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Yankee Girl Swimmers Triumph in Olympic Events, Miss Bleibtrey Winning 100 Meter Race in Record Time
HIm Kthelda Blelbtrej Estab
lishes New Kocord in the
100 Meter Swim.
first Photograph of the 1920 Olympic Games
Ajrrwiiu, Belgium, Aur. M. The
future event of the Olympic swimming;
programme here to-day wee the nnal
of tie 100 meUr, tree stylo, for women.
r,d in It the AmerloM girl swimmers
distinguished themselves by capturing
ll three plaeei. The winner win Mips
Ethelda Bleibtrey of the Woraen'i fiwlm
mlnk Association of New York who set
. new Olymplo record for the distance
when lb finished In i minute 13 34
looonas. ner him eve
better una u wiiuiu
made by Miss rwnny iraiecu 01 w
trslle at Stockholm In till. Miss Iran
Oueet of Philadelphia wm aeoond and
tflM Frances 0. SahlwUi of elan IVan
eisco, third.
The final of the 1,600 mater, free
gtrok. waa won by Norman Rosa of the
Illinois A- c- T)6 Canadian Vemot
waa second and tha Australian, Basure
pajra, third. V. K. Kabela United
mates Navy, kwurth, and K I. Bolder,
pjtaoii a. 0. fifth. Tha time waa
M jntmrtee SI 1-4 eeoonfls.
aji three first places In tha finals of
the plain drvtnjr contests want to Swedes
Wtten vailman captured nret place,
fikrsjrand aeoond and Jansson third,
tha BrastUu WaJMaeh waa eighth.
Chare war no Amarinan finalists.
The ObiJ want of the 400 meter
fcroast stroke waa won by Mnlmroth.
fwadaa, In I mtnntee 81 4-5 seconds.
Banning. Bwadaa, wan aeoond i Aaltoon
en, Itnland, third, and J. Howell, Olym
plo Chib, San Vtajeclaaa, fourth.
tha ftnaJ offlelaj award U the Olym
pic boxtnc ntvea tha team trophy to
lbsland, bar swpresontatlvea scoring 11
point The fntted States waa second,
with 10 points, Canada third with 9
points and Denmark and France tied for
fonrth. with I points each.
Ia the Individual scoring F. Da Gen
era, Pnullst A O. New York, wag tha
winner in tha flyweight etasa, Omhsjn of
Canada was second In the bantamweight
class and J. Zlvtc, Willow A. C. Pitts
burg, fourth In the liatherwelght class.
In tha Ughtwslght aiasg S. Moaberg,
Pastime A C Naw tara, was tha win
ner. Schneider of Canada was tha winner
la the welterweight class and F. Kolborg;
United States Army, and W. Clark
Orstatcher, Herman Institute. Philadel
phia, were third and fourth respectively.
In the middleweight class Prudhomma
and Mexovltch of Canada finished second
and third. Edward Eagan, Yale Uni
versity, waa the winner In tha light
heavyweight class and W. Spsngler, New
York, was fourth In the heavyweight
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Win, From End to End.
Charlei W. Paddock of Lot Angeles, Cat., winning too meter final in the stadium at Antwerp. The
photograph shows Paddock at left, AH Kahn of Prance (495), Loren Murchiaon of the Now York A. C. (aoa)
and Morris Kirksey of California (168).
Tottty, Wethered and Lord
Hope Seek Title Here. 1
Perry FUk Defeated In
Western Vonvaey,
Ohicaoo, Aug, fS. The championship
of tha women's western golf associa
tion Is destined to change hands this
year as a result of the defeat of Mrs.
Perry Flske, Dekalb, 111., present title
holder, by Miss Frances Hadncld, Mil
waukee, In the second round of match
play In the championship flight at the
Oskpar Country Club to-day.
Results ef to-day's matohea which
were played under almost perfect
weather and course conditions follow :
Mine Fsaneea Hadtteld, Milwaukee. Se
feated Mrs. Ferry Fluke, Dekalb, III., fl and
II : Miss Edith Oummlnge, Onwentsla. de
feated Mr, .t. M. Prllahard. Battle Croak.
Ml-'h.. 4 and 2: Mlse Elizabeth Klntz. Indian ; gulfers have had
Bill, defeated Mrs. K. O. Starbuck. Colum- I during the last three or four weeks that
.. V-itv SKtftad Mr, a n JESS' I ,l,cy hav b,en thraatening to break,
""dfana'poll l and Mrtffn " ?" Y bt. a lively
Jones. Glenn Oak, defeated Mrs. L. c. Interest is being taken by the salaried
Quentln, Edgewood, 7 and A; Mrs. J. v brigade In the annual open champlon
Jiouglas, Evajston, defeated Miss Carolyn ship of the Southern Golf Association
Lr, Beyeny. up. JMUBW navanausn. to be hels over the links nf tha Atlanta
With the arrival yesterday of the
British amateur ohantplon, Cyril J. H.
Tolley; Lord Charles Hope and J. H.
Wethered American golfers have been
brought face to face with & menuce
equal almost to that which presented
Itself when Edward Ray and Harry
Vardon arrived on these shores Intent on
winning the national open champion
ship. Tolley la tha man who defeated
Robert A. Gardner et Chicago In tha
thlrty-Boventh hole final at Mulrfleld,
Scotland, a few weeks hack. He and
his companions are here to try their
in tha national amateur chm-
whlch begins on the Engl-
ltnks at Roslyn, L. I., the week
after asst.
Another leader In tha Rrltish amateur
ranks, T. D. Armour, holder of the
French championship, already Is In this
country. With these four and the
Canadian players who are coming on
for the International match and ths
championship. H is recognised that the
foreign invasion this year Is something
not to be regarded lightly.
Armour has been familiarising him
self with American courses for several
weeks. He has had a taste of cham
pionship play here, too, having com
peted la both tha metropolitan open at
Greenwich and In the national open at
Toledo. Armour won the French title
after a final battle with Tolley, the
margin being I and 1
Tolley, Wethered and I-ord Hope ar
rived on tha Olympic and were met by a
delegation of officials of tha United
States Golf Association, comprising the
president, George !. Walker of 8t.
Louis ; Mortimer N. Buckner, the treas
urer, and W. D. Vanderpool, tha secre
tary. The visitors will spend to-day on
the National links and on Saturday a
complimentary dinner will be tendered
them at the club. ,
Despite the fact that
defeated It Greenwich bv J.
Edgar and Tom Kerrigan and a day or
two later thoy fell before Jack Howling
and Tom McNamara at Soorsdale In a
thirty-six hole match. After that came
the reverse of 4 and I, administered at
Hollywood by Jim Barnes and Walter
From that time to about a week ago
Vardon and Ray have sailed a Smooth
sea, but they ran Into a perfect hurrl
oane as they neared Chicago, first one
couple and then another taking an Ir
reverent slam at them. Phil Oaudln
and Chick Evans set the fashion by de
feating Ray and Vardon and 3 at
Skokle last Saturday: then Lo Piegel
and Eddie Loos took them Into camp
3 and 2 on Sunday over eighteen holes
On the same course Itob Gardiner and
Evans broke even with the visitors In
an eighteen hole rontest and at Glen
Vlaw on Tuesday Jock Hutchison, pro
fesslonal and Western champion, and
Laurie Ayton won by T and 8 over the
thlrty-sU hole route.
Before reaching Chicago tha Britons
also had gone down at Dayton leforo
the professional pair Sherwood and
Mtln. Either Vardon aajl Ray were
unable to do well on the hard courses
of the Chloago bait or golf In tha United
States during ths last seven years hai
Improved tOO per cent or more.
Northern Direct Drop Two,
Then Shows Fine Speed.
PortaHKSBPsis, N. Y., Aug. 15. Pltt
nian, with Northern Direct, won a stir
ring (pur heat victory in the Vaasar 1 :12
olass pacing event, tha feature of the
third matinee of the Pougtikeepale
After playing liei- '? Into the semi
final of the slnglvs con petition on Mon.
day and Tuesday, Mrs. Franklin Mal
lory yesterday turned her attention to
the doubles event of the invitation tennis
tournament on the courts of the Nassau
Country Club, and with her partner,
Miss Walsh, want through two rounds
with ease. In tha first bracket Mrs.
Mallory aM Miss Walsh defeated Miss
Catherine Force and Miss Golt, 10.
0. and (n tha second won from Mrs,
W. K. Dick and Miss Valentine by 61,
Mrs. Mallory's opponent In the semi
final of the singles will be Mrs. Leach
man. In tha other ' bracket are Miss
Eleanor Tennant and Miss Helen Baker.
HAMILTON, N. Y., Aug- U. Between M
and 100 men will jog out upon Whltnall Field
here two week a from te-day far the lint
regular workout of tha Colgate University
O-lrign, defeated Mtsa Ruth Cellfus, Floss
moor, 5 and 4; Mrs. F. C. Letts, Jr., Oa
wentsla, defeated Mrs, David Gaut, Mem
phis, Term., 2 and 1.
nroraflAlnnal ?f...,i.n ...! Ln,.h,.. i ..nti... . -
much competition I statemeatlssued te-day by ri. 0. Huntington,
I'uigaiea director or mnwiiu. ir tnn num
bei fully alxty will be members of the entar
Ing f reskman class, from whose number must
be built a gridiron machine to aompare with
tha Colgate elevens of previous years. The
football authorities at Colgate are confident
that aveq larger squad than this will get
Into uniform September T.
F JtsVIfRT Kiwa.
tUnATouA. Aug. II Ksodus. a Peter
Pen' colt belonging to Harry Payne
Whitney, won the Adirondack handicap,
the feature of the programme here this
afternoon. He was added at tha last
minute, made the favorite and ran the
way Ills supuorUrs espeuted He would.
1'e took the track ss soon as ths barrier
want up and lad from start to finish.
At tha and he was running easily two
lengths ahead of J. E. Griffith's Jog,
wntcn neat J. ts. uavis s ijuocreog mrj
parts of a length for second honors. R.
T. Wilson's Dry Moon ran a dull race
and finished fourth and last.
One hundred and fifty-three young
sters were named for the stake but only
eight of them were named over night.
Of these five, Kirk Levlnaton, Dlmmns
dale, Pspaska, Harraonlo.ua and Grey
Lag, were scratched. Then Mr. Whit
ney added Kxodus.
Exodus sprang to the front as soon as
the barrier was raised and set a hot
pace, followed closely by Dry Moon and
Jeg. At the half mils post Dry Moon
quit and the raco simmered down to a
two horse affair. Rounding tha turn
Jag was Interfered with and loot a little
ground, but what he lost waa not suffi
cient to make him win. Exodus was
much the best and under a smooth hut
listless ride by Ambrose passed tho
Judges an easy victor.
Samuel Ross and Admiral Grayson
scored another victory In the third race
whan their four-year-old filly Knot beat
a good field over the mile course. The
want was a condition affair, and Knot,
who showed a remarkable turn of speed
in her recent effort, got Into it with
only 99 pounds. With this feather on
her back she went to the front at the
start and led from atart to finish. At
the end she was doing her bast, but was
a length ahead of R. T. Wilson's Wyo
ming. C, W Clark's Sway came with a
rush In the final furlong and got up In
time to take third place.
Tilden and Garland Are
Welcomed at Southampton
Davis Cup Stars Easily Dispose of Ostendorf and Bass
ford, Thsn Win by Default Eight Men Left
in the Singles.
IsaproTonaeat 1st the; Clasgie,
Cresthlll, running In the colors of J.
tf T ,1,.. ........ .... ImIku T.-V.rt h
Orand Circuit meeting. Finishing sec- !(,h.r- n , R vvidenor'a crosao.mtrv
- -- . . -
horses, won the chase. He was much
the best snd won easily. He followed
ond to Symbol S. Forest and Darvester
In the fist two heats, the son of The
Northern Man took the third and the
fourth and deciding miles with beauti
ful burst- of speed down the home
sVetch. Darvester won second money.
2:09 class trotting; ruraa .,000.
Bimnla Dai. b. a., by Del Coronado
(Hinds) , a 1
Moke Axworthy, b. g.. by Howard
Mann (Siakw) I
Lab Ulddall, br. h., by J. Malcolm
Forbes (Packer)
Harvaatar Tide. bp. m.. bv The Har
vester (A. McDonald) I
Herb Helwyn, br, g., by Manrloo
B. (Oeera) a
Ited Ituasoll and Comlt also started
Time, tM. 2;001i. 2:011.
2 07 claas trottlna; purse 11,000.
Tunisia Tolaa, br. in. b,y Harlolse
1 1
I 2
4 4
l l
t l
Selka, ell. m.. by Pstsr the Grant
(H. Fleming)
Joseph Guy, b. k., by Guy Axwerthy
Img Jay. br, ., by Jay McGregor
Zoinldotte, br. ra.. by Zumhro (Valentine)
Time. l:(N14, :05)t. 1:111.
The vassar; 1:11 else
Northern Direct, k. h . by The
Northern Man (plttman) I
Darveater. b. h., by tha Harvest,
ar (W. Fleming) I
Symbol S. forest, br. h., by Bym
beltar (Snow) , 1
fYtl BlsVarall. b. .. br Gen. Forest
(On) , B
Joa MnK.. h. a., k Bonnie Moat.
(Bush) 4 B I ro
Time. 2:0314, 3:04. 1:091. :08.
a :0ft class trottlnsi nurse 11.005.
by Atlantis Bsprses
paring ; nurse
I 1 1
i a i
4 ro
(H- massing)
Don Da Lopes, blk.
Da Lopes (Gears) ..
Baron Cegantl. br. h
rwi eaa,i,.v,
(A. McDonald)
Charlla Ri
b. g.,
by Kinney
by Cegant'l
by Recreation
I 1 I
. .1
a o
Hollvrood Kata. r. m . bv Jaa Dadca
(Dodga) I I
Polar L. also started.
Time, 1:00. 2:0014. 1:0114.
To beat 1:1444, trottlnc : Wronla, br. m.,
by Blngara (W. K, pirkereon), wen. Time,
Athletic Club, Atlanta, Ga.. September
10 and October 1 snd 1. This Is an
other tournament that will Snd Jim
Hemes of H unset Hill. St. Louis, out
in defense of his honors for tha lately
Mis. Hadfleld vs. Miss Cummlngs: Miss fnroiiea ing or rue r. . a, wm
. Miss Bums; Mrs. Janes vs. Mrs. ast year artcr a nnc aoramoie w.ui me
Tha pairings for the third round to
morrow follow:
Klotr vs.
Pourlaa, and
Miss Kavanaugh vs. Mrs.
R. P. BUge Has Scored 1.10T
Hits In Annual Toerney.
ggedal to Taw 8dh t,m Maw Took Hsatin.
Philadelphia, Ans. II. National
Champion Or. R. p. Elmer of AVayne,
Pa., maintained his lead to-day In the
fortieth annual tournament of the Na
tional Archery Association on the St.
Luke's School field at Wayne when he
led the field In the Double American
round with 1TI hltg and a total score
of 1,107.
Homer S. Taylor, the 09-year-old
archer, of Springfield, Mass., won the
100 yards York range event He has
been In national competitions since 1171
and was twice national champion. Ha
won the round with a score of 152 In
18 hits.
-Mrs. Cynthia Wesson of Cotuit, Mass.,
lends in xha Dquble Columbia round for
women with a score of 111 for It hits
to-day. The damp weather has Inter
fered with the tackle and bowstrings,
bat good scores are being turned in.
fecial to Tug Sum jju New Tenst fswi n.
Annapolis, Md., Aug. II. Definite
arrangements have been made as to
those who will assist Coach Folwell with
the Naval Academy team this year.
Lieutenant-Commander Richardson, a
former back at the Naval Aoademy, will
have charge of the second squad, as
sisted by John O. Wilson, formerly
coach at 8t. Johns. Fol well's direct
Mvbtant will he Bnelgns Perry,
rbvffe, Butler and WelchaL all former
Sfyrrs on the Academy eleven. BUI
-ngram, captain of the 1911 eleven,
sought, but could net be secured.
''rry and Scaffe are linesmen and
Butler and Welchel are backs.
Practice along elementary lines con
tinues under Wright It Is expected
Hat some line of the new men win be
btalncd by the latter part of the week
md a division Into squads made, so)
hat there can be some special ooaehmg.
AMHKRgT, Aug. J4 -First practice for the
Massachusetts Aggie football squad has been
tiled for September H hi notice seat
lo mora than elsty candidates to-day by
oaeh Harold (Kit) Oore. this will bring
the players back on the campus far lust
'una aaya of preliminary scrimmage before
ne opening of college. September M. Tha
V, pna with the Conaeetkmt Aggies on
Alumnf Field October t. The scarcity of
trtn material makes the task ol shaping
a team to equal the record of last year's
mm appear difficult. There ere only fWs
,", . man among tha candidates, Cast.
f"rold Poole of Hudson. King ef Plttsfleld,
Mansjll of Arlington, Lent of Maynanl and
"MMntoah ef Pas body, while the advantage
playing on home grounds will go to ths
: "IM oppooenta In the more Important
eT. PAUL, Minn., Aug. IB.-Harry Var
soo anl Edward Ray, British profasalonala,
"S7 defeated Tom VSrden, brother of the
r-nelleh (tar. and Jack Burke. local BOO-.
Druid Hills pair, Bobby Jones, amateur
and J. Douglas Edgar, professional.
While he has had more than his share
of golf thle year, Barnes has made a
pencil mark around the datee for the
Southern, for the prise money repre
sents ono of these tempting plums that
are dangled before the professional
golfer only one In a long while.
Atlanta hag not forgotten that Harry
Vardon and Edward Ray are stm
abroad In the land, so In the, hope and
expectation of landing these two there
has been offered a Bret prise of 11,000,
a aeoond of t00, a third of 1100, a
fourth of 1260 and a fifth of 200. Var
don and Ray, it is thought, should be
somewhere in the first five, but if they
are not there la still a sixth prise of
1160, a seventh of 1100 and eighth,
ninth and tenth of (70, 50 and 940.
respectively. ,
Should Vardon and Ray bite at the
bait the Southern championship will be
one of the year's stellar attractions. 8o
far ne schedule has been drawn up for
the Britons conflicting with these dates,
although It is known that there Is a
heavy demand for their services In the
Metropolitan district after they return
rrom the West about September 16. But
whether Ray and Vardon enter for the
Southern open or not the tournament
this year Is assured the finest entry In
its history, for It Is certain that tho
home talent will not allow such a rich
prlae fund to go to waste.
Record BntfT Bxparte4L
That the Southern Association ex
pects a banner entry is shown by the
nature of tha programme, which calls
tor an eighteen hole round each of the
first two daye, with a thlrty-elx hole
finale for the sixty-four lowest scores.
Ths first two eighteen rounds also will
count In the aggregate for the cham
nlonshlp. A special prise of ISO wlU be awarded
the professional returning the lowest
core for eighteen holes embraced In
tha four rounds of play. In addition
to the first prise of 11,000 the leading
professional will receive the gold medal
emblematic of the Southern open cham
pionship. There will be a special medal
for the amateur returning lowest score
for eighteen holes. If the score of an
amateur places htm among the first ten
ha will be awarded a medal and the
cash prlxes will go to the first ten pro
fessional contestants
Entries for the Southern open will
close with the secretary of the Atlanta
Athletic Club at I o'clock on Tuesday.
September M. but post entries will be
2jd up to starting time to care for
dances of belated malls or other ex
plainable inadvertence. The entrance
fee of $1 should accompany all entries.
SARATOGA HAf KTBACK, Avis;, as Clear i track fast.
700 fIR" RACK Thre-year-olds and up.
v" longs. Winner, blk. o., J. by R
STABLE. Tra ner. T.
Place driving, pest, 3:02
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. tit.
Claiming. Purse, II.10T.tt. Seven fur-
.. J, by Rock View Bk Mantilla, owner. IHLIF
O. Wehhee Time, 1:14 1-8, Start good. Won easily,
g. Off, 1:08.
77R Raleo 108 8 8
TT1 tma Frank ... lOj 4
TTS fiammy Kelly . . lit I I
TSH Hendrfe tit 8 1
n 2. ,iu,, -0Ilce - ( ww
iH l" a ruRodrigues
848 Cinderella
RIO" Mr. Brununall
East Indian. .
TT? Overbold loa 1 f 7 8 H I Fierce . ...tO-
Raico's rasa, a glaring reversal or term: lain nacs al tns
84 8'
4 S
8 4
T 8
8 T
Jockey, OBejuHlgh.Close.Flaca, sh
o-l lu-J o-i s-i T'l
MrCabe .. I
Wlda 20-
Fatoe ....10.
10-1 8-1 . f.1
l-t 8-1 M .I
11 7-1 5-2 8-8
x-i s-a s-s 1-e
tO-i 15-1 l-I a-
is-l 10-1 1-1 T-J
12-1 8.1 8-1
40-1 40-1 10-1 V1
sacs to tha kaaS ni
the stretch, whsra ha moved up, went te the front, and won as he pleased. Ins Frank
i an her race, gammy Kelly mane up some ground in in run through tns stretch.
Hendrle had no speed.
Blinkers faammy Kelly, Hendrle, Tma Frank, Bast Indian and Raleo.
Bcratchee Dark Hill, Tableau d'Honneur. Armistice, Abadsne, Frederick the Oreat,
Le Olorteux and Trollus.
8BCOND BACK-Purse, 81,000. For four-year-olds. Steeplechase. About twe
miles. Fast. 8:11. Off, 8: IS. Winner, b. .. aged, by Slmone-AIII Dardao.
Owner sad trainer. J. H. LKW1". Time, 4:. Start good. Won eesllg. Fines
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. 8t H !Vt Fin, Jockey. Opan.Hlgh.Cloaa.PUes. Hh.
- Crest HU1.. 144
UI.. 144 1 'I V lHl ! V Byers .... T-8 f-l 4-1 T7b
T7.t Rtueco .... 184 1 4 I" I" V f" l Breaks ... 2 1 B-l 11-8 M0
al II.. 144 4 I 4 4 s 8" runups ., 4-1 7 T-l i.t
d... 138 1 3 1 1 1 4 4 Mergler ..4-1 T-l T-l 3-1 -
(TM) Inflde!
ISA .lav nird
Crest HIU went to the rront wnen raaoy ana wee easee up. stucco always held the
others safe. Poor rtd oa Infidel II.
THIRD RACK Conditions : for tour-year-olds end up. Feree M.1W.4I, One mils.
owner, sMJCUBT, ROBS. Trainer,
Winner. Ch. f.. 4. bv Jack Atkls Snarl.
W. H. Brooks, atari good. Won driving.
Time. i:aa s-o.
Horse. Wt. PP. Bt.
4 s
(T8S) Knot W
745" Wyomlag.. 104
T88 Sway JOB
X)0 T. Wltehet 108
(745) Laeeharea.. 118
(013) Translate.. 104
(1180) Ballsolsr... 09
760 under r ire. iu
Feat, 4:00. Of,, 4:04.
Open.Hlgh.aose. Place.
-1 4-5
B-l VI
8-1 10-1 10-1
2 2 4 Robinson.. 8-j 8-1 , 8-1 3-1 1.1
8 8 8 O'Brien .. ! 8-1 B-l 1-1 4-8
8 8 8 Meeney ...10-1 80-1 60-i 18-1 el
T T T Callahan.. 10-1 13-1 10-1 4-1 8-5
I T-l
King 10-1 80-1 20-1
lar drive. Wyomlna hal
Tlpptty Wltehet stopped at snd of seven fur-
Knot had all the speed end won going away under a drive. Wyoming held en well.
Sway closed very fast through final alghtli
Bllnksrs Baltsolar. Wyoming, Translate, under Fire.
Scratched Damroson, natural linage, usinoutlaur,
70 'I FOURTH RACR The Adirondack Handicap. Ouarentesd cash value, 85,000.
I HO yor two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Winner, oh. e., bf Peter Pen-First flight
Start good. Won easily. Place same, post; 4:30. Off, 4:10. Owner, H. P.
WHITNEY. Trainer, James Rows. 1 Time, 1:11 4-6.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. 14 U H Fin. Jockey. OBan.Hlgh.Close.plao. Sh,
701 'Exodus 136 1 1 1H P 1 Ambrose . H 1-1 1-1 L -
MT Jsg 114 8 4 4 4 4 Keough....VB 8-8 8-9 1-3
T81 Queereek 110 4 3 2 l ! SVa BJc 13-1 20-1 15-1 4-1 4-8
TOT Dry Moon Ill 1 8 8 1 1 4 tenth) -A- 8-1 8-1 8-1 M l-g
Bxodus had all the speed and never left the result la doubt Jag, outrun la the early
stages, dosed fast through the streton- Queereek ran a fair race,
pry Moon and Exodus wore blinker.
Seratched-Klrkleytngton, Grey Lag, Harmonious.
Exodus added starter.
FIFTH RACE For three-yesr-olds sad npwsrd. Balling.
mile. Winner, eh. h., 8, by Star Shoot Blue Grass. Owner and trainer, F, D.
Won driving.
Purse, 11.107.41. One
taw aaA tn.. F r
Place asms. Post, 4:50. Off,'
St Fin. Jockey.
B 1U 1 KeCabe
3't1 3 Woodstook.10
Boavh Pasanga for Britons.
Vardon and Ray are finding golf In
America very different from what It eras
during their last visit seven years ago,
,nd this despite the fact that Ray won
the open championship and ardon fln
ished In a tie for second with three
others. When last ui ci v F. ,
wVre here they were defeated only once
. n .whrhltlan match, that being et
wvir.rvi hv the brothers Aleck and I ......'., ,h,
nsle, 2 up In a thirty-six hole beat ball w.'..., Smith. Tgla time their tour I Fright and Banlcala wore blinkers.
..K"..l-cLr ' had run about a wee when UteZ were
- - mil, winnir, ui. n., 0,
WEIR. Time. I:g0. Start good
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. Bt U H
703 Turf 111 1 1 41 6
ROt Mosa 108 5 I ! I'
70S1 Fred, tne u 11s e e e a e e a wanes .... s-o i-x i-s i-s
Turf saved a lot of ground by coming through on the rati at th head of the
stretch, went to tha front at the furlong pole an4 was going sway at ths snd. Mess
hung on gamely In tha drive. Tlng-a-LIng ran a good raos. Fredertek the Oreat was
always outran. Bllnksrs Tlng-a-LIng Fredarafck the Oreat, Bleats and Moe.
Scratched Natural Bridge, Oath.. Sunny Hill. Frogtown. Flssr.
SIXTH RACE Ferse, 11.107 43. Ftir maiden fillies. Two-vanr-olds. Stat furlongs.
Start good. Won easily. Place driving. Feet, 5:08. Off, 8:33. Wlensr, b. f.. 1.
by Frlxsie-Sprlt. Owner, OHBCK STABLE. Trainer, W. H. Xarrlck. Time.
i -te l.B.
Wt. PP
no 14
no e
no 11
Index. Hores.
844 Frignt
680 Baskala ....
710 Conine .....
T44 Oubanlte ...
750 Scotland Tat
T64' Beacon
TBS Dewy Eve. .
TOO Kate Fraiay
7M Hadharwar .
T84 out Fringe no I i
T35 Perfection 110 13 10
764 Atala 110 ') 5
Love rap ins
I x z s x- Kstaoy ...is-l io-i ie-1
I 4 3H 3' l Kaough .. H 8-1 8-1
113 3 12 11 10 8 4 Band .... 1 4-13-1
110 6 3 8 4 4 6 Johnson .. 1-1 8-1 B-l
110 IS T 7 8 0 Bell 8-1 8-
119 4 4 8 8 S I Klng.'.'.'.lti eY
110 10 II 11 11 11 Rise .10
IS 18 11 10 Fator ..
10 9 - 8 11 Stack ..
Bi 8 10 13 '
8 S II 13 18
It 14 14 14 14
4-1 1-1
6-1 8-5
T-4 T-I0
B-l 0-5
Al 8-5
J-l 1-1
STM 10.1
1 80-1 80-1 12-1 a.1
..18-1 35-1 20-1 8-1 4-1
..SO-1 80-1 80-1 11-1 8-1
Fright, oft In motion, had all the spaed and won with plenty In
as aiwa
i ell
1 80-1
1 20-1
1 SD-1
fflfcr.'W Jtl Jl l U
Rowan ...80-1 SO-1 80-1 30-1 10-1
and. Conine
son match. H. Var.U,.,
Sad the cours record la. the afterneou round
always well up. Had no excuse)
ejagatebeeVBlte) Flam east NUaWe Fe4
srve. Banksia
Jay Bird, the pacemaker, a turn of the
field. Then he went to the front, and
under an Intelligent ride by Byers won
by a length. Stucco was second snd In
fidel third. The race was not much, but
it waj so much better than recent races
through the fl"ld that the racegoers
aeemod pleaaed With it and applauded
the winner. '
One of the worst reversals of the
meeting oame In the first event, when
Raleo led home a field of platers, "ghls
asms Raleo was beaten til by cheep
horses In both of his recent starts. To
day he displayed a startling Improve'
ment, and won In a gallop by six lengths.
Bo marked was his Improvement that
men who are students of form closed up
their pest peformanof charts and da.
clared It was more profitable to guess
at the winners then to dope them.
Fright, a filly which had been run.
nlng a half mile and then quitting to a
walk, led a big field of good youngsters
over the six furlong route In the last
race. She sped , to the ftttnt at the
start and without urging from McAtee
continued In the lead to the end, win
nlng easily by a length and a half. Olt
ford A Cochran's Banksia took the sec-1
ond end of the purse and Conine, be
longing to John Sanford, waa third.
The blgccst surprise of the day same
In the . i race when Frank Welr'g
Turf 1 . . . home a small field of platers
In nip. In this race Frederick tha
c-i at, belonging to F. Heueman, waa
. ntdered a sure winner and was made
an odds-on favorite at I to 5. He
didn't show any speed at any time and
was never a serious contender. Ting.
afUng led to the stretch, with Mese sec
ond and Frederick the Great third. In
the final run Turf displayed a good
burst of speed and got up hi tiaio to
win, going away by a length. Moss
took the place and Tlng-a-LIng was
John E. Madden announced to-day
that he bad sold his two-year-old filly
Muttlklna to Commander J. K. L. Ross
for 110,004.
The committee in charge of the na
tional championships which begins at the
West Side Tennis Club en Monday next
le sending with all tickets the following
1 Whan you enter the stand please tako
and keep your own seat. Beating plan !
shown on ravers slds of this circular. At
least on fatur4 match will be played di
rectly la front ef you dally, so don't mave
around. Shifting In the studs bothers both
the players and spectators.
2- lf you have to leave while a match Is
In progress, wait until the change of courts
after odd games.
8-Th fir laws prohibit smoking la ths
stands. Ths rule Is mads tor your own pro
tection, so pleas do net smoke.
4 Accidents have resulted tram throwing
eeahtons onto the courts after matches.
Pleas don't throw them.
B do net mass comments is a ioua veica.
a Do not applaud until a paint has been
completed, and do not applaud obvious er
T Be fair to all contestants, thus giving
them a chance to play their pest tennis
under ths most ri
th most favorable conditions
8 If your neighbor does not observe then
requests kindly caul mem 10 (US attention,
and U that doesn't suiik can a
en usher.
First Baae Selling; maiden three-year-eld
end upward; six furlongs:
Index, Bone. Wt. Index. Horse. Wt
Muffins ....108 841 Larghetto .. 98
T83 ejudge DavtdlOOl TtS Earnest A., 108
War Lean.. 110 - P'b't Thomsll4
TOS Overbold ...1UJ 773 Locust Leave 108
TBS Hllam ,,,aaes lew vntawra ....iw
743" 'Clan well ...104
731 Lady Archta.no
TIT' Q. of ths 8pal03
Mould Fir.. 115
Tlcaeey 110
Hoosofi mmJB
Bat'r BellevallO
Second BaseThe Berkshire Handicap:
mares; throe-year-old and upward; one
Index. Hon. Wt
(7T1) L. Oertnide.113
TBI1 Busy signal, i iu
lunette .,iw
Index. Horse. Wt.
780 Taller Maid.. 100
788 B t Dancerll. 98
(748) Milkmaid ....128
van i.i
771 Red R. Rose. 10.11 T84 Pontypridd ..10T
785 Sweet Musle.101 771 Alpha 10S
T87 Edwin 100) TIT Iwto 101
Third Rao Selling; two-year-olds; six fur-
Ion if s :
Index. Horse.
T84Tbe ABy....,!l
(728) 0. Faithful. loo
W Tidings Iff
T8 Th Baggage 107
T44 Lough StermlOT
7s volt Ann. ...107
err Gluey Lad...llO
...11W T88 Our Flea...
Index. Horse.
Index. Hen. Wt
(734) Cleopatra ...114
Damask lit
(751) Pinna Can... 116
750 Wapiti .110
(T84) Mevourneen. .107
Bt. Doaar4...U0
74T Huoneo 1 10
570 Feunua 1 10
(783) Thimbu I0T
i.-,rth Raca Th Huron Handicap: thn.
mar-olds: one teue ana tniee siatentns
index, aw
481 Blam Ill
T14Blff Jang .. J4
780 Blue Wnck..U0
Tta BUi el uray. . iwi
Filth Raos Clalmlag; thre-yar-ol and
uoward; oae mile:
Index. Horn. Wt. Index. Hone. Wt.
- Or'nd Swell. .103 788 Flssr 108
703 Aurum 11TI TCI Sea Queen ... 88
773 Jessie 061 772 Aatarlsk ...Alt
T88 Young Adao.110 TBS 'Tan II 1 IB
632 Challenger. 101 788 Phalaria Hg
T40 Shillelagh II. 1011 T71 The Bslg. II.. 113
TIP Frogtown ...101
Sixth Bsc Conditions; two-year-old; fin
and a liau iitrionge
Index. Hone.
TSS" I initial
(747) Blng Bi
i,ti Nab ant 108
T44' Lough 8torml05
76 Tne naggaseioe
T74 Normal ....115
T74 Oriole
471 Carefre
no-cots 4'Or
4g Curfew .
781 8dgefleld
653 Idle Dell.
Index. Ho
eann .
T4T Stirabout .
788 Broomspun
iT ueapair . . .
578 Faunu . . . .
T80L DlmpnadaJ in
. .11
Chevalier ...111
106 788' Orey LT....108
103 - P. f. BarnsniKU
lap 744 jsnswn l
II 1.1 1 tills K
fgeoinl (o Tns Sun ssb New Toss Hsbals.
Southampton, N. T., Aug. IS. Two
things that Interested the tennis gallery
most In. tits Meadow Club Invitation
tournament to-dey were the disposition
of three) singles matches that narrowed
the field to eight men In the round before
the semi-final, and the appearance of
William T. Tilden Id and Charles S.
(iarland In doubles. After keeping the
Southampton summer colony guessing
for several days as to their Intentions,
the Davis cup etara arrived finally to
gladden the hearts of a tennis commit
tee that has bad to contend with default
by prominent players In singles.
Tilden snd Garland did not have a
very strong team to dlspoee of in their
first round match with Albert J. Oeter
dor( and Henry H. Basaford, and they
made little attempt to press their ad
vantages or to Inject much speed Into
their play. They went so far as to drop
a 61 set to their opponents, who,
flushed with their euooess, went out to
win the third net. too, If possible. It
was apparent, however, that the Inter
nationalist had no Intention of scoring
decisively snd they oentlnued to play
leisurely to the end. taking (he match
at 6rj, 4. in the aeoond round
Tilden and Cartand won by default and
thus advanced as far as the reet
Watson M, Washburn and Leonard
Bevkman of Mew York and Ralph H.
Uurdlck of Chloago proved to be the
winners In glngloa, and the draw now
reads Samuel Hardy of Mew York veraus
Beekman. Vincent Rlcharde of New York
versus Dwlght P. Robinson of New York.
William J. Clothier of Philadelphia ver
sus Washburn and Hugh Kelieher of
few York versus Burdlck. Thus Mew
York has six of the eight survivors, Phil
adelphia one and Chicago one.
Waahbarn Defeats Carter.
Washburn's advance was made nt the
expense of G. Colkot Cnner of Philadel
phia, holder of the Massachusetts Stats
title, and the match proved to be the
best contested of three singles. An usual
the strength of Washburn's game lay in
Its steadiness, lis cool, calculating accu
racy and his perfect timing of strokes,
Caner played more aggressively, but his
control was tot of the best. He flashed
some pretty passing shots and kept
Washburn going at hie best te prevont.
fhe loss of the lead In the first set.
Games wept on service until the scoro
waa 4-all. Then came a break through
Caisr's service In the ninth game after
the score had gone to deuce, and In the
tenth game Washburn took the set at
In tha second set Caner rallied strongly
at the start, a streak of hard hitting giv
ing him a lead ef I 2. He was goins
but his veteran partner was easily the
more effective. With the opening of
the second set Clothier and Dabney de
cided te keep the ball away from Hardy
as much as possible. They kept little
Jones pretty busy after that and earned
many points by returning the ball at the
boy's test as he attempted to reach tha
net Jonee was unable to meat the ehot
successfully, but he persisted In storm
ing the net Just the same, urged on by
Hardy, who evidently was attempting to
pey'ect the boy's forward court play.
Clothier and Debney showed good con
trol after the first set and their game
eras versatile. The score' ended 44.
41, 4-4.
As in singles; play In doubles nar
rowed down to the round before the
seml-flnala Present indications are
that when the final le contested on Sat
urday, Tilden and Garland will oppose
either Burdlck and Richards or Clothier
and Dabney. That appears to be the con
sensus, but there are other teams laft
that are capable ef upsetting all pre
dictions In an exhibition singles match Will
iam T. Tilden and Francis T. Hunter
divided two sets, the latter taking the
first at 76 and loelng the eecond at
I 4. Play was spirited and Interesting
all tho way. Hunter drove powerfully
and kept Tilden preAy busy, yet the lat
ter always gave the impression that he
was playing well within himself.
Thej Snnamariesi
Our Clothing Man says
we may still say "just a
line or two" about suit bar
gains provided we talk
"Mostly 36 to 38"!
Were $48 to $70.
$35 and $45 now.
Meadow Cluh Invitation Singles-Third
Round Li'i'inii'ti Beekmao, Naw York,
defeated Alfred H. Dabney, Boston, 64,
84: Wataon M Washburn, New York, de
feated i. Oolket Caner, Beaten, 84, 7-4:
Ralph H. Burdlok, Chicago, defeated, Will
iam V, Burrlll, Seattle, 0-2, 61.
Doubles First Round William A. Lamed
and Robert D. Wrenn defeated R. W. Em
mons and L. Van Ingen, 80, 8-2; Ralph
L. Bagg and William Rosenbaum defeated
Walter J, Toulssalnt mid Blgmund Bpaeln,
eV-0, 88; Marahall Allen and William V.
Burrlll defeated (I. Maxwell and C. Max
welh 6-8, 61; Commander W. 8. Ander
nn and Alan J. Luwrey defeated A. II. lily
and H. Mlddndorf, 8-0, 00; Wllllgm J.
Clothier and Alfred S. Dabney won from
T. Carnegie and p. Romaln by default;
Ralph H. Burdlok and Vincent Richarda
won from C. Le and 0- Ulgelow by de-
,,,,, i. riiunio and rri'derirK t;
Inman defeated O. Putnam and T. Webber,
6-1. 8. 8-1; Major B. It. Harran and Stan
ley Mortimer defeated R. L. James and Cecil
imnaldson, 80, 8-8; Watson M. Washburn
and Arthur J. Yencken defeated E. Bach
nd E. McWhorter, 61, 60; Hugh Kelie
her and Frederick c. Baggs defeated
liaight P. Robinson and W. Rows, 48,
ti--1; Q. ColkatCansr and Leonard I)k
man defeated P7 Kountxs and W. Boocoek.
''--1. 81: Mtireav Vrnnn an A l. Tl..r
inaioo u. a. waikr and M. ruan. 67, 88,
iTii R- Hinckley and h. Godahall defeated
). Oonn Ksresey and Edmund W. Basle. 81
t-Ij William T. Tildes' 2d and diaries 8.
Garland defeated Henry H. Baesford and
hart ) Ostendorf, 83, 1-8, 82.
Saeond Round Wm. J. Clothier and Alfred
8. Dabnav riafoalaA R,mii.l t, . -J.. ......
so well then that an extra set match Arnold W. Jfone, 4-6, 6-1, 04; Ralph L.
seemed certain. Without warning, how
ever, Oaner suddenly lost all control and
although once within a stroke of the set
dropped five straight games, Washburn
winning at I 4, T I. The comparative
point score, 81 to TS, shows how close the
contest was most of the way I
Washburn... 0684 2 8I4T 444-4
Caner 44 10 144428 0-41-4
Washburn S 4 1 4 1 2 0 4 7 4 4 4-38-7
Caner 62414441821 0-4)4-5
Dabney opened promisingly In his
mateh with Beekmarl, playing effectively
at the net and running Into a lead of
4S in games. Beekman, tried to break
up his forward court attack by lobbing
frequently, but Dabney smashed accu
rately overhead. As the set advanced,
however, Beekman began timing his
shots better and finding his openings
for passing strokes, and Dabney did not
find It as profitable to get to the net
As the Bostenlan relinquished his for
ward court attack Beekman took It up
and his steadier play from that point
gave him four games In a row for the
first est, 44. Dabney rallied In the
second division of play after Beekman
had taken a lead of 20, and drew up
to I all. Gameg went on service after
that up to the tenth game, when Beek
man broke through for the set and
mateh. As In the flrat set the score
waa 6 4.
Bosdlck Not Extended.
Ralph Burdlck was not extended at
any Stage to dispose of William V. Bur
rlll of Seattle, a junior player who has
attracted considerable attention on the
Coast Ths Chlcsgoan was in excellent
stroke, and In addition to matching the
youngster's speed outguessed him re
peatedly In the rallies. Tha score was
41, 41.
Thirty teams opened play la doubles,
among the moat prominent being these
of Tilden and Garland, William J.
Clothier of Philadelphia and Alfred 8.
Dabney of Boston, Ralph S. Burdlck
and Vincent Richards. G. Colket Caner
and Leonard Beekman, Richard Hinck
ley and Harold Oodshali. the Pacific
Coast Junior champions; Samuel Hardy,
Davis cup team captain, and Arnold W.
Jones, the national boy champion, and
the veteran national champions, Will
lam A. Darned and Robert D. Wrenn.
The latter pair had no difficulty dis
posing of R, W. Emmons and I Van
Ingen, 4-0, 8-2. but tn the eecond round
they Were eliminated by William Rosen
baum and Ralph I Baggs, 14, 41,
4 J. While their speed lasted the for
mer tennis kings outplayed their oppo
nents, showing most of their old time
skill, but they slowed down consider
ably after that and Baggs and Rosen
baum, by forcing a fast pace, defeated
them by a eomfortable margin.
Spirited tennis marked a second round
match In which Samuel Hardy and
young Arnold Jones met defeat at the
handxBjOf William J. Clothier and Alfred
8. Dabney. Hardy's skill In driving the
ball directly between hie opponents
when they were off their guard was
responsible for Clothier and Dabney'e
loss of the first eat Jonee assisted
with soma clever volleying at the net.
Baggs and Wm. Rosenbaum defeated Wi
a. i.arneii ana Itebert n. Wrenn. 18, 6-3
4-S; Rakh D. Burdlok and Vineent Richards
defeated Oeorg Drexel Riddl and Frederick
C. Inman, 60, 60; William T. Tilden 2d
and Ch. 8. ( iarland won from Frits Bas
tlan and John Hennessey by default; Com
mander W. S. Anderson anil Alan J. Low rev
defeated Marshall Allen and Wm. V. Burrlll,
42, ! CJ. c. Caner and Leonard Beek
man defrnted Hugh Klher and Frederick
f. Baggs, (1-3, 4-2; Richard Hinckley and
Harold Cndshall defeated Murray Vernon
and Alex Her, 61, T-8; Wataon M. Wash
burn and Arthur J. Yenakn dfeatJ Major
8. Harran and Stanley Mortimer, aT,
64, 4 I.
Pint Round-atlee 8. BrlsUd end fc W.
rsaslia defeated Mr. and Mrs. o. H. Hlg
slns, 4V-2. 6-4; Miss A. Tllford and F. 0.
Inman defeated Miss V. Rice and .7. J. Keon,
82, 43; Mr. B. T. Briers nd Ralph L
Bagga defeated Mr. and Mr. T. R. Strong,
O, 64.
What is it that fits all
weathers as well as men of
all builds?
A ""'Scotch Mist" over
Fine, rain or shine !
Plenty of light Fall
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Fine Percale Shirts,
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Bathing Suits
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Athletic Union Suits, $1.35
Duck & Khaki Pants, $2.50 up
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Fl-SMrNoTOW, N. J.. Au.,$8. Delight
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ing crowd to the Fleinington fair to-day.
The track wag fast and the finishes In all
the harness events were close. With a
Held et elsht starters Teddy Qnatton
took the 2:11 pace, Vallette the 1:14
trot and Betty Dodga the 2:26 pace.
Summaries ;
2:18 PACE-PURSE, 81,000.
(Brnr) .. i a 2
Teddy Oration, b. a.
Cora Hal, br. m. (Drew).
Pat Worthy, br. g. (Blln)
W. O. Zlegenheln, a, g by Pae-
maxer unstricn)
T 1 1
1 e
Mahal Seymour, b. m. (Cornwall) 8 8 T
Zenbrna ML br. m. (Oarr).... 4 7 4
juage aai. Dix. g. (Willi) 8 4 8
Lewst Hal, e. g. (Maybrey) I 4dr
Time. 2 :11'.4-2 :lW4-2 :1l(t-l : ISVt-2 : 18.
I 1:14 TROT PUR8B. 4400.
Vallette. ch. m by Mebel
(Woad) 8 I 1 1 1
Harry I! Ingen, b. g. (Barry).... I I I I I
Belmeiine, blk. m. (OelSsinlth). 1 5 4 4 8
Pearl L'ght. ro. m. (Wtlaen).... 4 5 11
Jaerda, h. r. (Stslle)-.. 4 4 2 .
Tims, I : lsi S : 18(4-2 : 1814-1 :21 lt-2 : lift.
Batty Dodge, b. m by Jaa Dodga
(Berry) ,. 2 1 1 1
Zotte Patch, b. m. (Ooldmlth) 12 2 2
Agnes Dewey, g. m. (Hunt) 3 3 3 1
Chlltun Squaw won the halt mile run
nlng Tc In 1:11, with Supper Maid
aeeond and Metropolitan third. Blanay
won the three-quarter mile running race
in 1 :3?U, with Bertha C. aeoond and
Chester Maid third.
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K that bast results
obtained from
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UsoUns is Imports!
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o'clock this evening to swim the Eng
lish Channel from Dover to Calale. This
la the first attempt since the outbreak of
the war to swim the Channel.
Sullivan went te England In 1918 for
the purpo of swimming the Channel.
In August of that rear he started from
South Foreland, but only succeeded In
getting within sis miles of Prance. Sul
livan again went to Dover lest July, and
has been practising there for the present
attempt ,
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Van Tassell & Kearney
(Established 1881)
126.128 East 13th St.
Tcrmorrcrw (Friday). Aug. 27,
This sale will eoniprlse a great many pleas,
are and business ear, tha property of dif
ferent consignor.
Special mention ef the following 1 or
ttia MODEL. sVaarttM rendition, thar
oughly overhauled! the property ef a privet
stnrtir nd light'): fine order.
WAt KPK TON TRUCK, Rack bad;.
liriCK 8 rASfl. TOURING, WIT. Starter
and lights.
li R. DUNKLEY, AuctJeW.

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