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Open Championship Golf & Boxing_j*?
Amateur Only One Stroke Behind
Harry Vardon in Test at Golt
Francis Ouimet Leads Strong
Field in Morning and Earns
Honors of the Day on
Brookline Links.
OPEN TITLE NOW AT STAKE
McDonald. Smith and Mc
Namara Among Others Who
Find a Place in Favored
Thirty-two.
,.-. ? .-*.?-?'
. .., ..; 11.,r-. Vardon often
, -. rJwsyfl rellable, flhowed the wa:
. ., .,* th< quaUfl. ai on rot
lj , | . ...... ntl natle tai open champlon
ent over tha Unha of
tha Country Club at BroohUne lo*day.
...,. xx ho has aron thfl Brttloh UUfl
t;-... Ui m returned rounda of t:. and .6
f.,r b t?ti'l of 151. oi l> one stroke better
,, ,. -. thfl Woodland <:o!f
Cluh amateur, arho "olrl: startled the big
. rj bj hla brllllanl and daehlng play.
\\ ,,,',.? tbe twei t. : ?*ar old Booton oma*
i d ; oi. ]? Bd tl I Bfl " tbfl real _u.r-.
elonged mora to him
than u dld to Harrj Vardon. To tblnk
? ? thla atrlPlli ? of a youth ahould kuvd
world taraoua \ ardi n and all ln the
fi rat round at elghl - ?"? then .
,, . mt . -.. i eblnd tor thirty- |
mv hotoa beea iee < mg put holed bj
\ -i-.Iom at the home green!
lt ?as only i feu daya ago tbal tinn
- ?nor had tha world of
_olf bv i rl an he led the quallfy*
lnf ,,-.;.?? Clt) ln tha amateur
. ? ;. ::ritil "ChlCB
home and capt
the gohl : ?
11m laal ? *?" t0-llaJ
that Mr. Outmel agaJn araa tha kmer, ln
eaplanatlon of wblch ? word muet be
?aM Thfl Boeton boi >*???? leodlng Vor
loun b] three strbkes going to tha rourr
,..,;, hOle at WblCh I'Oii't I had Ptamrx
'for a braaaei abot reoutted ln bla toelng
jl an.l getdng ? attce into a trap.
When all ol the alghty-ave-odd btarters
had comi.lcted the double clrcult lt wafl
ronnd that . *"h -*?orM of m or
better hadquaained. Thls waa higher acor?
ing than had been expeote-, especlally
a, the weather condition- were Ideal. Aa
ia majorttv of tbe fa.orltes wlll not start
untll to-morroxv-the aeeon* taatlng round
' ,?,,.-e is no telllng what prominent ones
mh ln th. coid. I
<m tt ?ha
HsiH luch. oM ma
t 0 - ...
? A' " ?*_\
?-, tmn m th? morning ond
-, ara M a*
pac - ethto ahort gan wa "
wltl
, - hla rocont prnetlcfl rounda haa
Ier WbJtti
... badly bat hi ,
-
Tom McXai ara i
>'?** :'-" '
ropollUB open tltle. and W. C.
Burn. They all llnlahad
\! - g I
? ?* ****** bPtv *?"
Ie0 McXamara a trtroha The,
laal named a . *d ?r
lt n?i been for an unfertunau
lent at the Hccond hoi. 11 ? morn
,__ rj abot found tb? trap eloee
,; ,i in piaytaa out Mi
. which had 'ot beea ren
.\b he waa with
iwenty-yard llmlt ha had to lake tbe iwo*
n I ahout
? . ? kt i mny wora expected te
aee thlfl piayer, great aa h.- i*. mlaa ?
? io *iid nothlng, !
? . othera who i
; to-day dldn't do on varioua i
Wa . tbere were tlmts ?
\ ai,. ! up on puts. one or twe
. (th. bul to offeet
brought off good onea both
.on.
|q the b - - '?'.at foliowed Vardon
and atcbeed were maa} prominent pla>
. , ... ? dld not hava to competa untii
norroa They Included Edward Ra;
?: o r wtth Vardon; Jerom.- Xt
itmtmte, tbfl natl nal amateur ciiampioi..
tmnikx Ua?a.?ju*>. ul BagleWOOd, **ho w iil be
Ftajr*a partner; xx. J. Tepp?g, the 'ire.-n
artch amateur, .iam?-s MaMen, of Neaaau,
. ho ,t of otli. is.
After watchlng the foreig^
si.o: aoat Invarlably on tiie Uae,
Mai-j. r; t :ri,*-d to a trep.d with t. ? :?
rh; "Hoxv can you play Bgalnal a game
- ?.:." lt dld BectB almoat as if th's
eouldn't play poor golf II ba tr *
but there para bllef spelle when he
?Igna of being human. 41 ' ?
Iwelftfc in the mornlnic. he pullcd hia j
? t.. a trap. and in nlaying out of the
.' anuod into another plt Bven flo he
!? the hole ln 6.
tgabl at tha long fourteenth, an in
renl se<ond shot left his ball bl the
Bjh. He rea | |Teea f-oni ? ?
lai'l Up t)ie 1.. ? . Within el|
e*-- 'a-rd then made the ga)!> r\ groa I ]
. ? m I ng tha ittle one.
mi tha >th^ hand. Vardon sank a (in.- [
g-footer for a I ol tin- ninth, a ho!e t rat
I rnor* than JOO yards long. ln the gfter*
noon Vardon. aseepl foi an occaslona!
Indtfferent - .ot. playol along steadlly.
I eul in i" To ? be homa hole it
looked as if ba xx ould get a 1 afti
appmach lofl hla bag en the upper AA*
ut tim t;r-*' n aome taranty-gve feei from
the ptn. ii wai a aaeaa place to put
fran* ? ? lo t the h>,M .i.....
. offered lhe opinion that
???xr.'. would Burety t".'- Ihree puta"
?.. . ia Icety, bow
.,, , p| ,\*.,J w i!i a bo.ro-4 nn I
rtlnu around beautifully.
;i Ior fl 2 Ha.l lt n-.t
for thit put Vardon xvo.ild have
limel
?
Ba ith Her a.
? m .11 H II 1' < Hi
j 4 | I I 1 ? ' >?..,
(. , | | 4 i 4 J-4B
i? '..ttt i * t i t a-ai ???*??
Ouimet fltaiu-d off practically aion-.
.s*v
FRAXCIS OUIMET.
The amateur who led be&t professionals of this country and Orfat Britatn
in firat oightecn holes ior open goll championship and finished only oiu
? -trokc bcbind Harry Vardon at thirty-two holei in qtulifyfog Kat.
and It V tbfl end of his ^
round tl -' ***
? itora of hla spl ?
Tha Woodland ai
lhe peculiarll
played lual aa briniantl: flnd s;....lily as
Vardon. Hfl got both length and >ilr. ?
tion xxith Iron ;>t-4! w.i. and during tbe
putted bettei than th? greal
Englieh profewional
t waa ln 1
lus uutward rt und. when he took ? i fot
tl ? thlrd, a dlfflcult I30-: ard hole. He
Into tht graaa foi owed
Ing into tbe roui
teach tha groen putt to i ola
out. in otber reai >?? lfl I li '"???? ;."":' P**!
?
flrat ? ed th<
? ? .. -:. ga ll 10 V.l! -
?I ,.'t.d ii - aea d I
aftei .: iheon. Hfl had a iteady piayer
ln .1. M Barnefl ot To* >i rtth whom
palred dld eva
second outward trip Hhi poortbt play w_?
at thi flfth, -.?':.? e i orded six. da.
to a rlalt to th? bui ka
? .' Ith ?4 < ATd <t 23,
two betta r t: an 1 I roun J ? d
played imoothly untll ha reached lhe
? ha 'i ha fllleed int.. a
. down to tiie alghteenth,
h.. pulled Into tha rough and practically
dupllcated V ormng timsh ?ritli
a aplendldl; ted i aahle -diot i?.
th? irr- *? ? ian UO j arda awa
landed on thfl green aboul twentj ? t I ?
the lefl of the hole and ju-t mis-ed run?
ning down the pul "wblch would -ave
1 Im ? tie with Vardon at IU.
His card was as foflOW*
? ? . ,
| . *
.i i i i < ?? i *> ;
. IIHHHt
. . | ; a t I *-*?? ? IM
Tell ei. tha French - ntrant, dld
? ;e wa>'
..f pla:. bi Ing d< i Wedl - during
? . ? ? . .
... Md aom<
tly eaa) puta 11 wai
eaally gualiflad with thi followli i-ard;
Iy.uia 'l?ll*r. F>*nr-:
? ? ? .5 4 4 4 4 4
ln .I 4 * 4 * t 4 II
4,Ut .'? ** I 4 | 4 4 o '?*
ln .444104;:, .??!*??. 1?1*1
Among thoM who formed the galler;
ni thfl homa grea -.':: ? ternoon
araa formei Prealdenl William II, Ta'l
reaeat Vale profeeeor watci
aad frequentij appla iu d
: ota mada hy tha Onlahmg pa ??
Hi .. .i that he had come over frotn Man
john Hoi i Ham*
WOMEN'S GOLF TITLE PLANS
Programme for National Tour
nament Announced.
'ii... programme for tha wamen'a na?
tional golf championahlp vvas announced
laal night by John K.-.l |r.. Becretarj of
th- Unlted Btatea Gotl A-1*.' lat on
Tbere arin ba au etghteen-hoU medal
play qualifylng round on Moiula;, Oeto?
ber lt, with on.- mateh roond aach day
followlng for the reflt of the week. < oin
cident vx.th the championahlp ."' I
be special competitions for orhla h prlOOB
an oft'-r.-d bg thfl Wlhnlngt-- I ounur
Club, o\.-r whooa i-ourt*.- the tournomenl
harid Thoae who faii to quallfy
wlll liave the prlvtlege of conip. ting ln
an aighteen-hele medal pla: : andleap an
Tueaday, while Ihe handlcap agalnat
boga- viii bi run off nn Wadneedey.
i > Tr,.\. ra wenl
lo Krookline to COmpCte ln the national
epen championahlp ha eatabUehed i new
record for the oouree of the Upper Mont?
clair COOntry <'lut. ny gotag round ln ft
Tra ?r- an?i Heinrich Bchmidt the Maa
anchuaetti amateur, played i four ball
inati li xa.th J. liarold .Slat.-r. of l'u? lllll*
hihI liiiiai Ifachle. the iirofeastonal. of the
hume club, Travera aaid Ichmtdt xx-on by
I up
Tlic record card EollOWfl'
Out . 4 I t I I *? 4 i | .1
ln . | 4 I'l 4 I I t i --? ?
' mond to see "juat how the btl profes
-'cr.als played * nd thal he re
gretted ' **"r*naln for the al I
\i have said
thi
Club.
entlflc t*. ; i. ig vrouM '??? hard lo I
TR ated that il
punlahed
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i. ;: Miner Kanlltaorth. I
' Ralph Tl otn ? ? Kramlna
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I Ierbert Uartln Turgu. .
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ENGINEERS INVADE LINKS
' E. N. Chilson and W. F. Zimmer
juaii Wm .'oursomt...
rhe <;oif ? luh of tha Bngtni era" 11 -b ol
\. a Vorl. h< !>i a om da, loai:ia
i terda thi llnka of the On ? n.xn h
|/'ounii. i hib ln the morning a four
aemi - oompotltlon wai run off, i,. .v Cbil
i son an.i W l', Zimmerman being the uin
- rll 40 ial In ' i;i-.a .\ of I ifl
[handlcap Eada Johnaon, wltb *;-7-b0.
| xvas ti.? arinner wblla In I lam B, A o\
' Titt led t:. fleld arttl II -'? ... and ln the
] thlrd aal '*. i Eai II, -.v iiu M ..
in the evening dtnnar wai aerved In tha
clubbeuae, C. T. Qulncy "prealdlng. J- B.
Dunlop a member of both club*., .xau tba
gueel of t.... day, The nexl tournament
va.) be heid at UaKland oil l)4-tob..-i .
a
FOOTBALL TICKETS IN DEMAND
Man) raajui t ira being received by tbe
\-? w Torh Baaaball Club regardlng tha
purchaaa ond reeervatlea ef tleheta for
I lhe Arm>-N_x.\ foulhall pan.c un tbe I'olo
j <JruUiia_.
kt Prealdenl ifempetead ef tbe Olanta
eontemplatea a \eainangemenl ef lhe flald
i <? ipeetall adapttna ll for football, ll arlll
i be >ome time before it <? in in- property
: chartwl. At Ihe earlleel |?oaath|c <lat?
! John B, Toater, thi flarcretary, xxiii make
I puhlle expll.it regulattom regardlng lhe
j sale ef thoaa tlckett* whfrh ara to b<* nold.
Tweaty.flvfl thoueand Ucketa wiii fati to
t .. kltare ef thi competlng t4am?.
a Lawn Tenr
THROUGH THREE SETS
National Indoor Lawn Tennis
Champion in Top Notch
Form at Montclair.
BRINGS UP IN SEMI-FINALS
Miss Wildey Has Hard Tussle
to Beat Miss Web^r in
Cup Tournament
for Women.
dam ...ce. \ii*-.s Slarle Wojtoot braea'd,
throvgii ti re rnatrl -
? ? ? tually bririrrlifg up ln the
., . . ? ? n ,1 ..?-...??.'? | ? I 'II ?'! ?
? ? rnament on the
if th. Moi '? '.?'?? tthlctl. '
Moi alr, S J. In lurn, tl
?,i,,?r ,-. ? ,*'. .-? lad Mlaa Anne
Hamilton Mlaa Pauline Bottlcher and
Mt? i..-e, n . St ? er. All <>(' ti.
etltieni lha daahlng rlrl eered l
lirai . i I'tog. ? ? r. h< r tptal ta'..:
, , non aiood al Ihtrly-ala:, to a
total ..' ?"' ? teen ? '>ri by her o ? i
tn i ? i flrat n ar- .1 it a.11 evtdeni that
Mln V ra* rea of -.t-oke ano
.-,, ing ai - b at. Th ? ball irav ll<d
? ? throug ?,.:... -t. and
Bhe wom ..'?? aya *a u for Ing Mlaa
n... if)*. ? firal ot'Poni nt, oul of po*
1 tion ai ' I ' ? 'J.''' tbrea?Th
... obii Mlaa Hamilton : lelded Uti
her pla. e in 1 lournai I to tha acore
? . . ? tt waa 1 fotat
ln th. 1 ro *?: ? <? *dlng 1 <?'<? >? Ht ?na M
Bottl ar aaa beat* 11 n I I
Mi-.- st.?:? er at I '? I '
M:ss Alberta Wa
arho baa attractea ae mt h Intereat ln
the re,-, nt tournamenl aurprl
gal'ei 1 '? dlng M Edna '
through . ? aeti h ereri
: V .'.? .,
rd and faat
, , . M.sa Weber
p t.. thi ? el 01 b ?
,, ,. pf thi I Bhota ot
., ??. ' - ' '
... na rt i
? ..- . I Ita .
ther mai ? ? f tha daj ?
Mn ' ? ' ? hl ?
m r ..f : it N-" J- ra ? Btate ci
.-. ? 11 1.. 1. R r? ien, llra bfl
Beard ar.d Mlaa Clara Caaaell re. ent ivln?|
? <r ef Ihe Weai '??*? C4*?aal tltle, arere
... | . itctora In th* Btngla ?
Mi, ? I a Hv* , teaale In tbe
-flaeead a?t of her m.itch *?.'.?? MlaeTei*e*a
r. Kaaar, at ?*-t. fa-:.
Th* dojbleaj baA-nri arlth n ni;mb*r nt
f- Itlng ^or.t?Bt? t->0 of ?jrhfch went the
Un t Of three aeti b? 1 ore M*a William
II. I'fiuch a-.d Mlsa l.difh fetef Hand*"
' ..ne. a-d Mias Po'.ly Hi.-M'-1
Bt Ut '? rtghi la tbe ot:.,r. Tha
. atJrlii played mai ?'
"' '? nn and
? ,_....?.-.
ere waa a lot of - '?
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1 . of *-4.
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rn to II
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Maria ? Bgi I ?>?--'
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; 3 . : Mlaa 1 -
... , , . ' Do; 'e
I Mr ' ? ' " '? '? '?
Ua 11 ?' '??
ajj, ? ?:
.... 4 1 ...
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?...-? D*
llbert.
- I aflflla
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? .; Mlaa Helen
,. ,,. .. . . ? v ;?.. .? W ??: -..ii nn 1
. Ben'*
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? ? po ??? . . ??' - "? '' **??-? 'I*
f..? ..i Ml. Bo 1. ..-i and Mra CI tta, I '.
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OREENWICa LAWN TENNIS.
,;,.,.,., 1...;:, Torre and Jol n R
. t ? mixed doubtei la*-rri ten.
n| el ..-? p on I Ip tltli.-?t< *"'??' ***} '??"
tournamenl on tbe eenrta of tne ureen
. 'rtimtr fluh. ai ?? ?? ? ????" ??? ' ".'fi,
I-*. ti . nnal ?' ind Ml Detla Tf"T" ?*?'?
lobnaon def. ated Mr-. Oeora* l arharl
Hui Ier 8 Maraton at .?"*?S. "*--??
ri?. ralll. arere ati ?harply contetited.
1,itere.,tii" being arltl ln 1 atroke
? ? .1' befon Mlaa Pajla
1,,..,. ?.,,! ' ... partner ma-iajied to tcort
.atnpton ' Ip >ln
,., . ?. ni ? ,- completed to-day.
grand~c!rcuit trotting
Peter Billiken Wins Over a
Heavy Track at Detroit.
.1 10. a raaddy traeli la-day
irj tha pWtneneoienl of hair
1 programme. Includlna n.e IMbI parea
pacera and onlj two racea ? ere
completed at tbe Qrand Clrealt meetlng.
?;ii,. ;:J4 trot aenl te Peter Mlllhen ln
four Intcreating beata irblle Reherl adll
roi captured the ?-':??: irot arltb aaaa.
Tb* Bumn arlea fellea i
?i noi 11: '? -' ii rLAaa pt'rtai |i -."<>
TtlflKB IM f"l> ?
,, .. ... 1.. ' ? i'?"v"
thr c.reAt li.ron I.a**ie. t>r
H..r..ii W 1,1 ???*> ' ?tfla-Bala ' *J J
\ .ti-r b b ''" "?'aaieo lapenearl '- ' - *
john ll. h. a* lABbtffl.I 1 * a
Blrtca, b m ? McCarti ?. .\ .. ;,
., ? , f rtv , b. m . a rlabi'.* * ?? ?
, 1Mrlirtn11i.il.. ... ? B ..
H .. m. Klnn* . eh if iRalbbun) A o dla
? Hplrll, b. f. ' Mtirph).Bl*
?? . iwveU, b. ?? lai-ara >. ? ? ? d.?
Tlm* 1:1* 1:1* - ti%, I IT.
TI'iiTTIVH ?2:<il CXJt* WYrY. 110D0,
two in niaag
l;., .. ri \lilro.. ... K . >? *-"lrrtl ?*???'? . .
Reberi MeOregor .Sn.." )... i 1
Marlcold, ... m, IMerphyi.. ? . 2 3
Klng iir..ok. blk. ?. laleCarthyi. a ..
. .,., ,,1. 1 . a. ' R'?iii*y'. ? *
.'. . ii. n ' AadrewaJ . <u*
riiii** S:tg .. '-'';;V
MANHASSET CUP RA0E8 DATES.
Chlcaajo, Sept. 1... -Tiie racea for the
Manhaaarl cup arill be saiied on s.-;.tem
brr |g, -".. and 22. This annuunreinent
?AI04 made tO-day by the ChlatatBje Vaeht
Club. The ?BJBtera ohallrngcr. the
Mraiie.r, o*a ned b> ''. P. -Iincka. of the
Ithode laland Vaeht Club. vlll *rrl\e here
en Thttrada]
a* Trotting and Pacing
us
banking for Women
Lawn Tennis Players
Committee Is Named to Drawi
Up Official List,
FIRST TIME IN AMERICA
Positions of Stars in Hands of
Mrs. Bundy, Miss Adee and
Mrs. Barger-Wallach.
Women lawn tennlfl p Byara are te he
ranked for lha drst time ln tha hlatjry
uf the American gama Tha auoji t,
which baa boea pondlng for the laat t*o
? i, 4x,is cryatallloed yeaterda] at a
i ieetlng of tha ranhlng commtttee-li;!e?
s . fa ..'.,. k, ? harlee IL BuH, Jr., ond
Qeorge T. Ulaa
Tha committea of women whe wlll ir.?
, , .. ? tha worh la coauposed of Mra*.1
Ba -?-r-\xa llach, chairman; Mra. Thomaa
. Bundy, of r.. i Angetee, whe waa for
i ? Mln Ma Button, lhe i atloi a!
champion. and Mlaa Bllen LJulae *>d.e.
uf the i ..'inti?;? i lub of Weetchea
According to lha pten eiplatned by
Mr. Adei ye?terday, fl la lhe tntantlon
to rank at leaat twenty-tlve women ln
ihe -.ina-i-- and poaatbi] ten patra in ti.'*:
doublea. Bultab'.fl blanka ">.:? tiie prep
aratlon of dam -r. now being made nnd
xx i:. be B<nt -.11 tbrougb*)ut tha eour.try|
01 Oetober 6. The reaeon fur tbia 'a
I
l ONE IO "Fl
VI
Starting Game in One City and
Finishing It in Another
Something New.
i'o.- ti a Brat tlma bi tha hlal
I* | aaeba - i atarted ln
.,: r ,-:t .4 iu ha .. thet .?? otber, w ?
lhe 0 anta ai d Pl llllfl clai tha Polo
Oroundfl ? ? . ? ? . ? | up tha
' ? . truggla ?' '. ?
ff m P ? * ? ' ' - o. whi h
nd xarled.
Aa told ? tl ita adttlona of yeater
,; a Trih * ? ai .1 ..f .;.: -?- tom of
[ the N'atieoal U raa late oa Jfoi ? ?
nlghl partly reremad PraaMoni Lynch'i
IfUllng !:i gtvlng the Kam- to Philadelphia
aft'-r Brennan, the umplre h..tj terfatltcd
; if to \>xa York
I Tly the lateat de .? or. II la ..-.!,-red th.it
I the ra*.ame "br flnl-hed on Thuraday, OctO
': ber 2 Xr>:*. at New Tork. where the Phlla
I golphla elub l? echeduled to play that
a i-. eemmendng tblrty mlnutea before
the nalxertiseal time for etartinir the flr*t
regUl irly a.heti'iled champlonsMp *ii-?
FM that data The -ame pla-er of the
".?- v ..r'a -':'.i ahall tak*- hll pla.-e at
bat with 1 MpMa elub in I ?
Beld ? ' * i Baflifl pla ? ? -
up, ai ?' '? of the game te aapl
11m me as lf t a ten Bn- '
* . ? i ...-.?
?hall he ati I >
Leai '? ? ' lh! ling of
ln tha event of i I ? a ahall
be ...- .pla t..: oi Prli ??. i hftol
or gaturds]. l N tober I ? If \ Ible "
.,'?.. i were expreaaed
t
? ? ???'. |
i ? ' ' . :
-...--. - '
iti. but . ' ? all ibout
? ? '. i : i aetlofy
mat
, thi ' ? Morgi pttcha
? aald t..
*; .,...-. ? ? ? ':? ind or*
latter
fo.- anj ? \p< nse lt had gona lo I
tha p!j:<r. ln an order promalgated
? I
. 'a:?; ? : Of the K'.,r. .1 I I ?'.
an.l Morgan hlmaelf teetifled that hla'
' arm **a not In condll
t to <
* ? . between \
t .? 1."...'.:-.: I ip trba ai ? ' * Bt Loula
1 . dli ' - ln st. 1.01:'* ? ? loat- 1
nt of mln Tha
\xll! mOVfl on to ' : 1 !: :,. tl * - ma I I |
t: - Kid- 1 hc team 4 have pla 'ed 1 enl
a-amee, < '' ? the s iperbfl - bava on
thirteen an . loet teven
Tha N'atlonal Commlialon adjourned In
Clndnnatl :? iterdaj without ??? dlng on
the Biul detatla f>..- th? worid'fl aerlea li
(act that tha r.n- an nol
.,,.-i: |t ? v. itled Once lhe Olanta und
\t. vti? ara .. mi J ol tl ?? pennaatfl
? ? r mcetln* ?i.l '? Called.
Kuuie Phelpa the xiteran catcher, haa
been r*-t4-a*-4l b> tiie BrOOhl>*n BUPOrbOfl
to tha Mearart elub or* tiie International
LaaAgua._
RUMSON PLAYERS TOO FAST
Whippany River Polo Team Out
played and Outridden.
tforrlatown, n. j, s-, t lt Tha Whip?
pany River l int. te.un w.it beaten thla
afternooi b lha Rumaon playera In the
openlng daj'tf mateh of B BOlo lOUrtU
ni<r.t conducted by the loci elub. Rum?
aon i".'ii the matcb by ? ncore ><f n?-. to
lo. Morrletuui: gettlng a handlcap of bi*
goalfl a*. a atarfor.
The local team xxan out played and out
I ridden, although Oi-orga Ollder falled to
gel ti.e Rumaon ponlea here In Uma i,):'
, tha gami aml had to aa* local mounta.
Charlea Bchwarta waa tba 't.ir of tiie
gama \. Fllmlae Hyde played a hard
gBlUC for lha Morr.-toxx :i Club The:?
araa a 11* attendance of eoctetl in:opi*?
ir..,,i Morriatown, BarnanlavtUe, i\i*
Orangea and Newark.
The llne-up follows:
?xuii'f\\.\-y I Rl iioo.v
iio?!.* . Oeala.
i-?.-u4T.j..ii ltayhard : t?Oeorge OlW?. i
x i* UrB?. 0: 'Mrbwarta. I
I B. II. WllUamaJr. ': I ? llarol.l l*.,.r.|. a.
iiu. k K. tlendtraoa llBack?r.lt.Klnnleutt *
n.i. Tltoe). IIH. latrej VThttaey.... ?
Total. 6| Tot.l. II
i*lu- haadlara ?. anihea nnax gnait io for
V, hlpmny. Penalty, Borden'n foui. '? ?eai.
t.iakah total is'*) gnAla f?.r Bmoaoo. Refarta ?
H . 4'iH>lr?-. Tliiirkeep?r?I'n-ll lv - n.
0R0SS TO FACE RIVF.RS.
KIUBANla WIN8 WAL8H BOUT.
T;.,ston. w.pt. ii* -Johnni KUbaaa o*
Cleveland, Ihe famtherwelght champion.
won a aieclsli.n over .Jlmmy Walah. of
Boaton, ln a twelve-roun.l bout at catch
xx.'leltM. befor.- the AtlM Athletlc As^o
clatlon here to-night.
tbal two or three important ******?***
for women. notabh that of the I-OOg*
a-ood Criehgl Club, of BooCon, orfll net
ba *ompieted untll thal rditm.
a mogl comprehenalva hoi oC *??' ??*
wemen tournament ptoyorB of lhe OOUIl
tr. la beir.g- made up, and Iboy or?l ?>??
.aked tofacTRate tbe worh of i *????-1
m,tu, ,,., immedUtel returnlng the.
rorm Wnnha -iti. auch .iata Bfl may tur
,,;.?, recutdK of the leadbig plai ? ?
Ifr. Adee explfllned that lhe womena
,. mmUtfle tai * Buboldlary of lha na*
II nal ranh; ig comndttoa, and thai ine
Uttcr WOUld pam upon the "****** i
xx i-en it waa BubmRted, and ambod) n
i? its repon Ui tho executlve c-oremiitee
of the L'ntted Btatea National law:
nl, ABBodatlofl Thla win caoaa the *om
to', ranhtng iractlcally 'o ha revlewed
b4 three commRtea
Tbeae eonverouilt with lha abllltl i of
tha *women dee'ara that SUaa N iry
Browne, th? CnUfOrnla girl wh ?
;. H. Beld the i atlonal chnmptonab. ?
s. , to be rated at Sfa '. artth Hl?a
[?orotbj Oreen. of PbUndelphla her ehal
I . r..: ? ?? , tltle, oa So. -'- I '
cUmi ?? il1 '?'?'" p
? ... aui |? june, aflai Browne bea*:
,.;.-,.- ? _ ; ;, Other place, ?
tha Bral len win. ll li etotaA P"
lia :ude Nt. i Marle Wagner, nation*
Oll0r , Mra. atorBhall BfcLcin.
Mlaa Ednfl ?rildey. Mlaa Clalra Caaaoli.
M,. ? coitta E Rot h, ol Boaton . nd
. (ha ra,
BM Al Ht NET
ln Lawn Tennis Semi-Finals
After Spectacular Fight on
West Side Courts.
.; 4 i.. Dkmi ? ' ? ??'"'? tiaXl.
Wat*on m IVaehburn and Dr. Bartai
Taylor won their place* the fl
. : ?f ti.e chami ?
.-?..?!?
-...,, ? (Btl :i!a: ?
abruntof! ttle feU u|
foughl I l""j
: rvai pta ei
g.^ ,,, Tons rtrava ndtaeea
h*> tlr* a**?teat Oravee *** flteady. an-lj
fa ? proved ko good on his fOT* Bttd thal j
be rroquentlj paaaed Weahborn aa ha
aanu up to tha nat ll araa
conte-t. Waahharn arlnnlng al I
6-2 Waahburn f.nishei "ff ?*ith Jeeepi*
Cor.don at 6-2, s-O. alwaya hetdM Condon
ba.-k ir. M" <ourt while he p'.ayed hla
arhlptdaa rettoy ahots at tho ne?
V.'alter Merrlll Hall had a a^-lrlted aet
IO wt?h WillUm H. Cra-rin, Jr.. the flnal
score being I I, fr-1 Tn tbe flrat aet Cra
_ ?> r.-r ?f hl*. *a*a*ia*a*iOnai PU
. Rg him ai I I ea aavmaa
the game* to 6 I ??
.. ..
. :? .
an ll ? th? ? ' ? Hb
..? pturcd
... ? .. < i' . t
-? ?
? .
' ?
M 11. allifl
KUttr, ????'
defeated ' '
n i " B. Hai ?'??;,'.??.< P 1-. ?
u (. ,. . | ? ??
reat. ?. i . ... .
, Ita man defa .... VVIII u '' Be
..;?.? i ?.?-.?*- . ' ? >
Y. Waahhurn : -' 8 2. - ?' '????
rta-ai ? ia
' '?-.-? ? ? afi an. R ?? . ,; '
- .. y - . - . . ...... v . Boat
i b "..??-.?:?: i'
I ... .. I fl. ?
?a Wl
? ? ? '? 1 p. 1
: hlr<l round i \ l"om ' **? ?
iv. i: ?. - >?? . I t
fl ? ' -
??5. rt?a. a? i
SHOOTING AT SEA GIRT
Captain Eraerson Shows Way in
Nevada Trophy Match.
s\ , ii;rt n -i. lepi W Capta
Qeerate H. Emei*aeaa, of Ohio, arlth .. tetal
teore ef tm. wea tl i So* ade l re
match tlii* aft< rni.on.
W. Y.. Re; nolda, of St m Toi
tacnad "as Bacond, aith 141, and hfajiir
(t'llllam B. Martlr "f Mew Jeraey, thlrd,
aith let,
In thi Stm Jera** E ati R flc \?
t'lin tao-man team match Captaln Edd
and Captaln Richard led, arlth ll
Major P. lt Wolf and Lleutenaat Rohert
Beara arere aecond, *\itli IM,
S Football
ORDER ON YM? FIELD
Howard Jones Makes Himself
Clear with Candidates
Out for Football.
HARVARD MEN ON THE JUMP
Squad Now Numbers Scventy.
one Players?Tigers Devote
Much Time to Drill
in Kicking
N.xx Haven. .Sent. M, ''KXCUSB me, eld
man: I dldn't mean to get !nto you an
hard." aaJd a Mg feitow, *?ft?r he hai
smasl.fed prettx- heavily through a guam
during the football practke at Ya'.e Fleli
^fleterday.
Howard Jones, the rew h-_<j coach.
heard the remork, and etridmg up to tha
in. n said tO tha apeeOglBlng candidate.
"Here. you. xvliat are vou excusing your
*elf for" Ton'ra bere tO play football, r.ot
|.. mal<o BZCUOaa lf some one gets a harl
hnoch ln thls game Ifa all ln the days
xxork. Thla hl 11 man'a aame. f want
,-. ? ry one of you to go in and flght, ani
llght har.l. And I don't want to hear any
more of this 'eaeUBO me' buslneaa. Noar.
_-.x-.. ua yonr signai. M* Qngrtarhgck."
TbB men Wtrt having a breakim
through .Irlll al the time. and Jor.es'- re
niarks Indlcated the kind of work the
ajrere agpoctod to do and the marper oi
team he xvau plannlpg to brtng out.
The scludule of work for the car.4:flat?i
the rtst of thls week w!ll tncl'idi a for.
noon drill of two hours end another ln th?*
afternoon of ahout the same tangth. N'ext
xaeek only aft>*rnoon practice wlll be heM
.Ml of th- m**n are In good condition.
and no lnjurleg have heen reported.
j.in.-H aenl tom eleveJ? through i.a'f m
hours ecrlmmage this afternoon. djrna
..... mad" two touchdonga
Wilaon i aophomoro. ran tha 'vanlt Bt
quarter and mad< a ~'ood ImpraaateB h*
I got the flrat touchdoara on a run ar^ind
r-.;. Knowleo, i Mg haWhncb, got the
1 touchdoom oftor a thtrty*yord rua
. Captain KetCham watohed the greater
. . - - -.t.-ti- -. M-'ory. caetl
ti <? a reetl ng teai a 11 eld d a i
end :. ? had upon a*
a g_a ? season. reported for
? - _
B i igrapl ? '
1 Cai '--??''
ball ? b b **?
.... . both In the morning ? ? -
[ noon Tl
j noxx- Beventy*aai on the S?d
, Brat worb al tha lochllng dummtee betag
-.>...rlced out in BQJUQdl Of k ?nd
' middle Hr.-?
Tho -oa, bea ara eglnnlng 1 ihlft tha
men into permanent - |UB ' ' ;?"*
: ends alreadv being complete, but eOMBl
I ,-rable anxlc-ty ta being felt *.ver the laek
j of what seems to be tirst class materlal
| for the guurds and tackles.
Hardwiek. Brickley Bradlee ar.d Mahan
showed that they have been procttaBBg
Ucklng n lot during th** summer lUrd
I punta in najti.-ular bod
ind good ? oma
, ,> . ii...' ..,.-? b arrlvala lo-daj tb*
? important *? ara the twe M
? arith th- fres
? Both arolgh well toorard ?
4 i-t ? ear*s freehm ''
. , rtport.'d. as dld Merrll
. ?? . on 'ust . ?
..? d teaan
Tha ? - Increai ,n'
.
to Be 1' "he
i: tha afti rnoon -? ra ml ...-'?*
arorhed oul togetha i tbe moet Imp
being Herdwtch, bfahai
"?..
i ., ? ? ?-? beck.
Prln. eton X. J., bV ;?* ***
darvot* ??? a ireat d tai ??? i ,'00''
ball prei tlce thla afternoon to ' ? ??<?*??I
department of Um goaae, ilgnal ? ' <'om
Ing In as a ?* .n.i-'n. ef the ?* ? '
; llerrltt and Boland booted <?**?
I tha field all the aft.W bUI I I
' then, BhOWed lUOCh COB : h"
.
Chpti ii Bakei ba
I to da: artth Ihfl '
Den Kafa r, who grrlvod h
mom -
Sheffia Id, an ol.ln
? appeered om tl 4- field la bla togi "nU
; helped Bluethenthnl with the Une *
Ha arttl apedallaa wltb th?
ahould develop a Bni polr oul i
and B. Trenhman. whe havi
? arait) eaperlence.
Th. I ."?:'?? ?
, to-dai as it 4X-.4* reaterdn
.'. ututlona
MOTOR TRUCK CLUB MEETING.
Parcari del ' ''f Tn'\
t... tranopertatlon l J*
aconomkal bandllng of ??ch - i ?
be tbe aubjact for dlacuoaloo at tn
lar monthly meeting of tl ? Mo,',!
Tiu.k Cluh at I o'clock to-nlghi at ??*
i'ot.-i Cumberlond, Broadwa; and j ??
atreet The Motor Troch Club i na??
l trade organlaatlon. a'nd all who ere "*
jtereeted uri- Invlted to attend
COVERLEY CLOTHEjt
MADB BY LONDON'8 I) L S I IPORTINQ f A IL 0t ?
FlannelsforEase
U hon? "btreet Cat/Bl D'VBfN GoidtH Ilo <
V ***** Urlt tloirn tht A mh.-r S.'.t/ "
Indian Summer is Nature*! Perfect Lazv Time.
Cambridge and Oxford Flannels are Naturc's
perfect materials for the Kaseful Da>s.
Done into careless grace by the best of outdoor
tailors, thev are suitable for Country House,
Motor or Coach Party.
COVEHLEY CltOTJUESfor < vt ry e'et******
all Tempcratunig- aii 8port4 ""?? fiktnxatt4*tk\
StMJJM^lFTH 4VENUE
BETWEEN FORTY-THIRD AND FORT Y-l OUR TU STREET**

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