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If SENSELESS JUST NOW TO ATTEMPT APPRAISEMENT OF PENN'S FOOTBALL MATERIAL 12 EVENING LEI) OBI? PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 18. IDU-. LOCAL WOMEN GOLF EXPERTS MAKE FINE SHOWING IN TOURNEY Mrs. Barlow and Mrs. Van derbeck Prove to be Ster ling Performers in Test Held at Glen Cove. NASSAU COLWTKY CLUB, Glen Cove, I I., N. Y Sept. is No matter vvlint tho ultimate outcomo of the tournament may b, Philadelphia nt lonvt hns tho satisfaction of knouiiifr that two of Its reprcsentntlv oi reached tho scnilfln-il etnge In tho Women's N'ntlonnl Oolf Chnrnplonilil)) Tournament on the Units of tho Nassau Countiv Cluu. The fact that Sirs. C II VnnuVrbeck and Mrs. Uonald II. Barlow wore In opposite brackets ns another source of crntlllcatlon. Before teelnc up time a mnjorltv In the Sallery were of the opinion that Mr liarlou s otcadlness and experience would prove too much for Mls 12Iulne Itosen- il, wai, mo 13-yeHr-om khi uun. iunumi but there wan a great deal of specula tion as to the probable outcome of tho tilt between Mrs. VaiiderbecU and Mrs. II. Arnold Jackson, the Oakley woman, who lnt Juno won the eastern title at Greenwich The Ion.; drivel has little ncl intake over an opponent on thN coi osp clalh na It Is now nftn a week of (In Mcathor, for the turf has become so baked out that balls set unusually lone runs. In other words un lndirferentl hit half topped ball here pets practically ab fur as the well hit ball that depends on carrj for Its length. To start the Mrs. Jackson-Mr" Van derbeck match tho last named sot the better approach to the llrst hob- and had n putt for a 3, which she missed, so that they halved In four Up the hill to the BOO-yard second Mr Vindei beck's third Bhot found a trap beond the Kreen She laid out of the sand to within 7 feet of the cup, but failed on her tiv for the live and Mrs Jackson winning tin re, be came 1 up Mrs VanderbecU sank a lout, putt for a four at the thlid and it won the hole lall when her opponent failed on the like, the 23PUf .....wl ...... Ilulm. rl,i.i1rrll slinrt Both women f-ot into dlillcult ut the fourth. Mr. Jackson with a sliced drive to a trap and Mrs. Vanderbeck on her uecoiid shot l'tom the s md Mis. Jack non reached the fir eilue of the green and she won the hole when her op ponent again putted weakb. Mr". Jack son vvus then 1 up The Oaklej wonnn inci eased her ad vantage to 2 up with a tine 4 at the fifth hole, Mrs Vandeilieck losing a stroke when she pulled her second shot to thu lough' After pulling their drives to the long grass nt No ' both had to plav ehort of the sand, but when Mrs Vamlor lieck fell green hv on her third, using a Jigger, she gave herself ,i lot to do The ffi! Philadelphia woman, however, got down a L'R?' long putt for a halve in " That left Mrs. Jackson still 2 up going to the seventh. "When Mis Jaikson again pulbd her drive, to the rouch fiom the seventh teo ffBrt. -CTM1 had to pl.wOeiut short, it looked as If f-2? Jd aiideifcfer k mwht get back a hole. lhaTrflladelnliia woman, howcvei, lulieu to take advantage ol the open ng present- 3 to get out. Mrs Barlow then drovo out of bounds nt the eleventh and It cost her the hole, for, although Miss Rosen thal was bunkered, she made i fine sec ond out of It This made the match even once more A long putt nt the twelfth won It for Miss Hosenthal and Mrs. Barlow drew up again nt the next A superb second shot by Miss Hosen thal at the Hth enabled her to get a 3 to the other's 4 but the Philadelphia!) outmaneuvered her diminutive Chicago rival at the long lth. Instead of trying to run down n li-foot putt for a 3, Mrs Barlow was content to lay dead to llu pin, so that she Intel a sure 4 The psvehologie effect on the othei was that she missed a try from four feet Again the match w a level. Mis Harlow's second failed to ran y the chocolate drops at the 16th, and she lost the hole, but two tine shots on the 4on-wirel 17th, a font she did estcrelay agains.t Miss llvde. got her home nnd she took two putts for a 4 and win. Thus the match was square going to the homo hole Intense excitement reigned In the gtl lery. Uach got away good drives. Mrs Hallow plaved her second short of the raw nine pit guarding the green. Miss Ilosenthol plaved to the thick grass ib the right, evidently to bo able to take some turf nnd with hack spin get hor ball well up In this she calculated cor rective, but Mrs Birlow .also reached the green on her third, so It looked like hn etrn hole match Miss Bosenthal's nervy appioach putt was laid dead to the cup, and Mrs. Barlow overran only three feet Mrs Barlow was weak on the putt and her ball stopped short oil tho lip. The match was over and Chi cago will meet Boston In the final to mot row. The rltrj follows Ml Itotentlial out ... . ,', r, 4 .". I .'. 5 4 411 In 0 S I 0 3 B 4 0 541-31 Mrs Barlon "ut .. I 1 J 8 H 58 4-41 III . . . 1 0 (5 I I I 5 4 04.' VI DIFFICULT MATTER TO APPRAISE VALUE OF PENN MATERIAL PHILLIES CLEAN UP IN PIRATE SERIES Varsity Football Men Have Had Experience Enough, But for Most Part Candi dates Are Unknown Quantities. ST. MARTIN'S CUP GOLF TOURNEY IS ADVANCING WELL Some Fine Performances Were Recorded at the Philadelphia Cricket Club's Headquarters. ST MARTIN'S, Pa., Sept 16 -The first lound of match plav for the St Mar tin's cup and attendant trophies at the Philadelphia Cilcket Club started this morning under Idial weather tondltluns. The 04 best plav ers out of the 2'0 entered In vcstcrdav'H eiualifvlng lound, who were drawn for match pla todav, got away from the first tee between 10 o'clock and 11:00. On all sides were heard compli mentary remarks from the entrants, who wero well pleased with the condition of th course and with tho business-like manner with which the tournament Is be ing run The first match to finish In the main event was between V. S Blcklng, Arono inlnlc, und J N t-tenrns Cd, Nassau, the runner up to Hi clnald 'Worihlngton In tho Nothing could be more senseless right now than to attempt an appraisement of the material which has reported for I'enn sjlvanla's football team Those men who have had vnislty experience with tho Bed and Blue In past J ears are known quan tities. So, to a ccrtnln extent, are some who plaved with the scrub eleven last j ear, but for the most part It Is totally Impossible to give any sort of rating to men who plaved on last year's fieshmnn eleven or those Who come with football ovperleneo from other colleges, When scrimmage practice begins the coaches will have a mentis to test their men; the preliminary games will bo a guide, but not until the more Important games, such as the Navy and Swarthmurc, will experts be able to pass Judgment on the majority of the new men Nothing would be woise foi the final succcs of the new plav ers than loo much praise at this time. Over-enthuslastlo un dergraduate correspondents are Inellnud to exaggerate abilities of the men whom they see running back kicks, making long runs nnd line plays against tho scrub players. But the real worth of a man Is never known until ho has been In some real games. On this hypothesis Pennsylvania's coaches will have to con tinue their sorting until they havo an eleven which can hold Its own against championship rivals. Pennsylvania's coaching Mart Is pro ceeding with Its sifting process In a lnis lnesMIko mannei livery man who has re ported is having a thorough test. In fact, evciv plajer will have come under the piisoiml inspection of Coach Brooke hlm belf befoie the Initial game neM week against Gettjsburg. Not only will every plajei have to pass Brooke's scrutiny, but he will have to receive the approval of the assistant coaches. In oider that tho men nny have cvelv facility for learning the rudiments or the game as well as the fine points of their own positions, thej aro divided Into squads, first to practice those rudiments of the game which arc common to all positions, and then to specialize in the re quirements of the positions they hope to inus ujwer emus the line men, play Shawnee tournament. Stearns won on ed, as hei trv for the green with u bnni th , t resulted in the ball g tting nadiy trapped .... ., c, , , , closa to the green Mi. took two strokes At the tuin Stearns was l up and fie to get c.ear of the sand so that Mis. ' match was tquaied after Blcklng won the Jackson won the hole In 5 to C, and be- j tenth The eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, came 3 up. fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth were tee to rest on the took other Set a iinii'in ioui ,,, f ,llr.v was his. In 4 to 5, and the match, 1 up. Mrs Vanderbeck hud a stroke of luck Tn ,ar.iH. ' at ninth, where, nft.r missing her try njUin--" for a four, she laid th.i ejuKicy woman out a stymie This prevented Mrs. Jackson s-uarns- Xrom getting a four The half there left ,'llkll, Mrs. Jackson 3 up nt the turn bhe in . went out in 42 to 4", for Mrs. Vandei- i . Stearns v i. n ut;ijik Although Mrs Jackson had the better , m each ,, three A half , ee shot over the pond, her ball coming, r,.suUed on ,he pevenu,lnth und bo, o rest on the edge of the green, she ,... ,h.. ,,, ,r .. ,,, , three putts ,Vlcr'b,1T,bJ!",ft ,! I show. Blcklng took three putts, how who had tallen a trine shoit, to I ond wUh Su.onls (own n' tno tl(. Mrs Jackson made a hash of the tenth, or "circus" hole utter getting bunkered s 4 5 .', 4 e 5 5 J U 544043 0 4 4-41 .". U 4 5 4 C 3 C 5 42-sl 4 .', 5 4 S 5 4 li 112 S1 C u Lalveit, ArommlnK, and hpuneei Wright of the same club, had an inte-- efctlng match, which tho latter won on the o3Jn jr, - -. ht - 3(up oft. the IVr -0t--' -- - "SUES ft, -- although Wright, m Up the hill t, tl, !-. M. Vander- " l .5f.onJW 'UL:L5..: .1'ti i ck almost pulled liei neeond shot out "" """ k" ""."" . w...h .... e-u, bounds and she half topped her next , 'r ."j-Ua' V? 'nn . tha .r.llr.1, lilt t,,,., ft,,, il fll,, HI. ".', ,'ujt.n ,,-- -it.. .w.t. .W .,! beck Of nut ball came to ret seven fiet from the pin and she won tho hole in a fine 4 to w, Mrs Vanderbeck was then only 1 down. Coming back to tho Uth both women got away good drives, Mrs Vandeiheck hav ing u ffvv yards the advantage Their seconds were olT the l,ne, jut Mrs Jack-iron'-i ball ltlckeil luckily from a mound, whereas the other was less fortunate, a liall stopping behind the bunkers on the Hth, Wrights tee Ohot was wild, and1 his secund shoit of tho green. Calvert was well up in two and ml'sctl a haid rutt by Inches for the hole and match, i Wright succeeded In running elown a I long putt for a half, making an extra hole necessary. Both drove well to the j 19th, but Calvert was a little off the i lint; His fecoud found a trap In front of the green nnd was almost completely right. Mis Vanderbeik aLaln Drouctu 1 covered by sand Ho failed to get out off a good putt for a half In 5 with his next, and as Wright was down Mrs Jackson drove the Iso-yard H'h In four thu match was ended. The cards.' green and making no mUtnUeg, won It calvert In 3 to 1 thereby becoming I up again out ... ..... S 4 s n l r. ,1 5 4-42 To the fifteenth. Mrs Vanderbeck badly ' In 16 14 4 6 3 4 4-3S-S-I I ulled her drive, and it looked like un ous,nl' "out of hound," but the lull hit u rail and caromed on th fairway She topped ;ii mu i r. r. i i i r, i i-ai In 2 0 n 3 3 5 4 3 4 ll-M Ktr4 nu vvrignt. 4 Calvert, :. .. o.t V,nl tf the 1, linker nml ir h.wl . "f. " ."' "I wio raTOiae ..c. ,.v ....... ....-, .. .. .. , ,,,sa, oy 3i M JaeK, a jouiip piner rrom Kid lie. until Mr. Jaikfcon pulled second JUrion Plavinfc against J t Ita. Phua to the (ran and took two to Bet clear lelelihla Crl ktt Club, In th third sUten LV u,Li.iT.,r r. t..iT. ho" h lfatel T up atU 5 to play Jack They halved In 6. leaving Mis, Jackson maif a rmaritable rounu of Til. one. stroke rtlll 2 up going to number U Mrs. over Walur HnoH' medal-w Innliig carl of Jackson s hecond landed In the trap, I ,'Vajr lilH "5 C?T 444043 0 whereas the other ufclne n spoon for her j rn "'.. S3344434 !j';-70 npproai h made the green Mm Jaekson I Sumiuirln flrnt alxin, fit Martin's cap recovered finely, th ball eomine to rest I lV.lur IJenoW Aioiilmlnk dcleuttd P l iv fot heiond the nin She then bnlel rrftr"1, ' ' "!' anl " Kr. " I Six feet ueionu tne pin. nne men noieti Hm ,,, ufeatcd M. K Nlffer Huntlng- thc putt tor a halve in 4, Mrs. Jarkaon ' nun alln. by rtefault, Lajton M. bchoch vvns then dormle. InUuUeihls countr, ,lcfe4tit Uerknl C To the seventeenth Mrs Vanderbeck TSTT" viySSSUMitiU "6 ' V " "buti.T. S4 Numu, ilffeat4 V lllckliiij Aronlir, tnk 1 up Viw,n I'nttei Philadelphia Cricket Club. d(e4tl Iluiert Uier V tlmlnistqn 1 up, 1j boles, I II Francine Iluntlnedeni Vall dafeate 1 11 liarnah.-iw I'lnladelphta I'rlcket i'ut. 0 up and 4 to go fa. D Wright, Jr. Aronlmlnk defeated ( . B Calvert, Aronlm tnk 1 up, Vt hoii biiconl elxteen I'retident's cup U M. tash!,grn lyjncr Jlerian. defeated II. II hentua. iVnnkford, 3 up and 4 to o, S. H uhatttood. Merlin, dertate-t lr O A Illxoii, Natlt.nal Oolf Unk, 1 up W M Weaver, HuaiinKiun Vale defeated John ' Kox, Iranktord. 0 up and 4 to go, J. J Keenan. jr jjansucrane, ueieated vv. I Allen Del- nulled her drivo and thereafttir never had a -hance Tlio other might have won the, bolt in 5, but she contended herself f w (h a halve In C Mrs Jackson theicforo f on the match bj 2 up ana l to plav. ho card: 3 S 4 S 0 4 s-42 Mrs. Jackson Dnt .., AITS vaiiueiucttt-- Out 4 0 4 0 S 8 0 4 5-13 ilr. Jackton ..-., In .. ..33CS3Q4G Mrs. suderiieck In 3543404C Mrs Barlow vvas beaten 1) M.las ItoJcn thai on the ery last green, and It was a -match which will go down In golf hta. tory as one of the keenest Imaginable and one In which the golf of both con tenders vvas of almost par esce'lence Mrs. Barlow need not feel afivameil to Bel! J up C II Webster Jr, Frankford, aeieaiet J neieer Atlantic i-t, 4 up Dickson the ends, and Brooke the hunks in addition to keeping his eje on the whole squad Because tiili work Is being done so carefullv Is cNplanatlon enough for the unusuallv eirly reduction In tho Mze of the vai.slty u,iii Michael Dorbas is winning the np pioval of the coaches bv the determined way he goes about the business of learn ing American football Idle all the coaches confess their regiet that f-ome ono did not take this oung Gicelc In hand when he first made his appeiranco on rrnnklln rielil, thtv are now trvlng to make up tor lost time Since last spring Dorizas has piobabh- had more indi vidual coaching tliun any two men com bined. Pootball Instiuetion has been crammed Into him In such big doses that his success as a line plsyer will depend upon how much he 1ms been able to as similate Football knrwledse and intuition are not to be absorbed ns n rule In so hhort a time In intilllgence Dotlzas ranks above the aveinse football plavei Likewise he lies athletic cleverness, nnd these qualities may ovrreome the handi cap under whiih he HI ors. Coach Bulk continued his policy of two practices vesterdny The afternoon sej,. sion vvas largelv given ov.i to higna: work Vreelnnd va out and alternated with Sulbnch at left end The mn were run through the plaj-4 with lots of snap evidnt Coach Untold Qast, n, of the serurs, sent his mm thiough foimations, mi talngs look biignt for a hci-lmumge with the varsity within the next few days IK will aavu a good, scrappy ag gregation and they will give tho varsitv a good fight Tho tcrubs are to ha o ,1 training table this year Doe Iiwlu got off several punts foi W vnrds, and Tucker and Ballou were clos-o by Irwin also showed ability In handling punts Ilughv continues t thow form. Dr Geurse Orton and CoacV Vivian Nlckals. having heard such wonderful tales of the brnwni freshmen, came out and looked them over. They were highly pleased, being sure of manj good weight throwers and oaismen. IMdie I)nnls. fullback in '01. 'CT, and member of the basketbull Mid track t.am, was n visitor at the afternoon prac tice. Also Dutch Sommets, halfback of '07, 'Oi. '05 and '1". Cornell has the distinction of being the first member of the "Big Six" to begin scrimmage work The 1 time ins have been at It now several days This was made possible for them by the fact that they had a full week's start over I'enusylvaul 1 and are now prettj well along in the hardening process Another lenson for Doctor Shnrpe's anxiety to start his men at real foothnll was the fact that the Ithacans have for their first opponent the Unierstt of Pittsburgh team. Cornell has good reason to remember nnd ft ar Pittsburgh because la3t year this eleven beat thu Ithacans II to 7 It Is true that when Cornell met Pittsburgh a ear ago tha Ithacans wero in the midst of a slump, but Pittsburgh was the better team and la said to be Just ab fast and powerful this year Some Cornell men are even now wondering why the football management scheduled this team for the first game No mattei what happens It will give Cornell a fiery baptism at the very start. Continued from Pnge 1 Becker out. Mnge'e fouled out to Konctchy. No tuns No hits. SECOND iNNlNO. Vlox singled to centre. He stole sec ond. Konctchy doubted to left, scoilng Vlox, Wagner singled to lefti Konctchy going to third. McCarthy lilt to Mar shall nnd Konctchy was retired, Mar shall to Dooltt to I.obert. Coleman bounced a homo run over tho left field fence, scoring Wagner and McCarthy. Marshall threw Adams out. Byrne throw Carc out. Tour runs. Cravnth hit tho right field fenco for two bases. Adams threw Bjrno out. Duderu.s singled to centre, scoring Cravath, Ludorus going to second when Collins fumbled the ball. Martin walked Dooln forced Martin at recond, Wngncr to Vlox, I.uderus going to third. Mar shall singled to centio, scoring Ludorus. Lobirt doubled to centre, scoring Dooln, Mai shall stopping nt third. Becker was out, Konctchy unassisted. Throe runs, four hits. THIIID INNING. Collins fouled to Lobort. Costcllo tiled to Magee Martin throw Vlox out. No runs No hits M igeo singled to center. Crnvath lilt into a double plaj. Wagner to Vlox to Konctchy. Bvrne filed to Collins. No runs. One hit. roUIlTH INNING. Bvrno threw Konetchy out. Wngnor filed to Magee. Mai tin threw McCarthy out. No runs. No hits. I.uderus singled to centre, Martin bent out a bunt Burns batted for Dooln. Hums sacrificed, Konetchy to Vlo. Baumgnrdnor butted for Marshall Bnum gnidnei hit to McCaithv, who threw Lu drrus out at the plate. Lobcit filed to Costcllo No runs. Two lilts. rirrii inning. Coleman walked. Kantlehner, batting for Adams, fanned. Carey forced Cole man, Martin to Byrne. Collins filed to Cravath. No runs. No hits. Becker singled to right. Magco filed to Costello. Ciavath forced Becker, Kant lehner to Wagner. Byrno was put out Knntlehnor to Konctchy. No runs, One hit. SIXTH INNING Costello beat out an Infield hit. Cos tcllo was out stealing. Burns to Martin. lox singled to centre. Konetchy sin gled to light. Wagner filed to Cravath. McCarthv filed to Magee. No runs, two lilts , ,, Ludcius sltie loci past second. Mnrtln beat out a bunt. Burns was out, Kant lehner to Konetchy. Paskeit batted for Baumgarduer ond lifted a (.acrlflce fly to lo:., Ludorus scoring. Lobert doubled to b ft, and when Carey fumbled tho ball .Martin scored Cnrev recovered tho ball and threw to McCarthv, retiring Lobeit tijing to stretch tho hit. Two runs, two lilts. SDVDNTII INNING. Oe?chgei began pitching for Philadel phia In the seventh. Coleman fanned KantMiner filed to Magee. Cnrey fouled to Lobert. No runs No hits. Becker walked Magee forced Becker, Wagner to Vlox, and took second on the latter's wild throw to first. Cravath hit the light field wall for a double, Magee scoilng. Bjrne filed to Caiey. Cravath stole tnliil. Luderus struck out, and wns thrown out, Coleman to Konetchy, when the former diopped third stilke. One run. One hit. mUHTH INNING. Bjin? tluew Collins out. Costello fouled "to Lutert Vlox fanned. No. iuns No hits 1 Maitlrt filed to Carey. Bums filed to Costello. Kantlehner threw Oo-ichger out. No runs No hits. NINTH INNING Konetchy beat out an Infield hit. Wag ner out, Oesehger to Luderus Hvatt batted for McCaithj. Iljatt filed to -Mnrtln Coleman fanned. No runs No 1 hits WYCKOFF'S WILDNESS GIVES DETROIT LEAD Continued from Page 1 wild pitch. Covelesltie fanned Bush grounded to Wjckoff. No runs. No hits FIFTH INNING. Oldrlng filed to Veach Covelcskle threw out Lapp. WjckolT hit to deep ii'ht field, halting at third hut continued home when Cobb loafed on the throw In Xluiphv filed to Veach One un. One VI tt walked. Cobb filed to Murph, VI tt going to second after tho catch. Craw ford walked. Veach hit Into a double play, Coll.ns to Barry to Mclnnls. No runs. No hits. SIXTH INNING. Cub got Barry's Hy. Bush threw out Collins Baker gtounded to Burns. No runH No hits. Baker threw out Burnt, Morlarty sin gled to left. Baker tluew out McKeo, Morlartv going to second. Morlarty stole third Covelcskle gtounded to Uakei. Nu runs. Ono hit. SKVL'NTH INNING. Mclnnis singled to center. Walsh bats for htrunk Walsh sacrificed Covellskle to Burns. Mclnnls on second Oldrlng filed to Veach. Lapp fanned. No runs. Walsh now playing center for Athletics. Bush grounded to Barry. Harry threw out Vltt Cobb walked. Crawford filed to Oldrlng. No runs No hits DIRECTUM I NEAB. RECORD DnTItOIT. Sept IS Directum I paced an unusual mile here jesterday In a trial against his record of 2 00, ns an exhibi tion In connection with the State Fair races Driven by Ray Snedecker and ac companied by a runner driven by Tom Murph). tho chestnut stallion paced the first quarter In 30 seconds, the half In 1 01, the three-quarters in 1 30 and then psced the last quarter in Sa seconds, making the mile In 1 ESi Minor Heir's mark of 1 55H la claimed to bo the fastest mile ever paced In the open. FOORD PROVES TO BE CRACK SHOT AT HOGAN TRAP SHOOT Wilmington Gunner Equals Henderson s Mark by Shat tering 148 Clay Pigeons Out of Possible 150. ATLANTIC CITV, Sept. lS.-Bi caking 148 out of a possible 150, William Foord, of Wilmington, Del., tied Woolfolk Hen clorson, national champion, for honors to day In tho amateur field nt tho Westy Hognn tournament. These scores wore made out of a field of 100 marksmen rep resenting the cream of tho L'ast, and tho score will stand out tho most prominently of any made hero to ilato. Poord nnd Henderson will shoot off tho tic to dccldo tho ownership of tho Atlantic City cup nnd gold award that goes to tho high gun of tho program C. A. Jenkins, of Wood bine, Md., set a startling pace for com pernors In going down xevcu events with clean sheets. Ho lost one at tho eighth trap and faltered on his final round. Salter Hun, of Macon, Gn topped both his own expert set as ,vt.u , thu nmateur with lis great card of 119 out of a POSS bio 150. Hn nn- n .,,..-! '...,.. sco 0, of course, did not count In tho ?l?i.ra:o tV1"1 'iQl. n(t went .straight for eight events and lost 0110 bird em "Is ninth to spoil the record bienklng exhibition of tho touincv. ( buries H, New comb, the popular Phil nclilphla shot, broko 147. Toord scored another triumph on total ing the clear sheet of 133 "breaks" in a row for the honor of topping the select amateurs. Tho Wilmington star was nover in bettor form nnd Is In the events hero tho most consistent winner. .1. M. Hawkins, professional, of Balti more has recorded tho rcmarknblo straight frnme of 170 "breaks." i 1 Jo3y'1 '"'Port from Wilmington, ins dropped U6 in line, nnd H. L. Worth! Ington. another professional from the Monumental Cltv, follows with 1W. Henderson won the Sousa tiophy In fc S nnh? "'if ,sht at Un, -no. Va" v.,i, e "' ch'"U'i sliot of Pennsvl- wo n,l ,0l 10, '" ""sslon on trap Ic.ws. ot Auburn, III, took th" j-eohv t,ToD,,,,Mis, - ' ;. " y !' II el. ftSi7' .V,.,1....""-. T1 'i n. ir S Appcwtc""'.," r'1,,17;,,"., h'i"'don. 0-,, w. HolohiH. l.s, 11 vleliV. -i"?h,,,,, V' V I'. II emus li '11 'i u '-owls. 7t, J. M. 13 ' V 'it.- J, , "'r."- .7-'.. ... 11. Hhoop i' ( i.-- .."".. -... i. .u 11 in els ,J- . IIot?hkiV; 'i, i'-i v." ,t"a,"f?ri1 '''- Edntr. 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Wvnkonp 1,7 I V Ilrona, ill, I. C clunlal.ci. 7.'. II p -staph ton, 1.1 A E Corefleld 71. Pieil Plum 7, HurroM Parent i.'i, N 1. euark 1,7 J II Fontaine, HI, II i: Perry. OS John 1: Khberts 71 J, I. I.'nglert. I.S, o. It l)lil,e 1,1, T II K'el ler, Ir. 1,0 "Jseaf ApB.ir. ri sini tilnvei. 7.V, (' ( Fanium, ii 1: A Watson U John II Hall, e). T. II, Ko, 7-' T II Keller, Sr., UI, J P Kane, r,7. 1 I. C uUcr, 71, W, I. VV Jones, 70, J. L. V rlclu c.l it e,unir i.l, Hairs I.jre, 71, ". A Jcnklni, 7". VV FJrth. .-.-,, I. It liahlii, 1,7 It Hall, (19, L. w. l'urtcnbarsrcr. en, 1 l. Pmlth, r.i,, E Hiilc, C'l, t, lanes RI, r S Toinlln 72, c II Piatt 7-'. 1 II. Ilauteh 1,7 A V Pai ens 1," 'O Von ler.'oike il L 1! P.isliel 71. VV. L Poster. 1 1 s K SI111II, ill, Thoinis Iiamlo, 1,11 1 n Miller, Hi. I: 1, Pell 7." t. t .nebiM,., L. 1 t 1 ...... . t. V) m 1 II Sloan 7J A c Kins Kl VV II s oi 1; 11. -turner. i;i ii Jooer :., v A Mlllur. f."., U II. Wagner, Co, EJ. Hamuli, til M. 11 Sti'u:irt. a. Professionals ton taucts 'Storr, 141, MieMon, 113, Ap (legate 11.' I, CI Itkhanls, 11? ahaner, IIU John Itihrls, Uil, AUn 1W, Hand, 14il, , n..l. ,,, kl ... 1,, a,.A.n. ,,, vu, ui.uiiiii niiuhmi 111, uriiiiJii, I'll, 1 raliv 141, Mc.VIahon, 14 ' "i lark 1IH; Moore 141. P Until lis, llrooks 141 tier Hiell, IIP CoLhrun 141 llrlim. 140. Martin, ll.J, WoiJcn 141 bhoop. 111 Hi mill, J.5, "Daniels, 14 1 Clunther, l.l, -anlord, 1 i"i, Hon likls l"s. LjJhIb, 1.1. Uank, 111, M. ll.if.ti 111! efn.ltav.tt ill li.i 1IIT .11,. n nn 1 S to jio. rhannlns tvaj Overbroolt, Uefeatihl j A si4itoi etuvievi, 1 up ana ii to 1,0. A M. Voel, irontmink. deftated Dr mutl l.olton I'rankfoi i 4 up unl i to ko, Nurninn Mux well Aronlmlnk. dufeHted . A. Ale Curdy Cneroruk. I up ana 'J to ieo ruir4 sixteen covtrnors- ejp p J Ilellly ei- lose' under such conditions and to miss a p?,1? rJIfa.,e?,l"' . l x Shii. J'hiiailel j-ard putt on the home green hen the ' i.nfulAur.o'.f WV ? "Sky?-? other laid btone dead Is not the most Philadelphia cricket eiub. 4 up and 3 to so dimcult thing in the world when the 1 if ' , Mce-aiiPhnadflphla Country C'lub. Je match depends on it. ; -)V B. Toen'd 'ffSlon dated" Oeorie By running down a 2o-foot putt, Sirs , Ciioke, Pnllaauj,h!a ' rKket flub 1 up M. Barlow won the first hole In 4 to 5. On 2.fc ,?i","n ..'JJtfVlin omi Z!mvbli' the third Miss Hosenthal a long putt for a I H Jon.. k(or,lb dIfSt"i 8 r flSrton 4 anel Airs tariow a iiuh iur a nuivH siuiiiiuuun .auv, o up and 4 to ko, e e- Ir.veled the match fc-aih took i putt 4 to t e fourth and another long one by Miss Bosenthal left her one up at the fifth. Two halved holes followed, with both women becoming more nnd more delib erate. Miss Itosenthal inlawed a putt on the short eighth over the pond which per mitted Mrs Barlow to square the match With a perfect 3. A naive IU par tour si tin num. k uoaltr IIuntlngdoH Vall7 1 up 1 r Pren tiss match all square at the turn, each tUa Mohawk debated E s Wa ifwk- .. .ri". UMi ."."! Uuttaraortli, rhOirtas Jr lhllftrii,lt,n!n IMnli.t r-1,,K ... fcatel Otorge VV LlnJaay Aronlmlnk. 3 up jad S to so O o Suddards Oiertrook d lt8hol Thompson, (suing Haven. 1 up, Fourth slitktn pera" cup P. Slm ou.Jf Ovtrbrook lefeated J T Blakf St Davlii. 2 ub anl 1 to 10 B Wauon. Uucka CuuDt. elcftaui F. n Kct. Huotlnslon Val ley I up and I to bo r U HaltoS VVhlt. rSKl, ?.T,',Ka,a" W .' wu" Pttllad-phln U..VV. .', .j ri - mo aereated 1, t irolnz out In 4L The gallery grew In numbers until several hundred wero In It Mrj Barlow trade another perfect 3 at IM tenth and the chlcaso rnls vvas bunljcljd and took '40 Philadelphia Vrlcket nub, defeltel V p IIu ;er. Merlon, by default C V Major Old Tfork Koad. defeated J n timer Mooreg. tone. Ly default, lr. 8 U RWse UuVki aWWy' D- GoW' "mii,! BASEBALL CONDENSED NATIONAIe LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. (Iillllek. Hi l'lttbursll, 3 l'lillllra, S; I'lttkburxh 0 (id eonif). .Neil urk, 10! Cincinnati, I. c'liliuco. S; Ilrmiklvn, 1. Il.ihloii, 3: St. I.oul. 1. TOMORROW'S GAMES, fit. T.011U at I'lillailelnlila Llnclnnatl ut Itrooklrn I'ltttliurah at Ioton. tliiiueu ut New ork. CLUB STANDING, W I. P C VV I, V C Boston 77 ." Mt Pbllllea ... ell 71 .474 New York 74 SU V.flPltUb gli CJ 71 4C7 riilruo 72 64 r.20 Brooklyn Sa 74 444 bt Louie 71 Bl S:i Cincinnati 5t) 7T .421 FEDERAL LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Baltimore. 3; Knu nt, 3. riileaso. 8 s I'llLbumh t IndlauapolU. 7 1 Brooklyn, S. Buffalo, 7: bt Loulj, ! CLUB STANDING. W L. P.C -W L PC Cblcaco ., 78 S9 ,583 Brooklyn 87 G4 oil Ind'apolU. 76 S9 ,r.B3 Kan City 02 71 Baltimore. Tt 60 S43 tit I-ouls. S8 76 Buffalo. .. OS del ClUpiHn eb B2 AMERICAN LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Athletic, hi Detroit. 3 Button, 81 llrvrlaml. 1. Jim lurk, 7; ChleuBo. 2 VVu.blngton. 12 Ht. Louis, 3. TOMORROW'S GAMES. .thletlcn at Detroit. . Boston ut t'lrv eland. VVasblnuton at St. T ouU. New orlt ut t'bkugo CLUB STANDING, vv 1. vc W I. P P HU 46 n.V3 Chicago. B3 72 407 KO 5J 607 St Louie 111 73 4V. Ti 04 Bit New York 01 75 419 Athlrtlcs Boston Detroit 4IJT 433 400 Wujh'eVn 00 03 .023 Cleveland 43 03 3t0 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Newark. 7 Jrrery City. I. 1'roTldenre. 0; Baltimore, 5 Toronto, I; Buffalo. 0. Bocbreter, 7; Montreal, 8. CLUB STANDING. w UP.C. W UPC. Provld'c. 89 67 .COT Baltimore 72 03 614 Hocheeter. 87 OS 600 Newark , 02 7T ,44d Buffalo.. 84 68 .692 Montreal 87 8S 401 Toronto-, 70 a BlOJer City 48 7 .822 kins liS, Cunnlnghuni, 110, It V Ilrown in, Blllmer l.lo. I'attorBj.i ilj Oochrane. 144, llindirson, 148, Koch, 110, ! fompte, ... ...,tritl. ,91, v.nu 11.1 kkli. In. ..V Mm -u.vi, ...,, , .jl.lllll,, ,.f, .l reMru, l-n urce'iiuuu, i, tinier, 1 i, litin nttt, 110 vteciarrvn, 115, t ook, hn vet c .ti, l.io, MeVe, Jr , UU, Itldlej 142, Ivln, , I (....ila I', IIi.IIfi II. lltlll...... , ,- , l.Vllbl .- rt. ...,, ., .1.111, 1),. .,, llAll 111 VulLTllltnll 11? AI.1,1IM UI T.nn Bell, 111 Newiomb 117, A.l.nns HI, lion. Ui, Williams 125. c laik Jr 142, inkewull 122, VVIUon. 14u Trat HI, WlncheMi r, IIS II Harrison, 117. Benin 111, lul. Jlra Har rison, US Patterson l.'V -Huff Uj Har rett, 142. Blppus 113. Uruni, 14S, IMwia, 1 iS. IluckHulter, llii, 'leKlei, HI Bltterllng, Ut. 11 Broun 121. McKehey, 141 VHnniik 1I Jnnp 1.17. "KlotZ. 10!l. Tailnr I IT j ueiteti, ne imrncuj .,, (tuiuer, Ji., Grubb 144 leiljert, in. -tfjmi-ri., 14V, Ut, 1,0 Heiftmali, 111, Krlck, 111. Itted m Maunr, 1 17 llHR.InUI'r 1 J.V MImm M C Tl,. 111. II P llemy U'l, CbainUrUIn 141, ' p simllh 14". Phlulej 141. Andrews 1S1, Itlffe, I'.l, 1'urU. UJ Dcpin 12H, Ann 12i. Winkjnp 11.1. 1 A llronn, l.'l, iiundakr, 111 Stapleton, 113, Portneld, 13S, Plaum, 113, 'areola, j yi flark 13b Fontaine. Ill Perrs lin I , crlK 140. hneler, 117. Dlikc, 1 Iti 'Kelley, r. Ill, "Vpiear la ellnver Ut Fumum, ,1 ll.lull. I'.l. llAll IIS If. tl-. Lf ..!,. bcrl J hr 121, Kan 1 HI, Culver. 140. Jones .41, Wright, 1'.7, Youns. UI Kro 13'J jeuklns, lit. Firth 112. Clulvln 135 Hull 14u, Peffen. larger. 110 Sm th 1 U). Hyde 11.', Janes, 111, -.-.-T,l.- ,1,. 111-.. 1 Ml ll.unnu , 11 !, 1U1II11I1, .1, .111..., . U..WX0, ..1, '.,111 Lugerico 114 HUliel. 132. Kjster. l.l Shull, 117 Pando, IU. Miller, 120 Fell 142, e.ro. tht?rs 12J. Aumack. lit UtKreiice-, l!0, Kto nan, 127. Cahra, 114 Paiiiiliiic. 141 i'OKera, 111) Joslyn 141, DavlHin, lis Siniiison 127, Prltchar.l. 110 Kllllan, 111 bloon 111. Mnlliews. 110 Hoovtrr. H8. Miller llu vuk nr, l.-J, HattlelJ, 140, httuart, 117, Orioles Sign Salisbury Pitcher. SAl.ISIlLinV. M.l. Sept. 18 Carl Hona-J. ho pitcheil winning ball tor a scml-profea. slonaf team here tills mtninor baa been tlgnej by Jack Dunn manakor or the Baltimore In ternatlonala tor next season Dunn offered Howard contract calling for T--1 a month, with an increase It bo made good vvltbln a month nt VMPIA A A !i'081 $ Ilalnbrldga Ubliyiria i. f. iurr PilnurUs, ilsr. MO.NDAY NIUIIT BEIT 21 Frank I.ouifhrry m. Italian Jos Cans Ailin J'ic Hal Itea 60c Arena Bes. 75c Jl SVlTKim Mtilir SATLHDW MGIIT hatlonal A. C, Jack JIiCuIbuii National .1. O. (.BEAT MIDDLEVVEIC.IIT BOUT KBBIK UKIUIIIK ineele TOVIM HIIWEI.I, Pour Other Contests Four Other Contests eiBVNll OPENING Olt.AND OI'KNINO TONIGHT TONIOlir TONIUHT liKh'NAN'H KK.NblNOTON A. C. CHURCH BY GREAT TENNIS PLAY WINS ConllnnVil from I'nee 1 , first three gamei. Then Church took Williams' serve ond his own. From hero both won their serves, five to three. Then Church took threo straight games. Tho test then went to six nil, when Church broko through nnel matlo first set al 8-8. Church started to servo In the second set. Williams won tho first two games. Oarncs then went to 3-1, Williams leading. Church then took two games, making tho scoro three nil. Games then went to seven all. At this point Church, by an almost unbelievable brace, won Williams servo and his own. This mado the Bet nt 9-7. At this time tho gallery seemed to be unanimously In Church's favor, ap plauding his every point. Contrary to expectations, It. N. Wil liams won the third set at 6-4. Ma serve wai supreme. In this set Williams took the llrst and sixth gnmo nt love. Both of theso games were on his own nerve. Sets then stood nt two to one, nnd Church started to serve In the fourth set. When tho fourth sot started both play . ...n,i in tin much freshened after the seven minutes' rest, but after tho first few game's doui vveaieencu cuhiiuiu--nblv and lost their nerve qulto fre quently. Williams saw tho games to 5-4 In his favor. Here Church woko up, and, to tho surprise of the gallery, took threo straight games, making set, match and chnmplonshlp. Score, 7-5. Tho Merlon club porches were crowded when pliy started. It was a lecord as- U.U1.M. ne n.eV,l,alntit(r, InMlllo fnllnW- IjC'IllUlitHO 111 Vll.liuuiu,.!. ........ --- ers. and they saw n matcn wnicn was thrilling fiom start to finish, Williams, tho national tennis champion, vvas a fa vorite, but Church alio hnd his loynl followers sporting tho Orange and Black. In the previous matches Williams ad vanced without much difficulty, tho only closely contested set being tho second In the match with Illchaid Harte, tho Plilladclphlan representing Harvard, which went to 8-6 before Williams won. Church also hnd a brilliant record, his only close set being In tho Beml-flnnt with W. S. McEllroy, tho Pittsburgh Univer sity champion. Williams, In his last tennlH In this city, prior to tho Davis Cup matches and the big Eastern tourna ments, Including the title event at Now port, won the Pennsylvania State cham plonihlp on the same court on which he opposed Church this afternoon, COACHES ORDER ALL VACCINATED Cunllnurel from Pace 1 to tnKo his turn at tossing the stiaw man to tho ground, for the coaches re allzo that weaknesses In this depnrtmont of the game proved Pcnn's undoing In moro than one contest Inst year. Men of Urn build of Mike Dorizas find tack ling on tho gridiron particularly difficult bccauio of their natural awkwardness. Carter U a notoriously weak tackier. Kocauso of the law which now requires every btudent to be vaccinated. Dr. Han cock took the bull by the horns and had nil the candidates go thiough this obligation this morning, This wni a move In tho right direction, for tho team would roclvo a s.ovcro setback If they wero vaccinated after the season started, as In the case of tho Swarthmore eleven last year. Coach lliooke had Carter out early this morning and put him through a thorough eh 111 In drop and place kicking. The blond tackle showed a decided Improve ment over his previous efforts this rea son, and diopped a number of goals from difficult angles on the 30 and 33-yard lines. Ills greatest tiouble lies In an Inability to get his kicks off quickly. Bob Bolget. tho former Central High School athlete, and laht season's varsity backflcM man, appealed on the side lines this aft' moon, but will not don a suit till next week. Provided the weather Is suitable, tho first sctlmmagp of the ear will bo at tempted tomonow afternoon, nnd from this the coaches hope to determine the real calibre of the plajers. Shrubb to Coach Harvard Again CAMBBIDGn, Mabs, Sept. IS The Harvard athletic management jesterday signed Alfred Shrubb, the well-known dis tance i tinner, to continue as coach of the Crimson's cross-country team. Woodbine Entries for Tomoirow. -D,rBtiTat.e,,.uil 1BeH Tercentenary handicap, J. ii uiJe.l. U furlongs southern .VIal,l. mi Inkle I'tl.llockvllle 10.1, orkllle, 107; Back' Ha, 113, Pan bcarln. Ill Second me, solllnie EnBllngton plate, 500 added, J.jur-olili and np, mflo and 70 jards V.edoltlc. 1CXJ, riprlnstniKld, 10(1, Dr II :,, ."nivuHci, ju., i-il-i jacKson, llii, i j-ountnln tay, 1M, 'ConHdo, luo, York 1-ad, llilrd race, ItoFf berry Plate. fOOO added, for .'-jeir-olds .-.14 furlonirs Penper Sauce. OS: Curzon, tin, Hln DlII 102, ttl-an Allen, 103 L l Ed JOt, nl.n,7'rIh, !"." Autumn, Woodbine Steeplechase, Jl "nil mlded. 4 j car-olds and up, about 1 mll03-1Juernnce, 1411- tWcldshlp; 148. ulun Cottin IV) lExton, 14V. t.Shannoti Wver 15J. Dorothv Webb 14"., Prijolee 130 ' ' Coupled tPnuplcd Plfth race. Produce- Stanley Stakes, I150O added, l-jear-olls liv miles tsealord. 110. iV'ajtot.ito 107 Marlon Galrti, 122, Moss Pox 12V orn Uroorn 12.', IKo Hive, 125 ' If-e-aBram e-ntrj, hlxth race Motlanil Plato sclllnsr. JV0. airlfil, for 'l.vear-olda and up 0 furlongs Tbo dovernor, 14: Bendel, HM tlordon. 102. Nlca Ono lei Fadorus, 106, Liberty Half. 10s Knmihatka 10S, Toronto. Ill, Lucia 112 Mudirn Prlscllla 112- Illllo Brlcade U2. j'. 1 Huughton. 115 Bt-blcon II, it,', 'aIbo dlflhle John C! Weaver, 103, Ampblon. 00. llrlu Hnuae, 114 hovtnth rare, selllnK. ISC0. added, for R-vcar-nliU -inl up one mile and sixteenth 'Tho Ts'ier in, bt. Win. U7, Krene, 07, Aprlsa. ".7 'Centaurl 07 'John Graham, 101, Thomas Bare 102 'Sigma Alpha. 104; Cluii Bufrod. K0, I-in.ance ll'l; AstroloBer, Wi Tecum Beh loo Husky Lsd. Ill, L'nclo Ben. 111. SherUrk Holmes, 114 "' Vpprentlce allowance 1 pounda clalmel. VVea'her clear; track fast Belmont Park Entries for Tomorrow Plrst race, all ages, hanllcap, 7 furlonE main course nukln 110 Plltiergold, nil ankeo Notlonn HV Charlestonlan lis II.dBC 10S Vorkln lad, lnO w",'"1 "' i.'cunci raie lor . rar-0lils lellinir. 13 fur 1. res striilBht-ep.iltuit, Itf) BnibroMery. 10V ONE DESIGNERS MUCH IN VOGUE AT YACHT CLUBS Ocean City and Corinthian Members Will Follow Chelsea's Example by Building Several Boats of This Kind During Winter. The racing of thej one-deslfrn fleet ot boats, which havo been built by mem bers of tho Chelsea Yacht Club, and the ones that will be built by the mem bers of tho Ocean City Yacht Club and the Corinthian Yacht Club, of Capo Jloy this fall, will bo a fenturo In tho dlfl ferent regattas along tho shores of South Jersey next season. It has boon suggested by nn oftlclal of tho South Jersey Yaoltt Racing Asso elation that a special series of events h arranged to tako placo at the 11 regattas which will make up tho schcdulo of the association. Tho members of the South Jersey club3 will mako n strong bid for tho one-design events at tho comlnj meeting to bo held tho early part of Jan uary in this city. Tho Chelsea Yacht Club fleet, which consists of more than a dozen boats, held a scries of races during tho lattci part of this season. Thero aro three classes, namely, Chelsea locals, 18-foot-ers; Chelsea expiess, 10-footers, and Chel sea flyer, 24-footers. Four series of races will bo held. In tho local class Kcdene, owned by B. G, Frazler, captured the prize, winning the first two events. In tho 20-foot class, Chcdorn II, owned by Herbert G. Stockwell, won tho series after a splendid fight with Foggy Devi, owned by J. L,, Apptcton. En Jay Ess, owned by Joseph Snellen burg, In the Sl-foot class, defeated th.9 Kama, owned by Gcorgo Degcrbcrg. Dorvnl Park Baco Results First race, for 3- ear-olds and up. selllnr, purse $30O, B4 fiilnoes. I.ambi Tall, H, Metcalf, 0 to S, 1 to 2, out, won; Sonr of Bocks, 102: Van Dusen, 3 to 1, even, 1 to 2 second; King Chilton. 02, Action. 8 to 1, 3 to 1, 3 to S, third. Time, 1:00 2-0. Chrj sels, Trovator, Strlto Dorblo and Dorothy Prlvver also ran. Second race, for .1-5 ear-olds ond up, purse, J500, 0 furlongs. Colston, 100; Metcalfe. 4 to ft, out, vion; Miss Barn Harbor 103; Acton, 4 to 1, even, 1 to 2, second; Itndendo, 111, Ambrose, IS to 1, 3 to 1, 2 to 1, third. Time 1:15 2-5. Plunlty, Itusty Coat, Marnoc, J Jr., Brnndynlne, llEelln and Brooms i:dg also ran. Third race, for two-j ear-olds, eclllng, purse, $500, five furlongs. Bd Weiss, 10J, Calla han, 2 to 1, 1 to 2. out, won; Jack Marlon, 100; Collins, 8 to 1, 2 to 1, J to J second; Carrie Orme, 105; Carroll. 2 to 1, 2 to 1.1, out, third. Time, 1 02 2-6. Lady May md Asho kan also ran. Tourth race, 5 nnd one-half furlongs Itcd dest, llrst, B to Ii nnd 1 to 2; Splutter, sec ond, 1 to 2, placo; Llngar, third. Time, l.lu. All started. Fifth nco, G'j furlongs Arran, 1 to 1, anl even, won: fair iretful, 3to 3. placo, second Ancon. third. Time, 1 IS 4-3. All started. Sixth race, for l-j ear-olds ond up, ecllric gentlemen riders, purse U.O 0 furlongs 1 hei da, 142 (Cirnej), fi tn 1, 2 to 1, even, hot Aurllle, 117, 3 to 2, 2 t 3, 1 to J, aocintl Cole, 142 (Lucas) k to 1, I to 1, 3 to 2 thlr line, t lH'H-5. neteut, Ilopsacli, Itldgelan I and Blue. Laws also ran. Seventh race, .1-1 ear-olds nnd up. 6c!Un, purso $600, 1 mile and 70 yards Olga hta. 100 (Acton), 20 to 3, out and out, won, Illuj Mouse, Kxl (Melcalfe), 5 to 2, 4 to 5 nnd uu second; Klnmund, 111 (Ambrose), In to 1, 3 to 1 und even, third. Time. 1.17. Spellbound, Ovation and Tom Hancock nlso ran WEST CHESTER RACES tVn&T CIIKSTRB, Pn., hept. IR Uarne-s racea held hero this afternoon resulted as fol lows 2.10 trot, nurio S100 Lena .ornbro, b, in., llcnr) Dutton- V llmlngton . Alton Bell b. e , Cheater Moumr, Spring City Count Keller, br. t , Henry Dutton, Wilmington Mary Jane, g tn , ellen Qable rarm, Wj ebrook. Pa Bxpo, rn. g., 17J. Brown, Blslnj Hun. Md Elkton Hoy, b. jr , U. G. Cann, Ken- nett Square, Pa Banatmra. b. m . JoueDh Hilton. West Chester dla Fulr Laura, b. m , Joseph Klcckner, C j nw d. Pa Time. 2 23V,. 2 .Mi,. 2 21'.. 2.2'i trot, fiorso $100 A. O. Harry Tod Lancaster, Pa.. ,11 8ptnola, b ni , Jamcn Bell, Phlla., Pa 2 2 I Bondy Boy, l. g , 1" Leltchammer, N'orrlstnwn, Pa 3,1 Cen Coxej, b. s , Xells Carlson, Ocean City, -". J HI Slary I. , s. m., D-vnlel Loary, West Cheater as Time, 2 23. 2 241,. 2 244, 2 2V, . 2, 10 pace, purse $JU0. Hugh Bo bure, b. s , Daniel Learj, . , VVeit Cheater Ill Hendricks, s. g , K. F Bspenshtp, INor rlston. Pa , . .... Pld Illllon. hllc h.. .Tnhn ThnranMn. VV 11- llamntown, X. J 2 4di Nolllo Blrect. b m , John I'loro, Bast Donlngtonn, Pa. 44 1 1 1 3 2 t 2 J S I 4 4 5 5 3 7 C 7 T 2 3 wnm rfl ' (v Muntrosa, 104 stro!og 101 Third race for 1. tear nlli. nn,l ,.n .An htndiP.p mile and sixteenth-IIuy Plsher 111 Plue Thistle 112 Worklni Ud 111" nu away, W PmirreiUe. 07 Faster Star li rerib Hoik 1.5, Ileehoven Ut r r' lwl Fourth ra.e, for .l-je .r-oldn and up Bel mont Park autumn welijht fr age. I", miles Reiner 112 SptRrhead U". " " lca Fifth race fur a jiar olds and up the Br, k Cup strei lechate handicap about 2'j mile Ilelluf, 101. t-onipllmeni. p.0 The l.Tn.le" vL FoitllEhts !.",. Astute I lo MmduM , lifi 117 lllankenbuig 111 Ju irk hlith race, for 2 ear olds maidens r,i . fur ,?"h', ,?st, ( ',n. uo Hblne Maiden 1U7 II Will, 107, Ivy Marquette 1C.7. ilnuiwcod IiiT Marland Cllrl, 107. Minstrel 107, " Apprentlc- allowance claimed Weather clear track fast Lest Call CLEARANCE SALE OF THINGS FOR MEN tin Sale ut Thenr Addresser! (Inlr 908 Chestnut St. 20&22 S.lSth St. Juniper t,nd Filbert Mreots Nu Connection With tnjr Other Itore &nM iVoH' Is the Time to Get BALMACAAMS Priestley Craven 'tied Reh'Froof, Regular SIS, SI and $2-- VaKes S3.50 & 4.03 Swca'ers, SS.30 re Wi s ii Ked ,jj in M n Cohn. pspclT HM . I U t I VII (Ithi-r VI n ?4 to 58 TW T $4 to $8 FOR YOUNG S?x. Vi-i-iitV7v d&F0Il YOUNGfev f? MEN r i L yALuE Y k l 5 ' Sb. 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