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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAV, MAY 31, 1920.
4f ues Under Which All Boxing Boats Will Be Staged in New York Assure Elimination former Abusel lit fir I if A III TENNIS SURPRISE FOR F, T, ANDERSON Youthful Stnv Loses to W. M. Fischcr in Three Sots nt Amnt'knssin C.'C. Jn the defeat of Frank T. Anderson Mma h iimiI n .1, T?AAin VmW ' """"' : " , bill by Gov. Smith tho rule formulate,! York Stito term s chipilonhlp at tho .,.,, ., , .. .. a-.i,.. i r. . ......ri.iri Ijy tho Intermit onal Sporting Club for AmncKa.ihlii Country Club yesterday ..... . . after more thnn foursroro twitches hart '' overnnient of all glove contests. In been contested. Ho waa eliminated by tlio State of Now York wont Into effect, VfVnm M, Fischer of the Harlem Ten- j Aa ,, M ,hc aoV(irnor pp0ints u box- Provc.it LZT 'vVrtoed & ' eommUrton and a license commltteo from his recent, lllnetB. In the final sot to supervise tho sport tho new rules will the yuthfu Anderson, who has been bo cnforccil by oVery club In tho State. S,S SlSSS?.. .2$ h. rule, committee of VU.e Interna clowed down to a wall!, and ho was tlonai Sporting Club, of which Dr. outscorod. 6 to 1. The complete scoro Joteiih U. Haycroft la chairman, (le va s G-3.M-C, & 1, , voted several months to the task of put It would be an Injustlco to Fischer, ting together thu rulesand tho result however, to attribute Andorscn'a defeat is the best set of boxing regulations ever to lack of condition. Tho winner was conceived, 1'rovlKlons are made for every In superb stroke, exceptionally steady, and his forehand drive wan remarkable for Its sneed and accuracy. Fischer maintained a low, deep cross court at tack that had Anderson running from ono end of tho baso lino to tho Other. It broke up Anderson's usually effective net game, particularly so because tho youth did not havo the speed to gat to the net quickly enough to meet tho ball on the volley. As n rule, when Ander son tried to force the net Fischer passed him cleanly. Anderson's splendid "getting." how ever, his stroke assortment nnd change of pace kept thc result In doubt up to the final set. when his game lost oO per cent, of Its speed and power. More than three-fourths of the field of IIS .aspirants had been eliminated when play closed for thc day. Thc jnimmury: Eastern New York mate Championship Plnitl.i, Tint Itounil-W. 8. Andersen de feated Charles Chambers fl-1, 7-3. M.T. Aclierlamt .If tested V. 1 Fuller n-2, (l-0. 1. Kumacaa won from V. Letson by default. l:awrd Oelsner defeated J. W. .Keys 0-1, ir-l. T. Kwlntr won from W. Itosenlmum by default. Harry Sachs defeated C. A. Ander eon 113. 7-1. Kredeilck 0. Anderson de tested M. Cutler 0-0. (V-3. 11. Oakley de feateJ II. J. Ariuel 0-0, 0-3. l-eonard flee)! man defeated 11. J. Summer 0-1. W. H. R. Hathaway defeated l.rslle V. Hohlnson i3 3o a-3, 1. llartman won from J. Vox by default. II. W. Schwarz won from j:. nuektey by default, h. 11. French do fraud F. Damrau O-S. 0-3. A. Her won from J. S. Mflermot by default. K. Itehar defeated W. C. Schmidt 04, 4-0. e-l. Allen llehr defeated A. Hassford 3d 4-0. C3, fi4, ,. Sloslniter won from O. King I, y default. K, II. Smith won from . M. Halt by default. (leorsi. Oirhe defeated C C. Schmidt 0-4, 4-0. 0-4. Klllott II. Illnten defeated n. O. McKay T-3, 7-n. 11, Jjn" defeated CI. U Norrl' 0-1, 0-1. J. Abels defeated It. Ilonaldaon 0-8. 0-3. 0-4. A. I)atord, Jr., defeated C. 41. Stewart O-J. 6-1. W. II. llottford defeated J. E. Ack land 0-1, 0-0. J. V. Meraerratt won from It. II. llalaes by default. A. I Italy defeated M. II. Abels 9-T, 0-1. Paul Martlu defeated II. II. Iluzilnl 0-2, 0-2. lUrbert H. Maij rheiter defeated 8, n. MeAIIUtsr 0-2. 0-4. Trank McWatty defte.l K. IJttell 0-3. 36 o. neratd Hinenen defeated Hen ltaon 4-, 7-3. 0-a T. Moor; defeated W. J. Tousalnt 0 t. 3-0. If. U Dow man defeated It. V. Lake 0-1. 0-3- , Swond Round Allen Hhr defeated u Slcslneer 7-3, 0-2. . Oarb dt tented K It. Smith 7 1. 7 n. Klllott II. Illnun defeated A. 1-. Ilruneau 0-2. 0-2. Leon Croley dfeated II Landau 0-1, 6-2. 11. 1 Re,- defealed J. V. Abels 0-4, 0-1. Wlll ard Retiford defeated Abraham UaJford. Jr.. 02. 3-0, 02. R. S. rtoddart defeated Mlttnn llerniteln 0-3. 0-a .lame 1. Kwlnc defeated A. llealr fi 41. 0-3. 0-4. It. 11 Marshall defeated It. II. Rolden 0-0. 0-3. R-fi. Vincent Illcharda defeated Taul Martin 0-1. 7,'. Herbert II. Manchester defeated V. McWatty 0-0, 0-1. W W Cunningham defeated K. llenileraon 0 K. 0-1, 0 2. 11. L. How man won from N H. Sinclair by de fault, ...1, .Jvumasao df(led W A. While tl 1 . 03. Francis T, Hunter dufeated Hd ward Oelsner (1 I. 02. Ivinald Krey de flated M. II. Pfiper 0-1. 7-5. A. I. Ham melt defeated T. Kwlns 0-0, 0-0. I. l'lanl. pnnl defeated II. Klkuchl M1. C-0. Carl Jollffe defeated E. O. PMnocs 0-i, 0-1. William M. Fisher defeated II. W. Rohwan R-2. 7-.V Frank T. Anderson defeated W. H. Wood 0-3, 04. Alex Her difeatcd Kll M. IKhar 0-1. 01. Third Round-Poe.ald Keresey defeated Al fied V. llammett 0-4, 0-4. W. M. Fischer defeated Frank T. Andenon 0-3. 4-l, 0-1 Herbert I flownun defeated W. U, Cun nlnsliani 2-0, E-l, 0-2. DAVIS CUP TEAM LEAVES. Tennis Player .in Army Transport Confident. Amerlea's Davis Cup team left on board the army transport Northern Pa clflo yesterday for the long series of tournaments and International matches that awaits them In England, . The transport, which left hor dock' in llo boken at 10 A, M., la one of tho fastest In army service and Is due to reaeh Antwerp on Saturday. After arriving In llelgium the team will leave Imme diately for Quern Club, London, where they .are to maka their Initial appear ance "n tournament Play. ' Tho tennis team Included Samuel IlarUy. tho CallfamM veteran,- who js. to act as non-playlnfi captain; VlJam M. Jol'pjtoti of Sap Francisco, national champlop; William T. Tllden 2d of Phil adelphia, indoor champion and second on tho ranking list; . Norrls William Sd of Jloston,, formerly at the top of Amer ican tennis players, and Charles H. Oar land of Pittsburg, who only a few days ngq wag chosen as the fourth man on the International team. Ag. tha. arn)y rulei do nn perinlt wonj n.)p. board a United Stales trana-. port,"Slim Hardy, nil! Johnston and Dlcl; V.'lHtama had to leave without their wlvL-si, They are to follow on the Cunard liner, the Kalserln Auguste Victoria, whjeb. Is )ue to sail on June 12. Orig inally tha tennis party waa to have left on the. Cunard steamship on June 5, but th date of departure was postponed on Friday owing to dock strikes In England nnd tho team waa confronted with tho alternative of falling on time or arrive Jng In Kpgland tco lata to Est any' nraci tiee before their first loutnament. in this predicament tho United States I.awn TennfcJ Assoslatlon appealed to the War Department and was gratified to learn that the (earn could be accommodated oivbhY Northern Vclfle- On tho trip ta the Continent the ten-, nls. players are to be In vharge f qen. I'oyton'C. March. Chief Pf Ktaff, who b jTolnfj acrosa on official pusineas. Gen. ilarch h,ippens to bo' one of the moit enthusiastic of. tennU fans ajid Is perr tonally acquainted with most of the ladlpg plaers lp America- He was q-ite a, capablu player hlmtelf at one time. A small fortune in tennis racuuota ac- companien tno itavtB uup team. Tllden ioou twenty oi nia ravorne ronnia pats i , with him, Williams had fifteen and I llullcs -of lha Timer, ;hnton. and Garland a dozen each. Must be seated outside the ring close to Tha mon were not talking for publico- the tv.ng. tton. and refused to make any predlc- ,'! 'U In'1''" l,',?i,?rl "O f,!lf tlnns. it was evident, however, (hat 'mht mS they Kgan their trip confident that Ihey He shall provide blmielf wllh a wiils'.lo and hail more than an even chapco (if de- with a slop. watIi, wil,-h shall have been feallng all opponents In tho Davis Cup 'I,peJ,,i,"r,!I!!,Ilf c',lel, 10 c,ur,c!' iTEHHiiiwrtc. nnin iuruy aeM-ncii ulfl! " V livmn inno wv iicr'V' teHplMa beat the American team, which he consldere, as strong a any thr.t ever m s,0r T7T1TT? onrtctrTia rvn-cnv nn-arao fecdlhf; tp win In order to tie Beth lehetn for the lead In the National Foot ball League, Itoblns Dry Dock just fell shorty yesterdsy by playlnc a tie game with the FJrU- A. A tl-ve-n st C rk'i Field. In East .Vewcrk. theroby Jeavlns the stee rpakeva ono pont ahead. The final score was New Boxing Rules to Take Effect Under Walker Law Text of the International Sporting Club Code, Contain-( ing Wise Provisions Thorough With the ilirnlng of the Walker boxing possible contingency of n, boxing con- .est, and the enforcement of the code cannot fall to be of the greatest benefit to the sport. Not only do theso rules specify the vntlous violations common nmong box ers, but they name tho penalties to bo Inflicted on offenders,, Tho rules aro as follows! Wrights mid Classes, Junior flyweight 100 pounds Flyweight ,112 pounds ,11.1 pounds Junior bantamweight.. U.intnmu eight Junior featherweight,. Fenlhorwelght Junior llifhtw light. . , Llfihtwtlght Junior uelterweicht... Wellonvtlsht Mlddloweljht I.tflU heavynelcht... ., .....118 pounds 122 pounds 12.1 pounds 13V pounds IU pounds 110 pounds .....147 pounds 100 pounds 173 pounds lluavywcigni All rtver Kluht hours Previous la enterlnc tha rliir the two contestants shall be weighed on the club scales. In the preatnc of each other and an official of lha club, who shall sub mit to the referee over his own signature the weights of the boiers, Ofliclnls of Iluuts. Officials Shall consist at a reforce, two (2) Juilgw, a time keepjr, a director of bouts, an annoumir and a physician. The oklsf of filial of contests shall be th referee.'who shall- have gsneral supervlrlon over bouts and shall take his position In or, near vie ring. The referee shall, before starting a con test, as.ertain frm each centestant the name ot his chief second, and shall hold said .hie! second reeponrlble for the eonduct of hit assistant seconds during the progress of the contest. The referee shall before each bout call contestants together for final Instructions, nt uhlch time inch contestant shall tie occom panted bji his chief second only.' The princi pals after receiving Instructions shall shake hand; and retire to their corners. They shall not again shake hand' until the beginning ot the last round. No pertops othor than the contestants and the referee may enter the ring during the prepress of a round, The referee shall Inspect the bandage and Slovos and mak sure that no foreign sub stances have been applied to either the gloves or the bodies of tho bojera to the dMrlment of an opponent. 1'ovrer of Ileferee. (a) To cast the third vote In the event of the JuUces disagreeing. In which case the threo votes auall be of eejual value. In the event of two votes coinciding, thc reaull hall b ro determined. In the event of all votes dltagrielns, tha contest shall be de dated a draw. (b) To stop a bout or contest at any stage and make a decision If he conildv-ra It too onesided. (c) To stop a bout or contest If he con siders the competitors are not In earnest. In this case he may disqualify one or both contemni.'. (d) To disqualify a contestant who com mits A foul and to award decision to op ponent. Th referee shall not touch the contesting hoTers, except en the failure of one or both J"'e: The rcleree shall Immediately ills contestants tor obey the "break" command, nuallly a contestant who Is guilty of a de- When a contestant Is "down" th referee foeiato and wilful foul, and award the de shall at one commence tailing off the sec- clJlon to his opponent. It Is recommended ondi and indicating the count with u motion that n referee shall" not give more than one of tho arm. If the contestant falls tq arte wanilrg for an Intentional foul whb.'h is before the count of ten, thc referee shall 'kely iu Incapacitate an opponent, and that declare him the lerer. he shall disqualify the offender wllhout Should a eonleatant who Is "down" arise warning In i-asi of actual nur. In cases before the count of ten Is reached and aialn "J nn0,r. 'JV1"' rM' a" hitting with open go down intentionally, without being struck. (Move, clinching or prolonging contest afior the referee shall resume the count vvhete it warning ha been given by the referee, hi laft off. , hall have the power to dl.-ueallfy the of- Should a contestant leave ring during the i fender and to award the decfilor. to tho op one minute period between rounds and fall , ponent, to be in ring when gong rings to resume ... ... be.ilng. the referee ctmtl count him out, the Jumlier nnd Duration of Hounds. ame as If he were ' down e- . mam mere unui count t, rvimj i.e..... , fVS til hl hiTs so tlred fi VlHL h.h? i' .M nnartlons arlslnn cey.rcd by these rules. I Duties of tho Judges. Thc two JudRea shall be statlonod at op- txeilte a dei of i'.io ring. pmilC Silica l'l l.iu ... .... . ..u It sr.au i.o ipcw't juusr. io verv nn.ua or inc roui aeu .i iiinKe ic uvu.. ilon If tl.eeomeet lasts the limit of rounds Thty lhall he rady a,t all times. If re Quested by rferee. to assist In docldlng eree, io in uwim.uk i whether foul3 have been eomniltted. end may hrlne nnv other nolnts r points to ine nv.emion m t,u rr f.a . lhA end nf a round based ' The decisions ai in? juuse Kjlrio effect. I 2 Aggressiveness Is next In Importance, and relnH should bo awarded to the rc.n- ti stant Vvha iustnlni the ntl on of a round , b " the greatest number of skllfuUttn ' 3. Kfen-uS work Is relatively lmjin.tar.t anil polnu should be glvert far cleverly, avoiu- Ins or blc-.klng a blow. Se-cvrlncf nf Points. 4. Points should be awarded where ring generalship Is coni,leunu. This comprises a Ihn nhilltv In mlicklv KraD and lake advanlngn nf every opportunity of- fered. the rnpaclty to rope vvlth it a.pqs m itentlr.na which may arlve. to foresee gml iieutrotlie an opmnerfs m.tho.l of attack: to force nn opponent (0 adopt tv style of i,0,fg at vVhl?h Ho i not particularly skilful. v. i. n.ntanlilA t rli'mi?! ncinta wiin a eontestnr.t p-rsstniy ueiays iiiq anion phi ennfeit bv clinching and lack of affgresslvt, ticss, J- 0. rolnts should bo dfdgetrd for n foul, nen though It l unintentional and not nf a sorious enough nature to warrant iltiqualf-. 'V A foftcatant should be given credit for sportsmanlike actions In the ring, close M lierencc to the spirit as well as, tlie letter test falls to return immediately th." refer.. , Vo conlest shall t! , ailiwcln wS! h"-, .N'e.TorthereornerriTe! l"'!'".? :. .'.!" f?ur.dg. This KfYi; following P nt"' ' rn,J" !' ouallfled rhallengeVapirs. m- 1. A clean, fwef pi hit, landed on any vu!- " '! P1"1? ,b ' clrouin.Unees beyond ncrable rt of he b!y above the belt !S"V V Vi'1' .r"..,hi '''I?.8 nuy he ?....7...i hiViduirt in nn,i)Urtlon to Its dam-I -,.!?ade.l by the Hoard of ilox ng Control. ?' ihf T1"; '".' f2r?J,ISi,,1i,i,i-,f,ro.?.lr'JS Jvoune llIencI:Ucvar,l. thte JO-vear-oIil SoutH I ihr,:.l,va"mse f ",UlU0M U"Mr ""African player, whose rcmatkahle game nn opponent 8. In order every point s nnre.1 nfi tho it to arrivo a.t a true conclusion should bo carefully, observed and ie contest progresses, t.e decision Komi; io iiiw ijiiceain.., n.M .iins. ...v e..- est number of effective points regardleej of the number of rounds won or lost. When neither conlestgnt has a decided (e determined op po"l scowl and on a; 'grcsidrencs. Ten seconds before the beElnn ng ami end-; nim """K ."" ei n phllsilAltvli'a tnnle n nnln nn tb elvir ! fELV e "''t by .IK Af?rt I ?sct Ih? NH f I. jMTS'?jc0U, Winniexi terminating be- School eight h, XZmAt l ,'ratlon : of cmtesl. ,lnnou,,te, of u'et I'otomae II. C. of Wnshlngtpn nnd the Tl, announcer fsmi aimaare us raiOT of centeitants. their correct vto!7hts. the de- cl tons of the refereo and Judrej. and other matters as directed by luh cf.'ldats. Clubs shall provide preper faclllllej for announcing reunds. ' The director pf bovts shall be responsible ) bound from Loi-san, May 1.1. for t'ert Ar fer all I'elalls of the contest which do not thur, sent a Vlreleas message yesterday that came nndrr the Jurtidlotlon of tha olbar 1 rhe bad sooken tha British trial Vhcht ufflda . , He shall se that all pereasary enulpment i provided, that tie contestants ar ready en time, that tie re-ondj are properly In- strutted In Ihtlr duties, that Ihe. doctor's Sport Safeguarded in Manner. report ml the statsmrnt of welKhu are de liver! to the refercu, and. that all usula. dons pertaining to the proptr londuct of tlio bout are enforced, nules for Seconds. Shall be not more than threo In number. Tmy shall not roach principals durln the pri.tress of rounds. Kecondi mutt remain seated and silent dur ltf tounds, and slifcll not throw water on a principal or In any olher wny assist him, Fans shall be Ufo.l betuuen rounds, tha swinging of towels being prohibited, KeionJs shall not enlor tho ring until the tinier Inillcales the termination of a round, and aro prohibited from spruihm or force lully throwlnit wnter on a iimtcstant. See u.d shall leave rluK eiulosuiu at the tuund ut tlmiT's whistle ten eerundj before the uenliuilns of each round. They shall Ue, rlns platfoim and remove all nbsirutlous, buckets, stools, Ac, promptly hen tho eqiio sounds for the beginning of each round. Violations of tho above provision; shall ho followed by Ilia ejection of oflenders fioni the ilnx corner, and may result In the dis qualification of their principal by (ho ruferec. Iloxnrs to Itrnort Knrly. Cenleslanis shall report to the director of bouts In thu clubliousx al lenst tvvu hours Ltfoio enierlnit rln. Shall brtx In ptoper rltu costume, IncludlnK pmtvjllon uup, all 6f which shall be firmly adjusted previous to onteilnf the ring. The belt of trunks ihall not oilend above the vvaltlllne. No other apparel, excel)! as' above specified, hall be worn by boxers on cnloilng the inept a balhrobu. Oloves shall be adjusted In the rlnc under he supervision of the leferee, the la(s to it knuitwl on tho bark of the wrist, The use of grease or other substances which might handicap an opponent U pro hibited. , , Uandares shall he restricted to soft rloth not muro than 0 feet In leiiulh and Hi hunts In width, held in plaie by not mote " "R "01 ;p. . Mian i leu ot surgeon tape, or racn iiuuu r I'-ess UMimmos ennu ut 'ijh.wi drvailnie room under thu eve uf a club oft!1 clal and In the presence of both contestants, Shoes shall be of soft material and shall not be fitted with spikes, cleats, hard soles or hard hosts. When a Ilaser Is Dovtii. A contestant shall he deemed "down" wiien. la) Any part of his body other than his fvet In on the ring floor. (b) He is hanging helplessly over the ropts. ic) Rising frem "down" position. Note lb) : A bojor hanging over tho ropes Is not officially "down" until o pronounced by the referee, who inn count the boxer out either on ropes or on the floor. Note (c)' A contestant may go down through accident or weakness, but must rice Instantly. If he Is rent down by a blow he may remain clown until the count ot "nine" without being disqualified. Should a contestant glvo up tho contest during the Inteitnlsslon between rounds or fall to respond to the sound of the gong It shall be decided that he loses the contest by a knockout In the round previous. When a contestant's chief second considers tho chance of w inning hopeless he may sig nify his willingness to have the bout stopped by tossing a towel Into the ring. Npi-rlflrntlnn of Funis. 1. Hitting below the belt. 2. Hitting an oppenent who Is down or who Is getting up after bibie; down. 3 Holding an opponent or deliberately maintaining a clinch. 4. Holding nn uppoucnt ntih one ha'ld and hitting with Ihe other hand. 3. Hulling with tho head or shoulder or using the knee. 1 0. Illtt'ng with In'h'e or butt of tho hand, the wrist or the- elbow. 7. Hitting or "flicking" wllh the open glove. ! Wrestling or roughing at the ropes. 0. 1'urpoiely going down without Li-lug hit. 1(1. Stilkliig deliberately at that part of tha body ever the kldne. 11. The use of the pivot blow. 12. The use of abusive or profane lan guage. 13. The failure to obey the referee nr any pnysicai anions wiurn may injur" n con teMant. evcept hv fair sportsmanllko boxing. ,cavy and light hcavvweicht classes . A" h'i'ln--' Promoter"., referees. Judge, l,nr"' trainers, seconds and an cn Hho llH, ,,mi rom.c,ra hy a .ourt or competent Jurisdiction of a violation of thp act of Congress of May 19, 1017, known as the seiectfvo servl-e law, shall be en- i"ieii io cue nenem ot tneic ru es or pr- m Itect to ensnri. In nnu l.nn. n - in accordance herewith. ChAmiitunihlp Utiles. Any boxer wlnnln; a championship under ,u. i,:.,..., ii ..!.. " . . , , ;' "'-?."", 1 Kr" " ; .-.r -";, ..'-" "Si"' asalnst tile hot available cnnt,;-nloe ultl.l,, a Pf ricd f six months from the lime of wlv , i . , "1 n or sreuut no h 'V11? e,.m,lk'! ' required weight as sprl- "''' h" be for- 'yua to hl fhallener. No Challenge shall ho gvn eonsHc tailon unless made through n hoard of boxing con- " AeiomiJBiiie.! r,y n suitaui forfeit : guaranteeing tlio rlncciltv ,,r n, i,:i.,. j Coiriplalnls relatln; ta a contest, oontest Innls or officials may io made to (lie Hoard , nf fl.lxlnir Umlrol bv any .ontnslant or Itmn- n, , h nff uonlrol tie Que .,.fu..nn, .... laser concerned, or by e.i.y official connected ' wim a cum or rontcst j 1 Till 10 rillFS lll.1V fmm tlina tn llm. I.. I amended, rs tit" ceimr.iltte ',f rules, weights ' nw. 11,11 uam auvtsabic. I ' - , ON PAHIS TENIHS COTTRTJ? I v' f"""W tJUUIHO. linni-rt nn.l l.nurrntr. Avin tJl 1 . . , uonnipsj ikiiiiiiioikIiIii. (u,uiun i mi iii nDDiy io nosers in leo in,n . HinH i i9 r. nnd morrATter eevrv Liv VaRta, May 33. Andre H. riouertlt'pper Jfontclalr Country Cub links. In nnd William H. I-aurentz to-day won the I which fie and Wlltlp Ilrald, the Upper International men's doubles tennis chain-' Montclalr professional, met William plonshlp in straight rets. Tho gears i Itotklo nnd S St. Harding. Trovers cov was 6-T-4, 0 A 61. Their opponents , oroj the ighteen boles In 72. while were Nicholas Miahn nf tinman i, n,i TtnoVhv linil a 74. Urn lil n 79. nnd Hard- j has caused Ihe uxnerts to consider him ; ps n puEalUlllty lor coming events In tennis. T ,l. . , , In tho women a games Miss Holman, I Hrltlah. wen the finals In the ladle-s' l rhsmplonohtp singles from Senorlta Huberann In straight rets, B 0, 7 !i .vime. Homing anri i. r.turentz. France won tl,o nvlxed double, cham- ! lionBhla (y default. MHft Amb art! : wan injuTt'u ana unniiie io piay vin uer ! J'lAltllSJS, SUSA 41,1113, narttiAF i i i i,a.wis i HAItI,i:il HROATTA TO-II.W, AH thc out of town crews which will take part In the Harlem tesatta this nftornoon arrived nt" fullers' How ,yes- terday The Central High School crew , t-iinoMeipnia cre.w were also ?en on (ho snredwav courro ! 1 Bpfpu"ay caureP- ... ..... .,' I THIAI. YA( UT Stl I T!m nrlltsli sfremrh! srtiKnv AT SKA. The British sftemcht? Brltlih ' Marqa!-. ; Shamrock V. on May 2H, at 8:43 I'. In .tailtinle 3.1 dew;, fl mln. north, loneltudc rfl dcr. 17 mln west, The jacht slsnalled . (hat she whhed to be reported to "The Sun 1 I amt Sew York Herald." Miss Zinderstcin Calls Off Trip I T becamo known yestorday that Mis Zinderstcin of lloaton, who hod wronged to lenvo with tho Davis cup team on Mrty 29 originally, has decided to call off hor trip to England, where she whm to lmvo mndo n bid for tho women'H llrltlHh tennis clmmplonahlji at Wlmhlodon. Tho llnnton girl believes that thf Into trip would deprive her of nil opportunity for practice In Eng land before entering tho cham pionship, nnd tinder (hose clrcum Htancea dorm not fed that nho could do herself Justice. GOLFERS PLAY FOR TITLES THIS WEEK New Jersey and Westchester Meets on Card. ii y Kintii . i'htiui;. After a rathrr iloiv bcKlnnln?, duo more to the backward weather than any larlc of enthusiasm im tho part of tho llnksmen, tho golf season nt Inst has arrived nt the upot whore tho champion ship tournaments lurk. Two events) of that nature aro down for cuttlcment this week, the New Jerroy nnd tho West oliestor, and from now on for several weeks It will be ono continuous perform ance for tho title hunters. Hoth irventB on the calendar for the week beulu on Thursday, the Woetchester County A foelutlon evept at DunwooJIe Country Club and tho New Jersey State Ascocla Hon msctlnt; over the couro of tho Ar eola Country Club. For the gallery It will be n case of do cleiiTifT between u State and a county chamrlenBhlp Had It not" been for tho recent team match between the rival or vtanliatlons at Kimlewood It mUtht hove been thought that most of the talent which will turn out for the two events would bo furnished by Now Jorsey. How ever, It has been phnwn conclusively that If New Jerney still is a little bit ahead of Westchester, tho distance la nothing to boast about, nnd whether tho enthusiast happens to turn up at Dun woodlo or Areola, ho or she Is certain to bio Btilf that may Instruct nnd surely will Interest. Dunwnodlc Country Club Is making no effort to hldo Itti delight at being honored by the Westchester tlolf Association. In a notice beurlng on the tournament It reminds Its membeiR that for the three dayd, beginning Thursday, the course lelnnga not to a club but to nn associa tion. "nunwoodh' members not partl-lpatlnfl In thl chin-, .onshlp will have no rights, nnd must stop play Immediately the vis iting contestants coiminto. sight," rcids thc notice. "Dunwoodln has no: been honored with o important an event In years, and the Impression must be lott In the metropolitan district that our club knows how tn conduct such a contest. Volunteer at once the use of your lock er.", so the visitors may be taken enro of pioperly. .'.very Dumvoodle locker will be needed. Iiunvvooilie Is on trial this week, and so ii every member. Let's eoir.c through." ThntV the spirit. While no such no tice bearing the Arrola errst has been seen, this oluli also is certain to do tho honors royally and to leave no stono un turned to make It pleasant for the Jer-K-yltea and to send the contestants homo fecllns that t!ey have had the best time and tho best tournament since their as sociation was organised,' Just twenty j earsi ago. Tli" 1920 tburnainont season ot tho Yotmtakah Country Club, nt Nutley. N. J., will open to-day with three event? In the morning there will be an eighteen bolo medal play hunJlc.ip, tho best six teen scores to qualify for the Club Han dicap trophy, while In tho afternoon th jr." will be a mixed foursome andn ,our ball mttih. Tho Yountnkah course is in exceptionally One condition for th !eion of th year. It has been open to p ay elnco April, and nil the regular trteens aro In use. This is somcthlni? Shnrknmtixou Tnrna Tallies. Turnlrr tables :.i Hie singles after they had been defeated In the best ball matches by 11 to 0. thc golfers of the S'larkamjxon Country Club yesterday defeated the representatives of thc Rich mond County Country Club on the Slinckamaxon llnUo by a acore of 21 points to IS. by tha Nass.iu system. Shnchnmaxon took the singles by 13 to 7. The summary : lU-t llnll-SWkamaxon Pat O'Hara and C Willis, n. W. !:. lionohuo nnd II. C lucbnnan. 0, XI Townsend ape) J. Turner, 0; II. C 1'nlnf and W. I'. Taylor. 3. K Dtinder and M. Mercy, 3; A. Jones and W. Mehl, 0. Total. 0 Hirhmo-d County (leorge Kotheringham ai d w. S Van Cllef, .1. A. L. Walker. Jr.. n-,d II. Miller .lonei. .1; W. 0. Von Cllef and ilcprge Wnrthley. 0; It. Waller and . WII 0: P. K. 1'rlMH nnd A. L. Walker, Sr., 0: A. Montgomery and J. W. Pu Bol. 3. ainpl" .Sl'ncknmaxon-niicliatvtn. Os Dono hue, 1 . Town-tend, 0. Turner, Si Willis, 2; ltnlnl, " Taylor, n, Iiundar, 0; Siorey, 0: Jon-. 3, Mehl, 3. Total, IS. Orand lotnlJCl. Cotinly Walker, Jr.. Is Miller .Ion-'. 0. W C. Von Cef. 3: Wnrthley, 0; V. H Van filer, a. wafer, n. vvucox Prion-, 0 Walker, Sr.. I; MimHoniery, Da Rols, 0 T.dal, 7 (lrand tqtal. 18.' low oamIiyTbaters. 0. Kermer Chnmiilon Spores T- In I'liper Sliint.ilalr Mnlrh. Spcrltil fe Tttf Sl'N Mi Npvv Tori: IIbtvip. MoSTCL.vin, N. X. May 30. Jeroma D. ' Te-.,-oro ornirlv nnon rhfimnlnn nnil four times holder of the national ama- TPtir iiiio. hah cut. luvt euii.e in ii iuui ... ' ,t9irm1 lo-etav em the Intr on M Tho initch finished a square. Tho ben ball cards: Trr-vcr. ar.d Braid- Cm I 3 a 5 4 3 In : 3 t 3 S U .I 3 4-3W1 Itceklo nnd I larding Out 4 4 4 3 4 4 S 3 4-,'f. I 4 4 4 4 4 3 0 3 4-30-71 x MU1PI,K STATUS RKOATTA HKItl'.. I'HILATIKI.PIIIA, Jlay ,m.-The Middle Si?H,!r5u WT th? M niir. New York. LnUor Day. n, ladelDhla wft rinarr i t r nuduo j THE TURF. j RTJJRF BEAUTIF'UL LSVSONT PARK AIHERICA'5 PREMIER RACE COURSE DECORATION DAY FEATURES $7r00 Juvenile Stakes $2,500 Toboggan Handicap A 2-iyiiIo Stceplochass Hempstead Handicap AND a Oritr.lt HOI inAV ATTRArTIONS He1nnlns at Jt30 P. M. SPECIAL, HACK TRAIKS FOP. I)ECUllATIONnAY ONLY. I.oave Fennsylvonli I !30, 13 si.-, 1:00, later. I'M New Yi I.oave Pennsylvonli Station, Sid 8t. and , 1 ii.v, i nm, i :w, nrk U minutes later. Kfvrei Tralns.l I'mw also rearneet ny trolley. OPi.VIl HT.4 V A V I uinOCK. 3-Ti, Inrltirllnx war tax. I.ADir.H. Sl.ni HIGH LIGHTS AM SHADOWS VfV ALL SPHERES OF SPORT Br U AN 1131,. CapvrlQM, 1920, &y rne,flun-cralcl Corpotiilloti. WE do not remember that tlio Intorcollcglate trunk and field champion Ri.in over devoloued a closer battlo for team honors ami a more VV n,.nrmv ponent aet of - ' ,, i.i cntranta is rur aunve mo ordinary. which wnu held nt Franklin Field, last Saturday afternoon. l'em)syinnia Tl0 fninou. Toboggan Handicap for nnd Princeton had It out In a nip nnd tuck strUtfglo which Htartod with three-ycar-olds and upward at hIx fur- , ' . , t m i I ,v, r(ft. ti,n io vard1 0l,cs and the Juvenl e for younsHert tho first event and was not decided until tho final .contest, tho .-u va; flvo furlon(rs ftr. tn. tw.uvt. ln dash, liatl been settled. As matters turned out I'cnnsylvVnln, with n total th(..0 fl(teen candidates for chtiiiplon- of 30 Vt points, won tho lltlo by a margin of only ono and n half points a,i,, j,0norj aro entered, over tho Tigers. The Quakers owed their Miccesa tn tho fact that they i jn tho Toltoggan eight of tho best had tho edge on Princeton In tlio field events. It was tho closest contest hvvtolm In training aro named to start or the tenm honors lh seventeen years. Hack m 1903 Ynlo won tho chm-; Vrnon, hem ar """'J 't plnnshlp w.,.a total of 41 points and Harvard wiuh ,W Vn r ecc n t ' ton" h I la ti . I l"n p H f f n wi tlf 12 3 1910 Pcnn won with !!7V4 and Ynlo was second with two lew n recent g undoubtedly will be the fa years thcro had been a tendency for the winner to come-throui,ii W I Vorlti-. He has been working well since very safo margin. It was left for Satnrdny's nicotinic to stnrt anow, woj,)fl i.llimonok and a host of horsemen hope, tho custom of huvInK the Issue finely drawn. I say that no horse In the country can ' ... . . . ii mi. Is 1.n.l elunn II a i s . a i.. at 1. UUl ....... It was nothing new ror Pennsylvania io win tno imc n mm ' on eight provlpus occasions. Hut for Princeton the sensation would have been practically a now one. The Tigers won tho first Intercollegiate cham pionships, held ut tho old Mntt Haven grounds in Tho llronx bank In 1876, and they havo not won tho title athletes finished even second. And to meet tho OJcford-Cambrltlgo team, the laurels. Hut It was not to he. Pennsylvania's victory put it en even terms with Cornell and lale In thu matter of Jntcrrol!enlato championships, Kacli has won nlno of them In tho forty-four meetlnt'd of tho InlcrcolloKlato Association. Harvard lends the pack with thirteen, and It has not been uhle o puss that hoodoo number Flnco It nttalned It In leOD. It was quite a come down for Cornell tn place only fourth after having won the title five years In a row. Hardy perennials are bad in any sport. Wo hato to reo Cornell go.-but we like to see a new champion come. Performances Were t.rcut Nearly All the Wny Through. While Karl J. Thompson's 14 2-5 seconds In tho 120 high hurdles was the only record wrecking performance of tho Intercollegiate.-, let It not bo understood that the meet waa devoid ot features almost on a par with that stunt. There was nothing ordinary about the hurdling of W. H. Wells nf Stanford In the 220 yard event, which ho won In close to record time. Nor waa thc 21 4-5 seconds of It, B. Ilrown of Princeton in tho furlong sprint to he styscied nt. It Is trua that Enr Kby's 1:08 for the half nnd M. L. Shlelds's 4:22 2-G for the mile were not nar tho Intercollegiate marks, hut wo know that both pf these athlotcs can do about three seconds bottor. It was peculiar that they should havo fallen behind their best work whllo nearly nil of the other winners outdid themselves. Brown's 10 1-5 seconds for the 10f yard dash was nothing remarkable. Thcro Is no doubt that In tho hundred the Tlgfr would have been beaten If M. M. Kerksoy of Stanford had not Injured n leg In tho trials of the furlong the day before and had not been shut out In tho scml-ilnals of tho "century." Kerksey muld have done nt least ovens. J. A. Ia Coney of Lafayette, anothor 10 second man, was disqualified at thc eleventh hour. Tho two mile turned n by II. II. Brown of Williams, n "sneaker," was among the surprises of the meet. California flashed a great quarter mller In the person of 0. O. Hendrlxson, who turned in 48 2-5 seennda and gave tho Improsslon that he can do n lot better. There's an Olympian, No question about It, The trainers and other experts paid a lot of attention to John Merchant of California. Lawson Robertson, tho Pinn coaoh, Is of tho opinion that Merchant is ono of the greatest all arouv.d performers he yet has seen. Mer chant won the hammer throw with a heave of close to 100 feet, and then dipped' over to the Jumping pit, where his 23 feet U Inch gave him fifth place. Merchant's Jumplnif form is splondld. If he gave up throwing tho hummer and devoted himself to tho broad Jump wo have the impression Hint ho could come very closo tn 25 feet. Man o' War Creole! Horse of the Age. All are singing the praises of Man o' War. .The greatest horse in tho annals uf the turf, sny the trainers. Tho most spirited, beautiful, "thor oughbreddy" animal which they yet have seen, say the women. A rare cue and no mistake, evys the Mun In thn Street. All of which combines to glvo the Impression hut If there ever was n greater three-yoor-old In this country he was not sent to the races. We do not know how great M,in o' War will prove In his four-year-old form and Inter on. Wo do not know If his get will inherit his speed and stamina. There is enough evidence to make it possible to predict tho greatest things for him. But we do know right now that It Is uselers to talk about a greater three-year-old or one Just as great. Before Man o' War went out and did tho Withers mile In 1:35 4-5 under 118 pounds lust Saturday mtn llkcdito talk of the great Colin. Figures do not always tell the triith.Utit they are Interesting. When Colin won the Withers In 1 90S At Belmont Park he carried 120 pounds nnd his time was 1:41. He had far better" opposition than Man o' War got. It is unfortunate that Johnny Loftus's error last season resulted In a defeit for Man o' War at Saratoga. Otherwise we could hope for that rarest of rarities an unbeaten horse. Some of the men who held a watch on Man o War on Saturday aald that ho had done belter than 1:35 qlccr to 1:31'. It Is evident that we have another speed marvel who is likely to make learner's world's record fall by tho wayside, and make tho old standard set by Snlvntor. on a straight f.vay vvli'h special pneo from two others, look like a bark number Indeed. TEAM PEIZE FOR SWEDES. With a total of 16 points, athletes rep resenting tho Swedish-American A. C nnnuxed tltulnr team honors In the an nual spring championship field and traclt meet of the Scandinavian. Athletic League at Ulmir Park yesterday. The a'Brefate number of po.lnts credited to the winning aggregation exceeded that of their nearest rivals of the Finish American A. C. by 0. The men whose fine performance mndo posslblo the vic tory of the Swedish-Americans wero B. Sandqulst. the sprinter H, Vlckstrom, the hurdler; O. Anderson, the fjuartor mller. and J. Wiberg. tho distance run ner, each or whom earned first priio In competition at his favorite pastime. The Mjinmarles: 100 Yard Dash-Won by H. Sapilqillst, Swedish, American A. C ; II. Btamberir, Hwcdlsh American A. C second; O. Ander--on, rbvedlsl' American A. 0 third. Time, 1(1 4-5 secondl. 120 Yard lllsh Hurdli Ilace Wot by It. VlfliJtroni, riuetUsh Amriican A. Q. . II. HlntnbrrB. Swedish American A. C , second. .1. Wilier. Swedish Amorlcsn A, C, third. Titnii, 18 3-". seconds. 410 Yard Hun-Won by O. Anderson. 8we.l Uh Amotlcan A. 0.; II. HaudquUI, Hwedlsh Ametloan A, 0., second I A. Anlew, Swedish American A. 0 third. Tlne. S7 4-4 eccoiida. One Mile ltun-.Wou by J. Wipers, Swcdl.h merican A, 0.; J. Larstn, Sivedlsh Ameri can A. tV eecor.di U. Johnson, Swedish American A, O., third. Time, 3:10 3-3. Throwing the UUcm-Won by V. Maki, Finnish American A- 0., with W fet Inches; K, Krlckson, Swedish American A. C. 10,1 feet B'i Inch03, recond; A. Johnson, HvveilUli American A- C . feet 7 Inches. inn'tlns 12 Pound Shot-Won by V. Makl, Finnish American A. C . with 40 feet 10't Indies; V. MbIsI. Finnish American A. C . 4 fett .1 incites, recond. A. Johilson, ?Hed Uh American A. C.. 3D feet H, Inches, third. Uumilng- IIIh Jump-Won by I. Sancoion, Swedish A. C. Hridofport, Cenn., wlUi r. feet 2 Inches; Y. Makl, Finnish American A ft., r. feet 1 Inch, second; II. Stnmberg, Swedish American A. C, 3 feet; third. Kunnlng Hop. Step and Jump Won by I. Sa'nccson, Swedish A. C. Bridgeport. Conn., with 40 feet OH Inches: 11. Stampers, Swed ish American A. Q., 40 feet h!i inches, seo nnd, II. Sandnulat. Swedish Ametlcan A. C, 37 feet 8 Inches, third. Point Score Swedlrli American A, 40 points; Finnish American A. r., Id, Swedish, A. t. or urldgeport, uapn., to. HANIH5A1.I. niAMVION OF COAST. I.OS ANOIH.na. Cal., May SO.-Max Hold. Los Ane;cha Athletic Club, yesterday won the A. A. V National handball similes cham pionship, tlefeatlns (lenrRB Klawllter of the. fame club In two stralxht samcs, 217 and 51 4, in the finals of the tournament which has been In prniress for the last week. 7th Ave... and !) Flatbuah Ave., BrooVIm, i taa r. M. rrom nostranet Ave. a reinuten Knectal Car lleserved for Ladles on all nerformanceB than did tho meeting since. Not since iw nau uu , " . In this, tho year of their going abroad tney wero more uiun miAiuun cu FlUKI TWICE VICTOR. Charted J'lurl, the star ntlilote of Xuvler I'rep School, scored a double vic tory in tho Vau'lst Athletic Club mem bers tames Rt Macomb's Dam Pari: yesterday afternoon. Plurl. wllb a ban-d:.-ap of four yards, romped away with the 100 yard daoh, and with an advan tage of six yards managed to et home first In the 2?) yard dash. Georso Hen ken, who ran from rcratch In bqth races, finished In, second place In each event. The summaries: 100 Yard Dash (Iandcaii)-Won by Charles Flitrl t4 yards) ; fieorgc Tlcnken (seratcli), vcor.il. A. Ilico (S yardsi, third. Tim, IP 3-3 seconds. 220 Yard Hash (Handlcapl-Won by Charlea Flurl fl yards); llenree llenken (Fcratch), eecond; John Kleley (s'cratchl, third. Time, 22 3-3 reoonds. 300 Yard ltun for Novices (Scratch) Won by Pouslas P'.hllff; M. 6'Ilrlen. second; A. Iiosco, third. Time. 31 xeconds. 41ft Yard ltun (Handicap! Won by 1M ward ltank (10 vunlni, Edward Haunt (cratch), second; I'. O'Connor (1.1 yards), third. Time, :,2 seconds. Thite-Quarters Mile Run (Handlcari) Won bv Tstrlck riynn (scratch): A Hullo (100 yards), second V O'Cunnor (100 yards), third. Time, 3:22. Two Mile r.un (Handicap) Woo by Al ltulnehnwh (scratch) , John Coslello (7" yanlsi, second William Schtppel (250 vanle). third Time, 10 03. Our Price j Are 10 ta 25 less THAN IHIO.VmVAi VitH l ON HIGH CLASS USED CARS Ami Our Factory and Pen ice Miens Insure Hotter slues er.it fiailsfsctlcp. JandorJ Automobile Co., Established in 1S99. T.lepbnne. Circle ?47fl. NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESSES AUTO DKl'AHTMKNT. 235-237 W. 50th St., near B'way TIUK DEl'AltTMENT 1601 Broadway, Corner 53d St. Brooklyn Tire Brunch. 13S1 BcVirord A v. AUTOMOBILE AUCTION" Van Tassell & Kearney (KttahlUhril ISO) 126-128 East 13th St. Torriorrow, Tuesday, June 1 AT 13 OT! OCK XilON. THIS SAM! 1V1M. l'OSjrill.K A OHKAT MVY I'l.KASl IIK AMI t Aitx. T1IK I'lllH'KUTY U" nirTKUENT! rONSK..M)i:S, ' L. R. DUNKLEY, Atirtfoncer Norton W. Spitii Go. 19 West 44th S!. 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In Touch Me Not Mrs. rayno Whitney probably has as fast a colt as there is in the country. But ho Is erratic and a bad actor at tho post. If he gets It Into his head tn break with his field nnd run kindly he probably will be ro- turned the winner. Hut if n inns- iry tter. Wireless. Sedgellold or Step Lightly are likely to lead him home, Old Ilosebud snowed in nm race iwei week that he has now reached a Place among the top notch sprinters. He Is onked to shoulder only 113 pounds, and a repetition of his last raco will come mighty close to earning him a part of tho purse, Belmont's Indexed Entries l.'lrst nace Threc-year-olds nnd upward; the Hempstead Handicap! selling! six fur- luncas main couree Index. . C7U r.lcti'd II ,",30 Italco .... I'Htt i'narl . VVt ! Index, Wt. . n.Matsii ncKwicK ....in . 0." SCO Vouneed f!7 .lull War Marvel.. It tin! ",10.1 Tnltli! IX! 244" Manocvre ran i'VTnee of C.IOrtl I7d lion Tromp..l07 TKiT Heater... II"! "TO v'l O'liian. .100 tS2, 1 NiRl "tick ..U5I IMPrmfm-ent V...m Sucoud llaco-rVur-year-oldJ and upward! sleeilli-chase; about two miles, irdeY Wt.llndex. - Wt. liiOCX. , ,.0 Doublet 147 S33t Itellance ....1401 SM Hurt Qu.en...l3S "io Tcl-ivu .. .14- Porcrls n. "r.l Fvnlarya ...131 III I Jack of R....1X1 jni i.ariocner....... SIS' Wlsc't Tool ISW Third Ilace Two-yti five furious"; MrjlKh index. Wt; IV. nicomliii-'ton.ll-'l SIS' VVIse't !?olIMl ,...,.... nm l.rl,M-kr. . . l.ei 1UJ unesier -ivvu.ixi Third iiace i ivu-i. A.-uniB, inc u,v,i, 11 euue?r. Index. Wt. 341' Htcp Mchtly..llJ 1332) Tryeter 11.1 - Wireless ....112 f!" I.'nlelit nf 11.11 - ltedeeflcld.. 11", 't'oiirth Pact 'flu re-year-olds and upward; the TobesKan lionnicapi junoiisai r,rnl2ht course. Rim Aud.icioiii ..IIP 330 KrjH-er lln f'70l nunbo'r,e...l21l - Valor 11.1 N!nturnllt...l20 nffili l.lon d'Or....I0l (,1?0) Old no.-ebud.ll.il 101 Motor Cop. ..128 rifth Itacc Four-year-olds and upward; claiming'. s ,A " lt!"nth. Indei Wt Index. Wt. "fit Prim III... M 27t HMIfht III. ..11.1 "nts Chasseur 113 337 Veteran 113 II Keho ....... IfOl 2H John I. Uay..lll Btxtli Ilace Two-year-olds; rnntdens; four and a unit iunoi'; Bnie". u....-( Index. ' Wt.: 3T.S Ourjllng W.113 The Fvyell. . .11' 329" Pry Moen. . .US V Itemus. ..IIS Pediefield ..IIS Index. Wt. ...nr. ...li.i ...us ...Hi 311 Moody . Musy ... 32d llntutal 332 Normal 2C,n llv Jove. in 249 lSjlbann ....11 320 Turnabout ..11: Five tccuncls allowance) claimed. 7rN PREMIER no touch of luxury, con venience or comfort has been overlooked. Note here the open ventilating valve, the little dormer dash lights on the cowl, two spotlights and double clear vision windshield construction. A. G. Kaufmann Motor Car Corp. lilt) Droadwai at Sltlt street. I'bone Circle stiX). Donahue Mater t'urp., Iteilford At. & Fulton St.,tlkljn.,lllvt's. Ky- 1H S MUMnillM t WITH FREM "Some Day I'll Own a Pierce Arrow!" This is almost an every day expression among those who appreciate and want thc best, in a motor car. Our business consists exclusively of used Pierce Arrows, late models only, every one carefully selected, and some with less than 5,000 miles of service! All have the appearance of new, and arc jruaranteed without qualification for six months. Call to-day select the model you like and drive it home tonight at the cost of a moderate priced new carl P TETLCE r ARROW Used Oar 1 D ROADWAY w&3 TFItn YACHT BASIN REACHES CPP FINAltj j Ship Builders Blank Visitct- tion Team, 6 to 0. Thnnlts to n 0 0 defeat of h Vtaltft tlpn soccer eleven at Todd. Field In IlrooklTi yesterday, the team represent. Ing Tebo Yucht Basin went through to the final round of the annual competl- i tlon of the Royal Nestor Cup. Through out most of tho llrst half tho Visitations I hold their own well and wero not scored j against until tho last minute of play, j When Mitchell, from a pass by PuxtVi found the net. Tha openlnK oloy of ho J second half yielded another for Tebo, a y double pass by O'Donnell nnd Mitchell, ! ......... .1,. nninlnte Rnlttnl RllVeil n. t.enultv kick for the Tebos. after which" A- Mitchell scoreu again, irurn-i v.is.., aliot two goals In rapid succession and Mltchell scored tho sixth and last. The, winner will meet Astoria In the final, next Hunday. Tho lineup: Tebo V. II. () Positions. Visitation 10). 4 Hpl.tBl. . . ... . . . ..-., ,. " " ' ' ViSSSS ' "" ' ' ' ' V: .Veu':. . .MurtittU. a4i back.. nne, i , iialiacucr. ,,ltlht half.. repper- Houcti ' lAwrenceson' Bloatv'-, Meadoweroft. J. Kely i..ir.,,n centre nan-. Iiurnry l'"'l half... llorsley Outside rlsht., IK ineldo right. Mitchell. v5n!7:.v" iiciitiiey .uii"p V. Keny if Don,,; II. Out. de left.. . -"X. Ileferce, v. mou. iu.jii. lAKher and Thompson. Ooa . M"."''''.' i Harney (2). l'unty, Tebo Yacht Hasln. Time, . halves of 45 minutes. -. . ,.,tv-V ASTOItIA tvtitt r.nn ce.u.i'. The Astntla Kootball Club nualllled for the ... ..... iiv.i N'.stoe Cuo competition. yesterday by Inning asalnst the White llose. ioccer eleven by the Bcoro of I goals to 1 5t Todd l l'l'l I'rooklyn. Held of Astoria "as t o first to score, off a pass by teores, ind Kay added two more before ha If time. In II o secohd half Kay found the Vl tatloii tvvlce and then Crann scored lor Visitation. Orors put through the last goal for tha winners, Prices won't escape dis- : cussion even on a Holiday! add I i v i n,rn.n fiT 1 1 , r i . t riiru say about ours. Men's suits. Plenty at" $50 and $60. Boys' Norfolks$is up. Closed To-day. v Rogers Peet Company ; Broadway at 1.3th St. Broadway at Warren Broadvay. at 34th St. "Four Convenient Corners" Fifth Ave,, at 41st St- MACHtT.C OtAS. IMlST Cxahanno NEW Trull. ) "s" r