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'pa.EPHONC ■■I 9200 - TI1K DAILYJRESS, WHITE PLAINS. N. V.. MOMMY. JI NK 17. 19CT ILYJ ’ RB s SPORTS Captain Doane Judged Best Horse in Westchester Show By Frank Beck SPEEDY FIELD IN DASH RACE! Qimbel's Entry Awarded^ Qrand Hunter First Prize Popular People White Plains Entry Takes High Honors With New Jersey Horse Second ; Show Ends. T HE three days of the thirty-sixth annual Westchester County Horse Show culminated Saturday with the championship classes. Bernard F. Gimbel ’ s Captain Doane was judged the grand champion hunter of the show with Little Canada, owned by the Long Acre Farm of War- ienville, New Jersey, taking the reserve. Captain Doane- had to his credit one blue ribbon, one second and one third, and although his performance in this particular show was decidedly indifferent, he tfon a comparatively easy vic ­ tory. Miss Carol Gimbel rode'Captain Doane in the cham ­ pionship class. Little Canada, formerly THE INDIGNANT FRIEND WHOSE PERSISTENT ARGUMENTS FINALLY EXASPERATE THE COP INTO HANDING YOU A TICKET. •v / - Rose And Monte Meet For Bantamweight At Armory Robert Law of Port Cheater, took the championship In the heavy ­ weight and middleweight hunter and Jumper claaa. Little Canada. In the three daya of the shows, gave by far the moat consistent perform ­ ance of any horse in the show. This bay gelding, ridden by Miss Joan Adams, was tlyi star ofthc Stamford show of last year blue ribbons. four seconds and one third was the excellent record of 1.1 1tic Canada In the three days of the present show. His consistency la proven by the fact that of all'the Jump#\ he took In the entire ahow, he had to hla discredit only two ticks; all hla. othpr Jumps were clean- The “ Good Hands\ Cup. present ­ ed By the A. 8. P. C. A, was won hy Miss Edith Anderson of Brook ­ lyn. Miss Anderson showed excel ­ lent horsemanship throughput the show. Many of the hones which she rode received blue ribbons which vouched for her ability to •how a horse to its best advantage Both astride and side-saddle. Miss Anderson presented an example of technically perfect horsemanship. \ The Champion Harm ~ the show'was Judged Ittbi ('ossilli Easter Meld, owned by Cnssilli farm and driven bv Mr. J: Mar> Willetts. Mrs. Carl H. Hanna: brown gelding Sun Rise took th> Generazzo Asks For Rival Line Up Before Big Game Ths Polles Association Baseball team is scheduled to meet the White Plains A. A in a battle to the death on Thursday of this week at the Recreation Field. Manage) Gcneraxxo states that his tram Is all set for the game but he Is still waiting for the line-up of bis opponents Sometime ago the Police line ­ up waa published but their rl- vejs have kept mum. The probable lineup probab ­ ly will be the same as started the game with Bruce Park over last Weekend but Gen eraxxo is curious to know if there ts going to be any Twilight Trark Meet at Yan ­ kee Stadium Draws Many Fast Entries Former Champion to Meet Preaent One in Ten Round Fight Thursday; Rest of Card Good. 4 One of the finest group* of ath ­ letes assembled In the Metropolitan district In many years will com ­ pete today In the twtUaht track ami field Bfect at the Yankee Sta ­ dium for tha benefit of the New York Public School Athletic Two great races have been ar ­ ranged by the committee In charge working with the Metropolitan dis ­ trict of the A. A. U. in addlti ' six other Invitation events thi elude a number of men who -quailed or neared world track and Held records. In the 100-yard dash, however, •here seems the greatest change of n genuine thrill. Entrants in this fh'Htatlon special Include Claude Rrarey, the fleet Texan from Rice Institute. Karl Wlldertnuth. I C.. I A 100-yard dash champion. Jim ­ my tialey. I. C. 1A Indoor spring rhnrnplon: Reginald Bowe. Pitts ­ burgh dash stnrr Bob McAllister. Olympic and national sprint ajar. ' Eddie Tolan, speedy sophomi A CHAMPIONSHIP fight will t&ke place at the State Armory on Thursday.of this week when Willie Bo*© meets Freddie Mont© for the bantamweight crown of the* | National Guard. Rose is the former title holder and Monte I the preaent one. Willie won hia crown from Benny Tell | last winter and'then took on Charlie Chameaki by mia- j lake and lost it again. Monte battled Abobo out of' tha title a few weeks ago in Brooklyn and still has it | Roes has been fighting hie way , ■ \ - to the top « bout with Charneeki. He hes been real moving up the ladd.r steadily untU im „ w:ll pro¥ . no nctpUon. Ths 1 the UiUveritty of Michigan. GAIN El A-GA1 pitched lor the Hr owns* oiid •» in- I The Yankees gained a game on vincible until thr eighth when he ,h “ I-\' 1 '\* Athletics by de- allowed three cnmiecutlte hi- . *nd listing the Detroit Tigers. 11 to 7. t anyway. ■ his t The 1 Go Sk» Pot. b g . owned by Warfield Farm* Pony of line, fourth. Pansy Nancy, V m.. ' owned by Walken Farms Ladles Hunters: Won by Little Canada, b. g owned by Long Acre Farms, second. Golden Mom. ch. m owned by Miss Elizabeth M. Doug ­ las , third. Folly, ch. m. owned by G-rtrude Ely. fourth. Welcome, ch .- owned by Bernard F. Gimbel. bealdi compensations In the sho> interest of the large gathering of oiwbN'a team: second, Warfield ---- - *\ Saturday afternoon. Karma teams: third. D. W. Evans Saturday Score* i Badger. *6 — 13 — 73. Mrs Haney and , Ardaley — Kickers' Handicap -Tie Mr Stewart. 91-12 79. Mr and between C. E- St ews? lot -33-71 „„ . WoM w 03 Mr . nd and P. Fearey, 103 — 34 — 71 , , , „ .. Elmsford — Flrat round for the Mr » J J Lawlor. 90 —13— 7. beat* Governor's cup — Sam Karon. <19 final round for the vlce-preeldgefe net: A. Sadnwsky. 73 net. Sam Gar- trophy-A ’ O Kautmann defeated rl 'L** r ' 7 5 n *L .. „ , ’ , T. H. Stewart. 2 up 127 holes j; Wil- Falrview — Ball Sweepstakes I _ Heilman. 84 -17 -67, W. W. Straues. l,Bn * Buckley defeated F- bhand, 1 93 24 -68. Eugene Strauss. *2— 13 up 423 hole#: Final round for the _«». vice-president s trophy — V. O. Kauf- Fenlmore-Two Ball Mixed Four mBn “ William Buckley. * some— B. Satr and H Hlrahfield. uml 2 103 — 23— 83; Mrs. November 4 and u ---- - -- ----- — Benjamin Knlmus. 10# — 25 — 81. Mrs. \ J Goldstone and H Aranow. 104 — I n Cruwdgr- .dvertisn Your Wants In'll). C Dpi Columns of The Irony I ’ l ; New York. The game and Benny Brostoff came togeth-1 m j, hs* change* er for their classic at the local ar- , lnc . th , enomptocehlp belt waa put tnory. Benny haft been shouting up , or eompetitfcn by Major Haa- for tha title chance for months Th, ljJt hke a tally of nnd they gave him Rose Instead, j m ,„, ^ , h „ good a. gghtiag ■Rose battered Bennjvfor ten rounds ' In the guards and almost knocked him out. Bros- Jimmie Doyle cam* flrat. Then InIT was not In li/p form that night came Tell. Rows. CbarcesU.i Doyle and had tq be taken to the bosipt- i the second time. Abobo. and Mon- la] afterwards buV Rose showed his te. Now Rose gets a second chance fighting ability add clcatfy won a at it. chance for a go With the champion. | -nj e rMI „f the can Ths rstult was that he was 1 the msm bon» with matched with Monte and the fight fighting Young Messing of takes place this week Rose ts a Plains and Dan Mattis of tbs l«th rugged hard hitting fighter that can i Infantry meet in a four round af- take any number of blows Monte fair. Is a rusher himself and strong tor Young Archie of the 14th and Ed ! his weight. .Once during his bou* die Ziegler of White Plains dash. . with' Abobo the latter caught hla for six rounds. Jack Diamond vi with a terrific right to the head the 14th Brooklyn takes on Fran- 1 and he staggered but weatherad the kle McPotand of th# 313th Anti- round and came back strodg. This aircraft force for th# second stx. shows that he can stand as much Thr semi-final bout u between .punishment as Rose. Sid Sitevny of the 14th .and Tasty Many Held Title Kiss of the same place. Then Mo t>- ■ The result should be a fight worth te and Rose will bold the stage. ~aN - Ball sweeps'nke» • -6 —70. with A ----- forty hofhes In this ] u Dd the Jumping, as « whole, | t up to tha quality of the i Jumping classes. Only t went the course clean 1 n Wayside Mtablr i Saddle horses. Heather Cup — woo by Star Blossom, eh. m. owned by , Charles F. Hubbs. second. My Love. b m.. owned by Mrs. John Tup per ' Cole; third. Gold Coin, ch. g . owned j by H E. Manville: fourth, William I'ciardman ’ * Miss Barbara. Hunters and Jumpers inon-wlo- 5 Claseen ' n, ' r » of • fi™< nr second-prize In Open Jumping — First. Long Acre 'he show)-wop by Welcome, ch. g_ Farm s b g. Little Canada, second. . owned by Bernard F. Gimbel; iu-o- Pomp. ch m owned bv D O •> “ **. Blarney, br i; owned by the Evans: third. Tricolor Farms' b k Wyndygoul Farm; third. Folly, ch. Jack Pot; fourth. Pansy Nancy, b ™ • owned by Gertrude Ely; fourth, m , owned by the Walken Farm i Klkl. ch g . owned by the.Tricolor Westchester Special isaddle Farm. hacks. 15.1 hands • oven — won by H*0 Hawk. blk. k Vwnsfl by Way SALO IS PYLE Gadney Farms Ball Sweepstakes ; Class A L. A. Kaufman. 76 — 5 - ! 71; H. H. Brooker. 86 — 14 — 73; T . B. Stewart. 87-14 -73. Class R D I Walker, 91 —17 — 74; H. W. Olsen. 98 -22-76, C Norton. Kemp. 108 — 28 — 75. •up. F. J Helt — Ball sweepstakes — ass A Fred Wright. 73-6- 6 7, as* 11 W, B Schleicher. 84 — 18 — Class C: D Wood. 90 — 26 — 64. an lnterclub team match. Tama- :k defeated Lecwood. 13 ‘ s points 1 — 16 — 77; •<> *4 points Bsat, , Purchase r Two-Ball Four- DERBY WINNER ■Ids Stables: second. Burmr b. g. owned by Miss Mlrlan Hall; third Gee. Whtzzls, b. g. owne.1 by thi 101-27-75; H. Wenslow, 106-27- same — A. J Levy and Mrs Henry- 78 Judaon. 72; J W Ticker and Mrs St Andrew's — Eighteen-hole med- Jules Forman. 74. George Grecn- sl play handicap — P. & Btsland, 87 >P»n end Miss L Baker. 75: B -18 — 69: J H. Janaway. 88 —17— 71; Ginsberg and Mrs C Welsmnn. 76; L B. Palmer. 98-26-72; George C. Adler and Mrs M. Hlrson. 76. a Hollister. 87— 14 — 73; Ira H Hubbel. Adler and Mrs B Spcrber. 77 86 12- 74; F. 1. Lockman. 90 15 Scarsdale Ball Sweepstakes — 7i Class A Won by J K. Graves. 79 - Scaradale - Ball Sweepstakes f» -*«: Class B Won by R M Morning. Class A J. 8. Ogllbie. 80 ' 'algmyls. 92 — 23 — 69 — 14-66. Class B. J. J. Ennis, 91 - .Sunnlngdnle — Ball Rwrepntaks* - 19 — 72. Afternoon, Class A George Paul Whitehead. 82 —10— 72; Frank A. Walker. 79 -10-69. Class B Le- Samuels. 81-7-74; Hal Linder. J02 roy Miller, 90-20-70.* Selected -28 — 74. S B. Erlander. 92— 18 — 74. the Fernbrook Farms. Jumping botaoa or ponies (ridden hy children under 18 years of agej -win by Cinders, gr. c. owned,by Billie Browning; second. By By. b. m.. owned by Miss Joan Townsend; third. Damyou, b. g.. owned by Miss Joan Adams; fourth. Brown Betty, br. m, owned by Mrs. Ter ­ rel Van Ingen. Local Hunters — won by LMtle Canada, b. g . owned by Long Acre Farm; second. Pansy Nancy. ’ Two Men Only Three Minnies ‘ Apart in Elapsed Time. Falrvlaw — Eighteen - Hole Play Handicap — Herbert S. Rauh. 81-14-67; Charles FecMWlmer. 101 35 — 69; Gordon Kaiser. 95-26- 69 Mixed Fouroome Competition — Won *\■ ” Woolner and Lawrence John Salo of Passaic. N. J.. won C. C. Pyle s cross-country run today with Peter Gavugzl of England sec. ond. Solo gets *25.000 for his vic ­ tory and Gavuxzl 110.000. Solo's elaps'd time for the race from New York to Los Angeles was 525:37:20. Gavuzxi's time was 526:00:07. Captain Doans, ch. g. ownsd j, y 66J00; SSm Richman, Mount Ver- Bernard F. Gimbel: fourth. Folly. I non - STl 29:29. *3,500. Paul Simp- rh. m, owned by Gertrude Ely. 1 Burlington. N. C.. *3,000; Philip Afternoon ( lossea , Granville. Hamilton. OnL, *2.300; Lightweight Qualified Hunters — H. B. McNamara, Sydney. Austra- won by Prince Charming, b. g.. \ ha. *2.000; Herbert Hedeman. Syd- twned by the Warfletd Farms, Inc.: • «*y. 31,730. Harry Abramowltx, (ocond. Captain Doane. ch. g . owned New York. *1500. and Mike Joyce, ny Bernard F. Gimbel; third. Jack Cleveland. *1.250. Nine-Holes Competition; tween George A Walker. 30 — 6 —24 and J S. Obllble, 31 7 24 Cen ­ tury Tournament — Won by E. P Prczzano, 106 — 30— 76. Sunnlbgdale — Ball Sweepstakes — R. Schwartz, 95-25 — 70; E J Row Kronthal. 88 — 16-70 •nwald, 96— 24 — 73 j Westchester Btltmore — Thomas Westchester Hills — Ball Sweep- Cocneo and Clarence Davies Tro- stakes — Class A; W. B Stark. 82 — 1 phy. Best Ball Foursome — John C 14 — 68; J. D. Leary. 96— 15 — 71; .L. ' Patton and Fred Frazier. 75— 9-- F. Mulconney, 87-15-72: J M 66 E M Alcxand-r and J. P Hobbs. 78 — 5 — 73. Class B: A L j Shoaff Trophy. Best ‘Ball Foursome Duaaqulera. 89—30 — 69: E F \ -J. H. Turner and H 9. Brown Sr . Whits, 88 — 18 — 70: F. L. Loilghman. [71 — 11 — 60. Kickers Handicap — J. 90 —19— 71; J. a Branar. 55 — 23 —72 I K. Murphy. 95-20-75 Match Play Handicap against Par- j Westchester Hills — Ball Sweep- Class A: Won by D. O. Kees. 4 up | stakes — Morning, Class A: R. P Class B: Won by A. L. Duaequlera. Smith. 79 12-67. Dr, Mortorpy. 84 > “ P ! -15-69; B Lawyer, 84 — 12—72; Westchester-Blltmore — W. C Duf- Class B J Brenner. 94 -23 — 71; ™ fy trophy — First division eighteen H Hendricks. 90-18 — 72; A hole medal play handicap — John C. I Young. 92— 20 — 72. Afternoon Claaa Patton, 74 — 5 — 69; William A. ! A: R. Towasend, 78-8 — 70; George Walsh. 86— 16— 70: Henry W. Boett- t w. Stearns. *1 — 18 — 70; R D Duck- grr. 84— 14 — 70: R. E. Marsh, 81 — I worth. 85 — 16 — 71. Class B: JL--J3. 10 — 71; William S. Bllzxard. 83 — 18- j Brenner, 89-17-72: H C Eh Our Doors Are Never Locked! J^UTOMOBILE Service, tho/ough, conscientious *nd .skillful, now at your disposal twenty-four hours every day. You're sure to be pleased with our work. FEATURING Martin Custom Built Cord Tires U. S. Motor Oils jpd Polish Socony Motor Oils ^*ine Selection Used Tires' FLAT TIRES REPAIRED FREE ROAD SERVICE SPADE T ire & Auto Suppy Co. A. M. KJSSUNG, President; R. L. THURMAN. Secy-TrcsuL > Hamilton Avenue Phone W. P. 5650-J 72: William Mahoney, Jr., 80-8 — 72; O. Boto Bchelberg trophy — Eighteen hole mgdal play handicap — K. V. i Carraer. 86 —17 — 68. J. R. Stevens. 96-26-70: M. 8 Mlsarr. 87 — 18 — 71; R Eyre, 97 — 26 — 71; J. T. Gilroy 106 — 84—72; H. A. Turnure. 98 — 26- 18— 76. Winged Foot — Kickers Handicap — R- H Glhhs. 102 — J- — — - Gardner. 110-80 — 80 lard. 95 It 84- 72. Winged Foot — Eighteen-Hole Medal Play Handicap — Edward Thorp- *3-15 — 67: W. F. Healy. 98 — 30 — 68; Lasueur G. Smith. 85 — 16 HAMBONFS MEDITATIONS ByJ.P.ABay Sunday Score* Ardaley — Eighteen Hole Medal Play Handicap — Class A: D. D. Jackson. 78 — 4 — 74. Claaa B R Foote, 86—15 — 71. Claaa C. J. R Rutherford. 99-20 — 69 Kicker* Handicap — J. E. Buahey. 100 — 30 — 70; T. W. Kinney. 82 — 12— 70. Century — Ball Sweepotakes -W R Blum. 78 — 12 — 86; F, M. Helmer- dlngar, 79 — 10 — 69; Roger W. Straus 88 — 8 —80; Robert Stearns, 84 — 13 — 71; Paul F. Warburg, 86-15 — 71; George Bplegelberg. 83-18-72. Flrat Round of Match Play for the President s Cup — George Spiegel berg defeated Paul Warburg. 6 and 4; Roger W. Straus defeated Rob ­ ert Stearns, 8 and 1; W. R Blum beat F. M. Hetmsrdlnger. 4 and 3; E.Nt. Heilman defeated A. L Bern- helm. 1 up. Elmsford — Second round for the Governor's Trophy — E. Harris. 70, 70-140; A. Wolf, 70, 73-143; Stan ­ ley Karon. 70. 70-140; M. Elbe. 70. 70 — 140: Milton Geiger. 73, 78-146. Nine-Hole Tournament far Ladles — - • Mrs. M. Geiger. 91. r Farms — Two Rail Mixed a — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fatrjf. 94 — H — 73; Mr. jsnd Mrs. S. 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