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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUiNE 10, 1U1G.
Two Former Champions to Play for Metropolitan Crown To-day Mrs. Raymond Defeats Mrs. Barger JVallach 12 HERRESHOFF AND KIRKBY TO FIGHT IT OUT FOR TITLE "Seal'' flpfents Downey and I)yer ''Orc.vlioiind'' Dents Lewis ntnl Mnrston. ItOTH FINALISTS PLAY PrOT TO 1 V If fill I'J""1' t,in latter were overwhelmed by Ml HUM ,Mr oppi)Mnlllt Thn Phlladelphlnn took C.t.r.x Covr. I,. I., Jim D. Oswald Klrkby and 1'red Herreshoff. known In i"W " "" lloMon players to take ! of yore ns the (Ireyhound nn.l Iho, ,'7n?,c,h ?n rt he7'rve nccom- Kent ni . , i. ,h,i,. I pH'lied the Impossible of winning all six Hem, will meet to-morrow In the. thirty f , fliume contests. It was decided lx nolo nnnl round of the eighteenth to call off the latter, ouch team taking Metropolitan amateur golf championship three points. This gave the Phll.idel on the links of the .Nassau Country Club. ! 'ltto tontlnscnt a win for the day of In the semi-final round this afternoon the' ,, Bolf un(,cr ,0.()ay conditions lithe and graceful Klrkby beat Max It. I was nn Impossibility for tho women, Marslon by 2 up and 1 to play, while lhr bclni; quantities of water on the h, more pondrrou, but none the less of- ,utl and Tectlvo Herreshoff was downing Frank ' . Ruiny Osgood dug-a hole for them IV. Dyer by 3 up and 2 to play. I selves and later tho grecnkieper made Both finalists nrn former holders of l-ermanent for the day. Miss I), W. ., .... . , , . ., , . , ,, Crosby nnd Mrs. K. II. linker, Jr.,vvvere the title for which they will strive. Her-1 tll0 on)y oMon womfn t ,vn reshofT having won It In 1J10 and Klrkby , To-morrow the Metropolitan team In 1DH. They are both old rivals on the playn lloMon nnd, Judging from the links nnd fast friend withal and to- weakness of the local organization, the innrrow'H match should be well worth; Now Yorkers should win easily, In reelng, If nny further ,isur:ihee of Itai which case the Grlscom trophy goes to prooable merit Is needed the fact that both played par golf most of the way In j winning; their matches t.ils afternoon hould fill the want. It was the Klrkbv-M.irston mntrh which carried the gallery this afternoon.' It wan not n pleasant day for a golf match, for there was n threat of more fain In the dull sky, but tho weather was so much better than the last two days that about fifty persons trudged .round after the two starn who fought illt ft forty hole match it Knglewood only- last Saturday. Largely because he won at Knglewood, Klrkliv was the favorite, but for the llrst half of the mutch he found himself embarked on a stern chase. Klrkby wns playing every hole In par, but Mnrston contrived to bet ter par every now nnd then. It took n 1 golfer with real courage to stick to bis irnme under such circumstances, nnd , Klrkby proved to be Just that sort of, Rolfcr: He was content to wait for'nker. got Into another back of the Mnrston to falter, nnd ns It proved he Brent with his third shot nnd lln.il y dopted the right policy. JMrst Three. Are United. The first three holes wore halud In mechanically perfect golf, each plalng the orthodox number of strokes to the Breen and getting down In two putts. .J- though on the third Mansion left himself utmost ton much to do and had to i got lowu an eight toot putt to hale the hole. Tho little fourth was the fcene of Mars- ton's llrst triumph. Ills splendid Iron; from the tee slopped only two arils from . the cup nnd enabled him to win the lioie in 2 to 3. It was .1 sho-t lived advau-l tnge that he gained, for ho p.aeo uie 4:i yard llfih I" li.dHT.icnt faslilon. winding up by taking three putt- m the green nnd a t". for the lum. wirhDj, ntlcklns to his policy of plaH.H par goii. won the hole with a :. ana squared the match. ... . . , They hnhed the sWth In ... Mnrston i ..rnverlnir well from n trap, but on th H-venth Mnrston raine through with . lufniv foot nult that gax blm a, tbe'elghib'and K ! It. halving thn hole, but made tm for , it a minute or two later by ilrlvlnc , closo to the ninth green, chipping up dead nnd getting another 3, which won , the bolo nnd put him " up nt ' 110 lialf way mark, l'ar is .IS nnd Klrkby wa out In r,. nut .Marsious iuuu " SC. nnd he sun " up, Tk tr nili was halved In 3, but on the eleventh tho first break came. Mar- 1 Whitney, was expected In flvilit it out fton sllci'd to the roiuh. plae, nut wl. wltli Klrkby In a real druggie, hut he enough but finally throw tinny the hole fa,., ( ,. Up to expectations. Nothing by missing an easy putt, t'p Iho bill eremed to go light for Iho ouug Wst to the twelfth Maistnn wavered again. Chester champion, while Klikby plaod Jle booked his second with bis Iron p.tr Kolf. Tne (lrst two holes went to nnd then thinking the ball was out of t10 j,rsey champion and nt the seventh IwundM placd another. 1' went the 1 ). was 4 up. U-wls took tho shoit wny of the tint, sn ho plaed a third, e.sbth, tho only hole ho won, and man nnd that too went oft the line. Then aKp, to halve the ninth, so he was only upon reaching the hilltop ho found that 3 down nt thn turn, bfitkby was out the first ball 'ns safe after all, but In 3S lie plnrd out poorly,, and Klrkby, who- Lewis resumed hV erring ways ns liad plased tho hb vv oil, wn It nnd soon ns the turn wns passed and lout Iho npiared tho match. The trip down next tttre.i holes, leaving Klrkby dormlo tho hill to tho thirteenth was no more i li. A hnlf on tho thirteenth gave Klrkby dicccssful for Marslon than the Jnur-, Iho match by fi up and .r to play, ney up had been. Ho should have halved ! The other Lewis, M, I. or Toby, ns the hole, but he misled n short putt, i his friends call blm, outplayed Max and Klrkby was up for the first time. i Murston going out nnd renched Iho turn j : up. Ho stopped playing golf right Ml rs I'nr for 11 rat Time. ' thero nnd Mnrston hnd no troublo In . i ... ii I,.-. , . ' Hid squaring Iho mitch and then taking Being out in front didut seem to , , , Thi( im(l,h Ia(,tp,, ultl, ,,. Full the New Jersey champion, for ho t rc.u.ntllli .Mrston took throe putts on the short fnuileenlh Hmin,. ,, , ; t0 pay. nnd lo.t the hole, tho llrst which he , 1( 'nornlllK pvonent was Hoy bad fulled to play In par. 1 he long , yt,)M lh icnnslvnnla champion Jlfleenth was not well placd by either. , mnulril all f)f n,H ,, K0if for n,P day both finding traps on their thlld shots, , ,h (t on matcll. vt,,b plned well. Klrkhy'H ball being In the Hinllow trap , t J( ed b(,ttcri a,i , j,y to tho left, while Marslon s was In the , , ,)Ia).t PrrPSioff ami deeper pit illicitly in front of the green. ,.irlil )owney were tho opponents In Neither put his fourth dead, but Mai-' l( f,Mlrlh ,oiuiug match, and If they don threw the hole nwny by taking I (Ml, ,inthng ,.fP they stayed out longer three putts, and was 1 down with ""b" I than liny of tlio r.tlier". Herreshoff brokn thiee holes left to piny. j,,, favorte mid Iron nn tlio twelfth, but Klrkby's cernnd on tho sixteenth W'ns although he needed It a couple of Union trapped nnd although be plavcd out well Ml.r im lft lnan:ii;cfl to beat Pownoy by Mnrston bail a great chance to win ., u, ,( i lo ,,)ny. Tho pair celfbraled Toy getting a little chip shot from Just occasion by playing Iho tlrst bye off the green close 10 tne pin. me,,0,, of tho tournament, no one up lo ball run far over tho cup, however, and the coldcn opportunity lied. Tho bole was halved In li and ho Mill vvai I down, but had only two holes! left to play. Klrkby ended It on Hie next ere in fcy holing nn eight foot putt for n i. v. hereupon Marslon missed ono nbout lialf ns long and gave up the light. The cards: o.wald Klrkby, i;nclwnnil Out I 3 5 6 4 S 4311 36 Max It Marston, lulturnl Out ( t, D S f. t, 3 J 3- Klrkbv: 111 3 4 4 4 4 S 5 4 .Marstnn: In. 3 J 3 " 5 5 B)e holes not pU)cd. No l'nllrr for llerreshnfT, Fred Herreshoff didn't have n gallery to wntch him while ho was beating IJer nnd playing just ns good golf nn Klrkby v.in before the crowd. When the Klrbj Mardon tnalcli w.ih over a few watchers XXIimtr-rra Imi'll In l,n I Inn tunff ...i.l far ahead that ho didn't have lo play i xvell. Hyer seemed to suffer from singe I fright or snmn kindred malady when (ho I match began, for lie lost live of the llrst rlx holes principally by mK-Ing his hoc- I nnd shotH. Ilerreshnh In the meantime played each nt the Hist four III par. and the llflh, 4 sr. jnrds, In a Mrnkn under par. a goon tiriv o nml a JlKht Imn to llllll In tho green, nnd ho got down In 1 tU-.l lllltlM Tl,n ulill. I.A 1. ... - S.J",,"!; "'""V iTi. .'SuPrilnun,,. K ... n.eliardion, une nioini snot nun ii.nl only n hK font putt for his 3, which lm mail,., ami vnn thn hole The next two uer,. butvn.i In par figures, nnd Herreshnrf turned for homo 4 up nnd out in 37, n stroko lens than par rer won the tenth, 3 to 4. and the eleventh wns halved In f., Herreshoff llcln Ills eecond shot Into trouble Thejr also halved the uphill twelfth, but en the thirteenth Dier drove Into a WOMEN OF PHILADELPHIA CRUSH BOSTON GOLFERS Take Thirteen of Fifteen Singles Matches in Forenoon, So Afternoon Foursomes Are Called Off Easy Time in Prospect for New Yorkers. Manchkhtkii, Mass., Jimn 9. All thei Kolfers who participated In the (Irlscom Cup match between the Philadelphia nnd HoKton teams nt l.cx County to-day were ilcluRcd In the downpour of rain thirteen of the fifteen slnclcs contests I this forenoon, nnd ns It would havo been Richardson Makes' 192 Yard Hole in 1 QLEN COVE, L. I.. Juno 9. While plnyinp in the club pair competition, F. B. Richardson, Morris County, made tho four teenth hols, 10'J yards, in one stroke, Kichnrdson s partner was P. Moore, whoso card dovetailed in so well with his that, including the "one" on the fourteenth, they finished third in the competition with n score of 39 .10 78. surrendered the hole Ilotb ilrovo Into the pit (in the left of the green on the fourteenth, nt-d the hole was halted in t, making llerreihoff donnle 4 It looked ns though tli match would rml thc Ion(. flf(fclll, w. I)1(,r mifjici K.cond shot, but llerreahonr waj, i;el,t uniting before pl.ivlng his thril ,,y fmlr blU m,c)l i,.a.l. and u))(,n m,ajv ,vaH invited to come tllroll(;lli lullne, HWay nt thr ia) lm. paHymiy aml InovP, (t ai,ut ten yards, fmlrtll ma(n Kreen. but he still ,v.s h0mPU,al nurrit-il by the delay, nnd took ,,,e pimfi nver w,u,lng In to - T!)c rx.cem!l ,,rovr, ,,, l(. ,h )a, ,loI(t in,.Xf,ri n,i wllen lt wns M.,1(., n a , nMlh wafI ovcri rn,. c.,r(ls; prril jterrehon. (Vnrdn rity wut i i:i i t i I 43; Frank W Dyer, Montcl ilr: Herreihotf: , t)rri 8 4 t 4 I 1 II I I I le holei not plard. '' T mornn(. wns p(,n, n ciParB the for S(.i-niial liy c-uttltiK tlio tu,M ( rli;U ,Mt FUrvv.l yesterilay'x 1)iiiy to fouri nlll rur0U!ty enough the match that wns . peeled to bo Iho best nt lhe ot aI)(1 tt,kH uus folloue-J by the gallery turned out to bo tho inot one ldfl .'iirnnnler if nil. Ucze'.o l.owls. .. hn , i i,intI rnrier nnd N'olson Hint time having found the weather suitable for playing mm bit more golf than hu wa compelled to. Curler nnd IIiiiiiiIiik Win. Tho annual competition for club pnlr was placd this afternoon and resulted In a vlctoty for Philip darter and Clif ford Punning, Playing for Nassau, whose seoro was 35, 4I--T. Waller . I Travis, tin. retiring Metropolitan champion, 'phi veil with Cornelius J Sullivan for Harden City, but their m'oi o of 37, 10 - T7 ' ....! (rnr-t f,.illlMl In ll-ln Tlln ll IH.l ,W.u I."..- - .... ..... hummnrles: Chatntilinsliln IM.Won, Third Hound -I v lr. .vpiiitrlalr. teat It n VVVMi, Ilnglewoo'd. ! "d I, ' llerreslinff, li.ir ilon rity, bent II I.. Kowiicy, Ap.iwainls, " ami I: M II .vurston. ll-iltiiTnl, bei 5l P I,es, l'lii'lilng. .1 .ind (w,ild Klrkby, IhiKlewrio.i, Peat II. .VI Lewis, VVyknKl. and H fend (Inal llnuiul llrrre'lmlT ho.it Dyor, J an, I J. Klrkhv lt Marslon, : and t iinalrn SlKteen of Cli.inilil"nliln HM- slon, .ecoiul ftnuinl John M Ward, liar .j- italglit, Mnssapeaua. i. and I; L. P. nwver, -lw'ano). boat VV V Pell. I'lirrry Valley. 1 up: (' II. nrnwn. Pt Andrews, !"'." Prhrt. Hrrenwieh, I up CI s,n,'t.tlnal llmmd -While beat Ward, t tin llrnw-ti beat riwver, tt nnd 4. Third KUIeen, SetilLnnal llnunil ft I. ireenw.it, ilnrden t'lly, beat W l lllcks. Nassau, 2 up, H C. Mahoii. Ardsley, bent ' ' ro'urlh Sixteen, Seeon.l Hound - 41 "v l.'..l.l... !ll,!l..wnnit. he.lt 1".. I'nn k'n.r ,1. I. Mullivnn, .ew vnrn uoir, a mni Vtnrrls County, heat .1. T. lllllennle. Mori Is County. I up (2D hnlesl. Holder Ileal II I, I'n.tt Nassau, 3 nnd I Club Pairs I. V O rnrier and ('. A KiintilliK. Nsssiu, 86, 41 7fi, W .1 Travis mid C .1 f'llllllau, Cnnleii rity, nt. 4" 77. P Moure and I II lllihardsoii, Morris C.'lllltv, 31, 39 7, M ll,ii,lel mid W (1 Pffll, Vnuntalenh, 41, 99 ;:i, II. L Downey mid J n. root, Apnwanils, 37. 42 79 O. C (ireenway and 8, i Mabnn, (Urdrn city, 39. 434:; It I' Decker nd J, Keurhtwanf er, Canoe llrook, 41, 4 II, them. Should the Boston team by any chance defent New York, the cup will be decided on points. Tho nssoclntlon held a meeting this nftc'rnoon to discuss the changed condi tions of piny for future (irlscom Cup matches and decided to lenve the mat ter to tho Individual taste of the three organizations making up the association. It Is not Improbnblo that the foursomes I'ontesls will he eliminated hereafter, the cup going to the team scoring the great est number of points In n round robin nr rangoment. The summaries: HI.NtJI.K3. Philadelphia-Mrs. It. It. Harlow- (5 .11. I; Mis M Caverly (32). t, Mr. H. F Fox ("11, 1, MIm E. Camp hell (t 3), 1; Mrs. II. II. Htetson. 0; Mrs. (I W, Munon (S 4), 1; MIm n. T, Chan Iter (l SI. t; Mrs. C F. Howley (1 up), li Mis Florence McNeeley, 0; Mini K. (1. Hood (8:), li Mr. V. r. I'eck, (S 4), I. MIm Prance Urlcom H SI, li Mrs. K. II. Killer (7 l), 1. Mm. Mllten Harold (.' I), I, Mm. F llradley (43), I. Tola).. 13. Huston Miss Y C. Oseood, 0; Miss It. P. CurtK 0; Mrs. tl. V Hoope. 0, .Mia K, W. Allen. 0. Mls D. W. (.'robv (321, 1; Mis Ann Nason, 0! Mrs. K. W Haley, 0; Mis I,. A. Well. 0: Mrs. B. II Iloker, Jr. (I--3). 1: Mis F. McCarthy, 0; Mrs (lay Metcalf. 0. Mr. H. A. Fletcher. 0; Mr. X. V Hitchelder, 0, Mils Alice Sargent 0, Ml M 1). Pierre, 0, Total, 2. FOCIISO.MKS. Philadelphia. 3. Urund tutal, 14. lloMon. 3. Urnn.l total. 6. STRAIGHT SETS WIN FOR MRS. RAYMOND New York Woman Defeats Mrs. Rarprer Wallacli in National Tourney. Piin.APKt.rillA, June The last two Phlladclphlntw were eliminated from the nlngles section of the women's national tennis tournament as a result of the phy to-day In tho fourth round on the courts of the Philadelphia Cricket Club. Miss Alice Patterson of the home club met defeat when she tackled Miss Kvclyn Soars of Itoslon, national champion In 130.".. while Misi Phyllis Wnleh of the Country Club was put out of the running by MIsh Kleonorn Sears of Iloston, holder of n half of the national doubles title, Mrs. Ceorgn It. Wlghtman belti tem porary possessor of the other lialf Mrs. IMwanl Itaymond of New York won a surpr'.dngly eay straight set vic tory over Mrs. Harger Wallacli, the New port Casino veteran, tho score being H- '. am', C 3, and vv'P tr.ect M'-s Ilvolyn Soars In the semi-tlnnN. Mis Stisanno Wmto of Haltimore, playing a plucky uphill game, pulled her match with Mrs. John It. Hall of New Yoik out of the tire and will meet Miss I'leononi Se.itM In the other semi-final contest. Mls IMIth Handy nnd Mr. W. II. Pouch of New York, who are looming up ns the possible surprise of the women'H doubles section, kept up their good work this afternoon by defeating Miss Kvelyn Sears and Mrs. T. 11 Cabot of Itoton. The supeilor team work of the Now YorkeiH offset tho greater Individual brilliancy of the Il.wtoiilans Mrs. IMw.ird Hiymond and Miss IMna Wildey of New York struck a snag In Iho tlrst set of their match with Mls Margnrettn Talnr and Mrs. l'rsklno Smith of Now York and barely mntiaged lo win by 7 games lo .". They showed their real form In Iho second m, how ever, and reditu; tT Iho games In rapid lire fadilnu won out by a s,ore of i", lo S. (n senil-llnal match In tho chain plntHilp doubles was dlsiosei of, Mrs, IMwanl ItaMiiond nml Miss Kdnn Wildey of the metrotiolltan ilislrlct defeating .Miss 1'jIUIi Handy of Stalen Island nnd Mrs, W. II. Pouch of the Wet Side Ten nis Club. New York, In dralght sets by a score of 6 - I, 6-1. Tho summaries. championship dngle. Fourth Itnuml Mls lvelyn Sears. LonKwood I'rlrket Club, defeated Mies Allco I'.itternon, Philadelphia I'rliket Club. f 3, 62. Mrs lldward Itiy. Iilnli.l. Went Side Tennis Club, defeated Mrs Hirper Wallaeh, Newport Casino Ten nis I'lllll, C 1, K- 3, Mill Illeelior.l Seiirj, l.oncwon.l Cricket Club, defeated M Phyllis Walsh, Philadelphia Country Club, .1, tl 3 : .MIm Sujinne White, llalilmnro Country Club, defeated Mrs. John It. Hall, Wt Side. 46, li -6. 71 Championship Double., Third Hound VII. poroiliv IM.nton and Ml.. Susmne While .lefented Miss lilt A K.el and Mrs IbiUMnl! Wood, fi 4. 3 ft. fi 4. r.. lelward Ilamond and Miss Kdna Wildey ilefe.iteil Mrs. Lr.klne smith and Ml.s M.irKarett H Taylor, 7 ... fi--2; Mi.s IMIth Handy mil Mrs W II. Pnueh do fe.itiil Mrs. T II. Cibnt nnd .Miss Rvelvn Soars, -3. C 4 Seiiil.tln.il Itmind --Mrs. Harmond and Vllss Wildey di rented Mss Handy and Mr. Pollih, 15. f I Mixed Imilliles, .Seennd Hound Miss Kleonnrs SV.its t wp j; Divls ,te. fente.l Miss Husnnne White nnd llowland Kiaiis, Jr , f 3, c. - 4 Third ltniinil-M.s Mnlla lllurste.lt and C .VI Hull, Jr defeiteil Mrs. Haw. on VVnn, and VVnllaro ! Johnson. 61, ( 4 Mis. Ploreno Sheldon , p j, h.ikiii. defeati-,1 Miss Iinrothy IMston and A, ! Thiiier, 7 S, C--4 BINZEN REELECTED CAPTAIN. lie Is Chosen to Lend Fiirilhniii llnciinet tVlelilrr Acnln. Elliot II. Iltnzen, cnidalu of the Ford bam vmslty tennis team this year, wns agnln chosen to load the Maroon racquet wlolders for Iho coming year. Although he Is only in' years old and 1 onhoniote ItltlZetl ll:i nut I... ...II, la llrm fooling In the tenuis world, He I holds the national Indoor Junior chain- pioiiMiip nnil lias performed In clever fashion in the local tournaments. Itlnien will ic present tho college In a tennis match against an nlumnl star during the week. llnekett nml llehr Win. Yonkkrs, N. Y., June !. .v H. Y llnekett nnd .Mian llehr reached the round befoto tho semi. duals in thn Amackasslu Club open tennle nlngles hero lu-day by winning Iho only matches plajed on Iho rain soaked courts, llehr won In nlralght sols from .1 C. Ten Kvck nt fi 1, 1, whlln llnekett was forced to go three sots to defeat I'll M, Ilehar nt 64, 3 , fi 2, POSSIBLE WINNERS AT BELMONT PARK TO-DAY, lirtt Hare Ddnn Krnnn, Mnlfnu, lankre Nnlh.nt. Second Ilnrr Hssln, l'rlnre Henry, MiiMnrd. Third Hare line, Top 'o In' Morn. Ing, Tup lint. I'nurlh II n re Friar !tnr, Spur, (iiurrlilll. llflh Ilnre mil lluilley, Knlth, llliiiinb. hlxth Rare Fellrldad, Tumbler, Slarllnrh. HANSON CAPTURES BLACK STUMP STAKE Schuyler L. Pnrsnn's Geldinj; Runs Well in Mud nt Belmont Tnrk. FIVE FAVORITES WIN I Peep, sticky going made a field day for the mudders nt ttclmnnt Park yesterday, 1 with the result that the progeny of such , well known sires ns Star Shoot and I Plaudit carried off a large share of the honors. John K. Madden owned both of these famous racehorses and at the end of tho day be was able to point with tirlde In the tt-lnnlnr- list. Midden bred j the winners of the first, second, third I and fifth races and had a share of tho glory ensuing from a fourth, as he sold !lif wlnnnp Itnti.nn The talent was extremely prntlclent, every winner being outlined by the odds quoted, with the exception of tho first. In which Prlscllla, the winner, was squeezed out of the favorite's position by Alvord, which finished second. Them was little nourishment for the backers In three of tho races, as Cheer, Lysander nnd Old Ilroom were odds on choices nnd won with plenty In band. The Illack Stump Handicap was the feature of the card. The backers of the favorites obtained the real good price of S to5 against Schuyler I,. Parsons' Han son, which was selected ns tho pick of the flvo starters. Sam.McMoekln. which had Jumped out from thc selling plater class, was fancied by many nnd made n ganio effort to offset tho sliced of Hanson. Hanson sailed nlong with seeming e.iso to tho furlong pole, where he nppeared to falter and Sam McMeekln made 11 bold bid for victory. Davles shook up the favorite and he came nway to win by a length. F. Ambrose Clark's Lysander made his first appearance of the season In the steeplechase, nnd In thc hands of tho gentleman rider. Cecil Itrnbason. (scored a clever victory. Archdale, a keen contender, fell nt the lat Jump, when It looked ns If he had nn ex cellent chance for victory. Thn Madden suc esses Ftnrted In the first race, when tne .Master of Ham burg Place started the Star Shoot filly, Prlscllla. Sho followed the favorite Al vord until well In the sttetch. where Allini put her under a drive and die came away lo win by half a length. In the second nice (lood Counsel wns mado the choice, but was badly outrun In the early stage, when P.ilngerfleld and lialgee were racing for th" lead, (lood Counsel clofed with a rush and won by two and 'one-half lengths from Palngi rtleld I Tho llrlch'.on Stable's Cheer, nn oddt ion choice In the third race, was headed by Lanlan.i for the flnrt quarter of n mile. After that Cheer assumed com ( mand and never left the Issue In doubt, i a Inning by three length" Tho sixth 1 .ice was a g.il'.op for tho prohibited favorite old Ilroom. wmcli I went to the front .it the drop of the I ll.i g mid Increased his advantage until I at tho mil he had four lengths lo t-pite lover Sandow, The stimmat le. j KIHM- HACK. ; For Allies and pelilincs two isnrs old which Inve not won at this ineetitn;: Py subsirtp- I uon 01 e.icn. wiiu adue-i llorw. and ase VVt. Jockey Prist ill j, 7 107 . Mien . vhora. 2 112 .Troxler Tenibtation. .' li truer Old Drury. 2 ll MiV.ibe.. Olds Kin sv 1-: 14 ;. 1 a 6 2 j s J' b l i, I I inn -"33, Start iroo-i, won ilrivinr Winner, eh f . I Star .boot V-inkeM itcr, nwiiet by J Madden: trained by W . Walk.r SKfONIi HACK Kor ilirre year 01 Is and upward. sllln leu j..oif. one nine !lor- ami ace Wt (.nod Counsel ' in, Jo. iiey n.l.l. Kin Like 13 10 it. I' I liiuikrrli. Id. ;i it IW C.ininls II s -J ,.. l.i TMeTa.-Il IJ-5 IS .1" ...I'. Mr Heiirah. .1 !' Murett . 3" I s-1 I J.vicT.ie'rt i. I 3 2 S ! I! 3 V Marctieui, 3 II rum - Mart sond: won e.iil Wmnrr b o. b 1 "tar Shoot- Fraiil.nes., annul nd trained by II Neustitrr , Tllllil) HACK telhn;: (or two ,ar oliS. by iilioriptnn ,o( J0 ea'li. with IH) aided, llie lurloncs on irati:tit.iwn : I Horse alxl aie Wt .looker did Kin Cheer. 2. . 11 T.iplln . t .1 nnl I' iLant.m.1. 2. . M I'rreee 1., I J-t .1 , lleliel, : I'.'.. Warm her '! 1 (it 3' ! MnnnllchterMmpi.:! Like a t t. t Nonrsurh : Hill ; , , Ulrobeiii. : 1"! IliiMnn . r 1 1 i 0 , Time 1 01 I . I Start inn(- wnn e.isily Wtnner. br f by I Plaudit Kttres.iiip: owned by llriiriitnn Sta I tile; trained by li M (Minn KOl'UTH HACK I Tlie lli.icUMimi II.iii,Iio.ii; n hlchwelsht I for thne ear nld and upwanl liy suli-rip. I lion of f'.O eaih, with w.1 inlcd, six and a half (iirloncs, main toui.e I Horse and a'e Wt Jnekor Odds Kin ' Il.in.oii. 4 . i:( .11.11 ies 12 11 I Sum McMeeUtn. I Kl lUwte . .',3 t-., I IllddeliSlart lllllD.3 IT lluxtnn 111 r.eien .1 llonnle Tees. 3 111 Hurl tame f. I 7.1 4 ilanworllKltnpl.il.'. K.o;h , JV-l 10 6 Tune I .! . , Start tool; won drivinv Winner, Hi r by , O.I.I Kellnw Jane Kjre, ownerl by 1. P.ir sun.; trained bv W II Ksrrkk nn 11 ii.M'i: leeplei hase; fnr four ear nl Is nt up ward- non-wiuiiers of more tb'iii three ra.os or tr.O in IJI.'i or I'll; bv ilhs,Tlpt!nn n( f, null with !'" ibleil. .ibout two miles llorro and ace Wt Jnekcy Olds Kin I.H.iii'ler, l . . I.l .Mrllr.Von out l Chivalry. . . II. . Holder 7 1 7.1 '." llevoler, f. . '3 llenne.sy 15 f.-j 3 Archdale. 6 112 1 :in 4 1 710 Kell Tune 1:27 Stnrt nndr won calloplur Winner, h r by Orden LvuIIist owned by K Ambrom. Clark; trained by vV Knenian SIXTH HACK Tor maidens three tears nil anl iiimani: winners ol one r.ne. i'lliii puree, tvo; one mile- I llnro and ace Wt .loekey Odds Kin Old Hrnnm. 4 It:. TMiTac rt 14 nut 1 , Sandow. , IIS .IMi'l'.iir'rt s.l !, 10 1 , IVolusp.i, 4 o W.irsilur 7 11110 3' VVondlalr. 4 110 W lint thy 2T.1 4 1 4 1 line 1 111 Start sood; won e.isilt Winner, b s by Itrnnnistlok llnse n( llawn; owned by J ( Tallinn, trained by W V Cur) TO-DAY'S BELMONT PARK CARD. Virst Hare -Three year olds nnd upward, sellius; six nnd a half (urlntis. main enurse. Tinkle llell 110 Armament m Salon II' (iiarnieus.. ijj VauUie Notions . II'. K.lni Kenna I'm siinncniass 111 i'.irt less jm Maldm .... I'll Second Itaee Thico year-old and upward: tho Iljde Park Handicap; one mile and n six Keiith! s.-isin PillMustard ii; Montrrsnr . . llOIPrui.e llenrv... . lb; Third Usee -Three tear oldt and upward; the Amateur Cup. hishurlkiit willnt; une mile ll.i.helnr U.iVlrlle ir, Top o' lh' Morning 141 Top 111! pa Doublet ... . lirsniiilniilli II tvi H ie . 117 Old 111 iuuu ,j I'nurlh Itaie Three ye,ir nld; the llelmnnl, l:,.ii; one mile nnd time Iiirliiuss: Chun lull . IMIiilolc (liiiii i t;s Spur . ISIiPnnr Ho. I ;'t, Fifth Haee Four-year old and upward; teeidei base handicap; about (wo miles nnd u iiuarler Hill lluillry.. . IM Hustler jjs Swlsli IV) Illinmh c Illhlrr . IM Sixth Haee Two enr olds; four and a hilf fiiilon-s, stralEht : Felli'iilad 119 Cainiiflro n tilonmy tlu IllllPoloiiiiiin limp.... , - Tumbler 112 I'll, iiilnm Ticket llS.SI.ir I'in.ii n H.illv ir.'IMi-riliiinl ; Apprentice Allowable claimed Irilnia l.enuue Krsiill. Portsmouth, :. Norfolk, a. Hopewell, 9, Petersburg, r.. Nrwport News, J, Itocky Mnunt, . PENN JUNIOR GREW BECOMES VARSITY Wright Annonnccs Bwnp of Titles After It Spanks Other Eight Again. C APT A IX IS OUT OF RACE rorniiKurpunt, June 9. Kor th econd llmo In three dnys Coach Joe Wright chased hl rcnnsylv.inln vnrnlty nnd Junior crews over tho eoure to-day for a tlmo trial. When nt the end of four tnlled his mippnsedly Inferior crew l.nd won ng.iln, thl time by four lengths In the fast time of 20 minutes IS seconds, ho was ready to explode, tic did to-night when he received word from the I'enn faculty th.it .ler.mld, No. G In tho Junior limit and a first year man In tho dental school, will bo eligible to row on the first varsity. Ho decided that hence forth the Junior crew would be. the 1 varsity and would row as such In the big men on Juno 17. Tho announcement caused a sensation. but It had to be done. On the Inst time trial the Junior crew won by ten lengths. ir (,'oncli Wright nnhercM to 111s decision It will mean that even Cnpt. (."flickering will not make his own boat. This would be almost unprecedented In the history of tho lntercollcglnto Itonlng Associa tion. In the new varsity Wright gains a pound In weight on tho average. It Is, practically a green crew, only two of the men having ni.ido their freshman crews. I I'rnnk f!cln. No. 3, has a right leg diortcr than his left ns a result of hip disease. Ho has to wear a blgh shoe In I order to keep the boat on an even keel, j Vet with nil these handicaps the Junior 1 eight has proved Its right to be termed , tho varsity Tho only consoling feature nbout the experiment wns tho Improvement In time. The trial was rowed nt 11 o'clock on a Mrong ebb tide, but the wind wan blow lug from the south nnd proved pretty hard bucking In the last two miles. Wright wan to have hnd the trial to morrow, but he thought the conditions looked belter lo-dny. Tho Junior crew jumped right out nt tho start nnd never was headed. In tho last mile both crews were row ing close to to, but the Junior crew was showing cleaner blade work, lloth crews weic determined to win. To nn outsider they might have been tnken for dews from rival colleges lnslind of two 1 Ights from the same nav Coach Jim Ten 1'yck had a ipiasl time trial soon after the I'enn ordeal. In all the Syracuse varsity rowed sevmteen miles,. the longest It has gone since com ing here. In the morning race the Junior nnd freshman crews rowed ns a relay tnm against the varsity, The Junior eight got a handicap of one length and was told to row hard. The varsity was ordered to n. the Juniors as pace set- , tors At the two mile mark tho fresh man combination took up the task of set ting the pact, but could not get away from, the varsity, although the latter was rowing to .H". for the freshman boat ' Sjracuse looked better than any of the othet crews on tne river ami gate the j mpt rt a more favorable Impression than lietetofore lt Hppears that tlu (iiur go varsity will be among the favor-! ites, If not the favorite In the big race and about on a par with Cornell In the! Junior race. "W havi finished our heavy work,"1 said Co icli Ten Kvtk to. night. "The rest! of the time will bo devoted to tuning up. The f, pi. ul Is In line shape with the ex- ..e Ci......... Illu ulrnlfM in tb, 1 varsity Ni.it, nnd Havls, No. 4 in the freshman boat. Hecause of the wet clothes the men have been foried to wear luring tlu rainy days they have con tracted bolls. 1 am not making nny pte- I dictions, but from what I've seen of the other crews we will bo there." Charles I. Courtney came down to the, O.I Ki'i lioathouso to-day for the llrst time' since Tuesday. He did not go out In the c. aching launch, however, but waited nrciilid giving a few ipnet orders nnd then i turned to the iU.trtei. He made, a brief statement, otllclally confirming his at.i.ounced intention to leilre. "I have coached perhaps for tho last time from the c .aching launch." he said. "My work in tho future if I do nny at all will bo In an advisory capacity. I have my i ilrubtH concerning the Introduction of the' graduate coaching system nt Cornell." The Ithaca crews had light but longj workouts under the guidance of Assist ant Cmich llovle. He went up along the; bank In tho morning nnd downstream on the same side In the afternoon, covering in nil eighteen miles. It was the first urn" that Cornell has rowed on the east bank, but Hoyle (.aid thnt thole was, nothing back of the niamruvre except that the water was better on that side. He sild he was not desirous of taking his crews far from the critical eves of his fellow coaches. Kollowitig v'estord.iy's tlmo trial Hlce e- dowu on his ciews, devoting the morn ing 1" a seven mile paddle with ocea Moral short sprints, lie emphasized the spicing and chuckled when bis yarslty ierigcd more than fourteen feet on each 'stroke No. '-' pnddlo was four feet back of the rudder pnt at times before -id oke Leys caught hold for the next boat III' '' gave his men a stiff row over th.'- course in the afternoon. His crew has improved remarkably In Die last week. LOUISVILLE RACING RESULTS. first Ilice- Three eir-olds nnd upward. trlllllB lliablens. purse IU0O. one ml e -TLi.beli It 1'" HiO'-el. MralKbl 2.' 7. . jeplirll ,fi , nr,, j Urearet Jecoi.il. I'erugln", 101 i,Vv Carroll., show lliliiiv" Lass. Politeness The Cirinet. .( C CanJilll. An" ""II '.nJ 'rJ'T,!,,;'"0 liVi'i,,. I line. , .v nurse v "d a hair "f'o"' " V iKIioclib.iuini. ttr.ilKht II-'". Pbtce t Tin .1 low . I; 70. tlrst. w.u. I'M iA i'nr i,'l I Ida e 30 show 111", second. Mo. .'I'. '.oiiy. 107 i VV 1111a...... -bow . third Time, l;0 1-5 Hot Toddy nml fang llleu uImo run ri.ir.l It.iee - I nree t ear i.nis, diuiK. iiiii.fl '.(' . H (urlotms Water War. Ill '. ".Illil anl. Kt.nlsl.t ir'.li. Phil" 19.70 .bow $1.7". llrst. M Hert Tbiirnian. 114 ,, ,.,,, ului-e 7. show II 111. sei-ond. l (.1. Ilrowni. show Mm, 1 bird ii.ne. 1.13 Hla.K llel.UI. .1 C v ell ii lliirry (l.irdnei. Savin... High llnr.e Welgi. Inslirgelll, VVnter VVi.rbl.T I'.lli.i Ma), Mnrgiiret N nnd llurtoii nln Fourth aie-'lhiee.)e.ir.olds nn.l up. i ward i'.neis flub llandlenp, purse 7H'. ,. (iirb'lil-'s Itoseoe lioos... llll ( lionse .. ' siralulit 17 '10. pl.u e 13 i, show : 50, ' nr.l l,eo Skoln), ten lOiiinnllyl. place I It si show 10, sei'iind ll.irs and Stars, ll'n 'iiientrt-l, el.ow i: in, third 'lime,! 1,1' 1 .' itr..'. e. ..in. .i.-i iuuu also ran, , , , Fifth lti.ee Three, year-olds and up ward. sellliiK. purse on , ono mile and n sixteenth Jessie Louise, 111, (Medium, straight 19.30, place II 3d, show 13.30, llrst, ilrnsinere, 117 (Murph)). place 13.10, slinw 12 so, second, lllllnws. 110 (A Car i, ,Hi. show I'll", third, Time, l:ID 2.5 Sillllerellr, Ib.t-k.'r Hill, Helen M , llll ri..i,iti and ileorize Ho.ecli also rnn. Sixth It'll e Purse, two. year-old (lilies; lite fiirlotuis -Anierlc.i, lo.'i I Martini. f..:o, i 111... nnd 3, won. Hnctwio, 110 (duosei, I fll 30 and f I Sn. eecotnl, llll of a l.etll, ' ln ( Klrt'lii' mm i. iii.t", iiiini. Time, 1 01 lltelm V. I'elrnven.i, Aunt Lin and Mat W also won. Sovetilh Hiii e .Vilvanco money, selling. tltree-isir-obl and ui. one mile and solenty ..lids- Dlstlllber, 92 Htrotvnl, 111) w t.Vi so and 122 30. won, Ml Fan nie. 102 llloagl, II'.' 30 nml tin 10, spennil, ILirwn.il, 104 iSlearnsl. ft. 10, llllrd Time 1 i:, 2- Dnniild McDnnatd, Illsrktlinrne! t'nl Tom (Irecn, Choctaw, Camellia, T no, L. 11, Adair, Amulet and ltoj.il Tea aim fan. (Harwuod, Choctaw and Royal Tea In 014.) HARD WORK OF HARVARD CREWS BEGINS TO SHOW Yale Varsity Much Slower in New London Time Trials Although Tide Conditions Favor the New Haven Eight Which Is Paced. ttr CO.VSTAMCB S. TITUS, Hellred Aniltir Ckamplon r.t Snerpa ad Senile. Nbvt London, Conn., June 9. Har vard's) crews are working much harder than Yale's and the results are beginning to show. We had a good opportunity to compare them late this afternoon, when both crews went out on time trials. Harvard covered the first half mile un paced In 2 mlnutea and 23 seconds on the first of the ebb tide, although the crew hud a sharp northeast breeze to help along. Otherwise conditions were perfect. Vale went over the same course three 'matters of an hour later with better tldo conditions and was paced by the second varsity, which was lapping them at the half mile pout. The tlrst varsity was clocked nt 2 minutes and 27 sec onds. Yale's crew rowed a much higher stroke and was driven by those In the coaching launch, who urged them on at tvery stroke. There Is a mnrked difference between tho two styles of rowing. Vnle'a work Kcems to be very crude and heavy. Tho men do not shoot their hands away ns fast nt the llnlili of tho stroke nt llnr vatd, Some of the men wash out badly and there Is considerable uplashlng "alien they are rowing high. The Yale crew does not en to hold Its speed. Kirs varsity Is not nearly as good as last year's combination, but we have Keen Yale crews come very fast In the last week. Yale, however, will have to show great Improvement to beat Harvard this year. Yale Freshman Crerr flood. Yale freshmen have a fine crew phy sically, but the check on the boat be tween strokes Is very noticeable, al though the freshmen have a very pretty body swing fore and aft which Is not as long as that of the varsity boat. Their watermanship Is quite clean for first ear men. The eecond varsity crew has Improved considerably slnco It ur rived at New London, but owing lo so many changes In Yale's crews the men aro far from being settled yet, nnd thereforo the various combinations have been rowing In short stretchctt fmm n quarter of n mile to a mile. Tills will not whip a four mile crew Into shape. If they cannot go the distance In practice bow nre they going to do it In the rnre? Harvard's coaches have been putting their crews over the two and four mile courses very often since their arrival In New Ixmdon. In this morning's practice Harvard got afloat nt 10 o'clock, nnd the vart-lty and freshmen backed up to the line and started awny us If they were In a race. The first boat was CALIFORNiANS WILL I TRY FOR TENNIS TITLE Murrny, Johns and Davis to Comppfp in Metropolitan Championship. Hay In the annual tournament fnr the metropolitan lawn tennis championship begin this nfternoon on the courts of the Ilronwille Athletic Association nt Itronxville, N. Y with one of the strong est lists of entries that has ever competed for the title. California 1 well repre senled In the singles with Itobert Llnd ley Murray, who won the title In 1914 ; II, Van Dyke Johns, a member of (he Lel.iml Sanford lentils team, nnd Willi VS. Havis, winner of the recent Sleepy Hollow Country Club Invitation singles, John looks to have a harder task confronting him In the opening round than any of the other Callfornlans, for he has drawn Kred Inman, who has two legs on the big bowl. 1 tuna ti Ih a crafty player, winner of many titles nnd vet eran of a host of tournaments. He should make the impetuous young Cali fornia!! travel fast to beat him, Mur ray's tlrst round opponent Is Kit M, Ilehar, while Pa vis Is pitted against Ktancls T. Hunter, a fomtil player. Among the prominent local plaver who have entered the tournament are Watson M. Washburn, present holder of the title J Itobert Le Hoy, for mer Intercollegiate champion ; Theodore II Cell, rated fifth 111 the country; (leorge .M. Church, Western and North western champion; Harold A. Throck morton, national interscholnsllc cham pion; Leonard Heeknian, former school buy champion, and Klllntt lllnzen, na tional Junior Indoor title holder. The draw Metropolitan Championship. Men's Pin Hi. i, Seionil Hound, t'pper Halt Hyes I lucolii Keliner vs. Itobert Le Hoy, Mar shall I'rabod) t. L. lltchar.lson, Kdmond VV I'e.tslee it. winner ol K W Putnam li A Walker. Jr, match First Hound K W Putnam vs flenrge A Walker. Jr.. C. A. Sparks rharlen I'arr. Watson VI Washburn vs. Halph L It.iKSs. Dr. William llosrnhaum vs. A, D llrltton. I. I Crlnnell vs Wylle C Crant. Theodore H. Fell vs, It. K llogers, A, Her ts, (l orge M Church, 1, t. Shafer vs, Henjaniln M Phillips. Horace Clark vs .lames s. o'N'eale, Hubert 1. In, lie) Murray ts K.ll M Ilehar, H, A L. Dlonne vs. De Witt lilnlnn Noyes, Insa Hnrtmann t s. J A Diehard. Francis T Hunter vs. Willis i: D.ttls. Wilbur Baldwin vs, W Wndsworth. Harold A, Throckmorton v s, .1 W. Fo. M K, Fox, Jr., vs. Charles M Hull. Jr, , It, Ward vs. Dean Malhev, (lua lav 0 tlrent t s. Arthur H. Cragln, II. Van Dike John s. Frederick C Inman, Clif ford Illack vs Charles Chambers, li. H. Stadel ts. 11. C Van Vllet. Lieut. Ander son s Heorss S. (Irorsbeck. Serond Hound, Lower Half Hyes 1( p Allirrtnii ts winner of Amlersnn.drnesheck match. Abraham Ilassford, Jr., ts. Leonard Heeknian, Klllott lllnzen v. Arlluir W. Sweetser RECORDS 00 AT WEST POINT. MnnUbjr nnd Rrlttnn Set .rr Marks In Annnnl Meet, Wbst Point. N, V June 9, The cailelH held (heir nniiunl outdoor nthletlc meet on thn linlns this mornlmt, The KoIiik was very heavy, duo to-llio Inces sant rnln of the last three days. In spite of tho fact that the races were all run off on the grans plain nnd under such poor condltloiiH the time of some of the events was fast. Two records were broken, A new nendemy record for the running IiIkIi Jump wan made l.y Cadet Mauthy of the Ki'iiiliialhiK class, Maulehy heat IiIh own hest previous record and also that nf Ciulel HoiIbsoii, 'l.i, when he cleared Hie liar at f. .1(1, OK. The host previmiH per formance was r. ;S "-r. Cadet llrltton. also of the KradunlliiR tlasK, lowered the ninnlnir; broad Jump record, llrltton Jumped li", feet 53-100 Inch to-day, Cadet HoiIkmhi. 'I.'i, held Hie bon previmiH record at SS feet in l-r. Inches. The class nf '17 won the meet with a point total of 12Sij; '111 was second willi ll.'.i ; '19 third with 91, and '18 fourth with 41K polnta. going forty per minute, while the young sters were getting thirty-eight. They went to the to mile mark at a lively pace. Three-quarters of an hour lader Yale put In nn appearance with her two crews. They were ordered to row n mltiutt nt top speed, then stop nnd re eclve further Instructions, nnd paddle down to the navy yard, which Is at the two mile mark, "hell Bouncing- I.Ike a Cork, Although In to-night's practice Yale's vnrslly covered the full course nnd was paced lo the two mile mark by tho sec ond varsity crew, as It passed tho half mile post the men were pounding their boat badly. The shell wns bouncing up nnd down like a cork, and the noise of tho oars slipping to nnd fro from the I pullpln to the checkpln was deafening This continuous Jarring, coming thirty to thlrly-Ilvo times a minute, certainly I will detrnct fiJm tho niet-d of any I shell. ; On tho other hand. Harvard Is using ; the Ynnkeo swivel locks. Kvery crew In America Is using them except Yale and retuisylvanla. Tholl pins were dis carded by Americans some thirty years ago. Vale's crews are rigged entirely too low. and If the shells should hit lumpy water In tho race the blades of the oars could not clear tho waves. If an oar Is dragging on the water In this manner It Is a great detriment to speed and a crew Is likely to catch a crab. If Ihc Dark lllue ever catches a crab In a race with theso tholl pins something Is hound to break. On the other hand. If a crew catches a crab with a swivel lock the oar merely swings lo the side of the shell and trails along with, no resistance. Harvard's varsity. If called upon, can raise Its stroke and get the boat mov ing faster than Ynle can. The reason for this Is that Yale, loses so much time with that extremely long body swing, going no fnr past perpendicular on the finish and being so slow getting the hands away on the recovery. This Is awfully tiresome to a crew. With a low rig the crew- seems to raise the boat at every stroke. This makes her bob up nnd down In the water, giving more wetted surface, which means resistance. Yale'n crew hns a very peculiar man ner of holding the hands very far npnrt on the oars. An oar Is a more lever, and If the weight Is nt the extreme end of It you get more levctoge. The handle of Yale's Kngllsh oars are larger thnn nny I have ever seen. I cannot see how they can hold them If the water Is n bit rough and their hands get wet from perspiration, With the nnrrow blades which Yale uses If they are not firmly anchored there Is danger of slip ping. They do not come out of the wa ter ns cleanly as a wider blade does. TWENTY-FIVE ENGLISH POLO PONIES ARRIVE Horses Thnf Hplpcd Win Rnck Cup Will )( Sold fo Amer ican Players. n the Aliunde liner Siberia, which arrlvtd yesterday, was a co;islKnrtient of polo mounts from Lord Wlmlmnie which had been tied In Hie International Polo cup match at Meadow llrook 1SH. when the Hurlliiuham challeriKers he convoyed recaptured Urn famoiw ro.-hy that .1. P Whitney brought back lit I.tUfl. IllltlMtAf I fr0.'"' wlln ysa" ' team. ' " u I Pi J.onif". mI'Swi"..' .rif.C,l,b '"'rl"R a r't Visit i , ""'" "iem were secured n d fPnm ","Vor,' ln ' mn-. nnd the other. are to to kept nt 'e. hurv until wild. There Is another shipment of polo cor i ng Zn"-K !? nl,OU, " "nllit.,ni? cord nK to 1-aulkner. who was full f Koslp on all subject, except the war The fn,tt ,, v,(lrrl W , ever owned , ,,,, ,, "';0n fcU.S ! ,.d.NV,p T-"'" remarked he niiir iior.eman. who was a noted s eep echase Jockey In ,, younKer years i It was one of hose we kept in reserv In 1HH. and f the occasion had required It we could hnve shown a set of mount nMxor.il us those we used to win the cup. t. . po, I'0"''" are younc. Lord lmhorne has disposed of ,he o)(i JHlurt "T ,WM,y-nve In the Int. of Which fourteen u'.m tn..A., i .' or i i tvi . . " o meniners f Lord Imhorne's successful team or XL " I'TV.1" ,l" h'"1,,'' The eleven others Included several American bred l'n.',,!",,,,,,3t h!,v,' b'rn ln',' '' Will lam Haldlns and the (Irenfells l icr. The uranlto marked face of rsravllnn I. lt nnd which Is a heroin,, also of Hie Li"1',' matches, when the Puke of Westminster nnd Cnpt I.lovd were h ,heTs !n':!-'.m-- !R'''..,!'I' ." i'' i r, i. i t .' ' "' "aiiowe en, nnd J'lk k. Paddy, plajed by Cipt. Ilarrett In , huhl.r of ,,e 1HII match and winner hree yenrs ar-o of (he blue ribbon at the Dublin Horse Show Other., were the b; , s.,tenelln played by C.1pt. TomMnson . b m. In"" b. K. ( anllnal. Lord Wlrnhnrnc's fnvorlte mount, nnd b. tn. Never Tell, a tl,orouK ,! hred l.y IlTickler and winner of two races as a two-year-old. which was on the waltlnc Im ,5,4, ,.nmo1 .Minnie, rh. in., ami Warrior, ch c.. nlo of the leserve lot and u hrri, ,' , and, and Lady Hlrd, ch. ,.. that would have been played but for an lnjurv to her Jaw on the day before the fllst came. tern in ntjier Malls. The reinalnlnV In. ornntloual pony of the shipment w.m Hurry I p. an AritenMne bred br. b lhn( carried the llurllnKhnm No i ar..i ro7,k',ne"', h"ls " ""' M,''J"- Tl'RI. RACING at n i: a ii nn i, BELMONT PARK Sa.DQO BELMONT STAKES , , . 't t. r, Ate . iinsikon. ' IntertaL up 5P''"' " 'retl fnr l r.i.G .- .. . . ... iinmi.i.h iiii.i: s HORSE SHOW OPENS IN RAIN AT TUXEDO (.'apt. 0. A. Alo.vainlpi inp Fine Work in Kvenls of Military Nature. XKW Y011KEHS COMPKTK Tvxmm Pahk, N. V, June 5 a. IIioukIJ the weather wns libit mem, Bl h drlzzllm; rain nnd cold, lh open tie ,1s, of the annual Tuxedo horse Mimv drei a fnlr attendance, A better crnie uf horses was shown than In former viae. Kach class was well' filled and the' com. petition wns keen. Twenty-elKht classes were JaduM t0. day, the prizes helnc widely dllrlbiu Much Interest was taken In the mil- ,ir events. Cnpt. Alexander took h. trophic In a number or these , David WtiKstaff won three blue rlbimn with her black KeldliiR, Polntex J a P. Itumsdell of tho Poweton Fsrm NewhurEli, also raptured a roo.I .htre of prlz.-s. In thn obedience test for hunters arid Junipeis P. I.orlllatd, Jr., mmle ,1 ... showing with his cray celiilnc )lxl, and his chestnut Kel.lliiB (ieorce Cute but the military entrants were i hoole, lo take the Jumps and won Cnpt i; , Alexander won tlrst and second wl'h , . brown horse Metaphor and roan gp, ri True Heart. Mis Carol Hnrrln an i rode her chestnut Koldliu? Jock In h,t event. There were many entrle fmm N, York, Including (Irorcn fl. Unhl'i!. wk won several prizes with his brown urM Inc Wanderer. Mrs. c M Allaire tt n with Crusader In several events Mit Alice fi. Dodsworth had I.ndy Meflfi" aid In the novice saddle, classes, tslt- . the red several limes. The events to-morrow- promise tn d. belter nttended, as the wenther pros, pect looks brighter nnd tho best part of tho show ts reserved for the sCotii day. There will be twenly-lhree cl.-ts.sj Judged to-morrow, Including the cli.im. plonshlp hunnurs and saddle event Mr. nnd Mrs. W M V Hoffman en tertnlne.1 the horse show Judee a-rf party of forty nt luncheon lo-.Uv a their villa, nnd there were many lun h eon parties nt the club Mr nnd Mm David Wnk'staff will entertain a part nf fifty Btiests nt luncheon a' I.c it. hinds to-morrow Then, wen; many viltor here t day. IncludltiK Mrs. K. II Harrlmae M. nnd .Mrs. Schuyler Schltffelln ' Mr n Mrs. IMon Ilradley. Kranc.s Ln Stetson, Charles 1J. Sainpon, M- a'-( Mrs Hodman Wnnaninker. Mr nrd Mrc lt. Fulton CuttltiK. Col. W P .Ml- Mrs. Stuart Duncan, Justlu llupert al Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harilm.tri Th awards' Notice saddle horsrs not ot. ' " vt C. .VI Allaire's Crusader dr.- T ts tallies' Georite (lujon. seivin i (V t Klebt Farm' Lady, third. M . v A Dodsttorth's Laily .Mi-I.or.nld f, r. Ladles' .ml, . horses, to be , t. tulles on slip, saddle Potteltnti fd-n' Princess, llrst, Mrs. Preston !ne.' t . burn, urnn.l, Jtrs. C M Allaire'. sailer third. Ml Alice A l.o.l.it )i L.ily MtHonatd, fourth Saddle horses, nj unit oter r, 1 in rtn .tinjieur l-.ittelt.iti r.irins' I , first; Alice A. I.oil. north's l.l.b M. t second: s'olon I. Hr.tnk-s Co-in-e. ;r- . man (hlrd; Fallow Field Farms' I'nrc.i fourth. Trotters, to bo sltnn-n to tvaenu . conformation to munt hi'f and i" ' -i.nte half Mtnnv Forjl Farms' JuHn oiis.-M-oKu.; Farms- Leonard, con A. Hurkley'a sp,, Kohl, (hlrd Trotters, thref.yrnr.nlda Then.lnre llnBhuysen' Mnzomn. tlrst: T II ' lej' Kvelvn K., second; VV .VI V r -man' llelnay third, II. A II .Nancy North, fourth Trotter., mares, f,)ur jears o:, a . otrned In Ontnue county, conform. i oiint (0. perform tnce nml ,t, f ,. , (0. suitability for hreedlnc purp. . cent Tuxedo Utabl.s' Notice 11 . t.iu..tt-OKlle Farm's Itelly Ka.e f. r' '"J. r l?.1 "''n 'hlrd flalllon, mar., or ee'.lint o-. Orance county tilth re.-nrd of . -,i , , ter, cnnforiuatlnn rnuntlni: , an I m -f nnce and style ,-.i , ' Stable' I ; t.. ,-irst v It l.i k I elel.it,, second. Tuveil, .,.,.,,. . V.l third. Cnusewnnue Farm. Moke, fnurth, Nnvlco roailster.. horse, that m won a first pri-,. , ,,,. n,"1, Up tn i .lanuarv 1 Thendnro It sen . Hnbblns. nrst w if l)..k.-. u'i"' ','"lnd, Cnu.rw.iKiie r.r-, . . Hale, third. I'ottelt.in Farm- wnrthv. fourth Saddle horse., novice cla.se. h . . . L'lr " "r" friz- U-- e , S!.!ni. ,th".v "P to .laniiart I ht s. 1 ." ;-'' eltnn Farm, p , . ... .- "aflnian's I'ol'len se, n I rank Count ry ilentletn.u, , th:- i " .1 I l.',,rmr ,""'- 'ounh saiiiiie hnr.e. up t ...rrt.ni: " nd must not ctrrv tes- r. t ',!!'"' Crusader, flrsr ilenrce ,, . VVan.l.rer. second; Fallon Fie . Onttnr.l. third. Saddle horse, not nver I' . V! vvaRstaif, polntex, nrst. vv It t I(.i.lliit. second, Mrs. cm t i rus.nier, third; ticorc- (, I Wan.btrer. fourth. Ladles a,,, horse nnl b 'a, He on side .i,l,lli -!, Irlm-r.s nrst M,. ,,,, rtur-tll Olxle, seennd. tleorRe t: th K . v (hlrd. Mis Laura llulst M . i . p. ( fourth. Font titer 13 1 and not o-e, i " low 1 I e-1,1 Farms- e Annem Tllford' Stteet lb I Hubert rioelet's Ulan I, Hi- !' . -1 .-.run' Mashalla, fourth llrandeil pont ll.iin'"n 1 it. of Shannon, llrst. i'ou.e u romet, second .1 llarne- i . . third. Mrs. David Wiis.urr , , fourth. Polo mnunt up to cam ' Couseni.Kiie Farms' llutterd. llarrluian's I'eRRt-. seconl 1 1-arm' Sunny, third Combination saddle and b,i to be shottn first In bame. saddle, performance In barn.. ' 40 per cent Htnl perforuian to munt (in per tent -ile-oKe i Minstrel, nrt. I'mielton Ft second. Mr. Treston j.ni third Miss Ida A Ituperti . ( , Hunter up to rarrttne I p. A IlHrrtinan'H Atii,.Rt tlr. 1 Farms' Fnlr Fsteile e,, on, I. M llarrlmnn's Irish ile.nlier -n h -Ion Farms' chnll. fourth Open hunter, that lute been least el times ilnriiie l.i.' - -recognized p.uji- itnb'-rt . ' (list Mlsa I'al.il A II .r' . Ilenlher. second, Itober- II (bird; Miss j- fnnimn'- II Hunters, t.erfortn.ui lliiltlllton Farms' Past Tt . ' llnrrlmnn's At vi , , ' - erlne Hurst's Lu.np'ichi. i A llarrliuan Irish ll.ntl, Oftlcers' ti.llrs of Iiiini, Alexander's Mrtaprmr ..' I first Lorat combination si. I ' horses- Mrs H.nl. Vc tlrst , Miss v. N Idip. . , . i Mis lilu Ituperti e Dixie ! ' ' stll VVbike's Cotton -l.l'l ' S.l .Idle, horse not "tr Itupertl's Dixie, tlrsl V! Sceptre second Ml.. W i ' slin third. VV V lis fourth Saddle hor.ee ne- V WtiRstitfT' Fiilii, e f . M.e .Inrtocks, m -Nar.ikn, thtr.l TIKI TO-DAY 1 IM III I' V It It II N llll VI' vmii its mini: hiiti'i m hv-i i hi: i i i.i ii iii' M i 4 I lit l( M til MIM" ..... 1 1 V 1,111 I', XI, to It.V. P M x l troll.. adle on all Kan- train. U I 1 htu iiiitis.