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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915.
Many Sporting Events Consigned to Watery Graves Hagen and McDonald Tied in Metropolitan Open 8 FLYING FAIRY FAILS IN IDEAL CONDITIONS Light Weight nm. Muddy Go ing Knvor Mnre, Yd Slio Loses to Hnybcrry Cnndlc. SAX FOR I) BREAKS THE ICE Flying Fairy, the pride of the. Cnsiatt Stable lust year, qualifl'd for a place) with Strlngbo.ird nt thn Chesterbrook Farm when she was beaten yesterday by Hayberry Candl" In tho Wllteti Handicap, which was the feature, of a rather poor ilay'a sport nt Aqueduct. Under the light lmpot of 100 poumU It looked a though Hnndircipper Vosburgh had done his level best to glvo the. Fairy chance. The daughter of Aeronaut wan In receipt of ten pounds from Hay berry Candle and fourteen from Sam Jackson, and as sho had raced well In the mud In her jnlmy days sho was plnyed down from tho opening quotation o that at post tlino Hayberry Candle waa only a alight favorite. Klylng Fairy Meped out In front Under the guidance of Johnny McT.-ig-tart and threw mud In the face of Hay berry Candle all the way down the hack stretch. She waa going eaully anil on turning into the stretch with a lead of a length and n half It looked as though she would atone, for many dis appointment this season. It was only for a few moments that she flattered her admirers, for ns soon as Butwll c.illel on Ha berry Cnndl she e-llppo.1 by l'ly Injr Fairy and galloped to tho flnlflh an easy winner by three, length'. Sam Jack on waa having his first outing In thn East and was In no condition to run. He waa fifteen length, behind Flying Fairy. John Sanford scored his first victory on the American turf this season when Islrose cantered home eight lengths In front of a field of me-1 loom xprlnlers In the first race. The heavy going nnd tho light weight which Islrose carried caused wholesale scratching, which reduced the original entry of twenty-one to nine tarters. The Sanfoid caudlJatn was backed down from k to R to 6 to S, and never gave, her supporters nu uneasy feeling, !li breezed to the front In the first furlong and Ixmder had her well In hand ns she passed the Judges, with R. T. Wilson's Plantagenct so far be hind that he looked to be the leader in another race. Turner landed James Hutler's Miss Tuizle a winner In tho second rare "by so small a margin that many of the pectatora near tho Judges' stand were of the opinion that Success was entitled to first money. McCihey kept Success in front until the very last stride, when Turner" hustling ride resulted In Miss Puzzle getting her nose in front Considering the changed conditions due to the rain and heavy tr.x:k. the talent was fairly successful. Threo favorites won and all the other winners were played heavily. The summaries: FIItST HACK. For Ihreeyear-olds and upward: selllns: hy subsrrvMloii ot IS. with V added- six furlongs: Horse and M. l Jockey. IViit. Kin ii-1 l-J l v-t 5-2 i'.-l 1 i, l-l 7-5 I Islrose. 8 S.i,.l.01KKr. . Plintacenet. 3 n.v.in. Kong of Valley, 4..WJ. Matthens. sn vein. 4, . . Mr Spec?, ajed Brian Horn. 3. Chtsterton, ;,, Slnal. 3 IH.. Turner 107 .Xli-klau. l'i-t (-1 3 a;...t.M'Tiisart -l :u 10.. ututnn .. r..?fven7 ... JV Mmk U I CI 110 TM'T;irt l:. 1 S-l 3 Northllzht. i. rime i-u j 1 flood lan, oon ra?il.T liro-e. h m , hv Indor Ito-k Ito.e; owned by John i-anlnrd; traiiinl by H Iliurhes. SKCOSH HACK. For two-year-old. wluh hare not won ll.eoo or Ihtee ran. of anr value; br ub rrlptlon of wlih tioo sddr-1; live furlnnzj. Horteandase VVi Jim key Prices. Fin. Mm Purile. .,. 111. Turner .. (.-: 7 lo 1" -Buec-se. : 11: .Mitaiiey , . 7 .. :v:" Pidiiy's Choicj. lc.'... llvrne . M 3-1 3 Coftumtr. 7 , 10... MrKeevrr . 7-: t-s I Murphy. : 11: T.M'Tajr'rt y: lii Coupled a. Qmncy Siiible enlry Time.-l ;fl 3 ". (end start : .on iirivinr Mi. Purrle. h. f., by Illeule Ituhv Neherole. nwned by James Ilullrr: lr.uid by It. C Ilrnnn THHIU HACK. For lour-jrsr-olda and upward: llirii: by subscription .nf tin, ith l',M ad led; one mile and a lurlnn;: Horse and ate. "I .lm key Pru-rii Fin . Pr.. Minimi . 13..-, ).,-, i 111. Falrbrnihrr -i 3.:.:", ..lei MiCahey . 1J.;even3' ( .Mink .... 7-1 M 4 .I0J.. Turner. ... 10.1 1.1 5 Msrelinn. I,, ,, I-azull. r. Amalfi. a:el remllr. I urn nn. 4 1 imp 1 1 .. l?ood start : won eally Mnrshon, b 5 . br Marathon Edna Shannon, owned hy Emll Hen; trained by J. Mct'nrmack. FOL'ItTH ItACF. The Willetl; fnr thrre-.irar.olil. and up. ard: handii-ap: bv snlnr-ninlnii nf f0, with tni added: on. mile anil a sixtrenih Horse and sue, Vft, Jo'-kej- Pricri. Fin Rayberrr Camllcl lin..lliiiwei .r, nut i' riylnr Fairy, t n. ,.1 Mi-T.ic t' 11-10 nut .' Sam Jackson, ascdllt .McDermolt 31-1 3-1 3 Time 1 so Oond start : won easily. IHyberry Candle, eh, f by Ctiuard Tnwrr of Onilles: owned y J. O. (ireen.r: IralnM by C Ilouer. FIFTH HACK For three-yrar-oliL; ellini; by siibsn-ip. tlon of $5, wilh I'i added; nne mile- Horae and :e. Wt Joi-krv. I'rli-es Fin All smiles. 3,, .. iio,,iiuieii riaraloz'i. 3 HI. .Turner 10 li I 5 7v I.ady Teresa. 3... inf.. . Mi Krew-r 1 Orumpy, 3 !r',,miktiti Doublet, 3 1l3...cCahey K-l 31 I i i ;-i t rime-1 -l.i. finml tart; won handily All Smiles, br 4". by Fair Play -Simper; owned bir Hobert Kelly; trained liy A .1 linM.nnrourh. SIXTH HACK Foe tun year-olds; eellln.-. bv snbsmpllnn of lo. with ll"i added; six furlnnz: Hor and ase VVI .Im-key I'rlres Fin. Pun fjn.1. 7 II.'. levies 31 even IS Bdilh tlaumann. io; ,1'airhinther S-l 3-1 Tnboln, : . llu. Ilimim. .- 7 10 -' 1aleswinthe, J s;.,txiuler .. I- 7-."i I Lynn, ' . 107..IUuover ifi-r, fi..'. r, Puny Willow, : 10- Mi-Keeier . . 1 7-1 6 Time-1 l'i ; .-, Good Hail; won ilnvins Mm Hod, by Aeronaut Sunrii-ej owned by Capt K. 11 Cataatt; trained by J s llealy AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES. John K. Madden sold the 1w n-year-nld print to the Mlzp.ili Hlable yesterday and he will run In the new- rnlnra tn-iluv. Hprlnt Is by Hoik Sand Sprite and iu evearvl victories r lmr credit For the set nnd lime within h week llmll Hera waa forced to protect .Marshon after be won the third rn.e He wa. bid up UOO over the entered price by I'. I,. Moore. That Hoainer'a recent races have not dulled hi. speed wa. shown when the sou nf Knight llrrant worked yesterday innrn Ing. He stepped s mile In 13 .13 nnd then unladed nut a mile and an ilghtli easily In 1:::. .(Mm hiiifniil was wurrli-d ft- er Hie train w ret !r In Ohio In wiil.h several rare horses were reported hist, lie believed that one ef the horse, rm the train was the mare Wlnnlne Wllrh. for nbbli lie bud Just paid M.00O Hhe na being xhlpppd In the farm ut Anisterdiiui When the stnrm briike before the List rata there wa. a rush mi the pari of hunch plaiern to gel aboard nf lialcsw Injhe. The true punrli tame later when Die clnmli broke and Hie sun lame oul aci mnpunleil by a brllllanl rainbow. That nas a slt-ti pointing In ('apt Caaaatt'a Sun Hold, which won after a noi ride by Davles The IiIohIiik up of the I in linn cruiser Amain caused a lid nf dyed In ibe m,i supporters nf the Inns., nf Mint name in let lilin seveirly slniie I nder nuliiuri rlri'unistancra Amain wmild stot faviuite In stub a Held as ilia' fur ilie thin ril, e Aa It nas hi- was Uil -d iImiIo ainl tv b-.t he iniilil do was In fllii-h tlili-l In M.. and Ixi-ull llite pnk.il In nm nil e 1 ii-niri day lie wa In the . i , I . I r nm, mi e and breught hnlh ll.iv tin r Caudle and All bmllfs home In frmil. McGRA W NOT DISPLEASED AT UNEXPECTED LAYOFF Pitchers Will Be in Better Shape to Stave Off Attack of Reds To-day After Additional Day of Rest "Any One's'Race," Says Giant Leader. - On nccount of the heavy rain tf yes terday morning nnd early afternoon Greater New Vork had to do without baseball. The Polo (iiounds postpone ment will be plnyed off this afternoon as part of a double header between the Giants and Ited. C. II. I-Ihhcts had not decided last night Just when ho would double with Chicago. Ono g.-ime only will bo played nt Khbets Field this after noon, l'erhnps a bargain day may bo offered (lowanus random to-morrow. Mcllraw did not appear to bo dis pleased greatly with yesterday' layoff, a. It gave his somewhat wearied pitcher, ........... . ru uiiiii-K. V lllllllll.lll .Zentiv - ih',, KVl ""SV0"; I'eigue club; the Li wir m2 Cjrnw I, confident that his greatest wor- ries of tho long home stay are likely to come irom tno tnree other Western rep resentatives. Seldom do the Giants have great dllliculty In cleaning up on Herzog's outfit at the Polo Grounds. '.My pitchers are In better shape right yne,.er,.ay aVerroon'JIaUy. U" Marriuaul and IVrrltt hale coinn roun.I ",xI"'r""''1 M worth the expense. nicely nt last Wit Schmm n ! ' SchaUVor re'erve'dul'y 13 M ,.,. 77eterRn lloh.P of pretty fair condition to ivIthMand the ,,,;! tJr i tl that he win b- . . . Th:yra,!.ou,;l',rr, hni c"'rr nou zrM ?n ,r, TA. , i',?.l0 J'"' "W ,nat.a'week. Coombs consulted Sparrow Hob-l -spurt of n couple of wefks means the ... .Mlin.. ,., ,lL, i.alner of. difference between a n.l n h,.. division berth. "Dooln, I think, will help ut. He I. not through by n long way. Neither Is Chief Meyers. The Indian has conn , stnlo through overwork. A lefplte is , iikc.y 10 .10 wouiifi.. tor him. The enp- pies on my club kept the team down at , wis si.ui 01 ine season. These men have recovered only lately and the con , sequent Improtrment Is beginning to show. 1 nm not a bit worried over the outlook. I think that Hoston and Now York will glvo the laugh yet to some of theso clubs that have been setting the pace. "Hoton still carries my wholesome respect. That club should not bo down where It Is. The team has been In a general slump. The best hitters hnve ' not delivered, That Is h nn'wei. Hut' I sooner or Inter the Uravex will bit their ' proper stride nnd then they will climb. I Stalling., has n eood nlirhlnt? 'air. hm of late none of tho pitchers hae been favored with tlm ordinary amount of runs. Hvers bnrk In the. game will tnak a big difference. The outfield so ' f.ir llllu V.enn Utfillliina. . ... 1. 1. t nr nin?i lUlt 'Western cluba will eMierlenie tniirh I more spirited opposition 011 this visit ! to the Kat thnn they did on the first . vw-s ern trip, rhiladelphia has played .consistent ball nil tlm i.,,- tien,.Li.... Ib on tho crest of a spurt IJnMuii ninl the Giants are both overdue, for none I thing like a consistent winning streak. ! "It Is still nny onc'K race," Is tho ' way McGraw puts It, "The Giants lost seven of their first nine games, Since then they have won as consistently a. the Phillies. "That we have been unable to make up any ground the last six weeks." McGraw opines, "has been due more lo Injuries of players than to any ileterlnra- tlon of the club." Two former Giant idols are In town Ill comamnil nf hostile i-lubs I'hailln . llerzog at the head of the Iteds n nil , linger Hresiiahan In .barge of the Cubs. ' Itresiiahairs team lead, the field by j three full games. Herzog's fnlloneis are In sixth plate, seven and oue-hair game, behind the leaders and only iiiic full game ahead of the Giant-. Yet Hresna I ban's pennant opltmlsm has nothing on that of llerzog. "I shall be greatly disappointed," said POSSIBLE WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY I'lrsl Rare Mslnrhlle, Sprint, Ldnn Krnnn. brronil Itiirr Minstrel, Walrr Mly. Prairie. Ihlrd Hare star tilft. Harry Shaw, lllne Thistle. Inn rlh Itarr Pebbles, Addle ."I.. Iliirkliorn. Ilfth Itnce Ktrlyn ('., Coin, tiainninn. Mvth nnre I'olarliM, Quiirtr. A'ailnpffp. - ' J TO-DAY'S CARD FOR AQUEDUCT. rirst Hare- For two year old filllra and cldnu; live furlnnas Sprint Hi Matai Idle Ill Edna Henna Ill Kxirl-mr 101 Second Ita-e- For lhree-far-n!d. and up- 1.-iru; eeiiiu. j me iiinonzs; Water l.llv 11., Ani oil 101 1110 10-1 101 j Toil , Piesiimpllon Prairie Iloflmau Iienato Nnrlherner . Maik II Eubank Cn.ln JimniU- 113 1'oy HHIIallf ry ... Ill Patrick S ... HOIIVaeellll .... lloMinsirel .... l.iOLN'our.ilihii .. I'M Hiker Thlid lla.e For tbne jc.ir-old. and warn; sening-; one mile: Harry Shaw .. . m star (lilt Hlue Thistle H3l.Mi.le. Fourth It ace For three.y cat -olds and ward: handicap; nn mile; Hui-kliorn i:;,Aildl(i M Pebble. llV'Mollll.siir liainer .... . ill Trial by Jury Filth I'.ace Fnr 1hrre-y earmolds and 3rd; maidens; sellim.-; one mile; Va.l no Evely u (; Sam Slick 107 Haherdash iT-imary io; l.adv lluiierllv .... Coin 107 Mis. .McfilKBle Ilammon 107, Venture up- 0V - lor. io. ion loii , up. - 1 It'll Suth Race For Ihreeyearolda nnd warn; loninuons; live lurimus. True as Steel 117 guar!. . .. ll.M'lianin llJIFrnsiy Faio. 1 . nt l l in 110 Two lloyals Uo.P.roslan . . Yadoia-ep C.v Merrick Poland. Siipremarr Devil Full HO io . to-, . 1H3 FOUR CYCLING CLUBS CLASH. Novel Pursuit Contest ArrilliKi'd for Velodrome Tii-iniirriMV, All lliterclub pursuit nice, In which four of the Kast's leading cycling oigun Izatlons will ineel. has becu ,,,1,1,-1 lo the tirfiL-raniimi fnr Ibi, situ., .nub,.. i.l II. n. ,, , odromo to-monow night. There will hi two Ift-ats, tlm winning team, lo race off for llisl prize. In the llrst trial the Sliiliv. Wheelmen will meet the team of j the Ceiitmy It. C of Amcilca. The see , nnd trial bilngs togrther Hie C.-nturv It. '., e ,.. .. ... , . . .. . i . iii .-vi-w .leiee.v anil ine i inline rlpott lllg ItHlianii A. C. A rnce (hat will attract much Inleiest Is the three conieied paced inalch at thirty mllea amnng Carman, Dlilbr and Wiley. Western l.eimue. Wlt-hlta, i SI. Jnsepb, 4. I.lnrnln, v. Slum- rity, ,t inrst aamel I libicnln, 3 slinix 1'1'y, 3 ise, nml cam,.), Omaha, t Denver, 0 oils! camel. I Denier, .'i . omiib'l I laeinnd mm.). I De. Mnlne.. -(ipe,n 3. New Finland la-ngiir. All names pn.tpnui-d, rain llaseball, Polo dr'.ls, Iii-iIh) 3 gins tt cm, 1,15 I", M, UUnu va, Cliiclnnall, Adt, McGraW I.. Of tllO .mlnlr.,, flii.t tl.ifl... tli,. fnei- i.i-..iimll.M .-nill.l llerzog, "If I do not go home In the llrsl division. The boys are hushing and full of confidence. Kver since they stopped the Cubs twice In one day they have realized the possibilities of hustling in a rare so close as that In thn Na tional League, The team has been able to keep within striking distance of the lenders so fnr. The club Is young and speedy. It Is reasonable to expec that it will Imprint- with the season. "The men are Just getting accustomed to one another In team play. They wero held back by the many Interruptions early In the campaign. Cincinnati Is an well provided In battery talent as any of tho other clubs. There Is no reason Z SSSX I I. ,..,. .!,, I. f ,, . Jail; Murray will fortify the Cub outfield ,,K,,ln!,t "''l lnJ"r'- ""lee,, "", MrTrJ M')J'U! rJ-v w-nSri?,1 1 dissatisfied In New York." said linger. "Ho lost heart when the fans began to rldo him. He Is in much the same post- Hon as was D ck Hoblltzell In Clncln- . , .,. . .. .. , ....... iiiiii. itiiii. Mir i-uiiiiKti in n i,i h niu-ii --- - 1 ' 1 "' ". """,cr . i .1.1- ....i-.- e ainieu. equipped nun wnn a spec.ai uium.iK ...utii i-iiiiiiii ports the strained W muscle. Hobert- kii declares Ihnt this bandage will ' . recurrence oi ine sir.un nisi 1 , , "' " . 7. imTi.. . i-i. .1 7- ... .,, ....... u.p. h.ii. ...... 1 , n ilnja ncn. "I feel so well now," said Coombs last nlglil. "lint I believe I could pitch Sat - unlay If It should be necessary." Uilbert Itolilnson said he would not take nnv unnecessary risks with Iron man .lack. "Pitching Is one of the least of my worries Just now-," declared Hobble. "I have so many cood ones running true l foim that Coomb will not be asked lo take any unnecessary risk.. A week's M-si will d. him no harm. He surely Is entitled to the vacation." l'dleral League officials of the New ark club declared j e.terday that theia was no truth In the report tha Harry Sinclair was ready lo thiow up the spongo In regard to his venture at liar lisor. oval. It was asserted nosltUelv lluie to Hie end t f the season Irresrjec tive of tho disappointing patronage, It was rumored yesteiday that a Fed- eral meeting was held in Newark, but this could not In. verified. CerMlnly itid.er. it Wi.r.i .na n. .i ve did James A. Gllmore, who went toi . . ( hicago last Monday, If there was a meeting It was simply a conference of the stockholders of the club. Manager JoNi .1. McGraw of the Giants di.osed of Curlier Smith to the! liochester club of the International league yesterday. SmUf-i wa. obtained from Savannah last fall. He made a very favorable showing In Marlin, but early in the championship season be came III. He recovered hi. good health. but the setback proved dlsastious to his chain e.. of earning a regular osltlon with the Giants. New York, it I. understood, will re. eorvc the right to recall on thl. sterling youngster McGraw believes regular work should nruve beneficial to Smith. Smith was the victim of the roster limit. When McGraw signed Charlie Dooln he found lie was one man over the stipu lated twenty-one. niilli Atlantic iMMtue. Auciism, 7; .ivann4h, ft. i'iiIiiiiiIiI.i, j. Charleston, 1. Mm-iiii, :. Albany, 3. Jacksonville, 3; Columbus, J KHtnel (first Jsi-ksnnvllle. 1; Cnlumbua 1 (It Innings, ll.irkliiss, seinnd camel, V Irglnla la-ague. No games siheduleit raritla- t'oa.l league. Venlie. I. Salt Lake. I. S.-ili Fran. Ism, i,. Oakland. 3. Io .ViiKeles.l'nrllainl. rain. ( oliinlnl Lrarue. All games postponed, rain. TeH. League. Slirev eirt, 3, Dallas, 3. Fnrt Worth. 4; Waco. 1. Sin Alltonln, .. , linn. inn. 3. lialvesinn, ; lleaumnnt, 1, Niirlh Carolina la-ague, (Ireeiislinrii. I. I! ilelxh, 3. A.I uiher games postponed, rain. NOTES OF THE DIAMOND. Tin- (Hani. ha"e made a wonderful rec ord nf elilltmlls tbelr la. I elalil mne. !; I wonderful In Mie number nf times the on. pining teams did the shutoutlng, Tbe Giants went scoreless In tive of the eKht up- once against the Hraves, twice against I Hie Dddai-re, twice ngalnst the Phillies. Whillier or nut 13 is bad luck, the "M Hraves hive been anything hut vastly-lip- , liu-kv In bising thirteen games by a mar- I Kin nf nno run. In- I, For nv team lo make more than two j tilts, nff Ali vander Is it moral victory. i rne item Mini the lied Sox have re. I leased Pitcher Mcfabe and Catrher Hits. ecu in me i.iiin dull no mnre news than that the lied Snv bad those men. According to a Cincinnati report, the ll.ui t have asked waivers on Catcher .Smith, which means that Dooln likely will have a good deal to do. Fielder .lone, nnd Heinle Zimmerman nrc tun I e in tie r ii in e.t I n I h.i.u.. ... i. believe, h.lV.i lllt baseball fnr good' for a rew day. .lust ii Utile bit inure nf something by Hiy Caldwell, application, concentration or physical slrriigtli he bus all tha inrve reipilred and tliireM be another Alei nnder In the Held He mlicht net there aouie day, at that. odd reionl, Al Heiiiaree's. lie shut out Hm Ulania on April Hi uud kkuIii on July 7 lletwcin tlnse victories he waa uulla eui ii-n.fiil draw Int- .urinous. Ilddle Foster was a shortstop when ha started mil. und ilrllf made a iliie third .Znt": oeSl. andVhe nu i... .n., .. i... .. ""1" '. rs - in., ii,,,, in ninei Sllirt Iiii'II ll.ne Cnlllna limklng like a IlltcllllIC pint. Jen Overall, the former 'u,, put en a iiulfiiiui i be iitlmr day In Halt l.aka and Pitched in hatting practice, Overall, a despatch says, bus been working a a a btevvery ilesinan." .Selling brewerlea may re,iilre v.,,rl bui If It I. what they tn.k. that .left s si-iiluK we never knew a sales man was neeiled The si heme In the American League nf having tlm umpire toss another ball Into I la) when one Is hit foul la of no nta- iciiai nenetii it doesn't save any time because the llrsl ball la thrown buck and all hands wall for the umpire lo pick It up und poi lift It before going on with the gnnie Vlnron s Quaker mob doesn't do wall In Philadelphia against the Olanla, fnr In four clashes nut ,,r oer-ii In that suburb ihc (Hants have unn and aent the parti- sans Ininic tearing hair nnd gna.hlng trelh, . 'Ibrie are many unite irllli. nf Connie 1 Mark and John VMlraw than thars ara ,1'onnle Maiks and John Slcrsrawa, ll.NKII.tl.l. ' TII.IIAV, KlinKTH FIELD. Urooklyu v, Chicago, 3;30 P. U.AiV, HAGEN TIES AT 145 WITH R. G. M'DOMLD Scoring Better Thnn Weather In First Day's Open Golf on Fox Hills Links. MeDERMOTT STROKE OFFl All kinds of weather and all kinds of scores marked the first two rounds of the Metropolitan open chnmplnnshlp, played I yesterday over the course of tho Fojc Hills Golf Club. The weather was bad . most of the time, with occaslonnl streaks of goodness, and strangely enough It was Just the other way with the wore. The general average of scoring was ex cellent, and the two golfers who led thn field at the end of the day, Walter Hagen nnd Hubert G. McDonald, were tied at 145 strokes for the thirty-six holes of play, a total that would have' been considered good on a fair day. but, Wa" v'n ,"," n "uc" ft I ""day proved to be. I I And Hagen nnd McDonald wero not 'the only ones to do well. Itlght on their j hteU t 146 another pair of . , , ..... . 1 nrofess onals. .ImpIc Mrnerninll. nhii fT '" T IT'T '"T" .he hns regnlned his former gulling skill. wl111 Maefarlane. a young Scotch Wr lonl nt Hnltlmore. who tin - ".h"1 '? h. monfy '." .he - ropolltan . - - viifT-ii iii insi r.i r mi nrnrxiiaip. i nrii "l"lr ot . were two more at M7, Gil Mcliolls, - nf ih. M.ironii.n.. il.l. i nut . " - --.-...-r - i and Tom Hoyd. the young Ilritlsh golfer w, catI)e ov,r )(Ht w,rr ,i rlmv employed hi kox mils. All told there were an even dozen with scores lower than Un. and among them were Jim Harnes, Tom McNamara tiiti. uru Kn fiHiKr i. e,i iiuini- iiirt- rru- ' r. ' 7 "" . . T 1 ' ",r which they play are not far from the top. , Alex Smllh. with a 75 for each round, Is among tho three golfers tied at l.Vi. so he too is still In a position to regain ine title wnicn he ha.l held so many- times In the past. His brother, Mncdon- aid Smith, the present tltlehol.ler, practi cally put himself out of tho running by- taking an SO In the morning, but In the ' afternoon he showed some of his old time form ami made a Though some of the golfers who fin- shed well up , dodged the rain for at least 1 .1, . . . , . , , , ,, half of the day, the two leadeis, Hagen nnu .MCDonuld, Played through every storm that visited Fox Hills yesterday. ' Th"' wre among tho lute starters, and I before they were half way around In th morning tlie rali Pecan to descend In tor rents. At that time many of the others nn!p!y . , had finished and were beneath sheller in .'"aHm. P' nMi'.1.1' PMer r.-an the clubhouse, so Hagen nnd McDon- aid cannot be said to have been blessed with good luck. In the afternoon they wero nut again when It was raining ' """lest, so every bit of their leadership earncu 111 uio luuesi sense in tn - v. 1J ii. The morning round brought glory lo McDermotl and NIcholK each of vvsioui made a Tl and led the field at that point. Iloth wero lucky m (In. slung before the rain began, and they split tho 110 prize for the lnwev score made for the fired round. McDonald was ,n third place with a 72. and Hagen w :h ' a 'o was not far away, although there were several who were better. The prize money for the lowest nfler- I noon round went to Hagen. who made ' a tine 70. and with McDonald the for- mer national open champion shared the , financial reward that went with tho lowest score fnr the first half of the , championship test. As Hagen's two' eighteen hole totals nttest, lie wa. not especially steady, but vaa able In play brilliant golf when brilliant golf wa. Tieeded. On both round, he wi-nt out In rather Indifferent fashion, and playi-d his real golf coming In. His ?. In Hi" morning consisted of a 3!) and a apd In the nfternoon he did not appear , especially dangerous nt the turn as It , took him 3" to reach that point. A dazzling succession of 3. on the way In brought him home In ."13, however, and put to hla credit the beat round of thn tourney. Missing pults on three nf the first four holes wns what spoiled his i morning score, hut for the rest of the way he played well and his 7.1 w-i. I fully deserved. Ho finished 3, 3, 4 In , the midst of the downpour. In thn afternoon hi. only bad hole vna tho fourth, where he sliced hi. second shot Into trouble nnd look n !. Jle also dropped n stroke by taking three putts on the tenth green, but he mado up for the error before the round was over by holing long putts on the fourteenth, sixteenth nnd eighteenth greens. He finished the round thus, 3. .1, I, 4. 3 which was Just about a eood as It could be. Hagen's card: MOUSING HOCND. Out. In... . 5 4 4 5 3 5 4 4 S 3 . 4 e 3 I r, 4 3 3 4- 3i 7S AFTHItNOOX HOCSH. . 4 4 3 C 3 . 4 .', .1- 37 ,.(3313334 333 70 14S Out In. McDonald played pretty steadily all day, was seldom In trouble nnd had nothing especially brilliant to report. He made a & on each of tho llrst two hobs when he started on each round, but fnr the remainder of tho day kept close to par He made one 2, getting down a putt afler a good tie shot on thn fifth In Ms second round, but immediately relapsed Into his most efficient scheme of playing each hole in par. McDon ald's card : MOHNINIi HOUND. Oul. . In.,. . .I S 3 4 .1 4 4 4 3- -3s ,. i i 3 & 4 4 3 4 4 -37 7J AFTHItNOOX HOUND . I u : S I I 437 .. 4 i 3 4 I 4 3 4 43673145 Out.. In... Kvery one was pleased to sen Mc Play such good golf, and ho Dermott might have done better but for the rain In tho afternoon, which seemed to bother him, as he missed several putt on tho wet greens which he should have made. At the fifth he lost his ball Hi ' per for tho t-mmil. P. 'lower, an a ninrshy spot and had to play nnolhcr, J pounces Hi" following allowances ; losing a stroke In that way. Macfai-- First dlvlslnu Anita and Amoret. lane, who tied with McDermotl, played I ''laii h; Punilac, 2 per cent.; okec. 3 per steadily und ronslateutly, getting a 73 for each lounil, lie was Hi only one bunker all day, but llko McDcnnotit lie missed several easy putts on tho rain Hoaked greeim In the nflcnuxui, The Mctropulilau Coif Association tournament comiulttre mado a special ruling permitting all compxtltors lo continue play to-day icgardlesa of their scores, so that all of tho seventy. ilvn golfers who iviiupleted the two lounds yeslerdrty will play again loilay. Tlm scores ! Walter C. Hatch, Koclieater ItotH-rt i McDonald, liulialo ,, .1. J. McDermull. Atlantic City.. Wllllum Mnefarlaiie, Halt l more.. Tom Uoyd. Fox Hills till Nlcholla, Wilmington George Sargrnl, Chevy Chase.... laaao Mackle, Oakridge Tom McNamara, lloaion C, li. Molhrraele. Malba 75 7n 145 73 ;.l li;, 71 7fc llli 7.1 73 H: 73 71 147 H 711 147 75 73 111 74 74 141 7n 7: Ms 7fi 74 141 75 74 III 73 76 14'J 77 73 ISlf 75 7.1 CO 73 77 l!.n 7'i 7 l.d 7'. 73 l.',3 7 ?r i.vi 7S 77 IM 71 7. I SI 0 75 IK 70 7 IM 7 77 IM 7S 7. I.VI 74 ; l.'.r, 71 77 IM il It lit Joe .Mllehell, Hidgrwoml Aim Smith. Wykagyl Wilfrid Held. Searicw Fred Mcla-o.1, Columhia C, H Hoffner, Woodbury Loula Tellier. Canoe Ilrook Tom Anderann, Mnntdair H Hatlell, Fluehlns- Maeilnnald f4milh, Wykacyl , rjenrge Maclean, Huuwoiidie Heorge Dernbaeh. Sharon M .1 Mrady, Wollaaion F. iM, Barnea. Kntlewnnd M. R. Maiton. Maltuirni Qcort Low, Dgltuarol PAIRINGS AND STARTING TIMES FOR THIRD ROUND OF METROPOLITAN OPEN :30 Harry Overy nnd -lack .Icrtrer. Xt Tom Patrranu and Herbert Martin. . Uavld Hunter anil Alex I'lrte lltj J. M. Hot-he ami "11. Copland-Kobln-mi. a-.VV-C. W. Singleton and Channlng Floyd. a Mt I,. C. Scliwelircr and K. It. Stella. 9:on-j. U. I-aiizl.imU and W. K. Stoddard. s.OiV-Wiliiam .Meer nnd J. It. Injlin. 9;Io-Williom MlKhell and 'U. E. Van Vleck. Jr. !:IV K WriMcr and II. A. Conror. M. Ciimls nml William llrald. Iian Cooper and H. Amhterlonle. :30Tom .McNamara and Willis Mai (ar ia ne. :.Vi C. It Hnrinrr and Tom Anderon. : 10 K. M. ll.irm-4 and C I.. Mnthrrvle. l.-Wfrpl Hi l.l and (!enre Mi Ix-an. ;Ji Waller Hasen and Marty Chough llu. D..VV A ,1, fi.inderson nnd Jn Milrhrll, 10:'. (ieorce liw and Iiae MacKle. i:."r--Jie Svleter and M. .I. I Irmly. 10 I"-(ill M.hnll. ami llcrt llaMell, 10:11- Henry Miller and .lack HotieiK. I0:.i. lieorce !ar:rnl anil '.Mx Marslon. 10 :V-Klmrr l.ohur and Tom lloyd. t'l-v .1 j Melirrninlt anil Alex tinillh 10 t". -,l.inif ll-iidry and Nick Demane. 10.1 -Jimmy TIioskijii and A. Ham mer. lOMVII'ih Mi-Donald and Manlonald Smllh, 10. W It. M. Ttiom-on nnd-H. K. Mc- Cnrlhy Jek Jollr nnd Dire Oillvle 11. m Willie Collln anil 'Thnm-K Harmon. H:ft5- laiuu Tellirr anil Fred Mi I-ihI. tl lo Kililie How and Frank McNamara. 11-I.Wark l"ine and Arlhur Held. ll:3Wm Ilirnr and (leorne liernhach. 11 :.'.-ifortr ".iipn anil J,-n k l)nmi 11 301.. W. MnrtiiiTl and 'J. I). Ncoman. II -Hfrlx-rt strum Amaleur. v I Henry .Miller. Hnuv.nkopf 'Joe Sjlventer, Wet 'End ' iil.i.r:. c..V.'. t.... 1V rXS -.' , Klmrr W lamnir. ouakpr ItuUe J'rCarihr. 3a.i-.onj Hie ! ; J 5 ,' ', Zj'' " ; u m Thoni.on r.len Ul,l,e .... .uriiivti iiiin.. inn nji . Tt '!' , 77 w A M ;s O M 71 ir-iviii 1111 ir. .inrri iniiniv : n isi m xv o to irn 77 tm '0 m ll M m w 7 : 1SI 1 7 ISI , I'l t i i: 71 is? w t: u; m ic: VI 7' t : m nu t IM 1 M ll 77 7 Kt 1 H 1 l l l 0 V. If. ? t7 l V, 1CT 7 '3 170 ; ko : 170 '1 7 170 1; s t;o i 171 '1 : 17: . ITS l 51 17". v? n IT". tt t) w 170 II "M 11 1A! HI w 101 70 1 uoene. i.iKnrisp .... 9".r".. Savers. Mrrlnn. ,,,lrn iinwnr .-.c.irwMie .l ,mr. Ilrn-lrv Itat rook . .. rrnnk M.rNaniara oimd Hrnrh. ,;. , . JV" ?msim rn'r thi . "" ' ' J.ek j'nllr. Nenirk .i!.:.' .Ttioms- IHrmoo Saeuiii Jsek Hol.en.. Knzleon,l . . ... - - . - . 1 Mrk Urninne unaiiactiri I Edward II io Sleenr Hollow. Hand Huntir Eex County U- '.'vIlo,,i!'.i l.n M r.mil.. land " "I". I Herbert Martin. Uiinsue.. , W Mllehell. Ilnleich l.ouL Pchuclffer. uitalin.-hfd Din Con-ier tinnttarhrd . . William Tlraid lloekaway.. Hirry Overv. (Venn 'ii a. i.onroy. riorin jervr..., Kreit ."tell-i. IMIrwirt -I It Inili. Kalrview Tnm I'.iler.nn. Knollwoibl . . 1 t'hinninr Fiord Yountakah. j ;,"" i.la.irkon,ervie...; .1 ,1 i,;i'isiiiiii-. r-iiineri i , Walter MivMi-rf tteilfonl ic w .nieion Si.inor . .. . 1 .in k -'eiiry niner.et 11m. I nPnr., w" I Ml CnnM c K nn Wtt'A Jr. ltnPurol e er nmtl n.-pe-l Coiiland Itnliintitn. ltnlehk... Prininon- .lim' Fi"-r Oreat Neek: "eheri ndre Sew Haven: Joe Hnelvrl. firrenwi' h M'ADOO'S ASSISTANT FAILS TO MAKE GOOD Sccrclni'v of Tii'iMii'y Simw IVhT; Stui't Little Hope Two Yiielils I'.e.Mt Jler. Swash Imi.vs-h. .Me., July s -Stormy weather was en -nunleteil ngain to-day by the member of the eastern Yacht Club on their annual cruise, but unfavor able condition did not prevent n rate from North Haven to Ituint foat Har bor, here, where a licet of twenty craft is lying fMish at anchor t icli' Thole was fog and a heavy lain last night and when the v.u-hts boat their way nut nf llasteni P.-nnbsi nt II ly dur ing the fiireiionii they cm nunlcri'd iiiltr a pub- of wind. The racing craft dad h i ou rue f out It.ibldce Island to .Saddle back Light, around Isln Ail Haul, to this liaibor. while the cruisers went through Drcr Island thoroilghfatc. C.itiilllliniH were unfavorable m the start, vv hli-h was wilichsod 1 Scirit.iry of the Treasury .Mi-Ailno from the plazr.it of his suiiimer home Assihtatit Sceie tary Audiew J. Peters aildeil hi. sloop Little Hope In the r.irels III that elasx. i but sho was defeated by Vega and Nar- i rlsstis, Tin- winners in the schooner clayo. wee Irnht.t and Sh.vc-s.a and the j Vega and Avenger In tin- t-lnnp division, . Weather pel inlltliig, the siii.nlinii will urme. , to liar lliubnr In-nioriovv fnr the closing dinner nt tlm cruise. The nummary : FIItST DIVISION SCIIOONI-ir.S illapscd Correi 1,-d time linn- Yaiht nnd owner II M - MM IrnliM. K W Clnrk .. t n ,i: vi ,-. Va.-ranl. II S Vamlerhilt la. K 3 II 71 S-B.'ONH DIVISION tsCHOONKlis Shycs.i IV. A Dii'if'as .. I Timnilra J II Fallon. . . -4 a.t Virginia, I. F Croloot. . 4 .'I I" FlltsT DIVISION M.O01N A veneer. C K Ciininiuur. "3 Dorrrllo II . i I. Il.n. hrider:. in ."l sliimni, K T I'aine .d ., ill 3., SKCOND DIVISION si.ooih Vrca, W K C Klislls. . I l l Nnreissiis. Arlhur Win. low .', o l 4 01 4 Ot itti 3 03 II 4 o j; i-1", l ; 14 i oi t.t I .vi n l.lllle Holm. A J Petes 17 19 Not lllcas SI'KCIAI. DIVISION hCIIOONHHS Vaaranl. II S anderbill I o-i l 3 54 ".I EucliJiitlf", W F. Iseltii I l.i 10 l. 10 HANDICAP YACHTS ACTIVE. Hlverslile Mini llriml.l n Clulia tllTi-r lliices To-morrow, Handicap yachts will sail to-morrow with the ItiviTside Yaclil Club on Un sound and with the HiookDu Vaelit j Club on thn bnv.r bay. The handicap- t ellt . Dorlnil.l. -I : per cent , Am Ida. 4 i per tent., Seiiura, per cent . rarullua, e:7 pvi icn-.. He. mid dlvlslnu -Sally- l, scratch; Ariel and Veda, l? per .-out each, lied Wllllt, pel' ci'lll . 1. 1111. Ill Mil l MlKliiill, 3 per iciii. each, I'larc 3 per ii-nt.; Ali llntl uud N.ldla, 3l per ct-nt , ICclillllllr. 4 per lent.. .Mi-dlaiur, 5 per mil., Vlctury, &ia per lent ; Sent. in. i. , per cent. Tlilnl dlvlslnu- Niiinina, s.rulih. llnbtu Unci. I III . 1 per It-Ill . .lulls- linger. 3 i slit . 'Iwlnkle and I'cKi 4 per .ent. i.n-li, l-'lrefly, iv per i em. Fiiiirth illvlslou Snllta and ilrare 11, e i-1 l . li . Pampero, 3 per cent ; White Cap, 5 per tent. Tho iillowiinccs In the llrnoklyn Yacht Club regatta, llirured by John II. Hiophy, arc : Second division- Jn, s. rau h. M. and P, ; per cent , I, a Ciilnno. 7.fi per cent ; Careleas, ; s j,ec icnl : Mistral, per tent.; Oriole, li 4 per cent ; Loafer, '.i .', per lent.. May. I;'. 6 per cent j Sterling. IS 3 per cent Third division--Anna, acrnuh: Sunbeam, 3 per tent.; VVaiikaii. II and Heta. I.' per .em. each, Hug nml lllleen, 3 per cent, each, ,ala, 37 per cent. I'p-Slllte Tennis Po.l pnn.-il, I'TH'A, July . - A steady downpour lo. day prevented n cniitiniiiitioii of the New York Slute championship tennla tnunui menl, and o-il,iy's proginmm will be run to-inonnw. nasehall, Washington Talk. '! I. nines. I l.n 11 II I....!.. -l-l.. -a- a...v. . - MORANONETOEND Willie Lewis Relieves He ran Stop Such Annoyances as Befall Champions. JK ANNETTE GETS PLTM "There's one mnn In th world who can save .less Wlllnrd from being pestered by would-be titlehotdera." said Willie Lewis yesterday. "That man H Frank Moran. "I saw Helen nnd Savage fight and I'm so sure Mornn towers above the lot that 1 cabled him In Ixindnn to come over and clean up the greatest lot ot rumdums who ever called themselves heavyweights. I worked like a beaver with Ilelch. I had him In wondsrful shape for Coffey and he Just wilted. He won't do, "Think of letting Savage beat him when .Mm was fat and out of shape. As for Coffey, Moran would nail him so hard In the rib. with that beautiful right hand punch that he'd knock him from here clean Into Dublin Hay. Coffey Is one man made for Moran. Frank too good a boxer and hitter for this crowd, and believe me he', the gamest fellow who ever put up bl hands. He 1 proved that In his light with Johnson. I "The only thing that bothered Frank when the Johnson match was proposed ! was Jack's right hand uppercut. He didn't believe he could stop that and lis j told me so. I How can we block It. Willie?' he) nskeil me. "'Don't try to," I answered. 'If you j do he'll tear your head off. Above all 1 thing, don't try to catch It In your glove." I "We practiced a way to avoid It and agreed that In coming out of n iii(it. ,i Just where John.on employs the blow. It would be safer to turn sideways and try to knock down hi. nrm. In breaking. Frank got away with it fur many round". Hut Johnson finally nailed him over the eye. I never saw such n cut In my life. "Dan McKetrick tried to patch it up when he came iio the correr and I said: 'No use putting that Junk mi I;, Dan. You can get the pail In that cut ' "With It nil Mornn never peeped. II went at Johnson harder than ever after tlutf. Game? I should say so. Jack .nuinson l.n t Kidding when he says Hint Frank Moran will be the man lo whip Wlllard. He knoas what he Is talk ing about." Joe Jeannelte will leave in a day so inr i-ristnuii. 4 -an.it .on.-, I'aii.im.i. where he has been guarantee! Jl.ouo for each of three tights. D. A. Vason is the promo'.er who ha. jient f -r Joe i He piumlse. in hand Joe h.s monryl three hours before He enters the ring I Very clubby, D. A. I Sold. or Itartlielil gave Tommy Mad den such an aitl.tip scolding .1! Mon tie.il Wednesday i IkIu that the in lu ngers of tin- Cin.itllaii A. C have matched Ii 1 111 with Milliard Lang, the vveltrrw tight chimplon of C.itiad.i. liarlllcld gave away fifteen pound, tn Madden. He will make the weight for Lang. Freddie Welh California, whete left last night he go.j for a for two mniitlis rest. I "When 1 ve rounded to." said Welsh, ' "I'll be ready fnr the t. My pet , flglu will be for the worlds champion-1 ship at Denv-er. They must dve mo' Jl.Vinn for fellows l.ke Wh.lc, Cross or Ilritton and l;:,.niiii for PAlchle." HUNTINGDON VALLEY'S TITLE. II a- 4 1 I I'hltnil.-lpliln lin.-relul, Trophy. Ili-nllng the Country I lull, PlIli.vpKI.PIIi.v. July s Hy defeating the Philadelphia Country Club at Morion to-day by 21 'j inints to in'.. Hie Hunt liigdon Valley Country club team won Hie Inicrcliib team championship nf the ; ilfilf Association of Philadelphia fnr the second y.-ar m suci oMnn and fm- the twelfth time since the inception nf the event III l'.i7 The CntiMtry Club won Hie title live limes and Memm captured It the Mrs! year. HttntlliRiInn Valley piled up a Intal of Di points In 0ie morning by winning nil five four ball matches, of this total, two team-.. C. II. Hum. in and Dr. Simon Carr, and II. II. McKarlnnd' and W. i. Pfcll furnished over half the points. Huxtnn ii nil Dr. Carr ciino In ;t up on K. W. Clark 3d nnd liartleld Scott, and Mcl-'arlaiid nml I 'fell wen .' up on il, ,. Crump nnd II. A S-rvi.e lluvlon and Dr. Carr had a best ball card nf 76, a score which lliiMnu nlime equalled In the afieriionil. Iii tin- tun ball matches Huntingdon V.illi-y got but 5'n points to Iin.j fnr the Country Club. Two extra hole mutches were played and two thunder, storms snaked the players In the skin. In one of the eMr.i hole affaiis Service defeated Dr. M. I. Ilelffer nu the twen tieth, and in Hie other A. J. i'.-irty le featod M. C. Ilurtoii nn the nineteenth green. FORT ERIE RACING RESULTS. First Ha. e--Maiden two-year-olds foaled In rami'la. live furlong. Miss Pay. 107. u'nnperi j:i 50. f3in and lino won, I rnorin-iiir, iov iKeueri.i, n ci and t: no, second, ilnla Dav. 1)3 'Smylto, $4.70. Ihlrd Time, 1-11 Kathleen II. Water Down. V. ,v. Wright, Fovlet and Uallclan ntsn ran. Second Hace Four-v ear-olds and up ward, selling, steeplechase, two mile. ilirter, I'll lO'Cnnnorl, flSn, 3 'o -mil ; f.o. won, Dirnthv Webb, 111 iSmlthi. $4 70 nnd 13 30. second Hturrn, 111 (llroi.ksi, :.0. third. Time, i :o ;. .loe i;,.lc:v, V'e.sini and Orperth also ran Third Hart- Three v ear old. and up ward, eelllnar, el, furlone. - c.xth on lie. livery, 103 tilnrneri. f 'i 30. t: 30 and :,50, won; Kate K . 103 iContivri, 17 30 and $3 30. second. Lady London 110 illavnesi, II. third. Time, 1 31 Mamn .lolinsou, Cnlon .lack and Ford Mai also ran. Fourth llace xiugara Slakes, jsnu, two. vear-olds, live turUiugs I'eskv, 111 (tturnsl. 133 50. 17 30 und 14 3u won; Do.lge, ill iKeoRln. Ll.co and $3 '.'0, sec. ond. linl. t.-n l.lsi. III iTapllnl II 3u, third Time. 1:0 1-J, Milestone, T.lk-l, Inllte und I'hll Cngar Kirn l a ii. (Inldeii List on added starter. Fifth Hare Slv furlongs The llilsybodv . 104 lArlonl, 11.1 '.'(i, 1(130 mi. I i:to uou. Illcll a Pet. 110 l Villld i, sen l, IT, fnl nnd1 . . secouil, .MeeiicKil, y; I .VI c.v I l-el. 1? 30 third. Time, 1:33 3 3. The Splifi. Sun ijiicen. KliiKsHorth, Hublson ami sonny tlov also nm. Sixth Hace Three tear-old. and up ward, selling, one mile i tut thiee-slv-leenths. Italn Coal, (.Mc.vteei, n.jii, 13 and 13.60, won. Font. 103 (Kederla). 17 30 and 13.90, second. Milan, ion (Van duseni. $i;,5o, Ihlrd. Time, s It j.f,. Ken rock, lludu's Hrolher. I.nulse Trovers, Cut t y Ii u n l; und -nl llolloway nlso ran Seventh Hace Thiee.year-oldj and up. iv 1. 1 selling, purse f is 0 0 . mie mile nml aeveniv yards Supreme, 104 t.McV-eei straight 15 3d. place 13 30, show 13.70, won, I'rngresslt e. toil (tlarner), place 3 tn show 13 70, second, Rurwooil (,5 (Mi-i-r-in. il.l. show $3,711. Ihlrd Time, 1 57 J.J Ida Claim and Husky Head alsu ran New York Mod. League. All camea postponed, rain, southern league, Memphis, 5 Hlrmingham, I. N.shvllle, ;, .See. Orleans, 9, Mobil". 3. l.lllle llntli, 0. Atlanta. G; Chattanooga, 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE. The Ue.tern teams nere to hae opened thtlr second K.istern srles In the Natluial League yesterday, but six ' of them were Idle on account of rain. The onl game was In Philadelphia, j where tiu Pirates shut out the Phillies. The Ola,i's and Iteds will play a double header to-day, Yr.lerday's Results, Nw Vnrk.Clnrlnnstl rain. I'lttl;urit, 1. Philadelphia, 4. Hrnoklt n-ChlcsKoj rain. Itntton-Ht. Louis both game. rain. Detailed Standing of the Olnli.. I. I Club 413 0. e m -J jChlragn., 5" 1 3, ,M0 'Philadelphia. sr.ist .417 .at M7 JIM iSt. LouK. S 3; 1 M I'lttsburc.. 7! 3 7 "i ' i, s "if inrooklyn,, I), I 3 pi! Cincinnati., New York.. 3 I i s' Il5ton.. tlame. lo.t.. In .11 r.V.11 as'll M'M 1 To-day". Srlimlule. rinrlnnsll In New Vork. two gm'. fab agi In Hrooklvn. Hi l,oul. in Hotnn two games. Plltuburg In I'hl.adelphU. is'RIXEY'S SUPPORT IS RICKETY. Plrnl.-s Wind I'p Willi Two Tlmt Are .Vol llnriied. flan Pilli.Atir.t.rni.v, July 8. Tho Pittsburg Pi.atcs won the first game of the series from the Phillies to-day by the score of 2 to 0. Fielding error. In the second inning. In which the v.sitors scored, ac count for the only run. of tho game. Ma ma tlx w In danger In the eighth and ninth, but managed to null put of bolh holes. With betler upport Hlxey would alo have pitched fhutout ball The scoi e : ' I'lTTSIlL'Itll IN. !.. PIIII.A. IN. T..) ah M 11 n. e al. n a. n . linv-u .utMiA.f .4i,,i,,, Kill 1 .iiiin-,, . . 0 0 nirne.'.li. .. 1 n 1 II n 3 1 Cari-j-.ll 0 4 o n llanernti.... 3 1 t .lohnt'ti,ll 4 llalnl.:i.... .1 Him h n. rl. I Wairner... 3 Vmx.rb .... .1 Ilhin.e. . 3 Mamaux.p. 3 1 3 n 0 vviiitteil.cr . 1 1 n n 0 Cravath.rf . I 0 t 0 0 - Welser .. n lino Ileeker.H .. t 0 : : 1 Nieiinif.:ii . 4 1 M l.llileru'.lb, 4 t n 0 0 Kllllfer.c. . .1 n n 1 11 n n n 11 1 3 HUev.p. ... 3 3 Toial... 30 7 7, 3 1 M'a.kert .. 1 t n 0 itllusry 0 11 n 11 lUaunis't'r.p 0 0 0 0 0 777 Tola ".1 ; K t Kan for Traralh In the ninth inninr Hilled for tinev In Hie eishlh Inninr titan for I'a.kert in the eichlh innin? ) Philadelphia I I'nt.hurr oooooooo 01 0 0 0 0 0 o 1) v: Itiin-l,illbiir.--Hiird. Vacnr Hits Off Rl.es- ? II. e,;i,l Iniln..- An II. .. none in nn innlnt Two hi hita-Jnhn.- ton, LiKl-ru. Sairlfli-e hn-Carrv stolen ne Collins, Johnston. I-lt ,m ti.i.e.- .1 Phil lileltihlA. Plllshllrr. 4. Struck nul,. , . i. or hv nicy, 5: ru- .Mamaiu. 0 Double Play - . 1 1 rav ai ii aim nyrne: Mennrr liancrolt and ' l.iideru. Hi.e on bal.orf Klxev. I; off . liaiimzarlner. I off Mamatix. 1 Cninlre- uif s ..M..I.-., uui, w,.ii nine i iiuiir .inn .v linn AMERICAN LEAGUE. In th" Ametlcan I.eis-je yesterday there iia-i general Inaction. Rain up.et plan. f,,r -i double header In Cleveland, where the Dctiolt. were to have played, and no ether game, were scheduled, Ye.ler.lay'. Itesidt.. Cleveland Detroit, both canies wet ground Detailed -tniiillnc nf the Club., -II' Sri ei--. - - . Clofea z 2 "i Z " t s s. 7. Z us e. I hlcaco.. ..." S S S 3 f, II 47 3A.CI4 Hoston 4 l to : 4 i 43 3I .Drtrolt loi 3 5 ' S ii io 447a, ll I New YorlTTi 10 3 e P & S i 3e; 31! ii tVMrdnctori. "tr ,r 3 4 ' 33 30'. 471 jl'hllTiMpiilBil 1, 4 31 s 4 4 3 37 443-ao 1st. i.oui..... 1 1 r 3 !a iifrr. Cleveland... 1 4 3 7 "4 )f lis 433n7 IHvmrs lo't.T'?':'4 7 30 3 44'Ol43 l;an)l To-day 'a Srhedule. S'ew Vork In Cleveland. Hoston in Detroit Phi .iilrlphia In St. I.nuK dshingtnn In Chlcairo. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Yreterdny'. Re.ulta. It-e.nkn lliill-i'o iriln. Chlrago, 4, Kansas City 0 Newark, r,. Haltimnre .' IMttslnirg, 13. .L I.nul. .1. Mantling nf the (tubs. V L. PC St I.oiiis it ;-i ,im Newark .... Kansas City 4t -t ,JM llrnnUlvn.... Chti-ieo 4; 31 :.7."i lialnmore. I'ltlsburc... 3-1 ;U .v.: Ilulfalo .... Tii'ibiy'. -schedule. llurfaln In Itronklyn Si Linils In Pittsburg Kansas city in fhlraxn. .3m At filling... n ii n Kan citv i F L i 0 o o o o 0 o o 0 0 4 3 Chi, i.iuI'M . I : ii I 1 x 4 7 t liatterii-s- .lohnson, Hennlng and Kas :erly . Mci'onncll and Fisher. At Haltimnre. H H K Vewa-k 1 1 1.1 t : o n ; o n n o a i; j naiimre ,f.i. i a n 5 o o n 0: 4 : llnti-rles- lleullia-h nnd llarlden, Suggs, Conley- nnd Jacklloi h At I'lllsburg. ft. H K St Louis 1 F I . I 1 0 0 0 A t 0 1 : ;. s , P'tah'g iF 1. 1 0 - 0 5 0 r, 3 0 x 13 If, I II. merles Watson, Wlllelt And Hvrtley, Chapman, Knooer, Harger and Ilerry, K.rlln. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Yesterday ' Itrsiilla. lib limnnd. 13. Toronto, fi Jetsey City liochester iwct grnundsl. Harrtsliurc -Montreal (wet groundsi I'tovidenc. -llutTalu irnlni. Sliinillng of the t liibs. W. L. PC PC. 470 .417 ' rai', Prov idciii e. 35 33 .r.17 llicluunnd llilllalo ... 33 :i ..'71 Tut until. Mnlltle.ll .33 .11 .r,i; Km hcslrr ll.llll-.lmr.- l 3-1 Hvl.lcrsev CHy To-day's Schedule, li.rue il Iii H.irrlsbuig. Hoi hesier In .ler-ey city Huh ilo In I'lnvldriii e Tm nolo In lib hmiiiul. At Itlchnioml It H Toionlo i I 1..1 .0010 1 0 0 3 0 -5 (1 Hlcliun-nd 1 1 I., i i I o l (i it 0 x I; 1.-, K I la i cllcs Inroiito. I.uiltic. I'Wreli.mi and Kocber: Hlchiiiunil, Hiissell, .Meadows and Schaufele I'.fTorla to Piny Prut I Ices. The spasmodic showers of rain yester day stopped the play in the lawn'tennls tournament for tho Noilh Side rliam plnnshlp at the rnlvei-Hity Heights Lawn Teiinls Club. During tho brief Interval, of sunshine ntieinptH vvete mado to play off Hiinie nf the doubles matches, but Ihey rliinlly had lo be abandimeil, Ar. Iliur M. Lnvlbond will play James S, ii.Neiil" In the leinainiiig sem. final of I tlie single., and llin winner will play i ianei. i. iniiitet- in ine titular round tn-monoiv It Is expciled that the doubles will be brought uut to the finals to-day. LITTLEFIELD, NOTED ON TURF, IS NO MORE Famous Jockey in 1IU Dn ;m, Lcailinir Trainer Dip, in Urookiyn. OWNEH FA MOI'S WINM'. Charles Llttlefie'd. a f.- In hi. day and fur manv . America's leading triiln-i. 1 day nt the home nf ti.i JullU. Gnrslde, Kant .S'.ue-. and Kings H.ghwny, II:- , field was born In P.oche.'i 1 begnn hi. career as a Jm ,.e where In the early "o r winner of the first race f..- 1 Plate nt Toronto. III. b was riding at the same t.nie Llttlclleld returned M 1 Stat, periodically, nding ..' Fashion nnd L'nlnn course.. , cinlty of New York and also keepsle, where there, wa. m lacing at that time. He a- the Ten Hroeck stable m m ISoi, riding Prior, Pr.orie. I.- Starke, l.'mplro and other in:.. I He did not remain long, hoae returned to this country and 1 Patorson, N. J., then a f.imo.s vous for turfmen, lie alo , the old Secaucu. track, ret- li anil took part In the Iniusu . Ing nt Jerome Park in tie eir He had the mount 011 Kent in k. races, being In the addle v horse won the Inauguration s four mile heats at the opt ing nt Jerome Park. oppn. , in that event, which was . , my v 1 ?,, wa. the famous negio . , tprLnll the finest horsen 1. '.. It wa. In tills contest i I beat Idlevvild and Fl.-etw.ng 111 ISM he rode Kudu- ;,v ngalnst Lexington's fou in . 7:I-'', lyt failed to beat his lust pul tic Hppearinie . . ; LlttlefleM then braii- i-e I , trainer of thoroughbred, an-l 1 first animal placed In h . "ir ' of oimaio Hlra 11 ft it ward tin- d.i- II rr ,ar. A'lolher horse in nu n in. ii iiiii-i n.isi iiencr.ii iniM ft I.eMtlClOil that Uflu the llel ,1 . In 14TO. Late In tint ye.r Milton H. Sanriird's hoier 'o t had a great measure 01 sui.'.- under . c.)re .such horses lt. Pre.ikness anil Sallna aflc dam of Salvatore. W.ll en wa. the premier Jcckcv fo: t W - " " " aro I'OnilllJC. Mi . ,,kiii among Its r.de: 1 In Hi? nutumii of 1ST.". 1. t!. ti,P S.mlniil horse. i., I! - 1 " , , , , ; . i "' " i i" i'i' Ing year he trained tin- - 1 late Pio re Lnnllaril but il - . - t flint rrctn li.ni i i ...,,1 illl Ml . stable Hi 15..(i. He the-, n the late lames 1 lalw-.t . , vv1. 1 . the nam" of tlie I'ir.ikiiiii s had a gi. it measure nf sj ing such horses as Lndc 1 dere In lac post. Late .1 formed .. partnership w 1 1 Hoyle. pi vv living at Whom--ada. with whom lie bail s suceesfill M-asons. v,r. g horses i-vvned by tln-m w.i .Mls Maud. Peacemaker 111 I low. whle Lidy ltei-1. af-ei .dam of Hamburg, was a me- stable, althoticli owned bv ! Smith n' Toronto. The tl-ir of llovlr & 1. , illssolveil In up; and o. I Mr. Llttleheld has tra iled .1 . for the lite .lanic It 11, said that l,e was rcspnn- ' measure fot the success .,r 1 , enal performer Witterbov horse having been di.i .ii'.lni n m 1 vvorthlesa until Llttli-Mebl . -e with him the spring he wa. a ' I year-old. I Mr. I. ttlefleld I. nrv ived s- son. Fred, who, like I. .a fat-e- rider and who now 1. living v land, where he own. a laec, Harry, who train, tlm hor-e.. ' Seagram, president of the. " Jockey C'l'b. and Hud. who l.ve. 1 Jersey. Charle Little'lcld .mi'sr who was i turfman of note die! a -years ago in tho prlnm of P'e H be recalled a. the ow n-" nf ran"" 1 Mls Prl"i. Sabllla and other goc-i r formers. Rnirera nil .1 .Merrlmnn Pnt Onl. rtr.ipr.ri-cr.T. July s. Hec r c 1 v Lewi, nnd W. P. Seelev were t " w tiers of ine two principal mot - e. i Connectldl State golf champ ons! Hie Hrinklr.wn Country Club m-'1 Hoth eliminated golfer, who we- e sldered te be prominent rnntende-. I the title, young I.ewt. be.it.ng P llnwers In u match win -h we-' ' sixteenth creen. i.ud Seeley, w lo present champion, eliminating " Merrinian. n former holder of t'-o ' The match went nil of the w iv homo grxn. Seeley winning b- . ' Italn m.n.o good golf dllllcult Ameririin ST. PAUL A wt lallon. -pntfT o vc AT lvulsville aaaooooo St. Paul 3 0 : h 1 0 0 c llallerles Mlddtelon. 171 Is a -i Hall and Johnson SKCOND OAMH. Louisville A 0 0 0 A 0 1 0 St. Paul ... 3 a o a o ; n Hallerle. Hey nobis and 1 feld and lilenn. AT KANSAS C1TT Columbus 3 o 0 3 A 0 e Kaut.s city . 3 ' Hatierlcs- Davis and and Alevander. AT MINSHAPOI.IS Fir Indian ipoli. 0 A A A l A 1 .Minneapolis o ' I o o e ll.lltertes -Wills nnd C, .. and Sullivan. SECOND ii Wt Indianapolis . . A A A o n i Mlnneapo is n 1 l i Haiierl.- Tipp an i . burn M Wi' lams mi x. RACIAS AQUEDUCT TODAY SIX STAR ATTRACTIONS INCLbDl.Mi Tin; Seaside Handicap 3 0 I ' 1'IHST ItACP. A I' Siilii r M SPECIAL HA" 17 i I'A leare I'rnu.y iv ania sii't-n 1 7th Av , .Co from F a I- ,.n 1 iyri. a' i. 30. and at jii 1', XI t nur.e h hi ici In I ' Aiilomnbbes from N taka Qui-ens Hon e n i ' srl 1 i . .n $1 so Av , thenre n 1 i- u (RAMI l M 1. I .nil i JllMC II V I.A.MH II .I