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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920.
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WHITNEY HORSES
CHOICE FOR DERBY
Unset, Damask and Wildair
iravo Most Friends on
Eve of Itacc. ,
DONNACONA IN
DEMAND
Much Expected From George
W. loft's Prince Pala
tine Colt.
Probable Starters ,
and Odds in Derby
Hon.r. Wt. t1itj.
Damask, ISO. K. Ambrose 00-0
Wildair, ISO, L. Falor S-J
I'pHTt. ISO. CollllrUI 00.0
tllonnncona. lill, Rodriguez -J
ton Watch, 12B. N.Jtarrftt 00-0
Handy Ileal, ISO, J. Williams
tllfoiwlru, 121, I- MrAtee.... JO-0
illntid llarum. 120, Fnlrbrothe r. . . . 10-1
RlUnrr. 120, Ktimnie'r. . JO-0
sPaul .lone-., 10, T, Bice JJ-J
Prince Pal. ISO, Srhuttlnger .M-l
sterling. ISO. J. Callahan 10-1
Peace 1'rnnnnt, ISO, M. Garner 10-1
Itiolden Broom, ISO, L. Knsor OO-l
IKlnnnnl. 120. T. Hire.
S0-1
Rersagllere. 120. Murray
By Golly, ISO, Like
Simpleton, ISO. Lunsford
Patches, 120, M. Uuxton
Herron. 126, 3. Butwrll
Hthel Gray, 11, A. Collins..,
IVoUirnnd. ISO. Conley .....,
.30-1
.20-1
.20-1
.20-1
.30-1
.30-1
...30-1
II. l'ajuo Whitney enter. rt.eorge .
Loft entry. V. R. Coe entry. DUal
Parr entry. W. M. Jeffordsentry.
t
fc. Louisvillb, Ky., May 7. Twenty-two
P three-year-old thoroughbreds, twenty
t colts and two fillies, considered the best
r. on the American turf, have been named
X. over nlfrht for the Kentucky Derby, the
IX turf classic which will be decided over
K the nillo and a quarter route at
Churchill Downs to-morrow afternoon.
J'iThe stako witi carry $30,000 In added
. Xi money and will bo one of the richest
turf prizes In the country tills year.
in Expectations to-day were for a rec
Kord breaking attendance, predictions
' teYl..r. na l.InU nm RO OOO AlrAndV
IB' J; hotels were reported taxed to capacity.
1th inability to heed requests for even
i, cots In the corridors. Additional
throngs are reported on the way In spc
" cial trains from Now York, Chicago,
New Orleans and a number of other
nnlnts.
2 At tho race track the number of pari-.
mutuel betting macnines unaer mo
irreatly enlarged grand stand has been
2 increased to 105 and will provide what
2 Is believed to bo ample facilities tor
tho speculative public. With npproxl
C mutely half that number of machine
$872,000 was wagered on tho 1913
2 Derby.
The race Itself Is considered tho most
2 open in Its history. Prospects of show
t ers to-morrow and the consequent un
certainty of track conditions add to -the
- perplexity of selecting the winner.
5 Among tho twenty-two entries, how-
ever, Wildair, Damask and Upset, the
C Harry Tajno Whitney entry, seems to
? have the largest following, and probably
IE will go to the post the favorite. Danno
J cona and On Watch, the George W.
2 Loft pair, are considered next In popu
lar esteem. Blazes, Paul Jones, Peace
Z Pennant and Sandy Deal also have con
m Blderable following, while David Harum,
Cleopatra, Prince Pal, Sterling. Ber
r oaglicre, Gdlden Broom, By Golly, Her
Sron. Kthel Gray. Patches, Wcstwood,
.VSlmpIeton and Konnoul were j not t un
Unofficial odds ranged fronvS , to- 1
? on the leaders to 100 to 1 on some of
tho others. T .u
5 Herron, according to the envies pub
B llshcd to-day, Is given the ,rll, with
5 Peace Pennant on the outside.
b Among tho Northern horseSien here
,S Donnacona has the most frlen'df. This
beautiful son of Prince Palatlneyhas done
i everything Max Hlrsch, his trainer, has
asked him to do, and, although he was
beaten a head In the Blue Grass by
Z. Peace Pennant, he has lost none of his
5 popularity. He can run well 'in the mud.
; Practical horsemen agree that that race
t will Improve him and that the horse
which leads him homo will be the winner
of the classic event.
Upset is Whitney's trump card. He
""'was tho most conslsten colt in Jimmle
" Itowe's string last season and is the
, only horse which has a victory over the
' '.famous Man o' War. He runs well In
the mud, as do Damask and Wildair.
Cfeopatra, the sturdy filly belonging
to W. It. Coe. has earned a host of
friends since her arrival. Sho has
' worked as good nsr any of the candidates
- and William Karrick is sure she will
give a good account of herself in tho
battle for the rich purse. Iaat summer
both Mr. Karrick and Mr. Coe were
confident sho was second only to Man
' , o War".
r. If she speeds past the judges in front
it won't be tho first filly to win the
' ' classic, for in 1916 It wont to Harry
Payne Whitney's Regret.
JAMES BODENDENIED
I LICENSE TO TRAIN
Noted Trainer in Trouble
. With Steeplechase Body.
Baltimore, May. 7. James Bodcn, one
of the oldest trainers in America, was
j-.Ot tne oioesi irainc in v.u
denied a license to train by the stewards
. of the National Steeplechase and Hunt
a. AbBoclatlon. which met at the clubhouse
"of the Maryland Jockey Club to-day.
No reason was advanced, but it was re
ported he came under the official' ban
Lccaufio of the way ono or two of his
lumpers performed last, season. On
jumpers penormeu last, eeaon. vm
.Futurity day at Belmont Park is
Reddest, which was always an erratic
' horse, ran to poorly that the stewards
ordered his entries refused and suspended
- .1. Rowan, his rider. To-day Rowan was
' refused a Jockey's license for 1920.
i. The stewards referred George Archl-
V bald's application for n llcenso to A.
J. Henry Hlgginson and that of Ernest
' i'ayne for a trainer's license to Joseph
h. U. Davi3.
! The following licenses were granted
Jockeys William Green. N. W. Ken
.- nedy. C. Hlncs. B. Landry. n. Hanna, A,
X I". Stretch, A. Campbell, W. Borgan, M.
j" O'Connor, It. Gilbert, a Turner, C.
Jlergler, O. Diamond, J. Hansen, W.
Borgan, L. Hughes, J. Meany, J. Morris,
Wv Taylor and Harry King.
Trainers G. R. Brj'son, C. H. Doug
' ios, G. Nlbbs, George Zclgler, J.
Woods Garth 2d. Lewis W. Garth. J, W.
Dayton. Harry King. W. M. Roberta, O.
K Sherman and William Garth.
The applications of George Brooke 3d,
I! W. F. Hopper, Whitney Kernochan and
I'ayard Tuckcrman, Jr., for certificates
ns gentlemen riders were accepted sub
- JMI to the approval of the hunts com
mittee. The following applications for
1 ermlsslon to act as authorized agents
wero approved :
31. Brady for Dosorls Stable aryl II.
' v. Maxwell. W. H. Heniy for Mr.
3ayard, T. Hughes for O. Nlbbs, J. T.
- Kermath for W. C. Jackson and A. J. A.
flevcrcaux, Harry King for George
Mrooke 3d, J. II. Lfor G. D. Wid
' encr, G. R. Tompkins for B. M. Weld, S.
eltch for Mrs. M. N. Singer.
Careful Makes It Five in
a Row and Equals Record
Sptctal to Tpi Sc.v and Nw Yobk. Hhuld, '
Baltimore, May 7. A double victory
for Walter J. Salmon, tho fifth" succes
sive score of the unbeaten Careful, King
Herod's sterling performance in tho
Plkesvllie Handicap and tho triumph 'of
Helen Atkln. a 63 to 1 shot, were tho
foiures of to-day's sport at PImllco.
Careful equalled the track record for
I four furlongs of 48 1-5 when she took the
rourth event with consummate eas from
the good looking Dough Girl and Our
Kate, a newconwr to racing. The Sal-'
mon filly1 went to an immediate lead and
sprcadeagled her field. She Increased
her advantage throughout and was being
eused lip when approaching Hie judges.
Dough Girl distanced Our Kate for tho
second honors. Tho winner was tho most
heavily played horse of the meeting, her
odds were 1 to 10. 1
King Herod's score In the Plkesvllie
Handicap, the nominal feature of tho
I programme, was cleverly accomplished,
I Tho rejuvenated son of Colin displayed
high speed from the break. He stepped
tho flrst quarter in iS 3-5 and the half
in 46 2-5, a phenomenal performance,
considering tho present condition of the
course. As a result lie tired through
the stretch run 'and was doing his best
at the end to withstand Tlckllah's rush.
Aretffusa, the victim of n listless rldo
from a slow start, finished running
faster than any of his opponents, and
was third.
Helen Atkin, because of her past
record for misbehavior at the barrier,
was overlooked in the speculation on
the final, but carried it off handily at
record odds for the meeting from Tan
2d, Liberty Girl and others. L'lnfirmler
ran away twp and one-half miles before
the start and finally finished last.
Guy Gaunt showed marked improve
ment on his second appearance over the
hedges when he took the Elkrldge Club
Steeplechase after fencing cleverly
under good handling.
Step Lightly proved herself a worthy
stablemate for Careful and a real run
ner In the third. She took command at
the break and held a handy advantage
at the end from Two Pair, a heavily
supported Whitney candidate which at
tempted to bear out on the turns but
finished gamely.
Dr. Joe indicated real class when he
graduated over a clever band of Juven
iles In the opener.
John Lumsdcn purchased tho jump
ers Robert Oliver, Rhomb, Stucco,
SUN, AND HERALD
V
PIMLICO. Mar 7. Weather clean track fast.
OIO FIRST RACE For three-year-olds and upward. One mile. Purse, $1,218.33. Post,
o.M Off ".an Tim, Ifl'UWInmr h. , .J hv Vlnr Inn. Ali.llnHle. Hlsrt
cood. Won rirlvtncr.
Index. Horse. Wt. P.P. St.
1 4
4H 4
1' 1'
2'.i 21,
3 3
7 6
o r
9
H 8
2 11
5 7
81 Dr. Joe 113 10 5
191 Frodor 100 1 1
101 Royal Jester.. lOOVi 11 4
201 Translate 113 7 7
41
1'
i
3
5
(i
9
7
11
8
10
40 Veteran IIS 12 10
191
160
160
210
Franc Tlrour..100Vj B 3
Runny ven ....100 A II
Yaphank 105 8 0
Sylphe 2d 110 3 12
Acouchla Jd..ll5 0 0
Colonel Lit. ..108 (I 8
10
12
101
Rover 103
i:
Mutuel field. Mutuels oald-Dr. Joe. 12.N). 13.40. 12.00: Feodor. 13.20. S2.40: Royal
Jester, $2.30.
Disunion rated Dr. Joe off the paco to
side and wearing the tiring Feodor down got
entering homestretch, which cost him the
bcratcneo Buekboard, Elmendorf, Eastern uiow.
Overweight Royal Jester. 4V4: Feodor, 1; Runnyven, 1; Colonel Lit, 3.
Owners-1. J. 8. Tvree: 2. E. R. llarrtman: 3. J. K. I.. Rosa: 4. II. Marshall: 5. D.
Lewis; 6, G. E. Hall; -t A. L. Austin; 8, E.
II. Louchhelm; 12, A. K. Mar"-.
910 SECOND RACE The Elkrldge Club Steeplechase. For four-year-olds., Two miles.
uxo Purse, $I,ti0O. Post. 2:39. Off. 3. Time, 3:55. Winner, ch. g.. 4, by Oxford
Ansonella. Owner Mrs. W. A. PRIME. Trainer, C. II. Douglas. Start good.
won easily.
Index. Horse. Wt. TP. St. '.4 1
m
2
- t.
-203'iCuy Gaunt 142 7 I ." 3"
199 Blighty II. 112 3 S O'HB'
185 'O.B.B'd'r 142 0 8 0 9"
183 Svrdarya . 12 2 6 2 2
. 'Sea Bun.. 142 8 0 4 4
Frank B.. 142 3 2 1 1
1S3 Vigilante . 142 1 7 8 8
Prosit .... 142 10 10 10 10
205 King Terr1 142 4 4 3 7
203 Earlocker . 142 0 3 7 5
7"
3 3
5 5
4 0
8,7
9 8
0 Lost
Fell
Coupled.
Mutuels paid-Guy Gaunt, $15.10, $4.60,
(Glen Iver Stable entry), 14.30.
Guy Gaunt moved up with a rush going to eleventh Jump and drew away Into a com
manding lead. Blighty, In hand first turn of field, fenced well, but winner held him safe
for speed. Old Bill Bender outgamed Syrdarya. Weak finish on latter. Frank B. went
well to tenth fence, where he was pulled up. Saddle slipped on King Terry and Mergler
fell off. Earlocker fell at eleventh fence. . . .
Owners-1. Mrs. W. A. Prime: 2, Mrs. F. A. Clark: 3. Glen Jer Stable; 4. Doaorls
Stable; B, Glen Iver Stable; 0. J. E. Wldener; 7, J. W. Dayton; 8, J. A. Buchanan; 0,
J. Lumsden: 10. J. E. Davis.
220
THIRD RACE For two-year-olds. Four and a Hair rurlongs. purse,-$1,718.33.
' Post. 3:30. Off. 3132. Time, 0:33. Winner, eh. f., 2. by Ultlmus-Trlpplng.
Owner. WALTER J. SALMON. Trainer. E. Wayland. Start good. Won easily.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. HUM
Step Lightly. 100 7 4 1 f i"
134 Twopalr .... 112 1 2 r." 4
193 Bacajawea.. 112 2 3 4 4L 3
1P3 Tan Hon 113 3 1 2 3 2
'Marjahm... 112 5 5 3 2 3
'Silent West. 112 6 11 r. 0 II
Mythology .. 112 4 7 7 1 .
Jputuelsnpad--S!p Lightly,. $5.40. $3. $2.S0. Twopalr, $2.80, $2.So'; Bacajawea. $4.20.
SteD Lightly sprinted into a long lead rounding far turn, but had to be ridden out at end.
TwoDalr left the barrier very slowly and forced to work his way up on outside. Ho
closed an Immense cap and finished with a rush. 8acajawea outlasted Tan Son when it
came to a drive.
Scratched Femwood Culllnan. '
Owners 1, W. J. Salmon: 2. H. P. Whitney; 3, A. D. Lotts; 4, J. W. Bean; 5, J. K.
L. Ross: 6. J. K. L. Ross: 7. IS. R. Harrlman.
221
FOURTH nACE For two-year-old
4:01. Off, 4:02. Time, 0:48 1-5.
WALTER J. HAL.MUN. irainer. c. rvayiano.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. Kt. H lin. Jockey. St. PI. Eh.
(186) Cariful 117 2 1 1' 1 ! Kelsay 1-10 - -
198' Dotgh Girl 110 3 3 2 2 2" Nlcklaus 7-1 - -
Our Kate 110 1 2 3 3 3 Wackoff 17-1 - -
Mutuels paid Careful, $2.20.
Careful sprinted Into a long lead first furlong and was In hand at finish. Dough
GlrScbratchedQuMn Isbael. Culllnsn. Step Lightly. .
Owpers-1, J. W. Salmon; 2, J. E. Davis; 3. O. Leydecker.
FIFTH RACE. For four-year-olds ana upward. Selling. Handicap. One mile.
Purse, $2,218. Pest, 4:30. Off, 4:31. Tim. 1:414-5. Winner, ch. f., 4, by Jack
Atkln-flnarl. Owner. B. hubs. Trainer, w. li. lirooKs. start good. Won driving.
Index. Horse.
W
PP. 8.
U Vi
(106) Knot
184 P. Swain..
194 Elmendorl
20.1 King John.
.103
.100
.112
,10I,
.108
4
7
1
6
8
3' 24 2'
1 1 li
2i 3M 3H
7 3 4
201 Kilts 2d.
5 6 5
8 8 8
6 7 6
167' Tantalus ..112
180 The Desert. 110
BelarTo . . 169 3 7 4 4 . 7 8 8 .Conway 80-1 35-1. 12-1
.,,i. n,MKrint. 11 13 and 12.70: rastoral Swalni K and $3.80: Elmendorf) i4.nn
1 Knot responded with energy last sixteenth and got up In the final strides. Pastoral
Swain set a fast pace for seven furlongs out weakened the last sixteenth. Elmendorf
i came kkhiii miu . --
out of it ! tne eariy siagje.
Winner entered ior ao.uw; no u.
Scratched Manoevra and Franklin.
Overwelght-Belarlo, 1.
Owners 1, Ross; 2, Beach Stables; 3,
, - -, - shot -? p cikun. g, A. L. Austin.
'Ot)9 SIXTH RACE For three-year-olds and upward.
furiongj. Turse $1,718. Post 3:01. Off 0:02.
by Colin Acolit. Owner, J. W.
good. W on driving.
Index Horse. Wt. rP. St.
178' King 'Herod 32? 5 i
in' Ticklish 10 T, 2
(1B7) Arethusa 103 - 3
Surer 00 3 6
172 Charlie Leydecker.. 90 1 4
1'
2
3',
4
6
5
armistice "
Mutuels paid-King Herod, $3.30, $2.40
$2.10.
King Herod set a daallng pace first
- 1 full of courage and was wearing leader
early stages, out iiww
Bcratched-Crank.
Overweight Armistice, 2: Super. 1. ... .
Ownera-1, J. W. Bean: 2. R. E! Watklns; 3, II. P. Whitney: 4, Dosoris 8table; 3,
Mrs. J. Arthur; 6, W. R. Coe.
OOI SEVENTH RACE For three-year-old s and upward. Selling. Six furlongs. Purse,
$1,218. Tost, 5:35. Off, 5:48. Time. 1:13. Winner, ch. ra., 5, by Jack Atkin
Helene. Owner, 0. HOLMES. Trelner. Dee Hammond. 8tart good. Won
driving.
Index. Horse. wi. J't".
V, '4
f, 5'
1A4 Helen AlKin.. ii", "
W Tan H. ..... 110
Hfl Liberty Girl,. 100
U2 El Mahdl ..i. 13
ISO 'Galley Head. 110
206 Betsy 103
HIS Verity
100 Redland 11;
BUI Slm'ns. 115
'Pawnee II.. 103
Cliff Rose .. IpO
'Blackford .. 103
'-10 Bellrlnger .... lip
L'lnfirmler .. 11j
l
10
n
n
13
4
11
9
3
14
1
4
11
8
6
9
3
12
10
Lert
Pulled up
Mu"rs pa'ld-Helen Atkln, $128.40, $47.00.
Girl. l.zu.
Helen Atkln moved up stoutly entering homestretch, but bore out at furlong
Tan II. was wearing the leader down. Liberty Girl quit last quarter. L'laflnnle
away two and a half mile on his way to tht- post. Bellrlnger refused to breali
I scratched Charming, Kiixenny, Bright Uold. v
I Overweight Helen Atkin, 1: Pawnee II., 3; Betsy, 1.
Owners 1, O. Holmes: 2, H. Rostacher; 3, H. H. flommer: 4, G. J. MUier: S, Mrs.
jj noble; 6, E. Loh: 7, G. McSweeney; 8, S. Louis: 0. Kcntmtre Farms; 10, J. L.
I Murphy; 11, U. a. t enwicx; iz, urs. j. u.
Dorcris and SmUhileld from Lewis
Garth for racing In Canada.
Jockeys Rodrlgue and Rlchcreek have
been retained by the Edward Seagram
stable for the1 Canadian season.
Indexed Pimlico Entries
Flrt Raoe-Two-yoar-oidsi five furtons.
I,lex. WtIIndex; wt.
2I5 tCleo. Boveo..l08
T8 MMary Erb.100
1I0 Tutt 103
- pSit".i::iio1New York A. C the-lntroductory event
2oT Hot Htuff'.V.im being a 200 bird preliminary, and tho
f.M. fl Jr...lOS AHM,nKln f.9 lin .InnnAtl ttlMl4
113 H. Bprlngs..liu
' " -i....f.-..--v r .
th!iiuii jiiir. , ..
Kecoml Race The Green Bprliur. Vauey i
Steeplechase Handicap; rour-year-oias ana
titmard! tuo mllos.
Index.
Index. .Wt.
(inn) tnoyat Arch..i44
(100) l M'nouln-.IM
- V. of Spadea.130
183 SFIara 13a
wt.
- Ely'n (Imp.) .140
190 Decisive. ....140
210 Iirooks 133
- IVlBte (ImD.HtH
185 Reliance ....133
tltal rarr entry.
JE. O. Orlfllth entry. ,
Third RaceSelling handicap; three-year
olds; onu mile.
Index. Wt.
Index. Wt.
17(1 Bardora ....101
KO Challenger .. 00
18!) ll.-iia-13reena.10O
107 Hush 102
211 tNancy Ann.. 100
107' Foreclosure. .00
208 San Marcus.. 08
104 SBgnmore ...1041
2081 'Pokey Jane.l&l
207 Sea Queen... 08
107 Old Red 101
101 Mark West. .103
180 Kdlth K 00
133 Klylne Frog. 98
107 R'ern Glow.. 03
tB. K. uryson entrj".
Fourth Race The Belvedere Handicap;
threo-yoar-olds and upward; one mile and a
RlxtoenUi.
lndB. Wt. Index. Wt.
(201) tSIr Ilarton.133 170 'BolsUr 101
(200) tBonifaca...124
200' Star Master.128
188 Clean Gone.. 08
170 Slippery Elm.lM
103 Tailor Maid.. 03
tJ. K. l. Ross entrj'.
Fifth Race-The Equlti- Handicap; three-year-olds
and upward: aix turlongs,
Index. wi, inaex. . wt.
nn tnillv Kelly..l30
JIma Frank. .103
(210) tK. Thrush. .112
W4 Ticklish ....107
202 Qutetud 100
lOlrf Koentir.128
17I) iM'nlght SUn.lOA
202 Leading Star.102
172 Diy Du 101
tJ. K. L. Koss entO',
JJ. K. Maher entrj'.
IThreo pounds claimed for rider.
Sixth Race-The Junior Purse; two-year-
olds; five furlongs.
Index. Wt.
Index. Wt.
213 Inglecrest ...112
213The Cook. ...112
M. Mlgnon...l00
Count rj' Club Handl-
IDS MantuiA
- Night Rlder.112
103 Antllle 100
Keventli Rac The
cap; selling handicap1
tnree-year-oias ana
upward; one mile and a. sixteenth.
Index.
Wt.
Index. Wt.
103 W. Folly 110
174' M. roily 107
(207) 'O. l)t Cause. 100
21ft Rath 03
103' 'Dorcas 104
lftil Tho Decision. 1041
20J My Dear.... 00
(1B.'i) The B'an II..11R
203' 'Siesta 107
103 It. Domino.. 08
104 Sagamore ...100
203 Buckhoard....l08
1M Q. Blonde. ..102
07 Peccant 100
207 Am. Boy 00
160 'Antoinette... 00
Apprentlco allowance claimed.
Weather clear; track good.
RACING CHART.
Equivalent odds.
Fin.. Jockey. St.
PI.
Kh.
1" 'Dishmon 27-3
2ij Kelsay 3-2
3" Sande 23-10
4 Moonoy 37-4
r Johnson 30-1
it Morris ......62-1
7 Conway 88-1
8 Heupel 38-1
1) Barnes 52-1
10 Hammer
It Hamilton
17-10
3- 5
4- 5
4-1
101
20-1
33-1
18-1
20-1
0-20
1- 5
3-20
2- 1
4-1
10-1
18-1
8-1
10-1
i'
21
4
5
r,
ii
7
10
8
II
12
12 Swart 257-1
100-1 SM
stretch turn, where lie slipped through on In
up In final strides. Feodor went little wide
race. Royal Jester stopped last sixteenth.
Loll; 0, F. Harris; 10, M. J. Lacey; 11, J.
li Fin. Jockey
1 1' S. Bush
St. PI. 6h.
131-20 13.10 1-2
1-1 1-2 1-4
17-1 3-1 23-20
14-1 4-1 2-1
M " 2-7 14
42-1 18-1 8-1
60-1 20-1 10-1
22-1 8-1 4-1
11-1 4-1 2-1
B. Haynej...
454 3
A. Sims
R. Hanna....
S. Steenson.
C. Hmoot....
A. Stretch...
8. Turner....
4
5
6
7
8
rider C. Mergler...
Cliejno
$33: Blight- II., $3, $2.30;. Old Bill Bender
n. . Jockey. m. Pi. Hh.
l'U Kelsay
..17-10
1- 2
2- 5
-3
2' Coltllettl...
3 Hamilton. .,
4 Johnson ...
5 Sande
ft .Wcssler ...
7 Troxler ...
8-5
10-1
21-1
27-4
' 25-1
2-5
11-10
4-1
1-1
4-1
3-1
8-1
2-1
10-1
miles. Four rurlongs. purse, $2,218. Post,
Winner, br. f., by Wrack-Mindful. Owner,
Fin. Jockey.
St.
PI.
1-2
Sh.
2,4 1" Buike ....
1 2' llabin ....
3 .liWMooney ..
4 4 Kelsay ...
n n Barnes ..
7 6 Morris ...
. 1-1
. 28-3
.63-10
. 31-1
.83-10
. 0-1
7-20
0-10
7-1
B-l
3-2
2-1
tS-2
12-1
3-1
4-1
10-1
n 7 Heupel
41-1
10-1
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,
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Qulncy Stables; 4, Y. Musante; 5, W. L.
The Pikesvlll Tlandlcap. Six
Time. 1:12 4-5, Winner, ch. r
Bt,A..
Trainer, V. "A. Burttschell. Start
Fin. Jockey. St.
IK Sande ...13-20
2'HBurk 41-10
3i Coltllettl.. 4-1
4 Mooney... 50-1
.". Ri,;hcreek 23-1
PI.
1-3
1-2
1.V1
3-1
Bh.
1-20
1-20
1-20
3-1
i
2'
4
0
5
1-1
8-1
6
0 Fonce ... 02-1
20-1
and $2.10; Ticklish. $3 and $2.10; Arethusa,
half, but was tiring at end. Ticklish finished
down. Arethusa began slowly, dropped back
Fin. JcVkey.
1' Pames ...
2i Ponce ....
St.
,.632-10
.. 51-10
... 19-4
... 2-1
... 17-2
... 31-1
... 13-1
11-1
fa. 8h.
45-2 J27-20
49-20 31-20
1'
4'
2'
3
f-
7
r.
n
10 '
u
12
Coltllettl ..
Johnson . .
Rldenour .
Heupel ...
K. Haynes
Kelsay ....
Hamilton .
Burke ....
J. Rowan .
Obert ....
Lux ......
Moo;iey ...
2-1
11-10
2- 3
3- 2
10-1
5-2
2-1
4-3
3- 1
20-1
B-l
4- 1
r-i
10-1
5-2
4-1
$24.70: Tan II.. $6.90, $3.10; Liberty
pole.
er ran
break.
uiacx; is, u. urysoo; it, u. it. uerl
unknown shooter
Wins preliminary
David Wndsworth, a Young
ster, Ileads Biff Field at
Travors Island Traps.
,
The national clay bird championship
.. .
may at me iravera loiunu un
u, llt.ldvi V Av mw....-
leather Jackets for the rray. in me
. ' , . ,
Istence no closer struggle has been re
corded for the honors, but a still moro
notable eature of the race was uiai 11
brought to the front rank a young
nhooter of exceptional merit In David
Wadsworth of Auburn. N. Y. When
the smoke of the mimic battle had
cleared away the score sheet Bhowcu
that he was the victor with n grand
total of 194 out of the 200. a grand
display with the firelock when a nasty
head wind wait taken Into account.
Wadsworth hit his birds a fraction
before the apex of the rise, a. stylo
which a few of the veteran critics did
not like but it mattered little to the
young giant from Auburn as long as It
landed the prize. His Individual' strings
were. 20, 19, 18, 19, 20, 20, 18, 20, 20,
20, figures which show that lie hit &
straight sixty on ills last three Visits
to the traps. Tho second high scoro
man of tho day was Fred Plum.' tho
winner of the event last year and tho
national champion of two years ago,
with 191. Wadsworth and Plum were
level when the -first hundred had been
trapped, with ttotals of 96, whlla thrco
others wero on thq some marks with
similar scores. They wero Stuart Wine
of the New York A. Ci B. A. Staples of
the Boston A. A. and P. von Boeckman
of tho Bergen Beach Gun Club. All
through tho lost hundred it was break
and break, but Wadsworth exhibited the
best nerve, and his consistency earned
him the gold medal.
A ten man team race between the
New York. A. C. and the Boston A. A.
brought out plenty of club partisanship
during the afternoon. The honors fell to
the Mercury Foot with a total of 1,867
t6 1,775 for the wearers of the Unicorn.
To-day theso clubs will shoot the second
leg of their five man Intcrclub match,
and the shooting as well as the national
championship event will begin at 10
A. M. sharp.
The scores:
Preliminary Shoot 200 targets; scratch.
First 100 Sec'd 100 Total
Name. Targets.
David Wadsworth IW
Fred Plum 96
J. II. Pendergast 03
F. A. 8tebert 03
L. F. Curtis 04
B. B. Donnelley 04 '
Stuart Wing 90
A. L. Burns... 95
Targets. Targets.
98 194
93 191
97 190
97 190
93 189
93 189
92 188
93 188
97 188
IW 188
91 . 187
93 187
96 187
91 185
95 184
93 184
95 184
91 184
02 84
80 183
90 183
90 .183
91 183
00 182
96 182
92 182
92 182
80 182
92 182
8'l 182
86 182
90 181
92 181
. Ill
91 181
93 181
91 181
Q. A. Smith 01
J. Clarke, Jr 95
E. A. Staples 00
L. II. Davis 94
W. Posey 01
E. T. Hall 94
F. A. Williams 80
C. II. .Martin 91
T. 11 Lewis 80
8. E. Clarke 93
It. O. Allyn 02
A. P. Palmer t4
W. W. Peabody 93
R. F. Willis 93
J. L. Snow 92
II. E. Eldred 92
W. II. Beer 80
H. E. Barstow 90
H. J. Thletman 90
Q. J. Corbett 03
1). L. Culver 0U
B. L. Solomon 03
P. von Boeckman 90
W. B. Ogden 91
J. II. Hendrlckson 89
A. E. Ranney (tt
R. L Spotta 90
J. McLoughlln 88
R. II. Sloan 90
Ten Man Tfanj Shoot. 200 targets a man.
NEW YORK A. C
BOSTON A. A.
Name. Total.
Name, Total.
J. Clarke 188
Fred Plum 191
F.iA. SIcbcrt... 190
L. V. Curtis 189
E. A. Staples.
L II. Dati
H. T. A!lyn
G. A. Williams..
J. L. Snow
J. Osbom
II. W. Knight...
F. H. Adams....
A. Blacklnton....
O. S. Smith 188
B. Wing 188
A. U Burns 188
O. II. Martin.... 184
T. H. Lewis 184
W. W. Peabody. 183
W, E. Beers.... 182
Total 1.867
Total ..
.1.'
ATHLETES TO CHANGK CLVDS.
Three athletes filed applications for
change of registration with the commit
tee of the Metropolitan Association to
represent the Yorkvllle Catholic Club In
open competition. They arc H. J. Byrne,
P. V. Brennan and F. J. Carpenter. All
three formerly competed for the Knicker
bocker Council, Knights or uoiumous.
Harold J. Ernst, an "unattached" runner,
also asked permission to compete for the
Mohawk Athletic Club.
COtlNELL OUTPLAYS' YALE.
Sptdal to Tnx Sex axn New Yonx Hsbald.
Ithaca, May 7. Cornell won another
Intercollegiate "Lacrosse League game
here tills afternoon, defeating Yale by
the score of 7 to 1. The Ithacana out
played the Blue, throughout the contest,
excelling In team play, stick work and
on the offence generally. Mackenzie of
CornclH with three goals, starred.
SPECIAL BOYS' DIAMOND.
Cikninkati, Ohio. May 7. To encour
age the playing of baseball by Ameri
can youths the Joint rules committee of
the National and American league has
designed a special sized boys' diamond
and a special sized boys' ball for boys
under 18 years of age.
LOUISVILLE ENTRIES.
First Race-Purse 11,100: claiming: for
three-year-olds and upward: .seven furlongs
(IS and 3). St. Germain. 00: Binding Tie,
100: 'Marchesa 2d. 100: Friz. 103: Do cod.
Wv Dancing Spray, 108: Wave (Imp.),
110; Madge F.. 110: Whirling Dun,
110: Hsddv Vallcr. 112: Pledro (imp.). Ill:
Ground Swell. 112; Harvest King. 112; Blush
ing Beauty. 115; "Woodtrap, 120. Also eligible-Lady
Luxury. 110; Luke Dillon, 107;
Aurum (Imp.), 112.
Second Race Purse $1,200: for two-year-old
maiden fillies, four furlongs (12). Big
Cedar. 112: Tawascnthn, 112: Blanche Mac.
112; Sheka, 112: Seraphtne, 112: Alberta S.,
112: Pekoe. 112: Mary Jane Baker. 112; Ne
nette 112; Rose Cliff. 112; Frivol. 112;
Neddie. 112. Also .eligible (5)-Blt of White.
112; Doric, 112; Loveliness, 112; Mary Relgel,
113: lonta, 112.
Third Race Purse $1,200; for three-year-olds
andt upward: six furlongs (11). Atta
boy 2d Imp.), 100; Brookholt, 100: Angon,
104; Marjcrle Hynes, 104; Miss Jemima, 104;
Lady Fair Play, 100; John O.. Ill: Ameri
can Ace. Ill: Jack Stuart (Imp.), 113; Green
Grass, 113: Flags, 122.
Fourth Race Purse, 11,700; for two-year-olds:
four furlongs (12). Concentrate, 111;
St. Michael, 111; Brunswick, 112: Ace High,
111; Trompeur, 112: Balance Wheel, 112;
... T. . , 1 " . 17.Mi.rv. .14. T. a . M . , 1 -. .
nung Buck. 113; John 8. Reardon, 118; Ikey
T.. 118. '
r uin .vice i urns ou.vw, auucu, ine Ken
tucky Derby; three-year-olds; one and one
quarter miles (22). tCleopatra, 121; Ethel
Gray. 121: tOn Watch. 126: iDonnacosa
(Imp.). 420; By Golly. 120: tDavId Harum,
120; Herron, 120: Westwood, 120: lUpset.
128; Simpleton. 126: Prince Ha), 120; Bersa
gliere, 12s. IGolden Uroom, lfl: iPsuI
Sonel.' lATl lMrraam.1sis landy
Seal, lzu; iwiia Air, im .tunnoui, uu; or me sirugEio
(Damask. 12d: Peace Pennant, HO: Sterling. I .
Yrf- orTntrtfPar?'eit4W'hUner C"' Georges Papin is training carefully for
IiSI&RfrM Vuooi TsSlbach Hotel 'his bout with Lew Tendler at the Arena
Handicap; for three-year-olds and upward; A. C, Jersey City, next Wednesday
one mile (0). Frank W., F8; Linden, ios; niEht. and through an interpreter mnde
mitoutledie Br,dMmn-1 announcement that ho will show Amer
Seventh nacw-Pu'rse 81,100; ctalmlng; for leans, what a good French champion Is
four-year-olds and upward; one mile and a HUc. -sixteenth
(12). The Cullen Bon. lOT,; Larrl
ii.Juot furfloV,C.SS; nS Angle lUtner and Marty Cross should
Counter Balance. 114; Sam McMeekln. 113; box their best when they meet at John
Brrnllmah. IIS; Bourbon Lad, 113; Dr. Rae, Jennings Armory A. A., Jersey City,
113; Dloscorlde (imp.). 113. Also eligible next Monday night for the winner
IT C BUlvl vivuy; tiova tuwwujs
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT
Br DANIEL.
' CoDiWohf. 1920. bj The Sun-IIerald Corporation
BEFORE tho aun sets in' Kentucky this evening a classic of tho turf
"will havo becti decided for tllfl Is Kentucky Derby day in Ixiuia
m rri.. i.n. Yinnn iiiprn ir is hard to rcalizo what Derby
vi,y, uiuaa v.,w ,i wv-..
day means dpwn in that sdctlon of tho
(Loulsvlllo is Jammed to pverflowlnsr.
Yaleaya day nt 'Now London, Haryard-Yolo football day at new avci.,
With Suburban duy at Belmont Park thrown In. It means the running of
ohe of tho biggest events In American racing a contest whicn puns ax
the heartstrings, and tho purHestrlngs too, of the thousands who crowd
their way into historic .Churchill Downs.
hpnn nn interesting event to all fol
lowers of racing North and South, but
for the North, For tho North looks, for
In tho days of tho long ago the Derby
in recent years tho classic has gono to tho credit of owners from Now
, and even further 4iorfty Last spring the Derby was won by .Sir
But
York
Barton, owned by Commander Ross,
prizo went to Exterminator, owned by
classic ip-uay .'
Wo hear tho weather forecast in Louisville for to-uay is rani, j.iii
may mean a great deal to thoso who llko to calculate tho chances of tho
various contenders. But a really great horso should bo ablo to win in any
king of going. Such a horse, we aro Informed, la Georgo W. Loft's colt Donna
cona, a son of the famous 1'rlnco Palatine. Kcports from Kentucky back
up the opinion which is general among th best trainers of thoroughbreds
In this section that the colt, which is handled by Max Hlrsch, will show
tho way In the test of a mile and a quarter. So it Is Donnacona which may
go to tho post the favorite. But the colt will have contention well worthy
of tho importance of' tho classic, ilarry Payno Whitney, will start probably
throe Wildair, Darnask and Upset. In heavy going Bersagliere will have
to be given a chance. Pcaco Pennant, Golden Broom, I'rlnco Pal, Blazes,
By Golly these and many others all .will havo their supporters. It Is a
great Hold altogether a stellar one. And tho horse which wins will merit
tho prize.
Dreyfuss Wants 2s'atlanal Commission Chairmanship Abolished.
Barney Droyfuss. president of the Pittsburg club, left this city yester
day after holding qulto a conferenco with John Heydlcr, head of the National
League, on Thursday. We hear that Dreyfusa also had some converse, with
John J. MpGraw about a trade, and that a proposition suggested by the
Pittsburger was turned down. Tho Piratea covet at least ono of tho New
York pitchers and they would liko to havo a first class catcher to Hlvide
the work with Walter Schmidt. But
any infield material which would be of material assistance to tho Giants.
Dreyfuss'8 businesa with Heydler had to do in tho main with hla sug
gestion that tho National Commisalon remain, in its present form and that
no chairman be elected. He holda that Heydlcr and Ban Johnson have
been doing mighty well and havo taken core of ail matters satisljactorily.
Ho docs not see why this arrangement cannot be continued and the Inter
leaguo agreement changed so as to make It the only arrangement possible.
There la a good-deal in hia argument.
Dreyfusa thinks that Heydlcr and Johnson mode a poor Job of it when
they drew up the league schedules.
years Dreyfuss was the chief of the
'relieved of that duty because one
that he was getting tho best of the
complaint to make about tho schedule
but ho adda that it is the worst schedule that ever was drawn up for tho
National League. Ho says Johnson
say that the schedule is far from ideal.
Dreyfuss saw the Giants defeat
Impressed by the playing of the New Yorks. "The Giants have a couplo
of cripplea in their infield." said Barney, "and I can't see how they aro
going to get very far. , There are several clubs which look far stronger
than the Giants, and the Piratea is ono of them."
Courtney Again Shows Why He I a Great Coach.
Tho Spartan attitude taken by Charles Courtney In dropping E. It.
Browstcr, his 'star stroke oar, from the Cornell crew Is not so Spartan when
no analyzes tho proposition. No crew Is very much' stronger than tho
weakest man on It. An eight requires eight perfectly conditioned men, and
if one of them breaks training the lapse will tell on the seven others, who
will be called on to make up the losa In power. Courtney's success has
been attained not altogether because of hia ability to teach young men how
o pull a sweep. When something goes wrong lie sets about at once to find
tho reason. It was an Investigation of that kind which led to Brewster and
which resulted in the discovery that he had been smnkin- nn,i t,oi
late hours.
The lo.su, we Imagine, in
WILSON'S VICTORY
STDNS BOXING FANS
New Champion Practically Un
known Till lie Defeated
Champion 0'Dowd.
ny CHARLES P. MATIIISON.
The defeat of Jilkc O'Dowd, world's
mlddlcwclRht champion, by Johnny Wil
son, a practically unknown boxer, was
as great a surprise to tho enthusiasts o(
the -city as It was to the beaten title
holder. Quite naturally O'Dowd's man
ager has registered a claim of unfair
decision by the referee and also that
Wilson exceeded the limit of the middle
weight class. Unless O'Dowd can pro
duce proof that Wilson Is a light heavy
weight tho claim will go for naught As
to questioning the correctness of the
r-i.fi.rsA'. division, such a procedure Is
futile, for decisions by boxing refereesf
correct or otherwise, stand.
It cannot be denied that it Is a bit
rough on O'Dowd, the only American
champion to go to the front and tho
only one who has shown a willingness
to engage In bouts to a decision, that he
should lose his honors In sb unexpected a
manner.
Wilson, who Is an Italian named Gio
vanni Panlca, is a native of New York,
but has lived in Boston for' the past six
years. His performances In the ring
up to the present time have not earned
him mention in any of the record books,
and even tho histories of 'Young Aheam.
Augic Ratncr and others claimed to
have been defeated by Wilson contain
no reference to him. ,
Apparently Wilson has developed into
a dangerous boxer witnin tne last year,
for It now is affirmed by New England
experts that the new champion has de
feated such men as Tommy Ilobson and
others of undoubted class. If Wilson
shows the same willingness to acrcnu
his title that Mike O'Dowd did there
should be a lively time In the middle
wpight division.
As was to fcave been expected, Mike
aibbons. who avoided Kctchel, Klaus
and other formidable middleweight
champions, and who failed to make any
Impression on O'Dowd in a ten round
bout, has Issued a challenge to Wilson.
Kansas' City appears to bo in a blue
law frame of mind, ,for- the police of
that town yesterday notified Bob Mar-
tin. heavy
E. F.. and
heawwelfiht cnampion or tne a.
.. and a man who served with dls-'
tinction In th,e war, that ho could not
box In that city. The police also de
clared that they would not permit even
an exhibition bout. Kansas City au
thorltles do not seem to have a high
onlnlon of 'tuo part that boxing played
in the conditioning of Uncle Sam's men
-
country. It means, for ono thins, that
It means a combination of Harvara-
to-day it has n singular attraction
a Northern horso to show the Way.
usually went to a KentucKy norau,
who Hvos in Montreal
In 1918 the
To whom the
Wlllla Sharpe Kilmer,
it is not apparent that Pittsburg has
It will be remembered that in other
schedulo makers. Last winter he was
of his fellow club owners thought
dates. Dreyfusa says that ho has no
in so far as it concerns PIttaburg,
put one over on Heydlcr. Wo would
the Dodgers on' Thursday, but was not
pretty much all Brewster's.
FRANK MORAN STOPS
JOURHEE IN SECOND
Pittsburg Heavyweight Out
classes Carpcnticr's Spar
ing Partner.
JpcrfaJ Cable Deipatch to Turi SCN o New
York Heiuld, Copyright. 1K0, 6y The Son
asp New Youk llr.ruu-.
London; May 7. Frank Moran, the
Pittsburg heavyweight, to-night at tho
Hblborn Stadlpi, knocked out Paul
Journce, a Frencli pugilist and former
sparring' partner of Georges Carpentier,
in tho second round of a contest sche
duled for twenty rounds. Journec, who
Is well thought of by' Carpentier. was
outclassed by Jloran from the start and
was knocked down twlco in the second
round before ho was counted out
Moran really landed the blow that won
the fight early in the first round. This
was an uppercut to tho chin delivered
by the American while he and his oppo
rcnt were fighting at close quarters .near
the ropes towards the close of th munri
Willie Journec was swaying;, nnd holding
iu me ropes to prevent railing, Moran
swung a right to the faco Just before tho
bell ended the round.
The question arose as to whether
Journce was technically "down," but
the referee merely asked the Frenchman
If he was all right, and ordered the bout
to proceed. Journco resumed tho con
test and was in serious straits when the
gong sent him to his corner.
Jounieo was shaky when he came opt
for the second round, but lie tried to
keep Moran at bay with Jabs to the face.
The American would not bo denied, and
boring In. delivered a series of short
arm jolts that mado the Frenchman
groggy. Moran then cut loose with
"Mary Ann," and on the second knock
down Journec was counted put.
This is tho second timo Journee has
Deen unocisea out within a short time,
He was stopped by Bombardier Wells In
me mirieonm round or a bout in Albert
Hall on March IS last.
SYRACUSE LACROSSE VICTOR.
i.
Defeata Harvard Twelre by 4 f 3
on Soldiers Field.
Special to Tn Sin a.np New Yosk llgBitn
CAJtuniDOB, Mass.. May 7. Syracuse's
team play, better stick work and strong
defence gave her lacrosse team a 4 to
2 victory on Soldiers Field this after
noon. Main of Harvard and Nuneker'of
Syracuse each scored two goals for their
teams. "
TO IIEOUGAN1ZR L. I. A. C.
The Long Island Athletic Club, which
became extinct In 1915, will be reor
ganized at a meeting called for Friday,
May 14, at the Thirteenth Regiment
Armory, Brooklyn. A number of former
members of the club, who aro now af
filiated wjth organizations in this city,
are back of the movement. Among the
stars who carried the Cherry Diamond
of the club years ago wan Sidney Lcsllo,
William Plant, Casper Scheffer and Will
lam Kramer.
f
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ono hour.
Striped Bass Are Now In the Hudson.
Sfriped bass are now running In tho Hud
son River, and with fair luck they may be
caught from.Oroton Tolnt down, according to
)oo DutIL On Wednesday Joseph KlieK
hooked Into several at Scarboro, and he
landed a beauty of 11 pounds. He played
another for forty minutes, but did not .get a
look at him. His eleven pound fish measured
27 Inches In length. On Tuesday Larry Finger
hoiked Into several and landed two of them,
18 and 20 Inches long respectively. The same
day, John Bohncr took .ono 15 inches long.
The. law rennlrns tliiif these fish measure
twelvo inches or more or tnoy must u
turned-to the water. Dutll says tne nan ni;
moro abundant than In former seasons, and
ho is In a good position to know. At this
season of the year tho bass usually move up
the river to spawn, and If they have come In
recently the stripes along their sides will be
quite dark. If they have been In for some
time nnd have spawned and. have been In the
fresh water Iho stripes along their sides will
lighten noticeably In color.
TJng Are rratifuf on the Inshore Grounds.
Great quantities ol ling are now being
caught on the Inshore ling grounds,, ana'
many boats will go after them on Sunday If
the' weather permits. They are the regulari
run of ling Uiat come to our shores In great
schools evefy season, averaging a little Jess
than two pounds In weight. Fishermen take
many of these fish, and they salt them down
for future use. It Is Bald that the proper
method of preparation and salting will pre
serve tho fish for an Indefinite period, and
that tho removal of tho salt by soaking the
fish In fresh water brings it oacK aimosi a
Its original state. It Is. therefore necessary
to salt the fish as soon as possible after
catching Uiem and before they havo an op
portunity to become stale. The one great
thin? to remember about salting fish Is that
'SOD AND GUN.
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Tel. Chelsea 5444. '
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Capt. J. MART1K
UNO, LINO, FLO UNDER S S UN I) A Y, 7.
U I D III 5l"r, A' M.. exc. Mon.,
iTlaVaHalll Sheepshead Bay.
HIIWIIIIM1 LQU13 HARMS.
AY
G A. M. SUNDAY.
7 A. M. WEEKDAYS. DUNN'S
DOCK, 8HEEI'SlinAD BAY.
CAPT. JOE MORAVET.
Sea Pigeong
saves Hudson Park Dock.
ew nocuellf. dally and
Sunday. I A. VI.. for floun-
den. Bring bait. Capt. FRANK DAUMANN.
ALL
FISHING TACKLE F,IB
kinds risnirm inunub cheap
We also lend money on tackle.
J. H. REIF. 809 8d Av nr. 23d 8t N. Y. C.
PIIC UAI 7 sPht Bamhoo, Greenheart,
UUd TOHU Lancewood. Mountings.
Best reel line made. Rod repairing. Bait.
170 1st Ave., nr. 10th St. Tel. Orehd. B367.
leaves Murray's, Wreck
Iead, Sunday, 0:03 train,
for Flounders. Fare
$i
23. Bring worms. MARTIN MURRAY,
nnDi n lvs. R. R. station. Wreck Lead,
UUKA IV dally except Mon. and Frl. 0:43
train: Sunday, 0:05 and 0:03 trains. Bring
worms. RATHMAN.
LING LING LINO.
JOSEPHINE
leaves Bayslde dock
every day 8 A. M.
Capt. BERT.
Iseaves Sheepshead Bay
Run 7311 ftt
P. M.
Ling and. floundersA Capt.TOM.
r. M. - SATURDAY -Sf.St
AiaCDlPA Dally, 8: Sunday, 7: Dunne",
AMbHIbA sheepshead Bay. J. MICHAEL.
Steamer ZORAYA
Leaves Canarsle 7:13 A. M. Sunday for out
side fishing. Capt. FRANK McAVOT.
LING AND BLACK 7
A. M. SUNDAY.
Sheepshead Bay
uapiaiiuumi
dally exe. Mon. 8 A. M.
Capt. Arch. Buckner.;
SAPPHO
rLBNTV OF LING.
Leaves Canarlse 7 A. M. Sat.
and Sun. Capt. ROPER.
VELOCITY Sunday, 7.30 A.M.
From Sheepshead Bay. Capt. M. OSBORN.
WHITBY f
Plenty of ling. Leaves Ham
mer's Dock, Shcepshoad Bay,
30 every day.
WISDOM
Dally. 10 A. M. Sundays, 8
A. M. Dunn's Dock, Sheeps
head. CAPT. BOB.
FLOUNDERS ARE BITING Jft."
Charles Noehren. Oooae Creek, Jamaica Bay,
Electro
leaves Clason Ptj Tues.. Thurs. ft
Sup. 3 A.M. Flounders. Tel. New-,
LING LING LING.
PBrl UONT'eave Sheepshead nay dally
.KLItluni; Bun. 8. JENSEN.
KLONDIKE leaves Hudson Park. New
Rochelle, every day except Mon. and Wedi.
I A. M., for flounders. Bring bait.
v UNO nSIIINO 10 A. M. DAILY.
ADMIRAL leaves Sheepshead Bay Sun-
RESOLUTE W'.c.k La'or (toin.
Frl.. tilt train. Bring worms. HERMAN.
IDA
PLENTY OF LINU.
leaves Stahle's. Canarsle. 7 A. M.,
Thurs., 8at.. Bun. Capt. POI.l.Aif!
KATHERInt'T":"" boat open for
. . . ",,"'ur',none iu .Wan
tagh. Seaford. L. I. Capt. Win, N. Bchlfster.
PALADIN i'ffAs'yifVS'S
7:30 A. M. every Sunday. Capf. Ed. jBat'eiir
II--.. n II PLENTY OF T.iVfi
IIDSB n. llLT5.La.n5ra,,LA' "?a.ly
MAtBA on the Sound, U I. HOMES RKADV
22 mlnutfa IVnn. 6t.
jTAT.BA K3TATE8 COnP., 217 Broadway.
' rt.nxiKDEna at D Conlnck'. n...r c.
' . . . . ... tgnati.wiM.i. r l
llOII. iBI. AW HMUiigiB. alHini IOp t QOOf.
mrtlTTR WINGS" for hlr nrlv.,.
Flounders. Accommodations. Write or phone
1st) wmi.m. wyu u; nvn. oearorfl.
BX LUNDY.
flail .,nt , , J
8 A.M. Sunday. 7 A. if.
nlliNF Leaves Canarslo Sst. and Sun.
UUAT4E. 7 A. M. capt. M. ROWLANn
" uu, nan.
Naw Yorker '"res Sunday. 7 A. M
New iornor Cant. wm. rr.tiT .S
lIinfiK Wl" Not 81,11 This Sunday
JUUOC CHAB. ANDERSON.
ELIZABETH
leaves fiiahl
Ift'S. rrananf.
7 A. M. Sun
C1IA8. HAREnl
Dec Rnil 'eaves Clascn Pt. Sunday 8 A
M,
uapi. j. j
Zetterbswn. Bring bait
NORMA
leaves 01st, K. It
day. Rring ball.
7 A. M. Sun.
Capt. Beeves,
ANWYL on Point 8 A. M. Sunday,
' , Tues.. Wed. and Thurs.
I Vni A D leaves 73Stlt St.. E. R.. 7
A. M. Sunday. Bring bait.
GUN NEWS
P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M I'.M
11:17 1130 3O0 23,1 1U3I 1,0,
12:40 UM 3:43 3il7 1:12 11
mi l2;oi 13:33 aai 45 s4 a.
2:28 13:54 1:54 4:23 4:67 3:MI 3 II
3 35 1:65 2:60 6:17 6:51 3:3 1 4 .to
standard tune, l'or daylight savinK time Md
they come back to the state they were In
when the salt was first applied.
Flounders Enough for All In Nearby Water.,
Flounders are biting In all their well known
haunts about Now York, and anglers may
now go out with fair chances of aw cm
Boats aie operating to 'the Sound ground,
from verul foihfs oh the East Hlver, am
their leaving time and tho docks from wlilili
they leave will bo found In the advcrn.o
ments In this column, (lood flounder flsulng
Is reported from Port Washington, lloulj n
and Glonwood Landing.
From Great South Bay points comes nes
of fair catches, and particularly from Sea
ford, Freeport and Wreck Iad. The Free
port and Wreck Lead boats are flshlni: In
Jones's Inlet for tho big flounders. Thty
usually school up here to go to sea, and w lieu
tho fishing pilots locato them It means great
sport for tho anglers aboard.
Catches In Jamaica Bay havo been better
this week, and good catches nro reported
from Uooee Creek, the Raunt, Canarsle aii'l
Bergen Beach. Tho .flounders In Jamaica
Bay aro larger than In former seasons, and
they moro than make up In weight that which
they have lost In point of numbers, accord
Ins to John Klein of Bergen Beach.
Big Lobstef Taken at Seventeen Fiiilioin.
Mr. Rudolph of Washington Market landid
an elghtoen pound lobster at Hie Seventeen
Fathom Bank on the Captain im V, m
Thursday, and Incidentally won i'no pool for
the heaviest fish. Capt. Archie Buckner said
that U was tho most perfectly formed lob
ster he had seen In his many years of fishing
experience. The grounds off Keabrlght wrie
trlod first, and after catching ono cod and
two blackflsh tho Captain decided to go on to
the Soventeen Fathom Bank. Then 17 cod
and 27 blackflsh wero caught, as well ai
plenty of big cunners. Tho cunners were tlie
biggest run this season, according to Hih
Captain, ond they ran up to 2!i pound
apiece.
FLOUNDER FISHING UP THE HOUND.
M.J.l!..C leaves U. 122d St., Tuc..
Madeline U. Thurs., Sat., Sun.7 A.M .
K. 91st St.. 7:30; Pt
Morris, B. 138th St., 8. Bring bait. Tel.
Mornlngsldo 1378. To charter weekdays.
No stop at 138th St. Sundays. A. LYONS.
1 . G. BECHER,
SIS E. 34th St. Murray Hill 2625.
Bait, Tackle, Agates. Mountings, Repairing
Split Bamboo Surf Tips, 86.00, Big stock
Oreenheart, Dcthubara and Lancewood.
CHIPPER
leaves Clason Point 8 A. M.; Hvclyn B., 7.30
Sunday. Capt. Byers, 033 St, Ann's Ave.
HAND MADE. RODS M$?
Wood for rod makers, fiand and rul'r h
Worms. Tel. Evergreen ins7 ?
Frank Schebler. HakTAvllXSt;
SHERWOOD !fTr8.sAndaj'' E- "sth .. ?
M. Thursday, ca." irSTf? ijfiV
v"Pi. wxiwrnwt
tommodore ttK'
-Hundayt0 :0 train.
Agates. ill$?ninffihU'it.
C VoehrmgeV. .Jg&jfvg. '
eaves 32d- Slreeti Eoutl
"rooklyn, Sunday. A, jj.
i-npt. QUS POLING.
....... w S, lU,
Capt, PLAGE.
"vum s.ik K AND.
Cant Y(n a ""
"y 2 P. M.. Sunday's A M
-0"bQ Dck.'siieSSS?A.Ji-
EAGLE
. T.ING LING I.IVfT '
v? Stnll,e's- Canarsle. 7
!. Sunday. Capt. FRANK
Sea-Bird
iJMi I.INIi LINO,
leaves Stable's Pier, Ca
narslo. 7 a. M. Sunday.
Mildred B.
sails Sunday, 7 A. M.,
from Stahle's, Canarsle,
Capt. FRANK BOHL.
PDITCAC PLENTY OF LING.
V1UJWJC leaves Canarsle Sunday. 7
A. M. GEO. KAMMEREn.
ELSIE
leaves Clason Pt. Sunday,
Tues.. Wed. and Thnrs. 8
A. M. Flounders. H. ZUBE.
Tues., Thurs.. Sun., 8 A. M.
Clason Pt. for Plnnnilon, nn...
'days to charter. Capt. CHARLES.
The Winkle
leaves Singer's Boathoute,
Throg's Neck. Thursdays
OI IVIA leaves Clason Toint Sunday 8
ULI Ift a. M. for Flounder. Bring bait.
Capt. PLOOKR. Also for private parties.
ITIaqnnr II leaves Clason Point Sunday
ElCanOr U. A. M. Flounders. Bring
bait.
uapt. tup.
PALADIN
WILL NOT SAIL SUNDAT.
PRIVATE Flounder Pa'rtlos. Makes date-.".
Acuunimoaatioim lor ladles. Tel. Wan
tagh 164. Bill Marnley. Seaford. Long Island.
BLOOD WORMS. Sand Worms. Sinker Molds.
a aKii.Il'.' Kl".yjle Tack'e- Telephone Van-
'VUVillUHAI''. iiU7 Kast .Ulh St.
FishingTackle and Bait
-ES,Ie..l,. "J!9 d'.not sell lire bait bare, the ,
words 'ttckle only" or "no bait" following
tbelr names. List appears Tuesdijs. Thurs
days and Saturdays.
-MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX.
ASilhKb10TKC.1'.'?b,r, Tackle osly.
Abercromblejt Pitch, Msd. av. & 45th. T'kl only
Bsumsnn. 2252 Second av.. near listb it
Bsmmann. John. 371 W. 125th st.
Recber, 312 K. 81th st. Tel. Murray IIIII "-.
Blachlnky,3012 3d av.. (1551b it.) Trt. M, laj
Brunner. Wash. Mk. Tel.73 CortBliod wi
Clement. Geo. A its Amiterdam aTVN7y?C
Coe. Alpbeus, 27 West 123tb st. Tackle inly
Conroy. Thos. J., 23 John st. Tackle onlr
Dsrcgs. S. B. Co., 125 W. 125th it. "?
Dtveia. S. B. Co.. Ill K.t i'ii ., rcjh
JJarega. 8. B. Co., 831 Broadway. ' w'ter
3. 11. KJO.. JO lOTtltOdt St I uat
Dtrkes, 401 W. 60th st. (A. Dory, prop ) Tel
Dntll. John, 42S W. 42d st.v Telf Linkacre 237
Fuchs. H.. 02 First ar. Tel. 03d Owhsrd BVlt"
Gordon. 2127 Amsterdam sr.. 103th st. No bslt
CeorgejjSaAm'straAr. Tel.Col.2U2. Bs!t4Tl
GroM. 23S7 3d av.. nr. 12S st. Sec. hind tickle
Gross. 8th av. and 31th st. Second hind Utlh.
Hlrsch. L. 600 Amst'dm av.. 80 00th its T.l
""f'l .. TeLVanderblit 2M0
Jiffe. 1331 Amst'dm at. Tackle and halt TI
K.llerm.n,3p30 M it. Tel.Mel.I060. Sit
Klffe. II. H. Co., 623 Broadway. Tackle onlr
Kirtland's, 00 Chambers it. Tackle T only
Utsnii. Sol, 216 K. 60th st. No bslt
Lerltens. 351 E. 138 st. Tackle ft talt. MeiTOtt
Macy. It. H . ft Co.. B'wsy snd 34th it. No S'
Merker.H.,1102 Am.t. iv'n'r I34tb. Tarkleftbslt
Metropollttn Hdw Co.. Church in.1 Vey
Hudson Termlnsl. Orsnd Central. Nn bilt
Ogllry. R. Co., 79 Ch.uabers st. No biif
Patterson.aottfrled. Hunter, 170 Ful t No h,i
Pollmenl,D..385 Bleecker. cor.Pcrry" Tickle u i t
Itelf. J. II.. 309 Third ar. Tide book, '
Ilelngold, 121 8th av cor. ldth st. Tkle'ft t.,1,
Rogers Peet Co., ll'wey ft l.lih stl -v,Xl
Rogers Peet Co., B'wsy at Warren st. st.'ir
Roxers Peet Co., IVwej at 31th st. Lu,
Rogers Peet Co.. Fifth sr. at 41st t. ,tL
KoseBDaum, so k. lasth st. 3d av. stat oa
Lenrcrke Ic HetniO d. InK. "i is,h ... -.-.i.
Wslz.U.,170 1st av..nr.l0tb. 53670rch.Tlde bki'
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN.
Abraham ft Straus. Fifltou t. Tackle only
Conren, A., 532 Grand t. Tel. S0I5 Stair
Doerlng ft Co., 604 Liberty ar..nnr Scbem-k st
Kpsteln. U A.. 1118 llrosdwsy.cor. I Kb ,i.
Johnson. P.. 230 Wyckoff sr. 632 ErersTeen
Kingston. 1409 Fulton St. 750S Bt-dford. Reniiri
Krseuter, 277 Grahsm sv. Halt ft tsrllr Tel
Kuminer. II., 1730 B'wsy, Bklyu. Tarkle ft bslt'
Loeier. Frederick, ft 0.. Fulton st. Tackl ,inif.
Planter. J. F 63 Conrt st. Tel. 2123 .Ytalu.
Mktuelion. II. H., 1274 Bedford ar. Tackle ,.nly
MtebselMO. N. L, 014 Uroadiray. Tackle onlr.
Muller. O.. 202 Wyckoff ar. Tel. 3211 Evergreen
JIorrls.A.,17.17 Fnlion st.,Reld at. 1R3J BejrurJ
ltoeper, M.W., 777 Woodward av. Tackle onlj
Schaaf. 103 Flslbush ar. Ti-1. am Sterling
8chebler. F..231 Wyckorf sr. Tel.1?7 Krer2res
Slole. SIO rinhln; ar. Tel. 4M6 Stseg.
Spruns. L, 27dl Attsntic ar. Tel..V(78 Kst N.T
Voehrlnger. 12 Myrtle sr. Tel.4178-W B'wlck.
Weber, II.. HC3 Bruadn-sy, Tide books.
OUT OP TOWN.
Wtrebt, Mtke, 41112th st.West NewTork. N.J.
WieieaiB.U.,717 nack'M'k Tlk. ra.,W.nbom,
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