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THE BEOOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YOBK, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1900. I. GLORIOUS OLD IMP Black Mare Defeats Kinley Mack, Ethelbert and McMeekin in the Second Special. CONROY'S HOLLY HANDICAP. Spirited Sport at Gravesend Montanio, Cock Robin, Lief Prince and Greenock Capture Purses. Iontaiiie. Turner, to o. Cock ltobiu,, !) to 3 Couroy, Spencer. to 1. Imp, T. lliiriiN. 7 to 1. Lief I'rinoi', Spencer. If! to 5. Grecnoelc, T. Burns, 10 to 1. Old Imp furnished another of those surprises, which have marked her successful, if somewhat checkered career, yesterday, by defeating a small but select field in the Second Special at Gravesend. The race was one of the best of the year, and Imp's great performance was greeted with, the tumultuous cheering that is always accorded her when she wins a race. Strongly as has Imp embedded herself in the affections of the racing public, it was surprising to witness this ovation, for she was the extreme outsider in the betting, and, as a rule, whenever a pronounced favorite, such as Ethelbert was, is beaten, the victory of an outsider is received with an utter lack of enthusiasm. But Imp is a turf idol and winners and losers alike joined in the ovation to her prowess. Kinley Mack ran a line race. He was conceding the others five pounds and that he should finish second was, under the circumstances, a very creditable performance. A length was ail that Kinley Mack was defeated, and his admirers found consolation in the fact thnt he again defeated Ethelbert under circumstances that wire all in the hitter's favor. That Ethelbert was defeated en his merits there can be no gainsaying. The track was fast and there was no interfsrence. He was not accorded a bad start and his rider, who was this time Turner, made every use of him and c - mini t ted no error of judgment either in pace or in making his run. The pace was fast and even throughout, and for Perry Belmont's horse mere 'i eiisG. At the finish he was only neck n the behind Kinley Mack, but if he had been t horse that his admirers have til. claimed him to be he would not alo: riete.ifpri Kinlev Mack but Imp ah along have His race in the Annual Champion of a iveek ago mil - have taken the edge oil Ins speed, out this is hardly probable a. - he h. - .d a full week in which to recuperate. I When the start was made imp at tiio lend Kinlov Maei: lying once , I ond, the three year old - McMeekin. with Spencer in the saddle, third, and Ethelbert trailing. All were under wraps as they swept bv ihe stand the first time and they were lenctl - .s apart. This order was unchanged tin the Laekstretch. but when, at the end of seven furlongs, it was seen that Turner had becua to urge - the favorite a trin in order to keen uo his backers t - rcw a little uneasy. At the mile Imp w'f a length in front, her head nod - line still :d her limbs moving with th - i precision oi a well oiled piece of machinery. Mc.Mookin had moved up to within a half length of Kinley Mack, while Ethelbert was only a neck away. Burns let out a link n mare as she swept into the stretch and she responded sj quickly that he again tightened his hold on ! 1 1. When well straightened on: in the stretch I J the race began in earnest. M"V.eokin was the 1 N first to show slsr - isi of waning strength, and Spencer began to ride hint with both hand and heel. Imp. never relaxing hor efforts, held her ndvo'itcge, and on Burns' face there aegCV look ot av.uttation as he saw McCue, on Ttinley Slack, go to the whip and Spencer follow suit. A sixteenth from the finish. Burns made his effort and the mare responded with spirit p.r.1 da:.h. Whip and spur though the others did, they could not gain a foot on the flying leader, and she swept under the wire with that same length l)ptwoe:i her and Kinley Mack which had existed from the start. Many have hee'i the black mare's victories in the past, out her performance yesterday in the Second Special was the crowning glory of her long career. Imp's weight was IIS pounds, the weights being at five pounds under the scale. Last year she won the same race, carrying 124 pounds, and established the track record for the distance. 2:34. Hor tin... in yesterday's race was one - fifth of a s. - rond slower. Kinley Mack's weight was IV pound?, which included a five pound penalty for winning the First Special on Tuesday last. Ethelbert's weight was 121 pounds, while McMeekin. who finished two lengths in the rear, shouldered 110 pounds. Criticism of Imp's change of form was abundant after the rare. She had started in the First Special, run on Tuesday last, and both Kinley Mack and McMeekin had. beaten her. To the experienced eye it was apparent that she was short on that occasion, and mar.v who had bat on her then more than recouped their losses yesterday. Bellario's slowness in leaving the post was responsible for his defeat in the Holiv Handicap. He carried top weight, was favorite at 13 to 5, was the eighth horse in the field of eleven to get away and. at the finish, was only beaten two heads by Conroy and Dublin. The former was in front from the drop of the flag to the finish. It was somewhat of a surprise to see Spencer get awav in the lead, as he Is usually one of the last to leave the post in a sprint. His advantage at the start was responsible for his victorv. for he was stopping fast at the end. Burns would have been second, but for being forced to pun up nis mount, Silverdaie, 1 few jumps before the finish was reached. He claimed a foul against Conroy, but the stewards were not impressed with his version of the Interference and they gave it a deaf ear. Finishing fifth, only a length behind Bei - lario, Silverdale's race was in marked contrast to his last performanco. Water Color the handsomest coit in iraining. was only beaten a neck for third mcnev. June flayfe stumbled soon after the start 'and threw his rider, Ransch, the boy escaping injury. Cock Robin won the steeplechase - very easily from Captain Piersall. The other starters all fell. Count Xavarro wr.s remounted by Cahill, the cross country rider, and ho took the horse over the course and finished third. Perlon was the first to come to grief, falling at the Liverpool, opposite the clubhouse. Mara landed in a sitting position, but was not hurt The second time around, Challenger failed to raise high enough at the hedge jump opposite the field stand, and, hitting it with his fore feet, turned a half somersault, apparently rolling over Chandler. Count Xavarro, who was right behind Challenger, also came down at this jump. Chandler was picked up unconscious, but he revived on his wav hack to the paddoek in the starter's carriage, and was able to walk off unassisted. Cock Robin came near falling at the second jump. Brazil going right on his neck. For the rest of the journey he fenced perfectly. Eight sprinters were sent to the post in the opening event, a high weight handicap for all ages over the short six furlong course. Montanic was a strong favorite, his closing price being a shade over even money. Gold Or was second choice at T to 1, and, getting away flying, he set a warm pace to the stretch, where Turner sent Montanic to the front, the latter winning easily by two lengths. Gold Or lasted long enough to gain second place by a short length from Carhuncle, who finished very strong. Burns rode a poor judged race on Annoy, who, with a stronger rider, would have been third. Although Montanic ran In the name of W. C. Whitney, the pur3e went to Prince Poniatowski, who had purchased him before the race. Lief Prince's last race was such a good one that he was chosen as favorite for the fifth race, a selling affair at five furlongs. Two year olds to the number of fourteen wended their way to the post and Starter Fitzgerald had some difficulty in getting them to break !n unison. When the start finally came Lief prince was the quickest in motion and he led 'or a quarter. Drogheda passed him at that joint, assuming the lead, and Luck also noved up and displaced Drogheda as they entered the stretch. When well up the stretch, Spencer sent Lief Prince to the front and he won very easily from Lady Padden, who had been quietly backed down from 50 to 1 to 30 to 1. Gracious was third, only a head away. Luck dving away in the last few strides. There was no bid for the winner. Ten Candles was favorite for the last race of the dav. but he was unable to last the mile and a sixteenth and finished among the tail - enders. Greenock, ridden by Burns in vigorous fashion, caught Olea. the second choice, half way dowu the stretch, and Slack, having made too much use of the fllly during the first mile, was forced to be content with second money. Burns' engagement to ride for Mr. "Whitney seems to have Instilled new life into him, for ho kept Greenock up in a good position all through the race. Hinaldo, ridden by Master Gannon, and at 6 to' 1 to show, was third. Rinaldo was cut off on the first turn and lost many lengths. Gannon was forced to go to the outside in order to improve his position. With an even break, he might have won. There will be an extra day's racing on Friday next for the benefit of the Galveston aid fund. A goodly sum, amounting to several thousand dollars, will be realized as a result of Mr. Philip Dwyer's generosity. Summaries. FIRST RACE. For all apes: HlghwelKht Handicap: with 5700 added of which $1:15 to the second and S70 to the third. About six furlongs. AY. C. Whitney's b. p. Montanic. 3, by Montana Walnut. 12S (Turner) 1 E. L. User's ch. c. Gold 'Or, .. by Golocn Garter Bella 13., 12S iTarnl) 2 T. J. Hoal - w'? b. r. Carbuncle. 3. by Stuyvesant - Garnet, "lit! (McCue) 3 Itnlston. 123 (ITvnn): rupll. 120 (Bellman): An - nov. 117 (Burns): Disturber. 113 (Cowman), and Ar, - nl. Thompson. 103 (Henry), also run. Time. 1:10 4 - 5 Bettinc Montanio, C to 5 and 1 to 2: Gold 'Or. 7 to 1 and 5 to 2: Carbuncle. 10 to 1: Ralston. 10 to 1; Pupil. 12 to 1: Annoy. S to 1: Disturber. 300 to 1; Annie Thompson. S to 1. SECOND RACE. Steeplechase Handicap: for 3 year olds and upward: with SOCO added, of which 5100 to the second and 5S0 to the third. About two and a half miles. W. C. Haves' ch. h. Cock Robin, 5. by Tea Tray Cushat. 10'J (Brazil) 1 H. Foster's blk. r. Captain Piersall. by Favor Imm - rleuse. 132 (U. Canavan) 2 B. Aaron's b. p. Count Navarro, i. by Leona - tus Cameo, 134 (Green) 3 Challenper. 10.". (Chandler), and I'erion. 14 (Mara), also ran. Tlnte. 4:T3. I rietsall. 12 to 1 and o' to 2: Count Navarro. Z'l to 1 : I'erion. ti to .". THIRD RACE. The Holly Handicap: for 2 year olds, with Sl.'X'O added of which $2." to the s.cond and S100 to the third. Five and a half furlongs. J. P.. and F. 1'. Keenc's ch. c. Conroy hy St. Lv n.a - ils Lady invercauld, l.r, Spene.T) 1 Goiiffha'Te's stable's !r. c. Dublin by Ath - iir.c iM I aey. 113 i.McCuc) 2 N'. - wton !: - - i::iini::on's ch. c. lleliario by llelvi - .l - - :e Ma, lite Stuart. (N". Turner) 3 Water .".:.:. 1!7 il.ittlenol,!): Silver Dale, HO iT, lluinsi: Fake. 1.'. i.Mc.Ioynti: ileal! Gallant. 1)7 i ft, Willi. mis): Anecdote. 300 id. lack): Au - l - 'li - tiu. iShaw): .lull - Gaylc. l') (Ranseh), a - iil I'rinc, ss Ivp per. l' - 3 ( Weddc: strand), also r..n. Time. ; :"7 4 - :.. i:, !:in '..nrrv. 7 to 1 and Z to l: Dublin. 9 to 2 an! : :: i :ol!:irl - .. Z to : Wat.T Color. .". to 1: Silv. - r !il. - . 4' to 1; Fake. 1.". to 1; Anecdote. to :, .MuoMiriu. s to l. June Gaylc. 3 lo i: IVinecss Ivpicr 2.7 to I. Fdl'RTH RACE. The Second Srecinl: for 3 yer olds and upward. Willi 2..7 ad.led. of which .."."o to the second and j2;ie to the third. One mile and a h.d:". Harness and ilrossman's bik. in. Imp. 0. by Warner Fonllinp. lit .T. (turns) 1 Fasten .iivl I..i: - al,e - s 1.. 1 si i :.! .r. Songstress. l'er:v Hdnient's ".. c. i - M:lTi. 121 !:.:u:r.' - '. - - :ms. 7 ', . .". to : aii'l 0 to ".: i - :tbei: M,. kin. io ." an l e - , Mi'Tl! Kin'.ev M i Mr '"tie) 2 4. Eotlvri Turn': - ) 3 ran. Tlmo. :::::! 1 - 3. Kin: - :y Maoic. !0 and .;ut; Mc - i". - r 2 y ar s - li a.l. - U - d. of .nil i 1 J". th. - third. " d. I.. by Prince .Spencer) l I.:e: len. '.V. W:i! !::iraxi: - '.Mill!! - !. "'. . . . .V.liMcJoyni) 3 I iM I. uly i i J. : I..: - . - na.u. i'.ai - '.thf p.. io: (Mo - I .i: uertruae Mllott. I ':sr...'rni..n, li0 iT. iT. 1 Slims): Dvjz - i II. :"i (ilrennan): . .': ii;:i!in".ni. and - ;u: ! e v. - n : I.ady j 7 :' l': Punctual, J .. 1 : Len i - ls - hor - I l"i to 1: Drogh - 'dn. 1 - ir.c Sun. o0 t.1: Ms i'.. r.nett. f..' - ,.'., '., ' .. - j ' r - . . A?:. i'!"th" 4'' ina' io I i 1 . . and a sixteenth. I '.lit - ill. .in. - r.' - .rr i.: 3. bv Hrarr.'ole iT. I'.urns) 1 ra. :i. t'V I.amp - i.I. Slack) 2 :.. l.y 1., - nnatus iitannon) 3 :. . ". :i I ivtrv.n lUht - r Mips v I., ullv - r'j i' - HI ue: i i ..'aivll. - s. 103 iihaiv) ; ,: Macl.oa .if Dare. I. t:..'.a - l: Posthaste, na. M - l iPblan): Al - allant, ;2 iKotjinpon). :,oniapti.:s. I'.' 11 (Tilrnrl: ! 'J i Yv - .M - r'tr u i - on . 1 2 id): Ty: - p !': iMil. - sl. and '. ip ran. Tip.iv. !:;:. ttinir rir. . - i. .. k. to 1 and 4 to 1: Olea and vr - n: l'.inaU". 4 to :: Exc - lMs. 3u to inn.lK - s. 2 I.. 1: ' 'nuro;i:;tui.. T to 1: Mae! - : 'rip - . io 1: Kl - '.:m: - ,. le to !: F'slnasl ona. Alsik Tip Gallant. Gravesend Entries. r.r y. - :ir l a.l.! - l. tliv third. Win. 112 .ids vhK:h have not v. - nn - ,f wh'.?h si::", to the sec - i - "lv. - l'urluiitjs. fi. iitri .ml in - - . Nan - .. l.'j. niia Wht. ... ',12 KHza! . ;h M . . Maria Hull'in '!'!!. mnn M.'umus Kins P. - wor . .ili.m'H piT. - iiia Kiml. - riy .... li'7 1',.", 112 110 110 100 leO i - .'s: handicap; with $7"Q the sci i - n - 1 and 375 io ihe :;t, - - ' - n:h. Nirrc Wh - . Nunie. Wht. Iiitnisiv. - Autumn l'. - 7 I ,, - t,.r r.:i CM rir !"2 Tni; U'.: Bombshell lot 1 - Cuat H" Hi :l - rt 101 l - 'av.niu:; :i" 'I - r.'ral Mart Gary... 100 I'haiip - .UH US I tad:'. :.l ; l:, - ' - ;..!i., lil' i:. - au Gallant OS Kiiei ra li - Trlt, - ; - - "r S7 Gor.fal.jn 112 June Gayle S.. Kik H.i :'.. 'Vn i' - Thirtt raw For maiden 2 years old; pellini;: with i? - '.'1 - ! aM - d. .f which JK'O to the second and .:r.i"' to - the third. Fiv and a half furlongs. Name. Whl. Name. Wht. !"! Isaac Hopper 105 Ginki 1"S K.,val Morsal... Henry cluy Ry I'll Frank Hall 1'7 Kstelada 1''", .Salary :: Rai.penecker ... :.; ;. w. w 1"2 r'.uur.der Ladv Pa.M. - n Th. - Gold - n Prince Rising . - rim Kid Quite Rifilil Nuiipar - 'il Animosity lKdiKlv.ed M cia.i Trisaslon j Th r.i. - la J - .jurln ru. i n Seabreeze stakes; for Of S50 e,i !,. With JlieO sec. - .n.l and ?K0 to the , - cnlh. Vht. Name. . 1 4 The chamberlain. . 1 P.ace.'ul . I'll He. - :p. - .r P. - il Path , ri - : Mavor Gilrrjv 101. olds: hy sal.s: - rii.:;.i: of which J2ii th One mile aad asix Name. llammodc Prest i.htritati.r Oack Qu.,n (liv - .ir.oek With - rs Po. - t Haste Filth rami - Per : have ant v.on SflOi which SI25 lo th - - s. Med. Wht. . . 1 .'0 . . io3 . . 1',.; 11C year olds and urward which in lOae; wdth $7 ) aiideii, of nd aiel 5... to Ihe third, ur.u mile ar.d seventy yanis. Name. Wht. Nami. Wht. ... lei Autumn i'r., cession Cyrano Prince McClurir. Tnihly WhislHnpr 'Vin... Baden .... 'i iTii.ensatkin . . . Wait Net General M. Gary 101 AlSlke . . lit Star Chime . .. 0." i.'nsixhtly ... . 110 Red Pair, ... . .. 95 Had ford . . 104 Bettie Gray . 1 - jl .. 92, Lncochee 101 . 104 Flaunt K'7 . 104. Smoke 12 . . 104: year olds and upward: selllnfr: Ixth ran. For with $i)0i) add' - il. of which $K"i to the second and ."0 lo the third. Abmn six furlongs. Name. Annoy Trlllo Prestidigitator ... fiaddueee Ti.uraltn: Midnight Chimes. Ralston Wht. Name. .. 104: Ll. - ber Karl ... . . I'm; Maribert .. 100, Ellin OonlR .... ... I.I) Hlmtlne ... 19 Pupil . . . Gb , Fonsolee . .. 9s;Lady Contrary Wht. .. 110 .. loT .. b'2 . . 106 . . 107 .. 02 ...05 Ida Ledford "Wins at Kinloch Park. St. Louis, Mo., September 13 One of the best crowds of the Kinloch meeting attended the races to - day. Three favorites, two second choices and one outsider captured the card. The feature of the day was Ida Ledford's victory in the handicap. She was heavily played all over the country and won handily. Weather clear; track fast. Summaries: Flrsl race Six furlongs. PjessarJ. 112 (Southard). 6 to 5. wun; Kate Freeman, 107 1 1 .omlnirk), 7 to 1. second; Down Heart. 105 (Howell) pj to 1 and 2Vi to 1, third. Time. 1:J7V4. Second race One and one - c - lghlh miles, Orlan - dtne, 107 (Colvinj, G to ., won; Gilbert, 100 (Dorn - lnlck). 2'.i to 1. second; Kitty Clyde, 100 IE. Matthews), 3 to 1 and even, third. Time, 1:57. Third race Six furlongs. Grantor, :5 (May), 15 to 1. won; John A. Morris, 117 ' Domlnlck). 2 to 1, second: Miss Mae Day. 91 (Cochran), .", id l, third. Time. 1:40. Fourth race One and one - 'iuarter miles over live hurdles. Tonlo. 174 (Cuughlln). 2' io 1. won: Pomozeita, 1?2 iritacki, io to l, "second; Francis Pope, 152 ,'Porter). 1,1 to ".0, third. Time, 2:2S. Fifth race Mile and fifty yard: - .. Ida Ledrord. 101 (Domlnlck), even, won; Meddlesome. 90 fCoeh - 5 lo 1. second: Go to Bed, 111 (.1. Mat - thcivs), 1G to 5. third. Time, 1:17. Sixth race One and one - eighth mile. peter Durvea, 103 (May), 7 to 1, won; Zazel. 1"2 (Watson). 8 to 1, second; Henry of Frantznuir, 107 (Cochran), 4 to L third. Time, l:55Vj. EQUALED BY CONEY. Black Gelding Ties Bumps' Record of 2:03)4 at the Empire City Track. AMATEUR WAGON RECORD CUT. Tree Bond Paces in 2:04 1 - 4 Small Attendance at the Close of the Grand Circuit Meeting. The Grand Circuit meeting, which began last Monday at the Empire City Track, at Yonkers, was brought to a close yesterday with the tieing of the world's pacing record to wagon, 2:03i - i, by the beautiful black gelding Coney, and the breaking of the world's amateur pacing record to wagon. 2:06i, by Free Bond, the latest acquisition to the stable of C. K. G. Billings of Chicago. Both track and weather offered perfect conditions for the trials, and it is safe to say that, had McHenry, who drove Coney, better regulated his speed, he could have easily beaten the record made by Bumps last year. The attendance was lighter than the excellence of the card deserved, a scant 1,000 persone being in the etand and on the grounds. Interest, of course, was centered in the trial by Coney, and as he jogged up the track for his warming up every eye was on him. The start wins made under the best of conditions, the suu being under clouds and not a breath of air .stirring. He got off poorly on the first scoring, the runner, Ridona, being over lifiy yards behind. Before the first furlong pole was reached he had lost his feet and McHenry pulled him up, returning for another start. This time he started alone, the thoroughbred being sent around by the back way to meet ' 1dm, and was off in excellent shape, moving like clock work. The first quarter, however, looked bad tor I record smashing, for the 31 Vi needed to complete it was a great handicap. Past the half ; mile pest Coney (lew in 1:02 flat, still step - ping like a machine. At the five furlong pole the runner was waiting, and at the three - ; quarters w - as taking the pacer along at better j than a two minute gait. Down the stretch j they came, driving like mad, and both drivers '. yelling like fiends. It was a furious pace, the ; final furlong being covered in 142 seconds, j When the time, 2:03. was hung up, there . was a great demonstration. Free Bond's trial w - as more successful than Coney's, hut naturally did not create the enthusiasm which the professional trial called , forth. It was Mr. Billings' first time at speed behind the great bay son of Simon, which he purchased last week especially to lower the ; amateur driving record. As he reeled off the furlongs at record breaking speed, he made a magnificent picture. With the runner on his Hank a: the start, he gradually drew away. i covering the first quarter in 33 seconds and : the half in 1:0254. only three - fourths of a 1 second slower than Coney's half. The second quarter was in the phenomenal time of 2f)'4 the third quarter he was eased up by Mr. ; Billings, ine three - quarter pole was caugnt i by the judges in 1:33, and the mile in 2:04U or a full two seconds better than the mark of 2:06Vi. made by the great horse Ananias, at Cleveland. O., early this year. The team trial, by Marion Wilkes and Saratoga Belle, to beat 2:20 to wagon, was a failure. After three trials it was given up, the best of the three being caught by the judges in 2:201i. although a dozen watches cn the stand caught it in 2:19. Mr. Curry, the driver, protested the time, without avail, as ir Was understood that there was a big vvai;er on the ability of the team to do the trick. The first race on the card was the third licat of the road wagon pace. There were but three entrants, Hontas Crooke. who had already won two heats earlier in the week; Quadriga and Silvermaker. The heat was won driving, by Quadriga, who only beat Hontas Crooke by half a length. The time I was 'I'lli. It took seven heats to decide the 2:07 pac - ing race, and the latter heats of this event j were marred by features of a decidedly shady complexion. There were seven entrants i for this event, but only lour put in an ap - pearance. Bonnie Direct, Eyelet and Island ll i - ps jr.. were arawn, lea.iuti diana. Choral. Dumont W. and Bellwood A. perb equipment, all of which was turned over Indiana was the favorite at 2 to 15. Choral j to the Wahnetah Club in splendid condition, calling for 6 to 1. Dumoct W. 6 to 1. and I The boat house, a substantial frame struc - Bellwood A. 15 to 1. Choral passed Indiana 1 ture, is located on the Newtown side of within ten vards of the wire and won by i Flushing Creek, about one hundred yards over half a length in 2:0H',i, the fastest heat 'south of Flushing Bridge. The house is two of the race. In spite of deteat inaiana sua remained the first choice, selling at 50 to 25 for the field, while Choral advanced to 6 to 5. The second heat fell to Indiana, after a particularly poor start, even for this meeting. He also" won the third heat. Choral, in the fourth heat, got the pole from Indiana when near the half - way pole and won handily by over a length. Dumont W. then took the fifth heat in slow time. It was in the next heat that the trouble began. Choral, after leading the field almost all the wav around, broke when less than 50 yards from the wire and dropped back to last position. When McCarthy, who was driving Indiana in second position saw what had happened to Choral he pulled up his gelding, who was then leading, to a rre.ik, leaving Dumont V.'.. to show both the way to the finish. Dumont W. was a heavy favorite in both pool and ring at this stage of the game, selling at $25 to 510 at the close of the fifth w Tin. race seemed to have been deliber - j ! atelv thrown away, for Indiana already had i"i : two'firsts, and there followed a rush for the 1,11 i judges' stand. D. Lamar, who had been a 'l ' heavv investor in the field, was among the l'! - i first "to get the ears of the officials, and in 01 ' protesting the action of McCarthy he voiced the sentiments of a large number of spec - ','. ' uiators. There was a long wait before the '..3 i next heat, while the officials deliberated on i what action to take, but they finally decided ' to remove McCarthy, substituting McKenney I behind the New York gelding. The new ! driver, however, was no improvement, for ; Indiana broke shortly after the start, and fell back. Dumont W. and Choral taking the course easily and finishing in the order named in 2:13Va. : The 2:11 class, trotting, furnished a most interesting contest of four heats. Andrews winning it with Elsie S., the candidate from the Ardon Farm. The summaries: I'lrst race Third her.t. road war.on ;iace; nma - leiirs to drive. Qi'.viri - .?a. ch. s.. by I'arkville Tennessf.i Wiikes 'Mr. Pcrrinl 1 Hontas. Crooke. ch. h (Mr. Rilllnss) 2 S'llvormak' - r. cr. K (Ware) H Time. 2:1 1;. si eond race - 2:07 . la. pacinit: purse SI. 200. I.iumont W. b - by I.uidi - 'nac by Lowell's :lUST. Krnsu 3 1 1 In liana, b. .(McCarthy) (MeKenney) 2 . . . . i Klnneyi 1 . . .(Thomas) 1 Stwri. 2:S4. 1 1 2 3 3 3 2 2 4 n o. 2:1'.. Choral, b. m. 11 wood A.. I Tim. - . 2:00';. 2:::n'. Third rar - . ; Purs - SI. SO". Elsie S.. b. : ::lHi trot. three in mile heats. by Stamboul Klys (Andrews) Iloster. b. g Lady Norvelta. b. m Queen Klcanor, b. m Swift, b. h Time. 2:H'i. 2:11?,. 2:11 Hpei lal Trial by Coney. 1 1 5 1 :, 1 2 2 3 5 5 2 3 4 4 4 (Carpetiler) 4 i Bown. - i :: I Hignlnht) 5 ... (Tic - hurst) 2 2:14. blk. b.. by MeKinney r. to b - - at the world's Grace Kaiser, by Kaiser, pacing record to waon. 2:1 made by Bumps In is:t. Driven by MeHenrv. Record lied Time Quarter. 1111,.: half, 1:02; three - quarters, 1:32: mil". 2:02';. Special trial by Freebond. b. g.. by Simon Princess Alice, driven by C. K. G. Billintis. to heat the world's amateur pacing record to wagon, 2:o'e,i, made by Ananias in KiOo. Won. j'lnif Quarter. 33U ; half, I:02vi; three - quarters, l::i;ai: mile. 2:04'4. Special Three trials by Marlon Wilkes, b. m., and Saratoga B. - ll. b. m.. driven by John Curry to wagon, paced by a runner, to beat 2:20. Lost. Time. 2:214, 2:20, 2:20H. New "York Road Drivers' Association to Give a Benefit. On Saturday next the New York Road Drivers' Association will conduct a matinee at the Empire City track, the proceeds of which will go to benefit the sufferers at Galveston. Iuaac Fromme and Police Commissioner Will - lam Sexton, the executors of the Clark estate, have donated the track for the day, and a most interesting programme ha:i been arranged by the commit tee appointed by Dr. H. II. Kanr. president of ihe association. This committee includes Nathan Straus, chairman; F. Van Linda, treasurer, and M. L. Simmons, secretary. The classes for the day are a 2:25 trot, 2:35 pace, free for all dush pace, free for all dash trot, a team race and a match race. In the team race are entered Knoxena and Casselton. by Mr. Floyd - Jones, and Marion Wilkes and Saratoga Belle, by Mr. Whitehead. The match race will be between Mr. GTOte and - Mr. Parsons, the former driving Pearl J. and the latter his bay gelding, F. D. L. In the 2:25 trot there are already entered Royalto. by D. Lamar; Maggie Nelson, by Mr. Smith; Little Frank, by Mr. Burke, and Hazle. by Mr. Baisley. A special feature ot the meeting will be a running match race to sulkies between Top Note, driven by Jerome Whelp - ley, and John D.. driven by John Daly. The races will be for ribbons. At the track yesterday afternoon a subscription was started among the horsemen, and at its close Treasurer Van Linda - had over $1,000 in his possession as a starter for the fund. CYCLE BTJN AT WALTHAM. Walthani, Mass., September 15 The Wal - tham Bicycle Park races this afternoon for the benefit of Manager Corcoran had only two hundred people in attendance. The events were the five mile exhibition rides, motor paced, by Harry Elkes and Johnny Nelson. Elkes will meet Nelson next week for the first time. His time to - day was S:27. while Nelson rode his five miles in S:26. The five mile pursuit race between Jack Farnham of the Metropolitan Wheelmen and Eugene Smith of the Waltham Cycle Club, was won by Farnham in 6:00 4 - 5. after riding two and two - ' thirds miles. WAHNETAH BOAT CLUB. Remarkable Growth and Success Flushing's Young and Popular Aquatic Organization. of Flushing, L. I., September 15 The success of the Wahnetah Beat Club, the young organization which purchased the Ncreus outfit on Flushing Bay a year ago, is good proof of rowing's continued popularity in this vicinity. Though only about a year old the club already has eighty members, everyone of them active. Propositions for membership are received at nearly every meeting, and several are now under consideration. The I HOME OE THE WAHNETAH BOAT CLTJB. Wahnetah Club was formed with Baron Blos - veren as president; Leon S. Case, vice president; Thomas Jermyn, secretary; E. F. Crosher, treasurer; Thomas Cleary. captain; R. H. Pelton, president of the board of governors. The property of the Nereus Club was then bought for $3,000. A deposit of 51,000 was made to bind the agreement, and the balance was paid a few days later, when the Nereus members signed the lease - The money to buy the property was raised by the members of the new club, among themselves. Not a dollar was borrowed, and the club entered upon its career entirely free from any finan cial obligations. The Nereus Club had a su stories and has roomy verandas at both ends. It is completely furnished, has a large meeting room, locker room, bath and toilet rooms, and all other accessories. The boats received from the Nereus Club were twelve m num ber. Thev were the best of their kind tnat could be procured and are in first class - .ondi - tion. There are one tour oared gig, .our single gigs, one double gig. one pair - oar gig, two four - oar gigs, one four - oar shell and one eight - oar shell. In addition to the boats obtained from the Nereus Club, three ether boats have been placed in the boat house by members of the Wahnetah Club. Thomas Hilbers, the crack single sculler has one shell. Henry Hilbers is the club's champion. He Is an oarsman of unusual promise, and on Labor Day he entered in the Middle States regatta, winning in the intermed.tte single sculls. There area number of promising novices, who have trained for sons time, and will be nut to test at the club's regatta in Flushing Creek to - morrow afternoon. The roster of the club is as tonows: C. c. Lawrence, president: D. L. Wilson, vice president: S. L. Merriman. financial secretary: R. .. O.rn - 11. recording secretary: E. F. Crosher, treasurer; Thomas F. Cleary. captain; H. Hilbers, tirst lieutenant: o. D. Devlns, second lieutenant; O lluher, third lieutenant: J. Anderson. William Atkinson. B. Hlosverne. J. Bnyce. J. BoelKer. VS. Baine. S. Ilarron. J. Byrnes, T. Cleary. R. Cornell, F Cullv .1 Case Leon Case. K. F. Crosher. Dr. E. Cook, E. W. Copp. A. Duck. G. Du Bois, F. Denton, C. Denton. O. D. Covins. W. l - .Ran. H. G - aves P. Graves. T. Garson. K. Garson. H. Valentine. T. Wilhe. C. Wanser, H. Wirth. F. Livingston, J. Smten. ri. fmilh. H. on sholly, W. Methven. W. Paynter. R. II. Pelton, n. Wilson. H. Uarron, G. Von Sholly. T. Case, J. Galais. - , E. Halk - tt, Charles Huber, H. Johnson, T. Jermvn. J. Johann. C. Lawrence. II. Menkc - , . ir u mini f Vtvers H. S. .Smith. . B. t .'.OT.., i - d" fv Look' W. Miller. J. Keitan. .1. Star ters ? ' Warsomer, B, Ulmnn. R. Galther, Hirscli, II. Fowler, A. Halleran. G. NEW YORK A. C. EEGATTA. Annual Event Held Off Traver's Island. The annual regatta of the New York Athletic Club took place yesterday afternoon on the waters of the Sound, off Traver's Island. 1 A lqrue attendance was present and put in an enjoyable day. fn the single shell event r ti Moore canrht :i crab and unset. Dancing followed the race's at the Traver's Island club house. Summaries: Pair oared gig - Final heat won by II. . Frase:, bow: W. W. Wlllard, stroke; P. H. Moore, cox - " " - "iglit oared barges Won by F. A. Perriri. 1. floll A. O. Toussalnt. C. H. Lleffert. I. - . elm. - r. E. Wenncht W. H. Morgan, coxswain, with IJ. W P. - knell. I.i. F. Garril. R. A. Brown It. (.. Kanim - rer. M. C. Knosehe. E. P. Reynolds, G. W. Irving, coxswain. Time. 2:30. F'gb: oan - d sln - lls Won by T. Hertford. E. VS. Scott W T Place. W. G. Douglass, M. B. Steele. D. Campbell. I j. (1. Smvth. F. Cobb. V. G. Smyth, cowsv.ain, with P.. It. Wallace. H. H. Moore. C. Lyon. L. Fitzgerald. P. H. Moore, V . W. Willard. P.. Quinn. J. R. Anderson. W. II. Morgan, coxswain, second. Time. 3:40Vi. Centipede rac Final beat won by 11. L. Quinn, W. c.. UoughiMs: L. Fitzgerald. L. C. Hubbard, M. eoti'l. r - 'lngl - shell, handicap Won by E. Reynolds (15 si . oridsi ; wilh W. G. Douglass. (25 seconds), second are! It. .1. eimm (10 seconds), third. Time, 4:2S. FAST CYCLING AT LONDON. London, September 15 In the race for the amateur firty mile bicycle championship of Ihe world, under the auspices of the Cyclists' L'nion. to - day, H. W. Payne was first, Burgess was second and Chlnn was third. Time, 1 hour 44 minutes and 15 1 - 5 seconds. If the above time is CO ecv it beats the American amateur and professional best on i coord for the same distance. The American amateur best on record for fifty miles is 2 hours 0 minutes and 30 1 - 5 seconds, made by A. A. Hansen, at Minneapolis, August 15, 181)5. The American professional best on record for the same distance Is 1 hour 53 minutes and 18 seconds, made by Frank Waller, at Memphis, November 19, 1896. GOLF PLAY AT TUXEDO Hamilton Wins the Gross Score Prize, Kellogg Taking the Net in the Final Event. LOW DEFEATS YOUNG REILLY. The Freenort Professional a Promising Player Vardon Wins at Jticnrnona. Taylor Beaten at Myopia. Tuxedo Park, N. Y., September 13 A more successful or better managed tournament than that which was concluded late this afternoon on the links of the Tuxedo Golf Club could not be desired. Everything ran smoothly under the guidance of the tournament committee, comprised of Walter B. Smith, W. Pierson Hamilton, Frederick F. Cary and Dr. E. C. Rushmore. who were ably assisted by George It. Preston, jr.. who jumped in to fill an uulooked for vacancy. The majority of the clubs in the metropolitan district were represented by golfers of note, in response to the generous invitations sent out. As a fitting climax, the thirty - six hole medal play handicap was the only event on to - day's programme. For this contest a silver trophy was presented hy Thomas Stokes, and the donor happily named it the Mountain Cup. Travis was placed at the head of the list, handicapped with a plus four, while the committee took good care of Livingston by placing the young Westhrook golfer at zero, in consideration of his exhibition of yesterday, when he forced the champion to his limit. E. M. Byers. the Yale player, who also gave Travis a good light in the semi - final round yesterday, was placed at zero with Living - ston in the handicap. A. de Witt Cochrane, the Ardsley player, was more easily dealt with by the handicappers. He got a handicap of two strokes, despite the fact that at Shinnecock in July last and again on Thursday he forced Travis, when he met the champion, to very tight finishes. The weather conditions were fine and the players assembled on time at the club house, keyed up for a good day's golfing. Out of the sixty - seven who entered for the event there were only a dozen absentees, and of the starters thirty - three finished. Champion Travis was honored by the tournament committee with the responsibility of handicapping all those who entered, including himself. Walter B. Smith took the responsibility of allotting premier position to the handicapper, as he placed Travis at the head of the list at four strokes behind scratch. Travis, however, did not start in the contest, and neither did Livingston, who piayed at zero. C. M. Hamilton of Baltusrol, and E. M, Byers of Vale, were the scratch men who took part in the day's play, and the former won the gold medal for the best gross score, and the trophy went to L. L. Kellogg of the home club, who had the best net score. Oliver Perrine of the Baltimore Country Club, who has been playing at the Misquimi - cut, L. I., during the summer, looked like a winner with a gross score of 159, until, at almost the last minute, when Hamilton came in beating the Baltimore man by two strokes. Following are the scores by rounds with the gross totals, handicaps and net results: MOUNTAIN CCP. 1st 2d r'.l. r'd. G.IIp.Net. C. M. Hamilton, Baltursol SI 70 157 0 157 O. Perren. Misquamicut S3 70 l.'.ll 10 149 L. L. Kellogg. Tuxedo S2 sr. 167 20 147 J. O. Post. Morris County SS S3 171 22 149 C. F. Watson. Morris anil Essex 81 SO 170 10 154 DeLancev Nlcoll. Ardsley S7 R7 174 20 154 T. C. Trask. Pi.welton ST ST 174 20 154 Bruce Price. Tuxedo ST S9 ITfi 22 154 C. F. Watson, jr.. Essex County SO SO - 175 20 155 J. Chadwlck. jr.. l'owelton. . . . SI 80 107 10 157 L. E. Baldwin. l'owelton SS S3 171 14 157 W. P. Hamilton. Tuxedo 00 00 ISO 21 150 W. H. Patterson. Ardsley 92 SO 178 2) 150 L. V. Pulsifer, Oxford 00 S2 178 20 15S N. S. Dike. Dylter Meadow SS ST 175 (i 150 G. C. Armstrong. Foot Hills 9) M 174 14 100 W. C. Carnegie. Pittsburg SS St 172 12 160 C. B. Kell. Knglewood 92 S!l 1S1 22 159 E. M. Byers. Yale 70 82 101 o 1C1 A. Holmes, jr.. Tuxedo SS !) 177 i ir,i G. P. Tiffany, l'owelton S!l S5 174 10 104 G. H. Hull, jr.. Tuxedo 90 Kl 171 12 102 J. C. Lord. Tuxedo S!t ru 183 0 ifi:j G. p. Snow. Tuxedo 93 82 175 10 105 F. B. Barrett. Englewood 05 tin 185 3;) 105 A. De Witt Cochrane. Ardsley.. 87 83 170 4 pa; L. B. Preston, Tuxedo 101 101 20:1 32 170 J. W. Henning, Tuxedo 101 107 2'is rt 172 W. F. Morgan. Otsego. N. Y. ..102 103 205 30 175 Price Collier, Tuxedo OS 00 h'7 '.) 177 .1. J. Vatabie. Tuxedo 113 Kd 214 .10 178 H. Page. Garden City 00 !t:i 108 18 ISO N. F. Pulsifer, Oxford 110 !'S 214 20 194 Freeport was treated to its first professional golf match yesterday afternoon over the now nine hole course there, and although the local player finished second, he put up a good match against one of the strongest men of his class in the country. George Low of the Dyker Meadow Golf Club was the visitor, and he handily made a new - record for the course, beating Eugene Reilly, the home club's greenskeeper, by 5 up and ! to go. Playing out the bye holes increased Low's lead to 8 up. This score, although decisive, must be reckoned a very creditable showing for Reilly. He is an American lad, not yet 20 years of age, who came to Freeport after learning the rudiments of the game as a caddie hoy at Mont - clalr, N. J. It was his first match against a professional, and naturally, with the eyes of all golfing Freeport upon him, he was nervous. From the too the local player, who is probably the youngest local professional with a club all to himself in this country, acquitted himself with much honor for a number of times Low, after making perfect drives, had to play the odd. It is In his driving that 'tuiliy's game Is most promising, while at putting he was weakest. Only two of the greens are turfed and the dirt squares are not conducive to steady work with the finishing club. After practice upon good turf greens Rullly's game will be a much stronger one. Low complimented the 3'oungster highly and pronounced him one of the most promising young players ho has ever seen. Low was found In good form and, although tho dirt greens handicapped him a bit, his last round of 311 for the 2,222 yard course was neat f.olf. It. is likely, too, that he did not extend himself fully for ho had a commanding load and did not. go out after a record. At. the seventh Low was 2 up after losing the fourth hole by playing the wrong hall. Then Reilly look Hie eighth in a 4 and the ninth in the par of 8, making him 2 down at the turn. In the second round Reilly was careless. After losing two holes he won the twelfth in tho bogey of 4. He got a half at the sev - enteenth in playing the bye holes and the sixteenth he won in the par of 3. A crowd ot club members followed the match. The cards: Low. out 4 5 5 '4 5 r, 4 5 441 Rellly, out 5 C 5 4 .0 7 0 4 345 Low. In 4 4 6 4 4 4 4 5 4 3'J SO Itellly, In 6645053G 545 00 Low played a "found" ball, losing the hole. The unusually excellent playing of Mrs. Luther C. Ogden. Miss Nellie Williams, Mrs. Morris Dallett and Miss Mignon Shannon in the ladies' eighteen hole handicap tournament at Morris County last week has brought them up from the middle and lower ranks, in their standing for the season's cup, to the primal positions in the list. The standings to date of those holding points follow: Name. ft. I Name. Pt3. T.ntW - ririlen.l'U',!Mlss G. McFlllln 4!, Miss Nellie W'UIiams.lo Mrs. R. N. Williams.. IM, Morris Dallett.. !! Miss it. rnmonu Mrs. Charles H. Reed :i Mrs. Henton S. Bunn. 3 Miss K. Dlmond 2 Mlas O. I'raiB 2 Miss 13. CVats l'i Mrs. Elliott Rudders.. 1 Mrs. T. W. Bastwlclt M miw Mignon shannon s i Mrs. Samuel lllspliam 7', - j Mrs. A. It. Miller Mrs. John I. U.i(C - .T. .Vi Mrs. John Lucas.. r.4 Miss Marv t'oates... 5 Mrs. J. M.E.HIUlri - .h r. In the driving contests Miss Esther Dougherty made the best score, while Mrs. R. No'rris Williams gained first place in the approaching and putting events. The Morris Countyites are getting musical and they have arranged that sweet refrains shall float over the fall air in their corner of Jersey lanH on at least three days in the immediate future. On Thursday afternoon next, when Vardon meets Low and Hutchinson here, on the following evening and on Tuesday morning, October 2, there will be music at the club house. On the last date a mandolin quartet will provide the harmonies. (Special to the Eagle.) Olen Cove. L. I., September 15 The cool, cloudy weather made golfing a treat over the Nassau Country Club's course to - day and the links were covered with players of both sexes. The events were the Saturday match for the Gates cup and a mixed foursome, both events calling out an unusually large field of players, many of whom, as usual, failed to turn in cards. In the Gates cup match William Beard gained 3 points, S. P. Hopkins 2, and W. L. Hicks 1, with an S5, the best card of the day. ' The mixed foursome was won by Mrs. Folger and C. M. Pratt. The summary: GATES CUP. Name. Gross. H'c'p. Net. William Board 100 24 76 S. l: Hopkins SS 10 78 W. L. Hicks S5 4 SI W. C. Becchor 1O0 18 S2 H. Murduck 97 15 82 S. A. Jennings 90 G 84 L. J. Busby 115 30 85 C. Robertson 95 10 85 A. C. Humphreys 05 10 SS K. I. Horsman. Jr 99 14 85 G. H. Moore 95 9 86 VV. H. HKen 110 30 86 T. W. Strons 114 28 86 Howard Maxwell 94 8 86 I. edyard Stevens 96 12 84 G. E. Fahys 107 19 S3 MIXED FOURSOMES. Mrs. Fnleer and C. M. Pratt.. Ill 24 87 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams.. 104 10 94 Mrs. White and W. B. Cocks 108 13 93 Mr. L.nv and Miss L. Wurster 115 20 95 Miss Eddy and H. Maxwell., lot 3 OS Miss Lena Richardson and J. I!. C. Taiipan 90 1 08 Miss Thurston and F. 1!. Pratt 114 13 101 Miss Busby and L. P. Rider.. 122 16 106 II. S. Hadden and Miss M. S. Eddy 110 4 106 E. I. Horsman. Jr., and Miss E. James 12S IS 110 George Low, who has finished his summer engagement at the Ekwanok Golf Club, is now back at his post at Dyker Meadow, where he will practice hard to - morrow and Tuesday tor his match on Thursday, when he and Hutchinson meet Harry Vardon at the Morris County Golf Club. On "Wednesday Low and Htitchinscn will play in a foursome at Morris County, against two of the club's best men, and this will constitute their practice over the scene of the match. And this match, by the way, has already developed into quite a sporting affair. Low has convinced some of his admirers that not only will Vardon lose to their best ball, but that either he or Hutchinson will beat the Englishman in individual play. Low has already wagered several gross of balls upon this basis and declares he will take all similar offers that turn up. Low thinks very highly of Hutchinson's golf and he declares the Shinnecock professional to be the best player in this country save Vardon and Taylor. On one point all golfers are agreed that Vardon has got the hardest match ahead of him on Thursday that he has yet tackled in this country. Harry Vardon played the best ball of C. T. Stewart and Douglas Bonner yesterday on the links of the Richmond County Golf Club. He was in splendid form and in the afternoon his record of 71 for the course establishes a new professional record. From the way Vardon showed up there is no doubt but that he will play the game of his life when he meets Taylor in the open championships at Chicago next month. The summary: MORNING ROUND. Vardon Bonner .... Stout Vardon Bonner Stout Pest ball: One In 6 in 5 - 40 511 3 35 4 - 45 4 41 5 30 4 3 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 1 4 4 5 7 - ROUND. AFTERNOON Vardon Chadwlck . Paterson ... Vardon Chadwick . Paterson Best ball: Out In 4 4 535 5 - 35 6 44 3 - 36 3 12 3 - 41 539 3 - 39 4 4 4 4 4 4 Manchester, Vt., September 15 The Ekwanok golf team defeated the Saratoga golf team here to - day by the overwhelming score of 42 to 3. The individual score was as follows: Ekwanok. I Saratoga. A. M. Reed "1.1. B. Yates 0 T. T. Reed 8! Edmund Cluett 0 James L. Taylor lliH. W. Livingston 0 William G. Harwell.. S! Albert L. Cluett 0 T. E. Brown 8! Dr. J. D. Cleghorn... 3 Henry W. Brown 01 - ! Total Total 421 Tea was served at the club house in the afternoon by the ladles of the club. Good sport was provided yesterday after noon on the Crescent Athletic Club links In the regular weekly general handicap. There were twenty - four entries and the pairs all made good scores on their rounds. The summary: Gross. H'cnp. Net. H. c. smith G. W. Tlt. - omli W. J. Mcfonvll .T. C. Iluriderdale W. P. Pickett C. A. Sykes T. .. Napier IT. S. O'I'lvtin G. C. Passelbi c. B. Van lirunt c. J. Patterson W M. Campbell Horace J. Plymntnn S. P. Vlckers Alex. Mcintosh I). V P.. Hegemnn I - M win C. Low 11. G. McKeever Jay S. Jones J. S. Sage 94 'li 72 ..S3 " 76 III) 0 R4 .107 So .1(10 H RI) a r, ss .100 12 SS . Ill 2 S!l . 51 2 S9 , !I2 2 SO .102 12 'M ..!i2 2 110 117 7 H0 JOS 12 !1 .l'.l ir, 5 inn s nr. 113 ir, !)7 . 9R 0 !IS 102 2 f!8 IOC 7 !)9 Golfers in classes A and B took part in a handicap tournament at Ardsley yesterday. There was also a women's putting match, in which Miss J 1' - Kins won over miss j . Gregory by one stroke. The Bummary: AltDSLICy. CLASS A. Gross. A. W. Mlddlebrnok K'l L. M. Greer !l7 Eugene Grillln 106 Dr. Homer Glbney W3 F L. Eldridge 09 Hdr. Net. 13 ('. 1.". 10 CLASS B. II. Melville 113 27 8(1 Dr. Bayley US 24 89 Women's putting match Miss J. P. King, 40; Miss F. Gregory. 41: Mls - s A. Hewitt, 42: Miss J. Gregory. 43: Miss .1. Fmser, 43: Miss J. C Williamson 43: Mrs. W. .1. Worcester, 44; Miss A. J. Satterthwnlt. 43; Mrs. Grillln. 4G; Miss Grace. Eraser. 4C. Hamilton, Mass., September 15 In a thirty - six hole match play on tho Myopia links today, J. E. Taylor was defeated by the best ball of Jack Jones of Myopia and Joe Lloyd of the Essex County Club, by a score of 3 up and 2 to play. Taylor was sick all day, and his play was not np to the usual stand; ore. Capo May, N. J., September 15 Golf at Cape May shows little dlmlnuitlon of intereRt, and the men's weekly eighteen hole handicap modal play tournament, held on the links this afternoon, added another to the scries or brilliantly played events which havo taken place here this season. The special feature in to - day's tourney was the excellent work done by J. C. Wilson, whoso 75 won him first position in the premier class. The detailed scores follow: Gross. Hdp. Net J. Wilson : 76 0 75 - ,V. S. Clawson S J ' Frank Miller 87 2 84 Thomas W. Easwlck S3 6 8 James A. Bonsuck 94 6 John Calvert 98 1 S Cecil Calvert 92 3 James M. 13. HUdreth 100 10 f Elliott Rogers M 2 91 Alex. Wllllums 1C0 6 J E G. Rutsehnmn 304 10 9 Charles E. Davis 100 S CLASS J3. Charles B. Fritz 02 13 7 C. H. Henry 96 14 S R N'orrls, Williams 97 15 Sz Charles E. McCloud 98 15 83 Samuel Blspham 99 13 8S Charles L. Matthews 101 14 87 CLASS C. John T. Bally, third 105 22 8 R W. Skinner "J?2 5i James C. Corry - J 23 90 F. Y. Miller 12S 20 M DAUNTLESS EIGHT HONORED. Guests of Their Clubmates at the Annual Eegatta. David Roache and the unbeaten senior eight of the Dauntless Rowing Club were the guests of honor at the thirty - seventh annual regatta of the organization, which was held on the Harlem River, opposite One Hundred' and Forty - fifth street, yesterday. In thai double gig race the second and third crews rowed a dead heat. The eight oared shell race was won practically on the mark. Ia the evening an entertainment and dance wa held at the club house, while fireworks were displayed in honor of the coach and senior eights. Summaries: Slnsle EiBS (novice) Won by P. R. Reese, Jr.l F. A. Grasmuck, second; J. C. Vieth, third. Time, 4:59. Single gigs (handicap) Won by W. H. Yates, 20 seconds; E H. Conlin, 15 seconds, second; William Mulcare. scratch, third. Time, 4:57. Single shells (handicap) Won by J. P. Instone, 10 seconds; R. R. - Mamlok, 20 seconds, second; W. H. Yates, scratch, third. Time, 4:41. Double gigs Won by Vf. II. Yates and H. A. Briner; dead heat for second place between p Wolfskehl and R. R. Mamlok and J. P. Inston and H. Slebnelcher. Time, 3:26. Four oared barges Won by crew No. 4. E. T. Rosenhelmer, 1; F. A. Tlerney. 2; J. W. Trainer, 3; A. Hrlner. stroke; V. De Barry, coxswain. Crew No. 2, H. Lang, 1; W. Mulcare, 2; Dr. B. L. Kaim. 3; P. Wolfskehl, stroke; F. Grasmuck. coxswain, second. Time, 3:45. Eight oared shells Won by Crew No. 1, B. T. Rosenhelmer, 1; J. C. Vieth, 2; F. S. Fairchlld, 3; J. W Trainer, 4; J. J. Shea. 5; A. T. Nilson, 6; H. Slebnelcher, 7; A. L. Cornell, coxswain. Crew No. 2. W. H. Yates, 1; E. H. Anderson, 2; F. B. Underhlll. 3: Dr. E. L. Kaln, 4; H. Lang, o: E. L. Nilson, 6: H. A. Briner. 7: P. Wolfskehl. stroke; V. D. N. Barry, coxswain, second. Time, 3 :os Eight oared barges Won by Crew No. 3, R. B. Mamlok. 1; E. L. N'llson, 2; F. C. Osmers, 3: J. C Vieth, 4: J. W. Trainer, 6: H. H. Briner, 8; H. Slebnelcher. 7; W. Mulcare, stroke; A. u. Cornell, coxswain. Crow No. 1. W. H. Yates, U J. L. Crawford. 2: T. F. Gallagher, 3; H. Lary, 4 - Dr E. L. Kaln, 5; A. B. Mamlok. 6; E. C. Conlin. 7; H. W. Waller, stroke, second. Tlm, 3:52. HALLOCK "WON THE HATJSEIl At the Shoot of the New TJtrecht Gun. Club. The regular weekly shoot of the New Utrecht Gun Club was held yesterday afternoon at Interstate Park. Four events were decided, in which J. H. Hallock, Robert A. Welch, Tom Morfey and J. J. Gaughen carried off the honors. Hallock won the principal prize, a Mauser rifle. Scores: Mauser handicap, miss and out J. H. Hallock, 23; Robert Welch, 22; T. W. Morfey, 20; William Woods, 19; J. M. Postans, 13; T. A. Thompson, 11; L. T. Davenport, 11; J. J. Gaughen, :; Frederick ilammon, s; v. j? . oyxes, , Ramapo. 6. Sweepstake, fifteen birds Robert A. Welch, 15 - J. H. Hallock, 15; T. W. Morfey, 15; L. T. Davenport, 15; F. A. Thompson, 15; J. M. Postans, Sweepstake, fifteen birds Robert A. Welch, 151 T. W. Morfey. 15; J. J. Gaughen, 15: J. H. Hal lock 14: L. T. Davenport. 13; J. M. Postans, w: William Woods. 12; F. A. Thompson, li; Fretl Hamilton, 11; Ramapo, 10; W. F. Sykes, 6! Paul Sweepstake, ten birds Hallock, 10; Postans, 9 Welch. S; Thompson, 8; Wood. 7; Lincoln, 7: DV er.port, G, withdrew; Morfey, 3, withdrew. DE DION - BOUTON "MOTQRETTE" CO Sole Agentsand Licensed Manufacturers in the United States of America for De Dion - Bouton & Co., France. Motors, Motorcycles, Motorettes OUR NEW YORK TYPE MUTORETTE, Weiehtt 700 pounds. Capacity, 3 persons. Price, S 1,200.00.: Not an experiment, but a tried and proved success. Over 20.000 De Dlon - Bouton Motors operating Motorcycles and Motorettes. COME AND TRY ONE. General Olttcen and Factory: Church Lane & 37th St. , Brooklyn. N. Y. To get here take the 39th St Ferry to Brooklyn from the Battery, and the 33th St car in Brooklyn, which passea the buildings. Or take the 5th Av Elevated from the Brooklyn Bridge, transferring at 36th st. Brooklyn, to th Cone" Island surface cars, which puss the bulla tngs; or Marcy Av and 39th St Cars. DeDlon Motor Supplies and Bttfterie Alwayii In Stock.. September Probably the most charming rldlns month of the year. ro not neglect purchasing a blcycia now on account of anticipating lower price, another season. Bicycles are as low to - day a. they ever will be, no matter which ticket Is clcctedt We have an unusually fine lot o Second Hand BICYCLES At Very Low Prices - We also have several bargains In New wheel. Including Xew ClevelnnilN at IjCtO.OO, New $50.00 VikliiKH at i?2."j.0O and New Crescent at $25.00. fic - side. of course, our regular lines of standard goods, which comprise the Incomparable Cleveland line, as well as several others, equally good la their way. It is only fair to remark that we hav thr: best equipped repair shop in the Bedford Section, our telephone number is 811 Bedford. We Call For and Return Invalided BicycleH. Our Tl It i ii k Maelilne Stock In on tho Floor. We have everything the market afCordB, Including Both the Plionojstrnjih and Graphow phone Lines. Remember, You can buy anything In our store on terms comporting with your Income, no matter how small it ma y be, provld 1 ng your references demonstrate respectability. EDWIN OLIVER & GO., 1,280 Fulton St, cor. Nostrand Av. Busiest Bicycle Store In Greater New York. HAVE YOU Sore Throat. Pimples, Cop. per Colored Spots, Aches, Old Sores, Ulcers in Mouth, Hair Failing ? 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