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THE SUN. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2. 1915.
Mrs. Barger Wallach and Craig Biddle Out of Eastern Tennis Three Big Upsets at Belmont Park
IN MIXED DOUBLES
Mrs. Iliinror Wiillneli mid Crnijr
Kiddle Meet Detent in
JIISS lUl'IlSTEDT APPKAKS
rittt.Aprt.iuiA, June 1. Miss Dorothy
plton and A. I). Thayer of the Phila
delphia Cricket flub furnished the sur
ttl of the day In the women's cham
plonfhtp tourney of Pennsylvania hihI the
Enstern runte to-day wnn tney sue
f,eJe In defe.alng Mrs. jlnrger Wal- wng
UA of. Newport .Hid Craig Diddle of
Ihli Ity n the mixed doubles. The gal- . . . . , ... , ',,
u 'y did not expect Miss Dlsston and wh,cn ,ne remo outsider, James Mc
Mf Thayer to win more than one match. Manus's O'Sullivan, scored at tho long
They won the llrst net artcr a spirited
mutch, by 1" to 15. and then won the
match by capturing the second and final
set, 6 lo 3,
There. were no surprising results to.
. lnlhln,ttM',tr.llhlAa .!! 1
the matches In the ladles' doubloa. Miss
Mniu Hiurstedt was seen In action for
the first lime here and with Mrs. Mclean
as her rsrtner reached the third round
., ,r ..flubles at tht expense of Mrs.
J 0 IIIMis and Mrs. V. II. tlllbert. Not
peine compelled to. Miss HJurstcdt did
rot let herself out to-day.
Another good match In the mixed dou
tilts wns one In which Miss Clare Cassel
nn.l WalUee P. Johnson defeated Miss
Llennora Hears and W. J. Clothier by 2
sets to ! They won the first and third
,(t, kj, 61, and lost the Intervening
imft'57. The summary:
Chsmplonshlp Singles. Third Hound
Mrs. Marshall MMLran. Morrlstown. de
tested Mln ' nnr Hears. !.ongwooil.
,! i (; Mix meaner Carey. Haltlmore.
dsfeaied Miss LILiibeth l'orter, Washlng
len 5. S. Ml" Claire Cassel. New
York, defeated Miss Iorothy Dlsston.
Pnl elphla Vrlekel. J: Mrs. D.
V Wood. Shrewsbury, defeated Miss 1.
Kissel. Hoston. 84. Si Mrs. c. N.
Heard, Cynsyd, defeated Miss Mlrlan
rteever. Andnver. 4 . ;. II Mrs.
lurger-Wallarli. Newport, defeated Miss
Jlsrret Tailor. Merlon, 4. :; Miss
lines Kennedy, .Merlon, defeated Mies
Vllth Hunk. Merlon, 75. 4 . ; Miss
ID) .lis Walsh, Merlon, defeated Mrs. 11. S.
Mnllh. Merlon, t 4, S (.
Double First Hound Miss Kdlth flunk
end Slim Mary Williams defeated Miss M.
Mll.ett nd Mrs. .1. Paulding. :. 7:
Mlii llleannra Hears and Mla Marlon
Finns defeated Mls K. M. Vox and Mrs.
(illbert llaraev. 1. -4: Miss M. Thomp
sm int Mls M. Wllllard defeated Mrs. W.
I' Nehall and Mls pontile, Norrle. S.
71, ( -: Miss Helen Alexander an. I Miss
lioroihy l)ltnn defeateil Mlta M Taylor
M lll M Toates, 1. 2X Mies Altnes
Kennedy and Mrs. II. II. Smith defeated
the Mines K. and A. Ilensel. 4. 4 it.
t -1 Mite Hleanor Carev and Mlis nmlle
Keinely defeated Mils M. i:. Vltro and
Mlii K llrlninn, 6 -:, i: Mls Ullraheth
l'orter and Miss M Smith defeated Miss
Kthel Dunham and Mlsa A. Miller. J.
7 S. Mrs. II A. Sands and Mrs. I). Paul
on from Mies Clare Cassel and partner
Serond Hound Miss Phyllis Walsh and
Mr. I Si Ml. titer. Jr., defeated Miss Uvelyn
Rank 'and Mrs. V, N. Hleg. 6:. S 7.
f :, the Misses M and S. Myers won from
Mr K H. Walnwrlrht and pirtner ty
fliliult. Ml" Molla HJurstedt nnd Mrs.
IMhstl Micl.enn defeated Mrs. J. U,
!! and Mrs. r. II. tlllbert, Jr.. 5
Mini Initile. Klrt Itound Mls 17 M.
To and Edmund Thayer nn from Miss
Atnes Kennedy anil V, D. Stroud hy de
fiult MH Marlon Fenno and Alfred Dab
ri on from Mrs. C. N. Heard and V M.
n Flihr hy default: Mrs. D. I'xul and
rirar Si-ntt defeated Mls Mlrlsm Steever
and I X Dixon. S. J: Mli Phvlll
Walih ant P. II, fllhbs defeated Miss
Fophlt Xorrl" nnd 17. M. Fldwards. I.
I Mils Molla Ulurdetedt. and II. 17.
fchlne! on from Mrx. I. Srhlleter and
Tt. J. Crosier by default. Mrs. Marshall
MioUan and W. T Tllden. Jr. defeated
tr. 11 II Smith and I. H Huih, I,
I: .Mlis f'lr.' I'me) ind W K John
n defeated Miss nieonnrn Sears and V
J C'.oihler. ! J. S- 7. 5. Mr Oilbert
lUr.-ey and II. C. Townsend defeated Mls
!. Taylor nnd Allan Evans. Jr.. 7 b. 5,
Second Hound Mr. I P Wood nnd H.
T Vn Vlelt defeated Mies Coatea and K.
Klrk.and. 7 -S. S: Miss I. A. hlssell
snd c S Horers ilefeate.1 Miss I.dlth
Tljrk and A. (1. Kolff, J. I: Ml;
Virion Fenno nnd Alfred Dabney defeated
Ml" Fox snd 17 Thayer. It 9, J. Mr;,
riot srd K'Usr Scott defeated Mls Waljh
d F II illbbs. 60. f. 7; Ml Dorothy
riiiiton snd A. D Thayer defeated Mrs.
Pirter-Wallarh and Craig 111. Idle. 1715.
S Ml Kleanor Carey snd James
'reT defeated Mrs. V. C. Freeman and
Tlrnoke IM wards, S t, 75, 5.
Oniolvlnn Singles. First Tlnund-MIs"
Amy Harris defrated Miss Vlrelnla Litch
field. :, 14; Miss Margaret Meyers
n frim Mrs (illhort Harvey by default.
S'rnr.d Hound -Mlis Kmllle Kennedy de.
f'stel Mi K Hrlnton. S, 4. Mls
r.ertrude llnUI. defeated Mrs. J. CI. Illbbs,
Medley nnd .MnrCIn Win ristyofT.
.Mot-NT VcnNON, N. Y., June 1 The
playoff of the tie which resulted In the
New York Newspaper 5olf Cluh's
tourney on the links of the Slwanoy
Country Club on May S3 was held at
Slwanoy to-day A. Medley nnrt II, II.
Martin heat II Main's and K, K.
Fliush on the nineteenth green. With
two hn!e.x to play the losers were
iormy, but Medley and Martin won the
lut two, squaring the match on the home
rreen. Then they won on the extra
To riay for Qnnkrr nidge- Cop.
Play for the Quaker nidge cham
rlon'hlp cup will begin on the courts
e( the New Huchelle Tennis Club on
June 19 The tournament will consist
ef men's singles and doubles, mixed
roubles and women's singles. Ilntrles
rloie with IMwln II. Hurst, .111 Ijifayette
"reel. New Rne'irlle, on June 17,
TO-DAY'S PIPING ROCK .CARD.
rir-t Rare The llroa I Hollow Plate: hacks
Ml humeri one m'le slid a furlong:
free tnd F.ny
1fl Nnez.iy ... 14"
n Walking Foi .... H'
16 'v'tilaht of Merel.... U
' Iiuty 135
. w md Hare
The North Shora riate:
"nliai llicpl.i !ia,r.
srllm;, about two
1 i:i Hart."
I. Ikibbereen ...
1 'i Old Salt .. ..
1': Zellwood . ..
13) Timber Wolf.
I r Swish
Third llae. Tlie Itmnki-il!,, IHfite, for Un
J1' nhout four furlnns-H:
I'nd' ' Dr y.ab 10'
iliien r,,ie 104 iti-f In.t 117
LV'"' im lunhasfd in
!" 1" Ironunale lei
in lir,it in; Mustard 11!
W'.-e ia" Helen Marie .. . 101
four" H. Th Fox Point Plate: lisndi-
'or tlree rear olds and tipnard: about
' Une Maiden
s ' -or
" flaizannn 1 I
IV Miiinder JW
li Sincsonr ''' 1
. W Holy V
"I anil Hog M
. . Vfi filvairy W
,. 124' dams Kspress 114
to. Umi Dale 9'
11' :ir.ilna ino
'i1 Disl.ime 101
120 Doublet 107
The Cri.,ii ralnn n Plate; handl-
I.aiUr W I
J.Iii-i on j,
a'out two miles:
H Ssh . ..
tl' Indian Arrow..
I 1 1 omfillmcit
IM 3kihberi'cri. . .j
' . livoier
i illankeninirg. .
1 1" 'link Fish ....
Tin- lliiMm Plate; handicap;
; -il i. I Mm
Arma , -,i
i' ix lunongs
ii Kit uscan .. .
i Suw innee ...
' nil lluilly . .
' A udrs
i Hosa Itllssell .
Doublet . . .
1. e s
LONG SHOTS COME HOME
IN FRONT A T BELMONT
Capture Half the Card and Press Favorites Hard in
Other Three Races O'Sullivan Picked
for Last Finishes First.
Thero were more surprises. In yester-,son
day's racln at Helniont Pttk than on
any other .lay since the season opened.
. . ..... .
Three publlo choice won, It la true, hut
the margin of victory of each waa alight,
while threo outnldera cams home In the
other events comfortably and with
highly remunerative odds against all
odds of 15 to 1 In a field of Ave. While
the experts were making up their minds
as' to the relative merits of Perthshire,
llurnltan and Ouy Fisher, a strong play
.... . , . -
on Jntnes Mutter's Dervish called atten
tion to his chances. O'Sullivan was
overlooked entirely, while the fact that
lMdlc Dugen had tho mount waa respon
sible for Miirnknii dosing a Kllght
favorite over Perthshire, the opening
Ilurnkan was first away, but was
quickly outrun by Dervish. Perthshire
waa away last and never waa a con
tender, but Muraknn looked to havo a
great chance when Dugau sent her to
the front on entering the utretch.
O'Sullivan joined the leaders nt the
eighth pole, and quickly disposed of
them, but Uuxton had to keep going
to stave oft the challenge of old Cluy
Fialier. which came with ti belated rush
and flnlnhed second, half a length behind
TI.1I. h'a l.1l.,.. H.A H-,tt.1
for the victory of August Mdmont's
llocK fvind colt, namrosch, In tho first
race ror two-year-olds. (HfTord A.
Cochran's Mauds OfT, with Warrington
In tho saddle, led until the nn.il elghth,
when Damrosch showed In front for a
few strides'. From that point to the
finish the crack Jockey pinned his op.
Ilelmont colt home a head In front. A
protest of foul riding wns deliberated
on for some time by the stewards before
the finish wns confirmed.
j. ii. i.oucneims nay o- Light, one
of tho three neglected ones In the soennd !
rn. ., mil. I.. . . . .
rui-o, ni uiie nine, was in ironi ironi me '
drop of the Hag except for a few strides
when Orotund took command In tho ,
stretch. Hay o' Light had plenty left, I
however, and won handily by a length 1
and a half from Orotund. Koblnetta :
tlnlshrd third, a head In front of the
With the exception of Itae IJ., a 50 to 1
shot, John JJ. Madden's Sprint was at I
the longest odds of those which went I
to the post for the third race for maiden
two-yo.ir-old Allies. Kemlnlst, one of
the pair running In the Cochran colors,
had performed so well that the entry
was held at even money, with James
llutler's Variety and I.. S. Thompson's
Hidden Star looked on as dangerous.
Feminist acted badly at the post, but
led soon after the start and appeared
to have the race won when Sprint came
Iwth a rush In the last sixteenth and
getting on terms fifty yards from the line
won by half a length.
The steeplechase was considered a gift
for J. H. Lewis's Old Salt, but Mender-
POSSIBLE WINNERS AT
BELMONT PARK TO-DAY
First tlaee fllno, Half Itork, Fore
rust. .Second Itnee Itunes, Kilkenny
Hoy, Adams Kxpress.
Third Itari l.orar, Grasp, l'lelone.
Fourth Itare Monlresnr, Ilrdgr,
Fifth Hare High Chair, Stella
rlnn, Jerry Jr.
Hlxth Hare Minstrel, Striker,
TO-DAY'S BELMONT PARK CARD.
rirst na-For three-rear olds
ward: conditions; one mile:
Fair Count 10 Olno,
Half lick. 10 Forecast
Sam Mc.Meekln.... 104iElruscan
Second Race Handicap: for threo.rear.olds
and upward; seven furlongs; main course;
Top Hat 10 Hune 10J
Adami Kxpress.... 11S D. stance 3C
Kilkenny Boy lot;
Third Uses The Fashion: for tiro-j ear-old
fllliea: firs furlonra:
Oraap Ullljady Hllllnrton...
Fourth Race The Harlem Selling:
three-year-olds and upward; on mite:
Fllttrriold HI Hedge
Montrreor Ill Doublet
O .M Miller 114 Amain
Flflh Rai'e For two-year-old maidens; sell.
I in:, me lunongs;
Hlih Chair 11! Dr. flremer
Miss I'hllbln IM Devonshire Dolly..
Hixlh Kaiv For threi- ear-olds and
ward; selling; six lurlonis; etralrht:
Slonehense 113,Sonc of Valley.. .
xirikrr .114 Minstrel
. in .iiiiieriiiiiiiHii
. 11.' Duke, of Dunbar...
, 112 Amans
. 112!Menlo Park
, 100 Kirusean
, 1W, Forecast
BELMONT PARK TURF NOTES.
Owing to the success of the raelngand
ine increase u ,uw,, .... "...
Chester Racing Association announced yes.
terday that all purses for over night events
would ho Increased 1100. This Is expected
to result In larger fields and mora spirited
contests. ... .
James Ilowe, who haa bean away In
Kentucky, saddled hla nrst rarea In the
Kasi for U H. Thompson when he sent the
i nily Hidden fltar to tna poat. ne nny
belter race next lime.
ran Kreen anu i iii-u i" ,mv,,
l;mll lleri nas urriven ai "i" """"'i"
string o eignr. inciuninK j-nr.ri
which was Imported from Kngmnd last
fa'l with a gnu. I repuioiion.
Frank Taylor bought the three. year-old
llrimmleaf from I.. X. Thompson tor .
Linker nf Pittsburg . .
The first bid up nf Hie meeting occurred
after Mil H.ilt had won the steeplechase.
Th winner wns sold to Mr Cidiurn for
I0, which Is tlOO oier his entered price.
.lames HlltWr's Pebbles put In s. good
workout for th coming slakes In the
morning when he travelled a mile and a
riuarter In 2:07 3-fi Flying Fairy also did
well, turning a mile In 1:40 1-8,
CROSS TO FIGHT W0LGAST.
Well Known l,lKliwrlsTM Mert fit
HI. .Mrholsua A. C. To-nlnht.
I.earb Cross nnd Ad 'Wolgast will
ahnw whv they should or should not be
..IiiimiaiI na nniilnnilori CI t tbei HcrhtWelcht
crown of Freddy Welsh when they
meet to-night nt the IP. Nicholas A. C.
Iloth nsert that they ara In Iho best
of condition nnd u-idy for the hard-
. ... ii, ,..
est mini or iiaiii-. im-y in ..m.i in
in .1 r ui I mm imir iniuic.u ,, ,
1"l IM pounds nt Hint hour
d'i at Hi-nun' Cor nocliawav Club Jnrlt
I At irow ih lor HOC! TO) .lun JHCi
H j Hernple, Inn latest gl.uit Iniporlatlon
HJifrom California, will meet Al ICublalt
'3"lnn Friday evening llemple was onn
J;;of Wlllard's sparring partners In Cuba
if find l said to havo Wn thn best nf
tho lot. He has fought In fifteen bouU
I.-. mil his nmmnsala In
.1.. " '
rode a waiting raeo and then took
'things so easily In the run In that Old
?v!,,only '"V' n "7 ov" M' Hniart's
iTlJoloe at the fin .in. The old cam-
palgner Amain ecored his first win on
the Belmont l'nrk track In ih last rnee.
Twice he has disappointed his admirers
at the present mcMlng nnd It was only
oy a nose that he made amends yes
terday. Jnwbono cut out a hot pace nnd
Amalfl was left eight lengths In the
rear In the, nrst half of the mile and a
rtirlong. Al Illoch took the lead In the!
stretch and It was only McCahey's nerve
" "my mrougn on ine rail
that enabled Amain to eet un In flme
to capture the purse. Tho summaries:
For tKO.yr.ir-old hleh havo not won at
the meeting: by subscription of Ho, ltli luu
added; five furlongs:
Horse A Age. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Tin.
nanimseh, S . nn.,nugan .(Mo 1 P'
Hands Off. z.. no.. Warrington, J-l 2-S 2i
Murphy, a no. Hrryer 4 1 even
Mag. Quince, 2., io7 Preeee. . .so-l lo-l 4
, Time, Iffl,
Good start: on rlddtn out; DamrOTrh, hr. c.
by Hork .Sand- Dissembler: owned by August
lleltnnnti trained by S. C. Illldrrth.
Selllnr: for three-year-olds and upward;
nurse, tmo. one mile:
Horse & Age. Wt, Jockey.
Hay o' Light, 4..110 Steward,..
Orotund. 1 no fral
Iloblnetta, 4 ilk", .iluxtun..,.
Camrllla, A..,. Hi). I.lllry
t)r. Duenner. a..l7 Nnlsn,. ,.
Ileethoven, S.,, 102, Umder
Sir Di-nrah, ..,, HO., Corey. ...
Otto riolo, 4, ...lot ,l)'.el
1J-1 -l l'i
l-l n-li Ji
J-l 2-1 3k
11-S even 4
, -2 S.-5 A
. 7-1 fr-2
2i-l S-l 7
.30-1 101 8
. lime. i.s.
Cood start: won handily: Hay o1 Light, ch. c,
by Peep o- Day- Freyja: owned by J, II, Lou
chelm; trained by C. !'. Clark,
TIIIH1) It AO'..
For maiden two-yrar-old fillies; by auuacrtp
'J0""' wUh '"ldcd: five and a half fur.
Horse A Age. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Pin
fprit.J 112. ureter... 7-1 3-1 !
, i,uiiii.i, ii. .iiiuiKiun.rvrn 1 -a
Variety. 2,, III llnrel n-s 7-10 Sn
llmom Corn. 2.112 I.lllry . . ,even Ki 4
Hidden altar, 2, 112 .(inrner.,.. f,-l S-l &
liar II.. 2.. , 112 .l'ral So-l 13-1 6
Coupjed as Cochran entry.
i imr. i
nck .Sand Sprite: owned by John ii. Madden;
trained by V. S, Walker.
.Selling: for ttirre.ycar.oMs nd upward;
nurse. ;ni. one mile:
vs,l!I.,.v!n. 'I0 -!mton.
imrse a age. iii. jociiry
IS-t &-1 Pi
1.1-S even 2
.11-5 7 -10 .1
. r.-l s s i
12-3 4 3 &
'." ' " Ml'mC.
iiurakan. i ... nr. ii;,
Hcrlh..i ii. Louder..
IVrthsiiIra-. "...11" l'ral. ...,
Mrt: won drli'lngVo'.sullUan. eh. h..
by Oddfrltow noMnante. unnnl by James
icunus; iraineu uy i.. i.unnuicnam.
tsntfha f11lfift trsw tntt -f ear.nl.l. t,l '
linunrtl which hm n'n wn?i nt tM. mtlme. '
tint- lAib lisin t lun mlli I
' s ' '. if. '.... .. 1
I, siui-Kl'), I'licr", I In.
II, llin.lrrson.. 12 nut la
Frljolle, 3. .
I Fovcrnft. ...
a-a 2i 1
Ill Al en....
. 3-1 3-3 3
.SO-1 S-l i
lllddy Mcuee. a.l3 Murphy..
a-i io-i s
e , !
1 and I
i unr, Zi.
Cood start: won rlrvrrly: Old Salt, b,
Seahorse II Salllr Thomaon; owneil and
tralurU by J, II. Lewis.
Selling: for four-year-olds and upward: by
siibv-Hpilon nf IK', with JVM added; one mile
and a pirlong.
Horse Age. Wt. Jockey. Prices. Fin.
Amalfl, aged... 109 McCahey.... 1-1 out I"
AlHlurh. i... . tin Umdrr ... ia-5 7-in 2
Jawbone, C M lliipklns... 7 2 7-10 3
Tlm 1 12 2.3.
Cood start: won rlddrn out, Amain, rh g., by
The.scrlbe Tarantilla imniHl by 11, T. Wllann,
Jr trained by T J llialtj
LONG ISLAND TEAMS
MEET ON POLO FIELD
j Iteiiilinv HrooU Mnpies Cup
nre Virst finnie of Touniev
1'roiii fJrent Xeek Four.
f-..... Vt-tr t. T ...... . . , .
llrst regular tournament game of the
season was played on (Irnce Field be.
tween itbe Great Neck Wanderers and
.Meauow itrooK .Magpies. A fast e ght
nei,i ..,.. i . ,.i. ...,!
the Meadow Hrooks by a score of Ji,
goals to hVt.
The regular echedMle which was to
have been played this week hae, been
changed and Instead two games will be
piayeu at ciping liocg Club aUn io
races to-morrow and Saturday. Tho
game to-day was the first of three which
are to be played for the third Oreat
Neck challenge cup, and the others will
be played next week.
The lineup nt the Piping nock Club
i!o-morrow after the races will be J. S.
lhln. I r v.. , .i..i...
11. Stevenson 'and n. M.lburn, w-bo' wl'ir'be
opposcl by Fred McLaughlin of "hicago.
wiJ- Wnl??.n Webb. I.. K Stoddard and
II. C. t'hlpps. Tliey will play In the
order named. McLaughlin nnd Webb
were members of the Mldwlck team
which plajed on the ennet lnt winter,
nnd went through the season without n
defeat. On Sn.'urday the ulnner of to -
morrow's game will play C. I'. Ilendle
ston, It. li Montagne, r. c. Itumst-y
nnd a back yet to he chosen. The play
ers will line up without handicap, and
Individual cups will be given by tho club
MKADOWIHIOOK I ORF.AT NECK
MAHl'lKS Hp WANDKUKIts Hp
Ne 1 Itnymond Pel- INo. I Maurnw Heck
mont 41 ai'hpr ... . 1
No 2 Datld Dowa . 3NoJ-K. 11. Morgan.
4'No. I-Il. K. (latins .. 4
3!iack-J. (1. Mlllmrn,
(lOals-Pows, I: Ilelmnnl, 8: Mnrsan, 3;
Loew, .1; Heekscher, rhlnps .Meiulou brook
jly earned (oals, 10; lost by penalties, goal;
toini, n ureal .ieeii-iiy csrnixi goals, i;
allowed ny naiKiicap, s; lost ny ienaitlee.
K: total t'i noils K.lrht periods of 7
minutea llefereiwj c Cooley. Timer nrul
fli-orer J Kuyene (Jeer
columblTto play PENN.
Imlth Co Pitch for lllne nnd While
In Flnnl (I nine To-dny.
Columbia's commencement day game
with rennsyivania will no plnyed to.
day on' South Held nnd It Is expected
Unit (leorgo Hint I w Hitch. Hmllh
hn. l,ttH two f)imlnr senlrm nlrn.arK.
nun year, oui umi ih no criterion an io
what wilt happen to-day. Lust year
Cnlumhlii hail won threo games In n
row from Its rlvnl oniy to lm mnod nut
In thn dual game In the tenth Inning
..fine tnn.tln l,u 1 tn 1 In tliA ntchll.
CnpL K.iunders O'Nenlo probably will
pi;,y his Inst gnnio for Columhlii by
being assigned to llrst banc Khoiild
return for grnduntn work next yenr
. ... . . ... .
no ntii no longer on riiKinio ntnimn oi
in,, i i-niy iiitin uwt hiim, , ,n muiiiiik riu-
i detits holding degrees from competing
for Cnltimlila Charlev llann thn old
lor ( nltni I la. l-n"riey ''"""',,'"
Hnrvnnl player, mny sharo thn gamn
with O'Nealo, as It will bo his last gamo
also Coakloy wlir put llnserf lit third
.nstend of Hhen Tho former nppears
less erratic. Arranitements tn play off
the rubber game between Columbia nnd
I l.'.rdhn ni VHlsnlnv fadlnd. Columbia
., '", .; vVd V: in,i for i..n
practised hard Instead for I'enn,
i ,.i....r.,, .... .
IN TENNIS TOURNEY
Olll.V 3 Of 12 MntcllOS riliycd
In Women's Singles on
ward and vosmar. WIN'
IlAnTsnAt.E, N, Y., June 1. The de-
fault fever still msed strong In the lawn
tennis tournament for tho championship (seconds. The 110 yard run was won ! nf!,t eighteen holes of the thirty-six
of Mastern New York State nt the West-' by Ileaman, with Moneypenny second I hole mednl play for the championship
Chester County Country Club to-day, but' anl Alford third, In r.8 seconds. Thctenf the Women's Kastern flolf Assocla-
It shifted from tho men's singles to the j ''" 'iLUHn1.' , l0" th" Mcrlon Crlchet club
..... leap, and Moneypenny won, clearing the I .
omen s singles and mixed doubles. lh, R f, xe.-.-- u...., ,i ' were disappointingly high with only three
I'erhaps this was because It was Impos-'
ibB t0 nt nny morn defaults Into the !
i sium 10 in nny niurn uciiiuun im ma t
men's singles, but at any rate tnere,
nr rlno rnrf-ll. In tlm women's alneles 1
.' . ..
and only three matches nctnanj were,
played. All or tho ntne were in me,
llrst and second rounds, In which only 1
one contest was nctua
tr.Ixt'd doubles there were (our defaults
nr.d two milchu played.
Vandcrbllt Ward and S. M. Voshell,
Hronx chnmploti and former llronx
I'haniplon, came through to the round
before the scml-nnal In the men's sin-, Tho fastest wns won by Klngslev Aid
gles. Ward came thruufh by beating ridge, with IC. Ljine second. In to 2-6
Charles Chambers at 03, ti 4, while 1 seconds. Fuller won the next fastest,
Voshell vanquished W. S. Andrews nt with Wilkinson second. In 10 4-5 yec
C I. ft 4. C? I,. Johnston. Jr.. former . . ftr... . , .
Xn?" ?".. Cr!Zl i
limn . 1 1 av I 1 kill II lJ lUIIIl ' Ut'ltlllllK
i;rl C. Ilagga In the third round ut
(llof ll, beat ,n,trh,. of .... dnv
. :j ,: . ,,ii .im i: t -
was In tho u.vn s doubles with nnl and
Allen Hehr opposed lo Clifford lllacei I
nnd H. K. lingers the second rouml. I
Ward and Hehr won In straight sets, butj
each sit went to twenty games with
icore at 11 v, 11 v, Tho summaries:!
r.aetcrn New York stale Championship.
Men e Mnglea, Third Hound Charles
Clumbers Ueteatrd II. W. llaller. 6 0.
r n; W K. Andrews drftnted 1 I. Hoot, I
17 -5. C--3. t'
u Johnston. Jr., defeated
Fred ('. Hjrs. 7 S. 7 -4; II. V llobluson I
Chamber". --3, 64; H, 11. Voshell de
iraieu i Andrews, (. l, r, -l
ChamMinrhln Women's ."Inales. First
Hound -Miss Marie Wugner won from Miss
(leriru.le Hll.t Torre by default; Mrs. I
unyiine-Ktans won irom Mrs. II. ,w. Iloth- ,
eilllld by defau't. Mrs, J. J. While won
from Mrs A. Humphries by default. Mrs.
W II. Voss won from Miss Klliabeth
Handy by default.
Serord ltound---Mlsa Marie Wagner won I
from Mrs. A. I. Ilummett hy default; Mlsa
Margaret drove won from Mrs dwynns '
fro,?".Mr.',V"UA.' ..7-llbv'l:ieV.07 Ml0.". '
W'ir.' r"rr.',Jr wnn from Florence '
llalHii bv def.iult: .Vr. W II Vo" won
from Mr". J .1. while hy default. Mrs ,.
V 'l -Mr"' 11 " Hsford. j
Third Hound Miss He.sle Holden ds-1
feated Ml" Marciret riamare. 1. S 9:
Miss Marie M.ner defeated Miss- Mar-
Kirit Smvi. t I. 2
Tlnin.l 1 rM i.n.1 Ms. ti..,tu u.itt ,.,
1 , ' ' ";- ihiiumi w uu
""" " "nmseniia ny oe-
fivin. ..in. i.i.irh mi i i,r .orion won
frniii Mrs. A. c. Jenkins and nariner i,v
t'.::0.ni1 Ilou'i! -Ml"" Anne Fish and Pr.
A W Watte won from Mrs i and Mr. t. d ey
Hritton by default; Miss Marie WacneV
"d A!hert J. Ostendorf won from Mr".
and Mr t). 1 Moorehead by default: Mrs.
Hoyal VLMor and Abraham llaeeford. Jr,
defended Mrs and Mr. Owynne.Kvana,
Third Itound Miss M. Oamage and W.
J Cassldy defeated Miss Anne Fish and
"r.-' .e. ?. L .
t.nampionsnip .Men " Doubles, First
rirnind-A. Jt Man. Jr.. and Cedrle A.
Malnr won from Count Otto Palm-lipng.
i.T.'i am, "r..wi'n"?;
.1 llamir .n" ml II Csmmnn. 1,1 defnull
Me.1t an 1 4 llnnneisell ilefent.,1 llr
Nir n an I A l)jsen!nirv a -3 7 r, 2
Sr. inl ltv.n.l V H Ward and A Hehr
ldefr.i.i.1 I'lff.rt H!avk and It. l: Hoaers
' 11- 1. 11 - J
FAVORITES ALL PRACTICS.
iiir(iiila Links Crmrilrd With
AsplriiuCs for Klrkliy'a Title.
Iivi- v v r,,n i m,
ioi.. 1 , Juno 1 Thn course or
the Apawaml" Club was crowded to-
day by th.. solfcrs who hnvn entered for
Jtho metropolitan championship which
I begniK to-mormiv. All of the favorites
I Vlsltid the course In oriler to get In at
least one practlro round before the
, touiney begins and many of them played
I two rounds to-day.
Oswald MrKby. the present holdr of
Marston ntnl ilfiiry Topping. The seo
rotary of tho Metropolitan Coif Asso
elation, i: Mortimer llarnes, came up i
iirr.uiKe ine neiaiis 01 1110 murnev. i
, ? ' tn; ,'V,"r,..'mV'K!l to .''''V: ' ?hu:rn
Ji.,' " i, ' ' ,', rn UBrafn
f''5U;'i o' n, Mrfn,m, nmrTr!,'.,Wh0
a" m.r p "ta" tM' nv" t,m,!,
V "l,hoJ x lfXo,r?" ""o" to-day.
'"'"'. '" ''"roon. yung-
Kir Tn,l? Ti
their scores manifested by the more
hi iht doe, , 1 11 re?Urfs, re.cor.1
m isllMs rl that they will
not do well to-morrow. In tho past so
many golfers hnvi reported remrtrkahl
rsnti.l. In urnnh h.. .
wh.n acual play began, thaVit I. be!
-omlng the fashion to say nothing nhout
the prellmin-iry round, beforo a big
As nnrmuu . ed yesterday the first pair
to-morrow will li-nvo the first tec. at S
, o'clock, and even with such nn early
, stint It will he no ensy taik to get the
, Held of 110 golfers around the course
twlcn beforo darkness falls.
MONTREAL RACDIG RESULTS.
First Hare Five and a half furlonxs -Lady
London, 110 (Hayes), 6 to 2, even
and 2 lo i, won. Mlra i'h luser 109 (T.ip
lln. .1 to 1, 2 to 1 nnd even, serond .
Ilubleon II. , 111 (Metralfel. 7 to 2. 7 to f,
and 7 to ID, third Tlmo, I ns.. Allre K
Otailnn, C oak, Veneia Sirome, Lurla,
Miss Mehard, Applauder, Amazement and
l.chKiblbhie also ran.
Sei und Itnio Tlire-year-olds; six fur
lungs llcllctlon, 107 l Matthews), II to h
I to 2 and out. won. ffehnnpps, 107 (Me
Ateei. n lo 1, 5 In t and 3 to 1. serond,
Jusfttna Z'trnte, 102 (Cooper), 3 to 1
ien and 1 In 2, third Time, i mj.i.
Hivirsnrk. Tlvla. Knight nf Pythias.
Cully. Hi. Hand. Jefferson. John Wjlter
.ritnim ri, .1. raut names, n.ibject und
It. s'-in' ul-o ran
Third llm'e Three-year-olds and up- I
ward, rive and one-halt furlongs Ilroom
se, Ice, 111 ( Vnndtiseni, Ii to 2, I to f, and
nut, won. fmle III. Ic. lis miiert), 20 tn 1,
io 1 and 4 to 1. serund, Ford Mul, 112 1
. c.neinsn i, 13 tn 1, t tn 1 and J to 1, I
bird. Time, 1 o Z-l. New tr.uk record.1
Miss Clara, Marty Iaiii. Mirsund, Cain
i li.is, r, s.ing of llorks. Kranels. ToddlliiK,
Jesmip Hum nn,l Arcene atso ran.
l-'itiirth It. ire.-Tbree-veur.olds and i,t. '
lm, six furlongs- Water L.idy, 101 (Shll
ilngi 7 tu 6, l to 4 and out, won; Hrave
uiiaroer. mi (.ipuni. j oi, in i and
Stalwart lleirn. Deposit and Col -
tl' nlsn rin
Fifth Hare Three. year-olds, five and a
half furlongs Hliuih, 112 (Ambrose), 3 to
1, II to D ir.d ,1 tn 6, won, In'iuletn, 110
(Cooperi, t; to 1, it to 1 nnl 3 to 1, sec
ond, Laura, too (Taplln). I m I, I tn I
and 2 to 1, third Time, 1 07 2 -r, Miss
(lav'e. King ll.i.lfnnl. (irtyx. Liberty Hall.
Hpidin. Alenur'. Ilalger, Chuckles and
liijiiuesnt- also ran.
ward; selling, one mile and a sixteenth
Mill li Hiii'c- Fotir-year-owa and up
war.i leiniK. one nil e nnn a sixicenm
in,., Around 102 iMi'Atte). to 1. 3 to 5
anil oui. won. i.urn ti. in I np in . a to
I I' nnd out, second; Mud Bill, 10h (Mathews),
4 to 1, 3 tn 6 and out, third, Time,
i ln 2-6 Cogs anil Hurk Kttnoi, also ran
, (icvenih u.ire Fnur-yeur-ulds and up.
ward . reiimg, one mile nnrt seventy yards
'"e iioini-. i i"r'rii ,'' even
"o'to" 1. R t!. 1 and 2 to 1. second; Louise'
Travers, 111 (Metcalfe). 1! to I, I to 1
1 and a lo i, third. Tlm not ilvan. Jos
Hlelll, lllielll Welsh, HherlncK Holmes.
''-Jl'"-. .A "bot-ford. Lenuieiice, ceniaurl,
, mnp i-niinu nnu i.-iny innnccnce oisu ran,
ADELPHI BOYS HOLD MEET.
First Kpaston of Field liny Sports
Produces Ciood liners,
Adelphl Academy students held their I
Held day sports yesterday nflernoon on
Adelphl Field nnd a, goodly crowd of '
those Interested In the youngsters
watched their performances. Dr. Petit, I
I fii;riL,i, uiffiiuuiur, tvus iininii i ui
monies nnd acted as starter, nnd Jack
Moffat, un old Adetphlan, wan referee.
Only four nnils were decided yesterday,
tho 220 nnd 410 yard runs, the 220
hurdles and the high Jump, and tho
others havo gone over until to-morrow.
Vnughan won the hurdle rHCo in 16
! seconds, hcntlng l'lshbeck by a yard,
I with Alford third. Williams, nt-irtlng at i
, scratch, won the 220 yard run : Wing was ,
" 1 '1 l ' . ' '" ,, -"r
Demarest each cleareil 4 feet 10 Inches, !
and with a handicap of 3 Inches Morson t
n. nauuiviiii ui d iiii.-iii-n .imiwiii .
nnl. ....... I . v. .. . i, .
""',.""'"" ','7 ""u "'Z , " ' ',7".' I
'""". .":"" " ' -
for third plr
for third place. .
Tho 60 yar,t ,,S(,h far hoy unJcr
12 years required six heats. Ilurham 1
ids, In which only (made the fastest time, winning his heat ,
lly fought I" tho, In S I-5 second Charles Macy made
made the fastest time, winning his heat ,
the next best time, winning his hcut In
, e t rr. , , ,
1-5 seconds. The other heat winners
re, mo MuK.e n ,i TiM.n
were Flug. McKay, Ilest nnd Tottcn
Hoys between 12 and 14 years need
B ynrds and four heats were decided
-cconds.-with Meurer' sond'. ami a' heat
fAH Ih sil . 1. T...l i -V, 1 1 I
4-5 seconds IMm. Von the 100
. . . W.ltt. Jna. Mil.
vnugnan tnirn, time ii 2-5 seconds.
aiit ir niiTim n i mnnnn
(IN . H.IItH I ft A I HHS
vaiui UAwaaA mill viiAJU
PLAYED IN TOURNEY '
MIsb Xatnlle Urowiiinpr Make
Ilest Progress on Courts of
..,,--. , . ......
ToVKXRS, June 1. After yesterday's
buey day on the courts there was a lull
' , .
In the tournament nt the Aninckaiw.n
b 0nl' 'atch"
played In tho men's singles and three In
. ,,, .. . ,
" women s Miss .Natalie Hrownlng
reached the seml-nnal round In the
women's singles hy winning In the tlist
.l i ..!. in I... n
'," .... ..'! v... isii. i?-.Li'.i...!
torce. a sister of .Mrs. John Jncob Astur,
t. ..a lA Y. t
uui 1 r UI tr, II U Tti.B flliliriillh in III
coM wh.n sh ,ook p...,,
had to default with the score at (.-
, , . , . . ..
t I I ngalnst her. Miss Drowning then
defeated Mrs. I'ercv Wlltiourn In straight
T V V ( I T m.. I
seUi at 01. 60. nnd will meet Mls
Amy Harper In the semi-final round to
I Ingo Mnrtmann of the Bedford Park
I Uwn Tennis Club and Hennle Phillips
of the Harlem I.awn Tennis Club
reached the round before the semi-
1 f ih. .11.. Hnm,
had to play only one match nnd In It
defeatel Kll M Ilehnr at 01, B -3
lp-f 'rr1. ; 7 rivw'vw, s
TousS.'lltlt at B 2, B 4, and . C LI.-
plncott at o 1, t .. rno summaries
Mens singles. First Hound K. M Ilehn.
won Irom N ' Levy by default, A. Has-
for.l won from C Major by default.
I ferond Hound A. J. Ostendorf defeat")
I M 11, Fos, I.', s 4; E. Ilehar won from
i A. llassford by default; V. Ward won from
J. 11. Stelnkampf by default; A. Hehr de
: feated 11. L. Oihley. 2. 4 , 2; II
M Phillips defeated W. J, Toussalnt. 2
, s (
Third Round lngo Ilartman defeated
17 liehir, -1, 1; n. 31. rniiups de
f,B.,,t w c. i.inniorott. a 1. -:.
women's singles, Kirst itound mi
Natalie Hrownlng defeated Mlsi Katherliie
' rom' ',.:MM,llVneSTW.'.V
default. Miss Katherlna Hrownlng f
tested Miss It. Whiteside, 8 1. 6 1; Ml
KlVld'hy'dfault0" ff0m Dt,!,r,,"
. Kecond Hound Mlsa Natalia Hrownlng
I defeated Mrs. I". Wllhourn, 61. 0.
WOMEN PLAY AT BALTUSR0L.
Irat of Series of InTlleitlon Com
petitions Is Held.
Slionr Hills, N. J.. June 1. The first
if a series of Invitation events ft,
women was held tolay nt tho Haltusrol
Club. Heven pairs played In a
fourrome competition, each pair being
comr0,M of a jjaitusrol member and
Tho comnetltlon was wnn
by Mlsa Margaret Johnstone of C.len
j.tde. .nd Mrs c J H KTaser of ii-il
j,rs F, R Donohu,, Montclalr, and Mrs
j. A Phubrick. Ualtusrol, finished
Lnnd with 11010 100
i'c.... '"...":" .'.?:.
' in un niraii.ii.ii a niun i.ai puiuni:
Momcl. tl n.t ncruiX
mm H Onrdlner Wcstneld A match
( i" m",
j play rompttltlon a gal nut bogey will be
the event a week from to-dny.
LOUISVILLE RACING RESULTS.
First Race Four-year-olds and iijiwael
selllnK. purse 1400, six furlong" 1. In e
Father in (Pool), straight 16 10. .u
13 70, ihow 13 40. won, O'llnran. 99 l.i
ner". place 14 40. show 13 '0. sc. ... .
Lackrose, 111 (Taylor), show 110 70. third
Time, 1:13 4-. llntlni, (lahrlo. Oak an i
Foundation, Manners, HureFet, Chi,: r
King. Mac, Hlrka and Lucille Morots also
Second Ilace. Maiden colts and geldlnss
two-ye.ir-olds; selling: rurso 1600, four
and a half furlongs nuckshot. 112 (Mar
tin), straight 110.10, pi in. ir, 20 show
14 0, won. Infidel II., 109 (O'llrlenl. place
$15 SO, show 19 40, serond, Amulrt. I1J
lAndress), show 6 70, thirl Time.
0 54 1-5 Object, Pome Hearb, ..Ittle Cove.
Hob Hliissom, Vachel Worth, P. J. Millet.
Rochester, Immuno and I'rnr's Hoy ais,.
ran Hob lll.ns.ilii, Oar's 11 ly nnd Liu
C'oie In the fUM.
Third Rure Advance money selllnK
rare, three. year-nlds and upward, purse
me mile ana n. sixteenth Hard
Hall. 104 (La Faille), straight 1.15 40, place
su so show 4 d, won, irisn ,entieman.
tin (Ptlrllng). place 16 10. show 13 60. sec
mid. llulde Post, 110 (llnniM. show 12 Sn
third Time, 1.44 S-S. Kris Krinirle, L.idv
Mexican, Il.ink Hill, Allido and Illngo
.Fourih Hare Handicap; three year-olds
and upward, puna 600; one mile and u
sixteenth llayberry Candle, 99 iManlni.
straight J10o, place 14 10, show 12 HO.
won, uronzi'wing, iut iroon, place i 6u
show 12 Mi, second; Daild Craig, 116
Klnose), show (2 110, third. Time, 1:46 1 -t,
Lady Ornnt and ilrnver llughis also ran
Fifth Hare Kour-jear-olds and upward
selllns; nurse 1800: six furlonirs Caiev
lores, lOii uleniry), itralahl It, 40, pac
14 1,11. snuw 4 4U, won, i:tinu , mi
i si I r ng). place is in, snow ir, no, second:
Cnlle, 97 (Itoblnson), show 41), third 1
Tlmo, 1 12 1-6 Han Vega. Dr. Dougherty,
Allen llrldgrwater. Wander. Acls. Wry
nrck, I. ii ily 1'anchlln, Itln Hrazos, Wander
and Wild Hear Also ran Allen, llrldgo
water Wryneck, Wander and Wild Hear In
Hlxth Hare Three. year-olds and un
ward: six furlongs Liberator, 101 (Mar-
tin), straight 17 70, place $1.40,' show lYf.0
won. Mars Cassldy. 101 (Mottl. dare
ih.i'. snow ss.su. iicunn i nnverse. ioi
t illnblnson). show 14.30, third. Time,
1 I :I2 2-6. Col. Tom Orean. Morion Oooeby,
Ambition. Handier, Mlsa Fielder nnd lie,,.
1 nnet also ran.
t aoventh Itare Ont mile and seventy
- varus, lour-year-oms ana tinwarn iirye
straight III, place
H.0, show 4, to. won, Tavelora, 101
lAndress), plara 15.40, show 14.20, second
Knrfhaga, 107 intshmon), show i 70,
third, Time, 1144 . John Itrardnn, Old
Hen, Prince Rutene, Mockery, (Irosvenor,
llermuiln and Manaissn also ran
MRS. BARLOW LEADS
FOR EASTERN TITLE
MllliPS SPOfC of R0 Oil JloriOll j
Links Jn First Hnlf of
TIE FOR SECOND PLACE
riitf.Anet.iTHA. June 1. Considering
H" nuallty of the fleld the scores In the
Mrs, itonaia if. iiariow uia netter man
the rest, with an admirable round of 8.
oing out equauea oniy Dy
Mrs. Clarence II. Vanderbeck. nnd com.
!ng n Miss Harriot Curtis nlone matched
.. n-.-n-. tr
Ms Vlarlot Cum?, tt
.. n-.-n-. tr v.mdeehev
tied for second
piitLU Willi OO BUUBCn rngii, nu Unit
!,, ,. ,. , ,.. ..,
lhe, two players seem to have any
place with 88 strokes each, and only
chance of beating Mrs. Harlow to-mor
row. The leading card:
Mrs. Roland It. Harlow, Merlon:
Out IllStlll 34:
In ISC3SS73 (441
Mad not Miss Harriot Curtis, Essex
County (Mass.), equalled Mrs. Vender
" . - -. ....... ..... sv,...
was a difference of
right strokes between Mrs. Barlow and
I All.. M , .... n.t.ll. nn.t iwm IF t
Htrwkton. nnd sIt between Miss llnrrlnt
I Curtis and Mrs. Vanderbeck nnd the two
Just mentioned. The summaries:
I Mrs. Honald II Harlow, Merlon, l: Mrs.
C It. Vanderbeck. Phltadalphla Cricket,
hi: Miss II S. Curtis. l:ssex Countr
Mass.), $, Miss M. Curtis, F.siex County
(Mass), 14; Mrs. II. R. Rtorkton. Plain-
V": lluntlngdun Valley. 99: Mlsa F. I'
rirlseom, Merlon, 100: Mrs. W S. Illlles.
Wilmington, in:; Miss CI. M. llliiop.
Hrooklawn, 103; Mrs. Haymnnd Hlolter,
t'hllmont, IM; Mrs. I. an feme Swift, Knoll,
wood, I03 Mlej Catherine Dulls, Phllndel
bhla. 10.1: Allsa Kleanor Chandler. Hunt-
Initdun Valley, 104: Mrs. A, K lllll-trln
J ffla" e.'5! "" "r?'Hyrr KA,'7t0,M ui'VtMK
Merlon, 106, Miss D. W. Crosby, Chestnut
II 1. Mass. Id,: .Mrs. a. h. itnssin. cm
tury (1, C 107; Mrs. Isaac Itarter, ,lr., ,
lllchniond County, 107; Mrs. Milton Hernld.
Plillmont, 109, Miss Marlon Holllns. West
brook, lot). Miss K. II. Hood, Philadelphia I
Crlrkel rluh. !1.
Miss Anns Nason. Hrookltne. Ill, Mrs.
J V. Williamson. Wyoming Vnlley. Ill;
Mlsa II. Bthal Maule, Merlon. Ill: Mis.
W, fi. Johnston, st, liavtn a, 1 3, isa a. i.
tttehardson. Philadelphia. Ill; Mrs. C.
Hoberson, Knnllwnnd, 114; Miss K. U.
MacCarthy, Woodland, 116; Miss It. Hleh
born, Islington, Hi, Mrs (1. II. Hlatson,
Hunitngdon Valley, lie, Mrs. II. C HTnllh,
North Hills, 117, Vies M. H. llenners.
Moorestown. 11; Mls Klhel .fpeara, Mnrrla
County, 120: Mrs. curkeon Hunyon. Nas
sau. 120, Miss Maud Hoffman, White
marsh, 121; Miss M, K. Carey, Chestnut
Hill, Mass., 121, Mrs. William West, Hunt
Ingdon V alley. 121; Mrs. J, H. Kly, Old
Vork Itoad, 121; Mrs. W J Foss, Merlon.
121; Miss M. II. Pierce, Warren Farms,
122: Mrs. J. W. Lucas. Philadelphia
Crleket Club. 154: Miss II 41. Tlartholometv,
H0JTFMTRE elected captain.
Tito Mile Ilerord Holder Will Lend
Cornell Srxt Year.
Ithaca, N. T Juno 1. J, S. HofT
mlre of Tritmansburg, a Junior, wns
elected captain of the Cornell track team
to-day nt a meeting of the men who won
their "Cs" this spring. Hoffmlro llrst
came Into prominence In the fall of his
sophomore year, when ha nnlshed second , n)Pn, twelve fresJimeti, Coaches tile
In the Intercollegiate cross-country ,,m pRsted nnd Manager Clrlffen em
meet. Last spring he became Intercol- j i,ari for Poughkfcepsk' lolay. where)
leglate champion for the two mile In the, thcy win settle down Immedlatolv for
Harvard stadium and established a new business to be concluded on June id, the
Intercollegiate record. 'date of tin twentieth aciial regnttn of
Last fall he waa badly hurt during the lntercnllerrlate Rowliur Asaoclntlnn.
practice nnd was unnble to reach his
usual form at any time this year and
. ""J ." a,,.,,
the championship games last Saturday.
lloffmlre Is, however, one of the greatest
distance runners Jack Moakley ever hna
turned out Me never ran before he en
tered Cornell and he Is a self-support
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opportunity to see the
the car which created a
sensation among the most
critical motorists in the
world at the Indianapolis
500-mile race, will be on
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the remainder of this week
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rilit.Anr.t.PlllA, June 1. The Philadel
phia Country Club easily dnfaated the
Dvon l'olo CTlilb In a one sided polo game)
on the Philadelphia Country Club fleld
this nfternoon. The score was 12 to Rlj,
It whs the flnal match for the second
Woodcrest cup nnd the victors' gives the
Hala club two legs on the nip. The
Philadelphia. Heap.' Devrjn, Hcssj,
Nn.l Thomas Stokes J'No I. Chaa A Munn. 1
No 2. W 8. Stokes . SINe.I. II, McFadden... 1
No 3. A. M Collins. 3 No 3. A J.UrexeJ-l'aul 2
Hack. E I. fltokes. I Hack. Paul D. Mills, 4
Total.... .Is!, Ttotal ...."i
Clnsle earned-Phlladelplf a Country Club 14.
no handicap allowance, Inst by penalties 2.
net score 12: Devon 1. alowed by handicap
S. lost by penalties H. no, score li RIere
Aleaander Ilrown, Tls.iekeeiier and acorer
- William H Itocap. Time Eight 74 minute)
COLUMBIA OARSMEN LEAVE.
Crews fin Co I'oiighkrrpalr To-day
to Prepurr for Ills; Ilnrr.
Twentv.two CnVtimhlii vartfv oiri.
. The shells were shipped yesterday and
tho coaching launch l"on sent with
mo LUdllllllK M.UIIVII I in PCIIl Willi
1 launch. Last year he itns conslderahlv
handicapped by the faut that the craft
. broko down en route to Krum Rlbow
and was lost for two days. It wns
nearly ten days beforn he could follow
his crews In It.