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THE SUN, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912.
FINE EXAMPLES OF THE HANDSOME SCOTCH COLLIE
KIRBY, AFTER A POOR
COLLIES SCOTCH, WHY?
CHAMPION l.MNA SELECT, A FtlEQUENT WINKKfl nK.VCHED DV 5IISS Bfl.l.OCK.
nllKVNTII.NK. (U'.niU.IA OK Till: KAMOl.t MHI'III, H.XTURM VKIl KENNELS
START, WINS AT TUXEDO
Oil Tiffany, One Up in the Morn,
ing, Beaton Eventually.
3 and 2.
Then Answers Himself, Dating
Breed's Populiirity to Vie
FINE GOLF AFTER LUNCH
CHA IlLKM A X K 0 NEATEST
Enjrlewood Player Goes Out in
Brilliant 34 Watson. Jr..
rnmons Snble nnd White Sire
Cnnsed (evolution of
QUERIES DOG FANCIER
"The Scotch collie Why Is II Scotehr
queried ii well known dog fancier tho
other day when t nlkl np over the history
of this favorite breed. He surely knew
more about the matter In question than
the comparative novice to whom he was
talking, and proceeded to relate hln facta
and propound hlH theories until the prob
lem was solved, nt least to the satisfac
tion of the fancier and his friend.
Going back to the beginning, not of
the world, but of the dog show world,
the first dog show was held at New
castle on Tyne In 1SG0. It was a small
affair compared to the massive exhibi
tions that attract thousands of visitors
on both sides of the water at the pres
ent time, but even then the dog attracted
us It does to-day the attention of the
ultrafashlonablc, nnd the shows ob
tained so much notice that Queen Vic
toria of England became one of the pat
ronesses. Five years after the tlrst show,
when Victoria was at llalmoral, a colllo
Pleased her and It was Immediately se
lured for the royal kennels. That collie
surely wu Scotch and forthwith all col
lies beeamo Highlanders, If not by birth,
at least by adoption.
As a mutter of fuel there wero as Rood
collies In Kngland and Wales ut that
time as ever could be found In the heather
covered hills of old Scotia, but the Queen's
dog was Scotch, and ever since the breed
which the royal purchase did so much to
Iopularlze, has been credited :u the land
of cakes. The Immediate result of Queen
Victoria's purchase was a rush by the
aristocracy to fall In lino and inoiiey was
spent lavishly by the nobility to acquire
tho best of the breed. Scotland suffered,
for of course Inroads wero made by tho
Kngllsh across the border. The best of
them crossed the lino and having once
reached England they stayed there until
American money In large quantities sent
them on a longer Journey over the sea
to this country.
In tho early show days there were
many of the blue merles on exhibition,
though In some quarters that type Is
thought to be a product of later day
breeders. In the main, though, the collies
In most favor were black and white, or
black, tan nnd white. The supremacy of
dogs of these colors was maintained until
Charlemagne whs born In 1N79. He was
the tlrst of the sable, and white to show
the real points of the collie and his
ascendancy to the throne was the more
lemarkuble because the other dogs In the
same litter that produced this champion
were so Inferior that they did not resem
ble collies at all. The grund conforma
tion of Charlemagne and his attractive,
color caused a rage for the sables that
ha lusted to the present day. An occa
sional good blue merle was shown, but
II was not until matrons of that color
were bred to such well known sable dogs
as Anfleld Model and Soutliport Sample
that good stock could be reproduced with
any certainty. Then It wus found that
the old strain retained the color and
nt the mine time acqtit.rd the more pyr
in, t points that until then had been a
dli-tlngulshlng characteristic of the sables.
American money llrst began to annear
In the market for rallies In 1 ,'.. iien
one of the leading Importers of the breed
wus A. S. Apgar. Jim Wnton nlso
hroupht over a dog which wa sold to
.Mr. Lindsay and shown as Ilex. He won
at the New York show, and the quality
of dogs shown here then may be judgid
when It Is told that his purchase pi Ice
was only $2.V Jenkins van Schalch, presi
dent of th American Colli. Club, was
also one of the earliest Impotters. to be
followed hi Dr. Kownle. illtchell llm
ilson, J I'ierpotit Moigati, Samuel I'niei
in)cr, William Kllery of San I'r.inclsco,
H. II. ilutiu-eiford of Chicago und J F
Hrown ut Chicago.
The gieat rush fur cullies lwg.m when
W. I". Mason, owner of the Soutliport
Kennels, came to this lountry for the
llrst time eight ea ago. Xmr he and
ills dogs have become "Uch a power I
the collie world that S0 per cent, of tl
prizes given air won by dogs that are
liner nwneu oy nun oi sum oui oi ins
V.ennels. lie made lil tlrst strike in this
countiy when, after his ariiv.i with the
ittl 1':.'.u-'lv:,.r,"1'.1 ",rf,',:Lu'"i1ii,"i, :'i
earned the ptetH champion, their names ' V ' ' ,,.,; . .. . ",.., ,j '., ,
being Palled Patent, ., Soutliport Str.it- hnporbitlonV i lli I ' ,. .. ,'
. gy. Aimand-ile Piccolo and I'm bold '" ..,,;,! , j
........... .... v.v.-v
The Morgan team swept the ho.nd
if the (irl7.e and tuduced Samuel l inri
mei to j-end his kennel man to ling
land to Inif dogs that would lower the
rolors of the Morgan irnpoi tatlous My
this time Mr Mason h.id l.tiini'il to
England and Joe Hun. II, who repie
setiteii Mr. l'nteimei In the deal, bought
the dogs, but he bought th-tn of Mason.
The animal purchased tn defeat the tinted
llnanrler's entiles wne Champion Suuth
port Sculptor and Champion Soutliport
Style. Tlmy did the tilik anil Mr I'ntrr
nyer lias been nn .n!hu"ln-tii collie
man put shirr, while Mr Morgan has
letlred fuaii that particular Held A
Mar Intel the owner of Urrystone kennels
bought Cli.unploti S'lune of Tytton or Mr
Mlisoll foi the ircmd tlgUIr of JI.r,(Hl,
Hy breeding Southpoit Patricia to Smith
port Sninplo Mr Ciitn myei got the
gie.it ilog In his kennels to.cla), Oiey.
stom Patriot That dog nliradv has
rimed 11 points towatd Ills champion
ship prell nnd barring urrldents will
K.ithei in the lem.'ilnlng point at the
Mlneola show. That will make the ninth
champion that Soutliport Sample has Hired,
brsldr getting Sr.'i wlnneiH slnir his at
jlial in thK iiiunti) two j ears ago
tlrrstoiir (lleani, Mi I 'nterui)'er's
best bitch, Is bled the same way as
1 '.it I lot. but hi an raillti litter Slut
will b. a rhiimplon soon, an she already
has won at .New Votk, lloston and Wash
ington Of the good ones ollHIde of the
Southport strain In the lire) stone kennel
is On ston. illoiltler This Is n grand
.log .mil was hied hy Mr l'ntermer
from lir.slono Pirlfiti
Mis Uiillocl,, of WeM Siuihur' , Conn.
Pas a tl in- rolllr in Imna Select, n full
rhimiplon who tins been round the circuit
.ml has onli had to lowci hi lolots to
lil.Vhtolle I '.It I lot S!,. nl.so has II gil
bllili In lllue l.uua. who lini not been
shown reiinil1,, iiti.I anothi'i In Champion
Meihtta Mrs i. I. AnilinsM. of Nutley,
,N .1. lias In Southpoit Stamp one that
Is soon due foi a rhamploii!-lilp. Mnad)
this one has won at li.linoiit Park and
Ne.'llly nil the Wellllhl rolllr ow'liels
hair lni.rleil Hie doi, thai win pilr
for them, but W T I'enloii, vli . president
of the I'll st National Hanli of Chliiigo.
Is a fanner that believe In bleeding his
own rhiiirjplo'o Por u sire he has rh.-iui-plon
KrtUehv Maiituls and brndlng him
to bltch.il bought In Ihigland he ha
proline.! Ini w.tineiM fioni the last two
Km a long time v. i: Mnsi.n was con
trnl to bind hi dogs In llngl.ui.i, bill
for the past two yen is he bus hi en ln
trirst.d In purling Unit the rolllr ran b
bud In this lountiy with Just as goo.)
n suit A lsll to his Southpoit K. un. ls
on thr oulsklils of Itldgrwooil, N J ,
hist Week to look over thr dogs sliowrd
Soutliport Sample, rallrd "thr daddv of
them nil," In all his gloiy He s not
for sale and I seldom put on exhibition,
Vut has produced home great litters sin
h:s Installation In thr .insey w ds to
piov.i Mr Mason's nssntlou that thr cl.
inalr and conditions air a good for
lire.. ling In this countiy as In Kngland.
Miioug those bnd In I !t 1 n tliat took ptl7.es
in Soiilhport Soiiico . Ni thermulr Pxrim
pie, owned by Miss Cow line, of Mount
Carniel, '"onri : Souiliport Suce-s, winner
nf four tlrsl In lull and now owned by
I U lliydon of Seattle , Southpoit Ailsto,
owned b) W. M. Mi'VeriMin, of Atlanta,
This eiir he has by Soutliport Sample
ut of Southpoit Spouse the following
wlnneis. t-oiithport Seeptie, that won at
the Associated Sp.-cl.iltv Show: Southpoit
Sumptuous, owned by Mrs l.unt, of llelle
Me.ol, N. .1 ; Soutliport Sway, owned by
p Tlllex of CloM.r. N. .1 Soiilhport
Signal own. d by Mr Wi ltrier, of Piiion-
t I'i. SI mil... . lifif'l.iiiiM,t, ....... ....
b Mis Muikor. of Philadelphia, and
ouiiipon i-ai-ooio i nese are three m.
lis thai will bent for quality anything
bred in tin puvlous twiniy )ears in tills
Made Happy When Let Loose
Among Daisies at Morris
Jl'DGE J AH RETT TROUBLED
Female of Species" Full of
Fight Thorncroft, Marksman
Wins Newcastle Cup.
It was vvtdent as soon us one stepped
fiom the train at Convent station yester
day that the seventy-seven Irish terrier
which were benched at the Morris County
Golf Club grounds did not appreciate the
beauty of their surroundings. They lifted
up their voices In protest, and the only
part of the exhibition which they reully ,
cared for was when they were allowed to
scamper among the daisies at the end of '
the show. Dr. Henry Jarrett did the Judg- i
Ing for the show, which was th i-ecoiid
exhibition of the Irlh Terrier Club of I
Dr. Jarrett hHd little difficulty In Judg
ing the dogs, which were Hist on the list,
but the bitches were mote troublesome.
It Is especially true of the Iilsh terrier i
that "the female of the sped. s Is more,
deadly than the male," for In every class
two or more of the gentle looking crea- ,
tures displayed a dehe to tend each other I
limb from limb. I
Frances CI. PottcC Abbey ftedlly was
the favorite with Judge and sptrtators ,
Abbe) can do ever) thing cx cpt talk. The i
little lady has a natural m.ucel wave of;
a fashionable aubuin tone .md being a
little darker and longer hailed than any '
of the other terrleis made her easily ills
tlngulshable In the large! and miwt .mi
niated gathering Abbe) won the limit,
open and winners' i bis.e among her own
s,-x. hut she met her Waterloo when she
tackled .1 It Thuindlkes ciumiiinn
Tlioiieroft M.tiksmah. Marksmiu ismn
sldrred to have a bettet head .ind hi co.it
Is "hortei, which gave him nn .nH.iiit.'ite.
With small gallantry he wrisled ihe
lauteiM irom tn' uiir.um. i.uo i.oi in
the competition foi the New. . tl. . ap foi
.i. i.fct of either
Thorneioft Marksman . .. d.-chhil
v,,.tl,rJ ,0l,. he defatrd r.a-i 1 !-..i-
tw, .hbe ri.i i.v ,u,.i n.- s
T-t.oiiiaH s i.nocllilr i;ii,:uoii i i :u. c.i.en
Howard llould'H 'atl. a. .aid lb nib'r
was a good wlnnei In tl ul. judging,
which bioiight out puppies, iiovtee. .m.l
American bred dogs HI kenn.-l lomp.in
Ion, Castlegoiild llarker. was -erond in ihe
pupp) ad limb e rlas-i. ., hut John i',
llntes's lihurie) llaiidit rlalmeil .second
horiois In the limit class.
Marcus Ilrucklieimer's Hail-ni Kath
leen had enough vlctorbs to h.ne nun. d
hT head. She I onl nine mouths old, but
she did not i online hn .noit to the
puppy i lasses. She won six ribbon all
told, thiei. of which weie blue Mr.
liruckh.lmer has ownol Kathleen' fon
fathers foi seien geiirratloiu, which
make Kathleen feel quite at home in the
llriirkhelnier family, although her piesent
owner did not breed her. A Mhttght
Ji s Haughfell Peggy nnd liiorge s
Thomas's Pridcllffe Ibatrlx wne r;o.d
winners In the American bnd arid Junior
classes. Besides the llrst prlre of 110
which went to the winner of each class
their were innumerable specials, which
laligrd all the wav from mi dais to i'i'i
in gold A number of these went to the
champion of the show, Thornctolt Mack
man. The awards :
fhiH 1, Puppy Dogs- -Plrsi. lliwari
fioulU'H CjstlfgujIU lien. If r, .i ond. iluudr.t
ilnulil's i'artlrinul. llarkrr. ihlnl, John (
luim's llUrri. y lirlckhat
iMasi " Novlre lioifi l-'lrsi. ll.iwsr.1
tjuultl's i 'aNtlfii.ul.i lh-ndcr, seiun.1 Il.iMurd
liiaihrs I'lmtli'icuulil llarkrr, thtld, Juhn 1.
JUtcs's lllsrney llrickhat
Clam 3, Amrrlrun llre.l Hogs First, How
ard iliiuld'H I'aailecoul.l lln.l.-r Ni-c.n.l.
Juhn II llutrs'a lll.irnry llrlikh.il. third,
NMIinol 11 liiiins Jr'n Prince of uldlunn
I'los. f. I. hull I)o -First. Pr.niCfK II
Porier'n lil,e Plsbn), nrond, John 1
Ilutes'K lll.irii.-y Ilrlikli.it. third, M. N Hack-
nr's i iifirn'-roii i-iuninan
ihiss 1, fip,-n Ikjka First. J. H. 'rhurn
dlk.'x eh TlKirtii'rolt Murkunuin srcna.l,
rrainiA 1 I'ortfr's Al.be l'Uhuy. third
li. nlKO K ThonotH's Kli.l. llfTe HrUtil
i'Iiiss , winneri', iioss- rirnt. a ii umin-.lllc.-'s
rli Thornrnfi .Marksmaii ii-i. rw,
Pro in h i; I'.iit.-r's Abh.v l'Uil..
i'i. is 7. Junior Pegs, ti I, IK Months First,
I'ruiives il I'nil.r'" Ahbei l'l.ih'iv. seennd.
il.nrgi H Th.uii..' IliuliilfTe HrlKiitid. third.
llolar'l riuiiiirs i-astii gouin iisn.i. r
i 'lass s H'.r Mr. .I hy llnhlhlt.irs Firm.
I.thn I Ihit.s's lll.irni' llrhkhJt. s. r.et.l.
H. iA.ir.l II. mill's ('asili-Kiiiild ll.-nth-k. third
P. I Hush' llr.innMn's lllstli. isklie
('hiss 1. Puppy llltrh. s - First. W llruck-h.-lm.r's
Hurl. -in Kathleen, s. ciuhI, s, I'
.M.ii i Iii'h IMki i.itnl. H. hi. . third. .1 It
Thnrndlke's I'hnrnir.d i Wlnllln-
Class l'l. N.ohe initios First .M Urn. k-ln-lni.
r' lli.rl. iu K.iihl.fti. sioinl. T I'
M.irlln's i;.Iksi iitnh It. .hi.- thlid, John 0
lhitcs's 111 i r 1 1 llstty
Class II. A merit mi Hr.-.l lllirliis -First. A
Albright Jr's IMughMI I'esgy. si i mul
Koli.-tt M ulli.r's Thurnernri lllheinhi
third. John ! H.il.s'n Hhirnt-y H.-tti
Class IS, I. hull Michel. First. Pram.- il
Pnritr'H Aid") lie. Illy, seroinl. John il
Hutis's Ilia no y ll.llti.l.i. third. A Alhrlght
,lr '- II i in; lit. II I'i kk
( hiss 1.1. up' ii. Hlii'lu's- I'lrst. Frnnres i!
Porto's Alii"-) iti.nl, s. i onil Juhn il
li,rs's lllariiey iiiiit. ri-uii. third, A Al-
I. rlKhl Jr 's Haughfell I'tssy.
Class II, Wllill' rrt. HIlOus- I Irsl Frntii.s
II Porter's Allies He. Illy ri s.-r.e, ,1 c,
Hai.s's Hl.irmy lliittenup
class IS. Junior Hitches, C t.i 18 .Months
First. li.orK.- S Thomas's llri'lclirr. Delia -trlx.
Ks. otul M Hi u kin liner's llarluu Kath
leen i hint. I P Miiriln's D.i! . onil. Ilehh-
class Is. HlH lies Bred by F.xldliltors--First,
ili..ri:i S Thotiias' llnih line Hella
triv Ht.oinl. A Allirtvlil Jt 's Hauirhrell
V.ggy. Ihlnl. H. I' Martin's lMgi iiiinh l(. hl
i las li, iirioes- run. .j.oui . ii'iiess
hr.ue, s.imi'l, Frances ii I'orleFs hr.iu.
third, J II Thnrndlke's hriur.
i'lns p.. Veteran Iioks- First, John l,
llntes's ih lllnrn.-y ll.-.l.-oni r, seiond, Mrs
Singh ton Van Holmlok's Fat
Class .'n. ''ternn Httrhes Won hi- John
tl Datis's ch HI irney II. ssle
Class 21. Klud Hons. Willi Tun of Ills !et
Wnii by John (i Huns' n ih. Blarney He
CUs s:. nruorl Hitch. With Two of Her
l'rmturr Won by Juhn 0. Udtea'a lllurniy
newMnv jhihi mm Cescot a. c.
PFEIL'S 71 BREAKS EVERY
And His Fellow Members Are So
Pleased They'll Give Him
n Special Cup.
RECORD FOR YOUNTAKAH ;
(J(LFKKS HAVE A FULL 1A Y 'fJnA SWZSS: ii-'fc &
Tsylnr. W -M. 5V. II. C. Kenyon, 101 -23, 71; 1 S.
Wherler. ICQ JJ. Ts: i. S. Clsy. -M. TV. n. II.
1.':.... ... C... ..ITorrr. 1OT-- It. 7; l)r. F. I:. Ilttbolj. tOt-rin. 81.
I i ii i .ii-uiii. -i i i o oiuioiiu(i ,
l?inirs Out Divot Cutters
as Well as Expert.
W il I'fell broke all recon!. for Ihej
cotnse of the Vountakah Countiy Clufi
)fsterda. turning the course In .1 In I'l.MN'FiFl.ti.N J .Junei In the flrt round
a romp, tition ugalnt p u. .Mil. d b .1 . for prjr)c rhiimplonshlp at the
h.mdliMP of r. he Mulshed. 1 up. s cut (joif club to-day T (! Tltialey Iwat
Pfell's effoit broke I... ill the nmateiir ,md p c Sweeny .1 up and ; to play It V Car
professional murks the member", wne .enter brat (' II Mori-e .'i up and 4 to plav
so ..luted thai thev at once derlib d to
tiw him - special tup. . ii. ,''"'"
rililsh.il :! down, John llolmer I down
and IS II Hauling 3 down
l.i .1... fleut toon, I foe flu. I .. ..I t.h
. .... I'f.. I I..,,. " to. -.M.l C. ,, oil,
nip I fe.l bent st.rl . up and fi to p a.
TuurlKit l at (liubb u up and I to play.
lloli;.'' beat Benson 2 up, and Ark. i in. in
and V. hit.- llnlshid all sauair
iln:illf for PhllitrlrtpblM 'I'ltle.
s: Invtn's, 'a. June i C ('run p,
I'oiiiury Club II iiiinliier, SI Haiid's
(' II I'aix'on, lliiul Ingdoii Valley, i nil
Wiri I. ihoinp-oii. Huntingdon Viill-y
ti.il for lirsl place w ith ;s In tlie uunlifviinr
rounil oi tiii' i ur.1 ii pinn -u i i oi i-uiia.i"ipiu.i
iii-ilny Ihe best siu.-eu srorrs follow
I. Thoinpsoa, lltiiitlrirdon. 4? 31. 71;
(i . i rutnp. country Club, li'.i .m. 7-' c tl '
tuiton. unt rifilon. 4o .1. 7S. w II linrini-r.U
Si David's. -j 39, 7s: r V Krmble. Coiiiury
Cluh. io io. so, I, M. iv.nhhurii. St Dsvlil's,
4.' :s, so. II n l arlnml, nunlliigiloii, 3 4;, si.
(. II Thomas. Jr. I'hlUilrlplila frlckft. 1;
.III. si, II IV .Steele. Merlon. 40 41. SJ; V
H.-nii r. lluntlnt:.loii. 41 3; '.': II I. M llloiighhy
Meriun. f.' 41), S3, w II smith, Country club,
11 i.'. sj, A C WllllMiis. I'lilUilrlphU Crlekrl.
1:1 sti, 1;: 11 ii Prrrln. Mrrlon. 41 43, J: II 11.
New Ion. rrnnkfnrd. 4: II, SI. II Smith.
Buntln.'ilon. I.', .IS. M
I bmiiiiloilslilp at Forest Hills,
Colters Kwnrrnetl oier the links of the
l-'nrest Hill Field Club yesterday, the chief
1111 rut ivo being the qualifying round In
the club championship for the president's
,0111 presented by Herbert Taylor 'I hose
with scores up to 91 inclusive ijiiiilifleit in
the chamlHnslii set. .1 It. Carfleld lending
Ihe Held with a 79. I hose failing to make
the division had u chance to get into the
second sixteen, 'and they will light il out at
handicap mulch play, three-n uarters of
Ihe regular medal play luindicup being al
lowed. The tlra for the first round of
, the championship and Ihe second sixteen
I liuniploiishlp A I! Allsopp is Chrlstl. (Ut
1 l!rl! is. Ca-hiniin. llailrl vs Taylor. Itumsln
is r ' Allsopp, (iussmsn vs Snlniori, V. All
1 sojip is. Voorhrt-s, l.lntott s Whllmuu, llrllrr
vs. S) kes
1 Second SUtsrii -Srharps rs Dickson, Frier
1 vs I! i: Allsopp, Crimcll vs. Krrlner. Slotic
' vs Ituse, strnins s liennrily, Ktteblrr vs.
Si hootinisker. Wnihlnttun is. Lyons, Clilsholm
I I lie scores follow
l lt'l Hlursn J II. (isrfli-lil, 44 .13. A I:.
.Ml-opp, i. si, John J. Iluilrl. a 37, Hi; II
Il Chrlstl. 47 3fl, M, A. Sllirs, 14 -II. S5: V
Allsopp, si :i5. so: a. V Taylor, 4s ss, so, -p a,
Wliltman. 41 4H. S7, A. II. (iussmnn. 4S 3B, M,
II 11 CAshninn, 4n 4;. ss, Paul llrllrr, 4U 411, su;
K S Voorhrcs, 4B 4l.ua. II. II Salmon. :si lu.tki,
!.. S'l'tt! 11 A,lk""'''5' "
"'senHrtS V eVS" .'''., Allsopp. M .18. 8-,, W
( I'.mi ll. II is, 82. (( II Mxon. 12 II. ui; P A
Dickson, .Mi 42 . 02, Dr Wushlnctfiri, 4.1 47,
.1 W hinnr.t) 11 12, Hi; it Crier. ,vi il. m.
I. M .srhooriui'ikrr, .VI 41, 84, W 1.) on, .M II.
'I Chl holm, S3 12. M. W Hose. 411 47, 01,
Fnd Kitlner. W 44. 1. C I' T. Sclmrps, 11 4.'.
01. i; bui-hler, a 41, 80. F Sloiir, 10 in, 80,
w I' Strrn. w -4(1. mi
II hell liine Heller Than Unite).
llahdieap lomprtillon agninsl bogry
was lb b" at Hn' Hyker Mradmi lioll'
, l, vrsirrila, Tl.err were tltirlyonr
rnlttrs K. I. Illicit win he ivihhrr. fill-
l-hiiig I UP i In-scorr lollow
' I' I, I(ln-t1.s2 7. I up, M. Whlll.Mrh, 7n, plus I ,
1 down. 1' W Slilhlry. l-S , 3 down; James
I Mult, mi 7. I down. II. F While, si 3, 4 down.
F M I IK li. 11.' 111. 1 iliiun; li. F. Hunt, srratih,
is.', iilmwuN W Wills, ut -0,1 down; C J.CooU -
, all. si 2, 7 down
XI on I hi)
Tlir iiuiililyihg round nt eighteen holes
ineilal plav handicap In the Hernial monthly
roniprtilloii was tin- fralurr at Ihr Si
.xndii'ws (loll Club yesterday I here
was a lie lor Ihe lusl place which will br
ilrridui Hit it In the draw- Menken will
plu lliillii-rt. lor oilier. lO'lllrT .0..1.1 l.f v. ,.
s lint 1.1. 11 is .111 1 iioK alio iiurris'ii
v, Ihr wilinrr of Ihr I If. Tliosii who ipiflll-lli-ll
tvrrr as lollowh
A, ti. Md'ouk. liiu-27. 73; T. A. Matthews,
on .n . L- n, ,. -. V U ll(..l
s-l9, to, William c. Hill, t 11, 8t; C, W. Barnes,
A GROUP OK BLUE MERLES. SOUTIIPOIIT SALVAGE.
9 1!. DV. T F. Murtha. I0O-I4, M; J. U. Hunt.
filennry Lends I'lalnfleld'a Class A.
I'l.AixxiEi.n. X J.. June I. The uunlify Ins-
round for the June cup In both classes. I
first sixteen to continue nt match play, was
the ihief event at me riainnem uouniry
Club to-day. The play In class A was from
scratch and tnat in class u nsnuicap. me
jr!Aw. T. (ilrnnf, . u -. c.r.n
11. S. Ilovtlsnil, SO: II. It. MtockloD, si; a. j. nai
v,n. Hi: M. J liumnnt. M: Arthur Uurphr. u;
J. K. Krlckwn. N; C H. Mnrnp. SS: r. p. Hfln- i
hrt. Li: 11. ). irer. S5; A. J. HcKeon. 7: h. ti.
Mowv"-" ' btart'i-H-F""""B',,!
1 Cl' It s. T. I'errln. i-3l. u: R. C. Dlsnrke.
1.. it. van iiuren. OH z;. i. it. rims, iuj
mi.,: u ll.it. tln mi II. K?? ('. H lletnrllrr.
' ioh :i. hi: I.. H Miller, us- 2). ss.
1.. tl t.armn won the sneeimtike event
with a core of mi iv, 6, and ft. i". IlUncke,
Jr. and C M. Church were tied for second
plnte with a net score of 7o.
I'uar l.efl for Park Club Title.
.v Jioreii i'.n .J"''. 'leinilll
I- UU II I. iuii to.
,i , to pbiv I hese scores were returned
t, the weel.lv i onipetltlon for Ihe pie..
dent' and gull rub nip
J It Crernf Jr.. lou 17. 81. .1. V, tlsekllien
II-I - s O ' rirnirr, O wir .
lWi ,. ,;.M,r,..h ,, r :, , M Morrcll. ,
i0; n.ui nr 11 K Carrell, nil , i
l-'lne Scores l.eatl liter Deal Course.
lleslde a ImII Hweeptake the members
ot Ihe Peal (iolf and Country Club nuslined
....t...d,.v In two classes for Ihe June run.
W. V. Conover ami J. II, Turner Jr , tird
with card of Tt 4, 7.'., for flrl place in
K i lass. 11, 1 l.eanv hsl the neni tn Hie
11 division i th a card of ss 71 II Wl "nt(.ri (lersrh ,n.l Conboy. Klrhy sn'il
Hill won the sweepstakes with 117 .'.I. ,1 forlriilii-re.
j he -cores ioiio w
Class. A. W V.Cnnnier.TB . 71: J, II Tinner
.Jr.. 7J 4. 75; 1'. . licniUU. 70 :'. 7
W. V. Pea
ho.ly, Jr.. vi .l. so: il i; ii iisiuy, i is. su.
M.llitne.uj 15. 7.1 J i nnuin. s-. si. w u
Prlnlisnty. luo 14. W. N v.. Anlhonv, ua in.
So; J. II. HlKgins. ItC 10. S7; Alfred .Nathan, list
Clsss 11 n T lahy. ss 17. 71; J T rrnh
us si, 72. II. II Sutton, Bo -IS. 7J. .1. I.. Jordan,
1111 ?v ?u: William 11 Hers. 104- 2.1. 711. li. D
Smith. 100 m, so. .1 li. Newcoinbc. lit! 21, SI,
J. V llaggerty, B 17. M2: II. A. Watson, 1(0 -ill.
lonil IXIUS, ll 1. sj; 11 11. Mariionaiu.
1113 i7,ss:ii,v tun. lit) -3,S7; n. it. iiiftin, in;
20. S7: J. 11, Hagfcrty, 114
23, 01; A. 1! Stirrer.
1 4-21, U
Sweepstakes- II W. Hill. 7 23. 74; II II.
lUenrrty, BS-23, 7S: W. V Cnnovrr, 7B -4, 7S;
A "shrrer. 97 21, M; I! II Smith. 20, 76;
J XI llyrne. B2-IS. 77: W II. Drlahanty. U3 14.
7B, William It. Ilrrs. nil 21. 70; 11 II. Illgaina,
B 20. 7; II. K, O'llrllly. Bi- IS. SO. J. T. Smith,
sit-. si: P. W Krn.lall. 4-2. S2: A. Y. U.uitan.
lot)- 24, S2; J. T. tirimn. 7- IS. HJ; J. K ChlliU,
IU. 2S, S3, H. (i. tlarPonaul, iat-17, 19
Posey Has Good liar t Koi Hills,
In addition to handicaps In two classes
at the Fox Hills Golf Club yesterday
thete was a qualifying round for a trophy
presented by tl. W. lx'mheck. K. M.
Posay. with a card of S3 10, 7a, not only
tied with J. II. f-Mdclman In leading the
Held In the testing round, but also headed
the list In the llrst division of the handi
cap. In the Class II of the latter compe
tition 11 W. fllldea, with 10030. "0, was
the leader. Thoe who qualified for the
limbeck trophy were us follows:
K. M. Posey. S3, ui-7.1; J. II. Fdiliemsn. M. 10
7S; J, 11, t'ailln. M. B--74; H. Cotlns-llanly. st,
10 77; G. K. Fawrett. N, I&-74: 1.. S. Conklln,
Bl. 17 74: A. F, Ksmnier, 76, !-74; C II. Hart
lock. su. li- 74. II. S lloltomr, 78, 4 -7S: II. T
S.-olt, 81, l 71: A. II. Pot-son, S(l. 10- 70; S II.
Mr-Conn. S3. 17 79. I.l.iyd Tcftt. &. 8 7; F. M
Almaiulrr. 82, li 77; r llesrh, SI. 4- 77
Three Tie for llaltuarol Nireep.
Thete was a thicr cornered He In the
smites at the Ilaltllsrol flolf Cluh
orslrVl ') l"twrrn llowanl llasbrook.
will. U c.ld of -10. S. . J.dm I. (liven
K7 6, M. "I'd A I-.. Downer, with
San HrliiK Out Crescent (iolfers.
Hood weather luoughl out the largest
field of golfers seen tills year at the
grounds of the descent Athletic Club es
i..e,l.v. . Thr event was an elghliieli hole
, medal play and the winner wa V. A,
lirrbr, wlio returned a card of MI-22, 64
' Tin' seines:
V. A. Herhe. SA. 22 JI, F c Pennine, .so. 6--71.
-( ' ,Tn'S Wlrf &
"c SI .lihliir HI. h 7; li. li. Wfbrr, Wl, 22- 77;
i' a si.riii. in. ill. IH 77: C. F. Walileii. UI. 1.1 7s:
(j, , llntrr. Km. Is S3: F. Duii'lenlalr, 102.20
sj; c. s Knapp, 8, IS- M; P. Tlilrl. UiS. 18 S7;
I s N Miiran, li, IS si.
1 . , , -
l irls liner Ml lletl Rank.
K1.11 Hank, X J , Juno 1 Chattle High
School of Long Branch won the seventh
annual track meet held on tho Monmouth
Countv Fair grounds to-day. defeating
Aslnirv Park High by two points, .t'liiittle
scored :io points, Aslnirv l'ark 3JP Perth
Amboy i:i. Atlantir Highlands 6 and Beit
Hmk l. A ffvitur" of the games was the
7n vnril and '-'.'o yard uiishea for lied Bunk
lioolgiris, w no rueeii in nioomers, rami)
paser won the Hist event In ten seconds,
. , .iiioiit o 11 llii'i 0.1 1 cvrn-i. r.OVll C.I om- 1 mo .,
, aio'iii Htm .I.OLO II- 1 .,;', 1,1 vr v il '.
In Ihe 2'.'n x aril event Itollx Cotiovor flulslieil
llrst, with Pearl Worileu second and Fmlly
imaar third. The leigiie record for the
running liiuli Jump wns broken hy Daniel
Condon of Perth Araboy, who cleared 5 feet
I a Incbw
CURTIS TEAM LEAVES FIELD.
After Wranale With 1'niplre Game
Forfelteil i Morris IIIkH
Tnp plavoff of ,he tie whlch Msted
between Morris and Curtis for the base
ball championship of the Manhattan-Bronx-Richmond
division of the tourna
ment ended abruptly yesterday when
Manager W, It. Hayward of th- Curtis
team called his men off the Held In this
.l.h.h lnlnff ,,flMr n hitter wrnncle nr
a decision by the umpire. A week aso
Mnrils beat Curtis at Staten Island nnd
the tcult gave each team Oiree vie-
tne ic'lllt gave eacu irain inree iu-;
lories and one defeat. The came to srt-
tie the deadlock was scheduled for last
Thursday, but was postponed because of .
rain until yesterday, when It was p!.i)ed
i . i .ii i it- ii.- thrin ,h.i i'ort'4 Vo l !
ter ball yestcilay than did Curti m l
)i'.,l'1VnK.hl',....m!,StJo nfnrn Tn "t'he
thter In the third and two more in the
rt' i ' e;,.r rs. i,,.,i. n i
H-'l' -J"!?!'.'.'..?! ,':i'h. ir)l,!'of M. il. ! J
. ' '.; ...
lontlnued Into the sixth Inning and the
Curtis batters pounded him for four more
runs Neither team scored in the sev
enth liming and the runs Acre in to
T In favor of Curtis win n the "iphth
In this totmd Morris hammered out
n handful of safeties which netted her
fom lull-. When Curtis cam's to the
kit. Ixlrb), her p.tcher. had two strikes
call.d on him by Umpire Haffe KIlby
tanned wildly at the thlrJ ball and thin
took.il .iiound at Conlsj., tht Mi. iris
..' her. The latter air.ei.rN'i to hnie
I t I.N ' 'y for he h.nl dr.'pp'd Ihe
o;i uiltl lll'-ll lllioie 11," HlU'lll ! in II11HH
i ii, st The Curtis co.ieh.'r yrlled at
Kltln to run to tlrst. Kttbv not to tho
sack and was called af- Morrl pro-
tl .st, il on the ground that Klibv had Lot
tun lmturdliitely after striking nt the bal.l
Haffr sustained the kick and tevecsed
hi decision. Curtis then walked off the
neio an.i me gain.- ie luni-ntu
ii, n. n.
n ; .1 ; o o n 4 li n t
n o o i i o o io i: a
AMHERST IN TENNIS VICTORY.
After Kven llrrak In Single Dart
mouth l.oaes Doubles.
HsMvvrn, X II . June I Tint Amherst
lentils team defeated Dartmouth in a closely
played matrh this afternoon, 4 to '.'. The
teams split even In the singles, but the
Amherst players took liolh the doubles.
Johnston, the Now Kngland champion,
whs beaten hy .Nelson of Dartmouth in the
best contest sof the match
Slnslei Nelson. Dartmouth. defeated
Johnson. Amherst, 7 I, t 4, Miller, Am
herst, defeated Webber. Dartmouth, t 3,
1. 3 Tiumwa), Amherst, defeated Harmon,
Dartmouth, 4 (, i 0, 2. llugu. Dart
mouth, defeated StearU. Amherst, tv 0, 26,
Doubles Johnson and Mlllrr. Amhrrst. dr
fratrd Nelson and XVehbrr, Dartmouth, 2 d,
--:'. C 2. Tbumivay and Htouunl. Dart
mouth, defratrd llusua unit Hiirmon, Am
hrrst. 4. 36, 4,
BEHR ELIMINATES LITTLE.
(lain lllabt to Meet Pell In Final
of Crdarhnrat Tennis,
Seldom has Karl II. Hehr perfoimed
more skilfully than he did yesterday In
defeating Itaymond I), Utile 26, C 2,
It I, In the Bemt-flnal of the Cednrhurst
cup singles at the Itockitwuy Hunting
Club. Cednrhurst. I.. I. T. It. Pell like
wise required three sets Is-fore he ills
posed of Kdwln P I.arned by the score of
63, 3 li. il -3. Hehr and Pell will
niset for the cup to-morrow arternnori.
Nathaniel W. Nll.-s and Arthur S. Dab
nr) carried off the honors In the doubles.
They defeated Harold II. Hackett and
Hiiymond li. I.lttle, a past and present
holder of the notional championships, at
63, 16, tl 3.
Previous to the final Nllcs and Dab
nry took the measure of Pelnand Mnhan
by the si-ore of 6 4. 7 5, Hackett and
I.lttle scored thr other match at fi
love 6, 7 &, against Karl H. Hehr nnd
Frederick C, lliman,
MOORE'S TRAPS HELD UP.
London's lllar Strike May Hart Ills
Horse Show Cbnnor,
SprrW Wlr fl)lrt In Tin Sn !,,, ,'r, F.r-r.l It. Default Io
London, June 1 The dock strike has "
affected Judge Moole, who brought uvrr , ,,r" s"h"Hs at Mnrrlstovtn.
on the steamer MlnnewiiHlia forty horses Mis. Pirderlck Srhmltz, the former ln
for the International Horse Show. ,,oor tenuis champion, took the singles cup
These horses were lutided nt Tilbury, , In the tournament of the Moi rlstowti Pleld
but In the bottom of the huld nre all i.'iub ycstrulay on the default of Miss
Ihe Judge's couches and trupa. with n'ciai,,. c.issell of the llronxvllle Athletic
numntaln of cargo atop. Unless he gets 1 .Hsoclat!im. Miss Casseli won u sensa
them out tiulfkly Judge Moore's exhibit at i tlonal match In thr seml-tlnal round. In
the. Iiitrrnaflomtl Horso .Show ut t)ym-1 vvhlcli she defeated Miss Kdlth M. Handy
pin may be spoiled. . of thr Statrn Island l.adlcs Club, 9-7, b-
, love. Hut It was thr kind of u contest
. k lfc . .. . tliist sapp.d cvtiy bit of strength of the
Business Wants Southern Hni'lnK, winner.
The ncllutlon fur inclnir III New Orleun. A ,,l' ' 'J'" n' K' ' Which Miss
The agitation ror lac nt, in New tirleans (.UHJ(.n ,.,.,.,! .,,.,. Hvlrg (lf
Is BalnlliK strength. The business men of I rallies, both pluyeiH xxere almost III u state
the Crescent City liuve taken hold of the of cnllnpse. The heat and the violent ex
matter and the Legislature will be asked '"lion h.'.d been too much for Miss Handy,
io i,... ,,i,il.,i, l.m Tl. 1...1.1 t-o that the deciding set was praollcal v a
io pass it tiput.li bill. Th holel (eiiBtover for Miss i:ssell. She was tin.
and shop ktcpeis bay they huvo been al. a,i t take the court against Mis.
most lulned since the trucks wem closed Srhmltr. hnwox'er. and so the default In
four ycurs ago. If racing Is restored out- the final was recorded, Hy her victory
side promoteis will not be allowed to Mrs, Hchmltz becomes the successor tu
cut la. Miss Marls Wacner, who scored last )ear.
Scores First Victory Over Manor
Field Eleven Other
The champion Btatrn Island ctlcket
eleven was taken Into camp yesterday at
Uvlngston by the New York Veteran-,
who defeated them by a margin of 6! runs
with a wicket to spare. The home eleven
made an Indifferent showing against the
bowling of F. F. Kelly nnd A. Hosklnss.
The Crescent A. C. scored Its Initial
victory In the championship series by
defeating the Manor Field eleven on the
grounds of the Veterans at West New
Drlghton. The totals were Manor Field,
60 ; Crescent A. C. 69.
At the Prospect Park Parade Grounds
yesterday team B of the Bensonhurst
l.'i.lil Club won a Metropolitan League
victory at the expense of the second
V,"LrJ 2".v.'" i..t; ?. . i'i,.h
"" "c "-""
T.om n nt the Klnrs Cnuntv Cricket
,.nj .rnm H of the Colonials as
Twonon totals of 5.?o
,. . on totals of 59. to
?g,H "miss IS D CyNeale 12 and
$? , A;Vood 10 scoped double figures
I" 'V., 'l' ,,."' scorM aoUm' nBur"
for K,nB' ou'-,;
Declnrlng their Innings closed for a
. th tin r nine wirket.
'' wl Indians endeavored to dismiss
.. ...,. -nI, ...,,m i,,,. fnlled the Jeisev-
when time was culled, miming tne matcn
a draw. U. Unds. with a llncly played
Innings of 63. mane tne niR'irst inui
score of the
afternoon nt the
IIrookl)n scored a victory over Rich
mond County at West New Brighton by
a mm tin of 5f runs, thanks to the nil
around wotk of J. H, Hrlggs, who was In
rare batting mood and scored 5 4 runs
not out, out of a total of 00 made iiy
Time alone saved the Hensonhtirst
team In the r .Metropolitan ucngue game
with the Manhattans at Plrn'r Patk. Hut
one wlckd remained with 1. (1. Itlrkett
and I. K. Clarke ut the wickets when
t me was called with the home eleven
34 runs In a minority. The totals weie;
.Manhattan. 13. ; uensonnursts, :. 101
Seven games were played yesterday
at Van Cnrtlandt Park,, four of them
being scheduled In the league series. Co
lumbia Oval won their league game
against the Anglo-American eleven hi-
27 runs. M, l.omar pln)cd brllllnntli for
t ie w nneis lor s. anil 11. Mtmtn con
trlbuted 26. On the losing side I.. Shook
scoted 3i and P. ponte scored 23. The
totals were Columbia Oval, 114, Anglo
An easy victory by u margin of 117
runs was scored nv tne vongeis si
UooiL-e team In their league game ngalnst
the ht. tieorge eleven. A. It. Smith had
thr unprecedented anal) sis of S wickets
captured at tne cot 01 u sing e run.
The Van Cortlandt team won their
league game against the C.inieroo teum
hy a margin of '.17 111ns, thanks to som
spirneu iiitiing un tne part of I.. Co-
mucho, who scored 1 out of a total
or l-'U mane In- the wlnnlni; shle.
The Melbourne team defeated the York.
vllle team bv 30 luns with 3 wickets to
spare, hi, 1 nomas neat the New York
County by 76 runs with totals of 100
to 24. Iiermudlan and Newark had nn
rxcinns struggle, tno former winning bv
one run with totals of 40 tn 30. The
vxanuereis scored , against the Ma
Jestlc eleven, who totalled 42.
AMBROSE CLARK HAS BAD FALL.
Close Polo Match at Meadorr Rrnok
WrRini'rlT, I. I . June I -There was s
capital polo nialt-li at 3;.iu P, M. on the Mca
dow Brook field between the Blue mid the
Whites In which both played with rare
evenness up to the sixth period, which
closed with a score of .', to 41; In favor
of the White, who held the advantage,
closing the game in their favor with a score
ot 7'j to 4 1 j-
In Ihe third period Ambrose Clark's pony
slipped in wheeling and Mr. Clark was flung,
coming in lor 11 hard fall on his head which
lelt him stunned for a few moments. But
he pulled himself up after a while and
remounted. There whs u gathering of
twenly-flvr motors thit sped sway at Hie
cloe to be In nt the finish of the polo tnsU'h
al I'iiiing Itock that was held at s later
hour. The summary
llluc. t, Ambrose Clark, 2, A s llurdrn ?
Himllry Marlln, bark, I) S Vonstwlt
While. I.. IB. Davis; 2. c Uppleton; M. !
hllney; hark, rtohrrl llni-un, Jr
Score, 7'j In l' '1 Imrki-rper. Johuny Mac
barm HEAT SPOILS TENNIS MATCHES.
nepcatinc his sound tolf of a ye.it ago
on this course Oswald Klrkby of Kn?:-.
wood won the Invitation tournament of
Ihe Turdo Oolf Club yesterday. He de
feated Oilman P. Tiffany of Powrlton 3
up nnd 2 to play In the thirty-six hn
final. That the Knglewood crack had h'
work cut out for him may be gathered
when It Is stated that he was the under
dog throughout the early round. A wild
ness off the tee not Klrkby Into frequmt
dtnicultles and he never settled to his li-n
gulf until towatd the md of the llrst
Tiffany wns In a happy vein through
out tlie early stage", though with a 1 1 1 1 1 0
luck on several of the greens where his
puts ltppid the cup he might have added
still further to Klrkby's discomfort. It
Is .1 matter of record that Klrkby rarely
starts well on bis morning match. Ou
this occasion his slow start cainc. near
tiding disastrously. Tiffany was as lung
off the tee as the Knglewood man. hut
there weie times when tho former Hud
son Itlver (loir Association champion Ue
velopcd a sou of sympathetic unsteadi
ness. Coincident with the main match, finals
were run off In several other divisions as
well us an eighteen hole medal play han
dicap, thr lust named competition l-lng
won oy 1. i . Micuii, . . w. uaiui,
u'ltl, u ei.r.1 of 70. 772. In the second
sixteen. Pled Thomas of Morris count).
prrsldent oi me ;v.ew jersey niaic tjoir
Association, defeated W, W. Hoffman of
Newport by 2 up and I to play. In the
nisi nenicn eigiu i.. it. avmvy ui u;u
tusroi hud to play 41 holes to beat l(.
Terry of tne norae ciud.
To smrt the bl match. TttTanv be
came 1 up by winning the second hole,
where the approaches of both men
trickled over tne green io xne routn. ice
Poweltun man's tecovery, a niblick shot
tn wllhlii five feet of the pin, enabled
him to get a 4. A stymie on tlie nrit
grteti bothered Klrkby somewhat, though
Its doubtful If It cost him a stroke, as
the ball was u great distance from the
hole. At uny line tliey nnived in 4.
Klrkby squared tne maicn ai me nttn
with a 3 hi-.U then promptly lost the
next two. The I-onsmcadow, as the Hi
yard fifth Is ralud, was a comedy, ot
errois. ixlrituv- topped nis drive and sup
plemented this with a shot out of bounds.
Tiffany topped a second shot and aim
got uunrieteu, oui recovcreu sumcienuv
vvtsll to get a 6. Klrkby couldn't do
better than a 7. The Knglewood mail
sliced out of bounds to the short sev
enth, a mistohu that enabled Tiffany to
win the hole In 3 to 4. That made him
un. an advantage which was Increased
still further when he won the ninth In
3 to 4. Tiffany laid his opponent st)mle
there. The strokes were 37 to 40 in
favor of the New-burgh man.
When Klrkby dropped another boo
by losing the tenth, thereby becoming
4 uown, nis irirnus loosed concerned.
He had a fine chance to win the eleventh
after driving the edge of tho green, but
lipped the cup In a 6 foot put for a
3. Both brought off good puts for
4 at the twelfth green, which Harry
Vtnal. the club's nro. snvs la the heat
In the country. A moment later Tiffany
topped his drive from the thirteenth tee.
uui ins opponent naa tn noie "in nis
isocket" anyway, as he got a 3, thanks
to n useful 20 foot put.
mo rourieenm, a "Jordan noie. has
been Klrkby's hoodoo this week. There
Is a brook some 200 yards from the
tee and as usual both men drove with
Irons so us to keep short. Kven o
Klrkhv's drive, a trifle lons-er ihun or
dinary, found the edge of the water and
in attempting to gel tne nail away rrora
an almost unplayable lie he went plump
tnto the stream. After that he never hsd
a chance, for Tiffany, with a second shut
with a brassle, found the edge of the
green. This shot wus a neat one, by th
way, as It hud to be brought off with a
slice to get round a row of telegraph
poles running parallel with the railroad.
Klrkby broke his dilver on the fifteenth
tee. but got a long ball. Both made th
green with their mashlcs and halved In
4. Tiffany then weakened, overplay Inr
the sixteenth green, falling shy on his
stcond to the seventeenth and topping
this drive to the home hole, a serle of
mistakes, which teduced his udvantae to
1 up ar the end of the morning round. He
had n 76 to Klrkby's 78.
Klrkby was light another man In tlie
afternoon and although he made an oc
casional slip he leached the turn In 31.
good enough tu put him 4 up. He hid
situated the match at the ftist hole, At
the seventh he was out of bound twice
and lost, but won the eighth In a fine
.1 and the next In an equally brilliant 2.
Although Klrkby was out of hounds at
the eleventh nnd twelfth he won th
last named hole ns Tiffany putted weakly
After losing the fifteenth Tiffany founJ
himself 3 down, so that a halve at thi
next ended matters. The cards;
Klrkby, out... 4 .' 4 1 .1 " 4 4 t '.1
i lllanv . (ut.
4 -I A 3 ft a -i a fl. .1.
.X 4 4 .1 7 4 .1 4 4-M
4 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 !
4 .X .1 4 1 4 .X .X 2-M
b !. 4 1 4 .X .1 4 4 XI
4 ,X 1 4 a 4 ,X
.X 4 A 4 1 .X .1
Klrkb) . In.
Klrkb) , out..
'list Slatrrn Final round -Omnia Klrldn'.
Fnt-lewood. beat Oilman )'. TlfTn . IXmrltro.
X up and 2 to play.
Ilrxten Flfht, First Sixteen- Final round
P.. II. Schley, Haltusrul. beat . Tcrrj, T.nrlo.
t up 141 holrsi.
Second sixteen Final round I- II Thnn.4.
Morris I ounly, heat W. W, Hoffman, ,VKri.
2 up and I to play,
liratcn Klgnt Second Sixteen- Final rot-nd
W. It. Simons, (,'ar.lrn city, beat II Hero,
luacdn, hy default.
Tulrd Slitrrn-Flnal round A. Wrllirto.
Tuxedo, beat II. il. llavrmr)rr, Tuxedo, 2 i.pan
1 to play.
Handicap p, Watson, Jr., naltuuol. '
7. Ti. Y. V. ttoirrrs, llaltusrnl, 7i-S. 74. 0 r,
Mann, Tuxedo. SAS. ;.x; W. A. I.arnfd. Ml
tusrnl, H4-A, 76; C. S. I.ee. Tuxedo. S2-.
II.Sr.lgwtrk.Tuxctn. 3 s,7T;l,.lluar1I.Tuirda.
l.v 15. 7: . Owen Winston. Morrla roust)'. W
. Is: Archie Held, St. Andrrswa. AJ j, 7: 0.
lirrtniiay, fisrdrn city, . ,7B; 1 Sifveat.
Tttinlo.kX-14. XI; II. W. Helta. Tuxedo, a-.!-F.
V S. Crosby, Tuiedn. 10114, 7: Hnsard Van
Slnderrn, Tuxedo, loo II, SO. (i Draper, TuiMr,
111 is, la.
MRS. WALLACH WINS TITLE.
Minn Ktlna Wlldey lleaten In Fast
Tennla at Merlon.
HAVm-ORti, Pa., June 1 The final
round In thr Women's l.awn Tennis.
Championship touimunent of Penn)lvs
nla and H.istern Stale, which has been In
prftress on the courts of the Merlon
Cricket Club at llnverford since Munda ,
weir rompleted to-day.
Miss Seais and Miss Kenno won
straight iets. 6-2 and 6-3, but every Ram;
was stubbornly contested and the ieuil
was In doubt throughout. .. , .
Mrs. Wallarh. by a seiles of well plated
shots, evened the match nt four games
The next two games were evenly dcild'a
slid the set wan deuce at five games Mr.
Wullarh'H experience began to tell .it tni
point, and although Miss Wlldey plai d an
excellent game, she could not prevent ins
New Yorker from toklng the nexl '"''
games and the set. , .
Miss Wlldey again showed cjcellenl
form In the second set, but she was ''
able to cope with Mrs. Wnlloch's consist
ent game, nnd after the set had, if ' '
deuced at four games the New ,i"r ,,
mi'.ckly brought the session to a close W
taking the next two gumes of the doclrtins
set, 6-4, and won the championship.
Women's Doubles. Klnnl Bound Ml
Hrsra and Miss Krnne defratcil Mlai
and Miss Wlldey. 6 J, tl 3.
Championship Singles Mrs. Ilarser M
Inch. XVrat Knit Tennis Cluh. New X ork if
frstrd Miss. Kdna Wlldey, Plalnflehl, N '
Happy Dura for lnceoer.
Hacegocra here will lie In their cleui'id
next Thursday nnd Hoturday, for
United Hunts Racing Association wlllh""'
tho annual spring meeting at '',n,V,T..
l'ark Terminal on those days. The pit'
gramme consists if crtms-iouiitry . n"
together with races on the flat for Rf ,
ways and full grown horses. The '''.
Include all of the best performers at arn
teur meets and excellent aport Is Itfos