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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 192a. 44 Eastern and Western Racquet Stars Again Line Up for a Week of Strenuous Tennis on the Newport Casino Courts OPEN GOLF FIELD NOW TOTALS 271 piiy Beffins This Morning With fl Hundred More En tries Than Ever Before. Top Notch Tennis Even Without Davis Cup Stars Newport, Disappointed at Absence of Internationalists, Hold Matches Open Until To-day Califomians Come Through in Impressive Style. By KKRR N. PBTIUE. Motel to T" Bl-N iR N,w Yo1 Hwui.n. TpliCi Ohio, Auf. S, Golfers ipeitr to be multlplylnf with the rapidity of rntisTiroonns In h1s Vart of tho country. yol content Hh the record of 240 en Ml repurted yesterday, the Inverness Oolf Club, where the national open chnm BioMhlp ll to he played this week, be ginning, to-morrow, now views with prldo A mn i k that may endure for yean. 1 When W. D. Vandernnol, aecrettry of the United State Mt Association, ar r.veil from New Ynrk'thls morning he ! n( With him a mass of name which ,! -,- n received hv mall and telegram l)nci the orlflnl list wait announced, Tder wire also names forwarded through sporting foods houses, and when II one had been sifted and sorted It was inind that th grand total was exactly ;;i Of th's number nnlv three hn I s.thrtrswn tn-nlght, so that as It looks now the field will tee up about a hun dred stronger than It ever had been before-. Ajnonf the trio if withdrawal! waa thai of Oenrg rotherlnghe)m of nio't- mond County, Statrn Island, srore'iey ot lhi metropolitan section of the I'ro fesslonal flolfers Association. It I. a ondrful field, too. for nboti! he only hlg ones missed are Francis Hulmst, the amatrur who defeated Harry Vnrrlon and Kdward Ray In the 1913 i n . 1 1 litis touruev. anil XLieflnna 1,1 I Smith, formerly Weatern champion, Who finished In n tie for the national crown nhnut ten years sgo with his brother Alt and J, J. McPermotf. To-day the ilr virtually was alive with golf balls, driven by a score or more of amateurs snd nil sorts and sites of prpfesslonals. JOynf st' "Id. Ion and short. T e i"lxt of the tournament has been 1" Rot rliertann r,e fCrtU 1. feel : inchea tall, t.ouls Telllc'r mdll!?''! bl" Hln,'k,e' fl as eliminated Fr'liii. Mcl.eml in flll hni,t ... .n,.n 1 neo ii. fell. they eom. Alex Smith Is the oldest ltd Hobby .lone about lh vn'unre.t 'I Br 8AMIKL J. IRUOKHaX, ffnol to TH Kin anb Ntw Yos Hari. I he been abla to coma thrnu.h win. Nicwr-OBT, It. r Aug. 9. Newport was II let to welcome the conquering Da,vl cup playeri with open nrma thle morn ing when the annual Invitation tennis tournament opened at the Casino courts, but there was mho to welcome. After tl.elr hard campaign on British courts and the tedious voyage acroes the sea I he Internationalists evidently felt they f.ere entitled to a day'e reat In New York before making the trip to New port, and they wired they would not be on hand until to-morrow. It was a disappointment to n large rnllery that, arrived early eager to see tho Davis cup players In action. For a while, too, chagrin was added to dlsap polntment when It was announced early that while William M, Johnston, it. Nor tit Williams Sd and I'harle S. llarland t ould lie on hand to-morrow the i nances ot William T. Tllden appearing were s'lm. Later. hjfxvever. came the cheer ing news that Tllden was headed for Newport after all and that he would play In doubles If not In singles. Kven without ihe presence of the Davis cup men on opening day, how ever, the fashionable Newport summer colony bad plenty ot topnotch tennis, to entertain them, for many other stars of Site court, Wast and Wast, were on hand. As usual, the l.'allfortilana commanded a lot of attention.' They were Willie K. Davis, the Seabrlght flnallat; Roland K. I'oherte. Ihe national clay court cham pion, and Clarence J. Hrlffln. several limes doubles champion, who Is to team with William Johnston for the rast of the season. There were two other Call fi rnians on the court. Richard Hinck ley and Harold QOdaha.ll, Pacific coast Junior champions, (iodshall survived the first round after a three aet match with .losish V. Wheelwright of Boston, the Oltly egtr set contest of the day In single timely stroke In the tenth game of the eecond set. Drawing up from 14 to 4-r,', Raggs appeared tu be on the road to taking the. aet. but ilrlffln had Just enough steam left to fight off EBY'S FAST WORKOUT Old Fashioned Killing IN THE HALF MILE Runs In 1:84 3-5 at Antwerp Bay's Speedy Mile Makes Him 1,500 Meters Favorite. Made with Maiden at Spa Tody, Backed From 50 to 20 to 1, Gallops Away From Fleet Youngsters. Bjr HKXRY V. KIG. Xp'rial to Tug Kin mi New Yost Kaui.D. Saratooa, N. y Aug. 3. An old fashioned killing was made by a few I friends of IV. P. Rurcli when Tody won ! the Tmv Selllnr stube the feitture of The truck and field men of the , the card here thl.s afternoon. Tody is a Br W. If. ( tpnri.iv. I ROHIIHTMOX. .! ' i'il Table Uttpnlrh to Tits lOM vn New Voea Hsuid. t ofvritiM, lt:o, bu The Kin mi Km Vims H is ii. Th BTADiDMi ANTwrnp, Belgium, . ,.Vk . ,,rlrnn W'ayetl skilfully ; .merlcan Olymplo team hud their first ; racy looking chestnut colt 2 years old, by e tough but HatrgsK ability to get every- ,, , , . . ,h. I Hard of Hope, but lie liad never raced entire squad Invmleil the Stadium track, ar.d to Judge from their performance intng nacK and his persistent chop siroae gave tin, Callfornlan a lot of trouble. Roland B, Holierts romped through the first srt of his match with R. C. Seaver, the former Rhode Island title holder, taking six games In a row, but It was different In the second eet. The Callfornlan, with tho games 41 in his favor, begun losing control of his forehand return, driving first out of OOtirtsand then Into the net. Jlls lapse me Juat ubnuL the lime that thf Rhode Islam veteran bobbed up with a determined rally, and It was not long before Seaver had pulled up to S a!'.. Two games of sparkling hard fought talllea followed, each (join to deuce several times before Roberts found a before and the men who lay the odda had scarcely hoard of him. His trials had been hidden from the dockers and Mis J win tie in ii i r i ran: n mi i nu nm- , , , . tie for tho .Stars and Btrlpoi In the Mr. Burch and hla friend, knew he prolonged session which begins ftOXt turn of "pcea a,ul Kntunlay. iMln men, especially the . decisive stroke Watson If, Washburn, the geabright ' winner, played well within himself In allmtnatlnt C, Buydam cutting, it was not unill the latter forced the names to deuce In (hi Opening set that Washburn bestirred himself. Once In stride he had little trouble taking the load and holding It by a comfortable margin. Washburn made no pretence at speed, preferring to win his points by placing skilfully nnil forcing bis opponent out of position. The match ended 8 tt, tZ. Voshel! I ien. let by Fisher. S. Howaid Voshell of New York was by Smith la participating In his twentv-sec- eti'1 national open championship. Ilnaen Plays lnr Holes. J:m Hsrnes was on hand for a full round In the afternoon, but Walter Han. the title holder, arrived In time t'i play nine holes only. Walter Is satls fld that that will be enough. He Is right on top of hie game at present and rotting short of a cataclysm should pre vent him qualifying in the first sixty four, which is all that Is required of the p'ayen the flnt two days. By the time hi Is through the first thirty-six holes lmen will be In trim for the seventy-two holes on Thursday and Friday that will cede the championship. liarnes played the eighteen holes In stroke, going out in 35 and coming Davis's Imprraslvr Ttfnnls. Of the three leading Cnllfornlans. all of whom came through their matches successfully, Davis easily was the most extended by Carl Fischer of Philadel phia, the youthful Kastern Pennsylvania champion, although he managed to end the contest In straight sets, 4, t3. Fischer gave a convincing exhibition of overhead smashing and volleying, but VoeheU'l experience stood him In good stead in the pinches. Superior control and a severe service were the lcadln factors In Voshell'a victory. Charles M. Bull, J..'l straight set trl- 1 lmmh nv.r VA'Ulaf.l lintafnrel tka Vow Impressive. Just as he was at Seahrlght, imTm7 rame thB only lurprlM mivrv nc I nvllfU uir mini mi SHK, .1 fU,. ,1, Ho had sneed aplenty and his aggressive r.et attack, coupled with his ligitnlng service, proved too much for Wallace K Johnson of Philadelphia, fifth on the national ranking list. The manii ended In straight aets, 4 4, 3 Johnson, as usual, worked his chop stroke to the limit, hut It failed to bother Davis half as much as the C.iliforian's own chop stroke, which he used with greater effectiveness. If not as frequent ly. On molly occasions In the lonner rallies It was a case of the chop stroke peclallst being "outchopped." There was greater vcrsality to Davis's attack ick in 7. Jim was out In a four ball ! He f"rc"d n" l every opportunity i iitch, which Included Henry J. Top pmg of Greenwich. I. S. Robeson of Hochester and J. S. Wadley, an amateur from Texas. In his 72 Barnes rimmed the cup four times. He was hooking his tee ehots a good deal going out, but I fter the turn he got his game straight ened out and was playing what might be termed good championship golf. Two seventies were reported during tho course of the day. One of these u made by Gilbert Nleholls of New Tcrk. the other by Charles Hoffner of ADmont, Philadelphia. Nleholls had 16 Mil iay, while Hoffner scored J4 and Ktas'ilng up with a 3. However, as triMf f the professionals remarked, "to Mmw In the day.'' Practice "0a are. Pable to turn themselves into champion fMj 80s. There la danger In getting "1 keen an ede on one'a game before tM actual championship play. Most of (ose who went around were there only io imooth out their swings and to feel "lit the course. A aide wager was made ifrt and there, but In the main it was jus: practice play. Among those who came close to Nlch cllsand Huffner were Frank .McNamara of Cherry Valley and John Cowan of Btockbrldfe, who had a chance to win tile last national championship at Brae Rut. but fell down on the last nine o!- Bach played around in 71. tc Ximara thinks that the Inverness i not as difficult as Cherry Val Ity. .Nevertheless, all agree that it is lecHaery to hit a good tee shot to get away with anything. Avion at Top Pitch. There were many who gcored 72 or 73. Among those at the lower figure were Tom Kerrigan of Slwanoy, Laurence Ay ton of Evaneton, Joe Mitchell of Mont tlair, Fred Brand of Allegheny and Ted p.ay of England. Ayton Is the Scottish Internallonnl player w ho came to this country only thia year. Ho is now lotatea at ihe 'New Evaneton Club of -hieago. To many In the gallery follow in; his match, which included also Jock 31'ctrhinson. the Western open champion ; Mcnoiie, and Fred Mcleod, Ayton ap peared io be playing right up to concert jncn. as. complained, however, that he tar from satltfled with hla iron nou. it was not so much the result at '"neo a.s the way that the ball was hit "at displeased him. The feel waa not r'Knt, he said. That match waa one of otst of the day. Nlcholla and Ayton P ajed Hutchinson and McLeod and fln l5hd ell even. Bobby Jones of Atlanta, paired with Jtamle Johnson, the Minnesota cham pion, played against Stewart Maiden, formerly professional' Instructor to bobby, and niel e ruimii and and while Johnson passed him now and then with a well directed shot more often the Callfornlan succeeded In block ing the return. From deep court, too. Davis had the better of It, His forehand drive was deep and sharp angled and had the Phlladelphlan racing from side to side to meet It. Davis broke through hla opponent's service four times In the match and vlelded only once on his own service. He held the lead throughout, getting the Jump on his rival by breaking through In the first game of each set. After get ting out in front by a score of 4 !, Davis lagged a bit and permitted John eon to draw up to 4 5. In the ninth game the Pacific coast star had the points 4 13 In his favor, but failed to get tho point, necessary for the set, mak ing three errors In a row and dropping the game after It had gone to deuce three times. On his own service In the next game, however, Davis made short work of it. taking four straight polats, two of them on service acea. In the second set the Califorrdan led at 31 and 42, and was never hard Tho latter has enjoyed a successful season on the courts and has extended many of the best racquet Wield era, but his control was poor to-day. par ticularly when a point meant the loss or th winning of a game. Bull was very steady and got everything back. There was an Intermission of nesrly three hours between singles and doubles. In the absHace of the Davis cup stars, the match between Nat Nlles and Alfred 0, Dabrey of Boston, the former New England champions, and Craig Riddle and Wlllard Botaford furnished the. fea ture. It ended In a victory for Niles and Dahney. whose team play, matured through long experience, was far su perior to that of the rival pair. Blddle and Botsford performed well Individual ly, but time and again were (ausht un prepared by a shot that came speeding between them. Early In each set Riddle and Botsford ran Into a lead. They were in front. 30, In the first division of play and 2 n in the second, and yet were beaten straight seta. 8 4. 7 S. Willis Davis and Roland Roberts ex perienced unexpected difficulty In dlspos- Ingof ' H. Hyama and Q, D. Biddle. the latter pair forcing the first set to 7 5. Roberts was very uncertain at first on his forehand drive, sending the ball Into tho net with regularity, but ho Improved after that, and with Davis volleying splendidly in the forward court the Cali fomians began to show the true merit of their game. Of eouree, all the first rouird matches in singles and doubles In whk:h the Davis cup players were to have appeared were held open for to-morrow.1, The summaries : runners, were forced to sleep In hard beds during the voyage, they did not show any III effects, for they were full of "pep" and dash, and not u soul but frhowed that he was in aliape While all the Americans attracted at tention, the runners In the 800 and 1,100 meters have aroused the main Interest, as these rnces will he tho most Important i f the whole list of running events on the programme, llarl Kby, the Unlver-4f slty of Pennsylvania middle distance runner, will carry the hopes of the Yan kee contingent In the S00 meters, and aj he look the track for n pipe opener he was critically watched Moving In a s;,'endld, smooth style, the Quaker stu dent elected to go the full half mile In stead of the Olympic distance, and he mi timed by every one who carried a slop watch. Several agreed on tha time of 1 minute 54 J-3 seconds, which would :i least be a second faster had he con f tied his (sfforts to the metric dlt-tance. Eby complained of a little stiffness around the knees, which ho said should r-ear off within a few days. No doubt Fby's most dangerous opionent will be C D. Rudd, the South African Oxonian student, who Is ssld to he better than 1:34 for the half. Quite a num- ter of books are In full blast -here As a result he was offered to Ihe pub lic at so to i. At this figuro hundreds were bat on him and when his odds dropped to 20 to 1 he had more sup porters. That the nmount of money wagered on him did not cut his price much lower was because neither the cvery-day racegoer nor the professional believed be had a chance of beating the field of seasoned colts which opposed him. When It came to running Tody looked like a 1 to 10 shot. He followed George W. Loft's Guvnor to the final furlong pole. There he went to the front and won In a gallop by four lengths. Guvnor quit to" a walk 111 the last sixteenth and W. 8. Kilmer's Our ling came along with n rush and heat him out of the second end of the purse by half a length. Tody covered the five and a half furlong route In the good time of 1 :05 3-3. While thl:i ra''eWBS being run It wss announced that two noted Jockeys had Severed their connections with their contract stables. Ted Rice and James Fltislmmons have parted company anl Newton Barrett' will ride no mote horses belonging tu George V. Loft. Ilritdlry Scores With Best Pal. Rst J'al, belonging Io B, R- Bradley, s Kentucky horseman, ran an exception- Protests Racing of . Vanderbilt Horses Sptcial Cthl DffatcK o Tai Sis aso New VOSE HSBALB. Copyriiit. " righto rtitn-H. PARIS, Aug. 9 Official objection to the homes of tho late Will iam K. Vanderbilt running In the Deauvllle races under the colors of J. Rutgers Leroy, as hoad of the association composed of Mr-ander-hilt's heirs, lfs been filed with the Deauvllle steward by Capt. Jeffer son Davut C'ohn, the "English race horse owner. Hla proteat waa bused on Ihe fact that Mr. Vanderbllt'a will has not yet been opened an that, therefore, the racing association formed by Mrs. Vanderbilt and her sons and daughter to race the Van derbilt horsee in France is not legal. Racing enthusiasts here, however, asserted to-day that Capt. Cohn would benefit materially If the Van derbllt stable were barred from tho Deauvttta track, since his horse were beaten there last week by the Van derbilt racers. DEDHAM DEFEATS MYOPIA. 13 TO 6 Robert C. Shaw 2d Scores Seven for Winner. KAnRAOAKsr-rr Ptan. H. !,, Aug. I. Dedham, Willi a three goal hnndlcap, defeated Myopia here to-day in the semi final round for the Army and Navy polo cups. Tho score waa 13 to . Robert O. .Shaw 2d, who played half bnck on the Dedham four, was In the foreground throughout the contest snd tt was his clever work on both defence and offence that carried awny the game, Of the ten earned goalo he contributed seven. Norfolk snowecj Myopia under, 23 to 10, In the first gams of the Circuit cup series. Receiving a 8 gonl handicap. Myopia was able to make but one earned goal. The line-up: AII.MV NAVY HKMI HNAL. M5U1IAM. MYOPIA. Pns. Hep. Pes. cn 1 A. OoodwJn.. 1 I-. Veal Hire ! Gerald Dempsey, 1 2 A. c. Hurrsge. . . ,1 3 It. ll. Shaw Id., 41 3 Frederick Ayer. . ,1 4- J. Duncan CisrR. .11 4-H.P.MvKean, Jr. t Total u; Total r. ... 13 De4hajtt t!nle rarned. 10; by handles, I, Tetsi, 13. ICyoels Oeali earned, ti by hanatrsp, 0. Total, 8, Individual goals linnUwtn, 1: tiempiiev, 2 ; fthaw, 7; (Mark, 8 Itlee, I; Btirrago, 2; Aysr, I; MrKean, 1; safety asalusi Pmtliami snfeiv anslnst Myopls. I'cnialtles -l-'nuls agstnsl Mynpls. I sgahwt Dedhsni, 0. Keferta llarrv Holmes. Time ot game Bight 71, mlRUt periods. rtltCfiT (TP annum. NORfOLK, myopia n, LTT 1... .iJki i..,..he I " - ' I us. Urn. mump 10 win ine purs- nj isi.t A Amory.... 4 l-Huss.ll BUrrag. 1 It. T. Wilson's Wyoming run the best fWJ, Haeon m 2-T. Msnriell . . .". . t race of Ills career and flnuihcd second. ) ,1-P. W. Wrenii.. . 3 .'t-llerbit Hosteller 1 third. I he time -' ' uiicn. . .i- vi . urosvenoi .. . i waa reached. Then he merely had to ! Only an armful, but, my;, what a Clean-up! 515 bqys' wool Norfolks. Sizes 7 to 16. 402 of them were $25.00 to $35.00. ' The rest $14.50 to $22.00. $12.50 to-day. Rogers Peet Company Tntnl ,1.11 Total.. wmw w iiouhm are 111 iijii I'leni -,. - -- and for the 00 meters Rudd is Ihe fa- Uy fine race-In the North Creek, and voiite at even money, while slight odda are quoted against Kby. liny Favorite for 1,500 Meters. Aftr his hard practice spin on Sun day, .lole Ray was out with the hunch again, and Just as eager as he was on Sunday for a real hard workout. In fact, Jnle is a bear cat for work, and will give a brush to any one he meets on the track, from the quarter-miters up- It was suggested to .lole he run the fifteen hundred meters, but the Chicago wonder thought the distance too trifling and he hit It uii for the full miles. Swinging alone at a goon, eien stride, he suc ceeded in covering the full Journey In 4 ninnies 111 seconds The foreigners who watched Ray were amaaed at the ease with which he got over the ground, and It was agreed by all that If the tra. k is right on the day of his event a new world's record will be the result. The "bookies" are ready with all sorts of money on the 1,500 meter race. After the workout Ray at once reigned the favorite at 7 to 10, while A. G. Hill. Ray's most dangerous rival, was spoken as 7 to 5. It Is jet unknown what the men will do for the Olympic distance, but their records for the mile are equal, both having done 4 minutes 14 2-5 sec onds. Hill has not appeared st the Stadium as yet. The Kngllsh team Is expected soon, but the report is that they will net come until the Very last minute. Of the sprinters and other short dis tance runners Charlie Paddock showed vp In the best form. He was very little effected by the voyage and consequently was as strong as an ox and full of run ning when he turned out on the track for his workout. After a few Umbering up f tarts he shot out for the full 100 meters, and although he ran on the soft, outside edge of tho track he came home In 10 4-5 seconds, or a fifth of a second short of the Olympic and World s record. Not feeling contented with what he did for the short sprint. Paddock announced that he would try his speed over the 200 meters. This made a run around the bend necessary, hut Paddock completed rated as where he went Io the front snd . .' .... ,, ' .., ' L ..." . ... " . ':." 'Z lev! home a big field of good homes., in eluding Donnncons, In a gallop. Rest Psl broke slowly, hut darted into a con tending position before the first fur long bad been covered, Then he rc reeialned close to lb" pace to the home stretch romped past the lodges eight lengths shead of I'nder Klre. Bridesman was ihird. Donnacnna was pinned In a pocket 'n the early stages and never had a chance. When straightened out for the run in he didn't show much -speed. Perhaps his race ngalnst Man of War last Sal Urdu v had sapped his speed and strength. In the first event honors went to v Southerner when K. Trotters A, N. Akin heat home h big field of sprinters. That h( earned ihe major porlleli ol the purse was due to a diligent ride by M Garner. Arnold set a terrific pace o the final sixteenth jiole, and at that point had an advantage big enough to warrant the belief that he would walk home. But Garnet hustled A. N. Akin after him and got his mount up In the last stride to take the purse by a nod. Frederick the Great waa third, four lengths back. Samuel Ross of Washington has a Cariiet Sweener was of the race, which was at one mile, was i ..0 j u.. .. .,1, . ,i , elicited ,.' , , , , 1 Norfidk-tinals earned. S.V by handicap. 0. dnome In 1 .iB. i Total. (3, Mynnla ll.-Ooals earned, 1: by Word was received yesterday from handka. P. Total, 10, Individual geals-1- Parls that Jockey Frankle O'Neill had Amory, II; Its. on, ri; tVrenn, t, Bowdltch, sold hlw vearllng flllv Princess Pala- ll Barrage, 1; Msinlell, ll Ilostetter, 1; tine hv Pr'neo Paiitine out of Frisctte. . 1 iroevener, i. PenaltySafety n Myopia, line h pr.nce taiaune out or mw ,.,,, . Arm ,. lf T1 1)f gameElght by Hamburg, for 111,900, Frlizle, Mr. ni(nuu p,r(o, H. EC Knapp'a promising young sire,) . la also nut of PrhMtte, The eecond dam new makk at FtMRWi him,. of the filly Is (indules, by St. Simon, and In a four ball inatrh played over the Por- then comes Ornls, bv Bend Or, MS at Hill lieUl Club course W.B, Donahue of Shot Over, the latter the winner of th lmga" "iiP gj ,2J ' ,,,'. , . 41 ,,, new eouree reeorn of HH. The nsr re, nril Kngllsh Darby. Princess Palatln WW. we TO, Mr, Donahue's CO broahatheaVia shortly be on the way to Kentucky, . teur reeord of the eourse five Strokes, me where he will be located at the Xalapa i i.re. ii,u reeord beinr. held by ll. A. Harfteid stud. at 74. CANADIAN RACETRACK TROl BI.E.e. HOnTHDAUi W,J' .iiie. v.- I IIP inue- B roadway St 13th St. Broadway nt Warreo "Four Convenient Cornere" Broadway at 34th St Fifth Ave. at 4X1? IS N. V. A. C. BOIN(i Ttll RNAMKNT. .1. Mrlllnser of Ihe (iarl; House A. A. after ulcntnjr hi semi-final bom In the ISA pound LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES On Iza nmalttr aihI nhoen last loner aftr wing AllMl Koot'-Eat, the antlaepllf pnw drr for the fwt. Bhakpn Intu the nhoea and IpHnkUHl In ihe foot hath, Allen Foot Kae nmUen tight nr new hoc.' feel aiy; Riven inntiint relief to corn and bunlnne, prevent lllleter. (.'alloue and Sore HpoU. ll'i the areaiemt roinfnrt dleravBry of the ttre. Try ( (tHf, Sold every her. Adv. A it Alre i t i.icmntt in the I.ont af fl Found Column otTNK SVS A SI) SEW vmt' iji- i. if T eey. ... . let. lis. of the New Vork AlhUtle Club's Mms- IU hrred The l.rn-senien deel.r. he. 1 " "V" ' - tmr hnxliie tournament last nlabt was un lll refuse to rsee si BHiehonnets If the n rifOirniie jimc Inat properly. etle to so on with V. Crvstal tn the final uneott siiitttde Is tnslntsine lMeeiise of sudden nttsrl; of stomach troiibl Lonnets raretrark innnnsement warns hois. men that If 'hey raced st Mount Royal they The All the ether bouts were keenly te-.ted snd some lively affairs resulted. wi'inmsrlea : 11.1 Pound lisss. feml-flns's J. Ttomano, I Crntrsl A. I.'., defeated I., (totdbers. upal- i Isehed. 4 rounds, referee' deetnlnn: S Krlln. j tt'eohlya A. A., defeated Z. A. Stoenke, j lirenVnals A. P.. 3 rounds, .lodges' ileelalf-n. , 11,1 rnnnrl Pins' flout Frits defested Ito-1 Bjuvno, 2 rounds, stopped by referee. 2' Pound (iss. aemi-fiesisii. Percy, I l.i ro A. Cm defeated T. t.slhaeli. Central J A. On .1 rousds, ludses' de.-lslon. D, Per- d do. PaUllSt A. C. defeated M. Marsetle, , ft. Aaeelra'S A. C, 1 rounds, stopped by rl f.r.e. fj.". Pound final Pnut Verdldn defeated 1 Psrey. I o rounds; slopDe'l liv referee. i lir. Pound Class, Keml-flnsls K. Crvtal. Clark Houe A. A . detested F. lU-llsndo. Cen'isl A. f'.. three rounds, Judpes' deel.Jou: .1. MeUlanr, Clark Houee A. A . flefesleil N Tiirntl, Ptiillst A. C, Ihrte rounds, Jiidsita' d.eiilon. 12.1 Pound Speolal Bout-Harry Prown, Clark Home A, A , defeated F. Itced, Pi. Anselm's A. C.i threo rounds; Judces' decision. RAIN STOr THE TROTTKRS. CTJSVELANO, An. a.-Raln esuscd a hlh class colt In Gnome, which he re- gramme of r.rand Clreuit harness rarlnc at centlv bought from John Sanford. In j North Randall to-day snd necessitated s the second race be was practically left rearrangement of the week's ear, . .v.- k... i.i. , i 'Wei' "111 rarry r Ine through Saturday. at the post, but hi treat speed csrried I Tn.,,.., r,rd w, he re,d tmerrew, it him to the front before the ttrst turn em also the first division of the 1:1 pare. SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART L ! ! t I Ne-A-Bort tnviftHofi ainatea Vir.f rntmd ..... ....,1 tn ..main in front bv a narrow ' wim. i- rieii. r.ufoeni. wr.-..,i iv.ii...A bemi r. . .w. er, ttmm In manv F. .lohnson. PhiladelDhia. e I. n .1: Mnah j the course In 22 tt Seconds ;- that .lohnson had failed to ur- ,?h?r.NTr. Seated Stanley Pear- first class b, the onlookers vive tho first round of the tournament. ! j. y,w York. defeated Millard lloi. The contest was the only one staged on ford. New York, rt.l, ; Tlieo n. Pell, the chan.plon.hlp court In the mornlnf "jrwf, , tet-Rrd Hlnehhjy r.n and there was a large gallery on hnndton defeats jarry H. Parker. Tork, to witness it. me rauie-s wen hl ii tlcularly thrilling st the start, but a-s the match progressed Johnson's hard fight to stave off defeat kept the rallies going and play was more brilliant. Griffin Has Hard Tussle. Clarence J. Griffin of the Pacific coast group did not have much to spare In coming through the first round. Frederick C. Baggs pressed him hard In a match that was more or less neglected because it went on slmultanc- here again the aides were forced to call luirs on the home green. Jones was Wing about a 74 clip. Chick Evans had a In the morning, but tot down to a TS later. Ray and Vardon were satisfied with one round. They alayed In the fore noon, Gcorjre jow of Lake Champlain nd Phil Gaudln. an old friend of Var "on, now located in this country, making up the four ball. Ray led the group In in, individual scoring with It out and borne, u was only a bad flnteh that Pt v ardon from at leaat equalling his ymmetes eard. Harry waa even 4s W siiteen holes, but he got Into trouble ' tin seventeenth and took 6 against birdie 3. and at the home hole "arry overshot the green on hla ap P'Mch, had to play hla third from a WUIItt er and took s an in.. d.... . eh! J" ln,ertlng to note the ever nanging shades of opinion of tho sharps, for days Ray, Hagen and Barnes have v needed to be the big three, but I, " , on now beginning to gather a fol lna a ; Harry' teady play Is becom rJL', ., y mor,! Impressive and from the . I"'r'1 round the links it would ol, 01 ; Roland E. Roberta, California, de feated Richard C. Seaver, Provldenee, 6 n, T 6: 8. Howard Vnahell, New York, de feated Carl Flacher. Philadelphia, a I, Watson M. H'ashburn. New York, defeated O. Suydam Cutting. New York, a-a, a 3; Harold Clodahall, California, defeated Joslah W. Wheelwright. Boaton. 7 3. ."10. 4; Clarence J. Griffin defeated Frederick C. Baggs. 84. 4. Doubles First round-N'atbsnlel W. Mies and Alfred 8. Dabney, Boston, defeated Craig Blddle. Philadelphia, and Wllllard Botsford, New York, 64, 75; Wallace F. Johnson and Stanley VV. Pearson. Philadel phia, defeated W. P. Burden and .f. 8. Cuah inan. Newport. OO. a 7; Hugh Keljeher and ously with the Davis Johnson affair, but Kcijer; ' Philadelphia, and n nn on outside court. In each eet Griffin I Providence, 0 0. 3: H. Oedehall and n' gained what looked like a commanding ; "W'iriStWv ."l" lead, but came perilously near losing an !llv, ,nd"Ro)mnn e. Rehe-rts, CaUfernla of It. The score ended 11 4, 6 4. but : defeated O. H. Hyams snd O. D, Blddle! Philadelphia, 7-.i, 8-a. 4 I 4 2 4 4 2 4 4-3 fl 2 4 4 5 4 2 2 4 8 0-30 4 Baggs waa within 2 points of making it i all In the first and twice within a point of forcing tho second set Into extra games. Gtiffln was tiring fast at the end and Bagg might have had an ex cellent chance of winning the match had First set-Davis Johnson 2 Second set Davis Johnson- 4 2 1 4 0 4 4-SS H0444 2 40 226 3 SAYS IT'S "K0 COHTEST." Referee Stop Boat at Armory A. A. Between De Foe and Brady. The twelve round bout at the Armory A. A., Jerey City, laet night Iw'.ween Hah De Foe of St. Paul and, Ralph Brady of Syracuse was stopped in the fourth round by Referee Erhardt, who declared it no contest. The men weighed In at 131 pounds. The fighters were cautioned In the second and third rounds by. the referee, who declared they were not doing their beet. Whe they continued their tactic In the fourth round he sent them to their eorners. that he now has as many admirers the other three, " i conceded (bat Vardon alone may eon v7y different player from the Var- n wi,0 has been teaming with Ted ir'h Th "x ,,m wlaaer of the Brit- ' "Dn ebampionshlp. H has to be re- The .rH' ls 50 '""''' ' realising Jr. .f','n,h "r his partner's game It is '"h e ,hat h, ht not kjr, tl)if ovei. Uii J" ,h" eh"ltlon games. That he ' ehamplonahlp golf In htm Is a "r day to those familiar with the Try "n 11 Harry on his own resources indeidab Tr. WIW0U CU SUN BRIAR'S COLTS SELL WELL 5etal fe Th 8un se Nw Yosa Hbulb. Sabatooa, Aug. . Kilmer's breeding endeavors were recognized last night when the yearling product of Sun Briar Court, at Binghamton. N. T., was of fered at the sales paddocks. High prices generally were realized for tha twenty two yearlings, the star of the sale going to Commander J. K. U Ross for $6,000 when he bid In a colt by Aesaa-ai St. Fey. George W. Loft, a member of the State Racing Commission, purchased a bay colt by Magic Royal Quest for fl,100. The chestnut son of Magic I-osattos went to P. M. Burch for IS.500. er-k. ...t.iina hrought a total of 141.(00. ! or an average of S1.9SS.SS. Several brood mares, some with foals by their aide, also from Sun Briar Court, were offered, the prlie of which was evidently the fsshlonably bred Bun dav School, for which B. B. Powell gave SS 700. Lady Echllne went to Thomaa Welsh for 1 i 1,700. Anecdote and her foal by Assagai, preaented by Mr. Kil mer to the Saratoga Hospital, Were bid in y Mre--F. Ambroee Clark for $00. snandraa-on It and Searchlight 111, two racers tn training, were told to dU aolve a partnerahlp and went, the former to W. A. Shea lor l.e aw u to &nna. isHMUs s SARATOGA ENTRIES. First Race-Claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Index. Horse. Wt.Hndex. Horse. wt 703 AUrum ......1141 507 Lottery too 6731 Flusey 10 667 King agrlppa.llt 703 Shillelagh 11.1M(6r1ll Tan II ui 607 Phalarls ....Il2(flrj1 P'k Waters. '114 (70.11 Nightstick ..134 01 rtepeater .. .18 ni -.viar. iiomna -.eti. wv- 'Judgt David 101 Cflt 'Great Gull. . 104) Second Race Steeplechase; for four-year-olds ; about two miles : Index. Horse. Wt.tndex. Horse. uwt, oi vigiian.s ..ivi 7110 Mlnata 138 nee- nun ...... mw leuoi SAKlas 2nd 13S 700 Syrdarla . .1SS -n...ee Third Race Selling; for maiden two-year-elds: five and a half furlongs: Index. Hone. wt. (144 Rolo 107 m Bit of Green . 107 SflS Ran cocas ...110! 60 Loveliness ..10' 54 Ran Pablo ..110 6S7NavsJo llffl flO"P Wapiti fl-.fl' Thornheelgs .110 470 Sobrlgad .inr, Reluctant . .110 .. eu ' . Kourtn. iiace 1 ne ueiaeare Handlegp- for three-year-olds and upward; one mile; ' Index. Horse. Wt. Index. Horse. wt 6981 Busy 8ignal..10.-i. - fol. Tavlor ino 6O63 Leochares ..P)0T0S Courtship ''loft eeSMlnto It 1161072 Mad Hatter' 117 (663) Naturalist ..l.Wi.WS) Jack Stuart Ifli 6S.1' Bonlfaca ....124 (433) Dr. Clark. 113 680 Royc Rools..l06 .'" Filth Race-Selling; for fillies; three-year-olds; six furlongs: Index. Horse. Wt. I Index. Hers. ttre - Ablate 1061(699) 'Brink .. lfti T04 Jessie 106) 690 Loe Leaves M - Rollkg Airs. 110 60 Wears- lei neva nelly a ..i .vi t. aimeen Index. Horse. Wt 687 Peltlo i,.., me .T, n,a Claus..'ll0 11 aoreaaor ....11A 003 'Cellva ...... lS J26 Lt Fantastic.107 074" Gen )v,r tin !!3 JS? .Wi,-hap'gue.;il0 " 4gf Aly...l07 - Trader no Lov I.ane id. 9 Liberty Glrl-107 ..ill S07 m - Tltanla 111 704 Clearlnr TTb ina 603 GoldlRoae. 96 Sixth ftace Conditions; for two-year-olds-five and a halt furling.: ' Index. Horse. Wi. 'Index. Horse. wt 701 Oriel 119 fcia Muttlklna ..109 Last Reae. lOB 696 Playfellow .103 61" Rising Rork.lA; 6S2 Huonee lf Pagan Pan. 1" 60S" Hlldur ins 20 Roecotnmea 102! 473 Sedgfleld lot Secretary .102; Ararat lot 698 Paneaka ...10f Dartmoor ..101 683 Arapahoe .102, (699) Leonardo Jd 115 2on aimm 101 Weather clear: track fast k 'AmsHi aflswana jHSssaj 2ift The American weight men and jump ers swarmed over the infield of the stadium. Of the hrlgude who showed the best performance of the day was that of Sol Butler of Dubuque. Ia., In the running broad Jump: On his third trial he cleared the splendid distance of 24 feet ', Inch, and Immediately he waa crowned as the favorite of the first medal. N'o other Jumper showed as good form. Pat Ryan, Matt McGrath an Pat McDonald hurtled the weight about, but did nothing very wonderful, though they expressed themselves as pleased with everything and were of the opinion that they'would do bigger thing by the end of tha week. McDonald Injured hla thumb while on board the Princess Ma toika while throwlr.f the medicine ball, hut he thinks that the Injury will gradu ally disappear and that he win be able to do himself Justice with the .58 pound weight and 1 pound shot when his hour arrives. Frank Zuna trotted over the full Marathon course and was satisfied with the oace he kept up over the entire route of twenty-six miles. Oltsham. the South African, and Hsnnes Koleh malnen, the Finlander, who has been In America for several years, were outi and Just now the pair are about even as favorltea for the big classic, -rne way the experts have it figured now is that on a cool aay me r inn wm m, uui should it be an extremely warm day, like at Stockholm In 1912, the Stouth African, who Is an out and nut warm climate man. will win, and by a big margin. Trials of the American swimming team and relay team were held here to-day and resulted In the following being se lected : They are Norman Ross, Illinois A. C. ; A. W Harrl, Jr., Honolulu; Percy McQllllvray, Illinois A. C. ; Duke P. KahanamoKU ana Keaiona, Honolulu, snd F. K. Kaheie, United States Navy. Ross expressed his opinion after the trials that every Olympic swimming record would he altered before the elos of the aquatic programme. Cycling is an extremely popular sport In Belgium, and It was only natural that the bicycle trials to-day at the Velo drome should attract a lot of attention among the native. In the 4,000 meter bicycle relay race for teams of four the Americans were beaten bv the Belgians, and the Cana dians by the Soutb Africans in the pre liminary heats. refers, the Dutch cycling champion, -won the 1,000 meter race In the slow time of 1 minute 4 3-5 eecond. Johnson and Ryan, both of England, were second and third respec tively. 705 SARATOGA n ACETRAt'K, Ana. !. (lean track fast. FIRST RACR-Three-year-oldi and upward, felling. Purse. S1.080. Six fur longs. Winner, b, .. a., by Algol Tremar. Owner and trainer. E. TROTTKIt. Time, 1:11 3-. start Dad. Won driving, t'laee same. Poet. 3:01. Off. 3:00 Index. Hone. Wt. PP. St. '4 i H l n. Jockey. 609 A . N. Alkrn ... 110 8 1 4 4' .T t Gainer .. Set Arnold til 2 3 I'HI' 1 2' Turner . Fed'k Ihe Great It:. 7 2 2 2'iiJ'j Hande ... 8 Different Ryes. Ill 3 4 .". .14 4 Falrh'r . 31 Charlie Suinn.. 113 1 11 Ti r. 3 r. Rodrlgi. C.39 Assume 1 1 0 4 7 I, ii " Johnson.. 67.1 Ira Wilson ... 113 6 S 7 7 ' " Behntt'r lfe.111 Yniineed 110 s. left t noeit Ponco .. On.n.Hlih.Cloee.Flsee. Sh. .10-1 10-1 10-1 3-1 8-3 . 7-3 8-3 7-3 3-3 1-4 . n-i 6-1 4-1 a-r, 4-s. .10-1 10 1 10-1 3-1 8-3 10-1 J2-1 12-1 3-t 1-1 4-1 8-1 8-1 S-t 7-1 .30-1 M-1 R0-1 13-1 8-1 . 6 1 . 8-1 7-1 9-2 6-3 A. N. Aiken closed with a great 0 u rat of an.ed and got ud In the last stride. Arnold nen ue appeared Io liaie Hie race won. slopped Suddenly In the last eliteentii crick the Great eji.lt In last furious Youneed, Frederick ihe Great and Assume wore blinkers Scratched Jadda, Armlitlce, Manoeuvre and Tllanla. Fl'Mfe 00 SF.COND RACK For four-yegr-nlds and upward. Purse, Jl.neO. One rlille. Winner, nil, c, 4, bv Whisk Brwm If Fairy Sprite. Owner, SAMUEL ROSS Trainer. W. If. Hrooke. Time, 1:30 4-3. Start good. Won easily. Place same. fosr. J1311. otr. :.,. Fin 1 1 Wt. PP SI .-, 4 (1 2'i 1' 4 3 a .v 1 2 3 4 5 6 4 i 2 4 3 5 6 fndex. Horse 68.T Gnome 108 692 Wyoming.. 113 683 C. Sweeper. Ill 647' Jock Sent. . 113 - Dark Hill.. 108 384 Gloomy Gus 100 Gnome, off slowly Wyoming was easily best ot the others quit at end or in runongs. Jock Scot. Wyoming. Dark Hltl and Gnome wore blinker. Scratched Sailor, Natural Bridge, Alphae, Snapdragon II.. Manoeuvre and Ballet Dan ver 11. Jockey, Open. High Cifse Pleee. Sh. Keougll ... 6-3 7-S 1-1 1-4 Turner ... 4-t 7-1 7-1 S-l 7-10 Woodtock.20-1 20-1 18-1 4-t 6-7 Jnhnaon... 2-lVll-S 11-3 3-3 1-6 Burke 50-1 1 00-1 100-1 SO-1 10-1 Welner ...10-1 20-1 20-1 6-1 2-1 raced to the front In first quarter and was never In danger. v.a:pet sweeper ran a gooa race. Jock scot 3 4 6 0 70 - THIRD RACE The Troy Purse. S2,.W. For two-year-olds. Selling. Five and ' a half furlongs. Winner, ch. f.. 2. by Bard of Hope Telle Doe. Owner. W. P BtlRCH. Trainer. W. Brooks. Start good. Won driving. Place same. Tost, 4:00., orr. 4:04. Time. i:i w. Index. Horse. WI. PP. St. - Tody 94 4 4 461 Our Flag 115 (677) Guv'nor 112 (668) Frlzlel 107 682 Dry Moon 116 rS2 Alratrai 100 029 Machlavelli ... 112 630 Arada 110 U U 4 Btj 3 ei 31 S'H4 1 1 1' 2 2 3 6 Ii 4 6 Fin. Jockey. Otten.Hlghlnse.riaee. Sh. 1 Evans ....30-1 .Wt 20-1 8-1 4-i 2 Pome 10-1 12-1 10-1 4-1 2-1 ,i Pierce ....2-1 8-2 3-2 S-r. 1-4 4 Me.ttee .. 6-1 6-1 B-l 9-3 4-3 5 Turner ... 4-1 S-l lt-1 9-3 4-3 6 Buxton ... 8-1 13-1 13-1 e-t S-l 7 Rice 4-1 S-t 5-1 9-3 4-3 8 Rowan ..10-1 20-1 20-1 8-1 4-1 S 4 7 8 8 8 Tody closed very fast theough the stretch snd won going away. Our Fftg also closed i-ry strong. Guv nor quit to a walk in last luriong. FrUlei had no excuse. Dry Moon, Guv'nor. Arada, Atcatrai and Frlilet wore hllnkers. Scratched Sedgefleld, Love Tap, General Average, Nobant, Toreador and Ross R. e-no FOTRTH RACE The Nerth Creek, For three-year-olds and upward. Purse, " 81.260. One mile. Winner, br. r., 3. by Helniet-Paduia. Owner, B. R. BRAD LEY. Trttner. H. J. Thompson. Time, 1:37. Blart good. Won easily. Place driving. Post. 4:30. Off. 4:33. wt. ri'. sir. 'X T nn. loeaey. Opn.Illrh Close. Pinee. Sh. Index. Horse 03 Beat Pl. . 696 Under Fire IW.I Bridesman .108 702' Donnacnna .117 8U2 Courtship. . 102 1640) Chasseur. .. 105 1692) Krewer ... 113 36 Gratlan ... 120 a:i Pastoureau. 101 (343) Hendrle . . Ill am St. Allan.. . u. no 11 99 9 4 3 IB 10 9' 9'ViS' .1 .1 1 X 4 T 11 I 1".4 1 H Lara 4' 2't 2' Moonev . -'i 3' Callahan 4 4 Hands 3 8 0 8 11 in 5 6 T 8 9 IfT 1 1 Ponce . . Wlda ... Fator .. Rlee . . . Wilson , McCabe Rowan 6-t 7-1 -i n-i .13-1 20-1 13-1 0-1 . 4-1 7-1 9-2 2-1 . 7-.1 H-3 6-5 S-8 .10-1 23-1 25-1 10-1 ,10-1 12-1 12-1 3-1 81 12-1 10-1 4-1 20-1 311-1 MM 10-1 8-1 12-1 12-t ft-t SO-I 40-1 40-1 13-1 liO-l 20-1 20 1 8- 6-5 3-1 1-1 1- 4 5 1 2- 1 2-1 8-1 6-2 8-1 4-t SfEQ Taxi MS) nnlish Calf Reduced to T 15- rormerly tQO0-9 HENSfflOF 53Q Rfth Avenue Eatwecn 44 and 43 .tree JcJ5 LATER J ASKER WHL PLAY FOB TTTLK Reat Pal. alow to get going, moved up fast roundlnr tha turn nnen.d hi -- after turning for home and won breexlng. I'nder Fire was easily second beat. Brides man made up a lot of around from a slow beginning. Donnacoua had no.etcuse. Best Pal. Bridesman, Pastoureau, Hendrle. I'nder Fire, Chasseur, St. Allan and Court ship wore blinkers. Seratched-Llnden. Toujours. Leoeharea. SaJveatra, FaLan d'Or, Gnome, Knot, Pass ing Hnowt-r, ine trump, mnue."".. umfteB, nui-i jjancer ll. I e-AO FIFTH RACB-Purse 11,000. For throe-year-olds and upward. Claiming I US mile. Maiden Jockeys. Start poor. Won easily. Place same. Posts. 3 no Owner. J. A. SHAY. 5:02. Winner, b. f.. 3, ny Aeronaut Agnler. n 11. McDaniel. Tim-.-. 1 J 1-3. Index. Horee. Wt. PP. St. S H .H Fin. Jockey. iS".1i Delg. Queen 103 1 IK 14 1H 1'Hl" 1' Bullman . T-5 3-J 7-3 70S' Llola V! 4 3 3 2H 2' 2 Lancaster 2-1 t-t 12-S 470 Lad's Lore 10 1 3 I'H 2- 3' 3" 3' Hurley i.. 2-1 S-J12-3 864 Triumphant 103 4 2 4 4 Coney ....13-1 10-1 J0-1 On Off. Trainer, Open. High. Ctoae.Place. 8h. 2-8 1-2 1-2 5-1 11 Belgian Queen raced Lad's Love Into submission and then drew away Into an easy victory. Llola ran mucn me oeai ot ine oti.ere, Llola wore blinkers. e.A SIXTH RACE For two-year-old fillies. Purse, SI ,000. Five furlongs. Winner ' b. f . 2. by Great Britain Black Tsll. Owner..!. E. PA VI 8. Trainer, M. Braity! Time, u:ieea-u. nin sow. .e ,"i u , in- ..int. x-oei, ,-:,. urr. 6:37. Index. Hone. Ml Dough Girl... (680) Rockland 643" Polly Ann. ... 341 Step Lightly. (C62) Thimble 690 spantalett .. 618 Tidings (497) Idy Lillian. 680 King's Belle.. 680' Msvourneen . 662' 'Quicksand . , Mile Fleur.... Wanatsh Wt. PP.Bt. H H Fln- -Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Close.Place. Sh I11VS 8 3 1 1 V lVi Rice 12-1 15-1 18-1 e-t 3-i 117 6 6 4'Vt4 4 9 Sand.... a-1 6-t 8-1 9-1 i 110 12 t 6 t 3 Johnson.. 12-1 18-1 15-1 g-i g.1 110 103 108 113 no 103 108 1115 107', 16 4 2 17 S 10 10 3 17 1.1 8 4 1 1 7 It Tn HAOtra, Au;. S. Dr. Emsnuel Laaker. holder of tha world's cbesa chatn- nln.hln for tWtnfv-e(v VMM anil Inc. ' -w, rs..v.: -h Wanatah 108U 13 12 " y?a "-ry- vie ni it p ! wi,, cwuv.v,. - i. M Heoflano vex.. ions is is f.lay a matcn or iweniy.iour games ror Chefs the norld'a chese ehamplonahlp. The 'Connie .. m.tchJs to Uk. place In Havana in, - January. 1921. TraD shot. Jose R. L'aDablanca sailed for Kurooe i 'Whitnev entry. tSanford entrv on July S2 with th expressed intention Duh C.lri had a world of speed, but was tiring fast at the end. Rockland closed of prevailing upon Dr. Laaker tq recon- P"fcJ25 kKZiSr tSSfaUT AJSLSSS l,"mp,i ri'.y A,n.nur!n ?, 1 rc"-,-der hi. decllon to yield the werW.' jJSSTtSSA Mavourncea. Polly Ann. Step Ughtly. r.nl.l.tt. and theaa ohamplonshlp to Capabiaaca and Strattsaai Leugh Storm. Oeeats Avenue, wild T6ouhu, atUe. Ceaeau, Uuitikina a4 giajsjunateh-orShetlU6. TsaarUk, , 103 103 108 166 105 20 14 1 20 18 1 1 15 13 16 4 8 6 7 1 S 10 II i" u 11 1 16 17 IS IS Kelaay... 4-1 S-l nirnar. .. 10-1 lt-l Coltllettl. 8-1 4-1 Rodrigues 6-t 0-1 f ator m-1 15-1 4-1 12-1 4- 1 5- l. 13-1 J-l l-l 5-1 5-J s-a 7 io T-8 7-10 S.I S-1 imooney ..-i 30-1 30-1 10-1 8-1 McAfee.... 8-1 10-1 g-i g-t s.j Ambrose.. 3-1 4-1 4-1 9-3 7-10 Robinson 20-1 20-1 10-1 -i 4.1 ii.iner ...wi-i ree-i eee-l 2tl Mink 60-1 60-1 60-1 JfV, Hamilton 80-1 J0-1 20-1 8-1" Welner ..50-1 60-1 60-1 jn. Psrrlsh .20-1 8O-1 30-1 in. 1 Jnalah .. 20-1 80-1 30-1 10-1 Wlda 60-1 60-1 60-1 20-1 Ponce ... 80-1 60-1 60-1 :M 10-1 10-1 4- 1 10-1 5- 1 5-1 Sft-l 10-1 U ! S49W?te,di3 KOKf-ALCOHOUC ALL the deliciou (weetRcas of . the old ITALIAN VER. MOUTH is to be found in our NON-ALCOHOLIC VER. MOUTH, used exactly like the old VERMOUTH in mixing bev enges." jonquil RESTAURANT AND WINE COMPANY 1 1 1 Prince Street. New York LanPl mm Carlisle Sales Company, Inc., 235 West 58th Street, Circle 4733.