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TROPHY GOES 10 TRAVIS Veteran Defeats Thurston in Finai at Apawamis. TRAVERS DEFAULTS MATCH Fails to Appear for Semi-Final Contest — Douglas-Her- • reshoff Duel. Walter J. Travis scored asm:, by winning the chief cup fa the invitation eo\t tourna ment over the links of the Apawamls Club yesterday. The Garden City expert defeat ed TV. R. Thurston. of the home club, by 3 up and 2 to play In the decisive match. • Although the winner did all that was re quire} of btal. yet his road to success was probably made the Fmoother because of the j3oa-£ppearance of Jerome D. Tr.-ivers. , The last napied was bracketed with Thurston it! the semi-final round, but word reached the club la the irsorrJng that the Montclair man would not be on hand. This is an unusual proceeding, especially in an invitation tour nament. and it caused considerable unfa vorable comment about the clubhouse dur ing the day. While Thurston remained idle as a result ■I getting a default. Travis and F. R. Up ton, jr.. of Baltusrol, had it out on the ether side. In the early stages Upton made it 1 interesting for the former cham pion. At the fourth hole Travis hod his man a stymie, but Upton proved equal to the occasion by Jumping his opponent's ball Into the cup and getting ■ halve. Reaching the turn In 3S, Travis etood 2 up at the halfway point, and thereafter the Garden City man always looked like a winner. He won by ■'■ up ■■■ I to play. A pood s=ized gallery turned out for the final round match between Travis and Thurston. Few; believed the latter would , make much of a fight, and so it proved. although Travis did not play nearly as well as in the earlier hours. Off the tee Travis invariably got the longer ball, and as a general thing he outplayed his oppo nent up to the hole. A capital 3 at the third enabled Travis to win that hole. He then Moo*! 1' up, but at the Jicxt two holes the former champion's short game went wrong, thereby enabling Thurston to square ■ accounts. Travis laid his opponent ■ half stymie | at the sixth, and won the hole in conse quence. The seventh also went to Travis, »hen .Thurston's second shot found the ; trap. At the eighth both tee shots, a trifle too strong, trickled over the green to the brook 0:1 the far side. Travis found his ball resting comfortably: that is, it was j playable, whereas. Thurston had to drop f back for the usual penalty stroke. Travis won the hole in 3 to a, and the long ninth j In 5 to 6. so that he turned for home 4 up. ] "The strokes read 37 to 42 in favor of the Garden City man. Thurston won the tenth in 4 to 5, -hanks to a fine approach, bat even at that he had to negotiate a difficult put, as Travis j laid him a half stymie. The efforts of the principals at the | eleventh might be likened unto a comedy of errors. Thurstcn began by badly pul ling his drive, and the ball would have gone into the brook had it not hit a spec tator in the back. Travis sliced his drive out of bounds, and his next tee shot found the brook. A little later Thurston topped his third into the ••burn" guarding the preen, so that the hole was halved in 6. Travis finally won by a 3 and - margin, and playing out the bye holes got an SO as against & for Thurston. The card read as follows: TTravls. 0at.... 3 4 3 i 4 4 4 3 *— 37 Thuroton. out.. 5 5 4 4 3 & 5 5 «—l2« — 12 Travis, in . 50346i»4« 4 — 43— SO Tburston, in...4ti54«445 Z> — 13— 0 The cightetn-hole medal play handicap drew a tee field, in "which there was both quality and quantity. C. I*. Rowland, of , Scarsdale, won with a card of — 12—74. I while Findlay S. Douglas, of Nassau, won the gross prize with 77. He played with Fred Herreshoff, the metropolitan"" cliain jjion, who required a stroke more. The summary foll«ws: I.:-: slxtwn (Een.i-ftnal round) — TV. R. ThurF- I ton. Aiawamis. 1.-.i: Jerome Iv Travels, Hoot : clair. by default: Walter J. Travis. <;ard«-n City, '. beat y. ii. C>tu::. Jr.. Eaitusrol. 3 up an I t to ! p]*y. Final round — Travis beat Thurston, 3 up and 2 to p!ay. Beaten (flgfat, Bret sixteen (semi-final round) — W. V. Fw&rds. Baltusrol. !,. at K. O. Lapham, Apaw2iu!s, 1 up S. .1 <;rabam. <Jrt*«-nwich, beat John M. Ward. <iardon <"ity. 0 up and ."r to play. • final round— Graham beat Swords, £> up and 4 I to j*laj\ Second sixteen (srml-final round) — G. W. i JCickPl. Yak*, beat •■. H. Arent, Saejrklll, 2 up •nd i to play; U. T. .\::-r.. Fox HilU, L.«*t M. WTiitlaich, Aiiatvamts. 1 up (90 hciee). Kii^al rounc — Alien l- at Nickel, 3 up and 2 to J>!ay. Third «lxter-n <scir:l-flnal round) — H. V. Galnes. Wykanyl. i*ai H. I> Bivwster Garden City. 1 ! Bp: Charts I'rosbrey. For Hille, beat li. Plck «rc. •;<<.-■:• -i City. 2 up. Final raund— Galnes beat Prertrey, 6 up and 4 to j.lay. Fourth sixteen fsfrr.l-final round)— Z. T. Miller. PunwoorUe, beat O. Carlson. BhNHf. 1 up (-1 boles); H. A. Sherman, Apa-wß.mJs, beat J. G. i !><?• ricks. "Wykaeyl. - op. Final round — Miller boat Sherman, 1 up. HANDICAP. Gross. Bap Net. C. P. r.owland. uitdale Mi 32 74 ! C W. .-.<:■■ Wykasyl ".. SO S 75 It. Warren Adams. ApawamiE... Xi s 7.1 S. D lJt.w^rx. Urooklawn wi .", 75 E. .'. LaUllaw, Ai>Qwaini». ....... 89 ]* 75 C. A. WVndall. Apawamls J»>> 14 , 70 K. C Kayai Scarsdalo S3 7 76 V. S. I>>URla«. Apewamls 77 1 76 T. A. Peck. laaaiaaaß «i i 76 Gardiner W*hit«-. Oakland 7B 3 70 giMPeac Valtatlae, Wykajrj'l b6 9 77 Ft*& H- ■:.>■.-" 'V\'e.«'. brook .. . 7H 1 77 W. H. }••■'.-. AJiavcminta SI « I 77 C. Cl. "Waldo. Jr.. Bror>klawn f*4 6 7*l E. E. Btnrgiß, Wykacrl * r > ** 73 11. S. Fmith. Apawamis »0 12 7& E. -"> B. Bile)-. Oanford M 16 78 I H. Walw-r. Richmond County *6 8 181 J. F Wood. Apauamis t»5 M 79 \ 1. 11. I^apharn. ' ; ri»4!)i!l. ... SI 12 79 M- Ballou. Aiowattiis Mi >\ SO H. S. Cur:-. mine*. "U**-eburn 91 10 SI : G. W. FsJrchilci. Manhattan Golf. I*s 14 81 ! G. K. Maltby. W'jrkaxyl HO 9 bj.] J. E. Ra\mr.?id. Arawemis . . .. 95 ' 14 si H. H. W\ >r. Apawanr.^i B'.* s si XV. L Davidson. Richmond C 0... 93 12 81 *V. K. >;•>'!, Wykmsyl... *7 6 #1 \ J. Bootter. Greetwich . 87 6 B. I R. A. Day, Dyker Meadow SK « g| I T. Utatley, Sc«rp<3ale !<•« 16 82 ' TV. TV. Ricker, T\'ykajr>-1 I*7 15 J5 2 ' H. F. !••.':;;• M0m01air ........ m 14 B^.' G. Plummer. Apawamis fJS 6 ' S2 A. S. "■:-'■■ a Apawamis 80 7 £2 X... !/■■-• Apawam!? f<4 52 82 ' Donald Carr. New York G01f.... s:« 7 £2 R. W. Kmith, Apaw-amla 100 17 £3 P. B. HcLAughlln. Wjkasyi 63 8 84 I C. B. Smith. Fiushlng ©1 7 (14 D. O. Uav. jr.. Apawaroiv 101 17 £4 ' C. H. Zimmerman, New Haven.. 91 6 sn %S IV. Laidlaw. Apawainle i« 14 f.ft : C 3: GUlett. \V;kajr>! 94 « 86 ■ K. A. Fhcrman, Jr.. Apawamis... !»» 12 87 I C. G. W**«t«r. Fox Hills fi» 32 6T D. •'. Ferule. Apawami« 104 •'7 bj C. B. Cl«rk. Scert«dal«> 104 39 m 3. C. peabody. Apawams. 1«B 7 m I- Ei^r^tt. «-: ar 3en City <*.> ■ 10 89 H. B. aicOeMar.. For Hllla ... P7 7 «i NASSAU COUNTRY CLUB. Three men tied for the net score prize In the regular monthly handicap at the Nas sau Country Club yesterday. A. C. Itourds. Wtllte.rr Beard and F. C. Jennings. The scores were as follows. , < „ * Gross.H-rap.Net. A. C. Pounds Jl3 •»,) 73 \\;:::i»: U«anJ „ "... 103 30 73 F. C. J«BrJsgß _ 78 1 73 C. Denr.ir.g •„ ■ IT 76 W. L. Hloia 79 3 7« B. S«lttl«T 303 M 77 G. 13. Ive ...102 23 77 11. L I>>ulfw. Jr m IB 78 V.' . V . lls»ter JOS 27 it- E. Rtorer 6-5 M 7t, J. Loun<3»b«Ty ....«♦ IS «# W. C. Jt-tcr^-r m IS K» I» W. rr**\iy 10* 23 fcl W. K. Drl4«ee 92 11 81 A. P. Alvord «l » 84 W. A. Benjamin 104 IK B J. P. Max well, 1r 94 « fU 3. W. gtriirc. Jr.. lit 30 89 CANOE BROOK COUNTRY CLUB. With a score of S<— "2— 72 V. . Green won the cightetn-hoie handicap on the links of *tbc Carioe Brriok Country Club, at Summit, N. J.. yesterday afternoon. W. R. Fraz«r was second with 87— 12 — TL. The scores were as follows: w .<^^ . G .™- IWnrt Net W. Ckm M a i'j wi 11. Frazer..! .................. *■' 12 tt r, J^in* JHJ 17 7'J V.'. fi. •■ault. M 13 V! J. L . Pori>J" 'Jf' !<•. m C. •'.. Wright t»7 is M A. iio<iy '. uh 15 83 3. *3*: is .n 107 23 .Si WALKER BEATS RAMSDELL Quaker Defeated by African Sprinter at Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton, England. June 25.— R. E. Walker. the South African, sprinter, to-day defeated F. L ("Texas") Ramsdell, of the University of Pennsylvania, in the 100-yard dash at the clarity sports. The time was 301-5 seconds, the track being slow. j ARTHUR MURPHY WINS CUP Gets June Golf Trophy at Plain field Country Club. [By Telesxaph to Th© Tribune.] Plainfield, N. J., June 25. — The final round for the June trophy over the golf course of the Plainfield Country Club to j day resulted In a victory for Arthur Mur phy in the Class A competition. He de feated C. C. Burke by a score of 1 up. Is Class B George C. Schlay and Hugh F. Fox were all even at the end of the round, and in the play-off this afternoon the latter won. 2 up. Murphy won the spring handicap : | cup In the Class A competition, which was finished to-day, and Schlay won the Class 15 cup. To-day's scores follow: class a. ; Grops.ircap.Net. ] ■W. Lester Glenney 78 4 74 ill G. Morse 88 13 76 W. T. Glenney 89 « 83 CLASS B. j B. F. Kraffert B7 19 78 A. W. Kleinecke 107 2rt 81 Hugh F. Fox 100 IS S3 Dr. F. B. Dußols 108 20 S3 i The semi-final round for the spring ! championship at the Park Golf Club to-day I resulted in R. B. Titsworth winning from > the Rev. C. L. Goodrich by default, an.l | | W. V. Byard winning from S. St. John ICe- Cutchen by default. The scores for the president's, club and summer cup." follow : Gross. H'cap.Nr-t. i T. G. Tingley 104 * 76 [ W. R. Faber 102 22 SO | W. v. Byard J MB 24 84 C B. Morse K>s 19 *-* jA M. HATCH 117 31) 87 These scores wore returned for the ladies' summer cxi? at nine holes : Gross.H'car.Net. I Miss Grace A. Ten Eyck 03 lfi 47 Miss Bess R. Ten Eyck 8O SO CO Mrs F. W. Jones 64 11 . 53 Miss Alice L. Morgan... 91 30 Cl BYKER, MEADOW GOLF CLUB. Dyker Meadow golfers Qualified in two classes yesterday afternoon, the condition*-; calling for medal play at eighteen holes. N. W. Wells, with 85 — 8 — won in Class A. while B. J. Grant took the honors in Class B with 95— 22— 76. The scores follow: CLASS A. Gross, Hdcp Net. K. W. Wells ...86 c 77 F. C. Russell 86 8 78 J. C. Adam - *5 4 SI H. M. Warbasse ~.... 83 3 *2 A. T Twigrht — .. S5 3 t-2 CL J. Avokall 83 2 81 K. I. Phillips 86 6 M E. K. Hunt 81 0 81 CLASS B. E. J. Grant PS 22 ■ 70 W. J Noble. _ - M 14 90 W. J. Gilllsple 00 1C 80 J. H . Love „ 107 . 24 83 A. a. Bean : 92 15 77 T. £. Mallett — --9« 18 81 W J. Knott *» 11 78 H." G. Kitt 93 11 82 ■ ARDSLEY CLUB. L, G. Smith was the winner in Class A and O. Fuller and J. A. Black tied for first place in Class B in the elghteen-hole handi cap on the links of the Ardsley Club yes terday afternoon. The scores were as fol lows: CLASS A. Gross. IMi>. Ket. 1,. G. Smith *7 15 72 W. A Slayback 85 10 75 S. C. Maybon .SO 0 75 W. W. Taylor - 85 5 £0 L. M Greer 88 10 78 A. B. Meacham - P5 14 J«l C. A. Cass _ 88 18 85 8. B. Kittrldge 102 18 t>7 <;. H. Breed HW 14 90 CLASS B. G. Vuller 90 20 70 J. A. Blark 90 20 70 H. W: S, ac khouse .• 95 23 72 H. L. Edgar 94 18 76 Duuplas Dalian - .*. . BB . H» 76 A. O. Beebe .T...85 ]!> 76 B. Henry 101 33 78 B. Prescott 95 10 79 <.-. W. Clark ...: 100 ,19 SI T. H. Benedict KM in 82 H. L. Drifts 121 36 83 J. W. Johnson 102. 17 85 J. Tanner ' 112 25 87 ■ WYKAGYL COUNTRY CLUB. Two men, K. K. Butler and W. R. Ogels- I by. tied for first place In the match play ; handicap against par yesterday afternoon '■ on the links of the Vykagyl Country Club, each finishing one down. Semi -final round matches of the monthly tournament in the various classes resulted as follows: < 'lass a— T. V. Birmingham beat S. B. Mcly.an. <; up and 4 to play; E. T. Stursta a iid Oonrcy Young will play to-day. CtaM B- J. .1. CHngien beat K. D. John ston. 2 up and 1 to play; W. \V. Richtel beat G. E. Ple'rson, S up and 2 to play. Class C-E. K. Butler beat H. W. Gould. 1 up; C c. Koetting, Jr., beat A. P. O'Brien, 0 up and 3 to play. JANOWSKI LASKER Wants Match for Chess Cham pionship of World. D. Janowski, of Paris, French chess champion, is reported to be anxious to ar range a match for the world's champion ship with Dr. E. Lacker. who is now in Buenos Ayres. Janowski has made it a practice to study closely hundreds of games played by Dr. Lasker, and, although the latter defeated him somewhat decislvtly in a series not long ago, the Parisian 4 re ported as having referred slightingly to the ability of the world's champion. A consultation tournament to test the Rice Gambit has been concluded at the Rice Chess Club, with the result that the Mark pieces wera credited with three wins only, a splendid vindication of tho effective ness of the gambit m practical play, in view of the strong players who were en gaged. The team composed of Leon Rosen and W. G. Morris obtained the first prize, and tb^ff* made up by L Tenpnwurzel and A. F. Kreyml.org and J. Harder and Otto Roethinp the second and third prizes, re spectively. J. Rosenthal and Louis Hem got th© fourth prize. The Eastern District f'hess Club has closed a successful season. The club played ten team matches, winning sevfn, losing two and drawing one. The mem bers of the team are R. T. Black, F. F. Russell W E Rudolph, H. M. Love, A. B. Foye. A B. Kllard, C Kliemand and A. Heeen-.an. KING EDWARD BY A NOSE Exciting Finishes at Parkway Driving Club Matinee. Straight heats were the rule at the regu lar weekly matinee of the Parkway Driving Club, in Brooklyn, yesterday. The competi tion was keen, however, and every one of the four races was as hotly contested as th^, mo * a cUn« enthusiast could wish . The . feature of the afternoon's sport was *he victory of King Inward, driven by J. H. Phillips, by a head. In the second heat the sorrel Althome led until within twenty 171 a S£ 1!m wlre * Then Phillips virtually lifted the King through this short distance and brought him home a nose in front. The summaries follow: TUOTTING— CLAfia A. Klnc Edward, b. ■. ,J H. Phillips) 1 l Althorae. a. g. (Charles Seaman) 2 2 Time. 2:23%. 2:25V4. * TROTTING— CLASS B. Geonr« Mack. b. ». (Wison Reid) 1 1 Oak'jnd V' r " - Jr.. hr '■ <Chas. Moncrtef). 3 3 Oakland DkM Jr.. br. K . (Ohaa. lloncrief. 3 8 Tim*. 2:20^4. 2:25 W. PACING— C-LASS A. Omcm K»I1>. J, - m - ,w M - Halarrd..).... 1 i Nettle Dtreot, bk. m. <Wllß n Heidi... . ..2 2 Tim-. 2:26*. 2:22%. TROTTING— CLASS C. Klla. Todd. br. m. (lies Aronson) l i JJsnd. b. g. <j. K. 1'h1111pg)....;... ' a 2 Katie handle, b. m. (T. V Patterson)..!'. 2 8 TJm*. 2:2u-i. 2:23 H. I'r.:s:din« Jud«t. Ka.i|.h L. ktluv «!,8f M i«»» Wr*2^2 '»-" WiHUn, HarKln and Will « n NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY, JUNE 2C>, 1010. LARNED OFFERS DEFAULT Touchard Declines, However, So Match Goes Over. DISAGREEMENT IN DOUBLES Cragin and Hall Defaulted — Na tional Champions Win in Metropolitan Tourney. William A. Lamed, the national cham pion, was in too bad shape, owin^ to the condition nf the tendon that he pulled in his right leg while playing his semi-final against '"arleton R. C.ardner on Friday afternoon, to engage with Gustave F. Touchard for the .'ingles honors in the metropolitan championship tournament yes terday. A big crowd fyad assembled on the turf field of the West Si<l^ Tennis Club, 238 th ttreet and Review Place, and It was sorely disappointed. learned wished to default the match, with which -went the championship and ciip. Touchard would not listen to such. a propo sition. He said that he wished to meet Lamed, and that he would wait until the nationn l champion was in condition to pky. Under this arrangement the^championship match was Indefinitely postponed. The doubles provided interesting sport, however. The national champions. Harold EL Hackett and .Frederick H. Alexander, reached the ilnals along with Edwin I*. Fischer and Raymond D. Little. The na tional pair in coming through defeated the Southern thampions, Theodore Roosevelt Pell and AVylie C Grant, who had been aching for two years to meet Hackett and Alexander, by the score of C— 2, 4—6, 6—l. A considerable disagreement arouse over the other semi-final. William B. Cragin, jr., and Walter Merrill Hall were the pair bracketed with Fischer and Uttle. They had previously won their unfinished match against Gustave F. Toucliartl and Carleton R. Gardner, which Stopped on Friday at 7—5 and C — all, by the score of 7—5, 13 — 11. Then they defeated Dr. William Rosen baum and Morris S. Clark, 7—5. o—6. t> — J. Cragin and Hall took the stand that they were entitled to rest over until to-morrow. The referee, Harold H. Hackett. decided that they were entitled to only a brief rest and that the semi-final against Fischer and Little must begin, even if untlnished. Cragin and Hall demurred to this arrange ment and refused to continue, so Fischer and Little advanced by the defaulting of the opposing team. As it was, Hackett and Alexanders vic tory over Pell and Grant furnished the feature of the day. Right from the opening Service Pell and Grant were alert and wielded their rackets skilfully. At the net Pell at all times volleyed strongly and found frequent openings for passes. Grant was at his best on hi.s service and at deep court, from which be executed some splen did crossing shots. Alexander, on his si.le of the net, was easily better than Hackett. His activity in smothering many of Pell's sharp volleys and his excellent support of Hackett saved the first set. in which the scoring was very close. But in the second set both Pell and Grant devoted themselves so persistently to Hackett that his misses of many compara tively easy shots allowed Pell and Grant to balance the set score by winning at 6—4.6 — 4. Alexander accomplished yeoman's work in the third set. He steadied Hackett, and the two settled into their old stride. They rallied to the net on all returns and brought off some fast and furious volleying, to the great delight of the gallery. Pell and Grant were helpless before such fast work and scored only one game in this deciding por tion of the contest. The summary foliows: Metropolitan championship doubles (third round) — William B. Cragrln. jr., and Waiter Mer rill Hall defeated GuMave F. Touchard and Carleton R. Gardner, 7—5. 13—11. Fourth round — Theodore Roosevelt Pell an 1 Wylie C Grant defeated King Smith and Arthur *;" Cragin. o—2. — «; "William B. Cragln, Jr., and Walter Merrill Hall defeated Dr. William Kosenbaum and Morris S. Clark, 7—7 — o—6.0 — 6. o—4;0 — 4; Edwin P. Fischer and Raymond I>. IJttle defeated Dr. Ewins B. Taylor and Seymour* Johnson, — 4, »> — 3. Semi-final routfc— Harold 11. Hackett and Frederick B. Alexander defeated Theodore Roos« veit Pell and Wylle. C. Grn.nt. -2. 4--6, 6—l: Edwin P. Fischer and Raymond D. Llttie de feated William B. Cragln, jr.. and Walter Mer rill Hall", by default. ENGLISH PLAYERS AROUSED Plan to Go After Davis Lawn Tennis Cup in Earnest. Affairs surrounding the Davis interna tional lawn tennis challenge cup have taken a new turn during the last week. The of ficial American organ makes the state ment that it has been decided to nominate the team to represent this country at the time of playing the all-comers' national championship on the courts at Newport, which will begin on August IS. At that time it will be possible to secure flayers v.illing to journey to Australia. It is known already that Reals C. Wright, now competing In England, ::nd the two Cali fornians, Maurice 10. Mclaughlin r.nd Mel ville H. Long, are ready to go. However, much depends upon the form that the lat ter two display when they appear in the Bastern tournaments this season. British v>layers and the Eiikll.sli Lawn Tennis Association have lierome aroused over the international situation. They pro pose now to go after the cup in earnest, and it looks as if the American and British Isles teams would meet in the pre liminary ties upon Australian courts for the right to challenge the Australian hold ers. Lord Desbrough, president of the Knglish lißwn Tennis Association, called a meeting of the council to consider ways and means of sending a British Isles team to Australia, now that it is certain that the Americans would not meet them upon English courts. An active campaign lias been begun and all of the leading players have been can vassed. The response of the English play ers was most gratifying. Altogether four teen stand ready to go. all hough only four may be nominated under the international rules. Eight of this group have competed before upon international trams, including the famous Hugh Lawrence Doherty and Reginald F. Doherty, who won the cup In 1903 on th| courts of the I>ongwood Cricket Club, Boston. The others who have played on International teams are Arthur W. Gore, of the first team that Kngland ever sent over; H. Roper Barrett, <"'. P. Hlxon. J. C. Parke M. J. G. Ritchie and \V. C. Crawley. The newer men are A. E. Beam ish, J. M. Boucher, A. H. Lowe. F. G. I^owe, E. M. Mavrogordato and Kenneth Powell. MIDSHIPMEN WIN ON RANGE. Annapolis. June X.— The Naval Acadt-my ilrt.-men defeated the teams of both the Maryland National Guard and the District of Colombia National Guard in a three crrnered contest to-day. The shooting was over ranges of 200, 500 and LOW yards. How fire, and 200 yards, rapid flre. The com paiatlvf scores were: -Vavy, 2.093; Alary land, 2,017. and District of Columbia, Uft Tl.is was one of a ieriea of practice mutches for the three teams, each of which win enter the national competitions at Camp Perry, Ohio, in August. RICHMOND COUNTRY CLUB. R. Agar was the winner In the sweep stakes at tho Richmond County Country Club yesterday afternoon. He returned a score of 92-12-80. P. a. Morrow wan sec ond, with 101—20—81, and A. C. Coxe, j r ., third, with 90-*-82. There were twenty! live entries, i ;* . Miss HotchKiss Holds Title Wins Lawn Tennis Championship and Scores Also in Doubles and Mixed Doubles. Philadelphia. June 25.— Miss Hazel Hotch kiss, of Berkeley, Cal., retained tho women's rational lawn tennis championship here to day hy defeating the challenger. Miss Ixiuise Hammond, of New York, at 6—4, 6—2. With Mlps Kd^h Rotoh, of Boston, as a partner. Miss Hotchklss :<lso won the championship In dotrbles. and with J. R. Carpenter, jr., of Philadelphia, she capt ured the mixed douhles title. Miss Hammnim in the singles failed to out up as strong a fight as she did a year ego against the same opponent. Errors were more frequent than aces, and a majority of the points wre decided by misses of not especially difficult chances. I It was not until the middle of the second set that consistent first class play was shown. Miss Hotchkiss then cutting loose with some startling smashes and 'cross court strokes. Miss Hotchkiss started by taking the first game. l*t Miss Hamm-'nd responded | with three straight. Miss Hotchkiss then j braced and. playing In unbeatable style, won the next four games, carrying the score to 5—3 in her favor. After a love game for Miss Hammond, due principally to clever service, the California player took the tenth and deciding game of the set after deuce had been called once. Miss Hammond failed to score a point In the first game of the second set, but she evened mattes? in the next game, which she won to 30 for her opponent. After that, however. Miss Hammond was able to secure only one more game. In the doubles Miss Hotchktes and Miss Rotch defeated Miss Browning, of New York, and Miss Wildey. of Plainfield, N. J., in a hard fought match at 6—4,6 — 4, 6—4. The team work of the losing pair was excellent, but Miss Hotchkiss showed such speed and effective volleying that victory rested with her side. With scarcely ar interval after tho finish Of this match the mixed doubles final was started. Miss Hotchkiss and J. R- Car penter, Jr., opposing Miss Wildey and Her bert M. Tilden, of Philadelphia. Tilden J was erratic and, had Miss Wildey received ] better support, the match might have been I even. As it was. there were many long j rallies and the contest was closer than the f j-core of 6—2. 6—2 would indicate. CLOSE FINISHES RULE Glenmere Stables Win Honors at Goshen Matinee. Fast time and hairbreadth finishes were features of the racing at the matinee of the Goshen Driving Club, held at the old historic track yesterday afternoon, and more than one old campaigner inadvertent ly lowered his record. The Glenmere Sta bles, joint property of Robert Goelet and John R. Townsend, president of the Driving Club, carried off the honors of the day and first prizes in two of the seven races. The best time of the day was 2:19. in the Class D trotting event. This was made by the bay gelding Shaible, with Mr. Town send at the reins, and when Shaible trotted this mile he lowered his public record by half a second, mad© to sulky, while his performance yesterday was to cart, driven by an amateur. ITe won In straight heats, with Henry Wood's Mi?s Ethel in second place. It was in the first heat of the Class B trot that excitement reached a pitch which could only find vent in cheers from the boxes and shrill whistles from the rail birds. Jap. the old Speedway favorite, for merly owned by Thomas Lawson, passed j. SY. Van Ness's Stately Dame in the last six feet of contested ground and won by the tip of his nose. Mr. Townsend fairly lifted the gelding over the ground, for no one else thought it possible to make up the distance in the last few yards which the mare had gained as the two entered the homestretch. Jap also lowered his record of 2:29»4 In this heat, the time being 2:26*;. He won the next heat with a safer margin. J. Howard Ford drove Scotchtown to vic tory in the Class G trot, and the first heat was as close as the Jap rare, for Mary Mac. in the hands of Richard McCormlck, was not easily beaten. Scotohtown, bred by Mr. Ford, at the Stony Ford Farm, however, managed to nose her out In th/ first heat and claim the decisive heat in his own time. J. W. Van Ness won both races in which $23 prizes were offered. The Class A trot went to Teddy Wllkes in straight heats ard the Class F pace was won by Frank C from the same stable. In the Class E trotting event three heats were trotted and each heat was claimed by a different horse. W. M. V. Hoffman's splendid chestnut gelding Tenerlffe won the first heat, but the second was claimed by Robert Johnson's Carrie Worthy. Red Gift, with Mr. Townsend at the reins, would not be denied and claimed the final heat and 6ftcond position. The box<»s and grandstand were filled to overflowing and standing room was at a premium. Among those noticed In the boxes wore Mrs. Robert Livingston Gerry and Averell Harrlman. Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Ford. General Brayton Ives, >Jr. and Mrs. W. M. V. Hoffman. Richard Dela field. Dr. J. O. Green. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Iyawrence, Charles F. Tracy, Bernard D. Halloran. Henry Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Stewart and the Misses Stewart, William Cranford, General H. L. Burnett and Mr?. Burnett, W. F. Redmond and Pierre Lorillard, jr. The summaries follow: TROTTING— A— MILE HEATS— TWO IX THREE. Teddy Wllk*s. eh. g. (Van Ness) 1 i Gazena, eh. g- (Murray) _ 2 2 Pattlp Bell. br. m. (Stapleton) 4 3 Checkers L., br. a;. (Ludlum) 3 4 Time. 2:2.9%. 2:27 1 /4. TROTTING— CLASS B— MILE HEATS— TWO IN THREE. Jap, b. c. (Townsend) — 1 1 Stately Dame, grr. m. (Van Ness)". !...!!! 3 2 Walton Gentry, b. jf. (Murray) 2 4 Romeo, b. g-. (Johnston) 40 Flushing, b. g. (Bowne)...- '..'..'.'.'."' 5 5 Time. 2:26%. 2:27. PACING— C— MILE HEATS— TWO IV THREB. Speed Ball, ro. g. <\V|icox) 12 1 Fanny I)., b. m. (Johnstons) ' " 1 dr Time. 2:ZS>ti, 2:27>4. '" TROTTING— CLASS I> MIU3 HEATS— IN THREE. fWU Shaible, b. g. (Townsend) .... 11 Miss Ethel, b. in. (Wood) "" o •> Guess Again, b. k. (lorillard) '.'.'.','.' 3 4 Mayner. b. g. (Dickerson) "'"4 8 Time. 2:19, 2:23. TROTTING— CLASS E— MILE HEATS— IN THREE. Carrie Worthy, b. m. (Johnson) 3 1° Red Gift, b. m. (Townsend) ... . 4 2 1 Tenerlffe, eh. g. (Hoffman) 14 4 Merriman, ro. jr. (Murray) ■> 3 3 Time. 2:20%. 2:10%. ' * PACING— CLASS F— MILE HEATS— IN THREE. Frank C. b. k- (Van Ness) 1 j Alice Patchen. b, in. (L'iekprson) ."2 2 Delia, b. m. (Wood) 3 3 Time. 2:23%. 2:21. TROTTING— CLASS — MILK HEATS— IN THREE. Scotrhtiiwn. b. g. (Ford) 1 1 Jklarv Mao (Mc( r ormlrk) ." 2 2 Grattan Lad (Laflerty) _ 3 3 Time. 2:8214. 2:28%. CHANGES IN GOLF ASSOCIATION. Word was received from 11. C. Watson, Becretury of the United States Golf Asso ciation, that the Evanston Golf Club, of Kansas City, Mo., had been transferred from allied to active membernhi|> and that the Johnstown Country Club, of Johnstown, Pan.; Thorny Lea Golf Club, of Brockton Macs.; Norfolk Country Club, of Norfolk, Va., and Monoosnock Country Club, of Leominster, .\i.:s. . hava been elected to uJUcd rneuiLeichlp. MISS HAZEI, HOTCHKISS. National lawn tennis champion. The point score in the challenge round in singles follows: FIRST SEM. Miss Hotchkiss 4 213 4 5 4 8 0 35 — 6 Miss Hammond 2 44513144 4—32—44 — 32— 4 SECOND SET. Miss Hotchkl«s 4 2 4 6 5 14 — — ft Miss Hammond 042 43 4 1 1 19 — OFF FOR BLOCK ISLAND Thirty Yachts Make Pretty Start In N. Y. A. C. Fixture. In a light breeze from the east northeast, thirty yachts started at 11:15 yesterday morning in the seventh annual race of the New York Athletic Club from Whortleberry Island, off New Rochelle. to the west har bor of Block Island, a distance of one hun dred mile?. The start was a pretty picture. Wherf the signal — a siren whistle — was given by Commander A. B. Fry and C. S. King from the steam yacht Mohican, all the yachts, close hauled on the starboard tack, came for the line between two stakeboata flyi'.g the club colors and anchored north and south about five hundred yards apart. R. N. Bavier's sloop Interim led the fleet, with the Chinook, owned by Lambden and Morse, second ; W. J. Fowler's Bt-douln, third ; H. S. Duell's Rowdy, fourth, and tho rest within five minutes. In ten minuter they had spread out fanlike across the west end of the Sound, some choosing the West chester and some the Long Island shore. There were thirteen boats from the Xew Rochelle Yacht Club, seven from the New York Athletic Club, and one each from tho American, Staten Island, Harlem, Nor walk, Gruvesend Bay and Stuyveaant Yacht clubs. One mile east of Matinlcock Point, at 1 :30 o'clock, the Interim -was the leader, with A. G. Hill's Crescent a few lengths astern. These, and nineteen others near that shore, were able to lie their courses, the wind having backed to the southward. At 3 o'clock it was southwest, and all were able to set ba'.looners. It was estlmat°d that the leader would finish about daylight to-day. Following is a list of the starters and time allowances : ! Allowance. ' Yacht and owner. H.M. Notos, G. K. Henson 0:20 Lady M.. Houltoa ilyriok 0:25 Juanita, 8. C. Hunter _ 0:50 Rowdy, H. S. Duell 0:30 Florence. R. A. Brown 0:45 Crescent, A. G. Hill — 0:60 Fearless, H. R. Stoddard _ -..0:60 Scud. G. P Granbery _ 0:50 Saladln. R. W. Ratribume ....~.. 0:65 Okee 11.. Mahlstedt Brothers > 1:00 "Victory. H. A. Jackson, jr 1:15 "VValaiua. 11. L. Stone m 1:16 Tililcum 11. C. S. King 1:15 Bedouin. W. J. Fowler 1:25 Ksspx, P. W. Glffen 1:25 Interim, R. X. Havier ~ 1:25 Quest, Vulte Brothers 1 :.">r> Chinook. Lambden and Morse 2:00 "Wanderer IV, K. B. Budd x:M> Insurgent, W. L.. Durant 2:15 Maryola, A. F. Bradley _ 2:16 Pilot, K. B. Cook _. 2:30 Grace 11, J. F. Lambden 2:35 Whileaway. W. C. C"artwr[srht _ 2:5* Guardla, D. Bacon 3:10 Other boats that started, the names of which could not be obtained, were num bered Q-J6. QlO, Qsl, Q36 and No. IS. Com mander Fry declared that it was the most wholesome looking- fleet that ever started for Block Island. PASTIME A. C. GETS TROPHY Close Finishes Mark Meet of Flatbush A. 0. Many athletes competed in the annua*. novice games of the Flatbush Athletic Club at Hawthorne Field, Brooklyn, yester day. The Pastime Athletic Club got tho point trophy with the small total of eight points. The New West Side Athletic Club was second, with six points. T. W. Keyea, an unattached runner, after running abreast with E. Trefry. of Commer cial High School, for three-quarters of the way in the 440-yard run, breasted the tape a winner by a few inches. William Wilson, of the Hudson Guild, won the three-milo run by five yards from Georgs Stefllns, of the National Athletic Club, in a quarter mile sprint to the tape. The summaries follow: 100-yard dash— "Won by O. Jommersback St. Michaels Lyceum; O. R. Eihbardt, Pastime A C. second; L. Jackson, Glencoe A. C third." Tim*. 0:11. Three-quarter- run—^"Won by T W Keyes, unattached; J. W. Atherton. B«the»di A. C, second; I* Martin, Acorn A. A., third. 440-yard run— by J. R. Robertson. New- West Side A. C; E. Trefry, unattached, sec ond: H. Oltman. National A. c.. third. # Time 0:64%. Three-mile walk— Won by G. Williams Pas time A. C. ; T. Kaiser. Morris A. A.. «econd- K. H. Reams, Morris A. A., third. Time. 25:32* 220-yart run— Won by M. D. Collins. ' Me- Caddln Lyceum; J. B. Sallman, Apollo A c ? h TrT.' 1; T1,n..;0:25 I 4 nd> New west H!de a: c:: Tl.r'-e-mlk- run Won by W. Wilson, Hud*>n Oull.l; O. Strffln. National A. C* wpon .' H Crook. Mornin A. A., third. Time. l«40 POWER BOATS UNDER WAY Seven in the N. Y. A. 0. Race to Block Island. Seven power boats started yesterday af teernoon at 5 o'clock in the annual motor boat race of the New York Athletic Club from a stakeboat ofT Whortleberry Island to Block Island, the distance being one hundred miles. The boats were started by C. S. King, of the regatta committee, from the naval mi litia yacht Mohican. The starters and al lowances were: The Nutmeg (scratch). Dr. W. A. Strong; the Margo. Russel Dart 32 15" the Surprise. F. D. Cadmus.' 1 MS :59; th© Elmo 11, K. D. Oiks, jr.; the Ymir, J. M. Morris 2:27:38; the Gracelda, 2:11;. U. and th 0 Elizabeth. L. D. Huntingdon, allowance not given. The Gracelda led the fleet at th^ •tart a length ahead of thb Elizabeth, FINE DAY FOR YACHTING Twenty-nine Boats in Regatta at Gravesend Bay. Ideal weather conditions were furnished to the tars of the Crescent Athletic Club for their annual re&atta. sailed on Gravesend Bay yesterday afternoon. The contest counted on the yacht racing championship of the Lower Bay. and the largest fleet of the year competed for the prizes. Twenty nine boats started In the different divisions and all crossed the finish line. Thd»Sk. et.s, of the dln^y class, was disqualified, how ever, as her owner reported a foul during the contest. As' the Crescent Athletic Club has no anchorage on the Lower Bay, the classes •were started off the dock of the Atlantic Yacht Club at Sea Gate. The race was ' managed by A. F. Aldrldse and Charles Kelley, of the regatta committee of the Crescent Athletic Club, who were assisted by H. E. Boucher and Dr. J. E. De Mund, of. the regatta, committee of the Atlantic Yacht Club. Commodore Frank "Wilson, of the Crescent navy, also was at the starting line in his flagship, the Sumida, which had on board a party of Crescent members, In cluding C. J. McDermott, president of the club. The course chosen for the larger class*"* gave the by>ats .i reach on the starboard tack from Sea Gate to Bensonhurst, a gybe and a run to Fort Hamilton, a stiff beat down the channel to Buoy No. 11. follow M by another reach home. The wind was from the south, and held true and steady throughout. It was of a good, whole sail character, and sent the boats over the course in splendid time. The summary follows: SLOOPS— CUAPS Q- -START, 3:OS— COURSE. 12 MILES. Elapsed Finish. time. Yacht and Owner. H M .S. H.M.S. Gray Jacket. F. S. Noble 4:4«:52 I:4 i : j!: Soya. W. A. Barstow 4:.M Ml 1:46 :0 < Spider 11. Hendon Chubb 4:51 1:46:46 HANDICAP CLASS— FIRST DIVISION— START. 3:IO— COURSE, 12 MIL.ES. i Joy. I>» Sauvasp and Ge«r.... 4:59:2« 1:49:25! La Cubana. J. H. Ives C:03:.*)3 1 .'•■•■ \ Miana. W. J. O'Ne:i 5:08:23 1:58:22 Corrected — U Cutana. 1:48:13; Joy. 1:49:28; Miana, 1:54:32. HANDICAP CLASS— SECOND DIVISION— START. 3:10— COURSE, 8 MILES. , Breeze. W. Pendletcn 4:41:34 1:31 | Careless. R. Rummell 4:43 1:33:00 ' M!sch!»f. J. L. Mitchell 4:45:24 1:35:24 Corrected Breeze. 1:2T:54; Careless. | 1:31:10; Mischief, handicap not known. j SLOOPS— CLASS — START, COURSE. 8 MILES. Blue Bill. R. B. Moore 4:41:22 1:26:22 M. and F., C- M. Camp 4:42:20 1:27:20 Bensonhurst. F. P. Currier 4:49:33 1:28:35 Alice. Davis and Eagle 4:45:11 1:30:11 SLOOPS— CLASS X— START. 3:20— COURSE, S MILES. Suffragette. Platt and Tifmann 4:49:53 1:29:53 Slow Poke. Hall, Thun and Durland 4:50:37 1:30.:37 ("hico. W. H. Fales 4:50:50 1:30:50 I Skylark. F. L. Billingham 4:52:23 1:.?2:23 ] Pike. B. Zfmmerman 4:53:40 1:33:40 Bobs. R E. 8p«lr 4:54:32 1:34:32 Mouse. P. Cravath 4:f>o:HJ 1:35:1« Merry Widow. F. L. Bailey... 4:59:50 1:30:50 Iri«. C. F. 3p*>idel 5:00:5« 1:40:36 E:fln. W. H. Fales 6:01:27 1:41:27 Doris. C. L. Atkinson 5:O3:4O 1:43:40 Banshee. J. Braden 5:08:45 1:43:43 SLOOPS— CLASS START. B:2S— COURSE. 4 ! MILES. Aries. F. C. Moore 4:16:45 0:51:45 Skeets. R. de F. Bayley 4:18:27 »0:53:27 j Viva. D. D. Allerton 4:25:58 I:U>:SM Bullfinch. Maurel and Roloff. . 4:20:5« 1^>1:56 •DisuuaHfled. ATLANTIC YACHT CLUB WEEK ; Indications Point to Its Being Most Important Yet Held. Indications point to the annual race week ' of the Atlantic Yacht dub being the most Important in the history of the enterpris ing organization. The racing will start on j Wednesday, August 31. and continue over Labor Day. The feature of the week will be a series of three races for the various one-design classes that sail on local waters. The Q class will sail the third leg for the costly Thompson cup during the race week of the Atlantic Yacht Club and the S class will compete in the first leg on a new Liipton cup. offered through the Cres cent Athletic Club for the regatta. These races will be sailed on Wednesday. August 31; Thursday, September 1, and Friday, September 2. The one-design classes that will visit Sea Gate will ccme principally frqm the south side of Long Island. Horace K. Boucher, chairman of the regatta committee of the Atlantic Yacht Club, said yesterday that the Bellport Bay Yacht Club would send ten one-design boats to Sea Gate and that the Cedarhurst Yacht Club would also be represented by a fleet of craft. The Islip Yacht Club and the South Shore Yacht Club, of Patchogue, are also expected at the Atlantic Yacht Club this fall. LIGHT WORK FOR CREWS Harvard and Yale Eights Have i Brushes with Freshmen. I Gales Ferry, Conn.. June When the i Yale 'varsity and freshman eights took the : water this evening they rowed upstream at I an easy pace for three miles and, then turn- j ing , raced back. The 'varsity won the brush by a short margin. Both boats start ed with the stroke at thirty, ' and near the finish pushed it up to thirty-two. No time was given out. # The fours had a short up stream paddle. All of the oarsmen had light work in the morning. Tucker, who has been at New Haven by reason of ill health, returned to the Quar ters to-day, but while he is apparently In good health now, his getting into a boat again this year is regarded as doubtful. Appleton, who has been Indisposed, was out to-day in a single. The flagging of the course was finished this afternoon. ■ To-day's visitors included Mr. and Mrs. Waller Camp and their daughter, Miss Janet, of New Haven. Red Top, Conn., June —The night prac tice of the crews was light, the 'varsity eight paddling down to Cow Point, followed by the freshman eight, where the two practised racing starts at a stroke of forty or better, the 'varsity winning each start by a quarter of a length. The 'varsity eight paddled back to quarters and there tried another start, which was very satis factory. The freshman eight rowed back vp stream at a leisurely pace. The "varsity four paddled down stream a mile, while the freshman four rowed a mile up stream from the four and a half mile mark to the three and a half mile flag The gentlemen's eight went out for the first practice of the season. using the new shell which the "varsity has discarded for the one given by Mrs. Robert Bacon, sr. The men are all heavy and fitted the boat perfectly. The crew paddled up to the Yale quarters and returned at an easy stroke/the boat being remarkably steady. The make up of the eight as rowed to-night follows: Stroke, Peter Higglnson. '99; No 7. Nel son Perkins, '91; No. 6, John Perkins. 'S3; No. 5. Robert L. Bacon. Jr.. 07; No. 4 Rob ert L. Bacon, "80; No. 3, Dr. W. R. Tadd C 2'C 2 ' a 1a 1 ! 0 ", 2*2 * ?Vo C " Btorrow ' '<». and coxswain' C. Abeles, '13. Now London. Conn.. June 25.— There was a further conference to-day between the Yale and Harvard crew authorities over the Inquiry made by Harvard relative to the eligibility of W. F. Howe,* jr.. to row in th. Yale freshman eight. Announcement was made that the matter had been settle and that Howe would remain in the boat. At the Yale quarters it was stated that Howe was eliribl- and that Harvard had withdrawn its objection. The further state meiu * Waß ma de at the Harvard quartern that the proximity of the regatta Wl in fluenced Harvard. in this decision. MRS. REX BEACH OFF FOR RENO Chicago. June 25.-Mrs. Rex E Beach who left Chicago for Reno. Nev.. last night' in company with her husband, the novelist and author, declared that she would at tend the Jeffries-Johnson n ht on July I ••I saw Mr,. -Tex* kar<l In New York this spring and she told me I was not game to come," sold the author's wife. "Well she will find out that she has •»"•»■■ *""- : take. Mr. B«aeh thinks ha is »ln* to ,end me to , La*. Tahoe. but he Is mistaken, for I bholl »c« everything there 1. to •* AURORA ■ ON SOUND Vanderbilt's Yacht Shows Way to the Istaiena. MARGIN OF VICTOR SMALL Avenger Beats Shimna on Time Allowance in Seawanhaka Corinthian Races. Cornelius Vanderbilfs sloop yacht a* rora. after sailing: over a 30%-mlle coon* on the Sound yesterday In light and uncer tain breezes, won from her rival, the 13^. >n», by the small marsrin of 21 seconds la the annual race of the Seawanhak* Corin thian Yacht Club. Despite the flaky condition?, the race, la which thirty-nine yachts started, was close, ly contested from start to finish. The Ist*, lena had the best of the start, and she oat footed both the Aurora and the Winsome on the first leg of the course, crossing th« Sound to the buoy off Greenwich Point The wind was light from the eastward until the. end of the first round, when the tinea taken were the Aurora, 2:30:51; the l*ta lena, 2:34:52; the Winsome; 2:37. Then th» wind shifted to south- by-east, and on tie last leg of the second round, from Long Neck Point to the finish, it came out frora the southwest. When near the finish, both the Istalena and the Aurora being on the starboard tack the Istalena was able to fetch. The Au rora, after making a short board on tha port tack. Just pinched across the Ism lena's bow and won by 21 seconds. The race between the new sloop Shimna and the Avenger was Interesting. At the end of the first round they stood, tha Shimna, 2:51:27; the Avenger, 2.:*.:% xh« Avenger gained on the last leg. but the elapsed time Indicated that the Shimna had won by 2 minutes 12 seconds. It was found, however, that she had to allow the Avenger 2 minutes 12 seconds, so the Maxwell boat won, after all. The Alera, which won in the 30-foot class, captured the class cup; the Phryne won the Centre Cup, and the Grilse won the Iceland Challenge Cup. The Adventuress won la Class M, and the Windward In Class P. The summary follows: A.N.NtAL SPRING REGATTA. SEAWANHAKt CORINTHIA_N YACHT CLUB. SATURDAT. JUNE 25. SLOOPS— CLASS X— START. 11:45— COURSE. t30% KNOTS. Elapsed Finish. time. Boat and owner. H.M.S. H.M.5 Aurora. •'. Vanderbflt 4:37:13 4:".2 1 j Istal^na. G. M. Pynchon 4.37.34 4:32:34 Winsome. H. F. LJppitt 4:41:5» 4:58:3» SLOOPS— CLASS L— START. 11 COCSSET 20' KNOTS. Shimna, 11. F. Plant... 5:20:43 330:43 Avenjter. H. L. .Maxwell 5:22:55 5:32*5 SLOOPS— CLASS M— START. 11:55— COURSE. 15U KNOTS. Adventuress. C. C. Rumii'.:. . 3:25:42 3:31:43 Irondeqnolt. G. C. Noble 3:40:35 3:45:35 Gardenia. L. S. Herzog 3:44:20 3:49-5) Corrected time The Irondequoit. 3:40:54; tka Gardenia. 3:45:16. SLOOPS— CLASS P— START. 11:55— COURSE. 15»i KNOTS. Windward. R. A. Monks . 3:53:50 3:5*3» Red Rover, T. B. Bleecker 4:o9:f»> 4:14^» More Joy. W. H. Child* 4.«»:ir 4:14:« Corrected time— Mere Jor. 4:03:35. NEW YORK SO-FOOTERS— START. 12.-00— COURSE. 15' i KNOTS. Alera. J. W. and E. P. Alker. 4:11:52 4:11 5J Ibis. H. W. Maxwell 4:20:5-i 4:30: M Daminda, G. E. Roosevelt 4:lti 4:l«:*K> >"<»psl. Johnston de Forest •:»:« tJM Phryne. J. P. Morgan. jr -4:13:11 4:13:11 Caprice, R. Ellis 4:15:5:» 4.15J» HANDICAP CLASS — FIRST DIVISION — START. 12:10— COURSE. 6?4 KNOTS. Pally EX, A. E. Black 2:36:03 2:2B:CJ SPECIAL CLASS— START. 2:43— COURSE. «H KNOTS. aippbora. C. D. Mallory 4:09:0* ■"»** Robin Hood 11. «- E. Gartland 4:1"2:2S i:»» LARCHMONT ONE-DESIGN <OLD> CLASS START 12:35— COURSE. «1 * KNOTS lo^S.^.^:.^!!":::::::: l%& i;SS JEWEL CLASS— START. 12:25— COURSE. «^i KNOTS. Topax. H. C. Smith 3:20:42 2:35:43 Jade. E. S. Willard 3: ; 5:^ 5iS2« Turquoise. J. P. Morgan, jr.. 3:2, :23 3 :".:» Opal. J. P. Morgan. jr 2 :S ? :^ s :^ Sapphire. H. F. Whitney 3:41:19 3:13:13 SEAWANHAKA 15-FCOTER.S— START. 12:30- COURSE. 6^i KNOTS. Grilse P. J. Roosevelt 3:23:03 2 ■« Theleina. < '. McKenzle 3:25:33 2:55:33 Water Baby L. C. Tiffany.... 3:28:42 2:3«:42 Tamale. Hoyt Brothers 3:2. :13 2^:13 Flicker. A. I. Henderson 3:27:37 - "' « Imp. S. L. Landon 3:2* -- 2 J B:4S Hen! G. Nichols 3 :3rt:4rt f £ : % Iris. E. Tuckerman 3:^:4.1 3:^8:41 BUG CL.ASS— START. 12:35— COURSE, §• • KNOTS. Big Bus G. A. Corry 3:32:3!> 2:."7:29 IBM C.'C. Converse 3:43 3 -.":« Maytljf. A. B. Fry 4:01:11 MM ELKS OUT IN FORCE Thousands See Annual Games at Washington Park. Several thousand members of the Brook lyn Lodge of th» Order of Elks attended the annual games which were held at Washington Park % Brooklyn, yesterday. The New York Athletic Club, with two first places and a third to Its credit, for a total of 11 points, won the pclnt tropic The Dominican Lyceum was second, will 8 points, and the Acorn Athletic Associa tion third, with 7 points. Harry Barilr.ff. an unattached runner, enlivened the one mile run by winning the contest In a c!os» finish with James A. Meekes. of the Acorn Athletic Association. "William Nugent proved the best of the large field whicfc competed in the 100 and 23) yard race! closed to the members. The summary follows: 100-yard dash — Won by A. Tan-»r. Now Ten. A, C (4H yards): F. L. Stephenson. Trinity CluS \f>'~* yards), second: F. J. Reynolds, Acorn A. A (6 yards), third. Tim*. 0:101-5. "■""-"»■ One-mile relay (handicap) — Won by Hir!wn T. M. C A. (BO yards) (team composed of F!»ser. Risk. Banett and Weber); St. Gabriels A. A. of Manhattan (60 yards*, second; Union Branca V. M. C A (33 yards*, third. Tim* 3:44 4-5- . 880- yard run (handicap* — Won by B. Gil!tn.' < r». Dominican Lyceum (22 yard?*: J. Hand. Domini can Lyceum (22 yards), second; ■. Bulst. Fl»* time A C (20 >. ■'.•♦>. third. "Time. 2:C5>. SCO-yard run (handicap) — Won by E- * Pritchard. New York A. C (IX yarda); *» Holmes. South Paterson A. C iW yards). wc^ ond; C Grandegtard. East Sid.' House Settlesses. (16 yards), third. Time. 0:32 1-6. _ One-mil» trails (han Heap)— Won by B. »- Glfford. McCuddtn Lyceum (tOt) yard»»; F . ™ Plant. Acorn A A. (170 yards), second: C_ »■ Grady. Mohawk A. C. U'«> yards), third. TS»*, «JB yard run (handicap)— Won by J. Polaa. a** attached (22 yards): J. » B*l. Mob*wkA. U. (14 yards), second): B. A. Faring. SfeC»«BB Lyc«um (21 yards), third. Time. 0:51 - "* .j^ ' One-mil*, run (handicap)— Won by H BarJ^J* unattached (SO yards): J. A. Meekea. Acorn A. *. (100 y*rd»>. second: O. Tv Grouohey. N*w *«■■ A. C. (55 yards). tf>»rl Time. 4:30. - „.,♦• 100-yard dash (closed)— Won by J-,- N "i,ii; J. J. McCabe. second: C. J. Galley, third. ti^ 0:U J 5 ___ ,_ £• Fifty-yard fat men race l<^>Tr £_!&-? R. Smith: L. E. Pollack, second: TV. H. D*"^a» third. Tlm«. 0:07. wen * «..._«,♦• C 220-yard run «closed»— Wen br TV • J. Galley, eecond; J. J. Mcdt*. tMrd. Tin* 0:27 4-5. MONTCLAiR NINE WINS Defeats Staten Island in Gam« Filled with Hard Hitting -h In a game of hard hlttin< the Mont ?^[ Athletic Club defeated the statin M» &MMI and I-awn Tennis Club, in a °~|Tj tear T^aKue name, on the latter* «r<>u»>*J at Staten Island yesterday, by a * ".^" .^ 11 to 5. Four clean home run* were «** - Griffen. who began on the mound ! J SUUen Island, held the visitors safe -o^ Inning, when he weakened and was 01^ to retire "Dutch" Carter then to °*"* hopeless task and was treated as n» *T d«vs«or. Frank Kane, the former - • herst twlrler. had little trouble wl» . Staten Island nine after the first °^£ when, with two men on bases. CUt *^ the ball sailing to deep centrefieJd V circuit. Kinney. Van Vleck and P*^*^ a former Princeton player, each sen. . eIW . homer In the last three innii^ of w test. The score by innings follows: ; Montclalr A. C 0001 20 3 3 sr** „*, -J State:. Island 3 001001 o^. B*tt«rle»-K»ne and FT»j»r. ,«"-**•. .:♦':* and Ueanesay. Umpire— Stocsaa.t.