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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914.
11 Hagtn Leads THREE BREAK TO IN OPEN AT MIDLOTHIAN Hacin Coniliitips OH Willi 74. (o I.cwl Field Ouftnot nnd Mitchell Do (!!). McNMMt A SKCOND ON LIST AmntiMir Oniin.'t Is Third Home lirert (iolfers Monono I.pndlnjr I'luces. uk 20. Playlnr record r Walter C. Hitirln. the Mater professional, in tno - Oil"' of the national open polf , ,! the Mlillothlnn Country t new competitive reconl . Muddled Midlothian course . i j fur the thlrty-ilx holcj. upon the upeedln lla;ln . . .. . I,....... ...trt ,h lo .1 , - prrs" ' , t M N.un.ira cu wniuw - " 1 m the ,Uitlf) lnB Ply- Thettocky L.imiiit Va'l two rcmruUrthlo round of -i t nnah ono .troke from tht .'". 'i H' Almost its MnrtllnR a the 1 1 . ' UakM lhe Perform- I.m f'Kr- "'"'" The younit rnn- nt national chAtnulon. 'J, hn ,e wi.'i a til) In the mornlmf. but i, . ,, ,, nwncn.il accuracy upon the " .. .t,.. nfiernnon. took 76, And thti ,nt . tllni piace with 146. dfepiiea tnnilalr brought hewred? once ngaln to the fore n provided tho final thrill the W the dfiy f surprises. Joe wag me ..... ,h ntit I'StAtlt In tne lisi na p,S 'ert Watson of the U. 8. ) A kept h;m company In the play, how ...V ft-il responded by notching a inn tho a'!- rn ion. This put him in a tie iVh J J ..lr.,.n of Wcstbrook at 146 for fnurth ! Tht ir t of the three rounds under 'M'"B WALTKIIC 1IAIIIN tat la.. I i I a i ;, I : 6 I S 1 3 niANCIS OUIMKT. I 14 4 14 5 , I 3 4 4 4 4 .In n MITCHELL. 3 "I 1 4 ( ft 4 I l '. 4 3 6 3 I IS t33 l 3 3349 ut In.. 4 1J i 43C 43 I ?n.ibL"0?,.,f,.TS,1Srr? ! 'n LOUUi I'liic., ... i in He muulled pjr on -sevemecn oi ; rn; no v,v . ia e'fitf-i holes of his Initial trip and iagt. Mr. Graves h.indldl the brown geld- -!n i'ppel "ft 11 stroke with a thrfel'tn Hronaon. and a foul was claimed by horn K.n for a card of 72. Two Tanguai's driver. William Scott, to . cKctants climbed Into the same awBrjed the heat. It a x.'siv' They were Alex Hoss of Hrne hum md James Simpson of Milwaukee. . pt'uic K' an, and Warren K. Wood, the hlcxso m.iteurs. tied at 150 with J. H. , avlor 'd M. J. Hrady. another 1 oin t ,Tr twelfth to fifteenth positions, . '. . .1.- ,.r .inwrenn bom o'CP to nine in the first fifteen, a 'never beforo equalled and one l '.'n nr. strongly the healthy pro- TMi of the game here. The summaries. A. M P. M. Total. " llagln, Itoche4er 44 74 li: 143 n; 144 144 147 " m i samara, nosion. ., Krin ' 'lulmet. Woodland, i Ml hell. I'pr" Mont e'llr J rrttrten, Westbrnok . '31.it T ier Canoe nrook : It nrae Mum ye . - n, Milwaukee. - ! - -nn, Dedham. .., fitrtrg Mi'irni, Omaha... Iin-- Parnei. White 71 74 72 75 74 71 73 7 74 49 77 74 73 73 7 74 73 147 147 no 149 73 74 77 76 74 7 77 149 1 150 1 Kmiii, Jr.. Edgt K Vt'nod,' riosi- lief W jr-ell 150 lnt 150 I 151 ! 161 , J It Tim -r Canton, Ohio. M J Hr.n tVillalton.... I'" 1 V 1 "'i umlil.i . . . 'K I' Kl..M, Midlothian. M.De-mntt, Atlantic 73 71 v Iitii A Dnntldeon, (lien- 77 73 74 74 HI HI HI 151 112 1(2 142 142 n: HI 163 143 143 143 153 153 wr n-n I'.autentiuirh, Oar- f.l1 1'irk fr Ntrneint, Cllevy '..ahft ti 'in Ken v n!-n 7ft 'k H irk. l'ort Arthur, ctiii 7S mari )nwentU . . , . 71 t'tT'i y. iritue. Hkokle. al rthjr ( I'll. I'ulumbui, 0! ' 79 t re.; Brari Mt Letinon... 7 W lit. Ulrminitliani... 74 om Ai ! r i, MunuLilr . . "7 il 0 LlgerblR"!, Younga town , 75 ' H llnfl-ier Atlantic City 77 ' ibert l'f- . . Tiipeka.... 7 R. Mum Montreal. ... 74 iCIiiiail .1 null. Oakmnnt. 74 M Tbumpaon, Olen Wire 79 Ic II i hi i .r Allegheny. 77 ' 0 M.twtiaid. Hurfulo... 74 'nk S n - ('Nremont. . "8 1 llim M 1. Karltnd, Hubur hn 79 ' hn 0-her.,m, llldgemoor. 74 'ek I). u'lr.i. P.MriUIe.... 79 '! Mag re. Ilniietnn . . . . 77 J Hi. k' .r h llln.dul.. 42 J 'k Mm l ie Hurkn S3 77 75 77 74 71 73 7t 77 74 76 77 79 74 77 77 77 74 77 77 40 7.4 74 hi 77 77 77 1 41 154 154 146 155 155 165 154 157 151 151 157 157 i' iu 'r:li Midlothian. 73 AIM Ta r IlM.loe 1 1 K' M Mgnnquln. . . I Senurk J' V ' '1 Lakenood, Ok ... I " J nn T r..nto tl".! ' in 1 n g Toronto. 0 II - l.in. oln n 'i .,.,-.p,un, i-hlla-e r h'.i lf.7 154 131 154 164 156 164 16l 140 161 lf.t 161 101 163 143 146 167 77 43 43 n .i hi 4t 44 40 41 13 1 - V K n, nun.. k 1 iruet M n n, T 1 1 lunupotN. . 1. Ii.ild. Mid- 'Mnk 1 , 71 Trenrh I.lck. Iii) " ' Sprlnra. Va. ail D.iIUk 7 iTTii,!,..:', Fprlng Ja- II ; m vi -h ,1,, Muiko'g'aV. - (15 IrfLi1',1"""1'1' I:rl' !' 5 Ar trew Hr n si .lr...r,K .' 44 'Ami'.ur. CIALMS HORSE WAS UNSOUND. '"Hi Mnrlhir. Sued hy Kerne J5 te, Jlnkeg This Defence. Ws Mirnne. a m,fm,.n -i, a i hs .Supreme Court yesterday' that he was I' ted 'he purchase of one of the 1 H Keene's racehorses for ik-r.-. d to pay I3,000, and on 1 is still due. The name of ' s not appear In the papers " -h . 'i h t h. the , ,. M,- heen mied for 110.000 on " .f a it -us of 110.000 Dromlaaorv tin Rave to Mr, Keene In '.0 t.r m , ".....inn iun un inn narai', , " ' answer ytaterdity, Hi 0 v? '' ' " w" represented orTim.k.a 'mna rHeeliorse and well Ufjfa tnt fln. luirse turned out to lie t'l kieis nd limb nnd unnt for ii y. ,hm rnson Murtina mx..K not worth tlie JSC.OOO hu I'i'd, and he refuse to Klve h4i ,i , 1 n1 m.-e risoher 'He i. tr.sre ' ae 1 r p'fr ' ' 1 , iem t t , 1 H MnmliiK lilts Oftl Forni, ' f. N' Y , Am?, 20, AltlloUBh ,111 unuau.'il amount of wet - 1'iv.in founts' tennlH chani 1 "ie Merrlewold flub rourta 'i!-rssci to the third round, d List ye.'tr'H tltln holder, ' ai 11 the onl pl.tyira who v 1 third round matches, former metropolitan rham- shim Ine some of his old the tournament. I. r i Hi' tin. t Open Golfers, AUTO RACE EVENTS MADE UP. Ttirrp Ten Mile Cunlrili null On sit 100 Mite Cjqlrcnr linn. With tho Labor Day Sweepstake a 100 mile race for $1,000 tirlzo as rho fea ture ovont, the Motor UcalorH Contrrt As- ' Hoclatlon lias made up Its programme for the HrlKhton Heach automobile raws on 'wr uny, nnpiumnor it ine sweep stakes Is to lie a Clans D free for all, which means thaf all the cam entered In the other nvent on rho programme will be eligible. The other rvonte aro a Class O, 101-300 out.Io Inches, distance ten miles; n, Oliuw C, 301-4D0 ctlblo Indies, distance ten miles, and ulo a Class B, freo for all handicap, at tho name- dlti tance. Gtarter Fred J. Wagner Is at jinwnl at KIkIii. 111., for the road races there and he has wired that ho will return tJast with tho entrlos of n number of star drivers who nro competing at Klgln. It Is plannod to start the meet eharp tit S 1. M, In order thnt all the ovcntu may bo run nnd the sweepstakes race com pleted beforo dark. Men are lit work on the track at pres ent getting It In shape for tho spoedfest. It will be oiled so as to make the surface utmicjut. In addition to four Tworrtbley cam en tered In the throo day cyclecar reliability run from Newark to Atlantic City and re turn, which starts from Newark on Sep tember 6, there have been received two entries from the Woods Mobllotte Com pany, two Trumbull, two Coey Hears, three Korlpps-ltooths. three Vixens, one riagler, a Dudley Hug, an Imp, a Malcom Jones, a Mecca and a Hteoco car. TWELVE RECORDS MADE IN THREE DAY MEETING Pctor IMlllkin Betters Mnrk to Hif?h Wheeled Bulky by More Than Second. Oosiigy, Atur. 10. Ooshen added to Its racing history by hanging up twelve new records during the three day meeting which closed to-day. Peter Hllllkln. the, Peter the Great stallion, lowered tho rec ord made to a high wheeled sulky from 2:15?i to 2;14tt to-dsy. In tho opening race, which was for trotters In the 2 :20 class, George A. Graves of Boston Incurred the displeasure 4,,h- n anch nn extent that after he finished first In the third heat of hi. . ,, . .... ... ,.i.i ' ....... a . ....... V. Hmt.nV.I, 1 It Tl In I piupaDie limit muubu 1.1.,.....,. ..-. tentlonal one. At any rate the crowd . tr, ,h.nk ., wnB nol rretnedltated Graves won the rsco In the clearing tho net ami dropping ann wnen . r. ur" . thB COmers. With the openltiR fourth heat the W"T?ui'n. et Washburn played wit phenred. Thero wore amateur aner , n. this race for the Goshen Inn purse. The summaries: ..2o clau, trotting; purao U.OOOi amateura to drive Hroneon, br. g., by Ilingen (draveal . 1 Ea Tanguay. br. m.. by I'eter the oreat (Poott) 4 PI vine Keet, blk. m.. by lilrectum Kelly (Kyanl - Klttv Helllnl. gr. m., by Balllnl llllndel .. .4 Notlre II . br. m , by Almcmarrh lUorlllardl 4 t 4 1 Harder Scout, gr a , by Horder , .Knight (Hurk.) . . . .... . . I I 4 I 1 aiazie , 1 iTonniend) I 4dla Demllne. ch. m., by Mabel (Hawyer) " ' t . 1 1 1 1 m i?un. a... hlW. m . bv Lynna Hell (llorni die Time-::IS4., 3:12. 2.14. 2:124. 214 clan, pacing. pure 12. 000: Wanltra. b. m . by Teddy Hentlnel Colonel O.. b. 1. by Alclo (lthodea). Dorothy Audubon, blk. f., by Ed ward AUdUTKin tl'orieri t,akel.le l'rlnceee, b. m . hy Lake- flda Hal (Phalpa) ... 4 Vera, ch. m.. by I.orenin Hamlin (Pitman) ......... 7 Lako (iresory, b. g., b lied Lake (Ooodai 4 I.ady Wanda, b. m.. by AUander (l'ackerl Time 2 04. 2 10, 2 04. 2-30 clan, trotting; puree K OOO: 4 T Hums, h. m., Dy uingara (Uoode) 1 t Hollymod Prancea. b. m., by Zombro (Pitman) 4 Durlelgh Olrl, b. f., by Aqullar (Goldamlth) 1 Ttelglan, b, a., by ningara (Dlckerion) S till 4 3 2 3 Petronella N , b. m.. by Peter let (Ackerman) 5 8 4 Olga'i Hon, b. g., by Bphlnatell rlark) ... dls Ilud Ilingen, b. a , by Hlngen (Torrence) dla Time 2:1. 214. 2:144,. 2ll64. CHAMBERS IN FINAL HOUND. Anderson nnd Phillips tit Piny for Honor of .Mretlnn Hint. WooDMKRr, I I . Autr, 20. Charles I Chambers of the Kings County Lawn Tennis Club advanced to the final round of the open lawn tennis tournament at the' Woodmere Country Club courts here to-day, defeating Lincoln Helmer of the Marine and Field Club by straight sets In tho semi-final round at ! 7, 75, Ho will bo opposed for tho trophy by either Hied Andoreori or H. M. Phillips, who moved out to tho fifth round. Hoth An derson and Phillips Intel a liHrd time wln 'nlng, the former disposing of M. (Wild man In three seta ut 6- 1, fi 8, S 6, and the latter vanquishing (Vdrlc Major at 3 ti, 86, 86 In a match which lasted three hours. Tho summaries: Mn' Slngleh Third round Pred (I. An derson defeated II. N. IJalch 42, 76. pnurtll Hound -P ! Anderaon defeated M. (ioldman, 61, 64, 44, II. M. l'hllllpa defl ated Odrtc Major. 3--4, 46, 46 Henil-dnal Hound Charles Chambers de feated Lincoln Itelmer, S 7. 76, Men'a Doubles First round Htetnacher and itelmer defeated Plihel and Dreyfus, , a- 4, Leventrltt and (ioldman de feated White and Treat, f -3, 63, WINDSOR RACING RESULTS. First Hare, puna, 1400. three. ysar-olda and up, selllnit, 6W furlonus Mama John son. !I9 iHinyth), J to S. won! Union. 44 lllln), to 1 second. Honnob, 107 (Khll 1 line), S to t, third Time, 1 minute 0 4-4 I seconds, Tnv liny Itlil. llrluade, Daddy Olp, llamplnea, Hurrce", Maltlt and llrandywlne also ran. I Second Itara, purse. 00, three-yenr-olds and tipi selllnit. 5t, furloncs fiprlnirmass, 1 104 (Ambrose), 15 to 1. won llustllns; llrsss. I 103 (Claver), 4 to S, second, Ilsndel. 103 iC'allnlianl. S to 2. third Time, 1 minute 1 10 l-S seconds Anavrl. Hlr Krelful. Mmt- fcrlef, Silk Day, Illrdle Williams, Neville, Key and Teucuseh also ran. 1 Thi.,1 itara. r.iniidlun lla ndlrap purse. I 1700. three-year-olds nnd upi ono mile , ifM,.rr 1(17 l iirrlnctonl. t lit 5. won l.u Mode, loo ttinitxni. . to o, I'f'mti. nil- nresslon. 106 (Mlirtlnl, 3 to 5. tnird Time, I mlnule 44 4-5 seconds, Wanda 1'ltier ulsii ran. I'lfil. Once, mine 4700. for two-1 earnda JS furlonKS-Mnru.irr I. 10s (Melcalf , to J. woui HlalKtrt Helen. I0 (Hmythl, t in 1. socond tl"' ! r st ll.il. Ill I.Mc('uhe), 1 to J. third. Time, 1 minute 10 seconils. Dr I.arrlek, lleenan, tar1orln I), also Tall, Il.inilur. Okomus and HintVi Itace. nurse. I00O; (hree.ear-nlds and up. scllltiK, six furlnntie ree and, I nt.ieiifi. li 10 4. won, ll.irry .Slum lull Hmithi. 8 to 1. second, Vrnithee, 100 (Van Iiim'iii. mil. thl'd. Time, eeonds. V See It. ("OMlcs, i lliinul" 1'j l-fi Trlller also run. Heventh Itace purse. 1400. two-yenr-olds i ..n MAIII..U nn. in h. .Hid all eltflltll (Imid Day. 10? (Mmythl, fi to C, V.IUII III Dipper 103 (Martini, II to in, second I n ' Hen, li: ti'ali.lianl. out. third. lime. I mlnule it :!. eeennds Itavanal, El Oro, t'ole and Napier alio ran. With McNamara Next and TWO UPSETS MARK SOUTHAMPTON TILT Johnston and JohnSOIl I'll t Oltfc of It by Men Expected to flo Ilcnton. WASIlIU'ItN IN FINE FORM Downs Former, 7 9, 0 1, 7 5 nnd Onrdner Nips Lntter by 20, 68 nnd 0 1. PotrrrtAMPTON, I I., Aug. 20. That William M. Johnston, the young Lochln var who swept everything before him on his trip East Inet year, Is not the whirl- I wind thnt he was on tils drat nnnertrnnce I In theso pnrts was demonstrated naln to-day. when he was-defeated by Watson I M. Washburn of Harvard In the fifth -n,,A t..nn. mu inudnitnn ' round of the Meadow Club Invitation lavn tfiinls tounuimcnt here. Washburn I touk the Callfornian Into camp In a three set match wltn scores at 7 3, C 1, 75. The outcome of this match wa a great i surpriso to the Urgn crowd of enthusiasts ( who canm ou' to tho courts to see the tussle, for with Maurice 11. McLaughlin, William J. Clothier, Nnrmnn H. Hrookes i and IUchard Morris WJUIams out of the singles, they nil thought that Johnston would have an easy time coming through, There I no douht that Wahburn won the match on his morlts, for seldom If ever has he nlaved better tennla. Hut for the Harvard man to put up the game he did was almost as mucn a surprue us nis victory, for ho had- not been doing any thing startling on the courts this season. Another upset In the singles was the defeat of Wallace F. Johnson of Phila delphia, member of the 1913 Davis cup team, In the flfth round by Oeorge v. ' Onrdner, Jr., of lioston. This match also 1 went to three sets, with tho scores at 2 6, f. 3, H 4. Johnson was the favo- i , ' , . Ti'w. ,Z hVe w rite In this match, in Johnston wan Ing favoiito was beaten after he had won the opening set, Johnston opened very strong In his 1 match BRnlnst Waahburn and had his famous backhand stroke working to per- I foctlon. The Harvnrd man did not show mU(.j strength In the opening games, but nfier i.vttliiif iimv to a bad start nulled towther and m;.!-, a hard fight for the. iirni Pru tiin,.. ii q itM,iFi main weapon of attack, and he used It to great adviintage. For the most part he played tho game from deep court, but when he did go to the not he had tittle difficulty In smothering the forehand drives of the Callfornlan, although they canto over the net with great velocity Johnston did his test work In the open- nK .,et. when his drives were barely batik In of the Ith seem ing carelensness, but hW etrokw were clean cut and well placed and he carried off game after game until he soon had the match tied, 'ine imru sei was ;i base line duel with honors noarly even until the last couple of games, -when tho superior nteadlncin of Washburn asserted Itself. In the other upset Johnson save a pretty exhibition of how to play the chop stroke, and had It working so smoothly that (lardner could do nothlnp with It at first. The Ilostonlaru however, soon learned to handle It, and In the second sot outplayed the Vhlladelphlan easily. In the third set Johnson made a hard rlsrht, ;dle but ho lacked the stamina of hie oppo- nent. Hy their victories Gardner and St asn- i burn advanced to the scml-Annl round. i IUchard Harte of ITilladelphla also at 1 1 ttilned tho round beforo tho lat. but only 4 2 for a short time. Ho moved because It I was announcvd that llobert I.lndley Mur 4 ' 1 ray of Palo Alto would dof.iult. The I j Callfornlan, however, decided to stick to 1 his nuns and will play Harte to-morrow i morning. Heavy rain showers eoftened . , , the courts thle afternoon, but they were i kept working. The summaries: Mt ailow Club Mn' Invitation blnglea Kfth round -O P flardner. Jr . defta nl Wallace P Johnson. 2 . 4 1. ;., ' eon M. Waihburn defeated William M John 1 eon. 7 i. 6 -1. 76. Men'a Double Second round 1 aln- Mirliht and Carter defeated Congru ana Oenrs-. " 5. 43. 8 Walnwrlghl Jr.. i 1 !' M Wntroui deflated P. Paul, Jr., and lr uuw ney 4 2. 86. 6- 2, Mahan and H'..i,K.n ,lfmri Monroe and Coultel d 1 6 2i Thayer and Weber defeated Johnson and Tallnnl. 44. 10 S, 6- 1 Third Hound - .MrLnughlln and llunflv on from Krnit nnd Mohr by defaul Nllei and Ilahney defeated Watson and Wrenn. 40, 4 4: Ilosenbaum and Peek man defeated Btlllmsn and Irving. 2, 4 -I, Johnston and Orllfln defeated Clothier and (lardner. 6 4, 2 6, 6 4. Mahau and Washburn won from taln- right and Carter by default; llrookea and Limed defeated Huftum and North. 61, 60, Thayer and Weber defeated Hlocum and Hobari. a -I, 44. 44. Mlied Doubles First round JIIss Elea. nor Coward and Sidney Thayer. Jr , de. feated JIIss Ruth Ktlllman and Dr Alfred Stlllman, 34, 6 3, 43; Mr. and Mra William J t jotnier aeieaiea air ami .mi. I .lesm Hpauldlng, 4 4. 43; Mra. Marshsll I McLean and Howard Homani ton from Mr and Mrs. O. P. Oardner. Jr.. by default, MLss flrown and William Rand 3d won from . Miss Leo and H Coward hy default. I Second Hound Miss Penno and C K , Watson, Jr., defeated Mlse Mortimer and rteorires Aranvl. 43. 6 1. Mies Lee and M deary won from Mrs. T M. Carnegie and (1 I,. Wrenn, Jr. by default. Miss Kllia beth C. Hiince and W M. Washburn won from Mtes Illanka and P H. Magoun by de fault. NEWPORT POLO TEAM WINS. TiUn Tliorne .tlrniorlnl 'tip When j It llenla .lken 'l'licern, NmwroriT, Aug-. "0. The Newport polo ' tenm won the Thome Memorial rup X'.rt .'ifternoon from the Allten TUeni at the Westchester I'olo Cluh hy it ncoro of S'a i to fi In u Riinm flose and woll played i from start to tlnnlsh. It was markel by 1 hard phiylnK at all tlmos, And New port's ndvantaRe ofa point by hamll- i cap was Junt onoiiKh to keep It ahead i until well nloiKr Into thu gam. then tiome loitfr tlrlN-es by joew fM ws team for the final Koals. The lineup! Newport I-, Infill n lldcp.l Allien Tliers Fell 511 Shaw McKean. n 1.1..V. . 11 ... ti't.1... Hdcp. .' I 1'. Randolph 1 3 Le Itoy Whitney 3--W Jf Ilew 413 K W Hnnplnt t-lloaard PhlpiMi. . .. 2 4 P. D. Mills. . Total handicap. .. 9 Total handicap. . Newport Onals by Randolph. 6: Fell, .1; I.oc: Inn. 5 by fold: net siore. M Aiken Tlseis-(loals - Ily Whitney. Hopping, 3: Mllla. Ilaiidlraii. 1: lust 1 by fouls; net score, S. Kef eree Spemrr Kislie. Until)' fur 1'Innl nt Nt-ss porl, NnwronT, Auk. 20. The seml-flnul mutohea In ho mlrtil double tennis tour nament at tho Casino were played this mornliiK. nnd as a result Mrs. Howard fl, t'ushlnt? nnd Horls Yonlno will meet Mrs. William Karl Pod ami K. 15. Plxoii In the llnal lound. In to-day's nutli'h Mrs Cushlnir and Mr. Yonlnn he.it Mis. William Oondliy Loew and lnwreiwe I.. Watirbury, fi 1, 75. and Mrs. Dodira mil Mr. Plxon luat Mrs. Iiorllhtrd Hih-ii-oe.r, Jr., and .1. S. Hrown, Jr., fi 4, 7--5 NiTorda IVIiia llfllileliem Prlae, niiTHLEiiiiM. N. II.. Auk, 20. W. V Rwordt of the. O.iltl.iuil flolt flub won tieat iiwibil In n stiivlal liauillcait at fountry Club links to-day riaylnK with handicap of he mado an SI. pvlns a .3 net. A, T (luterm of Lexlntrton niailo SO 071 and IUchard Oroshulz of Phil- adelphla 101 25 7. PLAY WITH GREENS FLOODED. It. y. Mtindr of Ardaley Win tiolf Trophr in Haiti. MAi'LnwooD, N, II., Aug. 10. Undis turbed by a doluge of rain which flooded several greens Jt. K, Mundy of Ardsley and Walter M. Johnson of Commonwealth, llnatlsts In the Maplewood fourth an nuul Invitation tournament, started thl afternoon on the second round of their 30 hole match after finishing all square for the morning circuit. Mundy proved the victor on the thirty-fourth hole by 4 and 2, laying Johnson a atymle whloh forced him to take a 7 to the Ardsley man's . V. A. Shields, Albany, scored a 1 up victory over C. Stockman. Lexington, In tho third sixteen. Htackni.m was dormy 3 down, but won two holes straight and a halve on the alghteenth cave the match to tihlelds. Finals In the second and fourth slxlcens will be played to morrow. The summary: Maplewood Cup Final round Mundy btat Johnaon, 4 and 2. 1'rrilJrnt'i (iup Seml'flnal round F. II. Italloy. Itrae llurn, by default trom J. II. Avery, D-trotl, I'. T. Dodge, Maplewood, beat It. Fcuchlwanirer, Canoa Urook, t anil Z Directors' Cun Seml.flnal round C. Htackman, Lexington, beat J. Koreet llllle. 2 and li I" A. Hhlrlda, Jr., . Uf.l U. II II Ult. Allien)', beat J. A. Outhelm, Lexington. 4 ""jj,,?;, ,,,,, bt4t mftrUmjn, 1 up. t a ry'a Cup-9enil-flnnl round W D. Fnk , Xndree, beat M. c Klgglni, Deal. and t. J J Ilennenay, Maplawood. beat llrlen. Ve.per. i and t. . .She's clever, she dances beautl fully Tuesdays, W e d n e a d a ys, Thursdays and Fridays on the MOONLIGHT HAII.3 UP THE HUDSON. Round Trip 50 CENTS The New York He view's Hllver Cup will be presented to the successful courile dancing to- 'pier na. North Itlver, foot of Cnnal St.. K P. SI.: . mart si.,K:4t V. si. lteturnlni; to w ta.d st IIMd'al 11 P. SI. Phone Iay ami Nlelil -Spring; 1i4()(. CONEY ISLAND l,itl. l..sr laillH sriiKHI. Jo. .tn, lo.iiaii A. Mi'-M I 15. 2 on. 5:45. i.raii. I'M. it i, nuiiiii mvr.n. 0 15. 10.-.U. 11.13 A. II . 13.15. 1 15. 3CO. 2:43,3X1. 4'I5. M"l, 41), n 40, 7.15. 8.15. JO p. M. I.MVE STliKl'U.CIIAHU (JO MKT l.ILAM). 10.53 A M. 12:23. 1.25. 2J5, 3.1(1,3:55 ( 55 623, 0. 10. 7 10. 7:50. N25. 015, 10 40 P. M. I rip marked doei not go lo I39lh St. iinnn.i T,iii,i.i. I Iont UUin St. So Centi. Kound Trip 1 Icketa ,,1(.r N 4c, Deep Sea Fishing Str. "Taurus' Dally at H A. M. from I'ler I. N. It.. U.M.V. Hrrkciay. 73 tenia Sundayi A l(nllday., Il.no. ROCKAWAY BEACH hi,. "GRAND REPUBLIC" 1. tc VonUrr.il JS A. U.t W. 1311th St. O'tO A.M. 1.15 P M.S I'ler 1. .N. It., 1020 A, M., 215 P. M.i Itockaxuv, 12J30, 5 JO . M iramfer lo str. "('.rand ttepubllr." Ituund Trip rirketi. nor. Children ane. Full Time Tablra are alio on In aide nf hark rover of Telephone Directories. Telephone Hector 473, It LOCK IBLASD, OtUBNT. OHEE.NPOTIT 8HB1.TEII ISLAND AND SAO HAHIlOlt. tr 'fihlnnecock" of Montauk Steam' oal Co.'i t.lni Imti N T Plar 4. B. n., Tuea. and Thun. 5!l0 P M; Sat.. l!00 P. U. ffTSSrrriurf VuTaocoAi.' no iriui-i.uni i i qIVm Hnnalconrji $1.00 Next Sunday 'pVh; Lt. W. 3M St. 8.50 i Ubtrty Suo.00st. Jackson Ave, Jctiey City, 9.17 a . Mauch Chunk $1.50 NEXT SUNDAY Lt. TV. 23rd St. 8.20; Liberty St. 8 JO a a. Jickioo Ave., Jtney City, S.47 a.m. via New Jersey Central DAYLIGHT TRIPS Long Island Sound atrial inunnM IIUrn Monday Ktr CIIKS. I iibn kunuvn ki1u7r.11 iv uitarin ivs. J'lSr IU. pt It. 1 11 Houston St.. ivivv a in, v. of E. JSnd si., IOsIO a m, for Nsw tendon. Norwich, Htonlnaton. Watch Hill. Narraian 1 tstt Plar. Provldincs, Iloiton, Ac. Foldir on dltr Ticket Agent. 171 llroadway. N. T. DLOCK ISLAND, rf'A'n U EVERY SUNDAY. ).0U Via Lone Island B. II. Special Eipress train lo Montauk, then bv sleanier "Shlnnecock" to lllK-k Island Kor full particulars see Mat illday'a papers, j AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE OWITBM AMD 3BX14IMI OF AD. TOMOBILCB, COUMBHCUL VBHI CIM dAIUOBB, TllUta BQUIP afBrTTO. ALSO III PAIR OOU. PARIES. WILL ALWAYS FIND OaOCTHINa OP INTBrtRtTT IN THIS COLDMN. 4' MtTST aell at ones my H14 left drive 34 h. p, Locomobile: driven very littles ! cost 14,100 new I. I). WII.I.IAMH, Waldorf.Aatorla. ITALA. 41. h n. four paasenger roadster: perfect condition, 1740. CHAM. 11. Hll.SM & CO., 1640 llroadway AUTOMOIHI.r, INHTHUCTION. the i ..TJ.'AT the HTF.WAHT Uooklet aiplalns WItT uur course is itr.n r. Inspsct out plant and ba convinced j v. siih 8t. .TnunHiir nupprirs 1 AUTOMOHII.B HUPPLIES. I -s,,,i, ROI.I.KK nKAHINfiR. r.nllllam To, 1 til V. tltlt HI. (al nroadwaj), Col. 14. KXCJCRSIONt lrj.ijj.ii riF I m?i mil )N F 1 " tslw r ierevil lVlij: fI"Wfll 1 Quintet Third H0YT HAS TWO FINE ROUNDS. III TO and 7ft Give Htm Selected Soore of 00, firocKBRtoa, Mass., Aug. 10, P. H, Hoyt of Woodland won the jurlxe for the best gross score In the 86 holes best solected 1& holes handicap tournament of the BtocXbrldge Golf Club to-day, having a it rrosa. Hoyt also brnko tho 18 hole record for the course, reducing It from 71 to 70. He also tied the S6 hide record of 145 made the day before by Walter R. Tuckennan of Washington, D. CX, with a 7& for his afternoon round. J, J. Madsen of Mount Tom, Holyoke, won the prise for the best net score, 7614, 61, although tied by Hoyt The committee ruled that Hoyt had enough honors for one day. The 36 hole finals for the Stockbtidge cup will be played to-morrow between H. H. "Hovey of Providence, champion of Ilhode Island, and P H. Hoyt, runner up for the Massachusetts championship. The summary : K. II. Hoyt Woodland, 4 i, 44: J. J. Mailnen, Mount Tom, 7114, (14. anlght l'artrldge. Iledfnrd. el t, 41; It. II. Hotey, Providence, CS S, 44; E. n. Merrlam, Aga warn Hunt, 76 . e; R. H. Alderman, Mount Tom, 1214, 47, W. I). MacDonald, War llurn, 714. 47, W II Tuckcrmnn, tVaahlngton, 70 J, 4; II. Seeley, Hrldgeport, 71:, U: S II Davie, M-U, 4, C M, Caldwell. Hprlngfleld, 77 -4. 4), . fl, Crabb. New Haven. 7910, 49. C J Tlellamy, NprlngnaM, 744, 70. H. McKln ney. Hartford. 431!. 70. V. W, Williams! jirlngtlald, 716. 71, R, D. Oraham, 1110 Dltquallned. Hudson River by Daylight All fterrlee Pally P.ioept Hundaj, Dlrert ftell I'nnn.llnn. In el! nnlnl. In the Catikllla. Saratoga, the Adlrondacki. the west and .North. Muile. Iteetaurant. Sir. "Washington Irving" Tneadaya, Tliundaya. Maturdaja. Str. "Hendrick Hudson" Mondayi, Wednradaya, Prldaya. Deibroeiea St.. t to A t : W HA St . t A. M. , W 129th 8t.. 4:10 A M . Yonkerj, 4:45 A. M., landing at Weit Point. New.! burjh. Poughkeepele. Klngiton Point. Can kill, iiudion and Albany All through rail i tlekett batwaen New Vork ana Albany ic eaptad, SARATOOA Treek.end.l good going Prl day and Waturdaj, returning Monday, 4.50. j Str. "Robert Fulton" li Dnbroee St. 9:40 A M i W 4d i 10 A. M . W. 123-th St, 10 20 A. M i Vonkera. 10;60 A M. for We.t Point. Torn- wall. Newburgh and Poughkeepile. returning am day In auneat and twilight. Steamer "Albany" Afternoon boat for Weet Point, Newburgh. Poughkeepule, Klngiton and way landing. leave. ,5,('etsll-',l1,i M,' r'1 TonKere, :;i i" m uany eicept nunaay Ideal outing to Weit Point, returning by Str 'ItOIIP.Itr Pl'I.TO.N," 11.00. ! Hudson River Day Line (AI.I1ANY DAT LINK.) , Deahroaeea 8t, Pier. New York. Tel. Spring 4141. Comlortabla, Spaady, Eleoant Way to NORTH JERSEY COAST RESORTS Allislic H'Ohlir ds, loss Irises, 4ik.ru Pars, Brleor, Point Pleutnl, sic, li ill li twin Icrcw f Irtri tl tin SANDY HOOK ROUTE NEW JERSHV CENTRAL An Ideal way to aoa New Vork Harbor !-. N Y.I'l.fll.N R lo.tl 4)1 fl . tk.l.r.. I 5a. t It. l).i m II SO, I to. 9 II. It's. II. f 41. p.m. bjs4r9 0, lO.OOt m. 1 1.00. I U.t JSp m. (I0.4C p.m. V. 1 eng Sr. cnl ) I.v. N, V.. n 10, N, K loot C.4.r SI . wk iiY. S.ll, 10 CO. ll.CO ra. I I C9, I M, S IS. !, S S, 1.10 p in gjnliy S 30 10 90 s m l 1.90. 4 CO, 7.019 P. ra. (11.10 an, I' te(S, enlr,) f "I'.ir.n S.pl )ih. Ftvil'tUil at Fft,lar Prtttlt liana Trip. Niv Ysrl Atlss tloBUhlindi, 4100. kousd trip r.s h. in.. ttt.pt es 9utm.it l.ttlaf W UiV , l dan. S -". T 41 p m. I 8 J 10 t)p m CltrSi. nttlcdtvt. 9 41, 1 tOp m. iStin. 11 10 p m tssiaaisss sistiasia si s ii, ssn. HIGHLAND LAKE and i I $atyii..' NTER5TATFPARK I3UPthiHUDSON FastSteelStr. HIGHLANDER and tJttra Heat friun 1'pinv.n Landings. I.vs.llatler),ti:.10: TP.'JMd SI. ,ll);. 1.12nd Ml., lo::lO! Innkers, II A, M. Mound Trip Dally, 40c! Children. J5e; Sundajs A llolldnvs 7o.; Children. Uv, honkers, ,W Music. IJ4R(ir. HANI I.MI rl.Olllt. Ilefre'h menti. All Outdoor Snorts. IIM hrs. ut Ml. IA U.T Tlill'S IO Inter-State Park Landings (AI.OMI IIIK III DSON KIVI l(. I'njov a Pleasant Dav I ndrr the I'alliadet Sir. "Hay Illdue" la. W li'Oth St Dally at 10 JO A. M .29X1. t) 1'. M l-srrj.-ins Hound Trip Children free. MrAIIIler M'h t l'n NKW HTHKI. STKAMRIl MAONiril'KNT IIAI.I.IIOOM DANt'lNfl l'ltKH. Ileautlful Silver Cup Danclnr Contests. Mon , Wed, A Prl Errs, t'l' T1IK IIUPHON DAILY AND BtlNDAY HAY Tltll" NK.WIH'IKiH AMI KKTl'HN, Iay trip omitted Monday Hesrular Htops at West I'olnt dally, eicept Hundity and Monday. NKillT S.11. UP Tim HUDSON. Night trip ends it 131st Ht. 41.00 I jich Hound Trip. MDIlNINd. I KVKNINO Leave Ilattery. A. M Jl.v Hatlery, 7:S0T. M W 181. t HI., 10 A, M (West 131st PL, 4:10 Yonkers, 10;S0 A M, p. M Tel, 179 and 1143 Hrnad and 3444 Mnrnlnirslde. la Hnat and I roller. aJ.'JS. TTorreiter, 'i.riOi I'rnvldent e dlrert, I.SO Ilally. Inclaillnt: hunilat, Ii::lo p. M. Malrronros, SI.OII. I. Ml en yt.O'l trom I'ler H. I" It. 'Phone 2J00 Ileekman. City" Tlcliel Omoc. JW llroadway. N. V. Uplawu llcltel urace. U'uuy and 2Jd ML u i i 1. un i i Tor Highland. rieabriKliI Ionic Hranch, Asbury I'srk and all Jersey seaside irsorts i.eate West 3Stli .It . in 4l A, M., 3 l. M llaiirry (near houlh ferry), U2d. ll;2u A, M ; a.30 P. M SHNDAYS West SStll HI., S:I3, C 30. 10 A, M.i Ilattery. 0 20, 10, 10 3d A, M, CONEY ISLAND AND ROCKAWAY BEACH TO-DAY INCI.l'HINO 41 rT S3II ST. HTKAMKKH lt(IM;il.l.i: hVI.VKSTKH Leave West 13th Ht , 11 3ft A 10:30, I P. M, West 23rd Ht . 10:00, 11 00, 1 30, 2 16. Ilattery. 10.30, 11 -30. 2 00, 3:00. Coney Island, li30, H t SO. fi 30. 7,. Rackawav, lt40 4 -.in. ,'i 30 A It 30. EXTHA THIPS SUNDAY. H-HlHHHM-Ba--nnHnH-B To Boston And New England Points Fall River Line L. Pier 14, K. It. fool Pulton St.. reek day and Sundayi, 030 P. M. Steamers COMMO.VWKAITTII and PltlNCII.LA. Ornheatrs on each. $1.00 nnd $2.00 Outside Staterooms. Inside Staterooms have Outside Ventilation and arc Always Cool and Comfortable. Other Long Island Sound Routes Nrw nmpnnn link Direct route to .Sew prdfsrd, Mum , and iimmrr reaorta on llurrarda ltay, Ca?e Cod and Marttaa Vlnetord and Neniucket. Str. ItAINK and Sr.W HAMI'SlllKr.. I.v. I"er 40, N It., foot of Huutlon Mt. week daya only, tm P M iininr.ppnRT mm: I.v. pier 29. Pael Hlter. week days, atxj P.M. I.eaxe foot Kaet 22d St.. week daja, J:30 P. U. Sundaya 4.i P. U. steamer NAL'OATLCK. TIckeM, StatrronnM and Information t 4'HeTlrket OflltV, 111 ll'waj, near Cortlandtl alio at ,. V.Tranifer imie. Tourlit Otnres and I'leri. PIHI.M: COItT. Biai. The New England Steamship Co. EASTERN STEAMSHIP LINES A LL-THE- WA Y- BY- WA TER PORTLAND To Vacationists bound for Maine will find this 390 mile sea trip of 22 hours a fascinating holiday part of the -vacation itself. BIft, roomy steamships, with first -clnv din ing saloon service and splendid staterooms. Ntrel Meanuhlps 4M.lt Cltl.OW anil NOHT1I ht.MI (Slatnn Strain hip I.lno) I cum' I'ler III. North Hlvnr, foot nf Vtnrroii Nlrert at & P. SI. Ttit-atlaa, Tliursda)s and !4alurdas. .Spci'lal DAS' Till P '4cry Slomlay at lOllio A. SI. Tickrti and all information at the Plcm; alno Cliy Ticket Office, 200 Droadteay, ami CHyToMTM nnd ,V. 1' Tranner Co. oJtcr. Eastern Steamship Corporation DONT STAY HOME SUNDAY Come out on the Hudson Hlver, where why the- most popular steamer nn tho Hudson is the lrDayKrUiy T ",''f PS TT-T WtV 1 4TTV-T --t- -- f- mmf'tt "ADIROpJOACK" Pier 32. N. R. (foot Canal St.) West 132d St. Pier lYonkers Newburg, Poughkeepsic and Return, $1.00 every Sunday 'Phone day and night. Spring 9400. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY i WEST POINT SAIL Saturday Afternoon Daylight Twilight Searchlight "ADIRONDACK" In? ;" Cuisine Unexcelled. Music. Dancing. C.e Ct-m i'ikii nt. .nohtii in visit, a v. m. wkst man si.. 7.4s p. m. OU 'IS. itnruit.NiMi m.nu r. 31. iom: iiourc at wkst roiT.i The River Invites You Sunday Gel away from the city's sweltering The plraMiilest iav to spend the tiny Sunilat-- la vallinr ta alllni: to N'euburchor I'ouKlikfepsle on the spacious white filer "RENSSELAER" Pier 32 N. R., foot Canal St 8:45 A. M. W. 132d St 9:30 A.M. (The uraimr takes Hear Mountain passengers i Weit 13M St ) Round Trip $1.00 Phone-Day ami Mint Spring !'. nimsON NAVIGATION 4'0. AFTERNOON SAIL Hudson DayUxlaoceau voyaie. Mirconl Wireless. "Nwr oat o' tight o' land" Season Round Trip. $3.30 One way, 12.80 ATLANTIC CITV STKAMS1I1P I INE Nsw York limoklrn llrldiu I'l-r. lootol ltonao veil Ht., I'hone. lleekmall 21WI Uptown t)mce, B fU'nr.nrosJwiy Aa.idHl.: lMwnionORlre, 90S Hrosdnny. lltooklyn OCIre. 349 lllllon HI, AH.nilc i:iiy Hrail ol New Jersey Ave. I'nonea, lieu, asil: fost. lltl. -mi". rrni.M' nn n.KtNrn." COLONIAL LINE BOSTON VnViuW $2.75 I PROVIDENCE & $1-75 Week Outs and .Mil. ui.sk nt i M I , si. Iroiii i icr '3'.' ,N, It., foot Wist Houston st. All Outside looms, tsi.liu to ai.i.iiii. iiircirss euui mrnl. t'ploun (imre. Iliuadway and 2: "lelephone hpilnt utui HARTFORD LINE Prom New l'lrr an, i:asl lllver.font nf Pick Slip, dally eirept Hundav at . P M for Connecticut Itltcf landlnct. Write for Hummer fuldrr. I I al'infi v a in. lllll J I I A f " ' mit'HH I IV- - -i i i Providence Line Pally eirept Sunday. I.v Pier 14, N, n foot Pulton Bl BOO P. M. Str. PKOVI" IIKMCR and PLYMOUTH. .i:r i.o.mio.v i.oitvf icin link Direct route to .New Ixindnn. Watch Jilll, nktk Itland ud NnriaBonnett Pier. Lv. I'ler 10, ,N .' , (not llmmlon .St., neek days, 9:0 p M I'ler 7", I' It . foot P. 23d St.. S-00 I' ,M. AUo .'Jlili.inie HI Oil aDd 10.10 A. M. rrirrrtUdv Mm. ( IT 111 U)i;U. and tHPSlK'l V CHAI IS m:i iioi:.N i.inp. To ,cw Haven. HarUord. Sptlnr"ld and North I.v. I'ler 29. K. It., ft. Catharine St.. neelt daya. 2 4S P M Hunda, 93D A. M. I.v EaM 2M St., week daya, S) P. II. Sun daya 10 00 A. M. Hteamer IlICHAflD PECK. R Maine the cool breezes blow. Everybody knows 10:00 A. M. 10:45 A. M. 11:30 A. M. heat next n i in i r Tit m Str. "Albany" to Rft . WEST POINT $1 I rates Peshronses St., t:48: W. d Mt 2l; IV. 150th !4 2 50; Vnnkers, 2 IS l. U Iteturnlnc, Mr. "Hnherl I'ulton" leaves West I'olnt IM P. M duo W, 42d St. (a p. m. her tlic dally eirept Sunday, Music. Rejtaurant. Idcnl Trip for Snturdny Afternoon River Day Line p nil -iirinc, ynrU .So I'liiini-rllon vtltlimi) other Msht I. Ine MANHATTAN LINE U.oo to ALBANY rilKOl'l.tl TICKETS AND IIACGAGE t IIKCKKI) TO ALL POINTi. Eieellrnt Dlnlni Service a la Carte. Steamers Isave dally, pier 3S. Nona ntver, foot wist Houston fit . t'14 U.I I West 131st Ht.. 4 P M. Tel 42S1 . J Sight-Seeing Yachts tiiisi-ii A l iii.n a lutTtlil Aruuni. ,sw York Dallv llaitery I'ler. 10.J0. 2:30, Lecturer, HALCYON to the Ocean, Handy lloo'. K .Scot, land l.lcbtahlp. 1:30; ret. iM. Tel. llroad 3373 Popular srniM; Yacht Clifton Around Maliliallnli Isle, I.v. ft W 4.d HI , Intlly A Huns. 10 30 & !i30, Tks. A (ndeis all hotels .t Hi offices Tel 444 1 liramercl TOI'IIS, SUMMER TOURS;? Ideal Vj.'sMoiis i n .ind i ' i Se;i Hend to pane lie klel Mailed fret, MArtPTKHf. 1214 Ur'd'' Nye