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RECORDS GOBY BOARD
Bonhag Clips Long Standing
American Five-Mile Mark.
SETS OTHER FIGURES. TOO
Paul! Beats — New York
Athletic Club Takes Metro
politan Point Trophy.
«">rr:r<» For.hac. of the Irish-American
Athletic Cluh. -—..-• th<* five-mile Amer- I
----- eFtabliphed by E. C. Carter
•way back In ISS7 at the senior metropoli
tan championships at Travers Island yes
terday afternoon. Bnnhsr's tim«» for th« j
<;irtan / ~'* was C 5 rr.inuteF 9 1-5 seconds, while j
the tltt" That was made by Carter In hi? j
rVTr.orarle race twenty- three years apo
t.s« 3 vnltnvtrs 252-5 second?.
In ?<!£i:ioT: to breakinc the .-."■.--
o-d Bonhac also established new record?
.-,,_ four miles and four .-■•.. !
mil^F. HI? •— - for four mil<?s was 2" j
mia"Tes 11 s^'^nds, which is 15 4-.'. second?
better than the best previous time made in
this country, which was recorded by V.'. D.
Bay in 1«?"
It was Carter's record for the four a-..'
<m»-haif miles which went by the hoard
Bonhag's new mark bein? 22 minutes 43 --■
F^conJls. as arainst ._ minutes 59 4-5 sec- j
onds. Thich Carter made at the same time j
that he establish^ the Ions: standing, but |
now supersr-ied five-mile record.
Ecnhac's feat was all the more remark- !
able in that he ran the last three miles en- |
tirely unpaced. Eddie Fitzcerald. of the j
New Tork Athletic Club, ran almost s=r:de
for stride with the wonderful Irish-Am^ri- i
can runner for the first mile, arrd then tired !
flirrr.tly, although he pave Bonhag some J
pood competition ;n the second mile. Bon- i
h&C's pace mas too fast for th<» !^ss expert
enced Mercury Foot man, .... and at
the end cf the second mile he had dropped
f.fty yards behind Boahas. After that Bon
2:a« had :o run all by himself, which he did
la -wonderful style.
Neaitng the four-mile mark, the officials.
■wtVh Jair.es E. Sullivan at their head.
navd Bonbas to rcrne on. as it v.a- almost
•"ertain that he would surpass the time
made by Day. Eonha? hardly quickened
Ms pace. but. after comparing their watches,
the timers saw that the record fcr four
miles had been broken by more than a
quarter of a minute. It was the same thing
lev the Four ar.d a half miles, the only dif
ference being that the spectators, between
five thousand and six thousand altogether,
were cheering with a will for the persever
ing ram*er. When it wa? announced that
the four and a half mile time had gone
tfat T-ay of the four-miie record there was
Then the Winged Fist runner and the
crowd vied with each other for the break
ing -f '.hat Sv*-mil«* run. And. pulling to
gether, they were successful, for with a
wonfierfsl bur?t n* peed at the last fur
look Bor.haz fairly shot across the line.
T .- a? a lull .for a moment, and then
the deaJeninp cheers ranp out when it was
announced that the record had been
broken. By* a curious coincidence E. C.
Carter, sporting editor of "The Sun,"
•nhos" record it was that was smashed.
■was ... field at the time and the crowd
■would not be quieted until he was ball
Jed. half pushed throng the ajr pof ad
rr.irir.g athlete? to the centre of the Held,
where he enjoyed with I -~ar the plaudits
of the crowd.
From all points of view the me°t was the
moPt successful that has been held in the
inetrop6Utaii district in several years. It
"teas wen by the New York Athletic Club,
■Brnich after six years at continued effort
jit teit managed to win the coveted point
trophy. Since 1?04, until yesterday, the
. hampionshio had t*-en won annually by
the Irish- American club. The struggle be
tween the rival clubs was keener than
ever, and the New York club won by only
7 points, the final score standir.e: New
York Athletic Club. ~f>: Iri.'h-Amerlcan
Athletic <:iub. *5; Pastime Athletic Club. 9:
Acorn Athletic Association. C; Mohawk.
Athletic Club. -. The weather conditions
•u-^re ideal and could not possibly have been
improved upon. There was hardly a breath
of wind stirring, but still there was a
crispnesa in the air that put the contest
ants ;:r;<J spf-ctat^rs on edge for the really
first class performances.
Eilly Paull, the University of Pennsyl
vania star miler, w^arinß the colors of the
Xew York Athletic Club, won ■. stirring
-.; :ory over Abel Kiviat. of the Irish-
American Athletic Club, in the mile, beat-
Ing the wonderful schoolboy runner by '
i- ar: eighteen inches, although he did not
eeem to He extending himself very much.
Pa .:. bided his time in making his final
sprint, and beit Kiviat out In the home
ttrrtch. Ail the way through, though, Ult
ra* ~ was a rousing one. Kiviat and Paull
aJteraatias in the lead, slthoush it was
alroost a foregone conclusion that Paul!
■*ras r-.esrer of the situation. The time was
4 narrates 22 1-5 seconds.
J. P. Sullivan, of the Irish-American
club, dashed ir.to the lead in the first tweaf
ty-five yards, but Paul! threw himself into
the running and fairly flew over the ground
for the first furlong, ... end of which.
h<r had surely outclassed and outdistanced
BuHlvan cr.d was enjoying a lead of a
Cozen yards. Then he quite naturally
*>-.-.'--] down and let the field catch up
f-ith hjrn Kiviat was running strong, and
•-. to force Paull to show his hand, but
SJlkie Murphy's pupil was too wi'.y. :md
Jisslly let Kiviat po out and make the run
•ir.?. Paul! led at the end of the second
'■'-'. and held it until the half mile had
bees passed, when Monument. Kiviat' s club
rr.a:r uho is the ■•>■•.- led for
£ fe-.v yards. After that_ however, Kiviat
££2 Paull divided the lead, and at the end
Jjß.cn fairly jumped past the Irish-Ameri
cnr. boy 3r.<] broke the tape inches in the
' . in r,
. • • •
UeJvia Bheppard disappointed everybody
* c : -■ t starting in the ouart*-r mile. He and
Cjufag w«?re matched with several others
* same heat. Gisping made a gooi
* " r — •" tact, a.« Sn^i'jiard put it, too good.
--• the Winp^d Fist man insists his rival
«*M the pun. For th:it reason Sheppard
not go more than a stride, and imme
c-M-!yc -M-!y , r]^j , o enter a protest against
"'•-•P. He went so far 3s Jo approach
"■ '£- Sullivan, th** referee, after the
j ; - '-c haj b*-t-n blown to clear the track
f the seccad and Last heat. He had short
*• r *'- at the liands of ilr. Suilivan, who or
e"r 'c him off the track. Sheppard had b~^ii
s - biinself u p for the quarter, and he
c '-<i cvt ni :n either the half or the roiK
k* n»isM <?afci!y have sojred j»»ints.
Jl ••' '" the final of the quart ..-r v.ar run Dick
E^vards, of the New York Athletic Club,
-i*tj» difficulty in winning by riv«- yarus
rVI - liobbins JinJ J. M. Rot^iibt-r^er.
'i-ic? broke 100 soon and was penalized,
l - 1 h* quit when three-fourths of the dls
-obt, y Ooa^heß cov^«i himstif and the
T1(:r;;:an organization with glory by
■"~ :r " l} "' the hundred and two hundred
tao^enty y ftr d daeries. J. L Hartranft,
H^ ' : "' A YorSi A - c - * ho captained the
-^Wilvania track ttitin a year ago, won
. %. r. KIVIAT IX BEKSATIONAIL. FINISH Or ONE-MILE RUN
■..•-- hundred and twenty yard high
ar.d the two hundred and twenty yard low
hurdles in fast time. Another intercolle
giate star to score a victory was H. S.
Babcock, of Columbia, who carried off first
place in the po!e vault, with a vault of • -
feet I inches.
Half-mile run — Won by H. B. Gissirifr. New
York A. <". : Edward Frick. New York A. C,
second: R. J. Egan. Irish- American A. C. third.
Tnr.f. ' 56*k
l.ut-yanl dash— Won by Robert .1. Clouehfn.
Irish-American A. C". J- M. Rcsenb*nt*r. Irish-
Amertcan A. O-. Fecond: R. 1,. Eller. Ir.sh-
Arr.erican A. C. Third. Tim<>, 0:10
Or.e-mile run — Won by Wilton C. Paull. New-
York A. C. : Abel R. Kiviat. Irish-Aineri'-an
A. C. second: J. W. Monument. Irish-American
A. «•.. third. Time. 4:2i;V5.
12<'-yarii hieh hurdles — Won by J. C Hart
ranf. Sew York A. C : L. B. Dorland. Pastime
A. <". Pecor.d: John J. Eller, Irish-American
A. C. third. Tim*-. O:ls*i.
One-mi'.r irsili-Won by Pam LJebgold, Tas
tim» A. <'.: E. <^rro!I. Acorn A. A., second:
Edwarrl B^nz. Mohawk A. «'., third. Time. 7:18.
QvLart«-r-mi:«» rur. — Won by Itirhard T. Edwards,
Xt-w York A. C ; W. <". Robins, Iris^-ATnerifan
A C. . second: J. U. Rosenberger, Irish-Am-r
oon A. <".. thivd Time. O:4I»*b- *
FtTe-tnile run — Won by •Jforp' 1 V. Bonhag,
Irith-AmTiran A. C. : W J. Kra"ipr. Acorn
A. A., sf-ond: F. S. Eeilarp. New York A. C.
thirl. Time. 25:09%.
rSO-yart dash— t\'oa by Robert J. Clonghen,
Irish-Am«r!ran A. C: F. TV. Rof=. X«w York
A. <".. second: L.. B Dorland. Paytime A. C.
ihird. Time. 0:225.
250-yard low r.urd]»>=— Won by J. 1... Hart
ranft. Mew York A. C. : John J. Ki!«-r. Irlsh-
An:*ricar. A. <"., second; R. I* Eller Irish-
American A. C third. Time. OrtiMs.
PuTtins ]<5-pourd shot— Won by P. J. Jlc-
Ponald. Irish American A. <".. -nith a r^t of 46
f'« 1 Jr.ch; J. I. Klliott. Iri^h-Amt- rican A. <".,
second, with 42 feet !» inches; M. J. J=h<?ridar.,
!ri*h-.\m"r;can A. <'.. rJ-.irA. with 43 feet 1 inch.
Throwing 10-pound hammer — Won by J. J.
Flanagan. Irish -American A. C -aith a throw
of IM.» feet 10 3 s ino'i<-s: ron E. Walsh. New-
York A. «'.. Beeoad. with a throw of 170 fe^t n^i
inches: rimon P. niliicß. New York A. <*.. third.
with a throw- of 155 feet '2 1 i !nche<?.
Running high jump — Won by H. J. Grumf^H.
»w- York A. <:.. with a jump of 6 feet 1 Inch:
W. Thomass^n, New York A. *'... second, with a
jump of C feet; Warren Fieldinjr. New York A.
<;.. third, with a jump of 5 f*et 0 injhes.
Pole vault — Won by H. P. Babcock, New York
A. <".. with a -■:-■•■■ 3 inches; Gcirs?
B. Puk«>s. New York A. «.*.. second, with a vault
of 12 feet; T. H. Bab-ock. New York A. C,
third, with a vault of J] feet : inches.
Throwing the discus — Won by .1. J. Flanagan.
Irish-American A. «.\. with a throw of 133 feet
5S irchep; Ror^rt G^prer.. New- York A. ("..
eecor.d. with a throw of 131 feet C,\ A inches; J.
H. Duncan. Mohawk A. C. third, with a throw
of 130 feet I! 1 * laches.
Throwing jfi-pound weieriit — Won by Patriot J.
McDonald Irish-American A. C_ with a thiow
of ;;r f«>et 4 '_• inches; fon E. Walsh. New York
A. <".. second, with o<> feet - Inch: John J.
Fiar.£ssn, Irish-American A. C-, third, witii S5
feet li» inch"?.
Running i>road jumr. — Won by Platt Adams.
New York A. C. with a .lump of 22 fe<n 4H
laches; D. F. ... Irish-American A. C,
p'econd -with a jump of 2t feet 4-» inches: T.
J. Ahearn. New York A. <".. third, with a jump
o* *'O feet 10 ! -> bes.
"nunnins:. hop. rtep and jump— Won by Platt
Adams, New York A. <\. with 47 feet -« inch:
I) F Ahearn. Iri*h -American A. C. second,
with 4". feet Vs inch: T. .1. Ahearn. New lork
A <"'.. third, with 44 feet 9U in'-hes.
"""h'owirig the javelin— Won by Bruno Brooder.
Irish-^lrseri' an A. '■ . with a throw of 43 feet;
lWt'Adams. second. New York A. C.. wto
143 f»*t M inch; A. Hodpson. Sew V rk A. C.
third, with 139 f»« 7 inches.
MEW TEAM RACE RECORD
Svanberg and Queal Set Hark
for Twenty Miles.
John Svanben? an<l William Qu«=al. the
Marathon runners, - ■ the ° twenty^
mile world 1 ? team record when they defeat
ed a Htrong fifld of professional runner? Jit
Washington Park. Brooklyn, last night.
CMal. who finished out the rao" for the
wir.ninp team, rushed across the line in 1
hour 3 4 minutes 10 4-5 seconds. ]oworins<
the previous rerord of 1 hour 36 minutes
jn seconds. li*ld by Meadows an<l Wood
James Crowley and William Kohlmtinen
v.ere pecomi. on<- and a half laps behind the
winners-. Meadows and Matt Maloney iin-
Ished tl.i:<l. and Percy SeUen ami Jack
trvanber^ look the lead in the eecond
i mi!*-, and raced alongr in front until the
eleventh. Then yueal vent out to break t!:<
record, ar.d by i^lieving each other at the
! end of each lap, they ceded in har.cing
up the new nirurf?.
IJar.s Holnjer, the fifteen-mile profoKSional
record holder, romped away with the nve
miie race, which prt-eeded the main iixture.
He v.-on by over ont hundred yards from
Alfred Raines, the former amattur, in the
good time of -6 minutes 24 seconds. Charley
Muiler, lh« fornu-r Mohawk Athletic Club
runner, was third.
COLLEGE MEN OFF FOR JAPAN
...... The University of Chi
cago ba^ball team of twelve men. under
Professor Gilbert A. Blis>s, sailed for Yoko
hima to-'lav on the etftamshin Mnrft.kura
Maru. ft will play «?" P a ' mes wilh the
Waseda and Keo university t«mi. Th«
Chicago men plan to vl.it Manila and
NEW-YORK DAILY THCBCSE. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1910.
SOME ATHLETIC STARS WINKING TITLES AT BIG TRACK GAMES.
SAM L4EBGOLD LEADING FIELD IN ONE-MILK WAUL
Foran Leads "Runners Home
Mott Haven Man First Throvighout Almost
Entire Course in Emerald A. C. Contest.
Frank Forars, of the Mott Haven Athletic
Club, led home a small but strong field of
"cross-country runners in the open four and
a half mile run of the Emerald Athletic
Club over the roads of Westchestef County
yesterday. Foran, assisted by the liberal
allowance of three minutes, found little dif
ficulty In leading home the pack, crossing
the finishing line in the actual running time
of 27 minutes 34 seconds.
Otto Nelson, an unattached athlete, with
the same allowance mark a Foran, was
second, more than fifty yards behind the
winner. Tom Dwyer, the Mohawk Athletic
Club runner, was third. He started out
with the third pack from the 2 minute 16
second handicap mark, and followed twen
ty-five yards in Nelson's wake, in the actual j
elapsed time of 27 minutes 10 seconds. >
The hil!-and-dale runners of the Yonkers ;
Young Men's Christian Association, by
splendid .team work, succeeded in carrying .
off the tram honors with the total of 40 |
points. They finished in sixth to tenth
places inclusive. The Mohawk Athletic;
Club was second, with 79 points.
Joe Gilbert, the diminutive Mohawk run
ner, who was the only man on scratch, fin
ished in twenty-fifth position, capturing the j
time p-ize. His actual inning time was
27 minutes 3 seconds. Dwyer, a clubmate, ]
who romped home In third place, received j
the second time prize, the figures being seven j
seconds behind those of Gilbert. Russel
Springsteen; of the Yonkers Young Men's ;
Christian Association, who captured eighth |
position, got the third time prize. He fin
ished twenty seconds behind Glibert.
The run practically opened for 1310 the
always welcome 'cross-country season, and j
was held in action with the carnival j
at Clason's Point Park, on the Sound. !
Thirty-seven runners, representing many
clubs of the local district, competed, and the |
real hill course forced five of the less hard- j
eneil athletes to fall by the Wayside. Tom j
Hayes, an unattached runner, captured the j
first novice prize; Arthur Hall, of the Ton- .
kers Young: Men's Christian Association, the ;
WITHINGTON GETS CALL
Named as Graduate Athletic
Manager at Harvard.
Cambridge Mass., Sept. Paul W!th
in^ron. one of the best known all around
athletes that ever attended Harvard, has
been selected to succeed William F. Gar
celon as graduate manager of athletics of
the university -•■ soon as the present in
cumbent feJls that sport? at Harvard are
in proper condition to turn over to a §uc-
C p<?s;or. Withington, who Is now in busi-
n p?.= in Hawaii, ha? been asked to accept
the place, but ha?> not yet replied-
Paul Withingtori finished bis course at
Harvard last ring He attained promi
nence in rowing, football, swimming and
wrestling. ?Ie was on the 'varsity eleven
for two year* and was a member of the
Harvard etght-oared crew that defeated
Yale at New London in IW9. He won the
amateur heavyweight wrestling champion
ship of \vn Encrland after limited coaching
and was credited with being one of the
fastest swimmers in college-
INDIANS AT GRIDIRON WORK
Glen Warner Will Have to Build Up
Practically New Eleven.
Carlisle, pen,, . Sept. IC.-The Carlisle
Indian football team has this w^k started
light preliminary practice for th« football
candidates who have now returned to the
Bchoo) from their summer work under the
auspices of Carilale'a "practical outing
"VrbeS is a dearth of old material. The
only ol'i players who have thus far ap-
T.eare.l in togs are ex-Captain Uhby an.l
the left end. Kenherlyi Captain Houser is
expected any day from his one in the
W«t and Jordan will report, early next
week' Burd, Thorp- dNewi )m have not
, V el b^n heard from, while it is known
definitely that Germalne, Soloman and
Waseuka will not be candidates for the
team this .-....■ is her,., but has
played his four years Carlisle and la m
Bifeting Glen Warner, the coach, with the
second, and Matthew Nilson, of the Mohe
gan Athletic Club, the third.
Soon after the start Foran jumped into
the lead and led the pack at a merry pace,
closely attended by Devlin, Nelson and
Hayes. At Old Clasor. Point Road and
V. e=tche3ter avenue, the turning point,
Foran still maintained th^ lead, with a live
yard advantage over Nelson and Dwyer,
who were abreast. Devlin was fourth, ten
yards behind. On the return journey Foran
displayed his best form and crept away
from his pursuers, to win easily. He fin
ished In splendid condition. Nelson ;.''
ceeded in outsprinting Dwyer in the last
mile, to capture second place.
The summaries follow :
Position, name and club. M.S. I- f-
I— F. Foran. Mott Haven A. C... ■'■:"" '-\l :i i
2 — O. Kelson unattached... 3:00 17:47
3— Tom Dwyer Mohawk A C 2:15 27:10
4— F. Devlin. Molt Haven A. C..'. 3:00 2^:.>3
5 T. E. Hay* 5 ?. unattacnM :;;1V " -" ' +
o—Tom0 — Tom Barden, Yonkera V. M. C. _ o _
V 2:15 _ 1 :-i4
7-G.' Hermans. Yonkrrs Y. M. C.
3 :' X) J* . -o
S— R. Springsteen. Yonkcra Y. M. • zt'iia
9— \. C Hall."Vonk'eri'Y.'"M."cV A.". !t!oij 28:49
»— \ Hail. Tonkera V M. C. A.. 8:00 28 t-..
10— R. Nickeram, Yonkers Y. M. ,, t .»..
f-+ * .«t-f«> — J.O*>
11— F. MooreH Knickerbocker A. C. 2:13 » : ™
12— r. Appl.-yard. Mercury A C. ... lUo .-• ♦,;
■■ Ek H r^. c ::|| 11
17-J. Ponohu. Mohawk A. C.... 00 -. > «
ls_B. Masterson. Mohawk ; A . C... 3:00 -'■-<■
19 C. Ashmead, honkers Y. M. < . n "8:09
30 H Back unattached.. V- HI- »LiS
"l— .l. Lembacb. Molipean A. C. -^' -•••^
22-J. L*VJ'. Kines County A. A... ■ 7-! »58
23— H. Jensen. Pastime A. C 1:« __ ..
"... L Ear.-obncci. Pennant A. C. > . 3.»" ->i»*
30-L. Nathan. Irish-American A. 300 31:13
31 _ H ! 'Cannarsa; inatteched. »•"« .^:4.^
30— J Hotz. Union Y. 31. ' ■ A • —
TEAM COMPETITION. T^
,- 7 S ft 10 -*0
Yonker? v M. ■' . a.-- •• j l 61T I 8 as— J9
Mohawk A. r 13 21 04 26* x— S4
Mohegan A. C -mi; " " " ' - — —
BROWN IN A FAST BOUT
Finishes Strongly After Being
Philadelphia, Sept. 10.-Tommy S don
a local P^Uist. earned what i-W-gg
a draw with "Knockouf Brown, the haid-
SiSi New York lad. in a fast and furious
six round bout at the National A. C .of
this cttv to-night Langdon outboxed t c
Manhattan lad in the early rounds, while
the latter* furious finish evened up the
SC ianrdon split Brown's eye in the third
,„,;„,! with a vicious right cross that
topped inside the hard left swing which
the latter had started for Tommys head.
Brown came back in the last two round
and had Uwgdon busy avoidms the hnr.l
blows which he .... • over without a letup.
Lansdon was tired in the last two rounds.
while Brown was strong and comparatively
INTEREST BOXING BOUTS
Many Entries for Metropolitan
Great interest has been aroused in ama
teur athletic circles over the Metropolitan
As'-oclruion boxing championships which
will be held at the Trish-Amorican Athletic
Club, No. 110 East 59th street on Thursday
and Saturday evenings.
Over one hundred entries have been re
ceived for be seven classes. Twenty en
tries have been recorded for the heavy
\vt ijrht clush alone
The following men have been selected to
officiate Referees. Charley White an.l
Harry Burchell Judges. Maxie More, New
York Athletic Club, and Johnny Walsh,
of the Pastime Athletic Club; timers,
Charles J. Dieges and John J. Dotan, of the
New York Timers' Club.
FIGHTERS OFF FOR AUSTRALIA.
Vancouver, B C. Sept lii— The pri/e
nghtera 'hat Hush kfclntc it* sending '"
Australia sailed yesterday on the Zealand
They included Billy >'.■-••■ Jimmy ' 'labb: .
Iluy lironton and .!■-.» >my Thompson.
GEORGE V. BONHAG, NEW FIVE-MILE RBCOKD HOLDER.
YALE'S FOOTBALL PLANS
Squad Called to Report Wednes
day at Lakeville.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
New Haven, Sept. 10.— For the first time
in fifteen years Yale will start its practice
season in football away from home and
before colleze opens this season. The rail
issued this week by the manager. Carroll
Hincks, asks fifty members of the squad to
report by next Wednesday at Lakeville, to
be prepared for two weeks of preliminary
work before college opens.
Yale is the last of the larsre universities
to begin work, as Harvard and Princeton
have started drill in try-outs of the new
rules. Yaie's squad which has been called
together numbers fifty, and is the largest
to be summoned for preliminary work.
Yale has chosen the mountain? of Lttch
field County, with their cool breezes, as the
training home for the squad, believing that
the weather there would be well adapted to
early fall training. The dormitories and
large athletic field of the Hotchkiss School
will be it the disposal of the '■ -*•" squad,
and two lively weeks are expected.
The head coach, Ted Coy. Captain Fred
Daly an I Foster Sanford. the veteran Tale,
Columbia and Cornell coach, are expected
to take charge of the drill. Daly has been
in Canada all summer and Coy has been in
a lumber camp in "Wisconsin. Yale's vet
erans will report in such poor physical
shape that they will take little part in early
practice. Captain Daly-. Johnny KiSpatrick
and Harry Vaughan, end rush, will never
recover from injuries received last fall.
Vaughan may never play football again,
although he has sent word that he will
report next week.
Yale's eleven this fall will he built up
around the following nucleus: Ed Savage,
halfback; "Pop" Corey and Artrrur Howe,
quarterbacks: Charley Paull and Hessiager,
tackles: Jack Field, halfback: Brooks and
Naedele, ends: Hyde and Morris, centres;
Bmnson. guard, and Pete Francis, half
back. From the freshman squad the best
men seem to be Walter Camp, jr., and
It seems to the Yale's coaches that there
will be a great need of early games to learn
the new rules by trying them In actual
competition. Practice contests between the
first, and second elevens will be tried as
soon as the players are conditioned enough
to stand them, instead of waiting two weeks
for a line-up, as usual
FOX HILLS GOLF CLUB.
There were ninety-two >-:^'-i->s in the
various events at Fox Hills GoM
terday. The epeelal attraction was - h^
rge E. Armstrong medal, whici
. ■ the club championship, it started
with a qualify ins round eighteen holes medat
play, .scratch lt> to qualify. Those to qual
ity were H. K. Armstrong, 15; A. F. Kam
mer, 79; W. Van Loan, »; B. T. Al
J. W. McMenamy, *i: Lloyd Tefft, ■
Cozens Hardy. 85; Gfeorge Armstrong, 89;
B H. HiUdcr. 93; M. Pram, SB; Harold
The Brooklyn Cup, presented by B. T. j
Allen and Hubert Gardiner, was 'a second
attraction. This event .-ailed for an eigh
teen holes medal play handicap, sixteen to
qualify. These qualifying for the club
championship will be ineligible for the
match play for the Brooklyn Cup. Those
fortunate enough to qualify were:
Gross. H'cap. Net.
"W. S. Kimball *7 IS .- !
E>. C. Johnston ... - t; 13 73;
C. Todil Moffett 87 13 74;
E. S. Powell I' 1 " -•" 75
B. C. Lod«r 1"' 2« 75 |
H. H. Lloyd ••- 15 77
L. S. Hubbard..... M IT 77
E. Helkei ft " 13 '-'■
A. H. Thomas S 7 8 71)
H. R. Anderson ' ; '- M 7:»
E. S. M Wade I'M 9 79 j
I. S. Conklyn ■■ M 17 79
S. H. Pope .... .... M 8 7S
J. B. We* •-■■tl !H 14 &0
<i. ,'.,noT»r MS 22 SO
Albert Bi-itt ... 96 1* 80
In the play for the Labor Day trophy,
in which there were seven ties. William F.
Prior's I©- 28— 91 carried off the honors,
securing the handsome trophy presents by
John Ml Ale on nn John McMenamy, the
former States Island champion, has a lead
of 20 points on the consistent golfers' |
trophy ami this much coveted prize will in I
all probability become him. Th-> usual
Classes A and B handicaps war* also on the
programme, and they resulted as follows:
Gross. H'rap. »t.
V.- V Klmhall f£ }■» «
K. c Johnston M 13 TJ
HE. Armstrong •■' ■ <■»
W. W. Van Loan *;> « 2
H. H. Lloyd »- ':: -l
A. F. Kammer «•' - *•
uvi Tern , s^ ,| LI
E. H^lk^l •" ! ;; 5; ;
V. T. Allen ....... ....... so - i s
John aleJfsßamy >; " <s j
W. F. ■■'" /!'! m 72
b. S. Powell 100 .-.;.; 2
B C r.oder tot -'> ••>
'.. Gardiner .« Hi ?5
E. P. McWade IJJ -•> ■■<
L. a Conklyn ■>* .'/, '.'•>
r, Conovw »«r '-- |5
Albert Brltl * « SO '
Thomas Talnnok ' !' ;
jam. s •■: ■ Uth " '" •"• j
_ ■ . !
ST. ANDREWS GOLF CLUB.
There was a three-cornered tie In the
medal play handicap at tl - St. Andrews
Golf Club >'■-!■■ : ■''■ A Card en, A. W.
| Hunt and B. i., mi;, leading. Th« tie wilt
'• be played off this week. The nu:dal has to
be won three times to become the property
of a player It his been played for twice.
The leading scores were as follows:
Gross H'cap. Net.
A. Carrt-n ■>: '- TO
IA. W. Hunt • • ■ ■•• ■" ';' '■
ii. Lamb v - v (9
VAN VLECK SHOWS THE WAY
Leads Field in Class A Handi
cap on Montclair Links.
Both match and medal play kept th»
members of the Montclair Golf Club on the
move yesterday. In the Class A eighteen
hole medal play handicap C. E. Van Vieel
won. with 70 net. assisted by a 9-atralM
allowance, while R. R. Hampson showed
the way in the B division, with S2— l4— «S.
The first match play round for Septem
ber cups in Classes A and B also were de
ckled, and several hard fought contests
resulted. A. F. Stone and J. I. Simmons
finished all square^ and will have to play
their match over again. The scor^ and
summary follow: , •
CLASS A — HANDICAP.
Gross. H'cap. Net.
C. E. Van Vleck 79 9 70
J. Hodgsm, jr 7.9 * 71
S. H. Locketi A 4 74
C. J. Turner 81 6 73
J. A. Allen S2 7 75
F. W. I >-.*.■ «> 5 75
Paul Harrison 7* -.2 76
R. ■■ K>rr 87 11 76
H. G. Plimpton ■ 8 77
Jason Rogers Si I "
Walter Brown » 9 2?
J. T. Toad 88 8 *>
E. A. P clcwood 91 • S
.V M Goodlett, jr 94 '-_ ■
J. I. Simmons 91 - » ■
CLASS B— HANDICAP.
R. R Hampson K 2 It 6S
J. C. Garrison ?•*• -"• ii
A. L- Pi»rsoa §& :+: + •'
IV B. CravatS C 214 >•
R. 3d Ferris 92 12 7^
J. C Plat: 92 13 •»
G. R. Fosarty M 14 ■
B. T. WUcos i 94 14 SI
W. H. Clou^h «• M b "
Class A (first round) — C. E. Van Vleck beat
C J Spencer, 7 up and 6 to play: T. W. Ma:«y
beat W P. Parley, by default; J. Hodgson. Jr..
beat J. T. .t.i. sup and 7to play; C. J. Tur
ner boat Walter Brown. 2 up and 1 to play; J.
j, K'.rlcaWv beat A. R. Allen, by default; A. '.
Stone and J. I. Wmaow, all siuar^; te Harr
, . -- 1 up ii. '. P.mipton
beat H. G. Hfarntoek, 1 up.
J. c Platt r-^ar J. C
Garrison. 3 »r> and 2 to pfay; R 11. Ferris beat
J T Phvf>. I up fl9 hol<=?>: VT. B. Cravath beat
C. R. F.taarty. 3 up and 1 to play; W. H.
C!»., ? h tK-at W. R. Hotchklss by default. B. X.
Wilson, a by-; .Tames Ramsey, ■ *y. E. ■• l
<jray, a by: Ottla Rockwnod. a bye.
BALTUSROL GOLF CLUB.
C. J. Sullivan played in his baal form at
the Baltusrol GoU Club yesterday. In the
postponed final round for the sprlnsr cup
Sullivan defeated I>r. D. W Cranberry by
a 4 to 3 margin, incidentally eoinsf round
in 75. which equalled th*> amateur record
for the links.
The bogie handicap. open to members
hose allowances ranged between 14 and
19. was won by J. A. Philbrick. This player
finished 3 up, assisted by bis 11 SSJ han
dicap. The second round for th* Septem
ber cup was also played, and there was
also a sweepstakes, which resulted in a tie
between William Watson and W. E. Mnr
dock. because of the rule which does not
recognize anything leas than 74. The scores
and summary follow:
J. A. Philbrick ■ 14 3up
.1. t> Warner.... ™ , f....
T (- Watkin* » 3 4 down
h. p. Aico« :::::: » 4.J->wn
William Watson ~Z% Ik 5S
W. E. Munlock £•' *? ij
C. H. Daly »l l.» 3
F. N. I- r!hwalte ■*• -'■ I"
F. A. Wright ■ 2
J. S. Woodward « " i»
J. A. Bowne 9 - 1J ls>
a».w -ay and Ito play; V ■- - ir &**
\dam-" "r. 2 an and 1 to play: F. N. rowper
thwa^t- beat J. S. Woodward 2 up and 1 to play;
FA Wright beat G- Howell. 4 up and - to
DUNWOODIE COUNTRY CLUB.
Red card medal play competitions In three
classes, as well as match rounds for the
president's and vice-rresidenfs cups, filled
the golf programme at the Dunwoodie
Country Club yesterday. y In the A division
F. I". Adams led. with a card of 79— 9—
while J. H. Sidell, with 93—22—71. showed
the way in the B set. E. C. O'Reilly,
thanks to a M-stroke allowance. led in
Cia?s C. bis card readinsr 94— 3S — 65. The
course was crowded all day. and a trfja
gallery is also expected to-day to watch
a four-ball professional match in which
Atec Smith, the national and metropolitan
open champion, will take part. The scores
and summary follow:
RED CARD — CUAS3 A
Grow. H'cap. Net.
F r Adams. 70 ■ 70
W. E. Conklyn. |*» • JJ
W. L.H«U.... g JO JL*
j. G- Hampton !•> •«
RED CARD— CLASS B.
JH. SHUH ■ '*> 5 Ii
S L. Bn.iitman :>•% -*2 •*
K. H. Hoskins M II 3
E. K. Bancroft M IS •"
RED CARD— CLASS C.
m C O'RftMy M M P
p p-ir- V^ M "J
E. B. Swanson 108 36 72
U. It- Caraway tag 30 i 5
First round — .; B Clark b«at H. T. Mar
•hall by' default; A. O. Lawrence beat E. F.
Fletcher. 1 up W. W. Harris (»..■ W. L. Hall.
4 up and 3 to play: Z. T. Miller b#at G. H.
Thomas. 3 up and 1 to play; A. J- >•■».:-.
beat A. G. Kirn » up and 2 t<> play: A. A.
Ahearn beat C. Row*, by default: W- E.
Conkl; beat F. V. Adam* lup and 3to play.
First round — It. H. Hosklns beat W. R.
Moon, i up and 3 to play: F. U Bridsman
tn-at R. F. Tutter, 4 up -in.l a to play: T. E.
iianomft -,•'■.! Stevenson, Uy »Wault;
E E. beat & Olln. 1 up (^7 holwi: F. ■
l'ric* beat H. Caraway. i up; I Ko«le beat
E B- DiuHiwn. 5 up and 4 to play; C. O.
Henry li.-at W. P. Baa 2 up and t to play;
5 C Welling bent S. C- Dentr. 3 up and 1 to
vUi ' THIRD SIXTEEN.
First mum!— E. A. Holdeo boat J. A. Dal
lon. by default: .1 J- Hamilton beat J. W.
Weittm. 4 up »nd S t t i play; W. Ali'Farland
1., a \ W. H. Culd\>ell. ' up "'' .-. 10 play: E. 1-
K.-iioii beat W. H. Klllnu»r»». 2 ut> an.l 1 to
Play X. K. C.illanU beat W. '' Hruy. ' up:
W. "\V. Bati tx k beat C. H. Siison. I up: E. E.
Andrews brat G. H. Oillrtt. 7 up and 3 to
Vlay k FOtTRTH SIXTEEN.
First round — X H. Goff« beat R. N. Bar
thaiomew 7 up antl «( to pl:iy; .- P. Pavenport
h^al .1 A l.uml. 2 up and ■ to play: W. A.
Mi'.Ugun t-e»t R Anpl«Kate. a up and 3 to
■| lr £ h. Mt'Liiuihlln !.,«• E. W. Churchill.
1 up' P -I Donlin b*at E. T. Ro""a. 2 up and
1 lo'pUy L. B. TJ Yean b«*at I H. Hutoff.
4 oo and 3 to play.
LOW SCORING THE RULE
Two Hundred Golfers in Practice
at Brookline. *
MANY FOUR-BALL MATCHES
H. Chandler Egan, with W. 3.
Travis, Beats F. HerTeshoff
and Walter E. Efan.
'B- T»!-*ra?h la Ti Tribune]
' B«i3ton. Sept. W.— Aspirants for national
golf championship honors, nearly Jt-o. hrra
dred strong, practised diligently over •'-•»
links of the Country Club of 3- «ic?inß> to
day. Some failed to sho^r their beat paces,
but as a rule -on th« low aide pre
; Fn-ir-l ' matches *nsag»>rl most -" th*
favorite?", and in one of th^se irmtrps Walter
J. Travl?, of Oar-len C* and H. Caaaaasasl
Eran. of Basßonr. figured as a wlnnrn?
combination against Fred Herr<^hofr. ??•.•
I metropolitan champion, and Walter E.
i Egan by -i 2 and 1 nar?!n.
It was a match that perhaps ha? nnrs
bearing on the outcome of the tournament
than any •■' th* lav and strengthened tse
idea that the Chicago errot:? is exceeding!?
formidable in th» contest for the title. *'?
uratively thai for a golf championship only
1 resemble? in its long and. sustained effort
a Marathon race.
IL Chandler Egan topped - " *'-» ■-<•»*
round of the four with a 3 on the home
ho;«. ,i, to a forty-foot put. Hugo R- John
stone had a 3 h»r«\ Ida approach nearly
holing for 2 and also a •", on the seven
teenth. H. Chandler IJEgaa did 7C.
Travis was out in 43 and home in *»for *3.
but lifted on the home srreen the only ap
proximation. Barreafu I was not groing
very well, beirisr out in C and « in, btit
with two approximations. Walt*^ Eean,
with two ■maniliiainmiai : 41— +>— 51. He
I had a marvellous i on the ninth, where th-»
I Far is 5. Walter hooked hia drive into the
! *>dge of th«» trees and among bushes. Play-
Ir.c out well, the ball nearly went into th*»
; brook, hopping over the bank with a hang
! tn« He. Going at it sb -_• with a maahi-.
the Lake Geneva golfer laid th© ball dead
to the hole.
Mit Behr, the New Jersey champion, and
j E. B. Schley, of Morris County, won from
; F. H. Thomas, of that club, and Archie i
I Reid, of St. Andrews, who had Mi first
; trial of the course, by - up and 1 to play.
j Dehr did 53. There- were more over al than
J under by a ... majority, although con
: ditions were, good for scoring and the plna
: were in the same places M on Friday. Gll
man P. Tiffany, of Xewburg, and Karl Mos
ser. the Tale golfer, beat R. H. Kovey. or.
i necticut State champion, ani*. Dr. A. 3nulf.
! of Massachusetts, by 2 and 1. TuTany
: did 73.
Hugo R. Johnstone, of Myopia, was
Joined by Kipper Campbell in a meaning
: "match against E. S. Armstrong, o* Atlantic
City, and Gil Nicholls. the Wilmington pro
fessional. It was a terrific driving match
' '■<*•-■> .'■--•■■■ and Nicholls, both pre-
I eminent In this part of the bom while
' Campbell was as hard to sal a3 at Brook
line, his home course.
The match began at the ninth" tee and
the threes by JetßaatosM on the seventeenth
■ and eighteenth made his side 3 up, with 5 to
' play. They stood lam _-'-_- short
. seventh, which was halved in 4, and gay«
| the match to Johnstons and the Nipper 19
j 2 and 1. They halved the eighth and waded
; in. The best kail card, arranged in the
regular order, follows:
A Nassau County Club pair, F. C Jen
nings and T. D. Hooper, were beaten 1 up
i by C. Smith and George T. Brokaw. of New
! York. Brokaw's hard 4on ■■■ home hole
i won the match, for he approached from the
I road before the green and holed a 5-foot
: put. Robert C. Wat?on. Westbrook, and
; James A. Stillman won, from C. I Mac
, dcnald. National Golf Club, and Louis Liv
ingston. Westbrook. by 2 up. Watson was
under ■»• Gardner. White Oakland and
George L. Connolly. Siwanoy. w»re> I down
: in a 13-hole match to the Boston piay-»rs.
| Brice 3. Evans and I. W. SmalL White
'■ has not b»en over SO a; any time and Con
nolly on Thursday did 77.
Low scores ruled which in another match
■ ended a!! square, the opponents her the
Chicagoans. Warren A. Wool and D. EL
Sawmyer, against Albert 3<=.-k-»i. intercol
legiate champion, and John F. Shaley. Jr..
of the Deal (New Jersey) Golf and Country
Club. Seckel had two 4.- for 74. but an
unhappy finish in " and « left him 77. Wood
also had 77; a- ■---■- . cO. and Sawyer. !h>.
Several have minor changes to surjresr.
on the holes, but the course has praise
from all as an ideal spot for the cham
WEE BURN GOLF CLUB.
Stamford. Conn.. Sept. 10.— In the qualify
ing round for the championship of the . —
Burn Golf Club to-day, Chester S^Ueck led
the field with the good score of 3S— Si— T7.
The otfiers who qualified follow:
9 X. Plan ■ . ... 42 +■'. >5
Gerrii .-=mt:h . -K> 4» SB
'■ B. L. soriHf! . . . *- -»:: •.«►
I C. WiUki *.i *,; -4
5. MM! '•■»**
H. c«v« 46 ■ m
■ E. E. Rhiashar v 47 :>5
Among the scores in the consolation
! H. S. (Timmtnzs . . '*■ 47 9T
G. P. Geoirich -• 4.> :>^
' F. A. LuokwooU . /...-. 101
D. E. Wootlburv 3t ."» I<U
IW. W. Travis - ■_■ tsi ja V»v
! PLAINFIELD COUNTRY CLUB.
; [By T»l?srrspJi to Th* Tril>un«». ]
Plalnfleld. N. J.. Sept. W.— At th» Plain
field Country Club to-day an eisht«»i»n-hoi*
medal play handicap was the Bsal ■
The best scores in both classes wm* as
• >. -
ITT. H. ■ sen - *• 12 7^>
|r. •;. Hull. f* 1* ">
J. E. Erickson ■ 1» '■*
Frank C Taima.i ? « S« • 6 89
E. J. Patterson *♦ 2t> 74
T. W. T. MAXWftll 9» it J>
R. C Brown **•» -•. T*
H F Fox •* '> "*
John V. F»kmai! tOft -*' ■*•
The Park Golf Club links were closed to
day on account of the death of one of Its
members. Francis Delaey ■■■'.-
HaaalMi the Apawamis Club took part
in th»*Qualifying round for the club cham
pionship yesterday afternoon L- •;• a ■
led the field with a net score of S3. i
stroke better than his nearest comptltor. B.
H. Barnes. Those who qualifl^i were:
U G«!urtoy. >3; B. H. Bam<*s. *4: W. M.
*>l«.- tr SS: S. Pe'-unisv. »r«; C M. P«n«c?cii.
S*. ' J x H^k. v->:v ->: B- M*yer. «9: W. H.
'..,•• a»: A. O. Taylor. SS>: S B»!t»l!». <•»:
a b. \Va!d.-n. t»»; C 11- OOBMT, 91: T. B. L^IU.
•I; T. S. Keller. J*3: ft «anN>rn Smith. S3: H.
M." r«wprrth»-aii«. 0-; J. V. Wathm^y. 92.
WOODMERE COUNTRY CLUB.
In the nine hole medal play on the ttatfca
of the Woodmere Country Club, at Wood
m*«re. Lous Islrtnd. yestenlay. f Tarry Ho
mans W«S the winner, with a cani cf 97.
The next be?t card was I^-. turned Ii by
. Monroe Jacob*. r>. C. AlcAvoy was third
with ! 4- The other cards turned in were
as follows: ■ '-■• _L
I .f 1.. Phiprw. 107: C. T>. Magee. ieS; E. \v .
Hamnwns. IK: J- H derail. 114; H. C
Fisher. 113: W M. O. Ujon. i:>; Janiai
Frank, il s; J. V- Alorsenthau. 113. and I
C. Tine, 118. '_
MORRIS COUNTY GOLF CLUB.
[ny<Te!«Kraph to The Tribune. 1
■MorTtstown. N. J-. i?ept. 10— Play for the
President Lansom H. Thomas cur* and tho
' Grinnetl Willis cups at the Morris County .
Golf Club this afternoon brought out many
golfers Genrse J. LJtt!e. I>r. Granvtl!* if.
: W^ite nml Theodore White each nnisheil
3 down and to each were awarded two
points tuber scores were: E. W. Van
Vlecfc. 4 down: Chancellor JJahlon Pitney. '
5: rharles W. Harness. 5. and R. A. Graa