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Alma Richards Captures Decathlon on Coast New York Yacht Club Fleet Sails Back to Marblehead RICHARDS WtWM.RESOLUTE LEADS FLEET NILES IN SEMI-FINAL BOXING SOLONS PUT NOTHING SUCCEEDS JUST LIKE SUCCESS UNBEATEN SINGLE G. UNBEATEN NO MORE POSSIBLE WINNERS OF SARATOGA RACES TO-DAY ATHLETE OF NATION - iii-s Dccntlilon, With ltrtind Second Koleliiiiniiieii Heats Kyronen. ON LAST SQUADRON RUN Beats Vanitie Even Without Time Allowance and Bends On New Mainsail for King's Cup Race To-day Samuri Successful Fifty. AFTER LONE MATCH OFF DECISIONS CASE I'lr.l Hare Disturber, I'npprs, fy mot. Second Itacr Valentine. .Mrstiuch Hidden Vale. Third llaee Jlars Henry, I'rlnce of I'limn. Mnlurhltr. I'oiirtli Hare Water lllossoni, Muter Witch, I'omrtle lllru. Flflli llact Sleuth, Fnreeiut. Kdille Itrlllng. Sixth Iture .Marshon, llrjail, Al helm. Defaults Put Him nmt Talcott in Third Hound and II u Tnkos Two Sots. (.'oininlssloncr.s Agreed 'flint It Is Worth Trlnl mid Muy Vote Next Week. Tnkos Troy Selling: Stakes by Nose, Despite Turner's Unfair Hiding. Soundly Thrashed in Straight Heats of 2:0B 1'ace by Hussell Hoy. TIMKU KAILS MKUEDITH Pav Fn.sc-ico, Auk. 10. Alma W. ti l-.irila of the Illinois A. C. ChlcnRo, bfc.inic champion all around atlileto of! and, hm tin run was only twenty-four the n.ii.oii when lio won the national A.I milts, the Mulshes were early. Tfie , y iiec.tthlon hero to-day. On top of Hesoluto defeated tho Vanltlo 1 minutes hi C".'t performance In the tlrst half, IS aeconda, nnd now the more of victories or the programmo yesterday Hlchards ' Ik Ilesolute 3, Vanltlo 2. The Knchantress coni.mi J t "how untaxing versatility In waa the llrst schooner to finish, but tho Ihe ollior events, dolus really first class Irollta wan ho close tuttern that sho won work In every sort of track and field the Hear Commodore's cup for schooners contest A cry Hrundae. nnothvr of the tlrst division by 3 minutes 23 sec ..k.,.,, entry who bore tho colors of onds. corrected time, u'hc winner In tho the t ii.' iiBO A. A., finished aecond to Rch.trda. lilclurds stnrted competition to-d.y with a 400 point lead on his nearest lompetltor, HrtmduRe, and he practically . . , .1.1.. It, tit flin nlriun. i tn.i timineu nun .,. - Altliouph the hlnti Jump stur cuptured 1 no first places in to-day's programme he " H to the rront 1,1 " of tlle M .,,i roiled with a grand total . f f, S SI points. The balonco of tho ilel.rilnit.hed as follows C. A. Hrtmdiitie, . . . l-.ft 11 PlinuloP l.V Multnomah A. '.. 6.U2.71 : 1'. 1'. nor. New York 1. A. A. C. C,048.5i; Fred Thomson, t.on Angeles A. C, t "40 2J ; John Jacobs, Oklahoma Unl 'erMly, 5,TT02; A. 11. Hutchinson, lIllnolH A C., CRAT.15, and James Luw lor. Hoetnn 1 A. C. 4,905.3.1. Ted .Meredith's attempt to break tho world's 4 to yurd strftlghtawny record was spoiled by a mistake of tho timer, who failed to see tho Hash of the start- WTlnsnwlle It necewary for Meredith to so back After he had run half the dis tance. On his second trial he was too tired ar.J Mulshed In 4S 3-5 seconds, whereas Maxey Long's old mark la 4 J teconds. Tlw fifteen mile modified marathon over a couixj from the exposition track thn a-roundn attracted a Jlnc fleld. Tho winner, llannes Kolohnulnon, -l showed about tho coolest mm oe ( piece of long distance inacnmerj arm in this p.irt of the com noni in aonie , on handily rrom nwueiu niir. ',"'.,, .... , ..... , u.i .tniirirln. KOienmninen, vin" - - . r. - V-., represented the Irish Americans of -cw York, taggeu ms uem ivini ."ftr." - - - . ; in in t o A mile after Willie Kyionen liad made most of the 1 rijr.nlnr. Follow In? Kyronen Into the tntic came Nick Olnnakopulo. who like Kyronen Is i member of the Mlllrose Athletic Asso- elation ot New York city. Hugh Hono- han of tho New York Athletic Club wus fourth and Charley I'orc of the Mlll- roae Athletic Association Ilfth The last named pair provided a spectacular sprint In the last yards of the stretch. Hono- han ihowlng the greater strength. Tho bummaries : J MO Yard Relay Won by Chicago A. A. Ith A. H. Booth. Harvey Blair, H. I. rfmlth and Jo. tajoml.; Olymp c Club of Sin l-"rancliro. atcond. with Kcndrlck John- , .at.. Hay Nolan. Fred M""?', ,m' .F''lS,k l, . . t a. in,.i a r! . third, wltn i. Hoi... Krd Kelly. Harry Klrkpatf Ick and i , ri.t.. mtrce. rourtn, witn . ua.ir.. K. Kl!ener and Fred Stormer, A Kick., ; Time, 1 ! mlnuto Jl 1-5 eonila. Anurican Modlflnl Marathon Won bi lianne. KoUhmalnen. New ork ln American A. C, Willie Kyronen. Mlllro.e A. A. New York, aecond: Nick nianako. pulon, Mlllrot. A. A., New ork. third, liurh Honohan, New York A. c fourth. Charlei I'orn. Mlllroae A. A.. New ork. Btth. Time, 1 hour :5 minute SI aeconda. Decathlon. 1 110 METER HUKD1.ES. Drat Heat Won by John Jacobs. Okla homa. Che.ler Fee. Multnomah A. C. ..ml, A H. Hutchln.ori. lllinol. A. C, t Irdi Aim w Illcharde. Illlnol. A. C. fourth. T,'o,!a ii'eat-Won-by C t.oel.ta. Chicago . A , Fre.l C. Thomaon. Uia Angeie. A. t'. eecond. Jaint. C. Lincoln, New ork ; A. r. third. Jamea Law lor, Bo.ton '' American A. C. fourth. Time. 1 t-t. ""hlrd Heat Won by C. A. nrunrtage. Chlcana A A . 1'. F. O'Connor. Njw lprk I. A A c .econd, James Tycer. New Or laaaa. third. Time, 16 3-6 aeconda. l.SOO MUTHIl BUN. rir.t Heat-Won by C. Ooellta. Chlrago A, A John Jacobe, Oklahoma Unlieralty, leconil C A Urundage, Chicago A. A., third, I'he.ter Fee. .Multnomah - . fourth, Jamea Tycer, New Orleans, tlftn. tlecoiid Heat Won by V. F. O ( onnor, New yrk I. A. A. C; A. H. Hutchinson, lillnolk A, C, .econd; Jame. I.awlor, Ho. ton Irl.h American A. '.. third: Alma W. lilchnrd.. llllnoU A. C. fourth. Pole Vault Event won by Chtiter it. Multnomah Athletic flub, at 12 feet. The reit nf the field qualified aa followa: Alma W ittcharda, Illlnola A. C: C. Ooe IIU, rhlcago A. A.; Fred C. Thomaon, Loa Ameiei A, C. C, A. Urundaae, ghlcago A. A., I' F O'Connor, New York J. A. A. f ; A. 11. llutchln.on, llllnoU A. C : John Jaiobs, Oklahoma University: Jamei C. Uncoln. Nnw York A, C; Jamea Tycer, Sew Orleana, Jamoa Lawlor, Uoalon Irian American A. C. UIHCUH THROW. Event won by C. A. Brundaae at i: feel 7t, Inchea. The balance of tha Held tun Itie i a. follow , Anna . Illcharda, l.llnuia A f . P. V O'Connor. New lurk Irtih Am, man A. C.t C. tioellti. Chicago A A Fred C Thomaon. l.oa Angeles A. t. . f neater Fee. Multnomah A. C; Janiea I.a ir. lloaton Irl.h Ameilcan A. C.; Jam.. C Uncoln, New York A. C. . John Jv an., Oklahoma University; A. 11. ifuuhln.on, Illlnol. A. C, JAVt:i.lN THIIOW. Elent won by Cheater Fee. Miiltnnmah A . of rortland at U feet . J4 luche., 'Hie a.ance of the neld qualified aa fol low James u Lincoln, .-sen " C. . J tin Jacob.. Oklahoma University Jame Tj,er, New orleana. THREE ENTER SEMI-FINALS. Jllaa Delia Torre I'oreeil In Work llnril for Laurels. Woodmciie, L. I.. Aug, 10. Miss Clare CasKel, Miss Margaret drove and Mlsa iertrude Delia Torre reached the xeml fn al round of the tennis tournament for 'ie women's champloiuhlp of Iing In.uid by winning tlielr matches at the Woodmeie Club to-tlay. The way was rot easy for uny of tho successful trio. Miss Delia Torro particularly hud to w-irK hard for her luurela. In tho sec 01 ii round Mrs. II. Vogel ran the score ' the first et to sixteen games boforo alio lost It. She waa so tired by the ffTort that Miss Delia Torre, a auperlor stamina made the second aet eay, with the score ft 2. In the third round Mrs. T Itocnthal battled three deuca seta be fore falling;. The summaries Second Hound Mlta nuth Bchwab won from Mil. Molla BJuratedt by default: Mlea Margaret Urove defeated Ml.a Florence MuMon. I. J . 1: Mrs. II. Carle bach rtefeuted Mra. Itohert La Itoy, 3 . 7 J, default: Ml.a Clare Cai.tl defeated Ml.a Lucille Well. I, 1: Mra. T. Po.enthal won from Mra. H. H. Weaver by Default, Ml.. (Jertrude Delia Torre de 'ale.l Mr.. H. Voael, 7, 2: Ml.a Marie Wagner defeated Ml.a Kill III Handy, :, C 1, c 3: Mrs. David Mills won trim ML. viola Handera by default. Third Itound Ml.. Orove dafealed. Ml.a Ki-hn.h, , 75; Ml.a fan (I dofeated Mt. Carlebach, . Ii Mils Delia Torre defeated Mra. Hoienthal, S 7, I-1, - fl. Kreu c Thomion.L. .ii8tie '-. ., Sun. 101 iMotti. a, i i,a 1 n 1 .a v. j M j- u,.0wn aM U'este CI.I, ig; A. A . C A. Ilr.1nd1.ge, Chicago nn ," 3; 10. ieeond . Hed I'o.t. C4 (Htearn.). c iumimi s.mi eny .e,.,.,vu , .v Jame. I aw lor. lloaton lrlh Amerl- t; jo. third Time. 1.43 3.S. F.xmei. Maid Pound at 1-3, t.-l In the . ." . , 1 UB.i. Illlmil. A. ':'.,'.'. li,ir,er.iilliO. flfferiory 'I'I.Im ,.,n,,.li uuu tlio h.nile, i in, lunis. liiinoi. v.. iir,MP. 1 nur.ru, nw , 1 , , 1 .. w i. .i 1 1 . v , ... 11. ii.i, . -: 101 r r'niie, ,.., .w . .,. - Mahuixhkad, Muss., Aub. 10. The last xiiUHilron run wus mude to-day by tlio yiu-hta of the Now York club mid to-morrow the KImk's cup will be raced for. Tho fleet fume back from Gloucester second division was llcndon Chubb'a Queen Mab, which defeated the Tlman dra 10 minutes ,28 seconds, The Hamurl was the winner in the class of fifties and also took the special for sloops of the tlrst division. IO T SloOIlS of the first itlvlslnn Wllllnm - r-url Dodge's yacht now hat won four llrsts and a second and In addition to 'I1 cUx" I,rlle hft ,n)irn 11,0 AHUr- Navy Challenge, Commodore's and Hear Commodore's cups, making eight prlr.es In six races. To-day's victory was by no means an ea?y one, but she succeeded In beating the Spartan by 29 seconds. The Ventura was third, lu the second division Ogden Mills Iteld's Lena de feated the Alice 22 minutes f seconds, corrected time. The sun rose bright and clear In Clloucester Harbor, but soon after colors It was foggy again In spite of the wind blowing from the north. The orlglnnl plan had been for the races to start off Kastern Point, and then the yachts were to turn the whistle buoy off Cape Ann and Kosion I.tght Vessel and finish at Half Way flock, thirty-seven miles. When the fog came the regatta com mittee slgnnlled that the course was shortened, leaving oul tho whistle buoy ami maKing w uistance twcnty-rour mrH, harbor start was made at 9 :30 "" " m.' "ri,nii. . , . ., . . . , Tho wind was light from northw-cst and most of the fog had disappeared. The muni 01 ine log n.iu Holute nnd Vanltle had club topsails. . . . .. while all tho others had working top sails, bring lit cruising trim. Tho cup yachts started at 10 MO o'clock. The Hesoluto lel across tho line and tho Vanltlo was handicapped a few seconds. The two were on the starboard tack and had broken out balloon Jib topsails, hav ing a broad reach to the Hostott Light Vessel. For about forty minutes they, sailed In about tho same relative positions ns when they crossed the starting line. Then tho- wind came from the south by east. and. although the Vanltlo caught tho change first, she could not catch the Resolute before that yacht got the new wind. They then were off Half Way hock goInR ,0 tl( uK,u vtll.e. lialloons were lowered. Vanltle sent up a No. 2 Jib topsail and the Hesoluto a reaching Jib topsail. Near tho light vessel there was fog, followed by a heavy rainstorm, and the wind was light and very iluky. The Vanltle was able to find tho soft spots and was becalmed several times. They reached home with balloon Jib topsails nnd the Hesolute was 4 minutes 15 sec- I ... ... , ,i... in,. onus aiieuu in in nuinu. ..nw ,.v,,. OUINBY QUITS JOB AT YALE. Ilnaebnll ( oneli Itralirna for aaa paper Piialtlon. New Haven, Aug. 10. It was an nounced by the New Haven Union to night that Frank Qulnby, the Yale Ktse ball coaoii, hnd Joined the staff of the sporting department of that paper and would begin work Immediatel. It li known that Qulnb) has sent his resigna tion to the athletic committee cf the iinHer.sltv to take effect at once, al- irrohrun,erTher"e wasctloniMs I said, between the coach and Cnpt. l.iu Mlddtebrook of the varsity nine over tho everclao of authority, Tho announcement that Qulnby stands ready to step down and tut tather iiniillfles the aituatlon. but many of Qulnby's friends believe It would be a Zl i h nn foe the varsltv nine If Qulnby I good thing fr the nrslt 1 ne it yuino continues aa cuach with all tho powers he thinks necrnsary to mine tne wura of a coach tell. Tho captain-elect. Arthur Mllburn. Is popular with the players and Is rated as a llrst class player who will net stand for lack of unity I" any depart ment over which he has Jurlsdlctlin. It was stilted to-day that Mllbuin would lie very much pleased with the selection of Hertile Tommera as head coach for the nine. He has been coaching tlio pitching department Tor a couple of eeu svjns. FORT ERIE RACING RESULTS. ...... , . Uaiiini- 1 hree.v ear-old. and upward. Canadian foaled, one mile UarDh I and Lnit Spark uso run 1 tiuenMsiilen . two vear-nl ...... niul tue fnrlnnira I'ol. (Itltellu.. 110 iKei.eVl. ISO, 18 30 nnd 15.10. won; Peep Sight. Ill (Claver), 13 90 and 13.50, second 1 Mkv Mr(!ee. 103 (Callahaiil, fS.SO, third. Time 1:03 i-S. Dr. Sullivan. Dirk Will, lama." Ocean Prince, Datnlelta and Jack Iteeves aim ran. Third Itace Selling, puree 1700; three-year-olda and upward: maiden Jockey': lx furlonga Dignity. (John.on). 111.40 15 80 and 15 30, won, Langhorne. 104 (Loma.l, 15.70 un,! IS. 40, econd; Mania Johnson,' 103 (Aultl, I8 60 .third. Time. 1II4 3.J. Kntherlne 1 Finales, Ml.a Water., Lavana. Lady London, Laura, Kyle and Almee Le.lle also ran. Fourth Hace I'ur.e 1700: hiiiidlcap; three- ear-old. and upward; .lx furlonja KeweiVi, 10- (Smyth), IH.80. 17,10 and J3.30. won; filr Edgar. 103 (Mom, H.fO and 13.60, second; Pan Znretii, 130 (Cooper), 370. third. Time, 1114 1.6. Halko, Itoh ert Hrndley, Uack Uay and Soaruinouch al.o ran. Fifth Hace Selling: tliree.year-old. and UDW-ard: one mile and a sixteenth llahv Slater. 101 (Cooper), li, IS. 90 and 13.10, won; Kim. 54 (Callahaiil. 17.30 and 14.70, econd: Harry Lauder. 103 ( Wol.tenhnlm), II, third, nine, new. .-.evil.o, uuu a Irother, Cliff Edge, Laird 0' Kirkcaldy and Spindle alto ran. Sixth Race Two.year-olda: selling) Juria 1800; live and a half furlong. Golden ,1.1. 110 (Wol.tenhnlm). 14.10, 13.40 and It. 10, flriti Tlajan, ton (Stearns), It. 30 and 18. 60, second; Ito.a Water, 104 (Obert), 14.60. third. Time, !:03-ri. I.arkln, Tar Uruah, (lentlewoman and (Homer alao ran. Seventh Hace Cliff Htream. flratj Aprlea, aeeond: Ptar of I,ove, third, Tlmo, 1 13 1.6, Texas I.rague. HauHm. It Fail Worth, t Waco, i; Beaumont, I. Dallas, ti dalveston. !. Ban ABtonlo-Bhraveport (rain). an allowance of 1 minute 1 second. The Hamurl had the best osltlo!i at the start of the fifties. Hhc luffed by the flagship Viking and was to wind ward of all. Then she made the short est way possible to the light vessel and still held the lead, with the .Sp.trtnn sec- ond. The helmsmen had dlffeieiit idea about the last leg and, while tho rUmurl and Spartan sailed on the theory that a Mralght line Is the shortest distance be. tnveiu two points, those nchts which ntood In to thn shoie did not gain any thing by mi doing. Tho Spartan, sailed by J. M. MaeDon outth and Ktuyvesant Walnwrlght, prtssed tho Samuri very hard, but It is almost an Imiicsslblllty for one fifty foooter to reach by anoitlier If Imth lire lundlid iqually well, Tho Uarliara, with Harry L. Maxwell and W Il.iitle llonry on board, and the Iroquois, sallinl by Halph N. Hills, her owner, wele disqualified for starting nhrHd of the starting signal and not heeding the recall signal, Tho thirty footer Lena sailed against the Alice, a forty footer, and was beaten only 30 seconds, actu.il time. As soon as the yachts reached their anchorages their crews began to get eady for the King's ciii race to-morrow. ' '"j ..r The cup was iirtsented to the New ork Yacht Club bi- King Oeorge V of Kng- land, to take the place of the cup given j by King tUwnrd In 1901, when It was won by the Effort. The Spartan won the King Oeorge Cup lu lflJ. Ust year, ' on account of the war. It was not raced for It Is for schooners and sloops In , one clans and Is an open event the only onn race held by the New York Yacht , ir7m.JoK s!vips not less than fifty feet waterllne length, The courfo will be triangular, starting from Half Way Hock, twelve miles to each leg. with the tlrst leg to windward If islble. ' The starteis will be theso schooners: W i:. Iselln's Knchantress. K. Walter Clark's Irollta, II. S. Vanderbllt's Va grant: ami these sloops: C. K. Cum tilings' Avenger, W. Karl Dodge's Sa muri, J. I" Morgan's (Irayllng. J. M. MacPonough's Spartan, Oeorge V, Haker. Jr.'s. Ventura, Ualph N. Ellis's iri)qiK)i..,, , Whitney's Itarbara and IVmbroko Jones's Carolina. The .Wcnser was hauled out on Stearns & McKay's ways ye.teirtay . , ,,. Mu, Th. nnrt ,1, ,11. .. ............ .... Vanltle ate not eligible for this race 1 and so they will race for a special prlxe. I'),, li.unl.,1.. 1,..,, on.liA m n ma 1 1 Tho Hesoluto bent or. another main sail this afternoon for the pace. This prob ably will lie the last contest these two yachts will a.ill this reason. The sum maries: CLASS II-SI'ECIAL. Cor- Elan.rd reeled Name. Hcsoltllt.. Vanltle . . Start Finl.h time, time 10 t: oi : os :s s i ss s t9 11 i : co : m at i:ih s :i is CLASS N-N. V Y. C THIRTIES. l.na to 4." Co 3 17 04 4 s: ot 1 11 34 Alice 10 IS Oi 1 1 31 4 31 34 t 3 41 CLASS V- SCHOONERS. Queen Mab.... 10 1 M 17 4 01 47 3 tl 47 Hoiewrll 10 M 0) Time not taken. CLASS N-N. Y. V. C FIFTIES. Samuri.. ., Spartan,. , Ventura. . lirulmz Carolina... Iroquois II io m c) : ii s: s s t: n f.X n.) j js ;i ni'i :o u "i : : ii 17 14 10 S5 Isl 2 47 Id 3 47 10 IP IT, CI 1 CO M 4 Oil 1V1 10 M 01 2 11 It lllequalincd to 1J M : l Ih.nualined llaroara. CLASS D-sCHOONERS. Irollta . 11 00 00 2 31 54 3 31 SI ! 07 1.1 Vaa-r.int . . II () 01 : S3 M 3 SJ So 3 IS Ot CUVSS II AMI D-SI'ECIAL SCHOONERS Irollta. . 11 '1 "1 J 31 f.l 3 31 SI 3 77 IS Enchantress It '0 fsi :' 17 11 3 17 '1 3 10 3. CLASS E AND K-SPECIAL SCHOONERS ' ' I S',r,n:'"n '.o so (O 3 ,',l 4 11 co oo 3 os o: I 01 47 3 73 17 4 0i CJ 3 33 IS nmannni PACIFIC COAST PAIR DOWNS EASTERNERS Johnston mill C riff in Coiniucr Will in ms nnd Wasliburii in Five Hot Sets. Til VUCU DKFEATS UYFORD CltlCAiio, Aug, III. William M. John ston and Clnrence J. C.rlflln. Pacific Coast doubles ehamidons, w-on their semi - final match In the preliminary series for , """"" 'emus cnnmpion- ,,, ,lU ftcrmm at ,hp 0nwPntllU ,.U,, Lake I'Oivst. defeating It. Norrls Will- lams Id and Watson M. Washburn Kastern champions, at !$, t!-3, 7-!', fl-l, C-4. The match waa keenly ocutested all the way and decidedly the most Inter esting ever plaed at the !.al. Forest courts. Flay kept a big gallery on edge from slart to finish. All four players showed magnificent work at the ne and honors were well Divided among tneni, Johnston, If any '"""'," "''',. ... "' """"'"" in .;, ! greatest snare ot me (1 M. ('.lurch. Northwestern iiTicliM r.h.Vn.lo,, . n, " shit hiiiKles title by defeating Heath Hy. pairs will plav In the upper half to- oMKl,n Zn ,,Lrrow. and the next two In the lower '' .JHIIt. .... ........ Miss Carrie H, Net-ley succeeded Miss rn woman .'.irs ijuine filial match, . . . . fouirht of the ferlts, but .Miss Neeley played her 1 sh. Is catefully nnd proved superior In lolleying. BARBOUR HIT BY FLYING BAIL. Struck nn Head, I'lnja (In for Ft-rind, Then Wltlidrntva. llUMso.v, N. J., Aug. 10. The Hum son four defeated the Kreebootera by tho score of 9 gonls to S at pclo on Humson Field to-day. In tho fifth period Warren W. Harbour, playing back for It unison, wus struck on the head by a polo ball from (1. .In son Waters' mallet and was stunned by the blow, Ho con tinued In the game for one more period when he was advised to' wit lid raw. Thomas Field, new at the ratne, played well, while Howard H. Ilonlen put up his usual strong game for Hum son. Hugh J. IAirrrtt played No. 1, (1. C. Henry No. 2, Howard hi. Honieii No. 3. and W. W. Hnrbjur back. For the Freebooter Thomas Field played No. 1, Mmil I'fixor No. 2, CI. Jason Wntera No. 3 and Peter Hauck, Jr., back. Virginia league. Newport News, Suffolk, 1, Hocky Mnunt, 4; Norfolk, 3. I'orlauioiith, 3; Petersburg, nluga). (11 In. New Knglanrl league, Wnrceiter. ! Lewi. ton, J (Drat game), Worceiler, 6: Lewleton, 1 (eecond gamt), Law-rente, 1; Lowell, 0, Lynn. 3: Fltchburg, 1. Portland, 4 Mancneater, I. COAST PL A YE US STILL IN SrAtiRtoitT, N J., Auf. 10. Nathaniel W NIIcs of the Longwood Cricket Club, .Tftoston, reachod the seml-rinal round In ...,. ,,i,,,.,. ,.,. i. i,,i. ' ArM,B ' Cup lawn tennis tournament at the Peabrlght Lawn Ten- nla and Cricket Club here to-day and Is all alone In the round, as the other competitors let up for the day after tlie second tound was completed. Nlles Is a holder of two legs on the oup nnd he attracted a lot of nttentlon from tlio gallery theieforo. Th, ti-.,-..i.. , ..i . i,. i,. The Hoslonlan had to play In only one match to gain the semi-final bracket, for lu tho second round he nnd Hooki-r I Talcott, a local plaer. moved up on le-1 ' l',m, of, boxln could get an optKjr . ... ' . , ,.. ,, . Utinlty to have u say In tho matter. We faults. Nlles climbed over Waller Mer-,.ire m,1Ie,, nl ,lc num)cr f lettem rill Hall of New York, who failed to 'that have come to us on the subject. put In an appearance, nnd Vnndcrbllt 1 1 tWnk It Is n splendid proof Hint people II. Ward, champion ot the Great l-ale"..J,ul(.',r'e 0t boxln" when ,r"'rl' lo forfeited to Talcott. -if' 'we havo aa.feguar.led the sport The two who moved un then decided this far I'm sure that w will be able t1Ht tney mKin ns uc gei their third lnHl Int,y miKiii as wen gei meir inirn "" ikv.c i . ,,., , ... .,. . . l'.iii depend upon It wf will r0,md mntch oul of ,vny' n",hc-v thing li. our power to keep '"'l nothing else to do and especially as;,,, H,jrt tiat miiny , the courts were In very good condition, i having been well hardened by the aun. l,,uU 11 l'WH"u boxing has sent to -.,.., ,.i, i. ,i, ,., i...,r. I u' for for' ' governing niles. Talco '" ' '" ' 't players T1:ev. n a,1(l our tMKiotl pUn nllMJ. ever developed on tho local courts, if w,. thought for an Instant that there showed some remarkable native ability 'was a i-hance to Jeopardize the p.itlnie , anlei ,ll ,V11M no ,ml,ch forwe would never bring It to a vote. experienced ..on.-wood man and fell before him III straight sets at G 3, 6 I. The local player's service; was quite sexcro and gave Nlles somo trouble lit i the opening set, but the Hay State player 1 soon became acquainted with the strong '""-' concerned the referees now work points of Talcotl's game nnd caicfully i lm' uni'r sanction are all honest uvnlileil them , lf ,ht' r,," i,i'0WI"k them the ; .. v. .j . ''""",l" luiin.ici inn mi,,,- nnuri; away from the other contests and oncu more they were successful as expected , In their matches. The greut and only Comet won from S. Howard Voshell, tint Ixing Island champion, lu straight sett at 1, B and It might be said right I.,..., .,... i, ...... ..... .i (irif, III... Ill,' UIIClMll'-ll PIUIU II I IIU .IIIIU seemed to take anything from the match. for Voshell played about ax good tennis .. u 1, .. .......... I.. 1. 1.. ll III. ...... s nn ii.in niiunii ,n mn in.-. inn unc falling and It was a bad one wus an Inclination to kill the ball at every pos slble opportunity. It was u costly fall ing too. for in trilng to put nil he had tmeb nt th b sphcro It frequently landed' out of bounds. One of the peculiar features of the match was that two of the three games taken by the left bander were won on . the Callfornlati's service, lf a pereon , who never saw McLoughlln play before had come out to see the match to-day he might have thought that McLoughlln wus a beginner with an unusual amount of f ablllt'TforrilkeaLeglm, ,;.. continually to.n.g new methods of waa stroking the ball. His cannon ball Her. vice, famous the world over. was con- vplcuous by Ita absence. ALio wum trying a tri-w one with 1 morti cut and lena speed. His far famed siinuah too w-.in among the mlslng. He mine up on whatever lobs Voshell of- fore.1 and iikhIc tl-.o usual vicioua awing, but slopped the racket In time to give Junt enough Impeuua to the sphe-e to carry It over the not. Thlt Mle of' stroke workwl like a oharm. for Voshell. naturally enough. sto,xl r.ir luck wait- Ing to see the lnH p.wss him and then smiieu as u tricaien niong in loro court. ii.i..ti in iiiej ni., uirre eri ' match of tho tournament. He nnedod ! tho extra net bi dispose of Hernon S. rrentlce, the local club nb.implon, at I ii 4, 5 7, 3. I'rentlee played unlisu- I ally gw-l tennis, and the stand he made against the latent o the Invaders from the court wii rriivirkable, 1'aweon'a UnCW Wrir II VIl'liHIU 1. 1 nry iuiii more s.ed than nnytnlng ever before seen on thw coutts ami what nian ihom all the better was the fact that they hud accuracy with their sjieert. Dawson Is mill a little unnertnin on his ground stroke on tne tun, nut is im- proving rapidly and win be a luiru man to Iwnt Iierore tne. sei.un is out. Harold A. Throckmorton of Hahway, ' tho Metiojiolltan Junior ohamplon. itlo had to go thle-e seta to win hit match.! He came against the vetfrnn left hander ' Frederick (" lnman, and wop the long, drawn out affair by pretty play at 3 fi, 2. k S. Theodore H. 1'ell of New v...ts tu.lrlAe nf the iiiti In I'.tlH: Karl 11. ' nf,r' jipidle States champion, and Itob- ,.rt i, Ho-.. orstwhlle Ititerfollegt.ite ebatnplon. nil riNiched the thlnl round by ' , , K,,n.i,t ts. Fell won from -,.,. 1 tnhn.tnn .Ir fnrmer New Kngland Inteicolleglato champion, easily Ht c 0, 0 4, .lohiuiton making only eight polnH In the first tt llehi' and I Hov each had to play their first set to deuce, the former beating Hugh T.il l.mt, T o. f- 1, mid the latter winning from Leonard Heekpuin, the national Interschohuulc champion, at 10 S, fi All f tht, brackets In the semi. final eniiml nf the 1 iiouliles were niieat as e ,11 nf m.d.ivV m.itiiies. Tho Voahell- , j,",' itn.,11.Minl Molxiughlln. I . 1 tl ,t ..r.. Thn nnttililriii m 1 ' v were Hi- winners. The first two In the singles tne mini i. ii ' 1 to-morrow win oring uia.'ii.er .nuiou.n. ,i t Tl.-,u.binnrfrin I'ell iinf. .I.IWNOI. , nn i.ihi im. - land Hehr ami I.o Hoy If the wwather i Itwiis a goo.1 ns 11 tins neen it is pntiin. ii by the committee to pViy the final of th - ! doubles on Thursday, the llnnl of the singes on Friday aim inn mimmi. round of the singles on Saturday. The summaries Acheil. Challenge Cup, Men'a Mlnglea. Second Itound Nathaniel W, Nile., Itoa rem won from W M. Hall. New, York, by default. Hooker Talcott, r-eabrlghl. won from vanueruiu i. " ...r . McLaughlin. Han Fran- default, Maurice 1 . lU-i.nuKn n. an rran- claoo, defeated H. Vn.liell, New inrk, t 1, H J; imrOlll A. I 111 I'l-SMli'l ,.'n, nsnnim, . .i.. its,, e'reilerirk C In. nan. 'mw York 36. 5- i T' u' I'11' Nsw 1 York, defeated Charles L. Jnhnsion, Jr., I New Voik, 0, C 4; Ward Daw.on, Kan Vranrlscn. deff'ited Herton 8. Prentice, I PeabrlKht. 4. 67, d 3: Karl It. Hehr, New York, defeated Hugh Tiillant. New' vSIi' ?.7eatenIl;onar l' neekman ''hronT ! Inf?' lols o-o nr-'Hrnii''. nronx- Tlilrd It'ound Nlles defeated Talcott, 1 Cs, I. I Iniliatlon Dnuhlte, Second Hound Vo.hell and Tallaut defeated lnman and K. P. Lorncd. 64, C 3, M. 17, McLnugh- ' Un and Daw.on neicaten inrncKtnorlon and Llnd.ay II. Dunham I, 01, c. Frederick Wat.on. Jr., New York, and Sid ney Thayer, Jr., Philadelphia, defeated M, Decamp, Seabrlght, and D. Mnrgnn, Wash ington, 63, 6 i; L Heeknian and Lyle K. Mahan defeated Prentice and Pell, 43, 14 1J. Idle Noiv I.nrehinont Secretory, nt.ooMHKt.n, N. J., Aug. 10. William Idle, until recently secretary nf the Iiloomfleld Lodge of Kilts, haa he-n ap pointed secretary of the Larchmont Vnrht Club of New York, and began his duties thoro to-day, Mr. Idlo 'has been with the Erllaon Work In Wem Orange for many years. AHEAHX FAYOKS THEM No referee's decisions In boxing; bouts Just yet nnd will not bo for a week at le.ist. The much talked of move on tne fart of the lloxlng Commissioners was rut over at yesterday's meeting until next Tuesday tm acoount of the deluge or letters that poured Into tho oommis .Ion sanctum,' some protesting the plan, but the majority In favor of It. "Wo were of the aame opinion about the matter when a vote was to lie I f.llnn uil.1 rii,i.,tul,.,ii- 1?ii,til M o'Nell after the meeting, "Mr. l'rlce ciul myselfwere sure that, ruled by a Icuinmlwiloti, there will to no chance for scandal to creep Into the sport. Major n, ... . referee's de. c.slons a trial, but suggested tliat wo defer action for nnothet week o that all handle, the referee question. You 111 Ul, ClUI J " up Interest clean when It Is properly watched. livery State e.wlii'lfo 'fooX1 Tam I of crooked referees Is the sllllet -ort i ot rot. What ring Judge would take the i h'" 'Z " ,K. rr 7' T'" ."" par if- absurd on the face of It. So far ns we non r "'' ' time to talk of 41 llOlie,leSH Wheil .,.. crookedness crops i Young Ahenrn Is Hie man who will meet Al McCoy nt Kbbets Field on Aug- IIU, I, .. ,, . ,,",;,. Pss wie decis.or rule the men have agreed to hae the title considered as the Incen- I've for the little rumpus. Should the rule go Into effect pe-xt Tuesday this will be the tlrat fight In which a cham pionship Is to be risked, since McCoy must be termitl the title holder. .. ncrr..."H,,.n " ."Uesuon about There wssn t any question alxiut , T. '. ,nc K,"B m,a- p. " ain naugnuiy ne w Kwnrn .Met oy, only to lilt "" "u",r K'' n,J" brought down by the tluor like mlc ,J1V" 11 second later. A lustra Is , ", backward flip rtoji fnmi the " 1,1,1 kll'lr" campaign he Isildly started on' Uu'r hours of wrangling he agreed to I'1"1"" IS ringside for the Hrooklyn southpaw. He will post $500 before the - guarantee that he tip, the " that figure. "You can't nlame a bloke for trying, can you-' asked Jimmy Twyford as he broke In on the emlemn trl,, thnt ,.nm the Nixlnc game In tills State yesterday I "What's the name of the club this time?" nsk.d Commissioners Price. , O'Nell and I'lxon in a general chorus, , without waiting to he ir more from Twy. 1 ford. "It's the Spar A. C. now," replied Twy - ford, who holds all the records for club launching In th.e parts. "The Spir A. C. wants a llcerwe. We nre going to ( open at Saratoga Springs and high class iHjuis w in pe our tr.np' mark I Jlmmv nroduced his credential., and ' tho Spar A. C. of Saratoga became a club I I tm the Instunt. Terry McOovern wants to be a referee If referees are going to oe on who's who when Ihe milling Is over. The once -rel 1,1 T.e.. t. !...,. . ' JZ'I.L 'l"'1 . ' rLVl . m nu-- sinners' thrnne rnnin veateritni' nn.1 nn. plied for a Job as ring arbitrator. He'll hear about It next week. The suspension that hung ever no heavy oer the hctil of the Long Acre A. t , wns linen jesterduy. The Johnny Harvey matter came up aa usual. Tho ! case, which Involves the payment of J.10U to Harvey for appearing ready to battle al Ihe 135th Street Club,1 though he didn't tight, was tumid over . to the Attorney-Oeneral for n final set- 1 tlement , The Wallace A. C was on the aawilnat trail for failure to pay Hilly Dennett 1 $50 for demonstrating the manly art to tm- ctistomeis, 1 ne commissioners said : I "You pay poor Hill." and the club did. The eonimlssloners nearlv fell off tlielr thronn when John WYIsnutntlo appearM with a complaint. This Ii. the first time John has appeared to make a kick of any kind, though thousands hae been lodged against him. John wanted Franklc Notter scolded for not appear ing In a scheduled bout last Saturday night. Notter spoke right up nnd said he went to bed late Saturday afternoon awfully sleepy and having 110 alarm clock remained In a somnolent condition until awakened by neighboring chlm.-s I 111 111 N II1I1IIV 1 Mil rll 1 11 (T . I lirrifll 1 kiiiil I lift ... commissioners that he would be ready to tarry out nn contract next rwurday Tnl,,, .,t " Ti u lu llu, lilcnr ir.at uiinv l.lf.utnn - ....... is going to give the faithful an Puliation or tne late Miiiuey ueirnei at the ,st i Nicholas Hlnk . he Is a ringer of .llmniy Johnston says poor Ketchel In looks miii nnppy tens Johnston that ho not . only looks like Ketchel but that people lieu sim in ii nn iiius line iveienei. Fights like old Htete? Well, then, let the small boyH and crlpi.les get back of ropes, for there will bo fur n-tlylng. The fans could struggle along with nn- i other Ketchel, Has anybody told Happy ; n"'n . .n'AnV:." 1 like a trip hammer? Hugh Shannon writes from Krie, Pn that lie has taken Jimmy Puffy In tow and lu the future the diamond studded nrnmoterB will have to talk to Iluffv through one Shannon. Duffy, who ramo wltl,ln n" HC ot '"hI,,k " ,,'K 1,1 "" "Uu n)oh,1(l uccMent recently, ),s recovered and according to Shannon will begin to fight in September. 1'p to now Charley Murray of Huffalo has been Jimmy's , Poll!"r' Crotona 11 ii at Itetalu Troph. For the fifth corsserutlvn time the nth. l.i.. tt (Viilnnn t.'lld onln.l nee .1.. in'" . ..... ..,,,v,, ,,ii mo team aurels for the Hodman Warn. maker trophy at the sixth annual track and field championships of the Vacation Playgrounds of Hronx county, held on their field yesterday afternoon. They lmd to tight hard all of the wny to win. V. P. No. 3 and 42, Inndlng tho honors with 22 isilnts, pressed the vlotoin hard throughout. Hoth fell short by a point In tying them The latter organlnuloiis were deadlocked for second place, Willi 21 points apiece. V, P. No. IS waa a closo itiurd, with 11 axes, REYHOURN HUNS TO CHALK SitATOoA, Aug. 10. The Qulncy Stable's Wuterboy colt success won the Troy Helling Stakes for two-year-olds this afternoon In one of the cloi'est finishes seen nt the present mceiing of tho Saratoga Association. He beat Auuust lleltnont's Kernrock by a nose, desplto the usual rldltw tactics of Tur lier, who rode the Belmont colt nnd who went out of his way to bear out with Kernrock In the Inst eighth of a mile when he found that Success was catch ing him. Another strange feature of the vic tory of Success was that In previous races he has ahown the dlsllko of his sire for muddy going, such aa prevailed to-day. That he would tako more klinlly to the mud this nfttrnoon was n lit Id-, pntod by his stable connections, and. lie ( was one of the four well played horses In the rave which brought out a Held of nine useful youngsters. The shock that the form players ex- perlencwl when they saw Success run ning over horses through tihe sticky mud was slight compared to tha astonish men that greeted the victory of C. K. O. Hillings' rieybourn In tho handicap at seven furlongs that followtd. Hey m -arte,, the oustlder field In of three, which Included Mrs. J , Shll- ug'a Conning Tower, whloh h id won III all of his three starts here. As no ntinnuticemeiit was made of an Inves tigation Into the sudden Improvement shown by the nged galloway. It Is pre sumed thnt tlle stewards were satis fied that his coming to life was due to natural causes, but with nothing ex cept his last rave to go by the rutik nnd Hie expnssed considerable dNsatla faction at the success of the toiip. It was only last Saturday that Iley Ixiurti ran on a muddy truck of much the same nuture as that which pre vailed to-day. He did not show the least speed and finished last, benten by Hurry Shaw, One Step and Coy Iid. He was thirteen lengths behind. i Harry Shaw at the finish and eight lengths behind the Indlffetent per.'ormer Coy las.il. There was no appreciable atgn of serious bolting on him In that race, l nerd and the excuse was glen that he did j nol ke tne K0ng. To-day he was , backe.1 from 10 to I down to f. to 1, , ,h(r wn nc((, , mB)e excuses on account of the track. Key bourn Just followed the pace set by Conning Tower and Superintendent to tho stretch, and then llnrner down to win by i greater margin than Zn-XZin " Comilng "Tower ajl ZnuX bksreichbutYhTs.ma ,no nan oeen nenien on .-aiuruay. ityrne through the backstretch. but this .smart uirrs--yenr-oia nnisneti niteen leiigtns behind Iteyhoum and three lengths In' front of Sunerlntenrlent. The sum - marlra . FIRST RACE For two year olds whlth hate not won more than two racee; by aubrlptlon of tlO. won i aoueii, nve aim a nan luniinh''- Itnr.e and aze t Jiii'Ue itIit. rin, I'rlniT Harry. : Ilk IIS. ! lir Ilutwrll MeAtee Turner lliri.e 2-S S-l , Knekvale Fleiiro. j S-J 3' IS 4 6 I ( J-l t. llla.-k Coffee. I KM Cluu.l. ! 10.1 Herbert I.'.-I 10 TMiTn.-'l S)-l Time l :ij j r. timul siart, won easily Prince Harry li e. by Mctjre -While Plume; owneil by J 11 Slemner. Jr : trs.lm.1 by C II lliuhrs SECOND RACE For three-yt-ar-olde and upward which have not won ll'' in 191S; .illiiu, purse lieo: one mile. Horse and a;e W t Jockey ITICf s r in I') Mi'Atee ti-J 3 S 1 5 fiariler 13-S 4 S 2' I'l'i .Hut well c :. 3' 107 O linen f, 1 -S I 107 .Lanillle. 13-1 Id I Timei :i:. Shn. 3 Tinkle Hell. 3 Ilrlan ftwu. 3 Sam MUk. 3 KllmlUllly 3 Uooil .tart; won easily Shviie... eh f . by Hi. Majr.iJ Mr. K ; nwncil by Thomas Cljde, trained by A U We.ton THIlll) It ACE For three ear old. and upward; haiidirap. .elllnr. by .ul'sirlptlon ot lio. Willi .l"ll a.iiieii, one nine . ,',',"'n,n"V1 ","' Vo'i Keie'ri' " l ; p7 ?" 103 M,'cahi- i-l 7 10 : Lahore, ared it: lalley 1-6 oul 3 .. . Tlme-1 .43 3-s w"00;1. f"; V r'ownr, 1. jiih ft' I ..Jhurr. trained 'by J V .- liorr FtV'ItTH ItACE The Troy: for two-year-olds: sellhn; hy 1 subairtptlon of tlO .lartera t pay V.t ailili tional. siiaranleej iah alu- ll."M, Hie and 11 halt turloiica. llor-e ami a.e lli'il-ss. .- Fi-rnroi k. 3 .. .. Wt Jockey 1S. MK'ahey .psi Turner , r,n lint uell 107 Lilly Pi tlarner P .1 MeT.i; rt 100 Cutttpbell M.mlliu. '" I, Mile Si-ottl'h Kiil-iil Sun Cod, Uurlar. ; Helen Marie. V I nilKinn Washburn 4' i !:-! , rime 1 -12 1 3. linnd atirl: wm drlvin; duiscss li - hy Water Ho-Knit rprlse owned by Qiuncy .liable, trained by J KiUsinimnn. ' liFTH HACK For three ear-'ld nnd upward haiulii'iin; by siibs-riiitlon ot .10. with fj aildcd, .even . iit-lnim m , " 1 . . , orn- .uui inr lirila.urn.ifHl 1 tiu.-nrj iii,-. rin 7 tiarner . 6-1 l-.s !' Coiminr T.iwtr. 3 II" Hyrne 5 5 out i Sup.rimrndclit, I t" MiCaln-y ls-i 3-.ri ! Time I 3! linnd st art : won tnsllv Iteyhnurn, h c , )iv Star Shoot Last Itrsort owned by C K fi Itlllinir.: trained ).y C T Patterson SIXTH HACK For maiden lliree-year-nlda and upward mid wlnnera ot one race only, puree I40o; oiw llorae and lite Wt Jockey Fneee Kill , Orumpy. 3 . 101 .I'lti ll-.". P10 l' Menlo Park. 3 107 Turner fi-.l ." Colli, 5. P"!.. Ilutwrll . '! 7,'. J ' Duke of Dunbar. 3 19.. Henry . Sd I Freiman. 3 . 107 Oil . . f,.l : 1 f, Itu.lll, i 103 J McT.n'rt 5-1 . 1 St L.lJcrlllll. 3 101. MeAtee .. iri-l ill 7 B II 4 Tucker. 3 107 .McDrrm't f)-l .'0-1 S Time 1 :4il flood atari: on ea.lly Oruririy. b r In Cannpua Florentla: owned by C J llrouk ........ i i... i' ti . ,, ... miller: tralne.1 by 0 ll.i.eer NEWPORT MIXED DOUBLES ON. M ra, A. S. llnnl en nnd Frnnel" lloehr Tnke Hot Mnli'li. NKWPottT, Aug, lfl. After a itt- 1 ponement for more than a week the, mixed doubles tennis tournament at tho Casino was finally started to-day, the , first and second rounds being played. The hardest fought match wn' thnt be- tween Francis Hoehe and Mrs Arthur Scott Burden against Mrs. John Jacob Astor and Charles K. Hands, The former pair won, but it took three ... . . i, ... ,..,. j SeiS IO HO ll, llll'l Ulu i-.ni net inn ill . , rled Into extra gnmes before It waa , decide. The summary . rir.t Hnund Mra W Onadliy Lnew- and . Craig Hlddle beat Ml.a Dorothy Wllliird and T W, Potter, 63. 63, I Hecond Hound Ml.. Anna Sand, and F. R. Dlvon beat Mr.. Howard 0 dulling and II C. Morgan. 63; 63; Mra Arthur Hrntt nurden and Franil. Hnche heat Mra John Jacob Aitnr and Charles 13. flaml.. 36, 6 4, 76i Mr. Harold Mlnutt and Oilier I'errln beat tils. Itiith V Twnmbly and Willing Hpcnrer by default, Mrs, bo-wand Mr. Hlddle beat Mil. r!o;ihle J.. Mott I and II. T, Cblttendtn, 6 I, 1. SARATOGA ENTRIES. J"lrt Rare Knr twoearnlil handicap ; tihik, im aim a nail luriuntir 111 r a .. . . in,. lit. in. lit Cluvator ., IOT.,sU iniot M 'liirtoilo W srvln In lUIPopne 1M 111 Serond Itn.-e-S,efile"!iae: Inr ntaldei s llirre jcar ol.l. anj upwaiu: aK'Ul to nitlrn' '""'II ale II.SnwniKn II.' (Ireelan Ilinl. 11.1 Valrntltie . . ..Hi Molindone . . . Ill .Mrnarli IIJ Thlnl ltn-e K.ir two )ar.ol'j; the FlaMt. five ami a hslf tn.-lonss: iiitm llenrr ... lP'i.Malaelilte .. . . 107 l'fltiie of t'omii, IP;, Fourth Haiv-Vnr nurm: thiee jrrar oliN nun uiiwini; iiaTiuieap; oi.e nine. Water Witih to. One Men. .. lVntprlilonmni III llninm Hner. Poniette Him. , pi; Ktnree . ... lv.-, 9J 9 lip 51 lit tflrt ion 111 pw 1M un Fifth Hare Kor threeyear-olda and warn; senior; ix iurion;s: Mrllth in 'rorrraft ., I'l'i, Cnrntirnuni 101 A ruin 1U Countrriiart ... loa.'Heierh Jam-f. l'"N'ailr IM'San Vega Ida briiiro Po.'Jeiall Kldl lMIln )n j'mi.,;, ".IUoVij Sarsenet Marshall '""'"'j Ci.,1. tl .. I..- . ..!.( .. .. I janl: hauilicipi selllnt j'oiie'mllei I X",m pj w'o'rff. ' vr:. up. 112 "fx- wi Marshon llrjlilrr Apprentli allom-ance elalnieil SARATOGA TURF NOTES. HAItAT'MIA, Auk to Didders tip were Miy In tH .tllh nnti to.itjy. and s a mull Thomas riyiln ln.l flhvnei-. sn- IlimAr,..! .rt.. ,1... ..mil. I 1. ...!. ! '""re fur lirfeillng purpo.n tii.n vn pild . "i iii I' J. . iiriirirw ninr Frin nun I the nrrnn'1 Tar. .Hhnfi. was entrreil to t' oi for 1700, anil an there no line there to prniert hrr fur Mr. r-) i1 ihe was knorkul Ui)n to Unlrlck at an advance of IIM. it f'Olt tlie nueer nf Miirri... mnnev In win the Troy eelilnfr takf. There wn U.ely" M.lillng "n this .mart filly, and when Trainer Pltr.lmmon. took lier lurk to the .lahle It un. afirr be li.ul bid the li Mini S ,nrr the hlKllt't blil of I5.S00. whlrh was II, 50D more than her rnternl pr're. There via. anothrr tioo.t In the la.t rare on hy ilrumpy. I.uke Ca.l.ly, artlni: on behalf nf .) I, Ifolinnd entircd the fray nnrl hlil ilrumpy tip 1700 when he un. protected h his owner. ? J llrockmlller T. Andereon, familiarly known a Kaiiy. ha. arrltnl with k string nf nine hor.e.. which hive hoen raring In t'ainda Charles T. 1'atter.nn l lioke.l to .nil ror r.naian'i on Auru.t JO. It l umter .loo.t that he I. golna; over to buy hnre for Frederick Jnlinion anil C K. CI. nil Unas while thorouchbreds are cheap oter there Trainer lleftner h.iJ quite, n time with Aaylade when .he w.n working nn the Oklahnini track this mornlne; The fitly ran away, and after stepping three mile, made her way mer tn the IL.r.e Haven track and galloped around the jeurllni pre.ene. for two more Former (iovernnr Martin II Olynn was one nf the vlaltnrs to Hie track. Oilier eue.t. nf the Saratnita ai.oditlan were Major Henrv Hill II indhnlii, eomm in.llng rili to.ine j niru li.ili.uinn ni tne rn! -t him I faniry. and t'api Chamberlain ine inira n.ili.iilon nr tlie Thirtieth In- Schujler I.. Par. nr. In. leased th Ally .larnha frnm J ). Keene for the Crab Ilia Handicap, to be run next week. I T .'ri.,.h Ho.-ra I'nll lu War, PaMh, Aug. 10. The latest casualty 1 ' contains the names or two more J '.."V' " 'i """' v.' neen k lled in action Kugene Trlckrl. a e p-1 ulnr feat.ierwelght. fell while charging, at the hear! of his . section in the Ar- gonne. Trlckrl had Just bayonttted Herman when a shell exploded nearby and blew him to pieces.. Toulls, lly weight, has died of wounds In a Herman hospital, (laston I'jcot, the 'heavyweight who heat Dan McO-.ldrlck n l'arl", wus wounded badly by shrapnel but ! pio greaeltiK favorably In a hospital at Cette. I'aa lllc ('mist l.nicue. San Francleco, S. Salt Luke, 0 I Anaeles, 4, Oaklaml. 7 Vernon, . 1'nrtl.inil. 4. A $1925 Car at $1550 Chalmers Six-48 Seven -Passenger Touring Car We introduced this car at $ 1 925. Over 1 0,000 of them are in active use. With out cutting the value one iota we now offer this car at $1550. The plant is working on a production four times greater than ever before. Consequently we are now able to sell A Quality Car at a Quantity Price This is the best value we have ever offered and the sales for the past week prove that the wise motor car buyers in this neighborhood realize it. Stop in and ice the car they are all talking about. Chalmers Motor Co. of New York, Inc. Broadway and 50th Street 'Phone 2980 Circle Brooklyn Bedford Ase.and FultonSl Phone 3700 Bedford Ceorg Stowe, ".( V'our A'til l'KTIClt SCOTT WINS STAKK ClltASD tUflPS, Mich., Aug. 10. Peter Scott, the I'lttsburg stallion, won an Import-tut (Jrand Circuit stake to-day for tho sts'otvl lime In four days, annexing: the n,nt)0 Furniture Manufacturers slake for 2:01 trotters. Peter Scott, however, bad no easy time aa he was oiitrnced In tlio llrst heat by llonlnglon lu the fastest heat of the race. Honing ton broke mid toak such a long run In the M'cond heat that he was distanced by the Judges In spltn of some vigorous protests. A new two heat record for mares of '.Mm", nnd 2:02 was es tabllsJieil III the 2 ;"J nice by Flower IMrrct ntil the 2:0S iviclng stake fur nlslml it surprise In the defeat f the BUpNedly Invincible Single O, Single tl unbeaten until to-day, wis soundly trimmed In straight heats. Sin gle (i. sold tor tr0, ltu.sselt Hoy, ISO. Aconite J15, nnd Titer larten. ?10, but when I'op tleera hooked Into Single (!. with Hussell Hoy In the tlrst heat ho dlp)ayel distress slgtvilM at the finish nnd after that was n KMteu horse. Aconite made Hussell Hoy paco tho rei'onil be.it lu 2:02?, to win, this being the fastest he.it lu the pacing stakes till sea Mn. Margaret Iru!en outclassed the trot teis In the 2:04 event nnd Cox Jut let hei breeze two heats to get the money. The summaries : S!01 pare; 11,000; three In ne: ' '"" '"' ' '' Hu.lle-Pat. enter (t.eer.i ? ! ? Aconite, b. h, (Cnxi .1 : I Hlngle ! . Ii. . ItSn.nelll i 4 I Peter Firrcn, b h Willi" .4 3 t Timr--::0iv.. ;-o;,. ::oi, Furniture .Manufacturers Slake; IS.OOO; ::9S trot . three In lite peter .-tcntt. h. h.. by IVter the Ureal i.Murphyi 3 111 Wnrthv l'rlii' e, li h. (fun 3:32 Klnir I'liin.nian, br. Ii. I MrMahoniS ; 4 I Duchess, io m. I McDonald! . 4 IPu.ens . Ii k llliidneyi. ... 7 S 5 l.U'lKe Hpler. b in illgani . s 7 v 1 IVter MiCormlck. h. . iShiilerH ll dr HonlnKt'in. ill .. iiteersi l ills Tlme-J 04,. 3:0S'4. : 'f''. .0S ;. 5.01 pice; 11,000, two 111 three. Flower Direct h. in., by Direct. Star (Whlleliei.il 1 t llrailen Dlreet. I.Ik. li. (Eganl 3 1 Karl .Ir h. (dixl 1 t It. II lire: t. I. it Hirailyi 4 4 Time S:00,. 2:0.t,. I-0I trot. 11.000; two In three: Margaret Drulen, b. in , by Peter the Ureal (Cox I 1 1 .lean, br m. (McDetltti : 3 Ttrlirht Aswnrlh), b g (Murphy).. . 3 3 Hlar Wlnttr. b g IM Dona'di I 4 Time !:., I'.OS',. Mlllnirii snlur Dlaiitinlllteil. AKi'.o.s'. Ohio, Aug. 10. Mllburn S.iy lor was disqualified In the fourth round of hl scheduled twelve tound go with Johnny Urlllltlnt to-night. Saylor waa going strong when Heferee I'at Mclntyre k,r.ll1t..al ttw. ,ir,v.nt llii'w tn,inllsA flul'loi ,.r,st(.,i hitting lifter tlie command , ,i...ik. It was a ulp and tuck affair , ,lle ,.,. w,, cmi'lis leading on ,,. lt s.ilor was beginning to get in some hard drives to the bod. Iliilnri'j ellt Hide Mnriitlion, The team composed nf (Jeoige Hamil ton and licorg" Sperl won the motor ojele marathon laco at the Hrlghton lie.ii h Motordrome last night, creating a retold of il in uiues 10 i.'-." tecondaj , for the tweut-slx mien Oeorge Mer J i-u-r and Steidi.tno (iuaeciiielll were I second, finishing one l.ip behind, J.r.er City 2527 Boulererd 'Phone 1543 Dcrgrn General Managar Car ie a Chalmtri '