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,ATEST NEWS FROM THE RACE TRACKS, BASEBALL DIAMONDS AND THE GOLF COURSES
EVEyiffG EEDGEB-PHrUADTirpPHr rATTTRP'AT, MAY 8, 1915;
IN BALL GAME TODAY
Athletics Playing Better
Brand 01 uuu on mvu uj.
B Departure for West.
I shawkey in Fine Form.
K m.-l. MriM In
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.either Joe Bus'' or Wyekoff will face
In, Senators today In the final home nnmo
ISfh AthtprirB After tortny'fl battle
nL Uhletirs depart for the AVcst, where
I?m l the crucial period of the race for
TWS.L" ,..-.. ti tl,n nltciern eot coin
!!V. West the team should return Homo
tfUii to overhaul some of the clubs that
;. ... ,(.- Wllrl
M-fh exhibition by ShawUoy yesterday
'-i moat encouraging. If Hob can retain
S,L for the usually rough first cstern
wo as Wyckoft has shown fine form In
u.iiat two starts, with BubIi and Pen
iti. coming buck to form. The latter
rM of tho series, but ho has pitched
U to date and can bo depended upon.
Tho others of tho team looked much
',.iter yesterday than It has to dato, Tho
1 around work was a notlceahlo feature.
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r". i.i. ..-eml wnrk linn Improved alnco
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f For Washington tho peerless Walter
.lt1 v.-,. nutnil tr t (l-Ifi n tilt wl Hi
leather Indications for a dark, cloudy
iy, the famous speed ltlne Is likely to
M mighty hard to lilt.
SUBURBAN LEAGUE BASEBALL
i cptcnv wir.r. nvv.x mniv
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iriag Raising, Parndo and General
Celebration to iUarK upcning.
Tha clubs of tho Philadelphia Suburban
"league are ready to open their baseball
.tewon today and tho Inauguration WU
.( marked by big celebrations In tho
fdifferent towns represented. Flae rnls-
jlng, parades, nana concerts nnti speccnes
r. Fox Chafe will open the learrun with
fls'orth Philadelphia; Fern Rock will clash
P-nh Mount Airy, and Gprmantown will
1 trots bats with tho Cheltenham IJravcs.
Prominent piayers 01 tno scmiprores
slonal ranks are on tho teams, which fol.
Cheltenham Walter Johanns, manager;
Jink Johnson, Prlnco Dlrlnaor, Lowory,
Conklln, Van Sant, Klumpp, Captain
Myers, .JlcShane, nclslvcnfier, Watson.
Burgert,t Robinson and Cnssldy.
Fox Chase John Moore, manager; Cas
key, Fahy, Shue, Prown, Maytrott, Tim
CVelll. Calhoun, Whlto, Sell, Weavor.
;iUice, Paxson, A. Sell, Anderson, Droom-
neia, xouns, .uciaguc, 8. o'NoIl and
North Philadelphia William P. Wer
ner, manager; Graucly, Clcghorn, Mc-
Cooley, iiurucr, nouson, usslg, F. Jle.
Cooler, Kline, Birmingham, Ellis, M.
v enwu, .uuiiii, mutant, j.uusn.vnor, uui.e-
neia, utng, iMimciiurt ana v miners.
i ML Airy William Linton, ninnac-or:
Nlbbonar, Doelp, Holmes, Houpt. Pushy,
i Bustard, Linton, N'owmnn, Wolfson, La
crosse, uavies. Kcnweinert and Rotch-
. Germantown-Dr. James M. Tyson,
inwtagcr; Frankcnfleld, Gallagher, Ab.
bolt, King, Phews. Fortcscue, Shore,
Sweeney, Jlcrann, Cavls, Tyson. O'Xell.
P. King and Sutter.
r ASSOCIATION OPENING TODAY
SAU Kfnds of Sports on Program, In
cluding Archery Match.
T PhlLirfplnhlti KI.MHi. Atv.ln.lA .Mnn
htloa Hill ODen Its Clt1hhnil!ln fnilnv n( 'nhrv.
Btwy 11III on tho West Chester nlko with u
rGu e'J?bmtlon An addn-es by Prpsld-nt B.
f.mtx Day will welrome tho ni'mbere. SDorta
1U kinds ar llnieit on tho program, otartlnr
lth i flaj raisins at 1.30 p. m.
Jlr. N. rtcmlB. thn chairman, states that
BTCr&ratlanfl urn fnr n Fran, rtnv
e.i. ,PB'n J. tho c"mPny nlo will vie with
r weir uucuiina nremren in several cv-nto. Tho
""i raniesi, wmen in on innovation, will
toramanj conaMerahlo attention, as both th
an and women will, flcht it out with tho
tow ana nrrow fnr honors. A well-known of
Bclil of the company Is endeaiorlng- to placo
12 ,..? "oat .many good archers from the as
fc!itlon ffl. ,hls '" n" probability wilt ha
laatrumfnlal In eptttn . n.Y.it ni.i . nn
Kilters. " """ "' """
Bdlitnr. BOlflnc. i rnnn-l nSn. rniu nlna
1'. fet-op evo-nt. human wheelbarrow race
.i'L'. '."""" win De Fom- or ins sports.
1 , thronlnB contest for the girls la
cmjm to be attra.Hlve, Inasmuch as many
mat. lamps fiottlns practice for the
mltil? .wi als? . .rnany of th
i;,.... , ""'.?. '"""is pnri, Hna wim only o
3el cor a cl03 mntch lB ex"
Wrestlinu at the Gnycty
Tli. rB...... m . .....
...' ""P're win endeavor to revive
I" rt of wrestling by giving a serle of
Will CVslFV VahiIsi, ll., .Al a .1
iiSKUJj,'rv.tb0 ,of tnlsiund other cltlos.
iu bu 10 ina mat win d jonil
&S,.KrT..f, 5PH!?r favorite and champion of
'Kiw t"pni . ana ukb ureenburg a
,'SJi"'' champion of tho East Side, who
1 ttJiXJr-'i yermann's nymnaolum.
VbTwiTPI wr,sh Ui Pounds each and the
CMa LiV rS-ff "F1 by ,.h? old-tlmo champion,
Sd rfh The boys will wreatle six mlnutci
iS thLHlA".8- .and -then another six minutes.
ifeelaKfnt no ,a" ne'er Luca 'vo
iN. Y. Amendment "Would Stop Doxlng
Sb reamen,?mm ,'nte'nded to ator. Krx-
ElUlt tti. T.J. . ".,c"ct ,a'- wuiim .io.
hSori i..H,i,lntH.re .frnm enacting any legls
Han .,,Jf!lng. ,,n!r bou,', Th proposl
iran wa referred to a committee.
BILL DAHLEN REAL
WIZARD ON BASES
Jii" ?'l nv "eors t 6oH plavtna."
nw Johnny Rvera recently, "the
thLI!,ound u hardest to touch tiHth
i oau as Tib cawo down t0 secon,i
v?n ?m flrat waa -B'" Oahlen.
,iJ"lin always cama straight
wt the lose line, directly at the
a.k lut '." the last e teet of the
StSSfci do.ra "" no tcWna what
v?ilA?? a oreat WW of anticipating
"-Aers the thm, .- .1.- -.-i.-
iciu r,'."J"".' '"?. :"".' "
tannic t Piayea nts suae
inis ', tra'oM along, he suiL
fMv would 'Jan down on his hips, to
. Tw or the other' "Preod his legs,
Ja b.iiT "I0 greatest cleverness
rm..V. V U( ' reac' "d tof-ni
ffi Aoofc the &a,e '' e,t,ler
WJ7e awrf'!',.r e "",0? ' "?
surf ,"" " ior at secona,
SiJ?n them are Covert. Jlerzog.
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OPEN SEASON TODAY
New Course Will Receive Its
First Test Election of Offi
cers Next Tuesday.
Torresdalo Golf Club members havo
been notified by letter to bo on hand this
afternoon, when tho formal oponlne of
tho season will t.iko ploco. A tourna
ment la not nchcduled, but tho members
aro to enjoy their first trip over tho new
coitrso. Tho course Is In flno shape, nnd
tho membors will seek to establish rec
ords for themselves. Somo interesting
Impromptu matches will bo played.
Tho hendquarters at Torresdalo, Pa.,
havo been put In tiptop condition, and Im
provements to tho urounds should dcllKht
all tho visitors.
Tho seeretnry has announced a mnetlnrr
to bo held nt O'llourko's Mansion next
Tuesday evening1, at S o'clock, when an
election of officers will take place. Mem
bers are urged to bo on hand.
RUNS SCORED BY
MAJORS THIS WEEK
Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed.Thurs.
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Sun. Mon. Tues. 'Wed.Thurs.
St. Louis .
Sun. Mon. Tues. 'VVed.Thure,
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Brooklyn . .
Chicago . . .
Philadelphia at Brooklyn, partly cloudy.
Nuw York nt Boston, cloudy.
St. Louis at Vlttiburgh, clear.
Cincinnati at Chicago, clear,
nnston at New York, partly cloudy.
Wiishliwton nt Philadelphia, ciouuj.
Chliago nt Clevclanu, "lear.
Uetrolt at St. Louis, clear.
Kansaa City at Brooklyn, partly cloudy.
Chicago at Newark, clear.
Pittsburgh at Baltimore, cloudy.
St. LouU at Burtalo, clear (two games).
Montreal at Jersey City, partly cloudy.
Hnuhe-ler at Nixj-rk, clear.
Toronio at Providence, cloudy.
Buffalo at Kichmond. cloudy.
BOWLING ON AGAIN TONIGHT
Play to Bo Resumed in National As
Bowling1 will to resumed In tha National
Association championships on tho Termi
nal Alleys this evening-, which will be
known us German-American League
The five-men teams scheduled to roll are
Neartlde, Moores, Antl-Cobden. Mutual,
Congenial, -.unkers, Columbia and Jen
klntown. The leading five-men toaras In
the three divisions to date follow: Section
A White Elephants, 2321; Tigers. 2743;
Continental, 2710; Camden Casino, 2727,
and Adelphla, -677. Class B Franklin,
650; Mather No. 1. -636; Color Press, 2600;
Southwestern, 5-tG2; Majestic, 2151. ' Class
C Credit, 2313; Mucko No. 1. 2251; Ac
counts 2210; Mucko No. 2, 2227, and Jew
CORNELL VS. HARVARD TODAY
Ithacans Confident of Victory in
ITHACA, N. V., Jlay 8. The Cornell
track team, 40 strong, left Ithaca last
nlaht for Cambridge to meet Harvard to.
day In what Is expected to be one of the
closest dual track meets of the year.
Cornell expects to win after a hard
struggle. The Ithacans fear the Har
vard sprinters and quarler-mllers, but
their strength In the distance runs and
field events Is expected to counterbalance
the Crimson's strength.
EVENING LEDGER MOVIES NICK ALTROCK MAY BE A JOKE,
THE SEVENTH HOLE AT ARONIMINK
amd MewTLLV Com4iCER
tbUfWCLF A TBBTTY FAIR
OoLF PLAYeft. AFTHR. ALL"
Tho Aaronson V. C, ono of the fastest
teams In South Philadelphia, will meet
tho Leo Vincent A. C. tomorrow morning
on tho formcr'H grounds at Front and
Dickinson streots. Tho Anronson aggre
Kntlon will prosent the following llno-up:
Jack Weinman, Joseph Ilrown. Sttxy
Ostrow, John Delnney, Lew Tendler,
Morris Tendler, .Benjamin Levy. Leon
Levy and Beobe. When tho teams mot
last Sunday Aaronson wan tho victor by
tho scoro of 9 to 1. First-class teams of
fering a roasonablo guarantee addresi
Manager Samuel Anronson, 1311 South
Tho Kensington V. C. would llko to
hear from flrst-rlafn homo teams willing
to pay n fnlr guarantco for Decoration
Day afternoon. Any team desiring this
attraction should communicate with J. H,
Gilbert, 2520 Webb street, or phono Ken
sington 3747, between 7 and 7:M p. m.
Tho Fall Leaf Club of West Philadel
phia would llko to hear from all IS and
19-year-old teams having grounds and
offering a fair guarantee. Address H.
iConway, 6749 Filbert street.
Tho Alpha Club of West Philadelphia is
desirous of booking tho balance of Its
schedule with 19-20-year-old teams away
or at home. Write J. Howard Povey,
6045 Funston street.
Tho Cramp A. A. traveled to North
Philadelphia A. A. grounds of tho Phila
delphia Suburban League ut 5th anil
Bristol streets, and opened up with a
victory over tho Suburban Loaguo team;
scoro 3 to 1. Sterling pltchod alr-tlght
ball, fanning 12 North Phlll.v men and
allowing but two hits. North Phillies run
was scored on an overthrow by MchanVy
from tlrst base. The gamo was very fast
and twice after Sterling hit two men and
walked .another he tightened up and
struck out tha side. Tho Cramp tenm
has May 15 open and on Jlay 22 will
travel to Delanco, May 29 Atlantic Refln
Ing will bo played. Juno 6 Is open. Bock
dalo will be met Juno 12. On Juno 11
Cramp will meet Melrose, Atlantic City,
N. J., and July 10 a return game with Mt.
Morlah. Any first-class teams such as
Stetson, Fairhlll. Dlsston, Vlctrlx, New
man, Logan A. A. and Palmyra-Itlvcrton
can havo this attraction by communicat
ing with Bad. M. Simons, Wm. Crump &
Sons, both phones, from 9 a. m. to 4 p.
m., or after 5:00 p. m. call Kensington
The C. II. Wheeler, formerly of tin
Industrial League, would llko to hear
from all first-class home teams In Penn
sylvania nnd New Jersey. It has Deco
ration Day (two games) open. Any team
wishing this first-class attraction can
have same for a reasonable guarantee.
Address Thomas J. Callaghan, 18th
Rtrppt nnd Lehigh avenue.
The Glra.rd Reserves, a first-class, fully
uniformed traveling team, Is desirous Ol
arranging games for siay it, sj, ji ia. m.
and p. m.), also dates In June, July and
August. Any first-class homo team wish
ing this team as an attraction and pay
ing a fair guarantee, write to II.
Oetlnger, 1000 North Randolph street.
At the opening game of Fairhlll on Its
home grounds, St. 'Anne's Professionals,
the pride of Port Richmond, easily de
feated tho Fairhlll A. A. by tho scoro
of 7 to 1. Councilman King, of the ISth
Ward, threw the first ball toward tho
home plate and opened the game of the
season. After the promenade of tho
players and both managers of the teams
across the field to the flag-pole. "Jim"
Feenoy, manager St. Anne's Professionals,
and Manager McDermott, of the Fair
hill A- A-. hoisted the pen.nant, whllo the
band played "Old Glory." Tha game was
viewed by many fans mostly composed of
the St. Ann's rooters. The feature of the
gamo was the batting of McClatterty
and Hagan. and the pitching of Has,
former twlrler of tho Fairhlll. He held
his opponents down to six scratch lilts,
and fanned the first seven men who faced
him. St. Ann'e would like to meet all
seml-professlonala in Pennsylvania, New
Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Tim
following teams of this city. Brldesburg,
Stenton. Potter A. A.. Vlctrlx C. C,
Clifton Heights. I. C. B. TJ. of Ardmore,
and other local teams paying a guarantee
also are wanted to be heard from. Ad
dress, James John Feeney, 2032 East
Lehigh avenue. Keystone phone Kast
Arlington A. A. held Clifton Heights
Professionals to a 6 to 2 score. Any semi,
professional club wishing to book Arling
ton for May 15 and offering a reasonable
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Yio FiMD YdOB BULL on .'
.Tritl CRIMK OF A CHA.-M Aup
Uun caddY call4 Yoorv
ATTCWTIOW TO A 5TReM
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MlOIROlO YbO .
guoranteo address N. If. Udelston, 3210
Wost Dauphin street, or phono Diamond)
Tho Snnsom H. O. has dates open for
any 17-10-year-old uniformed team having
grounds or traveling for half expenses. It
has booked a gamo with the West Phil
adelphia A. A. Address William Land,
6933 Arch street.
Tho Cliestnnr B. C, tho youngest pro
fessional tenm In Pennsylvania, Is open
for Sunday engagements with teams
In Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jer
sey having grounds and offering favor
nbln inducements. Communicate with
Charles Itaggerty, 5737 Chestnut street.
Thn Atlantic Refining Company's base
ball team's home season will last until
June 12, after which time tho oil men
will bo ready to meet the best home teama
that can bo booked. Tho following sched
ule has been arranged for tho month of
May: 15th, Mcadowbrook Club (of tho
John Wnnamaker store); 22d, Towanda
A. A.; 29th, Cramp A. A. On Decoration
Day afternoon thn "Polarlno Boys" will
play tho Newman Club, of West Phila
delphia, at their now grounds, 63th and
Market streets. So that ho may bo ablo
to dovoto his entire attention to the run
ning of tho club. Manager Bodenbaugh
has nsslgned "Bert" Yeabsley to hold
down tho Initial sack. Tha club has Dec
oration Day (morning) opon which It
would llko to close with some good homo,
club offering good Inducements. Any)
homo club desirous of booking this flrst
class attractions address I. Rodenbaugh,
3144 Passyunk avenue.
Coopcrvlllo Professionals, a first-class
traveling team, would llko to hear from
all teams of this callbro offering a rea
sonablo guarantee. It has May 15, June
tii and a few dates In July and August
open. Would llko to hear from Elmer
A. C, Jenklntown. Fairhlll. Stetson, Mel
rose, of Atlantic City. Address William
Snyder, 411 Walnut street.
The Rcyburn team havo reorganized
for tho season with an all-star nine. Man
ager Evers has signed such stars as Tur
bett, formerly of Delaware County
League; Evers, Trlstate: Wendllng and
other minor league players. Owing to tho
fact that Its grounds are undergoing re
pairs, Rcyburn will travel untll July,
Teams offering first-class guarantees can
book this attraction. Address II. Evers,
2001 North 23d streot, or phone Diamond
2711 D, after 6:30 p. m.
Tho manager of the East Spruce Pro
fessionals has Mav 15 and 23 and June 19
open on his schedule and Is desirous of
nrranglng games with such teams as Rlv
crton, Colllngswood, Cape May, J. G,
Brill Company, and teams or this calibre
offering n good guarantee. Communlcato
with Harry A. O'Brien, 219 Spruce street,
Tho Jasper Field Club of Philadelphia
would llko to hear from all semi-professional
home clubs for May 22 and 31 ftwo
games), also midweek and Sunday games
aro desired. Address J. Clark, 1859 East
Clementine street, or phone Kensington
6100, after 7 p. m.
Nepnul A. C. would like to book strictly
first-class home teams for June 26, July
1ft. 17 and 31. Would like to hear from
Pcnn Mar F. C. Address E. Llebert
3547 Jasper street.
St. Mary's Professionals have May 15
"3 and 29 open for semi-professional homo
clubs In Pennsylvania and New Jersey
paying n fair guarantee. Address J. W.
McBrlde, 2065 West Stella street, or phone
The West Spruce A. C, of West Phila
delphia, would like to hear from all 14-,
15- nnd 16-year-old teams, home or away,
paying one-half expenses for ten men:
also Sunday games out of the city. Ad
dress James Neville, 6165 Pine street.
AVliite A. A. desires games with teams
representing other Industrial establish
ments having grounds and offering fair
inducements. Address James Weeden,
2310 North Boneall street.
The Kenton has May 31 (a. m. and p.
m.). Juno 6 12. 28 nnd July and August
open. Would like to hear from all first
class teams having grounds, Address F.
J. Gutekunst. 1435 North 6th street.
Adelphla A. A., which last year won the
championship of the northwest, would
llko to hear from all first-class semlpro
fesslonal teams In Pennsylvania, Dela
ware and New Jersey offering a fair guar
antee. Would like to hear from Grenloch
(N. J.) team. Address W, Waller, 2453
West Oakdale street.
-oft0 TeLL H,M lb HASTEW T. THB
afreajTS SIPS flF THG AtSYS wo
IOTCmP To BRMiiG tfiuR, uoxr JMHT
iP'W BY This Tie. This.
CAOOY WILL BE
LMtaHlklC. &o MARTI SUi
WILL CHA3& HIM T6 THQ
CLLIDH6.5G THUS ENDING '
. THE GAMC
PENN CREW IN RACE
AT PRINCETON TODAY
Quaker Oarsmen Show Great
Form in Final Practice for
PRINCETON, N. J., May 8. A short
row yesterday finished the work of tho
thrco crews who will tako part In tho
triangular regatta at Princeton today.
Baclng starts were tho only part of tho
work to be at all emphasized, and nono
of tho eights remained out much more
than half an hour.
Tho work of the Pennsylvania crew was
tho feature of tho day. They showed a.
big Improvement over Thursday's form.
Coach Rice, of Columbia, had his men on
the lake In the forenoon, but tho practice
was confined to racing starts and easy
1)11 ) Id.
Tho race on tho plcturesquo Carncglo
Lake Is practically a championship con
test, though not In the samo class as the
New London and Poughkeepslo regattas.
Tho distance, two miles, is best suited to
tho Tigers. Since Princeton revived row
ing no crew has been allowed to row the
regulation course of four miles. Tho
shorter dlstanco and the Impressive vic
tory over the middles this season gives
tha Orange and Black an excellent chance
of loading Columbia and Pennsylvania
The Quakers, too, won from Annapolis,
but not In tho fast time tho Tigers made.
l"Tho record of races for tho Georgo W.
Chiles Cup will bo found appended:
1879 Pennsylvania. 1SS7 Cornell.
ISEO Columbia. l&SS No race.
18S1 Princeton. ' 15S9 Cornell.
ISSZ--No race. 1S30-1911 (Inclusive)
L5S3 Pennsylvania. No races.
ISS4 Pennsylvania, 1912 Columbia.
ISS5 Cornell. 1913 No race.
1SSS Pennsylvania. 1914 Columbia,
PENN NINE PLAYS
Quaker Baseball Outfit Clashes
With Strongest of Opponents.
Spielman to Pitch.
The University of Pennsylvania baseball
team, fresh from Its victurics over Prince
ton and Swarthmore, tackles George
town this afternoon. The Southerners ore
one of tho strongest college teams In the
country, and the Quakers are particularly
anxious to beat them. Georgetown has
already beaten Yale, Princeton and Cor
nell and comeB to Pennsylvania after
having made a tour of the Northern unl-
VThe Quakers will play today without tho
services of Sunny Mann as second base.
JIann wab spiked by his teammate, Short
stop Moore, In tho Princeton game. It
was first thought he would be out of the
gam for the remainder of the season,
but his arm has healed quickly, and, while
he cannot play today, ho probably will
get Into tho game with Princeton next
we8lt . . ... ,
Coach Thomas has come to tho conclu
sion that Spielman and H. It Wallace
are the only dependable pitchers he liar,
and he expects to use Spielman today.
The batting order:
PEN NSVLVANIA. GEORGETOWN.
Elchelherger, -b. Shugrue, 2b.
Armstrong, rf. Joyce, If.
Irwin, if. McCarthy, cf.
Koons. o, Connolly, es,
Moore, es. Torney, lb.
JIcNlchol, cf. Barron, rf.
Wallace, lb. Cusack, 3b.
Kane, 8b. Irvln, c.
Spielman, p. Brannon, p.
GOLF HONORS FOR SCHMIDT
McLaughlin Defeated in Panama
Fair Final, 3 and 2,
OAKLAND. Cal.. -lay i. Helnrlch
Schmidt, of the Claremont Country Club,
won first honors In the Panama.Paclflc
Exposition handicap amateur golf tour
nament on the Claremont links yester
day, by defeating M. A. McLaughlin, of
the Mldwlck Country Club, Pasadena, 3
up and ! to play.
REGGIE, BUT BOB SHAWKEY ISN'T
TODAY'S RACItiG CARD
AT PIMLICO TRACK
First re. telllnr. -yr-olds. 4M furlonis
Clven, 105: Little Olnk. 104: Lady Atkln, 109;
Olomer, 10S: Little. Alto. 103.' Ilerla, 100.
Second rsce. Orreneprwir valley stnenlech.M
handicap, 2 mllee Chester Krum, 13S: Htnds
All Around. 110; Bullybay, 16oi Slnitle 8tlck,
IDS: Kleetlmi Met. 134: Klntore. 130: Devoter.
l.Ul Broeeel, 15S. , , .
Tflrci ree,. tho Clalbsuh , Memorlil Cup.
-venr-olde. 44 furlonrs-tPMlnllff. lifts King
Neptune, 115: Ormes llesd. 118: I'lumcme, 113,
tSun Ood. Jl.1: Klnir Tucn. 115: Life. 112:
Golden List, 117. Cneaatt entry,
Kouith race, renin handlenn. 3'Vear-olda anl
un. 0 furloncr I'ntleno, 102: re-rock, 101:
I'rttrioh. HIT, Sop or the Valley. P6; Ortyi.
H. Ossary Meld, pn- Mies Briieh, 100. tlumlll
litlnn. 100. Dr. Charcot. 100. Alhona. 109:
Valas, t": Inee, 04: suUws Mol. P0.
Klllh r.ico. alllnn handKao, .l-year-oldt snd
up, 1 ftirlonRe-Jetnll. mi: I.AIslon. 102: Buh
lfwid. 112. Colonel Aahmende. 103: Nellie C
02, Pliew, 00, Ciolden I'lume, BSs Venata
siromc, li2j yorkvllle. 11: Carlton O., 103:
llenl Stoni. 'S. Sir William Johnaon. 100.
liormla. .Tr .0,
Sixth racr. relllnir handicap. .I.veai-olds and
mi iiiil--hiker. 1(U. Orperth I0. Oakhurat
DO. IVtvlua, 110: Al Pinch. 100 Datterr, on.
lmr Around. 10.1: Paltron. 102, neaumont
llel.e. WV Pen ulneei. loo. run Haven. PTi
York Lnrt, 104: Lochia!. 114.
Seventh rao, aelllnu. a-ven.r-otd and up. B
fnrlonas 'Colonel Cook, LIT- Henrietta. W,,
lio; Krwrle, It HI; Penreek, 102: Dreaker, 117;
lMrlor Uoy. 117; Deduction, 117: Alhena, 102:
Valentine, lt.'i. Itoan Marie. 1(10: Dsvlllry, 102;
Sir William Johnaon. 117: Moncrlef, 120.
Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather
cloud . track fast.
CHALMERS TO PITCH
IN BROOKLYN TODAY
Morftn Expected to Have Regu
lar Line-up in Last Game
BROOKLYN, May S.-Whllo the post
ponement of yesterday's gamo was a
relief to Manager Robinson, of Brooklyn,
whoso pltchors aro In poor shape, It was
by no means displeasing to Manager
Moran, ns Pat figures that tho day's rest
will bo a good thing for his staff, which
has been under too much of a strain since
tho season started.
Moran bolloves that tho nlump of his
team Is at nn nd and looks for a winning
stronk, now that his pitchers will bo
back In tholr old working order. Some
of tho men havo not had qulto enough
work to make them ns effective as they
should be, whllo others havo had a trifle
too much, but on tho wholo Moran has
shown fine Judgment In tho manipulation
of his hurling corps.
Georgo Chnlmors will bo allowed to
twirl this afternoon If ho warms up In
good Bhape. Otherwise, It Is likely Eppa
Hlxey will ho gtven a chance for re
venge for tho hard.Iuck defeat ho suf
fered at tho hands of tho Dodgers In this
There Is no tolling whom Robinson will
use, but chances favor Jack Coombs or
WOMEN PLAY TENNIS
AT ST. MARTIN'S TODAY
Cricket Club Team Meets Coun
try Club Players Results of
Tho postponed' match between tho
women's tennis team of tho Philadelphia
Cricket Club nnd that of the Philadelphia
Country Club which will take place to
day, weather permitting, at St. Martin's,
promises to bo one of tho most closely
contested of the series of lntcrcluh con
tests as both teams possess somo re
markably strong players. The gamo which
was scheduled for Tuesday could not bo
played becauso of tho condition of the
Tho Country Club will bo represented
b7 Mrs. Gilbert A. Hnrvcy, Miss Phyllis
Walsh, Miss Sophie Norrls, Miss Sarah
Baker and Mrs. Isaac Schllcter, Jr. On
the Cricket Club team will bo Miss Eliza
Fox, Miss Alexandor. Mrs. Hoxle Har
rison Smith, Miss Hanna Wright and Miss
Tho Country Club was victorious over
Merlon by taking tho odd match In five
on the courts at Bala yesterday after
noon. The latter team does not seem
to have struck Its proper stride as yet,
and will no doubt Improve aa the sea
son advances. The scores:
Mr3. Gilbert Harvey. Country Club,
defeated Miss Agnes Kennedy, Merlon,
Mis Sarah Baker, Country Club, de
feated Mrs. Valentine N. Big, Merlon,
Mlas Phyllis "Walsh. Country Club, de
feated Miss Edwlna Hensel, Merlon,
1-6, 6-L 6-2.
Mies Jacqueline Green, Merlon, de
feated Mrs. Isaac H. Schllchter, Jr.,
Country Club, 6-1, 6-4.
Miss Alberta Hensel, Merlon, defeated
Mrs. Milton Work. Country Club, substi
tuting for Mlsi Sophie Norrls, 6-1, 6-0.
Tho matches between the Philadelphia
Cricket Club and the Cynwyd Country
Club, which were played off at Cynwyd,
resulted In a clean sweep for the team
from St. Martin's.
NEWMAN MEETS F0LCR0FT
IN DOUBLE-HEADER TODAY
Two Teams Meet on Owen Grounds nt
60th and Market Streets.
West Philadelphia baseball followers
are very Interested today In the double
header to be played between ths New
man Baseball Club and the Folcroft team.
The contest will be staged at 59th and
The managers of the two teams have
made arrangements to handle the big
crowd In Hood shape bo that every one
who wishes to see the games can do so
Last Saturday a big crowd turned out
to see the Newman team open Its sea
son on Us own grounds against the
Chestnut Hill Professionals. The game
attracted a great deal of attention, Just
as today's game Is doing.
1IANNES K0LEHMAINEN PICKED
TO WIN MARATHON TODAY
1300 Athletes Entered In New York
Events Finn's Chances.
NEW YORK, May 8. Tho annual modi
fied marathon takes place this afternoon
and an entry list said to number 1300 has
been nominated for the race. The course
will be from 18th street and the Con
course to the City Hall, a distance ut
about 13 miles.
Hannea Kolehmalnen, the Finn, U
holder of the record, which is 1 hour and
9 minutes. The start will be about 1:S0
o'clock. Kolehmalnen Is entered) for the
canter again and Is tipped a a. sure
GREAT DERBY TODAY
MARRED BY BAD TRACK
Many Scratches Expected in
Kentucky Classic Whitney's
Regret Rules the Favorite.
LOUISVILLE, icy., May S.-Ind!cn,tlon
this mornlnjr wcro that tho Kentucky
Derby would be run on a heavy track.
and that the large field of starters would
be riddled by scratches, owing- to track
Harry Payne Whitney's horse Hesret
waa the favorite for the event, at odds of
7 to S. Tho distance Is a mite and a
Up to this morning It appeared there)
would be 1 entries for the event.
Tho card for today Is:
Flret race. Millar, -.year-old's, and upward,
0 furlonga-Dllly Joe, B7! Carrie Orme, 9TJ
Mamlk, 8; FleeUbefle, 8! Briny- Deep ll6j
Penny nock, 10-; Dr. Carmen. 1001 bklles
Kiiob, 101, Roblnetta. 101; , O-Hnfan. 10S;
Counterpart, losi Bob Henatey, I08j Flylna
Jankee. 100. Hawthorne, 113: Hocnlr, lt"
Ean Vera, 114; Samuel U. Meyer, lis.
Secona race. 2-year-old maiden miles, 4 fur
lc,n.lt8T:h".cn,n' ua) ur. Jl? 112I Carmen,
112; Mlaa qtorgla, 1I Llttlo tfltr, 112 Inl
novMlon, US: Xadr of Lynu, 112; Marr-rt
tf.. 112; nirtck Beauty, 112.
Third raco. Jpurae, 3-year-olda and upward.
Pii -jurlon n If.. ra and Btara. 03: Kerfhtae.
1(0; CJialmom, 100! Phoaphor, 10.1; Hodge, i6j:
Hleh Noon, 103s "on Mask, 112; Leo Chare.
Fourth race. 3-year-olds and upward. 1 mile
Manasteh, 6S; Leo Bkolny, 100; Prince Her
mia. 103, Wilhlte, 103; Orover llucnee, 107;
David Cralc, 10: Itobert Bradley, 108; Short
Oral., 108: hoamer. 112.
Firth race, Kentucky Derby, 1U mllei
Bebbl-a. 117. C. Eorel; Itearet, 112. J. Hot
ter; lloyal It., 117, A. Neplon: Double Eagle.
117. C Uurlln.ame; Kd Crump, UT, n, (loose:
lioldcreat Boy, 114, J. Kederla: Sharpshooter,
114. J. liutnell: touch. 110, B. Pool; Phot
phor, 117, J. Loftua: Little fltrln. 117. E.
Slartln: For Fair. 117, J. McTafgort: Tjncla
Uryn, 117, J, McCabe; TSmerson Cochran, 117,
v Taylor; Norm King, 117, J. CBrlent Lee
nay, 117, T. MeTTaart: Tatan. 117, A. Mottt
Kllkennoy Boy, 117, Gone; Commoruula, 117,
Meehan; Booker Bill, 117, J, Smyths.
atxth raco, puna. 2-yea.r-olda. 4H furlonsa
nocheater, 103; Alary H., 105: Sartoo, 108;
Heir Apparent, 103! Salvanlty. 105; Gypsy
O-orp-, 100! Dlaturber, 112: Coamlo, 103.
. A heavy downpour of rain early today wlil
leave, the track for tho Darby heavy, though a
clear aky la predloted for tomorrow.
BIG EVENTS TODAY
Most of Clubs in Philadelphia
District Have Attractive Pro-,
A number of attractive shooting pro
grams have been announced for today by
tho various trapshooting organizations
or this section and the gun fans will
have plenty of opportunity to display
their skill, (
Tho Philadelphia Electric Company Gun
Club, which shoots at Observatory Hill,
on the West Chester pike, has arranged a
very attractive program for their shoot
this arternoon, to which all enthusiasts
nre assured a cordial greeting. A 60
target prize shoot, In three events, with
a prize for the longest straight run,
members club hnndicap. will be included
in this shoot with first and second prlees,
but winners of these prizes are ineligible
for- open shoot prizes. The winner of the
third event, at 10 targets, will also re
ceive a prize.
Another trapshooting event occupying
the attention of nimrods In this section
Is that of the Blue Rock Gun Club', at
i.lst.e 7h,s !s a Watered tournament.
with 200 In prizes.
Whitemarsh Oun Club, at Chestnut Hill,
will be host to the Beldeman Gun Club
In a return match at 100 "birds."
The monthly shoot of the Independent
Gun Club will be held at Holmesbur
Junction, with two trophies donated by
Mr. Leaver for high total scores, divided
high guns, and spoon prizes for the four
classes. Today's shoot will be the third
in the series for the treasury trophies.
The following clubs have arranged
shooting events also: Cedar Park. Mount
, rah-,Madow Springs, Curtis Country
Club. Highland Park Country Club and
the Du Pont Trapshooting Club, wher
they are getting in shape for- the inter
state match with Maryland on May 16.
M00REST0WN Ad STENTON
WIN IN GOLF MATCHES
Aronimink Women Fall Before Fast
Play of Stenton,
By defeating Wilmington over the
Moorestown course yesterday the Moores
town girls retained their lead In the Wl
llngford team cup contest, Sprlnghaven.
their closest opponent, having won by a
similar score, 4 matches to 1, from White
In the third matoh Stenton defeated
Aronimink. at Aronimink, by 3 matche
to 2. Summary:
At ?.Iooretown: T
M as E. Roberta.... O Mra. S. Hiuik. 1
Mlia E. Wddle 1 Mrt PearSnrton ' 2
Mlea SI. Crestvell... 1 Mri. E SJ-blet "" o
Mlia E, Earnehaw. 1 ii, oliaklfl 8
UI.a M. B, Banner.. 1 sills ThornpionV, 0
Total 4 Total T
lira. a. J. Pequlnot. 1 Slra. TafuSrUlfl 0
Mr.. W. W. Turner. O SllJi Miud llaS: 1
Mr.. W. S. Mclntlr. 1 Mrs. C. QuImbyTTT: 0
Jr.. Edward Worth. 1 Mr.. John Blon-i-V. 0
Mr.. B, i. Wilson.. 1 sir.. E. Short O
Total . ;.; Total ... ..,"1
STENTON, , ARONrMINK.
Miss N. Thackara... 1 mIm Pali .f!;"... n.
flr- 10,rI,n; i ?!" E- Murphy,. 0-
Mri. V. S. 1-Jlrd 0 Mra. F. E. Miller .. It
Mr.. C. K. We.t.,,. O Mri H. A. Sackatt. 1
Ml.. E. Thwk.ra,:: jl Mlii C?.' MoVay..!',. 0
Total 3 Total
Th at-hdlac. follow:
Moorutown ......... 23
eprtnrhaven ......... ii
Wilmington ,,,, SO
North HI1U -0
Aronimink ..,,....,,. SO
, .... ....
W, I PU.
20 5 SO
13 10 15
10 10 10
0 11 9
8 12 ,
Athletics vs. Washington
GAME AT 8 P. M,
OLYMPIA A. A.g&&SSr,
MONDAY NIGHT 8:30 SlfAJtP-
LOUISIANA v., "DUTCH" BRANDT
Adm.. He Pal. Ilea.. 60c. Areas, Realise. It
Georgetown vs. Pennsylvania
SATURDAY, MAY 8TH, 1915. 1 p. JJ.
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