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" spia.WM. ! ' "UP TV' 16 Teh Royally Bred Juveniles ' Named to Start Against Man o' War in Rich Futurity at Belmont Park To-day MAN 0' WAR CHOICE ' FOR THE FUTURITY Groat Son of Fair Play Ex pected to Lead Homo Field In Famous Classic OLD RECOltD IN DANGER lingo Crowd Will See 535,000 Stako Decided nt Bol mont Park. nr iibsht V. icing. vThls Is Futurity Day. "The blue ribbon turf event of the American turf will be decided at S:30 this afternoon at Belmont Park. For It eleven of the best Juveniles In the country have been named overnight to start. Of these probably one or two will be withdrawn and there lo a posslbll'ty that one or two ouiers , may1 be added. Th sinks this vear Is worth between $J4,000 and $35,000 nnd the winner will ' receive something like $21000. Tho second and third horses will receive goodly sums as will tho nominators of the first, second and third horses. It Is the thirtieth running of the famous stako and ono of tho largest crowds that has yet attended a race meeting In this country Is expected to be present The track was In lair con dition yesterday and It probably will b lightning fast this afternoon. If It la a new record for tho event Is likely to be established and there Is a chance that tho track record of 1 :08 3-5 for six furlongs stralghaway will be lowered. Mnn o' War Favorite. Among the entries Is the renowned Man o" War, the great chestnut colt belonging to Samuel D. Riddle of Phila delphia. He wlll.be the favorite and at almost prohibitive odds. Last night men who lay the odds declared tnat 1- to 3 would be an exceedingly generous price against him. He Is unquestionably the best two-year-old of the year and barring an accident will be returned the winner. Man o' War will carry 127 pounds and give away weight to all of his opponents. That he will not shoulder 130 pounds Is because Mahubah, his dam, had not produced a winner pre vious to January 1, 1917. Time and again Man o' War has demonstrated his weight carrying ability and the weight he will carry this afternoon will not sap his speed or strength. He Is a big fellow and a dozen times In his morn ing1 trials worked phenomenally fast carrying 130 pounds or more. In his last trial for this coveted event he stepped three furlongs without doing his best In 33 seconds. While Man o War Is conceded by most racegoers to be tho winner there is a wide difference of opinion as to which will finish second. Domlnlqae Ha Friend. Dominique, the big chestnut son of Peter Quince, probably will be the choice of the majority for secend honors. He baa a tremendous burst ot speed 'and may carry It long enough to beat home all except Man o' War. He will carry 121 pounds and bo ridden by Kummer. In Cleopatra W. R. Coe has a filly which probably will be In the money. She is an extremely slow beginner but once In her stride skims over the ground at a terrific pace. She has an abun dance of stamina and Is likely to be running as fast as any horse In the race at the end. "Butts" Fairbrotber will have the leg up on her. Harry Payne Whitney has 'named John P. Grler, Upset and Arethusa to carry his Bilks, but lt Is likely that only two of them, John p. Grler and Upset, will go to the post. Upset once beat aian o' War, but that was because Mr. Riddle's great colt was practically left at the post and pinned In several pockets during the contest On several other oc casions Man o' War made him look cheap. John P. Grler has run only a few races and has shown nothing to warrant the belief that he Is a really great colt. His last effort on last Wednesday was an Impressive one, but It was not bril liant He had bad racing luck nnd finished like a good gamo colt and heat a fairly good field In rather good time. He may improve over that race and give a good account of himself In tho battle for second honors. r Mlas Jemima to Start. Miss Jemima, the brown nily owned by C. E. Rowe which came out of the West this summer heralded as a world beater. Is named to start and may 1 hard to beat for place honors. She was beaten off In her last Mart at Saratoga, but In that race she met with Interfer ence. She may show to better advan tage to-day and live up to the great things expected from her by Western horsemen. The other entrants, George W. Loft's On Watch, Ral Parr's Paul Jones, James McManus's Padralc and John E. Mad- den'a Captain Alcock, are considered to have only outside chances of finishing one, two, three. Half an hour after the Juveniles 'finish their struggle In the Futurity a small but select field ot three-year-olds will go forth to, battle over the one mile and a half course In the Jockey Club Stakes. It practically will be a match race be tween S. C. Hlldreth's Purchase and P. A. Clark's Dunboyne, which won the Futurity last year. Edward Arlington has entered Questionnaire;' but tie prob ably will be withdrawn. Polka Dot, which te Dunboyne's stable mate, and Thunderclap, which la from the same stable as Purchase, are likely to be scratched, too. HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES. First Race Clalmlnr: three-yesr-olds snd Upward; mile and a sixteenth: LUlle Cot tage, 113; Tantry. lit; Kir William Johnston, 113: Assign. 113: Vigilante. 10S; Ballycon nail. 105: Skv Pilot. 107: Lar Lou. 104: Filsen, 11!; Tie Pin, 112; Thornbloom. 113; I Searchllfht. 3d. 108; Antoinette. 106; nigh Olympus. 107; Virginia Yell. 107. A'so ellrl- 1 Die; .Master rox, iu; lamancne, m; -ma-raca. 109; stir Up. 113. Becond Race Pelllng: steeplechase: three-resr-olds and npwsrd: two miles t Otto Floto. Hi; Lava. ISO: Flare. 133; Crest Hill, 1ST: atuco, 14V Monlki-r. 182. .Third Race The Fox Hill Purse; two-rear-olds- six furlonei: Carmandale. 119; tvlolet Tip, 109; Constancy. 119; Oallagber. 108; Toubokae, 109: My Laddie. 106; JRalco, 110; Gnlcine. ins tl'arr entry. Fourth luce The Carmsndale' Purse; three-year-olds and upward: six furlonga: tUonl. face, 119; Startling, 1U; Madge U., 107; Mint Cat (Imp.), 10S: Louise V 104; Cromwell, S; Ear Plume. 98: tWar Man el. 103: Mldnlzht pun. Ill: Rill McClor. 107; Quietude, J04; ' War Mask, 102; Sinn Felncr (Imp.), 98. Ko ; entrr. Flfth Rsce-The Pptomac Handicap; three-1 fvuMniu; liw.Cud iluti.itjltt ud a aUwului Sir Barton, 133; Audacious, a:; tuilly Kelly, in; Sailor. 104: tMllktnaul, 107; Clesu Gone, U Frank. 116. tHota entry, titx!T Usee felling: three-year-olds and up wird mile and teicnty yards: Warsaw, HI: Queen of lho Sea. 101: To.ldler, 8S; Belle Manone, 110; N K. Heal, 118; Waukeag, 103: Broom Peddler, U3; Uaubcrk. 116; paddy's t'holce. 100. 8evenlli Race Claiming; four) ear-olds and Upward: one mile snd a nuarler: Hubbub, lilt Col. Valentine, 10' i 'Thrift. 106; Jack Meant. II!; (I M. Miller. 101; Wodsn. 110; itob Redueld. 106; 'DIM Hunley. 101: Capital City. 106; Senator Uroderlck, 104; Austral, W. Apprentice allowance claimed. Horses, Weights and Jockeys for Futurity Hornet. Whts. Jocknys. Man o War 1S7.. J.oftus Paul. Jones 122....... Ilutwell MIm Jemima. ...122.. Lyke Dominique lit Hummer Upset 120 nice On Wnleh 110 Reiser Cnpt. Alcock...,llO Knsjr Cleopatra 117 ralrbrolhe John I. drier.. 117 Ambrose radnUe 117 Knapp Arethusa. 116 Johnaon 'Coupled a II. P. Whitney entry. JUDGES ARE HISSED AT BELMONT PARK Racegoers Think Evoi'gay Winner, but Pilgrim Gets the Purse. The racing: at Belmont Park yes terday was only mediocre and ended , a dcctslon which aroused the crowd to a high pitch of lndlg- l,i t. n,in.t.u nf h ..rnwil lt secmea that Evcrgay won the "last race by a good head, but the Judges dc clared Pilgrim the victor. When the official numbers were posted a. thousand racegoers gathered around tho stand nnd hissed and hooted tho Judges. ' Jock Scot won the fifth race with S. C. Hlldreth's Mad Hatter second and the Cneck Stable's Elfin Queen third. Jock Scot followed the pace to the final six teenth pole, where he caught the leaders tiring and come on to win easily by flvo lengths. Mad Hatter, which was making his first appearance of the season, ran a real good race and will probably Im prove Elfin Queen held her speed long er than usual. Penrose ran a disappoint ing race. She showed speed ior a quar ter of a mllo and then quit to a walk and finished last " The Cedarhurst Handicap, the feature of the programme, went to Jack Stuart, with Rovco Roola second and Spur third. Jack Stuart was one of the heaviest backed winners of tho year. Ho opened at 10 to 1. but so much money was watered on him that nt post time the best that could be obtained against him ' was 4 o 1. He followed Royce Rools to the final furlong pole, wnere ho dls played a good burst of speed and beat Royco Rools by a lengtn. The fourth race was a two horse nt fair, John I. Day and Cadillac being the only starters. Cadillac ran out and John L Day won In a gallop. AUSTRALIANS WIN IN DOUBLES MATCH Patterson and Brookes Defeat Johnston and Griffin. " Chicaoo, Sept 11. Gerald L. Patter son and Norman E. Brookea, Australians, winners of the Unltgd States doubles championship In tennis for 1919, showed their supremacy over William M. John ston and Clarence J. Grlffln of San Fran cisco, the team that formerly twice held the same honors, Irw the International matches which opened to-day. The Australians won In straight sets. Playing on a hard court Brookes played the most finished tennis, while Patterson used tremendous power In his hitting. Johnston was considerably qt form. Trje other Australian pair, R. V. Thomas and Randolph Lycett, were oft tholr game and were beaten by Rolph H. Burdlck and Samuel Hardy of Chicago. Vincent Richards of Yonkers, N. Y., was unable to come to Chicago for a singles exhibition, and in his stead Walter T. Hayes of Chicago appeared against Willis E. Davis of San Fran cisco in a two set match, which they divided. Hayes playd In all around good style, but Davis solved his atylo In tho second set.. HOWARD IN AUTO EACE. Daring Driver to Compete In 150 Mile Contest. ' Ray Howard and his famous blue-Peu-geot racer will be a starter In the 150 mllo auto classic which will feature the programme of speed contests that will be staged at the Sheepshead Bay Speed way next Saturday, September 20. This will be Howard's first appearance In a racing car since hlB smash up that kept him In the hospital for seven weeks, hov ering between life and death. Howard's car turned turtle during a practlco spin on the eve of the July '4 Derby. His mechanician was Instantly killed and Ray was so oadly broken ,up that his life waa despaired of. The mishap, how. ever, has not dulled Howard's nerve. Another entry received yesterday is that of Lieut Klein, who served as an aviator during the war. Ho has a rec nr.i nf nine German filers that he brought down in thrilling battles In tho a I,. Tin win iirive a reuscuu "ittwin Vetere, the daring Italian polot will also be a starter In the 150 mile event He will drive a Deusenberg. INDEXED BELMONT ENTRIES FIRST RACE Selling ; three-jresr-olds and upward; six runongs. suaigin ivuto Index. Horse. ' 896" Uncle's Lassie S96 Surplice 681 Vsgue 679' Teasant 553 Msrmlte 399 Trerless One , 715 Adele 313 Sunnlnedale S12 Nightstick , 819 Dahlnda ................ 894 Thomas F. McMahon. Arrah (la On Wt .. 101 ,. 105 .. 110 .. 103 .. 103 .. 105 .. 109 .. 109 .. 116 .. 103 .. 103 , 107 SECOND RACESelllne: four-rear-olda and upward; the Brook Cup Steeplechase ; about two miles: Index. Horse. 43' Ulyalan 8S5 Stonewood 379 Skibberecn 84S PeclalTO cell illKIa- Wt. , 150 , 144 , 135 . 1S5 143 THIUD RACE The Futurity; two-year-olds; SIX lurionfiH, Bir.us" vwu.-. Indrx. Horse. f8' Cleopatra , (901) John P. Grler 599 Capt. Alcock ?: On Watch (8?5 Arethusa 850 Mtis Jemima (814) Man n' War toil padralc (VI) Dominique 8S0 Upset 717! Tnnl Jnneft Wl. .. 117 .. 117 .. 119 ..119 .. 114 .. 133 .. 127 .. 117 .. 133 .. 120 U3 vnr'RTlI RACE The Jockey Club Stakes: thrre-year-oldi and upward; one mile: Index Horso. Wt. 881' Duntio.rno 116 (857) Thunderclap 113 8I5 Purcbate ;,, 118 too' Questionnaire 118 iti roiaa i'ut . ii rrpnt RACE Three-xesr-olds and UDward: j selling nanaicap; one miie; Index. Horse. Wt. 110 , 106 , 115 107 ion no uu Dolelul 1 Tetl-y 887 Pantman CM) Snapdragon II. (8f9 lvry 816' fhatseur Happy Valley., ivTir inn Twn.v: SIXTH ItAClJ Two-rear-olrt fillies: maidens; nte furlongs, straight course; Index. Horse. Wt. 89!' Swirl 113 $11 Northern Belle i 113 Halayeuse 113 C66 I'nnty lMdd 113 S59 L'Orpbellne 113 (21 Fickle ., 113 870 Lady Lucille 113 Apprentice allowance claimed. SWEETSER VS. WILD IN ARCOLA FINAL Ardsloy Youngster to Meet Jersey Runner-Up for Hand somo Golf Trophy. Edward JL Wild of Baltusrol and Jesse W. Sweetsor of Ardsley will meet to-day In a thirty-six holes final match for the ArcoU trophy on the Hnka of the Areola Country Club. The pair weath cred the two rounds of play yesterday the' Apawamls Country Club In their without being very thoroughly extend- ,.., , ,,... ,,, ,.,., ed. Wild proved a rather easy victor ot honors amon the ve,cran en" over C. T. Lansing of Knickerbocker In thuslaats. reached their objectives yes the second round, winning, 7 and 5. ttrday afternoon. However, this section Rweetser beat C P. Eddy of the home of the fleId falle(1 t ,ower ln0 marks club, 4 and 3. In the seml-flnal Wild , . , . . , , . ., won from II. B. Fenn. Ridgewood. 4 and established by the leaders of the first 2. while Sweetter had the long end ot a t7dal's- Consequently William Clark s nnrt 2 rnr amlnst W. o. Pfell of,- Misquamicut succeeds to the title of lountakah. The match promises to develop Into a close, sternly fought contest Wild, who has entered but few tournaments this season, made a great ehowlng In.01"" Mass., takes rank as the low the Now Jersey State champlorfshlp at ' ,ecT,tr, J0' t'r,y;"'x, no,les of "V1 Deal soveral weeks ago, when he beat all comers until he encountered Mux Marston, a clubmate. In the final match. Sweetser made Ills first serious bid for famo by winning the qualifying round for the Westchester County cnompion Hhln at Apawamls. Ho followed a bit ' later with n creat showing In the Vic tory Cup tournament at Slwanoy, wheie lie .lost the final match to D. E. Sawyer uu the thirty-eighth green. Swcctftcr Leads at Start. In his match, with Pfell yesterday afternoon Sweetser took the lead on the first hole and was never headed, though j k. T..,.i.i,.i, n,ii.ui in milt back onto even terms on the seventh green. Sweetser took the first three holes In a row, scoring In par figures on the first and third. Both played me second rather badly, and Sweetser's S , was rood enouRh trf win. But at this point Pfell braced and .picked up the fourth nnd fifth. Pfell was down in par on both. The sixth halved. Then Pfell evened the match on tho short seventh, when Sweetser staggered around badly enough to miss his try for a 6. Pfell scored a par 3. puue(j himself together and peeled off a Starting for the cigntn sweetser par 5, to win. He followed this with a bird 2 on the short ninth. Both were good enough to win. The two went out In 41 each, but Sweetser stood 2 up at the turn. They halved tho tenth ana Sweetser took the short eleventh with a par 3 to Increase hla lead to three, lie lost the twelfth 5 to 4, but got his aa vantigo back with a 5 on the long thir teenth. Halt Fourteenth Hole. Tho fourteenth was halved, but Pflel won the fifteenth with a 4, wnen Sweetser took three to reach tho green. Starting to the sixteenth Sweetser sliced his drive out of bounds, but Pflel failed to profit by tho slip. His second caught a burtker and he failed to get out on his third. Sweetser-eventually won with a 6, ending the match. Wild carried Fenn at too fast a clip through the first nine holes. The Ridge wood entry was erratic In his putting and took 43 to the turn. Wild scored 39 and stood 4 up as they began the second nine, Fenn captured but one help of the first nine, the eighth. Wild won the second, third, fourth, sixth and seventh. Fenn started In to make the going In teresting on the second nine holes with 3s on the tenth and eleventh. He won tho tenth nnd halved the next He also had a fine opportunity to pick up the tvelftli. when Wild's second caught a trap. But again Fenn s putter was vciking badly and he could do no better than a half. Neither reached the green on the long thirteenth with the third and both took two putts after chipping on, scoring 6s. They halved the next two In par figures. Fenn chucked any chance he might have had of staging a rally with a tee shot out of bounds on the six teenth. He tore off a good one on his next attempt, but the handicap of 1 stroke was all Wild needed. Ho won the hole, 6 to 6, and tho match. 4 up and 2 to play. The Summaries. FIRST SIXTEEK. Kftrnnri Tloiind II. H. Fenn. Ftldrewood, defeated R. II. Cunningham, Areola, 3 and 1: Edward M. Wild, Baltuarol. defeated C. T. Lansing. Knickerbocker. 7 and 5; W. a. Pfell, Yauntakah, defeated E. B. Wil son, Rockland, S and 4; Jeaa V. Sweet ser. Ardsley, defeated C. P. Eddy, Areola, 4 and 3. Heml-I'lnal Round Wild defeated Fenn, I and 2; Sweetser defeated Pfell, 3 and 3. SECOND SIXTEEN. Fecond Round J. D. Newman, Fox Hills, doteated O. Paul, Hackensack, 1 up (la holes) ; II. M. Coxa. Englewood. defeated T. II. Van Buren. Westhampton, 2 and I: C. M. Fetterolf, Upper Montclatr, defeated Stuart Connelly, Rockland. 7 and t; C Conklln, Hackensack, defeated C. C Smith, Hackensack, 3 and 3. Homl-Flnal Round Cox defeated New man, 1 up; Fetterolf defeated Conklln, 3 an(1 'j 11IIIRD SIXTEEN. First Round B. T. Allen, Fox Hills, defeated J. S. Stokes, Jr., Ridgewood, 3 and 2; F, Lebaugh, North Jersey, defeated Keith Evans. Knollwood, 3 and 2; II. W. Lockett, Wykagyl, defeated Q. II. Bowley, Spring Lake, 8 and 6; R. Sanderson, Uppe Montclalr, defeated P. L. Rohdenburg, 5 'and '4; R. W. Thompson. North Jersey, defeated II. A. Williams, Areola, 2 up: W. C. Hynard, Lake Mahopac, won from J. N. Wallace, Rockland, by default; A. P. Washburn, Hackensack, defeated F. C. Smith, Ridgewood, 6 and 4; John Ber rien, Upper Montclalr, defeated C D. Fels, Ridgewood. 2 and 1. Second Round Allen defeated Lebaugh. 4 and 3; Lockett defeated Sanderson, 1 up (19 holes); Thompson defeated Hynard, 3 and 1; Washburn defeated Berrien, 1 up (19'holes), rOCRTII SIXTEEN. First Round R. W. Clarke. Yahnundasls, defeated II. B. Kennedy. Hackensack. 7 and 5: E. B. Shotwell. Aroola. defeated J. L Johnson, Areola, 3 and 1; R. C. Ken nedy, HackensackJ defeated F. C. Fuller, Upper Montclalr, 1 up; B. P. Ilolden. Mad ison, defeated T. T. Edgerton. Knicker bocker, 3 and 3; C. B. Saulsberry, New Brunswick, won from R. L Snotts. Areola. by default; F. W Relnmund, Englewood, defeated W. O. Rogers 3d, Madison, 5 and 4; v. u. t'nuups, itiagewooa, aereatea it, F. Harttson. 'Areola, 3 and 1: IL W. Sykes, Wykagyl, defeated D. C. Collins, Ardsley, 3 up. Second. Round Shotwell defeated Clarke, 1 up: R. C, Kennedy defeated Ilolden. 6 and 4! Saulsberry defeated Relnmund, 1 up (:o notes); pniuipa defeated Sykes, 4 and 2. TROTTING MEET OFF. Straccse, Sept 12. The Grand Cir cuit programme of nine races scheduled i for to-day was declared off because ot rain and the horses were shipped to 1 Columbus, Ohio. . I Edward F. ("Pop") Geers, who was Injured Monday when his colt Heglari bolted through tho fence, left with his' associates for the Ohio city. He may , nut, huwever. be able lo drive next week, i I-jail'liY SU..TI3 iiAiuiuwuATES. Playing for the first time In this city the strong Harrowgate of Philadelphia will clash nev'n Treat 'Em Ilouizh nine to.mnrrnw afternoon in a double header at Dyck- man Oval, near the Dyckman street sub way station. Poll Perrltt, Jeff Tes reau, Marty Walsh and Marty ICava naugh, all former major league players. will play with the local nine. The first i game will start at 2 o'clock. Late Starters Fail to - Improve Clark's Score Misquamicut Entry, Wins Seniors Golf Championship With 169 for Thirty-six Holes Play Dr. Jarvie's 147 Is Low Net. ny ixjfis The second wave of senior golfers, who 'jumped oft Thursday morning at senior champion, displacing W. E. Trues dell or aarden. City. By the same token Dr. William Jar. vie. the venerable entry from Bass nocks. ,."?,",:"' "' , """'""n""" better than tho low man for the second section of the field contributed. George H. Barnes of Apawamls bd pearcd the most likely entry In tho last twe days to overhaul Clark at the close of P'y Thursday. He scored an S9 nniU needed an 80 yesterday for a tie. How ever, he was badly' off his gamo In tho second round, scoring 96. This rounded out a total of 185, which left him far behind the leader. McTIlo Una Best Gross. Sldmon McHIe of Enelewood nroved the winner of the prize for the best gross score of the laEt two days' Dlav. On Thursday he registered 90 and yesterdaji lurnea in a cara oi sz, ior a grand .Jptal I of 182. This was four strokes bet- "-" '" v-iuie. oaraen uuy c.ou"tr?. cluD who took second place. W. A. Hammond of Ithaca brought In a card of 91, which was tho best gross of tho day for eighteen holes. Howuver. ho i at. up a 96 on Thursday, which boosted bin total several strokes above the leader. Frank M. Clute, Garden City Country Club, landed the low net score for thirty six holes In this field. With his gross of 186 he had a handicap of 28, giving him a net 158. This was the low net of tho entire second section of the field. Clute Is a Class A player. G. H. Fates ot Es sex county captured tho low net in Class B. He scored 206 for the thirty-six noles of play with an allowance of 40, G. W. Doane of Baltusrol captured the low net for the two days In Class C. He counted 193 on the two rounds with a liandloap of 30, netting 163. T. E. Klrby of Apawamls won the low net in Class D with; 164. I1U gross score was 220 with 66 handicap. The low net score In the entire field for the day went to W. G. Cooper, Garden City, who brought in a 97 with an allowance of 16 and a net 81. ltarnea OB Ilia Game. George IL Barnes, who scored a clean sweep against his opponent In the Ca nadlan matches, was never able to get going at his best In yesterday's effort to overhaul Clark for the senior champion ship. Ho got away badly with a 6 on the first hole and was unable to count less than 5 on more than one of the first nine. He counted a par 3 on the short fifth, but the eighth, another short one. cost him 5. He also took 7 on the long ninth. His card tor the first nine holes was 47, Turning for home he ran up a trio of 5s In order: But he played the thirteenth well for a bird 3. But the fourteenth another long one, shattered hlB hopes of bettering his. record for the first nine holes. He landed In the creek on his second, and finally took 8. When he followed this with a series of erratic shots on the fifteenth and counted there, his chance was entirely wiped out He took 49 for the second nine. aicitie round practically the name trouble that Barnes did on the first nine holes. He took 6 on the second, and an other half dozen for the seventh. Then at the ninth he found trouble galore, When he had finally holed out, his count had run to nine strokes. He was 47 to the turn. A 6 on the fifteenth and an 8 at tho seventeenth were his most dis tressing experiences for tho second nine. The return trip cost him 45. An 8 on the very first hole gave Ham mond a bad start; and he was almost as bad with 6 on the' second. Another 6 on the seventh combined with 7 on the ( THE SUN'S RACING CHART. j BELMONT PARK IiACCTRAOK. Sept. 13 Clean (ruck fnat. OnO FIRST RACE Two-year-old nlliea. Selling. Fire furlongs, rune, 1800, 1:013-5. Post, 2:11. Off. 2:33. Winner, ch. f., by Garry Herrmann-S Index. Horse, Wt. St, . . i"t---.- iimui . 743 Wear 09' Indiscretion 659'Our .Maid., 863' Sugarmlnt . 859 Polraauda . 103 4H 106 110 550' Larghetto 105 000' Fair Colleen.... 109 (74 Fait Accompli.. 110 3 Wearr closed with a nun on the rail In tha cretlon outgained Our Maid In the drive for the nnn SECOND RACE Taree-ycar-olda and Jfe Time. 1:40 1-5. Post. 1:00. Off. 3:01. rk-n mn train- F IT V.IVUiTn Index. Horae. . - . - . Mvw.muA,. Wt. St. 4 SJ, Plctor 104 309 Koblnoor 110 1 1 1 3 3 SH 3 I 3' 886' Fred k the lit. 107 ta iiiciiorynut iui a e 4 550 SiuuiTlond 116 g 7 6 182 Dr. Rae 85 S 5 I 576' Rockport 108 7 I 6 867' Capt. Hodge.... 105 9 9 3 384 Monomoy 110 10 10 10 884 Babetta 100 4 4 7 Plctor had an tho speed Put wss tiring fast at end. Kohlnoor ran as though short. Frederick the Great waa always well up and had no excuse. nin THIRD RAOB-Three-year-oWs and upward. Cedarhurst Handicap. Mile and xu teen tli. Purse. 31.200.83. Time. 1:44 u. Tn a.M nit i-m nri.... k . . ... - , , , - atari gooa, vton anting, Index. Horse, Wt. St, 887 Jack Stuart., (683) Royce Rools, 816' HDUr . 05 3 . 118 1 , 117 3 i 3 3' 1 3 369' Recount , 103 4 4 4 Jack Stuart bore out after tumlnr tor home won going away. Royce Rools quit. Spur always outrun. um sua m FOURTH RACEThree-yes'.-elds and upward. Claiming. Mile aad a quarter. Purse. 8900.83. Time, 2:09 3-5. Post, 3:57. Off, :. Winner, b. c., 4, by Dsy Comet Beautiful Bight. Owner and trainer, W. V. CASEY. Start good. Won easily. Index. Horse. Wt. St, ,4 H M. Fin. Jockey. St. Ph sh. &S6 John I, Day.... 115 2 3 3 . 1' 1 Rowan 1-4 -1 534 Cadlllao 104 1 1 1 3 2 Lang 3-1 John I. Day saved ground all the way and won eased up. Cadillac ahowed speed to mid dle of turn, where he ran out. OIC) FIFTH RACE Three-year-olds snd upward. Six furlongs. Purse, (800.81. Time 1:13 3-5. Post, 4:29. Off, 4:36. Winner, br. h.. 6. by Ogden-Frsnkle. Owner, Mrs Index. Horse. 893 Jock Scot Mad Halter... 372' E'.fin Queen.. 869 Toto 816' Chasseur Tnmbolo Veteran 8(6' Grundy 829 'Sen Crow,.., Wt. 8t. . 120 2 , 107 4 . 119 3 5 3 1 3 4 6 9 10 7 4 10 . 115 . 107 . 130 . 101 , 120 10 . 107 7 , 113 1 173 'ren nose. Triple springe Farm entry. Jock Scot caught Ellin Queen at eighth pole and went to the front, winning ss he (pleased. Mad Hatter, outrun early, dosed fast at end. Ellin Queen had all her speed. Dut tired la last furlong, ne in this city qq SIXTH RACE Two-year-olds. Flushing Hsndlrsp. Fire ana a half furlongs. Purse, baseball team OLO jgoo. Time, 1:091-6. Tost. 5:00. On. 5:01. Winner, l. g.. by .Garry Herrmann with Guy Em- Zoola. Owner. J, 15. WIDENKR. Trainer. T. Welch. Start good. Won driving. Index. Horse, Wt. St. IP1!?1-1 ....HI 1 31 m 4 3 6 e 80s Evcrgay m 3 394 Krewer 1M 5 4 4' (769) End MID Ill 1 Z 3 373 Ira Wilson M 4 5 6 359 'Arm en us 110 e wiaener entry. Pilgrim got up In last Jump. Erertay had bat Judges gave dsdstoa to Pilgrim. Krewer nnoww. ninth helped materially toward carrying I tal for the nine holes to 47. The, hla total imnrt nine was Played in 44. He was but threo Etrokcs over 4a for tho first seven holes'. " But ho took 7 on the reventeenth, and then followed this with 6 on tho home hole, for 44 on mo return Journey, The Summaries. CLASS A (65 TO "Jo YEARS). Ttr VI r"1,. t Rirdin Cltv. 136 it. ltt: Bldraon McHIe, Englewood, Jz I 164; W, N. Appell, Lancaster, 19835, ;; W. A. Hammond. Ithaca, 17 30, HT: Edward W. Harris, Apawamls, S0S--3. 168! Charles W. Harmon, Wykatyl. 300 SO, 170; George Van Kevernen, Englewood, Its 24, 171; George C Austin, Engle- wood, 301 10, ill; ueorce . Apawamls, 13S 14. 171; William Dels-j mater, Apawamls, 217 44, 173; L. M. ' Dennis. Ithaca, 18430 174; W. C. Iv s- ; ler. Apawamls. 30238, 174; F. W. T.I Stiles, Forest Hills. 20733. 175: Henry Alcopp, Ualtusrol. 19S 30, 178; Major A. White. Baltusrol, 23454, 180; H. S. Hc Clure. Montclalr. 20120, 181; J. J. De lor.ff, Englewood-, 207 21. 1S3; S. S. Gay lord, Foreit Hilli, 323 10, 183; George . Dodd, .Montclalr, 314 30, isj; uooeri i. uiarK, opnngneia, -u& .... Jackson, Forest Hills. 330 30. 180; J. u. Todd. Upper Montclalr, 25324, 309. CLASS 11 (01 TO 05 YEARS). n IT T.-at RtaT fnuntv. 204 44. 160: Charlea Cooper. Garden City, 193 33. 161; George W. Statzell, Aronmlnk, 156 31, 163; J. Horaia, Micaesnaiii. uouw.oii 204 40, 164; R. II. Treman. Ithaca. 197 - so, 167; K. Kitzgeraia, aiiaioiiuan, 167! n. n. Healer. Tatnuck. 317 50, 167; J. A. Tedford, Apawamls. 30840. 6; U f. AbDott, etorm mng, n , Martin Caiey, Apawamls. 193 20 173; G. D. Munson. New Haen, 313 40, 173; e. C Kelly, Woodway, 315 40, lit: lapc. S. I Heap, pauadeipnia, zui x.u-. Charlea W. Fields, surralo I'arK. sin u. 179; J. A. Flynn. Greenwich. 31636, 180; Arthur J. Selfrldge, Brae Burn. 311 3, 179: F. S. Thraner, Ualtusrol, 31636, 180; William -V. Bavler. Wykagyl, 31232, ISO; John F. Morrell. Brae Burn. 20624. 182; T. J. Johnson, Chevy Chose, 33732, W5; W. W. Lyons. Essex county, zsi . i Wilson P. Foss. Apawamls, 321 36. 185: F K. Seggerman. Knollwood, 34660, ISC; a. 1 JUKe, ilorruon, lit 1. jo". CLASS C (60 TO 70 YEARS). George W. Doane. Baltusrol, 193 30, 163: W. H. Canterbury. Crow Point. 206 40, 166: Henry R. Lounsbery. Bsdford, 213 40, 178: L. K. Rassmore, Huntington val ley, 218 40, 178: H. M. Adams. Nassau. 210 30. 130; e. 1. MC.fBiey, r,viio inc. 503 22. 181; W. V. Kellen. Brookllne, 334 42. 12; Dr. W. S. Washington, Forest Hills. 224 36, 188: James Barber. Engle wood. 288 48. 190: W. E. Pulslfer, Ards ley, 23186. 195: D. Strachan, Glen Ridge. 238 40, 198: Capt jonn -epper. jiannai an, 333 30, 303: Roger Blrnle, Chevy Chase. 3S6 40, 216. CLASS V (OVER 70 YEARS.) Thomas E. Klrkby, Apawamls. 220 56. 164; Fred W. Stevens, Morris County, 196 28, 168; Rev. J. McBrlde Sterrett, Chevy Chase. 230 CO. 170; Morton Aldcn. Wollaa ton. 229 50. 179: Brent Arnold, Cincinnati, 22440. 184: J. R. Qllkeson. Leicester. 201 16, 185. PATTEN AND SHERMAN IN GOLF CUP FINAL Advance in Play for Equinox Trophy. Manchester, Vt Sept. 12. W. W. Patten of Schenectady kept up his good golf this morning In the scml-flnal round of match play for the Equinox cup at Ekwanok Country Club In spite of the very wet condition of tho course and a very heavy rain which fell throughout the match. He disposed of C. S. Clark of Philadelphia by 6 up and 5 to play. Patten was out In 42, which was very good going under the circumstances. He was 4 up at the turn. Clark missed his long shots and was Inaccurate on the putting green. At the third hole he took three putts and lost the hole after having a four foot putt for a win. Patten will meet Shertll Sherman of Utlca In tho thirty-six hole final to morrow. Sherman was going at a seventy-six. clip this morning when he eliminated George E. Morse of Rutland by 4 up and 3 to play. The best ball foursome competition this afternoon waa played In a heavy rain. Beall of Unlontown and H. D. Bassett of Canoe Brook were victorious with a card of 78. O. J. Murphy and J. J. Gallagher of Wollaston wero second with 79 1.83. Time. San Flower. ncjen. atari gooa. iton eany. Fin. Jocker. St. n. 4- 1 2-1 6-2 8-5 5- 1 5 (-1 Sh. 4- 5 5- 3 4-5 India 1' 3tt 4 6 6 7 Ambrose Kummer Ii tree .. Myers ... Ensor ... Frascn .. McCabe . 10-1 9-2 6-1 4-1 12- 1 4-1 13- 1 8 Johnson 4-1 8-5 last furlong ami wnn ni av.. place. upward. Clalmlnr. Mile. Purse. 1300.83. Winner, h t. j - rw-. xv... T" . ' ,.'TlUM "mio ell, driving. Fin. Jockey. owi, iDDo. nan. PI. 31 7-S 1-6 10-1 10-1 6-1 10-1 4 1 Sh. 4- 5 11 6-1 3- 1 5- 1 8 5 4- 1 1' -1' Hamilton ... 314 3 Rico , 31 3a hummer. 7-1 9-3 3-5 30-1 80-t 15-1 80-1 13-1 30-1 4 Callahan 5 5 Rowan 7 tinart , ( 7 Fraaeh 9 8 Ambrose .... lo 9 Lang g 10 Romanelll ., 10-1 0-1 50-1 8 1 six- 4. uwuunxi lAna., Trainer, William Martin. M. Fin. Jockey. 2" 1' Callahan 1'W 3' Ilutwell . St 6-1 PI. 7-6 Sh. 3-3 3-2 1-3 1-3 1-1 3' 3' Kummer a 1 u.itM q. -.. -iftBA.i ,., ,., 1. 1... .... .L . Fin. Jockey. St PI. Sh. 16-5 6-6 8-5 9 5 4 3 24 6- 1 1 i.j (-1 3-1 4 3 15-1 6-1 M 30-1 10-1 6-1 100-1 41 15-1 -l 81 41 7- 1 5-3 6-5 7-1 5-3 63 3' 2' I'M 4 fi 7 8 10 9 1 Johnson 2M Kummer ... 3'M Falrbrother 4 McCabe s 7 g 9 10 Callahan Ruxton Hamilton Rowan Ericsson .... Ensor ........ Fin. Jocker. St. PI. Sh. at 1 Falrbrother Kummer Carroll Ambrose .... McCabe McAtre 4-5 1-1 C-5 5-3 5 3-1 1-4 3' 3 7-1 1-3 10-1 45 4 4 6 6 g aU the speed and appeared to win by a head, ran a (air race. TENNIS TITLE LOST BY MISS WAGNER Beaten by Miss Helen Gilleau dean in Stato Champion ship Singles. Miss Marie Wagner, the playlng through champion, lost her New York State championship yesterday afternoon In the seml-flnal round of the women's annual lawn tennis tournament on tho clay courts of tho New Tork Tennis Club at Broadway nnd 23Sth street. Miss Helen GUleaudcau, the former Barnard College title holder, accom plished tho defeat of Miss Wagner lu a splendidly played three set match, tho sets going at 6 2, j 3 6, 6 3. I In the other seml-flnal round match I In the singles Mrs. Howard T Eaton, ' a former Middle States champion, defeated Mrs. Robert Lo Roy of the West Side Tennis Club, by a score of G 3, 2 6, 6 2, and she ana Miss GUleaudeau' will meet for the title and a leg on the massive challenge bowl at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. With Miss Wagner as her partner In the women's doubles Miss Gllleaudeiu returned to the courts later In the after roon and gained her final round bracket l-t that event. She defeated Mrs. Ed ward V. Lynch and Mls Edith Handy by a ocore ot 0 1, 00. The winners will clash with Mrs. Franklin I. 5Ial Irry, former national champion, and Mrs. Spencer Fullerton Weaver of the A, est Side Tennis Club for tho doubles title, the match being scheduled at 11 o'clock' this morning. Mrs. Weaver, paired with the tall Lyle Evans Mahan, was also successful In the third round of the mixed doubles, van quishing Mrs. 'David C. Mills and Ingo Hartmann by a score of 6 3, 6 3. Still later In the evening she and Mahan be gan their peml-flnal round match In tho lower half of the 'draw against Mrs. Lynch and Walter J. Toussalnt After losing the first set at 2 C, winning the second by the same score reversed and gclng Into a lead of 3 2 on games In tho final set, Mrs. Weaver nnd her part ner were forced to call a halt because of darkness. Enter Scnil-FlnnI Hound. Miss Margaret Grove and Herbert W. Forster were triumphant In their third round match, defeating Mrs. W. H. Prltchard and Leon Croley at 6 4, 0 7, after a royal struggle for the honors before they landed In the seml flnal round bracket In the upper section of the draw. Miss Wagner and Albert J, Ostendort also started a third round match agalnct Miss Muriel Blnzen and her brother, Elliott, a former national Junior Indoor champion. The former pair were leading at 6 3 and 21 on games In the eccond set when darkness Intervened. Mlas Wagner, chairman of the tournament committee, announced last night that the final round match In the mixed doubles will be played at 5 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The matech between Miss GUleaudeau and Miss Wagner brought out some very uneven tennis. In the first set It waa the champion who was erratic and un able to gaugo her shots correctly, whereas Miss GUleaudeau was hitting the ball cleanly on her ground stroke and placing It with mathematical pre' elision down the lines. Mlaa Wnsrner'a Error. Miss Wagner wns tricked Into the mistake of trying to make her fight from the base line in this set, and this she could not do successfully against the machlnelike accuracy of her oppo nent. The title holder also grew timid ; when she found her regularly accurate drives going out of court or Into the net, and started to "p.tt" the ball. This waa Just to Mlsa Gllleaudeau's liking, and she ran off the st with the loss of only the third and seventh games. The former Barnard star worked up into a lead of 3 0 on games ar.d 40 15 on polrrto In the second sot and was apparently headed for an easy straight set victor', but then things began to go wrong for her and lt waa her turn to overdrive tho base line and find the net on easy shots. Her service also weak ened, so that Mlsa Wagner had all the time In the world to "stroke" the slow bounding rnll. The champion waa quick to note the cnange and started an unbeatable at tack from all over the court Realizing that she must throw caution to one side and take her chances at tho net when the openings came. Miss Wagner forced her way Into midcourt and began to reel off sharply angled volleying shots for the corners. Her whole same under went Improvement and Instead of send ing returns Just out, ehe was cutting the llnea and running up the points quickly. Mlaa GUlcandcau Steadies. This continued until well Into the third set. Miss Wagner taking six games In a row In the second, and then win ning the first game In the third at "love," dropping Oie second and taking Uie third. But Miss GUleaudeau was not done yet She steadied herself splendidly at thui stage and soon was ripping over her deep court drives with all her cus tomary accuracy, no that 3d!ss Wagner had to do n lot of court covering. Well placed and timed lobs also helped Mies GUleaudeau and site took four games In a row, lost the eighth after "deuce" had been called no less than elaht times, and then won the ninth and final game after the points had reached "deuce" twice, the last point coming with Mies GUleaudeau sending her drive down the side line to Miss Wagner's far back hand. The latter attempted to return, but her effort landed the ball In the net giving the game, set and match to Miss GUleaudeau. Mrs. Eaton nnd Mrs. Le Roy had a struggle almost equally close before the Morrlstown girl could claim the victory. Most of tho playing was from back court but when the. openings were par ticularly inviting Mrs. Eaton did not hesitate to go In and volley or smash, and lt was this that gave her the win ning edge, for on ground strokes the two were about equal. Mrs. Weaver's great work at the net In the mixed doubles matches was a powerful factor against Mrs. Mills and Hartmann, nnd they found It practically Impossible to dislodge her, even when they sent their hardest drives straight at her. Mahan, with his great reach and severity overhead, was another ob stacle too great to be overcome, and the losers did well to get as many games as they did, Mrs. Mills playing very stead ily, although Hartmann waa wild over head. FRED WALKER TO COACH. Will nave Change- of Football at State Atrrlcnltural. Fred Walker, who was football coach al Williams. In 1317 and at the Xevtport 1 Naval Training station last fan, yester day was signed to coach at the New Torn State Agricultural College at Farm Ingdale. L. I. Walker passed up seveial offers to coach at Institutions with big ger football reputations than Farming dale. At the agricultural college he will have an opportunity to coach In every sport and to build up the game. A new lootball policy will be adopted at the college and collegiate rather than high school elevens will be in at. Sport Events To-day. BASEBALL Yankees . St. Louis at Polo Grounds, 1:30 I. M. (two games) Brooklyn Navy Vurd vs. Boston Navy Yard, for navy cham pionship, nt.Ebl.ets Field, 3:30 P. .M.I Newark vs. Heating nt Federal League Park, Newark, SlOO P. M. RAC1N()U licbuout Park track, S30 V. M. TENNIS Women1 New York State championship tournament at New York Tennis Club) Open tournament nt Hohoken Tennis Club. ATHLETICS ' Thirteenth Regiment Knmes at Brooklyn Athletic Field, 3:00 P. M. Pennsylvania It. lt Y. M. C. A. games at Weeuunblo Park, Newark, S130 P. M.l Senior national A. A. U. championships at Franklin Jtcld. Phllndelphla. SWIMMING New York Women's Swimming Assnrlntlon's randval nt Manhattan Ilench, 3:00 P St. BOAT RACING Annual regnltn, of the Nautilus llont Club nf Urooklyn on Graresrnd Hay. HORSi: SHOW At Syracuse, N. Y. TROTTING Grund Circuit at Syracuse. POLO Championship tournament nt I'hlludelplttn. YACHT RACES Special rtvees at Se wanlmka Corlntlilnn aclit Club. GOLF President's cup competition nt Ilallusroli Club championship at Scarsdale; President's cup competi tion at North Hempatead) Club championship ut Glrn Ridge i Team match nt Shacknmaxon; Club hundl rap at Dunwooiliet Fall hnndlcap ut Plalnfleldi Club championship at Si. Allmnsi Club clnimplnuclilp nt .Mnnl rlalrt Clnb championship nt Ocdnry Farms; Club championship at St. Andrews; Green committee cup com petition at 4'olonla. CRICKET Manhattans vs. Kings Countyt Lougfellons vs. Cainerona; Brooklyn vs. Puterson. MRS. HERZOG WINNER OF GOLF TROPHY Defeats Mrs. Bayer of Deal in Final at Sleepy Hollow. , Mrs. S. A. Herzog of Oak Rldgo cap tured the trophy offered for the winner of tho Ave days tournament of women golfers which ended yesterday on the Hnka of the Sleepy Hollow Country Club, She defeated Mrs. E. S. Bayer of Deal in the final match, 2 up. The Oak Ridge player won by making a strong rally on the second nine holes of play. After batUlng on even terms for tho first five holes Mrs. Bayer took the sixth to get a lead which she held through the fourteenth hole. After halv ing the seventh she took the next three holes In a row, standing four up aa the two started for tho eleventh tee. But at this point Mrs. Herzog began her comeback. She won the next three in succession. The fourteenth was halved. Then Mrs. Herzog scored a par 4 to win the fifteenth and even the match again. They halved the long six. teenth In 6s. Mrs. Bayer faltered on the seventeenth, taking G and losing the hole. She was even more erratic on the home hole, where she took an 8 and lost to Mrs. Herzogs 7. After Mrs. Herzog had captured this final round of match play she engaged with Miss Kate Bomann of Plalnneld In a playoff of the tie which resulted In the qualifying round. Miss Bomann won by the small margin of one point, She scored 100 against Mrs. Hereocs 101. Miss Bomann scored 40 on the first nine holes, and enjoyed a lead of four strokes for .that distance. She took 54 coming In against Mrs.. Herzoga 51. HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS. First Race Two-year-old maidens; five and a nair tunongs: iiooey nauer (Troxier) 3iS0. 33 TO and 33 40. won: Hurrr. 115 Srhnt linger), 33.50 and S3.S0, second; Crown of Gold, 115 (noanguei). 53.70. tnmi Time, 1:11. Cour tis, Small Stone. Sand River II., Nancy Ann, Mldian, Flying Welshman, Link Boy, May Ada Tattle. Mildred and Itockaree alfto ran. Second Race Selling: two-yeer-olds : six fur longs: Pirate McOe. 100 (Wlda). 93 10. JS7.M and 314.70, won; Buckbom II., 1M (McCrann), SV.fl and .5 70, second; Alaster jjiii, 109 (Hanne) Jll.00, third Time, 1:10 1-5. Precious Pearl, Moolc Orance. Anette Teller. Tanny Cook, Drusllla, Gain de Cause and Bohrma Breena alio ran. Third Race Claiming; three-year-olds and upward: six furlonga: Sylvano. 105 (Cel tilletl). $6 70. 14 90 and I3.30, won ; Tit for Tat 11 (Connors), IU.90 and 3 70. second: Bettle Blutl, 99 (HcnaiK). mi. tnira. nme. 1:142-9. uintuv ouh. Sea Beach. Jack Dawson Beauty Sleep. Chemung, Progressive. Ruth Strickland. Lady Ivan, Twenty Seven and Pinard also ran. Fourth Rare Fillies and mares; three-year-olds nd upward: mile and seventy rards: Bathilde. 113 (Sande). I13.50. 18 60 and 3470, won: Napoll. 113 (Stearni). J7.S0 and 55 20, second; Annie t,ngar, 111 iramng ton), til. third. Time, 1:17 3-5. lnqulcta, Sophia Gatewood. Miss Fillcy, Scylla and Edith Ilaumann also ran. Fifth Race Claiming: fillies and mares tlireff-i ear-olds and upward: mile and seven ty yards: Zinnia. 103 (Cotilettl), tZ3. 39.10 and .r". won; UtirJvale, SS (Wrssler). 40 and .:. secona; joan 01 Arc. tiimieii), 3S0. third. Time, 1:17 3-5. Betsy. Padua, Itaby Hitter, uiaj uinguon ana isaoeilo II also ran Sixth Race Selling: three.year-olda and unward: one mile and a sixteenth: Jack Mount. 110 (Schuttlnger). 37.40. J4.20 and 33.30. won: irlsn Kiss, lu t.stawer). 35.80, and 34, second: Wisest Pool. 105 (Sande). 16.20. third. Time, 1:51 3-5. Th Belgian 2nd, WaukeaK, Valspar and Wood Violet also rin Seventh Race Clalmlnr: three-rear nidi and upward: mile and a elxteer.th: Benevo lent. 115 (Stalker). 51 60. 33.70 and 1250. won' The Pefert. 107 (Thurber), IJ.90 snd 53. sec ond; Dorcas, w (i uooinsonj, sz.so, third. Time, 1:513-5. Indian Chant. Mother Ma- enree ana Hunny 11111 aiso ran. LEXINGTON ENTRIES. First Race Six furlongs: Col. Taylor. 103 Bob Baker. 104; Linden, 101; Spearlen. 105 Basil, 107: Troltus. 107; Sewell Combs, 109 Vln American. 110: Prince of Como, 111 Blackle Ban. 113: Courtthln. 115. Second Race Five furlonga: Clandestine 103; Lady Sweep, 103; Klnburn, 1"S; Zone warmer, nra; Marvin stay, nw; Horace Lrch, 10S; Bobby Allen, 10S'; Star View, 103; Frlti, 10: Angon. 114. Third Race Oue mile and one-sixteenth Darn Hill. 103: Cantilever. 103: loltte. 109 Merchant. 103: Sand ot Pleasures, 110; Man ager Waite. 108. Fourth Race Six furlonga; Mars John, 104: Lady Fair Play, 106; Allah. 106; By Heck, it; Lancelot, 107; breeze, iro; juoney, 109 Meduas. HI: Star Baby. Ill: Tally. Ill Onioduc, 114; Rhymer. 114; Dlxio Carroll 114: Skrer France. 114: Mabel Traak, 111 Lottus. 114; Portllght, 111; Jos. Stahr, 114 uoi. xayior, ill. Fifth Race One mile and a ilvtaenth Irvln, 103; Moscowa, 106; Sands of Pleas ure, 107; Precious, 10S: Game Cock. 108 Precipitator, 111; lluford, 110; Drastic. Sixth Race Five furlongs: Bucklslde. 113 Virjra 11. TTn.tli. M. Hnl.nn, .... T. Lester, 113; Harrlg'an'a 'llelr, 113;' Maiitup', 11, Jack Prior. 112. Warlike. 112: Trnveetr 112; Cortland. Ill; Sweep, Jr.. 113: Melody Man, 113; Maundsly. 112; Hereafter, 115; Major Bradley. 112, Nordyek, 112 Ths U-ooird. 112 ! oevemu jvaco- ,-uuo aim a sixteenth: Saras- told, 102; ltuncrsnna, 105: Gen, Halg 108' Hurry l!p, 109; Contestant. 112. Guy Fortune! 115; Hunt Somann, 105; Carrawar. 10!: Her- eler. 119; Suipeur II., 105; Alhohd 107; 13u 'lory. 109: Dlosroride. 109: Cinr Mum. n- Vln. Pl.t.. 11Q. 11-.1... it 1. ' I. Prince Igord, 107. TURF. To-day i Last Dsy 40.060 BELMONT PAitlC Also $5000 Jockey Club Stakes $5000 Brook Cup Steeplechase Roxbury Handicap ani 3 OTiir.it si;i'!:itn coxikstk, fiiist hah; vt -':') i' " Special Race Trains Icaie l'enn Station, 33rd St and 7th Ave., ab-o K'a. Brooklyn, at l'iiao. VfAi. 1, 1;13, !;3o. I :lo, liao, uu P. M Also reach" " BPfriui iin sieservea AND ANl PADDOCK. CRANIt sta: MRS. GARVAH IMS BLUES AT SYRACUSE Scores Double Victory "With Hamilton Flamo and Ham ilton Dianthus. Special Dav&lch to Tni Six. SmAcusit, N. T.i Sept 12. Despite a drizzling rain all of the events scheduled for the final day of tho seventy-ninth annual horre show In connection wit'i ino .-iow ion; oinie i-air were decided to-day. A fairly good sized crov.d w on Land to witness the llnal events. Mrs. F. P. Gurvan of Jiow Yorli elt- earrlcd off tho premier honois In th class for ponies In action, with her Hamilton Flamo and Hamilton Dhnthus, wnicn won several notona aurlns the week. Mm Marsh, representlrg the Flrfle!, rarms, captured leading honors In tht ciusk ror sancio norscs, with Whits Raven, owned ny Walter H. Banlov of Providence, winning tho red ribbon. One of the features of tho show was a clean sweep by the entries of W R. Brown of Berlin, .N. 11.. in tho class tir Arabian saddlo horses. Ills I'rlmro's was first, Gaeniura socond and Battla third. In tho class for Corinthian hunlera. C. L- Whiting's Wlllowbruok van the blue ribbon with Sir Thonua from ti Weslm'nster stables second. Hamilton Flamo and Hamilton Dianthus who waa a blue ribbon winner early In the day also won first prise In tho championship class for ponitg la harness The summaries: Chaniolon Class Saddle Horsss Site.. Birch, W. H. Hanley, nrst; Dink Stovsr, J. K. Deerlng, second; Minstrel, Ulis Con stance Vauclaln, third. Champion Class Harness Horses Lidr Dllham, Miss Vauclaln. first; Evs, Wat Wana-maker, second. Champion Class Ponlts In Raresis Hamilton Flams, first; Hamilton Dltnthu. aecond. Both from Mrs. F. P. Qarvu's stable. Champion Class Harness Horets Mads In America and Irvlngton Marlr-oroura, Fairfield Farms, nrst: Advocate and Judgs, V. R. Hanna. aecond. Champion Class saddle Horses Drift wood Star. Mrs. W. 11. Hanley. first: Llghtln', J. Ramsdell. second. Hunters and Jumpers. Lightweight Claaa Melrose, Westminster slablea, erst; En- nlsthorpe, miss vauciain, second. Champion Class Harness Horses Ert and Nelheral's Pride, lllas Wanamaker, first; I-ady Dllham and Dragon Fly, nconl. Hunters and Jumpers, Heavy and Mia dlewelgbt Class Regent Westmlmttr stable, first; Wlllowbrook, C L Whiting. eeennd. Champion Class Harness norses Thi Whip. Miss Vauclaln. first: Flrcwsy, Mlu Wanamaker. seoond; Made In America. Fairfield Farms, third. Arabian Saddle Horses Prlmroae, firitt Gaemura, second; Battla, third; all from W R. Brown's stables. Corinthian Hunters Wlllowbrook. c. I. Whiting, first; Sir Thomas, Westmlmttr ntables. second: Regent. Westminster stables, third; Ennisthorpe, Mlas Vauciain, fourth. Ponies In Harness Tandem over 1)1 and not exceeding 14.3 hands: Hamilton Flame and Hamilton Dianthus, first, Tli slngton Belle and Brown Belle, second, both from F. P. Garvan's stable. Saddle Horses, Road Hack over It! Hands Mae Marsh. Fairfield Farms, first; White Raven, Walter II. Hanley, second, The Minstrel, Mlsa Constance Vauclaln, third. Horsea Over 14.3 Hands Lady DUham. Miss Vauclaln, first: live. Miss Wanamak'r, aecond. NATIONAL POLO TO BE STARTED TO-DAY Junior Match Will OpenTour. ney at Philadelphia C. C. Play In the national championship polo tournament for the senior, Junior and open titles will be started this afternoon on the campus of the Philadel phia Country Club, at Bala, Pa. To day's contest will bring together Meadow Brook and Bryn Mawr for the Junior title. The programme for the tourna ment follows: Junior Championship, Cup presented by Samuel D Warren Open to teams of four whose aggregate handicap does not exceed twentv soils No player with a higher handicap than five goals. RbIii,H,v Cnt.m., 19 Tl.vn Maffr IS Meadow Brook. Bryn Mawr- n amsp Wanamaker 2d, Wlster Hanaoipn. . l. Strawbrldgo and R. E. Strawbrldge. J; Meadow Brook G. M Hecks, her J C Cooleyi Benjamin K. Gatlns and Tnomii Le Boutllller 2d. Monday. September 15 Rockawav v Philadelphia C. C. Rockawaj 17 not C Cowdln, Courtland P. DIon :d J .'heevjr Cowdln and F. H. Prince, Jr rhi adeiphla C. C Thomas Stokes, W Stand ey MOkfJ. E. Lowber Stokes and Barcln M l-aoden Tuesday, September 16 Amu ners of September 13. Army IJeut D. L Roscoe, Lleut.-Col V. P In in ru L. A. Heard and Col. R V. De U II- Tuesday, September 18. Final of September 15 va Winners of Sep'er.M' 16. Senior Championship. Paturdav. September 20 rtm'ka x' Meadow Bmok Rockawav r r Kum' K W. Hopping, Malcilm stei-nsou anl i Cheever Cowdln Meadow Tlrofk -Stoddard. I. Watson Webb. H P Wh'-ne and Devereux Mllburn. Tuesday. September 23. F'nal-ni "j phia C. C. vs. Winners of Sep'."." Philadelphia C. C Thorns. W . Standley Stokes. 17 Loivber Si , n Barclay McFadden. Open Chnmplonthlp. Cup presented by Joseph 11 "Hi- i Thursday. September 35-Ho. ,; Cooperstown Hockawa , ston, E. W. Hopping Mai. m and J. Cheever Cowdln. Coope-st n U n, Stoddaid, Thomas H.i. h K ' C. C. Rumsey and R. B Strawr.- f ; J Saturday, September 27. Fins. l-i', Brook va. Winners of Septemner -Meadow Ilrook F. H. Prince. Jr I w eon Webb. H. P. Whitney and le ' Mllburn. ASSIGN FOUR REFEREES. Each AV1II llHlldle One of "I Hunts nt Jersey Rnll I'nrU. Four referees will bo ni i.rea handle the big boxing show at th' " City Ball Park on Tuesday n'c''; Tl'' are several candidates tor thf ' it Is assured that Harry n-lle n " " terpret the rules and InnriKt J f"" KUbane. featherweight chdPV.n" "' " world, and Frankio Hums, ihe tin" Jersey City, who are to meet in bout of eight rounds. Different referees will be used m " bouts between Al Roberts. ' ' ". ' Island sensation, and ' B'B ' ' ' K ' of Harrison, who are ended ' a special heavyweight n. Lynch, conqueror of Pete H"t ' bantam champion, nnd P.us the Trenton whirlwind J.l.h H Mickey Russell and Johnn Tommy Bradley. IX It I' iTBTrrri'"'"-" Futurity Event ol the vear ior I .allies on an llare trains. . .30 I.AIHKS. 1U.IM. Ilu hidluc War '' t . .4-. -iV . art.