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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, JtjfNE 18, 1920.
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After Fanning1 Twice Ruth Makes His Nineteenth Space Devouring Home Run DriveYanks Beat White Sox
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MAYS TWIRLS THE
' YANKS TO VICTORY
Shows His flcst Form of the
y(,n,.iilli Hits Homer
mill Double.
, WILLIAM fl, IIAXXA.
t.Oinl ! Till! HlN M Np VoSK llnIAID.
if m-a.o. Juno 17. Call Mayn took ti
nm tu-nlKhl down " Missouri home,
I, ut liffnrf ho If lio put on tlio bobt
tmiin ho I mm pitched (IiIk somsoii. Tliu
VunkccH won k c h I d from tiio'Whllo Hox
,nl lv h store of 7 to 2. una Mays, ex.
,,vi hi few nnd bricT Intervals, pitched
a. the hitting piovicwi right out of
II, 1111 lU hud nioro pccd tlmn hereto.
frc tiilH or mid wns t liU bent on ,x
cold, wiiuiy day. 111,1 thermometer took
i ills diop. wut he to.!, n big bmcf.
The Yankees dashed it round In the
gonir if Itiey nlojfil It nnil playcu
raplt.i'H' In the field, whereim the Sat
outfield hiirrliisj the peerless I'c'rch.
iiIr n mesa of wind blown flies. The
vnlvffs wedged In their hits with rrors
nnil basi's on balls mid iiidn their hits
miUiii They made ievei? runs mid beven
h Lefty Williams lasled four Innings
mill Hi" rP'ini' was w-on f,ni
Will liii"" pitched well, hut too lnt
Until herded in three I mm In the fourth
mill ono of his roaring:, ripping, spacu
.souring home runs and his nineteenth
ill lid of the year for the circuit. Will
iams had fanned tlio Colowus twice, but.
suyiody who doon that and then thlnlis
ih' iiabo Is soft, easy and a dnch, maltui
din mistake of his younir, middle ape I
or even icntcnarlnn life, and after fan
nine twice, tho resilient Habe made nno
home run, enjoyed one strolland cuffed
thi globule for one two bagger. A versa
tlln grnt. the Habe, down some times, but
nevtr out
Itutli Strikes Out.
After Ward had fouled off two or
thico dozen in tho first Inning ho drew u
pass, Although olio was out, Plpp was
told lo sacrifice, an unconventional play
lit that stage of tho giime, lie put Ward
on second nil right, but Ituth was called
nut on (trikef. Meuscl hit n jscrenm to
centre, which Kelsch raced with and
rollsrcd, but which ho'd never have conto
rear but for the strong wind from that
dhectlon. IJodln cracked the first hit, a
liner to centre, and Williams walked
Pratt, also Hannah. Mays bunted to
1 Collins and brought Dodlo In on a
tqueeie play. Pcclc' left two by whaling
at the first one and flylnp: to Kelsch.
Mays pitched himself out ,ot n pre
dicament In the second, aided by a fine
play by reck. Jackson opened with a
single. Kelsch sacrificed and J. Collins
ftlefl to Ruth, Peck cut off McMullln's
Jab In deep short and threw him out on
the first bound. Looked as It he wero
safe, but the umpire said not.
Plpp's falluro to lay down a sacrifice
In the third delayed the Yankees for
suhllc Ward's slnRlo opened the In
ning, but Plpp forced him, .McMullln to
K Collins, Ituth atruc4, put for tho
eoond time. He swung: nt three hooks
mid missed them nil. Jackson, bothered
liy tho wind, dropped Meusel's fly ; Uortlo
uallted, and when Murphy dropped
Pratt's llneVfly Plpp nnd Jleusel trundled
home, nnd were glad to net there.
The Il.tbe showed them somelhlnj In
the fourth Williams wobble: with two
Refund ami passed Ward and Pipp. Ho
nan tuo Hnd two on Ituth, and the fans
vrre still chortling- at the latter's wild
mine when lie slashed jit.the next on?
nnd met It full on the biitffirt, otherwise
the ltal spot. That ball; went on" a Ions
Journey. It flew over the right field
wall like a bullet lu a hurry. It went
Into a playground and nobody knows
How much further, but It was a stu
pendous, a mammoth, colossal smash all
in one When last seen It was east
lioir.id, and probably went to the At
lantic Ocean.
.Mays, with a nice, sweet six run
liad, began the fourth by walking two
tutu. Juckson hit Into a double play,
hut KeU-li batlr.l In a run. With two
put imay In th fifth Mays slumped
njiln. Two blngles sprang fiooi his
delivery Vet tho So wouldn't have
Mwed but for a demented throw by
l!odl Ward's scratch two base lilt,
uhHi Jackson lost In the wind, un out
and a wl'U pitch gave our boys one In
th" sixth.
Intermittently the Sox Jostled Mays,
hiji with men on he was tight and tidy,
and m the, eighth, after 15. Co'llns and
Weaver had Flngled, li put tin rt slow
one to ii'kson. which that ball breaker
i nped to Pratt. Kelsch, another men-
o with the nor club, filed to Bodle.
Tlio score .
NEW YOIIK (.A) I CHICAGO (A.)
ah i' li o a o1 ah r h o n
TVIf Ii.m .Mill :'. II .HMuiphv.rf I 0 I n J I
wani.sii "s:s I - i":.c'oi-,:ii :i I i ,i in
I'lim.lh ,", 'JIM J I O'Wonv'r.ss .1111 .", -J II
thuh.rr II! 2 II 01 lekon.lf 4 0 1 0 fit
MfMsel.if 4 t I .1 OPlF'elsrh.lf.. .To I 7 II 0
I'mllp i f. "It 1 tiI.CoH's.1b 4Ql TOO
t'rau.lh .10 'I a :tCi!MoM'n,ah. 0 ft 2 .111
Tlannah e II 0 I '.! unlHchalk.c.. llift .1 n n
JIpso.p . ,'ino I :nltjrnn,p... .10 1 2 10
IWIIIIa'a.p toil II (10
Tola's SOT T2T ill' Wllkrn,p. -'It 0 0 0
I Totals.,.".'.' 2 T27 11
0 t 2 .1 n n o o7
0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0-2
v oU
11 na
il'ii
'.Tied In-lly ttulli, ,1i by May, ti
fol.ih
i. i;nrmi runs air .Mivs,
i orr uini.nin j. nti wiivinnn i .p....
'Hi liln-Wnrd nnil Ituth. Tlirw tias
' ' I-.''1!' Iloi'ie nin-Itut'i. Sncrlflres
il'p Maji and IVx-h. Double plats
' '"' I'rok'npauah and Plpp: Wraier a.nd
J '. in I.ft on bswi Xef York. 5; C'hl
5". Danes on halla-ort Wllliamt, P:
''Ma . 2. of! WIIKIiivin, 2. Hlts-Off
" illania, I In 4 Innings. W Wllklnaon. .1 in
innlins. iitriirk out-lly WlHlan-a. 2. by
Mum. 2 by Wllklnaon. 2. Wild pltelt-WII-
"'on 1 oilnir pitcher Williams. Umpires
-rilnnofn and 1'rell. Time of gamf 1 hour
n, JO minutes.
llltf.INU TAUlN VP WHE8TMN0.
Jcoial (o Tnr Sin ami New Yok Hiiui.p.
Mnm.ANTOW.V, W. Vn., June 17. Wres.
ins hti tiptn rnrmatly ailoplad aa a minor
;i"rt at t Virginia University. A regu.
'a arlieiliit li bflnir arrans"! for next
innr Ti II. (run) Dayton of Lehigh has
b" n . iifaEeil to coach.
MA.NTS AM) DOIHiKltS IDI.K.
I " auf of not grounds and unreasonable
''''li" lh Clants and th Dclsera tilth
e Ml" again ytstcnlay. Th (llanta wilt
' to mrt lhlr acrlpa with tlio riraei
"'lay. nbiir tir Dodgers lll endraior to
' I'.rtaln the (,'uhf.
RACING
AT
JAMAICA
J.ONC ISI-ND
TODAY
Oceart Handicap
The Nassau Purse
AM' 4 OtllUn tiRAND CONTUSTB
niX.INMNO AT SMO r. SI.
f-PKClXl. RACK TK.UN"
lat rtnn. Station, 334 Bt and 7th
aio Matbuan Ave., urootiyn, t
lt:3s ami at Internals up to 5:80 P M.
.'it, i Air. I to lUvr.Ii St.
Jamaica, thenea bv troll.v.
(raad SUnd $3.30.' ' Udles
Including War Tax.
Dempsey Demands Quick
Decision by Carpentier
Jlust Accept Mutch for Lnbov
Day or Tnko Turn in
Future.
Ilr CHAIII.ISS Y. MATIIISO.N,
In alvlns Carpentier ore week In
whlth to decldo tthelhtr ho will meot
tho world'a champion In a match on
Uibor luy, Dempsey has taken tlu
proper course. The Krenchman and hla
astute munagcr, who huvo been bsatlmr
about the bush ever since they arrived
In this country, will tow have to show
their hands, Dcmptej's enrds aro on
tho tiihle. He will sign to meot Car
pentier Lubor Day, and thnro Is no
question that the contest could tako
pines without Interference. With more
than two complete months In which to
train, both should be In irood condition.
Ih spits of this very fair and business,
like proposition, there Is not a shadow
of doubt that the Frenchman will refuse,
He will eny that ha cannot fight In
America owing to his contract itli C.
B, Cochran, desplts tho fact that he
and his manager hpth declared when
they sailed Into this port that Cnrpcn.
tier would b ready to meet Dempsey
anywhere, America- preferred, any time.
It would appear Hint they had la mind
a social meeting; with the world's cham
pion rather than a pugilistic contest,
In fact Curpentltr will have a dozen
excuses for refusing to fight Dempsey.
The chances me good that If Dempsey
wants to box Carpentier the American
wilt have to go across the pond, and It
Is doubtful If he then gets a match.
Carpentier will sail for that dear
Paree as soon as his exhibition tour
ends the early part of next month, and
ho will not return to fight Dempsey,
Levlnsky or any other American heavy
weight. Carpentier has had a very enjoyable
and profitable experience while In this
country, to which he Is meat welcome,
and the only fault that can oo found
BROWNS MAKE IT
EIGHT STRAIGHT
Bunch Hita and Win From
Athletics, 12 to 9.
St. Louis, June 17 (American).
St. l.ouls and Phl'adelplila indulged In a
hltllnfl contest to-day and whllo the Ath
letic; nutbatted the locals, St. I.oula
bunched Its drives ard won 12 to p. It
was ths locals eighth consecutive vic
tory. Austin, the first man to face Il.isty.
who succeeded Blgbee In the third, it It a
home run, driving In W.lliams, who had
doubled. The score:
rHLAWt,P,IA (A.il HT. LOt'lS (A.)
ah r h n ' ab r h o a
rrtkes.Sh (121 .1 :i nlrohln.rf. . 4 I 1 11 nil
Ttin'avih .' 1 1 2 t ' "t,Un" 2b ? 1
Blrunk.of 411 I OOlUsVrtb. 122 A 2 0
wn'k'r.if n"l .1 o,nlti,.vi,,.f .112 a 110
MvMt.rf. 4"1 n nniwit'ln'avir r. 22 ,1 on
Prklna.e J 1 " '-'" t'stln.h. .112 n 2 ft
Oa'i'y.". J01 11 4 01 o-bor.aa. 412 I 40
ffif'i lb. sol s (i n:,,,'rim..e, a 1 n :t on
tinbccp. ino 0 1 opoth'on.p. .111 0 20
Haaty.p.. .10 1 O 1 OlWcllm'n.p 000 1 0 0
-uurrui.. 111 0 uu
-I Total.r,4 121127 12 I
Totals, lit P IS 24 1.1 It
Tlattnl for Hasty In ninth Inning.
rhlladflphla ft 1 t 0 0 0 2 I I- !1 1
8ti Louts. -.., OOTSOIIOO "is IS I
Tiro bae hits-Walker (21. Htruk, Matt,
Purrus, Williams (2). Oaeobson. Thrta has
hits Perkins. Hothomn. Horn runs Slsler.
Austin, fiacrlflce litta Slrunk. tlalloway,
Austin. DllllnKs. Hothornn. Left on bases
1'hl'adolnhla. 13; St, Imls, 7. ne on
balls-Off RtKbo. ? oft Hasty, 4; off Hoth
ornn. 4. Hlts-Off nigbtf. H In 2"-H Innings:
off Hasty. H In .11-1 Innings: off Hothomn.
IH In 1-.1 tunlnis: off WotMan, n In "-S
Innlns. Btr'iek nul-Ilv Dlcbre. I: by Pnth
oron, 1. Winning pltchtr Sothnron. losing
Itclior Illsboe, 1'ninlrcs Comoily and Jsal
lln. Time of game 1 hour and 50 mnutfs,
M'HENRY'S HOMEE DECIDES.
Knnliles Cnrdlnnls to niniilc I'hlln-
ilelphln, 1 to 0.
PiuwiiEi.PHlA. June 17 (National).
McHe'nry's home run scored the only run
of to-day's oncr.lnc game of Ihe St.
Louis scr'os. the visitors winning, 1 to 0.
Haines permitted only three hits. The
score :
ET, LOiUR (:' 1 1'HH.A. (N.
ab r '1 n a r 1 ab r h o a
Virlilt. 4 0 1 5 0 0!r"iio(r,?i. 401 ; 10
ehit-,rf 40 1 ft OOlWIsT's.of 4 0ft 4 00
oiooit.ih. .10 0 0 ftft'',,ng'l.rr ROft .1 0 0
Hor'vSb. 40 1 2 .1 OlMiMi-fl.lf... .10 0 t 0 0
P'plw lb. 4 00 8 1 OlU'obor.ss, ,10 1 1 2 0
Mflt'vcf 4 1 1 4 0 0iP'l'l.1h. 20010 00
t.aipfi nnil 4 7 im.M'lar..1b 300 0 1 0
TVb'ffr.e. .1ft 1 0 tfliWmw,c. 20 1 3 0 0
Haines ji. 2 00 t 1 Ol'T.ndmis.. 1 00 0 0 0
""""V IWhpat.c.. 0 00 1 Oft
Totats.31 1 3 27 13 1 nixey.p... 300 0 40
I TO'I'..2103 27 8 0
Patft-d for Wltherow H th eighth Innln.?.
ci i,r,uls noftfl i 000 o-t
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0-0
1ti run Mcllenrv. Snorlfl-r Hatn.
rv.uhl pla"'" Laian, llen-hy and I- ni'nlcr:
tlorn'he. I.nvnii nni I'oirnlr, Irff
l,r,...l. tul". fi; ri'llaii'p''ta. 3. na-
o-i bill' Of I'alnes, off nbc-v. 1. Hit
iv rl",s'r rtli"' (t.ivan). Pi""k o.f
Pv Halpo-. 4: bv Mxrv t. Umpires Har.
r.on nnd Mrrormlck, Tlmj of game-1 hour
and 41 minutes; ..
Itnn SOX PF.AT THIKIt".
rq;TItOIT, .'un" 17 (AirerlaL lln.ton
beat I"-trnlt In a plvhers" bal'to hcrr ln
av n,i --oii ibp onentna came of the series.
n to 1. Tl'o Hcd Hox cord In tin nnenlng
Innlrg and due to U. riu'b's superb pitching
vera rrvrr in i nnf,er. nm
nOSTfV (A.l ' DUTUHT (A.
ah r Ii n a 'I ab r i o
1'ooner rf 4 1 I 3 0 o! Vnunr,2b. .10 0 2
MrN'y.'b 20 1 1 3 O'C.Dush.rs. .1 0 0 .1
M'lifV.lf.. 3 0 I 1 0 O'Phortsn.rf "4 0 0 0
HVrvi.ef 400 3 0 OlVeach.lf., 310 .1
Mel's lb., 4 1 2 II oOlH'manrrrf 4 0 1 0
pin -l' . n A , Alr.i. i, la
00
.10
no
oo
oo
i o
r.o
1 o
4 o
no
t;oter.3b 4 00 1 2 0 Rlllson.lb. 3 0 1 1
H-ottVs,. 400 2 ,10lflnlll.3b. 40 1 2
Pohang.e. 4 00 4 0 0 A'smltb.e. 30 1 -2
J.rtush.p
.10 1 1
I oinaii.s.n.
100 2
1100 0
"rlo.'i...
Tntals.:2 2 0 27 12 0
stsnd .
10 10
no i
Tolal...2 1 3 27 1.1 0
Halted for Dauss In th flghtli Inning.
Tlo'tno 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 1-1
J,rt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 1-1
Tuo bsse Tilts 5Ii"-""krv. Mnoner. Ktoh'i
base Melnnt". Rarrtflce VoNal'v. Douhli
nla-L P-'i'h. Kn'er and Mrlinh: .'. tlus'i
and Mclnnlsi .1. Push. Rftt nnd Melnnls.
lift on i l.ae Hoslnn, 10; ivtrolt, 0. na
o-i balls-Off Pains. 3: off Husb, 3: off
Okrle. 1. Ult Off Dauss, I H 8 Innlngsj
ff Okrls. 2 In I Innlns. Btruck onl-lly
riaiiss. 1: by Hush, 2. Passed bal'-Aln-snilth.
Losln- pltcber-Dsii". Umpires
Kvans and lllldebrand. Tim of game 1
hour and 33 nilnutas.
Giants is. lMtWmrg To-day. 3i30 P. .
rnln.dromids. Adm. 7V.1.1n Ino.Tax. stii.
National and American League Records.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
NATIONAL l.KAGl'E.
M. Iinl. il ridladelphla. 0.
All other games .were irastponrd on ac-
count of rain.
STANDING OF
Wsa. l.st. V.V.
SS 81 .MB
18 tl .HI
.1a !.l .Mm
17 13 .319
1 11 .811
II 23 .M7
I 20 .411
19 .'I jai'l
Cincinnati ,
Hrnnklin ...
Kt. lainls...
Cllrago ....
I'Htsbnrg ...
Boston ....
New VrV . .
rhll3d:l?l.U
41
40
.VI
.VJ
4.1
44
31
3D
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
nit.barg la New York.
I'blcugn In Brooklyn.
UiKlitanll In llosten.
8t. Leals la Philadelphia.
Gives Carpentier
a Week to Decide
SAX KKANCISCO, Jupe 17.
"Oeorgos Carpentier will have
one week in which to decide
whether ho wants to fight Jack
Demptey for the world's heavy
weight charoplonahlp on or before
Labor Day, and .If he does not meet
this demand It must bs taken for
granted that he does not want .o
meet thii champion," Jock Keann,
Dwupsey's manager, said here to
day. "Putting '.he match over until
he roturns frjm Kuiopc docs not
satisfy us.
"Wo will gt Carpentier ono week
to say whether ho wants to fight
Dempsey on or hefore l,nbr Day. H
he doesn't want fight then Demp
sey will start a campaign among tho
other heavyweights of the world."
with him is his lack 3f lfi t
his real intentions i .sardlnK n matc.i
,wlth Dempsey.
There semis to bo s disposition l:i
some quarters to force Kred Fulton Into
tl.n i-!i.. uilth Tart' TlomnaoV. To those
who saw the meeting between these
boxen laat Julv at Harrison Field.
p.. ,T In which the hostilities ended In
eighteen second', there seems to be an d.imerous and only .Syracuse Is regarded l,lc ""-""i """"""
element of cruelty In tho proposal again Jns hiving (in equal chance to win. 'Johnston will meet Major Dudley, on ux
to have tho Plastcier face the SiIt Like The Columbia freshmen eight nt-ifoid IJIuc, and W. T. Tilden will meet
ajmoon, However, If the persona who.,lract'd much uttentlon and It Is be-1 the Japuncss player, -Zonzo Bhhnldsu.
think Ferocious Frederick has chnnco llcved that ths New Yorkers are hound I Johnston scored u convincing Uclory
against the champion Insist on It, the
meet may take place. .Nevertheless It
hardly seems Just to Fulton
Ths defeat of Jim lllgglns, bantam
champion of Ungland, by Chat lie Le
doux, bantam champion of Hurope, at
Peggy Bettlnson's new club it Holland
Park, London, was not the only reverse
suffered by England on that occasion,
Mike Honeyman, the featherweight title
holder, was vanquished by Arthur Wjns.
the bantam champion ot Belgium. Wyns
knocked out Hone) man In tho tenth
round of a fight In which. thu Briton
never had n chance. Since last Decem
ber Ihigland has had four cliampiore
beaten In International bouts Jleckett
by Carpentier. Bashnm by Lewi. Ilig
Kim by I.edoux and Honeyman by
Wyns. The Belgian is said to b a stiff
puncher.
Kid Lewis, who recently stopped
I Johnny Hatham. the weljer champion of
! Kng'and. was subjected to crltlcltui re
garding his war record while In Knglnnd
and retorted: "It Is a He to say fliat I
was got most anxious to serve my coun
try from the beginning of the war. 1
volunteered the moment war broko out,
but I was not accepted on mcJIcal
grounds. I then went to Amerlta. and
at the first possible opportunity Joined
the American Army. They appointed
mo uymnastlc Instructor, nnd I had
through my hands between 30,000 and
40,000 men, whom I Instructed In bay
onet practice and physical drill. I
challengs anybody to quesllon my pa
triotism ; nobody can. I rjg.ird It as n
groat scandal that people hliould make
such statements behind my back."
Frank Moran announces his willing
ness to take on Carpentier on any terms.
It cannot be denied that a match be
tween Moran and Carpentier would be
very Interesting.
. Shamus O'Brien, and Vic Moran' will
furnish the chief fireworks at the Bay
onne A. A. to-night.
Andy Chancy, leading contender for
the featherweight title, will meet Johnny
Murray at the Armory A. A., Jersey
City, next Monday night, avid It should
result In n good bout.
RAIN AGAIN HALTS TENNIS.
New York State Tournament Will
r.xtrnU Into N'cxt Week.
Another postponement yesterday be
came of rain makes It certain no.v that
the New York Stato tennis champion
7ilp for men at the Orange Itwn Ten
nlB Club will extend Into next week.
Twenty-six players, tho majority of them
In tho fourth round, cannot he eliminated
within two days' plBy. Quite a num
ber of the suivlvors are entered in the
metropolitan championship, which opens
to-morrow on the courts of the New
York Tennis Club, and their first round
matches will have to bo held open for a
day or so to permit them to complete
their New York 'State tournament con
tests. The women's New Jersey tennis cham
pionship at the same club still has a
chance lo wind up on scheduled time.
By playing two rounds to-day, one In
the early afternoon and the other ssv
eral hours later, the field can be re
duced to the survivors in the tlth
round. Only seven women aro left to
contest for the tlt'c.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.'
KKSl'l.TS 01' Vr.STF.KDAVS (iAMKS.
All games were postpona on account of
rS'n' ST.ANDI.Nfi OK THK CLUBS.
w. l. rr, 1 w. i.. VI-,..
rtuffalo... M 11 .fiS'llnsndlnr .. 21 2P .141
Toronto... 3 10 ,42I.Icrsc.v City 21 31 .-"'l
llnltlmora, 3" 10 .iP7'norhfatcr.. 2ft 31 .170
Akron 20 21 .ftsnJSyracuae... 13 SS .2-13
GAMP.S i('lli:i)lH.KI) FOR TO-DAY.
Buffalo In Jersey City.
Akron In Bjracuse.
Hochfiler In Ttcadlng,
Toronto In Daltlmore.
SOl'TlinrtN ASSOCIATION.
, t lllrmlngbam
rlrnilnsham
Memphis
rattorlea Moilsson and Tftera;
M.icr.
At New Orlfans
New Oi leans
Chattanooga
Iial'erlff Phillips and, rxbcrrr
nn'i Vel'Tkoni.
. .Mobllc-
Mohllo
Naihlll
Hat tertes Fulton and Coleman:
Knhlheckrr.
The Atlanta-Little nook rame
ponad.
n
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II. K.
13 n
Albrli and
v. . a.
2 it II
ii ::
tl.irrl.all
it. p. i:
..2 8, t I
Hodge and
at post-
RASTIlttN I.IIAOll
ranies wtre pastponcl un a'.ount rf
ll
ratn.
HA-H'.ltAI.!, TO.DAY. RnillTT FIHI.D
tlioollin is Cht.-s-rn. l-.lft I' M. u.
AMKRICAN Ltaiili:.
New York, Il CMeigo. .
Pnstnn. 21 Irettir, I. '
M. Ioli. 12' n-llKdflnM.i. 3.
The ' lerlsud-Wns' lnton gnuie mis post
pnnrd on nrcmjnt f rail.
THE CLUBS
ri'jed.
Wan.
il
ri
v
i
23
-14
15
t.
17
?1
24
,M
23
37
31
33
p. r.
.073
fleirlirul ..,
New Vnrk.
Cld-Sfti
IWlcn
Waal'ln-lnn ,
St. lnd...
Jlflrnlt .. .
r iiiiV!p:ii,t
3!
30
33
41
!
. 51
51
;J
1 o
.411
ill
Vr- l.i t", Irilf..
Uostun 1 1 Detroit,
lliUsdflpbls la M. Ucls.
Washington In t If I eland.
COLLEGE OARSMEN
' PRACTICE IN RAIN
Cornell, Columbia and Syra
cuse in Light Workouts,
j Crc(ul lu Tiis Sun sn Nsw Vosit IIkmm.
Ithaca, N. V., Juno n.DrtMlIng
rains that fell most of the nfternoon
niado this another dlsairreoablfl day fur
I the twelve crews that nr tuning up on
.Cayuga Lake for tlio big regatta on next
Saturday, but all of them manoucd
'.m ,,, am tl,A .,. lu. tl.la iiftprnnnil
(for what probably wits the last extended
practice of the week. In fact, for uor- oon riumMi, V""'-" i.
Jncll. Columbia and Hyracuse to-day's glcs champion, defeated M, J, 0. Hltchle
workouts wero of a light nature, but tho In the fifth louml of the Ixindon lawn
Pennsylvania crews, which up to tho , tennis championship lournament here to.
i time they reached hero had not at-, !. Johnston won, In straight Bets by
tempted any two mlla mclnjr. were given worcs of C2, 6 J,
.it thoroiish test by Coach Josr.ih Wright. ' Tho elimination of the vctorflti Lngllsh
1 Tho Columbia crews wero out lato this Internationalist, who won decisively from
'afternoon, going dpivn the west courte. Norrls Williams, 2d, of Iloston yestcr
.Tho Quakers had prtceded them an.l fol- day, was taken to Indicate that tho Call
I lowing them came tht Hrscuse crews, 1 fornlun hnd reached tho height of Ms
iwnicn stucu out aionaiin eastern snore,
,The Cornell clglits were the lost on f.ic
sceno and Courtney did not work them
.very hard, sending tl.em off to o fw
ruclng starts and then to a fairly stiff
...ii.. L i.
wh o i Htnr i nut n nn lla aHlrii a lore,
m,taklng the fact
tmt coey,,, varfltJ, tan powor.
,,,, combination and cannhle of racing
Its best lo give oi take a challenge.
it i 4in,innht.Hiv .n,.o,inr m .bo vor.
itv tlint beat Princeton, Ynln nnd Hnr'
-
ivtiril. Illl. Iborn ar Knmrt nhurti.rt nlm
1 iHieve that tlio eight has gono back a
I bit. Xovertholefs It is nenerallv arreed
that Cornell In the Junior race will be
jto he factors In the earllng race. Some
rowing fans placo them on a par with
Syracuse. But no ono so far has ven
tured lo class them with the Cornell
yenrllngs, The advance contingent of
the rogattn crowd began to nrrlve this
evening. Hotels are filling up and the
first call for outside accommodations
came In to-day. ,
FIND THE GATES LOCKED.
Allnntn Hefuara lo Piny I.lttlr
Unci. With Mrntnn Plnylnvc.
Atijsta. (5.1. June 17. When mem
b s of the Little Bock luissJiall team r
r'ved nt Pour - do l.on Park, tho South,
em A'Foclntlon ground hero, thli nfter
noon for the scheduled game with At
Iniit'i thv fnnml the gitcs lock'd
agilnst thom. The maiintroment o' th"
Atlni'tii club, totethe- -villi ofllclnls of
the Mobilo ni.ri ChatHniogi teams, had
announred earlier In Hi" day that no
games would be played with Little Hock
ns long ns Casey Smith and Tom S'aton,
formerly' of the San Francisco Pacific
Ovist League club, appeared In tho Lit
tle Hock llns'ir.
The two players, against whom nro-trU-
Invo boon made to Soulh,"-n Asn.
"'Htlpii nrtlclnlp. wo-i -ilffned hv Llttl"
Pork nfter they hrd beon released by
"ii Prcnc'sco 'or a'lp"ed "lonorlsniiin
Mko cirduct. Tlie L!ttl flock manager
had nnnoiincd th.it Smith would appear
In the pltchcr'u box to-day.
Rv FRt-Vifn. Jupp 17. fpsey
S't'i nnil Tom Soato". forrT"- pitchers
o' the 5f Francisco cl"b of the Pacific
Const Leag"p, reported to-day ns In
volveil In a Smithrin Assorlnt'on contro
ersy. wc-o ilionped n month hko from
the f-nn Fr,inoaCo team "for the good
of baseball." President Charles dr.ilmm
of the club announced. Their release
runic during an Investigation of alleged
gambling at the basebnll nark, but Ora
ham's statement nt the time anld tliey
were not directly connected with the
'rumbling charges.
AMKIIICAN ASSOCIATION
. At Indianapolis (first game)
Columbus
Indiananolli
Ilatterli-s Oorre, Ilarper and
.lon-r and Onssrtt.
At l-illarapolls (second game)
Colunihti-
Indiana noils
Ten Inninir.
It. It. V.
4ga
ft li 2
Hartley;
n. H. K.
.1 10 0
4 13 1
Patterlos-McQulUan and Hartley!
Petty
anu I'enune,
At Loulsilllr n. It. D.
Toledo 7 .l 4
LnulMllle , ft t4 1
Hat'orl"- Mli'dleton nnd Murphy; Tlncup,
Wriht, firahum nnd Kocher.
Other teams were not scheduled.
OPBN Allt lMHTTfl.
PIIIL.VDF.l.riHA. Juno 17.-nsln to nlht
serin .caurod the postponement of tho l oxlnt
bouts at RhllM Park, the fentum of whkh
vs. lo biv he'i sii clrht rou'i I f rh' be
tween Johnny Wilson, n;i.lillcol;ht (ham.
nlon, and Ausle Itatmr of New ork. Tli
bouts wne called off "null further rollx '
Jamaica Entries.
First lis re Foe two-year-old maidens,
claiming; five furlongs.
Index. Wt.1 Index. Wt.
420 'Siirurcln .. to-l H7 i.adv Inltt..10ii
4?n lh.iin . ..1011 Kxploslva ...101
i"1 Ti'nrnhedRo .1121 420' Mary Head. .100
4"1 'filadvs ... PSI Kir Mortimertftd
4ft1 Csnteeu CI"'.!!"!! 420 Mat. R KenttOI
Sornnd Itai-c Three-) car-oWs and upward:
olslmlns; all furlongs.
Index, Wt.Hrdci. Wt.
- r.riaran ...till SOI 7rtusio lift
nt ribrorh ..,.1201 Caddie. 11.1
3.10 .t Alf. Clarkionl -N'e'io Vorkc.lft.1
- Link Tlnv.... 1031 270 Lnd's Love. .11.1
S02 Mil. Hystein.1011 - llrlsk 113
- .ins Joe 1101201 r'rank Watersl13
2!W Varlon HorsllOI .100 Illndootan ..113
- Phl'iipie ....1131 40.1 Mghtsllck ...120
Tlilrd r.ace Kour-year-olds and upward;
relllng, one mllo aod seventy yards.
Index. Wt.llndox, Wt.
2H nar Cov. ..10l' 418 'Tltlo 101
."81 Manoeuvre -till H Tapaguer .101
18 Asterisk ....10dl 418 Plerrc-a-Feu 107
(,"H Cherublno .1011 418 Airman 100
J8 r.-vor 1001 418 '(tolder't Bo"l07
4"1 Thistle Qu'n.'Oft' 411 Ilaslllus ,,,..tfl1
.11 rhslarts ....1071 118 Mr. Specs.... 101
41H Paddv Dea-.112l 2W 'Irlat 103
Pourth Pst Three-year-olds and upward;
selling; handicap: ono mile and a sixteenth,
Index. Wt.l Index. wt.
(411) Thrift OH r01 Cryatalford ..10(1
4?7 Teiley nn'f ini) Damrosch ...11.1
(KH) Kashmir ...110! J"8 War 8moke..100
,181 1. fllorleu".,1 131(410) Sunflsah 2d.l2
joi R. riracon rdooi 410" T. McTagg't..11t
Fifth nnce Threc.year-olds and upward;
one mile nnd a alxteanth.
pdo. Wt.llodax. ivt.
ii"T ",.. Kivs.in.1 till 433 Oier There.. 128
21)2 "'l-r 1iomo.113 Nat'l Bridge.. Il'l
- ....Iwlnl 11 11
Hlxt1) Race-Two-) ear-olds; selling; fle
furlongs.
Index. t, lyyindax. Wl.
- Mnmhl ....loll Suprb 112
.- Mdi- I.Hllanll'i1 ."87 Omar K 112
I'sVsKian ,.11'T J"l" 'on''g Face. 11'
n MTary iVb..''!" MO finrc 117
r"' tir'ni Crepe. if' 123' Poll) ann ....101
417 IVf-ood ..1001
pnrpMtlco a'lnusnr. claimed.
Vot''er cloudy; Irark good.
AUTOMOBILE AUCTION
.VanTassell & Kearney
1 (EstaMl.hed 1831). '
; 126428 Erst 13th St.,
Today. Fr day, June 16, i
AT 11 O'CLOCK NOON. '
T1IH MAI.B WIM. IWIPISINB A (iIll'.AT I
&it"(,I'KnTV 0F ,,,m:i,rNT ' HN
" L. R. DUNKLEY. Auctioneer.
'' , 1 , , r
Uouj PoHillon Rorrr-sin
NeW baniliaCCargain
7 Pawcnger Tcurin
Walters
i .
- - 220 East 138 St.
HORSES AIID CAr.HIAG2S.
ITIlt SALK-Ten Shetland and Wilsh punl,
(',r in.ii o poil"", four pclo por.L -. s&i
crne3 carts and pony trapi, pony bridles,
saddles and hamtsa. also three cowboy sad.
dies. WCin. 4K East 53d II., -i!!. Tele
phone Plaza 02 (2,
Johnston and Tilden
Win on London Courts
Anicricnn Clininpioii Uofcntn!
.M. J. (i. Ititcltic, Conqueror !
of Williams. ,
I.oniio.v, June U. William M. John-
i miiiw lonn una win na n iui miuauic
i m
contender In the Urltlsh championships
' ' Win at Wimbledon next 1 onday.
William T, Tilden, 2d, of Philadelphia,
?ny other American icmalnlne n
trie touinamorit. also was victorious In
.e fifth round. He heat U. I, 0. Norton,
62, ,7-1.
Johnston, paired with Tilden, scored
In'Presslve .victory In tho roiirtli
.round of the doubles, The American
, , , i ,..,.., i , - . , , , , , , i , i ,
i,a) iti, elite IIIV IIIIVI inn vim I ion,
sistlng of Randolph hyeett of Australia
nu Hopcr nurrett of Bngland, two
' 0111 of threo sets, by scores of 8 t, 3 ,
', l" , ,
the case and accomplished finish ot all
his hard volleys, which made tho game
SUN AND HERALD
JAMAICA, June IT. Wenther
nn8TnACH-Fli.fnr.ongr. Tin,,.
l' :.
..it,,, ,u. ...
2, by Ultlmus-Ilunorflln.
iiixnrr.
Midgiey.
Indtx. llor-e.
Wt
It"
1 1
112
II.
' ', Fin.
I'd v, 1"
i'u;i 2
2".j 3"t 3'
7 II I
:i 4 .
r. ri it
S!2 flood flye
Ilcacon
ltd Jl. Cadcau... ,
,".112' I'lesrnt
t17 Dayllr.bt Hav j
.1H7' Dolly C
2731 Marjnrle M . .. .
Darclng Maid.
417 llnnksla
II II
fi
I
a
i
ii
ii
ii
8
Clnro l inm-os
II
in
10
10
... a .ii as-.. rt I a 1 1
',n?s r, ; ;
MiieniW CSS force., to raeewM. snd e --d conslderab .
fVo i. home" bu t weakened at th end. nanksla wns eiowtled on the rencc m uio runmn
hnd a rough trip aim ran u um
a-iil had no chalice. Clara Frances broks slowly and nau ino mn.
Vratel.fl-I.ady 8 HI'. Mary Marlan,MI2: Joan Miwlr, 112.
.... .... ...ninou. ei. i,,rf...a. Time. 1 :i:t 1-5. Purse, tl.03i.43. added. a!ue to
tH
.lALNU.lC.Tra.n.F.M Taylor ...O.c.PI.e.J.
l.i.luv llftrsn.
:-Ril I.unetta i ' l
I'HH otorla France. .IH "
( Ills Choice 11. 4
33.1ncd Bed Hose. .Ill 3
- Carllne f? 101 ?
::.v, nnbldlnn m I
rtd Betty J 'J' 1 J
sr-'I Forever 111 12
3.11 Mllo. Vivian.... 111 0
2(111 I-ovely HI '
4' 2'U1
2V, ft 3'
r.i, ftHirt'
S s n
3
0
1
4
13
10
1
7
4
.1
II
n
to
t:
noigian v!"i'cn..iii
M Rw,,t iusio ii
401 Substitute 101
13
soma spued. Mile. Vivian bail scam cnan
Hcratched-Arathusa, 114.
.ns. Tinnn nAOB-Mlle and a sixteenth.
Koon specil, ui'i ii'i'"n.
l:U at.iT iv ..-nnd.. 1200: third,
.Limine. Off. 3:30. Start gona,
bv Trap Bock Marie I'rancea,
Irdev Horse. Wt. PP. BU tl , H
H
J18i Ballast
11014 3
2iu2i li
41 (treat dull.. 111
423 Tom Brooks. 104 i
".r.2 Hong Kong. 108 rt
421 nicoehct ... 03 J
,1!"i Beauty Sleep 103 1
.ion noher.na-B'a 0" 8
421 Kellhtr .... 100'S
2n.nV.r much the best, and
I tl II Im I-
1 1.1 12 11 11
hndUna1Uthrous . Vh. Tn?l fur onTcilir aVrenc'e met with Tom. Interf.renci on the
hand all thtougl 1 me imai ,u"nJ- rt choic, w clo0 quarters all th way
bV,r.yrcmn..?jtr fed nys. flol.hed.trengh-.CaH.na 8. .hewed
... ...A l..nn. In SirVICIl. Ilflll . VWfc'Vlll v.u.l, . .......
. . u --i.. W-iLn.d alone the rest of the way. l.rcat (lull was as easuy secona oesi.
S r'tf5 " earf? closed soma ground and finished resolutely. Hong Kong, very
lorn Broo ;. ""'"'ii,0 (inlshed going wall, nicoehct quit badly after allowing a
flash of iarty ? speed. nKi'ty BI.2J had no axcuae. Boher-na-Breena ran an Improved
rttC0Jwe!Ghtre.r?"h'l: Ballast. 3H: K.l.her. 1W.
t?m,nni ninif-RIi furlonss
Time.
TtlO ijsoo For three-year-olds and upward,
good,
won ridden nut. Tiara drlvl -
sine.
Tn,Lv llni-SO.
rwn,-r It. P. Wlirini..
V.'t. P.P
Kt.
it
,im Tl,. rlrlt lit
.i
3
A
3,
4
8
4 '1
1'4
3
(4:t) Peter Piper.... 23
420 Audacious JJi
!)l Constanev . 11-
(118) Tlpp'y Wltchet.123
421 Krewer JjV'
.130 Ticklish ion
r.nai o d Kocnis
1
t -i..b ! bandied, was raieo
T,iVJ ; .'irinjr In the last furlong, was
. ,.V,fd Audacious, never far from
Peter Pit
rnstrslnt
"? i i in the final drive. Constancy waa In close quarters all the way. Tlpplty
WUcKprun to thV afretch. was, going well at ths and. Oth.r. were never con-
""ficratched-Haaten On. 03; Luculllte. 133.
...T-ri. TiAfiE-XIUs and a alxteenlh. Time. 1:48.1-3. 1.237.43 added: lalue to
I',."' ,. i.,.r tMlT.43: second. 1200; tlilrd.
i. Handicap. Off 4:31. Start
plica easily. . Winner biv. g.. 4. oy
4, by
n-..in n. Iv. Moore,
indax. Horse.' Wt VV. Bt. ( , U
vn nromwell ... 07 ! - l.'tl.
u :
1U-J
,1i
4
r,
427 Thunderst'm 107 n
Vexatious ..100 4
.1
3
3
3
As.1 Srr,;;;'"t n .14222 4 mcai .1.1 0-2 4.1 o-s 2-.1
'''nJJ.u left tha post running and hustled along all the way, stood a stretch drhe
Cromwell I'll li". V"!"' ', D. fr..j . . h on lha 1 rst urn.
in rirms in
4
gamely tn XnKlo0;,1: tllrn ut of the backatretrh. closed on tha winner In the atretch.
Vr'!lm .t t' e end Vexatious broke slowly and was blocked on tha first turn.
Vtit hung r an. ai . i e b , rinsed some ground. Cirrus raced In Improved
t " "nS- T1,t" bl1,y M'd t""1 UP h'n
W 'oh'rwel'ht-Thunder.torm, 1 .
i in qtVTII naCK-Flve furlongs, Tlm. ;00 1-3. 11,037,45 added, ahie to wln-4-1-U
,,Vr M7 II- seropd, 1200; third, 1100.' For two-year-olds tbat have not won
.nno off 3-03. Blart good. Won easlle. Plaen drlitng. Winner, b. c, 2, by
'.r.:Lni:inre'lnr. Owner. A. H.
ilna Wt. PP. Ht. is '-
C.en. '. M. "oz " "
4i2 sr. Michael.... 110. 8
n'n..-'" 4
ii; 11 2'
3 .1 " 3
Tin nrlola 1.0 11
Transient
f33.1l rinrlbus .
380' Moody ....
,11m Daisy,
1'1U
8
T
1.1
11
10
3
0
4
14
. IfO 1ft
..110 7
H'l is
110 3
r.7i ii.Vr. af tlio X. Ill 12
unonme
Balt.vntw J JO J
Klnttle JJO -
TlLomlnston ..110 a
.147
42:
Irish Sea 110 1
3
7i..i , t M : Cioniri' ran like a high class
i r'info aubmlsslon and won gSlloplng.
Oriole into aubmlsslon
rlCoerwe!g!it-Trasleni. 114:
Hern of
Scrstched-Merapi". nu.
Dry Moon, 120.
A GREAT
fiur Tire i Tute 1 V.llli.'WVl 1 -J Greatest SlKk of
3 Day Sale Pi:uiHli 50 Bast Mafcis
A Luchy Purchase of Lee Tires (slightly blemished)
32x3V2, $15; 33x4, $16.50; 32x4V2, $17,50; 34x4i2, $18;
Republic Tires (blemished), 35x5 & 37x5, $21; Other
sizes
j Ford Sizes (Guaranteed), 30x3, $12; 30x3i2, $15
I Best MakCS
j voBD SIZE3 IBLF.MISIIKD1. lM TO 12. SIN MKE3.
AH our Goodyear Tubes, $1.35, $1.75, $2.25
Firestone (Firsts), 35x5, 36x4i2, 37x5; 40 Saved
2,000, 35x5 Tires. $18, $20, $22, $25, $30, $35, $42
i 1 tHflVBT JTrlrTIC AMI f J 111
7,000 Shoes, All Makes, All
Used Tires ai Any rnce 10 wear
fig- NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS
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'I
1681 Broadway,
Brookljn Cranch tOpen Eunlngj
Leading Hitters
in Major Lcaguct
A.MKDH'AN UWOIX.
ris,fr nno flub. n. a. it. h. 17-
SUtrr. Ht. Iul 5S 5I J'
Hpeakrr, CleieUnd,...M 1J J -JS
Jiilitn! thlriis.,. .,43 101 1 M
Milan, Wa.hinslwn. . . . 2J0 Jj JJ -J'
ATI0NAI. IJtAOUK.
flaer nsri luh. 0. AM. It. II. TX".
llornbr, Ht. IUl,.,U JIB Jl s .Ml
,,fcrr. t'lnrUnll... 1M JJ X Jjl
Unit, Vlwlimatl."....m ,JJ : Ot hJM
Duncan, I'luclnmitl, . .,! lA n .M
look aupremely easy. Tllden's victory
over Norton, the JO-ye&r-oM South
African champion, was due to superior
base line drives.
BLUE FOR AMERICAN HORSE.
Urorir Watt' Hurry Ovtcn Wins
In Olytnpla Itln.
U.s'not;. June 17. The Olympln Horpe
Show attracted a large attendance to
night to witness tho driving and Jump
ing competitions. Geotgo Watts of New
Jersoy took first prize In the class for
trotters with Qarry Owen snd third
prise In the same event with his mnro
Yankco tilrl.
During the drive around the arena
there was a collision between Carry
Owen and the pony Master Ideal. V al
ter Wlnuns, who was uriviug
thrown nnil drnffged some
dUtance. but resumed his scat ana
gained the second prize,
RACING CHART,
. lond I track fast.
lBiLJSIL. ' Off. S
Won hinm" Vlactckaliy7 W.nn,r; b. f.
,,....,.w"r,,, - i. OT..llf.l. Trslnpr. .
P..
wiir.r. . i.i.u .,.,,..
Jocko .
Ambrose.
Kfta . . .
Kuril me r
Kohut'gt r
Pator
i.'orey
I ton an. . .
Bande
Knsor. . . .
Opcn.IllBh.alosa.Plara, 8li.
II-
3-3
1-3
1.VI
4-1
0.1
4-t
12-t
.10-1
10-t
20-1
20-1
4-1
1(1-1
(l-l
1.V1
30-1
r.-i
20-1
13-1
Id-r,
R-l
3-1
13-1
no-1
13-1
13-1
n.i
3-t
3- 3
K-3
4- 1
3-1
-l
5- t
3-t
,1-1
2-1
fl-l
12-1
0-1
11-1
8-1
8
n
Myers
iiO-t
r.o-i
:o-t
4-
ItnlfK n 1111 llr I IT ill NTtll.ilJ Him
Beaoaa
courage.
, u , wim xe.nent
speed. Present
Daylight Sailng was rcshed up tlirea lurionga
Kitmmer". . 3-2 "-S 10-3
fi-3
.1.:
2' Turner.... 3-1 3-1 0-1
31 Hande .1-2 3-1 3-2
I Pator.. . 10-1 13-1 10-1
3 llabln,... 20-1 JO-1 20-1
ft Coltllcttl. 13-1 M-l 12-1
T Kelaay... 20.1 .10.1 2.1-1
S Krhuttln'r M-l 20-1 M-t
II Itlce 10-1 10-1 fi-t
10 Mooney... 30-1 .10-1 .10-1
11 Zoellcr.. 100-1 ino-l loo-l
12 McAtee... 30-1 30-1 f0-1
'.A
1-1
4-1
8-1
3-1
10-1
(!!
10-T
40-1
11
1- 2
2- 1
4-1
.1-1
H-.1
3-1
20-1
10-t
JO-1
J0-1
Ponce.... .10-1 fto-i no-i
10-1
i,i.
. u.o
Tims, 1,18 1-3, rurse. 11,037.43
alus to
unward :
tlOO. For t iree-year-ohJsand
rhiner. .t. M. COLLINS. Trainer. .1. L. Donovan
"on :" '.i'"'1" "". V"""' V
M Fin. Jockey. Open. Hlh. Close. rises, Sh.
! i" Hawaii ... s- .1-1 i-s i-
r.n' s 2" 2 Mountain.. 4-1 0-2 4-1
(t ,11ft. lis 3 Bone 10.1 13-1 13.1
8 7 7 3 4 Bnson ...10-1 13-1 13.1
1 1 2 4 3 ( o'tllettl ..10-1 20-1 20-1
s 4 II it r-1ney .,10-1 1.1-1 13-1
,1 4 T T Callahan.. Sft-1 30-t Sft-1
w a a 3 ft llsrrstt ..3ft.1 40-1 30-1
4-3
3- 1
4- 1
B-l
4-1
8-1
R-3
1-3
1- 1
8-1
2- 1
0.3
.1-1
S-t
going to the front on the turn out of th. back-
1:12 3-3. 12.000 added. Value to winner.
nainbow Handicap. Off, 4:02, start
r. Winner, cli. c 3, oy uroomsiicx-rana
.rn - nrr, J, iiuwr,
Fin.
Jockey. Ocen.lllxh. Close. PI. Ph.
1
24
3
4
'
Ambroaa ... 4-1 3-1 S-t 1-1 1.2
nice 3-2 7-2 g-1 1-1 12
Kummcr .. 4-1 0-2 7-2 T-3 3-3
Sande R-l ' 10-1 8-1 3-t 8.3
Barrett .... 8-1 8-1 3-1 2-1 l-l
Fator 10-1 12-t 1S-1 3-t 3-2
Kelsay ....13-1 20-1 20-1 8-1 4-1
Turner 0-1 10-1 10-t 4-1 2-1
going away at the end. Teter Plpar, under
tha pace, lost soma ground In th. stretch
"' " "., "
1100. For three-year-olds snd Howard. Men-
good tnr a'l but vexatious.
Won ifvln!
i iauou-Aii.ci.
Plaudit-Affect, Owner, 5Ira. C. K. MOOItK.
M Fin. Joekev.
Open.HUh.Closa.PIare. Rh.
.1.1.1 2(1-1 M-1 4.1 .-,
. .1-2 4-1 4-t 1-1 1-1
, 7-.1 7-3 4-3 1-4 -
ti4 t coltllettl
? ." Turner .
r 3" Ambroaa
. - . I Fstne ..
r.-i 3-1 r,.t 7-i
01 .,
Trainer. W. McDanlet.
11-1.
.locKey, upan.iinn.uiose.riars. un.
1'
Murray
3.1
8.1
3-1
3.1 7-2 7-3 7-10
linsor, ...
nowan...
Sande....
Turner...
Ambrose.,
coltllettl.
Mvera....
Bice
Monner. .
10-t 3-1 2-1 1-1
3-t P-2 8-3 7-10
20,1 Ift-1 8-1 4-1
8-3 3-2 .1-3 1.4
10-1 8-1 .1-1 8-3
20-1 20-1 8-t 4.1
20-1 13-1 R-1 S-l
.10-1 20-1 8.1 4.1
,10-1 ."0-1 15.1 B.
.10-1 ."0-1 12.1 0.1
.10-1 .1(1-1 12.1 8-1
4
3
n
T
8
n
to
li
12
13
1.1.1
8-3
8.1
1.1.1
13-1
201
.10-1
Callahan. .10-1
Zoeller.... 30.1
Ponee...
30.1 ion.1 loo-i 40-t ;n-i
14
nanillton.
!0-l 20-t 1.1-1 fl-l J-l
eo'l Wept tn ths front
St. Michael finished str
at ths start, rsred
ronrr Oriole ran hli
the North,
SUCCESS
i,neay
Lit I ULft JTnlJ I ..Mil II Kjli afl.k f IIHO.
Sizes; 30 to 50 Saving
corner 53a St.
Until, 9 V. M.), at 1331 Bedford At.
CUBAN HORSES SCORE
AT JAMAICA TRACK
Cromwell and Gen. J. M. Go
met Run Impressive Races.
Il- HILMIY v. KIXU.
Cromwell and Uenernl J M. domes,
two'horsea whldi created sensations In
Cuba last winter, showed big crowd
of local racegoeis at Hie Jamaica track
yesterday afternoon that they aro not
p'aters. Cromwell defeated Thunder
storm, Over There, Vexatious and Cirrus
In the Montague Handicap and General
aomjs ran nway from u big floUl of high
clasa oungsterj In the final.
Both won Impressively and earnel a
host of friends. So well did Ihcy run
(hut they must be taken Into considera
tion In nil rates of the future. Crom
well carried only T pounds, and with
this feather ou his buck ran ths Lett
race of his caricr. Ho went to tho front
soon after the' start and was never
headed. Over There chased him for
three-quarters ot a mile and then quit.
Thunderstorm then took up the chase
and closed up n b't; gnp, but the Cuban
champion hung on tenaciously, and
standing a hird drive all through tlie
horaestrotclt remained In front to win
by a heutl. Thunderstorm too); the place
I onors, elglit'J'iutha ahead of Vexatious.
Clrrun was a similar distance back and
Over There was beaten nearly a six
teenth of a ml'e.
Vexatious ran a disappointing rnce.
She had worked exceptionally well for
Ihe, event and James Bows was con
fident she would score an easy victory.
At' ths banter she was fractious, and
when the webbing went up she was
harking up. This cost hsr several
lengths nnd caused either her or Jockey
Ambrose to sulk. To tho crowd It seemed
ns If Vexatloas wanted to rnce .up lo the
leaders and that Ambrose held her under
light restraint. In ihe homestretch she
was too far behind to have a chance
and sh ambled homo lit third place.
Gen. Qomex's raco was' a high class
one. He dlsptayed a great burst of
sueed and tan as If ho could carry it
over a distance of ground. Some horse
men stamped him as a worthy opponent
for Dlmmesdale. Tryster and Prudery.
At the end of the five furlong Journey
ho was eight lengths In fiont of Gilford
A. Cochran's Ht. Michael, which got up
In the last Jump to take second plnw by
a head from Oriole.
Dr. Clark, tlio throe-year-old sou of
Broomstick and Panastne, which raced
under the name ot Sammy last year,
carried Harry Payne Whitney's silks to
an easy victory In the Rainbow Handi
cap, n sprint at-'slx furlongs. He ran a
remarkable race and won rrom urn.
Payne Whitney's famous old prlnter
Peter Plpct In a driving finish bv a
half length. Morton L. SchwarUM Au
dacious was third. .
Despite Dr. Clark's brilliant raco It Is
a question as to whether or not he was
tho best In the event. Kummsjr rone
Audacious like a novice. His work was
somewhat similar to Johnny Lotlus's
ride which bent Man o' War In the San
ford Memorial at Saratoga last sum-
mer. He got nts cnarge inio a. voenrv
early and kept him pinned In until well
Into the Btretch. Then he extricated,
himself and ran Into another one, In
which ho remained lo the end.
Mrs. Payne Whitney's Good Bye
waved Ida tall goodby t1 a big fit-Id of
juvenile fillies at Ihe barrier In the first
event and diJ not see them agsln until
she returned to tho scales. She led from
start to finish and won by a length ana
a half. Walter J. 8almon's Beacon, a
full brother to Blazes, was second.
The second race brought out a big
band of good three-year-old Allies. J.
J. Hallenbach's Lunetta was the best
of the field and won by half a dosen
lengths, aiorlft France was second and
His Choice third.
KIROV AftnlVF.S AT ANTWERP.
ANTWEBP. June IL-Oustavua T. Klrbr.
...... . .... 1 . , . . .. UMnln Onn,,
presiasni oi ine .nii:ni.-ii v,ii,.u
mittes, arrived at Antwerp early this after
noon On ttia steamship Kroonland and, to
gether with American commercial repre
sentatives who are on their way to rarls,
Inspected the Olympic stadium. Mr. Klrby
,. ; i . . ..... .i. ,11.
win remain ncr, um. uiv vu,.,,. . ...
ration wilt proceed to Barla by apeclat train
T ..1. . .Kn,l, Of
lo-morrow. ins .w. ...., .
Commerca and city officials entertained the
Americans on a alglitseelng tour.
f
AN8WKI1S TO IMSEBAM, Q11KBIE8.
J. C.'B. Speaker covers more ground than
Cobb.
8, Berman-lt may hale happened, but w
Kal.ar nni IntenllnnslU tvlth
nobody on base. We hear that Wertern
pitchers did that Mill I'.utll at least twice
on the current trip.
11. Stephon-VD to June 8 Jeff Pfeffer on
three and lost four games.
Whltford McQuillan of Columbus la the
old Philadelphia pitcher.
A. II. Bushman-It Is a. balk,
B. G. Davln On Monday, May 24, the
scores were: Morning Toronto. 15; Iloeh.es.
ter, 0. Afternoon Toronto, 3; Rochester, 0.
V, J. Delaney Toil may get your Informa
tion by consulting the flies in this office.
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