OCR Interpretation

The New York herald. [volume] (New York, N.Y.) 1920-1924, April 22, 1922, Image 14

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045774/1922-04-22/ed-1/seq-14/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 11

Beats Good Field in the Fea
ture Event at Havre
de Grace Track.
Toodles at $183.70 in $2 Mu
tuels Leads Home Big
Field of Platers.
DitpMtch to Th? Niw Vo?k Iliaur.D.
Baltimokf, Md., April 21.?James Y/\
Bean of Washington. D. C., is eligible
for high decoration'! by the form ?;<??
oents of Maryland. Mr. Bean's racing
establishment supplied Peccant, and Mid
night Sun. the only successful favori'es
'luring two days at Havre de Gra.i:.
Racing ttyere is being conducted under
? lifflcultles. Pealetratlng rain and win
terlike chill reduced the attendance to
new minimum proportions to-day. Only
dyod In the wool regulars saw My Play,
son of Fair Play?Mayhubah, duplicat]
his recent victory by taking the* Susque
hanna Handicap in a stirring drive from
Superlative. Spanish Maize and flvo
other smart three-year-olds.
The full brother .if Man o' War ar.l
Playfellow acted more like his illustrious
five-year-old relative by relieving t' <t
fnint hearted Bijr Heart of the leal
after three furlongs and then responding
to stout hand urging through tV?,
straightaway to hold the hard ridden
Superlative by a length at the en 1.
Spanish Maize closed gamely from -j
poor beginning and drew alongside Su
perlative In the final sixteenth before
he hung as though short. My Play's sis:
furlongs was run in 1:13 1-5 over a
track on which rain had been falling tot
two hours. Shortly arferward it suc
cumbed to th?? desultory downpour and
was slow for the sixth and seventh races.
Th? prospect for good sport for Saiur
oav diminished with it.
Toodles. a three-year-old daughter of
Celt?Puritan Girl, produced the great
est of the meeting's many surprises when
she galloped home the winner of the
third race by ten lengths over thirteen
other nondescripts of the maiden class,
and paid >183.70 for the )2 ticket. It
was a record price for the year.
Commander J. K. L*. Ross's colors
were carried to their first victory of the
Maryland season In the monetary fea
ture, the Vogue Purse, when Muttikens.
ridden by Turner, lasted to win in a
hard drive from Dresden, By Jlmlny and
four others. The winner was enabled
to hold the lead by weaving in front of
Prelude when she made several attempts
to pass during the run yirough the back
stretch. Prelude fell and sent Swart
sliding across the track during the post,
manoevers and was consequently in no
mood to overcome Interference during
the running. She fell back after reach
ing the straightaway in favor of Dresden
and By Jlmlny, which staged a hard
battle for place honors through the final
sixteenth, with the former getting the
verdict by a neck.
Princeton Yearling Oarsmen
Win High Praise From Coach
Special Dispatch to Th* Nrw York Hbaid.
Princeton, N. J., April 21.?"With
the exception of the Orange and Black
crews," said Coach Fltzpatrick of the
freshman rowing to-day. "there isn't a
crew in Princeton that can beat either
of the two yearling eights. The fresh
man class has to its credit two of the
best crews that has been put out by any
first year class in Princeton for many
To-day on l>ake Carnegie, with a
strong wind and cold weather, the two
yearling crews staged a half mile race
for the purpose pf definitely determining
which was the fastest boat. Fitzpat
rlck, accompanying them in the launch,
save the second freshman crew a lead of
one length on the first. Both eights
put up a hard fight, but the picked men
In the first crew showed an advantage
from the start and finished with a lead
of about two and a half lengths. Both
shells showed fine form against the bad
weather and, according to their mentor,
should reduce the time for the half mile
materially with the help of a good day
and a little more practice.
Oxford-Cambridge Wins.
Binohamton. NT. Y.. April 21.?Tlf
Oxford-Cambridge lacrosse team of Eng
land easily outclassed Colgate on John
sun Field to-day. The final score was
8 to *
Havre de Grace Entries.
Flr.<t Race?Claiming: three-year-olds and
npi' xrtl; six furlongs:
Index. Wt.(Index. Wt.
- ?Flib'glbbet .115)100 ?Saiana lOfl
115'Tiding* 1001 H7 ?Trantula ....10S
;ts *Tickllah ....111! 72" Lloyd George..106
100 Ri?ht Angle..106 , 65' Forest Queen..
ni( Cachet 101 ? I.ough Red ...104
07' 'Jock Scot ...IIB ? 'Zennotta .... 92
;;) 'Panarnan ...1151 ? Staunch 104
ION ?Bev. Belle... 921
Al*o eligible:
? *L. B. Hlieep. 92' 111 ?Turnabout ...100
? C. Summy .. .1201114*'Bttahe li t
<96) ?Betslnda ....116;
.Second Race?The Blue Grass Purse; two
\ tar-olds; four furlong*:
Index. Wt.llndex. Wt.
<95) Enchantment..1161113 Osage 106
.92) True Filer ...1121 99' Ellr. Brlce ...103
? f Brushwood .,10?t 923 Daniel 116
r.9' C. Pantages. .103 ? tForeat Lore..106
13'Rork 116| 92 Irish Pat 106
^99) Adventuress ..I13|
fWllson and Salmon entry.
Third Rare?The Comrade Purse; three
year-olds: six furlongs:
Index. Wt.llndex. Wt.
? Rocket 112! 873 Caretaker ....107
rL. Baltimore.111 95 tRoulette lOi
1 0H; I'exttrous ...106' i87) Lucky Hour ..11J
?>:. Ultimata 99 3 Brilliant Rav.,106
ltr.' Alex. II 112; 102 Md. Belle 00
Co:<den entry.
Fourth Race?The Climax Handicap; three*
*<;*r-old* and upeard: six furlongs:
Index. Wt. Index. Wt.
- tfar Voter..112 33 Mock Orange. 98
109' Missionary ..10?,<109> tlrlsh Dream. 108
74' JSuper 100i ? tJHIldur 101
*8 Broomster ..10*1 116 Mainmast ... 96
?8 Herapla 105!
1J. K. L. Ross entry.
iThree pounds claimed for rider.
Fifth Race ? The Philadelphia Handicap;
threo-year-olds and upward; (5.000 added;
mile and a sixteenth:
Index. Wt.;index. Wt.
? SB) Exterminator. 13:1' 1001 Missionary ...100
03" Polly Ann ...10S[ 47' Lunetta 101
ist) Slippery Kim. 104103 Bunga Buck ..110
iid Wellfinder ...loj; ihi? jeg 104
)0V Boniface ....'.U8| *N Bygone Days..104
Sixth Race?Claiming; three-year-olds and
Ut>" artf: mile and seventy yards:
Index. wt. Index. Wt
17 'King's Ch.. .114; HO5 our Birthday.. 113
101 "King John...1141 00 ?Tsn Ron 100
- 'Pari; Hill.. 110 94 War Note 114
?17 Clansman .,..102.111 Anniversary ,.111
SI' Lucky B Ill 25' Hweepy 1<K
Seventh Race?Claiming, four-year-olds and
lit vard; mile and a quarter:
Index. Wt.'Index Wt.
its Waulteag ....1071119" ?Trickster ..'..101
199) ?Roseate 1041105 *La*y Lou .. 911
? Bandmark ...100 91 *Atty. Millr...l05
JOS 'Bill Hunley. . 101 j 105 'Dan 100
:>S ?Thistle Q'n.. 08'105? ?Lucy Kale ..102
1053 ?Austral ,...105) 98 Dolly C 101
10". *l>ammy Jay..103 98 'Little Dear.. 95
it? 'Stanley 103!
Also eligible:
m line On. Tim 112 'Jack Reeves . W
Jack Dempsey Will Sign
Articles With New Valet
A ? ? ;
Heavyweight Champion Visits
Lord Northcliffc and Gets
Big Reception.
Special Cable to Tki Nbw Toik Hmkai.d
Copyright, l9tt, by Tub Nvw Voik Hssuid.
New York Herald Bureau. 1
London, April ?1. i
Jack Dempsey is going to meet an
other Frenchman, and this time, his
friends think, he Is going to be knocked
out. As yet Jack does not know what
articles are to be signed, but probably
he will meet the challenger In a Paris
hotel to-morrow. His friends are mak
ing all the plans for him, because an
attendant at the Savoy, in the midst of
packing operations, asked : "Mr. Demp
sey, where Is your valet?"
"Valet?" said Denipsty. "I never had
a light with one."
So now his friends are framing it up
to hire one in Paris and spring him on
Jack umannounced.
Dempsey is departing after winging
all his engagements here, but failing to
meet Georges Carpentler. A return
match is regarded as most remote. f'r>r
pentier and Descamps, his manager,
failed to show up at Major "VVilsoiv's
dinner In honor of Jack last night.
They telephoned that they were both
indisposed in the training camp at
Dempsey said to-night that lie would
bp anxious to shake hands with Ca?pen
tier when the latter returns to the Conti
nent. He plans to attend the Carpentler
Wwis battle ot> May 11.
After doing Paris he expects to go to
Berlin and Vienna. Jack Kearny sug
srested that his charges had not given up
hope of making some money here when
he said: "We're going to have fun first
and then come back and get down to
business; and If there's no business
we'll lose no time getting home."
Jack Dempsey, leaving his gang be
hind, was the guest of T-,ord Northcliffe
at his home In the fashionable Carlton
Terrace. He met a group of th*> Inti
mate friends of the publisher, including
several titled ones, and made a tremen
dously favorable impression, particu
larly by a spccch, of which one of the
guests said: "Tt knocked us out, and
gave us an entirely new and higher im
pression of the world's champion."
Dempsey has promised to spar In a
boxing carnival at Albert Hall irv behalf
of the Sir Arthur Pearson Fund for
Blind Soldiers. The date has not been
Klinger Loses With Cue.
Charles K. Mathews, of Class B rat
ing, defeated Jacob Klinger, Class A, in
their billiard match at the Recreation
Academy, Brooklyn, last night, by a
score of 175 to 174. This defeat elim
inates Klinger from the finals of the
tournament, which will be contested
Morvich Works Mile on
a Slow Track in 1:42 3-5
MORIVCH worked a mile in
1:42 3-5 at the Jamaica track
yesterday morning. It was
a first class performance. The track
was slow' and he was held under
restraint'all during the last quar
ter. McAtee was in the saddle and
had a snug hold on him all the way.
When the colt stepped past the
six furlong pole In 1:15 Fred Burlfew,
his trainer, waved McAtee to ease
up. By this time the colt was fight
ing for his head and the jockey had
difficulty in keeping him In check.
He ran the furlong in 0:13 3-5. pass
ing the seven-eighths pole In 1:28 3-5.
In the last furlong he was only
galloping to finish in 1:42 3-5.
The trial satisfied Mr. Block and
his trainer, but some of the dockers
who saw it said they were not im
pressed with it.
V /
New Yorkers Shoot WeD
in Pinehurst Tournament
North Carolina Title Goes to
L. P. Hazel, With 181.
Spec-mi Dispatch to Tri Niw Yoik Hbai d.
Pinehurst, N. C., April 21.?Events
framed for North Carolina guns occupt-rl
the spotlight in the North and South
target tournament at Pinehurst to-day.
when the State championship, the North
Caiollna handicap and the championship
doubles were shot.
L. P. Hazel of Durham wo'ind up on
top of thp field in the 200 target State)
championship with 181 breaks, cloee'y i
followed by J. I-liulsay Morehcad with
180 and Col. John Motley Morehead and '
II. A. Morson of Charlotte, eacn of whom i
broke 179.
The North Carolina Handicap was
won by IT. F. Walls of Wilson on tli?';
shoot-off of a tie with Hazel, the wlnn<?,
of the championship. Both those shoo:
ers shot from nineteen yards and brok"
92 in the main event. Walls breaking
out of 20 on the shoot-off. as against lfi
for Hazel.
Fred Washington, also of Wilson, won
the doubles championship with 36 breaks
out of the twenty-five pairs thrown.
Leadlnc scores in the 200 target cham
pionship were:
I,, p. Hazel. Durham !8I
J. Ij. Morcheuii, Charioti? ttfft
?J. M. Moroliea'i, Charlotte 171<
II. A. Morson, Charlotte 170
H E. White, (.iastonta 173
H'. V. Walls. Wilson 177
William 3. Morrlii, Oaatonla 178
.1 H. Dreher. Wilmington t"4
M. It. '?onR, Roxhero lti'j
p. L. Duke, Durham 15S
Kred Washington. Wilson 157
P. T. ISlllott. Durham 154
J. S. LoiiRfellov. Durham 154
T. F. Southgate, Wlnaton-Salem 14:2
HAVRE DK GRACE RACETRACK, April 21, Cloudy s track taut.
1i)n FIRST RACE?Claiming. For two year-old maidens. Purse f1.3Afl.01. Four fur
-*??" longs. Winner, b. f., by Argca?Imp Affinity. Owner, SAMUEL. ROSS.
Trainer, M. Smart. Time, 0:48 2-3. Start good. Won driving. Place name.
Poet. 2:36. Off. 2:40.
- - ? pln> jockey. St.
1> Keogh f 14.80
Wt. PP. St.
8 4
10 S
4 0
3 Mi Johnson
?I Parke
5 l.ang
f> Swart
7 C Kummer..
s J. William*.
II Ke l.'ay . .. .
0 Jarvls
1 R. Rice
2 Gregory ....
on fSoul Mate Ill
inn ?Sovlot 114
100 'Gold Mount 114
10B tZoona Ill
71* Illusionist 1 OtJ
108 Royal Oak 109
? Bijou Ill
71 Our Tlllle 111
78 Bob McCray 114 12 9 HO
09 Wlgee Ill 5 8 8 Hi
Veronica 106 2 1 2 11 11
8 Richard Murray 114 3 2 12 12
tRoss-Salubrla Stable entry.
?Wilson-Salmon entry.
Soul Mate off well and on the outside for entire route, drew away In last sixteenth.
Soviet went wide around turn, cloned very fast. Gold Mount no excuse. He slipped
through next to rail, but hung at end. Zoona had early speed. Our Tlllle threw boy
on way to post.
Xo scratches.
I ?) 1 SECOND RACE-The Helter Sl.elter Steeplechase Handicap. Kor four-yes^-olds
?I 1- and upward. Purse $1,500. Short course, about two miles. Winner, ch. s., 5. by
Tvaprock?Peccadillo. Owner. J. W. BEAN. Trainer, M. Smart. Start (,-ood.
Won easily. Place aaiiM.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. 'j
? Pecennt 147 3 3 2!
107 Le MHisouln.H1 7 1 1.>?
? Nonus 188 C 4 B
? Formlstress.,138 5 B 4
9." Brlganna ...132 2 5 3
93 Might Capt.1.17 4 7 7
Transpero ..MB 1
Post. 3:08. Off. 3:10. Time, 4:113-.-,.
1 1H 1% Fin. Jockey. St.
1? 1< 1? 1? Barrett $6.00
oh o" 2" 2'? Mergltr
510 4>? ;j? 8" Kleiner ?
3 4 4 Wilkinson -
4 5 5 5 Brady ?
B B t? ? I 'lamond ...... ?
Fell. Haynes
Peccant fenced well, followed the pace for a turn of the field, then took the lead,
and easily held Le Marsouln safe. The latter was allowed to drop too far out of It
In the early running. He closed ground. Nonus went up fast on last turn of the
field. Trans pero wa* leading and going easy when he fell. Formlstress ran a good
race. .
No scratches.
1 ?)?) THIRD RACE?Three-year-olds and upward. Maidens. Claiming. Purse $1,288.61.
?1?Mile and seventy yards. Winner, oh. f.. S. by Celt?Puritan Girl. Owner, J.
IT. BHREVE. Trainer, R. B. Jackson. Time, 1:17. Start good. Won easily.
Place same. Post, 3:44. Off, 3:45.
Wt. PP. St. <i H * K. Fin. Jockey. St. PI. Sh.
3 3 1? 1? 1? 1? 1'? Swart $183.70 $44.10 $23.ft0
13 13 8' 8H 8* 8ft 2h Prlbble ? 7.50 4.80
3" 3? 4'M B* 3>V4 I-ang ? ? 3.80
Index. Horse.
? Toodle
? Drifting .... 9.1
83 Archive 107
fiS W. Stranger.1WJ
? High Magic. 100
? Comm. Colin 100
? Restless .... 90
? Roundsman. 9S
? Wilt. Arrow. 112
48 Lusmore ...113
72 Wireless ..107
I KK Plurlbelle .. 1)0
88 Hickory
.1(10 11
I ? Heatlierton .112 14 14
3'V4 l-ang
?I Obert
r. Parke
R Penman ...
7 McLane ...
8 Chalmers ..
D Gregory ....
i) Kelaay
1 Wallace ...
2 McLaughlin
3 J. Rowan' .
But well
A very eheap fleW. Toodle's stole long lead and won easily. Drifting made up
ground fist. Archive no trxcuse. Welcome Stranger ran a fair race.
Scratched?Miss Jingo.
10?> FOURTH RACE?'The Susquehanna Purse. Three-year-olds and upward. Pur*?
$1,288.61. Six furlongs. Time, 1:13 1 5. Winner, b. c., 3, by Fair Play?
Mahubah. Owner. LEXINGTON STABLE. Trainer. R. Wsldron. Start good.
Won driving. Place same. Post, 4:17. Off. 4:20.
Index. Horee. Wt. PP. St. ?4 V, 'j Fin. Jockey. St.
(101) My Play 116 B 8 2'* 2' I*1 1' C. Robinson. .. .$11.80
101 Superlative 114 1 4 3* S' 3* 2? Butwell
4<* 3?
2 I
8 ?
- Spanish Malw>...100
102* IMgheart 112
101 Vineyard 10!)
? Double Cross.... 109
Joseph Brant. ...117
4 80
C. Kummer.
Maronelll ...
J. Rowan.
to the
Ftlllas and
My Play, running back to his previous good race, followed fast early
stretch and took the l.ad and held Superlative safe. Superlative was In close quarters
during early running, closed gamely on the Inside Spanish Maize ran a good race. He
was probably short. Blghi-art a rank quitter. He had plenty of speed but stopped to
a walk. Others outrun.
Scratched?Redstone. The Peruvian, Racquetta. Coolgardie, Ultimata.
19/L FIFTH RACE?The Vogue Purse. Three-year-olds and upward.
mares. 1'urne $2,088.61. Mile and sevanty yarda. Winner, ch. f.. 4, by Star
Shoot?Falcon. Owner, J. K. L. ROSS. Trainer, H. McDaniel. Time. 1:45.
Stsrt poor. Won driving. Place same. Post, 4:49. Off, 4:33.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. tt Kin. Jockey. St. PI.
Muttlkins ...107 4 3 1H 1> I'M l'^l'i C. Turner $25.80 f 12 40
r,? 4*1 4Vi I' 2V4 Marlnelll ? #.70
3= f? 8' a?
3 2
? 5
(80) Dresden ....107
80 By Jlmlny... 107
0.V Prelude ?4
Sailing Alg.. 02
? L'y Mewve..U0
(53) Yashmak ... 4)9
1 1
6 6
J. Rowan
C. Thompson.
$6. tut
3. ti)
3 'a
Muttlkins. In great form, assumed an cany lead but was doing her best at ond to
win. Dresden, on outside, foreod wide In the stretch, was running strongest at
end. By Jlmlny made up ground fast. Prelude had speed for six furlongs, but dis
tance evidently was too far. Tashmak had no chance * Ith start.
No scratches. ,
m SIXTH RACE?Claiming. Three-year-olda and upward. Purae $1,288.61. Mile
and a sixteenth. Winner, b. f.t 3, by Hesslan?Dum Hum. Ownar. VULCAIN
STABLE. Trainer, L. Strube. Time, 1 :48 1-5. Start good. Won driving.
Place same. Post. 5:24. Off, 5:20.
Index. Horse
37 Bullet .
(70) K. Brummel.104
68 Bills Luck.. 94
7rt (S. Poster...104
68 Little Ammle 08
08 Ravenswood. 93
39' Feigned Zeal 09
108 Diversity ...103
9"t The V'g'nre.108
? Thriller Wt
43 Jewell V. D.m:
Wt. PP. St.
104 10 2
'A ft * M. Fin. Jockey. St PI.
2* PHPlilH 1? Penman $46.90 $16-10
4? 3*
8 0
1 2
9 G
3 !?
2H 3?
. I0?l 12 IS
Swart ...
Thorruyt .
HMIlIck .
l.ang ...
Jama ..
.1 Ilnwaii
$n 30
Bullet vent to the front at the far turn, opened a wide gap, but tired and Just lasted
to win. Kate Brummel tn close quarters sll during eatly running. < losed fast, when
clear v.ottld li?v? won In another stride. Hill's Lurk went wide im the turn.
SEVENTH RACE?Claiming. For four-year-olds and upward One mile and u
I -H
Kluteentli. Time. 1 :49 2-0. Purs<
Dsy -Summer Night. Owner. J W
Won driving. Place same. Post
Index Horse.
97- MM. Sitt.
riis larls
Amaze 110
Dladl lofii
Hendile 103
Wt. PP St.
. 108
% %
1' 4 '1 a
2'H 2M
3' 3?
4 4
fl,2S8.01. Wlr.ner. eli. s.. it by Peep
MEAN. Trainer, M. Smith. Start food.
3:33. Off. 3 36.
M. l*ln. Jockey. St. PI. Sh.
I'/. I'1'T.STIK $3.80 g'.'.OO $-J.:.o
8?.j 21' J. Onen* ? 7.WI 4.0?)
:?? 3-' it. nice ? a.Bo
t 1 Oantncr
r> Itrooke ?
II <s Allen ?
Midnight Sun was well ridden. Lang r.i"d hlin along In front and held on well,
liorter went up fast on the outside and jus' lasted to save the place. Phalarl.i was
poorly ridden. Car quit, Amaz > finished fast.
Scratched?Refugee, Pokey H., Iron Bo' Walk l"p, tlolden Chan<e, Sunny Hill
New Stars Liable to Make
Trouble for Hagen, Barnes
and Hutchison.
Tf the winter season along the South
ern golfing trail has done nothing els?
t has left llnksmen of the North con
pmplating the approaching professional
festivities with undisguised delight.
Never since the exiperts began to travel
southward away from the cold sweep
3f the winter winds has there been
such an open season considered in the
ispect of the number of new faces that
Save been uptilted to the spotlight.
The schedule certainly was a littie
nore ambitious than ever it has been,
l>ut it was thought that this simply
ivould mean additional opportunities of
ivhich the regular tournament winners
ivould avail themselves. Barnes and
Hutchison lost some of the competition
around the Texas zone through their
extended trip to the Pacific coast. So.
:oo. did Walter Hagen. But. consider
ng only he tournaments in which these
?tars had a chance to compete, it must
>e admitted that they by no means had
natters all their own way.
And so with the regular season fast
ipproarhing certain hitherto little
known tournament contestants are found
racing the ordeals ahead with mountlri?
courage. Indications are that Hagen,
Barnes and Hutchison will have to
struggle harder than ever for their lau
rels while such players as Tom and
rieorge Kerrigan. Oene Sarazen. Pat
O'Hara, Cyril Walker, Johnny Farrell
Bob Macdonald and possibly one or two
others may be said to be sitting upon
the threshold of opportunity, ready to
pounce In whenever an opening shows
Itself. And even that is scarcely doing
such players Justice since all are quali
fied to mako their own opportunities.
With Lido. Meadowbrook. Garden
City. Cherry Valley, Brentwood, Hemp
stead. Nassau, Piping Rock. Inwood.
Wheatley Hills and Westbrok already
in membership and other clubs coming
in almost every day, the first amateur
championship of the Long Island Golf
Association to be held at Lido, should
be a lively affair. There are now
twelve clubs on the list, according to the
association's president, John M. Ward.
The championship trophy presented by
E. B. Smathers, has been engraved and
can now be seen at Tiffany's. Although
Dnly a few weeks old, the Long Island
Golf Association has made rapid prog
ress, already having two perpetual cups
for championship play. In addition to
the one presented by Mr. Smathers there
is a trophy donated by Alfred S. Bourne
Df Garden City, by way of encouraging
the juniors.
The New York Newspaper Golf Club
has arranged for a one day tournament
at Lido next Monday. Forty players
are expected to tec up.
Two Trinity Club Team*
Qualify at Handball
The .<?emi-flnal round was reached
last night in the metropolitan doubles
handball championship in progress for
the last two weeks at the Pastime Ath
letic Club. TAo Trinity Club teams
qualified, while the other two places
were taken by Pastime A. C. combina
tion#. .. .
All of the matches were well played
and closely contested. William Sackman
and Ed Groden. the veteran combina
tion of the Trinity Club, were the vic
tors over J. Kelly and T. Jordan of the
New York A. C.. by the scores of 21?14,
21?18. The summaries :
SECOND ROUND-H. Miigrarti %nd T.
SwerUow. O. C. N. Y.. defeated T. Phllbln
and M. Morgan, Pastime A. C., 21?11.
THIRD* ROUND-W. 8ackman and E.
Groden. Trinity Club, defeated J. Kelly and
T. Jordan. New York A. C.. -1?tl,
D Shea and P. McDonald. Pa?t>m* A.<...
defeated R. Ripley and H. McCoy. New
York A. C.. J1-10, 21?7: . Adams and
O Brady. Paitime A. G . defeated H.
Milgram and T. Swlrtlow, C. (. N. V.
^1?17, 21?H.
Dr. McClenahan Heads
New Athletic Conference
Philadelphia. April 21.?Officers
were elected and harmonious athletic
plans made at the first meeting at the
New Middle Atlantic States Athletic
Conference at the Belevue-Stratford
here to-night. Dean Howard McClena
han of Princeton was eleeted president.
Dr John W. Davis of Stevens vice-pres
ident and Dr. S. Chalmer of Swarthmore
secretary-treasurer. ,,
The following universities inn colleges
were represented: Princeton. Columbia.
Lehigh Rutgers, Johns Hopkins. Swarth
more. Haverford. F. 4 M. New York
University. Delaware. Muhlenburg. Buek
nell, Susquehanna, Penn, Military Col
lege. Urainus, Steven* and Gettysburg.
Buff 111, Will Not
Fight Lynch at Garden
Johnny Buff has notified Frank Flotir
noy that on account of a swollen gland
In'the neck he will be unable to keep
his engagement with Lynch on May 5
at the Garden. Flournoy dispatched
the officii* 1 physician of the Madison
Square Garden .Sporting < lub to make
an examination of Buff and on his re
port will be based the future action of
the club.
Dragon Fly, Castoff From C.
H. Maekay's Stable, Takes
the Big Prize in Brooklyn.
For the first time In thirty >ears at,
the Brooklyn Horse Show there were so ,
many classes and entries this season
that two afternoon sessions became ^
necessary in addition to the evening ex- j
hibitions in order to clear up the long
program. The tlrst one took place yes
terday and there will be another to-day.
William H. Wanamaker, Jr.. of Phlla- j
delphla, who shows in the name of! i>
Woodroyd Farm, all but swept the har
nesB classes afternoon and evening by j
winning Hve of the six competitions in ,
which his horses and ponies took part, j
His little English mare, Kitty Mel- ;
bourne, again went through unbeaten,
but Eve, for almost the first time in lier
long and brilliant career, had to tako
fourth place In the $1,000 stake whtc.i
featured the evenins show.
A noteworthy galaxy of high steppers |
came out to compete for the largest Prlz<" I
ever offered in this division of the show, j
but the outstanding winner was A. w.
Atkinson's bay mare Dragon Ely. foaled
In a box car and sold for ?100 b> her
breeder, Clarence H. Mackay.
Mortimer B. Fuller's chestnut geldinB ,
Amber Crest took another long i
toward the championship for saddlt
horses by winning the class for geldings
over 15.2 hands. He la as yet unbeaten ,
at the show.
CLASS 60?Jumpers. Won by ??{,'? *'?V" I
bln.'s eh. g. Jack Patton; second,. Ra11*
rami's gr. g. Bally MoBhane; third. ^ . ?? |
Law's b. g. H. Nelson; fourth, William |
Almy's b. g. Sandy. .
CLASS 37?Model saddle horses, shown in
hand. Won by D*v,? B-rR'"<0U'? p^JF,;
Checkmate; second. Miss Clam S. PecK*
blk. m. Moon Glow; third, Mrs. Leland
Stanford Wood s eh. m. Bohemian 3UK.
fourth. Janet MacK?y a en. g. Highway
man (Lord Landwood). ?jt?_ to ?>
CLASS 18?Harness ponies exceeding 1?_
hands. Won by William H. Wanamaker,
Jr.'s b. g. Sir Erie; serond. Horace S. ,
Bell's br. g. Cedar Crest Fire King, third.
Charles J. Pfiug's eh. g. Gay Lad.
CLASS 30?Branded saddle horses, not ex
ceednlg 1.V1 hands. Won by Godfrey
freer.'H br. m. Mariet; second. K. C.
Montgomery's b. g. Sweetbrlar, third, A'Jc
Campbell Good's ch. g Maple Sugar,
fourth, H. J. Davenport's ch. "<**'1;.
CLASS 3!v? Saddle geldings. Won by Morti
mer B. Fuller's ch. g. Amber Crest; second.
Leon Schlnasl's (Mrs. A. C. Li^lem) eh.
g. Hadlant; third, Harry B. Robinson s
ch g. Woodford Rex; fourth. Charles
Butler s b. g. Robchester.
CLASS 3?Pairs of harness horses under
18.2 hands. Won by William H. Wana
makers (Alma Wanamaker) ch. m. fc.ve
and ch. g. Netherhall's Pride; second,
franklin B. Jourdan's ch, m. Montpellur
Pearl and eh. g. Waddlngton Rector.
CLASH 61?Jumpers. Won by William Aim} s
(Becky Lanier) b. g. Sandy; second Mr.
Almy's (Mill Lanier) b. g. Repstons,
third, Becky Lanier's gr. g. Sliver Crest,
fourth, Mrs. Leslie E. Kelffer s br. g
Dundurn. . .
CLASS 4H? Heavyweight polo horses, won
by John C. Loud's br. in. Bubsy; second.
Constance Regan's ch. g Red Spider,
third, Robert A. Grannlss's ch. m. Jollity,
fourth, J. Walter Kopke's ch. g. Essex.
CLASS 36?Couples of saddle horses. Won
by Reglna P. Kicly's b. m. Coquette and
b. m. Evening Star; second, Janet Mac
Kay's b. m. The Little Girl and Alice
Campbell Good's b. m. Vanity Box; third.
Charles Butler's b. m. Mymle Dare and
Mrs. A. C. Ludlum's b. m. Romana;
fourth, Charles Butler's I.ady Dainty and
Miss Thompson's MJss Aullght.
CLASS IB?Pairs of harness ponies. Won
by William H. Wanamaker Jr.'s b. g. Sun
rise and b. g. Sunbeam (Wllllsbrook Royal*
second. Horace S. Bell's h. m. Hawthorn
Bell? and br. g. Cedar Crest Fire King.
CLASS 68?Members' saddle horses under
lB.a hands. Won by Janet MacKay s ch.
m. Cherokee Princes. second, Reglna P.
Klely's b. m. Ev?nin< Star: tnird. Miss
Klely's (Louise Loti?. b. m. Coquette:
fourth. Tracy Hlggfcis' (Rachel Hlgglns)
ch. m. Kitty May.
CLASS 7?Harness horses, speed .rf) per
cent., action 23 per cent. Won by William
H. Wanamaker Jr.'s ch. g. Netherhall's
Pride; serond, John l?. Bushnell s ch. ni.
The Whip; third. R. Lawrence Smith's b.
g Seaton Seronla; fourth. Franklin B.
Jourdan's ch. m. Montpeller Pearl.
CLASS 23?Model harness ponies, shown In
hand Won by William H. Wanamaker
Jr.'s b. m. Kitty Melbourne: second. Mr.
Wanamaker'* b. g. Sunrise; third, Horace
S. Bell's br. g. Cedar Crest Fire King,
fourth, Constance Regan's b. m. The
1 Moth.
CLASS 68?Members' combination saddle and
I harness horses. Won by Carolina U. Web
ere ch g. MacGrogor; second, Janet Mac
Kay's h. to. The Little Girl; third, Tracy
| lllggtns's (Rachel Hlgglns) ch. m. Kitty
May. fourth. Dorothy H. Jackson's br. m.
| Highland Belle.
I CLASS 63?Pairs of Jumpers. Won by Becky
Lanier's gr. g. Silver Crest and William
Almy's ch. g. Tradesman; second, Byford
. Ryan's ch. g. Cannle Jean (Mrs. J. A.
' Hewlett) and ch. m. Cannle Jock* third.
I S. C. Ptrle's blk. g. Black Dixon end b. g.
I John Dixon; fourth. Fred Wettach's br. g
j Going T*p and ch. g. Sober Boy.
CLASS 66?Touch and go swrepxtuken for
Jumpers. Won by Rally Farm's gr. g.
' Bally McShane; second. Mrs. Leslie E
i Kleffer's br. g. Dtindrum; third, Henry
Deegan's ch. g. High Point; fourth, Mr*,
i John H. Ernst Jr. s b. g Le Cld (Jtin
CLASS 28? Saddle horses ? exceeding 1R.2
hands. Won by Mortimer B. Fuller's ch. i
t g. Amber Crest; second. Leoti SchliiHsl's
| ch. g. Rsdlant; third, Chsrle* Butler s b.
p. Rochester; fourth, Jessie M. Marten's
; ch. g. The l.ast Word.
I CLASS 12?Harness hors?? (slakes gl.OOOi
Won by A. W. Atkinson's b. m. Dragon
j Fly; second, M. F. Murphy's b. g Seuton
Mlddlemark; third, John I, Busline'.!'* ch.
rn. "Oie Whip; fourth, William H. Wana
maker Jr.'s ch. m. Eve; fifth. Franklin
B. Jourdan's ch. ni. Irvlngton Belle; sixth,
R. I^wrence Smith's b. m. Seaton Sylvia.
CLASS 47?Lightweight polo horses Won
by George C. Sherman's (An-hy Kenny) b.
m. Cyclone; second. Godfrey Preece's (Tei
i-nce prsecs) ch. in. Armour; third, W. I>.
Ortgftnberger's b. m. Countess II.; fourth,
Godfrey Preers's br. m. Mariet.
CLASS 32?Ladies' saddle horse* under 15.2
hands. Won by Edrard Kessler's (Alice
Webb) ch. m. June Day; second. Jsnet
MacKay's (Louise Lott) ch. m. Cherokee
Princess; third, Reglna P. Klely's b in.
Evening Star; fourth, George Crouch's
(Mrs. E. M. Grlnnell) ch. m. Norma.
8?n?/ j?SSL? Prto<?? l?jn niran?v Governor* N>>r
(Tmt Honmboe) Bay i'?n?ndrt Inttnil n" . ?i *
a3i. p.m. a m. P.m. a.m. p.m. a.m Tvm \ m ? m v &\T\,
4:10 4:42 4:14 4 47 A-JU 0:27 Iffi % A V&J, V^L ^NL
4:57 6:25 3*)2 6 30 4:42 A 10 847 A |; " H> * j? 225 2
5 48 A OS 5 48 A.13 fl ? ?;? fl ? 4K ?.,J? ? *.?2 J ":
? 26 fl 4? a:30 A:54 7:10 7:34 7 0:? j-ao in i? in ii 15 0:37
7:11 7 3, 7 51 *:? 7 3 A 7:?l I?.',? J35? {S3?
"Tooth Carpenter*" Oo Mound n- Flailing.
Flatting for flounders W?l(n?diy from
I>Hbylon on the Emma Crum, Capt. I.eander
Abram. In three hour* we caught more itian
?lx hundred flounder*, and none of th?m
ware of the poatag* "tamp variety. In the
I>nrty war* DortoraC. Margraf, P. Hanka, D.
Arkln, L. Schradar, C. Lutz and A Z-ng.
l?cc. Shrader waa high hook with 148.
Report* of the FUhlng Condition*.
At Or*t*r Bay iMt Sunday th-i Olga waa
the flrat boat on the ground* and flah camo
up Ju*t a* eoon aa the anchor *11 down.
The average catch p<t man wai above 40
f!*h and they were a good etes. Every man
anoard had plenty r.f flah.
The Ling Houndo turned out ?tron* on laat
Sunday on the New Yorker, but to 'heir !
disappointment they only got cod and black - ;
flail. One of the member* baifged s 24
I sunder and won the pool, sfturtjr Horn-j
hack, who waf supposed to lm\e gone to
Miami, turned up at tho boat and made the
trip with the other Hound*.. ULITK NOKL..
The Ida tan off to the Farm* and then to 1
Seventeen Fathom* from Canarale. TJiey
fheii Hlartrd for the llghtahlp with thirteen
-od between the eighteen men aboard. At the
Ightehlp they caught ling, hake and whiting.
10 that the catch averaged about ten to a !
man. A. J. 8TAHLB. j
Sunday ?*? a banner day for the fleet
that flailed Oy*t?r Hay and all hand* had
?nough flounder* an hour ahead of the u*ital
leaving time. The Kaat ISStli *treet dock
nnat* Krln, I.ydla R.. Kid. Klale, Angle".
Sherwood. Roamer. Kid II. Katvdld and
Vorma all flatted cloae toother and did not
we i)c<~a*ton to move K\ ?r> one waa well
ri'paiu ror missing the Firth avenue East, r I
parade. The 138th street dock wan the plou- ,
eer starting place for boats fishing the found
and old timers will recall when It was ihr
only place to hoard fishing craft The Cy
prMa ?vtnui subway station la hut two block* ,
from the dork, the IMtli street trolley run*
to the dock and there I* an elevated station j
on ISfith street. Thl* dock I* Ideally lorstid
and the transit conveniences makes It very
accessible for fishermen. DR. WATHON
We had thirty people aboard the Halcvon j
last Sunday and the boat was headed for the '
Heventaen Fathom Bank There we ran into
a wood echool nf codftsh and I3B were boatid
before the going home whistle sounded. They 1
were good sired fish, running from five to ,
tillrtjr pounds apiece.
Teddy, the man who I* famous for catching !
ling, was on the Josephine last Sunday with
his Copenhagen snuff und hi* onion wood |
pole Mo brought good luck to thoso abarl.
for 1.1.1 rod were taken, as well as :W hla> <
fish and some larg" dinners. Frank Ward's
L!* pound ood won the pool. The mate had i
sn pounder The catches wen-: Walter I'at
terson. Hlg't' hook, with 14; (iua M*r>g aid
Willie had 20 between them: IT dough, S:
H. Weiss, *: Nelson brothers, 11. ,T, Pollok,
7; Jack McCftbe, 6: Tvan Swanson. f.: Henry
r>oerr. 4; Charlie Johnson. 4; K. Jost, 1: .1.
Sllvls. .1: J H. Alvln V. The writer had 7
cod and 4 blackflah JOUN B. DOVOHUl:.
H. f.?To get to Claeon Point by motor
from West Twenty-third street take fifth
and Madison avemiea, cross 1,18th ?trrft ,
bridge to Southern Poulevard, up Southern
Boulevard to Westchester avenue, light In
Westchester avnue to f'lason point road,
right In Cleson Point road to dock. There la .i
Is - ,? parking station near the dock.
/" \ 1
Another Football Field
for Princeton Players
Special Diapatch to Tub New Yoik Hwui.d. |
PRINCETON. N. J.. April 71.? ;
The popularity of football at
Princeton lias become ho !
great that a new football field la/
to be constructed to accommodate/
the record slie squads of the comj
ing hi.-.aeon. The new field will bjs
located directly west of the Palmi/r
Stadium and will make the fourth
playing field available to the Tigers.
The ground where the new field
will be id u?ed at present by 'he
K. O. T. C. for a riding ground and
was the parking .space of automo
biles for the Harvard and Yale foot
ball games in day.- past. This w'.li
be a great help in relieving the pres
ent cramped conditions which arise
| each fall as a result of the large |
number of football cAndldates.
v /1
Many New Champions
Crowned at Gym Meet
Rottman of New York Turn
Verein Beaten on Horses.
Many new champions were crowned
last night in the National A. A. U.
gymnastic tournament held at the New
York Athletic Club. The feature ol" the
evening was the return to winning form
of several of the gymnasts who held
sway In former year.s.
Curt Kottman of the New York Turn
Verein, winner of the all around and
five Individual titles last year, was not
in Ills best form because of a rec-'nt
illness, and was beaten in the long
horse and side horse events.
The summaries
gensen. Norwegian Turn Society, with 'J70
point*: Curt Rottman. New Vork Turn
Verein. with -75 i>olnla. second: Frank J.
Xrlz. Bohemian Gymnastic Society, with
-7(? points. third: Max Wanderer, Phila
delphia Turngemoinde, with 143 points,
LONG HORSE?Won by Frank J. Krlz, Bo
hemian Gymnaatlc Society, with i"79 points;
Frederick Berg and Z. Wlnsjanssen. both
of the Norwegian Turn Sool-tv, tied for see. i
ond. with points. Berg won on the
retrial;; Adolph Zlnk, New Vork Turn
Verein. with r>7:i points, fourth.
SIDE HORSE?Won by Paul Rlchter, SwIm
Turn Verein. with flHrt points: Charles NJ.
Cremet, New York A. C., with .">58 points,
second. Joseph Wolfrun. Philadelphia Tum
gemelnde. with MOH points, third; Frank
J. Krlz, Bohemian Gymnastic Society, with
I .">!71i point*, fourth.
HORIZONTAL BAR?Won by Curt Rottman.
New York Turn Verein, with .">80>4 points:
Frank J. Krlz. Hohendan Gymnaatlc So
ciety. with "iirvi points, second: BJarne
Jorgennen. Norwegian Turn Society, with
points, third: Ma* Wanderer, Phila
delphia Tumgemelnde, with hO'M points,
TFMBLINC?Won by Joseph F Punn. New
Vork A. C., with S55H point*'. W. Falkner,
Twenty-third Street Y. M. C. A., wltli KSOVi
polnta, second; Kimball Atha, Newark Y.
M. C. A.. 4W\4 polnta. third. Frederick
Berg. Norwegian Turn Society, fourth
PARALLEL BARS?Wor. by Frank J. KrU.
Bohemian Gymnastic Association. with
B7Wi points: Curt Rottman. New York
Turn Verein, with 577V4 points, second:
Alfred Jochlm. Swlse Turn Verein, with
Bflt'4 points, third: BJarne Jorgeneen. Nor
! weglan Turn Society, with 503 points,
j fourth.
National Federation to Disre
gard A. A. U. if Opposed
in Work.
While no definite action In the diroe
tlon of a new national athletic federa
tion was taken yesterday by represen
tatives of numerous oragnlzatlons in
conference at the Hotel Artor, yet an
association for the control of amateur
athletics In <U1 its branches may be
launched w*thln the next few daya.
Among those present at the confer- j
ence, which was concluded late lant
ninht and will be continued this morn
ing, were: Commander Train, assigned
by the Secretary of the Navy to attend !
the conference: Lieut.-Col. Walte C.
Johnson, representing the Army; George
J. Fisher, department chief of the Boy
Scouts of America; Dr. John J. Brown,
Jr., International Y. M. C. A : Gen.
Palmer C. Pierce, head of the Collegi
ate Association, representing 300 uni
versities and colleges; Alonzo Stagg,
Western Conference A. A.; Dr. Joseph
E. Raycroft, Princeton: Dr. H. F. Kel
lenberg. Cook Cour.ty Athletic Associa
tion; Elmer Brown, foreign department '
of the Y. M. C. A.; J. G. Merrick of
Canada, and Henry P. Breckenridge,
former Assistant Secretary of War, who
Chairman Breckinridge opened the pro
ceedings by making this statement m
to the objects of the proposed federa
tion. He said: "The federation will
not oppose the A. A. U., but If we are
opposed we will disregard the A. A. U.
Therf are millions of children, men
and boys for whom wet shall seek to
find playgrounds, swimming, tennis,
baseball and other branches of sport.
"We seek to build an organization
because athletics and true sportsman
ship are two of the greatest Instruments
ever put in the hand of man to develor
the youth of the nation to clean, whole
some, sturdy manhood.
"No organization has yet been
launched that has attempted to do this.
"Any organization that may be like
minded is eligible to join the federation
we plan to create."
To Lead Tiger Rifle Team.
J Special Dispatch to Tm New York Hbbai.D.
| Princeton, N. J., April 21.?Thomas
! K Blanton of Abilene. Ti.xa^. was
chosen to lead the :*rlnceton rifle team
next year, at a meeting of the team
members this afternoon. Blnnton pre
pared at the Central High School, in
Wr.shlnKton, D. C., where he was a
member of the rifle team which won the
championship of the United States. H:?
, shooting this year was the feature of
, the season, for he rang up a "posslbl -'
, in all but two me?ts, his ?cores in these
] falling to P9.
Blanton Is a Junior and a member of
Tower Club, and Is bIso freshman crew
| manager this year. He Is a son of Con
gressman Thomas Blanton of Abilene.
Boxing Bouts To-night
Rink Sporting Club?Sam Mmberi *?.
Mickey Donley. l'j round* Jark Bern
hlfin vi. Bert 8pmcfr, IB round*.
Common wealth tiportlng Club?Frank!*
It-riMir v?. Harry l.ondon, It round*.
fortj-xvoUi Regiment Armory. Brook
lyn?Iwmmy Rlrt>b rt. Joe Click. 13
Ridgewood Grove Sporting Club?Charley
Kohler vs. Young Hoi berg, 18 round*.
Four good reasons why
things are rosy at the
"four corners"!
Good clothing brings
good customers!
Good service assures
pleasant buying.
Good wear fulfills the
promise of satisfaction.
Good value makes it
agreeable all 'round.
What goes for clothing
also goes for hats, shoes
and fixings!
Golf Norfolk s?fine,
rugged, out-in-the-open
fabrics, all tailored for the
utmost in outdoor comfort!
The accessories of the
game, too.
Rogers Peet Company
Broadway Herald Sq.
at 13th St. "Four at 35th 8t.
Broadway Corner*" Fifth A%e.
at Warren at 41st St.
Two palm ot perfectly matched, htgli rla*.*
blood bay*, carriage hor*es. 16 hand* and
15.3 hlgli. Can be ?een by appointment
Phone Rhlnelander 7911. No dealer*.
Sporting Hip Boot* . . A3.<13
Pull I engthI.egging Boot* 4.4.1
Ma< Ulntoshtt tiding Boot* 8.50
Wlndproof Fishing Suit* 3.93
Sawyers Oilskin Suit?
coat, pants, hat 3.93
| it-Cir fValrl Pants 1.95
6 ChttOiBL
'191 All ton St
71 Corttadli
121-123 8th Are. (16th) Ph. Ch?l?ea 5444
Mall Order* Pilled.
Auto for Babylon leave* Bridge Plaia. Long
If City. 5:30 A. M. Sunday*. Fare (4.30. In
clude*, bait, boat JIB and return auto trip.
Tel. 2821 Aatorla.
Ivs. Hudson Park. New RochslI*.
dally 9. Sun. 8 :30. Far*?l.?.
Bring bait. Capt.FrankPaumann
-?>? vu lv?. S. B. dally exc.Mon. 8 A.M.
bVCLTrl gun T \ M. '"apt. J. Martin.
iN Urm.T"
Sea Pigeon';
Splendid Flounder Rod*. A (1.9.1.
\\f I Wood and Mounting* for
liUSWalz fi,,hin* "><?* I?
vauo ?f Old Avr Orchard :.3flT.
Flounder Fishing ?< "Id Spring Harbor.
Leaves East 122d St.
Bring bait. A. LYONS.
7 A. M. Sundi
Tel. T?nlverslty 3
sail the INDOLFNT on her fir*t tt.f
day. 7A.M. Sheepahead Bay.
"YES. MR FREMRICK9, using yot.
glint flounder rlr. I caught Mi. F
In two boat* n^ai by caught 8." 4
rig by mall. 2.V. Hooks. 4fle dozet
"42 Broadway. Brooklyn.
TlflVI t Better tackla hare for the price.
INVllLb jjo matter what prlco tackle
you buy w* handle
DOERING&CO-tI ,',b",y av- Hrook,yr
handle tha reliable sort.
' .Strong, well-mad'^ line, will stand
I treatment. Hooka, leader*, etc.
j N. L. Mlchaelson. 014 Broadway. Br
"Tel. Glenmore 9931
private party boats. All of the well known
Captains are member*. Book your date* now .
Tel. r.0 Babylon or write BOYNE'S HOTEL.
Babylon, L. L, for dates. Flounders very
Capt. G1LNER
Leaves E. Blst St. at 7 A. M. Sunda
for .ale on hoard. ("apt. OIL.
Plenty Flounder-., Tomcods. Illackflshing.
Motor boat 32x9Vi to charter for Sound fish
ing. 40 good rowboats to hire. Capt. P, J.
'IERBI'ROKK. Colli Spring H*rbor. L. I.
leaves in*t St.. East River,
7 A M. dally. Bring bait.
Plenty of flail.
leaves Claaon Point, Sunday, I
Ijtrge Flonnders. < 'apt
A. M.
"Dlvmnii" Private flounder parties at
V T" Fire Island. Write or phone
for dates. Capt. BILL MARCLEY. Seaford,
L. L ITrnne Wantagh 184.
ai ... Flounders dallv Mr Mm A 1 HEBWKT'B MEW FISHING STATION.
Nailtl lllQ Fr? 8 A M Clason Pt Rrtnt Hud,or> foot Gordon PI. Oct off 2 blocks
naUTIIUSi ?.lr c.p.; job stefano. ???! Bauth frolB
Water Island'^
Clason rolnt dally exc.
A Frl. 8 A. M.
Flounders?Fire Taland?Book
your date*. Guy Davl*, Sea
ford. L. I. Tel. 180 Wantagh.
n.?.|..i??f ir Flounder* lva. Wrack Load
nl!Nflll]IR<,a!ly **c- Mon. and Frl.. 8:42
Iipgumt>j,r;,iii Hun. H QS. Capt. Herman
IDA. 11.
I'nrmii For Sale, Do Con
"Inck's, the Haunt, Jamaica
ARE HERE Bay. Tel. 1200 Belle Harbor.
leaves Stahle'*, Canarale, 7
A. M. Thurs.. Hat., 9un
cspt. max roy.A
leaves Stable's Pier, Canar
ale, 7 A. M. Sunday.
Capt. FAHEY.
Tuesday. 23 Men. 193 tod; Wed.. 348 Cod.
Rr I IIMnVl""*" dally <xc. Mon. 8 A.
. L. 1.UHWI M , Hun. 7 TONY I.UXfH
leave* Clason Point dally
(cgcept Mon. and Frl.).
Tlsat li/lnl* I Jk ,<>*v*8 a'ng?T*' hoathouae,
I ilB W flKIB Thro"'' Nec,<'
Thundays 8 A. M
lvs. ?hei<p*liead Bay 7 .30
Sun. Capt. Chaa. Frslberger
ves Park Do<-k, ("Taeon
Point, Sundays it 8 A. 11
Bring halt. Oapt. TED.
Atlantic ave. Boats for Ineld".
Thura. * Sat. IJ 1 'Sves Sheeps
8 A M.. Sun- Istrolfla head Bay
day T A.M. "<""?? Capt. P. MARTIN
BATTERY iandino
1-1 A I r Y n M leaves Sunday, 7:45
nM ^ 1 A. M., 17 Fathom*.
BAY SH'?RK and return auto bus. 2t
I boats. 10 to a boat. Leav- 23d 8t
I Ave., n .10 A. M.; F,a?t N_ Y. depot c ,
' E P. , 7 A . M Far- <4.00. Includes even
Tackle Us for Your Fishing Ttc1
; Rod*. r.e?l*. I.lne*. 'l^eader.?. Hooks B
Fr>d J Blrck. 17 Cooper Sq.. at Mh St
Hag* full of large f!ouin.e-s
Clason Point Thur*. and Sun
8A.M. Capt. Henry Ployer
lv*. 138th Ft. Sunday fl A. M.
flnro D Wreck L?ad Station dall>
UUldlii ?*9LM?n- * Efl 6:42 train
Robert P.
|leav?s Clason Point Hunday
H A. M. for flounder*
l?ave* :.2d St.. So. Brooklyn.
Sun. 7 A. M. OUS POLING.
6:0.' A 0:0." train*. Launch** to
G. Rathinan-Capt. Frank Whit*.
DAPI"?= , FishingTackle and Bait
leavea !)l?t St.. East River, dally 7 A M
for flounder*. Bring bait. Capt. F. RUFF
The Win
Eleanor G.'S
leaves every Sunday, Thuradav
and Saturday. 138th *t.. E. R.,
7 A. M Clason Point. 7 :30 A
M . Oy*ter Bay, for flounders.
Gre?nheart, lancewood. 10c. a ft. Agate*
and fittings. Rod* repaired. Blood and aand
wi.rni. Yoehrlnger. 1 s " rtlaav . Bkl>:..
leaves Molltor*
dock, Qu*en*water.
St*., Long Beach,
j Sunday. ? 0B train for OUTSIDE. Capt Han.
Sheopchead Bay Sun. 7
.'apt. Joe Moravec, Jr.
D<alera who do not *al! live bait have t>
word* "tackle only" or "no bait" following
their names. List appears Tutsday*. Thurs.
davs and Saturdays.
Abbey A Imbii- . 07 Chambers. Wh?|e. No ba:i.
Baumann, 2'?.'2 2d av.. 118th *t. Worm*.
Haun.arn. John, ;<71 West 125tlt St.
Be. her. 342 E 34th *?.. Tel. Murray Hill
Blrck, Fred. 17 Cooper Sq. Tackle and bait.
Brunner. Wa*h. Mkt. Tel. 743? Cort. Worm*.
Coi, Alpheu*. 27 W. 12.'.th *t. Tackla onl*.
HS. I . a
??r' Coracle 1%?
Tack I*
at our
8 atorea.
Bait In
Sea Bird
Leave* Hudson Park Dock. New
Rochelle, Sundays 9 A. M. Bring
halt. Capt. STERNECKERT.
Mountings and Impairing. Worm*. S91 Cen
tral Ave.. Brooklyn. N. Y . near Schaefer 8t.
New Fresh <;?od??New Tackle store.
I,l?e Ball. Everything for fisherman. Fred
Martens.JU 8th Ave., near 12th St., N. Y.
Pa.|_..i leaves Bayalde dock dally 2 P.
. Belmont m ? ?r *?.pun * >? m
Codflshlng. Capt. J. JENSEN.
Oy*tor Bay for big Flounder* East
River, 91st St., dally exc. Fridays,
7 A M. Bring halt. Capt BERO
Hree.e HeM
Freeport. Rowboats, bait, tefreshmentf
Herman Marschner. Prop. Tel. 347 Freeport.
I r?P' Cfrp Schachtel,Jr.Seaford,L.I.Wnt'ghan
(lonrrrin U '**? Murray'*. Wreck Lead.
UCUlPIo IVII :<V1 * 9 04 nnun
I O daw. Bring bait. MURRAY.
TACKLE?wood ? fitting* ? and everything
the fisherman may want. P.epalrlng.
Bccher, 842 E. 34th St. Tel. 2828 Murray Hill.
Washington st.. J. <5.,
7 A M . and Pier 1. c.
Capt. R. Hawthorne.
Lvs. ft 15th St.. Hob . 8 4."..
Pier I. C. R. R.. 7 :30 Sunday.
K R . 7 30 A. M
leaves Clason Point Sun. 8 A.
M. for flounders. Phone Have
tneyer 0Q27J. Capt. STOEHR.
leaves Sfahle's Pier, Oanar
sle, Sunday 7 A. M
Shamrock. K^TTm'^ nay
WHITBY7.'10 d,lljr r* Mnn ? ??
WT"" Sheepshi ad Ha? HAMMER.
FUhlng boat CAPTAIN JOE now leave* ca
narsle Sundays & holidays. Capt W. Burton.
lv*. Dunne's Dock. Sheep*,
head Hay. Sunday, 8 A.M.
leaves Shecpslicad Bay dally
exc. Mor. nnd Frl. MA. M ,
Yankee Doodle II
Capt. Joe II.
Bl a ?alw??s on lianil (it HA I MISS
?* ' " 2nd Ave. l"hon? Harlem ST
leaves Sunday, East, 01st St.. 0
A. M . for Oyster Ha v. l'.r
bait. r-apl. R. YQUNt
N*w Hocholle,
ept Mon. and
Bring bait
tal ft 1 n & l*aves riason Point Sunda\.
?; halt. Capt. Bless..
Davega. 28 John *t. ?
i I>avega. IB Cortlandt *t.
! Davega. 881 Broadway.
I Davega, 111 E. 42d *t
, Davega. 123 W. 129tl> *t.
Dlrke*. 7S2 ?th av. Tel.
! Dorv. A.. 401 W. BOth *t. Tel. 7838 Circle.
< Dutll. John, 428 W. 42d *t. Tel. L acre 023?
Fuch*. H.. l*t av. Orch. WW. Bait t ta<-ki*
Olldenberg. 2S21 Rth av.. ISSth. M gslde 5078.
Gordon, 2127 Am*t'd'm av.. 18.1th. No halt
! Gro*e, 8th av. A 84th at. Btcond hand tackle,
j Hanower, M . 16*3 Park av. Tackle and bal:.
Hellbnin Bros., 1874 lit av.. near 87th *t.
| Hlrsch. 100 Amit'd'iri av. Tel. Riverside tfl'd.
I Mocligra?f. ^(*7 E. 34th *1 Tel Van'blt 2 .0,
I Isaac*.H 8., Co..2438 8th Av..130th St.No bait.
Kellcrmati, S030 3d av., l>8th *t. Tel Mel. lor:'.
Xlffe, II H Co., r:i B'way. Tackle only.
Klrtland's. (Ml Chambers T'ckle-H?lgraml*?s.
1 Tdiffer. 2034 Crotnna av.. 180th *t. Ba!\
, I^vl'en'a, 8M E ISSth. Tkle. bait. Mel ;:389.
! Mark'*. 410 E 148th at. Bait. Mel 7040
Macy. R. H * Co.. Inc.. B y A 84th. No hal'.
Mart?n*. Fred . 34 8th av. Tackle and ball.
Metropolitan Hdw Co . Ciuirch tt Veeey *t?.
Mill*. Wm. A Sop. 21 Parl^il. Barclay 8^79.
Dgllvy. R Co.. 711 Chamber* at. No bait.
Philip's Sport Sh"p. 1-3 Nassau Helgrarnltef.
. I'o'.lmenl, S*:> Hleecker, cor. Perry. No bait.
Relf. J. II.. MOP 8d a v. Tackle only.
Relngold. 121 8ttt av., 18th at. Tackle A halt.
Rlchman. J . 2423 2d av.. 138 ?t Tel Har. 7S19.
I Roger* Peet Co., B'wa> A 13th *t. \ Tackle
Roger* Pe*?t Co.. B'e ay at Warren *t. I at our
: Roger* Peet Co., Her*ld *^., 38th *1. / four
Rogers Pe ? Sth av at 4t*t *t. J *tor*s.
Roaenbauni, 382 E 138th, ft. "L" station
SchvAachAfon.3012-3 av (1Vlth).T*l. Ms| 123J.
Schoverllng, Daly A Gales, 302 B'way. No bal
Schnlt*. N. A 8. O. Co.. 152 Nassau Not*:'..
Sllverst |n. H.. 330 W. "0th st. Tel. Col. T7J7
Sun'* P. O t*o.. 181 W 23d rl Tarkle A bal'.
Vom 1 <fe F, I Co.. t>2 Fallot) M. Tackle only.
V rerkeAI'etmold.ln' .340 Mad av. Tit ?
G.. 170 1st ar.
8387 Or:.
lva. Canarale Sunday 7 A. M.
c*pt DK'K PBRSflN
Kid II.
Roohelle, I ELLA.
Rose R. II.
\jJ Hudion Pnrk, New
I'Omaa. Sunday P. for chart
cmckETrsr 71?
l"?v? 1li8lh St. 7:00 Sun
lav for Ojster Hay Bring
138th BT and E**t River, Sun
day 8 A. M. Bring Salt,
AMERICA Dally 8 A.M. Sunday 7, Sheep*- I LYDIA R. k ELSIE
nmcmisn ht>|lil M(iy, 3 MICHABL.
leave 138 St. E R
7 A,M. Bring halt
Ml Eas^ M!??h Afreet W. I. H. III. gun 7 A M L HARMS
CI CIC T lv". C1a*on Pt. nally exc. Mon. and
tLilt t.Fr|, < A M Bun .7 A.M. H. 7.UHK.
lv*. Sheepahead Bay Nun. T 30
A M. Capt. WM CLtTLO
hi I Ay r l-avea" Canarsle Thur*.. Sat. A
UUAHE. ? ? m r*pt O WHITE
leaves Sheepehead Bay dally
8AM. Sun 7. GI'S RAf.
Palt A Tackle. Jfl: Wyckoff av. Tel. 3211 E
Doerltig. Liberty st Tel Glenmore ?0..!
Hyde. S.*t: B?r*?n st , at 4th av. Sterling R*S.
Johnson. P., Wyiri<off av. Tel. 08P2 B'vgti
Kingston. 1400 Fulton *t. 7W)8 Lafayette. Tk'e.
Loeser. Fred'k A Co.. Fulton *t. Tkle only.
Maraters. J. F., M Court st. Tel 8A44 Trl'gle.
Michael son. II. H.. 1274 Bed'd av. No t>al
Mlchaelion. N L.. 914 Broadtvaj. No halt.
Morris, 17r.7 Fulton *t . Reld av. 1?35 Bedfd.
Roepcr, 777 Wood* ard av. Ta<-k1* only.
Schaaf. 1M Flatbu*h av T*I. 231P Sterlln*
Schebler, F.. 231 Wyckoff av. Tel 1087 E'vic
Slote. 840 Flushlnr av. Tel 4818 Stagg.
Sprung, 2781 Atlantic av. Tel. 3B78 Olenmors
\"o?hrTnger. 1283 Myrtle av. E'vgraen 73?3W.
Welsehan.H .717 Hack'ck plk rd ,W Hobakta

xml | txt