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SIMMS UNCOVERS NEW THREE-YEAR-OLD WONDER HORSE AT SARATOGA
Son of Lake McLuJie and
Pamphyle Beats Riddle's
Brocklesby Easily.
HULLABALOO WINS AGAIN
? ^
Leads Billy Watts by Two
Lengths in Seneca?Fator
Gives Bad Eide.
By IIEJfUY V. KINO.
Saratoga, Aug. fr.?Edward P. Slmms
uncovered a three-year-old colt In the
last race on the track here this after
noon, which promises to give a good
account of himself In the rich stakes
to be decided later In the year. He Is
Southern Cross, a dark brown son of
Luke McLuke and Pamphyle. He Is
a fine looking colt and he can run fast
and far. Bred by Jack Keene In Ken
tucky, he was sold as a yearling to
Mr. Simms at a sum reported to be
$15,000. When tried as a yearling and
early as a two-year-old he was con
sidered the best la the Simms Stable,
being fnster than My Play, Lucky
Hour and Missionary. Just as he was
reuiiy for the races last season he went
wrong and nothing was heard of him
until he trotted out for to-day's event.
At the post he acted a little preen,
but when the barrier went up he
stepped to the front and before the first
furlong: had been covered he was speed
ins along a length In front of his field,
which was led by 8amuel Riddle's
Brocklesby. Just before rounding the
turn Schuttinger eased up Southern
Cross and Brocklesby raced to his
throat latch, and the pair then raced
a* a team for a sixteenth of a mile.
Then Schuttinger took back and al
lowed Brocklesby to set the pace Just
before entering the homestretch South
ern Cross received free rein ai*l he
virtually ended the race in a few Jumps. !
He darted away from Brocklesby and '
then galloped all through the home-*
stretch to win eased up by eight lengths
Although never urged to do his best,
Southern Cross covered t1 o one mile
route In the fast time of 1:38.
Rectortovrn Break* Right Le*.
Robert L. Gorry's Rectortown was
favorite at 6 to 5 in the race, and ran
well for a quarter of a mile. Then,
without any apparent reason, he broke
his front right lop and was destroyed.
A slight rain fell all afternoon, and
while the track was not heavy, it was
dull and greasy. Despite the inclement
weather a bjg crowd was present.
Bill Clandy's Hullabaloo won the Sen
era Selling Stakes, tho featuro of the
card. It was a sprint at six furlongs.
Hullabaloo followod the pace net by E!
R. Bradley's Banker Brown until a fur
loug from homo, where ho went to the
front and drew away to win,Jn a gallop
Harry F. Sinclair's Billy Watts, which
had been badly outrun In the early
stages, finished with a rush and took
the second end of tho purse. Richard
T. Wilson's Tangerine was third. Billy
Watts pulled up lame.
The West Is meeting with a fair share
of success here. Its representatives have
won a race every day no far. This
afternoon Desl\a Breckenridge's Braed
elbane beat a good tleld In the Lurerne
Purse. Ho led all tho way aid with
standing a determined challenge In the
final furlong from Little Chief won by
half a length. Braedelbane Is a nice
three-year-old colt by Jack Atkln, but
there is a question If ho was the best
In the race.
Little Chief received a wretched ride
from Fator. The Joekey got him away
none loo well and when he did get him
going well he ran into a pocket and
was compelled to take back. Once he
. started to ease up, he made a good
job of It and took back until he was
absolutely last and at least ten lengths
behind Bradelhane, who was setting a
fast pace. Kntering the homestretch
Fator found an opening next to tho
rail and rushed Little Chief through
it. In the run home Little Chief made
up more than half a dozen lengths, but
hung In the last few strides.
Fator Threatened With Vacation.
Fator was severely criticised for his
ride and It was reported* that Sam
Hlldreth, his trainer, told him he will
havo to Improve or tako a. vacation.
Fator has been riding inconsistently for
several weeks. Some of his work
seemed little less than criminal. At
other times he rode better than Sande.
Mrs. Walter H. Jeffords's Two Feath
ers showed big improvement over his
last race when ho beat home a small
lield of platers In the Plttsfleld handi
cap. Ho followed the pace until a fur
long from home, when he went to the
front and in a driving finish won by a
head from William Daniel's Costlgan.
Two Feathers was at 10 to 1 and he
was heavily supported.
Harry F. Sinclair's Edict led fcnme a
big field of cheap Juveniles In the open
ing race. She led from start to finish
and won galloping half a dosen lengths
In front of Rustepi at the end.
After her victory Sam Louts went
Into the sales ring and bid her up from
*3.700 to 15,700. This was not enough,
for Sam Hlldreth retained her with an
additional $5 bid.
In the next raes 8am Lanlrf* Halu
N*at a chrap band of platers over the
mile route. It was a claiming nffair
and after Halu's victory there were sev
eral claims In for him. J. fl. Ward and
^ry'. *ctln? for ths Bancoeas
Ntable, bid the same amount, and In the
draw Leary won. He took Halu In re
taliation for Louis's bidding up Edict
Mack Oarner, the little Western
Jockey, Is making the Eastern stars of
the Raddle look like apprentice boys. He
Is riding like a Trojan. Every time he
gets a mount his horsemanship plays an
important part in the result. At Empire
City he rode Dr. Clark to victory In a
way that recalled the days of Johnny
Ijoftus. He made no mistake with Dust
Flower In the flash, and to-day his ride
on Braedelbane was perfect And ho Is
a clean rider, too. He does not revert to
rough work of any kind and he keeps his
course throughout
Jersey Bouts To-night.
Two of New Jersey's ring performers
will engage at the Bayonne A. A to
night when Johnny Darcy of Bayonne and
Johnny Drummlo of Jersey City dash
In a twelve round bout. This bout will
"wo Becon<J meeting between the
Rein Halts Goshen Races.
UosiiKN, N. Y? Aug. 3.?Rain to-day
eaused the Monroe hsrness races to be
postponed. This will neces.ltate hold.
InB tho ructs Saturday afternoon
Union Club Crew Wins
in National Regatta
# I
Harlem Oarsmen Win Junior
Quadruple Sculls?New
York A. 0. Third.
gftcial Dispatch to Tbi N*w Yosk Hnur.r |
Philadelphia, Pa, Aug. S.?Sunshine,
rain and soma thrilling finish** marked
the opening of the Golden Jubilee na
tional regatta on the Schuylkill River
In Falrmount Park this afternoon.
Over the same cour?e that saw the
start of the National Association of
Amateur Oarsmen regatta In 1872 Junior
scullers fought it out. Out of the six
races three went to Philadelphia crews,
two to the Arundels of Baltimore and
the other to the Union Boat Club of
New York.
A number of old time oarsmen wb>
took part In the first national regatta
fifty years ago were present. Including
Charles Myers, who as a member of the
N&saau Boat (hub of New Tork won the
(.enlor singles. Mayor J. Hampton
Moor* officially opened the regatta by
firing the pistol at the start of tl.o
Junior doubles.
The Unions of New York came through
with an Impressive victory In Junior
quadruple sculls, while tho,rain clouds
got blacker over the course. The New
Yorkers, with C. J. Dixon, G. Waschek,
M- Lampmann and W. Bertsch In tho
sculling seats beat the Bachelor's Bargo
Club of this city by seven lengths.
1 hunder pealed while tho Unions were
pulling down the east side of the course.
New York A. C. Is Third.
The New York Athletic Club and the
Bachelors staged a fight of their owr.
for second place, the Phlladelphlans
winning the place by a ?cant four feet.
Sydney Jelllneck and Ralph Roberts,
members of Penn's varsity crew, occu
pied No, 3 and stroke seats In the Bacht
eior's boat. The Undine Barge Club of
this city was last. The Unions, who
timed their pace well and steered well,
sculled the mile and a quarter In 6 min
utes 39 2-5 seconds.
Charles Mcllvaln of the Vesper Boat
Club won the first heat In Junior sin
gle gigs and later won the final by
eight lengths.
In his heat Mcllvaln had at least five
lengths to spare over Francis Caton,
Jr., of the Falrmount Rowing Assocla- ,
tlon of Philadelphia, with Clarence O
W^rd of the Nassau Boat Club of New
York, third; W. Everett Haynes, R;i
venewood Boat Club, of New York,
fourth,, and J. Campbell of the Cres
cents, last. Mcllvaln covered the mils
and a quarter In 8 minutes 231-5 sec
onds. The first two men qualified U>r
the final. Ward of New York was only
six feet back of Caton.
John P. Cunningham of the West
Philadelphia Boat Club and John N*.
Bream of the Montrose Boat Club fin
ished first and second respectively In
the second heat of junior single gigs.
It looked like a dead heat, but the of
ficials gave Cunningham first place by
one foot. The time wajs 8 minutes 51
seconds.
Adolph Woll, Jr., of tlw Undine Barge
Club, was third, and Charles Stokes.
Jr., Bachelors Bargo Club, last.
Haynes Is Disqualified.
William Haynes of the Metropolitan
Rowing Club of New York finished first
In the opening heat of the junior sinslo
shells, but was disqualified for not pass,
ing under the proper arrh at the trolley
bridge. He had a half length on Thomas
Molloy of the Naaaau Boat Club of New
York, who was then given first place. J.
l.enhart Knxle qf the Undine Barge
Club, who finished third, was given
second place and qualified with Molloy
for the final.
Robert G. Mawhlnney of the Columbia
Rain Forces Postponement
of Grand Circuit Feature
Only One Heat of Stake Is
Trotted at Toledo.
Fort Miami Park, Toi.kdo. Aug*. 3
(Associated Press).?Tho racing at the
Grand Circuit track here this afternoon
was marred by Inclement weathfcr. Only
one heat of the feature event, the Elks
Club Stake, 2:08 trot, was raced when
the rain caused postponement of the re
mainder of the day's card. Four races
will be on the program for next Satur>
day.
In the free for all pace Johnny Quirk,
driven by Fred Egan, nosed out Roy
(?rattan by wlnnlug In straight heats.
The summaries:
The Elks Club Stake; 2:011 tret; (three
heat*. unfinished;) value S3,100:
Prlnos Lome, b. by Prince McKlnney
? McPevltt) 1
Herbclwyn, br. g., by Manrlrn (Erwln).. 2
Princess Etawali, b. m., by Et&wah
(Murphy) 3
Wnlter Sterling, b. g., by Peter Volo
fHtokes) 4
Tho Great Volo, b. h., by Peter tho Great
(Cox) S
Local J., b. g., by Legal Parade (War
man) dls.
Time 2:04H.
I Free for all pace; purae $1,200; (two In
throe heats):
Johnny Quirk, ch. g, by Hedgewood Boy
(Eltan) 1 1
j Hoy ('.rattan, b. k., by Q rat tan Royal
< Murphy) 3 9 I
Hal Maliune, b. by Prince Argot
(Chlldsi 8 8
| Jimmlo MeKerron, b. g, by Jack MrKer
ron (Ray) 4 4
Time 2.01, 2:01'4.
Saratoga Entries.
First Rare?Claiming: maiden fillies; two
year-olds; five furl?ng?:
Index. Wt.| Index. Wt.
? Rosa Ireta.. .lt>4| ? Htin Doll Ill
r>74 Poor Puss... 1041 ? ?Moonlet XVa/
574 I.lttle Hope. 1?V?! 445 Simplex
? Bedazzle ....1041 .1W) Bv. Sawyer... 109
?? Conundrum ,.10.'i| 014 Paddy's I.ass.I'M
? Malmsey ....104| ? V. of Dreams. 10?
? Tassel 112' ?01) *Ruhk? !X1
?40? Monardella. ..1041 ? Mary Pal ....104
? L, Reauty.. .1041 44.1 ftream (lays..104
?51 Sequel 105 M)7> IVlcadia KW
? Rock Poem .114, M>8 Heirloom ....104
Second Raee-Steeplechase: selling; four
year-olds and upward: about two miles:
Index. Wl?|Index. W
(455) Tell Me 147 f.i7? Jfallavlll 141
41.1 Now Haven.. 147 4.11 Rrvsn OT.ynn147
? *8?a Scot ...187| 407 Mohican 154
Third Race?The Mechantcvllle Handicap;
three-year-olds ami upward; mile:
Index. Wt.(Index. Wt.
? L. Madcap .114] ?K?< Thimble 1(>0
B41? R. McLihl'n.l'WV JM Georgia 102
? Rlaxes 114 *07 Mad Hatter.. 1.10
? Rest Pal ....117 335 Rroomster ...103
450 8. Screen ... 1041
Fourth Rare?The Harategn Sal's Stakes;
two-year-olds; five and a half furlongs:
Index.' YVt.|Index. Wt.
<3fl2) cyelops 1221 ?5I Cape Clear... 122
(?2I) Dustabout ..122! 053 Canaque 122
Fifth Race?Maidens; two-year-olds) five
furlongs:
Indox. Wt.(Index. Wt.
835 Sunday Best. 112' 510 TVIphrlsonla.. 113
? Felslde 113] ?2I Runlelgh ....118
BIO* llenna 1121 17fl Tuxedo 115
? B't Tom'r'w..11Ai Ml Eileen 112
? Aethnea ....1121 480 Douglioregan. 115
_ l.umlnlst ....115 ? Sun Thistle... 112
? Curtis 1 ml
Sixth Race?The Bred way Handicap; fil
lies; three-year-olds; six furloi.gai
Indox. Wt.| Indox. Wt.
415 floe's YVnx ..108 <144* Bonus 110
4S7' Mnnv Smiles.115] 5(18 Slierando ....110
MM? Prelude 1121 575 Roulette 107
? F. Phantom..lit!
Note?Tht fifth rate on the regular pro
grntn failed to fill and another was substi
tuted.
Wenther cloudy, track good.
?Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed.
Scheduled Boxing Bouts
TO-NIGHT.
Fifteenth Infantry?Young Otto
Georite Werner, It round* I Johnny
Clark vs. fammy Itutts, 10 rounds.
Bayoonp A. A Johnny Darcy ft. Johnny
I>rumiule, It round*.
Look 11 ranch A. A.?Gene Tunney TS.
Ky Thompson, It rounds.
Surf Avenue A. A.?Jack
Packey O'Gatty, M rounds; WUIIa
Herman vs. Jimmy Cooney, It rounds.
TO-MORROW NIGHT.
Asbury Park A. Anbury Park?Jack
Sharkry vs. Eddie Fletcher. U rounds.
Kldgewood Gruve Sporting Club?Al Boyle
vs. Sammy Good, 12 rounds; Henry
Mirk vs. Frankle Florlo, 10 rounds.
Commonwealth Club?Jimmy Kelly to.
Tony Lyons, IS rounds; Jimmy Carroll
vs. Jack Bernstein, U rounds.
y
Boat Club, Pittsburgh, was third, and
M. Hens of Crescent#, lut. Molloy
rowed the mile and a quarter In 8 min
utes and 34 seconds.
Francis Flnigan of the Malta Boat
Club and W. O. S. Boris, University
Barge Club, finished first and second
respectively in the second heat of
Junior single gigs, the former winning
by a length In 7 minutes 66 sec
onds. Edward Bennett of the Undine
liarge Club was third; John B. Huhn,
Bachelors Barge Club, fourth, and Joihn
J. Carlln, Falrmount Rowing Associa
tion, last. C. E. Cornell, Potomac Boat
Club, Washington, did not start.
The Arundels of Baltimore, with B.
Vlehmeyer and D. C. Williams In the
seats, won the Junior double shells from
a flold of four other starter;*.
The Baltimore pair set a fast pace
and finished three full lengths ahead
of Barton H. Mackey and Charles J.
Curran, Jr., of the Undine Barge Club,
with-- Nonemaker and Huber of the
Crescents third. Thomas and Molloy
and Clarence O. Ward of the Nassau
Boat Club, New York, fourth, and
Eberts and Falk of Fontchartraln Row
ing Club, Now Orleans, last. The Balti
more pair streaked down the mile and
a quarter in 7 minutes 21 1-5 seconds.
Baltimore followed with another vic
tory in Junior four oared gigs when
the Arundels flashed over tho line two
and a half lengths ahead of the Maltns.
with the West Phillies third and
? Crescents last. Tho Arundel gig,
manned by J. Q. Caldwell, C. A. Car
rigan, H. W. Scharle and R. B. Ger
hardt, with W. Downs In the coxswain's
seat, came down m No. 2 water and
steered a splendid course.
In tho Junior single gigs final Me
Ilvaine Jumped the field shortly after
tho start and was never extended, al
though his linal was 4 1-5 seconds faster
than his heat. After gaining his big
lead he eased up. John P. Cunningham
of the West Philadelphia Boat Club, was
second, finishing fully four lengths ahead
of John Brehm of the Monterose Boat
Club, while Francis Caton. Jr., of the
Falrmounts, brought up tlv? rear.
W. J. S. Borio of tli* University
Barge Club, a former Pcnn oarsman,
who got but a second place In his heat
of the Junior singles, surprised the talent
when be finished first in the final heat,
beating Francis FlnlgatV of the Malta
Boat Club by two lengths. Thomas
Molloy of the Nassau Boat Club of New
York was a poor third, and J. Eenhart
Knglo of the Undine Barge Club, who
qualified In the first heat, failed to start
In the final.
By far one of the most thrilling races
of the day was In the Junior singles, ihe
last event. With rain falling shortly
after 6 :30, the Undine Barge Club e'ght
poked its bow first under the trolley
bridgo and hold the advantage to the
finish line, where It had three-quarters
of a length on the Pennsylvania Barge
Club. The West Phillies were a poor
IthM.
Roddy, 17, Recent Novice,
Wins Senior A. Av U. Swim
Defeats Hall and Other Stars
in 500 Yard Race.
By tho narrow margin of a touch Ed
ward U. Roddy, Jr., of the Now York
A. C., a recent graduate from the ranks
of novices, wor. the 500 yard senior A.
A. U. championship swimming race in
| for pool at Madison Square Garden last
night Ills spectacular victory was
i quite a surprise, for he defeated some of
; the best furlong free style iwlmmcri In
| the East.
James W. Hall. Jr., of the Central T.
M. C. A. of Brooklyn, a one time cham
pion, was the favorite for the race, but
he was aeoonrt.
Roddy, who Is only 17 year* old. ha*
been competing In races for only two
| months.
The harlequin race, a novelty fea
I ture, resulted In a clever victory for
John J. Curron of the New York A. C.
over a field of forty-three opponents.
500 YAIID METROPOI.tTAN A. A. U.
CHAMPlONHirtP RACM KOR MEN?Won
by Edward U. noddy, Jr.. Now York A. C.;
James W. Hall, Jr.. Central Y. M. O. A.
of Brooklyn, second: E. Keating. Iloys'
Club, third. Time, (1:4<V
73 YARD HARLEQUIN RACE?Won by John
J. t'urren, N?v York A. C.; Joseph \V.
Kreuttner, unattached, second; H. Dltmas,
Central Y. M. C. A. of Brooklyn, third.
Time. 1 2M |-!1.
100 METER RACE FOR GIBUI Oiandlcrfb)?
Final heat won by Miss Alma Msnn,
Panama Canal Zone <13 seconds!; Miss
Genevieve Murray, Brooklyn tfport Club
(17 seconds), second; Miss Thelma Tlpson,
Brooklyn Sport Club (10 seconds), third.
Time. 1:4H 4-,-.,
FANCY DIVING CONTEST fhandlcap)
Won by Miss Alma Mann, Panama Canal
Zone (.1 points), with 82 0 points; Miss
Elizabeth Becker, Philadelphia (scratch),
with 78.9 points, second. Miss Florence
Briscoe, unattached (2 points), with 77.3
polnta, third.
Miss Riggin Is Cleared
of Charges by A. A. U.
Miss Alleen Rlggln, winner of the div
ing championship for women at the re
cent Olympic games, was exonerated of
charges affecting her amateur standing
at a meeting of the registration com
mittee of the Metropolitan A. A. IT. last
night. She was accuse^ of wr?lng syn
dicate stories on fancy diving for West
ern newspapers for a financial consid
eration.
Miss Rlggln and a witness testified
that the articles In question to which
her name was signed had not been
signed by her nor hail she authorised
any one lo sign them for her. After
hearing Miss RUgiu's story the com
mittee passed a Resolution clearing her.
Miss Rlggln, wlu> Is a minor, announced
that her parents have begun suit
against those responsible for the publi
cation ?f the stories.
The r -nmlttee sustained the protest
of Murray Vernon against the manage
ment n[ i ho recent baskethnll to<;rna?
ment held under the auspices of the
Brighton Beach A. A. Vernon claimed
that tho final game In which he was
eligible to play had not been called at
the time advertised. The club was or
dered to play the series again.
Woman Is Forced to Quit
England-to-France Swim
Dover, England, Aug. 3.?Mis* Mer
ccdes Gleltz was forced to-day to give
up her attempt to swim from England to
France after having been In the water
for eight hours.
Raymond Belmont Leads Rally
?Myopia Pololsts Also
. Win.
Br CAPT. H. H. HOLMES.
NikHRAOANBirrT Pre*, R. L Aug. 3.?
The polo tournament via continued to
day under good weather condition*.
Two games In the preliminary round
for the Atlantic cups were played. In
the first the Myopia team defeated a
Point Judith aide by IX goals to ? and
? In the second Philadelphia won over
Dedham by 9 goals to 7.
In the first match the Myopia players
were at all times loo good for their op
ponents, chiefly through their obvious
superiority In team work. The lineup:
MYOPIA. POINT JUDITH.
No. 1-N. W. Hlc? No. 1-J. K. F. 11
No 2?A. C. Burrage No. 2?11. O. Shaw 2d
No. 3?It. Burraga No. 3?It. B. Small
Hack?P. Ayer Back? Major-Ccn. H.
K. B?ih?l
Myopia?Ooals: It. Hurra**, A. O. Burrage
t4). Rio (4); allowed by handicap. 2
Total, 11. Point Judith?0?al?: Bathel,
Fell (2), Shaw (2). Small. Total, ?. Um
pire, Capt. H. H. Holmaa.
The second match was moat Interest
ing. Philadelphia, In receipt of thjee
goals by handicap, did not score until
the fourth period, when Dedham hud
not only wiped out the handicap deficit
but was two goals ahead. It looked a
walkover for the Boston aggregation,
but players and onlookers both failed to
take Into consideration Raymond Bel
tr.ont, who from that time onward never !
allowed the Bostoniana the upper hand
long enough to score except In the last
chukka, when Philadelphia had suffi
cient lead to ease up a bit.
Belmont scored three goals, but this
was no Indication of the sterling gamn
he played for his team when apparently
It was well beaten. George Earle
I nubstltuted at the last moment for
Julian B. Huff of Philadelphia, whose
pony fell with him, causing a compound
j fracture of Mr. Huff's leg.
! The lineup:
PHILADELPHIA. ! PKDHAM.
No. l-?0. H. Earla Sd|No. 1?G. O. roster
No. 2?It. Belmont No. 2?O. H. Dcmpaey
No. 3?J. W. Converse No. 3? F.H.Prince, Jr.
I Back?A. L. Spilth |Back-J. D. Clark
Philadelphia?Goals: Belmont (3), Earla (2),
Smith: allowed by handicap, 3. total, 0.
Dedham?Goals: Clark (3), Prince (2), Demp
sey, Foster. Total, 1.
Umpire?Capt. H. H. Holmea.
Ernest Kuhn Beats O'Brien
in Junior Tennis Final
Wins Title at Forest Hills,
6-3, 9-7, 8-6.
Ernest Kuhn, metropolitan Junior
tltleholder, a former George Washington
Illgh School star, was hard pressed to
win the junior championship of the New
York tennis center on the clay courts'of
tho West Side Tennis Club, Forest Hills,
I>. I., yesterday afternoon. He defeated
Paul I>. O'Brien of Yonkers, I'hilllps
Exeter Academy, student and holder of
the Westchester county Junior cham
pionship in the final round of tho tour
nament In three straight sets, the final
two of which were carried to deuce
several times. The scores were 6?3,
9?7. 8?6.
O'Brien, not as experienced In tourna- |
ment play as his opponent, put up a
wonderful game, and with a slight
change of luck would have carried the
match to Its limit of five sets. In the
second division of play the Yonkers
youth was leading, 6?4, on his own
service and had the advantage In points,
but a determined attack by Kuhn lost
him the game.
O'Brien was within a point of taking
the third set, and again Kuhn saved him
self by brilliant headwork. O'Brien led
at 6?5 and 40?30 on his service, but
smashing return by Kuhn lost tho
point that would have meant tho set.
A hard deuce game followed, which was
won by Kuhn, and then Kuhn broke
through service for the match. O'Brien
forced the net at every opportunity, but
could not hold his own In a back court
duel.
Mrs. T. E. Conklin's Yacht
Leads Fleet at West Hampton
Hpteial Cable to Tub New York Hbuiii.
Wkst Hami-toh, L. I., Aug. 3.?The
new station of the yacht squadron of
tho West Hampton Country Club will he
opened officially on Saturday. The
handsome little clubhouse Is situated on
the Speonk shore, a few miles from here.
In honor of the occasion the largest re
gatta of the season on Moriches Bay
haw been planned. in addition there
will be a elambako and dancing night.
The women members of the West
Hampton Country Club held their first
race yesterday. The wind was southeast
and fresh. Regardless of the strength
of the breeie the fair skippers handled
their respective craft In splendid man
ner. The conditions wero that no ono
but a woman tAust touch the tiller, al
tliorgh a man was allowed on each boat
to tend the main sheet. Regardless of
the fact that a man was allowed to
sail practically all of the yachts were
sailed by women.
In Class BB the winner was Adelaide
I., the properly of T. E. Conklln. It
was sailed by Mrs. Conklln. Mrs. Forbes
and Miss Ruth Haley. Adelaide I. de
feated W. L. Kldle's Htwlpecn by 7 min
utes and 4 seconds over the regular
^ourse of the yacht squadron. The Int.
ter craft was sailed by Miss Allison Dlx,
Miss Marlon Ailing and Miss Marlon
Hopklna.
Capablanca's Chess Match
With Yates Is Adjourned
Xjokoon, Aug. 3.?Results of thto af
ternoon'i session of the International
ohesa tournament, now being played In
Westminster to decide the champion
ship of the world, were as follows:
E. D. Bogoljuhow of Russia defeated
O. Marocxy of Hungary.
A. AlJ'-chlne of Russia defeated E.
Snosko Borowsky of Russia.
A. Rubinstein of Poland defeated M.
W'ahltuch of England.
Dr. M. Vldmar of Jugo-Slavla de
feated Dr. S. Turtakftver of Russia.
A, Rett of Csecho-HIo* akla defeated
Dr Dnvlde Marattl of Italy.
M. Euwe of Holland defeated E. G.
Watson of Australia.
The game between Jose R. Capablanca.
the champion, and It. O. Yates, England,
wss unfinished, an I an adjournment was
taken until next Wednesday. The con
test between 11. E. Atkins, I'ngland, and
J. 8. Morrison, Canada, was drawn.
Public Links Golfer Leads
Western Amateur Tourney
CHifAOO, Aug. 3.?Flno golf marked
the playing In the first round of the
\V<stern amateur championship at Olym
pic Fields to-day. George Hackl, a pub
lic links golfer, shot J!> to defeat Stan
ley Arndt of Harvey. 111., 4 up.
J. W. Uixler of Lafayette, Ind , won
hl? way Into the second round by de
feating Ed Hart of Chicago, 4 and 3,
and crossed clubs In the second round
with Kenny Hls'-rt of Olympla, who shot
a fine 43?36?71 to oust Emerson Carey
of Chicago, 4 and 3.
The New York Herald Racing Chart)
SARATOGA RACETRACK, Aa(. 8. Clean track, fast.
(tXO FIRST RACE?Two-year-olds. Selling. Five furlongs. Puree $1,000. Winner,
b. t.. 2, by Jim Gaffney?Royal Message. Owner, RANCOCA8 STABLE.
Trainer, 8. C. Hlldieth. Time, 0:58 4-8. Start good. Won easily. Place driv
ing. Po?t, 3:02. Off, 8:04.
Index. Horae. Wt. PI
(618) Edict lint
? Rustera 107
806* Daniel 112
582 1 .inly M.vra lot
? Allle Oclis l>(5
460 Hardee 89
601) I'rlrnue 103
622* Raffles 103
{22 Yankee Traveler. 100H 7
%_ tt Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place.
1? 1? 1' 1* L. Fator.. 8-2 8-1 3-1 1-1
V
8
2
6
R
T
9
8'*2H 2'HJ. CaIlh'n.12-1 12-1
7-1
6-1
10-1
1
2V4 3' 3* McAtee 4-1 6-1
6 8 4 Thomas .. 8-1 10-1
4 4 4 Merlmee .. 8-1 3-1 .'!?
6 f 6 C. Taylor..30-1 o0-l 30-1
7 T 7 Lan* 30-1 30-1 30-1
8 8 8 Taplln 8-1 6-1 5-1
8 9 9 T. Rice.. ..80-1 00-1 60-1 20-1
6-2
2 1
4 1
11
10-1
10-1
2-1
1hu
1-1
1-1
2-1
1-2
8-1
r.-i
1-1
10-1
Edict, away well In motion, ran Into a long lead, was under stout restraint for
entire trip and won galloping. Rustem followed the pace and saved ground, but was
doing his belt to ?avn the place. Daniel, always well up, was next boat. Lady Myra
lacked caoty apecj. ltaffies outrun. Primue without blinkers.
Scratched?Llttlo Bcuuty, Felicitous, Ducks and Drakes.
fiPjG SEOON'D RACE.?(To be ridden by apprentice boys who hav? never ridden a
I Uef winner.) Tliree-vear-olds and upward. Claiming. Purse 11,000. One mile. Win
ner, b. c.. 4, by King Jamee?Adaltnette. Ownsr, SAMUEL LOUIS. Trainer, M.
J. Murphy. Time, 1:38 3-3. Start good. Won driving. Place same. Post, 3:32.
Off 3 33.
H * % Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Cloee.Place. ?"h.
2l 1 Vi 1V4 1* Meln 4-1 6-1 0-1 7-5 1-2
l'H2? 2'H 2>^ (ilnley 0-5 8-5 1-1 1-3 -
3V4 3* 8* 3* lAmmond. 6-1 8-1 7-1 2-1 8-3
4 4 4 4 penn 6-2 4-1 4-1 11 2-5
_ 5 5 5 8 Holsey ...15-1 15-1 10-1 9-1 7-5
llalu went up fast on the Inside, took lead on stretch turn and held Red Legs safe
In drive. Red Leg* was probably beat, but was poorly ridden. Moody no excuse.
Vendor can do butter. Chateaugsy was p radically left.
No scratches.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. 8t.
63fl Halu 106 1 3
? Red Lega.,.110 6 2
(628) Moody 103 3 1
623 Vendor 105 4 4
(383) Chateaugay 102
fifiO RACE?The Seneca Selling Stakes. Three-year-olds and upward. Six fur
^ longa. Pursejl,500 added._ Winner, b. g., 8, by """eter Pan?Folderol. Owner
Tims, 1:11 2-3. Start good. Won all out. Place
and trainer, W. C. CLANCY
driving. Post, 4:01. Off, 4:02
Index. Htrae. Wt. I'P. St. '4
dim Hullabaloo 108 4 4 2*
fill Hilly Watts 106 1 2 4?
(540) Tangerine lot) .16 0
? Ranker Ilrown.10(1 8 11
503 Nose Dive 10(1 2 3 3
(624) Tarn 106 6 5 5
ft A
Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Close.Place. Sh.
McAtee ... 6-3 2-1 2-1 4-5 1-3
11-1 8-a
0-1 fl-t
L. Fator.. 2-1
Marine!!! . 8-1
A. Wilson. 10-1
W. Pool... 4-1
Thomas ..10-1
12-1 12-1
6-1 8-1
1-1
2-1
6-1
2-1
8-1
Hullabaloo, away Flow, went up fast, raced Ranker Ilrown kito submission,
was all out to win. Billy Watts uas allowed to drop too far out of the running.
1-2
1-1
2-1
1-1
7-5
but
liu
closed fast, and with a more energotlc rider might have won. Tangerine closed with
a rush. Banker Brown plenty of u>eed but tired.
Scratched?Duncecap, Valentla. '
661
FOURTH RACE?The Plttsfleld Selling Handicap. Three-year-olds and upward,
tnllo. l*urso fl.COO added. Winner, ch. g_ 4, by Superman? Proud Duohess.
Owner. I'M. w. M. JEFFORDS. Trainer, K. A. Smith. Start good. Won driv
ing. Plar. sr.me. '1'ost, 4.32.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. >4
r.RH Two F'theri.100 0 7 8?
801 Costlgan 95 5 4 3*
850* Wellflnder .105 1 1 2"
J no Billy Harton.UO 3 3 6
650'Trevelyan ..103 7 8 4
552 Caligula KB 4 2 1
476* Recount 1 ifl 2 5
Off. 4:31. Time, 1 38 4-5.
It % Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. Fh.
4*
3V4
2'/4
8
5
1
7
1" C. 'I'aylor.12-1
2' Merlmee.. 6-1
3'H Martz 6-1
4 Kelsay 3-1
5 Marlnelll.. 3-1
8 McAtee ... *1-1
7 Taplln .... 4-1
closed with
12-1
7-1
6-1
8-1
8-1
8-1
6-1
10-1
6-1
8-1
4-1
8-1
7-1
8-1
4-1
2-1
2-1
8-5
1-1
2-1
2-1
2-1
1-1
1-2
1-1
1-1
rush In the stretch
Two Feathers rated behind pace to the stretch.
and Just lasted. CostlRan well up In early part, dropped back on the turn, but rame
wide In stretch, closed with a rush. Wellflnder tired In the last sixteenth, Caligula
forced the pace to the stretch, then quit. Trevslyan outrun.
No scratches.
FIFTH RACE?The Luzerne Handicap. Three-year-olds. 81x furlongs. Puree
(11,200, added. Winner, ch. c., 3, by Jack Atkln?Princess Pat. Owner, D.
BTIECKENRIDGE. Trainer. J. C. Milam. Time, 1:111-5. Start good. Won
driving. Place same. Post. 5:02. Off. 6:03.
St. U H % Fin. Jockey. Open.Hlgh.Close.Place. Sh.
2 I' IVi 1' 1% C.arner... 8-5 2-1 0-5 8-5 1-4
4 5 5 3V4 2' L. Fator.. 8-,". 2-1 fl-5 3-5 1-4
1 2> 2* 2'H3?V4W. Pool.. 12-1 15-1 12-1 4-1 :i-2
5 3 3 4 4 E. Pool... 4-1 7-1 7-1 2-1 1-1
3 4 4 5 '. Thomiw... 5-1 ?-l 6-1 8-5 1-2
lirai-dalbane, away fast, was rated in front, tired In Inst sixteenth al?<l Just lasted.
Little Chief was allowed to drop too far out of contention In the early part, *aved many
lengths liy hugging the rull and finished fast. Toll had plenty of speed and held on well.
Surf Rider no excuse. Pirate Gold outrun.
Scratched?Good Times, Irish Brigadier, Galan'.man, Serenader.
Index. Horse. Wt. IT
? Rraedalbane ....120
612* Little Chief 110
653 Toil 105
? Surf Rider 115
625 Pirate Gold 112
663
SIXTH RACE?Three-year-olds and upward. Maidens. Mile. Purse $1,000. Win
ner, br. c., 3, by Luke McLuke? Pamphyle. Owner, XALAPA FARM. Trainer,
Roy Waldron. Time, 1:38. Start good. Won easily. Place same. Tost, 8:82.
Off. 8:33.
'/4 14 % Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. Ph.
Bch'ttlnger 41 4 1 3-1 7-5 3-5
3
Index. Horso. Wt. PP. St.
? So. Cross....112 10 2
? Brill. Star.. 107 5
513 llrocklesby .112 2
801 Anterior ....11314 8
513 High Speed.. 113 7
? Black Fox..114 0
? Qunalght ...113 4
477 Double Cross! 12 1
00S R. Charlie..113 ti
tj00' Rrctortcwn. .112 8
10
3'i a*
v/h 1*
8* 2* 23 A. Wilson. 8-1 12-1 12-1 5 1
2* 3> 31V4 Morris 8-1 10-1 HV-1 4-1
4 4 4 CKumraer.10-1 12-1 10-1 4-1
B r. 5 J. Mooney.18-1 15-1 12-1 5-1
7 8 f. Robinson .30-1 r.O-l 50-1 :o-i
9 0 7 Butwell ..20-1 25-1 25-1 10-1
8 8 8 L. Fator.. 15-1 20 1 15-1 6-1
tl 7 9 Thomas ..15-1 20-1 20-1 8-1
P> Rroko down McAtee ... 1-1 7-5 7-5 1
2-1
2-1
2-1
2 1
8-1
5-1
3-1
4-1
1-4
Southern Cross raced Brockleaby Into submission, then drew awny, Rrllllant 8tar
made a game effort. B.ocklesby quit after running a good six furlong*. Anterior ran
a good race. Rectortown broko down. Scratched?Ellen Douglas.
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