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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915. 4-4- Evans, Siandtsh, Sawyer WESTERN GOLF HAS A 1914 COMPLEXION Throe of Four Scmi-Fihallsts Snmc ns Year Apo Mar pins of Victory Largo. CLEVEL ANDEIt SU K VIVES Clrvr.LANP, July 22. HUtory will tave a chance to repeat Itsetf In the itml.flnal of the Wmttern amntcur (folr championship to-morrow for three of the four golfcrB who won scml-flml ' brackets on the links of the Moyllcttl Country Club to-dny were seinl-flnallsls at tlrnmi llapldji a ywir bro. Chick Evalia and Ned Sawyer will meet to. morrow In one match, Just as they did lust car, when Kvans won, und th contenders In the other mutch will be J, I). Stnndlsh, Jr., of Detroit and H. P. ninghnin of Mayfluld. Hlngham. the local sensation, Is tho only newcomer to the ranks of tho seml-llnsllsts. Vic tories for EMns and StandUh to.mor will mean a final on Saturday be tween tho same pair of golfers who fought It out In the lnst maicn in ivi. when Evans was the victor. 11.1th Hawver and Kvans pkiyed great golf to-day nnd both won their matches by the samo gcnerouM margin, 10 up nnd D to piny. Sawyer's victim was Jack Neville, the last of tho California con tingent, and Evans triumphed over (1. A. Miller of uctroit. Rau-vor wtm ntpadv and played ever hole well this morning when he made a, 72 and finished 10 up. On the other hand Neville had trouDie in nis iiuuhik, driving and approaching. Luck w-as against him also and ho grew a bit nervous a the match advanced, lie braced for a tlmo In the afternoon, but was hopelessly behind though Sawyer didn't play up to his morning standard. It was too much of a handicap to over come and the best Neville could do was hold the Chlcagoan even for the first nine holes. ... In beating Miller, Kvans played Just about us well a Sawyer did In dispos ing of Neville. Tho champion mado an approximated '3 In the morning round and piled up such a big lead that the Detroit golfer never had a chance to catch up. The other two matches were closer, though neither got nearer home than the thirty-third green. Hlngham. who was playing Dc Witt Hatch of Cincin nati, a former Ohio champion, was fol lowed hy a big gallery of clubmatcs. He upheld the local prestige by beat ing young Batch by 4 up and 3 to play. Standlsh eliminated K. H. Hankard. a nell known Chicago golfer, who put up a good right In the morning by vlrtuo of his excellent putting. Standlsh, on the other hand, experienced trouble on the greens nnd threw away many chances to win holes. It was a good and Interesting match, Standlsh win ning by 6 up and 4 to play. The sum mary : Championship Division. Third Hound D. K. S.iwjsr. Whruton, beat John K. Neville. Claremnnt, 10 anil Hi Charlns Evans, Jr., IMgenairr, bt . A. Miller, Detroit, 10 mid 9. H. 1' Illniiham. May. tlcld, heat He Witt Hatch, Cincinnati. 4 und 3; J. I. Kundlsh. Jr.. Detroit, lical Ii II IlJnkard. Jr.. .Midlothian. und 4. DUSK STOPS LONG GOLF DUEL. Playrrn nt Msilrnonil Forced to Quit at Thirtieth Hole. Man.kwood, X. II., July 22. K. I.. Chllds, Ix)ng Meadow, and I. T. Hodge, Maplewood, playing In the first round of the July handicap tourney, were still Bylng to break a deadlock which held ("or thirty holes when darkness Inter vened. E. II. Martin of Manchester made the fourth hole, 225 yards In length. In ono stroke while plnylng this morning. The day has been one of up set and surprises. The summaries: T O. Huckner, Compflitn. defeated J. H. Blur, Form Hills. 4 and 3; F II. Luksr. Maplfwond, won from H A, Walrtron, Maplfwoml, by default. Charles M. Kink, Dunwoodle, defeated B. II. A Norton. Win chutrr. 3 and 2; Paul II. flhsrwln. Wnllas. ton, defratrd William M Hire, Houston, 1 up (li hol), w. It. Calilwell, Dunwoodle, defeated Lester Kussell, Dunootlts, 2 and I. Hen O. V Elliott. Phevy Chass, ,lr feated I. .1. Frtneh, Woodland. 4 nnd 3: John 8. I'hflps, Wollaatnn. defeated John II. Taylor. Huntingdon Valley, 1 and 3. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Veaterdsjr's Itfsults. Brinkln. 4: Ft. Louis. 0. Buffalo, 5; Kansas City. 1. rtttjhurs, 3; Newark, :. Chlcaeo, 4; Hultlmore, 1. Ntandlng of the fluh,. w. i rc.i w. i,. Kansas City t :. .KV Newark 43 42 fhtmro V ri ,fi75'nrooklyn.... 40 4t St. I.oula... 44 at ,SH llurTaln 31 M I'ltlsbursr... 44 i .StTiFlalllmre... 32 H ..W, .411 .37'! To-la's Schedule. Hrooklyn In St, I.ouls. Nenark In Httshurr. Haltlmore In Chicago. Iluftalo In Kanaaa City. JONES CAN'T SAVE SL0UFEDS. Fielder Vlmym In Mnth, but Ills Team la lllitnkril l.y .Smith. St, I.OUIB, July 22. Fielder Jones got baik Into tho Rama as a player this afternoon, but that did not prevent the Sloufeds from losing tho opener to Hrooklyn, 4 to 0. Jones got In right field in the ninth, but did not receive a chance. Frank Smith hurled tight ball for Hrooklyn. Tho scoro: BHOOKLVN (P. X,.) i ST. U)UIS IF. I. ) ab h p a r ab h p a e rtnniton.ri ii-o o aunnn.-o. i o 1 s Masee "h. : 1 1 n .uiiler.ll ... 1 .1 0 0 Hartley.e. ., ! 3 0 Olllnrlon.lb.. 1 10 o OlDrake.rf-cf. 0 roo;,er,lf,. Kauff.cf irinll'r.lb, Halt 3b . FdSmnh.ss 1 11 1 7 0 0 2 0 Klrby.lf . . o 1 3 0 Crandall. . 0 7 0 n'jnnea rf 0 0 0 0 rimon e FUSmlth.n. 3 0 0 2 obntinsnnss IWreterzil.3b 3 Tolali ,11 7!T 8 0'Watson.n .. 0 IDavenport.p 3 1 I Tolnls SI I 27 11 1 Ditteil for Klrby in the rlrhth Innlnir Hrooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1-4 M Louis 00000000 0- Iluns-Hrooklyn. Anderson. Ma-e 2. Kauff. Three hase hlt-Kanff Sacrinee hlt-Ilrad-'! Stolen base-Hartley, Wild pilch Darenporl Ilasea on bnlla Off Wataon. 1; ft Davenport. 1: off Smith, t. Slruck out i't liarenport. I: by Smith. 8. Umpires Hrrnnan and Corcoran. Time 1 hour and J mtnutrs. 1 At Pittsburg. It. H. E. Newark (FU, 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 02 4 1 I'lttsh'rg (F.L.) 1 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 x 3 7 2 lUiterles lieulbach and Itarlden; Allen nd Derry. At Kansas City, n 11. K. iiunalo (F.L.),. 20010101 0 6 7 I mn. city (F.T..) 0 t 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 flatteries Anderson and Allen; 8 t Pack- 'u, v-uilop and Easterly. At Chicago. It, If. K. n llmor (F.L.) 00000000 1 I 3 S Chlcaro (F.L.). 0 0 0 t I 0 1 0 x 4 8 2 . listterlta Johnson. Conlty and Jack itsih; Uroirn and Clemens. Visitors to Play at Jlackensack. Hackknack, July 22. F. T. Fisher, y tennis committee chairman of the luckentack Clolf Club, announced to y a treat for Saturday afternoon when ymond D, Llttlo, F. B. Alexander, Harold Throckmorton and I Dunham Plsy on tho new local court in sin l and doublei. MONOPOLY IN MOffGAT, FATHER AND SON J. P.'s Grayling Has Big Lead Over Other Fifty Footers in Larchmont Series and Harry S.'s Opal Shows Way Over Rivals of S Class. Vlco-Commodoro J. '. Morgnn's 50 1 footer tlrayllng won tho rncn of her class in tho fourth regatta of Larchmont race week yesterday nnd now has scored 30 points out of a possible 32 In tho contest for the scries prlie. Tho Ven tura Is second In the series rnce with 23 points, so It would seem thnt tho flrnyllng should win tho prlie unless some accident occurs to-dny. Commo dore Morgan's son, Harry S. Morgan, has sailed tho (lien Covo H yacht Opal every day very successfully. He won again yesterday nnd, like his father, ho seems to have ti mortgage on the series prize. Ueorge Nichols, ono of the Ilesolute's afterguard, sailed tho Grayling ngaln yesterday nnd In spite of the fluklness of the wind worked Into tho lead on tho wlndwnrd leg, tho first, and then held tho lend to the finish. The roursp was to Mott's Point, then to (Ireenwlch I'olnt nnd then home. The wind at the start wns light from south southeast, so the llrst leg wns n beat of three nnd a quarter miles. Tho start was a pretty one. Ilutler Whiting sailed the Barbara and had on board VIce-Commodoro John Proctor Clarke, and nt the start the Barbara on tho port tack was first over tho line at tho eastern end. She had to give way, however, to the Ventura, which, being on the starboard tack, had right of way. Harry I.. Maxwell sailed the Ventura. The others were all In close company nnd the Samurl, Spartan, Caro lina nnd Acushla were on the port tack. Very soon all except tho Spartan and Acushla, which had taken the starboard tnck, headed over toward Sands Point, with the Carolina to leeward, the Hnmurl next and the ltarbara and tho Ventura to wlndwnrd. When halfway across the Sound the Grayling took the starboard tack and forced tho lronuols to tack under her lee. but meeting the Ventura and the Uarbara.theOrayllng passed astern of them. Then the Grayling took the port tack and stood well In to Glen Cove until she wns able to fetch the mark, and there she met the Spartan coming In from the eastward In second place, wltn the ltarbara third and the Ventura fourth. Hv this time the wind had backed more easterly nnd It was a close reach tin the second leg of 6 miles. As they neared the outer mark the wind headed them, so thnt each yacht had to mako two gr. three tacks. The Orayllng held her lead and tho ltarbara had worked into second place. In turning thnt mark the Spartan hit the buoy nnd nt once withdrew. The Venturn. Carolina and Samurl held welt to the south for the reach home and they caught nnother shift In the wind, which enabled them to outsail tho Harbara. The Grayling won by 3 minutes f seconds. Ventura wns second. 1 minute 10 seconds ahead of tho Samurl. the Carolina finished fourth and the Harbara fifth. It was t.ald that Carolina hail towed to the line after the preparatory signal and con sequently was disqualified. The Josephine won In the P clasi, beat ing the Anita 1 minute D7 seconds and the Amoret 2 minutes lit seconds. The Joephlnn had Ahe best of the start and led all the way. in tho thirty foot class I. K. Raymond's Hope was tho winner with tho Alera second nnd Okee third. The Okeo Is leading In the series content. Edgar I.uckenback sailed tho Virginia In class Q. That yacht got nway well nnd finished 1 minute 31 seconds ahead nf the Alice with the Arvla third. Com modore W. 11, Chllds's Joyetta was tho winner In class It. giving the Margaret the biggest beating she has met. There wero eighteen starters in the star class und Adrian Iselln 2d won with tho Snapper. That yacht finished 2 minutes 42 seconds ahead of G. W, Elder's Zete, and George A. Curry's l.lttlo Hipper was third, 28 seconds further nstern. The winners In the handicap classes were Senorn, Sally IX., Twinkle and Grace II. The summurlcs. SLOOPf N. V. V. C f0 FOOTRHS STAltT, 2:05 COUftSE, 20 MILKS. Klnlnti.EUp.TIm. Yarht and Owner. ;?: V,,,'il- flrayllnc, J. P. Morgan. . t IS tl 3 30 45 Ventura. 1 1, F Haker. Jr. S 37 M 3 32 M Pamurl, W. E. Dodge.... S 39 01 3 34 01 Carolina, P. Jona. B 42 42 3 8, J2 Harbara, II. K Whitney. 0 44 It) 3 i 10 Acuihla, H. StelnliruKge. 6 SO 18 3 15 18 Mpartan. J. M Macdon- oinli Did not flnlh. IrtnoiioK II.. It. N. EIH t, 44 43 3 39 43 HI IIDS STAltT. Hit .-Ot'IlHB. U MILES. Easlet. W A. Waltera... 6 33 00 2 38 00 Curlew. C. L. Wlllard.... S 41 57 2 44 57 Te.l.er. J. . Neshltt.. . 5 43 21 2 48 21 HANDICAP CLASS SECOND DIVISION STAltT, 2I30-COU11SE. II MILES. Sally IX., A. E. Illack... 4 3 51 2 08 81 Veda. (I. Chadwlck 4 41 05 2 11 05 Nadla. W. F. Clark.. . 4 Jl 17 11 17 Ited WIiik, C.rice ,i Loony. 4 54 31 . 2t 34 Corrected Time Sally IX.. 2:00:51, .Sadln, MAY REFLATE BIG SEA CALL. Steel .liny lie Substituted for Her .11 0 11 el .11 rl ill, It In S11I1I. Nkw Lonpon, July 22. Tho auxiliary schooner yacht Sea Call, which has been hauled nut here for overhauling and inspection, was launched to-day. George F. Law ley, the builder of the yacht 1 lie signer William Gardner and representa tives of tho firm that furnlnhed the metal used In plating tho underbody mado the Inspection nnd examined the hull closely to tlnd out the extent of the corrosion which It Is said lias taken place. Just how bad this Is has not been announced, but ono of the Hlver slde ship yard otilclals said to-night thnt tho corrosion In tho rudder post and In the platlmr has been so bnd that the hull probably will bo stripped at once and steel plates substituted. The Sea Call haB been plated with Monel metal, which, It Is claimed, does not corrode nor tarnish. It la harder than bronze. To a certnln extent the use of this metal was an experiment. It has been used extensively for yacht fittings, but It novcr before has been used for plating. Hlmre Dinner (11 Follow Ituce. Tho motor boat race from Pough kcepsle to ltrlghtwatcra will bo starud at 8 o'clock In tho evening of July 30 nnd tho finish will bo at Flro Island Inlet the next day. This race Is for small cruising motor boats and It Is expected that the fleet of starters will be a large one. The Ilrlghtwnters Association has planned to celebrate the event with K ahoro dinner, which will he served at the Hrlghtwute bathing pavilion at 6 p, M. on Sunday, August 1. Other features have been arranged for which will mako the visit of the yachtsmen to the Great South Bay a very pleasing one. and Bingham PRIZES FOR 3:08:lSj Veda, 2:09:11; Ited wing. 3:21:02. HANDICAP CLASS Til lit D DIVISION STAltT, 2:45 COUltSE, It MILES. Twinkle, M. C. Hunter... 4 57 GS 2 12 58 Mlnmi. t. s. ("lark... . , u o 3 19 42 HoMn Hood til., C. K. Onrtland 8 05 27 2 20 27 Jolly lloser, II. I. North. 5 01 17 2 2.1 17 rireny. K. ! . Fn.ter .... 0 Jl 4! 2 20 42 Peg, II. T. Hornldse.... 5 13 04 2 28 Ot Corrected Time Twinkle, 2sl0!lS; Fire fly, 2:14:4i Natnnia, 2:11:00: Jolly tncr. 2:19:18: Ilobln Hood III., 2:20127; Peg, 2:24:05. HANDICAP CLASS FIIIST DIVISION STAltT. 2!30 COL'itSE. 15i MILES. Senora, V. H Fnrrell. . . .8 33 50 3 03 60 C arolina, A, w. I.ocKwoou.5 J i 3 ub 41 I'olitlac. W. II. Iliiwea 5 41 58 3 11 58 5 41 58 3 II 58 llna?r:'s, lM?aerOI?0JiI. " ,0 bo noUI U,",er ,hP ,m,",on" whlch HANDICAP CLASS VortlTII DIVISION probably will govern nil stake events STAltT. 2:45 COUltSE. 11 MILES. 0f tho lDlfl Grand Circuit. Top had Klme,C!...r:...8.'' 20 05 2 35 O5',ho mounl ,hln,, The C'"M'- M 0W" Orace II., J. F, Laml.den.,6 33 4 2 48 4 ! trotter. It wns Gcers's first appearance Mia Mixleity, C. w iieed.5 33 43 3 08 4.1 '. ,, , , , ... ri..-ip Bn.i ho celebrated Corrected time White cap. 2:32M8: In Hie nm local classic anil no ceiiurnnu tlraee II 2:18,48; Mls Milcty, 3:04:60. by taking the second nnd third heats. SPECIAL CLASS STAHT. 3:00 COUltSE, the nrst heat I,ettle Lee, driven by Ogeemah. E J. "ea'ly's 34 68 2 31 68 I" White, landed first place In a rous .shadow, c. W. Ford. ...S It 48 2 41 43 ling finish with Miss Hlrected, trotting MXl'r V"" "rr.Ts 48 08 2 48 08 'tho mile In 2:0G4. a new record for the Corrected ,tlme Oiceemah. 2:30150; Dip- rnce. per, .';i;va; wiadow, 3:tl:48, MANIIAS8ET HAY CLASS WTAHT, 2:50 COUltSE, 11 MILES. Mile. Hom, W. E. Llnde- mann 6 34 40 3 44 40 Maharka, T. C. Frees Did not llnleh. JEWEL CLASS ST A TIT. !:65 COlTIlfE. 11 MILES. Opal. Harry S. Morgan... 6 35 61 2 SO St Cateeye, n. Frar 5 82 00 2 7 00 Emerald. C. W. outnater.6 42 17 2 47 17 Moonstone, W. Jennings. .Did not nnlh. Ilrllllant, Dr. J C. Ayer. .Did not nnleh. INDIAN HAIlllOIt ONE DESION STAltT. 2:50 COURSE. 64 MILES. Minnehaha. .1. C. ,fohnon. Did not finish. NEW HOCIIELI.E ONE DESION STAltT, 3.10 COUltSE. 64 MILES. La llnchelle. W. II. Eliler 4 69 Hi 1 49 18 Vlritlnla. II Decker... Ner-Id, D. Ulrl.n sun? -111 nr .5 II 12 2 04 12 STAIt CLASS STAltT. 3 .05 COUltSE, 54 MILES. Snipper. A Iselln 2d 4 17 2.1 1 12 23 Zete. () V. Elder 4 20 01 1 15 05 Little Dipper, II. A. Corry.4 20 81 I 15 23 Hydra, v' E. llv.le 4 22 ni 1 1: ni Twinkle, j. ti. Aiiev 4 22 27 Vesa. E. t! t'nltt. Jr 4 Jk 21 Meteor. It. L Flnlay 4 28 24 Shadow. W, L. Inelee ...4 7 J 0i Altalr, Willis St Stannard.4 29 47 ShnotlnK Star, V. E. Trench 4 29 Jl 1 17 27 1 2.1 21 1 23 24 1 24 0 1 24 17 1 24 31 me nipper, J. T. Mc Mahon. Jr. .4 30 OS 1 25 08 Taurus. P. Hrown . . 4 30 M 1 "S is. Ittle Hear. A. Walker.. 4 30 30 1 "5 .10 Star Faraway. A H. Fry .1 31 03 t 26 03 Snake, Trnc Lewis 4 31 07 1 2C 07 Canls Minor. S !,. Adler. 4 31 35 1 28 35 Rinshie. L. 11, Hrarken..4 39 01 1 31 01 Oltl ENTAL ONE DESION STAHT, 3:00 COL'itSE, 54 MILES. Teal, J. Ulster 4 31 10 1 31 19 Akone. It. P. Coutard.,4 35 21 1 35 28 Thane. A L. Snow 4 38 37 1 38 S7 Heverle. Dr. Hoerr.. . . 4 43 09 1 43 09 STAMFOItD ONE DESION STAltT, 3:00 COUltSE 5 4 MILES. Dart. It 11. illllesple 4 28 1 23 69 Wake, It. W. J. Kinean..! 38 13 t 88 13 SPECIAL CLASS STAltT. 3:00 COUltSE. 5 4 MILE3. Vlerge. J. It Collins 4 M 11 1 11 11 PaWows, II. E Hroulere 4 40 59 1 40 59 SLOOPS CLASS P STAltT, 2 10 15. MILES Josephine. . (i Hmnn . I 53 60 2 43 60 Amoret. it 11 llnlri 4 :.r, ir, An.ta, 11 1' Cranbery. . . 4 55 47 SLOOPS CLASS M STAltT, COCItSE. 94 MILES Ete.lnOM. H. 11 Shaen. ..I 17 OS 2 48 48 : 45 47 2:10 1 37 nr. Hrrnie.. II II Itayinonrt I 23 23 1 43 29 .rrrciea ume on llennes. 1 31.47; Etennora. 1 37 on. SLOOPS CLASS It STAltT. 2:31 COl'IlSE. 11 MILES JntU, W. II Chllda 4 41 03 2 13 06 Mariraret. C. D Mallory 5 01 15 2 28 15 N. V. V. C 30 FOOTEItS STAHT, 2:15 COUltSE. 16 MILES. Hope. I E. IMymnnd. . . .6 04 42 49 4 Alera, .7. ! Culler 5 08 .17 Okee, J II Mahlstedt....5 OA 10 Lena. O. M. Held 5 07 47 llnnzal, E. LansT .1 09 21 Silhouette. E II Prentice 5 09 42 Alerlon II.. .1. W. & E. P. Alker 5 11 24 2 SI 37 2 61 10 2 52 47 2 f.t 21 2 61 42 : 6C :t I.AJICHMONT INTEItCLL'Il CLASS M AIIT, 2:40 COL USE. 9 MILES Vuron, W S. Mackintosh 4 62 27 HnmhurK II.. M M. OolJ. Ht'hmltlt 4 63 It 12 27 13 14 Ilarhira, C. Shields 5 10 13 2 30 43 WhllT, It. Manny 4 56 34 2 15 34 Dacmar, P J. Tlrney...4 67 oo 2 17 on Wild Thyme, a. II Mnrrls.r. 00 m 2 28 01 Leuanna, Sponoe Ilrus... 5 II 21 2 31 21 SLOOPS i'LASS y STAHT. 2:25 ' COUltSE. 161, .MILKS. I V I r st I n 1 .1 . J, S. Illuckton. ..5 l'i 07 2 54 07 Alice, flherardl Did 5 "a ,ix 2 65 28 ' Arvli, f'eler W. Hous 5 21 30 i 68 .10 ,'i,tri . , . t.nui u a 01 32 SONDEH CLASS STAHT. 2:45 COUltSE. 11 MILES. lladger, L. Parsons 6 15 23 2 30 23 Peg. II. T IlornldKf r, 13 04 2 28 04 HLV.ZAHDS HAV CLASS STA UT, 2:20 COL'itSE. 13 .MI I. KM. C.ameeork, It. P. Tyler 6 33 21 3 13 21 Maehmee, V. S. Pardee.. 5 37 42 3 17 42 CAT HOATS .STAltT 3' 10 COUltSE. MILES. Peewee, A. E. Elder 5 38 14 2 21 14 Marlechen. It. Martin.... 5 46 21 2 35 t Teal C. W. Hall K 23 47 3 13 47 Nlmlile, D. Hparknun DPI riot finish. AMEIUCAN DO HIES STA I IT, 3:10 COUltSE. 54 MILES. .Mae n, Ilr Hoy 5 13 ;i ; nj ;j iu(i. n n 1, ,rrirail n ia 32 llocky, J. HaKKrrty c 10 5, 3 33 32 8 30 5t STARS IN CONNECTICUT OPEN. Mr.Vniniirii, .llel.eiid, II mil y, Tel ller. Mcliiill it ml OHhtm Ciller. Nkw LnxpoN, Cnnn., Julys . Many of tho leading professionals will play In the Connecticut open nolf champion ship, which Is to bo held on Saturday over tho course of the ShcneeosseU Country Club nt Knstern Point. A num ber of them nrrlved to-dny nnd will take part in tho preliminary competi tions to-morrow, as well ns In tho cham pionship proper 011 the following day. It Is expected that more than fifty golfers will play for Iho title and that all but fifteen or twenty will bo pro fesslouals. Among the more prominent names on the list of entries are those of Tom McNamara, Alex Smith, M J. Hrady, Georgo Sargent, Marty O'l.ough lln Fred MoLeod, Gilbert Nlcholls, Louis Telller, Tom Anderson, Jock Hutchin son, Kugene McCarthy, Robert Andrew, Tom Kerrigan, Jimmy Maiden, Wilfred Held, Arthur Held nnd Davo Hunter. VANITIE READY TO TRY AGAIN. Overhauled, She Ta I.iiiinrhrd, and Htnrls to Ncene of liner. The Vnnltle, which has been over hauled at City Island, was launched esjerday morning nnd tit C o'clock last night sho started out In tuw of her tender, the houseboat Semi nole, for Newport. Tho Hesolute has been overhauled nt Ililsto and In her races next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, will appear wllh the single head rig but with nn Increase of sail which, It Is hoped, will help her down the wind, The amateurs who will sail these two ypclils will go to Newport on Sunday on former Commodore Frederick O. Bourne's steam yacht Alberta, Western Golf Survivors POP GEERS DRIVES TWICE; WINS TWICE Tnlt-cs Tavern Senk With Own Trotter, The Ouiilc, After losing One Kent. HAS OUTSIDER IN OTHER Ci.bvsi.ano, July 22. -After n week of non-success old Pop Ocers came with a rush nt North Itandnll this afternoon, driving In two of tho four races nnd In each piloting his trotter to a well merited victory. In both ho drove races of the kind thnt have made his name famous throughout the horse world. Pop's llrst chance came In the Tavern Steak feature, which l the llrst race It wns n great race. Fourteen stnrtern entered. Five were dropped nftcr tho first heat, but the spectacle of those fourteen rushing away In tho opening heat will bo remembered long. Tho Kno appeared to have the first heat at his mercy when ho choked down nnd went tumbling over the track. Oecrs's second victory rnme In the 2;17 trot, when he gavo the talent a slap by winning with St. Frisco. This race was n hummer, but wns marred by the breaking down of Iho favorite, ui,nff.i,.1 u'tnrl Uv .T V. Mrirrta nf this city. Strafford was the heavy favorite In the atlct ons and 111 the llrst two ncaix 1 showed the form which caused him to be balled as tho king of the twice arounds In 1013. In tho third hent, howeier, ho finished fifth, lnme and un able to continue the battle. St. Frisco won the first heat and Strafford the second. Then enmn the biggest surprise of the day. The Proof, llgurcd as a rank outsider, came homf In a rush and sneaking In on the rail nailed tho heat by nn eyelash. When only he nnd St. Frisco started In the third heat, Geers laid In behind nnd then won out with a regular old fash ioned Geers drive. Tho summaries: 2 20 Class, paclns, puree. II 200; Pat Carmody. hr. h . by Al Stanley t Whitehead) 1 1 1 Hat I'let, b. h.. by Empire Hal (fleers) 2 5 2 John II. I. .. !' Locanda (Cox)... 6 3 3 VlmlnU (1 , b. ni., by lr Band (Thacker) 4 4 4 Oraee Onssle, b. m., by Onla (Squlresl 3 2dls Marlott, h. m., by Frank Ilesure (Marvin) 8 8dla Time 2i 088,, 2:101,1. 2:114. Tavern Stnkes. for trotters thai have neer lie.iten 2:13 i ; rurse, 13.000! Th ;ulde, b. h., by Peter the tlreat (fleers) 8 1 1 Lottie Lee. P. m by Moko (White) 13 3 Ml Directed, hr. m , hy Dlrectwell (M. Delltl 2 5 2 Tod, I Temple, h. c., hy Todd Mao 1 Snow). 824 Hov MIMer. h h.. hy Hlngara (Or.1y) 3 8 C Mary Warren, h nt., hy Zombro fHe.iley and Murphy) 7 4 5 Precious Crcseus, ch. g., by Creseus mokes) S 6 8 The TniMler. br. c by Kentucky Tod (Stlnmn) 9 7 7 Mont Ferris, b h, by Walnut Hall i.Mott) 4 9dr Sadie S, b. in., by Archdale (Mur phy) Die. Dlil. Whm, h h. by (len. Watta llodney) DIs, Hrooklyn Hal. b c , hy Hrooklyn Chief (SnedeikfT) DIs. June lied, h. m , by Ited Medium MrM.ihnni DIs. The Eno, eh. h., by The Native (Flojdi DIs. Time 2:ot, 2:0Ji;, 2:09. 2.17 'Ma... trottlnc; purse 11,200; St Frlseo, b h., by San Francisco Kleersi 1 2 2 1 The Proof, hr h by The Exponent (Andrews) 8 4 1 2 St'ulfonl. 1,. h . by Moko 1 Murphv). 2 1 5dr Emprees of Itiisrli, ch. ni., by Peter the Oreat i.lurral 8 8 3 Henry P, b c. by Weir Axworthy (.McDonald 3 8 9 Tommy Todd, h. u.. by Todd (Snow ), 6 5 4 Huron Hue., b h , by Huron Wllks. Jr. (Chandler) 4 8 6 Dolly DUun, blk. m.. by Ozono (Dul.in) 9 7 7 Miiwltz 1. hr m by Crlto I.ayhurn (ArnsparKeri 788 Orlettre. blk. h hv Ormonde d'oi) DIs, lime i ia1,, ::uss, :.ios41 2.124. 2:16 Class, trotting; purse, 11,200: Mirthful, b. ni, by Star of Putihen (Murphy) 1 1 1 llicelll, h. r., hv llertlnl (Andrews) 4 .1 2 Jack K,, ch, p., by Sll erflneh (dray ). , J 4 3 11, ue 1 earner, br 11., ny walnut Hall (Cuxi j ; 4 Wnrthv ninscn, blk. h.. by Hlngen (Murray) 3 dl Lady I'orhiitn, h. in., hy Corhato IMcIleillt) c jji. ,1.1,11 ,nion, 1, k, t,y i-rllice Ash ton isnedecker) dls Time 2:104, 2:108,, 2;094. I'lvi- In Hour Paced Cnulrat. Five men, Cofllns. Mndonna. Wat tliour, lledell nnd Carman will rldo In the one hour motor paced race nt the hlieepslieail Day Velodrome to-morrow night Frank Kramer will assault the eighth of 11 mile record In a match race against Cies.tr Morettl. There will bs half mile and two mile amateur events, wicn litorgn nowkor on ..cratch, run Teams Threaten llnini Men. The Central Congregational A. A. nnd Knights of St. Antony are icgarded as the only organi7aliouH able to press the stron team of the Prolix Church House In tho games of the Church Athletic Dengue, at McCarren Park to-morrow. Tho knights are regarded as pnrtlcu ltuly formldablo because of the fact that they train on tho field where the con tests will bo held. Horse Dies on l.ns l.np of -14,(100 .Miles. Illll.oiT, Wis.. July 23. Tho Inst lap on a 1 1,000 mile course, which It took him nine years to run, was llnlshed n fow days ngo by Harry, tho horso of tylwln Halley, city mall carrier. The animal actually died In the harness while making tho round It made for nine years. EXCIIKSIONN. A DAY'S PLEASURE HARD COAL-NO SHOKI- COMFORT Lake Hopatcong $1.00 Next Sunday Z'SS; Lv. W, 234 61. 8.S0I Libarty St. 9.00 i.m. JacLioo Ave,, Jcilty City, 9.17 a.m. Lr, Bioid Sued, Ntwitk.B.Ms.m. Atlantio City $2.60 Next Sunday fitf'ig6'' Lr. W. .'Jd SI, 7.50; Llbe nr Si. N.OOt l . Isckion Arc.Jrtitr Ciu.S.17; Lr, BioiJ St,, Ntwiik, 7.55 s m. a via New Jersey Central k4AhECAi?ntnaiyJ KRAMER IN FINAL HEAT. Will Meet Goallet nnd Mnrrttl for Criterion Itacr Honors. Newahk, July 22. Scml-flnal hreits of tho Criterion race, tho big event of tho Newark Velodrome's sevinon, produced winners to-night In Frank Kramer, Al fred Gnullet ntid Ovsar Morettl, They will mcot In the final boat Sunday. Considerable 111 feeling was shown. The management. In nn effort to break up the "Australian peril," which has beers opeimttng nsnlnst Kramer, grouped Ooullet, Uremia and Spears In tho same hreit, and Goullct's victory eliminated the other two. Then Joo Fogler and Itegglo McNamarw, uti Australian, were In Kra.mer'n he.it. Tho llrst tlmo oft Fogler cut down behind tho other twii li.nlde the tolo line at tho start nnd the raco was ntoppod. Off ngaln, Fog ler tried a stestl and Kramer had to ride hnrd to catch lilm. Then McNnmani, shot nway nnd Kramer had to chase' him, getting only n, doad heat. In the run off with Kramer and .McNamara nlone. Kramer won easily. Thn wholo proceedings worked up tho crowd to a high pitch. Jiajin Ohrt, tho Frisco lad, won th two-mile amateur championship race and Jumped to tho front for tho N. C A. title with 11 total of IS points. This vir tually gives him the title, ns there Is only one more raco In the series, t flv miles. Whitney of the N. Y, A. C. was second and Kane, nmithcr Wlngul Foot lad, third. Harry Taylor, who was lend ing In the championship point tuhln up lo to-night, was shut out in tho semi llnnl. BAKER GOES FURTHER INLAND. If oiiio Hun KIiik HIuiih With Weal- em .Vorlli Ciiriilliut I.enKue. Asiikvii.le. N. C. July 22. J. Frank lin (Home run) Haker. formerly with the Philadelphia Athletics, has signed u contract with Morg.uiPn, In tho Wentern North Carolina League, for the balance of tho season, ncoordlng to a mensago (mm Morganton to-night. Hiker's sal-' ary with tho Morganton team will bo' $50 a, day. Tho leaguo Is n neml-pm j organization and tho jinld ndmlslnn to, a grime averages llttlo more than H.ik- 1 r's salary wr day. I The Morganton club Is luickod by A. M. Klstler, h wealthy manufucturer. who Is a red hot fan and who oiies nothing lor expense If his team wins. The league plays a split season anil .Morganton is going nfter the second half pennant. It Is signing the cream of playing talent from the South Atlantic League, which has Just cbx-ed. MUCH ACTIVITY AT RUMS0N. Tennis, Polo, Yhi'IiIIiik '! lf on XiltnrdllJ ' Scliedllle. HUM son. N. J.. July 22. The Ilumson Country Club, social and sporting cen'te for most of the society folk summi t nig In this section, is nt the height of a big j.eason. With a large entr list t li. annual championship tennis tourn. im-nt men's slngb-n, men's doubles, wmikii's singles, women's doubles and tnlsed djubles will start Saturday on the duo courts, The winner of the men's eingle will play Hernon 4. I'rcntlie, the pres ent holder of the ch.illctigo cup. in the challenge round. A polo match between the Iteils and Hlues. the fourth yarht race between one design knockabouts for the season cup nnd a len hole medal play golf handicap for a prize presented by Clin ton It. James are mber sporting fea tures for Saturday. .New Yiirl.era In I'liial Humid. MaplewoOP, N. II., July 22. New Yorkers forged Into the tennis finals In men's singles of Mnplcwood's first invi tation tourney to-day. Hubert K. Tom an, Jr. won his plaie handily. C - I. 6 2, defeating W. P. Woodman of Pea body, Mass., but n. (!. Tarbell had In work hard with M (!. Jobiisliii, New York, before finishing with a t". 1. 1012, 6 1 victory The llnnl will be plajed to-morrow nfternonn. Announcing the New Stearns-Knight Light-Four $1395 Tlie F. B. Stearns Company was the first American Licensee of Knight Motors. Therefore, this car has readied a standard that only years of study. labor and practical experience can bring. It is logical also that Stearns should be the first to produce a high-grade car with the Knight feature at a low price. The development stage is long past all refinements of pro duction have now become standardized Four Years' Experience in the Build ing of Knight Motors Exclusively Hence we can offer you this type of car, which for the past year has had nothing but enthusiastic praise from hosts of Motor ists in the Metropolitan District, at a reduction of $355, or $1,395 f. o. b. Cleveland. No Saving in Quality or Efficiency The Only Cut The F. LOCAL DEALERS Pop Geers THREE FINISH IN TIE ON SHAWNEE LINKS Cork. 'nil Hrollicrs and ScoH St'iiiiiinoll -Mako 7!) Kiicli in Qualifyinr Ilouinl. IMiATT A tfl) ALLKX WIN Shawnkk, Pa., July 22. Medal and tnnich play kept tho golfers busy In the opening rounds of tho annual Invitation tournament on the Sliawnco Country Club links to-day. In tho first division the Corkrnn brothers, Warren nnd Clark, fiom llaltlinore, nlong with Scott Sc.im inell of Trenton, finished In a triple tlo at for the medal, and after the last card had been returned It was found that those with 'JO or better were In the llrst illusion. At match play In tho chief division several favorites lnt, among the unfor tunates being Scaininell, who fell be fore J. P, Mnrlioan, an Old York Hoaii golfer. Tin! Corkrans won handily and Percy Piatt of the New York Oolf Club won his match nt the expense of James C. Parrish, Jr.. of Shlnnetoek. Itegl nald Wortblngton, the local golfer, who won the lluckwi'od trophy a year ago, b st after two extra holes to a club mate. Alec Coles. The summary: Pirn HUte.-n-D Cl.irk L'orkrih. Haltl- ii vv I'nrbr.,,,. ll.i.tiinore. ,9. iiitt fiatnniell, Trenton, L. M Hihorh, l'hDailelphli Country. '4; It. L .l.i.k.ou, Williams. !.. Alec Volr Shawnie, 11! . J. y. I'arnsh. Jr., National. . It H. WorthlnKlon. fhuwncn. ki. 1 . P'itt, New York, 11. T. Allen. 1-ox Hills sT; II L. Itlils-. Hucks County, C II. .'alvert. Aronlmlnk. as. K. Inoue, Hawor'.h, . C W. H,hlnn, Clen Hldge, H. Ita Tieffort. IlrlilKehampton, bj; j P. Maellean. old York Itoail, 90. SM-on.l Sixteen 11 W Wood. Old ork Hosd. 91. C. II. Unstt. Ducks County, S. II It. .Newton. Prankfort. 94, H. I. Howard. Somerilllt. 91; L. H. Huebes, Cunoo ltrook, 94- II W DouKhten, Merlon, 9.i. K. C. Hall. Montr'alr, 9-. S Allison. Ml.Jl.ltnl. '!.. It I.. Mls-lir, L.insiiow lie. 90, J II Kel.lt. Jr., At.antb: Ci:. 91, I. c Itoricnhauih. I'm Valley, 9T. M M l ree man. lluntlnsdoti Voile . Sit, F. S Hl'k Iiik. Aronlmlnk. K. M. S.iwteue. Shawn, e .'. Kiallk MeAilams. Una 91, II I! Worhlngtoti, MMwhee. !', H S llliks. Phil iilelpht t Country, . Kits" Sim. en Plrst Hound -D. Clark Corkran it Twt.ff.nt. md 7. Alien bra- linitt). J i nd 1. ,l.i. U in Lett HnlK, 4 nnd 2 S.hwlnn leu- . 110,11. I and 3. Pan beat Purri.h, 2 .ir. 1 I. Cole beat VI ,ith iiK-en 1 up til) h ues). 11. Vt.irr.n c.tkr'ii 1.1' C.ilwn, 7 and 1.. Maellean I e,, : S . mi in , - and 1. NOVEL SOCCeFtILT ARRANGED. Ml .lien oil 11 Side In Content III 1 unl.i rs nn Miudii.t. The iinn11.1l sports of the Yonkers Field nnd Soever Club, pnelponed from .Inly will be held next Sunday at Tibbets Field, McLean avenue. Yonkers, eommen. Ing at noon. A special fciture of the meeting will be a six a "Hie soccer football contest for solid gold badges among the follow ing wed known clubs, who will be iep ieented by their strongest teams: Hrooklyn (Mtle. Clan M icdon.ild, Hrook lyn I'. C C.r.eiipolnt, Hay Itldge, Alley Hoys, West Huilson Juniors. All Anier iias. Yonkers F. C, ll.ibcock & Wilcox, 1. It. T. Stt oilers, Cl.m .M.icliuff, our Itos, St. lieorge. Itoveis of Mount Ver pon, Yankees of New Hncrelle, Hliie F. C. TlnsMe F. C, N V Hibernians and C ib (biiii.ins of New Jersey Trol l y car runs from Van Cortlmdt Park subway and Jerome ateime to McLean atenue. Hun I'ull lliiriilliini tiiunsl . San Ki.ANi'lhCo, Jul 22 -Th Olym pic M.u-ailifn race, fu.l nuir-e, will be held lu:e Saturday, Angus: 2 accord ing t'i an aiiii'iunccmei ' to-day by the ntolei rntnm.Ksloti if tlm I'm. mil I'.i t fii l.xpn-i ioii The d He oriK-.nally set fv t'e ra-e whs Septcnilier j. The cuai.g. w is made at tile recpiest of Kast crn tibs. (Formerly Priced at $1750) Is in the Cost to You B. STEARNS Broadway at EVERYWHERE Hits His Winning Stride CHAJEPI0N OUT OF RUNNING. Iliilner (iueriiset llefeiiled In llnil stoti Itlicr 'roitiiN Tmirtict YoNKHiis, July 22. -Homer (lucinsey, the playing through champion, was put out of the running in tho third lound of tho tout 11. uncut for tlio Hudson Hlver title at Hie Park Hill 1iwn Tennis Club here to-day by Abraham H.issford, Jr. Hassford beat iho titlehnbl- r In straight sets al C 4, 0-1, and leached Iho seinl llnat round. J, II. Stelnkampf came through to the final round by winning straight sets at ti- I, :i from Dr. S. II. Howe. Tho summaries : Hudson Itltir 1 'hamponlii Men's Singles. Third Itoutul Abrnh.nii Hassford, Jr., defeated Honor (luerns,-), I, fi 1. Seml-ilnal Hound --.1. 11. Kteink.tuipf de feated Dr S. II Howe, 01, S 3. Women's Mingles Seml-ilnal Hound Mrs. T I, Hunlltk defeated Mrs. K. Halley, 63, t, 4 Mlied Doub'.s, I'lrsi Hound-Mrs. Itoyal Victor nnd (li-orire Kloir ilefeited Miss Virginia Tyler ami Dr H. II. Howe, r, 4, 0 3, Mrs, and Mr A I). Hrllton defeated Mrs. Moore and H Moore, fi 1, r, l. .Second Itoutul- Mrs. nnd Mr A. D. Itrll ton defeated Mrs T I. Ilur.li. k and II. W Pnrsler, 2 -, 1; 1, j Miss Margaret (Irote nml J H lltelnktlliipf defe-eil Mrs. Oreen and II A. llrowtiiiiK, 04, ; i. OUIMET WINS TWICE IN DEFENCE OF TITLE Has No (ire.'ii Kirriciilly in I i'rsl 'I'wo KomiiN of State ('Iiiiiiiiioiiiii. Hostos', July 22. Two rounds of match play In the Massachusetts nnia teur golf championship at Woodland to day left Francis Oulinet, the present title holder; Sam Sterne, It. It. (Jorton nnd P. W. Whlttemore nmong tho lead ing survivors. Many expect that tho finals will find Oulinet and Sterne the cw.testants. The champion did not play much of a game In his morning round, but against Colombo this afternoon be had a mini of TC. There were sevetal surprises during the day, notably tho defeat of Paul Tewksbury by I 11. Pali.a and the subsequent elimination of tho latter by llnm Ktatis. John II Slllll viui could ml get his putts down during the setond round, nnd only one other man w.us beaten as badly as ho was by Gorton. The summary : Champlonslii'i Iiltl-lon, First Hound I. H. P.itntl. HirmH "d. beat I nil 'littks biet. Woodliiml. I and 2, H S llvan", lis I -mont. belt H M Pu'-tis, Woojlaml. 3 .-tnd 2. S. K Sltr-". TatnvHk. hH II W. Ilta brook, Hroiikllne. 1 up; It. II Pb rce. Ilr.ie Hum, lie it .1 V. It, Id. ,lr Siulbo-o. 3 .mil 2 A II (loud-ile Wnlaston, belt J 11 Chase. Wood an 1. .1 nnd 2. it ilornblower. Hrae Hum. be,- II. Sclirhlite. Hr.iokllne. 2 and I It W Hrown, MiHb.w ll-nok, beat II. K II. Frs. nd, h. Alio rin.irle, 1 up (15 boles i V chick, line Hum beat V. S. Lawrence. Woodl.inl. r. ,md S, W S. Walt. Hr.-ie Hum. heat It I. I'ullen, Vesper. 1 up i l'J holes). P SthotP-ld. Alb.rm.irle, beat ' D. S'oyrs, Jr. Crow Point, t and 7; It, It (Inrtnn, Hra Hurn. bent c. 11 lb lliuny, HnrinKtlelil, 2 and 2: J 11. Sullivan. Jr.. Wooil'ind, beat It I. tons, Albertniirle, u and 3. L J Maione. Woodliind, he it A. C. I. ockwon.t, Iteimoni. .1 and 2: P W. Whltte more. Hrookllne. beat It J (lulm-t. Wood land, .1 uhil 2. A. C Colombo, Wooillalid, beat 1. Cuttlntr. K-sex 3 and 2. Kriinels Otllmet, Woodland, be.it W. 11. Stiles, Hrse Hum 4 and 3 Second Hrom I lit itns beat 1'ilon. 1 up J1 boe-i. S-i rtl, belt Pl,l,. 3 ,m 1 . Ipirni'cwtr ben. itn ,.:,, t oil 3 ''lib k j bent Hrown. 1 UP. SI h 't.'-d l'l! wait. 3 Whlttemore btat 1 i.oii, . 1 ,,tiii 2. Oulniel teat t'olombo, 5 nnd 4 nrlcil pnr(s for lliiulnrers. Track atltlelce, 'i'ling .md (iuellc fimtb.ill ,ll iiii.'.e the prngi anruo of tno g lines to ic In .d at Cel'n Park nn Suii i.ij ! L"c.il 2i, 1 'iti i national I'lil'i!) of Stem md npiritng i;ngl l.eers A''gc her tla-ie tt I! be over f,nO parti, ip ibis Cork .i d K ociu.y w,ll Pish in ih, 'i.ic .e f( .tb.ill in it li ',ie llrst event w 11 begin at l;3n o'clock. COMPANY OF N. Y. 57th Street Wholonlr. Diitritiutor, Metropolitan District; CHAS. E. RIESS & CO., Inc., 1690 Broadwny, New Yorfc LEFT HANDERS NOT TO MEET IN FINAL Voslioll .fiits -Man, lint Ward Is Tut Out l.y ruusual Itattlc of Pell. MATCH (SOUS TllllEK SETS CKtiAitiit'RST, 1.. I., July 22. Theodor n. Pell and S. Howard Voslioll reached the tln.'il round In the Invitation singles nt the Itockaway Hunting Club courts hero to-day. ltoth finalists had lo go thrco sets to win their matches on tho soft turf. Pell olllllnlslicd Vnnderbllt II. Wnnl In the scmbllnal round nt 46, S-fi, (13, nnd Voslioll downed Alrlck II. Man, Jr., at C 2, 3 , C 2. In tho doubles thrco of the teams climbed Into the seml-llual round. Pell nnd Voshell were favored lo at tain the Html round, but !ho former al most fooled tho prophets, for It was only by a great rally that he came through. Ward started by taking Iho tlrst set after n hard light The llrst set victory gave the left bander great coinage and he uncovered un unusual streak of good play In Hie early games of tho second set, fo that in short older he had tho lead nt C 2 nnd 3015. With only two points separating him from a straight set defeat, Pell put on full speed ahead and tied the match after the second set had been to deuce twice). ITU never lot up in tho third set and won It witli case. Tho Vosliell-.Maii affair was n hard fought contest, too, but It wns not as produrtlio of good tennis as the other seml-fln.il. Voshell went nlong nt top speed and plned come very fluo tennis in winning the opening set, but let up n llttlo In tho second, allowing Man to do most of the good plajlng. The left bander enmo back strong, however. In the third set, whb h was piactlc.itly ;t tepetltlon of thn flrMt. The Voshell-Fred C. H.iggs combina tion showed up the sttotigesl of those who leached tho semi-final round In tho doubles In Hie second round this pair easily took straight eets finiu IMwIn P. Lamed and 1'red (' Ionian ni '", --'-'. il 2. Tile other two teams to conio through were th,. Ward-Leonard Heclt mau and C. M. Hull, Jr -I, II Miibaii pairs. Tho former defeated Itaynmnd l. Little and Alfred S D.ibney nt 4--li. il 4, S , Millie the latter disposed of Hubert I.o Hoy nnd Hugh Tallnnt at n, 3 6, 0 2. An unloulm! for re suit was tint defiat of I'edrlc A. Major nnd Man by Seton Potter and Harry S. Parker. In the first round nt C 2. 4 II, , I lie summaries -. Hotk.iway HuntitiK Club Invlt itlon Men's Slnirles, Seml-tln.il Hound- Theodoie it. Pell defeated Vanilerbllt II Ward. 4- c, s. 3 ; S Howard Voshell defeated Al rb k II Man. Jr . '. J. 3 ;. . Invitation Doubs, First Hound Hav monil D l.lttlo and AID,'. S Pilot. t de feated CI. A L. Pinnies and Hnjnmln M. Philips. 7 S. i. - .1 Leonird He, It mi n mid Viind.r'lllt II, Ward dif. i'ed .1 A II'. I and Hoy p,r. T .1, n 4. Charles M Hull. Jr. and Lyle 11 Mah.m won from Dr Willi un Ho.enhitim nnd pirtner hy default, lu.Vrt Lo Hoy nnd Hugh Tall.int won from Walter Merrill Hull and 11 P. Leopard by tie fiti!'; Seton Porter nnd Harry s Parker ,i feated Alrlik II. Mm, Jr. and Cedn. A. Ma lor C 2. ( C. 7- .. S. . .nd Ilinifid f'nn,rd Ibektoin ml V ui.le-VU II. Wild il.f.it'd lUtlnond I). I. It'io and AlfriO S Dibli") 4 i - I, " I'red. tbk c It, sc. ..ii.i s Honard V"hel! ir"it,d I'rultrl. k C Inttiiii and I'.lwln p. L.irn'-d, '. -.' , - . rii.ine. M li'i'l, Jr.. nn I Lite i: Vahan defeated H..I.. rt l.e lt,,y and II leh T.ill.inl. 60, 5- 0, 6 2. Iliittnril Ilnrili'n'n I'lnt l eiiliires. Hi stsns. N. J , Ju'y 22 In a ons sided poll match plnjid to-dnt i i"nn. sou Field, fen tuied by tlm dribbling work anil goal shooting ,.i Howard S. Ilnrden for the Hln r1!, KtiiiiMo, It ins di fe .ited the Whilis lij the scot e of 14 goald to 3. I ii l.