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THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1915.
Johnston Beats Champion Williams; Meets McLoughlin To-day in Final High Scoring in Women's Golf
TO RETAIN HIS
Johnston Pnts Champion
Out of Tournament in
Hot Five Set Duel.
TWO OF TENNIS TRIUMVIRATE NOW
OUT; LIKE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
Bohr and Williams Defeated;
MrLoafflilin Only Member
of Biff Trio Left,
HAS TASK BEFORE HIM
COMET BEATS PELL;
FINAL CLASH TO-DAY
Two r.-tllfomlans win compete for Wis
the final round of the thlrty-flfUi annual
tournament this afternoon at ttie West . atM Williams In the
Side Tennis Huh, Forest Hill I I.
William M. Johrurron of flan Francisco,
rated alrth hurt rear, startled the tartnle
worM, hora out tha predict km In Tm
Btm yesterday and allowed fJtat hie
My J. PARMIV P a It FT.
With the downfall of Champion Wlll
lama Taaterdny In the national tamnle
tournament at Forest Hllla two of tha
l treat trlumTlrata In tennla haw fol
lowed In tha footatepa of Travrera, Oul
mat and Ftrana In irolf laat weak, and It
only remain for McTxiuirhlln to loss to
day to complete tha aimtle. William M.
Jrhnatnn haa Juatly earn ad hla If ace
oloae to tha top of fha ladder, for It la
no email taak for any man to heat Bohr
and Who knows what may happen to
day? On eurloua result tffmt to rather de
appolntlnf for the expert of fhla seo-
tton la that the final round of the singles
fame of tha last week was not merely a for the national championship win be
,s tYm . w. tmatlns RWhard I Played between two (Jallfornlana this
flash Hi the pari, by ""'JT afternoon, and the ftnml of the double
Iforrta Williams d of Philadelphia, l wmmm with four Callfornlane on the
national ol amnion, in free seta at 6 7. court. Not an Eastern player Is left In
t a jft a4, 4 1. Kaurloe K. Mo- either event. Such results do not lm-
- " ' fc . r gga ' Prove the chance of the Best In the
OughJln .tha othsr San FraKrtsoo , ,ntenwctlonal maft,m, to . hl1
player, dhamplon of the world, won hla 1hv Saturday between the Pacific
roatrti easily from Theodora Rouse eel t and the Atlantlo ooaat, which probably
Pen of New Tor at 6 1, 0, 7 i. I will pro ride the lone expected meat ins
. , . - . between McLnujrhltn and Wir.tsms that
The t-tmls playod by itohJta sd rmmfi NMh shut out of the cham
Pell was of 4t highest order ana a i pjonahlp tournament proper,
taaat for the moat axaottnc crowd, but But of yesterday's play ttaalf It can
H waa only an appetiser for tha feast ! ont'' b" "aW fairness that the better
.. ,- , a. i iiitMl wtm, stiru a tVulU 1 rx l 1 1 It VI BUT BVtMl
etannls that oatn after M. The brand . XCUM for Williams either. He played
of playing displayed by Williams and well at all times, fully up to his avar
Johnaton so far overshadowed the other age game. If not better, but he waa
matt that tha PBll-McLmoghlln affair dearly and cleanly outplayed and at
looked second rate tn oomparlson. no his own game of hard hitting too.
of the biggest crowds the arer eww a Johnston went right to 1t and hit the
tennis match In this country turned out I ball harder than the champion. That
Did Match Please
McLoughlin or Not?
I T would be interesting to know
what ware McLoufrhlln'a feel
ings as he and the other Cali
fornians gat in the enclosure
watching; Johnston beat Williams.
The Comet must have been torn
by conflicting emotions, for
surely he must have wanted to
see his fellow native son win, and
being human, he must have
wanted to get another chance nt
Williams to-day, to try and even
up the Newport score. Who can
say whether he was disappointed
or pleased or both nt the out
come? Mac wouldn't.
for the contests. It Is estimated that
close to 10,000 persons witnessed the
play and they were one In the opinion
that the tennis wa.a about the finest
displayed at any time on any court.
to 1 Ks-orlte.
telle the whole tale. It Is very easy to
Imagine that any beaten champion la off
his game when ha loses, hut Williams
was not yesterday. He mads errors to
be sure, but no man living could have
avoided making plenty of errors with
such accuracy and speed against him.
He wss not perhaps up to the eitraor
had the Westerner won any of the four
points in ths first and the one he needed
In the third set his victory might have
been three straight. Instead of a five
In the pinches Williams was very
strong. Facing the loss of the first set
by a single error, he hit the hall as faat
and accurately as ever and fairly earned
the pullout that he got.
When It came to the fifth set. however.
Williams waa carrying too big a load
and he could not keep on pulling out of
holes against such nppoattlnn. Any
champion who Is expected to win always
caniea a larger load of anxiety than
hla challenger. The other man can cut
l and risk all klnda of ahota, hut
when the pinch comes at the end of such
an Important match It takes a wonder
ful amount of nerve to avoid playing a
little safsr and not risking the very
strokes that are probably necessary to
win. And so It was yesterday with
Williams. In the last set he did not
Only rnlifornians In Finals of
Both Singles and
JOHNSTON MTOHTY MITE
JUDGE MOORE GOES lMRS. VANDERBECK LEADS
ON TAKING RIBBONS
IIarnens Classes Swept by His
Horses, hut He Ts Beaten
In Four in Hnnds.
hsve seen before. On his backhand
particularly In the way he dragged across
the short (-rosscourt shots wiiti a twist
NEWPORT SHOW CLOSES
MISS HYDE BY A STROKE
Philadelphia Woman Gains Medal at Onwentsia, With
85 High Wind and Soft Links
Send Scores Soaring.
tha fleM that p!yed
round of the women's
be resembled the late R. K TVmerty
to a remarkable desree. Johnston, on
the other hand, plays In the purely
American style, with a higher elbow
In all hla strokes, and his form was
distinctly better then the champion's.
For a small man It Is little short rt
marvellous the power and speed that
Johnston whips Into the ball He keep
well away from It. uses a very full back
swing snd long follow through, and the
........ a th . n 111. moment of Im.
,..-.j i, ,n.in,,lTfin r vl ""- em! In the rlsss for single hir
Sept S Although I on the 27.1 ysrd dog leg eighth, where
In tha qualifying ,rn maenie snm ana a twelve root
national golf mlassd a null, nntahlv on the alrteenth
Nswfost. Sent . Judge Winiam IT. I championship on the links of the On- where a rather short one ran past the
t e n,M.. rr..nr aawHateal his ! werrtela tfttfl tn-rlnv wa the lnrreat r"P' nn number of holes she saved
strokes by getting down putts of the
letiKtli that used to be harden! for her
to make She finished after Mrs. Vun
dorbeck and made a fine hid to lie for
the medal. Just missing a long put! for
a 3 on Ihe home hole tier card -.
Mlea f.llMnn H. Htit, South Shnre;
nut ( $
Moore of Prides Crossing continued his ' wentsla flub to-day wss the largest
of the body In place of follow through, winning to-dsy In tha last dsy of the I that ever hsa competed for the? title In
the hhttory of the ITnltad States Golf
Association, the scores were unusually
high. Becouse of the site of the field,
with Its c,nsciiunt Increase In the keen
ness of ths competition for the thirty-
two pl. ca In the champl'inshtp division,
nineteenth annual Newport Horse Show
and late In the afternoon, when It
came to the championship rlssses, al
ways the closing feature nf Ihe show,
he made a clean sweep In the har
ness events Tn the class for harness
pairs his Ird and I-ady Peaton were lower aanraa than ususl were r.pected.
announced the champions, with another
pair from the Moore stthlea ss re-
stroke yet shown In the game
Hard In Predict for To-day.
ness horses his Hountlful, a horse thst
he hsd shown In only one nther class
during the show, wss named ss the
Against Mrlxnigtilln In the finals to- j First honors for the hunter went,
day It Is difficult to say what he will as wss to be expected, to Olen Riddle
do. The two met last July In the ; Farms of Ulen Riddle, Pa th. lr Wll-
exposltlon tournsment on asphalt out low King being picked ss the chnm-
In Pan Francisco, and It took five sete plon and their Bloodstone as reserve
for the Comet to best his rlvsl
but a high sind snd n course heavy
from re-put r.tlns upaSt the calculations.
Mrs I'lnrenre M. V inderhecls of Phil
adelphia, the IBflHlfll champion, led the
M I I I H I I -4111
Miss Stlrllna onddent.
between Mies Holllns and Mr. Burins
mi'i uir eirussie netweeti M - S ' rllrs
and Miss H. D. Hammond. th f,,n.:
U ,.l..n . I, - O""
... .... , i m- wnp .
medal Only a stroke behind, at mi, was
Mlsa Lillian H. Hyde of New York, the
metropolitan champion, and not am fher
otie of the Hl starters was under the
Miss Alexa W, Stlrl'nr of Atlanta, the
' ' ,. . ... L--nH .-. ..little Southerner, llnlrhed third with a
Miss Stilling played her usual stead
game and seemed 10 hHve a little more
confidence than she hail last year at
list wHh a well pHved SS whining the I'Tinipaimg tn
.. . .. er first National championship. Miss
Mrs r R VanderhecH Phtls
mm 1. H Mtde. south Shore it
Mlm A W Stirlltw. Atlanta
Mrs R H Harlow. Merion . 4f
Miss M Holllns. Wetvbronli
Miss K. N. Chandler. Huntingdon M
Miss L. M Kaiser, Flo.rnioor i
Mrs ,1 V. Hard. PitKhurr n
Mrs W A (STln. Shirlev I'arV IT
Miss li Sentie. St Toii M
Miss I t'hatfleld. Kishwa-ilo. i,
Ml-s W f'oMhsm. invraes. t
Mrs K L Hetfleld. Rartslos n
Miss m (Mwards. Midiothiaii
Miss ;. Painter. Midlothian
Mrs t. F Henneberrv Gtenvles
Mrs I Widuev. Mverl)
Miss K Allen, flakl-v ,.
Mrs I, W Mlds Jackson Ps-k .
Miss K Allen. Rock Island
Mrs A lavertsht Philmont
Mrs M Phelps Chlcas" ,.
Mrs A A II". mine Itheatoa " ti
Miss r Hatlfleld. Ill no Moil i
Mrs H I) Hammond. Hlrhtanq
Mrs s Kunstsirter. ldle;:i
Miss J Jones. Stout Citr ii
Miss E Pesree. Flnssnioor
Miss 15. V Rosenthal Kav.'o.
miss m i. iimi-i. ttnc-matl
Mis. Brllre. Westmorslatid
Hri 0 Fox. Huntingdon
THE PRAW UPPKfl ii . r
Mrs (Is In T Mrs Hsnt ...,
Vo vs Mr T'he 1 r. Mri
lliird. Mrs. Heanlns IM M y ,
L... .11-- 11. I . 1.
ic. ciinn nf nn i. iir.
llolllns vs. Mrs Harlow. M
Mi., r, . ti. ti-. - -. ' n
at that Johnston led at 4 1 In the the New York horse UOBatp, owned by
fifth aet. only to lose by 4. Mr-1 John A. Hartford.
loughlln haa been for years the cock Judge Moore suffered one notable de
of the walk nut there. Coast men gen-. feat this afternoon. This was In the
rrally believe that none of the others class for four-ln-hsnds In this class
can stop him He Is confident of win- j five tssms were entered. From ihe
nlng. and thst helps, a lot. Williams's ' atsrt the team entered by Frank 1'on
style of a low fast ball with plenty of j ovsn nf Hoslon wss (he faorlte with
Impact favors Johnston's plsy the stands, snd though thla team mas
more than the slower ball with more , passed hard by Judge Moore the
iwlst that Mclmghlln will give him judges decided upon the first named
was the same yesterday with Pell . Judge Moore, who waa driving hltn
agalnst Mclxiughlln Pell also needs a wf stopped and cntiRratnlatcil the
low ball to get his speed from, and he winner, for which he whs applauded
II, nud Miss Marlon Holllns. Westbrook,
snd Mrs Itanald H. Hatloa-. Merlon,
tied for fourth at M Afier those flv
scores was a cap or t iree strokes. There
were fifteen scores lii ali under 100, and
lot proved to he the highest total that
found a placa In the championship set
There were Ave tied at 1H4 and three of
them got In on a one hole playoff.
Hum,, u b..i -i .... i... uvwsa tui.r
of BOlf that has helped them to win go nSMSJS Z"V.':
many matrhes In the psst and their high m.ind vs. Miss f)r irlinc Mill
plac in the list was In no sense sur- ' " Ksissr. MlM nhsndlei ri Mrt2
prising. j ilrheck. Mim j Mil ,, v-.
Probably the greatest surprise ',rn M " 3
Ihe comparatively mixm showing of Miss . ,
BlallM V. Rosenthal, the nee ly crowned ' WHO FAILKD th qVALTrl
western ihainplot, and Who eras runner ..frm:. Meartnur not
show quite so much speed, while John- Comet
could do little or nothing against the
ston hit out as freely as ususl If not
more so, with the result that Is shown
In ths record.
Victor gwpremr In Oae Thine
1 look for a fairly close match, prob-
The sfternoon wss marked by the
onlv accident of the show and this not
ably running to four eels, but 1 shall R vf.Ty serious one. Rlrhsrd Oambrlll.
be surprised If Mclaughlin loses, even . wno wu rtdlng Plana In the champion
after seeing the wonderful tennis put up ne, hunter class, was thrown He
by Johnston yesterday. Since lone be- up n nn Instant, however, and.
fore this tournament legan I have felt mounting again, made a clean reconl
that the Comet waa due to win liack Dr ,n. jumis
hla championship honors, and 1 think , Tne ,nnw Hn s whoV was the be-t
he sviuld have beaten Williams to-day , Newport management has had
say that that waa above his normal
form than yesterday's play watt below.
The crowd waa about aa representa
tive a gwrhertng aa haa come together
at a snorting event In tfhle country, and
a sport loving crowd It waa too. No fae
vorltes were played, although undoubt
edly the factious must have been about
ennallv divided. Bach phxyer m both of
the matches was applauded for hla good Williams waa extraordinarily lucky to
strokes and everyU'lig wis son when nave prolonged the match for five sets
nn error was made. That the crowd was The coast man led at 5 1 In the first
out to aee good spoTt. regardless of who! set and four times waa within a single
might win, waa evident from the groans stroKS ot taking the aet. only to have It
thai went up when any of the play.
not in the world. He has all the ability
dlnary standard of his Newport victory of. ,.h p"rlr" ,iarnfd ,n. forehand play
ten days ago. but It would be fairer to I w"n m?rf B'"'", backhand Is as
naic. mnugn pernaps nac quite so
brilliant as Isrned's. but his service and
volleyl.ig are distinctly better than that
n 1111am. Larky to Oo So far
failed after a particularly hard try.
What speculation there was and
Ultra seemed to he nulls a bit of It
ni ids McLoughlin a topheavy favorite
In lii- match with Pell and Williams a
3 In 1 fjvorite over Johnston. In spite
of this it seemed as if the crowd wns
s little anxious to see Johnston beat
the national champion. Its feelings with
of the old champion. I .art . d rushed the
net better than Johnston, but from the
back of the court against a base liner
he was not so good and against a vol
leyer little If any better. :
The coast man mnde splendid use of
his service vesterdav and it cnontH
pulled out against him finally. After , much more heavily In his favor lhan In
winning the aecond Johnston came any of hla previous matches. It was
Johnston's play was sbaolutely first
class in ever' department of the game.
He Is to-dsy probably the hardest hlttlna
ground stroke player In the country. If I 'f 'n latter had won from Johnston ; !n mmt time.
yesterday, Mclousniln nss a large re
serve force stored up. snd I don't be
lieve be hss shown his full strength
st any time yet In this tournament.
Against Pell yesterday be opened up
a little more and won almost as be
Johnston varied his plsy more yester
day than 1n hi previous matches and
used the lob frequently with good suc
cess when he could cosx Wllllaml In
close enough to the net to make it count
There a-as a. f.ne array
of horses, excellent attendance each day
and fine weather on the whole three
MEREDITH SMASHES RECORD.
Rani 4 tn Vnrds In nn K.n rrr
PlBWre for Shot Pnt.
In ii.Anxt.riUA. Sept (1 Ted Meredith
the world's quarter mile champion, added
The champion kept up his resord for i more honors to his nsme by making a
double faults, trying constantly for sees , nPW record In Ihe 41" yard race this
on the second service, hut 1t wss not J afternoon In the track and field chsm-
Mr. Vntidrrhrek Steady.
Mrs Vanderrsck p4sed remarkably
steady golf from the lieginnlng to the
end of her round. The middle of the
fairway UStj ,nv was the abiding place nf
her hall whenever It came to rest 1m
tweeu tee and green, and hi r mistakes
e-rre few and far Itettveen. There were
only two holes that she found fault with,
the linst. where she took three putts, and
ihe thirteenth, where her drive went Into
a ttap and she tisik two strokes to gel
out In (he open falraay agiln. ' 'n
several holes she missed long putts by a
narrow margin, nnd altogether It bs a
most satisfactory round from her point
t i nst the strong wind that was
blowing; Ml several holes the medalist
had trouble In reaching the greens In
the regulation number of strokes, but
she did not quarrel with her fate on
these occasions She made up for some
of them by holing a tine twenty foot
putt for a 2 on the short sixteenth Her
C, If Van.1. rhrrk. Philadelphia
4 t 4 I f f
5 r. ; d
within one point of taking the third as faat and deep and frequently he whlnned I ssilns right and be laat more than he I don.hln. of the Middle Atlantic Ass
well, hut the chsmplon pulled that also across a second delivery with more cut i gained by It In the fourth and fifth elation of the A. A. P.. held under the
out of the fire. Vlth such vicious speed l far out to the outside edge of the right i sets he double -faulted a number of ausnlces of the Meadow Hmok Club, on
Depends on Miorl (ismr.
and clever placing on both sides of the
net as were In evidence yesterday It
waa touch and go on both sides, and
court that won many points for him.
Williams showed more of the English
style in his strokes yesterday then I
week. Prior to the beginning of tha
regard to .McLoughlin and Pell were ; national champlonahlp at Forest Hills
r mi ssd, for many In the gallery have
been a tnllle uncertain about Mclaugh
lin. Some feel that he has begun to
go back. He always has been so popu
lar that no ono wanted to see him fall
from the pedestal, so naturally enough
ev ry one was more than pleased to
a- him play the brand of tennis he did.
In view of the remarkable showing
of Johnston during the week It was sur
prising to note bow few In the crowd
thought that the young Callfornlan had
flood chance of winning. The crowd
knew that ha would put up a good
match, as evidenced by the way the
peats fllliHl so early In the afternoon.
A a matter of fact they filled So quickly
thai the management announced last
many persons well versed In the game
I had coma to the conclusion thst tha
youngster had reached the tenlth of
: his career too early and had come to
j a point where he could climb no higher,
I although he might remain there for a
long time The one hope held out for
i him was his youth. He la only 29 now.
, It was held generally that if he ever
I did advance It would be by a sudden
The sudden Jump came In this very
tournament, In which he waa not held
to have a chance even of getting Into
the semt-flnal round. To get there he
had to go through Harold H. Hacketf.
one of the greatest generals that ever
him look a sure winner, but Johnston
promptly came back and won the first
three games of the second set. His ad
vantage did not amount to much when
he lost the next two. With Williams
serving on the sixth, Johnston saved
himself by hresklng through, but lost
the sdvantsgs by fslllng in the next
two games, and the set wss even at 4
times with a slow second service that Houston Field. Three other records were
was Inexcusable, ss It could not have, lowered, throwing the discus, shot put
helped him If he hail got the ball In. j and the Javelin throw.
Meredith competed in two races and
1 . I haaidag winning the Mil yard run did not
other time this seaswn and although the . have the least trouble In annexing tha
New Yorker was right at the top of his half mile from a big field In the 4!"
game ne was no match for the 'aiiror
ntsn The Comet's service vas psrtlc-
yard race the Pennsylvania star, who
waa runlng under the colors of the
Meadow Hrook Club, got away to a
good start with Steele pushing him eloat
for the first ten ards. After once get.
ting bis bearings the world's champion
started to leave the field snd won at
All through her round
strangely enough depended more upon
her short game than she did upon the
long driving for which she lias become
famous Time after lime her tee shots
took her off Into the rough, sometimes
on one side of the course and some
times on Hie other 'in the sixth hole
she threw away a stroke by driving out
of bounds Her short came, aapscially
up ii me national title a year ago
She was an early starter, getting away
shortly after It had slopped raining
and before the sun had come out, and
101 was the best she could do.
The Championship division consists
of twenty-one Western players, nine
from the Cast, one from the South and
one from England The englishwoman
la Mrs W, a Qavln, nilrtay Park, Kng-
erra, wno nnisned well up toward the
top of the Hrt with a ! Miss Vera
Ramaay, the Hrltlah girl who won the
Hoston title this spring, did not plav
j She sent word that she Injured her wrist
recently whilo riding hi a hydroaero
plane The much bigger number of
Western qualifiers counterbalanced to
a certain extent by the fact that not
ne of the first six Is a Westerner. Five
"f them are Kastern winners and tha
other Is Ml SI Stirling from the South.
I In only former national champion
to qualify was Mrs J V Hurd. who Hs
.Miss Dorothy Campbell, won the title in
1001 nnd ltn. Mrs Bruce n. Smith,
who when she was Miss Pauline Mackav
won In lim.v finished to-day with 101,
Just one stroke too high to qualify,
The playoff, which took place at sun
set, after the last pair had come in.
was a short one The Ave golfers who
took part In tt. Miss Marjorle 1 'odd of
Cincinnati, Miss Isabel Hrldge of West
moreland. Mrs Caleb F Fox of Hunt
ingdon Valley. Mrs Warren McArthur
of Flossmoor. and Mrs. c L Uerlng of
South Shore (Chicago I, played the hole
in . . . and v. respectively. That
put Miss I 'odd. Miss Bridge and Mrs
Fox Into the Inner circle.
I if the three young girls who nlaved
Miss Hvde two qualified. Miss Stirling and Miss
trances Iladneid of Milwaukee
I . I H ertng. South
104; Mrs. Bruc r. Staph, (ins
Mrs. Cirrle Ii Kuhne-- - ',
iii, i-io ,vi rs it iwsrM '.! ,
Countrt Mi. V s
. Mrs. Howard r. ' hltnev
i. Mis c. ii Alexaadei i I?
Ml.. Louise Fergus. ; i -. -. -A
K Maxnetl Lake i,.oi4 -r u,
Edith Host, onwsntsla tos i u
Cowers, lieu ink, in; Ms vt t .,
Pltokls, ins. miss p,.r. oh t H i, Ms' J
i.. Tn .. . .. . ". '. '-"
.vi r . id a iii 1 1 ritiei Mrii yia
ri'TOll'r nil i. n, in,
Mrs Kd tn it ml T I'erkns i.vs TI
Mr. r . M. v rneirn. Unartntl4 i
B II .-l"l". MniSi i ". vir i y
Winston. 11". Mrs i s V I. f
wentsla, Miss tlarlortt " v
WHiikee, Utj Mrs Sterling ,
St bonks in. Mrs R, Lansing I
I.ouls. 111. Mrs. Joseph - !'i I- I'.'-i
H'n k. 111. Mrs ll rh-r- ;!! .-.,.',.
11:': Miss I. in lie Heed, "nut - ri rw
csgo. 113. Mrs K i J'ii;. v. - ... nj
Mrs. (leorge r. HaeKeii. Heveri! Ill Mi
Marvin H Pool, Mldlathlsn iim.
t'harles E, Verkss Ulsnt 'i jpg
1. It itej noius. iineiiT i i
Mrs .1 Morse K,v Onwtnt ' via
viiritsiri in.ipp. ckohi. ii . i
DsamSfj vVhesion. ill; Hri 1 it f.
' omn. wnsatoa, ltv. Mrs t. . v
pertlaad, us. Mrs. Phi ip vr-.n ,. ;
nentsla. Ill; Miss Bill K Banning ri
cinnatl. II. Miss Blganof II Itttnaxt,
land. 11. Mrs. Bertrin I U'tlkei cn.
nsntsla. 117. MUs f H N'' ' st.-jji
liv. Mrs Brsasl W. Rowles Bevsrlr.ttl
Mrs e. J. Codahy, onwsntau Un
K. II. Sev incur. Inverio-- 'l vt
liwetnalln Jones, tinaentsu. i.v. niM
F. H. Karrsnd. PhSatOn, 129 V- Hit-
Whltasy, Beverly, ill; Mim r !'- .
Mnwentsla, ItlJ Mtss ,tu is T' 71s..
uns-sntils, 1:4. Mrs P 11 malt!
Indian HIH. Iltl SIiss 1 -lea
Mrs .Istnes P. Cisrdner. FlotsmMf VI
Miss E. Henton. Hoiith ".'.
121: Mrs. Bllsabetb Wlnklei r .-
Miss (irace Turtle. Onasntits. it:
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' '"' ssj in. me tniru'Mr. Sherman I.. Smith, Bevi
01 me ,no or youngsters, mane ins and Mrs Fjra .1 Wi'wt, Jr. onvitnttia,
wns left nut. ' Mrs A Watson. Armour. Qnwi - 1
As soon as the nlavoff was comnl.t. M" ch-s Adstt. Onttmi. v. yt
the draw was made. In the upper half
the most prominent names are those of
Miss Hvde MISS Holllns. Mrs Barlow
and Mrs Hurd, and the best in the I
night that the gates would not be open I steppea on a court : i-iarenoe c. Pell
until 1 o'clock this afternoon, two hours l"" rmuonai rarqura cnanrpion; 1 mug
las S. Walters, rated the best plaver
below the Mason and Hlxon line; Karl
II. Behr, the third of the tennis tri
umvirate, and Clarence J. Hrlffln, his
1 uuumrB iron, iiidi.. lie nil! only livrr-
Johnston was superb snd his vtctorj' came all hla obstacles hut did it in .
before the time scheduled for the start
ing of the final round match.
Prosed Can't Beltere P.yea.
ularly effective and he scored a doxen
clean aces dUTlng the course of the
match His drives too had terrible poa tr
behind them, and should he have his
strokes going Ihe same wsy when lie
all. The Callfornlan made his service 1 meets jvhnstn '.be match would prove I the tape by seven vards from Steele In
count and won the odd game. Having!11 hummer HtfjOUgMIn is picked gen- 50 3-5 seconds, wlil.-h is twn.-nfths of
lesrned by his experience In the first anally bM the wmngster. notwlth- a ses ond better lhan what Willie Hayes
set. he plaved the tenth game ssfe and standing the letter's brllllsnt victory chalked up In HI In the Trenton meet.
jrnmemy, iKn n ne ann .xic- will' n was tne 0111 res 'urn
lAiughlln plsy the eime kind of game,
and the Cnrnet tssems to have more
Pell started service, and although he
got away to a lead of 4 -15. won (he
cpenlng game . nly trter It had been to
deuce twice. Mclaughlin then took five
her work with the mashta, was much lower half seem to be Miss Rosenthal,
better than it has been In past tour- Miss Stirling and Mrs Vanderbeck. The
neys. Tt earned its greatest reward, best matches to-morrow should be that
Pru-e Bofjand, Onwsatsta, II": Mti J I
rrfM. onweatsia, no; Mrs tvi s-r p
Martin, Oawaatsta, 1.11; Miai Katbni
Motley, Morrla County. 1! Slri fl
Uardaer, Onwentsia, 13:. Mri Kt
Klnlock, 1 mwentala, 1??. Mr utiis
Field, onwentsia. 131: Mrs " H Ki "
w hearon. 133. Miss Hono.s tner 0
let the chsmplon beat himself
With the sets 1 1 all. the players
went after the third hammer and tongs.
Neither one budged an Inch up to 5
all, each winning on his own service.
Williams played some remsrkable
strokes In the eleventh game and he
broke through his rival s serve, settling
the set, for Johnston was unable to re
turn the compliment In the twelfth.
J. Ievrlck Hrechemtn of the tlerman
town Hoys Club broke his own record
for the Jsvelln toss made last year when
he hurled the spear 14! feet and 4
Inches, his former mark being 14S feet
11 Inches. James J. Cotnerford of the
Shatiahan club set up a new in pound
was a popular one, although when It
finally was taken seemed to surprise
the crowd. The young Callfornlan had
come within an ace of both the first
and third sets, those that he had lost,
and so when he came within an ace of
the final set, the crowd was not so sure
that he would take the match when It
did dome his way. So surprised were
thexr when Williams drove the ball out
of bounds for the last point of the
match that there waa absolute silence
for a few moments before an unfor
gettable ox-atlon greeted Johnston.
One of the things tha.t made the match
a treat was the fact that both of the
players were at the top of their game.
Nothing In the whole contest had the
flavor of fluke. The players had gone
thrvaigh the wrwk beatlnjr their oppo
nents hy sheer gosvd play and each had
iimi to the courts to-day In the pink
of onndltlon and well prepared for the
fray. Johnston's performance through
the early rounds of the tournament had
stoid nut more boldly than Williams's.
That, however, was only the freak of the
draw which pitted Johnston against one
topnotcher after another.
masterful manner, and now that he
has passed Williams needs only to keep
on playing the same way thla afternoon
and perhaps he can number the great
McLoughlin among his victims.
Coming at a time when Williams waa
at the apex of his power, the victory of
Johnston carries all the more weight
with It The Williams that Johnston
heat was not the one that failed miser
ably last year before the great Norman
K. Brookes and the late Anthony F.
Wilding, but the brilliant, steady Will
iams that overthrew Mcljousrhlln at
Newport and Karl Behr at Seabrlght.
Both Show Strong Service.
The two young gladiators, bearing the
hopes of the F.sst and the West came
out on the courts promptly at 3:16 to
liegln the match which was to make
tennis history. Everything was In per
Another Iloah lo Johnston.
enough lo drop one prior to finishing
tne set i-ne aeoomi set saw the Comet
at hJs tiest He allowed Pe'l to amre
only ten nrdnts In the set end did nut
I let him get even close to K game. In
After the customary rest, Williams tm, third set the Cllfnrnlsn ,,M not
started the fourth set auspiciously by , extend himself, but managed to keep
breaking through Johnston's service In on even terms until the set was even at
the opening game. Then Johnston five all. On the eleventh game with
played even better than he had In the Pall serving, Moloughl1n broke through
early games of the first set and gathered and finished the match on hk own serve.
straight games before he eased up long shot put reconl ahen he heaved the lead
4! feet int.. Inches The old mark, rj
feet S Inches, wns held by Pike of IVnn
sylvanla. Fred Hasselberg of the
Mercury Club lowered the dlsctll toss by
hurling the weight I nil feet 114 Inches
In a cluster of three games before Will
lams won another, which he also took
on his rival's service. The champion
had a chance to pull up to exen terms
by winning on his own service In Ihe
sixth game, but Johnston Just played
him off bin feet and continued to do so , Mclaughlin 11
for t he rest of the set, scoring many
placements that were little Short of ml
rsculous. Williams scored only sixteen
points in this set snd not one game
went lo deuce.
After dropping the first game of the
fifth set Williams won the next two
and his admirers Immediately begian to
remark that he was hIhiuI io trot ill
The point score and stroke analysis
Mclaughlin 4 4 4 4 4 11 4
Pell . 4 4 1 I 7 J 4 4 10 5
Nets (uts Place s 1
10 11 a
1 1" it
Mclyiiighlln 4 4 4 4 4 4 -:
Pell lilt) Ml
Nets OUtS. Placa
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feet order for a real battle. The courts ' hrfn W'M hefore, a brand that would
Heats Ilia Man at Kvery Tarn.
Johnston's victory yesterday wms the
nat'iral SsqueJ to his work last week.
It was won hecause lie outplayed Will
iams nt every angle of the game from
start to finish. No matter what stvle
Wllllaml attempted Johnston was Just
n little better, If the Phlladnlphlan es
SSysd to light Johnston with a deep
court driving game the Californian ac
ret'ed ihe issue and allowed that his
drives were a little h-a-dcr and a great
.io, mora accurate when WllHams ln u i. ,.
en ton to the net Inhti.ln. . ...i.u ' un " ' ore
him and there his volleys were just a
It'fle speedier and a little more accurate,
while his half Volleys were far ahead
f I! vat of the national champion. The
young California:! had an uncanny knack
f digging I lie hall out of the turf when
II seemer thai Williams was dug to soare
a placement, and many a time Johnston
convened nia picKUpg Into aces by clean
There Is no doubt about It, Johnston
finally has arrived. Winn he (list came
P. t is Bast, a f'-w years ago, the then
or itocu-ic.il .,,:,l Hinder bad Ihe whole
n n Ii nrmnmsnl agog. His came was
Sdml I to be by far the moat SnWVinjI
playsr Hiat had come from the
coast up to that time, no! even
of ihe game at that time fell the only
thing that kept jahnsb n from winning
tin title waa his sgtrsnta vouth and lack
t 1 xperletue tsttn of much lourna-
could pot have been In lielter abajie
the only fly In the ointment was th
cloudy sky which threatened rain. The
clouda Mum disappeared after the two
got to playing and It seemed that ex-en
the sun himself must come out to see
Johnston started service, and a pow
erful delivery It was. He did not score
any perfect aces, but the speedy serve
Opened up the way for him to score two
place mtntl and force Williams to make
stand Johnso n on his head. The pre
diction ivame true with reverse Kngllsh
It was Johnston who brought out the
wonderful tennis and the Cwltfornlan ran
out the match on live straight games
Just how strong be was going was
demonstrated on the last jraiiu, when
Williams on tils own BSrvlcg led at 40
kwe. Johnston went right after him
then and scored nve straight pnlnts.
which gave him the match and marked
the downfall of another champion.
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Vets, (tuts Placa
McLaughlin 1- 9 14
I'ell 1 3 11
Herapttulatlnn- McLaughlin, J seta
games. 10? points, it nets, 24 mil. as
nv placement. 12 eerv lea aceji. 4 daub.
3 errors. 49 earned n.ilnt o-
gamas, 7 p"1nta. 1'4 nets. II outa'
erviea acsa. J
! earned pnlnts
BOWLS TOITRNAMINT HELD.
Brooklyn Clab 'hainplonhlp De
cided gtUagtaS Played.
The annual skip tournament for ths A
S Hennet cup was plaved by memtters
of Ihe Brooklyn Howling on the (Irsen
Club on the rinks at lrosieet Park
yesterday morning and af'ernoon Two
rounds and a final xrs plaved ,r luin
lap, n Anderson, W. Bone and O.
Dy-OP, winners of the second round, de
fealol F. Taylor. S .1 hnson. S F
Steassrt snd W, retnean. victors In the
flrst round. !v a si-ore of 14 to 10, and
secured possession of the trophy for e
year Kach mmiler of the w inning team
was also presented with a medal.
In ihe singles tournament, .1. A. Mori
son defeated Dr. Huskinsoti. M tn 15.
and Tom Scott son over D. B Fleming,
21 to 11
NOTES FH0M FOREST HILLS.
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CHACE D0U0LAST0N CHAMPION.
two errors in the opening game, enough ' r-r,Utth?'" n',,'."h. "Mri
to give It to the Callfornlan The na
tionvil champion showed that he too could
put a little something on the hall In
chasing It over the net and he turned
this something to good account by even-
It wan right after this that the gal
lery saw tennis tit for the gods. John
gton "tarted out on a spur! tlrat soon
left Williams far behind The young
Callfornlan ran four straight games III
remarkable style. His eieed during this
effort was that of thought, his driving
aa merciless as hate, and bis placing
os sure as death Williams could do
nothing against the terrible onslaught,
although he was trying every minute.
The fourth gnme of the set wna a fair
Sample of the others In It the Phlla
dslphtan started with three straight
points laSadlng at 40 love, It seemed
esrtaln that he must keep the mntch
even. Inn Johnston took the gnme.
MttlS Ulfferenre Ilia IHnTerenre.
Jumps Into First Clluhl.
glorious future was painted for
the youngstsr and It waa believed that
In a -Jioit time he would develop into
one of the greatest at it i s ever known
to ihe game. Ths young Kan Finn
claco boy turned out lo be a iIIshp-
When he bad run Ihe scorn up to
5 1 .'Hid the set looked his Johnston
fell upon hard Utiles. On Hie seventh
I game he had set point ut 40---30, and
j again at vantage but Hame Fortune
I frowned on him. Where he had (he ball
going an Inch over the net before. It
was dropping an inch below Ihe lop
I then ami. where he had been skimming
j the Inside edge of the lines in the eat
11 r I lines. IiIm strokes were skimming
the outslda edge now. He lost that
Kiinie -11111 tile in xt after be ltd nt HO 1 r
ninth the Callfornlan was within
at in 1.-,, in 30 and vantage
uld not pull It mil. and Ihe next
went the way of the seventh
were few and far between because each
of the players tried continually for aces
by plncement. The point score and stroke
I I I I I I I ! i II J44n
: 4 1 3 J S 4 4 7 6 5 4 177
Seta. OutS, riaca PA. T T
. in 1H 111
. 1'.' 17 15 3 4
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Nate. Outa. Place 8 A. D F.
H 14 10 3
.14 I 7 11
I A 4 1 4 1 4 1 I 4 t 2 S3 5
44 2 41414 2 14 4--40 7
Nets. Outs. Place p A. r T.
.14 14 13 2 t
I 10 1 1
2 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 3
Nets, i mis, Place. 8 A
Wl I llama
.1 oh net on
Wins Men's ftluirtee Women's
Title Qaag to Mrs. lleren Huberts.
Paul ii Chace won the nien'H singles ,
championship of the PouglaSton I'ark
Tennis Club yesterday afternoon when In
the final he defeated James Phyfloc, S
60, 2 0, 7 6, tt. Chace defeated
Charles I'sher In the semi-finals nnd
i nynoc won rroni v. I, Lyon.
Mrs. Owen Roberts won the women's
singles final by defeating Mrs. John
Berryman. .1, 5 0, 6 4. In the
rtnals of the mixed doubles Miss Phyfloc
and J. F. Tenney beat Mrs. c K KgartOn
and Charles 1 'slier, 4, 0 I, g 1
Hoherts and Crelahton In Finals.
Kllher Ralph H. Roberts or C c
Crelghton will be the next Indlviduai
chaniplon of the Bayslde Tennis Club as
s roMilt of the SSml-flnall played yester
day, when Crelghton defeated William C,
RoSHinan In straight sets bv a (1 n
and Roberts won from William Fanoele. atr'atghten mil the tang e thla vear
4 2 0 3 IS J almost as handily. 6--0, 6 1 The final 1 Tn" crowd was I most aa big aa that
' will be played next Saturday. a Men i me pavli cup . .. .
The Miashlni e-aa tliere In abanlan-e
'and one could almost gel th- gronis of ihe
' fruit SOd tlewera. so itri llg aa the t'a'l
fornla flavor after Julinsvun had beaten.
Whatever would have happened If ths
j Cat I fora laai did not have to elltnmaie ani
another? To-dav s match vii. tie tit
I third native eon dual of the tourney liilf
I tin put nut finw aon ami waa himself p'lt
lout hy Johnston. Some one will hsve to
! go to d iv and the Ca'lfomtana will ha at
'it again to morrow
1 It looks aa though the ("allfnmlana have
a good argument to put up ahotitd Ihsl
w ant to take Ihe natlo'ial ohamplo'iahlp ;
out there Well, invsnv there Mas one
N'aw Yorker In lha aeiul-flual round, and i
If there were any NTswporlSrl imtii.1v
sssmsd to sea much of them.
Johnston gave many an admirer heart I
failure bv tne chancea ha took when point! 1
That hall In the flrst came of tha Me 1
lioucliHn I'ell match was due tn the
Comel'a atretic rlht arm. He hit one ao I
hard that It went right throuih the net
and tvaa still travailing an fast that no
ens put Tell saw It go through. The net
hsd lo he hanged.
Williams was lurkv tn get the SlSVSnth
pstal of tha ninth came In the opening!
set. 11a got one nat cord stroke, which
Johnston returned, and followed with an
other, which .1 net trickled over.
It la believed thai the N'atlnne! Lawn
Tenula Asitoilatlon will have to gat a Sajn
I.oyd on the riinkitic eommlttea to
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Id i ell M In 1 1 Johnston. S aefl. ? J
f 'Sines. 1ST, paints, 43 nets, fid outa. fill area '
iv placement. 4 aervlca SCSI, R Qoubll
faults. 104 errors. I.h ea,rnad ntnfa Wlll
lama. Z sela, II k . ii.-- 1S pnlnta. 4ft nete.
44 outs, 4: aras by placement, 6 lervlce
acaa, doiihla faults, 107 errora, 47 earurl
Mclemghlln played hettar tennli I
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