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OUIMET'S OWN STORY OF HIS WONDERFUL GOLF VICTORY
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1913,
in YOUTH NEVER
HIGHEST HONOR AT GOLF'
Realized From the Start That Vardon
Woe Li Mon 14 Vfnt VLat i
as wiv 1'ian i il trgUt uvtii
Champion Says His Ten -Year-Old
Caddie's Encouracrincr Words
Helped Him Throughout.
English Newspapers Marvel
At Cuimet's Ability and Nerve.
?.( i. i . M, ;t. It.-Rngllali g.if evens marvel it mm victory
PrMCll O'limrt, Ibt twrntx-.v eiir-,il. I'oy. In Ihg "l""" PlMIIIIloBtlllp n:
Btoehline, They hardly batleva tint youth ran yMM aaelt aMIIty .mi
Tile only attempt to explain kWm) Ihg Ui It lr defeat Is the Igggegtlon
that Oulinets fatnlllarlty with ISO course vo hltn an BgvaMag, nltheuaii
the Dally Chronicle. anticipating tMg eSen-e, rnnlcnis t!it tMl silvan
tte wae more than nentrallaej by lite youth and Ineaperleiiee, compare!
with, trie renowned VtttMM whom hs defeated.
The Time hag no editorial cimtneiit. but It aolf rorte;inndent a'
Uruuklliui telegraphs as lOlloWfl "Wo elcilse can be BHtdo lor tht loser
They (IM their heat, but were fairly and 'U.irely beaten by a better man "
The httndOrd III an editorial a linlta that Oulnet la better than Var.bm
or liny, and eongratulatsa the victor heartily. It OOMladM b) snylng that
the championship was won by stNtiiioni application, no lags UHW piiyolral
and lntellictu.il quOlltlOO.
The Pally Mall In conirratulatlnR the victor says: Oulmet not only
hna a genius (or toe gutuo but klM tbo peculiar nervo and temperament
with, mt which genius avalla illtle. All epnrta from tlM 10 time throw up
these youthful prOdlglS HUtOH and I W 1 1 wero about OUlrMt'l s whin
they Mpturod the nritlah championship. All tlrltleh jolfera look forwar I
to I Mln and welcoming Oulmet hero next year."
Francis Ouimet's Mother
Discloses the Secret of
His Success at Golf
Took Up Game Against
Her Will-Vsed to Prac
tise Putting in His
Room and on the Front
Game When Only Six
Oa Ma front porch overlooklnf the eUteeath tee of the Brookllae
llaks rranela Oaixaet yesterday morning- committed what ua Jokingly
aid wae his flrot oCanao agalast the aewspapers when be aat down
aaa eselualvely for The vealae; World wrote hie own atory of how
ho won the National folf title, hie txnpreaelone of tho hletorlo match
and hie daclaloa to remain en amateur. Bio atory foil owe:
whom all golfers m
I Oat hole carefully
keeping th Ifoph) and title
vJev ' fv .
t'nrdnn'a ball did land in a trap, and Alex Flndlav
know, approached me and inld lhal it was all over.
i managed '" P' "'' lr"ke,, ht,rr an1- Puln '
i won Iht champienehlp.
Felt That He Had Done His Duty.
I fall i hr : that I bad d ine my duly.
! from going to another country.
I Vardon'a style of play Impressed me greatly, he i,-in s careful player ant
; wall yoraed In the finer points .f Iht name, though having a tno.it unsteidy
'. putting stroke
I Tlay. on the "'her hand, ll more of a slugaer. but g grand rolfer. Ito bill
I ah. kali ksed wiii, a sllirht sll CS nil carry, lie putts iery well.
I never thought for u moment thnt It would be I that would have the honor
of defeating our illustrious visitors.
I don t think that I ehall ever cb.it. no mv amateur atantlt,. 1 play th
t .. ,,, ,,,,. I here la In It. and II BOOtlM to me that It Is too good a
I gs to fool that you must play let money In ordtt to get the full baoaita II
a rule ranged from a 69 to about "7, and at this Itagel ---
of th" game It certnlnly looked as If there areuM be aaa r a I I fool pull on lha homa green by him
By Francis Ouimet.
( Winner of 19th Open National Goit Title of the United States.)
t'otorlght, Itlfl, be Tim Pita IV.!Uhla V. Th" Ne V ,rs grealag World),
BROOKLINK, Maaa., Sept 22. Uaya before tho national championship ,
OigJ to bo il a) ell umatt'ura and professionals could be f ci a playlliR ground
ike Country Club coutho In practice.
Tho acorea as
. a i-
taveral sooren under uno g the ronolualon of tiii
On Ttieeduv the first half of the plavrn took part
In the quallfyiiiK round. A score of 1G4 was thought
most likely to qualify. Vardon led every one, al
though I caunvd a MirpriHn by leading for OightMB
holer, with 151 for a total. When all finished and
had turned In their card It wan found that 170 quail
kJ fled, an extremely high score. To the surprise of UMMt
CftVv..;-iiI9 every golfer playing, (ieorga BlmpaoUi who wan tied lor
lha champion ahip in i: 1 1 . failed to get in. Thin waa the firKt xctbuck. All
the other favorites were well Inside.
Wednesday the sosond half was played, and the quality of ?lf
very muoh brttcr. An Kngllshuian, Kay, had the best score. So f..r ll was
all Great Uritalu, but tbo American professionals seemed to take thing!
easy, being satisfied to qualify. It became noticeable at this point that the
competitor In general were having great difficulty on the imttlQS greens,
which were lightning fast.
America handed Severe Shock on Thursday.
inirsxiay tne cnan.pionship marled. The dav was an deal one for low
searing and right off the bat America waa handed a severe shock. Harm
Vardon and Wilfred Relil, shooting a total of 147 for two rounds, were loading
the Held. Ted Hay was two strokes behind, due to a nne 70 on tho second day.
MoDonald simtii and Alaa Ruse scored 71'e apleco In tho morning, but fell back
later In the daj. However, they wero well tip with the leaders. Tom McXamarn
aeorad a useful 7 In the morning, but everything went against him in the
afternoon and a miserable S resulted "King" ltrudy did not quite live uf) to
expectations, either, totaling 117. Ho much for the first day.
Friday morning was very wet. rain falling moat of the day. Thia waa a do
oMed advantage to tho foreigners, because being used to wind and rain they
ware almost aura to score well and then again the putting graana became much
alower and aaaler to putt on.
A 71 by Ray and Ts by Vardon brought these two players together with 22T.
far a total. Reld fell off badly and was eliminated then and there as a possible
ooatender for the chief honora by doing a veryi poor K. Barnes and Hatr.-n were
two strokes behind the leaders at this stags, but being one of the laat to flnlsh
la the morning and scoring a 74 I pulled myself Into a three-cornered Ho with
Then things looked quits bright to ma for as I started my last round Rav
waa lust flnfshln wlfk n m-a n Inlnl a! 301 Vi.a ......... I - ,
I must get a 78 to win! I played badly to the turn, making a 13 and needed
a X coming In to tla I must say that things looked dark nrtcr the tenth hole
because this short but tricky hols cost me a 6 and tho loss or at le.iat two very
I still had hopes that I would get down In one putt on two of the next eight
My first opportunity cams on the thirteenth hole and I holed a three there
Which helped very much. Par figures on the next two holes brought me to the
sixteenth hole. This hale measures Hi yards and I confldi-ntly expected a tun
here. I missed tho two and holing out In a three left me Just two holua to plav
and I must set a three on ons of them. A drive and pitch to the second last
green left me with a flft'en foot putt for my three. I studied the putt narerully
and putting for the back of the hols my bsll never hesitated for a moment, but
dropped In nicely. I shall never forget the swet music thst bsll made as it
rattled Into that hole rim.
A 4 on the last hole brought me Into the tie which was to be played oft
the next day.
Great Gallery Followed Men on Play-Off.
The battle was on.
Tile three of ua, Vardon, Ray and myself, started off together shortly efte
lt o'clock, with a great gallery following, In spite of the rain. The offletaU
asked tho gallery to wait till tho Bntah before applauding, but It was Impos
sible to enforce the request, snd time and again during the golnit-out round
the gallery broke Into a deafening cheer.
Wc all gut away to good drives, Vardon and myself making tho green In .
Ray's third shot was long and he went to the right. All three of ua mado
good approaches and putted for flvea. The tie remained during the asooikl
hale, all hulUig out for 4. i: I ward Kay fell back one stroke on the third hole,
getting a poor position on his third drive, and holed out after two putts in r.
while Vardon and l holed In 4. We throe holad OUt In fours on the fourth hole.
I hd a bit of nilsfortuno on the flfti hole, guiinr out of hounds on my soon l
shot. Hut by placing my third on tho green I holed out in 6, Hay snd Vardon
-a h taking lives.
Harry Vardon touk the lead over me on the sixl., hole, his second shot be
lag deu 1 on the hole and running down In 3 Hay and 1 bad a 4
Ed Ray pulled up u stroke on the seventh, holm); out In 3, to 4 for Vardon
At this point Vardon had a stroke lead over Ray and myself. We all grova
well down the middle of the eighth fairway. All pitched to the green with
maahlfs, and, walking toward the hole, one ball was seen to h but twelve Inches
from the cup. it proved to be mine. It was an easy , Then Hay slSOtrlttsd
the gallery by running down a most difficult thirty-foot putt for a 3. Vardon
holed out In 4, and thus the match was all even. Three fives wero made on
Has long ninth, everybody taking 31 for the flrst nine holes.
On the short tenth hols both of my opponents pit hod to, the green. My
shut was also on. nut by taking three putts to my two the famous foreign
golfers were forced to the rear by a stroke. This was Increased to two at the
twslfth, as I had a 4 against two flvss.
Tho thirteenth waa halved In 4 by Hay and myself, but Vardon, hollAf a
Una twelve-footer for a 3, regained one of the lost Btrukcs.
Felt Vardon Was the Man He Had to Beat.
Though Hay halved Vardon and me on the fourteenth. I felt thai Vardon
waa tho man for me to beat In order to win, as Hay second to be playing
with great desperation. At this point the gallery, which was the largest
had ever played before, were racing and running ahead of the players, ap
parently aeeklni; some vantage place to watch every shot I had great dlffl
cilityi In kreplng my pet cuddy, Eddla Eourle. from bolng trampled upon, lie
Is but ten years old, and I alncersly think that It was his encouraging Rrorda
mors than anything else which bad carried me along so well. Throughout the
.u i,n keni tellns ma that I must make a 72 on one roun I. which I did an
otf flnni t ,i,t. Ilefore each shot he would any, "Pranolf, don't take your
eye off of that ball." and I don't think I did once
Time and again toe gallery, i mining mad as It were. la,el t ie play Bui 1
i never oncg rsallssd that a goul wa following mt, u Intent "as I with what ,
l was doing.
The fifteenth saw tne elimination of Ray, praotleallj ipoaklng, s hi lost
two stiokia to Vardon and me.
At the seventeenth hole Vardon drove a trifle to the left I do ballSVt ho
was trying to tuai ins to follow lam. tor a naaty trap awaits a pulled drive. '
ft middle of the fair way wag good aaoiagh far ma, art my bail landed, aaff ly
Win Match Over
Vardon and Ray
1 1 tho end
Harry Vardon and Edward n.iv lha
famous British golfers, fell before Alec
smith and hU uroi ,. r, Macdonald, In a
four-ball match over the links of the
I Wykagyl Country Ci in. The margin
was 3 UP and 2 to play f"r thlrty-slx
holes, it wa asflmated that fully a
was i thouaan I parsons appeared for lha aftei
noon lo.uni, gna inuai oi uivhi .
prsisnt and liudged around In a heavy
downpour in the morning.
It should have been an MStsf mat, .1
lor the 8nilths. for the youthful Mac
donald "played his head oft" at times.
Neither of the Englishman could stop
tho progress of tho home profagdlonnlg
and It w is not until the eleventh hole
thai Vardon got a four. In the mean
while Die Bmlth combination had be
cdms tivo up. Vardon'.i gain re
duced tn.i margin to tour ana a thirty-
left t no Bmithn t hres
. the tlrst round.
it was then thnt the Britons cams
' to life. Vardon is not lha boat patter
' III lha world, though c n eded Shout
tile has) aii around player, However.
I hs ran down putt from ten to thirty
feet half a doaan times and altogether
played lha sliding Rolf Of which ho Is
capable. It was Ma don.ild Smith Who
ran down a long ono for u two at the
sixth hole, and It was Vardon win
performed Similarly it the tlfth and
tenth. The Smith brothers were only
two up at the turn, end that was re
duced to one at the next, but the
Wykagyl "proa" won ths eleventh and
twelfth, and as ths remaining holes
were halved they became the winners
uu the Sixteenth green.
Women rin liolf at Memphis.
MMMl'IIIS. Ti nn . Sept. '.'-'.--Mai king
a new era In Southern golfing otralgSi
the Women's Western Qolf AgSOOlntlOn
will hold Its 1911 tournament this v-.eek
the links of the Mempl.iH Country
I I, Is tho second time In tho
association that the an
il held outside
constant! in'eri opted hv callers and
tne t lepnone ring i from nosena woo
Wanted I knoej a out Kr.m. ' 111 I Ifl
leave their , oi.tr nidations (letting
few m. n ires of leisure the young i ham
pton's Rtnthef rontlnnag her tory and
to .i s'lout a remarkable happening In
the Out met horns about four years ago
"Wiille Jrrancla was noin-t to huh
School, M said Mrs 'hi. met. I used Is
'lear llotees up I" h:s r " ' 1 1 at niiihl
. Raconilng frightened ones 1 vreni to
l his room at midnight expecting 10 find
I I him sick and was duo, ton mIi d to sec
tears Vtmmwemsnw nun on tha neer pratcisina putting He
Caddy and Copied,
warned to try a new touch grip and
r tto gflasof i OOUHin t wait until morning.
Of me " 'Another time I waa conking br, ak-
r i at. was called to the front porch and
Ihera was franell with a putter In
I his hand kn,' king the ball up ami
I doWn, I was very unvlous Ibm 1'rancls I
should continue Ids s hoollng, hul after
two ysari In the Mri achOOl he warned
to Sork and H' ircl a position In B0Sa
ton. and I guess tha rest ! pretty well
know n "
Viands Onino't, who rne o die f;nnr
rank of tho world's heat golfers by a
st'igle bound, ''.'iirif, his honorg lightly.
It OOOld be dim. ult 0 find a StOrs un
aesumln,; boy than tha new nnilon.il
charnplon, Although snximii to obllga
his questioners, fhilmsl dislikes to talk
about himself lis mtidssiii says hs
thinks Ma futtira la ic.x' I ai i wants to
preoiiro himself to defeal Jerome 0,
TraVeri for the national imati hama
plonshlp, f his ability to do nils he
is yerj rannaant, but not boastful,
As souv, nlis Of hie hlStorli victory over
Hurry Vardon and Bdward Itay, tin,
llnnlisli stars about twice bis sge.
iiulmet dlsplai i n left hand badly
sk lined and apl.t from swinging hie
clubs oulmel normally weigiis about
I'lnal standlnit In International
re n, ih. w. a r
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It . . Stat
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New.uk Is now champion of ths In
terfiatlonal League for the first time on
iccord. The season ended yeaterdiv
wlih the Indians beating the Hkeeters,
t. to I The championship fight, which
has been interesting f ir the laat month
sue BOehaatSf began a spurt which
sent It to vvlihln a few points of the
iea ier, ended ggi r 1 1 1 ahan Nawart
1 1 I tie pennant by winning a
do headif from .ler.e i',ty w'" la
Ho, hesfer was dropping both ends of a
lOabla hill In Toronto. Veste-diy's single
game between (lag winners and tail-
andera did not affect tha pesttkM of any
club. The In. lima' w.nnlng percentaae
was $S or .'1 point! over Itochester,
with ,507. BaAinaOra was third snd Buf
falo, elnas up, finished fourth. Tor
onto, last year'a pennant winner, had a
poor season and fin, sped next to IaBt.
s n! la TI" r'tiini W sM )
mtuiiKI.INll. Mass. s pt. s;nce
incia Ouimat'a atamorabla vi-iiry
over th- Knglish champion m the piav-
'ff for the Dieted States national golf
tit!" the natives have been busy ex
plaining lha reason for tho twenty-year-aid
youngster's ail I ess on tho 1'nka. hut
it remained for Mrs. uulmsi to lall the
secret Of Ills ;ivnarkalile alnlltv a
goir,r. To an Evening World rsportsf
lira ii i mat, atlM flushed from her aon'a
victory, toM now tha new champion Pe
nan golf against her will, how he cad
died vvhei t a llttlt tut to learn ths
game, Slid lua UtlUaUSj habit of getting
up at midmght and praatMttg putting In
"Francla alwaya araa wry fond ol
gulf." began Mia. Oulmet, a mile gray"
n el a
1 1 ., ,o Wloi Ik 1 1 11V
,,.. , lh ,, la n , .us due toil'" poneds nut he nerlnrea 'nit tna
i sleadv eticNni of in igb lore who in
history of tho
n iial tournament has be
I to congratulate the new cnarn
pion. alesaenger boys al n h ive worn
a path to the modest Oulmel home on
Park street, opposite ma sixteenth
rasa, brlneina bsal wishes from
ClUba and IndiVlduall from all over the j
l remember tliat when he was only
six of a. v en years old he Would BCOSS
tho stroet and .i.t for hours fas. mated
by the club members playing thslr game,
Plnally h wanted to oaddy, and I
couldn't stop him, lie learned a great
deal of the gams then lie always tried
to pick out the strongest players ami
follow them around lha course, Pre reds
would copy their beat Strokes and soon
began to play a fair game himself.
OUIMET PRACTISED PUTTING I N
"I did everything I could t" discourage
htm from continuing the sport, hul hla
whole heart was In It OradUatlng from
tho gi atntnir s, h ulls Francis went to
the Hi. ii,l.' ne UM'l School, hut I In -
Kara his naiad was mora on goif than on
i During her narrative Mis. OulmSI waa
Brookllna tier namenl brou id hi down
In about 143, on thai he is going right
after that lost seven pounds
Ouimet's dielike of to., inunn glamoi
waa Is si shown he hla aerformsnes
If I Saturday, when after winning he re-
ruse.1 to go nome : nuse in iinadid
a celebration Itm he lOOl by hla de
clsinn, for ho was ipilekly gobbled up
by a big reception parly and rushed
over to Woodland, hla homa i ib i'i
Dally he was ,itt,il to llos'on s! 11 In I ho
same Milt ie won the championship In
in aomgany with a chum he aacapsd to
buy a clean collar, Later both de dded
to take In a show and wei siip.is, d
to lie sacortsd to a box who h had tne
viouaiy seen gecorated w.th Amerlosn
flagP Massachusetta, always proud of
her champions, paid great gotliaga to
her latist ami nulmal was mighty glad
to get home and rest op from the eg
lllalirow llrenka World's lleriiril.
DBTIlOIT, Mlcb.i Sept. a nn tho
mile track a; tho State I'air gioatids
Uouto Dktbrow drove his racing auto-
lOOhlla live miiis In 4 -4 'JT, The Indue
announced this to tin a world s record
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Garrirk is ihc boat larca
Since 'Tha Gay Parisians' "
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MITCHELL. THE TAILOR
I am getting ready to open Philadelphia, which city I intend to have a duplicate of Bdston, New
York and other cities where Mitchell holds sway. I am taking in hundreds of pieces of woolens
today, and my store is overstocked. The whole secret of my business is the turning over of woolens.
There are no ends left when I clean up at the close of the season.
From now on my price will be suit or overcoat to order $15.50, neither lower nor higher, but
at various times during the year I expect to run what I shall class "clean up on ends" sales, and this
will be the start. In the number of stores that I carry it is necessary to sample out pieces, and when
we come to the end of the piece it is shipped back to the N. Y. store.
Today I show an accumulation of Standish Worsteds, Rock Overcoatings, Worombo Coatings,
fine Scotches, some of the best goods I ever carried. There is enough for one or two suits or over
coats in the piece, and for the next three days I will run a cleaning out ends sale. These goods will
be cut on Macdonald's patterns, made in my daylight shops upstairs, and each garment will bear the
union label. My price will be suit or overcoat to order
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I had a very auccesaful season on Ladies'
Johnny Coata laat year, and with the atten
tion of Mr. Macdonald I can assure the
ladies of New York of the finest raglan shoulders, split sleeve shoulders
and the latent Belmacan effects in coatings. I make these to your
measure, mannish style, for a price, overcoat to
order, $15.50. The goods shown in my window are
the game for men and women
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