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lUE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1919.
finals Reached in New York State and Clay Court Tennis Tourneys tflLLlAMS DEFEATS NILES AT TENNIS Former Champion Shows Skill in Disposing of Rival at Greenwich Courts. - Hy UGB1VB H. O'COIIIIRLL. OgggNwicH, July II. The old weath m man. or 8t. 8wtthln or whoever It l that has charge of the forty days rain which Is supposed to come after a wet 1 July IS, put somewhat of a crimp in ! the schedule of the Invitation tennis I tournament at the Field Club here, to day. However, Inasmuch as the down-nuin- wu saved for thr afternoon ths I Urnmlttee did not ret Into any un reasonable tangle, for a number of matches were finished prior to lunch ' time. The tennis was exceptional, consider ing the soggy court From svery point "f view it was by far the beat that has been seen on these historic courts, and it is not stretching" to hasard an humble opinion that It was as high class as any that has been witnessed on any courts in this country this season. The com petition was keen and all of the con testants seemed anxious to bring out the very best In them. The entire Interest of the rallery was centred around Robert Llndley Murray, tlie present national champion, trans plauted a few years ago from California to Niagara Falls, and Richard Norrls Williams 2d of Philadelphia, who has two leg's on the national cup. There was not a group gathered together In any corner of the club house or around the courts where the question of which of the two is better at this stage of the game was not discussed. Wllllasas Detests Iflles. Each had his coterie of admirers not only ready but anxious to point out the strong points of his favorite and the weakness of the other. They did not meet, but they both played and met worthy rivals. Williams climbed Into the third round by defeating Nathaniel W. Nlles of Boston In straight sets, at 1. 6 4. Murray gained a bracket In the semi-finals with a victory over The odore ftoosevelt Pell, at 9 7, 6 4. On the fnce of the scores those who were not fortunate enough to see the matches and who still have faith in the grand old dope might be tempted to say offhand that Williams was the better because his victory was won by a more comfortable margin. Then the relative strength of the opponents of Williams and Murray would have to be consid ered. Nlles has reached the flrat ten eight times- Pell has been in that select circle only five times. Last year Nlles was rated no. 6 ana cell -o. iu. On that dope Nlles apparently has the edge, but It does not always follow that any two players of about equal strength will he equally strong on any given day. t As a matter of fact, to-day Pell, es ; socially In the opening set. played as good tennis as he ,ever played. He fell off In the second se- Nlles, on the other hand, played well In both sets. William Roundlaar Into Conditio Williams Is rapidly rounding Into shape. He is not burning himself up In an attempt to play late AuguRt tennis in mid-July. He Is trying hard this was apparent to-day to take a-M the wrinkles out of ills game. Niles played very well against hfm and was not beaten by er rors but by the better playing of Will lams. The former champion had the same old severity of service and showed thr same old tendency to double faulting, i He lost three of his service games mainly through this tendency. In the opening set the points were very evenly divided and three of the games went to deuce before they were finished. In the second set Nlles gave Williams a scare and the gallery many a thrill by his brilliant playing. He gained the lead at 4 3, breaking through Williams's de livery twice for love games. The Phlla delphlan steadied then and carried off the last three games. His next opponent will be Walter Merrill Hall, Middle States champion. They will meet to morrow morning. thirrni OtT Korni. As mentioned before, Pell was as good against Murray to-day as he ever was. Murray, however, was rot in the form that he should be at this stage of the season. The champion had plenty of speed on his service and showed an Im provement in his ground Btrokes. His . placing, however, was not as good as it might have been and he did not show his Sport Events To-day BASEBALL Giants . . Cabs at Pete U rsaads, I r. M. asperlsae v.. Cua rlnn.ll st K libel a Field, 111 P. M, KACINfl At Empire City track, Von kers, lit P. N. POLO Coapesstown ts. IWkasvay at Rorkaway Minting cinh. edartinrat, 1 I., P. M. Bsaseaa Country Mob, Rnmsna. N, J., tournament match, g P. M. BORNE SHOW laltp Pats (lab, Oak land Park, liar shore, L. L, liM A. X. LAWN Tr.NMH Invitation tourna ment at tireeawleh (Cans.) Held ('lab. New l'srk State champion ship at Ultra. National clay court ehamplonablp at Chicago. New Jar say csaat ehsmplonahlp at Spring Lake. OOl.K Wectrheater ronnty ehamblon ahlp at Apawassls Inn. By, N. V. New Jersey Htate championship at Ileal. Mali sweepstake at Haltuaral. Clah handicap at North Hempstead. Selected score handicap at (Ilea Bldge. Inli handicap at Dunwoodle. Tombstone match at Mharkamaion. Club handicap at PlalnfleM. Clnh raps at Montclalr. Clab handicap at Usdney Pamaa. Ball sweepstakes at C'oloala. July trophy at St. An drew's. Men's nag handicap at Lake Mahopac. Bnckensack Oolf Club. Second round of the July tour ney, greens and tournament commit tee's priset medal play, IS holes; ball sweepstakes. SWIMMING Open meet at Bye, N. T. YACHTINO Race week at Larehmont Yacht Club. Hertee races, Sensraa haka Corinthian Yacht Club. CB1CBBT Cameron at Brooklyn. Longfellow at Kings fount . Manhattans at Peterson. Benaon hurst Hover at Staten Island. Co lumbia Oral at Columbia Oral Rov er.. Manor Field at Benaonhorst. GARLAND TO MEET KUMAGAE FOR TITLE Yale Tennis Captain and Pres ent Champion Clash for State Honors To-day, TILDEN IN CLAY -COURT TENNIS FINAL Philadelphian Will Meet John ston for National Champion ship in Chicago To-day. Specie! Denpntch to Tns Sus. Chicaoo, July 18. William M. John ston of California and William T. Tllden. qd. of Philadelphia, will fight It out to morrow afternoon on the courts of the South Side Tennis Club for the national clay court lawn tennis championship, now held by Tllden. Johnston came through to-day nfter a nerve wrecking five set match with the veteran, Walter T. Hayes of Chicago, the sets going at 4, 63, 71. 57, 64. while Tll den in the other semi-final match in the singles defeated Robert M. Kinsey at 6 4, 7 6, 10 8, playing very er ratically. The great surprise of the tournament cunt in the seml-flnal round of the men's doubles, when Tllden and Vincent Richards, who are the present national doubles champions, were eliminated by Klnsey and Axel Oravem, a pair of youngsters. The score was 2 6, S 6, 7 5, io , 6 4. The Callfornlans came from behind to make a winning attack at the net position. In the other seml-flnal match Johnston and Sam Haidy defeated S. Howard Voshell and Hayes by a score of 9 7, 6 0. 6 3. In the women's championship singles the two winners who reached the final round were Miss Carrie B. Neely of Chi cago, long prominent in Middle West tennis, and Miss Corinng Oould of Kan sas City. Miss Neely accomplished the downfall of Miss Marie Qualey by a score of 7 5, 3 6. 6 4, while Miss Oould eaally defeated Miss Marlon Leighton. The Summaries. Men's National Clay Court Champion ship Mingles. Semi-llnal Hound William T Tllden 2d defeated Robert M. Klnaey, ( , 7 6. 10 I: William M. Johnston de feated Walter T. Hayes. 44, 1, 7 . I 7, 6 i. Men's Championship Doubles. Fourth Round S. Howard Voshell and Walter T. Hayes defeated Pred Jostles and Theo dore Drewee, 6 2. 6 I, Men's Doubles. 8eml-flnsl Round Hardy and Johnston defeated Voshell and Hayes, 9 T. 4 0, 6 S; Klney and Graven de feated Tllden and Richards, t 6. t I, 7 6. 10 I, 6 . Women's Championship Single,, Third Round Miss Carrie B. Neely defeated Mrs. Harry Peters, 61. 7: Miss Marie Qualey defeated Mian Beach, 8 , 4 1: Mlaa Corlnne Oould defeated Mrs. Malcolm McNeill, 2. 2; Mix Marlon I.clghtnn defeated Mlaa Buda Stephens. 6 I, 6 2. Seml-flnal Round--Mlse Carrie B. Neely defeated Mlaa Marie Qualey, 75. J . f. 4; Miss Corlnne Gould defeated Miss Marion Leighton, ( 2, i. Women's Championship Doubles, Flrat Round Miss Neely snd Miss M. R Voor hsrn defeated Mlaa Wella and Mlsa Beaver. 4, 6 3; Miss Each and Mrs. Wise won I.elghton by sldo de- iperiel Detpateh to Tns Scs. 1'TicA, N. T., July 18. Charles S. Garland of Pittsburg, captain of the Yale tennis team, will challenge Ichlya 'Kumagas of Japan for the title of New .York State champion on ths courts of I the Tahnundaats Club to-morrow after jnoon. The former national Junior I champion becama a finalist to-day I through successive defeats of Craig j Blddle and Frank T. Anderson, the for mer at I 3. 1 S, and Anderson by a ! score of 4 . 7 B, ft 4, 3. I The present title holder had a some what easier match to ths final bracket , first. He overwhelmed Clarence J. Griffith of California at 1. 60. and then eliminated Kirk Reld In a straight set of seml-flnal, 6 I, 6 8, 6 0. The ifour teams to reach ths seml-flnal round In the doubles were Griffin and c 8, Oarland, Kaahlo and Orhbons, the An derson brothers and Blddle and I. C. Wright. Kumagae's victory over Griffin was close to a record breaking perform ance In the completeness of his superior ity In every department of play. Ha made only seven errors In the entire nntc-h. netting the ball five times and driving It out twice. Griffin scored only seven points In the first set, four coming In the one game placed to his credit, and his total for the second set was only nine. In the first Ave games of the match the Callfor nian scored only three times. He went pointless In the fourth and fifth ses sions. He then broke through foe. his lone game, scoring two clean placements and getting a pair of errors, after which he dropped another game for the set. 6 1. The second set contained the only deuce game of the match, but beyond this Orlflln put up little opriosltlon. This was not due so much to lack, of form on the part of the former sharer In the national doubles title as to the practically flawless quality of Kuma gae's play. His looping drive was suffi cient to win a majority of the points for him, being absolutely dependable In ac curacy and speed. The Japanese left bander was far more closely pressed by Reld In the afternoon, and the latter might have won at least a set if he had not previously gone through an exhaust ing three set match with Harold Taylor, whom he defeated. 7 9. 6 3. 6 2. The doubles provided something of an upset when Kashlo and Gibbons took the measure of Kumagae and Taylor !n a three set match, 6 3. 5 7, 6 2. A complete lack of cooperation on the part of the losers was sufficient to ex plain their defeat. Taylor was very bad at the start, while Kuamagae slumped equally toward the finish. I he Summaries. Single.; Fourth Round Charles 8. Oar- Isnd defestei Craig niddle. 3. 7 I; Frank T. Anderson defested Holbrooke Hyde. 2, t I; Kirk Reld defeated Har old Taylor. 7 . 43. 2; Ichlya Kum agae defeated Clarence J. Griffin. I 1. 4 0. Seml-flnal Round Charles S. Qarlsnd defeated Frank Anderson. 44, 76, 4 4 81; Ichlya Kumagae defeated Kirk Reld. 6 3, 8 -3. 8 0. Doublea: Seohnd Round Kumagae and Taylor won frotn Donaldaon and Ewin br default: Fred and Frank Anderson 'de feated F. o. Anderson and W. J. Tous aalnt. 8 0. f 4, 4 4. Third Round C. J Orlflln and C. 8. Oarland defeated O. H. Jtlcard and E. F Torrey. 4 0. I 7: Kashlo and Gibbons defeated Kumagae and Taylor. 4 3. 5 7, 4 5; Anderaon brothera defeated Mnlloy and K. W. Thomas. 4 0. 8 I; Blddle and I. C. Wright defeated Devereux and Dev ereux. 4 4. 4 4. 4 3. Cnnaolattun Single.: Second Round I W Flatter defeated J. Haadlsy, 4 1. 4 0 E. W. Thomaa defaatrd K. Tamaaakl. 43. 2 4. 4 0; E. F. Thomaa. Jr.. won from F. I. Ordway. by default: O. H. Klrard defeated W. T. Malloy. Jr.. 4 I, 3 4. 4 4: Sam Campbell defeated Allan Garland. 2. 61: Slgmund Spaeth de feated Harold Sample, 3 4, 4 8. g 1; J. I. Train defested E. c. Frost. 4 4, 4 4. 7 6: V. Q. Anderson defeated Major O B. Ilarran 8 . S 4. Idrfaulted). Third Round L. W. Flahrr defeated E. W Thomaa. 2 4. 43. 8 2; O. H. Slcard defeated E. F. Thomaa. Jr.. 41, 0 4 4 4; 8. Spaeth defeated 8 Campbell. 4 3, 4 8; F. O. Anderson defeated J. L. Train' 4 1. I 10. 40. 44. 44. Second Round Mre. McNeill Waldo defeated Mrs. Herdrlrk Pugli. 44. 42. anil and Mlsa Miss COX HOLDS REINS OVER TWO WINNERS Takes Feature Events Grand Circuit Meet. in usual energy In gettlnp around ths court. ! from Mrs. Field snd Mlsa I.elgh t-. ...n.,. w , j-. default: Mrs. McNeill and Mlsa Wa CI -""' wns ai ; . . . ...,t , ,, Mlaa Stephrna times, and frequently permitted himself , t ga, M1. Tlmin and Mra Wahl to be outguessed by his rival. In the defeated Mlaa Qualey and Miss Dunlove opening set Pell had the lead at 3-1 and again at 0-4, simply because he was out playing the champion. In the tenth game he came within an ace of winning the set on three different occasions, but could not deliver the punch, and Murray took the game, squaring the set after deuce had been called our times Pell had the lead again at 7-6, but Muiray braced and carried off the next three games. Pell fell off In the second ' set, and although the champion failed .to Improve, he managed to eke out ths victory. Murray will meet Dean Mathey In the semi-final to-morrow. Mathey defeated A. S. Dabney, 6-4. 6-2. and gained a default from Iyle K. Mahan, whose wrist was ln bad shape. Willis B. Davis of San Francisco moved up to the seml-flnal round by a victory over Beals C. Wright. Only one set wall played, which Davis won at 13-11, and then Wright, tuckered out from the strenuous play, retired. In the men's doublea only one match was played. This resulted In a victory for Harry C. Johnson of Boston and Williams over Alrlck H. Man, Jr., and Fred C. Inman, at 6-8, 6-3. In the women's doubles Miss Bleanor Gosa and Mlsa Marlon Zlndersteln, the national champions, reached the final round by defeating Mrs Marshall McLean and Mra. I,. G. Morris at 6-4, 6-8. Miss Molla Bjurstedt and Mrs. 8. F. Weaver moved into the seml-flnal round by dis posing of Mrs E. Raymond and Mrs. Ta. Win.l .., 1Afi S 1 Tl. . IM play against Mrs. George Wlghtnnyi and saiBS .viarie v agner to-morrow. i ns summaries : ISLIP HORSE SHOW. for Ta ller. .rd Kntrj Resell ed day's Events. Tito Islrp Polo Club's horse show, wh ch will be known this year as the "Victory" Rhow and which will take place this mornln and afternoon on the club's grounds at Gakwood Park, be tween Bay Shore and Iellp. L, I., will he the largest ever held under the aus pices of this organisation from fhe stand olntpof entries. Not only are there mro exhibitors, but there are more i-ses. and the events will prov'de some .n (simpetltlon. MORE REVERSALS AT EMPIRE CITY TRACK Bally, Mistress Polly and Fairy Wand Tnrn Somer saults in the Mud. By HBff RY V. KINO. There were two glaring form retfhrs,)s yesterday afternoon at Empire City track. In ths Claremont Purse Jsmei Butler's Bally, the horse which beat the renowned Luculllte a few days ago, couldn't raise a good gallop and was beaten off by Fairy Wand and Ros D'Or. In ths fifth race II. Neusteter'r Mistress Polly, which ran like a dray horse a few days ago, came to life, ran like a stake horns and beat a high clnst field of platers In a romp. Both reversals earned ths wrath of tho stewards as well as ths public, but the trainer of each offered an excuse which pnclfled the officials. Dick Miller, tralnet of Bally, said his charge was not at Ms best In ths mud, and Neusteter ex plained that Mistress Polly was twenty pounds better over a sloppy track than on a cuppy one such as that over which she raced on Wednesday. While the excuses satisfied ths stew ards they were not approved by the race goers. They pointed out that Bally should not have been started yesterday, snd that Mistress Polly ahould not l-.avt been sent to the pott on Wednesday. Fairy Wnnd Lends All the Way. IT-alrv V'amV, ln,.... I . I ,-i.. ........ r. .11 i,. I , III LIIO 1 1.11 - mont was somewhat of a reversal too, but It was expected from her. She Is thr meanest and most erratic thoroughbred in training. She usually does diametri cally opposite to what is expected. Thrpo fin-ma , K a. ........... V- , . , 1 - uiio BCKnuu nil iimb HUUICII. and on each occasion her owner and mi. ner were connoent she would win and she wna kutn ..rr .i ... ...... VI , . a r i 1 1.1 lll' I placed little confidence In her and she iwpi mo iracK lmmeaiaieiy alter the "'" every post a winning one and won eased up a length and a half In front of Rose D'Or, which took second honors three lengths in front of Bally. it . , . .. . . aa-arvra going 10 tne post alry Waad carried on like a wild horse. While be ing walked around the paddock she tried her mle-htUut in 1.-1..1, .a " " " en'uo ui racegoers standing around the outer rail. .,11 -.-,-'i une group oy only a few Inches II.T hlnri :m, o,-,..o. . u - 1 , ,. . ,x 111,- mini ii railing against which they were stand- ins 111111 eiuinterea 11. for this wild lunge she suffered n 1 1 1 - .. cut nn 11... right hind leg. At the post she tried to l,U1 ..11 1 . . wv. hi 1 ,iCi oppunms. nut when the barrier went up she forgot everything but racing. She raced to the front In the first flftv vnrita auri,n . .1 turn at a terrific pace and entering the backstretch was five lengths In front of her opponents. From then to the end she stepped along at a fast but steady Dace and never left tv, -u,w i doubt. Mistress Polly Beorsa,. Mistress Polly raced King John Into submission In the first five furlongs, then drew away and won galloping by three lengths from John L Day. The White Plains Handicap also was a big disappointment to the crowd. It was won by the Allies Stable's Masda. with W. C. Clancy's Pickwick second. Pickwick la one of the best mudlarks In the country, was considered a sure win ner and made an odds on favorite at 1 to 2. Masda, in her last race In the mud. could not untrack herself, and was beaten off. This led E. T. O'Sulllvan, her trainer, to believer that she was not fond of the ftoing, and he advised all of his friends not to wager on her. But when It came to racing Masda ran like a veri table mudlark, while Pickwick perfoimed like a horse which preferred a fast track. The Investigation of the running of the Mount Vernon Handicap has not been completed. The stewards had Henry Mc Danlel and Johnny Lxftus before them yesterday, hut were unable to reach a decision. The officials said that there was one more point about the race which they wanted to clear up before issuing a verdict. Mr. MrDanlel admitted that he told Loftus to take Sun Briar off the pace, but explained that he Instructed the Jockey to take a snug hold on him and not to pull him as far out of It as the Jockt y did. Loftus admitted to the stewards that he might have ridden a bad race but added that If such wre the case It simply was a case of poor Judgment. It was a miserable day at the track. I Haiti fell all afternoon, and the paddock j track and paddock were ankle deep in I mud. Three odds on favorites wen bowled over, but three other first choices won. MOORE LOST OWING TO ALLEGED FOUL Referee Corri Penalized Amer ican Boxer for Open Glove Hitting. By CHARLES P. M ATHISOX. According to yesterday's cabled Infor mation from England, Pal Moore, the American bantam, was decided against by Referee Corrl because of violation of the Bngllsh boxing rule prohibiting the striking of blows with the open glovs. It Is declared that Corrl warned Moore In the tenth round, and It was this of fence that cost Moore' the victory. Corrl did not disqualify Moore, as he could have done under the rules, but named Wilde ths winner on points. Only one warning Is said to have been given to Moors about ths open glove offence, despite the fact that It has been the cus tom of English referees to warn an of fender three times and disqualify for the fourth violation. In the absence of an official statement from Corrl, It appears that he decided in Wilde's favor on points, althouglr the real basis for the decision was Moore's violation of rules. By this decision the impression Is conveyed that Wilde had the better of the engagement on his mer its as a boxer, although all reporta agree that the Briton was decisively out pointed by the American. Moore Tried Hard for KnooUont. Cabled comments on the bout received here yesterday are as follows: "Moore outpointed the British fly weight champion, but repeatedly struck him with open gloves. Referee Corrl cautioned him In the tenth. This cost him the victory. The verdict went to Wilde on points. In the last five rounds Wilde was bleeding at the mouth and nose, but he hung on and forced the fight, though Moore landed freely. "Moore's best rounds were the six teenth and seventeenth, when he .wal loped Wilde all over the ring. Wilde came back In the twentieth round, show ing a burst of speed and taking the of fensive. Wilde missed frequently. In tho last ten rounds and left the ring nearly exhausted. Moore was fairly fresh. "The American tried desperately to ward the end of the bout to knock out his agile opponent, but Wilde evaded him." Here Is a list of the offences for which an English referee can disqualify a con testant : "The referee shall have power to dis qualify a contestant for any of the fol lowing acts : For hitting below the belt, for using the pivot blow, for using the kidney punch, for hitting with the open glove, the Inside or butt of the hand, or with tho wrist or elbow. For holding, butting, shouldering. Intentionally fall ing without receiving a blow, wrestling T roughing, or for any other act which he may deem foul. The referee shall also have power to stop the contest If In his opinion a contestant Is outclassed or accidentally disabled." Unless a boxer strikes with the palm of his hand or the wrist, hitting with the open glove is in favor of the man hit, for there g no force to the blow. Because Moore has tievn accustomed to hit with the open glove Is one reason that he never has done much knockout execution. f'arprntlrr vs. Dick Smith. The next bout of International Interest will bring together Georges Carpentier, champion heavyweight of Europe, and Sergeant Dick Smith, former light heavy weight champion of England. Tliey will meet to-morrow In Paris in a twenty round bout, and it will mark the French man's first appearance In the ring In a set contest since the war started. if Carpentier retains any of the form he possessed previous to the outbreak of the war he should dispose of Smith In Jig time. As the Frenchman is slated to meet Beckett, champion of England, September 2. the former's work against Smith will be closely watched. a L ROD AND GUN NEWS July IB. July ao. HIGH WATER FOR LOCAL ANOLKR FOR THE WKBK KM). Sandy Book 1 rtnress Jamaica Bay Governors W 11 lets ri se Horseshoe) Bay (( 'aoarsle. ,Ialand ug, r.M A.M. f.M. a.m r.M. 1:18 A.M. P.M. A I 1.U7 II .Of I .'! 1 13 2:12 1 '.: 2:&2 1:22 2:10 Point A.M P.M. :st 441 4:4S 6:17 New liondon A.M. P.M. 2 12 2:&2 l OS 3 411 Cochrane Conilnar to America. Cochrane, the Bngllsh promoter, offers Drmpsey ilii.OOO to meet Beckett, and Is i omlng to America to talk with the v.-orld's champion. Dempssy has faid he would insist on challengers eotnlits to this country for n title match. At the same t'ne Dempssy Is a youln who Ollld not give an Kngllsh retcree a . har.ee to decide on "points." Kid Lewis nnd Jack Hrltton will be ulii to-day their training fur the cham pionship bout at the Armory A. A.. Jer sey CltFi July US. Lewis yoc-i to Long Branch, sfiiere he will he conditioned iy Jimmy He Forrest, trainer of Dempssy. Itrltcn will do Ills work at Kye Ileach. t THE SUN'S RACING CHART. KMI-IHK CITY RACKTBAC'K, Jnly IN llalny, track sloppy. Large Catch ef Fluke, f'apt. BUI .Stephens of the steamboat Ve locity reports an extraordinary large num ber of fluke off Sandy Hook yesterday, de spite the Inclement weather. Passengers on hia boat caught as high as S3, occasion ally hauling In as many as two and three at a time. Incidentally, Individual catches ranged as high as 40, with a few surpaaa Ing this number. Anglers are assured of making large catches it thay are adven turesome enough to brave the probable bad weather. Channels and Weaka In Delaware Bay. William it Boulton of 100 Broadway with three frlenda left Morristown, N. J., on Sunday last In an automobile and ran down to Greenwich piers in the southern part of New Jersey, about seven miles from Brldgaton. Concerning the trip Mr. Boulton sayst "We put up at the Ureanwlch Piers Hotel, which Is very wall kept and which I can recommend highly to all visiting fisher men. Newklrk N. Wants Is the pro prietor and he takes a personal Interest In the successful outooma of the fishing trips undertaken by his guests. I feel sure that many fishermen will be glad to know of this excellent tesort. "Monday morning we started out In a motor boat at i o'clock and ran out for soma distance Into Delaware Bay. Dur ing tho day we changed our position once or twice, but In each plaoe we mat with the beat of luck and ended up by bringing In 111 fish. Including t channel baas weigh ing, respectively, 4t and II pounds. The balance of our oalch conalsted of weakflah and croakers or sea parch. "On Tuesday we started off early for Morrlatown, and brought our fish through In fins condition, packed In tee. "Greenwich Piers can be reached over the lines of the Central Railroad of New Jerasy and anybody can find out about the tralna by applying for time tables. Mr. Wents Is not only a good hoteUxeapcr. but also an ardent friend of wild life n every form snd has been doing especial ly good work In helping tha quail through ths hard winters. I heard a number of Qua I whistling In the vicinity of the hotel while I was there." Trouble Illeposlng of Surplus Catch. ...T,i?.BIJou Glebing Club last Sunday In tha BIJou of Shecpshead May returned from the outside grounds with fluke, most of tho men having as many as they cared to carry. Soma of the fishermen had troubla In dlapoalng of tha aurplua catch. Juat Imagine three fluke weighing three pounda selling for a quarter or two duke weigh ing from two to two and a half pounda olTered at the aame price! Here was a chance to cut the high coat of living, but only by beseeching people to take the flah wore they disposed of. . NEW YORKER. New Tork. July U. Foot Leaders Increase Flake Catehes. Flahermen on board the Joe Plnkett from Sheepahead Bay on Sunday. Bailing at the Ceclara off Sandy Hook, and the tiedney channel caught fluke Many of the anglers had provided them selves with atrong two and three foot lead era which muili the catch of each one oeller than any Sunday thla season. Sev eral times two fish at a clip wore hooked and often a call was heard for the net as a big one waa hooked r'v'uSkv al" with his usual cry of ine tlsh are here.'" sounded quite natural to tha old tlmera. . .i!1 'J lh mntti for fluke and many or the boata are reporting good catchea each day. TH,E KAN W'TH THE LEATHER PANTS. Hroc-klyn, July 14. Thrill, of Fresh vs. Salt Water Angling. I wish It distinctly understood before hand 'Switch Keel." that thla artlcl. ! abaolut.ly without malice Intent. When I read your remarka on the trout fly In. THE St s of July 3 I found It Impaaalble to ke. p quiet. I just had to broak out like a rash "m-V n'' p,un'i " 'he Westerners say W hat your prevloua article, to w hich Tamarack" took exception was. I do not know, but with reganl to what you aay about the fight being over when you honk a trout makes me ask you. Were you fish ing with worms or using a number six fly? Switch Reel" says: "No matter that the quarry Is barely larger than a man's hand. It la the wily mental equipment .if the trout over which the angler has pre vailed but the triumph enda as the h.,,li Inka Into the Jaw of the tlsh. In the surf a battle bcglna at that point. A hato brothers of the hlg stick, that the little waters cannot match. All the hue which la applied to edtllea, boulders, sulr'.s. p holes unier banks, pools un.l rlpplts finds .i counterpart In that applied to beach for. matlotis. the flotsam a:nl jetsam at tin .-t high water mark, temperature of water, direction of littoral currents, wind and weather condltlona and tides." Mr. dear "Switch Keel," If you used the tackle that a regular trout angler uic permit me to Inform you that when you hook the trout. If yuu are quick enough to pull that stunt, the game has only then .Carted. Hsve you ever hooked a three pound trout on a number twele or een a sixteen midge fly ami fought him down atristn f,r half a mile with the fear of losing him deep In your heart? Then, and then only, have you felt the real thrill of the real trout angler. I see that ynu admit that even the seven Inch trout gives you a fight If he Is given a chance to do so. I regret to say thst 1 am afraid (while not at all accusing you of unsportsmanlike methods) you have been fishing and not angllgg for trout. And believe me, there Is a vast difference In the meaning of the two words. You say, "Switch Reel": ".No other school of angling than the dry fly starts by going so deeply Into ths my.terloua processes of nature. The sunken fly ap proximates a dead Insect drifting down stream." While you have hedged your rrmark with the word "approximates," which al lows untold latltud. to th. remark, and likewise covers a multitude of sins as an alibi, It Is absolutely erroneous that the wat fly was ever Intended to represent a dead Insect. Very much to tha contrary. If such were the case all the wet fly angler would have to do would be to drop his fly Into the stream and let It float away, with drawing it whan the line had run out, snd Just repeating the performance. There would be no necessity of keeping the fly in motion all ths time, as .very wat fly carter knows Is so essential If he exp.ots to gat good results. "Switch Heel" adds: "We cast and await the signal that th. battle Is on. While we wait the dry. fly angler Is achieving hi triumph, whleb comes In th rise. His battl Is over in a few seconds. HI great triumph Is wholly mental " With rfrnc to the above paragraph, as 1 have mentioned before, you are away off there, "Switch Red": the battl haa only Juat started, and If you are rigged prop.rly you may have a very tired arm before It ts finished, eo again I will have to say that If you are skilled enough to land your trout you have scored a decided phy.lcal a well as mental triumph. Writes "Switch Real" nar the close of his article: "Freely do I concede that his mental triumph Is greater than ours. A great distinction lies between what hap pens befi.ro and what happens after the nook 1. set. Tha storm of elated emo tion, which thrill through a battle of thirty minutes or an hour or more, when a man, slx.d flah Is straining th. powerful rod of the sea, never raged In th breast of an angler In th little waters." "Switch Reel" make, the very rash statement that th man alted fl.h only swim. In d.ep waters. Let in tell you. "Switch Reel' that the atreams of this country are lined with an unending pro cession of broken rod., hooks, leadera and snella. when the man hooked fish that were too big for him, and som of mine are In that profession, and at that 1 have landed a S.h weighing two and a half pounda with a broken fly and a very rusted worm hook Imbedded In his gainey little Jaw, and when that happened I figured that 1 had et least broken even. s "Switch Reel." don't you think you have taken a. lot on one pair nf ahnuldera to be spokesman for the thousands of trout flahermen by making the pn.ltlve state ment that the straining of the rod never raged In the breast of the stream angler? When you .ay this, I have to a.k, Wher. has thl. man angled for trout, or ha. he ever done so? 1 combined aalt with fresh water angling for about thirty-two year., and finally had to go to the streams to get It. I cast In the surf before anglers were using the "long handled derrick" that Is now known as a surf rod. Have you noticed that a few real unglera are tlehlng lur weakflah with trout rods? And have you read of the exploit of the cotton thread anglers for striped bses? There Is some hope for those fellows. They are real anglers. Well, good luck to you. "Switch Keel. I assure you no offence. It's Just a mat ter of opinion -and maybe experience New Tork, July 18. ABTOOWBRB. "Wolf of the Sea" on Fihlhltlon. A model of a killer whale, he so-called "wolf of the .ea," posed as If making an attack on a sulphur bottom whale. Is now completed and on exhibition In the Amar. lean Museum. Th killer Is a small whale of no com mercial value, but distinguished from other whales by Its great strength and faroclOJy It preys on warm blooded sea animals, such aa seals and sea Hons, and attacks other whales, biting off th anas of thlr flukes and flippers and tearing out their tongue.. Killers hunt In "parks." When attack ing, they bellow In a way that paralyse their prey with fear. The present model 1 a Ufa sis repro duction, twenty-two feet long, built with a wooden framework plunked diagonally la basawoad and covered with wire netting. This surface I IllUd with a coating ef whits lad and whiting, over which th final pslot Is laid. A structure of tbls na ture eliminates th great weight walcfe would encumber a plaster oast. Otto Block of the Am.rlosn Museums preparation shop constructed the modes under tha supervision of Director F. A. Luoas from measurements and photograpka taken by Roy C. Andrew of a speolmsa captured on th Paclflo coast. MOD AND out 4 A.M. NOTICE 4 A.M. JOSEPHINE THURSDAY, SATURDAY AND UN DAY l.avea Dunns' Dock, Sheepahead Bay, fat B A SSFIH II INO. Capt. BERT, . SHEDDERS AND AND BLOOD WORMS. FISHING TACKLE Relngsld. 104 tth A v., 1 Ith S Cbelasa 4444. FOXY QCILLBR CRAB NF.rs. WATCH OCR MOVING NOTICK. HTKKL MOTOR VESSEL PRISCILLA Installing 100 R. P. engine. Watch eV umn for announcement of next Sunday's fishing trip. Captain ENGLAND. Steamer LINTA leaves Oanarsle Daily snd Sunday 7 A M. Capt. WM. McAVOY and A. SMITH, form erly of the "Genevieve." HAND-MADE RODS g Oreenheart and lancewnod. 10c. a foot. Bethabara and Split Bamboo. Nickel and .. . . c-erman Silver fittings. C. toehrinrer, 1286 Myrtle Ave, Brooklya B A HH HA s4 II AfaS. rs Punne'a. SheeDahesd y. Dally. 8 A. M , Sun- y. 5 A. M. pi. ARCHIE B1TKNKR. COMMODORE leaves Molltor'a, Queenawuter Sta.. every Thnrs and Sat 4:43 train: Sun... trahV dally Sun- it .in . .. arrival -. ...... iini i-enn station: 5:46 trolley from Brooklyn. Fare, inc. bait and tax, 11.41. SILVER WAVE HOTEL RTrn'"v "?d .LRUnc"- Blt for."!;. j sb. sh .-.Yw sr. sSr ""nuc Ave. sun.lav E. t.lLnFjtgLKEVE. Tel. 3 Freep.rt. namng parties taken out fishing or for pleasure. Addreas rapt. H. WARD. Larson's Dock. B'iy 47th BL, uimer Park. ain. N, v. CapUoelLj SELNADA ? sfirw, T.Tf. . m day. 4:30. on ar ROD AND C.l'N. FISHING AROUND NEW YORK" 4 GIRALDA mm itws a vii Fl.l KK. KLONDIKE BANKS SUNDAY 3 A.M. Daily tXOtpt Monnay. S A. M . Martin's lock. Shf-ppshrad, Bun., 3 a. M. Carl D. MARTIN. NOTICE Commindng Tutdar July 2-. OtraW Hill FH it from dock foot of Oct-an Aw. Stat t',nOiea-l BftY. - NOTICE M ILL SAIL THIS SUNDAY, ja l. avea nuntlays fool of Wash- sTi15flGn Ing: Bt , Jersey City. T VdavVII x, M and J'ler I, C R. R , r.,n t Capt. R. O'RRIKN. page.. U k... .,. , . .SC. a ropy. ," '""', ""w 10 r'e7. "He hook, prop.r OV i tl V1"e or bv "","' KNOWL- ML LUCR. Basis Bldg.. Brooklyn, 1 i r.Ml aw FI.I KE. leavea Sunday. Washing ton St., Jersey city. 7 A. M : Jersey Central Plr. Capt. OVa LERLRAOB THELMA Til, HELEN KM KB PLENTY FLCKJK." r.ast Hist St., Sunday, 6 A. M . 7th St. S:J0 A. M. Bait on ard. Firing haea Cant, nicnra may, from Clmer Park r. on Sloon "K,lith N at A. M. Far. 41. CO la- Seaweeds eluding Halt and War Tax M. J. R. III. LONG BRANCH PIER VIMI Fluke. Fluke Are rirntlliil. Wrnliltkh nnd Klngflsli Are Hltlng. Ball nn.l Ta.-kle. Long Branch. N. J ML A 1IAMM AMI RLACHriSH Ml . 1 . 'I YANKLE leave. Dunnr' Dork. Sheeps Ml head Bay. Capt. VRKKI.AN D. ROD AND Ol'N. I ft ll I F R 4 Re"! him, Harks I U U L. t It 3 from x irgiaia. II til nun WORMS. Hall F - Never ar S A liiraii m M Bearing R-t- lsS?) Alum- SHilxVrt-e' N um V. aW .0 Heller FLUKE! FLUKEI FLUKE! I niilinrD'eaves I-tmpes. Freoport. Ill Nllr tt 4:3" Sunday. Fare. Inc. bait LUOIIULM and tax. 1 .65. Capt. HOW ARD WHITE, formerly with Capt. Joe. SHE O DER S WORMS. MOULDS. TACKLE, MOI'NTINl',8. WOOD, HEi'AirtlN'O. KFCIIKR. Sit K. S4th SL Murray Hill 281. 4 A. If.: dalle ah. h..H u... . "I'?' A. M.. .... ....... . ,.,;.,. . iioen Kdn Berg- lund. owner. Capt. 1.0018 HARMS. iVSnf., al Basi and Fluke. nan. every day at A. M. Sunday : A M. She.p.b.aZ Capt. J. MARTIN. leaves L. I. R. ft, Station. Wreck Lead, dally except Monday. 4:48 train. Sun day, f. :::-, train. Hathman. ROSABELL ST. Shamrock"1 Wreck Lead tl dally exc Mon. and SundsV H-Sfl train Capt. George W. Wilson. SEA MASS and Ul.At KH-ill, Sun. 7 A. M. live, t iage s Doek. Rhaepa head. Dally 8 A. M. Capt. PLAOB. ELEANOR G.--'- LLLnilUll Us snnily Hook. Plenty of Paladin . A1Q I'lltST RACE--The Fairfield 1'urse St0 Kalamazoo, Mich., duly 1st. The 19! day of (Irani! Circuit raring In Kalnma goo's twelfth nnnual meeting was a : profitable one for Walter H. Cox, the New Kngland relnsinnn. Not only did he win the $2,000 New- Bllrdlck Hotel I Purse for 2 10(1 pacers with Frank j Dewey, winner of the Edwards rurso at ; Cleveland, but he also captured tlie 2 ill trot with Mlgnolls. In both races he I lost the first heat, but came back strong In the second and third. Frank Pewey wan lavunie in nil iwm unu jiigiiuna In the troL The horses are moving tu-night to Toledo,. Tlie summaries : t:ll TROT, PL'RSB 11.000. Mlgnolls. ch. h., by Allerton Coxl....ll 1 1 Joseph Ouy. b. h. . vy Guy Axworthy 1 I 8 by General Watt. Ill by Hsrvest Pnne 7 t 7 Duty Hound. Constsntine the Great. Ietrr Lalayette. Jolly, Bellini Worthy. Symbol Ross. Sllliho snd Trecantle King also INDEXED EMPIRE ENTRIES. 1 l Hyde i King Watts, b. (Whitehead) .. Prince Hal. b. (Valentine) Time-: :09, !:0414. !:07. 1:04 PACE, NEW HI 'K PICK HOTEL. I'T RHR J.OIW ripin i.iud gi nrrrnsien, Men a invua- . , , . . . , itnn ain.i.a- Seei.nd iin i in.i , . i six. Frank Dewey, b, .. by John Dewey rls Williams fd. Philadelphia, defeated (Cox) ii'V""C""" 4 1 1 tfath.nl. 1 W. Nile.. Boalon, 4 !, 4-4: I0?" Dlf b Walter Dean Mathey. Cranford. N. J., defeated P"?, J."5. " V" " cl .v. '.- ';' 4 Alfred S Dabney Jr.. Boston. 44. 4 2. i J"' vMMk' .on- h " l-11" J . . Third Round Willis K. Davis. Ran Fran- .J,'"?' . ; w j:; claco, defested Beak. C Wright, Boston. "T b b The Limit (Ward). ill 1111, defsult; Dean M.they won from i " Jj"' 5"."; Wwsrd vD"' : Lyl E. M.han. New York, bv default I Hlghwood, RoxR.. Red Reaper and Mourer Robert Llndley Murray. Niagara Fells. d. tested Theodore Roonv.lt P.ll, N.w T InvltaOon V.'n'. Double-Firs, Round L , LTA' 1V ' R. N. Wlllams Id and Harry C Johnson 1 Wellington Direct, r. h.. by Direct defeated Alrlck H Man. Jr., and Frederick I 8,"r 'Thomas) . . . C Inman. 41, 4 I. I H.rvey K.. br. .. by Bonnie Blondl. Invitation Women Double. Flrat Ruund ! '"A""'"' 1 I Boy also started. Tim. Lfliu i-ni ::01 Mlsa 'Molla Bjur.tedt and Mrs Spencer Vullerton Weaver ilefeatad Mr. K R.y snond and Mrs. Rawenn Wood, II , I 1, 8eml-41nal Round Mlao Kl.anor (Ion and Miss Marlon Zlnd.rvt.ln defeated Mr.. Marshall McLean and Mrs. I- 0. Morris, 1 4. 41. oh. i. by ekldi Hall l by Progress NEW ZEALANDER WINS RACE. Major Ulthlnslea Is Third In Mia. I ale Scalls on thr lelne. Pxats, July 18 Hadfleld of New Zea land won first place to-day In the final 1 of the singles soulls in the Interallied regatta on the Heine. Olran of Franc finished second and Major Paul Wlth- lngtoo of th UnKaa Btat third. I Minor Hul (Bruale) Twlater 0.. ch. Prodigal (I'sllnl 2 4 10 nuuuie II HltnistlU I.as.le llor.i-e Mi'Ker ron. Uold Quarts Ore Lou. Willow Hal. Lady I Fuller P.Hnr Patch and Mlu Eagle also j started. Time 2:04. 8:04(4. 2:07i. ! Its! TROT. HALF MILK TRACK. FURsB 11,000. ' K Colorado, won: Kmmett'a Son. Mcoad : I Aileen Frlwo. third Beat tlnu t:U. BIOH'SI RRLEAIR PLAYBtl. St. IsMMi July II. Yale V. Hloan. an F1I1ST RAr'ETbree -year-olds and up; eilins: nhout six furlongt: ln.1ex Horse. Wf. 69 Rllts.1 i tM Trophy Ill 404 Eleited II 1M i. in' Star Realm lln (S86) Arrah Go On 11 'Cello 108 177 OSfOOd 102 601 Tlng-a-LIng Ill 4181 Ballyronnel 1M C4 B. B. Johnson Ill M4 Onico Ill SECOND RACE Three-year olds and up ward: claiming: mile and a sixteenth: Index. Horn Wt. CM O M Miller HI IS Lady Ward IOC 001 Hubbub 110 113 Sslvatelle Its) st7 Indian Spring I 401 Tap ur 148 431 Ballast us 407 Nann.tt flack N 174 Kttle Canal 103 SI4 Bt.rtar 11 411 Ml.s Bryn 103 411 Pledra no (UN) Mountain Rom II Ill &II Gleipner 108 1 Lucius US C01 Tailor Maid t THIRD RACE-The Whirl; two-year-olds tii.isai: nrs ann a nan turiongs Index Horse. in Csrmandals 517' Royal Duck 372' Fodor Ciil' Furlough 397 K fewer FOURTH RACK--The three-year-olds: IS.OOO; i Index. Hot. i 171 Purchase tK)4) Clrnis cm n Frank (6M) Balustrade ... Lord Brighton Two vear olds. !uJO start sond. Won easllr Poat ' 31 .Off. 2:32 Winner Belllt.. Owner and trainer. It F. CARMAN Time. Ini ex Horse. (Ill) PhontOIa Kslr. iet Gloria I'ranre. . 48 ! Glorleux. Hid Ited Itose. l.'i 'Liola Fire and a half furlongs b. f.. by Peter Qnince 1 : Wt St. H Fin Jockey. St. PI. Sh. 118 1 41 2'H 1 4 Fator -S 14 112 S ) M V Butsi-ll 6 I I 100 4 "."v V i I1 Walls 20 1 It mi 5 I I 4 Ambrose 4 1 7 1 HI I I I I Lrlrltsou 20 1 i 1 DlttTBI BW" ...... TACKLE OF EVERY DESf HIPTION. E.ITEN-S SVBuowaT.rtoBi &rS Av, Tel. Melr.me ini VVtAKf-lbH PLENTII-UL Plukf, ItlackfiHh. Porifi?!, ('ralifi huA lt.atrra at I'K CONlKCR r."thl r. Btatton, 1'rulnn stop at thfi duor. The Haunt Blft tlon. Rnckaway Hfach. tu I. i i kk mih n riSHINU. 2Pi M. weekdays. Cun, lillnirna fjrk W t n IhMr-hrid Bay Capt. BHYA.V si.ft ;.m..'.. : Bay Pally , nrt.y 7 A M. pt BlUU STKl'HE.VS. , lvt. Murray', Wreck lnii. dftUy tr. Mon. and TUN., l:4a ttain. Hunday Z.Z:. train. .Ml" Kit AY. BIJOU VELOCITY Georgie ales foot of IU St.. Hobikrn. 41 A. M.. Pier 1: C V. It Jersey City, 7:30 A. M. Sun days and Thursdays. Cant ED BALLKTTL 2p7n. SAT. 7 A. M. SUN. MPVV VORKER,"v"" Dunr.e's Dock. nCtTf TJtrtlS7.r gheer.h.-ad Bay 7ANPARA ! foot of Washington " nln"N St., Jerey City, Sunday, 7 A M . Central R. tl. 7:30. Copt CHRISTEXSES SEA BREEZE IIOTF.I-Freepo-t Point. tlowhoats and Lnuni-hea Bait. Qood meals Shore Dinners a Specialty. HKXUV I.AMI'E. Prop. Tel. 347 Freeport. btltUT HHING TACKLE SHEDDLK& Sand und Blood Worm All Season. JJohn Dutll. 41ft W. 4td F.t. Tel. Bryant 484. SATURDAY 2 P. M. pnhrfl Hay. R. C. LI ANNAK. nduv o. fr Fluk.. Capt. TED. SEA BASS AMI FLl'KK. leave, unity SAM. Sundays 7 A. It., from Sheepshead Hay. Capt. ANTON LL'N'DT. AMERICA 8 A " D""y- ' A v Sunday Kit i hinituont entry. lbantont Pstr waa easily beat, was pinched back right after the atart. hod to go to the Mtakt, iiioved up fast, rauglit Ulorls Kr.-uue rounding turn aud won galloping. ' Latter always held th. balance sale. Lr G.onrux ran a fair race. ft Q SECOND RACE For three year ohls Mile tX Start good. OJ V 3:00 Off. 3:01 Winner, br. f. by mabclals-uuccn Til. 3:00. Off, 3:01. Winner, br. f, POINT STAIILE Trainer. W . Index. Horse all Deuilrrs ... IIP Juan of Arc Vancouver C071 Wllfreda .., 07 Searchlight 184 Jaik Le.ry nw 103 110 10S III 10C 113 tl S1 2 ' 4 8 a l 2 31 I 4 I Sni-edy ' Fin. 1 M 31. fil I 4 4 8 Time. 1 :43 1-8. Joi-key. McAtce Kichrreek Fstor Krickson MiCrsnn But well Won easily Owner, Wi St. 4-1 12 JO-1 20 1 PI. 1-1 4-1 M 4 1 6 1 Post, NO IS Sh 13 6 2 1-3 6 2 6-2 Denilera stole a lead on flrit turn. Increased It rolng down baikstretoh and wnn aa he pleased. Joan of Arc was always outrun Vancouver closed tan through atrMch QA THIRD RACE H50. Claremont Funs. For three-year olds and upward Mile and WsU aerrnty yards. Start goml. Won .sally. Pot. 3:29 Off, 3:11. Winner, ch m , 4. by Star Sboot- Counts.. Wanda. Owner, G1PFOIID A. COCHRAN. Trainer. Jamea Evana. Time. 1 -.44 I-C. M Fin. Jockey. 1 l'H Kununer ! 2 M.-n-slf 3s Pickens . 4 4 Lunsfiird 8 t'alliilisn Index Horw 671 Fairy Wand 171' Rose d'Or... (43) Bally Hanaytnliii Wt St. 116 4 116 2 117 5 117 1 3 St 3 1 1-1 1-8 80 I 20 1 PI. 3-8 11 10 Kh. 8 1 4 1 outfielder, to-dsy wss released by ths St. Louis Americans to th Columbus club of th American Association, It was an nounced hart. 1 I in Ill ill 118 Ill Kmplr City D?rby: ale and a furloni: Wt. IW m 115 112 1S FIFTH RACK Thre. year-elds snd upward; clalmuvg ; handicap ; mil and ananty yards : Index. Hon. vTt. 141 Recount u.i (111) Snapdragon II uj '' Daydua io 111 Matinee Idol II HI T.tly i8 ill Oonw Cock m SIXTH RACE Two year-old sad a half furlongs : Isdex. florae. Wt. , 06 Mldlao u 644 Rpsd 118 841' Furlough 118 406" AlllToa in III Buck laid. U4 Ardlto in RUck Watch II U4 401 Jsl HI The w. gum-1 Ui Apptwauo aUewaaa nlslssaH. 0 I II ra l I I" 4 BTJ Hlsh Rorn Lad. 87 3 I 6 Fairy v:ni, i never lett tne reiiii in uo i ui. uiwneti up a isii on tar turn anil won aa ahe pleased. Rose d'Or pounda beat of other.. Bally could not untrack himself In -tne going. FOURTH HACK -11.250. Three-yeer-uld. and upward. About six furlongs- White Plalna Hainllcap. Start gmsl Won driving. Poat. 4 :00 Off. 4 :0 Winner, ch. f. 4. by Fair Play Mahubah. Owner, AIXIKS 8TABLE Trainer, B T. O Sul- llvau Time, 1 10 ? 6. Ir.tex horse. Wt. St. 14 Mi "n. Jockey St. PI. Sh. (Ill) lls.ds 110 4 : II, 1 l'H Carroll 151 6 1 1-1 (511) Plrklrk 125 ;1 3" It, 31 1' Knspp 12 (til) Hauberk 117 5 4 6 Hum ell t t 11 : ( 590 Bill M v ...Ml 1 2 2 4 Krlrkaon 151 61 t-1 50 Quietude 104 1 4 4 4 6 Lunsford 7-1 2-1 3 6 Flfl II 105 4 5 I I I Ambrose .., 18-1 4-1 7 1 Maada raced Dill Mct'lny into aubmlaslon, then ituod off . challenge from Pickwick. Ku.pp waited too long with Pickwick. Hauberk had ae early aneed Cloaed fast through streti-h. 6.).) FIFTH BACH -IN. Three-year-old. sod upward. Mil snd sn eighth. Start good. Won eaally Post. 4 til. Off. 4:B. Winner, b. (.. 4. by Dural-Polly Prim Owner and trainer. H. N'EUSTADTER. Time, 1:61 8-6. Index. Horn. Wt. Bt. ''. M Fin. Jockay. Bt. PI. Sh 410 Mial res. Polly.. 1C7 I V 1' 1 1 Hamilton IS 10 1-4 610 John 1. Day.... HO 8 Fstor 1-1 1-1 1-5 5w Conduit 100 8 6 5' 4 I' McCrsnn 7-1 M 4-6 410 King John' Ill 4 1 8 14 Davie 18-1 4-i 1-1 618 Blaionry Ill 1 4 4 I 6 Kumtner 84 1 7-1 1-1 111 Austral 107 I I I I I Dnya in i 11 1 n Mlatrma Polly raced King John Into submission going down th backstretch. drew swsy on the far turn snd wnn galloping John I. Day made up som ground In the run through the .tr.tch. Conduit closed .trong. SIXTH kai i: in.ii FllllM. Two yr-o)as. Flv furlongs. st.it good. Won driving. Past. 6:01. Off. 1:04. Winner, br. L, by Helmet Whisk Broom. Owner and tralnet. IIIXIKUB PKTERSON. Time. 1:08 4 8. RELIABLE A. M. Dully I P.. Mi - in ..I .) 1 A. M. hundai av.T fo'EAKFIBHlNU IN YKABS. Boege.'s has 22 Isunehea wlth guiilea 110. int-luntng snnmp. IDA 'apt. Michael, sh FLL'KK FLCKB Fi t KB: leavea Stable'. Pier. Canar.le, 7 A. M. Thursday and Sunday. Capt. 31. PuLLAK. leati-s Stables, Canar!, Sunilsy. I A M. Capt HUN WIKMKYKR. Fl.l KE FLl'KK FLI KK SEA BIRD l'Tl V&lj-' ADMIRAL lMtrlii Capt. CHARLIE, formerly of Sea Pis. on. Uhirhu BAM AND PLUKJB A. M." H nilllvery day. H.mrner-i Dock. II IIIIUJ sheetishrad Bay. Frank Ilanuner. SEA PIGEON formerly of the Moccnaln. JACE b'av foot of Weal 85lh St . Sun gWWa ,Uy 6 A M Capt, job. 10 A. M. dally . Oahorn. k. Capt. Baumann. Tel. 3087 Canarsle fill bVAI 7 Shedder Cra lis, lllod iinil Sand UUO. HUM Worm Wood and mount ings for rods Spilt bamboo Sinker molila for sale Hepalrlng. 170 1st Av Tel Or.-h i8i:7. ALERT Ipkvos Oar man a Dock, Wrack Lfad. Tut-i. Wed,. Thura.. Hat. 6:48 train ; Sun., f -." train. Robert P. IFjjsCClAl NOTH K. leaves ;.2t St.. So. lin.wk ly ii. Sunday. 7 A. M ( apt til H POMNC1. FALCON, l,t t." canarito every nay. ' ' ai.trtln ( IURI.IE. STEPlECliASE PIER n ting Floundar Slid Blacktlah How Runnlns STR. INDOLENT " . M Capt. HANSEN. nlia WJ87 leaves Csnsrsle Dully except BUWIt Ing Monday 7 A. M. Kluke Flahlng. 2 P M Dally. I A. M. 8unday JENSEN. FI.I KE FLt KE Fl.l KK. Tuesday, Th-.ira.1av. Suurday, Sunday I ! A. M.. from foot Bav 44th St., Oraiea.nd Bay. Captain CHARLES ANDERSON. I HLACHPIaa IT TIIK SOl'ND. 4 BROS lvl Hocnelle. lludaon Pk.. Tues Wert Thin u,. Tnea . A. M. Itrlng bait Capt LOU. P. BELMONT mar. ,623 i Index 46e 400' os 830' IT5 in: Horse Wt Berk snd Call.. 114 Bright Hold 1M Slali-r Helene 10 KnrrbilU H Rrynhlld 114 DlrKI. V I'i 4' 6 8 4 M 4' I I I Fin. 1' ! 4 5 I Jockey. Lyke Hamilton Hi. r I ell . . Wide ... Metralf Stapleton Bt. II 10 13 1-1 -: i-i jo i ft, JO 15 11 8 6 5 10 1 8h. 7-11 7 1 4-1 4-J 1-1 Bck sad Call held th race f at sll stages. Bright Cold muck uV bast ef la olii.it. RACING Empire CityTrack (VIINKBHB A MT. VKKNON) TODAY S5,000 Empire City Derby $5,000 Whirl Stakes ml 4 Othr Suprh ( ontiNita. F1KHT KAC'R AT t .m I. M Special Hacc Train leavea (.rand Cen tral Terminal, Hurlem Dlvtalnn. at 1 : .'0 P, M Resular tralna to Mt. Vtrnon at hurt InteivaU frum 11:11 to Il4l M All traina atop at lZ&th St. Alao via Iaxlnfton and Jeroma Ave. Subway, or Wnt Karma Subway to Mott Ave., tranafarrlny to Jerome Ave. Subway, or via Ith and Ave. "L" to Jerome Ave. Subway, thence by trolley from Woodlawn Station Ciriuid (Uand MSO. IsewlUa fl.fU.. Inrludlnir War Tux. Fishing Tack.e We alan len-l money en tackle IT. SoSIIssAJSS-L near MdjM N T C PIONEER &7'fi&tt I lUHLLIi Capt. OTTO HI l-EI.D IllKIir I'ave Washington St.." j.Yaei Jill 111 U -,n, LAMIPA "BLACKFIIH. WKAKFIIH, KI.l.'KK in South Hay Parti booked Poner hoat II MeKeeriin. 16 Archsr StPVeenort I, i EL,3IIL5!! A ANDERSON ROSE R. Ii. 4:,-i?T'S' . I'H'K and liHNBT Amphion 8 A.M.Sunday WINIFRED s arkl, onl. f 1'tak Water I Ball. avea llammrr'a hm-u Shsepahead. Sun . 5 A m' ME.ii.nn fi siemeh SI'MIAV, 7tM A. M. 8P I TV A D -' ' Shoaiiaha.d Dally mm - - - 11 Joe Pinketf 'l rrs 'man f le.vr. si.h;.'. pi.r. o 1 AM B 0 a !,- WEAKfTsll AHE NOW Rl'NMN'cT" 810 on Weekdays. 812 on Sundaya Te 888J Wantsgh OI'V DAVIS. SsKfoid. I. ! UHtHIN'E Jl.. PS"?"? Capt. Ji )HN t.l'N'DY. formerly of "S' Al'TOMOBILK KM HAM, K. CADILLACS MODEL 67 VICTORIA MODKL i' PHAETON MODEL 61 PHABTON Ov.rbauUd and In flrat claaa condition. DS IJtUATER MOTOR CORP, 1177 BROAJDWAT. ClRCLK 1141. I'n bus.' FLUKE Hlht VAIITii lit I A M d-illy. llamm.r' WMUlim pock. Sheepahead Buy C A DDU A leaves Canarsl, every' day! r n Vt T:li john HAN 1 1: N rbiltflP leavaa Canarsie vri m bnuiut foy ,,EO KEMMEItKrt A N W V L lvea Claaon point " " - swnday I A. Fish ing Tackle and Bait PeaU-ra who do not aell live batt htro ta worda "tackle vulf" or "no bait" folluwlna thlr nimov MANHATTAN AND THE BRONX. AbbOJt & ImbrtS, 16 Warren at. Tackle onlr Al t i i-i oiuble A pitch. Mad. ar. a 48th. Tlil oniy BailSJiantli 2282 Second av., naar llth at llainiiann, Jolui. 871 W. rJ6th st. lie.her. 342 P. 34th st. I'll Murray Hill Mag. Hrnr.lier,J..Waah Mkt.Tel.7lCort. Hclgrainlt Itrown s Uait Depot, 2347 2d a,., nr. I2lat 1. ltlai'hinsky. 3012 Third av.. opp. 165th it Tl t oe, Alpheus, 27 W. Uf.lh at. Tackl. only t onroy, Tho.. J , 28 John st. Tackl. only t rook, j. it., otli av. and 46th at. Tackl. only. i i." s i n. x. . o., j v . iom St. Davegn. S. II. Co.,821 Broadway. Davega, S. It. Co., 406 Itroadway. 1'nvrga, n. n in , It, l ortlanilt St. I Hsu Dlrkes. 401 W. 60th st. (A. Dory, oroo I TS4. Dutll. John. 451 W. 42d t. T.l. 414 Bryant Puchs. H , S2 Klrsl av. Tel 934 Orchard. Bait liildrubarg. 221 tth av.. 136th at. Morn'ad 175. liorden. .'127 Ainst'ui av., 106th at. No bait liross, 2367 3d ST., nr 121 It. Sec h.nd tackl. Gross, Ith av. tuid .till at. Second hand tackle lllrsch. L., 609 Amst'ilin sv sS-DOlli sta Tel llorhgrsf, F.i TO; E. Z4lh .t. Tel Vsnderhllt 3IVI Jatfe. 13il Atnst'dra av. Tackle .nd halt. Tel Kellerman. 'MO 3d av , 1.10th st. Trl Mel 161 Klffe.1I. II Co., 528 Broadway. Tackl only Klrtland's, 16 t'haiuhers st Tackle A ileurramlt. I.sisrus. Sol, 216 I-I. 5?th st. No bait levlten's. Ill P.. 13Sth st. Pldillsrs Mrlresa 8MI Merker. ft., 14U! Ania'ilnm sr. Fishing tkleAbalt. Mi tiniuilltan Haw. Co . Church and Vesey at., Hudson Terminal, tlrsnd Central. No hair Mills. Win. a Son. !1 Park PI Tol B'clav 4371. Ogllvy, It. Co.. 71 t'hanitiera st. No tia'lt. Olio's. 122 A 123d sts - 1st , llarleni r,.'a).', It, it Ttpe. K. It H., fT4 Id )., Tel. 1;, Plsss Patterson, tiottfrted. Hunter. 170 Pul st No bait Ileif. J H J00 3d av., nr. 23d st. Tarklsonlr lteingolrt.il .101 tth av ..cor. 16th st. Tkle A bait Iti.Ults. I... Sec. P.. Wash'n Mkt 1179 t ort nail' Itnirirs Pent Co., It'wav it 13th st. Tsckle' lb K-rs Pcet I n. B usy at Warren si. j ,t out Honrs Peat CO., II at 34th at. four nog! Pert t o , ruth .v. at 41.t .t. I stores ttosen1eiun,tJ .'tt KISIth st.,ft of L. hnth ,d.' lrnoTrlln Pl) e. i.slei, sti2 Braaswg Schul-ach A Son. 3011! M iti .opp. isith at Bait Slirbler Frank Co .119 Chamliera at Tackle onlv St-enl-ck. H , 164 7d av Tselila .ml halt Vmn llofr. B, A Co., 112 Kvilton at. Tackle onlv Tundra. W 1V0 First av Tackle anil halt Walk. O.. shedder.. 170 1st av ,nr 10th .'.87 Orchsr BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN. Ahraham A Straus, Fulton st T.rkl. onlv t 'onsen. A., 632 tirand at. Tel. 30li Stugg Docrlng a Co.. 54'! Lllierty sv . nr Bchenck .lohnson. P.. 2o9 Wyckoff sv 4"r2 Krergieen Kingston. 149s Pultun at. He.lford 78ns K'lmtuer, 1737 l-'ultun st.. rteiil sr. 1830 Hartford. I.oeser. Frederick AV Co., l-'ultun at Tackle i.nly Morsters. J P . 63 Court st Tel. 88 Main Mlchaelson, II. H ,1274 Bedford av Tackl, otlr Mii'harlann, N I. . 914 Broadwav. Tackl. onlr Uulkr. O , 242 WjekofT . I :111 F.v.rgre'n' l-, i M V 777 Woodward sv Tackl. onlv S.-h.af 196 FlathsMh :n Tel. 5319 Stsrllng ' S.heltler P 261 WyrkinT sv. Tel msT Kv.tgesea Cl. I. lib 1-I.,.l,l . - .u,. a '." " -T "'.""." -V niagg ' toast t T . 4171 , W n wlek I NEWARK AND OUT OP T0W1. PlgBgsaJ, m Bank st . Newark 3688 M'kt. Bait. ........ .u .... . ..in... iin-1 mi, ijtajstkt Buacbt. tl., m Mootgom.ry st., Jersey OlttN i r 1 Snn V.hrl I. .7741 Atlstitlc . r ifer. 888 Mufle iv Tel Tel. 8 - J i mWW MM wL