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Til IVIIfllfO W01LD, IATUDAT, JULY 11, 1911.
NEWS OF ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT
TO CLAIM TITLE
DIAGRAMS SHOWING WONDERFUL ADVANCEMENT IN ATHLETICS SINCE 1896
SMITH BEAT M'NAMARA
IN FIRST GOLF MATCH
AT NEW ROCHELLE
Copyright, 1911, by the Prefi Publishing Co. (The New York World).
CO LlU mni
Noted Professional FtaKIicd
First Round With ;i ,
Score of 71. . J,
Olympic Meet Illustrates the
Wonderful Progress In Mod
OwnfcM. 1915. tj Th. I'rm PuUUklii Co.
ITb N. York WotlJ).
Tins advancement In modern ath
letlci can be followed br the
records made In the Olympic
meet. 80 wonderful have been the rec
ord performance during the paet few
years that we are beginning to wonder
what the llmlti of human strength and
The flrat renewal of tho Olympic
Qames, held In Athena, 18M, oomprlstd
aly a few event. The programme
Well with each tucceedlng meet, ao
ecdlng to the fancle of the natloni
holding the game.
But compare modern performance
With tho at Athene only sixteen
1W aiiu ma.
AUwtn rword. BteekWai rtcord.
. 12 wccnd. 10 3-2.
. 54 1-J. ill.
8m. II. to. It 0.10.
lASO-ax Lr. nut. , ,4m. 33 1-6. , , .tm. M 4-4.
iv-BMra nurdlti.ll 3-6.., 16 MO.
mlJuu Mtum In., .14 ft. 111.
ttlP 5 ft. 11(4 la. OIL 4 In.
feUnutt 10 It. .. .Wit. 11 3-5 U.
aotjxU..., 30 fl. 2 In..... W It. 4 I.
I. throw M tU 7H In.. .US 11. lrt la.
fICKLiANDEH, the gigantic Sinn.
who put the shot U feet 11V4
Inch with hi right hand and
was beaten out by Iloee and McDonald
shs two handed shot putting by only
tew Inchu, N look like a coming
world' champion' and record holder.
Hose vnd McDonald have both had
tke benefit of competition for years
ejaieag the- beet shot putter In the"
Man try. Titer have competed arelnit
M other, lit llnlMd shot putting 1
a, jew sport Nlcklender snust have
Sicked ud the fine nolnta of the cams
without much comjt'.itlon or chance to
team by watching ibe work of mora
THE Javelin throwing of the fin
Blsh champion, too, 1 Absolutely
f marvellous according to our
Stands rda. No American smleU hai
vrr thought of such a thing as hurling
tke spear over 300 feet.
TltB Finns show up again In their
runner, Kohlemalnen. At first he
was spoken of ae a distance run
Mr, then as a middle dlitsncn runner,
Mid bow that he ha competed In v
ral fllHerent race we are forced to
cemeede that he Is without doubt the
treatsst all-around runner the world
' has known since the Invention of spiked
kosa and stop watches. He's a marvel.
Out day he runs Bonhag, Tel Ilerna,
cstt, Kramer and our long dletance
ea off their feet In 10.000 metre. Then
a runs away with the S.0W metres. And
tier that he breeses pait Klvlat, Bern.
. etttnd Taber In a I.0W metrs relay
tee. He seems 'to be able to bring out
ssed enough for the ahorier dlstanoes.
And to carry Us speed along mile after
site. I' don't, doubt that he could
- secieilie on the Marathon race and win
ANOTIfBlt runner as great a the
wonderful Finn over ehorter dli-
tsnoes Is the nlneton-ytar-old
kfercersburg schoolboy. Meredith. Amir
, los, cmn be proud 'of this boy. Already
ks la a of the greateet runners. U not
tks greatest. ,wr ever known. No
tslksg what wonders he'll acomplleh
with a little more esperlenoe and train
lag and competition ana natural de
'.Meredith's performance In the (00
metres, 'where ho broke the 800 metre
record ad esntlnulng smashed the half
mile record, too, might have given htm
enough glory. But he has gone right
sJosg, winning lfls heat In the 400 metre
ta second flat, establishing a new
world's record for that evont. too,
geh speed Jn a schoolboy I phenom
enal. Teeura ago It would have been con
sidered an ImposdblUty for a schoolboy
to compote against seaioned chmplons
Ilk Bheppard. Meredith personlfle the
BW American athlete tho American
sskeolboy trained to athletic from th
graatunar grades up. No wonder poor
old England, with only on or two
events to be proud of, looks our way
sad begins to wonder what has become
of fcngUsh "speed and pluck," and talk
of sending her coaches and trainers to
youag America to learn.
$ VtfgN in the Jump, where a bunch
OT American clear?, kbov tlx
,m set In the trials, snd In the
pole vault, where half a dasea soared
over height that would have counted
aa world's records a year or two ago!
Wkat Is It that makes these records
Jumpt Are men better than they unJ
to be, or are they better coached and
better trained! And the broad jump,
where Qutterson came wlhln a small
fraction of an Inch or a world's record
Ob bis first Jump-there' Knottier great
performance. The college men have
' shown up best of all In this Olympic
meet. A college lesm could have swept
the trsck at Stockholm and carried off
saaay event in. the Infield. The glsnt
weight throwers are the only club men
needed for the team Weight throwers
graw trigger and better year sfter year,
and are the Iqnj.-ct llvod (In competl
at aturm 6 . . Baocock, i9a - fc ';
ATKtMb ife ftTccxwocrA tog, y B IL II flffPiB 11 '
Tue .oo OA.U I -s " HIR Sr
, : : of- S. 9SJ nn 4 '
Cv . Durkc Qam tw LtPPtNcorr . I i9 v. fivt;ifK
RUNM,M'b UMP 'r u jf fl'
t. Strong for Olympic
Marathon With 13 Runners
Mike Ryan Is Picked to Win
Big Classic for
rw-ilIK Clasalo event of the Olymplo
I games at Stockholm the hletorlo
llaratfcoti. will fee run to-morrow,
Among the athletes of Amaiioa as well
as those now la Sweden this is re
garded as ths one big race of the meet.
The Americans bars an excellent
chance of capturing this prise, and it
they do all the dleappointsnsnt over
losing the l,E00-meter rscs to Kngland
will be wiped out. It's certain that tna
United Btates will have eleven entries.
and possibly thirteen.
The favorite for the classic Mara
thon is Mlka Ryan, the American who
nun the lloston Marathon and other
long distance races In this country.
Hymi Is being carefully groomed, and
Trainer Murphy thinks he will win.
Murnliv 1 alto very sweet on Harry
Bmlth for this race, and he has watched
the practice runs will; mora than ordi
Elabornto arangemcnts have neen
mrtn rnr caring for the athletes as
they co over the heartbreaking twenty-
atx miles, and It ts certsln thst no man
will suffer for Isck of attention, ran
DODGERS HOT AFTER
THE SECOND GAME
After Winning the First Con
test Brooklyn Started Knetz
" er in the Second.
Umpires Klein and Uuh.
FOIICB8 FIKUD, I1TTSBUHG1I,
ra., July Is. Nap Itucker, by hli
pitching and battlnK. dafeiited Pit tr
burth this afternoon by a cor of t
to 1 before 12,000 fans. The south
paw had everything and had the l'l-
ratc at his mercy and had not North
ern made a bad play on Donlln' fly
to centre that gave tne ez-utant a
trlpla no run would have reiultei
from th twirling of nuoker, and his
work dastrved a shutout
Desldes his pitching, his batting alone
dfeald the local as hs crossed th
piste on hit dcuble and sent O. Miner
home with the econd run.
inttsburgb wa first to snore In the
third, Carey douMtny, and crossed the
ulate when Donlln hit hi doubtful trtpl.
Flrt Inning-Carey nmde a great
catch of Daly' liner after a hard run.
Norther" walked. Smith hit to Wagner,
who tosard Narthen out at second, tvlc
Carthy completed the double play easily,
nalllntr Kmlth at nrst. no hu.ns.
Knetzer dltposnl of MclCechnle at
rim. f.r.v was retired bv Daubart.
unlted. Donlln doubled down right
Held line. Donlln came home on Wag.
ners double to right Wagner was
caught trying to purloin third, Erwln to
Smith. ONH IWN.
eAiBa.aasl T I I SS TXakSlaVaA J.Aa mw, BBaaTa
gfWUtl VseJsn9 aWaJwVwl lUSIf eVWWWB
les of Amerlcsn athletes will be sta
tioned along ths route st Intervals of
four or five miles ready to revive any
athlete who shows signs of collapsing.
Another Amerloaa who has an excel
lent chanoe or winning the 1U Mara
thon ll John Bcott, who won ths Modi
fled Marathon In Now Tork last spring.
For ths first Urns a college' runner will
attempt to capture ths Marathon prise.
Ha la Jokn J. Gallagher of Tale. Tb
foreigners concede him to be a con
tender. The Americans have not forgotten the
capture of the London Marathon by
Johnny Hayes and the almost tragic
Anlsh of that racs when Dorando col
lapsed and waa carried over the finish
line. Dorando wss later disqualified and
the victory awarded to Hayes. To be
sura that no technicality arises thlt
time, the American representatives have
conferred with the Arrangements Com
mittee to see that no runner, still In ths
racs. Is given outstda assistance.
If the Americans win this event they
will feel their triumph has been com
plete. The full list of entries I aa follow:
Olarsaos M. S Mar, worth Oorches.
A. 0. Joseph Torshaw Jr., St. I,ouis)
A. d Joseph oFrahaw JrM at. bonis;
John J. OeJlagksr Jr, Tale tTalvsrsltyi
Thomas X. XdUsy, Boston A. A, I mish.
ard T. Kggott, Boston A. a. John J.
Bsyaolds, Irish. American A. c.i Mich
ael J. Byaa, trlsh-Ameriean A." O.I An.
drsw ookalsxls, Oldtown, Ms., and
Zrtols Tswaatma, Oarllals Indian
ekooli Mart anUth and boots Boots.
P.O. A. K.
Caiey, If. ...
Donlln, rf. ...
AVagner, an. .
J. Miller, lb.
Wolson, cf. ,
Olbson, c. .,
Camnlts, p. .
7 n u
It IB. P.O. A. 15.
13 10 0
Nnrthen, rf 0
Bmlth, lb o
Deubeit. lb o
Toolety, ss ..
O. Miller, o
Ruckcr, p ....
4 10 15
Two-llaie Hlt(M(ran, Curey, Jtucker.
O. Miller. Uhreo-Uaae Hit Donlln.
II lt-Off Camnlts, I In I Innings; off
JloMnnon. 1 In 1 Inning. Sacrifice lilts
Carey, Daly, Donlln. Kacririce Fly
Northern Double plays-Carey to Wa
ntr; Hummell to Tooly, First Dae on
rtalhi-Off Camnlts Otummell), struck
Out-Jly Camnlts. Tooley; by Rucker,
Wagner, Wllaon, McKeo.hnle, J. Miller.
lilt by Pitcher By Rucker. Carey.
Time, 1J1. Umpires Klant and Rush.
ones. Cutshaw was thrown out by
Wagner, and Daubert went dawn try
ing to take third on the nluy. illllrr
to MnlCwhnle. Wasmer tossed llurnrael
out at first. NO RUN6.
YOUNG BALL PLAYER SHOT
IN HEEL AFTER. HOME RUN.
Nine-year-old Ttsymondo De I.uela of
No, 75 Tlaxter street star Player of the
I.HIe aiante of Columbua Park, will not
be sbl to make another home run for
mm team .or .n. aay. io come. Ae
iv.rr.onao was running acro.s Ui. street Mathswson, who doesn't pitch on fiun
from Columbus 1'srk to Franklin ave- rta.. supplanted Rube Marquard as Kh
nue to-day for a drink of water, fol- day's pitcher for th Giants, lie was
lowing a aensatlonal steal of two ba opposed by Joe Willis, the big south
and scoring a home run. ha wa. h paw, The Olants cripples protested
m ha neet wiui a revolver fired by
Uruno Paasano, twenty years old, of
No, a John avenue, Brldgefleld, Mass.
?2yAiu 'i-".'-. .? gamMI
, m t
Rivers to Claim Title
If Ad Wolgast Doesn 't
Sign Within 48 Hours
Mexican's Manager Says He
Doesn't Believe Champion's
Hand Is Broken.
(pxM to Ta Erasing WeiM.)
Los Angeles, July U.
rE LBVT, manager for Jos Rlvsra.
announced to-day that If Ad Wol
gast did not sign articles for an
other fight with Jllvers within forty-
elgkt hours he would claim ths cham
pionship and defend the title against
'I don't believe that Wolgaet's hand
Is hroken," said Levy, referring to a
claim made by tho champion last night
"Hut, giving him the benefit of the
doubt, we are willing to glvo him aa
much time as he wants to gst into
shape, but we' want his signature to an
agreement for a return match, and wa
will got It within forty-eight hours or
we will claim the championship, and
when we do Joe Rivers will fight any
thing on two legs that snakes the
Finn Who Won Two-Handed Discus Throw
A Farmer and Not Yet 2 K Years Old
BY LAWON ROBERTSON.
Coenisht. 1912. J The 1'rw PublUhlng Co.
i.opm. (The .N.w Tork World).
8.' 8. FINLAND, Stockholm, July 13.
ELMElt NIKLAJfDBU of Finland,
who won nrst place In the two
handed dlsous throw, haa a rec
ord of let feet with right hand and 1M
feet with left He Is a farmer by oo
cupailon and ha not yst celebrated his
ltannta Kohlemalnen, the Finnish dts
tancs runner, Is a brother of William
Kohlemalnen, the professional Mara
thoner who made such a name for him
self in this country (U. B.). He has a
trMhr. Tata, who is also a great ama.
i.ir Marathon runner. Hannes, the
swiftest of the three, is a bricklayer
by trade. He believes In violent mas
sege with the knuckles, and has had
an expert on .that style of rubbing in
constant attendance for alx months.
Krmllo Lunghl. the holder of the
world's half-mile record, had a renewal
nf acquaintance with his American
friends on board the Finland.
GIANTS USE MATTY
IN OPENING GAME
Both Teams Feel the Excessive
Heat in St. Louis At
I BT. LOUIS, Mo., July Christy
asaiuai in. neat in auTaiiu. ut me
game, Doyle and Bhafer fearing they
would not last through the game. The
mercury registered 1. the hottest day
of ths year in St Ixul. The turnout
waa miilt ararri.lv alv tliniiaati h-tna.
boused In th bit Ta time.
"As a matter of taot Rivers beat Wol
gast on the Fourth and Ad doea not
want any mora of him."
Wplgaat the tattle-scarred champion,
ascertained last night that his right
hand Is broken In four places, the re
sult of blows. on Joe's anatomy during
the Fourth of .u:y fuss. This may In
terfere) with his plans for scraps for ths
next three months.
Wohraat hu hMn eomnlaJnln since
the fight that hla hand pained him. so
Aianager Tom Jones trotted him ovsr
to a surgeon and had the injured hand
examined under an X-ray machine. It
snowea two fractures of the hand, the
principal ons being a break of ths bono
in the thumb. Jones said that hs would
havs another examination made to-day
to ascertain ths exact nature of the
fracture and then he would know how
long Wolgast would havs to remain idle.
Ths condition of his hand, Wolgast
says, will pgevent his meeting Rivers
on Labor Day, as has been suggested,
llut, as a matter of fact, Jones said
yesterday before Wolgast knew his
hand was broken, according to his story,
there would be no fight on Labor Day.
Wolgast is weak, compared with his
condition before tho recent scrap, and
his friends are urging him to take a
long rest before entering the ring again
against any one within the range of
championship calibre. "
The flrat words out of his mouth wars:
"Bs C-lsslng here!"
Glsslng was Lunshl's "Jinx" during
his brief sojourn In America and beat
the big Italian In every race In which
Ons of the Finns came up to Fat
McDonald on ths stadium during ths
games end, after Introducing hmisif
said: "Are you ths policeman of New
"Yes." said Pat "Oh! but nu a.
so, so fAtl How do you catch de raa
Jim Duncan haa been invited to visit
Finland to throw the discus against
NlMander, the giant Firm.
The hammer throwers were informed
Just two days before the competition
that they must uso the two-haodled
hammer which was provided by the
Swedish Olymplo Committee.
Ae the American entrlee in the ham
mer throw were accustomed to the
single loop handle, it proved a hard
ship for them all to change on such
Cardinals. New York,
lluggln. 3b. b'nodgrass. If.
Magee, if. o1e, Jb,
Bmlth, Sb. Decker, cf.
Koney, lb. Merkle, ttf.
Kvans, rf. Murray, rf.
Ilauser, ea. Hersog, 3b.
Oakes, cf. Mnyera, c,
Wlnge, c, hafer, ss.
Willis, p. Ofathewson, p.
Vmplres Saston and Emslle.
This was the emallsst crowd tha
Olnnu hav played to on this trln. a
double-header will be plsyed to-
Flrat Inning Anodgrais fouled to
Wiiigo. Doyle grounded to Huggtns. So
did Beoker. NO RUNS.
Hugglnn lined to Meeker; Magee
heat out n bunt to Ilerxog, hut was
caught off flrat. Matty to Merkle.
Kmlth singled. Koney filed to Decker.
necona innins; moraio innnea; Mur-t
ray grounoen to xiuggins; iierseg died
to Oaks, No runs.
taadlair of the Class.
do. W. L. PO,laub. W. Jj. Ptt
Hilllam. it ,m W 41 .ill
Crack British Player and Two
of His Countrymen to Play
at Wheaton, 111.
FOLXOWXRS of golf In this country
will no douot be glad to learn
that H. H. Hilton, the gran Bag
llsh golf playsr and wlnnsr of th
American golf championship, Is coming
to America, to defend bis title In the
tournament at Wheaton, III. Two
other first class players from the oilier
side are also going to make the trip
for- the purpose of trying to take the
honors from Hilton.
Tt ,1..!.. - - ' - am. sS
Hill wen the NorthruD Pone of aiooo' for X.1T
ream at the dodrsj of U Gru4 Gtraott swet
t Oruvd Strildi, Oalr for btd btk la
third hot CUm 1111 would hrt m la
There wul be now wu ddd to the Ht
of llnAinn Hint chtnnunl IhU rur. for both
ct tb. swa aba sill tntrt in th thlrtj-fU-bol.
Ami round ta-daj it tt Powelto a, f-
ut'BL B. Wood ot CotnmbU. JB p-rnt tU
bollarT ead onrwe P. Ti(tn of the bono tlab.
tMM Dmn mm soour va mw
Another fmtar hu brn tided U tt pr-
FOR CLEAN SWEEP
Locals Win First Game and
Start Wdl in the
Jf ew Tork,
K. Brown, p.
tTtrrolrea Connolly and Hart Attend
ance 4,000. i
AMERICAN LEAGUE PARK, NEW
vnnir Julr 13. In the second game
of the double-header the opposing
pitchers wsre Ray Caldwell and fclmer
urown. .... ,
The Browns rauea io acoro in ma
first Inning. After Shotten naa ranneo.
Jantsen walked, but was out stealing
second. KUtina niea io won.
The Highlanders sieppea in
the lead by one run. Daniels was aaia
on Fratt'a bad peg. Chase fouled out
to Kutlna. Hierreii waa inru.u
by AVallace. Zlnn banged a single inw
centre and Daniels scored. Simmons
walked, out Hansen niea w in.
WINDSOR 'RESULTS. '
FIRST RACE-Two-year-old; Ave
furlongs: Horron, it (Turner), to b.
3 to 6 and out, won: lochares. 105 (But
well), 8 to 6, 1 to 2 and 1 to 6, keconj;
Smokehouse. 100 tStoele), 20 to 1, 8 to 1
and 3 to 1, third. Time, 1.082-6. Terri-
ble Bill, Alsrle T.. Little Hugh also ran.
SECOND RAUB-iWieepieuiasej rour-yrar-old
and upward; handicap; about
two miles. Mystlo Light, 144 (Dayton),
10 to 1, 4 to 1 and 2 to 1, won; Sight, 137
(ritone), 12 to I, 5 to 1 and 5 to 2, second;
Wonderworker. 11 (Lynch), t to 1, 3 to
1 and even. thtiM. Tlme-4.35. Restora
tion, Tha sahauchxaun. Puck, jJwi
Here to Defend
ar SW MMt lMtn An . -imim&
vm i-iung jucs jucug jLsioourjaa at Mtisi
VUUT. I.. 1.. la October. It wfll bt a nttsti
swiiiUs far two-iear-ota. wtkh ra s-Ub
m ts usn cs Btry, Tb tubecrtpuon wffl b.
iiw mem ass eu wss as u an winner, j. bl
Dii wul add a baadsosM cop. ts b. oa twto.
set sirwrit ts lurnUn. tar tse eo owsst.
AMrk B. Maa Jr.. tke Tl emsUla. won th
flail suMi a the Cbsasotlsst But cbuulon-
bto Jews ansa usm aa to wan er
UUttm Omh st
t litehflnld. Odbb. In tho rml
th triiSM nl Is) tVfmted V. Wirt.
cm. kt thn stnlsht mbi t A3.
4. Use standi a th ttltasr oi
Wk 0. baaa toe tb ehmsOTtg Udm.
to the wxtoo st the eecond pt
Snub f Jbsa Maw, wstak nswjatil tb WMood
roar of ami Kec ta ta uwu-irau asua of
tin Iadapaadano can aarla of tb Botkawsj
HusUsi aub tonmimt at CdrlrL Loa
I iliad. Tea IsmI eoae we ii soeUss TM
Only tasst BMtor.bnaU mvtmS at BontBatno.
BnsKM. for ta .umnaoon IIM to Mwt
i lt IV.
ooftml s ansa of ldrO-tbn aauUcal sUlat la
49 siiauta. It Huqnki of Anitean'i Mod
steral tb mmmm eataw la 1 Soar 1 alniit snd
48 skooiu. M aormaa O. U1 una In
1 hour 4 minvU and SS weonil. Tbn Boat
into la east to Amrlc.
OharM r, inaon na u. aovr BirrHt sn.
netntlns tb BriUib late laws tannl taua In tb
ooablw la tbt reaUnilnarT tla wiitrwn tor tat
DTt InMtneUoMl. thatinf cap. AWnUad Si
tmdb pair. Andiw H. r.ob.rt ani ,W. H. U
nats, at Tutbartan. Ensltsd. b asw at
, t 1. 41. This Ttrtob oa tb
tort eooit M (If, th. BitUah taam It awood
potit la thm aarlat of tin inatasa. Ttm PwaiA
Imhi aoarM point by flobtrt' flaTaat of Artaor
W, uor in xn nM ynwraay.
FIRST FOR HILLTOPS.
Allison, p -Corrrptjfin,
xBatted for Aston In the ninth Inning.
xxBattsd for Allison In ths trlnth
R. IB. P.O. A. 'B.
Daniels, rf,. . 10 10
Chase, lb..... 0 0 T 1
Sterrett, ct., ..-... 1 1 S 0
Ztrnt, rf 13 0 0
Simmons, Vb...... 0 0 D 0
Hartzell, Sb 0 0 0 1
Dowd, ss.. 1 1.. 0 0 1-1
Sweeney, C.....M.., 0 0 13 S
MoConnelt, p..,. 3 112
Totals E S 27 10,
AMERICAN LEAGUE. PARK, N.
July 12. Ths hsavy stick work of Zlnn
and Sterrett In the plnohes won the
nrst game of tha double-header for the
Hlahlandera this afternoon and tern
porarily lifted them out of last place.
Tha score was 5 to .
The' final punch came in the last half
of the eighth inning wnen Mcconncu
wss safe on an error ana Daniels wa
hit bv a Ditched ball. Chase advanced
them both with a saonnc ana aterreti
lammed a clean single into left which
scored the two runs and cinched the
In srotng from third to home, Daniels
trtooed and ten, tku got up ana roan
aged to teat tne oan to tne plate. The
other three runs for the Highlanders
came In ths seventh Inning when Zlnn
hit for a clean home run with two on
bases. McConnell pitched a wonderful
game and desrevea to win by a larger
margin. He struck out twelve batters
which Is within orvf of th season's
record held by Joe Wood of Boston.
Allison alio pitched nice hall, but the
Highlanders managed to take advan
tage of mlsplaya and followed them with
hit. Bcoro; ;
comer, Ennliklllen, Ringmaster and B
Thankful also ran.
TfltlRD RACE-ThreeA-ear-olde and
upward; lx furlorurs.-Countleis, lot
(Turner). S to 1. 8 to 6 and 7 to 10. first
Granite, 112,(Koerner), 1 to 5, 1 to 4 and
out. second; lien Loyal, lea (Eetep).
to 1, 2 to 1 and 7 to 10, third. Time
1.1(14. Bdda, Winning Widow. J. H.
Sievcntea-a-td Flaudmors Also ran.
R. IB. P.O. A. E.
0 0 10 0
MHM. 0 0 1 0 0
...... 1 2 12 0 0
itummi A A A 0 A
. . 10 4 11
2 3 10
0 0 10 0
0 f I 0 0
0 0 0 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
"J i ii 3 1
3, N. July t t
'as guaraotse, m
cooler weather waa
golfer to-day when a one-day
fesslonal tournament was begun at As
Wykagyt Country Club. The programs
waa M holes medal play, ons round eavoh
In tha morning and eftrnoon.
The affair, which la for I30O ta
prizes, given by local membors,
arranged Impromptu because og (sVsr
gathering of professional cracks f0v
th country wide at the adjoining luv
of the Apawamls Club for tha mtt)
poll tan open champlcmshtp. More tt?
half of them remained to compete. l
ths only amateur to tee up. was Jerri'
D. Travers, Upper Otontalalr, tha (Kan
polttan title holder. 1
Among the dangerous candidate -aT
Tom McNamara, Boston, who won L,
Metropolitan open title Thursday: Ii
oerc lonoiis. Wilmington, and Jai4
Thomson, Phlladolphfla. who tied
second piacel Robert Andrew. Nl
Haven, until recently widely known
a Scottish amateur! Fred McLeod,
Louis, an ex-natlonal champion, al
Issao Mackle, Alex Smith and Jo I
Ilobena, all former title holders og tl
Robert Andrew, New Haven, , 19
Irving Stringer, St Andrew's, 39L ill
M( Isaao Mackl4 Fox 31111s, rf, SO :j
Fred aidLeod, Bt Louis. 29, 2S-TT: Orrl
Terry, Canoe Brook, tt, tl-7Sj James Rl
Thomson Philadelphia, 3s, 30-72;
PeeMes. Stockbridge, 37, S9-7(; Jot
Jolly, Newark, K, tl-0; Ales; Bmll
yigyi, . i iu
John Uohens. Englewood, SC, (S 71;
Ernest KlUlolc, Weetourn. 40, VI 81; John
Mackle, Dunwoodte, S3, 42 81; OUbert
Nicholls, Wilmington, 36V 1975; F. But--ler,
Briarollff, 41, 43 S; John JefTray,
Wykagyl. , 9 8B; Tom MoNamara.
Boston, 87, S3 7; Oeorge F. Sparllnr,
Bridgeport 40, -73.
Smith's card was the lowest on first
Out .. 4 8 5 3 8 3 4 s-et
Sn -. 4 4 5 3 4 3 3 5 6 3T-2SJ1 ,
EAST GOLF WIN FOR TRAVIS.
MANCBTBSTER. Vt, July 13. Wal.
ter J. Travis, the Garden City golfer,
waa three up on C. H. Oardner of the
Agawamok Country Club, at the end
of the first elghtsen holes of the 26.
hols final round for the Taconlo Cup
on the links of the Ekrwnnok Country
Club here to-day.
George Or vis of Manchester had an
advantage of one hole over C. O. Trua-
aell of Augusta. Oa., at the end of
the first half of the final SS-hole match
forr the Andawa Cup.
ENGLISH TENNIS VICTORY.
rONDOV, July IX-In the continua
tion of the preliminary games for the
Dwlght F. Davis lawn tennis trofAy
at Folkestone to-day C P. Dixon, the)'
British player, beat Andre It, Oobert of
France In the singles by three seta
to one. The score waa 4 , s 4, 01 ssst
88. Dixon's victory gives Great Brftasn
three out of five events and entitles the
British stayers to meet the Americas)
team ana aeaae tne onanengers of fee
Australians, the nokiera of the
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