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BMones Twice Is on Winning Side inLtMolfMakhes With Vardon and Ray Played Over Engkwood Links VARDON AND RAY " Loso nt Kiifrlcwnoil, il and 2, o Jones nnil Wiitker mid .Touch nnd Klrhby. r n. irrmii Nt 1'KTIUr.i When Harry Villon nd MwrJ Hay, tho llrilUh ,,lt11 path Almost full M hU 1W ,oou since IM1 they visited ""'" 113, They- will have h won! for Jboth JrofcMlonal and mMur. nl i?K IN "iimi of ItoWijr Junes, who,, when liny and Veidon last wet htrr, probably Mill had n rioter ocauali tance with hli fairy tl lot ?'cr.T conception of Mother uooso twin i nf Iho roiio or goir, This same Junes ha earned something of it distinction, for he h l'' I " Hie - mninn lrt ngjlrml liny and )r don In ilir furiw.Miilv mnl'ili'-H. It l iio-btfui if any other golfer in tlio rnlted Ha'ca can ray us iiiu.lt. Howevir, Hobby tecotd doe not end hero, for It run n'ao I Mid that he h nguted the Mlnnlne udo ngolnst lh renowned Jlritona three lime within two rtyi. On fittirdsy, It my bo recalled, Jon, with Charles Hvnna, Jr tho national amateur champion, defeated Hay an Vardon, 10 up ami 9 to play. Msterdair Hobby wan billed tn ply thirty-nix holta at Knglowood with Oiwald Klrkby a ) ! partner. However, In tho morning Ulrkby wn not fctllnit well and Cyril Mwktr, tho Knitlewood proflonl, t'ttM Id pln-o. Jonn and Walker won hat match by I and 2. In tho aftornoon Klrnby ml Into tho K.iino with Joni-n, with ttio n inilt Unit onco nnnln tho Kne llih pair went down to defeat by 3 and t. Ylillura Are Tlrrtl Ont. r.r k nflm Vnrdon nnd llay hava found th ieeivuM drawn Into rrw cur i nU of adrrity that havo piled hlh 1'iclr debit clumn It wa for a lill in t'McnKo and It now t'tnn that thnii ifturn ti in trnpolltcn llnlta alw ai dr.iwn tluni Inta n whirlpool of nilfur tunc. Tbero l it Rood dwii moio to be wild for tho vlaltom than that they nlmply aro nndlnc the opponllton a bit mk Urons fur tueli a round nt play ai they hav undertaken, Th fact of ttio matter In that at their tlmo of llf they am overtaxing their Mrenttlh by under taklnR a tour as exacting and oxhauitlntr an tho prerent one. I roin the day that tho national open thaniplonnhlp f.iilnlicd at Jnvernr until they arrived at MurrW County on Krlday Jtay r.nd Vardon bad ulept rvery nlftht but tlx In n I'ullmnn oar. nliiK a gotr doitor hlime'f Die T(d (llipfiuum lilt taao of J'ulltnunnii. It In not the ctcady i:rlnd of thlrty-vlx ho.M n Ujy that hat lnndo the tamo of hlini1f und hie part lie.' dog eurod and frowzy but It l the lack of Kteep or, rather, Mcti tint haa liad 16 ho caught between bump in a Tollman car. "Talk about playing nfter coming ott (in ocean iiiier," iityn the holder of the open golf rhamplonthtp of the Unlt(d Stntej "It Mmply Un't In It" Thw bfut gamo of the two yesterday waa the .veond. ?Utt who attended the morning neunco rotalned chiefly lingering memorlei of Vardon In Ida worat putting mood and, It teemed, doien of hole that were not played out. In r. four ball match, of courae, It la enough to havo ono player uphold the glory of the alda, but there Is nn denying thut the con atant picking up left the Inipnaalun that th" play waa racsrrd. And ao Indeed It v-,18 Often n heat 1.11 mutch will be p'.ayed where It Is rieceimry to npproxl n.ate a hole or two. In thin one tho aroro card of thoue tlcklcra for the true ftKts wero riddled like u fiulwi cheere. 'Walker I.oara Hit Hall. 'alt:cr lost hla ball with hla flnt ahot of tho match and on the aecond and third Jonea wan In trouble. Luckily the pair dovetailed their play nicely. TnW Is dla cloned by the fact that their beat ball was thwe ptVokea better than the lower nlno hole total, wherea tho beat ball of tho other pair wan oxnctly that of Uay, Incidentally n beit ball of SS for auch a couplo an rtay and Vardon la nothing to get excited nbout. Til par for the flrnt nlno at Hnglewood In 3C, The clde.i played equare for tho flrat five, holef, but Wallter took the lead with tho only 4 at tha alxth. At tho eighth It was Jone'H turn, ao that the home pair turned 2 up. Coming back Jonea won tho tenth with a 4. Vardon cut this lead with a 4 at the thirteenth, but Walker and Jones clinched tho match on tho alxtecnth by 3 and 3. Individual totals were by no moans brilliant. Walker having nbout a 77, llay a 71, Vardon an 80 and Jones nn SI. There waa aomowhat more unap to the afternoon match, but nothing to what had been aeen at Morris County thP day before. Itay and Vardon niado It easier for Jones and Klrkby by loavlng their recoiids repeatedly short, while ono morn their putting wan a bit belnw par. Vardon did holn one eighteen footer on the ninth green, but taken all over tho greens had. tho best of It with all four. This tenth hole and the rleventh. where Jones notched n. 3, were the only ones played In better than par. Hobby laid Ma approach within ten feet of tho pin for hla chanro here. . This tlmo It wat poaalble to glvo .Toned, llay and Vardon tt 7C each and Klrjtby a 74. The beat ball cards: MortNINC rtOUN'D. Jones end Walkoh Out ., 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 &-M nay mi varnon uiu . 1 1 1 Jonea anil iVnlkr .444 4 4 3 3 3 G-JS rtay and Vardnn- ln r, 4 4 4 4 3 .". B 3-,18-n AITEIl.VOON' rtOUNll. .Tonce and Klrkby Ou- 'v.r" 4 4 4 4 B 3 4 4-slI Itay onu Vardon Out .....4 4 14 5 0 4 4 3-31 Jotica ami Klrkby In .....3 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 4-34-71 Key and VrJon In I 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 3-33-73 IIIITCIIINMON CIOIJ? 'ICTOIl. ' DKTrtOIT, Bcpt. 16,-JocU Hutchlnion of Dili's ko, Wcatcrn opvn cliainiilcii, ialn-.l with Iiurle Ayton, alao of Chleago, de f"tpd Mike Ilrady of thla city and lUrrt Hampton of lUehmond, Va., 6 and 4 in 'rliteen liolea of match play at tha Brook 1.11,(1 dolt and Country Club to-day. The match waa played In the momlns;. In th4, nrternonn at medal rlay Hampton led tin ether three, turnlne In a card for 74, thNJ atrok tindr par, which eiuala the eouraa rtcord set earlier In the year by Brady. TO ItKTflty TO VKStt, KTATK. Special to Tun ftcw A Mi New tons HniLn. PHII.APHLPIHA. K.pt. ,10.-llarold K. I'.arron, United filalca Olymplo hurdllnlf star, vho flnlihtd next .to Karl 'niomion, th (Canadian, In Rorld'a reconl breaklni; tlmo tet Antwerp, announced to-nlnlithnl h will r d; to PrnniylvanLi date Colltife after n Inpae at several yeafa. IJarron liift tha Ktatra iidrlng the war. Ha has another year of collegiate competition. SIATCII ri.AY ON 31.1111,1 IJ.VKS. In tin second round at match play fur the ehamplonthlp of the Malta Plaid Club yea. tcrday II. Cleveland dateated W. Miller by 8 up nnd 7 to play, T.. It. Dalt defeated C. C. IVIIIama, A up and 3 to play, E. I.. Dill won from Theodoro Mitchell by default and J. Wolf won from W. 1 lutein by default. The acmbflakta will b played nest Buhday. Ebbets Not Worrying Over a City Series .Talk of a diy xrle nt thh tlin-j nf th year between th (llama nnd Vankeea Ik ptrrnnlal -unlvas unn or Ihe other liappna lo b n likely wprld'a Krli'S tontnider. At present neither Is a likely wnrld'n rlt con Under, but until such time as It li ceruinty that tieliher will win . Iennnt city aerie talk ao far ah Manhattan U concerned U preinft turn, .Vii rteps have been taken H that dlrottion. However, there Is no law, legal or bnabnl, forbidding auuh acrn-a If tho Jlrooklyim win tlie pennant, m la noiv proW.bl. chHrln IJbl.rts was naked If ha would oppoao tho two Manhatlnn Kutiu' coining togetlier, Mint ha rrplld ho had not entertained any nuUi Intention. "It's n nutter for tho National CommlMlnn," Ik ndded, "I don't btilltve It would hurl ur." John Ileydlrr, National Iagu4 PtialJenl, fold that t the l'olo (Irounda leama wanted to meet In poat.aenaon crnpplo lie. dlJti't know anything to pi event. CRICKET TEST FOR NEW YORK ELEVEN Trlii! Match Willi Cnjil nrol.'fl Tcnin KchiiHs In Even Draw. As a preliminary tn meeting the In cngnltl cricketers of nnnMnJ at I.lv Inghton Wednesday and T)iurday the All New York eleven ulayed a trial match agalnat a picked team, captalntd by J. S. Itretx of tho New York nan fax Cup tram at Vt'at New Ilrlghton, R. I., yeaterday, and tho rcault waa a draw with honors fairly even. The All New Yoik playaa batted first and, al though, two wlukets wero Inat quite early. iwe.ded In putting Mfethcr a total of HH. It, It. St. f Jcncs, the tattat ocn'ilaltloil nf the Matin laland f'tlcket nrd Tnnla Club, exiMled at the bat. making 4. I.. It. Miller, with 33. had the next beat aiore and oth.r doublfa werv rfintrraitcd ty M. ! Wood n.ffe, W. M, itavbiirn, r. r. Kelly and .1. U I'oyer. Thu Ir.nlngM of the opiwalng aid wa istrked by n flna atand on lh part of It, O. Ormabywho went In flrat and was net cut for 30 whtn tlmo ws called. fXiuhlNt were nlao added by CI. M. rinwn, O. Ttirvllle and O. Mtytr. Capt. Hrftx'a teom netted SI for the low of alx wlrkots. Ttio score: At.i, Nnw Yortic. '., rt. Hull. I.b.w.. b. It. I'yr tt. It. Ml, C. Joti, l, Davit. ..t It, f'omaelio, li. Hrnltli .1. !., Vtytr, ti. II. I'.iyer t . It. Mlllor, . Kmliti V. M. Ua'tiiim, ,, It. Inyr It. I,. Wolrnri. ti. Havl".. V, C, Taylnr. I.h.r.. b. frilth C A. P. Vtilirt. li. Htli O, Pavlitaan, b. Hatli y. P. Kelly, nn out J. V.. Turvllla. b. Ial Kitta Total captain tmrrrrH tkam. t XV. D Molte. li. twhunt H..U. Ormiby. not out II. t'oyr, b. Mllltr. II. (.-tnUh, f. Taj lor. b. I)t.uwt O. Meyer, e. foma'tm. b. Millar ft. M. llmnn, b. MIHt..... 0. Turvlllef c. Wooilrelf. b. ttaiburn, P. (J. Haifa, not out Kxtr&a Total tn nlrketa). ............... ... H. :. II. Booth-m. J P. Havlj, A klnua and J, II. Ilrrt iUil not hM. "l",wiir-lf. Po)-r, 3 for it: Hrtlth, 411: Davla. 4 for SI: Miller. .1 f'r H, hunt, 1 for if; Ilaeiiuni, 1 fur 10 . . 1 . 4 . . in . M . It . K . 0 . n '. It . :i . 13 ."it? o ... t ... .1 ... n ,.. it ... is ... f ... n ... ni , lloa- 4 for Dew DAVIS CUP PLAYERS COMPETE. Rpirial to Til Bin am Nttw Voaic llr.tu. I'lllt-VPtU'lltA, Sept. 13. Uavls Cup tennis players put on an exhibition this afternoon befor 3,000 apectHtunt at the Howard MeCall Memorial Field, In which TTIIllam Tllden, th world's alnglcs champion, waa extended to tho limit by Wallace P Johneon, national aeml flnallat. Johnson won tho first ret, 7 C, nnd Tllden evened It up by taking the second, 313. Johnson complaint d of sort) feet, and tho third set waa called off to make room for another singles match. In which Htnnley lVnrron, the Philadelphia tltlo holder, beat Carl Plscher of Penn In one sot, C 4. Two sets or doubles ware played be tween Tllden nnd Ham Hardy, captain of the Davis, cup team, and Johnson and I'caraon, tha Middle PtaWa title holder, In which tho Utter pair won th first, 97, but dropped the second, 119. Si ON BELIECLAIBE UNKS. Play In tho championship tournament of tho Hollcclntrc Country Club continued as far a tho second round yesterday, Amonff the aurvlvors at that'stace are Dr. A. T. Haleht. tho tltlo holder, and A h. Held. A. C. tirraeon am not mcei W. O. I'Voollch, and tho P. Wolf-J. Hkll en match was also deferred until later In tho week. Tho results of tho match nlnv rounds follow'! lli-lleclalr.! Counln- Ciuti ('h.iniploMhln Klrat inuad Miatcli hlay.is lioten. Or. A, T. UnUM beat I). A. llahtn, S and li William Vltl beat l. I J. upi J. n. nuinri, Uat J. WhMtaker, a ami 1 1 P. Well lat J, llnin. I upi W. O. Prwllch tieat A. VlllUmi. 1 p: A. 0. (Ireaart-t beat I., ti. T.ltli, 0 and i: I), n. Ny beat II. M. Uphrim. I up: A. I.. Ilald biat It. A. iJlck- "p;(SnSRitou'nd-Dr. A. T. HIM beat Vltt, 0 and 5! Ued beat Nye, 3 and 2. AQUEDUCT ENTRIES. Plral itace-Tlirta-year-olds and upward: inarx. iiur. " r:o park Hill. ..110 urn ft.'v U.I1V...I1T Index. Horse. Wt. Kt. lldore...HS IBM) Tlie Nephew..) IT S70 Tl"aey 1Z2 t"T' Ij"t Irfavej.. in AM Armlath-e ...105 ' SHI Nlshtnllek ..122 D12 Tlnrf-a-I.tni. .113 "III Q'n lllonda...1W ar. lion Trump. ,iu 841 tiibt U0I.1...10: iab:t llMidrln ....i!S 7is'lftnit AIW..JM mo 'Alma it. ...lot Ml P'n of Como.110 4TJ Am. Holdler.io:. 70", Aanunsn 113 HU SAlUU IUi tn lll.- t.lnh(..110 Second lUci? Thiee-ytar-olda nnd upward; maldtnai iteepleehate: about two tnllmi . a... atA. ttrfrltrt.l.hh. 1 1 4aa inai'X. num.. r(H I2rlockr ..142 KSn' The Trout... 13.1 M2 Hurry Up... ,142 Pit KwecptTtcnl .,142 Oil Lclllt Trull. Ill Tiilni P.ace-Thrca.ycar-olds: aelllnci m'llet Indra. lloraa. Vi. lndtx. Horae. Wt, m.lll.li.i.1. It.llfl ISAr.l R. Minn.. Iln ksii Hurr , .!. TSji Tho Iiamb... lll(0l!) Le Rlrlux..llil Fourth Itace The Oakdale Handicap; two. Indsx. liorjo. . "it Inn.v 1ln..a P0)i Ulir unmi.t.iw (720) Murlbus ..1.I25 Vol Araaahos .,.102 ni3) ury ioon...,lll S07) Knobbl Ki 6(U) Grey Lag,,.. ltd tAj . . .- - - - . . - ....... t. . . n1trA..v...1,t. ....I ... 1 . "m Frottown ..W !0S Aurunl .... I" KM Hliiianddah..lOJ W)2' Ouf Ttf PIUW.IW Mali Clraat autb.lW, 031 neejreso ,...1OT (908) Kln AgrlppB.Ill.1 InitH. Hon.. vt, Oonl .,,,.,,101 PM Ixittory ifm 844 Dloscorlda ..1UV hi. li, itaco-Ttto.ycar'Obls: fillies: fivefur. Indej:. Horae. Wt. Index. Ilorje. ""Wt. t80 Douxh (lrl..ll2 BDI Uay Lilly... .107 I'trpltxlty ..103 N.np Tide. ..102 Kafflf Olrl.. 102 633 MavoUrneu,tl07 POO CUlllnan ....112 PaAay 102 4IU O.wd Bye. ..107 SIR Joan Mario.. 107 MT Prltht 104 :S Tamarlak ...112 Weather clear; track fast. Plva pound apprentlct allowance claimed. THE SUN AND iARMY OFFICER IS Cajit. Vim VHct rinj'H imprca wlvely in CaHtlo l'olnt CIiiiiiiiiIohsIiIji. II r HAMI'lll, J, IlltOOICMAN. AllhoiiRh tho IrndlnK tills tnurnrt menla are nut nf lh way, there still i main n numlwr of Intercatlnn events rra tho tennis acaaon comes in a clna, and one of tho beat of them Is tho annual t'aatla Point charnplunahlp, Mhlcli open l on Halurdny mi tho courts of tli llobokrn Triimls Club with an entry of 103 playi'in, and which narrowed down yesterday to- nineteen survivors, Cnn aldrrliiK tho fact that tho club has only five dirt courts and that defaults were few, the Iloboken committee has dona remarkably well to redtico. Iho field to rapidly, Many of tho second filBhl of local lawn tennis idayera are nmonit thosu still left to contend for the title cups. They In clude Harold A. Throckmorton, tho New Jorsey champion and Isat year's winner of tho tournament, Frederick l Ander son, Paul Martin, I.udlnw VanderYcnt er. Percy U Kynaaton, Joseph W. 1 nx, Alfred I). Ilammeti, William Hnaenbaiim and Cniilaln 11. l Van Vllet, nn Army ortlcT. HeBlnnlns to-day, some of the most prominent of tho nietropolllan woman tennis players will start In sin eb and before ttiu wtok Is tin there will Ni tn( doubles, women's double and fixed double. Captain n. 0. Van Vllet. who Is the champion of tha Iloboken Club, was the only ono to advance ns far as tho round before tho semi-final. Ho won two matchts durlnc the day, ahowlnc n sur prisingly tfftctlvn as wtll as forceful gsmo In de fcatlng Prank MaeW'atty with tho loss it only on gam and In eliminating- Philip Vandeventer In a sharp thrw set tussle marked by swift strok ing; and nn abundancn of spectacular volleylnc-nt th net. Captain Van Vllet appears to havo Improved considerably i slnco laat season and will bo a hard man to beat In tho toumament. I-udlow Vandeventer. ti brother of Philip. nn.F nnallat In lit New York HUlo clmm plonshlp, mot with betttr lucwss, win nlnK thro.1 malebes. two of them in strnlght seta ard tho other by tho peru bar acor. of e-l. 0.8, 6-0. He M In tho samo half nf the dtuw as Captain Van Vllet nnd may have tin opportunity to nvensc Ills brother's defeat befots the ilnal la nai bed. Ono of the surprises of the da as tho unexpectedly fine play of Henr Hcwctsoii of Dayonne, who compete.! m three mutches, defeating the aeretwle. hard hlttlue Oerald r.tnerfon. - -' 60, In the first. J. A. Mageo of Haiti moro stralKht sets In tho second, and extendtnc I'redorlci: c. Anucrsuii iu ... limit to win the third. Rut for the effort be cxpendi-d In the first two contents llewelaon might have come cloao to beatlnc Anderson. Until recently Howet son. who enllated anon after the openlns nf the world war, has been In the tana dlati air service. Tlie Mat two reasona he has Wd frequent opportunity for tour nament play In Canada, and ho auc reeded thla yi-a'r In wlnnlns; the chain plonfhlp of Toronto, He Is master of an effective backhand stroke that Is more, offensive than defensive In char hcvt, nnd ho I very fart In covering court and In finding his openings, Double faulting, due prpobably lo Mek of practice recently, checked him often In his match with Anderson. A bye anJ a default have advanced Throokmorton to Ihe third roitnd, and iVllllam noenbatim, runner-up a year ago, Is In ,tho fourth round, without , having made n rtroke. Percy,!. Kynas ton. thu Nassau nnd Queen champion.: encountered iirexiH'led trouble In ellml-l nntlng Harold HrunV In n third round match, the latter forcing him to a cloe score In each Bet. i Tbr fluiiiniary. Iloboken Tinnl Club Klnslea Plrat Hound II. Ileeton def'ate.1 Crrald Hrn'raon, 0-3. I l, 0-0 P. p. I'nwrr un Imm Carl lidlff by dpfaull. I.udlnw Vnndcvrtiler ! fitel I.. V, ICnox, 0-3, P-7. C. Clmplln dfild IV. rf. r'n, ol, 0-3. I W. Fibber drfrate.1 T. It. Piitichn .1-n. n-2, ft-J. Cdn'&nl 0.nre dfffated 11. Lanadcll, rt). ft2. P. Pllon d.Irated IV. H. Uuxton. rt 3, rt 7. 7 S, A. 1.. Ilrur.iau won from Vincent Hleharda by default, tt. I). Golden wen frnm Into Hartman by jlefaiilt. Second Iloim.l-P. II. DeilfT defratnl K, B. Johnfon, 3-0, fl S, fl-2. Ilsrnld A. Tbiuek. mennii wnn firm J, rlon by default. ,J. WaMian defeated Kdmiind Ilr. a-!, 2-Lfl, 7-3. P. D. Power defeated Stephen V. llru. bani, 7. 0-3. il-3. Percy 1.. Kynaaton defeated H. tlnrdtier. 0-1, 0-0. It. llrunlo drfrnted H. I.. Woffnrt. ft-3, -2. O, 11. Meelil.. defi'Sted W. II. Kchvriirtt, -2, 4-0, n-7. Oeotso 0. Mnoro, defeated Mlehael n. M.n-keuud, fl-,1, H-'J. Prrderlek P. Vliderwn drfente,t P. Kuh. 0-1, 0-1. II. Ieivtcn Hefcated J. " A. Mapee, 0-0, 12-10. J Jtatthci defer. -fd H I;. Patn-r --t, o-j, .1. W. Fox defeated It. M. Klrkland. 0-2, 4- 0, 0-5. Paul Mnrtln defeated V. II, Trtesl, O-O, 7-3. Albert J, Oitrndorf lie. frntfd II. Wleellhler, 0-2, 0-1. I.iidluw Vandcx-enter defeated M. Meiner, n-4i, it-s, Pdnoril Oeliner defeated It W. Fl'her, S-, ft .1. , I., llruntnu defeated P. Fllon., 73, 5 0. Hilton Poper defeated 11. 1). (Inlden, S 0, 03. M'llllam ltoenbanm won from II, It Hathav-ay by default. Capt. It. C. Van Vllet defeated F. MacWattjr. 0-1, 0-0. Philip Vntidewnlcr defeated Jack Martin, 0-3. 7-3. . Third Itound-F. II. Pevttt d.lfeated n. II. Bchoepp, 0-4, 4-lt, C-l, Kenneth I). Plutier wen from C. Anderson by rie'alrit, Allrel D. Ilammelt defrnted P. D. Powers, 0-1, 0-0. Percy I.. Kynaaton defeated II. HrunlJ, 04, 0-4. Ucorje C, Moore defeatcil O. 11. Mnckte, fi-1. IP a, Frederick C, Anderaon defeated It. IIewetnn. 03, 73. Joieph W. Pox defeated J, Mauli'v. il-l. 0-0. Capt. P.. a Van Vllet defeated!!, 11. Mulford, il-l, 0-1. Phllln W,.1ven.tr defeated llnri'4 Htvaln, 0-3, 7-T.. WIIMm IUe"bnun Woe (rum tt. I. linrr by default, Paul Morten dtfeatrd Albert .1. Ontiadorf, 01. C 4, I.Udlnw Vandeventer defeated C. Chaplin. 0-1, 0-0, 0-0. Pound Itoumt Capt. It. C. Van Vllet da fentcd Philip Vandeventer, 7-S, 20, 0-1. I.aeU of Upset. To tho chanire from a June to Septem ber date Is attributed tho total lack of upsets In the women's national tennis championship, which wound tin In a tri umph for Mrt. Molla HJurBtedt Mallory 'at tho Philadelphia cricket Club on sat- urday, l or tho urn tlmo In the lristory of tho tournament the championship found Kll of the prominent players after a lonif series of grass cdurt competi tions fullyi prepared for tho tltlo test. In previous years many of tha contest ants dcai'eoly had sufficient worlc to get Into satisfactory physical condition "jc fore the champlonhhlp event came along. Tho only surprises of the women's tltlo tournament wero the scores, not the results, nnd In no match was this as marked ob In the tltlo round, in which Miss Marlon Zlndemteln of Uostoh met defeat, 83, C li Mrs. Mallory played championship tonnU throughout nnd left no doubt as to her right to the title, but It would bo wrong to Infer that she Is as greatly- auperldr to Miss Zlndersteln as tho score shows. The truth of tho matter Is that when both aro playlnf nt tho top of their gatrio there la very little to choose bc livecn them In tennis effectiveness. The decisive defeat Is explained by the fact that whereas Mrs. vMallory played stead Uy, confidently and aggressively and without the slightest trace of nervous ness, Miss Zlnderstclrr. handicapped by overanxtety, was unable to do herself justice , The latter la capable of far better tennis than ho showed In tho title match, and with another year or two of experience may attain the t0a of her tennis nmbltlon. She has u well rounded game, plehty of speed. Kood Command of strokes and la equally pro flclent at a baseline or a net attack. NEW YORK HEIta HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT Hy DANIRI., y CovVripht, iJ9, v The fluN.Jtrriirt Corj'orallon, A3 tho major leaguo wuebal! scamp, rushea Into Ita final fortnlRltt tho IJrooklyn club, vraotlcally uasurctl of the poniiant tn tho National LcAtrup, la )erliop moro Intcrrsled In tho itrugBlo In Iho American Ivnffuo Ihiui It la In Ita own rcmalnlnif nlno games, Only r fw tlay M Nrw York eherUhdl Iho roml hope that tho Yankce would, nfter all, win tliclf first pennant nnd work their way Into u world's aeries. Hut tlm ll aatroiis rontests with tlif White Hom, In which tliu Now Yorka rfnped n harvest of regreln nnd 1lMttwlntinont4 Vth three ilefenta In Hurcewiloti, iilmust Veduceil tho Yankee liopo lo the neto mark. Mlllor JltiKHln' men still hav n ohniice. Iliit nvfn Now York must admit that It U a very slim ono Indeed. It look- very much na If those who will want lo eo tho Wic aeries will havo to do their trnvelllrii between Flntbush and ClevVund. It the Yankees cannot win, Now York wants to see tho Indian gain tho prlxe, Tor one thing, tho Indians aro moro popular here than nro the Wlilto Box. And for another, Cloveland lost Chapman, llosldcn, a lot nf nasty things wero said, and still aro bclnit bandied around, about tho showlnrj of the White Box against tho HmIs lost fall. With tho Yankees asaln takmc the pace of othem the barometric Husslns onco moro Is the target for vltriollo criticism. When the Yankees win Huk gins becomes the Ureal Manager, hut when ho loaea he Is niado tho Goat, We do not think that Hub Ins Is the best manager In the major league, but ho certainly Is not tho nle which some critic mako him out to lie. HugKlns Is tho victim of u Frankenstein monster If wo may bo pardoned the use of such a comparison. Ho linn stars whoso places ho rinrn not (111, nnd theso stars do not behave ns players In thn thick of a pennant Unlit should, W'v do not Indict many of the Yankees, When the senson Is over theto may lio some Interesting pull mortem. Ilrooklyn I'llrhlng Staff (lain .Support for the dab. In spite of tho fuet that tho American 1eatiuo entry l yet to bo deter mined, world's series discussion already waxes hot. Tho Brooklyn have been mad occonil choice against tho Indians, Whlto Hox or Yankees. Hut that doco not mean Hint (ho Dodsera nrn without stronir autinort. Many are tho students of baseball who contend the Dodgers will triumph. The major factor In tho debate is the pitching question. Nobody wll dony that when It comes to bringing along and hnn dllng pitchers Wllbert Hobtnson Is In a class by hlmsolf thero Is no second. For a time, during nnd Just after tho last Western trip, Iloblnson's hurlers stumped. Orlmcs alono retained his form. Hut of late tho rotund manager has been getting results. In flrlmca and Pfeffer he hrut a duo who seem capablo of fooling the bitters of any club which tho American League may send Into the fall cl.iwla Cadore also appears to be n dependable, with Smith, who has shown great Improvement, ns n fourth choice. Marqunnl Is not quite In form, but It would not be aurprlslng tn see him show the results of careful nursing by Robinson beforo tho week Is out. KobinMoti developed Marqunrd from an (11.000 lemon with tho Cllnntn Into tho foremost pitcher In the majors. Me took him on when the Now York club said that he had fallen to International Leaguo class. And Itnhliison Is working hnnl-wlth the Itube now. 80 do not be surprised If, In thn world's aeries, that miii old Mnrqimnl throw n mean hall. Mutnaux Is coming along In good shape, we nro told, The D.xlgers nro likely to bo much, very much, in the fight. Ilowtver, It they havo to face Coveleskle, nigby, Cald well nnd Morton there will be another aide to tho dlsouislon. Bo let's wait for the llnal returns. Jlojclmr ('ommlnlon' Ordor for the flood of the (lame. Itesentmtiit against tho Boxing Commlwlon for forcing tho postponement of tho Cnrpentler-Levlnsky nnd Dcnlpsdy-Hrcnnan bcutH has given way, among thone who havo thought the matter out, to a fcollng that thn action :s for the best New York has been Waiting for worthwhile boxing for SKvernl years nnd It con afford to writ a whllo longer, for that waiting will" mean better protection for the public and the reduction of tho danger of harm to the law and tho sport. Tho Hoxlng Commission got down to real business cnly last week. It makes io iiones nlout confessing that It Is not qulto familiar with Ita ground nnd that It seek more tlmo to acquaint Itself with detail. Tho commission fee's that events like tho two heavyweight meetings vftponed would, If they miscarried hi any way, give the opponents of boxing powerful nmnitinltlon. SWEDISH ATHLETES BEST. Win Point Honor nl Full Cnuirs of Scnnilltinvinn l.enunr. The representative, nf lb Hwedlsh American A. ?. yesterday carried off the honors In the fall games nf the Kcandl uavlan American Athletic League at Timer Park. Hrooklyu. Tho Swedes won four of tho aevi'.i nents contested nnd took the majority of second nnd third places. J. Wlterg won tha tbre mile ' handicap run from the 22 ysni line, while tho 120 yard low hurdlen rnco went tu It. Yickstrom. It. Sandiiulet took the 100 ynrd, tho only other track ovenU The summaries'. fiY) Yard thtoli. Ila". dleao. Won bv II. R.Tiid,Ul!t. Knedliili-Amerlcan A. C. (actatchl i ft. Je'i!Mn. Pfdlh A C, llrl Ic.iwrt, Conn. (1 yard), second i w. liyira. Mnitfli.Arner lean A. C. (aerrtch). third. , Time, 10!!.A. 120 Void how llunllei Itaco, Handicap. Won by It. Vlkatron, riwedlih-Amerlcan A. C. (aeratch). A. Jolineon, Pnedlih-Amerlcan A. C. (4 yardi), second: P, fandaaiat, Hcdlih.Amrrl''an A. C. 14 yard), tlilnl. Time. 1.1 Me Thrre Mil Itlin, Handicap. Won by J. Wlbers, fiwrdlah-Atnerksn A. C. (21 jarda); 0, Ilinann. Hnedtah-Amcrlcan A. C. (SO arda), aecondj (). Mtrana, Hwrdlth A. C. 1123 jarO), Ihlnl. Time, trtm. 10u. Or. Mile Medloy Ililay liar for the Asp lund Clian-plonthln Trophy. Won by Rwet-lh-Amerlcaa A. C, flnt team (W. lljors, A. Johnaon, J. Wlbera and It. Randqulitl; RiVedlth A. C, nrldcepurt. Conn. (It. 11. Sneneon, CI. Johnaon, It. llylander and I. PanttraoiO. aecoid: Pir1lh-Anierlcai A. C. eecnnd team (II. Htntnbors, H. Vlkatrom, i:. Johnooii nnd P.. PhcO, third. Time, nn. 0 :!" Thrnwlng tho Javelin. Handicap. Won by A. Jobuton. Hwidhb-Ainerlean A. r, OCratcli). lth I5i' fret, 2 Incliem K O. Hamld, Alaul A. 0. (14 feet). 1.V, fret. .'. Inthri, second: (1. HtRatroin, Vlltlnj A. C. (II feet), 117 feet, II liich., third. TI. run In' the Dlecua, HanJh au (cloitd to Sidlh. American A. O Won by 1. rahla (acrrteh). with 111 tret. 74 Inches: P. Krlek ton (IS foetl, IIP feet, ru Inchea, iiecond: IV. Jolineon (2d fret). IIS feet, third. Pu'llns '2 IWind Phot, Handknp. Won by V.. Neyatrom. Rardlali A. C, llrtdteport, I'onn. (aerateh). ltli feet. It Inches: n. Vlkatrfta, Hwedlib-Areetlcan A. 0. (1 feet), 12 feet, OU Inches, recoiid; K, O, Harold, Aland A. C. (I Krt), 42 fett.-7H Inchoa, 'llunnlng Ilreart Jump,' Handicap. Won by W. lUttk, ae.edlali.AtiK'tlcan A. C. (I foot. 4 lu'he.j, with 20 fel, 0 Inchea: A. Woat. Pneitleh A. O., llrldceport, Ccr.n. (2 f,)"t, 0 tnchei). i! feet. SH (i choj. accond! It. liers lurtd. Atlai A. p. (! f ft, C Inchea),. i tm, 2'i inchea, third. JEESEY WANTS BIG BOUT. Promoter to Illit for Cnrpentler Levlnsky Match. Jack I'rost, who will stage tho O'Dowd-LewIs bout In tho Jersey Pity ball park next Thursday night, an nounred yesterday that he Will endeavor to hold the Carpentler-Levlnsky boul In the Jersey City ball park on the nlg-it of October 12, tho date originally sot for this bout, If bo cdn arrange terms eat7 Isfnctorily with the International flp'.n Ing Club. Frost Is prepared to offer a big purse for the bout, but declared that he would make no move Until be had dla. chased the situation with tho Interna, tlonal Sporting Club. "The Carpentlcr-Lcvlnsky bout Is too Vis a contest tu sacrifice by n postpone ment," said Frost "From what I itnv heard there aro thousands of fans who arc anxious to see Carpentler In acL'on. While It Is true that it I Impossible to give official referees' decisions In New Jersey, still In twclvo rounds betvoen men of this calibre It would be easy to determine tho winner." i prxsant rtrn Lrrru: nocR. N'r.W OM.EAN8, Bept. lB.-Wlth I.lltla Ituck tha pennant winner and New Orleans in second place, the Houthern A la r.n yesterday concluded what baaeball author), ties here claim ai tho niOat tuceful aeaaon In Ita history from the atandpoltit of fans, owners and plari. Atlanta iu third. Although l.tltlo Itock previously clinched the pcnnanl, It Vnn not Until yntr dny that the rnc for second plane win -elded. Illrmlnahairt finished fourth. Mem" phi. Mobile, Nathvllle and Chattanooja fh). lrlitd In the order named. nAV I1KATK.S AT STOCKHOLM. STOCKilobU, Sept IS. Jolo P.ay, tho Illinois runner, was beaten to-day by S. Lundgrcn by 20 yards In a 1,500 meter race. The time waa 4 minutes 6 o-onds. MO&MT, SElWBgR 20, lQ2b. that no matter whom they encounter MISS KAHL IS BEATEN. Champion (ilrl ftprlntrr I.oaea toj Mlaa AIcKrnnn. Track nnd field performances of the Mornlngslde a. C. won tho team prise at t'io nnnual Bames of tho Harlem and Iielxhts Athletic league at Marombs nam Park yeeterday. They defeated the Htm of the Bt. Chrlatepher A. C b) a score of 28 points to S7. I The outstanding surprise of tho pamen tea tho defeat of Mian Mae Kahl, champion girl sprinter of the Morning aide A. C, in the 100 yard daah for wonun, Her conqueror waa Mian Helen Mcdrann, a thlrtcm-ycar-old memler of Troop No. 4. (llrls Hcouts of The Hmnx. Mlaa McOrium led the title holder from atari to flnlab. Hlu bad one yard to spare at the eod. The hummarles: lJc2 ?rf D,h (Handlcapl-nnM heat woa 1 'V17l"7' .Altn. '''Oalfsl Culture Club l.ti yardaii Irvln Melnlck. Mornlntalde A. C. (lUynrda), .econdi II. ltenedlcl. Oleneoa A. C. (it yardu), third: II. Pouter. HI. Chris. t.,pl.er a. C. (3 yarda), fourth. Time, f 4-S BKonda. ." MII Walk (har.dlrapl-Won by II. Muriel), Mondacslde A. C. (1.1 aeeonda); W. Jafloon, Bt. Chrlitophar A. C. (43. leconda), aKond, M. Llpaton, Mornlnnlda A. C. (CJ aicondi), third: M. McSorley, (llencov A. C. (I aeonda). fourth. Tim. 7:."J4.r.. SM) lard ltun (Ilandlcap)-Won by P, Rir man, Kt. Christopher A. C. (7 ysrda): J. Tioltnan. Rt. Chrletopher A. C. (M yarda). ... V vl v. jnrum. Irirdi A Xthlhl.a u, i-.i. t . ...I yanlt). fourth. Time, s;ih:..i. luni nun iiianuirapi won ny Bdward ... v- v anil.,, if. ItinKfr, C.lenroe ATC, (9 yarda), second; II, Marcani . V.. ',V""!",snfr a. u. ii rani), tblrdi ' Chankln. Mornlnsa de A. C. (13 yardi). fourth. Time. SI 4-5 seconds. Two Mil ltun (llandleap)-Won by William Ptokely. et. Christopher A. C. (0 yards): It. Psnilnaon, Mornlnrild. A. o, (130 yarda). ........... n.iui., i.iuriiwiKnliltt A. U. 1140 isrda). third: I. uoff. Rt. ChrUtopher A. C. .... ,u.;, iwuiiii. iinie, iv;u.4., IMtltng the 12 Tound Shot (Handlrap) Won by PsvM Itotenberx. Oleneoa A. C (acratch), nllli a put of 40 fet 10 Inches: J. lorrocco, Oleneoa A. C. (S feet), with a rut of J feat II Inches, aecondl J, Tatrart. (tlenrpe .., c. (aerateh), with n put of 4.1 feet 3 Inchea, third: O. Fauit. Mornlnsilda a n ii rAi i ki'ttti a .. Inr1nf( fourth. inmninit Uroa Juno (IUn-!(?Ap)Vrtn bv Harry tlrnwrnuiiit Morr.iitmldft a. c. if W .r." "cbViiuopheV A C. (I foot S li.rhea), with a jumn of 21 feel 4 Inches, see. ..in. Mrnjniuin i.auarr. Aipna niyilcal Cul ture Club (II Inchea), with a Jump of 20 feet C. (I foot S Inchea), with a Jump of JO feet ?,n,d.n teh'r. fjr. mt C. (W. Felditein, Harry liraverman; J, Mel mi,, bhu ... mjiiii.;. vv ynraa; rii, UhtiatO pher A. 0. (J. Carter, J, rnmcan, O. fiber m.an.n.lni W'!i"m,' " t1 eond: Joflcton. ItunvMl And rnUmorc), R3 yanlii, Iieredlet and Michael Tel). 00 yards, Sunn Tinirt not tfcittn. , .,T.'-If V;..,i'l,nn.(for B'rlsl-Wqn by Mia. .ir.rn .....iiiiiii. .(..up nu, i, itirt .eotita of The Prunx: Mla Mao Kahl, Memlhiralde-A C second : Mlaa Marlon Hoebel, Mornlnffslda A. O.i third. Time. 1.1 4-3 aeeonda, Pt. Chriatepher A. C. 7 points'' Olencoe a! vnitnvAY wins at rooTn.L! Vixa Pir. MAn, Chile. Bept 19. Hruguay'a football team defeated nratll In the Bouth American football cham plonshlp tournament here yesterday, the scor being I to 0. tlrutjuay la thus far In the lead, havlnc amassed a total of seven point. Tho neat jama will ba between the Arrentln and Chilean team on Monday. stKMl-riN'AM 1-OH OAKLAND rtP. 3. H. Waller. J. R. Corrlcan nnd Dr. V. B. nrown advanced lo the aeml-flnala In the second round at tttatrh play for the v!c irealdnt' clip at the Oakland Oolf Club yiu. terday. Kcores vere: B. B. Wall.r defeated W. C. Walt. 2 and 1: J. K. cerrlgim di. feated Dr.,H, 8. Htearnea, n and 4! Dr. IV, H. Ilrowri defeated 11. E. IVonde, II h!,J f, II. A. Wllmerdln vs. J. V. Otnliai.i, ir.ntch poitpontd. itEsvi.TM on ri.tsiii.vd c. r. links I.. R. Day, A. B. Andrews. H. J. Kllduff and either P. II. Porter Or XV, A, Mantle, nut ba contestant" In th aenu-flnal for the champ!onhlp of the tTuliln Country Club aft a reult nf tha tnnti'li play rounds ys(er day. TteaiiUa were I L. V. Day defeated It, II. Iloyd, 1 up: A. 0. Andrews defeated B. F. Oatea, B And I ; K. J. Kllduff defeated P. F. rhllllpa, 4 and 3 P. D. Porter-W. A. Uantl match postponed. , KID LEWIS DID NOT WIN BRITISH TITLE Uoim! of Control Utiles I)c linrrpd Him From tho Clinmplonfllilp. Hr ClllHIiKH r, MATIII80N. II annenr lo bo Impoaalble for an Lngltsh boxer to comb to thlf country I and refrain from Iftllnrf ClAlm to a championship title, but It remained for Kid Lewi to Inilit tint ho nrougnt two tltlc.1 with lilm rrotn Morrlo Kiib land, lie say ho won tho weltr chnmplonshlp of the llrlllih Isles' when he stopped Johnny Ilrini, holder of tho Lonsdale bolt In that class, nnd tlut h captured tho mlddlewel-ht tltlo when he dtfcMed th IChhMkI holder of th honor. There 1 no miration tlut tawl outclsase all the wller and all he middleweight In Knc.and, flcotund Wales nnd Ireland, but III claim that he (told the Hrltlah chrmplonshlps In thnio two elasie Is an aburdlty. True, Lewis, whose name la Oershon Mendeloff, Is a native of Knuland. and tn that ground mlnlit b ronildercd elenlhle to bo? for the llrlllsh tl.lles, At tho same lime, th fact tnat lie una inndo America His homo for many years nil has announced his Intention or be co..tln a citi.en of tbl country, would lrobaWy ileb.ir him Loin Incqulrln piiBlllstlo honors. Hut there Is In existence an Insuper able objeellon to lewM holding fn i:nlsh boxing title. Tl.l I In h form of a rule recently udni.'.nl by the r-iltlsh Hoard of Holng Control, de barring from titular honor all boxer t,).o fulled to servo wlln Iho English forces In the iato war. A Lewi remained In America during the war and advanced no further in military operation than a bnxlnir In tmctorshlp. It can be readily een that ' o Ii not champion of any class In hng .and. At tho same lime that does noi i ...... it., enni ill. I be ta one nf the niljs'J . w .Mw ...... .. ---- , , . ..1...... in ih wnrlil nnd can noiu his ojvn with the middleweight. nti,.ii nrentinvmentM nt the Har den boxing bouts were welt nigh per- ..i.t tliern ivcr. aof!i drvbltlona flOill rule that did not..eoai i" enRlo eye of the Hoxlng commitaioncra. ii ia tn .. iii.v will have been corrected before nnnther set of bout Is at.iged, Ono serious violation of rule was In tho abaene of padding on mo ring iiiwr mi- ... . . u . .... Th. .Atimi covprlnir extended only to the rope and beyond thai point there were nnre nonnm. uh nn. nt (h 1,itera Iveen knocked down near the rope ami struck his head on the boards tne resuu muni nar ui serious. The rule covering mo nm, i.iui- la vn.i- nllnll. It MiSdst "The rinir floor shall be padded with felt, cor- lurated papir. matting or oiucr eon inn- I...U1 in n ihleknoa of not less than (in Incli, extending one foot beyond the ring ropes. Willi a lop covering oi canmr, ,i ri. ... Mlmllne material. tllfhtlv I tretched nnd laced to ring platform," A ling floor thus padded tiafeguards boxers from serious Injuries In case of falling or being Knocaeu non-n. u rw lilin,i ..vine thai To Hlcknrd will ace to It that the Harden ring la prop erly padded before he hold any more bout. A some of Itlckard's subordi nate do not appear to be familiar with the rules in rnrce unucr mo winner law. It may Interest them to know that .1.. a... ... ...tnla.fi rnnleli liV annh'lnff at the international Sporting Club. 10 f west toriy-nrsi sireeu Few men have bad more experience . ....! ....... 1,'IIIIa... l..l.tn..M n.nl ! in uoxinjc iiimi n iinujji ...uiuwu, i.. Charles Thorley 1 a veteran In ring event. The fact that they agreed on Welling as the winner of the boul wltn Dundeo naturally has much weight with boxing fans. Nevertheless the writer maintains that In tho matter of points the Italian earned tho decision. Dun dee -la a speedy little chap, full of stamina, but iIocm not hit h.inl enough to break a nlndowpane. Yet In the matter of clean, fair hits he landed four to oaa by Welling. The Italian also did the major part of ttTO leading, and hla defence was excellent, u was proved by the number of time Welling missed. Welling Is tho slowest lightweight In captivity with a heavy punch, but Is unable to land It frequently, owing tn lack of apeed. It Is true that Wclllng's blows did more damsge than Dundee's, and the little fellow had a crimson nose, but In all the other points of tho bout Dundee had the advantage. Tho referees nt tho Harden bouts nrown, White and McPartlanrt were good tn look upon In their white fhnnela, but Tommy Noblo'n rhlof second spoiled Ihe effect. This gentleman appeared In ihe ring corner wearing a eleeveletei red flannel undershirt, his working trousers and a worried look. Thero seems to be no good reason why the seconds should not fittingly array themselves before get ting under a atrong ring light In the presence of 10,000 persons many of the fair eex. TENNIS AT SEABRIOHT. FptcM lo Tito Rcn akd Nw Yoaic Itniit.n. KRAiintnitT, X. J., Hept. 19.On th courts of the Seabrlght Lnwn Tennis and Cricket Club before one of the most enthusiastic tennis gatherings, Includ ing Charles Lnndery, president of the West Side Tennis Club, the challenge round In the club doubles was played this afternoon. 11olcotr.be Ward, paired with Jtcrnon S. Prentice, for many year,! tho club's singles champion, defeated Hooker Talcott. former Harvard racquet wlcldcr, and J. P. Young In straight set 108, 78, 7 B. Following tho doubles match Charles Landers, engaged Frank C, Armstrong, a former Toronto and all Western cham pion, In a singles exhibition match. Hj defeated Armstrong In straight nets, 1210, I G. The cut servleo of the West Bide official coupled with hi book hand drive proved too much for tho local tennis mentor. II. BTElNKIt VICT On. Harold Rtelnar yesterday1 won the golf championship of the inwood Country Club, iterating Dr. N. K. Bprssue In the thirty mi hole final by 2 up. Kleiner waa 4 up la th morning, but bednnlne tha afternoon round Dr. Eeragus mad three of the rim jiolea under par. a flash which rrrovered three holes for hhn. At the tenth Kleiner made, a btrdla to turn. 2 up. Tlie wlnne.' l ad M each lima around, nhllo Dr. Ppraguit as 83 In tha morning and 70 lit the after noon. Bteinar won the championship of Hollywood lwu weeks ago. INTKlt-TJUnVR BASRnAt.I, SKItlKS. IlALTIMOllE, Hept. lO.-Th poat-seaaon aeries between Rt. Paul, pennant winner In the American Association, and Ilattlmore, winner In the International league, will Mien In this elly October t Csmea will be played here October f), 7, O.nnd 10, after which th two teams will bo to Kb. Paul, llm dates tor that city have hot been tn l.oiinet.1. Tlio series will be the best five In nine games, The St. Paul players who hay.) gone to the Nattor.nl and American league will bo eligible. GIANT'S m'Y TWO NPAV PI.WF.UX. INDIANAPOLIS. Hept. 10, Charley White, bouse, pitcher, and Walter (Hutch) lien line, catcher of tho Indianapolis American Association team, have been told to the New York National Leagu club tor delivery nest Siason, It waa announced here yesterday, In return for the two playera Owner Kmlth of the local club WUI ret alx (llant players. PougUS, Ilalrd and Fred (Klnt) Lear an among th alx. Major Leaguo Rccordi for the Last Week The weak's record In eirh Jesgua of ssmea ila)d, wen and lt, Tilth mn, blia, arrora, men left on !. and run arortd by eionnia, Ineludlni taxi' of Haturday, Heptembar I", la as follow I NATIONAL I.llAOUn. ,. P. WM. II. H. B.I.H,On. 1 rooklyn ,,,,. fl.2 M M 10 l SI Neve, lord ,,,, 7 4 fl to M 14 Jil nclnnatl A 2 4 f 61 Id 4 41 I tHhurg 7 S n Id 44 0 21 Plilffio , l il 3d 7d If 4t Sa HI, Ixrula li A 4 M 0 M U h1?,'"? N 4 4 JO 7d 6 0.1 0 I'lilUdrlphl ,,. 0 3 4 42 01 2 31 M AMUltlOAN MIAQUR. , , P. WM. It. II. K.MI Oil, nevelsnd ,.,, T i no a 12 41 0 I'lilearo M 4 3 44 Id 13 4rt 41 Hew York .... u .1 a 4d hi n rl 4i Ht. L)Ull t 4 3 0.1 110 10 02 40 Hoaton ,, 7 3 40 7d 14 07 01 Waahlniton ... d S 4 Vd fll 3 41 l trull a 3 4 ao 70 11 w M I'hlladrlphU ... T 2 11 ill 63 8 40 nt M0T0RB0AT CHAMP WINS THREE CUPS Leads Cruisers In 15 Milo flcenu Iliico of tho Tain afjiia Yacht Cluli. The motoibont season rame to an end jester lay, with the fifth annual ociau rsco of the Tamaqua Yacht Club, As Is often tho case, tho final, brush of ihe yvar brouubt one of the largest fleet of the reason to the starting line nnd also was ono of the most Interesting contents of the year, Out of an entry list of thirty-four boat, twenty-four camo to the starting line. They went over an ocean course of forty-five nautical miles, and all finished but two, which hid engine troublo and had lo withdraw, Tho cmft wero divided Into two dlvl flons and rnceM under the rules and rating of the American Power Host As sociation, which sanctioned the 11 .Meat. In tho larger class, which was for cruis er rating more than 33.50, the winner on both actual nid i-orrccteil time was Champ, thu property nf William Horn'. Tlie victory gave Champ three different ci:p. Oni was for the be', actual time over tho course, another for hrr vie- lory In class A and the third for the lust performance made by any motor boat enrolled la the Tamaijua club dur ing tho season. In the second division, the winner was Pnlcon, tho properly of P. V. Johns of the Hudson Hlver Motorboil Club. 1'al con won on her conected time. The course took the craft from the bell buoy roitth of Manhattan Heach to u mark off Itorkaway Hhna's. Then to another buoy off Hockaway Inlet. The' craft then ran along tho Long island cnist to n mark eff Jones's inlet. Thvy then put out to aea and raced to tho 'imbro.10 Light Ship. They then con tinued on Inward the Jersey coast and rouudei the Hcotland Light Vessel. Then they came home. There was a strong northwest brcese blowing that kicked up a nasty sea. It was rartbailnrly rouch on the way home when a flood tt Jn met the wind. KoRardtrs. of Ihe wind and sen, the powerboats plugged along and made remarkably fast time. The summary: ocka.n' lurT.-ooirnHn, 4.1 mii.i:- HTAIIT, 10 A. M.-4'LAHB A. Utapied Co.rrefte.1 Tim. Tlnv. Yarht end Ownor. H.M.fi. H..M.8. rhamu, IV. Ilond ft (U I 4 M 14 Madeline III.. O. Iteltly 5 1 41 4 M r.i J. M J. M. iMnera . r. 0 23 4 51 ' I (lyro 111.. J. a. pavia n it 0 11 11 Itentllf, P. A. Pelaner ft II 40 ft II 40 lllue ntril, II. It Chllda f. 4.1 00 3 in TA XUrbo, C. J. O'llrkn r. 41 18 6 20 OH Minnie II., tt. V. Itarton.... 0 02 27 .1 21 .TI inoinour. A, . .Minaieion.. . m n .1 01 U-renav.lln. P. O. Thnmas. . rt 01 4S R 21 04 Telcot. N. J. Vsndtrmlndun. 5 43 4il S 2il OS Ituth II., W. T. liod.1 4t :,l r, ib wj Wlmpus, P. tt. Collins Disabled. Itnon, I.. uiuer unauieu. ni.AJtd II. Falcon. i W. Jolin r. TA 1? r. 40 47 .Vatalle II.. A. Nelson. Jr... r. M 1.1 ft 40 01 Comrade, W. Irwin r, M IS 5 4d FJ Viva, A. ITttU.. n " .1 n ' r AdeliiH', P. It. Kolinon B M 23 5 40 13 Wlleaway, 1., Hltllnger 0 II .17 .1 SO 13 Kodak, It. J, H.iallncr 0 07 43 a 32 17 l.tabla, V. C. llsmbler ft 31 14 0 10 Oil Ituthle II., P. lnybell. ...... rt M .IT 11 Id 1 Marlon 11., T. McUce 0 43 00 0 2.1 08 ROD AND mail ivATF.il ron local akolf.hb HMty llmk Prlnri4 Jamaica. Pay mie llorjrvijoe), mr .VfB?W Date. A M. .'.A,. ....... ..... ....... September 20. September 21. Hcptemher 25 September 23 . 12-..W . 1 M . 2A1 !l:47 I'll; 1 .1X1 13.1 i:.ti 2 PI 1.39 8:21 1.17 .114 S:Art !IP) 3:34 4:07 .1A3 4:13 4:30 4u'.7 4:41 3.01 0.10 se,)ieniurr i 4UI0 The tlmo shell la the above tablo b Caaurn one hour. Wente Ihe Meshes la Neta F.nlarged. Appreciating tho fact that we must tmve eominerclal llsblng. 1 am writing thla In the W .SmVs: ;-ho finT'deiiihrm, h sport er r snin m 'w i""""1 . ... ...... Mm.. ...rtntt those, ubo fol ann ni iiw ....... r - low thla calling for an Income to do so. I fully DSIieva inai wia i.ihj .... .v.... when action must bo taken. If fishing Is tO ?unrW l" th" waters of the middle Atlantic Alia norm yunu .. a I mlial be concerted and forcefully conducted. In eonveraauon mm e.i, n,.u. .....-hc-vl depends on flshlni 1 learned that great havoc w Ulng wrouitnt by the use of nets with meshea ot a half Inch, and In many rnsse l" than that. In Iheso ns th; yoeiw flsli r eaueht and tha detructloii Is ippalllng. It the site of the meah was llm. . . . . 1 . . .I.... .I.pk In. I11.. flail Al A Ilea 10 noi ir.. un ...v...-. aood alaee would only be eausht and Ihe young nan womu iiiw . v,,,.v. ...., escape, .. .. . Tlln 0111 ' . ... .. 1 tolden erg cornea to my mind at thla time. and I aincereiy iius, .u. .... ; Ilshermen will not allon their avarlc. to nennlt their rooso to be killed. Pair minded Ilshermen do not want to eee th. commercial llshlng buslnas. Injured, but unlcsa something is done voluntarily etlon must be taken and theso laberr.wn lo-ced to dO certain things that will save tho fish ing m la thla aectlon. Paly renorta of huge fund aet aside by ROD AND GUN. AURORA Iavea Payable Dock, KhrepahoSd nay, dally, 10 A, M.. Eat. 2 P M.: Bun. 3 A. M. Capt. JOK. DASS AND I1WCKFISII-2 A. M .HttNIIAY. irnTt: nn-' iiiica unit Capt. AI1CHY IlUCKNPIt. L.vtv ill.' HI'. A ItASS AMI FIXKK. Sir." EVELYN Xy aa. J!: riant. J. MAIITIM. BbeepShetd Uay. ALERT leaves It. n. dock, Wreck Lead, dally, etc. Mon and Frl., 0:43 train: Sunday 3:23 train. Capt. OEOrtOB WILSON. niqaj, OIACK-SWN. 0:30 I.ONfl nilANPIl nil i n Oil eslly 8 A. M.. esc. Mon., mm J m III from sneepsneaa nay, IISs - - " enpt. iamib H.vnMa. ill- inihiinr Hoots. 13.0.'.. Ilnlncoata. s:..00. Army li''b(r Jerkln. 33.03. Iilankjia, 42.00. Wool Underwear. 11.23. 8hnes. 2.0j. TifiMP.. 3S3 ltrldce St.. llrooklyn. Hunday 0:30. Dally exc. Mon. and Frl., 8:30, from Hllver Wave, Frecport. Pro 2, in- eluding halt. CAPMAN llJTO. Ht,AClI FIBH1NO HPNDAY It A. M. DI.AI.U r jf(ivM 8hwpthf(l niy ,0 Vjo. Pfjpfln A. M. dally for Fluke. lK(Xl lb"" Capt. FRANK nAUMANN. dUaRe leaves Canaralo every day A. M. CCPI. il. KUWL.A.NU. rsjcniPA dally 8. Bun. 7. Bat. 2 P. It , AMtltlbft Bntepshead Bar. J. Mtcittel. '4 KRAMER LOSES RACE TO GOOLLET The Bpcnccr Hoys Outride Eaton nnd flrondn In New ark Cycling Match. Alfred doullot defeated Frank I. Kramer In ten mile rcd match rate at the Velodrome In Newark yesterday afternoon, The re w hot all tin way ond told on Kramer, who w prelty tired Indlvldu! when It rani to the last lap of the grind, Ooullet printed around Kramer on the back stretch and beat him to th tap by a length. The tlm wa 30 minute 1 M second good ello, Arthur and Willie flpencer defeited Itay nton nnd Alfred Orenda tn two out of threo heat of n ono mllo team match race, drenda won the flrt ht, but Arthur Bpencer ramo back and took Iho next two. In tho first heat Hrenda too a filer threo lap from home, or when half the distance of the race w eov ered. Ila got away and although the Bpencer brother chased him they wcte unable to overtake him and he won, arrndo pulled Katon In the second best and Willie Hencer.iullod Arthur. Kiton was In the lend going Into the last isp, but Arthur rmln around him and ,ill won tho race. Th Ihlnl nnd de, in; heat was won by Arthur Ppencer, tiho rod from the front, and with Willi In second place JJnton nd (Irenda wer unable to get around, Uoth of th Hpen cer boy finished acres the line In front of Eaton. . ltegglo MeXamara, of "Iron man" fame, won two races. He look the 'wo mile Invitation from Alex MclJralh and Eddie Madden nnd In a mile consolation raco for non-winner In the laat meet led Tom Hello. Flovd Krebs and Lloyd Thomaa over tho line. Charley Plcrcej' won a ono mile open race, beating Arthur Bpencer, Itay Eaton, Willie Spencer, Alf Uoullet ami Frank Kramer In that order. Pleicey won by catching th (leld napping and stealing away to a big lead. Aim, Watt of tho Hay View Wheelmen wor the half.mllo handicap, while Julio Han barber of the rame club won the iv mile Class A Invitation. The suinnuM 1 One lll Opon fl'rofeislonall.-Won by fhsrley Pleruey, Australia! Arthur Hrnnrsi, Toronto, seeondi llaymond Paton, Newark, lllrdi William Ppi-neer, Toronto, fourti Alfred lleullet, Newark, flftbi Irai Kranur. Kaat Oranc. altth, Time, a U, Half Mil Handicap (Aiiilour.-Von , Andy Watts, llay View Wheflmeii (30 yirJf llolwrt Walthour. Newstk (30 yardsl, st cndi Tom ntislmmona, Kaat Orane in yards), third! Henry Kally, Pay ,VI' Wheelman (41 yardai, fourth. Time, 0 ', One Mil Conenlatlon (ProfeaMonal). W- 1 Itrclnald McNamara, Australia: Tn: 1 liello, llrooklyn, aeeond: Hoyd Krbs, In liiston, third: Lloyd Thomat, Han Iraa clico, fourtht Wllllain Ilraklr.e, Australia, fifth . Time. 2127 1-5. . . One Mile Novlre (Amteur).-Won by Xt. en Lamb. Newark: Jerry Mayer, Ncwau, eeeond, Time, 2117. To Mil Insllallon (Profeaslonal),-W ,n ly Ileslnald MeNamars, AutrA,lt A1,t Mcllrath, Australia, aemnd: P.ddla Madditi, Newark, third: I.loyd Tliomsa, Fan Fran, tlsco, fourth: Cecil walker, Australia, flftl.. Vlme. 3:47 2-3. One Stlla Consolation (Amateur).-Won by Jaek Klmmer, Ncsiarki Jerry Nunilat., Pnlone Hrortlvn Italtana, second; VMU Mullen, Past Ornnse. third. Fells Paul 1 nlone Ppouha Itallana, fourth, Tliu 2 4-5, Two Mile Handicap (Profesatonat). W01 by Uoyd Thomaa, San Francisco (00 yards), John Iledelt. I.ynbmok, L. I. (lM yards), trend; Kdwanl llyron. Australia (ID yards), third; (lus Lamr, Irvlnston (iW yards), fourth: William ItraMne, Australia tll.1 ortls), fifth. Time, 31332-3. Two Mile Invitation (Amateur).-Won by Pari Hambaeher, llay Vlw Wheelmen: An thony Young, Hoy View Wheelmen, ewondi William Peek, llay View Wheelmen, third Tom Fltsslmmons, Past Orange, fourth. Time. 4 -20 2-3. On Mile Team Match nae (Professional!. Arthur and William Spencer, Toronto, is, titymond l.'aton. Past Orange, and Alfred C-rtnda, Australia. Won by Speneer bro!her. Plrat heat won by drenda: IV. Ppeaeer. a-cond. lime, Sill 13. Irfiat ilchtli mils 0 13 3-3. Second heat Hon by A. Fpsncers Eadn, eieond. Time, 2:40 D". I-it eighth nil; 0:12 2-S. Third heat won by A. Hptnrer; P.atnn. eieond. Time, 2:0. Im slrhlli mils. 0:12 3-.".. Ten Mil Pared Match n.c (Profts alonal), Prank U Kramer. Poat Oranc-, va. Alfred nnullet, Newark. Won by Ooullct. Time, 20:01 J-3. Mcf.inti: and CLinu nox nrtiTf. PHII.API2I.riHA. Pept. lO.-FranVIs Wi P.ulr ot Wllllamsport and Jackie Clark of Alltntown battled to a draw In a alow eight round bout here laat night. GUN NEWS pnoM beitemukii 20 to scitemhek 24. (lovernora Wllletn New inland A.M. P.M. Point Haven 1 ..... A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. &.ik 3:30 2:40 3:87 3:41 4:30 4jl'i 3:3 3:17 2:10 .1 .oa 3:30 4:47 4:33 4 .17 43X 4:40 0:02 il:.'.U 7:10 0 07 7.07 7:M 3 17 0:44 7:31 8:04 3.13 MJ 7 '34 8.1S fil.10 S'J3 atandard time, For daylight saving time add rommerclal fishermen to mmbnt If isH'nllcn has Increased the feeling of thoso wlio fish for sport agalnat those who fish for business and unleas there ta an asraktnlng on tha part of th commercial fishermen they era going to find an army made up of the public car rying th flrht along line U1.1t will l.url them more than they have any Idol. My teellnss can readily be approbated by the fitt that I nm willing to contribute, to ward any fund that will in.vka It possible l save fishing for sport's sake, Urldgcport, Conn. Dr. FIIPD J. TPn.Sr.R. Partridge Season In New York Open Oct. 13. About 1,000 copies of the gam laws far 1020 liavu been distributed from thu offtcs of the conservation Commission, In whl.'h the open season for partrldgn or ruffe' arouso la given aa October 1 to Nowmbir SO. both Inclusive. According to n talsmsnt Just Issued by the commission, the optrl ' son for partrldg or ruffed grouse, as stt by law. I October IS to November 13, both In clusive, Snd th season printed In such Copies of the game laws aa havo been dis tributed Is a clerical error. All game i.ms sent out hereafter will Include the currnt season, and the Conservation Commission wishes lo call the attention of all whp may hate received the books so far clrcuia'.Md to this error. In tha syllabus of t!u a laws, which Is given to every applicant for a hunting license, the grouse season is cor reetly stated. BOD AND OUN. iiasb. vixnr. ano ntACKrisn. . . Pally 8 A. M. except Mon- Glraldagissd'B?r.'A-M- . leavea Osborn Dock tiP head Pay. dally 10 A. M. Sunday 7t30 P. M. Capt. IIARRT RIOPY. RLJ1 ..nrr. SHAMROCK KEA BASS AND BLACKFISII. ieais nneepuncau B A. M., Bun. 7 A. W, MlSCILU fe' oVt Carries ran fishermen than a rlioM UATTlIll Uscept Jionoar. any other boat. Cupl. KXOLANU 7 A. M. Kvery day Sheepshead Cay. w vrrt,ntv llssa V niacktlsh. I leaves Hammer's Pecs. COL1 lfva Wreck Isd Station dslly, exc. Mon. and Irl., 8 -43. Train Bunday VI" Capt. JAKI7 ItATltMAA RoseR.II S i.-i rillt ANI1 SKA"llA I.va. I'anarsle 7 . m.j SO Bundav. DICK PPrtSOf Sim. 7 :30. .n.v of fluke. Copt. CHAR ;U riisiA5TaaTe flbeepshead Pay dally J ELIVlAK " M. Pun. 7:30. OL'iRAU. rli UttWTlUl f4MMk i Uiei-