OCR Interpretation


The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, July 15, 1920, Image 11

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030273/1920-07-15/ed-1/seq-11/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 11

4f '11
Shamrock IV. Gibes Resolute Allowance of '7 m. Is. in Cup 'Race, Subject to K Remeasurement of Challenger
THE SUN WD NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920.
NATURALIST WINS
STAKE AT YOMERS
Buns Kindly and Beats Select
Fjoll Leonardo Knees
Like Great Colt.
nr henhy v. kino.
Naturalist. th erratic, gelding belong
ing to Joseph B. Wlilcncr, which can run
is fast s any man' horso whon he feels
tike It was In good lftmior yesterday nf
frnoo'n and ran off with tho Emplro
ritv Handicap, the fenturo of tho open
ing day's fport at tho llttla Yorkers
rack As soon as the barrier went up
It could bo seun that Naturalist was full
of run. With 117 pounds weighing like
. feather on his sturdy back ho stepped
to the front In tho first eighth of a mile
and before the first turn was reached
was swinging along two lengths In front
of Audacious, which was leading the re
mainder of the field.
Making tho turn tho erratic fellow In
creased his lead and when straightened
cut for the run down tho backstretch he
was helf a dozen lengths ahead. To
those who knew the erratic fellow this
nemod too much of a lead. They fcarea
he would not Know he was In n race1
and stop, aa ho did last season when
Hannibal run nway from him in tho first
half mile.
Bui Clarence Turner, who had the
mount on him. knew his habits well
ami before the turn out of tuo back
itrctch was reached began to easo him
up a trifle. As Naturalist bejran to
"come back" Mad Hutter. which had
been trailing the field, made Ills run.
In a few strides ho was at Naturalist's
heels, but that was as near to tho front
u he got, for as soon as Mad Hatter's
hoofs began to beat behind him Turner
gave his mount more rem and Naturalist
sped away. Mad Hatter chased him. but
efiuld neer get within striking distance.
With his ears pinned back, but running
as strong as w hen he started. Naturalist
stepped past tho Judges a handy winner
by a length. Mad Hatter was .second,
two lengths ahead of Boniface. Auda
cious was thrco lengths further ' back.
The time of the raco was 1 :5S. compara
tively slow for the one mile and a fur
long route.
The raco was the most open of the
season. At one time the men who lay
the odds offered 3 to 1 on nil the starters.
During the half hour before the race
every horse In It was a favorite at some
time or other, and the quaret went to
the post almost on even terms.
Lcnnnrdo n Whirlwind.
A coll which might prove troublesome
to Inchcape, tho $150,000 Juvlnele, which
S. C. Hlldreth bought from J. H, -Ros-seter
on Tuesday, was uncovered In the
last event. He is Leonardo II., a hand
some brown son of Sweep and Ethel
Pace, belonging to J. AV. McClelland.
It was his first appearance under silks,
and he came to the races heralded as a
world beater. He had stepped five fur
longs In 35 seconds and had come back a
few days later and breezed tho same
distance In 1 :00.
As a result of these fast trials
Leonardo was made an even money
favorite In a field of fifteen horses. And
he raced like a colt that would give
Inchcape or any other youngster a hard
tussle. He broke on his toes, sped away
Into a clear lead In tho first rtfty jumps
and then breezed along. Increasing his
le.ad with every bound. At the end
Schultlnger had a tight hold on him
ten lengths ahead of George W, Loft's
Ouv'nor, which beat . General Average
a head for second end of the purse.
Although ho was never extended
Leonardo stepped over tho five furlong
course around two turns In the fast
time of 1 :00.
Lion d'Or again proved that he Is one
of the best sprinters In the country. Car
rrlns the heavy Impost of 137 pounds
he defeated a big Held of good horses In
the Katonah Highwelght Handicap In a
laliop. He tool: the track at the start
and was never headed. Passlrg the
judges ho wa.3 threo lengths ahead of
Charlie Sammy. Tableau d'Honneur was
third Lion d'Or stepped .over the short
six furlong course In 1;10.
Gallop for Donnacona.
Donnacona, George Loft's Trlnce
Palatine colt, only had to gallop to win
the Hryn Mawr purse. Ho was much
the best and waa under restraint
throughout the one mile Journey. Sea
Hint was second and St. Allan third.
Tho crowd was the largest that ever
attends! tho course on a week clay In
recent years. Tho clubhouse and grand
Hand were almost filled, and thousands
atood on the lawns. Ana as five fa
vorites and Naturalist won, a vast ma
jority of those present had a good day
financially.
It wa reported at the track that Man
o War probably would start In the Em
rlre City Derby next Saturday. Whon
Louis Feustel, his trainer, was asked
stout It last nleht ha eald he didn't
know whether he would or not. He said
nls chnmplon was In grand condition
and able to beat any colt of his ago In
the world, but that ho would consult
Mr. Riddle before announcing his next
race.
Sandy Me.Vaughton announced that
Jockey Kummer. who was Injured when
Coitly Colours fell and waa killed at
Aqueduct on Monday, would bo con
fined In the hospital for at least threo
weeks. While h Is on tho hospital list
McXaughton will mako the riding en
KaBemcnts for Arthur Johnson, the
clever joung rider who is under con
tract to J. II. nosacter.
EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES.
Wt.
"7.114
'5m St11"?? 1U PlurlhuV,
Mi T.htodo"1"' MS Oriole ...
??l K. of H'tlnr.118 4SS1 nnH.n.w
.108
"3 Victor A. ...108 303 J QCannalI..im
.S8,'.0 Praley. 1031 (337) launu lit
i)sr;ilV,,:':.-.Jili K3' '
BM!con',Jnaceclartmlnt Prse: three-yaar-yards
uPwril; ona ntlio and aeventy
,??ff,."0"' Wt-IIndex. Horee. Wt.
JIJ; hV"'ur M mill Dream. 103
A'pSfe.-,:,,S"0,E,mcn,"t -ns
.?n.nS-rT,is;j:shr
..!?n . Wt.llndex. Horse. Wt.
4-5 iS"1 J'fJ"107 ,r,r Dra'u.lOO
Tear off. n?,cT"i vl taks; threi
IsJ ,V ,lv' and on-half furlongs.
m "" Wt.llndex. Horse. Wl.
(4Mi rl.Ju .-..V."4 3MHard-Gues..107
,Si,V",lr LIUan.l07l(44fl) 'Superb 00
Flfih .-0plr-.1 IJ! rMi 'Alcatras ...110
elds "J KreRe'0lut9 "ndlcap; thr.year
iw.5 "yards' ri; cUlmln: ne mile and
tmUo' W.jlndex. Horse. Wt.
S !1. '-"w. - lO-V 070 Elmendorf ..130
t&Zyl'y IW' - nuford ......112
va X?""! - WO' Thrift 100
Wr! 'lun'''' lnX Albert A.... S7
Mlllnr LTrT,hrT7'r-0,,I nd upward;
lnj I'.1)oul ,lr furlonss. y
'4ifw"?"?- wt.llndex. Horse. Wt.
15 r?1?,;r1' '" nc-lcers ....in
r?i 5, ',ht ld.1IH 274 flu. (teller.. .IM
$ ?l'k1 m 321 Flying Orb .108
Ai.i Ml." tOTMlffl 'Rally Hell.. .103
" Unell.innl - Flypaper ..t jrn
4W ?.r,'Tphtnt- ,05 M' Kl rrlmo....lf
Si iSS'l? H. !! 'flcotch Vtd.102
Ei"5;. K'Hy. 122 RSPNIehtslIck ...113
Z. L,1" ers...ini B10 FlIbbertygH. Ill
wllfreda ...1001
Apprentlea allowance claimed.
f
Yachts and
' Above The Challensrer. Shamrock IV.. and America's Cup. Sharrji
rock IV. is shown in full dress mainsail, club topsail, spinnaker, baby
jib, jib and staysail. She is running
the wonderful amount of sail, she is
Below Skipper William P. Burton of Shamrock IV., the defender
Resolute and Skipper Charles Francis Adams ad of the Resolute.
The Resolute is shown going at full speed, close hauled and, for a small
boat, displaying a great spread of canvas. With mainsail, working top
sail, staysail and jib she is at her
makes a big splurge, according to
SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART
. . '
nMPIIlE CITY, July 14. Weather cloudy I track fast.
rirtST ItACn.-Flvo and a half furloilfts. Time, 1:0T J-5. Turse. ft.irS.TS: value
o.5
to winner, J8J2.78. For two-year-ows.
sasily. Place nine.
Winner, ch
O. A. Al'I'I.KfiATK
Trainer. I J.
Index. Horse.
W
PP.
(1113) Jim Daisy...
..KM
..W
..III
..103
..103
. .ins
4
7
1
8
3
1
24
n
4
8
I'M
Mil Joaouina ....
SW llan.a
177 Super oman
53n Foam
377 Fadhii Star..
!i4t Toreador ....
!,r
Hs
4
3
n
8
3
3
a
u
7
..lOlli s
H
7
n
7
)! Ravanua
..100 it
tirin... ,ni.Mj m ha rtM fnr fl.flOfl! no
Jim Daisy, breaking welt, was rushed Into
there at all times hold hla company perfectly
but. llama aaed ground In the atreteh ana
slopping at trw end. Others ware never comrnuers.
overwigM-roreaaor, iti mi.
Scratched-Chevaller. 108: Machine Gunner,
574;
SECOND RACE-Ono mile. Time, 0:25 1-0, 0:49 3-3, .1 :14 3-5, 1:40 3-3. ruraa
31,122.70. Value to winner. 1832.70; second. $200; third, $100. For three-year-olds.
Post one minute; off at 3:10. Start good; won easily; place earn. Winner,
b. e., by Prince Palatlne-Ktldonan.
Index, llorae. Wl. TP. SI. U H
V,5 nnnnarona. IIS 1 1" 1 IVi
tun h. Mint, it? .1 2 a 22 J'
3(13 St. Allan.. 108 1 3 2V4 3'3 3" 3 ronee..., 13-1 13-1 13-1 2-1 2-3
548 Gloria Ft. . Iftl 4 4 4 4 W 4 4 CoUllettl. K-l 20-i JO-1 3-1 4-3
Donnacona waa much the beat and waa rated along In front all the way under gentle
reatralnt. 8ea Mint waa aa eailly aecond beat, challenged going to the atreteh turn,
but at no time eorloualy threatened the winner. St. Allan waa rushed up on the rail
at the first turn, but could not keep atep with the winner. Gloria France waa out
classed and always outrun. ,
Hcratched-nalco, 115: Dlnna Care. U3 Franc Tlreur, 112.
575
THIRD RACE About alx furlongs. Time. 1:10. 1,3J. .8 added. Value to win
it no 7u. umtiiI e?nn thir.i 1100. For thrae-rear-olria and unwirri. iriirh.
I weight Handicap. Off, 3:41. Start
ch. c 4, by Heno Alle d Or. Owner.
Inrf.r. Hnrs. Wl. PP. 8L U U
(338) I.lon d Or 137 1 1 1H 1
237 Charlie Summy.llt 3 3 S Jt
303 T. d'Honneur... 110 8 7 3H 5
S03 Hasten On 107 0 0 7 2
- Hal. Dancer 11..102 I
4tll Quietude 103 2 2 3 8
303 Round Robin,.. 102 7 0 4
Pandy Real 113 3 8 0 8
1
3
4'
2
7
8
r,
8
BSO Malor rarke.,.100 4 8 8
o
, k,..Lin. n.u ii.ii aii ins
times, held h a company aafcly. winning with plenty to spare. Charlie 8ummy,. paver far
from the race, was as easily aecond beat at ther weights. Tableau d'Honneur mat with
some Interference and finished resolutely. Hasten On broke alow y, was rushed up on th
outside and showed eellent speed to the stretch, where he tired. Quietude can do
lt'rh-'rwlEhtB-Hasten On. 5: Round Robjn, !; Major Parke, J.
fraTched-Sii Rosebud. 128; KalllpOTTs. 103; Forever. 103; Different Eyes, 103; Sal
vtalra. 112.
576
FOURTH RACE. One mile and ft furlong. Time, o::4:-, u;i j-o, i:4-o,
1 '30 3-n 1 -53. Purse. 10,000. Value to winner, $ 4,630. For three-year-olds and
inward'- Empire City Handicap. Off, at. 4:04. Start good. Won ridden out,
K eislt y. P Winner, br. g.. fi. by Rabelais-Nature. Owner, J. E. WIDENER.
,SS!?.,r' W? PP. St. U tt U .
l'Hl'
'mi Man" Hatter.: j 3 4
474" Bonlfac 121 4 4 3' 8 3 3"
. 1" 1-
A.M.rlni:. 111 1 1 3 4 4 .
as'iiblrltcd Into a low. early
ith ireat courage, and his field perfectly
a. fushed up on the outside In the
nn t)m turn for nOITii. rning uhqit hi mw m. uuums wu-
face wv?d tround on the atratch turn, and closed resolutely a furlong from home, but
falter" it the end.- Audacious, after showing a flash of early speed, soon dropped
out of the runnlni. and was never afterward a contand.r. t
Scratched Dr. Clark, 116,
nrft FIFTH RACE. Mile and seventy yards. Time, 1M71-5. Purse 11,1:2.78; valu to
e)7l inn.r !' 78. For three-year-olds and upward; claiming. Off at 4i32. Start
g nnyi TUct nm. Winner, ch. c, by Uncle-Ollle Belle. Owner,
Trainer, W.'Shlelds,
. 11AK l'AJUl.
Index. Horse. W.
,102 War Smoke.lll
4ISC.ath ..-11?
350 Sunny Hlll.lll
310 Am. Roy. ..108
Ml Nightstick .110
817" Dorcas 100
520 Sunnyland .110
-428 War Club. .113
TP.
s. U.H..S
2
3
4
7
1
10
3
0
1 4IH 4'V,
419 Franxun ..iio
431 nen GOW...1U
8
Q
Vn Vrini Hn ault early;
UI II vs . -
K.fAfflOTaWt. 100;
u M at the Tnd. dl wm badly pock.ted 1 on the rail In th. atreteh and In
J! "3 .li'ihroush the final drive. Sunny HI 1, outrun to the atreteh, closed
-HO SIXTH RACE Five furlongs, Time, 1:00. Purse. $1,133.78., Value to winner,
)78 mk T8 ser7d. 8200; third. 1100. For twn.year.old maiden.. Off. at 8:08. Start
ennd for all but Shorty's tlral. won
i h Mw.sn Ethel Pace,
Owner, J. W
Tnif.r. Ilorsr.
. . . T, T" C .
114 0 3
1
2'
OVi
3
1
2
4
3
itonarno n
2'
4
8
5
A
8
7
0
10
12
11
U
14
M3 Ouv'nor.
114 14
114 .1
633' flen. Average..
Ten Leo
321 RP
433 Knobble
433' lleacon
R13 Treat
lit
114
114
111
114
111
114
JM
114
111
111
6
n
A
8
7
0
10
12
11
4
8
6
0
10
13
11
13
15
512
Jamaica ueiie.
CJuelph.......,
Vulcanize......
Ry Jove
Flambetta
330
13
13
14
Shorty's Ftrpt.
14
15
i.eonado Til." went' to tha front at the start
Rancocas.
114
Ouv nor was cesi oi mmw, rai
a.....h.ri-iinrd auess. 114 Eterniiy. in;
114; Moody. Ill; Dolly C,
.... r.,l.. I 1 t ,
114; Rama,
111. vwuj v., ....
MARSHALL TAKES LEAD.
Atlantic Citt, N. J.. July H. ranlc
J. Marshall of New York. United States
champion, went Into the lead to-day In
the alxth round of tho masters' chess
tournament here. Marshall drew with
Staach Mlotkowskl of Los Angelea,
.while Charles Jafl of New York, with
whom ho was tied yesterday, lost to
JJ. S. Jackson 0t Philadelphia. 8. T.
Skippers in To-day's
free, and it is plain that, despite
gliding along without a ripple.
best. Although slender of body she
what the camera saw.
Minus, urr at -.'Mi. rnarc ro. n
Relnhelmer,
I'In. Jockeys.
1 Schutlln'r.
Open.IIIgh.CIose.riaee.8h.
8-5
11-3
1
4-3
1-3
2 ColtlletU,
4-1
IM
7-2
m
15-1
4M
0-1
0-3
15-1
4-1
10.1
S0-1
rm.l
10-1
l-3
12-1
7- 2
8- 1
:o-i
50-1
8-1
8-5
rt
6-5
3-1
8-1
13.1
3-1
1-2
1-1
1-3
7- 3
3-1
8- 1
7-3
lator....
Kelsay.. .,
(Jnrmody, ,
Turner...
Jackson. .
Welner. ..
bid.
a good lead In the first furlong and rated
sale. Joaquin was as eaaiiy second
rimsnou resoiuieiy. oupernoman was
108.
uwner, u. v. lAjrr. irainer, . uirscn.
14 Fin. Jockey. Open.IItch.Close.riace.Sh.
i'n "niii..., 1-0 iv .-i
hanoe s-i 4-i i-s i-a
gooa. on easny. viae same, winner,
J. n.
L. ROSS.
Jockeys.
Bands....
Tralnar. II. (1. Dedwall.
n (in
Open.Hlgh.Close.riaee. 8h.
i-i e-a ii.io z-n 1-3
Rodrigues.lo-I
Turner..., 8-1
Bchut'ger.. 8-1
Mooney ...30-1
Coltllsttl... 8-1
McAts ... 8-1
Coroy ....30-1
20-1 20-1 7-1 3-1
8-1 8-1 3-2 1-1
10- 1 8-t 3.1 7-3
40-1 40-1 15-1 7-1
-t 3-1 7-3 1-2
11- 1 12-1 4-1 2-1
SO-1 20-1 7-1 3-1
30-1 20-1 8-1 4-1
Rowan ....13-1
soeea ana. savini? irrouna ti ine way ai an
M, Fin. Jockey.
Open.Illgh.Clon.P1ace.Sh.
0-2 3.1 14-3 0-10
, 3-1 7-2 10-8 1-1 -2-1
3-1 13-3 0-10
2-1 8-2 12-5 MO
1 Turner
jj -
sanae ...
. n.osn
lead, and cleverly rate4 In front, hung on
safe at tha end.' Mad Hatter, alow to begin,
back.tretol. and was a deii eon-
M. Fin. Jockejra.Opon.Hlgh.Closs.Place.Sh.
3i l'Vi Rodrlgues. 3-1 3-1 0-3 4-3 2-3
u-i
10-1
ro-t
2-1
10.1
15-1
30-1
6-1
Tiger Rose. 108.
aiiupis. uri.ms. nrajn, r.
McCLEI.LAND. Trainer, K. Patterson.
Fin. Jockey, open.ilign.uiose.riacs.tin.
l'
Schultlnger
2-1
1-1
1-2
1-4
2
3'
4
n
ti
7
8
0
10
It
12
13
14
narreit.,,.
Enior. .....
Johnson....
Bands
Rlc
Kelsay
Rodriguez..
Fator
Turner
Ruxton
v Falrbrother
Keogh
CoUllettl...
5-1
0-2
8-3
3-1
1-10
7- 0
8- 3
7- 5
5-1
8- 3
5-1
3- 1
5-1
4- 1
8-t 10-1 8.1
6-1 10-1 10-1 4-1
8-1 8-1 8-1 3-1
10-1 30-1 80-1 10-1
0-1 10-1 10-
4-1
20-1 30-1 30-1
12-1 20-1 15-20-1
30-1 30-
10-1
6-1
10-1
15-1 20-1 20-1
13-1 20-1 20-1
8-1
8-1
40-1 50-1 50-1 20-1 10-1
20-1 SO-1 10-1 10-1 5-1
15.
Porel.
30-1 40-1 40-1 15,1 8-1
and galloped all the way to win eased up,
aciii.su., v "
TTAlrt 111.
- - -
Sharp of Philadelphia defeated Qeorge
0. Neldlch of Cornell University.
The standing: Marihall won 4. loat
2; Jaffa won 34. lost 2V4: Mlotkowakl
won 3Vi, lost 2H: Jackson won J, lost
S ; Sharp won 3, lost 3 ; Neldlch won 1,
lost S.
RAIN HAtTS TR0TT1N0 RACES.
TOLEDO, July 14. A heavy rain ary to.
day caused the postponement of tha Grand
Circuit races, and to-dars programme went
over until .to-morrow, neeessltatln racing
on Saturday to finish the wetk'f programme.
3 7 7Vi B' 8 3W Zoeller... 10-1 10-1 8.1 3-1 B-B
10 0 0 6 4 4 Turner... ffl-t B0-1 M-l 20-1 8-1
2 11118 Bands.... 2-1 4-1 18-2 8-5 7-10
0 8 8 8 5 8 Hopkins.. 10.1 15-1 13-1 6-1 3-1
n a 6 7 7 7 Johnson.. 15-1 JO-1 13-1 8-1 8-1
7 10 10 10 0 8 Walls.... SO-1 50-1 40-1 13-1 8-1
8 2 3 8 8 0 CoUllettl. 6-1 6.1 -f 8-2 6-3
6 3 3 0 10 10 Myers.... 10-1' 10-1 8-1 8-1 8-3
Big Race. ,
Official Measurements
of the Two Yachts
OFFICIAL, measurements of tho
Resolute and Shamrock IV.
were made last night. The rea
son for the handicap In favor of tho
American boat Is that Shamrock IV.
carries approximately 1,000 square
feet moro canvas than her rival,
which gives her a decided advantage
In a boat for boat comparison. Tho
official measurements follow:
Shamrock IV. Resolute.
Sq.ft. 8q. ft.
Sail area ju.hou.4
Feet.
73
Feet.
104.34
74.07
i.a
76.:0
3.G30
0
83.S
Lentth over all
Length on water
Quarter team length pen.
Racing length
Displacement
TJraft penally
Rating meaaurements
110.38
75
8.0T
78.07
3.870
0.58
04.4
MIZPAH WINS RACE
OF THIRTY FOOTERS
Spirited Brushes Under At
lantic Y. C. Auspices.
The Atlantic Yacht Club Is holding a
"race week" to entertain the many
yachtsmen who have gathered In Graves-
end Bay during the International series
for the Amrelca's Cup. There la an open
regatta each day the Cup boats are not
racing and theso regattas have furnished
the best of sport
In the brush held yesterday twenty-
three email yachts came to the starting
line off the long dock at Sea Gate. The
wind was south and fresh and from a
quarter that enabled Chairman Carlos
de Zafra and I. L. .Beebo, Jr., of the
regatta commltteo, to give tha various
classes good weather legs, which wero
all the harder, as they also were against
a head tide. Naturally It made late
finishes In all the clnsses.
Interest centred In the race of four
thirty footers of the New York Yacht
Club. They were sent over a course
that -trave them a stiff beat from the
starting lino to Old Orchard Light, then
a reach to Ambrose Channel Buoy No.
10 and another reach home. Again the
fleet was led homo by D. R. Richardson's
Mlipah, which covered a 15 H mile
course In 2:16:58.
JJ. T. Supper's Mouse scored another
clean cut win In the knockabout division.
The yacht haa won practically every
start tnia season.
The Star Class was won by Saturn,
the property of O. W. Elder, Jr. The
only other yacht In the division waa
young LewU Atkinson's Scud. The 1st
ter also raced In tho third division of
the handicap class and won on actual
time. On corrected time, the first prlie
went to J. w. Christiansen's Sea Cob.
In the second division of the handicap
class the Norwegian boat Pengvln was
disabled and her class competitor Fan
tasle refused to finish tho race. Earlier
In the brush tho schooner Sapho, also
In tho division, withdrew. Not one m
tho class therefor, finished. The sum
maries :
NEW TORK Y. O. 80 FOOTERS START,
3:20; COURSE. 1514 MILES.
Elapsed
i sent ana uwner. tinun
II. M. S.
Mlspah, D. R. Richardson.. 5 85 58
Adols, Fred Richards 5 30 13
Banzai, E. Lang 5 39 47
Rowdy, V. L. Belknap, 5 42 52
Time,
II. M. S,
2 15 nil
2 17 13
2 10 47
2 22 53
KNOCKABOUTS START. 3:33; COURSE,
Mouse, E. T. Supper 5 43 58 9 07 '58
Vamp; J. Johnson 5 52 44 2 17 4 1
Masque, J. A. DJerkoo 5 52 47 3 17 47
STAR CLA88 START, 3:45; COURSE, 7.3
MILBS,
Saturn. O. W. Elder. Jr.. ..5 88 34 1 53 24
Scud, L. Atkinson 0 48 99 2 03 39
HANDICAP CLASS, THIRD DIVISION
START. 8:43: COURSE. 3.65 MILES.
Scud, L. Atkinson 4 54 37 1 00 37
Sea Cob, J. W. Chrlstlansan.5 01 4T 1 10 47
Bug II., II. Rottammer.....5 03 20 1 17 24
Spider, 5 04 07 1 10 07
Moonshine, J. Lasso 5 20 OS 1 35 CH
Corrected time on 8ea Cob. 1:03:10; Scud,
i:oumt; uug 11., i;w;ti; opiuer, i:i.:ui.
Moonshine. i:xu:o.
VICTORY CLAS8 START, 3s23; COURSE,
IX lit MlbbO,
Carry On. W.4TrsAppleton..O 36 23 3 11 2J
Alerte, R. MartlnA 0 37 31 3 12 31
Mongolia, H. M. Cirtla....e 37 43 3 12 42
Duddy, 0. R. Alker. i..6 88 03 3 13 02
Cantagney. C. U Atkinson. 6 80 44 3 14 44
Rota da Relleau. F. R. Mayer.6 40 13 3 13 13
Nleuport, L. Brown 0 43 03 3 13 05
HANDICAP CLASS. SECOND ' DIVISION
STAIW. 3:30; COURSE, 1314 MILES,
Fantasts, Rod Beebe. ...... .Withdrew,
rengvln, 0. Klaer..,.,.,.,. Disabled.
Sapho, P. Plunkett Did not finish.
Facts Worth Knowing
About Cup Contests
CONDITIONS-Tho yacht which
wins threo races out of five
will win the series. ,
Schodule Race one, Thursday, July
15; race two, Saturday, July 17j raco
three, Tuesday, July 20; race four,
Thursday, July 22; race five, Satur
day, July 24; fourth and. fifth races
only If necessary.
Distance Each race shall be over a
thirty mllo course. The first, third
and fifth races shall be over a wind
ward and leeward course of fifteen
miles each way, nnd tho second and
fourth races over a triangular course,
each leg of which shall be ten mllee.
Tlmo llmlt-Tho winning yacht
must cfoss the finish line within six
hours after starting In order that It
shall bo a race.
Signals-Preparatory, 11:45, daylight
saving time; warning, 11:55; start
ing, 12.
Tlmo allowance The Shamrock IV,
must allow the Resolute 7 minutes
15 seconds In each race, subjoct to
remeasurcment of, a part of the
Shamrock's Balis.
Records Fastest tlmo for thirty
miles, tho Vigilant, 3 hours, 21 min
utes 29 seconds, actual time; aloVeat
time made by a winner, tho Do
fender, 4 hours d3 minutes.
FIRST -YACHT RACE
at mm TO-DAY
Continued from First Page.
a tatA vfttriljLV afternoon that he In
tended to use a smaller topsail on the
Shamrock IV. man nau onginany own
intended, ana no cauca ipr a rcmcao
,,m.nf nt tlili anil it I halleved that
this remeasurement will reduce the al
lowance between 15 anil 25 seconas.
Th nnnniirammia which have been
made public by tho regatta commltteo of
tho New Yoik Yacnt ciud. rcveaiea sev
eral Important points about the two
u.i, uvir inslnnrn. the difference In
the displacements is rather slight when
the bulky null or snamroc iv. is lanen
Into account as compared witn ino aen
catc lines of Resolute. This Is one of
tho "mystery" points of the challenger,
and la considered a feather In tho cap
of the designer, who has managed to
saueeze a lot of bulk Into tho lines
where no penalty was involved.
Expect Thrllllnp; Contest.
Yachtsmen nre waiting eagerly to see
what else of mystery tho Shamrock will
spring boforo the rnces have been con
cluded. They already have produce a
mystery mast, a mystery centreboard
and a mystery sail, nnd there Is con
siderable mystery about certain whizzing
and whlrrlngs and cllcktngs that appear
to come from beneath Shamrock's deck
when the sails are being hoisted and
the Jib sheets are being hauled.
But the sailing power of Shamrock
IV. Is the greatest mystery of all. She
has had very few trials worth while,
but what sho showed In thoso she did
have convinced yachtsmen that she will
be a hard proposition for Resolute to
defeat Her best point will be In wind
ward work, whether In light or heavy
weather, and If Resolute can outpoint
her then all the .new and original apced
lines In Mr. Nicholson's design will
have proved failures. Yachting men
believe that the complete upset of tho
work of suoh a designing genius Is
rmrdly possible, and largely for that
reason they expect ono of the best races
the cup contests ever have brought
forth.
An erroneous Idea appears to prevail
In American circles that If the cup Is
lifted by Sir Thomas It will go to Eng
land. Aa a matter of fact, if It goes at
all It will go to tho Royal Ulster Yacht
Club at Bangor on Belfast Lough, Ire
land, a watering place of some 5,000
population, A wilder piece of water
than Belfast Lough for a yachting con
test could hardly be Imagined. The
wind -whistles around a corner on every
part of that coast, and Is lashed Into a
hurricane by the time It whirls Into the
front of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club.
The race committee of the New York
Yacht Club announced late last night
that the exact time allowanco figured
would be made known this afternoon
so that tho tars who will fight each
other off the Hook will be engaged In
what can be termed "a bllnd tussle"
until long after they lower their sheets.
Time Made In Other naccs.
Quite a lot of comparative matter
has been written about the Sham
rock IV. and the Resolute and how
much the sclenco of yacht building and
designing has Improved of later years.
Still a study of the times made for tho
America's Cup does not demonstrate
any great advancement. For Instance,
the fastest race for the America's Cup
Is credited to the old wooden schooner
Columbia. On October 18, 1871, the
day before she was defeated by the
Livonia, she sailed twenty miles to lee
ward atid the same dlstanco to windward
In 3 hours 1 minute 33 seconds.
It must not be Inferred, however,
that tha Columbia was the fastest yacht
that ever sailed for the Cup. On this
point there Is no exact method of dis
covering the relative speed of two or
more boats other than by the results
of the races In which thoy sail together.
When Columbia made tho fast time re
ferred to the conditions of wind, weather
and sea were highly favorable.
The fastest time ever made In a flf.
teen mile course straightaway and re
turn, that Is, thirty miles In all, stands
to the credit of the Vigilant, the de
fender of the Cup In 1893, when she,
covered tho course In 3 hours 24 minutes
and 29 seconds, and. she beat Val
kyrie II. by moro than ten minutes.
The fastest time made In a triangular
race stands to the credit of tho Colum
bia, In 1801, when she sailed the route
In 3 hours 12 minutes 35 seconds.
INTERNATIONAL
YACHT RACES
As announced July IS and 17
View them from tho fast Ward liner
"ORIZABA"
A modem, ocean-going, pas
senger steamer of 12,000 torb.
Maximum comfort under all
conditions. Licensed capacity;
1,860 persons. Tickets restrict
ed to 1,000. Limited number
cf cabin rooms available for
special parties.
Tickets $25 Each Race
Including Buffet Lunch (War tax extra)
Steamer 1U leave Ward line. Pier 14.
East Hirer, foot of Wall St., OsOO A. AI.
Daylight Saving Time.
Tickets on sals at Ward Line, Pier 13,
R. II., ft. Wall St., New Torki also Me-
Ilrlde'e Theatre Ticket unices, 71, 10.1, 14UI
) road way 1 Waldorf-Astoria, Hotel Mc
Alpln, New York.
TIIREB OP TUB LAnOEST AUXILIARY
yachts from Atlantic City will carry pas.
senxers to view the International Cup Race
between yachts Shamrock and Resolute.
These yachts are 'quipped with boUi sail
and power and capable of carrying seventy
fire, passengers each: music. Boats Jearo
Ulmer I'ark Iter at 0:30 each day of race.
Fare 110.
RESOLUTE IS FAVORITE AT
1 TO 2 TO WfflBIG RACE
By DANIEL.
Copyright, 1920, bti Tho fAn-ireroM Corporation.
THo International yacht racing competition for tho famous old
America's Cup, for tho first tlmo-ln seventeen ycara, will ho resumed
this noon, When tho Resolute, standard bearer of tho United States,
will meot iho Shamrock IV., Britain's challenger,' off Sandx Hook. Tho time
waa when America's defenco of tho trophy meant not only tho blesst
sporting proposition In tho world, but a test of its supremacy in designing
and building tho fastest craft and in handling them to tho best advantage.
That was tho halcyon era whon the American clipper was showing tho
way on tho seven seas. But to-day wo find tho .America's Cup races
sporting affairs pure and simple, In whlchfor tho Man in tho Street, toots
of seamanship, design and construction aro very much subsidiary. It lo
America against England In a great sporting event for a cup which has
been defended successfully twelvo times slhco tho. schooner America won
It against an English fleet In a raco around tho IbIo .of Wight In 1861, and
tho incentive to triumph and tho zest for victory aro great Indeed.
In Wall, Broad and Stono strcots yesterday tho Resolute still remained
a 1 to 2 favorite that in splto of a strong movement toward tho chal
longcr. In reality It is an oven money proposltlop it over there was one.
But AmcJIca never has lost a aorlca for tho Cup and already has turned
back thrco of Sir Thomas Upton's Shamrocks, so tho Resoluto being an
odds on favorite may bo traced to something which Is Intangible, but
which, nevertheless, carries great weight In tho public mind. Without a
doubt part of the lntanglblo Is sentiment In things relating to sport
America la not given to cool calculation. Very rightly wo bcllevo that
wo cannot be beaten., And that feeling la half tho victory.
America's Yachting Success Slands Without Parallel.
Tho America's Cup competition Is a most singular affair in many
respects. Kor ono thing tho Cup is tho oldest sporting trophy of any
account. For another thing tho competition Is tho only ono In which
ono nation has been ablo to maintain Us supremacy without a single lapse.
We presented an International polo cup and lost It, then regained It and
lost It again. Wo put up an international lawn tennis cup and held It
for a while, but, lost It and now are In tho thick of a fight to bring It
back here. Wo havo been in tho lead in golf, but have been beaten too.
Wo havo taken tho foremost position in many boxing classes, but we
havo been forced to recede too. Wo gained the International power boat
cup, but lost It again, and soon will meet tho best of tho British craft
In an effort to recover tho prizo. Wo never havo been beaten on track
and field In the Olympic games. But that Is a feature of international
sport relations which has boon in exlstenco only since 1896, while our
defence of the America's Cup dates back to 1870.
Since that flashing August day in 1.870, whon tho Magic led a fleet
of twenty-four craft, with tho challenging Cambria tenth at tho finish,
there have been thlrty-ono races for tho historic Cup. In only one of
theso was tho defender beaten. That was on October 19, 1871, when
the Columbia was beaten by tho Livonia by 15 minutes ID' seconds. On
only two other occasions has the defender been beaten across tho finish
line, bufsaved from defeat. In tho second race of 1895 the Valkyrio III.
led tlo Defender home, but was disqualified for fouHng tho American
boat. In tho third race of 1901 the Shamrock III. was two seconds faster
than the Columbia, but tho challenger had to allow the defender 41
seconds, so the Yankeo yacht won tho race.
. .-
Qaeitlon of .Time Allowanco Not an Agreeable One.
This question of time allowances develops tho ono disagreeable phase
of tho International races. As the challenger has tho greater sail area
it is taken for granted that sho will havo the) greater driving power.
Accordingly tt has been determined that tho Upton sloop must allow
tho Resoluto' seven minutes ono second over tho thirty mllo course.
That meana, under normal conditions, an advantage of approximately
more than a mllo In every race and still win the scrlos in threo straight
contests. An analysis of the proposition will show that time allowances,
under the rules which now govern tho competition, are Inevitable and un
avoidable. But -they have great poeslbllltles for dimming the glory of
victory and arousing post-racing doubts and regrettable discussions. If
tho designers were held down to rules of uniformity there would bo very
little play for designing skill and originality such as Mr. Nicholson has
developed In tho Shamrock IV. So wo are forced to mako tho best of a
bad situation and hopo 1hat the Resoluto will win without her tlmo allowance.
SURPRISES IN WESTERN.
McMritis, July 14. The first round
of match play for tho amateur cham
pionship of the Western Golf Association,
played to-day on the course of the Mem
phis Country Club, was not without its
uprets, although Bobby Jones, the At
lanta youth, and Chick Evans, the Chi
cago veteran, regarded among the lead
ing contenders for tho title, won their
matches with ease. Both Jones and
Evans also won In the second round, only
a few matches In which were played.
Richard Bockenkamp of St. Louis, who
was runner up to Jones for medal score
honors, furnlthed one of the surprises,
going iiown to defeat In his match- witn
Burt Wilbur of Indianapolis, 4 and 2,
Another upset was the defeat of P. E.
Knepper of Sioux City, who Jost to Leroy
Taylor of Memphis, 4 and -3, while Perry
International
Yacht Races
From the Great Steel Steamer
Plymouth
OF TIIW FALL RIVERUNB
TICKETS $16.20 EACH RACE
(Including War Tax)
Capacity limited to afford maximum com
fort. The Plymouth will follow the jaehts from
start to finish.
Catering by the Company. Staterooms.
Muslo by the steamer's orchestra.
Steamer will make the trip each race day,
leaving Pier 14, N. R.. Kulton St., 3:11! A. M.,
Eastern Standard Time; 9:13 A. M.,
Daylight Saving Time. Tickets and state
rooms on sale at Ticket Offices, Pier 14, K.
It., t Droadw&y. 07 Chambers St., 31 V.
32J St., 114 W. 4td St., New York City; 330
Fulton St.. Brooklyn.
Tel. Certlandt 4100.
AUTOBTIRKS BODIES TUDKB.
A GREAT LINE OF Al AUTOS
Demonstrations Given; Automobiles Traded.
One Year to .Pay for Your Car!
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE.
No Mortgages I No Notes I No Publicity t
No Reasonable Offers Refused
Title to.AU Cars Sold by Us
IS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED,
All at Fair &; Honest Prices; No
Profiteering.
OPEN CAHS!
101!) Cole 7 Pass,
1917 Paige 3 Pass.
1010 Paige Pass.
(Sport Model).
1918-10 Mercer Fas.
(Sport Model). .
1018 Packard I Pass.
1818 Cadillac T Pass,
iniS Hudson 7 Pass.
1018 Paige T Pass.
1918 Dodge Runabout.
1917 Paige 4 Pass.
(Ilunabout).
1817 Cadlllas 7 Pass.
(Runabout).
1017 Cadlllao Run.
1017 Packard 7 Pass.
1917 Marmon
(Chummy lloailster).
1917 Jordan 4 Pass.
(Sport Model).
1016 Cbfltltae 7 Pass.
1910 Cadillac Run.
1018 Packard 7 Pass.
1018 Stutz Speedster.
191S cadlllao Run.
CARS I
1017 Ovren-llsgnetlo
(Limousine).
1917 Daniels Sedan.
1917 Chandler Lan.
1910 Cadillac Llm.
1917 Hudson
(Town Landanlet).
1918 Cadillac Lan.
1915 Pierce Llm.
Others Open s Closed.
CLOSED
1910 Chevrolet Sedan.
1918 Cadillac Lan.
1018 Hud. Cabriolet.
1918 Liberty Towncar.
1917 Cadlllao Lan.
1917 Cadlllao
(Town Limousine).
1917 Hudson
(Town Limousine).
11)17 iiermon J.im,
M'tciAi-i:
Chassis (Late Importation).
38." 1918-1914 Landaulet.
Lancia "33"
Simplex
White 30 h. d. Station Wason.
Overland ,1917 Station Wagon.
Many Others. Nsw Arrivals Dally.
Lowest Prices) Modern Cars) FlneirKtoek.
BIG STOCK OF BEST TIRES
' Mostly . Every Make In Dig Variety.
We Actually Save You M to 34
Tubes at Most Attractive Prices.
Arrto Bodies; AU Kinds; Very Cheap
rut on Your Chassis! Whole Job Complete,
Jandorf Automobile Co.
Established In 1899. Telephone Circle 3470.
NOTE OCR NEW ADDRESSES.
AUTO DEPARTMENT,
235-237 W. 50th Sl.j near B'way
TIRE DEPARTMENT. '
1S81 Droadway, Corner aid St.
Brooklyn Branch, 1381 Bedford Av.
Brooklyn Store Open Evenings Until 8 P. M.
Adair of Atlanta, who had been expected
to make a strong bid for the Western
title, was eliminated by Henry yenzIor
of Mempms, a and 1.
Evans In his first match won from it
L. Hlckey of Atlanta. 4 up nnd 3 to
play Jones had no trouble defeating
Frank Crager of Helena, Ark., 6 and 5,
Starting the second round late In the
day Evans defeated Baxter Sparks of
Tcrre Haute, 3 and 2. Sparks "In the
previous round had eliminated Johnny
Simpson, the young Indianapolis player.
Jones had more trouble taking his
second match than his first, but finally
defeated George McConnell of Chicago,
2 up.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
EAST UTII ST., LEXINGTON AND 3D A VS.
300 HORSES
Consisting of
Both Fresh and Seasoned Stock
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE TODAY
THURSDAY, JULT 15TII.
BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
with the usual varied list of complete bail
n3s outfits, wagons, harness, etc.
Special lli30 o'clock.
Consigned by one-of the leading
x contractors
10 Delivery Horses, 15 Top
Wagons, 5 Trucks.
This equipment has been used by
one of the oldest delivery contrac
tors in the city.
Special IS Noon.
Galesberg Horse & Mule Co.,
Galesberg, III. )
60 Fresh Western Horses
4 Ponies, 4 Jet Black Horses
suitable for undertakers,
Weighing from 1,100 to 1,700 lbs.
each, including Riding, Driving,
Delivery "nd Draught Horses in
good flesh and' excellent quality,
guaranteed to be tho best of
workers.
All warranted horses soil subject to trial
up to noon Saturday.
Money back then If animal proves other
than as represented.
MAIN OFFICE 153 EAST 2 IT! I ST.
BOABDIL
Registered
Arab Stallion
Foaled 1012, bay, about IS hands 1 Inch.
Now near New York.
FOn SALE.
Writ to It. A. MOSI.E,
100 llroad St.. New York.
FOH SALE Ten Shetland and Welsh pcnles,
three saddle ponies, four polo ponies, goi.
tmess carts and pony traps, piny brldlej,
addles and harness: also three cowboy sad
dies. WRIB, 4K East B3d St.. city. Tel.
Phone Tlaia
TAL1.Y-HO road coaches; good condition;
sacrlllce. ISO. DnYKH. Ml West 37th.
TEAM of dapple arays. warranted; 1.4S0;
each 1160. Pair horses, each $95. Chunky
horses, 130. Shetland pony turnout. ROOFEIt,
tSQ Fulton ft,, Brooklyn. Prospect 10125,
Ty1
PLAY OI0SE POLO "SAME.
. llBMrsTBAD, N, Y July 14, Uy ft
:oro of 6 to 5 tho Katontown, N, J
polo four defeated tho team of Milla
de-lplila Country Club on Westward Field
at Meadow llrook In nn unusunlly
nplrltcd gnmo In the seml-Hnnl.i for tha
llcmpatcnd cups to-dny. So stubbornly
contested was tho match that nt the end
of the eighth' cliukher the score wa.n
tied at 5 goals each. After threo minutes
of play In tho extra period McFnddcn
In lila hasto to scoro mado a foul cross,
Kntontown scoring on the freo shot.
$S.oo REWARD!
For men with large orj
small feet! i
The remainder of thos
$12.50 shoes which we re
duced, a few weeks ago,
from much higher prices,
to-day drop to
$7.50.
$7.50 also buys some me
dium size shoes just added
to the bargains.
Boys' Shoe Clean-up,
too!
3900 pairs. High. Low.
Black. Tan. All sizes.
Bulk of them were $7.00
to $10.00.
$3.50 now.
, 1
Men's vestless suits of
finest imported mohairs.
Were $40.
Now $30.
Rogers Peet Company
Broadway . Broadway
at 13th St. "Four at 34th St
Convenient
Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave.
at Warren at 41st St
AUTO TIRES & SUPPLIES
22d Anniversary Sale .
11.50 Bat. Voltmeters. .75
f 1.00 Grease Guns M
ll.no Spark Tlugs 39
3.00 Auto Cushions. .1.50
$1.50 Vulcantters 00
3tt In. Blowout Patch .S3
Geared Jacks. . .).!
,23 "0-60" Batterles.13.50
i S1.50 Tire Gauzes 7.1
11.10 a.twTire covers l.:s 12.33
2,500 Tires Must Be Sacrificed
Stoclt Consists ot 18 Rtandard Makes, as
Ai&xes, Goodrlches, Diamonds, Flsks, Lesli
Kokomos, Republics, c. AU Sizes
COHDS AND FAiinica
Al Lowest Prices OotalnoMf Anyahtri
We Kell KterVtuln? for Motorbnats.
E. J. Willis Co., 85 Chambers Si.
THE TURF.
RACING
Empire City Track
(YONKI'.ltS AND MT. VERNON)
TODAY
The $2,500 Frivolity
Resolute Handicap
The Claremont Purso
Sparkhill Purse
AND 2 OTHER CLASSY CONTESTS
FIRST RACK AT 2t30 1. .11.
Special Race Trains leave 11ar.1l
Contral Terminal, Harlem Division,
atTl:20 and 1:10 r. M. Regular trains
to Mt. Vernon at 11:3.1, 12:30, 1:30,
1:33 P, M. Additional trains Esta.
All trains stop nt 123th St. Also
reached via Lexlnitton snd Jerome
Ave. Subway, or Wet Farms Sub
way to Molt Ave., transferring to
Jeromo Ave. Subway, or via Cth and
Oth Ave. "L" to Jerome Ave. Sub
way, thence by trolley from Wood
lawn Station.
Grand Stand S3J50. Indies 11. M.
Including War Tax.
AUTOMOBILE AUCTION
VanTassell & Kearney
E.tnbll.hfd 1H87)
126-128 East 13th St.
Tomorrow (Friday), July 16,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON.
Tht sale will comprle a great manv
plm.nre'nnd lnnlce cars, the property of
dlf frrrnt con.lRiiors. ..,.,
Special mention of Hie follonln: l nr
derrdt COIJ-: WIS PASS. TOl'RINO; nlre rrherle,
starter, Hclitt, Ac; beautiful roidlllnn.
STLDKnAKER 1918 7 PASS. TOCRINliJ
starter, llcht.. &r.
L. R. DUNKLEY," Auctioneer

xml | txt