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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1916.
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Washington Tennis Star Beats Church Nipper Campbell and Louis
CHURCH PUT OUT
OF IT BY DOYLE
OF WASHINGTON
jfow inrk Stnr Surprised by
f'nr. of Foe's Attack in
flnv Court Tourney.
MATCH GOES THREE SETS:;
VICTOR IN SEMI-FINALS
Bj i:. n. otoxnem,.
".tvi am June IT CleorRf M
rs ' N'evv York, holder of the
Wef-ierr.. Northwestern nd oouple -if
jut ten- titles, was put out of the
r.rr'-r 'r the fifth round of the r.
t.or.l f'' court chnmplonehlp tourney
M-day st the l.skewood Tennis Cluh
vjrt M' Conrad n Doyle of Wsshtn.
t-r Tfce N VtirUer, who i looked
upon U mny follow em of tennis a
pit likely n inner of the tourney, was
iefealed two sets to or al S r, 16,
(, oAujlrx one of the blucest upsets
of Us sesson.
It . not 11 re.se of Doj le catch
rt Chun-h off form The Wen Side
Ttrr.li '-.uh mar placed at hie lft.t hut
r.s Its; was not quite icood tnoush for
IX-v-la The latter, althoush he has
reeri sironr playe' for ers. h not
lee.i very well known to tennis en
tsusisste throughout the country be
riu? h has done moit of hi playlns
h ml around the District of Columbia
ir.a seldom has wandered far from his
ess fyes.de
Rallies I'sist and Farloas.
Tr display of tennis In the Church- '
Perl trt"h hus seldom If ever been
firallel'd on clay courts. Doyle had I
flayed sleadlly and well In his early
rc-und mafhes but had ehoivn nothlns
like the f irm he brousht out sirslnst 1
Cfcur h The New Yorker made Doyle
trM for everjthltip all the time hnd. as
t re? , a'tes-ts, Dole was equal to
the o. anon The rallies were so fast
ir.d 'iirjs that a eallery of about
i hei;H"d .nuld not be drsrged away
t" l-K ,it any of the contests on other
chins.
The nouri puts Dole tp the semi
fri 'f.nd n station alt" reached to
it tv William S AleBIro) of Pitts
trc N York State champion and
Oi" . Onrlimd. another Pittsburiter
IV tin.der of the Indian State title
V?F ni won three matches, all In
fa ct-t sets to ram tut- pla e and
ru t-red .lorir. hi victims H Van
Tike l-- of --at- Kr.mdsvo whom he
if'-ed .-. the fifth round at t 4. 64.
,tr, had to pla three set In emh
t' 'wo matches to Hdv.inc-e Milillroy
I-' Do) i nil! rush to-morrow, while
"-. d mil meet -he winner of the
tV ' s K DavN.W B Knox match
t'ovle ierl'hl eiior,p.d h'msflf to
"ft ' M er opportunity he put
if fie urdc-rin on the ball that h
f' y ou.d ce'. and seldom failed to
rnoi:ph of It to bother """hurch. He
vi-'ed th match with a rush that was
more 'urpr:.np than hi ultimate,
v t - Church fUried service, and the
n he won in th- openlnc e.ime
f a lal! thni Ju! :arely wen- out
ef ' ad- when I'ole waj tr tie for
" 'er The Wa-hliieton p'.ajer
t t. e . nlookers a Uh'e of what they
t . .(., iiurlnp the remainder of the
'ha! came He pissed Church
utters forehand with surprising
life.
Three Gnmrs In n flnvr.
T -ar'toi Cltj man followed the
ttxt amn.np three more in a row.
"S i. ' s run nf four lost only four
T t. a -f them in hts own error.
iir,t a little -.v.ld In the next
!" tame- and loi them both by drlv
c "if Hai; mto the net or out of
' (! Teere was little wonder that
k f'u- . 'l-e r,e as often as he did, for
fc " roa.ii pieyed the ball Just as
" v- in.c!y i-ould For the most
- .rre was skimminp oe' the
" '.trie more than a hair's
t; , itf Cnuri-h trted hard
' - ft Ttf- and elchth same-, but,
" I ' 'Mnc ae nn the stead. fan
f ' h.i- rival.
J-- well Ioyle covered the court
h- nt fan be Judced hy the
' ' ..e formei rrltKtton star
' Jit jp a sinele ace b. place
"' A matter nf fact DoM him
' -r,v nr,, hrec platements. hut he
' "e a'y :rtat amount of need
.t Hiy serl'e. he nvisl severe
! .fine the tournament, forced
rv-' " 'o make a l umber of error, as
-w cop d iv c The Walu!t;r-
eemrd able to pul' Chur h out
' ' or whenever he wanted to and
. ' had Church all tanirled up
" r; make returns
N'i' liirbrr Has In urU Hard.
T.anaced to carry off the .
plaj nir an unbeatable same
e- Hsr verhead was powerful
a'e whl li accounted for a
rf his points In spite of
' lowever. that "huuh won the
' sime score an Doyle had won
e NVw York pUer did not
-' y so easily. The rallies
'i sutklned and Church was
r. f.
t ,
.
tr
r-f .
tl'i ,
- iri lone before the set as
- if wav Iole made him run
' i i rt In that set counted a
i f'.r rhurch's defeat in the,
'afd the last ret by wlnnltic,
r' ' w tames, hut church came,
r and r-vrned matters b takltiE
tw Ther for the next four'
h' ti'ajers icverse the.
f ler t' n,ltijr. by lonir on ser-'
" s Wr Iir.vle in the lead until.
r1
r V .
' - , , r,,) 4 3 , n ,1, f4vnr Twli e I
f u.-hi a point of w-itininc the!
' ' ' rami- but he fa. led to pull It i
' ' ie nre sloifl even at 4 all '
tin r, u,n the ninth Kiime no ,
- 1 I " if i erri'-il fin'y another
.'t'l. 'lie mat'h -but had his
' " ' - om 'ic I
'v "trtor. pla.ver made it 'ook I
' ' m. it'll whs all nvrr when lie
p r r thr'e points in the tenth
f eiji'ii: ni h f if mi I t' '1 nib
' en -!). T fund Dovle faliereil
h m. t r.fj four strairht t'lii-
' '''T ''huH'ti wojld have brfnirht
deuce hui '-hj.h slammed'
' ball Into the net He won the I
: t nn a plaeinie rn. but thai was I
"trive n low one alone the line
cut his rail.et on It Just
' i . fltive It out of bounds i in
r.e 1 1 after a lone rllv n e
' er f'hurfli's he lid and the lntter 1
r to eel hack fur 11 cm his I
e ,iiei all tannltd up and whh
' 'rv tie I" k'-ep from fallirn; that j
fa"h the hall at all Hi- ;
' . ii. at' h li) returning I'o.vk-s1
' ji 'if bounds
n'epheiik pla)cd the best tennis
"rt let c.f her match against Miss
' ' e that h ever rhowed The
was however, that she could not
' ie speed, and ber strokes be
' ' w ir) after the tnatch had pro.
e ,i . ii t ir- The wlldness on the
r- i Miss Stephcna was du fur the
n part lo the Pittsburg lil' iurt
fera,shlp.
M s ijulhrle soo.i found th difficulty
r" hi had In returriln; chop strokes,
' in e li found lhi kept cttopyioc
HONORS AT MINIKAHDA GO 1
TO PAIR OF LITTLE GOLFERS
Leader in First Qualifying Round for Open Title Is
Nipper Campbell, With Louis Tellier Only
One Stroke Behind.
Minmai-,11 is Minn.. June !?. Honors 1
In the first quallfylnr round for the n-,
tlonal open rolf championship played at
the Mlnlkahda Club tn-day went to
Alexander Campbell, professional at the
Baltimore Countrj Club, who made a
score of 14 4 for the thirty -sli holes,
liuls Tellier, the Krench rolfer. now of
Brookllne. was second with Hi. and J. S.
Worthltieton, an amateur from the Mid
Surrey Club of London, Knitland, was
fourth, with 14(1.
Only forty-one players were at the tee
to-day. More had been entered, but
dropped out. Of that number thlrt-two
qualified. Louis Tellier turned In the
best round In the morning when he
equalled the course record of to, made
last jear by Harry (1. Lege. local
amateur, who made 147 to-da and tie
wun jack Hutchinson of the Allegheny
Country Club of rittsburg for fourth
place.
Campbell, known far and wide as
Nipper Campbell, because of his small
stature, played consistent golf In the
morning he equalled par for every hole
going out, gett nc a It He came home
In one under par picking up the stroke
on the thirteenth hole He was one
under par for the first nine In the after
noon The stroke was rained on the
second hole, which he made In I. He
was two over coming In, dropping strokes
on the tenth and fourteenth,
Tellier. also a diminutive golfer, who ,
was paired with Elliott H Kvwns of
Evansion. Chicago, a younger brother'
the ball at the Toledo girl's feet until i
she had the match won. The committee (
expects to bring both the women's and
men's singles out to the final round to
morrow. The summaries
National Clay Court rhamplonhlr. Men
Rlnglea. Third Round Wil lam .. Me
F.ltror Plttaburr. defeatet w T Butt
Cleveland. : I, V B Kt.ov. Pitts
burg, defeated F.dwln II McCormkk la
sngeles. i. I Coleman 15 C'ark.
Chicago, defeated Paul B Prentiss, t'leve.
land. :. I, Jerry Weber v'hlrago
on froen ft Johnson rarkerehurt
default
KNOX V MfCORMICK FlBfT SKT
Kno T I 4 : I. 4 4 r. 1-
MrCormlrk t : 4 1 1 ! J :":
JUCONli SET
Knov 1 4 I 4 1 4 S -
MoCormlck T S : 4 1 4 I 1 J- JO 1
Fourth Bound 11 Van Dyk Johns.
San Kranctaco. defealed Albert T Spauld
lug. 1. vvilllam S MeKlirny, Pitt
urc. defeated T t Chandler. I'lttaburg
11 j. r B lo)le. Washington, de.
feated T W Hen.1rl.kt Buffalo K ."
ileort M Church, New York defeated T
M K CUTimlnti. Whee.ltig. a' 5
VV B Knoa Plttburg defeated Coleman
(I ark. CM. aro J, -. Willi K
Davl n Franilno defeated John r
N'el ChKago - Charles S Oar.
land Pittsburg, defeated John Vlrden
.Ir i leveland. - 4. 4 f S Jerrv
Wfl.n Chl.agn, defeated 1. N K'lth
Cleveland I 0
Fifth Rouiid Conrad B poyle Wash
ington, defeated Oeorge M Churih. Ne t
York t :. : , (. fha-les Oar 1
.and. Flttshurg, defeated Jerry Weber,
Chicago. 4. 1 a. 1 William S. M.
K'lroy. rittaburg defeated H Van Dyk
John Pan Francisco, K 4, 4
DOVLF. VH. CHCRC1I Fir.ST SET
toyl t 4 4 4 0 t a--!'
Church 1 1 : d I ( S 4 is :
ANALTM.
Nets Outa Place ? ( PC .
Dn 1 1 I
Church t: n a 4
f-F.fOVP SET
ro ,e : i : : 4 f : :i -:
Church 4 14 4 14 1 4 JO
AN ".LYSIS
Neta Ojts Plare S A DT
plil T a 1
Church 1" 5 '.4 0 1
THIRP SET
Royle 411144? I?- t
Church . 1 : 4 4 1 4 1 : h II 4
ANALY1-!-Nte
Outa Plare S A P F .
Pole . U i: " 4
Chur.h 11 ' " " J
Chmr''"hip. ven PMjhiea serond
Round Cummlnrs and Kbh.rt defeatel
Martin and Pouuhern 1. S Val'
and Manrhester defat-t Jehneon an.l
Beattle I . 5: J
Third Hound--Iv I anl John defeated'
Cumnilnge and F.bbert. s--ft 4 Warren
and MoCfirmli k defeatel Weber and Web
tier. :--f 1 I 4 '
National Clay Court Championship
Women's Slncles, Flrat P.ound--M' H VV
Blikle. Toronto, dfatd Mis. Murgaret
Elh Cleveland, -S I Mrs I Jonee,
Cleveland, defeatel Mrs C n Aplhrop.
Cleve'and. 3 6;. I Miss Huda '
Stephen Toledo w. n from Mis. vntia
Turner, l'ltlsburg by default Mlsa Martha
liuthrle CI 1 1 still r r Jtfeated Mls Marian
Wt.od, Cleveland a 1 V Miss F'oreti t
Raliln. New York w -n fro-n Mis. Vdelalde
Ilraltmrd. rilishurg. hi dfu I Mls Ruth
We Cleveland defeated M'-s Helen Ver- .
It). Cleveland. 1 - l M! Mol.a Iljur. 1
stedt. New York, defeated Miss F Hulolph,
Cleveland. 0 0 Miss Margaret 11 1
T)lor New YnTsf .-n frum Miss Taft.
i liiclnnatl hv default
-econd Hound Mlas Martha Outhrle. .
I'lltMurt, defeated M's Iluda Stephens
Toledo. 4 , Mis. Moll) BJuratedt ,
vw V ork defeated Ml-s Margaret Ta)lor i
Vw York. . 1. c 0 ,
MIPS CICTHflli: VS Mlf-P STEPHENS '
FIRST SET
Mlas liuthrle 1 4 I a s ; 4 4
Mlse Ctepnens 4 4 1 A 4 4 4 1 I S 4 ,
M1CONP SET !
Mlee i.uthrle I. 4 v 4 t 1 :, : 4 41 .
Mlae Stephens J0(il044(i -la 1
MISH BJCRSTEDT VS MISS TAYI5R
FIRST SET
Mil. BJurst II ! 4 4 1 I 4 S -:.-- '
Mif To lor i ; : i i : s-n t ,
SECONIl SET
Jilt) H.iursiedi I 4 4 4 V I :& i
Mlas Ta)lor 1 .J : ' : - '20 j
NOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
Kach Yankee nutfleliler had an asslsl.
and each came in handily in putting
away the Washingtone
. hie eteen curtain l n process of,
erection In front of the centre field i
bleachers at the Polo liroutrle. The Yan
kee hatters sh the cxpan-e of empty
feaif out there made It harder than
ever tn hit a p'tched ball, shlnlmr tike
a mlri'T o the green scteeti Is the
latest device t promulgate home can
noimdlne .. ...
Ice .luilee was spiked b) Caldwell In
the fifth inning when the piti-her was i
sframbllnc hack lo first to escape a pul-
iC .ludee tiiid 1" leave the game
More w,islr nf t.inc .venerda) A con- .
e of tlui son shouldn't have- required
two hfiurh and five minutes Huehllne's '
ii.wnefs was one reason for the game's i
lengih
The flianls broke even In Brooklyn In i
th six came scrap Not bad. seeing that '
the) were battling leaders on the latter's. 1
own proundev
Nn leaa than thirty-two reporters or I
Ititaty HfhU of some kind wete
counted in the ptees box al the Polo
liroimds )eklitd) What they nil du
Is a mstery. but maybe they were cot - '
respondent assembling here mr til
world's neiles,
Rri nnan Konla Joe Cot.
Joe Cox of Missouri, w ho Is credited I
with having Hopped Jess Wlllard, won
on a foul fr Bill Hrennan. the Chicago
heavyweight. In the seventh round of
their bout at the Broadway Hportlng
Club last night L'p to the last punoh
Cox had a shade the better of his opponent.
Texas lUagiM KeMlta.
Fort Wrirlh. t: "eaumene, 1.
iUa Aawai, t, ImWu. i.
of the famous chick Evans, drew the
largest eallery. Tellier lost a stroke on ,
the first hole In the morning, but gained
II back on the sixth Coming In he beat '
par on the thirteenth and fourteenth. ,
The scores i '
thk rot. LOW INu uot.rEn."
wfALirini).
Al Campbell, naltlmore
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' s" vvcirthlngton, Mld-Sturre)
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Harry a Legg. Mlnlkahda
Jsik Hutrhlnsnn, PHt.furr
Waller c Hum, Ttfchetter
'"!' Ferguson, Spring Lake
Jack towing, !oarsdalr
freJ Mel.eort, Columbia
M J nrady. Oakley
Olto Hackbarth, Cincinnati
It C rietcher. TVInnepeg
norl n MeDnnald. Buffalo
Frank Adama. French Llr-k
Oe.irce McLean, Punwondie
(leorge t Impann Osk Park
Cleerge Turnbull, Mid ihlan
Arthur Rel.t. filchmonJ
J .1 Cvrtrleri. Man!leld
V ?v "sckne) Allaai'ic City
Jchn (lalherum. Chicago
P J taudln, Onwenuia
He-t llattell. Flushing
Jam lnnaldton. lllen View
Ke-bert Clront. Inwood. . .
N mn Cla-k t atrnoreltnil
II Anitersnn. Hostsn
W Ham Kldrt, Klrkwood
M ert Tav Inr Min'kshda
VV ter lark lem er
H ' She-w n.Tt. Mrmphlt
The fnllln failed tn qi
n.'i" '" Aninnio. SI, si -lis. W I
rioMnsnn Atlantle city, ; tl Ar
thur Fov-argue, Calumet, l. Is 1(1, La!!
Pavla, Lincoln. l. as UT. E A Flah. '
Mlnlkahda. m. Ss 1( w v Hoare. '
Omaha. 1. lt. Klllnl H Vans. Ev
antton. 4. i:o; 'John neuler, Jr.1
Dickinson. II. withdrew, Tred Partsch. I
Kttehflt. !, withdrew
'Amateurs.
"John Henry Wagner"
on Marriage License
piTTSBURG, June 27 John
Henry Wiener, the veteran
Pirate shortstop, is preparing to
become a blushinp bridegrroom.
County Detective John G. Smith
admitted to-day that the preBt
Hans will wed Bessie Baine
Smith, aged 24, probably at the
close of the baseball season next
fall. Miss Smith, daughter of the
county detective, is a popular
young woman of Crafton Heights.
She is an enthusiastic baseball
fan and has attended ncarlv
every game played here by the
Pirates in the last four years.
Wagner, as nn amateur, plaved
baseball with his intended bride's
father on the back lots of Car
negie and Crafton. Smith was a
'itcher and is just a few vctrs
)lder than the Pirate shortstop.
YOUTHS TN TENNIS TOURNEY.
Piny Beailna In Both Hnya' and
Janlnra- Claam-a at Harkrneark.
HarKrvsACK N J . June The ex
perlment of the Hackensack v?olf Cluh
to run a boj and Juniors' tennis
tourney proved a blsger sucoes than
was anticipated. twenl)-two entries be
ing made fo those undr IT years and
twenty for those under :r. The winners
will be privileged tn pla,v in the Middle
States championships at Torest Hil on
Jul) 31
In the Junior division Noble Cath
cart. Hackensack. beat H C Lewis of
Paterson. 1. fi 4 Edwin Hcndriok
son. Haworth, beat Desmond Haee.
fi 1. S 1. He also downed Carl Kobie
of Passaic. :, 64, and Jack Conklln,
1. s 4 Lincoln I-aback of Harring
ton Park bfat Ellsworth Dederlck of
Hackensack. .1. C : Ccorge Dixon.
Paasalc, beat Edward Van Hlper. Pas
sale 45 n, :. He also beat Lincoln
Lcbeck of Harrington Park, fi :. t! 1,
and beat Carl Ratnee of Hackensack.
0, . 0 It looks as if Hendrlckeon
and Dixon will meet In the finals.
In the boys' tourney Wallace Green
beat W'.lllam Norton. Nnrtnn beat Ru
sells H.vstlncs, Elmore tlardner beat
Benjamin Romalne. Sidney Oldls bett
Chester Thumson. Howard 1'ase beat
Kenneth Demarest, Donaly Tohin beat
Howard Case, Warren Dixon beat Wer
ner Korn and William Paullson. .Ir ,
Richardson P Williams beat H Bur
riitte Pratt and Norman Comes beat
Richard Williams.
AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES.
The Brooklyn Dorhv, s-heduled for
th.s afternoon, promises to he one of t ie
m .-t nterenlng races of the presint
season Six high class three. v ear-olds
ar" ene.ieed Incliidliig Krlar Hck. win
ner of the Suburban. Belmont .i d
Brooklwi . Spur, winner nf the Withers,1
and Star Hawk runnerup to iloorae
Smith In the Kentucky Derhv A hard
task is set Friar Rcvk. as he will have
to carry 111 pounds, concedlne five
pounds to Spur and ten to star Hawk
The horsea and probable riders Krlar
Ro,k. Haj nee. Spur, Iiftus . St.ir
Hawk, ilnrner. Chicle. T McTaggart .
Whlme.v, J McTaggart. and Churchill.
Keoih
Thoroughbred stuck I. In demand fur
war purposes Jules and Abe Oniuii
rnelved an order .vesterday for five
thoroughbreds In be ued as mount for
offb eis of the Seventh Regiment and the
Kit st Held Artlller)
Though John K Madden s Star Shoot
colt Sliirfinch was beaten a head in the
last race, the Hamburg Place hieeder
had some satisfaction, as he was beaten
b,v nurlcs'iue, a daughter of the same
ire Kalr.v Wand, another Star Shoot
tll.v finished' fourth. The Star Shoots
were In evidence also In the Can.irsle
Selling Stakes Thrte h) thai sli e etarled
and th) ran one. two three, r.4ih In
the libit s of different owners.
ilohosts in winning the Cniiateic made
a ie-cnrd for the race of 1 :Oo ThU. la
Just otie second slower th.tn the tuck
leenrd made by J.imeu I! Kceiie'a
Veil In IS'iK.
After winning the fifth tare Little
Nearer was run up by ileorse Alexandra
and retained by C H HnbhliiH for
$1,005, which was n;i over the entered
price
Roamer'si dfe In the Broolil) n Han
dicap has caused Hnnillcapper Vnsbureh '
to ire-at him more leniently for the
Queens County Handicap next S.iturduv.
He la still lop weight, but. with only
J'.'S pounds tn carr. i
While Mil Bu on Keilnltr. ,
Cincinnati, June S". Al von Kolnltx. ,
catcher and all round sulsstltuto member
of the Reds, was sold to-day lo the
Chicago White Sox It is tindertfod be,
will be used at third base The player
really was not a member of the Reds,
although under contract to Hie Clncln-I
tiatl cluh He nnnouncd last fall that he
would not play ball again, but this
aprlng the fjve-r cam liack anil Sunday
he reported lo Manager Herxog. The
Reds ar up In th twenty. first player
limit, go tar ww 09 room fog Von,
HILTON LEADS FIELD
BY EIGHT STROKES
i
Greenwich Golfer Makes Fine
Start In Strujrple for
Junior Title.
WINS HIS FIRST MATCH
Kvni.gwooP, N J . June :T Vincent
K Hilton of Greenwich, more than t feet
n height and 1J je.irs of age, mad a
thorough Job of the winning of the medal
m the qualifying round of the metropoli
tan Junior championship on the links of
the Hnglewood Country Club this morn
ine. His svore was 75 and his nearest
rival had an S6, so his margin of victory
can safely he described ae ample. To
round out the day he beat Herbert
Hutchinson of Korest Hills by up and
5 to play In the afternoon, and by so
dome became a semi-finalist. The three
others who reache,! that stage In the
struggle for the title are C5 E. Hale.
Rldgewood. who meets Hilton to-morrow
nvrn'.ng. II r. Pierce. Englewo.vd. and
Harry ScharfT. unattached, who will play
in the other match
Hilton, who was ennerup for the
Jun...r t tie in IJ1I, the second time that
Ph lip Carter won It. played an odd sort
of round this morning He did well
enough on the two nd three shot holes,
but every time he came to a short one
something went wrong and not a S ap
peared on hi card On the seventh and
fifteenth holes he failed to put his tee
shot on the green, and when he came to
the home hole he reached the green
safely and then spoiled his last chance
for a S by taking three putts. He had a
S going out and another oomlng In The
flrt was on the long sixth, where he be
gan with a poor drive and then had to
Play short of the bunker with hl second
The other 6 was the result of too good
a drive on the thirteenth which polled
into the lone grass far down the middle
of the falrwa; In playing cut he suc
ceeded in getting Into a trap and once
there needed a couple more shot" to get
out H'.s card
n.ent K Hilton Oreer.wifh
lUl 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1
In 1441444 4 S 1
It took .i scote of 50 or better to gain
a place tn tl.e first eight or championship
dlv'wion Scharff was second with .
Edgar Wmne. unattached, thl'd. with
Pte-ce and Hutchinson were next in
Ine with 4P apiece and there was
four cornered tie at S fo- the tat
three places Those who Led were Hwle
A lord-m Whltham. Manhattan W J
A.leopp. Poiert Hill, and Frank K
Enelt-h. New Haven On the playoff
Enc lh dropped Into the econd eight
Three of the championship matches
in the afternoiv were one sided, the onlv
close one bel'g between Scharff and
Whltham wh It wa 'atled to the sev
enteenth creen. where Scharff won by r.
up and 1 In pla) Hilton. Hnle ar.d
Pierce all gained easy victories "d
didn't have to pliy especially good golf
to win
As fort).four bo)s turned up 't wa
possible t. fill five eichts with a few
boys left over One of the mot inter
estme c -ntestant was little Charles W
Baker. .Tr of Nassau. l." years old. who
.ua, led .'. the fourth eight w th a P?
nd 'heei won his first match handi!)
Bake- was rortent n play straight with
out attempting to ga'n much dltance
and prove! his contentment b declining
o enter the driving contest later n
the rlav He knew he couldn't win It
and had sense enough not to try
Pevereux Emmet Jr. who helped hi
father win the faille- and son tourna
ment at Sleepv Hollow )ete"day. plaed
Kitne more fam'.l) golf to-day. for hi
mother follow e.1 him around this after
noon wh'le he was plavlnc In one of the
mlno- eichts He lost his mat.-h.
English the New Haven entrant New
Haven be.-,g far outs de the limits of
the Metropolitan district to which the
tou'iu v s supposed to be restricted, won
the drlv Uit orrvpetltinn with a total
of ofl .vards ' r three shots from the
thtrd tee f M B.econ d Oanlen City,
ird J Be len. Cpper Montclalr tied for
second place with fT.l ywrd: apiece
Berrien won the draw for the prize.
The summaries
CM VMPIONSIIIP PIVtflON'
Vin.-ent K Hilton. c,reni.-h S J ?
Ilarr. srhirff S' V lio t C'uh 44 i; i
K.icur Wmne. unaita.he.l 4? 40 ?
Here-t tlut hl's'i F irest HU' 41 4' '
H I Pier e Errlewood H II i
VV t 1 sopp Foresi Hi 1 14 l )ft
i. E Hale, flllgewool 4 14 (l
V -i Wh I n Manhattan l 4: so
on i l!l:ht Frank K EnrMsh New
Ibin 4- 13 SO E H Hun ir. ui
sttarhfd 41 4V- : A 1. I'leraon tr .
Monti talr : lt5: n A Hnlght. ta
sAtifnus il 4V- fl John Ber-en Cpper
M'-rii .air 4fi 4 s: Pevereux Emmei.
Jr . tlonal. IS I- SiJ F W Vrnoln
Jr V nt air l 4S-SS. Inhn V Sieiens
Jr Plalntleld. II. M J4
Thlfd Eight Kraiu la M Ba'Oti J1 liar,
den Cli is 4 -si lt)ninnd F Tulhll
Itldgesooi 4?. Si Palmer Kountie
He.lfor.t '1 44 5V Harold K Ionei
I'inif Hr'iok. SI 14-9.' slgniun 1 Mllv,.
W 1haveri TO 4a f.. I .V llllnliirl
Hrocklawn '.a ll-P. Pavld Sulthurgei
Ui i an T 4S--a Edeird l!ho,snberf
uh fa- he 1 4" I?- M
Fourth Elgh Martin S'bfrlNr uri
alia hed il 4 -St, James M Kenna in
atta bed. b. I?--?' c W llnj,.r Jt
n.tii i vo hp. Thoma .1 Tohin un-al-.a-hed
'. 47 -9. Joseph ii M'Mahnn
,seep Hollow 51 4S IPO. H i)ul) un
alta hed. lit M--1O0 ian liownev. Canoe
Hr., ,k 'i l- 100 II 1. Ill Itt-ais Mt.
Iiopa :.J 4V ISO
lllli Els-r: Marsha' VA Helir k
Puim lOdle M 47 -101. T M Iteininiiud
lini-larhe.t l 54 -t":. F II Tails.lg s,
Vlidrei. I. M -I" II W. Hone .Ir.
Bedford ' 4 IS - ina J I Ku.er Hal
lusr.il .. I . I1J Herbert tibendorre-
Inwond. ."4 ..'ion VV p Belkn-ip Jr
lib timond '"oiiiin V4, !,:- ink II it no-
triune unutlHi lie.i, as ii.-- in.
Other s, .res -C K He mini tie it at
hetine, o.se't CO 54 111 Frarl. Tavlor,
Beiifor.l -II? Waller Mendelsohn
Calrneo is 51 KT. ' C E llrvanl. Ji
Wv katT) i 71. '4- II.'.
I'liampii'itship Plvlslon. riret Hound -
111, loll defeated lllll'limsnti s und ' line
defes-e-t VV line. .', and 5 Pletie ilefeH'et
Alleori' and 4. bi hartf ilef.-slnl Whit
liatn. : and 1
e'etond Elgin First Hound Hf-Neti de.
featd Etnniet .' UP. Eliallsli ile(Hte.l ,v
Hold I at, I S llalghl l.feated Pleraon. I
UV Pllln n defSHted t I ens . lip
Third Elghl Flr.t llounil - Haron 1e
(eaud ntiiiileiibetc an s Milxlnirger
defeille-l Iiiiwtie) I i.inl 3, Kounlfe ile.
fi-Nted TnthlH I un '''' hnlesi MHu le
friied lllaii, hard to default
l-'i'iirlt' r.lehi Flrsi Hound. Heker ,ie
feaieil T"t'lll I and M- Malum ilefrnie.l
M' Ksiiim "I'd ' Billing defealel
Ilr,lie I up S'llleiliei defeiiled t.ulit
3 ti'id I
I'lflh Eight First Hmind Solomons .(e.
feHtid Heihiniiii I. -' mid I. Ilettrlrk ill
foiled I Ihehdorfer. 1 up ' i'0 hrilenl Kliser
defeated Unas, 3 and 1. Belknap drreitnt
Taiieslg. 3 and :
MRS. STOCKTON LEADS AGAIN.
MnUra I.ovt lirnaa Scure In Tournej
nl llaar-a luuiil),
kht imaNciK. N. J-. June "? About
fi ri) -five feminine golfers pla.vid to-day
in a one day tournament conducted hy
the Women's Metropolitan (!nf Associa
tion on the links of the Essex County
Country Club. The main competition
was .in eighticn hole medal pla) handi
cap, which resulted In a tie between
Mrs E. C. Knemliel, fllen Ridge, Pf 7,
s, and Mrs. S A, Henog, Falrvlew. fiX .
b, S Mr, L. C. Stockton, lkewood,
made the lowest grosa ss ore, 91, and Mrs.
Albert M Donald won the approaching
nd putting contest.
The Hackensack Oolf Cluh will hold
a W M. CI. A. on day tournament on
July I. ,
'MISS WAGNER WINS
AT SLEEPY HOLLOW
Kefniilt Tuts Her in Third
Round and She Then Rents
Mrs. Humphries.
i MRS. GREEN ALSO VICTOR
Keen tennis pUy markd the opening
rounds this afternoon of the first Invlta
tlon women's tournament ever held at
the Sleepy Hollow Country Club, With
an entry which Included some of the
best known of th Metropolitan con
testants there were well fought matches
In many Instances and though all of
the leading lights came through to the
.fourth round without having upc
'recorded against them, thev were
pressed at times to their tet court
generalship to pull out the victory
Among those who reached the firth
round were Mrs. Thenlore Casn'o r
Mls Marie Wagner Mrs. 11 Stu.irt
Oreen. Miss Edna Wildey Mis Man -Var.derhoef
and Mrs David C M. '
Miss Wagner, who has been tm -ig
with continued sjccee tecentl) d,d r d
have any great difficulty )etrrd.iv
though the draw nt the start Ind r.it. 1
. that there might be trouble in st -e
for her In the second round Th w a
her first mauh ar.d the . t po- ' t w i
to have been Mrs Robert I.e liv i
powerfu' antaeon'st v n"s rn.it.-h lb iv
ever. Mrs Le It.v defaulte I at. I M -Humphries
was th th rd round
nent She retired before the sm.ib c
,drlvee of her rival Miss Wagner t, k
i a love sat to start and allowed Mr
, Humphries nnlv two games n the next
j set.
Mrs Robert A Pope howed a e
command of stroke In playing Mrs H
Stuart Grem In the first round Th ue'
Mrs Oreen wnn at 4. 1 4 she for. ed
Mrs Pope to play her very beat tenr
Mrs Oreen advanced through the socvt
round hy reason of a default and tm K
1 on Miss Caroma Winn, who always
likely to provide a hard match. Mrs
(Ireen. however, was quite equal to run
nine out this match wtthou trmiV'e
threatening, the score being - " '.
The first ripple of surptlse .-nrie
the econd rouml, when M!- Fore- e
Sheldon w-s vanquished M M F... .
W'.ldey In love sets Tne '.utter w.i-
1 playing a steady game, marked I) ',r
lant overhead work, smashes fr r e. d
! ourt t!ng sent Into M.ss heldot s tft
rltorj with telling effect The ir.v e..--l
score was due In part to tre f.i, t t c
Miss Sheldon wa changing her tvpe o'
game She wa attempt. ng ere.ter fa. e
n her strokes, and a a resit t sarr.fl e
contr '. The sumninr'e
Flr.t Hound Mrs II s'uarl Hreen
feated Mrs R A repe - 4 l V s
rteorg e hapnian won front MI. Mrn
Ta or b default
Womer'a s,nt. Se-ord lln I M s
Theodore Ca-eebeer a on frojn Ml". I
en. lla'lln t defout. Mrs Pet
tourr. won from Ml htather-ne H- c
t- defau.t Mrs V llumrhr'e. wr.. (-
Mlae 'lertru-te Pel Torre b .lets
Miss Marie Wagt e- won from Mr I.
l.eflc) tl default. Mrs M H HuT lef..,
M- lrgo lUrtntai a- I ? t e
In Kissel won from Mlse Vstalie Hr
Ine b) default. Miss Car. una W 1 1 . "
fr m Ml &..iale.l, Morre n
Mrs II rituart (ireen on froni Mr.
Tewr.eend b) default Mr i"hipm
from Mrs Irving by default. Mr. Hai
Wood d"fea!J Mis Ade'.e rraa.n e .
c-j Mrs W J Tlrgue defea-e.l p 1
P Shattufk. 0-:. 2 Mrs 1
Me"!e won from Mrs F.dwsrl llaii-i-i' '
bv default' Mr PavlJ C Mill e'e.e i
Mi. J II Ha I 4 f 4 . M s. I i
VV.dev defeatel Mis. Ci-et. e r
4 a a (i Mrs i; n ,1s .w.l.'f
feated Mrs i i Fwro..s - ' "
Marlor Nanderhoef defeatet !- I
t- . v -a 4-1
Th.rd Hound Mrs Thenler. Ca- '
defeaie' Mrs Pel, i 1 tumrn '-
Mis. Marie Matner defe. VI-.
Humphrlea -0 1 M- H a
(Ireeti lefeatel M'a Ca-oi Win-
I Ml.s Elna .Me w in f-"- M
C hp"ian l.y defnult. Ml." Mar' " v ,
derh.'ef detested Mrs W 1 T'nti e
i a t Mrs liavld Ml ,.te-, i
Mrs L n Morris s 0. ?-v
' T)ERS0N'"a1tAIN is" favorite.
, With llanlrr Hf Hefii-he. I'lflh
Hiinnil ii f Tenuis 1 niirnnuii'iit.
F il Anderson who nn sve. i
been the holder of the Lone l-l.it 1 1
n. ehsmpinnh p. advanced thr. ie
' fourth round of this seasi't. evef
, 'erdav on the courts of the Kmc."
I TentiiS Club He defeated Lien- '
Anderon of the Brookljn 'iav e
at f. -I, S S. Fraud T lhit- r' '
' Cornell also vvrn his wn) thro..gi
' fourth round but In his case it w i
1 Aiideron who wa defeated T' r e
! were several Anderson" In the : t c
I event and It was J who levied
the superior plav of the lth.n.in
' score being 4 !. 3
Long Island Chsniplonshlp. Mnrle. T'
ltour.1 'hsrles '(iamb", defea'cd '. v
Ha es 7--S s " A .' ''ne i'f ,
F H Osllile 75 E I' li.. t
defeated P Mootehead - ' l
11 Voahell defeated il llu'eow.
C.--I K P Fisher de'ittrt .t VV i
4 s 4
Fou'th Hound F 1 Hulilr' I f .
' W Anderson 4 - ft
Chamter. defea'ed I M Hvt k.
I. f Moore de'eatid ' I V ' ipelani
f 4 A .1 ' aw.r -efeated H 1. I ' t s -
ii a 0 r 0 Ar.er"n defatu ; e
V .s Attdersrn f. 4 b J
oiblrs. Ftrt noun I- I. It Ha-U. i-
T c Anderson wi-n froni X .iieti'.r ' 1
IL.gh Tal'ant b .-:. fau i I" I II , '
anl .Iain's . OSeale lefnel i- '
i ng ind w c, il. .'t '. 1 11 ik'
11 .Irh ng- defesteil Spselh and I w e
. 1. Ilelme' anl ' -ha'iilieis i
from II .-Jwaln anl Hiiir M defa I' II
' she ! and F I Uaggs w oti f- i v
cen-lialer and Ilolh t def.u"
secino Hound llobeii. and VV
nine's .It defeated F- Ml',- ,' .1
M. Holier:., ; n. -l F-. Ir-1 k '. v
'ilersoti and K P Fllher I off V ' V
lll'br and Ed'nund Flxtnan s 3 '
Hoi.) and Wilson .lefeatel S ijii'i i. a
H F V alenllne fc 4 '- ' f
TAYLOR AND OSGOOD IN FINAL.
I F.sjrli 1 Ina In Mrnlulif iea In llii
Tennla ruiiriiiiinriif ,
j Harold Talor .ind W 11 rise-., i ,
' vtinri'd to the final toiind nf tie "
' tet'tits tourname nt. whl n is rseinc
dueled by the Country club of
.-heslt r. yesterda) flertio-ui Ta) n . w '
1 coi querod BenJ-emln M L'tsmi w i or
of two tournaments this (.u. ii m
I of the- earliei loun.ls. sroird his v u, y
: I. ii 2 osgnod defealel P'i .1
H'irprr. l. 3
The Junior tnui namftnl eln''toil r-t. .
i da v Paul Haiper ami H II I..'-.
I won tbi-lr way tn the ssconil imitid 1' e
Mitniniiiics -
Ho"' TO'lllianielit Semi tlnl .
Sine Hat-old Ta'lor 'tefra'e.t ,' ..'
niford Id sis. VV 17 i-t
fea'e 1 I' II I'pe- e I i. 3
Junior TouliiHttii-n. Flr.t Hi-i i - --
P V Harper won fiom II i i. I
II.....I.I T(..l,. .1 . f .. ' . I i i
i n-muii ..nil..., . ".
Ilvne. il- 1 ' 5 W II Wnehi i-t
de'lealed Itli'hard potter l H
HoseiMiuest won from F r n.li-- i
default . II 11 l.eteon ilefealul ' v
So)tt 0. 6 (l Herbert I. Hum- i
defeated K B Kirk I 1
t-econd Round I'atll Harpet ..i, fi
T. V. Benjamin b difaull It II l.es.n
defeilted Jul llosenquest. s : s 3
I'lulil Flint eiae line Over.
STiiACt'si:. June 2? -The case m w 'i . h
Judge ileorec W Ra) and a Jut) ,ne io
decide wtielhci the prnjeituni nf rys r.f
light across the Canadian bouud.m l "ie
transmitting pictures of the Johnsi'ii
Wlllard flghl. was in viola I Inn of nn net
of Congress was moved for trial In tho
Cntted States District Cuuil heir lu-,U.
Because Harold T Edwards, one of I he
defendants. ws unable lo be present,
adjournment was taken until to-motmv,
DtVld A. Costello, cf counsel of th
defenc. sld Edwards Is on his way
from South Amerl-a and should arrive In.
Nw Tork In tlm to fti hre ttcmnrrow
nornta. J
Tellier at Top
JUNIORS BEST AT CLINTON
firrv on Point Triipbv nf school
(iamea He-Id nt 4 eltli- Park,
The Junior das j-hletr won the pr it
trophy nt He nnnuil rims "f the De
Witt Clintcn High S.-hool held at Ce.tlc
Park yeslerda) The) made Ja points
The sephomofes with 20 points wen
eennd. and the fI .ors last with 1"
The frehmn d'd nnt i-ompfte Tie sum
' marie
"C yard Pash Won bv soiomin tumor
Kerne lv sophomore, se.ont. Hha.lv in. u
n..,- ih'rd llande man. unlor fourth
Sid Yard Pash if"- member, of track
.teami Won tv Hirsrh. 'unlor. Lutin
er nl. i. more second
Half Mile Hun Won , Seg-etto, senior
i.i.l Junior, secird. tiinst-ete sopho
mure third
Shot I'u- Won bv iloullowskv with 8"
f-et 7 lr. h.-" .-nio- stran. Junior wt'h
3." feet lo 'nrhie. seion.t ." --m-in tumor
! el V lr, re. thl-1
Hri.a.i Jump Won bv 1 i.srhr wtth ;
feet 4 it,, he s, ophomee col imeii soph"
tr 'e -:h 1? f j. 'nihes. second
Tig "f War- A tie betueen r anl
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COAST PE-SORTS
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TO BOSTON $4.00
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COLONIAL LINE
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Best Short Sea Trip
Out of New York
Two dava of physical rest and
mental eth l.vrat -n. cf pleasant
compsnionship. eM sea Vrrrsaav
deck chalts, and happiness.
Serpen or service and low fares to
Savannah, Macon, AusTUta.Jackno
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gooierr and all SfuthrrTi poanea.
Savannah Line
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ALL AMERICAN STEAMERS
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