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.... i..- '"iifi.ifa. Second Section BASEBALL, BOXING. RACING, TENNIS be Sporting and AutomoWes GOLF. ATHLETICS. YACHTING. FOOTBALL NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915. Copyr(7f, 1015, by thr dun Printing '"ill f'liMlinfno AufnrVitlon. H. P. WHITNEY SEES TWO OF HIS CRACKS BEATEN BY INCHES loMlcr lakes Boitow'n Scalp ani POM in Hoots Heats SmmmIv Dominant. (BEAT THRONG ON HANI) TO SEE FINE RACING BILL IaUTOvU, Aug II. Harry Payne WMtWI pnntd hlmeclf a thorough ipnrt;nian this afternoon when two of Hi the rnushhreds. ninnlnir In th color ef 1 S Thompson, wore beaten In the to Hakes that featured one of the beat days' racing ever enjoyed by ftartogans mil lvt of vleltora front Ni'W York. pomlnant, under the crushing lmpat Pf i pounds, wu the fir! t of ! e Wlilt ft champion to meet defeat. After for. nf the unnln all the way n the lirstul I'mon Hotel Htakes he ad to five way In the final atrldea to the rh'ly weighted Van In Hoots, owned t K.vhs'l IV Keene. There wu only l i me separating, the pair aa they I the Ju.lsjpV and Homlnant. tnough lieatcn. wua by no meana dl rsred In the Merchant and t'ltliene Handi cap, Which followed the big two-year-d 'event, the Thompson alike were car ried by Borrow, an American bred geld ing whhh received hie early racing U0tion in Kngland. Borrow wa In receipt of six pound from Koiuner and In spite of ti e cruahlnw defeat adminis tered lo Roainer on hie laat atart he ,. made favorite, with Borrow next In demand At the finish Borrow wa catching the Miller rhamplon, but ha failed by half a length to gain the ttvtlrd Bfet lmaltlon. Miami- If Rnamer Had l.oat. It vis here that Mr. Whitney dis played the aplrlt that marka a true portimtn Turning u t friend he laid "Much aa I should have liked to have cen Borrow win. It would have been t ahame to deprlv. Hoanier of the victory for which he fouirht ao hard." It was the tribute of a fame racing man to a r.ire horse Ot quality that was con ced ng welg-ht to every horae in the race and showa that the real owner of Bor row is a cheerful loser aa well aa a f-areful winner. In the Grand UMon Hotel Stakes every "tie of the thirteen overnight en tries went to the iost, and from the moment the names of the riders were poattd the Thompson entry ruled strong favorite. There was such a ruth on the part of the public to wager on the mighty Dominant, which had a record that wa-s marred only by a dVffat In his first race, many of the layer were refusing to take beta on the Tt ii pair as the horses went to the post. But fhere were some daring I peculators who continued to lay odds of 7 tn It In spite of the fact that I BrOttl 1 which Is owned Individually by ! I. I Thompson, was coupled with Domi nant H. his nrevlOttl victories Dominant hud earn! penalties that brought his Might BP to 131 pounds, and Bromo had only three pounds eas tn carry K I. Cirmi.ns Achievement had 125 up and. Otffoid A. I'orhran'a Prince of Com", 11", hjt the rest of the big field re- ! reived allowances and were In with llo or 107 pounds, with the exception of' PUn ti Boots, which being the; only Ally with the temerity to tackle the coirs, had to carry but 104 pounds. 1 Puss In Boots had rh-ised Dominant fiom- when the pair met In the Saratoga : fejier.il at a difference of three imiuiuIi aeight, and there were many smart I J'jrtxe,. who figured that the daughter of I Peter Pan would be a thorn In the I side of the Whitney champion I'ui In : Bunts Hie second choice, at H to 1, i nd was heavily played for the place, hill Johnson N. Camden's Marse Henry, which had tn take up three! poinds extra in order to carry Jockey I Loftus, the third choice. Tommy M.Tsggart. who has ridden : toil of the stable two-year-olds In their ; Itcew rtts, had t h mount on I i.nni- 1 runt and Joe Notter threw his leg over Bntmo The large Meld got away to a j plrndld. start, an I though BronM was the fl: t to h0W his nose in front It took I Mty i few strides for the speedy Doml- I runt to Lead the Held with Marse Henry. Fus in Hoots and I'rlmero hot foot i sfter him. Marse Henry whs Inside of j Ijotninant and try iu lie would McTaar- I girt could not get sufficient leeway to I tag the rail with the favorite before' bantling tlie bend. When he found that h eould not head the Camden coll Mc- i nggtrl eras content to run lapped on I Marse Henry Until entering the stretch. Hurac Henry Drops Hsrk. T N .rt o keep pace. with the flying !v : took all the running out of Barn iio.u an.i as McTaggart applied ! Whip at the beginning of the stretch I Mill Marat Henry dropped back to leave' Piss In Moots the follower of Dominant , tnd two lengths in the rear. Prlmero I i -o Was done for at this time and Dig Smoke an HI llo.-k. which had boon Nllrun early, la-gun to move up, but never g 't near enough to threaten the MdeTa, ner wai whipping I'usm In Itoor. Wl al i ne eighth pole Dominant still Mid .mi advantage of a length and a Igh McTaggart was riding for ' II life and it waa evident that the eelghl or, his mount was hegttuving to Little fJgfnOF saw the waveilnt?' hOrM In front and. redoubling his the Mly gamed slowl) but surely, Ii the shout went up "Puss In Boom ril I " They were nearly on even terms li tlxteenUl pol. but theie waa a : in Uominanl ami he held his th Ins last ounce of strength un- ' ' fl ards from the line. There the torioua rush of Pusa in Hoots sent isa in front and continue.! until '" landed the rich prise. Both Big ki ind ett Hock had gained ground ' run through the stretch, the for litng two lengths behlivl Ionw ... la length in front of St Hock lloaiuer (iete the (all. P ' tvad the call In the betting low In Die M.. i chants and Ott Ih Iromboll, StHr Jaantine and A'ftll lsUpMrLe4l The distance was t and rhrtHi-elxteenths, an that the 1 " o'.k pluce a iiuarter of a mile ''wn the MtreU-h The public hail a I v hw of the unruly Sir John MHI' ' " v,-i .-h fUMfld and fumel until he at the imt, aa he deaervii. i bahavtof eauMd the others to - ' iMisitions and In the shuffling NUnoi Ml luogy enough to lp on the rail, the position that bOeOnggd to llOgfOW. There nuwi) whi thought thiu th.e might I va ggu need the loettlt, aa Itiaunar. a ' Ul front runnel , waa able to Jump I Mack Garner j The latest of three brothers lo eaake wood In the saddle. Thle yonnastcr has ihnnn the niaklnae f a really Irat t-lase Jockey at Naratna-a. lie mile a Hne race la the tirand t nlmi Hotel tgbgg yes terdai, landlnat I'aaa In Hoots nln wer hy a nose o.rr thr hlahl praleed llomlunnl. away and take the load with Horrow and Htrombuli a length and a half lx-htnd him at the lginning of the liackst retch. In the run down the back stretch and pad illy near the far turn It ap lioared as thoug-h Srmnholi had BOTTOW In close quarters, while Uoainer was galloping along In front and reached the atret.-.h with an advantage of two lengthe At that t nie str.anlsill had crowded Horrow hack half a length bf hind him. but Itoamer never allowed the Helmont horse to take the track away from him. and when straightened out Notter sot out to ride with might ami main on Morrow in the hope of over taking the leader. It was not until the last sixteenth ttuM the stamina of Horrow liegan U tell, and then fhe crowd roared aa he cut down Itoajiier's lead There were twn finished riders in the saddle, and both were do ing thwtr lieet In roe pom to the shouts that denoted a real horse race mas on. The daylight between the pair lessened and then disappeared as the last des lierate rush of Horrow landed him half a length behind Itoamer. BtromboH Un laced gamely, and was two lengths in the rear of Horrow, while the roat of the field was lieiiteji off. the fourth horse, ilalner. being ten lengths behind Strom hol'. The time of 1:59 Is one MOOnd slower than the track record mode by Sir John Johnson when be won tins eent in lo sriUl 10 pounds up Three Kfarfrrs In .lump. There were only three startera for the Saratoga Steeplechase handaoap anil In dian Arrow, which wns added, waa quickly out of the race, falling at the fifth jump. Bdward M w.jd 'a Weid s4iip. which closed a favor'te, with the OrggMrgg Stablna Cherry KaJottt ma.ie all the pace. He Jumped oloaner than Ms rival, and though flurry Malotte got UP Within a length of the last turn of the Held she had no chance to lna.t Weld nh p. wh'ch went away again to win by ten k-ngths. Tlie ummaiias: riBIT RACK Handicap: all uses: allnw: purse Ism. m I urloiif i Wt. Joik.y MoM.rit IDs . Buxton 3 1 i . lof . J MeTaa'l lf-1 7 .". ? ..lis ..lalley 9 ; M 3 . ) . McAtee ... U) l 41 4 . ICS M.'shey si 3 1 B Waikla liurr Kenmoiiss .... Helen iisrbee. Ilaria ItlosRntlg Striker r Merrn-k Chivitnr Broom Flower UiH -eairbroer IS-I S i W M'D otl II l . t . 91 I... faille. J.i-1 13-1 llu-..., 14.1 & I a i lie I ill, ;nod stnrt: won hsndiiy: Wanda liter. b ni hy Peep Ilsy My Gem uwned and trained hy J a Ownbey SECONIl RACK me sarat nca atreideehase Handicap, four year olds snd upward purs.- U.OS0; atimit iwn n. i. - aim s half Horse Wt WtMahln 150. Jockey mnw Till. ISO "oik" . even nut l10 1 PuweiN even out J IH Brvant 1M -6 Cherry Mai "it Indian Arrow Time l:Zl Gooil start: won pulled up: WeldehlD, ch hy He a Horse M Moon Daisv: nuned hy E M Weld: trained by O n Tompkins THIRD RACK Tlie Brand Union Hotel stakes: two year olds: purse 1 nix furlnugs: Hore Wl Jockey MusS Fin Vipis in Bonte liiunaiK Big Smoke Ht Ruck PTimero Bromo Kilmer M srs Hsnev Inis nl Como Spur Achievement watet nasi n Cam are i Garnrr ft 1 1" IB. T McTag t VH Connolly !'V7 J M.Tsg t IT Manm 1 - aVI Jet I 1 J M 4 hi B 1 i a Notter Buxton lirtiii Mi4.'ahey RHiiffman Hraj Hyrne MrCane . gsvi im t a-i i t i '. 10 1 '1 ! io an-1 sVj 11 .v i jo-! v: loo i ei-i is Coupled Time llJI-r, Good start: won drlvins: Puss in Bonis. b. f., by Peter Pall Star Cat; owned by Koxiiall r gSSaSl Ir.uniNl by J Murphy FOURTH RACE The Keren soli and CHtsana Bandlegpi three year-olds and upw-ard: purse $:'.ij0; one mile an. I ini-ee sisieeiuns Horse Wt Jo. key Prns's Fin Hosnier . 1-5 PsttWSlI M i-S lU Rurrnw la Nnltv IS f. 14 SMiomboll lit J S'Tii't .1 j tiainer 114 ..f.MoTlg'l :. t . 4 ai ur .Issnune . V.tt . Martin ... s-j ft. 2 ft star (iaie loft MeOahey 1 l-l ft Huruenoi till1-; liarwr i 1 ItVj 7 h John Johnson 10 II Connelly oo-l Jfl 1 I-ft al pan Time I tit Start good fur all but Sir John Johnson: won driving! Hoanier. b I. hy Knight Krrsnt Hnve Tree If,! owned by Andrew Miller; trained by A J (o)ldstHirouuti FIFTH RACK Thrcr yeal olds; Mill at i purku 1 - al furlonst. Horse Wt .Inekey ITloe- Fin Kvelyn C N Mink in I 4 1 I' jeta. Jr in.' Martin. . u I II lievil Fish II.. Hyrne 4e-t If. 1 Vi IllliSh lo MM. .Judy li ft even 4 Duke sf Dunbar... M l.a t'aiil- lft-1 Id f. Vuls'i II2..T MiTal ' v'- , Panto , Henry si I ; Athens IM Fsnhrn'er to 1 I 1 i Chesterton It.. Oil . i:. t 1 9 r.noalwtMsl .... .. Ill J McTas'l gVj H I III Ouilook ICt MoAla M 7-ftii Malattar 103. l'ltl .101 101 13 Flo... Crockett I'M '. on.i 3D-1 in 1 ia Time I 14 1'. Pair slarl: won hsndilt ; Kvelyn C by Duftl firinonde Lllli owned Hnfterlius . trained by J WaglM. SIXTH HACK For nisiileu two ye.vr olds, fl furlong! and a haJf Mom Fin li . . -. ! I U M S1 I A- J1 jn i i Ift I -! ft mi i t i : G a ii t ii n i III 13 1 40 I 1ft I lo oni wt Itg I'W mi ii.. 113 lit 113 I IIS tt 104 111 Id Jnekey T MeTag'l Connelly Mink llurling'e H'iffinaii ll.Nell Ked.TIS Martin Lilly M.Cahey 1)11 Fair Wealher Ken ah Ikiholmk Nsvuralor Nnlll Walloon Hllle Shooter Ml I'lulbtn . ... Vedado ikfe-aislie Tsiniiia .... Mme II'' 1 i Heals nl Kitchen 1 ft I II M leenioll II I ( I 13 Nieklaus . If. I I 1 II nit- Mart ood: won . nl. Fair Wealher. ch , I by Fair Play Hmiciunte. uwned and trslne.1 by M lilrech IRISH CHARGE IN BAD' GRACE, SAYS RUBIEN ( ritit ism of Judges by ( Inb ( nsportsnianlikp. False nnd I nfnrtiimiti'. BIG MBIT WELL HANDLED K. W. Itublsn. aecretary-treasurer of the Amateur Athletic I'nlon and chair- man of the champlonshl ps committee. nrrlved yesterday from San Fraiixiaco and Wfva very much nnnoyeil it the criticisms way the managed, orltlclsma the Irish that had lieen made or. tin. I'anama-raclflc games were He sall he thought theae which have emanated from American Athletic Club, very unsportsmanlike. The Irish A. A. C. has charged that through wrong decisions It lost the point trophy, but according to Mr. Huhlen the decisions were abso .utely OOf f Out, In the 100 yard dah it was asserted that Meyer of the Irish American A. C, should have been placed flret oygf LOOMllg, Mr Rublen said last night The Judges for this eent were Everett lliown of Chicago, who waa to pick nut ; 8wanl Hlmnnii of . Ai.Blt, i 'h NH to pirk Hrxxiiul ; Malt Hulpln f th' New York A i. to pu-k th.rti nnd Qtftfgt .lHmfi f thr Mmplc Clttb( tO pksk fourth The trrk waa 10 feet wirle, .t .1 the JihIkm tv I two on h alne. UOOflllfl WU iiaerl Hnt. Mover avnd and Mora of the Salem rrent third. K. K. Babfa of the Hoton Ath-Ith- sjM'iaD;on waa chief Judjre. and h waff to pUk flrat. MOOWl Jtnil third iia A het-k on Hit other Judge. Mubh aaid hs thouRht .Meyer had raujrht lomta on the taire. and ahouxVI ) phtretl MrnL 1 jooniifi had Dd HKMM of the way. and Meyer tame very faat at the finish a.nd fttmoM i r r irei'u .m "The ot her Ittdftf Innlatril that they were liirht and would not ClWftfft thfir - Iff 0110. Mid Liter wtien the photo frraphs weti- aen they showed tht LfOOmll had wttn by about six Inohet "In the 6fi Kuttd weight le Ttilbotl of Kannim City, with a heave of II feet ;4 UlCBM) was pla fl rtrat by the JudKM ai;d Kyun of rhf Irish Americans, with 36 feet 7 Inrhen. waa tOCOfld. Kyan Inslated that Talbott hid htd seven throws, but the reirdri showed that Tal lott had aix antl Kyan had aevi n. Hyan Insisted that a foul that had boon called was not a foul. He made his 35 foot 7 Uii-hes on his latt throw. "All thee rrtl ictsnis are unsportsman like and very unfortunate. I oOMtdor that the Irish Americans had a pet feet ly fair deal, aa did all other organizations and athleta. The meetinH waa well managed and waa a btg sucrea and the Judges were eftliMent and thorough in their work." E. H. ENGLISH WINS FINAL. llefrats III. Ilrother. K. K. Bag llsh. In MaplmiHiil Tourney. MAPUIWOOO! N. II , Auk 21.- A large gallery followed the KnKllsh brothers of New Haven In the thirty-six hole Rnnl of the Maplewood tourniuuent to day B H Knirllsh w. n by defeating I F K English by i up and 3 to play, j The victor Is a long driver and he j startled some of the onlookers by reach- I lt!g several greens with an Iron wher the average player uses wood. The mediil mores were low, b"th men making a 7." In the morning round and K K. l-nglish repeating this afternoon. K. H. Kngllsh defeated his brother be c.iuse of luii superior putting Good ap proaching and putting gave him a 70 for the afternoon play, hie total for the thirty-six holes being 141 to F. K. Kng- ' lisb a UO K H.' Hailey of Brio Bum won the president's cup In the second sixteen by i defeating H. A. Waldrnn, Agawam. r. and 4. The director's cup went to I.. H. j Dorchester Of Hartford, who vanquished : L Scott of lireenrteld 3 and 2 W .S. I Buoknor of lei Houlie took the se.-re- j tnry's cup from J. S. Karrand, Jr . by i 7 and .'. The Casino cup became the property 01 Ward t'henev, Maplewood, in con- sequence of a victory iver M. 1. Kink j of HI. Andrews by 4 nnd I, In the weekly sweep-dukee tourney to-day T. i . ' Buoknor of Complagno was rtrat with fi net score of !, H. H. Htenrns of lira. Hum second with 70 and Itobcrt Ault of York third with 71. Miss Gertrude Woodruff of Joliet, III., and Miss Iaiurs K. Rice of Houston, Tex., won first and second respectively In the women's event with mis of H3 and 107. BARBER WINS VERMONT TITLE. Princeton l.olfrr Heals Morse l nit Marvin In I Iinil. Hknni NOTOMi Vt.. Aug. 21. W. A Harber, Jr., a member of the Princeton golf team, won tlie Vermont Htaie cham pionship on the Mount Anthony links t..-day. In Ihe final round ..f Ihlrly-BlX holes lio defealed liciirge K. Morse. Rut land, by If up and 7 to play Morse, who la lame, was pretty well tired out by the three days of constant competition and was not at Ills hest to-day. The summary : Ch snip kinship M vision, Kiuui Ruund W. A. ll-.il-er, Jr. KkviHiuik, beat lieoige Mnre, Hlitland. 0 and 7 S nd Sixteen li K Tlieniimon. Hr.ittie boro, lieat J li I-kiu-y. Hru II letsiro, 1 up i is holes I, Third Mstssi -U It Hutehlnani, It.irre. h.mi it ICeuogti Mount Anttiany, a und 3. He.it.-u 1-1 Ik h t of First Sixteen .1 K WaMh, Mane. I. cut A. I.. While. HkWSnOk. I n.l 4 He..'. -n Might of gaiioial Hlxleen r Clurk. Rkwanoki liea 11 ii Plat I. Hut land. 4 an I I. Beaten Blfhl f Thlni Kiiiaen W K Wilson, Hull. old, beat D .1. MiMIIIhii. Hart.-, a and 4. Ilaiuil.iip aoOree F T Clurk. Kkwunok :s .', 77. o m Clark. Bhwanok, , V. H. Huston, Mount Anthony, H7 'i, f; F H Jennings. Jr.. Mount Anthony, Hi 7H; F. Harris, Hraltlelmrii, Hli ill. fl John IVunlels, Hair.-. S'.l N. HI. Jain.'a i'..lg,ie. MiHjnt Aiithnny. :i7 -1.".. I; Kduard Clark I.i. 3- o. vi. N H. iv.,. Mount Anthony, if -l. S3. P. H. Jeiinlnga. Miniiit Aalhutiv, 1111, hi. FINAL REACHED AT DUNW00DIE Morris a)l si,,. i i H III Meet for I up la AiimubI Tourney. Vonkkks, Aiig 21 - The August tout tuimeni of the imntvxssiie Country I'lub was brought down to the Duals to day, In Class A these two finalist! me I A M Morris, who beat f. Calvlflt on , tlie nlnetei'iith green, and .1. t. lihgrp ahjo drew ,t bye In I'laas 11 W Blason beat " V Keogh by 1 up and i iy. ! sun atvaiui esvvafsaou io l ne otnor final lino k.-t by defealing V llnder by U p and I to play .1 P Ixranlng was the 1'lns.s A winner In the weekly red eurrt fmglatlllut, with s score of 71 . 71. and In i "laas II the leader aaa R, H. Dgitflg, whose currl was t II, TO. ANDERSON'S STUTZ HAS WINNING TURN Takes Kltfin Trophy in Faster Time Than Cooper's of lav Previous. FAST LAP FOR DI PALMA now Tens iimmiih llrl.er. tar. Time. Aver'ge. IihIi-i atuts i M 77. SA i atuti i m "i 7 ? I oil I n I W ill J 711 He Patina Mercedes l Mi HI 7.VH9 Olitneld llelage Failed to finish fin. I , J ( A mil IIIMK ARB 1 1 III Car. Ie in. 1 1 1. i. Sluie Letter lluesenberg llrtver. Laps, t suse. Rmk'll .ink shaft Hibkt .alee Bad rims t'r'i k'd tim ing gear Hurt Kohlllard Hemlersuli OlOagOi Aug. II, Three American automobiles outclassed the best cars of the foreign makers to-day in a smashing race which established a new high record for the Klgln racecourse. The Klgln national trophy and 12.000 In cash were won by tlllhert Anderson, who drove his American made Stuta I '. .. '.' '. . . u 101 miles. 4.4 III feel n,riHi' rfieeo 01 i i.t.i morn iri iiiiui This eclipsed the record mailc by bis teammate Marl Cooper, who won the C. A. C. trophy yesteru.iy over tlie same OOWM at 74 H miles per hour Cooper in another Sluts took tlie second pla to-day, which was held by Anderson yesterday, but smashed his own record of yesterday by making an average of Til jr. miles pgr hour. I'Mdie O'Donnell In a Pusenberg. also an American made car. took third money wi'h an average of 75.76 miles per hour. Ralph de 1'alma in his famous Merce des finished in fourth place, driving his tliial lap in a minutes 17 seconds, which is ai thl furious p.tce of 10, SY miles per hour. lie 1'alma won the trophy In II 12 and in 11114. his performance last year being un averuge speed of 73 .S miles p.-r hour An. lei son started his enutshif; of yesterday's lap records by circling the course in (I minutes 24 IPC Midi in the eleventh lap und again In the twelfth 1.1 1. He belt, red it by two Sc. olils by a spin In 6 minutes II seconds In the seventeenth, his fastest lap, and fol lowed it up by w luzzing past the grand stand at speeds only slightly less to Ihe finish of thu race. Tie Talma's consola tion lay In the fact that he wound up by doing the fastest once around. The delight of the spectators over the triumph for American drivers, American material and American work manship over the best motor products of Germany and Francs Mdftrld s Pe lage was far behind- was unbounded. In the enthusiasm the fans cheered Cooper, Anderson and O'lionnell over and over again and all but tore the grand stand to pieces w pounding the floor with chairs while the band played "Dixie" and "The Star Spangled Hau lier. ' Murine's Pe Pletrich. a French car. mashed a ciank shaft In the first lap and was hopelessly out of the racs The only other accident of moment dur ing the race occurred When Hill Chan dler's 1 uiesenlierg caught tire on the tiack and furnished a few seconds of XCltSDianI until the tire waa put out and the car was back In the race. l'ulrlck's Mercer was unable lo start on account of the uroKsn connecting lod which kept him out of the first day' race Scott and his Anderson si IgJ failed to show up Hraag and bis Slutz also Were absent The rain of the night before had left the heavily oiled road In a miserable condition In spots In the rutty sections the water hail collected in pools, which later was churned Into Jelly by the plunging cars SI they shut through these dangerous, slimy depressions In the road The chief danger spot was at McLean s corner, where Harney i ildrteM phot off the track In Friday's race and t umped Into a stretch of straw fortifica tions. NEW NAMES AMONG WINNERS. 1'wlnUle lllnl Sai'hem. Jr., I. end In Watch Hill acbl Ituce. Watch Hilt., It I. Aug 21 The names of several new sktpiers appear among the list of w inners In thl wei-kly yachting programme r the Wolcn Mill Yacht Club hsld in l.lttle N.irragunseM Hay this morning. There was nardly gny wind. Tho dory nue staxusl at lOlOl and w-as sailed over Ihe Inside i ourse Bgcham. Jr.. isllsd by Rogn Mricalf. one of the younger akiipeni. WM tlio winner In 2:30 line, tuttU-'l by Malt land lug woond -n 2 o 03 itMftd by K;ini Ft Itoti troat to Antiht tin time 10 "ith I'aro Uniiga, tlnlsh I'lie mirltie was the third tieing 1:40:117, I'll r.i for th' onvft In tho tautdu mp dlVlttlOll WU Vtftrtftd over the otilxtile murt' t. thlrrn mlnnte- pant ten. Th Twmkli'. tiwn(l by t'harlin 1' 'm tiell, winner of nil plrure tn the Hum amnd lelpftilwlUp ;i laht week, flntxhed rtvjt Her time wan tl$!tl. !:uptTnta, Willi. I by H"l-rt Itarrh-, wn i Btfioond unil Hlfft) 'f tr. tllel by ftiil Hpt Turrvbull, ihiiHh-1 tiiir-t. Tlu-ir timet were I ; l6 ami 2 ItfO i0. STRAIGHT SETS AT NEWPORT. Fast Tennle In t nil llonnil of Mlieil lloubles nl I anlnn. NgWPOBTi Aug HI With si-me nf the j Prst line players, both men and women participating 'lie second round of the inived doubles loupnantsiii at tht ngglno developed some fast tennis lo-dny. All matches except one were dooldsd III straighl sets, although extra gnmes were necessary in soine Tin- suin- ! niarles gieoad Hound Mill Blltnat H Hears 1 mil w M Jnbn-iin heat Mrs Arthur icon flurden and T. n Bill, - I i. Mrs. w Oosdby UneU und II C Johhion heat MUa I I'hrlstlue Ulslinp tad I' J Mrimii. 4- I. 'ins- it Mm. Howaril ! ruining and u m Waihhurt heal MIm Morrison snd i 'li.ir.es M Hull. Jr. r. il. I ?. Mrs. liar Iter Wel'ai h I ''ruts Hldlttfl heal Mr. and Mi- Honsrl i.e Ray, I s I Heml-flnil it iu I Bn Kowsrd u rush Ins ami W M Wuhburn beal Mrs. Wal lai h and Mr. BMdls, I. 4 Moth nnd Klepfer Ua to Imlluiis. i chioaoo, Aug ii Bdwnrd Klipfsr, right hand pitcher and lb. I. by Roth, OUtflslfl nnd utility man. an, two of the ; players who will go In t'levclaml In the deal which brought slugger Joe Jaekann IO tht White Sox The an rtounrsmtnl was mad.' this afternoon by Secretary Hurry (Jrkblltep, who Raid: "More will go later to 'h vcluhd " Fellow ll. nl- van Irelt In Final. Xkw I.oniion, Conn . Ann I!. L0i Tetluw, a llhode Island golfer, win, ihe Hiiennecoss, tt Country I lub s tourna ment in-day by defealing C K. l'HI) vieck. Raaig County, by up ami 7 i idav. In the second listen V. T Mi yum. in. I'm Valley, won from Trad erlck Terry of New York by 10 up ,inJ I lo play, and in Ihe third sixteen W f Uyong, dptsnwleli, teat lii r ttlltg, Htwunoy, 1 up. George Sisler W - Ww w tar J mM TagiTTil ' ' 1 Xersnille marvel of the llrnnna, who nrsl dlrertly front I'nltrralty of Mlchla-an Into Ih Ipaane fa become a star pitcher, Href haae - man and outfielder all In one. at.! laMlg fans hall him aa the llh est all aronnd hall player In his tory. WOMAN GOLFER GETS UP TO SEMI-FINAL Mrs Mvrn D. Patenon Then Drof is Out iinil Lonves Fiiml to tli Men. Ktvgo. Me. An- ?! Mrs Myr.i P Pat arson, former president of the go- men's Metropolitan Oolf A SStlllll I loll d I tlnjrnsned nereoit in HM .nnwinii rto i J-lf (Mub'e tourn.urvent Which ended to- day by getting ne far as the semi-final round In the second, sixteen and beating a number of male golfers on the way 1 By reach. ng the semi-final she w.-m a 1 cuii for the woman golfer who remained , Ir. the competition lonirest and having ....so p: s-oi that much defaulted. Kef withdrawal made the final g pater v ' fillus matotl as Paul Kf u.'htw.iugi r and Henry Keuchtwnnuiei , his am. were left lo pUiy for the cup. The father won In a thirty -S(g he matoh. AitNnik-h Mr Patarson'1 altowlug was the main subject of Interest In thl tour-1 ney there were some excelletn matohsg In the flret sixteen The w inner w .is Dl h. m. smith of Philadelphia, who boat J. E it. Carpenter of New fork In match which went to the home green. About sixty gxdfers plgysd in th. qual. Ifylng round. In whloa .1 U Martin ! 1 the field with a sis.ro of It- It, 7.1 M nj I'ateraot 's uuallfymu score was !;! - WHITAKZR CHISS FAVORITE. wiih p.iitht ItMlghl VIetorlr-a lie l.rada Western I'lnyera. BkOgLtlOgj lOnn.. Aug Jl In the ninth round of the ctuvnplotvahtp loin t.a ment of the Western Chass AaSOC n Normnn t. M'hJtaker of Was! beat Jncksun W Stiowal'er xif ibing, . town, Ky , former t'tntr.l gtatei chani. 1'ion. Whltakcr, with only two mors gamna to pity, agams: KaJMbotini of Chi c.Lgo and Wldnicycr of IColla. X f l a strong fgvoiitl Tie fortnei i nlve alt) of I'ennay ivanla Champion made the re markable raoord f elglit ttralghl Kins, eihowaltor. with to 1. Is Mill second, eloaaly followtd by Hahlbohm ami Moor man 'Die sunimarlea i Btghth Bound W'hiisk.r I; Brtekinn " thiieaiier. l; Flntisn. o. Bsrkuloo I: Prj 0 HaiillKilini HnkeniM'a and Widmeyef I II on isijourneit. Moorman a ia.- Ninth Round Fry 1: Klhntt. ; Hahlhohm, 1: Pllttin, a: Whitaker. I; Ihowsller Ifoornisn. Rrlekion. ts: Bokenien. i Wlilmeyer 0. Btrkuloo a bye Tlie alandiiis aftsl nine rounds lit Player Whitaker Sboealler llahlliolim Moorman Km ksoti . Harkuloo w I PI. Una Klnoll Hnkenien wldmeyer i Pry W I. a S4 Flatten LE0CHARES FETCHES $5,000. kanforil Cays Top Price In sehorr Mule at Hiiriitomi. HaiiaTous. Aug. '.'I - John Ban ford paid tin top price al Die s tit of the John W. Schorr horses in the paddock before tht races to-diy, glvtnt l&.UOfl tor the sprinter Lrochne As ti - - in of llrooinst n k Is u gel-ling the prlrs gHI taken as an Indication tiiat .Mr s in fold has consider. ible confidence In tti future of racing. Tht others sold fell, the seven Schorr hotaea bringing 911.300, tin average of ltlp,T0, The siles: lVaVld. eh. 4. by P.ep ,,' 1 1.1 V Avon 1 1 , J J 1-1. 1 ' 'rump, i ll e Bvsiln. j .i Mi . ..ll.' . 3 bs tt I, Ml li.nwi 1 2U j 1.100 . 1.000 100 I I IB o' l,iv M. I '..n ' la-.oherss, b lo Broom I. k Lsa.ro narti .inlni s.iNo.i liold I 'rest Hio , tir g , 3. hv Plaudit Peter I T.I I t'ollv I'rlin. J il Keens Kill" llr.lllig. eh. I. I, hy Qutncs i t... ,i" o. i ..- j ii lallt . John W. Klein, ch e . '-'. lo Bhooi Plantaaa, B it Rradb laidv Vandergrlft. eh I . In Star Star .sii.M.t -i.inoiti. j ii Bssn PROPBRTY i'F Mil MW MAN Otitysturgi ii. . '.. lo ii unions Yankee lilr!. fir ll W M. L'Uli) Ml,- 111)11 llefenl. Mel- Mollier. Watch HlUb, B. I . Aug in the clock golf tournuyi Oi-etitl Mouse cunt limes In despite the championships cluli In the men h cutltei lil Inter III Id lit tile hold Its nun at tlie golf I I here Were finirieen contestants iiosepn W ayne wu -the best puttr of the day and won a tup given by .i Prank ''hamplln with n card of 71 Mggr Montr of Hi lamls finished scion. 1 with 711 ml, und Uouis v I'aiieil of Pltlabura won third place with 7H In Ihe ladles' di Villon M a Dorothy Ally of Hartford wai iht win per in 77. lust two points ahead of bar mol her, Mrs Hubert Allyti, who urn, second prise. 1IRKRY SAVES MY FOR NORTHERN GOLF, Betti Nelson Whitney of New Orleam in Final on Xn (ionnl Links. AHEAD PROM THE 8TABT S .1TII AMPTON, Ll I.i Allg. 51 The value of g givsl stnrt was wgH lllus trni.l to-day In the match between Os wald Klrkbv of Knglrwood nnd Nelann Whitney of Now in loans In the final of the loumafnanl over the National !olf Idnloj of AjiMPlcg, Klrkby won by 4 tip and II t. j.iav nnd it waa largely bc OaUSf In- 1.. k.iii w ith a rush. The former MstPOpolltan ohamplOTI ran down a ten foot putt for a II on the first hole, and that alone sgg enough to worry Whit ney, who has la-en iiuttchi-d aalnsl M: . pi ioh all through the tournament, Itnrrmg a missed putt on the Alp hols Klfkb) Hsvgf nc.sleil more than pa; ligurca until the seventh He was 3 up ut the fourth nnd tlm next two were heUvad Whitney laid his toe shot at the Igth 1! bin three fe t of tlve pin ami mtaggd the putt for a 2, so tliat Kirkliy from aeVen faal was ibis to get a lialf. up the seventh, a Idle which Kirkliy has played badly i early every time 'lut ing th" tournament, he dublasl his ggp Ond iitul third hots, badly overplaying rhe foiirih. and wound up with a 7 for the hole it wiis tlve ilnst that Whlinev won. but tlio Southerner playel the eialin pooriyi nooamg ins unn"i" 'i 1 o.- 111. 1 o The letl, BJM lost HS ooie. r iiaf ;,, ,, indiffsrsnt ot Ihe ninth left Klrkh) up at the turn. An ncllnntton to pun tus tee snois troubled Kirkliy at timos This wns particularly true In the morning, and on the tie, tii in tlio nfteriKsin the tendency developed again atul he took for the tvde by gstUtVg into the rough and fail 1 1 g to got out on liia around Klrkby sag lucky 10 get a 4 at the MM hole. w . tee shot got Into the bay. but Whltnay Ml lally bunkirSd und over .. ivarl In rattina out. so thai Klrkby 'w,n the hole. When II looked as though I ha should hatm lost it. Klrkby osauivs dorm e nt the t'ai hole. bgCMPg Whit ti. overplayed the greui after topping h a dl ve into Bullhagd Bay. A half In five at Ihe next gave Klrkby the match. Th.. ennlr . Oswald Klrkby. aglaatoadi Out MSliHl 4 41 41 Nf In 1 h.' n. ', Aunuie.ii 4t(llll dut ...... Klrkb) : In Whitney In Hie hoi inn .... 44 5 r. s . - not playad I t., the final bv de- Klrkby ! feat ing Hills, I.' 11 rein, .e ot Milium isn ',. ,.,.i i t.. slay, while WMt m., dis; 1 "f I'.ardlner w . nuo rnutfhlng by S up and : to play. There Waa a Its 'In the eighteen hole medal Int..!,. -ap COirs .dent with the List routios hrtwesn I. W Callan of the home cl il. wi'h M T. It, ami '1 H Fllnn, Allegheny, with ;i7l. 19. The sum mitry : . m n.i.n.l n.K 1 . . . till -III... . o - . . - 11 Prin IIS, u-i.u'.v Km runli'l. i'mi alio i k Hills ,,n I J Nelson Whitney, V. m i it'. .an-, nest li.ir.lln-r o noe. "'."lloundi Klrkby beat Whitney. 4 '"p.. Vn Bleht, rirt suteen. teml.taal l Ss.h. lUltusri.i. best y j, .'r i . K J'.iiin'y . Uasi by Nassau, t. It .tef i ci rniup i " ii ii Cooke, xhlnn b nil!, s snd f. Km il Hound- H-ii.n.1 alsless M m. re. Morrli i" Usrrlmae V.illej ,r-. r beat Nash. - ""I I. Send-enul K.oind Paul untf, heal ft Dolf, S and 1 : Kben M .,. si Tin .my 111- hard- liver- . legheny . Fir. .1 I! I liters beat Manre. 3 and I. i i,i Heennd Sixteen, Senil- ll-.il. i flnal R I Br "k . nttntten. I il .:.. , Link'. I Pinal ,. f , el'1we.lel, CaaOS ,1 i !. iru II Whaplsa Far l 1 .UMll.MOll. ec beat IP loi I Brooks. Natloaal up Hound jahnssn iet toldwedsl, ri'ii'i'i siiteen tsml-llaal Bound Will' lam w in Baltuii bsl C M Baiter. Vitlonil "I Wjiini' H an lerpoiil. atunii Count) beat .1 F Myers Alle gheny. I and 3. . pis : it mil Wation i"st Vaadirpotl. l no ill holes. j , Bssten Klghl Third Hxteen Semi-final Hound Ihepard K H" Porelt, National. , t.e.i 11 K stern. Malriltone, J and I A I Thomi 'i National, heat Jama A siiii- : nun: National 2 and I. I Final Round Pe Forest beat Thnnisnn. 1 Invurtb Pltttn. Riml mini Rniind -Mll- rolin M Burtil) Wathvas. beat Fulton Cat litis Ir, Basil tSiunty, l bp; a iv Chlldt, I kntb vood, b. -it I Imliy Blair, National. I S and I- ..... . Final Round Methtrnsy heal nillda, l up , in boh ' . 11. , .i.i. Right, Fourth glstsen, Heinl-flnil Hound .' il romitnek. It ilespf Hl ' nH bi i' w w Whi-e Rnstiwoed, l up i e-i I. Il Van Ing. n. Natl. ui.il, heat I it ii. Grahim Matlonil 4 and n t I,..' R mnd rom st-ek beat Van Ingen. .A ..n.l - i -ti -iv'.-n Si-mi final Round Waring ' ie, '.mi. . Vnuntikih. besl l! A t.yneh. I . Rnekaw ii' Hunt, 7 and I: Clsrsno J Mar- i nn it ,- i, en ,i r. .-. cor. siaiioaai ' I.i. k- -in i I pit Bound Martin bell tyCnnnill. t up ! tie il-ti Piltlll Fifth tlltlen. g"ini -flnal Hnund ' I Wat-on. National b. at T Q, Pngil Apiwimll I and 4 F s Danforihi I Knrfntk. ' ll I'anlel Chsuncey, National I 4nks. i and Final H" in 1 Wition bial lianfnrth. 1 I up i la h"h -i ! fbi siairel tn the bindloapj I. W Pal lau KStbinl 1 7. .:i 'I H F.tnn, Alle- 1 eheni '." I. 11 F II flnhlen. Pine Val- I .i. ... Prederlek II. Kerr. ald ;,, 111! I?. He. Ie V.m KlUflai Kll- iv' I HI t 14, ii maun i ra;. ner, rag .1 :i l.r a ? Morraaj Hal , II . V. Van vi.-ek Jr . 1 I .. IT; Or li Webb llren 11 Htusrot, II . 17. I.se W Max- II,. ll I en mi n ii'.ii.s -. ii. ii v i,iii,i a igheny, l II II, Mi J Miieheii i Thursen Hlespi Hollow, lit 11, ft, DR. LUCKETT 0UTSH00TS ALL. ; Hr.al.- nr. qui of in iBtcratBls itii nine Borka 1 1 it it 1 1 i't . iMiTTVibbg, ie i . aim -i li W ii l.uckett of Ihe New York Athletic Club, practically a novice trap Hhootei. won first place in an Inttrttgta Bgndk up shisit at inn iiitds bars to-day with a soort o' li". breaks from u Immlvap of i I, trying him D 1)7 total 11 Winalow. a profsatlonavl, plan anuttoptid OS taivtets, shooting from trrgtchi und was the only opt to attuat laUckttt'i performance, Othsr taadlng toorati wort li K.iiy, io 0 it; I1 K Morrill, . '.; .1 S Sin ii. ml I '.'I, 14 Nei.1, It, i .'ii f a Bakir, 7. I ill j i 1 Uranilenbers av. 4 tl; -i R. II ndersin iirratchl, li. tleorgi Pinmll, ii -, s -. o, 1 ' ill Uulllfeldt, m. I no ) I, nil I- tiler worUcil un l.lnUs. v c nr.iv, after being forcod lo play 1 rlghtei hand It ago. r Ihlrt) ecu Ir ibnt's terdai n extra holes In un tlghiotn-houi I ip match plgy coin pal it iog a week , "in. I it tieci ssai j lo go lo Ihe I scolltl lode yesterday in an ciglu- ic match for the men's ursal up hi Hie Ualba (field club y sa in il, leal r S C -Mi I d lil - UP and lu M. l.c M ii Hi up und I 111 tie to pig) The winner 1 out , .led nl one stroke in tlghtatn hulas liaon i-eat Thorn al Mnrrgg 1 lo play Hi nl round for the Women's presiittnl a cup M 1 1 Isol go K. Mis 1-1 II Morrow I VfUihiW beal up I R- Norris Williams 2d ''nn l'hllnilelihlnn who provrit that his victory In the nn llonnl tennis championship last car naa no Huki- hy ailmlnlster Ina another healing lo Mnurlcr M. Mf-I.ouarhlln yesterday. CURREN LEADS ALL" JUNIOR SWIMMERS Never lleaded In Metropolitan Championship Raee nt Jamaica Bay. .1. LEE, JR.. IS SECOND Showing the way at all stages John J Cnrren of th New York Athletic club had an easy time In winning the Junior 440 yard Metropolitan Associa tion championship swim, held at the Jamal' . Bay facht Club, Holland sta tion, liockaway Beach, yesterday. A piargln of 1.1 yards topgrattd Curran from James C, Utt, Jr. of Columbia I'litversity, who was sci-ntul, ilarry 1J. Pchmeelk. Unattached, wai. more sin -rsasful than A. J. I'alens.-ar of ihe Hungarian Amsrloan Athlttlc Club, in avoiding n platform near the finish, and lie got third place by 7 yards. Pg lenscar was fourth ami Jack a. Weis- smg. unattached, fifth. PrtOCOtl I 'aimer, the New York Athletic Club Iwinttntf, found the dtttnnco loo far and unit The lime was I 1 I-t, the pace being slow fmm Utt start. For the flr-t lap of the 7.". yard count the six competitors swam abreast. but on the iirst turn Curren gained the Jump on his rivals. At tlie ISO ygrd point Curran had a one yard lead, with otunttlk Mi.. mi. last third ami the others closely bunched Schmeelk pushed Curren bard up to the 100 yard mark, where tin latter had a lead of three yuriln Bui S. hinei lk here began to show signs of weakening. Jusl before taking thl tinal turn for the finish I... pa-scil BOhtnsslk, while tlie latter was also m danger of being aught by Pnlanaoar. urrsn easily m- crsnasd his advantage on the last lap. as his rivals followed In hit wash, and be finished the strong, st of all. ptUsnacgr and BohVtVSSlk raced through HO yards if the last lap together, but five yard! from the tlnish the tide car ried Palsntoar dlrtctly in front .f i protruding platform and be wa.- forced to Stop. U it iitudi Ooodwln, tin- voteran wmged pSooi twlmnttri fresh from i,;s Victories on the coast, gave an exhibi tion swim of M yard- Hud ihowed that he had Inst nont of hli speed, in spile of his many recent distance ef forts, and oompisted the couras In 1 44 The 7'. yard handicap f .i n ghed a close finish, wiih Sum -.- I the West Slide V'.ung Ml 'l I Assocl.it loii. villi 111 s mis. h Hll. Ill of i 'hr'st lau ailing the Held by 1 7S Tsrd j Lothian :o feel The summaries Swim IHandlripl Won by S Weai Sin.. Vount Man's I'bii- tian Anoi 1 1 1 1 'urtln, Ji . im Henry Km h I'hrUtlsn - n 1 1 it i-' I i in- "1 ta h. 1 We.' . I ill. ui - innl seeen-l i Yoiiig Men'- iit'hli Iblfd 'Han Aiseela Won bv John .1 '. I.e.. j! . K s. hiio . ik llenicar, Han i' li .la. k 4 Time, ilijj -. ii Won bi T SI ! Tim., till l-l 4in ii. i snn ' Metro) Inn Jam o 'ha "!.'" nshlp ' j Curran Sea York V C unalia. be i. ascend 1 1 II ri un.itt.1. h- third -1 I gamin-An.- ll. n V c t-Wel'-'ng unattached hflh ia v.ir.l .-a km . Handli i A II . I ll . ill' 11 a. I.. .1 I "v "lid- I 1 C .1 lllvi.n Well si. I. Mi A iJ.i a Im. second; llenn Rnerhl, Weil side Youni Men'- rhrlitlan 4ioclatlop lla ae idl), third. Time, Harli'iiuln Ho e -Won by A I Palm irar, 11 11 1 aartau - Amen. .111 A. i'i J J I'urnn, Kew York A ''. Mrond; H J laithlan Weal Hide Tauni Men'- t'hrl 1 1 1 II -I -am la' inn. I hlfd. BARRETT BACK TO CORNELL. Cruel. It ml rli'rluicl. Hapcctcil lo Itelliove 4 oilil 1 1 1ons, lino. Aug III Charles Barrett, Cornell's great Quarterback, and choice for tlie position on the All Amen, an team last fall, who was placed on proba tion be 'iiuse be failed to pas all id' hi exiittilnai Ions, will return here tn st. p tvmber. If be recmoves his . undlttnn I.e Will be able lo plgy oil tile team till. fall It is felt sure iii athlttlc circlet thai Hai nil will in- aide to regain v I Minuting if was the mainstay in ill bin l.tleld last fall U hlein-r and Lewis Tic for l'rle. Nl llocllKIIK. Allg '.'I -A lie n lulti d tn the gtghtttn holt htli ilcup plgyed to-day at the Vkauyl Ciunirv Club bet ween 1 1 K Wlileiiei . H 1 7v 11 ah I ii 1-" Lewlt, im 14, Tl The llnals were plgytd in the second and thud six rtn of the club lutirnaineni. which has i.efi in progress for seveial Wstkl W I'. Bttvenaon beal v I Ttyloi up for iht second sixteen cup ami i n Luhman iief. ited H w Bnellger by i up and i in play In the thud sixteen final. ' M'LOUGHLIN NO LONGER COMET; OVERWHELMED Williami Repeat! Victory of Last Year, r 7. . t. IMMENSE CROWD SKKS CHAMPION AT HIS BEST NBWPOBTi Aug. II. Richard Norrla Williams Id of I'hll.ulelplila, the na tional champion, defeated Maurice A atoIaOUgtlllfl of San FTancltOa in the final round of the invitation singles at Hie Casino here this morning three iota to one st I 7. t 4. 3, 63 before one of tiie Inrgest crowds that ever ssw a tennis match at the plctureau.ua grounds. The M laiuglilln that Williams beat to-day was merely M. K Mc Iouglilin. not the sparkling. '.. ular comet that lid the AtntrlCtn team to victory In the quest of the Havls cup two years ago und last year tmunotd the great Normnn K. lliookrs and his team mato. the lato Anthony F Wilding. liven if McLoughlin was not hlmialf, 1' was a great day for Williams. Fior him It squared up aces with tho Wast, tlie eistwhlle comet making bis third straight California Victim. Hesldes It put to rout ttiose who scoffed at hta victory here lust year In the final round Of tlie itatlnnal championship, and It brought MctaOUghlln OUl of the wondor . lass and nearer to that of the regular Until! players. M l.oughlln is to be commended for his bulldog tenacity and jarful fortitude In sticking to the I .' nt game, which he la endeavoring to learn, even in the fa. e of defeat, and li" in v. r wavered right up lo thl end. PJol Past lag Himself. Tin pi'. iter portion of the big crowd was somewhat disappointed In the snow ing made b) the California!!. The gen ro il conversation this morning had It Unit Itclioughi 11 had 1 n saving him self und that be bad Something up his s i eve which would prove tin' undoing of Williams. He had inching up his sleeve but his arm. however, and that wa- not the arm of old. lor hli drives lackad ihelr sting und tlie vary besl way of Judging hli service ii by remembering that Will iams ettanl well inside the baseline to return it Me did manage to Blip ovsr ome of the old tlmo acei. but only a dozen of tham, while his oppOtttnt made thirteen It was predict ad yesterday tnat M. Isuighliti '. i l not possibly win unlet he colli. 1 return to the old mstior game that made him famous, in patents hs trleal to play tht oi l game, but he wasn't thoie. Then, loo, Williams Wat a whirl wind. The Phlladelphltn evidently got all his 1m l tennis out of him when he met C, M. null. Ji . tar!) 11 the we.k. for ids gams ever since hue been iiepter than he aver ihowed before, and to-day Wtg no exception He was deadly 1 Ills SCOW 1 'ii IB tht v.. l:ess and outplayad life Lough Hi. II to 11 II - a a-tlng for the llnet was never 1.. iter and ho frequently fooled McLoughlin bv skin n! nit them clow 1'. II - pi 1 'Clients wtl all the more remarknblt In that, iluougti 0U4 the mat in, 1 t seldom hll a boll more thai a couple of incite, above tht net bund Ti.ie Wgl In marked con trast io the drives of tlie i 'allfoi nlan. Which rose to lufftcltnl lu .gin to allow WVianis to volley them. Victor Mrodler Than littli WHUtmg wt tteadlor than uiual, too. In gplte of tin fa. i that hi wai in ing o see how close to the net he could nine WlthOUl luti ng It. he made only : nets, whllt McLoughlin, who waa dr.vln-- high, made IS The national champion made mot) of hi error by ovcrhltting the ball and not getting enough top on II He drove the ball nut of hound- forty-ou times, as again I thirty-six for Hi Igmghlin. The Phllgs dalnhlan tvldentlj had btllovtd from watching that M lenigiii n' asrakttjt niot waa in- luvckhand, and he drovt the bill to th. lit. n. 'table plaot about IlinO time out of t. fi i;tli good results not h mu 'h so iiei'iiiise M.i. s ii.o kli.ind wu weak, it w is strong tnuugh, hut oh. my, liow wild ! L'p to a ilioti t.me before the pimert tppearcd on th" cnurta it wa doubtful if the match would 1"' pluytdi Tht weather man bad predicted rain and lot of it. anal ii looked aa if he was going In cross th. to. a- tins time b) having the rain arrive. TI rowdt as usu1 outguessed th wi ither man and they began to stream Into the CnftillO g'otjnd an hour bot.it. the scheduled lime Of play, or tv.ii hour befort Ihe ma ten tiuglly bttan. Thai camt from far Slid near in a l suits of veil, dee and nil foot. Borne real lennl tnthuslagt who had no tickets ptri'hsd " ii on a fence the I'migati's Ittuff of tin- Casino linn yards from tin let ho of action, but they stuck i.. their pfecarloui ryrlt from l"itg l fort tht in -i applau grtetad tht ap proach. tig player ui.nl th i'omel eient himaatf on a diivu to tin- nel fur the l.uat m; nt of the i oiitest 4 roil ii HtrilHg lor It was a perverse ero UclaOUghl n li ll :l M " i luler llnii. I.I, tl When ( ' ed as if all fa I W '. ii Ihe I'hiladel il'f ' in an to make a - ".nt up for tht VOftd Williams, an phlan fotcci the c bad stroke soft gt. 111 hairt '1 "I.e b I.OUghl'li lleVCI' seemed BlOrt po pul if in v. lory than he did to day in defeat. II.- kail lighting, and many ftli u lnni of regie, for there egg i vag ie soil ,.f feel. ng tli.u per haps tin- grc.il I'omel is reall) burnt out gild kit I.e.: ni. ii, g ot the end is lit baud. . Whether M latiughl ti is slipping - and eVel'V olle lia'es to get an iflol 1. ill or I ' merely not strong enough yd at the new game in- - Irylnt ni" in a mallti1 of doubt Ulllll ii s pi riot in. in.- s in the South nmptoii and mil in' .i l i'hnniHonah'p lour p. cents .ne written in toe pus! Itlltt. The mo ciMiiiiutunl am into tht li i i al' tot;.'.' I nul ' i 1 Mowing lennl COIttti It till JUKI gj 1'iev got ii the areng the sun i ii ilroiit making t! , iimU ItMMv alal ' ii avuf I autiuntr furs Tlio un i diil mg io much tlm in .i . i s 4. '.in prouttdtd to in x it up, Tiie Cglifoniiaii won the toes, gnd ell. ted 1 ' I. cm Willi th,. sun 111 his cvii. su that thi I'hllailelulllan WOUld bale Iht i a' 'I tip l"i 111 uexl I. i g limes M lOUghl ll ll i-. Iiavi In. nl li for be sialic. I HU hi s- . i 'he lead 1 lu the oa dig tall'1 I' I" 'ii! ic. won It gflcr It Wl ; .lei . He m idi' H I wo lu! i I" " - i . Hp second MBit im Ills imp un id uvfuii f m m is. i.m 1.1 r. . 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