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Roamer Felled by a
Bolt of Lightning
flood Threc-Vcnr-Old Has
a Narrow Escape at
Empire City Track.
AL REEVES TURNS
A QUICK FLIP-FLAP
pebble \gain Proves Mis Qual?
ity b> Romping Home in
the Whirl Stakes.
m HEBBERT.
A- Roaau :, wii net of
B*
P?tr'- -year
I knocl
m- ning plough
way ? - club
?Bm>? si
?e*tfrda>.
. !? I ? at he hud
?Iff". K . ed with ? st?hle hoy. wh
m
?- liown through th<
to;f " ay Mil of ? of the
build
St:' OT boy. howevei
if?r?c
? i th've oi foui
ntf* to bring both about ai
to thf ?
Beethovei
? ? i - d wa?
? ur wu required to rest on i to ?
l toast ? ? ? Ml
car- - escape not only foi I
a- calar stab'..
addled ::i the g
? ) escape thi ra:n.
The storm broke over the track just
befe-re the horatl ?rent to the post for
thf fourth race, and ?t was fearsome
for a it? minute?. It curled and tore
It? way about like a youthful cyclop,-,
npp*i off an awning from the club
kou??, drove everybody to coy.
?sde the track a moras*. St. Swithin '
ng up to his reputation.
Roamer May Not Start To-day.
Jack Golds bo rough, who
Roa-.- r, aaa gn ly ? -? rei d v
?cc. . .-.:.d watch?
carf ...;. 'or two hour?, as he showed
?igr .
.Hf i entered -ne Empire
1cir --day. but the ehancea are a|
his z - j ?
? Pebble i ar.d Kil?
bi ; . ran one, ? ?
iBow of John W. Schorr*? Ed Crump,
thf only ather starter in the Whirl
Stake?, of $2.500. The cha?
la." -anted were though 1 to he im
?revea1 storm brol
ten o' Days run well over a sloppy
track. Ed I rump may be an exception,
hut thf probab!..- ? he cannot
:e twelve pound? to I
cer any conditions, oi to Kilkenny Hoy.
for that ma*-- I
Pebble? again stamped himself a colt
of h'gh quality, a be surpris?
ing if he does not tar: t be "ne of
the really goo ? ? olds of the
year. He has rare speed and a taking
way of running.
Turning a Form Somersault.
The Brookside Stahle'- Al R< ?
a dangerous colt to own, He ?
hut is COl
On Ja
rsn a had la-' I I
galloped ho
July
or would not raue ;.
!op. while yesterday he turned another
?
but not
? Tack.
friends
: . her-,
? g with a si
I any too ?..
of On
Leo SI
a the hani
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in a mra?ure B
l r, t h e !
im. I.' *>
headed ?
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Is But
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Punch Bon ? l i
? turn, but ? ? quickly
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t.geer ma
Star Artre?"* Rid I p.
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Btene a day or 1
way.
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after the th race
,!ed and sent Hradv sprawl?
ing ??' floppy mud. The boy ???
\.r?d.
b hi-? field,
ar.d came
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bag * pedd - ?
... till a maid?
The prog rar ? ? ? I for 1 en
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METALLURGIQUE CARS FOR HIRE
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F0RED00R PACKARDS FOR HIRE,
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WIND TOO LIGHT
FOR CANOE RACE
Challenger am) Defender
Unable to Finish Course
in Required Time.
I over Qraveaend Pay
1 o ?nil one half hours yesterday
tfternoon, I peeial cup committee
of the New York Canoe Club called off
? ?1 ? nternationa] tail
? between fa?ada and
? te
? ?rai declared no
Leo '.'? i de, of ?; e Manhattan
111 defender
, wai more than
Ralph Bi ?tton, of
' ..mop a:<r: Motor Boa*
? r e r
inoeisl ? rted, at 8
.. the wind was light and from
The course was four time?
around ? e, giving the sailors a
C m i lei The start
It the Marine and Field Club, and
v ? I beat The Amer
van a; once opened Up n considerable
lead and was ahead at every mark.
During the second round the wind
died away, and the canoes made little
It looked as though
ng to hreik from the
? I o clouds went around
fi a flat calm on the
water. The little craft continued to
go around the course, with Friede do
l rrt!or work.
?. the race was called off he had
almosl completed his fourth round. It
was decided to sail the first contest
this morning.
?
SMITH WILL GET
A RETURN FIGHT
Carpcnticr and "Gunboat" To:
Be Matched Again in
Near Future.
London. July IV. "Gunboat" Smith,
ted a* the white heavyweight
m of America, an,i Georges |
itier, the heavyweight champion i
rope, whose match at the Olym
? night came to such a dramatic
appointing tennii ation, will un- ;
doubtedly be matched to box a return ,
? \' sis months. It ?
be thai . meeting will be ar
. | in the early fall. Smith, furi
er the loss of the battle through
? ich an unfortunate reason, is eager,
? said, to box to-morrow, or next
Bi any old terms at all, or win
take all.
The Frenchman, however. will
gl ? iny such request from
ankee tighter. Carpentier has al
.. -??? a.; engagement to ap
lt the vari^'.:; music halls of
d and the Continent.
d this afternoon.
Carpentier received $15,000, while
check wa ; ' 0,000. Ruck
iey, who represented Smith, refused
to -hase hands with Corn, who was
Buckley made a few remarks to the
members of the Olympia concerning
? the fairness of the decision. He was
'curtly informed that "In this country
piven by a referee
.-eepted in a sportsmanlike man?
nt r."
Clyde Milan Badly Injured.
.1 til; 1 7. Clyde Milan, .
er of the Washington Amer?
icans, will be out of the game for at
S month, as the result of his
'?m v.i'h Moeller, when both went
in to-day's game w>th
land. Milan ?rot a double fract
' ?' 'h* right lower jaw and a ?
-boulder.
AUSTRALIA'S LAWN TENNIS TEAM, WHICH ARRIVED HERE
YESTERDAY. IN KEE"' QUEST Of TH'. COVETE" DAY!.'- CUP
INJURY DISABLES, WEAVER
?Shortstop of White Sox Dents
His Forehead.
Philadelphia, July 17. George Wea?
ver, captain and shortstop of the Chi?
cago White Sox, who was injured in
a collision with Pemmitt, the left
fielder, while going after a fly ball
at Shibe Park yesterday, will prob?
ably be out of the game several davs.
Weaver has a dent in his forehead
over his left eye as the result of
coming in contact with Pemmitt's
chin. He spent the night in the Uni?
versity of Pennsylvania Hospital as
a matter of precaution, and to-day
showed no further ill effect from the
collision. An X-ray photograph was
taken to-day to determine the nature
of the injury to the skull.
NEAR CLAY COURTS TITLE
Griffin and Fottrell Win Their
Way to Finals.
Cincinnati, July IT. After California
had eliminated all competitors in the
men's singles of the clay court cham?
pionship tennis tourney here this morn?
ing, the San Krancisco delegation, com?
posed of Clarence Griffin and Elil Fot?
trell, won their way into the finals by
defeating (laude Wn\ne and Nat
Rrowne, both of Los Angeles, in the
semi-final rounds this afternoon.
Ro*h the Sun Francisco boys had
rather easy times, and Griffin espe?
cially played good tennis. In his match
with Wayne he war. never in anv great
danger after the sixth game iri the first
set. Hi.' service was almost perfect in
the sneoed set, and with his placement
shots working to good advantage he did
not allow Wayne a game in the second
set. The Los Angeles boy braced, how?
ever. ;n th* third set and succeeded in
iBking four games.
The championship in women's singles
will rest bet wren the national cham?
pion. Miss Mary Browne, of Los Ange?
les, and hor sistrr, Mrs. R. H. Williams,
of Chicago. Roth of these won their
mashes in the semi-finals to-day.
Newark Gets Kent Back.
Memphis, Tf-nn., July IT. Maurir?
Kent, a pitcher, was released yester?
day by the Memphis .Southern Asso?
ciation, club to Newark of the Inter?
national LeaguV Krnt recently was
secured from Nrwark.
Full Summary of Racing
at the Empire City Track
JULY IT EAR FOU THRFF RACES, THEN RAINY; TRA'K KABT IVR
THREE RACES, THEN Ml I DY
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YACHTS RACE HOME
AS SQUALL RAGES
Stirring Finish Masks the
Day's Contests at Larch
mont Regatta.
NO MISHAPS TO
MAR FINAL DASH
: For First Time Big Fleet Is Sent
Around Short Triangular
Course
With hows smothered In foam and
rigging straining to the breaking point
the yachts in the Larchmont regatta
yesterday fought their way through a
terrific thunder squall to a wildly ex?
citing finish. I?angcr lurked on every
side, but theie were cool hea.:
steady hands Bl the h<?lms of the 120
yachts that made up the va?t fleet, an?!
they finished the fifth of the sei
racei without an accident. For twenty
minutes the storm raged, a?:d then it
died as suddenly as if came up, leav?
ing 'he boats idle and Still on lh<
falling sea.
Only n few took the prudent course
and lowered canvas. The great majority
kept on going under full sail, and came
tearing by the committee hont, rails
buried deep, looking ! \c phantomi
through the, rnr'aiii of fog end rain.
It was a day of
Threatening ikies and n bl
westerly \< ind greet? d thl
?- they left I harbor for the start
1 tr.g line, and just affrr the schooners
were sent o,T ? heavy shower br
oilskins o-, deck, But it Ia?tod only a
[few minute?, ?nd ivas followed by
i bright sunshine and n strengthening
breeze. Then rat^e t a iquall,
soon blew o-er, leaving part of the
>on m a dead calm. Some of -he
yachts crawled, with flapping ca? i i
to the mark; other? tired of the
mg match and withdrew,
For the fii ? time thii year ?I"" re?
gatta eommitt??- thought It advisable
to send the craft ?wire around a r-hor'
course, owing to the uncertain \s;:id
condition?.
Only three of the ?rhooners raed -
Peniore'-t Lloyd's Prinei G. W.
Srr,"'H Miladi nt'tl Edgar Palmer's Ve?
nons. The Prince-' made the fa
time over the \:i'2 miles, bul fs
save her allowance, and lost
Miladi on eorrecrd time hv It mil
'_':{ seer.
The six New York Yseht Club ' f
? . had a great te1" for honors. They
? ? ? o*. it to s pri ' . eloaely
grouped, with 'ho < arolins H li
the Grayling by a hare leng'h rind the
others fast on their he?-1 i. They kept
\te!l together to the end of the I I
ri.'r d. five ? the home n>ark
within thirl second , the Carolina still
onl ; and ' t held hei po il ion io
the finish, winning by 2 minute? from
the Grayling. The Samuri worked up
from the tail erd of the pro. .
and was plaeed thud
The thirtiei furnished the he-* race
of the regatta, twelve crossing almost
on 'lie jf n ii. The position! chanted
rapidl) and the Nep : iual managed to
beal the '>rioie by a fea leconda, the
Alera takm? third.
One of the surprises of the da-. WSS
the de fea" of the Bosl Little
Rhody II. Sl.e did no! sen I I
the rather heavy br?ese end, although
Billy Swann pul her over fir * at the
start, as ususl, the Vin nia and the
Alice soon passed her. She could do
i ,, hi ttei than third. The Alii " de
f,.;.,,? ir? \,- i by less than -.no min?
ute
1 ne winners in the oth?r classe were
the Man?, th ? Mashnee, the Joki r, I
Amada, the Margaret, th i a
Alevone, the Scaup, the Cabbage. thl
i:, dv ing, thi Robin Hood, the Gra? e
II, the I.ewaiMia, the Twinkle, the
Scylla, the Squaw, the Ilaro.t, the
ih, the Mariechen, the Cyric. the
Dodo, the Va<|U!, the Scarab ai
Faraway. ,.
While the rare? were going on \ ICC
?,|, ... Frederick C, Fletcher held
i reception on board hn siearn
the Criatina. Those who n
-.,,, -,]i Jam? Elverson, Mrs A. v.
Teele Mri Horace K. B< uchtr, Mi
< i,i.i le? Smithers. Mr?. K. ?. Griffin
and Mrs. W. K Bullard. The big yachl
nH. dressed for the occasion and pi."
,,!v decorated with plants and
great massei of Bowers.
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Timer Says Smith
Was Knocked Out
rB" T?Va-raph to Th? Trlt-ur.? 1
Leasts* July IT-* T. Mis, officiai
tim?u?eper of the flght betweea Cs?.
p?ntler and Sinllli. declared to-da) that
f?milh wa? knocked out by th? French?
man In the fourth round.
"Miiith ?a? iluwn for fourteen aer
nn.lii In th? fourth round." SBjM Mull?. "I
?a? mo?t ear?ful in taklnx ths time,
ami uft?r Ihe lull ran* 1 ciilleil to
4 orrl and ?aid. That miin in nut.' lo
m? aurpri?., ( orrl inerruled mr ?le
r,*i,.n jihI ordered that the ?onteat
ahould be reannied after the usual In
ter?al of reat at th? end of the round.
Me Insl.ted Unit S?Mb h.nl not lieen
knocked out. In ?pite of my nrnteet."
1 ?i ^3; Natoms : I M; Amantta IV,
Twinkle, : ??? II; ?
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FOG SPOILS FINE
TEST FOR YACHTS
Cup
Defence Candidates
Fail to Get a Chance
at Newport.
RESOLUTE PROVES
HER WORTH ?N WIND
Boats Sail Toward the Starting
line, but Then Committee
Calls a Halt.
-, c., ., T... tribune i
Newport, R. !.. July 17. Heeling so
? that one could almost see her weather
garboard ^trake at times, the bror?e
sloop Vanitie, carrying only her main?
sail an I Jib, gave a tine exhibition of
-per.: t afternoon on her way into
the hl er a vain attempt by
regatta committee to start the
three . 'ip defence yachti in a ?-ace.
A iplendid l>:co.-.e from the
ill morning. It va ?. just the
k nd that all hinds had been waiting
?' g was thick enough to
rut. It lit';.-: ? I o'clock lone enough
t.. encourage the regatta committee,
which wsi quarti rd Frederick
<? Bourne'i iteam yachl Alheita, to to
out ne.d 11., ;:.-,,i vPa,.V| Brenton's Light
? the srrangemei l hen g '.. give -he
iee '"roni thr-re to t^e Point
.ludith whistling buoy and back, a lis
? of fourteen mile?, to he sai'ed
? over.
It blew so hard that topsails could
? ..* he carried, so under mainsails and
" -..lute and the Vanitie to]
the Alberta out b; Port Adams
channel leading to the te?,
ite itood no ?'?.?11 to the
hie, ???> The Defiance, towed ou' by
IE A. i lark'a power yacht Zipalong, did
t ?>' sei her mainaail, Hefore they nad
i.ded nt,o mile the *'og ihut them
entirely from view, and al ?2 o'clcck
. ?? waa leclared off for the day.
V. V. V. C, announced to-day,
through the medium of its annual
cruise circular, posted at the club its
tion ni ? , pecial thirty-five mile
race provided for ihc -up
?icier;,?? ? known ai Claai H to
he sa id .1 on July 81, the day of the
squadron run. While th<
, ' the flee' are racing from
Matinicock buoy to Sm '?? iv, the
Ri ite \ initie and Defiance will race
of a eour e 'he first of
vhich ? twenty and a half mi lei to and
around a yaehl anchored off Penneld
the seer : milei across
luth to the buoy off Stratford
' Idleground Light, thence seven and
a quarter m Us '?? II rl around a yacht
off Eaton'i Point Light and from 'h?re
h in Smith town Bay
i . offered ov
en I -\ ito ? for the three
rd "n A?for
Cup da; ?ui ?'? I ting at 11 :?0.
They ? ? the folloa ing daj over
? ipecial course, while the other yachti
ere racing for the King's Cnp. Their
? "ill he et 11 a. m. on that day.
The datei of the other squadron rue?
r-re r\ugual 1, Smithtown Pay to New
. August 3, New I.on
rton to Newport, 1? miles; August i,
Newport to Vineyard Haven, 37 miles,
and August 5, Vineyard Haven to New?
port, "7 miles.
STOSH BOXES CLEVERLY
Wins Easily in Ten-Round
Bout with Adams.
Dick Stosh, of Cleveland, gave one of
tl ?? be ' exh bitions of ho\:ng seen m
c'y since Mike Hibbons firs! set
? the ems in beating Willie
Kdami al the New I'olo A. ?'. last
The Forest Cits lad showed all
that goes to make a champion. He had
?peed, a punch, aggie ?sivenesn and,
when the occasion demanded it, die
pie] ed the ring generalship of a vet
en. lie weighed IS4 pounds five
pounds less than his sdvereary.
,ii,g rounds
Stosh had his man groggy. In at leas'
rounds of the match he had a
clear lead, while Adams earned two and
one waa about even.
The natch between foe Wolcott and
the "Black Demon" a* the Olympic A.
C. lasl nigh! waa calle,I off. The State
Athletic Commission refused to allow
Wolcott to box, because he is more
than forty years old.
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Williams Wins Final
on Seabright Courts
Clothier Gets Only Th
Games as His Total
in Three Sets.
BEHR GIVES V?CTOR
DESPERATE BATT
Doubles Champions Kail
Show M'jch Brilliance ii
Reaching the Finals.
By FRED HAWTHORNE.
Seabrigh?. July 17 H. Norrii W
lams, Jd, defeated William J. Cloth
a former natl mal champion, in the I
lound yesterday afternoon on the t
curts of the Seabright l,aun Tel
and Cricket ciub, and thereby quel i
lo meet Theodore RooseveH l'ell.
holdei of rhe Arheha challenge cun,
Williams won his victory r\ a n
margin, ft?1, 6 1, ft 1, and In
doing. g.i< e the most brilliant e\h
tion of lawn tennis he has shown t
tea?on.
BS the opinion of those t
watched 'he young Harvard man's p
that he ?? right now at the top of
Game and re.i !>? to face the challeng
nation': ^>' players in the Davis t
match ti on Angus' 1 3, 1 I and l?
Against such peerless, faultless pi
ing Clothier cou1,i do nothing, and
seemed to lose heart, early in the str
gle. apparently realizing he was fac?
his master.
Williams's ground strokes were w.
ders of precision, h's judgment m
without a flaw and he anticipated I
spot where Clothier was going to r
the ball with an unerring instinct.
It is practically certain that t
Achelis Cun will acknowledge anotr
holder on Sunday, when the challen
round is to be played.
Mcl.oughlin and Rundy, holden
the national title in the doubles, ma
! their firs' appearance on the courts
t^e morning, when they defeated To
chard and Washburn, kastern doubl
champions, in their round at ti 4, 7
Champions Reach Final.
In 'he afternoon they faced Gcor?
M. Church and Dean Mathey, the rv
ropolitan champion*, and earned a vi
tory by a score of r? 3, ii -1, thus e
tering into the final round.
In ?pite of their double victory, tl
ohowing of the national champioi
us' rather disappointing. The tea
work of the pair was as smooth ai
machine-like as usual, but th.rir execi
tion of strokes was often at fault, ar
they failed to create n feeling of col
f'denee ?hen it wa? remembered thi
the international matches are less tha
a mon'li distant.
McLoughlin and his partner wi
meet Theodore Roosevelt Pell r.nd Ka'
il Hehr, the Middle State- champion
in the final round this afternoon at
o'clock. The latter pair Rained thei
br?(?-e' at the expense of Wallace 1
Johnaon and Hugh Tallan?, ?Imm the
defeated at 0 3, I ?'',
T!-e fact that the sensational, red
he.-.ded, good-natured Mcl.oughlin wa
to make h;. first apnearanee in th
K"-t thii iraaon drew lovers of lawi
tennis as a magnet attracts particle
of rteel.
V once the Harvard boy gave evi
denre (,f what was to Come. His swe >p
:ng drives from the backhand four..
the limits o<" Clothier's court for per
feet aces. Did the latter attempt ti
block these off a' the net. W
only edged them closer to the lid) I
the court.
So completely did the Harvard met
hold Clothier at his mercy, ?hat thi
former national champion rajcly a'
tempted to make return of those ren-f
wrecking hot-- that continual!) eul
the Mnes and the eorners slwaj oui
. ? hin reach. A single game [n each
? waa the h"?t th? 'all Clothier could
accomplish before Williams scored the
match point on another perfect ?hot
for placement.
Immediately fo'lowing thi? match,
McLoughlin and Pundv took the court
against Church and Mathey in the up?
per half of the lemi-finala. As in * s
morni'.rr, it wai Bundy'i mckribhed
- thai hrough' victory. Church
and his partner -bowed signi of stage
fright at the magnitude of the task
that had been se! tbem and placed be
their usual form. Bundy's service
was more of a puzzle than McLough
lin's: it twisted, swayed and spun in
?ts course through the air and it
bounded high and erratically. Neither
Church or gfatht* could fathom it's
eccentricities and thereby loit many
point.;.
Mci.oughlln Not at Zenith.
Occasionally Mcl.nughlin was his in?
imitable, irresistible self, placing,
smashing, driving with incomparable
skill, and at such times he dominated
the court On the whole, however, the
national champion seemed to be suffer?
ing from lack of practice It is believed
that two or three weeks will put him on
edge for h's best efforts.
In the morning it was Rehr who
proved the sensation and almost csused
an unprecedented upset by his splendid
uphill battle sgsinst Williams. The
Harvard man and the Middle States
champion had been compelled to post?
pone their semi-tinsl match in the sin
gler yesterday, when each had taken a
sel mu? the score trat I gaine.i to 1 in
Willians's favor in the final session.
It looked hopeless for Rehr when he
fsced Williams this morning to com?
plete the struggle. Probably not ten
i>. rsoaa in the crowd believed Williams
would experience any difficulty in run?
ning out that last game, the set and the
match.
But they had not taken inte account
the heights to which Behrcan rise when
faced by stern necessity. The Middle
States champion immediately began a
brilliant, irresistible attack, against
which William?, line a player as he is,
was utterly unable to compete. Need?
ing hut a single game againrt the live
I thai ipponenl required, the
. rank ig player in this country
?vas unequal t.. the'task until Behr had
evened the games ?core at ? -all.
In the eleventh game, with both men
fighting in a supreme effort, Williams
broke through Behr's service after the
latter had made two costly errors by
sending the ball out by inches.
Leading again at 6?3, Williams be?
gan the service that was to end in vie- ,
tory for him. Neither man would yield
an inch, and six times the game went
to deuce before Behr gained "advant?
age "
Behr needed only a single point to
bring him even again with his rival,
hut Williams rallied at length and
scored an ace on a beautiful shot to the
far corner of the court. Speeding un
hil attack, Williams scored the last
two points and gained the match.
CI) 'hier qualified for the final round
by putting ou? (iustave F, Touchard in
the semi-Anal at R I, | I. In the
! firsl set the battle was an even one,
? but in the last Touchard was out
' played, apparently taring himself for
the doubles engagement against Mc
, Loughlin and Handy later in the day.
The summaries and point score of tho
Williams-Clothier match follow:
l>, ,'\t SCORE.
KIR^T PET.
Pts Of.
Williams ..444442 4?2?. ?
Clothier... 1 : ? 2 1 4 2?12 1
SECOND set
12 4 4 4 1 a?2* a
filer. 1 4 L' 1 o 3 8?14 I
THIRD ?ET
Williams 2*1 144 S?86 ?
1 4 .". - 1 2 ft?24 1
, r SO points. 1?. game?.
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OUIMET SHINES ON LINKS
Win3 His Way to Finals in
Massachusetts.
Bosto-i, July IT. Francis Ouime',
: ational opTi g"lf champion, '.son his
way to-day to tho final round of the
state amateur golf championship which
he il defending. In an afteruM i
match with P. w. Whitteraore, of >h* /
Country Club, who, in the mornmii
play, had made a nev rc.-ord for ths
out holei of V'i*p Burn course of If,
? luimet e on by '?'? up.
Ouimet, in defeating G. H. Pushee, of
Brie Rum. in the third round, was
ground the eourse In 78, winning by \
score of ."> up and 3 to play, whil?
Whitteraore in eliminating P. Schone! 1,
of Albemarle, 4 up and I to play, had
a 74.
Australasians Arrive
to Seek Davis Cup
Brooke? and Wilding Sai
Their Team Is in Fine
Form for Lawn
Tennis Test.
The Australasian tennis team ?1
challengers for the Davis Cup readier
ev? York yesterday aboard the Aqui
tenia. Norman E. Brookes, captain ol
the team, and his wife; Anthony F
W ilding, A. W. l'union and Mrs Dun
lop and S. N. Poust composed the party,
\"i \xore bmad neckties of the I
'ral.asian colors green, gold, white and
black.
Brookes said the team would leave
as soon as posaibie for Chicago, where
they are to meet the Canadian! in piny
on July 'J3, J4 and 25. I'nless there
was some reason for a change in his
plan1, he said he and Wilding would
compete m the singles and doubles.
He added that he did not expect to he
bothered by the change in climate. In
fact, the humid atmosphere whien
greeted the players at New York to?
day *H' much like Sydney weather, he
said; while in the all-Kngland match
at Wimbledon this year they had
played with the thermpmetor at *s de?
grees.
He said all of the men weie playing
in top form, and li" waa surprised ?hen
R. D. Wrenn, president of the National
I,awn Tennii Aaaociation, told him of
the heat prostrations during the tourna
menl at Seabright yesterday,
"It'a all because your mencBuy with
Oul hats," was the comment.
Brookes was mcdest as to the chances
of his team, but he .said it was com?
posed of the four he-it men that Aus
tralia would be ahie to mu ter '"or se\ - I
eral vean The thing that disappoint?
ed him was the feel thai the engage
ment with the Germans at Pittsburgh
would : playing with Wilding
?n the united States Western double?.
championship. ^_
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