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tHE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5y ffgO.
12 Bartdh'&s Aioay 'Lmps: iff fF6g TRIPLE VICTORY FOR COMMANDER ROSS Sir Barton, Intrigante Mid King Thrush Carry His Colors Homo in Jronfc. 'CHASE GOES TO ItAL PAHIt lo Mnrsouin, Cleverly Hidden by Crawford, Takes Mount Washington at Pimlico. Bptetat fo Tnn So iff" Nxtf Tobk Hrattn. Baltimom, !' 4, Commander Rom scored a triple victory at the Pirn- llco track this afternoon. Sr Barton redeemed himself In publics esteem by 'taking the Hennert Handlon.ii In convinc ing fashion; Intrigante Graduated from tho maidens' ranks, and Klnir Thrush i (defeated a high class hand of sprinters. Tho attendance) was large, and Ideal weather conditions contributed toward ,flho successful day. Sir nation's victory wns easily ac complished despite tho heavy burden ho was assigned and tho rrreat weight con cessions ho was asked to make. lie V(fcarrlcd his 132 pounds close to tho early paco provided by tho lightly weighted Kilts 2d and In ndvanco of his former ' Stablo mate, Foreground, Translate and Bondage. That order held until the three-quarter polo was reached. Thcro Sande called on Sir Barton and tho big chest- ,-iJiut responded by taking tho lead from -Kilts. Foreground moved stoutly to ' wako his bid, while Bondago moved up to pass tho tiring Translate' at the homo turn. Kilts tired, and Sir Barton went gallantly on his way, holding Fore ground saro in the final sixteenth. Bondago finished stoutly und took the .thlrd end of tho purse. Intrigante broku fast from an out side position in her race, crossed toward the rait and Impeded the progress of Night Balder, a heavily played favorite from tho Whitney barn. Intrigante then went to a lead, which sho Increased for , tf.no remainder of the Journey to win Pivell In hand. Dough Girl, a racy looker from tho J. E. Davis barn malting her ,Jirst appearance unrtor colors, took sec ond honors from Gurgling Water. Night "Ttalder after his early misfortune raced gamely along the rail and made up much ground to finish a fast going fourth. Talnter, a highly regarded one. Introduced tho new racing colors of Charles A. Stoncliam, but performed noderately owing to a belated start. Ktnir TltrnMs Is Fust. J$ King Thrush again proved himself a sprinter of unusual merit by taking the sixth In convincing fashion. Scurry, the "Whitney candidate, set a sizzling pace until the flnal sixteenth. There King Thrush challenged and succeeded, for he drew away to an easy win. Tho tired Scurry saved the placo from Mock Orange. The Mouirt Washington Steeplechase . csutted In an easy victory for Capt. Bal Parr'H Lo Marsouln under a clever ride by Crawford. Decisive set a sharp early pace, followed by Pastora, whlla Le Marsouln wa3 content to remain with tho trailers. Through tho flnal half mllo Lo Marsouln steadily .responded to his rider s call and took the lead to win In a gallop. Baby Grand added to his string of successes by taking the Druid Hill purse In the easiest score of the day. Baby Jfand broke slowly but sprinted to an Immediate lead, which ho Increased "throughout. Walter J. Salmon's Super woman got up In the final strides to de feat Peerage for second place. Jockey Stirling was. suspended for three days by Starter Milton. J. Lumsden claimed Siesta for $2,515. Algernon Dalngerfleld notified the horsemen who petitioned the Jockey Club for a moderation of tho toe caulk rule that the matter was under con sideration. Several carloads of horses have been shipped from Havre do Grace to Mon treal, where the racing season opens on MayX5. LEXINGTON RESULTS. Pint Race. Thr;e.yesr-oM ami upward; Maiming: purse SOT; six furlongs. Opportunity, 115 (Dwyer). $25.70. 110.J0 and 17 00; Pullux, 41 (Lnnsford), J1.40 and $2.50; Bill 3m, W (Taylor). 85.10. Time. 1:113-5. Alo ran: Ina sWood, Orcnzo, Caraway, Unci Wilton, Spear- lene. Second Race.-Thrcc-year-olds and upward; bursa J0; claiming; four and a half furlongs. Aphlo Dear, 112 (Connolly). 137.00, J10.20 and 13.75 ; Jilts Fontaine, 112 (Murray). 11.20 and 12.49! Mary Jane Baker, 115 (Lunsford), IJ.co, Time, 0:55. Mayflower, Four Leaf, Coeur du Feu and Sure also ran. - Third Race Fonr-year-olds and upward; fUnrue 1S00, the Brocktown; tlx furlonpi. Fred erick the Great, M7 (Barnes), $6.50, $2.50 and out; Lady Falrplay. 110 (Lunsford), 12.30 and out; Ram lien, 107 (Connolly), out. Time, 1:12 4-5. Surplice also ran. Tourth Itace. Three-year-olds; claiming: purse JSOO; one mile and a sixteenth. Cort land, 100 (Carmody), J3.K), $2 70 and $2.30; Peggy C, 101 (Kennedy), $3.40 and $2.00; Hos ier. Ill (Taylor), $3.00. Time, 1 :47 4-5. Also ran: Mineral and Frank F. t Fifth Itace. Idlehurst stakes for two-ycar-old colts and geldlnrs; four fnrloncs. Centi meter, 122 (Smallwood), $37.70; $20 00 and 11.40; Undo Velo, 122 (II. Lunsford), $5.10 and 83.30 8moke Screen, 122 (Murray). $4.10. Time! 0:47 4-5. Billy Barton, Sonthem Gentleman, Gangway, Kaatslde, Pen Valet, Monsoon, He prlsal, Blaci Kerr ant and United Verde also ran. Sixth nace. Four-year-olda and np; claim ln; ono mile and a sliteenth. rolln. 118 (Dyke), $10 90, $5.70 and $3.60; Little String. 122 (Lnnsford), $16.20 and H.S0: Philistine. 107 (Stack). J2.C0. Time. 1:17. Ponderosa. High Gear, Marie Rsppold, Hopeful and Welnland also ran. Scrcnth Race. Four-yeara-old and up; claim ing; purse 1S0O; one mile and a sixteenth. Paris Maid. 107 (Lunsfonl), $., $3.50 and IV' .I.,?cJrJ,K- 103 'Kennedy). $$.20 and 13.40: Dhahadiah. Ill (Taylor), $170. Time, 1:J 2-5- Bond, James, Bethel Hill, Emanale and Tanlae also ran. LEXINGTON ENTELES. First Race-Purse $700; clflmlng: for three- year-olds: six lurlongs: Ere Winker. 101; rP.:,ur '.'J"- 101 10W a., w; noon?. grille, US: Humma. ill: 'WalerJom. Ill; rJnm PVif.r. 11. .11...... ,..,.- - igfcvonBhlre, 1I5; J,Jr, in; 1-Yonk Wilson. 117; (U If - - ' ....-. tiipiuiu, 1.TSUI8. IUi K ItVkiP ,?"J"-.i;M:.?,r J011" Veime. 112- SE Second Race Purse $7CO; clslmlnc; for two-ilyear-olds; four and n half fiirloncs: 'Hold Vd. 107; Oet 'Em, 110; 'Unitt, 110; Tpm ''orTi W'l Undlna 112; Tom Koach, 115; .The Tng-llshman. 113. 1.,! llee-Purso $l.cm: the Midway LkTandlcnp; for three-year-olds and upward; 116IX furlonrs: Mile. l)ajt. io; Blue Para l,.Clse. in; viva America, tit; Sway. US. Fourth Race lMtrws $5.10: the I,iwrcnce-nra-; for two-year-olds; four and a half tviurlonis: Ben Bolt. ISO; .e Hlrh, 110; By Clnjer. 110; Judye Budrow, - HQ; Greater fjimerica, 110. B Fifth Race Purse. J3ec mtrfed. fmrf.n f3landlc.ip; for three year-old and upward: I uone mile ana a quarter: fye;l. 101; Sands of tSPleasure, IOC; losiorcau. 1M; Woodtrap. 1M; paaelllta. 112; llctor, 115; Drastic. 113; Mid- I pjway. 126. I H Sixth Race Purj W0; the Athens; for! jirsnrec-year-oiffii ann upward; m?Jiins: one ftrllo and a alxtwtnth: ,hbc, 105; Becky, 110; Lord Hamilton. 110; Alex. Jr., 110: Diilie ef tatonla. 115; Verhotrn. 115: Alf Vezlna. 015; Camoufliffe, 115; Mule I).. 115; War Prize. 115; Duke of LancaMcr. 115. Sercnth Race Itjrse $M0; elalmtnr; for three-year-olda and nnwartl; one mile and an eighth: Adellna W.. 117; "Jelllson, 107; v 'Alexander, 107; 'Jack Reeves. Ill; Tuxs, 112; !!! Slwt. 117. 'Red Start. 117. Five pounds apprentice allowanoe claimed. .Weather clear; track last. 25 Meter Shamrock Again Is In Route DAIITMOUTH, EngUnd. May i. Tho twcnty-flvo meter yacht Shamrock, which Is to be used by Sir Thomas LIpton'ln tuning up races for tho Shamrock IV., tho chal lenger for the America's Cup, sailed to-day for New York. Tho Shamrock sailed the latter part of April from Dartmouth for New York, but met with terrific weather off the English coast and had to put back Into l-ort. BOARD OF REVIEW EXPELS BAY MARE Marching Girl Started Out of Her Class. The Board of Review of tho National Trotting Association met yesterday In tills city and announced the expulsion of the bay mare. Marching Girl, 2:16Vi. for starting out of her class nnd under other names at Elizabeth City and Edlnton. N. C, during tho summer of 1918. S. II. Lovejoy of Auburn. Me., who was expelled In 1903 for starting Gerald T. under the name of Jerry It., and out of his class, was reinstated yesterday. Mr. Lovejoy, who Is 7p years old, Is tM lo bu anxious to re-enter tho game in order to raco a colt which he has bred. CEIfTXTIlY IIOAU CLUB tiiyout. On Sunday, May 16, the New York di vision of tho Century Boad Club Asso ciation will hold the third of the series of Olympic tryouts. A thirteen mllo race Is to be held on the famous l'elham Parkway course In The Bronx, starting at 9:30 A. M. On Sunday, June. 20, a 103 mllo rare for candidates for the Olympic cycling team will be held. I SUN AND HERALD V, . PIMLICO, May 4, Weather clear. Trnclc fnst. 107 FIRST RACE For ihroe-year-olds. BsMn-. Six fnrlonsa. Tufae, $l,(X. Ptmt. At" 2:J2. Off. 2:;. Time. 1:H. Winner, b. f.. J, by Golden Maxltn-nrithUtone. Owner and trainer. v. V. CASEY. Start sood. Wen drirlflf. Index. Horse. 72 Bright Oald K0 Pokey Jain 170 'Foreclosure ... (1S5) Ansae W7 10n Hlirh 170 Enrico Ctruso,, - Purl - tllush - hrynhlld ........ 11 Martha I.ne'iett Wt. pp. Rt. . W7 11 t . 1C2 J t H 1 C lit 4 3 7 $ 10 2 . 10 S . 112 10 . 107 14 . 107 4 . Ill . 10? 15 . K'2 1 11 11 t 13 1 1 19 ( 13 4 15 S 107 t 11 12 11 11 u 10 14' Eastern Glow 107 12 11 ,11 11 tO'd Red 112 7 tMrs. Ida Roberts 107 1J : P:ummet 1114 8 - 'Vim 107 12 12 It It 11 11 15 IS nrysnn entry. ' t.Mutucl field. . Mutuels pald-Brlrht Gold, $17.40, $1170, $ Brirht Gold s't fast pace from start and hunt on rame'y In flnst rtrlro after rsdnr Brynhlld Into early submission. Pokey Jane closed In rewlute fashion and was olns the twt at end. Forwlosura lasted lont enouzh to stall off Ansae, which flnlanca ctronr. Winner entered for tl.WO; no bid. ?ratcl-.fd-B!ackn'd. Overwcltht Plummet, 4H. , Owners-1, W. V, Onsey; I, W. M. Sheedy; 1. K. K. Bryson: 4. E. . Jnn'"ijKJ: Robertfcon; 6, G. C. Winfrey; 7, R. Parr; 8. O. Holmes: S. E. V. Whitney: 10. B. Ilardirtx; 11, G Clioos: 12. Mrs. C. if. Spnruc; IS. W. h. Holstlne; 11. T. W. O'Brien; 15, S. K. liryson. 108 SECXIXD RACE For two-year-old O.T. 1:13. Time, 0:1. Winner, u. f. TTHlncr. II. G. BedMTlt. mail, rood. Index. Hnrae. 0 W. TP. 8. 4 m, t...i ... ,nev' , ...lOS'.i 12 ...1M'4 S ! 1 - Doojh Girl lH 7 Gurxllni Water 1M 1 S Vichi UtHftf 11IU '1 1 !'H3' .UlVi'l 'l'lmioon "Arrow of Gold 109 4 3 8 - Jean Mario 107 9 11 7 - Mantilla 107 5 4 4 Painter 110 2 2 10 "Santa Paula -. 110 11 10 - Tha Cooi .....110 '7 11 10S Amjrlo.il Mal.1 l'JStf S 12 12 tt "Winds uf Chance. ...107 13 ns 13 ' Mutuels pald-Intrisante. $S.M. $3.40 and $2.50. Donh Girl, $15.60 and $6.10; Gnrgllnj Water, $I.D0. lntriganto drew away Into a eommandlns lead the first furlon and was In, hand at the end. Donah Girl wore down GurKllne Water enterlnc the home stretch. Latter tired at the end. Miht Raider as crowded axalnit the fence and dropped out of It soon after the start. Scratchel Qcecn Isalcl. OrenroUht Mtdit Raider, 1H; Intrigante, lj; Donch Girl, 1(4; American Maid, 1H; Plantoon, 3. Owner-1, J. K. L. Rosa; 2. J. E. Darls: 3, O. W. Rlsscll; 4. II. P. IVhltney; 5, Nerad Stock Farm: fl. R. V. Smith. Jr.; 7, Qntncy Htahlea; 3, VK J. Salmon; , C. A. Stoneham; 10, K. It. Harrlmann; 11, 11. It. I'arr; 12, Crown Stable; 13, J. L. Mnrphy. 199 THIRD RACK-The Monnt wa"blngton Steeplechase. For fonr-year-olds and upward. Two miles. Purse, $1,000. Post, 3f3l Off, 3:37. Time, 3:59. Winner, b. c, , hy Qnerido Marie Louise, 3d. Owner, Won ecsilr. Index. Hoie. Wt. PP. St. V, M. -I Marsouln .... 154 1 2 3' S - l)cciiT 150 2 1 l'W 1",: - Rliahty 2d 137 7 7 6Vi 4 US Pa-tora 117 3 3 J 2 - "Wiseit Fool 137 5 S 4 - Chester Tito 145 4 4 ( 6 - "Joyful ia S 7 7 Mat.ir?iirp?dlLo Marsouln. tS.OO.'niO. I.e Marsouln raced uader restraint tmtll railed on. Declslre hune on lonjer than last fence. Ulizhty. a too.1 icncer, ran au even race, joyiut snowea a nasn oi speea between twelfth ond thirteenth fences. Scratched Toppy Nut. Ownert 1, R. Parr; 2. H. W. Maxwell: I, Mrs. F. A. Clark; 4, N. CUappell; 5, J. E. InJ..... a ,IM c...l. 1 J V. Wlilen.- 200 FOURTH RACE The Druid Hill Parlt Fursc, $I.M0. Pot. 4:07. Off, 4:11. Owner, J. II. LOUCHUEiM. Trainer, Index. Horse. Wt, P.P. St. U (17) Raby Grand liV Supcnvoman .... 176 Peerage 151 fllinmo 17 Rllrer Springs... Sister Flo........ llygone 117 . 114 . 109 . 117 . in . no . 112 6'W 4' !, 3 4 5 1 2 5 6 7 7 Zealous 112 Mntnelt nald nahy Grand. 11.70. $1.50. Raby Grand mured up stoutly roundin; far turn and assumed an early lead entering home stretch. Suncrworaan broke slowly, pained stcMUy and finished very atrong. Peerage hung, after shaking off Sllrer Springs. Rygone iroko very slowly. Scratched-Madellne Lillian. Ofcrweight Sister Flo, 1. Owners 1, J. H. Lonchhelm; 2. W. J. Salmon; 3. Greentree Stable; 4, R. Part; 5, J, W. Rean: I. Qulncy Stable; T, A. H. Morris; 8, E. H. HirrimaJi. 201 FIFTH RACE The. Rennert Handicap. For four year-elds and upward. One mile. $2,500 added. Post 4:10. Off 4:41. Time. 1:40 4-ft. Winner, ch. c., 4, by Etar 8hoot-Lady Sterling. Owner, J. K. unn nrlvlntf. Index. Horse. 170 Sir Uarton (107) Foreground 189' Homines .. Kilts II Wt. I'l". HI. H 'ft "4 .. 132 3 2 2'H 2".J21 ..113 i a" a- .. KUtt 5 S S 5 ..101 1 1 . 1 1 K1 a s i 4 18S Translate r,,tiu nld Kir Uarton. 13.20 J2.00 : Sir Carton forced a fJt pace to stretch turn, where he shook off Kilts, but had to be. ridden out all last furlonq lo "tall off Foreground. Latter hung on with determina tion under punishment. Hondago tlretl In last quarter. K11U showed lot of early speed, Overwelght-KllU, 1: Dondage. 1H. . . . , , . . Owners 1, J. K. L. Ross; 2, J. J. Fahey; 3, Mrs. J. Arthur; 4, W. L. Oliver; 5, H. Marshall. ' OmO SIXTH RACE For three-year-olda and upward. Six furlongs. Parse. $1,500. Post. 6v& 5H5. on, 5:l. Time. 1:14. Winner, ch. ft. 3. by Thrush Silent Queen. Owner. J. K. L. ROSS. Trainer, H. O. Bed well. Start good for all but Vice Chalrmaa Won drlvlnff. Index. Howe. Wt. PP. m vi runt Klnr Thnuh. 10SH II 6'H 2 (lit) ncurry i' 151 Mock OTange.... 105 178 St Allan 102 10 3 2'V4 V 7 I5 ormomia ........ iia C 4 9 5 10 8 11 13 12 137 Quietude us Ilrooks AH. 115 112 103 107 , ICS , 101 . 113 Leadirg Star... Dcvildug rarnet Swecrjer 1K1 Vim Chairman.. ICS 8 It Sweet Music.... 101 It Mrry Ill 5 10 Mutneli paid King Thrush, 81.9. 12.70, tiro; frurrr. 11.10. 11.40; Mock Ornnge. 11170. King Thrush bumped whea alart came and left tha barrier slowly. He finished atoutly, ami wcarlnx Scurry down irot tip Ian fifty yrads. Scurry set a fsst pace. But tired lt furlong. Mock Ortnze a forward Contender all the way. Vice Chairman reared lust as harrier was sprung and was as good-is left. Scratched Lovely, Italco, Glen Llht, KI- Herod. Overweight King Thrush. 1H: Sweet Music, 1. Ownsrs 1. J. K. L Ross; S. II. P. Whlln-y; 3. J. Famill. Jr.; 4. North Shore Slab'e; t. W. Shea: , A. II. Morris: 7, J. S. DavU; 8, J, .Fitisimmcns; J. Qulncy StaWe; 10, O. R. TompKtns; u, J. n muj; h, k. 203 SUVKNTIt RACft-For three-year-olda and upward. Claiming. On mile and a sixteenth. Pnrse. 11,500. Tost. 5:17. Off, 5:50. Time. 1:48 M. Winner, b. c. 4, by Verdun nice Forte, owner ana Index. Horso. Wt.PP. St Vx (ie) 8. do verdun.it; i t V 1 7 2 4 1 21 H- 4 3 1W K 2 i 9 7 10 S 11 12 177 Siesta 107 7 lf-0 Cliarlli Summyl07 1 11 Klnr John Ill 1 HI" Pibroch Ill 1S1 roacl.er Ill tt HZ liucit-oard ,...t 1 Mrelaiid 107 3 VA Hong Kong.. 107 13 SIholJ 113 ' 5 118 'All Aglow. ...108 (51) Peerlrss Ono, .ICS S 8 9 Hi 11 3i i lo' u 11 12 JS Mntnel neid, Mutuels pald-Sotdat dc Verdun: li.tfl. 13.40 and $270: Slesla, -13.10 and 3.4; Charlls Snmmy, 113.20 Soldat Ie Verdun moved up stoutly roundlnt the far turn and finished strong. Slejta tired bally after disposing of csarlle Snmmy entering the homestretch. Latter outran hla field lo the first I urn. where ha drew away. Scratched-Mlslress Tolly, Sunny Hill, Alma, b. and Romeo. Orerneljtht tmlsnd. S. Owners-1. D. Shaw! 2, J. R. Blinker; 3. J, J. Faher: 4. P. Musaate: 5. C. C. Pmtlh. son: , J, Price; 7. E. K. Brxsou, t, I. Tarr; , W. M. Sheedy; 10. J. Lumtden; U, F. Ucibiiio; 13, T. ltodgo. REACH' FINAL IN NORTH SIDE TENNIS KAmngao and Blnzon Advanco in Straight Sotain Doubles Tonrnoy. Ichlya Kumngae nnd Elliott Blnrtn reached the final round- of tho North Sldo doubles tournament on the Unt verslty Heights Tennis Club courts yes terday as the result of n straight fct vlotory over' Roland B. Haines nnd Anton, Von Bernuth, The winners wore In excellent stroke, and after tho first few games had little trouble showing to advantage. The score was 64, 6 Tho match was featured by hard hit ting on both sides of tho net, both teams trying for ft decisive point with every stroke. Ilalnea nd Von Bernuth ptayed aggressively ftnd forced the Jl5 In tho forward court, but they Wore not aa adept as their opponents nt find ing openings for placement. During the greater part Of tho match Kumagae remained In deep court and Bont low looping returns cross court or along tho side lines that kept Haines and Von Bernuth on the Jump. There was a puzzling bound to the drive that -hot off tho Japanese's racquet and the losers had considerable difficulty In handling It. Blnzen was up at the net In Haines' severe service and his all around speed gavo his side the lead every rally. In tho early half of the opening set Beforo Kumagae and Blnzon could ?t Into their normal strldo their rivals were In front by 3 to I. The lottor. however, were unable to win more than threo games of the thirteen that were required to complete the match. RACING CHART. i Fin. Jockey. l'Vj 1' Zoeller .... J 2'H Ponce ..... fit. 177-tO 25-1 15-t 1W 12-f CIO 11-i lid ,..!.. 551 Fl. Sh. 147 9) 27-4 J7'M 47-20 41 7-2 4- 1 2-1 5- 1 S- !& 4 1 4-5 2-5 4M :a M $-J 20-1 10-1 Fator .... J.ux , Honltlns Morris .. Kelsay .. Bsrnci .. Rowan .. Burke ... lickens . Fletcher Sterlinr , Hummer Heupel ". I.C0; Pokey Jane. $11.70. H.701 Foreclosure maidens. Four fcrlonrs. Torse, $l.t90. Post 3:07, Ouner, Ji K, L. Ross. by UltlmusIntrliiie. you easily. Fin. Jockey. St. , ,21-10 ,. IS-1 .. 43-5 ,. 3-2 . 23-1 PI. 8h. 7.10 2-3 53-10 41-20 31 23-24 3-3 14 10-1 6-1 73d 251 -l 4-1 1 - 1-1 ' jn-l 15-1 40 1 20-1 VV, SanJo 2' Nicklaus S4 Stcrllnit 4 Kummcr 1 4 I lo 1 1 13 Hire ... Troler Mooney 176-1 20 1 38-1 ite'.ssy .... Pickens ... E. Haynes Ilnrke 75-1 Rodrlruea 109-1 Zocller ..ti.wA .-- v Rl Tarr. Trainer, W. Oartli. E-tart rood. 1'4 14 Fin, 2'U 2" !' l''i'!' 4' 3' 3' 3 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 Jockey. St. H. Crawford.. 3-2 I Pheyne 2110 II. Hayne' 16-1 E. Landry .... 20-1 C. Sraoot 4-1 8. Stcrenson.. 39-1 D. Byers PI. 11-20 3-4 5-1 S-t 1-5 HI $2.f0: Declslre. $3.50; $3 3): Rllahty 2d. $1.50, flrnl furlonx. Finished full of eonrate when usujI, fenced well and showed lot of speed to Purse. For two-year-olds. Four furlonxs. Time, 0:49. Winner, b. c, by Granite Babe. r k. uars. start good, won easily, F!n. Jockey. St. PI Sh. 1-10 3-10 23-20 3-2 2-1 15-1 5-3 'Vt Podrlguex 2" Kelsay .... 3 .Coltllettl , 4 Hummer , Sande 17-20 11-19 25-1 12-1 11-4 1- 4 2- 5 61 4- 1 3- 2 30-1 5- 1 10-1 Rice ... 7-4 n. nayncs 13-1 Troxler ......35-1 4-1 tZ.2f. Sunernoman. $2.?0. $2.60: Peerace. 11.30. L. ROSS. Trainer, II. O. lledwell. Blart good. Jt Fin, iH 1' Jockey. . Sande . ... llutwell ... Rodriguez., Zoellcr ...I St. 3- S BI-10 4- 1 23-1 Z3-1 PI. 0- 20 1- 1 4-5 4-1 4-1 Bh. J" - 4 3 1 4 r. R Mooney Foreground, f 4 j n nn. jocaey. st. PI. 7-20 1-4 10-1 31 61 SI 1J-1 401 Sh. 1-4 7-10 97-2n 3-2 3- 1 4- 1 81 20-1 2 1H Sande 19-20 Coltllettl 19-5 4 3 Zocller 71-t 5 4 6 5 3 6 8 7 7 I Fator 21-5 15-1 21-1 33-1 M Johnson ... Haynes .... Ktcklaua ., Rice Mooney ... Woodstock Dlshmoa .. Burke ..... Dabln 10 9 ll 10 11 1" 11 w-i 6-1 40-1 3-1 , 15-1 iw; is, u winirtv. trainer, D. shaw. start good. Won easily. Fin. Joclter St. PL Sh. 2 I'M Henpcl ... 1' iK 5:olIer ... , 13-10 2S- 31-1 9-1 .i... Ill 1M 110-1 , 33-3 ".'.'.!'." 33-1 7- 10 ll-M 8- 1 2-t 4-1 6-1 40-1 6-1 15-1 720 7-10 235 11 2- 1 5-2 20-1 3- 1 M 10-1 3' Rldcnour . 4 lorrls ... Sande B. Fator.. Rterlinj . Kelsay ... Ponce .... Johnson . l.nx Darnrs ... 6 7 8 9 10 II 1! 52-1 20-1 Rer.nert Hmdicap-at Pimlico TRAP SHOOTERS TIE POR STATE TITLE Scoro of 148 .Lewis, Smith and Lauronco Break Even. Closo and exciting shotgun aiming mnrked tho first leg of the New York State Individual clay rock championship at tho Travcrs island traps yesterday, where n squad of ninety-five shooters lined up to do battle for the prizes. This leg consisted of 150 clays, nnd whon tho last ono went whirring; ovor the waters of the Sound the score sheet showed that three men had tied for the lead and two wore running level for second. The leaders were Tracy H. Lewis, Q. A. Smith and T. H. Lawrence, all three of the Now York A. C. In tha divisional contests, which carried extra prizes, Lewis and Bmlth figured In Class A, while Lawrence belonged to Class B, and the trio hung up totals of 143 out of a ppsslblo U0. Totals of 142 wero dis played for II. J. I'cndergast and Frank S Wright, tho latter being the present title holder, while Tendcrgast hau won It four times In the paBt six years, ThK'nUlntet of shooters will have an- ntlier"tntiretlng tilt In th final " clays to-day, and It Is possible that tho winner may cmerso out of the lot to capture the honors. Fred J. Ham of the .New York A. C. was high scoro in iass C. while H. L. Qlllesple of Orange, N. J., topped the tally in Class D. in tno first leg ot me cnampionsmp shoot there was un extra prize nt stake in the "last hundred" clays. This was open only to the members of 4he New York State Sportsmen's Association. Tho prize was a gold championship medal, und It was secured by II. J. I'endcrgast of Phoenix, N. Y.. with a total of 98. Fred Tomlln of Atlantic City, the na tional amateur.champlon of a tow years ao, shot as a professional, and with D. V. dross, another "pro." smashed 144 .ut of the 150 clays trapped. The summary: Kew York Htato champlonshlp-Plrst leg; 150 '"fas'!' A T. 11. Lewis. HI; O. A. Smith, HI; K. 8. Wright, H2; II. J. I'cndergast. H2; W. II. Sllkworth. Ill; II. I.. Spoils, 138; I. Von Iloockmsn, 13; It. H Donnelly, 133; b. U RlrtleU. 131; I). W. Wadsworth, 132. Class n-T. H. Lawrence. 141! J. O'Neill. 110; II. W. Voorhlee, HO; E. II. Morse. IS: II W. Wynne. 138: A. P. Bennett, l3i: A. W. Meager, its; W. U Allen, IMi A. K. llaiiney, lit; Q. H. Martin, 135; J. V. Jleyulger. U J. I.. Talcolt, 135: H. C. Rarntow. 133; 8. Wing. 133: S. Hopmns, Mil J. II. rinch, lit; M, McVoy, 113; J. P. Donovan, 133: I. Lei ford. 111: J. n Fontaine, 133: D. h. Ou'.ter, 133; F. P. William. Ill; J. It. Hcn.lrlckson. Ill; II. sanford, 131; B. I. Anderson. 130; It. F. Willis, 10; W. II. Ogilen, 1; H. r. Ilraddorlf, 1, I", It, filephenon. 129; , E. fleers. 123; C. P. Harding, 127; T. E. Healy, Clss C-F. J. Ham, 1 I.. M. Smith, IMt l Vrl tJ.1- V. 1. Hxlnmon. lit! W. W. reibody, 134: R. P. Tabor. 134 E. (1. Kord, l; O's. Mrtiutcheon. 135: A. O. Keator. .step toward attaining tennis efficiency 3; John Philip soua, 133; 11. (1. Vowl, 152; a professional Instructor has been en : ic' .'Jfi"' ?'-rlRi si'.r' qmiih 'pa8ci1 10 Pa particular attention to the 113 131 K. King. 117; (7. W. Derrick. 117; It. S. Smith, 124; F. A. Siebert. 12; l". F, Seeley, 12H I V. A. Siebert. 12: l". F. Seeley. 12)1 I.. If, Schortmeler. 124; It. Sinclair, 121; F. R. Sintor, 121; C. O. Hedstrom, 124: C IJ. llriikwedile, 121: J. fl. Dey, 121! K. L. Klott. 120; O. WtnrfhsnsMi. US: It. F Rice. 11); H. n. Knight, IU; II. J. Ellsworth, ill. Class D H 1 lillleple. 133; tt. Bauer, 125: J. W. Wantilne. 127; E. 1.. Haas, 12J; J. R. Rowland. 121: W. H. Dennl". 117; K. M. r.oterts, 117; F., Mlillten, IUi A. W. Currle, lit; K. W Hohl.le. 10: J. O. Pusliee, 102; P. Ernshnw. Ml: R. I Duke, 55. Profesl3iia!sF. Tomllti. HI; H. D. Gro. 141 P. It. Husemon. 141: H Winchester, 13: II. Clark, 1.1S; t! B. Tomrklns, 137; A. K. Hall. 130; L. ft. Parcells. 124; Nelf Apgar, 123; J. II Smith. 123: H. A. Keller. 122. Inrtlttdnal Chsmnjonshlp of the New York Ktate Sportsman Association, 100 targets Winner, H. J. Pendcrgast, M. TniAI.S AT DAItTMOUTH. t!?rftal in TUB Sex A,fn .New York Hrnttiv HANOvin, N. H.. May 4. Harry Ulti ma n took the Dartmouth track team outdoors here to-day for tho first time this season. Time trials have been held In preparation for he dual meet with Pennsylvania Saturday In Philadelphia. Thompson was the big star. He an nexed firsts In tho hurdles, discus throw and broad Jump. Shelburne led the field In the shot put and the 100 nnd 2:0 'ard daphes. ROD AND j HHjII t A'IKIt 1 OR LOCAL ANdLEHK FROM MAY TO MAY . - Sandy Hook Princess Jsmslea Ray Oorernori WlUets New (The Horseshoe) Hay (Canarsle) Island Toint London Hate. May 6.. May 6.. May 7.. May 8.. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. 04 0:18 0:09 02.1 0:40 " n:40 0:S7 9:51 10.02 10:31 "lD;25 10:3.1 10:30 10:40 11:10 1107 11:17 11:12 1122 11:.V 'lias 12:00 12:02 May v. The time rfvtn In the above tablo la Eastern one" hour. Fair Flslilni Sunday Despite Wind. Wind and weather were asalnst flshlns vrihlc-sa a treat number of anglers wore out, and fair catches of fish were made both Inshore and away outswe. Charlie Frclbcrscr of the Admiral fished the Uns grounds Ind reported thirty to forty fish to a man. A few whiting ond some large wa flounders, up to three pounds. WGusRaunof the Elmar fished Inshore near . T . nAl,Mtf anil hf fflltl IPsehad'f-.njl whltlne. mere wan m"'', " ?nd It was difficult to lay properly for good ' Tom'rawtowiky of the Yankee Doodlo II. .aldt wis a mean day. with a strong wind and cross tides against him. nevertheless fair catches of ling and flounders were mad He "aid further that tho ling would grow more plentiful by th. hour from nArcWe Ruekner of the Captain Joe It. his nassenccrs to the Farms, and. man known as "Albert," from .jk. I ncced a thirty-two pound cod and In Stall the pool. This was ono of four Pn on tho boat, j jnd therowas aUo raisS: SS .7 he America reM he flsne'i nt me wu... .. HOD AND GUN. ROD AND GUN. Farm or 17 Fath., Sua., 7:?0 fl. rfl. ninimi COD AND IlLACKFISH. 11 IK A I IIA Martin's Dock, sheepahend UIIIHUUM ny. dpt. 1. MABT1.V. FLOUNDERS ARE B1TINO. Rowboats and launches 'to hire. Halt for Me. HENRY LAM PC. Sea Breeio Hotel, Freeport Point. Tel. 147 Freeport. All rent for lockers must be paid by Mt ;d. ...A.-., TtlUIfU BllVn.V A,ft A M l lAii liinri j .,'. . ....... CTD Clin VM Commencing Thurs., Mny I 31 nXVCl.Ili(tai WiiMi flRiiy tn fish- . ,.- r.- . t , inTrv inB Oillina. him, . ... .... ..... LINO, LINO, FLOUNDERS SUNDAY, 7. M.J.R.III nany, a a. i., exc. on., from Phecpshead Bay. Capt. LOUIS HARMS. FISH mounted on oak panels, artistic work. Mounted' birds, animals, same liendt for rale, M. J. HOFMANN, Taxidermist, fisa Gates av.. Brooklyn. Phone Bushwlck r.IOO. LINO AND BLACK 7 A. M. SUNDAY. .,,1U U , , Captain Job 11 j.vs. nnsspsnean nay dally exc. Mon.A Frl., 8 Capt. A. Bucltner &a FISHING TACKLE We also lend money on tacklo. J. H. RE1F, 309 Id Av.. nr. lid St., N. T. C. 17 FT. PARTY no.VT for hire for flounder and biacKiisning or i. i. ouna: so pas sengers; 823. Capt. PETERSON. Island At.. New Rochelle. Tel. 3331W. YankeeDcodlellrr.1;" s. 5S;h?fado. ll S P. M. Ung and flounder. Capt.TOM. VELOCITY Dally. 8 A. M. Sunday. 7.10 a. m From Sheepshead Bay. Capt. JI. OSBORN, LINO LI.SU UNO. JOSEPHINE leaves Bayalde Dock every dor 8 A. M, Oast. BERTv INTERCITY TENNIS IS CLEVELAND IDEA Intends to Send Its Players to , Leading Cinlret. . Cleveland Is to play a prominent part In Intercity tennis-competition this year. The Associated Tennis Clubs of that city have voted to send their leading players to the most prominent tournaments In Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati, Buffalo and other centres during the outdoor season nnd to arrange ns many team matches ns posslblo with out of town clubs. In every caso the expenses of tho Cleveland team will bo defrayed by tlw nomo at Roclatlon, which has tjlt upon a novel method of obtaining funds for that pur pose. There aro a dozen clubs In trio Cleve land organization and tournaments are frequent at every ono Of them. The organization has conducted a successful campaign among Cleveland citizens In terested In tennis and has induced hun dreds of them to Join as associated members at the annual dues of $2. Issuing cards that permit the holders to attend all tournaments In tho district without any. extra admission charge. The moneys thus .obtained ard" to be used principally to defray the expenses of tho Cleveland players on their various trips to other cities. Cleveland's object In featuring Intel" city tennis Is to arouso Interest In tho mort, to develop many new nlayew each year ana to glvo Ita leading players uii upportunlty of gaining cxpcrlenco by meeting tho best racquet wiclders of other cities. It was with this purpose in mind that the Cleveland Associated Tennis Clubs requested and received sanction for tho first open Intercity doubles tournament, to bo held there on Juno 21, Every effort Is to be made by tho national association to Induce the lending tennis cities In the country to, send their strongest doubles teams to tho event. Seventy entries already have been re ceived for the annual open tournament Of tho Harlem Tennis Club, which gets under way on Saturday, nnd Indications are that by tho tlmo tho players take tho courts tho list will have reached one hundred. Ichlya Kumagne, the Japanese star, probably will bo tho highest rank ing player In the event. William T. Tllden 2d, who won the tournament two years ngo.Js not expected to participate this year, because he has been chosen for tho Davis Cup team, and In the three weeks remaining beforo tho trip to Eu ropo will be nioro or Ubs at the disposal of the national committee. Tlldon proo ably will confine his efforts until then to practice matches against tho strongest of the players In the East. Th! directors of the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club long have had In view the necessity nf raising the standard of lawn tennis In Canada if that country Is to become a serious contender for International tennis honors. Asnn Initial the younger players, so that they may begin their tennis careers with tho proper ptjles nnd strokes. This professional, O. E. Ory, has had long experience, first In Knglaiy) and later In th United States. ' BACING COMMISSION MEETS. nisctuse Flans for Coming Sen on With Prominent Tnrfuien. James, W. W.idsworth, George W, I-oft nnd Harry Sinclair, composing tho Ftnto Racing Commission, met R. T. Wilson of the Saratoga Racing Associ ation, August Helmont of the West chester Association, James Shevlln ami W. C. Courtney of the Queens County Jockey Club, Matthew Corbctt of the Metropolitan Jockey Club and a repre sentative of tho Empire City Associa tion, yesterday, and discussed plans for tho coming racing season. Licenses for the various race meetings In the State were approcd and signed by the com mlsjloiiers and It was decided to estab lish a new ofllce In this city. At n meeting of the Jockey Club to bo held May 13 the present rulo against tot- calks will be changed. GUN NEWS P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P..M. A.M. P.M. 10:03 0:44 12:17 12:40 lOult 10:57 10:42 10:10 10:13 12:40 1:18 11:34 11:30 11:20 10:42 10:44 1.-21 1:53 1220 11:17 1120 , 200 2:33 1224 118 12:40 12:00 3.43 3:17 1:19 1:M standard tune. For daylight saving time add passengers averaced ahout thirty ling each of the regular run. The flih bit best at, the oW wnter slack. Dave Martin of lh Cllralrti went to tlie Farms, where twelve medium sized cod were boated as well as blackftsh and cun ncra. Fred Hcntel of Hoboken took a 1 pound blackflsh. The pool was captured by a 12 pound cod. He also reported bid cross tides and a heavy wind. Tony Lundy ot the R. C. Lundy said that the wind and tide kept his passengers from getting big hauls, but that the anglers aboard his boat had fair catches of fish. Bert Dunham of the Josephine fished at the Farms and a 17 pound pollack took tha pool aboard hit boat. There were some cod from 10 to 13 pounds taken, some blnckflth and quit a lot of big cunners. Fred Plaire nf tho Shamrock reported only fair fishing at the Farms, and tha rim nf fish aboard his boat were cod, blackflsh and cunners. Ha also spoke of the heavy wind and cioss seas. Tlio Velocity fished the Farms and then came Inshore for ling. The Prlscllla fished at the Farms and also stopped at the ling grounds on tho way In. Capt. Jorgtnsen of the Joe Plnket has Installed a new motor In his boat and la now putting; on tho finishing touches before going Into commission. He will announce' his sailing dates shortly In the Rod and Uun column. ROD AND GUN. FLOUNDER FISHINO UP THK SOUND. M-Jl:-C leaves E. l!2d St., Tue,, iuadelineO. Thurs., Sat, Sun.7A.M.; K. list St.. 7:10; Pt. Morris. B. 118th St.. 8. Bring bait. Tel. Mornlngslde 1373. To charter weekdays. No aton at 188th St. Bundaya. A. LYONS. ELSIE leaves Clason Pt. Sunday, Tuea.. Wed. and Thurs.. A. M. Flountiera. II. ZUBB. WISDOM Dally, 10 A. M. Sundays. I A. M. Dunn's Dock, Sheep. head. CAPT. BOB. KLONDIKE leaves Hudson Park. New Rochelle!, every day except Mon. and Wed., 9 A. SI.", for flounders. Bring bait. FLOUNDERS ARE BITING ? ---- --- - t- . - uammeis. Chnrles Noehren, Ooose Creek, Jamaica Bay. VENTURAS leaves Thurs., 138th St. i A. ,; Clason Point, 8:10. Capt. LOUIS ZINKAND. Weotlier Permltllng, 17 Fathoms, leaves Stahle's, Canarale, 7 A. M. Thurs. and 8un. Capt. POLLAK". LINO FISniNO 10 A. M. DAILY. ADMI RAL Leavi' 8hPhd Hay Sun HUIIIIIIHS. dav 7:10. Cunt, nitint it. AMERfCAe'e'i Rtinrlav 1 nn..'. Sheepshead Bar. J.'lllchael. R.aLUNl)Y. Dally except Monday, 8 A. M. Sunday. 7 A. M. IwiUA W lv. It. It. station. Wrack Lead, UUKA I duy. 1:41 train; Sunday, :0i and 9:08 trains. Bring worms. RATHMAN. LINO LINO LINO. ' PBCI MnilTleavea Sheepshead Bay dally .PtLKlUHl, Bun , JENSEN. Electra leaves Clason rt. Tues.. Thurs.. 4 Sun. 8 A.M. Flounders. Tel. New town 817.J. Capt. BTOEIIR. nltANF leavss Catiani Thur.. eat. and DUHIHS. Sun( T A M M. ROWLAND. FLMAI? Lenves Sheepshend Bay Dally bkiimri. tAlu tea. 7;so. OusIUu. 'AMERICAN FENCING CANDIDATES NAMED Twelve Men Will Take Part in Series of Olympic Tryouts. The ofllclal list of candidates for the fencing team to represent this country In nivmnln orames at AniwcrD was announced last night by the) b6ard of . . . I 1 ..... governors oi ino ahwidui Loaguo of America. The list Include twelve names, five of the men being from tho army. The candidates are. 4is fol lows: Cleorgo H. Breed, Fencers Club of New York, who wns captain of tho Ameri can team at Stockholm In 1912: Arthur Lyon, Fencers Club of New York ; Sher man Hall, New York Athletic Club, who went to Stockholm and who Is th cham pion with tho foils; Steddlford Pitt, New York Athletic Club; William H. Russell, Boston Athletic Association, former champion with tho epee ; Brooks Parker, Philadelphia Fencers Club; Dr. Scott Hreckflnrldgc, Washington Fencers Club, r.nd the following from the Army Offi cers Fencers Club: Capt. H. T. Rayner, Col. F. W. Honeycult, Henry Brccken rldge, former Als'ftnt f?crtAry "f War; Sergeant DImond nnd Col. H. T. Sears. The fencers named will compete In a scries of three elimination tournaments to decide who will go to Antwerp. These tourneys will be held at tho Sleepy Hol low Country Club at Scarborough, N Y. : the Merlon Cricket Club, near Philadel phia, and at the Seabrlght Chib at Sea bright, N. J. The Intercollcglato Fencing League also will havo a representative. Its strongest fencers will tako part In the field day of the A. F. L. A. on the grounaj of the New York Athletic Club nt Travers Island on Mar M. That event, too, will have a bearing on the flnal selection. DARTSIOUTII VS. IIARVAHD. . SpMit ts Tub Sc ixn Nsw Yoik llnir.n. Hakovkr, N H.. May 4. The Dart mouth baseball nlno left hero to-day for tho annual game with Harvard In Cambridge. Coach Tesrcau has great confidence In the ability of tho Green diamond artists despite the reverse suf fered last week at the hands of Ford ham and Tale. Tommy Tracy, who re lieved Wallace after tho fatal third Inning at Fordham and held his oppon ents runless for the rest of the game, It slated to do tho twirling for Dart mouth. The rest or the lineup will bo tho sum as played In tho opening games. Thursday the Green nine stacks up aealnst Tufts at Medford. Indexed Pimlico Entries vir.t nco. Two-year-olds: maidens: sell ing: four furlengs. Index. Horse. Wt.jlndcx. Horse. Wt. Thornway ....107 111 Hees' Nest 102 4nsh Jlr HO 1 Toreador 110 Conrose 93l 169 Victor A .10! 1M E. Princess.. ..107' 130 Hot Stuff .110 1U Cullinan M Recond Race. Four-year-olds and upward; maidens; the Haltlmow stecplichaso; two PllleS. Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Horse. Wt. 1 Vigilante Its Iloneor , Sir Darya.. ...'.137 ....147 ....147 155 Earlocker Ill Sea o' Oress.,.13S Guy Gaunt 117 m Surf Queen.. ..HI 1SJ Mlnata :..17 King Terry..,. .127 US' J. A. Shtridan.117 naronet IK' Genevieve B...1I1 Mlntn China. .113 Tlulr.her Rov - Prosit 117 Fmmlmau ....117 Midi. II 1S7 Courle Pioneer and Baronet as Glen Iver Stable entry. Couple Rutchcr Roy and Prosit as Gen, J. A. Uuchanan entry. Couple Sea o' Gress and Guy Gaunt as Mrs. W. A. Prime entry. Couple Surf Queen and Mlnata r Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark entry. Couple Rniulmau and Midas aa Ral Parr entry. Third Race. Three-year-olds; claiming; ono mile and a sixteenth Index. Horee. Wt Index. Horse. Wt. li Hon Kong.. ..Ill 15l Redland 120 112 Verio 11 si 112 Punctual 100 122 'Kilkenny ....121 1SJ Katruarok .. 112 m 'Indian Chant.US! 11 'War Tax 108 1 "Wand 110 101 123 Jetsr Fourth Race. Three-year-olds ; selling; one rr.lle. Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Horse. Wt. 1M Sea Oueen li 116 My Dear.......lM !5 Rd Domino... Ill 81 American HoV.110- 17 Foreclosure... Wl 95 'Peccant 110 1S7 'Toucanet ....1051 lf 'Cock o' the RJOS 171 'Gain do C'ee.1031 1M The' Wit IIS Klfth Race. Three-year-olda and upward; selling: six runongs Index. Horse. Wt. 1IM AAtlnue 107 Index. Horse. Wt. San Marcus.. ..106 US' 'Ha(kamore....ll0 184' Redland 119 Armant u Armant 112 iiv -roKey 17 'Pouey jane.... ?5 ' 1M Torquato 1I...111I 111 Mariery 109 14 Fr'k Macklln..U4; 181 Napoll 112 so 'Deckhand ...1171 H9 Ollre James.... 7 Flxth Ilace. Tliree-yenr-olda and upward: the Pimlico Spring Handicap; one mile and a sixteenth. Index. Horse. Wt. Index. Hone. Wt. Gnome 104 (IPfi-s Knot 93 181' Crank 103 m Roycs Rools.,.107 ITS' Stsr Master... .Ill Donllace 1161 118 Kalllpolis ....1901 179 Slippery Elm..l6 fltO) Irish Kiss W ti Dean Gone. ...101 181 Mn'k Oranfe. 93. 194 natural Bridge.ioo 1 t Tf tV.n'r 11.1 Couple Slippery Kim aVid Irish Kiss a Sunnyland 8tahl entry. Couple Clean Cone and Mock Orange aa John Karrell, Jr.. entry. Couple Gnomo, Knot and Crank as Samuel Hoss entry. Couple Royce Rools and Star Master as A. K. Macomber entry. Serenth Race. Three-year-olds and" up ward 1 selling: aix turionga. 1.v1t. Hnr. Wt Index. Horse. Wt. 184 Acouchla H...l' Encrtnite ......l HI "Bell Rlnrer....IU 111 Tiger Rose.. ..107 184 'SylTano 107 Lord R. Vale.. 117 Equator 119 incinerator ..uw 6! Mum. Jombo..U9 'Sin 95 (171) Marmlte 115 1S1 Challenre ...107 11? Keireusi till Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather clear; track fast. HOBOES AND CARRIAGES. Ot. Bfw tonVS4lStls CHBLIG AVlfTJOM EAST 24TH ST.. LEXINOTON & 3D AVE 8. 300 HORSES Consisting ot Both Fresh and Seasoned Stock AT PUBLIC AUCTION SALE TOMORROW THURSDAY. MAY I, BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. with the usual varied list of complete busi ness outfits, wagons, harness, &c. Special Conilf nmonta Consigned by a truckman who la reducing his plant, 8 Seasoned Work Horses, ' 4 Tracks and Harness. This consignment is in good con dition and is to be' sold only on ac count of loss of work. Following the above we will sell 6 Polo -Ponies They arc well broken and safe to handle'. All warranted horaea sold subject to trial up to noon Wednesday. Money back then If animal proves other than aa represented. MAIN OFFICE. 113 EAST 14TII STREET. SEVERAL HORSES, SUITABLE FOR, FARM WORK. INQUIRE MR. DUNN. 110 WEST SOW ST. (PARK & TILFORD 78 Western horses Just arrived at ths Wee. hawken Stock Yards. Weehawken. N. J. JAMES EM.SLIE HORSE CO. Telvphons IX Uoboksn, SQUADRON A POLO , TITLE IS DECIDED Troop B Wins Final Over Troop D, U to S. Tha Troop O trio, captained by Ser geant M". Q. Bhsw, with Sergeant F. F. Rclchner at No. X and Capt J. J. W. Hall at bock, lost night won the Inter-troop polo championship of Squarson A In tho armory at Madison nvenue and East Ninety-seventh street Ths Troop B team defeated that ot .Troop V in the final by a score of 11 goals to V, There were) two periods of seven mln 'utes each. In the first half Troop B was held to a lead of only one goal, the I count being 8 to 2, but In tho scrnd period the ultimate victors played all around their rivals. Sergeant Shaw starred for the winners. The Ttood D team was corrmosed of I Private T. K. Blrrett, Private W. W, I Mattocks and Sergeant W. O. Klatrsner, with the last named doing the best work. Sergeant Rclohnir scored three goals, Sergeant Shaw four goals and Capt Hall four goals. Private DIrrell got one goal and tho other two members of his team two goals each. Sergeant R. C Cooke was the referee, Sergeant S. Peabody wns timer and Corporat T. B. Reeve Bcorcr. HOUSES AND CARRIAGES. SPECIAL SPRING SALE SADDLE HORSES POLO PONIES FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7TH AT TnB CENTRAL PARK RIDING ACADEMY, 59TH ST. AND 7TH AVE. THK OPFERINQS WILL CONSIST OP 20 WELL BROKEN SADDLE HORSES , Consignee! by T. B. GLOVER, AIKEN, S. C that have been wed during the Winter at Aiken, S. C. This consignment conmU of young, tound hones, guaranteed to give proper lervice during the hot wjmmer month for ride and drive purpojts. Suitable alike for town or country use. they are perhaps the most serviceable lot of the kind offered in the local market this season. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 7TH, CENTRAL PARK RIDING ACADEMY AT 8 O'CLOCK. oTn ST. AND 7THAVK. FISS, DOERR & CARROLL HORSE CO., Auctioneer. BKHIHTON 1120 Cole 4 Pasangr rw) lilt Hudson t'assenaer 1118 Cadlllae I Pnssnter. 1919 Liberty Boadster 1919 M"" 1919 Maxwell Touring 1919 Bulck Hoadst''r 191S Uulck 7 Vassensrer Tourlnf 1918 Oldsmohlls "" Tourlns 1915 Oldsmoblle "" Touring 1918 Stutx Fix Passenger 191S Stutx Four Passenger 191S Stutz Two Passengsr 1918 Hudson Ijndnu Roadster 1918 Hudson Four Passenger 1918 ticrlpps French Brougham 1918 Overland Touring 1917 Slarmon Bedan . 1917 Hudson Seven Passenger AND 10 OTHE113. 9 to 0 Dallr. tO to I Fnndar. Open Krenlngs, 7 to 0. The Brighton Aula Exohange Inc. Appraisers to tbe trade. 1077 Atlantic At., Cor. Franklin At., 11ROOKLYN. OUR LOW TIRE PSIOlTS MAKE nUSINKSS. Call and ha convinced. No price iuatl ver jJvooe, Diamond, Goodrich, Firestone. Ajai, ie. firmouth. Etc. Clenn. Fresh. fletHnnl TltM. CADILLAC "57" v SUBURBAN 1919 Bedan, blue veltet upholstery, beautiful job; guaranteed order. ROSKAM-SCOTT CO. 1896 Broadway, 907 Col. CADILLAC "57" Town Limousins elegant order: gray upholstery; ex ceptional condition. ROSKAM-SCOTT CO. 1896 Broadway, 907 Col. A REAL OPPORTUNITY. Series' 40 Cole 8 Springfield sedan; thor oughly reconditioned: was delivered lo 1918; has low mileage: cheap: new car guarantee. COLE USED CAR DEPT., 220 West CCIp at. BODY, good for taxi; Itoo, Packard, White chassis. BCS1I TERMINAL GARAGE, 3(8 Pth at- near4th av., Brooklyn. CADILLAC 47 Imperial limousine, specttl leather pphaisteryj ear la very excellent condition ; tmmedlat delivery. Write or wlrs. F. E. UdPADDEN, M Uarfleld av., Detroit. Mich. CADILLAC 1011 totniag; first $400 takes It: ood condition.. UUS. Academy 7. COUPE body wanted for a Willys-Knight 88-4 chassis, to seat 3 or 4 passengers' must bo In good condition. Box O. P. 411 Sun-Herald. Herald square. FIAT Imported 20 H. P.. with collapsible Springfield coupelet: splendid condition: self . . ,rvw Mil. am .... . a. . ' FORDS Large selection used Fords; soma rebuilt, rennlshed Ilk new; some with closed tops, soma with electric starters; In. eluding sedans, coupslets and trucks; time payments and exchanges arranged; also sfcw Fords. MORRIS AUTO CO., Authorised Ford Dealers 1001 Iledford av., Brooklyn, FORD 5 passenger, self-starter, in excel- ..... ... 4 1 1 . . , K A . . . . . . . ciil iwiiuutvu, ,..uv v7 ClUfa. alK, VARANELLI, Palma Dress, 868 East FOHD touring seat slip covers, hlh grade ma. terUls, $13.30 complete. First floor. 878 Csaal st FRANKLIN roadster, Series 0-A. In first class condition. Apply MANUEL 11ERG- MAN. 1777 Broadway. Phono Clrcls S34S. 1X)K BALE AUtn five passenger touring car, perfect condition; five new tires; no dealers. DUFFIN, 331 Madison av. Phono tfiurrnjr mu qai. ingpeciion requested. HUDSON, lattst model, touting limousine; or auouroan Muan; run sdoui s,wo miles; Is In first class condition In every respect: two spare shoes and many extras: price tl.000. BURNS. 782 Carroll st., Brooklyn. Phone 1M Sterling or m Canal. HUDSON tonn car and Peerless 7 pas scnger touring: must sacrifice: both lata models In first class shape. Owner, ORA- liuw. t-none scnuyier ag.v, weunoaiiny, HUDSON coupe, ( cyllndir, 4 passenger: ex- ceneni condition: must on to'.a at once: bargain. Phone 7787W Windsor. LANCIA roadster; & high clas.i car: one ot the best lookers In town; 81. POO. RUBIN, 120 West I71li at. Fordham 1K.12. j ilAIOIO.N taren passcuger, Victoria tup, sup I covers:' like new; will aacriflcs. C. P.. box 410 Sun-Herald. Herald square. MERCEDES 1M1 raceabnut. K h. p. (foreign rating); excellenr" condition; aluminum I body; tires good shape; car has hart best of J care, any mechanical work that haa been I necessary having been dona by MerrH's I Repair Co. Phone McGONIOLE, Llspenard ' 6197. 01 ER LANDS AND UI1.LV3-KNIGHT8. 1 Reconditioned : nil models. Open srtnlnrs, WUTB-OVBsVLAND. Inc., B'way aad Hth at. if skSBMh TOWNSkND TAKES SWIMMING TITLE Beats Manual for Freshman Laurels. Swimmers representing- Townsend Harris Hall last evening. won the fresh man team championship of the high schools of this city when they defeated those of Manual Training by a score ot 33 points to 21. The meet was held In the pool of the Central Y. M. C. A. In Brooklyn. Townsend qualified for the final by leading In Manhattan, while Manual won tho tltlo In Brooklyn. Townsend Harris won fir at place In all the Individual events. Manual's lone victory came In the relay race, Tho summaries: -A V a I .1 . I... ""ll, tr ... n.WH...J Harris; GUmore, Manual, second: Fergu son, Manual, miro. lime, jsi-u econus, Dive for Form Won hy Daly, Townsend, 21 points; Hettrlck, Manual, 23 points. Sec onal MUrpiiy, . JDWTUwna, ti pvinia, u.ini. 800 Foot 8wlm Wort by Townsend; Manual, second. Time, 2:03 3-d. 320 Taro Bwun won oy vicui, ihwhs. end; BeMenberg, Manual, aecondt Rosen Berr. Townsend, third. Time, 3:20 3-5. JO0 Foot nreast Htrofce Won by Rosen thal, Townsend! Downle, Manual, second; Calhoun, Manual, third. Time, 49 4-3 aee ondn, . , iw iaru nvT.ur w uu j 4wwi, nnv mil; MamoUes. Townivnri. lecond; Snrx'on, iOO Foot Hety ndc Won by Manual, Townr-end. gfcond. Tlira. l;03 2-n. H018ES AND CAllIAQES. AUTOS TIRES BODIES TUBE8 nrNOTE OUR NEW ADDRESSES A BROAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FINE LINE OF USED CARS Easy Payments Arranged: Demonstrations; Automoouna irauea. 1030 10 Mercer (Speedster) 1010 Cadillac 7 Pass. (Special Healy Body) 1010 Oole,4Paas3port 1010 Cole 7 Pass. 1910 Peerleai Sedan, lfio stuts 6 Pass. 1010 13 Mercer 4 Pass. 1013 Cadillac 4 Pass. 1018 Packard 7 Pats. 101S Hudson 4 Pas. 1811 Overland 5 Pan. 1017 Packard 7 Pass. 1017 Cadillac - (Town Landau) 1017 Manmon Llmo'ne 1017 Loco Landaulet 1917 Hudson Townar 1017 Hudson Sedan 1017 National Sedan J017 Mercer Sub. Bed. IBI7 Owen Magnetic (Landaulet) 1017 Bulck IJmouslna 1017 Mitchell Runabt. 1917 OrerlandSPaas. 1017 Davis 4 Pass. 1017 Paige Sedan 1017 8tiidebaker7Fau 1916 Cadillac (Town Oar) lOla National 7 Pass. 191S Plerco Arronr (Limousine) lois Cadillac Itunab't Bpeclal: Lancia Suburban Sedan (Late Impor tation). Many Others. New Arrivals Dally. Tires & Tubes at Old Prices We Beat All Prices Quoted Anywhere! bodies 0(ien & Closed Prices Right oaab. Tops, windshields, etc.. etc. Jfandorf Automobile Co., NOTE OCR NEW ADDRESSES AUTOS AND GENERAL OFKIOE3 235-237 W. 50th SU n'r B'way Tire Dept 161 Broadway, corner Hd St. Body DopU 430-436 W. Mth, near 9th At. nroo:;irn nro iirancn. 1381 ueorora at. llnwlilm Swrp Orioa ETenln,Ta until 9 P. M. PIERCE ARROW 1!0. dual valve. 7 passenger tour ing, used very few miles; exceptional bargain. ROSKAM-SCOTT CO. 1896 Broadway, 907 Col. ,EASY WAV TO SELs. fOUB CAB. Van Taasell It Kearney's Sales Ring (es tnbllshed 1S87), ltfl-118 East 13th t" has long been esteemed clearing house for the sale and purchase ot second hand au tomobiles, passenger and commercial, by auction. Least tronblesoma and quickest medlnm tor both sellers and buyers. Mors prospective, buyers than ran as a rule, sa list yours now. Anotlan of autoa ivery Stuyveaant SIS, PACKARD, S- sccaa, pedal six passeager Jadkln body, aad of ths latest production; Immediate delivery may be bad. Writs or wlrs F. B. McFADDEN, It Oartleld av Detroit. Mich PACKARD I-3S touring: excellent condllloa; new tires and paint P. HER VAN, SCO Eat 134th. Melrose 7010. PACKARD. 1-18, five passenger touring; tx eellent condition: private. Lenox 815. PIERCE ARROW, late model 188. t pas sengsr; first class condition. Phone MR. ROBBIN3. Vandsrbllt 1100, between i A. M. and lp.ll. PIERCE Arrow touring, jsij model: gener stor, electric lights; sell cheap. PIUL WBINBKRO. 1st at. TeLOwhard 11M. ROAMER town ear; completely appointed; late 1111; driven 1,000 miles; east 11,900: looks.nsw: quick sals at great sacrifice; no dealers, t Phona MR. GREENWOOD, Mur ray Hill 1784. between 10-1. ROAMER for sale. 1919 sport model, perfect condition. Call Mr. GRAY, Greeley 8083. Ns dealers. SMALL 8, firs passenger, run only 10.000 miles; perfect condition: J4M; will consider trade with roadster. Booth 1274. S. O. V.. brougham body; tn good running con dition: estate. For particulars apply O. D. C, 3(0 Madison av. STBARNS-KNIGHT, IttS, 8 cylladsr, special rollapslbla la Maoist; when folded appears perfect tanrlag; equal to new In running, and nnst sell: leaving town. Store, 138 1st ar. Phone 1887 Stnyvesant STUDEBAKER six oyllnder five passenger touring: good condition; perfect motor; a good buy at 11(0 cash for quick sale. JENKINS. Douglaaton, U I. TeL Bayslds 7SIJ or Madison Square 1480. STUDEBAKER. special lltnouslna Fleetwood ' body, series '18; must sacrifice on account I ot death: no reasonable offer refused; per- feet condition. Phona BARBER, Prospect 4(40. UNDERTAKERS. Packard hearse; would be interested in limousine as part payment, or llRht top Wagon. O'HARA, 309 Washington st Hoboken. N. J. VILLIAS nve passenger touring car; best condition; like new. Orocery Store, Hid t. and Whit Plains av.. New Tort Phone Allenvllle 741. - "WHITE TRUCKS (1). 1118 MODEM, 3 TON. ALL IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION. CHAIN DRIVE. . STAKE BODIES: 'BARGAIN FOlt OUICK BUYER. INQUIRE S3 LIBERTY ST., NEWARK. N. J. rilONE MARKET 780J. WILLYS-Knlght. December, 1917; ssven pss senger tonring car: first class condition throughout: attractive price for quick Hie. rigid demonstration. H. D. COX. Telephone 4soo Braad. For Hire. 152C 1H ton. 11.50 hour: day.weel:, tnouth Columbus HI. D. COnHiNGTON.I a W I 1 1 1 -1 " L. A,