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mmsr" LEADS GOLF FIELD "Wins Medal in Women's National Championship on Mayheld Links.' COMPILES CARD OF 82 Jliss Alexa Stirling, Title- I holder, in Second Place , With Card of 85. i 'I I Special Despatch to The IIhuld. |1 Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 4.?a record of rears began Its long Journey at Muyfleld j to-day when Miss Marlon Holllns, the mighty driver from the Westbrook Mub, I Long Island, made the qualifying" round of the women's national golf champion- j Ship In 82, a round of brilliant, yet at i all times consistent, golf. On the ttrst three holes Mlas Holltns played par golf, the difficulty second falling to other her a whit. She was n the green in 2 and down In 8 and followed with perfect play In the third. On the 170-yard fourth her tee shot out to the left, and a four was needed before the hall tinkled on the bottom of : .Jho cup. She followed perfect play on I the fifth only to fall from the paths of | excellence on the sixth. This hole, 515 , yards, demanded a seven, one of the two sevens in her card, because she pulled her drive and failed on a putt. Bhe again fared well until the ninth ; when a six went on her card, making her 41 for the outgoing nine. Homeward bound. Miss Holltns played In the same even way, having four pars :' in the nine. It was the 525 yard j eleventh that bothered her on this half, ' her second seven coming on that hole. I Other und more difficult holes failed to give her trouble. She made the long oottlenecked "fourteenth, which Harry Vardon called "the prettiest hole/ in America," In five, one over par, and a ' Wonderful performance for a woman ; player. Striving hard to win the low medal .honors for the round. Miss Alexa Stirling. the present champion, fell three ; trokes behind Miss Holltns, but sue- , "eeded in tying the former record. Miss Stirling played bad golf on two boles, and on these she played consistently out of form. The champion finished the first nine , In a tiq with Miss Hollins, and was one , stroke better on the twelfth, but there k.n trn?hL. n,,. Thirteenth holes, measuring 190 and 200 yards, the Atlanta girl drove the green with her wooden clubs, the ball In each Instance falling dead about thirty feet from the pin. With a chance for a blrdlo on eacn , hole, she ran her putts short and then followed by sending her second putt past the cup before sinking the ball for fours. But even in the fact of this ill ] luck she would have tied the Easterner | had she been able to rally on the succeeding holes. 1 The trying fourteenth took Its toll of her score and sent the count for the hole up to seven. She^/nude a beautiful drive from the high tee. but when It fell j nn the firm turf the ball kicked to the left and lodged In a deep trap. With this difficulty facing her Miss Stirling . pressed somewhat In trying for distance, and the ball striking the bunker bank flew Into a second trap some ( twenty yards further up the line. From here she played safe with her , mashle and the ball fell ninety" yards ] from the green. All of this had its effect on the champion and she flubbed , her fourth shot short of the green. A I.eat chip shot put the ball close to the pin, but, putting hurriedly, she missed , the cup and was down In three over par. The fifteenth was atso difficult for ] the Southerner and she wound up by i taking a six for the hole, but followed with three wcldl played holes In Ave, three, Ave for a forty-Tour. It was fortunate for Miss Stirling that In this round she was not paired against Miss Holllns In match play, for the figures show that the Westbrook player had a margin on four of the eighteen holes. The golf of the entire field of over one hundred starters was much better than that displayed at Shawnee last year, and where 101 qualified there It needed 98 at Mayfleld. Fou?- came home with cards of 98, and with one position to ffU In the list of the fortunate thirty-two the quar- * tet will play off the tie to-morrow morn lng to decide which one snau enter tne |, championship round. Mrs. R. 8. Barlow, from the Merlon ' Cricket Club, waa third among the low carers with an 88, while Mrs. W. A. Gavin and Mrs. Dorothy Campbell Hurd, whose names have been associated with championships for years, followed closely with 90, Miss Bessie Fvnn, the youngster from Poland 1 Spring, Me., cheered by the fact that he was playing under father's professional eye, came In with an 88. Canadian Players Fall. Again the representatives of the British flog failed, eVen more conclusively than their friends did In the men's na tional at the Engineers. Miss Edith Bnuld of Halifax and Mrs. C. F Armstrong of the Royal Ottawa Club netteJ respectlve'y 104 and 105. The thirty-two who qualified for play , In the .championship, arranged In the order of to-morow's pairings, are as 1 follows: / Mrs. J. N. Tumbull, Philadelphia (97), ve Miss Hesse Fenn, Portland, Me. (88). Mrs. B. T. Garwood, Chicago (P7>, vs. ' Mrs. Ernent Pyfleld, Shim-cosset (8|'l. Miss Dorothy Klotz, Chicago (97), vs. His A. K. lilllst.ln, Philadelphia (DO). I Miss Dorien Kni.mafth, I.os Angeles (98), vs. Mrs. O. H Vanderbec'a. Phlladel7 phla (87). Mrs. Thurston Wright, Pittsburg (92), vs. 1 Ml ? Edith Cummlngs, Chicago (93). Mrs. W. A. Gavin, New York (90), vs. Mrs. H, Arnold Jackson, New York <!!]). Miss Glenna Collott, Providence '94), VS. Ml"" Elaine Rosenthal. Chicago (92). ( Ml - e Alexa Stirling, Atlanta (8S), vs. Miss Marlam Burns, Mllbum 19."). Mrs. J. v. Hurd, Pittsburg (90). vs. Miss | Pa ? Townes, Pittsburg (93). MISS Mildred Caverly, Philadelphia (93). vs. Miss Frances Hadfleld. Milwaukee (98). Mrs. Eugene K Hay*, Cleveland (97), vs. 1 Mrs. F. C. !?etts, Jr., Chicago (93). Mrs. Harold Foreman, Chicago (90), vs. Miss Marlon Holllns, New York (82). Mrs. Qucntln Feltner, New Ygrk (91), v*. bvr. Mr*. J. M. Hodges. Memphis (07), vs. Mrs. j H H. Harlow, Philadelphia (SH>. I Mrs 1 : i . Him', M. rnphlM IV'l, Mrs. 1 H IS. Uw, California (.14). Mrs. Caleb Fnx, Philadelphia ?fW>, vs. Mrs. I E. M. Kunstadler, Idlcwlld (07). | j The following were tied for thirty- I eecond place nt 08 and play off to-mor(row: Mrs. L. K. Starrctt, Mllburn ; .Mtb. Itobert Ross, California; Mrn. Henry Wick, Cleveland, and Mrs. Melvln Jones, Chicago. Mo OOf.F MATC H TO HAT. , So that tney will be able to give of their ; best In their match with Vart'on ami Itay over thlrty-sl* hole* of the Onulm city ( course l" 'lay Jim lbirne- of fl;. l.owls nrot ? , , .W'tt Hutchison, Olrn View, Western nnrt I 1' O. A. champion, yesterday had n quiet I day's practice on that well ktumn circuit. 1 Inadvertently It has been given out that this 1 pintch was scheduled for to-morrow. Hy | then, however, Vardon and Itay will be at j f.'s/e* County, where. It I* raid, they will tW opposed by Jerome D. Tracers and H. , If ildson Ilcrron, tho two former national J iJ .ateur tllleholdets. That a large crow# 7 enthuslaets will be attracted to th* 1,arden City course to-day foes without say- ( tog. Inasmuch as It has been whispered that the sides arc playing on a winner take all , c basis for 91.500. , Score of 82 Medg.1 Round Rock End. John N. Stearns, Jr., Nassj Greenwich, Lead Fin< for Qualifyinf br kioiir ] With a sprinkling of international ] talent that gives it rank as one of the most important tournaments held this season in the metropolitan district the annual invitation golf meeting of the Piping Rock Club got off tp an auspicious start yesterday. Among the celebrities who stepped out to the first tee during the day were C. P. Greer, of Royal Montreal, holder of the Canadian amateur championship, and Thomas l\ Armour of Lothianburn, Scotland, winner this year of the French title. But despite the appearance of these and other luminaries of the links it remained with two well known in metropolitan tournament play?John N. Stearns. Jr.. of Nassau and Hamilton K, Kerr of Greenwich?to produce the brightest and most consistent brand of golf of all. those two tying for the medal, each with a card of 76. Armour, who was one of the last eight in the American natienal championship, made the race interesting pnough for the home pair, finishing at 78. but Greer owes his place in the first sixteen to tho fact that he showed the better staying qualities when opposed to C. V. Benton of Hudson River in the play-off for the last place. For this side contest A. E. Ranney of Greenwich also had "qualified." However, the Connecticut man was not around when it came time to settle tho matter, and Greer had It out with Benton. The first two holes the pair halved In 4s. Then at the Redan third the Hudson River man got bunkered, and as Greer was safely on the green and down in his par 3, he thus was enabled to carry the Maple Leaf into the match play. Armour at 78 found himself alongside of W. H. Young, unattached, and Henry J. Topping of Greenwich. Outgoing the Scotsman made the best showing of all. turning in 36. A lost ball in the middle of the fourteenth fairway cofet him a 6 here, but even so be was left with a 4 at the home hole to put him in a tie for the medal. On this one Armour required a. 6. Stearns got a 5 on this last hole, while Kerr made it in 4. The former was both out and home in 38, while the Greenwich player scored 37 to the turn and 39 back. The twelfth was where Kerr slipped. He had a 6 here, tho only figure of the kigd on his card. The n\.\jt co uv mw icnuci a . Kerr?out 4 4 3 5 4 5 5 4 3?37 In i 3 4 0 4 4 3 4 3 4?39?76 Steams?out 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 4?38 In 44455443 5?38?76 Many Stara In Field. Some idea of the quality of the field Is had in the scores, which show that It took a card of 82 to make certain a place in the first sixteen, and that there were seven better than 80. Others who bettered 80 were Gardiner W. White of Nassau, and Fay Ingalls of Piping Rock. These two were together at 79. At 80 were Findlay S. Douglas of Nassau, and James C. Parrish, Jr., of Shinnecock Hills. Grant A. Peacock of Cherry Valley, whot with his club professional, Frank McXamara. on Sunday won the Long Island Club amateur professional championship, was alone at 81. Just one stroke behind were Percy R. Pync, 2d, of Kebo Valley, F. C. Newton, Brookine, captain of the Massachusetts Lesley cup team; C. K. Van Vleck, Jr., of Greenwich, and H. P. Bingham of the National Links. Benton made a gallant attempt to shoulder his way Into tho select circle, coming back in 37 after taking 46 to reach tho turn. The Hudson River Country Club man's card was tho best made on these last nine holes. Among those who failed to make the first sixteen was J. Simpson Dean, the Princeton -team captain, who earlier in. the season was one of the most consistent tournament performers In the East. Dean had an 85 this time. 42 out and 43 home. Beginning with three 5s, he got a a at me lourm, out on me first seven holes had got his card back to the average of 5s. Coming ho even Injected a pair of 7a for the fourteenth and fifteenth and then wound up with a ? By the luck of .the draw Armour and [NEW YORK HERAI JAMAICA BACKTRACK, Oct. QOO FJHST RACK?For maiden fillies. Tt >)OO furlongs. Start good. Won astly. ner. b. f., 2, by Durbar? La Flainbi-e Oormack. Tim". 1:01 .1-3. Index. Horse. Wt. Pr St H t* V 7 "Ismbette . lift (I .1 2' I't 1 P7!t> Turnabout ....112 f? ? 3> 2"4 i! s l' !> . ?> live .... 112 4 9 9 8)4 fi S3* Atala 112 5 5 0 4 3 7.VI Yeomnnetta .... 112 2 2 5 8 (' Wei Hold Dp 112 3 4 8 7 7 - H.a Mimic 112 H 9 7 9 ' ' 97.". Cornelia C 112 7 7 4 ? S 004 VOrd- of ("nee. 112 1 1 1 S 4 Flarribctte (vent to the front on the turn n fast at the end. Dewey Eve. alow to get It trctrli Ataln had no excuse. Scratched?Julienne. Pavla and Lady Algj |)0(1 SECOND RACE?For mares. Tine. y. On" mile and seventy yard". Start u m., a., by tldrtm-Pawtee. Owner, Fl 2 40. Off 2 41. Time. 1 47.3-5. Index. Horeo. Wt. PP. St. 14 % Si S l*!0? I>oreas Iltl 3 2 2? 2? I<4 1 <91") M. Anl'n'te 97 2 3 114 Hi 2? 2 9H7 Alma 0... is I 1 3 T) 3 3 Don as went to the front when ready at jult at the end of the alxth furlong. Blinker*?Dorea* and Alma B. Scratched?Jyntee. [1(1(1 TIIIltD IIA( li?For three-year-olds n cwV/ m<i, and a quarter. Winner, h. c., II COE. Trainer, W. H. Knrrlck 1 Place same. Post, Bill. Off. 3:12. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. 14 h * is 974- Nat. Bridge 118 1 3 2' 2? 2" 1 (OP>) Albert A... 121 2 1 1? 2 92(1 War Plume 108 3 2 3 3 3 3 Natural Bridge, under wraps to the head in ar.d won galloping. Albert A' had nothing Blinkers on nit. Scratched?Pierre a Feu. l.lola. Regreao. Qftl FOURTH RACE?The Lynbrook Belli f'?'l year-old*. Five and a half furlong Morris. Owner, QUWCY ST A RLE. Stnrt good. Won easily. Place mi [nde*. Home. Wt. PP. St. H % Pfl4? Vibrate 1?0 3 1 2? 14 1 1111 * Drv Moon in I 2 .1 .1 2 - Pea Cove 102 2 3 1* 2? S Vibrate held the race enfe all the way. T Blinkers?! 'ry Moon and Vibrate. Scratched?Idle l>e||, Brdgrfleld, Light Fan f)(l9 FIFTH RACE?For three year-olda u *'*" One mile and a sixteenth. Winner, Owner. L. T. BAUER. Trainer. C?. C Won easily. Pla'-e same. Post, 4 "08. nde*. Horse Wt. PF St. 4 % \ !?1 nrsai Dark tun.. in it i i? i? i? i ft-a? l/ovely .... 101 2 1 2' 2' 2' 2 tr.0 Trttley 1<F 4 ? 34 34 n'4 31 X'O Frngtnwn.. I'M 8 fl 5 (I 4 4 !?r,0 Challenger. I'M 3 2 8 8 8 7 0O8? PUrrs-a-F. 113 1 fl 0 0 0 8 977 Tiger Rose. ;0fl 1 3 4 fl H tl 070 Dloscorldo. 100 7 8 fl 4 3 it pr,?t Aumm .... 100 9 7 7 7 7 0 Park Ttlll went In the front right after th lovely was aslly beat of the otto t*. Tetley Blinker#? Plerre-a-Feu, I'ark lllll, Atirum i Heratelied?King Agrlppa. Arralntlre, Man SIXTH RACE-The Boston Handicap. 11.387.26 added. 8I\ furlongs. Star' 4:33. Off. 4 37 Winner, blk. g., 3, RIDDLE FAItJI Trainer, ... Feuatel ndex. Horse. Wt. PP. St. 4 % 4 H k'jfl1 Dr. of tho Val.. 121 .. 3 1> i? l? pflfti l.nnetta 113 7 M 7* 7" 4 018 Different Fvea.. lis r, 2 24 24 0?7 1/eadlng Star... 100 4 4 fl 5 8 070 Pontypridd .... 110 1 0 8 8 8 070 Bt. Allan I OS 0 fl it ? fl - War Cry 122 2 7 4 4 r. 023 Thelma E ins H 5 3 3 7 P34) The l.amh Ill II 1 Pulled up Dream of tha Valley ntade all tha runnln lUtrun early, rioted fa?* through last quarts Scratched?Bulvcslra, Assume. THE NE ??? % Miss Marion ' at Piping s in Deadlock au, and Hamilton K. Kerr, i Golf Field in Tying X Prize at 76. ?___ / SI. PETRIE. Greer have been kept In opposite halves of the bracket, the Scotchman playing Topping in the first round this morning and the Canadian meeting Parrish. Other matches of the top half are Bourne vs. Pyne, Newton vs. White and Douglas vs. Peacock. Oddly enough, the two who tied for the medal, Kerr and Stearns, have been drawn together. These two are in the second match of the lower part of the bracket. After them come Ingalls against Van Vleck and Bingham against Young. . The scores: FIRST SIXTEEN. Name and Club. Out. In. T'l. ! J. N. Stearns. Jr., Nassau 38 38 78 Hamilton K. Kerr. Greenwich... 37 3!) 76 W. II. Young, unattached 38 40 78 ] T. D. Armour, Lothlanburn, Scotland 36 42 78. Henry J. Topping, Greenwich... 30 30 78 Fay Ingalls, Piping Itnck 88 41 79 Gagdiner W. White, Nassau.... 41 38 79 Findlay S. Douglas, Nassau 41 30 80 James C. Parrish. Jr., Shiimecock Hills 41. 39 80 Grant A. Peacock. Cherry Valley 4t 40 81 Alfred S. Bourne, National.... 42 40. 82 Percy It. pyne 2d. Kebo Valley. 41 41 82 i F. C. Newton, Brooklinc .'19 43 82 ! C. E. Van Vleck. Jr., Greenwich 39 43 82 II. P. Bingham. National 43 39 82 C. B. Grier, Royal, Montreal.... 40 43 83 SECOND SIXTEEN. A. E. Ranncy, Greenwich 41 42 83 O. V. Benton. Hudson fllver 40 37 83 Don M. Parker. Garden City... 44 40 84 F. Raymond Holland. Woe Burn 42 42 84 ] E. Mortimer Barnes, Nassau.... 41 43 84 A. M. Brown, National 41 43 84 Crowell Haddon 3d, Nassau 41 44 88 Garrett A. Hobart, Areola 44 41 85 J. Simpson Dean. Atlanta 42 43 85 C. H. Mellon. Morris County 44 41 85 Oscar E. Stevens, Nassau 44 42 86 , Georg^ A. Dixon, Jr., National.. 45 41 86 Charles S. Brown. Jr., Mt. Klsco 44 42 80 Malcolm Stevenson. Meadow Br. 39 48 87 ] W. L. Hicks. Nassau 43 45 88 ] Richard Lounsbery. Sleepy Hoi.. 44 44 88 OTHER SCORES. I E. T. Fox, Nassau . 45 44 89 A. P. Osborn, Piping Rock 44 45 89 Philip Thlel, Richmond County. 46 43 89 Lewis C. ICurdock, Nassau 44 45 89 Artemus Holmes. Woodway 44 45 89 H. D. De Wing, Piping Rock 45 44 89 i H. M. Harriman. Piping Rock... 44 46 00 j F. J. Frost. Nassau 46 44 90 C. P. Boadleston. Piping Rock.. 41 49 90 D. P. Morse. Jr., Huntington.... 47 44 91 C. W. Abbott. Areola 43 48 91 , R. II. Brooke. Great Neck 44 47 91 T. I.n Bovttlller, Pining Rock... 50 42 92 Douglas Paige. Suffolk 48 44 92 i .lames B. Taylor. Piping Rock.. 44 48 92 ; 8. V. Oeland, Huntington 46 46 92 G. E. Roosevelt, Piping Rock... 48 44 92 ' E. Coe Kerr, Nassau 43 49 02 . J. B. C. Tappan. Nassau 46 46 92 Conde Nast. Pining Rock 45 48 93 ] C. L. Tiffany. Piping Rock 47 46 9.1 H. W. Maxwell. Nassau 48 45 93 i R. E. Dwlght, Piping Rock 17 47 94 Clarke Benford, Nassau 44 50 94 i C. V. Brokaw, Piping Rock 48 46 94 R. L. Hutchinson. Nassau 47 47 94 Seymour Johnston, Oakland 48 48 94 Philip Stevenson, Meadojjr Brook 50 45 95 J. R. Sanderson, Piping Rock... 49 40 95 I"). A. Lorlng, Piping Rock 51 44 95 J. C. Lord. National 53 44 97 Peter C. Brlce. Piping Rock.... 40 51 97 Bruce Clark. Piping Rock 49 48 97 G. N. Owen. North Hempstead... 53 45 98 Sir Ashley Sparks. Piping Rock.. 50 48 98 t. Do D. Moore, Piping Rock... 1/0 48 98 Arthur P. Coates, unattached... 49 49 98 J. R. Grimier, Dunwoodlo 49 51 100 H. A. Curtis. Piping Rock 45 55 100 D. C. Malcolm, Westchester 51 49 100 S. A. W Rnltazzl. Piping Rock.. 52 51 103 Van D. Burton, Piping Rock.... 50 53 103 E. I.. Wulzhurg, Slwanoy 50 53 103 T. R. Pell, Piping Rock. 54 60 104 Irving Brokaw, Piping Rock.... 56 52 108 H. T. Flcltman. Meadow Brook. 54 55 109 T. H. Wright, St. Louis 50 00 110 J A. Ripley, Piping Rock 55 62 117 No cards- Warren Murdock, Nassau: Devereux Mllburn, Mendow Brook: Henry A. Wlnthrop, Piping Rock; Irving Cox. Piping Rock: J. Gordon Douglas, Piping Rock; Morton L. Feeney. Garden City; George T. Brokaw, Qarden City, FALL ROWING AT YALE. New Haven, Conn.. Oct 4.?Fall rowing practice at Yale will begin to-morrow. and all candidates will be gathered In to-night to hear a talk on the season's plans. Head Coach Gtiy Nlckalls arrived from England yesterday, and with Mm came P. J. Corderry, who has been signed as freshman coach. Mr. Corderry, a former officer In the Royal Air Service, has had several years' experience poaching crews In England. Former freshman Coach George Van Santvonrd will assist in th4 tralnine of both I senior and freshman sounds. -D RACING CHART] J 4.?rienrt track fast. vo-year-olda. Purse #1,337.2(1 added. Five Place driving. Pool. 2:17. Off, 2:20. Wlni. Owner, P. A. CLARK. Trainer. J. kic<i Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Cloae.Place. 8h. ? 1" Rummer 5-1 r.-l 3-1 a-:. 3-5 I* 2*4 Bnaor .... 4-1 6-1 0-1 2-t 4-'. ' 3? Roblnaon 8-1 3-1 8-5 2-5 t-5 4 Obert .... 5-2 3-1 3-1 1-1 1-2 5 Pavlcs ...10-1 13-1 12-1 5-1 5-2 rt Huston . .20-1 20-1 20-1 8-1 3-1 7 Miller ....30 : 50-1 50-1 50-1 10-1 I a Monney . 20 1 30-1 30-1 10-1 5-1 0 Hopkins .30 i 50 1 50-1 20-1 10-1 < njl won breezing. Turnabuui was stopping i motion, closed wltli a rush through the ar-old* and upward. Selling. Purse 11,337.26. 'iid. Won easily. Place same. Winner, br. IANK nEGAN Trainer. F. Krnft. Poet, 1. Fin. Jcckcv. Open.ll|gh Clo*c.Place, Sh. ' I* Lnaor .... 3-3 7-10 11-20 ? ? 2s Wrlner .. 0-5 7-5 7-5 ? _ 3 Evrett ...40 1 50-1 ?0-l 8-1 ? d _won aa ho pleased. Mario Antoinette nd upward. Selling. Purse. II .387.26. One 4, by Bridge of Allan?Isctte. Owner, W. > Time, 2:07 4-5. Start good Won eaally. 1. Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. 8h. H 1' Falrbroth'r 1-1 1-1 4 5 ? ? Ensor 6-5 6-3 6-8 ? ? 3 Welner ... 0-1 13-1 13-1 6-2 ? nf the stretch, went to tho front when called left when let down. ng Stakea. Purse 82.000 added. For Iwo;s. Winner, ch. f., 2, by Andrew?Mary Trainer, J. Fltzslmmnns. Time. 1:08 2-.1. ne. Post. 3:40. Off, 3:41. ' Jockey. Open.High.Hose.place. 8h. i Mooney.. <!-.! M B-0 " ' 2'* Kn--ir rt * 3-3 12 ? ? 3 Bobln SO-t 100-1 00-1 6-1 ? <ry Moon had no early speed. t Ratio, Ballynew and Day Lilly, nd upward. Claiming. Purae, 81,387.28. br. g., 4, by Fowling Pleee? Plfli Dark. !. Winfrey. Time, 1 ;47 8.(1. Rtart gdod. Off. 4:0*1. I. fin. Jockey Opep.Illgh.ClosivPInf e. Rh. ' 14 Kummor.. *-.3 2-1 7-ft 3.1 1-4 ? 2> Moom-v .. r,-1 *1-1 f, 1 2-1 4-3 Mc( aim "1 3 1 7 1 3-2 7-8 4 Babln ....20 1 20 | *0-1 8-1 4-1 r. Obert 8-1 8-1 8-1 2-1 1-1 0 Bnsor .... 3-1 8-1 8-1 2-1 1-1 7 Ifnpkltin .1.3-1 20 1 13-1 o-l 8-1 8 Turner ..30-1 80-1 30 1 1.3.1 3-1 0 Roblnami. .3-1 3-1 3-1 3-1 8-5 e atari and never left the fesult In doubt, ran a good race. ? and Tetley. a Mouae, Caddie and Toadaloot. For three-year-olds and upward Turae. good Won easily Plaee driving. Post, ojr Watervi.le?Dream tllrl. Owner, OLKN I Time. 1:13 1-6. , Fin. Joekr>8 Open.High.Close.Tlare. Bh. 1 1? lunvr.... 3-1 7-1 8-1 .3-2 8-3 >4 814 Knrnmer. 3-1 7 2 13-6 1-1 1-2 ' 3* MrCabe ...20-1 23-1 2V1 s-i 4-1 4 Mooney ...20-1 20-1 1.3-1 8-1 3-1 6 Kmor 6-1 8-1 3-1 8 3 3 8 d Miller 8-1 8-1 8-2 8-8 4-8 7 Bugfon ...20 1 30-1 20 1 8-1 4-1 H Welner ...10-1 12-1 10-1 41 2-1 Obert 4-1 7 1 0-1 6-2 8-8 g and novcr left the reault In doubt. Lunetla, ir. Different Kyea ran a good raoa. W YORK HERALD, T1 ! Hollins WALNUT HALL CDP A FOUR HEAT RACE Bonnie Del, Driven by Thomas Hinds, Amateur, Wins Hard Fought Contest. Lexington, Ky., Oct 4.?Hard fought races featured the evening of to-day's Grand Circuit meeting. Henry Oliver's Rose Scott landed an easy victory In the two-year-old division of the Kentucky Futurity, but the Walnut Hall Cup went four heats before Bonnie Del, owned ani| driven by Thomas Hinds, an amateur driver, was declared the winner. Peter Manning, favorite, was scratched because of lameness. a The stable of Thomas W. Murpsy won two races, for, in addition to Rose Scott, Esther R., driven by Cox, landed the 2:07 pace. This event also went four heats. Just David.won the first division of the 2 :15 trot in straight heats. The one heat which could be raced in the second division of the 2 :15 trot before sundown was won by Mightell, driven by Vic Fleming. The Two-year-old Futurity?Purse $7,000: Rom Scott, blk. f., by Peter Scott (II. Fleming;) 1 1 Bogalusa (Valentine) ,. 2 2 Mies Rhlnel&nder (White) 3 3 Belvue (Pitman) 4 4 Favonlan (lidman) 0 (J Nelson Dillon also started. Time?2:07%. 2:07%. The 2:07 Pace?Purse $1,000: Esther R., b. m., by Baronwood King (Cox) 3 4 1 1 J. W. 8. (Kay) 9 12 2 Irish Voter (Noble) 1 3 7 3 Jay Brook (Edman) 2 2 6 dr frank I.lttle (Stokes) 4 5 4 ro Oro Direct, Miss Zola Zonibro. Phil Patch, J. Li. Jr., George S.. Decco Grattam and John R. also started. Time?2:04%, 2:03%, 2:03%, 2:09%. Walnut Hall Cup, 2:08 Trot?Three heats; purse $3,000: Bonnie Del, b. g., by Del Coronado (Hinds) 0 8 1 1 Bovola (H. Fleming) 1 5 8 2 Peter Coley (Valentine) 6 1 2 3 Millie Irwin (W. R. Fleming) 8 2 8 ro King Watts (McDonald) 2 4 3 ro My Choice, Tootsle Tolse, Peter Juno and Walnut Frisco also started. Time?2:0T>, 2:01%, 2:06%, 2:07%. 2:15 Trot?First Division; purse $1,000: Just David, b. g by The Northern Man I (Hedrick) 1 1 ! Peter Pater (Whitehead) 2 2 1, Hilda Fletcher (Cox) 4 3 I Patrick Todd (Hoffman) 3 4 Dlnara Watts (Dong) 3 5 Dorothy Day, Trumpator and Dr. Coffman also started. Time?2:07%. 2:07%. 2:15 Trot?Second Division (unfinished); | purse fi.uuu: Mlghtell, b. m., by Mlghay Don ward (V. Fleming) 1 Wagner (Hcdrick) 2 Alma Todd (Whitehead) 3 Vlrgena (Ray) 4 Mightelllon (Erwln) 5 Lady X. Blngen Hold, Miss Jane Hall and Charley Herr also started. Time?2.00 The Ami Will Ma 0 tl M w/ The And Turj It N< The Youi Il O Guarantee AJL^< 111 Fifth Aventi#. N?w Y?rh N Y If It Sho Out Our ing Ciga Tobaco With Yoi WIll Sen / t JESDAY, OCTOBER 5, es Qualifying Vibrate Runs Feature Forgets Pain in Race and Easily Beats R. T. Wilson's Dry Moon. By HENRY V. KING. James Fitzslmmons has often been do.lighted with the success Of one of his horses, but never was he as Jubilant as when his little filly Vibrate galloped heme the winner of the Lynbrook Selling Stakes, the feature of the card at the Aqueduct track yesterday afternoon. Kitz has fifty-seven horses In his barn ar.d Vibrate Is his pet. He calls her his l omebred, for she is by his once famous horse Andrew, out of Mary Morris. He 1 as Andrew at his stable, and although the horse probably will never race again he pays as much attention to him as he does to Knobble and,Playfellow, his two roted Juveniles. He has him In the stall adjoining Vibrate and seems to take a special Interest ip father and daughter Vibrate Is not a sound horse. She Is b? re all over and when she comes out of the stable In the morning she is scarcely able to walk. In her exercise gallops before a race she Is the same way, but when sent to race she forgets her pain and races like a champion. She is an exception illy fast filly and as courageous as a pebble. While warming up and nil II she goes to the post Kitz has liar four legs heavily encasetfcln heavy bandapes lined with wads and wads of cc tton. So choppy was her stride In her warming up exercise gallop yesterday that few believed she had a chance of beating R. T. Wilson's Dry Moon, and as a result Mr. Wilson's colt was heavily backed and went to the post at 1 to z. while Vibrsfte receded In the betting until 8 to 5 was obtainable against her. When It came to racing Vibrate ran like a 1 to 20 shot. Joe Mooney was In her saddle. He got her away from the barrier winging and sent her along at a terrific pace three lengths ahead of her opponents for a quarter of a mile. Then he eased her up to give her a/ breathing spell and reserve 'some of her speed to. the final run. As he eased her Sea Cove from James Hewitt's stable ranged alongside and the pair raced head and head to the homestretch, while Dry Moon pped along three lengths back. When straightened out tor/ home Mooney gave the filly her head and she dashed away from Sea Cove and when passing the final furlong pole was four lengths In front At this point DryMoon challenged. He displayed a good burst of speed and gained a length and a half, but Vibrate had plenty of speed in reserve and continued on her victorious Journey until sho won by two lengths. Sea Cove quit to a walk In the final furlong and Dry Moon beat him i for place honors by ten lengths. Vibrate ?V. iRICAN TO! he This C( tlk Into Ai United St Try The Lc (ISH ClGARE dt Appeal 1 Clerk Will I r Money On r Will Pay >d Vjr ^ Ce&v*~ <Scroxice*r^ INO ORfORATlB ^ ~ ? which mc? Cigarettes v ? 0 uld Happen That A Offer, Send The Opi pettes, To The Main o Company, III Fif ir Name And Addqes dYou Oup* Check f / _? n i - ?? ii i MI n'I i Canada to-morrow, He will go In a special car, accompanied by Louis Keustel, bis trainer, and all of the boys and men connected with the stable. Only a few boys are necessary for the comfort of the colt, but the trainer and Mr. Riddle are anxious that all of them see the contest. Mr. Riddle and a big party of friends will leave Philadelphia for Detroit on Sunday. They will go in the special car Patriot. Clarence Kummcr, the Jockey who will ride Man o' War, will be among Mr. Riddle's guests. Mrs. Feustel and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buhler will make a special trip to the Cunadian .rack to see the race at the expense of .Mr. Riddle. So that crooks and unscrupulous gamblers will have no opportunity to turn any trick on Man o' War a squad of Ptnkerfon detectives in charge of Capt. Duhane will accompany the horse and guard him and Jockey Kummer from the time of their arrival there until their return. i--_. ? covered the five and a half furlong Jou ney In the good time of 1:06 2-5. Samuel Riddle's Dream of the Vallt came back to the races after a lot absence and made a show out of a b field of good sprinters in the Bostc Handicap, the final event of the da With Clarence Turner in the saddle, 1 dashed to the front soon after tl oarrier went up. Increased his lead wil very bound and won galloping by fit lengths. Lunetta was second, half length ahead of Different Eyes. P. A. Clark's Flambette-led home big field of good Juveniles in the opei ing race. She followed Winds of Cham for a quarter of a mile, then went to tl front and won easily from Morton ] Schwartz's Turnabout. Dewey Eve w; third. Turnabout showed courage of the fir water in this race. She was stepped ( soon after the start and received a de< and u'gly gash in her off hind le ,i i .? 8ACCO C< )NTRACT\ Store ates To-D, >rd Salisbu tte. ShOL o Your Tas Hand You B> The Spot. ' You To Tr; 9ins that if you don't like L( ou cart get your money be Dealer Refuses T< :n Package With Thi Office Of The Ah th Ave? NEwYor >s Plainly Written or The Amount Yo M 1920. Honors in I Off With at Aquedi ?????? Man o* War to Be Horse Show Star MAN O' WAH la going after laurels In the show ring after his race against Sir Barton at Kenilworth on October 12. Mr. Riddle announced yesterday at the Aqueduct track that he is going to show his wonder horse at the Rose Tree horse show on October 20. He has entered him in a classJor thoroughbreds to bo shown to halter, but Mr. Riddle said yesterday that he probably would exhibit him under saddle also Thf? crrnt rnlt will Ipuva hnrA fnr Women's Golf Despite the pain from this she fought on | gamely all the way and took the sec- i ond end of the purse. Krank Regan's aged mare Dorcas L scored an easy victory In the second ; r race. She was much better than Marie ! Antoinette and Alma B., which opposed ' _ her and led them home by five lengths. Marie Antoinette was second and Alma N B. third. Natural' Bridge ran much better on the dry track than he did In the heavy going on Friday and turned the tables on Albert A. in the third race. He followed Albert A. to the entrance of the homestretch, where he charged on the leader, went to the front and won romping by three lengths. Dark Hill led home a big field of platers In the fifth. He set the pace all , the way and was only galloping at the end. Lovely was second and Tetley third. A. K. Macomber, the California sports- ' man, who has Just returned from France, | where he bought the stud farm and horses belonging to the late William K. Vanderbllt, was at the track. He told friends that he was not going to desert the American turf. He said he had a big string of yearlings here and that they would carry his colors In this country next season. RAIN STOPS Tl'NNKY. I Oene Tuuney and K. O. Sampson did not meet at the Armory A. A. In Jersey City lasd night because a downpour stopped the how while the second preliminary was on. Tunncy and Sampson v 111 swap blows to* night It the weather (permits. JAMAICA ENTRIES. First Race?Two-year-olds; maidens; soiling; five and a half furlongs: Index. Horse. Wt.[Index. Horse. Wt. 940 Bac'nalian ..100 851 J. O'ConneH.,107 940J Lady Stella..111! 962? Thornhedge ..112 BOO 'Frivolous ..102 946 'Ja. Belle .. !)? 1 988 Sh'ty'a Flrst.lOl] 729 Ocean Swell..112 975 Julienne ....1141 903 'The For'ner.107 963 Orcus 112! Second Race?Two year-olds; selling; five and a half furlongs: Index. Horse. \V?.| Index. Horse. Wt. 928 M. Gunner..110 (996) Miss Petite..107 964 CI. Frances.107 (962) Sunny Days.107 063 Fading StarlOO 071 Orner K 110 941? Ross n 110 910 Mambi 110 =7 862 Geo. Boveo.,115 ( Third Rice?The I.afayctte Purso; threer year-olds and upward; mile and a sixteenth: Index. Horse. Wt.l Index. Horse. Wt. >v 931 Fair Gain ..117 197 On High 102 ' 932'Sweet Music. W>| ? War Bond ...103 '? Fourth Race?The Gowanus Selling Stakes; Iff $2,000 added; three-year-olds and upward; >n mile and a sixteenth: v Index. Horse. Wt.l Index. Horse. Wt. " (973) Pickwick ...116! 943> Thun'storm .126 (j<?) goaier10fl|(079) ?V. Ch'man.,105 c tutst aiajor rarxe.uui tb Fifth Knee?The Auburnrtale Handicap; ,e three-year-olds and upward; mile and seventy yards: a In<b>x Horse. Wt. Index. Horse. Wt. (923) Enfilade ....120 973= Tom McT'e'rtm a 943* Th'rstorm ..in 965= Tailor Maid 98 ? (900) Recount ....107 (936) Georgia HO " 923= Salvestra .107 :e Sixth Race?Three-year-olds and upward; te maidens; six furlongs: L, Index. Horse. Wt. Index. Horse. Wt. ' 984= Sir Clarence.lis 634'I/Enjoleur ..lis ls 9S7 Mount. Dew 112 977* War Map ...115 957 Prim III 115 957 Furlough ....lis St 97S War Loan ..115 957 Ouryttba ,...112 m 984 Le GauloIs..l15 900 Titanium ....115 S() I 957= Victor 8 ....115 K. 'Five potmrts allowance claimed. DMPANY VlTH You In ay ry ild TE' L ! vck Y ; DRD SALISBURY ick from the dealer. 0 Carry 1 RemainIERICAN ?k City, And We u Spent. ? > ' ; 13 I Championship W&rvriecPu J w 12 ^<yittcurvctfrdtJ Imported Cape skin Cloves Special at $2.95 \ Newest fall shades \ 'yrV^ Best value in town /$OS^vyCre>a.&moi8ette ^ \^iG'?Ve8 ^ T^^Si Ik $1.35 Wool Sport So*. $1.00 a pair Heather mixtures. Flannelette Pajamas... $2.50 Negligee Shirts $1.85 Value $2.50. STFWART w M i * A AutomobileSchool Founded 1909 WM. H. STEWART, Jr., Pre.. 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