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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1916. Copyright, y tne Bun Printing and PubUtMng atMoc'ciHon.
DEFEATS FIELD IN
Wilson's Colt Shows Form
lli'vrrsnl Short flniss Heats
Keroril in llnndtfitp.
OITIM'NS ROAM BR TX
I'M 2-5 AT A MILK
GARDINER WHITE WINS
SLEEPY HOLLOW TOURNEY
I nnn n t t mvnn 1111 in
mm Ltwib win!)
Triumphs Over Max Marston in Final Match, Which
Is Carried to Home Green Play la
Ilulurd T. Wilson, Jr.. a pllliir of the
turf In lis stormiest day, was the hap
piest man at tin Aqueduct racetrack
yesterday when his hotn? bred two-year-old
Camprire, by Olambala Nightfall,
came home an easy winner of the droat
American Stakes for two-year-olds,
which was the feature of one of the but
cards presented this season by the
Queen County Jockey Club. That the
victory of CnmpHre was n form reversal
ws the general opinion, for It was only
at the Jamaica meeting that this con
tent two-year-old was badly beaten In
an overnight event In wn'ch he started a
prohibitive favorite nl odds of t to 7,
In the race among the cracks of the
juvenile division yesterday Campflre
started at 7 to 1 nnd won In the manner
of 1 to 7 shot. Jame liutler's Ivory
Mack, the favorite, finished tour lengths
Kick nf the winner, but another out
sider dropped Into third place when An
drew Miller's Ticket outnanicd Harry
Payne Whitney's Hoimlo Witch In the
There was an extra attraction for the
Saturday afternoon In the Queens County
Handicap, which was won by Hull
llerz's Imported horso Short Grass, an
even Kreater outsider than was Cninp-
flre This aged son of Laveno Out
burst had never been considered sen
ntisly In races of a mile or less, as he
,i notoriously slow beginner, but he
developed unexpected foot yesterday and
romped away from the rpeed kins
Hoamer after the champion had led for
the greater part of the Journey He made
a new mile record of 1 :36 2-5 for a elr
iiilar track on a regular running course.
A great crowd showed Its appreciation
pf the excellent card offered, but as
often happens on big days wise predic
tions went astray in most or the races
nnd only two favorites tramped home
In front. One was the revivified Blank-
enburg, which came out after a long
SCAHbohouuii, N v., July t. Victory
t last condescended to look .Gardiner
White's way this uftetnoon, and he
straightaway beat Max Marston by 1
up In the final round of the Sleepy Hol
low Country Club's Invitation tourna
ment. All season White has been nearly
winning tournaments, but up to to-day
some one alwnys came along at the last
minute, or perhaps a little earlier, and
siiuelched his ambitions to own the chlet
cup, It was all rather discouraging,
but White weathered the storm In good
shape, and hail the satisfaction of win
nlng to-day after worming his way
through one nf the best llelds of the
car. A lctory In a tournament In
which such good golfers as I'hllln Car
ter, Hamilton Kerr, l,ee Maxwell, Charlie
Hruwn and Marston fell by the wayside
Is no Inconsiderable achievement,
White didn't look like a winner this
afternoon until the match was well un
der way. His second shot on the tlrst
hole was short and he lost tho hole , his
tee shot on the second failed to tlnd the
green and that hole went to Marston'a
credit too. The third was halted when
Murston took three putts nfter reaching
the green a stroke better than White,
nnd the Flushing golfer was able to see
a little light at last.
I'ticouragcil by Marston' gift he pro
ceeded to win the uphill fourth In 4 to
f. and chipped In from Just off the green
for ft 2 on the tlfth. Marston got his par
3, but It didn't do any good and the
match was squared. White plued the
sixth poorly, losing the hole, but won
the eighth and halved the seventh and
ninth, so they turned for home all
so,uarn, each Ielng out In 37.
Marston captured the tenth with a
4, but went over tho green Into a trap
on the next and White drew back tc
leel term again.
The twelfth went to White In 4 to S
a fine chip "hot down the hill Into tht
punch bowl enabling hint to get down
In one putt. The little thirteenth was
a chapter of accidents. White drove
first and his ball never noticed the
green, but ended Its flight well down the
hillside beyond. Marston resolutely de
termined that ho would not be so foolish
as to overplay the green, and stuck to
hi? determination so loyally that his
ball dropped Into the bunker placed to
cat h short shots. Itoth got on with
their seconds, but Marston took tnree
Beats Sammy Qraham in
Thirty-six Hole Final by
8 Up anil 1 to Hay.
NOW HAS DOURIjK CROWN
Okbenwicw. Conn., July 1 Reginald
M. Lewis of llldgcfleld captured the Con
necticut amateur golf championship to
day by defeating Samuel J, Graham,
Greenwich, 3 up and 1 to play In tho
thirty-six hole final round on the links
of the (Ireenwlch Country Club. Like
Oswald Klrkby, who won the New Jersey
and Metropolitan title last month. Lewis
now wears n double crown, for he was
victorious In the recent Westchester
championship. Of course a Westchester
Connecticut crown Is not nulte so Im
pressive as the Jersey-Metropolitan af
fair that rents on Klrkby's brow, but It
down In two putts for a half In f, and
White was the winner of the match. The
can Is r
Gardiner W. White. Fluehlnii
Out MiKltt 417
Max 11. Msr.ton, llsltu.rol:
Out..., 4 3 6 t. 3 4 I S 4 J7
In I 4 4 4 4 4 t. 4 140 J J
In 4 I t I 4 4 J 4 t 41 71
In the morning White beat Lee Max
well, the pride of the homo club, by 2 up
and I to play and Marston defeated
Charlie Drown, 4 and 3 utter a hard
tight on the first nine holes, being only
1 up at the turn. The semi-finals and
finals In the nine other divisions also
were played to-day and there was a
handicap In which I'hllln Carter and
. . . - . ,iin i-ri.- wii nuy r. I'luii, mil i.
Jrank Oyer tied for the gross prise at h possession of which a youngster like
v ami iirciueii me winner uy n mice i.ewis may well be proud If only became
hole playoff around the "loop." Joseph of the promises foi the future which It
U. Mc.Mahon won tho net prise with a hold out
score ot 81' IV 71 The summaries i It was n clean cut victory that Lewis
First sixteen. Semi-final Hound-tlar- "".Tu !"7 (!r,,ham '-'lny. a statement
diner W White. Flushing, best I. W Max-.which 's home out by a recital of the
well, Jr., Sleepy Hollow. 2 and I: Mm It. fact that nt no point In the thirty-tlve
Mar.tnn. llaltu.rol, beat C II. llnin, St holes was Graham Up. He squared the
Klti.it Itouml While beat M union. 1 up.
Ilrutrn Klght of Htt slueeu Semi
final Hound C I Cumnock, Jr. Sleepy
Hollow, bat J I. Wylde. II ami f, I). I).
Cuoke, Areola, beat It II (Iwathtn.y, Hal
tuirul, 4 and 2.
Final Hound Cooke beat Comstuck, ft
Second Sixteen Semi-final Hound M. L.
Fearey, Oakland, beat (Irantland Hire, Kn
glewood, I up, 1 .1' lwyr. 3lano, beat
O D Cooke. Areola, 3 and 4
Final Itouml (lyer beat Fearey, 2 and
fleaten fctiht nf Second Sixteen; Semi
final Hound II 1,. 1'hllllps, stwunoy. beat
Leon Abbott. Jr. Princeton. I and 3, A. S.
llourne, We.tbrnok, hrst Oliver C Macy,
Sleepy Holloa. 6 and I.
Final Hound llourne boat Phillips, 3
Third Sixteen Semi-final Round--!.. i.
Voung, Ardilry, beat 12, I). Sleen. HI.
Andre. 2 up. 1.. M, Ijomtiard. llyannla
port, beat D. II Lawrence. Sleepy Hollow,
CLOTHIER AT NET
Latest California Tennis Sensation
Who Won Clay Court Title Yesterday
Former National Champion
licatt'ii in Straight Sets
at Glen Cove.
N1NK LEFT IN TOt'RNKV
WLEN i:ove, i,. i., juiy i. n. iiowuru j
osneu gave tennis enmusiasis a stun
ning surprlne when he defeated William
J. Clothier, former national champion,
to-day In the third round of the Invita
tion singles at the Nassau Country Club
He overwhelmed the veteran In straight
sets, 6 3. 6 t, exhibiting superiority
at all stages of the match except for a .
brief stretch near the start The open- 1
Ing set was an even thing up to 3 3 i
because of Clothier's temporary flseh of .
strength, hut thereafter the spectators
witnessed nothing but a steady proces-1
slon by Voshell. I
nesldes Voshell six other players came
through the third round successfully, nil
men of high rank. They were Karl H
Hehr. Watson M. Washburn, T II. Pell.
N'. W. Nllcs, Harold Throckmorton and
R. I. Murray Wallace V Johnson
and t'ean Mathey are to meet In the l
only third round match as yet tmplayed.
Clothier's unexpected downfall ma; i
mntntt .aipmiI llninu !.,, I!..if ,.., .to tn 'hac been due partly to tho after effecl ,
as Lewis would let him go. and after a!f n" Injury he suffered In April, which
hole or two the Westchester champion Included a broken leg. Ho did not seem
would be found out In front again. ,0 Kft around the court no rapidly as 1
There never was much real doubt about h' wm,t. whereas Voshell was at the
the ultimate winner, but (Irahnm made a I crest of his game The victor was so
splendid fight, which resulted In defeat effective generally that he would have,
only because Lewis possessed the ability ,""e" n h1""" man ,n vn wl,h
rest and won tne innem Mf ep ecnase (f) whlte tw0. white became 2
Handicap from a high rlas Held of ' ;l8 u rMU but np .., e!4p,rlllliy
jumpers that Included the Imported I 'nM up aboul ,he manner In which
horse Marcelllnus owned by the t.reen- , ,s vU.tnr. gained. The fourteenth
tree Stable. Though favorites were
knocked down In regular order the pub
lic took a keen lnterc In the racing,
ind the winners In the big tveiits were
Fonr llorsea Well Hacked.
For the 5re.it American Stakes, which
oerrled a guaranteed cash value of
IS.000, Ivory Hlack was at nil times
the favorite, but there were many who
pinned their faith to HntlWer, the Im-
ported son of tho English Derby winner
Sunetar. which raced In the colors of
A, K. Macomber. The Ilelmont pair,
Hourless and Woodtrap, were next In
demand, whl'.e almost any old price
could be obtained against the others
which made up the field of nine,
Ivory Black broke In front, but Camp
fire, which was equipped with blinkers
for the first time, was a keen contender
with the favorite from the start, and
after running an eighth of a mile the
Wllfon entry closed on the leader and
took the head of the line btforc the
quarter pole was reached. The race be
gan In earnest then,' but the urging of
I.oftus on the favorite was of no avll
agalnet the matchless speed which the
neglected Camp tire developed.
For a few strides the backers of the
favorite were Jubilant, as he appeared
"i be gaining on the Wilson whirlwind.
Then came a gni-p from the crowd as
Ivory Hlack fell tuck and Camptlre shot
Into a commanding lead of two lengths
at the half mile pole, llonnle Witch at
this time was fighting hard for second
place with Ivory niack, but the unsea
nned daughter of Itroomstlck was tin
Able to Ktand the strain and diopped
back to give way to Ticket, which came
on in surprising fashion.
It wax some nice for the places, but
inne at all for the chief honors, as In
Hie last eighth of a mile Camnflre sailed
away under u mild hand ride to win by
four lengths. Loftus kept Ivory Hlack
going to gain the barren place honors
by a length from Ticket, which was
half ii length In front of llonnle Witch.
Thn tlmo of tho race, 1 :iln, Imu been
quailed several times, bill beaten only
f'tce, when Oalner won In 1913 over
'he Ilelmont Park course.
"hecrs greeted the gallant little
Roamer as he led the procession for tho
Queens County Handicap, a nun that
he won last year with 127 pounds on his
back The extra two pounds he was
asked to carry yesterday had no effect
on his popularity, and opening at 3 to
I he was slendlly supported until he
closed at 7 to f, Louis Keustel's He
Will was hacked down and he closed
the second choice at 9 to 2, while Short
irab, which opened at 12 to 1, found
enough admirers to make his price two
points less at the closo of speculation.
H P Whitney's llorrow, an added
"l.irler. and Sand .Marsh were tho only
others in obtain real support from the
llnnnicr ticts to the Front,
diner was th first nwiy, bill us
sonri as Itoamer got Into Ills stride he
went in the front, with lie Will close,
up until the end of the llrst quarter,
'ie 'l.ilner again took up the task of
chasing Koanier. Short Grass, though
b r.iki'g In front of Holy, was nbso
lil'ilv last nt tills time, but began to
move up quickly, so that it t the half mile
mark he had only. Itoamer, fialner and
II" Will In from of him. With Short
Grits-, coming like a streak from behind
Itoaovr appeared undismayed, and the
rmd shouted lustily as lie came sail
Ing ihrourh the stndch with a lead
of . lengiji on tlalner at tho three-
qiMrier nob1 that seemed to Indicate an
other easy lctory
There was h shoii decisive struggle
'hen when Short Grass ranged alongside
of Itoamer with an Impetuous rush that
boded il1 for the champion of n year
ro Many of those In the crowd which
h:id seen Short Grass make similar
finis oK nly to be beaten at the end
:ie I us they elld linpoliintlv before
The i seemed to waken the speed
demon in ihls marvellous old cam
ps ier. ror li stretched his lews and
w'li tnlgllty strides swept past ftoamer
'hough the. great racer was anchored
Gii in a ,i pebble dimmer gave up tho
v..) 1 1 1 c i f was In him. but II was of no
1 i I agilnst the newly developed speed
of Soori Gr.is, which rail as though In
'our furlong dash.
The gap wldenid with cver si rid"
until Short Grass crossed the line the
e.ilest kind of a winner and with elarht
lengths to spare. Itoamer beat Oalner
was hiihed In 4. and on the fifteenth
Marston reformed his putting, getting
down In one putt and winning the hole.
They halved the next two and White
was dorinle as they ilroc off the last
tec. Marston hooked his drive Into the
rough and finally reached the green with
his third shot. White In the meantime
put his second behind the fourth tec and
played the neM to the green Itoth were
I'inai iiounci Lombard heat Young, 4
and . ,
lleaten Eight of Third Slueen. Sunl
flnal Itouml-Samuel Allison, Midland, beat
. ..1.I'1I'1W Apawamle. 1 up OS hole.);
U. an Mack, svrdale, brat Walter
rtrtis.rr, a anil s
Final Its.und Van Vlack brat Alll.on. i
up tin hulr. I
Fourth Slxtren. Seml-nnal Hound f A.
I'orl lea. Unaievtmiit. brat A. fi Liim...
llronxillle. and : 11 I). Ilrenster. Sleepy ' oni,. i Craiiam who wis mil
Hollow, brat V It Glllett. Wykagvl. s , , i- 1 " ''"""m- "no
and 1 j In as.
Klnal Hound llrewiter brai forllas. I i Lewis made It 2 up when Graham
H"d 3 I n.l.,nfl n nllt. nit Vtn l.nll. 'in, I 1 l,n Kt
Healen Klrht nt .rtii.tli u,..i. I . . . i..i.., ii ,.j
brat Wagner Van Vlack, Scars. Ule. 3 and t1 tne thirteenth men It was Grahams
to tighten up and play real golf when
ever danger threatened, whatever may
have been his mistake a moment before.
Hlsfht nl the outset this morning
Graham put himself behind by driving
poorly and tlnn overplaying the green
from a bud He. Iwis wim the hole In
t to II and lv Id the lend for three holes.
Giahatn taking the 130 yard fifth with a
tine .1 anil squaring the match. He
seemed to base the sixth safely halved
when Lewis, who had played up to tile
gteen poorly, tan down a thirty-five foot
putt for a I, won the hole and was 1
UP attain. He lidded another hole to his
lend at the eighth nnd had nn easy
putt for a 3 on the ninth green wfien
Graham laid him a stymie. He tiled
to Jump It, but ran past the hole and
missed coining back. Had he made
the shot he would have been out In 3.1.
but as It was be was 37 to the turn and
Hound-oiorie 0 Austin . Englewood. Be,t,n,t lmv" 1 "f,r,,n foot 'mt for '
Wagner Van Vlack, Scars. Ule. 3 and 1 the thirteenth Then It was Graham s
r- -.T .""h. Ardaley. brat J. w t turn, and the Greenwich golfer captured
1, Dr. 11. T Smith. Jr.l.1,1 h.ni 1
riuiins, ,ir,, f-ieep iioiiow, 1 anil Z
Klnal Hound Auatln heat Smith, t up
Fifth ilxleen, Sembrlnal Hound N R
Guthrie. Sleepy Hollow, beat A, Fletcher,
Jr.. Nassau. 1 up; n II. Francis, Slrrny
Hollow, beat A M Petersen. Sleepy llol-
luw n linn .
Clothier In top notch form
oahell Oh Ultra Taptlr.
A quick change In tactics by Voshell
had a good deal to do with his sucess ,
Ills I'lillaaeipnia opponent siuck to tne
baseline game he had ueed with such
command In previous rounds. For n I
time Voshell used similar methods to 1
test the strength of hu adversary. Then
he switched suddenly to his favorite
style of rushing In to the net. Giving
due credit to Clothier for his steadiness
In aualalm 1! volleying. Voshell made It s. ,
game of quick results, hammering the ,
ball with ull the force he had when he .
hill a uomlsln opening Clnthler'.i J
eforls to check this assault with lob-,
blng were futile. 1
Murra) was an easy victor In two .
matches. First he crushed H. W Warner, I
2 Then In the third round
he vanquished the Cornell star, Iran
turn, and the Greenwich golfer captured
the next two hole.., leaving Lewis only
The sixteenth brought forth as pretty
a bit of olf by Lewis as a gallery ever
saw. His drive was a little t.'o far to
the left and he found his wav to thei
liv a length and a half for the place
niid the ret of the field trailed In a
though they had no Intercut In a race
In which record time wnf a ractor
Final Hound llulhrle beat Francis. 1 , green blocked bv two big trees Pn- three sets. Caner was leading for a
"P.. ... . 1 1... .1 ...i time In the tlrst set. which Pell nulled
K.llltl lllt Ill," i'l' I'll ll" 111!" .lUUilS , ,
golfer hooke,i nn Iron shot nromid the "P m deuce, then running It out. The
trees to tho green, nnd then to make "f ,on' w' cnt ' ,,0 S, bf,,?r0 ,',hc d"i:
lotory certain ran down a thlrtv foot clslon was reached and t his time I
for a 3. Jle lost the seventeenth. 1 "'" ,nP " L V,
... , at ritirr u't- U'e.lUrnen lie the long
play and Pell closed the match by
scoring a lctory at 1.
els T. Hunter The fact that Murray .
could beat him 13, 61 Indicates
that the Pacillc coast player Is round
ing Into form.
Harold Throckmorton will meet Mur-1
ray to-day. The former defeated Mur
ray In the Sleepy Hollow tournament.
but there Is doubt as to whether sue- MEADOW BROOK POLO VICTOR
cess will auenti nis enoris wns nine.
Throckmorton's third round victory was
over W. Merrill Hall, at S, 64.
G Colket Caner extended Pell through
r rm - lyiiaiMiWiHMi.i uwniia uri. - mi rw in ji w I llili I
DAVIS KING AND
QUEEN OF COURTS
California Youth and Norse
Girl Win Tennis Titles
on tho Clay.
FORMER DEFEATS DOYLE
IN THREE STRAIGHT SETS
iiratrn Klitlit of Fifth Sixteen, Senil
final Itouml M p. Collins, Slrrpy Holloa,
beat (1 I,. Ilininx., Mahnpae, 1 and 2. N.
Squlrr, Apawaml.. brat A. W. Lawrence.
ltrn 1 lite. J nn.l -
Final Hound Collin, brat Pnulre. s I PUtt for
"d 1 however, nnd halved the eighteenth, so
. i he finished the morning round 1
' The cards
Vim Mtndr lirta Kluht nf Kimrtren
Honln Kliiat llorkann).
CcnAiitiLitsT. L. I., July 1 - Miadow
ltrook beat Hockaway 14 to m In the
first game of k1o for the Governor's cup
on the field of tile Ilnckaway Hunting
LONG ISLAND TITLE
, 11 K. it. o'f;n.r,i,i
Ci.kvki.anp, July 1 Willis 11. Davis
of San Krnnelsco won the clay court
tennis championship of the I'nlted States
In men's singles nnd Miss Alolla HJur
sledt retained her crown In the women's
singles lo-day at the Lakewood Tennis
Club bofore I he largest crowd that ever
w tennis matches In Hie Forest City.
Itoth champions took their final tounil
matches In straight sets li.nis tri
umphed oer l.'our.id II. Iioyle of Waish
Inglon, playing the best tennis be has
display. cil In the i:.ist, at 6 2, 7 5,
- 3, after Miss HJillstedt had beaten
Miss Martha Guthrie, of Pittsburg at
s li, il 3 Miss lljiirslcdt and George.
M. Church won the mixed doubles, beat
ing Mrs. Harry W. Ilickb- of Toronto
and Doyle ut '! I. - 2
In spite of the fact that both the big
match! s were won In sti.ught sets, there
was not the slightest flavor of onesided
ness In either of them loles showing
was .1 little disappointing In that he did
not show the form which enabled him
to defeat Church earlier in the week.
The Washington man pl.iytd high class
lennls from the very start, ami most
of the time was positively brilliant, but
ha caught Davis showing 11 streak of
play better than the 1 '.illfornlan has
shown In any other match slnie he
started to play In the K.ist.
fiiiiMislie or Other slurs.
The S.in I'ranclsio bu eiemed a
iiig composite of Ins famous fellow Call
R.ni.tns Maurice i;. Mi-Loughlln and
William M. Johnston Ho hail much
of the vim .mil vigoi in lu.s overhead
and service thai 111.uk. ,1 M. Lnughlin's
game and a generous share of the ease
and grace of) ground strokes that John
ston showed in beating M. l-oug illn last
iar It was his .ibilil.v to pick Doyle h
sharp chop drive out of the dirt on a
napi h-ilf vne stroke that enabled
ti tin to diaw 1 1 I nut nf pooitlon ami
pave the w.i) for ,111 arc li displace
ment Time and again Unvie tried every
thing he knew In a v.iln limit to tlnd
the Catlfot man's vulliet.ibli; spots. Tht
mi ant that thcie was plenty of variety
ill the play, tor veis.itllity is one of the
.strongest assets of the Washington
lackit wiclder lie started out by com
ing to the nut and attempting to keep
Davis away. It did not take blm long
to 1 1 11 ti out, however, that Davis could
get to the net more quickly than he and
was coiulderabli sttongei in covering
!1nl thlii ..v.. Mini 'rh con h.is In be I II,..,.. i i.l.icfiii I,,, 111. ,it tile court when he got then.
won three limes bef.ue il t.ecom.s the! "l loiter on 111 tin- match the Washington
.M!l It'll (III Klllli I oillltv
Jr : Iraliieil by T J llesley t , , , ,, , , .., , , ,
.. ; ' Itrglnnld M la, Hl.lgefleM
rOUUTH RACE Out. . 4 .1 4 A 4 4 4 4 .1 -.17
Ulleeil. Cnllnt.v Hanilienm for M.i-..- 1 -1 1 r.i..
The astonishment at the bad beating ' . - . , , . . , ( Re, ,, fi2, Washburn In the l.t two
handed out to Itoamer changed to adml-. mlY, ' ' ' ol1" l,e.: r . acta won nt 5 6 and 6-3.
ration for Short Grass when the time of llor. and aee Wt Jockey odds Fin. 3 .' 3 4 11 3 .. 3!i ,n i iichr won two matches, lioth of them
1 :3C 2-5 was hung out. This was nearly "' " K'. ' , in. . 1 .'. 3 ft 3 ?. 4 lo-TT rather handily, but his tennis wa- not
.... ...,,..,, ,-w ... ... 1 r a siniMilli no iiaitnl mt (fi tltno nr
11 'iiitiiiiiii n uiiii n m- 111 ri ...... ,1 11 11. ......,
I..I.. in it,fi..-,. uhieh i. .11.1 ,. in. ,,'tlie ear lie iieieaieu narry ' 1 . , , '
I on.. ? ,,.. ,i. ,.i, ti. ..,... Mn the second round. 2. 63, and ! " ' ,;,, ""'l
property of any one club. Meadow ltrook
won It last year, Cooperstown twice ami
Great Neck once.
Harry Ph.mio Whitney was In the
saddle for Meadow Hrixik to-day and
played a good garni . The home team
three seconds better than the best pre- e;,in"r s"
vious time for this race nnd wiped out nP win. .
the track record of 1 :3 4-5. made by ftd'".
Sam Jackson last je.ir. Among students jfc",,,, j
of form the performance of Short Grass . lny 4
will rank ns the best rrer made by a ' Sand Marsh, 1
thoroughbred on a circular tracg.
liiv lluxt.m M. .l j.
113 .J.MiT.ik'1 'JC SS 1
I08..i;ynrr. fi'l l .1
i:6..Noller .... -t ;. n
l. MiCah .Til l M l -
104 .Hayne. I x 1 s
113. Falrh'thrr T-l f.-: ?
i ime 1 :36
man tiled the deep driving game which
had nccotitilid for Ills ilifeat of William
. McLllro) In the .-mt-tinal round
.vcstciday Davis showed then that
theie was little if anything lacking In
ills lennls education, for he plaeil the
b.i-e line game as If he had been play
ing that style of tennis and nothing else
all his life Ills sharp drives from deep
court freiUeiitly came back at Doyle
line 3,squaiitig the match. The second was '
I poor I v and then m etplaymg rhe green
j fourth, fine Iron shots to the guen turn
ing tne iricK e.un time, ine uttn went
!.'. I-: t"
1 in i-4 :
Jl-I II .1'
:-2 j.io 4
151 11 5
lien; I green Into a trap, bin on the sixth
I Graham's second went Into the brook,
I and on the seventh he took three putts,
.losing both holes and becoming 3 down.
lx-wls earned a burst of applause from
1 the gallciy .11 the seventh by running
long downhill appio.u'i putt to the
T. ( , ,h.,i In the records Amain I , i . "." ea.lly Winner h h. hjr , 10 uranain wnen i.eww overpiayeu tne
,. ---- riurwuitiiir.i . nwneo Dy rnii ueri:
Is credited with a mile at Syrartise In p-nined by J J. Flanlran '
1:36 Vi. but his race was run on a trot- FIFTH KACE
ting track, where the hard surface con- For tvo.yr.oUl mie, w ,,1V(, , ,on
trlbuted to speed at the expense of the n.cn,,; hy iibs--riilinii of n each, with ls"i
1 ..... i,,.,... ihnt eallnned over It. added: five Imioiurf
Stmrt Grass has been campaigned In Q"--p w,fr
this country for two years and .ins is vrpnfl , tlft, (ayn-
his first Important victory. 'I'-'1; ij'J'J'ti.r, !"(.i"!;"rr
bred in Ireland and Is such an Ideal su r Mai
1. ... .. ,r..il.n the Pruss an Govern- 1 J -id1? ' ?''; ;
ment made, an effort to purchase him Start rood: won driving Winner, hr I , by
before Kmll Herz bought him. , ?XranTralne.TbV W R",M.diT,i,?",or'' A
There were many exciting inces to 111 ' --bran. trained by V R Mldrelev
.... .. 1 ...... i,u,rl In the ftrsl MATH HACK.
ih Pil-ice St'ible's Kstlmable got home' for three jenrolda and upward uhlch have I overran and took I, losing the hole
ViV.i I., front of lohn Whalen's Lily . ii, .,,,1 , w ivT r ' 1 A , 1 1 He turned for borne with the com-
He'ns! w'uh the favorite Dollna In tlKZ'&!S;- 4, fniSf i. I forlnhle lead of 3 up. which he held by
imiith nlnce The sti'CP eciuise caw i-t;.,, .-,.in. , iii..ii,iiimun
'? '.''V,1' ,". iii.,u.nl,i,rIr In his old .tlr. ' : - t'.-Oarner.
cniuaio imi nin-" :. 1 sien art ua. 3.
form, and keeping wen up who mo i."
he came away In the stretch to win by
Washburn also had difficulty defeat
Ing J. J Armstrong, who ln.il: the llrst w is well supported by Iler.e La Mon- I V I. If ItFGINS IMHIRLl
tagne and W. A. Hazard. Jt ton Made .
sisired eight of the goals tallied for the
visitors. Thellneun: I
Mrailow Ilrook Hoekaway S How.iid Voshell triumphnl ovr r ' so i.isi mat tne vv asiiingion piayer was
Fs urn sidr Nn 1 W A Haant. Jr. l'....i.....i. i.. .u. . i - t unable lo get anywhere near them.
Mi . H l,a i mil affile I .... lor a lime In I lie opening sot It
tM3 ,.?'.'. ".'V"! . i"f '"" ,!"''"ul 'et'tos cliampionsnip, looK,, . lf . ,,,,,,. Wl,u, he a long
Hack Pt.Pltsn.lolpli.Jr ' . .... ,... ,. ,.... ,.s .......i y i i... i.i?.
sets, to accomplish an thing will) the service
of the ollur noyie s si rvice Is just
is fast as that of Davis, hut It licks the.
the tillfornlaii'tt a
The Washington man
Charles M. Hull. Jr. In the third round. I , iimnU-lii- r.iriic.i mala. l. Knelt
fll, 6 -2 The summaries: I a.o-lly larneil coals, .' lnl hy penalties,
side of the cun. and the success of the I ttluthler. 4
shot seemed to .mnerve Graham who . Cral Middle, f,.,'- "Y,'
iimik ins uiiee jiuiii m.iii i. i-jini vnij Throi kliliirlon defrateil V M. Hall, 6 J.
anout twenty ie.t trom me pin.
Lewis also took the eighth In much the
Single. Second lrlub-K-rl "'.VJU'S;,!?,? 'VT;u":
taihrv ili'featril Airil'k It. Mail. Ji I "J ' h urn. .A.Hrt. , l.J Monlnr li
3, T fi I'rll diftated V. F. W ilsun. I lhxon 1 ltelene- L to"
POLO TEAMS CONTEST
FOR THE GRAIGHT CUPS!S;;i;i;i;;BS,s'i
Jr, b 0, k 1, it I. Murra difeiileil II
W Warner, - I. .. " t 1 1 . . i or
fOHlrd li f I'rll, 10 . t--i
Third Itouml Karl Hnlir d-fralrd !
lull, Jr. C !. ii S. W M Wanhhurn de-
ftiitrd J .1 Armstrong. J -v. '
T It. Fell drfrale.i II 1 Clllirr. " 5.
k III 61. S' II. Vonliell ilefralrd W .1
3. t. l, .x. w ,mi. neieaiHu
llliilinil tn be weak
same manner and should have halved the
ninth In 3, but tried too hard for a 2,
Dr. (Sremer, 3
20.1 ?.l .-.!
... S.",,Lrke -l M 4
.1IS..J MeTai'rt 15-1 s-1 r,
,iii),,sniiunf ... 1310
10X. .KehllllPi-rs 1.1 t.
Start rood: won driving. Winner, eh f , by
Stalwart-Helen Miller: owned by Vliinrr
Stable: trained by C. K. Moore.
AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES.
t..iii leneihs'from Marcelllnus, the sec
ond choke. Tho horses gave a pretty
exhibition of fencing, the only one to
fall being Chivalry, which came to grler
ut the last fence,
Gilford A. Cochran produced his dall
winner In Iho two-year-old race for fillies,
which was tho llfth on tho programme.
Thn fnmc of this stable for two-year-old
oiospei'ts has become so widespread th-it
for a time the Waterboy filly Queen of
the Water ruled favorite, to be displaced
later In the nuotatlona by August Bel
mont's Screnest, a tllly that had the
advantage of racing experience, It vvas
a close tight between this pair, hut
Queen of the Water lasted long enough
to beat Screnest by a head.
TSi.i l.mt nice S.IW another ISlVOrlte The rhinc. nf form nf n.imnllrr ua
hwalloweif up when Malabar was unable explained nrter he had sprendeugled his
to hold his early lead and gave way (C, in tho Great American Stakes.
In the stretch to several resolute racers I Trainer llealey said that after Camp-
headed by Stalwart iieieu, owneu u, uinre s last race he discovered that he had
August Ilelmont heard sad news yes
terdny when he learned that one of his
most promising two-year-olds bad
dropped dead after an exercise gallop
nt Helmont Park. The colt, Sandusky,
by Hastlngs-Sans Gene no sooner had
finished his work than he dropped dead,
lie was believed to be one of the hopes
of the Ilelmont Stable for the Saratoga
Victory Stable. The Bumm.ules
For mures, three-year-olds and upward:
sellliu. by siilmilptioii of 110 each, with U1
S'i'or.e ami as. Wt Jockey '!Klii.
.:.,. m. 1 . .. Ill .S III I"? 9-5 J- l-
.. ., i .i.e..ff'i n.k t.io
. im,.Lke 1-1 4 1 3'
If.i Mink... . 0-6 3-S 4
.101.. Hall li-l '1 r
tl" Collins. . Ms I !i-1 6
Tin,,, I 't
mart inn.1: won driviiiif Winner, hr. f..
.. . . .. lis, S?-linitr!
aiv Heavens, 3
n blind splint, This was t rented with
antlphloglstlne and the colt recovered so
quickly that he was able to step in
The Great American was run first
Ih 1S89, when It waa won hy August
Vteltnont's St. Carlo. Among the fnmous
horses that have won this stake are Dom
ino, Ilrootnstlck and Sir Martin.
V hlir dnv at the track is exDected on
aiari S'""i. i.- ,,i ... 7" V .. . . .. . . ,
i,r iveii o liaj EKiimaie; nwnen u , vr Tuesday, when tne rniirtn 01 .liny crown
Stable', trained by Y. Kraft ,e aci oniinodated by all trains
SF.CONl) HACK scheduled for Hockaway In addition to
Wlntleld Sterols! base Handicap; for four- the regular race track trains,
year-old. ami upward; by iiib.miitloii nl 110
;,h, "tarter, to pay .'. additional, with
tl ,) m dcii; atwiii i" 111117",
.. i ,.. VVl Joeliev
! Ilhiukeii'hiu-ir IM. O'Connor
1 i. in. ..id u liij .Pn'Aer
Vi'rir ' 131 Murphy
Martian, r.. pi Willl'im..
Ilrnlhers'e limp, I tlO. Ilii.li .
m7i 4 . ...1S1..I Jkin
An.'r,' : ''. in. VrinUiln
rhlvalrv I. , '3' "Kuril J'-i i-' 4
Coi Pled a entry. tlMlled up tKell.
Time I ijl
inrl tood'. won eamly. Winner, br it, by
Kiilsbt Urr.int-M.inna Cliart.i: ownod by
roliibald llarklle: Irnlncd In M Daly
The (Ireat American: for iwo jear old.;
i,y .uhs'llptlnn of .V) enh, ataileis Ut ad
dftloiiil' guaranteed ca.li value, j:..i0i five
If. 1-2 1"
l..'i 1.1 V""
7 1 3'
iM i'-l 4
.l V-l r.
3.1-1 10-1 S
5-1 Hi I
O'NEALS OUTLASTS BINZEN.
Hor.e and age
Ivy lllack, J...
Tiiket. ? .
Ilminle Witch. :
llnlll.tei limp I
UOIIPIISI a. Iiceeuiii '"'I'
Start food! on easily. Winner, eh. c by
IP: .! .MiT.u't
i::. Latum... .
. u; llntwell
. im Mink
, 107 .bi hut cer
115 .Harm r
7-1 ft-a 1
u r, 3-A
:i-i 7-i avi
301 10. I 4
9-J 3-2 It
IK. 1 S
!l 3 3-.' 7
30-1 a t
Vounirsler Tires In Hot i'lv Hrt
New ItociiKi.i.u. July 1, Rlllott Hlu
zen nf rordham lost to J, S. O'Neale,
Jr., In the tlnnl of the singles of the
Quaker llldge championships lit the New
Itoiiie n Tennis ciuii tnis nriernoon in a
endurance mulch, 36, 04, 2 , 4,
lllnzen played spectacular tennis ,it
the net In the llrst set, but O'Neale. took
the second. The Korrtham youth showed
u volley of winning strokes In the third.
but the effort sapped his strength to
suiii an extent that O'Neale won the
next two sets. The doubles final Is
still to be played. Nn date lias been
set for It.
New York Slate League llrsiills.
Hlnsliumton. Hi HjrsruM, , !.
Harrl.buiw, 6; Rcrsnton. I.
Albany, li Wllkeibsrrs. .
Klmlrs. 7i Utlcs, 0,
halving the net three holes and In
Increased to 4 up by winning the
thliteenth Jut as he dM In the morn
ing he lost the long fourteenth and
Graham's many friends In the gallery
began to cheer up a little.
The fifteenth vvas notable for a re
markable putt that l-wls made. Itoth
made poor tee shots and poor seconds,
hut the third shots left Lewis a yard
from thn cup and Graham's ball on the
lln almost directly In the line. It was a
threeiiuarters stvinlc with only tho side
ot the cup to putt at, and to make the
shot nil the harder tne green slopeil
awny on the side at which Lewis bad to
play. The .voungster studied that putt
carefully for a full minute nnd then "ent
the ball a hair s breadth to the right of
tho other and Into the cup. It was n
putt In a thousand, and It made Lewis
On the next glten it was Gralnm's
turn to hole a hard putt, which tie did
bv carromlii off the other hall, which
was almost In his wiy. The putt won
the hole and the match whs carried In
the seventeenth, which Lewis played per
fectly nnd won The cards;
l.e'-t is ;
Out ft 3 4 ft 4 4 4 4 39
Out 3 3 ft il 4 fl fi fi 3 in
1 .e M 1 . :
In. , 3 ft 3 4 4 IS 4
In 3 ft 3 .'. 5 4 4 ft
Tho finals in the minor divisions also
were played to-day nnd there was an
eighteen hole handicap In which two
Greenwich golfers carried osT the prizes
George H. Carlmrt gettln tho gross
with a 7! and II, Gilliam the net with a
score of S3 11, 72 Tho tie for the
medal between Graham and W, Parker
Seeley of Hrooklawn will be played off
to-morrow I ne summaries :
,i, imtilfitiNhiti IMvl.lini. Final Hound
HeLin-lId M Lewis, KldKMIrld beat Main
uel .1 Grab im. ilierinvhii, 3 and l
llentm I'.lght nf I'huiiipl'iilshlp DIvMnn,
Fln.il Hound -W 1' Seeley. Ilrnnklswn,
heat S, N I'lrrsnn Wee Hum. .1 and 3,
Second tUKteen. Final Hniinil W. Austin,
Norwich, beat -I- T Sautter, (Ireenwlch,
' Ilea tail Ulshl Second Hlvteen. Flnil
Hound--J W II Peers, WeiloKiie. heat
V W Pratt, Hartford, 3 and I
Third Sixteen, Final Ito'ind A II. Han.
.. 1 .1 ....... .1 I.- l,.,,ll,. V..MI..
IIHIlllTil. "-;ii i
'"liea?ei'i"V:i8"ht "i Third SlUeen, Final
Hound -(' ' Pearson, Jr . lireenwii h. heal
V S PHI, Wee llurn. 1 HP (31 holes).
Fourth Sixleen Flnnl Hound H. O.
Cmlt. (iieniwh'h, beat F. F. Slorn Sound
"Vleaien li'lulil "f Fnurlh Sixteen, Final
rtmiiid M .1. Warner. v- H-in best
W. F Whltinill. Ilnrtfoul, h defuul
Fifth Sixteen, Final Hound II 15. Hrad
find, Waterbury heal O II. Cnrrott,
man w. W. Oils, aotind Resell,
A, lllllln, Jr., Sound neneh, 1 up.
Doubles, First Hound CI C. Caner and
W Hand 3d itrfiMH-,1 (.' Fell and W L.
Second "lmuii 1 T It. Fell and Craig1
llidille defeated A, Ilaasforil, Jr.. and O
Salm, 3 , 6, 40; VV .1 Clothier and
W A. Irtrneil dcreateu nr. vv ito.entiaiini i
nd L. E Mahan. i 4. 6.'. N. W Nile.
and I F Watson, jr , nerratea i i
Hunter nnd C A. L, lllonne. b J. e
W Johnion and J. J. Armstrong defeated
J. S. I'ushman and H. W. Warner. 41.
t t; H F Liirpml and F. C, Ionian de-
featrri (1 t. i-.tner ana v nana a,i i 1.
i: f. .1 f M Hull. Jr.. and H I Hov
defeated W M Waihburn and W M Hall.
'hmls Will Ho Played on
Tiii'mIiiv on tlic M onilow
TWO REACH THE THIRD ROUND.
IIBJirsTKAIl, I.. I .lUiy 1 ..IOI1J ,ri- . .,,... ,, f. ,
sons came out to the Meadow Hrook I'"''' ? ' l,' ',"''' '
Club this afternoon to witness tiie polo
matches for cups offered by Vt lllnrd V.
terd.iv. The in itch lasted four
Voshell winning, 3 ti -2, '. - I. ! -
It was Vos'ieiis second vtcioiy aini ah-; ,,lluh, that glvi
deron has held the title several times vicious bounce
III the tlrt set Vohe'.l did not get his ' started s. rvlie and won the first gamo
, , , easily. The only point Do le lost In
stiol.es winking well and h.s service was , fault He
Audi i son took ml-' ,,) ,s itft three point- on Davis's
nd scoi i-d errors In leturnlng service, and the
fourth on n clean service ace
Davis was mil , 1,,. ihiMhiio by hla
jsce Anderson tun out tour straight gami-si ,4a, nni when he went to the service
.and lake the set Hue stalled off by ripping over two
I A tendcnc to wlhlness spoiled An- consecutive aces The general scheme
der-ons changes In th" second et lu e mings was about the same for the
the llrst foui games each broke through ,H.xt two games, and practically every
the othei's service, but from tlnn on ,,u , n,,. inii,s began lo settle down
Voshtll Improved and inn o ,t four f(Jr ., 0K 'tisp D.ivis, however,
gamcw AndeiMMi struggled hard to ,,,!inP,d Hie whole aspect of the slttm-
beat bis rival and two of the lasd four ,en by bis icniarliablo placing
ir.iines went to deuce, but In cio !i In- i, broke through Doyle's service In the
stance Voshell won, once at T. 3, on nfu, K;,in That gave him tho lead at
nnd ills toad lo victory It was
The third brought out the best pla 1 ..t,,. ii,,. first taste he gave the en-
uf the match Anderson tried bard to .i,,,,!.,.,, 0e n,,, lnllllaiit lennls he was
urn Wi , . ., ,,. ,,,,,..,-u -,,,,1 . .. ., l. .i .i.
Straight and Joseph P Grace known " ",'; r"Vl,r wai " "
finals ot ' ';,.. ' ., ' . .. ri i ""'."'
as the "Gralght" cups, tho
which will be pho ed on .lulv I
On Field No 1 Mnrsliall Field of ('HI-
llnaaforil ntiil flnnks
Good progress was made
I,, ,,f iho I'nlversltv Helvrhts Ten. score of 3 to 2
Ills Club which began yesterday and. Willie tills lour pernio man ni ,..
Henry Itassf.ird and L. M. Hanks got its! progress a team composed of Philip Ste
rn r as the third lound. In the second' veiisou, G. M. Hecksher. Moigan Del-
round Hassforil beat A. Shaw, t ii,,niont nnd iienry .n, r..me inu....i
i: i r.:t nml il.inU ndvanced bv , Field No. 2 and won, I to 3, over Joseph
downing II, Swain. 61, ''4, Nearly I P. Grace. Seward cary, narr i i""' vr.h.ll
all of the first round matches were ami John i-nipp
cipial lo the test and sent slashing Afler breaking through Dojle's ser-
slinkes down the inns lot pl.ti i miiei V1(. (invl seemed to go' a grasj, on th
(omits that upei Aiiileir-nn s .itiaci. situation and kept speeding up his pace
arrled off the set
e mines wilh-
polnt, a drive
the net by
less than an inch During the opening
set Dovle was unable to seme a single
point on placement
(ago and U'lllard D Straight. P U-, m ,,.. , :. also, a.id on, e H nu ' le' r
, .dv.....r In ditch ' 'Iof TlS "''"- bv winning "he n.. ...re,
i'onriir.v . '', , i, ii ii.i,V,i Thi. t winning of tills sd piactlnill iletcr- nut the to-s flf f-Hiylc1
ide ,,, the ennui ir J' fc, JW ! J" 'rXZ 1! ,1"
played esterday. The summaries:
First Hound- 11 I! Palmer defeated
S Cur, , 3, S 3, Lieut W, S. Auiler.nn
defeated W II. Walker. Jr , 01. 40.
L. II. Shuniway defeated It L. Hownian
4 S, s , f. 4; L. Crnle defeated F,
Flxman, 7 ti, ii 4, W IMtefnrd defeated
J. Slelnacher by d.fault, A l) llamnielt
drfruted J. M l.yeih. 1. f. -1 . H. J
telnkampf defeated A Mrll.rniotr, 3,
f, 3, r. 3; F Nolan defeated T Knel,
i 1, a I, L. M. Hanks defeated F F
Adam.. 0 1, 6-4, II Hw.iln defeated
L. H. Snan, li 3, 75, 1-. 1 Hrlin. de.
feateil C. I. Hlbhltte, li 3, f, 5, (1
(Iroe.beek defeated It, Hoi'kwool, rt-3.
C ;, M, li Fox, Jr. defeated C n
K,,nr, 6 3, I . 11 s. Il, M lleher de-feale-1
K. Waisnrr. 0, ii 3. Hr, W N
.leuiilnK. defeated II. N'ralloa. fi 3; 4 1,
ill, F. Norlon defeated li Sl.uiii. n 4,
'"second Hound II II Has.fnni defeiied
A Shaw. 4, I, s -3; I. M limits
defeated It. Swain. I. 64.
BUXTON IS A CHAMPION.
The winning Straight team then played
four periods with Philip Stevenson, G
M Hecksher. Morgan Ilelmont and
Henry M. Farle Thn Straight tram
again won, 3 to 2 Two fouls weie de
clared against Philip Stoetimi for
crossing his brother, Malcolm, who
scored two of the goals for the winning
set. Tho point scores and analyses
Long 1. 1 ind Tennis Championship Flna'
. 3 3 I J a I -". - 3
I, ,033141 1-35- il
Sts (Mils FPU H V II F
v 0 fi I 3
; in il o l
si:ciiNi si; r
Voshell 4 4 1 3 fi 4 fi 4 -3,-1,
i,,li.r.,,n ; o I !, 3 3 4 3 S3 3
I'l.n e s..i i I-
A n, let son
PASSAIC WINS TENUIS MATCH.
Add. ArlliilTton to Us Victim- j An l-rs,,n
..eautie Conical c..rc. il I.. S. j VoshsH
I'issxic. N J. July 1 --Fresh imm
vlcloiies over Forest
:i I 'i I t 1 i I
,',1314403 10 I
Nelil. (nil. li.ier s-
7 11 17 ii
. 13 1.' II 1
3 i'. 4 0 il I ',
I I 0 I 10 0 3
Vets Dols IMlire S
lll successive S-illliril.ljri, I .ini.iii h iiiiih
Club players took Arlington Into rump
to-day In a Passaic Valley League
series, winning throe of five matches.
Itlodirett. a veteran, ami Van lllper, a
Isolioolboy, took the dividing match,
Win Phllnilrlililn Title tflrr Ten u,,Hy beating H, Smith and F.verson,
Vears of Tr luu. 1 Arlington's crack doubles le.iui. Dixon,
Pllll.APKi.rniA, juiy i. v-ameron ji. W1ek, started Passaic on lis vic
torious J'lilllt by beating Jllchuiilson
HrcMpllulatloii -NsiH nhrl! 31,. Vnder.
Hill nml Mltle ,.''... v,h,.M. -ii- Anderson 3x I nnd the C.illfoi man. who had nut let
ln le Hnllli's I'liiel j .
Upon the start of the second set Dovle
began to play the kind of tennis that
ranio verv near bringing a victory over
ItFhard Norrls Williams 2d at Wash
Itutnn lii the spring The r. suit of his
streak of selntlllnni plav was his vvlii
nlnr the flrt three games in a row. The
rallies Interspeised Ihioimli these three
games were snnii' of uie nios. rom.irs.
15. r, able ever seen on any conn The spec-37-
I tators sat hieathb'SS as the I, .ill was
I' 1 slammed flnlll one nle of the net In the
, n'lier and scemmuly impossible gets fol
i lowed oi.e af'i r the other with the
rapldlt.v of though'
Davis was pl.ilnlv being outplayed In
this stige of the match b.v the man
1 whom be bad downed with so much
! to spare In the opening set. Doyle,
however, could not keep up tho pace
ll) II I
te.li' golf championship or Philadelphia
this nrten.oon by defeating Walter
He nobis In the final thirty-six Hole
.niteli fm- tho title over the links of tho ' lllmtnn.
.. , it. -ii.... n, oii. 1... i.n fe.lteil I
1IUI1I1IIK1IOI1 villi!' v-uuiuij i nn, i.j in,- ,.,1.,,,
Arlington's best player. In Iho tlrst match
of the series Tim slliiiiiiaiies
Plxnn, Passaic, defeated lllch.irilsnn, Ar
.1. i. 0. (llci-iin. i'.i.ealc
s'nillh. Arllnslun. ', -.1. i- .i
i .,!.... .i.,r..,i,.l -I..,,,...
.-. . .... . . i i iiiniiiiiis-. ...... -.- .- .-i
iiveiwiielmli.g margin oi v up ami u n.ie - I.
Si-rvhe aies, Voshell,
Doulile fnlllta, Vinhell.
foi an Install' begi'i 'o force to
smith llorae llion serreliirj.
' ihe front at the first sign of faltering
Ion Dovle's pari Dne slowed long
..nmuih in nermli Iiivls lo run tlirouh
Charles W Smith, who has been nc- fom. .r,,Jtrr)t ,..inics
tlve In liore show circles for many , ,, n not In the f'oni for long
years, has been elected secretary of Die j 1f4 pm.i,, , etjan to get li icl. Into his stride
National Horse Show Asso-ialhui lo sue , af,iU ,tn u. i.mer evened the match on
erisl the late James T. H.vde Mr Smith 1n ,.q,th gune Tin "ien ilu rnateil
has had consldei able to do with all the i0!i,1E ,m service foi He next 'wo games
horse shows held In .Madison Snuare i Wllj tm,n Pns (Inlshe.l the -i t b car
Gitrden and has also assisted at most of . lvnB ,,i the elev" n t twelfth
Hie unportani otnnnor iiiiwh in mis .
This Is the tlrst time Unit lliutnii has
ever won the city championship, though
he has ranked for about ten years among
the llrst ton Philadelphia golfers and has
carried off tin) sliver cross, tho next
highest honor to the Individual tllle.
Western League Kesnll..
Denver, K; HI Joseph, .
I una ha. 5. Sioux City, 4.
Lincoln, ti De. Mnln... I,
Tnpeka, 6; Wichita, 4
vvi ker and Thnnms. Aillngioii difi.i'ed
Hairy and Maekay, Passaic, .',7, ii - 3,
i; I, llliidni'tt nnd Van lllper Fassiir.
difeali'd llvi'mon and II Snillli, 6 3, fi I
Grey IkkIii Win From llotvlsoii,
4ill l.lll I'rleliclcrs Win,
I garni s In speeu) i i u,'i
Vlclor fir I foe 'hire.
'IM,.. Iwn u iinei lib 'l '""I U the
Two gamis. In Hi" series or the Vm second set 'n.nl- Davis suclv tor inoro
Cortlandt P.nk Crhkil League were and be i a" b s i u up ti. nix, inklnjc
plaved at Pelhnm Hay Park )cslerd.i. iho lea d at I " ' , "VnT
Columbia (Iviil defeated the Adult School those foui g.inn- 1 ' '"rnlan had
eleven bv 72 to f.iS. while West Side !, Inst oulv tlv " 1 abeh bo giilutsl
I rented Urn Fiilteil le.un bv 'ill lo Irt For ihe bud ill '' kllllie
George Gi.i.v . s.'i'.ilcli, again won fioni! (.0n, ,,i ny,il.' 1 1 .1 1 1 . 27 W D Mr- iheic s '"''
Lionaid llnwisoii, 30'), nt Fngllsh I'll-' tirigor. It, nnd A Gnfniih. I... did the p.nle howv
llards last night at Daly's. The score ,esi wolk w'th Un vviluw. while .1 1 m.i i.i.i ''
was .inn lo .in, Gray inadn a high rim sifeiliui; and W Vibini on ic.iibed .mpt t " ' '
of fi02 ami averaged an even 101. i doubles foi the Iosoih. J Dellei i "fiwiihlii i is
Hovvlson had a high run of 116 and he cnimnhU Gval capliircil four wickets ,.,,, ,t
averaged 5S. I for 1 1 tun", I
: ic stunning Mm.
,.l annlher (lash
- cues Davis cam,
. match three tlniaa
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