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Y.-Open tournament, June 21-23-Won by OTHER GAMES OF IMPORTANCE. C. H. Seeley, Wee Burn Golf Club, who defeated M. Ballou, Apawamis Golf Club,

Dec. 29-New-York Athletic Club, 4; in final round by 10 up and 8 to play in a

McGill University, 3. thirty-six hole match. Gross score medal

Dec. 30—All New-York team, 10; McGill

University. 6. in qualifying round won by C. M. Hamilton, Baltusrol Golf Club, at 78, after a

March 23-New-York Athletic Club, 3; tie with A. De Witt Cochrane, Ardsley

Ottawa Hockey Club, 1. Club.

March 24–Ottawa Hockey Club, 5; All Shinnecock Golf Club, Southampton, L.

New-York Team, 2.
I., July 24-28-Won by Walter J. Travis,
Oakland Golf Club, who defeated R. Terry,

CROQUET-ROQUE. jr., of Ardsley, 12 up and 11 to play.

The nineteenth Gross score medal in qualifying round a

annual championship tie at 160, between Travis and A.

tournament of the National Roque AssoBrown, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.

ciation was held at Norwich, Conn., AuTuxedo Golf Club, Tuxedo Park, N. Y.

gust 21 to 25, 1900. -Open tournament, Sept. 12–15—Won by

The senior championship was won by Walter J. Travis, Oakland Golf Club, who

G. C. Williams, of Washington, D. C., defeated Louis Livingston, jr., Westbrook

who won 11 games and lost 3. Four other Golf Club, 5 up and 4 to play.

Gross players tied for second place, each having score medal in qualifying round won by

won 10 games and lost 4. In the play off Travis, at 156.

W. H. Wahly, of Washington, D. C., beat Westbrook Golf Club, Islip, L. I.-Open

S. L. Duryea, of Washington, D. C., and tournament, Sept. 19-22—Won by Louis G. C. Strong, of New-London, Conn., and Livingston, jr., Westbrook Golf Club, who

B. R. Veasey, of Wilmington, Del., both

defaulted their defeated C. Hitchcock, jr., Yale, by 2 up

games to him, giving and 1 to play. Gross score medal in qual

Wahly second place. ifying round won by R. C. Watson," jr., The championship of the second class Westbrook Golf Club, at 171.

was won by C. A. Littlefield, of Chelsea, Westchester Golf Club, Westchester, N.

Mass., with F. Foss, of Norwich, Conn.,

second. Y., Nov. 1-3—Won by W. L. Thompson, Baltusrol Golf Club, who defeated W. J.

In the third class A. L. Williams, of Travis, Oakland Golf Club, by 4 up and 2 Washington, D. C., won the championto play. Gross score medal in qualifying

ship.
round won by Travis, at 82.
Interscholastic Championship, Garden

HORSE RACING.
City, April 18–Won by H. B. Hollins, jr.,
Cutler School, New-York City, who de-

WINNERS OF THE PRINCIPAL RACES feated C. H. Seeley, Berkeley School,

OF THE YEAR. New-York City, in final round by 6 up

Carter Handicap (about seven furlongs) and 4 to play. Team match championship

-Box, 125 (Maher), first; Boney Boy, 108 won by Cutler School team; St. Paul's School, Garden City, second. Gross score

(Mitchell), second; The Kentuckian. 114

(O'Leary), third. Time-1:26. April 16 medal in qualifying round won by H. B.

(Aqueduct). Hollins, jr., at 82.

Metropolitan Handieap (mile)-Ethelbert, Intercity Golf Championship, New-York

126 (Maher), first; Box, 121 (O'Connor), vs. Philadelphia, at Philadelphia Country

second; Imp, 127 (Clawson), third. Time Club, May 5-Won by New-York team.

-1:4114. May 5 (Morris Park). Score, 33 to 1.

Withers Stakes (mile)-Kilmarnock, 126 Women's Intercity Golf Championship, New-York vs. Philadelphia, at Philadel- (Turner), first; Mesmerist, 126 (O'Connor), phia Country Club, Nov. 8–Won by New- second; Ildrim, 126 (Bullman), third. Time York team.

--1:4114. May 12 (Morris Park). Score, 39 to 21,

National Stallion Stakes (five furlongs)

-Bonnibert. 122 (Turner), first; Bellario, HOCKEY. 122 (McCue), second; Golden

Age,

122 The Crescent Athletic Club hockey (Mitchell), third. Time-1:0034. May 19 seven went through the season without a (Morris Park). defeat in the Amateur Hockey League of International Steeplechase (two and oneAmerica.

half miles)—Van Ship, 162 (Mara), first;

Ronkonkoma, 132
Clubs.
Won. Lost.

(Donohue), second; Crescent Athletic Club.

10 0

Mars Chan, 137 (Heider), third. TimeNew-York Athletic Club.......

7 3 5:04. May 19 (Morris Park). Brooklyn Skati 1g Club.

5 5

Belmont Stakes (one and three-eighths St. Nicholas Skating Club.

5 5

miles)-Ildrim, 126 (Turner). first; PeHockey Club of New-York.

4 6

truchio, 123 (Spencer), second; Missionary, Naval Reserves......

0 10

126 (O'Connor), third. Time-2:2112. May

24 (Morris Park). The Yale University hockey seven won Brooklyn Handicap (one and one-quarter the intercollegiate championship.

miles)-Kinley Mack, 122 (McCue) first; Won. Lost. Tied.

Raffaello, 113 (Jenkins), second; Herbert, Yale University.

5 0 0

99 (Mitchell), third. Time--2:10. May 26 Columbia University.

3 2 0 Princeton University

(Gravesend).

0 3 1 Brown University..

Match (one and one-quarter miles) 0 3 1

Ethelbert, 126 (Maher), first; Jean Beraud, The Berkeley School, winner of New- 126 (Turner), second. Time--2:08 45. June York Interscholastic League,

met the 2 (Gravesend). "Poly Prep," winner of Long Island In- Great American Stakes (five furlongs)— terscholastic League, in an intercity con- Prince Charles, 122 (Turner), first; Prince test; won by “Poly Prep.

Pepper, 115 (Jenkins), second; Tommy At

Clubs.

kins, 125 (Spencer), third. Time-1:02%. presiding judge on all Jockey Club tracks. June 9 (Gravesend).

Revoking of the license of Jockey Spencer Tremont Stakes (six furlongs)-Blues, for an unsatisfactory ride on Commando 115 (Maher). first; Prince Pepper,

115

in the Matron Stakes during the fall (Jenkins), second; Tommy Atkins, 125 meeting at Morris Park. Decision of the (Spencer), third. Time-1:13%. June 13 Jockey Club to make an effort to improve (Gravesend).

long distance racing by advising the sevBrooklyn Derby (one and one-half miles) eral associations to offer special induce Petruchio, 108 (Spencer), first; Kilmar- ment in the form of rich stakes for threenock, 126 (Turner), second; David Gar- year-olds and upward. Shipment to Engriok, 111 (Maher), third. Time-2:34. June land of a strong consignment from the 14 (Gravesend).

stables of W. C. Whitney and James R. Suburban Handicap (one and one-quarter

Keene. Importation of Sandringham by miles)-Kinley Mack, 125 (McCue), first;

John E. Madden. A day's racing at Ethelbert, 130 (Maher). second; Gulden,

Gravesend for the Galveston Relief Fund, 100 (Odom), third. Time-2:06%. June 16 which netted $8,923. Engagement of sec(Sheepshead Bay).

ond class riders at big salaries owing to Great Trial Stakes (Futurity Course)

the scarcity of good riders. Death of Commando,

122

(Spencer), first; The Jockey Frank O'Leary from a fall at Parader, 122 (McCue), second; Elkhorn,

Aqueduct, April 24, while riding the two117 (Turner), third. Time-1:11%. June

year-old Randy. New records for six fur30 (Sheepshead Bay).

longs,

one mile, one and one-quarter Lawrence Realization (one and five

miles, one and three-quarter miles and eighths miles)--Prince of Melbourne, 126

two and one-quarter miles. Match be

tween Ethelbert and Jean Beraud, won by (Spencer). first; Ildrim, 126 (Turner), second; Kilogram, 119 (Odom), third. Time

the first named. Purchase of the Saratoga 2:49%. July 4 (Sheepshead Bay).

track by representatives of the Jockey Brighton Handicap (one and one-quarter

Club. Opening of new track at Kinloch miles)-Jack Point, 109 (Henry), first; The

Park, St. Louis. Kentuckian, 109 (Clawson), second; Imp,

RECORDS. 129 (Odom). third. Time-2:043. July 7

Distance.

Time. (Brighton Beach).

14 m.-Bob Wade (4), Butte, Mont., Brighton Cup (two and one-quarter Aug. 20, 1890..

.0:2114 miles)-Ethelbert, 124 (Spencer), first; 3 m.-Fashion (4), Lampasas, Tex., Imp, 121 (Jenkins), second; Sidney Lucas,

Aug. 15, 1891..

.0:34 109 (Bullman), third. Time-3:49%. Au

38 m.-Red S. (aged), 122 1, Butte, gust 4 (Brighton Beach).

Mont., July 23, 1896..

.0:34 Futurity (Futurity Course)-Ballyhoo 12 m.-Geraldine (4), 122 1, Morris Bey, 112 (Sloan), first; Olympian, 112

Park (straight). Aug. 30, 1889..0:46 (Henry), second; Tommy Atkins, 129

12 m.-Bessie Macklin (2), 100 10, (O'Connor). third. Time-1:10. August 25

Dallas, Tex., Oct. 3, 1899..

0:4612 (Sheepshead Bay).

412 fur.-Handpress (2), 100 m, MorFlatbush Stakes (seven furlongs)-Bally

Park (straight), May

26, hoo Bey, 120 (Sloan), first; Tommy At

1897

.0:52 kins, 115 (Spencer), second; Alard Scheck, 442 fur.-Meadows (6), 103 10, Alex115 (Burns), third. Time-1:26. Sept. 1

ander Island, (Sheepshead Bay).

Va., March 28,

1895 Great Eastern Handicap (six furlongs)— 5 fur.-Maid Marian (4), 111 1, Mor

.0:53 Beau Gallant, 105 (Bullman), first; Dublin,

ris Park (straight), Oct. 9, 1894.0:56% 113 (McCue), second; Far Rockaway, 121

5 fur.-George F. Smith (4), 100 l, (R. Williams), third.' Time-1:12%. Sept.

San Francisco, March 7, 1895...0:56% 8 (Sheepshead Bay).

512 fur.–Tormentor (6), 121 ID, MorAnnual Champion (two and one-quarter

ris Park (straight), Oct. 10, 1893.1:03 miles)-David Garrick, 123 (Bullman),

512 fur.-Howard (4) 118 1o, Los first; Ethelbert, 133 (Spencer), second;

Angeles, Oct. 26, 1895

.1:06 Duoro, 113 (R. Williams), third. Time-572 fur.-Gold Or (3), 102 10, Kin3:56. Sept. 8 (Sheepshead Bay).

loch Park, St. Louis, Oct. 12, Matron Stakes (Eclipse Course)—Beau

1900

11:06 Gallant, 125 (Bullman), first; Commando, 124 (Spencer), second;' The 'Parader, 11i Futurity Course (170 feet less than 6 (McCue), third. Time-1:1045. Oct. 2

furlongs)-Kingston (aged), 139

1, Sheepshead (Morris Park).

Bay, June 22,

1891 Champion Steeplechase (about three and

1:08% one-half miles)-The Cad, 153 (Mr. Smith),

34 ---Firearm (4), 120 1, Morris Park, first; Plato, 154 (Veitch), second; Perion,

(straight), Oct. 3, 1899.

1:08% Time—7:12.

34 --Voter 160 (Mara). third.

Oct. 6

123 (6),

th, Brighton (Morris Park).

Beach, July 6, 1900.

.1:1245

642 fur.-Sly (6), Municipal Handicap (one and

109 I, three

Chicago
miles) Ethelbert,
quarter

126 (Odom),
(Harlem), June 20, 1900..

1:19 first; Imp, 126 (Burns), second; Maid of

7--Bella B. (5), 103 n, Monmouth, Harlem, 100 (Slack), third. Time-2:5812.

Park (straight), July 8, 1890.. Oct. 13 (Morris Park).

78-Clifford (4), 127 1, Sheepshead

Bay, Aug. 29, 1894. INCIDENTS OF THE YEAR.

772 fur.-Dunois (5), 105 10, Oakland, Great success of American riders in Cal., Feb. 21, 1899.

.1:324 England and France. Opening of the Em- 1--Salvator (4), 110 m, Monmouth pire City track near Mount Vernon. Tod Park (straight, against time), Sloan's trip from England to accept the Aug. 28, 1890. mount on Ballyhoo Bey in the Futurity. 1-Kildeer (1), 91 IB, Monmouth Retirement of Colonel R. W. Simmons, the Park (straight). Aug. 13, 1892..1:374

ris

1:23%

.1:25%

1:35% 1898 ...

Distance.

Time. rectum, blk. C., by Director; Nashville, 1-Voter (6), 122 1o, Brighton Beach,

Tenn., October 18, 1893, 2:0544. Aged July 17, 1900..

.1:38

horse-The Abbot, b. 8., by Chimes; 1-Orimar (6), 109 , Washington Terre Haute, Ind., September 25, 1900, Park, Chicago, July 21, 1900. .1:38

2:03 14. Fastest stallion--Cresceus, ch. s., 1 20 yds.-Macy (4), 107 h, Wash

by Robert McGregor; Cleveland, Ohio, Ocington Park, Chicago, July 2,

tober 12, 1900, 2:04. To wagon-The Ab1898

.1:40 bot, b. g., by Chimes; Hartford, Conn., 1 20 yds.-Maid Marian (4), 106 10, September 8, 1900, 2:05 42. Double teamWashington Park, Chicago, July

Belle Hamlin, b. m., by Hamlin's Almont, 19, 1893..

.1:40

jr., and Honest George, b. g., by Albert; 1 50 yds.-Floronso (3), 93 10, Wash

Providence, R. I., September 23, 1892, ington Park, Chicago, July 6,

2:1244. Fastest three heats in a race

..1:4242 Alix, b. m., by Patronage; Terre Haute, 1 50 yds.-John Bright (4), 122 no, Ind., August 17, 1894, 2:06, 2:0644, 2:05 44.

Louisville, May 15, 1900. 11:4243 Two miles--Greenlander, blk. s., by 1 70 yds.-Lillian Lee (3), 95 1o, Chi- Princeps; Terre Haute, Ind., November 4,

cago (Harlem), July 31, 1894. .1:43% 1893, 4:32. 11-16 Carnero (5), 107 Ío, Haw

Three miles-Nightingale, ch. m., by thorne Park, Sept. 5, 1899. 1:45 Mambrino King; Nashville, Tenn., Octo14–Watercure (3) 100 Id, Brighton ber 20, 1893, 6:55 12. Beach, June 18, 1900..

.1:51% Four miles-Senator L., b. s., by Dexter 13-16-Boanerges (4), 110 m. Wash- Prince; San Jose, Cal., November 1, 1894, ington Park, Chicago, July 7,

10:12. 1898

.1:58% Five miles-Bishop Hero, r. g., by Bish14-Banquet (3), 108 10, Monmouth

op; Oakland, Cal., October 14, 1893, Park (straight), July 17, 1890...2:03% 12:30 34. 14-Charentus (6), 106 1o, Empire

Ten miles- Pascal, blk. g., by Pascarel; City, Oct. 22, 1900..

.2:04 New-York, November 2, 1893, 26:15. 1 500 yds.-Bend Or (4), 115 1o,

Twenty miles-Captain McGowan, r. g., Saratoga, July 25, 1882.

sire unknown; Boston, Mass., October ži, 12:10%

1865, 58:25. 18–16—Sir John (4), 116 Id, Morris Park, June 9, 1891.

.2:14%

Fifty miles--Ariel, br. m., sire unknown; 1%-Sabine (4), 109 10, Washing

Albany, N. Y., May 5, 1846, 3:55:4012.

One hundred miles--Conqueror, b. g., by ton Park, Chicago, July 6,

Latourette's Bellfounder; Centreville, N. 1894

.2:18% 134-Goodrich (3), 102 1o, Wash

Y., November 12, 1853, 8:56:01. ington Park, Chicago, July 16,

FASTEST PERFORMANCES IN 1900. 1898

.2:3044

One mile: Two-year-old-Priola, b. f., 1%-Hindoocraft (3), 75 Id, Morris

by Prodigal, 2:20 14. Three-year-oldPark, Aug. 27, 1889.

.2:48

Fereno, b. f., by Moko, 2:1084. Four1%-Ethelbert (4), 126 1, Morris

year-old-Boralma, ch. g., by Boreal, 2:08. Park, Oct. 13, 1900.

.2:584 Aged horse—The Abbot, b. g., by Chimes; 17--Julius Cæsar (5), 108 m, New

Terre Haute, Ind., September 25, 1900, Orleans, Feb. 21, 1900... .3:19 2:0344. 2 - Judge Denny (5), 105 I, San Francisco, Feb. 12, 1898. .3:2642

PACING RECORDS. 2 –Ten Broeck (5), 110 m, Louis(against time), May 29,

One mile: Yearling-Belle Acton, b. 1., 1877

.3:2742 by Shadeland Onward; Lyons, Neb., Octo24—Joe Murphy (4), 991., Haw

ber 14, 1892, 2:20 34. Two-year-old-Dithorne Park, Chicago, Aug. 30,

rectly, blk. c., by Direct; Galesburg, Ill.,

.3:42 September 20, 1894, 2:07 34. Three-year24–Ethelbert (4), 124 10, Brighton old-Klatawah, b. c., by Steinway; LouisBeach, Aug. 4, 1900.

.3:49

ville, Ky., September 28, 1898, 2:05 12. 274–Kyrat (3), 88 TO, Newport, Ky., Four-year-old-Online, b. g., by ShadeNov. 18, 1899.

.4:241/2 land Onward; Sioux City, Iowa, October 2%-Ten Broeck (5), 110 lb, Lex

12, 1894, 2:04. Aged horse-Star Pointer, ington, Ky., Sept. 16, 1876. .4:584 | b. s., by Brown Hal; Boston, Mass., Au2%-Hubbard (4), 107 no, Saratoga,

gust 28, 1897, 1:5944. Stallion-Star Point1873.

.4:58% er, b. s., by Brown Hal; Boston, Mass., 3 - Drake Carter (4), 115 1,

August 28, 1897, 1:5944.

three

Fastest Sheepshead Bay, Sept. 6, 1884...3:24

heats in a race-Star Pointer, b. s., by 4 -Lucretia Borgia (4), 85 Ib,

Brown Hal; Boston, Mass., September 18, Oakland, Cal. (against

To wagontime),

1896, 2:02 12, 2:0342, 2:03 34. May 20, 1897..

.7:11

Bumps, b. g., by Baron Wilkes; Lexing4 The Bachelor (aged), 113 , Oak

ton, Ky., October 12, 1899, 2:0344. Double land, Cal., Feb. 22, 1899. .7:1643

team-John R. Gentry, b. s., by Ashland Wilkes, and Robert J., b. g., by Hartford;

Glens Falls, N. Y:, October 7, 1897, 2:08. TROTTING RECORDS.

Two miles-Chehalis, blk. S., by Alta

mont; Salem, Ore., October 7, 1897, 4:1994. One mile: Yearling-Adbell, br. c., by Three miles-Joe Jefferson, br. s., by Advertiser; San Jose, Cal., September 27, Thomas Jefferson; Knoxville, Iowa, No1894, 2:23. Two-year-old-Arion, b. c., vember 6, 1891, 7:33 14. by Electioneer; Stockton, Cal., November Four miles-Joe Jefferson, br. S., by 10, 1891, 2:10%. Three-year-old--Fantasy, Thomas Jefferson; Knoxville, Iowa, Nob. f., by Chimes; Nashville, Tenn., Octo- vember 13, 1891, 10:10. ber 17, 1893, 2:0894. Four-year-old-Di- Five miles--Lady St. Clair, b. m., by

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St. Clair; San Francisco, Cal., December their get: Lorenzo Hamlin, Perquisite, The 11, 1874, 12:54 34.

Beau Ideal, The Marvel, Dreamer. FASTEST PERFORMANCES IN 1900.

SPECIAL PRIZES. One mile: Two-year-old-Alice Mapes, Prize ($500) offered by W. C. Whitney b. f., by Oratorio, 2:1494. Three-year-old for stallion suitable for getting carriage -The Hero, b. c., by Barada, 2:14 12. horses-Won by Burlington. Four-year-old-Bonnie Direct, blk. C., by The Speedway Cup, offered by Dr. H. Direct, 2:0544. Aged horse-Prince Alert, Kane, for best trotter-Won by Lucille. b. g., by Crown Prince, 2:02. Stallion Speedway Cup, offered by Michael eid, Frank Bogash, br. s., by Atlantic King, for best pacer-Won by Sunland. 2:03 %4.

For the best driving teams, four-in

hand, prize ($500) offered by James H. WINNERS ENGLISH DERBY.

Hyde-Won by Morris K. Howlett.

Horses suitable for chargers—Kenmore. 1867, Hermit; 1868, Blue Gown; 1869, Horses suitable for cavalry service Pretender; 1870, Kingcroft; 1871, Favonius; Kalpa. 1872, Cremorne; 1873,. Doncaster; 1874, Challenge Cup ($500)—Lord Brilliant. George Frederick; 1875, Galopin; 1876, Breeders' Challenge Cup-Black Venus. Kisber; 1877, Silvio; 1878, Sefton; 1879, Sir Bevys; 1880, Ben d'Or 1881, ' Iroquois; WINNINGS OF LEADING EXHIBITORS.

1sts. 2ds. 3ds. Amt. 1882, Shotover; 1883, Blaise; 1884, St. Gatian-Harvester; 1885, Melton; 1886, Or

Frederick C. Stevens....10

7 $1,940

8

Joseph E. Widener.. monde; 1887, Hampton; 1888, Ayrshire; 1889, Donovan; 1890, Sainfoin; 1891, Com

C. J. & Harry Hamlin.. 4

1,450 H. C. Hoskier.

5 mon; 1892, Sir Hugo; 1893, Isinglass; 1894,

1,400 Eben D. Jordan.

6 Ladas; 1895, Sir Visto; 1896, Persimmon;

1,245 4

1,080 1897, Galtee More; 1898, Jeddah; 1899, Fly- Thomas W. Lawson. ing Fox; 1900, Diamond Jubilee.

James W. Cooke..
Frank Jay Gould..

Gedney Farm
HORSE SHOW WINNERS. Albert C. Bostwick.

835 Winners in various classes at Horse Lemuel Hitchcock..

810 Show, Madison Square Garden, November Frederick G. Bourne...

640 19 to 24:

John S. Bratton.

630 Cab horses and hansom cabs-Russell. Harry T. Peters.

625 Carriage horses-Moscow, Gabrael, Rich- Thomas L. Watt..

590 mond.

Strauss & Hexter..

685 Horses, carriages and appointments-Gerkendale Farm..

560 Glorious Douglas, His Grace Glory, Milady Hart Bros...,

625 Glory, Lord Chesterfield, Busnel.

Fashion Coach Horse Co.

510 Four-in-hand Candidate, President, Morris E. Howlett......

800 Eastern Star and Northern Star; Tribesman, Spearsman, Arrowman and Tribesmaid; Fashion Coach Horse Company; RESULTS OF POLO GAMES, 1900. Good Times Coach; Brandon, Belmar, Herbert Trophies (revived this year) Toxwood and Lady Belle Sprague.

Lakewood, April 21, 25, 26 and 28:
French coach horses-Imported Tororan.
Hackneys-Kathleen II, Victoria

Winners. Goals. Losers.
III,

Goals. 1H.A. Flora B., Evangeline, Fandango, Prince

Lakewood 3d. 714 Rockaway

Lakewood 2d. 794 Philadelphia 5 Crompton, Victoria, Fashion.

W 5 Harness horses-Chesterfield and Chal

Lakewood 3ď. 044 Staten Island. 3142 L 3 lenger, Lord Brilliant and Lord Golden,

Lakewood 30.11 Lakewood 2d. 444 E Sampson, Melrose, Lady Algy, Burling- Georgian Court Cups (new this year, ham, Fleetwood and Melrose, Lord Golden, presented by Mrs. George J. Gould)Gabrael.

Lakewood, May 1, 2. 3 and 5: Horses suitable to become hunters-Rockaway....11 Philadelphia

712 W 5 Janney, Curfew Belle.

Lakewood 1st. 124 Devon

1242 W 5 High jump-Chappie.

Rockaway....11 Lakewood 3d. 542 L 2 Hunters—Buck, Curfew Bell, Fox, Dum- Lakewood 1st. 9 Rockaway

744 L 6 norix Dragoon, Chappie, Hornpipe, Quorn,

Westchester Cups—Westchester, May 14; Heatherbloom.

Rockaway 1st. 1814 Westchester
Richmond,

742 L 4 Jumping

Eagle Plume, Heatherbloom.

Country Club Cup (offered for many years; 1899,

won Polo ponies-Jay Gould, Chunk.

by Philadelphia 20)Pony stallions and brood mares-Glaďys,

Westchester, May 16, 17 and 21: Dilham Prime Minister, Gowan Belle, To

Lakewood.....1194 M'dow B'k 2d 8% L2 ronto, Eclipse, Kelpie.

Rockaway...

.2134 Westch'ter 2d 73L 4 Ponies in harness-Glorious Bonnie,

Rockaway.... 714 Lakewood 64 E Queenie, Ruby, Nanine and Sly Dance,

Hempstead Cups (offered for several Jack, Jessie.

years; 1899, won by Meadow Brook 2d)— Ponies under saddle-Beauty, Sly Dance, Meadow Brook, May 24 and 28: imported Woman in Black, Kitty.

Rockaway.
.15 M'dow B'k 2d 9

L 5 Roadsters-Miantha, Altamont.

Rockaway.. 7 L'k'w'd (mxd) 5% W 1 Saddle horses-Dowager, Edna West,

Meadow Brook Cups Paladin, Lady Leona, Lady Constance.

(offered several

years; 1899, won by Westchester-Newport) Tandems--Burlingham and Sandring- -Meadow Brook, May 31 and June 2: ham, Elegance II and Hurrah, Sampson M'dow B'k 1st. 734 Lakewood ... and Sigsbee.

34 L 1

M'dow B'k 1st. 11 Thoroughbreds-Applegate.

Rock away

.. 7% L6 Trotters-Baron Born, Dare Devil, with

Valentine Cups (1897, won by Rockaway 2d; 1898, won by Philadelphia c. C.; 1899,

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won by Devon)-Devon, Penn., June 4, 5 Winners. Goals. Losers. Goals. 1H.A. and 13:

Westchester..1242 Point Judith... 842 L 2 Winners. Goals. Losers. Goals. 1H.A. P. Freeb'ters..16 Dedham

8 W 2 Philad'a 20...11 P. Freebooters 442 W 3 Westchester..19 P. Freebooters. 8 W 4 Devon........ 912 Lakewood ... 4 E Point Judith Cups (1899, won by West

..16 Philad'a 20..1542 L 11 chester-Newport)—Point Judith, August Alden Cups-Devon, Penn., June 7, 8, 13 and 15: 9 and 11:

Myopia .......10 P. Freebooters 6%
Devon. ......
972 Lakewood
Myopia.......16 Dedham

644 Rockaway...

..1534 Philad'a 20.. 472 L 5 Newport Cups (1899, won by Devon)Devon........10 Philad'a 1st.. 9 L 7 Newport, August 18: Devon.

....1042 Rockaway ... 894 L 7 Point Judith.. 9 Monmouth 8 E Philadelphia Country Club Cups-Bala, Westchester Polo Club Cups (1899, won Penn., June 12, 14 and 16:

by Westchester)-Newport, August 22, 23 Philad'a 1st..16 P. Freebooters 9 L 5 and 25: Rockaway.... 934 Lakewood 4 W 1 Myopia.

P. F'b't's, dflt. Philad'a 1st.. 834 Rockaway

6 E Westchester.. 9 Point Judith... 5 W 2 Morrell Challenge Cup (1896, won by

Westchester..14 Myopia .......12 W 9 Rockaway 1st; 1897 and 1898, Philadelphia (new, 1900)-Newport, August 27 and 29:

Westchester Polo

Club Special Cups C. C.; 1899, Devon)-Bala, Penn., June 19, 20, 21 and 23:

Myopia.......16 Westchester 6 Philad'a ist..1334 Lakewood 9% E

Myopia.......12 Point Judith.. 534 Rockaway....20 P. Freeboot's.113 L 5 Myopia Handicap Cups (1899, won by Philad'a 1st..1642 Devon

7 W 7 Buffalo)-Hamilton, Mass.: Rockaway....10 Philad" a 1st.. 7 E Point Judith..20 Myopia 30....1294 2L 11

Dedham 20....10 Junior championship, Warren Cup (new,

Myopia 2d.... 434 W 1

Dedham 2d.... 8 1900)—Brooklyn, N. Y., June 25 and 27:

Point Judith.. 734 W 2 Philad'a 1st..1412 M'dów B'k 2d 312

Myopia Polo Club Cups (1899, won by Philad'a 1st.. 9 Rockaway ... 314

Westchester)-Hamilton, Mass., September

4, 5 and 8: Championship, Waldorf-Astoria Trophy

Dedham 20...17 (1895, won by Myopia; 1896, Rockaway;

Myopia 20...1334 L 12 1897 and 1898, Meadow Brook; 1899, West- Myopia 1st.... 18 Point Judith.1144 L 7 chester-Newport, by default)-Brooklyn,

Myopia 1st....12 Dedham 1st.. 834 L 1 June 26, 28 and 29 and July 2 and 5:

Junior Polo Cups_(Hazard) (1899, won Dedham ...... 9 Myopia

by Rockaway 1st)-Rockaway, September Westch'r 1st..12 Devon

4%

8 and 12: Phila'a 1st... 21/2

Blues.

9 M'dow Brook. 7

Whites

0 E Dedham...... 5 Meadow B'k.. 244

Blues...

3
Whites

112 L 1 Dedham. Westchester . 6

Karlstein Cups (1899, won by Myopia Blizzard Cups (offered several years;

20)—Dedham, Mass., September 13 and 17:

Point Judith..16 Dedham 2d.. 634 L 2 1899, won by Meadow Brook 20)-Rock

Point Judith.. 9 Myopia 2d... 7 E away, June 30, July 3, 6, 11 and 13:

Dedham Polo Cups (1899, won by DedR'way, jr., C. 4 R'way, jr., B. 342 W 1 Lakewood....- Penn. 2d, dflt.

ham 1st)-Dedham, Mass., September 15

and 19:
Staten Island, P. F'b't's, dfit.
Lakewood... 13 Rockaway C...12 L 8

Dedham......13% Point Judith.1112 L 7
Myopia.......13 Dedham

....10 Rockaway A..1444 Staten Island.. 812 L 6

E

Buffalo Challenge Cup-Buffalo, N. Y., Gould Cup (special)-Rockaway, July 4: Rockaway....10% Lakewood .... 312 W 2

September 21 and 24: Cedarhurst Cups (offered many years;

Buffalo 1st.... 672 Ontwentsia. 6 W 2

Buffalo 2d.... 1112 Buffalo 1st... 5 L 3 1899. won by Devon)-Rockaway, July 7, 9, 10, 12 and 14:

Chatfield Taylor Cup (new, 1900)-Sep

tember 28: Phila. 1st.....1342 M'dow B'k 2d.. 442 W 2 W'chester 1st.1544 Devon

..12 L 6

Buffalo 1st....1512 Buffalo 20...1144 L 7 Rockaway.... P. Freebooters

Somerset Polo Cup (1899, won by Staten Phila. 1st.....16% Wchester 1st.1144 W 13

Island)-Bernardsville, N. J., September

28: Phila. 1st.....13 Rockaway 1st. 642 E

Lakewood....1312 Somerset .12 L 8 * Ladies' Cups (1899, won by Meadow

Staten Island Club Cups (1899, won by Brook 1st)-Rockaway, July 19: Westchester...1634 Rockaway 442

Rockaway)-West Brighton, October 3:

Rockaway....12 Staten Island. 1114 L 5 (Rockaway team withdrew third period.) Saratoga Polo Club Cups (new, 1900)

Lake County Cup-Lake Forest, Ill., Oc

tober 4 and 6: Saratoga, July 23 and 25: Saratoga......

Onwentsia 1st.13 7

Onwentsia 20.10 L 4 9 Philadelphia W 9 Westchester..1642 Saratoga

Onwentsia 1st.13 St. Louis.... 6 W 1 ..1344 L 10

Onwentsia Challenge Cup-Lake Forest, Sanford Cups (new, 1900)—Saratoga: Ill., October 8 and 11: Vestchester..1244 P. Freebooters. 8 L 3

Onwentsia 1st.13 Onwentsia 2d. 6 L 2 Rhode Island Cups (1899, won by Ded

Onwentsia 1st. 9 St. Louis.... 6 W 1 iam 20)-Point Judith, July 31, August 1 Lakewood Cups (new, 1900)-Lakewood, ind 3:

October 13 and 16: Vedham 2d....1044 P. Freebooters 9 W 5 Lakewood.... 9 P. Freebooters 814 W 5 Nestchester..11 Point Judith.. 334 L 3 Lakewood.... 942 Rockaway 3 Nestchester..15% Dedham 2d....101/4 L 1 Ocean County Cups (new, 1900)-Lake

Special Cups (new, 1900)-Point Judith, wood, October 15, 18 and 19: lugust 4:

Somerset....,1334 Great Neck... 5 L 1 Point Judith..1294 P. Freebooters. 842 W 4 Somerset..... 812 Westch'ter 2d. 8 E

Narragansett Cups (1899, won by Ded- Lakewood....14 1/2 Somerset .....10 L 6 tam 1st)-August 6, 7, 8 and 11:

1Handicap allowance. 2Only three pe?. Freeb'ters..1294 Myopia

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