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Have Gained in Polish Since
Defeats by Tenn Fort
night Ago.
Ought to "Win at Mile and a
Half Over the Speedway
Course To-morrow.
For the first time In the long and
honorable history of rowing in this
neck of the woods a crew from Yale
last evening was seen on the Harlem
River. To be precise, there were two
eights representing the Blue?the var
sity and the junior varsity?which are
to meet similar combinations from Co
lumbia In their annual regatta to
morrow over the Speedway course.
While a strong northwest wind
swept down the river with the tide
and revived conditions of February
which froze out all thoughts of merry
spring, a coterie of rowing sharps got
a Bplendid opportunity to note the
great contrast between the modified
English style of the Ells and the
American-Canadian method of the
Blue and White. The Columbians
wore first on the river. Shortly after
S o'clock Jim Rice sent them over the
regatta stretch of a mile and a half?
from Fordham Bridge down to High
bridge?at a pretty fast clip.
About half an 'hour later the Tale
eights went out for a spin and while
they exerted no great effort for speed
they took pains in the direction of style
and made quite an Impression. Having
seen Yale lose three races to Pennsyl
vania nearly two weeks ago we are in
a position to say that the Ell varsity
has Improved tremendously In rhythm,
cleanness of execution, polish. Whether
that polish will stand the stress of a
hard race remains to be seen.
Ells Get Strong Welcome.
The Yale squad came down from New
Haven early in the afternoon and after
getting settled at the Pennsylvania pot
Into a sightseeing bus bound for the
Nonpareil Rowing Club house on the
Speedvay. There the Elis were greeted
by Morton G. Bogue, chairman of the
Columbia Rowing Committee; Charles
H. Mapes and Rice. Claries Dana Gib
son. whose son Langhorne Is captain
of the Yale navy, and Payne Whitney
of the Yale Rowing Committee also were
on the scene to bid the Blue welcome.
The Elis took the water with Gibson
in the second boat. He was shifted from
the varsity some <_ays ago In order to
facilitate a change of style for the short
races leading to the four mile grind
with Harvard. He is to go back to the
big eight for the classic. John Freeman,
the 147 pound stroke who was sent into
the second crew after the race with
Pennsylvania, was back again in the
varsity, while E. Ewing was seen again
at stroke oar in the junior shell.
The varsity was boated as follows:
Stroke, J. Freeman: No. 7, W. N. Halde
man: No. 6. J. S. Rockefeller; No. 5.
T. F. D. Haines: No. 4, F. Sheffield:
No. R R. B. Russell: No. 2, J. L. Car
man, ?>.; bow. C. V. Whitney; coxswain,
C. W. Chase. The Junior varsity was
seated this way: Stroke, E. Ewing; No.
7, D. H. Bigelow; No. 8, G. C. Ellis; No.
6. It. Gibson; No. 4, W. L. Goodwin, Jr.;
No. 3,-E. R. Littler; No. 2, W. Cheney;
bow, W. Leslie, Jr.; coxswain, D. C.
Jaators Take the Lead.
After paddling \?p the river to Ford
ham Bridge the frfw< went away at
a II, with the Junior boat enjoying a
slight lead. They came down to a 24
pretty soon, with the Ewing stroked
boat atlll showing the way. In front
of the Columbia headquarters at the
Union Boat Club, with all the Blue and
White oarsmen gathered on the float
to give their rivals the "once over," the
Tale vanity raised Its stroke to 26
beats and went to the front. It stayed
there. The Junior boat spurted, but
the big eight met the challenge with a
bit of a spurt of Its own. At High
bridge the varsity was about a length
to the good.
Jim Oorderry, the Tale coach, was In
a speedboat right behind his oarsmen,
but made no attempt to do any coaching.
He will Iron out a few rough edges this
morning, and this evening the eights
will paddle over the course and practice
The Tale vnrslty srfhowed a pretty keel,
and Its spacing was very much Im
proved. There no longer was a catch
between strokes. However, It still did
Its feathering under the water and did
not seem to dig dcqp enough. There
was plenty of length and reach to the
stroke?It looked decidedly pretty. But
much as It was Improved over the style
used against Pennsylvania It still did
not Impress us as being strong enough
to cope with the faster, more powerful
Columbia stroke for a race to be decided
over a mile and a half.
Calamhta Mora Serious.
The Columbia crews went through a
wnrkout similar to that of the Tnle
eights. They paddled to the head of the
course and then had It out They took
the spin more seriously than did the
Blue. The Columbia varsity went to the
fore at the start and never was headed.
They got away nt a 88 and then came
down to a 14. At the mile the varsity
rune up to >1. and was as smooth as
any crew could be in the gale. Near the
finish the big eight hit up a 37?was
getting about everything it was reaching
for, spacing beautifully?power and
polish combined.
Rice would make no prediction hut
preferred to let the contrast seen on the
water speak for Itself. Certainly the
contrast favored the Blue and White,
tout a Tale crew never Is beaten before
a race. It proved that last June agslnst
Harvard. "I have a strong varsity, in
good shape and in good form for this
stage of the season. It may win," said
Varsity Rare at HiAO P. M.
Mr. Bogue announced that the varsity
race to-morrow mould be slatted at 6:JO
P. M., with the Junior v/rslty half an
hour earlier. The races will be rowed
?a a low tide. Julian W. Curttss of
Tale will be the referee and "Mr. Mapes
will be the timer. Tale always has In
sisted that William Melkleham of Co
lumbia referee the Tale-Columbia re
gattas at New Haven and Derby, and
now Columbia Is returning the compli
It Is expected that with fair weather
at least BO,000 will see the races. The
Speedway Is torn up and will he closed
to vehicular traffic. But It will be open
to pedeetrlans.
Morvich, the Unbeaten Colt, His Owner, Trainer and Jockey
Jockey fclcAtee in uddle, 1 rainer Burlaw reaching for bridle and Owner Block to the right, center.
Defeats Miss Goss in Two
Lore Sets at Monte
Monts Carlo, April 27. ? Mile. Su
zanne Lenglen confirmed to-day the re
ports that she was groins to Brussels
for the international hard court tennis
championships beginning May 13, and
would then take part in the French
championships In Paris early in June.
"At the end of June," she added, "I
shall be in Wimbledon for the world's
grass court championships, where X hope
to meet Mrs. Molla Mallory. Miss Eliza
beth Kyan. Miss A. E. Beamish, Miss
D. McKane, Miss Eleanor Goss and
Mrs. Satterthwaite.
In play here yesterday Mile. Lenglen
was at the winning end of two love
sets with Miss Eleanor Goss, who is
considered one of the best American
players entered In the Boausolell cham
pionships next week. She then, with
King Gustave of Sweden as partner,
played M. Manset of France and Miss
Robinson Risley of America, who /were
defeated, 6?1, 6?X.
Ther? can be little doubt judging
from recent dispatches that Mile. Leng
len has recovered completely from her
tennis collApse of last year. In de
feating Miss Eleanor Goss of New York
in two love sets at Monte Carlo. Su
zanne accomplished a decidedly note
worthy feat, for Miss Gosa rates fifth
in American tennis and a year ago
rated third.
It is quite possible, of course, that
play was close in most of the games de
spite the onesided appearance of the
scores, but that doe* not eliminate the
fact that Miss Gosa was never beaten
love sets before.
Harlem Tennis Event First.
Tournament tennis will moke its bow
for the local season on Saturday, May
13, in the annual open event of the
Harlem Tennis Club, a competition that
attracted 122 entries a'year ajro. Both
Frederick C. Anderson and Alfred D.
Hammett, who hold legs oh the chal
lenge trophy, are to compete again, and
the field, judging from the early entries
received, will be every bit as Jarge as
Bhat of 1921. Entries close four daya
before the tournament with Louis Bry, 7
West Twenty-s?cond street.
Audacious Top Weight for
the Paumonok Handicap
Morvich Far Above All Other
Walter C. Edwards, secretary of the
Metropolitan Jockey Club, made public
yesterday the weights for the Paumonok
Handicap, the feature of the opening at
the Jamaica track. The stake is for
thiee-year-olds and upward at six fur
longs. Mrs. Wilfrid Viau'a Audacious
is placed on top with 129 pounds. Dun
bovne Is next with 128 and On Watch
and Thunderclap next tied with 126
each. Morvich ia far ahead of all the
three-year-olds In Mr. Vosburgh's opin
ion. He assigned the son of Kunnymede
118 pounds, six more than Kal-SaiiK
and seven mode than Lucky Hour. The
Horse. Wf.| Horse. Wt.
Audacious 129 Exodus JO."
Punboynp 128 Last Straw 10."
On Watch 126 Vice Regal 10.".
Thunderclap 128
Gladiator 12"
Tryster 12*
Naturalist 124
(forming* Park..,. 122
Dominique 122
Liberty Loan 131
Knobble 119
Krewer 118
Morvich 11*
Crocus... 118
Careful lir.
Nancy Lee US
Oeorgie 114
Penrose Ill
Kal-Hang 112
Lucky Hour Ill
Smoke Screen 110
Brocklesby 110
John Paul Jones.. 108
Runstar ' 108
Tdlo Pell 107
Little Chief 107
lion Homme 107
Whlskaway lOfl
Despair 100
Runfcntell 108
C.onrf Time* 108
Miiskalonge 108
My Play 108
Ten Lec 10fi
Column 10."
rWsaKllere 10."
Calamity Jane.... 103
Nancy F 104
Dream of Allah... 104
Banksla.. 104
I.ady Baltimore... 104
Rocket 104
Mawcoran 103
* rarat 103
Elemental 103
Mustard Seed 103
Oalantman 102
Bl* Heart 102
r?imm?dale 102
"Mrm Friend 102
Rud Fisher 102
Missionary 102
Sidereal 102
Ptonc Jug 100
Letterman 100
Modo 100
Pillory 100
Hullabaloo 100
Toll 100
Sedge 08
Comic Song 97
Black Rascal 97
Halnbow Boy 9"
Philosopher 95
With the Scholastic Athletes
Cathedral College Prep cutslugged
St. Francis Xavler High yestorday at
Van Cortlandt Park, winning: the con
tent by the score of 21 to 13. O'Brien,
the Cathedral Prep twlrler, struck out
twelve of the opposing players.
Three home run? were made, all by
members of the Cathedral nlw Hcaly
in the fourth, and N\ ornan and Marke
in the sixth and seventh respectively.
The score:
Cathedral f, I 6 2 6 1 1 0 2-24
Xovier 2 I 3 0 4 3 0 0 0-18
Hstterlen?O'Brien and Marke; Hayes,
Goring and McCarthy.
The McBurncy School tennis team
scored Its eighth consecutive victory
yesterday when it downed the Frank
lin School racquet wlelders on the
home courts by five matches to none.
This is the s?cond clean sweep that
McBurney has made in two days, hav
ing beaten Betters Prep the day be
fore by the same result
Charles M. Wood. Jr. former national
boy champion, starred In both hla
singles and doubles matches. Edgar A.
Dawson, alwo a member of the Mc
Burney School, national Junior title
holder, did not compete yesterday.
Morris High School's rifle team de
feted Stuyvesant In a dual match on
the Stuyvesant sub-target gun yester
day, 233 points to 243 out of a possible
280. Feraca of Morris made the high
est total, .14 out of 35 points. The
Luoa Klnkel 31
Hexatan 2*1 Winter 31
Kramer 31 :10
Kalin IMtlSellmen 2D
I.ehrnhaym 31 Silvers 32
Fredd 81 Feraca 3 (
Kurt* 80 ftiddell 83
Wlthens 301 Mortimer 33
Total 2481 Total 233
The first of the New York schools
to start for the Penn relay carnival
will be De La Salle Institute, which
lesves this morning The runners who
will accompany Brother Richards are
Tom Darcy, Steve Baronavsky, Ralph
Voudy, Eddie Hwlnburne, Frank Mc
Claln and Andy Bullo. For the first
time I>a Kalle will have a team entered
in the two mile race, as well as the
one mile relay.
The De La Salle one mile quartet,
which has cleaned up In every race
this season, will run In the follow
ing order: Darcy. Baronavsky, Voudy
?nd Swinburne, wilh the possibility of
a last minute change substituting Mc
Clain. The two mile team will run
Baronavsky. Darcy, Bullo and Swin
bnrne. Brother Richards figures In
trial performances that the latter com
bination should accomplish 8:24. Dc
La Salle won last year and Is out to
score in its class again.
New York's only entries in cham
pionship classes are Poly Prep?In the
Class B one mile relay championship
for preparatory schools, which it won
last year: and De Witt Clinton and
Stuyvesant In the Class B one mile
relay championship for high schools,
won by the latter, with Clinton second.
A1 Calrnos, the Clinton coach, an
nounces his team will consist of FreA
Handy and Cecfl Cook, P. S. A. Li.
220 and 4W yard champions respec
tively, and Sig Atlas, Nlcolaldea and
Welsman The first four will run, but
Mr. Calrn?s wKl not decide In what
order nmfl the time of the race. The
Red and Black . entourage will leave
to-morrow morning to arrive a few
hours befw>> the event Is called at 4
P M.
The quartet which will represent
Stuyvesant Is composed of Paul White,
Joseph Oberweger, George Olerschavnkl
and Carlo Flgueroa. Accompanying the
team will be Wilrtiar H. Bradshaw
snd Albert Collins, coaches, and Fran
cis Hussey, the sprinting star. The ap
pearance of Flgueroa In the relay
bolsters up the wiuad to considerable
extent. The Porto Rlcan has covered
the 440 In (2 seconds flat and the team
Is expected to do 3 :J8. The other entries
In this class are Baltimore Poly, Har
risburg Tech, which ran third In this
class in 1921; Dunbar High, Bridgeport
and Clearfield.
Clasn 13 will have the most entries
of New Tork high schools in one
division, with Flushing, Curtis and
Manual Training toeing the mark with
six other schools. The Manual Train
ing group will be Clarke. Weeks, Har
old Lange and Bd Sleplan. running In
that order. Sleplan Is the lad who
broke his novitiate and the record In
the 300 yard novice run In the Prince
ton Club's Indoor meet. He is doing
? ; 4-5 second* for the quarter and
f*<*ch Bloom has timed the squad In
8-8S. Mr. Bloom thinks that his team
will have to beat Baltimore City Col
lege to cop the hunting. Baltimore
ran close behind Hamilton Collegiate
Institute, the Canadian entry ln the
Class A. championship, In a dual meet,
and looks very good for Ita class.
Fast Trial Abandoned and
Colt Steps 31 ile and
- Eighth in 2;02.
?y henry v. kino.
The wind blew a gale at the Jamaica
track yesterday morning, and Fred
I'urjew did not let Morvich rut!, as ho
*nd ZnlVtl0' khg ,et hIm ? mne
vvuk ? e'^hth. but only at a gallop
thl .in the Hadd,e he gallop<vi
ished nCf, in and eHsed "P Hn
Wh1??fh ,and a t?uarter in 2:19.
the vet?r?n0r, ?'HS n0t fHSt' 11 Phased
yeteran trainer. The colt Dulled
up without taking a long breath and
murnod to his stall kicking andpiay
ing like a young two-year-old.
trackr forttnd'nff ?n the w,nd 8wePt
track for more than five minute*
down IE* the dUfit fIy ln cl?uds up and
tnTJ* thC S ftches' Bui"lew decided that
InJ.w i rUn hl* bMt prove
injurious, and he Informed Mr. Benja
min Block, the owner, who was pres
ent with a host of friends, that he was
Hs"or?l X7V6 hJm a "k,W mile ln nbo(,t
In -M Jl ATd 1 m"e a,Kl a furlong
inrfJ ^ n brou*ht 'orth the colt
McAt^The Jh? 8am? '"formation to
wcAtee. The Jockey broke the colt at
the six furlong pole, took a tiRht grip
colt to ?7inS fnd a,lowed th0 unbeaten
L ull?,? under hard restraint
?h ? 1 i rst eiBhth in 0:13 2-5
0 3?q4 s h. ? ?:23<-5. three-eighths in
In 1-0! 1b ? ? ?:G14'5- "ve-elghths
i".,1 f1 \~B- ?'* furlongs in t :19 3-5. the
in 2-02 rh the-mile and an eighth
" 2.;*2- There he took a firmer grip
JlT a*?. eas'ng up almost walked
past the mile and a quarter pole in 1:19.
a r.1"? Mor^,r,h wa? leaving the track
, 1?m BeImont Park arrived and
out of it stopped two of Gifford A
O^hrans' three-year-olds. June Grot*',
which coat $.>0,000 yant year, and Polv
anthla, a filly, which scored an Im
preaslve victory at Saratoga last sum
mer. Jim Evans, the trainer, sent them
from Belmont to get them accustomed
to the track. They are Paumonok
candldates and are ready to
June Grass showed a sensational turn
v!i,r?PP . ?Lh a "trong wind against
him most of the way he made the beat
time of the season at the course. With
nan O'Neill, the assistant taralner, on
his back, the son of Short Grass covered
five furlongs In 1 :01 4-5. Danny
weighs more than 130 pounds.
Polyanthia ran with Jun? Grass, but
was distanced. Immediately after the
work they were, shipped back to Bel
mont Park.
T>esplte the terrific wind there were
several fast works at Belmont Park.
Samuel Riddle's Oceanic, the speedy
black son of The FMnn, which showed
great promise early last season, went
a mile in tho excellent time of 1:42.
Louis FVustel, the young trainer who
developed Man o' War, was greatly
Pleased with the work. Oceanic seemed
to have plenty of speed left at the end
Sam IllldreHi sent some of his good
horses out for a stiff work. Kai-Sang
accompanied by Mad Hatter were sent
? 71U"' T!,*y negotiated the distance in
1 :43. William A., one of his Derby can
didates. breezed a half mile in 49 ; Billv
Watts, another three-year-old. went six
furlorgs with Krewer In 1 :lfi. Knobble
3Jid Thunderclap worked together three
quarter. in 1:17 3-5. Grey L?g made
nis first appearance on the track, but
he ww out for an airing. He galloped
a mile in 1:45.
Harvard Boxer to Train
for Bout With McKenna
C'ambripoe, Mass.. April 27.?Eddie
rm*r Y*'* boxing captain and
Oljmplc amateur lightweight champion.
8,1? i" .a "tUdent ,n U,e "?'"?vard Uiw
SAool. to-day put himself in the hands
: * hoxlng instructor, and
started serious work with the aim of re
deeming himself for a defeat adminis
tered by Charles McKenna of New York
in the national championships In Boston
last week Kagan will take part in a
New York boxing tourney Msy 4 and
hopes to turn the tables on McKenna.
Lacrosse Team
Of England
Crescent Athletic Club
Of Brooklyn
Where Read and Mth St.. Bmoklyn, W. *.
Saturday, April 29, 1922,
?t 3:00 P. M.
tickets. O.vr IK)I t ar
Tickets may be secured at the entrnnm
AthleticciubT''*0"'*' cASm
n T. Buhway to WthJJk ?? ??h Av.
His Boniface and Hildur Beat
Good Fields at Havre de
Special Dispatch to Tub Nsw Vn?K H?**">?
Bai.ttmo*k, Md.. April 27.?That long
missing quantity termed public form
suddenly returned to Havre de Grace
racing and enabled the Commander J. K.
X* Rom Milks to score the first double
of the meeting, as well as the success
of several others whose previous per
formances gave them the right of con
The Orange and Black of the Canadian
sportsman attained prominence when
his Hildur and Lion d'Or finished first
P.nd second in the six furlong Greenwich
Handicap and later when Bonlfaco led
the way home in the mile and a six
teenth Aero Handicap.
The latter event was robbed of much
of Its original attractiveness when the
Harry 1'ayne Whitney Derby candidate
Olympus was withdrawn upon Instruc
tions from headquarters at Brookdale
Farm. ?
The running produced a contest keen
beyond the c*pectalionn of the large
crowd that had hoped for a duplication
of the struggle Boniface and Olympus
staged on their recent meeting. The. five
contestants gave Starter Millon three
minutes worry, during which Jeg kicked
Billy Burton heavily and probably af
fected hs later running.
By Gone Days broke with his usual
sluggishness, but was quickly sent to the
paerrwlth Slippery Kim, his closest at
tendant, while Boniface dropped Into
third position three lengths back.
The leaders were compelled to breast
| a stiff wind through the backstretch.
The effort proved tiresome, as they
showed while rounding the home turn,
where Slippery Elm wavered while
Turner called upon Boniface. The lat
ter had been running In a choppy stride,
but responded handsomely under his top
weight of 124 pounds by racing along
side Bygone Days and outgamed him by
a half length at the finish.
The teamwork of Lang and Turner,
wearing the Ross colore. In the Green
wich was perfect and made their wide
victory the easier. Lion d'Or, wit': top
weight. 128 pounds, sacrificed his win
ning chance by racing off with the
spe?dy Carmandale for the first three
furlongs, so that he tired in the final
furlong when Lang brought Hildur up
on the outside and off to his two length
Lion d'Or had four lengths to spare
over the tiring Carmandale. The fast
early pace enabled tho six furlongs to
be run In 1:12 2-5.
Havre de Grace Entries.
First Race?rursn $1,200; claiming; maiden
two-year-olds: four furlong*;
Index. Wt.[Index. Wt
128 Brushwood 15 9. Goldman.. 11?.
120 Roval Oak...113 120 Veronloa 112
142 The Ulster ..115 29 Athanna 112
142 Illusionist ...1121 71 'Jennie C lOi
120 Our Tellle... 112| 106 'St. Angeilna.107
Second Race?The Harford Steeplechase
Handicap; purse $1,500; four-year-olds and
upward; about two miles:
Index. Wt. | Index. w<:
? Sweepment ..150| ? Sea Wold ...13."
? Baronet ....13*1 107'St. Paul 1.14
1411* Free State ..13*', 140 Formlstress ..1X1
121? tNonus 1IM! 149 B. O'Lynn.. ..130
l.i.V fPlst. Shore. 13.1
1 Foreman and Tending entry.
Third Race?rurse $1,200; claiming: three
yenr-old?; six furlongs:
Index. Wtilndex. Wt.
115? Camouflage , 122| C11"> ?V.-Oialrm n.110
? tRumiuol .. ? 11H Vi 'Sagacity ..??109
? ^Simplicity ..lOH! ? Skeeter 107
R2 Redmon 117i 127' 'Tidings 105
152 D. de Morpy. 1171 24 'Klrah 104
? 'M. Maxim.. 1121 ? Miles 8 103
? 'M House... 112 148 *L. B. Sheep. 98
ISO Jocose Ill 114 Wlnneconne...101
14H 'llld. Jewel..lio!
tTerrell and Murphy entry.
Fourth Race?The Albemarle Purse; $1,200;
three-year-olds; six furlongs:
Index. Wt.I Index. Wt.
137 Comic Fong.llrt 39 Honorable ...113
150 Cape Pillar.. 11?! (150) Ultimata ... .111
? Redstone ...113 123 Double Cross.110
? Mercutlo ....113 ? tBunrelgh .. -110
Pillory 113 137 tDlnahmeur .105
ta'l Jos. Brant..113 144 Blue Ribbon..108
1.10 Long Island. 113,
tWillis Sharps Kilmer entry.
Fifth Race?Tho Madonna Purse; $1,-00,
fill law and mare#; uiree-year-olds and up
ward; mile and seventy yarito:
Index Wt.I Index. WL
103' Polly Ann...11?| <95) S'd Thoughts.lOfi
124' Dresden . ...lOfii 158' Prelude 92
(124) Muttlkins ...110! 145'Sailing Along K)
Sixth Race?Purse $1,200; claiming; three
year-olds ; mile and seventy yard*
li*d? Wt.Undex. Wt.
7S? Pluckv 112 125 "f Veng'nce.105
7fl Timbrel 112 13? FWr Virginla.104
lf,0 'M. Man 10?! 150 'Bountiful ...108
13? Sword 107 70"0ur Betsy... 01
78 'Grass Tree. 107| (112> 'Lady Zeus...100
(125) Bullet 107, 148 'High C 10O
.Vendor ..,.10* 12V Bill s Lurk ..101
123 'Devonlte ...107 125 'Diversity ...100)
125 '(1. Foster. ..106[ 125 Thriller 103
(122) Toodles KWI 155 Forest Queen. 95
Seventh Race - Purse. $1,200; claiming:
four-year-olds and upward; mllo and a fur
Inllex Wtilndex. Wt.
l"f, Hendrte ...10* 147 T'stle Queen.. 101
iS 'Dan . ..... 10?t I40"H. C. Basch.101
134 'Trickster II.10BJ 121 Brlganna ...101
84 'John Arbor.lOtij 140 'Fair Lassie.im
140 Cote d'Or...ion! 147 'Pansy 90
l.-,4? 'Copyright ..10*11 153 'Pol'y C.v...10.1
141> 'Phalarls ..10?| ltil Smart Money. 11.1
133 'Lucy Kate..10H| 147' 'M. Luckett.. 91
_ Doctor Jim.. 1'*' 133 ?Uttls
M? 'Rustler J0? 154 'Miss F talne.lOB
?Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed.
UAVKE Die GRACE RACETRACK, April 2T Clean truck fast.
FIRf'T RACE?Claiming. Three-year-oldSi snd upward. Purse, $1,208.65. 81a
furlongs. Winner, b. c., 3, by Star Shoot-I>lcker. Owner and trainer. F. HOP
KINS. Time, 1:15 1-3. Start bad. Won driving. Place same. Post, 3:11.
Off. 2:40.
~i Kin. Jockey. St
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St.
100' Daro 103 15 1
127 Satana 107 2 7
? Royalllcu 107 11 ft
? War Map 112 i> H
127 Lloyd George... 107 7 4
77 Pretender 112 11 10
70 G. Washington..107 12 13
? Spring Vale 107 8 3
86 Whalebone 114 3 14
100 Runfra 1(1 10 S
? Justine E 01 13 6
65 Edna D 105 4 12
? Mumbo Jumbo... 117 9 2
64 Midnight Stories. Wl 1
05'Forest Queen.... 91
?, vy> i|
7'.S ?<*:<?
01 12' T*
11 14 14
Left at post
Lang |7.?0
Martz ?
T. Hiima ?
11. Rice ?
Wall* ?
Chalmers ?
Gantner ....... ?
Schwartz ?
Swart ?
Freshon ?
Thomas ?
Boyle ?
McLaughlin .... ?
|5 00
Dare, running a greatly Improved race, raced Justine E. Into submission, was dolu
his beat at end. Satana closed fast. Koyatlleu was running strong at end. Justine E.
quit. Forest Queen was left at post.
Scratched?Capers, Max Gold, Mldlan. Lucky Girl, Petigourlne.
SECOND RACE?For two-year-olds. Maidens. Fillies. Purse 11.208 65. Four
furlongs. Winner, ch. f., 2, by Spanish Prince?Fresnoy. Owner. GREENTREE
STABLE. Trainer. J. Ilowu, Jr. Time, 0:47 2-5. Start good. Won driving.
Place same. Post, 3:08. Off, 3:10.
? - - -? Fln<
Index. Hjrae.
90 Solisa 114
128 Carmen Pantages.... 114
? *KIrk Lady 114
128 Elizabeth Brlce 114
? Wlndlgo 114
? ?Paplllon 114
I'O Panasuln 114
?R. T. Wilson, Jr., and W.
Wt. PP. S?.
Jockey. St.
Morris 98.30
Johnson ?
C. Turner ?
T. Rice ?
Allen ?
Butwell ?
Kelsay ?
... J. Salmon entry.
SolIsa avoided the early pace, came wide In stretch, closed gamely, caught Cannen
Pantagos tiring In last sixteenth and won going away. Carmen Pantages broke *a'L
forced a terrlrta paw, but tired. Kirk Lady ran a good race. Wlndlgo dwaJt as the
barrier went up. Elizabeth Brice quit.
^Scratched?Elizabeth Bean, Ethereal Blue.
TIMRD RACE?Three-year-olds and upward. Maidens. Purse ft.208 65. Mile and
seventy yards. Start good. Won driving. Place same. Post, 3:38. Off. 3 39.
4, by Wrack?Roblneta. Owner and trainer, MAX 1IIRSCH.
Winner, b.
Time, 1:45 4-5.
Index. Horse. Wt. PI
? F'lng Cloud.115 8
144 Vitamin ...106 2
1443 Star Jester..110 5
122 Hickory UOO ?>
102 'Lollipop ...I'd 7
114 Coolgardle . U#> 1
150 Vlnevard ...1011 a
122 'High Magic.lot!
H * M. Fin. Jockey.
3* 2V4 1'i 1'i Marlnelll
r>'? 3? 2' 25
2'H l'V4 3>? 3>
C. Turner..
J. Rowan..
Note???tar jester ran Independently Instead of being coupled In Saiubrla-Ross entry
as stated In entries.
?Coupled as the Snlubrla Stable-Samuel Ross entry.
Flying Cloud ran as If best. lie was restrained to the top of the stretch, went Into
lead, "but liad to be ridden hard at end. Vitamin came with a rush. Star Jester
purely a sprinter Ho had plenty of speed for six furlongs. Vineyard world of speed
for half mile. Others not much.
FOURTH RACE?Thn Frollo Purse. Three-year-old fillies. Purse, $1,208.65.
St%rt fair. Won drlvltlg. Place same. Mile and seventy yards. Post, 4:07.
Off. 4:11. Time. 1:46 2-5. Winner, b. f., 3. by Maiamont?Bracktown Belle.
Owner ajid trainer, E. W. MOORE.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St.
05 Or. Mayers..106 7 3
137 Caretaker ...106 6 4
124 Prelude 100 5 2
120 Roulette ....10(t 1 1
X7> Last Effort. 102 4 6
124 Yashmak ...111 2 7
All Fair Ill 3 3
'AH* M. Fin. Jockey.
3' 4> 3?H1'% 1'% Allen
1' 2'%2?
2?H 1" 1'
4 3 4
5 5 5
7 6 6
8*14 2V4 J. Rowan
2' 3"/jC. Robinson
4 4 C. Kummer
5 5 Lang
rt (! L. Morris
7 C. Turner.
Grace Mayers, showing improvement, followed early puce to middle of the tipper
turn, then went up on outside and took command In the streach and held Caretaker
safe. Caretaker appeared beat at three furlong pole, but csme again In the stretch
and finished fast. Prelude had no excuse. She Is not a atayer. Roulette no excuse.
Yashmak hacked away as the barrier went up and was as good as left at post
l.ast Effort no excuse.
Scratched?Maryland Belle.
1^(1 FIFTH RACE?The Greenwich Handicap. Three-year-olds and upward. Purse,
''v $1,508.65. Six furlongs. Winner, hlk. c., 4. by Star Shoot?Shelby Belle. Owner,
J. K. L. ROSS. Trainer, II. McDanlel. Time, 1:12 2-5. Start good. Won easily.
Place auine. Post. 4:41. Off. 4:44.
% Fin. Jockey. St.
:!'? 1' % 13 Lang $3.40
I3 2? 2? C. Turner
8>? 3
Index. Horse.
Wt. PP. St. hi K
130* 'Hlldur 100
116= Lion (1'Or 126
10il Carmandaie 115 2 2 2> 2>? J!10 3* Johnson
117 Trevelyan 109 5 6 6 6 5 4 I,. Morris ? ? ?
136 Vibrate 00 C o 4 4 4 5 Howard ? ? ?
? Cromwell 107 4 4 5 i 0 6 Wallace ? ? ?
?Coupled as J. K. L. Ilo?s entry.
Illldur was rated behind tho pace to t!ie middle of the turn, then went up with a rush
and won only ralloplng at end. Lion d'Or torced early pa- e and w as easily next besC
Carmandaie attempted to run away with race but quit at end of thrco furlongs.
Trevelyan worth remembering.
No scratches.
SIXTH RACE?Tho Radio Handicap. Three-yrar-olds and upward. Mile and a
sixteenth. Time, 1 :47. Purse. $2,508.63. Winner, b. h., 7, by Transvaal?
Cerlna. Owner. J. K. L. ROSS. Trainer. H. McDanlel.
driving. Placo same. Post, 5:14. Off, 5:1
Start good. Won
Index. Horse
(131) Boniface ...124
131 Bygone Days 07
131 Jeg 101
(81) S'pery Elm.. 95
? B'ly Barton. 104
Wt. PP. St.
i" i"
3'V4 4?
2 4
M. Fin. Jockey.
"ti IVi C. Turner
1i 21 Swart
4" 3> Marlnelll
3 4 Lang
St. PI.
$2.70 $2.40
? 5.90
Bonlfari, outrun the early part, was hard ridden to get up: closed with a rush In last
furlong and won going away. Bygone Days was used up racing with Slippery Elm, but
held on well. Jeg made up ground. Slippery Elm tired after running good lor six
furlongs. BUly Barton no speed.
Scratched?Olympus, Muttlklns.
SEVENTH RACE?Claiming. For four-year-olds ar.d upward. Purse, $1,208.65.
One mile and three-sixteenths. Winner, ch. g.. 4, by Aeronaut?Tan. Owner. O.
I.. GOODACRK. Trainer, M. C. Kelly. Time. 2:1-5. Start good. Won driving.
Placo Hani". Post, 5:47. Off, " 48.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St.
132" Tan Son.. ..Ill 0 5
139a Fluzey 103 3 7
118 Lady Lillian.104 2 1
118' Joan of Arc.101 6 9
(139) Episode 107 5 8
132 Dark Hill...113 8 4
1S31 Roseate 102 4 2
? S. Bouquet... 1 OH 1 3
139 S. Money 107 " *
'i '.i %, M. Fin. Jockey.
??? 2'
9 9
Thf mas $8.70
Wallace ?
Lang ?
T. Hums ?
Maitz ?
R R Ice ?
Ilrydges ?
Parke ?
J. Rowan
4 30
Tan Son. well up with the pace, closed gamely and Just lasted to win. Fluzey held on
well. Lady Lillian made up a lot of ground Episode suffered much interference. Dark
Hill oult badly after showing early s)H'ed.
Scratched?Clean Gone and Weary.
Wesleyan Football Men
Out for Spring Practice
Special Dispatch Jo Tfiw New York Hct.m tv
Middi.etown. Conn.. April 27.?Coach
i Fred Martin has ordered the Wesleyan
football men out for spring practice and
J about a dozen have responded for work
! in forward and center passing and drop
\ kicking and punting.
Dick Steele lias been taking care ot
the kickers, Herm Berlew of the centers
and Charley Butler of the ends. Be
cause of track work Coach Martin has
not been able to devote much time to
the football men.
Among those who have appeared for
practice are ('apt,-elect Smith, Ail ken,
Conway. King, J. M. Adams, Robison,
Scrlgglrv*. Blrkley, Summers. C. M
Lester, Challenger, Jacobson, H. E. Les*
ter, R. H. Stewart, Berrien and Hayed.
Carnegie Beats Delaware.
NEWARK, Del., April -7.?Cnrnegl ? got ;
the jump on Delaware In tl:? opening inning
j of to-day's ;:ani?> and wa? never neaded. |
winning by the *<-ore of 6 to I.
M. I. T. Crew Shifted for
Race With Naval Academy
Boston, April 27.?A shift in the Mas- ,
.saohusetts Institute of Technology crew,
which will race the Naval Academy at
Annapolis Saturday, was announced to
day. The men involved remain in the
boat, but change seat? The order will
be: Bow. Blood; 2, Mollnar; 3, Dris
coll; 4, Valentine: 5, Eaton; 6, Great
wood ; 7, McCurdy; stroke. Brill; Cox
swain, R. II. Kean. The crew leaves to
night for Annapolis and will have a
workout on the Severn to-morrow.
Paddon Will Defend Sculling
Title in Race With Arnst
Wellington, N. Z., April 27.?James
I'addon, who won the world's profes- 1
Monul sculling championship on April
18 when he defeated Robert Hadfleld at
Wanganui, has agreed to row Richard
Arnst. former champion, for the title
and a purse of ?500. The race is to be
' held within three months.
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