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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1920.
m 16 20,000 See Man o9 War Shatter World's Record for Mile anctFive-eighths in Winning Realization at Belmont Park MAN 0' WAR MAKES A WORLD'S RECORD Covcin Milo and Five Furlongs in the Ileal izution in 2:40 2-5. BEATS ENGLISH FIGL'RKS toads Home Hoodwink l)y Nearly o Furlong llildur Takes tlie Nursery. By IlllxriY v. KIMi. All kinds of records fell before the aalghty stride of Samuel Riddle's great III Man o' War yesterday afternoon ,t Rclmnnt Park. With each of hi atrMcs measuring approximately twen-iv-flvo feet, ho bounded over the one mi's o:,l five furloriK route In the his eric Lawrence Realization Stake and covered the distance In the unyreee Itflted time of 2:40 4-3. This is four and cne-flfih ae. onds faster than the Amer ican record, mnrto by tbS Immortal fitelCerbert at Bhoepshtad Bay in 1109, irA one and three-fifth B64)ondl better than the world's mark, established nt Hnrat Park, England, by War Mint. In Ml While stepplntr to a hollow victory ever M J, Walter It, Jeffords's Hood wink, lie smashed the old marks at one mile and three furlongs anil one nillo nd a half. His fractional time for the ri'e by furlongs was 0:12 !.. 0:23 8-5, 3-3. 0:47 4-5, 1:00 2-1, 1:13, 1:11, 1:39 3-6. ! H, 2 N 3-5, 2:1 3-r., :U 4-5, !:40 4-5. Ar.d after accomplishing this 7he nomer.il lent the great son of Fair Play Vgl not taking a long breath. Neaiing he Judges he was fljghtlnu hard to go faster than C'larenco Kuntmer, his joeki y, would allow him to go. At HO Mage of the race was ho urged to do h ' beat, but he was allowed to run as he desired until the final six teenth, whero Kummer began to eaBe Mti up. It was the moat wonderful ecuine performance In the history of the turf, and caused more than 20,000 persons to become almost frantic In thatr enthualaam. By his victory Man f War earned 14.12f bringing his total innings up to J155.C00. A a contest tho race was a fizzle. Qi rga D, Wldener'l Sea Mint had been named over night to start against the champion, but an hour before post time he was withdrawn. With hlin out it leokdl as If the rich stake would re sult In a walkover, but Mrs. Jeffords, who la Mra. Blddle'l niece, declared that such a thine would be a shame and or (kd her trainer to enter Hoodwink, a mediocre colt, which was on the eligible list. Hoodwink a 100 In 1 Chance. All racegoers knew Hoodwink had no 'h;mce of even giving Man o' War a race, and the champion was made a prohibitive favorite at 1 to 100, while 100 to 1 was obtainable aajalnst Hood wink. And Man o' War won like a 1 to 1.000 shut. He went to the front In the urvt sixteenth of a mile, Increased his lead with every bound and at the end was almost a furlong ahead of his opponent, But even though it was not a contest '.ha crowd went fractio over the cham pion. The fact that he was allowed to run nj smash records pleased them greatly, and as he entered the home stretch a round of cheers rang out that ould be heard In Jamaica, and they srew In volume as he went past the .udges, and became still louder and niore ilnccre when his world's record tlm was posted. That he earned the records and .'leased the crowd waa due to Mrs. Riddle. tj, offlciala of the aasoclatlon realized there would be no contest and requested Mr. Riddle to allow his colt to race soma part of the journey at his best speed. Mr. Riddle, agreed to let him do his best In tho last quarter. Mrs. Riddle was informed of th'.a In the paddock Just before the bugle called him to the pest. "Why not let him run all the way?" Mrs. Riddle queried her hus hnd. "If he can make a record let Mm do It Tho public wants to aee him race at his best, and I think ha should be allowed to do bo." "What do you think, Louis?" Mr. Riddle aaked Louis Feustel, the young trainer who. made the colt famous. "It suits nic," replied tho trainer. "It won't hurt him. If you say so I'll have him k:ish all the records on the bookV" That satisfied Mr. Riddle and, turning to h.s wife, he said, "We'll let him run II the way." '"It Stride Terenty-f Irr Feet. Jockey Kummer was standing near "id heard tho converaatlon. Feustel anied to him and said, "Let Mm run." Thn the trainer led the colt to the cat, boosted Kummer Into the aaddle nd went to the stand to aee him beat records, while Mr. and Mrs. Riddle re fined to their box in the clubhouse. So amazing waa his feat that Major August Belnont, who was preaent, re quitted one of the officials to go to the 'rack ar.d measure his strides. The tape 'bowed that after he had gone a mile rd a half each bound measured 24 feet Inches, and that during the first half Wle it exceeded 25 feet After the race Major Belmont, presi dent of the Westchester Racing Associa tion, announced that he would add 10,000 to the Jockey Club atakea next Saturday If both Man o' War and Sir Barton would start Thla race la a J'elght for age affair at one mile and a Mr Riddle and Louis Feustel, hla 'ralner, said Man & War would start, but "Uy Bed well nnd Commander Rosa Bald 'bey Wo.iM decide about atartlng Sir "Hon earlv this weelt The Nursery, the other feature, brought dozen high class Juveniles to the post This stake Is one of the oldest on the American turf, and slnco It was InaUffur I'd at Jerome Park. In 1S. has always "rouuht out a high class field. It was at W furlongs and waa worth 14,925. Hll r, a black son of Star Shoot and swlby Belie, belonging to Commander - l, itoss, was returned the victor. sped to the front at the barrier's "', set the pace all the way and won easily by three lengths. Clifford A f'hrans Smoke Screen, which waa 5at'l at the last minute, finished second ,lve lengths ahead of Jefferson Living- 1 r"'s n.,:,l mm! lnrk. Oriole. Hlldur "d dow mho six furlong straight course n ft, exceptionally fast time Of 1 :10 8-5 stood Bukata, a chestnut filly, owned and 22 by Gilford A. Cochran, ran off the opening contest. He Is a eon l: His Majesty and Early Rose and waa rca at Mr. Cochran's farm at Mount , N. Y. Scotland Yet. belonging to Roaster, waa second, and Perfec lon, carrying Mra. Jefford's alike, waa tr ird, The Whiteatone steeplechase furnished wod contest. All of the Jockeys did ' t : ii.l thrt Vw,-a linrvn Wi.n U' r.-n 1 V Head of the World's Greatest Race Horse i - J jHpnaV i yWl h t a 3- H 1 -.vis's Crest Hill galloped past Igea a length ki front of Rttplca. Tne f;'th brought together n cheap ?r'd of platers. Of these 8hlllelagh.be '0tlrir to &iward Peters, waa much the ret, and won easily by three lengths. THIS is a photograph of the head of Man o' War, the three-year-old son of Fair Play and Mahubah the property of Samuel Riddle of Philadelphia. Man o' War is the greatest race horse ever foaled, and hii wonderful gallop to win the Realization, one mile and five-eighths, at Belmont Park yesterday, was only an other evidence of his phenomenal speed, for, without half trying, he shattered the world's record. Service Star was second and Brink third. Audacious took the Far Rockuway Handicap In a driving finish from E. R. Bradley'a noted filly. Busy Signal. Johnny Hastings had Audacious keyed up to a high pltcla and was confident his charge would win. Lord Brighton set n hot pace until the homestretch. There ho faltered, nnd under a superb finish by Sande Audacious came on and beat homo Busy Signal, which ran a re markably fine race, by half a length. SKIPPERS CHANGE YACHTS. V. F. Searing; Score 80 Polnta In Four llityal.tr Races. For the purpose of getting a line on Whether the victories In yacht racoa ot tho club are attributable more to the particular boat than to the guiding yachtsman tho Bayslde Yatht Club holds an annual sklppors' race. Thla year's event was held yesterday ovor Little Neck Hay, and the star class of the club was selected as tho most fitting in wnich to make the demonstration. A light breeze from the southwest afforded the sailors only a fair opportunity to test their respective sailing abilities. C. F, Searing, who has been endeavor ing all summer to win at least two buc ceaslve races with hi yacht, the Nep tune, waa assigned to tho handling of Benjamin L. Llnkfteld's Mala. The lat ter boat has been a consistent ono dur ing the season and nearly every time that the M.ila has started It has1 been near the front in the club races on Little Nock Bay, and quite frequently the yacht has been a winner In other club regattas. Yerterday Mr. Linkfleld was able to do no more with the Neptune than tho owner of that boat has been doing throughout the season, and out of nine starters In the races yesterday finished a somewhat discouraging eighth. Four races were sailed over a short course of two miles to windward and return. Points woro allotted In each race inversely In the order of the finish. By creasing the line first In the hrst of the four racea Mr. Searing was al lotted 9 points. In the, same race Mr. Linkfleld In the Searing yacht finished last and waa allotted 1 point Arthur Knapp. Jr., who sailed William Teller'e Nereid, Jtnlshcd second, while F. W. Teves, ownar of the Mlllky Way, who sailed Archibald Nesbett'a Star light, finished third. Out of a possible 36 pointa Mr. Sear ing accumulated 30. Kuapp's sailing ac counted for 20 pointa, and the others fln 'shed In the following order: F. W. Teves. In the Starlight, 28; George Ab bott, In the Big Dipper, 22; William Teller, In the Mara IT, 19; H. Waters, In the Milky Way, IS; J. R Robinson. In the Southern Cross, 14; B. L. Link field, In the Neptune, 11 ; Archibald Nea bett. In the Aria, 10. In a race over the four mile triangular course In the B.'.yelde Bee Class) George Hopewell's Maybe crossed the finish line 3 minutes and 44 seconds ahead of V. W Smith's Rounder. The start was made at 4 :05 nnd the yachst finished as fol lows : Maybe, C :17 :II ; Rounder, 5 :20:S5. WRITERS ON BOXING BOARD. dor. Coolldare of Maasaeknsctta Makes Selections. Boston; Sept 4. Governor Coolldge to-day named Carl A. Barrett and Eugene Buckley, local newspapermen, as members of the State Boxing Com mission, of which Colonel A. F. Foote. commissioner of public safety, Is chair man. Their names were submitted to the ExecuUre Council this afternoon, but the council adjourned without taking action, so that under a ruling of the Attorney-General on the new boxing law there appeared to be no chance of holding tho bouts arranged for L.tbor Day at Lawrence, Brockton and elsewhere. BELMONT FARE ENTRIES. MONDAY. Flrtt Race Claiming; three-yenr-oMs and upward: six furlongt; straight cuuras: Index. Horse. wt. Index. Horse. Wt. SfSS Bright Gold. 102i 300' Marse Mouse.lSO rtJ4 Tab. d'lfon'r.m 833 Round riobtn.lOS R33 Royal Tuck.,112 (821) Nightstick. . 110 G43 Cuin 8ah 10G 70S1 Arnold 1S3 r$Kij Races at Hokokus, N. J., Iahor "r: 1400 purwi for each class. (MO) men Light... 100 S26 Curraghal'n. 103 (713) Ablaze 107 0M Pickwick ...120 601 El rrlmo....H0 Second Race The Droadhollow Steeplechase Handicap; thite-year-olda and upward; about two miles: Index. Horse. Wt.llndex. Horn. Wt. 520' Syo-.et 157 484' Wisest Pool.. 130 (400) 8q. Dealer... 183 Third Race Soiling; three-year-olds and npward: ono mile: Index. Hon. Wt. Index. Horse. Wt. 71 Ooaler 114 7S2 Nat'l rirldge.112 (TOO) Haleo 107 417 Am. Soldier.. 102 .61 Veto 10SK900) 'P. the nreat.109 771 Le Glorieux. 1031(821) 'Nightstick ..114 Fourth Race-Kail Hlghwelght Handicap: all ages: nix furlongs, straight: Index. Horse. Wt. Index. Horse. Wt. (820) Peter Piper.. 1.181 703' Arnold 123 (820) tNnturallit. 143 848' Motor Cop... 136 818 tPllgrlm . . . .103 (818) Mon d'Or....l34 66 On Wateh... 1241(2111) King Thruih.123 802 tl. Brighton. 128 731 W'dfng Cake.. 115 723 Krwer ....116! 4J, E. Wldener entry. , 8. C. Hllareth entry. Fifth Race The Amltyrftle Handicap; three-year-olds and upward: mile and a sixteenth: . Index. Horse. Wt.l Index. Horse. Wf. ,R.v., Beit Pal 1241 tm Sea Mint 106 820 Mad Hatter. .120 81S Pilgrim M Sixth 'Rao Maidens: two-yar-oIdS; flra -nil & hnlf furlonjr. ntralaht: Cimarron ...ii- ,t iuanorna 7.19 Two flairs. .113 831 ,Brlganna ...112 8.11 Cote d'Or...HS 378 (luelph 118 aM Souhw Man. .11 82 tBermont ...113! 823 tMare'a Doy.113 3.10 Cr Damon.. iif S27 Bae nalian ..112 tMontfort Jcnes entry. Fire pounds apprentice allowance, ..113 831' Frigate lit 713 OSllant Foe.. 112 612' M'ns Ballet. ..112 87 Tmi d'Or....U8 - Mulelber 118 8.17 B'k Knight.. .118 - Pouch 115 l.v: Hannonlque..US CRESCENT YACHTS IN LIGHT BREEZES Cantigne Win in Victory Class on Gravesend Bay. Series racing for the summer tame to an end on Gravesend Bay yesterday with the annual regatta of the Crescent Athletic Club. The wind was light and from the south by east when the race committee, made up t C. A. Kelley, chairman ; Richard Raumell and Com modore II. Rottammcr, set the courso signals. It camo from a quarter that enabled the committee to pick an Ideal course for the Victory yachts, the star boats of the regatta. It was from Sea Gate to Bcnsonhurst, across the chan nel to the Craven Shoal buoys, and then down the channel to buoy No. 18, at the mouth of Ambrose Channel. It fraa thej first time the course has been sailed this year and as tho wind came the craft had a good Wat from the Craven Shoal mark tu the buoy at the mouth of the Ambrose Channel. Unfortunately the wind died away as the craft rounded Norton's Point on their way home. The committee decided therefore to stod the yachts at the end of the first round. The winner at that kour was Dr. C. L. Atkinson's Cantigne, which had a lead of 65 seconds on Ly man Brown's Nleuport It was a good race until the wind petered out, with Cantigne leading at ovcry mark. Mavourneen scored a sallover prixe In tho second division of the handicap class. In class X. K. T. Supper's Mvuse again acampered away with the prise. Tho yachts has won first prlxe in prac tically every start this summer. Al though Lewis Atkinson's Scud was the first of (he third division ot the handi cap class to finish, on corrected time the winner waa J. L. Lassoe's Mcon ehlne, a yacht that haa not been doing particularly well all acaaon. Although, yeaterdax saw the ending of the championship regattas, several other races are scheduled for the lower Club will hold Its annual regatta. The yachts will start at 10 A. M. In the af ternoon the Gravesend Bay Yacht Club will hold a club raae for motor beats. The latter organization also has an- match play. nounced a race for next Saturday af ternoon for cupa offered by Commodore H. Rottommer. There will bo cups of fered for both club yachts and for open classes. A summary of the race held yesterday follows : VICTOItr CLASS STAnT, 3:13-COUnSE, niop.'ed Tims. II. M.S. 1 53 ue 1 40 04 Yacht and Oirner. Finish. Cimilgne, C. L. Atktnion, H.M.8. M. D r 00 W Nleuport, L. Brown r, 01 04 HANDICAP CI.ASBt-srCOND DIVISION START, 8:20-C'OUK8E, 7.3 MILES. Mavounuen, P.. Carey S 03 01 1 43 01 KNOCKABOUTS START, 3 :2S-COURSE. 7.3 MILES. Mouse, 13. T. Supper ." 00 43 1 41 43 anip. J. Johnson n in M) 1 43 50 Maaque, J. A. Btcrkoe... 0 21 20 1 '.0 HANDICAP CLASS TinRD DIVISION START, 3:SO COURSE, 7.3 MILEtL Scud, L. Atklaaon 4 26 52 0 30 82 Bug II., H. Rottamincr... 4 28 5 0 58 r Alcyon. II. Roork 4 30 0.1 1 Oil 08 Spider, u, vvooa 4 31 11 1 01 1 Moun.imno, J. L. Lassoe.. 4 31 21 1 01 21 S.n-eob. J. W. Clirlntlan- sen 4 30 03 1 06 05 corrected time on MoonHilne, 32:43; Hug UH 04:zs; ocua, Dates; spider, 53:20; Alcyon 88:20; Sea Cob, 30:50. 72 HOLES AT MONTCLAIR. MoxTCtAiR, N. J., Sept 4. Finals for the B. W. Sharks trophy and a seventy- two hole competition in one class was run oft on the Upper Montclalr Country Club links this afternoon for the trophy, Herman Struller beat Dr. L R. Lauck- ner, 6 up and 5. The scores In the sev enty-two hole event were : E. W. Sharks, 84. 10-8; John Bartlett. 90, 2070; T. J. Carton. Si, 0 71; H. Struller, 96. 2472; J. C. Patterson, 95, 23-72; P. H. Coekefalr. 80, 10-73: C. F. Andreas, 87. 14-73; C. E. Hrad'ey, 83, 11- 74; F. S. Williams, 88, 14-74; F. E Cong don. SO. 1C-74: D. H. Smith. 82, 874; O. Rosaen, 90, 1074; A. E. Alleopp, 80 11-75; O. E. Hlgglns, 102. 20-78; F. It Clark. 98. 22-78. In a sweeps takes J. Bartlett won In seventy. The best scores were: J. E. Bartlett, 90, 2070; F. E. Cmgdon. 88, 10-72; O. A. Brakely. 85, 11-74; O. H. Smith. 82. 874: A. E. Allaopp, 88, 1173; F R. Clark, 98, 2270; J. A. Schumann. 103. 2079. The qualifying rounds for tho Presi dent's and Vice-President's cups were played, to be continued Monday at SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART BELMONT PABK RACETRACK, Sept. 4 Clean track fast. OQQ FIRST RACE Purse f 1,000. Maiden fillies, two years eld. Fire furlongs. Start OtIO good. Won easily. Place driving. Post, 2:13. Off. 2:18. Winner, eta. f., I, by His Majesty Early Rose. Owner, OIFFORD A. COCHRAN. Trainer. J. Evaos. Time. 0:08 4-5. Fin. jocxey, 1 Keisay Index. Homo. 828 Bankala 798 Scotland Tot.. 793 Perfection .... 823' Atala 793 7r-4 883 831 203 01 Dewey Eve 112 Honey Oell 112 Mlas Petite.... 112 Clare Frances.. 112 W. of Chanoe.. 112 Jultanne Ill Wt. PP. St. 112 9 3 112 8 2 112 2 8 112 a 8 3H2' 8tt 6 3 4 2 T I 2'H Johnson. . 10 R 4 10 ? ? Ambrose. Sande .. Robinson. Kummer Mooney Quintan Rowan Open.Hlgh.Close.naee, Bh. 4-1 4-1 2-1 7-10 1.3 4-1 4-1 8-5 7-10 20-1 20-1 8-1 4-1 2-1 9-8 8-1 8-1 15-1 13-1 30-1 23-1 , 8-1 .15-1 . 8-6 . 5-1 .10-1 .J0-1 .80-1 .80-1 Lancaster.20-1 00-1 80-1 60-1 30-1 80-1 25-1 7-10 8-1 a 20-1 10-1 8-1 1-3 8-5 8-1 4-1 10-1 8-1 4-1 Quliicy Ktalilo entry. Bankala mado a show of he.- company, opmed up a big gap in last furlong and won breezing. Scotland Yet was best of the others. Perfection finished out strong. Atala had no exeuse. Bllnkurj Banksta. Jullanne and Miss Petite. Scratched Light Rose, Gallant Foe, Bactaanallan and Maiden's BaVfet QOQ ftecOND RACE Whitest one Handicap. Purse 11,200. For fhree-year-olde and Owe? ' upward. Selling. About two miles, start good. Won easily. Place driving Post, 2:40. Off. f :41. Winner, b. a., by Simmons Allle Darten. Owner and trainer, j. m. jj&wid. .m, iio. Indefc Horse. Wt. PP. 8L (791) Crest Hill.. 148 4 1 (520) Rtiptca .... 144 2 4 743 8yrdarya... 182 1 2 791' Infidel II.. 138 3 3 H. H . IH 2V4 1 Ms 1" 4 4 4 2 1 8" 8 8 8 2 3 4 Fin. Jocksr. Open.Rlati.C1oae.FIaes. Bh. 1' Byers 8-6 7-10 11-20 2'KBush 2-1 1.1-3 13-5 8-6 - 8' Cheyne ...12-1 15-1 15-1 8-1 4-5 4 Franklin.. 6-1 8-1 8-1 8-6 1-3 1 Crest Hill drew away from the others after clearing last fence and won with plenty to spare. Ruplea was eaaliy Deit or. me omers. Byrdarya ran a good race. Infidel II lred In last furlong. QfA THIRD RACE The Nursery Handicap. Purse. 88,500. Six fortengs- Start good " Won easily. Place driving. Poet. 1:12. Off. 8:23. Winner, blk. c.. 2, by Star Shoot-Bhelby Bejle. Owner, J. K. L. ROSS. Trainer. H. O. Bedweli. Time i.i" .i-.i. H rm. 1' 1 2 8H 31 6 4 4 5 T 0 a 8 11 A 10 12 9 Wt. PP. 9t 114 6 3 118 13 4 118 8 2 , 112 10 120 10T. Ill 104 7 ! 2 3 B 4 8 8 8 11 10 12 7 ,. 6-1 ,. 3-1 .. 6-1 .. 8-1 ..80-1 .. 8-1 ..20-1 10 11 13 Index. Horse 810' 'HlWur 922 tSmoke Sereen 822' Oriole 822 Grey Latf .... 822 etar Voter... 703' Qiiecreek 822 Dlmmesdale . . 1827) Cars Free 098 John Paul Jones 107 801 Normal 112 8S1 Playfellow .... 106 827' fSt. Michael.... 118 Boss entry. tCochrane entry. Smoke Screen added as the Cochrane entry. Hlldur had all hla usual speed and held on batter than oiuaL Brooke Sereen always held the balance safe. Oriole ran to bis form. Blinker Hlldur, St. Michael, Normal, John Paul Tones, Playfellow, Oars Vrss and Smoke Screen. Scratched Baby Grand, Cote d'Or. FOURTH RACE The lwrsnr Realization. Purae $.1,000. For thrae-ysar-old. line ard rive-eisnms muea. Mian goon, won easily. Place same. Poat 8:41 Off ny srair riayManutian-. owner, OLEN RIDDLE FARM. Jockey. Kummer Keieay. . Rowan. . Johnson. Sande... MeAtee Hnsor ,, Ponoe . . Robinson.. 12-1 McT'gart.. 6-1 Mooney ...13-1 Lyke 5-1 Open.Hlgh.Cloae.Plaee. Ph. S-I lO-I 7-1 0-2 .. e-l 8-1 8-1 8-1 6-1 4-1 10-1 7-1 40-1 9(1-1 9 2 18-8 80-1 15-1 S0-1 20-1 10-1 8-1 20-1 16-1 8-1 8-1 3-1 (1-5 8-3 8-2 'H v 8-1 6-1 8-1 8-5 8-6 4- 8 fl-5 5- 1 M0 6- 1 4-1 8-5 8-1 8-3 841 ,3:12. Winner, eh. 0 Trainer, L. Fenatel. Index. Horse. W. TP. S. (773) Man o' Warl26 2 2 833' 'Hoodwink .115 1 1 'Added starter. Only a gallop for Man o Bl rake rs Hood wink. Boratched-Bea Mint. A Hki Ties '...l'. Jozy- Open.Hlgh.do.nac.Bh. j, i 1 ' 1 jut Rummer 1-ino 1-100 Linn 2 2 3 2 3 Ambrose. . 80-1 130-1 100-1 - War. His time a new world's record. 842 1 Timi RACE-Purse, 81,000. For three-ysnr-olds and up. Claiming One ran ly. Place driving. Pot4:06: off. 4:07. Owner and trainer, EDWARD PETKRa! Winner, b. c, 8, by Irish Lad Arties. Time, i :40. Index. Horae. Wt. PP. St. , H. M. Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Close.Plae Sh. 800 Bhlll.'h H. 100 1 4 8" f' fe I ta Callahin "-1 lf-6 11-B 1-2 788 8erv. Star. 106 8 1 U V 1 ! 3' MeAtee .. 3-1 8-1 18-5 T-18 (743) Brhk 106 4 2 2 H M e fi ponc 11 9.5 "1 FT Z (79il Chimera ... 113 2 3 4 4 4 4 4 Mooney ... 10-1 15-1 15-1 3-1 7-10 Shillelagh II. came through on the ran In last furlong and won going away. Service Clftl iiu i.u.u.'i mini Mixinumi, utiii-, ngU n.J M( IUI, Hunkers Chimera, ntilllelagn u. ai Boratehed Paddy Dear. and Hondo SUr. O 4 0 SIXTH RACE The Far Roekaway Handlclp. For all agas. Purse. 1.:00 Six " ru and a half fnrlonga. Main coura. Start good. Won driving. Place aame. Post. 4:32. Off, 4:33. Winner, eh. e.. 4, by Star Shoot-Oold Olrl. Owner. M I.. HCHWAItTZ. Trainer, J. Haetlnra. Time. 1 17 1-8. New trck r.cnrj ImiCT. ltore. 3Vt. PP. St. W U H Fin. 829' Audacinua iifl 8 3 2H 1 731' Buay Signal.... 110 n 0 lt ( 8' 2' srr i,rd Br'Mn.. 117 4 4 1 2' 1 3 792 Tlpplty Wltehet 107 6 5 4 4 I 4 802 Courtship 98H 3 3 5 8 4 6 Pau wcidei.... 1110 1 1 a 8 a a Audacious tired fast at the end. Busy Signal closed with a ruh. snd It looked a though ah had won. Lord Brighten had ne excise. Audacious broko the track rec ord for the dlatanrv Blinkers Buay Signal. Paul Weldel and Coulanlp. Setatoh Krewar and Osgest. , Tocker. Sande . Lyk.... Enaor. . Keisay . Mooney MSCR Open.Hlih.Closf.Plae. Sh. . 3-1 11-5 8-3 1-2 - 8-1 5-1 6-1 T-5 1-3 8-5 11-3 3-2 1-8 - . 8-1 6-1 8-1 T-3 1-2 ..20-1 25-1 10-1 8-1 5-2 ..12-1 30-1 20-1 6-1 5-2 America Defeats Canada 10 to 4 in Golf Contest Home Team Takes Four Ball Matches, 4 to 1, and Scores 6 to 3 in Singles at Engineers' Visitors Make Fine Stand in Afternoon. By KERlt .V ri ru 1 1 . Canada did not expend all her ammu nition and energy on Vlniy Itlrigo. In thu International golf match betwuen tho United States and the Dominion, playod yesterday on the links of the Engineers Country Club, at Itoslyn, I L, whero the national amateur championship Is to be decided next week the home team was successful, but not before the visi tors had made some of our best little nlbllckatre bite the dust. Last year, at Hamilton, Ont, the score In favor of the American players was 13 to 8. This time It was 10 to 4, so there has been Improvement In golf across the border during the last twlevo month. Moreover, the way some of the Northmen purformod yusterday snows that there Is a real menace In the Can adian Invasion this year. It waa in the singles that the Can adians did best, for they lost tho four ball contest played in the morning by a total of 4 mutches to 1, That left the Dominion Unkamen In what looked 'Ike a hopeless minority, but had the singles been scheduled first there would have been cnxlety In high places, Inasmuch as In tho first five matches Canada took three and the United States two, Not only that, but among those who fell be fore the Dominion stalwarts were Robert A. Gardner of pnwentsla, Chicago; Bobby Jonea of Atlanta and Francis Oulmet of Boston. Then again Oswald Klrkby, formerly Metropolitan cham pion, broke even with Seymour Lyon after being three down with three t Play. Qolfere are familiar with the story of how a fifty-one-year-old star in the person of Harry Vardon almost won the national open championship this c Missed One in 100. PATTEN VICTOR IN EXTRA HOLE MATCH Takes Ekwanok Final Thirty-eighth. at fipicM ta Ths 8cn and Nsw TOU IIssalo. Manchkbttr, Vt, Sept. 4. A load or five holes gained In the mornlmr round of the thirty-six hole final mutch for tho Kqulnox Cup nt Ekwanok Country Club by W. W. P.itton of Schenectady against George I. Lawyer of Albany proved too little by one hole to savo an extra hole match. When Lawyer ran down a forty foot putt for a three nt the 40S yard eighteenth hole, the thirty-sixth hole of the match, he was on even terms with his opponent for a new start. For a moment at thu second extra hole It seemed that Lawyer was a sure winner, for ho placed his second well up toward the green, while Patten topped his second and luckily Jumped the cross bunker, hut the ball was In heavy erais 100 yards from the pin. Patten came hack, rs he has done in many matches, and when his npproach stopped he had a putt of less than three feet for a par tour. Lawyer then, at the crucial mo ment of the match, lifted his head and missed his approach. A feeble attempt to hole out from off the green left him a loser. Playing an average good round of seventy-seven this morning Patten got nis icaa as Lawyer putted poorly and was frequently In trouble. This after noon matters were reversed aid Patten lost three successive holes because of gutting Into traps and failing to extri cate himself with accuracy. The golf was distinctly poor for nine holes this afternoon, but on the last nine the play ing was close to par. The summary: First Sixteen for Equinox Cup W. w. ratten, Mohawk, heat George I. Lawyer, Albany, 1 up (38 holes). First Conaolatlou-J. T. Hunter, .North Adams, beat Koblnaon Cook, Hartford, 1 up (111 holes). Second Sixteen C. L. Beeor, Plnehurst, beat C. B. Morris, Baltusrol, 1 up (lt holes). Second Consolation A. Goodhue, Salem, beat J. B. O Connell. Wnllaatgn. 4 and .). Third Sixteen E. W. Taylor, Jr., 1'hllaeel phla, beat W. H. Davis, Lakewood, 8 and 3. Third Consolation Frank Crocker, Ek wanok. beat H. V. Brower, Easex County, 0 and 8. Fourth Slvtcen-C. r. Erdman. Princeton, beat John Martin, Oakley, 4 and 2." Fourth Consolation A. D. Hecox, Wool ferts Roost, beat J. Hewat, North Adams, 1 up. Medal Handlcap-S. O. Mahon, Garden Cltv, 80-2. 78; K. N. Hall. WollaatOn. 84-6, 78-, B. Relnhart, Plalnfleld, 840, 79; H. W. Clark 3d, Philadelphia. 82-A, 82; Frank T. Clark, Philadelphia, 82-0, 82. ESSEX FELLS SWEEPSTAKES. flpeetaj fo Tun Srie nd Niw To: Hsin. CAtowsLL, N. J., Sept 4. On the Es sex Fells Country Club links a sweep stakes In two classes was played this afternoon, C. E. Bacon winning In class A while R. A. Jacobus and F. A. Plrie tied In class B. The scores: Class A C. K. Bacon, 75-8-671 FL J. Banghart, 0820-73: & W. Baldwin, P3-la-74; O. B. Gallien, 8620-76; L. W. Robinson, 861877; O. H. ChcdisMr, 83-18-78; H. 8. Lehman, 061878. Olaaa B R. A. Jacobu, 105-24 81 1 F. A. Plrie, 105-24-61. JtUMSQN BOATS IN FETE BREEZE Specta! to Ths Sun ind New Toas: Hsut. Humsox, N. J., Sept. 4. The yachts of the Rumson Club held two exciting races to-day In the knockabout and bird classes. The wind, a fair south easterly, at times blow hard enough to put the decks well under w.tter, Vatfck Stout sailed a fine race and brought the Widgeon across the finish line a winner, followed closely by Rumpus, sailed by Prof. John Lamar che. In the bird olass Commodore E. C. Fielder sailed his boat, the Petrel, and finished so far ahead of tho others that he was in a class by himself. The sum maries: KNOCKABOUT RACE START 4:07. Elapaed Time. H. M. S. 1 10 32 1 10 47 1 11 03 1 11 13 1 13 03 Widgeon P.umpu Mi Frances . Jass Aphrodite Finish. H. M. 8. . . 5 17 32 . . 5 17 47 . . 5 18 02 .. 5 18 15 , . 5 20 03 Petrel Albatross .. Flicker .... Tl.-tak VI: . o SextettS .... Loon ....... Kestrel .... Pewee Jenay Wren. BIRD CLASS STATIT 4:12. 8 17 23 6 22 20 3 23 30 5 23 83 5 3 84 5 24 10 6 24 SO 5 27 25 6 28 15 8 82 53 1 0,1 23 1 10 211 1 11 30 1 11 88 1 11 54 1 12 10 1 12 80 1 15 28 1 16 18 1 20 8D WOMEN SKIPPERS AT BAYSIDE, Members of the New York Canoe Cluh held their annual water sports at their new clubhouse at Bayslde, L I., yester day. The feature was tha sailing of the knockabouts of the club by women skip pers. Tho winner was Skylark, cleverly sailed by Mrs W. V. floodwln, which defeated X-tra, handled by Mrs. J. T. Oodfrey. The usual water sports made up the programme. The summary : Canoe Paddling (Single Blades) Won hy J. Taylor; V. Davis, aeronri. Tall Knd Bace Won by A. MeBrlde. Sailing Canoee (Opem Vton hy J. F. God frey, with J. Taylor second. Knockabout Sailing Race Wen by Mrs. W, V. Oeodwln, In Skylark, with Mra. J. F. God frey, In X-tra, second. Double Paddling Canofr-Won by Mra. anc Mlsa Honey. Swimming Raoe Won by Mlaa Honey. Cano Tlltlng-Won by J. F. Godfrey and H. Carta. year nt Toledo. Yesterday Ihsy saw a slxty-two-ycer-old veteran defea: Bob Qardnsr, tho mun who had lost the British championship earlier in ths season on the thirty-seventh hols of the final nt Mulrflold. Oeorge Lyon was the hero of this great performance. The margin by which he defeated ths twlcu winner of the American national championship was tho close one of 1 up, but it was tha old story of a miss being as good an a mile. Morn than that Lyon nerer was down all tho way around. Hs opened his account nt tho second hole with a fine 4 against a 5, and he was 2 up at ths fourth. The fifth went to the Ameri can, and the sixth and eighth to tho Canadian, so that nt this stage Gard ner wns 3 down and hod a stiff battle on his hands A deficit of 3 down was Mill staring tho Chtcagoan full In tho face as he drovo off for tho thir teenth. Ho won this one with a 4, snatched another hole nwuy from Lyon with, n 2 on the difficult short four teenth und then brought the mntch all square at the fifteenth with a par 4 against n 6. Weird Golf at Sixteenth. Tho play at the sixteenth will never be forgotten by those who saw It. Gard ner was hole high on the bank above 1 ho green with his socond, but from her ho required bIx shots moro to hole out Lyon probably did not think much of his chances here when he reached ths green In four, but In the end ho had tha hole In 7 to 8. Gardner hod taken four putts and Lyon three. This gave the Canadian veteran a lead of 1 up with 2 to play, and he held on to this to the bitter end. William Mcl.uckle, Canadian title holder of last year, was the man who accounted for Oulmet. Like hla compa triot Lyon, ho never nce was down, and at tho finish he liS'1 tho match by 3 up and 1 to play. Oulmot was by no meanB at his best, but this does not de tract from the merit of the Canadian's victory, for he took full advantage of every opening left him by the onetime holder of the national open champion ship, and at ono stage of the conflict was as many as four holes to the good. McLtlckle was around In 78, which Is quite a respectable performance over the Engineers' course. Oulmet made a complete hash of the first hole nnd took quite a long time to settlo down. He was 2 down at the third, and nlthough he won the fifth, where McLueklo pulled hie drive Into the rough, he was 2 down again at the Flxth, where from the short tee McLuekle drove to the green and won In 4 to 5 after each Jiad taken three putts. At His tenth the Canadian made his lead 3 up when he pitched dead from a bunker, and Oulmet, who also was trapped, failed to get out In one strike, Morn troublee-wlth the bunkers at tha eleventh set Oulmet down another peg. With five holes to piny ths American still was four to the bad, but a 2 gave him the ehort fourteenth and a 8 the fifteenth, tho match eventually finishing on the seventeenth green, where Mc Luckle won In 4 to 5. The cards : '-r9lBBBBIBW ' ' MeT.uckte-Out Oulmet-Out .. MeLnrkla la . Oulmet In ... . 45645444 5-40 75044544 643 8 4 4 6 3 0 6 4 66453566 Thompson Defeat Jones. It was a spectacular bit of golf from the clubs of Frank Thompson, a twenty one year old star who was badly shot up In the war, that accounted for Bobby Jones. The Southerner was 2 up at the eighth, but Thompson played phenom ennl galf, beginning with the 668 yard ninth, where he registered a 4, and In five holes had turned the match com pletely around so that he was 2 up In stead of 2 down, n the ninth the Canadian holed a 13 foot putt, another of a similar distance at the eleventh for a 3 nnd a fifteen footor for a S at the thirteenth. On the tenth and fourteenth his ball hung Just on the Up of the cup for 2s. Thompson should havs brought the match to a termination at ths alx- teenth, but on - the sloping green ho missed a putt and allowed Jones to carry the battle further afield, Bohhy produced a useful 16 foot putt to win In tho seventeenth, but Thompson beat his man all the way with his approach for tho home hols, and as ths Canadian had two putts for a half Jones, like a trie sportsman, conceded ths hole, leaving his opponent two up. Ths card: Thompaon-Out 64656448 440 .Tone- Out 6484644 3 840 Thompaon-In 83488665 48573 Jnns-ln 4 4 4 4 8 5 5 4 437-78 S. Davidson Herron, ths American champion, defoatsd ths Canadian title holder, C. B. Qrier, by 4 and 8, after leading from the first hole, Herron won three out of ths first four. H waa still 8 up at the eighth, but Orter brought him down to 1 up by annexing the ninth and tenth. At ths thirteenth Herron hooked Into ths rough and played out a ball that soms on before him had lost. Fortunately for himself "Davy" dis covered tho mistake while bending over his putt, and after going back and find ing his own ball he won the hole in 6 to 3. Three putts on the fourteenth put Grler 8 down, and he was beaten 5 and 4 when ho lost the fifteenth with a 6 against Herron's 6. To defeat G. H. Turpln by B and 4, Charles Evans, Jr., of Chicago played perhaps ths best golf of all ths twenty players engaged, Chick Just went along smoothly and didn't leave Turpln any openings. He waa around In about 74 against his opponent's 80. John G. Anderson won by 4 and I from Frits Martin, ths southpaw, with a score of 79, while W, C Fownes, Jr., of Pittsburg, captain of ths American team, beat Norman Scott by 5 and 4. Gnrdlner White and Max Marston each won by ths odd hols, White from F. G. Hnblltsel and Marston from W G. Thompson. Paired together In tho morning, White and Marston had been the only American rnlr to lose, Tho best golf played by any Individual during tho four ball matches waa that of Oulmet, who off his own clubs scored a 71. Fownes, his partner, helped htm twice, and with their best ball of 68 tho American pair beat Seymour Lyon and Frank Thompson, 6 and 4. Evans and Gardner defeated Grler and Turpln, 6 and 4, with a best ball of 71, and Herron and Klrkby won from George Lyon and W. (D. Thompson by 7 and 8. with a 71. A best ball of 72 was good enough to bring Jones and Anderson In winners by 3 and 1 against McLuokte and Mar- ALBERT L. iviNS Grand American handicap winnbr. In winning the Grand American Handicap at Cleveland, Ohio, re cently Albert L. Ivirm of Red Bank, N. J., broke 99 targets out of 100, musing the hfty-third. Fowr.es beat 8emour Lyon and Frank Thompson, T, and1 4: Jones and Anderaon bi-at McLuekl and Martin, S and 1: Hob Hue! and Scott beat Maraton und White, 2 and 1. SINGLES. UNITED STATUS. n. 1). Herron.... F. Oulmet O. Evans, Jr R. A. Gardner... It. T. Jonea, Jr... M. R. Marston... Oswald Klrkby... G. W. White J. O. Anderson. . CANADA. O. B. (irler 0 W. McLuckle 1 O. H. Turpln 0 (i. P. Lyjn 1 F. Thomnaon 1 W. Q. Thonunon.... 0 Soymour Lyon 0 F. O. Hoblltiol 0 Frtti Martin U W. 0. Fownes, Jr. 1 Norman .Scott 0 Total Total 8 Grand total United Sttes. 1ft: Canada 4. Herron beat Grler, 4 and 3: McLuekl beat "Jimet. s arid 1: vans neat Turpln, 5 and 4: G. H. Lyon beat Gardner. 1 uo: Frank Thompaon bant Jonea, 2 up: Marston beat W. O. Thompson, 1 up; Klrkl.y nnd Sey mour Lyon, all square: White heat Hobltt- sel, 1 up: Anderson beat Martin, 4 and i Fownes beat Scott, 5 and 4. INDIAN HARBOR YACHT CLUB RACES Ths Snramaryi BEST BALL MATCHES. CANADA Grler and Turpln , G. S. Lyon and W. (1. Thompson. . G. Lyon and F Thompson MeLuckle and Martin KSolttSal and Scott UNITED STATES. Evans and C.ardnar 1 Ilerron and Klrkby 4 Oulmet and Fownes 1 Jones and Anderaon 1 Marstr.n and White Total Total. Kvana and Gardner beat Orlr and Turpln. f and 4; Herron and Klrkbv beat G. B. Lyon and W. (.Thompson. 7 and i Oulmet aad Marthasset Cup Series Feature of the Regatta. The Indian Harbor Yacht Club of Greenwich, Conn., will hold Its annual fall races on Saturday, September 11. J. Kennedy Tod, a member of the club, has given a cup which Is to be sailed for by the New York 40-footers. The Indian Harbor club has succeeded In winning bock the Greenwich cup from Marblehead, Addison Hanan winning three races with the yacht Ariel. The Manhasset cup races will be sailed off Greenwich on Wednesday, Sept. 15. The scries will start on that day and will ba sailed on the point system. Three races and possibly five will be re quired to decide the winner, depending on ths number of points scored by (jach boat The Boston Yaoht Cluh ha, nl Ienged for this cup and will b 5pre sented by the Waaaka, formerty the Josephine. This boat waa designed and sailed by Addison Hanan. She was sent to Chicago, where ahe defeated tho Chicago yachts and brought back the Manhasset cup from tho groat lakes, where It was taken a few years ago by tha Chicago, represoij.ng tho Chicago Yacht Club. The Indian Harbor Yacht Club will be represented by the Nahma. also designed by Mr. Hanan. The match therefore will be between two boats designed by the same man. PLADTFIELD GOLFERS BUST. Sptetal fe Ths Bote a if Nsw Tots: nsaau. P7-AnrrmD, If, J., Sept 4. Howard H, Craig and Henry J. Cochran, with a 62 net won the four ball 18-holes medal play three-quarters handicap event at the Plalnfleld Country Club to-day. Howard Hammltt and D. Karlow were second with a 67 net. Alfred Rose won the club handicap and first place in thai AGAIN PAMPARO LEDSJ0 FOOTERS Fifty Yachts Start in Seawan haka-Corinthian Y.C. Regatta Special fo Tub 8un ako Ntw Yok IIbsald. OrsTSS Bay, L. I.. Hept, 4. It looked like old tlmea at the Scawanhnka- Corlnthlan Yacht Club to-day. Tho or- guitiatlou hell Its nnnual fall vcratta on Long Island Sound, and for the first time since 1DU there were more than fifty yachts nt the starting I'ne. Al though the hlg schooners and sloops of former yosrs were missing there waa an excellent representation of tlm active 4-lasses of the year, Including a hira-i fleet or tho new Victory boat. This division naa promoted by members ot the Seawanhaka club, anil they are all delighted at tho showing of the division during the year. Unfortunately the wind waa light and ths craft did not have a very good race. The feature division was the forty foot class of the New York Yacht Cluh. Seven of the division came to the start ing lino and again the winner was I'am paro, the property of H. H. Raymond. The yacht finished '.T seconds ahead of Monsoon, which belongs to F. M. Stra ohan. The thirty footers of the New York Yacht Club also had a good race over the same oourse, the winner belnu' F. W. Belknap's Alera. The only yachts of the first division of lit handicap class wore both clas P racers. They sailed In tho latter di vision, under their handicap times. The winner on both actual and eorrtrtad time was T. S. Clark's Aniorst. P Hammonds Spinster Won In tho now S class, the Herreshoff designed division built to rival the Victory yachts. As la always the case with Taces hsire, thar was a large fleet of yachts frm ths Indian Harbor Yacht Club, frMeh lies Just across the Sound. In theAi row class of the Indian Harbor club tha winner was Windward II., which be longs to R. A. Monks. The ono design class of tho some club also raced, the winner being Salome, sailed by Mrs. D. 1ST, Whittlesey, wife of the owner of the craft. A summary of the regatta sailed yes terday follows: NEW YORK Y. O. 40 FOOTERS START, 1:20; COUnSK 19 MILES. Elapsed Flnlah. Tim Yacht and ''wner. 11. M. S. H.M.B, Parnparo, H. 11. Raymond.. 0 02 44 .'1 7 44 Monaoon, F. M. D. 6irchan 5 ft.'l 11 II .18 1 1 Zllph. J. E. Hayes ft 02 30 I U8 Rowdy, H. s. imeii o 04 o ;i mi rri Pliawara, II. Wesson ft 05 M 8 40 M Cockatoo, II. Chubb ft 17 11 .1 .'.2 11 Mistral, P. It. Maliory 6 10 05 3 B4 0: NEW YORK Y. C. .10 FOOTERS START 1:33: COURSE 13 MILES. Alera, F. W. Uelknap ft 20 20 .1 4ft Id Oriole, F. O. Plrie ft 23 3(1 .1 48 M 1'orotal, K. Lang ft 23 ftfl ,8 48 M Mlspah. D. R. Rlchardaon.. . ft 24 23 3 4D 2:1 Mh.x, R. M. Nelson Did not finish. 8LOOPS. CLASS P START 1:30; COURSE 1ft MILES. Amoret. T. S. Clark ft 07 84 S 7 ,1i Zlneara, C. W. Alwater.... 5 32 07 4 02 07 Corrected time on Amoret, 3:87:35; Zln (era, 3:40:48. YAWLS START 1:40; COURSE 1ft MILES. Feu Follet, O. Karach Withdrew. HANDICAP CLASS THIRD AND FOURTH DIVISIONS-START, 1:40-COURSE, 11 MILES. Robin Hood III.. G. VS. Gart- land 5 OB 117 1 11 67 Quakeress 111., C. L. Wey- and B 21 48 8 88 41 Klin, M. E. Hatfield 0 2ft 48 3 40 U Quakeress III., 3:18:27; Robin Hood III, 3:23:87: Kim, 3 30:43. SPECIAL CLASS HTAI4T, 1 :45-COURSF. 11 MILE8. Whiff, H. Parker S 11 88 S 26 Quakeress HI.. C. L. Wey- and ft 21 48 3 3(1 41 SLOOPS, CLASS S-OTART, 1 :50-COURSl:, It MILES. Spinster, P. L. Hammond., ft 1d 38 3 2(1 C8 Fano, P. Jennings ft 20 83 30 U Tea Ticket, H. B. JSVhlton... ft 20 ftft 3 30 lli Ellen, R. Ellia 5 20 22 3 30 INDIAN HAIttlClA ARROWS START, 2:1.'.-- COCRSE, u MILES. Windward til, R. A. Monk, ft 88 4B 3 23 41 Hubble, w. H. Howe B ,16 13 it 24 1.1 Rani, O. D. Maliory ft 40 20 8 2.1 M Snapper, F. f. Page ft 41 30 3 20 38 Jack o' Lan.ern, L. H. Dyer ft 4! 10 3 34 10 Hawk, R, IS. Slavln fl 07 28 3 82 28 7ICT0JV' CLASS START 1:3; COURSE 7 MILES. Merte. f . Martin 6 20 IB 3 31 1ft Mary Rose. J. R. Morgan, Jr. 8 1IH U .1 31 ftft Mongolia, H. F. Curtl 0 29 r,0 3 34 r.i) trail, H. 1. Pratt B 32 01 I 37 (14 Buddy, C. B. Alker B 32 09 3 37 On Cany On, Appletun and Durkln 5 32 18 3 37 18 Smxente-Quiiue, Swan and Uewart 5 32 32 3 37 32 L.'ae Jacket, J. B. Ford 3d., ft .12 34 8 37 34 Ace, A. lselln ft 32 58 3 37 68 OtrantO, R. B. Meyur ft 3ft 18 3 45 18 Briquette, J. T. Pratt ft 35 411 :i 40 40 Hlue Devil, H. Whitney ft 37 10 3 42 19 Bote d Belleau, F, It. Mayer 5 .17 3d 3 42 US LONG ISLAND SOUND SCHOONERS START 2:00; COI'HSE 11 MILES. Allure, J. W. and E. P. Alker ft 29 TO 8 29 08 Algol, L. Hawthorn ft 82 17 3 32 17 Alfi la, W. Baldwin ft 32 19 3 32 IB INDIAN HARBOR ONE DESIGN-START 2:20; COURSli 11 MILES. Salome, D. N. Whittlesey... ft 05 39 2 50 3t Minnehaha, F. Carlton ft 10 04 2 ftft 04 June Bug, II. A. Sturgss... ft 13 19 2 58 19 STARS START 2:20; COURSE 11 MILKS, Saturn. O. W. Elder, Jr ft ftd 29 .1 .10 2 Ueinlnll. L. M. Plrl Did not flnlah FISH CLASS-START 2:23; COUUSB .1 MILES. Manatee, A. Strauss 8 ftl 04 2 30 04 Valador, G. Nichols ft 01 47 2 36 47 Sculpln, F. Remington 5 02 42 2 37 42 Skate, H. I,. Smith ft 05 38 2 40 3S Snapper, W. E. Roosevelt.. 3 00 48 2 41 48 Sabola, E. Strafford 5 011 53 2 4 t 68 Tuna, R. Bowers 5 08 59 2 41 6u cockle, outerbrldge ft Har VHy ft OS 2.1 2 48 II Minnow, T. 8. Williams 5 10 B8 2 43 58 BILLY BOY LEADS YACHTS. SruM to TllS 8 CM and Nbw Yosk IIsjui.d. Stamford, Sept. 4. Billy Boy. Krnet sweepstakes event with a net score of) - Draper owner, won the fourth race 3. Some of the best scores in thn latter event were: A. L. Schomp, 9S 1, 74: S. D. Bartow, 9723, 74; Henry J. Cochran, 8914, 75 : J. R. Shoemaker, ttt, 7J ; D. H. Rowland, 90 lg. 77. The weekly competition for ths Presi dent's Cup, the scores also counting for OakmOnt trophy, a 72 hole event, to be concluded on Monday, was the feature at ths Hyde Wood Qolf Club, North rialnflcld, to-day. The leading scores were Frank Bolby, 89 24, 65; John Daws, 8922, 87 ; Dr. T. R. Champiln, 9527. Si; i A Cannon, 95 24, Tl : VInceat Laporte, 91 19, 73; Warren Townley. 8512. 78 ; Harold B. Blaaler, 8618, 78 ; Leonard Church, 8816, 78 ! A. H. Batting, 9519, 76 ; Jack Cannon, 10028, 77 ; Edward Williams, 10527, 78. k'or .lie Stamford Yacht Club autumn cup for one design boats hero to-day. covering the soven niile triangular course In 2 hours 8 mlautcs 22 second ajid &niBhlng 1 minuto 18 seconds ahead of (Vj'lxa, owned by Tomeroy and lid-wsj-d. The race was sailed In a light so.thvsst brecse. The summary : 81AMFWRD YACHT CLUB ONE DESMN CCas-COURSE 7 MILES; ALL START A 10.45 A. M. Elapsed Time. II. 11 3. . . . 2 08 2 2 . . . 2 09 40 ... 2 10 00 ... 2 II 30 . . . 2 12 .W Raat Mfld Ownar. Rjjty Boy, E. O. Draper Cells. Pomeroy and Edwards.. rianut, P. C. Nobl t"ijtnl, Morton Brother Pwn. A. W. Bell LEONARD JUNIOR CHAMPION. Cjxttmitng tb fine play wnlch he I n I shtrwn in the -inallfylnic round, whh-h I i 1A with rurd nf ?H J T T..nr,l f ih GOI.F PRIZE FOR MACDONALD. I Shsekamaxon Country Club yesterday won M. O. MacDonnld. with a card of 788. . thf Innlor eh.iniplonehlp r,f tlio New Jersey yesterday won the red card ctaas, a msm- JtA.' Oolf Association on the lli.ka of tl. bar' folf competition of the Dunwoodl i Heeenaack Golf Club. In the final h A, Country Club. W. D. Stark and P. J. Hlggs I feated O. U Hereon of Mnntelalr by 4 ur were tied for aeeond place with 74 each 1 and 2 to play after ellmlnatiiw H. lin den .f BUB whs ' awve. tMumi-iKir, miiu .', in in hciih- tnii. The class B prize went to W. R returned A rard of 9.V-24, 71. R. Rlddett whoae card read 921878. finished wrf. To reach tha last bracket Pleraon dlapnaid of J. MeMurtrle nf Fret-hold by 3 and 4. THE TUBF. THE TTTBF. Autumn Meeting at Beautiful BELMONT PARK AMERICA'S PREMIER RACE COURSE LABOR DAY ATTRACTIONS $3,000 Hlghwelght Handicap The Breadhollow Steeplechase Ana i inner supero contests tVC IT TP. M. SPFCIAL RACE I'l'tAINS FOR LABOR J) AY 1LT. nil i n" rieiiijtiKii ,nr., nroni-v. t rm .'(sMranu avi. ft Busy The Amityville Handicap BKfilNN I,eT Pennsylvania Station, 33d St and .rh A ve an IS IIS, 1!:30. 3mm, 1:00. 1:1ft. 1 :25. 1 :30, 1 :4 ) P. M later. East New Vork 8 minutes later. Special all Race Tralna. v.ursn auo rncnei ny i l.r.lMI RTANn M I'AODIM'li, SB.SO nr Reserved for ladles all Rare Trains, rourro aUo rwhM by trolley. Bsflus mm nmsi in. in ma nur Saul. lyn. I life-. U on R J.