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ANGELS AND SENATORS WILL OPEN SERIES TODAY ANGELS READY TO WIPE OUT DEFEAT Will Tackle Senators Today in an Effort to Secure Sweet Revenge SHOULD CLEAN UP THE SERIES Berry's Men Figure Far and Away Ahead of the Visiting Band PORTLAND RETAINS LEAD BY WINNING FROM OAKS Clab— Won. Lost. Pot. Portland 68 65 .553 Oakland "3 «4 .633 San Francisco ........ 72 64 .839 Vernon 69 65 .515 I .on Angeles 68 60 .497 Sacramento 48 81 .373 RESULTS OF GAMES Portland 1, Oakland 0. Vernon 2, San Francisco 0. GAMES TODAY I i/os Angeles-Sacramento, at Chutes. San Francisco- at San Fran cisco. ..... . Portland-Oakland, at Portland. Vernon started ont right yesterday by taking the Seals down a peg in the first frame. of their week's series, and Fort land kept Its hold on first place by slipping, a trimming to thy Oaks. I Here at home there was nothing, the long Jump from Portland to Los Angeles being responsible for the non-arrival of the Senators. A full seven game sched ule will be maintained, however, the teams battling off their extra contest next Monday afternoon. ■ The Angels hare a grand chance to more up a couple of places this week, for, while the stronger teams will be cutting each others' throats the locals can fret action against the tall endere. However, Sacramento proved a stumbling block to the Angels In their last en gagement, and history may repeat It self. For Hen Berry's sake let's hope It doesn't. Revenge is the battle cry of the week at Chutes and Doyle parks. Those impudent Senators, trailers In the Coast league ranks, are here ready to tackle the Angels in the opening game t>t the series, and Hen Berry's war riors have drawn on their armor to op pose the invaders. The series will mean more than win ning or losing a few frames. On their last trip away from home Berry's boy», filled with the confidence of many victories on the local lots, bumped into the Senators on the capi tol stamping ground and it was all off. Six straight games went to the Gra liamites and Hen and his band pwore vengeance on their conquerors. And now the occasion is ripe. The Senators succumbed to a six in a row letting at Portland and Berry is fig uring his men can repeat the dose and even up for the galling defeat which Graham's gang slipped him up north three weeks ago. If the Angels do not get far and away the better of the series it will be because that unaccountable thing—the hoodoo— is working overtime. Against the ehnmpion Seals last week the lo cals performed in bear cat style and on dope Sacramento looks almost twice m> easy. But the Senators may have Los An geles' number, as past events have shown, and If such is the case local rooters will see the Angels again slip ping toward the subcellar. Such ,i .:> - lamity is unlooked for, however, and Hen is willing to bet anything from the hole In a doughnut to his newest viece of headgear that at least five of the seven games to be played will Jind the Angels carrying off top num bers on the score sheet. Hen insists that if the bet be made a trip to some nearby town is in order, for he will take no chances of going to the booby hatch just when lie is needed at the front. There is plenty of action promised all over the circuit this week. With the Villagers up against the Seals on the latters' stamping ground and Port land having the advantage of home crowds In tackling Oakland, business Is bound to be brisk. The leaders are fo bunched that changes In percent age ratings can be looked for all the time, and it is up to the Angels to go right ahead nnd make up for what they suffered earlier In the season. DANNY GOODMAN FAILS TO STAY WITH FARMER MEMPHIS, Term., Aug. 16.—Danny Goodman of Chicago, after having a good I'ad in the first round, ran into a wild swing of "Kid" Farmer of Peorla, 111., and was knocked down and almost out at the Phoenix Athletic club last, night. He wai game and stag . to his feet, only to be knocked down again and almost through the The i rowd yelled to the refi ree to stop the fight, but the bell sounded With Goodman on the floor. In the ttjird round he came back dazed and groggy, ami alter another knockdown th, referee stopped the fight. THE ABBE TAKES FEATURE AT FORT ERIE OPENING BUFFALO, Aug. 16.—Ths feature of the opening day of the ;r:ml. circuit meet over the Fort Krle lOnl i oval was the Maple Leaf . i ;l l>. , ;.. ■■■■■. for :'l" pace, The Chamber of Commerce winner, The Abhp, with Ed Geera li, the sulky, was the favorite and won In BtralKht Iv a: Summary: ■ 2:17 trot, JlftW, three In four— Direct Tons won, Velzora. st-eond, Captain Cute third: best time SrfO'.i. ■ •_■■!:, pace, Th« Mepl^ Lraf, $5000, three In live—The Abbe won, lUanham EauEhman «eo i>nd, May Day third; bo t lime 2:07. 2:07 pace, $1000, three In f n Walter Hal ■won, Bit P°>' second, Gordon Prince third; beat time 2:O6<A. WESTERN LEAGUE At Pioux'Clty—Sfoux City, 6; Wirhita, 1 Called at the end ol the fifth; rain. At Omahtt-Omaha, 8; Denver, B. At Lincoln—Lincoln, 3. St. Jo eph. fl. At Deb Moln*s—Des Moines, 2; To pekti, 3. JSieven Innings. STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATIONAL LEAUI'K Club— Won. boat. ret. ChlfiiKn 67 34 .663 I'lttstoiirg 61 40 .004 New V.irk 60 41 Mt I liii-iiiimil S3 53 ..MM) riiilnilrl|ihla JO 53 .490 Ilrookl.vn 4* «0 .4U St liiiiU 4- «4 .S»8 Bottom M 10 .338 AMERICAN LEAUCE Club— Won. Lout. Pot. rlilltulf-lphla 13 S3 .«*> Huston 63 46 .37? Drttult 60 48 .536 New York 60 49 .530 Cleveland 48 .VI .433 Washington 47 62 .431 Chicago 44 64 415 St. Louis »4 71 Mi AMERICAN ASSOCIATION . Club— Won. lost. Pet. Minneapolis M 41 .067 Toledo 63 55 .343 St. raid 68 58 .541 Kansas City 89 50 .500 Columbus 53 61 .474 Milwaukee 1 54 60 .430 Indianapolis 53 «8 .4.18 Louisville 44 73 .370 WESTERN LEAGUE Club— Won. Lost. Pot. Rloui City 73 43 .684 Denver 71 43 .633 Lincoln 63 49 .563 Wichita 84 50 .3«t St. Joseph M «2 .4.16 Omaha 81 «3 •<« l>es Molnes 48 60 .410 Topeka -."V 35 78 - 309 RAGING COMMISSION IS AFTER BETTORS' PENNIES Kentucky Turf Board Will Make Changes for the Good of the Sport LOUISVILLE, Ky., Aug. 16.—Two important matters will be tnken up for consideration by the Kentucky racing commission, following the disposition of the Bedwell case, which comes up at the next meeting of the commission August 24. One of the questions to be considered is whether the jockey clubs of the state in which the part mutuels now used are getting much of a "rake off" from the odd cents after the calcula tions ai« made on each race. It is the custom of Jockey dubs that no pennies be paid out. When the number of tickets sold is considered the amount thus secured by the clubs is large, and in addition the clubs receive 5 per cent of each bet made. Another matter that will come up pertains to selling races. As-a result of alleged doping of horses at the re cent Latonia meeting a new rule has been Introduced whereby a veterinary surgeons will be employed at each track during a race meeting. ENGLISH RUGBY PLAYERS MAKE GOOD IN AUSTRALIA Word has been received by D. Hud dleston, the noted Pasadena Rugby football expert, that the English Rugby stars visiting in New Zealand are meeting with unqualified success and defeating all comers with great regu larity. Recent returns state that the British players, members of the North ern Union team, after defeating Aus tralia in the great tests, went on to New Zealand and kept up their good work. Their first victims were the Maoris, and the one-sided score of 29 to 0 was chalked up by the Englishmen. This was followed by a 27 to 0 tally with the same teams in the field, and then came a match with Auckland, In which the visitors rolled up 52 points while their opponents were collecting 9. The English team, which is com posed for the most part of Lancashire and Yorkshire players, originally in tended returning to England via America and giving exhibitions In this country. These plans were changed, however, because too much time was passed in the Antipodes and the play ers must reach home by the most di rect route. AMERICAN LEAGUE CHICAGO, Aug. 16. — New York pounded Olmstead hard In the sixth inning today, and four hits, coupled with three errors, netted five runs, New York winning the final game of ries, 7 to l. Score: Xew York 7, hits 10, errors 0. Chicago 1, hits 7, errors 3. Batteries—Quinn and Sweeney; Olm stead, Young, White and Sullivan. WASHINGTON, Aug. 16.—Washing ton and Detroit .struggled through nine innings of rain and mud today, the latter finally winning, 8 to 3. The I game was interrupted twice by show ers. Ty Cobb -stole home from third in the fourth inning. The score: Washington 3, hits 13, errors 4. Detroit 8. hits », errors 1. Batteries—Groom, Ottfy and Ain sinith; Donovan and Schmidt. ' CLEVEIiAND, Aug. 16. Cleveland was badly beaten by Philadelphia to day, is to 8. Falleenberg weakened in the eighth and a clos< nteet was m ide decidedly one-sided. The batting of Btovall, Collins ami r.aker and Harry's llelding were features. Score: Cleveland '■'■, hits 11, errors :i Philadelphia 18, hits 23, errors 0. Batteries —Falkenberg and Easterly; Plank, Dygert, Coombs and Thomas, Livingston. ST. LOUIS, Aug. lfi. —Boston won the last game of the series today, 2 to 0. Smith weakened in the eighth and was replaced by Hall, who stopped a rally mi the part of St. Louis. Engle took Gardner's place at second base in the th. The latter was badly spiked. Score: Boston 2, hitfi 9, errors 0. St. Louis 0, hits 6, errors n. Batteries —Smith, Hall and Kleinow, Carlgan; Llnke, Ray and Killifer, Stephens. __ KEARNEY ON VACATION Big Chief Dan Kearney has gone to Catallna for a few dayi and there la weeping and wailing along lower Main street. The chief will put In his time trying to locate gome wild goatl and will not return until he lias bagged .some-thing. Kearney fell into one of the, l>ig ga.she.s tuat run back from the beach at the Wand la^t year and Is providing himself against a recurrence of the event. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1910. SPORTS CARLISLE'S HOMER WINS FOR VERNON Villagers Take the Opening Game from San Francisco by 2 to 0 Score BRACKENRIDGE TWIRLS WELL Hogan's Pitcher Slams Over the Slants That Seals Fail to Touch SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. Vernon took the first game of the series from i San Francisco today at Recreation i park by a score of 2 to 0. In the third inning: Carlisle drove an Easterly bender over the right-field fence and came galloping home behind Brown. These were the only two runs of the game. Brackenridge served a pitching dish to the local team that was not to their liking. The score: VERNON AB R H SB PO A E Carlisle, cf 3 I 1 0 3 0 0 trenail. If 4 -0 1 0 2 0 0 N. Brashear, lb. 4 0 0 0 IV. 10 H. Brashear, 2b. 4 0 0 0 2 4 0 Burrell, 3b 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 Coy. rf 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 I.liidsey. » 4 0 0 0 1 5 0 Brown, cf 2 l 1 l I 0 0 l!t,-ickcnridge. p. 3010130 Total*. 31 2 6 3 27 13 0 SAN FRANCISCO AB R H SB PO A E Vltt, 3b 4 0 0 ,0 0 3 1 Mohler. 2h 4 0 SO 2 3 1 Madden, cf 3 0 00 0 1 0 Tennant, lb 4 0 1 0 13 2 0 Bodie, If 2 0 0 0 3.0 0 Melchoir, rf....4 0 1 0 1 0 0 Berry, c 3 0 0 0 4 5 1 McArdla, S3 .... 4 010.3 5 0 East ley, p 30 1 0 3 3 0 Shaw* 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Stewart" 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .Total! 33 0 7 0 27 19 3 score BY INNINGS Vernon 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 o—2 Base hits ..0 0212000 I—61 —6 San Francisco .00000000 o—o0 — 0 Base hits ..21100110 I—7 •Batted for Berry In ninth Inning. ••Batted for Eastley In ninth Inning. SUMMARY Home run—Carlisle. Two-base hitMoh ler. Sacrifice —Brown. Flrit base on called —Off Brackenrtdge, 3; oft East ley, 1. Struck —By Braekenridge, 2; by Eastley, 2. Hit by pitched —Car- lisle. Double plays—LJndsay to R. Brash ear. N. Brashear. Time of game, 1:40. Umpires—Hlldebrand and Van Haltren. ADVERSE LAWS DRIVE J. B. KEENE FROM TURF Vwe Chairman of the Jockey Club Will Sell Stables of Thoroughbreds NEW YORK, Aug. 18—Anti-racing legislature Is likely to result in retire ment from the turf of James R. Keene. vice chairman of the Jockey club, who for many years has been one of the largest owners In the Mr. Keene says that he will retain about ten of his yearlings, to be raced next year. The others will be disposed of at public auction. The horses have not been as success ful as usual this year, and it is said his big stable has been run at a loss, even though the winnings are close to $30,000. Last year the stables cleared up $111,000, and in 1907 he made a world's record with winnings of $397,000. NATIONAL LEAGUE NEW YORK, Aug. 16.—New York won from Pittsburg today, 2 to 1, the third consecutive game marked by the same score. Both Ames and Adams pitched superbly and the issue was in doubt until the eighth inning. Score: Pittsburg 1, hits 7, errors 2. New York 2, hits 6, error* 2. Batteries —Adams and Gibson; Ames and Bchlel. Umpires, Rlgler and Ems lie. BOSTON, Aug. 16.—St. Louis and Boston split a double-header today, the visitors taking the first game, 7 to 5, and Boston winning the second game, 7 to, 3. Three local pitchers were batted hard in the first contest, and Boston's errors helped St. Louis, Frock was effective In the second game. Score: First game: St. Louis 7, hits 14, errors 1. Boston 5, hits 9, errors 5. Batteries—Lush and Phelps, Evans; Frock, Brown and Graham. Umpires, Klem and Kane. < Second game: St. Louis 3, hits R. errors 1. Boston 7, hits 10, errors 1. Batteries — Willis. Backman and Phelps; Frock and Raridan. Umpires, Klem and Kane. 'PHILADELPHIA. Aug. lfi-Cincin nati won both games today, 6 to 3 and 4 to 1. The visitors, although out batted In the first game, bunched their safe drives to better effect than their opponents, while in the second Suggs pitched effectively. Score: First game: Cincinnati 6, hits 9, errors 1. Philadelphia 3, hits 13, errors 3 Batteries — Rowan and McLean, Clark; Moran, Schettler, Slaughter and Moran. Umpires, O'Day and Brennan. Second game: Cincinnati 4, hits 9, errors 2. Philadelphia 1, hits 4, errors 1. Batteries— Suggs and Clark; Schett ler and Jacklitseh. Umpires, Brennan and O'Day. BROOKLYN. Aug. 16. — Chicago- Brr>oklyn game postponed; rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Columbus —Toledo, 1; Columbus, 8. At Milwaukee—Kansas City, 5; Mil waukee, 2. At Indianapolis — Louisville, 3; In dianapolis, 4. Eleven innings. WESTERN PLAYERS WIN AT NEWPORT Bundy and Hendrick Have Easy Time in First Round of Singles RAIN HINDERS THE SCHEDULE Soggy Courts Allow Little Chance for Speed but Program Is Successful 'Associated Press) NEWPORT, R. 1., Aug. Despite a morning rain and soggy courts, the all j iTOiners tournament in /the national lawn tennis championships progressed ! rapidly today. Sixty-live matches were disposed of in the first and second rounds. The principal match of the day—that between T. R. Pell and W. A. Johnson —was won by the former. Johnson has been ill but made a good showing. T. C. Bundy of California walked through nis match in the second round with P. S. I. Randolph of Philadelphia, winning three love sets. The first round was completed during the forenoon, and good progress was made in the second round. The sum mary: Allcomers singles, first round (con cluded) —A. S. Dabney, jr., defeated S. J. Wugstaff, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. T. W. Hend rick. defeated C. L. Sherman, 6-1, 6-0, 6-1. A. N. Regßie defeated \V. D. Bourne, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7, 6-4. 8. L. Seals defeated William McCreath by default. Second round—J. S. Billings, jr., de feated W. S. Brown by default. T. R. Pell defeated W. F. Johnson, 7-5, 8-6, ■jKIL>. y" ' ■ *■• ' 6-4. B. C. Wright defeated G. Me- Church, 7-5, 3-6, 6-1, 6-1. B. L. Beals defeated W. T. Cook, jr., 6-0, 6-3, 6-2. F. C. Colston defeated F. T. Ausland, 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. T. Bundy defeated Ran dolph, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. INTERCITY LEAGUE TEAMS IN HOT FIGHT FOR LEAD When it comes to an exciting fight for first place, the big leaguers have nothing on the amateurs. In the In tercity league there are four teams contesting for premier honors and three bunched for second place. The much-discussed game between the Goldsmiths and the Union Hardwares was again brought beforo the Jeague and the decision of Umpire McGreevy that a runner on third can go home cm a balk whether basei are full or not will be given to Sporting Life. Their ruling will be accepted ai final The \Vi>'lan<liTs' protested game with the Alhambra team was not allowed. A grand assemblage of all managers, captains, mascots, players and substi tutes of the Intercity league will be held at room 21 of the Walker build ing Friday evening. This will be the last meeting of the league, and accord ingly is expected to be the most im portant of the year. A picture of the entire league will be taken at 8:15 promptly, and the members are ex pected to be punctual. The disputed game between the Y. M. C. A. and Echo Park teams was awarded to the Y. M. C. A. at last Friday's meeting of the league, In Kplte of the fact that Bridwell was used after he had been barred. How ever, when he pitched against the Wlelanders they handed him an awful trouncing and as they were In turn beaten by the Echos, the restriction against his playing was recalled. «-«-* I —" — ' I BOWLING On the Brunswick alleys last, night in the Electric league the Western Electric company took live straight from the Pacific Slates. Bursar had high game and average for the nlKht and was the only player who showed form.. The score: PACIFIC STATES 1. 2. ». 4. 6. Tot. Ay. Snow 133 182 120 143 133 660 183 BnrUl 98 144 141 158 111 653 130 Carter 1U 131 1» 1" "5 648 129 Totals 3*9 407 SBB 437 380 1960 WESTERN ELECTRIC CO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tot. Ay. rhua 123 132 108 138 156 657 131 Kunyan 133 140 123 139 174 713 143 Burger 137 172 160 201 168 J3B 167 Total, 393 444 391 478 498 2218 Sinsabaugh, Who with Duncan Will Enter Salt Lake Tournament GREGG ALLOWS ONE HIT IN TWELVE-INNING GAME Beavers Nose Out Oaks After the Contest Has Gone Beyond Regular Limit PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 16.-Portland won today's game from Oakland in the twelfth inning by a 1 to 0 score. j Both Gregg and Willis were on their I mettle, but honors were slightly in fa vor of Gregg, who held the visitors | down to one lonely hit, in addition to striking out sixteen of them. Score: OAKLAND AB R H SB PO A E Hognn. if and lb 5 0 0 0 12 0 1 IWares, m 5 0 0 0 3 3 0 Monart, If 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 Cameron, lh 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 Wolverton, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 3 0 Culshaw. 2b 4 0 0 0 2 4 0 Bwander, rf 4 0 0 0 6 2 0 Mil/..-, c 4 0 0 0 5 2 0 ■ Willis, p 3 0 0 0 13 0 'Carroll, cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Totals 34 0 1 0 *34 15 1 I POUTLAND AB R H SB PO A E 'Ryan, cf .'. 0 0 0 0 0 0 lOlsen. ks 5 0 0 on ;, o Kappi, lb 5 o i o 12 l o j Fisher, c S 1 2 0 16 0 0 Casoy, 2b 6 0 3 0 3 3 0 Shoeiian. 3b 4 0 2 0 13 0 ! Kp.ras, If 4 0 112 0 0 jOrt. r« 4*000200 Gregg, p 4 0 0 0 0 10 Totals 41 1 S 1 36 13 0 •One out when winning run scored. SCORE BY INNINGS Oakland 0000000 0 000 0-0 Base hit* ....0000000100 0 o—l Portland 00000000000 I—l Base hits .... 03001100010 3-8 SUMMARY Struck out—By Gregg, ID; by Wlllli, 4. Banes on tialln—Off GreßK, 2. Two-baae hlt»—Rappe, Casey. Double play—Casoy (unassisted). Sac rifice hits—Wolverton, Sheehon. Hit by pitched ball—Massart. First gaee on errors—Port land 1. Left on basei—Oakland. 2; Portland. 7 Time or gamo-1:65. Umplre-McGreevy. CUBS GET GOOD TWIRLER LEXINGTON, Ky., Aug. 16.—Plteln r Fred Toney of the Blue-Grass league was sold today by the Winchester club to the Chicagol National league club. Toney's achievements include a 17-in ning no-hit game In which he struck out nineteen batsmen. IMb home is at Nashville, Term. ■ MISCHIEF I WINS FROM ALERT BY NARROW MARGIN SINSABAUGH WILL GO TO SALT LUKE Will Enter with Duncan in Inter- Mountain Championship Tourney Next Week Simpson M. Slnsabaugh and Jack Duncan, tennis stars of Los Angeles, will leave next Wednesday for Salt Lake, where they expect to take part in the Intermountaln lawn tennis championship tournament to be held In that city Thursday, Friday and Sat urday of next week. They ■will be met on their arrival by Tom Bundy and Trow Hendrlck, who Intend to stop at Salt Lake on their return from Newport. The loss of these four to the Del Monte tournament will be keenly felt and will leave most of the way clear for the further triumphs of Melville Long and Maurice McLoughlin should the internationalists decide to return for the Pacific coaat event. RACING RESULTS SARATOGA RACE TRACK, Aug. 16. —Bashti, rUUlon by Shilling and favor ite In the'betting, easily won the Spin way stakes for 2-year-old fillies here today. Shilling took her off In front at the start and she quickly opaned up a big lead. At the turn into the stretch Shilling was easing her up. August Bclmont announced today that the Matron stakes, which is run at Bel mont park every fall, will be run off at Pimlico, Baltimore, this fall. Sum mary: First race, six furlong«—Herklmer. won; Besom, second; Helmet, third. Time, till 1-5. Second race, mile —Woodcraft, won; The Squire, second; Dorante, third. Time, 1:40. Third race, five and a half furlongs— Bashti. won; bove Note, second; Sweep Away, third. Time. J :06 1-5. Fourth rare, mile and an eighth—Uncas Chief, won; Firestone, second; Bob R., third. Time, 1:52 2-5. Fifth race, five and a half furlongs — firanite, won; Ben I.naca, second; The Ras cal, third. Time. 1:07. Sixth race, mile —Cinque, won; Sebastian, second; Frances nay, third. Time, 1:40. BUTTE RESULTS BUTTB, Mont., Aug. 16 —Coppertown easily won the feature race today, The horso wus fttvorltu In a srood field. One other favorite won. Results: First racn, futurity course, selling—Ramon Corona. HI (Klrschhaum), won; Caesar, [OH (Balden), second; Albion H., 107 (linos), third. Time. 1:11. s.-.-nnd race, five and a half furlong*, sell ing— Gosslppcr It, 112 i Van Dunn), won; Swagerlator, 114 (Taylor), second; Titus H, 114 (Johnson), third. Time, l:0S. Third r»c», futurity course. ISillaa—Emma 9,, lUO iVoHpor), won; Banonlca, 107 ciiau gel). ■■jcono; Mauretanla. 11l (Boluiwi), third. Time, 1:10 3-5. Fourtli race, six furlongs-Cnppertown, l«r, (Flßiher), won; Lord of the Forest, 108 i oaiiKM). second; Forn I>, 98 (Kederls), tblrd. Time. 1:14. Fifth race, one mile, selling—Miss Naomi, K'7 i Fischer), won; Kalserhoff, 111 (Klrsch baum), Meond; Flora Rlley, 100 (Coonoy), third. Time, 1:41 3-5. Sixth race, one mile. selling—Hancock, 112 (Prior), won; Ornato, limi (Van Dusen), second: Treasure Seeker, 104 (Taylor), third. Time. 1:42. BUTTE ENTRIES First race, eleven-slxteenths of a mile, sell ing—Big Eldorado. 97; I.lttle Blva, Lorento. Mary Dresi, lllsa Hattle, Queen Full, 107; Bwift McN'c-ill, 112. Heeond race, flve furlongs. sclllng-Deadwoort, 101; Louise 8., 99; Milt Jones, 106; Othale, 97; '' .hi i.-'iiet 100; Pearl Bass, 98; Phoebe C, 105. Third race, six furlongs, selling—Capt. Bur nett, 106; Cool, 106; Cabin. Ill; Emma 0., 109; .1. M. Strikes. 104; Jack O'ljaijtern, 111; Phll llntlna. Hey El Tovar, 107; fiona, 108; Swede Sam. Ill; Tom Reid, 109; Tllllnghast. 111. .Fourth race, mile and seventy yard", handi cap—Harlem Maid, 05; Jack Payne. 107; Lewis ton, 88; Ocean Queen, 101; Rosevule, 108. Fifth rare, one mile and seventy yard«, sell ing—Brighton, 99; Endymlon, 106; Footlooße, 104; Spring Ban, 108; Tv» Bo»t, 94; Tavor*, 109. Sixth rare. bljc furlrnjs, »ellln«—Arqiillene, 114. Acqula. UWi Bonftls, David WarfUld, Flrmroot. Hannibal Bey. 106; Jlllett. 1UB; Kid North, ao; Minnie, Molllt? Montrone, 104. Seventh race, six furlongs, selllng-Beulah I.cc, Bay Garter. 104; Bardonla, Carasco, 108; conspirator, 111; Ueneen, David Boland, Dor lan Prince, Urenhum, Meuden, 10«; Orllene, lU4. MISCHIEF WINNER BY TWO SECONDS South Coast Craft Defeats Alert by the Narrowest Kind of a Margin . MAY ENTER IN THE CUP RACE Annual Event for Santa Barbara Perpetual Trophy Draws Out Good Field BERT S. COLEMAN SANTA BAKBARA, Aug. 16.—1n a match race over a ten mile triangular course, Mischief I of the South Const Yacht club won the most closely con tested number of the Santa Barbara regatta this afternoon over the Alert, of the local club. The event was in tensely exciting because the two yachts were barely 200 feet apart from the start to the finish, the Mischief win ning by only two seconds. A« the boats came over the line the South Coast craft was only half a length ahead. The Mischief outpoint ed the Alert and gulneil slightly, run ning free, but the smaller boat drew up to her rival on the last leg home on a reach. The Mischief had gained a slight ad vantage at the start by rounding the flu* closer to windward. For nino miles she Increased the gap slightly, but the Alert managed to draw up on her lee quarter during the last hun dred yards. Intense interest wan shown in the event because the Santa Barbara eraft'H great work had aroused alarm among the South Coasters. It is probable another match race between the two boats will be pulled off before the close of the regatta. Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock the annual race for the Santa Barbara perpetual cup will be held, the entries being the Mah-pe, Winsome, Slwash, Minerva, Mischief, Wasp, Wave and Alert. This will open three days of racing among the local and visiting craft. ALLEN AWARDED CUP AT MT. WASHINGTON COURTS Children's Tourney Brought to a Successful Close—Players Pleased with Results The final day's play In the Mt. Washington children's tournament brought out a number of matches of the close variety and gave a fair slaed gallery the chance to witness some really good tennis. The youngsters were in fine trim and fought every point to a finish. Dolph Allen, as was predicted, took the first prize In Hie singles, although Noel Foster gave him a hard match in the final round. Allen received the Mt. Washington children's champion ship cup and Foster was consoled with a racket. The most Interesting matches of the day In the singles events were played between Allen and Moon, Foster and Ganahl, the younger players winning In both instances. Dolph Allen and H. Burlingame put up a hard fight in the flnul round of the doubles and came within a point of annexing the match In .straight sets. Saunders and Thomp son let out an extra run, however, at the critical time and won the last two sets. Cups were awarded to Saunders and Thompson, rackets to Burlingame and Allen. After the games the prizes were awarded and the children were served a repast by the hotel management. The event was a success in every par ticular and will probably be an an nual aaffir. The contestants voted the tournament the best ever and each in dividual youngster declared his inten tion of entering next year and making a much better showing for this sea son's experience. The summaries of the final day's matches follow: N. Foster against F. Cornett —Foster won, 9-7, 7-9, 8-6. D. Allen against O. Welbourne-KAllen •won, 6-2, 7-5. V. Ganahl against L. Wright—Ga nahl won, 6-0, 6-0. D. Allen against P.. Moon—Allen won, 6-4, 5-7, 6-0. N. Foster against V. Ganahl—Foster won, 6-2, 1-6, 6-2. D. Allen against N. Foster—Allen ■ won, 6-3, 6-1. R. Johnson and N. Foster against D. Allen and H. Burlingame, the latter winning in 1-6, 6-1, 6-4. D. Allen and H. Uurllngame against B, Saunders and S. Thompson, the lat ter winning in 8-6, 7-5, 6-1. WOMEN TO COMPETE FOR HIGH AQUATIC HONORS NEW YORK. Aug. 16.—The second international world's championship swimming, race for women will be held In the largest swimming pool In the world at Qeorge C. Tilyou'e Steeple chase park. Coney Island. It has been arranged to bo held Thursday even- Ing, September 8, and It is also ar ranged to hold a world's diving cham pionship in the aame pool Thursday evening, August 25. These events are open to all, the winners to receive the Tllyou gold diamond studded cham pionship medals anil handsome jew eled sterling silver and bronze medals will be awarded to second and third In each event. As a number of women swimmers and divers are claiming the title to these events this will give them the opportunity to prove their right to claim the title. Entries will close for the diving championship Monday, Aug ust 22, and the swimming champion ship Monday, September 5. WHITNEY FILLY SCORES STOCKTON, England, Aug. 16.— H. P. Whitney's Belle of Troy filly won the trial all-age selling plate of 200 sovereigns for 2-year-olds and upward, five furlongs, run here today. The Cyatean filly was second and Coronal third. Seven started.