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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1020.
19 Meadow Brook Defeats Rocfyaway for Senior Polo Honors by 13 to 5 SENIOR POLO TITLE FOR MEADOW BROOK Iif foul Itocknwny Kour In Miirllcil Oaiiic- liy lil (loiils lo r Ilcfore Crowd of 11,000. ii, jami.ii . Nirnir.i-. - ho Int'rnsllonal polo field at M1w r-onk once again resounded to in rn . nf the ullfU. and th hr of Mrlnu rlda hrn in "'.fUX resenting Meadow llrook and the liwav iiuniinr Club met tor the nlnr ?"inp lon.h 'of the I'ola Ablation, T rlaih vim """rVrin?!I h fi'.ui strip pf rffn ril rtnc th r . of AmWlw met F.h,lnd In 19H. i i nftrr eight periods of evr nI alf mlnulri earn had I'f'i r..i I of lh Kr board showed Ihat leu tow Brook had won by r Kore of "i'p'r Dm tally looked In be a bit r t l, but on tbM field of play tho !''.. sway fctir were rcen to put up a ,'irr i g battle and at timei It looked aa f iv tide of the fr' might turn In . r fiver. HUH 1y good team work M . . ujTlor hitting prowM of r fi-,tx unburn, tho famous Inter, tin' r in'. Meadow llrook trlumptteil, a m r Urn watch and with tliu old ., . ,troKf which mad him fiitioni .Minn hi imun mmi i iiimii- Milburn ik nt allowed n aliot ,.. ,,.,1. i miu .Mvii.mp , t. Mm nor did lie tnlw anyUilnc , .. m ..rtl) a wallop the wbo'e aftn- atartrd tn wllh the theory v..', .-ur p!acra up In front and I'll . Mier up tn you" and ho Old " n it ii mUtakft, a v tin ttanvliowd In tha Una of jv i i nt for International material cj ,r down tn Milburn and Tommy Mi and with the rent It waa make t K and take your Pholre. Quite f ai i'cr wan rait uion tha aiplratloni (' of Kockaway team with the audited of Malcolm Stevenon from v i He cave aa n rraunn that he dl- ,,ti i l!neup and, of course, hla nr. t t ix underrtoiMl. rllmlnatei him ' m, i further cnlderatlon on tha ,v unit if.im. HI preinr on the will have rurely he:ped the )tok ! lui they may not hrnc repeated tit1- iry of a year age n.OOO Vrli .Mnlrli. A ruwd of ahout J.C'rt polo enlhiulaata t mi to natch tlii- match and they .. .rpmcd at thu poor condition of t m rf When driven hard and cliecked r ! ly tb ponlea aunli fetlockNjwp 'ip riMt iwanl. Tlien aaain til" poll- Ki?fd i.ke ili-moni m the -nrly I.. f eadi cliukker. Iiutvllred quickly irr lathered In fb-ckn of foam ai walKej eff the field. Th- condition turf wan eald to be th came j' . . . r it Ii certain that the Interna t. i -i-am will le a fint rato atock if r4'"? anlmali and when they arc Tiiic'i-.entd by aome. addlllona the -r,iiiii team will not be badly off foi r if f T,.i au-pnw of the day wai the fine li-'sni: c' Tommy HltrbrOfk. Jr.. who ri'iicj out ti leH than elx of the tnlr t 'ti coiita rtandlnE to tho crwtlt of X-a i. w Itrwk. He bepan to ahow hla form ur!y in the matih. for In tho flnt iii.. ker tie lilt two soals rlsht In anc-r-FMoT., and tie 1om imrt of It wua that ll were both Imck-hamleri the ivoat .' 'fli'ii.t kird "f eorlnu on the polo I i ) All tin othn snalii were urmiiied jt nit1, f i wrJ off-ildcra, and there h u dirtiion and prcclmon ubout -m whicii U'ilsliteil his filenda in the ats itb lua excellent form Hitch r liuil n few other thing to help J ii w.n well mountrd, waa well ff. i 'h fine, atralcht ahota from tho it . ty .Milburn, and aa tliere wua no r ayliiR on him lift had a free, un , -ltd wallop at the willow root time he cot tha chance. Had an experienced plajer aa Htevcn t"-n agalnit him on the nppnalnr; I. : No . tht tae mlcht be different. Tiken h In all, Hitchcock galloped v !,: well and really hhoucd tho tKwr .f in Intcrnatlonnl plaer. W ' r four chukkers had been played t.' e t !' nood 5 to " for Meadow llrook, I t. tlir next chukkrr Hitchcock lilt t"" plii to one for ltockaway which nu3e by J, Chcover Cowdln, and '" 1ft thr total S to 3 In favor of M ni iw Drook. Wier ltockaway erred n. .sih a In the Interchance of Cowilln r.'i "intinii as back and No. 3. datlna '""k phre of Stevenaon and played N" 5 fur a while, when ho retired to ' M 1, anil Condln moved up In hla Mi This ilFispBlns of porltlona left an upon pot uncovered, and It wa In fpa- that .Meadow Brook cot In Its rn i ! f ffoctlvi- work. T r mi a blj dlrnppolntment over tV tctic r.t ijuIk R. Stoddard aa No. 1 f-.r Ro kaway. but he suffered moat f'OD o. r anxiety and from flrt to last 'r-a ti do two men's work. JU rode 'J! i ke wild man tind-imetlmea t- h.s ponies, which were extra freah. y' mde wide of the ball altogether. Earl l?'pr'". wa also a disappointment, but K irtromun; was eaally accounted 1" y fie fact that ho was poorly rejved and time and time aaln waB j''J'iri.'"ped at critical points and when 1' nood giod chances of scoring. The tummary: rinsT rEiuoD. Time. M. 8. l'lajer and Oub. '-HM-i-Gi k. Meadow ltrook,.... .-rn- ncocK, Madnw llrook 3 -Webb. Meadow llrook 4 FKCON'D 1'EniOD. r t: ecored. Tiimn pnmop. -I M 'l rm Meadow llrook 2 jHor:.rr Knekanay 1 -U .'ia, llwkay 4 lounni tkiiiod. t-'li- 'i oik, Meadow Drook J rilTII PEUIOD. J-;' ' ' 'oi-k. Mradow llrook n Mlit-h ork. Meadow Drook 1 f-f ttn Korkanay 2 i tuo- k, Meadow Urook 1 sixth rnruoD. k Meadow Drools 2 -ft .a' ltockaway 1 '-we'll, M'adow llrook 1 finvnxTH rcnioD. ''-n.r Meadow llrook 4 -!. .ni. Meadow llrook .-....S KUIHTH PEniOD. !-! . 1M ir Hnekay ... Meadow Drook. ,. a c a .-Meadow Drook, IS: Rockanay 1 s ' uh. B. Individual KoaU-Hllch-ii ltumj-, 4: HoDOln. 2: Webb. S: Nt 1 Ptoddard. I; I'.alln. 1. Fre -Afan.t lliichcoek, 2; Milburn, 1; t THE MILKY WAY IN FRONT. A s ' "ortheast breeie erected the !i 'T'r' 0f eleven 'ncnta thlt nllei1 v' ' o.er the course of the Baysida , Cub on Little Nck Bay yea- ni-- vi mo ri'ftuiariy ot'iicuuiv-u rl-ay afternnon. Th vphfjimn will ',Eti"''- their racing activities through ' ' Sepu-inber. . " Tevp. who Tinii hren afllllner aome mada yacht, tho Milky Way, I r.sidcrable success In the last ' ks. scored a close but declrlve ocr Wlllam L. Inslce in the M'lm.va at iii;mo.v. 'Tlc . Tt SlN lSB NnT YoxK Hct.u.1,. I.. '.3i!""N N ' Sept. U.-ln the tenth race ltJ ' "aeon rup aalled to-day of tho " of the Ilumson Country Cluh, i t-tout' Wldseon flnUhed & win- e Mrd data event for the eaon . . .i Ly jam C. Aucblncloes'i Aulc, liyya wry vv mi OIIVU up Wins Blue in High Jump William Almy's Aged Hunter ClonrH the Bnrrier at ( Seven Feet on the Closing Day of the Rochester Horse Show. VM i Tim fin ami .Vgw Yoik llsutp, IIociimthm, Hiyit, ll.-WIIHam Aliny's TJppcrsry of tho famous Quauseu ( Mm, ilronkllne, Mm,, carried off first honors In tho floilng hlgti lump cnriteit at tho llocliiiitcr Itxpoaltlon Homo Mow iMt afternoon, Tho events were run off undor considerable difficulty, mln hav ing lonened tho founo until th takeoff was n pool of mud, Dwptr nil lundl raps, hociivsr, tho spirited huntrr and heir plucky riders kept at It, nt times In k dmvnpour of ruin. Inny HMfu wxi upon Tipix-rarv whmi o mado tho tlv Jurrv, lwrinir the bar. i It at 7 ft anld a roar of rhctr fitrni thn apoctatora, Thtr wr nlna ntrle, om of th bit huntera In America, blnr pltttsd agalnit Tlpperary, tut all txpept h allppfiJ or olhtrwU folliHl t (In iruclal rnomrnl. Tha win. r.T la a rhi-Ntnut ccldlng, yiara old, TU wlnnlnir 'Jumii v, mad without tturhitiir thn bar. MldnlKht uihI llarrlr r awardnt 1WI ( .....i i ti . . I "'"jj, l,',l7 rttMXhrW. with C '.-J fi.t. Kobln Hood ami (iraat Heart rcMi'iitsl thlr limit at 0 frtt Indiaa, and Nloxran r, letor of many iwm enaon, rrom tim niannlnir u AVIiltlitK fiirni at Avon, failed tn clear at that lu'lplit in trlm; to pet Ml mount to take tin batrler llombadlr Hlmpaon on Skyacrapcr took a nany 'pill, rolllnt; oor with tha Imrae, but icialnlnc hla hold and romlne up In tho laddie, apparently uninjured. The event of to-day cloaml the mot Kceafu how ilnca tho eitablUhmeiit of the thow In 11I. Not only were tha cntrlri more numtiou than ever before, but they were tho pick of the Mablri In tho Kaitern ritatra and Canada. The'rT nilt wa it icrlw of eventa that kept the arena and atunda crowdi-d eo' day. The award : CUM iwt'nny uiiimi, riot to ri'-ted II limi(t, to l altonn In htuil-l'lrn, SMtourne Taller. I vlrl,-if r lnim. rrotid, Inlinioii A'liocrat, Cm Kami riaa .'O-Fur prliti ufffrnl by J"hn MeR llnwiinti tt Hotel lUlttnor. New Vork. ililWriii ruinief, marc or anitlim net ex i trdluK 13 liandi, 4 tia old or or, rlddtn by Ik) or lrl inmur) noj our II )iara of uc and tout and fUuihtrr of xfiiilriiifii mIiu am In no way tirf'lontlly init rcin in ine puren ur aie el linree llrrt. lloiincw, Mlai rotrlnu 1'olh, t'cond, rliln l'lat. Walter Von Ijimlnw-k. I'Imi ii:-l'iny, marc or gWdlni, not ei rctdlna 411 lio lif'-Klnl. Whltman llounre, Ml Cerrlnn I'nili, irrond, Admiral Junior. Mix Itutli Irwin. ("Ia ik--r(ir rrli nffcred by Oort V. fioidon. chlldrm' pi.nj not ever II:', ridden by boy not out II ir of ace. 'rati liandi and trni-ml lifirrrinanolilp of rider only to routil-ririt, Cloer Nipper. Clor llelbt Krm ewoiid. Mry I'li kford. C. U Whlllna. riui 70-1'or prlie offrd by Mn. W. W. I Hlbbard. chlldn-n' tKiny not otr 14.! hand, j rlditrn by a fiti not oyer 14 ear of mtt; ert, hand and irurrtl bnrrniiihli of rider only to iount-nrt. Yutta, Mix liar-' rn'-e K Inclr. eond, Midget, Mlu ?lbyl ClmUnd, i C .tT-rlr of ponlt not ureedlnr 14.5 gunett rarmt. rotrn ribbon, (larry hand l'lrat, Kulrera and Tulance, Ml un, i;nnlrlare 1'arni. THE PORTER TAKES MARYLAND FEATURE Beats Boniface at Havre de Grace Opening. fffiial to Tin Him ami New Yoaa Ileum Havkk I ik Oiuru, Mil,, Kept. 11, The I'ortcr. carryliiK the colora of 15. II. Mc Lean, scored hla lecond consecutive vic tory In wlnnlnc the Harford County Handicap at a mlla nnd aeventy yards, which featured the Huvro de Oraceopen- Int. this afternoon. Haiti which fell yeatcrday and throuKh the nlcht caunc.l plentiful with draw als, with the result that only four paraded to the pot to dispute the Issue with the McLean stanuani nearer, lorn mander J. 1C L. Hoaa'a Honlfacc, which nnlnhed ari-ond. offered the only real eoniet!tion. Honlface set the iace to the half mile pole under stout reitralnt nml eurcucsfullv met one challenge from . ... - . ... . . . . . . he Mclnn horse at Ills point, oui naa nothing- left for another challenge after the field .hail atralghtr.ned away. Jioni face Miccunibed to euperlor atamlna In the heavy uolng. Slippery Kim flnlrhitl third and Clean Gone fourth. Jimmy Butwell rode Tho Porter, nnd piloted his second winner of the after noon; Hiitwell nlao rodo St. Qucntln, winner of tho KW1 Inaugural purieatalx furlongs. Aa In the Instance of his other aucctss llutwill's victory was Kalned at the expenre of Commander ltosa. The Canadian turfman waa repre sented In this event by Lion d'Or. ne cause of tho fact that tho aon of Heno had drawn n lighter Impost than had been allotted him In any of hla recent brilliant performances he was considered to havi tho race at his mercy, and waa backed Into odds on favoritism. In spite of the apparent disparity be tween the class of the two principal con tenders there waa nothing flukey about the victory of fit. Quentin. Breaking a little faster than usual, the J. 11. Dunn representative closely followed tha pace of Lion d'Or. Aa the latter began to tire tho geldlnr ron of His Majeity responded gamely to an application nf the whip and beat his opponent soundly tn the last eighth of a mile. INDIAN HARBOR Y.C. WILL HAVE FINE HOME The new building of tho Indian Har bor Yacht Club at Greenwich, Conn from the plans of Henry C IVUon. architect, to replace the old clubhiuse destroyed by lire last fall, Is now about ready for Its roof and tho Intention Is to complete the entire structure before snow meet. Stclkes, freight embargo" and scarcity of workmen have prevented any use of the bul.dlng thla aeason, and the formal opening will therefore be delayed until May of next year. The bulldlns. with Its spadoua porches, overlooks the water on the south and west, with grass terraces, cement walks and pergolaed plana filling In between the porchc-s and the aea wall. Holler awnlnss over the plaxa and um brella awnings on stands scattered about the terraces will supply moit at tractive luncheon and dinner cosey corners. In addition to the larKO outdoor dining porchea with their ulas enclos ures for stormy evenings. The exterior of the building Is In a soft white stucco with- mixed Kgre Kate showing after the Italian method, with all roofs laid In Itrllan tile with & Ine ivlde overhanshigs casting deep shadows, and the chimneys all In stucco with Italian 'sable caps covered with green tile. With the sashca divided Into "nail prncs and a few polychrome terra cotta Insertfi here and there In the walls, the whole effect of the Italian villa haa been very nicely worked. AMlir.IlST SQVAl) IIKIilNS WORK. ' AMlli:n.-iT, Ma'.".. Kept. 11 -Kootball prac tlce beKln nt Amheret College on Monday Seven men remain from last year'a team. It. O. Oeltel I In charire of the coaching, whh Vounenlrom of UartmouUi as linn roach. The Amherat eea-oii ori-n on October 2 with a game with Brown at Prrtldenc. Junlre Miittt, ctond. Wild I Inner nn4 Wild llmilur, MIm Uibella Wanmktr. -'la fta-l'r prlw ollurd by Clover ,llei(lil rami, I'onlin 4,s hand or under. rW!i"," ""a'r. i0..!,.r., V,,.,1,!,, i ioio pom niMK rarm, wom, TlH'm lli fit l iiiiil'IIIHIiuiii. for rhlldrtn (inn. jrurm under il fr, mr or avldlm, ia htndi ir undr. to b dilven before wlilel nd Inen iinliriid In rln and rlddert llnl, (Itiydir Dud, III. Jnee l.tiielt, otid, 1'lrrililit l-wnee, MIm rmrln I'oih. I mi fiO.A-l'or Tioilllon Cuu. ulr of ik'IiIm undr in? hnidt-Kir!. 1'iiuoi ami l uui.se, Ml Janle. I.Utnt. arfund, Wild- ... mm., tx'.iini, iip lit'IH'IH II, r'RII. m"ii, in rami. I'latl 41-IVir nrlm bffir,l liv l'ltnr W. Iliint, por.y nur U l liandi and ml euei'd nil II :, dilii.i by rluld net nr 14 ) (Mu ll rl, dim Aion Virion, r. Jotriili H. miuittn ei ond, I'lrv Kpark, Taltfleld I ami, I'la yi-1'or prlra offmd by II. I.. Van Hrhalck of Cblekiii, ny, male or gebllai. over 1,1.1 liandi and net rwnlln 14.3, i.u ititilctlon in of rlder-r'lrn, lry I'lrkford. V I.. Wlilllnr; eenrid, CmiII 1'Im M-I"r prim offered by H. J. li, rbtldrHi'i luiiilM. Hum or ciddlnr. 11 I tianri nd undrr. ridden by rbilil not rr II tr nf aicPlrtl. Nner llounee, Ml I'nriluv I'olli taeond, I'nlUon I'lale, Walter Viii Un,bk t'lau l-lloadiler . banri 4 )er old or our thonn to an appropriate tvad icn llit, Jiitiuliilloii ilrt v'i liiiu I'ninU , leiomi, litnio riilff, ilcoti'. , Harrlf. Cltw Il9fl,(i lluiiirr and Jnnir H'ke. oimi jon.lii!f rrniM'illloi. mIi.mt iiM-iieit rhamplan f the hw. Ilin, lllaek Wateh, WiH'din 1'iinni, eeend, hhot, UnnleiUr-' Tariin. c'lan M-rlr of horata hown tn a lady i Mmrtnn ltli rumble, ladlt drltlnt J IM, Kit and Netluihtll'i I'rlda, MIm ! bella Wanamakrr, lecmid, Pikkoii I'ly and TT Wain, A. W. Atklmwi, t'im u,-rr llinlieiier Challeni Cup, effered by Tbonia II. Iiunn, to b wen lube by the me exhibitor befnr It l" ronie hi or her property (Won In IPI a. be Ml lileonota riear. tn Ifilli by Mr Wal ler II Hnly I'lrai. ItoheinUn Actre, Ml" JanUe I.IHHI, tuirf, Mynpl. Mln ivy l MiMIOII, CUM IM-I.Ihtrlht hunter riumplon hlp tlbbon and aeld medaMlndremuii, lin nurlare i'rm, imtrvo iiuikhi, fUigt, raid rli I'trni. CUm ic-1'on.v, nira or aeltllni, i.oi tn ejned li: hamle, hown In hand. I'lm. 1 r Itifjtftn Itonnea. Calll 1'arm, eerond, Mljtuy Mile. CamIII. Tartn. Cm PO-lleet flv.-(Ud Halllon. mare or mldlna, l'lri, Tltr Itnte, Mi l.oul lw.n Cmbi ruml, Hally Ct, lid aid J. Iiimann. CUm lir-llrnen hori. hnrM ever 14 S hnd nd under IS. 3 hand. !'lrU Anlnu tlon. Mr. Uiul lnnic Camh. i hminnhlp rIMion and fid inidal, "rmid, livi Ml Irabflla Woninaker. ren-n nblmn riM U-O-Uaddle mny Plret, ehniilonhlp ribbon and acid mtdal, Keur llounee, Ml (oriln I'olli: iene rlbben, Audrey, lid ward lirhmann Cl i;4-Hddla borne, mie or reldlna, not eireedlne If..'. Und IVrel, rhainplan hlp rlhhon and rold inedl, IVirothy jne. IxiuU Iiin (Vmt"; reond. rem ribbon. Ijufnd.r U'ly. Inward Mhmann I'll" ISI-ralr nf hure oer 14.2 lund ami under ".,:. Chainplouthlp rlhUm nd veld medal, lit and Nrtherhall' 1'iide, MIm Irabell W'iflinker rurrvn tlbUui, I)fon 11 nd The Wap. A. W Alklnton. Clai HeMViw eltht liuntrr. f'limi.lnr.. slap ribbon and koIiI mti, The Whip. DR. LASKER THROUGH WITH CHESS TITLE Champion Will Surrender It if He Wins From Capablanca. i jThat Dr. Dnanuel Linker li firm In hfw determination to regard Joe It. Capablanca, In whoa f.ior he retired some time ago, as the present world's champion, and that, even should ha win the match at Havana In January next, l.e will not retain the title thui recov ered, bjt hand It back for competition nmonj the younger masters, la evident from a letter written by him to 'li. Helms, editor of the American Cht$ BuUttin.. It will be hi last match for tho champlotifhlp, but he throws no llaht on the queitlon whether he will again be seen In tournament play. He also Udlevei that an lntcrti,.tlonnl chera fed eratlon Is most neces-iary nnd that America, should take the lead. Dr. Laskcr wrltra: "I ihall no more be champion. Should I win the title In the contest at Havana it will be only to surrender. It to the competition of the youm; chess masters. "It la a pity that the chess world is not organlted. Thnt twenty people pull In twenty different directions doea no rood. Let those who have tho rauie of chen at heart find themselves and work together." In the Roped Square. Georges Carpcntler la expected to ar rive, at thla port next .Monday and his admirers are planning a cordial recep tion to the heavyweight champion of Europe. Jack Kcarns, manager of Demjmey, also purposes to rUo the French champion a warm reception. Kearna said: "Carrentler, before he sailed from Franco, said .he, proposed to do some boxing when he arrived here. He Is matched with Battling Levlntky, and If Dempsey was matched with Le vlnsky there would lie a howl thnt could be heard In the Bouth of France. But, of course, It la nil right for Cac peratler, who Is aalil to be a Rood match for Dempsey. to box Lvtnky. Well, let Carpentler box Levlnsky, and after that he must meet Dempsey or Rive bet ter reasons than he did on hla first visit. Cochran has retired as a promoter and the Frenchman can no longer hide be hind a contract which expires In throe months. As Dempsey absolutely declines to go to Europe, tho Cochran contract thun becomes vuld, and If Carpentler 1s really willing to box Dempsey lio will make a match for this country. Demp- cey ultimatum to carpentler Is to make a match within ninety rias. and If he:bow croised the finishing lino. Ilaln .In... .... Via 111 -i.nl, . Inn. , In. ' . ... ..... . .. doea not ho will wait a lone time for a chance at tho world's title. "It Is a hard thing for the champion to please some of his critics. If he tries to make money in pictures, he is ac cused or dodging his challengers. If he starta to beat his challcngera, he Is charged with taking on easy marks. There are only two ways for a boxer to make money, In tha ring; or In picture work, i Dempsey prefers to fight, and is ready Toy and Edwards's CalUa. this after rnr alt pomcrs. He docs not intend to noon, thereby winning tho scries race give up boxing because tho matches he Is able to get do not ault certain per sons." Jack Dempsey's next appearance In the ring will be at Madison Square Gar di n. October 1. when ho meets Knockout Bill Brennan of Chicago In a fifteen ' round bout to a decision, This will be tbf first heavyweight title bout In New York since Wlllartl defended his title against Frank Moran. ' Andy Chancy and Tommy Noble, and rete Hartley and joo Benjamin will meet in bouts preliminary to the Well- Imr-Dundeo contest at Madison Square Garden next Friday night. Midget Smith and Abo Attell Gold- stiln will be the he&dltners st the Ar mory A. A., Jersey city, to-morrow right THE MONSOON LEADS IN INDIAN HARBOR The Atliot Alto Scores In Fall Reuatta, fifttW fa Tlia Ht'N ao Naw Yoix Jlrmio, uiikKNWiru, uonn,, nopi. n. tup hii niMl tcgntia of tha Indian 1 arbor Yaoi.t (.'luh brought a fleet of mora than nry VU(hl to Ilia alirllnir Una t,T flrt.it I'nti. tii'n Ikland in-day, Vnfortiinately, the wind waa lUht and did not Klve tha raft a gpnd rnee, In the lO-foiit rlaa the winner waa tha Monmon, thn property nf I'. Htrach inn. lit th lll.f.l Maum Iha u'lnnur waa tha Adln. which belonna to 1'. U Itlclmrd, The nummary follows i N. V. Y. O 40 I'OOTKIIft-HTAIlT StlBi COUIIHI1 It MII.W, Time, . I'lnl'hed lll...it, Yai'lit ami nwr, II M H. II M.H MMien. I' HllSiham 4 44 M W 3,1 IIiihiI, . H. Ullfll 4 41 Xlk U Ml Vi I'amt-aM, II, II llaviivand,. . 4 Ml 7 7 ill M Mtiwi, j, Wlii, . , , . .' ; Mlph, J. II ll)e. . . u ir; ai t m riii a in 4 T ('4 4 M jjrai. I' li. 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H.M.PI, Hatuni, (I, W. lilder, Jr II 1ft OA 3 2.1 (U IIANPICAP 'I.AHH-lHtl-T HTAItT, i:Vy Ctll'lll'l!, II MII.KH, Amoul, T H. Clatk 7 01 2(1 4 4B 2 iutehe, H, 11. Ill.y 7 10 W 4 fl 02 Nillnwa, P. O I'f.lffer 7 II 43 4 11 0J WifNH W'lltXiNI3llrl-.8TAIIT, 2.N WVMK, ii MII.KR. Alluee, 11. I', Allen 7 IS Ift 4 45 1ft A I not. I Hawthorn 7 IS 41 4 H 43 Mima, C Coul ld tint flnl.h. WH'NI) DCIIOOXKIt CI.Afir)-fiTAHT. 3.26- coniMi;, m mim.'h Alllenee, J )' Alker . ,,,7 13 ft 4 f.7 1.1 Alsal. I,. Ilaitllinnie .. .7 13 43 4 M 43 CUfH W-HTAIIT, 2 S-COl'ltflll, II MIl.UH. Teln, V T IbunMit,. 7 07 ft' 4 42 Oil Top, I' i; lluaaill . 7 !! 01 4 41 01 POWER BOAT VICTORY FOR MISS AMERICA Beats Mss Detroit by Two fifths of a Second, Di.thiit, Sept. 11 Hv a marrln of two-fifth of a second, the rlorvit finish in the history nf the event. MlMTAtnerica of thn Detroit Yacht Club, driven by Garwood, derated MIm Detroit V. of the Mm Detroit Power Host Arwidn- tlon in tho first thirty mile heal of the gold thalltngu cup race hero this af ternnon. The two Detroit toat, tha only onea m compete ill tne first beat, shattered all previous speed ri-rorda., .Mlas Detroit V. on tlapaed time showing an average speed of 0.J2 Htatute miles an hour and Mm America CO 0 miles an hour. Thu fastest of tho x five mllo laps was made by .Mb America In her third time around. i; miles an hour. Three othn hydroplanes entered In the event met with in I 'hap beforo the com- pienon nr the first heat, and were. e.bliKiHl to drop out imp Ml, of the Chicago Yacht Club broke her starling crank Juit before tho starting gun was fired. MIm New Orleans nf the South ern Yacht Club struck a Ins; on the first time nrouml and filled with water. Kn Kln trouble on th first lap put out Miss neuc jie or me Detroit Boat Club. Sure Cum of the Detroit Boat Club, I I'li'tinl by I'atil Htrnabun:. won the first foity-two mllo lieut of tho O.ir Wood t.000 gold nugget race. The Strasburfi craft covered thn dlitanco in 57 minutes and r. 9 seconds, an average speed of I4.7S miles an hour. Miss Nassau of the Cleveland Yacht Club, C. D. Johnston pllnl, finished 9 reoond licl.lnd the winner. Gar Wood, Jr. 11 . Gar Wood j Hot. was third, time 1 hour mil 1 ri'ute. Diamond King of the Detroit Yacht Club did not start The iur.n was a tlmito lap of 42 mlb-s. The gold cup heat between Miss Amer ica nnd Miss Detroit V. wai one of the prettiest races ever keen on the local couri-. They croasoit tho starting line with MIm America one second in Hie lead. One second sepuiatid them the first time around. Mlas Detroit V. held n nine second lead on the second lap, In the third lap, where Garwood let his boat out to 61. C miles an hour, one sec ond (.cjiaratod them again, and they crossed for the fourth lap so clow the Judges could not r.rparato them. Mils America took a one second lead tho fifth time nrouml nnd led by two-fifths of n H-cond nt the finish. The eliiperd time of the two boats was: Mbs America, 2J:J0;00; MUs De troit V-. 23:35 140. The previous- heat record for Hie cold cup race, was 5(1.5 miles an hour, made by Mlas Detroit II, ut Minneapolis in 1917. I'ndcr the point system of scoring Miss America receives eight points on the cup and Miss Detroit V. seven, the points allowed Including the' number of boats entering Uio race but falling to start Balnbow of the Hoynl Hamilton Yacht Club, and driven by M. Orecnway took tho first fifty mile heat In the Carl Fisher trophy raco open to displace--mcnt boats capable, of not less than thirty-five statu- miles an hour. Ilaln bow went twenty times around ti two nnd ono-half mile coursa In 1:25:57 elapsed time. Comanche of Detroit, driven by Kdscl Ford, was second : Snapshot of tho Detroit Boat Cluh third and Doughboy of the Detroit Boat Club. Falcon II, of the Lake George Yacht Club developed engine trouble on her fourth lap nhd finished far In the rear. completing her thirteenth lap aa nam- bow shot Into the lead on her tenth lap and was never headed. PEANUT LEADS THE SLOOPS, flpecfal fo Tits Bum and Nnw Yoek Heuld. Stamford, Conn., Sept 11. F. C Noble's Peanut crossed tho finish line 1 minute and 20 seconds ahead of Pom- for the Stamford Yacht Club one design sloops. The race waa sallod In a light southwest brccxe. The summary: STAMKOltn YACHT Cl.mi ONE DKSION BLOOl'S-DISTANCB. 7 MILKS ALL FTAItT AT 3131. IVanut. V. O. Noble Callxa, Pomeroy nnd Edwards, Piny Hoy, isrneei u. jjraror. Vlrstnl, Morton Ilrother. Fawn. A. W. Bell.. INI'l-Al uiu-ir. riiii'iu'.ri ami 4. i, Snectal fo Tun Kf.N and New Yok Hhuui. , 1 vaciii.-.v.. m., ecu ii,-i .pp.i.r.1 ance or lour nw men oi praiuixi amonr Ji candidate featured the W. and J. fo"!'.:.i practlco to-day, Theeo wt.ro McLau.-iillii, rtuaneroacK, ami i.airrt'nm, mem. itmi rncK on lat 5'e.r' crack Klckl elevens McQulde, line player from the Souili Hill (Plttsburc) team, and Hudson, a heavy back who nti In eollece lait )ear. Lawrence and McQuldo had been looked for, their credit Iialnc pre ceded them, but the appearance of McLauch Un was unheralded and cnuaed surprise, a It wa generally bellnefi that b bad decided to fo to Lafarett. ! WOMEN'S NATIONAL TENNIS AT HAND .East and Wat UepretenUd in Title Tourney, Aflir a lonif aerlas of craaa rourt tournament that havo aerved tn deter ! "T, ; 1 " i?;' " 0 t ",n ''l' fonlendcr for tho title. ItflC lVOfllln national tennli rbsmnlnn. riui open ai tnp I'liiiaiieipnm C'ouiUU' Huh to-morrow with avery promlia of Mni one of tin beat (.vents in year. fur ma urn iimt m mx ron the tournament will not bo un nil Baiter, fiffalr, for California has sent on tlircF f Ita leading players, while other We.t phi Stales also urn tn bo repreiented, That Met alone should nuikn the chain, plomhlp matches unummlly attractive1. Tho I'.ulflo coast will havp Mlia li'ler Baker, roast rhamphini Miss Kleannr Tennant and Mrs, Beam Uachman as Ha lontcnilrra. fit Inils will ha rrproented 1 y Ml Corlnni Gould, former national chy court rlianiplr.ii ; Hi. Paul hv yir Marifucrlto Pavls, who ialnyed cun wnclnily In her several iffTrnunienta In tho Caat! Kansas City b) Mis MarJnrU Hires and Mis Kvclyn Keavey. The Moulh, Ino, will have two or thiee of Its lending girl players on hand, . There Is a atronc conviction, however, that tha title whlrli Mrs, George W, Wlghtman of lloton has rellnnulihed win remain in inu j;ast, Preliminary ipiirnamenis navto urmonitratnil that hip tennis nr-tiia Western gill I Just lilts, enables ui to announce mat ai a n Utile shy of cliiiiilonhlp callbro, and'r suit of our work wo find among our that In tho test to com one of three ,iiplls a better understanding of Amer .0,nf?.. "'" '!' M"' Mnlla Iljur- l Vs mission, and consequently u higher JHt Ma lory nd Ml Kiennnr tlos ofr.Per( fnr the ('(institution and n 'VV! nnd M Marlon ZlnderMeln,,,,,, readme to oboy and uphold iWK'MK'ri .. " .M-A- 'Immiiloiiiihii. m xii. : ..Vi! v.'.. tc being the moat cfTc tlve p ayer In the l'nlte.1 Statea, and her work In th ...ini 1'inimi j tea s l imw ,aau, t eiiariiunt and Country C ubl"' ,u" lo our ""iiniviu nm w of Weitchuiter tournament ilnce her return from L'ngland haa proved con cluslvely that ih I In fnr better shape to rcijuln her ln( tliln thla season than ane wns lo uereud It year ago, Mill Goal, after an erritln !nrt dnr, Ing Which she met several nurnrl.lnr defeats, appears to hayo rearhej her Mi irnms on turr, and Is plsylng up to her ranking. She itaml iTomi nn thn national list But th majority of those who ivnoweii inn lortunea or the lead Ing women players appear to favor Ml .Marlon .Indersteln, and tlmy certainly havo iiiniilcnt gtounds for basing their belief. The Bunion girl haa not met defeat this aeruon. She hni played In (.even loiirnamcnts and lias won them all de cinveiy, she triumphed over Miss r.icanor dona In straight mts In the metropolitan championship, defeated MIis Kleanor Tennant in the Seabrlglit nnai ann again In the Longwood final, nnd ilm won the l'lnchtiist tourtiainent national day court champlonihlp and Great iJikes rhamploiuhtp. In all thce tourneys she diopped only one set and that one to Ml Kdlth Blsournev. her clubinnle of the tangwcod Cricket Club. rno na played iuprb ttnnl, mixing peed with court irenemlshln. dilvlnir snarpiy from deep court forehand nnd Mi'kiianu, vnrylnit her attack repeatedly from baw lino to net. volleylnc with Jircclj.on mid ehowlng great confidence. nno nas been a tr flu uiikteadv at time. but not alarmingly so, and In the matter r sirvice nas gained r?nwkaoly 'n con trol. Time was when Mlsn Zlndersleln would throw avay matches by double faulting repeatedly. Her obloct then was to dovclop moro severity In her serve even a; trie extents or control, and ahc I'trslated until she finally ntwlned her di-slra and then won back control. While her service Is not nearly aa Severn as that of Ml s Goss, It carries plenty of siir.gmii her opponrnts have found it UH limit to handle. Miss Zlndtrsteln's tennis H alert, bus! rt'hs like and bcausc of Us speed nnd versatility is mighty Interesting, Sho appears to be at tho tup of her game ami ought to win. It was Miss Zlnder stein, It will t.o remembered, who eliminated Mrs, .Mallory In the tournn ment last year. Both havo Improved since then and should they meet on the way to the title round their match will bo wfirth golnc far to sen, Mlia Klcanni- Tennant appears to be the best of the Western contingent This has been her first year on turf, but stle has become accustomed to the grass sur face and of late has given Indications of constant Improvement. She has ticen a finalist or aeml-flnallst In everyy one of the half dozen tournaments nhc, has played since her debut In the IlaRt. That the will extend the best of the ontcndera seems certain. Others who may be expected to play a prominent pnrt In the event are Miss Kill th Slgourney nnd Miss Leslie Ban croft nt Boston,' Miss Helena I'ollak, Miss Clare Caasel, Miss Marie Waimer, Mra. Hdward W. Haymond, Mrs. Benjn mln F. Brlggs of Now .York, Mlas Phyllis Walsh and Mrs. G. Harvey of Philadelphia. Miss Marguerite Davis of St Paul and Miss Helen. Baker of San Francisco, the Pacific coast champion. Tha tournament Is being held three months later than heretofore, and the advisability of the change from June to September Jias been acknowledged everywhere. In previous years the mft' lority of tho players entered the tour nnment unprepared to show their beat tennis, for tho championship came nlong beforo they had had sufficient . oppor tunity for tournament competition. The event was beginning to lose Interest and was becoming moro or less of nn all Histtni affair when agitation In favor of a September date met with satla factory response and saved tho situation TO IMPROVE BELMONT PAEX. Plans Submitted for Chnnsre to Be Made Before Hprlnir. A number of srontlemen prominent In racinc attended a meeting In the Turf and Field Club at noon yesterday at the Invitation of President August Belmont of the Westchester Ilaclng Association nnd later on were his guests at lunch eon. The object of the meeting waa to ex hibit the various plans for the Improve ment of Belmont Tark before tha spring of 1921 and lo obtain n liberal exchange of Ideas on the nubject from representa tive turfmen, Four v'ans were shown In detail, nil of them beautiful and de signed to make Belmont Park what It should be the finest race course In the United States. Tho advantages nnd dis advantages of each scheme wore dis cussed nnd the cost of the work, which will run from 1300,000 to 3600,000, ays cording to the plan selected, was one Into thoroughly in the presence of Archi tect Loavltt and Mr. Terry( representing the construction firm of Terry Tench, which will make the physical changes. The final plan will be formulated In tho near future, and It la expected that the work will be befun shortly after the close of the present meeting. The entire matter waa discussed in a way which evidenced the fact that tho Westchester naclnit Association Is not n close corporation, and that the manaje , ii iJ ' mcnt welcomed suggestions. Major Bcl l so 42 mont explained the plans tn detail, and. 1 41 on cave an estimate of the seating capacl 1 41 43 tics of the various stands, the moat am bitious structure having a capacity of - ftf,n n,..An. .000 Persons Joseph E. Wldenor, who followed one --. .. , m..h o mu,.hhu spoke in Its favor, after which thero was a Rencrnl discussion of tho subject of tho track at large, unaer whatever plan Is accepted the public Is certain of hav ing an ample view of the races, and the best horse should win In the events around the turn, as the straight mn from the bend to the finish will be in trio neighborhood of 1,200 feet slightly In excess of that at Saratoga. JEWS USHER IN NEW YEAR TO-NIGHT Special Service, Will Be Held in All Synagogues. Tha Jewlih New Year (Uoh H.Mi Mil) will he uilured In with services by II tho orthdo; and reform Jewlh con. Bregatlona In tho country to.nlght at annul, Former Deputy Attorfiey-Genenil Man loo B, llliinienthal, general counsel In ha United filatcs for the Independent ?rder l'Tra Hons of Iirail, laiued ynter. lay hla annual Now Year proolamallon o the seventy-two subordlnrtto loilifea of lie order In various parts of the l'nlted Hals and to the rabbis of the country cy delivery to llulr communlonnti. Jlr Jlumtnthnri proclamation reada In parti "We are ce-lihrallng tho advent of ho New Year by parfeciln the ornanl tlon nf n movement for the Amrrlcanl (Hon of nur country's Immigrant popu lilfon nnd the 100,000 Jtws allld with ur subordinate lodges or to ha tha liicleua of tha enterprise, Tho duty nf he hour U the defence of our Anierlcnn munitions against Bolshevlim, whose ixlittpre hero Is due, chiefly to Igporanca ! our national niplriitlotia on the part if many who come here from lands vhrre. persecution prevails, and tho light If clvllUatlon and democracy lias not teen permitted lo ahlnr. "The campaign conducted during tha tail year by tha order, amonK the ltn ei grant nnnu at on nr three or our large wniK must an on, aim snuniy ino inn.. 01 ,HLl" m. 11,0 l'iouon or puinoii.m ."I"1 'H? PTfonnce by every cltli;n of prcientcd for your support," WJMS0N POLO TOURNEY. Hound nobln Krciut (Iocs to Blacks With it Total of 11 (ion!, nt'MSON, N. J., Hept 11. Three pnlo teami of an equal handicap of five goals competed to-day in the Kumann Country Cluh In ii round robin tuurnnmcnt for priica donated by Mr Henry I!, Butler,' The Huniaon Blacka were the winners, with n total of 11 goal, Tho Itumson Bed aenred n total of a goals, while tho IluitiMoti Yellows a era scoreless by the Blacks and Beds. The Beds milled six goals In the first four periods of play with the Yellows, und added ttfo more In the last half with the Blacks, which scored 3 goals, The Blacka tul lldl eight goals agatnst the Yellow team. For the Beds. Col. Howard S. Bor den Kored four goals, his son Arthur, only 13 years old and a promising young Pluyrr, tallied two pretty goals, and Jesse i:, Metcnlt scored the other two. For the Blncks Leland H. Boss scored five goali, M. B, Metculf four, nnd A, 8. H. Jones two. Spirited play and fast gatloplnc fea tured the interesting match, wltneised by a large gallery of society folka from motor cars. Harry Kast referecd the game. The thres competing teams were us follows: Itumaon lllick-!, M. II, Metralf; 2, Leland II. Itnaa: 3, Peter Hauck) back, A, fl. 11 Jniin. riumaon ltrd-1, Arthur llorden: 2, Col. H. fl. llorden; 3, Jeiae Metralf i bacx, Tn&maa H. Field. rtuuuon Yellow-!. Emll Pflxsr: 2, W. R, Jone, Jr.: 3, J. Ford Johnaon, Jr.; back, 0. Jaaon Water. HOLIDAY GREETINGS. AIIUL&.-Mn, ltertna Abel and family. wah to extend to their relative and Xrlend it malic ror a nappy ana prosperous ,-cw irar. AIlltAHAMfl.-Mr. and Mr. Sol It. Ahra hania and family of 11. "W Leilnrton av., New York, eitand to their rtlatlvea and frlindi a hippy now year. API.KH. Holiday greetlrur from Mr. and Mrs, Moae 8, Adler and family. ALEXANDER. Mr. and Mr. Ilobert Alex ander and family of PIO Illvenlde Drive wlin tneir relative ann iriena a proa peroua and happy New Year. AS1NOF. Mr. and Mr. Morrl Alnot ex tend their hoaruat ana van- lncer erecting for a healthy and happy New tear. IIACHEU.-Mr. and Mr. Albert Itacher of .120 West U8ih t, eitcnd t their relative ana rnina a nappy ana proipcroiu .rw lear. llACHUn.-Mr. Carolln Itarher and family of 474 Wct l.'.Sth t. extend to their relatives and friend a happy and pre pirou New Year. DAKRlt-Mr. and lira. William S. Ilaker, 720 Illvenlde Drive, extend to relative and friend beat wlshe for a happy New Ytar. IIAIIL'CK.-Mr. and Mr. Genre J. Barueh of 730 llherald Drive wlali to extend tn all their relatives ana (rlenda a happy New lear. nKP.NSTElN.-Mr. and Mrs. I. HanXuIn of 17.1 Hlth at., Brooklyn, with all their re! atlvr and friend a happy .'ew Ter.r. linilNAHIJ.-Mr. and Mn, Harney rternard a ron or urooMyn wiin to extend to their friend and relative best wlshe for a happy and protperou New lor. ilEUTUCH.-Mr. M. Ilertuch and daughter of the riaviiny, l-nioi at-., wish their relalleei, patron and friend a happy and prosperous .rw tear. OLOSVEltKN.-Mr. and Mn. A. Illosveren extend Uielr Peat wltlie for ui New Year, 1ILOCII. Mr. and Mr. Jacob nioch. 01 I'.iet SCth t., wlh thalr relative and friend a happy New lear. ni.OO, Mr, and Mr. Maurlr Illof extend to tneir relative ana irienas oet wiane for nappy Kw Year. ULUMENTBAL. Mr. and Mn. It. Blumen thai of Jamaica, l.. i wish all their friend a nappy -eve Year. lll.UM.-Mm. Fanny Ilium and family, 100 East Kin !., ""li tneir relatives ana friend a happy New Year. IIOPKNSTKIN.-Mr. and Mr. I. rtodenMeln and family nun tneir relatives ana rnrna a happy New Year. DONDV.-Mr. and Mr. Louis Bondy extend to their relative aim inenca tieit wiitie for a bppy and prosperous New Year. LltODY.-Mr. and Mr. J. IC nrody and family of ronsen wian tneir relative and f I lends a happy New Year. COHEN. Mra. S. Cohen and dauchten, 63 W. llolii at-, wian mauve anu rriena a happy New Year. COHEN. Mr. and Mn. Louli Cohen and family of it cauiearai av neinpatead, N. Y., rjitend to their relative and frienas a nappy ana prosperous new xear. COHEN.-Mr, and Mn. Max Cohen, 43 Wcat HOlh it., wun relative anu irienoi pro, peroua and happy New Year. OOHN.-Ur. and Mr. J. Cohn nt Ml West End av. utan tneir inenaa and relatives a very Happy New Year. CHOWE. Mr. and Mn. Loula Crowe of 2701 Iiayswaler av., car ltockaway, extend to their rtlatlvea and friends a prospv.-oua New Yar. CUHTI3.-Mr. and Mn. William Curtl. of 101U ixrimar av.. xirooKiyn, n. v., wun their relatives and friend a happy Ntw Year. DAVIS.-Mr. J, Davl and family of 488 13th V. HrooKiyn, wun tneir tncnas ana rela tives a happy New Year. DUCKEU. Mr. and Mn. Morrl Ducker, of 2J5 VVaat 108th t, extend to their rel ative and friend best withe for a happy and proapenou New Year. DUCKEU. Mr. Bol Ducker and family, of ' 401 Wcit End av., extend to their nl- atlve ana rrlena neat wiuiea ror a happy and protperou Ntw Year. EIBENBERQ, Bt wlh for happy and proaperoua new ear 10 ail our iriena and rtlatlvea. Or. and Mra. A. D. EImo berg, (66 Leonard t.. Brooklyn. EJBENBEBQ. Dr. and Mn. David Elaenberg ana on, i.i nni niui, entnq io uielr friend and relatlv beat wUht for a happy New Var. FEDEItMAN.-Mr. and Mn. Morrl Feder- man ana family rxpres neat wiine for a happy New Year. Albany, Honeadal. Scranton papers please copy. FELFENTHAL. Mr. and Mr. Jullu Felfen- thal and eon o c: west icvtn t. with all their relatlv and friend a happy New Year. FEINIlEnG. New Tear rreetlng to rela tive ana tnena. Mr. ana aim. Jack KeWrg and family, 8C7 B. 176tn t HOLIDAY GKGGTINGS, riNN.-Mr. nd Mri, jullu l'lnn and mlly of MKi W. HOlh il. hUH their friend and Uilva a hippy and proiptrou Nw IWlJ.-Mr, and Mr. Ilrrti Fin of 643 Wen iilid at., wish l,olr rilallte ami frien4s a ny pivprou ami hippy New ' a r, I'lNB.-Mr, and Mr, Pimuel II. rin of eiv York rliy wish tlilrteltlva and friend i prnapermi and harpy Nw rl,r' nilT.-Mr. and Mn, Charle l'lrt wlali thalr telailiet snd friends a proirou and happy Now Yr, !'IfClllllfMr. and Mr, Jeob I'laelial of W2. IViioii av. with tlnlr rtlitlt" happy New Year riflK.-Mr. and Mr Merrl Flak and fm. liy with thalr relatiiv and frlamt a luppy ml prperou Net Yeir. FMJilllNIIIIIMlill - Mr Monroe , Fleien. Jitlintr Hlihoa hla relative and filnida a iii'ly mi prni(nu ,ew xar FOWI, -.Mr, and Mr. Jullu fowl and tam. y or 2 in vw win i.. hum dtind to their irlilive and filenda bait with tor a hippy New Year. ntACKMAN-HAIII.lil.-Mr. and Mrs. H, I'rn kman and mn and Mr. ami Mr. . Iul Hirllli ind on extend In thilr relatlvra and friend their beat wliln for a hippy New Year. FBITNn-Mr. and Mr. Artolph I'reund of notion road, with their relitltei nd f i lend a pioiperou and hippy N" Yur. FI1II5PMAN.-Mri. V, Ftledman of 4M Writ End av wltho ail her rdatlrc and friend a hippy New Year. FnillPMAN Mr. and Mn. Bin. J. Filed man A Snn with their rditlve ind fiUnd a happy New Year. G A 1. i:VMI -Mr. Helen Galewtkl of 2d Wen U'Oili i. with her illative ind filendi a happy and protproui New Year. OAinr.NIIHIirt.-Mr. N. Gittenber and family, fiVi Weat IftOtli t,, eitend In their relative and filenda their wUKm for a happy New Year. Omuni.-Mr. md Mn. J. (leliler of Hotel lliltliv with tn eitand in thrlr rail Uvea and friend s a Hippy New Year, GOODMAN Mr. and Mn. Mlehiel (loodmin (if MS Weat Bud av with their rellllvi and frlrml a hppy and piotjnirnui New Year. llfvifiMAN-Mr and Mrs. 11 Goo.ln.in of ll'.'P Wi-M I.IMh tl and lldriinerr, I., I., with their relatlvei nnd fri'tldi a hippy und proaperoua New lear. (iOTTi.ir.il -Mr. and Mn A. Oolllleh ind family nf Ji02 Writ tilth t. rilind tn their many relative and fiteud beat wlthti for a happy New Year. (lOTTI.int-Mr. and Mn. Iniel Oolllllb and family of P45 Weat Bnd av. (for merly 337 Wett hlth t ) with to eiprea tn thilr rtlatlvea and f rlenda thrtr belt wiahe for a hippy New Yiar. OOTTMi:il.-Mr. and Mr. Georg Gottlieb and family, IPSO 7th av., extend to th'lr telatlvei nnd friends the brat wlaliri for a happy New Ynr. '!f'TT!.li:il.-Mr, and Mra, Hsrry A. Holt llrh and son, fHf. Weat Bud av., with their TelnUven and friend a hippy and I i"ieiou new year. (lllllllNltAFM-Wni.rK.-Mr. and Mra. H (Ireriibauni, Mr and Mr. J. Wolf ami liuvhter. lfi.1l Wrliatrr av., IIimu, with their friend and lelatlvoj a happy and proaperoui New Year. UftOi8.Mr and Mr Nthan Groa of 021' Wet I3.ltli at. and Bdtemere, L. 1.. wlh their ivlatli and friend a happy snd proepcrnu Ntw Year. Q I loss -Mr and Mrs. Ho) rtrot and family of Ulrookltn with all their filendt and relative a protperou and happy New Year. Ol'r-KKNHBIMnn-Mr snd Mr, 11. (lurk rnhrluuT of M Bast Will et. extend tn tlulr many frlendt and relative tht-lr lt vi ihe for a happy and propercu New Yiar. , UI'TMAN-IlWENmLIi.-Gtitmin-LowenWd family with their relative and friend a happy New Year. 2,032 Broadway. Ol'TTEIt. Mr. E. Gutter and son with rel ative and frtendi happy New Year. GCLMUntn.-Mr. or.d Mr. Morrl Goldberg of "7 Welt liDtli it. wish Ihelr relatives and friend a happy and protperou Ntw Year. IIAMlll'ItGKn.-Mr. and Mr. D'n Him burier (lo Ihelr eon fiydne)) of 130 Wadavvoith av.. N. Y. city, extend heat w lilies fur the New Year to Ihelr relative nnd friend. HAMUl'nO.-Mr. and Mn. Hamburg with their relative and friend a happy and proipcrou New Year. HAMIlL'nGEn.-Mr. and Mrs, Henry Ham burger of 4O0 Manhattan av.. New York city, extend heat withe for the New Year to their relatives ana rritna. HAMIlUrtOElt.-Mr. and Mr. Charle Ham Purser of Atlantic City. N. J., extend bet withe ror thn r.w xear to tntir rn1 live and friend. HAM.MljlUICHIJtG.-Mrs. Boss Hammer srlilac and daiichter. .M0 Wett Mlth St.. with thejr relatives and frlendt a happy New lear. HAMMEltoVIILAG.-ltcst Millie for a hap py New Year to our rrlalliu and frlrnda, Mr. and Mr. I. 11. llammerachlig, 481 Throcp nv. JIArtms.-Mr. and Mn. J. Harris. e0 Bl. Nlrhola av., with their relative and friend happy and protperou New Ynr. HART. Mr. II. Hart of .'.( Welt lOOlh t. extendi New Year greeting to all friend. PEP.SK0VIT2.-Mr. and Mr. Frank Hen liowlts and family of sNO "th av. with to extend to their relative and friends a happy and proeperoua New Year. HKFS.-Mr. and Mrs. A. lies and family, 404 Eatt Mill rt., with a happy and pros prroui New Year to all relative and friend. HElNE-LnVY.-Mr.. Bernhnrd Heine and Louli Levy, 740 St. Nlchola av., extend greeting and beat wlahe fnr a happy New Year to tholr relatives and frlrnda, HEINEMAN -Greeting for a happy New Year. Mr. and Mr. S. Helneman. HII.LEI.FON.-Mr. and Mr. H. HI)IeIon. SM Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, with their friend and relative a happy, healthy and protperou rtavv tear. limfiCHPEnd. Mr. and Mr. B. fllrsch berg, 134 Maple it., vvtth their friend and relatives a happy, protperou Nnw Year. IlirtHCIinEItG.-Mr. and Mrs. Hlnchbetg, VnV) (Inte av., Itldge a ood, with a happy Neve Year to IhelF relatives and friend. HinBH. Mr. and Mr. A. II. Hlrsh with their friend nnd relative a happy and prosperous New Yer. HOLLAND!!!!. Mr, and Mr. Adolf Bollan- aer ana family of 2(i weal lOlth ixtend to their relative nd friend beat withe for a happy year. HOLPMAN-LEVY-WnitEB.-Mr. and Mr. P. Holdmn. Mr. and Mrs. It W. Levy, Mr. I). Weber, with their many friend and relative a happy New Year. HYMES.-Mr. Fanny Hyme of 212 West UStli it. extends to her relatives and friends a nippy mw lear, INFELD. -Mm. William Infeld and family Eatt 72d t. wlah their rtlatlve of 3W and friend a happy New Y'ear. SARETSKI.-Mra. L. Jaretakl and family. 807 lrvln it., wian their relatlrr and friends a happy New Year. JKSKE. Mr. and Mrs, C.u Jeske. and sens or W'i vvesi i,.i.i ai. win uielr relatl.'e nnd friends a hapry New Year. KAHN.-Mr. and Mn. 11. K, Kahn and fam. liy of &:i west Jj:tn t. wish in extend U in an inrir inena a nappy ana prosperous New Year, KALMC8. Mr. and Mr. A. Kalmus with relatives ana irienut nappy ew xear. KAltLEIlACH.-Mr. and Mn. S. Karlebach exteml best wlshe lo all relatives and friends for the New Year. KAWALER.-Mr. and Mn. Morrl Kawaler of utone i-arx, i.. i., win ineir relative and friend a happy New Year. KLE1NBAUM - ISAACS. Mr. and Mr. Charle Kieinnaum ana Mr, and Mr. Murray O. ttaac ritend their bet wlihe for happy New Year to relative and friend. KBOHNE, Mr. and Mn. Barman Krohne of Atlantic viiy, .-. j., exiena tet wlshe for the New Year to their relative and friends. BA EH It Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ilaehr ex- tend to an tneir relative ana friend a very happy and properou Nw Year. LAMCHICK. Mr. and Mr. Loul Lamchlck of uagemere witn an ineir relatives and friend a happy New Year. j LEHMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lehman and family of 1024 Bloomfleld St., Honoken, j., exiriiu iu meir relatives ana friend their bent withes for a healthy and happy New Year. LESKEB.-Mr. K. Leaser and (laughter. Hilda, extend tn. their relatlv e and iriena a neany new lear a greeting. LEVY. Mr. and Mn. S. J. Levy and on. lucnara h. ana kii u., or boo west 157th it., with their relative and friend a happy New Year. LEVY. Mr. and Mr. A. E. Levy and daugh ter oi ooi , ii ii.nu ei. mn ineir rela tive and friend a happy and proaperou Nvv Year. LEVY. Mr. and Mn. Morrl lvy and lam- liy of 8M vvct Kna av. win tlieiTrela Hvts and friends a proaperous anir happy New Year. LEV AY. Mr. and Mrs. A. Levay of 135 7th av, wltli their rcutlves and friend a happy and prosperous New Year. L1PKKLP,-Mr. and Mr. B. KTpfeM of'M'd- dletown, N 1., extrna nonaay creeling to rolatlw and friend. LO WEN STEIN. Mr. and Mrs. Jo, Low en. tteln and daughter oi u weat ii.m at. extend to their relative and friend a happy New Year HOLIDAY GREETINGS. LYON -Mr and Mn, Abnhim II. Lyon and family, nf 213 Wan path it,, with their frlrnda and rtltilvt a happy Nw Year. MANIi:i,IIA1,N,Mr. and Mn, 11, If, Man. (trllnun and Dr. O. It, Madtlhaun ei tend Ihllr beat wlthti lo all their frlendt fnr a happy ,Nh Year- MAIIKH,rMr. ind Mn. Joel Marki and diuiht.r, 5fJ Itlterild liflve, wah ( etiml licillday grreilrn to all their flltiiO, IAIIX.-Mr, and Mr, aimutl Marr, IMS 7lh av, emend to Ihtlr irltllvt and filnnil greeilng and Ul wlHiei for a ' hippy New YV. MAYI'llll -Mr. and Mr, Henry M, Maiper and family, of Id Ban snf, it., extend htartleat New Ytar gftetlng to thtlr rl athra and filendi, MAVIllt-llesrlletl congritulilloru to all our relHiioiia and frlendi from Mr. ami Mn. M. Mair and funlly, SMi Wt Itlh. M):YI)ltri.-Chsrl Meyer and dauciiKr. Lin, 00 Ham Mlh, with ulillvt and friends a happy New Year. MliYEItH,-llnM Meyeri, 133 Weil ISth, w lane ill. live, riu.,,1. v happy Year. MICIIABI -IIIIftT WIHItHH TO OUIl relative and friend for a HAI'I'Y NI5W YKAII. Mr ami Mn. !. Michitla, ItM I'nloii t Far lloctiwiy, Mll.!.lill,-Mr, Hrh Miller and Mr. ai,d Ml. Murtui Miller Hid family of Ja. inika, N, v., eilriid Niw Yesr'i sretl Inga tn all thalr relatives and friends. MOIIVAY.-Pr. and Mn, and Jr., I-eonard H, Morvsy, 14 Boa Trrilfe, Newark, V J.i eitend to Ihelr relative and Irlemi t ilr ilii(rtt viiaha for a lupiy Mw car, MVNK COHEN -Mr. and Mr, II. Munk and Mn. M. Cohen of tM Wet ilMh etnd la Ihelr friend and reltttvii but wlthit for a happy Nw Year, NAITAL. Mr. und Ml, Henry NifUl ind family of Old illvenlde Drlv extiad to Ihtlr mny friend ind relitlrsi but withe for a hippy and piptitroui New Ytir. NBWL'OItN.-Judg and Mrs. William Niw. corn of I'lilntield, N. J-, extend to their , relitltri and friend their lacew wlthn for a happy and prnipartHi Nw Yeir. NOItWAl.K -Mr. and Mn. Jicb Norailk and family, 2IIJ Bivlcvv Titriee, l'n IlKkaway, wh all thtlr relitlvtt a .i frlendi a happy and pruii inui Nu Y f'AHKEIl.-Mr. and Mra, Maurlr Patkar nnd family, IM3 7lh av with their rrltlv and frlendi a happy New i I'i:i.n,-Mr. snd Mn, Phil ledir, of 1,440 Win hi , Brooklyn, with thalr relative and friend u hippy new yeir, I'EISKH.-Mr, and Mn. M. L. I'elter and family of tVU Weal 100th It., ilnd ta their relative and filendi a hippy Ntw Ytir. niCII.-Mr. and Mn. H, IUch, Kl Trinity nv. t Mr and Mn, II lllch, Wr) Bryant av., Urvni, with their rtlillvri mil friend a protperoui and happy New Year ltOflll.NTIIAL.-Mr. and Mn. Jick IloienthM and family, Mr. and Mr, A, B, llotrii II. al, 1H1U Crotom Park Eaat, llroni, and Mr and Mra Harry Hoirrithsl and fmll M0 Wot IMth t., with thtlr relative and frirndi n hippy ind protptrou Nw Yiar. IIOBU.NMONn.-Mr. and Mn, M. II. Boen mnnd of 420 Wttt End av. with ill thilr relatlv ea and filenda a happy New Year ltOSUNPHLH.-Mr. and Mr. Bdaird lloiin feld. 414 Welt I Will It, wlali tlltlr ! lives and frlendi a hirpy Nw Year. flOHKNMONP -Mr. and Mn. M, H. Boen inonu, of 420 West End av., with all thvir relative and friends a happy New Year. nORUNTI!A!-!lUIT.-Mr. and Mr. Jicon llnaenthal and Mr. and Mr. Joirplt Huff with their nlitlui and friend a happ New Ytnr. nOTTENIII'.lKl.-Heat wthei to our friend for a proierou and hppy Ntve Yr. Mr. Lena llotteiilwrg and llenjamln Kot- tinbeig, 112 Ca'hedral Parkway. nOTHSCHILD.-Mr. and Ml. It. Ilothaehtld, 147 Weat 120th, viltli their rtUllve anil friend a happy, pioprou Ntw lear. Bl'IllN.-xir. and Mr. Mlchal Bubln of llJ2 7th av. ixtend to their rtlillvei and numeroii friends grtetlng for a hippy and protperoui New Year. 8CIIATTMAN Br fldney Kchlltman Mid mother of Mist Weil Bud av., New Yon. city, "I tli their many relative and friend a happy Nw Year. BCHWABTZ. Mr. and Mn. Hoi Bchwarti with their relative and frlindi a happy and prosperous New Year. SCHAI'HAN and TOl'PEll family of 23.'. Wcat 112th it., New York city, wlh all thtlr relative and friends a hippy New Year. BCI!AUL.-Mr, and Mn. W. Bchiul, I4M East ISth it., wish relative and frltnd happy New Year. HCIIWElTZEn. Mr. and Mr. Nathan Bchwrltzer extend to their relative and frltnd their hivst wlshe for a happy and ' prosperous New Year. 8CHULANG. Mr. and Mn. Haul Sehulang and family wish to extind to thtlr rtla tlve and friend a protperou and happy New Year. 8CHUI.ANG.-Mr. P. Schulang and family with to extend to Uielr relative and friends a prosperous and happy Ntw Yrir. HCIIIBEIt Mr. nnd Mn. Joseph L. Bchldtr extend to their relitlvu and friend beat wlhe for a happy and protperoui New Yfir. 6C!IANCt'PP.-Mr. Nathan Bchancunp of 317 Bast 7Pth St., withes his relatives and friends a happy and proiperous Niw Year. SENDElt Mr. and Mrs. Charln Bender. 1043 Boston road, wish their relative and fr)cnd a happy and protperou Ntw Year. SEDEItMAN.-Mr. and Mr. Morris Btder man and family extend to thrlr relative and friend but withes and a happy Ntw Year. 8BEIN1IAUM. Mr. and Jin. A. B. Fheln bnum and daughter of 100 Wett llWh t wishing their nlatlvr and friend a happy, proiperou New Year. 8IEC1EL Mr. and Mr. Ramuel G. Blegel. of flOO W. 110th St.. with their relative and friend a very happy and proaperou New Year. 8ILiinrtMANN.-Mr. and Mn. Phlllpp Bllber mann, l.V.l Seventh av., eipre their best withe for a happy New Yiar to their rel atlvt and frlendi. S1LVE1IMAN. Mr. and Mn. K. Bllvermaa of IMt "th av, with to extend to their rvilatlvei and friends a happy New Year. SOUEL.-Mr. and Mn. Henry Bobti of Convent nv.. beg tn extinu to ineir rela tive! and friends their very bet wlht for a happy and protperou New Year. 80KO1.OW. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sokolow wlh their friend and relative a happy and proae-proua New Yr. SOI.OMO.N-ROBENnLUM.-Mr and Mra. Bamusl Solomou and Mr. am! Mr. Hemy Iloaenblum or 031 Eaat loath Ft. wlah their relative and frlendi a hippy and protperou Neve Year. STAB. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Btar, Cedarhurst, L. I., wlh their friend and rtlatlve a very happy New Year, STElNElt MAYEB. Mr. and Mn. David Hlelner or sib west viat, air. ana sir. Milton Mayer and daughter of 170 Wett 87th, wish their nlatlvr and frttndt a happy and prosperou New Y'ear. STE1NTBAL. Mr. and Mr. Isaac Eteln- thai wish their relative ana rrienas a prosperou and happy New Year. STKINTHAL. Mn. J. 8telnthal nnd aon wish their relative ana rrienas a nappy and prosperous New Year. STRAUBH. Mr. and Mrs. Aba Btrsuss and son. of 310 Convent av with to extanii to thrtr relative and friends a happy New Year. SUBMAN. Mr. and Mn. Ernest Busman ard Steinberg family of Brooklyn extend to their relatives and frlrnda their withes lor a proiperous and happy New Year. UNCBR. Mr. and Mrs. David Uneer. DtSit Prospect av., extend their best withes for a very happy New Year to Uielr relative nnd friend. VOI.TTEIt Mr. and Mrs. A. Voltter and family of S01 West 103th st. wish to ex lend to thalr relative and friend a happy and protperou New Year. WABSEItSTEOM.-Mr. and Mr. L. B. Wa. sentrom, of 10H Wt 120th t.. extend to their friend and relative bet wishes for a happy and proiirous New Year. WARBURG. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Warburg and family wish their relative and friend a Happy and proaperous New Year. WEIL Mr. and Mrs. Dan Well and family wlh their friend and relative a happy and prosperou Now Year. WKILLe-iMr. It. Weill snd family, 13S Wythe av., Brooklyn, wlh all their rela tlve and friends a happy and protptrou New Year. M-T-isa JMr. nnd Sirs. Joseph Well. 42. East .list t , extend their best wiabes for a very happy New Year to their relative and friends. WERTBEIMEI t Mrs. C. Wertttlmer and Jack Werthelmtr of 67S De Kalb av. wUh to extend to their relatives and friends a happy and prosperous New Year. W1LBELM. Mr. and Mn. Blmon Wllhelm extend to all their friends a happy and protperou New Yer. WOLF. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Wolf, th Mlaie Sadye and Miriam Wolf, Matter Monro J. Wolf of 20M East 14th St.. Brooklyn, taku lhl mean or extending their belt wlihe lo their relatlws and friend for a happy and proiperou New Year. WOUMSEU -Mr. and Mr. A. Wormier of f.7 8 De Kalb nv. with to estond to their relatives and friend a happy and pro--lierou New Y'ear. ZIMMERMANN.-Mr. and Mr. N. Zimmer mann and daughter of 243 Ocean Tarkwav, Urooklvn. wish their relative and frltnd a happy New Year.