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ft A. Gardner of Chicago and Cyrd Tolley, Oxford, Will Contest Thirty-six Hole British Golf Final at Muirfield ,
i R.A
Defeats lion. Mcliad Scott in
Scmi-FJpl Hound on
31 airfield Links.
CliiciiRoan AViiis From Gordon
Loclchnrt hy 1 Up in ,
Sixth Hound.
Ml'lRflKtu, Scotlnnd, Juno 10 Hubert
A. Gardner of Chlcnco miflvr-il tho
sixth round unJ tho semi-final round o;mInod offort mad6 hy ft BeIcct olrcle of
u n. ui.i. nm.iiAiif fnlf vimn'.onshll) i ..i. , . .....
to-day, and In the llnnl mill mic. Cyril
Tolley of tho Oxford univormy team
After winning Ids match with Gordon
Lockliart of lretwlck this mornlni? by
a scoro of 1 up Ourdner plnycl with
the Hon. Michael Bcott or the lloyal at.
George's Club, and curnsd lil'i oppor
tunity to contend for the championship
h( nor;,
Scott won the first hole of Ihc semi
final round and Gardner k'Unrcl It at
ll.i. i,eeoiid. Thereafter tho American
was never down, nlthough ho never led
t' l.'iic than one hole ynlll the ''ash.
H- vnx trapped on a four ore m'on H
Invmlnbly tnadq a brillhvit romviry.
rtectt, whoso play wan p.i';hy. I an
Ens.Wi International playvr, ilio lini
been open and nmateur champion of
Australia, amateur champbn of i-'ni'ic,
and was first amateur in tho lliltiih
epiin cidmplonshlp Plgnt vol's ago.
Tolley played a brilliant gamo against
Gordon Simpson to-day, showing fine
Judgment and winning comfortably on
the sixteenth green. In the Beml-flnal
ho had still an easier victory.
Tho cards read:
fiardner, out.. I 4 4 4 3 I 3 3
lAcknart, out. :i 4 i r ii 4 ;t n
flardner. In... 3 3 5 I 3 4 5 4
Lockhart. In.. 5 4 B 5 t. 3 U 4
ft .111
,T40 78
3 10 "!
Out 3 I ft n n 3 4
In ft 5 ."i t I I & 4
,out 2 ft n r. n :i ft
In I ft II t 3 Ii ft 4
ft 3!)
ft 11
Enthusiasm ocr the play of Gardner
Is displayed by tho London Tfmrs. His
match with Lockhart Is described aB the
best match of the day. "Heeausc of tho
wonderful dramatic finish the match was
greeted with tempestuous applauao bv
tho largo Scottish gallery."
Tho final round, comments the Times,
will be extraordinarily Interesting, with
Gardner a decided favorite. His oppo
nent, Tolley, Is looked upon as having
the makings of an open champion, as he
displayed flno Judgment throughout the
tournament. Hut Gardner, It Is pointed
out, has nge and experience on his side.
If Gardner wins, the newspaper says. It
would be Impossible to think of any In
vader whose vlctoiy would give half so
much pleasure.
Defeat Mitchell and Duncan
for Purse.
Crotdon, England, June 10. Walter
Hagen and Jim Dames, tho American
professionals, defeated George Duncan
and Abe Mitchell In a golf match on
' tho Eddlngton course of thirty-six boles
for a Htnko of t00 to-day by 3 up and
2 to play.
A crowd of spme 500 persons, Includ
ing many golf professionals anil univer
sity players, had assembled nn hour be
fore the time for the match. The
weather at the outset was fine, but a
rain set In an hour after tho players
had started out.
Tho chief feature of the Americans'
play wps the steady, sound golf they dis
played. T.iere was nothing spectacular
abMit tN.ili- work, but they missed no Worthlngton had taken a lot cut of hlm
reanonibio putt, and although they were 'self In his match' against Harry K. D.
three Jomi at the turn their .steadiness
served them Sufficiently to tiring them
to the front by one hole at tho clgh- QUAKER WOMEN
.unon pVuvrt to the topof his form, flOJ FFRS IN F1NAJ
Vndanco increased considerably, nnd liLZ.rcnO liV TliVli,
,-r4 American pair continued In fine
form. Hoth Hagen nnd Humes drovo
exceedingly long balls, keeping very
straight on the line. Tho putting of
Barnes nt times was declared by many
experts to bo marvellous, while Hngen's
piny on tho greens was not sp good.
Duncan played on the top of his form, I
but Mitchell failed to play up to his ,
aesi game, following are me cards for
the match:
llasn-Rames Out
4 ft :i & ft
Duncan-Mitchell Out
4 3 4 4
3 4 3 4 1 4
Hagen-Darius tn
4 3 1 3 4 4
Duncan-Mitchell In
I 3 4 1 ft I
4 3
I ft-3R-7l
llaBfn-Ilarnes-Out.... 3 ft 3 t 4 4 3 4 4-.",4 ! i
iniman-jiitrnfii uut. . ;i r 1 1 a 4 3 4
'J'ajin-Ilanws In 13 12 ft 4 4
I'unuui Mltdiell-ln 4 3 ft 3 I 14
Pnt O'JIurn Scoren J-IT on Atlnntli
City Muka.
ijirrial M Tun Kin mi b Yosk 11kui.ii.
AiuiTi,. Pin- v r r in ;..
O'Hara. the Irish champion and p'rofes- j
slonal o.t,thc h;hackamaxon Club, led the
flclif to-day In the first round of the
medal play In the open championship of
the Golf Association of Philadelphia on ;
wie units oi win Lomury iiun or At'
lantlc City at Northfleld.
O Hara returned a highly creditable
score of 147 for the thirty-six holes In
' tho face of a Bad wind. Jte went out In
the morning with a 3?and mado the
Inl.rnA.. In n.ltl. L - ,T I
JUUIl.iy III mill tuu o.ium itKUIt?. lie
was In better form In his second round.
scoring a flno 71. i
r i t?.i , i
u.ku l ruuiHiBiMui ui iiicninomi ,
v.uiiuij' vuuiuiy v.iuu oi oimen ismnti i
was second with 149,
x Pat O'Hara, Shackamaxon, 7rt. 71147: G.
L. Fotherlngham, Richmond County. 72. 77
119: C. W. Ilaekneir. Arlnnll rMtv tr.
1-.0. t.'wm fnVT 1........ i
!J. rivi! M M.i.ii i'imi.i. m t"
1.12: Carl Anderson. Hroimllte. 70. 73-lft
Tom McNamara, Slwanoy. 77. 70 133; Wll
'rid Reld, Wilmington, 70. 77 Ift3: John
Golden. Tuxedo, 70, ".V-irw". j. u, Thomp-
-mi. Philadelphia Country 70, 70-lftft; C. W.
lloffner. Philamonl. 70. 77-lftil; Pat Doyle. I
Peal, 7S. 7-13n: Maurice Rlsley, Atlantl.'
City. 77. SO-137: Andy Campbell, Sprlnf-
itaven. ni, i !..; jkik .mnppeii, uin ok
Road. 78. 81 ISO; Puncan Ciithb-.. River
ton. M. 70 1.10: Robertson P-.r. Ihlln,'
Plila Cricket. 78. 81130- lUaurlee Tallnian,
i numnrsii. o. "ir -. v. x.. 3iomcrseie,
lit. Kln.o. 84. 102. Jack Forreiter.
Mdow Rrook. , ?-i(t2; X. S. Natalc,
Landone. 70, H3 102. Clirls Shea, Tren
ton. 84. 70103: J. l-'raser. SealeH, 78. 80
-104, lluah Clasby, Vu llllli. 81, 83 im,
C. L. Maxwell. Trenton. 83, 80-103.
ROCK ISLAND. III.. June 10,-Clarence L.
Wolff of St. Louis. Harlow Hurley of
Topeka, and Robert McKee and Francis
Illrklnsdn. both of Ues Moines, to-dav won
their wav tn the aeml-flnals In the Trnn.
nilsilsilppt Coif Association tournament on ihrj on Saturday.
the Rock Island Arsenal links. T-ji..-ii ,,.-i...j iiki. lie
To-day. match play at thlrty-sl, holes re- .. M,'" Zlndcrsteln experienced little dlf
sultrd as follows: Wolff defeated ninh 1 Acuity to-day In defeating Mrs. David
Rider of Des Moines. 11 and 0; Hurley de-
feated II. Van livery ot MtnneaDolls. 4 and
. i .j n t--i , . i. . .
ated O. Decker French of .
d 1, and Dickinson defeated
of 8h Taul, 3 and 1. 1
ravenport. - and
II. R. Johnston ol
Stubborn Play Seen in
'Met: Golf Title Meet
Hally of Old Guard Fcntures
Mutch Hounds on Anawumis
Club Links.
iiy Ki:nit x. vurnw.
There wus n good dcul of dctcrmlnn
(Ion intermingled with tho golf played
yeatorday at Apawnmltf In the first and
second zounds of the (innuul umuleur
championship of the Metropolitan Golf
Association, What particularly struck
studenU of tho sport and members of
fhe gallery who huvo seen tho figures
flicker over the screen of solfdom for
tho last few vnur. wiu Hia verv .later-
nlblickccrs who In the days beforo he
wnr wero Invariably out at tho head of
tho procession to demonstrate that noth
ing that has happened In the Interval
hali removed them from their once
proud post If only they caro to assert
One of tho finds of recent years In
metropolitan golf Is A. I.. Walker, Jr.,
of Illchmond county, who during tho
metropolitan tourney of 1319 at Drook
lawn won the medal-In tho qualify
ing round, and then went through to
tho final, where ho was beaten by
Oswald Kirk by. Walker finished high
up on Wednesday, and was playing a
gamo that looked as If U might bring
him through to the last bracket again.
In the first round yesterday mornlnf
ho eliminated William Heekle of Upper
Monclalr, who only last Saturday won
tho New Jersey State Association cham
pionship, and then came faco to iace
with Henry J. Topping of Greenwich.
Because he had not played much the
last fow years Topping was supposed to
have shot his bolt when he defeated
Allan V. I'olnsctte, the New York News
paper Golf Club champion, In tho morn
ing, but In tho afternoon he valiantly
accomplished what ho set out to do, nnd
that by tho unexpectedly onp-slded mar
gin of 6 up and 4 to piny.
This morning Topping will cross ciuds
with Jerome D. Travers. formerly na
tional amateur and open champion, who
also Is bowling along In this tournament
with a set Jaw and a thought for the
years that have gone. Jerry Hailed
through to the third bracket on victories
over V. H. Richardson of Morris County
and John M. Ward of fianlen City, nnd
by all appearances Is only waiting for
the Inspiration In putting to have the
gallery acclaim him the Jerry of old.
In his m.itch against John Ward Trav
ers did not nettle down much on the
hrst flvo holes. After all, however, he
struck ii par gait that soop cleared off a
deficit of oi)e hole, and steadily began
.to roll up a winning lead. From one
Mown at thi fifth the former champion
wna 2 up at the ninth and, bulldog like,
he held onto that nnd finished the con
test, on the sixteenth green, 4 up and 2
to play.
Close Coll for Dyer nnd White.
To-day's matches find John N. Stearns.
Jr., Nassau, arrayed against W. Parker
Seeley of Brooklawn, and U. B. Sawyor,
Slwanoy, tho medalist, paired with Os
wald Klrkby In tho top half of the
bracket, and Frank W. Dyer, Up
per Montelalr, and Gardiner W. White
of Nassau, supporting the Tra"vers-Top-plng
match in the Jowcr half.
Dyer and White figured in tho hair
raising games of the afternoon, the
former playing to an extra hole and
the latter to the twentieth green for the
right to Appear In the thlid round. J. T.
U Hubbard was the player eliminated
by Dyer. It wns a close call for the
New Jersey runner up, who had to
thank a bad mess of the home hole by
his opponent for the right to contest tho
extra hole.
This match wns quite a tussle, but,
after all. scarcely to bo compared to
that between Whits and J. S. Worthlng
ton of Slwanoy. who only last week an
nexed the championship honors of the
, Westchester Co'inty Golf Association
Meet New York for Griscom
I Cup.
&yal tn Tub Scn and New Yock Ittxi.D.
'Philadeumha, June 10. Philadelphia
defeated Uoston 10 to 5 nt the Cricket
Club hero to-day. and meets New York
to-morrow In the final for the Griscom
Oup nnd the women's Intercity Eastern
team golf ihamplonshlp. New York de
feated Uoston yesterday bv the same
martin. 10 to 3. nnd rivalry between the
n.mkf-rq nnd the MetroDolltnns runs
Mrs. Ronold H Barlow, tho Eastern
champion, walked away with her match
In tho opening tilt to-day from Miss
Harlot S. Curtis, the Boston champion.
and 5. Mrs. Barlow was out In an.ap-
j proxlmnted 44 and stood 3 up. She then
reeled off the next four In sixteen
' strokes, winning all of them. Their
, approximated cards follows :
Mrs. Ilarlow-out 04443004 ft 14
-In ft 4 4 3
Mlsi Curtis out ft 4 ft ft (i 7 5 3 347
i In 0 4 ft 4
The longest match was when Mrs.
Charles Rowley. Boston, defeated Miss
Florence McNecly. Philadelphia, on the
twenty-first hole. The summary:
Mrs. R. H. narlow
(7 and B) 1 Miss II. S. Curtis.. 0
Miss C. Gordon (3
Miss M. Rcll 0 nnd 2) 1
Mrs. C. F. Fox (3
and 4) 1 Miss M. Curtis O
Mrs. G. II. Stetson
(7 and 0) 1 Miss F. C. Osgood. 0
, .. , , . n 'rniwv D'r ,
J1": AK' Ji'l'i" 0 ','.. V ii''ii:t.V 1
itim. . 1,1.1, T -,.. A,. ... .'unci.
Miss F. C. Griscom
(5 and 4) 1 Mrs. T. D. Woodln. 0
Miss Glenna Collett
nUcr.. 0 H3 and 2) I
Mrs. D. M. Delchcr
Mrs. E. G. Ileli...
0 (2 and 1) I
Mrs. C. V. Rowley
0 (1 up 21) 1
Miss ! McNeely...
Mrs. J. W. Turnbull
(2 nnd 1) 1 Mrs. G. R. Johnson. 0
Mrs. H. I., bmnn
1 Miss E. W. Allen... 0
Mrs. W. Pas (
and ")....
. 1 Mrs. W. S. Parker. 0
7 Mrs. S. W. Glfford.
tl" E- G. Hood (7
,,Bml ii" 'A'
Mr8 O; "0011 (S
10 Total..
Rrnchra lrtnr Round of Delnirnre
TenLM Championship.
Wilminoton, Del., June. 10. Mls.i
Marlon A. Zlnderatcln, Ronton, and Miss
Thyllls Walsh, Philadelphia, will com
pete In the final round of the singles to
morrow to -decide who will meet Mls
Ann Townsend. Philadelphia, In the
challenging round for the Delaware
Ktntn women's slnetes tennis rhnmnlon-
Mills. Orange, N. J 6 3. 80: whllo
mi., n-nl.h n-nn lmr.i rn.ir.hr n.i.h
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J.. -ir,,, tii Tinnrmft nnstnn 7 i
;rom'S."ss. Lcalle Bancroft' ston, 5.
3 $, 6 I.
i Gardner Favorite
in British Pinal
SptcM CaMe litipaM la Tns ScM xxo
Krw York Hkbaid.
Copyright, 19:0, alt rtohti reunid.
LONDON, June 10. America came
from behind In a rush In the
gclf championships to-day,
Gardner, the sole survivor, doggedly
won two rounds with nearly perfect
golf and ho enters tho finals to-morrow
-vlth his proved coldly correct
temperament matched against the
Hashing brilliancy of Cyril Tolley, a
young Oxonian.
Gardner hence Is an odds on favor
Ito for the championship. He shared
the glories to-day with tho pro
fessionals, Hagcn and names, beat
ing what arc admittedly Hrltaln's
best, Abo Mitchell and George Dun
can, "
The rirltlsh players, who are ad
mittedly fearful of the professional
results, thought that they had tho
amateur championship cinched and
exulted ns one after another of the
Americans went down In the prelimi
nary rounds some of them Ignomln
lousty, It Is true.
The Ilrltons came through to-day,
however, with true sporting appre
ciation of Gardner's nearly perfect
golf, ns ho played hole after hole .be
fore hugo crowds with a precision
which earned for him par scores and
better throughout the game.
Davis of tho "lglnecra Club, formerly
Pacific coast chimplon, but that he still
had a kick or two left he soon made
plain. White had him 3 down at the
turn, but such was tho power of the old
English Internationalist's golf and de
termination homecoming that,the match
was squared at the fourteenth. The
fifteenth saw a half In four, nnd on the
next Worthlngton forged to tho front
for the first tlmo during the round when
White got entangled In the rough.
The seventeenth was a heart breaking
hole for Worthlngton, for White Bank n
putt of 23 feet to cut par by no less than j
two strokes nnd by Its aid to square the
Match. White should havo rettlcd mat
ters on tho homo green, but he pitched
wide and took three putts and only
halved with Worthlngton, who had
missed a shot m tho rough and had
taken three to reach the green.
Playing tho nineteenth both wefts In
the rough, White to the left of the green
and Worthlngton over. They halved
this one In five, hut with another of his
brilliant outbursts White clinched the
contest fit the next by scndln? up an ap
proach dead to . ' cup on the plateau
green after n raking drive that carried
him well down the fairway.
Topping: In Fine Form.
Topping made the first nine In 3"
against Walker, In Bplto of a poor start,
standing four up at tho turn. Beginning
with t,he fifth the Greenwich stylist had
four threes In a row Incoming he
played the first fcur holes even with
par and lost only one during ihe round,
the thirteenth, where Walker cut par a
Steams In tho second round disposed
of John G. Anderson by 2 njid 1, wh'lle
Seeley eliminated Grant A. Peacock,
winner of the Garden City tourney, by
3 and 2. Sawyer also had a 3 and 2
victory over C. E. Van Vleck, Jr., of
Greenwich, while Kirkby took the meas
ure of E. W. Nash of Rockaway Hunt
by .4 nnd 2.
There were many outstanding tussles
In the first round, the best In the top half
of the draw being those In which Sawyer
accounted for Harry Scharff of tho Scottish-American
Club, and Peacock dc.
feated J. Simpson Dean of Princeton by
2 and 1. Scharff demonstrated that a
public links golfer-can break Into first
class company and create something of
a stir, for he lost only on the home green
by the odd hole. Peacock beat Dean
2 and 1.
Tho Summary.
Clianiplonjhlp Thlrty-toKlrt round, top
A , ;7J",,N- st,a"i". Jr.. Nassau, defeated
C. H. Paul. Hedney Farm, 3 and 2: John O.
nacraon, biManoy, defeated a. F. Mundy,
Sawjer, Slwanoy, defeated Harry Rcharff.
nroiuin-.imeriean, 1 up; Charlei K. Van
leek. Jr.. Greenwich, defeated F. F. Tur
rell, Morris County. 1 up: Ojald Klrkby,
Bnglvwuod, defeated Grantland Rice. Enitle
Hood, 3 and ; B. w. Naahi Itcianay
Hunt, defeated It. A. Halght. Princeton,
4 and 3.
lloltom IJalf-Jeronie D. Trniers, Upper
Montelalr, defeated F n. Richardson, Morris
County, 2 and 1 : John M. Ward, Garden
City. 'defeated J. 13. Hale, Glen Rldite. 1 up:
A. I.. Walker, Jr.. Richmond County, de
flated William Reekie, Upper Montelalr. 1
up M0 holes) : Henry J. Topping, Greenwich,
defeated A. F. Tolnsette. Newspaper, ft and
3: J. T. I,. Huhhnrd. nrooklau-n ,irDi..i
F. R. Holland, Wee num. 2 and 1 Frank
w- nycr. Upper Montelalr, 'leffatert' Hamll
!?." ?"r- "tnwl. and 7: .1. fl
wormincion. m anoy, ncreatcil H. K. n
naui. nnKlneers. 2 and 1: nnniln- w
While, Nassau, defeated Tlerro A. Proal.
Deal, 0 and ft.
Second Rnund-Stearni defeated Anderson,
2 and 1.: Seeley defeated Teacock. 3 and 2;
Sawyer defeated Van Vleck, 3 and 2; Klrkby
defeated Nash, 4 and 2: Travers defeated
Ward, 4 and 2; Topping defeated Walker.
(! and 4: Dyer defeated Hubbard, 1 up (19
holes) , White defeated Worthlngton, 1 up
(20 holes).
Snys Fighter Gate Her Only 00
From July to November, 11)17.
San FnANCisco, June 10. United
States District Judge Doollng ruled to
day that Mrs. Maxlnc Dcmpsey might
.testify to non-confldentlnl relations In
the trial of her divorced husband, Jack
Dcmpsey, world's nonvywclght cham
pion, on a draft evasion charge. Yester
day the court barred Mrs. Dempsey's
testimony as to her confidential marital
' Judge Doollng announced that there
would bo no general rule as to what
wns nonconfidential matter and the ques
tions which It gives rise to would be set
tled ns they arose. Following this state
ment the prosecution questioned Mrs.
Dcmpsey regarding her visits with her
husband nnd alone to various parts of '
the country. i
The defence wns overruled when it
objected to a question as to what Demp
sey contributed to Mrs. Dempsey's sup
rort from July to November, 1917. dur
ing wnicn period they wero separated,
according to lrer testimony. She tcs
flc. to having received a total of JCO.
testl- 1
sho (enri,,1 nho rAi,,rr,o,i a-u t i- '
- ............. ... uuik
. City nt Dempsey's behest and they came !
; to Kan Krnnclsco together, where ehe !
- supportcu ncrseir.
... 'j
In thf RnnPl .Snitnro
I ' ,
Jack Ilrlttoii, world's wetternelsht cham
pion, will meet Marty Cross, the hard hit
ting east slder. In the feature twelve round
bout at the Armory A, A. ot Jerrey City
next Monday night.
The American Sporting Club has filed
papers of IneorVoratlon with the Secretary
of State. The officers are Jule Harris,
n.n.fmr nt thn Fultnn Thentr nraal.t-.,. .
Charles Harris of the Long Acre Theatre'.
vice-presioeni; ram mmer or ine i.iooe
Theatre, treasurer, and Matthew Zimmer
man of the Public Sen Ice Dureau, secretary.
Chick Slmler, the trial horse of the light-
'weight dlvlson, will attempt to check Mickley
Donley at the Bayonna A. A., Fiftieth street
aa Eaaltvart, tostjiit.
Ranking Player Beaten by
miss Margaret Grove.
To the growing list of upsets of the
current tennis season another was added
at the New York Tennis Club yesterday
when Mrs. Edward W, Raymond, sixth
.on the national ranking list, met defeat
at tho hands of Miss Margaret Grovo In
tho semi-final of the Now York State
championship. At best Miss Grovo had
been conceded only a chance of extend
ing her opponent, who In addlUon to
winning the Pclham tournamont recently
had been showing Impressive tennis all
season, Miss Grove, however, played
superbly through the greater part of nn
extra set match and triumphed nt 6 3,
2 6, fi 4, Tho upset came shortly after
Mlsa Mario Wagner had scored over Mrs.
Ucnjamln V. Brlggs with unexpected
caso In the other semi-final, 6 1, 6 1.
Mrs. Raymond's defeat was not duo to
any appreciable tennis slump on her part.
Sho may not have been as steady as
usual, but she played heady tennis, choso
her shots with good Judgment and her
game on tho Whole was well up to Its
i customary standard, It was Miss Grove
I who supplied the unexpected. She was
In excellent stroke and was not afraid
I to take chances. She wns trying for
placement continually and meeting with
success because of her accuracy In
gauging distances and nngles. Airs.
Raymond played a similar gamo nnd
from first to last It was a duel of wits f
between tho experienced players.
At tho end Miss Grove's margin was
not very decisive, although she clearly
deserved the victory. She led nt 5 3
In the last set. but Mrs. Raymond ral
lied determinedly and came within a
point of tying tho score at 5 all. Sho
ovordrove tho base line by an Inch or
two only on the point that might have
changed the whole result of the match,
and Miss Grove then took the next threo
points for 'the game, set and match, tho
final point being a double fault by Mrs.
In the long run It was Miss Grove's
greater agility in getting over tho court
that told in her favor. Sho tried for
everything, no matter how far .the shot
appeared to be out of reach, and sho
made numerous recoveries that checked
Mrs. Raymond at an Important point.
She drove low and hard whenever she
saw an opening for a swift placement,
but, like Mrs. Raymond, iho did not rely
entirely upon the drive. Both women
varied their attack continually and the
match was doubly Interesting on that
account. Mrs. Raymond came back
strong after Miss Grovo had taken the
first set through superior speed and con
trol. She took the second set nt 6 2,
ar 1 walked off with tho first two of the
third set. It was then Miss Grove's turn
to rally. Playing for tho lines and vary
ing the length of her returns, she took
the aggressive again and won six of the
next eight games.
Miss Wanner nt Iler Rest.
The other semi-final saw Miss Marie
Wagner at her best Many of those tn
the gallery declared that the former Now
York Stato champion had not played a
better game In several sedsons, and their
opinion probably was correct. Certain It
is that Miss Wagner brought oft one
spectacular placement shot after- an
other, getting such sharp angles to her
returns and changing the direction of
her drives In such puzzling fashion that
Mrs. Benjamin F. Brlggs was kept run
ning all over the court to keep up with
the ball. Miss Wagner's superior ten
nis tnctlcs were more noticeable in tho
second set, in which sho reached tho
top of her game. In the opening divi
sion of the match play was much closer
than- the score of 6 1 Indicates, for four
of the six games credited to Miss Wag
ner were forced to deutfe by hei op
ponent. Mrs. Brlggs fought detcimin
cdly and made many a brilliant return
for placement, but she lacked Miss Wag
ner's skill and versatility.
The summary:
Women's New York State Tennis Cham-plonshlp.-Seml-flnal
Round-Miss Marie
Wagner defeated Mrs. llenjamln F. Riicea.
ft 1 ft 1; Miss Margaret Grovo defeated
Mrs. Kdwaril W. Raymond, ft 3. 2-fl. Ot.
Doubles. Third Round Miss Margaret
Grove and Mrs. L. G. Morris defeated Mrs.
H. L. Carlbach and Mrs. A. Lehman, 8-0,
I; Miss Marie Wagner and Miss Clare
Cassel defeated Mrs. E.. Lane and" Mrs.
Rloomlngdale, 81, 60; Mrs. Samuel War
ing and Mrs. Edward V. Lynch defeated
Mrs. rercy Wllbourn and Mrs. G. B.
Hlrsch. ft-2. 2-0. 02.
Mixed Doubles. First Round Miss Muriel
ninien and E. H. Rlnien defeated Miss V.
Cllnedlnst and E. Cllnedlnst, 01, D 2:
Mrs. Percy Wllbourn and W. H. Bates de
feated Miss K. Samstag and Mr. Relllng,
fl-0, 04.
Second Round Mrs. R. F. Stenz and Ingo
Hartmann defeated Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Jarvls, 0-0. 01.
Third Round Mrs. W. II. Prltchard anil
Jerry Lang defeated Miss II. Simpson and
Guy Brlnckerhoff. ft 1, 4-0, fl 3.
The point scores of the singles matches
follow :
Mist Marie Watmer vs. Mrs. B. r. Hrlggs.
Miss Wagner S ft fl 4 .1 t 4 30-fl
-Irs. BrlgE 3 3 4 2 3 4 2-21-1
Nets. Outs. Place. Scr. D. F.
Mist Wanner.. 4 7 10 0 1
Mrs. Brlggs.... 9 0 8 1 ,2
Miss Wagner 4402 4 4 4-2S-0
Mrs. Brlggs 2 2 4 4 1 1 1-15-1
Nets. Outs. Place. Ser. D. F.
Miss Wagner., ft 7 n 0 1
Mrs. Brlggs... 8 10 1 1 J
I 1'ts. O. N. O. P. S. D.F.
Miss Wagner. ftS 12 14 ID 0 2
I Mrs. Brlggs.. 30 2 17 10 0 2 3
Ml" Margaret (Iroye t. Mrs. Edirard W.
I Raymond.
Miss Grove 4 4 4 ft 4 S ft 2 4-40-fl
Mrs. Raymond 0 0 2 3 2 6 7 4 2-32-3
Miss, Grove 4 4 0 2 1 2 4 1-18-2
Mrs. Raymond 1044441 4-28-0
Miss Grove
Mrs. Raymond...
2 3 44 3 5042 7 Ift-C
4712 ft 3724 540-4
Belmont's Indexed Entries
First Race The riattsdale Handicap;
selling: for three-year-olds and upward:
aovrn furlongs; main course.
Index. Ft
index. r.
(327) Night Stick.. .110
383' Tattle 0!)
ir.ll W. Machine. 100
101' gunfiasn ii..i.i-'
rr.m v. Chairman. 103
Ci-nnrt lltire Sleenieehftse for maidens
? I. " " ;
Index. Wt.l Index. Wt.
.fli Earloeker ...142 304 Reasun 142'
(292) Rlue Laddie. 1371 Ticket 144
301 Klnc Terry.. 14! 247' Mlnata 142
394 Mohab 14713411 Surf Queen. .147
Third Race Clalminc; for two-year-olds;
file furlongs; straight.
Index. Wt. Index.v
' ... rut.. ia. to- r..- t.-
. . ,,..,.,,1,1. 10-.I 1TT3 ar-Hn TIh.vb iiy
r i ...X.1.
l.ltlie iiear. .Iln -tups X.au..ll'.l
"3.1 Toreador ...1081 387 Chow 113
Fourth Race-Selllm:; for three-year-olds
( - 'inder. Wt.
::oi Aurum 112(373) Plerrc-a-l'eu.12.1
.181 Leo I. u- l aivert i'i
373 Tapaseur ...11.1 3St I.ady 'Archie. 01
330 Heauty Sleep.irl 303 Say Which... 114
rtl ir.hn 112
Fifth Race For maiden three-year-olds;
one mile.
Index. , .
im Armistice ...111
34 King Albert.. 11.1
;02 Sweet Muslc.110
sas Feodor 113
.188 Mr. Rrummel.113 j
3H) mn'cNVriur.m!
372 Gallagher ...113 (
388' T. Wagoner.. ll.i
Fair Cain.. .11.1
Irish Dancer. ins
380 Jadda 113
-.o Saeamore . . 1 !
Sixth liace uonouioni
for two-ear-olds;
1 five furlongs; straleht.
, inoex
Index. Wt.
(388) Tottle 118
D. Saving 100
380 Phoenix ion
(330) Dry Moon.. ..121
212 If. of the N..10D
Snare .......11.,
332 Houyhnhnm..100
311 iinoiei i -1
The D'mlan.IOO!
Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather clear; track fait.
Copyright, 1!0, bv The Bun.IJerald Corporation.
EVELATIONS which wero mado
Chicago club Implicated Hal
revelations demonstrate that
charges against Chase a year ngo last
tory. When Chaso was whitewashed by the league a strong suspicion existed
that many bits of evidence which should havo been Investigated thoroughly
had been glossed over or Ignored. Tho league's trial was held In secret that
In spite of a public demand that It bo
cccdlngH mean that something Is to
henrlngs which aro held In secret will
tlon. Wo understand, by tho way, that Chase was barred from further
play by the New York club on grounds not connected with the gambling
charges. It would be Interesting, If the club Issued a statement covering
the banishment of Chose
In re recent defeuts of tho Olants It would bo well to remember that
McGraw practically broke tip his club and burred Chose and Zimmerman
without having been ordered to drop those players. Ho hud good reasons
of his own. However, tho owner of at least one other club, in another
league, who threatened all sorts of action against men who were suspected
of being Implicated In gambling In tho world's series of 1919 forgot his
Intentions ns soon as tho spring training season arrived. But those players
still aro under suspicion nnd aro being
The Intercollegiate Mowing Regatta Mnddlc.
Tho board of stewards of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association seems
to bo In hard luck. Because tho West Shore would not run nn observa
tion train on July 1 along tho Highlands course It transferred the regatta
to Lako Cuyugn, for June 19. Now (jnmes tho word that there will bo no
observation train at Ithaca either. It is obvious that as between tho Hudson
a"(1 Cayuga, without observation trains
more preferable. We wonder why tho
would bo an observation train at Ithaca. It la a muddled situation, which
may bo blamed on the freight tleup and tho scarcity of cars. Still, the tleup
Is not going to do away with tho usual two observation trains ut tho Harvard-Yale
regatta at New London on Juno 2D. Wo trust that the tleup
will not Interfere with arrangements for next year's regatta at Pough-kecpsle.
British Refusal of Kelly's Entry I)oo Xo flood.
Tho entente cordlale between tho United States and Kngland will not
be helped among followers of sport by tha barring of John Kelly, cham
pion sculler of America, from the Knglish Henley. Kelly sent his entry
for the Diamond Sculls an entry which had the sanction of the National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen of America. The other day tho Henley
officials cabled that Kelly's entry could not bo accepted. Somo years ago
the Vespers of Philadelphia Kelly's: club went to the Henley nnd had
some sort of argument with the British officials. Why this should bo dug
up at this time to bar Kelly we know not unless Kelly looks too formidable
for the best of the British scullers. Kelly Is more than ungry and says
that It will be his great pleasure to beat the winner of the Diamond Sculls
In tho Olympic regatta.
Michigan Wants to Come East to Play Princeton 'lnc.
If Princeton defeats Yale In the baseball series which is to be started
on Saturday at Princeton It will bo challenged by Michigan. The Wolverines
have won the Western Conference title, and Kastcrn alumni stand ready to
pay all expenses of a trip to this section to meet tho Tigers. Michigan
has a great nine the greatest It yet has had, thoy tell us. Parks, pitcher,
and Knode, shortstop, are the stars. Knode, we hear, Is to join tho Reds
next month and Parks has had several offers from major league clubs.
Tho colleges this year have brought out a few stars who are worthy
t)f major league trials. The best of tho inflclders, according to a scout
who has seen them all, Is Knode. Lcfevro of Fordham, who Is to Join the
Giants this month, and Lucey, who lias Joined the Yankees, are rated behind
Knode. Sawyer of Yale' Is a great second baseman, but not likely to take
to professional baseball. Kelley, the Yale pitcher, has had offers from tho
Yankees and the Tigers. Conlon, the Harvard Inflelder, Is probably the
fastest of the collegians. Holy Cross has Its usual quota of stars, among
them Dugan, an Inflelder. Mcancy of Columbia, pitcher, Is to Join the
Yankees, we 'hear.
Triumph Over University of
California Nine, 9 to 6.
Hpecfat to Tins Stl and New Yosk Heiuid.
Princeton, N. J., June 10. Princeton
University's baseball team defeated Cal.
Ifornla hero this afternoon after the vis
itors bad run up a four run lead In the
first two Innings. St. John, who started
the game for the Tigers, was wild and
Ineffective nnd lasted less than two
frames. Lyons succeeded him and held
tho Westerners In check.
ab r h o a e
S'blng.cf. 52 2 3 0 0
L?,rf.... 311 0 00
T'bleTss.. 4 1 2 0 4 1
ri.h.r r.. .112 0 10
ab r n
Myers.cf.. 4 2 2 1
Works.lb. 4 1 1 12
Hudson,2b 3 10 1
Rohwer.If ft 0 2 1
McN'ra.lf 3 11 2 0 0
M'l'h'e,2b 3 0 1 3 3 p
Coolc.lb.. 41013 0 1
Keyes,3h. 4 12 0 10
ft 0 1 2 2 0
3 0 1 1
4 11ft
310 0
400 1
Rl.Inhn.n 00 0 O OUI
Lvons.D.. 311 0 5 0
Totals..33 0 8 21 13 2
Totnls.32 !) 12 27 14 2,
Trlnceton. .
... 0
... 1
0 7 0 0 0 2 0 x-tl
3000010 1-0
Homo run Myers. Three base hlta
Myers. Works. Two base hits Toomey, .
Strublng. Trimble, Macrhee. Roher. Keyes.
Stolen bases-Strublns 2, ILee. Rases on
balls-Off St. John. 3; off Lyons. 2: ott
Ellison, 1. Struck cut-By St. John, 1; by
Lyons, 4; by Ellison, ft. Tassed ball
Toomey. Wild pltch-EUIson. First base on
errors-Calllornla. 2: Princeton, 1. Earned
runs Princeton, 0; California, 4. Left on
bases-Princeton. 4; California. 8. Double
play Trimble, Macrhee and Cook. Umpires
Wcstervelt and Marti. Tlmo of game-1
hour and ftO minutes.
Three Aaptrnntaj Iteach Semi-final
of Nevf Jersey Championship.
Special to Tim Bcn and Niw Yobk Hhuih.
MoNTCLAin, N. J June 10. Three as
pirants to tho New Jersey tennis cham
pionship came through to tho semi-final
round on the courts of tho Montelalr
Athletic Club this afternoon. They were
Harold A. Throckmorton, the tltleholder :
Wlllard H. Botsford and Alrlck H. Man,
Jr. Of the trio Alrlck Man had by far
tho severest task lr. a match with Carl
Jollffe, who not only extended his oppo
nent but who came dangerously close
to winning the contest In straight sets.
The uammary : .
New Jersey Tennis Championship Singles
Fourth Round 8. V. Rrubans defeated F.
Sellers. 1210, 0-4; Wlllard H. Uotsford de
feated V. Vernon. 0 ., 10. 83.
Fifth Round Harold A. Throckmorton de
feated A. Hassford 3d, 04, -3; Alrlck H.
Man. Jr., defeated Carl Jollffe, 4-0, 8-,
0-3; W. II. Rotsford defeated S. V. Rru
bans. 0-2. 0-2. . . .
Doubles First Round J. Spencer and
H. Norton defeated F. II. Devltt and D.
Famsworth, 8 fl. 7-ft: F. McWatley and C.
Roocock defeated A. Baldwin and J. Sayles,
ir, c 1, o 1! Tnomas i. Day ja anu n.
naer .eu u. -
I Second Round-S. E. Palmer and L. W.
Knox defeated D. S. Talley and G. Ramsey,
t, 03: I. Kumaicae and H. A. Throck-
i morton won by default: L. & J. VanDeventer
. defeated J. Wetlaufer and J. P. walden,
J n 1 03; O. E. McLean and G. Dixon de
feated O. Colby and C. E. Cameron. 08,
0-1. 0-4.
The Shamrocks changed places at City
Island yesterday, that Is, Shamrock
was put overboard from the ways In tho
forenoon and In the afternoon Sham
rock IV. was hauled out to the same
berth to be cleaned and painted. N'b
sooner had Shamrock "23" been warped
beside the dock than her .crew began to
bend on Tier racing mainsail, and sho
W11I be fitted with her gaff to-day. Both
oats will be In readiness to be towed to
aanuy nuun diuiiua, uul mo iinu
trial will not take placa till Wednesday
In tho forenoon yesterday Shamrock
IV. was taken out for a sail stretching
spin on Wie Sound. The breeze was light
b,ut the yacht worked well under main
sail, Jib topsail and staysail. She" beat
in toward Huckleberry Island and
reached across to Sands Tolnt, after
which aha was towed back to her buov
orr Jacob' yard.
In Leo Magco'a fuUlo case against tho
Chaso us well as Masco himself. These
tho National League's hearing of tho
winter was, to say the least, perfunc
held In the open. Star chamber pro-
bo hidden. As a result future league
merit very little serious consldera'
nt either place, the Hudson Is far
board did not, find out first if there
Sandy Hook Princess Jamaica Day Governors Wlllets
iThn Ilnnn.hnol IlftV
Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
June 11 2:11 2:87 2:10 3 02
Juno 12 3.17 3:5 3:22 4.01
June 1.1 4'18 4;52 4:23 4:07
June 14 fi:17 6:47 5-22 8-82
June 15 0:13 6.43 6:18 0:48
0 02
The time ghen In the aboie table Is Eastern
one lour.
Striped Haas Are Getting More Plentiful.
Striped bass arc biting down at Highlands,
N. J. The fish are running small, hut quite
a few of them are being caught. They range
from 2 to 1 pounds. The anglers who maka
regular trips Ruro look for bigger ones dally.
An eleven pounder was caught off tha bogs
at Oakwood, Staten Island, recently, and a
number ot tmaller fish were brought In. The
bass are also biting In the Hound waters, and
ar. odd one has teen taken at Cos Cob,
Stamford and Greenwich. Quite a lot of bait
has been shipped to these points from New
York and many bass ancient are .trying
their luck. A few bass have been caught at
Sag Harbor, lAnK Island, but this Is 0110
ground that a thmough knowledge of Is
necessary for success. It Is also reported
that an odd fish has been taken at Deal
Reach and at Point Meazant, but no .details
have been sent in.
The Mark Rock Fishing Club mcmbeis have
been trjlng out the Susquehanna River, and
a few small fish have been taken. They are
not plentiful, however, but a better run Is
looked for. The river Is now In proper con
dition for the fish and reports of catches
should come In any day.
Artie Dory of Now York fished at the High
lands on Tuesday night and ho landed two
striped bass and lost a third. The fish taken
weighed 3 and 4 pounds. He said that striped
bass were breaking In several places near the
Fishing Tackle Exclusively
Salesrooms and factory under one roof.
112 Fulton Street, New York.
Inboard and Outboard; Reverse Gears;
Propellers: Silent Mufflers; Launches: .Row
boats. HYDE, 78 Fourth Ave., Hrooklyn, N.
Y. Sterling r,80.
Bait, of course, always; plenty of It.
A. C. ST. OEOROE. Freeport. L. t.
n J lis. Molltor's
Commodore Thuuer,dayatrnd
Thursday and Sat.,
fl:43 train. Sunday 5:25 train, lien wrmm.
Illacktlsh Floundera nt Cold Spring Harbor.
t IVS. lU Ell., lues., iiiui..,
Nfiat.. Hun.. 7 A.M.; E. 13Sth
" o, B i. M. Ilrins bait. Tel.
Mom'itsldo 1373. Capt.A.Lyons. 230 W. 116th.
....Mn.. L'lUIIINfT TAf'KI.K.
Snelled Hooks. 30c. dot. up. Reel lines, II
to 21 thread. 150 ft.. BOc. Rods, 75c, up.
Church L. Vesey. Hudson Ter.. N. Y. Central.
New Army hip rubber boots.. J4.35
jerltlns 3. Rlankets 4.23
10x10 Armv tents. 30. Raincoats 7.50
HOSE. 3.13 llrldica St.. Hrooklm.
leaves nnecpaurau uir uaii
except Monday 8 A. M.
cam. AHUlli iiuuKr.i-.il.
rleniy ni o
Plenty of Sea Pass Monday nnd Tuesday
leaves oneepsneaa uauy,
exc. Mon., 8 A. M. Hun.
7 A. M. Capt. TLAOE.
29 Mn t'aiiKM Ml H? lUsi Tuesday,
y 8 A. M..
Sunday 0 A. M
Cant. J. MAUTIrl. Blieepsneaii
ab ".eaves Sunday. E. 01st St.. n A.
ALGA M.:13Sth St.. 7 A. M. Rrlne bait.
TROUT FISHINO-7 miles, excellent stream;
well stocked: good accommodations; rate
vine. Monroe Co.. Pa- ,
leaves Stahle'a Pier. Ca.
narsle. Sunday, 7 A. M.
Effort II.
leaves Bheepshead Day dally
8 A. M., Sunday 7:30.
AM ER I iAgheepshead Par- J- Mlchasl,
urui vliUrfl-U Leaves dally. I
IlLTI ivmtt.il
Sin. 7 A. M.
D n IIINDY UIIJr " A- "' 8'"iay
R.l- i-UniM from Bheepiheal Pay.
leaves Canarsle wery day
A. M. Capt. M. ROWLAND.
ktriDFUIA leaves 01st St., E. R.. 7 A
Htnilin Brng bait. Capt. COLONEL.
WANTED-43 to' 60 foot llshlni or party
boat, A., IBM Inn-Herald. Rronx.
Wins Fifth Cup Trial by S4
Newport, R. I.. June 10. That the
Vanltlo U finding herself was snown
In the fifth raco of the America's Cup
elimination trials sailed on tho Brentons
Reef courso to-day. The bronze yacht
defeated the Resoluto In decisive fash
Ion, thereby greatly Improving her
chances of being chosen to defend tho
cup against Sir Thomas Upton's chal
lenger. To-day's raco was sailed undor
lino racing conditions nnd waB probably
the trueit test that the cup boats have,
had. It was n windward nnd leeward
contest, conditions supposed to favor
the Herreshoft bIoop, and ot the Vanltle
came romping home In front, beating
her opponent by 2 minutes 38 seconds,
actual time, and by 64 seconds, corrected
After such a clean cut victory tn.-.
Vnnitlc's stock has gone kiting and tho
betting In Newport ! even money on
tho cup proposition. A feature of tho
race particularly gratifying to the bronzo
boat's supporters Is that she gave Jho
Resolute -a flno trimming on the wind-1
ward leg. .Sho gave ovldcnco of a sur
prising ability to work well to windward
In Mondny's raco in which sho scored
her first victory. Sho was even better
to-day. pointing higher than tho Roso-i
lute all through tho fifteen mllo beat.
There was a brisk twelve kndt breeze '
blowing from south-southwest when
tho racers got out to the old yellow
light vessel and manoeuvred for the
start. Quite a gallery of yachts and de
stroyers came out for the race, Includ
ing Commodore J. Picrpont Morgan's
Corsair, with tho owner on board; tho
schooner Constellation, flagship of tin
Eastern Yacht Club of Marblehcad, and
somo smaller craft. Signals wcru set
for a windward and leeward thirty mile
race, with the first leg a beat to south
southwest fifteen miles to a turning
mark off .Block Island.
Tho starting signal was made at 11
o'clock and tho racers wero timed ns
they crossed on exactly even terms at
11:00:18. The Vanltlo, to tho eastward,
had the weather berth and both stood
away towards tho Narragansot shorn on
the port tack. After making a short
hitch In that direction they tacked and
went off shore, sailing almost like n
team. They split tr.cks and tho Reso
lute stood In shore enco moro while the
Vanltlo went further (o seaward. When
they tacked again the Vanltle attempted
to cross tho Resoluto's bow, but failed.
She wore ship nnd both madu a long
board to the southeastward.
To the surprlso of thoso watching the
ace the bronzo yacht soon began to
ciuw out iu winiiwuru oi nrcr slippery
opponent. Sho was iUlcln;r In stayb
than In Monday's race, was pointing
higher and Commwloro Nichols wns
sailing her for all sho wns worth. The
farther they went Into the wind's eye
tho farther tho Vanltle pulled away.
There was very little sea running nnd
tho Vanltlo revelled In tho going. Tho
breeze freshened until It was blowing at
eeventecn knots. The Vanltle turned the
outer mark at 1:00:32. havlnc gained two
minutes and fifty-eight seconds on the4
windward leg. The Resoluto rounded ut
After turning the mark, thcr,o was
troublo In setting tho Vnnltle's spin
naker. Tho halyard Jammed and the big
(Canarsle) Istanrl Pnint. rnnHnn
P.M. A.M. P.M., A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
3:42 2rt) 3.04 8:30 ami 4.00 4:41
4H1 3:17 4:09 fl:3S 7:00 8:02 8:33
8:37 4:31 8:13 7'37 8.04 8:58 0:2.'.
6:32 5:41 0'12 8 41 0 01 0:53 7 17
7:28 0:44 7.C8 9.37 0:58 7:49 8 10
itandard time,
For daylight saving time add
bridge and that one fish of 0 pounds had
been taken a few evenings ago. Thero are
plenty of bass In the Shrewsbury Illver, said
Dory, and big lafayettcs In quantities and
eels for those who want them.
While fishing for blackfish last Sunday
near the rock pile at the Edgemcre Club,
I.dgemere. George Gamsjager and his
partner had a peculiar experience. Mr.
Gamsjager writes. "My partner was nearly
thrown oerboard hy a terrific strike. It
turned out to bo a striped bass, and It
broke a ay Just as It was about to be
hauled In. The bass took the clam bait
we were using, and in 'ts struggles the snell
was severed near tho hook. nelleUng that
where there la one there's more, I would
like to get some Information on proper' rig
ging, hooks and bait for striped bnas, with
tho Intention of going after them again."
1-afnjettes Are Very Plentiful nnd Large.
William Eerg of Brooklyn, fishing with a
friend In Rutta Draw, near Goose Creek, In
Jamaica Ray, on Wednesday landed 137
lafayettea and 3 fluke. The lafayettes were
quite large, some of them weighing half a
pound. "We rowed all the way up from
the Raunt," writes Rerg, "and It was surely
worth while. The lafayettes bit ravenously
and were as large as any I ever caught.
Our catch moro tha nfllled a good sized fish
basket. Wo stopped fishing when all of
our bloodworms ran out."
"Falcon" leaves eter
Saturday Aftornoon at 1 P. M.
Fares 11.23, Including bait: Sunday, 7 A. M
Sun.. Tues., Wed., Thurs. 7 A. M. Sea Pass
and plenty I.lnfts.
DKEP 8F.A l lSHINf).
7i rcynRY ray exckpt Monday.
Always plenty of halt. Capt. ENGLAND.
r lOHKltMEN.
Lines, Hooks, Repairs. Tel. 0878 E tt v
LOUIS SPRUNG. 2701 Atlantic iv.. IlMilyn
A. M.. Sunday
7:30 from Sheepshead Ray
Cant. CHAm.Es hi". J .A
formerly of Genevieve. Canarsle.
East !)lst st Sat., Sun.. Mon
(1 A. M. Rattery. 7 A. M. Mn'
? .in n.n ... ii-...
.vy OI inning, u, HEltG
KLONDIKE leaves Hudson l-ark. N, n-J
chelle, dally, eic. Mon. and Wed.. O A M
for flounders. Rrlns bait. Special ' trln
Decoration rtv tfrnn.. "liai irip
2 P. M. Ling and flo,,,nd.e""''c,ap;:0TO '
400 PISA HASQ rnrnn..
I m ii ; . -
a a. ia. except Monday
Sunday 7:30. Sheepshead Ra
Cant r t .......
eVry d.'y. n"" "nd I""k""'
leaves Ravslda rwv
Sheepshead Bay. every day
8 A. M. Capt. RERT.
MLvaHalll fLom' h"P'hd "'.V
""w""""" cnt. i.niir. uinr.:''
naves canarsle every day 7
Dally. 10 A. M. Kun.i...
A. M. Dunn's Dock. Sheep,,
head Day. N.Y. Capt. Iirtn
DIIRhlU leaves toot 15th St., Hoboken
PALAUIN c:30; Pier 1, c. R. R., J. c tmj
Tues.. Thurs.. Sat.. Sun. Capt. Ed DALETTll
GE0RGIE M. laV"urryL,' Wrwk id.
Utunuib Wed.. Thurs.. Sal. ...I-I
C.tn r..?. train. t mtnn... 1
' - - .... .tlillllAl.
VOM HOFE surf reel and rod, also other
ittrKic ,u, Jii-.V. JUlti ituiiaui:iui
002 Tlnton av . Rronx. ' ,
Ivs. Canarsle 7 A. M. Dally. '
nunqay. uiua 1'CltaON
ADMIRAL KV" shMPd Bay Sunday
AUMmftk 7:30. Capt. CHARLIE.
Cornell's X-Country Team
to Meet Oxford-Cambridge
ITHACA, N. Y., Juno 10. Cor
nell's cross country team will
meet a combined Cambridge
and Oxford team In Kngland In De
cember. Graduate Manager Ronieyn
Berry of tho Cornell Athlctla Asso
ciation to-day sent a cnble message
to B. G. D. Rudd of Oxford accept
ing tho Invitation, which was ex
tended when tho Oxford-Cambridge
track team visited Cornell In May
after taking part In tho relay carni
val nt Philadelphia. Tho Cornell
team of soven men will leave arly
In December and return beforo Janu
ary 15. Tho nice will be stated
shortly after Christmas.
sail could not ba broken out until 11
sailor had been set aloft to strengthen
tha tangle. It was over flvo minutes
after sho Jibbed around tho mark that
the spinnaker was out and drawing, But
for this, It Is probable her time would
have been at least a mlnuto better for
tho run back to the lightship. Tho Rcso
lutc's spinnaker was doing business on
tho homewurd leg long beforo tho Ven
ule's could be broken out.
While Vanltle fiddled with the spin
naker the Resolute gained something, but
with the bronzo boat Under full sail thero
was no catching her. Sho went bowling
to a well earned victory, finishing at
2 :42 :31. The official figures were:
Elapsed Corrected
Start. Finish. Time. Tlmo
Vanltle ....11:00:18 2:42:51 3:42:33 3:42:33
Resolute ...11:00:18 2:45:27 3:4.1:00 3:43:27
The race to-morrow Will bo over the
triangular course.
Wc have just
received a car load or
The finest - looking canoe
made, speedy, clean cut In
line, sturdily built, finely
finished, very light in weight.
Quantity is limited.
Wc advise early selection.
Single Pa ddlcs, Double Pad
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Rudders, Lee Boards, Cush
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(111 Kast 42d St.)
(Open Evenings)
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(Near Ilroadway)
Special Trains:
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or ferries nt West 23d at., Chris
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Pipe Wrenches
Trlmo Wrenchet for sile everywhere;
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ton sale Pair youne farm horses, each 165.
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