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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915.
4-4- Brady Leads Hagen tn First Day of Massachusetts Open Carter Repeats Hts Victory in Junior Golf lnl rn ( Hi M 111 r r Ml-all-jiU MM ar for ind at Ht rtr lUl :lon fuit m ileb nt try. to- il icnt idir inr, r al irljr tr- teal in toM and ah lent ibla re tain hla or. Ilnr en tloU yan iav lean and Died Mr. no r lean rK it-a rt- lid. BRADY HAS LEAD OF ONLY TWO STROKES UnfM'ii, Nicliolls, Unnics and Oiiimct Follow in Order at Hrookline Golf. FlXAl iW HOIiKH TO-DAY nnooKMNB. Mnfw.. Jin 30. M. .1. nrn.t. thf WolliiMmi (lolf Club pro. findnr.iil, with n arore of 111, led n Held of fifty-right at.irtcr nl the end of th l,rM 3ii hole play In Hie Maswichu.ie.tti -reii P'f cliamploiifhlp nt the Hrookllno ("numrv Olnh. .Next in nun. wiin came W. Himeti. (Ill Nlcholl!", wh.i fqtnllcd the rotirae. record of 7 In prun lice eMcrday. wn third with 149. .S'lcholl wiim out In " this morning, but th! tifternooli he hnd n curd of "2, hlrli was the arcomt herd round of tho "' .. j, M, lt.irnes of Whltem.irsh nllcy ,m fourth wltli ISO, mid one titroku r.orse enmo l-'rnnels Oultnot, tho nn tlonnl nd- Stnte nmatcur champion. Ouimet vim right nt home on the course that brought hint International fume two j ears ago. His morning round for n 74 was lettered by only two plnyern and lie took 5 strokes 'for the short seventh hole. During his afternoon round the champion did not do as well, a 77 mak ing hla total I St. Hrady plaicd lienutlful golf, a B nt the first nnd n 5 nt tho seventh hole this morning, preventing him from mak ing a record for two rounds. The score: A.M. l'.M. Tl. M J llra.br. vtnliaston Tl 71 77 71 Walter lliurn. Ilochester (ill Nirholls. Wllmlniftnii j M. Ilarnrs. Whitemarsh..... Francis Oulmct, Woodland.... T I. .McNamara, unattached.. liH Trlller. Canoe llrook.... (ifore Uovrdrii. Tcdcsco....... T Kerrlcan. Pedham..., in. imiAp.nn. Montclalr. , 71) , 71 , :n . 71 . 71 , 77 7S M el ) r M M M is 78 A K. Held, tipper Montclalr.... 7S 1' J Doric. .Myopia... . Fred Mcleod. Columbia 79 Wilfred r Kent, Sea View....... ! W Whtttemore. The Country 7 Orrln Terry, Belmont w Alei Campbell, llaltlmore V, T It. Fuller. Ilatherly 2 C II Homier. Woodbury . K. Sterne, Tatnuck .., f Mult Campbell. The Country.... to l-eon M .McDonald, unattached. 7 A, J Sinderson. Uoulojne M Amateur. HONORS FALL TO REYNOLDS. Geta Medal ftnlnrr In Qunllfylnu for Qaakrr Golf Title. PittLADKLnttA, Jun 30. Honors In rh (lualifjing round of the lmllvldti.il golf champlonnhlp of Thllaxlclphla nt the WTiltemaroh Valley Country Club to-day were curried off by Walter II. Ileynolds of the Woodbury Country Club. With 151 rtrokea for the thlrty-slx holes he won the gold medal for tho low Bcore In the qualifying; round. Then with total for 72 holes. 36 In the Josenh Henry Patterson Memorial Cup and 36 to-lay. he raptured the silver cross of tho Golf ANodation of Philadelphia. His 71 In hla afternoon round to-day not only broke the amateur record for the coitrw, I mt also tloI tho proreesionni record made by Walter Hacen. The iuallflen: W. II. neynoldi, ISt: C. It. Webiter. Jr., 1t, M Itlily, HJ: T. W. Dyer. 13; II. H. Newton. 14; 8. U. Starwood. 166. I.. 51 Wanhburn. 1; II. 1. Wllloughby, lj (1. A. Crump. 170; II. Iluxton. 171 : II. .. Handa. 1,1; N. II. McKarland. 171; C. II. Calvert. U!. A. W. Tllllnchatt. 171! F. W Sargent. 173; Wllaon Potter. 173: C. II. Mauley. 173: A. II. Kranclne. 171; Harold Kltaon, 176; V. M. Mahan.' 178. V. H. nicking. 17C; M. P. onr. 177: J. P. Maebean. Jr.. 1,7; ii -w rernn. I7i B. n. ntier. nn; i:. a Cervlce, w. P. Cleveland, 179; it. P Smith. 173: S. I). IVrlEht. Jr.. 10: N. II Main ell, ISO, K A. Chalmers. 10; 'IV. M. Weaver. 11. W .1. XI. Dver. III. Tied for mm place ami will play off i -morrow nmrning. WINNING OWNERS GET CUPS. Ilrnnklyn l.lnht Harness .Scries Point Trophies Presented. Tlie silver cups to the victorious trot t?rs and pacers which scored the most points In the first scries of eight mat Inees of the Pleasure Drivers Assucln lion were presented to the successful owners yesterday nt the Parkway Driv ing Club. .1. D. Mc, a bay gelding owned by Joseph Hahnesand, proved tho best pacer, scoring 2ft points. Chief, ueorge. Dalrymple's bay gelding, ro dved second prize and Albert K. Peck's blnek mire. Nettle Direct, third. In the trotting division King Audubon, oned by Matthew Dean, ami H. (1 Itoulston's Silver Korbes tied, each with IP points. A coin was tossed and Mr. Kean won first prize. Thomas Hood wns third best l-Viir races followed tho presentation of the prizes. The sum marles : . A Pare: " inreet h. jr. (Bert Ha III 3 1 1 ..r..i- wireci. rIK. ni. I A. K. reek) . 1 ; Time 1:11, 1:1314, 1:11. Han H Paeei fWine, h. K (II. (.'. rtonl.ton) I "orte Patrhen. b a. T Hopper)... : Time till. 1:111$ Cla... V Paces Nrnto rioy, b. . (V. Hornhuckle) . . 1 ' hlef, b k (i! Dalrymple) j Time l:Ui, mil,. fM B Trot: t1'"' Forb... h. K (II. C. Rouliton).. I Thomas Hooi, h. g. it Ixekood) .. : Time I 16, To Mnke llrlilice nnd ninw It Vp. -ometn ng new tn enniirelnn u'lll, track and field nthletle irameu will h -inereri m- t ie Ir sh Anierlrnn Athlntlp 1Tuh and the Affiliated Hulldlng Trades their Joint athletic nnd military car- ai wic ram on Monday nfter- Moon T..lli. 1 M I . " .luimicti hwi-i- tinu men '0)11 it-. TWenll -MPPnm! ItMm.nl runs of Engineers, N. fj. .V, V will "end nm will demons-train how pon- rnies are mint mid also how " '!! mid easily they are destroyed by "eily invented high power explosive '"'Ii Is 11 irreat deal mnri, nnu-or-rni ,,n.i fe lt ih.. dynamite, but still nnt on tun Full VlHrillllon Itlalnnee, wuneeinent yesterday that mod. Ul.iiat ion race of abriiit tuii' flb'S would w held at the Piiuiimn- l'IHo International Hxposltlon on Au- iiai to created an Impression that the raiHjiion distance marathon of about r-entVHlx miles had been cancelled. lek Hublen, secrctary-treas-of the Amateur Athletic Union. Il'es thill Sllell Is nnt the -nun nnd Ihnl full dtitance marathon race will be I'll on ,eiitflnbir 2.r. im orlirlnnllv I'i'duled, I'll to Itun l nnil U. Alhlellin. , "MIKI U'. lllllll Ht. I. former football star at Holy Cioss, leeepicd a posillun with I'muklln .Miltslmll Colleire. I.m ilnr. I'n Iwlll have COIIIIllele i,b:ii-L'n ,.t 1, 111. a lu the college, belmr niiifpHsni- of Meal Instruction and director of uth- CARTER TAKES HIS THIRD AND LAST JUNIOR TITLE Nassau Youth, Who Will Be Twenty Next Year, Defeats Mcllwaine 6 and 5 in Semi-final and Then Downs Lewis on Twentieth Green. llAIUIK.M ClTV, I.. I,, Juno 30. Philip Carter of Xnrsau won his third nnd Inst Junior metropolitan golf championship to-day, although hn wan hard pressed to do It, In the final round pluod this afternoon on tho links of tho tlnrden City (Jolf Club Carter defeated Iteglnnld M. I,ewl of Wyltagyl on the nineteenth green. Hlncc the Junior tournament wna Instituted In 1012 by the Metropolitan olf Association Carter's name has been prominent each year. Ho was runner up In 1912, won tho tltlo In 1913 ami now twice has defended It successfully. He will ho over 20 years of age, how ever, by tho tlmo noxt year's tourney Is plnyeil. so ho will havo to surrender his honors then without making a de fence. Although there was n tltlo nt stake. neither Carter nor Lewis played cspc- lally good golf. They started out In a good lu til red, happy go lucky manner that although It created a flno atmos phere of good fellowship nbout tho match seemed to keep both of them from settling down nnd idnylng tho kind of game of which they lire capable. It was in marked contrast to their play In tho morning too, for In ono seml-Ilnal Carter went out In 37. a stroke under par, nnd beat Archlo Mcllwaine, tho medallist, by 6 up nnd S to play, and In the other match I-k-wIs played excellent golf ngalnst Howard W. Maxwell, Jr., winning by S up nnd I to play. ?o complaint could be found with tho final, however, ns far ns Its closeness was concerned, for It was nln nnd tuck nil of the way. Carter managed to get as much ns 2 up early In the match, but ins lead iiulckly disappeared nnd for the rest of tho Journey neither was more than one hole ahead at any point. The match began with a halved hole, but en tho second the sloppy golf began, Cnrter overplaying the green, wasting two shots in tne sand nnd les nc tho hole, llnth took three putts on the third green, but on the fourth Lewis took three shots to reach the road In front f thu gieen. two more to pby out and picked up his ball after ml.islng his try for a 6. Carter won the fifth also when Lewis took tnrco putts nnd made It three holes In a row by holing a long putt for u on the sixth. It was a hard lmln for Lewis to lose, for ho seemingly had saved himself from a auro loss by play ing a great Iron shot from n bunker bo. side tho fourteenth green, into which a nooked drlvo had taken his ball. Having lost thrco holes In succession and become 2 down, Lewis set about tho task of getting square, and It took him lutt two holes to do It. Ho didn't have to hole out on either, for nftcr playing nlong In tho rough for a while on tho seventh Carter gave up the hole, and a topped drive on the eighth cost the cham pion that hole as well. Tho ninth was halved, so they turned for homo all square, Carter being out In 43 and Lewis in 42. On the tenth hole Lewis lLsmvereit that accurate play Is not always re warded as It should be. He made a lino drive straight down the f.ilrwav and Carter hooked Into the rough. Ills sec ond shot was on tho green, twcnty-flVA feet from the pin, and Carter's second, piayen irntn a Dad lie, new over tho green nnd Into tho rough bevond. As Carter had not been mi tho green sine no left the tee It looked like n sure win for Lewis, but Carter holed his chip shot ror a j nnd i.ewis misled his long haul putt by a hair's breadth, losing tho hole. no squared matters on tho eleventh. however, when Carter took three putts, ond ns neither cams anywhere near thi green from tho teo on tho short twelfth mat nolo was halved In 4. Lewis gained a clear stroke on Cnrter when the champion topped his drive, but thn advantage, wns lost when the green win readied, as Lewis approached over Into tne nunkcr behind the green on thu left EIGHTEEN HOLES TOO LIMITED FOR AD MEN Many Matches Carried Ileyonil Homo Green I'arker, Oliver nnd Hamilton Choices. Hot Sphinos, Va June 30. The first round of match play In thn golf tourna ment of tho American (Jolf Association of Advertising Interests to-day wns maiked by several extra hole matches and ono twenty-seven hole match In which Harry C. Mllholland of Pitts, burg, president of tho association, beat Ills opponent, F. W. Nye of New York, 2 up. A. L. Aldrcd of Providence beat A. n. Gardner. New York, and tleorgo A. Schofleld, New York, bent C. II. Ault, New York, on the nineteenth green. Don Parker. Louis Hsmlllnn nnd All gustus Oliver are favorites In the cham pionship flight. Parker plays A. C. O. Hammesfnhr to-morrow, Lee Maxwell meets A. II. Johnton, Louis A. Hamilton plays F. J. Hoss. and W. P Wood plays A. K Oliver. The summaries ; First Sixteen D. M. Parker heat 7. T. Miller. '.' and 1. A C (I Hanimf sfahr heat V, II. Hlssnn. .1 and 3, Lee Maxwell l.eat It. It, Matnlnk, 5 up; A, II Johnson bent if (' MrMIIUn. 3 and 3. L. A. Hamilton , beat H A. Thompson. 5 and 4. F J. Hons heat A. .1 Watson, 3 and I. W I' Wood beat II. II. J.enls. l up. .- u oilier neat 11. M. Iloopes, 3 and 2. Mecond Hlsleen It. I.. Whllton I SI. heat It. F. aln (1. 3 and 3. II 11 HpnuldinK III), beat II. H .Malllson tl3 t up; l.a fajette Voung (181 beat W 11 l.ishar (14). 4 and 3. It 1). Hutler (101 beat II. II. Treadwell 1311. I "I". F A Sperry iI3i. heat (1 !. Jnnm (O, 2 UP. .1 C Mirtlll (131 he.it T. 11. Conklln (HH, 1 up; A I. Aldrrd (II) I'ent A. It (i.inlner (121, 1 mi 115 holesi; II ('. Mllholland (14) beat V K Si- (3D. 3 up (37 holes) Third Sixteen F H. Smith (l) beat A S. .Moore (ID, I up. V. II. Foster (1) bent H It, MeKelvIn (111. 3 and 1. F. I.. HonQn (211 beat H.ilph Trier (24), S and 3. F II Mann (111 and William C.iiiui bell im llnlslieil all npiare; C. I,. Colleito iliil beat .1 Ilarher 1321, I and .1. (I. A rlcholleld (21) beat (' II Ault 122), 1 up il!i holesi. i: Meyer (ill neat h. n Whitman ill). 1 up (!! hu'ri: It C. Iluf I IK) and .1. II Appol (!',) Ilnlshed -tl sipmre. I nurin j-meen -Hdward Hose (33) heat II II (lrean (3D. 5 and 4 , George H." Oliver (III beat J F. M.uteson (31). 3 and I; Grey Htilllwin (Hi heat J. P. Wallace (11), 4 and 3; C It. Sutphen 1 30 1 hint K. T. M. re, llth (301, 3 and I, S. D. Flood (21 heal I A Klein (3(1). 2 up. .1. M Thnrsen 131) ben W c Ixor 1301, I up I'eiiranii Ilnwns Alabaman, I'lllf.AliKI.I'lllA, .lime 30. In tho l'iilla delphla and district championship Icon's tnitrnamenl at the nermantowu Crlrket Club Stanley W. Pearson of OeriraM town defeated K, l' Wnltits of Alabima by iwn sets in on,. ,n a hot match W. T Tllden, Jr., (Icrmnntinvn, reached the hcmi-liiial round by defeating A. l. Thayer of tho I'hlladelphla Crlckot Club iu haid straight sets. As a result the hole was halved In 0 and the match still was nil square. Three putts on the fourteenth cost Car ter that hole, but hn squared It again nt the fifteenth when Lewis took thrco shots to retich the green. They halved tho sixteenth, Carter -snvlng himself by holing a fifteen foot putt, and were still nil squnre with only two more holes to Piny, Lewis strayed from the line on the seventeenth und lost Just enough dis tance to keep him from reaching tho green with his second shot, ami ns ho followed It up by taking thren putts, Carter won tho hole easily and wns dortnlc. lloth were on the homo green from tho tec hut nowhere near the holo nnd Lewis was enabled to square tho match when Cnrter took three putts. Lewis almost did the same thing but succeeded in holing 11 dlttlcult down hill putt of nlsnit 11 yard for his 3. Then en mo tho extra hole, nnd It was played nbout u well as had been thoso which hnd gono before. l,ewls drove first nnd hooked Into a trap behind tho big mound on the loft of tho llrrt green. Carter's drlvo was too low nnd It hit the bunker In tho middle of the course, but. luckily for him, bounced out on tho fairway anil gave him n good lie. Ho put the ball on tho green with a splen did shot, nnd then Lewis played out of his pit, tho ball landing on tho far cor ner of the green. Lewis ran the ball up to within two feet of tho pin, nnd Carter, by holing his putt for a 3, could have won tho match then und there. He missed, however, making n poor try for It, but Lewis then stepped up to his short putt ami missed that, so tho match was over nftcr all and Car ter still was champion. Tho cards: Philip V. (I. Carter. Nassau Out . .1 J J 5 4 4 6 Iteglnald M. Lewis. Wykagvl Out . .1 3 5 J l l s 4 Carter In ...3 f. 4 5 4 4 5 I.rl In ...4 4 4 t. 4 f llxtra hole Carter 4, Lewis II 4 i 44: 4 40 S3 3 4a s: Play In tho other three eight nlso wns completed to-day and there wns a handicap which was won by fourteen-year-old Joseph 13. Mc.Mahon, Jr.. of Sleepy Hollow. Ills score was OS 21 77. A. L. Plerson. Jr., Montclalr, made 81 14 73, but wis barred from tho i-ompetltlon ns ho had won tho chief prize In the net'ond eight. There was a tie at 79 for tho second net prlzo between Kugeiio V. Htevens. St. An drews, nnd Knslgn Conklln. Soarsdalo. tJeorge H. ll.irnes of Apawainls. ehnlr- m.ui of the tournament committee of the Metropolitan Holf Association, who took euarge ot nitairs to-day and ncted ns referee In tho final. Instructed the Iwys to play off tho tic hero nt somo day to be arranged between themselves. The summaries: Championship Dhl.lnn. eml-nnal Itound Iteglnald M. Ih-Is Wykagyl. beat llnwiird W Maxwell. ,lr.. Nassau. & and 4; Philip . ti. Carter, Nassau, heat Archie Mellniilne. .National, fi ami 5. Final Hound Carter beat Lewis, t up (19 boles. ' Second Eight. Semi-final Itound Alden Iilanehard. llrnoklawn, beat Uarolil Do ney, Canoe, llrook. X upi A. In l-Irrson. Jr.. Monielalr. beat Devcreux Kmmett, Jr.. Final Itound l'lersun beat lilanchani. and I. ... ,'.'!"" penii-unai iiounu Alan Kaaers. Uattusrol. ii.ut rn-i-n ,,n.i,,in Srarsdiile. 1 and 3, K. W Arnold. Jr.." MnnlrlHlr. Item .Inhn Ti n..i. i. ' Jr.. Wy- KHKXI, l nun Final Hound KKuera beat Arnold, 3 ami 1. l ourth Klght, Seml.nnal Hound txuds Werner. Jr., I'nlrvlcw, beat Martin Hrbrell.er. unatt'iehed. 1 up (15 holesi: I., I. Itohdenhiirg, unattached, beat Hon Janiln teKel. Woodmere, s anil 7, 1 Inal Hound Werner beat Hnhdenburg. 3 and 2. The scores In the handicap; A. L I ler-on. Jr.. Montelalr. s7. 1473; Joseph J,etahon, Jr. Sleepy Hollow. Di. 31 .'! Jiu,'i,n,' r Stevens. Kt. Andrew's, sn, II 79, Hnelan ConkMn. Searsdale, J5. IS ,9; Alan Huger. Haltusrol, vt, 14 o, pevereiix Uinmett. Jr.. National, J5. II M; Herbert Ohendoerfer, Imsnml, 104, 31 J3, Ahin Downey, Canoe llrook, 117, 31 96. SOUTHERN BOY IN FINAL. Trennor nt West VlrKlnU lo Play (illdersleet p of Hnst Orniiitr. Paul Treanor, former schoollioy cham pion of West Virginia, and (iordon Oll derelccvc of Hast Ornngo High School reached tho tlnnl round tn tho lawn ten nis tournament for the Junior champion ship of Stnten Island at the Clifton Lawn Tennis Club In Arrochar, Stnten Island, yesterday, Itpth tho tlnallMs were forced to go three sets for their victories. Treanor defeated Walter llaulon of Curtis High School at 4 fi. 7 fi, 61, nnd Oilder sleove trliimped over Cieorgo Znbrlskle, a New York schoolboy, at 6 3, 3 , 1513, The final round will bo playnfl this afternoon. The summaries; Ptaten Island Junior Clutnplonshlp Singles, Fourth Hound Waller llanlon rte. foaled Gilbert I'armele, 60, 97; dor don (Jlldersleeve defeated Augustine Healey, 10 S. 81. Penil.flual HoundPaul Treanor defeated Walter llanlon, 10. 7 6, 1; Gordon (lllderaleet e defeated tleorge abrlslile, li 3. 1ii. IS 13. Consolation Singles. Semi. final Hound Pater Vlscher defeited Austin Doyle, i; 3 K 3; Herald Donaldson defeated Cecil Donaldson. 7 5, (11, HAMILTON RACING RESULTS. First Race Six furlongs Hetterton. 103 (Van Omen), ID In 1. 4 tn 1 ond 1 to I, mon; Commenrla, an (Collins), (ml,: to 1 and even, second. Hlchnood, 114 (Gold stein), 8 to 1. .1 to 1 and to i, third. Time. I ;II. Zlndtl. Hneare, The Huayhoily. King Worth. New Haven. Sir L. Joe, Lurla. f'llrf Stream and Mnreoill nlso ran, Second Haee $500; two-year. olds. eli lug. Ave furlongii Greetings. 101 (Acton), ." to 1, 3 lo I and even, wrin, Servla, too (MeAtee). 3 to 1. 7 to 3 nnd 3 to 5, second; (lloainer. 105 (Claer), In 1, 3 to 1 and evn, third. Time, 1,013-5. llrnninstrnw, Cincinnati, Tab Her. Matrix, Semper, Stal- , nan nini i,r. ruiiiiiin niso run I Third Haee llarton Steeplechase, four-'year-olds and upivurd, about two miles I Stucco, 126 1 William), : to I, 7 to 10 and nui. won; uarier,- u,i' lu't niinnrj, 3 to I. 1 to 1 nnd out. second. Joe Gaiety, ISO iliupee), 10 10 1, : to I and 4 to 5, third. Time, liOC, Dorothy Webb and Morpeth also ran Fourth Haee June Selling Itanillrap; purso fiOO; llirro-jfiir-nlils nnil iipirnrd, mile and a sixteenth Donald McDon-vld, 100 (Metcilf), 5 to 1. 6 to 5 and out. won, Prngieaslve, 101 (Shilling), i to 1, 4 to 5 und nut, second. Hiishy Head, 105 (Tap llnl, 6 In 5. i to 5 mid nut. third Tlmn, 1-47 3-5 Stn'ae, Cap and Suhutrl Helen also ran Filth Itace- Dominion Pints; three-ienr- nlds and upvv-trd. Canada foaleil, one mile 1 and 1111 olnbth'Tarttarean. 10H (lliirnsl.j I to 5 Nn. nut. won; Lady Curxou. 100 iMetralfi, Hi tu 5, eten and 3 to 5, sec ond, M'.llr MiilitnKUe, 112 (Watts), 3 In 5 and nut, third. Time, 1:51 1.5 Pepper sauce, Iteibtest anil Sen Lord also ran Sixth Itace Wentwortb Handicap, three, ycar-nlilx and upnardi Ii0il uddeil, l fur Ioiiks -Garbldi', 104 (Acton), U lu 5, 3 tu 5 and nui, won, Iteeoll, 1Q') . ( MoAteo), I 10 I, r, n i and 3 10 5, HeeniH, Dr. Lirrlck, 96 (Smyth), ii to 1. 3 tu t and even, third Time, 1 '13 3-5. K'ewesn, Purduer. Hor ron and King K, also ran SeMinth Haee Purse $000, malilrii throe-year-ulds, mile on the turf -Aprlsa, t07 iSmvlh), ; to 1, 2 to 1 and eeu, won. richemer. nil iTnpllnl, : to 1, 7 to HI and 7 10 20, second; (ubect, 'H.ll IMclicrmetl 1, h to I, 3 to 1 and .'I to 2. third Time, 1:40 .'-r, Klnir Colton, WmUn, arold, Oupld'a Dart, Lavana, Klin, Ilrlny Deep, MUs-Clara. n4Cadama, aJoran, BEHR AND PELL DO NOT GIVE DP TITLE Jtcttiin .Middle Slates Doubles Crown, Losing Only Single Set to Ch 11 Mongers. I'KLli IS 0lTT OF l'HACTICK Mountain Station, N. J., June 30. Karl H. Dchr nnd Theodore It Pell sue cesstully defended their tltlo to tho mid dle States doubles championship nt tho Orange Lawn Tennis Club hcru to-day, defeating tho challengers, Charles M. Hull, Jr., and C Frederick Wilson, Jr., three sets to one In the challe-igo round nt ti 2, Ii 3, 2 tl, 6 4. Thn cham pions wcro not nt tho top of their game by a long way, but their play wns strong enough to overcome tho best efforts of tho challengers. Hehr showed Improve ment over his form In tho chnllengo round of the singles, but Poll wns very much out of practice. Hull nnd Watson wore both wofully wenk In tho first two sets, but they both picked up In tho next two. Hull was tho stronger of the two. In thn first set Pell nnd Hehr began by winning with such easo that It looked ns If tho match would be a procession. They rattled on live games In twelve minutes nnd while they were counting up tho games Hull unit Watson were making 11 meagre total of only eight arts. Then they let up for n while and dioppod two games before, they con cluded tho set. Thft tlttelinliter tnok the llrjil IhreA irames of tho second sot. but had to work n llttlo harder for them. The challengers took tho fourth nftcr it had been to deuce five times, dropped the fifth nt love, won the sixth after It nlso had gono to deuce five times nnd tost tho eeventh nt love. The tennis spilt even on tho next two games and tho set went to Pell and Hehr. Tho third sit ttarted with n victory for Hull and Watson nnd It wns well earned by some pretty tennis. They kept up tho good work until they had the lead at 3 1, when the holders broke through for n game nnd then played listless tennis whllo Hull and Watson won tho next three srainvs nnd tho set. Tho usual rest after tho third set was dispensed with because of tho lato hour iinrl the, ,diullpiipern nunln tnnk thn flmt gamo of the set nnd managed to hold j the lead up to 3 2, and they really should havo been In tho front lit 4 1, for In tho fourth game they led nt 40 lovo nnd dropped the game on five con secutive errors. Tho holders won the next three games, and with the lead nt f 3 threw away n gamo Is'fore they finished the match on Hehr's fervlce. Tho summaries : Middle states riiamplonnhlr.. Men's Doubles Challenge Hound Karl II. Hehr ml Theodore H. pell, holders, defeated Charles M. Hull. Jr.. and C Frederick Watson. Jr., rhallencers, C 3, : 6, 64, The point seore. FIIIST MET fell and Itehr illll! 4 4 Hull and Watson... 1 HIDTI : :i : .snco.VD siET fell and llehr. ... I 4 7 4 7 I : 4 44 a Hull and Wnlson..l : ( H H I 1 t: J Titrnu set. Pell and Hehr 4 1 4 3 1 7 t: : Hull and Watson... i i 1 4 I t 4 t 41 S KorrtTii tnr Pell and Hehr. ... 3415. 43 4 J Hull and Watson.. .4 1 4 3 4 1 4 2 4 1314 Totals 1'all and Hehr, 3 jets, 30 games. Totals Pall and ilehr. I jets. I 14C ace: Hull and Watson, t i.L t i;s aces. I r POSSIBLE WINNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY I'lrsl Hnre Qnlney Mnhle entry, Stnrtllng, Tatlana. Second Iture Chetcrlon, Minstrel, Snrntnga. Third llnee Hleh Noon, Tup n' lh' Morning, ) 11 11 rtr. Fourth Hare Distant Shore, Fthan Allen. I. ml) Ituthu. l'lflh Hare liar, Hnrry Mi aw. Meulb. Sixth' Itnre llrnmo, Suln, Hands on. TO-DAY'S CARD FOR AQUEDUCT. First Itaee For two-year-old maidens; sell Inr: five lurlonts: Startlinir HZCorfu Kollt lir'Malfon Sun Ood 1t: Tatlana IMssjr Willow.. . Ht'Cond Counsel SInoiKtnne 10! 11. of the Kitchen., Second Ita-'e For three-year olds and ward; st'lUnr; one mllet Joe Delbnld Ill Col Ashmeado.. .. (1. M. Miller HO Minstrel Perth Itoek l!0,MI-s Jlarn Harbor battery 107 Xephthjs Ileoihovcu 107 Saratnsia Cheslrrthii lftt Oesary .Maid Third 'Itaee-llandlcan for three-jrar-nkls; tlx lurion.s; Huh Noon. IS.Ililii'. Ton o' tb' Mnrnlnr 13 Sea Shell. . .. Norea Kins. ..tltLadv llarbarr, in:. Quart ... It; Hhlne Maiden M Fourth Ilaco-Th I'nlon Selling; for three e.ir.olits, six furlongs; Wnlertouii JOs Distant Shore 1D0 Liub-i Itptha, .. . bWKthan Allen 9 Dnublei IM sarsenet 9 Laity' Teresa. .. 101 Fifth Knee Handicap; srllliir; lor three-sear-olds atul upward; one mile; Hae ... lUVSIeuth 105 Lady Itolha.. . . Ill Clltf Field ll Harry sha 112 Lazuli 104 Wooden Shoes . 'Absconder W Sixth Haee For to year-olds; conditions; nvn fitrlones: Hands Oil lisiiominant i"3 113Ilromn 109 115 Achievement 10? 113 Trumpator 1M m Lord ltock Vale .. 10.1 Hattu . . Socony .. Sprint .,. Costnmer AQUEDUCT TURF JOTTINGS. Fouriaen starters In the first rare set n hard task tor .iiara tasia, wnich reniieied more difficult by the craiy ae 1 Hons of Dengrn. After patient handling I the st irtor got the Held on well with thftl except. 00 of Dengro. which threw- Jockey Turner as the barrier went up. Cnssl'ly found fault with tho anions of 1 1 1 iipk I nn and Matthews lu tho ilrst race and threatened both with a suspension of tea days. He relented, however, and the penalties were not reported 10 the i stewards. W. Hopkins, who saddled Palaniiiiln, the winner of the first race, has taken the piare or J. r iinrorii us trainer or j. 1) Tallinn's horses. llutwell, who was supreme in the saddle on Tuesday, hud lather a poor day. He won with flac. which a stahlo hoy coula have ridden home, was second on All Smiles and last with NnrthllKht JililK" C H 1'ettlllKlll, who lias been a racetrack official sliue short!! after tho end of the civil war. said yesterday that the race for the Queens county baudlinp 011 Tuesday was the best he had ever seen, He wan backed up by his associate Judge, i; C Hinllb. Hlchard F. Carman, who bad won the C&ii.irsle celling slakes on the 1. 1st two occasions with Seniprolus and l.ndy Ilmr Imra, withdrew his entry Stanlluic from inai event yesieruay Holy was the chief offender lu tin lung delay at tho start of tha mile Iiiindlcip. It was euld Inter that hn was kicked at the post and tho general opinion was that be deserved It, 1 .a 1 1 11 seho.nrs on the lawn Insist that the name Aqueduct Is a misnomer Wnter for spruiKiing purposes seems to ho he grudged und the clouds of ellow dirt raised by H10 racers led one wag to sug gest that the courso lin renamed Auuedust. No laws to repress betting will lie needed In such races its the Ihtrd. In the three horse field Mac was 1 to ft tn win nnd Hen oulncH 1 to 4 a place. I..nly Hllllngtnn, which hnd been widely touted for the last race, was scratched, hill a substitute wns dug up In II T oxnard's Jldlko. This nily was barked down fnini 3 In 1 to to 5, but never had a chanco with Feminist und bad atll she could do tu laka thn ulaca lironi .uuu wnm FERNROCK, FIGINNY AND FEMINIST WIN August Ik'lmout nnd (1 if ford Coeliran Share Day's Spoils on Aqueduct, Track. ONLY ONE CLOSE FINISH August Helmont nnd Clifford A. Coeh rnti divided tho honors of the racing sivwdon nt Aqueduct yesterday. The chairman of tho Jockey Club won the Canarsle Selling Stakes, for two-year-olds, with I'ernrock and Mr, Cochran look thn handicap, nt n mile, with Klglnny In easy fashion nnd followed a with n victory by Feminist In the but race that was accomplished without the semblance of nn effort. Tho sport differed from that of Tues day, ns the only real thrill was the nar row escnpe of Kemrock front being nenten by tho Qulncy Stable's Success. In other respects It upheld tho precedent set on tho previous dny by continuing the rout of tho layers. Plvo favorites ngnln came homo In front, nnd Distant Shore, the winner of tho second race, was a well played second choice. August Helmont scratched Tea Caddy and depended on Kernrook for the stake feature, nnd the son of ltock Sand wns so well thought of that he started a I 3 to ft favorite. The Qulncy Stable' Success and Jntncs Hutler's Variety were nnt In .Inlt.llllil rl till tll.l former tlelirlV . .. . ...1lnn ..S tl... UM-A I. I ' UpSCl UIU CIIIVUUIUIHI.1 ... .i ,n. players. After Variety had Jumped to the front I'ernrock struck Ills stride und In tin short run to tho beginning of the home stretch opened n gap of two lengths. Tho Helmont youngster wns sailing along, apparently under wraps, when about tho middle of the stretch he swerved from near the outside to the Insldo rail. MrCahey on Success wns quick to tako advantage ot the erratic Course, and when Turner got tho fa vorite straightened out ho bad to keep driving all tho way to tho finish lino to win by a neck. Variety was beaten eight lengths for the place. Handlcappor Vosburgh's figures, as usual, made It difficult to select the win ner of tho handicap, nt n mile, In ad vance. lull whispering comments on Klglnny's speed In practice established I him a slight favorite over Top lint, with Holy and Har.ianno nlso well supported nt slightly ndvnnced odds. Flglnny for once ran true to his work, nnd nfter a short duel with Holy on the backstreteii opened n gap of live luigth. which he held to tho end. Holy hail all lie could do to stave off the challenge of Itaz zanno and took the place by only n head, The time, 1:39 1-5. was n fifth of n sec ond faster than Ro.tmer was credited with In the great race on Tuesday. The summiv'lcs rntsT itAn:. Sellinc; fur three-year-oldi and upnard by subscription ot S. with .vm added; six furlongs llnrse A Aire. Wt. Jncfcry. Prices. I'ln Palanquin. A Hiker. 3 .San Veca. 1. Ilrlan Horn, .1 to Ilnii.lnv. as. MrKrever IIS, llnrrl lA Matthews t. HoRinan. II- exen l"j s-l 10-1 I'M 10-1 a-i .n 4-1 3 tn-1 I 4-1 .'. 13-1 V! 7 s-l a 411 1 !) S I in t I II U--J 1: 3 I 13 ft I volant, a 1 ot Fortune. 4 no Trnslrr ..Til 1 I'ro.tv Fare. .1 10S MeTanart..?0-l SoncofVnl.,4. 113 Waldron ID-t Antrim. .1 ins Xleklaua !' 1 llaliiee, & IIS llmton jn I .N'oiireddln. 3. I (A MrCahey, I'll Coy, S in Curry 7 I Northlluht. 4. 113 Ibituelt s-l Dengm. 3 loS Turner 13-1 Threw rider. Time. 1.15. Goisl start, won easily; Palanquin, b. c. by PlaninlcH oneck (Jureti. owmil by J. O Tal hott. trained by V. llopHns. si:eo.i) inci:. Celling; for thrre-year-otds; by uhscriptloti I of 1U. with 1.1o added: one n.iie uoie ,ue. jocaey. Prices. I'ln .1 I 4-.'. I 3-j t ; :na At 3-3 ' If.-.', even I 30-1 it .', Illt .shore. 3 All Smiles. .1 Alhrna, 3 Ahara. 3 lllacliihorn, 3 115 bonus 113 llllturl! lol llnphllis lin McCahey 107 liirner I Time. I II I Gooil start, won handily; Distant Shore I eh. c.. by aiikee- Lady Schorr, nuncd tiy 1 Oneck Stable trained by W. II. Karrlek 1 TIIIIII) HACK I Canarsle Selllne Stakes; for two-year-olds h siibsciiptlon of Itn, starters tn pny f5 addl j tlnnal, guarntdecd cash value !l,("'; live tur tones I lliirse&Ase. Wt. Jnctey. F rnriK'k. 3 107 Turner Sucress, 2 pio McCahey Variety. V I to. Horel 1 short Itallot.J. ins Matthew, Helen Marie, 3 MA lluxtnn Prices. Tin 3 5 out in 5 1 -5 '.1. fl-I .'1-3 3 h-l 114 15 1 5 1 ." Time. 1 .11?. Goo.1 start, won drlvlnc I'rrnrock. eh c. liv Hock Sand Ferment; owned by Aimisi Hel mont, trained by S, C lllldreth. FOUltnt HACK, llandlrap; tor three-year-olds and upward bv utiscnptlnn of HO. with l"ii added; one mile' Horse V Air. Wt .Incl,ey Prices. I in rinlmiy, 4, PKi Warrington. 3-1 7 ft I' Holy, s lin Huston. 3-1 een V'i Hairano, "1 too McCahey. 1D-.1 een :t Top Mai, .', ins Turner. 13 5 7-in 4 Time. 1 .111 1-5. in' i.ti.Hi . nil. Willi Kiuii,iiiiiif: 1 IKLU111. i'. 11. Good start, won galloping: Flelnny, b. o.. tiy 91 ' Dlspulse- 'Homespun, owned by Clifford A. ( oenran, trained ny w it unwicy. ITI'TII HACK. For four-year-olds and upward which )mc not won three races since May 3ft. 1915. selling by subscription of IS. with 1400 added; one mile and a sixteenth llnrte A Age. Wt Jnctry. Prices. I'ln, Hae. 4 113 Ibitwrll 1-a out 1' lieu Quince. 4 bit McTajuart.. a-1 I -I 3 Itayo' I.lirht. I ina Mrklaua Ja-l 11-6 3 Time. I 17. Good start, won easily Hae, ch g , by Cunard -liandrln. owned by Andrew Miller, trained by A. J. Goldsborough. SIXTH HACK. For maiden two-year-old fillies nnd C'Mlnss by subscription of IS, with Hon added, five fur tones. llors- A Affe. wt. Jockey prices, i m 113 Warrlnmon 4-5 out H" 113 Huxton . a 5 3 .1 3ls 112 Fnlrtirnther, a-l 2 I 113 Hodman 20-1 All 112 McTacifart. al 3 15 I'emlrlst, 2 Ildlku, 2 IMlthOUa, 2.. Golden Gale, 2 Hae II.,'.' lime, i.iu i-n Goml Hurt won ralloplntr, l'etnlnl. eh. f . by Voter- llelle of Ashland, owned by Glfford A. Cochran, trained by W II. Mldsley. LAT0NIA RACING RESULTS. First Haee Selling, three year-olds and upward, six furlongs Water Proof, 103 1 Martin), 113 5a. 5 Hi tint I3.sn, won lllrka, 100 Klarneri 15.20 mul 13 ao se, ond, Floksle Crockett. J.1 1 l.np.Ulle), fi, ' third Time, I in 3 t. I.e linalliles, 1 Oakland, Hebecea Moses, Notileniall, imar- I termn'ter und .Manners also ran Second Haee Purse, maiden colts and KelilliiRs, two. year olds, live furtones Panhandle. It2 (Itoblnsoni. 111.60, 17 an and 14 so, won. Solid Itoek, US itlentr) 1, IS tin and 15 SO. eecniul. Trarllon, 112 iKeogbi. 13 70, third Time, 1:10 1 5 Llttlo Cove. HrlKlit. Goodbar. Klkton ind J. .1. Murdock also ran. Third Haee -Purse, tliree-yoar-olds, six furlomts-"Couverse, 105 (Holilnsnn) si, 12. so and 12 30, won; Fleetabelle. 110 (Mar tin), 11.10 and 13 90, second; Aniazin, tor, (Goose) : no third. Time. Iil5 Hooker Illll. leing lleaeh anil Sparkler also ran Fourth Hare- Vnln itlou Stakes, two year-iiliis. fle and a lialf fiirioiiKs-- Cheeks 96 (Garner), 113.10, 10 so and ll fiD. won Thoriiwood, 101 Hlentryi, 120 in) .111,1 1,1, second, ('.inloine, ml (Keen hi, 15 70, third Time, l.in 15. Mary II, old Charter, J. C Welch, Glpsj Grorae, llesde N and lttnck Colfee also rail Fifth Itace Selling, three- ear-olds and upwardi six furlongs -Fltngeralil, lo (O'llrlen), I3r. St), 111 so ami 17 3. won. Ginsv.nnr. 110 (G.inz). III. Si) mid (5 10. I second; Freeman, 100 (Garner), 15 30 I 1 bird Time, I 15 3-5 Itnilna. Star hose Suregei, 11 llrst, Mex. Alltanet, Iblget and Matgaret It. also ran Sixth Hare I land imp, three year-oils and up, one mile - Tel.in, 105 (Girnerl 15, 12 91) and out, won Graver Hughes, lis ( l.apaillel, 3Xi) anil out, second. Davl I Craig, 10't (Goose), nut, Ihlrd Time l!l2 4 5 Utile N'ephevl also ran. Seventh Itaee -One and three. sixtccnl1! miles, four eur olds and up, sellitiu, pur-i. liiiiii ,,.ny I'anehlta III) (Jonesi. s, tl 30 and 13 30. won lleno, 1 0 s iMeehun), ii ;,u ami 13.90, second, Any Port. 110 (Garner) tlO .hlr.l 'I'lnie. ",0 e.X lnl. I ,..ln.. ' t'onauliir nd ilara.illl lso-ira. BAGGS AND V0SHELL ADVANCE. Will Meet In Srml-lliinl Hound of I.iiiik Islntid Tennis. It.ilph H.igjs ami S. Howard Voshell ndvnnced to the seml-Ilnal round of the Long Island championship lawn tennis tournament at the Kiiu-s County Lawn Tennis Club In llrooltlyn yesterday, linggs by deflating Allen lit hi- In thu fifth round at 6 2, C 3, and Voshell by winning from W Holt at ! 2, ft 2. Ilaggs and Voshell are drawn together, while In the other half of tho fifth round Louis (Ir.ives will meet (1. A. I.. Dlonne nnd M, (loldtr.an will play ainlnst Charles Chambers. The summaries: Limit Inland Ch;iin,lmilil .Men's Single, fourth Hound--W Hull defeated Dr. V. II. ltos, ." 7, 7 5, M. (Inldlllan lie. feated I". 11. Offllvl. 6 J. C2i ChHrlei I'linmbern defeated llenjaniln M. Phillip., t 4. J. Fifth Itmitid Italpb Mikk. defeated Allen Itehr. r. I. 6 3j S. II. Voshell de feate.l V. Holt. 6-2, B - : riminphinsMp Doubles, Plri tound It. S. Iblirv ,ui, It II (liilsumti ilrrnili.,1 W, YiMiiiK and P llallon. i, -4, (. W I. f!,,.,M ,t,l I' PI,., t.llltt ll.f nn ,..1 4 T,M. nev ml Dr W II Itn-. . s .V 1 Kred (I. Atutorsnn and Kred C. Anderson defeated It Lake ,m,l ' II OKltUe r 2. a. TURKISH CICARETTE HI III I M Ml l imim As one , , I I 'i FRED INMAN PUT OUT OF CLAY COURT TILT .1. ('. Castle, PMHlmi'fr Youth,' Heats New York Veteran in Only .Match IMayed. PlTTSlit'nd, June 30. ttnlnv weather ngnln retarded tho clay court tenuis championships to-day as only one match was played nnd the prospects for to-morrow nre not bright. Ono of the live events has been railed off, the women's doubles and the mixed doubles iiIhh m.iy be eliminated from the tournament. This will leave three ecnts men's singles, women's singles nnd men's doubles. The last mentioned has not Ik en starlet yt, but an effort will lie niiidr tn-ininrnw to get nil the flist round out of the way atul gel the women's slnghs down to the end of the fourth round Miss HJiilstedl has not im 11 in iii m m Listen again, please! WHY do so many men smoke about half of p their cigarette, and throw the rest away . Because most cigarettes taste tine when they're just lighted but by the time they re smoked half-way through, they begin to lose their goodness. They go flat NOT SO WITH MURADS. One of the very greatest things about a MURAD is that its "LIFE" and FRESHNESS last down to the very end. enthusiastic MURAD "A MURAD b perfection when you light it, and it gets better as jiou smoke it. Every MURAD smoker knows Maker of the Hightsl Grade Tartar, and Egyptian Cigarettes in the World CENTS played yet, but Mis. Wjghtiuati ami Mm. Wallaeh both have been sirii In action and all Hu m- tin re seem likely to go thioilgh to the Fenu-lltia.fi. Norrla Williams, Ueorgo Al. Church, N, W. Mies nnd W.itr'in ,M. Wnshburn are likely to be In the senil-lliwls to moriow, although Williams wdl luixu lu Uit Dean .Matin y of Iho West Side Club biioii! he i .in otiur tne seiiu-ftnaia. L'hUi'cli and Nile nlirady ate thcio and Washburn will have to win from J. C. Cntlc, a local boy. Castle defeated l-'rid C. Intnati of NV.f York In the mdy play of the day. Aftev supper to-night they completed their unfinished match, the total note being (! 3, 4 6, ii I. The winner of the match is n student at Allcghuiy Col lege, Meadtllle, and Is a rising young plajer of this city. !Ir Is a son of Attorney Homer II. Castle, the ptohlhl Hon worker. Mlllrosrs Open ,pn I'leld To-diiy. Kr.r.i Win., Willie Kyioiieii, ('hurley Pine und Nick (lialiak'ipubis III a tno mile inn will fi Mime the fnimal open ing of tin- in vt, Mlllinse A mid lit Itrnndw iy beh w AMor place this after noon, Other Mlllinse st.us will com pete III the meet. smoker said: " how true this is if