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TRAVIS ELIMINATES TRAVERS
FROM METROPOLITAN GOLF
Veteran Beats Old Antagonist on Home Green By Putt
That Hesitates on Lip of Cup Field Re
duced to Eight Players.
ANDERSON VICTOR IN
ntr. X. V. Jtinc 3. An uneventful t s
Biornln round w liloli nothing unusual)
'unrencd aii'l an nfteinonti round lirlm--til
of cloe matches nnd uncvpected re '
mil nnmwftl down tlin Hold to the
'tt el-ht In the setcntctiitli Metropoli-
tin coif chiinplnnshlii at the Apnwmnls I
ilub to-il.tr. The incmlicts of tin- lnut j
t eht nre Henry J. Topp'.nic. Mri-cntrlch:
r!illlp V. 0. Carter. Nitwit; John 11.
tr.ilerson. Slwanoy; Max It. Marston,
HiltUfroli i'ercy I'lntt. New York (loir;
Walter J. Travis, Harden City; James
U. Hyde. South Whore, and Oswald
: rVliv. llnulewood. They itrc biiuitcted
in the onler named. Of the elitht Travis
and Klrkby arc the only ones whoso
names appear on tho roter of Metro
lioliun champion, for nono of tho other
.It ever haK won the title. Tour former
i lampions wore eliminated to-day. Fred
llfrrtshoff fallltut by the wayside thin
mornlnp and Jerome 1). Travers, Flndluy
,j Dougl.ts nnd fharles II. Heely were
rat out of the running this nftenioon.
U Travis and Klikhy both nre In I hi'
jovrer half of tho draw It l certain that
tt least one of the finalist, will be n
golfer who infer hits won the Metropoli
Walter J. Travlii put In a blR day nnd
iron more iriory than rnmo to any other
roller on the course. Ho bcitan by nlny
ir la rtcord breaking style In tho morn
rg, when all of the other eeemed to
And the chill In the air a detei rent to fcvod
solf. Trtvls was playlnn nicnlnst Perry
ljne nnd n'ter KOlnu out In SS began
irtttl 4, 3, fi, coinlUK In. At that point,
lowever. tho mntch ended nnd Travis
walked back to the clubhouse to rent for
li'j afternoon encounter.
He knew that he needed the reit. for
tkirrla an upset, bin next opponent
would be Jeromo D. Travers, and us
Jerry won In the mornlnc. the two fa
xom rivals of the links met thin after
noon. And Travis won. It was n
keenly contested match all of Uio way
mil was curled to the homo Kreen,
tihcre Travis eettlcd the Issue by holing
.i pu'.t for a I that reluctantly dropped
..Ho the cup. It halved the hole nnd left
aim 1 up on the redoubtable Jerry.
The numeroua spectators, who had
Jirldrtl Into small groups to follow the
various mo.-nliu matchos. moblllxed In
the Afternoon as soon as It was realized .
th Travis and Travcrs were to raw
.ve!r arx-Ien: rivalry, and tho clubhouse
and Brounibt were dtwerted as soon as ,
tie pair had left the first tee. The
match begun, aR most good golf matches
do, -s. 1th a halved hole, but on tho second
TMtie failed to got homo with his sec
end f.ht and lost the hole. Jerry held
the lead for two holes more, both of
which were halved, although both threw
awsy chances by miming easy putt on
ihc fourth, the "old man" btlne tho
The:, Travis cut loose and on the next
so holes played unbeatable golf. Ho
tit his tre shot six feet from the pin
on the short fifth, and ran down a putt t
.... ..... ..... Li.
the mMch. Hli second on the sixth
rw a srat Hhot luaycrt exactly rlh
rl(Mitif iivn .T flirt Blot.f. iT tllft
nwn ,.,! th I..II t,.i,.-.l ln fen t rum .
v. ..... -n.....i. . V. . o
ir .uif. liiiiJD iiwirw .itc .... ..
fin In 3
"reMnnulsh Vt ""'iftM'nriho"' I
re.inquian it. Alter nniting vno sew
nth In 5, Jerry missed a two foot putt ,
jr a win on mo eiKotn Krevu.
i t a wholly bad putt for the
tf back of thn cup, but not
centre and bounded out.
t,l ,he ny to U,e sreen on ,h, , long
t.mh Travers held the upper har.d ami
lf-niil tr. hnVM fh.. Iinli. ivnn until
TmvIs h.,kd (t putt of ubout fifteen feet ,r" bt Downey. 1 up: Watklnn beat
fs- n hlfti h,,lv,l th hole .-eerinn, 4 and Si Parr li bat I'yne,
is. a s hich muted trie no e. 4 an,j ,. Partridge best li'rre.hoff, 6
Not content with saving himself once, snd 4; 11. K. Kerr on from Ward by .
th- veteran repeated tho trick on the ,ul;
Unth. where his drive waa topped and rjjxIS-, Slf't !L1; V, !;V.flu,n!l7,w'MPI sJloup
. Uk three to reach the green. J.rry Iffixtt. .wyt,H,noy-l,!r'
tflih a Kf)d drive win well on with hls.tt. P. Mnrrnii. Jr.. Raltuanil, by default!
leoir.d nnd nearly holed a long putt for ' ,! H?'?i"' Jv,'.kl"i''. w?" ",lvr
Travis then sank his ten foot putt I
foi a 4, mid halved the hole Instead of
lfliu It. A tuiir stymie cosl Jerry the
'until, for ha hud mi easy putt to
"he the holy until his opponent's ball
.'.opped Just to the left of his lino. It
cloe encush to bother Travers, aJ
thoush there really was room to jfet Into
the cup, but he missed the putt, losing
the hole and becoming Z down.
Two halved holes followed and then
r.ne the long fourteenth. Travis
looked his tec shot Into u pit on the left
"tthe fairway and when he reached the
Wt found a group of spectators stand
K about the pit gnilng Into Its depths
Ue Tourners uround an open grave,
He nhoued them away and essayed the
atit of playing out. He Just managed
tt set Into the open, but got no distance
rn did not reach the green until he had
'ijycd hi sixth fchot. Jerry was on
ith his fourth and so had two for the
. but he ran down a twelve foot putt
W a s. it was tho only t rally hard
wu tie made and unluckily for him
iie Just at the one point where It was
th?'S."!n ?'! Trav only 1 down, but
i? xt h2u Practically settled the
ft. L oth ro!Ied over ,ne rn 'n
it. J?..rrnJ" and hl e"ctly the
l? ,ni ot enot 10 male
ntht. iu "..mil riiu;il
,"!''' JhB cup a great shot and
Cr?e!aKm?ea,ffi tTet i
'-HI IIULI ilfkln nnl THm.l. ..
.Tor. t ,iand 2 U" wlt "ilV hre
Sv.t 1 ? '2 pIa'' Tll "Itteenth wus
W.: tliVin Travis dormle, and
I'm t! .lacel ,no hnr'' "'K f win
5 ,n.of the remaining holes In
nli.V. u . .("' nero.it. lie nccom-
ft '.L?" .?f.,lw tni,k '
t L.f tho.wnr. nnd was still In
i ru.?nl"s wh'n the homo hole be.
M. I.I 0t K00') ,e0 H,,0,', n'lrt '"'
t Ills second closer to the hole thnn
.M1!. nls' 1,1,1 " w" '""
" he dead. After Travis had
'1 ', ,,H "' mopped four
t'nk ,1" ''UI' Travers tried to
nk J t - long one uinl failed by an
m h,',,V?.' 11 ''' n" """ns cer.
h.n ".T.?.VlM 00,1111 Pt
'n the !, liMliM,,.! 0I, lll0 u,, o l)H
fk . "f seemed to bo cavefl, but
v ' turned oirer onro more nnd
"inis ' "r,1',n :,,J' vf,'''-nn:
j i'.r J Travli, fjanlen City ;
Jrnm'i.. 4 4 7 4 8 4397(1
Ou, ,n Travers, tipper Montelalri
In,. 4 4 J 4 S 4 o an
'..1.65 3K 71
Although the gallery refus
""m tlie uem u immbe
ised to look
number nf olhr
01 I' heH tllU nri.riif.nM .i.l nl,
"ii uns platen. Henry .1.
'j,' ,!" "'""'"'"mu.l hliiieeif bj bca:-
I . .
"I'll, thn mednlllst. liv 2 un
fiu.ltu. .tt .1 ..ir ;
.. ... ."i'j h-'ti ' I.IIU..II
4 f.. I fh.lt -I'.. ............ . ...1 il.-
tOjr.l ,. .. ."I'I'iiikh luutl lor Vlltl
.r.jn'l .ih t .mil uvhi.'. tr. na,i.i
oe.it K Ii, Howe'rs. 3 no
111 ,tl-l t... U.ll
.,.. "J inning
en the sixteenth gieen.
i putt for
Champions Put Out of Running for Golf
TWO HARD MATCHES.
DISTANCES AND PAR AT
APAWAMIS. WHERE MET.
GOLF IS BEING PLAYED
1MJ"' l'th. H.110 yards,
nSr nl.l d.0ut th.' U"' ,wo ll0lM !
m. .he V0U''1 llnvo ""t1p n '
from nndhty Douula,, , John (J,
Anderson nnd JamoH It. Hyde had to
,. ;" 1 " Wfii to win their
match, s. Anderson, who Ind ,aten
I'.. Al. llinie In Ihti nmi-i.li... n., it..
tweiitleih Kreen. found nnother hard nun
a'Jm" V1!''. "f"-""""! I" the person of ,
Arcnio llelil. On th I Hint. Ihlln lt.1.1
i'lT'tJ"!""1 n lon" n,l,t 1,,lt If mad"
...i.iu ii.nu eiu .Minerson out on mi
other extra hole ftruasle. Hyde's win
oil tho homo Rreen ramo ns the result
of OnfJ'HW White's nervousnesi. for
with the mutch nil .
hole In slKht Wilte missed an eltih'tee'n i
Inch putt and retired from the rnce for i
mntclies were oloe, two v.ero one sided.
TPere was a rearnn for the one Mded-
!.f ?" " JhCm Uo' 1'hlllp Carter !
wnnteil to catch the 4:17 train nnd the
only way he could do It was to dlspuM
of Harold A. Htelner In short order.
Carter won by 7 un nnd It to nlv.
streaked back over the links to th"
ciiiuotiuse. cnanped his clothes nnd
caught tho tinln. iclcy Piatt was the
other Rolfer who won easily this after
noon. He defeated Cliirli.. Mnnit- i
C up and C to play.
Tho day's programme benr.ii this
5,Vir'J !!Ke.2t.,8::1,a w!!" I,!a'"T ofl
V" " , '""i uiirn ji.ncrs ill me
chnnitiloiishli. .ilfUim. t- m
H. A. Htelner and John Hredemus being
r. ...... 14, .. . f.lllllCP,
the successful trio.
i wo rounds will I
J ',la,'11' to-ninrtow In all divisions, and ,
lS,rTe , ,B0 will be the annual mutch ,
cluo P'r l 'he afternoon. Tho
1IIvI.IaiiVI... .a 1
'''".T J. Topjilng. i:rcnwlc)i. Lest 3tut
ii iienr, IUUii-nl. I und J; Itoy 1. Webb,
.nilewood, .Lent It. C. Wstaan. tVestbrook
llro.lmu. New vrk Ooir. 'nmi j. n, '
Kot Hill., 1 and 3: Arehle .M ltel.1. HI.
ml SJJohn O. Anderson. Mlwanoy. best
J- . U.mie. Kngltwaod. I up twtnl
holes); HnJIay n. UoukIus, .tpansmli.
n."'r"- r. .11. Kerr. Jllillnml. 4
best llarnlil T. Inn-nv A n ..... .... c
nd. 4: It. U. iJunton. Iluliuirnl. but
H. Urates. ApKKsmlt. iimt 4: elmri-.
n. feely. Won Hum, bst C. I tVaiklnn.
Apsnrsmla. 2 and t; I'ercy 11 tt. New
Tinrk Holt. bs.t H. V, Hergermsn. Kngle-
"'"V.'1' , 1n'J, v!
i.tty. twat I'srer It.
Iter J, l'rvl. Iltiden
I'jno Sd, l'rlnroton,
rnvers. ITnnr Muni.
ruT br t...",
t'srrl)i, Jr., Nations,
una 4. Jhsum n. Hoail Hlmr,
iup, noaiu hiiure,
Hilfotil. i) und Si
i"ni imipiu I "firiU.r. II"ttI4
"T.r " "J ?' i "'.It frert-
uHwaiii itirKiiv. Knt .vrMid. i,it ii.m i
,l.n..1.l 11.1,.... 1- I .
BrU'SeyV ,r Si ffft '
Klrkby heat Mowers. 3 and 3. '
p, -enH :-r;-h.P WvMf.nT-
,aeh bat itwdeimi.. l op tnlne te-it '
intl llArnj, l- m l-. .
vT.Aw. jV ;t.',,.-?.i V;..l?"
..in,, . uji; i-nin .innre, .Morn
county, won from E. V. Han, Wykscyl, by
d. fault: S.ney I'lummer. Aptiumli. wnn
from I' V h,.iaV. O...L HI i 7. , . .
aSTtlknXWlMf r V!.
Hloddard, ilre.nwli-li, and 4: K f-
Jlundy. Ard.ley. b.st Qu.iitln re'tnr,
Houlh Hhore. I and 1
,.?eond ltound lwyer heat fhoup. 1
i - - iioip.ii uaines neat van vieck. 1 un - - . ' : -- --
(19 hole.); Moom beit Pluminer. ; and l owner, the Co.fsack Kennels of Pram
Urnun beat Mundy. 3 and 3. ' Ingham, Mass., and la a wonderfully
i.r TsV.in.Ynh ,.. i"Lu,'.,.r"J, T "ot-
rnlcn. b.at F. H. Wlibel.r, Ana-
wsmls, 4 and 3; Jams. A. Tvn. Ilnltu.rnl -
beat Pr. N. C Kpracue, Inwood. i and
paubsiiy Brandreth. Hleepy Hollow, won
'"U .c Carroll, Ore.nwlch. by default! 11
A. P. Palmer, fox Hill.. i,at i, p. Whit ii
f and 4: P. p. .Miner, naiiurni, beiit a. n'
COn-prthwalt. 3tMlanil. ? n,l l i
'Ap.wamV;. t..t wauaeji1'
pawsmls, l up. " "
.".. . """o irnr beat Pouttr. 4
and 3: Palmer beat Hrandrth. 1 up; Miller
beat Adanir. 2 nnd i, iv.li,.. k. J
MISS WAGNER SHARES
ONE COP; NEAR OTHER
'th MrS' 'W1Ib -'HltUreS ,
AinncKassin Doubles nnd
Is in Singles Finnl.
I Vovkers, June 3. Mls .Marie Wag
j rei, New Vork Stat" champion, won
I :he doubles in th lawn tennis tounia-
meiit nt the Amnckaitsln Club here to
nay with Mrs. ferny AVIibourn and
I re.iched the Until mum! In the singles,
In the doubles .Mls W'fiijtier nnd Afrr.
t'!llt.uini Ii.-nl n riiisM call, barely de-
renting MIsk Hit i!e Ilohlcn and Mrs
V. Humphries In the final round .it
4 fi. fi- -I. f 4, but lit the Heml-ftn'M
rmiiiil nf the singles t 'it- victor did nit
nun to work teiy I n id to bent MIp.m
Kalherlne Ilrownltn; nt fl 3, 7 tf, Miss
'A iniierV victory In the singles brlngn
her Into the final hrnchet hgnlnit Mls
,V tulle ltiowiilnr,nnrt t Is llkuly tint
the final round will be played Saturday.
Women's Hlnsin. Ktooiut I'.nund Mlk
K.nh.rlii" llrnnnlnr sun from Miss Jlefslo
Hidden by .lef.ull,
H.ml'tluul Hound Mix Marin Warner
clefi'iitu'J .tllia Kalhvrlns Drowning, J J,
Wonien'a Dnubl'i. .leml-nnal Hound
Miss llce.le Hold. n and Mrs. A. Hum.
flirlet 'iefrate.t Ml Voas mil Mr A.
1 Jenkins, 3, i 2; Ml.a ilarln Wanner
end Mrs. lrny Wllboiirn won from Mlj
Katlitrln" 1'orre and partner 'by d. fault
rlr.sl ltound -Mlsj Marie Wesiur and
Mrs Pern) Wllboum defeated Mix, Uei.ia
HoIiIimi and Mrs. A, llumphrlrs, 4 ,
:, .; 4,
Men's Uoubl.f. Klrit Hound (1. i'cgrsin
Slid f. 31. Ilehsr won from E. I.llt.l and
piirinrr hy def.ult.
Heeond Hound P. P. Kuller and W, J,
TntiMalnt defeated O. I'tfrsm and . M.
Cehor, I 0, 41.
SOCIETY FOLK WATCH ENGLISH JUDGE
HANDLE RECORD CLASS OF PEKINGESE
I fifc ' ' " lYr3 If
ml' I m' I i MWrl
mi.. ., t-... KSlSsss. ''HVM,' '
L. C. ABtlcy's Work Features
LftdlPH Kennel Association
Fixture nt Mineoln.
rill' ,JK RFAPJ T. VlTlfKI,vi
Hft.lO li.VL HfiliS
ir.-i... xtx,j m.. i ...
"iirnj (MfU t nnillM0ll
Chosen for First Over
Cnirnwhin Tin to.
I., June 4. A tremen-
entry of Pekingese spaniels
frmel the notable feature at the oeri-
ing or the thirteenth annual dog show
of tho ladles Kennel Association nt
u. . ,n Tk, v-ii.i, ..,,, .
"""ol 1 t0 ' Tne KnB"sh '.
C. Astley, who Is a world authority on
this breed of dog, had the record entry
of the show and his decisions were
watched keenly by n large crowd of
Mrs. M. E. Hnrby's famous Clinmplon
Chu Jen of Toddlngton headed tho win
ners dog class and Mrs. A. L. Holland's
Cnirnwhin Tlnto of Hydegree, the best
of opposite sex. Mrs. A. McClure
J alley brought out an American bred
In the novice class for bitches that
won the blue and later waa placed
reserve In th winners' class to Mrs.
Pomeranians, which ulso were Judged
by Mr. Astley, brought out a very strong
(.eorgo tv. (juintnrn s itingeway
... ... .. . . , ... i.
lulled dog with magnificent
texture of coat and a sound color.
w. Ml Mnrion Kennedt's Olorlnus
lit the record price of 13,500. All thiec
of these dog made, their debut In this
country at tho show.
In lloston terriers (leorgs F. Parker's
Clifton Star completed bis championship
bsy winning to-day. Charles O. Chase's
Invader was reserve. In bitches Mason nnd
Lewis's Champion Sparkling Jewel won
with Mosholu Kennel's Hellborn's Queen
reserve, lldward Joyce's t-ocloty Hud,
which won special for the best of the
breed at the Iong Island Kennel Club's
tlx! ure on Monday, beating Clifton Htar
"UU JieillHiril" wneeil. na 'iin-cu uui u
y " a Moade
The Westminster Kennel Club and
llelmont Tark winner, Vucy, repeated
nnd Hellborn's Queen, was placed third
In the Chow classes, capturing best of
the breed. This dog was bred by his
Isined specimen, witn nig lion neau anj
magnini-Cni coal. ...
Mrs. A. Ilungerford had a field day
In the dachshund classes getting win
ners dog with Champion Knmarau Houtn
thore nnd winners bitch with Nonno
Airedale terriers formed a hot cor-
ft Din nmmln.nt Pii.t.rn
competing agalnrt tho dogs
bought on from tho Vlckery Kennels
and Alex Htewnrt's Chicago entries.
Hlllcote KennelH1 Champion York Hy-
burn Swell won In dons, with the Chi
cago owned Young Klnr Nobbier, an
I American bred, reserve. in uitcnos
Rrlergitte Hrlsht T.lght won with Will
1 lam Hrescott Wolcott'a Kenmare Ca-
price reserve. The latter Is a grand
I type of terrier and might have pressed
tho winner closely If her coat were a
little better on this occasion.
William Faversham had an unusually
i high quality lot ot bull terriers to pass
, upon and the competition was close In
tile Class". tno ttliauian vsiene-
th Iniperator. owned by J, Krank
McFarlanrU captured the winners' ro
The open dog class In Bealyham ter
riers brought out the finest collection
of this breed ever seen In an American
ring. W. Itoss froctor's Champion Ivo
Caradoc, EfNnrthnm Iawrence's Temper
ance nnd the (ireenwlch Kennels' Cham
pion Clrcenwlch Ivo Centurion were
placed In the order wrltton. All aro
spccliuerui that have made history for
tho breed In Kngland and Amerlci.
Despite the threatening skies and cold
weather the attendance was unusually
Inrge and the number of entered dogu
ulmcnt was small.
Among the, prominent fanciers at the
ringside were Mrs. Haley Klsko. Mrs.
Carl llhlermnnn, Jr., Miss Anna Hands,
Arthur fl. Ilurtori, Miss Marlon Ken
nedy, W. Itoss froctor, John W, Min
ium, Theodore Offerman, Miss L. Alger,
MIhs lllrtl, Miss (Irncc, Mrs. M. K.
Hnrby, Mrs. Otorgo II. Pell. Mrs. Her
bert i:illthorn. Mrs. Ilnrry Taylor. Mrs.
Fred II. Iine, riant Notnian, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Vernon Castle, Mrs. A. Is. Hoi
land, Francis Lloyd, Charles ferrln,
(leorgc Thomas nnd Oeorge W, Qulntard.
Oreat Ilsnei Dor., won by C. I.udwlr's
Prints Wol.enaui rs.erve, sains owner's
t,udls' I'redor. Hltctie., won by O. Car.
ley lliirrliusn's C'h. Huceabona Weda of
Wiilfstani reieive, same owner's Ch, Slue
cation Asia of lllldsburgli.
(Iroyhonndi Dugs, won by 1?. F. I.owl
Jr.'s flit. I, an. downs Hutrher Hoy; reserve,
J O. Ksnt's Ala.ter Hutrher. Hitches, won
by H. F. Lewis Jr's (h, Lansdown. Ar
Ismlsi re.erve, sams owner's Lansdown
(.'nines Dos., won by I'atrlck Tully'.
Haralleld Chieftain: reserve, Inina Kttnnnl.'
imna Improve. Hitches, won by Oak Hill
Kennels' Oak Hill Iris; reserve, Imnii
Kennels' Imna Pucce...
ISilnters Do(., won by Hunnymedo
.. with her notrd rhiin rhon 1 1 lAfijHL ,mZ1lCl,9E!LK' III I
ner. which irai adjuitairil best nf IslSjiiLlifttfiBPRpiR
l.rerrt nt MlnrnU ye.lrrdnj. f?Mi JLLHF klHI vlTlT''' "
THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1916.
lip j Kwjf '
Kennel.' Hunnymftdo Klnr; reserve. Hob
While Kennsls' Uob Whits'. IMm. lllti-h.
won by Ilunnjrmede Kennels' m, WIMscre
Victoria; re.erve. Hob Whl.o Kennel.'
Itus.lsn Wolfhound. Doc., won by Mrs.
Hslph II. Thomas'. Narad n" Vall.y V'arm.
reserve. It. W. rilioeinaker's ILimsden Hex.
Hltehe.. won by M. M. Halmer's Ostrov n
Valley Farm: reserve, same owner's Oryol
o' Valley Farm.
Hull Terrier. Dog., won by J. Frank
Mefarlitnil's illenetlth Imperator; re
serve, S. K Llbbr's Wllllstim llloomibury.
Hltchr... won by Sotomh Kennels' c'h
.Noro.a Radiant; reserve, J, Krank Mcl'ar
land's I'rlnres. IMtrloIa II.
Irish ."-tl-rs Uors. won by Mr.. W
Simmon.'. Mldwood Ited Jack'ti resrt,
Llimore Kennel.' I.lsmnre Kernan. Hitches,
won by LI. more Kenn.l." l.l.uiore Ulerdre;
r.rve, raine owner'. I.Ismore Macrep.
Boston Terrier. Hltchr., won by Ma.on
Lewis'. Ch. Sparkling Jewel; reserve,
Moiholu Kenn.lt' Hellborn's giiron. Doss,
won by 11. K. Parker's Clifton .star; re
.erve. Mr.. K. O. Chsae's Invador.
Pomeranian. Dogs, won by !, W. Quln
tard'. Hldreway Chncnlate Dropi reserve.
Mrs. Harclay Warburton's Mittiltcttt or
Dara. Hitches, won by Ml.s Marian Ken
nedy's Forrester's Mite of Liellrht: re
.erve, (I. W. Qulnturd'. Hldgewuy Hutt.r
cup. Toy Hull Terrier. Dor. and bitches,
won br Mis. A, L. Il.ynoMs'. Mlkelo: no
Dach.bunds Dors, won by Mrs. A, Hun.
rt-rford' fh Kuninrad Houth fhnrei re
serve, Mr., c II l.ter1. Hlaeltinft Krlls
Hitches won by Mrs. A. Hunrerford'.
.Noun. Soutli Phora reserve, Mrs. c. II.
Lelor' Hlncktoft Urlka.
I'how Chou. Hltrlir., won by flrn
acre kenn.I.' fh Nhlh of Chins; re.crie,
t-oa.sork Kennels' Oarl.sa. Itors, won b
t.Ms.ock Kennels' Yuey, re.srvr. Wind
liolni. Kennel.' Wlndhnlme's Wu.
- I'aimauans. -nog., won by tvindholm.
1 l.ennrls' fh. Wlndhnlme Itoiditer: re
serve. HorksltlCUM Kennel.' l'. jl ntt tiatyi
"0"V"l'hes, won by Wlndholine Ken
nels Ch. tMndholiiie'. Market Hose; re
serf", Hncksltlcu. Kennel.' I'.ock.ltlcu.
.."ldKngll.h flheepdor. Dngi, won hy
Mrs. Tilor Mor.e'. Oh. Ilrrntuooil ll.ro,
re.erve, aanie owner. Ph. Midnight.
Hllclits. won by siiii. owner'. Cli. Slum
nr. re.crte. Klnnelon Kennels' Hlddy o'
nngll.lt Toy Sp.nlel. (Hlark and tant.
di, won by Mrs. n. I. Hull'. Deermoni
Klnr, re..rte, Mrs. C. H. Hpaeth'-t Ashton
Moro nomeo. Hitches, Mr). Hall's Deer
tnont Junn. (Ornnti. and whlti-i. iinrs.
won by Mrs. A Wldmunn'.s Itorky Top
llauldeth !ttr: re.erte. Mrs. ."naeth's
A.liton Mor.. Toreidor. Hltrlies. won hy
lire. It. Le Anstey's Vetsan Asinr re
serve, .am. owner's Yet. an Cinderella.
ITrl-iolori dor., won by Mr.. .lame.
I)lK Hreakwater Wonder, reserve, .anie
tinner's Hnrllsh Hparrttw Hitches, won
by same owner's Whiirfedale Moonlight;
reserve, Mr.. W. W. U.tdlty's Hmvlllo
lleauty (Htd) dors, won by Mrs Hall'.
Deermont Hu.set Hoy; re.erve, Mr.. A.
I'nnuk.ha't Knland. Hitch... won by Mrs.
Hall'. De.rmont Ru.set Queen, reserte,
same owner'a Deermont Hu.set Maid.
Japme.e Spaniel. Dog., won by tlr.en
acre Kennels' Ch. Oinlja: reserve, Mr.. II.
T Harrl.on's Little o-JU. Hltrhe., won
by Oreenacre Kennels' Keerleei r.er-e.
Alls. 13. M. Wat's Mo. Mo.
llrus.els Orlffon. Dogs, won. by Mrs.
It. II, Throop'. fh. Iron City Hercules;
re.erve, Mr.. t It. Lester's Tony Chute
the Welcome. Hltt:he, won by Mr.. A. T.
fire's I'etlt Mlrrtt; reserve, J. P. c'smp
bell, Jr.'s Copthorpe Juan,
Airedale Terrier. Dog., won by Hlllcote
Kennel.' Ch. York Hyburn Pwell; re.erve.
A. II Stewart'. Young Klnr Nobbier.
Hitches, won by Hrlerrate Kenniilv Hrltr
Kate Hrlsht Llht; res.rre. Hi, Vlckery
Heulvham Terriers Dors, won l.r w
Ho.s Proctor. Ch. Ivo C.radoei re
rv, Lfflngham Lawrence's Tnipraiice,
Hltehe.. won hy 13. Lawrence'. Walpole
I'eere..; reserve, w. Ho., rroctor'e Hlrk
French Hultdof. Dot ., won bv L
France Kennels' I'ourquol m. Rival; re.
.erve, Orant Notman". Ravolr Falre.
Hltehe., won by F. I. Ilamm'i The Doll
t.lrl; re.erve, Haworth Kennel.' Ittworth
P.klnte.e Dogs, won bv Mr.. M. K.
Harby'a Ch. Chu J.n of Toddlnrton. re
..rve, Mr.. Thomas Ilanlnni'. Goodwood
Kteanrl.e. Ditches, won by Mr.. A I
Holland'. Csrnwhln Tlnto of Hyderree; re
.erve, Mr. A. McClure HMIe'. (lum CI of
Ilengle. Dog., iron hy fomerset n.ajrle.'
rj- iennei ueiray coraj reserts
Wheatley Kennel.' Wheatlry Ueauty
j FORDHAM OARSMEN BANQUET.
Con eh .tlnlrnhy Tells Onllirrlnu nf I
The Fordlinm University Atliletlo
Assoi latlon tendered a banquet to lioth 1
tho freshman and prep crews yesterday
ovenlnc The relelirntlon was held In ,
Henlor Hall dlnlnir room nnd over nno
roncKe men attended. The Buesls ot
honor nnd speahers were Arthur A, Mc
Aleenan, who represented the nlutntil ;
jonn ,. .Mulcahy, who coaolied the i
crews, und the, llev. Joseph A. Mnlry, 1
H. J preeldont of the university.
Coach Mulcahy pi omitted blit IIiIiibs
for next year, explnlnlni; how dlffliMil
tlw wero surinounted during the neuron
Just closed, and explained tho reason i
of tho only censure nny city pnper navn 1
tho crow ns duo to personal anlmoaiiv i
of yearB stnndlnif between himself and
tho power behind a pencil.
Two sets of prlir.H will bo awnrded
on the river to-day when the prep and
freshmen crews have) n final mile. rnoe.
The prep will have three loncths start
on the rembmeti, who will endeavor i
io neiier uio unit! mauo aitaltisl Colum
bia's mixed crew nf fi minutes DS a-r,
seconds. Solid cold watches will bo
awnrded by Mr. MoAlennan to the win
ners and (told medals to the losers. After
tho raeo th crsws will disband for tht
nnd ten in nf hrr lienKles.
THREE MATCHES GO
TO ODD SET STAGE
j.lolin.sloii, Ward nnd Voshell in
i Semi-finals as Result of
Kurd Won Victories.
1 lAnxefiALE, N". Y June 3. Three
lltth round matches of men's singles In
the tournament for the lawn tennis
championship nf eastern New Yoik
Suite went to three eels liefore a de
clsli n was renched at the courts jf
the Westchester County Country Club
here to-day. The winners of them were
C. I.. Johnston, Jr V. II. Word and
S. II. Voshell, who advanced to the
stml-Mnal round by their victories. Ar
thur M. I.ovlboiitl, the Seventh Itegl
neiit Mar, also moved Into th select
c.rrle of the seml-flnnl bracket, but hi."
promotion whh thr.ugli W. M. Hall's
The te?st match of the day w.is be
tweeti Voshell and Abraham I! ijwfnnl,
Jr. Jl is-fonl led In t.ie opening set
at 6 5 and Irniked like .i suiv winner,
but Voshell came to life and took tho
'it with three consecutive games, nink
H.g the score fi. Hashf-inl ran awuv
w'th the second set nt n 1, hut Voslieil
played prettt term's In tho third and
won It nt C 3. He will meet Ward,
who came through by beating .1. H.
.Slclnkampf nt fi 2, i fi, f, 3. John
ston gained Ills bracket after a hard
tintch with A. I. Hammett at fi I,
4 , 64, nnd will play I,ovlliond In
th" semi-filial r und to-morrow.
In thn doubles Stelnkampf nnd Dr.
William lloeenliaiim ndvanced to the
fvml-llmtl round by defeating Clark
run and O. A. Walker, Jr, straight
sets at fi 0, C 4. Ward nnd Allen
Hchr ftnrted to pl.ty Voshell and Fred
C Higgs also In ihe third lound 'if
the doubles, hut after winning on., set
at ft 7 had to quit on account of dark
ness. The HUtiimnrle.:
Kastern New Vnrk State Cliamplnn.tilp.
Men's Mnrl'.. Fifth Hound C. U Johns,
ton. Jr, tlefeale.l A. I). Hammett, e I,
1 C, t I; Arthur M. Lnvlbond won from
Walter .Merrill Hall by default. V H,
Ward defeated J. II. Stelnkampf, f t,
2 - tl, i3. S, 11, Voshell dLfeated A. Ha...
ford. Jr.. e i, 1 s, 43.
Chntiiplon.hlp Men'. Double., Third
Hound J It. Stelnkampf and Dr. Will.
lam KnHcubiuin defeated C. Clark.on nnd
1 (1. A Walker, Jr.. 0, 44 . v. H. Ward
and A. Hehr v., t. II. Vo.liell and F C
litscs. ;. unnnl.h.d.
Si'hnolhny Tenuis Doim to Four.
Harold Cohan of Morrte ,IIIgh School
came thmuch to the semi-final round of
thn Drlghton Henrh Intcrscholnhtlc len
, nls tournament yesterday by defeating
. W, Haitlon ol Curtis High 4, 75,
I Cohan Is bracketed In the upper half
with Olllesple of Htuyvesnnt, In the
, lower half Hrookman of Richmond Hill
, will be opposed to Letson of Clinton.
Cnp Yacht Ite.olnte In Water.
Bristol, R. I Juno S. The cup dc
, fence yacht Resolute, which has been
' hauled out at tho Ilerreshoff yards since
last September, was put overboard to
Jaj. The yacht Is bring prepared for
rnres with her rival, the sloop Vanltle,
late tlila month,
, T , .
OF TENNIS AT
PillltAPKMMHA June 3. Not daunted
by tho wet and slippery pourts. Miss
Clnre C.tssel of the West Hide, Tennis
Chili of Now York succeeded In de
fentlnp; Mrs. D. P. Wood, the younrf
Cnllfnrnlnn, In the only singles match
played to-day In the. women's tennis
ehumplniihhlp tourney of Pennsylvania
end tho K.istern States. liy her victor'
Miss Cassel entors tha semi-final round,
Hho cmigiiercd Mrs. Wood In two set.,
62, fl 2.
Several interesting matches featured
Jio, mixed doubles. Miss Marlon Keunii
ml Alfred D.thnoy of Hoston, who bad
been plrkcd to be In the finals, ran up
nitalnst a decided surprise In Mrs. P,
1 'ii u I and KdK-.tr Hcott, bolnit besten
riither easily, C 0, 62. ThlH puts the
victurn In the eml-tlnals.
Miss Molla HJursledt, the Norway girl,
nnd her partner, II, K. Hchlnzel, were
otitplnyed by Mrs. Marshall McLean nnd
W. T. Tllden, Jr., In two sets, fi 2, 61,
This was nnother surprise. Mlsa HJur
stedt playtsl ernttlcally und did not have
much help from her partner. Miss
Cuiwi, tho New Vork Klrl, teamed with
Wnllnee V. Johnson, defeateil Mrs. (Ill
bert Harvey ami II. C. Townsond, They
meet the Tlldi-n-McIrfiin combination to
A painful accident happened to Mrs.
FAIR GOTHAM TEAM
BEATS HUB GOLFERS
First OrlHcom Cnp Till Won liy
Now Yorkers Margin
1o Matches to (i.
MISS HYDE DOUBLE LOSER
f ittf.Anrt.rlll, June 3. The New
York women golfers defeated the Hov
on tram to-day on the Morion Cricket
Club course by fifteen matches to six.
In the Intercity matches for tho Oris
rom cup. Hy reason of that defeat the
Hoeton women will play the fhlladel
phla. team to-morrow nnd If the local
golfers win, ns It Is predicted they will,
there pro ml oca to be ft (Trent struggle
Haturdny betttsen Philadelphia and
Tne Boston, team was not as strong
mi It might have been, but nt the ram
time the New Torkers showed strength
all the wny down the line. In the
singles In the morning the New York
ers established n lead of eleven matches
to four. In the afternoon they captured
("ttr.of the six foursomes.
The match between Miss 'Margart
Curtis and Mien Ulllntt Hydo attracted a
lot of nttentlon. Mlrs Hyde was a
stranger to the course niwl tho ndvlco
if her caddie was not always of the best.
He had never seen Miss Hyde play, no
Hit combination labored under hnndl
e.iw. On tho twelfth hole, which re
quired nbout half nn hour to play,
Mlset Hyde experienced much trouble.
She first drove Into tho rough and lawt
h-r hall. Afttir rcotcrlng It she lost It
again frnm her second shot. Mlw Cur
tis called 'upon the gnllery to Join In the
et-arfh for the missing ball. Among
t ins'i who rrsponded was Miss Molla
ItJurMitlt, the tennis player, who suue
reeded In finding four balls In a nhort
ep.uv of time. However, none pf those
found was Mies Hyde's hall, and persum
lug tliat tho ball had landed In the
stream Mies Hyde played another from
No sooner had sho made the shot thnn
her lott ball was discovered on the other
h'ltik of tho stream, and she played that
one also, During nil tho trlbtilttlnriH
.Miss Curtis obtained a safe lead and
won by 1 up and 3 to play.
Miss I'. C. Osgood put Hoeton two
matches to the good by defeating Mrs.
It, It. Stockton, 4 up and 2 to play.
Hut after that victories for Iloston were
few ami far between.
Tne most Interesting match of tht
afternoon was played between the
.Mlses Margaret nnd-!!arrtot Curtis and
.Mrs. Swift anil Miss Hyde. The match
was nil square going to tho eighteenth.
Mrs. Swift Just failed to run down .1
putt for a halvn on tho eighteenth green
and the match went to the Roetonl.in".
Ml.s Margaret Curtis, Bo. ton, defeated
Ml'. Lillian Hyde, 4 and i; Ml" F. Us.
good. Hoston. defeated Mr.. II. It. Stock
ton. 1 and 2; Mis. Marina llottln. New
Vork. defeated Ml.s Harriot Curtis, 4
and S; Miss rteorrlsnna III. hop. New
Vork. defeated Mr.. 13. W, Daley, Hoston,
i and ;, Mis. D. A. McCarthy, Hoston,
defeated Mrs. Lawrence Swift, 4 and !
Mrs A. S. Hos.ln. New York, defeateil
Miss 1), W Crosby, I up; Mr.. M D. Put
ter-on. New York, defeated Mis. Ann.
.Vhsuii, 4 and :, Mr.. 11. W. Whitney. New
York, defeated Ml Ruth lllchborn, t.
Mls !,oula A Wells, Hoilon. defeated
Miss Klsj I'lckhardt and 4; Mrt. (I, M
Jlcck.h-r. New York, defewted Mrt. (i II
Converse, fi and 6; Mrs f. Robertson, New
York, defeated .tils. M K Carey, 3 and :
Mr.. Mours. New York, defeated Mrs, Ada
Smith. and I: Mr.. Philip Hoyer. New
York, defeated Ms M. I) lierce. r, ami 4,
Miss Alexander, New York, defeated Mls
i:. l'rltr, and 7, Miss J. Alexander, New
York, defeated Miss Dorothy Hall, 1 up
Foursomes Miss Miiraret fiirtls ami
Ml.s Harriot Curtis. Hoston, defeated Mrs.
Swift and Miss Hyde. 1 up; Mis. iii.hiqi
nnd Miss llolllns. New York, defeated M.
iisrnod anil Mis. MseCarthy. 4 and 3. Miss
Crosby and Mrs. Diloy, Ha. ton, defeated
Mrs Patterson and Mr. Stockton. 3 and :
.Mrs. Whitney snd Mrs. l'."-ln. New
York, defeated Ml.. Wells and Ml Nnsnn
i and J, Miss 11. Al.sander and Mis.
llnbe.on, New York, defeated Mre. fun.
terse and Mrs, Illi'libum. and i, .Mrs,
Morris and Mrs. Iloy.r. New Vnrk, d.
fe.ited mi.. Carey und Mis. lierce, ;
LEAGUES SEEK FORDHAM TRIO.
Cnrroll Seen liy lilants'. Frrts' nnd
Tlie Fordham baseball men have nr-'
ranged to have all examinations over I
on Friday In time to leave In .1 body
for Worcester, Mnas., where Ihev meet
Holy Cross on Saturday. At first' It was
thought the team would bo obliged to
leave In parts, mime on Saturday morn
ing after an early game, and Just ar
rlte In time for the contest, hut the,
matter has been straightened out satis
factorily. Three members of the varsity have re
reived tempting offers from the Athletics
and (Hauls snd the Hrooklyn Federals
also nre anxious to obtain their ser- I
vlfvs. Carroll, who has still a year to
play on tho varsity, Is most sought after,
nil three trams hating sent scouts 1
to get his John Hancock to a contract
for professional baseball. Carroll hits
...SO, leading the Tordham team lioth 1
In the Held anil at the bat, Is n medi
cal student and stands very well in his ,
Hill Walsh and Jim Conway, the
Mnroon'a star battery men. have re
fused an offer to enter Federal League,
services. Connla Mack made a per
sonal trip to Fordham to have a chat
with them, but failed to Induce them 1
to join me wnite Hlepliants In Fhlla
delphla at the end of the season.
D P. Wood In tho mixed doubles, n, c
t an Visit of Shrewsbury. N, J., father
of Mrs. Wood, who was her partner In
the niitteh, let his racquet slip out of his
hiilid tvhllo aervlnB and It struck his
dauRhter over the left eye, euttlnc a
deep Kiish. AlttiouKh Mrs. Wptxl was
iinablo to continue, pl.iyliur, iho wmmtl
Is not serious. Tho summaries:
Championship Slnitle.. Fourili Itniiml
!'"f.1 '' faS?"' U.""' ti,c1' ''''I'd .Mrs.
I). I' Wood, HhrnKsbur), .2, i;
Ii'iulile.. (teeornl Itnuiul M Kleonnra
Hear, .in,! Ml;; Marlon Ken no. ll,),t. ,"
IV,','1 "I" Klth Itiinh and Mis. Alary
ttllllains. Merlon. 0 -5, B 5, jB, i!.,,i,
.Ursainler and Miss fMrnthy lil.nun, pli.i,,.
delph.n Crlrket. nnn frnm Mis. .M Tlinnin.
sun mill Ml.. M. WilUnt. I.tko KnrVit l.y
detail. I. Mis. llleantir l.'arey, llaltlmurt'.
?"' r:,", t:Te"" "eni.-ly. Mir!",! d
feated Ml.s Annei Kerme.ly and lr. I.
II Smith, Merlon, 7 -.1, 311, " mi,
IV11",1.1,' 'r,rr' W"hlnlon, and M
-M. Smlili, .Merlon, uun from Mr. II. a.
faul't "r"' Mr'' ''aUl' Mr'0"' b de'
Third ftnund Miss Molla Iljurdstedt
and Mrs Msr.h.ll Mart,an defsnted Mrs.
'.' .N . USZn .ftni1 Miriam Steever.
79, I 2, t 1.
Mixed Deulilea, Hecnnd ltound Mr.
MaeLean nnd W. T Tllden. Jr , defeated
Ml.s lUurntedt and II. C Kclilii.el, c S,
0 4. Miss Cue) and W. I' Jtilinsim tie.
fe.ited Mrs. cillhert llnrtey und II r
Tlivviisend, e I, fi -1,
Third ltound Mr., ft. Paul and Kdcnr
Seott doff.teil Ml.s Marlon Kennn and
Alfred 1)J line v, 60, 63, Ml.s Dorothy
Dl.iton and A. D. Thayer defeated Mix
llleanor Carey and Jaine. C.trty. 44. 3.
Beat Boston in
HORSE SHOW TO OPEN TO-DAY.
Annnnl Kvent nl Toledo Offer Hlir
Variety of Contests.
Tiixkoo I'Anit, June. 3. The Tuxedo
horsH show, ot.e of the mont Important
foclety attractions at Tuxedo during;
tho year, will open here to-morrow.
Tho entry list Is larger than usual and
the show will olTor a wide variety.
There will be many events In the mis,
tnry classes, which are open to horses
owned nnd used In Hue army and mllltla
by If. H, urmy officers for six months
previously The conditions limit them
to no ridden by olllcera In dress uniform,
Tho Juilce.s will call the llrst clnes to
morrow morning nt 10:30. Nine classes
aro scheduled for the wornltig. Includ
ing mostly local talent. The after
t.oon session will be more exciting,
folo rnrninla. ofllccra" charger. Jumpers,
local saddle horses, Urafton broad .lump
ers nnd amateur saddle horses will be
On Saturday the raring events take
Idac . und tho banner events of the
show will be on Saturday afitrnoon.
Tho programme will ha mostly mllllnry
nnd will consist of olllcers' pairs. Jump
Ing, hunter, officers' chargers, pairs of
hunters, ladles' saddlers and champion
ships In military and locnl horsis.
The Judges will be Jolui R. Cowdlrt
of New York for hunters and Jumpers
nnd polo mounts; f. I.nwrenro Smith
of Westbury for pontes under saddle
and olllcers' ehnrgers : Robert Fllrlurn
of Westfleld for championship trotters
The entry list Is over a hundred more
thnn last yoar. Among the entries 'a
Mrs. Freston Davles's bay geld'tn Max.
Imtint, tvU'ch won many blue rlbhlni nt
the Hrooklyn show early In the spring.
A speolnl horse, and carriage train will
be run from Jer.ev City to Tutedo for
the lient.-flt of exhibitors.
MBS, FAITH HEADS FIELD.
Take. Cross I'rlrp In One liny fjolf
Tnnrneri Mrs. Itrrmr Net.
Whst Or.t.vnr:, N. J., June 3. About
sixty women golfers played nt the ICssex
County Country Club to-day In the
third of the series of one day tnurnn
moitts conducted by the Women's Metro
politan Oolf Association. Although many
of tho leading players of the district
ura In f hlladelphla playing In the (Iris
com cup matches the field to-day was a
big one nnd ynod golf was played.
Mrs. W, J. FalHi of Wykngyl won the
dross prize with n I1 nnd Mrs. S. A.
Herrog of Falrvlcw did nlmtast as well.
.Sho won the net prize with a card of
9S 6, 8?. Mrs. Lester Ketcham, Fox
Hills, was first In an approaching and
putting contest and Miss Julia Rredl,
Hssex County, led In '.ho bogey compe.
HIPPODROM EioetWINTER GARDEN J!L-r y,
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Photo Play Walker Whiteside ntccivc cIIn, .1..
SInirlngKnsemhIe.iln'The Melllntr rm tiBw FAaMIVG SHOW OF 191a
i mmmmimm futnlsy Night Concert llrst 1)111 In N Y
44TH ST THI'HN.PVK, June 10 V(lV lOQTUr'T Theatre Vr n',. is
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CASTLES -i'mV. A I R y,., NOBODY HOME
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A MIDNIGHT FANTASY 48th st t,:a..,:
win nit si,t, Ttt.ni w A Thnrs i'jo
PLAYHOUSE M.it's Tit-"''" wed Vis'1 s DE WOLF HOPPER
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9 PI El 9 ... 'sl -1 TMU's or
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SsATS NOW ON SAU'.
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Prince George fjefei
Fifth Ave. and i'sih Hi,
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TRY UPPER HUDSON
1 Varsity Rows in Rogue, Kow
Shell, Over Poughkeopsie
! SQUAT) OLTMRS UP HILLS
rotJOHK.Ki'Rit, June .1. The Columbia
vnrstty had Its first pull on the upper
Hudson this afternoon In preparation for
thn Iwtercolleglato regatta on June IS,
The three crew a were scheduled to take
their maiden sp'n this morning, hut n
cold north wind nule rowing almosf
certain to end In rwamplng Conch Jim
Itloe sent tho entire squad of thirty oars
men over tho mountains Instead, Ths
freshmen arrived Juwt In time to take the
six mile hike.
In order that they might adapt them
selves to the shell they will mo on
regatta day Rico sent the varsity oars
men out In thn new Morton O. Rogue.
The shell was liought Inst year, but
wasn't used because the 1 'Jl 4 crow had
felt moro nt home In thn old reliable
13dwln (lould. Rice kept the eight close
to tho west bank so as to avoid th
waves kicked up by the wind. The men
seemed pleased with the new shell,
which In Rice's opinion has lines belle,
built for fpced thin any other shell he
The champions expect to have time
trials ivt least twice a week, with lots
of hard work In between. Rico mav
send the varsity over tho entire course,
nt top speed beforo Monday so as to
get n lino on the eight before Cornel,
l'ennsyknnl-i and Syrncuu arrive t
watch the trial.
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