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Champion and Singles Rival Annex Doubles pajr Conquer Davis Cup Teammates. V. illianis and Garland, in Straight Sets f-ONDON June 19 In one of the hes ever seen in Great v. .: . - M. Johnston ? f San ' - :s i-vv'\;.'n ?- 4V - ? ? | '., . liam ? . .,! , in the finals of ? mship ;.. The score whs ?'jec ? of several thou . . m ?.'?:! the alter 1 me thi ? ? ? r Vi ? .. . . : v -nil cent endous fash f- roci?;:? tun I the scale J. y';< :.. ? ? al s tage ir, the apparently had jj,e mal ' - '?*"? -v t-^V5 stage '.-. I his service -tme in 1 the tch appeared i -' ? lost a ?? ' Here, Johnston captured - ingle poini John > i ?? ? rsl th ree p?ir.t- ' seemed to have the mat Jc.r.** ? . by terrific deiiv ertes ca .*? mo and made it < ai!. J ? v. ?. ? ext service, this leadii -. to '.. and once again ? capturv : . service, win- | ning. 6 to ;. lei '.'?? n the doubles ehampioi ? lef ating Ik Norris Williams, of I'hiladel] a, and C, S. Garland, of ':' tt< rgh, .?? straight sets In the finals, T! i score was 6?3, 6?4, -.-? Cantigny First In \ irlory Class Race on Sound There - rger fleet of Lower Bay : yachts at t rage of he Atlantic Yacht Cii stei f r the second , champ? i i ? Yacht Rac? ine As Gravesend Bay than i repork : ' first regatta a week ? igo The nt Athletic ib man? aged t: . immit- . tee, ma ,*ah Nicki r-son and CA, K out the course sig? nal thirl ; . w : were bobbing around * f line .v. a snappy , soathea I : r? For the fir ! mi tl n - lower Baj trfetory , ced as ?-. divii :on. Lust week R. A. 1 port was the only one of i divi sion at Sea Gate. \ ? ? .- i ir. C. I . Atkinson's Cantigny appea ma le a most success, tl I . -, heating Nieuport orer a T.3-mil coui I welve min ctes an I thirty-eij ? nds. Just as : lird boat of '. ?he v. .: rivt i ;.? Si a Gale. It i be Vice-Commod ire F. K. Msye: iu. Or. bol I and corrected time R. Bet'' Fai ti the winner among i sei of 1 he han? dicap yachts. In i ibout class tha winner was i g, the prop? erty of '. brothers The third ? class also .' v .- the first yacht h ? time, 1 he win? ner wa i 1 The summary: VICTORY CI.AS3 START 3:15?COURSE, -, : - ? . ; -. MILES E'.ars? - Fini h *.'? ? Ta-_- _-?-??? - H M S. rar.v. ? ?on. 4:44:27 trown... 4 :6" 1:4 HA: ? FCOND DIVISION ?. :. ; :? 1:53:21] : : .4 22 1 :_ ? : 22 ?-r thj (t. . ' ? 49 ' 18 19 ila . - ? : ? -, ? ?' ? , May, 13: !?' Ai ieth 51 16:57 : ..--? ?"? lURSE, Poke Along D 5:03:14 1:38:14 Moose, R 8 1:4115 8 Vs..-. J . ; ? 24 HANDICAP ' EON? BTART ' ES Bag II, j. 4:31:53 1 01 :58 Alcyon. R . ' ? 0:5-:20 ?v . - i. . : . .01? ? P. . ??? . ,4:34:27 1 04:27 ; II ; - , '? ? ? I ! - 31:04; Moonshine, ]:)? I'". Lo ?.?'M'?r." in Try-Out.? Eob LeGendre, crack athlete of .?' re- * . ? . v. :'.'. be i -, the Olympi : I]..? '? roken log is Annual Soring Clearance ' Sale -N Reasonable Offer Refused f -? ' .. to Pick F Credit Extended For One Year DON'T PAY BROADWAY PRICES '? ? l by Ua 18 AB! E! R ? rEED, No Profiteering! A? at Fair and Honest Prices. OPEN ? \ j: .; i: ! '?'*?*? ' Pun . ? l'mi?. ?'A , I r !_-.?_??-?!?-) " Pau. v ' I ?Volt a- ' ?? r ? .??' ' --i. ' M-SED ( \K> ? ? ' v ?8 STOCK OF BEST TIRES *? Actually Save You!-3to!-2 ;. . ? ??? R a n . Auto Bodies; Ail Kinds; Very Cheap. ^Jandorf Automobile Co. \ Note Our Hew Addresses 2j5-237 W. 50;hSt.!"n;rB'way i_., ':J-'K '<";--*?!": WENT %?* ' ? ;?..?_/.,..... ...?; (i?4roM Av.. "??'jra S>U?, tjj,*,, K'/?:?.i.?l Until i? KM. Rallies and Defeats Tilden in Gruelling ? Vidor and Vanquished in Final for 'Met' Golf Tille MrZS. FEITNEfZ PUTTING ON Vf tu HOLE _J \ Yale's Solitary Tally in Ninth Beats Princeton Elis Win Deciding Game of the Series Here in a Brilliant Pitching Duel By R. J. Kelly Several thousand loyal followers of the Yale Blue and the Princeton Orange and Black turned out at the Polo Grounds yesterday morning to cheer ' ieir favorites on to victory in the third and deciding game of the annual baseball scries between the traditional rivals. It was an exciting ? t? st, replete with sensational plays, and not until the ninth inning did the New Haven co?egians gain the de? cision by the narrow margin of a single run. The final score was 1 to 0. After both teams had gone scoreless for eight innings, Charlie Faherty, Yale's star center fielder, opened tho ninth ?vith a single to Keyes, the Princeton third baseman. Holmes ad vanced the runner to second with n sacrifice. Diamond, the next batter, flied out to Strubmg in center iieid .; ! ?ran?* drew a base on balle. Peters then grounded to Trimble, the Tigers' shortstop. The latter threw to McPhee at second base in an attempt to force Crane, but the runner beat the toss to the bag. Faherty meanwhile made a dash for the plate ami scored the winning run on a close play. Selleck Falls to Pitch. It was expected that Selleck, Yale's \ leading twirler, who won the series last year by taking the final game, won'.i ! " : ? i.*, against the Nassau nine again yesterday. However, Coach Billy j Lauder, the former Giant third base- j man, selected southpaw Coxe to bear the pitching burden, and he performed in snlendid style. He had a slight edge ? n Margetts and yielded only six hits. The Princeton boxinan was found lorr seven safeties. In addition to scoring the only run of the game, Faherty made two sen sational plays in the field. He robbed Strubing of what seemed a sute hit in the first inning by making a spectacu ar running catch of a line drive, and I in the fourth he pulled down McPhee's smash after a hard run. The Princeton players made a des? perate effort to overcome Yale's lead 7 the last half of the ninth and they threatened momentarily to tie the score. After Strubing had rounded out to Aldrich, Lee shot a single to center. Trimble then smashed a long drive toward the left field bleachers, I ..* Crane made a neat catch near the foul line. Fisher revived Princeton's fast dying hopes by slamming a single to right and Lee went all the way to third. McNamara put an inglorious end to the belated rally by striking out. Thrown Out on Hit One of the features was the inability of Margetts to reach first base on a hit to right field in the fifth inning. The pitcher was thrown out on Thome Murphy's line throw to Diamond. Princeton won the first contest of the scries at New Haven several weeks aro by a score of ?S to 5 but Yale took the second at Princeton a week ago yesterday, 4 to 2. 1 he score : V.U.i; PRINCETON ab r h pn a - ab r h po a e " ???,? -? .3 0 0 1 1 OlStnibln?, cf.4 0 0 4 (?0 ., ?> t 2 2 0?Lce rf .4 " Xi ?7 0 '> Mil u.,4 0 1 *? " Trimble, so. X 0 o :: 2 0 cf a ! ! 7 1 0 FUhor, c 4 0 7 3 0 10 1 I - 0 M i'Nam'a, 1?* 4 0 I 7 0 0 ; lb.4 0 0 12 1 0 M'Plice, 2b. .2 0 0 5 0 0 f . .3 0 1 2 0 0 Cook, lb ...701 n 00 0 2 3 1 0 Keyes. 3b . 3 0 0 7 2 0 ?Vi-. p 400 0 2 0'Margetts, p 2 00 0 4 0 Totala ...31 1 7 27 : * i Totala .. 30 0 6 27 11 0 ...000000001?1 ;?..?. -?ton . . ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?0 Pacrlflcea -McPhee, It??in.?. Stolen baaes Lee, Crane, Faherty. Left on bases '-. . Princeton, B. struck out?By Margetts, ! V. Coxe, 3. Bases on ball? iff Mareretts 3; off Coxe, 1. Hit by her By .VarKf' v (Murphy). Umpires K ?: and Emslle, National League. Financial Geniuses to Play for Golf Trophy Se venteen hanks and trust companies of greater New York will be repre? sented by golf teams in the annual com? petition for the Sabin Cup, which will ? 1 eld Tuesday on the links of the Greenwich Country Club at Green? wich, Conn. Amone the players will bo many men prominent in the financial world. The banks and trust companies whose teams are to compete are the American Exchange National Bank, Bankers Trust Company, Central Un'on Trust Company, Equitable Trust Com? pany, Corn Exchange Bank, Empire '. ? ist ompany, Equitable Trust Com ? r-., Farmers Loan ?nd Trust Com ? .-. .Federal R< serve Bank. Guaranty ? ( ompany, Irving National Bank, berty N'ational Bank, Mercantile Trust i pany, national Hank of Commerce, S'ationai City Bank, New York Trust Company and the L'niled States Mort - ?.:'?! Trust Compsmy. ??,?. No New Trial for >lafi<*e CINCINNATI, June 19. United States :- ? ??????? Judge Peck to-day overruled a mol on f',r a new trial in the suit of Lee Magce against the Chicago Na * ? I i ? ,* . ball Hub for $9,1 0 i ai.. and po ? ible bonuses in A fury t -?? .-.* v d? cided against h gc? HI attorney stated that ti i taken to the Un .'?"! St..v oa 1 rcuil ' ?url of Appeals. Kumagae Victor on Courts NEW HAVKN, form., .Line 19. ,?i Kumagae defeated L. M, Banks, ?' f Yale, to day In straight kMk, winning th< final in the New Muvi-n Lawn Club I championship. Tho score? wer? 6?1, 6 2 and i;.-l. W MISS \ ('( Bishop, J fe ZunnerI &.._ ILP> ///i Resolute Crosses Line 26 Sec. Ahead of Vanitie in Ninth Trial Sailing in Light Airs, Cup Defense Candidates Engage in a Close Race NEWPORT, R. I., June If1 .--Sailing , in light firs, Resolute won a sixth vic? tory to-day in the ninth of the trial races with Yanitie to determine which shall meet Shamrock IV in defense of the America's Cup. The Resoluto er?:"-;".?! the finish line 2 . second., ahead of her rival on elapsed time, which gives h?r a margin of ~ minutes 8 sec? onds corrected time. The greater part of the race, which was arranged as a leeward and wind? ward affair, was a reach, in which Yan? itie first went out ahead. It was the Herreshog yacht's sixth victory in the series. The race was over a close fetch : tor 27 miles. The committee planned a leeward and windward race, but just as the yachts started the wind hauled from the northwset to the south, and a few minutes later it breezed up to seven knots. The first, three mili-, however. was almost a drift, so light were the airs. Resolute, starting five seconds as*er*i of her rival, hauled by the Vanitie i on the windward berth and took the lead after two miles. Picking up the breeze first, the Ilerreshoff yacht at > one tinto had increased its lead to more than a mile. Ner.ring the outer mark Vanitie stepped faster and in the run to the finish outreached Resoluto by 44 sec? onds. The yachts may sail their tenth race ; to-morrow. The summaries Eiapse?! Cor'ed Yacht ft art Finish Time Time Resolute 11 01:24 2:44:22 3:42:53 3:41:16 Vanltlo 11:01 19 : .4 4. 3:43:24 3:43:24 Time at outer mark: Resoluto . 1 25:42 Vanitie . 1:26:47 20_00(7?thlctcs Expected In Big Jubilee (raines William J. Lee, chairman of athli : cs of the Mayor's Fourth of July Com? mittee, has issued 30,000 entry blanks to all the ; thletic clubs, public cchools, V, M. ('. A.'s and settlements through? out the en* ire c;ty for the Americani? zation jubilee games, to be held on Monday, ?July -r?, in all the parks, and playgrounds of the city. There are fifty sets of athletic games for men and boys and an entry of 20,000 com? petitors ::? expected. In response to an appeal from the Metropolitan Association of the A. A. U. a drive will be made among the athlete:, and spectators of these Inde? pendence Day games for funds to help raisij the $200,000 which is required to aend the American Olympic team abroad to compete for the world's championships ut Antwerp. -? Williams Elects Adams WILLIAMSTO WN, Mass., June 19.? Elbridgo Adams 2d, of this town, has been elected captain of th. Williams ?yolf team for nexl year. He is a member of the junior class. Making the varsity team when a freshman, he has played throughout his course. Adams's work this last season was of an exceptionally high order and it helped to turn in victories against Am herst and Corn?'!!. Dawson Top.. Mountainers M?RGANTOWN, W. Va., June 19? Paul Hatten ("Biz") Da? ion, < f Clarks? burg, carried ol? the honors in batting and fielding <.n the West Virginia Uni? versity tonn during the season just cloned. He hit for an average of .352 and fieldi ?I al .'.'? " 2. i in ??. son wi also tied with Lytle for leading scorer. Queen /.besa \\ in** Again MINE?LA, June 19, A largo crowd witnessed the matiflco races of tho Nassau Driving <!??b this afternoon and saw Queen Abess, who turned the mile In 2:09.1, again win tho free for-all, hi i bi si time beii a '-' lOVi. She j lost the first, heat to Irish Voter, who! then blew up, and ? the dnughter of I Tb? Abbu Won thu next two easily. International League GAMES TO-DAY Buffalo at Jersey City (two). Rochester at Reading Akron at Syracuse Toronto at Baltimore YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Buffalo. 9; Jersey City, 1 (1st) Buffalo, 9; Jersey City, 0 (2d) Akron, 4; Syracuse, 1 (1st) Syracuse, 8; Akron, 7 (2d) Baltimore, 4; Toronto, 1 (1st) Baltimore, 6; Toronto, 5 (2d, 10 in.) Reading, 7; Rochester, 4. STANDING OF THE TEAMS \V. L. Pet. W. L. Pet. Buffalo. . 37 16 .G9S Read'g 23 .'10 .455 B'more. . 35 19 .618 J. City 21 ii'l .339 Toronto.. 35 22 .611 Roch'r 21 36 .368 Akron.... 29 22 .569 Sy'c'se 14 39.264 N. Y. Eleven Victor in Second Halifax Cup Mate Reversing the verdict of the first match in Philadelphia, the All-New York cricket eleven defeated the team of the Gcrmantown Cricket Club by a niarp-in of fifty runs in their second match in the annual competition for the Halifax Cup at Manor Field, West New Brighton, yesterday afternoon. The New Yorkers went to the wick? ets first, compiled 144, and then put the visitors out for 94. The outstand? ing feature of New York's innings was the splendid batting of J. L. Poyer, of Brooklyn, who, during a stay at the wickets consuming two hours and forty-three minutes, scored '30 runs. Two of the New York wicktts were down !'or .". runs, when Poyer and R. Comacho became associated, and the pair, before they were separated, car rieii the total to 104. Comacho con? tributed 4;i runs. The only other double figure was that of L. Comacho, who added 19. Of the Philadelphia bowlers W. P. O'Neil took six wickets for 30 runs and E. M. Mann three for 39. The score: NEW YORK K. G. liu'.!. c Newhall, b O'Neill. ? S. R. Heresford, 1- Miinn. 1 .1 V Pover, c Caufman, b O'Neill. P0 R. Comacho, c Clothier, b Clark. 43 ?,. ? ?macho, b Mann. 19 I.. R. Miller, <? iin I b O'Neill. 4 O. Meyer, c Haines, b.O'Neill. 2 s. K V Southern, c Newhall, b O'Neill. 4 K i', Ormaby, c Cautman, b O'Neill... 1 I* ? ;. Hal? s, not out. 0 ,r. S. Bretz, b Mann . 1. Extras . 9 Total .144 GERMANTOWN C. C. c M. Graham, c Ormsby, b L. Comacho 7 H A. Haines, b V Comacho. 0 H. S. Harnee!, 1 b w, b I,. Comacho... 3 \v. .T. Clothier, b Miller. 0 P H. Clark, c L.. Comacho, b .Miller... 1 W. P. Newhall, c Berrsford. b Miller.. 0 H. Z. Maxwell, not out. ??; E M. Mann, c Miller, b L. Comacho... 0 \V. P. O'Neill, run out. 34 F A. Greene, b L. Comacho. X) .1 ?"atifman, run out. 1 Extras . 4 Total . r>4 Rowling Mann, 3 for 39; O'Neill, 6 for :'-. i ' In ? ',<. : foi v. for Germantown; Mil? ler ". for 31; I. C? macho, .". for 4!. for Now STork. !:i?iih n ? the fa!! of ?-?eh wicket; ! 'I IV 17 1 131 13 5 14 2 1 4.1 143 144 V 13 21 22 22 23 23 67 32 9 4 Miss F.cc Wins Golf Title ST. LOUIS, June 19,?Miss Carolyn Lee, of Hillcrest Country Club, Kan sas City, for the third successive year won the woman's state golf champion? ship, defeatin.; Mrs. Lynn Wasson, of St. Louis, 7 u. and 0 to play, in the eighteen-hold final round of the tournament at the Bcllevue Country Club here to-day. -? Rain Defers Polo Match HEMPSTEAD.N.Y., Juno ID. Owing to the heavy rain of yesterday and this morning, tho final game fur the West bury Challenge <'up that was to have ; eon played on tho international field at Meadowbrook this afternoon, was postponed until next week. The Coop erstown nnd Meadowbrook first teams will bo opposed to each other. FEITNE? m WINNER. ' 1 f h a?-o s Onlv 17 of 63 Yachts ?? Cross Finish Line in Larchmoiit Regatta Out of a fleet of sixty-five yachts ! that started in the annual spring re? gatta of the Larchmont Yacht Club,: yesterday, only seventeen were timed ? by the regatta committee. Lack of ; wind was responsible. The breeze was : so light that the boats \vi re not able to cover courses that, were cut in half ; by the committee, in the hope that the craft would De able to reach the finish line. Six of the New York Yacht Club forty footers made up the largest class. They were sent over a twenty one mile course. Unfortunately it was ! once around the triangle and so it i was impossible for the committee to call off the race. The new rule of the ? Yacht Racing Association of Long Is- | land Sound stales that a yacht must finish in a class before 7 o'clock to "make it a race." Not a sinple one of the forties finished before that hour. Five came across the finish line just before S o'clock. They were not timed by the race committee. Class 1', the New York Yacht Club 30-footers and the first division of the handicap class were sent around a 16V_ mile triangle. Not a single one of these yachts was timed. The Sound schoon? ers were stopped at the end of the first round, the winner being W. M. Bald? win's Alicia. The Class U boats did not i finish, but in the Larchmont interclub ? class the winner war, Sirene, the prop- ; crty of R. W. Fraser. On both actual and corrected _ime ' A E. Black's Sally IX won in the third division of the handicap class. All the yachts in the division ?inished but Robin Hood III, which withdrew after fouling the first mark. Two out of six Victory yachts fin ished, the winner being Carry On. In the new Glen Cove-Mahasset Bay class the winner was Aqua Marine. The Stars, the knockabouts of the New York. Canoe Club, the canoes, the Orienta one-design yachts and the fourth divi? sion of the handicap class all gave up the struggle. Two of Class S sailed the course, the winner being Tea Ticket. The yachts were timed as follows: SOUND SCHOONERS?START, 2:35? ! COURSE, :??_ MILES Elapsed Finish. time, TRcht nn .2nwn. r. II M .*-' Ft .M.S. Alicia W. M. Baldwin... 5:51:24 3:16:24 Morla, C Cowl. 5:55:27 3:20:27 Allure, .1. W.-E P. A!k?-r. 6:02:23 3 27:22 ! Algol. I.. Hawthorn. 6:07:01 ? .?.2:01 j LARCHMONT rNTERCLUB?START, 2:10 ?COURSE, 6 Mi MILES Siren?, R. W. Fraser. 5:54:54 3:14:54 1 Whiff. H. Parker. 6:5.'.. 10 3:16:10 ? HANDICAP CLASS, THIRD DIVISION? START, 2:40?COURSE, 5V_ MILES Sully IX. A. E. Black.... 5:41:53 3:01:59 Quakeress, ?.'. s. Weyand. 6 53:66 3:13 56 Arethusa, W. A. Walters. 6:56:22 3:16:22 Arcadian, F. E. Raymond. 6:01:07 3:21 "P Robin Hood III. G. R. Gar: land -Withdrew. Corrected times on Sally I ."v. 3:01:59; Arethusa, 3:09:05; Quakeress, 3:11:12; Ar cadian, 3:14:47. VICTORY CLASS -START 2:46?COURSE, 5 4 MILES Carry On, Appleton-Durkln G 56:43 3:11:43 Mongolia, 11. M. Curtis .. 6:08:55 3:22:66 GLEN COVE AND M AN'!! ASSET BAY ONE-DESIGN CLASS?START, 2.50? . COURSE, i?, MILES Aqua .Marine, N. J. D, Ai barton . 6:13:34 3:23:34 Opal, C. H. Apnlcby. 7:07:14 4:17:14 Kip, FC. F. J. Seifert. 7:56:17 6:06:17 CLASS S?START, 3:50?COURSE, 5 Vi MILES Tea Ticket, H. Whlton Jr. 6:68:13 3:48:13 Spins*., r, C. Hammond Jr. 7:01:14 3:61:14 Yale Captain Outplays Gardner in Golf Final WILMINGTON, Del., June 19.?Sid? ney Scott, captain of the Yale team, defeated W. H. Gardner, of Buffalo, to-day in the final round of the annual invitation golf tournament of the Wilmington Country Club, 3 up and 1 to play. International League AT JERSEY CITY First Bam??: R. H. E. Buffalo .20300031 0?9 16 1 Jersey citv.o 0 0 0 10 0 0 0?1 4 4 Batteries McCabo and !????_(*?..> ugh; Carl si :... and Freitag, Second paru-: R. H. E. Huff filo .06000010! 0 11 o Jersey City.. ..0 0 0 0 0 o o 0 0?0 6 z Batteries?Rogers and Bruggy; Fergu son, Blemlller and Vanderbach. AT SYRACUSE First game: R H. E Akron .10 2 10 0 0 0 0?4 6 2 Syracuse .r> 0 n o o o o o i-~i 6 3 Batteries?Flaherty and Walk.r; Perry ir,.i n and Madden. Second gam. : R. II. E. Akron .....3 e _ 0 0 0 2 0 0?7 7 2 S\ ra.'U.i* .2 0 6 0 n 0 0 0 _ ? s i -, 2 Batterie??Sullivan, Halo and Smith Johnson, Klein, Tipple and Nl-bcrgall. AT REAPING R. H E. J*o?-he stir .1 2 0 0 0 0 10 0?4 7 0 Brad I ng I 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 x?7 10 1 Batteries?Carbon uni Manning; Brown nr.'l Konnlck. AT BALTIMORE Flrtit. gam?-: R H E Toronto ennoennoi-i ' 2 Baltimore ' .1 o l o .1 0 0 o i?6 11 ? Batterie??Ryan nn?l Devine; <.Ki?en an.l Egnn. Second game : R. H. E. Toronto .110 0 3 0 0 1 0?5 10 1 Baltimore . . . . 1 0 1 'n 2 o _ 0 1 ?_ 11 1 Batterie? - Qulnn, Bad?-! an?! Sandberg; Ogden, Knelsch, Frank and Casey. *flatch for Perry Annexes Golf Laurels At Fox Hills Staten Island Player Beats Clubmale. Newman, by 2 Vp in the Final Round By Ray McCarthy Two Fox Hills Club golfers. A. C. Perry and J. D. Newman, after elimi? nating ail of their respective oppo lenta in clean-cut manner, battled igair.st each other in a merry little tilt for their annual club champion? ship yesterday afternoon. This course of events probably was as it shoul I have been according to the law <* :" nature and other logical elements. In the fina! setto, Perry showed more steadiness than his clubmate and won the right to call h-.nvelf the Fox Hills Club champion for the next year. His margin of victory was 2 up". For the first time 6tnce play was ; started on Thursday, Newman's score ; rose higher than SO. He took S2 ! strokes to go around the hilly links that overlooks New York harbor yes? terday after.noon, whereas had he maintained the form shown in pre? vious contests he probably would have been the victor. Considering the fact that this is but the second tourna? ment Perry has played in for a year or more, his march to top honor.; can be considered a meritorious accom- ? plishment. Newman Beat Lawyer In the morning round, officially, the semi-final, Newman disposed of the j dark horse, A. I. Lawyer, of Albany, ; who threatened for a time to walk ; off with the main prize. The score of this match, which was well played ! and close throughout, was 2 and i. Perry, in the meantime, was repel? ing the other invader. Miller Jones, who had crossed the Island from the rival club, Richmond* County, to try his luck. Perry had an easier time 'han Newman, winning by 6 up and 4 to go. Thus when starting time ar? rived for the final, everything had been pretty well localized and prepared for a regular Fox Hills event. There was no great difference no? ticeable in the piay of the two finalists as they trampe?! the route yesterday afternoon. They drove practically alike on every hole, making pood, long smashes that generally sailed down the middle of the fairway and ran to pood lies. The putting of both nvv while not brilliant, was for the most part steady, and each got-about everything of reasonable legth. Hut Newman'.-; .' was the better short game poing out and as a consequence he was able to turn with an advantage of 1 up. \ Coming in things were reversed. Perry did the letter work with his irons, whereas Newman got off the line frequently, a little more so than Perry did going out, and accordingly was beaten. That is about the long and short of it. Perry Takes Lead Perry got the jump by playing the first two holes in par figures, while Newman, because of erratic iron shots, was forced to play one more stroke. On the third hole Newman laid his opponent ?'. stymie and cut down Per? ry's lead. Both played sound golf, as directed by Hoyle and the svre card, and got i"s on the long fifth for a half. Newman continued the good work on the sixth, crashing out a long Irivo which landed him on the green, and he holed out in two putts. Perry, swervi 1 from the main line on his drive, foil shy on his second and took three more shots to get down. Thus settled into his stride, Newman went the score card and his rival on-' better on the next hole by shooting a ; hirdie 4. His drive was a lallapaloosu, one of the screaming, bullet-speeding '? kind that starts a foot or so ab ?ve ground and doesn't reach the cresl of its flight until some 200 yards < ut. His next shot was also a corker, which left him high and dry on the green, whence he holed out in 2. Terry in the moan time was brinpir.g up the roar, two strokes behind, is ???.?? man also won the- eighth hole with some more nifty play that netted hir> :. par 4, while Perry took 5. Fach got a par 4 on the ninth, leaving Newman one to the good. At the tenth Perry promptly over? hauled the fast traveling Newman and cut down his lead by scoring a par 4. Newman got oft' the fairway on his sec? ond and was on in 3 to hole out in ',. Newman, who seemed able to do his best work on the long holes, got back the lead on the eleventh, a hole of 450 yards, which he made with a par ?"-. Perry required six strokes to negotiate the distance. Both missed putts on the twelfth and got down in 4s. Even on Thirteenth Going to the thirteenth, Newman's drive found its way into a bad lie. He barely got out on his second and his third took him to the far side of the' green, from where he made three putts. ? 5 was easy for Perry and left him on even terms once more. The struggle was even-steven for the next throe holes, both playing them in par figure? Then ctme the seventeenth, which cost Newman the match.. Both made good drives, but Newman's second, a mashie pitch, was ofT the line and landed on the vvge of the green. Perry's was quite good. Newman overran the cup by seven feet on his ? putt and took two more to get down, while Perry, playing it safe, scored a 4. On the eighteenth, Newman again played his iron poorly whiie Perry : pitched his nicely to the green and had an ea'sv 4 in front of him. Newman, on his third, was still thirty feet from the CUD. Their cards*. Out Perry .46655664 4?44 Newman . 5 6 5 5 3 4 4 5 4?41 In? Perry . 4 6 4 B 4 IS 4 4?38?12 Newman . 65464435 5?41?82 Walker Beats Wallace A. L. Walker, of Columbia, had little difficulty in defeating William Wallace, of the Scottish-American club, by 5 and 4 in the first sixteen. C. H. Paul, of Gedney Farms, won the honors in the third sixteen and J. Pulling, of Princeton, was the winner in the fourth sixteen. Morton L. Feary. of the Gar? den City club, won the low gross score prize with a card of 75?*>?69, and H. C. Buchanan took the low net prize with a card of 76?6?70. The summary: First Fixfoen?peml-flnal round?J. D. Newman. Fox HVf. .?efeatcd I. p. Law? yer, Albany. ; arrd 1 . A C. P?rrv. For Hllla, defeated Miller Jonea, Richmond County, 6 and 4. Final round?Perry defeated Newman. 2 up. Second slxtc-n?A. L. Walker, Richmond County, deflate? 1 O O. Baxter, Fcx Hllla, 5 and 8; W, Wallace, Scottish-American, detentad W. H. Youn?, unattached. 2 up. Final round?W a! lier dffeavd Wallace, 5 and 4. Third p|rtc?n???rr.'.-f.nal round?C. H. Paul, Oedney Farms. defeated A. E. Daw eon, F<*>x Hllla, 1 un; W, R"b?rta. Prince? ton, 'lcfcRti?i J. W. Brnndcr. Fax Hllla. 7 and 2. ! Inal round ? Roberts defeated Paul, 7 m-. ! 8. Fourth sixteen?fin', round?J. PuV-ir, Princeton, dofeated Fieri 1-Viueh. Sooulsh Amerlco n, 7 and 6, Beat low if?an acore?M, I.. Fearry, Gnr | den City, 76?6 ? ?if. Beat low net aenre?H. C. Buchanan, j Shac kmft xnn, 7'*.?8- -70. ?- ? ?College Resulta I Yale, 1 ; Princeton. 0. ? Harvard, 7 . Ttiftn. 0. I Holy ("roan, 4; Boatos Collega, 0. London T St. Paul Baseball 'Bug' Sends 'Bomb' To Sheriff D. H. Knott '"PHE psychological efTect of base? ball on Louis K. (?emmett, ?"in? ventor," of St. Paul, is indicated by a printed postal card he sent to Sheriff David H. Knott. in this city. "History of baseball," says (.em? mett, "should be investigated by attorneys, people in Congress, rules committee in Chicago, baseball commission, Cincinnati." Gemmett also "invents" the fol? lowing: "Bat the ball, make four bases that don't count on the score? board can beat 10-? bases before the eyes of the people. Elections is fools' day, if insanity should rule the public." Shamrock IV Scores Easily In First Test Upton's Cup Challenger Beats 23-Meter Trial Yacht by 13 Minutes ! 5 Seconds SANDY HOOK, X. J., June ? I Sii Thomas Lipton's cup challenger, Sham? rock IV, easily defeated ,; ? 23-meter Shamrock in the first trial race off here to-day. The challenger won by 13 minutes 15 seconds actual time over a triangular course of twenty eight miles. After consulting with Colonel Dun can Neill early to-day Sir Thomas ' ? ton went aboard Shamrock IV for the trial race. However, he soon chang? I his mind and went aboard the 23-met( r yacht. Both sloops left the r anchor age in tow at 12 ; 15. In light southwesterly breezes the ? - wi re *.;???? d on th dr fir * test. The starting signal was given at . 12. The challengi r ? n s? ; the start? ing 1 *?<? two second to early and *?- ? recalled, while the 23-meter b it crossed three seconds after the Bignal. The Shamrock IV returned and re crossed for a start at ?:03 ; v Hoth started down the Main Ship Channel to Scotlan i 1. y itsh p, the cha ? nger overtaking : he ? slowly but surely. Th.- cha lenger over hauled the 23-meter boat and passeed the lightship several lengths I . !( . 1. The triangular course was rever ed at the last minute in ord r to get windward work on the first leg. Men's 'Met' Singles Tourney Under Way With Large Entry Witb the largest entry in the lonrr: history of the tourney, the ai ?-en's Metropolitan singles lawn tenn ? championship tournament began yes? terday aftern on on the clay courts of 'he New York Tennis Club, at 238th Street an 1 Broadway. A total - f ll'??> players were drawn, including [chiya Kui agae, of Japan; S. Howard V'o shell, the playing-through champion, and Watson M. YVashburn. Both Kumagae and Washburn are former holders of the title. The tournament committee, hi by Albert J. Ostendorf, was confronted with a tremendous task * > bring the great field through the first two rounds, owing t i * he r ither limited i ? bei o) courts avai lable, but the were run off on sched lie time ind playing c? itinued until almost o'clock, so that the original field was well weeded out by evening. The tournament will continue all day to? day. Neither Voshell, Kumagae nor Wash burn got into action yesterday. Vo? shell and Washburn are located ::? the upper half of the draw, while Kumagae is in the lower section, so that the strength appears fairly well distributed. The summaries follow: : ' ?.il i tan championship singles Alfred ; Bir ? *** ??..-.. 6 ? 4, Sthvi ? ;? .?? V *?? C i Hugh :. N'ehring ?* E c V? he, 6 I. 6?-2; R I' iiobbs 1? r? at? G :; Hull 6 I. C ., Th . :*? ???? d Dtw?i ? ? I. '?'?' : ?? - ? ??? ? ...... ?. '.'. M Pis hei teal ? '? homas ? .'. ron ! H. H. ter by fault; C. 1 ford feated 7 J. Dean jr., ? I ? A !" V? a B? rnuth ? ?n Cr '? ' tiard Mar ? :...?.:-.. ?? ?? :'? ?:* v G V. i'ard 7 2. ! rrltl ?1er if I feated E J M? Cal ? ? i. 7?5; J. lire won from 0 by i fault George S ? Lang, 7 0?6, i S; Leon II feated H*. H. Bu2zinl, 6 .. 6 A F? cl w in from K. U Kishei l ?'.?:'?. lack Martin loi ited C ?' E 13 Rrese rjnfcal ' * a .._,;?:-.. 1 *SV. I Prltehard , ? ?' von fi .' M. Il ....:?? : Uli i. '* ?? .??V::? G?0. ? nd r? first ;* ? - do! ' * .. iskley, 6 : .- g ? ? ? ? ?:.'? ... .... W. K !?.;;-. ? -, A. 1* V , ,.-. [efeated r T W Iford, ! j H *?*? -?-'?? impf * R Does jr., 6- 2, 6?4; Riel : from J. W Fox b\ lefault; Donald Kere t?ey defeated li. E. Vei 6 2, 6 - S. ?. Cricketers Beat Columbia Oval Rover* Winning their third game in succ?s oi . ;. * ? annual cl mpioi of the New York a:.i New Jei ? Cricket Association i n he : grounds at Livingston ye tefday, th? .-leven of the Staten Island Crickel Tennis Club rolled un the huge * ?ta of 281 runs against the bowling of the Columbia Oval Rovers. Then, thanks to magnificent trundling on the part of C. A. F. Dewhurst and L. W. De Motte, they dismissed the field-weary visitors for 29. Xo less than eight of the Staten Isl? and batsmen, including G. M. Brown, R. St. G. Jones, W. A. Raehurn, C. A. F. Dewhurst, >.". F. Hart, 0. Groenings, T. A X. Walker an! L. W. De Motte, scored over twenty runs apiece, wilh s: xty-th re \ heade . Chandler Beats Pierson On Essex Fells Links CALDWELL, X. ,!.. June 19.?First round at match play for the presi lent' ?cup and sweepstakes in two classes were played over the Essex Fells Coun? try I tub links to-day. C. D Chandler beat C. Pierson, 1 and 3; R ibert Mc Cord boa* J. W. Sanders, 6 and r>: C. J. Hand ??eat C. J. ' Hiphant, r and 1; R. C. Brennan beat R. Roper, ! tip. C. C Squire won from C. R. Fox by <:- ' ult IR. M. Tracy won from A. H. Wiggins by default. In the Bweepstakes the best sc re; we! e : Class A Robert McCord, 81?10?71; R. Ropes, 90?13- -7_; E. H. Callinan, 95- IT_78;' C. E. Bacon, 82?7- 75; J. H. O'Connell. 85- 8?77. Class HI. S. Baxter. 93?22?71; H. S. Banghart, 101?22?79; P. J. Hand, H0?30?8?; C. C. Squire, IOS*-23?85. 1 ICI \Iiss F. Baliiii In Tennis Final For N. J. Title -Ves.t Sido Chib Star Meets Mrs. Wood To-day on the Orange C o u r t .* By Fred Hawthorne Mr?. Rawsi n T.. Y*? mer cham )ion of Fl iri la, and Miss 1 iin, both of the West Side Tenr s will fight to .s at 12 o\ aoi n to-day, .' r the title of w lawn tennis c i State of v..v Jersey, on 1 ? ? I i range Lawi station. .4,1 clock, . ! . S, stoddart will ' . ' ' ? Mrs. Robert i e R iy an l M i Edith Handy ? on the wi n'a New state champ ionship i yesl :. by d . .t;:*v; Mi ?-. Wo< ind Mrs. Lev Gouveri i?-2, in the nal round, aftei rs1 hav .. ? vanquished M ( :' :: nd Mrs. Percy L. W : ? - sen -. ' Hiss! ? v.?. ... * - shown thi ig ?ut the 1 . strokes can i '.. el's and the la ,'. ' its. Spectacular Play Mrs. Wood had to call all 1 r kill play to si .-??? off thi bid of Mis: Hand . 1 . | en, in tha h pi tic in turn, n.i shi ts, only to bi an 1 spectacular si lha off 1 The last set was very ?. ... real brill. . ? ? I I . meg ,. Miss Ha ball low, .?o that 1 I .... ? briiii ? ? ?? " ' : : ? nor r ;?.':?'. o ground ti - at the ? volleys ai ' , \"i w York Si fine play i ni ho cai ' - i the so m i I o? by Uv.;. havi ng pre\ ? and Per - '? . ? . Botsford by St rt e other c '? ? ' v?: ' ' '?. . ? i loar at Vonl ? a He ' . ?? ? ? : ? : ' played round, \\ '? ??" he - 9 7 by I- : li rick ? ? . re 1 d e r i ng u n no ? to tu . . ' Joliffe Battles Hard Vran Dcventi vi * ?. in !.. - ma te i ki'i . 6?4, 7?5, in I then Kynaston, ne tri listi t, to 1 the New Jersey* si i- ?? once, ] , Kyi full control !-*. and .?'?:' . 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