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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916.
Irish-American A. C. Outscores New York A. C in Fight for Team Title in National Championships at Newark
TWO AMERICAN j
AMD MM MEET
Simpson's Defeat of Kelly
in Hurdles Features A. A.
U. Title Meet.
How Teams Fared in
National A. A. U. Meet
Irish American A. C. (New Tork).. 31
r-w Torn At i....
,Cklrto A. A
Boston A. A
Illtnol. A. C
University of Wisconsin
Let Ant.lM A. C...
Irish American A. C. (Hoston)
University of Missouri
Toronto (Canada) Walkers Club,...
Multnomah A. C Portland, Ore
Mississippi Agricultural Colleg
Mlllrose A. C...w .
,Ueadowbrook Club. Philadelphia,....
Seattle A. C -.
Missouri A. C, St. Louis -..
Lang li!and A. C Brooklyn
Otrroantown Boys Club. Philadelphia
Ktteva A. C. Brooklyn
Unattached athletes scored 2f points.
Mr CEOROE . VNDEliwOOD.
Thlrty-nva thousand peraoni, blacken
Jnftha big bowl !n Weequahlc Park',
where the quarter mile cinder path lies
ntmled.ln the arms of the half mile
trotting; track, saw two American rec
crdi wrecked and four new meet marks
established at the annual senior national
championships of the A. A. U. yester
ear. Thrill after thrill was sent shivering-
through the spectators, the Merest
ef all comlnf when Bob Simpson, the
slant young; collegian from Missouri,
ltd home three great timber topping
Callfornlans In the final heat of ti in
yard high hurdles. tearing the tape Irr!
world s record time and proving himself
the greatest high hurdler of all time.
80 close waa the competition for point
laurels that the result was ever In
doubt, but when the smoke.of battle had
finally rolled oft the field it was found
(bat the wearers of the Winged Plst once,
mors had won for the Irish American
A. U. of New York the highest athletic
honors than can be- harvested In this
country h national senior champion
hip of the United States.
The Irish American A. C. rolled up
a total of 31 points, 11 points more
than their bitter rival the New York
A. C. which finished second with a total
ef 27. The Mercury Footers only nosed
nut the Chicago A. A. by 2 points, the
Cherry Circle Club having a total of
:3. Then came the Boston A. A. with
IT. the Illllnols A. C. with 13, University
of "Wisconsin. 10. and L03 Angeles A. C.
5. Eleven othsr clubs figured in the
When Simpson, raced right tip to tho
woratarl hv Vri vlw- nt th t.- ai .
A. C. In the 120 yard high hurdles, I
breasted the worsted the timers caught
him In 14 4T-5 seconds. That establishes
a new world's record. Previously this
year Simpson waa credited with 14 3-5 I
second, nnrl hnth f?1lv ond Vnt Ti,nm.
eon with 14 4-5 seconds, but none of
these marks has been accepted by the
A. A. V.. the accepted record being IS
seconds flat There was ho flaw about
.Simpson's performance yesterday, and
there Is no doubt but that his record will
be accepted by tho powers that be in
reader Taras Tables. Llacola.
Winning the great javelin duel be
tween himself and Jimmy Lincoln
George Bronder of .the Irish American
A. C. hurled the barbed spear 190 feet
Inches, with one fell sweep wiping off
the boakit his own former meet record
of 1S feet S'i inches and the American
record of 1S4 feet 94i Inches made by
II. B. I.lversedge at Stanford, Cal., April
11, 1914. Lincoln, finishing second to
BTonder, hurled the Javelin 189 feet SH
inches, also surpassing Llveraedge's
National championship meet marks
went In both the 220 yard. and 440 yard
hurdles, the half mile run and the Ols
cusnhrow. Fred Murray of California
w6n both heat and 'final In the 220 yard
low hurdles In 24 seconds, four-fifths of
a second faster than the former meet
figures jointly held by Jack Eller of the
Irlih American A. a and Joe Loomls of
the Chicago A. A. W. A. pummel of the
Multnomah A. C. flew the fences ahead
of Bill Meanlx of the Boston A. A. In
the 440 yard hurdles, winning In C4 4-5
seconds, three full seconds faster than
he meet record established by Meanlx
two years atj
' Arlio Mucks, the young giant from the
Inlverslty of Wisconsin, hung up a meet
mark. In winning the discus throw. He
fated tho saucer 145 feet 4 1-2 Inches.
The old mark of 137 feet 1-2 Inch stands
to the credit of Emll Mueller of the New
Tork A. C, who had to be content with
second laurels yesterday,
Don Scott of Mississippi Agricultural
College, jumping into the lead at the
break from the barrier, led from flat; fall
to finish in the half mile run. Ills heart
breaking pace staved off the desperate ef
forts of his rivals and enabled him to
breast the worsted In 1:44. He shaved
ff a fifth of a second from the former
meet mark of 1:34 1-5, Bet by Peerless
el Sheppard In 111.
Old Klasa Detaraae.
Many famous athletes had to taste tho
rej5 of defeat. Ted Meredith, the Olym
M: rlinmplon. was shown the way to the
tape. In the 440 yard championship by
Tom llalpln. the Boston A. A. grey
hound, llannes Kolehmalnen, the Fly
Finn, failed to finish In the five mile'
run and his countryman, VUlar Kyronen
"f the Mlllrose A. C. waa Jed home by
twenty-five 'yards by Jole Ilav of Chl
agn. Mark Wright, the world's record
folder, waa shut out of a position In the
Four of the greatest fence fliers the
Jorld has ever seen qualified for the
final heat In the 120 yard high hurdle
rare and the Heetriln lav will ni AAuin
In the annals of sport as the, most' thrill
ing Timber topping; tussle that wi ever
gd. The first heat, two to qualify
for final, was won In 15 3-5 seconds by
rreu Ken? of the us, Angeles A. C tho
tHlmnlc chatantfin. with PV.t filmmin ,
the king of timber topper, content to
ens; on his shoulder,
Karl Thornton of thai Tna Atiit1 A
led Fred Murray, the former Olympic
i-ivD cracKr w tne worsted' in liMseconl
JJM In the same time, 151-5 seconds.
Though pytdstncrrx .gJ ,th . Eastern
tracks none of the westerners extund id
themaelves In the trial 1 heats. Their just
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Ing line a hush settled over the throng,
for almoM everybody knew that one of
the greatest rm-ea of nil time v;n about
to bo run. Kelly drew the pole position,
with Thomson nt hlH fide, Slmson next
and Murruy on tho rail.
"Take your m.trki'." commanded'
Starter Johnny McttUKli. Tho four Breat
athletes toed tho starting line.
"Oet set !' cania the nhnrp command,
and the athlotes bent over and crouched
straining on their marks.
"Bang!" went the starter's gun.
The four chnmplonn fhot off their
marks like nrrons from the bow, cettlnB
away to a perfect nturt amid :i inlKhty
roar from tho crowd, fitrliln for stride '
they raced to the tlrit hurdle and took
the fence nhreast. The sap between the
first fence and the second saw no chance,
the four keeping nn nlmoxt perfect align
ment and t.tklns the nct barrier as if
held even by Invisible hnnd. .
The third fenco taw the four wonder- 1
ful timber topp-jr.n still tied together.
They rai-ed nevl; and neck across the
sap and Hew the fence as one. Oh. what
a race It wnH !
In between tho third and the fourth
hurdles, however. Hlinpeon and Kelly
drew a foot nwny frcm Thomson and
Murray and Fred and Hob lilt the
Kround. after clearing the barrier, while,
Thomson and Murray were still In the
air. From then on a the end Kelly and
Simpson, running as a team, climly drew
away from Thomson and Murray.
Flying tho fences like frightened deer
the big huh browned farmer from Mis
souri and the Murdy collegian from the
sun kissed slope of the Kuoklca came
fleeing down tho utrctcn llko twin grey
iirciiiK uon iim
hounds. Strlvo ns they might, neither
could gain .111 Inch on the other. Neck
and neck, stride for stride they meed
on the Hut and flew the fences as If
They rose to the last hurdle.
That I-aat Desperate Dash,
Kelly's ryes were half chut.
clenched teeth chnwlng through parted
Hps and hU distorted features telling
how desperutely lie was calling mi every
effort. Hlmpsuu was crouched far for
ward, his eyes concentrated on tho fin
ishing line his feet'a objective and his
At tho top of the last barrier Kelly
and Blmpson seemed dead on even
terms, but Slmpton's foot snapped to the
ground a fractlJii of a second before
Kelly's, and he had half a foot lead at
the start of the last short stretch on
And In that last desperate dush for
the worsted the tall Mlssourlan won an
other six Inches on hl rival, tearing tho
tape a foot ahead of the comiueied
Tho race was so close, however, ns to
be In doubt to everybody except those
marshalled directly on the starting line.
Two yards on Kelly's flank cumo Thom
son, who nosed out Murray for third
laurels. It practically wan a blanket
finish, and tho crowd was kept In doubt
till tho decision of tho Judges was an
nounced. The time wan given as 14 4-3
seconds, though two of the watches
showed 14 3-5 heconds. Ilcgardloss of
time. It wan the most thrilling fence
flying contest In tho annals of Hport.
Andy Ward of the Chicago A. A. mid
Arlle Mucks of the University of Wiscon
sin were the only double winners. Ward
won both of the NPilntH, giving nn all
around speed exhibition that clearly
classed him as one of America's greatest
sprinters. Ward captured both heat and
final In the 100 yard dash In 10 seconds
and then went out and took both heat
and final In tho 220 yard dash In 21 S-5
seconds. The cream of the country s
speed merchants were pitted against the
Chicago Cyclone, but Ward won both of
Ilesldei hanging up n new meet record
In the discus throw Mucks captured pre.
mler laurels In the shotput lis well. Arlle
did not have to clash with his most bit
ter rival, Fat McDonald of thn Irish
American A. "'., for the giant cup wua
among the absent, being on strike duty
here In New York,
lTn Meyer's Strong; Finish,
Ivan Meyer'H great finish vanquished
his rivals In the mile run- M18 Mason
carried the pack to thn quarter pon In
62 2-5 seconds uud turned the half In the
lead In 3:13 1-5. Just before the three
quarter post was put behind In 3:20 4-5
Meyer moved up and took command.
Lengthening out In a great burst on
the bell lap that shook off his rivals he
came home a winner by ten yards over
Jim Power of the lilsh American A. C.
'"lion Bcott led all of the way In the
half mile event, Larry HcudUcr coming
from 'nowhere In the homestretch and
capturing second laurels. Am was to be
espected, Ueorgo Oouldlug had every
thing his own way In tho thrco mile
walk. After clearing the bar at 13 feet 8
Inehea with almost a foot to spare, Hher-
man Xanllers had'the bar raised to 11
feet iBcnesm ata, Mtsuis w vramst. uis
world'g record. Th, little Chicagoan was
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Winners of National
A. A. U. Senior Title
1W Yard Dah Andrew Ward, Chlearo
A, A 10 secontM
Yard I)ah Andrew Ward. Chloaio
A. A :i )d eevmiii
410 Yard Run Thomaa J, Hatpin, notion
A. A 4 4-r, second
ISO Yanl Run Don Scott, MImIiIiI
Arrteultural Collrse fl-M
Mile Run-Iran A. Merer'. HI. A. C...4:22
Fire Mile Run-Joe Kay, unattached. CM
raxo Three Mile. Walk (irorte Couldlnr, To
ronto' (Can.) Walkers Club.. ;....Ki1J 4-5
ISO Yard llimllea Robert Simpson. Uni
versity of Missouri -14 4 S seconds
K0 Yard Hurdles Fred Murray, unai
tsehed, S.in Frannn'o t:4 seconds
41) Tan! Hurdles W. A. Hummel. Multno
mah A 'C U 4-.". sernnds
llllll Jump Wesley Oter. Jr.. New York
A C. C lest : Inches
liroad Jump Harry Wortliln.-lon. Iloaton
A. A :J feet S'i Indies
Hop, Step and Jump Dan Ahearn, Illinuts
A. C 44 feet 'i ilw-ll
Pole Vault Sherman Landers, Chicago
A. A i: feet Inch's
Shot Arlle MncUs, University of Wiscmi.
sli 4, feet :v, int'lies
Hammer Throw Pat Ryan. Irish Ameri
can A. C 174 fret S Inches
W Pound Wtlsht-Matt .Mftiralh. Irish
American A. C U feet lifhes
DIacus Arlle Mucks, University of Wis
consin t!43 fe-t 4S Inches
Javelin George Ilronder, Irish Anierlcuii
A. C -. 190 feet 6 Inches
New world's record. tNew meet record.
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about "vaulted out," however, nnd failed
to clear the bar at record wrecking
lielghth. The summaries:
1(10 Yard Paih Won ly Andy Ward,
Chicago A. A.; Alvah T. Meyer. Irish
American A. C, New York, second! Jon
Loomls. Chlraao A. A., third, Andrew
Kelly, New York A. C, fourth. Time, 10
220 Yard Dash Won by Andy War.l,
Chicago A. A.: Hoy Morse. Salem.i'reseeni
i' .vaw vorK, seconn; Aiuiy ien, .-sew
York A. C. third: Irvine T, Howe, Irlh
American A. C, New York, fourth. Time,
21 2S seconds.
410 Yard Dash Won by Tom Halpln,
riostnn A. A.; James K. Meredith. Meadow
brook Club. Philadelphia, second: A. II.
Hooth. Chicago A. A., third i Frank latrav.
New York A. C, fourth. Time, 4 4-i sec
onds. 8S0 Yard Dash Won hy Don Scott. Mis
sissippi Aitrlcultural College: Lorry feud
der. New York A. C, second: John 0er
ton. unattached, Memphis. Tenn., third;
Jox lllgglns. unattached, Worcester. Mass.
fourth. Time. 1:54.- (New championship
One Mllo Hun Won by Ivan A. Mjers.
Illinois A. C Chicago: James A. Power.
Irish American A. C New York, second,
Paul Clyde, He-Jttla A C. third: Michael
Devanney. Mlllros. A. A., New York,
fourth. Time, 4:::.
Five Mile Hun-Won by Joe Hay. tmat
tactied, Chicago; W. Kyronen. Mlllrose .
1 V-.- Vrtpl keroml llurnld Weeks,
Irish American A. C. 1loton. third; llnr-j
nee Hnlden, New York A. c luurin. iinir,
Three .Mils Walk Won by lleorse C.ould.
Ing, Toronto (Canada) Walkers lubj IJIcK
ltemer, New York A. t'.. second: IIIIkih
Plant, long Island A. C. Brooklyn, third!
W. J. Holker, Irish American A. C New
York, fourth. Time, .25 4-1.
HO Yard lltsh Hurdles Won by Uohert
Simpson. University of Missouri: I red
Kelly. Ias Anseles A. C. kernnil: l.ai
Thomson. Iais Anseles A. C. third: I rid
Murray, unattached, Han Francisco, fourin,
Time. 14 -3 seconds. (A new worlds
rCi'2u''Vard I-ow Hurdles Won 1y I're.J
Murray, unattached, San Kranclscn: 1-red
Kelly, l.ns Angeles A. f'.. ifcondt -loo
leooinls. Clilraso A. A., third: John J. Li
ter. Irish American A. C, New ork,
fourth. Time, i4 seconds. (New cham
pionship meet record.)
440 Yard High Hurdles Won by V . A.
Hummel, Multnomah A. (.'., Portland, Ore.;
William H. Meanlx, Huston A. A., second.
C. A. Hoenlsh. unattached, ran Fraiiclsro.
thrld; ft. P. Fsrsuson, Itsrmantowr Hoys
Club. 1'hllaiKlphla, fourth. Time, t 4-.,
seconds. (New championship meet record.)
Hunnlnr lllsh Jump Won by Wesley
Oler, New York A. C!.. 6 feet 2 Inches;
Harry llarwlse. Hoslon A. A., tl feet B Inches,
second; Kgon Hrlckson, Irish American A.
i; Nw York. feet t Inch, thirds Clinton
Larsen. unattached. Salt Iaike City, (I feet,
'"'miniilng Broad Jump Won by Harry
Worthlnfinn. Hoston A. A., 28 feet
Inches: William Hlsson, unattached, (.an
Francisco, 82 feet H4 Inches, second; Plat;
Adams. New L,York A. (!.. 21 feel
107, Inches, third: Frank Fronch, New
York A. C, 21 feet 7 inches, fourth.
minnlng Hop. Htep and Jump Won by
Daniel Ah'arn. Illinois A. (!.. Uhlcaso. 4H
feet !i Inch: Tim Ahearn. Irish American
A. C, New York, 41 fest I0i Inches, see.
ondi Sherman Landers. Chicago A. A.. 43
feet s Inch, third: .1. 1". McLoushlln, Hos
lon A. A.. 44 feet ZK Inches, fourth,
Pole Vault Won by Sherman Landers.
Ohlcago A. A., 1 feet Inches; Kdward
Knoursk, Illinois A. C, Chicago, 12 feet
Inches, second; Florin Floyd, Missouri A, C,
HI. laiuls, l: feet Inches, third; J. li.
Naglo, New York A. C, IS feet, fourth.
Putting l Pound Shot Won by Arlla
Mucks, Imlvtrslty of Wisconsin, 4" fret
l'i Inches: Alma Hlchards, unattached,
Halt Lake City, 43 feet It Inches, second;
John C. l.awler, unattached, Hoston, 4 feet
II U Inches, third: It. A. Shtpard, Irish
American A. C Boston, t: ftet i'A Inches,
Throwing.!; round Hammer Won by 1:1 feet 10 liithes, fourth. (New chain
Pat, Ryan, Irlah-Amerlcan A. C New York, . plnnshlp rceet record.)
ill. fMt ,1 Inrhei! Matt McUratb. Irish- Throwing tho Javelin Won by Oeorge
Amtrlcaa A. a, NewVirk,' lit ftet IK I Brooder, Irish-American A. C, .New York,
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IIKI.MO.M' I'AIIKi ;ept. . Klrt rnth tiny of antamu merlins; of
far WVstchesler Harlim Assoclnt ion. Wralhrr I'lenri track slorr.
Q(lf 1'iltST RAL'i: Tliiee.jear-nld and upard One mil I'ure !" Time 141 4 1.
COU m pn.i, . 3 Off. Winner, c!i c. 4, hy ltnek San.t Halt iovrelcn Owner.
A ilAItiON. Trainer, J. (ijrson Mnit snml. Won rid !e n out. l'Ui drlrint.
Inlea.' Hore Wt t. 'j 'in 1 Ji-I. On CI. I'l tfh
f13' Half Kock l- I ' i"i I" ' ' MeTacsart 3-3 :-ID -
(Oil Dovedale . ... 5 l' :"s HllMnu 13-10
f.M, iKeiuh W 3 I'j 1' I' ! 'W.ir-'-her . . 1". M 6 7-P1
(OS While Metal . . V 4 4 4 4 I.ouder li j 4
tot at, hi rim VVIInu ithln. Il,.nn4rv
I 111 I Hoik nutciail his rtel.l. walled
wjti, mtie (rouble, easily stood in the challen.-e of Uovedate anj drew away In the rlnat
fjrloii"- anJ taliupuw I.alt.r easily ee.ond lst.
SKCONH HACK Three-year-olds nnd
l'urH. Time, l ll :-, ni i"-i. . un, a 'n. .miner, en g . o, or miince
Fairy Queen Owner. W. J. ANDKKM)N. Trainer. N. I.. Ilycr. Start ioo.I. Won
In if I.! llorw. Wt
:;i Vankre M-llnll".
Tie 111! ..
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431' Humiliation ..
SernUhed Ilr.ne. Mioddy. Sevllhan. Heiilannn
Yankee Nniions outrun flrsl iiuiirter. then went to trnnl. and thnntli hujlled ritht
aloinr In final stave- dad Utile IrouMe tn s-ore. Sinker ticcaii sUmly, worked his way
tliroush field and into confendiiiir po-itlon ufler first half, caught Mr Specs in final furton;
nnd had llttl" Irouhle In ili'po-liis of lilm, ttmusli not tlircatenln; the winner Mr. Necs,
up ltli the pae ihrotinlioiii. dad nu eicuse, Nauilmn and Tie I'm did not show to adtan
tags over the drtU4" "Jl track.
QC) THIIIU RACK Tlircr- ear-olds and upward. Handicap. One mile and a slileenth
0"a I'ursn Illsi. Time. 1 li 3-5. At post, a . Off. S 10. Winner, br r. br Vasetle
Iloliemla. Owner. J. K.
driilni.". 1'laie me
Inlex.' llore. Wi SI. i
r.:: Fellowship Ml 4 ai
C.-.-J Mala. I. lie ... 11.1 .1 1'4
ff3 Solar lnr . . VJ7 I :"i
(iuiuer . 1." 1 2 4
Fellowship, outriiii In lioinc-tretch, closed slnullr in run home, was forced to outside hy
Sdlar Mnr, carrrin.- linn nut. rand latter Into submission final furlnn? and scored cleverly.
Malachite and radar Mar had no es, n. liainer sinned to mine Ihrou.'li on tiin.le on upis-r
turn, was slmt off and dropped back, came uu u.'aln wlirn str.iichtcned In etrcn.li. but
dung badly In final furious
Qft'l FOl'ltTH HACK The Lawrence Kenllratinn. Tnree-j ear-olds. One mile and a half,
OOO Pure i:wi Time. ! J-5. At post. 4 0; Off. 4 C3 Winner, li. r . lis Sli r. sinr
iiwner, a n. .iiatvriiir.il.
Won rnlilcll OIK
Index.1 Horse Wt I M.
IflOi lar Hawk 1 IT ' 4
((WI ISpur it 1
e-,:' ICrimpir 111 I 2
K,: An Man Ill I 5
(C54i Kilmer . . . Ill I 3
Scratched - Ilendrle.
Slar Hawk went to fiont at stirt, held opposition safe at all slates, and though under
pressure In final quarter won at end III clerr manner. Spur dropis-d baik off pair and
waited lr tlrst mile, was f.invd lo un tn outside cnterinj tmniestrrti'li. iloeed in ksiiio
muiiner and Itioiuh lessening Hie gap between himself and leader could not gel up. Crimper
hud no runs-, was nlwajs up wild the pace and failed to lespoud when called upon III liual
sta,-e. Others were iiutclaescd
Q(IA FIFTH HACK The Corinthian Handicap Steeplechase, Thrre.year-olds nnd up.
Out Mmut lo miles and a half Purse Il.r.W. Time. 5.CS. At post. 4 31. Off 4 J3
Winner, h. c. by Itoial Flush III. H A, It. Owner, JAMKS I'AIIK. Trainer J-
Hastings. Starl gon.1. Won easily.
Indeg.1 Horse Wt M, i. I
kJ( 'Duke of Ilulutli, 14.) 3 ;is )
(siVI I'Quel Ilonheur... Ut 4 .1' 3
Mi'. Hill Dudley ltt 2 l V
IS3H 'I'eliein .... i:. I 1 4 Fell
A rf, le, I slarlir. Scratched Martian.
lluke uf Diilulh wailed with In-first mile, then went to front, snd though under Pressure
a quarter of a mile from home camo away In final furlong- to win In easy manner Ouel
Ilonheur. always In good position, moved up stoutly in last half mile, hut hit obstacle and
though recovering the mistake killed whaiever chance he may have had. Hill Hudlev ran
to his best form IVIsrtn mined into contending position on backstretch, second time around
but touli off badly at twellih jump and went lo earth, ,,,
HIXTII HACK Special, arranged for Ituamer and Slromboll, calledVrT on i-.-ount'of
OCR SEVENTH HACK -Two-year-olds. Selling. Sia furlongs, straight. J,iirs"e;jW Tiriie"
000 MWli 'ell'.. b.L 5' 9TO.U"?''-.?.nd.''' """"I
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Scratched Mounlishtrr. Odds and Kuds
Sandal began slowly., raced In straight line throughout, picked up leaders three fur
longs from home, to then an on nod wore in handy milliner, (llanaslnty, carried tn oulslile
by I'onre do Leon, clime away from latter, then bore over In Inside, and lliough fil l" i g
resolute y could not get up. Feluiva, well up throughout, had plenty of early speed but
tailed off at end. l'once do Uon showed nieed for a furlong, but then faded. Utlttcr showed
Inches, second: P. H, Henson, Chicago A.
A.. 141 fret 0 Inches, third; W, Kropuulcz,
Irish-Atlirrli an A, C, New York, 142 feet
7 Inches, fourth.
Throwing th" Discus Won by Arlle
Mucks, Hnlverslly of Wisconsin, i45 feel
4ti Inches: Umll Muller, New York A. I'.,
141 feel 0 'i Inches, second: .Mm Duncan,
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i iii.ii.niii.n.i.ii -., ..v n'ln. ,r,,
iinirui iwy jiuguaru, iom Anaeies a.
until turn lor home, then ner.t tn Keriali
upward. Selllnr Sli furlonfs, slraltht.
I'm ' JocUey.
( Ulltviell .. ..
19 i Louder
Trainer. W. 9. Wulker. Start sood- Won
1 Kin, I Jockey, Op. CI PI.
i' Isehntilnrer... 10 7?
I" :S J McTaigart h-2 -3 .1-r.
4 3i(,iHiulon ; 1J-.-, 4-5
S'4 4 Notter t-3 k-3 1-2
Tralmr, W II. Jennings
Fin. I JocUey.
n ,1'lilllips .
31" .t McTazgart V.
4i' lTrnli.r 15
6 , iimtoii
l; Fin. Jockey,
11 it O'llnen .,
: Allen .....
i 3 Ryan .,
"', - ,s' t swim, nun rasuy. riace driving.
Fill I .locker. On. CI
1'4 Warscher .... C-3 13-10
2'H J McTuggart 4 7-3
t' Mink 5 -2
5 ITroilcr li G
ISO feet Inches! ,T, C. Lincoln. New York
A. C, IS'J feet if. Inches, second ; Huh
Nourse, unattached, Ilnleo fit v. Idaho, j
feet S Inches, third: I.ourl Kurlnio, Kalea
A. l' Hrookln, 107 reel 4 9t Inches, third.
(New American record.)
..T.,.'r?.nl,.IK ,.lle'': L'"1""1 Weight Won bv
Malt Mcdrath. Irlsh-Amerlrau A. (' New
1 ork, 36 feet 5'j Inches! Put lUun, Ii,h.
.American A. I'.. New York, .14 feet 5.
Inches, second: William I.wich, IrMi-Ainer-iC,,l.
A;', i;" toti. 31 feet I Inch, third;
L. tl. dear. New York A. C, 30 feet l,
TM MsUPiM Boston A. A.
WHO LED MEREDITH IKl
QUARTEe MILE BACE
MISS BJURSTEDT GOES
THREE SETS TO FINAL
! Tennis Chumplon lleceivcs
More Opposition Than Kx
peefi'd From Miss Grove.
Miss Molta HJurrtcdt, national cham
pion on turf, cl.iy and Indoor courts, won
her way Into the final round of the sin
Klo In the New York I-awn Tennis
(.'luVs tournament at Columbia Oval yea
teid.iy. Tho Nori-o girl defeated Miss
Margaret Urove, C 3, & 7, 6 1, Miss
HJurst-dt will pl.iy Mini Marie Wagner
In the lln.il thN afternoon.
Mis HJursudt uud Mlis Orove started
their mat :li on Friday, but after the
champion had won tho His: wt and was
hading nt 21 In the necond tho storm
halted play. They played the i-econd set
all nitr iikMln yptrduy and .Miss drove
gau tier r;v.il a much keener tussle than !
Mad lieeii looked for. Jlowewr, oner
Mls HJu.-Medt warmed tn her task she
had easy sailing in the third set.
The women's doubles nerc completed,
with Mies lljursti'dt and Mrs. Itoncrt
1.0 Jim- the winner.', They won the final
. , .n i-.,,., h it-
V""1 ("" r 1 "d 5'r. I. I. ood.
I. --:. In tho ecml-llnals Miss
HJurstcdt and .Mry. L Itoy defeated
Miss Ksi Uijter and Mln Howe, and
.Miss W agner and Mrn. Wood scored over
Miss lierlruile Delhi Torro and Mrs.
Chiiide V. lliichlns.
.Miss ICthel Tjmlalo won the final of
the oiiinil.itloii singles, defeating Miss
(trace liille.iudcau of H.trniinl (.'ollege,
0 0, S -it, -2, The summarlrs:
AVonien s .Mimles-Scnil-nnal round Mts
Mnll.i HJursteiit defeated Miss Margaret
Crme, (i 3, 5 7, c. -j.
Women' lionbies Third round MIjs
Lisa Itinscr and Ml II. Howe defeated
Mrs, I'er-'V Wllbnnril rtn.l Mr, tluff r -.
'"--2: Mts Certrude Iiel'a Torre nnd Mrs!
mime . lincnins ilereateil Miss Corln.i
Winn ntnl Miss Illiinche Urine, f. a, 1210.
Seinl-llual round Miss Molla HJurstelt
and Mrs, Itobert ly Hoy defeated MUs
Ilaer and Mis, Howe, c 3. C 1; Miss
Marie Wngner and Mrs. I). 1'. Wood de
feateii Mls Iiclla Torre and Mrs. Illtchlns,
li s. fi-- 3. C - 2,
Final round - Mls Hjursledt and Mrs.
I.e Hoy ilefe.ite.i Miss Wagner and Mrs.
nnd. it 4. (12.
Mixed Doubles - Second round Mr. snd
Mrs. Paul It. Mead defenied Mis, Marshall
an I Mr Llpsrtiutz, 2, 6 Ml (Iracs
ill'leau.leaii nnd Frank Oliver defeated
Mlsa nestle ll.il, l,ii and Mr, Walr, d -i,
5- 7, 7 - 5. .Mrs. It. I.vnch nnd Mr Hastings
def. nied Mls Hose Meiz and Mr. Slewsrt,
5, c I; Ms Margaret Tax lor nnd M-,
Fo defenied Mr. and Mrs. Murray, I,
'i--li logo r, ll.irtman and Mrs. Il.trtmin
lefe.iied Mfj Whin and Mr. McAllister,
6 1, s 0.
Consnlnllnn Singles Final round Miss
r.thel Tundale i1efeald Miss (trace Ullteau
diau, 0, c -2.
First Hnr Mx furious: John W.
hleln, 104 iKederls). 15 50, 13 SO, fS.St,
won, Ml., Kniler, 107 (I.apalllel, 13.40,
12 Til, sn mil, I'llurilleuse. 110 (lloiisel, 4,
third, nine. 1 11 I '.. Carry Urine. Mor
rlsliinn. Yaca and lllanehltu ulso ran.
Second Hare- Five nnd a half furlong!
J. Itufui, 112 (Taylori, 11.50. 13.40, .t,
won. Monotony, 112 (Sloan), 136.30. Ill,
siimidi I'hlleiuon, 112 (Murpliyi. 117,30,
third. Time, l.ns 4-5. IMaibeih Thoinp.
son, Precious, lllernian, sSguaro Dealer,
Schedule, sir Wellons and KncDbrlkjinp
W. II. llaker entrv.
Third Itaci- SU furlongs: llrlnghiiiil,
122 il'.nose), ; so, 2,:n and out, won;
John Jr., SH (Murphy), 13 and out, second;
Vogue, 111 (Audreea), out, third. Time.
1:1.1. Amazon uUo ran, 'Adair and llaker
Fourth ltace Mile an, I a sixteenth!
Manager Walle, 106 (Murphy). 14,10, t3.lt
nnd nut, won; AldelMrail, 104 Kioose),
,3.50 and out, second; llinola, 10 4 Shil
ling I. nut, third. Time, l;(3I-5. Dorothy
Dean iilsu ran.
Fifth ltace- Purse 00; for three.) ear
olds and upward; six furlongs; selling: Cash
on Dellwry, 104 (donsei, 13.20, S.'.f.O, f2.;n,
won; Lur.iil, 104 (Lapulllel, 12,90, 12,40, sec.
nnd, Ha'penny, 104 (i!ru I, 14.20, third.
Time. l; 4 4-3, Chief Hrown, Stephen H.,
Ho ala uml Manassed un -un.
Sixth ltace- Selling fur two. year-olds;
in e fiirlnnas! SurliiK Wheat, 112 I Murpliyi,
IH.,10, (, 12.90. is on : Deckhand. lOfllto.ig)
19.40. 11.10, second: llesannla, lot 1 1, a
pallle), 43. third, Time. 1102 2-5. r'lllll
stone, IlliiKtu and lli'lmcl'b Daughter also
Seventh ltace - The Aslutate- selling;
purse; for four-) car olds and upward; one
nil'o f.ild n furlnni;- Honker Hill. 112 (Mur
pliyi, 111,30, t4 20, I3..10, uon: First Degree,
lini (lioosei, 14,2", III. 60, second: llaUway.
103 (Mluaill, 1120, third, Time, 1:54 2.5
llnwdv lloivdy, Jawbone and Charles
Fiaucis nlto ran,
Nkwaiik, Sept. 0. Iii thn final fop the
i Imiiiploiishlp of tho North Jersey Ten
nis I.eaguo thlM afternoon Stanley Man
clico of tlm yaudercra defeated Hay
mond le. Mattocks of Forest Hills, tL
li 1. C 1. '
STAR HAWK RUNS
Wins Realization in Fast Time
Spur, Cat at First Turn,
SPECIAL RACE IS OFF
fltar Hawk, an Imported colt, sped
home the winner of the historic Law
rence Ilealltatlon yesterday afternoon
and In his great run over the one mllo
and a half course at Helmont Park
track he tilted the three-year-old cham
pionship crown that had been set square
ly on tho noble head of the great Friar
llock. That the English colt did not
knock It off and keep it for himself wns
due only to the fact that Friar Rook was
not in the race.
Star Itawk ran a phenomenal race.
He carried the red and white stripes of
A. K. Macomber, the popular California
sportsman, the Ions distance over n
track heavy and holding from the re
cent rains In the exceptionally fnst time
of 2 minutes, 32 i seconds, only two
fifths of a second behind tho track
record made by James Caffrey's Gowan
In 1308. In accomplishing this feat he
disposed of James Jlutler's Spur. Hal
Parr's Imported Crimper, aifi'ord A.
Cochran's Air Man and Kalph D. Karlc'a
.So exceptionally fine was his race
that experts were unanimous that he
would havo beaten Friar Hock had the
$50,000 colt started. Men who have
made a life study of the affairs of the
turf declared he was a great cup horse,
but they didn't glvo him tho title of
King because Friar Hock had earned It
by his many wonderful races earlier In
Spar Ran Wonderfol Itarr.
And white showering praise on Ftar
Hawk, they didn't neglect to laud Mr
liutler'a Spur. He. too, ran a vonder
ful race. He carried 12C pounds and
for more than a mile of the Journey ran
Willi blood trickling down his leg. Ho
had lweu kicked In the off forcles while
rounding tho tirst turn, but In spite of
this and a bad move, by Jockey Loftui
while entering the homestretch he made
a couiaceous fluht all tho way and wai
beaten only three parts of u length by
Half a length behind Ppur finished
Crimper, the colt on which Louis Garth
bet 2,G00 would beat Mr. flutter's Ppur.
Like Star Hawk and Spur, he ran a mag
nificent race. He displayed plenty of
speed, stamina and courage, but the
other colts were Ills mastcts as the race
The race throughout was one of the
most exciting of the season. From be
ginning to end it kcjit the fifteen thou-
i-aiiil spectator keyed to a high pitch of I
excitement, and whllo they were lighting
thoTinlbh of the long and gruelling bat
tic in thn stiutch the roar could bo
heard tulles away.
After tho race A. K. Macomber was
exuberant. He was as tickled ni a babe
with a new toy, and he admitted it. It
wiih his tlrst victory In a classic and to!
him It repaid for all of his r.nller lie- ( Louahman. Jr. .lefVatei'li, l!i..'a. Ky c 1'
feats. "That will retompense me for my ' -i. 11 L. Iiiwinin (r n. 11 Taylor
enrller defeats." lie told tho host of L1' '1"f!'"1.'-. W. l"rster ,l-r .ml ,
friends who hurried to congratulate lilm. j li i.Aeml,"..;, .. - '-"T'n 'v'Ytmn
"I had faith In tho colt and knew lie defeated 1, 11. rre,. 1 in ir Jr . ii. i' 3,
would prove all the good things that L-'":'11 "In-en (llcii-ii w I put. 1; :,
were said about him In the cprlng. He';" i. 1 sa-"r ,f,M..u,"',V
is a cup horso and will develop Into aV.rher ,,!,Ilr"1"''1"" " '
wonder next year.'
Victory a Popalar One,
And although a majority of tho rncr -
goers had wagered on Spur or Olinper
thero vinn no one present who begrudged
Mr. Macomber his victory. He had
played the ganio for months like a
thorough Hportsman, meeting defe'iit after
defeat with a smile. Ills frlendi and the
public too knew this and vU,o 1,1s
colors flaslied Iiouie In front winners and
losers allko cheered nnd everywhere, even
in the free field, whne thousands had
gathered, could be heard. "I'm glad Mr.
.lHcoiuucr lino won it miikc. no ucsr.'ii's
Mr. Butler w.m Joyful ton. 1h rnlt
had run a great race and defented C'rltn-
per, as he had bet he would
Star Hawl; led the entire distance, lie
was the ilrst away from the barrier and
that position h maintained in tlm Judges,
but to stay there he win compelled to do
his mlghtlect In tho stretch, for Spin's ,
challenge was a determined one and If '
Jockey I.nftus had not tried to Jam
through a tiny holo next thn rail enter -
lug the homestretch and been set lack
no wuuiu nave urcn nun cioi-cr 10 me r.ie r-outli nr.ingo lieid cttih ii pflei
winner. noon survived. Tim nuiii-iii rJin I
I "as reached. The bumiuir.c. :
Special Drrlarrd Off. ( ,-,, Uolln,,..x ,ilvmnn, ,. ,,,
The special race between Andrew Mil- ft1,;:,1, won fio!;!"!::'1,.;!,,;',, v .uVnlu
ler's Hoamer and August Helmont's j. y. Knn dete..t..i a Ha-m '!. i l' -a.
Stromboll wasn't decided and won't be's-ii: Mi'iniu I'.eisun ,i f, ..'' it i ' i.
decided. It was declared off on ttie -.!" . ''. j"' .'j ' M "i"-1" 1
ground that the track was not In good ' no'.d 'def. ate'.i Vrai li w." , ''' !
condition. Mr. Helmont, nho declined 1 1' W. i..iiki..i irf def,aic, i: i . .'t : V
the Issue, said he did m nn the adtlco of .'!' '. " a i d II i;.. ,i.n ,i,.r,t. i i-hr ,
Mvrnr; ".r ., . , i',:' ;" & " ' i"
Mr. Hlldreth mU that the track was n :i. i; i v.m T ,i.. c , i 1
not In good enough condition for a race,
When asUeil nluit objection ho had to
having It decided on Monday he nild:
'Tho track to-day is too heavy either for
a raco or a workout. Stromboll Is a
hard horso to train: he Is a highly
nervousi gelding nnd needs plenty of
work, but Ho needs that work nrr a
fast trade. A workout on .. Blow ori
cuppv track nould Hap his speed and '
Hiainina una Kin ins cnunces ot pealing a
horso llko Hoamer."
liorso llko Hoamer.'
Mr, Miller said that he would race
Hoamer against tho Helmont gelding
over any kind of a track.
J.mies Dark Duke of Dulutli nnn thn
Corinthian Steeplechase like a champion.
tin lenced uener inati any jumper him
fenced this year. Il displayed iilentv
of speed and after travelling tho two
and a half mile course he was far from
tired at tlm finish. Although nmlec
utot i.iill nt lli.s tlnlcl, ),., e.... -
i.. h. ,,!, .1 r n, - iV,'.. ,i . .. ' '
...... ......... ....,., .,,
I-rllonshlp, a hroiwi gelding blonc -
ing to John 11. Madden, carried nrf piv-
iruer Honors in tno vuogtie, thu other
Hltil.n si'mil tlm t.p.inr. 1,
" ."".. , ... ' " . ' : " "'..
uiiiiuii in urn cany hinges or tlm oiio',.x m. vt n.r llm.e
inllo nnd a sixteenth route, he enmo with1 -n llxicisme is s , l n,,
n rtitli In the stretch and although cnr
rled wide bv Solar Slnr. Hcnreil ..let
ii length In front of August Helmont's
Malachite, which was half that distance
ahead of Solar Star,
i , - ,
K0YAIS VS. LINCOLN QIANTS.
Crark Trams Will Mrrl In n Doable
Ilreitlrr nt IlldKrntiod,
The third and fourth came in in..
clal series between the llnyal lil.iuu :ui,l ;
Lincoln (Hants will be played this aflenmoa
at Wallace's Hldsennod liiuun.i,. ii.,i.;
laces Hldgenouil liiuuinN, 1 1 ., i.e r
street and Wyrkolf avenue The e,un
clashed ut Olymplfl Field two week .iL-al
an, i mo noyaia won. in lliuso i.uile.u, I
nuweitr, ine iiusnia iin.ii 10 piay as lliey
seldom are callud upon In order to i.iny
off the honors. I
Tlio lloyals. wild the addition n! SatitLip
and Lefty Harvey, former bsltery of the I
Lincoln Stars, feel cnntl lent they can re.
neat, while tho Lincoln (Hants are ..iiiiiiu-
coulldelit they will turn tile i.ililo. on lliele
"E,.J.,"nJ:! ,,,V.,.i,,i!;u.,i.'' V'.'i l,e
.wood's banner crowd likely will 'aeo the
learns in ucuou iouay,
LADS BEGIN PLAY
FOR TENNIS TITLE
Three llench Fourth Round In
Jlclropolllnn .Tnnior Singles
at Travcrs Island.
GALLAGHER HARD DHlVKIt
With .1 draw comprising forty-seven
names, piny for the metropolitan Junior
lawn temiU championship was Marled
yesterday on tho courts of tho New York
Athlctdi Club, ut Tr.ivcra Island. S-'o
rapid was thn progress liiadn that tlm
shades of night found only thirteen lad it
still In the running. An required by tho
rules, every otio of tho boys has Mill to
cclelir.itc his twentieth birthday
Tl.reo youth worked their way Inl.i
thi fourth louml. They nrn Uerald
Donaldson, ,lr I. W. Hnymond nml A.
Daltaghcr. Ciillagher g.nn 11 splendid
exhibition of driving In bin third round
tucslo with llenrgo Andr.idc, Jr., and
won nt 63. & . lVr 11 spell In tho
second set (Jiill.iglier's drive" from ser
vice refused to behave, but ho roon hart
tl.em again under control mid ran off
with thn two gnmes m-ci'ssary for vic
tory. Andrado li.nl advanced throngi
two roundi by defaults, but Ciallaglicr
hud already bcatrn I,. );. Condon.
Itayinoml had n hard three et hntllo
with F. Anderson and triumphed nr
7 5, 3 i), C 1. In tho previous round
Ihiymond li.iil had an rnsy tlmn beating
W, J. Znlirls-!;! lilt Andcron had well
nigh plaM-d htmselt ou'. In beating It, 11.
Week?, $0. iC.
islander Is Heaten.
Donaldson nho earned doublo brackets.
In tho second round lie scored with un
expected rase over (ioddnrd W. Saun
ders, whore p.itontu last c.ir presented
tho trophy for tho national Junior chain
ilnnhip. SaiitidelH was tmt qilltn rv
lioilrnred enoujh to cope with th youtn
from llrooUlyu iitnl was eliminated
il 1, U--0. In tho third round Donald.
m'ii again won in rtralglu i-et.i with J. !-.
Stone as his victim.
Hlll'ilt Hlnzrn of Forri'i.im Coller.'.
one of the be.t Jutil ifj l-i the-. pari',
ntiil faorlle fur tho title, won two
mutches and waa ran ly pressed In
either. First ho disposed of W. I I'lllt,
1 '-'. 7 -j. Mid then put out It. Mr
Lntighlin, (i- 1. 62,
II. W. Foister, the Mount Vrcnon
youth who Is counted upon to make I he
running for Hlnzrn, won his ilrt match
easily ctuugh, but In his en-ond nearly
(..night .1 Tartar. A. Khrimmn niado
Kortter po three hard scii to win. I'.
M, I.oughman, Jr., 11 formidably con
tender, fought for his t-ecmd round
bracket, but advanced Into tho third by
J. T. Kemmerer. the l'lens mt lllo lad
who has been playing n niarkililo tennis
for the last year, hail all h cou.d do to
eliminate M. A. Taylor. 4 :. it I, 4 6.
F.uy will bo i(.,iuiiicil Ui-uiMii
M-trnroilian Junlir Championship sini,-l,
rlrs: llnund li. Andrail--. Jr, w.ni rmju J
I. Miuih hy dcluult; I.. I: cn.ln-i
t-nt-j w. j. r.oiiij. jr.. ; -i, ; . :-ii... -sli'r
won (ruin , While i.y def.m 1, n.
Allen defeat ! .1, ,, uriele. 1. - t -4:
T. H. Carl defeated .t. .M, l.iugndii, . C.
C 4, C 0. J T Kenilllet' r,m f.-o l 1
;.,u.".l':."c'J!,.ui 1'",' ""'"c:'
S-COOll Kullhil 1 It l'.er. n At. ..a
H C. t Mm . .--li I .1. Mi,l,l..
dill'll ilefeeted (Vlll 1 l.il.ll I-I-cik I ,'. I.
4: C. , Mitpuav den-iil, l ( imIiimis
1 ,:,:.J.?",,''' ,4 ,. ::.' i'"r'"'.! u 'l.'.'
. Andrade. j '. 'r,n n,',m i: ' n." ' t, " ,.e"l
' fault. , Cilaith-r d, f. .n. l i i: ,,i .
l '.'."Jl; ," .,.A:r defe i r .
; m. r'v' r.."i?. ... f, i. i" "i ', jV"!
man, Jr.. n from II. 'l. It hm-mii k ie.
' '"'.t; !' W. I'uiet. r o, I. ii. . . i, ri,B,
' If "M, lnh n 1 "llt",i
defe, ted ,i lwim, 7 .1 I sums
defeated r ie Hiwte. ; , i n.r.i i
, ;I,,,na I;'""1. '''',' 1 " . u, '
wr,j " Arli. .- ', " "," ' vi'Von
, iivi,,n,i ii i. n ,.( h
riilrd IPuiii I
A I ill lilU .
An.lra-le, Jr . -
Hattuviil ,1-f utr.i .
TENNIS AT SOUTH ORANGE.
Srsen I'lnyrra Mii-tlt,- fur
I'lrlil Clnli Mipri'mni'? .
sorni iiniw.i:, . . .1. ,-c,, '. -Scvni
1 of the inrn'i-M-i
Mit- I in tl e
1 annual tennis liainpi,'.-!ii;i tourney
i i nr.i n ,i i, ,i. i ,,r , . ,, , ,i
1 "'::.' .' ." : " - 'J '
iie'srge w C t ,, Vg-,. i ,,. n VI, .
m o.m pin-. ,.n .i.-r( i ,i i i
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,.r ".' ' M'" .'
ll.irrv i iia,np.i.i!. ' ,i i t , ,
!!.'. HU": " .- " " N 1 i" ai.:
nV.. VT'Toni..',: i" ,." ! ' . '
(', 4, rimer s in Tui, ,rs' r ,i, . i i tut
i .-"oiii i. iag.uy. i. ,i ,, i, o i.
. ' ". '!. '"I! -M.n
feated II. W. Chaiiipeuiil-, (
BELMONT PARK ENTRIES
First :sif Two ,ii sr ebU , ninul.'is.
Slid a liitlf lurloligs, siiMlght
imUx HniM- 1M )n.. liir.
- 'II . Home ..', Hut , .. .
S.l,ieler ,1111111 li.' 2!2 ll.iKil e
S'.' Firet H.illoi ',. '; Ci I.ii . k
l.' l.'itiiig Lily. II. II K.i.-b' nun
-- Uiiiiimv i.
Su nn I llaie- 411
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lnd.s. Horsr Ml Index II
II. i ii.
1 vvt .Milkman
fi. 7 Si I , li i.ri
. I III J..ili
I luce i r olds mii I
I llllrd lUie
silling ('lie mil
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2 i"' '
nijT"1,, ifS !"' a' ta','1,' 1"I,"Z'
i!,dli H,.-.i7 wi I.,m ., ' '
mn vm i . . r , -n iuih rmw uhm
I 704 Ituli I Nour ,. '7 si lltiis- iiniti,
li'il.x Horse Wl. hiikx lloree Wi
' y,Y Tu'.'iim'i .'ii .".'.111 i U'l.Vi'e M.t.d
.l llllllblel . .. ll S.'l .1 .lollll.illl .
' s.,n dnw 11", s',.' liur. i - u
7l.i 'Mill I our . II"
Mllll Itsie I'll ni' -tar ol,l-l
1 Ind. x llmi- M Index 1,..e
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Mi1 I'l 'low sup ,.1. IO I'l'lllilllu . i ii, 1 1
T. Tea Ca.1 ly , . Ill s, i iniii.iu , ,
I'lii' poiliiils li'iri'lili-i' alliiiiuiKu ildini, ,i
IFoimrily ,si,uaniiirc Hill
TENNIS FINAL TO-DAY.
The tltiiil of the .itiiiu.it him ,iiu,n t,.,,.
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