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Missed Putt Makes Golf Final East vs. West Giants Down Phillies, While Dodgers Lose to Braves
MARSTON IS ELIMINATED BY GARDNER, WHILE
Jersey Champion Misses Pitt
at Critical Time Thnt Turns
EAST VS. WEST IN FINAL
Cliiriiiro Athlete Left to Face
New Yorker for Coveted
iM.) Golf Crown
Pr.TnotT. Sept. I.- Mbf1 A Gardner,
champion I" INI, and John O. Andar
eon. runner up In ! '""
morrow In the thirty-nix nolo final round
for Hie national amateur golf trttg over
the Unka of the Country -iuo t
The prwencr In the dnal nf 1we golfers
been nglitlna rlirM at me(
finish 1n past tourney "hould 1
Last at "f 'hla mcmoriiWf ehitmplon
Mp aa men tori mis llfNMt hav
boon the malohes during the wk. In
Trtirfih the greatest aniline; Idols of the
taiWl have been eent down to defeat.
It -will mean a renewal of tho old
itnar' Mmn Bast and Woat, for
Oardnr pHvye from tho Hlnadale tolf
CJIud. neat l'h1eor and Andereon rep
resents tho Hlivsnrey Country Club of
Mount Vernon, N. Y . and llvee In New
It came porilotialy near belna an an
Betm frnal. for em tho tMrty-ftlxUi
green this afternoon. Max R. Maraton of
Baltusrol. mlmed a putt of a little leee
thaen a rnrrt which tf holed would haa
heaten Oardner and manic Marston a
ftnallat. Aa It waa. tho fnrrnar cham
pion won on the thirty-seventh green
and ept IM W4W In tne ngiu.
Anderson heal BnerTIll
Yahnurnlaeis, hv 2 up and
, mau-h whlrh waa In the balance until
tha laat rutt dropped Into tho cup. .
i.nrrtiier a Pole Vaaller. j
Bob Gardner In addition to being na-'
tlonal amateur champion alx yeara ago.
waa a polo vaulter of groat renown
while at Yale and haa held the Inter-
coUestate record in that event. He la
2 .,, ., thromrh and through and a
b.mw aort of golfer who walk, ak.ng
twirling hla club when the Mft C
cornet, UOB le creates . na though he
not have a earn on hla mind even, lit
haa the gift of liolng able to aettle down ,
end tTOnotntrato while he is playing hla
ehols. Hut he can tight his way to the.
from with the heat of them, as Max
M.n.tnr, iMaianal thlu afternoon for
with only mo holes to play .ardner
.1 ....... i, .una u I I ...... I,
ao 'H'.i om. .. n. . , . . , . ... eansa the home
was on top. " Gardner wdns hi. aec-'
ond title to-morrow ho will be a worthy!'"'' 7irown t . t he wind.
clvampion. ,..,., wVed the itee tee ahot I
AndOraotl alao is a golfer of proved'.
anility aim ganietiees. ne nae neio me
Massachusetts title twice, for up to thla
year he lived In Bomon. Ilia greateat
achiewment was at Garden t.'ity In
1S13. when he reached the tlnal round
for the national title and waa beaten 7)er tried for hla 2 and missed and
hy .lerome 1. Tni era only after a hanli.M.,rston was left with that shortish
fight. In the aemi-flnal that year he putt fr the match. While every- one
hent I 'hi. tr Rvaaj Mnrt irj.in.wl V.vi ni'. In lha i.ranant.l BnlaJ tl.A
tor Chick's victory over him in thel
finals of tile r rench championship ajand misled the putt by about aa big
year or two before, in May of this ear ! a margin aa such a ahort putt could be
Anderson was runner up in the Metro- missed.
politan championship at Apawamls and I Both dflvafl were goon on the extra
waa beaten by Walter J. Travla In al hole, but the eeoond .bote told the
thirty. -six hole match, which went Io the tlt Maraton. w ho awing far back In
home fireen. 1 Playing his lrns, made a typical ah A
Aardner and Maraton Have Gallerr
There was a marked contrast between
the two aenii-tliial matches to-day, for a
gallery of alaiut 2, nun persona followed
Gardner and Maraton and less than a
ecore walked around In the aun to aee
Anilerson and Sherman do battle for the
honor of getting Into the tlnal. There
waa Just about na good golf played In
one match as in the other, but the spec
tators would ha e none of the Anderaon
Pherman struggle a ml preferred to push
amd Jostle In an effort to watch Gard
ner and Maraton.
Tn the morning round Gardner and
Maraton did not give the crowd It
money's worth aa far aa good gnlf was
tymrernert. The atniggle waa a cloae
one all the way, however, and fhey were
on enen terms when It was over.
The first hole waa not especially brill
iant, for Gardner pulled and Maraton
ence.j imn tne rot rn. xna sola
halved 1n e. Gardner allppod up a bit j Anderson's victory over Sherman was
on the second hole, overplaying the , earned only after a hard fight, for the
green, hut finished gloriously hy sink- ) Utlca golfer was steady nil the way
ing a ten foot putt for a lialve 1n 4 except for a short time In the nf let -Gardner
bad hla work cut nut for him ' noon, when he lost a couple of holes
on tho third too. for he sliced Into a
reap, nut got out successfully and halved
nm niii' in . i nen came ma first break. 1
in the fourth Mia Gardner again was '
trapoe.il and this time he failed to get '
out, Marston winning the hole in 4 to;
After both had wasted their tune on
tna mm green hy taking three putts
Gardner hooked his drive on the sixth,
his halt slicking on the hank of the
ditch that croaseji the fairway. He played
out Well, hut Marston reached the green
with two rluo ahots and won the holt
in 4 to
Maraton Becomes .'! 1p.
At.u-s'.on btcaine 3 up at the ehort sev-I
enth. where Gardner overplayed the ;
Green The I'hicaffo uotrr llu. um.
th holt, a,,,, look h 4. Mamlon tnilt'lnar I
Mi s. tordntr irokf through Bfid I
won a hot at tha eighth. whin- h took i
ftdvanttttffC of Marst0l' wretched ao- !
ipr'-ach and Rained the hole In f. to . j
Me dacraaaad Mar.ston'.s inad a not her I
n otch ;tt tha ninth, for the latter in. no
nil nmi tit 1 of inituaken. Mar.-ton turned 1
lor home 1 up.
A spectaenl.ir ahot out of the woods '
ran Ihe tenth euahled Qardtier to halve I
ihe hole when It sort I lost, am: he I
sqU4rd the match al the eleventh Mar- I
ton hookltisT into the i-ouk'i
At t lit- twelfth Marston drove Into the,
big ilite'n and Qardnar won the hole, j
The ilurteenth wi- halved In 4. both I
I'luyitiR i' wen. i. rd ut the fourteenth,
H thorl hue, Marston atoned fur his
failure lo tearh Ihe nreenfiom the t.-e
by ISttlng away a chip shot that never
topped until it hll the bottom of the
up, equaripy ;) mttcb.
rilllsh hirst Half III are
Tliry halved tile tifteeith in I, anil
Qarrileer won the sixteenth hole. .', to ti.
hy slnKiii a llfteen fisit pmt, The
seventeenth Has halved and on Ihe limn.
'.'le. I oil duel H li e shot was h
niBlill.v and landed in a trap on the
lefl Maraton plHVeil tl.e hole well and
von. a to 4. finishing the first tm i r of
t 7 lentj Jolimey on even terms. The
i .n .U :
ut. . . : I i I I 1 I : .
lit . .".4 4 4 4 .1 I. -
i iarlner In ... . I I O I I l
Mai'.fn lii I I I I I I 4 4 I
In the -ifte. noon .Marstun Went
at iht n i hole. Hard nor lakinu lh
:.' i'.i 'a i.i ins advantage by halving
h re. ond In T. Hi re Isith l ihtir
ell tf to get en the areen. Mnrslon beina
t-ort with s od, uliilr UgydllOl watnver
DISPOSES OF SHERRILL SHERMAN
Only the Dauntless Two Remain;
Golf Giants Among the 100 Fallen
Two stout hearted amateur golf art have survived a gruelling test
of six days o( play against the best America has produced at the
Royal and Ancient game. These are Robert A. Gardner of Chicago
and John G. Anderson of New York, and they will meet to-day in a)
final thirty-six bole match play round to decide which shall wear the
national crown for 1913. To attain this honor Gardner and Anderson
played in an eighteen hole qualifying round last Saturday against a
held of over one hundred, and the seventy-three with low scores con
tinued in a thirty-six hole medal round on Monday, in which all but
the lowest thirty-two scorers dropped out. These select thirty-two
included open champion Jerome D. Travers. 1914 amateur champion
Francis Ouimet and Western champion Charles Evans. Jr. On the
succeeding four days they have eliminated such opponents in thirty
six hole match rounds as the fortunes of the draw have provided.
Pluck, not luck, has played its part. It is a survival of the fittest.
. . ,,, rr. half ir,,n sirde
Thf,y ,aVP, the third. Mid Mnrstmi
noieo a nine ron. pim inr
.Ollrtn. Iwnmllil l up. itaroiirr
ran down a putt of the aatne lenatn
for a 2 on the fifth rwn. Ml inlawed
hy a hair's breadth, and the hole waa
halved In 3
f.ardner .tam l)Hll.
Gardner Jumped a atvmle on the next
green, and hy 1ng so won the hole.
Ha threw away the hole he had rained,
however, by three putt a on the aeventh
hole, but Maraton returned the oompll
meiii on the eighth green, and Catdner
waa Duly 1 down again.
In eplte of the fact that ha (rot into
a bunker on the ninth Marston played
ut ntrll and lvded hard putt for a
4 and a win That left him 2 up aa
they turned toward home for the laat
time, lie waa out In Sft to (iardner a 40.
They halved thetenth In 4. and on the
eleventh Maraton missed a putt and loat
tha hoi. Maraton then put a damper
on the Chlrsguin's hopea by running
don-n a forty fo.it putt that aklpped all
aoroaa the tvveirui green neinr.- uv-
P'niC Ulte Hie .-up
ilardner maile mat-
tera worae for hlmxelf by mlaalng
,M ,uir,n,'h a-reen. loelng the
g,t lws.om1K 3 down.
It looked no though Maraton waa eur
of vi,.tnr. for five holea aeemeil all too
few on which to make up a deficit i f
three, hut aa it turned out Gardner,
with a little help from Maraton. waa
eoual to the taak aet before him HJ
won the ehort f-ur.eenth when Maraton
l'd W Tap. and captured another
tiV oulplaving Mara.on on the flwmn
I . . ., ! .ha ullu.
.ImWMw OM olOr,
hob to be' M back,
l ' "
n openlnfj on Slxleewlli.
There waa no opening en IM long
elxteentn. ror ts.tn ptaye.i n .er.e.M ,
3 after missing ! ng I
and halved It
tr wis the eame
' ' . ' . ,,. I
SOU on I o.- w . r...- ...... "
fir ..... ,,, .. ...i, . ,,,
Mra(on patted Inn about forty feet
fr )nl lh (.,u, Tm. pll WR gnrifl
,, a,u (,ped above the h le at a
ji,i. ..atimated hv the anectatora aa
anvwhere from a foot too vard Gard
victory Maraton stooped over the hall
.. ,,,1 th. I. -.11 fldii. I.l.h a.-..r.n,1 .1..1
t of the green. Gardner then played a
j shot that was the exact oppoelte of
Marston's. a beautiful half iron, the
club seeming to rise only to a point
where It was parallel to the -rourd
before the dow nward awing began. N'ever
high In the air. the hall aped straight
aa an arrnv toward the distant flag, and
did not atop rolling until It was safely
on the green
Gardner )lnke Inning In4t.
Two putta were all Gardner needed,
while a ,-hlp ahot that ran too far and
two putts we e Marston's portion and
the' ma'ch w-as over. The card.:
Gardner, oir . . 4 ft 4 4 3 4 4 f ft 44
Msrs'on. nit . . ft ft 4 3 3 .'. 3 4 4 38
Gardner. In.... 11411414 I 37 77
Maraton. In... 4 fi 3 4 4 .r. .'. 4 4 St
Extra hoi. OaTdOtf, 4. Mniloti, ft.
by missing easy nutts Neither i,t,-.,i
MPOCIBII) good Bolf in th
Anderson leading al the end of the
round hy 1 up But going out In the
afternoon the Slwanov golfer improved
and nlawol the first nine i.ol.. i .-
for that part of the lournei Ha did
not keep It up coining In, however, and
his golf mi the last few holes while
.Sherman was making his lajn stand
was not as good as it had been earlier
In the round.
Klght Ht'the outset this morning An
derson tooji the lead by winning the
tlrst hole In 4 to a II,. wBa In all kinds
of trouble on the second, however and
Picked up after playing four strokes,
The third waa halved. Sherman Jumping
1 Stvtnie U hieh he tiu.l I.U 1.1
tstll a poor aimnm.-h hv tl, r.i.. 1
on th fourth and a fln on by ndr -
trori put th latter fthMd once mort
Hoth drovfi Into the ditch in front a
MARSTON'S FALL TRAGEDY
OF MISSED CURLING PUTT
By .IOH i. 4 Mr'.S.l.
I'liiallal In National tinetrur Oolf
I haioiiloiishlp n, Detroit To-day.
Iikthoit, Sept 3. A fOWng traKedv
was enacted to-day on the eltrhteenlh
ttreen of the Country Club of Detroit,
It was a trn(redy from the standpoint
of the K.IKI, but It was quilt the oppo
site from the Westerners' point of view.
Mob Qardnar hd been 3 down to Max
.Marston with but five holes to play, be
had reduced thlt lead by excellent golf
io 1 down w-ith two
holes tn play and
then at the seventeenth after playing a
(.rand shot nut of Ihe rough to the gr44n i
and laying the pull up l,i within 1 few
Inches uf Iho hold had seen Max llo like. I
Then liardnrr drove a ft lie nildirou
shot to ihe eighteenth and came lo rati
twentv feel away from the pin. Mars-
; ion played another beauty, which left
l htm onlv a loo! or i wo fin I Inr awav.
He played up bis pull to within two and
, a half f. et of the hole, leaving ilardner
.Willi a half elvmi,. The Inlter milled
.mil mi"el Then it gfgg up m tne Hul-
uaroi pia; r t t.u.e ,, rcw ,,i -
of deliberation In make sure pf ariilng,
down and winning tbe mul-u ami a
the fifth green and halv.d tho hole In
4, a stroke over par, and the alxth
waa halved loo. both getting down hard
putta. The aeventh alao waa halved, Mt
at the eighth Anderson overplayed the
green Into a hunker and loat llie hole,
Mierinan taaiituea Lead.
That aquAred the matrh and rflirrman
went ahead at the ninth. Anderann play
ing li Ih aeco;id ao far Into the rough
that he nlmoet loot hla hall and waa lilt
able to extricate It In leaa than two
Bhots when h did find it
Two beautiful approaches enabled have been worthy of a aeml-flnallat at
them to halve the tenth In 3. and at the le.iat Ilia recoveries to-lay from the
eleventh Hherman reached the greateat rough worn fine .ample of reaonice
height that be attained during the day, fulness and there waa no faltering when
for he won the hole In a to T and waa he was 4 down Wlthfbtlty nine to play.
2 up. Anderson's drive was bunkered He brought the match down to two holes
and when he reached the gre- n he took , h ail at the fifteenth and It waa nol un
three putts. til the thirty-fifth hole that k devlalon
Sherman's lend was i fleeting thing, (was roadied. i Mr medal acores could
however, for Anderson played flue golf have been improved upon In the morn
on the next two holes and won both of In, but one feature of the wlmln day a
them, squaring the match The' halved pl.v w-as the advantage which each
the short fourteenth In 3. bit on the ayer took of the opport mitt lea to win.
fifteenth Anderaon kept to the rough n only one Instance waa there a fall
on hla way to the green and lot! the uro In this regard A sincle mlaplav by
hole. netting I head again seemed In either meant the loss of the hole which
he ton much for Sherman, 'or he lopped (s M (I should he
his drive ami after a good dl al of In-.
different golf Anderson won the hole
In ! to 7. Thcv halved the seventeenth
In 4. hul on the home hole Shermnn The gallery to-day was n it large In
failed to get on the green. Anderaon the morning, but In the afternoon It In
winning 3 to 4 and leading by 1 up. writ li era Id until at least 4, nan were follow
the match half ovft The cards'. i"g round. There Is no comae n where
I I H H 1 1 '
s 4 5 I 4 :.
3 4 4 3
3 4 7 4 4-
4" '. V
tnderenn atari With Itnah.
Anderson began the afternoon round
as though he Intended to make short
work of Sherman and al tbe fourth
hole Ma 4 no liu hal aaneL au.,
.done at Ihe 4 17 yard second, whexe his
great brassey shot left him with a four
toot putr tor a .t. two airoavs under
nar The fifth was halved
raanion. no in ice shots were goisi aim i
found Anderson's ball about eighteen .
feet from tbe pin with Sherman s dl- I
recti y In the line about a foot .loser to
the cup. Anderson lofted hie hall over Applause which la not spontaneous. Is
Sherman ' and It rolled toward tin- hole, worth little. If anything, and I do not
but stopped about six inches short, dl- believe that the players care a whit
redly In Sherman a line Sherman thus whether they or their opponents arr
waa deprived of Ida chance for a 2, a I CllMNd, loudly praised or otherwise up
there waa no chance for him to pitch 1 plauded provided the gallery remembers
over the Inttrvenlng ball He putted and Mays quiet when Ihe shots are be
arotind II and was foment to halve Ikt Itl played It II simply an Incentive
hole in 3, which probably would have1 lo the other player lo try his best when
even wtlhont tbe double
Taking advantage of two chip shots
of Anderson's which overran the cups
on the next two holes. Sherman won
them both and waa only 1' down. He
should have halved the eighth and
ninth, hut took three putta on each and
his heat chance of the day was gone.
They turned for home with Anderson
4 nil again and out In I"
Sherman won the tenth a half stymie
helping him a little although Ander
son's putt was a difficult one anyway,
but lost the eleventh playing poorly
when close to the green.
tnilrrson'a Lend Dii Indies.
The twelfth was halved In :., both be-
ing hunkered on the approach shots.
. but with ti lead of 4 up Anderson seemed
: to have the match well In hand. He
inisseii a putt on the next green, how-
ever, losing the hole, and had to work
hard to halve the short fourteenth In
4. He topped his drive from the fifteenth
lee and lost that bole, his lead being
ut to ? up The mulch should have
ended on the sixteenth, for Sherman
topped his second shot nnd took 4 to
get the green Andcreon was on in
3. but took 3 putts, missing one not
more than a yard long, which would
have ended It all. As Ii was. they
went on to the seventeenth, which was
halved In (, Anderson again taking
three putts As Sherman had been
his second Anderson's
' morning 1 Wat good enough to break even on Ihe
nd of the'l""' wl" '"atrh by 2 up and 1
to put) .
Andrrann. out . 3 I 4 3 4 ..
l 3 I 3
.'. 4 ? 4
.nlrrsin. In 5 -i
Hherman( In. .
live hOla tint plHed.
JUIt to prove that the Irlumvlnttfl
tint dead after nil the club I" plannlnR
to hold an elRhteen hOla competition
! to-morrow afternoon after the DiihI for
I the title Ij over, In which Jerome p
Travere, l-'ratu Ih Miimet and 1 'harlen
1 Kvans. Jr., will play for a npeeial
trophy 1 The suinniary :
-..nAmpJ.A,"'P . .
'ti a in plotinh
1 M;,K (t Mriin. itiiiu-rGi. 'i ,lti
1,7 holMi ; .lohn ; A u 0 rH4 n , Hlwanoy,
vb& t Sherrill htrmn, JTahnundatli 2
j place In the finals. Hut to the lurprlee
of most of the tpeottvton present Max
hit ihe hall Willi no hesitation, as If he
wanted the matter over us quickly as
possible, anil the hull rolled o one side.
leaving a clear Held for Gardner to hole
j for a 3 nnd train the oliance of an extra
hole and ultimate victory
Maraton i liplnlna i,n, i. Pull.
, ,.c ... . ,
I nske.1 aluratoii when lie oamt llllo
""' ""Her room why he hail played so
qUIOKiy nnd he said that It was because
of Hie curling elope which it was necea-'
snry to Ktt over before the short mil r
reached Ihe hole lb- believed that!
there was iis much chance of running
, " 11 g"l "I1 niitin the
)',"" "R 'Pending lime lo sliulv the pult.
nvr p" ining in what lie said
Moo opinion Is dlv lihsi in the method
in such matter, inn i can nol help
feel that Ii is n!wns wise to dike a
llltla time In such a crtsla No ooncen
tiatlon uen he galnad without H ,.
tuent s pause, and perliapi Maraton
rred here Ii ih alwuve easv lo sa.v
how things OUghl to he done after It I
mer A second guei in golf ir. about us
slupld as in tnylhlnt elge, hul ihe nut
loin.v ,t llo. sollers would have inaved
il difterenilv and taken mot
It WM a ftmuoiM day for all con-
DISTANCES AND PAR OF
DETROIT COTTRSE. SCENE
OF NATIONAL TITLE GOLF
Hnle. 111. I'm. Hole. IMa. rr
1 4'."! 4 10 91 4
1 44; ft II ft
' 4ft ft II 401 4
4 :tli 4 1ft ftftO 4
ft 144 14 SIS II
4 II 4 III " 4
7 144 ft 14 Mt ft
ftlft ft 17 41ft 4
401 4 It I aft ft
Tided a ft.ftlft X7 I Totals ft.ftftft .I
Total length. A.ftftl tarda. Total par. 73
CrMd, iwrtlrularly tbe pair Jtiat men
I toned. They were followed by a tre
ni'!idoua gallery and fnrrad to plan
under prrsaune all tbe time. whll Shnr
tnan and myMlfi with only a email hodv
of the f l trotting a lona; and liml
a Knoll lime, doaplta the tilala and tiib
UlatloM of mlaaod ehort putta.
atarta Like TafMIVftHMii
Maraton atarfed off In the niot-ninc
aa If lie wore jrolng to make abort ahrlTt
ut the WhOet btialneaa, and wafl 2 up
41 Ih.. yevi'iith hole; then he loat fuur
Off tlm next six. and when fhe atarle1
I" pla the laat hole waa Mtill 1 down
1 : irdnr dPOVa Into tlte trap at the left
of the green and loat the bole and then
aat down to Inmh with no change from
their morning flrM lee atari,
The afternoon round Ml beein wrlt-
ten alout idsewhere. Hutflee to aay ;t
waa full of thrllla. ttie good play over-
ahadowlng the xior with the atartlln-
llnlah apoken of above
My own (iMtteat waa keenly fought
all the wa Sherrlll Sherman haa
plajed tine golf from the etaj-t of the
tournament. WHh hla brother Tom
ne almrert tli honora In winning the
Amni.-nn linlfrr trophy nnd hla acortl
larae f.aller. Well Rehaveri.
which -a oener sullen lor large gallen-'s
than thla one nnlv nt two places, be
tween the fourteenth and fifteenth ard
t tie fifteenth ami sixteenth holes. ie there
likely to la any congestion, ntid here l
is silirht. Ten tMUMttd people 'au be
eld ;., check aa eatdly at this eoura
ae 2. linn an) where else. The maiiage-
, ",r ' r""n l'"n ,v waa penvoi
WHIM e an- on the matte' of th
taller) and its behavior I mlaThl ea- It
i.s ahsolnteh imteMw.ble to hold it In chock
in ihe malti r e applause l-Ifforta have
Mtfl made this year, ae in former times.
. , ,,er...io I. MM V. . ,.LI I.
spec.a,..,, to p'ese refrain fro,,, ,,n-
P'awdlng until both golfers had pl4Vd
'heir shots Hut. aa in days font hy, h
en. iris nave net, u.eiea
his opponent gotl applause and to keep
It bottled up Is foolish And anvhow
it can't he done
This afternoon after Hob Gardner anil
I liava Rnlahed our game there will be
a splendid medal play contest In which
the three crai k players. Messrs. Travers.
Kvans and Ouimet, will play around in
a special contest for a trophy proeented
by the Country i 'lub of Detroit These
players have never been seen In action
llK before and It Is expected that
me ganery win tramp auatn over the
four mile links It will be worth It.
PLAY GOLF FOR PRESBREY CUP
RwathaWei anil I lark Tie In Hi, all
ium It..,,,.. I at Kknaniil,.
Mam hkstkh. VI . Sept. 3 -The ijuah
fyliig round and fltst round of match
py were tornleti-d at the Bkwanoh
Country Club to-day in the two da han
dicap for the Frank F'reshrey up. O.
OWftthlMy rif Apawatnis, with card of
T 1, 77. and C. S 'lark of Kkwanok.
with 7- 3, 75, were tied for hent RrOfl
."cff and will p!: ff the tie latri, the
loser (retting tiie prize for bent net score
a'nntetftaiitx quallMed in three flialrs
if alchl each Th one extr.t hole match
was in the third fliRht and between
Oeorffa Ofvii "f 'Jarden My and K.
HtlllnUin of Kltifthii R, the fot tpf r winning
at the nineteenth. Tin OomWnad Hiitntnary
of qUSllfylng round and II ml round of
match pU) for Ihe first two flights fol.
11 rv KlRh. ftr Kiank prfuhrt v 1 'up
i S'tlmiii tirtlTlii Ittihi)itnl 'nint. th 7.
tn'M John Godfrey, Brook la a n. 14 I"
1 :. nnd b. C s 1 'lurk. Rkwanok. Tl It
.... .. 1 T. II KniRiv. Phlladalphla r .
9t--lti lit 1 up. i. (jwathmey, 4pawamla
i rij, 77, inn 1. m. ''Urk. Sunny brook,
'. t. 3 and '' H Kartt Dunwoodle
7. il, t.nat v. N WriRtv, Annandalt,
t 1. Rl. I Up
Kemnii Bight- ' ' m '-xtk. Brat Burn,
, II 1 . IB be el H 1 ' Tax lor, Rarebraok,
1 1: ;, 1 nmi :t. W a Barber, Jr.. Ek
x.tnnk. T .". tieat IV f. Uaeldauithlln
, Reamdala, 90- 93. 2 and 1. ,? 1 Han-till
rolumboa ' o -;. ii, brat w. t Ban
j der son 1 Arllnftoa ' v , t2 t, v... Hni t.
j F. T, 1 'lark. Bk wan ok Q, sr., beat A
U, i r n 1 1, .nhmi.1i, pi 1 n. n.i. ami a.
RICHARDS BEATS GEN. WEAVER
Tito Other M. in Ilinn Itlstrlrt
l.olfers Win In May Keier Play.
M.in Birniin. N. II , Sept 3 Intet est
among the followers of the hay fever
; aeatnn handicap tournament centred In
the mulch between Waller 1. Itiohards
I of Fox Hills and lien. K. M Weaver of
Olievv fhuse to-dav. Ulchards played a
i medal round of 70 and defeated the Clen
eral on ihe seveiiteent h ureen and I
I F, I Bennett of Yountakah, w. h.
' ROgen of rialnlleld and V. llocUmeyer
: of Veaper also reached the semi-finals in
the Rral sixteen. The sumiiiuries J
Plrs, Hixteen ! i. Hcimeit. Vnuntakali
iiefied ii Hoclcmeyer, Veaper, k nmi
w. I. Richards, Fon mil. def44t4d K. M
Weaver, I'hevv I'lm.e, and 1. W. II
Rogers, pi4inneio, defeated 0, H, Mui
trave. l-ommnawsallh. " ana t V U..L
meyer, Vesper, defeated
l. M llinklcv
' 1 nsca. - una i
I Knlilnk Sihinrs Ma t.rntl.a.lr.
icu i ,,,,., ,ii .i.. .i , ,.
ItiHlewarl agBlnai w Kuttlak at the Van
iietlult A. r. lasi lUghl and ax a huh,. I
ttl Knocked out In the , lain li round.
.Stewart was on hand, hul snhl
COUld" I Ki on. Uiai he had strained
ills hack lriaeoll dropiatd Kuhlak foi
II count in Hie first HrltCOll was sent
to the floor three limes ill (he seventh
HKII.II I ON MuloKIMtOMI
Parkas m.i uii im mil i.ihronm
Tlrketa iih mt Hale r,u at (n as
H.u iinAi Nil. lit. NKfiiAinrK ii.
All ta9 II tnav Ik piirrhrtNtN) Ml HilxHlirr
M .ii ordrrK iiMi .i onlv . 'it-ii at oniwnl-t U
task. ifiilnYii ihtH-k in I 1'ostnt Minie.
M iriliT Oftlr' nf Mtvitn i' i nm iki
GIANTS LOOK MORE LIKE
LEADERS THAN PHILLIES
PeiTitt'a Fine Pitching, Backed by Fielding -of Same
Grade, Results in Shutout Doyle, Merkle and
Fletcher Collaborate for Two Runs.
The (liHiita did the Deal lhJf rould for
Iht ftfidgera yeaterdav afternoon, but
Brook-lyn eouldn't help liNelf. New Vork
ahut out the PhlllMJ, but rtohbie a men,
after taking a lend, loat their game
lo the Hravee The raee therefore la
praorleally wher.. It Mood bifore the
opening of three Important head on eol
liatona between Kaalern rfubft, Pltta
hurg beat ''hlcago and St. liOiiie took a
fall out of ClnetnMtl.
New Torh, 2 . Mhl adelnlda.
Moaton. 4, Bre.'klvn. 3.
Pltltktieffi 4. r'hleaffo. 1.
ft. teNJHa 3. 'Irolnnatl. 1
Keiallr.i mending of the MM
I . I I
1 7 m ml
' M4l 4:
.' w !
' T 4; in
I I J ill
i i - i ? I
i w it nt "in1
fM i li ie
7 "t it il
io lit i il i
II 71 II 10
. Tjli) .'. in
VTei ' o-'. i nr W
ftt. Iouls . .. .
' 'Ineinnatl . .
1 ":! 47;
Philadelphia at New Ymk
Brooklyn a, Baatnti
hi. nan , t l' -tM.rit
w:. i.ouia at Cincinnati.
By w ii.i.i m n. H.Ml.d
Poll IVrrltl's pitching at tin polo
Grounds yesterday was expert laMr,
also Brtlatle. Toll went into the white.
washing bualnea. so carefully and . img
Ingly thai the HnllUs were shut out
without projecting ,i man to third Mat
and with only one Invading the half
way lodgement The Giants won, 2 to
0. and the pitching I'erritt did and the
way he wan supported were as much
championship playing as wan the en
semble porformancc h) Alexamlei and
the other Quakora the day before How ever,
the Qlantl show a gr. at deficit of
such performances on the whole season,
haven't given enough of I hem to be n
line for championship homos and mt-
Mayer did first . Us- p t. , ng for tbe
1'hlllies. hut with G ams getting on bases
oftener than Phillies li looked from
the start as if the home lads wi t., like
lier to scire, hut they didn't Until the
fourth inning In the fourth they
Jammed through two runs with an in
cisive batting foray, and all I'errll bad
to do to make those two a plent) was
to keep on hh he had been doing Ht
did that Without a filter at nn) stnire
Karly ill the week grip had hold of
Poll, but he must have had a g I doc
tor, for the only gup about his anat
omical premises yesterday was the one
he had on the I'lnlln s
The infield put) Ing of Ihe Giants was
StsHKaWeflSjaii .ateji ijO ' """ ' I'.V.'I 'lL.
f mzt Albert
''" mtZSSl ."w1!ie national joy. smoke
L, g jWfj (5 Hero i a mnothr mat-9toct9fi tuembr jjjfflbtt
I g a1$(B" 4 J nftht Prim e Albert "oM tnumjimmy-
t BNFCjBIl I pip' club I ' fohn O'Roill
MSmBXm 1 Jl ot Proi ident f. R I who hmn
I tf iVMWk ' I Mi ped ffie cntury mark Mr
I I" irWnta 1 I " 1 " ' r'""" rfrenrf f'-y
E V taVMBW J m men who hmn torn to inii ripe gm
I I MSflrir f " """ ' ' "v mmy '
a 'j1 flJ Jf P'P Veao 10 ht mmrf tsch morning
Impenetrable All Philadelphia efToris to
plant two men on the sacks aimtiltane
OUtily were frustrated skilfully. Doyle
and Kletiher were a strong pair around
the middle cranny. Fletcher waa adroit
on difficult bounds, and Kovle bad a
spasm of ground covering which ex-,-eedcd
bis usual inpaclty for that sort
of exertion Fletcher handled difficult
hounds as well as Bancroft, and that'a
saying a good deal, for the latter played
another wlnardlike game at abort even
If he did ground a throw to flrat base
Tbe four hits of the Phillies repre
Ranted as many innlnga. I.uderns made
one In Hie second Inning with one out
and Immediately was forced for his pre
sumption Becker mad, a double In the
fourth with two out and was still pant'
. ing when l.uderua floated a ffy first to
the sky. then to Doyle Whltted led off
In the fifth with a single the Phils'
ni" t roseate prospect but Toll whiffed
Nlehoff with speed, lured a Ox- from
KMltfer and stooped to conquer and
handle Mayers, ground slam. In the
, fifth Piiskerl singled with two out. which
I was m.-rely kidding M,e Moran'a aristo
crats; and in the eighth, after a pass to
I'ravalb with one out. a double play
cle.ined the avenues of QUgMf debris.
So much for the Philadelphia offensive
The Giants made two hlls In Ihe first
Inning Which, so far as scoring was con
ceriied. didn't amount lo a ljill of beans.
' a row of plnft or wlialexer else there Is
to express infilling output In Ihe world of
iccompllahtnent. In the fourth, how
ever. I.arry Doyle, whose bat Is taking
its toll of hits from all coiners, sounded
the locsin with a safe drive lo right
All through Hie game the Giants stuck
In their plan of Krai ball hilling and
Maer no sooner had put one up to
Merkle than the reclaimed first baseman
lined It over Stock's head for two
Doyle, running strong, stored on Mer
kle'e hit. and though the play at the
plat, was close it wasn't so much ao
thai I.arry COuldn'l stay up Killlfer
dldni give ii ti inch and was capslxed
in the collision. The upset Jarred him
loose from the hall, and Merkle wen!
lo third on the error. lie was faster
to the plate than Beckers throw, whin
Fletcher Hied to right, and what took
platsa hi this Inning w-as the beginning
and the end of run making. The score;
PHrUA lit I- N I W YORK tN 1..
,ib ti n a e 40 It p 4) 4
t... k -b
" lltinia If
I I 0
Baoerofl sa t o t
Paabi 'lit i t !
Ile- Uer rf.. t I I
I. intern.. in : 1 II
Whitted ci t :
Kilhfer.-. :t o I
M ever p ..'00
sfYal eh 0 n .,
tlltmev ft o 0
M'Quill n 11 ft 0 ft
ft t trant.tb 4
-t a Hot, t son rf 4
li.irla 'b . . . 3
c Merkle lh 3
" n Fletcher. as I
: 1 Thorpe of a
" 1 Isooin.e I
. IVrnti p . -.
n ft Totals ....
II 1 I
1 1 o
I 3 0 0
ft 4 1 ft
II 0 3 ft
4 2; M I)
Totala !M 4 VI ir- -
Rattetl for Mayer 111 Ihe etxhth Inning.
tRan for Cravath
Philadelphia, nonooiiftft n n
New VorU ... t 4 I l.'l 4 I I
Kuns New Y'firU Dojrlt, Merkle Flrat
haae on error New York I.CII nn liases
- Philadelphia, c Ken Yoik. 1 Haae on
balla nil I'erritt. 1 struck out By Mayer.
.. by Perrltl 1 Two tHo hits Becker.
Merkle BaerWee fb Pletchet stolen base
"chitted Double rilaj Kieicher. Doyle aud
Merkle Hue tiff Mayer 4 in aeen Innlnaej
off McQuillan, none tn one tiilntifr I mnue
In ehlel Klein Pieltl umpire Km. lie Time
1 hour ami 1" minute
' Prince Afcerf is told sverwAsrs fcacaase
. ras demand for il I'sun.vcrsa- .SuuAmrri
' you ftappsn to run ihori iut dram in thm
nonsfisaf snap that fotVacco ana buy thm
foppv rmd bag for a jitney pitct, 3c: tidy rmd
tin. to, handBom pound and half-pound
tin humidors; and that clmlaycryttat-xlan
mound humidor with avponge-meiffsasr top.
WILD THROWS AID CARDS.
lleils Rrnten In Opening; tiaine of
Merles by Score of .1 tn I.
GtrtpttcNATt. Sept. S. -The Cardinals
opened a three game aeries with Cin
cinnati to-day by taking the first con
teat. 1 to 1. Wild throwing hy Hchnel- j ,,, f)f 8' tff) 0 Wiped Out L,
der and Williams In endeavoring lo "7
head off runners In the fourth Inning gave I Itrfl VPS, W HO Trillin )li In
tne , arninais xno xin.n j. i nr r, o,e.
ST T01 IS iN 7,.)
CINCINNATI (S. h I
ah h p a
Rialeeea 4 1 1 3 OKIIhfer cf
noacher.lf 4 14 0 OOroh.tb t i 3 0
fayng.rf.... lit H4rjog.44., 4 i s 3 I
Wllaon.ef .. 112 0 ftltirl ffltll.rf . . 4 0 It 0 It
llvalt.lb .. ! 3 II 0 0iWtlllams.il 4 o a n J
Mlller.lb... 4 2 f. 7 IfWInfO.e..,. 3 14 3 0
llet tel. th. 4 0 0 7 Olnmlfsra :8 .'-431
Snyder .o . t o 2 t o NnllwMl Ih 1 i 7 0
Meadow a n 3 0 0 1 0 Schneider. p 2 0 0 11
. lafteonte . I
Total o a n if, ( Uw.i, o o n , o
I MM.. . 3" ' 77 ir 4
naltad for (tehnelder in the ritrhth Innlnt
at lamia o o o n n o o I
Um4nnat1 .. I I I II M I M
Runs- St t -o i it Reseher. MM II Cincin
nati. Rodter Struck out Hv Schneider e:
by Meadowa. : Raaea on balla Off Schneider.
I; off Meadows Two hne hit MollWltS
... ..I. S-l., ...,r., li.. 'J. T. ,,! X4..II
win; Builer. Miller arid Hyatt 7 Stolen
haae ROdfferf. WlngO Hea.her Hit by
pitched ball Hy S.-hnetder i llmplrea Rut
fer and Orth Time 1 hour and 3: minute
PIRATES FOUND HUMPHRIES
twba, I liable to
I. nae by a 4
Solve Ms loon a.
to I Score.
PlfTggUMi Sept .1 Mamaux pitched
the Pirates to a 4 lo I vlctbrv over
Chiitgo here to-dn-. Humphries was
hit hard In the second Inning and was
forced to give way tn Slandrldge The
CHICAUO IM I. i
ab li li a
(iood.rf . I 'i ii
Kisier.e 4 0 4 1
lehulU.lt.. 3 14 4
Zmini am 3b 434
Saier.lh ... 4 I "
I'helsn.th 4 0 11
Hre.'han.c 0 2
H'tm'nes.p o n o o
Mc,aiTy .14 4 4
Slsndr re p tool
IMTTSRPRlJ ,N 1. '
all II ti H e
0 Carey. If
1 Ytc4.nl. v. as
ft CilllllK cf
o Hi ii. li an rf
' )nx 2b
0 llaird .Hi . ..
1 Idhaotl.e. .
H n n
4 1 0
n M iinanx p
Totala 1 27 tl
TotaJa it r. 74 io "
Ratted for Huniphiiea in the third Innlnt
Chleaco t t 4 e 1 4 4 41
llltaburt I I I I I I I I I I
Runs -Chicago ilood. Initahurc. Colllnt.
itin.-timan wag nar hhim mo Mae mt.
Schulte. Waaner Three haee Inl W.itfner
!..., U..,. .n.. V... .1,1...... G.nO... I.
Carey Colllna Do;lble play Carey and l.ih
aim Haae nn balla off tandrnlge. , off
Mamaux. I Hit hy pitched hall in Bland
nuir. i. ut mMiiAuji i striatal inn ny
StHiidrnliie. I' by Mamaux 4 I'mpirea
Quifley and o Hay Time I hour and 3:t
r. 11 g
-4 11 0
nutter. KM. and
hrrg ml 1 "o otiHti
T City "OftOftOftO 3 1
M:nnap'.:ta , 1 I I I I I I I I II 17 :
Hntieries laxrarm nnd ib-ihal Hooper
and giHIh an
AT ST PAUL
n li F
i t in 1
a I 1 1 4
.ciV'. . . o 0 t 1 ft " l
Paul 7 ft 0 ft 1 0 I 1
Ha; 'cries -sllis. kclfoj .1 and
iin":-i 1111 Glenn.
n it r.
Cleveland fttoonftftt 10 1 4 ;
Indian olt I 1 ft ft ft ft ft 3
Bat :enea--Met 'all. .tamo Row man and
rieiog.. Daawon. Tlppe and Blackburn.
North Carolina League.
Phtrlotie, Il Wlnaton.Salem ft.
Oth4f lltln postponed: rain.
Son I h cm lasagne.
Men ptil. 4; Naahvtlle, 4
Little Rork. t'i. i 'hatranooga, 1.
Rlrniinxham. 4. Atlanta. 3 i I Irmtngai
You uncork that
by letting some Prince Albert joy smoke sift into
your system via a jimmy pipe or makin s ciga
rette, for you never got such fun out of tobacco
in all your life.
Get that P. A. flavor? Get that P. A. aroma?
Go to it mighty cheerful, because P. A. can t
bite ! Puff away like you hit perpetual motion
in the first round! And keep fired-up til! the
cows come home. Fnr it s
sure facts Prince Albert
You be a sport
of thing, that hits every man who g
chummy with P. A.
Hammer this home for what ails your stnokrapr '
because you've no time to lose getting intrwrlm re
this real and true man-lnharrn that's ace-hieh ''
yard wide no matter how you swing on it, jimn
pipe or makin's cigarette!
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston -Salem.
RUDOLPH GETS BACK
AT COCKY DODGERS
Sroro of ( to B,
RVERfl OUT F0H PIVK lx
Boston. Sept. I.- Dick r, ,a.
revenge on tbe Dodget fnt . ...
day'a trimming when he heal . ...
:i to-day In an Interesting g rlunng
which i 'apt. John Fvers nf He li-.,t
occupied a grand stand sr.it i , N
said Fvere lias been sufpe, 1 fn
ilnys by President Tener, a-
Hon President Gaffney shipper) , ,.t
I of five days salary.
n H'e rair ritl
Ing President Tener innattfi .t im
Butch Bctimldl would hav la .
thrnugh with linn fw hits n -
Thursday's trouble atid Rddl4 t ,.
rich with III,
The Braves, who for the 'os
have threatened to becoTpe Iht
wnnders. suddenly foiind their 1
ees. htUTimered Douglas f... . .
and found Sherrod Smith for font n,rt.,
Me-inwhile Rudolph sel th I v r,
down with a Stingy five
I, old Byron was more mtjeatle ,PtB
ever, nfiparenlly feeling etgierl avf
Teper's ggtlotia, ffir loda) hf '.
plank rather than a chip ,. i tt,,
derftll shoulder. About the nn
which thtcHtetied to remove
wnnderful lemaphoee sitii.e
Brooklyn scored In tin a
Rudolph walked Wheal. ay
f'ulehaw aat'rtftiied lnm ilong i
.D ers was tut by Rudolph. ..
I s 'ni Wheat As Rill Hit
' 1 with Miers. Kaaoti allov
count. t... Then, after Doiigln
j to Ala ran Mile, D'Alara alngleil
scoring t letg. Those wen H
I only tallica.
... buiichlna hits m ti,.
ihini Boaton uuntod four 1
, m me sixill iiouine o sum
I dolph, with llowdy't w all.
more Douglas was extracted ifti
were out tn the ihtid. ami '
finished i he game. The scon
BROOKLYN IN i. I BOBTO
ah h n
:t i Bttodyr'ea '
t ft Pltxpa ek :h
ft tVanpttMi rl
0 it Bchmtdl lh
:i l .1 siinih h
ii " Mar ill-
t ft l.nntlv
1 ii Rudolph n
li Mara aa 4 I 1
I III lllat-rt III I o I
Stenxel rl 4 ft 0
Wheat. II ' il 4
. Hummel If. 9 I 4
cuiahaw 3b ; i "
in 1 ih
B Smith n
1 II II
1 1 3
Tot , .
Totala . 3t :. 74 II r
Brooklyn o 3 a 4 a
Ho. ton ... II 1 3 a 11 i
Rum Brooklyn, tfheal Myera
ton, PlttpalrlcK. Maee. .1 smith '
Two hne hit Maraiivllle .1 sn
dolph Bacrtnea hits jCutahae
Btoleu base Pliapatrtea Mai it
base on ball tiff Douglas, I: olt S
off lliidoltdi I Hit bj tM' too By
7 : ' M.iera. Struck o il Itv Rtldn : '
5 ' Smith I I'nuilre Bvmil and Eaao
I hour ami .'. niniillea
New I rial not la-ague
Portland, ti Worcester, 4.
Lynn, . Lawrence, j.
I'ttchhlC g. 3. I.SM tsl'.ll. 1
l.'.we .. 4. Manehe4t4r, ' iflr.t n
Lowell Ii Manohealer, a I scoa 4it
11 s 1 it vi 1 i.nninria la-da , 1 1' t
giants - PHILADELPHIA
never grouched any other
man's tongue and won f
grouch yours !
Get P. A. jimmypipHoy'u;
and cigarette makin's happy
then you'll personally un
derstand that no other pipe
and cigarette tobacco ever
was or ever can be like
Prince Albert. The patented process
fixes that and cuts out the bit. and the
parch. That's why pipe peaceful and
cigarette peaceful men call
and take a chance of.
you've no idea of tho b
the joy'us satisfaction, of
and restfulness and th;i.