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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - September 17, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts
The Soston sunday 1916 two decisions of importance football interpretation i meeting in new York rules seem to be Well understood by coaches and officials or by Mil Villuc Webb 1 new Sopt 10tho game of american football and the rules for playing it now seem to be mighty Well understood by the coaches and the off Cinalu who have charge of running h Swnnson and tied weekend tourneys in greater Boston Small wins the Gross prize at Belmont Spring Low net scores at Woodland made by Folsom and Brush the weekend tournaments for Mem Bers yesterday on greater Boston links Winro Well at the Belmont Spring about 60 competed in the Handicap medal the prize for the Low Gross score was won by in a caddies tournament tie big evidence of this was provided the Short session held Here tonight by the Central Board of to listen to questions regarding the code and to make the attendance at the Al for first honors with at the Woodland club there were two classes in the Handicap medal which also figured As a qualifying round for the fall cup and last qualification round for the Wason though not sons was very and Frost the prize for representative of the men Best posted the Low net in class a was won by the game As Well those for i while the same Honor in Lead the interests of the class b want to there were plenty of questions fired at the Hoard represent Newton also held a Handicap Tournai and the Best a fight Gross scores but for the most part they were qualified for the club Cisily answered by the rules As hey Uhler won the net written and not through the Means there was a four Ball foursome Handi of special rulings from the one impression of the meeting was that Many of the questioners had Fig ured out some Means by which the rules cowl re be and then brought their Irvas before the meeting in Hopes that they would find encouragement for without the rules Jere shown to to Clear in such and the longest discussions were those that brought no other answers than the code adopted he the Rule Mak medal tournament at Braeburn which resulted in a live banded Wales was the Low scorer in the Handicap sweepstakes at Chest it thirty teams started in the four Ball foursomes at the Commonwealth and first honors were won he Uhler and the sum Maries Spring in n want try a a there wore two important the first wan unit which settled the question of Forward passes and kicks that strike n player partially or entirely outside the held of a Hail fumbled on the playing Field be comes free under the whether on v a Nickel or passed but if such w 1 no strikes a Vilna or who has one or p k in front feet outside the Field of it Liall declared in 02 a it t it 1 w it r a r attacking team provision to a kicked it makes no difference if it strikes within the playing Field and afterwards Bounds outside to hit a the other important ruling was in event of an attacking team Rushing from fourth not making its Dis the referee blowing his and before the players have piled the defensive team trips off or k s w f a Fraser w it Cary 04 in fl7 m on in w a r inn r s2 k of it ii m c a p m i1 j n Tyler finn in w a f k a the foul shall 1e regarded As w m icing occurred in the in such i Case the defensive shall receive the Ball on but the team making the unsuccessful Rush shall continue to hold the and also shall receive whatever penalty the rules provide for the offence another ruling was that when a play e signals for a fair catch when stand ing with one foot or outside the he May not be interfered the idea of this ruling is that until instant the Ball touches him the player has a Chance to place himself in Bido the playing other rulings were that a Totich Back shall be declared when an onside kick crosses the goal notwithstanding polor Tson n c p n e n2 e s caddies tournament ii ii Vornon setter Wood it Macula of w Farr Hirton p 84 84 Oil 00 Woodland class a that there May be several of the attack ii w spa car eng players close to and onside that p m a player kicking the Ball from behind a m h Stone him line of scrimmage May recover it i n m in Rio unless the kick passes Over the line of i t Harrison scrimmage in Rule Section a 15yard instead of one of five shall be imposed should a defensive player it was reiterated that an attacking player eligible to take a Forward pass May not interfere with an opponent except in an absolutely bonafide attempt Ito secure the the Board explained that the Field judges duties Are not definitely de scribed in live rules because he is the one official who can perform special tasks for the the Man in charge of the George Foster Rutgers 85 8fi 70 81 an 02 n2 04 m ii Payne tie h 07 07 08 r r s in san to j it h a Nils w m to r Parrott w h Garland 0 f Lanen Stor class b m c a Irish t e Kennoy w w Scott i k Moulthrop i Bortl m 0 a Skitt a Clovern m n Premium s k Blunno mril j y Shoaff t f Reynolds p c Johnson m b a Harp j r Tio kor p r r s Johnson j Mathews t ii c p Marshall f my Alec t c Donovan t c Floyd h 0 Campbell t Calla Holn 02 00 on in2 on 07 lot inn 102 07 is 103 no in 106 108 105 107 101 ill 104 112 it Folsom 314 made a picturesque Appeal to be allowed to Send his backs close behind his rushers in h6 had formation ruled against him last waiter fall because his interferes were not full Yard Hack of the scrimmage Camp in charge of meeting the Board decided that the Rule stat ing the position of linemen and backs on the attack was absolute and could not in any Way be or Sanford also urged1 that legis lation be made against cutting out players from but the matter not not being within the province of the but of the rules committee As a the old Yale Man also asked that officials who Are now classified be instructed to announce the reasons for the imposing of he would show the disqualifications of the officials rather than with a classification determined by the importance of the games in which the officials have Walter Camp of As was in charge of the chairman Babbitt of the Central Board was the Only other rules commell Termun while Langford of Trinity Tufts of Brown represented the associates Board of or Camp stated contrary to his he had received no letters calling his attention to poor codification of the rules this he said that this fall there will be no Pink slip of official rulings sent out by the Central the reason is that in years past the rulings on the slip have not always quite agreed with those the coaches and officials noted at r Mitchell und c w the interpretation meetings and that i c c hell and h l misunderstandings have a Paul and 8 u h Gorton and o w a h Allenl e h nerd h ii Terhell c p Xii Inthea c f hover it Sli aft 18 14 2t in 1r 24 5r 20 10 18 14 18 in 22 10 20 22 24 24 n 1ft 17 18 is an 24 in 18 20 22 22 24 24 24 22 24 0 24 s 0 10 10 24 20 7 14 h 14 i 12 14 14 r 14 10 14 12 10 12 12 12 22 18 15 18 24 10 18 20 10 17 00 17 10 20 22 20 i 15 24 in 24 24 20 1i 24 18 20 24 Bay state beats Rhode Island golfers play annual team match at Oakley visitors score Only one Point in one in foursomes sept setts won from Island at the Oakley links in the annual soil team match today by 13 Points to Massachusets lost on single and one Furi some the Bay Statt players i won their matches generally by wide not a match going to tha Home the Only Rhode Island player to distinguish himself was who won the Only Point his team scored in singles with Mac contributed the Only tally in foursomes for Rhode Jesse the state Amateur headed the Bav state con Tingent in the singles and Defeated estate in a Closel played in the foursomes Gull Ford was paired with Brown and they won Over Kenworthy and another Rhode Island title scenes in the opening scrimmages at Harvard the foursomes j p Ovil Lford and k w Brown 1 w and h ii Wilder l n Paton and f j Wright b Neil c m Amory s t he cats and c a total 4 Rhode Island h e Kenworthy and a s 0 ii a i Oaks Nurt 0 t Morin and ii 0 e a and u 0 w m p mit Donnul Rrt a in unions 1 total 1 singles Oil Llonel ill ton or Echt 4 will Tomoro Brown Estarrook Wilder Hicks 81 1 f c Newton t Amory 21 1 grand totals Island Kenworthy Grimm Oil look i Maedonald Linton Duy upper a coming Down the Field under a punt by lower Large Thacher going around team is right Thacher indicated by the lower gaining 10 Yards around an o i s 0 n o Arnm Fiill 0 Bce Kinan 0 Vinn Erbeck 0 18 i Rhode is is French 72 74 75 77 78 70 7fl 70 so 80 81 81 81 82 83 84 84 84 so 80 80 87 88 88 00 m 02 02 is 04 100 Newton qualification round for club championship f ii 00 s i Melius Ghlyn is e Lla Good m p n Kenway w7 j e Mcafee i p 01 w ii hum 88 h h Howe 8r k w 80 k Peck Tom 0 c g Hunt g s Siira Cue m k n Llo Bulna f a Gay pour Nail foursome 30 24 11 18 is 20 14 14 14 24 2 20 1c Stiles and a e is it ail 8 w f Cal Chesler and t i Monroe i 3 Dun ulc mid w b hand Crumn s und Donald Warren c d Windh Wortlie and c 11 ii hot Estt Mill ii be min about 150 officials and coaches were among them being Leo Harvard Edward Brown Pennsylvania Frank Dart Mouth Carl Harvard George Boston or Harvard Harry Bijj k a Lead and v i Harvard George Dart k h Brock and b h Mouth Dartmouth f no and h w Edward Tufts or Charles e h Miles and Samuel Tufts Jack Colby Henry Boston Wilmer Swarthmore Fred Princeton Carl Yale Fultz blown Charles Hann har r w Vard Alfred Brown Thomas i t c Harvard Fred n c Andrews Brown Robert Swarth n More Yale Frank wounded in Somme Battle sept the famous French has Cen wounded in action on the he has been in the thick of the recent fighting and his injuries from a Shell Are in the he was the greatest golfer 1 Ranee has Ever produced and won the British open championship in in which Harry James Edward Ray and All the leading English professionals were he was born at Biarritz on july at in Massy and Harry Var son tied at 303 and in the memorable replay the Frenchman re tired on the 35th Massy won the French open championship in 1907 and the belgian open championship in 1810 and the French native Champion ship in 1911 and qualifying Rounce for Scarboro club cups forty eight players qualified in three divisions for the fall cups of the scar Boro Golf club at Franklin Park yesterday and with a card of had the Best Gross the drawings for match play were As Fol 10ws first division Booth 10 to Moffett Reid or 7 is Burns d Coffey 10 vib Crosby a 8 vib Mcdonald Murray 14 is hold s do Nam 8 to Elsse b is Hanim Farren 10 Drew second division Field 18 w Menlo 17 is Van Isis Kirk que Lite 20 is Waitt Doherty 12 is Murray 24 is Mae Auslund Byron 14 vib Kussmaul Boyle 20 be Burns Evans 14 Drew third division evil in 18 is Otoole hiring 24 is Cremen h Tutelman 18 is i Cuil Lalton 20 is Len Short Woodwork Tell 18 vib Muu Nhy Sadler 17 vhf Welfel of Mcnott 24 is a turns Turner 24 is per run Princeton wins College championship in Golf sept Princeton won the intercollegiate Golf championship by defeating Harvard at the Oakmont coun try club the score was 9 to the championship was practically determined n the when Prince ton took the three four Ball the Cambridge men were confident of at least breaking even in the six singles in the but the Superior Brand of Golf played by their opponents again brought Complete Yale has held the team title eight times in the past 10 years and the tigers the opening round of the individual championship will Start the summary drop Balb matches Dave Tsou Ile run and Robert Prince beat Cancun and har i and Corkran and Henry i in Milord and James har 73 73 70 i u and o and heat James Hubbell r i 1 time Austin in Inch Napols Georgetown g Penny Vanla Thomas Columbia cd de la Halle Robert Pennsylvania Southeastern team wins easy Victory sept first of the inter circuit Polo matches was played today at the Philadelphia coun try Philadelphia Southeastern team Defeated the midwestern 3l to the in westerns were allowed if goals by next wednesday the match Between the Eastern and Southern teams be a real the summary 0 1 0 1 Thomas 4 4 4 6 Gannon sept Paul Towk Bury of Boston today beat Rev Jaul Gannon of sex urn eur Golf Champion of at the Ould Newburyport Golf links by 1 the Flat Wuitch on the Fine new was watched by a Large Lougee wins Canoe cup race Clifford Defeated Harold Blade Canoe race for the trophy in upper Mystic Luke yester Day in from the Ledford and Randlett the Winchester boat clip Stout Handicap sweepstakes i 14 til 82 ill m 114 24 22 24 to in in 11 o g Freeman beat i and Seho Tlell heat 1 w Cormier Bent 2 und a Hull 8 und c Stearns beat 8 and k Sealls beat 0 and cos Bent 1 a Salford Bent 8 and Mue Unla deut 1 Tucker beat and Learned int and Mer Tehle Hen s and linkers Brut i und Only heat 1 sunnier Ihmie i Graham beat i and club film to Ulm hid Ollend beat t und tour Hall Lour Moino w ii Filer and l 11 j ii null 1 Law dlr w ii Lancaster und b Beyer h Thornton and k a Crew w a und ii Turber h c a clone and w i Bullocks j b Villi Ley null s h Imine no i1 Faamuli and ii Mckord or in a Weir and ii w prom k n Wlk Stltt und or v Farmer l i und j m Urnes i k Vohler unit r i1 Hinni j h Arij 11 b Nettleton 10 Linker and i1 c w and c i1 Underwood e ii Kenney and g x Lubonty l i Morris avid a whom g it Marvin und f flirt in u single i w s Coll air and a 1c peer Vilov Anderson and ii j a Sivell my talc Valley k Olla my Nurt k helium w ii Tenney or and c Welt ii m w so Lull and 1 Marble a h Keltie and b w Merce Harvard teams in first clash varsity players Given a 20minute scrimmage roughest Early football yet seen on soldiers Field nearly every Man of the Harvard varsity football squad had a Chance yesterday in the first scrimmages of the the players Are one week ahead of any former Harvard teams and the 20minute scrimmage was the roughest yet seen at soldiers Field at this time of the showing of the men in general was the Back Field doing the ends and forwards though the Tao Klong was not sure and clean in a few the ends covered kicks the linemen charged measurably while Flower and Murray sent away of some respectable this was the first time that any of the Harvard kickers have attempted to get away their kicks under electric Light for Harvard football football practice by electric Light is the latest innovation proposed at har to give the coaches and players a Chance to tune up when the Days grow in past years As the after Noons grew Shorter the coaches had to Stop practice just when a few i More minutes of Light would give men delayed by late afternoon courses just the touch Friday evening electrical engineers conducted the attended Only by the Harvard coaches and a few More than 12 different lamps and reflectors were and the results will be reported to the Harvard manage ment by the showing the number of lamps a second test will be made tomorrow to which the lamp and reflector players and newspaper Cor respondents have been Joseph is the originator of the Littlefield has been in close touch with football affairs at Harvard for a few years and knowing the trouble Over men having late he dug up the plan during the summer while work ing for an electrical or Louis Bell is directing the tests at soldiers or Bell thought at first that 36 lamps of boo Watts but the tests of Fri Day night May Call for a change in Type of reflector to prevent a Glare which would bother the football if some of the games continue into the Brundage holds Allaround title Meanix of wins the Newark hurdle race Pyronen captures the Marathon in new Jersey meeting stick enl Dan Ratcli to the Globe Neav sept very Brundage of the Chicano Holder of the National All around athletic Champion Success full defended his title at Weequahic this after Alma the decathlon was one of the six Star individual athletes who fell before Brun Brundage scored a total of Points while who was disqualified in the 120yard hurdles race and failed to Start in the scored in eight events and was fourth at Fred Kelly of the los Angeles former Holder of the worlds record in the High was second with Points and Earl also of los was third with Pat Oconnor of the Iris american 01 new York scored team r was riven the Ball on its own u us uni uie Ngum win be Puc into Souert smash of the new York Leam a was me Waii on us for games As Well As for and Rov bag Ord of the t o 30yard and minutes teams a it is known that sufficient Light is of Angeles a c 48431 and b roughed it in Pooch Donovan watched for and As players showed signs of having fresh players from team c were Susti Hamilton team b was slightly Cut above the ear malt ing a and Henry Back on team suffered a leg neither team was Able to Al though team a threatened three differ ent the first eleven being within drop waking All three at tempts fell and another when within scoring team a essayed a Rush across is but the team b Backfield smothered the Henry playing Eddie Marians old proved to be the Best ground gainer for and in the Short time he played he got away on a few end netting upward of b to 20 Rufe Bond and Ralph Horween both forded for Plain signal Drill and with a full lighting Plant it is expected that for Ward passing and kicking will be pos the intensity of the Light will be More than candles and the total electric Power about Carman tumbles in Revere Bike race sept Riding at a clip Clarence the american paced Champion took the most spectacular Tumble Ever witnessed at the Revore Cycle track this he was sprout Irig to catch Vincent Madonna and car mans Chain snapped on the Back stretch hit the line with considerable drive ant i of the 22d his rear wheel col should be Good ground gainers As soon As the line knows enough to open Casey and Home had Little to do on the offence for b As that eleven was forced to punt continually to keep out of but they handled every thing sent their Way while on the de line capt lapsed and he was with his feet strapped in the pedals he Slid 110 Yards around the Southern he and the bicycle turning two Complete revolutions As he Slid to the top of the track and then to the Carman was stunned and though bruised and scraped was not severely la Uigh to Jcu Waclo 1iul pc j in he was unable to continue and Zach and Snow worked Well and partner George Wiley finished the Sagar and the first three once the Accident occurred on Wolfl Anlla Linart and Madonna won by three the time for 60 centers passed the Ball in mid season the 22ci Brewer und Hartley showed up Victor Lin Well on the the teams lined up As More follows o team re the summary re Miles was exceedingly in 7m go Center it be quarterback team kingly matches Herron beat 7 and Corkran beat 2 and Maxwell beat b and heat 1 1ercy earlier or heat 1 decor Nick beat it mid results in Golf on the suburban links at the Bear Hill in the half Handicap is Atwell and Emery were tied yesterday with 6 in the playoff for i the Spring Consolation cup Atwell Defeated Tyler 10 Down in i i in the is Hole medal play at the i Bellevue the Gross prize was won by George Clough with and tie net by Catlin with a card of the Meadowbrook Golf club of read ing held an 18hole Handicap a Par Clough winning in claws a and Henry Robinson in class at the Lexington Golf club yesterday the play was a Troball selected Hal combined Handicap with Stratton and Walker the winners with a net if Hun and a Hamm with 70 were at the Arl Morit Golf club the play was nine halfhandicap1 and was won by who netted in the sweepstakes Golf at the Tedesco Foster won with a net of two strokes better than team be if Snow re c re it re Quarter Home and Penn beats farm 66 to 0 sept 16the University of Pennsylvania football team played its list practice game defeating the National farm school eleven of by the soda vhf left tackle of the farm school sustained a broken Leer the game was played near Lang Horn Penn where the Pennsylvania team is holding jets preseason two practice sessions in Dartmouth football n sept Dart Mouth football practice this Forenoon was mainly when two teams in Kickoff formations got Drill on open Field tackling and and to protect the Man carrying the this afternoon the backs and ends raced Down the Field under punts and Long for Ward followed by a stiff 25min Ute during which practically Quarter mile won by Ito efe 00yds John car head finont second Michael Brighton third Boston 27 two mile won by Fred Tevere he Nice Sec Ond will lain third John far Orient 4m 28 Hal file won by Charles Turville severe to Boston second Dennis con Everett third Hardy Revere r7 five mile won by Tim new Haven ill South bos second Fred fall third Paul fourth Lam motor Aeed team won by Victor Llu Urt Anil Vincent Madonna George Wiley and Clarence i 7ln 55 every Man had a team a scored two touchdowns and i team b crossed the goal line the Boston club shut out metropolitan fall to win a cup in final session of Amateur Drivers at Syracuse n sept meet ing of the senior league of Amateur driving clubs closed today with nine events on the a stiff Breeze and a heavy track in the Early part of the made thu time the Cleveland club took the largest num Ber of cups for winning five out of while the Goshen and Syracuse clubs took two and the metropolitan driving club of Boston work of Mcdonough at Quarter was a sub and an were the new additions to the Somerville Center suffers broken Finger summary 2ybakolp Sweepstake lady Marlon of 10 i White 1 1 of White 2 2 3yeahold Sweepstake bin we Leo Hoik in j Mcdonald blk yesterday morning at Somerv Llie Field 8 8 ii sustained a broken Homer on his right and May not he Able to play in the opening game with Fitchburg Normal school next saturday coach Charles do Olterman had the first und second lines scrimmage ii galust each and the Backfield men were Given practice in handling in the open bin to hover chm a Mcellroy Hli t i1 will Tel 1 a i 2 1 2 a 2 a 6 4 Rori to racing Silver Roc a blk w Mcl Onnald Ethel film a Fin hush i England wins at Montclair sept England 01 wan the Winner of the trophy offered for the Low net score in the Jurn Ertol Competition for members today j at the Wollaston his card Reading j Macleod and Thayer j tied for Gross while g Man la inane and Lowe or Ulso figured in a tie for the second net trophy Lee of Columbia wins swimming title new sept i John Charles k Lee of Columbia University arid the Roc Iten a new York won the 100yard metro Hazel dim ill k Liever can Politan swimming championship defeating by a Mere touch his Philip who finisher half a body length ahead of John Alco of the Lees time was 1m i i is 1 2 a Tiki text lir ii ii notice bin Mary i1 t k firm in a Lei much he til Essex county club Oolf sept a Field of 111 players entered in Todys Handicap bogey tournament it kit Freeman of the National j women league won the Millyard Haud cup swim Tor women from i thc19neooml Murk in 1m her Mph Hutu with a to Iottini second wan and miss Frisco in a Claire the National j Mel who shirt Cal from took a wine Heeter team sept 10 win Tuot Tunc Chester country club entertained u m Vesper country club today in a team i he ill k mulch and won 18 to in the Piny i inn in a for the club Hunt or i he in 3 4 t i t to 4 sex county club but eight turned in beat Intond beat Kim a the scores even Hicks beat r f Tucker Down Giles beat Bradlee and Down Down a i beat in ii Down Down i the play for he fall Hii Zil Down 1 unbent this hymn and nor ton beat Kukk 1oh Pacilli Anna id ii k Evelyn Liin w j Brundage won two of the ten the half mile walk an the Hammer Kelly captured the 100yard Richards took the High the shot the pole vault and the 56pound Earl Thomson scored in the Broad jump and the High hurdles and Oconnor was Victor in the mile Thomson Victory in the hurdles was won in the Sterling time of 15 Billy Meanix of the Boston retrieved in part his lost laurels As 440 Yard hurdles Champion when he Defeated William Hummel of the must Nomah club of who beat him in the National championships a week Hummel broke training on tuesday and had asked that the special which had been arranged just after the title race a week be can when he found that this could not be done he determined to but quit when to Yards from the Meanix took the Lead at the gun and 100 Yards from Home was 10 Yards in who had fought game by to keep slackened his Pace and trotted across the line 25 Yards or More behind the Boston Meanix time was within a second of the worlds the new York captured three of tie four relay the Chicago with an almost invincible made up of Joe Fred Sherman Landers and Andy winning the half the Boston on Emile relay team was Defeated in a thrilling race by the new York Larry Scudder of the University of Pennsylvania ran the first leg for the Mercury foot and opened up a big the last relay brought out Frank ii Agay and Harry Worthington who started 20 Yards behind the new York tried desperately to Over haul but was to gain More than half a dozen Lagay win Ning in the fast time of 3m the Boston two mile relay composed of Caldwell and was second to the new York which won in 8m 17 Kyr Onens Victory in the Marathon was popular with the crowd that packed the held and More than persons who lined the course through the streets of for the first two Miles Clifton Home of the Dorchester mass club showed tie with William Kennedy of Chicago and Pyronen at Hia Wood wins five mile at red mens Field Day a five mile race was the feature of Samuel Houston Kat Luaa of flirt t ii favourites win both races at Syracuse Brisac and maj Woolworth land first Money Boston reins men unable to take a cup in final Day of meet n sept grand circuit the Pace and left Over from and nine Amateur races with wagons were run off today at the state in All 27 heats wore which is the most Ever in one the favorite in the and maj the Best liked in the capt David the 70yearold won two matinee the summary of the grand circuit races pacing purse major by the left Cut 1 1 the by understudy Spring chm Bon Arenn end trotting purse by Mur Phy 1 1 of chm 2 2 tre gentle bib 5 4 trim by 8 8 Zombro by 4 b Bay state horses to race at by sept 16the Ken Tucky trotting horse breeders association lowing tonight announced the Fol ma6sachusetts horses entered in its october events Here James Silver or Silver by the has arc Harvest in the Trot Ting futurity George bos has Brg by Myrtle in the Walnut Hall cup Doherty has arc Sliver har Vest also in the Lexington 2000 event for 2yearold has be toddy by Henry in the breeders stakes fall has by Mary by san Nutmeg Iii wins final Handicap yacht race in Light winds britomart was aka ii third in Marblehead regatta by Leonard sept the Cor Intalan yacht club wound up thin years racing with annual grand Handicap for the commodores this was sailed in a Light northerly that dropped nearly to a Calm toward the two classes were provided for Clam a on a Handicap basis arid a clans for the bar Harbor the in class a was Allen Jones Nutmeg handled by Commodore and mrs Jones and the inlays Champion in the Blaney May boy wins in Dorchester races Blaney May boy took two heats in a fast four cornered race at the Franklin Field Speedway yesterday run by the Dorchester gentlemen driving the summary class trotting c c Blaney May blah or 1 m mod Crotts direct by or Mcdermott 4 c m Warrens color to or War c c Blaney Kins by or Blaney s class pacing a s out ices Mona by or 1 j h Birnn Windsor big or 2 class trotting d b walk cry red Char 1 1 d f Doyles Harry arc or 2 2 class mixed o blink horns Stoney by or blink born 1 e Devoes Concha to Bra or 2 o c charted1 Cyril by or or class exhibition c broncs Marcy to beat or class Colts j w Burns addle of or 2 1 d m Biggs Sadie of or i 8 a n Durkee of or 3 2 m greenes Lott of or Cocharo the in a Sharp fight sept took three Good heats for the mlle to decide the Winner at the matinee of the old Colony South gentlemen Wey Morith driving club at this Cocharo chief and Warren had a Sharp fight for the the former win Ning Porter Oil filter went a half in the fastest time of the after the summary class mile i bats d w Harts Coel to 1 1 w h Foss Warren 2 2 j w Tot mans s 3 c i swans 4 it class mixed t a Cushman Porter Oil 1 1 k d Stet Boni to talc 2 2 class mixed to Lions Macken Les 1 John dwyers Willie chg 2 class pacing Joseph cumm lips 1 h p Holm Ali Jefferson 2 b a burkes a class trotting the program of the second annual Field Day of the improved order of red men of greater held at caledonian West yesterday after nearly 700 saw the the entries were Canadian Champion William Kolehma brother of the famous finn Joseph Silva of Williams of australian Cham Pion Queal and Ted Wood won in 26m 7 Kohle Halnen was Shea third and Williams Queal was seized with stomach trouble at the 2vjmlle Mark and had to Crook Falls dropped after run Ning four other winners were 100yard 440yard Dorchester 800yard mile High bar putting 16pound a Large sum was realized for the orphans fund of the a continuous lunch was served throughout the afternoon and there was a band Cricket league standing pulled shoe la Ructin ave real i Standard in Pletl Fillock athletic Caribbean is won i i t 7 7 7 1 8 i cwt drawn pts 0 4 it 8 7 7 7 0 11 12 14 g h George class mixed f m a Hobart Betty class mixed k a g w Youngs Mathlan 1 1 1 Zara won in the bar Harbor in class a there were eight the four Sikaters Nutmeg Iii and was aka the 26fbot or Sally the two 25ratera Taqua and Ruweidah and the Hustle the britomart was the first Croaa and held the Lead for a but caught by the Ellen after the turn at the Graves whistling with Nutmeg close the Nutmeg quite a Lead on the reach to the Boston but in the Long beat Home lost most of the the nut Meg being Best in Light airs the drop the wind toward the close saved and she won by 1m the class a name and owner Al time Cor time Nutmeg a 0 h h s Wabb Fca j Sally c p a s a Hustle a p Bab 81foot i Tine a w s Duxbury yacht cups Given after hot final1 sept championship cups were presented at the yacht club today by the Max mrs Horace Soule of Brook line and mrs Atherton Lorine of Boston presided at the Tea prizes were won As follows fifteen foot knockabout ebon son or petrel Edward 14foot mass Mary Potter miss Elizabeth Banner and first Holder of the commodores cup for the Bay Batch Sec William Fly tee foot miss Frances Benedict 14foot miss Mary Potter miss Helen Maxwell mrs William Midsummer aug 4 and 15foot knockabout cup presented Bartlett pot second cup presented by George Benedict Eben Ellison 14foot miss Harriet Ellison Bay Donald Maxwell ses William today race was most exciting in tha 15foot class and the Bay blvd in the former the kit and petrel ii were Only one Point apart before the the kit had to beat petrel into and Only did so by a Small in1 the Jaybird before the three the Lapwing and Sand had a Chance for the tha Lapwing came from second place to the Lead by winning this the sum Mary 15 knockabout class name and owner k c Ehen petrel Edward b cd Herrej miss Margaret cat boat class miss Elizabeth miss Jaybird class f n Whistler w b miss p s Ernest Adams h h Soule h miss Donald Al time Bonito takes first Farrell cup sept Boni two won this afternoon in easy fashion its third successive race Iri the series for the cups offered by Farrell of1 Albany and Bass thereby Tak ing the first the winsome wins the second although the sailed by the Pollard finished second boat Jessica led the forties in Manhasset Bay race new sept 16the Manhas Jet Bay yacht clubs autumn regatta was held today on Long the 40 Craft that started the win ners were the among the first division Handicap class second division Handicap in the combined third and fourth divisions class q Larchmont inter club Elena and Matoura racing for the Brenton reef cup new sept plants Schooner yacht Elena and Rob Jert toys challenger and defender respectively of the Bronson reef started from Ambrose shop today in the eighth race for trophy the distance to Brenton reef Lughi ship and the official 264 when last seen the had passed the Elena and had a slight n sept yacht Matoura was less than if ahead of the Elena when the Botts rounded the in Runton reef lightship1 i shortly after 10 Morton at Newark i Brut owner of the was follow ing the race in his steam yacht Ward High gun at Tedesco sept Ward was High gun at the weekly trap shoot ing tournament at the Tedesco club to breaking 43 out of George Pushee won the first Handicap International league prove Ilene Newark 2 second at Baltimore 2 unit Baltimore Nic Biond 0 second at Toronto Toronto bul tulo at Montreal Kov litter International league standing won Muir no 18 i Providence 17 i Montreal 10 18 Toronto j1 Richmond if i hoc Hestir 10 Newark h8 12 is in 70 75 80 4 International league games today i Cricket results a1 Everett Kvit itt is lit Olav at new ibid font Tali Iema fall re Var Andover United Amos Keag 1 sept Andover United Lef catch 3 to litre goals were made mra Ulster and the last named on a i Everett St George 32 Cricket ers won from St 79 to through the Bat Liik of Uray and after six were out fur 11 Langell High gun at Lincoln sept the Range of he Middlesex rime club afternoon he Ine Isbeih shot from cards at and Isnec Lari Keli scored Newark at Ito Chester at Eastern league results seasons Sooke at new new Haven at Flint Kami Hartford Leeond at Portland new London first Guino Portland new London succed game Ift Llyd in at Worcester Flygt Gin Uii Lynn work Emir a Ceciul Eastern league final standing won Siw Ion Don Lynn Woric brei i new Donal Don Ilynn Louglas Lunt just Jaid u 87 Ai on n i 78 70 it won ao4 free Orall unfinished in Halifax fair races n sept the at the provincial exhibition harness meeting today was exceptionally the free Orall was not tha final heat being put Over to the summary Puree won by Lillian iat Ehen Baron Brett second Claudia third Don ambulatory Bent purse won by Jesse Little smoke second Dixie girl Best pure unfinished by Luco Plu prank Patch second James Newbro third Troub Wil beat Wright wins special shooting event Atlantic n sept Isle up eclat event in the Hogan shoot for amateurs whose average nun not been bolter than 88 percent was won to Day by n who broke out of 100 Corke n n won the Murk with m Vogel of Detroit won the event Tor she Mann Lief 47 of 4 Curtis High gun at Newton shoot club of u i us but of 8 gut of w arid 24 out of i
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