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rilB MORNING ASTOKUK. Km HAT. OCTOBBK B, )8M.
THE YACHT RACE
IS AGAIN A FLUKE
Drifting Match Almost From the Start and
Neither Boat Could Reach Line In
side of Time Limit.
favorit. Now even motiy U prevall
Inc, and not much U offered at that
David Barrie. sir Thomas Upton's
New York tvpreswntatlv. and a Bos
ton iu nanwd Hodges bet U50 awn.
torn O'Rourk managed to get a thou.
Mod dollar! to tWS, Otwr b4 of jjoo
q was mad at th Ollsey house.'
Parker and his ability Id all a racing-
ESTIMATED ABILITIES OF TWO BOATS
"Art you not mlstskenr Inquired th w-foot yacht will have a ronslderabl
reporter. I bearing tr, outcome of tin trt of
"Mistaken? Well, I guru not. n races Mim the Columbia and the
Is an Itchen ferryman and th beet ' Shamrock.
raring sVtppcr in all Kngland. except,
perhaps, hit brother. I have known
D0N7 LIKE AWARD.
him all my Ufa, and I know ther. la
"" w" sioca vcoange! held th Kick.
It wa. report. that 11.000 to t and Captain Parker at .hit moment cam.'
H.W. to on th Columbia and U00 alongald the Krln In a launch, the'
M" h'a be,n pUct I occupant! of which were captain 1
,M Prramn opinion waa that Wring aad Captain Hogarth and Sail
the Columbia would win th aerie but maker Rtsey.
test Between Elephant inj Ant.
But Will Make Best of U.
unleM a better trial than TuaadavV
and Thurtday'a la given, wafer will be
At th New York Yacht Club the bur
den of conrrreatloo waa flattering to
Captain Hogarth, of th Shamrock. It
waa declared he had handled th chat
lengtr admirably, getting all that waa
poMlbl out of th Auk In the wtnda.
s-i a vvffi a xt n i nr s-tvt -- k .
NEW YORK. Oct 5. Anin todav th sm refused tbe Sham. I ATI Alii rAKMK o ALU II L
rock aud Columbia a field of conflict: train todav the multitude
which went over to witch the contestant for the yachtine cham-!"1'" kM ,Ile riPltIa of
la Lljht Weitter Conditions Coloctla Is Superior (a lannisf tad
Rucblfi VYhHe Brltisncr Is Slljttly Better la Bextloc
Were Reirly Even it tbe Start.
pionship of the world, returned disappointed and not a little disgus
ted. 4 The question ot supremacy of the two great yachts is still as
much open to question as before they first met, as the contest Unlay
was in some respects more of a fluke than that of Tuesday.
Shamrock la Wednesday, Race.
YORK. Oct S.-The World
iieuo, rarker." sang out a' man who
had known him for eeveral year, and
the tronsed face, with It well-trimmed
dark mustache, waa upturned 4o th
rail of th Me teamer as he nodded a
good day to the man above him.
Lter in th afternoon, Mr. Hamilton,
the navigator of th Shamrock, who
ailed on the Irish boat, waa asked Just
how long Captain Parker had pllot.d
the yacht during h race.
rarkett Parker!" he aald; "we have
no Parker on board. I don"t know
PARTS, Oct. 8.-t,.nor nJas, the
Venesuelan agent here. In the c ar?
of an Interview. said:
I "The award was not what I hod,
but we must make the bout f it.
hl can you expect in a contest N.
tween an elephant aud an aitlf One
thing will result from It America will
accept no nnx trituration with Eu
rope. You will e Atuerva lay down a
freah Internatl.tnal code, which ah will
apply to th old world whether the
latler like It or not. The Svuta Anier-
ilraa mux. ImljUn Rraail. will rally
him. Uy. Harrta" h called to Sir "n unJ ,n 1 "" r,'r ,n pur
Yhomaa Uptoi,-. reprtentaUv. -who RfUng an economic union.
we anaii try to establish a monetary
DEWEY SUPPORTS THE
POLICY OF M'KINLEY
There Will Be no Faltering In Maintaining
the Victory Won by the Admiral
0URS0VERE1GNTYMUST BE RECOGNIZED
Forraljatle Re-eaforcemeot of Navil Forces Will te Dispatched
Iramedlitely-Dewey Favors Permanent Control
of the PUIIIpplne islands.
Captain Ben Parker, th Oerman em.
It waa a drifting match from th terms, tbe Shamrock perhap half aVroi racing skipper, who haa bee.
et to tha Knlih Tk 1ia rml lelUtb ahead, but SO closst was th 1 a.L.M .v. . . . I
- - - j - ic-. in am qmpacKj o an au
la Captain Parker? I dont know him
y have no Captain
board." replied Nr. Barrie.
her do you mean?"
"I mean th gnl)eman
th line with a breeae ot Bv knots,
aad th wind never blew nor than
six knots, moat of th tla. less than
Car, and a part of th time not a
raath of air waa stirring.
After sailing four hoars and forty
minutes, th yachts having covered,
Columbia that Captain Barr could hare dltlonai captain on the Shamrock, was' ,ontld ,hort ,lm
union on the basts of the gld standard
The projects need not Imply a hos
tile attitude toward Europe, but It must
be borne In mind that Europe stands in
much grraer ierd of us than w of
mrows a oiscuit to us roretgner. greatly In evidenc on th Irish cup
Th only lesson learned by nautical hunter Wednesday. Hla advice to Cap
sharp, from today trials of th ablU- tain Wring, who held the tiller of the
tie of th two boats 1 that In Uhtjy,cht nearly ail day Tuesday, asrist.4
weather eondlUooa th Columbia Is .u- mawrlAl,y ,n .m, u,e challenrr
perlor in running and reaching and the meii p wtth the Columbia.
Shamrock is slightly better In beating. CftDtAln tw.... -. on ..n
nly U miles oC th course to th outer There has as yet been no Indication New Tark but ,0 the tha
mark, the regara committee declared or either boat can do in a plp-
the race off, as it was manifestly Ira
osclble with the breese then Mowing
for the boats to round the stake boat
before th time limit expired, much less
to get back home again.
While the wind was astern, the Col
sjnbla steadily outfooted her rival on
Ill she was fully half a mile ahead,
but In th shifting, baffling winds that
followed during the last three hours,
with th great single stickers tacking
and beating and gybing to catch every
streak of wind, with fortune helping
so about as much as the other,
In, wholesome breese.
BETTING XOW EVEN
I'oIumbiVs Champions More Caution
Than at the Beginning
he sailed under an assumed name, th
unknown "Captain J one of Southamp
ton." managed to arrive in port and
launch with Captains Hoaarth
Wring and Mr. ltaisey."
"Oh. yes.- broke In Mr. Hamilton.
"That Is Captain Jones. His name It
After some more enclng, Mr. Ham
ilton admitted that the myaUrlous
Captain Jones was a close friend of
both Captains Hogarth and YYringe,
and concluded by saying. "I don"t
doubt that he might not have glvn
get safely aboard tbe Shamrock with-1 aome advlc to Captain Wrlnge as to
out being Interviewed. During a con-j 'nas t A but I can assure you that
versaUon on board the Erin, one of the B1 "ver touched the tiller at all dur
oflicers of the yacht said that Captain! lb race."
i nu.aria um nw iouco me uiier 01 me '.aptjiln I'arker, as the sullor who ar
I Shamrock during the rac. rived In th liner New York unJoubt-
j "What did he do thenr was asked, edly Is, was biuy all the morning g,v.
"Why. he Just attended to the alls. In Instructions here and there on the
STEAM EK TEKOA LUST
CHICAGO, (Kt. A. A apeciul to tlio Tinus Herald from Wash
ington aava Admiral Dty lias fivru hi itnqtislirird spprornl
of the declaration niitdtt hy the president yt'trdsy thut there shall
be no faltering in maintaining the victory won by him at Manilla bay.
He has gone further and urgently rtvouiniended that the nsvnl force
in the Philippines Ik materially increased and that all the treojs
possible be utilized in order to crush the rebellion. This developed
during an amended conference between the pit nidenl and Admiral
the ' fscht club,
Shamrock gradually worked her way , was not brisk yesterday.
and did R well. too. It waa Bob deck of the Shammek
Jfc.v YORK, Oct. 5. Outside of the: Wrirge. as clever a man as ever step- He suggested stretching the
stock exchange and the New Tork
betting on the yacht race
Ship Arctic Strum Reports the Res
cue of Hurt of the I rew B)
SANTA MONICA. Cat.. Oct. S.-Cap-lain
Bown, of th ship Arctic Stream,
from Hamburg, reports that on August
11. while off Staten Uland. near th
Straits of Magellan, he saw the Urttlsh
hip GlnTird take men from an cpen
boat. By signaling, he learned from
the U!TrJ that ah had rvtcued flv
members of the crew of the British
steamer Tele. which had been
wrecked on Stat-n Inland several day on the Asiatic station It will be prao-
The Tekoa had ben on a paarage
Concerning this conference Acting
becrstary Allen said;
"Th president bad an extended con
ference with Admiral Dewey today,
who earnestly recommended that the
llrookln and som other vessels be
sent at once to the Philippines.
Officially this s all lhl Jj said con
cerning th interview. Ther Is good
authcrlly. how.ver. for the statement
that In making his recommendations
Almlrsl Dewey supported thm with
Believing with th president that a
vigorous policy should be pursued In
suppressing th Insurrection, he Is of
th opinion that by Increasing th force
gents of the Intention to oompel their
recognition of th sovereignty of th
t'nlted State. I'ndoubted th admiral
further considered lb effect of th
presence of such a formidable squad
ron upon the world at large, though,
perhaps Ihi admlrsJ did not advans
this as a reason for Increasing th em.
manj and ther Is osrtaiuly nothlnf
In the Inlernatlimal arwia to IndtaatS
that any nattm contemplate recog
nising the belligerency of AgulnaJ.lo's
In addition to thre vessels d.slgnat
Kt. ewal other Vessels will go.
The New Orleans, attached to th
North Atlantic squadron; th Albany,
her sister ship, neaiing completion In
main- from New Zealand to Londun with a
ped aboard a euttr, that managed to( sail here and Owre. critically examlm-d number of passengers and . lr c-n-
gt away witn tne start, and right the of th topsail and discussed ,nm.t of ivf rig -rated be. f.
i- - - mi.u uiKunrg . siirnm.nu or rrnr -raieii ne.-r. The res-
Th fluke, nicely he accomplished It. too. After the detail, with Mr. Rataey. who waa'ci-t t,n..v .., ...
tm, UDtn. when th rac was declared mad- a radical change In the situation.! that Hob gave up the stick to Captcln standing with Mm on deck. the r.n.-nrm or ,ih e. ,n .h.
off, the two boats were about on even Hitherto the Columbia has been a hot Ben, and he took th boat all orr the Km a matter of fact, Captain B n
tlcalleto foroatrlcfrbl.kaWandlEn,ln',: ,h M',n,x-rr- ln rh",
prevent supplies and munltl.ms of war' hl, h A ,",lr1 rvwv'r u "
from reaching the Insurgents. I lhV' "n1 ,h ''"n'"'' no''
n.-.,!.. . ... I I"ligo water, may b
. ..t... . niuiw Tifr-( ii inv pres
ence of such a formidable force as will
b attached to th Asiatic station when
the vessels sent reach ther will be
undoubtedly to convince the Ineur-'
There are als- available fur servls la
the I hlllpplnea, sh xild U be dolled to
end thim, the Atlanilc, which has been
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