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Cirrus First by Head in Brooklyn Handicap ?Tilden Defeats Conqueror of Johnston
Ensor's Phenomenal Ride
Deprives Boniface of Prize
25.000 See Hildreth's Colt Barely Nose Out Ross
Entry in Turf Classic; Mad Hatter Lands Con-'
solation Money in Big Race at Aqueduct Opening
By \V. J. Macbeth
Samuel C. Hildreth's Cirrus won the historic Brooklyn Handicap at
the Aqueduct track yesterday afternoon. The four-year-old son of Tracery
_Morningside, which had been despair of as'a hopeless ?is late a? last
September, ran on of the most impressive races this sentimental classic
has even '..* wn : finish in front of one of the vest best fields that ever
grace-"! the afifair.
Cirru?. admirably p:!ot??-d by Buddy-? ?
Ensor, a boy who can get as much out
..? a ?'-, ? any lad in silks
".'hen be is disposed to give of his
(forts, r Itl mile and an eighth
.? the ?ne tin ' 1:50 fiat one of the
. ever seen in a
grookl . - which was ;' rst
? pol at Gravesend
back in It
Under Ensor's brilliant horseman?
ship Cirr - ?? ?' ? ?us' '""?-' enough
^e?f (_*. ' L K. L. Ross's h >m ? ?
little Bon y a scant head. Five
lengths back Mad Hatter, a stablemate
ef Cirru ;, finis! la head in front of
flfjllig Sha pe Kilmer's Externi nator
for third money.
Bann.r Crowd of Season
The Brooklyn Handicap whs the fea?
ture of '?'" openin ' ? '. leens
County Jo< ub's spring i ol
sixteen days and one of the larj
trow?4..- of 1 . r sea -.,. -, was i n
hand. Probably never before was a
greater multitud c . fine I within the
popular Aqueduct plant. The crowd,
which rem nded ot a Saturday, was
too lars?* ' ? ? rt. Even during tl
running of the various trials, while
pandstand and ais ?? and
itairways wen : ed to suffocation,
it n.,. ? ? . re ect !wn _-,?s one sou.
rr.ass oi straw hat s.
On the clu ' iwn and verandas
the mass was almost as dense, thi ugh
lomewhat more picturesque and varied
,n color. Some thousands of overflow
lined the rail beyond the grandstand
fr.closure, v.l.er,? the old field stand
used to be, and also the other way I om
the clubhouse to padd< ck. Not a few
had to find refuge in the infield. It
il pretty safe to say that between 20,
WO and 25,000 were ch< ring ike mad
,s F.nsor and San le fought their great
duel throu^r, the ::na: furlong.
A field of seven as handsome thor
nghbreds as one well could picture
i "o the post for the Brooklyn.
.very one of the seven named over
aighl a *-?. ? primed to the second for
this great contest for fame and for?
tune. Tl Ided money carries
It! appe il, f i n in an e\ ent which
appear?. . pei that every one of the
contestar:".- received i good play.
Even E. B. McL? . , ? P? nor. one
: the topnot hers from the Middle
W.st, disguised the Ravages of his
hurried trip from old Kentucky. The
Porter arrived at the track only a few
nours before race time. A missed con
" n, thai should I '? -; brought him
?to New York Wednesday, delayed his
.rrival *_*111 yesterday morning. This
informal "? iut as i-\;_: n
ten will at a track and was probabl
teiponsible r.ot onlv for the *
?hl\ race of The Porter, but also for
t that the "wive on? -" teered
dear of him.
Mad Hatter Sets Pace
Starter Mars Cassidy took pains to
?et the field away well aiu! did succeed
m lendir.i' it off cavalry front. Mad
?latter, out for the Tir?: time this sea?
son, was as usual fractious at the post.
But he broke away from his middle
Hsition - toes and L?veme
Fetor sent him .1 ng ;.'. his fa
? ip. The table joi key had evidently
been ir ?". 1 carry s fiel I i
it he? - ? - _p 1 if p issible,
leaving ?? so to rate Cirru3
i? to be- ... a good position to strike
tome when thi ? ti n ty ?.resented
helf : ? ?trel :h.
Mad ::':.-' r fi r .. flew over the first
(Barter. But ( in is, ; is stable com?
panion, had plenty f early foot, too,
nd well np the 1 5tr< tch the Hil
iteth entry running ne-1 wo . I
3?_rus, to the c_:.;i_e. iapped on Mad
Batter. Wl tn Wildair, the only
three-year-old in the race, but a
? : : ? nevertheless,
?ai third on the rail, with i: niface
- ~ t o? i ."??- *.< rms. Thi Pi rter,
taniu end Extern nator. a length be
... '?? . and Boi face, bro ?ght '
I the rear heads apart. A blankel
?aid I v., ?-.-. ed fhi ?
In the run I ? Lanius im?
perad hi. position, as did Ext?
?at?, and ng so thej - ? m?
pt aome troubl I ?'? . r ai ri
i'>"'.:?c<-. The? - two w re in *
p_rterj near *. ? rail in the rui
?? turn - turn Wi
"-??:?' got thr -:?, by sc me ski r ;
aanirralatic -. ? ?- ' An w
Bit he cou ; ?<? h a o :
*Mty? Tl ? .- ! ha
w. Wildair
'2^er. droi
?hi Port, - by I d cl ucked
t too. Lan - d rnnninj well
??win i in er, b it had
'..-':?'?"? ? around the far turn.
a?M way . ai d the bei d Ens r de
??-*- " ? bid with Cirrus. He
**nt to the outside of Mad Hatter
;' ib 1 : ma, and then began
'* craw a
"?-rinj.e 'ong stretch Cir
*-'--."-'? ' v - .-, ,,* his atable mato
?J that } ? or ?? a .1 - to. pick the
:'v ? - ? ten yards oui fron
''? fail, it, wa not until the fi< Id : a I
" - - ? . for ? he run home that
U .,; ?? ..- ,. fa r-,.> . !8t I
'-?-"" Bon face was capable, i c!os<
Bttteri : ? . - : the Roa -.
"-_"<?_,y v.- ? ?j turbed in
'"?it. Oi ? tened for home,
?9*tttr. ?*ent to wo? ; with
I . how.
' tan - ?.--? -;,- the rail, and it
-'? ' ? a quarter of a mile 'rom
-?'v.--. I ridci
?i of Lanius to
??** a chance on r----<r.,.* out around
\ ??? - pair.
'?-? - ' ? face did .-< t el< at he
!/*''? ?*? a ntly hopeless ?terr.
ftl_ "?? : iasi furlong thi
j^?*, w.-.v ii won the Excelsior Hand!
flj -r-t -.:?. -? should have won the
*-8rb_T: bat for bolting with victory
*?;_.- f- ? ?? raced over the Hildret)
AQUEDUCT
?Well FiHed Events
!N( | |.;,| *.(,
The Hanover
Handicap
VlttAT KAf f! IT 2_M T. M.
i? *'<?'???' A A I
7?T* -?'?? ? .,-, '. 7- I
f..* *'" ??..'.? .' i? / !??? -.<,??
?Aj' >'? '??>, I 'tit. W.'Jb, \.m %? M.
X??*1 **'* tmmmtveii i'?r l>i/),ri, on
?r___l %mmn& %-. .<, r._ .??. |LM
aine '/...; '
pair. He caught and passed the game I
Mad Hatter at the sixteenth pole and
gained on Cirrus with every stride.
? .' y yards fr*>m home, with Sande 1
and Ensor riding like demon.--. :t
?coked as if Boniface would overcome
his earlier hard luck. But he hung '
momentarily ?n or.( stride there. And
though he came on again resolutely
he ?ust failed to get up, though he:
would have won in another couple of
strides; l irrus, the winner, straight
as a string, just la: ted.
'1 he Greentree Stable's Syos-et, at
i Ids on, won the Layside Steeplechase,
r/own Hall, which lost Jockey Will?
iams at :;??? first fci?ce, kept the course
all the way an,i interfered with every?
thing >.!:-?, finally causing Candidate
II, t i fall at the eleventh jump.
J. K. !.. Ross's Star Voter, for whicb
he pa d $15,1 10 as a yearling at Sara-j
toga last year, beat a lot of high class
* ?. o-year-i Ids in the third race at five
furlongs. Star Voter, never let down,
?? lo] ??;! in 0:59 3-5. Ross's Lion d'Or
? I himself n fine thoroughbi ? : V
v tu victory #ov( i Xv . . ?
ist in the Kingston Handicap, at -v
and a half furlongs, in 1:18 2-5, within
two ^fifths of a tecond of Maskette's
track" !?? cord.
The Quincy Stable's Brigadier Gene?
ral, favorite, won the closing clash, of
five furlongs, without being extended,
from Nancy Le??. This one was so
good he was able to overcome the dis?
advantage cf an outside position
through the elbow chute.
?
Englishwoman Wins
?V
On Shawnee Links,
By Score of 4 and 3
SHAWNEE-ON-DELAWARE, Pa..
Jun< 24.?Mrs. Charles M. Knight, the
Englishwoman now representing Gar?
den City, won her first round match
in the invitation tournament at the
Shawnee Country Club to-day, and as
a result will take on Miss Edith Cum
mings, of Onwentsia, in the second
round to-morrow.
Others to survive to-day's play were
Mrs. (j. Henry Stetson, of Hunting?
don Valley, and Mrs. Ronald II. Bar?
low, the Merion Cricket. Club repre?
sentative who has von every invitation
meeting at Shawnee.
Mrs. Knight always looked like a
winner against Miss Daisy Ayrey, a
countrywoman who also belong.-, to
Garden City, and the first named won
by -i up and 3 to play. Miss Cun.
rnings, who defeated Mrs. Caleb F. Fox,
former Philadelphia champion, had to
p?a;." an extra hole.
Mrs. Fox stooti 1 up going to the
home hole, but the Western girl not
onoly won there, but also on the nine?
teenth. Mrs. Statson disposed of Mrs.
J. Raymond Price, of Oakmont, by 6
up and 5 to play, the same maVgin by
which Mrs. Barlow beat Mrs. F. C
Letts, former Western champion.
Three members of the Meehar
family of North Hills qua':: led in the
second eight, Miss Sara?? and Miss H
Me? ' tn both winning their matches
The last named played two extra hole;
to defeat Miss E. Metlock, of Wyoming
Valley.
The summary follows:
First ??:- V (first - ?ui ' ; Mrs Charle
M Knight, Gar ? ?? Cil y, beat Miss Dais:
Ayr? i ; ? r len C ty ; up a nd 3 to play
Miss V;? h Cummings, Onwentsia, bea
Mrs. Caleb 1*. Kux. !!???? rig ? n Valley
: up (IS holes) ; Mrs. ? : Hen ry H ?* - n
': ml rig ! :. ? Mrs. J. H lymon?
i 6 up and 5 ' ? ;?:.:
Mrs P. nald ii Bari iff, >?!? ri? n V at 77- ?
i ? ' Letts Onwenl sla, 6 up ;? rid ? I ? pli
Sec? ! ghl (first i Mrs. 1-7 !?'
Betz hla ? 'ounl ry ? II ub, be? I M .
r lio I den *? Ii Hills, S up and 7 to play
.7..--> Sarah Meehan, North Hill?, b??a
Mrs !.. re, Nortl mpton, 7 up an :
Miss H Meehan, N >rth >!'.*.:??. b ???
Miss E ... . ick, Wyoming Valley, 1 u
hoi Mra. O. i'. Williamson, Wyom
ins Vail I ??. Mrs. J. F. Meehan, Norti
i p an d 6 to p 1 a y.
Yale Oarsmen
Beat Harvard
\vo Races
Elis Win Impromptu Con?
tests by (Hose Margins;
Regatta on Thames To-tlav
NEW LONDON, Conn., Juije 24.?In
marked contrast to the gay -cene of
previous years, New London main?
tained a dignified mein tonight on the
eve of the annual Yale-Harvard re?
gatta. While the leading hotels were
comfortably filled an?! the usual dis?
play of college colors prevailed, there
was little in the way ox hilarity to dis?
tinguish the evening from any other
during the summer season.
The entire absence of college boat
race atmosphere was puzzling to the
old timers who have been attending
the classic regatta for many years.
Not a varsity yell was reported during
tho afternoon or evening:, and if there
was any wagering on the outcome of
the four-mile race to be rowed late
to-morrow afternoon ?t. was conducted
without the customary proclamation of
both odds and other distinguishing fea?
tures so prevalent in the past.
The air of sedati , however, did
not obtain at the rival crew quarti rs
several miles*up the Thames, for dur?
ing the afternoon there were two im?
promptu races, in which Yale was twice
victorious. The varsity eights were on
the water just beim*" twilight for a
final paddle to keen muscles limbered
for the big c? i tesl ? ol the morrow.
Jn the race for combination ei ht?,
composed of substitutes and ? ?era
who will n it <? imp? te in I he ? v v - of
*1 regular regatta, the Yale crew de
ted the Harvard oarsmen close to
two lengths over a one-mile course.
The time was Yale, V.'!!; Harvard,
In the half-mile race for gentlemen
crews, consisting of former 'varsity
oarsmen, the result was the same, Yale
winning in 2:33, while Harvard finished
in 2:35.
Fortune smiled aprain on Yale in the
toss for position in the races of to?
morrow. As a result the Blue oars?
men will row on the east side of the
river ;ii all three races for 'varsity
junior and freshman crews.
The boatings of the 'varsity crew.-:
YALE
Position. Xame. Wt Ht. Age
Stroke..V ?*. Peters.17; (V 1
7. Q. C. Ellis.177 62 7'
6.1. .!. S V v [In. . .175 ' 2Vi :
f? . . .* . . .J. II. Flagg. 173
4 .S. 'V H? .171 5.11
3.P. All. r.(....! 7 ? .
7.r. S. Moulton.17 ? ?
Bow. . ,D. O, J n ii ill . . ,11S " "
C< !.i:. Cara in.118 7.7
HARVARD
Stroke..R. Jenney.359 5.!) 2.
7.lt. K. Kane.190 ?v :
6.M. 17 ? lmsted.IS? 6 x
5.V Terry.187 6.4 ;
4.!.. ii. McCagg.i:?4 6.4 : .
7.1. A. Bur :? .i.181 ?77
7.F B I.othrop. . . 176 7 11 7
BOW. . . . V.*. i ?;? .is ... 60 6.1 7
Cox ... .17. !. V ... on. . !
80 Tennis Flayers Start
In Sunningdale Tourney
The annual ope : li ,vn tennis tourna?
ment of the .V:?: ingdalc Country.Club
of Scarsdale began yesterday afternoon
with eighty players entered' 1:? thi
men's sin,,.es. Several matches wer?
played in the first round an i a goodlj
number of defaults helped to cut dowi
the original field. - Man*;.* Sa?
foatetl Sigmund Spa( th at (1 1, 6?2
and Manfred Goldman vanquishe?
Henry B. O'Boyle at 6 ? 3, 1 6, 8 G
in two of the feature matches. Th?
tournament will continue to-day.
The summaries follow:
7 unnlngdu . ? ? lounl ? Cli b's men's o] ?
singles (firs' round) N. lt. Sinclair de
feateil \V. H, Ruxlon, 6 : . J. W
Fox def? ..?" : 17 lia? he I, 6?1 ; Man
fred ? loldnrmn d? fea i ed Henry < ?'Bo: le
C??:;, l? 6, - ?'?. Howard Ri illy ? '
V A, Sa mst ' '7
p.nd roui ry Sa ha defeat e?
Sigmund S ; aeth, I I. 6? '?; "?' R. K< ? n?
defeated Ai th ir - -? nbei g, 5?4,
I ? mil ?...: . ??:.?'.-: 17. V ino? .-. ?
Stars in Singer (?ames
Many Olympic contendei'3 will ap
pear at the annual ? prin : mei t of th?
Singer Employees Ai -ociation to b?
held at Bennetl Field, El il ! hpi rl
N. J., Sunday afternoon. Ted Merc
dith, Loren Murchison, Johnny Sim
mons and Cvv, the Navy flier, ar<
expected to compete,
Racing Summaries
AQUEDUCT RACETRACK, JUNE 24
V/EATHER CLEA R; TRACK FAST
'171 : :'**''T RACH5?TUB KINUSTON ! A.*-.1-' AI*, roi Ihreo-yoar ?Ids ajid upward; ;i-,ir<w. $1.20(1
Mid ?i ? ?V rurl >!.,;s - rt good; w?/n t?-. ?. ; place Irivlng Timo, i :-. 7 :.. W.er,
-. b_ V- > a:..- ?'.''.- <?? - i K !. __': ._ Trainer. II 'I W
_a-_r.:~" V_??<. "???? " ?" ni-'. !? ? ? ?? inae . K
: ? ?. ?'Or . 180 s ii xT> :? 7>t H Bande. V 5 2 ! ' i
-, ? * ii-I . 131 ?I 7 4- S?V4 8'& 2? 'Aimer. 3 4 5-2 I
41 - R per . 1 ' VJ :i 8 61 .7 4Vi 3? Mooucy. 15 2?J 20 S 4
4: -. Coi liane? ...... Ill 2 1 . : tj V 4' Solan. 7 6-2 7 7 4-5 1-3
?T!' Krewci . IOS i 3 5*vi 6: S? 71 Pator. I y 5 3-2 ?-S
42" Ima trav . 109 B t 3"-;, 4V4 ?* t?h Kulsay. 15 2? 20 >l 4
I -, Tippet; WitcheL. ?18 4 3 7'- 7- x ?-o x ' Barrett. : 3 5-2 4-i x
. . - :r . !" 7 7 S S_M_ S ., ? ?.: ???;.. ' _*" j_ ,_2 1 I
:. ci il'Uf waited on t...- pai? until well ,Vv i-'? '?'??<> stretch, ?en l ie :? i V no effon
\: '? won Ai he pleased N&turaJlat ?n.? always well up and 7?? ; no ex? . -? Super ? i* '? ??? ??-'t of
?round b tho run through the ?trctrh Tlppity Wltchut was uv ??- ., <??:??-: 1er.
A10 M;mN!> BACO?THE i'.AYSIIV .-I.i.l.lN'i STEErUJCilASE; I r : car-olds and u;>
:? - I -.,.:; lw ? ?..??.- Start ?rood; ? . plore Irivlng I*?m ?, 4:17 4-5.
Winner ,- Lor fltella Owm-m-. ?,"??-?.? -? ?? --?< ? ?'... 1
! ' St. V> 1 IVi l?*1n I ?: . Ii 1 :'..
Met ....... . 14H 2 3 4 7- Is :'???!'?'. 1 1-5
, ? reen ....141 3 1 7 ? ? *? 2"> 2""' Morg or . 2 5-2 2 8-5 1-4
108 Kar ??.?.- ... X - 5 4 ::= 4 3 ?">?.- 20 20 20 0
Candidato II . .. 141 : 7 in :' Fell. Ilaynoa . 7 - 7 S-2 3-5
V?_4_ _Utax, rider,_ \VI ??:..*. :, _ 15 12 7 ;
? .<?? ? . ????- ..- .-. ?a roady and won undor v.t..; . ?-... ??.->? ?. ? ? ?.. I ?na. Bor
locker ran 1. 'ii' race A stirrup ?trap un T ?-.-. liali broke ., ng ravel tho Hrsi jump,
<17'i THIRD RACE?Ktar two-year-olds; punie. $1,000. rirt? furlong* Start good; won easily;
1 * '?* :? ??.-r ?j.-.-. .-?: Tuno, I !'.? . Winner, oh. c, by Bal) t urry Night. Owner, J. K. I. Hobs.
Tiii.i.?-- ?: a !'? Iwall _^_
? .'?' |4_A_>>!)_ ?"'? Joikgy. _<.?}??? V ?"'?" I'l?-e. t__
? ? 1 tax ?.'?H?r .11 4 3 7? l ?'-j ! - ; v ?-.?.. .. : 1 4 . :
I?? Jog . 113 2 4 H? 41 2Vj 7' i au ?. ?1 10 s 7 j ;
?40 Mrwlr . 10S '.' 2 2?? 2V.?i 8?*V4 '*?? K.I.I . 10 12 10 4 f
? Normal . 118 1 0 '?-? '?.. -i? - .?..?.. ? , i 4 * 5 ; *,
- s. ?>-7:?'M . 110 H '. ?; j ::?.? 4= 5? Turn?. 4 1 4 6-5
- Ha.u . 105 ?? " 7- K? ? . Itan it..... 1.1 V 77
(378) Mi?lnw . U0 S 1 :? 6? 'i: x'?< Kummer.... !" 20 20
4?H <''-v\*.r I>?rri<-,a .. 103 8 - - 7? y ' '! .30 '?> r,0 13
?, B Hwai : D 40 Vi
S'..- \ drew ?it a] the '?? r? . iu?l .: ? loved (ho real <>i the dlstania?. Jug ?u much
t?^t >/' the other? M??rl>- ran en lnjpni?ivl rae?
4,74, ?VOURTH BACK '."?'il i'.it?;i?h'l.' ??; IIA.NIHPAI*; tot tbreo-year-old? and upward; puree
'1'''1' $: 500 Oi ? '.'- ??? ? ?? ; ? ??'??' ?"--!. ??ni clove! ?? placo driving. Time,
? ,.- ? . ????, ?, ' ' ? ,? ' ' - trainer. 8. O Hlldr? u?.
, . Wt. P.P. . ?? ? ' ? i. I ?j "? I! V '* ? F'la>-e
... 108 II 'l ~ . ?-. j 11 " I > ??? 5 0 9-2 7-1
?i i: ? ? v 122 2 '? I ' ? 7" -.'?? il . v 11) s 5-2 0
UiUte ? V - - V. ? , .- -? . ?:
< '. '. ,'.-r . 124 " 4 7 4" V I? -.- 4 ('. 2 X
, i i.,- i ?. 'I -. ; ' ' 8V4 7'?? ???:?'?. 7 . i ;
I' ?..; ..-. . .?_,.,.; ;.,,.?,.
'?? '.',. ? , - _>?? 17 :??? 7 '?? .^.- _-_''? ' 3-2 7 1 1-4
? ; ' ' . <
:. '- ???? ? i ?? ???.-. el ? ? Mad Hatter t ng dfiwn the backitrei
him ? ? far mi ? - .. . . ........... , ... ....
i>* ?. -.-. 'f.: i. ear i . ? I * ? ? ? flu ? ??: ??? ?? " ?? I I
lu m ;., ? ? i; ' ? ? ' ? ?:??<???' -???" ' . ' ? ill ' .
". to gr( . i i : ? ? ?' u the rail al I rfxtgl ?'? , I re? i; gol
Uig the but dn . . .
17*? r,!'";!l ,tA' ' ' ?'" ' " ? I upward; ; " ?? One mile SI rl
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12 4 4 | M'HiiiUI 10 12 Ii H .1
4 - ' . ? ' ' I J . , ' . I'. .. . I] ' . ? .
. 104 ? * '. I ? i ? . _5-2
Hill ' . ...'..: II. : ,..
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< ' i'.- ... i? ' : ? 61 '?''.' ' !? ?or 30 ' n ?,i] |o
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: . . 13 ! 13 11 l It/wan . J0 :'. 10
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uv ??-.. n?? .... , | , , , a |
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', .'.*/i'/ J>.<) ?iV'V *t?i,l ainlJ^w.g ?ii ?fiL <>?i> ?Ur-iX* tau a iV) g-"! nu". Iliulll? ?iloso-l ItTOCUt
Quaker Star Overcomes
Parke in Straight Sets
American Brats Briton at
Wimbledon 6?3, 6?2.
6-1 ; Williams Is Victor
? By Arthur S. Draper
?A < able to The Tribu i.
Copyright, 1920 N'ew Yorli Tribune, Trie
WIMBLEOON, England, June 24.?
America is revenged, his afternoon.
' on the famous center court of the
Wimbledon Tennis Club. William T.
niden, 2d, of Philadelphia, laid low
tl ! mighty John Cecil Parke, eon
v eror of William M. Johnston, of Cal
rnia, in the fourth round of the
all-England singles championship
* uirnament, by a score of 6? 2, 6- 2
6 -4.
A great crowd witnessed the down?
fall of the British veteran ?nterna
? i nalist, and the kaleidescopic changi
of pac? employed by Tilden, hl- wizard
? shots of every variety, and the
blinding speed he used, completely
overcame 'h<> steadiness of Parke, who
stood, litrally helpless in amazement,
at si me of the . hot - Tildan brought
off.
i here are few men on the court who
ci n rip a low drive over I >? net with
I he dazzling ppace thai Id n cai co -
I mand, and when ho mixet these hots
up with tricky chop strokes t ai all
short into f, re-court, ( r block-volli ;
! that leave the ball barely floating over
!'!.?- net, the effect on an opponent is
! discourag ". to e y I ' - lea -". Tildei
. : all tins in his match with Parke
-day. and in addition he alternat?
his service with masterly control, mix
I ing U] liia "cannon bal " di i vi ry with
lis heavily topped reverse twist, so
? .- the British internatioi 1 nevi r
'.. ev |uite \vh wa1 to e_ p.,
B fore the mi h took the c url Tilden
ruled a sligh favorite, although there
was a feeling of quiet confidei c< am u ?:?
tl . British clemenl in the stands that
Parke would one?, more prove supreme,
as he had when defeating Johnston the
day before yesterday. Once it was seen,
however, that it was Tilden's day, the
crowd aplauded with tremendous en
thuslasm whin, the American executed
sh its of amazing brilliance.
Richard Norris Williams '--d, of P'nil
v lelphia, raised America's colors to the
top again, when he defeated Axel
Gravem, of California, by a -core of
7 r.. 6 0, fi -1. Charles S. Garland,
: of Pittsburgh, gained his bracket to?
day by vanquishing J. Masterson, an
Oxford student, by a score of 6? 4.
?? 2. 6- 1. his playing showing a grad?
ual but steady improvi ment as the
mal ch pi gressed. Will iams, after in
erratic firsl set, struck his veal stride
and swepi Gravi m off the court by his
peed ? I agi r ? veness,
Con? tions : r the matches were
'. :. to-day. Just before Tilden and
Parke took the court King George
r- cess Mai ;., the Duke of York, Prin?
cess '?' : ' oria, Prii ce Henry and the
lion. C.aptain James Stewart entered
the roj al uox.
The first set wenl along evenly on
vcrvicc up to . :1 in Tilden's favor.
In ? he nexl gai ?-. with Pai ke holding
ervice, the ! Ingiishman led at " 'van
? in," but then Tilden made i t
"deuce" with one o? his dazzling stop
'. on his opponent's second service.
i . r! o i tood still in Iris tracks : s the
ball barely came over the net, while
;; ? crowd let Eorth a burst of ap?
plause.
Tilden then rushed straight ahead,
?winning thai gn m .' and then the nexl
his own ser\ ice. Parke took his
? third game . s ".: len drove into the
n ' ????? ice, ar I ? ' the Amej ?can v on
? tl next', riving 1 . i the sot at G 3.
Tilden c - : inn? ?1 to gain in speed
? ni. ! :.: gn .?ven' ? as the match wer.
' on, ?;?'.:. ?; icond el al I 2
liti ral ly s mol h ring Pari ??'? re? u rn
i il cutting the ball off hi rt at the
In ;;. ? third ? nd final .set, the
men alternated on games up to 3-all
Tilden then broke through Parke's de?
livery and won lus own, making it
. 3. Parke won thi ninth and thci
Tilden came through with the ' mth
, ' Parke drivi ng oui ? ;' c iur1 as he : ried
, to scor ? ?':' :; . Ami i ?can's terr! c sei v
ice leaving Tilde.*. the winner of the
match in straight sets.
Sloop Resolute Picked
To Defend Trophy
Against Shamrock
r|MiE Resolute, designed and built
1 at Bristol. R. !.. by Nat Her
reshoff, will defend the America'.
Cup against Sir Thomas Upton's
Shamrock IV in the international
races to be sailed off Sandy Hoc'?*,
in July. This fact became known
here last night following the Rrso?
lute's seventh victory over the
Vanitie on Wednesday at New.
port.
From an authoritative source it
was learned that, while the Amer?
ica's Cup committee, of which W.
Butler Duncan is the head, has al?
ready selected the Resolute as the
defense yacht, the announcement to
this effect may not be made until
Monday. It was originally intended
to withhold the official announce?
ment of the selection until tiie
Resolute and Vanitie are brought
here on July 6 to be measured at the
Morse Iron Works, in Brooklyn.
Hasen and Barnes
Do Much Better
On British Links
BURHILL, England, June 24.?Both
Walter Hagen and Jim Barnes, the
.merican representatives in the Eng?
lish open golf championship, showed
much better form in the concluding
half of the qualifying round here to?
day than they did yesterday, Hagen
to-day went around in 71, which is ' e
^rokes better than he did yeslerday.
His total score was 147 for the two
day's play, which placed him third in
the list.
Barnes's score of 7t to-day, seven
strokes better than yesterday's, gave
him a total of 1.55, placing him about
twentieth on the list of those qualify?
ing. From this can be judged th?1 qualr
ity of competition for Barnes, al'hough
only eight strokes back of his Ameri?
can rival, is far down in the list.
lia,-.;; performd brilliantly all the
way to day. His drives were tremen?
dously long on virtually every hole, and
his iron sh is ..ere -o well placed and
accurately made thai he had liltle to
do on the greens.
Barnes played in his usual steady
and non-spectacular manner. He would
have had a better score had it n?*-t
been for a tree which blocked his path
to too green on the twelfth hoi? after
he iiad driven. Consequently he had
? : ; lay back and lose a couple of
: trokes.
International League
: -
GAMES TO-DAY
Akron at Jersey City (two).
Toronto at Reading.
Rochester at Baltimore.
BulTolo at Syracuse.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Akron, 5; Baltimore, 4 (,"> ins., rain).
Jersiv City, 2:; Rochester, 1.
Reading, 4; Buffalo, 'l.
Toronto, ti; S>racuse, 1.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W. !.. Pet. W. L. Pet.
B'more. . 38 22 .633 Read'g. .0 30 ...00
roronto.. 39 23 .629'J. City. 25 35.417
Buffalo . 37 22 .627lRoch'r. 23 39 .371
Akron... 33 25 .569?Sy'c'se. 15 11.254
Ail Favorites Come Through
?i? Ardsley Tennis Tourney
Miss Pollak, Miss Wagner,
Miss Cassel and Mrs. Ray?
mond Reach Semi-Finals
By Fred Mawthorne
Miss Helen'' Pollak, national indoor
champioi ; Ml a Marl?: Wagner, Miss
Clai Cassel, v. inner of the tourni
last year, and Mrs. Edward W. Ray
irn v , :' irmi r metropolitan I :! le h? ldcr,
reache ! the seni i-final round ? :' tin
-.'. ? n ii'a invitation . ingh - law n tennis
toui im< nt of : a : Ardsli y Ch b, at ?
'? i y-on-Hudson, yesti i lay afti r
:.' ? II.
Cassel and Miss Walsh and
Mil i Wagner and Mrs. Lewis i!
neur Morris gaim i their semi-final
round bi ackel ? in the women'i d
; and half a dozen teams read . I .
v .; : before the semi-final in the
mix d doubles. A1! ev, nts will be
brought into thi final rounds to-day.
Ev< rybody played true to form in
the ! ingles- that is, the favoi itc; won
as they were c-x?.cd to do,
altl ?ugh in . ome ca -? ; hard rushed. .
: v . ; rticul_,rly so ii the mat ches
1 ? ' wei :. M : ? - Cassel and Miss Phyllis
,Vi Ish and Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Ed?
ward V. Lynch, Eastern New York
?va?'i'.' ?01 .
Tl afteri o n a* 2 o'clock Mis.-* Pol?
lak will face Miss Wagner in the upper
i.;.. ' and ::, the lower the opposing
playi i ? will be Miss Casse! and Mrs.
!.. m on d.
; or a time ?1 1. oked as though Miss
i el was doomed to defeat at the
hai Is of Miss Walsh, for the tail Phil
hia : "??? r, in ! ho Ii i sr set, com?
plete .'. outplayed her opponent. Miss
Ci d d no! seem avie to gel I ?
proper depth to her ground ':* roki s,
h thi ; suli ! ! .? M iss Walsh, forc?
ing thi nel beautifully, smothered her
i nl S'sh :". soft returns by splen
voll ii g : nd severe smash : ng.
It was not until ' he si coi d si t had
pot well atai led * hat Miss ('as ?el ral ?
'? lied and he.-an to drive deeper through
: . ? , pponi nt'? court, al tin ame I. me
g in beh vd hi r forcin . : roke
? nil wit] ?hoi thai were both
sharply angled and
, ?incident wi th thi: ?mpro\ ? nt in
? the cup hold? r's pln\. Mi ..als h
game underwent a corresponding slump.
.,*-!?,,' los! control of ),? : fine volleying
? hot.- ?nd ? ? ? ?.-n ??n her ?/: mind Lrol
'was not hitting the ball cleanly. After
gettinf* a sub I ritial lead in the sec?
ond sel she lost that an?! in the third
Miss Cassel was easily superior, in
<: her pus ing shots being all of brill
? ?anl.
Mrs. Raymond found Mrs. Lynah an
opponent worthy in every way, ami
here was a match distinguished by
many hI in ing ralli? ft om all over i he
court, Aft?r dropping tin first three
games m tin? opening set Mrs. L^nch
tightened up and iit_,rted to "stroke"
b?r (hots with mi'.*_ power, alao driv
?ng so (?eep and so accurately that Mrs.
Raymond found it dufficult to hold
her own.
After bringing the games to 4-all
Mrs. Lynch dropped the next two, for
the set, when Mr?. Raymond cania
thi ugh with several dazzling place
men1 shots for the corners. In the
second set there was a still keener
struggle, with the game alternating up
to 3-alI. Mrs. Lynch then went into
the lead, but was unable to hold her
;. Iv tntage over Mrs. Raymond when t le
latter found the openings with splendid
for the openings.
Miss Pollak was not going at her
I ist, her drives lacking their usual
spei 1 and snap, and this was probably
because of the soft turf surface, which
sh not yit accustomed to. After tak?
ing the first set from Miss (aroma
Winn at 6?2, the indoor champion fell
off !tk her play and Miss Winn, flashing
to the fore, earned point after point
with hard, well directed drives and
o\Jer-hand volleys, until <hv led at 5?3
on games and needed only one point to
square the match. Here Mis? Pollak
steadied finely, however, taking five out
of the last six games.
Miss Wagner breezed through the
first set against Mrs. Albert Hum?
phries at 6?0, but in the second she
ran into all kinds of trouble as her
opponent began M shoot swift, fore?
hand drives through the openings and
cut. off returns at the net. With the
games at 6?all, Miss Wagner steadied
down and won the last two by stfonc
volleying and driving, giving her the
sel and the match.
The summaries follow:
Women's Invitation Singlas (fourth
r?-un,l>?Miss Helene Pollak defeated Mis;
? , ? ? ? Irwin, ?* i'. ' ?i ; M Isa Marin
VVai?i r defeat? il Mrs Albert Hui phi li -
?3 n, 7 5; "?lis? Clare Cassel defeat? d Mis;
!?;.'. His Walsh, : ii, ~ 5, 6?2; Mrs. 1_<1
u i'r?l W. Ru m ?n i ?!? A ated Mrs. E3 lwar,
\ nch, fi?l, 7 ?r?.
v. men's Invitation Doubles fsecon?
Mrs. Rnwson t. Wood and Mrs
I- .??? ri t. ? H ???? ?' A a teil Mrs. If. .1. Elis
? irth and M as Mine : P ; In ..-?:. ?: :
Mrs A Humphries _?*.<! Miss Bessli
Il ... v :?????.,??? i *;.-., ?, c. Milla an : Mrs
? ' ?.' ? (s? '.???-: . 6- ", 6? 1.
rd R ?un ! M las Cass, '. a n?1 Mis
lef, ?u, ri Mrs. V.'- id and Mrs. I.
I ?? i ?? , Mrs. !.. i l M ,rrls an?
Misa W ?..:.-- ilef? alod Mrs !'... Wi!
: i ! Mrs O H Hirsch, G I 6 :
Mix. cl D ubli (tlrst i ?und) -Mm W. tl
irrt und Jerry Lang defeated Mri
... nd 1! L N'ehring, ?'? ., S- fi
? . E. W irlng .,:. l Kreil I.ot ion w
: . Misa Cassel and Mr Cl, Uli in by d,
M las Qerl rude Di lia Torre and I
v Bui a-'-' _<*? ?'? ; Mrs. J. < ' Bl inchar
nnd !' 13. '- i ttli V ,". -0, 6?2; Mr. an
Mrs. 11 !' rlggs won from Mr. n.-,n?l Mr:
A E Thurber by ,1? fault . Mrs Morrl
und AIe_ Her defeated Miss (Catherin
! I B ib? ?' I ?,?? Is, ?? ? '. 6?-..; Mr:
i nd and Or <?eo ? ?? King; won froi
. ,' Purai na an ! partner !>y d?
; tul!
. . .rel Round Mr. ?nd Mr?. Robert I
!?;,ij won from Miss Jessie Gott and pan
i 11? d. fnull ; Mia?, Wagner and. .! t
?wing defeated Mrs. Hirsch nnd P"re
f'lan nl, 6 3, 6 :. Mrs Mill? and <.'??>
ild i< Emerson defeated Ml-, Jacquelall
Green and \. O, Merrls, D -7, 7?5 ; Mil
. K- Black and .1 Powell wen from Ml:
j Chapman and partner by dufault.
Dean, Captain
Of Tiger Team,
Stars on Link:?
Princeton Leader Win* TVo
?Matches by Big Mar?
gins; Faces Task To-day
By Ray McCarthy
J. Simpson Dean, star player and
captain of the Princeton golf team,
after leading thhe Tigers to a notable
victory on Tuesday and Wednesday, be
began yesterday to clear the way to
the individual championship. He won
his matches in the Urs: and second
rounds easily, but it may be that the
luck of the draw will prove the stum?
bling block for the big fellow.
It so happens that Dean will have to
meet two of the very best players in
the tournament to-day. And such a
test as this may be even too much ! >r
a golfer of the caliber and sturdiness
of the Princetonian.
Dean will first have to struggle
against A. L. Walker, tho Columbia
team captain, and present title-holder, 1
who is just, beginning to strike his
normal stride. Then, provided he elim?
inates Walker, the Nassau student will
be required to try his luck with Jesse
Sweetser, the Yale star, assuming, of
course, the New Haven collegian is
successful in his match with hi.-, team
vat", A. T. Buffington.
There is no player in the lower half,
unless it be young Jam a Ward, of
Williams, who i.? as good as any of the
above three. Therefore the one ? f ,
the trio that comes through ' i-day
will very likely carry off the hon : -
for the season.
Tiger Captain Easy Winner
His matches yesterday were simply
practice' tests for Dean. In the morn- '
ing he encountered C. A. Grise?
Yale, and won in a canter 7 and 6; G.
C. Davis, of Ptwsylvania. was Dean's
next victim by a count of 6 to 5.
Dean never wavered from the pace
he set at the beginning of the meet
and went out in 36, two under par,
being 4 up at the turn.
Coming back he played each hole in
4. He managed to chalk up another 2
in this match, making this score on the
eighth, when hi3 tee shot just escaped
dropping into the cup His card with
Davis was as follows:
Dean out. 3 6 6 3 5 5 4 2 4?36
Davis OUI. i 6 5 4 6 4 -4 ? 4?40
Dean In. 4 4 4 4
Davla in. 4 5 6 4
Walker, after defeating G. R. McKee,
of Dartmouth, in the morning by a
score of 7 and 5, went against Sidney
Scott, the Yale captain, and came
through in line form, by a score of
4 and '?). Walker went out in par 38
and was 2 up at the turn. Coming
in the Columbian ha?l a score of 2
under par. The champion made few
mistakes, his worst hole being the sec?
ond, on which he took a 6, because of
a shot into the rough. Their cards:
V. Iker out. 4 G 13 G 5 13 4 38
S? >tl '.u',. 4 7 7, :; 5 >; ? 3 4?4U
W Ikor in. 4 4 t 3 1 3
in . ?> 4 4 .. 4 4
Sweetser Double Victor
Sweetser first engaged T. J. Pulling,
of Princeton, who showed some good
performance early in the week, and after
disposing of the Tiger golfer, by a
score of 3 and 2, teed off vx'.u A. P. Boyrt,
the Dartmouth captain, ??weetser was
the victor in this match also by a tally
of 4 and 2.a good day's work. t
Sweetser and Boyd both played in
topnotehj form, doing par for the first
nina holes. At the turn they were
even, but beginning with the thirteenth
Sweetser won four holes in succession
and the match.
Sweetser twice got down in two
strokes, an unusual stunt, to say the
least. On the fourth he holed a 12
foot putt for his 2 and on the fifteenth
sank another long putt of 10 feet to
score a 2.
The cards:
Sweetser out . . 4 6 (X 2 6 4 4 3 4?38
Boyd out. 4 5 5 3 5 5 4 3 4 ? S S
Sivei tser in. 4 5 5 3 17 7
Boyd .:.. 5 1 0 5 4 7 6
Th? summary:
Championship, first round?J. Simps n
Dean, : 'rince! on, defeated ? * A. Grl
Yale, 7 and 8; ?;. C, Davis, Penn, defeat?. I
J. T. Olin, Cornell, 5 an i 3; Sydney Scott,
Yale, def? ated O. A. McKee, : ?a tmo ith, 7
and 5; A. !.. Walker jr., Columbia, d??
fi a ted ?* A. Baker, Harvard, 6 and 7 .
Jesse \V, Sweetser, Yale, defeated J. T. E.
Pulling;, Princeton, 3 and 2; A. 17 Boyd,
. ?? * in i ul ?. d? fea ted H. A. Haight, P nee
ton, 7 ?m,! 1 ; J. II. Wethorbv, ?an . .
ci? *? at.ed IV -: Ig Adams, Williams, 7 and
?i . A. T Buffington, Yale, def?
Hemphiil, \\ illiams, 0 an 1 3; Jam a C
Ward, Williame, defeated F. M. V n,
Harvard, l up; D. H. Ankcny, Dartmouth,
defeated George Heni^frson, Har\
and 7; Martin W. Littleton r., Prln et?
defeated Durham Jonos, Harvard, 7 and
1 ; ?an Rhoads, Yale, defeate : 77 T :...
vail, 5 ale, 4 and 3 ; It. M. R ?wnd, Penn,
defeat? d J, H. D luglas, 3? arvar I, 7 and :
s. E. foster, Princeton, defeated D. G,
Ma Lean, 7 an?l 5; J. L. Hukill, C
def? ..'? ! J. S. Bush, Yale ? an I i . .1. A.
M? >s, Princeton, defeated J. H. Eaton,
Harvard, 7 up.
Second round?Dean defeated Davis, ?"
an ? 7 ; Walker defeated Scott, 4 and 3;
Su .etser def? ated Roy I, i and _ ?' i!
fington dofeated Wetherby, 4 and 7 Ward
? :f ? ?-.:?? Ankeny, 7 ?;nd 4; Littleton de
feai ?ii HV.iV, : up; Rownd defeated Pos?
ter, i .m. 7; Moss ilefeated Hukill, S an : '
-,?
Upper Montclair on Top
MO NI'CLAIR, N. J., June 24. ".'"
Upper Montclair Country Club phijeo
the Shackamaxon Country Club golf?
ers, of Westfield, in a foursome an
single competition to-day, the home
t?'am cleaning up in both events; i .
the former by 1*9 to 1 points and in
the latter. 32 to-3.
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\ LEWIS E. GENSLER
232 W. 58th STREET
Telephone: Circle 5427-8.
Yosliell, K..miagae
And Wash b n r n
Advance in Tennis
S. Howard Voshell, the playing
through champion; Ichiya Kumagae of
Japan, and Watson M. Washburn, both
?
f, rmer holders of the title, and
Seiichiro Kashio, of .Tupan, re
the semi-final round ol the men's
M< tropolitan champion ;hip lawn tennis
tournament in the *-;: les yesterday
afternoon, on the clay courts of the
X -w Y??rk Tennis Club, .t 238th Street
and Broadway.
Kymagae, playing: at top speed,
crushed Dr. William Ro. enbuui". at
6 0, 6- 1. His forehand drives were
going like the wind and he continually
passed Kosenbaum as the latter tried
to r, ?ich the net.
Kashio sprang a surprise by his
overwhelming defeat of Willard Bots
ford, taking twelve games in a row,
for the match at 6?0, 6?0.
Voshell defeated Pau! Martin at 6?4,
6?4, and Washburn, playing again
very unevenly, vanquished M. T. Acker
land at 6? L, 3- 6, 6 2.
i he semi-final matches will be playe?!
this afternoon, Washburn and Voshell
meeting on one half and Kumagae and
Kashio in the other.
The aumfmaries follow.
lei ." tan championship sin
gl, (fifth i ?und i?Di '?'? Ham Rosi nb ? 'i n
v..', from Francis T Hunter by default.
-tl . 1. Howard \ ash. Id? ted
Paul ... ? : n, 6?4. < I; W tl -on M Wash
burn defeated 11 r. A . 6 1, a 6
?. 2 ; ! ' I. . Kumag .:? defeated Di
v ? Rosenbaum, ? i 6?1; .-; 11? hir ?
hlo defeated Willard 11. Bol
. .v- n
M n'a metropolitan championship dou
bles (sec :??'? : :: I) Washburn and Vosli
ell def< ate 1 K. *- Si.? ldart and J K?
., 6- i . .1. I ? Kej es and J. Faust
defeat, d 1* M :i luire ; D K iresey, 4 ? ?',
! A D. H mimet! und Embi ? ?
Henderson defeated Leon Vroley and \V.
H. Wood, 6? 1 -?;. 6 ? 1: Ingo Hart
n uni an : Ii. II. Bassford defeat? d H? l
' ' ha p!.:.. V . . ' ! . CHI 11 H nzen
and . in ..:??? d f?ated Botsford and Allen
:. ? I. I J
. lr round I3i n Let.on and F. ("'. And
er: n ?:? feat, i S i.. MacAllister and G.
? 7?5, I -5; Hami ett and Hender
. feated Lewis and Pawlev, 6?4, 6?4;
? ? v. v ;. : v k | . - I A B Hain . :? I I ;
K. .; v.v v ..: ! Ja . Mai til .?I, 6 - A
Latonia Results
Firs! :. i laiming . hree-year
old? .. . . six furi -... s. purse
? Harry Burg? w (King
$12.00, $4.10, $3-20 ? in; Military Gil ..
i H am ?, ??- . 0. $2.4. nd . T n ?Sound? i -
'. :? I v.'.- , $4 i, third Time, 3:15 2-;
Tli . M? Gee C? k Ri h, Squ, i ? r, ,
Lou, Or mzo, 1! ? '?: V iltage E -.<-, M . b
ai d Shellbark .. Iso :..;.
Second race (l he ? '. Iln purse, J :. I 9.
naiden :....??? ? -.-. ? yi j r- Id . five an .
?? : irloi a rv ? ?a ffney, : 12
(Robinson), $1?. SO, $5.10, $ I 10, w -
i I? . .'. it mill, 112 (Si tllv ; ;
secon I Somal I, : : J il ? .nahue I,
? . I third Time, 1 :0S Droi
i leur de Feu, Saraha '/.::?.. Miss Hilarity,
Mi G Pe? pery ?\ ily, L? ug h Maid? ...
i: ? per a::\ Blue Flame also ran.
Third r ? ?? cla ming . p . ? -, i ! 300. for
thi ? -yea r-olds and upv six fur?
ia n? a -- -? ... of Devonshl 118 ' .
$7 ? ?2.90, won : Bi Ingli urst, I I .
, $ 30. $2.40. second H ??; : y Val?
la i Kenne? y), i 30, thir? Ti
1:1 ??- ,; Bu fus, 1 :. / ir?., . lma ? .
Rubv Sparkler, Sauf Conduit and ?^ tal
.... ran
!' url race (claiming; purse, $1 ;
? _ i-j ?ar-o! Is; five and on, -half fui longs)
?Jetsam, i?7 OVilson), $22 50. $8.00, $3.40
Ju je Bud row, 107 Lui I : . , .-.
. . .. Nap i, '?? ? Bunt), $2.40,
thi ' S 2-5 ' . Chance,
?: .? R ? Miss Dora, Mo-el and 1
:. ach a la ? : an
' ? ? ':. raci (the Sweep; purse, '?'.
foi ' . ' ar . s and upward
sixteenth
.'..-. , $2.10, \\ '. ? v: Rura.
? '?* . : ? .' ' . $2.41,
;?-..?. $2 40, thli ? A. ? : 15 2
Double Van and M ysier us Girl also :.
? .ee-year- I arid upwa
claiming . ? le in?l a .;.???:
Go?!, 113 ? Kenn, ly), $-.40,
won ; Cheer L.adr.i : ' : Hunt)
$2.t-0, ? .'..v.v : -i- nne,
? 2.7 I, ? hir v Tint, . - ? *? - " ?'?- ni y,
. i, ?; Lou and i ncral !.- :.;? a is.
ran
.-.it h ?: ce c'.al pun
?:?-.' ? ' ? ' ? '? mile
:, .??-.- Paris . : . Ken?
nedy * - ' ... ; ! von Bou .
!.ad, 110 ? ?V :....-.
. Win, I win, : . (Ja D.??i.l
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Brooklyn Tennis
Tourney Attracts
Record Entry List
["he Brool l>m lav n teni c | tl
'* ip ? un iment. wl ? starts t?
ifteri on at ? o'cl >ck, will be the
? - ?. ?n poinl o '
numbers, e\ : in, thi t ? rj
****. * I more * ' iwo I md re 1 plaj ei *
entered in the men's singles. PI ?
t ? jrnoy w ;'! be ; \.\ ed upon the (if ? ?
clay courts of the Terrac? K
County Tennis Vssociation, at Avenu??
! md Easl *: iv ?? .*? nth Sti et,
bus h, and w ? I cons *
On Thursday, July 1, thi r cham
o .".-hip tourney will begin.
W ith the des ire to make this t >urna
ment, an annual event, the gi
clay court fixture in the United Stati .
the Terrace Kings County club
placed in competition a i im I >
silver challenge cup. to become th?
permanent property of the player win
ning it three tim? i rles
ii- ; and Ichiya Kui g :h hava
one leg on ihr- trophy.
Chai?*! ers, cl irmai of the tourna?
ment commit'? ?', ? * ? 1 V ? r L
that Kun va?-. S Howard V
y ? \l, Wnshbui ? ?
Th rockmorti ? I Fra
, . Hunter, F rar I and 1 I C. in
dei n, ; he ! v*: iMson brothers, I
bers an ? ii rbert L. V. v.
among tl ?entries.
The t? . ' im * w ?11 be run
me li at mad? p nal
turf courl touri . I I A'.- ? ?- i ...
?Tennis Club uch ? nicu is sue
cess lasl year, * h : ? il
-el., dull ?I on s] ecial courl - ?
uled h? ur i The club
is ambit * i i * I I ? *
the natioi i i court ? >
t o u r n a m I ?-.?.>.
dea ii mind, every efl r* Ib i
??, -? re .i Conspicuous success on 1 v
occa -? :.
The c? url i of the Terrace-King*
County T'ennis Association may '? ?
I by 1 ? ton Beach
? 1 ? .'??'?'
of tl r . :??? . and |
?i - * . . ?? by lh?
Oceai Av? * v. ;.? I.
Aqueduct Entries
FIFTH RACE thr?
:
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Color
ill
? . ;?? Prin ??? , I?
? *.' : a a llowan? ?- ? laimed.
Going Strong
Oar SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
continues to be the talk of the town. This sale in?
cludes every pair of high and low shoes in our three
large stores. *
"_>ixty-five stylos in low shoes and ninety
five in high shoes to choose from."
Regular $12 to $15 values Regular $18 values
no. $9.95 *- $10.95
All sizes are still plentiful. Morning shopping secures
better * rvice. Store!? or>en todav S . M, ri?.sing H
P. M.: ,s.:f:rday 8 A. M., ,*!,
?_ P. M. Midnight
For Men Who Know
1480 Broadway, at Times Square
276 West 125th St. Highth Avenue
8". Delancey St. Williamsburg Bridge
No Deliveries?No Exchanges.

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