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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 191&
Motional , Track and Field Championships Next Saturday Will Be Olympian in Everything Except Name
PATH IN TITLE
Athletic History Will Be
Jfade in National Champs
at Weequahic Park.
FEXCE FLIERS SHOULD
FUBXISH THE FEATURE
Br r.KonoK b. uxdkrwood.
When rorrcit Smlthon of the Mult
tomkh A. C. Jolitmy Uarrcls of Michigan,
At Shaw of Dartmouth nnd Billy Hand
cf Harvard took the last fence almost
ibrnst In tho Dual heat of the 110 meter
hurdle race at the Olympic Games in the
Shapherd Hush Htadlum, London, 1908,
in raced neck and neck toward the
tip, Bmlthson breasting the worsted a
cant hand's breadth a winner In the
pet time cf IS seconds flat, the late
lamented J.imes K. Sullivan turned to a
friend and exclaimed :
Urcit suns, what a contest! We
tiver before paw a hurdlo race the equal
cf that and wo probably never again will
mi one. Hut If the Cod of Haves as
They Should Ho Hun ever again frames
up such a .-truKKlc I willingly would cir
cle the Rloho to pee It."
If pour J lin Sullivan had not passed
lr,to the ureal beyond one would be cer
tain to nnd him at the track Hide at Wee- J
nuihlc l'.irk, Newark, next Sunday nf- j
tirnoon. Kor from all the signs along I
the trail the liJd tr llaces as They
Should He Hun" has arranged a hurdle
rite which will result In a contest which
till m.iko the memorable 110 meter final
i: the London Ulymplad of I'-iOS pale Into
In fact there aro likely to be two hur
dle races contested which will thrill the
spectator even moro than the great
Olympic fttue Hying contest of 1 90S.
Champion (ialorr Knlrred.
On next Friday and Saturday at Wee
Quahlc l'ark, Newark, the annual Junior
and aenlor track and Held I'li.iniiiioiiehiii
of tho United States will bu held. The j
Junior events will be held nn Friday and J
laa etruggie ror tne senior mureis win ue
ared on Saturday.
And thoe of us who never have seen
in Olympic meet can, by trekking to
Newark fto a randvul which will be
'JijTrpl'n In verythlnir except the name.
.No Olympic unmr ever noasieu n
t!ffler entry Hit than has been received
i for the henlor track and field champion
ihlps of th.i little ol-l t 8. A. at Wee
quahlo l'ark next Saturday. Lithe limbed
.tnnE lunRed. stout hearted champion
from all over the country will compete
The cream of fnele Sammy's champions,
from tl rock ribbed ehores of Maine to
the mm killed elopes of the Slerrax, from
The Ureal Lakes to the tlulf, will struggle
for the laurels.
Ilnrdle Hacrs Will Framrr.
The entry list is such a classy one
that ord narlly It would lie a herculean
k 1 1 pick out a feature event. Hut
o phenomenal and clocly matched fields
ttlll compcto In the 120 yard high
hu.Mle and the 2St yard low hurdle
that those two timber toppinir event
:n tu atand out above the others.
In tho 120 yard high hurdle event four
men are entered, each of whom has bet
tered the wonderful mark of IB seconds
which Forrert Smlthson made In win
r.inp that rcat 110 meter (120.3 yards)
hurdle race at the London Olympiad.
The four wonderful fence tilers who have
tjpind the timber In faster time than
did the sreat Smlthson at Umdon are
Mill .Simpson of tho University of Mia
""irl, Fred Kelly and Karl Thompson
uf the l,o Angeles A. C. and Fred Mur
ray of the olmplc Club of San Fran
'.?:w. Simpson has been rrcdlted with
(loins It 3-Ti i-econd for the. 120 yard
hlKh hurdles nnd Kelly. Thompson and
Murray all have marks of II seconds.
Il sides Simpson, Kelly, Thompson and
Fred Murray, such crack fence filers as
Virlu Murray of Whlttler Cnllego and
the Los Angeles A. C. ; Jack Eller, the
Irlf h-Amerlcu'n A. C. veteran I Bob
Kerguwu. the x-IVnn colleglrn: Arthur
KngeLs, the Hrnoklyii youngster; Johnny
Norton of the Olympic Club ; W. A. Sav
age and Illll Meanlx of the Boston, A.
A , .loo I.riomls of the Chicago A. A. and
F A. French, tho Maine collegian who
!ort the Mercury Foot, will strive for
the latireU Hut fast as those stars are
t tho fen nono of them look to
ham a chance over the tall timbers
xaln.it S.mpson, Kelly, Thompson and
Minpaon the Favnrlfr.
Who will win the ISO yard high hurd
l.i r laurels next Saturday?
The experts disagree. Most of them
p.ck Sitnpoii tn nose out his rivals.
Kelly I s almost as strong a fnllowlngr
ni'in;; tlio experts, whllo others pick
Karl Thomiison. who twice this season
has defeated Kelly and who only was
bciten a foot by Kelly at the Western
iryouts at Sun Diego a fortnight airo
In the great time of 14 t-5 seojnds.
Thosij who saw Fred Murray fly the
femes In tho Intercollegiatn champion
hlpi held In the Harvard Stadium last
Juno cannot seo how Murray can be
Whilo the experts are united In the
''Pinion that the struggle for first laurels
ll among Simpson, Kelly, Thompson
nnd Fred Murray, It would f canon no
iurnrl If somo of tho other hurdlers
nner.ii horned in on u place. Thero Is
:nnny n slip twlxt tho starting line nnrl
llm lliiMiini; tape and no contest In nth
htim K more hazardous or unrertaln
th'in Is hurdling. While none of the ex
li' l'iol to seo I-ooinls or Eller cap
ture pre.mer laurels In tho 120 yard high
hurillis it would occasion no surprise
I' .I n' or Jack succeeded In nosing some
of tii i.'uur out of a place nnd 1ulled
d'lwn .i third or a fourth prize,
T m 250 jard low hurdle champlon
" likely tu lenult In a contest even
i 1 1. ling than tho high hurdlo race.
Tin' -(mucin for the low hurdling laurels
w : lesult in :i moro open battle. Simp
" ii is not f.norcd to win the race .,ver
' ' l'iw fences, tho experts looking for
tl " u.nnn: to turn up uinong Kelly, I-'red
Muria. Johnny Norton of the Olympic
(-l , ei,. Murray of thu l.os Angeles
A C. and Juo Looinls of tho Chicago A. A.
erle Mnrrny Pushed Norton.
Fred Munay and Kelly each haa
"' 23 .1.5 secunds over the furlong
1 Kl'ts At the Ventrrn Iryouts lust
'"" ' .1 lniny Norton led Verle Murray
m K'l'Hy home In the low hurdles,
In h weto held around a turn, In the
tj1 tt time of 24 1-5 seconds, superseding
K'lb's old round tho turn record of
I-O seconds. It wai Verle Murray
nd not Kelly who forced Notion to the
Hnil Johnny only nosing out Verle by
wldnker in the tail desperate dash for
Most of the experts look for Norton
e rantura tho low hurdle nsxt Hatur-
t'. but to the writer Kelly, Vti Mvt-
I I I
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j ' ".vvvi' yi
x"v x-mmrnmjmij -v msTMrw. n'fmtm guu
ray, Verle Murray, Joe I.ooml and
Simpson look to have Just as good
a chance of winning, the race ap
pearing to be a toss up among the field.
Never was as closely a matched and
phenomenally fast a lleld of low fence
flyers ever brought together. While
Simpson and Jack lCIler appear to have
an outside chance In the low hurdles, It
would not ba nt ull surprising to co
Simpson rise to the occasion und show us
grand form over the low sticks as he
does over the tall timbers. Jack Elltr.
one of the greatest low hurdlers that
ever dug up cinders. Is past hl prima
and docs not appear to liavo a chance of
capturing the premier laurels next Satur
day. Hut Jack surprised the rallbirds
by his great race against the wind over
the low fences nt the Metropolitan cham
pionships last Saturday, nnd the veteran
Easterner may give thn Westerners the
Jolt of their gay young llen in the b!g
hurdling clusrlc In New Jersey next Sat
Yt unit Wllllnni to .Htart.
Though athletic enthUbl.iHn will i egret
the absence of Howard Drew in the
splints and sympathize wllh him In his
recent Illness, added Interest will he
given the 100 and 220 yurd events lu the
championships througli the entiy of
Henry Wllllarr., the former Spokane'
high school boy, who oeieatea urew in'
the 100 yard eent nt the far Western
championships, being clocked tn !' t-S
seconds, and then went out and led tlie
cream of tho co.ist flyers across the line
In the 220 ard event In the slushing
time of 21 t-5 seconds.
Tho victory of Williams came as a
big surprise lo tho coast experts, for, up
till the championships, tho Spokane
youngster never had shown form that
warranted his being classed as a crack
sprinter. Tho week before thn Western
tryouts Williams was clocked In better
than 9 4-3 seeonds for the 100 In a
practice burst, but nomethinp was
thought to be the matter with ths
watches. Hut Williams conclusively
proved his class by his clean cut vic
tory over Drew In the 100 ut the West
ern tryouts. Experienced watch hold
ers clocked him In 4-5 seconds and
that shows his victory over Drew was
Drew was so disheartened over nl
defeat by the Spokane youngster that he
fulled tu answer the call to post In the
220 yard championship. Williams had
little or no competition In that event,
though Taddock, n youngster from I'asn
dena High .School, pushed lilni hard In
the early stages. Williams came home
In 21 4-.r. seconds, showing that he ran
carry his great Bpeed throughout the
Needs More Experience,
His defeat of Drew makes Williams
a dangerous contender In both the cen
tury sprint and thn furlong dash next
Saturday, but few of tlie experts look for
the Spokane youngster to turn up a
winner. Williams's lack of experience la
likely to militate ftgalnst htm. Joe
Loomls of the Chicago A. A., Andy Ward
of the same club and Boy Morse of the
Salem Crescent A, C. are more likely
to turn up the winner than Is Williams.
The gpokan youngster showed class
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enough, however, to warrant his repell
ing Ills Western ruccOMS,
Most of thu local sports followers
think that the struggle for piemler
laurels in the "100" will be fought on
between Mor.se and Loomls. Andy Wnrd,
howeer, last week defeated Loomls In
I uaKnultf n. tin f'.i,ile..l Auu.lMn!iM,
tryouis ami Chicngn expeits bok for him
to rapt it o tho century championship
next Saturday. Loomls, however, only
was beaten by a whisker by nrd and
the pair urc so evenly matched that Joe
Is likely to turn tho tables when tlity
Dana Jenkins of New Orleans, who
lus a recuul of it 4-5 seconds, It Is thought
will be a winner by tho Southern e
perls, but Jenkins Is not fancied by the
lot nl enthusiasts. Leo Foley of the
Hoston A. A Andy Kelly of the New
York A. C, Alv.ih Meyer of the Irish
American A. t and Jimmy 1'atternon,
the former I'lilversUy of 1'cniisylvaiila
flyer, nil have a rhauce of capturing tho
100 next Saturday, although Morse,
Loomls, Ward und Williams aro tho
Alvah Jiojcr May Knrprlsr,
Meyer, lu faut, may cause a big up
set In tho dope. Ho was boaten easily
by Morse In tho metropolitans last Sat
urday, but wns short on work. A. fort
night's training should bring Alvah
along fast und Morse will not hava the
cinch ugaliiHt tho Winged Flstltc lie hud
a week ago. Andy Kelly of tho New
York A. C. is slow off IiIh mark us it iiile,
but once In a whllu he manages to get
away fast. If Kelly gels away to one
of IiIh good starts next Saturday liu may
bring homo the bncuii.
Tho same lleld that Is In the 100 yard
event will start In ttio furlong contest
also. The race is more open than the
"100" and many of the experts think
Kelly Is classy enough to grab the
laurels. Ho run a wonderful furlong In
thn metropolitan championships and
looks to have a much brighter chance
In tho "220" than hn does In tho "100"
next Saturday. With Morse. Loomls,
Kelly, Ward, Williams, Meyer. Foley and
J'atterson answering the call to post the
furlong championship next naturday
should furnish u cockle of the heart
Of course Ted Meredith, th flying
son of rennsjlvnnla who now sports the
silks of the Meadowbrook Club of I'hlla
delphla, rules the favorite lu both tho
iimrter mile and tho half inllo races,
but the world's record holder will have
to be nt tlm top of his form to bring
home the bacon, He will have to incis
ure Flrliles with wonderfully tlict llelds
In hoth events.
At the recent Middle Atlantic chain
ploiishlpa Ted refrained from competing
In the quarter tulle and half mile events,
choosing to answer tho call to post m
tho 100 nml 220.. He gave ns Ills reason
that he was short on work nml wanted
In work up speed by competing In tho
splints. .Mi'icdlth says ho will bo on
edge for tho chmnplonshlp.'i, but somo
of the expel ts think that Ted requires
more lime to get 111 trim.
itircnt Field lu the Quarter.
If Ted Isn't "rlglil" next Saturday
hn probably will bo shown the. way to
the worsted. Among the men he will
havo to bent In the 440 nro Tom Hat
pin, tho Boston A. A. greyhound, whose
4'.i .f seconds quarter at tho New
L'ngland championships shows that he
has regulncd his old time form; Frank
Slomau, t In S.tn Francisco lad who
pushed Meredith to the limit In the na
tional championships last year, Carl
Oopppert of the Olympic club, who beat
Shin an lu the recent Western tiyouts;
t' A, IloiMilsuh of tho Caledonian Club
of San Franclsro, who by soum expeiti
Is tated tho best double furlnnyi r on thn
coast, Miller of tho Illinois A. (' I.igay
of the iNew Votk A. ('. nnd perhaps
Hingu Dlsinotid, tho t-eiisation.il colored
middle illstnticcr from Chicago l'ner
f'ty. At this writing It is not known
whether or not Dlsmond will rotno nu
for the nationals. If ho does Meredith
will hnvo his wotk cut out for him.
Meredith never faced a faster lleld
tliiin will break from the horror In tlie
half mile event next Saturday. Among
the men who nro capable of extruding
the world's record holder to the limit
ore lloser Baker, the International half
mile champion, and Larry Scudder, the
I'enn collegian, who bent Baker by a
whisker In the Metropolitan half mllo;
L'arl IHiy of the Chicago A, A., who
won tlm Central Association half mile
t Illn In 1 :S4 3-5 ; Joe Hlgglns, the cinck
Holy Cross middle dlstancer and New
England champion: It iy Campbell of
the Chicago A. A., the nnt'onnl cham
pion; Dun Scott, tins Conference cham
pion, and lloeiilsch, tlie Frisco Cale
donian Club lller. Men d th cannot win
the hnlf mile title next Sitltrday unless
lu if miiI or near te nid time, The
contest U likely to pi ova the greatest
half mile classic In the annals of sport
Ha stern expeits lire nt the opinion
that Willie florilon of the N.nv Vork
A. C, "ill captuio the mile champion
ship. Tho Mercury Footer, however,
will havo to 'ii.ot on tl.e wings of the
wind to win, for amoi g tint stars who
nie txpectid In toe the lliaik in the
mile event aro Joey Hay of Chicago,
the conqueror of the groat Norman
Taber In tho nationals lict year, IMgnr
Stout of the Olympic Club, the Far
Western champion; 1'. Clyde of the
Seattle A, C, who has a tecord of 4:19
A. 1 1 Colby of tlm Hoston A. A., who
won thn New Kngland championship In
4:2.1: Ivan Myers of tlie Illinois A. C.
nnd .Mllic Mason of tho Chicago A. A.,
both of whom aro goo.l for 4:20, nnd
Jimmy I'ower of tho Irish American
Mrnnlx .Most (in Sonic.
II tunes Knleliuiaini'ii will ha to lie
In tlie full lluui'i- of his old time form
or hn will get a llclilmj 111 thu five mile
event. Horace Hobleu nf tho New
York A. C, who phowed Kolelimalnen
the way tu the worsted In tho flvu
' mile event at tho Metioplltiins ; Ollio
Millard, th" const cteinn, who only
was beaten by u stride by Kolehmalnen
'In the live iiillc. national championship
last scasou : Joey Hay, who of lata
has been showing better form nt live
miles than ho htis at Hie mile; Kdgnr
Stout, the Far Western nvo mllo win.
I tier, nnd Harold Weeks of the Hoston
,.. A., who did SfitllilB. eased down,
In tint New Knglnnd championships a
week ugo, nrn bound to give, the
living Finn all thn miming bo wants.
Kolohmnlnoii npiieand "short" In tho
MetiiipiilltaiiH lift week, but with n
fortnight s more work the Finn should
be In top form.
The 440 yard high hurdle race looks
to bo nn open event, though Illll Men
til X of Hie Boston A. A., tho I scold
holder, I ulna a favorite. The wearer
of tho Winged Unicorn will have to do
belter than he did In the New Eng
.,'ind championships last week to win,
or Hummel of tho Multnomah A. C,
lohnny Norton of the Olympic Club,
mil Wnlsh of tho Knights of St. An-
ny nil nro Hying the fence In great
u look as If Mare: Wright of the
Uostou A. A., tho world's record holder,
would have to better 13 feet to win the
polo vault next Saturday. Sherman
Landers of the Chicago A. A. won the
Central Association championships with
the great vault of 12 feet 74 Inches and
looks capable of bettering the perform
ance. H. W. Harwood of the Boston
A. A., who tied with Wright at 11 feet
5 Inches In the New England cham
pionships, Wright winning the Jumpoff,
Ia a dangerous contender, Charlie Fee
of the Multnomah A. C. has done 12 feet
4 Inches: Fred Watktna of the Los
Angeles A. C. won the Far Western
tryouli with a vault of 12 feet S inches,
nosing out Johnson of the same club.
Most of the experts figure Landers) will
win the championship next Saturday
and It would occasion no surprise If
Wright, tho world's record holder, failed
to get a place. Ho Is not vaulting it
his best Just at present and needs to
be In full form to capture the laurels
Some Wonderful l.eapers.
Alma Richards of Cornell, Wesley
Oler of Yale and the New York A. C
who defeated Illchards In the Intercol
teglates : Egon Erlckson, tho former na-
i.inul .htmrilnn. wlm ImAt Oter In the
Metropolitans a week ago; Harry Har-1
wise of the iloston A. a., mo tw
England champion: Clinton Uirson of
Brlghnm Young University, tho present
national champion, nnd Joe Loomls of
the Chicago A. A. all nro Jumping well
over C feet nnd tho running high Jump
event nt Newark should be a classic.
So should tho running broad Jump and
the running hop, step and Jump, In which
such great leapcrs as I'latt Adams of
the New York A. C, Horry Worthlngton
of the Hoston A. A., Han Ahearn of the I
Illinois A. C W. F. Slsson of the Olym
pic Club, who recently cleared 23 feet
6'; Inches; Hall of the San Diego A. C.
and Joe I.oomls of the Chicago A. A. will
strive for the laurels.
Most of tho experts think that the
strugglo for premier laurels In thn dlscu
throw will be fought out between Arll '
Mucks, the young giant from tho Uni
versity of Wisconsin, und Emit Mueller
of the New York A. C. Hoth Mucks and
Mueller are moro consistent than Is Jim
Duncan, the former national champion
and record holder, but If Duncan cts In
one of his good throws he will grab the
championship. Hob Walker of the lin?
Island A. C, who won the Junior metro
polltan championship with a heave of
140 feet, nnd Hoy lligu.trd of the Los
Angeles A. will be dangerous com
petitors. If Lee Talbott of the Kansas City
A. A. comes Had nil of the weight men
will havo to look out for thlr lnuiel.
At this writing It Is not known whether
Talbott ! entered In th" Newark met
If he is he Is likely to up't calculation
In the discus and also will give I '.it
Kynn, Matt MeV.rath and llabo Mc
Donald the battle of their lives In tie
!f. pound weight. Another man who It
likely to horn In on the 11 pound weight
In William Lynch of the Irish Amerli.m
A. C. of Hostm. The- Heantuwn Harp Is
in great form.
rat and Matt 1st Battle.
Paddy Hyan and Matt Mcflrath will ,
have It out In the 10 pound lmmmtr and
Fat McDonald and Aril" Mucks should
fight a great duel In tho shotput. Tal
bott of Kansas City A. A., Llversedge of
California. Lnwlor of Hoton nnd Clem
berg of the Swedish American A. !. of
Chicago should tight It out for the places
In t"in shotpul.
Thn Jivellii throw looks to be an open
event with jweh cracks contesting as
(Iconic Hroi'W of t'i" Irish American
A ".. the (ire.ient intlnnal champion;
Jimmy Lincoln of tha .N'. '.v York A. t.
who defeated Hronder of the Metropol.
t.ins a week ago ; I.lversedgo of C.ili
forn'i. Hi" A!iii'r'..'in reford holder.
Chester 1-Ve of thn Mu'.t 111 Itllllll A. '",
who his firuwn 'l.e liaibed H'ear l'j
feet, and Hob Noureu of Home Clt,
Idaho, wh.i 's doing ISO feet consis
tently. N i nnt ena! chaniplon-hlp meeting
ever lsi'iste,i ,( cl.isjilcr rutty 'h.in h is
I n received for th game m New.uk
net S.ittinl.iy. No Oimpi.nl e,T tit
trnrtfd a gie.iter g.il.ivy nf champions
With good weather and track conditions
Father Time nnd the record book should
both be knocked hanging on the ropes.
All roads for the athletic enthusiasts will
lead to Wceiiuahic I'.uk, Newark, r.et
LINCOLN STABS VS. EMPIRES.
Harlem Team Will Meet Itrookljn
Itr nt Arctic Park To-morrow.
Th" l.i" ' "In St.r, fre-li from a trip
tlirmiKli the middle ti III rvl tn
Ar Mr P.uk tn-mmrnw afternnnn to en
k.i. liio lii.er.s-a in t ti first p.iiii ot n
ilnun lleilr The seals lire 11I1MIIK t
tup upei-il mil rlnmld link" thine lntr?t
Inir fo' llieir iiptmn-iii" The winner it
tll.if earn- n I pl.iv tile Ktiip res In t.u
feallire The I.loijill. iut I'.VMHI i'e.ll l.l
Seale and qiMllned tn nn'H I'le Kmplre-
l.it el.ell the Stars p1 n ei tlie r.ni
plre lifore a dig l.nlmr my crowd, anil
nuntlier eig Kith-ring l vpecleil to-ninr-row
Tlie Kuiptti' will lnte tlii'lr
ironRett lenni on the Hehl In an effort n
Bnne a iiraie el Mi'iorie-
FIRST ANNUAL DOG SHOW
QUEENSB0R0 KENNEL CLUB
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New Vork City,
Fifth Annual Dog Show
PLAINFIELD KENNEL CLUB
at Home Show iruiind, I'Ulunrlit, N.4,
Saturday, Sept. 23rd, 1916.
Entries close Friday, Sept. 8th. loifi.
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BRONX TO STAGE
DOG SHOW OCT. 12
Kennel Club Hns Obtained
Second Battery Armory for
Columbus Day Affair.
JUDGES ALREADY CHOSEN
One of the strongest and most repre
sentative lists of Judges Men for fcomo
time at a dog show has been selected
for the Initial American Kennel Club
show to be held by the Bronx. Kennel
Club In the old Second Battery Armory
on Thursday, October 12, Those selected
to dftte are .
If. K. Hloodgood, all sporting dogs,
pointers, settMS, spaniels, wolfhounds
and deerliounds, together with some of
the other breeds not yet listed i J.
Martinez, rtrcat Danes; J. Kuhlmnn, St.
Hernanls; Dr. F. H. Harrlinan. bull ter
riers; Mrs. Ollva Cedal, Now York, white
toy poeilles, English toy spaniels. Orlf
fdiis. Mnlteie terriers, Chihuahuas.
Italian greyhounds and toy black and
tun terriers; William Cunningham, bull
dogs; Alva Hosetiburg, Japs and Chow
Chows ; Dr. Do Mund, collies, German
sheepdogs, dachshunds, beagle, poodles
(large), Dnlmatlans nnd Doberman
plnschera; Jeremiah O'Collaghan, Irish
As this Is the first attempt by the
Bronx Kennel Club to hold a licensed
show, the ofllccrs and members of the
club have secured n cwrklng list of spe
cials, which will give every exhibitor a
chance to win one or moro prizes.
ENGLISH FANCIER BUYS
Lady Adriennn Moor, Famous
Pekingese Jlrecder, Pur
chases Sully's Uelle.
( Iiuiles !. Httfiton phlpped tl.e toy
poodle Champion Sully'n Huile to her new
owner. Lady Adrienue Moor, the noted
1'ekltigese breeder nnd Judge of London,
Jlngland. Hello railed on the Lapland
Thursday l!efnre departing she wus
mated with otio of Mr. Sullivan's bot
dogs. Utdy Moor, who Juilgid nt thu
Toy Spaniel Club of America's show nt
tln Waldorf two yenrs re!o, has taken
quite a fancy to the little toy poodle, and
fh hn purchased s-veril 4 ciinei.s in
this country tu niu-ment her Kncllrh
kennel. Her recent purchase. Hi lie, tins
won host of prizes In tliie country, and
twire v as ji'.jr il us the best do of her
bree.I nt the We 'mltt-ter In fact, f-Me
practically holds nn unlssiten rccoid
FIRST FLIGHT IS GOOD.
fireyhoond I Built for Speed, bat
Win In Blng.
Klllearn First Flight, an Amrlcan
bred greyhound bred and owned by the
Klllearn Kennels, hns Je-rn proving the
right to ti-e robrlqtii't First Flight by
the way lie has been winning over Im
ported and home bred champion.
.He ia a wonderfully sound Moo and
w ilte d"i;, with rare ler nod fe. t nnd
powerful quirter-. all of which nre is.
pentlal qualities for a v"d dog f H
br.ed. They nr.- !'' known as speedy
miners, nt..l n greyhnund without being
right In legs nnd feet would not get over
t!:. Waterloo course.
Klllearn First Flight wi built tn run.
nnd his outline elves ore til" Impression
nf n;.eec. H-" greatest oehltve'iient.
hnw'i ver, has ji.it Peon won not n race
iiuis. It "! ne tn him in the Judglrg
ring. Winning hfacki i -iver t i famous
Laidicvne Butcher Hoy nt tin. I.r. Mf
Westchester show gives the ICIllurn en
try the right to have i nini caned In
the hs.ll of fame of l l ".reed nf d"g
Dr. Xlnnnt, lloslonln n, Hns n
Dr A. F Mount. Hihway. N J ,
one nf the oldest breeders of H"S
Inn terriers 'u Aiin'i.i.i, has a r.'
in irk.'ihle puppy w iieli he Is gloom
ing fur n tling at the. presint 1 ,
winners. Tins nur.;t-ti.- f,i,l to In
tl. e lenl goods and sound Judge who
have looked li'm over preil'.et Hint a
bright slinw- ciitv er I nhenil nf Mm,
Hr. Mount will be rtmemb. i.., by old
timers n- the own.r of the one time
'ani'HH dog champion Oakmoimt (letn
and O.ikiiiniint Punch. The ouugster
which l now being reared lu the Mount
kfimels bid fair to put li! owner back
on Hie shoe bench with n dog of his own
breeding that inn overcome nil oppoM
t en nnd make a grea nan.e for his
I'HKNCll lll l.l.DIK.S.
roll S.ll.r -llxirniir Hilary lmrcain fur
1 OUllJf I lie. Tvtn liillKI .'I'd all'l II Hint 'I I'll
I'reiu h bull b k lir 1 liliiies imic in it helji
tn my s lid iletf, s.r I'ui.lypr.iti .eeine
' live do nrs fn the i.Ur MltS. 1'ltANK
MACl'illlM.M'K. Ill I ie Street. F'lnlllir'l.
l.i.tlA ImIiiiiiI J'liillie ,S'S .1 Nitiwli
CO( KKK KIMMIll.ti.
New Marlhuro, llerkhlre roiinty, Mat.
Famous champions at stud.
ruppirr. and itrimn li U. uaually for ul
HOAltlllNd AMI HANDLING.
M ATI.AND nOAKIIIMI KKNNrl.M.
Hoard your pet or phow ilnr In lh
flneit kennela In Amerlcx. Puna condi
tioned and haii'lled nt all abntva. The
brat uf pedigreed atock. all lireeda, for
aa.1 Anl.lev. N. T. Tel 210-W Dnltba
Kt rrr A NK It. Af)lVIAN. frop.
PEDIGREE BLANKS FREE OF CHARGE
New York Sun
Enclosed find 2c. stamp. Please send five pedigree
blanks free of charge.
TncMBUakainar be bad tn Iota of one hundred trlth kennel an1 owner' Rumens at
ari printed In ted, blue or bltrk Ink for tl "K drittrreU by mall anytttirre li inn U stand
Ut. rwun xlilail tTl-BOaunlilea Lkcckax mor erdar muat wwoaiiaui 3rdr.
DURBAR BEST DOG
IN COLUMBIA SHOW
Popular Ulack Cocker Spaniel
Continues Successful in
Hudson Exhibit ion.
SOUmtETTE IS SECO.VIV
lIrpsor, N. T., Sept. I. Diulnr, HIM
rcth IC Bloodgood's black cocker bpanlel,
won tho president's cup for best dug In,
the show at the annual fixture of the
Columbia Ctmnty Konnol Club held her
This Is tho third show at vhtch till
famous young cocker haa been leturued,
best of all breeds. After tho Judging h
was taken to tho Toronto show lo try to
wrest tho premier honor for Cunada'4
Best of oppostto sex to Durbar to-day
was n Boston terrier, Dallcn'o Suubrctlo,
exhibited by W. A. Conncll.
Soubrotte was put down In raro fornj
and pressed the winning dog olosolis.
Ono of tho best classes In tho show was)
for bc.tglo bitches when Helroy Crimson,
Slick's Sister and Mount Brilliant Comedy
met. Comedy, owned by Louis Lee Hag
gin, wan returned tho winner. Judrfej
James Anderson iaid the three were har4
to divide, the winner nosing out a tt
on substance. Mrs. W. C. Thompson
mado a champion of her Imported Yorh
shire terrier, Oatcnsby's Armley Llttla
Dick. Mm, II C. Waller's toy poodl
Snippy also gained Its title.
Dr. John E. Do mund had a fine lot of
dogs In tlio unclassified special classes.
Charles Esclstyno won for best local
dog with Hhella O'Brien, a wonderful
Irish setter. Fort Orange Kennels of
Albany won tho brace specials with a
pair of good bull terriers.
Tho nhow was an unqualified sue
over .suv uogs being on exhibition.
GAMIN'S RIVAL JR. A CHAMPION.
Woo Title nt Jtrccnt Newport Bosr
I The making of a clmmplon Is nlwnj
in rid letter oecolim nml uii..n i.i..
I French bulldog lecelved the winner's
jiuseuc, iiniKing u h inn neugcil cham
pion, thero wan great rejoicing at York
Iln.l..,. f I .1 . .. . ...
I ""'""ii " I" Homo Ol nugn w.
I Mr. Jackson owns several champion
French bulldogs, but they had attained
tl.nt honor before becoming his property,
so he was anxious to win a tltl.i with a
nog cxiiimied by h.m. Ho purchased
Cumin's Hiv.il Jr. ut n long figure while
that dog wan illll jn hi puppyiiood.
By winning nt tho majoritv of the
i """! "iicio ue was cxniLiuu, tins grand
spc'lm n win the full title at Newport,
wht is- lie beat a strung lleld. There are
I nvniy judges w.io know the breed that
..-on - star is tlm Pest French
bulldog ever l.i.sed.
l anders will Have I bonce
Show Hn lr SliM'k hi Plillly.
With Alva Hnsenburg nf New York
haling been srliotcd tn Jiiilgo the spe.
cuilty hnw of the Aiiietican Pomera
nian Club, whlih wiil be held in Phila
delphia Tucsilny, netober in. nm
.anciers will hne n splei.d.d i banco of
how'r- the r st , k i i... r a J i Ige who
' rnniite' il nun of the I. .nlil'g experts
nn . the hit'.. I..-.- . fi, 1M tn,. Initial
i fnll show of th.. pni'i nt i, tj, ti, nine,.,-,
i are str:''.Tiir tf mak. Ii n c
I ith t'i- iisii.i: fi ur point going to
th- winter In eac'i s. , n.u to mention
the largo niiinh. r of iicmev spec als nnd
j troplia j. t is mere th'.ii I Kely that
I'lnre lb. in i'i v,i ie imoilier of dogs
will be e.,f.i,.. il,.,ri.e F. Fiiev and
i fie rf'l-. r "f t', ebb i . milling nr-
r..rgein. tit t h i'.', i'e -ii.nv on one of
'the h.rge .j'ltr it .tub I'.ri.iii.dj
; DACHSHUND BENCH SHOW.
, Will lie Ilel.t in Mm,. Ifri gorlan
T I 1. 1: -liu: .1 Cluli ,.f Ameri n nn
iioiin.ei ii -mi ,, , j nnnunl
nienilicis' hU.w in the .,t. tlregoilnn.
Wet P"-f ty-lt i s'r,, ". nil Fr, lay een
lug Sepieinl.r :: CiMi nnd ribbon
jiind nieelal pnzoi w.ll be awirded to the
vii'tms. The -liow v .11 I ii tn nil
ilach, bun. i- F , . r.
taiy F. l.nii lliiiptner 1 1 -, Worth
Mio'ii .M'iv inn; coy
Xevr Ititnauer lit Urn. .Un,, oil.
Fred Siivth furqieily kennel manager
f"r .1 Hobllr.. Heird. has nce, ,),! A
position as the ni'inacir nf ft,)s,
P!in tor's He. '(wood la i. 'n l ,w Senlv.
Iiam nnd Wi'-li terrli r Tom Harris
who l.ok.d .iftet il... Pio, tor tirrler
last je,.r. ha- retm e.eii t.. i. i '.
... , ' , . llJIOt," in
..oil-, waorc nn v.i again breed
!c'-n .em wii.i, ,m, niil,0
prrux .-einiy :nnioii thr"ugi!"tit
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..riimle.m f'li .iiii.i .n i.'-iir onrp .M lin n
nn ciiiinii i ii't-.t j.fi." tin I. Vi,
tint). 11(1111. V.sil. is, A'..i'I. , x".,'1
Aiitnim.i: nipple 'or ,
tu't. lirn .'i K i e
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A S1'u''- . . Fee. M.VOO
Champion Lawton Rex
I'upiili . nml rrnii tt,-i- rnr nt
O. Cariey llarriinnn, J i.. f.inl Hi,,, .v, T.
JAl'ANI.M., l'.klnreje nn.t Pomernnlaa
pui'iili- rur mile. Jon nl mil. !6 L'lar
in. Ate , llroukltii.
.TAVANhtK SfANIKLl, urown dona an
r'lirnle fur ile lliiiorle. etn U, Mu
lurU-in, ail Hir:cn .-n , Hi k... liiun