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of Grass Court Tourneys Beginning at Longwood To ?morTOW Tennis Events Lead Up to National. IW- .! rjUEfl 1 IINKM.K. Everj ehe I '-a"1 hnve a weak fc, hut .-'.. . ri does not ; the cbarn of big , court leni BaentS lead? ing right up t>> the BOtlonol champion . August I - ring aaya. v* which v \4, the : events, the OSiee which the ranking cotnmit'a-e of the V. S. N. I.. T. A. con sulcr niorat *erlously. come in all tlieir Mrioosnees. Kach player ' on d: we"!l soob Annually Long y Ihe Mau rice ?. McLoughlin comes Kast in time for the event, i ii Ira of Me tngelee, just sausl hnve i ti enstos I r thl* year nntil ioma weeki hence. The ? BB the new Creocenl Ati to tak- the Ne** Vork State chatr.pions- ild Sl i'tica. 1 he ennna fltnrt? t 7, the IS tion th*.' follow ? .4 - ton th.- ne\t veek end the nol *' Aiter thnt sosse of bj i tfl settle I Just hov I und just how a-omi || thfl Jap? Those two questions sl are mud.- of, fir thej I time hnd hk Ku? magae. the Jap, ia nol hka-ly te play. bo we. '? dirt, and from now on he will be meeting more fre quer.t :.r I ' ?n. The epinion -aho aaw ence J. . ! ? ere at l't:ca that littlfl left- . hander come on hard dirt courts. becaose of the i treme: ball. Gri take away mucli ef tl.i < '' most of oai larly * consida-r m rst, ar,- rrfl ia that the already r "lchy", came to be as rc-ad ni a, with thej , jn he encountered in 1 Japan. As for Davis. he had bad a ereat vear * ' leorge M. Church in thl ? Roek 8-a-bv Ii tal last week. This was the Ce ?' ***** aeason. I'i. ? to go ao well their weighl ? ' swatted so fa-L r :rt: . r. 1'avis ifl rhe low bour.ces from : ten Tales of a 1 _By GRANTL "I have ?een * ll ?sld Jerry r thfl iron spproach to the green ia the most nnporunt shot mnch. All fine pla ? bnt in mj ia.M tl ? s control of the ah putting an. ? 4 "I'll tell you why I flgUTfl itv to : ?? Chip shot nWSJ inai.y ? ? ? .- ( and the - good putter ar.d. I chip he can a . fl-fl-t his ant rosi I I ? can atill gei ; ,,ie time. Hut if he li pnt play the short ehip, 1 the" tee v. th the I ' ?a* he can't efford to nal 'hat he n: : I ? And tl isn't c game. I have won chsmpioi shipfl when I 4mi? . at <iar en City '? **** ? I ] havr . an imporr ment in mj B 1 w"s putting badly. Thr DflNsbk Effect "Good putting workfl in this fash? ion," eont '''? *nd ? amateur cl after his old one of ? my drives OH thi ' ?"?'>' oppr.r.-- t gOt ! . tima I hnd I cn ln ? three. But ench time I either deacj 01 would | n he li nal 1 y fonnd hii t putt to r I a half. Tl fare than thia a went ? und 'i . to the a ? ?' ynu hai " < n ?"?"?"? then when poui holes a good one to bav< ? ?-. thc ?v well b. ? outdt ran bothei him to him, even if he is playing thc reat ol thc gami I'uttin*- as a Totii. *'If a golft ttfl his ? a bran-. i man may i ? 4- ? iii putt for 1 ( hud ' . I up at "What is the one ? putting?" Wfl a-ake.l. ' . "lt ia nn CREAM OF TROTTERS FOR DETROIT RACES Detroit, Julj '-"-'- Two hundred Md ?. including the < ? tretting -a. ?h ick eompi *m the ' ?? i ? ? - that will i>.. and last throagl ? ,f |1( f the 11 v ? ride thfl Hoard (,f i ?? Thie M and M. has ati Ihe aame red in the li ahip eircuil number of horses I>r Wiliiam Rosenbaum. Bational ? loul .< champion. ll un oPtimiat et Ur a a.irts At Rockaway "K??n" mi.! Iill parinrr had heen overwhclir.eil t.\ Tbaadara BooaevoH Pell und Lyle Evana V:.'kh mi the firat set. nnd were trailing 1 I in the aeeond. with mat ;er.s looking desperate. Mahan served th? nexl KMM, aml vvon the lirst thrre On the next the gigantic Co lumbian doublo-faaltod. "I,.:'s ata] right with it," ashortad Dr. Roaaaaaaas. M?Vva g?t him ?or iieil." Peck Griffin is not himaelf thia aaa* -on, for while playing he no longer ?he famous cap cocked on one n hia iniinitahle style. ,|r reminda oa af a Btory lllaa | how loma tennis players mis pronounee French. Grifla wa* kalag aboul the cap in a restaurnnt, aftei a match. "How do T"U go armed. Peck?" la* qaircd aoiaa ?ne. preparing for some M-rt of -rittieiem. B pie,** called a wit loudly. The hovoriag waiter, hearing the irOBght tha speaker ? ]*:ece of ap ple pie. Creat is the (lecident. and rreater in abit of t'iving nickname?. No r had Ichva Kaaaagaa and Ha ro Mikatnl reoched I'tica for th* K'rw York State championship*. when reh-joker Frad C. Papgs, of the Sida Tanaii Club, christened the rnera "Ichy" and "Hashy." The . tuck. Predictionn are already beinp frcply among taaaii followers on the outcome of the national rhampionships, ? \ we?ka away. Old Colonel Consen Baa makea Rlehard Norria Williams, _d, Ihe fatorite. despite the f_ct thut Bill] Johnaton will defend his laurcls and Mauria McLoaghlin and R. Lindley Murray are anra to play. lt ha* been recogntaad for years that Williaaaa ha* ? illj ihe 1 eRt game in this coun | the world, and the opinion pre that the Philadelphian arill show ? thia year. Brd Heekman. the Princeton star. Ihe Harvard captain never played BO surely and with such ease and re | i.'-.m r as |n the Princeton-Har vnrd match at Cambndge this apring. - BOt thouffht that Johnaton will reaeh the heights expected of Williams, nnd reports from the visiting Cali na on the beloved MeLoughlin's tion nre discouraging. Lion* d Mae, however, is determined to come, an.i to prevail. If downnght .-<? nnd ahael ner\e ran overcome opposition( then Mae, the Matty in thia re = pfct of 'hr courts, is due for a red as well as a red-headed year. There are a few who more or less secrctlv favor the chai.ces of Murray tha Meteor. and Georfre M. Church. w:th his developed and reconatrucfd pame, ia mentioned by some. One of the Murrav fans is Francis T. Hunter, who oppos'ed the Palo Alto phenom at ?:. Hunter aays he does not see how nny one, anywhere. could he bet? ter. (in that basis we pick I>eonard Beekman, who defeated us at Rock trray after he had not played for a month, had underpone an operation. and asked us if our feelings would be hurt if his physical condition eompelled him to defau'lt in the middle of the ir.atch. Vayside Tee AND RICE_ dence. The good putter has to make himself believe that he can putt; for once this cmitidenee is established it ln my own case I notice that when I lay off for any con ible period my putting is the last rr -,. I may be drivir.fr ..r playing my irons badly, hut 1 narer hnve to bother much about the gatna around the greens. "Where mo't golfers make their mis take h?-re ia in worr**ing too much. If miss a putt or two they Rhould | itten they begin to fret and to get upset. Nothing will wreek putting any quicker. The only way is to keep ng for the back of the cup in the hat if this one doesn't drop the ? .\- one will. Put'.ng more than any Othar stroke requires a concentration ?roken by fear or worry or upset nerves." Chick Evans Changed. OaaiBg the matter of confdence tting, V.'ilfred Reid, the line Eag* profeaaional, who is a close stu dei '? of the game, believes that Chick b1 laat has cured his one and only weaki i "Vvans," said Reid, "waa not only -j well a' Minikahda, but he was g arith great confidence. He was ? uttlng in the orthociox way, witn old faulta eliminated. He told me that B 1 l".i*n putting far better thia ipring than ever before, apd as he mado il thia rart ?f th** Rame in t*1* ! bolieva h?* will putt fully as well in the amateur at Merion. If he does I don't see how any one is to beat him. : proved puttinf; and the con haa oa tt..' ereens have | up his f-ntire game. ln my ti Minikahda ia eeitninlv no more than ? atroka eaaiar than Baltusroi. Yet Evana won arith 10 strokes less than the ehampionahip called for last Putting Featuren. U . put th?" question to several pros. bs to thf baal p*'***'*' in the game. All d thal Walter 3. Travia was thf* putter golf has known in the la ' decade at least, with Travers and Ouimet doaa ap, Bal foi ev.ryday work they .ill g?ve ??.?ran the call. Among the pros. Bgreed thnt Alex Smith nnd .lohn ,!. McDermott, wh.*n playing arall a few BgO, were *_W0 of tha best. And two have w?n four open cham "Gil Nicholla," remarked one of th*. . tlifla ditfcrent. Goo I putting won't help the rest of hia Bul if Gil il plByinK w<*n UP t0 . riens he is one of the Iinest put tera in tha iand. nrobat.lv the best, - But if he is playing^badly hi-. Purtnei proof ?s to the value m the Bgsinat the fine second shot ia n tha case of Evana. (. ertainly ... bi la kmt rlea haa played con ? ? . .? second shot to the ? trith mid iron or maanie. iBn't until Chick got to putting well that he von an open champion _ FAMOUS SOCCER BACK KILLED IN BATTLE lOB, .luly ti, Evelyn 11. Lintott, the faaaoaa Knglish International and Bradford City soccer player has been killed ir. av-tion while galiantly leading ? ttalioa uttack in the recent ficht | ing in North?m Prancr. Lintott was ?" |ha Rra. aoccer players to join n. u private ir. the L.fils "l'als" Battalloa, which 3vas attached ll Yorkshire Reiriment. He d England ia the Igtoraa* il . - ..? left halfback against ? ind, Ir**land and Wnles ir, ItMi : tha Amateur International* a,._.inst Ireland. Holland, France. Bel I inum and tiermany in 19O7-'O8-'0?. Speedy Yankee Soccer Team to Play in Norway Special Aggregation Sails on Wednesday for Five Contests on European f ields. Sailing on the Frederik VIII, of the Scandir.avian-American Line, Wednes? day, the American soccer team selected by th* United States Football Associa? tion will underUke the first soccer in Vuslon of Europe. It will engage in five international matche?, arranged in Norway and .Sweden by thc Stockholm Gymnaatic and Sporting Association, from August 16 to August 2S. Immediately upon arrival at Chris tiania the Americans will repair to ' Stockholm, where three of the flVfl matches in the oificial schedule will b* contested, including one game against an all-Swedish team. Sweden will get j a fourth match, to be played at Cothen burg, while Norway must bo content with only one game, to be played at Chrietleaia. I Much will depend upon the showing made in these five mntrhc-. whe'her the Americans will be invited to play one ! or mor** games in Holland, where soc? cer is on a stronjr basis aad ranks very cIofc tr, Denmark, which is second only to Knpland, the home of association football. Havinjr been provided with an exper' trainer in the person of Harry A. Dav enpert, of Newark, the America:.' be ,i. th,' ba-st pessiblfl trii I justice bv tne Stars and Sti their r.rrival in the Land of thc Mid nij-ht Sun. The Crown Prince of Sweden, who is much interesta-d in roccer football, has promised to attend one of the many banquet* to be ten der ed to the tourina team. Thomas W. C-ahill, secretary Of the I'nited States Football Association, will have entire charjre of the Amen- . can party whiie away from home. Apoended are the dates of the official schedule, together with the revised list of the American players and reserves: Autu.t 11 ta. All-Sl.x-armlra. at BUttmnXm 4 4 .- II .- 4 a. ....-,-- . A ifual a ?-. iJI-H-*.*-"-*! ?'. Hl ? Aufru-.*. .'. ii A ..-r:-..'-,-i al '.-' v-i.'-iff A.ifu.i '74. n a;. Chriatlaala al I Wanli TIIK AMI'.KH 'AM 1 1AM a,.. raa TtaUt r- i;v ? > I ? '??? Jam-. H ii.-i.-ii-.-i.. ti*M bac* toneert I C, *?. II BpaTtdlfat. la-fl bara. MMlafl A A. PMlB ' .. M-irra-. r*.|iit balf. PltBlllW I ' Xte'.i .rh'-; i Sti O, i-Ta-a*. rrntr* half, IWI.Irlirm P. i . h- i.-m . A.'-m Hlalwy. lefl '?*!'. I'Miram l.l ' a *. Korl. cutalde rlftit. Irrtrj A. ('. l'1-.r, i- PaeTO*. l*i?ld* rltlit. Fai! Rlrrr Rorrra. iv 1 llrnilnalcy. r?r!r* lorwar.l. I Au rrl ma N?*ar*a ? _ ? _ I M,- i: ,., i,r; .am. Ir.4l.l- Mt Innla Jra.la F. | aj . liarr* Veopu otftaida left, Or**.tln*nt*J *?" C, Sea y- rl Rianvn narwica J. BasHh, aei paafltlan, Babaacfl * ? Wi:.-! r C . Ita4.oi-.iir Wall*- l. Ki-i Waactaeara* f <'. PfcUadal ' phla ?? , i' ? . ' . :?? ? ' I ENGINEERS TO HOLD CELTIC PARK MEET I'nder sanction of the Amateur Ath ' letic I'nion the BOVOntOOnth annual gnmOfl of I.ocal 20, International I'nion of EnglneeTS, sehedul-d for s iJuly 30, at Celtic Park. will greatly . aid in enlivemnjr the midsummer ath? letie season, as the schedqled list of ' events open to all registera*.! amateurs nppi-ars lika-ly to attract '1 . b, lt of , -.he track and tield men pf thl Kast. Peatraeisas; anii eyeliu evente, the latta-r undir the rulea of ti.,- N C. A.. will make up the pregramma ? Bupplemented bv a matcln for thi Gao llc football championshtp. Th? prizes for the various events are stated to be the best to be awared for ni. athletie teriCfl thi* year. The events indude 100 vard. haifniile an.l two-mile runs. mil for novices; 2J0y.ir,i and \,*<^ yard handicaps and a three-mili* scratch bicvele raci a Young- Reilly to Try Again. Young Keilly wiil star*. an*w at the Pioneer Sporting Cluh, in Weel "forty. fourth Street, ne\t Wedaeedaf night. He arill endaaver to remain the pn - .- . it when he was knocked out by Ray River* at the same cluh last week. lt will be Rivera who will atford Reilly the chance to get back in the good j-races of hia West Side followers. JHE PORT LlGHT Granuand Rice When Summer Days Were Long. "/..'.. nothing but kit violin?l'd nothing but my song? Yrt we nrre wed whrn skin wrrr blue and rummrr days were, long"? ln Ltfe's Loti Garden.- through the yrars The Drtomter still serks vcnished way* That lead through heartarhr and through fears Into thr drift of Ye*terda**a; To Yeater&BtJt whrn drrama came true And two, apart from all thr throng, ,./><*. once again when .-kirs are blue And summer day* are long. Onrr mare he wnlks the ohl-'ime lanes, And in the dream that follows thrre Put.i "blood of rose* in hrr rrins," Spins ylh-nr tunwkttte for her tair* ll hils grnuiug ahodoun blur thr 'iew He hears onre more on oUtintO song? He 0tt_y knows that Skies arr hhie And summer doys are long. Onre mort he drift* out from the fght, And leaves hia placa omtd tl"' game; the imrtile htvta of night Hr turn* hi* burdenrd bar!: oa fame; hi pain thr future ttttgs Ua due. Of glory with the bra> ? and ''ing; He otdy carcs that skies are blue A nd summer </n_/-t ora long. ln Life's dbn Gorden, onr bu one, Wr -.-.,>'. ay".; some vanished dny; That eoUs u.?. when our Youth ia done, Aerota the Firlds of Far Away; Through gray lost years whrn dream* rame true And eorh one foUoVfttd aotAi old song; When Life but kneu- that ./?;, ? ?rr* blue And summer day* were long. Matty and New York. The protest that rer'a;" iva made about Mat'y leaving New York ia not to be taken in ar.y serious way. The faetl are merely these: For sixteen years the big piteher gave hia baal to Naw \ tk ar.d tha game. Bafora he saw the end of '.he road hl told u5 oa BOVOral oeca.->:or.*t that ha bad no deaira Bad :i" intention to merely hang on and draw hia bay, Brieflj*, he had no inciination to be a famous rehe or Bfl ornamer.t. With his pitching day over, it is only natural that he should look i*or a chance t.. tackle the only (-art of the game left the managarial branch. He wanted to go to Cincinaat .:-. thi ind ha h.-tal done quite enough for the New York cluh for thoaa in charge to stand as;de and grant fa Into the West \T here the Dope Goes Down. When Now . irk, Boal . and Waahiagton move waatward thi- week *hey are due fot oaa of the warmfst receptions of the ; Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit have about decided that if the Eaat is to be checked and rolled back the hour is Wellaigh ripe for the checking process to get under way. The Western club that doesn't mar,e a good showing at home on this atand wil! be about out of it. The Yanks leave crippled, ""but with their remaining heads still up. The Red Sox are the peopie most fearcd, for unless they are collared and halted in the next three weeks they will not be any harder to overtake later than a scared coyote. A Record Addition. Arthur Shafer, the ex-Giant third baseman, who quit the frame two years ago, ia a record addition to golf. Shafer never played any golf before 1914. We took him out one day for his first test, and then he was about as promising a beginner aa any one ever saw. Since then he has quit baseball eompletely for the ScottUh frenzy. And in two years he has made more prograaa than any golfer \ae ncr heard about Shafer to-day plays with an easy, natural .ty!**, as if he had been at the g-ame for years. He handles a wooden club nicely and plays his irons arith firmness. The proof is that he is now scoring with fair itaadiaeaa from li \ie had a good, healthy wallop in baaaball. and he now gata fine distance from the tee. With two or three years' experience he should be up umonfj the leaders if his game continues to improve as it should. Oldti imer.8 Speak. Said Wagner tr. Matty, "Goodbj*, old top, I'm sorry to see you're throuirh; But I may decide to quit myself Around 1932." Fraddie Welsh d.-nies thnt he is looking for any easy matehta. And Col. Andy Caraegia has always aaid h<? ab horred the idea of being rich. McGraw's Last Flag Stand. The Gianta, bolstered by Buek Herzog and Slim Sallee, come back to the Polo Grour.ds on Tuesday. This home stay can be considered as 'he last pennant atand of Itlt. The club has come near klddlBg itaelf out of a flag hy a foolish idea that it couldn't wir. a*. home. The Yan-.s. with a crippled squad, proved Wl 81 *h that the lights and Bbadowa on the field were no handicap. lf tha G'ant* are te tnlsh lirat tl tarted with a rush now and el. i "?'? in raaioa. Ualeai they do thej ? artaki Ftobtna, bi ai.d Bravea, who are nis'. barricaded or. homa soil for a bealthj atag. John .1. MeGraw rai ? if tha leadera are ta be avartaken hia mer muat ira al a aa t paea to tha linish. One of even two of the leadera n bj alip, but it ia eloaa to a eertaintjr that all 'hree are r.ot g-'inr* to break. Connie Mack'l cluh ma. not be overlj* p< pular at home, but it is on- of the mos* f - in the game for at least seven well known Aiii-*r.can c.tios. "Good golf." says a eril ' ?'?'? 1 matter of |Ood putting" BBt we have been in OBa 08 two traps where it \, vs i teehaieal aadartakiag to hai..; . tai .vith any marked BBCeeBB. WOLGAST TRAINING HIS RACE HORSES Ad v>'<-'.-.. too hot ti traii and fight, so he has eaneelled ti.'h bouts he ha - 'his month at Salt I.ake (ity and Colorado Spriags, and won'l taefcli anybody before I.abor Day, when he figl ti at Idaho Falls, Idaho, opponent i Ail ifl busy th.-so dia .- Her? bert Teachout horses, *, and Shamrock Bclle, u young un: trottor. Ad expects his horses to win a number of racrs during tire summer ar.d fii Fuhi kd't eolored trainei ..'?.:*. training -*. . . *.'- staoie. OFFERS $15,000 PURSE FOR KILBANE BATTLE t edar Peiat, Ohio, July :_' " ?? H * kle hai offofi I $11 ?r ? ;:fteen ? ? . ? :: to John: ? ney. The purse is to be split any way the Aghti rfl <la cide. Labor Day is the date set for the battle. TROPHIES DISTRIBUTED TO SOCCER PLAYERS Cune aa I tat lala were ?lis*r.v.i;"eii te the flueeeeeful teema ar.d player* dur ing the last season and officers were elected at th* annual meeting of the *. rl tate Football League at ay Central. Thl m.-is I'np;nal! WBt roileeted prrsi dent ar.d delegStfl to the Southern N'<-w tn. W. r .. 811 Fifty-Afth .Street. Brooklyn. ?a,,. **eileet4*d secretary and treasurer, bert MacCulloch was elected vrcc-prosident. The cu*is went to the Hrooklyn Celtici ? ?inners in the Rrst divl ?o the 1*1 in the second divi ? i is re- ; ni-laU. Bilver medale wer* i rn* I ;sr. MacPonalds and Greenpointi h. runners-up in the first *nd secorr.i divisions, re^r ecively. Pierce to Box Yoang Saylor. Harry Fierco, the rugged Hrooklyn ? rght, who sent Young Bayloi - thl m.nor league of boxOTS, will nreet Young Otto rn a ten-round bout at the Harlem Sporting Club, of Ham- , mels, on Tuesday night. ANOTHER GOLF TROPHY FOR J. P. GUILFORD Wollaeton, Mass., July '_'J Jeassj P. Guilfoid, of the Woodland Club, for? mer N>w Hnmpahire golf rhampron, to? day added the Mssssehusetti t.tle to hrs trophy collection ,? ng 8. Trafford Hieks, of Winchester, the for rtii't II 4i-.,i.- up ar.d 9 to go, .ir ti..- -.tra! round of I rtj hole* At ?'? .* end ?'f the fti I i h >lei ? ? I had a arting ?r round, 1 i of the first ?.r - . . i ... sistfa be ? .. ? ii..:*. the bole he won in 1 play. -a Carpet Trade Golf Tourney. The nmth annual tourr.ami'tu of the. '"arpet Tra-!.- Golf A ril be' held at the Hackensack (lolf Cluh,' Hackensack, \. J., on Thursday and; The morning of l lay will be. levotc te ? .- competition,, "lay I nthe round ' **h( ? ?:' euch ' diviaion w as well as the dn rinal* The linal- of sach division w-ill be contested Fnday afternoo* rORRlS WILLIAMS. _ Plans for Big Tennis Tourney at Forest Hills Challenge Round In National Doubles Will Be Held on August 28. Announcements are out for the na? tional tennis championships of the United States, to be held on the grass courts of the West Side Tennis Club, Forest Hills, Monday, August 28, and following days. The challenge round of the doubles championship will be held August 28, the team winning the preliminary national doubles, which will be played at the Onwentsia Club, Chicago, August 15. being called upon to face William M. Johnston and Clar ence J. (Irifrin, of San Pmaeiseo, prea? ent title holden. A departure in the method of enter ing the tournament will be made this year. F.ntri-s, for which the fee is $.', must be sent to Paul B. Williams, the tirst rteld secretary of the United S'afcs National Lawn Tennis Association, 20 Hroad Street. not later than August IH. In accordanca with a resolution cf the tyteeutivo committee, entriea will be ra eeived only through the secretary of the club to which the player beionga, instead of from thc player himself. Thrs restriction is designed to keep ii- trn the number of er.tranti to a work able size and to keep the less expert performers away. The winners of the ten sectionn.1 junior sin^les championships aml of the ten sectional boys' championship* will I'lay for their nationa. titles at the West Side Club AugUSt '* and follow? ing dr.>4. All championship matches will be boat three of Ive sets. George Townsei >i Adee. president of thi- nn tional nssociation, will act as referee of the tournament. The champ:o:i-h:p tournament committee includes Mr. Adee, Edwia Fuller Torrey and 0. Frederiek Watson, jr. Season tiekets for the matches will be sold in advance. The price l| $"> a ticket. Members of clubs belonging to the association wi!'. receive pn-ference ln the allotment of seats. Applicat for all season tiekets must be made not later than August 14 to Harry Parker, t.-oaaurer, West Side Teni rs Club committee, 5 East Forty-second Street. Famous Dogs in Hudson Cou nty \s Hig Kennel Show F'rominent New Yorkers Make I-ntries for Initial Annual Exhibition. Many of the aristocrats of the canina world Will greet the judg*, at the i i annual do?' show of the Hudaon County Ker.nel Club on IFednesday, ? :? tt, 1916, hi Union Hill. N. J. As I ? ; BCC ifl riear to N'ew Yc-t rf. a": I t . reach, pany eut-of-tewn entriet have b??? n rnnde. Over 60(i 4.0^.4 ??:.; he e ii.il;> benched, a remarkable entry foi tiis sea*a-n of the yi*nr Jitney 'buses will run from all fer riei diroet ro the park tor the e >n eenienco of exhibttora ?nd gueete Among the most prominent exh.h: tors from New \orrf are Mrs. Roy A. Raiuey, Jacob Ruppor**, John ('?. Hates, Mrs F. liurke-itoche, KH Carl Ehlcr mann, Mrs. George Khn-t, jr K. K. Lincoln, I.a.uis Lee Hargin, of Lexington, Kentucky; Mr* M t Hsrby, Mrs. Leo F F. W iii*.,-.cr. Ramilton IVebeter, Wlllard I>. Straight, Fl 0. LlOy i and ]'.. (i. Wor.s Fnaaaua among tb.? indiVidunl do,-* ifl Ihe Bolgian shcepdo-- Mouche, whleh holdra nil the recorala of H.-l I :-i for poliCfl work :n the cnmiiui! world. He il now the property of the Bnglewaod police department ar.d will be roaaagod at the show by '??. Car Wybllle, who i? well known as a tr..iner of polico do--s. Billiardist Exempt. Melbourne Ininan, the Engliah bill .ard ehampion. who toured thc United Statea .ind Canada last year, was called 'o the co'ors under the new contcrip tion aet, bu) obtained exemption from 44 nre -. Im.-.rt'a rep-,*-. | ? ? .- th. I put np a 7".ro:-^- plea, calling "ii to thc fact that th.* cham pion had done an.i was doinej valuablt service to the country both at horrn and abroad in aid of the Red Crosa and other societiea. star swiranoj '.VILL COMPETE AT ALLENHURST Vollmer, Wheatiey, Cann and Zimnoch Will Clash at 8S0 Yards. ..et-Withatand -.. *h? Tr,**fi#rfu| ,^. ' '? ?> '?"' *r. if fja. ?"'?*? V' rk Athli Clab, I, ah_t.? 'n*. wo* . t? r.Mr,i laat Tuesday. tha raea for Um <i"o.Tlri tan '.nih.a.. 'nturdav Bt Allei irat I , pr<.aIM| lo furnish ker-n - j^^ >, T? ddy leba Zit*. oeb, a' leaat, n -- #.,, i r.o.i(.'h to rr... - ,?,_| (if their tea ' '?'? heatler -, "cent Mr ?or-iiicM in '? ee I arii] ta__ __,. ord tiaaa ta baal Miss Clail ?' ?(!? \ttal ' r L?a__t. tet %r,tr'. raiag titlea ai nteads ta _.? ior all the oul u .pieaibia, for women I visit ___. fai lha evtoti ... . ??;. d " Morman [_B?-b . of St Louia . aa-. tha *.??..?_:, '? aetera leviaa club laat wi ? ? - rtad him ta covr*r the course ln reeord time ?n<J overcom^ all allowai * conc.... t. hi? rivale. Iaat4 ad, lie f?..*. ? . ., the perforrr > I - by Chaur.c.y Heath a i aga an. a.. aden at the *in:*h. _n ],.s. h'' eai I i i Um ten-mili title race : * natieaaf erawa at *-h tely te bt worn bf one else after the appr_a*kir.< contest. Sharks are play.r.r have* with ?_____ iporta Ib thia diatrict '?'? rt o. *.*.* eonteatanta hava abandoned B*a*___ai ? n the open aad ari doing all Ukati traimr.g IB por foi __eotl i'. the beaehea ara be:n_: abar.done 1 i-: aeveral af thi '**?'?? which wera '.. 8 I ' rwai i ta witl ? ticipation. ' ? ' 't* proposed attempt ta nuaf tha ratan t. er the BatteT**F-Ba__d*. Hoo'i course, will no tonner ??.*?? p.ar.. T_? summer activl ehieflj to competition in laiel** in.lo... baths. _ The Rge Beach Club wi'.'. colperiti with the National Women's Li.eea-dr.f Leagaa iB holdiag the Natiorta! A. A. U one-mile title swim for fa.r natatori. and it will he run off at I've. N. Y early in September. The date wi'.l not be derimtoly settled untii rhe orrantia tions having likely. aatraati hav? bns henrd from. _ VTaekly "rarianaiag meeta, altentttal. for men and women, are tn be ????_?: bereafter on Thursdavi ia the biz aeoi ,1*. Bteei ? Parl The committee ln eharg* *s for se3er.il A. A. V. champ.on.h.; events. The nrogrammc of the Deal Bear*i Swimmini.' Clab waUr eanalvalM tfc eomiag Saturday liata, besidei the m-t ropolitaa half-mila ev/tna, a M-yar. daeh for boge under sixteen.,a 10O-yar: open haadicap swim. a iK-foot NH , n-e for tl IBI8 '*' four and a fancy dl* ?m the ten foot ipr.tf board. _ led by tW Bay Tai' * I v '' ? * **** aquatie events aa '? ** *?' junior metropollU '?? ? *??*"?^j be the feature. _ KeloB Flaniaran. an BleveB-yejMj little rr I ?! >f tl ? -'- ' ?'__! \ . will b. a eonteel thal? mile Maral ** ;c I nonth in ' * -??hay.'" River. and I *.T-lS rut up I " *****"? J.", der age 84 ? ? -'*p W fmr wi ln water t\ atta. kjmaat withoat **v. '"? P',^ memaida of g-reater Saw ******* Ktart ir. the opening outdoof.r?8a?__ the National l?" I.eague to dav inS ' <?_***? CHESS PLAYERS HOLD MEETING THIS WEEK . story Cheaa Club. ,y Th. firat day Will be .ievoted tettj Inur-cour.ty match.*,. nr.l on TaeattT ia ' ?r'-,unf '*?".?.,? ing ono for the etate ^^v'J, will bagii - alaaa. I - *? .?,;*" an int ??? " 88atea aaa ." ;'av*n bJCII \ lALr<./-n?37 Qi ICK DEUVERli,:.S.-0nt great thing to rem***W tchen yon buy a <';*r "*J Paihfimhr Txcin "Sit** aml Single''SLret" thattt $eU you can be ddkefj im 'iu diatelii. Xot only are the cten**+ beliaablyfacnleandpty***' ful, }-ut you can get f?*T car from us the tami ***9 you '/i' c your (ira*." Twin Six Tourinu, ?*!2*79l2_? Twin Six SdI. Roadater. $2,9*^ Single 51a, $1695. i in ? ,'" CA/TEHN _?l/-TBia\UTT_?/ 1875 BROADWAY T ISaaJ ST . N. Y. Blllllrt$"^SV?al8l lia< I'rii'., aad Trrrna to ?* R'PARS CY EVPiRT MECHAW" II,. Ur ?.,.,? LklUlkc ( ollea-w* **.**? . . i: "____. _ .-,- - ? ua>wiiM euu. tmm****% ?v-t-.-7-_*--t-_. Tabl. Jalfi. lt'\ *>?*********? ***, ^n_g ? bupirllea Murxklroav.-r^ip * *a _ a uioa suua-rav. ~'