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Eoans Leads Field in Open Golf TourneyCalifornians Win Tennis Doubles Triple Tie at Sleepy Hollow
DAVIS AND JOHNS
TO PLAY FOR TITLE
GOLF CLUBS ARE ASKED
THREE GOLFERS TIE
MURPHY RUNS FAST
IN SELLING STAKE
WIND FAILS YACHTSMEN CHICK EVANS AHEAD
ON FOURTH DAY OF CRUISE, AT HALF WAY POINT
TO BAR OUT INELIGIBLES
AT SLEEPY HOLLOW
United States Golf Association Warns Its Members Not
Only Eight of Twenty-four Starters Arc Able to Finish
Before Time Limit Expires Caro
lina Beats Grayling.
TIipv Enrn Right to Meet
Pliurch and Mathey in
Marston, Kerr and Carter
Each Make an 80 in Qual
He Beat Three-Ycar-01d
Platers in Feature at
f.onds Field b.r Margin of
Throe Strokes in National
to Allow Former Amateurs to Play
THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
DAMS WINS TX SINGLES
nr k. r. o'cojOKti..
ruvtuANO, June 25. Willis K. Davis
ir.d 11. Van Dyke Jones of San Francisco
mil meet Ocorge M. Church and Dean
Mat' ey of the West Side Tennis Club
to-morrow In the. challenge round for the
pa' on.il clay court doubles champion
hip. The Callfornlona tarried Ihn right
t the Lakcwood Tennla Club her late
Uil afternoon by defeating C, H. Doyle
ef Washington and W. II. Knox of Pitts
burg In the final round, 3 rets to 1, at
C. t 0. 61. 6:.
The. winners had reached the final
rcurd earlier In the day by winning from'
A, T tspauldlnu and T. W. Hendricks of
Huffalo at 61. 6 1, 63, while Doyle
and Knox disposed of Charles nenton
,nd li K. rette. Cleveland city cham
plons. at 6 2. 6 2, 6 1. The seml
t'nals and final of the doubles were both
played this afternoon to accommodate
Katney. wno nas to net hack to jscw
Yvrk on buslmss Saturday.
Ilia- frnwd ee Dont.le.
Th largest crowd of the week came
Cut to ice the doubles matches, and If
lit applause may be taken as a criterion
it as well pleased with the tennis.
However, the enthusiasm shown by the
rnlookers over some beautiful rallies was
nothing compared with what they
showed when a number of trains loaded
with soldier bound for the front went
by The trains passed right by the back
end of the courts and as each one of
them went by every man, woman and
child In the stands stood up and cheered
until they became a mere speck far down
the line. The players left their rackets
... V, - ,. I - V. - .1 . - . I. - ......... -
V" li'- su .is tii. iiiiuii-ii miu (nr mniiiie I
su kpi a cnaiice ere mr i.nys nn. I
unncs ine iwo rounas or nounies anci
the taeslng of the troon trains the sner- !
tatnra had rilentv mnr sonet In round I
the day out. They saw Pavls climb Into j
the final round of the single by defeat- j
irg v. nance p.. iitmanu oi i-iiisnurir ui
i5. b i, h i, s : in one or me most
spectacular conttsts of the tourney. In
the women's singles both scrnl-tlnal round
matches were staged and brought Miss
Martin Ciutlirle of Pittsburg anil Miss
Jlolla njurstedt. the playing through
champion. Into the final round. Miss
Guthrie gained revenge for her defeat In
the titular round of the Ohio Slate tour
r.ey last year by disposing of Mrs. 11. W.
Blckle of Toronto at 61, S 6, 6 4,
Mid .Miss HJurstedt won' as eally as
usual, dtfcatlng M1s Florence Hallln of
New York at 61, 63. MW Guthrie
will play Miss njurstedt for the cham
pionship to-morrow, and If she does as
1! as she did to-day she should make
a lietter showing than when "he played
the -N'orwigian girl for the Metropolitan
Practically every one In the galleries
was anxious to see how Doyle would
shape uti against Davis when the two
played opposite In tht douhles. The rea-
son for this Is !hnt Dni1 I cnara II v I
PI ked as the man who will have to meet
r:iv1 In the ftnnl rnnritl fnr tlia rlH, ,rt
challenge Menard Norris Williams The I fjlriand
Waihr gton player will play William S. '
M-Klroy of I'lttshurg. Ni w York State',, .,
fh.rrplon. In the upper half seml-flnal 1 jund
lo-moirow Hiiernoon, anil tne quality or,
his game throughout the tourney has
male him the favorite. It might he said
rlcht here that In spite of the fact that
r.! ttam loot, Doyle suffered none by
comparison with Davis. He plaved the
best tennis of the four on the court, hut
hl partner. Ivnox, was terribly weak
tfter the first set
During that first set Dovle plaved
beautiful tennis. He made gets that
semed superhuman and wae im Meady
s time. He seemed anxious to try
what he could do against Davis and at
every pOf-slble opportunity directed his
attack against the California State
champion In the duels between the two
Injle almost always prevailed. His
s.iarp cnop onves naa uavis gueesing ;
jn'ni sian 10 nnisn, ann snou (1 tne two 1 ... . , ,. .... i,..n
neet In the singles the battle should he njur.te.lt ... Ml.. lUllltv.
a nimorable one. Knox had little to PIKST SKT
do 1n the opening set. for the Callfor- ' Miss niursient . i 4 4 4 1 1 4 : c
nlans seemed unable to draw their fire,11' Hallln. J 1 1 : 1 s fi is 1
sway from Doyle. That Is the main 1 SKCOND SET
irJiTAlV XZXTXl V0SHZLL ENTERS FINAL RdUND.
learned that Knox was apparently too)
tired to play chacrplonshlp calibre , Kllmlimttw Charles Immrsera In
tennis. Their knowledge was turned to siiil-fliml After Kslra sJrl.
in tne r.'iiuiiiiiiiK sc.? ui ine inaicn.
They ;iresved their attack so persever
Ipgly agnlnt the Pittsburg lad that
Doyle practically became 11 spectator.
The chances he had to get a crack at
t ie hall except when he was serving or
answering service were few and far
"Hie work of Johns was one of the big
surprises of the match. Throughout the 1
t iriev l appeared 10 be a weak spot Anirrnn, iirr wmn-r m ine tine,
' Hie' nam, but to-day he showed how , 'ane through the fifth round vesterday
rta'ly well he can play. He nan re- when he deleat.d K. II Hutchlngs. I,
PiarKabl steady In the lat three, t-ets . ' 8. ,I' w''n ',Ih' ,n'' winner of the
and his hrllllant work at the net nr. l- Monre-l! I, Haggs match to de
countid for many of his team's points. 1 1rmlnn who advances to the final to
j'Hvit .iin nt piay ouite as wen as in ,
'r singles, but was laboring under the
disadvantage of using a strange rarkrt,
bavlnir broken all his own bata earlier In
T.ie summaries :
National C av Coijit Championship. Men's
ijojuss. sismi-nnal llouna vv una ti. IJaMa i
ni II Vsi. Djke Johns. San Francisco, de.
r k ii,.ff ,"l","!r, V
r as Munlo, fi 1. 9 1. s 3. Conrail
H DV. We.hliiKton, and W H. Knox.
I'i.turg .lefeated .Charles Benton and
II r rette.. Cleveland, . :, 61.
"mP AM .I.I1INC VS SI'AULIUMl
AND HP.N'DHICK. FIRST SKT
I'sv . and Johns
r" int and Hendricks:
0 3 (l 1
Us and Johns:
12 4 4
ef. n and Hendricks
P it and Johns:
i 4 3 : 4 : r. j
erv fling and Hendricks
0 0 S 4 ; S 3 I 0 jj j
prv. Avrj uxox VS nil N'T ON' AND
PF.TTBK FIRST SHT
4 31 s
!" and Knox . 4 : i ,1 I 4 f,
and P.ttee. 1 I f, 3 3
3 o :o 1
I Kims .. 4 1 4 0 4 4
'"1 Pettee .1 I 0 4 0 1
I Knov. . . 4 4 K 0 4
an I Petlea, . 2 2 2 1?
S 19 1
It und Willis V.. Davis and II.
ks lohns, San Francisco, dersated
Washington, and W. II. Knox,
V -it. .11, 2.
Hails and Johns vs. Ilojle and Knoi,
Iihns 3 7 1 3 4 7 4 1 2
Knu 1 i I I I I ! I I-
Vet. Outs, riare S.A.
s ! v 1
.3 4 7 3
4 Ii 0
4 r. k
1 3 3
7 4 :-
3 2- ls-
The fight to prevent Krancla Ouimet
and the other golfers who have been
dropped from the amateur ranks from
playing In amateur competitions has been
renewed by the United Btates Golf Asso-
elation. When Outmet and some other
Boston golfers of lesser fame were de
clared Ineligible last winter Frank I.
Woodward, president of the U. S. O. A
announced In a telegram mm to Tm
Sun that the association recommended
that the golfers who had been ruled out
should not be allowed to compete in
amateur competition even at their home
cluba, and later the Massachusetts (Jolt
Association was asked to keep Ouimet
and the other Ineligible out of the tour
neys under Its Jurisdiction.
This request was not compiled with, the
Massachusetts Ootf Association leaving
the matter to the Judgment of the va
rious clubs which made up Its member
ship. Some of these club, such as
Woodland, Oulmet's home club, and Wol
laston, declined to follow the U. S. O. A.
recommendation and allowed the Ineli
gible golfers to compete In their tour
neys. Others, such as the Country Club
at Brookllne and Chestnut Hill, refused
to let Ouimet or any golfer declared In
eligible by the V 8. O. A. play In their
competitions. Much confusion was
caused by the varying actions of the
clubs about Boston, and the I'. 8. O. A.
evidently has decided to make Its posi
tion so clear that It oannot longer be
Ttva ?tement of It, views sent out
yesterday by the executive committee of
the United 8tates Golf Association fol
In order that all club members of
.tohnt. . .
sTi! i :
, : i
2 4 (1 4
4 5 4 0
Knoi 3 J
1 1 1 :
1 : 4 n .j
. I ;
National Clay Court Chsmplenshlp Men s
Single., seml-flnal Kounrt Wlltts I. Vt'.
Ksli Krsncl'ro ofete,1 rirle H (lip
land, I'lttatiurs, 4 , 5. 61.
Dai la fa. Garland.
Kl FIST SKT.
... fl 4 I 4 1 .
Nets Outs Place
Ift IT II
4 1 h I
4 3 30
; i J4
4 4 n
4 1 4 7 :
Nets. Outs. rie
v 7 IJ
i 1 4 4 S
3 4 I t J
Nets. oul PUre
s : i
n 1 :4 :
1 4 ::
: 0 is 1
... I 4 s 4 ! : I 14
. . . : 0 1 : 4 4 3 :4 :
Nts Out" Plac S A D V
Davl 9 ! li n
(larland 1 s 0 I
Nations' C!.v Court Championship
Wonisn's ?insle. emlnnat Hound Miss
Martha Outhrle. I'lttsburs. defatted Mrs.
II W Illckle. Toronto. '.1. . 4;
Mist Molia HJuriteat. Nw York, defeated
Miss Florence iHallln, New ork. e 1
Ml.s Outhrle ,.. Mrs. Illckle.
1 1 : I 7
4 s 1
I Miss riutlirls
4 4 : 1 1
4 4 4-
V 3 2 4 I f 4
The holder of the Long Island tennis
championship. K. Howard Voshell, came
through to the final round of this i.ea
son's event yesterday 011 the courts of
the Kings County Tennis Club. He de
feated Charles Chambers In a four sel
match. 6 2. 3, fi 1, ti I, In the
semi-final The other final round bracket
has no '" """" 0,11 . f "'derlcx
In the doubles competition 8. H. Vo.
shell and V C Baggs and J. S. O'Neale,
Jr., and F T. Hunter advanced to the
final round The first named team won
two victories yesterday, the seyil-final
round contest neing oreu over u. ti.
like and (3 Stadel at fi 3, 2, d 1.
' Slnl. Klfh Hound -Fred. rick O An-
, ,i,r.r.n a-r,iA,i 1; 11 Hiitthintra a 1
ion a' iiuicnings. 1,
j 8em.lnal nound- Howard Veshell
Atftlltli Charles Chambers, 36,
4 1. h
Doublea. Third Hound - . Howard
Voahell and F. C lino defeated H V.
Lak Hnd n. H. Hutchlngs, o, a U
D. K. Rica and O. stadel defeated Holly
and Wilson, 64, 1 , -
Seinl-flnal Hound S II Voshell and
F " Haggs defeated D F. Rl.e and a.
Stadel, 03. 03. l. F T llunur and
J S O'Neale. Jr , defeated W N Jen
nings and 11 Roberta, s I s 3
It n.'liinoii.l Wins In Short linnie,
BlciiM.isn. Va June s --ftlchmond
defealed Toronto by a score of R tn 7
to-day in a seven liiiiliu; game, called at
f, o'clock to permit the visitors to catch
I a train, Two hlta In each of the second.
' third and fourth Innings gave Itlchmotid
one run In each, and six lilts In the
sixth netted five more. Toronto ejoiircd
olio inn In the kecond and fourth, and
with four passea and two lilt f. scoied
live runs In tha seventh. The scure :
R. It K
Richmond 0 1 1 1 0 0 I', 0
Toronto 0 1 o l n o j 7 7 0
Batteries aittlngs, Humphreys and
Heinolds; Manning, Rusaell and MiKee,
Oriole Hll (adore Hard.
Bai.timoiii!, Md June !fi, Opportune
hlttllisT e'ave the Orioles ihelr second
succeatlve victory over ths Hoyals to.
day, the score being 7 to 2. The, local
got onlv eight hlt off Cadore, but among
tlKe wtr doubles by Kusrell and Mil
ler and a homer hy the latter. Cadora
also hit a home run. Crowcll held the
vltltort In check with men on tho baset.
R II K
Montreal I I t M t
Hsi etln i. ruw.li and MtAvc.j
the V. B. O. A. may understand the
practical effect of the amateur rule
and the decisions of the executive
committee under It the following an
nouncement Is made:
All players whose amateur status
has been forfeited under the rules of
the V S. CI. A. are Ineligible to com
pete In amateur tournaments. Should
any such player be permitted to enter
an amateur tournament a protest
filed with the executive committee on
this ground would naturally be sus
talned: therefore no such player could
rightfully be awarded any prise- In
such a tournament.
Officials of cluba that are members
of the U. B. O. A. are advised that
they should be very' ctreful not to
accept the entry of a player In any
tournament unless his amateur statue
Is unquestionable. It Is to be pre
sumed that it Is the dealt of every
member of the U. 8. G. A., to carry
Into effect the action of the delegates
at the last annual meeting as ex
pressed In the recent rules adopted by
the executive committee.
It Is nlso to he hoped that alt golf
associations In the 1'nlted States will
be equally ready to reject the entries
of such players In all amateur tourna
ments held under their respective Jurisdictions.
This announcement means, among
other things, that If any of the Ineligible
golfers play In a tournament conducted
by a club which belong to the United
States Oolf Association any other golfer
In the tourney may file a protest with
the lT. 8. a. A. and such protect will
be upheld, Any competitor In a tour
ney as a U. S. O. A. member club
ha the right to appeal to the U. B. O. A.
from any ruling of the club or Its
LEWIS FAVORED FOR
, Ifnni'liow Somi.fliiul Ifnnn.I mw
IMnvs Par Oolf nn
Inm.vwicH. Conn.. June Reginald 1
M. Lewis, nidgefleld. was at his best
nidgefleld. was at his best
to-day In the flrt two match rounds of
ths Connecticut championship on the
links of the Greenwich Country Club anu
his best was good enough to make him
the favorite for the title. Robert Ab
bott. Brooklawn, the former Intercol
leghit" champion, also came through and
will meet Lew'is to-morrow In one semi
final match, while In the other Samuel
J. (iraham. Greenwich, and W A. Jack
n, Hartford, will play each other.
The seml-tlnals will bo t thlriy-slx
i: L. Siofleld of Wee Burn and M A
DavU were the golfers who found Lewis
t'o good for f-em to-day. Scofleld was
:he lrt vlotlni and he put up a fine
tght. Lewis winning by only 3 up nnd
2 to pixy, and making the round In
... to uo it Tne v cstchcter champ on '
played even better golf In Ihe after-,
noon against Davis, winning the match
uj .qi rtiiu ,i in tuny, anu ocing iwoj
siroses unner nn avenge or 4 when i
Davis capitulated Lewis was out Ir. I
33 and Davis was able to wdn only one
i,r .v-.,,,i hi, niiiin iwh over-I The ,llw. upr- nH'r-"Carsr is
piaved tho greui from the tee. W.,ie airown vs K.rr starring vs ar-
The downfall of W. Parker Seeley. a 1 J,01!' u',r '"'.' 'ek I.w.-r half
former holder of the title, was the W SVhMl'TonhVVlV" M.x'weV'jr1
tute of the first u'lind tins morning. P.. I vs rnnli.
Jackson of Highland tackled Seelev and Se. ond sixteen Jatnes Hsrtram. Wvk
the match vvaa carried to the hon.e green ! J" ,!i;:c V A.uae ' Ala.
......nruii iiinniiiiih - u,,. ni uir Hllt-r-
niiuii lb. ... jacarill llici v .V JaCK-i
t-un and Seelev's conqueror was beaten
'y a single hole The summary;
Champl-nshlp Dhlslon, First nound
Rivbtrt Ahtmit. Hrnoklawn. defeateil . M
Piers ill. Wee Hum. I Up (Is hOlel, J. T
L Hubbard, nronklawn. dffes'el O. L.
liuernse. Greenwich, 1 up. H M Lewis.
HldKfle.t defeated K I, S. Held Wee
Hum, 3 and 3, M A Davis. New lluven.
defeated H, D. Bowers, Hrookiawn 3 and
Si fi. P Lynde, UreenwU-h. defetted r, II.
Carhart, (ireenwU-h. 4 and 3. H. .1. ilral.ani,
Greenwich, defeated Percy I'.nitiwH' Hart
ford. I up. V A Jacksnn. Ha tfurd de
fester! II. S. Lake, Hartford. 1 up, It 1,.
Jackson, Illshland, defeated W. P Seeley,
nronklawn. : up.
Second Hound --Abbott defeat,l lliiMad.
4 and 3, Lewis deffaled Dvl. a end li
itraham defeated Lynde, 1 up, W, A
Jackson defeated H. L. Jarksnn, I Jp.
COMES AND DIXON TRIUMPH.
Former Wliia llnya' Tennis Tonrney
rind Latter Jnnlor itt llnckrnsark.
HscKRNsvrK, N. J.. June :!, The
first boys and Junior tennis tournaments
ever held by the Hackensack (lolf Club
closed ihN afl'rnoon,
In the semi-finals of the hoys' tour
ney diaries Conklln defeated Klmore
Gardner, li 2, nnd Norman Comes
defeated Warren Dixon 7, fi I
C 3 In the finals Norman Conies bent '
Charles Conklln fil, fi 3. :
In the Junior filial Oeorgc Dixon rr;MWKiin
Passaic defewtirl Kdn-ln ilendrickt-on i
of Haworth fil. . The two win-
neia will be allowed tn lake part 111)
the boys and Junior tournament of the
Vll.lal. at... a. v.snclutliir. al lo rest
Middle States Association af I oresi
Hill on July 31
JOHNSON BAY STATE CHAMPION.
llefeata l"ornier Champion In
, , ., .
Strnlarhl fl III ChallenitP Bonnd,
Boston. June :. Harry f. Johnson
won the .Massacluisttts singles tcnulH
championship lo-day, defeating (leorge
I', Oardner, Jr., the tllle holder. In the
challenifn match at Lnngwood, Johtison
played lh same brilliant and steady
tennis that iarrled him through tho
tournament without losing a set The
rrorea vvem li n, f,' .1, x C.
JVesv llnnple for Mead. in II rook.
HsMpaTKAP, I.. L, June I!. The
Meadow Brook Hunt Club Is lo have a
i,.w flu t.ole. 127 feet In lemrth. The
nolo was donated by A. f, Cn.liran and
I will be topped by an American eagle
..en r,,et ii in. u'liii-i w i. s civei. 11V
James A. Burden. The Hag Is seven
feet hy twenty-five, and was given by i
the president of the club, Mr. Wlnthrop,
White Win at Meart.irr flrmik,
IlKHrsTKAp, I, I , June 2!i. A match
came of nolo and a round mhln wero
played thin afternoon on Ih" field of tho J
Meadow ihook i inn. i no maicn gam.'
was between the Whiles and the Blues,
the Whites winning, j to (I.
Teiaa lCwrue Results.
Waii). 41 (ialveal.iii, 2
Heaumont. . Dallas, 7 .
Houston, 1. Shrsvepnri. o 111 Innings)
In San Anlnnln-Fort W'orlh, r.ln
VTestern Association Results,
Oklahoma Cltt. .; Tulsa, o,
Is.rls, 4. SheNii.n, .
I'nrl Sinllh. . tienlson, 2
lawk, ti AlcAIUMI. t.
BIG FIELD BEGINS PLAY
ScAitBoitouoH, Jf. T., June it, Any
golfer capable of beating HO, which
doesn't sound like an Impossible task
on a ftne day could have won the
medal In th qualifying round of the
annual Invitation tournament of the
Hleepy Hollow Country Club to-day. but
such a one did not present himself
asnorig the ninety-nine colfers who
started. There were plenty of good
golfers scattered through the field, but
not r score In the seventies 'went up
on the board. Just why It a no
one could explain except the Sleepy
Hollow members, who Intimated now
and then that perhaps the course was
a thorough test of golf. In view of the
f.icts no one was In n position to con
tradict tnem. so they were well satis
fied with their golfing home when the
day wuk omt.
Although no one hj ft, three golfers
almost did m, and landed In a triple
tie at SO for the medal. They were
Max It Marstnn. Hamilton K Kerr and
I'hllip V (I Carter, sit first rank golfers.
Marston was the fir of the three to
finish mid he blwrned his putting for
his failure to do belter He estimated
that he took three putts on six differ
ent greens, which klllod his chance for
a fine score The card
Ux n Martsnn rt!iuro!t
Out a 4 .-. 4 4 r. & 4 xa
In i .'. M 5 S 3 4 12 (0
About an hour after Mansion fin
ished Kerr came In with another 80. He
wasn't any too well pleased with It, but
when he compared It with his nlav In
I the Connecticut championship yesterday,
when he failed to qualify for the title
I which he now holds, he had to smile
tfter all Ills card.
Hamilton K. Krr. Orfenlch
"ui. n 4 .1 4 4 4
In . . . ,, 4 5 4 4 4 .1 a n 4; so .
t 1 .1 4 I al T. zt IK
Whm Marsinn u',,,4 k'.r. ..r.iv
In the clubhouse a long wait for Carter
followed The general Impression I
sevincrt to he that Carter tieud break
I the tie, and he had the t-ame Impreslon
!"p ,n ,h' ,,1,!,,'''nth ho1'- "e took three
, ,',.-, un mr riAit-citiii arm loiiowru
i with three more on the seventeenth.
I His card
Philip V. O Carter Nassau:
Out : I S S 1 I ,', s 3 40
1,1 4454440.'. 4 40 0
n ',um".er oilier goo.
tKuiivi f in iif in ru Fixren nirn cut
tietnohmotit in trtv, CharlpM H.
Brown and J. J. Wylde, a Boston golfer.
being the lucky two at that tlsure who
landed in the first division V W.
Dyer. fc2; Gardner W Wh.tr. S3. Stuart
l. Cortnnlls, Ms Hoiklatid, iijul Lee W.
Maxwell. 5, all qualified safely
Klve slxteens were provided, and they
will start to-morrow at the following
timet-: First cxteeii. in. ft5, second six
teen, V 2.1, tblr.l sixteen, 10 -43;
sixteen, 11.2.'., fifth sixteen, :4T
scores In the qualifying round.
Hatnii'.un K. Krr. lirtenwlih 3
Mai It Marslun. lla.tusrol is
Philip V (1. Carter. Na-sau 40
F V D r. .VI, int. .air .40
H. V (ialnts. V')Hak)
Oaruirer White I'lu-hlin .
tt. H (iKuitli.). Ilaltu.iul.
. I". Connoilv. ItiuKlatid .
li VV .VUvel.. Jr . Nassau
I'. D Cooke. Anu, a
vv Maxwell. S.e.p Hollow
.vi li Mairiug. Jr. ricepy
J ,'. Sl;' ' . '.Ji Jj
(j, ( Vtai. Si,ep lolo. 4 0 47 ;. I,
r ' ) . r, MWitni,
. Brown. s.arll
, l.l. ..... IT 1 1 h . If
wood, 3. M 3. (' t: Van Viet '. Jr.
li.-, it ... ... ti ii.. .... .....
lln''...i. j'l l'.S '. 1 T l.un.tn. V I . l. -.J
hoikcr. 4.'. I.'. an. .VI Meaiham. Ardsley.
44, 4s 'i, Leon .VIh.oii, ,lr prln.eton, 41
4T 11. e.-olt S'.wart eieep) Hollow, 41,
:t ;1 II 1,. I'litillp-. Slwanny. It, 4t 1.
vi I. leik.r. Duiiuoudle. 4S. 17 f:; K
II rooke, Ari'.ia. I '.. IT "S. C If Me..
more. ArdsL'i. 44. 4 y 3
Third Mste-n D H. Lvwrcn.e. M.eep
II......W- I.. (V -J3 I. M I.onilmrd.
iiiHiiiusnnn i' n . f Al llliininn.
Crallfonl. ..I. 1. Kl. .1 4t. V. Mahon,
Sleepy HoKow. 47 17 -t. I. (i. Young,
W Van V
l.ll. 4.'., Ill !(
V H. UUKi-s, ,s..ano, 4:.
40 O I: Carlson ,sanoy. 4. is -94
t 11 .' leens. st, Andrews. 43. i? Sli; J
in Hea' Vkas' 43 hi - 1 Walter
Hay!i, Arlsie. JO. I,- .". I II I)wlu.
' Sleenv Hol'nn. I',. M !:.. P V De .lahll.
Si'arsdal.-. 16. .",! V It L Duj .. Ar.l.le),
47. 4!' hh A O. t'lioale Sleepy Hollow
4S. M ) H .1 L.ildlaw Apawanils 4J
4 ' - lis
Fourth Slsteen-f It (illlett. Wjkagvl.
44 'i -ST V I Lawreme. Ardsley, 41.
;,.!!.:. r. vv iiewiii. vr.uiey. i;,, r.: -37
II I Hrewsler, s,,,rdale i. ."..'--:
II I'hiltnera S. arsdale V. 4 97 ( C
1 Austin F.iiRiew.io.j. "1 IT J, I W Hen
' Ming Jr Sleep. Hollow. M. C -!v. A. .1
Have-. sleep IL.IIiiw IT 11 - M V 9
Ma Laughtln, ,s. .rslalr IV SO !H , (S T
(U.twsy, ,-leeii Hollow, '. SO S. C It. I
Martin Meepv iKiiiow. 4... j- r ji
Dyei HnBlewiio.l IV SI 09. r A Corlb-.
Hnglew.iud, 31 4 - -1 0 fl r F Srhinldt,
Meepy Ho, low, li". r.t 100 S It Hnllandrr.
b I - I'll v .1 sturfis, Mfepy
Hollow. :.o. :.: 10. ir (t r smith.
t"i,y'iloil.iw. ',1. ;.l -nj
Fifth "Ixieen W Van V'.ack Scars lale,
'.1 lo:; A Fletcher. Ji . N'ssssu. IJ,
a HI! . Nnrlun So,illll, Apawalllls, 47,
ft5 J0 ,. M oouid o.k am . 4. S5 108
,1, T .VI,M.ilmn Sleepy Holiovv, 49, f.4 103,
A. N Peterson. Sleep)' Hollow, 49, M 103
, i;. h Fraud., sleepy noiiow. in. M-103
S Ilr.nvn. ,v v .loir nun, 4, :,5-in3,
.1 P Unhide. Sleepy Hollow 13, h! Ids
I .Samuel Hen. Sleepy Hoi'"" i;. :,3 10S,
li I. HI'llliU". Mahopiic. 60, JJ tOk M. P
cnllin. Sleepy H" low. 47, I -10. K
van llenaseiaer, .laiusione, ai, ov iu,
A VV Lawrence, .-.irrpy llilliun, al, ,)'
no. s v I'unuliiKli.iii, si Andr. w's. 52,
I) 111. P V Vrlller. Ardsley. I, it 112,
(Mhfr Scores Nelson O Shaiiglinessv,
Hnym and Ancient f.l. 0I--I1S II K
ll.irri.nn Meppv Hnllnw 3, 61 Hi,
ira Bent t'lin nipl.ilia In Tenth.
I'l'.nv ipkni'k. II I. June 20 Singles
III etiK-.-.v-sloii b llehg, Powell and Shean
won for the Grays over Buffalo In a ten
Inning game in. day The score was 4
t'o a Shullr. worked well for the Urays
until the ninth, when Buffalo tied the
1 Korc H.ider was hll hard all through
the game llin score;
I . .
Providence nioo;nonni 414 2
Buffalo nooioionto-3 7 1
lutierles Shulti and Vflle, Bader and
New tnrk Stale league Itesults.
BlnKhanit.m 3. PH. a. f.
piinlra. 2. Syraruse 3
hilinilr.il 0. All, any
Wllkiebarre. 11: llarrlshiire, 2.
. " ------
Pa.lrlr (oast la-ague Itesults,
upland o Pn Francisco.
Sail Lalie, 3. Vernon, i"
Los Angeles, 0. I'nrll.lid. 2
Kltly league Itesults,
Clatksvllle f. Pawsnn Springs I
Madlannvlllr, I". Hnpklnsv lllf, 7
Owenslioro, I Henderson. 0,
suiilli Atlantic league Reaiilla,
rolutuhUe. s Miinlgnn'esi , 3
Autusiw, 4 .l.k-nvllls, :.
('harlriicii, , i7numbla, 3,
Albany, 1, ilacon. J.
FLYING FAIRLY WINS
The Union Belling race, a dash of seven
eighths of a mile, was the feature of
the Indifferent card offered by the Queens
County Jockey Club at Aqueduct ester
day. The winner was Murphy, a brand
new aspirant for distinction In the three-year-old
division1. His victory was liber
ally applauded, because he had been In
dustriously tipped before the start and
was heavily played. The selling condl-
tlons of the race caused the withdrawal
of Libyan Sands and Miss l'uzzle, which '
are high class three-year-olds belonging
to August Belmont and James Hutler re
spectively. The most formidable of the nine colts
and fillies which lined up against Mur
phy were Feminist, Hroomvale, Sun God,
Bonnie Tess and Illuminator. The last
start by running any for two miles and '
a half, and none of the othei- proved !
fat enough to give Murphj . .iraii-
ment. He led from the '.i.. .ring1
easily Kemlnist finished C' ut, I and 1
Broomxale third Murphy u a i-on
McGee and Intrigue, and Is owned bv
.Max iiirsv-n. L.a! season 110 was uisii
enough, but he had a habit of o,ulttlng I
after running five and a hair or mi ur-
longs. He seems to have arnulred
stamina over winter, and It Is pcslhlo
that ho mBy make a useful route travel
ler this year
Mltle Oarner had the mount on Il
luminator In the t'nlon. and he waj nil
In when he dismounted. Nevertheless
the stewards permitted lilm to ride the
well thought of Grumpy In the handicap,
which came next on the card. They ad
vanced the excuse that no other rider
could lw obtained for the Brockmlller
The exhausted Gamer n utterly un-
nlil- tn m.iniicf Crutiinv. which ufr"1
all over the track with li.m. and i'
of Canopun H ilefeated by nymd
Kalr 111 a har.l drive. Tlu Cawatt mare
WH" ,n front all the wav. hut she s i'"'
hH-l to whip her hard t" keep her ahead
of Grumpy. The 'mported colt Gun
bearer, which had worked swiftly
finished third Little Campbell had a
fair day for a grefn hand, lie was
a-.tt.de G.fTord Coehmn'e Marie fidlle ,n
the fifth, a five furloiw dash f" two-vear-old
of the plater variety nn I
brought her ilown In front of fiftec.
lljrh't footed opponents Marie (id le le,l
from etsrt to finish, w 'lining by srvenl
lengths from Sindal The heavily
played favorite Spitietcr wae an indif
ferent trailer all the way
Kilkenny Bo.v. iilready a two time
winner Ht Aqueduct, ptnve.! best of the
sprinters that lined up at tie batt er ;
the first, n dah of six furlongs and a
half, out he bad all lie ii.uld ! .A
, l4,iavolent nnd Brooks, which lile.-. d
him hard st the finish Kilkenny Bo ,
was favorite In the betting with Benevo- i
Mint, and Corslcan well thought of
I Mtonewood. admlrablv handled hv
i Barrett lla.vno beat a field of . lev. r
naeers over the two mile . ouree
Havn. wa bothered for tb- entile d,-
tan'.-e hv the rderl.se Ahdoti. which,
dumped h: rdcr nt the first fence audi
insisted nn going the lOtirse aloie.
Stmiewoc.l came from long wav he- i
hin.1 Hai-ehrook In the last qti irter and ,
.. i., ..r,l w?iv
The mile for platers which htnusht
.u. ...... ,n a Onl.v, tv , tulieil h th,i
odds on favorite Al Block, whlih trailed
Huiiiillatton to the 'urn tc home atnl
then came on uirlci wraiv.
The summaries :
se'-.nt: hsndteap for three srti old
unutrd sub.iTtruon of Ho . h
i iv.' .ed six .in I t lisll liTloti;-
; llor-e and aae. Wi
I Kllkelint Mn I
Henevnlent .Imp1. 1 111
Jo.-.'! O I is Fin
Mlftll II ' ven
l.ik. I ' -
M.-Cahey V t I
Mink 1" ' ' "
hdllnr l. I 1
JM.Tstrt li 1 ! '
Kel.a : I v ' ie
. Presnmpi ion
I daiion. b
i SU,r Hi ft
i : i
. . -., ,nu. u nn hn,1ill VV mtirr , li f r1 1
Hipt.ortrome-Mstd of Knn. owied by James J
HutUr. trained hy .1 Md'orm irii
rCOMl RACK I
Sell'i'C stspltchsse tor lour-tevi o.iis and j
tip. vro," purse .'.-'. aontit two nuir.
ilors-SIIO He , .,i-,n-, ...in- i in
, I, .'".,,u
it iiiivnr . s i even
Moore H -. s .', ""
Kellrh. r ' 31 V
sirtel Ml II (
Murnhv ,10-1 -n -,
Fi-toi. ssv 1' ' i I
Ahdoti II llssams v . v .,
Zellwond a III II Williams i; 1 'l i
Poadet Puff, a ie; Hrvaiu ', r, :
Fell tKclnsed tlaist ni'er
viarl aood won Jrivinc Winner h c Im
W'srisworlli Tris.lll.e owned hv L VVnod
trained by J H Lewis
The Pnion Scllinu stau.. In. ihtrev.ar
olds hy subscription of II. es.lv stiri'M
In pay U eseh all'nonil i uaranleeii ,,.it,
value II f,si' seven fiirlnucs
Horse and are VVi .', i.,'
Murpli. 3 l.'fi l.v lie
P. lllinlst 5 K': M.-Caliey
Hroomvale ilmnl 3 10: sh,Hink
I . .veil
I 1 I .
vi t . r
M '. even I
1.1 ', I V
llnnnle Tes. I . I'll llall
VVetionah. 3 l. Wnrsch.e
uti Ural. 3 ll ''..1111 tell
Hincer, J Vi chut'nrrr
sa.ln 3 Vlnik
I I f
i I :
l 1 v
fi 1 1
Plsudllo. 3 I0S I Mi 1 15 rt i' 1
Illumltialnr. 3 10l..(iarner lod
Ivan away aim was wiin.irawi.
Timr- I y,
starl food- won easilj W'limer h c t,v
Mcflee Intruue owned and Ii lined l.r V
For three year-olds and upward! hsiidn-ap
t.y subscription ol I'.o each, with IToi ..d-l.sl.
Hnrse and ate Wt
!! I J 1V,
r i 17
: t . ,-
io i - 1 I
. I fit,
Flyinr Fairy. 11T
(irumpy 4 1"'
(liinb'er (Imp ) f. o:
Top Hat, s.. IN,
Tetan, 4 . ill
Stsrl rood; won ilrtvlnr Winner hr m
by Asrnnsnl Millie A ' owned by Copt II
II CHssatti trained hy J . Heily
Selllut: for maulens, i years old pulse
IVsiO; fle fiulnnts
Horse and ate W'l Jm'ker Odd" Fin
Marie Odile. 2 . I4 Camplall t s , 1"
Sandal. 2 to J McT.itt'l t .1 I -'
M't M'ts ilnipi, 2 .103 SihuOr jn t ii -,i
Miss Tipperiry, 2 tor. Iliiatnn . 1 v I I
Spinster, 2 107 K.-l-ev . . : 5
Lady Rnwena. 2 I"" Mink i I jr, I .:
Hurney Kurney. J lie, llnflman rl II ;
Hendlet, 2 . 103 Mall '0 1 f, 1
Moonl'rr limp 1 1"1 VCir.chrr I.'. 1 ( 1 1
The Onlr One, 2 pn vt, iiermnlt t:. i fin
Tootsie, 2 . in summit ii 4 i ti
lo-, I .' iv rr Vi I IV I i:
Aione ai j.wi,
io;, Ki.wh ft 1 ',2 1.1
Time- 1 .01
Start toodl won esstly VVIniirr oh f hv
Star ShO".-folium owned hv liifTonl
Cnchr.n: trained by W It Mldgely
Selling : for Ihreeyearnhls snd innvsril
which hove not won ll',o slm-e M.iv '.'I 1"1 rt -hy
tiba.Tipllon of !'. ea. h wild l.vvi adilnl:
Horse and sis
vvi .in, 'Hey
l'.s .1 M.'Tar't
II 'i ,'. I1
' ? 7 0 '
so I . I
lj'l 3 I '
f s ".
i i :
O M Miller a
Itsr o' Uihl.
Rdn Kenna. I
nalree, a ,
I' I.y Ke
ime t in
Stan en,t. won easily Winner hr h tiv
Voorhees- Oeorna VI o pe l by John
Powers' trained hy owner
Mnrlh Carolina league Keatilta,
Chsrlotte, I Wlnstnn-Salein, I,
Ashevllle, 21 (liesnburn, I,
Durham, I, flaltlh, 2,
Stamford, conn., June SJ. The wind
has played all sorts of pranks on the
yachtsmen this week and from a racing
point of view has marred the Intercluh
cruise. It has been most tnntallilng. It
has failed Just when the yachtsmen
wanted It and has bloijn steadily when
the yachts hive been at anchor. To-day
,. .1 . w.j . M..4,r ir
firs, day of the cruise, and hll It was',
ciulte fresh when the yachts got under j
way nt Black Hock In the morning, It'
sKjo'n died away. Only eight of the fleet
of twenty-four reached the finishing line
fjfr t)lc fsmmford Yacht Club before &
o'clock, the time limit.
The course was cut don to ssventetn 1
miles. Commodore B. Y. Webber took
charge of the fleet, which has been aug-l
mented by several steamers and power
yachts, at the finish, and he had the sat-j
Isfucllon of wltnesslnir his on 17 footer'
rrlsellla cros the line a winner In the
Stamford one design class by f minutes.
tll , .,rlH from lan.
There was a nrtfK norm ny rasi tum
rtl 10 o clock mis muni im 111-
- .. -. , . .. . 1 u ll,u I r,,. nn.liuin,.
luionr nrit iui.,t, tin., ,.
ments were ne.-eesars and Hie starts
ti.. a inu,.
. , ,.u o'clock, with
t!r,v,)lr ,r,t nm) Carolina next half a
.., ...,, hll. to nda rd. Harry
vt.twell sailed Carol. nn ami Balnh N
lilbr had the tiller on Grayling Both
.iiiruri i:h tnnsalls and Carolina's spin
naker was hroken out first she neared,
ih.. Una. rtruvl nir following wltn nets ,
Thiee fortv footers started on the next
signal. Pauline. Howdy nnd Black Duck.
In the mixed class were Aledi, Alice and
Mnrlqutt.i and these were followed by
the two thlrt footers. Adlo and Alern
Two mixed handicap -laves, one vvltl.
:he Comt nnd Nlnfca and C-e other Nil
i, ni a ..sil A via and C".it. were Pit next
,o in tei t iff and tunc of the SHmford
nn,' .If.ig.i . i-.se ended the e illlnc v.oht-Ti-ri-
w.i. ot-H one p.wc viicht. Spar
POSSIBLE WINNERS AT
AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY.
I lrt Hair flierr. hiilliryn lira).
U Lie I i. .
seiiniil Mure hewf.sa. Vlars
Ihlrd Unci shjnest. Virile, Pan
.Iran. I ..urlh Race spenrliead, Neph
III) . Old I! room.
Fifth Him Friar Naught, Bur
sixth It in. I, ciinlc. Bally. Amal
TO-DAY'S AQUEDUCT ENTRIES.
F rl ltaceTo year old rtllirs, 1 1 1 ti
i": w i.a i.vcs,
. i": -I! isi.i
'IK "MM (ir.l "1
VO fl.-. - II
i N it, v Fj - if'
Thrf year ol.t and ups-ard.
IK Ua.l.l. Chonv . '"
l.a'Hhine Malilrn 10'.
i h-'llet Iwi
li ( ulii :.. -is
lV'lus- of Coin.
UJ si.f,nendpnl IC;
' Thir.) Hsu- Four vest olds and upward
. - ' uini- li'- .........
-,lrtil 10." spcii ne .d m.
r.imerlam' l'C shvnr 1:
Fouilh R"e Tlnre vrar ol.1 and upward,
scllm. Iisndicap. one mile and s nvltenth.
Oi l l".-.;ii ll"Nephths . !'
t iria.' n:Rellin.l 101
sVij- pilot io-.
i Fifth Rs'c -Thrre year olds and np.ird;
ni'.iilfns sol! . Tl. . one mile
. fl... tine u v
I Fri.ii Na.ulil
s( si.iie "imp
nvlli lia. e - r
" Mlcni of Menlo
i e.l olds
, Mi r. hint
1". II iliv
".s Iiv. rion
T i..r Trap
Annrenu.e allowance ,'l..imrd
LAT0NIA RACING RESULTS.
First Ha' e T o.) eir-olde r dnc In0
ad led. live alii a half fiirlonne- lie-,
-aula, I". iViurplivi. straight. III'.'".
liia,1- f .0. out to show, won, Clair. 101
iljen-rvt. plice J: IO. out to shn . -ec-
ri.l l'er.eu.. ins u Ofinon.-i .mi l' snoa
thll I Time.
I 0 1-1
sweet Helen ateo
I -.mill Its. e -Tliree rar-e ds. seliint.
! Ifii'O lidded s's fill-lor.jrs Vlrv llelr l,
I ulravce. "iralrht !.' '" Pla'-e l4
slui. J.T w.'tl. VI linn I lliiril l.lli
lM,r plaie CI!", show 111 in, sc..
,id Jan.- Mral'h. io; moose, show $4.10
"lllr.l TI'".- I II I .' Ralph S som.
Ilea, li I'll'irlle Vlrllfe Kro.vn Ve'vet
Ulan, hll-i. . ardonnie, tiiMirj,-' in and Bus,
Jos also ran
Thirl Itai e- Two-) ear i.!d ni llde-i .i.lls
snl geitlrs t'O" sdded five turlonis
Waller II Pear. e. 113 .ll.i.el. stralah'
T J". place K "" h"iv (3 In won In
, Kin ,w, n: ,i..r!. r ii.au- ii -..--
I i-, ! nd Paramount 11- 'Murlln'
1 .'i,.w . ihlr I Time, I ."I I! H Inter
I son. HI Itev. Plain Pair, Irresu ir Pliinus
1 un,l )s Land rni
I p., ml. Ha.e riirecieai olds snl IP ,
I ward Whll.' Villa Sellliis- llanlt ap JVio '
'ad. Pd. al fur'onK--Juli' I. Hunt
i .ir.lL'hl : Til. 1il..e It'll Kill ill I
ehrovv. won, Korlhar.- I"T K'o.i.. Iv
t,ln,-e C, 0 and Kill to -how. se, ond P.
Llghl 101 ..loose I oil I. hll av Ii
Tlim- 113 '-'-' -kll"- Knot. ilr 'an
Fifth Race Three vrsr-olds anl up
vvnrd. De Cour.ev ll.in.Hrsp 100 aided
one mile n1 t. fuilnin In k v lints
toil i Conner, .. straight H S" p on
erd on' lo show, won V .l-liuc n l
iilpnirv i, pla.e Is.". ..nd mi to sho
ond: Hoi al II 1 ' ' "loose. nt
show, third Time. I :t I . I'l '
1 lltee , e ,r olds and lip
f,00 nd.l,.l, one mile all
.lllle Hliia-er. won D
Sililil"! It Mever HI
lline I IS 3-.i
seventh Ha.e hot ll.iee sr-nis all
upvial'l one mile and n .Ivesmh piir-e
i,0.i--llel m,l la H'l 1 1 i,..,- 110 70 I' "
',I0 v. on l.Mir.n Vpple. 'I? ' lr iv .
l II 1.1 (". e. "Olid llll.ll Horse, JI
Hutu i Is '0 lli'ril Til,.', I ( 3 V l il '
ClioiMw. Type World's Wondei Oill
n.ttni. Trnsiotttlon. W W ( Isle, an'
I.ollise Paul l.lso all
P. S. 88 KEEPS TITLE.
lis I, nils llcfent .Mnr from V. .
IUH of II rook I y ii II In ...
Pulillo School 'v, . lei iicnl li ''V bascb.il
iliiinililnns of i.'ueons, defealed Pnhla
School l"V cliiuiiplons of Brooklyn, by
some nf (o f. yosieidav aftiinoon nt
' llbbels I'lcld This is the se. ond con-
nciilivc . ur-thill Ih" (,'iicciih lads line
I beaten the best of lb. Brooklyn school
l.ii"t yrnt they won from Public fJ.-liool
0 for Ihe inii-i bomiigli chuinplonsliip
' The si OK' .
rt li H
I- j ss l l o (i ii ; i i .1 ! v
P s i" n r. n n n o o n o r k
I naileries Outs and Whlitnan Ns
I VsjiiL.-cs slmi evs I'llrlier.
Piut.Ariri.rili Juno "9 The N'vv
Viirk Aun t i. ..lie iiav. risui i a ii'i
,,,i, ii.r Ills tuinio i Cull Jenkins, a
,. ,,,, i,,.,.,!, , w ho has been iiiti tiinc for
I t.lon College the list iwn yens and
1 wdli a tectid which ('.iinin.inded She re.
spelful attention ' l .s Iciguo senilis
Jenkins will finish the seaunn wllh New-arls.
Time, and she went over the iouie fori
Poon after the start the win.l died
out altogether and later It came .it In
tervals from different quarter It was
a most tedious day for all and a trying
one for the men mi the i.iclnc; yachts,
Carolina and nrnllng kept well tooether
and Carolina reached the flnishlne line at
!f:ns.31, having beaten Urayllng. 3 mln-
" scconas, a. k. Jjournea liltick
'1001 AdVa-TwuVbTK n. l"!
Illchards, finished alone In the 20 fool
u-ass and Cornelius Vandcrbllt. Jr., sailed
''il CPtT' '?.!.f'?.r: ,n ,hc hand'-
FOPRTH Rt'N-INTF.KCJ.PB CRt'ISE
W.AC'K ROCK TO STAMFORD N Y
Y 0 FIFTY rOOTEHS-sTAHT.
IO I4-COU3tSK. 1. MILES.
.. t . Finish time
and 0n-r X II .VI
Carolina. Gtorce Nichols ; i 4 41 31
Orubnt, J. p. Morcan 1 n H 4 47 m
N. Y Y C FORTY FOOTK US-START
10:3VCOIIJI.E, 17 MILKS
Rlsek Duck, A K. Rourne J 11 10 4 M 10
Pauline. O ri Jentilnei. Vol tlma.l
Kownr 11 s Diiell
.. Not timed
. Not iimtl
Aleda. J VV Aiker
Alice Hr II 11 Heeler
Manquita. II II Murn
N Y Y C THIRTY
i .! corns p..
Adio. F L. Richards
Alers J 1. Cutl'r
Not II inn!
KOOTKUS START 1
i .n ;i t ;
START I" 4.V COl'RSK. i: M1LF,S
Tornei C Vanderbllt Jr 4 !. H 14 I.'. 1
Mnfea, K MiLrait Did not nnish 1
in . , 1 iac-t-:- r.. w, I, III . 1 I ts-
oi..ti. iv Mtuuir it .iiiubs i
Natniw. T s Clark
(is:' 01 i
.. Not timed.
STAMFORD ONE HEMitN Cl.ssS -STATU
U.oo-COPRSE. 17 MILES
Pnsnlla. K Y. Velr ... . 4 S'i V f t: .
Fasn. Uill tc Lnckwnnd 4 M e r. iO
Aurelli J s Jenkins . Not tlml
Polly i: 1 F.IPmsti Not timed
VlrinU W Zeitl.r Jr Not tlmert
Liltle Hoih. I K Rtjmon.l Not timi-il
IIIMy Rii F. f! Hrvt.er ... Not limed
Psiixs II H Mts'in Not iinie.1
falldt Kll II II (M lie Not timed
POWKR ClIflkER-'-START 11 b'-COCRsr.
spare Time z Wilson 1 30 ori ;-, ,,i
MISS WILDNEY TO
PLAY MISS WAGNER
TIipv Keneli Final Hon ntl
Sleepy Hollow Tennis
The final round 'n both singles and
loubl.s In the flrt women's Invitation
tenrls tournament hel.l at the Slcep.v
Hollow- Country Club acre reached yes
terday The fortunate ones In the "lu
sh s iv'tnpetlttoti wete Ml lldna Wlldey
ml M Matte Wactier In the doubles
vent Mr- Itaweoti Wood iti-l Miss
Marion Vnndeihoef ;m.l Mi Ina Klsel
nnd Mss Ndnlle Brow nlng came through
tn the tlii.il round. The final-, of bolh
evtnts will he plavtd thi afternoon
.Miss lalna Wilde.v met with tiff .oiii
petition fioni Mls Marlon Vanderhocf in
their s.'mi-tlnnt muni (ncountcr in the'
singles The match went to thne set.-.)
, .Miss Wlldey winning at '. .1, 1 fi, .1
The victor showed a wonderful c-ouit I
i.-ov'il'g aldlltv. w nl,-b er. ibl.-d bet t. ,
overcoin. Mls Vandei liocf's efforts at;
plac. ment -troke- Mil's Malic W'.igne'
; victory vv.ib ov.i Mie II Mu.nt (Pcei'
at 'I -J, ". J "line befote til.- season
MI'S Wagner had brought about the '
low 1 1 ill of Mre i Ireen
I The best of the ,l.tible niatches was
I that 'n vv 'ii.li .Mrs It.iweon Wood ..ml
' Miss Maiion V ind." hoof defeated Hi
I Marie Wagner and Mis C.itonia W inn
, fi 1. 0 7. Mls Winn was the weaket
! of the four, all of hei stroke -tifferuig
1 an off dav Miss Whsium tiled In hnl-tei
'up h defence, but she too was pror., in
make ,-r:ors In th. second set, howcvci
tlics. two tal'ie.l and a close contest . n
. sued Mis" Wind, l hoof an.) M's Wood
were teadv at nil times and their team
iwotK w:i lo iter than that
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HIS SCORE IS 70 (it 1 3!)
MiNsr.rot.is, June :(. Chick nans,
Western amnteur champion, led the field
to-day In the first half of the national
open championship at the Mln'kahd.t
Clnh. He made a Tft this morning.
MnK ",f C0U"' rPCrd' in'1 ,h"
"f'rncon broke the record h playing
the eighteen holes In sixty-nine strokes,
lng hln " '" l" Ihlrty-slx
holes of 13!.
t'p to ths turn this afternoon I'vans
and Wilfred Heed, who came over frmn
Kncland two or thrfe vears ago, had
a close light f.ir the honor of heading
the list. At the end o.' the morning
round they were tied at TO and st the
1 ninth hole In the afternoon Heed van
1 three strokes ahead of the hrllllant Chi
cago amateur. Then the i:nsl.shmen's
1 putting began going wrong and an extra
I stroke was thrown away on pearly every
urofti fonilng In. He tlnl ied with a
7: '. the round mid a MI ( r the da
Jaime M H.irn. of Pit ',delphai and
Boh PeeblCH were lied for tUlrd place
at MR. tieorge Sargent, national Cham-
i pon In Iftfili, and Bob McDcnald had
' rotcs of M apiece nnd Jack Doivling
,,,f Scarsdale was eeenlh with M7
XIDTTC nr TUT nriUTC
NOTES OF THE GIANTS.
The loss of two vesterday sas a crest
calamity to a tram that had a chance
to climb Into the second position.
There's not a great deal of nourish
ment In 'he fet that Mexander
primed for this afternoon's engagement
In all probability M.ithewson will he
aked to tak" a hot ..' the .'ii.iplon of
he le.mie McGraw ,s not p; k.ng spo's
f,- the OM Master
Fletcher robbed Cravaih of i hit In
'he sxlh lnnlns of Ihe tir-t game with
. slop fifteen feet behind 'lie m .idle
"You never "aw a better ore " ehou'ed
Marry M S-evetis above the general
rs.-ket of more than Iwei'v thotismd
An unusual play developed ,-, the first
i g of :he s.-cntid tame Dacv Hob
t'si.ii illil not know tint (Jii'.ley ailed
nn out nefore Bnni roft th-ew w'Uly
rylng to double Doyle Davey kept
Icht on for home Bender, who re
trieved the (hiuk, saw Davey racing for
the plate and threw to Kl lifer, whf
tiugeil the runner slid'ni! n In short.
Robertson wns put out twice
I'red Lililerils broke a rrfec' hatting
average In the series when lie filed n
Miirn In the third liming of Hie second
game. Wednesday he had three hlt In
three times up He duplicated the per
forman c In the frt game yesterday
and blew himself tn'ja single on his first
appearance of Ihe nlond game
I.udertis nj. the hit- -.g mrave' of
he div. Ii- the tlrl ga't e he had a
s.ncle a double and a tuple He scored
two of Philadelphia's four nn s
Look' as If Mc.raw wi 1 have to or
sanlie some better ort '. defece
,ira'nt the ' squeeze" plav Peril, is ie
iaise of the fact tha' le ,-ji'ds 'his
!r.itegv as a ncedli-ws na-'f of oi pnr
tiltilty the leader of !( (titil- not
... perl In watching f. he mlht
ic Whrever 'he cms,- ',. f,i. . re
mi. u thn' the "sfiiee7e I ip t.een
sprung vv tt h success h paena' v all
f M.C.raw s riVHls tlr ca-
tiei'rge Whlttcd of
P' r ies w-i'l
'v . th
V d t-nd four
, -red Ihre
'iie.iMire pre'tv ln-c
Ian. lard- "f '"ittl 'd i
'un ir.'iv- Vf'teiil-.v W'l
hl In si t -pes .t i, ,'
it-d Mole a base
,,f .ii'lfu' at
lc made i num-
FIFTY IN MOTORCYCLE RACES.
Mure th.ii tift.v tidet thlrtv profes-.'.-'
, Is .'"1 twc".. a'l.itcufs I- iv e
already entered the var.oiis tr vtorcvele
events to he held nt the s-hee-'iricad Bav
e'P edvvay on the ifiornooi- of Jipv I
The inviteiir rues ic- al" S'Hte I" A
M -li.iinp.r'i'sii;i evcnls :.t . ie, tvvo,
the ten anil t-v entv -tiv ,. r. 1.
'I 'ie ope h.i'id'e.l i,i ,'v -nt which
, onsc i-r 4 1 Iro m ,,rfer,.t i o ihe
,' t i -e o' '-, , . I i' 's nr ictl -l'
.i:' I ii' s. ' k lew i -pee l don' is wPI
i " -f
.1 .' ii r a r.i e in the old Uric it 'ti Beach
,,,.(iic a w-t'- .1 C. n-t mt
M l s.it' !el ,s,,ve an limy
is r e it
PMII I vii s. i, .mils
AT the MINIKAHDA Chan.-
pionships, James Donaldson
of Glenview Country Club, Chi
cago, broke the course record by
four strokes, shooting a 66. HE
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