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tup wFATHP.r? MPVF.I? INTERFERES SOMEHOW IT SEEMS NATURAL FOR BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK WITH A MAN'S LIFE UNLESS HE'S GOT TIME TO THINK ABOUT IT. A WOMAN TLlVtS'lZ rLArbK JU WllS A LOVE GAME IF SHE CAN. ALL IN A DAYS SPORT Copyright, 1111. by The freas 1'ubllahlnrr Co. (The New Tork Evening World). oinThe Brines s- ...i) i m mmsmmmmmmm&mrv twv "in . -j 1 sis. , 11 . a a. MwnajiiiiiiiiMiwp i- - yppr ijgiiir - i ,. i ' THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918. ml ! ti ) ChXT HiJT . 1 Bought YoU Rjr. Aw li "L the B.?' Wins Skirmish Over Joc Mulvihill in Their Press . jAgcnt Battle. ' $CTTtfM. !!, n. ! riibrleJilti O. lib ." Tot Lenin World.) THERE U a press agent battle on between Joe Mulvihill and J. ( the D. Mulvihill has been Irvine to ret ud a boxing bout between Fulton and Dtmpsey, to be fought In Danbury, 04an July 4. He has been busy send ing out press noticed, and J. the II., t6o claims a right to guide tho des tinies of Jack Dcmpaey, sends out rxtUnter (iters notices. J. the It. says Ibat he will horn In on Dempsey'a money, or thcro will be no fight. MuU Tljilll says there will bo a fight, and '.the It. will bo standing on the cor i itar outside. jMulvlhlll explains that he Isn't run. alng the fight for financial gain. Far from him be such a thought. He Is rtfiitilhr It to give 10 per cent, of the gross receipts to the Danbury War Cljarltlea. Mulvihill writes that his father was a Civil War veteran, and that all of his own brothers are now Injthc sen-ice and fighting for France, .ffturally ho wants to do something ret the soldiers, f f. the II. admits that hla Idea In i trilng to prevent tho tight at Dan bury la to put some money Into his own pocket. 3. the U. takes one mean swat at promoter Mulvihill. He writes his namo "Mulverhlll." Meanwhile, Joe Mulvihill goes right aJing serenely. His latest "flimsy" In a masterly article on Mulvihill and hi works. It carries the typewritten hmdlnet "jitULVHULU the Promoter I'atrlot. Ills Views and Ideas." . In It friend Joseph mentlona Fulton once and Dempsey once llko this: "Tho Fulton. Dempsey contest to be hold In Danbury," 4c. Itut while he mentions each flrlitei I but once ho makes up by mentioning tho name of Mulvihill (that In to say, "Mr. Mulvihill") no less than rJevei times. Which strlkei a fulr averaga. fpn the other hand, J. the II. type writes, with many protests of honesty and sincerity, a short b-it touching account of his own firmness nd sterling sense of justice, not to mention truly humanitarian syrr. l.rny with "Mr. Mulverhlll." So that the1 newspapers won't make any nils take, and leavo bis name out of th headlines, he writes his own head line. The first word In It Is" a name and the first letter of tho name Is "It" 'We'll let it go at that. By the. uau, J. the 11, tcl.u oxer "MutverhUl" in one nay. The firtt pamyraph of hit yet terddy'i dope theft vufitttliit hit imme teven t lines. ilutelhM mention t "Mr. Mulvlhitr' only 7ir c km ft in the first ttanza. Honest John KeJIy thlnt.s thn fight will come off and Honest John lin iu the least sure that Fulton will bi nilo to rtiake any dents In Demnr or stall thruuzli llciniiy h rushes. If Fulton l remyved thcit will hf only one world s champion. Ilia ad ureas is in the Kansas directory HpHEV had nonis 11 flKljtlng In a Jled Lross show in nan I ran elaoo a few days ugu. Hilly Mlske knocked out Henry Hendricks In trt second round of a four-iound fight llllly MLske says he In unulila tu "Dick a winner" when fuiton ana Defr.naev meot. "They look tvenly mult'lied." lie 4i when Interviewed. They would make a i;rext right l iMon ii.ih u wonderful left hand and if Jack can't avoid It lie's cumjr to bo defeated. Hut lmptfy U ei faBt. lie's fuat r than Fulton. Ho may be ulilr m Kt lnsldo of Fulton's left hand nnd in that cak ho'll let Fjlion." Mlske rnakc.t his prediction ptfcetl safe. He ousht to bo a rportlng writer. TOMMT Ut'n.N'S. who once lost the world's heavyweight tllW to Jack Johnson, Is now a boxing Instructor in a Canadian tralnlpg camp. Tommy feels tho result of tf newed training and athletic activity, for he has lasued a challenge to I 're J Fulton. ' Tommy was a gicat llttlo heavy weight In his doy. Hut they U'.dn't have any Fultous flouting :u-ui.d , then. Tho men he louirht and hfut- Jack O'Hrlen, Gunner Murr, Marvin Hart, II1II 8UlroH, Hill 1 jingo -nr uouipureu ror un insiuni wiui I' liiiou. t5ievtn If Tommy weio at his boat ho, might huvo trouble with t . big jjlasiercr. However and hete s wher E!lM!lf' Hum- nutcl&a&e.d ul of thisu men a mile. The first man who gave him a fight was Johnson. Hum al ways wunted to fight Sam Lausfnid, nd It Is likely that ho would have lietn a good match for the Tar llaliy too. According to that dope he n Ignt have a chance with Fulton, f he could go back ten jeurs. Tunmy might take somo comfort out of that, ana hick to instructing tiifuiiiuuiuim In -the One art of walloping the Duche. 3 Wk I I Sponge Up Horse's Nose And Talk of Stir Up Racing Stewards Has to Do With Easy Victory of Cherry Malotte in Mcadowbrook Steeple chase. By Vincent Treanor. THK IliOinont I'ark stewards are trying to find out who stuffed u spongn up me riorse r before the running of the Meadowbrook Handicap Hteeplechase Saturday. As Is customary, the offi cials ore going about thu Investiga tion very quietly for fear of stirring up scandal, for. horso racing Jr.it now can't atand much scandal. The Inhuman treatment the horae was subjected to come to light after rumors that the ruce waa fixed for Cherry Mulnlte to win. Uet mid Hrentwuoil, he hitter the logical fa- I'oiltf. wtic Mippoxrdly "In the ran" is the rrfcuin saying goes. And the 'tie.tiiiuptlun now Is, i .cording tn lh scaiidiil iiionstis, that as neltlur the Irook.i Inleii'st nor the I WW of the noree cuuiu ne leaeuea, wir iuhb . rick wus ritotted to In order tn ' him nnd make the race a sure ! toii hlui; for Cherry Malotie. Ilumnr ol tills kind aie not new in the race irack by any means. They are heard regularly, eiprcially concerning stecplechuxes, but as a rule they proo to be wlt'iout any real foundation. In this case there aie stor'.et of a rlcon-up by a betting coterie on Cherry Malotte. It will be remembered that despite his poor showing In his pr.v.ous race, he was , , . ,. , bet on with unusual confidence wn" elos 'd about favorite, whereas Hient- wood, the lerfltimite choice, on public form, ret -dud In the oral market. ., ... i the rice was run with Cherrj Ma- i lie in rninniiui.l all the wnj. The .lour liie IWooks went after blm anil ,-nng on t,uu.,oy unt'l the sponge j,i li s iiomi Interfered with n.s tn eattnng ami he had to gie up the txo see I'halerlan win by hlmsolf Shut contention. To jumps fiont the linger shot hla mount to the front finish the race still promised a con. test. Ilrentwood appeared to lie running strong at this point, but sud den!) Ills rldrr went out of the sad dle. The nme thing happened to Het. With this pair out of the way Oherry Malotte just hnd to gullop the rest of the way to win In n romp and Itrooks stugxored home second. The betting end of the story Is coin para tUel unimportant, but the sponge trick ought to be run down until the guilty pirt or part'ei are fonnJ. The race run bj .Ij'itee In the He' -Jjnie. i 'if oppl,ig event on yeatrr da'x i .ii U. tt.kra htr out of tho hundluapper's 'liaiidt for the time be- mg at least. The 121 pounds she car rkd evidently unchoted her. for she didn't hsve any of her charactenattc rpred. In her last race she carried 114, had plcntl of opcr-d and won In I a gallop. Jimmy Uowe says weight will stop a train. Kvtdcntly he U right. Had Jyntee won ogaln yes- . . . . ..v.".- . ... havo handed her an additional bur Betting Coup don In her next start. Different aa Jvntee's race was from that of her last appearance It had nothing on the pcrformanco of Hal vtstru, compared to her previous outing. I'lieu sliu w.is led liotlie by Ueu Uow, u :0 to 1 shot und alio h.i nnn nf thu HiitHhlnir minor sho showed yesterday tn getting home In xrom oc imii rranit aim iu ..... .....wrTTT ..... '.i,mni many of the Andrew Miller horses to lioston. He will go against nrun KStl Var'nofln KsU.1 I'owney. tho crack fighter of Colum bin wont along too. Joe Healy, who t,,,,, o., who has taken on so muci Is now an ugent for tho Wrung Mp- , . aal Iew nionths that tor Vans Company, hud charge of tho ft (((Bltlmat0 middlcwlht. . ,Thcy will como together In a twelve- It seems that when fields of two-,roun(1 ul nt H5 pounds, which to yeur-olds go up tho chute to the stint, ii.htcat weight that Downey was tho post positions they draw makes ne iiK"'0.31 a"1 .,.., A M,i-. .iitytnnr. in iim ktjirtr'M Assist- wllllnir to make for the contest, as ants. Yesterday, for lustHnco, U. D. Wldeners Wis Joun ilrew number t. on the extromo outside, but when th barrier went un hc got ort from the middle of tha bunch. This Just about won for her. Jimmy FlUslmmon nont be sat-1 lined until I-ady Vulcam comes down In fiont. He was sweet on he? won i,ul njle wus kicked ill the post, Yesterday, In tho third race. Hu was Just tw conndent. ".she hasn't run i bcfoie the lace. Lady Vulualn, how 1 ever, didn't get Hnytbing. Put a tab on her. Jack Joyner was ver; n'tiAi ilia pleased with the ride linnor gave Lnnlus in tho Hempstead Handicap und ho read, the riot act to tho loy afterward. 'Why, you never turned that horse a heud loose," ho told the youngster. Unsor finally admitted such waa the case, but explained that h. was trying to get tho feUIng to mhango hla stride, but dlun t auoceed U11ti too lato. I Andy Shutttnger ceitainly put up a glll-tuged riae in geiiing marrj nan- lisr nouin in llio liiomrii intu, nun till ( tbe clu.I, orf , ;roMti ook ,he fQ( i,nt U to let Coniniuii Law und lir.nado ruif their heads off In front. , Tn. ftn,i lust an even body was expecting from nownere, to wlu going ainj. The fifth raco was full of good things, as maiden tvents alwuj are. Home of the.m were .lack Stuart, Com mon I.iw, rhaletlnn and No Uwn. Tlie Trump was lerarded aa a "sine thing" In th last raco of thfl day. Madden liked It and to did many an other of tbe speculatively Inclined. Meanwhile The Trump was made a favorite, while Aunt uinan. the leglti mute 7 to & choice, receded to 3 to 1. llr)k was played well, too. The rate developed Into a stirring conteM nnd tho ftulh wnn close, but Aunt DiiihIi wus lu front, The tlnlfh between Kunflash 11. ami Old Koenlg was so close that oithei's numbs- could Imve been ,it up. straight Forward t-lofe.l fast from last place at inn imau or tno stietcb to he third. Uvtdently Ambrose was no ' Improvement on JoV.nny McT, rt. Illneli .Iratrr to !! In Knaland. LONDON, Jun tl (llntUh Admlrtilty per wireless press) J. TJ. Joel has re- fll,,rt . otttT 0f Lii.m for lilt hor.e ci . letter, which won Hie Kt I.enei in 1 10t4. Thl action ws i taken be Mr .Joe' Ion tho ground thit it would be against - to leave the country. me nstit' ...-- .w .,wm .,,..,.. Ray Rivers Writes From He Misses Evening World Sporting Pages 1 Ray Rivers, the California boser, who did quite a bit of finhting hereabouts, writes from "over there:" FRANCE, May 30. To the Sportlno Editor, New York Evening World: Deor Friond: A few lines to let you know that I have been hsre In France now a number of weekt, getting ready for the blggtit fight of my career, but you can gamble on one thing, and that is that I will be in better ahape than I waa for a lot of my bouts in New York. There is one thing that I miss more than anything else (even Droad. way), and that fa the sporting sheet or The Evening World. Qee, I'd give anything If I could only see John Polloek'a Flatlo Column onee in a while. We get a little basebsll pews here, but no fight dops, and am Just wondoring how all the battlers ore getting along since I left that good old U. S. A. Don't forget to lot all the boys know where I am, also give my beat regards to Mr. PollotK Mr. Edgren and Denny Kaulf. I plsced a littlo bet on the Giants a few dsys ago and I hope I don't net "knocked" before I collect. Drop me a line when you have n a mtr ne time. As ever. 302d C Fistic News joim Jack llrltton, tho former welte.- WC(!ht champion, wlll display Ml great cleverness again to-nUht In un- "ther bout at the Armory A- A. of n decision la to bo rcndeied, tha , nre thut both men will "i;"t c" ,nc" , 1 . ..nn,r ha. i,c-n their hardest, as tho winner nas promised a mutch with led Lewis, Mr. welterweight champion. vv.m.n .lJ n.t tu Uai utw Our'.' 'ini "J"" ,iU U.tA. ifbeJuKt tht iwr. A. a. i taunt ol tiit i.m, n At tiiAt The i Ins mini.wni n, i't u i"t .u,ni nUjt. bit UilMkjr mH h'l tliitlM lonlua Ititriulcr uU ci.nl!lc! md tl Ulr Ctt (ell ii cn. lltUT Mikf. t lir.-'J o hiwelht nin.rl UtnJrtiVi In tV w"'l r miJ i letit Uiiirvj lion fjr U ltJ t " liscls"" iwollj. ro lui lol '' en fUlurdij nljht. -bt" c0 Jtffhin, tht rtt(ornli htrltM. to tound it. 1t itten sllt tb twit drw. but t! .' irille cUlroeJ Metbtu in oo pnloK. Kltl Wi!lim of lltltlniere iltn rl fixbt tu olun. ul !! l0 u' roiu' ttn to in ui fi'" c nune- fir hli ir lie tomnl Yuri I'Hiwi. i'j Hj:iiukiv Uiilltr. In tl. l.ri ojfO it nf it AOMikiO A. C. U TlilMai'rc rtn" ! die dj'to juiHOtee of J,0iO tot til utnt. I Jry pte.irU e.w. VIlrh!Mi' II ll "11 ' " l ifted lilt of v'er Jl.oW R.iiw.i lltrrtl lol llermin ll.nti t..e II. ti rare l.trlll wmolrtt ' eie uO Uie ".mis" to' .tie tinw, lunnii j iri l.ilin in thi I elti. e!iled iui d.fif"ti ml r l rHr IXllo. T"J t ftli 1U ol lr Ivjilnt ijji H U One llueu!, i'uli. nieir 111 iSow tll l l"M on Jm iV lin liearit CliT "I" w" ntiuii or JJuua) imodf lo tl" DUln non Viiier. runi.rt 'mi rteatb t.f-l". OJ 1"'" " Ul tODIlU vrllM.' HI ' t'nn til'). liniMUored lixlij tail " ""'t tod t Itie tutuie "III bk lu lll 'eiterelih!, n lie ran u " ' U It ir.-J pjliaJl. tt Kltlnce dil nut Int.ul to lijn uiln. Ualey t rerttin iti Vi's-ir ;i eivuiuillf le nm tu conujlao of lint i i la order pot to ewf.iet eh to Ikiiipi ibon tif.d b lb Anuorj A t Jer-i Cltj Hie Knlr'm of toliu.u of lUi.j.r, J., till ile.ute'1 la :'IF lu" ' " eiumaieott on Tlm.d') nUiit. iMaiiuoi i niun u reu Mille Jifkeou ' l 1.1 ..'i avd Tommr Ttoh.l of Pa.eiKo. ,N J u i.n.'d liaai Hit nnUi wntl launti iiiaiLt If iu Biuil.f l'l Me Memi'1'! oinit!c!:!. nd l"rwn Hum i Jeriej fit mn cum to tfrro ta "r i g.i.;lon the; U Irifl iu for a ll tnii rooiid reiilt at tu American A f. of Haitian rr. a. ti baaf bit. ptk tr en I'n ti ih'. oi J i , Miuh rcller lla.rU la aiil.o u to ' i n bout aod tb outi btuii ii a tliffc-'eo.e o.' Uo uoda. t D'e.t lltunr I.e. na.1. he ntii lijMneuriil I Unit. la ueiuid tl C twu.it, lixie U sat the Trenches How mveno, Trench Mortar Battery, A. E. F. poiiock and Gossip) a thinre o Denne ind Lew Trodler. the nr llihllhl tit I'MlaitetDblt. cI"l.lo tn bltlie. Tiruller' roaniijT ) U't l"U to; can al'a auk 1.-H loun.:. .n.1 fa, Itut tit wudO. I . I Bdeer num. ..rr '' u(ter of JM from liana. Hinter. ihe ind.ulu. o.. twooioier. for rirtwn m nt Geun cmd i it .New tulle. Pa., boier In IU lomi'r cii I "J - """I' .V "" " ..' . ritllM of 30 ir nt. tlaoter .nt. t brtoa . fl-,n.tound bill! Ll I uus, h... irro.n tlrrd of Ih, bi.ln. name, fori ld(d. some pretty and COUrafiCOUS I t lu roinaitr Kd.tlo ilead d''rt.t lo-dar tut.-. Jo. i tic sister wishes In her heart that Flio told him iitat h nouaWt "iU onlj etiaie la I 1J() )Crn torn u man, and perhaps It uu. o battle, that -lH rok, l.arn. of hai,0ed. 'oner fill, and after lbt lie ould d.i a.) bis """iuii i. . .. , ....! lijlilln U flu:, H.m. J .ill ei.lt iu tie, Asldo from 11 llttlo slstellj Ug.llU ustf Iu fe uiji. I fur her opponents. Mulla. never gives I If Jolinut llrtilltu of Akron. iiii tlujn. t tU oil et.U u lut in He fu ft t h.i lili Iren duliu Iu the llt e.Ut UjnlU U will .x)n bj lurhtlm 1'flit Uatieliil. Jolinui iaa a n-k licltftJt Uut Ivu trk JJ, n.l lu-dir tie tuut do anj Utter than Jutl l)Utidl. III! f.jllt ultll Tel IIi ! Aaron. II., on Hi (teinooii t- July 4 ndl t at rate, iielsiu. Im aklc thai uo cii',l U u,irl Li lb uiatcb. I.irrj Haven. Iw batl.lni Hart. t'tatri up (ir to iMrt tiflta. lilt Tint ui.l I with Toovni fuel, the I'hllidelulili fuiliter, for a.i round it tat fiDria A. A. of I'lilUielpiili on tVla; nlKit and hit imuJ Ua Jo llo.rell. noUirr Duiker City tattler, for ten rousut at tu Wttron A. 0. of UndlDf. ft,, on tht oUI't of Junt IS. llikt Collin, mirtitr of Krl Vjlton. in elected llarr) Willi, tht to.orM liarrUH. aud name, allien, ih. N. J.,-, ui act ai a.rrtoj 1-rln.r. for l ullou t , b. i cent!) into cwvlltlun lor tent: Tvtind to ltu Jaik IKvuc)' at Hie Hi ik' an tao it oiilt.i itir will Mat tl llansu:). lVc.i. tn JnH . Southern Ass'n Closes June 28 BirtMI.NOHAM. Ala., June 11. Di rectors of the Southern Association of professional llaseball Clubs voted unanimously to end tho prrsent sea. son on June 28. lick of Interest lu the game. Increased tiansportatlon costs under the in w passenger rates and the draft expected to be made on players as the result of Proost Mar shal Ocner.il Crowder's "work or fight" icsulutlon were assigned as reasons for the action. WKST POINT. N- y., .lutie II Cadet William S. .Mumiy of c.a, foinln. centre fielder of the Army n elected Can " ... Ud VP" baseball team, has been lain for next season. Murray i a heavy hlttei. . MHiuieri. MnUr. saeto rtnlt. nOSTON, Ma... June ...-Ten, Mc C.oern ef I'lillaJelphla made ounj rlacco of Ito.ton quit In four ounds hole lam night C!i"Li ta '!: tth eii-.f. . Adm. 00c Adit. " Tela Oisundi. H TS IVAViER. ON THE (SlOiE Tti e7tVIIAi OP Molla Bjurstedt as Usual Outclasses All Players In 'Met' Tennis Tourney The Champion Never In tended in the Opening Round at Forest Mills. By Bruce Copeland. T TELiBN ROWLAND, High I'rlcst- "; ess of I'hllosophy, naively states nriy-sevcn reasons wny nm would like to be a man: but with alt her sparkling facility In describing why some women ofttlmes wish they had been born nlaven to Bufety razors, bum cigars and dinner checks, Mis- trcrs Helen evidently was too pre- occupied to wish she had been born n ,nRn s0 ,nal no cou,, weld n tennis rncquot to tho utter rout of mar vellous Molla HJurstedt. onc glance at tho dusky belle of Norway from across tho net Inspires u feeling akin to tho panic that grips ,ho r.JR. rccrUt atl0ut tho knees whVl he stands at tho nlatc and see. Walter Johnson glowering upon him from the i l.l.... n,,A nfter the dUSt I r. "'J" : I" J i her victims morn man uio nem-m ... , .. . ... her rncqu;t nnd a brief but ilnpies slvo tennis lesson. Thry all look ullko tu her. Como one, coinu all, they sec her wlilto teeth flash and hear the faint swish of her servo as tho llttlo whlto bull skims tho net, and striking either tho glass or the clay with u lieuptt0 twlut. bounds invnn;w w heri. they "ain't. Vcsterduy n bevy of gayty colored sport frockn, adorning as many usplr lus joung tennis queens, cluttered tho gruss patch ot tho West Wtso Tennis Club at Forest Hills-pretty little moths fluttering around thu .irnnnlltiui tennis title. I .... ..,,,., ihrlr Cuod BPOCIU H , ,viii iiart In the fur the privilege of taking part III li c opening round, but thereafter their hop. s looked llko tho uistniu in u eiuudy uuy. for e.o K.nK MlirtreM .Molla appealed with her lorinldablo lnnLltir. Kit .flSt'. t l.l. -II ilia unniMIC of Joan of . uu Ult ni " i...r i,.M.lne tlio punch, Mrs. M. Vhisliolm drow tho Norsu Flash i.s ii.r oniKinent. thus ending her chances of being crowned quuon of tlio tourney. Molla was in quite a sportive moot! and gavo all her rep- ertolr a rood dismal uuy n nwi. out. Sho stepped on her accelerator nnd ran circles arounj lier aw en .......nV,. iiu Italuh Do I'alma run- iiin- ..a-nv from a flivver. Not con- teuf with thin. he ,a iiomcr, ,','1 tho frnce nnd then nucu a ru. ...i.i. ...... ..i.iv slttlnir In. From tho veranda of the clubhouse the distant greens looked llko spring llower beds In full bloom, but. Just us one was about to venture, forth and pick a tow ro.'eguys. me i -r. i,n in etrato hither and thith er m all kinds of contortions. Kvery , color of the ralnlow wns represented ! t"e fleld-mmorlng white, skirts 'surmounted by sweater Jackets of yen0w pink, bluo nnd brown. Atop if e,Vrv "stem" rested tho capricious styles of sporting millinery. Mackw tud ard forw-ii frU tJiey surg- Itfty'li" afl silently as moonbeams, Ker.ton. Uer-top, sang the racquets I fir tiimlnir the little rubber baga l i.Iau k.rUMni 111 their flight. Tlio lMi mnmn were winning, othjr ' losing, but nlwuys Id tho spintv.' i KVrVV. CiPoV ST. true sportsmanship smiling whether in tno icna or In tho rear. Mlxtrcs Molla hud u coiopurallvj walkaway, winning S-U. t!-u. which corresponds to u no-hlt, no-rim giuno in Lihh-IkiII. The champion never was uMended. Shu plnycil her r lino old hypnotising giune; moiTuver. her well-known Indian Klgn wuh Just as consplruous as ever. Many women who tme Iwn tiltted airuIiiHt this splendid Norwegian uthleto havo felt It an honor to have been turned usldo by her In their lesser tliJV0it to tcnt'la fame. Tho truth bo known, they never hud a chineJ. Clurn Cassel, thn hkatlng uynipn, displayed ndmlruble staying quult tier. In her opening match with Mr. T. Casseheer, who Is a player of tha first Clysmle. or your own piirticulnt dry beverage. Miss Cassel got aw.iy o a very poor start, admitting thu' he era was too good a shock nb- torber for thn ball, making It strike dead and quite tiuresponslvo to thn therwlso accurate returns. MImm Cassel was woefully out classed In tho opening sot. Mrs. Cat- M'becr literally plajod her off her ,cet lint when she had accustomoJ lierhe!' to tho pociillar bouutls. Mlsi ""nt:l "I "'U0 l V'C- . thereby eliminating u . lancer- nus oppuncru for uay woman entered in tho tourney. Winsome little Miss Helen Pollack played like a veteran through hei match with the older nnd moto exiw- rier.ce-d Mrs. O. C. MIIIk, winning ti I aud i ti. .Miss Pollack wuh steady ns ii run of had luck ngalnft the W'er woiniin'n drives Whether .it thn net or on the h.u:o lines, she cov- re. I the bsll with such s l.l II that Mrs. Mills whs foiled to give ground umlei t lie gruelling tlio of her own efforts. Perhaps this little girl won't stand very much of a ehuuen when tho guines jiurrow down to tho cham pionship contenders, but her couriieto under tire and remarkable nlnylnu' hklll will make her a faxorlto with the- gallery. There In u tine, spirit if admiration lh.il r.urgcs through i. person when he M'en such excellent it'Uiucn in tne Hieniier guiso or girl hood. Such plnuilltH ns may be ren- Inred ure Justly merited. Mrs. J. Itogge had n comparatively tasy tlmo with Mrs. L. Italley, turn ing her opponent dock to tno melouy or 6-1. n -u. rrucucuiiy uu ttw women and girls felt the ilcptesslng effect of th" iIfmIi nfterrionn Once, ir tw'.cn the scouting raindrops In ail viinco of the coming showers sent tl"! Mir pl.ters hcurt'jlng to shelter. Finally tnsy nroKe with Ktieb run lint further plnjtn;: was postponed tor the da. Two treuis nre in store ror tile gni- lt-rv lo-.In. Mihm Hjiirstedr is matched with Mln L.us,sei, wane llttlo .Mie Politick will try coneltislons with her more experienced rival. Mrs. Itosge. There Is no doubt that Molla will win her matih with JJIks . iihkel, lull n the girl who dlsplnys surh educated feet on tho Ice In winter can cnueen tratii all her tonnls talents, Mistress Molln -well, It ought to bo un excel lent match. The outcome of tha mutch between Miss Pollack and Mrs. Hoggo will nlso bo watched with Interest. From the form displayed yesterday the odds ..-in lie in favor of thn vounsor girl- Thorn Is no denying thut Ml?s Pol- laek's steadiness was the outstanding feature of yosterday's pla. Sh" was pitted against n much hardier oppon ent than any of hor sister n.plrunts nnd she came through splendid!) Tliire will be other matches Just ns In't-iest.ng. provuii'ii. or couie. ttini ih wentnor iiormits. Anotlier un) will throw some light on who may be tegarded as championship contenders, nnd the events of the pust are verj InfluiiUlal li? tlio popular selection nf Marvellous Molla as one of tho sur vivors. Frank C. Andertnn. th nfteen-s ear old llrookln tchoolboy. rniched the tend-final round of tho Rrooklyn lawn tennis champlonahlp singlet on Die rourts of the Terrace I'ltib of Flat hush, defeating Scllchlro Uathlro. the Japalieto IIJir nrni lurnitr uyiii'.ro partner of . Jclilj a Kumagae - aiiw ..... Western Association, Which Has Already Raised $100,000 for Red Cross. Exports to Net Fund More Than a Half Million Dollars Miss Stockton Leads in Qualifying Round of Wo men's "Met" Tourney. CHICAGO, Juno 11. President Charles 1". Thompson of tho Western Oolf Association announces that mor than elOO.OOO has been raised at the fourteen Hcd Cross matches thus far held, the banner returns coming Sun day from tho contest at tho Lak Shore Club, Chicago, which turned In t more than $30,000. There aro forty- , two moro exhibitions scheduled at . present, with applications for date ' arriving dally. President Thomps6n bulleves that the totnl for tho year will net tho Hod Cross more than half . a million dollarrt l( i the. niiiilifiliig round of tho tour nament under tho direction of th Women's Metropolitan Oolf Associa tion at Apuw.inili Mrs. L. C Stockton uf Iturllan Viillr), one of the favor ite. Ittl th field with h 9t. although hard pressed by Mrs. THomuH Huek mil of Forest Hill and Miss Itcatrlco l.wunshery of llcdford. both of whom took 9j. This tournament, with a larger cntrv than u year ago. Is a oubstltu tlon'for tho tifitiu.il championship. The committee, which Is practically hold ing the event for the benefit of the Hed Cross, has net out to raise J500 this week, and more than half that amount was In sight as a result of the m.i... ti.nm.v. Thrro was a - fee. but a number of the women doubled and tripled that amount. If several motnher.i of tho executive Commute.! found It dltllcult to do themselves Justice In a scoring way, it was not surprising, nil things con sidered. Mrs. I'. K. Donohoc. the President: Mrs. C. F. Ubelackor. the Secretary, and Mrs. M. H. I rayno of the committee all have sons In tho strvlre. As Mrs. William Chllvcrs put It: "Wo are all doing what we can. and little wonder our golf has suffered." When 't i remembered that Mlaa I.ouneliery h been actively Identi fied with the Women's Motor Ileserve t'oips nil eprlnc. th excellent gain she put up jeatcrdav appears tho more creditable. To start her round. Mrs. Stockton alrroit mls-d her drive, the ball bringing ur tn the rough In front of the tee, Falling to get fur on her next ih Ilnrltiiti Valley woman found It Impossible to get hotter than a 7 for the hole. Another bad spot was e.n S at the ninth, but that hole, more than fi"0 yard, hnd ull the players worried. As It was. Mrs. Stockton reached the turn In 48 Coming back several retlier short putts wera missed although nothing worie than G's were recorded. Mrs. Hiu-knnll. who. like Mla Lounav- bery. was a late entrant, had never aeen the couro before Sunday when she played iuid round. She found the greens n trine deceptive, although after once settling down she played well cnouath. Severn! topped "lint were responsible for her taking Go to tlin turn She also had u 7 ut the tenth, but played the next eight holes two better than i'r. At the thirteenth the Forest Hill woman ap proached cloee to III", flng and gut down the putt for a 3. Tlio hole is ISO yards , long. Miss Lotimury's longest drive, a JftO varder from the third tee. landed her In a trap from whl'i three Miote i.. wasted. Ordinarily this bole Is made "l .. It rim lie en. inereiore, now the S hurt. To dlpcount that tha lleilford girl had 3'm lit the eighth and twelfth holes. As f she ill. I not Iihvo trouble enough. Mr. P.. S. Kismui ouo gt thn home pl.iyer. viewed with dlsnny the antics of a doit which pleke t up lier lull after It hnd been driven troni the nrt tee. The "agent y musld thn match" waa Induced to bring l ie ball back almost to Its original testing place Two former Prcldents of th! sstocls Hon, Mr. II. F. Satiford and Mrs, M. D, I'ntereon. pliiyed. but the first named did not bmd In tier card. Mrs. O. K. Morrow of (lrent Neck, with 103, missed the flt "lllt ll Klh the tmorer Bfllf Ml. Morrow has played In h long while,. RACING SELECTIONS. BELMONT PARK. First 'tace Sharpshooter, Leo Sknlny. -rem t. Second lt..'o No selections. Third rtitcvtiuelnnd. rten Uow. Tomholn. Kt.llllll Ui I'd tMitllf. Snii u Pleasure. Whlnisey Fifth llree--t'hrystal Konl You need. Ilnnctng Carnival. Slth Itnce Cndlllac. pat' Master, Mnr Shnoli r LOUISVILLE. First Hate l,uck li.i ii.in. Initster. I'ln i Ice Until Second Ibiee Hi nry P.obcri, je Solsr Siv .When. Third Itnce Clurn Murt.:i. Mnrv't Iieim, KIIiik. Fniirlh Itacc Solli . St AiiKiisluie. Illaht Angle. Fifth Itaee Hlfle Faux Cgl Whit ing. Dun Six III Itace Itupies.dvi' Kinney, King Hello. Seventh Itace--D.. di High Morse, Oonlnn ltusse '. SPORTING. RACING T II K I Tin I. BELMONT PARK TOMORROW $5,000 KEENE MEMORIAL 2-MILE STEEPLECHASE CENTREPORT HANDICAP and 3 Other Good Races uitvr HACii at a.nn p. SI'tX'Ut. IIAfU TRAivs leate ruin, niiiiiun. asu 0l ,k A,. l... from nalbuah Av.. tlrooklnT si rJ.itll. ami at Int.nul, i " tV.sH f. M. fiwrlul ror He.eeTeJ for ii die. rour uUn rescind y TroiiiJv liranil Ntmiil I'siIiIim-U. ail.ati. ' Ladle. I.U5. Iiirlinlln, Wr iis. i I iiBilllrJr II ll aal ii .