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THE SCN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, - JULY 24, 1920.
Harry Vardon and Ted Ray Win Third Golf Match in United States, Defeating Tracers and Kirkby at Woodway 1 mm AMATEURS LOSE TO VARDON AND RAY British Golf Star? Defeat Travm and Kirkby Woodway, 5 and I. at By KERfl X. PKTIUK. It a Mttfh 'hat ai featured by brll 116; Swriu by U arnatesiri, Vtwyieal t, that IIBK JSSid tb Vl.iU.ri 1U in UiHj- track and tlMs W irnprtJriTe rAt by the tlr 'row Tar of EnsUwl defatd Jerwoe IJf4nil whn IvuU Zoha of the Flrat .Ttaieri arJ 0waM KJrbr by 5 d I . ... ... . to play ytear tiuriy.i.i tw thi itoki of the Wovlway Country r ub of KtamforJ. Com AHh Otd'i?ol UMuk vn m,rel, reer J 't at ve 01 -Je tarfan awl Ray in 4 a day of real hard virk. In t-e rircuuiitAuct It l Aft "Hrtinf tf.t tbeir uorinj aj ere 1, fit thai aair raislne nittire Hn in tieir 'jiit-t wth Gre FotWiB aa m r.d Tpra oy) on the' Fox Kills link !r p-er!oo dav tr-4 Harry tv a -iwnowtratlon that , UnKXh bck of Hellr For a hll It I f!, JtSate wa.romidefdhllylmpTeveVythelooV.ed im umth citanore would over-!" ?.' ",0, Pnnectlt nthuitaU. and thjtake his man and yet second place, but f ile.hi " jUr m atrtl,3 4110 fiances are that bal thy oeen puibed ! HHr had a Utt mlnut drive left, i R,fJ tftlfa . . they mKht hare polI3 themv, to-1 Walter Rlt-Maj of the Csdises of Pblia-' , P3 ,f "f ,b's cf8t pJ.vI- f,Mr for a ,V,t or two , each . delpbia wa, fourth: Jeremiah Sfcea. PJv. . J2jZ rut, wa, a .tae in th. fi.rnooo BauUCMnbiMce.M.flJth.1 wjn th am-nr pair dtd make Ui.Jtocrt Doncan. Potomac Iioe.t Club. y,Hm trave, for all they were worth. tht bins hn Kirkby and Traveri ma! four thre In a row on a jBirtt c' t ols that eontalnd only on par 1 T.i firework urted whn on the Wi rl fifth Kirkby hit h- pin on his .-' och and had a ptstt of no more thai, two fet to hole for H'v i. Vardon " 1 T'avr '.d mad- mKtaref here ti jitlafl-d them tha lt would t - r deflrabl. to pick up and save their tr.r;'lt for tb DM! hole than o'ay out. Cr, ih- sixth 3C5 yr4 Trareri, short on li approach. ch!ppwj in from abojl ttr.'.y.fivc ards wa-, and on the -an'ti Kirkbv approached ir niuiln ht ft of the hol and sank th putt f"i nthr yr cutter. Of thei holts the first and ,nd re won by the amateurs. On the last of ta thr. however, P-ay met Klrkbjr-s approarh with another of a sllKhtly hUher decree of mrit. for .v laid hl bill Intfcie by a matt-r of two feet and then holed Uwt six footer ftr a half. Amateur .Malic a Flurry. Tills flurry of the amateurs lf j the rr.ai'n u e-ins on the -eeom! round, al the morning eighteen lolts. The arna tura really ahouU have been 1 up on the afternoon pUy at this point for cn a magnlflcnt t shot for the 175 j-ari sventli Kirkby Uld his ball about four fet from the cup and had the mlsfor tune to have the sphere bump the back of the cup and stay outside. That left all hands with a half. It was a hard blow to the Knglewood star, and some fcmuArnent was caused by both Vardon and Kirkby leaning ovr the ball as if any moment they expected it to drop. lUy. as usual, treated the crowd to ome of his scintillating driving and ap proaching exhibits. In the noming, for Instance, he was the only one on the r jjreen in two. As tnr hi. preaching he laid the hull . a.,i ! ui .ecorvj at me ofuj, eighth and elev entn. clipping par in each case H was around in 72 In that early canter, a total, by the way, that equalled par Good as that round was, Ted had the honors by Just a single strok. for .y.r1c?m'i blcV ,n a rousing 31 and o finished up with a 73. In that round the I'rin t,.i.,t. amateur's golf wan of championship ! calibre, robust and straight on oodec! au iron -luu snots and brilliant in put ting. In t'als round also Travers found on of th holes with a chip from aa off the gren That was on the four teenth. On the twelfth he had holed a twelve foot putt to ln the hole. Hut Jerom's owning game had been full of bright i-pot-i. Another clever thing he dM was to win the ninth In the only made, he being the only one of the four to lay his ball on the green with his ccond shot. Had Kirkby played up to Travera on that first eighteen holes there would have ben no thrc hole lead for th Britishers at the half wav mflrlf fortunately, though, Kirkby was not up to scratch on that first round, and al though he was often there for a half h did not do much more at any hole tiw't .:i tnuiu r.m nave none by him elf In the afu-rnoon he prayed much better, giving 1,1s partner much needed asalaunce when h. like Vardon .-,nd 1 .m.,. ,iin.-drea 10 oe leellng the effects 1 of the heat. 1 o.Ml.rnr Sbosra Its Ilo.pltalll,. Wooflway has to h rnm.11-... j . it. h.,,1.1 C f. ,V? coml"ln'ented for lie brand of hospitality. A special table had bti arraneed In n mi'.L.. ..'waters, and Wnal Joy. Mt don0 certr. -.?.? htih yrt In the ! centr or a group of about thirii oini.i. i r.,..i Hum, craped from the wall Ini.'. mediately behind th vivltor were th 1 British and Am.r!. e J..' fz ora Tere lar.t-1 nln of n. i,.,i..i . ""ti". nuc tne coior? or the two countries'. Kvn th. . IIOUVI HI I flowers on the tables were red. white and I blue .More tflan thj:. iicre Has ea lorxshlre pudding, Yorkiihlre nudiilnp that made the eyes of the tw .-r... Ilnksrnen eparkle. It wai perhaps Yorkshire pudding! ita weight loo heavily on J tor the second shot on ' of the afternoon round for' Bay's brassle, the first hole Ted came down right on the top of the J ball, a fault that in unusual for him. t jioeer. vartion came to the rescue here, laying his brae-!e shot on the ' green nnJ holing a goo.1 Miff putt for ' a I afler he had been hort on his run up, The Score. MORNING UEST BALL. Ray and Vardon Out 14 4 4 3 13 .". In 3 3 5 4 4 3 4 .'. Travers and Kirkby ut .'. 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 In 3 4 1 4 3 3 4 .', INDIVIDUAL SCORES. I 34 4 33-J65 ' 4 ."a j 434-73 ; Ray- Out .. 4 .. 3 6-56 5-36-' In Tratrs Out In Vardon Out In Klikby- Out In i i 4 4 4 4-3 4-34-73 ! 3 4 5-."A 4-3(-70 .1 5 I 4 4 I 5-ll-3 AITT.RNOON REST BALL Ray and Vardon put 4 13 1 4 4 3 3 4-35 I" 3 4 1 3 3 5 1-35- 70 Traters and Kirkby Jut .". 13 5 3 3 3 3 In 3 I 5 5 4 3 4 5 INDIVIDUAL SCORES. 6-37 4-37- :y- Out ft 4 S 4 4 4 3 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 S In Vardon Out In Travers Out In Kirkby Out In 430-73 ? i T J! - 4 5 4-3.-, 4 1 ? -4l I s o Jj is 3 3 639 I 4 6 4-39-78 I New York Oarsmen Win 2 Races at National Regatta Louis Zoha Takes the Association Singles and Will Meet the Champion, Jack Kelly, To-day F. E. Murphy Is Intermediate Winner. ff-nvit t Tm trx in Nrw Tttr limit. Just as evn as tb Navy eight vent ..- ; . .. . ..BttijjB, am, Juiy .-rw JrlZrT .ku. .1... . i i .u. Jwl br wtoatec two of th Mrren ratf. Kw a mtrllun tiiAdoist th,eht win jo low th xenier eight race Bhmlan Club won and earned t w ark m av ahsIb loir I.' &Hr . Artcan ekanjtion. asd Paol CoetelJo. bf'! ? Ih'Udelphki. in the wnJor ihant - . . Oi Sniih Him . mile. '. Hellr Jed In the Sm Tarter but Z4a ca.-ne thrwsrh with a nctaiiar prt anfl won with plenty ,, . , .IUehlMS- Barr Ctab of PhlU.lDht. W.rttejrtcn. .h, and .Geor.e W Al - phonsua Boat Club. Boaum. droppTac out vn after tie start One of the urprtj-i In the ii. flot niwsl i-i the fall-do n of Dun-, -an. who won h's Intermediates hr Iat 1 ear nd ato Kelly and IXbble for J a half-mile in Philadelphia July 5 x Xer Vorb Asafn In Front. .V- York's cond victorj' was In ln- rmediate slns;le eull. hn F E. Murphy of th New IVxhelle IUxlnir f"ub on br five lnethi fron John P-r of St Mary's A A. and A. C it Halifax. N. S. Power .was the only Cndlan oarfman entered In the re-ratla- It lookfd like a prooaslon with Murphy leading the Canadian. Andrew, J. Hutrly of the Potomaej of Wash- ingMn and Robert Fish. Rochrlromon lat Club of KpringSeld. Mas. Tae New Yorker led all the way. and a half mile from the finMi haJ four lngth". H tackd on another length 'a Uv remaining d.stance and won In 1 :! !-. with Powr being timed in 1 Murphy !cokd rood enough to' be v.-at into tne association singles, nut teach Glendon J Nay eight won the wn I'-oisrlvanla liaree CluD. Philadtl !ntrmdlate race alr making a ; phia K. Mrrs to. Carl Kloz 2, Franz srowlr.g in th lntermdtate fours. Th J'adrclinitiit 3. Krtc Falrciiml4t strokei. r.d the two Norton tights of Worcester; th',rt ceMary M M. Ht. Iuls (O. J. In 1:11. )lIzr ho . A i Heyn I. Ham if.r- Ptrok'-d by F B. WansIow, the ' rrleher J. H H AUk.n strckei Winner's m.ddls brought forth cheers from the Lm',,,' i,,":,ood ii"?' Kl'U-B. VtM ispecutors when they came down &Jhtt. fh iak several length ahead of Det-o.t wmi. Hnry It Hnr. Atlanta iv,t C. jb. and thn. uhlle 5.000 perons In the. New York, tMrd. W K Gsrrtt Gllroor-, rrandjtand on rteatta Point stjxvi and ang "America" the middies almost lost the beat race. J C. Relalnzer. No 2 man in th Navy eight, caught a "crab" Juit 'Pponit- the b!g reviewing utand. or alrtut ISO yard from the finish. The Sivy crew almost capsized, and lt was fnlv throurh the effortii of Coxawaln It li Kothwell that the frail shell was righted Just In time. .. a i Th accident slowed up the eizht by fully a li-ngth. and Glendon's j i ruplls had to strain even' mucle to . bat Itrrlt to the line hv half a leneth t e. m.--t. r.? th n..ir.(t i . ......-. -. , blng timed in ? minutes 5S i-j seconds , sun and Gerald V I:M!'!IU: CITY riACETIlACK. July 23. Clean track muddj;. OI KIIIST RACE The Holly Purse. For Uo y; -o!dt. I'ort. II.0O4.M. rt and -l rmc-half furionas. Start rood. Won ally. Place same. Post. 2-JI. Off. S -33. Win- r. I. It. Odom. Ind.x Hors. Time, 1:07 4-5. n- PP. fit ' .. no i i Bria. General.. 107 I Prod! .. . 112 4 Ace Hlrh 112 2 - Loval Hw-pr. 107 3 Ortolt- never left the reault Ir doubt. Brlfadler-General mts&TT.tS tnr th tilir. nthr two never da.uerou. Iyi)l Suterwr and Brizadler-General wore bllnk'-rs. x Pertch4-Ilallyneir. IJch' Fantastic. Herapl. Ionardo II.. Qulckjan!, Lucky Ilnd. i ;9f) SECOND P.ACE-For tliree-year-c!ds j and .er.ty ard'. Furt good Won Wlrner, br r , S. b Peter er, . I. ... ' - w. Iridj w- rr. m. u K M Fllb'glbbet. 1C 7 3 2S I'i l'lil'H 4 3' 2 2' ' ,!aly n'" w' 6 ? SSngT"- !?,', 3 and 0 I S'ii4 4' it i Tufier :n Anr. Hoy. Wi I I Sf2 Challenirer. Wl'i 2 Fllbbrtyelbbt stood hard drive tame I furlong. Latter made a strong bid In the tetnth. fiea Queen made up a lot o Sunny Larl. FUbbertygtbbvt. Ame Heratched-Aurum. Mose. G&th, 10: 01 grouno American Hoy .th Ymin-1 THIRD RACE Th Hill View Purse. m, B.art good. Won .a-lly. nace .t. - - h M.thonp-hei farr. Odom. Tl-ne. 1 43 t M"x Wt. PP. St. .mi Jdda 1 4 ! 11. 41. (i 3" 2H ,m , Jj u. j" nr 1 1 I .-II I -I. I'.'l'l. ".. rfo M. Antolr't 100 3 5 lT.:J,iT" !! 5 5 5 2 r r, a t.rt. rr.nrf show of Ms rompany. drew r.d never left the result In douU Georgia Hind did not rrrn to '.lite th rolne. Jadda. Yellow Har.d. Oeorrjle, Franc Tlrrur and Poeate lo wore blinkers. Be ratehed Round Robin. Whisk, Toacrt. P,9J FOURTH RACE The May-November Hlghwelght Handicap. """" rrt upward. Afwut sis furlongs, purs, fi.204.S3. surt '"" 'r-.SSH: 4ll'lV,"L ",'..?" ,, $ ro Ti'kl .vrner oitu ,,... ... k,. ............. one. Wt. PP. St. rktlsh 122 7 12 129 12 4 127 6 2 10 1 4 r. 7 3 ft (Vfl Carmandale j'!," " '22i' n'X ' Tis TltT 140 II 3 4 a o 3 It 5 110 H 1 r, ! :. io 3 7 t 1 2 0 uut'tude War G! 12". Mlr Park .. Ill Different Eyes. IIS Patacan . ... 122 II 531 12 12 10 .tvi? 8"t . . 13. 10 II TieVII.lt off nonrlv. closed fat on tli outside a! woke on rlrht at tli end. St. Allan Issnr ppkwlrk lord with a great burst of speed snd would hate won In another Jump. I'kkwlk. t'armandalt. St. Allan, Ticklish and Jok fnt wore blinkers. Bcratrhed Round Robin, Young Adnri. Captain Herstiler, Hasten On, War Marvel. Arnold, Halltt Danctr II., Dayduo and Tatileau d'Hormeur. S625 FIFTH RACE-For threyr-oIds ano' upward, fielllnr. l'une. J1.004.SI. On mile and setenty yards. To be ridden by Jockeys that never rode a winner Winner, b. f.. 3. by Aeronaut Arrltr. Owner, J. A. SHAY. Trainer, D. R-. MeDanlel. Time. 1:18 2-3. Start good. Won easily. Place same. I'oat. 4:02. Indrx. Horn Wt. PP. St. ftlfl Bls. Qiin 106 7 2 50 Goldrrestll. 1'JO ! ft I5W; SIlKila ... 110 fl 4 5f The Wit ... 107 1 M 4m A.terl.k .. 117 5 3 1' P 44 Ml Ca.lrtl ... 107 523 Nell York V'l 611 ue) 102 2 I ft ,'n.on .. n. nelzlan Cu' had'all the speed and won out on 'ils own 'wrase. the rider tx-lng ni Kp to lilm Slbola had no excuse, ''addle nnd The Wit wor blinkers. Hcratclit d Mlllraee, TCI Prlmo, Clare Roothe. (i.)lt SIXTH RAW "-'I Po.t. r. ol. Two-year-olds. Selling. Po.t. 5 01. Off. 5 02. Winner, br. LIVINGSTON. Trainer, O. M. Odom. Flare same. Index. Horse, rett's... Wt. PP. St. 107 3 5 116 4 1 109 2 2 '4 4 4!4 2'H 2 1!4 l'i P 2' 3W 3 WI BacaJawe'a' r,pi Hallynewr ... 507 116 I 4 5 5 4 Light Fantastic 101 3 3 3 4 Arada cauxht Saralawea in last sixteenth T .... - w . mit.h h.t ... ft. .tt... Tt.llvf..w Joaaulna. Arada and f.1pht Fantastic star, Scratched Oheralltr. Br Joins. Omar If. .... ... -.... a t r. ti , wi-rr uae iMrisuisrr " - - ! r- r t, 'nf I r-. i i.-.v. k ... ,, i tk. irn arnl ealld for a eier. Thli aaroe ind Ifcjluth, the wrorier of whl eoti Antwerp. V. A. Gallagher rowed In . . k r 1 iL. I V"'in! ' Y"ranf and ended the nateh. t. ; Navj. (ht. tBt jitr havlEC been it- , . lUtt4 A tt1iior Mriman. ' 1.e Dul.th Boat Ctab. with a ertw J?! lLffiv TataMlt C-n g-t wcw- Kew liocttilt u,t Doluth hustle . for r inch of water, bt In the Uat i V" . ".'""'rt.r',- vT. 1 J, " VTS.iS lihcriw t JuI' S- ,ooM 'fybody. The Snrarnarle. .'bojo- Kigfct 0ri Sbttli Won br Puloth De' C.A (V?jiiij bow. L 2. FvW Axtl Z. M J ltob-ifd 4. H. A. Tinker , t 't. Timrnvm . II. Wrle '. H. A. rat!tiul. ir-le. G W Perwio toumlQl : tmA. Kv.iM Itrmlsa- Ou- N"w ll4..a. N V . Ituri. Nn-j IV a. C!-t. Wrst. Ks Iw.nh. Entr-riM"! ii. rlrir(lM. Mai.. fifth. Tatlt CM Club. Worcester. Mast Wuwr's TUa. 4m I . rimd tin, "m Zi lMrrii4Ut Fir Oar-4 StfUWen hy aTLJ ,uSr?,..Z T Xerf,1'''- Her long cross court drives tnt xxA. .Van Alhktk Asxxiatioe. forced the openings and Jllw O0f foi Asnapglls. M iKJr'cpatriek bow. B. D. lowed them to the r.et and blocked suc IlxallJKtMi :. D. I- J'ira 1 H. A. Bo!li troliei. Wlarer's time. Sit., tv.uaA tlra. m.a. ."1 1-J. Senior gwrttr Mil tafc Jae KUly. fr ni Cla!. PtPaalpMa . tmmt. Walter 1 lurflnt. t'wria lr Ouh. rhUaS'ishu thlrt. I'rnrtt WalllHm. Unlne Barre Out. ltt!alif i tVlnftT's tiro. Ira. IT 1 t.-oi tlm. Ian 31i. lB(rmlt Smelt WM'i by V llcrvt.r. fw I!whll Kolrg Club. N !UMU, S V &K.ca4. John Ponrr. St jiEir-. .1 Httrlr. PMnste m- Club! Mar's A A aw: A. c . uotio-i turi. Whlr.c-n. fwrth. Uotrt Fith, Ky-'urtir.-j i-m 1 1. i ,iw. n?i t4.iFir., - n km. 55 1-"h . Ktowl tim. taa 7i. "scUlorj Ilaru Club, I'r.iladlphU. toonh Wa!tr Rlrlir-?. fiwiln llarr Club. Phlla -MjjhU . fifth. Jeremiah Stum. Rlvrid float Cl-j. fimbrldise, Mais. . rUth. Itotwrt fun ran. I'Mnmar float Cl'ib, Waiilsrton ; eereBOi. IJ org W. Allison, Undln Bars ri'ifc. n.l!aill?hl lt.th. John J. fiulllian. ft Alj"nai lUt Oub. Ilcotori Winner's time, m. 47. . scon4 tlra, 6m. 41 2-."f. InternMdUte Klght Oare4 f?bII Won by Nlvy A'.Mr'k AsuoriaUofi. ARtiapolls J II. Hnln4 1, J C. Keltuiitr-r I. W T Z 3. E P. Frawley 4. A C!Uarhr i. 1. T tna,,i 6. 7. IJtrhtleld. Jr T. F. n. Wante- stroic. It. II. Hirthvitil cozj-aalnj. mond. rtroit Uoat Ouli- third. Duloth Hoi, f ub fourth Norton Host Club, ere ".''"."" "'-:''":', t i jn. irt r. l, v.orrtr, ilxu nm- Mr ilrr. Om .".7s . second tiro. 6ra. : J-Js. racing chart -HavMora uTier, j LIVINGSTON Tralntr. O. 4 Fib. Jrckrr Oprn.hlrh.Close Place Sh. I' Rnnan .. 4-S 4-S 1-2 - 3 2 Johnson . . i-3 S-I 12-J 2-S 2' 3 I tie .... -i 10.1 in-i j.- i- 4 4 WUson ...l.VI 20-1 20-1 4-1 1-1 Walls ....30-1 40-1 30-1 6-1 2-1 I'rodlsy to th anj up. drlting. . Claiming. lurs. ,'M.K. Ore milt tame. rol. 3 'C. Off. J.tC. rh-ralntbrah. Owner. SAMUEL LOUIS. Train Fin. .Tokr. Open.Hleh.CI'vie.riict. Sh l'i Turner . Zwller 3-1 5-1 S-2 -10 no 1-1 4-5 VI 7-1 Slooney Cotltt Johnn Hopkli WMa . ., .15-1 15-1 8-1 . !-5 2-1 -.-. ..in.l l.VI 12-1 .12-1 20-1 10-1 1- 3 2- 1 3- 1 2-1 l.VI 15-1 12-1 4-1 ITelrer SO-1 CO-1 CO-I 20-1 10-1 r hn ehatlensed by Daily Hell in th iat . stretch but ewmd to hang in the last six- in ttv last nair mile. and Chslleneer wore blinkers. rrSTW T!rir rftfiprll.. tt.lt- c--..-. tl.MM. For three-year-olds. Selling. One driving. Po-t 3.30. Off. 3:32. Winner, O-Aner. J. LlVlNnsmv t-.i... n t Fin. Jockey Open.Hlgh.aose.Plare. Kh. .. 4-1 -! ir-5 7-10 1-4 7-5 12-5 2-1 3-.1 1-1 .. 7-5 3-2 ft-.". 2-S 20-1 25-1 20-1 5-1 2-1 1 liowan 2"4 Harrtt 3 Turner . 4 Cotllettl 3 K'elsey . :0-l 25-1 20-1 5-1 8-.-. r, I-rlngton .15-1 30-1 30-1 g-I 3.1 out to a Ms lead In the first quarter closed last through last furlong. Tellox Sweet Music, Rubidium. For three-year-olds cood. Won driving, King James Tickle. H Fin. uu,, i.jj. Jockey. Open.Hlah.CIose.PIace. Sh. 3VJ 1 If 2 23 4 4 R S ft ft Rlct . . . Wilson . Miller .. Lyke ... Johnson Welner . Barrett . Robinson. n-t 0-1 4-1 8-5 4-3 . 4-1 .. 6-1 B-2 .15-1 -15-t .. 8-1 . H-l 6-1 ft-t 10-1 1 1- 1 2- 1 2- 5 3- 1 3-2 10-1 3-1 15-1 l.VI H-l 4-1 4- 5 ! 5- 1 2-1 1.1-1 12-1 K-l 12-1 3-1 5- 1 6- 1 12-1 l.VI fl 10 11 121 15.1 Rowan l.VI l.VI 3-1 C'armody 30. 1 Walls ....30-1 SO-! 30-1 C-l S-l 4-1 40.1 40-1 12 Zocller ...If 20 1 20-1 K-l and rot lis In th la.t strM. Citm.n. on with creat ramne In th rtrK- M. Fin. l'i, P Jockey. Opfii.Hlqh.Closcllace. Fh Kummer . il-l 6-1 ft-1 M ft-5 -losiau .. . K-i Ptrs ... 6-1 Hellly .... 4-1 Moran .... 4-1 12-1 12 .VI 1-2 -.'. ft-5 10-1 20-1 0-1 3 4 a-.'. 7-5 9-2 4-1 4-1 7-2 30. 1 30-1 nn-i txt-i 20-1 ivi 1-4 7-10 3-3 -1 101 3-1 Ijincarter 30.1 Cony .ftn-i Evan. ....l.VI Ritchie ...20-1 ai 20-i H-l 4-1 with nlenty to snare. GoLWest Bov flnlsh.,1 FH and a half furlongs. Purse, 11. 004.81. c 2. by Vulcan-Esther Blues. Owner. J. Time, 1 .09 3-3. Start good. Won driving. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hih.Clos.Place. Eh. 1 Rowan .. 8-5 7-5 13-10 2-5 2 N. Ba'ett 4-1 5-t 0-2 -7-3 2-3 3 ni't .... 8-3 11-5 0-3 l.J 4 Coltllettl . 5-1 10-1 8-1 3-1 1-1 5 Turner ....15-1 20-1 8-1 8-1 1.1 and outaamed him In the drlvt to th finish. h.A . . blinker. IMISS GOSS IS ONE MATCH FROM TITLE SAe Defeats Miss Tennant of California. Whatever hopes Miss Elisor Tennant cf California rur have had of over coming the lead Mils Conor Got gained oa Thursday were crushed j quickly at Porta Hills yesterday wheal tlx New York girl woo the four came he needed for Victor,- teaWe of fifteen , . . ... , hmiiki oi ptay Maruag wn one set - - , .core In her faror Li the second in th ivifnt at which rain had halted alar the &re- - d .. ovnrhimi her (op?onnt with the eed and Kveritr of her came and took fotir out of fire) a The triumph over the fUl tram San Francisco brourht Mlis Gois Lnto the hr flDalUt ",l I,lwJfh U, cjllBfM wronj,r f4Vor Mlr,on Z!adrels. the nxt.onxl cUy court chamoion. Th latter was 10 have takrn the courts yesterday to complete the Hascroft of BbSUin. but 'he was suf ferir.i; from an attack of ptomaine poisoning and the conclusion of the match had to be postponed for this mombr. Miss Zinderateln's illness Is particularly unfortunate at this time, for if she is successful against Bancroft she will face a severe test acalut Miss Cos and it will behoove her to be at her best la the title match. Accordlns; to a report that reached the clubhouse last evening Miss Zlndersteln . . " v jurrai nau, wno were in -iere- was feeling greatly lmproveJ and ex-trUteenth of a mile, then increased h' i land playing in the infrcity doubles and pectd to be herself again this morning. ! lead to such an extent that the mudit Harold A. Throckmorton, who ' rent To those who saw her off form in the , from his heeli wouldn't reach within ten j word that li was 111 removed ome of arly tournaments of the reason Miss lengths of Marie Antoinette, which was.tj,, mt prominent players from the Goss's tennis In the present tournament (leading the remainder of the field. tournament S Howard Vojhell, who has been a revelation, so appear to In tne homenretrh .Xoramy Rowan al- won the loumatrer.t a year ago, also U playing th l-rt tennis of her career 'moat pulled his arms out of their sockets I iceded to d'fault his match with WII Just now Khr is ttroktng confidently, keeping Jadda f."vm winning by a six- i lard Botsford whkh stood 51 in hitting hard and attaching at tne net,imth of a mile. As t . the Living. ; Bot!.'ord"s favor in the first set halted wtth great spirit anrt itn unusually fine control. Aiilnt Miss Tennant MUs Gos-a fiaheJ a championship brand of' cessfully Mis Tennant made every effort to keep pace with Miss Coxa's swift volleying, but tne saots wers j placed so well that they either escaped Mies Tennant' a racquet entirely o: forced her Into errors. Twenty-five ;.Um:fnt act for Mis Oohs and only; eight for Miss Tennant tell eloquently ! of the more decisive character of the,; Gotham glrl'a strokes ?r , Tfc v . v X J. , .'""' m. c , a.r 1 1. t,s v i a str. j m v- ' la order not to delay the progrer of ' crowd it seemed that Carrn&ndale stuck i Chamtwn yoc tmm Ltrjird rejtman by the doubles championship Mis Zlnder. I hu nose home first but the Judges fj" CVaoft . HMf.n Nlcion Vo siein had to default along with Miss, placed Ticklish first Carmandale sec-! frora i tlr by default. Wlliard Bouford Tennant They had ben favored towlnlond, St Allan third and Pickwick !on flom 5 Howard Vohell. arvd de- plons, prullU'd by the default Tne lat- stand and Jeered the officials, ter team then defeated MUs 'Edith Si-! Ticklish was probably the best horse gourney and Mrs. B E. Cole of Boston 1 In the race. He got away badly, and In straight ft and reached the title ! rounding the turn was trailing the field round. The other finallsU are Miss) a dozen lengths behind Carmandale. Pnylll Walsh of Philadelphia and Mlii which was setting a terrific pace. L'n Li!!e Bancroft of Boston, who elimi- 'If Garrison finish by Ted Rice Tick natd two strong teams in Mi Flor-1 Hh ran like a wild horse through the ence BalKn and Mrs. S. H Godfrey and''lrtcb and got up In the last stride to Mrs. Percy W'llbaum and Mrs William ' lrn the decision. Pickwick also ran. a H. Pritchard. Mrs. Ballin arid Mrs. ! freat, rac- He carried 1R pounds and Godfrey won the first set of their match , wo"'t ve 0.-n P anothr -)umP-with Mlts Walsh and Miss Bancroft H'bbertyglbbet beat a big field of but the latter pair ran away with the "t i L 4fond ,rac!- and Belgian next two sets, taking twehe games out ! "n !M h"L ,PIate.r1,in ,th iUt' nf thirfMn if U'at.-h dl.l ,-n inn. derfully effective blocking at the net while Miss Bancroft from deep court drove with speed and elan. Together their play was decidedly spectacular. The summary: Mtrotll!an Tennis Chamblcnihlp Singles Feml. Final rtmird Miss Fl&nor Cnu i- iaieo Jiiss ;mr Ter.nart. 0-4, -j-;. FIRST HKT. Visa Giiii ... 1 4 3 2 4 4 1 4 f 4-50-rt MUs Ttnnant.. . I 2 5 4 2 2 2 1 4 2 2a $ N. O P S. DF, Jtlm r.r,. 12 S) 13 ft 1 Miss Tennant... 8 6 J 2 2 ' SECOND SKT. MUs Com 24 4 454 4 4-33-G Miss Ter.nant 4 4 2 1 7 1 1 1-21-2 N O. P. F. D.F MU 0' .. . .". 13 IS 0 1 MIm Te-,nant . . iO 10 3 0 1 CbamrlonsM? Doubles Third Hound Miss Marie Wamvr and Miss Clare Caucll won from Mix Maria Zlndersteln and Miss Elea nor Tetinan by default. .Mlis Phyllis Walsh and Miss Leslie Rancrolt defeated Miss Florence Rallln and Mrs. fi. H. Godfrey, 3 , t, IV-0 Keml-Mnal Hound Mist Marlt W agnr and Mist Clare Casjel defeated Mrs. II K. Cole i?4"1" Edlh Nurnr. 6-3. ft-3. Miss Phyllis Waish and Miss L-tle Hancroft de feated Mrs. Ferry Wllbourn and Mrs. Will am H. PrlKhard. 6-1. 6-2. Mined Doubles First Round Mla Caroma Winn and C 11. Stewart defeated Miss AdeU Cragln and R. K. Tomlln. Jr. 61. 6-4. Mln Edith Slsourne? snd Walter L Pate de feated Mrs Theodore Fohrt and Norman John son. 64, 36. 6 3 MUs Gertrud Delia Torre and Hugh Nthrlnu defeated MUs Virginia Trarell and F. J. Ross. fi-1. 7-0. C I. Miss flae r.ii.1 nit W RM.nhiim i4-ft,t Mies Jessie Oott and H. D. Tompklrs. 7-.., O-l. iirs. L. O. Morris and Alex Her de feated Mrs. Alexander Chlsholm and I. H. HUlman. 0-2. 63. Mrs. J. C. Brush and H. E. MUls. Jr., defeated Mr. and Mrs. W. if. Campbell, 0-2, 6-2. Mrs. Percy Wll bourn and W. Trask defeated Mr and Mrs. F. Damran. 60, 03. Mrs. Samu-I Waring and R. E. Pope defeated Miss Janet Travell and Dr. Travell, 75, 00 and default. Second Itounc Mrs. 11. E. Cole and Lrle E. Mahan defeated Miss Caroma Winn and C. II. Stewart, ft 1, 64. MIm Gertrude Delia Torre and If. Nchring won from Miss M. Zlndersteln and F. C. Haggs by default. Miss Eleanor Goas and F. M. Rlodsett defeated Mlr Leslie Bancroft and F I' Fereuson, 63. Miss Eleanor Tennant and ty. A. CamDbll defeated Mrs Hir.iutl Waring and I K. E. rope. 01. o I. Mis. it K. rope and 1 1 .... I. 1 1 . - Aa.l.t.A tl.. r. llnnh., r ,1 K. 1. Herket. 61. -3. Mrs. L. O. Morris! and Alex Ilrr non from Miss Clare Cassel and W. ftosenbaum by default. SEMI-FINALS AT L0NGW00D. IV. nnd II. J. Johnaon to Sleet Heart nnd Conner In Finals. Fptrtat to Tub Scm ikd New Yosk IIzulo. Chestnut Hill, Mass., July 13. Wal lace and H. J. Johnson won two matches In doubles In the Longwood lawn tennis tournament to-day. the first taking the I measure of Rice and Nichols in the third i round, and then beating Nlles nnd Dab- I ncy, 6 I, I 6, 62, in the semi-final round, and earning the entry to the finals to-morrow against Heart and Canner. In the singles Lawrence Rice, the old Yale player, dashed the hopes of the New York player, (J. .V U Dlonne, by beating him three straight sets In the scml-flnal round. TMe scores were 6 3, $ I and 6 0, the last two sets being one sided In aces as well as In games. Itlce had a lot of speed, and his play was superior. The other aeml-flr.nl match, between Nat S. Nlles and TV. E. t-orxcr, Doin oi xoaion, was put over until to-morrow, so that the singles .1 1 . 1 1 1 ... ... ....l, . . , minis will iiuv uxr.r- uiak:v Ulllll Jionuay. m I biV.T. w..Vt..... ... 1 ...va .i... . ..... immw-L.teiie u. itnc, Boston, beat G. A L. Dlonne, New York. . '1. C and AlfrH B. Dabney, Boston 6-2. ' MARATHON ROUTE CHANGED. ANTWERP. July 23.-Tha Olympic Com mlttt has changed the route of tha Mara thon race. It was originally planned to start It near Brussels and finish at tht Stadium, hut It has now been arranged to have both th start and finish at the Stad ium, wtth tha turning point at Poteaudon, on tha Antwerp-Brussels road. This road is a paved hlhway with dirt or cinder paths en either sU. u i.'-c-:IWB V nli ...... Klttn itar r or lour-year-oins ano up ItV-l, II 1, C o. ... rlnlmlne:: ml e and a furtnnr. ; Iioublea, Third RCand Wallace P. Johnson ,-,i,. Morse Wt Inde-r Horse Wt ""re'e LrTn,irl',T r-"' 23 Jason"' . . . .10" iXllu. .102 III. J. Johnson. Bo-ton. beat Nat W. Nlles 'Ji: ,.."1 , ,- '.ii ' :V.ii...K TRIPLE VICTORY FOR LIVINGSTON HORSES ! Oriole, Jadda and Arada Win Blanket Finish in Stake. Or IIENItT r. KING. Jefferson Livingston nu to have a comer on the raojlatfc market. Almort every time It, rains and the track bt- MRM tuirv th LltHnriTiui MiLnea flh. homo In front The Empire CUy track ! was ankle deep In raud j trterCay and i !!.?nt? IV ca.p.oori f0' ; n ca ji. uunpimi rep- rcMntative Droved a superior n ud run- S ' run " from bis charge on a fast! In the Ilolly Purse, the first event. . Oriole, a two-year-old eon of Aanl i and Hawkaorn, displayed amazing pted ( for aura heavy colnr and "boat BrUradler joenerai. tne con Karaa'l Kldde recently -J.l,oeht from Jm nmimncn. hrlnnTCmDn Tfnrc ' J J5.44 : Prcllcy. Ace High and Loyal I Sweeper in the commonest kind of a irTwJ the dlt- Bricadler. C vr,tch;j jsion of 1 LVsp;te the the track Oriole covered ih six atvt a half furluir course . In i unut r 1 u-. i.i -h 114 pounds up th before and after the race George m. the trainer, declared that Oriole . t . u Odom. was a faster horse on a heavy track than he was on a lightning fast one. And after his victory evtry racegoer present agreed with him. In the Hill View Purse his Jadda, a three-year-old son cf Marathon, led home a quintet of thrte-year-olds, two of 1 "nic. 11 11 aunoii certain can uui nun on a last iracn uxe unoie, ne sprang. VyuiTm bv.mr n Ws,ui' in MhMl mint nn h4 rnrnn! fftr i ston colors went past the Judges eight nrths ahead of Georzie. whli came with a rush and took place honors, a , .ns:h and a half In front of Yellow Hand. In the final Mr. Livingston's Arada scored, but not as easy as did his two stable mates. He rat awav badh. ran up to Sacajawea. the pacemaker, round- ' in the first set and nineteen placements M, rtrtJ. nmt ashore ulth seven. thet(t 5hfy ln. prtnrtly the cans cf -r -Ing the turn and then fought it out with ! and thirteen errors In the recond set j rtrha f the rt so far. and IvT. easi flihlnr. The cause wi!) be ir ji h her strid tor rtride to th Juds. where only his head was In front Mp 'resulted In the best finish of th ,r. t the end four horsea were nnlv i noses apart To a vast majority of the !Ioun" - . numD were noisie-l a crowd gathered around the Judges' "1 cnuic ia.uj, r.. Kummer. a brother of Clarence Rum mer, the famous Jockey, rode the win. ner. MAS AND MAJOR WIN. Tabe Tsto 3Iatclira In 3Ianhattnn Doulilra Championship. Held for the first time as a separate tournament, the Manhattan doubles championship got under way yesterday on the courts of the New York Tennis Club with an entry of twenty-eight teams, that Included Cedric Major and Alrick II. Man. Jr., one-time holders of the title: Ben Letson and Frederick C. Anderson, the New Jersey champions, and Alfred D. Hammett and Kmbree Henderson, runners-up in the New Jer sey title tournament. Seven matches were played In the first round and two In the second. Man and Major scored over' two capable teams In H. B. O'Boyle and Donald Keresey and A. L. Von ; Bcrnuth and D. M. Lay. defeating both ,,., - ,,,.. ',',... 8 Manhattan Doubles Championship. First Round-H B. O'Doyl and Donald Keresey defeated S. R. McAllister and Georgs O. Moore, 57. 5-t. 6-6. Cedric Major and Alrick H. Man. Jr.. defeated Anton L. Von Etrnuth and D. M. Lay, 62, 03, Frank T. Andereon ard Charles A Anderson de bated Hlgmund Spaeth and George S. Croes beck, ft 1, 61, Rcbert S. Stoddart and S. G Kelly defeated V. Coocan and J. Ford. 6-0, 00: Alfred D. Hammett and Embree "'nutrson oeieaiea t.iison ana hodds, O-O. t! I. Chatterton and Vriens defeated A. H. Wood and J. D. Keyes, fi2, 28. 7-s'5. Second Round Cedric Major and Alrick H. Man, Jr., defeated H. B. O'Uoylt and Donald Kerey, 64, 75; It. S. Stoddart and 8. G. Keller defeated Frank T. Anderson and Chariot A. Anderson, 63, 0-3. TO PI AY .MISSISSIPPI ELEVKN. BIXOVINGTON. Ind.. July I3.-Th Indi ana UnHerilty football tram will play the Mississippi Unlterslty eleven at Bloomtngton Octottr 6. It aa announced to-day by Ewald O. Stlehm, director of athletics at Indiana. The game nlil take tht place of that sched uled with Rutgers College a't New Bruns wick. X J.. which was cancelled bcauu of the length of the trip. EMPIBE CITY ENTRIES. First Race For three-year-olds and up ward, claiming, about sis furlongs: Index. Horse. Wtjlndex. Horst. Wt. 543 Mme. Uyng..llO (607) Brisk 120 607 Flying Orb..loS 9 Val. West ..10i 607 Trlomphant..ll01 177 M. HoIIIns ..103 607 Amer. Eagle.1151 607 'Midlan 103 Barrts Pet...0S 614 Beauty Sleep. 110 007 Tan II 110 607 Etruscan ...,115 607 Arrowhead ..1081 607 Ben. Crow.. .,115 5SI Amackaasln..ll5 170 North. Belle. .103 531 Redgers, ....113 6IC Fair Colleen.. 103 Second Race The Edzenood Purse: thr 0IU lively iw ll inv t' guest. ,JIU year-olds and up; selling; one rolls and WlKtli.''' w. .., WO Young Adamllll -W 'Youneed ...104 ,U.... .... lll'l... IIUl.Ti I. f.l.T Coaler lii nn 'Penelope ...101 ii! ! M2" Ben Gow....lOT '.:i2' Veto 601 Ivry .......,100! 5321 Crystal Ford (0I) W. MachlnellH 5I'I Sir Grafton. 10S Third Race Th East "View Stakes of 0,000; two-year-olds: about tlx furlongs: Index. Horse. Wt Index. Horse. wt. .118 (60!) Ten Lec 113 .'.03 Dark-Horse. 116 (6201 Knobble ....116 503 Halu 116 (5061 Moody 116 (603) Chevalier .. (60S) Eternity ... 020' Theodosla . 621 Batlynew .. 500' Machlavelll lid -1W (4 VII SeraDla 116 rourtn ltare ine lonnent Handicap ef S4.000; for three-year-olds and upward: mile I .... . -t-.un.h. 1 index. Horse. . Wt.'Index. Horse. Wt. ' (OOOl On Watch ..1121 Sift' Cromwell .. 9 i.Crth 1.. tm.le tOn (W.J fnn TI 1M , .i. ........ . . . . , .,... v . .. ,.w f.tll Salvestra ...100 Not The weight on On Watch Includes a i nnalty or .T Ins. Fitlh Rare-For four-year-olds and elulmlne:: mile and a furtnnr. '. tut' Air Man i- n.iH iu im fel m , r9 'nvrest Boy.1 nil I. Drapeau..ii.i m Arbitrator ...103 t t Alma H 102 Sixth Bace Two-year-olds; maidens; sell ing ; five and a half furlongs: Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Horst. TO. f.00 Cellva 110J 609 Lady A!gy...l07 615 Lady FrappellOl 602 Toreador ....110 615 Kate Kraley.1071 602 Frippery ....102 (626) Arada 1111 540 Gipsy Id...tl0 626 L. Fanlastle.1121 602 8alesman ...111 602 The Cook.. .1111 Apprentice attawanct clalmaat Olympic Leave for Three Police Athletes T IP.EE memberi of the New Tork Police .Department hav been granted a leave of Uty days to take part in the Olympic raises to be held in Antwerp next month. They are Lieutenant Mat thew J. McGrath 'of Traffic A. Patrolman Patrick McDonald of Traffic B and Patrol nun WtJUara V. Spensler of the East Eisht'-eishth meet station. McGrath and McDonald will com pete in the discus and hanvser throwing contests and Spensler in the heavyweight boxine elasn. ' Preparatljns are belnir made in the Police Department to give the three men a rousing send off when they leave next week for Antwerp. V IN LONG MATCH .i5 Beaten n v Httntr in f f nf W.ih.t, c: " . , .. 'Lt1" lfl n 01 '-'nntry Cub of Westchester silkies 'yeftercar Francis Hunter ?hi Vftrfh h!le and Westchester County champion. :d'f'1.W!llatr.d io 'after three '." hafosht Mta by a score of :-. . 10 J. The contest was marked by hard hitting and sharp, alert volley leg on both sides and'there was little to chooee between the men until the Ust few games of the final set, when BoUford tired and was unable to maintain tha fart pace set by his opponent Hunter , by his hard hitting literally smashed his , .. ...., in the last ten minutes -1,. The" default of Leonard Beekman and n . ... ..... . . . Iby rain on Thursday. Hugh Kellher played spectacular ten nis In his first round match with Ed mund W Peaslee. whom he defeated 5 . I. Tre latter was unable to offer much resistance against the force ful, accurate hitting of his opponent who had fifteen placement, and only six errors i Th summary : J Cocntr7 Club ef Wett'iws'.er Inrttaiion Flrrl First rooart-nnfrt 1 ivT raic Wl'.iUra RoicnbiLiD. 17. fZ. Hush Kelebr itfeated Eimur.d W P'asle. ft 0. Alai L lyiwrer wen from Harold A J Throckmorton and default. Chart 1"$ rouod-Hvgh Kllfhr defeafd A. J. t.n..rr fi R I- William J. Gallon de feated R. B SiKhley. 63. 6-2. Henry Mol lenhauer defeated Charles Chambers, 60. 6-0. Hoffman Nkkerson won from A. H. Man. Jr . by dfault: Fran'ls T. Hunter de feated Wlliard Bouford. 2-A 7-.".. 10 J; G. A. L. Plonue won frora Charles M. Bull. Jr . by default. rrtrrt rMV m'AI REACH GOIJ- FIAI- P.ROOKLINE. Mass.. July 23 Fred J. Wrtfht. Jr. and Parker ScHofleld. both ef th Albemarle Coif Club. Newtonville, win play to-morrow for the amateur golf cham plonshlp of Massachustts. The pair sur Tivea tnetrmana stmi-imai rouaaa .v u- HOD AND GUN. SEA BASS AND RIACKF1MI. PRISCfLU LEAVES BATTERY 7:45 IHTRY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY. ' Lunrhr and Rrefrethmentt Sened. AJwa: p.tnty of bait. Capt. ENGLAND. PBISC1LLA WILL NOT GO FISHING ON I YACHT RACE DAYS . I jrjrr toe TinNG for fishgio, RHAKI$J.45 KHAKIS' PANTS SHIRTS .75' iVlODELL'S 11 Ft'LTON ST. 70 CORTINrrT ST KMtMIIKE II.K SATFRDAY. 7:30 A. M. KLONDIKE BANK SUNDAY, S A. M. SEA BASS NOW RUNNING GOOD, ft I fl I D 1 dally, 6 A. M.. eie Monday. hlKul HA Sunday, ft A. M.. Sheepshead UlimLUn Blr ' capt. D. MARTIN. SEE YACITf RACES wniLE tISinNG. SEABASS AND BLACK FISH. Steamer "LINTA lve CaxArtte. " A. M Daily exc. Mon. and Robert P. SEA BASS AND FLUKE, leave 52d Street, South Brooklyn, Sunday. 7 A. M. Capt. GUS POLING. Doughboy Ivs, Stahle's Iler, Canarsl, 7 A M Eat. Sun. i Mon. ARTHUR AND HARRY, formerly of th "A1frt s Wenkflsh, Fluke, Lafayette. ii. .ii ien Maroor. CHAS. '0EHItEN. Goose Creekjamalea Bay DS FISHING TACKLE We alro lend money on taetii. J. H. RE1F. 309 3d At . nr 23d St.. it T. C. SELNADA Sunday 8:30. Dally, exc won and FtI.. 8 jo froca XT 'V. Free port. Fart 12. Inc. bait UAItMA.N a DENTON, spa nASS AN1 Ml irunmi 0111 M D(lPf 'earrs Sheepsh'ead Daily AnUlllllllllIV . sun. 7 A. M Capt. PIJtGE. Commodor Molltor's Dock. uwnswater station, rsday and St. 6 :43 train. Sunday. 3 .2 train. Hen Wrljrht, LONG BRANCH FISHING TIER FiuV. nuke, are biting good, wcakflsh ! and blackfish are biting. Bait and tackle very rtatwinuig. BASS AND BiaCKFISH-7 A. M. SUNDAY. Captain Joe fi. Leaves nneepsneaa uay dally except Monday 8 A. M. Capt. ARCHY BUCKNER. ALERT Leaves It. It. dock. Wreck Lead, exc. Mon. ana r ri., o:43 Sunday 5:25 train. Capt. GEORGE WILSON. BASS. "BLACK-SUN. t-M. LONG BRANCH uawi " ... .ii. a a t ... Um UAS9, MaJail from' Sheepshead Bay. Capt LOUIS HARMS. Dolauradora leaves Stahle's, Canarale, Sunday, 7 A. M. Capt. THEO. I'EITH. ZANGARA leaves Washington St., Jersey Sunday a. .. u. n. 30. Capt. CHR1STENBEN Nautilus leaves Dunne's, Sheepshead Bay. 8 A. M. Sat. for spots; 8 A.M. Sun.for sea bass. Stefano JUDGE 'Leaves Bay 41th at. Ulmer Fark. Tues.. Thurs.. Sat 9 A. M. Sua. " M. CHAS. ANDERSON. .7,.Blf and 8E.V BASS :30 A.M. SUNDAY F.:aSftov leaves foot Washington at. Jer- ... ruv Only. capt. u. onuit-v sTftn i Leaves A. . aany, 1,2 Ml IK ADunnt's Dock. Sheepshead Lay, .IJLIVrlVfi capt. LOUIS KOMAREK. niO MESSES OF FLUKE Botgtl'a launches . r...nilft dally. 7 A. M.: 12. In halt. Tel. Skidmor wi. Wrrnr. F1SHLNO-10 A. M. DAILY, 1 1 ..... t-un.V... 11.. . ' anssi'nlil' Leaves Sheepshead Bay fiunftas ' ADMIHflL t;30. Capt. -HARHE. OLIVIA Ivs. Cla.on Point Sunday at 8 A M. for blaekflih, flounders; bring bait. Capt. PLOGER. ELEANOR G, g Laves Harms': Hotel, latianas nay, Sundaia 8 A. M. Capt. TED, PAUDIH leaves foot 15th St.. Hoboata '"" ii .u; t ier i, s.lv.ll., j. rj.. 713 r,,....Thur... Sat.. Buiu Cap.. Kd nncc p LEAVES WEST 35TH rt M. CAPT. JOE. P. BELMONT m'JFr MAHCY B. '""'iLl.A.in -' "mwu.-y KLONDIKE does not sail nnxll furthtr u tic. Capt P. PERSSON. ' u" Bch Bridge, la.ll, Capt. Babla. ICOCHRAN'S OFFER MAY SHIFT IN VALUE'?? y 1 wool! take ptaco accordlar to 1 e Kearns Considers the Rates of and that there wcwid be so iterfer. Foreign Money Exchange. By CHAULES F. MATHISO.V. 5 WT:en Jack Kearrji was asked yester- the rules and rerulationa of th r--. day what he tboucht of the offer of , mtaiion." was the sUt of Ctal:n fSe.900. made by Charles a Cochran, j ha 8. Smith's reply to the report t!t for a boat in London between Demptey x rival promoter would esdea . - , and Carpentler he said ; J have the bouts stop?d. That is a rroposltton that require ' ..wbslt lt u irue thlt l3)t r,.rj. of the bout For example. on.Thursd.y. i Eood conduct MU when the offer was received, the was worth IJ.S9, ana tn ooiurs the pus would have amounted to 119.. To-day the American value of the pound fell to U.T. which would reduce the tout value to I1SS.W9. Now. suppose that we werir" over to England for a bout la November or December and the pound sterling drooped to U. Tou can fee that the f9.00 ...!. -n n ntts4i for the reason ifv. ..' " ----- - 1 that wten we returned to America we ..1.4 ,v Vnrl'Ah moner Into I vaw v,.M..e . - " . dollars. "However the offer is a good one ara I hl! thinlj it over before giving a fAn(t answer. At the same time I am convinced there is more money fnr both Carpentler and Dempsey right here in America. 1 am nju 01 ik ice cnampion ssuum uunw ....v - American soil, and I have seen nothing to change my opinion on that point" Dempsey continues to train hard every day and will be in excellent trim In another week or two. Th attempt by certain disgruntled boxlnr promoters of New Jersey to pre vent the Wills-Fulton and other bouts scheduled for the Newark Sportrmn'.i ROD AND HIGH WATF.lt FOR LOCAL ANGLERS FROM JTLY 2 TO JIT. Y Z Tb HcrWo). -Bay UI. 27 3JI 4-48 S3i 624 Dt. Jalr J July 2S Jolr 2 Julr 11 a.m r-' wi. : 2 12 2 .4S 2 17 I JO . XfA 35 3 II 3. .. 01 4 30 4.0.5 . 4JI 5.17 M S-M 603 SM J07 July The time riven in the aboe table is Eastern oce hour. , . t . mt Tharwlar. Weakfish Cam Bark a HU on lnor" Charlie Johascn and his PrV corralled ten eVfl"h on Thursday ano win . lmproTerrnt over tne paT ten q.j eatrh wer small, running two and mree to tli party. Th lafaytttes or spots, as t-rr ar no calling them, bit well, and a i . . . v. ... -m itr.n in - a '. .j of the guides went after nuke and rney rot tV.ern oo Cateh ran up as high as fifteen to th boat, and some ril- Ud "okt amen? Them. The inside fL-hermen hare tee outsld mn t-'aten to a fra!e in th cities of re'tisz iiune. iii- s Is probably that th besm trawlers are rot p-ralttid to drag their nets through th channels of Jamaica Bay- Weakflshlng down In Barnegat Bay has , taken rn a decided Improvement, and catches as high as eixtr to a boat have been r rorted Thl would Indicate that there is tk Jamaica Bar weak- riihemen for it Is lust possible that the fi.h ar'o-lr now cornier up the coast In ' .7,,.. " iMh -hi'e We will know as. I ivria-t within ten days. i rurediy wiuim ten w. r?.hiRr Another Angle on the roor tisning. . v-on-n fUhing pilots In th 1 .t viti s rsptsln and jjt owner of many years standlnit, BOD AND GUN. S5.00 EACH RACE InternationalYachtRaces Vietc Them at Cloio Range From YACHT PRISCILLA LEAVE BATTERY LANDING S .30 A. M. ON DAYS RACES ARE HELD. Capt. ENGLAND In Charge. ,Sand and Tlood Worms. Tel. CbtUea 5444. FISHIN GTACKLE aa- P.REINGOLD' largest Fishing Tackle Store in ew ions. ltl-l't F.lrhth Ate.. Cor. 16th St. G. BECHER, S42 E. tlth St Murray nill 2123. Bait, Tackle, Antes. Mountings, Repairing. Split Bamboo S-rt Tlpa it 00. Big (tack Crtenheart Bethabara and Lancewood. TO THE YACHT ILM RS. CRUSOE PLENTY OF I-INO. aves Canarsl Saturday ind Sunday at 7 A. M. r.KO. KAMMKRr.it 4 Bros. leaves Glen Island, Nep tune Dock, for Blackflsh. Sunday. A. M Fart 11 2-'.. Halt on board. KATHFRINF Private parties. Fir 113 Wastagh. Write Seaford. L. I. Capt. TO. N. SCHUSTER. GASOON 1. 7-J0 A. M. leaves Sur.day.foot of Wash ington St , Jersey Cltr. 7 A.M.; Central Railroad. Pier Capt. R. O'BRIEN. LAFAYETTES. Blaekflsb. Fluke. De Con Inck's, Raunt. Rockattay Beach. Launches for hire. Blood and Sand Worms. Tele phon 12ft Bell Harbor. Trains stop at door Leavs Wreck Lead Station dally exc. Mon. Fri. 8:43 train. Sunday, 5:23. Capt. JAKE RATHMAN. Thura.. Sat. Sun. Bait on board. Tel. 1373 Morn'slde. capt. A. LYONS. Seabird FLUKE FLUKE FLUKE. Leaves Stahle's, Carcarsle, S A M. Sunday Cant. JOHN SCHAEFER. BASS FISHING. S A. M. SUNDAY. One. Dlrrnnn '"v" Sheepshead Bay 10 ilKil r A. M. cai y tor nukt. --- ' Capt. FRANK.BAUMANN. IDA FLUKE FLUKE FLUKE, leaves Stahle's. Canarsle. 7 A. M. Sat, 6 A. M. Sun. Capt POLLAK. ANNIP Lvs. Washington St.. Jersey City, numb 7;00 A M c R n -,.0 A M Capt. LAGAIPA. n ,, t ! . Lvs. Dunne's Dock, Shetpsnead A V KBay. S A. Jt. dally. Sabass, 'Blackflth. Capt J. LUXDT. FOR HIRE. Motor Boat "Private." seating .n. hAii or dav: saillnr. fishln. Tnnuir. 3S Dooley St, Sheepshead Bay. fl! VUDI& Fluke and weakflsh parties, ac ULIITirin commodatlon. Tel. Wantaah 164. Capt. BILL MARCLEY. Seaford. L. I. "WHITE WINGs" for hire, private parties. Fluk and weakflsh. Write or phone 180 Wantash. Capt. GUY DAVIS. Seaford. L. I. Sir, Myra leaving Battery Landing Dally, except Monday. 7 A. II. Str. EVELYN-vTYm: AlVlirOir.A dally 8. 8un, .7. Bat 2 P. M. nnia.sa.r. Kheenshead n America will net salf at a p, J. lllcha.l. M. to-dav. GEORGIE M, leaves Murray's, Wreck Lead dally 6:43 tra, Sun,3'2Sir,Jn, M.MuVraV. RosbR.II FI.l Kh A.N D SEA Iias " Canarsl 7 A. M. d.n'v 5 '30 Sunday, DICK PERSON. Q1PPHII "as canarsl every day j a dArrnu M RonDF:rt t TYNnAi.r' TT1 'KH A DLeaves Shetpsnead Uav E.LlVlrtlXg a. M.; 8un., 7:30. dally. liL'S HAU. Yankee Doodle 1) aPlt EFFORT II "'J r.an- ,ro'" She.. trrUKMI. head Capt F. WRECK. R. C. LUNDY ?"T ZS" 'linly a.wiwa from Sheth.. n.- - - " . - DUANE '.''XV Canarst ewry day 1 A- M. Capt. M. ROWLANn ANWY1 Clason Point 8 Bat. Bun.. Tues. A. M. Thurs.. BIJOU AJ!.S ft, " J-m a, m! NEW YORKER 2 P. M., CLULO. rInh Uondir nlaat has tx'ArA -.. 'New Jeriey Boxisc CotssiUaloa er - " ",ri;rZ . .. """r. , ' the bouts. iae inimaionaj t. t backing me. in outer worcs tr ey i.( aiaranteed me against loss. If a'u- t should 60 wrong I would lose r-y - -j and license. Ton can be sure tha' I aa taking very cood care that I w- -t: sacrifice them. The public and th e- i era are being protected In ever prescribed by the Jersey code 1 .... . Mickey Russell, the Jersey c Msl has had the mlsforun to , from impaired eyesight and a r 1 nrt!nment for h's berf , fl3lKt to-night at th Amikt JrrJAr Cty. Some of tne bK t-xtn , 1 this city will appear In genu.ne otrt'i-j, Danny Fruah Is the latest Zz? jh featherweight to claim the eia?ws. ship of the class. Half a daiea cthsr English feathers got ahead of Daisy with title claims, but Danny's li as gool as theirs. Frush claims a victory cvt: Toung Chaney and nays he yearaa t rueet Kllbane In the ring. GUN NEWS f'.nnrtl IJUiyi t&TI lr;rs TM. Af. PM. .OI. P.M. AM P51 330 2-S7 3-W 4T T 4S3 3M 438 73 7J2 J9) t, 15 4:49 5 1 3 W it 1W 5:41 8 12 0 19 653 7C .7 67 4S 9:53 9:44 7JJ 7t standard time. Fcr daylight sartrg ua xii I saM yesterday of the nssing evrfisi, ) .w. i facinr peculiar aad charged t())M while I do not beiittle tSe ransfol 1 work of the beam trawlers. ct ": ti,. destroctlcn of th spawning tnu tnrtMi(r(, ,re. Net so nany yea-t i , gutl ahoolt of Muefish and nirtr. -asis , ,0 Mr .jjn., with regularity, ard t run out Into th lower car.-- seeing evidence of them. Great V- v i rf bunkers T-er not only la the bas. r.1 er outside along th coast showing t"-e!r jiwr sides to all boatmen. For tb par r trsl y-ars. In or.e portion of Jama! -a Ear lie sn itteraii) millions or ama1 j-w-ed out Heating away belly p ide. and ths I hart seen on n.an r ft t occasions In th last ten years T i r tlon was no doubt brought a'out r- s-rr and it prevails la most arms of ..v "a Is th neighborhood of big cltt-s "Wt should try to get under way a crre- ment to correct this evil, and suei a mr ment Is not the work of a leagu cf 'tabs-' men or an association of boat owners t-ste m entlr community of men whose -?:" !-d strength would compel attention frc-s 'j .Federal GcAerement. To correct ti.s rv ; woujd ntatl a great undertak'.-g a-j! S ' ould rtvitf the Inshore and bav fis itg ouieker and nor thorouahly than a-y Ue means at the disposal of the people t g1 ' you th suggestion and will sypper- s-r i mot emem tnai may p pji ;np-ar- EOD AND GUN. BATTERY LANDING EI.LA Irate- nerj Saturday Afternoon at 1 P. M. Fare 1150 lac halt. Sun, 7AM l-W. Tues.. Wed., Thura.. Sea Ra and ti-.f. Capt. F SCHWA RTZMAN NOTICE ! 4 A. M. SUNDAY SIUI5ASS i Josephine SEABASS and BLACkTISn. ueaves l!ayli.e Sheepshead Bay day SAM every Capt BERT RIK VVAI 7 Special spilt bamboo s-.r '!? lancewood stralsht grained lie. a ft ar length. Mountings, Agate tips and fc.jes, NEPTUNE BEELS. 170 1st Ave. near 1Mb St Tel. Orch. Btl WHITBY 5 A. M. PLENTY BAS3 leaves Hammer's Doc. Sheepshead Bar. erenr tit. Com early. Take Brighton "L" train ft!, good f Is hint and see yacht races afterward. Capt FRANK HAMMERS. VELOCITY Dally, 8 A. M Sunday, SO. from EheerstetJ Bay. Capt. Henry Bnbt, formerly of the steamer Mt Desert AVUI net go fishing Saturday. SPECIAL TRIP MONDAY-BASS. rORGIE. i:v-, rvniiiL S ALERT Boat chartered by fapt. H. Hau ser, 107 8tn av.. N. Y. C. Tel. Chelsea 336?. All friends come. RAY II. Capt. 6 A. M. BUNDAT Dunne's Dock, Sheepshead Bay JOE M0RAVEC. FishingTackle and Bait Sealers who do not tell lire bait hate tin words "tackle only" or "no bait" foltowlil their names. List appears Tuesdays, Thurs- Cays and Saturdays. MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX. Abbey A Imbrle. 97 Chambers St. Tackle o'JJ. Abercromslt a Fltch.Uad.av. A 45th. T'U oa Baumann, 2232 Second sr.. near 113th at Baumann. John. 371 W. 125th tt. J Brunner. WashJIktTel7433 Cort. HIgraraiisi. BlachlnskyJ012 3d av.(155th st). T'l.Mtl.lUI Brunner. WashMktTII433 Cort. Helsraclt.iu Cot, Alphtus, 27 West 12Mh st. Tackle csly. Conroy, Thos. J., 23 John st Tackle only. Da vera, 8. B. Co., 123 W. 123th st Davega. 8. B, Co., Ill East 42d st. i 'TV Daiega. 8. B. Co.. 831 Broadway. I 1'" Davega, S. B. Co., 13 Cortlandt st. t Bgx; Dlrkes. 401 W. ROth at (A. Dory prop.). Tt-. Dutll, John. 42S W. 42d st Tel. Lor-gacre 137. Fuche, H.. 52 First ar. Tel. 936 Orchard. Bait Rn.rh.rT.tl Sth It lUlh at. Unrn'sd Sdil' Cordon, 2127 Amsterdam av., lustn st No bait r. IM am'.tm av T.I r-l1S? TUttlT. I!ei.ts: .M iv . nr lit at. Kkl har.d tack:. Bross, 8th av. and 34th st. Second hand tscC'. Hlrtch. L.. 609 Amst'dm av.. l-sotn sts. r m. Hochgraf.F..S07E.34thst Tel.Vanderbtit 2iA KellerraaiUOW Mav.,154 tt. Tel.Mel.10B. Bd Klffe. H. II. Co.. 523 Broadway. Tacsie our. Kirtland'a. 98 Chambers st Tacklt Helcra es.- Laiarua. Sot. 218 E. 69th tt No bait Ltvttens. 531 E.138 st. Tackebit. MeUSA Maey. It H. Co.. B'way a 31th st. No bsU. Msrker.H..1492Amst.aT..n'r 134th. T'k'.eitslt Metropolitan Hdw. Co., Church and Vesty sta. Hudson Terminal, tirana uenirai. .-to ran. Ogllvy. It Co.. T9 Chamoers st .to : Patterson.Gottfried.Hunter.KOFuLst. No t PoIlmenl.D.83Bleeckercor.Prry. Tackle - Relf. J. 1L. 300 Third ar. Flihlny taeHe. Retnrold. 121 8th ar.. cor. 16th st. Tkl'a!t. t...-. tu, r. Tiw.v a titt. .t Ti:l:l Rogtra Peet Co.',' B'way at Warren st I at ilogtn reel wo., o way si Atin st. t i--. ti rt Pn . srtfth at sin st. :orss. Rosenbaum, S E.138th st. Sd ar."L" sutler Bchoverllng. Daly 4 Gales. 302-4 Brcs'trsy. o. ....... w...tt. r. ... v- , . at Tarkls. Tom Hofe.E. Co.,"lH Fulton st. Taekle ertt Von LengericeDetmoia.inc..4i4 mic;, Wali.0..1701stav.nr.lOth. 53870rch. TIi B0E0UGH OF BROOKLYN. Abraham A Btraus, Fulton st. Tsckls o.-.ly. Conxen. A.. 132 Grand St. Tel. 3013 SUIT Doering Co.,564 Liberty av . nr Scher-it a. Epstein. L. A. .1118 Broadway .cor P Kes' lohnson. P. 259 Wyckoff a-.. KM Etrxrea. Klngston,14oniulton st. 7508 Bedford.Repslrt. Kraeuter. 277 Graham av. Rait tackle T. Kummer.!!. ,173ft B'way.B'klyn. Tai '' Loeser. Frederick A Co.. Fulton st Tkle onf. JIarsters. J. P., 53 Court st Tel. ! Mlchaelson. H. !!.. 1274 Bedford a Tkls c-l Mlchaelson. N. L..9I4 Broadway Tacklec-J; Iulltr.O.,262 Wyckoff av, T-1.3211 brgry Morris.A..1737Fnltonst..Reld av. IHl WJ Roeper.M.W.. 777 Woodward av. Tsckl; of chaaf. 193 Flatbush av. Tel. 2319 Pterltng. chebler.F.,2.'.lWyckoffav.Tel 1PV7 Everjrse. Bote. 849 Flushing av. Tel. 4816 P !-, T prung.L.761 Atlantic av.Tel.W.3 Es'""''' Vothrlngtr.llSS Myrtle av. T14178-WE -Wtbtr. IL, 148.1 Broadway. TH. boots. out op Tqm Wymbs, Mike. 441 I2th tt..W.st NJr. Wlt4than.lL.T17 Hackna'k Plk.rd..W.Hoin,r ft