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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915.
Max Marston Has Narrow Escape From Golf Elimination- Tennis Iriumvirate intact at Forest Hills GARDNER ONLY WESTERNER IN GOLFTOURNEY Btandinh, Sherman, Lee and Whitney Fall by Wayside. IAHSTON ADVANCES BY FINK RECOVERY DlTtorT, Kent. 1 Hubert A. (lardner il.i. 1 -l Mai It- Marston In one match I.J Johg it Anderson against HI n II Bhtril RR IM llM other In the programme fo- the semi. final fund of the twenty first amateur championship of the I'r.lted States (lulf Association, which Will be played to-morruw on the links of the country Club of Hetrolt The four metrites to-day were In the gsture 'f an anti-illmax to lh- un lonked for upsets of yesterday, and fvcn Um fT'ilf played wua not up to tha r let In the earlier rounda. Hub ert tlatdncr probably did the beat work of any of the eight golfers who took pari In to-day's proceeding. Hla play, combined with a collapse of Ned Saw yer'a hitherto excellent came, gave the f irmer champion an easy 7 and 6 vic tory over the conqueror of Chick Evans. Max Mareton, aftar ha eeamed Isidly beaten by Howard Lee, pulled the match out of the fire and won on the thirty eighth hole. John O. Anderson plugged along with aplendld steadiness and (owned Nelson Whitney by S up and 2 to play, and Kherrlll Sherman fllbd I o trolt's p of wo to the brim by finlsh iRg the thirty-alx hnlea 1 up on Jimmy Standisri, the Oulmet killer of the twenty-four houra ago. Detroit Out of Tourney. The elimination of l.ee nnd Blandish puts the home club out of the toiirn.y. except In the role of hoat, whirh it filial o well, and the championship division as now constituted consists if one Westerner, (iardner, who Uvea in Chi cago, and three elastomers, Marston of New Jersey. Anderson of New York city and Sherman of I t lea The flrat match to start and the first match to finish to-day waa thnt Be tween (lardner and Sawyi-r. the Chlca goans. In view of Kawyer's remaik sble golf In the earlier rounds he waa R good deal of a favorite even though Oardnw had been Improving Steadily from day to day. And even those who prophesied that ihe f,,rmer title holder Would win hacl no Idea that he would take Sawyer Into camp an easily as he lid, (iardiior never had to Work hard. He Just played good golf with here and there a brilliant hole and let Sawyer beat himself. That feat the Wheat, in golfer accomplished by weakness, wnen called upon to make short approacJies. His chip shots nearly all went wrong In one way or another. (Jolng out this morning Clnnlnor played his i st K,,if ajid reached tha turn In 35. a stroke under par Ills best stroke was at the short fifth whero his tee shot Mopped SMS than eighteen inches from the cup Tha remainder at the way it waa good, eteady golf, with dependable work on the groans. Sswrer'i Play Itaaaeil. (lawyer In the meantime was getting few nhots to Ma liking once he waa away from the tee. Ills driving was as food as could be desired, but In every other department of the game he was ragged. Ha kept getting Into difficul ties, the worat shot being from the sev enth tee. where he hooked Into the big dltoh. He went out In 40 and 3 down St the turn. Coming In (lardner won the tenth, and Rt the eleventh, whore he took a 7, he Seemed at first to have a fine chance to win The next was halved In par 4. hut on the thirteenth (lardner put bis aj'proaoh dead to the pin and waa 4 up Rgaln. The last five holes were halved, having (iardnur 4 up with the match half over. In the afternoon Sawyer halved the first two holee and won the third. "Now he will begin to fight." said many in the big gallery, but they could not have made a Idgger mistake. Instead of Im proving Sawyer blew up completely and Rvery one of the next five holes went to Gardner. At the ninth Sawyer succeeded In Rtemmlng the tide of disaster tem porarily by halving the hole, hut he was I down with only nine holes left to plav. A fin- 3 by Sawyer on the tenth, where Gardner topped his second into a hunker, prolonged the match a little, but the Text two were halved an1 it una all ver Wins Only Three Holes. Oardner roally played championship tni .HI day and wouM have liecn a hard Rum for any one to bout, but Haw ver Ptver lilt up a fight The Whcaton man Won only three holes during the day, Bte eli y.-nth In the morning and the T'-r'i and tentli In the afternoon Cards The MORNIxa ROUND, out.., .4444151 5 4 33 "Ut 4 4 5 4 4 5 5 5 440 ' 474344 5 5 4- 40 ":'. In 1 1 4 4 4 4 5 1 440 A FT Kit NOON Hol'NO S" '" OUI , .1 4 5 4 3 4 I 5 .,,' "'it 144 3. 4546 t'' 1'"'r m I 5 4 SB In . . . i f. . 417 441 Rys halss sol pl.yed. ' 1 .1 1 .SI (lit - I .e loiiti-l, (to, lit, nn r.twl dew t M.cr ir tliere ev.r inn, uool. a t'. HS ii tha hlatAMtf ... ..lf Mmi . v forai all ad nshi to ha .. i .... RO , t hint back to level t, irssa. and P. ill u (if ,1 tll.lt of th- u wrc( King sn uggle went on un- i I ' ilia hole. An indication Wai the mut' b want is the fuel afternoon round Just three: i ghtoen holes were halved And 1 " of Hi, golf was none too good Htiiness 4,11 VRRtsheai Ihe match was in Ita earlier ' In aine more thun exciting red tin- etui lute iii the after- Hy . irons methods, though prln by im.k.ng fewer muitakes than las had gained a lead of 4 Ii ',,!y hix boles loft lo play, never look.,! Ida. i for llm ii y ch unploa than in. i .id then, i n in d oui despair w as ' lifter all. W inning Ihe thlr le .Marston only 3 down, and ' wonderment of every nni r p lai f ill bf ill caddie t W0 mot S 1 lioweil on as many holes cfeat was turned into a l i inaie wno neipea to keep 1)1 tight let words of sn-1 I, fore each shot was ll, c on of the I lined Stales. , ivsrs, vvifn a n;ig nr tut 'I. I plated It I . foRtl ' 1 li ill s I I . ' I Wltl ' it. i f th.. g.dfvr wl ii 1 v id him of his great hold both national III Inn In ear. 1 ton only 1 down the alx- DISTANCES AND PAR OF DETROIT COURSE, SCENE OF NATIONAL TITLE GOLF Ol'T. Ills. 4U 441 4hh II I 1114 4!4 114 Kir, 401 IX. rr. Unto. Par. 4 Ml :m7 t I I 11 HI n 11 4III 4 i4 IH 4 1.1 SIM 4 iii IH n 6 17 41.3 4 is im a a I Totals ,tM Hi H I- I I 1 4 R I 7 II Totals ii.iua Total length, R.o.il yard. Total liar, 111 enth hole began and It turned out to, be one, of the most remarkable holes ! ever aeon In a big match. Moth drives were good. Maeston'iRYbelng the longer, ana nit.r be had played a fine brassy shot straight down the course Marston sliced his ahot over .1 fence. A long discussion followed on the question of whether or nut the ball was out of bound, but after eonaultatlon with vaii PUR members of the ritlt Howard w. rorrin, the member of the I', rl. I. A. executive column,.,, who had charge of the match announced that there was no bounds on thai hole and Instructed Mar ston to play ball, Waiting until La, who was away, had put 1,1s third on Ihe green, Marston clambered over Ihe in, fpoi wire fence and took up his stand as h. st he cold, for the boll was not more than two feet from the wires Travels handed over a niblick with a Isst word of advice and left Marston to do or die. As Jerry described it later: "I didn't think he had a chance In the world to get it out. hut I told him he could put it right on th he green. ii. .n ( l.tir. in. fence. All ( ramped against the fence. Mars ton drew back his club and bringing It down sharply shot tho ball almost straight up In the air. It ver touched the wires as it rose, and although It did not uultc reach Ihe erecii. It fell in tha middle of ihe falrmv Murstnn then chipped up .lose to the plti and It 1 was 1 s turn to mitt. Ili oimon.nt 'a I astounding recovery seemingly had I shaken Lee's nerves, for the Detroit golfer overran the cup with his long putt 1 and then missed the shorter one com- I lug back. That was Marston's chance. ' ao he holed his putt, winning the hole to B and squaring the match. "rom that point on both Marston and l.ee were painfully nervous On the MVenteenth Lee drove behind a mound ami after a couple of more had shots lefi Marston with a putt about a foot ! long f,.r a Win. Thereupon the Jersey champion missed It and the hole waa halved. The home hole again gave .Marston an opportunity to win. for l.ee I was bunkered and could do no better , than a 4 Three putta cost Marston his chance, however, and the crowd flocked over the first lee to see the extra hole. I.ee reached the green with two Hue sloitn. l.ot after Marston, who was short, had overrun the hole on hla third, the Detroit golfer putted and overran i about a y ard. Matl-ll Seemed All Hot When Marston missed his long try for a 4 it seemed all over, but Iee couldn't sink his short one. and the hole was halved, t ui the I nd extra hole Marston iraa home with his second and lrfe was only a yard or two short. Three studs from that point while Mars ton got down in two settled the match. Jerry Travers surrendered the bag of clubs to a boy and heaved a profound sigh of relief. "1 would have died of heart failure If It bad kept on longer," he ga-ped. The cards: MORN 174(1 ROUKD, much i I i Marston, out.. . .. i t r, . .', a & !r. vat .'. S i I ! S 1 I Marston, In 4 1 4 t 4 I S b Use, In 3 i I 4 4 0 4 5 II 6 4 4 4. -3 i 41 .7 AFTERNOON ROUND Marston. out 4 4 i .tie ..441 r, 4 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 5.', 541 4-34 IJ laie. out. Msrstioi. In.. . Let, In Extra lo. - .! ar.tun. t.oir b 4. l.ee. t. 1. PtORaly Oalf b 4 ml ' ran n. Steady golf was John '1. Anderson's forle in Ins match onanist Nelson Whit ney. Through the groan the Siwanoy golfer seldom missed a ahot. although a few short putts that should have been made went astray now and then. In the morning round he gained a lead of one upon Whitney. He mei eased the lead by Winning the second and third hoes in tbt afternoon, getting a fine 4 on each and picked up another by holing a putt for a 2 on the fifth. Whitney almost won the sixth with a stymie, but Anderson puttsd around tho ob structing ball and halved the hole. When they turned for home Anderson was 3 up ami SSemod likely to lose the tenth, as another Stymie CUt off h.s way to tho hole This one he Jumped suc cessfully and halved the hole. Whitney put up a good fight on the nex' few holes hut An lerson cluntr to his lead and won CSVI ds : by a up and J to pay. The MOHNINrj ROUrfO. Anderson, nut. ..5 4 I 4 3 4 5 5 Whiinv. nut. . . 4 5 5 .", 3 4 4 5 Anderson. In 5 ' 5 4 3 5 5 5 Whnnsy. i ii ... . i ; (i 4 3 I s 4 AFTKIl.VOON ROUND Anderson, out... 3 4 4 4 3 A 3 4 hll net, oul. .. 5 5 4 4 3 5 4 3 Anderson. In 4 4 5 4 4 4 Whitney, In 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 tiye holes nui played. 517 4 311 11 in 341- I II I 41 hsrseaa Foil. Nlandlah. Jimmy Standish, comiueror of Oulmst was slated for an easy victory ovr hi ml! Sherman, but tho I'tlca golfer thougir otherwise lie began by win nltig tha first hole and kepi BtMldlSh behind nearly all of the way. Poor pu ling goli.K out oat the Detroit golfer Several holes, b it coining In he did bet ter work on the greens and ended tho round 1 up on Sherman, the approxi mated scores bel.ig si and R2. By beginning wi.h three 4s In the afternoon Sherman soon changed the asp. t of the match nnd by Ihe time the turn whs reached was 3 up. Stand lsh won the t' nth Put ou the eleventh lost his ball In the rough, and the hole, went to gharttUMI. With his hack to the wall and 3 down, with only s.toii more holes to play. Standish began a tin.- rally and squared the match at the fifteenth, Sherman won the slit,. nth with a great 4, but juaji'iish look the seventeenth and tin y f:ic4U the home hoi. all Square. Standish played into the bunker and failed to goi out with his second, Sherman wiiinlng tlx hole and mat h by running dowa a hard pull for a I, not an especially brilliant wav to win a hoV on win h pur Is 3. The Ogrdl I MORNINfJ ROUND. ghsrtpaa, out ...i 4 i '. r, 40 blandish. ut . 6 ti 4 r, 4 5 3 I 441 Ml. rm 'in 1 4 (i 5 I 6 5 5 4 41. Standish, In 4 5 4 4 4 4 6 5 4 IS AITKIINOCN ROUND' garmaS' SMI 444441344 -SI StHndl.h. out.., .'. :. 4454 r. 443 ghsrsjisn, m ,,, f I I 4 4 3 4 5 4 dlaadisb, Is 4 4 4 1 i 5 4 let hall. -II -11 I nurse The back I. ellKI belied . sg were In US . a 1 ". to-day and Ihe course by using a was lengthened slill furihur j tee aonstruoted ysstsrdsy on the iw Ifth hole, making ll 101 yards 1 0ng Instead "f an:.. This Increased ,,. ungth ni ths "puree to is.ij.-.i yards. , ,. Was Idsal for golf Thai . .,,,, irv lip lib I.I. ai. Third It.iuml irdnvr, iini.i bi-ai It K . . ' A gj.il' l, W h ml li. Mil II. Mar. Ion. Ils'l .1 r, 1, In 1 up ils boles I; Jobi Ibov.rd II Lea, 1 Anderson, .-41- WUll'i.l, lietl .N.ls-.li VI tthltli.l, Autluboll, 8 and So, rrt.J Sb.i rit.ili, V'ahu iinls.lB. 1 . a 1 Jamas U. Standi. h, Jr. Ostrglt, I up. BIGGEST SURPRISE OF DETROIT PLAY Machine Likt Eteellenec of Prrviou lns II it1 ('lies a Ml with Gartner. 1 BTAHDIBH ALSO FAILS TO KKKP CP FAST GAIT 11 y John C iM'l ll-n I'kthoit, Hept I. Intersection al ri valry still holds sway In the nntionul amateur championship, held together by one single We; t, ni thread, but that one pf pure silk, In a golfing sense. r.in the Eastern golfing la. lorn produce the s Issors which will separate Robert A lardner from Chicago from the cham pionship garment'.' Thut remains to be seen. In nny event the continued pres ence of Mr. Qardner means that the In terest Is well sustained for the epoo t.itora on this course of the Middle West ern district, and, after all, this enthusi asm Is an excellent thing for golf. In Its single remaining r preservative the West has a man who has been through the mill, even to the stage of winning the national golf title itself I Thla (lardner did in I9ns. Having been a irine loo Dusy myseir to see action, I can pass along the him In reporta others, i game which which have come to me from l,ittt Gardner la playing i which compares well with that won h,m l,,M e'0. which means ,ha- Hln from ,he wel1 known length "' wooden shots and Irene, he la ,i",n hl8 niaahles with telling effect and running down the putta In the tight l'iat ca. Mure Honor In H'lnnlns. Oardner has been in tight places, too, ' during thla championship, but haa .merged therefrom with colors flying. Hut from the viewpoint of the remain" nig hlahtern representatives the better 1 the opposition, the more honor In win ' tutig. It waa the Irony of fate for D, K. i Sawyer of Whealon that after having d.siststsl In this championship of the man upon whom the West banked .ta I hos?a for the title. Char-Us Kvuns, Jr., he should have lieell Obliged to meet an- j I other Western reptesentative to-day anil I go down before him, proving an unvx- ' I pecteilly easy Victim for (lardner Maw- i I yer has the unfortunate hatdt of bump- j j mg Into a steam roller alsiut every Hum i he Is making good progresa In a chain- j ! plonship. Six years ago at Wheatou he i ; was going along l.ke a well oiled ma- ! chine In tha national until In the third ' round he encountered H. Chandler Kgon j nnd In one of the hoat played matches t ier witnessed in a championship tour- , .i.ameut Bgan won at tile thirty-eighth i hole. Four year previous to that, also on the Chicago Uolf Club course. Sawyer ' went through to the final, defeating W. C. Fownes, Jr., on the way, but again was a loser to Chandler ll.an, S and 5. la l!n7 at Kuclat he defeated Kgan in the first round, but bwt to Khen M j llyera In the third. Kach time, it will i e seen. Sawyer has gone down hufoiv Rome other leading golfer of the middle Watt Who Would Have Dreamed f What went wrong with Ned's game to-day Is one of those mysteries which pertain to this game, w here the Cham- I ,ons fall by the wayside Just tho same1 as do the lesser lights, even If not so often Who would have dr.atned that I in this 11(15 national championship ih hamplonahli ssmi-nnaia would not include the nam lot a Tracers, a Oulmet, an P.vana. a' POWnSS, a Sawyer, a livers' Iflvery pre-champtonshlp favorite gone. i ad goes to show that III tho latti r da.. i hamplonshlps the men who are n nisetl as the foremost experts of lb" day In the amateur ranks must go to i the championships in the finest of physl- I al condition and keyed up to their top performances from their firs! Stroke m the medal round until they have play. I , the winning stroke for the title, (ith, r wlse. they are certain to meet along the way some man who. for at least a day. Is getting his drives down lh line, his . pproachee accurate ami hla putter working like the cukk of a machine, so ih.il. unless the favorite also Is doing i all those things, ho stands a BtfOI u t banes of being defeatsd, Kcpotatlons 1 no longer count ; It's the results All the superb golf that Sawyer played before he met (lardner yesterday went for naught against the I POP chant I i n Where Bawyer had b. en reeling off his Tlia and 71a in the previous I rounds, in this match he met u mini who was doing bob after hole In par I or lo iter ii was as if Gardner had j usuns'd the position which Sawyer had thought was Ins (or keeps, and win ii I Sawyer bad to fat e such opposition . Something Went wrong with his gain, 4aiver'a l'la Mumps. An 10 for Sawyer yaaterday morning was far removed from the quality of Ids golf In the previous rounds, and the best he had in him was called for to meet Qardner's 15 lo the turn. The s line III the afternoon, when !uidncr wen) out In 37 and Sawyer took 41. It was not that 1 iurdner played witti ex traordinary brilliancy, as Sawyer la good for 37 to the turn almost any time, but he didn't happen to Im good for it ut thla particular time, Hla I ami 1, defeat was the tog surprise of tha da. Afler my own match was SVOf 1 went to see how Standish and Sherman were faring. They were followed by a large gallery, most of whom full sxpsoted t" re.- Blandish rsfurosd a victor. Bui the play "f the Detroit representative was not as clear out yaaterday as whan he defeated Oulmet in the forenoon lie was one hole lo the good, but Ibis was due is much to Shermans weak play in spots as It was 10 his own efforts, us tin medal scores over Ml will testify. However, Sherman piaj in tha alter- noon was right up to onampionsnip cab tare and at tho ninth In hid a very useful h-ad of 3. By, ths ti ne the thir teenth green was reached the bad had bean reduced. Slandlsh holed a twenty live footer for a win on the short ft ur taenttl and had the match square at the 1 ext. lilght here Shetrill look a mighty ijyace and regained the load at the si leenth hole, a matter ol sonic t y.nds, our ft. when he sunk a fortt fool milt over undulating turf. Hut tins bad of!'"'1" , no was soon lost when hi played the seventeenth badly ami lost in n m a J.CI t'eCt 4. Last Hole a Henri llrenUer. The last hole was a heart breaker Two thousand people were lined up hy hs hlo of tho green and all Wg us still is death while 'Blandish teed im and Pi-e pared to nrivs. 1 n to a 1 1 post linn m ar the home h"l.i and next I" mo ' 1 was Tom barman, Pherrilrs brother. ; ; with huge drops of perspiration roiling off tils forehead' Are you bringing him home a winner, ! Tom .' ' I asked. "Whew,'' he worn out thn answered, Rherrill le "I'm right mere now. M arsion-Gardner; Sherman-Anderson A S a result of yestcrduy'a play in the nntionul amateur coif chumpionship at Detroit the Kast will be represented by three men in the semi-finul round to day and the West by one. That one is Robert Gardner of Chi cuiro, who won the title in 1K09 ut Whcaton. To-day he will play Mux Marston, present New Jer Rey champion, for a place in the final. In the other match John G. AnderRon, runner up to Jerome D. Travers in the 1913 championship, will meet Sherrill Sherman of Utica. Anderson has Written many entertaining nnd authoritative articles on golf for Tin: Scn. One of these articles appears in an adjoining column. Sherman is a Ron of the late former Vice-President of the United States. , He's nearly given me heart failure with I his missed putts." Then Sundish drove. Although he had played bha green many hundred tini. s. on this particular o, c ision he fal tered ind was trapped Bvarytodj . Pected when he siw Sherman haul i out his spoon that he would earn the green, and perhaps go over. Hut on in.- contrary tie was even shorter than tandiah, The laet that In. h.ul a grass he gave him the chance to get the hall I UP n the gre. n on his next. Standlsh , failed on his first attempt, was barely I on the edge on his third and a foot away In 4. Sherman was left with a HVo foot putt, easily mlssable, and after carerul ecr.itiny and arlous wlgwag glngs he gt the ball Into the hole In 4. It waa a flna finish to a hard old golf match. My own match with Nelson Whitney waa stirring. Ho drew first blood, but 1 managed to recover arid, thanks to a I at the Seventh, which might have I'cen a 1 If the pin hid been in straight, the end of the morning round found It S on,- hole to the good n the aftcrn on I had the good fortune to hide nnother 2, at the fifth this time, which made the j total of 2s six In the last four dnvs. I and was .' up at the seventh hole, where Nelson stymied himself. Krom there on the Southerner played a rattling gnme, billing three of the next four holes and but for a fatal tu'aa at the thlr leenMli where a four foot putt failed to go dim ii, he would have reduced the lend of five to one. As It was. I man aitcl to hang on and finally win by j 3 and 1. Out IKatdal BCOres w, re under I 10. htSMrS ("ii's (.rand PlnUh. When you're 4 down with only to go, playing Ix-fore a gallsrv which 11 a Mb tho local favorite, and w in four ItralftH hobs, miss dscetrl length putts for a win on the next two ainl finally gain oar the victory by getting a 4 on a i hole at the thirty-eighth. SOU have true. In nest g. lf nerve. That Is what Max Marston did In hla match with Howard Lee By SO doing he gap! another Kastirner tu the battle and proved again that he Is a fine fla-hter on the friends Osorgs links. I'm sorry his Eastern 1 missed that finish It was is J i.ow would say, simply graun SHAD FLIES FINISH MIGHTILY Four (Ionia In IsVSath Terliid Mp llrinirs by IS T. AlKXVNMtIA llAV, N Y. Sept. 2 A P"C,P matcn game under band. cap w as l''''ed to-day In the Thousand Islands Pa loui ii.iment brtw,- n the Thousand Lw!?- i. " Thousand Island Sh.olthes for 'ill presented bi Mrs Usorgs Hssbrouck. The Rhadfliss won by a score of s to 7. Tne BhadfllSS started in the first period and th. n did not score another goal until the fifth, during which time the Bslfilas made six go ds. In the seventh s-nod the Btlad Una passed the Bjelflles, making four goals In one period. The lineup: KUl.h'l.llls IHADPUII ""P Hep No 1 A r a Ii a in No t -H Vilas I mips (i No : ',ns H laltl. i i So 1 No ll... k V I' K nu.'oin . ."so .V-sl ll Huff l lie k II J w,.,r -14 n r r e Huff ,, I It 1 Total Total I slfljf Qoals earned Ti total. I tiles Oosll ear i t , by hsttdtcan, 'H.iial'.Ks. 1; total k Sha.l 1; laSS DARTMOUTH HAS FIRST DRILL. ggwbd Twentysta Men in Mgrkf Praetlee Bwrlng latoRsa Heat. HAMOVga, ,N. H. Sept 3 Couch Cav. snaugh's first call for candidates for the Dartmouth football team was an swered by twenty-Six men this after noon at Alumni Oval The squad Is Mpectad to Increase dally. Several vsterana will not ieport until the first of next week. The first pia. ti.o was very light be cause of the Intense heat. Osvanatlgh is to dlrSCl practice twice dalli ream now l.g. 1 :sh. cock on until t o opi nlllg "f the 00l Among the Veterans were iler Capt MaoAullffs, Pudrlthi Hitch- narrows, (iii,.. tiio-a gwll Isr, While, llolbrook and Currier. vVhoRtley larprlaee VallmoSi Josstph Wheatlay "f the New York A. C won a mile race In the Metropolitan A. A. I' championship aeries In RtSeple .ii.-, pool lost night, turning the tables on II. Vollmer, who bested him In the half mile a Week ago. liver an eleven lap SOUrSS Wheatley also ma le raoord time, displacing Hud QoodWln'l fminer mark of mlnutSS 11 2-5 seism. la by covering the distance In 25 minutes 16 1-5 seconds. John ElRlnOCh finished third. Vollmer w is about stventi-flve yards behind Wheatlej at the finish. I'oter l', 1 til. Toronto, gent. 2,- Tllkea Clip. Peter Pan VII. . owned 1 ntiv b) lames Blmpson of New 1 York and'J. P. Blokall of Toronto, took I part to-day In the exposition races for a I gold cup offered hy the Royal Canadian Yn.'llt Club Tliere wre live stllllerS 1 and Patar Pan won without being driven. ih.. boat w.ii in- shipped o-morrow to Chicago to Dompeta for the Wrlgley I trophy next Tuagdsy, in... - Basel Ht'MSnN, N J. In Practice Polo. Sept ; -I,, practice game ii eparatoi v preparatory to the Humson 1 which st irts Senletiilicr 1 :l I tournament the nines defeated the it score of 12 goals to D. ds to-day by a 1 Hugh Barrett, l.inil" Pruer, .1 11 Waters m l Warren , inn pour piaygd ror the nines ami ti. Jaaon Waters, l.elund Hoas .ind Howard 1 S Id. Men rm Hie Iteds New Yorker llenta Brooltli niie. I M aim rwoon. N H . Sept 2 .The Hist round of 111,11. h play m Hi,. f.uar gsaaon handloap goir tourney was played hi re to-day v Hockmeyer of isweii who btal v C, flould of Brae lint n ii and 5. imido 11 madal . r.. ,,r 77 Waller 1.. Ha hards of Now York, won a match from U b Owsus of rtrooktyn, I nnd 4. eas.l R sfi t i w m n -m w fnm SIATJSKB Lfcfl TO FIGHT FOR TENNIS CROWN i Blve of Ranking Ten Mingled With Some Earning Spun. U.U.I BRINGS FORTH If. . WILLIAMS'S BEST With only Sixteen of the original Ills starters left In Ihe running at the end of yesterday a play the national eham- , plonshlp lawn tennis tournament at the West Side Tennis Club In Forest Hihs. ; I li ahould have nothing hut close I matches frum now to the fltil.h. l our of tho men who came through to the fourth round are new to that stage of the national ChetTVPtOnRttlPi Iternard 0. Law, tho Princeton football player. J. I H. Adoue, Jr . uf Texas, Francis T. J Hunter, a former Cornell player and J S. ITaffman of Itostou having nsvef got that fur before. of the men rated In the flrat ten at the end of last season, Hubert Litslley 1 Murray of l'alo Alto, fourth; WllllR J. Clothier of I'hlladi Iphia, fifth ; QeOrgR M. Church of New Voi. seventh! Wat son M Washburn of New Yoik, ninth, and Ella V. PK troll of Nan Francs. Oi tenth, are not among the remaining six teen. Murray, Clothier and Foltrcll d d not start, while Washburn eliminated t ( hur.'h Wednesday and was put ,at , s tetday by Theodore H. Fell of New York This haves Just half of the first ten still in tho hunt. Of those rated In the second ten. six started and two. Fell and Clarence J. ijriffin, uia left. hung Wright Is the sole representative of the third ten. Charles M Hull, Jr. of the fourth dncade, J. II. Adoue of the .- ti, ten, and William Hand of tha seventh Hunter. Uw, Pfaffman. Cra.g Blddls and BsrnOM S. Pientica did not got their nanus in the lists at all last season. Maurice Mctoughlln. th.- California comet : Hichard Norrls Williams J.I of Phlladslphla, the national champion, and Karl II Bchr of New York, rated one. two nnd three respectively, eat li had tu gu four sets to win their llsRlllllOR, while the other two of the first ten. Predsrk-k II Alexander of New Yoik and William M. Jon net OR of San Fran. I SCO, took their victories easily In straight sets. I. ILe Three Itlna I Irons. The one objection that th' crowd hud to offer about the afternoon wi thal each Individual In lis makeup had not been endowed like Argus. Tht-ic was so much good tennis go. tig on In all corners of the arena that It grated on the nerves of the followeis of tho game to think tb.it they could not watch mora than one court at any one time. McLoughlln was playing Leon ltd Beskmsn of Bronavllla, n. y., the inter- aholasttc national champion, ou court 4, over In tho extreme west slds "f the enclosure. lilght next to this four Williams, national champion, was hav ing Ins own trouble disposing of Wal ter Merrill Hall of New tfork. Then came Itehr, the other member Of this year's triumvirate, needing an extra ret to win from Kolsttt La Hoy, another New Yorker, and on the turf nOSrOOl the clubhouse Pell, exponent of the backhand stroke, par excelh ni to, was bachhandlng in form and therefore beating Washburn. til Have a I Ollott Ina. It Is hard t held the gre say which tor part i of the matches f the crowds interest, pionshlp 1 Bvsry player on the chsm courts had his following, bul likely that Williams and Mill, if the sturs to t ike th. atena. most watched, and well they I" be ll.ill W lg beaten at 7. 2 R, 61. not bsoauss the champion was playing poorlj ; not have won If he had been, was playing real tenuis. It It seems Ihe last Were the deserved ll 3, ! -national lie ClllUd for Hall is doubtful if for brilliance, spe d, startling gets and golntlllanl rallbs the second ami third sets of tins match will le surpassed in the touraey. Hal seldom has been so steady lie went on the courts determined t" play tho gam. safe and let tin natloi til Champion beat himself. The plan was a well ordered one and would have -11 -ceeded if Williams had had one of hi. well known bad days, hut unfortunately tor Hall the Phlladelphlan was at his best and was making errors only When compelled to hy the New Corker The kind of a ftifht It'll was nuttaor to, gains) the champion may lost he Judged by the fact that Williams made 1 total of pnly four more points In tho mutch while he won six mora games. Hull Slow In Mnrlluu. Hall did tut got g.nng very well at the start of ths match and It was not until tho sixth game that he showed anything like the top of his game, F- 'tu trailing at 1 4 he came up 10 11 I and made Williams fight hard to win the next two games and the get, The New York( r s drhes wet,, very strong mid he frequently succeeded in getting them by Williams on sheer sped In tin second ret Hall was going ut his best and so was Willi. mis, which was uni t; tug hut lucky for Hall. Tim New Yorker led ut 4 -3. lost the ndvai't ig' but pulled the S'-t to deuce ami forged to the front again at 7 -8 He w is lighting very Inch of the way in the next three games. but could "'t pull them ut. and the set went to W dlianis The hard work "f winning that gel look a lot Pill of the champion nnd Hall's powerful build helped him t" run through the first three gameg of ihe thlnl set with Ihe Iush of only two points. Five more games were played In that set and Williams won only two of them, one after it had been to dauoe four times. Then came the customary rest and It waa Hall's undoing, for being a slow starter, he could no) gel going again afler the rest until Williams had a commanding lead of 4 gvs The one game that Hall won went to deuce six times and the New Yorker took it by making tw lean RerVli'R mes Hail's particular bete noir was his rivals iibll'lv on the nick un stroke n nny pun of the court. Ti ami ..!,, tn,. Mas. Vnrkae l,,l,...l 1.. 1 sure point when he slammed over a low hard one only to have Williams di it out "f the tm f and pop it back over the nel The point score . FirtsT PBT, 11 1 lain. Hall Williams -4 3 1 Hall 1 4 4 3 1 4 4 4 5 1 4 : 11 i 1 BOON0 skt. 4 4 1 5 4 1 1 4 1 0 0 4 3d 11 4 1! 6 - 3 4 4 5311 .' I 3 -41 T 111 24 J - 37 -li s 1 -la 4 I 141 14 7 5 4 4 14 4 Tlllltli stir. 11041 4 4 4 3 4 POURTB RUT. 4 4 14 3 3 0 I 2 10 Will. 'ins Itill Wlillame Hall.. . Beekman's show ing sgnlnst McLough. 1 in was rather an RfrOrabte urpilse, tor the schoolboy played an excellent match before succumbing to the prowesa of the Comet at 6 !, 3 R, 6 2. 2. There was an added pleasure In this match too In that McLounhlin showed mote of the Comet than at any other t oie ti.ls season, lie used his old s. r rlOS frequently and successfully nnd rag about as Unbeatable ever when tie went ;o the net, which was unite I oft, n. . The oiitig llronxvlllo bin showed son,, thing of a service himself andjExhlbitl Detth, Con f itlcnco and .. uir Huiin j nit u, iiuo i.iiii. no- I '. S by his ability lo Whip back Mo I Loughlln'g hard drives with speed and accuracy. M. lanighlln was making a number! of errors by dropping the ball Into the not. a habtl that did not look good to 'i' Unary follower of ti,. vame In tha P1'i "in wis a nappy leature to l hoes wioi hava seen McLouthlln's si ght backsliding In other mm. tee this I season. The Comet's main fault to' nata has been his propensity for slam ming the ball out of bounds, but yester. J day his outs w. r. remorxibl for their I paucity. It showed that he Is get- I tllnr his ilriii.', t.io.L hammI il. . i ! closer to the lop of the net. The Cab form it played at loo anesd In the Inst two Sets and limp!) overwhtlmed the,ams. When It enme to the fourth set1 najaung youngster. The point score: KIltST I IT 1 4 5 4 3 , . 0 0 3 0 4 MCONO MT . . t R 2 4 I 4 i.i 7 4 4 14 3 tiiikii par, MeLeughlla. ItTkmnn . . . : 6 115 MrLntigbllR . uasajnRn, , 7 I Metjnaghlla It. i k in. in . . . 4 t 4 4 4 4 I' o :i- ,v., 1 11 1 13 5 POURTII bt 4 1 4 4 4 1 4 .... 0 4 10 14 3 M I ...lirli'ln He km In i -. : - 2 The veteran I. Hoy put up a wonder fill Dghl against Hihr. the third of the! I tennis trinity, and was beaten only at! , 4 , r,4. 4. R -I. Ills game was! i nn ex. elb nt test for Itehr. because tho I ( lorno r college champion plays a slow, careful) mefnodleal nme, exactly the ; oppoatts t,. that of Itehr, who is highly tetnperamental, and It Is the style that frequently culminates In the defeat of a ' nervous player like lltfhr. I.e Bay a I '..mi i.i . lib Threat. At various tinus through the match It looked as If Le Hoy a cool syays Were going to get to Itehr. In the first set 1 h.. middle states champion led at 4 2 : and then blew tip. making only throe I points In the next four games, which went to I... Hoy and gave him the a rt. I l.c Hoy sd at 4 3 In the second set.; but COUHl nut hold the pace. In the third set Itehr led at 4 love and an as canslon cost him three games In a row. I but ho recovered In time to win two of the m-xt three la- Hoy. freshened I by tho rest after the third set, took thoj tirst three guinea of the fourth and thin was smothered by Bohr's brilliance, Which gave the latter five straight games and later the match. The point score : MUST ."RT. . . I I I I I I I . . 5 110 7 14 PBCOND si:t .. 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 IP hr Ls ll. It.h- I.e Hoy. 1 I I 39 - 4 : 34 XII 1 It 1. SHT. ... I I I I I I I I I It ... 111144414 I II Itehr 1.. It rOL'RTH MIT r I I I I I M I 44:- t"l 5 15 0 13 0 4 4 4 35 It 1 I.e 14 will Johnson, tha G illfornlan, w ho oppose it. hr this afternoon on one of the championship courts, did his best wora since hla running timnm over I Kiugl is South, a' I , edge, however. arrival in the Baal in i a straight sal victory Walters, No. l in ths I 1, I 2 Some little was taken "IT the vic tory of the Callfornlan by the fad that Walters waa not at ins best Clarsnos .i. Uriffln is ti ni other Callfornlan sell i". He dropped Ward Dawson of San trranctsco from the list of surviv ors yester ay at 11, 7 5. g f, rifiln will meet Huix Law. th. prlncs ton gridiron star, today, the latter huv- mg displayed remarkable ability in beating (ieorgs W ghtni in of Boston at 6 1, S. 4, 7 i, 4. tli'xnnder Keeps on (iolna, Adoue and Alexandi r. who will meet Williams and Mc giiim, real lively, to-day, Won the.r in itches In straight seis The Tegan downed it c. Thomas at (l I, ( --.',, i 4, wmle Alexander con tinued to ill-play th skill that haa brought him lo the fourth round iii beating s Howard Voahell, the Long Island champ .ui. at g- I, 64, r j. Pall's stralghl ut victory over Wash burn at 64, li 4. 'i 11 was quits a feature, it was .1 foregone conclusion I that Pell would win 1 1 hs was going light, in spue of Wsshhurn's stsadl- ', nssa. Rome thought that W ishburn 1 would win because he vanquished Pell at Southampton, when the latter waa 1 off Ills gallic Poll Was right to-day, I however, and there Is no reason now why he should not a n a place in the' seinl-flnal round. It meats Charles M. Hull. Jr. ,,f the Crescent a. c today, 1 The Interscholasttc championship wasi stirted yesterday with tne winner, of eight sectional tournaments striving for' the title. Sidney T 1 ner of Phil dellihl 1 """"r r 1 he ii i n ir-t toiirticv : t harles . uariano or rittaourg, winner "f the Vale evani : Harold A. Throckmorton, the Princeton winner, ami Willis B, Har low, who sms throng ; at the University of Pennsylvania trial, survived the fitt round All but Harlow won 1 heir ntatchss in stralghl sit. ii,. was forced to an egtia sal t" heal It c Tremalne, the Co. lumbla winner, at 20, 64, 64, ii 2. F I nil I Scheduled Best I iirmlnt. It was announced by the officials "f the nut.. 111. ii association yesterday that Hie pics, lit plan ;s to pliy t lie in,, Hi. mil I championship singlea Anal next Tueaday and tne c allonge round of ths douulss on Wednesday, in the event of Bund y 'a I grrlvlni In New York In time This w.ll 1 give ths nu n a Shanes to lest on Thurs day fur the Baal versus Weal matches which will sl ut nn Friday In the sec t i na! return match four .-mules and twol doubles will be played. Tins will pro-1 vide :i chance for a tie, but tho officials reel so sure that tele will bo no such I outcome that 1 hey have nol arranged for an odd 111. itch The teams have not I been picked officially, but there la btile doubt 11 s 1. 1 their lineups. The sum maries : Nsiionsl fbsmplonshlp, Men'i llnglee Third lio.ni n ,1 , J Origin defeated Ward Uawsun, (i- 3. 7- ... 4 .' II, rnird .', I. m dsfsatad 'i.orse vYIgtltntRn, 5 7. - " ,; 4. , 'i 1 wil '.mi i Johnston dsfsaled Puuglss s Wattt-rs. 4-3, ti i I li 4,11-1 It itehr drfeaisd Robsrl Ls Kef. . ,;, . l; J. It Adouo. Jr.. oif' i' II. ' . 1 h Hints, 11 7 5 i 41 Richard Nnrrli 1 Hams Id dsfsslsii iS'sltsr Merrill Hsll, 11- 3. . 7. - si' 1.111: 11. nne .111, 11. 1 1 (irinnell, f -I 61.6 -' iv 1 lain Rand 3d ,i, fi nod Whin i" t I'ate, 1, ii 1, 1. 1. Prancls T Hunter defeated ! A 1. Plunna 10 ' I J 16, u R. I li J s. Pfaffman dst feds I W. A Campbell, 7 1. 4 ... 1 URUrlcs K. Metuughllii defrsted Lionard I llerkiusn, I ?. s ... S. .: .'. Predsrlck II All isndsr .1 frati 1 R. Howard Veshell I li 6- I, I 2. UsraoR g. prentice de- ft.ued In n' in i pbll ips. I 1 1; .a 11,16: Irving C Wrighi defeated Fr-.i-I 'H(k T. Fr, lln.liiiy.. 11. I , . ...(!-! Th. odor,. II Hsll defl ate. 1 Wm XI 1 -hlii-n. J ' . 'i. I-. 1 li charlss 3 ! :, Jr.. d. I III 11 II .1 -R. 37, li 2 National S. end Rm llefrslsd rl' 1" tuuty, ii -- '.lid. Vile. Inb rscholsstle Hldnsy Thai iinlnnshlp ll n i 41 1 I' Ik 1. llo,, 111 in II,.', better . s I, i-s riri g aar. ' ' John Vlrdm, I'nlvsr . 1 'lev, lad. I I I I, s Th' ., km." 'ou. s r lit. i,in a... s ' ' I S, I ol Harold a fealsd Coresllus Rui'ttork. Wesiern Ni w Yoik. r 1, 1 a : .1 wiih, it. Harlow, t'nli.l-lty of I'piin.i Itan 1 Isfestsd II 1' Tremslns, '"luiniiu, I i, 1 1, 1 i, 3. WILLIAMS PLAYS STRONGEST GAME OF TRIUMVIRATE Speed AaT'iinst Fine Piny of Merrill Hnll. COMET PRACTISES I P WITH YOUNG BEEKMAN nr .1. rttiMi.v poiht. Kach of the three favorites In the na tional tennis tournament lost a set yes- - '! " r'ln'' ,,ul lt. hr was harder pressed by ' 1-e Hoy Hum either Mclsiughlln or Will , 0 Hoy started out with a rush that nave him n lead of 3- ft. and It began to look SerlOUS for the old international ist. La Hoy waa playing well off the ground and his strokes had more than the usual umourit of sting to them, but his service was getting him Into tiouhle constantly, Le Hoy does not get his racket over the ball enough In serving and he has a tendency to nut the ball io;t of the court a great deal. sBgterall of this sea day he did this frequently and his sec did service was distinctly weak, allow I raj Itehr to sin at- 'he ball Into ttio rar corners of his court. The placing of the veteran was excep tionally good and he kept Le H"y chas ing ar' tind the court to get behind his long, sluiotliig drives and the short cross rourt strokes that he used In at tack From love 3 Hehr ran five I straight games much to the disgust of his adversary, but Just when he seemed 10 have the match safely tucked away La Hoy came back hard nnd fought It out to the end, although he waa not 'Itilte strong enough to win WlllllllllS I oolld, "t. Williams was brimful of eonfldetlbe and seemed able to make any kind of fancy allots that he plena d He pluvrd tils usual slapdash, whirlwind game, , bringing off one minutes the RtOflt per- J leci noes ano trie next ui'uoie rail'fing "r putting easy balls into the net Hali 1 at the start Waa overawed and did not do himself Justice at all. He seined tired still from his gruelling mutch gain! Johnson on Wednesday and al most resigned to tho Impossibility of boating the shamplon, his judgment of distance was very bid and be was . m I stantly too dose to the hill, mlaslng I many shots from lelng out of posit n n I to play them right When at hla Is-at there ate few ! players In the country who make as full 1 a swing and fol'ow through ag Mall Bxcspl for a slight ItotWish of the racket ! Just before he hits the ball his play is thoroughly ortln.lpx and In the best of, , form Willi Williams yecterduy. how- j ever the ball constantly Jumped III too I close to ltlni and h. did not give the w.ll known shoot of Williams's strokes room I to handle them freely. A the match i progressed he gained more confidence I i and then he began to hit out mote freely gain and with tetter results. In many! of the rallies he outplayed the ettamtllon clearly, but the smile never left Will iams's face, and he generally came bach with two cr three unplayable sly. is ! cv, ry lime he Was outplayed. Williams tried short balhi and half volleys and occasionally n volleyed lob ind never failed to shake his racket and laugh bis favorite mannerism when-j .ver they went wrong, In the third set Hall ran up a hi. bad. but Williams ' never seemed worried and even after Ihe s.-ore mounted to 11, and finally the set was lost, tho champion was as I confident as ever. In the fourth set he evidently mans up nil tniud to end u quickly and he did so to the queen's taste. ( imiinl e lleelsoinn. M 'l ghlln, the third of the trium virate, also h id In play four sets bsfors he , ai tied hll next bracket. Young Leonard Bookman of Bronsvllle, who opposed the Callfornlan. refused to be scared nut by his formldsbla opponent and playsd his best game Ju.t as cin ndentls is thoign he was In a minor tournament against a weak adversary He didn't win only because hla beat game was not good SIM Ugh to heal Mi -l.ou-hllti. which Is a fault no one lie. d ipologiae fo:. Bookman's passing -round strokes were particularly effect tne ami when McLoughlln ran up 1.1 the net In the midst of general play he frequently was pegged. Th,- Com) was clearly prsetlslna strokes, however, that he felt needed some polishing up before the bicger matches lo come, but ho did not run to ti e net all Ihe time on his service 11.. Knows tn.s stylo of g cue ii.,, s not need practice. so well that it The constant ''' wears out u man s .lurvii un ti.. nny ano also may think It safer lo hold that attack In reserve Until he mods it to win. McUoughlln'S gioui.d stokes are certainly not so go.nl is m in,. Internationals last scisot tha ssmo c ts Who can ever fop-ict tho forehand swipes he brought off against Wilding, three clean scon on SUCh shots in one game? He showed to such speed yesterday and when he .11.1 iry 10 mt 1, ,r, :.o was as oft I'll out or court as safely in the comsm. Tnere ,ne iw.i or mice dais of yet 1,1 "me nerorc ne csn meet ihe champion however, and these allow plenty of m( yet to tune up to concert pitch. wniiiiiiiK Looks itroRgsst, (in ths day s play, however. Williams certainly looked the strong. st of ihs three favorites lie Ml ,e,., Adoue to. day, Ihsn probably ni,i,iie tomorrow aid Hehr or Johnston Monday In the seini-linals. Hehr meeia JohnMinn to day and he will have his wok cut out roi h m, hut ought to win by the nnvi itv nnd variety of his attack In e use n. ...... nciori.s (.rutin win i. next opp 'tieni and fhen Williams in Ins tho semi-nrals M, l.niiaiii, brlRgg Alexander loday programme asainst him, ' 1 '""""".' iiunter to-morrow and '""st likely Fell in the seini-llnals Alexander and Johnston mlahi .,e...... 10 "ii" ro-i,i', nut them there s. ems little nr opt f. no ippor- iiinity i.r enanging the expected jneun tor n,. semi-nniis .ind the fo'irtli nla,-.. Place iiasnie .vl lacighiin, w III I.,,- ... . ,..-0 no, i.iiiimiiiv SO 1,1 1 .,. nw Fen ., victory over Washburn yester day w is the RurprlRs of the dav. Waah. burn was not the same ma,, who elinu- 1 1 ted Chinch on Wednesday by am mi 11 s and ho did not .how the" Rams sie.nl mss nor the same speed (in ths other haul. Pell was in the best foil',, 1 have ever see. him, He seemed nor ougttly confident, whleh is half the bat tie In tennis, and hn let loose ft RPRed than for many inoona back Washburn foi a short lima Is tha Read Ihe New Tpunls li...... I si.'n'.'i...: , c-,.,,1 vi., 1 u T, H I I' irmly 1 1 nil." sun pease "f n 1 tsx SR n,. msiheds at . I, .111,1 f...Ol . I lis.,,, . .,1,, I eh.mplons, in. 'u llm R'lliiama. 11 nni" II. In. Alssalider. II. k W.slil.uin I'liur. h an 1 inane other. 4. pig, a of I photngrapba cf hsniiiioiis In act Inn 13 p.. "'P AMKUIL'AN LAWN TENNIS 141 Broadway, m. T. "' Tennis Matches on Main Courts To-day ii.oo A. M. Theodore R. Pell, New York, former nntionul in door champion, vs. Charles M. Bull, Jr., New York, Crescent Athletic Club star. 2.00 P. AJ. Maurice K. Mc Louf;hlin. San Francisco, world's champion, vs. Frederick li. Alex ander, New York, former Vavis cup player. j:jo P. M William M. John ston, San Francisco, officially ranked sixth last year. vs. Karl H. Bchr, New York, officially ranked third. second set started p.,.,.K ., .;w ,,;, to the backhand expert and lor a time he had Pell pu'ting th,. I,,, oul of court in his anxiety to hit In dir. It was the best v. iy t., T It. nnd proved profltsbla . ona Washbum stuck to It. B) thei , m th .is and Chopping the balls bail, with an under cut t lie ii. u v trd ai. in , . rlj j played I 'ell at Southampton only last Hn u day, and why he ,1,1 HOI .-!:,!. to I. is win ning tactics it seems hard to mi l, i stand. isaterday he hit oui herder much of llle uimi .Hid udvetsury. this St) le Just suited his Baglalalna This Kalt 1-ast season Washburn arni in rtburn wis in tha ho -1 nil Isn, and romparlsol - fatrgf I tlrst ten and Pall I - NashOuni. .( t. straight v n tory - 'or I ell and that wit. out el . I. after lie ontmslls rssull la s tl. ,, . sraafi before certainly needs soma explaining, H. C. Law. the Princeton halfbacki and i. w. Vlghtman, the husband of the former woman chs n, ll .xe Hotcbklss, pinved the longesl match of the day, and although the) stalled sartf m the aftsrnoon tin y were sua at the tifth set long aft.r ths pig) "" the chnmplonsli i courts w is -.11 finished and most of the big crowd of spectntorg had started for home At 'I ,d. It was a staggering match ami Law was positively groggy Ii seemed a timtiah he could not ding himself around to finish out the lis: .i With S 1 against him. Wight man began to nlav safe nd lob ni. i Law 'a le id. n illltis up to 14, only to loss chnm-e In the last game to IM lie .re laud perhaps even wh Hie TITLE TINGE TO THIS TENNIS, XhiIoihiI i bnniplon nnd ino Kns in or hnniiilnu In seo'l-lliuila. CKI'AItll IKST, L. I., Itfpt t sets wero the ordei r ihe ,1 i . sn ond round ! the w Dim i - lion Inwn ll nnle to n i Bockawaj Hunting Club lo-d . national champion. Miss Moll uht in the m ita at me . The Bjar st. dt, Mrs Mrs. Mlsa two former natlui Barge r Wallach .: Qsorgs Wlghtman Clare CagSel of N. I 1 npiong, NewHirt and f lloston, and York arc In Hie semi-tin. lis. M's It: 1 v. and M'ss M'ss IIJui Cages! in the uppei .1 end Mrs Wlghtman ami M s, Parser Wallach In Ihe lower, Th- sumni riea: it. ka iv Hunting Club tailon sinn ss s. 1 , tiun 1 . BJurstsdl, New .rk. del, . Bare Psars, K"i 01. 1 ; Casssl, New V'.tk. defi .: 1 Klaaal, Pal idelphl . :. s r W.il 1 11. N, a .... Wlldsy, New ,rk, , ; W Ightman, Bnat an laTi Chapman, N) k. i; .'. .. 1 tuvl v 31 la Ml. Me I . i - ' .are In., A. - Hsr- 1: cm li( "I S WEST SIDE COURT BRIEFS. 11 ir. Law's : In good stead man At ons nni down Slid I Hams of th.- f Ight ii ad .... Hi ,r pas 11 ho in. hip hu e .11f.nl. 1 , regulal iv at N . ! ' thsi I furnish' I si tit musle st tin- -. e ntshsd by t ' nstlov fur h it ban i. All ihs ..ft 1 1 vl ling a ' In.; ' s- .'III! It was the us." Amsrlt .0 ! hsth ii' 1- ' 1 1 Ir, In s n il . n 1' b "IS tip sin. j ,n a gn 1. ii' The rolnrsd tin -II wsi'S led III en- the only ItltH - tn 1' the w.ii of !... TI young soman with ,1 bat miugli up inemei Iss nl Rostand's i-'liantt Kre I Mailt!:,- I - ., I if deiief from tne umolre's -h Ii In t u N : i us Hull tnat'-h never falh 1 lu draw 1 ..ogh from tin- gallery. S": f Ihe games went 1I1 11.' ol : , '1 in hs 'k players wsri snxi 1 - lu II. hr'fl gef ' urea s Rl n shot etuert , n. .1 ths ' ' 1 in squi u 1.. 1 ,.,ia bul Hiey s heart wph lb , 1 na I i'S ' lis. I ibe sstns sen ..' iaeksd the spontansli geslu sonsss "i 11. 1,1 - Font f nil' . wsrs not t nl.iyers Ml" .in ,. . him thai lot 1 1 playing Alexanilei I. . ruled on hint, i'ln , ... 1 any, soon, think thai 1 ins i being ovai dons 10 Fre.l Raggs Wtl s l..n as In M'ati lied 1 he dill, versnds, Krail r pi. 11 ing In ths Ri k4 : 1 nn. I',., a in Cedai h ' nionth ago gn 1 has 1 . hS s ti a I II c PLY HOOKEY: 00 TO LINKS. Mel rter, w i ( , 1. also Pints llo. I. ci llo Bl'MSON, N I H pt 2 MoCartrr, pr, il , til of I le vice. Newark, sntedulm . members of tin- exe iilv( i- Partri Plrati ti. is N. illc Ser twenty aid 1 hat .'.ry . nrnpi at Ion at til" I: Club to-day The prlncli I fealui 1 iy W IS ' IP wag a handicap golf t pregenti d by M r won by Paul Hui 1 rl V the president score of id th. It. 1 ; Fill. 1 vii wiih a . .ix i. lee Mr. 333 lb- wis 1 .s m Carter, t.t m: namem) I glltlM 1 holes ""n ng ;. . e nd. wltl .. lunt '.eon it .hp rmissiun. M i 'awei 1 beaten by 1. 1 .1 r , who wa with a sc r were played teen In fie at the clUbli fternooti iuis durl II ti mi I ton I en 11 e 11 t uril, H nefli nlghi ni t ich ' IS irgt the Motordrome set ""-1 1 ' in reality Hunilli ui ' Hamilton ms i a ci chief c cuts of ihe cv I s II won tlui agalnt ii. the tlso a II : light 1 special 1 in nilla match 1 ' 1 P ot ge all rotei n 1 time being being 1 136 1.' I 1 30 ll ' 1 1;i "; pin'. sr1 11 1 1 lu ; heats, in Which ' ' i took leoond and -in, 1 1 . I and finished up Ih gloat evi 1 by taklt.it first hoi 1 1 handicap him i i p event, ind ( 'h 1 1 ipli it ..1 c 1 one lap, flhlsln It rd '.ni u'clnslll son third, ng'g work f"'.ir mile . S Ihe lie I TURF TENNIS COURTS Bowling Cieeni 1 oil feuiei Liwm Cemtruttedi ind Renerited WILLIAM TU( KF.R 1 1. it- A I nrt Kp list a. N vs It St III I I Mil 1 milt Results: VSeil Side I nil Cstgll, Athletic Field, Princeton I n. fll'.llr.i. . ' f . ', 4k: n it 1