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Mrs. Quentin Feitner of Shore Field Club Wins Woman's Metropolitan Golf Championship for the Sixth Time
I. P.
Defi-iils .Miss fl M. Uishop in
(iroonwicli Final,
2 and I.
, Kllllll X. IM'STIllfi.
Mukins il nitt of "JvantiiKB
wlilrlt her nmarliitlily lonif Rumo two
,tr on I'"- urns holes, Mrs. Quentin J
Knltnrr 'f lo''', l"!!' C"'1'. ilaynriore,
I, I, YPhfi'lo' lurnwl a two hole deficit
into ' a n turx . ami by scoring four
strnlsht fli"-' ' """" between the thirteenth
nnil sixteen'1' l'ol(;B mirifxeil tho XViim
en's Metropolitan !nlf ARRoclntlon clmm
Monshlu for Hi' ftxtli tlniu m her airier
Urn "tin 'It fouled Miss. (Jeonrtanti M.
Illhliop of llrooklawn Country Club,
nrl,lKoport Conn., by 2 up nnil 1 to play
in the flnnl or tlio annual clanxlu over
the links "t 'I"1 (lieenwlcli Country Club.
it,, i., "if tlmo that thn flnnlUlfl
burled down Hie lone Btrolrh (hat nheers
stvtiy from il' thlrloenlli tee nnil offers
plenty of K'"ii for the use of tho brnsNlo
Miss lilh"ii Innkrtl very nilieh iih It she
mt'rnileil to upset nil predletlona Mid.
sramrr "'"' Willi I'1" 111,0 fro, 11
rlaer who nuiilrovo hor by no Rreat n
disttitue t slic Renerally Knitted n,
urnko m imtv two full awlnes. To
lieso lone b"li" Mrs. Keltner's fulmlrern
were Inokinir for lier to swing tho match
tied turn Hie tables. Nor wero they
disappointed, for tho South (Shorn etar
five no I'vn more ilazzllng display than
she. had d.'iie Hi day befnin In defeating
Mrs c M Knleht, the Kngllchwomnn,
nnd registered distance!) on her shot
'li.it will reiniiln for yoars the marvel
iinJ (iPfpni) of the averngo woman
Waver nnd winethlng for tho golfers of
the m,,i" neminsiori to try tu emulate.
Mnl.es (innil IIckIiiiiIiik,
o ilnui.t renllr.lng thnt she required
omit. th. most of nvcry shot, Miss.
IJljiip i"i'i il down to her frame, right
ni toe "ii li-'fe, for she wns on with
her "fi'ond nnd all net for the par 4.
Meanwh,t. Mrs I'Vltner had begun un
inaililv hiHiklng her ball into the rough
onJ takmc two more to cut her wny
clear she lnt this one, of ronrpe, and
. lil'.ou i' iii. mhh on with her tee shot
o! tho I T5 ard second alio required three
more 'o hole out, thereby allowing her
r.pponem i halve after being. over the
Creen wiih her first.
On tie ililid liole everything went well
I with Mrs I'Vltner up to tho green, but
' tr,en she wasted nnnllior null lo
f' the hole in o against a 5 her friends Ve
nn to reel a trino uneasy. Her work up
to this stage had been vnMv .iirrt
from what she had shown against Mrs.
PlaUnr, her second shot for tho fourth,
bold hrnsile over the traps, Mrs. Felt
tiorcamo dangerously cloio torepentinit
her mistake of the previous day. when
the sliced into n hush nnd had to pick
up Hoover, this time she had some
thing to spare, even If she did slice, hut,
nothing iliunted, she ngnln used wood.
MailnK nwny for the green In nn en
deavor io gain a stroko on Miss Blsliop,
nho had been playing It safe. Mrs.
Feltner's ball again slid oft to tho right,
but while she had to play her fourth
from the rough sho came' through in
tine shape and the holo was halved
In f
For the firih Mrs. Feitner gained
ii stroko on her first two, so that she
nas on In three against Miss Bishop's
four With her first putt the South
Shore star ngaln showed that her put
tin? touch was not of tho best by swing
In? her ball wlda and four feet beyond.
However alio made the return shot
without a tremor nnd won In 5 to fi.
With her second shot for the sixth
Mrs Feitner gave the gallcrv a real
'hrlll by carrying the brook with her
lirasslc It wna n tniiirnlririf ,,.'
Ii tut scarcely worth tho risk Inclined!
is ii was, mo nan cleared the hazard
ty onh a few feet. Miss Illshop, who
MIn had played safe, put her third
hort of the green and followed bv run
nlnir on within a club's length of the
up. This putt she sank nfter Mrs.
Feitner had plnyed her third on to the
sreen and from a distance of twenty
feet Imd laid her ball on the Hp of the
31 Im IIUliop I Outdriven.
3Iim Illshop waa left behind on the
shot from the sovonth tee so badly that
she tonk three to reach the gr'Tii, whllo
Mrs Keitner used an Iron for her sec
In playing ier approach the latter
li.ui slli ed a bit and her third she had
to make tr .m her sand trap. The shot
n.is perfectly executed and Tin even
half seemed cerlnln until with her putt
Mr Teltner cet her opponent n. half
, senile That changed the complexion
rf the hoie entirely, for Miss Bishop's
ball (uroinoj from that of her opponent
nnd with the shot Mrs. Feitner had the
match all squnre.
This player took the lead on thenext,
when .Miss Bishop madn a complete linsh
of tho hole, but the fIioc was on tho
other foot at tho ninth, for Mrs. Kelt
nr. from the bank of tho steep green,
played her second all the wny over into
unother trap, wasted a shot getting out
irorn a hanging Ho on n grassy mound
nd with her fourth sent tho ball over
'h' green again in tho opposite direction.
Mls3 Bishop was on in 2, nnd nlthough
she putted weakly on her third shot sho
had the holo at her mercy and Mrs.
Keltnei. after plalng back on her fifth
nnd trying a long putt for a C picked up.
There was some fcensatlonal play at
the outset or the second half, for Miss
Bishop won both tho tenth and twelfth
imi about this stage looked nil over tho
ehampion (in the tenth Mrs. Feitner
overplayed her teo shot and got a hang
be on the far side of the horseshoe
' hunker . nB u snot getting clear.
Misi Bishop bad, this one In 3 and bIic
repeated the figure at the twelfth, np-
Proaelrng up the hill almost dead to tho
To a great many of the gallery this
one wan a distinct shock, ns Mrs. Felt-
tier drove the green, scndlnjr her ball
whooping up the hill 100 yards. A
splendid run up looked as If It might
saie the situation, but Mrs. Feitner
missed a four foot putt.
U was at the rc:U that Mrs. Feitner
!sume,i .ommand cf the game. Her
second she hair topped, but with an Iron
"he played n magnificent shot to the
ween and scored a par 5 on this 44."
varrt hole een after the mishap with
it liraFMe stroke. Miss Bishop also
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Hudson, Mast.
had n good fourth, but sho would have
had to nolo In ono uutt to snatch a half.
For tho 585 yard fourteenth Mrs.
Foltner fitrung together" three of tho
most wonderful wooden club shots ever
mndo by a woman In this country. Her
ball from the last rolled past tho pin and
over the green, nnd when Miss Illshop
finally chipped on sho found that Rho
had played two inorn, A chip up by Airs,
Feitner laid the bull close, and although
sho missed her putt sho still hnd tho
hole by tho margin of a stroke,
There was Just another exhibition of
fearless golf at the fifteenth, for Mrs,
Fcltnor went straight for tlio bunker
nnd laid her ball up on tho plateau,
Mis Bishop had tu play to the left to
krop clear of the trap, Her second hIiu
placed within a tloion feet' of the cup,
but it was not good enough, an Mrs,
Feitner npproached tu within four feet
uf tho cup and holed her putt for a 3
nfter her opponent had mimed.
This left Mrs, Feitner 1 up, Kho be
came dorrlo 2 nt the next, after another
powerful, fearless nnd (lawless exhibi
tion of hitting, for, although the hole Is
420 yards long and was nllghtly ngalnst
tho wind. Mrs, Feitner elected tu piny
n brasslo tu tho green nfter a mag
nlllcent teo shot. Tho brawslo was the
acmo of perfection. The bnll went oft
with u low trajectory, cleured the hill
that kick toward tho hunkers and wont
dancing on to the gree,n. This sort of
golf Miss Bl.shop simply was unable to
oopo with. At best she would have
taken threo to reach tho gieen. How
ever, with her second sho started a suc
cession of lops nnd Hubs that wound up
In a bunker short of tho green nfter
she had played 0.
There was no longer any doubt In the
minds of tho gallery. Mrs. Feltnor at.
last had struck her true gait and was
playing llko n champion of champions.
On the deciding hole sho played nn Iron
for her second. The bnll kicked off the
gicen Into tho rough, but she recovered
perfectly, bumped tho cup on hor fourth
nnd enslly scored the rive that gave her
the title Tor the sixth time. Tho card :
Mis. IVIIner-Out il 4 (1 ft n ,1 r. 4 717
Miss IllHlio(-Out 4 4 (I () r, (1 7 a IS
Mrs. I'rltned-In 5 ft 4 ft ft .1 4 fi
mism lUsbop-in ;i 5 :: ; t 8 r,
Tho Bummary :
Championship Plxtern Final Mr IJnentlii
Feitner, Houth Hlinre, liifeated Miss lleurgl
anna M. Illshlp, llrooklaun, i and 1.
Winn Flnnl Golt Tourney 1- le
feiifingr II. S. WorthliiKtnn,
Special to Tim Sun and Nuw 3ork I'lmin.
Shawnek on 1Ji:i.awmii:, Bn., June IS.
Leo AV. Maxwell to-day won tho final
In the sixteenth annual golf tournnment
of the American Association of Adver
tising Interests by defeating It. S.
Worthlngton of tile Shawnee Country
Club, ,. 11. Hedges defeated G. T.
Hodges, 3 up and 2 to play, winning
the second prlie. It. C. Hollls bent V.
II. Lasher, G 5. Frank Nye beat H.
H. Tlbbs. 33. F. C. Little beat T. H
Conklln, 43.
Tho advertising men concluded their
tournament with nn elaborate banquet
held at Buckwooir Inn, nt which place
tho members and their wives have been
stopping throughout the past week. Tim
dining room was very attractively deco
rated In Its flags nnd favors, nrranged
by L. A. Hamilton, chairman of tlio
entertainment committee. After tlio
banquet a dnneo was given In honor of
the ladles.
After a delay of two days because of
rain play was resumed In the Xow York
State tennis champlonfhlp for men on
the turf courts of the Orange Lawn Ten
nis Club yesterday. Tho turf wns still
soft nnd soggy, but soma of the best tqn
nls of tho tournament was played never
theless. Dean Mathey, showing a Hash of tlio
form that earned him n place In the first
ten of tho national ranking list a few
years ngp, defeated Alfred D. Hammett
and Alrlck II. Man, Jr., without being
extended and advanced to the semi-final
round. His net attack proved too strong
for his opponents, who found their best
efforts deflected for placements. Man,
nfter a poor first set, Improved consider
ably In the second and led at 4 3 In
games, but Mathey came through with a
rally that earned him tho next three
games In short order for the set and
The summary :
Men's New York Stale TennH Chaniplon
shlp, Singles Third Uound-Wlllnid ISots
forit defeated Commander V. H. Anderson,
7 5, 4 t!, 03: Paul Yrtndeventer defeated
Frank Seller, 0 I, fl 1 ; Percy 1 Kynnston
defeated II. W. Shaffer, 02, 8-K. Paul
Martin won from A. ltassford, Jr ; IMwnrd
Oelsner won from 11 J. McKay and Ludlow
Yundeventcr won fruni Francis T. Hunter
by default.
Foilrth Bound Alrlrl: II. Man. Jr., de
fraud Frederick t. Dnggs, 04, r 7, li-7;
Iiean Mathey defeated Alfred L. Hammett.
ft 1, 01; Itobert R. Sloddnrt defeated HuKh
Oakley, fl !!, Ol: Frederick C. Anderson
defeated Paul Martin. 0 .1, 01: B. Oelsner
won from H. Knshlo by default.
Fifth Bound Dean Mathey defeated Alrlck
II. Man, Jr., 0-1, 04.
fifeclal fo Tim Sun anp New Yosk Bbsald.
Newport, It. I., June IS. For the
third successive day the race committee
was compelled this afternoon to call off
the America's Cup trial between the
Itesoluto and tho Vanitle because of
bad weather. At noon, when there was
a clearing spell, the cup boats were or
dered to mako sail at their anchorage
In Brenton's Cove. If conditions had
Improved the committee planned to start
a rsco at 1 o'clock.
By the time tho lUsolute's big main
sail had been bent on and raised It was
blowing harder than ever from the
northeust, with a drizzling. rnln, nnd tho
signal letter H, calling the attempt off,
was sent up on the committee boat. It
Is probable that the cup boa.ts will race
on Sunday to make up for one of the
days lost.
Wilmington, Del., June 18. Sui
prises featured tho second day of tho
Wilmington Country Club invitation golf
tournamcnl when G, V. Itotan, the Toxas
champion and qualifying medal winner I
yesterday, was eliminated by W. H.
Gardner of Buffalo in a sensational
twenty hole match by- 1 up., Another
big surprise wns tho defeat of Capt,
J. S. Dean of the Princeton University
team by J. S. Bush, Jr., of Yale, 1 up.
Itotan and Dean were finalists In tho
recent Lynwood Hall cup tournament.
Special to The Sun and Nkw Yosk llraim.
Cedarhurst, L. I., Juno' 18. Bain pre
vented the polo match this afternoon on
tho grounds of the Itockaway Hunt Club
At Cedarhurst for the Independence cups.
It wili be played on Sunday between
Meadow Brook and Eatontown.
Weather permitting, the final match
for tho Westbury challenge cup will be
played at Meadow Brook to-morrow af
ternoon between the first team of
Meadow Brook and Cooperstown, two of
tho strongest teams In this country. It
promises to be replcto with action.
stani.by ri:.nsoN wins.
IIAVBIIKCBI). Pa., June 18. Stanley Pear
son. Philadelphia dlstrirt lawn tennis eham
pion, scored a notable lctory to-day when he
defeated Wallace IlAtcs of the University of
California In the third round of Ihe Pennsrl
vsnla Stato title tournament here, 01, 04,
Albany Player in Fox Hills
UnlesH (I. I, Lawyer of Albany is able
to convlnco oil and sundry to-day that
golfers havo no right to monopolize the
honors of their own Invitation tourna
inont there Is nothing on rnrth that can
prevent tho chief cup In tho annual In
vitation tournament of the Fox Hills
Golf Club from finding n re.itlnK place
on Htatcn Island. Yesterday tho tourna.
i ment wns curried through to the semi
final round, with Lawyer left to faro J.
' 1). Nnwman of Fox HI1I.1 In tho top half
of tho bracket and A. C. Perry of the
home club matched against II. Miller
Jones of Hlchmond County lower down,
Most of tho day wa spent by Lawyer
! In convincing opponents that Albany Is
' or ought to be noted for other thlnfi.i
' besides Investigations, deputations and
I legislation, nml the fact that this visitor
! eliminated In thn second round Harry
Scharff of th Scottish American by 2
up us no smnll feather In his cap, be-
cause In tho first eighteen holes) Harry
i had gently ousted by the same sooro the
' qualifying medalist, V. K Donahuo of
For a public links golfer Hchurff
proved himself u surprise, but only to
those wlio had not noticed how he had
taken 1). R. Sawyer to tho home green
In tho first round of tho metropolitan
championship last week. Hairy led
Lawyer a m'erry dance, for he squnred
thn match on the sixteenth green after
being 3 down with 5 to play. Tho coven
teenth tho Albany man won with a 3
nnd lip also annexed the home hole to
makii Ills margin 2 up.'
In tho Donahue-Scharff contest there
Jtvas also n double loversal, for from 3
down nt thn tenth Donahue squnred nt
thn sixteenth, only to have his oppo
nent win the seventeenth and then lay
1 1 1 in a stymie at the homo hole, which
made the margin of the Scottlsh-Ameil-tan
representative two clear holes.
Newman had a twenty holo match In
the morning ngalnst V. W. Van Loan
of Fox Hllli, but ho still had enough
fight In lilm later on to dispose of F. S.
Danforth of North Fork by 3 and 2.
Ferry won from T. D. Conroy, a club
mate, in the first round nnd later on
eliminated H. R. Buchanan of Shaeka
mnxon, winning bv B and 4 each time.
Jones bent Bay XV. Thompson of the
Kngincers Club, 2 nnd 1, and then
ousted B. T. Allen of Fox Hills by 2 up.
Allen and Buchanan eneh had nn extra
holo match In the morning.
The summary:
First Sixteen-First ltound-J. Ii Newman,
Fox Bills, defeated W. W. Vnn Loan, Fox
Bills, 1 up, 20 holes; F. S. Iumfurlli, North
Fork, defeated K. (!. II.' Ulley, Tot Hills,
S and 3; Harry Kcharft, Hcotlsh American,
defeated V. K. Honshu1, Shaekamnxou, 2
up; (I. I. Lawyer, 'Albany, defeated J. J.
Kline, Wceqiiahlc, fi and 1, It. (J. Ilurhanaii,
Shacltnmaxon, defeated G. II. Worthies-, Fox
Bills, 1 up. A. C Perry. Fox Bills, defeated
T. 1 1. C'onroj, Fox Bills, r, and 4. I). T.
Allen. Fox Hills, defeated L. fi. Hplndler,
Fox lllll, I up, 10 holes, Miller Jones, Itlch
iiinnd inunt, defeated It, W. Thompson,
Bnglneers, 2 and 1.
Hecond Hound Newman defeated Ilanforth,
3 und 2. Lawyer defeated Keharff, 2 up;
Perry defeated lltirhanau, fi and I. Joik'b
defeated Allen, 2 up.
Second .Sixteen-First ltnund-CS (1 JS.ix-
ter, Fox Bills, defeated I;. L. Byrne, I'ox
lulls, ;t nnd i;. u. rtiuuie, unauaeneu,
defeated B ,. llhodenbeig. North Jersey,
It and I: A. L. Walker, Blrhmoml comity,
defeated W. I. Van diet, Illehinond eniinty.
7 and 0; K. H. BiIrrs, Bnelneeis, defeated
B. II. Kendall, South Shore, fi and 4. it. L.
Spoils, Fox Bills, won from W. L. Itiebard,
by default: W. H. Young, unattached, de
feated A. McAleennn, X'nx Bills, 3 and I:
W. Wallace, Htotllsh-Anierlean, defeated
ltev. F. it. Ban, Marine and Field, and
.1; Donald C'arr. Sound Beach, defeted
II. C. Dennlsnn,Fox Hills, fi and 4.
Third IlouiHtiTlaxter defeated Prlndtf, 2
up: Walker defeated BrlBgs, 3 and 1; l'oung
dcfeateil Kpotts, 2 and 1 ; Wallace defeated
Cnrr, 7 and f.
Third Sixteen Flist Itoun'd-A. K. Daw
son, Fox Bills, defeated W. H. Nicholson,
Wyltagji, 2 and 1; I). 0. McConnell, Selt-tlsli-AnierlcAn,
won' from A. B. ltenney,
Greenwich, by dejault: B. B. Turner, Prince
ton defeated W. P 'inylor, Shnckamaxon,
1 up: C. II Paul, (tedney Farm, defeated
J. ('. Llneoln, Mnnhatlnn, t unj J. W.
Hi under. Fo Hills, defeated Frank Barton,
I.nkewoiiit, I and 2; B. F. Keating, Fox
Hills, ilefeat.'il F. Allaire l'ox HUH, 4 and
3: J. W. MiMenamy, St. Albans, deftated
M. Hclnelher, Columbia, 1 up. Walter Bob
erls, I'rinreton, defeated B. I.. Vynne, 1-V.x
Hills, fi and 3.
Second Bound Dawson defeated MeOomell,
S and 1; Paul defeated Turner, II and fi;
Brandcr defeated Keating, t up, Boberts de
feated Schrelber, 5 and 4.
Spreial to Tim Sun and Nkw Yosk Bi'siui.
Nnw Haven, Conn., June IS. Somo
brilliant playing was witnessed this after
i.oon In tho semi-final round of tho open
tennis tournament of tho New Haven
Lawn Tennis Club. IcUika Kumngae,
No. 3 in tho national ranking, disposed
of K. Hawkcs, tho Yale star, 61, G 2,
b 3, and meets L. M. Banks of Yale, the
New Bngland champion, in tho final
to-morrow. '
l our .lumping: I'vi'ilhi mid Two on
Flat nt Belmont Pnrk Terminal.
With favorable weather there Is sure
to be a big gathering of society at Bel
mont Park Terminal to-day for the sec-
6ml meet of the United Hunts ltaclntt
Association. Tills picturesque and
naturally endowed turf course is now at
Its best, and the horses to bo seen' In the
various events represent tho strings of
the most prominent of tho sportsmen arid
sportswomen devoted to the turf.
Special trophies in the shape of plate
will bu awarded for thu different events
by John McR Bowman, Harry F. Sin
clair and Walter J. Salmon, each of
whom has presented $500 to the United
Hunts for this particular purpose. The
first race will start at 2:30 o'clock. Fre
quent trains will be run from tho Penn
sylvania Terminal and Flatbush stations
direct to the tiack gates.
The entries and weights are as
lows :
First Ilaee Turf and Field Plate;
tluee-ycar-olds mid upward; about six
longs on the turf.
Horse. Wl.l Horse.
Lad's Love 1 21) Lovely
Dr. Johnson 120'Surf
i'The Decision
. .in neaaman .......
..120! Mr. BrummeL...
. .120 Olorlno
Dr. Mnclas...
J.lttle Nearer
Booking Bnrse
Second Itaci-The Hopeful Steeplechase:
for maidens and winners of ono race; four-year-olds
and upward; about two miles over
tho brush course.
Horse. Wt.l Horse. Wt.
Bedbuil 147 Mohab 147
Wlrest Fool H2 Surf Queen 14.1
The Six Hundred. .1.17 Earlocher 137
Mhiatn 13I
Third Bace Tho C.reat United Bunts
Syeplechaso Handicap; for four-year-olds
nnd upwaril about two miles over the brush'
Horse. Wl.l Horse. Wt
Brooks 147'lllbler 130
Decisive HOlFree apd Easy.. .130
Bobln fjoodfellow.13.1l(.enevievo B
Boyal Arch tlOIDoublet
Syosset I.WIQuel Bonheur...
Lvtle 1441
Fourth Usee The Hunters Steeplechase;
for hunters: to be ridden by gentlemen
rhlers; about three miles and n Jialf pver
posts and rails.
Horse. Wt.l Horse. Wt.
Water Bay 1.17IIIa1o 131
Strawbrldge 1.17IOver There 1.17
Padueah 117tFalr Play 1.17
Armailale 1171 Xna 131
Fifth Bace Tlin Terminal: for three-vear-olds
nnd upward; to be ridden by officers
of the United States Army or gentlemen
riders; about one mile on the flat.
Horse. Wt I Hnre. Wt.
Impregnableflmp.l tS7Trlm III t.18
Faker 1.11 Ponnybrook (Imp.). 1.18
Hill or Fare Lis: March' Court IPS
Super 141
Sixth Bace Tho Hamptons Steeplechase;
selling; for four-year-olds nnd upward;
about two mllca over the brush course.
Horse. Wt.l Horse. Wt.
Donnybr'k (Imp.) 14.11 Free and r.ssy Ml
Inllrlei 11 llUBupIra Ill
Faker ..1131 Mohab 14;
Haltermen Have Busy
Day at Jamaica Track
Claims and . Bid' Ups Come After Each Event
Manoeuvre, Snapdragon, Explosion, Hindoostan
and Asterisk Change Barns.
. Ill- HHNriY
It was bid-up day at the Jnintilca
track yrstorday afternoon. Tho card
was mailo up of claiming and selling
races and Immediately after each event
there was n wild scramble to claim tho
platen, As a result of tho wholesalo
bidding the races on Monday will bo
worth at least twice their original value
and It Is expected that each event will
havo u record entry.
Scarcely had Kxploslon won the first
race, a five furlong uffnlr for rhenp
Juveniles, (ban ti.cro was a rush for
tho olalming box. Rxplnslon was en.
tcred for $00 by A, II. Morris, but Hal
I'arr thought so well of him that he
put In a bid fur $1,905, ami got him ut
that flguie.
When Lawrence Waterbury's Night
stick was returned mi easy winner of
the second raco he was offered for salo
at tSOO. Several would be buers went.
Into thn ring and boosted his price to
$1,200. This was not enough for Mr.
Waterbury's trainer protected him with
an additional bid of $!. lllndooslaii,
which finished second lo film, wns
?lnlmod by R. J. Crawford for $3,210.
Kashmir was bid up to $",110.
Mano'iivre, which finished second In tho
third, caused some spirited claiming. He
was entered for $800, but befote ho had
returned to the scales there were a
dozen claims In for him. He ran In tho
colors of XV. V. Hurch, and among thosj
who wonted him was John S.inford, tho
New Amsterdam sportsman, for whom
Mr. Burch formerly trained. When the
claim envelopes wero opened Mr. San
ford's bid of $4,000 wns found to be the
largest, but because thero was a report
that .Mr. Kanford wns claiming his own
horse and thereby violating tho new sell
ing lace rule he waived all right to the
horse nnd Manieuvre went to Samuel
Iouls, whoso claim amounted to $3,865.
Asterisk, which finished third in this
event, was claimed by J. M. Collins tor
There were several claims In for Law
renco Waterbury's Tom McTaggart when
he was defeated In tho fourth event, but
Mr. Waterbury's bid of $5,005 was tho
largest nnd the horse remained In his
old barn. Charles R Stoneham's Snap
dragon, which finished fourth, wns
claimed by K. J. Crawford for $5,210.
After the last race the ballot box was
nearly full with claims for several of tho
Juveniles which competed, but which of
those changed hands will not be known
until to-day.
Tho charge on the eljlmlng box
showed plainly that thoroughbreds are
scarce and that the proper kind of pro
grammes me not being arranged by the
secretaries. Several of the contestants
were worth more limn they haff been
entered for, but because there1 were not
proper races for them their owners wero
compelled to take a chanco at prices
mm li below their value.
The bidding nlso showed that the
selling race rule la far from perfect.
JAMAICA! .In no IS. "Went her
N 1
FIP.ST BACB Five furlongs. Time, 1 :02 .1-5. Pulse, $I,077.S1. Value to win
ner, $777.81; second, $200; third, $100. For two-yenr-olds. maidens. Claiming.
Off at 2:37. Start goad. Won driving. Place easily. Winder, b f , 2, by
Transvaal iicsie. uwner, vv . ji.
Index. Ifnrse.
Wt. PP.
42!)' Man' Bead..
423 Thornhedge .
423 Gladys
107 8
111 7
113 1
!IS 3
J'i'j-'li I',
3" 1"
r,' II'
417 Lady Lovitt.
42!i Maltle 1). Kent. K)7'i fi
420 Sexurola 102 fi
4m Canteen (llrl... . H)!l 2
4211 Kehoma HP) 4 fi s
Bxnloslve. after forcing all tlio pace, bore
Thornhedge, who was making his run on tlio outside; finished gamely when straluht
ened and hold Mary Bead perfectly safe. Latter saved ground in the Btietrh, after
working her wny up on the outside, but llred In tlio going on tho rail. Thornheilge
was closing resolutely when luterfered with by tlio winner. Cilndys, slow to begin,
saved ground in the stretch and finished going well. Lady Lovitt hnd no excuse. Can
teen Ctrl uult early.
Overweight Thornheilge, 1; Mary Head, 2: Kehoma, 4, Bxploslve, 2; Mattle B. Kent,
" Scratched Sir Morlemcr, 100. ,
AV.) SIICONf) ItACB-SIx furlongs. Time, 1:14 2-3. Purse, $1,077.84, value to winner.
xlw $777.84.' For thres-jear-oUls and upward; claiming. Off at 3:0.8. Start good"
Won easily. PInoe. same. Winner, ch. g aged, by BroomHlcl; Handsnun"
Owner, L. WATHHHUBV. Trainer, T. J. Harmon. 1 1
Index. Horse,
4 '1
40.1 Nightstick
,1) 41 "i
2'1J 2 IV,
ni i" 3'
300 Hindoostan 11."
411 Plbrnrh 120 8
2Ut Frank Waters.. 11.1 il
301 Zouave 11.1 I
- Link Boy loll II
- Nclle Ynrke 102 7
331) .f. Alfred Clark. lnili r,
- Csddle 11.1 1
'.!:: Marlon Hollliis.lll 3
302 Military System. 110 I)
3 fi
it ;t
NlKhlstlrk. racing In Improved foim ovor
in the stretch, after holng badly pocketed In the urn through tho backstretch, Hindoo,
stan hung on Well after forcing all the pace, and racing Pibroch Into sumblsslon Lnt
ter showed good speed, but wns stopping at the end. Frank Waters closed some iround
nfter a rough trip. Zouave and Link Hoy stopped.
Corrected weight Nightstick, 11.1.
Overwelght-J. Alfred Clark, Hi; Link Boy, 4; Nelle Yorke, 2; Marlon lfolllns 1
Military System, fi. '
Scratched I'.tnisean, 113; Joe Joe, 110; Lad's Ijjve, 113; Brisk, 115; Phllllplc, 11,1.
Tnmr) BACB For four-year-olds and upward. Selling. One mile and seventy
Lt" vards. Time. 1:4.1 1-1. $ added. Value to winner. $1)27.83: aoennrt
$200: thlid, $100. Off, 3:32. Start gbod. Won ridden out. Place easily
Winner, ch. e.. 4. bv Tr.m Hock
Trainer, vv . J. npeirs.
Imlex. Hnise. Wt. PP. St. 'i 1J
lis Title 101 11 fi 3" 1" 1'
;:si Mnnoevrc ..111 I ii 4H 2(J 2 2
418 Asterisk ... lOStJ fi 4 2" a'j3'i.i3
118 Tapageur .. KKi 1 1 fi fi 4 fi
til Ilaslllus .r. . 107 II 8 8 8 (I I
418 fioldcrestlloy 107 S 11 !) tl fi I!
118 Phnlaris ... 110 7 7 7 fi 8 S
2011 Lariat 103 2 3 fi 7 !l 7
423' Thistle tju'n 101V1 3
Winner entered to bo sold for JllOO; bought In for $1.20.1
Title was rushed up on the outside on the first turn and going Into a Rood lend in
the backstretch saved ground all the way nnd hnnrlmr on well I mil something left at
the end, though he was ridden out smnitly Manoevre broke slowly, was In very
ctyse quartern en the first (urn: under slight restraint until three furlongs from homo
nnd then falteud badly when driven In the stretch. Astetlsk ran his isee nnd was
iidver far from tiio pace. Tapngeur had no excuse Haslllus broke slowly and was
verv slugclsii in the early stages. OoUlcrMt Boy closed somo ground. Thistle Queen
stopped .badly. v
Overweights-Asterisk. 2V4 Thistle Queen. Vi: Phalarls. 3; Tapagour, 3; Baslllus, 2.
, Scrat-'hed-Biir Ooy. 10.1: Cherublno, .01: rnvour, 100; rierre-a-Feu, 107; Paddy Der,
1)2; Air Man, 101); Mr. Specs, 103.
J 4 I, FOUBTH BACB Mile nnd a sixteenth. Time, 1 47 2-3.' $1,277.83 added. Value
xnl! to winner, $1,087.83. For three-year-oids and upward. Oeenp Selling Handicap.
Off, 4 :02. Start good. Won driving, place easily. Winner, ch. h., 6. by Delhi
itingnam. uwner. j. j. ii.w.i.i.imh.uk. Trainer, r. M. Taylor.
Index. Horse.
Wt.P.P. St.
f421) Kashmir
3'1i 4' 4"
4)!)" Tom MoT t. m
(-401) Damrosch . 113
4' 3"i .1"
2'4 2"k
401 snapd on 11. 100
428 War Smoke. 10O 1 1 1 I
Winner entered to be sold for $4,000: sold
Kashmir, intelligently ridden, was rated behind the pace to thn stretch, where lis
closed with a rush on tho outside and was going away at the end. Tom McTaggart
was raced close to tho pace, nfter moving up on the outside in the backstretch; was
carried a bit wide by .Damrosch at the head of the stretch and faltered right at the end.
Damrosch was used up racing with War Smoke and faltered badly In the run home.
Snapdragon II., badly outrun to the stretch, saved ground on the turn and' closed somo
ground. War Smoke quit utterly after cutting out all the running to the stretch.
Scratched Sun Flash If., 123; Tetley. 00; Thrift, 03; Crystal Ford. 10(1; 1 Olorieux, 0.1
AAK FIFTH BACK. Mile nnd a sixteenth. Time, 1 :43 5-5. Purse, $1,077.83; value to
ll' winner, $777.83. For three-year-olds and upward: Nissau rurse. Off, first
brenk, nt 4:3t. Start good. Won esslly. Place same. Winner, br. c, 4. by Colin
Kleganee. Owner and trainer, O. O. WINFBBY.
In'.!;?'..Hor"' . WA T' n' ' T' M' Fln' Jockeys. Open.Hlgh.CIose.riaee.Sh.
427P. Swain. .110 .1 2 2i 2Mi22 t'!4 Sande. .,. 3-5 3-5 0-20
Hoodwink ..lit I 1 11 m 11 11 Ambrose., fi-1 8-1 8-1 7-5 -
N. Bridge, .110 4 .1 3 3 :iu 3 .311 Falrbrother 2-1 .1-2 12-r, ;.fi
201 Major Domotl.1 2 1 4 4 4 4 4 Mountain. 30-1 60-1 .10-1 8-1 -i
Pastoral Swain was very much the best nnd rated behind the slow pace to the stretch
he came nwav very easily when called on. Hoodwink showed speed nnd was as easily
second best. Natural Bridge was raced on the outside all the wav, but had no excuse
and was stopping badly at tho end. Major Domo wns outclassed and at no time a
Corrected weight Natural Bridge, 119.
Scratched Over There. 128. , ,
4-l.fi STXTH nACn For two-year-olds.
J ' " $1,077.83 added. Value to winner.
Start good. Won handllv. Place
VirRllls. Oimer. XOfltiRJIR STAtlLt-:.
Index. Horse. Wt. TP. St. 4 y VI
4' 4
- Lady Lillian
4tn Snare
42.1 Salesman . .
CO Mary Erh...
fi r,
114 H
3 3
2 t
374 Dream Crepe.
Winner entered to be 'sold for X2.rV)' nn
Superb Mas best: followed the naeo to stretch, where he came away and won
handily I.ady Lillian caunht Snare tiring and sot up In last slrld In take the place.
Snare showed speed, but tired badly under a weak ride by Ambrose,
Oyerwelfhts Salesman. 3; Lady Lllllap. S.
Jfcratched-Omer K.. 112; Momtns; Fate, loo. Tolly Arm. 101, FernworvJ, toe.
Under It any unscrupulous horseman
can violate It with Impunity. All that
Is necessary for a horseman to retain
his own horse Is to havo a friend put
In a claim for him.
In tho opinion of nine out of every
ten horsemen the rule should be the
snmo us that In Kentucky. In thn Blue
(Irass region tho claiming must be done
beforo Hie race.
Title sprang a big surprise In the third
race. Ho. led from start to finish and
won In easy fashion. Manoeuvre, which
finished second, was considered a sure
winner nnd was backed heavily, He ran
to his best form, but Title proved his
superior and never left the result In
Kashmir, which strvped home In front
In the fourth race, also wus a surprise.
J. J. Hiillenbeck, his owner, nnd V. M.'
Taylor, Ids trainer, didn't believe he had
n, chntu'ii of beating Tom MeTnggnrt aivl
Damrosch und told all of their friends no.
But when It came to racing he proved
tho best. Kuniiuer rated 111 in behind thu
pacelo tho homestretch. There he gave
him his head und Kashmir closed fast
on the outsldn and won going away by
halt u length.
Jamaica Entries.
First Itnce Three-year-olds and upward,
one nillo and a sixteenth :
Horse. Wt.l(rso. . 't.
- Alphee 10.11 40!l (iallasher ...107
431 Capt.Alcoek.lOO 4M lluyurd 117
420' Yellow Band P5 2,17 SI. Allan 107
Second Bice Four-year-olds and 'upward:
one mllo and a furlong:
Horse. Wl.lllorse. , Wl.
U.V! Yelo iml!i42.1) Coaler I0S
2112 'Mrs. Polly. .107! 42S Search'! HI.. Ill
437 Bong Kong. .101 431 'War Vlumc.Ill
42H Poor Iiut7ly.l07lf.nm 'Tufler ? Hi!)
Third Bare-Tile Youthful Slakes of $0,000;
two-year-olds, flwi and a half furlones:
Horse. Wt.lllorse. Wt.
Ill) Plmluii ... .11111 440 Ut. Michael. .112
4IU SobrlRade ..1121
liouylinlinm .112
422 Seiapls. 112
(422) T.IIohenilnu.llti
(302) K. of Heath. 110
Tiyster ISO
Ptudery 127
Star Voter. . .IHi
3K.. J eg 1111!
4321 Intrigante ..113
Fourth Itace The Lonir Beach HandkAu:
$."00 added; three-year-olds and upward; ono
mllo nnd u furlong:
Horse. Wt.lllorse. Wt.
(420) llonlfnce ...1221 43ll Vexatious ...1CKI
(4TI) Cromwell ...103 - Mad Hatter.. II,"
378' Bxterm'ator ll'JI 438 Audacious ..107
411 Nat. Hildge.. H3 43!l ('Inns 110
420' Naturalist . .120! '
Fifth Bnce Thife-yeat olds and upward;
Hercules Hlghwelghl Handicap, six fuilongs:
Iiorso. wt .Horse. Wt.
210 Ost'ood iihi:
427 LeadlngStar.im
(401) Dlnna Caio..lOd'
427 Leviathan ...II
27fi War Mask...lll
Fruit Cuke... 120
4211 Mndda . ....107
43H Ticklish .... Ill)
- Star Shell ... 1 1
2Sfi Pocatello . . . 103
421 ' Dion B'Or.. .12S
138 Krewer HIS
Sixth Usee Tlireo-yenr-olds; one mile nnd
seventy yards
Boise. Wt.
431 Bnleo lis
-lot" T. Wagoner. 1121
(101) Dlnna Cnro.112;
(131) V.CIialrman llfi
421' The Archer..! 12
Horse Wt
2tfi Pocntcllo . ,.li:
237 St. Allan 115
32U' Betr eva .. ..101
401) Irish Bancer.HXl
43(1 Ilubldrum ...HI
3RS Universal ...100'
Appientlep nilowance claimed.
Weather cloudy, track good.
cloudy) track slow.
j'ii,u. Trainer, II. uanoauiplt.
Flu. Jockey. Ooeo.llleh. Close. l'lnre. Rli.
i"' iiuxton... r,-2- 3-1 p.fi 4-:
2V, 2".'. Walls.,
4 ;i Myers...
7- 1
8- t
Fator. .. .
Kelsay . . .
Welner. . .
Boftan. . .
41)1 40-1 1,1-1
20-1 30-1 30-1 10-1
out badly In the stretch nn,1 lnti rfr,i win.
" In. Jockeys. Open.Hlgh.ciose.Place.Sh.
Kanue :i-r, 7-lt) 3-fi 1.4
M. Itnwan..8-1 10-1 8-1 !!.' 1-1
Schuttln'r 20-1 :n-i im 4.1
Havnes.... 4-1 7-1 n-1 S..1 7.10
.McTngsnrtlS-1 20-1 TO-l ii-1 fl-"
. .ll-.ll .... oO-l
Zoeller... 30-1
MeAtee... 20-1
0-1 "0-1
40-1 40-1 1.1-1
30-1 3U-1 10.1
30-1 30-1 30-1 10-1
lfi-1 20-1 20-1 it. I
T, Bownn.20-t 30-1 30-1 10-1
his previous effort, came niv ...11..
Owner, JOHN 8lfAUC,IINi;sSY.
?',' F.'i'' J.oUy- 9Pen.Hlgh.Close.llaee. Sh.
2 V, Jelner... 10-1 10-1 fl-t ..-, 7.10
otiiiut- -,, .1-., n.-o l.r,
Hamilton, in-l 12-1 10.1
I- 1
II- 1
Knsor. ...
t 2.1-1
.Murray. 1
Zocller ,,
Mers. . ..
O-l r.-t
20-1 20-1 20-1
1.1-1 lfi-1 11-1
40-1 fiO-l fifl-1
10-1 13-1 12-1
Fin. -Terkpv
Openlllsh.Ciose rinee. Sh
14 Kummer
.7-2 0-2
4-1 1-1 1-3
2tfc 2s
Knsor ..
8-fi lt-.l
8-R 2-1
8-S 1-2 -2-1
3rfi -
1" 3k Sande
i-1 fi-1
0-2 fl-fi 1-3
.20-1 30-1 30-t 8-1
to J. A. Cnhum for fi.in.1
Selling. Five furlongs. Time, 1 01 .1-1
$S77.R3; second, $200; third. $100 Off vni'
driving. Winner, ch. c.. 2, by Superman-
Trainer, A. O. niakely?
Fin. Joekey. Open.fllgh
Cfnse.riaee. Sh.
V 1W Kummer.. 3-1 4-1 11
ll 2V1 Myer 10-1 20-1 10-1
2-1 3-1 13.x
4 4
2 fl
s. ft
Knsor. . .
10-1 10-1 7-1
ri-i nm ir,-i
20-1 20-1 (1-1
Indoor Champion Outplayed
by Misa Ballin m Tourney.
No better tactics could havo been em
ployed against the type of game Miss
Helena Follok plays thnn those Mlsh
Fllrcnco Bnllln chose In accomplishing
tho defeat of the Indoor tennis, champion
In the fourth round of tho Now Jeraoy
championship nt tho Orange Lawn Ten
nis' Club yesterday.' Miss Hallln evi
dently hud It all figured out in ndvunco
that If she permitted her qpponont to
set her own paco the lattcr's superior
steadiness und Judgment of distance
would bent hor. Ho Blie decided Instead
to force the pace from start to finish to
avoid giving Miss I'ollalc nn opportunity
to set herself for a return, nnd the result
was a splendid victory for Miss Ballin
and the first real upset of the tourna
mont. The score was 8 C, 62.
Mlas Ilullln's swift nttnek was -not
without Its dangers. She expended a
lot of energy In forcing tho pace and
was very tired shortly after the opening
of the second set, much more fatigued
thnn Miss Bollnk, who looked almost ns
fiesh us at the start, With the acoro
30 In hor favor Miss Hallln had to
slow down temporarily and tho Indoor
ehampion took the next two games. An
other spUrt on Miss Halllu's part gave
her the next gama and 11 lead of 4 2.
There followed not only the longest gnme
of the match but of the tournament.
With Miss Ballin serving, the nmo
went ten times to deuce. For nenrly
nflccn minutes long rallies wero fought
nut before the game finally was won by
(Miss Ballin.
Had Miss Follak forced the pace nt
that stage there might have been a dif
ferent result lor her opponent In hor
tired condition could not hnvc answered
n speedy nttnek successfully. But Miss
l'olluk continued to play safe und, al
though sho held tho vantage point eight
times, could not come through with tho
necessary stroke. So, Instead of 3-4
nnd her service, Miss I'ollak trailed 2-5,
whldi was qulto a difference. Her fall
uie to win the seventh gamo shook M.'ss
I'ollak's confidence ami she dropped 'ho
next gnme and the match after t.in
scoie ha J cone to-deuce four tlme.
Service Broken Thronitb.
The match was unusual for the fre
quency Willi which service was broken
through. Miss Ballin accomplished It
nlno times and M)ss Polhik six. The
former ran Into a lead of 5-3 In the
opening set nnd was within two points
of ending it in the next game-but Miss
Poliak steadied nnd not only won the
game hut tho next two ns well, taking
ti lead of 6-5. It was thAi Miss Ballln's
turn lo rally nnd a swift attack marked
by hnnl hitting earned her three games
In a row for the set. By winning tho
first three games of the second set Miss
Ballin completed a run of six straight
The victory advanced Mls.t Ballin to
tho seml-flnnl louml, In which she Is to
meet Mlsi Clare Cnwl to-day. In the
other scmi-flnn! Miss Edith Handy nnd
Mrs. Rnsvson Wood nro tho survivors.
MrS. WOOd SCOred With nnrnrllnlr nnon
over Mrs. Samuel Waring, C 3, 6 0.
in doubles Mrs. L. O. Morris, nnd Mrs.
Itawson Wood reached tho title round
as the result of a well earned victory
over Mips Caroma Winn nnd Miss Ger
trude Delia Torre. Tho .-ore was)
6 2, 10 S.
The Summary.
Women's New Jfrsey Tennis Championship
Singles-Fourth lund-Mlss Floienre Hallln
defeated Miss Helen Poliak, SO, (12; Miss
Bdltii Bandy defeated Mrs. Percy Wtlbourn,
7 .1, 02; Mrs. Bawson Wood defeated Mrs.
Samuel Waring, 3, 0-0.
Doubles Second Bound-Mls4' Rdllh Ilarnl'v
and Mrs, Holier! Le Boy defeated Miss Boleii
MeAulan and Mrs, Joy Hansel, 03, 0-4).
Third Bound Mis. L. (1. Morris and Mrs.
Hawson Wood defeated Mrs. Samuel Waring
and Mrs. B. T. Sohst, C t, 01, Mrs. Percy
Wllboiirn an Mrs, 0. 11. Hlrsch defeated
Miss Florence Sheldon and Mrs. II. H. Biiid
ley. C-O, 7-3.
Seml-flnnl Bound Mrs. L. a. Morris and
Mrs. Itawson Wood defeated Miss Carotin
Winn and Miss Oertrude Delia Torre,
0-2, 10-8.
The point score of the feature mat?h
follows :
Miss Ballin. 1 4 5 4 B 4 3 II 2 2 1 4 4 4-10-8
Miss Pollak.4 17 2 310444422 2-43-fl
Miss Hallln.... '..4 A fi 3 0 S II 8-4S-0
Miss Poliak.. ..143043 12 fl-38-2
Johnston and Tilden to Meet
1 for London Title.
London, Juno 18. Vv'Hllum T Tilden
2d of Philadelphia beat Zenzo Shlmtdzu
of Japan, 61. 61, and William M.
Johnston of San Francisco, United States
singles champion, defeated Major Dudley,
G 2, 63, In the semi-finals of tho
London lawn tennis championship
tournament here to-day. By theso vlc
tdrles America already has won the sin
gles championship. It remains only to
be seen whether Johnston or Tilden Is
the better man In the finals to-morrow.
Tilden and Johnston in defeating
Shlmldzu and Dudley furnished the most
sensational tennis thus far witnessed In
the championship. The Americans toyed
with thoir opponents, both of whom
wore considered crack players, especially
the Japanese.
In the fourth round of the doubles
Shlmldzu and Nicholas Mlsliu of Ru
mania bent the American player, Samuel
Hardy, and Blsckbeard of South Africa,
63, 57, 64.
Tim outcome of the seml-nnnls in the
doubles made It certain that an Ameri
can pair also would win the doubles
championship. In this event II. Norrls
William's nnd C. S. Garland beat
Shlmldzu and Mlshu, 6 2, 6 2, while
Johnston and Tilden defeated the Brit
ish semi-finalists, Ritchie and Fisher,
C 2. 60.
In the women's doubles Mrs. Crad
dock and Miss Marriott beat airs. Frank
lin Mallory and Mrs. O'Neill, 46, 64,
$6000 Youthful Stakes
$5000 long Beach Handicap
Hercules Handicap
leave Penn. Station, 33d St. and 7th
Ave. : also Flatbush Ave., Drnoklyn, at
IS. 30 and at Intervals up lo 2.00 U.M.
Also la Ijkx, Ave. "L" lo louth HI ,
Jamaica, thenca by trolley,
(rand .Stand $3.30. Indies f.6S
Including War Tat
Oarsmen on Edge for Regatta
at Ithaca To-day.
special fa Tug Hun no Nkw Yosk Usui v.
Itbaca, N, Y., Juno 18. A shnrp
northwest wind kicked up such a fuss
on Cayugu I,uk6 this afternoon that nil
of the crows that nro to take part In the
Intercollegiate Bowing Association's re
Kuttu, to-morrow stuck close to tho shel
tered Cayuga Inlet, nnd their final prac
tice for tho big rowing classic was con
fined to a modcrato paddle over tho
course and a few racing starts,
The strong wind caused some llttlo
concern among those not familiar with
local atmospheric conditions, but to tho
wcntherwlse It Indicated thnt tho four
days ef gloomy skies, mist, Intermittent
rain nnd fog which imva plagued tho
coaches nnd oarsmen and cnused no llttlo
uneasiness nmong those Interested In tho
regatta would give way by rnornlng to
sunshine nnd a bright, fnlr day. The
Indications nre that tho breeie will per
sist, but that by 6 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon, whpn the first race Is sched
uled to start, water conditions will, be
To-night this little city, which Bikes
tho responsibilities thrown upon It by
tho stewnrds seriously but calmly, Is
ready to entertain the thousmdi of
guosts expected here to-morrow from all
lolnts within motoring distance, ns well
as from the larger centres of tho Mist.
Trains nnd motor cars begnn discharging
hundreds of guests here this afternoon
nnd evening-, but the big crowd is not
looked for until noon to-morrow, when
every highway lending to ithnca will be
Jammed with motor cars,
Speculation on the outcome of ihe
races Is the principal topic of discussion
to-night, but so fur llltlo betting Jias
een reported. It Is conceded generally
thnt Cornell will win thn freshman race,
as Courtney's yearlings are one of the
most remarkable freshman eights In Cor
nell rowing history. Cornelllnns are of
fering ten to seven on this crew. In the
Junior race 11 hot fight is looked for be
tween Cornell and Syracuse. Them nro
some who maintain that Knight's crew,
conquerors of Yale, l'rlnectnn nnd Har
vard, und Courtney's entry In Ihn Junior
races havo gone hack, nnd thnt Hyra
ouso hns a good chance of defeating
them, but theie hns been nothing In their
work this week to Indicate, any speclnl
decline. Cornelllatis nie quite confident
that this sterling eight will win, but nre
asking oven money Just the snme.
Cornell nnd Syracuse arc expected to
fight It out for first place In tho vtuslty.
Jim Ten Kyck keeps stressing the fact
that Bamml, his stroke oar, has a bad
leg, that ho is much afflicted with bolls,
nnd one frequently hears tho statement
that the Orange crew Is a trlflo fine.
Howover that may be, the fact remains
that the rowing fans arc 11 bit vvenry
and Inclined to take Ten Kyck'-) pes
simism with several grains of suit. On
the other hand, there Is 110 denying that
the Cornell heavy varsity eight, wlib.ii
mnkes its debut to-morrow, Is a mighty,
powerful ciew, that it has mndo .1 very
favorable Impression upon all who havo
seen It work and ft Is snfo to say that
Syiacur.o will have to bo very good In
deed to take tho major Honors away from
tho Itharans.
Cornell rules the favorite, with Svr.i
cuse as a very dangerous contender
Columbia Is expected to como In nhevl
of l'enn In the varsity, and the Colum
bia freshmen nro regarded ni having an
oxcollent chanco of being tho runner up
to the Cornell yenrllngs In the first
race on tho programme.
Ilrfenta Freshmen li- Two Lengths
In Trlnl Itnce.
d'Ar.Ks 'fbrrTj Conn., June 18. Yale's
second crew In a two mile raco this
forenoon defeated tho freshman boat
by two lengths and left the combina
tion ciew well In the rear. The time
was 10:12 on rough water, on a fall
ing tide ami With rain prevailing.
At the start the combination crew
had the advantage of a lend, with the
freshman nnd varsity boats on even
terms. In the first mil the combina
tion crew wns overtaken, in the final
mile the varsity oarsmen drew away
from the freshmen.
Tho first varsity crew bad n half
mllo paddle. It probably will .not have
more thnn ono time trial over the full
course between now and rare day. This
may come to-morrow or Monday.
H.VLTisionrs ritOTUST iTinai).
Tresldcnt D. L. Tullz of tho International
Baseball League announced yesterday that
he. bad upheld the protest of tho Daltlmoro
club nnd ordered the game won by the Akron
eluh at Baltimore on Sunday, May 3, to bo
played again at Baltimore 011 a date to be,
agreed upon by the cluhs. The protest was
made on account of a decision of the umpire
which, it v.'ss claimed, had a material effect
on tho result of the game.
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