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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1916.
ANOTHER TENNIS TROPHY
GOES TO MISS BJURSTEDT
Norwegian Girl Finishes Tourney at Heights Casino in
Blaze of Glory, Defeating Mrs. Schmitz in
Final in Straight Sets.
NEW YORK GUNNERS 1 PUBLIC GOLF PARK
MISS WAGNER'S TENNIS
CENTRAL PAJRK PRODUCT
YANKEES' HITS FLY
IN ALL DIRECTIONS
JtVji'iilnrs Made Eourieen c
Different IMiiiciimoik ninl
Beat Colls. 1 1 to :;. '
MAKE FULL SCORES
OPENS DP PROBLEM
Stroll"' Arm Developed in IMay
With Hoys ik'fore Her
Picks Up Kljrht Strokes on
McDonald in I,axt. Itotniri
Corbel t Starts Hall Hulling
untl Others Keep I'p
l S. (J. A. Askoil to Deckle if
Massapeiiia Directors Will
ENDS WITH MARGIN OF 2
Jackhoxvimx, Kin., .March 11. Jock
Hutchinson of Pittsburg won the oppn
Rolf tournament of the Florida Country
Club to-day, but 1i.nl to make Harrison
finish to tlo It. Thiee holr away fiutn
home on the fourth round of Dip seventy-two
hole competition lip was two
trokes behind lloti .McDonald of Ituffato.
On the sixteenth hole lie nude ut the
two stroke deficit, passed McDonald on
the seventeenth nnd picked up uiiother
stroke on the home green. Hutchinsoti's
core for the four rounds was ?.", 70, 7.1,
71295, and McDonald's was 70. 75, 73.
71 SJ7. Tom Kerrigan was the only
other golfer under 300 and lie Just
queued Into the select group by get
When the third round began HiIm
morning McDonald and Kerrigan weie
tied for first place at It" and llutriiLn
on was one of four who were tied for
fifth at 151. Kcrrlgnn felt back to
third during the morning tound. taking
three putts on each of seven tsucii-selvo
greens, and Hutchinson slipped Uitu sec
ond plnce. McDonald played splendid
Coif and his 7.1 gave him a total of
218 at that point to 221 for Hutchinson
Bd 22r fur Ket rlaati.
The first three with Mike llrady. who
was tied for 'ourth. set out toKethi r
In the afternoon, and It soon dcvelopi'l
Into a three cornered light, In which
Hutchinson. Kerrigan mid McDonald
were me participants, .m me tnirti
hole tho first break came, for McDonald
liookeil his drive Into u ditch, wasted
two shots mid took 7 for tho hole.
That gavo each of the others n pain i
of two strokes and they kept creeping
up closer na the round progressed.
When the sixteenth began both Hutch
inson and Kerrlnan were only two
trokes behind. McDonald's drive was
poor, bouncing through a fence and over ' Li, .. tne and In uttemptlng to
a. railroad track, and Kerrigan also got , .,vor,.ome this began to drop it Into the
Into trouble. Hutchinson was on the ' f
line and reached the green. .".17 yard , Jt-trtlng with the third game Mrs.
way. with hl third, slim I pitch The J , .. .irlves Into
other two had longer shots and did not. 7" " 'l, ,,. Atittvu ot ngu
iret on. Kerrigan overplaying Into a 1 U',;V r""n itjuratedt
bunker. Then Hutchinson ran down his , '"' ' 'T1 , l'i mi,
.. - . i. . i. . .
. and .lock and McDonald worn no
The seventeenth I" n short hide and
Hutchinson got the better tee shot, Mc
Donald falling u trllle short. The Pitts- I
burg golfer made his 3. McDonald!
failed to do no and found himself a '
stroke behind, with only one io(. left
Hutchinson played the last hole per
fectly, getting u good 3, anil McDonald 1
took t. although he prol.ibly colli I have'
made his .! If anything had depended'
Upon It. Wlu'ii he tried for it Hutchin
son already had holed out and It
not mane any .lirrerencc whether or not
ne noied the putt. The summaries:
J. Hutrhlnton. Alle siieny.
Hob McDonald. IIuiThIo. .
Tommy Kerrigan, siwanoy
t. J. Brady, Oakley
WD. Smith. Plle,.lr... .
T. MrXamitra. ,Vw Vork.
Pt Doyle, IM,ton . . .
Oeorfe llnv.ten. Te.t-cn,
J. M. B.irn-s, Whlte'iiarah
KImer i.'.lnc, i'.n.-ui.i '.
W. ioi... ciiariom
:i :" ,
; -3ui i
LONGER TOURNEYS FOR
letition to Continue fur
Two Diiys nt Two of This
H. ft. Alall'nson, prcs'dei-t of the AI.i
t!olItap Advertising tlolf Association,
aave n .dinner to hl asso.-.at,. oillreis
nil directors a- the Motel lielb-clalre
last week for tlie purpose o: tli'cipslng
the 1DI6 KChedule of events
Heretofore the itss;,riuion hns hld four
lie day tnurnaiuems a se 11,011 on.- .u-h
In Mav, June September and i ..lot.er -ktlt
this ear it was deckled to hold tv.11
one sJav and two two flay tournament...
The Ilea of the two .lay tournaments
is to promote gi eater sociability among
the members. II was decided 10 go to
HhawiiH-on-Mic-Delawate for the two
!) events, prowled at raoteuvn's ran
he made. The president ..npol'ind
James HarV.. .loseph II. An.iel mil
Henry John Wright a .nmnmtce of three
to make the arrangement".
Fred J, Ilnss, f .. speihman nod
John II. l'geers were inti'.. tiled a com
mute to scleri the rour-es for the one J
day tournaments, other 101n111ltt.es are:
Tournament Committee X. T. All
rhalrman , I. A H unillon. II. V . faiiies
C A. Sncaknian, A. H. .lohiit-on. .loseoh 1
n. Appel aivl Fretl .1. l!osK,
AIemler'al'i Coiniulttce- i:. .1 l:!dg.
way. Waller C AliAIIII.in. I.e.. AtnMvell,
Morris Sautider and D. I,. Hedge.
Tronhv Committee -1 iranll.tntl It . e.
Myron W. Itobhisop, Henry W, I Inettgi r
and Sltl Mrlile
It was stlgge'tel thai 1. too d.iv
tournament could be run by dividing the
players Into slxteeur, according to the'r
handicaps, nnd Immediately Mart'ng
match play rounds. This, would obviate
Four nintch rounds will rlnlnh the tour
nament In 'two days. fter the first
match round the sIMeeru berome two
Ithts, and these eights continue uniii
the finals are played the second after
eon. At the end nf the first day's play half
f the players will be .mi of the' main
tournament. A fnursoni event can hi
arranged for them on the morning of the
second day. At the end of the morning
round of the second day everybely will
be out of the main tournament evecpt
the finalists In the first and second eights
of each sixteen. Tho afternoon of the
second day can be taken up with 11
handicap event In which all players. n
eept the finalists, will pa!tlr!i-.te TliV
plan will keep everybody busy th" two
The average attendant e nt Tie nlvcr
tlstng tournaments Is between c'g! tv and
100, so there will be at least five six
teen, with two prizes In each s'vteen,
one to the winner of ihe flrst eight nnd
ens to the winner of the e,-on. eight
Four prize., two In duplicate, first 11ml
second net, will be competed for 'n 'lie
foursome event dived on the nmrnlr,.;
nf the second da" Th.ee urlr.-'s, n urns,
first and second net wi!' be fonu.ete.il
for In tho handicap event Played on the
afternoon of the second day
TABERSKI IN SECOND PLACE.
Defeat, nark in I'm ki t iiiiiiiir.i I
Tournr, luo in tut.
Ciiicaiso, March 1 1.---I'rriik Tnberskl
nf Kchunectiitly, N V., weni lulu m-rond
place In the vvorhl's .iriniplonsliip
FOAket billiard tournament thin nl'lri
liegm when hn ilrfeale.l ihsirge ti.uk
of llrooklyu, 10ft to :i!i, in sevenlceu In
nirga. Clark had been tied for till lend
V Itti Knunett lllaiikeiishm. In tin. ttrsi
fcsnie of the day John 1iyiun of S'-.la-1
Ha. Mo., forced Alike I'elrle, elf i.',ago ,
clown Into fifth plat e by dcfoatlng ihe
lueat Italian, 100 to T. I
Miss wMolla UJurstedt, tennis champion
extraordinary of the tTnlted States,
added one mote victory to her lonir list
when sho defeated Mrs. Frederick
Sfhntltz, the former Indoor champion, In
the final round of the Invitation Indoor
singles nt the Heights Casino In Unook
lyn yesterday. The Norwegian girl took
the match that carried a trophy with It
In straight sets nt 62, 6 2, and
thereby made n clean sweep for the
tournament, n she won the doubles on
Friday. Later In an exhibition mixed
doubles Miss ltjurstcdt played with Hob
ert Undley Murray, tho national Indoor
'hamploti, and the pair downed Miss
Alberta Weber and Harry McNeil, the
Casino professional, three straight sets
at (1 :'. il , 64.
The Norse girl won thu final match,
us she had nil those of earlier rounds,
without extending herself or showing
any parti-ularly brilliant tennis. Mrs.
Schmltz. like the others, was no mutcn
j for ,,r There were times when the
champion played very poorly, and lit such
times even indifferent tennis might have
beaten her, but .Mrs. Schmitz was unfor
tunate In pin) .tig her worst when Miss
lljti.i-tult was bail and playing her best
when Alls lljurstedt was going gocd.
Mls ltjurste.lt started service and won
the opening gnnio oil four consecutive
errois by her adversaiy. The opening
g.imo was Indicative of what was to foi
' ,. th'c remainder of the match. Tho
Kngllsll woman threw away thiee of the
four points which fell to her rival by
slamming the ball tut of bound.-, in
the entire match Miss UJurstedt counted
23 of her total !." ace through tho ten
dency of .Mr. Schmitz to get plenty of
pace' but very little direction on tho ball.
The second gamo wns very much like
the first, but for tile raomcm .Mrs.
, ...,,,,w, ritio,i tli.it she had been over
I fill III 111)1 IiriT Lilt! Ull I - .in..
as ,-he had In the tlr"t
games. Airs, pcnmni ivo:. .eon ...v
I third and fourth games, tying the score
SPECTATORS AT MEETS
ARE KEPT IN THE DARK
j Managements of Track Games Uouid neip a j-oi Dy ,
Using Some System
it i:. 4-. i hii:ii.
In reviewing the causes for the fr
luent tlninclal failure of athletl niee'-
in this district attention wa" .ailed two
weeks ,iko to the lark of lnterel com
pared w.lh the mtlay :or expense" of
the special ev. nts. Thre an- othr rea
sons beside" the exorbitant epene bills
i PA .....il ..pili the consideration of
i UPUC promoters who with to build up reputa
LFjJlllJ I lions as managers of piylng meets.
in,, of t ie r tiler .irawi.ac.vs n...
vvhkli ti.u-k and Held sport lias eulTerc.l (
the neglect of the otllrlal" to provine
the spectators vllli adequate inronna
t oti In teg-ird to the men who ate com
peting III the different rvents. This
not lefe to the specials, for 111
these rolit.sts. whole the nun are well
known or e..s.t distinguished by their
in1, ei.lt.-.--. the contestants air ostcnta
tiouslv annonnre.l ami their starting
positions g veil Just before the pistol 'ij
1 1 Is in I e shoit i"t:iM''e ..ires, where
theie H'imeUiii.-s are more than I'Ul en
trite, tli..t the crowd is kept In ign
r..iue of the .. tual competltot" In the
Various heats until the men have
ciosse.l the liiilsl. line and 'he numbers
of the winner" have been announced,
"'here is it simple r. ine.ly for this in
the airiligent.nl of the contestants Into
heats before the night of the games
and the printing In the programme of
ihe heats as arranged. This has been
tried occasionally and has been mic-cks-
fill, but it i-iit.tlls ixtt.i veoik on the teams could easily be utilized to display
pill of the olllclals, who npparen'.lv the K'ratches In each of tho be.it as 'the
w a-i. along 011 the Hues suggested by the men went te. their marks, and the public
lule Cti.nmo.lore V. 111. lei hilt, ( then would be In possession of the names
li. talking over this matter with Hob f j,,. actual statters befeue each con
Keiiiiedy ler. iill) tin- most rtllrtent t,.t began. It might even be posslole to
elerl. of the rourse In this i lly said that supplement the vocal ifforla of the an
he found It Just as easy to group the nouncer, which sometimes are indistinct
fiom one long list ns when they ,
sol.t up .. to beats. Theie aie fe.v
athlete in .mipiin.'ti to-day who ate
rot Itiiovvn personally to Kennedy and
npp.11 rntl iieitlw
he nor tin- oilier ot-
1 Mc. ..I. I .1: - 11'. .
'..nut tin- fa. 'i lh.it 1
Ine people III III" galleries win. pay me
) fright li."f 110 menu of knowing which
: of ihr 1 oiiif slants Kennedy select tu 1 1111
1 .11 th. d'lV ''"tit heal". There Is a d.isll
1 tii-ig)i the streic'i or a run arou...l th"
t '., .11. .i I '.-.l. ntlv a s.ii-rtlltl.;- Illl.lS
hut Ihr "i' unin he i,itiic to see run
. his thine hi little bit without attinctlng
l,ie Mtfiil.uii of the inleicsletl one.
It- argeiii.nt has been present-tl that
'the .vitlnlr.iwM of men fiom events 111,
w-.ilr-t lb. y were entered would icnlt
In iv-i'V''crs fo" iiime of the brats ami
' thu tend to .lull ti rotiipetltlnn. This
m.-.-'it 0.1. ' e. good .n t.ie old diys of , ,jit Armory, told the writer last week
paldM ptoKru'iiiuiM and whin the rig-,i.Uat hi" experience Jurtltlcd the state-1
Ittiatlon mi 111, tir did not have the , ,,ient that the cracks did not draw enough
power to disc. p line men who failed to 1 to pay for the money expended ill brlng
compcto at g;.o e in w a eh they were I K tnem to the city from their dlstar.t !
c. t. red At the present time nil that 1 homer, AlcKenna had the figures t 1
I, prove this to his own satisfaction, and it '
Is doubtful If the Ozaiiain meet next
Here are the most
popular members of the
Dry Martini Dry Manhattan
Brut Martini Bronx
Dubonnet Tom Gin
Of finest materials, mixed to
measure by experts and then
arjed in wood, each variety is
preeminent in itc class.
Club Cocitnils ere noted tor their biib
quality snd rematkabte delicacy of fltvor.
You wilt turely U rifiht in sctrina tfcem
to your friends. 0
CP Urnni rrsj m. ssn
h.-Jj ntJB,,W B.
mrt,or- nw York LetUoa
Imm etert eUU Fmmm triW'e 4.f Uw
at 2 all, but that ended her winning for
the pet. In fact sho sent only one of
the remaining four games to deuce, and
that was on Miss tljurstedt's service.
Miss UJurstedt started the second set
with a run of three straight games
through her ability to stick In brilliant
placement shots when Mrs. Hchmltx
sovmcd to have the upper hand. Mrs.
Hchmltx won the fourth and sixth games
on her own service and gained those
only because the champion In trying to
skim tho net with her drives frequently
failed to get the ball over.
-Murray stood out as the bright shin
ing star In the exhibition doubles. His
play was far nhead of that of McNeil,
who was not In the best of form. The
playing of Miss Weber waa ono of the
remarkable features of that match. On
all around play she looked far better
than the champion. The two Indoor
champions won the first two sets so
easily that they decided to play another
set for the benefit of the large gallery,
and the extra set turned out to be far
better than the regular two sets which
constituted the match.
The gallery came around so early that
an extra exhibition was played prior
to the singles matches. In the first of
the exhibitions Mrs. De Forest Candee
and McNeil defeated Miss Florence Hal
tin and L. 11. Shcppaid two sets to
one at 6 K, 4 6. 6 3. The sum
maries: Women's Invitation Indoor Plnste, Klnil
liound Miss MolU lljursleilt defeated .Mr.
Krodertek fchmlu, B ;, 6:, The paint
core and stroke analyili:
Mlis njurKe.lt.... H : I I I I i SI
Mrs. schmltt. .. 1 : I 5 t 0 t ti :
Nefa, Ouls. I'lace. ! A, V V
Mlw njurile.tl. 10 r to 0 I
Mrs. schmitz . tl 1 I :
Mt, BJar.tedt.... 7 4 S 1 1 4 4 31
Mrs. Schmltt 5 3 3 5 4 4 0 : :5 s
Nets. Outa. Plica. P. A. D 1'.
Miss HJurstedt. 1 3 tl o o
Mn. Schmttl.. 5 13 0 0
Recapitulation Miss Bjuratedt. 3 et;
13 games, ti points. 3 nets. 1 ouls, 3.
Hrti by placement, o service aces, i oouuij v
fault. Mrs. Sohmlti. ats, 4 games, 41
p.ilnts. 13 nt. 33 oute. 1 aees ty ilate
t ...vi.a r. rinutile faults. I
r.xhlblllotv Mixed Doubles Matches Mr.
De forrest Oinde and Iliirry McNeil
I ml Itiirrv McNrll tl
r..t..l Ml.- VMnrtnr llallin Dm I- II
T,ith.",IJrSl.V Murray .1--'
, f,at,, mi.. Alliertn weuer ana uarry
I McNeil. -:. t.
That Would An-
nnnneo RpClllts Rptt.PV.
Is nvded Is the enforcement of the rule president Joseph J, OT.onohue. ,lr. of
requiring men to compete or give a suf- . Uie'Fox Hills (iolf Club, does not believe
llclent excuse to Insure that nearly all j ,, ,elvs in appointing his cominlttee
of the men named In the respective heats . ,,,) :,treniy has annnitm-d that
appear on the starting line. y. il()V Hainhll. will head the tourna-
As It Is. tho comfort and convenience ' ,,., roinm'ttee as rli.unn.in. Serving
of the public appear to be entirely over-i Wtl, ,, .1 be C.eori:.' C. Worthlev.
looked by the promoters of meets. iir,. it. p,,iker. .1 D. llarnhlll. II. W.
Nearly all the games are held In armo
ries, where, though the main Moor Is
brilliantly Illuminated, tiro galleries eon-
t lining tho spectators ate shrouded in
gloom. Thete the athletic fan sits In
,,., ,,tkness trying to find out what Is
going on fiom a programme that Is tilled
with advertisements In display type,
among which are hidden the names and
milliters of the competitors, mostly
printed In the smalltst type obtainable. 1
. as to leave moif roemi for the pav
In this age of Improvement" due to
the 41101 eased uses of electricity It seems j
po"shV to piovide even further for the J
. nlightenment of the crowds whVh pay
money to .-. the sport. At racetrack
Hie manager take every possible means
ti. a. qinlnt the public with the scratches
and actual starters In races, and the.v
I" no least. 11 why athletic should ! is'
hind In this respect. There nr.- electric
connivances In use at the St. Nlcbolis
Skating Kink and it some tight clubs
which suggest a means of accomplishing
tills at very little expense nnd with only
11 li'.tle trouble for the officials. The
board In use at the rink to show the
nutnr)ev of goals scored by the hockey
In a cheering crowd, by the numbers of
t, winners, after the races are run.
.fid would only follow the sjstem at
horse racing tracks, and In fact a system
Unit has Ikcu In use at athletic meets
in IhiglHn.l almost from the beginning
of the spoit.
'flie protest made In these columns
against the growing tendency to promote
1 special event for a limited number of
cracks at tin expense of the ordinary
.-lub athletes, who by their entrano
n fee's I
and the attendance of their friends pro
vide the real money for the games, has I
in.t with indorsement from a manager of!
one of the meets held this winter .lames
the 'real money for the games, has I
11.11 01 tne itirrir nn.l nun ......v. .i.iiiitn ,
,, MeKeiina. vv ho rontlu.-ted the ganies of I
, Osanam As"o.:latlon in the Tlt Iti'gl-
I year will contain n special event. The
Ozanatn manager mid that though there
I was a gootl crowd present theie were
inly !3 tickets redd at the gate, nnd of
I these he had knowledge that nt least J'lO '
1 were sold to regular followers of tho ,
O.anam Association. This left thlrty-s1 .
tiuiitu soni to niinurer or tne rt.iiui-
plop, who went to s?e .'ildwell. Men- I
d.th, lllgglns and ihe other slais. .
Ai ..n cents a tic P't this wtniM .
amount to about the figure that It
j rosi tor one iiiuiiiiier 01 inr sp-riai licit! '
10 pin 111 1.11 appt-.tranre. ne aiieii'iau
at tho meet rattle frenn the fizaimm As
snclatloti nul was rno.'tly accounted or
by tho advance sale of tickets to moin
bers. The situation appears to let much
t'le paino as In tin light game, where Cn.
preliminary scrapper must sell a cciiam
number of tickets before they cm gi- 1
bout, while big money Is paid In the
lieadllueis, who often put up uns.Ulsf.io
Midshipmen tioo.l tiyiiiiinsts,
Annawi.is. Mil., March 11. In the
closing match of their reason the Naval
Academy gymnasts won from llaverford
here this afternoon by .in to IT.. Though
Din visitor worked hard iin-l nciiiinl
pl.ueK In each event the Navy teum
always was In front. For the Nnvr
lien son on Ihe horse, (,'oiinclll on the
rlnga and ll.i dlson on the horizontal
bars were the best men. Haverfonl
made Its best showing in tumbling, in
which event Shaipless niessetl Clnrkn .
hard for first honors and Uairlguts took , kickers' pil.c was .von b) V. S, I'. Han
third place. I dolph, Hr.
.STEPHENSON 111(5 II (.IN
Large fields took part In the trap
shooting events of the New Vork Ath
letic Club, Traver Island, traps yester
day. There was hardly any breeze to
whirl the targets' Into difficult shooting
angles nnd as a remit straight scores
took almost all of the regular fixtures.
Ceorge J. Corbett started the good work
by annexing a leg on tho monthly
run with n itMi.rtn run ..r ir. i ir... i.
He was the only gunner to turn the
Two of the nlmrcds had straight
scores in the shoot for tho ctub cup.
They were Frank It, Stephenson, the
veteran tirooklyn gunner, and It. M.
Hlggltison. Jr., a former national chain
plon. Kach was rredlteil with a leg.
II. H. Khlred, a gunner who generally
shoots with 3 In 2S. surprised the Held
1'V running htrnlght In the raie for the
a cumulation cup.
He also wa ciidltid
with a leg.
The Travels Island tnphy
only regular fixture that did
at leit one straight stole.
shootoff against several other gunners
the winner proved to be M. McVoy, Jr.
! He alo was the winnen ot u special
J shoot that finished the programme.
' Flank I!. Stephenson was the high
i scratch gunner of tho day, with a tf?
; out of a possible l"" target" The high
handicap gurne was I-red l-owi. r, who
only took the event afler a shootoff
ngnlnst several others. All had full
scores of loo tat gets inri-e gunners
tlel for the distance handicap T.iey
were At. Alcvoy. jr,
and Conrad St'ln.
ADD FROM BIG LEAGUES.
Amateur III. sella 1 1 llor
KSJi.tre.l In t'lnelnnntl.
March 11 Willi the
coustltiitlon and by-laws
adoption of n
and the .las.-ltlcatlon of pl..ers into two
bill Afioclatlotis. vvhlrh li.is for ils aim
nallouw'lile control of amateur Imm-UiII,
was formally nrg.inlz'.l here to-day.
Cincinnati, Cleveland, St. Iiuis, Chicago,
Tole.lo, D.iton, lilrmltighain, I'lttsburg.
Dill..". .IohtLtwn, l',i , l.ouwville and
Akron, uhio. have Join.il the new- asso
ciation. Clayton T Tow ties "f Cleve
land i" preside ti' An appeal will be
made to tne National Itaselall Commis
sion for tlnain al aid The National
,e.Riie" rules will govern the an.oci.i-
fox hhis will be active
I HxlenaUe Toiiriiamrrn rl.e.lnle
fair Sliilrn lalitmt l.lllUs.
in n..Ticlnniioti of an active ..i.on
llearinan, H. II Syke and Ulchard It
The oflire of ciptaln will be held down
by I.. .I. Splntllrr. The annuiil Invlta-
tlon tournament of the club will be held
011 June 33 and 21. In addition o
the legular Saturday, Sunday anil boll-
lay handlrap events there will be twen-
ty-si spt mil competitions for trophies
donated by . lub members
MISS EDWARDS VICTOR
IN FINAL AT BELLEAIR
Moore I iy I
lli'i.'.fvin. Fla . Mar. h 11 It was an j
entliuslastlo gallery that followed the.
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.ioiisin, .ii.o ,11 "" "ii' 1 -
In the last round Mt Alarjorle IM
wards, Midlothian, defeated Alls. .1. A
Altlore. Sleepy Hollow. 1 lip.
It wa" Ml lelwards'" cen.. unhurried
game that brought her through the
match to the witui.'g of the toui tiani.-nl
ami the Orange ltl..ss,,m irophy I'ioiii
the beginning .Miss IMwartl" stuck 'o the
tactics of the . pert long distance run
ner, rtintct v mg In r sl- ll ..nil strength
for the :-ist spun of th" in..', h.
.Much local inietest bit cent red mound
Alls. .1. T. .Milliard of .larksonv III.-, Fla.
who was a newromer It. the tanks of 1
th.. llelleair wo.ie-n golfer", an. I vvhetij
she was . hi. ate. I to-dav tu the Unal- hv '
Air. II. !.. Whitman. AlyopL, her lioml.i ,
friend were k'ellly .lls.lppolliletl I
As a whole ilrs was one of the be t
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f'"" " 0' '7'1 , ,
" ('T rsl ,mv
ouienV toui naui-'iits ever played her e. ,
nf Alls IMwaiil.s
dropped ore by one. am up lo the last
in, 1. Ml II,, title,, it. ... fr,v l,l- .,,. l'l..,'r..
Airs. Whitman, win. defeated Ml - Mol-
'aril with n score of 3 and
DATES FOR WOMEN GOLFERS,
distent rl.ni.ipli... ships lit llr lle-lel
Airs l.iiwieine Swift, secretary nfi'ie
Women' st --ii (iolf Association, has
sent out n.itlileatlnn that the champion
ship of 'he i.ssiHiatlon vvi'l be he'd at
Alaiichi'ster, .Mass., on Ihe link" of the
INsi.v I'o.i.ttr (ltii. 'I'll,. ,l:,t,.s l...,til
,ur ,uw c, ,,,,,1 7
.n..,, p.. rut week of golfing
, ,.yM.x nilliJi fr ,,,.,; ,.,,
,iinlcliei. are sch. dul. d lo itnm I o.p Hi.,
wr,.h rhl.hf, ,u ,, pl,lvo, ,,, f
. ;,tll ll
Mnrll.i l.iliire.l .111 Mill,
I rii n', N. V . March 1 1 - l.. h h
piMifd no maitii for C01n.ll on the nr. I
bele ...-III;, III. Ihe red and vvh.te l-lall-piers
Inking liuee falls ami tin ft' Ir.i.
slons anil wli.i-lng J 10 (I M.11II11 if
l,.-lilgll re. en .1 a torn rhest nni-.-te
while grnppliiu Willi Wigstim In ihe ".-,
I " 1 1 1 1 1 lass ai'tl hail to wilh.lrivv afl r
, IW'elve mliiulrs Cipi. Saner would in.t
i iii't'ept Ihe derision for Conit-ll nnd the
, Uiul was not .-1 h 1 11 1 -. I. .M. K'cih rhmv
j Sri-'H'g" '" ii"'. inliiulcs .in.l Ihlily.
three c ontl.s.
l ii'.rs l.i.l.i-m oinl s,,(,
' I . M.ocli II.. -rthur
II, Oshmiie wo tlir S.illlitlay hnlnli. tp
spiio' or tiie uki e' iiiitise Him ciub at
ID. traps or 1 ..1 Is. .Manrlle. Ills sioie
whs f.7, V: !i'i i'h, prize was a ten
dollar gold plee-e .Mr. 1 isl.i.i in- says It
will never be sp.-tn C. King won tin.
prize for bey net .em.. h 'to. i'ln.
IM'UNU OUSTS FKEEMAN
Another problem has been put up to
the fulled Stnles tlolf Ansoclatlon to
solve as the result of the orgiuilzntloii
of Masttippilua tlolf, Inc., articles of
Incorporation having been filed with the
Heeretat y of State on Thursday, the
capitalization being l,(i00,000, with
Ifio.nnn share, of common stock of a
par Milue of J 10.
Tile pioblem leferted to has to do
i not only with William C Freeman, who
I has been working on the many courso
proposition for more than n year, but
alfo with certain Individuals who are
! likely to be asked to nervo us direc
tors. A full iiot,i of directors) has been
decided Uxn. but before they are finally
asked to serve Mr. Freeman desires
iliMt in net a nilltiif fiom the United
Association as to whether
Jhelr iim.iteiir tulns would be uffeeteil
hv their M-n-ltiK on the Iwaitl. The nrt "" "'' elmmploiihlp tlnn even she
directors' meeting will be deferred until " remember. .Sallotial. Internatlonfl,
u dellnlte ruling lia been had from i ,s,ft,,V district nnd city tlths are nuiu
fiilted Suites tlolf Aeoclatlon head- 'red among her conqileste. and as for
Mr. 1'ieeni.in, who Intends to hate a,
golf park with seveial courses nt Mas-
, roiT. ua. lece.niy wio.eu. i-ra.iix
sapciiua, tecently wiote to KranU I.. '
I a Id, president of the . S. l A..
Woodwaid, president of the t. S. H A.,
. . .....Mpe.nm ,.u,i. .n- mm
.yk.ng h m to give a rui ng regatdln-j
oiiecio.-. i.ie lepiy not oeci ic
the case of the dre.tots. though Mr.
.xioowan. .no ".laie u waj. iuh nrsi im
pressloii that Mr. Freemati'n slaliillng
:.h an amateur would ba affected be
e.iune nf his letentlon on a fee aei man
ager of the golf park development.
Freeman asked Harry V, Keep, the
wen Known l.nglewooil goirer. who
' knows Whitney, to see him and explain
i tho objects of Al,isape.jua tlolf. Inc.
I lie went over the matter with Whitney,
stating that this w.i purely a buslnets
corporation which Intended to develop
pioierly acquired from the Jlassapequa
Shore Company Into a golf park of ev
eral .ighteeu hole tourse(, t(( cor.struct
a c.ntral clubhouse, to provide golf u.;
commnil.itlon for the thou-iand" of unat
tached golfers In the metropolitan dis
trict who have dilhYulty ifulln.llng a
. ,ar ,,oro ll,). ,.,, ,,,;IV
In t;o ser.se
a gon eiun it n.. no intention of per
forming the function" of a pr.vate golf
club. Their are no Inltl.tlon fees or
annual dues, It N an rntei prise In
tee. led ti. be eif benefit to the golfing
public and :.l the same time to yield rt
r.tiirt, in lnetot.
Neither th directors nor Freeman de
lend upon the enti rprise for their livell.
hood Thiy do not regard themselves as
engaging It, the gelf business TI.ey see.
.i.v I..-.-I, i. a not. p..rK neveioiment nnu
are wlllVlg to undertake It" development.
The directors will rot receive silarles.
Whatever they realize will come as a re
turn on their Investment, which 1" pur
IKisely small, because the idea Is to Inter
est many people who like to plav golf In
auytng this stork.
Fr.erii.in arranged for the purchase of
the prop, rly under very f.ii-orable condi
tion". The Ala.ap.u.i Shore Company
agreed to accept a tirst mortgage of
J. 1.10.0110, te. run for ten years, another
mortgage of liSft o, to he paid Julv If.,
Dill, and SlSn.unri of common stock,
making the total purchase pr.re $o,O0.i.
A way Is open now to the i.nlille t
have .1 golf park If It wants it 1:11,.
have a golf park If It wants it I'lvi.i
hundred and fifty thousand dollars of the
I capital stock will be ofT. re.l to the mil,.
I He- If It Is all subscribed for there will'
he enough money to lake up both mort-1 """s 1 '"anie.l to do.
gages and still leave ample funds for','ur"IK " ,v'"
the immediate development nl.m whl.a.
Is to construct thiee eighteen hole coif
courses t is year and to build . cini,.
FOR BROOKLYN SHOW
More -in. Ficttcr Prize Of
fered for Horsemen Aeroot
The it'ooklyn Horse. Show, which
will be held April 11' p. ir, inclusive
at the Riding ami Dilvinc Club, has a
ion.. 01 sii r asses, or
.isht more .
The prize I
1 in. hi wen- iisteti i.ist year
III Hley lias ;ts0 (,.., tr,rrf..,s,.,l .,n.l In
most events includes .1 purs.- for third.
T li re are till re illvls.i.ns of sz,. in tiie
single liarntss classes, ,i, Hiinthrr In
rroalloii this year Is the varied liuin
l.. r of coinpet'tmus for harnies ponies.
Following the custom inaugurated at
the llt.ioklyn Horse Show in lf.lt,
maiiv all sad. lie elasses are divided
f .1 docked and undockeil horses. Addetl
cieius for Juniper tins yrji,. lire for
pome, pali. perfom.niire over the
tr.ple bars ami a s f ep.i.ikes at jp)
. aeli for perform. nice over Jumps 4 feet
i In. hie, high Aii army endurance and
o-iirol 1 hie of fifteen miles for oillcer
noil enlisted men ,,f t, M.tMi,,r retail
1 s'lmein and National iluartl Is .1 fc.i-
line or the tin i.irv rl.ts.es. 'o i,i ,.r
vv h . h Jumping Is a requirement
In lieu of chnuinloiiHliltis. int. M-1.I..1.
I w.ll have Ihe .same vnlue at till" .show.
t ne wnl be 11 special ribbon ami hmnze
!.'.. 1. il awai.le.l to ihe eMilbit storing
, i'ie most p.. ..us m the harness, saddle.
I ion. ami Jumping classes. A blue rib
bon wdl foimi three point, red ribbon
two point, nn.l ,1 yellow il'.ibou out.
1 P"P't lhiliii's close Saturday, April I,
, before winch tune tlm Judges w,l be an
I nount-.1. Charles I". Iltil.l st Is .-hall man
,111 lie Inner show ronnulttee , I'raul.llu
J I' .loiirdan rrf.siirer: llamillou II.
Salmon, s.tietiry, ami w s. Itlliz, Uh.
. H'.i.tiii sei r. tar.v
I'lornis, , ange In ihe mics relating
to Judging and r.gisierlng hncknev
, pouifh will be ills, iiH-rd at a lunclitoli
lo be given on AI.i,. h 31) ,v Itrglnahl
1 c V.iiitlernlli. pii-sii,-t,t of the American
1 llickney llor.e Society. Among llinse
, Invited 10 the luncheon, wliii i w "I be
, eiijoye.1 at 1 11 k Club, a e Col .1.
, Mllson of Alan islnirg, . int. . Dr Thomas
S Vslilon nf 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 I -1 1 '. 1 1 . 1 , John 1, liiisl-,.
! mil of Sin irigilrhl, uhio. Cliarlrs II.
I 1 'oe of .Malvern, Pa., .,iiii,..) Drlscull
. of Heading, I'.i William tin Point of
I Alontpcllcr. Vn . Ilcniy Fii'rfax of l.ces.
:.uut, Va.. W. li. Henry of littsburg.
Pa , Paul .Moon' of .Vloriislown, N, .1. ;
I I'" ed I'ahU of licouoiuowiH', Wis., anil
1 illiam Zleglrr, .1... of N'orotou, Conn.
CoiiiniUltcs have birn nnooliilei hv I
tlie National Horse Show Association I
nnil the Anii-il-an llaikney Htirse So. I
fifty to take up Ihe matter of classify
ing ponies al the milt national show
In Aladli'uu S'lU.ite il ir.lcn KoUMt A
; Fan bairn, John It. Tow n-end and 11.
i llowaid I nison w ill represent tlm Hon."
s-'e w intrresls. while I t.-c i r 1 11 It I C. Van
tli.bilt, I'mil Alnoie ami ('limit's 1:.
Cox.' will represent the harkni'.v
l.if 'lers'. rhe) ,ue to nolil a in.ellng
at Ihe oftlce of the Horse Show Asm-
1 1.0 ..inn .1 11.11 11 1 i-pn
Ihey will deride whether tn cut down
(lie limit of height for ponies to foilitecn
hand, as recommended by Chillies i;. ',
Itiinii, JaiiicH T Hyde, William Crr wd .
many other tiperU.
HAS IIOAHD OF TKOIMIIES
II) HI(ir..NK R, O'CO.VM'.M..
Along about thirteen or fourteen y-.irs
no people who' were wont to eteoll
nround Central I'arlt In the v'clnllv of
the public; tennis courts frrqtiett.y
stopped to watch a round faced Utile
lass wielding a racket with Plenty of !
vigor and some Utile skill, This small I
ml.' with tho laughing eyes, sun
browned face and sturdy arm who ar
retted the attention of patscrsby In
thoe da) was little Maile Wagner,
destined to become one nf the in st 1
popular tennis champions that ever
graced a court.
Marie attracted the attention of tens
In those da), and lati r on tens of
thousands knew of her progies". The
Utile lady who In those dass had no
i greater ambition than that of beating
some of Her neighborhood I'llUlllS la'er
iii'iiiif. Hi-ii. pur na Ft many iiiai iip
tulmil" ha not yprii mint of tlini
for H' j.irf
i I iftln l to W litMni l.uf Hi line faalilil
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. , , f (lf ,,,
rncM w,.(,.,w re. As a matter of
t .., j,,., , .,,,.,, ln Marie's
, f.,,,,,,, Tal(, ,,. for example,
1)r tllP Mey,.,. f,Mly In lli.gland. and
' V.r . :A. '
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the otheis had. They played the g.i'i.e
becati.o of their families. MP Wagner
lilayed It In spite of hi rs Mis,
M:irle' mother, was of a general!, n
which did not pcclall favor the ath-
letlc girl. hen. e she did not take i.p
I tennis and anyhow .-he had plenty to
Marie, three of Alarm's
.i.i.r. ,.i .. h.n.i,., v- .. .i,.. ....ithe.se days was demonstrated by tho
ters could see any good In tennis and i '" '1'" lnvltert to take part
Atarle's one brother lnIsted that If he.1" ,n tournament with the elite of the
were going to handle a bat and ball the lentils world. That she had the ability
former would be -i Louisville slugger, I demonstrated herself by winning '.lie
while the D.i 'I mil t have a horsehlde ' ell p.
cover. i Runner I'p for National.
I'etr filrls to 'ln uals.
spite of the f,. -t that Ml"" Wa5
nee'" iiAlfl.l.rt, I.-....I i, n frii.i,
.. ....... i,.'.ti-u ,i .(lit, .inn uieie n ir .. i.w.'-
the publi. tennis, i.iiitts, thete were hoard of lu.phle,. whldi she nnrexed
nig'-t.v few of the alrl who cared anv- , i.tw.eii times Tile little Knglewood
thing about tenn's Hope skipping.! Field Clti!. bowl, the tit-t ef the .ol'ec
roller skating anl su. '.i weto plentv, .lnl, .,v,..,.r. stunds in a place wheie
L-ooil enough for the othe girls, bat th
held mi charni" for tne eirmryo court
!t.imilon. Sh saw great possibilities
l'i leniM". There were quite .1 few Hire
boys ft. .111 .'11. .nnd the relghborhoCKl who
played th- mm-., ami .M.ule did not like
i. '..hn .vIDi th.i uirl"
jsl Wa",,er amllmte.
atttil.utes her wonderful
gau.e 10 tne fa 't that she kept
from the glils.
Miss Wagner puts 't her.'clf .n this
way "Von see. the ho.v who played ten
nis around the pari; In tlwe days did
not know a great deal about the tin
points of the game, but they ceiuld lilt
the ball. What I found out liter to be
pice, top spin mid the like ran, Into
play ovel oil the old public coipts. but
none of tis ever noticed that they were
theie. The main object in the game
the bos pl.iveil then vc.i" to h.t the ball
as hard a" possible, and trust to the
kindly dispos.tl.111 of the lull itself to
keep within l.otm'-
1 ""' niv Pla)!iie with the
'" "',,,,' "' a c.iiin.e on the'
oomt al ;,ll. I had It. .learn how to hi! I
ah ,",nl 1i,, Tll:'' nAe ,1"' ,lr": !
..i.iin . 1 -. I in 1. in on. ,iy , trill was.
'"r ni'' !" "Iam ""' "a'1 rnwltllimly. I
-r,t"t i-oni" top on the bill and it
a long time befote I lenrne.l the
knack of puttlns? the top on purposely.
"Naturally enough, nine I lioratuc .tMe
to hit the bull hard and f'lrly ie.
cu-ate I had Sfiet ainl.ltlon to beat
the l.ovs I'rooih.v I would not h .ve
1'i.proved "ii . apldly had .' rot I n
for the f.iit that I wa the proud ''0.
s"ssor of a net, tf.re or four ri-le. .
nnd about a dozen t.nnl" ball" '''In-
1 eiiulpm. -it was enough foi t ie whole
low.!, and being th owner I ssei. 1
, 1111 right 10 the court life hit. r .01
'there were li" lie at all to dlspu'e mi
I rights to the lourt I star!e- to beat all
Alls Wagner If."' no time 111 i.-llitiJ
how she came to be monairh of all she
surveyed on tin' punii'- rouris 111 less
than two vers after she h.i, stiuteil
piny "The ioiiv mcliig manner in which
I won mai.ii after match up on those
old Central Park coin ts wa no' due
,.!ti.- Iber t" goevl tennis, but I don't
think It will do any harm to tei'. you
the secret now '
i'rleUs of the Home I onrl.
"In those .1.1V the mutts lere.ved
very III. Ie attention 1. inside of that given
It., them In the jierson. who hold yearly
ipeimil. ln fact It got to a stage whet,.
thos-.' who playetl op .1 roint tegulu-ly I
were looked upon as the rightful owner. .
and no other" would encroach. Nat orally
the holder were looked upon to 'akr
tare of the . ourts and it is not difflcu't
1 1.1 imagli.e what happuied to the pl.iy-i
lllg stirfaies. 1
, "Th. pl.tycis who l.atiie prcttv good'
invitt'd other to play on tln-ir toiir'
1 111 iiiii.ii the same manner .u ivhlch the
big rollrg.i rails tipetn the small college I
f.Mitball train In visit tne blggei Instltu-
I inn If it want a game I; was pot
Jong before 1, like the big college, held
.forth on the home grounds, .ml It might
lie said right here that then- w,.s ,( great
deal III. .e advantage playing in Hi,
home court 1n Central pail, than 011 .
any home tsmrt or grounds n ihe nun . ,
"From t onstniit use, in . nl( (
word tin. nub the ll.il.lt of 1l1.1t llnicl'
..nut li.-.-rme more like ,1 ..f nun,,,
than a tennis court. fu.h...l little hunk-
'or up on either side of th. pet. ,mil
n.ts worn 11 .tilvantagt nils places, .mil
bay.. nils gab. ie. Ir Is very plain that'
I ..'11 t-om.iig t. the conff-siou of how
I w n 111 my a in itch theie I knew
all Hi haaid very well anil p'.ty.-tl
tin 'in for all I hey were worth The.
Iilllc hillocks on .'Il In r snlc of the hit
were good lor an are an. time, because
on lulling the h.ll the '.all would simo
on .. .11 stilt of old t.tiiKrtiis, .nul 1
doubt If evrn a .Mel iigbl'n enuM mn'r
1 a return
"SI. 11 ling out to till alum' h r.v
le.iin.il to plav tennis in the pnik, 1 Imve
llllftfil illltl the geography of ihr . I. ,.
hut then It Is necessary to kinw s,,,ii-
tiling ni nut tln roiir: to uienai 1 ,
the p. 1 forma tires of mii,i ,, .. .,, 1
players Ir, those day.. .11 ruins,.. n,r ,.
weie olhrrs who knew Ihe vilnkMs ,.f
the toiirt and tins aloiie tivel 'ne t
being a lino tourl playtr Tin- hovs in.n '
' '"''-V " ' "M ".""' ""' ' 1 stalled he.t
1 piaycu .rosi wiin
"1K . ""'In' """.'ng .Hound for
and round it in niv li., ,u
..1 . ..
. f...-..i i" so inn i-tiesslv
that In a "hoit tlm.. :m hark li.itid be.
catne a- sluing as 1111 ior. luril. f ,nl
11..1111. 1 in y
ariiiti., s,itiiigri, ami tnr.i was in
way 10 li.'-i.ii e
;ul 11 It inns pi tj er "
i I'll. Ml I'lll'l.
, M.s Waj'ei
let I lnl. C.iii. t,
1 1 "Kv u.ves h.
cie-illt for hei 1 1, 1 1
small gill sn pl.t..
ihliily w hen 'a
i In Cent a p,
101 r v en .11 1 nar tune. sn be g.n to h v
Mich ,,.,, k iblr ln,n ,,l,liy in. 11
received many tiv.lati.iiis ,n ,,1
, iiioiinil Ihe city Miss Warner
flfm'ly did nc 1 pt an Imitation to ph.v
up at the Himlltnn Orange r.awn Tmin's
MIX .HtltIK WAlKlt.
Clnli on Washington Heights and van-
qulslicd all the best women pla.xers
the .'tub. This gave her an Idea that
possibly she could piny tournament ten
nis and she entered thn New York Lawn
Tennis Club tourney In 1904. MIls
Wagner surprised herself nnd a gnat
many others by going tluoiigh to th"
semi-final round, but she was content to
go bark to her favorite slamia'ng ground.
Central I'.irli, and did little pliylng
away from theie for the next couple of
It was In HtOtj that M!s Wagner won
her flr:'t tournament and ran led home,,.,.
j.er nri .rop.iy, a su.a.t silver cup vrjuri.
iu to no tne negiiming m one oi ine
I I 'tvest an-l most handsome tollectloni
.! "f tiophles
In the po"cslo!i of any
ntbiete In this bioad lard. This lit tlo
I " ' e.niiiem.uic oi toe w inning ot
.in oi. 1 1. 1 1 urn ii.tii ii.i lorn. it inn
1 Ilnglevvood F.eld Club, iJnglewooil, N.
.f.. holds the most distinguished plat a
1 n the Wigner household, That pjople
I'''11' v"' '"'. Wagner had HbllLy
Two. veai later M.ss Wagner was
i.iii.t. mi for the national outdoor e ham
- , i,.,,!,shii. at 1'l.li.id. Inlila. for wli.eh she
' :. i i .1. .. .
It tnut be policed before all others. The
lat. i national, t.atloual and other famoti"
troph.es m. :ely furnish a background for
, li!t. s iiilml of ..e.wess. About the
same tone that AIIsh Wagnei won lie
llrst cup. ',.- Jolneil the Htunl'ton (trange
Club, and has been champion of that
organization . ver j-.nce. Slie says hei-
,,. t1:lt ,,,. possible would have been
playing In Central I'a'U yet had not her
little fl le nds gone off to college and eVe-when-
about the time she started to win
Many of those who know Miss M'ogner
wtl marvel at t'.e manner In which she
wins matches consldeilng the strain
under which she plays. AI!s W.ignet's
mother his been n invalid for four
years, and the )oung tennis star has
i.een guide, nurse und everything else
to he,- uiolhei, who w.ts mulcted piac-in-illy
liclplss throUK'i u stioke of
paralysis. .s a niatl. of fact it ." hi r
mot'ier's n '.. rest in he game that k'-ep"
.Miss Wagner In tetinl-, and strange a"
.t may seen', it Is this same inietest
tli.it fteqti' ntly hettiillcaps her u, a match.
Alls. Wagner, who, pi lor to liei 111
pes", never took any Interest In what her
famous dauuhtcr was doing on the tenuis
courts, has since then deve'op.d an acute
rone, m about Alls Wagner's record lnl
1 .imposition. livery time that AllssWag-j
tier plays her mother leal ns the time!
-'helul. .I foi rhe match, and allowing
! I. .If an hour to a set wails foi the phone
j lo ring, for the player has beep in.
strutted to telephone the result home i
In.medlat.'lv upon the completfbn of the
in itch. Should Alls" Wagner be delayed
her mother. Iiiste.nl of waiting, has her,'
oilier daughter call up the club lo tlntl
1 out what Is tho camc of Ihe delay. All
' Wagner Is afiald that she will iret lo be
.t ii.ui loser, for she
says tha she hales
:o tell her mother of a loss, so much
I does Airs. Wagner take It to he.itt
.Miss Wagner had a vei lean iar on
1 '.he courts ill 131.", lull that wa" hecause.
(the bid so manj thing" to think about
inai sue 11 111 nine u.ne ior l.'nms; mil
1 she expects that tilings will be different
rlii year. She has been lining some
, work indoor already ami will sunt her
campaign for the season io-morrow- In
the tournament at the Seventh Iteglment
I Armory for the national Indoor rhain
1 plonslup. Ali.-s Wagner held this title
1 lour times ami lost It last year to All
Moll. 1 IIJiuste.lt. the Norwegian star.
.Miss Wagner Is going to try to get It
back Thm toe.. All" UJurstedt was up
to sec Mi's Uagi.er the other day, and
.Mrs Wagner stated that she liked the
I Noi-se girl veiy well but Imped M.ule
would he.it her and felt sure she would.
So Alls UJurstedt had better look out,
for the 1 liamphmehlp and the cup that
goes with It mean nothing to Alls Wag.
ner ft.iup.ired to the Joy It would give
her mother to have her win anil that l
a wot thy thing to play for
WILL TRY TO REGAIN TITLE,
Miss Wnm.rr Knteps fen- Imloor
Tennis. Clin in pinna hip.
Ah. Marie Wagner of the Hamilton
li.aiue Iiwii Tennis Club, four time
winner of the national indoor tenuis
1 h.iiupionship will
try to regain that
line 111 in.- n. mn annual tournament
vviucii negms lo.iuoirow morning at the
Seventh Iteglment Aliuoiy, Alls Molla
lljuisleili. who took the title away frorrt
.Mis Wagner in last sear's lonniei-
w.ll try to defend her title. All Wac-
nci ha brrn pi artlsiug a llltle at tlir
Seventh Iteglment, mid If she nlav .1
well In the tourney should be hard to I
Although there me only l cnirle the
10111n.11n.11t "I1011I1I be one of the Inst
"ver Ini.l for Hie Indoor title. Hcsnl, s
.Miss Wagner and All" Itjursreilt the ;
...her star pbiyets who have euteie.l are 1
U -s Allien.! Wch.-r. .Miss Caioma Winn, !
Mi s Ii... A Kissel. Alls Flniencr. She;. ,
don, Ali.-s Helen Alevaiitlei. .Mrs Fred- '
curl; S.hiiiii-,-, .Vlrs Priry Will.i.tnn anil
All- li go I-" ll.irtmaiin. The .haw was
made y estriilai afinnoon. hut ihe tonf.
Illlttee ih- nlc. I not to make il pnbl 1
li.iy 10 tlie single will begin In. .111. mw 1
illuming , 1 1 n ..'.'In. k
HORSE SHOW JUDGES CHOSEN
l.iing llvrul nl lltirlaixl's
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Iliiiitei. ami Juniiei-.eiiri I
I liit.sliU. I I. una ChsrlM Ballard.
MAO EE STA It OF (, -f;
I Macov, r. . , Man h 1 1
ting went with the elfini-
I team of Vnnkecs tlu uft. .
the best day they have had w
bat since they cam.' to .M,. .
beat the second team, 11 '
fly with fourteen l.ae lilt . f
slons. The pitchers t!ev f
Plerey, llrady and Alnil.ti ,
tnlenl, and of Ihli In! Al.i.i.' )
Ono of those orcablon.il real g.
they have had here favor. . I n
and the iiltcndauce would h.iv,
appieciably to Hie club's . ! .
theie been any eiiti.nir. i,.
was the display of batting r. .
was gratis. It was a fn -i
free hitting, and the wot tie ..f i
team was iiigin"nt.d by bo.i' ,
in the oiillleld perpetrated i II i.
nnd Tim Hendty.s A lili .
Ily nails had to Judge. I mt .
let a couple of ground.'! - g
lllrt leg" III. re Hills' li.ive I'
earth as well as It high -1 :
The pitching of Cn; iw. ;i K
Alogridge for Team A wa i
than that of t li- t m
for the seropil te ,i
the fll"t pit. her f.e
j p ercv.
Would have done bell. I Hi
the outllel.l. Keating a 0
.went along In plrn-iug
, thiee innings of toil nl'd ' . 1 ..-
than at i.n.v .ilu- I nc t
I Team A hinii-he.l it- lot c , r
I pose, lilt with men on l..u. , t
tne roiirieeii piiikicm an iiiuui t. ' 1 "r
regulats was a two bagg. r I K
three baggers by tiede.it. N . .r ..e
and Miller and a home run I
l.ee Alugee made three
reached first base five tltr.s
was hit and once lie v.-i.lla 1
He m .J.
a pair or runs and worked ..tie pir of ,
double steal. As a l.-ise 1 inner he
liveliest all. I most origin .1 in. 11 be -
- 1 New Vork squad, lb- I
",e , ... ,
I'l.'l. f ,
I watching for opening"
1 ttermt.t ..!i.t, .
second team m.ule thiee !u'. '..it . ..
ting of the others was i..,t v -. -c
although Aragon Jostled l"Hr ic. t 1
The regulars grouped t'. -good
style n four ditlrie t -i
all of the e.ppos'lu p' - "
from this so-t of b -nh.tr. in '
.cntie fielder for the
Allllscl's legs ale stlil la n r- 1
the third Inning, but A-ago- w I
hidden ball iue on bin ie- '
ever, didn't appreciate ci ' ' '
for.ililhoolev and I'lpp bn-i e
Alagee wa" bit. The", ee .1 . s do
tailed with llenrdryx's .r t"s i . n.t 1
Hrady was sluggeil for -i .'o '
triple and a single 'n the - 'h
and Alarkle was taked s.v.i-e .
seventh and ninth. The 1 '
mail.- two of it run." on rii ' .
hit by Smith, a fort e. .. hit h .
a two baeger by lleii.li-)
tiff Alogridce In the ei -:
.l.'Uble.l and vv.i-l balled I..)...
Kt.otie playetl second feir the
and Alullen was traii"f.-ned s
old home at first base Datin. . - - '
the regular third bas.-tn in t '
lar. a post winch I w '.l ' -
Indications until Unmr is
It.ikcr went through hi" usual 1- f : '
ting practice to-day
The score by Innings:
A . . . t 3 0 ft : S
leu. " '" .' 0 (. 11 " I
llatferl.s lnd ell. Ivi'l'f
N'ununii.ker anil Unite.-, i -Aljrkle.
Smith and Ab ..n n
pwn lilt"- Keaili -. lie
pet Three ..se In'- M
.N'unitniaS.er Home r .' -I'.i'i
a . v
CirRi.e.TTi:v 11 i.t:, V
the initial game of rh ,1..
Washington defeated I '
glnla to-day 4 to 1. . 1 .'.1 ..
1011 nir. . .1 01. 110, -t o ,.
the Philadelphia Nationals,
effective foi the colli gi u
Virginia's star pimici. .11
giul.i's lone run. Milan led v
for the Nationals The s, .
Wash nK tin . I o t 1 o 1 ei .
Virginia " "
Piitteilee i;.i. .... II .."
(lliarrln , itaP.. a I n '
.ireea. liw llllll. V .
N. Y. U. FIVE WLNS FINAL GA".H
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M.r ', " - M
Vork I'nlversit) ilef.' .ie.l w
basketball to-nlg'u in I'.. 'i 1
In the llual came 'if ' ' -
score of li to r:i i .
fr.'T the start
Can. dl and Hasan s-,,.
Voik, while Timm. rii... 1
Wl ."ley an. At the . hf.
Harold ! Harnian .o II
was, leelected captain ,
team for the ensuing m
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1 SETON HALL RECORD
S.tml 1 1, ill 1 -i.ll, g,
ha 1 onipleirti iis li.-.
a ri-rotd of thu t.-t r 1
defeats, and tin man.'
paring for ucv 1 .iv ,
COllfgl- tie,. I, lH I,, .
pert ,ot ,1 game 1 .,
it am 011 its in. ,11, , ,ct
only ..ne foil, g,. 1,1
South I 11,1111:.. l,i,s .,
till lug Ihe last set".
Sotllc!.- , It'll Jot.r, .
of tic S".i-oti th
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brlghi llr i.eiic.i 1. it
lire C.iihetlral II v. I"
forwaitl hail a '
tlir season, nnd ,si,,ti. -lletl
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S.'lon Hall slot- 'ti i
ami Ihe oip..i.ri is'
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