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Tilden and Garland Win From Bassford and Ostendorf
in Southampton Tennis Tourney Washburn Defeats Caner Through His Fine Driving Burdick and Richards Reach Round Before Semi Final in Doubles Match; Larned and Wrenn Score Victory Over Emmons and Van Ingen By Fred Hawthorne * SOUTHAMPTON. X. Y., Aug. 25.-?Tilden has come!" The words ran through the crowd on the veranda at the Meadow Club this afternoon, and everybody wanted to know who the world's singles champion was going to pair with, m the annual invitation doubles lawn tennis tourna? ment, and when he was going to play. Well, Tilden played, paired with Charles S. Garland, the world's on, but his exhibition did not come up to expectation. The two i nalists met Henry H. Bassford and Albert J. Ostendorf of New York, m the first round and won, of course, but onlv after dropping g set, t e final score reading 6?2, 1_G 6_2 Garland, just ofT the train from Ni w V rk, and unaccustomed to the 1 ?* y c< urt surt'aee, wore r . ??. their strokes, ar.d both ? - d to take things easily, and did. Ba stendorf, on? the contrary, after a cautious first set, dur : the startling ir famous opponents v ? Yjcn missing easy shots . ig ether errors common .- average tournament player, I that here was the ? e fame in a sir.p'e aft era j esser ?>tars Get Km y . ' - '.esser s ta rs . ts as though. paii . t-rs ranked I "fifty." !:j the second tter i in Tilden, and ! tter than < iarland, with : -? - jos e in b itween the ind 1 ? ] gical n suit y -. Ostendorf won ? 6?1. th Ti'.dpn and guard many times by driv? ing a sort. ! e.wjjy topped ball to their j- Davis Cup men came in for N'ew Y ->:.. men r. ' - o ? . j- . Y :? " i h is very sub .?::'.'. ? vy n. the umpire, 'but 'here it ?a ? e so- jsnr stand, blue. The un b? 1 to be! - . I Garl - ; and th? singles . some of his amaz ' ? ' ?. " ? : . v drives and i.. r . - . gan net, quietly, and 1 j j ? around y . ; other ? f hadn't . ? . en as the ??;?. the ? ? Y ? ? ? A j -? ralia are pla ? u ry " ? re cha ". . i : - ., ?' But I think mcr? erious Til ? - . s. p. r p x - 7 Hun first set a: 6?-i and Til -. ? ' - '. with the latter irt thr Three Matches in Singles T . yed in the ?? ? ? mornir,-_. ... r( ; - - fred - - ??4. 1 Rait Burdick ? lim : -.' : ; !?2, 6? rning Beek : - s - ? . ?hots, ?s" t have tj ' ? - ! essful manj larp yolli yii . ,. ? ? i ? . lowm in the - er, and took the Bet at ( ;ssion Dabney set a j r ly for an open : ekman was also ? . 1 using a deep chop, ACT - ?TIBES?RODIJYS?TTYBEJd AUTOS OF CUSS"??BARGA!NS" i; Automobiles Taken - One \e~ Ne > >t??: AI! at F Credit Arranged ?tj sr "So Publicity '. inest Prices! Mo esring i T . - ? ?dan?, Limousines, 9) :?? t. % Limousines, Coup*?; s ?Limousine, '". ,ai . ml ? -, Lancias s ? "??vin; Chanii .. ? . LU lelfl .- Ju iah suta, Taxis; NeW 6 .--?-. Auto Bodies?A "Cleaning Up" Any Touring Body-at Any Fair Offer . to fit aJ! Cara JandorS Automobile Co. 235-207 W. 50th St., nr. B'way S ? lo 1899. Telephone Cil 'lo JM76 The Summary Meadow club Invitation singles (third rounds?Leonard Beekman, New York, de? feated Alfred S, Dabney, Boston, 6? 4, o??; Watson M. Washburn. New Tork, defeated G, Colket Caner. Boston. ??4, r?5; Ralph H, Burdlck. Chicago, defeat ed Wm v. Burrili. Seattle, 6?2 6?1. Doubles (first round)?Wm. A. Lamed ? Wrenn defeated K. VY Em mons and !.. Van Ingen. 6?0, 6?2; Ralph L Baggs as-..i Will : baum defeot Walter J. Toussaint sir-,.'. Sigmund Spaeth, '??0, 6?3; Marshall Allen and V m V. Burrili defeatc i G. Maxw ill and C. Maxwell, ?J -3, t : Commander W. S, n an i Alan J J Wn y defeated A. I?. Ely und H. Mi Idendorf. 6?0. 6?0; Clot! r and Al Y ?? 1 S. Dabney >m T. Carnegie and P K. B i Ine Ralpl 1 ?-: ; ? ;.,-;i and Vin - cent Richards won from C. Lee and ?'. Blgelow, b> default; George r> Bl and Frederick C. Inman defeated C Put? nam and T v. ebbei 6?1, 3?6, 6?4 : Major E. B, Harran and Stanley Mor Imer s f?al I R, '. Jair.es and Cecil Donald? son. 6?0, 8?6; Watson M. Washburn and Arthur J. Tencken defeated E. Bache an.l B McWhorter, 6?1, 6?0; Hugh Kelle her and Frederick C. Rag g s defeated Dwlght P Robinson and W Rowe, 6 ? Ji, 6?1; G. Colket Caner and Leonard Beek? man defeated P. Kountzo and W. Boocnok. 6?1, C?:. Murray Vernon anil Alf-x lier defeated ; A. Walk r md M Duane, 6?7. 6?3, iJ? :? : TJ . ? an 1 H O >d shall defeated It. Donn Kersey and Ed? mund v.Y Peaslee, 6?1, 6?1; Win. T. Tilden 2 1 and Charles S. ?"rarian.! defeated Henry H. Bassford and Albert .'. Osten -*. ': 3, 1?6, 8 - Second round -- Wm J. Clothier and Alfred S: Dabney defeated Samuel Hardy .- ? s A? noid W. -' J, ?; ? ? . ' . J -.":?. A. Larm d and ?J berl : ; Ralph D : ? and Vli - ? :. ? hard < d ?feated Drexel Bid le and Frederick C. inman, 6? 6?1 Vv'm. T. T.JY n 2d nd ? ?liarles ind won : : J ? - ssy, bv defa ull Commander W. S. J and Alan J ' ted ' \JJ--. and Wm. \ Bur ? , l ? - ? G. C. i ? - .- lier and I erlck ? Baggs. (i I. I : and Har s G l^hal di featp ' Murraj Vernon and Alex fier, 6?1, 7?3 ; M. Wa ?hburi - s Arthur - ? ; MaJ )r E B Han an I : - ?' 5?7, 6 ? ". ? ? ??. : .md I?Ml is S Bi : ted and it. W Pi aslee I Mr rs C :' ?[?????? 6?2 ?? -,? Miss !" y tnman :. 2, 6?3; Mrs. . . - ? nd Ra ; h L. Baggs lefeat Mi ind Mrs. T K Strong, 6? 0, ??JI. tvhich Dabney found trouble in han dling. Washburn ' -.j Caner safe, ilthough the lat? j- pr ssed him all the way. : in - fine driving through men court, with the ball generally striking ?? ? ? th? side lines, was a little more mai . ?' ? ? tal ( inei i ? I md the very accuracy of the win? s' . " ? : . m frequen! opi rtuniti to r? ach 'he net and finish of j ? '? ? e in ts by swif i Coast Junior Beaten : ? '; nol have much trouble w:rh y u '?'?? 'ham Burrili, a Pacific ? junior, winning ar 6?2. ?' ! 1 irril] Id not gain control over any of his shoti : r sustained hitting, and Burdick ended matters quickly The . verhead, ? ? . lent "kills' o? short lobs, and r ? nd were ripping ? I j : ril l's defense. began with thirty ? ? j -? : raw Burdick and Vin irds reached into the round - - - ?-?- ? ? n i -?"? ri-i" 1 h? y got a de fault ? first r I then de? je ??? Bid ; e and F C. ;., n .? g o, 6 ) They look like contend?.e fin al roui ? -?" in the upper half,.with : Garland in the 1? wer sec .- A. Lamed and Robert D. Wrenn, both former national h m f fifteen yi ars or more ago, won ; r .itch from R. W. Emmon ? and E, Van Ingen by a yore of 6?0, 6 '.'. with Wrenn showing up well. In the next round, however, the grand old veteran t s wn before the speed -outh o? Ralph L. Baggs and Dr. im Ronenbaum bv a score of 1?6, 6?3, 6?3. -? Northern Direct Wins Honors at Trotting Meet POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., Aug. 25.? '.' ittman, with Northern Direct, wqyn a tirring four-heat victory in The Vasar, 2:12 class, pacing, the feature i ? the third matinee of the Pough keepsie Grand Circuit meeting. Pac? ing second to Symbol Forest and Dar vester in the first two heats, the son of The Northern Man took the third and s fourth and deciding heat with beau? tiful bursts of speed down the home [ stretch. Darvester was second in the money. Bonnie Del outclassed the field in the ; 2:09 tro-, winning all three heats with ' out being seriously extended. Moko Axworthy was second in all three "heats, with Labe Riddeli for third. i Tootsie Toise and Selka had a tight ?duel in the 2:0V trot, but the former - had the edge and won all three heats. Ima Jay, Ernest's old campaigner, made ' her first appearance here since her big I year, 1917, Dut found the going not ; to her liking an.l was withdrawn be , fere the third heat, after having rated I third in the first two. HAVE YOUR RACQUET RESTRUNG BY A SPECIALIST 24 Hour Service Material and Workmanship Guaranteed Special Attention Given Mail Orders Instructor and coach of all worid'3 amateur Sjuash *Tennl3 champions 1902-1919 22 West 43 Street ONE FLIGHT T'P. STEPHEN J. FERON Sporting Goods Sp?cialis?t. _H New PHONE MURRAY HII York. .L 46JI9 Exodus Proves Class in Star Event at Spa Captures the Adirondack Handicap in Easy Manner From Abbreviated Field SARATOGA, N. Y., Aug. 25.?Harry Payne Whitney's good two-year-old colt, Exodus, an added starter, won the Adirondack handicap of $5,000 guaranteed, a three-quarter sprint, which was the feature of to-day's rac? ing program at the Saratoga track. The victory was not only exceptionally impressive, but exceedingly popular, as Kxodus was the odds on choice and winning favorites, by and large, seemed somewhat hard to locate. Exodus proved himself a high class colt, one that may have a lot to say in the Hopeful and the Futurity. De? spite one bad race, which was so chiefly because of weak handling by Ambrose, it had been suspected for some time that Jimmy Rowe had in Exodus quite as promising a prospect as the unbeaten Tryster. This fact Exodus proved in the manner of his winning this afternoon. Ambrose tsad him well in hand every yard of the journey and liad the colt in lap through the final furlong, but stiil un? der wraps. Exodus galloped the three quarters in !:11 4-5?only 1 2-5 sec? onds away from the track record, and but two-fifths seconds lower than the record for the -tack which W. M. Jeffords Routledge established two years ago at 1:11. Not only d.d Exodus win with ridiculous ease, but he proved him? self a real thoroughbred by toting his 12J impost as if it had been a feather For many reasons the race itself was a keen disappointment. Five of th? original eight named over nigh; were scratched so that with the added starter only four went to the post Several most favorably regarded, be? fore Exodus was added, took to tin woods. Jog Favored by Many ?I. E. Griffith's Jeg was fancied bj many of the wise ones to take the measure of Exodus, as .Teg worked fiv< furlongs in 0:59 flat in pr?paration foi this afternoon's affair. Whether or no Jeg could have straightened the fa vorite must await the verdict of somi future time. He was a mighty fine sec ond and was running strongly at th? end after he got off poorly and was quickly bumped away back into th? ruck. However, Exodus, which was never let down, would probably ha'vi made Jeg do some record breakir.j sprinting to beat him. Exodus ans Jeg were the class of this race. Que creek, which finished third, and Dr; Moon were both beaten off as far a you can throw a -tone. The or.'.y other winning favorite o the afternoon developed in the steeple chas? , which was won by Crest Hill He was pounds the best and led prac tically every inch of the way unde triple wraps. ? Raleo, Jin outsider, took the first rac at seven furlongs, outgaming Ins Frank, the early pacemaker and sccon choice, in a duel through the stretcl rles A, Stoneham's Sammy Kell; another outsider, finished third, to th .:- ? ;at faction of the owner of th Giants, who was here to back his the ' rd slot. Hendrie, the favo; ite, ran \ ?ry somi-. Samuel Ross's knot repeated in th : race, at a mile, nosing out R. 1 - j.'s Wyoming, which was the li Weiner actually outrode Fata ? the end, much to every one's amazi ment. Turf, 10 to 1 Shot. Wins But one of the biggest upsets of th meeting came in the fifth race, s.t ir'.- Fred? rick t'r ? a 2 to 5 shot, broke dow n an finished outside the money. F. 1 Weir's Turf, a 10 to 1 shot, rac Mose all the way a::! outgamed him : last s;i:cteenth. Ting-a-Lii .- wi third. The closing r3ce at six fur] ngs f two-year-old was the usual rcramb that Mars Cassidy presents when '. has a filed of any pr?tent ' n. The: w ere foui teei out and no more th three, which got off winging, had muc chance. Cubanita, Deweyeve, Do1 Tan, Scotland Yet and Beacon, a heavily played, might as well have be left in trie barn for all the chance th? had. The Oneck stable's Fright simp walked in after the convention w; eliminated. Gifford, a Cochran's Ban sia, was the contender all the way. Miss Bleibtrey Sets New Mark for 100-Meter Swim Three American Girls Finish One, Two, Three in Olympic Final as Yankee Rooters Cheer Copyright. 19?0, New York Tribun* Inc. By Arthur S. Draper ANTWERP. Aug. 25.?Three Ameri? can girls finished in first, second and third places in the final of the 100 meter swim in the Olympic meet hero to-day. Miss Ethelda Rliebtrey won tho event by breaking the Olympic record. Her time was 1 minute 13 3-5 seconds, which is 6 t-5 seconds better than the mark set by Miss Fanny Durack, of Australia, at Stockholm in 1912. Miss Irene Guest, of Philadelphia, landed second place by inches oniy, after a fierce struggle with Miss Francos C. Schroeth, of San Francisco. Miss Charlotte Boyle, of New York, who swallowed a mouthful of water, had to stop when second place was al? most within her grasp. She finished in seventh place. Miss Jear.e, the English girl, was fourth. The superior? ity of the Americans in most forms of sport hasn't added to their popularity over here with the general public, and the majority of the crowd now does si lot of rooting when any American is beaten. When a Yankee scores a suc? cess, however, there is practically no applause. Nevertheless, the American girls got a_ big cheer, for, as usual, a hosl of \ ankoe rooters were present. Imme? diately after this race Norman Ross, of the Illinois A. C., won the final in the 1.500-meter free-stroke race. Ross trimmed the Canadian, Vernot, by j twenty yards. The Australian, Bea lre j paire, was third, nearly fifty yards be? hind Vernot. Keahola and B?lden fin 1 ished fourth and fifth, respectiv ! fore the race it was expected the tug ; would be between Ross and Beaure I pair, who remained out of the relay to 1 save himself for this event. Ross watched Be?ureparre, ignoring : Vernot until he saw that the former ! was no longer dangerous, and then went 'after the Canadian. Thereafter the i result was never in doubt. Ilowell, the j only American who competed in the | 400-meter breart-stroke, proved no ! match for the Swedes, Malmroth and Henning, and the Finn, Aaltoonen, and ! finished a poor fourth. Malmroth won first place in 6 minutes , 31 -1-5 seconds. Henning was second . and Aaltoonen, third. The Americans will meet the English to-morrow in the semi-final of the polo mate!.. Izzy Discourses on Boxing By W. O. McGeehan Izzy Kaplan came into the sporting department with a pink and green sweater and a yegg cap worn at a rakish angle. "I am learnine to be a box fighter,-' he announced. ''When there is so much big money in box fighting I wouldn't work no more, on account none of the customers is paying, anyhow. If there is more money in ?being a loafer I should be a loafer, too. "Me and Texas Rickardstein, which he is a big promoter and he : ! running Maddenstein's Square Gardens, is just like that and ? would have him make all of my matches. It is this way. Lots of time? I am getting a smesh in the eye for nothing at all so I am going in the business, and from now on it would cost big money to see Izzy Kaplan get a poke in the eye. Fifty thousand dollars in cash money i- Texa : Riel ardsl paying Benny Leonard for one night of box fighting, and lots of j . ts I am fighting all night for nothing at all. Once it was only Irishers and loafers who would be box fighters, but when ir is so much money in business a lot. of smart business men is going in'- it, ' "I am pretty wide around the middle, but i coul I go int? ' aining and pretty soon I wouldn't he so wide. I think that I would train ai Lambs A. C, where there is a lot of b< y ;'.gl til g time, because I couldn't leave my other business to . e ; I :ig in the ? i p. y time. "I know that there would be a lot of competition in ?he ?box business on account all of the box fighters in the world is ci ming : \Tew York, but a smart feiler in one business could be smart in anothi t busi? ness, and I had to be a smart, feller to get the kind of brains i gol v I you know yourseluf is the biggest brains in the photografting busin? - "You should give me a lot of publicity on account I havi .'-''.v-Z you a lot of good adwice, which if you would took it you would ' in business for yourseluf instead of being practically not much beti r than a li afer. You would say that Batt.jjjg Izzy Kaplan, the chani] ; i fr m Kovno, would box fight with Chack Dempsey or George Carpetstein f r a couple thousand dollars in cash money right in the ; icket. I \vi .' take no cheap chobs, you understand. "Well, supposing I would get a smesh j'jj the i ye. What of i ? I. ts of times I have got a poke in the face for nothing at ail when I was j' around and minding my own business. Did you see me after the Photografters' Association gave me the bet [uel at K? m's Chopping House, how I looked? I didn't get a dime foi it, an : S lomon's Caf? made me pay cash for the steaks which I had to | ul my eye. And the night when 1 went to a sociable party at Hoobooken and they smeshed two of my ribs, what did I get? I got a note from the landlord which he said that he didn't want no more loafers and shikken round the building, and he tore up my lease. "Arid you could put it right in the paper that if I would get < nou rh money for it I would sign to do some box fighting even it] ?a :-?'%-. I wouldn't be any worse off than I was when I went on the with the Friendly Sons of St.. Patrick, and they got too friei Uy v Who is my meneger? I should have a meneger with my brai some goniff get all the dough, when I would be gettii You can say that the meneger of Battling Izzy K?plai y ? the Photografter, and positive nobody ?' e could i .? '? im. ?'If the box fighting business ain't no good I will into i business, which I a reading that a lot < :' moi ey is being put up for I different candidaters and they are all denying it. You can say :' . Kaplan that if he gets a lot of jake for his campaign he v n't He would give everybody a receipt and wouldn't spend it on slivi . but would put it in the bank.'' acing iiinmaries SARATOGA RACETRACK, AUGUST 25 WEATHEJi t'LlJAR; TRACK FAST Fli.ST RACE?Claiming; for thre?-ye>isLr-olds and upward; purse. $1.107.42. Start good, won easily: place driving, rime J 211-5 Winner blk e. Or-rer. hup Trsun.tr. lfll_______________________________________________ lrvif?. Starte: 790 Ss'ec furto by Rock Vie Wt_ P P. Fin - :n>^_::; .-. Rali 736 Inia f\-s; k . ...109 Sammj Kelly . HT He?irle . 119 543 Cinderella ... 510* Mr I rummell loi Easi Indian 106 --j ? >v.-> ? : ? 4 14 2? 2 H r Fator 3 Pierce 40 ' the .-'--' ?: where ace Sammy Kelly ' ?howing a glaring reversa! of form, Jay back of the pace to the head he mov< J p. went to the front and won ?l- J" pleased Inia Frank ran her mad? up seme ground in the run through the stretch. Il?>s trie sad no -.??? *VC)_[ SECOND RACE- Steeplael is- old and ui ' ird; ??..-,,-. $1.000 About ??< ml es. >-d.r>. good: h >n easily: place Irlvlng ....... 4 23 Winner, b. g. aged, by Slmmons AlUe Darden. Owner and trav.er, .1 II. JLewris. Star *" Wl 1' 1- St. 1' FtU .! - J... _o;?*:.. :j:<'l O >ie I'Jace Sh - ? Cre : Hill . 144 ""-: Stucco J ? (755 Infidel II 144 ray Bird . ir>?? B --? 1 bJlllps Mergler. 11 1-5 7-10 1 '-?-;? Kill went to ill? fro:: Poor n le ? Infl i--: II 792^ Stan Snarl f> te: THIRD RACE?Conditions; for four-year-o gort? : ?on driving pJ^.-e same Tl SainueJ Rxssv Trainer. W H Brooi? eased up Stu co alw ays and upward: purse, JI Id Use ctl'.ors saYy ch f . 4. ; - One rr.s'.e. LCk Atkln? J - Starter. Open High Clo Knot. 99 74 ' Wj lining . . j ; ' 9?vay J - 6 0 TXppity Witschet.. 108 (745) Leo bares . 118 Translata . 104 ? - - Bi lolar - _____> __. . 104 K; ! - - ? Brloo M S-5 1 had all the spee : and ??? ??: going away under ? :- - Wyoming held on we'd. Sway closed very fast tlir ugh the fina eighth Tlpptt; Wltchel . ? . . . ! -f seven furlongs "TO'i FOURTH RACE?THE ADIRONDACK HANDICAP I - tv ? <? .j guaranteed cash value. '".000. Six furlongs. Start good; won fii : ' ace - ... Time, ! 114-5. Winner, ch. -, by Pe Il -t - Pan?First Flight. ? - ,,,-.. u i- W ., Tr dner lame (jkpen High. C?oee. Place. Sh 701 "Exodus . 12 ut . 114 781 Quecreek . 110 7": Drj Moon . ... 112 1:H 1? Ambrose Rice . . 'Added starter. Exodus had all the speed and never left the, remit s ; pu cln^.-d fast through t!,t' streu-li. Quecreek ran a fair race. outrun in the earJy sia;<-s. '94 FIFTH RACE!?Selling; for three-yeaiwslds and upward; g<>od, won driving; place s?-s:.' Time, ; js:< Winner Owner and trainer. V. I> Weir._ Index, Starter..Wt. P.P. St. p-.irs*. $1.107 42. One mile Ssirt b. h.. 5. by Star Shoot? Blue Grass. u \ Jockey. ?y. Turf . .ss 6dl Mose . IOS 631 Tlng-a-Ling _ 113 . 17? r-: SI 1 . ., 110 705? Fred'k the Great 113 3 Ml 2* H McCabe " ???: - RI - Fut, r .. S..!. 1* . a - .-.- : ... __ s 1 1 10 2 3-5 T-.rf saved a lot or ground by coming thrush on the rail at the head of the stretch, went to the front at the furlong pole assd was going away at ..;-.?? end Mose hung on gamely In the drive. Ttng-a-Ling ran a good race. Frederick the Great was aJwa-.* outnu iVD SLXTH RACE?For maiden fillies ?wo gruHi; won easily: pla*.-e driving. Tims*. Oneck Stahle. Trainer. W. H. K. Index s'ianer. Wt. P.P. St. ?* * years uid; purse, il.107 42 Six - - J Winner, b. f.. bj Friisle furlo.n ?Sprit .locke Open H M4= Fnght . 110 14 8?0 Banksla . 110 710 Conine . 110 11 rtt* CubaniU . 112 Ji 7i6 Scotiand Tard- 110 5 J64> BoscoD . 110 13 753 Dowej Ev? . 110 7 TtSO Kate Fraley . lin 4 7^:^ Hadherway . 110 10 764 Gilt Fringe . 110 J 735 Perfection . HO 13 7^4 ?tala . 110 'S 744 Uwe Tap . 1HH 8 777 Itr.?e<-liff . 110 3 .*'' *4 M As-- . - - Johnson Hail. ? King ?L >? Fator 8 ' 1 Wld 1 1. Fright, off in motion, had all Ule spwxt and In reserve Banks!? was tiring at Veteran Marksman ^ in? CLEVELAND, Aug 25.?Sri . :.? - .'...-. pi 'v j" f a pos Mark Arie, veteran i paign, 111., to- woe : amateur ch.. .; il le 1 gets, 1 i y irds the feat j j event ? oi to-day': pr ?:' ??: s Grand American Hand :ap trap sho? . ing tournarne nt here. Leonard to Box in Jersey Jack Frost, presid vt the Vre ? ?.- City, ; ?red iem L? ird, lightv _ . m, 1 box Tommy Sheppard twelve rounds in the Jersey City bal! 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Perry Fiske, of De Kalb, I!!., relinquishes, the title to-day #ru.-n ' ffered de feat at the hands of" M;ss Frances Hari Id if Milwaukee, in the second round of match p'ay in the Western cham? pionship fight at the Oak Park Coun try Club to-day. The .-score of the match was F> up and 5 to play. Miss Hadfield was runner-up. By her vic? tory to-day she has become the favor? ite to win the tournament this season. Miss Hadfield performed splendidly, ig sound golf all the way. Her driving was lonr and accurate, she I . tye ! iron shots in ma sterly and pu*ted consistently. Miss Elizabeth Klotz, of Indian Hill, twici winner and pro sent holder of the Chicago championship, scored an ?; y vii-tory over Mrs. K. ?;. Stj.rbuck. C ilumbus, winnig by 8 up ai I 7 to play. Miss Klotz, if >h ? continues her present streak, will be hard to beat ? VIi f.. C. Quentin, of Edgewi the s . . left-handed player competin - was : liminated by th tned ? ?urney, Mrs. Melvin .Jone-, of Glen Oak, who won the match by 7 up and ?5 to play. Mrs. F. C. Letts jr., of the Onwent : Club, twice former Western cham? pion, continues in winning form. ir-r victim to-day was Mrs. Davi i Gaut, of Ys, Term., who vus beaten :y 2 and I to play. '.' summary follows: ' Y i Fran - a HJadflol I, Milwaukee, fle ? J Mrs Perr> F: ?ke Del i, J. - . nd 5 . (5tf|th C.umml ngs, I )i ??-?-- I -a. de 1 Mrs ' : Il Y ?- Y . ... ? M ici land : ! : . betti Klotz, Indian F?ll J ' -, Starbuck . - ind 7 ? ?i - Mar ? : - ?? Ca? Mi : c. s i - international League Saratoga Entries FIRST RACE?8el lens; lhre?e ? ittgs. ??? ?? ni . 10(1 ?? ' ?? rhi tto . M 7 l ? III ' J. .: i - -< A. ? . -I-' i oi . .1 :fi D'b'i t '-tts-.? m Owrl ! . ..111?772 I m-usl LeaT? ?rn . ?J"> 768 I In ? -1 - - I.- mid Fire.1J'? "*'.- ?Gtenwell .101 ? ??/ . ; . Archie.110 t'-'3 H< nunh . .110 ?67? Q. o( ?i.p Bpi Better Believe... lio] SECOND RACE -The Berkshire Handicap: ? I ree ye .s ..... j ly '.. rtrude. .1121 7*0* T*llu?r Maid ., .18? Bal. Pancer 11. 9? " t? I, il ?-? i .1-0 771 Js : is s i: ??. ? ? il ; ?- typr si - ??? 783 Pwi ?? - Y ? ; .-- -.105 :--- FCdwina ... 100 757? I?.I"! THIRD RACE?Selling; two-year-olds; six (ui ? g s 7S4? The Ally .... -" 73? - - Flag . . 110 (72S "Old Fatthl ? aplt! .JJ'; ...107i(734 ) : .... J " Baggsge. ' ' Kl !'?' trd .110 14? ] Igt] Plorm ...107 747 i UOi - .1- ' 770? Polly '- ? 7 - . J J'1 677 UI] v Lad .... 110| (732) Th m -le .10-7 ?'he Huron Handicaps three year Ids: one mile and three-six ? en t ha 751 Blazes .JJ 726 i-?or*tr? .F.4 It Bang . .Ill 780 Blue Wrack_ J. ..a Care.118 J Gray ... . FIFTH RACE?Claiming; three-year-olds ? G md g I... 10 - Fuer .J - 703 Aurura .117 " s s.-a Queen . 93 772 Fessle . >.'. 772 ?Ait? risk .110 " ? ', ?ng .> lam.. 758 ?Tan II .113 ?y i . . ? agi r .: ??75S Phalarls .113 740zPh ? igh II... J 772 The Belgian H...113 7 J ? Frcgtow.J ? SIXTH RACE?Conditions; two-year-olds: flvi in?! i. half l urlongs. 783? Tidings .105 ? Julieanne .102 747) Bis :: i Bul bles J - '47 il .105 "(S : Nohant .103 78? ?s. . ?;- .:. .F ' 't;1 U ug . Storm.. tnr,S74T Despair . J ' 736 The IJ iggage . . .? " 579 Fa mus . J - 774? Normal . 774 . ? .Ill :r?; Oriole .120 -F- .111 '-':-? ..... ::?- Grey Lag .., : ' 77 Cote Or .J ' ? ?Y T. Fars, .n:_J ? 458- Curfen .105-764 ><ava .; . J-.- -? ! fiel J .J - ?, 5 Klllala .lOJ ;?'.? s : J' .102 ? u -? a ?? nce cla. I English Golf Stars Arrive in This Country Cyril Tolley, the English amateur golf champion, Lord Charles Hope and J. H. Wethered, who are to compete in the national amateur championship tournament at Roslyn next month, ar I rived here yesterday on the Olympic. They ??"??ere met by members of ths : States Golf Association, and to niake a trip to the national links for a practice round. Perfect Scores for Seven In Trap Shooting Meet CLEVELAND, I men ; the first fifty ' rg I with p? res in the American Amateur i --?rd 200 target trap shooting championship.%one of the ? ii i if to-day's program in the ? Handicap Trap Shoot ine Tou The high scorers were A. J. Jei Todmordon, Ontario; W. P. PI ir., Chicago; E. Livingston, Kansas '.'.'. S. Honn, Jewell, Iowa; J. G. Martin, Harrisburg. Pa.; R. A. King, ? : W. M. Foord. Wil - - n, Ohio Good Service? That is only one of the talk? ing points of the TEMPLAR. It is the "superfine small car"?the only small car made that possesses the best features of the heavy, expensive cars. Prompt Deliveries Morrow Motors Corp. GEORGE S MORROW Pre?. 1761 Broadway, at 57th St. Telephone: Circle 4 163 Templar c/heSuperfineSmall Ce.r rrZ? ,?__a ?i , | ?5j r? SAVE: Car, Tires, Gasoline BY TAKING THE Direct Rouies Over Smooth Hard Roads 1920 ASSOaA?l?? 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