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?i?j5kc tba i / ? Racing Baseball Itetu gircfc ?rifante S PO R TI N G S I: C T 1 O N /? o .v i ? ? H o c k e x Golf ,,aim n roi i. ?'A*-!:* SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 1917 PART II FOUR PAGES Circuit Swats Win for Giant Regulars with Galveston yicGraw Hai Perfect St. I\it rn-k s Day ni ( l<?*di with Paul Sentell H, w o VGCEatAN larcl ? Th? <??' ? ?Mi h ?*? _M?_ y ed with th? _ tit ??) ?' h",-.',,i *"i.i?' ??hu?:ii . ,!ve?ton *?,-? dfb?'i ?'Rr'.fii Whtn l>ft\y l'.rit. ?Ma. ih- A " knri'. ^elti p.'' ? ' test?e. ??w, Ic-fal ?' '"?'?' ftn<1 1lP tror.it nalf-ineh, Thi? ... ?p?! volubly. rhe -crcui rmpire rr\ ? M.i.f.i-? - Irlal IUimkI llalli ? into ti-. STwarr ami when t?. ??'" aJaj-U 'f ' ''? ' n?r? to I'll take the ' the lot," warnrd ?akr? exhibition riouancu. ,..-, i MeGravf a?d- w ialveatoniana ???randMand and pre ; ? h i M?? ??- P* II latk?? ?jrta? \lmno, or something ftffh? pried -he truculent at for the ?poral -*- ,' -of th?. dug ei pa- ? lying all T? I ??? -all Jo" ; ? "?liddleton Hit Hard " Middleton. the expenarve vur'rr for the Ciant?, *,*? ?-eely. ?eventeen hit? in ? : hpainst him. but the ..i r? not vet in condi letcher had an inter??-:* c 'he eighth inningr. when re an home run with thr haaea . ,1-a ? lav? ? ???< . Mi , ? - Ha Ik ?*.?.] a n r. I | - ? . * ? ?-?' ? Kir. ? ? ? a ;??'-** p a - Perm's Gym Team Take Four Firsts in Meet : ? - .larch 17 I ' ??rv ?? ,'-' ' | th?> r 1 1 ?'?? ?a ? .'. Adult School Donates Trophy for Cricketers Van ?-i ? ?'? " ? ? ? _*??.?? . ? . -ir??. ZU ' _??*'? ?s'** V- and . Trie?? Wins at Squash ? If r?fm in a hard-play?-,) ma ^?erafor C. C. N. Y. r.. '? . ? BUir Five Wins Title ?, . ?.'.laa'.r I, . ... Columbia Win? with ro.l-, H - " ?*""?? I am? and < Hyde Wins Golf Title on Links At Palm Beach Is Champion of Florida by Beating H. C. Clark in 36-Hole Match ? n.. March 11. .?arm? R Hyde, of New York) i ? golf champion of Florid?. In h thi I ? tl? ;o-day ho i!' I H. C. Clark, Myopia, :? up and 2 *o pli man playing in any. i, either morning ?ilioon. In fact, the medal ?eore of th< . third flight wa? the eighteen than either the hanpion or thr runnrr-up made ing round. 1 ! golf ?ra? not a feature of to ?.. ? ? epl m the first beaten V. M, William?, ??arlcn Howard I?. Whitney. ? r, ? i i y of the N'ai S I Williams'? *<??-?.i id ? he game, and hi to-da> - * 7?. ? was in order in the flight. Hugh L. Willoughby, ?ket Club, last year'?! cham? pion, played P. T. Frelinghuysen, Tus ind was defeated 2 down. The ? t^rght was won by !.. Hovt. Ke ?? York, who defeated R. T. r'lick.U Harre. 1 up. Mick lost the match on I the sixteenth hoi?-. There hi? tec shot j ? naliting him ' ? -tr-i.- ? i '.<n?al rule. Hyd? . ? .'?y m the chani- i pionship t'mal and finished the morn-! ing round 1 op, with n medal of TR. In ternoon he took the first two hole*, but (lark rallied, won th? three a? 'I ' , .?ed the balance of ?he out journey, Hyde being 1 up at the turn. 11;, !?? rook the next two. and Clark ? ? . ? ? ? r>ri!> to lo*" the next two hole?. The sixteenth, the I g hole, was alive with oppor both player , It was halved in * s, ?,- ?? ? ?- Hyd? the match. The results follow: First flight, Flor- j ida championship, 't<i holes James R. ? . defeated H. C. ( lark, .. 3 up and 2 to play. ? ghl W. M. William?. -.. Montana, defeated Howard I? Wh,? I i. -' up Secoi.'d fl.g! t F T, Frelinghuysen. . defeated Hug! !.. Willoughby. Philadelphia. 1' up. Third flight-I,. Hoy?. New York, de , ?"eated R. T. Flick, Wilkas-Barre, I op Crescents Lose Desperate Game to Hub Champion .?.. Mann I" There >??'? the to-nigr.? ton Athletic Club League chai n I the Cr< - of Brookl] n. ? her to >l]-hr. 'I he t?-a::. ?r the ? ,- ee, each getting two goals ? ;?.me air on, in which the ] ? ' ? The Bosl tthlel n did the '.ally after ? ..n- were ,. , after 17 m r .. pi aj Hutchii loo?e, ?kipped I?. ' ?... ? ! the puck on the : Conway fine defen* live worl d Donahue, of ? '.i the ? ? .i ii ? i i. \? ?? , ? ? . n II \v |. 1 I? I, - I? II i, M . i ? . New Bowling Records Made at Big Congress 1 . M el . March I. Two world ? the Blrk I.- SgttO, of n the Is ? .. ? . ? were 1,015 and 94*1 ormei mal cha 1,006 n' the I lor ?1? i ? ? of 1,1? '.Tlillg was by Huit I, a record ?? ?? Plan New Golf Course For Port Washington ... ia ?o bave "au ne? v ' port V ">..?? ' ? \. ' . ? ,| ',,i leeom ? l?. ' a will ? ???><? The Days of Real Sport.ByBRiccs Rowing Delegates Choose Lynn for Next Big Regatta Tom Rooney Restored to Ama teur Standing?Goodwin Also Reinstated next annual regatta of tue Ama? teur Association of Oarsmen will be held at I.vnn. Mass., on Fridav and ? la* . July 87 and 28. OH was made a; a meeting of the N. A. A. 0. held last night at th< Sea Vork Athletic i'lub home in . Park South. Philadelphia was a contender for the honor of eutcrtain ing the oarsmen, but Lynn v.a- <?ho*.en . !i, the foimer city re? re:?, r.ir th.- minority vote. President James A I'llkington pre-ided at the .rge ?\ Carnet! ? mor of Fubiic Property a* Lyi ?. extended the invitation in behalf or' the Massaehu ? ?? town, in v hick 1II ted the 'narr?. rhieh Lynn offered. ???i a cordial welcome to all thine who compete in tile champ? ? Ley ai i .?. e n'. Lyi I! One o? t '.'.t- imp?t tant t*.;.r * ? run.,- befor? ' ?,? m< el ng wa the ?"? .i Thomas J. Rooney, ol :- Raven* wood Boat i lull, national smsteui ?-m . i* champion. ;: .a ,?,red si an attend i ol the pal k playgt 0 ? ..arged with profe?i onal n It ..'.ended Ri oi "v had ?. olated the lettei rather tha spirit of the amateur rule, and he a a - ? d end again place,i in ?,'cioil amateui ?tandiag. Ralph Goodwin, of Philadelphia, who wai di barred five yean sgo foi pro* .il?u rein tat? l.rad? l??-?lared PrafeSafJeasI ,rd Grady, Of New Rochelle, ir.il??i ? . r?.. acknowledged ? sived money fer coach- I otball team of the New Ro h School. Hi ??a ? de? !ar.-,l snd bai i od fi om all . mp? ? tion m smsteui rowing ci ni? * \ the mort pori granted l? ? ? ? - .at ?on : olio? i : ?.'. American Henley Regatta, ? Philadelphia; May 50, Regatta of 'S., r k Rawing Association, al Bay? s'. .!.; June IS, Schuylkill Navy Regatta, si Philadelphia; June 23, ?: River Regatta, over Fei I 1 se ; July 4. People'i Regatts Philadelphia; .July 4, New England Roe ii | Association Rei CI srlei Hr ei Boston; July 13 snd i ?. N'orth . -, Roa ing Associai ion R? | '"?>. I j 27 snd 38, Ns mpioi r i . Lynn, Us ? ll, Bsyonn? People' Regatta, st Bayonne, S. 1 ' "?'". te Regs ? .... r It, New England Row? | ? Regatl ' Bs lin, H?. ' Penn Bests Princeton In Gymnastic Meet .1 . March I Pei Princetei II . i . i i' ? ... ? - . i ' ? ? ? ... f . . i ? ? Speaker Helps Indians Shut Out New Orleans .. .i ..i. March 17. Tn? net 'he Cleveland Amen i the attar* a gam? I bal ended in a 7 t., 0 tor] ovei the Nov. Orleani Southern \ '??am i.re: n n i ? i. a II I, Boston Beats St. Nicholas ir,. i?i Mar? h II The R??ton ? ,, ,i. feated the st Nicholas i ,?. -,_.., here ' Overton, in 1,000, Breaks His Own World's Record Winged r-eet Score 48 Points at A. A. U, Senior Indoor Games .lohn W. Overton, of Vale university literally ran hi? rivals into the groune* in ?mashing hi.? world indoor recon. at 1,000 yard* in the national trac? and field championships held a* the L'Jd Regiment Armory last night. I: Blue runner was clocked in 2:14. ? by era-ring h;s former figure, made in the ?-ame eontesl la-t year bv one ar.d two-fifth? seconds. Following rainl) behind in lecand place ?a? Joie W, Ray, the little Illi? nois Athletic I fteen yartti back, with Dave ? sldwell, of the Boston ?athletic A third, twenl ?? srd bach of him. J. .1. iFBi tria Catholic i'lub, of Bo ?toi s only other runnei ol the field of ?i\ starters to finish. Ho met Ha'-.er fell alter three lap?. The ? ? i??, 'he Blue i . leartrending, He ?m? fol dosel?, during tl.arlj sps, i. .? whea ?here?, . ? I ?hey v.?tr standing -till. Haker Fall? at Turn From th? f gun Oeerti ? 7.1?.ng pa?. Ba) ei si ? nd, Raj third and O'Brien fourth. Overton wa? - t : 11 tearing along in front a;? he pa.?.?ed the one-quarter-mile pu?' n .".7 sOaTOndS. He held a two-yard margin, with Cald* well second. Kay third. Baker fell on the ne>' turn, and in o doing ?lightly bumped into Rav. Overton nevei slackened hi? almost! pace a' th? half-m le m.-irk. st which was clocked in l.'.T'i. Her? - ? fit Id began :.i fi. : the ?I rali ? fall backward. Raj ??..- 'he onlv one who na- able to folio* tb? a? ?!??.. iai yards behind. On the final Up Overton ? ? away from th? little III::.?.. - I ..: Q? : and, putting everj ounce of .jth in hi? action?- going around the ?rnal turn ? n.nniurn of chcei ? hvronen Bested h, Holden He? wood Holdei . th? ira.'. Nee fort ? inner, won a hi i ! liant duel from Villni Kyronen, of the Mill i ose Athlet l stioi n the five ,.???. ? - op? ? Bg d ..? ?a? passed by Holden half a lap from ever challenged, to win h? i ,"i yards. During thi I il , . ? t o? cpponent by a >t * pace, bul was sur* ? . -.. tee H..I.I- n follow II tena Holden ?printed na?t ICyronen ?i. bul the latf ? ? : place V the elai ^ si I ? final bei I Kyrenei? II ' ..i der, ?* itfa Holden *' eel?, ?hai : is 1 ? ??. inn mc 'inrd. bul ? ?' na?t hi- ? tu win t bout thi blancs of an ?f of ICyroaei ? ; r.'llrr Palla lo Start t toe th? -, . \ hip r; . \ \ Club tel? B it. ??? f thai ? .i that ? ? ? ??? ? ilu? leered . ,i ? The ? ? the race wtnl to Art! ? -? ? Fred Hu? and E B S?nger, all r. pre \. w Vm? V t Jach ?i'I.eaty. ? t, Irish runa? r, m* fourth. The ? ?? places netted the Winged Foot ation tes poli ta, which ?gave them the metropolttai '.am ?rtle over ? I , |, IS to 41 point?. Bb) lirleata Mcretlit h I ni Mei edith wei ? doe a te i h Khi! W. l?b . ? ho has pro? en i? thorn to the world'? record holder of ,.-. i ?..rd run led cot ?way II* fror? > tl 1 '?' ?OCOnd and ' ?rl A I'etrr?er. ol ' r'? er "'?? third ?The pace wa fast, and for ana lap and three-quarter.? the leader* remained unchanged. On '.he turn into the back 'retch Joe Higgins challenged for the lead, and the latter crept up to Eby'i -houlder. when the latte Meredith und into the van. Kb;, along at l real neck ?peed, and a!'hou?-rh Meredith ntnl Higgin? closed in n< ;h'? finish, Eh) ? on bj two jsrdi Meredith nd H igi n ? who I ond ami third, ?? were only inches apar;. The tar?e leading team* and then ?core? were: I hieago I i ? ??: Seer York A. i . 56, and 'he lri-h-American A. < .. 22. r h ? resalta arc Summary of ?".?me?. :? * ?i ? 1, .-?-.? M ' ? ? ? ? ? ?. ..i V. -i . -?. Sen * \ ? I. - . ? ?? ?. . ? ? i I ". ?ay. I . \ ., i. . \ , ? . ? ,,-. ., . ?, i . \ ? I ? - I'?lie??. I . v ? ? ?? - , , . U I I \ \ ? \ ' I , . , I?. ?-. I I . ? | a ? ? ... ? ? \ ? . ? . ; ? ? . i I ? ?? ? - 4 I ? - . . . .. > \ \ a A. I 11 ?art ' id A. ? H i ,. ? A . r*?i Mc i T Klfaln. ? A. i i ? i - , ? a n ??? . ?iiirrt.au A. I \ \ \ i . I. a? - . . . ?i ?w . ? ' . , . L ?. II 1 II ? \ \\ , ? ? ?- . Hans Lobert Leads Giant Seconds in Houston Victory Hoi ? der the guid ?eciel in charge i ert, he < second team, reinforced bj ? the bat*? ry, earai plS) h ? liuU ton club, a: ? lli 11 te In hi ?cCaii ' ' ? . K ? i a hoi - . . ? ? i i ' ? : ? ? i - -a * | r i i George? Carpentier at Nice * . March IT ', erg? ' artient'er has returned :o Nice, and expect? to remain there ?everal weeks to recuper? ate from wia :.,hors in th? army aerial corps Manage, pea i hampa knew? c of the rumor.?antier i? goinir to l.'indon *o be? I" would; he ahou' a? difficult far ?ieorgr? to go j ... | ?nt-.n -.? !?. Sea York ?ai,| I i. ? , St. Patrick Fails Irish - American Ice Hockey I earn Arenas, of Boston. Score 2-to-l V n tory in Winning Ov?*r time Game B) PBED BAWTHOINI In the most closely contested ?*sni* of the league aeries, the Arena Hockey Club, of Boston, defeated the seven of the Irish-American A. C. at the St. Niel?la? Rink last night by a score of J ?reals '<. !, in an extra-period game The reeult did not change the relative either team, but the In??h ?ill further down into an, not having won h singli game of the four played in the ?und. Irving Small, ths big, raw-boned rover of the Arena club, made both ? :-.. while Brady, -, sei comer on the Cell 1 the lone JOB I for the local aggregation. Pal . Sequin, Ernie Dotreene and \ : ? Woods, the goal tender, per? formed valiant ? : th.- Irish, -'- gu.11 tending being sp< ? ?ir In? vigilan? ? \ ? ? a icoi a ?rhi bav? ? - Irvii the thorn n the tide o-' the Irisl rhe Small who ti ke? ping the puck out 9 ? f of nonchalance tha' made him appeal absolutely laxy. He wa? . the ice upon which he tood, and proved, as ho has all through . ?a! at goal does not ei the leagu? played the fastest and ? .c. both on offence an.i defence, that it ha? shown 'hi? winter. A dose Irena team ruahed puck ? v.' indei the shadow of the goal, '.. i"- beaten back each time : defence. The passing o? 1 a great im snything ?hown by the team b? Brad) eras the first ??. tally, si : on hi.- own rebound. This eras tha one tim? srhen N- Small erred. II? ?re ilov ? tart ng from his ?-age lock the puck awaj as ? rested et in t of the 1 age, and Brady ? ... . Irving Small slammed the rubber home during a ? ? ijr in tin? second perio tha scon : Irish, and the tall Si ? 'ne winning goal in 2:17, tra ' period, unaided. Thers arare no dull moments in the itriek would have ? ? proud ..* lis boys in green had he t th? The line-up fol lartni 1 . IrtSttat . ., ?\ . x.. r Bra t ? ? c r p.. 1. ? \ p. a ? 1 ' .... a . ?M?*h. Play for Poggenburg Cup to Start March 26 . ft. pr? - d tien of ?Vmateui I Rohem "?'- eld? ? tt? ? - . .- for ( 'Lmorial Tup. The tourna meal '?'?ill be conduced a? .. and will be played in Maurice D billiard room. -.-?? ..ra! ?able? being used ? ? se thai the winner may? be decided in ten days of competition. I'nder the eligibility rule? f.. cup, only amateurs who have competed m national l I B and C eham pioaehip tournament? entrai I Yale Gymnasts Beat Rutgers New Haven. March 17. -Vale defeated Rutgers bg a ?core of "14 to M, in a ?lusJ cimi itif meet here to-night. ***? Miss Wagner Gains Singles, Keeps Doubles, Tennis Titles Tipple Reports Still Lacking Needed Weight Unfavorable Weather Pre? vents Yankees from Play? ing Practice Game Hacen, Ga . March IT. The la*' ol the Yank* I the colors ? when Han I iplc, a ?Ore highly regarded ic ?Baltimore Internal i ?lippe.1 i)ir ? B thi? morning, attended Sergeant 8. B. Gib <on'? tary n innocent ..nd participated to ? m the afternoon's worko i< ? srri? .i aid I a ha\ e thro? 'i the I.ran ? furor Tippl? i ?nsideral ? i, ? pitching weight He ..-.? to be "dry" and drawn, aith hones thai he cannot afford t.. lo agle pound Of training. In short Iris app?'.-iranee i? no more impressive than t was a " ben w "?? William deeded he wouldn't do. Hen Shaw .loina Piral?". \. ? moke root da;.'* en- ?I, B he magnifi , Maei eaigneo i the Hu iumbua, Ga., where he joined the ? ??er Jimm) ?'aliaban of the Co I had refused to wai? e on him, ? American League cluh interposing a claim, he wa? turn.,I over to the Sa? il ?Leaguere, \ fair hitt? kind of hall '" hit a:. and thrower, Shaw ma) . man for Callaban. The probabilities are ihn ? .,ii ?. u full roetei thii ? ? son, if for no other reason than a*, a gains) .i repetition ol ' collapse thai occurred la?t icason.when half a dosen or Vild >\ illiam'a regular performer* were laid low by injurie?. It is expected thai Do will retain ten pitcher*, three catchers, i seven infteldera and Uve ou ? athletes in all. Yr,. the pitch era will be Cal op, riahei I.ove. Hogridge, Monroe, Pierey, R i sell, S ers will he Walter?, Alexander rind N'utiamak'?. ?e .!!? patently Pipp, Ma.*- . Peckinpeugn, Bak ? G ? Aragon or Hau?nann. with out?eldei High, Hag? I Gilhooley, Miller and Hendryx to round out the ensemble, Practice ?.ame < ailed ?Iff A cold, damp wind blew in from the north. and rather than iub* ? ? irgei to anj rgi or back . W Id W 1! ., ?: i : nci led the dai!; pi etice bal I '? between the Regular? ami the 1 An hon'- ?tiff drilling, under Military Inatr ictoi Ser?, 3. G ... pract; I the enl ? ?? I'rban SI.ki r, rl part of la? the Toronto lationaliata, also provoked W ?; William 'i in r?ee mogul re| ???? -???? " young ? . '?ai -. Every ball i>?:?. chunk . ? *low i ? ' ? tall), and i ? .i. up" ? ? cure, result brilliant future in the \ ?League Cornell Wrestlers Win Title by Record Score It:.a.?a. \. if, March 17 < orr.e!| won ? ? ? egiat? . ? Sager, ? ?. ? ? ? la making three rail* du 7 point?, ?'ornell furnished champion? ? ? . ? ire -even cUlSCS, Ser I Penn, ta ? the 116, . ? Penn, ? : gan of 1 Con the 145-pou on a reeoi ? ibert, of Lehigh, ? 1 ..i ..? IP '.'?rtm aaa ? mpi led ? M , . champion; Sagei ?amj on : H.,r.. ? ? olum ? 11 a - Cricket Teams to Play For British Red Cross ting th? .or. ? opolitan i League hi - -. . The proposal of the IVew York snd Sptt Jer i 11 Cu| ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? ' Hickey Announces Staff Of Association Umpires th 17. Pri ? . aa J Hick? noui ??? the th? \meri iation unipr? ea-o. Sipni ??! been i rom William I ,.?rge ii John on, .in? ? I. W, Kr.app. r Olli?. P. ? mil and ?!. C. Johnaton? ? Hrrke\ announced that ?f. . fort? to ?ecure Val Kavon. a former I National Leajur umpire, had failed. Mis?. Goss Breaks Under Strain, but Miss Howe Stars in Doubles Play By l'RKH H*.WTHORVK - expected heppoaod yesterday at h Regiment Armory. Mi?s MsHi . er regained her national indoor *e:;n;< championship ?n the i paired s Itk m .?s Mar ."n\ior. won the double? title. playing brilliantly in both final round matches el the women'? annual touma ln ? - M is Wagner defested Eleaaor tiois il straight ?et?, a? I I, She and Mies Taylor then lisked Mrs. Jack Anderson and !'?lith Howe in the doubles, but only alter ? bitter hattle for the poirt?. th.. ata going ?t ta 4, i? 4. Iloiihle? lurnl?h Thrill?. i ron ?< pectacular standpoint. *he ? u the bet ter mateh, the ? - ???il brilliantly players so evenly ? :?? lull could no? be ?? t'nal rally : I v - ? . liet? .i ' -, leee columna Wagner'?? long ej*>? ricTicc. her eonsumiuete court general nid her knowledge of every little trick uni turn of ?he game, formed a combination against which her untried opponent coul.l not hope to pecs/ail? .li succeed In gain? ing? th?' poaition -?* ?he pet that ?he ????.. she fairly on' . the girl \>ho ha? won the aa or titl? ? tissas. 4|is? Qaaa ataskj at limea .' .? :'.i h ins, * i""? . ?en? ?he court, and ores ? >ii-?-h of a ?Hort lob. . -ir champion drew ap from <ho largi?t gallery of the \? lUCh t ime? ?he looks I IS ble, and Mis Wagner, caught far out < f position near hei base line, did not even <r\ to get her recquct on ?oive of the hall?. the girl who ??a-? de?tine* to the champ?" crawa again did ?,..? often perm ? her younger opponent to gel into position to bring off tkese Hating hot . More frequently ?Vaguer, driving deep an?! Ttrok the ball with a beautiful ?weep of her racquet, placed her returns at the earner formed by the base and tide ?tarting for 'he ??Id be baffle^ tO And ?he 'mil shoo) ng by, ju?t out of ? i . rhieh Miss IToejaef aci on | .I te ?liscourag? diseoorsge II i ?msnes?. control of her Ol ? and w.i? swept rapidly in ihe second ?et. Rnnner-1 p Hegin? Well R . ? began ?he service ?nd won l . k'ume, and thereafter n winning up to M i en ice -a- gf.inr; ??(?U in the early .?tage?, ? '.con in the red Mice It agner only taking th? fourl ? .mpion had past ?i but in ? '.?? Is .ipening set h? r f< ? |un to ? ick tbs . i h . been te Mi?-? <io??. Ph? made more '.. hesitate of a moment hiforc t a result, aha ? .if pasition, ?i'h Mis? dine Al her ' Yoik State ihampior '?[ G? itai ted ? i nriee :n the aec ond SI /.ime at love, Mien ?.able to hand!.- the ba'l It looked a? though .liii.u? to ??tart h ? w-no hoped to a ere i isioned. Miss wagaer th impressive ?,peed. p.i???ing h?M opponent time and BgSiJa backhand drives that found the lu- s ? nlenri:d accuracy an?l wan ? p by taking th? (ames n a row. Miss I .- 'ar fron. S inevitable ? ? .ng condition? Her ;; ises glaring weaknesie? ?or... that may not b? with ?he f.?, - age ef ' Mi?? Howe Star of Double* Miss Hoe ? lajor ?rare ef th? suhle far the Miss Wagner and Miss .- directed the - tery of .ifatK a< her and thus gave he? iportunity to shine srith ?urpri? ghtneas. Mm. Anderson at time? - ly other of the four player? irt. Her c!o-e \ol!eying was i markable, and the gal thundered its applause in appre ??anner in which ehe ? pair on the oppoaite women who can stand in and volley hard drives surcess who 'in make use of sudden . . iwifteet rallies, ? ea, bal Mto. An <ier?on is or.e of these. hing the attack i rom Misa Howe ?<> her partner Mi?? lor ?iftert caught tnderoei w-ith the resul* -.ore errors than Reset aklj ? ..rden He ... -. sueceaeful ? f Mies 1 ..ylor's deep ? -e, played that Ian I *nat brings vie rhe r -, am work, except for one mooth, and thev lUghl out of poaition 'aylor held command at the net . ef her point? ?ere won by pises ? alley ?hots into . .? to the net. en "killing** lobs. \\ ..? \N agner I pheld Reputation Wagner played her ususi susheleat t meet ????*?:?* compan> She co ri-e court with unerr nf. a-id wa? always th? factor on her ii?dc of the net. The acore, ?i ?. ? ?*? with several ?-ame? fought out at deuce, shows how pa.ri were matched. Black Chess Victor I winning the fifth game of th' ries al the r.-m? of the Rrooklyn , . Cl lb, Re) I. Black, the Brooklyn champion, emerg'd victor o Howell. formet champion of N'ew 4 or. State, by the*#eoie of 3 to 1 and I draw.