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Jlostorn Intcrscliolostic Golf
Olmmplonsliip Starts To
loy nt Nassau.
Willie Garden-City Mill will be able
to cUltn tho distinction of giving tho
first Invitation touiwnent of the nict-
.,ll.,Tr, .-herlllln WhCfl It tllfOWS OPCn
Its Jinks to tho representatives of the i
flolflng Legion on Tiiursaay u i "
lieaded olt for tlio. season opening
honors by tho future Croats who are to
play under tho colors of tho Eastern
Jnterscholastlc Golf Association. Tho
boys hold forth on tho Nassau Country
Club links at Glen Covo for tho next
three days, their qualifying round and
team contest being scheduled for to-day,
the first and second match rounds for
to-morrow and the semi-final and flnals
for Wednesday.
James Eeverldgo of Tomo School,
Tort Deposit, Md., who has been doing
the secretarial work In connection with
tho tournament at long rango reports
that this year ho Is likely to have un
der hU wing some unusually promising
coif material. Up to last week entries
hod been received from Hill. Lawrcncc
vllle, Fowling and Tomo schools and
the Shadysldo Academy of Pittsburg
but with other sources to draw upon
euch as Hotchklss, Merccrsburg, Pchn
Charter, Phillips Exeter. Phillips .An
dovcr, Princeton Prep, St Paul's nnd
Vandcrchlld High there Is a feeling that
the muster this morning at tho first tee
(it Nassau will approach a record.
The eligibility rule of the Eastern Jn
terscholastlc Golf Association requires
that contestants bo bona fide students In
college preparatory or high schools
within the limits of tho eastern district
of the U. S. O.A. They must be less
than 20 years of age and must be taking
lit least fifteen periods per week of scho
lastic work.
Among tho favdrltes for the title this
year are IV. G. Jones of Tome and H.
Q, Davis 3d, of Hill, tho respcctlvo
runner-up ami medalist In last year's
tournament. Lee Rumscy of Lawrence
vlllo was the winner of tho last tourna
ment which Incidentally was held at
Scarsdalc, but having graduated, a new
champion remains to be crowned, i
111b Job for Iliindicnppcra.
With nothing more recent than the
JJ1G list, the handlcappers of Philadel
phia have tackled a man's JOb In making
up the allowances for tho current year.
Much has happened In tho last four
years, and, among other things, tho olll
clals will find themselves confronted
with tho task of finding ratings for such
etars aa J. Wood Piatt Paul Tewkes
bury, George Hoffner and Eddie CIcry.
four players who distinguished them
selves In tho national championship at
Qakmont last autumn. Then It will have
to be determined Just how these four
rank alongside of Max It. Marston. the
New Jersey State title holder, who has
cone from the metropolitan district to
reside In Philadelphia. Add to that the
legions of players who have been In the
icamo for years, somo Improving and
some deteriorating In their golf, and It
readily can be seen that tho handlcap
pers will have reason to congratulate
themselves If they can pleaso only about
three-quarters of tho players listed.
At a meeting of the board of gover
nors of the Knollwood Country Club
held recently tho following officers were
elected: President. Wlllam H. Dreed:
vice-president Joseph H. Emery; treas
urer, Walter H. Merrall ; secretary, Dean
S. Edmonds. Tho board also elected
tho following chairmen of various cam
rnlttecs: House.. "William T. Koch; go!:.
John II. Cockburn: tennis, Benjamin
Wood : winter sports, Herbert M., Opw
merthwalt. So that the personnel of the
various committees may bo agreeable
to ana lepresentative oi mo mernoeranp
of the club, members are requested to
suggest to the various chairmen those
whom they consider best qualified to
eeirve. The board of governors Is also
considering the appointment of a. com
mittee of women members of the club
to take full charge of the golf events for
the fair sex.
Ijlght golf professionals of Michigan
have made plans for a tournament all
their own, tho moving spirits In the en
terprise being James Wilson of the Kent
Golf Club and Jack Daroy of the High
lands Country Club. Those who will
participate In addition to these two are
Eobert Peel of Jackson Country Club,
Jack Andrews of Battle Creek. Morris
Wejls of Kalamazoo, Harry Walker of
Muskegon, Bob McWhart of Ionia and
3?erry Beckett of Lakevlew, Grand Rap
ids. It Is the Intention of tho pros in
terested to visit the club of one of the
above mentioned group each Monday,
claying thirty-six holes over each course.
The tournament will begin by Juno 7, it
Is thoughts
The idea behind the movement Is not
far to seek. In smalt towns of tho one
-liih vnrletv1 far removed from the blc
centre the pros often sigh for a position
Hint, .liVS Uio oui w vi HainiiiituMvn
with their brethren of tho clcek such ,as
la enjoyfcd by the Instructors of the met
ropolitan, Chicago, Boston or Philadel
phia districts, where there Is an oppor
tunity to foregather and talk shop once
a week or so. Very likely the scheme of
the Michigan experts will be copied in
pther districts where professionals find
themselves somewhat Isolated.
Miss Rosenbaum Establishes
Mark of 89 Feet 6 Inches.
Greenwich, Conn., May 1C. Miss
Maud Ilosenbaum, a student In the
Oakesmere School, Mamaroneck, bet
tered the American record for girls'
prep schools and colleges in throwing
a basketball 89 feet 8 Inches at a track
meet held by the Rosemary Hall School
here yesterday afternoort. Miss Eliza
beth Harden of Vassar College held the
former mark, 88 feet 10 Inches.
$2500 Newtown Stakes
lurlington Purse
And 4 Other Good Races
BEGINNING AT 2:39 P. it.
leave Tenn. Station, 33d St. and 7th
AW.: also Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, at
11:39 nd at Interab up to 2:00 P. M.
Also vli Lsx. Ave, "I." to 160th St.,
Jinnies., thenc by trolley.
Grand Btd X30. ladles SIM.
Including' Wr Tax.
Golf Tourney
'Typical Courtney Crew,
Says Coach Bill Haines.
Special foTni St akd NswYosk Hibai.p,
CAMBRIDOE, Masa, May 10.
"Cornell has one of those
typical Courtney crews," said
Coach Bill Halnos of Harvard on his
roturn to Cambridge to-day, having
witnessed Saturday's regatta nt
Princeton in company with Capt.
Wendell Davis, Ilcgglo Jcnncy. his
stroke man, and Lawrenco Terry,
who rows six In the var-lty. Ho
continued: "Tho Cornell etmko was
not strong at Us Inception, but be
came very poworful at right unglca
to tho finish. It was anybody's rnco
two-thirds of the course. Then Cor
noll mid Princeton, sprinting, found
that Yale had nothing to follow them
with. Cornell never fell below thirty
four stroke. Vnla rowed as low as
thirty. I expect that wo will race
tho samo crow nt Ithaca next Satur
day, although Coach Courtney has
nnothcr eight at homo whom he may
seloct to Bend against Harvard."
English Stylo Defeated With
Yale, Says Princeton Coach,
Congratulating Cornell.
Special In Tub Run anp New Yobk HraALD.
Jhinceton, N. J., May ic Claiming
that tho triple, defeat of the much her
nldcd Ynlo crews at the hands of both
Cornell and Princeton on Lake Carne
gie on Saturday afternoon was a fatr
test of tho relative merits of Ameri
can and English rowing methods and
stroke, Coach J, Duncan Spaeth to-day
offered Princeton's heartiest congratula
tions to tho victorious Red and White
crews and expressed his complete sat
isfaction in the trlplo defeat adminis
tered by tho scrappy Orange and Black
oarsmen to tho Ynlo freshmen, Junior
varsity and varsity crews.
Dr. Spaeth Issued the following state
ment: "Tho clean sweep of the three Trlnco
ton crews over the three Yale crews,
showing open water In all three races,
was a very satisfactory performance. It
proved that In splto of tho otllci.il state
ment In tho Princefonlon from the Yale
coach, 'Yale is In a winning mood, noth
ing can stop Yale.' the race itself was
not' entirely superfluous. As a matter
of fact nothing did stop Yale. In the
arslty race Cornell was stopped for a
second, by fouling a flag at the half mile
and Princeton was likewise halted for a
second by a crab on the starboard side
i th inst nuartcr. But they both
passed Yale handily, Cornell showing a.
half length ana rnnceion u. iiuunt.
length of onen water to Yalo at the
Unlsh. . .
"Tho Yalo crewa, rowed with fine
spirit and got all there was to be had
out of tho Btroke they had been taught.
I havo no hesitation in saying that the
Yalo varsity crow of 1920 is tho best
Yale crew we have met.
"The regatta on Lake Carnegie had
an especial Interest because It was a
test between English and American Ideas
of strokes and rigging. Both Cornell
and Princeton represented the American
with Its emphasis on length of slide, leg
drlvo arid the reduced body swing. '
"Our hats are off to Cornell. It Is no
disgrace to the Yale and Princeton
youngsters to have , been outrowed by
such a boat load ot oarsmen. It was a
real boat race and we congratulate the
Pastime nnd Snlciu-Crescent Ath
lete Show Good Form.
Field nnd track performers of the
Pastime and Silem-Cresccnt Athletic
clubs competed In members' games at
Macomb's Dam Park yesterday. The
summaries: .
o"0 Yard Hun. Ilnndlcap-Won ly William
O'Connell (ncrotcli); Laurrnce Hordes
Scratch). econd; William Schfnkeltjack (4
nrrts). thlH. Time. 4 1-5 feconda.
MO Yard Ilun. llamllcap-Won by J, Das
ccmb ( yards): William Scl.cnljolback (5
-econd: 0car I'hlllpscn (33 yards),
One and a Half Mile Run. Jland!can-Won
by Oscar 1'l.lllnson (scratch) : I-oute tener
ran (100 vards). second: M. Ivdelman (3
,'aTtowtnttheTul;4HandIcaprVy6n by
Jclm Conway (10 feet), with 15-' f;et: Ber
;i?d UchTman (10 feet), with 122 feet. ee
ond; Dan Shea (20 feet), with 11. feet V,
"on. MUeNvalk. 11" y ' Varies
Iiccuman (1:15); Kyron Hearns ( sc
cnds s?cond; T Adolph Arnold (1:20), third.
Time. 7:5. . ... . ,.wn
Hunti ng tiroaa jump. n"'r;
Ilcrnanl Llchtman (1 foot Jnehes), with
51 feet 3 Inches; Lawrence-Hordei i (3 feet),
with 20 feet It lnches-.-rond: Dan Shea
''ya'rdhfHrcan-on by WlllUm
.TJK.0," reVond: II. Itced (7 yards), third
-0 Yar l un, landlcnp-Won by William
Ash (5 yards): J. E. Jones (3 yards), sec
ond; 'plrey Verwuyen (3 yards), third.
Time, 23 3-5 seconds.
Running HUm Jump, Handicap-Tie be
ween Benjamin Ixuder (scratch) and VW11
iom Thompion (tcratcli), with 5 feet 8
Inches; J. H. Jones (5 inches), with 0 feet 3
tn0SYaVdrritin. Handicap Won by A. Stan
etll (41 yards): O. Hawkins (30 yards), sec
ond II. II. Johnston (00 yards), third.
Time, 2:0-1-5.'
First Race Purse, $1,000: clalmlnc: for
three-year-olds and upward: six furloncs.
Valentine Laily. J01: 'Selma G., 10; Port
llKht, 112: 'Xama, 112- 'Walir War, 112;
M. Bert Tliunnan, 112: Hrlnghurst, 112;'
High Voltage, 1J2: Trlomphant (Imp.),
112: 'Marasmus, 112; Sauf Conduit, 117;
Illliy Joe, 117: B!r John Verene, 117:
Plzaro (imp.), 117: David Crate, 117. Also
eligible: Equeeler, 117: "Vision, 107: "Vnn
sylvla. 107c Military Girl, lot; The Gallant,
117: 'Duke of Devonshire, 112.
Second Race Purse, $1,200; for three-year-old
maidens: seven furlong. Roisterer, 113;
Frivolity. 110; Second CoU3in, 110; Harry
Glover, 115: Nannln Kelly. HOr Westwood,
11.1: Thenolnx. 117: Servitor. 115: Abbess,
110: Wlex. Jr., 115: Substitute, 110: Rapid,
113; tt-leut. Perkins, 115; tSammy Roy. 113;
Lord Wrack, 115. Also eligible: Lightning
Sweep. 110: Cormoran (imp.), 113: Nordeck,
113; Melody Man, 115: Refuses II. (Imp.),
110: Black Hackl. 115.
Third Race Purse, $1,200: the Shelbyvllle;
.for four-year-olds .and upward: ono mile.
Viva America. 103:Klku, 108; War Prize.
108: Wlckford, 108: Pastoreau (Imp.), 110;
Leochares, 113; Matinee Idol, 113; Routledge,
1 113.
Fourth Race Purse, $1,000; claiming, for
'two-year-old fillips; four and a half furlongs.
Dorothy. 110; Mlss Dora. 110: 'Alberta 8.,
110: 'Yellow Blonsom, 110: Nonetta. 113:
Mary Relgel. 113; Kate Fraley, 113: Rlanrhu
Mae, 115: Lough Maiden, 115; Penwell, 113;
Nlntut. 113.
Fifth Race-Purse, $1,000; the Hotel Hta-ii-j.-.
dlcap: for three-year-olds; one mile and ai ojjjA
. r. . 1 1 . . rt ti . . i I
ilnanr. ocFrij.i. .w, vju.uvu uiuum, i,
Prftce Pennant, lift.
Sixth Race Purse, $1,200: claiming; three,
year-olds; one and one-sixteenth miles.
Guaranteed. 102: Miss Patty, 102: Peggy
C. 103: Eyes of Youth, 107: 'Frank W..
IlUi; itiuia. ivii .,., -.. ..14.1, ,vi 1 'win.
land, 110: Principle, 112: Tho Leopard, 112;
I Virgo, 112: Our Birthday, lfc. Also eligible:
107: Alula, 107: Jim Hastings, 107; 'Cort
I Seventh Race Purse. $1,200; claiming: one
mil and a sixteenth; for three-year-olds
and Upward. 'Alhena, 108: 'Byrne, 108;
Sea Urchin, 108: Wenonoh, 108; 'Klmp
along (Imp.). 108: 'Harloclc. 108: Bar One
' (Imp.), 113: Money Maker, 113: Melaucholta
' (Imp.), 113: Walter II. Parc. 113: Nleht
Wind, 113', Kline. 113. Also eligible:
Speedster. 103: 'Alexander. 108: Trophy,
KM: Rctta V., 108; 'Lafoudre, 03: Lottery,
Apprtnttca allowance claimed.
J Perkins & Moore entry.
Season to Be
innnn ititiivito
BMW fill -MUl-O'
Superior Speed and Steadiness
Earns Him Victory Over
A". D. Hnmmctt, G-2, G4.
OI.1l... , . 1, otrrmf I
Steadiness always has. been tho strong!
point of Allen Uehr's game and It stood)
out prbmincntly again yesterday when
ho renihed 'the final round of tho Har-
jlcm Tennis Club tournament at the ex
, ponso of Alfred D. Hammett. A largo
gallery saw Behr win an interesting
match In straight sets by a score ot 62
C I. Hammett played his usual heady
game, mixing ja chop with a drlvo nnd
a lob at tho right time, but while his
tactics were good his execution was bad
and he practically bent himself on i
errors. - j
Hammett's chlof fault was his failure
to get tho ball over the net consistently.
Ho played most of his returns cither
too soft or too low and tho ball kept
hitting tho top of tho obstruction with
discouraging regularity. In the first
sot, for Instance, Hammett gave Behr
half of his thirty points on nots, eleven
other points on outs nnd another on a
double fault. Behr thereforo had to
earn only three points onjcloan aces. It
must bo added, however, that Bohr's
speed and his good judgment In placing
frequently drew Hammett into hurried
returns and Into errorr.
In the main the contest was fought
out from back court Both men worked
tho far corners repeatedly and there
was a good deal of running from one
side of the court to thn other to meet
tho ball. Behr. however, had a clear
advantage In tho matter 'of spfed and
control. Ho is hitting much harder
than he did a year aga and his service
has a much greater sting to it than
ever before. Iwt with the gain in pace
Behr has lost none of tho remarkable
steadiness that has featured his plav
in the past and his attack therefore
hn crrnwn far moflo effective.
Behr now awaits tho winner of the
other semi-final between Ben Letson
and Frederick C. Anderson, which Is
to be played to-morrow, nnd the cup
round Is scheduled for next Saturday.
Letson qualified for the semi-final
match yesterday by defeating Donald
Kerescy. C 3. 2-. 10-8. It was the
third extra set match In succession for
tho winner, who was hard pressed nt
all stages. It was a hard hitting' tus
slo from start to finish, with a good
deal of spectacular volleying In every
set There was little to choose be
tween the pair In tho matter of
tactics, speed or control, but Letson ap
peared to outlast his opponent In the
third set. for he was playing as ag
gressively as ever nt the end. while
ICoresey-was having dimrtilty In reach
ing shots that he had caught up with
easily at the start
Tho point scora of the Bchr-Hammctt
match follows:
4 4 2 17 4 4 4 30-fl
0 2 4 4 5 2 0 2-10-2
Behr ...
Behr 4 2 4-1 1 4 1 2 3 532-41
Hammett 1 40 100443 3-2J 1
Morse Dry IlncU Drfented 4 Goals
to In State Seuii-4' liial.
Robins Dry Dock towers of Brooklyn,
winners of tho American Football As
sociation's cup, yesterday defeated
Morse Diy Dock In tho replay of their
match in the. semi-final round of the
Southern New York Stato Football As
sociation's annual cup tie competition
by the score ot goals to 2 jit Todd
Field, Brooklyn, before 3.000 spectators.
As a result of this decision the Bobins
will meet Tebo Yacht Basin In the final
round for the State cup, The vletors
netted the ball, twice in each half to
their opponents' nnco and. in addition,
(.cored a goal, which was disallowed for
offsldo play. V
The lineup:
Robins Dry Dock (4). Morse Dry Dock (2).
IU-nzulll Goal Whalen
Robertson Right back , Lindsay
Brownlee Left back Page
lVardaworth ....Right half Markle
Clarka Centre half Bustard
Lance Left half Stradan
Garslde Out'ldc right Kershaw
Hayes .9 Inside right Rorke
Ratlcnn ...Centre McLoughlln
McGulre . , Inside loft Lcnnoa
Shanholt ........Outside left Galloway
Referee J. Matcrton. Linesmen W.
Williams and C. Stntt. Goals Ratlcnn (3),
McGulre, Robins Dry Dock; McLoughlln
Morse Dry Dock. Time Halves of 43 min
At Clark's Field Erie A. A.,4 ; Pat
erson, 0.
At Clark's Field Federal Ship, 2;
New York, 1.
There waa a four cornered tfe in tho
handicap shoot pf the College Point Rod
and Gun Club at fifty clay birds yester
day by Charles Johnston, Walter
Llneau, Fred Ilohleln and Ilarry Gar-
ber. The scores:
Charles Johnston.' 40, 1230: Walter Lin-
neuu. 43, sw; Kreii HoMeln, 40, 1250:
Harry Garber, 41, 10 On; Gene Wood. 39.
10-43: George Grass. 31, l-49; Harold'
Dahl, 33, 1447-. Dan Btack, 32, 1244: W.
Mallory. 34, 0-at; William Wood, 27,0-27.
Indexed Jamaica Entries.
First Race Two-year-olds; maiden fillies;
Index. Wt.
J. Belle Ill
232 Fadnr Star.lll!
Lelpslc Ill
230 Marjorte M..1U!
Index. wt.
Poly Thla....in
Last Straw.. ill
Foam ,.111
230 Mantilla ....111
Turnabout ..111
Am. Ilinuty.,111
Second Race Three-year-olds and upward
selling; live ana a nan lunongs:
Index. Wt,
Index. Wt.
'Little Anne. 102
Am. Eagle.. 107
221 L'Inflrmler.in7
Mine. Byns.102
170 Mldian 103
Paddy Y
Florsaln 91
K0 Ou Seheer...lI2
'Larghetto... 031
171 Goldvalo ....1121
211 Eastern Glow 98
Santiago ..,.112 1
rhnUrl 11
in i.Wn. no
PhllllriDle ...112
177 M. Holllns...l0
. . ... . -1
103 Sun Rose.. ..1071
Abadane ....112
Third Race Tnree-year-olds : maidens: sli
Index. Wt.l Index. wt.
2341 Feodor .....11
Titanium 11:
140 Headman ...11'
114' Tho Nephew. .11.1
Elmont 11.1
Lady Archie. 110
M. Antolnette.llO
224" Liberty Girl.. 110
241 Eastern Glow.110
Retrieve tin
Larghetto ...110
151 Dunsandel ..11.1
D'thy-s Pet. .110
sir Clarence. lir,
Universal ...115
Bur ley 1 15
War Map... .ll.i
Florsaln ....110i
Kellher 11.1
Fourth Race Tnree-year-olds and upward;
the Newtown Selling Stakes; 11,500 added;
six lunongs
WyomlnB ..
Youneed ....112
222' Tos. 8waln..123
- R. Enalgn....117 - Cindcrall ....104
- Bon Tromp..ll2 Elected II.. ..HO
i.aa-3 i.ove.
Efficient ....101 173 Diversion ....114
2 My Laddie. ..114 (172) Pickwick ....122
Thunaerst-m imi-
Fifth Ilaee Three-year-olds ana upward:
claiming: one mile and a sixteenth:
Index. Wt. Index. Wt,
217 'Alma B 105 (182) Paddy Dear.. 11.1
237 'Tker Rose. .105 182 Arbitrator ...110
182 'Ricochet ... 03 87 C. o' Mine.. .110
108 Orderly 1101(136) Regrnso ....115
168 'Edith R'nn.1001 182 Mai. Rradley.108
Beauty pieeD.1011 Biirllneame ..113
Sixth Race Two-year-olds; tfie Burlington;
five furlongs:
Index. Wt.l Index. Wt.
113 Omer K U2I Crest 112
Messlnes ....1121 213' Superwoman 114
Joaqulna ,.,1051 High Wave.. ,112
Five pounds apprentice allow aaoe
Ushered In
w v w '
Copyright, 1920, The Bun.Utrald Corporation.
THOSE who despair ot tbo Giants may yct'bu surprised In striking
fashion. Tho club Is showing signs of a development of oil around
effectiveness very much similar to that of 1916, when it lost eight
straight and various other games at tho Polo Grounds, but came through
.i.u .i i . i. .. . ..... i t,i maA Tii a nuiit lmnre3-
,. , ,i.
ft moat trtutnph to
reason that it showed that Arthur Nchf has recovered ms enccuvencu-.
Coming In tho wako of Kubo Benton's splendid performance ajjainst tho
llnln nlsn n nhntniit Vehf fl work
the two southpaws havo come Into their own should help not oniy in a
mechanical Way but should go a great way toward Instllllne a greater
spirit of confidence among tho players. Nehfa return to form Is more
than pleasing, for ho Is a real credit to baseball.
Tho Yankees seem to havo started with Ruth. It was predicted eomo
tlmo ago that tho club would begin to win consistently just as soon as It
received tho material and mental assistance of Ruth's homo run hitting.
Tho Babe began to land them In the stands last week, and promises to
continue landing them for tho rest of the season. The rise of tho Babe
saw tho recrudescence of tho old murderers' row and "a general pounding
of enemy pitchers. The Yankees evidently are on their way.
As for the Dodgers, they need
of Nels. and they need h!m in a hurry.
by one run because tho lower end of
tho punch. when It Is needed most,
but has slowed down to a walk and
could uso "Irish" Meusel of the Phillies, who has a poor arm ana is rioi
the fastest of outfielders, but would
could bo obtained. However, Cravath's
makes tho trade impossible.
Sunduy Baseball .Drives Yankees Ont of Polo Grounds.
Thn nntipo which was served on the Yankees to vacate the Polo Grounds
ut tho closo of this season has aroused considerable discussion among the
baseball devotees of this city, and has put tho owners of the New Yorn
club in no favorable light. It has been said that tho owners of the Giants
fear tho rlso of Yankee prestige. There may be something in this, out ai
tho samo time it cannot be denied that under the present arrangement mo
Giants, In spito Of their receipt of an annual rental of $65,000. aro not
profiting greatly, This Is duo to Sunday baseball. The Giants aro forced to
glvo up many Sunday dates which they could use at tho Polo Grounds
.wero tho Yankees not there. This wns
a week ago yesterday, when 38,000 Jammed the park and the ofllciais naa
to close tho gates. Major league baseball is a financial proposition, and the
owners of the Giants cannot bo blamed If they insist on making tho most
profltablo uso of their property.
It is to bo deplored that under existing conditions as regards real
estato In this city It should become necessary for tho Yankees to build
their own park. It has been tho hope of some owners to further the
tendency to have only one major league park In each city. However, the
enforced building of their own park will, in tho long run, benefit the Yankees
greatly, as It will glva them a certain Individuality which they now lack
because of their playing on the Giants' home lot. Besides, it Is possible
that tho Yankees' new park will be even more favorably located thah the
Polo Grounds. There is talk of building at Twelfth avenue and Fifty-seventh
United States Tennis Body Takes Proper Stand.
In declining to Join the International Tennis Federation until it changes
Its decision that the world's championship tournament on grass always shall
be held in England the United States Lawn Tennis Association Is showing
the uroDer SDirlt. America would like to see the national body join with
thoso of England. France and Australasia, but not at the expense of the
independence of the American association. There Is no reason in the world
why the annual tournament at Wimbledon should be called tho world's
championship event. The titular competition should rotate ana De neia in
conjunction with Davis cup finals. American tennis has grown without
tho federation and we believe that It will continue to grow in spite of our
being on tho outsldo of that organization. It Is another League of Nations
v :
FIRST RACR-Flve and one-half
three-year-olds: non-winners of 1.000
u inner, cn. e 3, by llelloc Anns,
Index. Horsu. W. pp. U
I'adrtae 109 (i 3 l'Vil"
Red lied Koae.,,113 4 2 2!. 2"
The 'Archer 10O 1 7 " 6
Kins Albert IV) 9 8 0 0
'Ihe Trout 1(0 7 14."
rocatollo 100 .18 3 4
American SoldlerlOO 3 (1 7 8
Fair Colleen 101 2 4 5 0
:34.Lady Uruiumcl..U3 8 8 8
I'adrlae left tut post ninnlns. was hustled
was weakening at the end. Red Red Rose, always second best, stood a long drive
pramcly. Tho Archer closed some Kround. Kins Albert had scant chaneo at the break
The Trout was pinched off In the stretch. Lady Urumrael went lf the air at the breal:
and had no chance.
Scratched-The Lamb', 112: Hobcy Baker, HI: FlylnB Oil. 103; White Socks, 100;
Round Robin, 100; Elmont, 103: Eastern Glow, OS: Marie Antoinette. 08.
!)) SECOND RACE-Flvo and one-half furlongs. Purse, 1, 131.23. For three-year--uu
olds and upward. Selllnc. Time, 1:08 1-3. Off at 3:13. Start rood. Won drlv-
tnjf. Winner, eli. e., 4, by Trap Rock-Toucan. Owner, JOHN BHAUGHNESSV.
Trainer. W. J. Soelrs. '
Index. Horse. Wt. PP.
Title 10(1 4
Asterisk Ill 0
Efficient Ill 3
170 Mldian 101 11
Frank Waters.. Ill 5
Firing Orb lOT, 12
Mdslto Ill 13
135 II. M. Stevens.. Ill 7
171 Our Nephew.... 100 1
War Map 103 13
Paddy Ill II
American Eagle 11. 12
Prim HI Ill 14
(03) Sandy Mac 110 10
Actlonecr Ill 8
Winner entered to be sold for 41,000; no
Title lucky to escape Interference, saved
somethlnc left at the end. Asterisk, never
quit badly in the last furlong.and was bearing out at the end. Mldian closed some '
ground. Frank Waters waj blocked badly In the stretch.
Overweights Sandy Mac, 4; Mldian, B; Flying Orb, 5; American Eagle, "!; War
Map. 4. ,
Scratched Mose, 111; Fhantom Fair, 06: Runeneraft. Ill: Dominican, 90; Eastern
Clow. M; Headman., 101; Florsaln, 00; Liberty Girl, SO; Sugar Mint, Ofl; Qame Chick,
01; Kewefia, 111. "
Of t) THIRD RACE-FI've furlongs. Time.
v jear-oias. surroiK Helling stake.
easily. Winner, ch. c, 2, by Von
.miner. 1;. ituxion.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP.
17 Alratraz .... 103 3
Frlilet 107 4
162 Eye Opener nt 0
Salesman .... 107 7
235 Toreador .... 107 8
Hard Guess.. 104 .1
i EulfOde 107 fi
'Sea Court .. 07 10
'WIso Dove.. 104 1
By Jovo 107 2
. fit.
i W
2' 2 2'V4 2!
. s 4W4' 3
Winner entered to be sold for $2,000; no
First two fousht It out through the last furftrng and Alcatraz, hanging on with great
gam'nes. Just lasted. Both were bearing out badly right at the end. Frlilet showed an
excellent turn of speed. Eye Opener broke slowly, closed a big gap and finished very
gamely" Salesman showed speed, but was green. Others raced greenly,
Scratched-Beach Star, 101: Teddy R 112; Miss Petite, 09.
OTH FOURTir RACE Six furlongs. Time. 1:12 2-3. rurse. 13.000 guaranteed. For
"I" three-year-olds and upward. Tauinonok Handicap. Off, at 4:18. Start good.
Won easily. Winner, ch. c, 4, by Celt Workmald. Owner, P. A. CLARK.
Trainer. J. McOurmlck. .
Index. Horse
W. PP.
1 l
3 3
8 7
4 Z
Dunboyne . . .
229 Billy Kelly.'..
(220) Ticklish
157 Old Rosebud..
. 11.1 0
. 12(1 7
. Ill
Lord Brighton.. 116 4
179 Cromwell 10H 8
Sea -Mint lOlli 3
'Hobey Baker.. 100
Vice Chairman. 100 5
Added starter.
Tltinhnvn hnwlner n htrh turn nt itneed.
! Company dlixy before the stretch was reached
I -round on the stretch turn but was coming
1 ...l . . . w) 11 . ilml.h (nni mnA t .
Brlnhton quit early. , Cromwell finished with a rush. Others were never contenders.
Overweight-Ticklish, 1H; Sea Mint, 3H; Vice Chairman, 2; Hobey Baker, 4.
Scratched Royallleu, 93; Arnold, 111; Valor. 112: Luculllte. 130.
071 FIFTH RACE One mlla and seventy
thrce-year-olilj and upward. Selling. Off, 4:39. 8tart good. Won ridden out.
Winner, b. f.. 3. by Sweep Josle Cohan. Owner, PAUL CONNELLY. Trainer.
J. Dennlson.
Index. Horse.
Wt. TP. St.
li '4 M m. JotKey.
1HJ2' 1'HIU 1' Schwartx,
4 3 214 3 2 Kclsay...
ina Penelopo
103 Orderly .
Kilts II..
07 5 5
110 1 2
121 3 1
354. 13H
214 Poullney..
114 4 4
S. light III 112 7 6
u 3 u
2 4 4
7 7 7
6 6 6
160 Goldcrest II 113 2 ,3
129 Shenandoah.103 .6 7
Winner entered to be sold for 12.000:
T'n1r ir.. much t V. a. talren
', at the end. but lis ridden out smartly.
furlong, when the latter was taken down
''(Til. null enriv. I'ouiinev was never a contender, bnenannoan and (inirferea n .u
iiwais outrun.'
5 HcrV?ehed-I
scratched Ricochet. 81: Rosary. 8.1: Alma
113: Dorcoa, 114; Edith Baumann, 103.
979 SIXTH RACE For two-year-old maidens. Five furlongs. Purse, 91.131.23. Off
' 5:07. Time. 1:021-5. Start good. Won ridden out. Winner, ch. f.. 2' hi
Index. Horse
rp. St.
127 llunatrtx ....
Teddy R. ....
Wedgewood .
East Vdw...,
Theodosla ..,
Dream Crepe,
. 112
, 112
7 3
2' 1"
5 B
6 3
7 7
4 0
a 0
n 8
11ISCK Top
Phoenix 113
nun&trtr ahnwftd ha waft- the best eondlitnned
anarter and 'withstood Teddy IL'a challenga
Rice kept htm In the deep trolag throughout.
Scratehed-Frtzlet." 115: Crimson BamSUr.
v t1 .1 9 a i
I oday by Schoolboys in I
ftl 11. www. " "
. ..,. , h PimtM taut Saturday.
the followers of the club, for the good
was doublv Welcome,
Tile iaci ina.i
another outfielder to taite me ptaco
Tho club Is losinr; too many games
tho batting order Is hot delivering
Nels started out like a house afire,
is hitting only .190. The Dodgers
serve the purpose until somebody eiso
demanding two pitchers tor weusei
Impressed on Stoneham ana nicuraw
clean tract: slow.
furlon?s. Time, 1:07 3-3. IMrse. 11,131.23. For
Off. 2:47. Start poor. Won ridden out.
t'atnaa. uwner ana trainer.
V Fin. Jockers
CI. n. sn,
1 1H4T. Rice
3- 1
4- 1
IJuxton 8-1
Kutu'r .10-1
Srhufer R-2
Turner.. 8-1
Myers .15-1
Wel.icr BO-1
Johnson 3-1.
Into a lonu lead firthe first furlor.g, but
St. U H Fin. Jockey. Op. III. CI. PI. 8h.
3 B' 4' 2' ! Welner. 8-1 12-1 10-1 4-1 2-1
4 2'4 3tt3 2 Jnhoson.l.'i-l 20-1 1.1-1 6-1 3-1
1 l'Sl 1 3 Ruxton .S-.1 2-1 8-5 4-5 2-.1
13 5 5 it 4 Murray.lO-t 12-t 12-1 B-l 5-2
7 3 2 3 r. Turner.. 12-1 1.1-1 10-1 4-1 2-1
12 7 0 4 0 H.Myera rt-1 7-1 0-2 8-5 4-5
2 8 8 7 7 Kum'er.20-1 S0-1 20-1 8-1 4-1
10 9 9 0 8 Zoeller. 50-1 CO-1 00-1 20-1 10-1
r, io io in o j. Judge e-t 8-1 s-t 3-1 8-3
11 4 7 8 10 Fator.. 10-1 12-1 12-1 B-l 5-1
0 13 15 11 11 Kdsay. 8-1 1.1-1 12-1 B-l B-2
tl 12 12 11 12 Walls.. 10-1 12-1 12-1 5-1 5-2
1.1 1.1 14 13 13 Longo. 100-1 100-1 100-1 40-1 S0-1
14 11 13 14 14 MTgt 30-1 40-1 40-1. 15-1 6-1
8 11 11 in 13 H'm't'n 50-1 60-1 60-1 20-1 10-1
Kround on Uio rail all the way and had
far from the pace, hunt on well. Efficient
1 :02 1-!?. rurse, J1.500 added. For two.
Off, :-4;. start good
Won drlvtiur. Plaea
.'.t Lleber.
Owner, J. A. COIiURN.
i Fin. Jockey. Op.
3- 1
4- 1
3- 5
4- 3
4- 1
5- 2
1W " zoencr. 3-1
Kum'r. 2-1
Schw'rz 0-1
H'mltn. 5-1
Krlsay 20-1
Judge. 30-1
Buxton, fl-1
Welner. 4-1
Atk'nsn 4-1
Turner 10-1
3 4
2 4
C 5
0 6
6 7
7 8
8. 0
, Jockey. Op.
Rice ....4-1
Ruxton .5-1
McCabe. 8-1
Fator ...3-1
Ball ...15-1
Kelaay ..8-1
5- 1
6- 2
11- 5
12- 1
4- 1
5- 2
6- 1
1- 3
2- 1
4- 1
3- 1
5- l
S0- 30-1
tritv mvheri fntn a fn nA n. 4 t.tm
to win nicely in hand. Billy Kelly lost boom
araln at the end. Ticklish, outrun ri
A Kl m nT.I T- i. . n n . V. J I v
yards. Time, 1:42. Purse, $1,131.23.
Op. III. CI.
1-1 1-1 1.1
4- 1
1- 1
5- 1
2- 1
1- 6
2- 3
10-1 15-1 12-1
2'J43Vj Myers....
! 4-1 18-5
10-1 1.1-1 I.V1
5 B Fator...
6 8 Walls..
7 7 Zoeller..
4-1 8-1 G-l
10-1 15-1 12-1
20-1 30-1 30-1
no bid.
vrLlft nil Ilia IT unit eflma nwnu J 1 1
Orderly outflnUhed KlUs II. through the last
on the rail in the deep going. Search Light
D.. 103: Tiger Rose. 101: The Relelan ir
Fin. Jockey. Open. Iltah.Clnia. Pia ak
l 1 Murray .. 4-1 7-1 B-2 l-l
3 21. Rice B-2 , 3-1 0-5 7-10 1-3
2H 3 Runton ...15-120-1. 20-1 8-1 4
4 4 Flnlsy ....SO-1 30-1 30-1 10-1 5-1
5 B Judge ....30-1 S0-1 20-1 8-1 41
0 6 SchutU'ger 6-1 10-1 10-1 4-1 2-1
7 7 Turner ...8-1 10-1 10-1 4-1 2-1
W 8 Hirers ....1.1-1 20.1 20-1 n-i 4.1
& 0 Kummer,. 2-1 10-1 5-1 2-1 l-t
lie waa raced lo the front In first
vrithout troufal.
He will Improve.
j-eaay it. ran green and
Wedgewood ran a good
112; Messlnei. 115.
a a a a.
England and Franco Dominate
All tho Arrange
Kncland and France, the dominating
forces Jn the International Boxing Union,
have alio organized what Is known as
the International Amateur Boxing Fed
eration, and have assumed full powers
In the adoption of conditions for the
government of the boxing; competitions
at the Olympic Karnes. The Belgian
Olrmplo Committee had arranged rules
fof the boxing championships, but when
the federation recently met In London,
the Belgian rules were thrown Into the
waste basket and tho rules of tho fed
eration declared to bo In force. J. II.
Douglas, chairman of the federation,
"Wo have agreed upon our rules, nnd
all that we need now do U to aend a
copy of them to tho .Belgian committee
and Inform them that the boxing must
tans place nnaer them. That win get
rid of all the controversy."
A resolution then was adopted to that
effect, and the federation adjourned to
meet again In Antwerp the day after the
boxing finals. -
under the weight rules of the federa
tion tho American competitors may
bo Inconvenienced, as the scale varies
materially from the A. A. U, weights.
The federation weights are the same as
the European professional scale, namely:
Fly, 112: bantam, 118; feather, 12G;
light, 135; welter, 147; middle. 160.
and light heavy, 175.
Tho Amateur Athletic Union classes
aro as follows: 08, 110, 115, 125, 135,
145, 15S and 175.
American boxers In the first three
classes would be compelled to concede
considerable weight to their foreign op
Among new rules adopted at the fed
eration meeting was one providing that
an amateur boxer having knowingly
broken the amateur laws and having
becomo a professional cannot be rein
sured. .It also was decided Chat contestants
must welt;h In costume on tho day of
The countries represented at tho meet
ing were England, France. Betelum,
Sweden, Holland and Italy.
The claim in behalf of Mike O'Dowd
that, twelve, rounds to a decision la too
short a distance for a title light In the
middleweight class brings recollections
of Jess Wlllard risking the world's
heavyweight title, the richest prlio In
pugilism, on tlte result of a twelve round
bout to a decision at Toledo. Had the
hout gone the limit of twelve 'rounds and
Dcmpsey had been declared the winner
he would have become the champion.
Just the same as by a knockout.
The bout between Joe Lynch and Pal
Jloore to-night at tho Armory A. A.,
should prove Interesting, Both have
boxed Wide and each Is anxious for an
other contest with the Briton. Lynch Is
boxing in good form, and Moore Invari
ably enters the ring in excellent condi
tion. The bout between Wlllio Curry and
Johnny Yarns should prove exciting,
while Mike Arra and Young Sieger will
also show their speed and hitting powers.
Johnny Fleeson, the Brooklyn promo
ter of wrestling, has arranged a tourna
ment to decide the light heavyweight
LA Punch? msi
1 lots of it!
ifle nay vver
m m m w m - a
Wins Three Races
in Three X)ay
AiUH,. May .Winning three.
handicap raocs in
L i-nnnaftillvA llaYH On -UWltl V.
tracks was tho feat porformcd by
Anvln, a, five-year-old horso belqng-in-
n rvnmr ii la Cimcnv of Spain
'on French race tracks during tlia'
past weeit. .
Going to tho post, at even money at
1 Tremblay Wednesday, Anvln won
the mllo ancT seven-eighths event..
Anvln faced the etarter again Thurs
day at Longchamps, his backors
cashing In at 3 to 1 when ho again'
finished In front over tho mile and
seven-eighths course.
Count do la Clmera decided to
start Anvln yesterday at' St. Cloud,
and aJlcr a gruelling race of two
miles and a quarter tho horse won In
a great drive at odds of 12 to 1,
This la the flret tlmo slnco 1899 that
a fiorse ha finished first In three
races on successive days on tho
metropolitan tracks.
championship at 175'pounds. The.bouta
will begin tomorrow night at Prospect
Jack DompSiy's trial naa noon set for
June -7 at Ran Francisco, and It l prob
xblo the champion will know his fate
wlthlu a week after the case Is called.
Tho team' of Australian boxers that
Invaded England all havo jjccrt defeated,
Fred Kay, the welter tltlo holder, losing
to Johnny Basham. and' Ylnce Black
turn, tho bantam tltlo holder, bowing to
Jim Hlgglns. This victory by the Eng.
llsh bantam champion has earned him a
bout with Charley Ledoux. '
'Charley Doessereck nas lured AI RoT
erts back to the ring and tho Staten
Islander will meet Harry Nelson at tlio
Bayonno A. A. next Thursday night
Hartley Madden will also appear on tile
same programme In a bout with Ole
Flist Race Three-year-olds and upward;
selling: six furlongs: Frank Macklln, 103;
Escarpolette, 90; Hrynhlld, 108: Foreclos
ure. 03; 'Lariat. 103: Calvert. 065 Brother
MacLean, IOC; Mlu Millions, 101: Nebraska.
101; Jeweler, 1081 Couple llrynhlld and
Miss Millions as Ediyard V. 'Whitney entry.
Note This race lias been divided and a
second run as the seventh race.
Second Race Four-yenr-olds and upward:
the Cantonvlllo Sloeplechase: two miles and
a quarter. New Haven. 147; Candidate 2d,
ii-t r-vniviiire. UT: MeshArh. 132: Quel Ron-
hour. 147: Algardl, 147. Couple Candidate
2d and Quel Ronheur as Mrs. F. A. Clark
Third rtAre-ZFaur.renr-olds .and upward
rinlnnd Park Handicap.: selling: one mile
and a sixteenth: Ben Hampion, IOj i Tan
2d, 100; Manokln. 108; Galley Head. 103;
W. Ward. 03: Waterproof. 103: Tai da
Chance, 103; John I. Day, 107; Rar Coy,
107, Wodan. 120; Verity, 100: peerless une,
100; Joan of Arc, 110; Austral, 112; 'Padua,
Fourth Race Two-year-olds: four and. a
half furlongs: Tarantula, 113; The Cook,
112; Victor A., 112; Jem, 117: Mythology,
112; Quecreek, 117; Night. Raider. 117; Ry
Cone, 112: Dr. Charles Wells, 112.
Fifth Race Three-year-olds and upward;
the Stafford Handicap; six furlongs: Kallt
poll', 100; Motor Cop. 128; Tltonla, 90:
Charley Lydecker. 100; King Herod, 113;
Milkmaid, 121: Chasj'ur, 103; Mock Orange,
03; Crank, 106. Couple Motor Cop and Milk
maid as .1. K. I.. Ross entry. Couple Tltanla
and Crank 0.3 Samuel Rons entry.
Sixth Race Three-year-olds and upward;
nelllng; handicap; one mlltt Veteran, 102;
Knot, 108; King John, 107: Soldat de Ver
dun. 113: Waukeng, 103; Rallymooney, 101:
Ettahe, 103: Herd Girl. 92; Fort Rllss, 107.
Couple Knot. Hallymooney and Herd Girl
as Samuel Ross entry.
Seventh Race Three-year-olds and upward;
selling; six furlongs; Charlie Summy. 100;
Pokey Jane, 06; Sister Emblem, 108; Sir
William Johnson, 103.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
starting trouble
wijth Socony. She
fsnaps right into if
when I step on the
starter. Just power,
punch, pep lots
of it"
At fillling time look
for the red, white .
- and blue Socony
Sign v
"Every Gallon the Same'
ivwuu umKs
- . . a. .. .a .... .
Arthur Spencer Beats' I.ny
Eaton, JPaiofosaiorfal Cycling
Champion at Newark.
F.rank r,. Kramer divided honors with
Vrjhtir Spencer at tho Velodrome In
Newark yesterday before 15,000 persons,
Kramor defeated Alfred Goullet in two
.put of three heata of n mllo match race,
wnue tiponcar dcb. nay r-aion, me pro
fessional champion of America, in two
straight heats of a mile match.
Tho summaries:
One Mile Team Match Race, Professional
Won by Orlando 4'lanl, Italy, and Willie
Spencer, Toronto: Harry Kaiser, The Bronx,
and Reginald McXoniarn. Australia, rmv
ond. First heat won by Plani. Tint",
2:43 3-S. Last eight!) mile, 0:12 2-5. Hc.
end heat won by W. Spencer. Time,
2:30 4-B. tost eighth mile, 0:12 S-C.
Ml. nnd Out Invitation, Professional
Won bv Jacob Matin. Irvlncton: Fred 11111.
.llu toii, fecund. Oi'urge Chapman, Newark,
third,. I'eier urnimi'ii,' uohumi, louitn;
Menus Rcdell, lombrook. h. I., fifth. DU
lame. U mlbis i lap. Time, .4:20 3-3.
One Mile Mntrli Race, Professional-Frank
L. Kramor, East Orange, vs. Alfred Coullst,
Newaik. Won by Kramer. First heat won
by Kramor. Time, 2:31. Lftut eighth mile,
0:12 3-3. Second heat won by Goullet,
Time, 2:07 4-3. Last elghtli mile, 0:13 2-S.
Third heat won by Kramer. Time, 2X3 4-5.
Last eighth, 0:12.
Ono Mile, Class D. Amateur Won by Will,
lam Beck, liny View Wheelmen; David
Lands, Ray View Wheelmen, second; Louis
HlbanJ Inwood, L. I., third: Andrew Watts,
Newark, fourth. Time, 2:05 3-0.
One Mile" Novice, Amatur-Won by Will
iam Baldwin, Newark; Jllchael Ulrlcb, New
ark. Tlmo, 2110 1-5.
FInir-Mli Handicap. Professional-Won
Floyd Krebs, Newark- (70 yards); Edward
Byron, Australia (70 yards), second; Qui
Lang, IrviitgtoH (30 yards), third; Tercy
LawroneC, Ban FrAnchco (41 yards), fourth;
John Bedell, Lyjibroolc, L. I. (00 yards),
fifth. Tim. 0:02
one-'inira -sue ii
andlcao (Arnateurt Won
by Lawronc Oaffhey, Brooklyn, (45 yards);
Michael De' Orlo, Unlene- f5portlva- Itallan
(30' yarda), sficdnd: .Nicholas Howath, Bay
View Wiiflelmen (110 yatds), third; Bobby
Waltlionr. Jr., N'ewarlff (30' yards), fourth.
Time, IJ!303-5. .
Ono Mile Motcli Race (Professlonall-Ar-thur
Spencer; Toronto, vs. Raymond" Eaton,
NeWk-. Won" by Spenccrv First heat won
by Spenccrt Time, 2-143. Last eighth mile,
0:12. Second' heat won by Spencer. Time,
2:47 3-S. Last' eighth mile, Ofl2,
Ono Mile' .Consolation (ProfcsslonalJ-Won
by Fred Weber, Newark; William Keller,
Newark,, secorfdf John L. Stachlo, Newark,
third; Charley Plercey, Australia, fourth;
homos Hello. Brooklyn, flfthi Time, 2;00 4-B.
Two MU Open- (Amateur) Won by An
thony Young, Ray View Wheelmen: Fred
Taylor, New- Vdrtr A.- C second: William
Beck. Bay Vliftt Wheelmen, third Edward
Bendi, Union, Sporllva Italians, fourth. -
Flve Mllo Invitation (Proftsslonal)-W'on
by William Keller. Newark Alfred Orendaj
Australia, secondi Oscar Egg, SwlticrNiKT,
third: Jacob Matin. IrVington, fourth! Al
fred Goullet, Nowjirk, fifth. Time, 10:242-8.
E. C. Bendi, Union Sportlva Italians,1
set. a new road racing standard in win
ning tho fast tllhe prize In. the thirteen
mile handicjip bicycle race held by ths
Century Boad Club Association over tlje
Pelham Parkway .course yesterday. The
Italian's time of 33 minuter 25 seconds,
erased 27 seconds from tho former mark.
Tony Volpe of the Acme Wheelmen, with
a two minuto start, led homo the Held
of 115 starters.
The summary :
is. Name nnd Club. Hdep. Time.
1- T. Volpe, Acme Wheelmen 2u0 3lt4.1'
2- L. Rumasattl, U. S. I.... 1:00 3.H431-5
3- R. Zlir.'rman, Acme Wh'n. 1:00 33:43 2-3
4- W. 8lmoiia, Queens C. W. 1:00 33:43 3-3
rL. Grace. . It. C. A 2:30 3.1:14 1.3
C-A. Pace, Italian-Am. G. A. 2:30 35:14 .3'
7-W. Caldwell, C. It. A 1:30 34 UJM
(W, Hennessy, Acme Wh'n. 1:30 34:14 4-'
n-J. Amablle, Acme Wheofn SIOO S5I43
10-J. Markow. unattached... 2:30 33113 1-3
Md tha woddt Utt Cwoln
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