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Francis Ouimet Defends
United States at Golf
0, S. ON LIS
Francis Ouimet Faces Best
Golfers of England at Brook
line Country Club.
OPPOSES RAY AND VARDON
Experts Agree That American
Boy Has Chance to Estab
EROOKliINE, Mass., Sept. 20 Francis
Ouimet. n frail youth of twenty years.
toduv defends the honor of the United
ctot.a ne-ninst the best veterans of
England on the links at the country
club. Today he enters upon the final
round of the open golf championship
against Edward Ray and Harry Var
don, England's greatest performers, and
those who saw him play daringly yes
terday until he had Jied the English
men at 304 for 72 holes believe that he
has a chance to establish his superiority
for the year. To make his work all the
more wonderful, Ouimet is still an ama
teur, graduating from the caddy class
two years ago.
Ouimet's game yesterday attracted
B.O0O lovers of golf to the greens where
they stood In the pouring rain and
watched breathlessly the marvelous
work of the former country club caddy.
All hope of catching Ray and Vardon
had passed from the minds of the gal
lery until It was heard that Francis Oui
met was playing fine golf on his out
ward course. Ray had come In with a
card of 76. Then came VardonTs 78, ty
ing the total of Ray with 2 I or 64
holes. Into the limelight came Ouimet.
whose 74 brought him up even with tne
.Englishmen. , . .
The afternoon's work was Just as
good. The soggy greens interfered with
some fit the fine work, but the players
managed to make good scores. Raj- ana
Vardon came In with cards of 79 and
none expected Ouimet to catch them,
as he sloshed around with fours and
fives. ''But Beginning with the fifteenth
hole he got his game in hand and from
then on forged rapidly ahead until he
came to the final hole. He needed one
to win and two to tie the Englishman s
total. Taking plenty of lime the young
ster made a 35-foot putt. Just mlf'Jn
the hole. His ball rolled three feet be
yond the lip of the cup. Once more
taking his time with all the sangfroid
of a veteran. Ouimet gently tapped the
ball and watched It roll around the edge
of the hole and tnen arop uj. ""
tied Ray and Vardon.
Fraud Oulinet. Woodland:
Out 4415336 6-3
in 3 5 5 4 5 3 3 4 4-36- 74
Out 64S46B34 o 43
JVT S453S433 4-3S-7-lS3
Yesterday's score. 151. Total. 72 hole-04.
Harry Vardon, Enaiaad:
Momlns: . . . , ,
Out 6 4 6 4.434 t-41
In 4454543 4-377
Out 6686634 572
In 56465434 4-C7 7-137
Yesterday' score. 147. Total. 73 boles-304.
Edward Ray, England:
Out 64646444 611
la 34445434 4-35 76
Out 6E463466 643
In 43535444 4 36 7 155
Yesterdays score, 143. Total. 73 holes 304.
Other scores made jesterday and today
and total were:
Player and Club. day. day. Ttl.
UacDonald Smith. Wykaxyl.. . UO VS C07
Iula Telller, France
William Uarfn. Rochester..
l.l 156 307
... ... . i
J. M. Barnes, Tacoma 150 157 307
J. J. McDennot, Atlantic City.. 153 133 3CS
Herbert Strong, Inwood 149 161 310
P. Doyle. Myopia. lis 1S3 311
W. C Ftownes. Oakmont 154 158 311
E. W. Loving. Areola.. 155 156 SI!
Alec Campbell. Country Club.... 137 155 313
M. J. Brady. Wollaston Ii7 156 315
Matt Campbell, Country Club.. 16: in 316
Fred Htrreshoff. National lij jci 318
V.' E. Held, England H7 m 318
Alex Smith, 'Wykajo'l 157 161 318
Tom McXamara. Boston.! ... . 1ZS i;d 318
J A. Croke. Calumet is; im 319
R. Andrews. New Haven is 153 yj
Oforee Sargent. Chevy Chase.... 151 168 3lJ
O. Thorn. Shlnnecock. u; 153 ;t
Jack Dowllng. Scarsdale 154 l7 31
J. D. Travers. Upper Montclalr. IK i 323
K. Belwood. Garden City w Ki 333
J Taylor. Lakeside jei g- u
J Donaldson, Glen View 13; ies 3
- H Hurray. Montreal 160 14 334
D. Osilvie. Morris Co icj is 34
J. Hoben. Englenood 157 157 31
H. H. Barker. Roebuck 1S5 J67 335
Tom Anderson. Oakmont 137 169 TS
Alex Ross. Brae Burn Kl 173 y6
Fred G. McLeod, Columbia. 165 163 337
Tom Vardon. Onwentsla 163 164 337
J Shlppen. Maidstone 134 174 338
W Maimlre. Houston 16.-, 104 333
W C Fouargue. Ekokle 163 les 330
K Kefer. Ottawa ... m j sjj
George Cummlngs, Toronto 174 334
T Bynnar, Mecklenburg 153 173 333
Johnson Will Head
Laurel Track Board
LAUREL. Md., Sept. JO. Richard A.
Johnbon, well known In Maryland, be
lnfr a son-in-law of the late United
States Senator Arthur Pue Gorman and
brother-in-law of State Senator A. P.
Gorman. Jr., has been chosen president
of the Maryland State Fair AFOcIatlon,
which Is to conduct the fall race meet
ing here beginning October 1 and end
ing October a. Col. Matt J. Winn, or
Kentucky, Is vice president and manp
Eer. and Frederick Dallam, one of the
beet-known attorneys in Baltimore, Je
secretary and treasurer.
Colonel Winn, perhaps the most active
racing man In the country. Is maktnc
the local track the equal of the best.
He Is collecting the best horses to be
found for the coming meet, having the
co-operation of such sterling men ai
Johnson and Dallam. I'nless there Is
a demand for the parl-mutuel system,
open book-making will be In order at
Wins Game for Cubs
CHICAGO. Sept. M. Heinle Zimmer
man won yesterday's game from the
Braves, his double driving in the first
two runs and his homer sendl'r two
more across In the third. Cheney
:iched good ball. The score:
R. H. K.
Cubs -J01 350 OOx 6 8 2
Uraves (00 001 000 1 7 0
Ratterles Cubs, Cheney and Archer: '
Urac2, Perdue, Davis and Rarldcn.
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TO ttLUN LINE
One League Begins Schedule
and Others . Are Soon to
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Three Important meetings of bowling
leagues, which will help much in setting
the season into its regular stride, axe
scheduled to take place next week. Joe
Costlnett, president of the Arcade
League, which rolls at the small pins,
has called his teams together for Mon
day night, when details for pursuing the
schedule which begins September 29, will
be completed. Similar business will be
transacted at meetings of the Southern
Railroad Clerks' League, which Is
scheduled for Wednesday In the build'
ing at 1300 Pennsylvania avenue.
President H. K. Felllnger, of the In
teraenominational League has issued a
call for bowlers of the several churches
represented in that circuit to gather at
his home, 707 Fourteenth street south
east, next Monday night. Felllnger urges
that every bowler In the organization be
present at this meeting, as detailed
plans for the aproachlng bowling year
will be made. If possible, the Interde
nomlnatlonal League will begin its
schedule on Monday night. October 6.
the Palace alleys (downstairs) being the
most iiKeiy alleys to be used.
indications are that rolling In the
Westminister Duckpln League will com
mence on tne second Monday In October.
which falls on the 13th. A schedule
wnicn win include about sixty games, is
now being prepared by a committee ap
pointed last Monday night, for that pur
pose. Officials to have charge of the
1913-14 season have been named, George
Grubbs being named president, while
unaries wane win be official scorer. J.
F. Donaldson has been elected secretary
Washington's 1913-14 bowling season
was officially ushered in Thursday
lugui mien teams in tne Commercial
circuit rolled the first league games of
the year. Wm. Hahn & Sons took the
measure oi me Columbia Printing Com
pany team by two games out of three.
This Is the first season on the alleys
for Columbia, and it started out its
schedule by taking Its first string from
Hahn by 4 to 434. The latter team,
however, struck Its stride in the sec
ond and third strings and its 1ctorles
read like this: 409 to 452 and 473 to 456.
ogelsberger and Wagner were the
stars on their respective teams
Two setsvwere also decided last night
In the Commercial League. H. Ber
berich took all three of Its games from
General Baking Company by scores of
425-407, 4K-447. and 460-435. Iteinhardt
and Helnzman starred for the winners
while Osterman and Hollldge rolled the
highest Individual strings for Berbe
rich. The second set last night was be
tween Tolman Laundry, which lost all
three games, and Welshbachs. The lat
ter's victories were substantial In all
of the games. Wooden and Halley were
There is some doubt as to whether
or not a league will be formed this year
at the Washington Railway and Re
lief Association headquarters, which
has Its alleys In the "Palace Allvn
Building. It was announced today that
pnzee may ue nung up rrom month to
month for which the members of the
Relief Association will roll. Interest
Is thought to be kept alive better by
this system. Definite action as to the
plans of this body will be taken at a
meeting next Wednesday night
Reulbach Is Beaten,
But Nap Rucker Wins
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Sept. I1.-i;d
Reulbach lost, bis game In the tenth
to Packard, but Nap Rucker won the
setond game of the double-header, mak
ing the teams break een for the da.
II. H. K.
Reds- f' fro (CO 1-j 70
iMMlcerp I'M 'I0 ) 0-4) s 0
natterloK Rfds, I'nckurd .ind Kilns;
Dodger.". Reulbach and Klschcr.
II. 1 1. K.
DodKeiT tTO fr.l '022 T I
Reds 010 0O) O00-1 5 1
Batteries Doogers, Rucker and Fiach-
er; Reds, Hov.-an and Clark.
BEST SPORT PAGES IN
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BINGLES AND BUNTS
By GKAftTLAND RICE.
Certain writers nave panned the
two men. On the other hand, we believe they should be given credit forj
the finest .philanthropy, the game has ever shown for an amazing amount I
of mercy in giving the poor, inoffensive bushers a chance to get started
with a regular ball club.
Two More Weeks.
Two weeks from today and the curtain again nutters across the stage
leaving but two actors of the sixteen who started back in April.
In the last three years, out of sixteen ball clubs exactly three have
figured in the world series salvage in the main glory of the game. In
the last four years Giants and Athletics have figured on three occasions,
which shows again how hard it is to dislocate a ball club that has once
fought its way- to the top. -,
So while things are a trifle quiet In fourteen of the sixteen camps
just now, two weeks will bring back all the merry chatter of another
Winter League, when that sweeping chorus, "Next Year," will ripple from
the Browns and Cardinals as lustily as it does from the Mackmen and the
The Standing of the Clubs shows where they all belong today. But
fourteen days from now will find sixteen pennant contenders in the Held
in the place of only two.
The New Order.
They once said that "trnth was
in hid Satnrrtav Evenfnr Post varn.
. Tit. v t.
down. He has a New York manager
two days before the series starts has this pitcher report after the Giants
have lost two games and then the drafted one kicks in and wins three
straight games and the main dough.
Wo have seen fiction put over a number of highly technical episodes
before but this closes out the chapter. And to bear out this prize collec
tion of dope, the artist has McGraw and Jake Stahl coupled with Umpire
Evans and aide standing to one Bide as the leading Philadelphia slugger
is struck down and out. Truth may be stronger than fiction but not when
fiction is handled in a certain way.
Thi? yarn should be a tip to Mack and McGraw. He may now lamp
this headline '"Mack Drafts Waltpr Johnson to Face Giants; Adds Cobb,
Jackson, and Soeaker to His Outfield."
"McGraw Drafts Cravath and Seaton to Face Athletics: Confident of
Speaking of Tough Fortune.
Last season the Senators beat out the Athletlrg; this season they beat
out the Red So. Think of what would have happened if the two seasons
had teen reversed If they had beaten out the Red Sox last season and
the Mackmen this season.
Which shows by what queer turns great achievements are put through
or dismantled. By a simple shift, Walter Johnson by October 10 might
have had eight world series victories to his credit within two years.
When two ball games are played, they are listed as a double-header.
But what will be the correct title to employ when, on October 2 Giants
and Phillies meet in two and n half ball games?
So far, there ar only nineteen candidates mentioned for presidency
of thp National League. But politics in this circuit rarely gets going at
the full speed until the dav after the last world sories game Which re
calls the fact that there has been a good bit more politics in the X L in
the lest three years than there have been world sorles championships.'
K. F. Our tip for the pitching selection in the opening game is Ben
der, Plank. Shawkey, or Houck vs. Mathewson, Marquard Tesreau or
Deinaree. If you lose your gamble on this inside dope, charge 10 per cent
of It to us.
Oliveri Puts Team
Through Daily Practice
Joe Oliver! is holding dally practices
for the Vigilant Athletic Club at Vigi
lant P.irk. Fifteenth and H streets
northeast. About twenty candidates
have now reported for workouts, and
the team Is expected to take some defi
nite form before the coming week Is
Kornan. a fast youngster rrom the
He Witt Clinton High School, of Neu
Yotlc, was out for the first time and
u tried In the backflehl, and gives
promise of making a good man foi the
Will Run Tomorrow.
,t IJpniiiiigfc track tomorrow at i
o eloeii nit" u'iuii-o iiuiiKrs ru me
city will hold thu-omlle practice
.U'unt under the auspice? of thj Carroll
Institute. Ml im;w3 are welcome to
nter. Lust bimday s race was so su
rersful that the promoters may hold one
'ery week, affording good practice for
tne auueus oi us civ.
THE WASHINGTON TBIES,
Cardinals for only drafting one or
stranger than Action."
has turned thin omlnont thn 0m
j , ,. L . ' l
draft a pitcher for the world series
Stirring Battle For
Center at Georgetown
The ,etrn of Phil rtltcli. tSeorgc
towns varsity center ,Tf ii next
month, mrais that he and ivtiltz will
Put up u stirring battle for the regular
Pivot posits,,. Itltel, was not expect.il
back, but lc. has .lecide.1 to enter the
Uw school October I. ,i W OOII1C. OIIt
for the .leen at once.
tern0"! '."v'r?1"? Wl" '"i " "" ""'-
a Mi ke .iua.l under th.-ir chaw, hut
... str .and dates for tneM.. are ...
N. II '.'." '"!? '" ""rflK llisi.lflul.lc
I .l.l.itlo JCappone. . foi n,er Central
High Mar. is being uorl.c.1 at one ..f
the ta.-klej.. ulti, ..,Kcll. f last
years mhu.i, at the other Th lir.st
eleven hhaped i(, rnn.H UU.
las-.l. Donnell. C-il.lor. Iin.lr.au.
Mui-tlii. Kiclicnl.iiii,. anil oV..:in.lI.
tackles. Zappoile and llelsl.ell. u.ir.lri
HcNulty and Han on. cent-r. .'i-.ic.
quarterback. Costello, Foley, half harks.
Martin, Cuddy. Golden, fullback.
SATURDAY, SEPTEIBER 20, 1913.
Carlisle Will Attract Coaches
on the Lookout for New
Fashions in Game.
Football Games Today.
Carlisle vs. Albright, at Carlisle, Pa.
Hampden - Sidney vs. Richmond
Blues, at Hampden-Sidney.
Maine vs. Fort Williams, at Orono,
Gettysburg vs. Bloomsburg, at
Today King Football makes his bow.
slipping In with a few unimportant
games to prepare the lovers of this
great college game for the real games
to be teen next Saturday. The Carlisle
Indians, playing a weak team, will at-
tract many coaches from various big
teams, as the red men always indite
in their very first struggle the strength
of their material. Today's games are
of no importance whatever but nest
Saturday the tale will be different.
1 Next Wednesday Yale and Cornell
will start their gridiron seasons, Wes
ltyan lining up against the Ells at New
Haven and Urslnus visiting Ithaca for
a clash with Al Sharpe's eleven. Holy
Cioss also gets under way on that day,
facing Norwich at Worcester, Mass.
Next Saturday the season will be on
In all its glory, all the biir elevens tin.
Ting up In preliminary skirmishes. West
i-omi. urowp, .mnersi. Harvard.
Princeton. Dartmouth. Lafayette. Penn
sylvania and Virginia will start their
seasons a week from today. Yes, the
football season has arrived.
First Scrimmage For
HANOVER. N II.. Sep:. 20. Today
marks the bc;iiinin gof th daily scrim
maging for the big Dartmouth squa.1
under Coach Cavanaugh. Three week"
have rten spent In signal drill and rudi
mentary work and the plajers welcome
the change. A thousand students stood
ll he iyin yesterday and watched Cav
tinaugh drle the rquad. Whitney. Cur
tis and Ambrose handled a wet ball
skillfully. Ghee and I.IenUn alternat
ed at quarterback. Dunbar's pasinc
wns smooth, considering the soggy field
and wet ball.
Jimmy Craig Gives Up
Football for the Track
ANN A It I tO R. Allch., Sept. 20. H-ad
Ce.ieh Fielding Yost said today that
v.hllo the thlity-lue Michigan men whe
have ifporte.I for football -o far tlilc
M'.ir look willing anil husky, he cannot
dope out just how the will behave in
action. "I suppose Unit as soon as the
fireworks start, theie will he a lot or
them to be let out," he silil.
A ho.-ny blow lias be.n dealt the team
bv the retirement ol Jimmy Craig. t.e
ciack runiii'.i? half-back, who will de
vote nil his time to track work. Boyle,
i.nother veteran li-iekliclil man, may
not return to college.
Morris Defeats Reich.
Ni:V YORK. Sept. 3. -There s one
, ..,. "white hoe" on todax'.s list Carl
Murili". "f Oklahoma, anil once n
l-iipe" liiinc"oll. exploded the ambition1.
...' A' I'eh'i. formei niii.iteiii hea v
v. iKht di mipiou. in the -e. ou.l lotin.j
ol a lioiil th.it was to li.r. i koiic ten
Itel.-h. weighing 2,!,,- ami Ihe pietine
ef an .it !il le .iloiicfi.le of Aloivs. whose
;i". p.i l.dfi -hiU like jrlli nh.-ii It.
hf.ppe'l about . coiiipl.-te at Mol
lis iiid. II. hivln t ,ih idea what
toil.) fit in tin in.c.iirnt lie in npeil from
lib oilier to lectlv. the li.tt smash on
llic forehead until Moms landed u
xiilo.i." foit full ..n the point of tin j..w
h tlif secoiid lurtul. K.-i.-h .lioppel
bin. took the count without ovcmciu or
Where It Is
BOB THAYER'S SPORTING GOSSIP
"EVERY KNOCK IS A BOOST."-
We're with him.
We're all with that stout-hearted
youth, Francis Ouimet, who succeeded
in tying those veterans of the links,
Vardon and Ray. in the open cham
pionship at Brookline yesterday. He
typifies the athletic courage of the
country, never . quitting until the last
hand is played. He may not win today.
but he has earned the unstinted ap
plause of the whole land.
Has good future.
With such men at- its head at Richard
A. Johnson, Frederick Dallam and Col.
Matt J. Wynn. the Maryland State Fair
Association should have an excellent
racing season at Laurel next month.
These officials are certain to have the
laurel racing on an exceedingly high
plane and lovers of the horses are
sure to reap the benefit.
Love looks good. .
"Slim" Love looke like a mighty
good pitching proposition. The lanky
youth from Atlanta, held the best hit
ters on the Detroit club helpless yester
day whenever hits meant runs and
earned a longer trial with the Grlff
men. The boy's coolness spreads Itself
to the other members of the team and
aids him In winning.
Bankers are playing.
Today the Bankers are scneauiea to
meet the Richmond Grays In the Vir
clnla capital for the amateur chain
ninnshln. Each team has a game to
its credit and today's doubleheader will
Last Cricket Game
On Cards Tomorrow
The last cricket game to be played
this season on the field at Rock Creek
park will take Place tomorrow after
noon, the Captain's team meeting tne
Vice Captain's In an afternoon match.
This rame has been arrnged by capt.
Jimmy Rose, to take the ulace of the
reculr game with Baltimore that was
SHS of VaTtlm'oK SJer
Svmatc'lfed'and quite a bit of rival-
rTThiJtbcec "players will as.
k? m nock Creek park and prac
tice foi' ?he "combat of tomorrow, which
fi surt promptly at 2 o'clock.
Siddons Is Referee
At Swimming Races
Hon Frederick U Siddons, Commis
.. .'.' .,f the DIstiict of Columbia, .s
todav acting In the capacity of official
referee at the swimming races for the
champions-lip of the industrial Home
School at S2S Wisconsin axenue. The
meet is held under the personal super
vision of Coach F. J Brunner. of the
Washington Swimming" t lub. volunteer
Instructor in swimming at the school.
Invites Old Players.
NFW IIAVI-N. Conn. Sept. 20. For
mer 'football stars of Old Kll Have been
Invited to iMine to New Haven and
help ginger up the football squad. This
Is the first ".mie that such an nppeul
I,., ever been issued. Yale's first game
comes next WcliieMlaj with Wesleyan.
t iC'li a nracticc .scrimmage between
t firvt .iil second teams is on th
cards for t.la. Frank Mink-y is here,
assisting llottanl Joins, head coach.
All Praise Ouimet.
ifiviinx" S--pt 'J - A
.,'s ..Uist.l li'ie l' tlio new a of th.
triple tie for the American open go!'
.h ii.ipionsliio I'.'fi' ?"'' ' ,1"'
cnuntrv oiilhlently ep-til that tlio
..i, i.,in!on.-hii would be won outrighl
b Vardon. Ra
or Heid. Special cable3
puliiislicd with startl'iix
bead1' ii 3
5,111 h as 'Tolied by Bo..'
The Vall Chtonlc'e dcci'ibc3
performances as one of tlio
flaait is the umala of iolf.
be fought to a finish. It is unfortu
nate that so much time has elapsed
since they met here, as the Interest in
the series has about died. out.
Football under way.
Football makes its
bow today, not
much of a bow, but still It makes itself
known to the sporting world. From now
on the grldironers will begin to crowd,
the swimmers, golfers, baseball players
and other athletes from the choice
places on the sport pages all over the
i land. And I don't know but that it
will be a welcome change, too.
Mclnnes may play.
"Stuffy" Mclnnes may be able to take
his place In the Athletics' line-up
against the Giants, after aJL He is al
most vitally necessary to the success of
the Mackmen In the world's series. He
Is expected to pound Rube Marquard's
southpaw slants, making up 'with Rube
Oldring and Jack Barry for the possible
Inability of Collins and Baker to hit the
eccentric lad. No wonder Connie. Mack
Is chuckling over th'e good news from
Doyle a favorite.
Connie Doyle wll be a favorite over
Spencer Gordon next week In the annual
District tenls championships at Woodley
Park. Gordon Is now holder of the
title, but Doyle's excellent playing yes
terday proved him to Ne the superior of
Gordon. By all odds Doyle Is the best
tennis player In the Capital
Practice at Outing
CAMBRIDGE. Mmi Snf "n-r.T,.
luuay on an OUlinc- at file mlmmei-
home of Percy Haughton, ln?ad coach,
near Newport. But It Is not all ease
and quiet there, for the men took their
scrimmage toes along and will have a
round of tackle practice.
Heavy rain prevented practice yester
day for all but the centers and quar
terbacks, who spent the afternoon get
ting used to a wet ball.
Foreigners Will Try
To Develop Winners
NEW YORK Sent
20. "While the
United States doesn't
need to worry
about her chances In the next Olympic ' half's?,1, aDd.,I'a"?t,3 coaches, and AI
gaines. athletes over here should be on rfi? Je'. the 19H captain and qnar-
tneir toes all the time." said James E.
Sullivan, secretary of the Amateur
Athletie I'nl,-,,, fnrhv saillK'nn 1 hnpl.
on the iob today, having returned .from I
the Berlin meeting of the International 1
Athletic Federation at which nans'
were discussed for the next Olympics.
sweaen an cnginnu as wen as r mnce, .
said Sullivan, are
olng to make a su-
nrtmf ffnrt tnti-fir,! ,lM'Alnn!m.
that can compete with the American I
Easterly May Drop.
ROSTON, Sept. 20. Catcher Ted East
erly of the Chicago White Sox. will be
sent to Milwaukee as par: payment on
i!ie deal by which Larry Chappell joined
Comis-key's band, it was reported o
tlay. If Catchci Dalej. of the Lowell.
Mnss.. eluD. niZikcs cc-od with the Sox
l)alc. who comes hlghl touted. w:!l
Join the box here tomorrow.
Fritz Comes Out.
ITHACA. N Y.. Sept :. Hew.tnl
Filtz. ilulit halflM'-k on a:,t jearS Cor
nell ;con. has lolne-J the miiM" anil
the coaches are happy. Gi'.berA a star
at Wisconsin two enrs ago, has also
Havre de GrrKe Races
From sept. 10th 30th Imcluilve.
Special Trnla Pen. R- 1210 p.ai.
Fare. MP Trl, S1.S
AdmU.lon to CnJ biid JiJ I'ad4.k.
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Gordon and Doyle Will
-: Mett Again Next Week
WILL MEET AGAIN
Defeated Champion Has An
other Chance Next Week at
Conrad B. Doyle, who today holds the
tennis title of the Columbia Coaatrr
Club, as a result of defeating Spencer
.Gordon In the finals in three straight
sets by . s-3, and to 4. will have an
other chance to establish, beyond crea
tion, his superiority when he again
meets Gordon In the annual District
championship tourney on the courts of
the Bachelor's Club In Woodier Parle
next week. Gordon, who la District
champlcn, waa unable to cope with the
Il" reach and cutting drives of Deqrle.
ir -1,;wuo "J" e in mens
sIF.IS. Dovle also took high, together
with Paul J. Treanor In the seml-naals
when, that pair took- the measure or
Spencer Gordon and -J. IT. Moorhead.
the scores being;. 6-S. 4- and to JLL
2J!? i3 .c team work waa plately
responsltle for thla victory. T?eaaor
lost to Chapman in the third round of
Miss Eva Baker and Miss Alma Du
four meet for the title in the finatoot
i-.t. men.s niea 'oday. The finals
in the men s doubles are also scheduled
between Connie B. Doyle aid9 Paul
Treanor -vs. the winner of the JL J
Gore and Burton-Louis T. Doyle and
Barber match. In" the ienrtnsSea!
hEmJSK "" th,rd bracket 1. to b
decided. The card follows:
Semifinals-Louis I. Doyle and Barber
V,A- J- Gore and Burton. JJroer
Finals-Connie B. Doyle and Paul
Treanor vs. winners of the il-final
ShHn,n F- A- Morgan vs.
Shepard. A. J. Gore vs. E. W. Deakin.
A. H. Morrow vs. Graham.
fJr,S-MIs E t. Kb.
OMEN'S SIXGL.ES. fiwanr .. ...
Pennsy Squad Works
On Slippery Gridiron
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. .-In spite
of a slippery field. Coach George Brooke
today had the University of Pennsyl
vania football squad out of quarters at
an early hour and put them through
K tE? h aBd tumb,e dramas
i L "?,,' fre oul assisting Brooke la
' handling the-men.
May Become Magnate.
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Sent
snecKard. or the Reds Is
whether , , K,,.m '- ..?..'
c wcuii mag-
u.iif. nc ..as oeen asKed to buy the
Brockton. Mass.. cluh. hut tn,i j
clared he had not yet decided to pur
chase the club. "
DOYLE AND GORDON -,
The new management of
the Maryland State Fair an
nounces the opening of its
Fall RaceMeetms; at Laurel,
Maryland, October first to
thirty-first, 1913. ( '
R. A. JOHXSOV, .
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