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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914.'
American and Each of Their Conquerors Taste Defeat in Play for British Golf Title
LAST AMERICAN PUT OUT OF
BRITISH GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
Evans Falls Before Display of "Super Golf" and
Weber Succumbs Hilton Eliminated---Graham
Only Favorite Left.
inn, HnRlAntJ. May 21 Alt
..... ....... rK
v; J' d Harold Weber, the, last of the
A'wudM wr.o niariou on .uunua,
i iffed out In the fourth round of
,1.1 t -ii amateur pott championship on
, , ,, it St. Ueorge'a course, thl morn
. s iji.it both wero beaten by Drltlah
f '. rt'.o hnvc made (Treat reputation.
. ( , t i the only consoling ray In the
f v 1 h brooda over tho American
;) i 'pill Travurs beaten on Mon
,i!y ruliiiet on Wodnoadiiy and Kvans to
ny h the idory of the downfall of the
i i-rutcur triumvirate, and that
Jit . r.j uIku fell by itio wayaldo Is
i r r rliapter in the tale or nit
, it. I and blasted hopes that ran
h '' . .....
I ' t r j .ii-s MS "f th" American Invasion
t ,U It wa a history making day In other
nspf t. Not a ,nal1 wno 'm evcr won a
Ii-'.t.sh championship or who has played
h a final survives to-night as a member
of the Ifl't el?ht A group of newcomers
to cr.1T.) '.onxhlp fame nil up that division
cf honor Tho only member of the old
trlgaJe who stIU Is undefeated Is John
Graham, Jr. To American golfers the
r.rvn w'.ll be welcome, that Norman
Hunter, who was In America ten years
.to, a:.d nKJln In 1912. Is a membor of
tho' hit elRht. It will be ono familiar
name at least, even If none of their own
c.,untrmcn Is there.
Caught I" tne slaughter of the favorites
ti dty whs Harold H. Hilton, the defend
clian p.oti, who was beaten by Kdward
It II fTakwell. the golfer, who was
rur.nerup here. In 1504 when Walter J.
TravJs of America won the championship,
lilaikw,:! boat Hilton by 2 up and 1 to
play, but In turn was beaten this after
noon bv U A I'htlllps. who twice has
held the Welsh title.
CV.ck Uvani was beaten this moralng
fcy ore of the most remarkable streaks of
vrlmt mav be described as "super golf"
tier een on this or any golf course, r. It.
Vse'sr'am. tho Poottlsh Internationalist.
ltd l'.v.r a m.-rry dance for the first
tine ,cs and by the time the turn was
ru 1 'J t'.i match was as good an won.
E.-.i j wis cut In 37. but was Just 5 down,
for Macfarlane went out In 31. It was
the lowet fore made so far In the tour
I iment and It U not likely to be equalled.
Mvfarl.ine seemed unable to miss any
filng tv.a' he tried, except at the fourth
h le, w ,eic he Indulged In the luxury of
r 6 a il halved the hole with the Ameri
C"T.:t. In Hvan made a great tight,
tut t.iu li.uidle.ip was far too great to be
oierunie He won the tenth, but as tie
1 nt the in t two he was C down with 6
n ure to piay Then he startled the gal
li ry by his gallant rally In which he won
t ie r,ct three holes. Macfarlane waH
Hill doimy us they drove off the slx
t nth tee. and na Hvans played Into a
bunker mid the Scotchman reached the
r en the crowd realised that It was all
ov r l.vaiis made a goo.i attempt 10 gei
jt cf the trap, but Tailed and lost tho
h . and the match. M.tcfarlans winning
ty 4 up and 2 to play.
Macfarlane began his exhibition of tin
emny golf on the first green, where after
ho had been outplayed on the first two
shots by Evans he ran down a long putt
for a 3 and won the hole. It was only
a foretaste of what was to come, for
sfle.r three halved holes he won the fifth
t n 5 an I wa 2 up On the sixth he
ti lled twenty foot putt for n 2 and was
3 up. Just to vary his play the Scotch
rolfer popped In a forty yard chip shot
for a 3 at the seventh, and after halving
the eighth In 3 repeated the trick at the
rlnth, holing another chip shot for a 3.
Tht was how ho happened to be 5 tip
a' the turn, although Evans was out In
37 Tho cards of the match:
f II Murtarliine. I'rcstwlckl ....
0 il .1 436423S Jt
1 t 4 I 6
OiNp i:n, Jr.. lMiti-nBter:
nn 4434S34! 8 17
In 4 5 I 4 ( 6 (
Ca,'t (Veil K. Hutchinson was tho man
who rum.nated tho other surviving Amer
ican, llHMtd Weber of Toledo. Hutchln
tn did n t have to ndopt Marfarlano'a
method to dispose of Weber, for the Amor
I in attended to that task himself. The
w.nd to.diy was blowing from a different
n urtur than on previous days since the
. nigricans arrived here and tho sudden
!., seemed to anVct Weber's play. Ills
ccirwsi indifferent and he could not dls
' ver how to play hla shots properly under
tho new conditions, lie topped the first
two ti hhots. giving Hutchinson a fine
Hart, iwcj nnco ahead, the British golfer
to'ik grei--arn to stay there. At the turn
i'ipt Hutchinson was 3 up. and after ex
changing the next two won three holes In
s .r vfs'm and the match by 6 up and 4 to
eia Trtn cards :
c K lluichiiuon. St. Andrewii
Oil . . i 4 4 4 4 4 6 417
Is 1 6 4 4 6
HuroU Weber. Invern:
Olt. 66464414 41
I 4 4 6 i
Tim Hmon-liUckwell latch over
hJ. wid uli of the others this morning
tn fa' as dm i-tze of the gallery was con
erneil and many of the spectators who
f'.llow il tho two great golfers did so n
ie expectation of seeing Just what fid
fcjtu.en lllacknell. one of the longest
driven In Ureat Urltaln. was at the top of
h tame, and although tho champlo:;
mine un erlinlv bo could not get aheaU.
At fio turn Hlackwell was one up, but
ih ebventh Hilton hal squared the
nut. lilickwell went ahe jC once rao'i,
b'f t me nfteenth Hilton fought his way
k I., level terms. With only three
! moii to play, It was anybody's
u'lj excitement reigned In the big
k,. wnich braved the broiling sun,
h the hottest day of the tourna
". 1 .lmoHt too hot for comfort.
!i i Iui the sixteenth and was one
i lo more to .lay still a
,,inc. The fight was not there,
for ho took three putts on the
hi i green, and went the way of
Xnierlcans who hud crossed tile
" ii the title that he has held
ti iH3t year.
,nst tuo Americans disposed
" inrning and Hilton beaten by
" in the same round, the throngs
tori turned their attention to
n'Kin matches, only to see more
" i Macfarlane, who had beaten
'"M by 2 up to K. Martin Hmlth,
tv in s rnnrjueror, Hutchinson, met
Hie hands of Norman Hunter.
i. fresh from his victory over
w.'s beaten on the nineteenth
i i 'hill, p and John draham, Jr.,
: henteii II. D. nllllcH in the
for being 2 down with 3 to
"i .n the nineteenth hole from H
"t st Andrews. In the morning
HIlis had disposed nf H. Tubbs,
fff T.lttleKtniKj golfer who beat
- 1 'o met. the American open cnani-
i f'u il.iy.
Beat Yankees and
Then Meet Defeat
CANDW1CH, Englahd, Muy 21.-
Uy an odd shift of circum
btonccs not only huvu all tl.o tun
American entrant been eliminated
from tho Drltlah golf championship
but each of thuir conqucrord lm
bet'n defeated In turn. Most of tho
Ennllflli, Irish, Scottli or Australian
victors over tho men from the United
States went out In tho next round
after bouting mi Amerleiin, tin wan
the enno with C. 11. Macfarlane and
Capt. Cecil K, Hutchinson to-day.
STRONG FIELD LEFT
FOR MET GOLF TITLE
Ktrkby and TraWs, Favorites,
Win Two Matches, Ono at
ODD ARGUMENT COMES UP
vs. Knlesar, Rmlth vs. Oraham, and Jen
kins vs. Jlunler. The winners will begin
play In tho tcml-flnal at 2 o'clock to
MISS KHUG'S 101 IS LOW.
Women (iolfrrs Kind Plplnii Ilovk
IxicuST Vallet, L. I.. May 21. Miss
Louise Krug of Englcwood. who has
played llttlo cumpctltivc golf for over u
year, won the gross prlie In the fifth one
Van VIeck's Hall Falls In Cnp
After KIrkby Holes Out
Enolkwood, N. J.. May 21. A strong
and well balanced last eight to go Into
the third round to-morrow morning wus
thn result of the two match rounds played
to-day In the Metropolitan amateur golf
championship tournament at tho Kngle
wood Country Club. The two favorites,
Oswald KIrkby of tho homo icluli In
tho upper bracket and Walter J. Travis
of (Jardon City In the tower, nru tho out
standing figures In tho list of survivors,
but every one of tho six others Is a man
svho Is capable of causing an upset by de
throning one of tho stars.
In addition to the tno mentioned the
members of tho last olght are Max Mars
ton, Ualtusrol; Klndlay H. Douglas, Apa
uamls: Oilman I'. Tiffany. I'owelton:
Percy Watt, New York: Hoy D. Webb,
Unglewood, and Ueorgo T. Ilrokaw, Gar
den City. The draw brings them to
gether to-morrow In tho following or
der: KIrkby vs. Marston, Douglas vs.
Tiffany. Watt vs. Travis and Webb vs.
DAETMOUTH'S PLAY PECULIAR.
MISS WAGNER BEATS
MISS MOORE EASILY
C'onrinentlr IIoiiip Team la Beaten
by llulr Cross, T to U.
Hanou.h, N. H., May 21. Dartmouth's
play to-day was peculiar and Holy Cross
won n poor game, 7 to 3, The score!
1IOLV CROSS. I DAuTMOirrit,
ab r h p a e ab r li , n e
J.M'j,:b 3 112 3 OSul'vsn.rf 4 0 0 1 1 0
Nort'ii.Jb 5 1117 OlKlmb'lMb I 0 t t 0
Htnd's.ti. BllOt l l.oildon.lt 1111(1
Ott't'n.lb I 0 0 1? 0 OiMend'll.ct 4 1110 0
o'nn'ti.cf i i i : o i iiw.m.. i i ,i : i o
Murph,c 1 1 2 4 0 o wan'ker.c 4 0 0 3 1 0
Fsher.rf 4 110 0 O.Cook.lb... 4 0 0 11 1 0
ltusem.lf. 4 0 0 1 0 O'ltoland.lb. 11114 1
K..Vt'sy,p 4 110 1 Olllallett.p.. 4 0 1111
TotaIl..l4"lTn"! Totals. ,S?1 T 77 1 4 MISS SEATIS TRIUMPHANT
llolyCrun 10001001 0-7
Dartmouth 00000021 03
Two buM) bits low, Mendstl, Sacrifice bit
Victory by G 1, fi 3 Comes in
Semi-final of Tourney at
Onterireu. Stolen bw4 Murphy, Morton. Tlnfnnfn Mrs Rltllftll nnd Will
ttr.t b-e on bulls Ot( Ilallelt. 1. Btruck out wulults Jlt,, B,sllol
ut llallett, : lir Murray, 1. lilt by piictier
Fly Itallett U. Murray). Wild t.HcU ltailett.
Time 1 hour and 30 minutes. Umpire Kiiuls.
Meet Mrs. McLean, Victor
Over Miss Ilotch.
tiny luurnitmrni ui ioe aeries ne u Dy llie ... . . ..,,, ut,,,,,!,. i...
Women's Metropolitan (Jolt Association ! "rokaw. Each morning match should be
to.dav at the I'lnliiir Ilock cluli. N'ono of . a good one.
Tho main interest to-uay was cenireu
the women who played was able to make
tho round of thn difficult course under
100, and Miss Krug'a winning score was
Sirs. J. K. Davis, who Is h member of
both Nassau and riplng Rock, won the
net prize with a card of 104 11, 93. The
best field of tho season competed In the
Mrrcrrsbarir l'uunils Rutherford,
1'RtNcnTOM, May 21. In a five Inning
..... nnll ni on fn tl.M M !,li I ,.n n. Pl nr
ton game Mercersburg Academy defeated I'huiam, May 31. Miss Msrle Wag-
the Tiger curs ny a scoro or s to o to- tier or tne Mammon u range i.awn -lenms
day. The schoolboys mado ten hlto off club, national Indoor lawn tennis chanv
llutherford berore he was driven from , rcaohed the final round in tho
i.a mnimil In tlin foiirtn. Tim unrfl I
womens Invitation lawn tennis tourna.
mnt at the l'elhom Country Club here
to-day by defeating Miss Kllzabeth
Moore easily In tho seml-llntl round,
6 1, 3, In the upper half of the
draw Miss JJvelyn Sears and Mrs. Mar
shall McLean, New Jersey State chain
plon, moved out to tho semi-final bracket
and will meet to-morrow. Miss Scars had
an easy time advancing at tho expense
of Mrs. Frank. Illshop. whom she defeated
In straight sets at C 3. 63, but Mrs.
DeSllilP Shifts ItcrtS Are RcatCll Md-ean had to play at her host through
1 out to eliminate Mlsi IJdlth U. ltotch,
by 0 to 2 I -2 Phlpps
tho mound In tho fourth. Thu scoro
n. it. K.
Meronb'jrg 0 111 1 13
1'rlncatoii lrhmen. .. . 1 0 0 2 11 8 2
Ilatierlea- Tiggart and Hupp, rtuthtrtord,
Straw unJ I'urvei.
BIG THREE GET EVEN
FOR RECENT SETBACK
RESOLUTE SEEMS 8LUQQI8H.
Tried With Single llrnilsatl IHk nnd
Looks Ltke k Kuockabont.
llmsTOi.. It. I., May II. Tho Itcsolute.
with her transformed' rig, trad her Initial
test under canvas this afternoon. Tno
yacht resembles a big knockabout, with a
boom attached to the foot of her lib and
a short bou sprit.
nne moved fast In a light wind, but no
attempt was made to drlvo the boat In
tho two hour sail In Warwick Hay Tho
boat was "nursed" from the beginning, and
wniie she reached across the harbor some
what sluggishly she moved faster when
coming back with the wind abeam.
A club topsail was sot halt an hour after
tho start from the mooring, but was soon
VOSHELL TO PLAY IN
BRONX COUNTY FINAL
DEFIANCE AT MARBLEHEAD.
Middle States title holder. In a three set
match. 4 C. 1311. 03.
llncv Sporer. I The latter match was tho best of the
hard rallied nnd long sustained
Inc. Mrs. McLean's victory was
Hkmpotiad, May 11. That those In her greater stamina nldtil by brilliant
charge of the lineup of tho American polo generalship. In tho opening set the two
team for tho match against England have Players nauiea along on oven lernw umii
I not mado up their minds as to' the choeen c" 11 " " ur,
C'urlona Yachtsmen I'ut Out In IloaU
tu Itnvo Look at Close JUtnue,
Marblem eao, Mass., May 21. The cup
defender Defiance, her tender, tho schooner
Irollta In tow of the tug Mercury, and
tho motor yacht Zlpalong, from Bath,
dropped anchor In Marblehcad harbor this
morning. The cup yacht Defiance was at
once the chief object uf Interest an4 many
small boats put off to enable thosa on
board to havo a closer Inspection of tho
yneht, The Defiance Is called the Trl-
City yacht and several members of the
syndicate are members of the Eastern
Yacht Club. The Eastern Club had noti
fied Its members that the yacht would be
In tho harbor and many mado their first
visit of the season to the clubhouse.
Thn Defiance, and the rest of the fleet
will start In tow around Capo Cod early
to-morrow morning and will go to urecn
wlch. That will be tho yacht's headquar
ters and she probably will be tried under
sail on Monday.
MURRAY PAINTS MAP OF
CALIFORNIA ON M'COY
ay was cenlrea ' n! iimuo . ..... I Ml ltotch by pretty place drives took
In the work of Travis and KIrkby. as they tour was iraiicsica in u.o i r. i-u the nM tw B!imn mld , Mt-
worked their way through tho first two at Meaaow urooa. " Middle States champion had many j
rnunria In the morning KIrkby seemed I """ .- ciancm w mn w rrronu mi, wiiion woni
to have a llttlo tho better of It -when The big three, together only part of tho to deuce seven times, for on six different
their play was compared, for he was out j time, made amends for the sound beating occasions shu was within a lnt of the
In 37 and beat his opponent, II. K. Ileln- rfcelved on Tuesday by winning handily set and match, hut she could not ri-e to
mund, a ciunmaic. oy i up mm iu from the Ilcds by a score or t goais ro z vs.
Alli'ffed Bccopnizcd Chnnipion
1'nrpcoprnizablc After His
" " Dlav. wit lie Trnvls waH having more or i , (V, ,rnrr.A flcant tho White "'"UD. . '
Mrs. J. E. Davis Nanau. 104. 1111". I lens of an uphill struggle against J M. ' " "'" " . h , Waterburv ... " Wfta. ,lrr1 ln . ' . " S dhnve ght
MIm Ioulie Krug. fengl.Rood. lot. i anothcr Garden City man. lthett ,!Je were mado wrien t-"ry waterDury (U(J 0t maUo BS ooj a gn0Wnif Iu( she
Mr. c. nunvon. Nnmsu. ioi. lisT: Mn. Hiieit, anoin cr our , !-., ,,i.tinff the lleds by playing back. h.i in tv,.. ,,.i, int,i ' " hard to
ft..!?k'-.n!S'?Ba--i "h.-r" "J" .r. "h... rmnnnerd t win I his niace on the Whites being taken by over two hours and 'a half. I " Al
rut. ocesn. ioi. at: Mlii ii ii. .ninn. I ni.i i,v ! iin nml 1 to nlav. Malcolm Stevenson. All of the matches In tho women s map chan
Morris uouniy. iij, 1991; iiim i jn tn0 afternoon notn were pro- Tnr Kamo was remarkatile more on tne uouuies were iasi nno as n rrauu ui uio
2ChnarT4l0fr' mwAnov00,l!305i57roV.; Mrl' 1 vl,,crt wUh X"'tttr know.n orPncn,s- ,nnJ part of the fast galloping of the ponies -Jf V' l ", soml-llnal bracket wa
P. Hi wtr?l."efc...t"ii. " -V: l!!!: a resut K0lf played was better. pnrtlou,ar brilliancy of play- of the dmib es was
1 11. Waterhou.e. llckenek. 111. !2 101: Travis did a little better work than did ...i,.. , .v.. 'he three set tussle of Mrs. llllam 11.
i. t r.i..kiM trnAii... . it t.i.t.w.. n.tu... w W'hlf wnji tnittcheil niuumo " ' " . , pnM-h nnrt Ml F!.lllh llnrlv nff.llnsL
101; Mrs. Wallor Terry. Ualtuirol, 107, I
.h n.Men Cltv veteran, and al- of their speed, the pace being so fast at . Mr. McLean and Mrs. Alfred CJ. Miles,
101; Miss Augusta Wight. Ardsley. lit. .;?-,,), ,ie won ty 3 up and 2 to play times that riding over the ball was a The summaries 1
1 IOI: Mrs! D. O. Oeddel! Nbsu 101. e Travis hail to play good golf to do It. . fluent fault. Womsn's Invitation Singles Second round
101; Mrs. It. J. lUrtholomse, A
U 101; Miss Julia Itra.lt, Eti
inl'sl.v .' 111. UI. rrd for the round showed an op- t.n Mnntnene araln showed UD well, but Ml" Evelyn Sears, defeated Mrs. Trsnk
' county, proxlmated 33. 347.1. ""T (IIJ not ovi
;..' . , . .. iirounwicu u., , L. 1 did not oversnaaow iiai i'i
117. 1210i; Mrs. J, K. tlnyle. Dunwooiile, malch was over that he might I , " , , ' . ..' .
110. 11105; Mr. J. U. Faber. Knilevvood. , .l" ma,, " lla naJ n.eded to. He 1 ln Ial Practice. Ho w
114.. 11-ioe; Mrs. It. c. Uron. Wjiksgyl. I hvo done better If he nao '"h and that , the scoring of both of tho
111. 11 107; Mrs. J W Waier. Hauorth. was playing to win the matcn ana lnnl ' k, . ,
111. 16108: Mrs K. H. Dickenson. Ma-
hopac. 111. :o 101; Mrs. N. 11, Iluiey. En.
glenood, 111, 12117.
MARCELLTNUS IS TOP WEIGHT.
I'rrrffrlne 1'lcUlr and lllKhbrldge to
Oppose Whitney Juinprr.
The best hunt race programme ever ar
ranged for a meet In this country has
hrn Issued for the fixture nf the United
Hunts Racing Association at Itelmont
Park Terminal to-morrow. There will be
five handicap events, for which the
weights were announced yesterday by JUn
dlcap'per rrank J. Bryan. The Hemp
stead Steeplechase, at about two miles,
will bring together twenty-five of the
most reliable Jumpers, Including several
which have gained reputations abroad.
The top weight, Marcelllnus, will make
ershadow Hal I'hlpps, as he did I ,i,fei'd Miss Bdlth U. ilotch. ,1 11.
was Incidental ln ..... ..........
...i. K 1 pcmi'iinai i.ouna jinn ..iari" wsinsr ar
goals made by r.,.rt M. ciljabeih Moore. C t. 1.
. ,. nil h satd Itumsey, dui aia noi sena me nan xnrouKn 'i" ",,ll 'n """f1 "Tr "J. r . -L'
wan all, ne saui. , 1 . nv,i. k. Miss Marie Warner and M m HI zabeth
KIrkby played C. R. Van Vleck, Jr., of , once on his own account, rhlpps was the Moore ,,,fMWa JIr,, Krank ni,h(p ni
Baltusrol and rather to hla own surprlso busiest scorer for the Whites, making four Mrs. Frederick Schmltr. :. 6 i; Mrs.
v.. , an Ttrn. hole to win. Tho ,.i William II. I'oueh ami Mls liilth Handy
had to go an extra noio io w . of the seven goals. .l.f.at.d Mrs. Marshall McLean anil Mrs.
match was all square ai wie , Th miitch wtt" Plrltd enough In tho Alfred a. Miles. 2. 1 . 7 i: Mra,
Al McCoy of Brooklyn, who was recog
nised according to Joe Humphries aa mid-
champion of the world, will Mn
have his friends recognize him
McCoy to-day, for he had his facial
ged considerably by Billy Mur
ray of California In a ten round bout at
the Stadium A. C. last night McCoy had
to work hard for his bruised features, and
he did, for Murray never hit him so hard
that he did not come back for more.
ileats Dionne, fi 2, ti 11, and
Will McctGnlvno or Hull, Who
Do Hat tin To-day.
LE HOY HAS TOXSlUilTlS
Forced to Ocfaiilt (t Gorman
Champion Must He Idle
K, II, Vosholl of the lloiouch I'.irk
Lawn Tennis Club, Brooklyn, reached the
final round In tho tournament for the
Bronx county championship yesterday by
defeating a, A. I.. Dionne, captain of the
eat Sldo Tenia Club, In tho only singles
match of the day by scores of 6'.',
6 3. Maurice (lalvao, one time German
champion and ut present holder of tho
yuakur Hugo cup, moved out to the
suml-tlnal round, whero he la hrucknted
ttltll Merrill Hall, holder of thn Bronx
county title, through a default of ltobcrt
l.o Itoy, crHtwhlle Intercollegiulo cham
pion. L,o Hoy was stricken on Tuesday
wltli a severe attack of tonsillitis and
ho will not bo able to get into action
again for at least a couple of weeks. Ills
elimination from the tourney wni quite
a now to ins friends, for many of them
thought that he would prove u euro winner.
Vosholl never was pressed very hard
by tho Weat Blder, for tho latter could
not cope with tho winher cither In skill
or speed, Dionne wait especially weak
on the service, anil besides made a mun
takn by keeping to deep court. An a re
sult Vosholl ciuwi In to the net constantly,
drew his rival out of position nnd gained
nn enny point by killing a lob or smashing
a drive down tho Bide lines. Dlonno
found difficulty In handling Voshell'a ser
vice too. nnd although the latter did
not make many servlco aces, the soft
returns from servlco of the West 8ldo
man opened the way tor a sure point.
Oalvno will meet Hull to-day nt 4:45, and
the winner of this match will try con
clusions with Voshell In tho final round
Only ono bracket remains unfilled In
the seml-flnnt round of the doubles, na
two teams moved out yesterday. King
Smith and H. Tallant promoted them
selves by defeating Oalvno and J. II.
Stelnkamp, much to the surprise of th
gallery, In straight sets nt 6 2, fi 3.
Thev aro In the upper half nnd will meet
Wjlle C. Oram and Julio fl Stelnucher
to-day In tho semi-final round. In the
lower hnlf V. C. Baggs and Voshell, who
won tho Bronx doubles last ye.ir, eked
Murray, who won the flirht bv a wide
margin, did not get off unscathed, for 11 vl,ct.or' or 1;"Uma1n n,!YlJ':ly
, . ., , . . . . , . Behar nt 6 I, 3 . nnd will have
alonir In the Btxth round he got his face . ,.,. n . s-ml-nnal the winner
Van Vleck made a wrt-icnoa lee snoi uu . nrlvl nnd tt was nrt until th,. 1 Weaver and Miss nilsabelh llunce
ih seventeenth nnd lost the hole. KIrkby " " . " P ...'..?. 7 . I defeated Mrs. Edward Cas.ebeer und Mrs.
the seventeentn i na '"J lh" " h ,' ,nouid i third that the Whites got a winning lead. Charles N. Heard, s . 7-5. s
becoming dormlo. The home no e no,a . hottest in all wava in the Woman's Consolation Hlnrles-Flrst round
....... ...i.rf ih mn rh. hut after over- le tra was nouesi in an ways in me i-.... n'n.i., ,i... ... v..,,n.
ni.vinir the ereen with his Iron and recov
ering so well that he laid the ball prac
tically dead. KIrkby missed the easy putt
for a 3. Van Vleck, who had driven with
a spoon, held thu green and was down In
3 for a 'win. ....
On the extra hole nn Incident occurred
that caused a great deal of discussion
among players, spectators and officials.
Van VIeck's putt for a 4 hung on the Hp
of the cup and after looking the ground
over carefully. Klrliby holed his shorter
putt for a i, which won tne maicn. no
early part, tho Whites losing a goal for Farley. 0. 7, l
his first appearance on this sldo of the looped down to tako his ball out of the
water. Ho belongs to Mrs. Tayne Whit- ,.un an(i as he withdrew his hand, Van
ney, but has tieen enierea in tne color or vieck's ball tumbled ln.
Harry Payne Whitney owing to a recent
death In Mrs. Whitney's family.
Marcelllnus Is asked to carry 170
pounds and, strange to say, the two horses
nearest to him In weight both have been
through the field on the other side. Pere
grine Pickle, Imported by F. Ambrose
Clark last year, will shoulder 165 pounds,
whllo Hlghbrldge, which was sent abroad
for' the Grand Natlonnl a year ago, Is In
the handicap with 1G0 pounds. Nearly
every horse named for this event has per
formed successfully over the Jumps, but
there Is a dark horse In P. Ambrose
Clark's Lysander, which has only 145
pounds to carry. He Is said to be one of
the best green Jumpers ever schooled.
In the Galloway handicap Reybourn
and Culvert divide honors with 168
pounds. The Members' Handicap at one
mile nnd a half on the flat has Ab
sconder. 166, as the top weight, with Nose
gay and Cloud carrying a pound less.
Harry Payno Whitney's Somo Kid has
h nnti nf honor among the Piping Hock
subscription horses with 125 pounds. The
race for these three-year-olds will be at
seven furlongs. In the Sportsman's Stee
plechase. handicap, two nnd a half miles,
the grand old Jumper dold Plate, carry
ing 172 pounds. 1b asked to concede twen-ty-eeven
pounds to August Belmont's Mis
slon. which won his first race ns a Jumper
at Plmllco. The weights for the Hemp
innit Steenlechase follow:
The Hempstead Handicap Staeplechasi
About tq mlle.-Mareelllnus. 1: l'e
Th miration ns to whether the Ual
tusrol man's ball fell In becaueo tho grass
yielded, or because KIrkby touched It. at
once arose. KIrkby thought that he had
caused the ball to drop In. but Van Vleck
was of the opinion tnat u nau oecu mv
Invitation Mixed Doubles First round-
Mrs. Alfred O. Miles nnd James Itogrrson
.Ufsatsd Mtsa Elisabeth tlunc and O.
Chuppall. (1. C 1; Mix Cdna Wilder and
it. J. L,eonara aeieaieu airs. r.. r. wravrr
and W Black. 1, 1: Miss Edith E.
ltotch and I- Beard defeated Mrs. Edward
CaMebmr and Clifford Illaek, 75, 61;
Mlrs Elizabeth Moore and E, Wall won by
default: Mrs. Frederick Schmltz and J P.
Cushman won from Mra. Marshall McLean
nd II. Homans by deruult.
Heoond HoundMrs. Frederick Fchmltz
and 3. r. Cushman defeated Miss ElUabeth
Moors and E. Wals, e :. 3, Miss Uvrlyn
Para and II. E. Itoirnrs defeated Mrs.
I.. Waterbury. lost by pmalty, William II. Pouch and II. Townsend, 10,
fouls by Phlpps and Mllburn, and the
Beds losing half for a foul by Rumsey.
No 1-C. O. Rumsey. No. 111. C. Vhlnns.
F S. VonSlsilri No. J J. M. Water
Nn. i Il.Ln Mnntorne, miry.
No. J P. V Keen. No 1 P Mllburn
C C. Rumsey. Bark M Stevenson.
Daek T. Waterbury. 1 Waterbury.
srorr While. : Red. 8'4. Goals For White
11 p. I'hlmin. 4: I). Mllburn. 5: J. M. Water
bury. lot by penally, 1, For Red C. C
Rumsey, :i I.. Waterbury. IOil by piMialtj
V Time Elfht perlc-la of "4 minutes each.
HANDICAP AIDS FREEBOOTERS.
e 4, 6i.
CAYUGA STAGGERS TIGERS.
Allorrnnrr of Nine Koala Too Mnch Cn See Xotblnir Ilut Water, Snys
for tireat Neck Firsts. One of Dr. Spaeth's Onranien.
Locust Vallet, May 21. The Phltadel- Ithaca, May 21. Tho Princeton var-
were divided ln their opinion, but as soon
as he saw that the discussion was taking
.. ..!,,. turn. Van Vleck. like n good
sportsman. Insisted that KIrkby take the
hole. "I give It up now. anyway, ho said.
imr Imnercentlbly all the time and that he nhia Freebooters won In the semi-final slty and freshman crews, which nrrlved
was entitled to nis 4. imoiirai"Mroun(l or tne Westminster cnauenge cup nero mm morning, ruweu out on unyuga
tournament nt tne Held of the riplng nock iwice 10-aay. in ma morning tney paddled
Club to-day, beating the Great Neck first over the course for Saturday's race and
team by a score of 10 Mi goals to si. The mis aiternoon tney iook a good sued row
Freebooters had a handicap of 9 goals to on the west side. Water conditions were
start with, which proved too much for the Ideal,
,,iini number of upsets occurred t.nng Island four. The final will be played Dr. Spaeth says the men are In good
dnrlnir the day ond several golfers of Saturday against Point Judith. The shape for tho race nnd they will hnvo no
.. , . .v.. II.. , ii . I .va..... if . I ... I . m L. . n-i
cvu. i.icy mn uemcii, aiio i rince-
ton oarsmen were surprised when they
paddled out on Cnyuga. As compared to
their own miniature lake tho expanse of
water here staggered them, and ono of
Clark i the men told Spaeth that they could see
I)ack-J. O. Mllburn.. I nothing but water.
prominence were eliminated from the list
of championship possibilities. In the first
round Hamilton Kerr was beaten
Vleck and August r. nammer. rua
runner up for tho Metropolitan title last
year, found Roy Webb too much for him.
After a close match Webb won by a
Dwlght Partridge, who tied with
Ktrkby for second place In the qualify
ing round, won his match this morning,
but was beaten this afternoon by Oeorge
Brokaw. who won by 2 up and 1 to play.
In addition to the play in the champion
ship division, two match rounds wero
played to-day ln tho third and fourth six
teens and the beaten sixteen of the first
thirty-two played oft ono match round
this afternoon, ine numimn,
Championship Division. Klrst Kound
riiwald KIrkby, Ens ewood. brut H. F. Iljin
S, Bnil.wood. 6 and 4; Charles E . Van
P II 1 1. A D E I. P 1IIA
No. 1 1'hlllD Steven
No. 5 Wlster Ran,
No. J-P. F l1
nack r. F. P. Ran
dolph, Jr.... 1
OREAT NECK FIRST.
No. I E. im on I
No. -J. Watson
No. s F. A m u r o se
In the path of a bad left hook and carried
away a left eye that was bruised and a
cheek discolored down to his chin. Mc
Coy did not have many championship
qualities, but he did have gameness and,
willingness, and he had those In abun
dnnce. It Is said that he also has con
siderable wallop, but he got no chance to
show It last night.
It was the Brooklynlte's gameness that
permitted him to make the lost two
rounds even, after he had lost all the
others but tho sixth, which also was
In the first round neither fighter tried
very hard and Murray had a little the
better of It McCoy, however, was brim
lug over with confidence and was smil
ing when he went to his corner. Murray
was on top of McCoy In tho second round
when tho "Brooklynlte was scarcely off
hla chair and proceeded to beat a tattoo
on McCoy from his waistline to the top
of his head. Left and right hooks. Jabs,
swings and uppercuts landed on McCoy
In profusion nnd It was a marvel that he
stuck It out. for every blow was hard.
The Callfornlan kept up his speed until
the sixth round, when he slowed up a
bit. In tho seventh and eight ho picked
up where he had left off In tho fifth and
Increased tho margin between him and
McCoy. Murray did his best nt close
The old skating rink was crowded.
The ntream of fans poured In steadily
until every seat wns taken and the lines
of standees nround the walls were four
deep. Kven with this swarm packed In
all the enthusiasts did not get Inside, for
there was an overflow of more than one
thousand on tho street. Despite the large
crowd the arena was not uncomfortable
for It was cooled artificially.
nf the B. M. Phillips and G. C. Shafer
II. J, James nnd A. J Osttiidoif match.
Tho former pair attained thi third round
by defeating C. Chambers nnd Lincoln
Relmer two sets to one ut fi 1. 4 S,
C 4, The seml-flmls In tho doubles will
be pl.V'cd to-dny nml the finals to-morrow.
Thn summaries :
Bronx County I'hKinplnnshlp, Men's
Singles Fir round M liaivnn won rrom
Robert !. Hoy by defau't.
Femi-nnsi Hound li vosnii n-nteii
CI, A. !.. rlnnn :. H S.
Mens Doubles Hecnnil round He ju.nln
Jt. Phillips and n. r shafer d. r i r
rhnmbers and Lincoln Itrlner. C t I ,
Third Round King Smllli and II TVia.nl
defeated M. GnUno arl .1. It Mr, lamp.
;. s, r r Bigg i-e.l II ' .VI!
defeated A. Fluman und I! ,a c
3 e. 6 I
Ill "II mlo Wis 1'lg ".-rv ' K'oreenw eh. I and L M. Richmond,
The Evader. 147; llandrunnliir, Its; Foot. Kerr, bkt v. F.llowe, Moran, Jr.,
lights. 14b; Ben Cabell 145, Lysander 14J; Oakl jnd, oeai , M Maron,
Rock Abbey. 144; 1 're En. l ultu.ro beat Charles llron. St. Andrew,
Wlnr. Ill; Sand Hog. 141; A st ut. Ill I, Hal. l',c) ;,, Hitchcock. Jr.. Fox Hills, heat
let. 13s, Jteadowlark. 117, Bishop, lli ' ul ,!'obbin,. Harden C ty. 5 and 4; Find-
IlolsteFius. 13C: Virile., 1: WuK APwIml., l Oliver Per-
Oct.tte, 111: Judgt Walser, 111: Nattls ' jona, Links. 4 and 1, Oilman P.
llurnppo. 110. Tiffany. Powolton. beat C. V. Benton. 8e's-
NASSAU Dl?G SHOW TO-MORROW.
Itullroad Allows lions to Hide If
Fastened to Chains.
The Nassau Kennel Club will hold Its
annual show at the Belmont l'arK raco
b?it Clifford A. ll'unnlng. Nassau. S UIK K
F Mundv. Ards ey, beat II. A. Downey,
AnawaSils. 4 and 1. Percy Piatt. New Vork
Oolf7 beat Orantland Hjee, Englewood. 1
nnd 2: Gardiner i nu., "'""'...
James It. IlVde. South Shore. 1 up; W. T
Travis Garden City, beat J. Jt. Ilhett, Oar
deS City S and 11; ny Webb, Englewood.
A1TF. Kammer. Fox Hills, 1 up; T. D.
American bred ',;... r j ui- neorso T. Ilrokaw, Oarden
clashes have been supportea generously C,y, beot a. v. itonier ,i-
I hwlght Partridge. Bedford, beat Ralph Car-
A special train wilt be provided at s.jj ' aifond Round KIrkby beat Van Vleck, 1
, M. for exhibitors, friends and dogs at ' (ls hoifsi; Marston best Richmond,
e Pennsylvania Itallroad station, miny. nn l; pougiss oe "ik""-;". vl,.".'' bc:
street and Seventh avenue, -ine iinany .. 'fr.vls beat While. 1 and 1.
.Ill run d reel to the grounds nnd :WnS'. '.. nnVenV. s and S. Brokaw beat
. .u. . .... ..... . . u,..l. nf M I TI . , , . 1
contrary iu uio . i-aririasc. ..., i,rfif.rP
Ping the dogs In crates aspectn I ru ng 1 ..eaten B Z2 tM&MSC&XnS
hns been Hiwe ny me rnurtmu iiuiyi.ib .:"";. "" tYobblns bent I'errln, 1 up. Henion
exhibitors to bring the dons Into the cars ;ul,Vunnlng, 2 up; nice beat Dj.wney, 3
on chains. Luncheon will be served In f j, Hyd. bea i llheti b ; ; ef , K;
mer nesv ii.i -
Orton iKiiores Call From Abroad.
PlttLAPELPltlA, May 21. Dr. Ccorce
Ooals-Freebonters-Karned. 3: allowed by Orton. coach of the track tenm of the
handicap, s; lost by penalties. 1H for three University of Pennsylvania, received an
ouls Total. io. .ureai offer to-day to coach tho Austria-Hun-
:J7- yn$,ll- H- ToU1' ' " "e'cree gary Olympic track nnd field tenm and
was asked to state his prlco for this work,
Dr. Orton, who succeeded Mike Murphy
an "onr-li nf lh. ItfWl nn.1 llltm .An,,. il-III
Tvxkdo Park, May 21. Play In the ,,... th. nni.inn n .nidi ''i-v'.r. if
annual Invitation round robin doubles thlly pM mo M0,ooo a year I doubt that
lawn tenn s tournament at the Tuxedo j M over ,n C0Bch tn u ,
Tennis und Ilacquet Club will open here llm w. Batlllfle,, wht.re i am am, do not
to-moirow afternoon The entries are: chanBe...
W. A. Lamed nnd II. P. Larned, G. L, "
(icorgo A. Miller,
Tnxedo Ilonlilra Ilruln To-day.
Wrenn nnd Itaymond D. Little, Nathan
iel W. Nlles and Alfred H. Daimey, aiai-
co m D, Whitman and C. F. Watson, Jr.,
nnd T. B. Pell and B. S. Prentice.
Buck Heads Lehigh Twelve.
South Brthlchrm , Pa., May 21.
Billy Burke, (Srrat Trotter. Dead.
Lkxinoton, Ky May 21. Word was
received here to-day of the death in Bus
sle. of the noted trotting stallion Billy
Burke, 2:03Vi, the third fastest trotting
stallion In the world. Ho was 4 years
the clubhouse and show grounds.
uli'. . 7 VI... itnun.l-
- nira pi ". .
p sniri Enclewood. beat A. W. Maine, Jr.,
SrniNoriF.l.n, Mass., May 21. Pitcher LfBfk and 1; W. Sayre. Englewood,
Kddy, from Wyoming. N. J star of the D',Yt w W. Pell. Najaau. by . "" (
V. L C. A. College, let Wesleyan down l.ord, Hjworth. b.a t,Tn,r',n1n;oy0,J1beM
without a hit this afternoon on Pratt nw i " lit, Andrews? by default; R c.
Field, nnd tho local collegians won by Cvation. National, hat A. F. Mllllson, Ilal-
a score of 2 to 1. Krrors behind Kddy ,,ri, t up; w P"i i" i-aimer
were responsible for Wesleyan's only ( P, Eddy. Areola. 1 and 6. a. I. I aimer.
V'Vycn-.v.:::: I S ? S S ? i 'zj J S
Ratterles Wescott and Chapln, Eddy and
Ily. Kieven vienorn eiruin uui. ro ; - - -. ,
itt also pitched brilliant ball, allowing I !"t'ond Round-Hnom beat IloBers, f. and
ly four hits, half of which wero made by I i,rd beat Havre, : and I. V a son t eat
Ichardsou, one a three bug3or. The , stelner, 6 und 4; Purcell beat 1 aimer, a
Fourth Sixteen, First Round H. M, Cnxv.
i;, HU wood, beat F. Barton. Byker Meadow,
s and S. I !' Whitney, Naenau, beat r II.
i.i National. 4 and a. A. I' Travis,
. ... nt, o i.min. imi tr.. 010 nnn was nreu oy j. u. iirover at
.1.... r.i h ihi'srh ineroun team Oroverlanrt, Ky. drover sold htm as a
for next season. IIUCK is a son or w. a. " " ".
Buck, vice-president of the Bethlehem town, who brought him to tho local
UppI Vomnnnv track as a two-year-old, Ho wan sold
later to J. Howard Ford, New York run-
V. .. , . .. ...V. . hm In 11 . . I a
n.rTnn TtanrxTri nreiTTTO e,n,..c, " k
riiuxatju Anvimir umuuiu, for 40,000.
First Race Two-vtar-otds, four and a half iinn.. v.le Rlmt nnftrr. Una PVvcr
rrlnnr.llarhaee. 110 lUavlesl. slralsht
14 10, nlaca 15.80, show 1S.40. won; Ulatllu- Nkw Havbn, May 21. Yale's chances
slon, 110 (Alex), place 12 90, show I2.S0, f0 wlnnn(? tne Intercollegiate truck meet
itfrT'' T,S.VS.iTP.,hr..l!,,ei.: were impaired this afternoon when Bill
Belene, Sorrenta. Star of Love, Celebrity. Boos, the best shot putter on tho squad,
Sund Bank and Kopje also ran, was tnken to the Yale Infirmary with a
Second Bace-One mil. nd idxly yards , , n f n01) rcporti for work to-
&fal&lWZnlin?X&lw e;"1. 'y nnd at his first try Put the shot 4K
ins rwnirei. nlace 12.70. show out, second, feet, He said he felt badly, however, and
Frank Hudson, ion nt raggaru, oui io a pnyslclnn whom he consulted nam nis
show, third. Time, 1:5 1-6. Good Day ,.,,.,... ,. tn it . doubtful.
also ran, I r-l.-f-l-ln. mav luat hnw Mi.rlnilM IIimih'h
Third jtaee una mil. ann iunn i -
Bolldav 101 (Shuttlnxer), straight 110. so, Illness Is
place 14 10, show 11,70, won! ursv. uunarurr,
n.f.Vdu'm "i'oV (Ilufweii). show' li.io; third' Women Pla at .St. David's.
Time. U63 4.6. Humiliation, Sptarhead and
The flovernor also ran,
Trinity Urta Donblea Title.
Boston, May 21, Trinity won the
New Hngland Intercollegiate tennis
doubles championship to-day when Kd
sail and llurgwln defeated Richards and
Howell of Wesleyan ln the final round at
the Longwood Cricket Club by 86, 46,
C.idy of Amherst won the singles cham-
nlonshln. defeat ng his teammate, Bhum
way. In tho flnnls by tho scores of 36,
5-7, fi 3, fi 2, 61.
5s& fl 3,
St. David's Pa., May 21. Interesting
Fourth Race Steeplechase; one mile and matches ruled In the first mntch round ut
a nuart.r Bally Buy. Its f Allen), straight the St, David's flolf Club hero to-diij
onfl; Bynst, lit OlooihJ nhow IMO. thin! 4 to play. Mr. Caleb V. Fox tlcfeatfi
rvtiir. liKHUiirni, dpiu i- mrirnnf, i.nnir.
I L,nsir. X and 1. ... I
. 1 TT i. 7 . . (' l. I OIII.IOCH, nir
....u York A. (,'. (ieta .lunlnra. ; ii.i,,,.rnl ben
,i ivsun or Hie nuy s execution uiiod 1 aiul 2, II V, llulnes. Wvkagyl. beat
" u the r.inliH of the leading players' At a meeting of the Junior championship """Jj ; (u'w 'Hcarsdale. c and 6; J W.
i '.io'ni..rs of the Inst eight nie It P. i committee of the Mettopolltan Assocla- .:.i,,r, r.ngle.vnod. beat W W. White. Iln-
" , lues. L A Phillips. CI. O. Heslet.itlon held Inst night It was decided to gi.wood, J, fd Y.-.J-WT,V 'nnd"? "
K o.i,, r Mariln Smith. John Ornham. award the junior track and field cham- ''.at w. 'n"art j.jyyg vhltn"y. i and
J I, i Kins aivl N'oriuiin Hunter. In the i P onsnips i
Time. IV Colonel Robert, Neville ana
Simon Dale, also ran.
Fifth Race One. mile Afterglow, til
(MeCahe). straight tl 50. place 11,60, out
to show, won. Col. Aslimeade, 103 (Calla
tianl. place 13 30. out to show, second,
Spring M, 100 (Ford), out to show, third.
Time, 1 411-0. O. U Buster also ran.
Slth Race File and b half furlonrs
Master Joe. tl ISIiuttlnger), straight 11.10,
S7 fWardl, place 1110, show 11 10. second,
leree, Jr.. Kngl.wood, beat , a lar.itrteta. 92 (ltn). show 13.30, third.
i Time. 10M-& Nicety (4tini.li.nge. Testify
Farmer Joe, jnmy way. ncarsuaia, ini i ur
'son and Trent! Soldi also ran
hevenin liace into mur uu
Miss Catharlno Davl, 4 up nnd 3 to play
The closest match was betweon Mrs.
William 8. HIIlos and Miss Anita Phlpps
Mrs, Hllles won on the homo green by 1
up. Mrs, C. 11. Vanderbi'tk defeated
Miss F. C. Orlscom, 4 up and 2 to play.
operator rt Hex la No Mori.
I.nxiNiiToN. May 21 Impcrator et
Hex, a yearling show colt, by the cham
pion siiildlo Btajllon Kentucky Choice, nut
of the eluimplon show ni.ir 1-Miiu, Mae,
died to-duy nt the farm of . L. Atpnin,
rrosprct Park Baseball Results,
Central Y. M. C. A., I; Bedford Y. M,
C A 7
Prospect Park F, C t; Bedford A. C. 4.
Irving A. C, ; Victory A. C 5.
LOUISVILLE RACING RESULTS.
First Race Ona mile Utile Bean. 105
(Taylor), won; Dryad. 108 (Neylon). second
1, lnnlee 104 (MrCabel. third. Time
t.it i.x 01,1 Trumn. Transit. Oltana
Macknez, Cliff Maid and Transportation also
Tu'A Hnllne mulliels nald Little Bean,
straight 120, place 11.10, show 14,10; Dryad,
place 4, show 13 10, Prlncsss Janice, show
Second Race Plx furlongs Klva, II
iMott). won, Uncle Hart, 101 (Turner)
second! Cash On Delivery. 109 (Nevlon)
hiprf Tim, 1 -13 3.S. Al B och. Maria C
l.n.lv T.nnnn. Anna Heed. Duchess Daffy,
Orosvenor, U II. Adair and High Street
Two dollar mutuels pnld Klva. straight
26 CO, place 112 H0, show 13 70; Uncle Hart,
place IIO.JO, show M.o; lasn un uciivrrj
show 13. CO.
Third Race One mile Palms. 1M (Mr
Howe), won; Oalley Slave, 151 (Jlr. Reenel.
second. Balily. 151 (Mr. Thompson), third.
Time 1-44. Golden Treasure, Cloud Chief
n ti I (ml In n also ran.
To dollar mutuels paid Palms, straight
t uu, place II 10. show 13.10; (lalley Slave,
place CI, show S.o, llanly, show 15.
Fourth Rare One mil. and u sixteenth -J.uueH
PorUery 110 (Dlihmoii). on. Fur
long, IOC (Domlnlcki, second; Wander. 101
(Obert), third. Time, 146. Prospect, Star
of Danube, Bonne Chance, I'alcadn and (luld
Color also ran. ... .
Two dollar mutual paid Jams Doekery.
- .A ...... tf IA IS .ft I1,,..
i riL"",'.' "'.f'r Va" Vh'i - r nT-;.' , ,,v
tun,. iini,'J 'i . "i
show II 50.
Fifth llai e Two-year-olds, five furlongs
Filigree, lot (Connolly), won, I.ady Bar
bury, 100 i Molt), second; Margaret !., 101
(Taon. third. Time. 1:00 ilertrude B.,
Almrda Lawrence. Dark Flower, Ambrosial
and Kalherlne 11. also ran.
Two dullar mutuels paid Flllaree, straight
17.40 ola-'H 14.30. show IS. I.ady Barbary.
place ISs SO, enow 5.30, Margaret D. show
"sixth Race On. mile Nash, 107 (Obert i
won, Clnxonelte, 110 (Feeney), second;
Bushv Head, 103 (Neylon), third Tlnr.a.
l ln 3 5 I.oveland Charmeuse, Naosrano,
(lallant llov, Princeton and I'eb.lo ulso ran.
Two dollar mutuels pain- N'ash. straight
It 10. place It 30, show I1.S0; Claxoneitc,
place 5. show 15. Bushy Head, show IS 10
Seventh Rnce -One mil. hiuI a sixteenth
Spindle, ion ( Waldroni, won. Dilator). 10S
il(ooiicl. setonu, i.eopoiu, i"is iiurneri,
SIX has wiped
out in New York
City the old
idea that a "Six"
is expensive to
Because it is an economical
Its economy comes from light
Drop forgings save weight
We use 247 more than any
Heat treated steel saves
weight is stronger
We use more than any other
The SIX motor is more
powerful, more smooth
and uses less fuel than a
"Four" of larger size.
The Studebaker SIX is easy
on tires easy on fuel
because it weighs less than
That is why owners arc sat
isfied. Why sales are greater than
any other "Six."
r. . B. Detroit
FOUR Tourliij Car tlfivi
MX Tnurinr lr M57S
SIX l.andau-Huadster SfiO
SIX Sedan f?M
Mndii "35' Tuurlng Car
Model "35" Coupe ll.vi
hlx-l'an.cner MIX 11554
o me .rw iur r. v-. nm , i. i,.... pierce. 3 and 1: On ne beat
r .nml tii.innrrnw mornlnir the match K.imc will be held at Travorr, Uland on , tVii. 1 u! CO boles); Taylor beat Escher,
" - be, Humphries vs. Phillips, Hetlet Juno 20. .1 up.
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fervVlll (L'all-l,.n).how 17 10. tlUrd Time, t aprlnit to Mr. AllKtlll for $.1,000. tl.o ,To dollar m ' P d" i Uu II - rlKht I
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Lody Rankin also ran. H una ureiuinff. l.o.
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