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I THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 19M.
Church and Davis Defeat Williams and Pell for the Eastern Tennis Doubles Championship at Longwood
TO FACE KUMAGAE
Washburn and Armstrong Al
so Bench Scmi-finnls at
RCH AND DAVIS WIN
PARK PLAYERS TO
COMPETE AT NETS
National Intercity Tennis
Championship Will Be
DWIGHT DAVIS'S PLAN
Boston,' July 29. Q. M. Church of Tennis and rolf player who enjoy
these reform of the prk nnve ine op
portunity thl year for the first time to
compete for a national championship.
The National Municipal Recreation Fed
eration, of which Dwlght F. Davie,
donor of the Davts cup, la president,
was formed last sprint to foater Inter
city competition for thla tltla hi tannla
and golf. It la planned eventually to
have similar matches In ether branches
To decrease travailing expenses, an
elimination process has bean devlaed,
which calla for preliminary tournaments
In each city to select Its team repre
sentatives. New York's team has not
been chosen, aa the park tournaments
are unfinished because of bad weather.
W. It. nrown. Jr.. president of the Pub
lic Tarks Lawn Tennis Association, says,
however, that the winners will be de-
Tcnafly. N. J nnrt Willis K. Itovls of
San J'Tanclseo won the Kastern doubles
lawn tennis championship at the txing
woo Cricket Cltfb to-day by defeating;
T. lf.', Pell of New York and It. Norrls
Williams 2d of Philadelphia In the final
match. The score was 4 t, t 2, t 8,
I I, 4.
The final In singles for the Longwood
Bowl, which was also scheduled original
ly for this afternoon, will not be played
until next Tuesday. The semi-final
round was reached to-day with William
M. Johnston, national champion : Watson
U.Washburn, J. J. Armstrong and Ichlya
Kumagae, the Japanese star, the sur
vivors. On, Monday Washburn will meet John
ston, and Kumagae will face Armstrong.
It looks very much aa If Johnston and
Kumagae will be the finalists, and that
GREAT NECK ANNEXES
SENIOR POLO TITLE
Led by Thomas Hitchcock, Jr.,
Its Fonr Beats Meadow
Brook by 9 8-4 to 7 3-4.
KAUAOANarrr Pirn. July !. For the
first time In Its history the Great Neck
club won the senior polo championships
this afternoon. Its four defeated the
Meadow Brook team by 94 goals to 7i.
A big crowd saw the contest, which
was exciting from start to finish. Iloth
In team tactics and Individual perform
ance It was one of the best polo gnmrs
seen anywhere In many seasons. Some
expert said It was even better than the
International cup matches.
Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.. the Great Neck
forward, carried off the Individual hon
the Japanese will be beaten by a fair however, that tne winners w. ue
margin for the trophy. termlned In plenty of time to enter the
i rcvuuinti iuui iiuuigii..
Geographical sections have been a'
Kumagae to-day reached the semi
flnal round by eliminating Chick Gar
land, the rchoolboy star from Pittsburg,
in lour sei maicn. ine "?...... .1 .i..,i v,.(n TM
Ubllshed so that the competing cities
may meet at a convenient place to de
previously beaten A. Ingraham, 6 0,
tl I, 64.
Washburn eliminated a fellow Har
vard man, G. Colket Caner of Philadel
phia. The scores were f 1, 6 1, 7 5.
Armstrong, who yesterday defeated Peck
Griffin, won over Irving C. Wright, 6 3,
Charrh I the Star.
Church, the former Princeton and In
tercollegiate champion In singles, waa
Jis star of the doubles final. Ilia net
the national title which will be deter
mined at St. Louis In Sentemfber.
The United State National Lawn Ten
nis Association kas presented a fine
trophy emblemntlc of the tennis cham
nlonehln and Walter D. Thompson, an
enthusiastic supporter of municipal golf
In St. Louis, ha provided tne golf
For this year the sectional division
according to the foregoing acheme, ha
been made as follows:
Eastern section : New York, Bait!
amateur championship this full It took
A Rfen tSn. nr.mri. an entirelv new
ora. He scored seven tallica and blocked method of handling the most Impor
everal shot by his opponents tliat might 1 tant tourney of the year. Unleas the
loiuuru m cons. . v. H. o. A. taken a bocKwarn srep,
After Whitney and Mllburn had mlsaed something It has not been In the habit
goal by narrow margin In the first pe-'of doing, two course will have to be
rlod a series of excellent oaases sent the fcmnA tar she, 117 mni.ur ham-
ball to Mllburn, who shot It between the . plonshlp, and In future years the same
post for the Initial Boor of the game. plan almost surely will be followed.
In the second period Hitchcock did Merlon Is the only club In the coun
some great playing. By long drive he try lucky encugh to possess two cham
scored two gvals and put Oreat Neck In p'.onshlp courses, so In the future two
Tne ieaa. th jteodow iirooK men clubs will have to act as novta ror
fought hard In this elon and did some the nmateura each year. With this fact
fine work, but the most they could ac- In mind It Is not a difficult task to
compllsh was to knock the ball over the predict the xenue of the 1917 cham-
line three times. plonshlp. Nassau and Piping Hock are
Just before the sons ended the third almost certnln to offer their course
period Rumsey counted for Meadow 1 Jointly Instead of separately, aa they
urook from a difficult angle and tied the rtlrl this year, and as It is tne metro-
score. polltan district s turn to hold the nma-
It waa In the fourth chukker that the teur tourney the offer of the two bin
Oreat Neck players did their best work. Ixmg Island clubs Is reasonably cer
They tallied four goals, three of them tain to bo accepted.
going through the posts after mighty . mtM . .
hits by Hitchcock. The half ended with I Course Are "Me by !.
slay.' ground strokes and overhead , more. Hartford. Conn. : Worcester. Mass,
gnashes were brilliant. Davis, aunougn , Central nectlon : Pittsburg. Cincinnati,
y. supported his part- Chicago. 1 '.a cine. Wis. Western section:
For the losing; pair Wlltlama was the
mainstay. When an emergency came he
generally rose to It with one of the bril
liant flashes of play that made his work
so sensational In the Davis nip compe
tition and In his winning of the national
Springfield. 111. ; Peoria. III. ; Minneapolis
The sectional representatives are:
Tennis Eastern. Paul B. Williams, Meld
secretary, V. S. N. L. T. A.: Central
Harry Seymour. Pittsburg Athletic As
sociation : Western. Ward C. Burton,
ilnerles title. Pell, however, had one of , Minne.-innllK : St. T.otil. nortowa H. Abe-
Ma off days, and the hard nttack of , kerii gUpCrintendent of recreation. Golf
(.nurcn una uavip, wun me nn u.-ieiii;c
of Church, decided the contest.
Kumagae, In defeating Garland, waa
rtry steady, and his great court cover
ing and baseline play were equal to the
bMt efforts the young Pittsburg player
Armstrong sustained the reputation he
hag made In this tournament by easily
disposing of Wright. Th chop strokes
for which Wright Is well known had no
terrors for Armstrong, who was gener
ally able to force the play. Washburn's
uiadlnese was too much for Caner.
Lengwooa Single (fourth round) C. S
Oariand, Pltuburr. defeated A. Ingraham,
Providence, ( 0, 61, 4.
Fifth Round W. M. Washburn. Ntw
York, defeated O. C. timer, I'lilledelphla.
11. I. 7 S.
L Kumagae. Toklo. defeated C. A Oar
laad. Pittsburg. J. 1. 1 . I. .
J. J. Armstrong. Philadelphia, defeated
L C. Wright. Boston, I. 4. I.
Eastern Doubles (final round) O. M.
Church snd W. K. Davis defeated T. H.
Pall snd R. Norria Williams. Jd, 46.
i, s. e 1, 4.
WESTERN TEAM NAMES.
Jhatoa Heads Tennis Players
Who Will Meet Easterner.
Boston, July 29. William M. John
ston of San Francisco, national cham
pion, will head the Pacific coast tennis
team that will meet the Eastern tenm In
the Intersectlonal matches nt Forest Hills
Eastern, Harry Worcester Smith. Worces
ter, Mass: Central,, Charles Evans
editor flolrrs' Mapartnr, Chicago; West
ern. A. u. Nelson. Pes Moines; St. Louis.
T, H. Behrlng, chairman Municipal Golf
Arrangements for the sectional
matches nre In the hands of a commit
tee of mnnsgement which has chosen
Baltimore as the place for determining
the Eastern sectional championship and
August 19 a the date. Therefore both
Hartford nnd New York will send tennis
teams to Baltimore to compete for the
honor of going to St. Louis.
Much Interest iias been aroused In
Baltimore at the prospect of havtn? the
sectional matches staged there. This
decision was reached largely because of
the splendid facilities afforded by Balti
more's parks, which surpass those of the
The constitution of the federation pre
scribes that the matches must be played
on public court and that the competi
tors must be regulnr users of the public
recreation grounds, this being Intended to
bar those who enjoy the advantages of
tennis our country club membership
TWO COURSE PLAN
MAY BE CONTINUED
Amatenr Championship In
1917 Likely to Go to Nns
sau and Piping Bock.
OTHERS CAN DOUBLE UP
When the executive committee of the
United State Golf Association at a
meeting held recently In Minneapolis
decided to use both the east and west
courses of the Merlon Cricket Club for
the qualifying round of the national
MARSTON IS WINNER
ON EKWANOK LINKS
Boats Nat Wheeler by Margin
of Only 1 Up in Long
OOLF IS BATHER POOR
Ventura Sails Fast in
Indian Harbor Regatta
Defeats J. P. Morgan's Grayling and Harry Payne
Whitney's Barbara Over Twenty Mile Course
on Long Island Sound.
the score 6 to 2 In favor of Great Neck,
Meadow Brook rallied In the second
half, but try a they might they were
unable to overtake the lead of their op
The line-up and summary
The sloop yacht Ventura, owned by
J George K, Baker, Jr., the commodore of
Manchester, Vt, July :.-Although the New York Yacht Hub. and sailed by
1 jk . Paul I j. Hammond, added another vir
ile waa never down nt any stage of the , ,,. ,, ,,.., 'i .,.i ...i,
long thlrty-stx hole match. Max R. Mar- j cro,a(1(, '10 hrr 1 m,u"'".::ia"
ston of Baltursol was able to win the . class In tho Indian Harbor Yacht flub , Jrlra, Wilenn MmMibII c in no
final of the Kkwanok Invitation tourney raco yesterday nftcrnoon. She defeated
v. i.. . .. whi. J P. Morgana Grayi ng, sailed by her
by only 1 up. Nathaniel Wheeler of . . ' " , , 5
Brooklawn holder of the Intercollegiate mp 6 jonds. Harry Payne Whitney'
NEW YORK Y C. "FOirntW- BTAP.T
couiim: w un.Ks.
Mslole, It. II. Plant 6 43 M
llmv.l), N H. I Hull ft 41 31
Ml.tril, II. M I-iihIkiti 6 44 T.4
rsnipani, lit, Jam lll.liop,,, f 4C in
lllark I luck, A. K ll'iimif " M .11
AURAY A DOUBLE
WINNER IN GAMES
New naven Athlrto Stms u
Benefit for flunrflsincii's
SCORES FROM SCRATCH
championship In 1913. was the golfer
who made Marston work so hard to
win, and although the scoring was
rather high, Marston'a total for the day
wa 164 and Wheeler's 17, the strug
gle for th leadership waa ao keen all
the way that the gallery which followed
the final saw plenty of Interesting golf.
It had quantity, If not quality.
Marston was ahead In the momtng
round most of the time until h reached
the fifteenth, where Wheeler squared
been plenty of excitement, first at the
fifth, where Wheeler Jumped from one
sort of trouble Into another and took
eight for the hole, and later at the tenth,
which Marston won with a 1.
The tenth I S00 yards In length, but
Marston was past the pin with a great
drive and a greater brassey, and thn
Barbara was third, 1 minute 11 second
astern of the Grayling.
The Grayling mads th beat start, but
It was In the ten miles of windward
work on the first leg of the course that
the Ventura gained th lead, and she
waa able to hold It on the two reache
3 M 3l Hector Aliray may he from our
3 .ijJ w ' ll,c "provinces," but he Is n stnr jiiv
3 in .11 j the same. It Isn't ery ofti-n Ihn n'
3 M w amateur from nn outlying frvtlon "f the
!:!& Metropolitan district can rnme dnwi-
I here nnd clean up as did Aurny In ttii
SCHOONF.IIH. I'l.ASS 1V-STAIIT
:ot;it.Ni: :o mii.ks.
tlwln IMami. U I . ft 1. -I Vt tl .
BI.OOl'S, CLAHS PSTAIIT 3:20 COUR8B 15 eports staged In the Rhrrpshe.vl 111"
Mll.cs. Motonlrome yesterday afternoon, Aursv.
Nahms, CtilMs and llanan.... I If 47 J M 47 i .), halls from the Hnvrn Ath!ti
Jnjsnt. Clifford Mallorr (II M IU!4 WM na"s rrom ,ne fw aen Athletlo
Aleda, 3. w, and K. V. Alker. 6 17 33 3 47 33 Association and recently won the Metro-
NEW YOKK Y. ('. TllinTIKS',-STAP.T 3i26 nolltan lunlor ehnmnlonshln t
-COL'RSR 15 Mll.HH.
Ulna, J. de Fortit 6 II IT
Lena, Ofden M Held 6 M tl
yards, took both the 300 and fill) yard
run, and on hoth owaslons turned the
trick from scratch.
The meet was conducted for the bene
fit of needy families of militiamen nnw
on the Mexican border There wr
The two courses are so close together
that, thev cm be uted slmulta-1 holed a ten foot putt for the Klorlous 3
neotisly; In fact, the University Club' It won the hole by a margin of tno
has played Its tourney on them twtre, I strokes.
using both courses nil day, nnd a field 1 After Wheeler had squared the match
of nwre than 10" golfers has been on the fifteenth he proceeded to lose the
s.nlnr .-h.nnlmi.Mn tnr lata Vuiim am uhl in mmnletn thlrtv-slx lioloa In the next two. and bv h.ilvlnir the eighteenth
1. tlreat Neclt! 1 davllght hours. Nnssnu nnd Piping ' managed to reach the half way point of
.Meadow brook, i oreat otpk. i . , ' . . . . 1. . 1 m .u. I u . . v. ,.. n t-L . .. .
a .., a. I, T V... T r TT I JirCK nrtvw pruri uicif miirr. ii in" inn iunii;il will uuni), Ilia vniun,
1e . pnstaa. II T. llltcncocK. Jr. . v. . v...t.n.,,. Q.u. 1
:-c. C. Rumaer :-J. vrton Wbb """ .V.,"" . sow houmj.
I-II P. Whitney. Il-Mtlcolm Stev.nain ' teur championship will have to per- Max R. Martton. llaltuarnl:
Back-D. Mllburn. Rcfc-I. F. Stodtirrt form In the future, nr.d they will b Out & 4 4 4 f
Meadow Brook (ioala parned. S. Ieaa tMnaltl. i i A, i,&i. i,.,,. a vmmw vf,Mit trh.,1., h,ni'jiiN.
. Total-7.. Oreat .Neck, .goals earnH. loi "ll: c",' ' Out. 4 6 5 4 1 1 3
ieaa penaiuea. n Total s individual on '""" J , ... 1 v. Marston:
Hitchcock. 7: Mllburn. I: Von Made, 3: Whit, Once the f.nhlon Is set other clubs . ' ' " , 44441a
ner. 3: atcTrnaon, 3; Stoddard, 1; Ilum.j. 1, n jhe metropolitan district and In other Wheeler:
renaiiies-nsiMiss tiy nmtnojr and stoaaara. . partl! of thf country will Join with their In 4 4 I 4 8
..,-r.. . opi-n, an, . ,..i,ng n,Khbori n M(.r th amateur oh.im-1 It was a pretty fair light for the first
1 within n stone's throw of each other t''.cy reached tho turn Marston nas jtill
and both have courses of championship 1 rllnelng to his lead of 2 up. The tenth
either a lack of sympathy with the
cause or a lack of knowledge thnt th"
3 M 32 , to the fore ten yards from the tape, ard
3 19 41 ' beat S. I.abou of the Glrncoo A f by
TWO VISITORS WIN
Kingston Clnb Is Host
Members of Hudson River
length They undoubtedly will be In
the field for the big tourney within n
Of course the National and Bh'.nne
cock course" could be turned Into a
thirty-sis hole circuit more easily than
nny others, the only thing standing In
i It 17
I 31 M
that completed the twenty mil. course . f u.nlt. John T iv.t, .. .... j 33 0, , 07 n
The wind was from a little south i okee lit., I.. (). itameralej. ... 5 36 37 11137
oast at the start, but It canted to the Hifl0P8i CI,A8S Q-START 3 iJS-COURBl! 15
southward during the first half and to MILES.
the southwest for the last half of the,Artla. O. C. Ifallor 5 44 51 I l 6S
course Vlnilnls, R. R. Kudd 5 38 31 3 13 31
Plfty-elght yachts started In the race IIANIiltjAP CLASH ri.tKT pVIOK
and a.l finished before sundown. The .. STA.nTJ f 0,J 1 u " f" " ' .
In the meantime there had winner among the "forties" was II. H. ,",n"',S' nlm.a . " " 5 1? 3 4? 09 ! eet 'n'na helng held, for the onlookers
1'lanlM Mnlslc, sailed by uuy iineii. ,,.(,,) tlme-Carolina. 3.10 13; rontlec, I scarcely outnumbered the nthletes.
She defeated Dr. Jainei Illshop's I'am-1 :44 1 . , . . ,
paro by 2 minutes 33 seconds, sailing HANDICAP, 5KCOND DIVIHION STAHT 3:35 1 Auray won both rares In s'd t'me
over the same course as the "fifties." -(uriWR It Mll.r.s, land was forced to put forth h!n best ,f.
,hJ!!r J..-'! J,J'r; ItSsJZ- ,A' f 2 2 Ittlll forts, m the yard ovent he jmr.,
J. de Forest's Minx In fl minutes 3C sec- w -f. 'f't. g 3J 33
ondS. , i'o.it, 'll Wrnlliixer.. 6 34 41
There was some close work In the r Corrected Iliuu-Mwllater, 3:3S 03:
class. Chllds and Hanan's Nahma. which s jn-ci. riare, s:4l.w, Coot, sn.oij
has been a consistent winner nil season. IX.. ..u l..
did the trl-k attain, hut .ho wa. only HANI'ICAP CI.AJBS. Tiltrtn ljtMSION
able ,o beat ,h. Joyant. sa led by I. ,lnhln mU'
liuriou nan, oy oo 6 33 33
fifteen mile course. The winners In the I oimnsh. A" j'lVes'ly!."'.." f. 35 a
other classes were the Virginia, m corrected tlmea-Oseemah, 3:40;15i
Carolina, the Mediator, the Ogeemih, i HokI. 3 u 19.
the Uarbara (C. shields), tne rep. me lllCHMUNT INTnitCI.l B STAHT
LULimr, ii i i.r.o.
i:' Par, U Valentine 5 35 SS
Yuron. W. 8 Mlltitoh 6 35 4H
Ilarbira, C Shlrld 5 35 31
INDIAN 11AIHIOU FOOTCI.AS -f-TART.
S:4S. COl'KSE. 5 MII.ES.
Bubble. R T Hllley S () 4.1
Pep, W II. Chllds 5 : 31
Comrade, A (i II man S J7
Jnelt I,' t..inlrrn. 1. II Dyer S si SI
Uava! IV. f Hopkins.... f, 35 )
lUwk. R. F. Slaven . . . -. 33 ni
Miap:(T. J D Clrmman ... i 41 4 1
INDIAN HAItllOll OI.D ONK DKSION ' Dutka,
.taut : u KiritMi, 4 mu.i; third.
Osseo, the Iteverle, the unai ana m
NEW TORK T. C "FirTinS'' BTART I.0S-
I UtllM. -W Jill. !..-.
I Tarht and Oimer.
liarl ara, II I' Whitney- g '
Ventura. Ceorte 1 llaler. Jr. 6 II
he won, becoming 3 up, but Wheeler took
the eleventh In 3 to 5, and It nas back
to : up once more.
Stymie Doesn't Help Wheeler.
Neither played the twelfth well nnd
the bole ended with MnruMn lunintiic n
tO T na,or "I1 ," '.fmVi 11 T.l. ymle. to halve the hole In fi. The
, hem being their Inaec-ss blllty and the fjeertuX Jump mai!p Clll, , ,hot on
' laC. i ,l;unJ:lcnt. accommodations for h h , Janyay 0, ,n; ,htrt(.Pnth
3 :i m
3 :i 3t
3 :i it
SAGINAW AND FRANCIS o
PILOTED TO VICTORY
about a yard In 32 I-5 seconds.
The (!0( yard race was n more, strenu
ous affair for the Nutmeg Stater O
llnwklns of thf S.ileni-l'resceiit A. C,
who had nn allowance of tv.enty.flve
yards, unleashed n sprint In the tlnsl
fifty ynrds and nearly caught Auray
napping. However, the New Haven en
try was not to be denied and came hick
with n sprint that sent him over the
line a winner by Inches.
t'nder the handicaps H. Srhuter of
the Swedish-American A. C na m'fh
too goo.) for the field In the two tr'ln
run Schuster was allowed the r.i'he
llbcral start of HID yards and he jut
: (3 walked home Ho look the lead a th
; 4A ?? mile and his advantage was ne-.cr
3 M n? j threatened. Terry Halpln of the Morn-
K ll I ingsitie ,. i . was second and I, p
Hung.trlan-Amerlran A. (',
3 41 33
1 k :i
3 50 55
3 M it
2 US 31
3 43 34
When the new Blind Brook course
1 Is finished that club may Join hands
, with Apawamli. nnd other combinations
of neighboring clubi will surest them
selves as the uouli.p course plan proves
Its usefulness, us It Is eure to do. Oar-
KiNdirroN, N. T., July IS. The mem-
hea nt th v.rlAila lliha which lieloni?
to the Hudson U'.ver Oold Ass.clntlon den City and Cherry Vnlby also will
lost the hole, becoming only I up.
Wheeler was the one to falter on the
next hole, however, and weak putting
cost htm a chance to hold Marston to
goner captured tne hole snd was r m
On the llfteenth. however, Marston
overpl.ned the green nnd took i'..
hole ami putting
Win I.enrtinsr Classes in At
lantic Y. C. Races Off
.co. ii i: M.ni . . . m: 4
aoui. r.ie & llu.k ,. r, 1. m
W.ihi.i H Outwaier f, 11 33
WatinMS. Waller Ilu.he.. . r. ;i :n
Minnehaha, .1 U Jnbn.on . r. 13 1.'
lluihiutu-e. J W !,owi. . . f. II 14
biloine, J Whlltloej ! 1 10
OIUKNTA ONK liESir.N'-START.
COrilJK, 5 MII.KS
Alcjone, K. 1' Cmtard 4 11 .'"
Keverle. A llnerf I II 1T
Teal. J. Hi.lr 4 11 3.1
Thne. A 1. Snow 4 (I
Alice A K. rtrlfhn I ll 43
AMERICAN V C DORIES-START.
Ctll lti-K. ( .MII.KS
: u 4J .
There were two bicycle racer, one b.
3 In I Ing a scratch affair. In wh oh Jerrv
: i .1 Minr.lata rodo the two mil's to vlctorv
a i' V ' ,n 4'!'-r'- A six mile handicap wen'
S 31 10 1 ' Tom "elln of ",p '''done Spirt'wi
1 SI 17
1 31 IT
1 31 .11
1 31 37
1 31 13
i Itall.ina, the scratch man T Kcineclie
of the Acme Whc-lmeti was only a whel
!. A. frlaub of the American Walk,
ers Club accounted for the two m le
handicap for "pe.ln ' The HUnim.irlcs
Van. A Vandrrl.im
he slender lead of t up. The 'ltaltusrol That the yachtsmen of the lower hay k "a""'
rolfer captured the hole snd was : up are glan to set back Into the racing jj II riro-ik. "
HAN BEATS JOHNSTON.
become championship to.ib!lltles
Around llcton several opportunities ; Wheeler taking th
till Jl'llllllK i"ut-v.i I'llT-lll I .IT-Iitri ,-3.
Urae Hurn. with Its i,50n yard course.
Is not more than ten mlnut'S by auto
mobile from Woodland, nnd as the lat
ter club probohly will have forgotten
Its differences with the U. P. a. A. be
I fore many months, the next time the
were the guests of the Twiaalfsklll club
to-day and played In an eighteen hole
handicap. There were about thirty golf
er on hand, divided Into three classes,
according to the rules of the association.
The winner In Class A was C It. Stull
of the home club, whose score was SO
S 7S, and In Class B L. Carpenter Tf
iA.vt,nn i,f with as ii aa inmh.,1
visitor. T. E.' Allen of Dutchess, won In amateur championship goes to Boston a rcal n)fht of t00 for ',, .,,, 'ff)rti,r fl
Class C. with 912665. , It may be a Brae Hurn-Vt oodland af- , i wn(.h havp fton ,hn ho)e unA tY v
The member of the Twaalfsklll club ,
presented a cup to Frank Coykendnll t'Rk
thla afternoon In recognition of the many r,, 1
things which he has done for the club.
pamo was demonstrated at t'-e Atlantic
Yacht Club estfr.liy For the past
fmtn.ght there Ii.ih been tin racing b'low
4 13 :
i r: lo
I 41 01
4 4) ::.
genre In gtrls;ht gets l TcdbI
Tonrnnment at Edgemere,
Alrlck II. Man. Jr., defeated Charlea
Virtors on Links of
...nrA.i ... ,i...a tlm (Marts S vachts Cyrlc
rt.inr,. a.ri,. i.i. 'u'. "lr "'i' """ ."'."".""..:
- ; i too hard anil popped nut Instead of In. t"k urn prise, in- nncii
,"ZeJZ. ,xi I WOmenJ Marston holed his putt for a half In f. , creased by the first appearance of loafer
plonshlp will be played T " , thB rlals, lls y,ar The yacht was
o are near neighbors snd Arrrnvoov unt-vn ""I'd by (iherardl nav'.s. Skylark won
nm Anwnt i nd 6. tt was announced to- 1 1.. Johnston. Jr.. In the third round of the
Amm I Invitation singles at the Edgemere Club and R. s. i'oriar, w. It. I).lhanty,
DEAL Qualifying reund for Altanhurst
cup James B. Ragan, Jr., 1317, 75, and
t'lerra a. i-rcmi. , i. la, uea ror ine ieao,
i -.-- n r.nr.i.nl tbe etrdnv nffernoon. 'Man was In STden i Lyons and 8. II CoomHa, tld at I, tor
vni.i .v -.. -. . . . . : l f hlrfv.B.cnna nlac
West are Ward Dawson, l Angeles; did form and allowed tne rormer Amnersx " ,. ' ,..fc. ,hv ,
W. E. Davis. C. J. OrlfTln. H. V. D. Johns, star little opportunity to get set. John-1 r-v"?. Tain'oSC
R. I Murray ana HOiana Itoueris, an oi s;on won oniy nvn nunr. in nn, ui .w.
8sn Francisco. li'lng 68, i.
To the Eastern team a announced Charley Chambers defeated A. J. O-
last night, consisting of Fred D. Alexan- tendorf In the second round, but Cham-
dr and Karl Behr, New York : Q, M. hers' triumph wa hortttved. In the
next rouna ne reii Derore Annur a. juac-
I'herson, who Is said to hav ones been
the champion of Russia. MacPherson
I national chains
In October, also
could join hands with profit I
Two nthor Boston coiirto-s that onuld
be combined nre Myoptn nnd Ussex
County. .Myopia always hn been rec
ognized ns one of the test courses In
the country, If not the best, nnd but
for one thing, th lack of accommoda
tion for the players, would have held
the amateur championship long ago,
F.esex County has the accommodations
now, fio Myopia with Its neighbor's
aid may be the scene of an amateur
championship nt last.
himself right bick In the tight, onlv to the Nar' -ws on nrcotirt of the annual
put a ball out of bounds on the 'six- race w.k of the t.arohmont Yacht lub.
teenth, the tmstnkc costing h'm the ho'.o Yfstetday saw a reunipton of racing
Marston began the seventionth In the with n rcrd fleet of th rty yachts at
comfortable position of dormlo 2, but the slatting line of Sea (late.
lost the hole and Wheeler was left with I On corrected time Saginaw was tne
a fighting chance for victory. He made winner ntnong the handicap yachts of
rrt division, in rr.e reu'imi mw-iou
winner wa Frances, on corrected
I 11 31
1. 1: i.i
ivtnl. r. l.T-iii" .
STAR CLASS-START 3 l
Zcte. 0 N Elt'er
uuth Wind. W J Millua-h.
snipper. A Iel.n :d
VENTURA IS LEADING
YACHT AMONG "50'SM
30n Yard D.h ll in Heap Won hv e
Alirav Vmi fMi,i 1 1 ...1. . u
1 33 I.ah.'ii, rj1eii. ..e a i- m varli .'on t
I 4. I ' Kddle l-nv'e Irlah 1 r-
1 34 ft' yardm. thlro T'me t: t-s . ni
! V V,' I T Ml e Walk. II H nd'.'.ip W..n h 'I
1 1 .11 , t Cr'.!.!!.. American W-iIlfem Art,.tnl n
ihiiiii e 41
In. . .
t 4 4 I I 4 7 4 441
6 5 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 44 S 143
among the knockabout. and the Star
fleet was led home by Shadow Alcyone
won In the third dlv.slon of the handicap
clas and Viva led homo the dingles.
I Thi summary :
Commodore Baker's Boat, Wns
Top Scorer at Larclimont
Y. C. Kefyatta.
(40 ardi K '.u're imitri'h.i
Hrd",. .e-ipd .1 I. Ar.iinn.'n I'a.tlm. A
3 14 31 ' no jir.. Hi Time i: i- j.-,
3 17 W Ti .H Hi l'-,Md:.ap W...I " II
! K S3 , . Vl"e Sie".li . rl. an A " ' 1'"
.iri. Tr-i 111 i I, Mi'l'nj,! ' A C
Hi va-.l.i. id I p Dink, it ii..
KsrUn-Anierlcan A i;. it0 xrdal, third
Tlmf, 9 45 3-1
Two Mile Amateur Hike Race, Scratch
Won by ,Irry Nnnzlat'a. unattarhed; .V:
.on John. or, 7'nlone ItaMana eportlva.. ..c
ond; Tonv Uelo. I'nlone liallana Pportlva
third Time. 4:4$ 1 r..
r.OO Yard Hun. Handicap Won bv 1I
tor Auray, New Haven A A. (acratch) O
Hawkln.. Salfm Cre.cent A. C (35 yard. .
.econd. J Huldnnelr.. Ilrooklyn A A its
ynrd. third Time, 115,
SU Mile Hike Hace, Handicap Won v
Tonr Hello. I'nlone Italian. Sportlva
(aeratrhl. I'. Iti.neke, Acme Wh m-n
(100 vardsl, .econd, A A'.tardt. Emr"
City Wheelmen (40 yarda), third. TIt
14.17 3 5.
Church. Tenaflv. N. J. : Nathaniel Miles,
RAaton: Watson M. Washburn, New
rork. and H. Norria William 2d. Phtla-
damhta. th executive board of the Na- will not admit the chart. Th ram
tlonal Ltwn xennts AFsociauon w-viuj
added Theodore It. Fell of New York.
MCE 0UTR0WS RILEY.
Oolasnots Coach Beats Veteran Pro-
fssslonal In Three Mile Bace.
aUBATOOA, N. Y.. July !9. James H.
Rilev. 71 years old, former professional
rnvlni chamnlon. was defeated by a Third Round Kred O. Anderson da.
scant half length bv J m It ce, G4 years feit'd fred c Biiii. 1 . :
I nail nriiFin u . ii. . , defeated Frank I.ourhman.
old and coach of the Columbia unuerslt . , - , Merrill 1111 defeated
crews, In a three mile sculling race on fr.lnk C Rtrohei. I 7. 0: Arthur f . , j. ,;Cond, J, stokes. Jr.. snd Mrs. f-nyder,
Lake Lonely, near rsaraioga t.ane, io- .naci-nerion oeieaiea unnni i.nmu.i.. 107 34. sa.
Amv f. i, tj AirirK ii, eian, Jr., u.ip.irn
i'.. v . . Charles U Johnston, Jr., . 43: Ed-
Riley, who wa conceded a handicap Jnun(1 F,man ,f,ated O. A. I Dlonne.
of one minute by his opponent, rowed a t- 3, 5, Kenneth D. riich'r defeated
Edgemere Club Tnvltatlen Blngls (first
round) K. J. Stern defeated J. McLough
Iln, 52. 76.
eecnnd Round Charlea Chambers de
feated Al J Ostendorf. 61, Si Charlea
U Johnston. Jr., defeatad K. J. Stern,
f 0, 1: E. J, Flxman dafaattd Ilanja
mln M, Phlillpa, . 76. 61; Ralph
1,. Ilagga defeated Dr. William Roaenhaum.
'. 3, 42 ; Kenneth D. Fischer defeated
Clifford niihon. 1. 40.
Chtraao fan Offer Malts.
Palmer. (.'. II. Iladiock. A. A. Denlco. Han
dicap, eloea A C. II. Hadloek. 8S 13. .
Clan B C. Jooit. 8 20, 7S. 1 .... ... .. .
OREENWICH - Qualifying round for "?r"r!l "uX u l.Tnl,uUJ2!l"
Trueadals cup O. P. I.ynda, Tfl 4, 73. sems to be the only Philadelphia pos-
nd It. B. fiDcn, n is. iz, tim ror (liiuiity, dui 1 nicagn can .nor a nutn-
round t. n. st.wart beat J. M. iliaa. Jr.. wtstern rsiiroaa. and ir tney are or
1 up. Consolation, final round C. E. fltnf
4 3 4 3 6 4 6 4 641 2147
The finals In the other divisions also
were plaved In-day and n big field com
peted in the eighteen hole handicap. The
Hrnok!an 1 up,
lleaten sixteen of Firat Thirty. te,
Final Round Oeors E. Mora. Rutland,
h.at c. s Clark. Ekwanok. 3 and 1.
Third Matetu. Final Round W. It.
Gardner 2d, HufTalo, brat 11 C. Klli.
llro'ktnn, 5 and 3
Heiten Klglit Third Sixteen. Final Round
vigorous race nnd was not overtaken , William Harteye, 34. 119, 61,
until near tne enn 01 ine course, ne
lhed strong, nice' time was 22 min
ute 22 hi seconds.
rred Wllllama Injured.
CRICAOO. July 31. Fred Wllllama. the
Chleago National centre fielder, probably
will be out of the game .-viral day a
the result of an Injury to hli wriit. aome
a Mil bonea of which It l f'ared were
broken by a pitched ball yeiterday.
MISS GROVE TAKES TITLE.
and It. B. Playback. IK) is. 73. tied for Mldllty. nut Chicago can ".tier a nui
firat place, a'ld nat acorea of Tfc or under ber of combinations such ns the cl
qualified. Topping cup O. P. Lynda. 7 ; -. nodf Clllh nnd HheBton Cnnri
4, 73, and H. B. Playback. HO I. 73, tld. i cago (loir 1 inn and vt nenton. UJtiri
HACKENSACK-Pra.ldanfa cup-Flr.al f .thlfk ,0.1?.,h' Jim-..f.Jhf
chainnloiKthlti callbrn they also can iret
ford beat O H. Wllllama. a and I S. Mixed together for the purposo of holding the
fouraomea Tie at M between Mrs. T. It. h, ,-.,
Thomas and C. A. Newkirk and Mra. w H. " . V 7 . .
Cana and S. V P. Wllllama. Tha former ' At Merlon In September the two
pair won play off. I courses will be used only for the quail-
H TDK WOOD Praaldent'a eup Walter fylng round which will be played on
Whitehead, 1714. 71i C. J Hand, 101 1 Monday, September 4, No pr llmlnar)
33. II ; W. II. Nlachwlt. 10211, l. I qualifying round will be needed on Rat-
NASSAU Four ball handicap J. R. j urday, Peptember !, nnd so hnlf of the
Mt.w..i.i. ii 1 7 1' medal play which made the Detroit tour
PI. A INFIELD Fweepatakee H. A. Rob- . ' ' ti.i0,.. . th tset will he
Inaon. l 37. 7f, D. II. Rowland. 16 31. I nc .H. y"u; al lM "Utnet will lie
74; W. W. Corlell, 1721, 74. eliminated. Kvery entrant will play
nTnriii-nTinrMi..A (. n,.-w.. 1 thirty-six holes. elxhteen on each I
bv J. K. Hale and Mra. Newman, B8--t. course on Monday, September 4, and
Poth courses will no in ut.c all day. vvitn nayaldo
tho oualirvlnc round once out of the
nUMSON Women' challenge eup. ml-1 Wny the match play rounds for the 1
1 L DoufTa.ri and i. Mr so,.t will me'et I 'l'lrty-t 'kllful enouch to qualify will HATSinr, h. I., July MAfter being
Mra. J. K Ileeti 3d In the flnal. I begin on Tuesday morning. All match nway for the past two Saturdays at the
According to the point scores for the
HANDICAP CI.ASS-FIRST HIV ISION- . recent regatta of the I-archmcvnt Yacht
START. :W.--orRSE. u ii M II.K I club, announced yesterday, the Ventura
Flnlah 'time 1 '-.Ton the series for New York Yacht
t..m .nd Owner H M H M S Club's fifty footers. Commodore Tlaker's
IJoy 1 Ssuvate nnd Darti . 45 03 3 A3 ilat acored 16 points while the Harbarn
ailna J K Rlrch . .. 5 13 . accounted for II. the Grayling for 1 1 and
1 I.a Culnna. 11 llrnnander.... 4 2 ' ,1 e -v.. ...1 ,i,.
Flr.t Thtrty-two. Final Round- Max It. I Corrected time on Jot. ! Snsinav ; " ' '' ' . . Mch
M.r.inn ihini.iiii. kMi v.ihi.i.i ivk..i. 1 u i.a Cnhana. 3 11 on. i llarbara were the only craft which
1 1 1. " n .. , . . I ............. r . r-.- T.-1 l-fl llllMflTflV'
ll.?ilUAr I. I.A." r.i w.'f '''''
START. S Of-COfRSK. 7 4 MILES
Mar. W Ander.on 6 00 42 1 M 42
Francea S WlcUe. . JJ
n.i..l- n r Knmm, ... R 02 44
Wcnnnih, F. A PlunUett. . 5 03 54 1 M 64
I'., i- 1. imilrfinr . 5 22 30 3 t7 3"
Wahk'an II . C K Mlchwla. 40 (,1 : j:. 59
GRUNT BEST FISH YACHT.
I.rads Wny In Seananhalia-Corti.
thlnn Y. C. Itacr.
Orrrrjn Hat, I.. I.. July The third
race of the second eerie for the yacht
of the Seawanhakn-Corlnthlan Tnch:
RoAche:.erlrdNW"nr' T r"""'l e. -lime" on' Fr7n..J M :11 We
f. ':"'" ' " '' ' ' " " ... ... . .Co c t,-r ,.,nrniTItT?
Kichteen Hole Handicap E. W Clark
3,1. likwanok. 771. 7; F It .lennlnsn.
Jr. M-iunt Anthony, S3 4, 77, M. rred
vronnell. Alpine. II e. 7 C l. Stennrt,
Mohnk. -, II, W. Vim CMef, HI, h
mond Cnuntr. 92 10. 2. M I, Fenrv.
iariten Cltv. II . 42: It. I. IMa.id. I
Dallas. II 9, 42: C 11 Iieein-th. Oakland. 1 Skylark. C Piatt
I01--14. 13: V A. ProrTorl, Apamunl., .Mouse, It F supper....
S4 9. 15, D. F MannlnK. Harden Clt, X tra. S R Church
10620. 14. Poke Alnna H ', Pimm
I An X, It riisiinoti
7 6 MII.F.S
Cvrle. C Hnllln.heid , ..
Si A F II , J H Wriaht
Loafer. II A lUHIock..
. 4 13 B 1 41 IS
. r. r.t 24 l tJ 24
...5H 20 3 0 X
wl r rtl tn nil f1lA rncaR fnt Ihm p!ai4
Among the New York Yacht Club s I r;'un wa" """" "" entre isiann to-day
fortv footers the lender ! the Mnlsle. ! The wind was light nnd from the south
55'; 'with 3S points. The Juanlta and the Among the fish yachts the winner wa.
' ?i " ,. ,,.. . . ,.,,. i..i I Grunt, the nroperty of Samuel T. Phaw
In the New York Yacht Club's thirty 2nl' ,w0 of the. outlaws started. BUC:
foot clas. with the Minx winning the Spot won. a nil Hones the other yacht
(Iherardl Pavts cup with 23 points. The I ln the clas. was disabled and had to
Nahma take tho lead In Clasu V ana tne "niiniarj
Arvla In Class Q. The score are aa
80 FOOT CLASS.
, 5 00 02
, 5 03 62
I 13 13
A 11 14
AMATEUR SAILORS BUSY.
Y. C. Member Driume
nnclnc at Mlt!e Neck Hay.
1 46 02
1 44 62
i ri ii
3 01 11
SCARSDALE Hall swseralakea Claaa A. rounds will ne nt tnirty-six noies. nut J.archmont 1 acht Club tlm amateur sail-
C, i:. Hyatt, 1614, 7!; Claaa H, A. Chtl- they will bo played entirely on tile older ors of the Hayslde Yacht Club retimed
dreis, 9133. 71. 0r east course, the wen co'iro being racing on l.lttle Neck Hny to.ilay The
WEE BURN Club champlonahlp. final flnipjied as soon as tho qualifying round usual classes filled and the Corinthians
lDunai'. Vll.llli'il . . ,.n .
3 Tl ' Buchan.n beat ; Burgoie lUmn TonT ' the championship ly n day. will then the fact that the wind wa, light.
I and 2. have been accomplished, nnd tne two summary
wvlfiflTT Tl.rn.r cuna. wlnnera. fir.t 1 uts plan wui nave ran, na nr
Parlt J tne umrmnr .i ,,,v,, 1...-..
nraoklrn and Manhattan to change placis
In th standing of the Melropolll.in District
Crackat League. Manhattan l now the
liadar by a small percentaco by lrtue of
having played one more game than their
opponenta. Both teams failed signally at
tha bat snd the howlers held the ndtantage
throughout, with Manhattan ulnnlns by
Th'fCreseent Athletic Club gained a vie.
torv over the Benaonhurst eleven nt tllmer
Park, defeating lie opponents by n margin
of lit runa. The game wis featured hv
a .pUndld compilation on the part of W
F. Jackson, who defied all effort to ills
lodge him and waa not dismissed until he
had acored 10 runa,
Th Weat Indiana easily defeated the
Windwards at I'roapect Park, totalling 07
,.in.t 44. The game waa featured by a
Defeat Mr. Bailey In Wratcfcestar
Yovsiias. Julv 29. In the flnal for the
women's lawn tennis championship of sixteen H. Howland. C. A. Tlmewell, O. n. ' real test
Westchester county nt the Park Hill Northrup. (I. k. Manny, j. m. mnwuaie.
Country Cub thin afternoon Mis Mar- R',;n''olrefhnT;.,n,e,S-!f & "'"""r- Oo,'" '
gsret Orove defeated Mr. A. M. Bailey, , 0 FoXt 0. F. Lewis, n. II. Ferguson, Hhetton Woods, N. H., July 29. nr.
C 3, 6 1. I,. As new. Third sixteen C. R. aillett, ; p. i), Hallny of Ilrooklyn won tha first
Miss Orove proved early In the match i ' i' 3u,r)r'. i.m,.I'.i:. JLJ S." graveyard hnndlcap tournament this
by T. v. uermingnam
, or ue pianien on nione aier a
JERSEY TITLES AT STAKE. drhe from th twrnty-flrst tee. Joseph
I'urcell, n fellow llrooklynlte, and P. I..
i Anderson of New York tied for eecend
Newark and Jersey City Nine to incr.
Rattle for supremacy,
! STAR CI.ASS-STRT. 3 21- COl'RSK,
Shadow. W T. tn.lee 6 11 36 I 55 14
Meteor. R II Flnlay 14 62 1 JJ 2
a Star. .1 W Christiansen.. 5 17 56 1 67 f"
Nereid. C I. Il-uley r. 2? 15 2 02 15
M.IMXC C, I. Heilon .. .5 23 3- 2 1
Mur.nl, C I. Al'nin.on 6 23 f2 2 '3 2
HANDICAP CI.AS -THIRD DIVKION-
start. :r. coi'RSK. :s Mll.r.s.
Mavouriieeti, J AD Tailor.
Sunbeam J C l'.crce . . ,
Aleyon, R Roeea
Is over. The main thing, the shortening had Interesting finishes notwithstanding si'bler 11 I' A .Martin...
, lliriC'ieu nine .i.u...
i r.een. 3: Sunbeam,
5 3". S.1
5 J." 2!
5 It 01
5 61 0i
, 21 .W
3 10 K
! 14 22
3 2', 0
3 64 30
It M S
thnt she was altogether too versatile ftr
her rival. Miss drove ha won the
A cricket game replets wlih atartllng c(mnty title on several occasions.
aluTes waa played yeilerday at Prospect .
OLYMPIC FIELD GAMES.
II. . C. Nine and Trenton to Play
Two teams that have not been seen In
action n a Manhattan diamond this sea
son will be featured In a double attraction
nt Olympic Kiel.; 134th street and Fifth
avenue, this afternoon. Manaser Harvey
has arranged to have the Department of
Ftreet Cleaning nine and tho Trentona
clash with the Lincoln Olanta. Tho D. S. C.
team lias unite an aggreiratlon nt star ball
tntsers on Ita roster, and should be Mile
to force the Lincoln to the limit. The
train has a big following, and aa a result
will not be left In, tha rear when rooting
Is Indulged In.
The Trentona laat year played threa
jramea wun ine i.incom mama ana won
Col?"-n' grnveynrd hnndlcap tniirnnm
who finished all season on the llrctton Woods ootirtsn
Willi a handicap oi i ami a gross score
START Ms-COl'RSr, I MII.KS
11 M S
ton S ft 4
r. 42 M
6 44 37
.. C 4.1 10
1 63 44
1 62 Oil
I K 37
3 on io
Yht and Owner.
SVylark, W s. and J. W
Curley, C L. Wlllard. ,
Teaser, A Ncsbltt
Wo,,f, W Teller. Jr
STAR CLASS-START 6 :S0-COCRSi:
Southern Cross, II, Fnnke
Aria, li. AMiott
Taurm, P lt-n"n
Slionttnc Slar, K Crorahle,
Star Light. J Johns
iiavsidf. nnr.s-srART 3;6.woritsi;
6 41 M
, 6 46 04
, 6 44 S3
, 6 M 33
I 63 04
1 64 17
1 V. 0
5 M 31
2 if. 10. Hue II . 2 J.':32.
Nl'.W YORK CANOE CLI1R DISCHIES-
START, S.26 COl'RSK, 3 MILES,
Viva, Ocnrte Reiners .. ,, I 37 6J 112 63
Mercury, J J. Rcmmry .. 4 45 03 1 20 09
DEGN0N FIELD CARD.
IMHsnrlrt Nine Will llnsh With
lleicnon tirnys Neat Sunday. j
ii tfl.lt. maiisrer of the Demnn nmvs I
" Lot k Island Cltve i haniplonstilp idne, ur.
r raneed sester.liy t" hi the crack Pitts.
" tl.ld club tinkle th Ufannn Urayn this
ufliTnoim. 1 lie riusnrni nine in i-nin piise.i
1 entirely of former i;.itern nun .e ran;.
N. T. T. C.
Orayllng. til Carolina, ; Ventura. ll
N. T T. C. tO KOOT CLASH.
Zllph. :S. Mistral. S4: Pauline. 'BOs
Bhawara, 14: Malsle. 8S: Pamparo. 31 ;
Rowdy, Jessica. 27i Black Durk, 11.
N, T. Y. C. .10 FOOT CLASS.
Alera, SO; Silhouette, 82; Iamona, SB;
Juanlta, S7; Ina. S4; Okee, 2S; Minx, S7;
nanxal. 1.1: Adlos, Sft.
N Y. T, C. SO FOOT CLAPS OHKRARDI
Minx. 28; Juanlta. 1ft: Adlos, IT; Lena.
20; silhouette, 12, Oloe. Alera, 12; ls
mona. A; Hanzal, 4, Nautilus, 0.
Nahma, It; Aleda, n; Joyant. 10.
Arvla, IS; Virginia, 8; Comet, 6.
HANDICAP, FIRST DIVISION.
Anita. Id; Carolina. 1A: Waaaka, a; Pon
tiac, ll- Sachem II., 12; DMchesa, 13,
HANDICAP, KCOND DIVISION.
Sally IX., 3.1; Mediator, 11: Clare, 11; Red
Wing, IP; Ariel, '14; Veda, 2H, MI-non.
27; Coot, 2.
1 Cygne, 7, Yuron. 17: Hamburg II.,
2B, Wild Thyme, 10, Whiff. 21. Ilaihara,
41. SUd, 14, rVbar. 41.
Subject to protest derisions.
FISH CLASS-START l:0S COCRS1 4
Yacht and Owner,
Grant, B. T. Saaw
Periwinkle, n. R. Haja ..
Nahma, Ilntler Dnncan
Shark, J. P. Morgan
Skate, Smith and Cood ....
llarracnda, De Forest Hick
Manatee, A. Stranss .
Sabalo. Dr. Plsliep
Shrimp. W A. W Stewart... 6 37 24
OCTT.AW CLASS-START S'i-comsi: I
Black Rpox, Crawford Hurt on. C tl B I tl
mil Pones. J. D Krskln DUihl.d.
. 6 21 I!
6 24 47
6 S3 04
. 6 J4 H
. f. 3f. 44
. 6 74 14
6 ft 44
, f, 37 07
II M s
2 ii n
2 M 47
2 37 f4
2 r tl
2 HO 14
2 31 !'
3 SI l
3 si r
2 32 M
Other classes not yet comptlfd.
RUMSON C. C. REGATTA.
RED BANB, N. J July 2P In a IttM
southeasterly breere eljht ine ds!(r
knockabouts of the Rumson Country Club
sella 1 a pretty elht mile race over N
south Shrewsbury eonr-e ''omristpr
Wtlliam II Pottsa Elf r.nl.hel first rr
good margin The start was mate at .1 "
from off the clubhnuss, and dur'ns ths rs-s
Ilowarl S, Horden flew over h- r'r w '
the Rumson Country C'u! gr. unit In r'
The Matters given In the way they fa
lahed, corrected and time. fn'oT!
W It Potts's K'f 1 24 130 Samy.'.
Rlher's .Innlor'K rran'es. 1 -5.', ."S r V
McOirter's Madeline. 1 J.-, i: , II.,
kelle Arrart, I -2d -an II II 11 r'. l
Riimpu. I20t40 lliifth V finip', P s
dor, 1'S2!.io; .1 F Ta'cott-. f'nf 1 1. V
A V Sloufs TrouMe 1 SS-a.'.
IIOIISF.S A Nil C.XRItlACF.S.
HOHSKS .i i !iu i,f.s,
noiicemnie imi,,. . . v . one. The other two were Keen contests.
HhtirUnd. who " .!'!.0 7. J! the winning runa being put serosa tha
dl.mla.4d. .Oood P'ffnjm"r. , '". I ri5 n the last Inning. Redding and Cv.
hall by 8. A11eynend h,' r",,';n " J i ?,.n. Jo Wllllama will be on th firing
Windwards to be put put without a elngle ' " h h .
toulile naurea. A leyne nan
thtinoe recora oi uvo wnni.
while ulbba IOOK lour wasti. i ,..
The United C. C. nd th Orlenta p ayed
a well contested game lit Prospect Park,
wlrtch ended In draw. Hoth sides mad;
a rnrllal showlm; at the bat, the ITn teiM
balling Bnst. totalling 113. while the Orlenta
reached the total of OS for aeven wlcketa
when lime waa called.
The Colonial aecond eleven had th ad
vahtaga pvat the Weat Indian Veterans and
got the detleton by a margin of 33 runa.
Tale waa due to th splendid bawling of
Clauks and tha well played Innlnge of
Fleming. Clarke captured nine wlcketa for
H ria, every an Utanly bowled.
MISS KISSEL WENS FINAL.
Score Over Mr, I.e Itoy In fllatsn
Miss Inn Kissel yesterday won the first
open lawn tennis tourney of the Htaten
IMiind Ladles' citin at Livmgsion. in
the flnnl Miss Kissel defeated Mr. Hob
ert 1j Hoy, 62. !,
Mis Kissel developed unexpected speed
nnd aggressiveness In th rallies and out
drove her rival at nearly all (tag. Mrs.
L" Roy had ena of hsr wild spells.
t iff it? tp. Arts stnnns
lil A w aw w aw Star W W 4VI 4ke
Acimn a in.ni .in ur uh ur" m ir.i RTAMroRD Conn. Ju v 29 Irv nar P; nayne, i, iiopeweu s n s 04 ix land leiKUirs nun nu 11.1 -iuii num-
Side Park. Jersey City, this afternoon In 1 hJA"' V ', 1", Vnn ,i,i, nfiernJ..; Veipa, C. J. ArrlKhl 0 04 10 3 00 10 ber of Kiunes In New Jertey, Pennsylvania
the double header that has been arranired Raymonds Utile won this nflernoon rt n.,i 'ji. p n.t 06 M - 10 M nnd M.irjlnnd thle sc.i.on.
by Manager Drlacoll. Da e has linoked the race among .Stntmord ncht I lull one mvaini' nw nvetnv stiht I Art Itnamer. who bad a chance to slrn
Newark llremen and the Jereey City nre. ueBn .oop. over a seven mllo trlau- r nt'RSl' 9 Mlfrs contract with the Yankees when Ch-ince
men In the opening game and Eddie i.., -niiri"n m a Ilnht southeast brcee .. was manager, III pitch for Pltlefleld, He
nrant's Jeraey City club and the Ironsides. .cn, !r' "', " , . ". m . n, ' T1"k'r n''"' T- C " nnl ""'" recentli hui lcl a m. hit gam- in IMterson
champions of Newark, In the feature tilt. Her elapsed tune wns 1 ,.t ,ti,i, mio Iln- HCITERFI.1F.S 4TaRT 4 "00 COURSE Armed. McAullffe nnd c.iiumlly the oiher
The limn will decide two chainnlnnshlns. lulled onn inlliilte and nineteen wniiili 1 , V-V n. c ,,i,r. i,r the v leltoW nltelilns i orn all
Tho rivalry between the lire laddlex of
both cltlea Is exceptionally keen. Uach
openly boasts of having the championship
team, nnd to settle ine dispute tn.ilai'a.
game was arranged. Auto parllea have
been arranged to take the followers 0 the i
Newark nlnn to Weat Side Park. The game ,
settle the State aeml.pro championship. , Rln.hamlnn
Arrangenienta are peing maiie in nunuio u
ahead of Ilrreot O. lirnP'T's Illlly Hoy,
Till was the third raco for the Marlon
Hiirbcrt. It Williams.
Ariadne, 11 Tiller
( II II
5 47 04
NEW YORK STATE LEAGUE
W L I' (! I
r.s 30 I'M 1'llca..
CUBANS AT LENOX OVAL.
EDDIE GAGNIER RETIRES.
SCR ANTON. Pa.. July 39. Manaser Hill
CnuKhlln of the local New York State
League team rerelved another shock to-day
when 1'Mdln tlagnlrr, the slur shnrlslop nf
Hie Miners, announced his Intention to null
Ihe team Saturday and leave for Detroit,
where he hoe accepted a position In a
Mg manufactory. II" s.ild tho firm had
granted lit in u leave la play with Hio
Miners for the summer, mrl that the prel
um of business demanded that ha get hack
lu hla position. When Coughlln found ho
could not Indues Oagnlor to reconsider he
announced that he would reengage Al
meida, the Cuban, and play him at third
baa. Furtell, the beat third baseman In
th league, will b vr 1st a art-step.
Syracuse t.3 3."i 2 Rltnlra,. .
SfT.lllton 34 37 493!Alhany 37 41 ,4(4
Wllkrsbarre,, 37 3'i .4Mliarriahurr..,. 2 I.' .3,4
At Scranton. Pa. It, II. E.
Wllkesbarre 60010020 09 13 o
Scranton o 0 0 0 0 4 n o o I r, 4
llatlerles- Kutx nnd Yldoj Durhe.mll,
Huckels and llrannnn.
At ILiirlahurg, I'a R, II. n.
I'I lea . .. , 11(10 0 0 0 0 0 00 4 2
ll.irrlsbiin: ... 0 n l n 0 0 n 1 x 2 s 0
llatler'ci. Smith and Cloudier; I'arsona
At Syr " ii.se, N, Y, It, H. K.
Alluny OlOOOOOO 01 0
Syracuse ... 0 n n 0 0 0 (1 1 12 1
Hatlert-. Wilker and Wsnama,ker; Toy.
lor and Hlldrhrand.
At Elmlra. N, Y. R. It I".
TllngUamton 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 s I 3
Elmlra 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 01 I I
alterlea Bernhardt and strssa
Creeger, Caporel and Caaey.
W. L P C
41 41 ,43 Long Ilrnnrh Team to Play Cnban
11 u ji-
lira ana nronx Axuiriir,
i....A mliwir 11111110 exnerlcnce. Km,.
45 11 llcli or S.llg w ill villi ll,
1 47 00 " The (Irnie wl'l have Utile Ollbert, Fred
1 Jacklltsoh, inrmer Dodger, Hlsland. former
Cluelund daer; Mnira, nn ex-Yankee,
enroll, tint II recently a Clint, and Slihler,
former Atlantic leaguer. In the lineup,
I ne I4 cr, who fanned nineteen batsmen
laat Sunday, or Ancker, will pitch for the
Two Cuban leatna will he seen In action
In tho first game of a double header at I
Lenox (lv.il. 146th street nnd Lenox nve. 1
nue, this nfteriiiion, the Long Hranch Cu
lnna. wun arn nuiaing i.euox mat their
linmo groundi during the ab.ence of tho
Lincoln Stars, meeting the Cuban Reds. 11
fast local nine. In the second game the
Lung llrnuih Cub. ins will be plttnl agiln't
Hlliy Jordan's ir.irk Hronx Athlrtlcs, the
team that stand without .1 111 er In The
llrnnx The Athletic recently beat tlm
Lincoln Stars 2 to 0, Walsh, former Ford
iuim star, pitching against Ihe colored
nine. The Hronx men nnve hlih hopes nf
duplicating the feat over the Cubans.
Minion who liaa won seventeen out of
eighteen gamee this season, will oppose
Walsh. Munoz'a only defeat waa suffered
at th hands of th Ilrooklyn National
Lgu team early thla leawa.
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