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Harry Payne Whitney's Great Horses Pennant and Tumbler Victors in Stake Races at Saratoga in Fast Time
THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1916.
VENTURA LANDS ON
ROCKS OFF ISLAND
HOME OF LEPERS
In Dense Fog, Commodore
Bnker's Yacht Runs Aground
in X. Y. Y. C. Cruise.
FOl'R OTHER CRAFT
MISSIXG AT FINISH
NiwroRT, R. I., All. 7. tn beating
out of Uuiinrda liny to-day In the
Snal run of the New York Yacht Club
cruise, Commodore Oeorge F. Raker's
SO foot laeht Ventura run aground on
the rocks off Pekinese Island, a tiny
le inhahlted by a colony of lepem. 1
Jever.il of the other rnclng ynchta w
the Ventura In trouble and reported t
to the steamer that were with the fleet.
Morton F I'lnnt's Vanadls at once went I
. j -nj . u- , , I
,y .... ....v...n u.uiibi-i
aide aKea n it couia nerp. tneet cap
tain Orenvllle Kane, who represented
Commodore Hiker on the craft, said that
it the tide was rising, the Venturn was
In no danucr and would flonl off In
time. This probably hnppened, us a
launch from the steam yacht May, the
property of J. R. De Lamar, could
not find the Ventura when It circled the
iiland a little later. A thick fog and
heavy weather was the cause, of tho
accident.
Sailor Ion Overboard,
It ww a had day for the Ventura
from tle start Just before the sig
nal founded to cross the line, a'aallor
went overboard. Quicker than It takes
to tell of the Incident, a life buov was
tthrnwn to the man. who held it until
a bvt mm lowered and picked him up.
The Ventura was not tho only yacht
that did not finish. When the com
mittee camo ashore It had no word of
Henry Whltnn's schooner Invader. J. P.
Merpnn's llrsyllng, Aithur F. Luke's
Kathiine and O. (J. Jennings's Pauline,
two 40 fojt.;r. or the 3) footer Alera.
whl'h helones tn J. L. Cutler. The
GrayllnR w.n found at anchor In the
hatbor, Vlci-Commodore Morgnn having
alien up the contest.
The fleet entered Newport harbor
tinder wretched conditions. Ho thick
a the fop that It was Impossible for
the race committee, on board the stenm
I ac!it Viking, to see Ilrcnton Reef light
ifji-fl, which was at tho other end of
the line.
Th run was for cups offered by Vice
Ccmm'xlnre J. P. Morgan. It was from
Mattapnljiett, a distance of thirty-two
mllfF. Not only did the yachts race
through a heavy fog but they were
compelled to light a stiff head wind for
the creator part of the contest.
r.lrna Is First Home.
The lleet was ld Into port by Morton
F Plant's Kiena. which made the run of
thirty-tmn nilles In 4 hours 19 minutes
and r.: second" actual time. Elena took
the lend on th reach from Hen and
Chickens Hunt, Aurora being first to
round the vesael. The Plant schooner
won one of the vice-commodore cups for
fchoners, the other going to Amorllla.
i:iflii alM bat Irollta In a mixed class
b more than u ha'f hour.
Th friundrnn cup for large sloops was
taken by Cornelius Vanderbllt's Aurora,
which bent Vlnsotne, her class compet
itor, by K minutes and 39 seconds. The
cup for small sloops went to Zllph, the
iecon.1 forty to finish. Squnw, winner In
the to foot class, would have won the
cup had i-lie been ineHKured. In the 30
foot class Silhouette won from Okce
III. hy S minutes nnd 17 seconds. In
this division the Howdy finished third,
with a broken port spreader nnd a split
mast.
Not since the cruise started have the
yachtsmen had more spirited starts than
troe witnessed to-day. The gods were
aa-aln exceedinxly kind to the cruising
tars and when the race committee estab
lished the starting line off Nyes Idge
the wind was coming from the southwest
and kicking up quite a sea on Buzzards
Bay There was only one drawback to
the day. A heavy fog hung over the
waters that hid everything within 100
jards of the committee tug.
neallzlng that It was going to be a
Ir.nf and wet race, the majority of the
yachtsmen cast aside their white flan
nels and appeared In oilers and sou'west
er A the wind came It was a beat
from the starting time to Hen and
Chkkens Light, the first turning mark.
Adlos First Across.
The little fellows again led the fleet,
nartmir at ;40 o'clock. The majority
eed aiound the weather mark, ran
flown the line and shot over on the star
hoard tack, when the whistle was
sounded. Adlos waa first away.
The start of the forty footers was a
lht that long will be remembered. Out
of the fog the sloops came down on the
line so bunched that It seemed Impossi
ble for them to cross without one or
more collisions. Under splendid way
Pampero shot across the stern of the
committee boat and crossing on the port
ttck stood out toward the windward
nd of the line. Pampero footed so fast
that she quickly crossed the bows of the
forties that were crossing on the other
tack.
Zllph, which attempted to turn the
me trick, was not so fortunate. As
he tried to cut across 'the bows of the
achts on the starboard tack Zllph was
icrren; about by Malsle. The yachts were
so cloe when Zllph went about that the
committee held Its breath, fancying that
there would be a collision. Jessica,,
,,,ir -iiuiii nn tt coill.iun, .icnoit.,
ihlch belongs to Wilson Marshall, made
a rr.es. of the start, crossing too soon.
Then to mati. matter, worse the craft
did not return.
Winsome Heata Aurora Across.
Henry L Maxwell, who la sailing
Winsome, got his revenge on Chris
chrlstlaiion, the skipper of Aurora,
nhcn the two slsty-flve footers came
down on the line. Winsome went over
on the starboard tack and stood out to
leeward The Aurora was sent across
on the other board a few seconds later
nd at once stood out to windward.
Ilefnre they were eaten up by tho
fog both yachts came about and when
they met Winsome crossed Aurora's
how and at once tacked under her
eather how. As they were lost to sight
Aurora seemed to be footing; faster,
hut not pointing as high as the other.
Wg yacht.
PmlMldy the best start of the day
made by Rear Commodore Harold
anderbllt. When the D schooners
'tsrled at io:05 Vagrant was running
'long tho line, It was mighty hard
work 10 judKe the time, but Vanderbllt,
no !:ik at the wheel, made no mis
Wk9. when ho finally stood for the
, Jlne it looked as though he waa going
51 start too hoon. Luffing her headsails
Just enough to atop her speed without
polling 1-er way the youthful rear com
modore was able to place his schooner
crosa the line absolutely on tha whistle.
Just before Vagrant started the steam
Jjeht Diana, the property of former
, commodore C, Ledyard BbUr, otinded
"ma no, evidently aifMtuac v
The Sun-Press
"ARATOUA, Aaajaat T. Seventh
the Saratpia AMoelatloa. Weather
691 ri?ST RACE-Thre-u-o.ii and upward. Belling. Bit furlongs. Pu
n-.'. ''I5 lSV. ' t. 1.11. Off. 2 40. Winner, br. f. by Voler-I
Owmr. J.
BUTLER.
drlv-ln...
Trainer, j,
Indeg.
C.V1
S' I
Horse. TTt.
Onti in
Sir w.JrtnH'n 121
, t, U li u, rin.
J 14 t'H 7 i
t 7' in, '
l S'
l 5' t'H
a i" 2i 'i &i
s , i ;
i i m
i is m 'h
I 4'H 4 '
10" 10" 10" !
11 II II II 11
Port Light
11?
411
lit
114
IK
141
111
IIS
101
III
Kn.
- tHuntreis .
Busy Joe
441 (Illness ,,,
lOlbraltar '
IWoodfair
rr. .' . '.iwn. iiiirn. true, I ai .w.airr, vanning tutrii . . , ,
.J.VlM ."ro,, I" In front division and waa quickly rushed imo the lead, from which
porition he u never reneiea. At the turn Vermont wai sent alter the paw. but could
mai.e no Impression on leader, which won aa he pleaaed, Sir William Johnson rame
.. .i. i,on.ff TV bck it the middle of the turn and ran over Vermont for the .plait,
in the last slxtier.th Port Light alto ruiihed past Vermont. Iloth Vermont and Kens
hnj-edearly foot, but failed to atsy the Journey
692
SfTOND RACK-Steeplcchase. Three -
inira. i.iree. 1500 aided Time I
by imnl-Devotloit Owner. O R.
Index.! florae.
non eeiir. naee mime.
w.l'l.
St.
u,
y IWatertown
473 fAffnn . .
I
147 I
J'
ft!
3'
l
71 IChlralry
141 I
" otordnoto8'in,
is:
117 I &
71 IKin Simon
44
4'
ml.Mle of the birkatretth the lat time around
Qliardlan Satnl 1ri Amu hill IK vtin hum,
1 1 pace in earl rnnn'.nr. ran in atrnnr atviM
" m M "M- "f nd bark at tlmea and beat the faet llrlnt fluardlan Saint for
0.,"' rnonif. Klnr Simon performed In different taahlon than on the occaaion of ,hl lat
uHiKi,, uut irii wnrn mawins nia run
693
THinn RACB llandleap. Two-year-old.
5.KSi,3 "' ' Winner,
Start cood
Won eauly.
Indez.1 Horee.
wt SI.
(470) ITumblee
is II i t
i :ns
l; s i
ti: 4 ft' 4
n 4 i
15 5 7 7
104 7 '
is ITom McTatitrt
77 'Haul
477 lMetrorie
I Rabcock
70 IPrtierlo
4 I'Tyrant
".anion entry
Tn-nbler broke fast, dlaposed of Basil In first quarter, then drew out Into wlnnlnr lead,
to to ot on.1 score In eaay fashion at end. Tom McTartart, always well up. had no
etrue. la not in claaa with the winner, though holding the olhera fife. Rasll ran his
rare. Frlserln showed nothing.
694
FOURTH RACB The Delaware Handicap. Three-year-olds and upward. One mile.
Value. I1IW0. Time. 1.J7 3-5. At post. 4 01. Off. 4 M. Winner, rhh.br Teter
".in Royai Rote. Owner. H. P. WHITNEY. Trainer. J. Howe, Start poor.
won easily i-je onnnr.
Index.! Horse.
Wl. St.
(Mil Pennant
(SMi mtromboll ,
!Ed Crump ....
t: Trial by Jury..
. iThe Finn
137
1?:.
isi
114
3i
(IS
li
SI
t
ftH
& irriatie
Ml
SitjIi hcilntlterffoM. firumnr. Band Marsh.
Pennant waited In behind the pic, for first three-quarters, then moved up to leaders,
wis bit with the whip a few tlmea: drew away and won easily Slromboll was slightly
Interfiled with by Ed Crump Just before reachtnr furlong pole In stretch, then came on.
but did not threaten winner. Ed Crump had no excuse. Trial by Jury had speed for
sis furionss and then retired. The Finn never a enntenier Frlnle was left at post
695
FIFTH RACK Three-year-oti'a and
I:ll4-r. At noil. 4:17.
Off. 4:11
CLEVELAND STABLE. Trainer.
Index.' Horse. Wt St.
ftM ISam Slick .... lie I I
- - iRelrlan Trooper 1S 17
424' Royal Meteor... Ill I 4
'Jarklet 11 1
F Reran
4
ft'
14
IP
-i
41
a
i
4
10i ,
121
!
f74 IDr Oremer . .. 11 2
C7
Nlrel ins It
4
ICS
i
4
171
4
v
in
141
141
1
12'
141
C7S
471
S1
tlob's Ola-a ..... 104
Pollv Connelly., loo
IGarbare 113
11
IMBirnu
ICarltnn O.
ISevillian
is
113 I 3
ie ' 1
111 I 10
ftr
7
,I4
.a
i
134
144
4K IReethoven .
45 IF.IIrweather
107
(7a IMonmouth 11
inravo lift
4t IDsr Da? lt
Ml iShootlnr far... 104
74
11"
a...,..hi- n v UllUr Vauahnn. Dalnaernelil. Salon
Sam Slick never far Irom the parr, came away at the head of the stretch and had
some I hi n left at the end Relrtai: Ttooper saved rround on the stretch turn and out
mushed the others Rnyal Meteor toned the pace, but tired badly In final ftirtnnr and
waa lucky to finish third Dr Oremer quit badly Brave showed nothlna aa did Shooiir.c
Star.
696
SIXTH RACE-Malden two year-old
Time, lies At post. s:ip tin. ?:in
L1FFE STABLE
Trainer. W.
C
lndex.1 Horse.
)Mlda
ms (Klttentth 1
are Iriwiinla . ...
472 IWInrol I
lOdda and Ends.
IPreciee . .. .
(Arrow . .
IFelucca
(Glory Belle .
Afleitlon
Wt I St. 4 U
114 I 5' 4'4
114 4 24 2'
111 7 4
114 I ft 44 3'
tit , 1 1 I'
lit, 3 10' 7'
114 (7 1' 14
111 11 II '
HI I 4 74 11
114 1 to 4
114 4 !'
e,..i,h..l ISatttnm n1a
Mlda beran slowly, moved up fist rounding
Kittenish vhen itrulrhtened tn stretch, drew
manner. Kittenish outbroke and nut run in
on the outside of her field, but could not stand
I.. - nl mrmm -ln in Anilincr her rarinz leC
reached and thnuah holc'lnc balamr safe, did
cuse. Arrow nan pienir ot eariy epri,
other craft In the fug. The whistle
might "lave caused trouble had Van
derbllt mistaken It for the surfing sig
nal. Fifth and last sqisdron ran Matanetsett to
Newport, August 7, distance 33 miles.
NEW TORK YACHT CLt'B THIRTY FOOT
ERSSTART :40.
El speed
Finish. Time.
Terht and Owner. H.M.8. II. M.S.
Silhouette. E. H. Trestlce 4 15 23 7 13 21
nitu 111 I. i: Hammeraler.. S 01 SO 7 21 SO
Les Mona, O. R. Kulenkampff, .1 21 7 23 22
Amos. r. i nicnara o w .m .
Alera, J, L. Cutler
,. Time not taken
8LOOP8-CLAS8 P, 8PECIAI.-8TART :I0.
Aleda. J. W. and E. P. AUer. 4 2.1 47 43 47
Silhouette. K. H. Prentice 4 52 2.1 7 12 21
Cnm.ted time Aleda, ( ill ;41 1 Silhouette,
t:2t:ll.
NEW YORK YACHT Cl.l'B FORTY FOOTERS
8TAKT
Squaw, J. S. Lawrence 1 J7 34
Zllph. J. R. Haves. Jr I OS 02
Rowdy. II. 8. Dnell 4 04 21
Pampero, Dr. Jamea Bishop.,, 4 10 17
Mistral. 0. M. Pynrhon 4 14 30
Rlai-k Hack. H. K. Rourne ... 4 22 01
Malsle, II. B. Plant 4 23 23
Shawara. Harold Wesson 4 IJ 02
a urn
a 31
SUM
s 17 at
4 45 25
7 14 02
Katharine. A. H Luke...,
Pauline, O. ti. Jennings...
Jessica, Wilson Marshall..
Time not taken.
Time not taken.
Ptsqusllned.
SLOOPS-CLASS K START :tt.
Aurora, C. Vandsrbllt 1 II ft 4 41 U
Winsome, P, W. Itouas 1 47 14 4 II M
SLOOPS CLASSEB L AND II, SPECIAIe
BTART (:H.
Madera. H. O. 8. Nobl IBM
Kalian. W. C. Forbes t 47 M
4149
117 14
Neither yacht asasored.
CLASS U SPECIAL START t:H-COUB8B
a MILES.
Deris. C. . Hllllsr M II 41 11
Isadora, H. O. 8. Nobl. 1 n M I 41 03
Corrected time en Deris. 1:14 :4ft; Medora not
measured.
NEW YORK YACHT-CLUB FIFTIES-START
(.mil. a n Nlehola IMS ft 1 2
Ksmnrl. W. Earl Dodge 1 W 11 ft 11'
J'"?"' J?'i' n.k., j;'t:::: Time not Vkei
arayTirw. J. P- Morgan Time not taken.
.r-ttnnvKns-ri.Ais r START 10:00.
, SCHOONERB-CI.ABH f BTAIII ' 10
i .-,., Dem.rest Lloyd 4 04 04
, MUadi, (1. W tlwtt."....!!!" ' 01 S3 7 Jl 23
I'nrrected lime Amorllla, 6 111 :4
4 orrectea time eimotui., ....
' 5:M:I1.
5:M:I1.
SfHOONEBS-CLASS E. SPECIAL.
viin. I'iniaA. W. L. Baldwin., ft 03 04 7 3
iJ'.VX "i TS V. .... a -1 s n ?a
,rS""' .Ja 1V0I ii. i'ii-asi Fir u Cloud
Corrected tlme-lrollta, 4. 41, as, rirmg 11011.
" gCIIOONER8-(XAS8 D START 10:05.
Irollta, K. W. Clarke 1 2i 2
u Vanderbllt 1 4ft
.
4 40 .
I Corrected tlme-lrollta, 4:h:j: vagrani not
measured.
SCHOONERS (TLABS n, BPKCIAU
V.lona. U. F. Plaat 21 as l M
Irollta. E. W. Clark... 2
Corrected time Elena, 4:11:21;
8 2 S
Irollta.
4 41 Mi . , mv. .... , ,A,.a
, I., r n arms 3 a d.
t 24 K
i.,.ii.r. H. Wklton Tim. not taken.
SPECIAL CLAB8-BTAHT Io:B,
Sea Fei, Dalles B. Pratt 1M 0 1 44 M
Invader, H, Whlton Tim. not taken.
BALDWIN LEADS FIELD.
CHICAGO, Aug. 7, uooa scores were
made to-day in the elimination round
for the city golf chmplonshlp by pub
tic llnkt players at the Jackson Park
course, Kenneth Baldwin of the Lin
coln Park links led the field with 70
strokes, within two of the course record,
set several years ago by Chick Kvana,
national open champion. Murray Dom
ini of Marquette Park public links waa
second with "Z, havln taken a 7 for
the par five first ttole. Walter Crowdua.
Olympian Fields, runner up In last
vaar'a tournament, and Lea Thllgea,
Uarquette Pgr, tied for third place
wita 74.
Racing Chart
day !
clean track fast.
Purse. Slot.
it voter Mosoinio.
Won eotlly. Place
Mccormick start ooa.
Jockey.
II Shilling..
Petrotf
F. Murphy.,
hall .........
McUalirr ...
Op. CI. PI. Sh.
6 - 7-10
20 25 4
1 7-1 1 M
1-10 1-10 5S 1-4
30 40 12
:o :r. 4
14 12 4 1-4
SO II) 10
16 SO 7 i
30 40 II
100 100 40 20
Martin
Lapaille ....
Itm-hngame..,
Hunt on
I.yke
year - olds and upward. Maidens. About two
24 Al noat. ICS oil. 1 in winner, nr. s.
TOMI
M I'll INS
Trainer. O. R. Tnmpklnn
Start
ft"
i
IH
a
Pin. Joekey.
! Smoot i.
I' Kennedy
S' Kelleher
4" Kohter
S Kenn
On.
CI
:
Pt.
J
'
4-t
I
!
3
30
so
10
Pell III. llayea
Prom that ataae on he wan preeaed by 1
tnunA him ntlirh tha Ival Arnn. Wll
on i
half mtt an,4 waa aatlv arnnd. Chlvalrr
9I furlont. Puree. Iftoo,
Time. I.1IJ-6.
Owner, H. P.
eh. e.. by All Oold-rilpnap
riace drlvlnc
Kin.'
.Incite-.
Op. CI. PI. Sh,
1 II l- -
s s :-ft -
15 M Ml
?0 5ft 6 1
31 3
ft ! 1-5
50 M 3
1
M
4
ft"!
I
7
Notter
Tt, Hoffman. .
Iluiton
Klracfihaum..
Hurllniame...
Loftua
Mink
3
4
II
:4
Kin.
1
-t
I'
(i
ft"
Jockey.
Notter
fiflus
O. narner ...
IE. Cimpbell,
McCahey ...
Darles
Op CI. PI. Sh.
t-5 - M -
7-2 9-i 7-t 1-4
4 7 3 2 l-f
12 lft 4 -e
20 30 7 3
M 40 15 I
upward Selllnr. One mile. Purse. IVH. Time.
Winner, ch . Rocksand Art lul Owner.
Air .nn1 Wnn eaallr. Place itrlrlnr
. Kin. Jockey. On CI PI Sh
V
lllrrne
20
I
4
3'
41
2 Iliivton
31 Trotler
41 Doyle
fti Pelroff
4' Connolly ,,,,
7 "Lapallle
iMcAtee
S'4IK Campbell,
104 I Rowan
11' II Shilling ..
I2i lllannver . .,,
IJi '.Martin
II' (Allen
IS' h.vke
14 IE Campbell.
174 It Hoffman.
1 Hmhes
t Panes
11
lft
40
30
ft
10
4
40
12
(
40
4
40
yi
30
40
40
ft
too
-
4
3
lft
i
15
a
ft
is
54
10
ill
4
171
411,
12'
13' 4
144
Il
IS
141
W
114
40
y
12
40
4
40
40
31
40
100
10
ion
is
12
12
IS
40
4
40
1
1-:
Miles Flv and a half furlopys Purse, two
winner. 01 or nirr snore, uwner. wim
Clancy,
Start good Won easily
Place drlvlnr
4
Fin. j Jockey.
On.
ci. n sh
i imnton
2' IConnoilT
3' 'T MrTairart
44 IMcAtee
S (Campbell ....
Mill! .. ..
74 K Haines ..
. 4
4 ft
ft
20
30
20
12
40
30
30
19
4
f-r. 7-I
I'
34
ft'
9-10
ft
1-3
-
4
10
lft
30
?o
15
1M
JO
21
12
4 I
4
40
0
c
ft
4
9'
1"
II
Witts
Hrrne
Mink
Hut well
11
10'
turn Into homestretch cleverly disposed of
awav In last furlonr to score In ,iv
nrsi qiisrirr, weni 10 ine ironi witn a men
off the .-hallente of the winner. Oadlola oft
iiiii, mi -niuiir iii-n niinirpi r.un nai
not threaten nrst two. vttngoid had no ex -
.mni -
TO SAIL FOR TITLES
ON GREAT SOUTH BAY
Amityville Is Rendezvous for
Yachtsmen on Eve of
Annual Regntta,.
AMtTrni.t.g, U I.. Aug. 7 For the
first time in Its history the Yacht RncinK
Association of Great South Hay has used
this port as the rendezvous for Its an-
rual cruise. In former seasons the Corln-
. . .t.. .........
2 X. I ."iiii line Koim-rrii nt 1110 iiaiiyiun
4 20 02 1.. . '
?:i;iiache Club. This year the Unuun
, r'nritilhlnn Vfuht rlnK n.1,.,1 .1,. n,n
rendexious be held off Its anchorage
here. To accommodate the Amityville
sailors the Yacht Racing Association
lengthened Its cruise and ordered that
the fleet gather at this port to-day.
Aa It la Impossible to race large yachts
off Amityville the rendesvoua Is simply
one of a social nature. Dr. Oeorge E.
Rice, president of the Tacht Racing As
sociation, arrived early In hla flagship
to take command of the fleet By colors
to-night more than J00 small yachts
were anchored off the clubhouse.
This evening the club held a mess din
ner,, followed by a smoker and a vaude
ville entertainment. To-morrow the fleet
will proceed to the Babylon Yacht Club
at will. In the afternoon the first chart!
p0nehlp regatta will be sailed, under the
I auspices of the Babylon organization.
' There will be no attempt at a squadron
run on Wednesday. In the morning the
,UI, t'H ,. v..,.ve.., . .,, ll."l M,.lh ,i,c
I t proceeds at will to Bay Shore, where
the second championship race will be
uriu uunvr ine auapn.cn ui ine nay niiore
Yacht Club. This Is also an Innovation ;!
heretofore the fleet has always sailed ill-
04,r.ct frnm Habvlnn tn Hn wills on the I
'
"econa ,a' OI no cruise.
xhur.,t .1 ,.in. i,. .
On Thursday at morning colors a
suuadmii run will start from Hay Shore
, to Sayvllle. on Thursday afternoon
. there will b
there will be another championship re -
gatta, and In audition mere will lie sailed
a race for the Queen of the Hay cup, tho
moat Important yachting trophy nn
Ureat South Hay. On Friday the squad
ron will rnce to Heliport Hay nnd In the
afternoon there will be held the fourth
championship regatta. That evening the
majority of the fleet sail back to
I'atchogue to be ready for the last cham
pionship regatta on Saturday.-
Among the boats which will sail In the
more Important P and Q classes are J,
W. Overton's Alva, four times cham
pion : Fred C, Thurber's Wanda, an old
Herreshoff sloop, and J. W, Lawrence's
sloop Kid. In the Q class Gilbert Doug
las's Invader, a new boat which won tho
championship lawt year nnd the queen of
the Hay cup, will meet Clarence Wes
ton's Dixie, W, T. Hnyward's Count and
W. Kreamer'a Challenger, nil llireo of
which boats haie been altered In rig
snd partly rebuilt since Inst summer.
The yachts that Joined Iho squadron
here to-day Included J. W, Lawrence's
ICId, (J. Grotnge's Moonray. Commodoro
Ieowden'a Nedwol, K, I. Foster's Cecil,
M. C. Palmer's Swastika. K. M. Van
Hofe'a Beatrice, B. F. Johnson's Solly,
(J, Hehard'a Madeline and Louis Smyth's
Hesitation.
PENNANT AGAIN IS
KING OF THE TURF
Rpjrnlns Title by Cnrryinir 127
Ponnds Over Mile Course
in 1:37 B-5.
TUMBLER RACES FAST
SAnATonA, Aug. 7. It was Hnrry
I'ayne Whitney's day at the trnck. In
cidentally It was a memorable afternoon
for Trainer James Howe and Jockey Jce I
Notter. This trio shared In the victories
of Pennant and Tumbler. The formtr
captured the Delaware Handicap anil
the latter won the Cohoes Handicap. In
j order to make, It-good measure for the
, Whitney stable Oadlola finished third In
jthe last rncs.
I Pennant proved that he Is the beat
horse In training. He carried 127 pounds.
Hop weight, and raced the mile course In
1 :37 3-5, a fifth of a second behind the
track record hung up by Ocean Hound
In 1910. He ran the half In 0:48 1-5 and
the six furlongs In 1 :12 4-.1.
Pennant conceded two pounds to
Ktromholl, the Saratoga Handicap win
ner, and beat him easily. He won easily
despite the fast time. The start was
none to good for Pennant and Stromboll
nnd they raced third and fourth respec
tively behind ltd Crump and Trial by
Jury to the head of the stretch.
Teat Came la the Slretch.
The crucial test came when the horses
turned into the stretch. Ed Crump enme
wide, foroing out Pennant. Loftus swung
Stromboll through the opening and
passed Trial by Jury, but was blocked
by Kd Crump nnd compelled to pull up.
This cost him a length. Meanwhile Pen
nant had taken the lead. He raced out
strong to the end and won In clever style.
StrTnboll passed Kd Crump In the last
fifty yards and finished second. Loftus
made a serious blunder when he tried to
net through next the rail. Hut for this
Strninboll would have forced Pennant to
do his best.
Pennant Is now the only horse In
training who has been a champion for
three year'. He won the Futurity of
191.1, was the best three year old In
1914 and to-day clinched his tltlo for
this season. He did not race In ID IS.
Tumbler Bans fJrent Rare.
Tumbler's triumph was nenrly ns Im
portant aa was Pennant's. Ho conceded
uelght to all of his opponents and beat
them In a canter after leading nil the
way. lie ran the half In 0 :4S 1-3 and
the five furlongs In 1 :00 2-5, nnd Just
romped out the six furlongs In 1 :13 3-"
thi
fastest six furlongs run by any two-i
scar-old this senson
Watrrtown won tho steeplechase In a
big canter, making the fourth raco that
(Swynne It. Tompkins has won In Keven
days of racing. Tompkins to the stee
plechase game Is what nowe Is to the
sport on the flat.
Vermont proved a false favorite In the
first race and was badly beaten, Gnat
winning easily after leading nil the way
niial U-au 1.1.1 l,n frnm tl f.OO .a ti "(It
7-iolaml retnlned. Henry Fink did the "bid-
5 rilnK.
-Midi.
n inn up iur 11115 met rncr, i
i dasli for two-year-old fillies, easily beat
'J nut Klllenlsh. the odds on first choice.
' A. K. Macomber. who owns Kittenish
iancl SlHr Hawk, has not won a race this
' . ...... t..., u n nni.u. - ..i
I dozen tlmcH,
., ui til " llilirill-ll I.T-lllllll lllllU, at
,, Rna wl'' LUgenla
irii) film wni-, niiu'iini tiirir linrei-.
i King Simon stumble and fall In th
e",
'steeplechase.
s r niditt. nt ri,iiiir.t,i-, t,,.i,, 1
Hrrntwnod from Thomas Hitchcock fori
tho reported price of $12,000, In addl-1
tint) to being a fine steeplechaser Ilrent.
nmi.1 ...nn Am. .
.nr.!. t nmin, iVi,. ""'"with Jess Wlllard and entered the ring a
- "
the leading winning Jockey of the East1
declined to fill his engagements to-day.,
WILL TOW YACHTS TO SEA GATE
Atlantic Yacht Clan Heady tn Ar
commodate Corinthians.
y' .h"' Atlantic VacM Huh
will provide towing accommodations for
a" '"'P Island Sound yachtsmen who
are anxious to take nart in the annual
fc . u . .,
race week of the Sea Gate organization. 1
on Sunday, August '.'0. there will be a'
1 iwhn.ii ... f-M... luln.,.i n.i.ii. ...
.. , .. , . ....
all craft to the lower bay without any
charge. On account of the tide, the tow
positively will leave City Island at
o'clock in the afternoon
vl l.Jl . . .
Yachtsmen who nre anxious to return
to !ong Island Sound In time to race In
the midsummer regatta of the New Ro
chelle Yacht Club on Saturday, August
26, will be accommodated. A towboat
will leave Ben Gate In time to land the
craft on the Sound before the New Ro
chelle race. Also one will leave to take
the Corinthians back who stay for tho
regular lower bay fixture on Saturday.
A good many of the Long Island
Sound yachtsmen will not need a tow
line to take them back, as they plan to
sail In the rare around Long Island that
will start off Sea Gate on Saturday,
August 26. The long ocean brush will
finish off the New Rochelle Tacht Club.
SARATOGA ENTRIES.
Flrat Usee Two year olds; conditions.
.l . r1nnee
Fife
Wt
11.1
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,nA' Vnrnhate m ? Mlri.".'.'
$ ,nl,;".h0!'. . 109I i Dlverllon V
ices
10.!
Huraoti II in 1031 - Margaret I
-- Sanerrip il 101 co o of the Wterir.'
?l",r,,E'w.''7! !!?' IfJ !?;
'.''!,'k ,"u"''" ! ,1S ""Odtrsp . Ill,
1-- tsr .ussier inf - tiamiocn
mj a majnmator lift'
11,91 u.,ni Vi.h ins'
!,5I Town Hull
t.v." 11.1m tarn wt
Seiond Race Four .tear olds and upward:
aiei-piecnnsc selling anour two miles.
, '5'i Rsee brook livlVsrter"'
Wt ,
III ;
111
133
C.il2 "amlow
132 IW 8voact
117' - 'Sixty Four
13.M
ixv 'Tradil Inner
Ilermana
Third llsi-e -The Tm.r Selling; two yesr olds
I'lie snd a hslf furlong. .
Index Horse Wt Hiulex Horse
Kit Dunga Din 1101 i;:i rhattrrhng
f2 Katrnka ,. S7II521I The Dean
IC.11TI P.l.a'o- Fnncv 110 Srilteie
Wt
103 I
104 I
101 1
fS'i Merchant , 1101 ift'.l) Straight
!o. Jr-I SJrf'e-Zi'1
in- V"'".
. 1 P""1''' Court
fit; 1101 bleats
If.'dl Wistful
Fourth Rsce-The Wsterrllrt three
lids: hsndlcan. Sis furlongs.
esr
Index Horse Wt 'liulei Horse Wt
..03 Woodward . HOI 474' Wind ll'gage. 123
nt Slartling ....Hit 474 Delnmvy !d
t.V1 lma Fratlk. ..Ill fia Paddy Whack, I0J
Mil. r avour . .. ioi n, uandy a
lOll 4;s Daddy'a Choice 1
.Vi7 Ind an Chant .lost &l Mnrnhv in
(Mill Kliwa Oak,.. .1021 474B J. J, Murdock 111
11.1 lr. nt Como, 117 f.43 Polroma Hi ton
61!i Ormeadale 1161
Fifth Itsie-Platlslmrg: three year olds snd
upward; handlrsp; killing. One mile and a
furlong
Index Horse Wl. Index Horse Wt.
,',31 (i M Miller loi' C7i Nephtlivs . . ion
1.S1' Wooden Shoea.llll (H Jesse Jr 1"9
tiW Transit 10!
KI1II1 Racc-Maldrns, three year nidi. One
mile,
Index Horse. Wt. Index Horse. Wl.l
5' Friar Nnurht 11: fftft Paatmaater ,,.1t2
3(7 Bet 107 311 Tipperary 112
Hubbub 1121 Hendrie ;
Kite pounds apprentice allowance claimed.
GOODWIN REGAINS
SWIMMING TITLE
Lenvps Vollmer Far Behind in
One Mile Metropolitan
Championship.
MAKES NEW TANK MARK
In Ms first public appearance. In com
petition since last September, L. B.
(loodwln of the Now York A. C. Inst night
won the one mile metropolitan champion-
nhlp swimming race, staged In the
Steeplechase pool at Coney Island,
(loodwln, who ha been In competition
for more than sixteen years, won the
tltlo last year. Last night he defeated
Herbert li. Vollmer, the phenomenal Co
lumbia University amphibian, also a
member of the Mercury Foot organisa
tion, by :r yards. Another Mercury
Footer, Joseph Whcatley, was third, and
Cliarlcw Kauffmann of the American Life
Having Hoclety fourth.
Oondwln's time of 25 minutes 16 2-6
eeconds Is the beet ever made In the
Steeplechase tank. Tho pool mensureei
eighty feet, there being required twenty-
three turns to complete the distance.
Whentley set the pace for the flrat 250
arris, but (loodwln went to the front at
the quarter. At the half mile mark
Hud was one-half of a foot In advance of
Vollmer, Whcatley dropping to third.
Vollmer and (loodwln were tied at the
three-quarter post, hut Hud then flashed
a sprint that si.ivc him first place. Kauff
mann at no time was a dangerous con
tender. Goodwin's time at the quarter waa
5:57 2-5. The time for the next quarter
waa considerably slower. Hud being
clo'eked In 12:28 1-5. Vollmer's fast
work n the next quarter led to much
sprinting, and Ooodwln, still leading at
the three-quarter mark, waa timed nt
18:58.
Vollmer's efforts to overcome Good
win's lend In the last stages of the race
tired thy Columbia lad. nnd on the home
etretoh Hal had little reserve strength
left. Whcatley was out of the running
before half the distance had been cov
ered, nnd Vollmer enjoyed n comfortable
lead over his club mate nt the finish.
POINT JUDITH SCORES
FIRST LEG ON CROWN
Defeats Cooperstown in Na
tionni Junior Polo Tourney
by 7 1-2 to 6 1-4.
XAnnAOAMsrTT rtKW. R T . Ana- 7
flaying In a sea fog that often made the
flying players ghostlike shadows, the
Point Judith four won the first game of
the national Junior polo championship
here tills afternoon.
Major Colin G. Hoss of California took
the plnce of Qulncy A. fih.iw 2d for
Cooperstown. lining up with T. I-ehou-telller
2d, Howard Phlpps and Benja
min K. Gntlns, while Point Judith was
composed of Philip Stevenson, Rodman
Wnnamsker, A. C Schwartz and P. S.
P. Handnlph, Jr. Point Judith led by 4
to I', goals nt half time and won by
7'n to 51,.
Major Hoss earned four goals. Ran
. dolph, Wanamaker and Stevenson were
I the chief scorers for Tolnt Judith.
: There were fouls against Randolph and
j Gatlns and a safety by Hoss.
i During the closing period Schwartz
was lilt on the forehead by a mallet and
I wa, , of pRy tnr flvc ,lmits
TIMELY BOXING GOSSIP.
Th, atmospheric effects of Whit. Sul.
phur Hprlngs. nc ar Sarstnsa. are apparently
srlable. Take the eiperlence of Frank
Moran He trained there fur a combat
mn.lel atlllele
Then h- went to the same spot to pre.
, pare for a Joust with Jar Dillon, and
'" ? ""V- ""m ; " Invtso. .
h)m Vevlouslv sent him to Wahlnrtnn
I'nrk a fat, flabby, short winded young
m,m
Therefor. Moran determined to change
hi- training quarters, and l now In far off
Oklahoma preparing for hla I-abnr Day
bout with Carl Morris.
Reports from that point are to the effect'
that Moran Is working with great itm and
Intends to be In perfect phielral condition
It Is tn be hoped the Oklahoma climate,
doe. not play any pranks with Moran's
training endeavors, for he will need tn be
at hl beat when he faces the gigantic
Morris.
.V.noe for Wlllard. Welncrt.
. l-.lde I'ltt.. ma
Kddle pitta, matchmaker of the club at
,1 ntnr.iiio .--iirina- nn n win eiii.e ine
Wel.h Whit- contest on l.nh..r Day. an
nnuntea Dial hi. .indicate will offer Wll
Urd ISO.noo to box Charley Welnert for the
heavi weight title. How much would be
''ft 'or Welnen after Wlllard wa. paid
1 1, not divulged However, if Weinert
, thinks the amount too amall perhaps Ful-
ton might be Induced to take It.
Eddie Campl writes from California ad
mitting that he la a full fledged fssther
weight, and that In future he will box tn
that class Campl possesses mer. frank
nes than others of his colleagues.
Rawkaway Keats To-night.
j.ie.n rartii.ehk.. who ! M h.
th. only Japanese boier In Am.rlre. will 1 one of th. It"nn drops out. winning
make hi. bow at the Harlem Sporting Club1 three gam., and losing two but not meet
of Rocknway to-night In a contest with 1 Ing three other lems Should the last
Kid Hayes, who never saw Toklo. I thres gam.s b. credited to the respective
Cartuschka Is said to have picked up teams or .Imply dropped a. "not flayed ?"
considerable boxlnk science at Toklo from HINCKE.
Americans residing there, but It a ciu.stlon The gamea played by the team drop
how far that learning will carry him . those not nlaved
Hgalnst an experienced rlngster of Ara.r-1 out, aa well as tnose not piayen,
, . , . . mi . , , n
i',i. i.n.r rturi -in I1I---1 rv .i.iir in
the chief event.
, Ralph Oriinan. th. California boxer, wilt
1 hate nn exciting week of It He I. elated
1 tn meet Jltiiinv Duffy, the bolsterou West
Slder. tn.nliht at the Pioneer A. C, nnd
on Huliirdav be will face the rnbu.t Walter
Mnlir at the Ilrn11dw.1v Snorting Club.
Aa both DufTv and Mnnr cjn make any .exactly one hour nn September 1. 1501',,
nnnnn.nl Imvel at ton mil for lin1 . 5 ....
round. It can be readily seen that Orunan
I In for two eitreiuety llvelv sessions If
llrunnn Is successful in taming his tuni
eiunlj opponents he will then seek bigger '
game j
Pal Moore Is a long dl.tance fighter, for
nr nil.-. ni e.-rin ,,i nn nun m. eiriuei
tl I about the eighth round There a small
doubt ihat In a twentv round bout Mnnre
would atop ihe ulu Kid, but In a shorter
liit the title fellnn chii outpoint Moore In
a majority of the rounds.
Kid Vlllllama In Retire.
If any nmhltlnua young bantam deslrea
to snatch the thiimplnnahlp crown from
!iS.lih- bulging dome".. f Kid William, he
?; ''in., tn do It tiulckly. for the king of ihe
110 tianinms la out with the announcement
innnunrement
mat he win nun nernre anntner year has
Willi mis will be 21 eara nf age nn
December ft, 1917, and he declares that
liefnm that date ho will leave the ring
I purpoae to retire undefeated, hut he will
arm never aiiempi a ciiiiienai-K it la lita
not dodge a match In the meantime ultl.
iinv bantam In the game
While Wlltl-iini's chief object In retir
ing l In go Into some luislneaa still one
nf the reianns Is Ihe uniileasint manner
In whlth he has been hounded hy theitp
m.ui:iKrr.i of ihlrd dura biniania. uho,
after I.suIiik a challenge tn the 1 iMinplnti.
haie followed II liy Ihe claim that tha
chaiiipliiii w.ih afraid of their man
"If the promoters glie liberal pur.es
and the 1 rop of bantams la good enough
Willlnuia w 111 tight every nrek ilurli,. Mi.
1 omlng winter,", Manager Wartnlk a it, I,
"And he will fight every bantamweight
whn thlnka he has a chance for the title;
then Williams will quit for all time, and
It will nnt be one of thoa. H.ttllng Nelson
rstlrements."
Rod and
man watkr for local anolerh
Sandy Honk Princess Jamaica Day Oovcrnon
(The Horseshoe)
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Seheel Weakflsh In Jamaica Hay.
Anilera who fished nig Channel, Fish
kill, Lucky Spot, the Cinders and other
well known fishing places far weakflsh
In Jamaica Hay yeaterday returned with
weakflsh. These fish were school fish,
weighing from 4 to 2 pounds each.
The catchra of the guides whose head
quarters are at Fred nnegel'a, at Canarale,
were reported aa follows: Will Harris,
40; Emli Dauner, 24: Davis, 14 i Hevlnus,
4Si Happy Lewis, 14: Joe Htlllbaum. 29:
Oeorge ilatdwln, 17! Hltchler. 17i Louis
Anapach. 2ft; Clenrge Anaparh, 20; Jake
Knlpe, 17, and Charlea Johnson, 13 weak
flah. Twe Sharks Coat $10.
After the weakflsh guides of Jamaica
Hay landed their weakflsh parties on Sat.
urday mnrnlng last after the high tide
shark fishing was discussed Talk bcame
red hot that Jim Kelly watered Joe
Stlllhaum. Jake Knlpe and Nat Matthews
that they could not take half a doirn
sharka after 4 o'clock. Tfn doltrs was
the wager agreed upon.
The three men went out, got seven
shark strikes, hut landed only two. The
sharka weighed 7ft and 100 pounds re
spectively. The three men paid.
I'nrgtee and Baas off Long Reach.
Fishermen In the steamer Olralds. Capl.
David Martin of Hheepshe.vl Hay, angling
on" tying Heach yesterday, caught sea hjss,
pnralea and fluke.
High hooka follow: A. Freeman.
132 Held avenue. Brooklyn. J porglea. 7
soa hasa; Thomas Hyall, 334 Union street,
Ilropklyn, It porglea, a aa bass: John
( arlson, 57 Wlnlford avenue, Ynnkers. 24
pprgles. 3 aea bass, 3 fluke; l,ouls Ben
cher, 1317 Washington avenue. The Ttront,
14 porglea, 4 sea baas, 1 fluke, and Harry
Smith, 9C Elliot street, Maspeth, II por
glea, 1 sea bass.
New Yorker lnda t8 Pound Muakle.
Charles Zarlng, a former Assistant DIs.
trlct Attorney of New iork. angling In
the waters of the Thousand Islanda off
Ouananoque, Ontario, one day last week,
caught a maaklnoge welghfng 24 pounds.
First Run of Tuna al Dlork Island.
The first run of tuna are In the niock
Island Waters. On ThliraHav loaf n-
Charles F Khrhardt of 144 Manle street.
Ilrooklyn, with Iiuls Llndemann, sn-
SPORTING
GOSSIP
:3Yz
Tom Mac Nulty
Fear of sharks doesn't keep Ludy
Langer from dipping In tho briny. .When
It comes to swimming Langer can' make
a shark look like n pollywog.
If the Giants can win without hitting,
what will happen when they again get
to banging tho ol" npple on the beezer?
Fair golflst friend of ours waa so
ashamed of her record yesterday that
when asked what she went around In she
coldly replied : "I went around In a blue
dress."
Despite his casualty Hat Smiling Rill
Donovan still la optimistic. He says he
had rather have his plnyern crippled In
the arms and legs thnn In the heads.
Gee! How things have changed ! For
y'ara and y'ars Percy Haughton never
Intimated that thet referee cost Harvard
a single football game. Now George
Stalllngs has Polcey so hypnotized that
pnlccy bleats the umpires are in a con
spiracy to sink Hostnn to the bottom of
the league.
On account of Ilrooklyn not winning
yesterday Jawn McOraw now Is aur"
the Dodgers have cracked,
Dear Tom Kindly let me know how I
can reach Joe Jeonnette, the heavywelsht
fighter. O. MIKF.
He tlveg In Hoboken. N. J.. I believe.
A letter sent to Jeannette In care of Pan
McKetrlck. Washington Park, Ilrooklyn,
would be forwarded t" Joe.
Dear Tom A bets II that Fam I.angford
1. ., ,., tain.H, TlM he
I ' P F M
I vnt In the records.
Dear Tom Pleaae let us know whether
, Via Mnran ever earned
knockout oer
Charley White of Chicago.
No.
TWO J 8.
Dear Tom F saya that William Dino.
vn! present manager nt in. t.nits. n-.-r
P"rn,: ,"nK' nn v,4 rif-i.-T
" h0 ' r8'" ni.iir.HT
II Is light. Donovan pitched In two
or three league games for the Yanks last
,.. i,,i,e Vn.iU. In nn .
far' P'tnifd for 1 anks In an ex-
lilbltlon game this ear
Dear Tom Kindly let me know where I
can locate the llolv Ro.ary bt.ebai: club
nf the Catholic Athletic League .11 .1 I.,
Try !he Holy Rosary Lyceum, 4.10
K.tst 119th street.
Dear Tom 111 With scoreless tie In the
third Inning, thre. men get nn b.e with
none out Pitcher Is taken out and Wait
ing team score two run Who gets
charged wltb th. loss, tlrst or second
pitcher? 2 Whst has become of Jo.
Judge of th. Washington Nationals?
TORKVlI.l.tTK.
(1) First pltflher who allowed the
runners who scored to get on base. (2)
Still with the club, but on disability list
I Dear Tom After nve games w.ra played
nr. m' n.fi mit cnmnieieiv.
- -
Dear Tom Kindly let m. know the
honest game on record In the National
League. Must be a full nine Inning game
M K V
Shortest full nine Inning tegiilatlnn
National League game was played In
t'niiacieipnia prating 1 nicigi. u to ;.,
p,,r Tom Will ynu klndlv adilse me
who won game between the Ilrooklyn
, Chicago National teaina Tueadiy, .lulv
14" I am seeking thi. Inform tilnn In order
t drilde a bit illlo I'oNiinii
Ilrooklyn. 0. Chicago, n- onVl.tl score.
Dear Tom Kindly let me knnw hnw tn
figure nut the tleldlng aternge nf a plaer
P IIKVIIIINTIIKII.
To find the fielding average nf a
player dlilde the number nf chances
..n....e th. tntnl liuii,,eu i.-.-e in.
',..' ,;, h.lu i,,i to ,,,,
I tnnce. John Doe has had SO. ,
f assists und Ih charsed with in
He has accepted 110 out of 12n c
errors
He has accented 11 out or li'n chances.
Divide lin nv 120 nnd the answer Is
.91, which Is his fielding average.
Dear Tom
What I
II
he height of .n
f H-ln.
rirnh?
According to
hall," Heine Is
hol'Tht.
IV, NKUIII'ltllKIt.
"Who's Who In H.iKe
5 feet 7 4 Inches In
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8 22
1:AO 2-40 r,:21 8:M 3:40
3:10 a:r 0:31 fl:.1B 4:63
4:30 .1:11 7.40 Hill AOS
A:fiO 0:1.1 s:.17 0:19 A:A7
II Ml 7:13 10 0(1 10:10 7:A2
7:48 8.07 I0:AA 11:14 8:44
4:24
A. 27
A 27
7:23
8.10
0 OA
gllng from the Dixie In the Rlock Island
waters, caught 13 tuna on rod and reel,
the flah ranting In weight from 10 to
40 pounds.
World's Casting Record Broken.
Ashury Park won the world's champion,
ahlp In aurf casting on Saturday last, when
Kdward K. Davla on hla last cast but one
sent a four ounce lead out for 12 feet 1
Inches at the tournament of the Ashury
Park Fishing Club.
The world's record previous to the tour
nament was held by Dr. Carlton Srmon
with 37 feet ft Inches. Mr. Davis's victory
.VnnJrK'i.Wl ?1AICMly,ti i,.hU?h..Ii,M
t asting began at I A, M. It waa not until
about 4 P. M that th. 37 feet Inch rec-
orci was broken by the new champion witn Halt Tackle on Hoard Tl, keia at llitterv.
f.V1 of '.,0 " Inches. ..... r.tRE, Weekdays 81.00) Sun. A Hols. SI.R4I.
Ills next cast was 344 feet t Inches. .
Within half an hour this was beaten by a i B
Midland Reach Club phenomenon, Charles jlw-jagt n Attl flatk
Klllnghauser, by the u rgln of 4 Inches. UH r91lj AlUUUMl ViO-
Voung Klllnghauser held the record for 1 tn Z.T. '.ZjZSZjT.
about one hour and was the object of OCEAN TAITDITO
many hearty congratulatlona for his splen-. JJ',R., V I AUKU
dld work with the surf rod. DeP Sea Fishing Sir.
The older man. however, came back In P1,l',1 -M. from Pier 1, N It. flNtT.
the neat event with a cast of Jin feet II RealsuraM, Halt. Tackle, etc , under fo. 'a
Inches, and followed It with 111 feet 3 "SBSgemeal, St.warilis, in Attendance. Far. II
Inches. Thus th. world's record waa
broken rue tlmea by to men. and ad- ( ID a f r A Sails dally 8 A. .11.. Sunday
vanced 12 feet 3 Inches In the battle. I vjirrt,Lrt j.J0 ..i. rnp "Martin;
A great future Is predicted for Kiting- I Dally, I A, M. etrept Mon.lninm CMT
hauaer, who haa been catslng but a few 1 II. Ha.S'HKN liilUUL,t.iH 1
inonths. EVELYN "ally. A. M.. Sun.. 1 A. Sf.
fasting Championship Saturday. Above etem.. ...'.C1 ,J Ky: 'AUTJN' .
Th. club, comprising the Association of Mfclf freT,TheeV.hS Illy'"'
Hurf Anlln c-li.h- mill -Mn. thm r,r.u H7,
cnampionsnip or the United Plates on the
beach at Ocean City, N. J., on Saturday
neit.
The winning club team, consisting of five
men who will be allowed five casts each,
will be awarded the custody of th. Ocean
City Cup, given hy that city to the Ocean
City Fishing Club.
The trophy weighs 220 ounces sterling
silver and stands thirty-three Inches high.
Surf casting Is, like golf, a popular .port
fast growing In favor, and all the surf
casting eiperts. Including Kdward B. Da
vis, Charles Klllnghauser, Dr. Carleton Si
mon, Charles T Maalnnls, John Clayton,
Howard Kaln and about twenty others,
will represent the various fishing clubs of
the t'nlted States.
The nve men composing the
in.lne-
club team win each be awarded a medal In
recognition of thetf efforts
tasting equipment wll! consist of linen
lines, four ounce leads, rods limited to nine
feet, and reels without eperlal winding or
thumbing appratus will be, allowed.
The team making the greatest total
casts will he declared the winner.
How Dynamiting Sharka la Done.
Vou Son-of.a-Oun,
Ktlior of Rod and Oun,
In the New York Sun,
I like you. gol dern you.
T hate read nnthtnar ahmit m.lh.H. ,a
kill sharka that approaches the custom "f
some nt the shorn men In the South Sev
eral years ago. while at llrunswlck, tla.,
I spent several days nshlng and boating
with "Doc" Meets to look after my com
fort. Doc wns a fisherman with clam dig
ging as a side line.
One da) there were several sharks about
us and Doc decided that th- poor tuck we
,were hating was due to their presence and
wnum come prepares to drive tnnn away
the next day
That night he bought for five cents a
piece of thlsh bone of beef with nbout a
half pound of red meat attached. Taking
nn old brce with an Inch drill and fasten
ing the bone In a vls h- drilled a hold
three Inches deep. Into which he pushed
with his fingers dynamite to the depth of
two Inches,
Into this dynamite he push-d an explod
ing cap tn which was attached nn Insulated
copper wire. From under his bed he drew
an electric batter such as Is ued for
blasting purposes everywhere, which w.
took with u next day. Within an hour
several sharks were close by Some came
so close that they could have been struck
with the oar.
IMcklna out a big one. Doe tied e small
rope in the bon- ami with a piece of twine
tie. I the ln.,il,l.,l l, .l.n. I. , ,i..kl.
his battery tn the boat .nd he Instructed.
me when to ihro the pon- and how to do
II 1.. ..... ... I ...... - . . ... . -
it. In a few minute, the hlrife.t nf the
school was within ten feet, when I threw 1
the bone about ten feet before htm and
ten feet bennd hlrn
There waa a awi.h In the wnter end be.
fore I could open my mouth tn tell Doe1
that I had a bite he had seen the tug on .
the line nnd pushed th button. I was the'
only thing hurt. It was fright The shark
wa. not hurt II- hi.ln't any place to feel
hurt In. Ills head wns blown to shred,
as far back ss hl gltls. There was .1
frsrrle of skin and meat nnd bone hanging
tn front of hi. gill, but nothing to r-.m-
Me a head A dnlen specks nf meat .truik
me In the face and stuck to my clothing
along with the aprn of the explosion,
1 thought I was killed, that I s.ti
drowning, that the bott was smashed to
mlthereena. that the shark hnd me and WEAKFISii guide and' shrimp" K wee.
F'" '"i"' mo""!'i.,.,.'"1.2"'4r i,.h'11 rl'dais. S4 Sundays. f..r four. Trl .ir-,7 c.narate.
intiniv or neurmv or inn.er in.n . nir '
he
healthy gingerbread da'rky. and Doc W1,s
lining hi. beat I gradually came to
.1
I
... . . . . ,
in ine .-nrin. wjio.e wnniimiir r-t'iit i ii"n
I. h.i.ed enilrelv unon their Ingenultv. ac -
e.n e IM.r from . tlenr.!.. "nUaer" nnd
Mr hlmi1f un for
some .pori m.i win-
m.ikf him liimh tvery time h thinks of It
for ft n nrtt tn mmi
off no that in th nt ynu 1 not throw;
th hont far enough nnd th flh l romlnir
In tour direction nnd ou pu.h the button
hen you are Just mer It and nur boat
crack, open, you can be prnmptlv sned
DR RALPH ISLAND.
New York. Aug 7
Calrhea From direpehead Rowhoet.
Fluke, li has. nnd blaikfl.hltig from
rolnaia .it Sheep!head Hay rontlnue. to
be good
.1 Thurllng nnd writer recently caught 2 I
nuke, r. sea tins and 2 huiMlah an urge
fl.h. On a pre Ion. trip we Knt 7 fluke, I
.ea b! and It blsckneb
A HAMILTON. JR.
llronkln, Aug. 7
Weakflsh at Coney Island.
Recently there were some fine weaks
caught nn the Coney Island Pier Mr
Douiney got 4 b.auilea and on another trip
2 They averaged 3 pound, apiece
New I'nrk, Aug. 7. OHIZZI.V KINO.
The Younger (leneratlon al It Again.
Anglers at She.psh.ad Bay ara having
fine sport evenings up to 10 o'clock angling
for w.akflah, which run up to 4V4 pounds
and averag. 1 to a man under favorabls
conditions .,
The other evening aom. of th. old timers.
Including Lieut. Fox of th. Fire Depart
ment and others atarled or th. grounds
in rowboats, On the way oier th. old
timers wer. doing the talking, with the
usual amount or ennnnence, anu in. lieu
tenant ssld "wen, it mere is nui
on.
caught, I II be the man
that will hook
hlni "
Well, it
an hannened that only one waa
caught, and that neighed abnut s pound.,
ami II took a member of the younger set,
I'brl" Hsiicr. In do that If ou mention
ihi. ti, the lieutenant he readv tn duck
llro..k!n, Aug. 7 SILVER DOCTOR,
eeu Rasa ('might Three al a 4 lip.
On th" .l,e Plnketi the oiher day In Am-
hro.e 1 linnl'.n nuse were Linen ju.l aa
1 .nun a the (Hal sinker touched bnllom
liming enough (Insic, Seahrlght was ihe
iet slop, where act lin.s w i-r- l-aticllt
oiiic!,ine three a! a clip Here hHiknh
ie-e nl'y honked and 'ilnoriint llulie
Mother Cetchr. Flah Two al n (lip.
nn the ileneilete rei ent a mother
,lnd daughter flahed Mother tnok lo llah
at .1 llp When they put their catch of
ea lin." and porglea together latchea of
annie men angler, looked small In coiupirl
, "Oil
"Netrr Again." Try It Again and Win.
The large. t catch nf fl.h brought to
Sehy's Float at the Haunt recently wss
made by the "Neier Agalna." iiiinpnard of
Mea.rs. lireeiilwuiii, Stern, Itennlg, Klapher
and il.iult In tleorge Starkey'a mntor boat.
Two High Hooka Take 144 Flah,
t High hunk, on t lie Moci.i.ln at Runy 4,
Long Reach, the other day, follow : .1
Murrl". H porglea and eet lines, II Mc-
,'nuB" ' '
ROD AND (il'N.
CCA DIPmN 1 A ' dally. 1 A M. Sunday.
Otn rlUC-UH Dinin'a Dovk Shrepthead flay
DnCr R II letnea Cimir.le. 7 ,, 1, dally;
HUJU R. Hi A. II. hlllldn.l, l),k A Lrn.t
DUANE
7 A. M. eien dm from Ca.
niraie MIKIS ROWLAND.
lesres Csnarale dally 7 '30 A
Sill. OtHtllCIC m.suii ,7 A M Meier A Smith
tShlSirarb ,"" Dnrne's ll.wk, Sliei-paliesd Itsr,
dnamiUVII ,,,, , a. M. Sunday 7AM
AF1FRMIOS FIslllNIi S P. M. Fluke,
tveegh, llrege'a Hock. Capt. llrelllnger,
ROD AND (iUN.
aland the Big Ones!
They'rt; off the coast from Mont.nir, to
BarncRat, and inland waters from
'Maine to Texas. Use tackle that
"Rets 'em." We are headquarters.
J. B. CROOK & CO., INC.,
(Established IH37I
40.1 FIFTH AM'.M E
Opp. The l.lbrar), Tel, 'Ml Vandetblll.
BOATS I.HAVi: IIAMIIER'S DOCK.
niit:i:i8iiE4ii nv.
aVHITaV Mpetlal rrlps A 4. M
rla. Come early
and have
iJHiH d.t'" Ho1 fishing. Capt. FRANK
llA.M.iir.ll,
8CNIIAT. 3 A. M.
Ulfin IMP Will
not sail
. . , n v m m a i. a. art
until
Thuradayl
IJOU '-"Rsnt flshlnit y
,wwu ter. Capt. TO.M
tn char-
UK!.!,.
FISHING BANKS
THE AMII.EIIVM I ORITE.
iccpv c c nine nnnn
w,RfMF.IIIPPEI,li"emlNsT.lc.
i.ts. Rsttery I'ler. 7 ,41i A M, dsllr eiccnt Won.
Stewwrdeaan Attend, ,ce No Limits Sold.
ocean s varc uuu
Weakfish and Fluke
(let Them White, Hi- ileitlnc Is. flood.
East hide Hotel, The Raiin'. .Smite Hay.
JOK HKIIV Te . mm 121.
Ut'M IIK l lllt .M.!
LEAVES 3 A. M. EVERY DAY
UnpPlCIU Dunne's Dock, Shrepshevl
mUUllflOltl Fare Including halt
fomori. v Corson, ("apt.
formerly of .w ri.r. j.,,, ft7,,7 Harlem,
L0NQ IPAPU 1 A. -M Tuee. Tin, re .
,. .. - St Sun, Fii r. Inc.
Kh..n.h.i".,.r..,,"-" : M Hunn's Dock.
' " '" capt .Mirn.i:t
R.C.LUNDY
J A. M dally, Sunday 4 30.
Lund) 'a Dock, S'pshead Hay.
NIMBUS ? AM- rt"llvi Sunday. 7 A M,
pn.'rVTvon.Vhl.;'!r,,")r 5 p-M-
aa .
fl VIM 'v Silver Mm-1iock. Free-
OtLrlnUn P""' dally eacpt Mon . ,rr"H
a.,.. trn from IVnn stminn and
fri?,.rl7.frr?m,,r,l' ''"" fund"' Par.i
train and ftilft trolley. rre. Inc b.iii. 11.31.
CAPT. JOE D.V2.
days. Fare Inc. bait, ft'l 2i. rapt Joe itn) nor! '
M.J,R,11,M.J.R.III,
I'lentj Sea Haas- From Shrrnshead llav '
ALERT
from Carman'. Imck, IVre-4: Lead.
Dally exrept Man, and I'rl.. li 4T
train. Sun.. ft:25 train Fir- H 50
J.W CAHMAM.
Raanaea Ibarra Cnnee's
rjAi-k, IVreck I ead Psllr etc.
Men , f. 47 trsln Sundiv. II tt
train. Pate Jl 2ft r, w Wllana
CCCnDT I".""' i A. ?' born Dock.
trrUill heep.hea 1 Illy ( arts. Fred
I.I I WIS s rt, U'rege Archie lluckner.
BEORBIEtl. ,''"v" Murrars. Wreck l.ead.
BCUnoir. M. every weekday, e (7 tr-.in Sun:
day. ft:2ft trsln. Fa-e II 50 jt .licit R A V.
AFTERNOON FIMIINfi, .311 p,
I AMI'KILA "'J'. """erv Tue Tlmrs
.1111
and Set Far. 11 oo In in.
Dally, envnt Hon A Frl leaves
,11th St , llr.lK,l.,,n, f IS A l.
naiicry . .a, si l are 11.34
Iss Rsthmsn's, Wreck t ead, dally ,
eic Mm, and Krl . IV trsln Sun,,
ft 21 trsln Fare SI." J Ratluuaii.
VELOCITY
ATLANTIC
nt. H, iiv4.
Pheep.l,rad Hay . A .11 dally,
Slimlil) 7 A M Hid Stephens.
Unas, lla.a. Ila.a! I.ia. Whit'.
Do.4, Wre, k l.ed. l:KHY'
II I'.XC. HON. Pare 1 1. id.
' rPertlrg lVnk Dealers or l''c tor 4 br
. ""'.fj.'JJfVloM li . Hiooklvr!
prNPAY, :.10 A.
I . u... n,hn,n'. llr.lt GhMn.h..
lCI MAR I"'" y'r"! '"''''.'.K'C.''''''
!-." nsliy. A. l. HI IIAII.
rtallr. A. U
i RELIABLE
Pass fishing, lesres n.hnrn's dock
ghorpahead Hat, 4 A, M dally.
AMPRTPA
ftlTlti-ivft
leaves Sheep. held Rnr, 3
P M eieryriay '.'apt 'Jot.
SUNSHINE 10 4. II
Sheep.head llav
, dally O.lmrnDock
Nhl'MAVN IIHOS.
POtTI MflnlT Dslly. 3: iin.sv, 4. Ranseh.r't,
. DtLIYIUItl sli-eptheal Psr. JF.NSKN,
Uaoinnnk " A M 'U fumi .ile.,n
nagdllUUS get', ler I ll'inrnle Capt rhnrlle.
Where Bait Can Be Had"
Each Tiiesdsr. Thursdsr snd Sslurdsy, frnta
April 1st tn Hi't 31st, IMF. SI'S' will puMlsb
a list tf nanus and addtrs.es of dealers who
sell
BAIT AND FISHING TACKLE.
Dealers who do not sell Use halt have tae
words "tarkls only" or "no bait" following
their bsibm.
MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX
Abbey A lrobrle. II Veaey at. Tarkl. only.
Bait A Tackl. Depot, 1717 1st av, Wallacs,
Baomann, 22S2 2d av.. bet lift A 114 tts.
Rasmann, John. 171 W lltth st,
Perher.MS B.34th st Moulds Trl MnrrayHlll tm.
Becker, rhlllp,41d'44th,.1d ar, Hdw. store. No bt.
Itrown't Halt Depot. 2147 2d st.. nr. 121 st. "L."
B.Bro.owsky.lSea Ain.1 isieejnait lei i7BAUft,
llmnner. J
mi 1! s.iiiiiKinn el.l , iei Dim I on,
iAn,.ov. T. J.. 24 Jnlin st Tackle nnlr
Dneg'a,IJr,.125W 12.1 st Hclcram'rsACra'flsh.
n.ll John. 421 W 42d s Til 111 llrrsnt.
I'r.nt SchnMer Co. 110 Park How No bait.
1'rssse t'o , 170 I unon ii is '''ni'
Fnihs.H..ft2 1st ar Tel HftOnhard I Id1lrr,halt
' n OordonAt'o .2127 Aniat s ,nr 16.1 t Tkl i.nlv
ii l . soil Aui.leriisin si 41 10 i. Tet.
1 ilfa-hgrtef. P . -W K. H'h Tel 41 Murrsi Hill.
Kellermsn.jo.io.lil av .IMUi T Mer i"e.o H ,t T.
I Klffr Co, It II, Ml llmadwai Tinkle only,
Klrtlsnd's.9'!ismli'r .1 Tile fri'C',h''I.T.iinlto.
Milnluan, 4. 21" 4lh si Taikle onli
lirnlhal. 73i II t'O si nr l-ri'.pi i t si Sn 1 sit.
lei Men's. TM F. 1.1 th at I'si klr.Malt M.I r .'its.
Meliua. .1 . 217 K Jltll 'Icl lUi Murray Hill.
Mihua ISS-'i 31 sr I'd ?t.l and Slth .t.
VftniliolltanH'dwsre I Imli liA Vi e .1. Nn lull
(l-l!, U. I'" i'.i I lialnlK-r. .t No tn 1 1
flno i 122d t Isl r Tel ft'AI llarlini IkllM.
'H. I'. A H Ml 2.1 s . 61 l IVI lii, Plata,
r.ltlol Td 5171 ' nit . H .lit lis t "I. M.illi l
lielf J H , "'I n lir Tackle only,
Iti-lngold. D . I"! "Hi sv . .or li Taikle A bait.
Itrnlltig.P .4 1 Will k .llrom I'l.hllli IklAl alt.
Ito.cnliiiuni. H !''! V. 1 ' ', t I ' "f I.
Rnariiws.ser, 211 I! a'JIli II dwarr I si kle i.nlf,
Silltsii. 34i Ani.t'itam. cor Manliitlan .t fe,
Sam's Halt Iiiit, 'h sr. n. sr ".tli .t
Silnibaih. J.,.1 Son, 11012 3d ut opi. LmIIi t Tel,
i s, h.aru sTr Us-' ,11-t.Vktl, nv T.I T.iflllryar.t.
Slmiui'lis. S, 2iilH 3d sv 'lai kle i.iuy
Slailik 3410 3d s . !t.fth t Til ft"0 Hel.
Stii-iilaak, II IS4 2d sr Taikle nn, .
Tailor, Alex I'".. Inc 2 P. I.'d laiklennly,
Viim li.ifc I'. . A '"" . M I 'dtcii ' ,N halt.
I Wslr.fi .170 1st ar .ur Dili I'll "i"Orih TAR.
BOROUGH Or BROOKLYN
Aichelii, P., 401 Klilck sr Tel 21.'i Hi green.
Collten, A. Mi llrnnd t 'III 3010 Sugg
D.NTlng A t'n i '2 I.I'. it? at , iii Sil.enck.
Klligstnn. I4'K I'ulti'li t 7M l,-d Mirdders.
Kiinunir, 1757 1'iiltwi t . Itnl si IkU lli-dfi.rd.
si I. hai-l .oil, VII li""? I'""
, Maialeis, .1 I
I'hillip'.s 111
i' I'niirt t Til SIJS Main.
l'hilll .s ill 5 "' li kii.ni Mi ri.ni; I Tkl only.
I lliui.ir.r aldiie iaiki,(i,niiwaiii ai nr Mad.
I Ruth Iso HiidenliMik ui , lll.lee,,, .it.
Silmuf ivi Hnlbii-h in Til ri'i Prnsie t
Ke lt:, .M A '-I'll. "I .nine n I .nill.llt.fi!,
Sloli Will H I'lllalllllC Bl Tel l.lll SlBgg.
I Vm hrln-'i r !2S Mrrtle ov T.I H7iW R'wlrk.
NEWARK AND OUT Or TOWN
Ai kcr It I' , Si warrn, N J
Hicmard. 40 Hank si Tel 3143 Mkt Bait.
I.ltnfig. 14 Ferry st .Newark Bait Tel 22J5 Mkt.'
kt.il) ueux.F W2H Id Newark arJ,U. Tkl. mU
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