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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1915.
Ekwanok Golf Annual Feature of WeekLovtbond Feels Need of Non-skid Footwear on Sunbaked Court 10 EKWAM CALLS TO GOLFERS THIS WEEK Now York Will Sond Strong; Delegation to Manchester, Vt., Tournnmcnt. CARPET MEN TO COMPETE For the sixteenth time the itolfcr.. will rnthr at Manchester. Vt., tills week to May In the annual tournnmcnt for the renldnt'!i cup at the Kkwanok Country Hub. The tourney will be played on the last four days of the week, July IS, 19. 30 nml 31. Metropolitan unlfers always have flir rd prominently In tournc.v.. at Kk iranok nnd the usual Strom: deleijatlon from clubit In arid about New York will e on hand this week. Play will bcKln on Wednesday morn ing with an eighteen hole qualifying round and the first pair will he sent I way at the refreshliiK hour of 7 :30. JTi first thirty-two will qualify for the president's cup and provision has lieen made for four other slxteciiH If enough loiters to fill them enter the tourney If there are any ties for the last few slacea In the first thirty-two they will be ptaved off, hut In the other divisions ill ties will he decided by lot. The naker of the lowest scoie in the qualify- In- round will reielve a Rold medal CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS SHOW PROGRESS OF GAME LITTLE DIPPER BEATS ALTAIR Statistics of the Scores Made in the National Open for .sunnard ' Jm "i Fifteen Years Indicate That Standard of Play Has Improved. By JOHN (i. ANUmiJON. In generalities which are not nlways glittering we are wont to state our opin ions about the respective merits of the play by golfers of the past and present generation. The Introduction of the rub ber cored ball, however, has made com parisons, to all Intents and purposes, of little value except when concerned with the past decade, or. It may be, the laet; fifteen years. Kew or no statistics have been published on which to bae a sound Judgment; yet I believe through the medium of such compilations, when carefully done, estimates approachlns the truth of the matter may be made. In this connection a wonderful ad vance has been made by Max H. Ilehr, former New Jersey champion ami na tional runner up, and editor of Col luttralol ami Outdoor Amrrica. He has compiled what seems to me most val uable data dealing with the ntatlstlc. of the open championship play since the Mar of Mar Ye.-tin .Nearly Vtr Minutes vstrrn nt Knit. I'ort Washington', I.. I . July Altalr, the fast yacht of the star class owned by Edwfl-d Willis and IMIsor, las Hon )' 'he races In which she started this season, , suweumberi to-day to George A. Corn 's Little Dipper. The victory of the Corrj. yacht, which Hew the colors of the Manhasset Hay Yacht Club In the Inter c'.ub race twice around the triangular coiirae of the Port Washington Yacht (CHAMBERS BATTLES I GORDON LEAVES ALL J LOVIBOND ALL WAY HIS SPEED AT HOME uas expected tu r,.n, far In the ruck. The t-nce was won -by It- Mil-oUBhlln of the Holy CtoM I.) fum. who started from the sixtj yard null.. Mcl.oughlln w is IiiiiImI atroi-H tne Kite 1 K. Jam's r.f .the Monawk A. C and William tlraltmer of the Irish American A C. who was on the s.-rateh mark with Cordon, wis plared third. Five Hard Sets Required by Militintnnti Ilcforc lie llents Veteran. t....!.... .I t.. tel...., P. J Wh!te of the bslem-uresceri .v IIIIIHM 1 riillll J'H11 1 Illl-IM - in , Hack in Thousand Viird Celtic Park linn. won tin. 120 handicap front scratch ' bv a great tuts: of speed at tne nmsn. ' White barely nosed out J. J. KoUi of the Krilchts of Ht. Peter.-who had a ! six v.n-,1 ..tart on Mm. In IJ 3-5 seconds. I' . filocck. .t rree l.mce. was mrrj, iw . ynrd back of Kolb. .1 J. O'Hare of J NOT SKID SHOES NEEDED SAY NOVICE IS NO NOVICE ? '" A'n'!tr? uA,J. p;iV ..! cnugn! at It The' Judges said that .he Celt hud been promoted from the tanks Wll" Cordon of the. N"W ori Ati.-of the rovloes some lime ago anil his I w Yard Hun lland.eap Wnr. i I.oui nliti. Ho'v Cro I.tc im i James Mohawk A I" . y.ir.'. . II l,ra,:inT J- I r i lnie- t .rrti hi Hi ' T 'lie . :' . .. V .,! i '!. I if W White. aiem t V l ra Kolb Knurr- t M IV r j... . V lilo.u. ,.i..if hed ja-d t ..." 4 . see.- i if Ti Mile It an. Now.e tVo- O Hare ln.i Anitr.ean A ( w HnlTHood Inn A A. com! Martini Kleld Cl'lb. thlm Ten. ; O Hire if 4!M,.fld Bute:.; ' TIiitp Mile llifl" ltnr- wtn , Tom Il-IIo. K:iinire C tv W., ,, . urjt. Kmt.lre ntr vvrim-.i -Crnviler. JU: ywooj Inn A A t K 1 1 Krnncls Onlinet. birth scores nude last club, was no fluke as the Little Dipper ear nt chlragn. It Is lo wor;hy of crossed ih line almost five mlnutea ' ti'ile that t,e. rg Sargent vt Ciievy In advance n -h Al'i'-. which also Clinse has mad" the lowest "lop score" repteiented the Man.issset Hay cub , ... . ... oi an mn.. n nav p;avej 'n twenty t:iiaris k, tiyje got tnirn n;nce tor ' ; . u.i.j -i.i.. .i,. m w. round, or more of nntloii.il open eham- the i'or' Washlistnn lub nth 'he sets we,r ree.-d to de-:de the nnat i etic Cluti. national Junior i ii.-urp' n ai fniiisnip gon lie n.t a 3: nuae hi iiyura. .nre wis a in.r nrrnr trom round of '!! irvltntlon men singles si one mile, ma n i snow r.v m -.ne ' i(s llrookllne. next to Ii'hi fiomes J. J. Mc- the .outhent and every one of the line w.Mdme- Club to-dsv and after; fonn that pined him among ihe top. . . n . s Wan b T D,mp. Dertiw.t. who n n.s dr. attempt roared 5-ichts that started w.isshle to finish, , . ..... vi . . -I ,.l.l..h!i vi if vmn m J,,lii'. ! b a n::. this at Unglewood the vear when The .utr.ma.le. mor- -Inn three Iwurs play Arthvr M. . notch mLM.e Jist-n. fUf..n t"di ; J-i, Ihlnl Time ton.ireond; v Vsnl Hun. Sovice-Won hr K R K Pore Jery Hirr.ere: W. V Sfhuler. I.uiuh' l,n I.roeum. i--ond: K Valeut ne. unit isrlirrt third Time. J '! J Match play In all divisions will begin , lntro,luctlon cf ,, rubber cored ball. i Thursday mornttiR ami anoiner i . . .. start will be made. The second match s.niinE u.e eiu.v- v. ...v on round will lv played nr Thursday after- In the national open In ihe last four- noon, and the third and srmi-nnnl , t(.H1 jVRrffi n, Well as the scoics which al'ZrVt!SJAuil:x men made In other years. The lso will Ki plae.l on Friday afternoon, to which thos In the various seml-flnaJs six scores wre under .inO. A careful survey of the figures would seem to Indicate several f.ims at whleli hllherio ne hae o".ly gueed, Tii" gradual .inprovemrt of scores by the same profes. nai Will'e And-.on's 33l, which won at MvorMn In tuill. snri Hv.l.-i. fhar i: H ) hi. :9:. tn io. which only brought him tn'f;' Trf.: ." i;''. ) a tie for fo-.tth. a, at, example-show- , h;. a'iT... J! : uk r.n; oniy ine great nnproement In the. rubber rore golf ball Itself but also In the ability of the plnyern to circum vent tiouble In a TiWr clever fashion. Oolf cnurftn to-day aie stroke hjriler than they were ten years agu, and yet th average of scor!"s of the leaders, the MrK ten. In the pnst tn ears is thre stroke better fire reason Is the ken corr.petltlan, far li-viml that of it d-i ade ago, and the dec's. cm nrr ,l a' by j H'iter Kllmisl.). who for Cm- past eon ma"y of our top n rt 'h nrr.fess'onjl Pie of vrars Im ben trv.ng to mit first five players' colfer. to flB thltiklng" gulf Nculti'i from his Job. kmp till long .lis. i nir -ioi'i lire is nuninu as ;re'ii-iii ami i.inrv niv imniT. snini.iinji ret o' li. but in years past they h.neinew. to think nluut yesterday. At hii tN'Tnnct.t'n Tkh r-I.ASS j-TAUT. J:H ' JavIwiI 'h- 5.venth Regime cra-k. in the gitiX's of the Local Jxxlce iO, COCH.'K. MIl.K.i KlnUti V hi "ml Or-n" II M s l.lltl l!ppe- t A 'orr 5 J! V1 .t.- Wins S'l turd i If, :i Utfl Slicour.c Htr V T-seich .i 4! Canli. Mine- Atr . O'Mrlen 4J 9 Mlr. C t.. rM . i 43 Ji ... ,,lawTel Chutes Chimbirs, the vetei rim Mrgs county pliyer at 8 -- It jf . : n to e :s 'T Id . m rn : m n : it :o : r. : u . : t: :i E1I0NSKY SWIMS SHACKLED. Alan tins on UraltJnrLrt In 1 rip rnm Bs. total number of rounds which they ttlaved In championships Is given and of course villi not be eligible tl)c at)(, of itrokes. with the aver- IhKeWrit and se'eoni a.e per round. Thlrty-n.ne golfers are Hxt4en, and at eighteen holes for the i In the honored list and their average other alxteens. There also will be an I ran(!(,, (j mve Included this year's Aht champ.on.hlp flgures) from the 74.73 lt.or(g. of Chnrles Krlars to the M of Isaac Kntiles close to-morrow aftenioon I Mnckle. nd should be eeiil to jam-s i.. ia ior, i number of rounds of cnairmau oi me uiurjiamcni i-uiiuiuiiri: Kt .M.iuohcstn', Vt The number of rounds or course makes a difference, for at more than one of these championships the weather One of the older trade coif asoi la-1 ..,i ,t, .. nr m mount. Kor Hons. Hut of the carpet trade, will hold ' ' ., v, ....,., rnrtv ri)Un,i. Thurs-1 '" "" ' . . Hm All..l. . an,,, 1,1 lnlt.h.ltl.nl nil Jay and Friday of this week at the while Kvans has plave.1 but eight Areola Country 'lub ine divide the players Into group, ac- The morn. iik of the llrsi day w ill be ,.. to tllM ,mmber of rounds which Jevotcd to Hih qualifying round In the . ., Ifternoon the first round of e.i.-h d.v Islon .have been played we find that the grand will be plajed. match play. Tho.e average and relative standing of thoe tllmlnatcd In the first round will takelwno have taken part In championship, part on the morning of the second day,all( piaw.,1 at least twenty rounds ate .71 ine iiHloiailon in e;n-n iiiiiriini. nui-i- i a!l follows: tllmlnated from this can take part In the , tonsnl.iiion foursomes in the afteiuoon. I i" f flarnmi. A lnnl. who nnn the chain-1 IMaler Itouniln plonshlp of the association last year nt I Sarden City, probably will be on hand to Scfend hie title. Other golfers who nre i likely to have a chance for the premier, donor arc H. II Tobey. runtierup last, tear; II. II. Itichmond of llo.ton, a I former champion, nml Horace Cooke of I'hlladelphln. l'Uer 1 I J MrD-rmnit.... ! leorit .'.iruent S Willie Ander.nn 4 .1. A. Danil Json J- ilrx .""mlth e .vt. .1. Iiraily I Thomas McNunura. i Krnl .Vlcl.rn.l ! (lllhrrt Nichntls ... U Stewart (lardner... Cler liobi-rt.on. . . . Aire p.r Itmind. :.. :t 7. :2 :i : The M-cretary of the Carpet Trade 11 lier In :,.ie .i,,..i.iiiAn u a a i,.,...,,iu ,i ' t ? .Met tin w. ,1. ..... mi...., ... . ., ... . . . Trail. Information In r'?ar l to the iourn y ' ,. r.itnv bf'.l ' may be obtained from hlni His addreM ir, iimrue !.mi ... b Ul West Thirty-ninth street. i While Mnlth .. i; I. Auehterl'inle. In the West tins iveck, the owner- -'al ,' i""u"n" ' Ihlp of one State title for 1915 will be , jo..,"V Jlckl '. . decided. The Wlscorln State cvliamp- :t-I.iM lirnnn... Plonshlp will be plaved at the lilue :: Iwnald l'.o .. Mound Country Club of Milwaukee on 44 1 1 as 41 :i 44 :i ; :n reternn Internal -it, erntlng ;5, -. 3 The marvc of the .-" matov win 'ht i"h.inber.s should have py up ucli . tight ga!r. th' mllltli-' " rii.ii ! i en the yott.g iromin wna ac- nipin-d t.DvlUiiM tn thrt rourta and .' -r.i as officii ph, . ii,t.ipher expe'ned t!".!! he guariUaiar would v In quite ' easily i A a matter of fict, this sm young I rnnun i-ould not oul'e understand how j It was that Ciambe". wxn the first two I 1 sets, and when they were over ithe went I down to tne waterfront to flrire It out. . Wh'le she wm gone Iv!tAiid won two, j eels end '.ed tS match, e altrough rlic 'oiicluded t.mt "he was a Jinx, she .nil" bHi'k to th flnlnh, l-ovlbond n.ii Unl"P or Meant ami up- m.eirs. .'t i'i:t:- I'ttn lie . 1 ' ii i,in run, w m h he rurther Test of It Ice (ininl.li, I'rof. Isaac 1.. Itlc" aan- - , terday that n furthe- : ' ;. -!llc (lamb.f, t.ie ,!,- , ; natej by h'nt. W'T.I I ' c I , fortncomlr.g meetlrg S the State Chess Asoc !a' in. w ' gin at I'tlca a week tr,v t ,i of the strongest of r. e i . playere. A Kupehik, tie St,v. , plon . Oscar Ch.ues. f'hirie ' f , .1. licmsteln, wi.l be the i- '.. will be called Upon to ,i tout.d tnurnnnirVt at t 1! I been If.s like mvhlnes and tb.e value of! fate he gave old Niptune the laugh, for, reilli il,n,1 better tennis thai Cham- iieni In the tlrr-t two eels, but lie ws at a dludi intare 'Ihe i-ourt hart been baked by th" K.ar.ng sun until Its ur-, fsen was hard ns m dance floor and I single stroke ha. never nmente.l 1 1 h got himself all rigged up In n strait them as It ilo. nowadays K've or ten 'Jacket und had hi. leg. shacl.teil In year, ago the public wj. as much In-.heavy chains and then drrpped over teresled 'n the Lrilll.in' .hot. ... !? iii-llxurd nt the lUt'.erv total scor, bu now golfers spe.ik of o- "r n"1 B",!, although be had iju te a. slipper) the bad shots which have helped lose a ' s of neither his mm., nor bis legs, ) laJilbond was afraid to go to the net championship; as a rem't the profes.j"t he kept going porpolv fusliUm and fir fr of falling and Injuring himself liru-ii in ine Hvi.riiii uiif-wiiuii ji v mi-, ii iiirrriurn ilia Hie muni Ul me p. a) - Isliind. He came out of the water S bonis Ing In deep curt and when he did come and 40 minutes later at Slxty-flfth street, t In, r was y e!o.vly that Chamberi had Hay nidge, having squirmed a dlstamo no difficult In pi'slng him. Chambers of five miles. was nil trtnune.i out In non-skid shcej. ... , - i ind came in wlthmt fear when he wa Three fiisliloii l'Uer Vlnirhrrf. ' so Incllt.erl At th.it he manned to . , , , ,,, i . . , 1 eptead hie .eni;tn on t tie . ourt once and A three cushion IvIIUrd match mil be; al, mlm(..,l. ,r t m plaved this week at Poyle hut ti -mv-, tu. ...-.i,, . , .-u ... oiul stie.t ncademy Coleman I- Mad- I ...., i, ",..,. ,h ,h ... ... le i. who enjoys the dtHicllen of scor- rn.imhera .. .. ti,. i..h .i i m slonals do not ntterhpt the brilliant often and plan to play it safe alt along the line, tru.tlnc to steady work on the putting greens to pull them through. There Is alo far more than a sop cf lomfort to those who have been fearful of the decline of the golfing excellence of th" foreign born golfers to know that 'f we take the list of thoe who have pla'ed twenty or more rounds :n th t'nlted States open cliamplona'.ilps there ;v m :i : : j : :.7 ::. : :j j 7 :! I 4(1 01 I 1. 1 tit ' 4.1 it .11 I 4: : i .' u s; 71 are elchtcen fore sn born out of twemy two who have Mulshed in th money on various ovcnslons and have tie best average., whll" In the number of thoe who have played In three or four na tional "opens." eight out of the first ten are either Scotch. Fr-noh or Knglish Still, on the other hand. It will be seen that Mcliermo't leads the one and III gen the other dlvis'on, each bavl-.er met over a period of years most of the men iv hose' names have been mentioned. Hut If w take the Shawnee tournament and the national and the metropolitan we find that there Is manv a fight left In the "old gunrJ" nnd that It ial!y Is the case now where the homebred, are on the defensive. nig a v eto,, owr . iiami.i. i .crge , hjJ l0. ,,, ,0.,j. n the In. .Mome . win piay a ;7'-" ter's feivice Had the K.ng. county with John !ole of I'etrolt The latter I tnir. been able to take this game, the West. whre be i lousidererl th equal . 1-1 I. ...I... .1, V... I 'v ',.,"':lr"l"r" V , . ; i mai,n anj uonai iiiinarii i.e..sue . .mo,iu.miiiii. wmi v,.i ,,, ,. ,..i. ,-,-.., season The matcU will be i:o p nt.. d I01 ;K1id to rlng , ni3ch ii.ii., i i ...... .. ....... on to r,- -4 trf.fore he took enotlie-mime. 1. one of the nio-t sk lfill plaer.. in the I Wi,r, nouM Urn s,. ,IIh,' Hn. oih-r g.iu;e wou.d have g.ven him the second leg on the hLie Alhert Cutler will I whien made the set deuce. Chamber took the nrst to game, of .th fourth I The second El imp consists of tlioe who have taken part In fewer chain- Thursday, Krlday and Saturda. The .... , i.,.i,i.p nr ,t.A ,iti i t'.i.. ii ami. i.i ,. i. ..i i. ' ,...w.i!JJ ,i..; ' tilonelilii. and finished fifth or better, rhampio'ii. Alii, did not play in thel?1"1 1r1ou",H ""?llln,t wpUt' l" ,Wl'".t.y- Western championship at Cleveland last ' " " o""1'" ''' deck, aii'J It may he that he Is engaged '"" ......... In busliiex.. that will not permit him to play much golf He finished his, ptaver tourse at llaiiaril In June i j Wa irr llagen If John Iteld. Jr. vice-president of the! : l.oul Telder fnlted Statei, Oolf Assuclntlon. who now! 3 ! M. Ilarne. Is living in Ilacine. should decide to Jim Corbett's Tom Cowler Shows Off for Wiseacres From Park Row J.m Corbelt Tom Cowler got a crltl well wishers Tl' II be irere In yhl ett a. e lead : l.evlbond Cr.amttrn lii IbonJ Ur.iml.r lii lb.m.1 ChaniUer- commenclng Tu -il:i referee i " " ' ... .. . set and then I n ,x In a row The llo.e 4ii1tiirr. lo l.ienl.. rtfUl : a. er n doubt, although J Itoe was a double viitot In the ! Chambtr-s fought stubbornly. The sum I'ennant A C. game, closeil to nieuibet. iraries: at I'etham llay I'ark .vestetday He w.m.tn. re i-ub M.n"- Inrttatlen Singles won the quarter mile dash In 55 second. ; Pirn Hound Arthur .VI liilhond dete.t.d and cleared 11 feel m the broad Jump. liari oniintirr i :. : , . i. l. ' C--S. Th po.nt .core; j i'lllST MiT i i : 4 ; : j . t 4 i 1 e : 4 : i 4 s i t : 44 t SECOND .-KT : : c 1 1 : : 414: 4444144 6 134 riiinu skt 4 ; 1 4 4 11 4 4 e 4 4 11 t 1 4 4 1 4 4 : 1 4 r 1141 roi in 11 kt s t 4 4 4 4 4 :i t 441:04.) ;ii Kli'TIl SKT 4 0 4 4 4 4 5 I 4 JJ : 4 1 : : j 0 . 1 J ! .1 gni" li elf, .'3 gsniet, 1&4 ca! once over, up and down and through " ' V",1.1 and through at his training quartets .J'uVa.. Vl'diui I 1 - ' - 1411 Ullfl H U.U .IIIVtl'-(l. 'lUilUi'ilk I f, j I (Av lj f MTu.n . nuniirrti" o: nils imugrru .-Kiir int I A.-I neve. 4 I'.nil N.c'ioi-in. 1 .ililmi,er. 4. OU: l .i'lC'1, .l.ICK Tole Kirmtr Caniunnit, I'ha.nlier. down 0 the pl.tutesque spot to ee Just '"" r.'-n.an. .. r nienun, mp.i ,-pe. . o.a .--1.0. ..in.., llnr..r .Ine 1 1 I.r..ru , ,. Vtn.i tev fOlM.. LnAlllberi. ir.eiwni! .inn i.oroen n;.s up .... ..icr.r Aiervte No nf tier Itourds. llnun.l. 11 1 House Joan lieeve.. the luice lint t.i.wler amaziil the on'oonet. with his ic.n.'. Thompson tne Ilir.d 1, Mud 1 ulill ty to work on and on without a llrown. Ju:,e H'own. N-'i. IPirir. Sm iii. jctu;i j House, Snake Klll'on. Snaggy Seirnou . Standing feet .1 inrhe, high audi -'"' wh""; -"""ti Kitzsnn- ound. he not around the ". lire ni wii ine ii.achnr.:n. Mi- lnovk'. shal'. : ! 1 tIif hlnir '111 I fi : ;blg smnalum like a middleweight. The Oas Heed 1 mn Holle-in, i fi :-hlB event, h bout with the glove, be-i ; ly. Countrj t.entb.n.Aii .-cl.li I! 55 'tween Cowler and Soldier Carroll, was I r,"'ctl Williamson. 1'e.wee Mai JOY BEST HANDICAP YACHT. ,e i4i4i line arid Davis Craft l.eada Her Uli Islnn Home. 4 Kr.inrl. Ouln-ei . . . . try foi the Wisconsin title this week .;:. 0. HmpsVn. . .. hla manv goliilng friends in the Kast :Jack Hutehln.un. . will watch hH progress with keen In-! "T" McNenile tereat. Q .lame. Maiden... j 10 John Jone .. flhlefc num. .-.,,,1 r--rM..i- ,-.,,1.,,.. , While the." srem 10 be in m cl.i.s bv ih.m..k,., I., they do not n.eie ...... ,.t , i... ...,.... ,-. 1 different golfers lie ij.iii Wl. ITU.. . fuller . .111. UP to-morrow whether ihey wi.l .il 11 ni... ....... ....... ,...iu.....i ui.. 1 wan. 1 v ......v.. .,H. . v.... nnunii mucin now .....r .,.11-iic.i n.H" .... ... .... , , . -'. ited rhnul Ihe 11I.I ..' ., .,.'.., ..m h-ive filled i mi.llfv reiiii, leini, le ni anu waicn 0111 ior . ars nave raneu to quant) ,..' ,., ......., m.i 1. Thutsd.iv n ihi fif rinirse clr.e vin. ..Vwiiil.l Im juiii ii.in.ip, ; .-urn v..'11'i.. 4 inn in 1 - - SnOUI'l lie,' . . . ' "... . , ,. ... .. ,. ,1.1,1. ,,r !.. Il.ii.. I a mie set i-unTli.ireu wun me one nr 1 " e..,..., ,Vn"'r;n : :.; 'Iie!.l kick until Jimmy Johrunir, rrUM i "f'' Jhe iio.e.ho-. II..U w.ignei. a. i.e.., :' ;ru'l1 aid" ; i i sill, a jitney bus load of nstlc wlfte.icres Hook and l.hder Lave. Spied lMnn. Julu, I" he hsrallcap and knot e. .? : ::::: !: M.U 'from Park Itow. As soon as the scribes, :"e Harber, C.uer.'lla Wagner and Tom da.-e, .lo owned by l.e Sa iv se figures are interesting ; had set foot in the gvm Corbet-. wlg-,aw tne lluvket. Now t,at'.. tin, Xiyls won in the seind d.v.elon always tell the play of the wagged hi, big m.istery and the trouble ! 'Unch to let beve cm the girat ,Ti , ? th. ? b. fers as they have shown In that had been brewing for the luckless, Way. isn't It- 1 " bn won his fourth Wetem ch iniplonshlp the championships of the past few years, . i-o'er boiled rl,ht over. T( last week and Oulmet gained his third 1 'or ' ecme cases elnce the qualifying1 ow er oie-ned up with a ruh. He " Massachusetts title lie foe many vear, roum-i have been a necessity the well ' oldkr fought fiorr. wall to , have pated thry will begin to approach the record of Jerome I). Traver", w ho has held the Metropolitan championship live time, and the New Jersey title on four occasions. THIS STRIKE STRIKES HOME. up some and their score., whlcn rightly counted In this list as giving 1 a sample of their form at the time of the open event, do not get Into the and Welueit liaj .lesterday.' roll': head and .houldeis through a pet added a I it can't be dime "There are no you can't expect two little spl:itre. like Dundee and lirltton to do the polite lave had n hard time holding; act wnen - muni depends on the re.nlt him back." broke lit Hilly Itodenbach. for each of them ' ,l.u rl.l,.r l,o I,u, ...lu. ui. u, d llm, . ... n ., ..... .... Witt. .Indue I n, lor. ra.lon., which should be taken Into lp llext.r Unowi when he done took . . . . . ! II vndic v I vsi-TIIIHD 1I Vl'siov Jii y 25. Judge Frank IHrcount whe" slu1'lne-' these statistics, much. He was doing twenty miles ont'1 ' r"'-' .ln,i lla.idlesp. j ',.rA.T, j i.j-,-ocit.-i: : .1 Mll.i:. M. Taylor of the New Jersev Coi.m ,.f ""' ' wul " "ler "ut ' ",e the road before I came down here . (j, y Wood, won a rlub hand.ciin on I Sunbeam, A H I'i.ne .:. :i si ; it bi IfacUi-i.siu'L. ttmhlHte Hit) IIackknhack . Cnildles 4( ii 1 1 -In. averaging. Alex Hoy and C. Nlchol.,. I ' - ! for Instance, have a fairly low average, u h;ive llalI ,u nut tney nave taiieu io get into tne I chosen sixty-four on one or two oc- T. e Oraiesend Hay Yacht Cuili de parted from the regular routine ves'n- d.iy and liel.l a retatta tilth, pt.zes fur races In the lisr.dtcap and knorkalsjut ,lo , owned by l.e Sain age ard on hand utiected on cor-1 ncted lime In the third dlv.s.on. wh ! Sa.ilail; won In the knockabout class , The (luinmar.ts j IIAMllCll' L'l.AS-'- SnCOVD DIVISION' - ! S1AHT. J:0; fOCP.Si:. 7S MII.r.5 IZ anv-d Kmt.h ' Va'ht nnd Oine- II M " .!'. e Saul'Sfe A l1.'. I 4. ' .VI and I'. C It I'lrnp. t mi 4.. . . I ile II li imiiie . 1 0. . I Mai. W Anderson. . . 5 0J "1 ! i I'a'.l. M Chrl.tlsn.en 10 f' ' l.a i;uliana (l. I4rnriai.i1r I '4 It j Correct, I lime .Ine. 1 43:i l la 'i, 1.1110 f, i ... .nu i I I H .M S 1 41 (li, 1 I'. 4.. 1 1.7-1 1 fl . . 06 0 i It .VU 4 1 .'! Kriors and the links of the O.iklui.l Coif Club I ...im mnlnrlli' nf rrmeA the flm.ieu .1. .,. imml. If..'. .. f.on... Appeals Had a strike situ- riven .ire iro.nl Indications of the nl.iv 11,1,1 .Irli.Uu not even .-I,i.. f at. stlon imt up squarely before hlrn thl ' consletency of tho various well known What he lose, on the road Is real blood, morning, li.it lie Heated the matter In profcsHonals ; arid a better Idea can I don't like ao much work on the high- a phllosnphii-.it manner and decided to be formed of their relative standing ways." remain neutral desnlte the feeling, or In the country bv a tierus.il of this "Work!" broke In Corbett. "(Ireat 100 i-iitldle strikers of the Hacken.ack , table than In any other way. .gun.., I worked harder than Cowlet ever-led for third place with 73 each The Coif Club. Judge Taylor. Myron Ilobln-1 Ii urelv would be of Interest 10 mnnv 'did. as evervbody know... Hill v. be can leading scores follow: (!. K. Wood.. Anna. I It Wr Kli' " 4 01 2 1 U 5 'es- IVaukSIl II . C A Miens: I 54 o: : .4 n- terday wnen he retuMied a low net' " a. utr. .... .... . . score of ,1 one better than that of , . 1 . .... . . , 'uin.-niii, I'm ivaukan 1 1 . OS. i2. Hug II . : 10 ii 0113 Anni Simiiel A Salvage, who finished second ! n m Hrown and Cyril Scott wi re i ii- mhiictu-st hit i ncmT.sir Tlit 1 - 1 III! PJ Dr W. Skylark C IMuii roi, presHiem r tne Crnon League colfeis, before commenting a bit on the "land It. Why. fellows. I used to box s-.' is, .1. snmue. A. salvage. s -lb. 1 M -use. H. I. sapper .. . . in o. l -j o; dub; C.arret f. Arkerson and H. Mers ' ,a,, which the statl'tlcs tell to refer twenty hard rounds every day with ! ; Dr. W. S Ilrow n, S41 1. 7S . Cyril1 -h,t. -s' l nu'' 11 J 4i : .j 4S Hogert reached the lxtl. hole, and found , tncp more to some of the figure. W'hlch !l'' Huhlln when I was training forSs'''L S7 14. 7.1: (lastmi I'lantlff. ' 1 Krank Klrke, of Hackensack , T,,.hr J r l ' J , Jim Jeffries. Twenty round of flghtlngi HI0-25, 75 . O. C. llolton. t.fi--... 7 . II. FLUSHING TURNS OOLF TABLES. r,o i.oasiai.ie ! re. i. .el.cl or Maywood , , .. c'ami.bell nnd Jick Iloben. "' I believe In lots of work. Wasn't H. Henry. 5 It-. 77. li. Sieiens.l divide the .o ,un n' ,,e:'',..,I': ! championship., neither one having w? " l,,ore of ' twent.lve to II. .M I'opham. IS. J. H. do,., (1 . , Jent Is wi. L. Hide of the coif club ' missed a year except at Midlothian In ..r, , . , . , , .. . . and V It. Har ihorne tried f ,,,,ifv 1911. Campbell has never scored below "P." S ' 'hat whlpp..! me that , .ln, ..mtch of nineteen player. Itfutfh Vlr HhIL ICirlliorn. H.tClIV . ii f i4. .. nv.,iu I't'iun ....u, I it I i a t..i I.. the striker., hut all to no purpose 'nnn. but he hi... one 302 to Ills credit. ' " V . ' ' ....!?!. ' ' :!.B'..IIor nn,l hi- -hl-hU4ju5S stiol.es better than ul" .'im I k" ,t ' OHnkl, to nv self offered the reason for hle'icen , kTo I to h lor " lb ? 'he I, Z ny V?h' " chf"" !"' ..' KelWr, , e.day In his effori io brk i day '.;" a' score of'brVo ! but these bora were m.i.le n..i. h i -e ....... ... ..... .... " ... li ..ire 111 my ,11111,1 nil- 111 1 1 "Crawl- , Walt till, tin y must be slight In eoninarlson with i i "... ' . I i i ti I , . iitiiniM.fii ne.i. nriKiu ul II1C l.urill , i r noon .iw.e-n.T inu, eiijuy. rtw.iy tin. only man who ever tcgaltied tlie ui.it. iii ijim, hkiiiii ai ...yopin, ine very lieiivyivelglit title. Vhl! name of which seemed to caM a spell to decide which color Ink on a side the Mu!ilng Countr) Club tilumiihed over the (ireat Neck Oolf Adverse water condltloiiK balked (ieotge , Club on the link, uf the former yester- The home tlie existing reiord for the nvilin from , club also mni a foursome In which ten the Mattery to sandy Hunk Arter lie- pairs started on ..ich side by a score Ing In the water three hours and seeing , of If to I'. The srorlng was on the that wltii the touch sea rmtnlnir he, N.ikmim. nvhihiii Tw,i weelr. before ilrent While I was trying' would be unable to accomplish his task I Neck defeated I'luihlng at Oreat Neck prererreu in i he gave up the fight When opposite I drum Campbell was selected by the I lould see Maine.. J. Cor- in, ...j ine i-.iitiue!. jiie Tiuin- l . i,.i. iii-.i.,,.. ii. i ., ,, . iir up Hie I. Kill l. lieu opjioHlie iirnill lampoeil w.ij. nriei-.ru oy ine rills, the.i said, was unfair to 1 01 ,,ole , ",'., al 1(! ", .V1" Nkln, ' !"y hllllliK I backed Into the ropi-s and , Swinburne Island i:...elboi n's advisers , visitor, to lead ofT and he lost all three r and better caddies. poll. e. , "hUh In those dais frightened bimrued off of tl.eni nntc. a dvllig chance ,i,.cde. not to let their protege pro. I points to Crdlm-r W White, the home ke told the s'llk-is to hold a '''"'V' 1-nK7,no' Professional blow. That wmn the last I i nny fvlrtl,er ngnlnM a losing cause arid I champion. Morel P. Lewis of Flushing reach a (..inclusion ami appoi' t I handed In a card which totalled nc. Hey, t owbr. now don't do that. Save ,,uned him from the water. 'and Thurston Kly of dreat Neck, who Tennis Team Take. I'll.. anil ll l-'fiir Doiilile., were second In the Hit. played to a tie ; llert United and Jamee Kraser, the pro- ' M. 4 brlitopher Hoy Ileal ' Intra, i rs.()iin. at Hushing and dreat Neck St Christopher A c athletes did not; 'eipectliely. competed In the match, tho In their I ' 'usi'mg man winning oy i point in tne roursonie i.ar.iiner m unite the strikers yelled to them louse guys come ,n:""Veilow .... , The strikers comiilal-r,l of -he new ' bark .?Killn. nt . Myopia. Ihe very henvyivelght till Ijrtern wnereoy the raddles aie num bered the older liiali Klrke meeting. four of their number to confer with the i n nverage of 2 per round. In later our Ininls. What's the sense of taking club olhcial". I yinrs he has been in one championship chances with 'em. Look out for h: - - 'fill strokes better. Just about a good nf- elbows vou know Jeffries was luckv. ROROIIflH PARK LOSES ONLY ONE ' t' rnoon'.. ..core for him on his home Hey. Hilly, tall It off that fellow will - - - .luuiee. , , o.i line ne enii nu, cm I lie , deal cil J Father Time kindly kii, in an me "lie,, i ,ininnnsiups amt e e.nu . in mi. .is ,,e iinnru io a giouii OI ,,,,. vti.eomb. D.ini I . .,,1.1.,- I..1I r... ...... I.IILV ti.tl,. I ,1n.u - - ..... I........... .1'.tl.. .1 . I ' ....... ...... ...in,- nun uee terdav Ulill lOOK a Tall OUt Of IWO llllb l'""ru r.unriie inipi, neie.lieu there have been 21 scores under linn for "Jim. you'd better teach him to kien r.e.,rrt. i.n nrtn.e . n. i.,.if Charles Zlegler and It M Tarllon The Itorouub Park Tennis Club all ll",e"' T1"' nrKt " hreak the , hi- guard high," said one. "U.ok at ' mile In 2 02 S-:., better than the old The iimmnry of the match follows, the but made a clean sweep of the Ter r.n ' "eemlngly mystic ttlple cemury wan T that chin of Cowlcr's. If the c.unner I mark by I 2.5 seconds, and A Morris P'aiers competing In the order given Tennis Club on pie ermrts of the hitter 1 Al, x Smith, who. In lOnfi, at Onwent-, hooks one on It coming out of a clinch I cltppol two seconds ofT the rude and a Hmh'ng-C.ardlner w While, .1. Morel P nt Avenue .1 anil ICnst Severitfcnth Tl,r,,e years later the he'll be In our coiner helping you to i half record when he went Ihe distance Lewis. J: C ''Watt. S. Alexsnder S An street, ItiiKd.lit., ie.ur.la. The I lor- ':a' "',H l-Bl''d. the ground was revive Turn. A chin ns long as that Is 1 In 7 2s elciatch men won all thiec of 'pTl porter 3 " "' OiiHrW "c r,m ougn r.irk i I'll, won in, in out nt ten i ' ..une ninn,. in." .-.niuu. . me iiiiiiun mi r. mie. errs jr 9 Misene nruni F y niatche., Silniliert p.ilng Hi., only o. ' tecor.i utures i.eorge Sargent, with "lie Heard that the t.tiiiner I very." ins one to-Jaekmn or the Terrace club, -9ni having us lO'iipanlons under the fond of hitting nil the breaks and i-ay.ng 1 . f, ii. i; i, in tin. sliigbs The Itorough 300 ,n,,rk T""' Mi'Namara. Ab- Smith. 'HN''iise wasn't It a dreadful nils- ' V.nks won nil four ni.it. lies In Hie , l5,iar Ahi'-Kle. Jin k llobrna and Willie take," broke In the pleasant spoken 1 doubts Anner.nn. I ne iicm year them were r, ' o" lei . -1101, I've lieen schooling up ,leiii"iis of tli" Hu-itiKli Park club I fi' "bite, none In inil, three nt Huf-1 11 t"l Dir tint and If we nre allowed to' nnd Ctimmisn.'iiii of the Teriaco club ' fal" ln ,!,,- ,tnnf Mrnokllne and , light al line time I'll be pleased most. furriisiieil the iet iiinteet of Hie das. .'ii.i."uo.iii, nn mo uiih scar at ' ,nM "r io.ikii ' oj man 111 ciose Dr Jeniiiiigs won llu.ill.i II 2 The Minimal ius: Smut, n . II,, I V i.r", ,lr..iir .11. Hie I I' n II . M,''ll fm , ' II on .e.ea ll,. .1,1 ..t r.--7. fi 2, Sun, 11 v, 7 ',, -I. 1. I. II ... 1. i. , 11,1. r lettn'itj.. .11 K I l ,1 r. .ui j 1. 'p. Ilu ... . I,. ... u ' 4 n 1. .n.erun ll.iltii'rol. (iiai tei'.' Freddy Mcl.i-od, diorge Sargen: ntnl I "How's the little old advnnce?" asked I.I. J. Mrltermott have been mid; r Iinri ''" hett of Johnston, aH Cowler squared 'twice, Tom McNntii.ii.i tin Ire and Ae away fur 11 tilt Willi Haltlltig Johnson, Smith rop. Hie,,, al! w Hi sroie. which, who weie a 11e.nl lonktrrir headgear mi four oiwuHiniiH liM'iceii t in yearn "le,s of interest,'' s.ild little Jim to I'ini'i P'lJ iiri es tb.tii .111 iieinj.,. of In big .lilil, "Ue.ene a section for the 7'i per round, dllliert Nl, bolls lias one Ibillglliston and llayslde looters," said mni 111.11I1 1,1 l!'l. which l!i stroke. Coihoti "Here mv list. Theie's better than in. flint elToit at Myopia .lot of fellow, hete who've never seen a Among th'' ii'iiateiiiB Walter .1 Travis IlL-hl They've engaged a lot of husei Ii.ih scoie.l :in(i, but this Is outshone by and will attend the bout at the Rink In the 2'J1 by Chick Lvan.i and tho of elate. Juat listen to this list ut Cowler Ordtrbytht full nam urke's Guinness Lfk for M tigns W. iaH BURKE'S-GUINNESS hiily. Itltd bu-E.t J.Burkt. 1 I'll. 11.11. 'I nr. A r. liuMii'i. .1. nailer 1 M untie, t. II. Hummer. I C II. Strutheri, i R R NleUer.on. 1 Charle A Po., 2; C 1 A Ne.mllh, Ile rl llsttell, 1. Total .11. j lireat Nei'k-firsnt Campbell. : Thurton ' Kly, Clurlei Zlegler. 0; It, M Tarletnn. e Ue llockwell, (I; 11. n Martin. 9: 1; SVil on, 0. K lieoll MrKiusht, .1: IV Petri, 0 ,lnenli A. Millatif n; n. M lluekley, J 1 Ilr I'liarle M Sie.lei n, C II (inddsrd, n n Walker, 0, K. T Kly. :. W. Cllllord, 0 , ' V Dutio.e,ue .1, .1 Calrm Miliiiiihl. D, Jame Kraser, . 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