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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1916.
East Noses Out West for Honors in Penn Relays in Which Many Records Fall Herreshoff Plays Good Golf 10 it- BERRY IS STILL BEST ALL AROUND COLLEGE ATHLETE TT' Wins Kvopj Kvcnl in lVn .titlilon mill Sliislirs 1.500 Mi'lcr Jlrcord. 31 K If Kill Til IIKLPS I'KXX .MA K K WOIM.D'S I.KCOHI) Tliif..Mi:i run, April 2S. Howard Berry's blilllant lotiiry In I lie Pen tathlon . ,iic .t day's contests of the mm al I ,oini9 1 v.t nl.i relay meet wns the determining faetot In fiwnr nf the Kant In one nf the stirfet and most even bat tles ever waned against the powerful track and Held contingent pent on from various Western lollritcs. The versatile athlete who represents the University of Pennsylvania on the diamond and gridiron as well as on the track performed a feat which It Is be lieved never was equalled before when he won alt nf the five events In the all round competition, finishing up the gruelling l,r00 meter race with n sprint that brought the time for the distance down to the sterling figures of 4 minutes 19 4-3 seconds. Brilliant as wn the performance of the sturdy quiker there, ware others to haro In Uie glory of the first day of this fascinating meet. In which the pick of the collego world came together before a crowd of fi.Onfi persons on the rain soaked Franklin Field. Ted Meredith, the hero of the Olympic games of 1912 nt Stockholm, stirred the partisan of old 1'enn to ii vigorous demonstration when he gave away a long tart In the last relay of the sprint medley relay championship and came romping home a victor by live yards. The wearer nf the lied and Hlue was ten yards behind the leader when the last relay started mid as the time for the final half mile was 1 minute 54 4-5 sec onds he must have run close to record time under most discouraging circum stances. Diamond prcsara Meredith. Jt was the Western athlete who forced the Olympic champion to the , utmost In order to carry off the laurels, . Chicago and Wisconsin men Mulshing almost In a dead heat behind hint. The 1 forward position of Chicago was due ntlrely to the sensational uuartar run by the. negro sprinter Diamond In the third relay. Starting behind Wallace of Princeton and I.cnnon of Penna, Dia mond streaked ulons ut such a wonder ful Bait that the time for the relay was 48 4-5 seconds and his quarter must have been run about three yards faster than that. I Wisconsin won the other championship' medley relay. In which the distances were longer, the Westerners simply galloping heme in front of Pennsylvania, the only other starter. It' was the lladgers that were hugely responsible for the great showing made by the West, as M. Hurke of that university surprised all the ex perts by winning the quarter mile hurdle race. He spreadeagled his field and. only for slowing down at the finish would have beaten the collegiate record made y Ferguson last jear. Counting Merry's victory In the Pen tathlon the Kast won four of the seven pedal events decided to-day, taking in, addition the 5 fi pound welgut, hammer throw and the sprint medley. The West1 carried nfT the quarter mile hurdle, hop, step and Jump and the distance medley, n world's record. What would have happened In the way f records had the weather been fine and the tra"k cood cannot be told, but as It wiu new figures were made In several conts. the moft meritorious being tho new world's mark set up by the Perm team in Inning the sprint relay. The Quaker iuartct finished the briskly ro'itet-teii mile In 3 minutes IS 3-5 second, against the mark of S minutes .13 2-3 seconds made by tho Penn team last year. Collegiate marks went by tho board In other contests, placed men ns well as the winner beating the old distances for the 5fi pound weight and the hop, tep and Jump. With the heavy weight II. White of Byracuse repeated his victory of last year, throwing 31 feet & Inches. The ' second, third and fourth men also beat the old figures. In the hop, step and Jump W. Carter of Illinois won with 45 feet 6'j Inches and only beat Pogue, , another Illinois man, by a quarter of an Inch. The old mark was 44 feet 7 Inches, made by Graham of Columbia I last year. AImo In the record cIhbs . was the 1,500 meter run of Kerry in I the pentathulon. His 4 minutes 29 4-5 seconds took a big ellce off the col legiate record of 4.41, which lie accom- I pllshed last jenr. I Ilerry'H work In the pentathlon stands out, but some credit must bo awarded to another football player of note, who forced him out in most of the events. This Is Nash of Hutsers, who finished second to tiie Penn marvel In every contest except the long run, In which he spoiled his point' wore by trailing In a pitirui met. Berry -was equally at homo on track , snd In the field, hut the 23 2-5 second for the 200 meter, nnd the time in the, 1,600 meters show rrmaikabln running, ability for an all around man. In tho , broad Jump lb-try cleared 20 feet ' Inches; lie threw the Javelin 145 feet i s inches and tho ducus 100 feet "4 Inches. Victor mil distressed. At tho tlnih of his haul nflernooii'M work llerry showed not tho lighlcxt (lis- , tress. It looked as though he had at . last met his mulch when In the last1 lap of tho 1,500 meter run, which closed i the contest, Hi,. him Kunkle of Penn I State headed the champion on the last 1 bend. Kunkl.i had a lead of live yards, with less than 200 aids to go to I the tape; but cnlllim on his reserve force, ( Which seems Illimitable, anil dashing up quickly Uerty was safely In front In' less than inn jnidi, crossed the, finish line Mv yanls to the good, Almost before the time which marked his superb finish had been announced Hetty had taken one lone bieath audi was started again on a tfot for the dress-1 Ing room, s efforts had been cue-1 fully timed, as there appears to I, no rest for this versatile nthlete. He had to! compete against Father Time In the ef-1 fort to beat the railroad schedule ami ' before the grounds were cleared the de-1 fender of the pentathlon title was on his I way to the ti.tlu ,, J tin, rest of the Penn nine in the tiip to New Haven to1 meet Vale on the diamond to. morrow The stirring competition In the 'sprint ' medley relay race won by the Pennsjl-' vanla team, or rather by the dashing Ted Meredith, will go far to put this event. I wiiicii was him run last car, on an equal basis with the time honored cham pionships It, huh nip an, I tuck all Iho way, wltli the Wcstoui ni,.r ,,Wil).H keeping up with tin, ,. ,.a Kaufman of Pint, hustled his wav to In. front at the start, but before the nrst LIVVA - - PENTATHLON WINNER AT PENN MEET II . ' I llonard llerry of Pennsylvania, vrho excellril In rlcr) rirnt nml Itrokr Ihr rrrard In Ihr 1,500 inrtre run. furlong was finished the determined sprint of Jelko put Princeton on even terms with Smith of Wisconsin at the heels of the pair. In the next relay of the furlong Wal lace for Princeton and Lcnnon for Penn sylvania Just managed to break even, nnd again Wisconsin was knocking at tho door. As soon as the quarter mllers were slipped away Dlsinond begun a brilliant rush that sent him to the front like a shot out of a gun. Tho dusky flier was making the big bid for Chicago and he turned over a lead of eight yards to Stout, who wound up for Chicago. This would have been good against any man but Meredith, for though the Quaker was a few yards behind the Princeton man when he took up the battle, ho flew past the Tiger and in less than n furlong was onlv a couple if yards behind Stout. White waiting on the Chlcagoan ii new danger threatened for Meredith when Harxey of Wisconsin loomed up on the last bend and actually passed the Olympic champion. Stout nlso held his lend on Ted until the turn into the homestretch, when Meredith called on that supreme power that has won him scores of races. With the Penn cheers ringing In his ears he burst between the two Western ers and dashed on to victory by five yards. Chicago and Wisconsin fought it out to tho end, Stout of Chicago tak ing the place by inches. Wlarnnsli tram wins. In winning the longer relay the Wis- conbin men conserved their energy for the championships to-morrow. All ran In perfect form and retlectcd great credit on their trainer, Tom Jones. Williams was contented with a lead of two yards at the quarter relay which set tho men in motion and Merrill stretched the ad vantage to twenty-five yards in running the half ml'.e. Tho three-quarters Just smothered the Penn team, for Sehardt had eighty yards oer the Penn runner. HemNh ran the mile for Wisconsin and Jogged along at the finish to win by nriy yards. The luminaries : Pentathlon. Pentathlon t'xlnt Score Ws by Howard Kerry. Pennsylvania. t points; A. Nnsh, Itutssrs. 13 points, second: K. Kunkle. Penn stt, 16 points, third; W. Crtlghton, Pennsylvania. It points, fourth; J. Dew hurst. Georgetown, !2 point, tlfth llroa.l .lump Won by Herry. 10 feet S'i lnche; Xah, 20 feet :i Inches, second, Kunkle. 19 feet 51, inches, third; Dew burst, l feet 3 Inches, fourth: W, CrelBh ton, Pennsylvania, 11 feet 11 4 inches, fifth. Throwlne the Javelin Won by Berry, wltli Hr, fet 2i Inches; Nash. 129 feet It Inches, second; Crelfhton, 125 feet 1 Inch, third; Kunkle, Hi feet 10; Inches, fourth; Dewliurst. 102 feet " Inches, fifth. 200 Meters Won hy Berry, 23 2-5 see. ends; Nash. 24 1-1 seconds, second; Crelgh ton, 2 1-6 seconds, third: Kunkle. 25 seconds, fourth. Dewhurst, 25 2-3 seconds, rtflh Tim--23 2-5 seconds. tilsciis Throw Won by Herry, 100 feet "4 indies, Nash, 100 fet 34 Inches, sec. nnd; Kunkle, St, feot 9V Inches, third, Dewhurst, s feet 1 Inelies, fourth; I'relk-htnn. feet ; of nn Inch, fifth. 1,600 Meter Hun Won by Herry; Kun kle, second. Crelshton. third: Dswhurat, fourth: Nash, tlfth. Time 4 minutes 29 4-0 seconds. New collegiate record. Championship Relaja, Medley Hprlnt. First and Kenond Men Itunnlnir 220 Yards. Third Man 410 Tards, fourth Man Half Mile Won by I'ensyl vanla, with 1. Kaufman. T, I.ennon, A. S.-udder and J. K Mredlth: Chicago sec ond. with P. I'ershlnir, II, flark, II. DIs mond and f Htout Wisconsin third, with C. t-mlth. W. Carter, II. Williams and W, Harvey; Princeton fourth, with K. Jelke, (1 Wallace, II Itlchardson and J, Hsrr. Time 3 minutes 2 3-5 seconds. New world's record. Distance Medley, first man running a quarter mile, second one-half mils, third three-quarters of a mile, and fourth on mile- -Won by Wisconsin, with It. Williams, II. Merrl.l. A. Sehardt find 1. Hernial! , Pennsylvania, second, with T. Oonnollv, T. Pope. l. Ms-ninnd nnd A. Koethem. Time, 11 minutes 12 seconds. School Itelats, Philadelphia (irammnr School t"hamplonahlp--Won by redasngy Practice; lll.ilne, second; Southwark, third; IMinUn, fourth. Time, 1 minute 47 3.3 seconds Philadelphia Parochial School Champion ship Won by St. Stephen's; HI Elizabeth's, second. Immaculate Conception, third; St. James, fourth. Time, 1 minute 46 1-r, se ends SI'KCIAI. KVKNTN. 440 Yard Hurdle, First Heat Won by I,. Williams, Weslevan, c. WUIttlnu, I'enn Slate, second, K, lliuun, H racuse, third. Time, m 3-S seconds. Second Heat Won l,v M. Hurke, Wis. contlrt; J, Conneli, penn Slate, second; T lioiiKherty, lviuisjlv.ini. i, third. Time. s;i se. onds, Final Iteit -Won by M. nurke, wis. onsln, I,. Williams. Wesleyan, second: D. Trenholin. Dartmouth, thlnl: c. Whiting, I'enn State, fourth. Time, Si; 3 seconds, Throwing r,G Pound Weight. Won hv i. H'hlte, Syracuse, with 31 feet S inches; A. Illi'b.lrds. Cornell, second, with 3U feet 10Kj Inches. II. Itolierls, Harvard, third, t( 2'i feet 2 Iriches; T. Johnson, Syracuse, fourth. With 27 feet 6J Inches, New eol leKlate record, Itunnliig Hop, Step and Jump Won by W Carter, Illinois, with 43 feet lnh: II. 1'os.ue, Illinois second, with 4.', feet 6 '4 linlies; I llertotet, I'l ii'is) Ivaida, third with 41 feet .'I Inches, A. I'almor, pefni Slate, fourth, with 41 feet , K..,. ,rw ..illeKlate record. ThrtiwitiR H! Pound Hammer Won bv .V, MiCorinlck, Cornell, wltli ISO feet 2 Itirhes; II, llnberts. Harviril, second, with 13il feet Inch: T. Johnson, Syracuse, third, with 134 reel 10 inches; J, Suther land, I'lltsburg, fourth, wllb 111 fast I ..,W,. TTPT.fj ... ..... YOUNG APPLEBY BEATS VETERAN P0GGENBUR6 Youthful nillinrd Export (Jains Lor on the Motropoli tnn Cup. - I Kranels S. Appleby defeated the ' veteran billiard player. J. Ferdinand I ppggenbtitv. In their match for a leg on the Metropolitan cup last night at the I.tederkranz by a score of 3U0 to 202. The jilaylttt of oung Appleby wan so consMent that It was he who seemed to be the old timer. He made many fine masse shots, while Poggenburg slipped up on them. Poggenburg was first to score, gather ing a cluster of four In the first frame. Appleby was leadlm: t 5 to I at the end of the third Inning. Pogvenburg then made two more, following which hn ran fi5. The run, which proved to lie his lilghetd, kept him to the fore until the eighteenth inning. Appleby then set tho pace an a result of u run of 12. I In the nineteenth frame he gathered I three more and then lie mado bis high I tun of the tnatrh. He topped thin off in the twenty-first Innin-; with tin un ' finished run of D2, wltmlnK a leg on the cup. Tho csip has been competed for flvo times. Cope .Morton of Philadelphia won the first leg, following which Poggenburg won It three times. Appleby Is the third one to liuve his iwvmo Inscribed on the bowl. Tho score; Francis S, Appleby- 1, 2, 2. 0, 10. 2. 0, .1, 1. 30, 5, 0, 3, 0. 11, 2.1. 24. 12, 3. 7. 52, Total 300 Aterase, 11 r. 21 nish runs, 52, 23 and 24 J. Ferdinand I'ogsentxirg 4. n, 0. 2, :, 3. 1, 0, 0. 45, 2, 3, o. 10. 0. 0. 2, I. 2. 13, 46 Total, 202. Average, 3 13-21. Mich runs 60. 44, 45 and 15. lonhlii Marra at Forest Hills. Theodore Roosevelt Tell and Karl H. Hehr, middle States douhles champions, will meet Watson M, Washburn nnd Frederick H. Alexander to-day In a spe cial exhibition douhles tennis match nt the Went Side Tennis Club courts, Forest Hills, L. I. The match will be started at 3 o'clock. Snow Holds irp Golf Tnnm.rr. WOM.AKTON, Mass., April 2H. Kor tho first time in the history of tho Massa chusetts tlolf Association 11 tournament had to be postponed to-day on account of snow, A white mantle five Inches deep covered the Wollaston course this noon and tho second round of match play wiuj called off, fireentrlch Clnh Ilolit IMeld Hay. I Ohkknwh'h, Conn.. April 28. W. A. ' Fllnn'a team defeated the tenm cap-1 laineq ny i.' i. I larceny In a twenty seven hole golf contest to-day nt tlm Orcenwlch Field Club's annual field day. J, K. llerry and F. W. Hoenlngbaus boxed a five round exhibition. Tho base ball game between teams cnptnlnod by C M. Chester, Jr., and J. It. Collin waa won by the latter, 17 to . Hpper Montrlalr Dsn More Land. MoNTCf-Atn, N. J April 28,With tho opening of Its golf season to.morrow, tho Upper Montclalr Country Club announces that plans have been made for enlarging and Improving the course. A tract of land Including more than six acres tins been purchased by the club and will be developed during tho coming season and added to tho course next year. This land Is north of tlm clubhouse and parallels what Is now called the borderland hole. Constance Titus Will Describe Races for 'Sun' fJONSTANCE S. TITUS, former Amcricnn chnmpion nt both sweeps and sculls, of interna tional reputation- as nn oarsman und writer, will jrive his expert opinion on the college regattas exclusively for Tub Sun. Titus has been n fumiliur figuro at all the big rowing rnccs which hnve been held for the last twenty yeurs and was in active competi tion for fifteen yearn. He com peted in England and in Canada an well as in tho United States, and is the only man who ever won the American titles at both Hweeps und sculls on tha sane day. " f..BT...,.fcu 3 PENN'S LONG STROKE GIVES NAVY A TASK Annapolis Crew, to Row To dny Is Not So Finished as nod and Blue Eight. QUAKER CLEANUP LIKELY r ciwuTAjfCE . Tinm. tlellrerl amateur champion at weeps and senile. Annapolis, April S8. The two strokes which will he used In the eight onred shell race between Pennsylvania and United States Naval Academy to-morrow are quite different. The middles have a short body swing, but use their legs to a great extent, with a long slide, but this does not make up for the Quakers' long stroke. The Annapolis crew Is far from being a finished one compared with the smooth, polished eight from the Schuylkill, al though Joe Wright Is not yet satisfied and expects to have his men rowing In better form before the big events are reached. It looks to me as though the lied and Hlue oarsmen will make a cleanup In the varsity, second varsity and freshman races, especially If It Is rough, because they are better together than the Navy, are fur superior watermen and aro much faster at starting. I am positive that they will not tire so quickly. The men swing fore anil nft In their shelli -nlth tho regularity of a pendulum of a clock, which one does not see In the Navy's crews. When the Navy men catch the water Mime shoot the sent In the first part of the stroke and also bend their elbows; In other words, the break In the arms Is too enrly In their stroke, and this will tire a man quickly, .rm Only a t'nnnrrtliur I. Ink. A man's nrtn N a mere connecting link between the oar and his body. The weight of the torso should lie thrown baik as quickly ns possible In a smooth manner. Some of the Navy men's foreheads hang downward Instead of being up nt the finish of the stroke. The middles are using very wide blade oats, although their ciew Is much heavier thnn Penn sylvania's. I am afraid they cannot pull these blades through fust and hard enough for a mile and seven-sixteenths, which will also tend to take the life out of the crew In the last van of 'ho race. I had the opportui.it of seeing all the crews out this afternoon. Kach covered about four mile?. All their work was of short sprints and practising starts. Pennsylvania got her stroke uv to forty-two clcnn ones and u fast brek away from the starting posts. Navy put In forty-six In a scrambling style, show ing poor uniformity throughout. This Is the first opportunity the Quakers have had on rough water, and I must snv their work is clean. Pcnn's freshman crew did iot arrive from Philadelphia until late this after noon They were Immediately boated, after which they rowed lip the Severn P.lver in nn easy paddle for about four miles. Coach Wright gave his young sters a few Instructions on starting. Hough Water Bothers Quakers. Owing to the rough water Pennsyl vania had to put strips on the wash box to keep the waves out, and as a rule tlm sight of these narrow strlisi on the bow are annoying to a freshman as much ns blinders Ire to a young horse. No one ran tell what 'first year men will do In a boat ruce, but this crew looks good In Its class. It must bo remembered that Coach Wright has only two old varsity men In tho shell. Pepper rowing No. r, nnd Capt. Schlckerinu rowing No. 7. Wright had first nnd second varsity out In tho morning for at least an hour and they went through tho ssmo urdivil late In the afternoon. He expect to take his csews out to-morrow morning st 10 o'clock, weather permitting. To-morrow's races should prove Inter esting because of the different methods they are using In the training camps. Pcnn's crews are Ismted about tho same nu l..t.t Uti.vit.t,- ........ .i . "-,-Mii.j, .i,.-i4 wiry neieaieu I 1. lift In niir-h ft .Idi.i... - ...v..-.,..- milliner. C0LLYER ELECTED CAPTAIN. 1 Stroke Oar Chooen to I.a Cornel J Orarw. I Ithaca, N. T April 21 Johnny Coll- ' yer. stroke oar of the Cornell varsltv eiht, wns elected captain of the crow by the members of the eight to-day. He Is tho first crew captain elected In sev eral yeans. Ktr some time the crew leader has been known ns commodore nnd usually was chosen when the oars men got back to Ithaca after the Pousjh keepsle races. Col Iyer, whose home Is In Chelsea-on-the-Hudson, Is ranked with Ilrlgga, IJddlo Foots, s. i. Weed ami Howeii as the gTeatert stroke oars ever developed by Courtney, He pace.1 the, b!g eight to victory last year and the year before stroked tho winning fresh man eight. Collyer is a Junior In tho university now. WINS SHOOT BY ONE POINT. Illrharilann, Itolairaro 7haraplon, firi 1141 nt 8B0. PmiaPKLnttA. April 2. Do nidi-1 nrdson. champion of Delaware, with an aggregate- score of .141 In sun v... a single point the ninth annual registered tournament of the Keystone .Shooting league, concluded to-clny at Holmes burg Junction. He shattered 171 tar gets of a possible 175, one more target than he broke yesterday. The victor nosed out It. K flpotts of New- York, who missed only 10 of his 350 targets. Other scores wereit FrM Penn, Atlan tic City, 33i J. Phillips, Trenton, 332; Charles H, Newcomb, Philadelphia, 331 j Joseph Molliigh, Wilmington, 331 ; Thomas Martin, Jrnklntown. 329; W, H, Wolstencroft, Philadelphia, 327 ; Kted Znlgler. Allentnwn, 326 ; II. Itanney, New York, 325 ; Vincent Oliver, Philadelphia, 324; Chnrles Tlllings, New York. 323 ; It, King, Trenton, 323. Harry Wells, the New York profes sional, made the best high run, 134, He smashed 100 straight and got the Wawaset trophy, . 1 N. Y. SWIMMERS SECOND, Illinois Athlntln Polo Tram Wins A. A. If. Tills. ClltOAOo, April 2S. The Illinois Ath letle Club water polo aeven beat the Chicago Athletic Association and the Now York Athletic Club teams, thereby annexing the N, A. A, U, title. Tills game wound up the N, A, A, U, competition and returned the I, A. C, vlotor for the) 1916 season with 80 points' The New York A. C. landed second place with 41. Lynch Kleritrd Vale Captain. Nr.w Haves, Conn.. April 28 Francis K. V, l-yneh of Lawrence, Mass., was elected captain of th Yale fresh men buaball team to-day as th men started on their annual sprint trip. HERRESHOFF PLAYS TWO GOOD MATCHES With Sharwood, Battfirson and Pfl ul Reaches Semi-final at Lakowood. SOUTHERNER DOES WELL I.AKr.woon, N, J April'38. Two met ropolitan golfers, one Phlladelphlan and a Southerner survived the first two match rounds of the spring tournament of the Country Club of Iakewood to-day, Sid ney R. Sharwood. Merlon ; J. O. Batter son, Fox Hills; W. M. Paul, Mecklenburg-, and Fred Herreshoff, Garden City, are the four golfers left In the fight for the chief trophy, and as It will he Shar wood against Hatterson In one seml-flnal match to-morrow morning and Paul against Herreshoff In the other the golf ers from the home district have a chanco to monopolize the final of the first Met ropolitan tourney of the year. The odds aro against their doing so, however, as Sharwood, who won the medal yesterday. Is expected to beat Hatterson, while the Paul-Hrrreshoft battle should be one of tho best of the tourney, with neither the favorite. Chief Interest to-day centred In the work of Herreshoff, for his many friends all wanted to see him play as he played In tho days before Illness threatened to end his career on the links. He wns not quite the Herreshoff of old to-day, but he wns nenr enough to It to gladden the hearts of many who watched him. As was the case In tho qualifying round yesterday he was driving a remarkably long ball, and this morning repeated his trick of driving hole high on the 29fi yard fourteenth. His short earns was lacKing in nnesse nt times, his worst shot being n short pitch when there was a bunker or other obstruction between him and the green. "I can't seem to get that shot," he said sorrowfully after an especially atro cious effort In the thirteenth hole In his first round match against IF. C Knyser of Scarsdale, Kayser Pata I'd Rood Plaint. Kayser put up 11 good fight despite the fact that be was outdistanced from every teo and kept the match golnic to. the sixteenth green, where the former Metropolitan champion won by 3 up and 2 to play, Herreshoff was out In 41 nnd he repeated the performance against V, C. I.ongley In the afternoon., Umgley won the rtrst ho'.o but that was about all as Herreshoff sipiared the (natch on the second green and then kept forging ahead steadily to win by 7 up and 6 to play. Paul, who will I Herreshoffs op ponent to-morrow motnlng. won his way into the semi-final by beat In two excel lent golfers nnd playlnK some of tho best Kolf of tho day while doing so. Tho North Carolinian, who once lived and played golf In the North, had Jlorace T. Cook of Trenton on his hands this morn liuf, but did not tem much worried by that fact for he went out In 38 and woii by 5 up and 4 to play. T. W. Case ot Ownroo was Paul's afternoon opponent, nnd for the first five holes the match was a oloso one. Then Case began to blow up and did the Job so thoroughly that Paul for the second time ended his match on the fourteenth frreen and won by a a anil 4 margin. The medallist and Merlon champion, Sharwood, hail to work hard to win Isith of his matrhes, although neither of his opponents wns expected to force him to bis lest efforts. C. Tiffany Itlch ardson tackled Sharwood first and car rle.l tho Phlladelphlan all tlie way to the homo green, nnd Schuyler Van Vech ten of Ilaltusrol did almost as well In the afternoon, for be hung on to the seventeenth green. Sharwood winning by only 2 up nnd 1 to play. Playing a ganw like that of a young ster J. a. Hatterson, the Fox Hills vet eran, downed II. V. (laities of Wykafryl and S. K. de Forest, I.nkewood, on his way to tlm seml-flnal. Hatterson did not look rsjieiMally formidable to either of them When he started out, but be fore long they both forgot his age and weight In trying vainly to keep pace with his golf, Hntterson won Ioth matches easily and feels fit and ready to tncklo Sharwood In tho momlti;. Two rounds In all five slxteens wer played to-day, and the beaten eights go; under way this afternoon. In addition to the seml-ilnals and finals In all di visions to-morrow there will be the usual eighteen hole handicap, with prlies for the best net and gross scores. The sum maries: Plrst Stxtoen" First Hound 9 Vajl Vech ten, Tlaltuarol. defeated N. B. tfprague. In wood, 1 up; 8. B. Sharwood, Marlon, de. feated C. T. niohardsou. National, 1 up; S. K Deforest. lAkanood, defeatad E. K. Allsop. Daltuaml, 1 up (10 boles); J. O. Hatterson. forest Hill, defeated II. O. Oalnej. Wykagyl, 4 and : T. W. Case, Owtaoo, defeated II. A. Stelnar, In wood. 1 up (10 boles); W. N. Paul. Mecklenburg, defeated If, T. Oook. Trtntsn, 6 and 4. Vred HarreshofT, Oarden City, defeated II. C. Kajer. Scaradala, 8 snd I; V. o. Ixnsley, N'atlotval, defaated V. 13. Majison, Knglewoesl, 1 up (It holes). Second Hound Bharwood beat Van Vechten, 2 and 1; Hatterson beat Deforest, nnd 2; Paul beat Cne. 6 and 4; Ilerras hnrf heat lnirley. 7 snd 6. Iiesten elKht of first slxtesm: first round Sprafiia won from Itlchardson by de fault, Oalnea beat Allsop. S up; Htelner heat Cook, 1 up (It holes); Kaysar beat Mnuaon, up. Hcord Hlxteon: Klrat Rnund F. I. Dun forth. North Fork, defeated F. B. Kimball, I.nkesrtvwi, 4 and !; R. C. Maxwell, Trsn- inn, noreaieti j. n Kny, ileal, 6 and 41 W o Prullrh, Ms Angelas, defeated II. 8. Orahiiu. lUltuarol, 4 and ij a n. Olllett. Wykayy! defaatad r. A. Proal. Rumaon. by default; A. T. Height. Masaapequa. de. featea (j, li, Howell. I.akesnod, 4 and ,1, A. J. MrClure, Lakewood, defeated W. A, ltas-by, Trenton, 4 and I; C. I Maxwell. Trenton, d-feald C, f. Wxon. Philadelphia Country. 3 and 3; O. n. Hudson, North and i n",", c' c Mahopao. 4 Second Round Danfortli bsat Maxwell, t up: mileh beat Olllatt. : and 1; Mc Clure best Half lit, 1 and 4 1 Maxwell beat Hudson. I and i. Hasten Kliht ef flecflnd Sixteen, First Itound Kelley won from Kimball by da. fault, Graham won from Praal by default. Howell beat Bagby. and 4; Lima beat Dixon, 6 and 4, Third Hlxteen. Klrat Round W. II. La. inaMens, Olen llldge, defeated E H. Wis well. Montclalr, 1 up; J. R. TwyefTort, Hrldgehainntou, defeated J, T. ailleanle Morris County. I up (nineteen holes) ; t T Allsopp, Baltusrol. defeated J, Davles, Areola. 1 nnd 4; H. a. Mesalngar. Hprlng Lake, defaated C. A, Spoftord. Our. dan City, up; v. It. MacLoughlln, ?.1'.,J.I' defeated .1. F. MunFadd.n Fox IIIll. 3 snd l: P. N. Ooburn. Ikewood. defeated (1. W. Van Vlack. Sraradale. 4 ?.nd.5' 'f Kingsland, lnox, defeated l?'i h I?p,ni Nsu, 1 up (nineteen, holes); W t. Rarr. Htatsn Ialand, defeated II llungerford, Deal, l up (nln.teen nolea), Hscond Round Twyeffort beat V Mas. aena, 4 and J; Allsopp beat Mssslnrsr. 3 upi Mael.aurhlln won from Cohurn by de fault, Klngaiand. beat Rarr, 1 up. Beaten Kliht of Third Sixteen, First Round atlleipte beat Wlawell. 3 ana l: Hpofford beat navies, 8 and 4; MacFmdden beat Van Vlack, 4 anol; Hunf"rfird b.a" Tsrptn, 2 up, rourtn nutean, nret Round P. 8. p, skill, beat n. Sudami Laktwoo'd. fi and 81 E. O. Prater, Deal, beat W. L. Kin. tain 1 m nn . - .. J , . . .... 1,1 stein. Inwood, S and 4; p. je, liiillar. rial. tusrol. heat T. S. Wheeler. Pla.nrV.ld. i up t nineteen holes); It, R Osterhoudt. TwttBlfsklll, heat A. J. Charters. Ika. wood, 1 up (nineteen holes) riacoiia Houiul llamlfilnli h..t aiiu T nd t; Decker beat Hochattr, I nd i; ;?.s,.Bc.J,AtlJF, J.4.nt ; otri BMUa Clint ot fourth tta Vint Rendolph, Lakewood, heat P. W. Knatm Wee Burn. and 4: O. A. AllsoppT nlY. tusrol. beut Jamaa Barber, Enrlewood s and 2; W Rice Hochster, Deal, beat F A, Potts, Lakewood. 1 up (nineteen holaai' It, F Danker, Baltusrol, beat J II. Ottul' Nssiau I s till 1, I l T..T.I-L "'-.",,!?I WHAT THE SCHOLASTIC ATHLETES ARE DOING (Scholastic KreaU Te-day. BASEBALL. Townsend Harris vs. Curtis at C. C. N. T. Stadium. J'olv l'ren va. Peelcakllt M. A. at Peeks- kill. Evander Chllda vs. Jamaica at Bronx Oval. Lakewood vs. Stujrvaeant at Lakewood, N. J. Clinton vs. Fordhatn Prep at Lenox oval. St. John's l'ren va. Hamilton Institute at Ht. John's Field. Uushwlck vs. New Utrecht at West End Oval. . . Manual va. commercial at commeroiai Field. Krasmus Hall vs. Morris at Erasmus. Commerce vs. N. Y. Military School at Cornwall. Hoys High vs. St. Paul's School at Gar den city. Irving School vs. Concordia School st Tarrytown. , Heflley Institute vs. Freeporl st Free, port. Horace Mann vs. Rtngaley Soheol at Es ex Fells. Ht. Francis Xavter vs. St. Frsnclt Prep st Parade Grounds. Clason Point M, A. vs. I .a Salle at Clsson t'oM. Manhattan Prep vs. St. Augustine's Academy at Parade Grounds. Ht. Augustine vs. Manhattan Prep at West Cheater. Ht. Stephen's vs. Lady of Mercy st Parade Orounds. Ht Francis va. fit. Peter's at Parade (Irnunde. St. Mary's vt. St. Charles at Parade Grounds. Hnly Cross va. Good Counsel at Parade Grounds. St. Anthony vs. St. Joseph at Parade Grounds. Nativity vt. St. Patrick's st Parade Grounda. Ht. Teresa.' vs. St. Vincent st Psrade Grounds. Sacred Heart va St. John's st Tarsde Grounds. TENNIS. Curtis s. Clinton st Curtis Morris va. Evander Childs at Morris. Townsend Harris vs. Stuyvessnt at Townsend. , Ituehwlck vs. Eastern District st Bush w Ick. New ftrecht va. Commercial at New Utrecht. Erasmus Hall v Boys High at Erasmus. Poly Prep m. Flushing at I'oiy Prep. TRACK. Mr) ant va. Commerce at Astoria Field. I'enn relays at Philadelphia. St. Francis Prep broke Into the win column yesterday, defentlng the nine of Heflley Institute at the Parade (Irounds by n score of to 4, The winning tally was made In the last Inning, the eighth. With Farrell on base. Pitcher Fitzgerald doubled to left field. Heflley used two pitchers, Polso, who fanned six, nnd Sheehy, who retired two on strikes. Fitzgerald fanned seven. Sheehy. Dono van. O'Connor and Moqueen hit well, The score: a ii e. Ht Francis . IMUM 1 i 15 1 Hefflev 0000000 44 . 1 llatterles Fitzgerald and McDonnell, Poison, Hheehy and Harris. Jamaica won from Richmond Hill yes terdav on the former's diamond by a score' of 2 to 1. O'Malley and neadlc. the opposing pitchers, were In good form, allowing three and four hits respec tively. O'Malley had one more strike nut to his credit, however, fanning eight. The score: R. II. E. Jamaica 1010009 02 4 I Richmond Hill OOOOOOIS 0 1 3 3 Batteries O'Malley and Fuldner: Beadle ml I.edgner Sherman was elected captain of the Townsend Harris Hall swimming team yesterday. Newtown won out In the ninth from Flushing yesterday nt rjlmhurst. The scoro was 7 to 6, Robertson tni-sed away his own game. Honlgbloom led off for Newtown and reached first on an error. IlobertJion made two wild pitches nnd on a sacrifice fly Honlgbloom scored. Krunhaus, the Newtown catcher, followed with a single nnd then on a series of wild throws started by Rob ertson he scored. Miller played a good round Barber beat Knapp, 3 and 2; Ottley won from l'otts by default, Ein stein beat 8usjam. 1 up. Charters beat Wheeler, & and 3 Fifth Sixteen First round T J. Lin tell, Forest Hlllf beat Ridley Watts, Mor rls County, nnd i; W. 11, Smock. Heal, beat R. E. Thlbaut. Tuxedo, 5 and 3: A. M Llnnott, Forest Hill, beat J F Mathews. Ardsley, 3 and 2, 11, A. Sherman, Apa uu.ml, wen from II P, Carter, Lakewood, hv default. E. I llyrna. Heal, best J, E. Ksber. Richmond County. 3 and 2; II. W. Sykes. Wtkaxi, beat F. Dunderdale, crescent. 3 and 1; L. P. Rider, Niussau, beat C II. Smith. lUltusrol, : and 1. A. '. Nelson, Lakenood, beat (. U. Judd, Waterbury. J up. Second f.ound Smoek beat Llntott. 1 up. Sherman beat Llnnott. 2 up; Byrne beat Sk, 1 up; Ridley belt Nelson, 2 and 1 Ileaten Eight of Fifth Sixteen First round Watts beat Thlbaut, 5 nd 4; Mnthens won from Carter by default. Fnber best riunderdaU, f and 4; Smith won from Judd by default. TO USE TWO C0UBSES AGAIN. trnlveraltr dnb Golfer Will Flay at Plplna1 Rock and Naitaa, The two course pln which succeeded so well last fnll will be tried again by the University Club Clolf Association, which announced yesterday that Its an nual spring tournament will be played on Wednesday, May 10, at Nassau and Piping Hock. A was done last fall, tho field will be dlvlHed into two sections, one playing In tho morning at Nassau while the other ts at Piping Book, and then changing courses at luncheon time. Despite the fart that the tourney last fall was held on a wet and stormy day, tha size of tho field justified the use of the two courses, and if May 10 prove to be a fair day, the field this spring- Is tire to be even larger. Prizes will be provided for the best thirty-six holes gross, best eighteen holes gross, heat three net scores for thirty-six holes, tieet net score for each course, afternoon round, and best selected score eighteen holes. Entries of count are restricted, to member of the University Club, and should be sent to S. Cllffton Mabon at 4S Wall street, so that they will be iu his hands by the afternoon of Mon day, May 8. Tha members of the com mittee in charge of tho tournament are Oeorg IL Hazen, A. P. Alvurd. John T. Clllesptea Percy R. Pyne 2d, James A. Htlllman and H. Cllffton Mabon. IMrkrtt, Riflemen's Captain. n. E. PIckBtt. a sophomore, was elected captain of the Columbia rifle team for next year at a meeting yes terday of tha Class C champions of the War Department's tournament, Pickett was the star of the team all year, tscor Ing six perfect cards In the last six meets, W. H. Fogg, varsity coxswain of the 1HB crew. wn elected president of tho club. P. Petzel was chosen vice president, J, K. Oelsler secretary and A. Itlchardson treasurer. VAN C0TT WINS IN FAST TIME. tetter Hark In 40 Yard Dash at Hrhonl Game. R. Van Cott Of Pllhlln R..hnnl S Krt tered a P. 8. A, I record In winning uio n yarn naen at tne annual games of Athletic District 11 of Brooklyn at the Twenty-third Beglment Armory last nlirhf. Ilia time wns r. S.r. ...... which la one-fifth of a second faster man tue oia mark. Allan W. Potts qualified In his heat In this event, but failed to hav his number recorded Hnd was disqualified. Public School 9 for the eighth con secutive year won the team honors with 71 points. Public Bchool 93 was sec ond. with B0 points, and Fubllo School 8 third, with S6 point gnme In left field for Newtown. He caught three men at the plate. Th score : n. if. e. Newtown UHltlH 27 10 3 riushlng .1 2000000 1 S 13 4 H.itlrrles Wacha and Krunhaus; Robert ton and Duncan. Brooklyn Prep bent Adelphl Academy yesterday at the latter1 field by a score of 8 to 1. The game wns originally scheduled for to-day, but because of three of the Brooklyn Prep ball players running on the school relay tenm at Philadelphia to-dny the contest wns ad vanced. The playing of Catcher Harri son and Kschman at short for Brooklyn Prep wero tho features. Harrison caught three men In a row trying to oleal second, while Hschinond accepted thir teen nut of fourteen chance at short. The scoro: R II. E. Brooklyn Prep.,0 0 0 1 0 0 3 4 0 R 13 3 Adelphl n ooooioo o I s 2 Ilitterles Malhamv and Harrison; De marest, Morton and Doblln. Horace Mann defeated Poly Prep at tennis esterday on the former' courts by a scoro of 4 to 1. itelner won the only match for Poly, downing Livingston at 6 1, C 1. Tho scores: Singles lientty, Horace Mann, defeated Kent, l'nly t'rep. 6 4, 3; Haldensteln, Horace Mann, defeated Frantls. Poly Prep, 64, 4; Reiner. Poly Prep, defeated Livingston, Horace Mann, 81, C 1. Doubles Haldensteln snd Dentley, Horace Mann, defeated Francis and Kent, l'oly Prep, 8 4, 3s Livingston nnd Kaltenbach, Horace Mann, defeated Reiner and !ott, l'oly Prep. 115, 34, 62. Tho Adelphl Academy-Hoys High ten nls match scheduled for yesterday at Adelphl Field was positioned by mutual consent. The teams will meet on May 18. N.w Bni'NswiCK, N. J.. April 23. Hutgers Prep defeated the Plngry School ...... ... .1... .... .- . .. t , n " .(II,. miir ii'".i.tj iij rii'ir 4- iu ... - llersliman, the former star of the Knis- muH fiau nine ni uroosiyii nmc.i iu too Hutgers victory. T....I- tll.. Iu ....... ..,.'...l.l 41.M -.1 t ti.i. . ......... ....... i.nu I llivcmeiiu lumi DCIloui 11.11:11 tr,tiii, hub nn embryo champ, namely, Harry Kra tnvllle, who has been credited with the following performances: 100 In 10 3-5, 220 in 23 4-S. 20 feet S Inches In the broad Jump, and Is also a rattling good hurdler. Kelly has a corking one mile relay team and Is anxious to try It out against some of the local talent. He reports that tho Suffolk Count) League Is one of the strongest In scho latlc competition nnd pays that practi cally three-fourths of the students try out for the track team. Kelly should be able to develop some wonderful tnl ! etit out on the Island, as bis reputation as a developer of novices Is well known I throughout the metropolitan district. The Townsend Harris baseball team will play Bryant on May 27, It was one of the three open dates on the I Townsend schedule. Manager Merrltt i Booth would like to close May 20 and I June 3. Erasmus Hall will be the only Brook lyn school entered In the high school division at the Penn relays to-day. The school will be repreented by William (oldman, Newton Nash, Ralph Voor hees and Joe Hublnsteln. If successful In the class race the team will start In the national title event. The Catholic High Schools Baseball League will hejcln Its championship tour nament to-day. Three games will be played. The schools entered in the tour t.ey are Claon Point M, A., Ia Salle. St. Francis Xavler, St. Pronels Prep, Man hattan Prep and St. Augustine's Academy, ABDSLEY ISSUES PROGRAMME. Three Miteens Will Br Provided For at Invitation Tourney. Tile Ardsley club has Issued the pro gramme for Its Invitation golf tourna ment on May 11. 12 and 13. Thren six teens and an equal number of beaten eights have been provided for. with prizes for the winner nnd runner up In each Mxtecn nnd for tho winners of the beaten eights. All of the first day will be devoted to the eighteen hole qualifying round, so all four match rounds, Including the finals also, will be at eighteen holes. The usual handicap w.ll be played on tho last day of tho tourney. Saturday. May 13. Entries for the tournament must bo received nt the clubhouse before Tuesday. May 9. at C P.M., but entries for the handicap will be accepted at the first tee up to 2 P. M, on Sarurdav. The member of the Ardsley club golf committee who have charge of the tourney areAnson F. Hohlnson, chair man ; Charles A. Cass, Thomas S. l'uller, Alfred H. Mcaoham, Townsend Hornor and Francis L. Madden. OUIMET'S CLUB HESITATES. Director Postpone Artton on Rt raoTlinx Name From I.lat. BoSTON, April 2S. The directors of tho Woodland Golf Club held a meeting here to-night nnd discussed nt length the letter of Secretary Howard V. Whit ney of the United States Ciolf Associa tion requesting that tho club withdraw the names of Francis Oulmet, John H. Sullivan. Jr.. and Paul Towkshury from the Massachusetts Golf Association's handicap list. Practically all tha directors were pres ent and when the meeting adjourned Secrotnry Irvln J. French made the announcement that no definite action had been taken with respect to the matter und that another meeting would be called within a few days, WAR ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS, Coarhe and Dlannaers More to Ilrnp Inefficient Ours. F'HlLAngtPHiA. April 2S.At a meet Ing of coaches and managers of college football teams here to-night n plftrl wns adopted whereby officials who aro Ineffl clent will be eliminated from the lists submitted to the central loard of offl das. Robert C. Folwell, l.end coach of tho Unlvenrity of Pennsylvania team miggestert that the central board select officials ns It hxt done In the past but have nu elimination list of Ineffi cient officials. , Coach Cavanaugh of Dartmouth e.tld Hint he knew of several men who offl elated nt big games who did not know the game. Coach Hush of Princeton suggested that new officials show their ability In preliminary games. Steelier Throw Amrrloua Trrlee. mtriMonc, April 28 Joe Rteoher, the Nebraslca wrestler, threw Amerious the local mat artist, In two etrnight falls tO-niirht. Ntecher uvin l,a eM. - minutes ic seconds and the seoond tan in . minutes a& seconds, Both falls wero gained by his famous scissors and bar bold. I Mercalf Itrtnrn to Columbia. T. Nelson Metc.tlf. head coach of the Columbia football leant, took charge of tho spring gridiron practice yesterday on South Field. Metealf i-pen't a week at Oherlln, his old alma mater, anslst In In the coaching of the gridiron squad In the Ohio Institution and also helping out with th track team. TWO TITLE HOLDERS BEATEN AT FENCING Sherman Ifnll of X. Y. . ft, Champion With Sabro. s Only One to llppp.-it. CONTESTS VKLh KOIciir flhermnn Hall of the New Yuri, i rt c Club wns tho only fencing cliamn u . managed to retain his title lut-- n,K , tne nnai rounds for tho nation i . . , plonstilps nt the Hotel Astor. II. ,i . i qualified for the finals with n 1 t ,r , weapons, but It was only with tile ,v,f, the weanori will, whli.1i ii .. , plonshlp Inst year, that he wns'n..e t niii.v.'v n, ti. if. In the foils event I. tent n t ... , son was deposed as champion 'bv Allre.i rs. piiuur iii uio Illinois Atnuie fi ,k William II. Hussell, caitaln of t',e v. vard Unlvernltv fencltn- .., ...... epce title, which was held hy J,,hn MacLaUghlln of the Washington Fen. e'r, Club. Dickinson finished second ..h.i Hall third with the foils, while Hall na, second and Mncr.ani-hlln ihir.i n , duelling swords. inat Jinn succeeded In holding on to his tltlo with tho sahre was due nnf, to his cluhmate, Ieon Nunez, th,,n ,0 himself. Nunez had made a mira'm showing against Iwth Hall nnd Mac. I.aUKhlln, losing to lioth without ..i,rir a touch. In the meantime Artnur s" Lyon of tho Fencern Club had defeatei botli Hall nnd MacLaughlln in ein,, bouts, nnd nntienrpd n hiv. ti... v . . plonshlp cinched, for he had only Niin Nunez, however, turned U tm,.,.1 ... showed olio of the mnt riu.,-u,. .! . versals of form ever seen In a f.-.. competition ana easily defeated Ion ni 3 to 2. As Maclaughlln und H.il, .id fewer touches scored .'it-nlnuf tl,. .., , ..... had Lyon the deciding of the en impion ship was left to the match wtw-en .Mnci.auguiin and llall, which tv .jt. ter won, S to 2. Ho was t. I w .a I.yon, each having won two 1sju al lot one, but Hall had only seven t-, i i-s scored against him, while I.yon had twele. Macl.-iughlln giilmd I id pla"i', with ten lot touches ,'ig.i.nf twelve lost touches for Nunez The sabre competition was the pretti. est of the night and vn- well nppii" a'1 by u large leathering of eiitliu at .t was the last event of the evetui g. Imt s htlrring were most of tiie bout, t..it t a tpectatots forgot that the vntitis' .is holdlns liack the dancltic settlon Standing out above all the o lor ,. test was that In which I.) on m ' II,. The champion. Miowlng tiie fom. wt, h gained blm the title In 1U15, corel t! r, clean cuts In rajiid suc tnlon ,n i te of the fact that Lyon was golt; at ton sed. And there was not one of tln cuts that was guttle. In fact, tl.cy w r nil Mich lusty blows that manv In t) crowd marvelled that Hull could brir.r. his weapon around quickly enough moid being touched hlms-.lf. With the score ft to 0 again"' I.yon put tip a pretty and plu kv er hlhltlon of sabre handling. UV 1 one minute to go In tho time allow u of five minutes for a bout Ha.i ' t), the lead by slashing ,i cut 1'ip ie' Lyon's guard that would have taken Fencers Club man's head off l-1 ' fc not been protected by a mask ' o' enmo right back, however, and - two cuts within fifteen secon... won the bout with ten seconds f tl time allowance to (-pare. The Mime skill nnd speed on ' i of I.yon which marked hid b, ,i Hall wero much In evldett,'.. , , i, rest of his bouts. Against Ma. .,i . -he came up from behind ntid win was called wan leading at 4 u was the superb defence of Nut,, z , proved tho downfall of Lvon, a't-.o i. overcontidence in hi.s nhllity to a In . bout had something to do with t' ter's loss. That, Lyon felt sure of lil av "t t win was evident from the w !, nr..-, stylo In which he fenced. II i 's plan of battle was to score ton . let the defence takn cafe of " ' Nunez took advantage of the r ,p.. . often enough to score the wlni ' while ho guarded so carefully th , r was able to get ltildo onlv tw The victory of Itusell, ih.- e t Hnrvard stuilent, in the dtie'l - . -w -competition was a snw i-w, every one. Tho collegian m.-ir -' hnd everything acalnst him, te. 'r his very first bout he was drawn ag. - MacLnushlln. the champion li- -" however, fenced like a veteran, a I bout had gone little over a ni nu'i nkei h succeeded in getting In tii' w n r; thrust. Tlien -nussell hnd to meet Hal' wv 1 was favored by many to win the '"e. and he gave the Mercury Foor ir.ii "s same medicine he had ndmln'ce ! " MacLaughlln. although It took him a tie longer. A doublo touch scored spa -' William L. Ilowinan of the New Yo-V AUilctlo Club nfter Bowman hn I bie Macltughlln and tlm latter hid posed of Hall, gave the Man.inl n tlm champ!oii.lili and left 'he i others In a tie for second a d fc i places. On the first feneeoff I'.owniar both MiuvlJiuchlln ,ird Hal' w e " last two nameil tliruied n -le'iVe touch, so thnt Hall nnd Ma Iw"1! hnd to meet again. Hall won ni The summaries : Polls. National Championship. Pin., Alfred U. Sauer. Illlnnl- Ath e . Zested Philip W. Allison, New 1 . letle Club, 3 3 : Pherman lis I V -Athletic Club. .1, and Lie i O inson. West Point, 6-3 lo'.l c lost, 4. Meat, o. A. nichln'in W r feated Allton. 21. nnd ii I ' wua defeated hy f auer T na w lost, I, Sherman Hall. t Tork 4 defeated Alllenn. .',(. and n- I Dickinson snd Saner Tom! Won Philip W. Allison, Nr-r vl Club, was defe-tted ty lis I s Dickinson. Tnt.il Won. 0 l, (, llii'llliig Swords, National I'lianiplonshlp, I n.il " Wlllluui II !!uell, lluiMitd i -defeated suiermnn Mill, Nn k Club, i,l;, 1 John A. Mm Lauul .' ' ton Fencers Ciiti, Hnd imik ' W'llllani I llowinau, Vev Y I v Club Total- Won, :, lux- I Khertnun Hall, New Yoik t ' defeated ll.iwniau mil w.is ' Hussell and MacL.tuishllu . n'a lost. t. John A, Mnelaiughlln. Wn.titnir' i cere Club, defeated li and nn by Itus.-ell mid llowjuun l' lost. 2. William I,. Iloernnin, New Te'l' Club, defeated .MhcIjiukIi'iu n fented by Hall nnd ltusi.rl r. li Inst, 2. Ituesell vs llnnmsn lm.w In he Mrs ret-N.fT of rh '-" second and third p'.ice" It,i eliminated, In ths se und fei rilne.1 second p.uce bv w r MaoLnugnlln, w-lio took third p'i Sabres, National Championship, Fins Sherman Hall, New York . defeated John A. Macl,a.us!i . ten Fencers Club, 6 " mid New York Athletic ("ip feated by Arthur st l.yon Pe- Nw York. Tnt.li Wun, 1 Touches Inst, T, Arthur H I,on. Fencers i ,i li ' York, dofeated Ha' , 8- -I lAiirhltn, 43, and uhs defeated Total -Won, 2 Inel 1 Tou' e John Mml.iush'i Fencers Chili, deteieu N u e was defeated by II, i m I l Won, I, I vst, louche; l.enu .S'uiie, New ) ,,rl, defeated .l,von, S snd wi Hall snd Msid,;uiKlillli I lost, I. Touches lost, 12 1 .1- I 'I K S 1 4 5. 3 Of . I M i.-I