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RUNVISO SPRINGS SURPRISE IN THE OAKDALE HANDICAP AT AQUEDUCT
STOWS GREAT SPEED Last to Leave Barrier, lfe Runs Around Field and Beats Good Colts. GALLOPS ALL THE WAY G. A. Cochran's $50,000 Gos hawk Second, C. A. Stone ham's McKee Third. Uy HENRY V. KING. Runviso, a chestnut son of Runny mede. the sire of the once mighty Morvich. sprang a tremendous sur prise on the army of racegoers at the Aqueduct track yesterday afternoon. He beat a big field of real high class Juveniles in the Oakdale Handicap. His victory was a surprise, but his tremendous speed was astounding. ? The colt fairly flew. I.ast to leave the barrier, he circled around his field in the first furlong and long before he had go no a quarter of a mile he was three lengths In front and running easily. So fast did he run around the bend that veteran horsemen declared he ?would not earn any part of the purse, j They declared that no horse could dis- | play such speed against a strong wind and have enough in reserve to with stand challenges from good horses in the'final run of a six furlong race. But Runviso didn't stop. Just before entering the homestretch Red Robinson gave him a breathing spell and then when Clifford A. Coc'nan's 150.000 colt Goshawk got within a length of him he sped off again and under restraint remained in front to the end tq win in the easiest kind of a way by four lengths. Goshawk finished .-econd and McKee, which Charles A. Stoneham bought from John E. Madden at Sara toga for J35.000, was third. Although he went away from the bar rier sluggishly and was not allowed to do his best at any stage of the Journey Runviso covered the six furlong route In the real good time of 1 :12 1-5. Runviso carried only 109 pounds and was in receipt of nineteen pounds from Goshawk, the top weight, but he gave the Cochran colt a twenty pound beat ing. Runviso is owned by Thomas Fortune Ryan and trained by Johnny Loftus. While the crowd was surprised at tht colt's speed Loftus wasn't. He knew he had an exceptionally fast horse In him and, didn't try to conceal It. There were tips on Goshawk. McKee. Mrs. l'ayne Whltneys Cherry Pie and the Riviera Stable's Great Man. Loftus heard of them, but they didn't change hie opinion about the race any. "I don't care about any man's horse in this race," he said. "I know my colt can run and this way weighted none of them will beat him If he has any kind of fair racing luck." Hundreds of racegoers heard the young trainer's remarks but paid little atten tion to them. Tliey believed- lie was ; ?verenthuslastic a.nd pinned their faith and wagers on one of his more renowned opponents. As a result Runviso went to the post at 10 to 1. The Flying Fairy Handicap for mares ?f all ages brought eight high class misses and matrons to the post. It re sulted In a fine race, with R. J. Brown's My Reverie, ridden by Buddy Ensor, the victor in a thrilling finish by half a length. Robert L. Gerry's Bee's Wax was second, a similar distance in front of George 1). Wldener's Last Straw. Ensor got My Reverie off In front and kept her going at a fast pace all the way. A furlong from home she was two lengths ahead of Bee's Wax, but she began to atop In the final drive, and Ensor held her togfctheb until she was past the Judges the winner. Another one of August Belmont's two year-olds graduated In the second race. His famous silks were carried to an easy victory by Amusement, a brown filly by Hourless out of Amlcita. She was the third to score for the chairman of the Jockey Club in less than a week, her stablemates to win previously being Felstde and How Fair. Amusement Is a fine looking filly with a tremendous burst of speed. She darted away from the barrier on her toes and led all the way, to win easily by two lengths. W. R. Coe's Pow Wow was second an* James B. Smith's Belphrl aonla third. Amusement stepped down the five fur long straight course in the exceptionally fast time of 58 seconds, but she was aided by a rather brisk wind. While the horses for the first race were being groomed In the paddock Jim Flts sltnmons brought over the famous Play fellow for pnddock education. The full brother of Man o' War was a picture horse and was surrounded for more than half an hour by a big crowd of race goers. The colt Is in racing trim and probably will be seen In action before the end of the Aqueduct meeting. Several persons asked Fltzsimmons Jokingly If the colt was a wind sucker. "If he's a wind sucker I'm a cigarette smoker," said Fltz, who never smoked a cigarette In his life. Aqueduct Entries. Flnit Race?Two-year-olds; selling; sis fur long* : index. Wt. (Index. wt. X?r. Wtldrske ...I12| SMH Fullon MS Blk. FrtdRf..103 H?r, Duck* *? n..1in ? ?fttle Celt... 103j H.|?? Throe Square.100 ?SB Sock Halt.. 103 (vim ?Prima Don..100 an*, Amblrr . ..UOi (874) R'menriatlon.. 117 7?0? Vlrglntus .. HI.'! g70' 'Leloba 03 742 Diamond D..10S! Second Race?Three-year-old*; handicap; alx furling*: Index. Wt. Index. Wt. MSI Ray Jay ....124! ? Dolorea ...ion f*41) Brainstorm..,12nj '.IT. Oil Man . ..111 (*.*41) Opperinnn ..l""l SS:> June Or*aa...ll| H33 Tim Almoner. 10."| M'4' f'lrnte Hold..100 ("II) Klnn. Hhlrt.. 1 I8| MB Hephalsto* ..120 Third Race?Three-year-olds and upward; .??Iling; mile: Index. Wl.'Index. Wt. HM< W. Heather..1011; MM Ralcn |11 HfW *A Moey .. ftl, OMNI) Violinist ....114 SS0* Bridesman .. 10H| BUS* ?Dunceeap ... 01 Fourth Race?Three-year-old* and up; Potomac Handicap; mile and a sixteenth: Index. Wt | Index. Wt. WVH Frigate kc isi<4) Finn. Shirt... nr. ?nn? Little Chief..1101 (i77t Thundere'p.. ..133 Fifth Mac* mile*; three-year-olds; claim ing; mile: Index. Wt Index. Wt W *A. ftoey .. lot;, (ton, r.eghorn ....113 H71 Jii 10 101 SOS ?Nollm* 100 033 Wltehwork.. 107' Sixth Race?Maiden*; t* o yeas-old*; five furlongs; Index. Wt.(index. Wt. a'|7 lletpany ....11- ? It r,era Its MO Wood! the 11". .1 ill.-v rnilt.,112 742 oiam'd Mck 1I.M 703 Humboldt ...115 Mi" The lirpg'an II"! mi; Hakah 113 gjt". Rock Halt...1151 ".is- Ht.vlet 113 Vnnderburg. 115! gpr. Rlk Friday..11 Mt7 The Colonel IK S13* Satellite ...II? *07 Purity 118 ?37 PI'tstoti ,...113 ? Foxtail ...lit ?73 Ospray us ? Little Cell.-.1161 ?Fh-e pounds apprentice allowance claimed HOT i >ran 113 ? Lord Celt... nr. Ml- Hp it Ragle. ..113 mi7 Owaeco .113 IW7? Rlgel 113 330 H. Iluglcr....115 The New York Herald Racing Chart AQUEDUCT KAUETRACK, Sept. 91. Clean track fnst. OOi FIRST RACE?The Flying Fairy Handicap. All ages. Fillies nnd nitre*. Six and a half furlong*. Purse $1,248. Winner, b. f., 3, by Ultimua?Reflex. Owner. R. J. BROWN. Trainer. D. R McDanlet, Time, 1:18 3-5. Steirt good. Won driving. Place same. Post , 2 31. Off , 2:37. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. H H ai Fin. Jockey. Open. High. Close. Place . Sh. 487 My Reverie 112 8 7 1' 74 l'V4 1J 1'i Knsor ... . 6-1 10-I 10-1 4-1 2-1 852 Bee's Wax .108 2 2 7* 0= 3' 274 McAtee .. . 8-1 *10-1 10-1 4-1 2-1 852' Last Straw .118 5 3 3? .I'H 2' .3' Saiule ... . 4-1 4-1 7-2 7-5 3-5 852 Mary Patricia... .103 .3 6 g 4 4 4 Thomas . .10-1' 10-1 6-1 2-1 l-l (871) Prodigious . . 113 4 4 0 5 6 5 Ponce ... . 5-1 7-1 7-1 5-2 6-5 684' Pen Rose .124 7 8 2 2 5 6 L. Fator .. 5-2 4-1 7-2 7-5 3-5 (8.52) Polythla 1 1 8 8 7 7 Falrbr'r . 5-1 5-1 9-2 8-5 4-5 852 Bantry Pass... .101 6 5 4 7 8 8 Merimee .10-1 12-1 12-1 5-1 5-2 My Reverie, away slow , rushed UP on outside, assumed lead but was doing her best. Bee's Wnx shuffled back after start, slipped through next to the rail, finished with rush. I.ast Straw always well up had no excuse. Mary Patricia ran a good race. Pen Rose broke slow, displayed a lot of spued, but tired. Prodigious ran a dull race. Scratched?Bonus. AAX SECOND RACE?Two-year-olds. Fillies. Maidens. Five furlongs. Purse $1,048. Winner, br. f., 2, by Hour less?Amlcitia. Owner, AUGUST BELMONT. Trainer, O. M. Odom. Time, 0:58. Start good. Wop easily. Place ridden out. Post, 3:00. Off, 3:03. Open.High.Close.Place. Sh. 8-1 3-1 1-1 1-2 Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. 14 74 1.4 Fin. Jockey. Open. 891 Amusement 1 1 1" 114 I2 1? McAtee.., . . 5-2 88.5 l'ow Wow . .112 7 .3 2'tt 2' 2' Falrbr'ther 3-1 sill Belphrizonla .. . .112 6 4 5* 5* 5* 3" KeOgll . 4-1 891 'Panache . .112 5 7 4 4 3 4 885* Sunday Best.. . .112 8 2 3 3 4 5 Thomas .. 5-1 891 Hourbel . .112 3 8 7 6 6 6 Sande ... . C-l 828 'Quarrel . .112 2 5 6 7 7 7 Robinson. 5-1 850 West I'lttston ...112 4 6 8 8 8 8 Ensor ... .20-1 3-1 5-2 1-1 1-2 li-t 5-1 2-1 1-1 8-1 8-1 3-1 6-5 5-1 r.-i 2-1 1-1 7-1 d-1 2-1 1-1 8-1 8-1 8-1 *6-5 20-1 12-1 5-1 5-2 *H. P. Whitney entry. Amusement, a fast breaker and displaying plenty of speed, forced a fast pace and easily held Cow Wow safe. Pow Wow made a game effort and was next beHt. Belphrl | zor.la made up a lot of ground. Sunday beat and Panache had no excuse. I Scratched?Runcarol. AAR THIRD RACE?Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. (To be ridden by appren i tlce boys who have never won three races.) Purse $1,048. One mile. Winner, Ch. g.. 4, by Trojan?Ogress. Owner and trainer, C. A. APPLEOATE. Time, 1:30 2-5. Start good. Won driving. I'laoe same. Post, 3:22. Off, 3:23. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. >i % 14 74 Flp. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. Sh. (808) Oreus Ill 4 1 1' 1H4HS 11 j l? Shilllck... 3-1 3-1 13-5 4-5 884' Sunnyland .101 3 2 2" 2' 2' 2* 2' O'Brien... 5-2 4-t 3-1 6-5 1-2 (802) Ban try Ill 2 4 3' 8* 3'1 3' S? McNameej, t-5 2-1 9-5 3-5 1-4 884 Ml/.ar 102 5 5 6 1 4 4 4 Walter* .. 8-1 8-1 8-1 3-1 <1-5 (876) Fayelle .. ..103 1 3 1 6 5 5 5 McMurray. 8-1 10-1 10-1 4-1 2-1 878 Dominican ..101 0 7 5 5 0 0 0 Mozer .30-1 50-1 50-1 15-1 6-1 ? Rockport ...101 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 M'Corm'k 30-1 40-1 40-1 12-1 5-1 Ore us was well ridtion and lie outsamed Sunnyland at end. Sunnyland went up fast In stretch, hut weakened in last sixteenth. Bantry was very poorly ridden. The boy had him all over the trai l;. Mlznr made up some ground. Fayelle lacked speed. Scratched?Cum Sah, Canyon, Sea Mint, Mambl. 9(17 FOT-TnTH RACE?The Oakdale Handicap. Two-year-olds. Six furlongs. Purse $.3,000 added. Winner, ch. C., 2, by Runnymedo? Micro. Owner. OAKRIDOE STA BLE. Trainer. J. Loftus. Time. 1:12 1-5. Start good. Won easily. Place same. Post. 3:53. Index. Horse. 849' Rmivlso 882 Goshawk 8.82 McKee (Sm> Plicrry Pie.... (246) r.reat Man.... 888 Frank (1 840 Dream Maker Wt. PP. St. It 14 % Fin. Jockev. Open.High.Close.Place. Sh. . .110 7 7 i>74 ij is1 !. 1? Robinson . 8-1 12-1 10-1 4 1 2-1 .128 6 6 214 2' Keogh .... 3-1 4 1 4-1 7-5 7-10 .124 e, 5 514 ??? 314 Taplin ... 4-1 6-1 6 1 2-1 1-1 .122 O 1 4 4 3 4 McAtee ... 4-1 4 1 7-2 6-5 3-5 .115 T 3 3 4 r> F'rbrotber 4-1 4-1 5-2 1-1 1-2 .112 3 3 6 6 6 6 Ponce ....20-1 25-1 2.5-1 8-1 4-1 . 98 4 4 7 7 7 7 J. Cal'han 5-1 8-1 8-1 3-1 H-o tied at far turn, then assumed long lead and won galloping. Go ! shawk made a game effort. McKee made up a Jot of ground. Cherry Pie tired badly in last furlong. Great Man was badly knocked back at far turn. Scratched?Wilderness, Coeur do Lion, Curtis. OAQ FIFTH RACE?Three-year-olds. Selling. Mile. Purse $1,048. Winner, b. g., 3, by ffUO Horron?Carreno. Owner, BUD FISHER. Trainer, K. B. Gordon. Time, 1:39. Start good. Won driving. Tlace same. Post, 4:17. Off. 4:18. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. V* '4 % % F'n. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. Sh. 884* Overtake ?? .108 5 3 3> 3' 3' 2?H 1" Mertmee... 8-1 3-1 5-2 4-5 1-3 800'Quesada 102 3 2 1" I4 1' 1H ""/i McL gh (832) Vendor 106 4 4 ti 6? 4' 4' 3? Bell .. 890 ? The PeruvianlOS 2 1 2 2 2 3 4 Babln 800 Wvlie 108 1 5 4 4 5 5 5 Taplin 898 The Roll OalllOtl 6 6 5 ? 6 0 6 Tryon. Overtake rated behind pace to stretch, closed fast and won going away. Quesada plenty of speed and held on well. Vendor made up ground fast. The Roll Call broke slowly and was outrun. The Peruvian tired. Scratehed?J aunebar. SIXTH RACE?Two-year-elds. Fillies. Maidens. Claiming. Five furlongs. Purse 8-1 8-1 7-1 2-1 1-1 5-2 4-1 4-1 '1-5 3-5 10-1 12-1 12-1 5-1 2-1 15-1 5o-i 20 1 7-1 8-1 5-2 5-2 2-1 4-5 1-3 AAA SIXTH RACE?Two-year-olds. Fillies. Maidens. Claiming. l ive furlongs. Purse ''if J J] fqg winner, oh. f.. 2, by Ultlmus?Mollle Kearney. Owner, RIVIERA STABLE. Trainer Fred 'Taral. Time, 0:59. Start good. Won easily. Place driving. Trainer. Post, 4:45. Off. 4:49. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. U U H Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. Sh. 874' ftrear 1 ariv 100 2 2 2-' 2* lb 1 I,. Fator.. 4-5 1-t 4-o 1-3 ? 891 Faithful Gltl V..104 9 1 1",4 I1 2' 2> J. Cal'han 5-1 5-1 4-1 7-5 1-2 870' Leloba 104 6 5 3" 3V4 3"/4 3? M'L'ghlln. 3-1 6-1 6-1 2-1 4-5 544 Candida 104 3 6 4 4 4 4 Wakoff ..30-1 50-1 50-1 20-1 8-1 874 Ella C 10274 1 4 5 6 5 5 Marts. 30-1 .30-1 .30-1 10-1 4-1 274 Marg'r't Loretta.107 7 9 7 7 6 6 Cantner ..10-1 20-1 20-1 7-1 3-1 891 Destination 104 4 3 6 5 7 7 Thomas ..Li-1 20-1 12-1 5-1 2-1 082 Paddy's Loss... .105 10 7 8 8 8 8 Taplin 10-1 50-1 50-1 20-1 8-1 ? Audacity 109 5 8 0 0 0 9 Collins ...15-1 20-1 20-1 7-1 3-1 ? Recoup 71 09 8 10 10 10 10 10 Merimee ...15-1 25-1 20-1 7-1 3-1 Great Lady much the best and won galloping. Faithful Girl tired badly after forcing early pace. Leloba made up ground fast. Candida ran a good race. Ella C. held on well. Scratched?Belphrizonla. Havre De Grace Results. FIRST RACK?For two-year-olds; claiming: pu r le $1,300: five and a half 'ui"1oiik?: Malx-I K.. 1C (G Walls). *1 KR.RO. $.-.'0 and $2ii.50 won . Fellcitoua, 105 (MeRanei, S;no.30 and $21.00. second; l.ady Ross, 114 I Small wood), $3.70. third. Time, 1 :?s 3-o. lie ip, Klmer K.. Klmer pwyer. Primus, Itosie H.. Druid Hill. Racket, Tassel. Wln | Her Take All and Billy Glhaon also ran. I SRf'OND RACE!?Steeplechase; for four-year ' oils and upward: claiming; purse $2.uo0; two miles: Fair Mac. 131) i Klecger). $13.30. $.-.!*> and $3.80. won; Kathryn Harlan. 135 (Akers). $0.10 and $3.74). second; Royal Arch.. 114 (Mergler), $4. third. Time. 4:00 2-5. Bronze Ragle. Prosit, Unar, Bryan O'l.ynn, Rocking Horse and lamgh Kagle also ran. THIRD RACK?For three-year-oldk and up ward; claiming: purse $1,300; six furlongs: Terminal. 108 (J. Rowan). $10,110. $7.30 and $5.20, won; Wrecker, 117 iJ. McTaggarl), $14 and $s.!ki, second; Whalebone. 118 (McCrann). $12.00, third. Time, 1:15 8-5. Blackstone, ?Dough Girl, Bobbed Hair, Not Yet. Bodanzky. Hummel. San Hedron, Rolo, Hutchison, Silver Springs and Joseph Brandt also ran. ?Coupled, llruff and Smart entry. PVU'RTlC RACK?For th roe-yen r-olds and upward; elalmlng; purse $1,300; six fur longs: Gaudy, 110 (Allen) (field), $28.1(0,$s 00 and $5.00, won; I'letrus, 112 (C. Kuni n)er, $4.7 o and $3,110, second; Jock Scot, 112 (Merlmee). $3.80, third. Time, 1 :15 4-5. Zennotta. Turnabout, Rajah, Runfra, Rom mulus. Fleer. Plain Bill, Salt Peter and Kttahe also ran. FIFTH RACK?Tlie Harford County Handi cap for three-year-olds and upward; purse $1,800; one mile rtnd seventy yards: Fair way, 1111 (C. Kummer), $0, $3 and $2.40, won; Saddle and Boots, 100 (Joslah), y $3.20 and $2.40. second: Btinga Buck, 112 (Bullmanl, $2.00, third. Time, 1:47 1-5. Hailing Along and Slippery Kim also ran. SIXTH RACK?For three-yenr-olds and up ward: claiming; fillies and mares; purse $1,801); one mile and seventy yards: Ten Buttons. 107 (Harrison), $4. $2.7rt and $2.10, won; May Roberts. 104 (Woodstock), $3.50 and $2.50. second; Cimarron, 107 (Small wood i. $2.50, third. Time, 1:47 3-5. Dolly Vnrilen and Miss Filley also ran. SKVKNTH RACK?For three-year-olds: al lowances: purse $1,300; one mile: Royal Charlie, 112 (Kelsay), $5. $3.10 arid $2.80. won; Postlude, 100 (K Martin), $4.50 and $3.90, second; Coolgardle, 100 fPenmnn). $5.40, third. Time, 1 :43 2-5. Racquetta, Air Tan. Welcome Stranger, Radical Hnd Tom Cassldy also ran. Expect Carpentier-Siki Bout to Set Gate Record Paris, Sept. 21 (Associated Press).? A million franc Rate will be received for the first time In the history of boxing in France when Oeorges Carpentler, the heavyweight champion of Kurope, crawls through the ropes at the new Buffalo Velodrome Sunday afternoon to face the undefeated Senegalese, "Battling" SIki. Although Carpentler has not ' per formed before his countrymen since the fight with Dick Smith at the Cirque on July 13. 1319, and despite his defeat by Jack Dempsey, his popularity with the general public remains such that all at tendance and gate receipt records are broken by the advance sale. More than half a million francs for the reserved section has already been turned In, while unreserved seats for a like amount are certain to he filled. Forty thousand or more persons are expected to fill the Buffalo arena. Lexington Results. FIRST RACK?For three-year-olds: claiming; purse $800; six furlongs. Gammer Gurton. 102 (Owens). $8.90, $5.9(> and $3.50, won; Lou Anna, 100 (Kennedy), $1 and $2.t>0, second; Mom. 1(a) (W. I'ool), $3. third. Time, 1:18 3-5. l'amly, Coloaaua, Winding Through, Lie Boncro and Flycaat also ran. SECOND RACE?For two-ycar-olda ; fillies; elalmlng; purse $1,000; five and a half fur longs. Allsle Vernon, 108 (Jones). $3.50, $2.40 and 12.10, won; Mammon, !(>.> (Smith), $7.70 and $3.20, second; Flnday. Ill (Owens), $2..">0, third. Time, 1:10 4-5. Checkerette and Lichen also rfcn. THIRD RACE?For three-year-olds; rlslm Ing; purse $8(8); six turlonga. l.ady Mother, 100 (Kennedy). $4.20. $3.50 and $3.40, won Lieutenant Colonel, 103 (M^upel), $10 and $4.(10, second; Stamp. 103 (f.,. MrDermott), $3.70. third Time, ltld 4-5. lamirera, In dia. Tony Sue, Moonwlnks and Joe C. also ran. FOl'KTH 11ACE?For three-year-olds and upward; elalmlng; purse $1,000; one mile and a quarter. l>r. Gilbert, 101 (Kennedy), $0, $2.70 and out, won; Honolulu Boy, 108 (llnrrett), $2.40 and out, second; La J Foudre, 104 (Owens), out, third. Time, 2:10 4-5. The Swlnuner also ran. FIFTH RACK?The Mundy's Landing Purse; for three-year-olds and upward; elalmlng: purse $1.(8)0: six furlongs. Kasteslde, 107 (E. Pool), $4.50, $2.0$ and $2.10, won; Glyn, 02 (Harvey), $2. IK) and $2.40, second; Ruby. 102 (L. Mcliermott), $2.40. third. Time, 1:15 3-5. Commander McMeekln and Plus Ultra also ran. SIXTH RACE-For two-year-olds; fillies: claiming; purse $1,000; five and a half furlongs. Antonla, 111 (E. Pool), $4.10, $2.80 and $2.30, won; Teds Plum, J1I (Smith), $4 and $2.HO, second; I>earle, 108 j (Owens), $3.20, third. Time, 1:12. Anna i Tod. Beach Beauty, Irene Walton and Blue I Bird also ran. SEVENTH RACE?For three-year-olds and upward; elalmlng; purse $1,000; one mile and an eighth. Mormon Elder, 112 (E. Pool), $5.20. $2.00 and $2.50, won; Walnut Hall, lot (Owens), $2.!)0 and $2.40. secoqd; War Prize, 10(1 (Jones), $4.00, third. Time, 1 :57 3-3. Travesty and Rep akio ran. Havre de Grace Entries. First Race?Purse, $1,307.81; claiming; for maiden two-year-olds; fillies; five furlongs: ?Miss Lclgliton, 1)4: ?lhifalla, 07: '.Sweet and Pretty, 100; tPappllon. 102; tLady Liverpool, 112; Pariasaln. 105; Chow Chow, 105; Codlna, 107; Verna, 108; Little Beauty, 112; Confederacy, 112; Insulate, 112, 1W. J. Salmon entry. Second Race?Purse. $2,000; steeplechase; for maiden three-year olds and upward; about two miles; April Fool, 132; tDraft, 132; 1 Pagehrook, 130; High Magic, 132; 1 American Rose, 132; IProslt, 140; I)affa dodllly, 149. tCoupled S. Ross and Flynn entry. jCoupled Merrlman and Dudley entry. Third Race?Purse, $1,307.81; claiming: for three-year-olds; six furlongs; 'Little Hope, 00. 'UIJou, 102; llaidee, 107; Top Noteh, 107; Noonglide, 107; Radiant, 107; ?Josephine C., 107: Water Girl, 112; Coat of Arms, 115. Fourth Race?Purse, $1,007.81; The Pied mont Handicap: for two-year-olds and up ward; five and a half furlongs: Arendnl, 08, ?Mi Kenna, 102; Thessaly, 102; Second \ Thoughts, 101: Dream of Allah, 111; Well | finder, 112; Irish Kiss, 114; Blazes, 128. Fifth Race?Purse, $1,507.81; conditions; I for three-year-olds and upward; mile and a sixteenth; Fifty Fifty, 102; Rubidium, 10H; : Bluffer, 107: Thimble, 110; Mock Orange, 110; Sandy Real, 117. Sixth Itace?Purse. $1,807.81; claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; mile and sev enty yards: 'Hickory. 105; Bullet, 107; 'Ex plosive. 107; Mabel Curtis, 107; 'Frank Monroe, 110; 'General Cadorna, 110; 'Hello Pardner, 110; 'Sir Jack, 110; St. Quentln, 115: Tingling, 115. Seventh Race? Purxe. $1,307.81; claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; tnlle and seventy yards: 'Lady Zeus, 102; 'Peace Pal, 105; 'Moody, 110; 'Hard Guess, 110; 'Moss, 110; 'Attorney Mulr, 110; Deckmate, 115; Irs Wilson, 115; Star Realm, 115; Debadou, 115; War Victor. 115. ?Apprentice allowance 5 pounds claimed. ?AeMOQ8E comes Kb called To get a moose, you make a noise like a moose. To get the beet cigar you ever smoked? just say "?ADMIRATION/' the Mild Tampa Cigar. It's a pleasure to smoke, because it's always mild, always full flavored, always the same. Cigar that wiitS txamj ADMIRATION YALE MAKES READY FOR OPENING GAME With Hates Duo Saturday Bulldog Varsity Gives Scrub Rough Afternoon. Special Dispatch to Tub New York Herald. Nkw Haven, Sept. 21.?The scrubs had difficulty In stopping the Yale var sity In to-day's practice preparatory to the opening game of the season with Bates on Saturday. Three touchdowns were made against them by the varsity, which wus changed frequently, morv than two full elevens participating in the scrimmage. Niedllnger tallied the first touch down on un end run and Beckdt kicked the goal. O'Hearn scored the second touchdown on a quarterback run and then completed a successful drop kick following It. The third one was made by Capt. Jordan, who, after witnessing the practice for a time, replaced Bench, and In a series of line plunges carried the ball over. O'Hearn dropped the ball over the crossbar. Davis, a substitute guard last year, joined the squad to-day and played tackle for a while. Tho first eleven to-day was made up of ?alalr and Hulman, ends; Miller and Diller, tackles; Cruikshank and Cross, guards ; Landls, center; Becket, quarter back ; Nledling, left halfback; Mallory, right halfback, and Bench, fullback. Annapolis Coaches Hunt Men for Vacancies in Line. Special Dispatch to Tun New York Heiui.d. Annapolis, Md., Sept. 21.?Navy coaches are working hard with the line men in order to fl 1 the vacancies exist ing. It is believed that there are two excellent centers in Mathews and Zuber and an acceptable left tackle In Bolles. The coaches tried out Wlnkjer, Hud glns and Herllhy at right guatd to-day. Wlnkjer has had more experience but the others are heavier, Hudglns weigh ing 215 pounds and Herlihy 204. Showell, a powerfully built youth who Joined the squad last year, seems to be the first choice at right tackle at present, his closest competitor being Levensky. They weigh around 185 pounds each. Syracuse Faces Hobart College Eleven To-morrow. Special Dispatch to Tub New York Herai.d. Syracuse. Sept. 21.?Coach Chick Meehan's 1922 Orange eleven will officially raise the lid of the new season Saturday in the Archbold Stadium, with Hobart College furnishing the opposi tion. The squad has had three weeks of preparatory work. Including two full weeks of training camp, and is In fine condition, but although the backfleld promises to be the best in years the line appears to be somewhat weak. The varsity squad Is staging long scrimmage drills on the stadium grid iron, with Coach Meehan and his assist ants. Bill Horr, Joe Schwarzer and Harry Robertson, teaching the men new lessons every day. City College Linemen Have Session With Neville. I.ino candidates received most of Coach Neville's attention at C. C. N. Y. yesterday. They ? wePe drilled In the fundamentals of position play for a , good part of tho afternoon and after ward showed up well in scrimmage. During a twenty minute scrimmage the tentative "varsity" scored a touch down by straight line plunging. Capt. Myers Worries Varsity Scrubs at Fordham. The second scrimmage of the season afforded Tommy Myers, captain of the Kordham eleven an opportunity to dis play his prowess yesterday. The scrim mage was short, yet long enough for Myers to make one touchdown and he was largely responsible for another. The first touchdown was scored when Myers streaked around right end for a run of thirty yards. The other touch down came as the result of a perfect forward pass of twenty yards to Mc Donough, quarterback on the first eleven. Centre Misses McMillan On Eve of Season's Opening. Special Dispatch to Tub New York Herald. Danville, Ky., Sept. 21.?While Centre's football season Is less than two weeks old tho loss of Bo Mc Millan Is being keenly felt. The same sureness that has been evidenced during the last two years In the forward pass ing is absent. The smooth and finished manner of running signals In ;he prac tice rehersals is not here. It may come in time, but the wise followers wag their heads In an extremely doubtful manner. Three veterans are on the hospital squad and will not break Into the lineup Saturday, when Centre plays Its first game with the Carson-Newman College ROD AND GUN. Salesrooms and factory under ons root. 92 Fulton Street, New York. "sFABASS, BLACKflHH AND F1.1KE lv?. Dally, exc, Monday, S A. M.; Sunday 7 A. M. Plage's Dock, Bheepshead Bay. Capt. F. PLAOB. EDWARD VOM HOFE&GO. Fishing Tackle Exclusively Salesrooms and f 92 Fulton 1 SKA BAHkT BI 'I SHAMROCK SEA BANS, FIA1KE. BI.ACRFISH INDOLENT &?RaVa8!V- m J. MARTIN'S TIER. Sheepshsad Bay. SUNDAY 8 A. M. FOR MANA8QUAN. o a | n 1 "'g Fluke and Hea Bass. (a IRA I A " A- M Mon" U I 11H UUn and Frl., Bheepshead Hay. 7 A. Mr^M? BUckfioh, Soaker*. IU,?TBU Dally exc. Mnn. Bayelde Dock. WHITBYJ r.nt FRANK HAMMER. " ?? BAM AND BUCRriSH. ? . a aUltam Bheepshead Bay dally E LLIVtAWsun 7.80 A. M. QUE RAP. nnnm/I VU leaves Bheepshead Bay dally BnOOlVLTrl jo a. M. Fare 11.75. Sun day S A. M. Fare $2 00. Capt. H. R1QBY. AURORA?*7^* 10 A- M Fara $1 75. Capt. JOB BCOOK. Oalaalia !v*. Silver Wave Hotel. Fresport, \fi|n3Q3 dally, exc. Mon. and Frl., 8:30. UUHIUMU B||r fl n0 Carnmn A Denton. ADMIRAL KTs? 10 A.M. Ltr. Sheepshead Bay dally, Bun. 7:30 A. M. lvs. Wreck I/ead, Thurt. A Bat., 0:42 train; Bun. 5:25 train. M. MURRAY. GeorgieM. AMFRirA I 'Wily ?. Run. 7, Sat. 2 P. M. AlYlLlMLn Bheepshead Hay J. Michael. Volneitv lvs. Bheepshead nay Dally and f eiocny Bun. 8 A. M. t'apt, Dormon. PM r I 11Mf* / leavaa dally ? A. M.. Sua. I . t. LUNUI A M TONT I.ITNDT. T a as DA II ? !*'"? Canarsle Dally 7 A. U. I fllWBV II Capt. -IAMKU McAVQT. nisi EMkTUlmer Park Pier, Hat. A Bun., IlCil^C'lNR A. M. Fl: I:I' HODFRBV trrADT Dally 8 A. M., Hun. 7 A. M. trruni Capts. Fred and Freddie Wrsga. New Yorker1" ?*y r"tlly ?sun. T A. M WM. CLULO. Ulierfsm Flounders* Clason Ft. 8 A. M. Dally. WISD0IR Bk)t on Docks capt. BERINOER. t \ Kentucky Jockey Club Loses in Unusual Suit Louisville. Ky., Sept. 21 ? When an error in made in officially poatlng the winner of a home race and u bettor tears up his ticket on that uninial before the error is rectified he ia entitled to receive the amount his pasteboard called for, even though the pieces had been assembled and cashed by another. This was a ruling of Judge Thomas It. Gordon, deciding that sucn a mis take was negligence oil the part of the Kentucky Jockey Club, which was on file to-day in Circuit Court. R. E. Henderson, the bettor, was awarded Judgment for $172.50, which represented the amount a $10 straight ticket on Ring Rose paid in a race at Churchill Downs in the meeting last autumn. Another horse was posted first and Henderson tore up ills ticket. When Ring Rose was posted as the winner he was unable to find the pieces, but immediately filed a claim with the Jockey club. Judge Gordon held this put the of ficials on their guard and the muti lated ticket should not have been cashed when presented by another. eleven of Tennessee. Shadoan, veteran guard. Is out with a torn ligamept in his left knee. Hump Tanner, fullback, has an attack of boils, while Thomas son, halfback, is nursing a strained muscle in his side. The Centre Athletic Association Is making every effort to bring the Vir ginia Poly game, scheduled for October 14 at Richmond, Va? here or changed to November 25. Unless some change in- the arrangements is made. the Colonels will spend the greater part of the week before the Harvard game in Pullman coaches. ' Roderick Scores Fifth Touchdown for Columbia. Ben Roderick added two moro touch downs to his collection during yesterday afternoon's scrimmage at Columbia. This brace of tallies gives him a total of Ave. or every one scored by the varsity so far this season. Head Coach O'Neill made frequent changes in the lineup, giving a number of players a chance to I show what they could do. The varsity lined up as follows : Ends. Bob Pulleyn and W. B. Johnson ; tackles, Stuart Chase and Eddie Meyer ; guards, Gordon Strelch and Franklin Brodil; center, Francis Fargo.; quarterback, Stuart Blundell ; halfback, Jack Van Brocklln and Walter Koppisch ; fullback. Ben "Roderick. Strict Secrecy Prevails At Harvard Squad Practice. Special Dispatch to Tub New Yokk Hehai.d. Cambiudge, Mass., Sept. 21.?Har vard's practice on the football field to day was held entirely behind the secret practice fence. Coach Fisher had four teams running through plays and exem plifying some new wrinkles on attack, and toward dark the best of the elevens I Indulged In about as brisk a scrimmage j as ever has been held at such an early date at Cambridge. There was no scoring, but the "live" tackling practice early in the afternoon was continued when the men who are being groomed for the opening game lined up against each other. Practically all of the Cim8011'# leading players got I into the play. Idtfarge and Braden, the! latter the younger brother of Yale's for mer fullback, were used at end on the j first outfit, with Eastman, Hubbard. Kunhardt and Grew tackles and guards, and Bradford, a substitute center last year, alternating with Esky Clark, the I regular snapback. ' Winnie Churchill, Harvard's smallest but most slippery back. Joined the squad to-day, completing the veteran material which Fisher will have on hand this fall. Princeton Scrimmaging Starts in Earnest To-day. Special Dispatch to Tiib New Yosk Hctai.d. Princeton, Sept. 21.?The shortest and easiest workout of the week was given the Princeton football squad this afternoon In order that the men might be in a completely rested condition for the official opening of the season's scrimmag ing to-morrow af'ernoon. Every member of the outfit will be sent Into play to morrow, and it will last long enough to give all the^members of the varsity and the scrubs a chance to show their ability. This afternoon the program was lim ited to signal drills, dummy scrimmag ing and tackling and It lasted about one hour. Heidorf Will Play Again on Eleven at Union College. Scknectadt, Sept. 21.?Elmer Heidorf. captain and atar of the Union College football squad, will be in the line-up Sat urday In the game with Clarkson Tech, the opening contest of the 1922 football season. Heidorf was seriously Injured about the middle of the 1921 schedule and was forced to abandon baseball this spring because of his Injury. Union's squad looks light, and Coach I Deary Is drilling the men for a strong | overhead offensive. ROD AND GUN. Str. "JOHN GULLY" Lva. Battery 8 A. M. Wednesday!. Thurs day* and Sundays only. Flounder Fishing, fold Spring Harbor Snnda IlllinV leaves K. 122d St., Sunda NANCY 7 A M n v ?w Telephone University 3808. BATTKRY I.ANDINO. Ivs. Wed., Thurs., Sat., Bun. 7:4.'. A. M? 14th SI Hohoken, 8:30 A. M. Commodore s?ck vwujuiwww. ~ Bta.. Long Heaa every Tusa.. Thur.. Bat.. 8:43 train. Bub. 8.3 SATURDAY, * t. M. HI n II II lv?. Dunne's Dock, Bheej Into DooiHe I giVTQfc'.i J batt: Halcyon follege Point, Thursds and Sundays, 8 A. M. Brl bait. C 0 ro | j n 6 i*""KrMn"? Doctat f ALERT R0SER.il. Its. Wilson's Dock. Wieck L< Dally, 8 42 train; Sun. I train. C'apt. Q. W WILBO lures Is ok role l?e||/ holiday 7 A. M. rapt, rut k rtrnsn Snndwomta. 15c a do/.?Fishing Tackle JOHN STETHAN. 2.-.0 Flushing Ave. Bet !>th and 6th Ave*.. Astoria, L. I CaptJoell. leaves Bneepshead Ba e*c. Mon. A Frl. 8 A. 1 7 A. M. Archy Bti M I D III D?'!f aasept Mon. 9 A.1 ITl-I.K.IIL? *? **.. from flhsspah) lllMttiliUH|M Bass and Rlack. L D1 I I 111 II H*"* Thurs., Hat., Bun., 13tb ffl I A II I II Bt ? "ob .045: Pier 1, O.R.R.. ? n i.n HI H j c , 7 30. ED. BABLETTl. . L_? HORSES AND CARRIAGES. WANTED to purchase a pony, governess cart and harness; must be In good condi tion; for pony 1.1 Inches, Address Mrs. J. C. MfKINLKY. Wheeling, W. Vs. KENNELS. WILL the person who bought the white French poodle answering t.. ll.c nstie of Peggy, from tl.n I ?og and Est Hospital, 128 W. 58d at., please comnmnlcato with Miss Anns Flttlu. 218 W. 70th at? The owner greatly desires to buy the dog back as It I* highly valued because cf sentimental attach ABBE DALE TAKES GRAND CIRCUIT PACE Defeats Henry Direct, the- Fa vorite, in 2:11 Event for $3,000 Stake. COLUireua, Sept. 21 (Associated Press).?The defeat of Henry Direct, Strong favorite in the Southern Hotel $3,000 stake for 2:11 pacers, featured to-day's Grand Circuit races. Abbe Dais of the Cox stable was too much for the Western pacer. Henry Direct set a siz zling pace In the llrst heat, passing the three-quartdr post In 1:30, but was nosed out at the finish by Abbe Dale In 2:01 >4, the day's fastest time. The first three heats of the 2:15 trot produced as many winners, Finvarra winning thejlrst, BInque the second and Alta Quest, "a second choice, taking the third and fourth. The horse review futurity had only three starters. Tommy Murphy winning his first event of the week when he piloted Peter Etawah to a straight heat victory; Ophelia V. finishing second in each and John Harvester third. Peck Direct, recently purchased at auction for $160 by Earl Clark of this city, more than made for his new owner the purchase "money, for he won the 2:14 pace from a field composed largely of horses which have been racing on half mile tracks. C ! 1 ^ Scholastic Athletics The Boys High football squad was di vided into two teams yesterday at Com mercial Field, with an equal number of regulars of the 1921 eleven on each sidp, and Coach Joe Rubenst.ein, the new mentor, held the first scrimmage of the year. Signal drill occtn ost of the time, but in a few hard Joe Gold berg, quarterback o-" T m A, Dan guard o nthe same ddo. i Capt J err Rubensteln, tackle on Team B> and younger brother of the a h, distl? gulshed themsel Goldberg Js a Ten* arrival the Marcy avenue school from Kingston, where he was the all scholastic selec tion. Johnny Steinberg, captain-elect of the baseball team, and Kenneth Wibe can, star sprinter, were missing from practice yesterday on account of slight bruises. Coach Rubinstein and Assist ant Coach Blumgarten went into action themselves in illustrating their points. The participants In the scrimmage in cluded Benner and Goldberg, quarter backs ; Buckley, Berlowitz, Dinerman, Yachelson, halfbacks : MInkofI and Kane, fullbacks: Benson. Anderman, Garonne and Deoastki", ends ; Rubensteln, Selder man, Sol and Braufman, tackles: Frankel, Demsky and Seidlitz, guards; Day and Tuman, centers. ROD AND GUN NEWS ] HIUll WATER FOR LOCAL ANGLERS SEPT. 22 TO SEPT. 28?STANDARD TIME Sandy Hook . Princess Jamaica Bay Governors WII lets New (The Horseshoe) Hay (Oanarsle) Island Point Haven Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.V September 23.. 8:14 8:30 8 10 8:44 8:50 0:24 8:40 0 04 11:88 11:18 lltta September 23.. 9:03 0 .30 0:08 0:35 0:48 10:15 9 33 0:58 12:06 12 :24 12:0| September 34.. 9:55 19:23 10 (H) 10:28 10:40 11:08 10:25 10:53 12:56 1:15 12:40 11K September 25. .10:48 11:17 10:53 11:22 11:33 ?? 11:22 11:52 1212 2:11 137 1:58 September 28. .11:40 11:45 12:03 12:25 ? 12 22 2:52 3:15 237 "8:00 Hunters .Should Consult Game Laws for 192?. All persons contemplating hunting .In any State or Territory in the United States or in Canada ure advised by the United States De partment of Agriculture to obtain from the Statu Game Commissioner of that State ot Territory the full text of Its game laws. A summary of the provisions of Federal, State and provisional statutes, and a list of offi cials from whom copies of State game laws may be obtained, la contained in Farmers' Bulletin HISS, Game Laws for 1922, by Ueorgo A. Lawyer, Chief United States Game War den. and Frank L. EnrnshaV. The bulletin is available free upon application to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. The object of the bulletin la to aid In the administration of the provisions of the migra tory bird treaty act and tho I.acey act by presenting in convenient form the provisions of game legislation for the use of law en forcement officials, sportsmen, conserva tionists and others. It Is only by observing the open dates, pub lished In the bulletin, that hunters of migra tory game birds can avoid violating either Federal or State laws, as the Federal regu lations operate in many cases to shorten the seasons fixed by State statute. Provisions relating to seasons, licenses, limits, possession, sale and export, and a few miscellaneous matters are presented J under State and Territorial governments, and also for the Canadian Provinces. These are alphabetically arranged in the bulletin to furnish a brief and convenient synopsis of the laws. Provisions relating to methods of capture game refuges, enforcement of law, disposi tion of fees and fines, and matters of minor Importance are omitted from tho bulletin. These may be found by references to the laws themselves, obtainable In most of the States from proper officials. Comparatively few game laws were passed In 1922, and no radical changes were made, A rather comprehensive game law wns in acted In Mississippi, but It does not become effective In any county until adopted by the County Board of Supervisors. Earlier open dates wore provided for water fowl In Now Mexico and for doves in tho Carolines. Mis sissippi and Louisiana, but the closing da'.ea In each Instance were advanced accordingly. A number of changes In State laws, making them conform to Federal limits, wore mad-). The Attorney-General of Now York, on Au ?t 28, held Inoperative a State law at ptlng to extend the State season on fowl beyond the dates provided by Fed erations for the. section of tho State n of the main line of the New York Cen It.u and Boston and Albany railroads, and that the open season on water fowl through out the State outside of Long Island remains as formerly. September 10 to December 31. New persons hunting wood cock f to November 9 to take m:l ting $2 In addition to ti ense. Chinese and rn are now protected lb n lndeflnlto period In .a attempt Is being nan species. Virginia pro hibited th, of wild turkeys or the taking of theif , ggs, except for propagating purposes under permit from the commis sioner. The close season for quail In Massa chusetts has been continued* until 1923 In Dukes, Essex, Hampden, Middlesex and Nan tucket counties. The open season for big game was reduced In several Instances. A law was passed In Virginia sanctioning the practice of the De partment of Game and Inland Fisheries of establishing game refuges on private lands bv contract with the owners. All lands so RESORTS. I RESORTS. Atlantic City. | Atlantic City, Announcement? THE Seaside House On the Ocean Front, Atlantic City Rates in effect from October 1st to February 1st Weekly?Including Meals 1 Person?Single Room with Running Water.. $35.00 1 Person?Single Room with Private Bath .... 45.00 2 Persons?Double Room with Running Water 60.00 2 Persons?Double Room with Private Bath .. 75.00 Offering the same service and table as maintained at all seasons of the year. Orchestral Concerts a feature F. P. COOK'S SONS II arlbotw^38lcn(?cim The Leading Resort House of the World Central location with two blocks of Oeean Front Particularly Attractive during September and October ATLANTIC CUTS great AUTIMN SEASON Surf-Bathing, Golf, Horseback Riding, Roller Chairs, Piers, Theatres, Movies, and countless other amusements. Ownership Management. Joaiah White & Sons Co. New York. SARANAC INN Atlantic City. TToXRAfMORE Worlds Greatest Hotel ATLANTIC CITY. Greatest Hotel Success Finest 18 hole modern golf course In Adir ondack*. Open until November let, on Beau- . tlful Upper Paranac Lake. September and 1 New Jersey. October are the Iriea^ months In fhe nwiin- I ??? tftlne. Hay fever unknown. 8trarn Heat. ' ^ Hiding Horses; Dan'Inn. E*cellcnt Music; Hunting: Fishing. llAnih,'OTON MILLS. Mgr.. Upper Saranao. N. Y. Weatrheater. tSriarcliff,, %ob$e mm ? TM( stMmrvi WESTCHESTER HILLS OVtSLOOKINO THE HUDSOM tit* r****?***? w/vrwnsM BRIARCLIFF MANOR.N.Y. NEW YOIKOMlCE> Ml HAOISON-AVt. Naw England. Tour New England This Fall Motor over perfect toads; breaths tonlo air; enjoy magnificent scenery of New England at Its best. After the day's run find every conye ntence at quaint wayside Inns, modern city hotel* or famous resorts. 1'or road map ad dress WM. M. KIMBALL, Secy., N. K. Hotel Ass'n. i" riper Hotel. Northampton, Mas*. Vermont. Glorious Autumn in the Green Mountains EQUINOX HOUSE Manchester-In-the-Mountalns, Vermont. OPEN UNTIL NOV. 1st. GOLF on the Famous Ekwnnok Corns*. IDEAL COUNfKf HOME Hotel Montclair MONTCLAIR. N. J. SITUATE? IIENrOENTIAI. HOTEL IN NEW l'OKK'H HUHt'RHS. OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR. OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT. FREDERICK C. HAM. COMPANV. Asbury Park. COLEMAN HOUSE Special fall and winter rates. Phone 1400. Aabury Park, N. J. A Whole Square on tne Ocean Front. Michigan. MOUNT CLEMENS MINERAL BATHS World renowned for Rheumatism, Nervous ness and tliat run-down condition. Opvn all R>st the. year. Twenty mll?* from R)stroU. Ml. Clemen* tnterurban meets N. T. Central Wolverine every morning at Detroit. Write ?? L. POTTKB Ekwanok Cswso, for Booklet. , Manager. Dnalasm Men's Oft aside arc required to be conspicuously posted as State game sanctuaries. Regulations pertaining to the propagation and sale of migratory water fowl and game are gi\on. Tim text of the LoCey and mi gratory bird treaty acta and regulations per taining to them In this country and also la Canada is inc uiied. Trout for Cutsklll Stream*. The complete distribution of brook trout fingerlings by the Hummltville Field Hatch* lug Station of the Conservation Commission indicates that .|fi5,8,'iO fish of this species were planted. The great majority of these fingerlings. averaging from two to four Inches in length, were deposited in the pub lic waters of Sullivan and Ulster counties. This would provide good nearby brook trout fishing for sportsmen of New York city in localities which arc difficult of access to the regular fish hatcheries of the State, and emphasizes the utility of the field Htatton in fish'culturnl operations as a means of sup- ' plying localities somewhat remote tyom reg ular railroad' accommodations, hut which offer splendid trout fishing grounds. The product of the Hummltvlllo Field Station wa* especially fine tills year and the loss In cirV tiiatlon anil transportation notably small. The splendid stocking of a large portion of the CaUkill region by this field station would not have been possible through tlis agency of tlie regular hatcheries because of the lack of transportation for the Commis sion Fish Car. It was done through mes senger shipments mainly over the lints of the Ontario and Western Railroad. INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C. ' SQUARE HOUSE IN THE N COUNTRY A HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS UNDER 15. Do you wish your son to he an honor able Christian gentleman, orderly, obedient, truthful, square? SEND HIM TO Square House, where all of his man making qualities will bo developed. Normal happy home and school life, , combining thorough individual academ ic training with a wealth of auper vlsi-d out-of-door activities. 80 miles from New York, on the Sound. Full Information. Miss 8NEDLGROVE. Principal. Hotel Judson. Washington Squaro South, New York, N. Y. Become a Linguist Learn to speak Spanish, French, German, Italian or some other foreign tongue. Improve yourself socially una In business. The cost is low?the results are certain. Day and Evening Classes through the year. Private Instruction If dcslrod. Ask for catalogue. Trial Lesson Free SCHOOL OF* LA N G UA G ES loro 3S6 BDANCHCS 30 West 84th St. Tel. Pennsylvania 11M Brooklyn?2)8 I.lrtngston St. Tel. Main 1040 BeRRet?Y:fe* SCHOOL^BOYS 311 Weit Eighty-third St. "From Primary to College" 43d yenr begins September 28th. Special preparation for all colleges, technical schools, or- for business life; also for West Point and An napolis. Small classes; individual instruction. Large swimming pool, gymnasium building. root play ground?all on premises. Regulated athletics and recreation. Supervision from 8:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. If de sired. Afternoon Outing Classes. Headmaster at School Every Horning. LOUIS B. RAY, Ph.D., Headmaster. Telephone Schuyler 4838. McBurney School FOR ROYS. The ll^istrated catalog tells ithe story of small classes where every boy recites many times each day. of unusual equip ment (library, swimming pool, 3 gymna siums, etc.), and of a close personal at tention to the Individual that assures thorough college preparation. Upper and Lower Schools open Sept. 27. Circle 28(10. 818 W. B7th St. Thomas Heme nway. Headmaster. West Hide Y. M. C. A. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Sacra* tarisl, Typewriting, Civil Service and Penmanship Departments. DaV and Evening Sessions. Call or write for Catalogue. 123d St, A Lenox Ave. New York City. ?J ? A Student ]6?Sch(M Afternoon md schools. A Student can oats* either, brr 3. either. Opens Oete Three yeare* course. "DwtgM ? Method" of Instrue* tlcn, making pre-eminent the 8tady of Legal Principles and the Reasons thsrofor. Record of graduates notable, fiend for catalogue ta GEORGE CHA8E. Dean. Slf W. 23d HA. K. *. City. LAW SCHOOL UNIVERSITY WOOL WORTH RI.DO., NEW YORK. MORNING SESSION, 9:30 to 11:39 AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 to 4 EVENING SESSION, 6 to S Catalogue. Co- Educational. Opens dept. ML BROOKLYN Breokl ya^jTT I A U/ CrilAAl "?*???"? LA IT OLnUUL MONDAY. 8KPT. ? Morning. Afternoon aad Seeding Sessions. ko4 far CaUlegme. REGISTER NOV. TL. P, ...r.1 n BOARDINO AND DA* 1 ne oempie school for girls. 841-248 Central Park West, New York. Primary, Academic, College Preparatory and Post Graduate Courses. John Burroughs School for boys 8 to 11 years. 1(M2 MADISON AVENUE. Plion" Rhlnelander 177.">. Fall term begins Octoper 8. Established .*>0 Years, nil i inn SECRETARIAL COUnSH DALLAKD Register now for Fall Class. CCU/VM 6ID I**. Ave., at 83d ML SLMWL Central Branch Y. W. C. A. GARDNER SCHOOL for GIRLS 11 Kast 81st fit.. N. Y. City. Boarding. Day. Primary to Poat-Oraduate. Secretarial. 68th yr. begins Oct. 8d. \m. u'HOOL, 83 West 48th Street. I fiveretarial training. Individual r instruction. Register now. Btu dsiits under sixteen not admitted. PRATT DANCING INSTRUCTION. Announcement BALLET STI 010 ALEXANDERKOTCHETOVSKY BAI.LET MAfiTKK AND ARTISTF. BAMEFF'H CHAUA K-SOI HIS THEATRE. To begin on Oct. t. 1032. Particulars re garding couraea will be glvtn personally bv Sir. A. Kotchetoveky from Rapt. 18. 8-4 P. M.. fit II W. 75th 8t., off Central Pack.