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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920.
11 American High Jumper Betters Olympic Record Hill of England Wins the 800 Meter DIEGEL OUT IN FIRST ROUND AT CHICAGO Defeated by Bob MncDonnld by TJireo Up and Four to Play. Eby Misses Great Chance to Take 800 Meter Run Run ! Watches Rudd, but Hill of England Sneaks In to a Victory II il I . a H , PtSTHIK. tpctpl la I'm Hun ami Nkw Yiiik Hsiu.p, CRICAOOi tit, Aug. IT. boo Dtrgel of Lake Hhure, Chicago. u.h lust week nt n oo t nm-i- lu iviu mi- Hi, ji ii it im minora in in Ihlrd diiy contests i , n toll cliutiiilinhlp, l finding tlis ,n the soventh revival of tho Ulympta Bu Ins A (porta Md Prss. Olympic Mtaoium, Antwerp, Aug. IT. Tho jirvgwrn of athletic, advance ment throughout tha world waa dent. nmrnind to-day by ths wide dish Ihu- i iyi i hat the path ta glory Ih thickly huel with bunkri went nut In th lrl round of the national lirofes n.iti il i liiunplo.-.slilp tournament nj the I'lnsamoor Country Club to-day before I ot M I Mm.-I.I of 1 1. ill ii I. Ink defeated fell I v ami squarely by a margin of 4 Ufi und J to play. Diegel was Just one of -l.lecn who fell by the way side. Among the olhere who said a fond r o Iby lo I've tournament were Wlllln .Mm Kiirliina of Port Washington, L, 1. ; I'll Doyle of Ileal. I'nt OH am of Hhack nmaxon, holder of the Irish open; i'hani 1 lonshlp; ls.i i M.n of Cunne Hrnok. Tom Hoyd of Fox Hills, Ktldlo boos of HarlnlOO and Charles Hoffner (if Phll mont M The metropolitan district hiim hni (i v nif aMIwnrt representatives left, nnong them Ororgu McLean of (irear .V"k, I'eter O'Hara ot Hhackamaxon. (leorge Thompaon of Mount Vernon und Jo Hllxealer of St. A.ltuua. Thire wore few real upsets, utnoiig those who will oiuietv In th second lound to-morrow being Jtm Bsine of St. Louis, who In defending the title tlist has never boon taken away from Mt lln tints before discovering it. name. Kor the first time In these games the Amerlean atlilelo failed lo win one of tint lx lnt scoring platVs when all four who qualified for the S.OOO meter lace fulled lo finish. In u II the other finals and qualifying rounds to-duy, lnwaver, the American were placid, in m'm r.il coses after sensational perform ances, against the strongest foreign com petition. ' Hlchmond Wllco Uindon of Urn New York A. C. and Yale wjii live high Jump, with u new Olympic recur of J.BSU, inetera, or feet I l-Z Inches. It wus nnnoUQMd that he had made 1.94 maters, or ( fuct 4 M inches, but a sag D the liar wot remeanured. Three other Americana were placed in this event. Another MUnnderstangln;. In the eliminations for finalists in ihe shot put and broad Jump two Americans qualified in each event, al though legitimate hard luck Interfered with It elr perfoMinncos in the latter i -on leal. The shot putters, misunder standing the French officials, put tha Yankees Score Over England With Foils ANTWERP, Aug. 17.-Amerlca dafeated England in fern lug with folia to-day, the Ameri cans winning third place In that claaslfloatlon. Kath tpi won elglu bouts, but the Americana scored 32 toucliMH agiUnst It ror England. American fenoera yestorday de feated Oenmarlt by bouta to T, hut loat to Prance. 14 to 8, Italy took in ,i place In the foils iy del ' m'ng Fraace, to T, Kratioe thus winning second place. Major V. W. Honey cytt, Captain R. eale. Captain H. M Rayper, Arthur H. Lyon und H. Hreekonrldge made up the American team. t LAN DON JUMPS TO OLYMPIC RECORD Continued from FUt Pag: pew mark wa set at f feet 7 11-16 by Kd Reason, alae of California. The track event which put evsry one on edge wus the final of the 100 miitrra. JOHNSTON QUICKLY DISPOSES OF NILES Tmnnu Crack Tak ' Long wood Bowl by 8-4, -0, 6-0. NAMI VI. J. ailOOKMAN. .'rn fal i ' 'i mi Hi n imd Naw Yoau HasiLD. HoeroN, Aug. 17. Longwood aaw AVIIIIam M. Jojiinaton at hie beat to-day. Playing In defenou of the Longwood bowl, which he won a vear aao. the and for the runners it was a heart national lawn tennla champion ovor breahor from start to finish. Barly In wholmod Nathaniel W. Mloa m the the fray Seolt ant Campbell, the two elmllcnga round, winning eighteen khxiwh Americans, went to the flont and made ... .rt oiin-iin- wlih mi unln- I he pao a orncger. Rudd of Houlh , mrrupled run of thirteen games, dur I Africa Htlil HUI of England were oroaci lng ,,,,.1, nUj ,onnl, wa, we Kh up ano onaerving inn oiaums laeuoa fec, Tlle Knru w.aH g4i (0 that It a always heller to wait near the front than lo hang back. A Sprrlncnliir Finish. and 'the victory gave the Culiforntati HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT last night st the Bayonne A. A. sroreil his right stieersslvu knockout, ills vieilin being Willi Isvls of i;n. .ni. ..ii, MtiWI-. srored kiUM'Hilowns In lbs first, tblrd snd fifth riiunds, nml Pefurse t:hsrley nndnn, seeing Mist liavls was outclasseil, brought the bout lu e close. I 1 ., ill iimww i isi HI Just a warm up and latof aomu of them did not do us rl aa In the oractlce. "he broad jump tlie negro. Sol 1 hitler tt Oubuqug Colluga, the Ameri- U record '.lolder, pulled a tendon In lo dm since lie won It at X'wanoy in 191: nil. oie Alton of Bvanjton, J. nougrias Kilgar of Atlanta, holder of the Canu. 1'ian oiien title; Harvey Hampton of Richmond, OhWlag Mayo of Kvanston, the foimer tJngllah International nlavr. and .Imk Hutchinson, Western open eecond Jump and was unable ... 1 i . . . .n.:., iuitjuj. N Three Ainvrlcano also qualified or Dlegtal Oalelaaaed. the finals in the 110 meter hurdle in While one could go almost lo anv part ' WW one of th,m ' expected to run, of the course and pick up a game where ' if00"? trl Thomson, representing the play was both leaen and bright, the i ,an"', ta "acknowledged the beat In gallery elected to aee MacOonald and i U,e 'l11, unU-as one of tbe Amcrlcgna DJegel through their little, wrap. A tin. ! rUes to ungpead height and noaee evl.iliiiinn this nalr to, -,o,l ie it ui i mittinaii smr, enroll, and one Frenchman went oi1' 1 1 fin ii tha bnr was put up at f. feet 1 Inch, but one little henchman, Low nsn, b'UQiely cleared II and tried huiu at 1.90 melrus, although tlio bui wo fur abova hi head. Br itAMi i. CopvrtgM, 1920, bu The Sua-aferold CorponUloa. THIS death of Kay Chapman la the moat tragic and by fur the moat regrettable development m tho history of the mojojr leagues. The fanB of New Yirk gladly would have foregof the Winning of ten vennanls If. thereby, they could, have presented tho accident which led to the tilaver'N rteuih Ni.iv York wniils no neimunt gained througU tlie elimination of any man on anyW the other tennis. Nor would it for one moment standi' for tho use by lthe of tho New York teams of any player whose memoes i BlgM the lives of rivals In Jeopardy. Hut we do not like to aeo tha ac-1 eident to Chapman give rise to accusations UKariiHt Mays, which are .un founded, and to a wave of hysteria such as appears lo have attacked Ihe permanent possession of the trophy, on Huston and Detroit cluha yesterday. This hysteria, which when alalysed which he already hod earnod twovlegs. simmers down to nothing more than personal animos'ty, had Its origin Although tn match was no part of mnnu. ih w.ut So n.im hnve hud no love ftir Mnvs ever alnce last season, I Why. the Ainerlojn first choice, was ! th. Longwood tournament, which I. j , he UocUnt.a t0 p,uv any mort, wlth and demanded to be sent wall within reach of the tiring line, and , str otly the nat onul doubles champion- " ' ,.., ,m n, .nme In- I .00 yards he made a dash for the ' .hlp, ' nevertheless attracted more at- ' hf "k',C"; "o " , ,t ' Z r ,Z, In ivanwlth Hill clone on his heols. After (ntloa than any of the title 1 double ' cldent- which. 'it will be remembered, was one of tho most rancorous in a few strldea Hudd put up steam and events of the day, for Nlles, who Is u I the history of the American League. went liv Hill and Wby. As they slrnight- member of the Longwood Club, was) If there were any proof of Intent on tho part of Mays to strike entd for homo Eby took the load and , withln two points of beating the chant- Chapman with the hail ho would merit trial for murder. No mere threaW , a roar wem up mm me uu, " pion in tne Newport singles a ween ago (,n lne ,)urt f flayers of other clubs to refuse to bat agftlnst tno piicnmg forty yards from tn. lape ku on came nd several thou.and longwood sup-1 r MayH wou,d ite gnffldent. Hut in 'the again find took command. Only n few peters came out to see how close he I In the Jump-off of the tie Mailer beat the last nanw KUelund for seoond place wltli a Jump using hia head. of 6 ftrt it Indies. In the Jump-off for fourth place Whalen beat .Murphy with 6 feet I Inches. Baker did not compete In the Jump-off, so that Murphy wgs placed fifth and Baker sixth. Hill Brats Eby had been necessary to play out, tlie win! ner would have been cl;se to an aver age of fours all. the way through. That SI bast waa how' the Bob o' Link expert at 1 when the match came to a con clusion on the fifteenth green of the afiirnoon round. Mo one in the country la playing bt- Tbe most sensational and nlaaalaw ner- , forniancc of tlw day was that of the half m:iers In the KOO-mcter final which Karl Eby of the Chicago A. A. almost Avon and in which Ltaut. 1. M. Scott, I' S Army, and A. B. Sprott of the Los Angeles A. C. finished fifth and sixth after a terrific race. A. O. Hill of Eng land won by a yard, due partly to the tn- gult than Maelionald at the present fac, .. Knv ...... w-,ohiiia tin. asssMtasI time. While Jloh generally had the heels ; winner pf the raca, B. O. 1. Rudd of of Hi, pel Jn the driving, it was in the South Africa, who faltered at the tap Iron play up to tho hole that he really .while Hill allpped through unobserved, best him Dlegel never got trie lead once during the match. He was one k HudH Callapsas at Finish. down at the cad of the first eighteen Americans admitted that Rudd and on the second half of the conte.t I was not quite in his best form, although MacDonsld ateadlly wore his less egpe- fhe was game to the finish, collapalng, as ricneed opponent down with a game that I (ti Thomas Campbell of Yale Cnlver left few openings Mty. and furnishing a most sensational Dlegel began the second round badly, j climax. The latter's cnrrdllMon was ssri- pulllng hla drive so close to the fit. ous for a few minutes, due to muscle thai lie had lo waste his shot chopping j Und heart spasms, but he was alt right clear. Bob annexed this one and he I Inter when he arrived at the school added the sixth and seventh as well. 1 where the Americans are quartered, turning three up with a steady par half 1 This American tug of war team was half of 3. i quickly outpulled by its English op- Coming back Mai Donald made an over ponent. but has a chance for re-entry. tronn approach that cost him the tenth. If England wine under the rules all hut he holed a ten foot putt for a Z at . teams defeated by tlie winner may com- -tlte eleventh to win, and also took tlie ! pet" for second place 109 yard thirteenth In a brace after lay- Victory In the final of the 800 metro run went to Hill because he sneaked one over on Eby. who did not expect the Briton, but watched Ugdd. Hudd was third ; B. D. Mountain of England w.i fourth; Lieut I). M. Boott, lT. N. A., fifth, and A. B. Sprott !" Angelua, A. Cm sixth. The time wa I minute 53 2-5 second.- The Olympic and world's records for this event are Iden tical, 1 mlnuU 51 1-10 seconds, held by .1. E. Meredith. United Btatoa. who made the record at Stockholm In 111!. Hudd dropped In his traeka at Ihe finish of thla race and was dragged off the course. This race was the moat sensational between half-mllera in many years Rudd, who was the favorite, waa calm at the starting mark, but Campbell w palpably nervous and made one false start. At the 'gun Eby jumped Into the lead and was five yards ahead at the turn, but was quickly overhauled. At (he end of the first lap 9oott and Camp bell were leading, with Hill third and JJTby fourth, but close up. Rudd made a great burst of s;ieed to Jump Into the lead i the back stretch, gaining close to ten yards' advantage. Turning Into the t treach Eby cut loose a desperate sprint, pulling Hill With him Both passed the falterlKg Ruddyifty yards from tbe tape. The pair raced Ihe lest few yards neck and neck, where Hill's Jump gave him th victory by a yard and a half. Eby waa second by an Inch over Hudd. wbose superhuman effort tfi regain tbe lead caused htm to drop in coilapae just over the line. Campbell All la. Too. More sensational, however, was tha crashing of Campbell, who set a fast pace up to fifty yards from home. He was utterly unconscious for five min utes and required the attention ef u Red Croaa doctor and nurses with ami nuoiplng before he recovered sufficiently enough to be assisted off the field. Tho final of th 5,00 meter run was ays would be sufficient. Hut in 'the absence of proor tnut tne acciuem Inches separated Rudd. Eby and Hill, would come to turning the trick this I , mo r, u tr i ..r. - ;v' HVe lust named running steady and !(, Not a few of Nllcs's friends, I io'eiuo u,e irou. MBg a swawissu piyci una en www ,, lng his head. I mindful of Urlmn',s victory over Johns- ciuiik v nance sunerou acciumis or uiui son ouen. nit; ... A few strides from the Mulsh Hill tln u., Saturday! were nulla confident hia death, but ho never accused a rival pitcher of intent to strike him. He made one lust effort and Just nicked lu tn Boston man could duplicate j said that when he aaw tho ball coming straight for his head he .became (inmn s feat. Their disillusionment was i paralyzed and Just could not get out of the way. Chick Fewstcr or tne over Etiy. who nosed out Rudd. The time was 1 nihuite hi 2-5 seconds, which, although fast, is behind the record of l mlnutu 51 -10 seconds made by Meredith In 1815- Campbell of Yale fU exhausted fifty yards from not long delayed, however, for Johnston ended the match Inside of forty min uter, outplaying his opponent In every respect. ... ,u- ' I. u u , I n .. , . ,....-, ill Mir ,(...in rwmw " uvi, ...... the tape, and he with Rudd had to be ; orlvlnfr affair In which Johnston out Tkers of the four Americans fntered , won, as expected, by o utile mot of Franc-e. n i manh,7'ho o.rfrote" j ..ua.ifled lo the 10,000 meter walk, i , their chances are considered good. of Hweden, third; Kusaan Ientl of Vn- I pin i in the S96 yard fourteenth Bob was hole high, but aT the line in tlie rough, in attempting to crawl through between I a tree and a bunkur he got into trouble, snd Horn dorinle five the match was car- j rlej on t.i dcrmie four. It was the Iron shot agalaat the wind, this 434 yard fifteenth, that settled matters, for Bob laid his ball about ter. feet from the cup and scored the easy 4 which gave him the im.tch. Vlie card of the match: XI. i: .mi,.- round : V i. I mi nkl Out. . . . riitgtP-ost llaeponaSstg Micel-In Afternoon round: M.n Iiiiiisld Out 1 iiege! Out Mn I iiiiald In Dlmel-In London set out not only to win but I land, fourth to better the Olympic reeord of reel 4 Inches made by Alma Richards of Cornell at Stockholm In 112, and he just did succeed. Tlie world's record Is 0 feet 7 S-le Incheavatid was made by H Beesou. Cnltcd States, in 1914. C. K Bhtwltt. 4 I 4 4 a 4 3 4 4-!H :i j s ; i 2 i .v-3S , Tie for Secoa Plaeo. Ekelund of .Sweden and H. M. Moller. Tnlted Btate-. of the Oiyniplc Club. Pan PranCtSeo, were tied for second place behind Landon, 1.90 meters, or 6 feet il Inches. John Murphy. United Statu. of the Multnomah A. A. C. of Fortland Englaml fifth, and W. R. Seagrovt, England. sixth. AH thb American entrants dropped out before one-third the race had been run. The winner's time was II minutes 6 seconda Oulllomot, the pollu. won by sixty yards over Nurml, after a great sprint. Ivan Dresser of th New York A. c. and II. H. Brown of the Boston A. A. set the pace n tbe first lap, hut at the fourth round of the track Nurml and I Oullkrmot. running a pace apart, were beginning to draw away from the field. The AmsrloAns found 1 pace too fast taken off Iho track to receive medical attention. Had Kby not watched Ttuild and nad paid more attention to Hill the American might have wou. Jo OulllMiiot, the French soldier boe, ran a remarkable race 'in the 5,000 metres final and showed conclusively that at the distant he Is In a class by himself. The statute distance Is 3.ib685 miles, and after about a quarter ot the distance bad been traversed N'umrl, the Flnlaiiiler, spurted Into the lead, but S' i CtutllenjOt ran up to his should .-r, a I the pair raced stride for stride until v. hln .50 yard from home, when tho tussle began. It was thought that the Finn might put up some kind of i thrilling fight, but those who were car ried away with the Idea were sorely mistaken, for the Frenchman left him aa easily as If he were planted In tbe soli. In the last 100 motres Oulllem it ripened up a gap of forty yards on N'umrl and won in tlie fast time of II minutes 53 3-3 aeconds, which Is nineteen seconds slower lhan tha World's recon' made by Kolchmalnert In 1912. The track to-day was soft and heavy, while Kolelimatnen had the finest track In the world when he set up his mark. There Is not the least doubt if C.ulllemot had anybody to extend him to-da,y be would have bettered all previous marks. Back man, the much touted Swede, was tully eighty yards behind the second man, and the Swedes were crestfallen at the showing of their wondjtr. Brown and Ireseer. the American entries, were out classed. There was all sorts of gloom in the Yankee ramp over tho outcome df the Held events when It was learned that Sol Butler, a sure enough winner, strained a tendon on his first trial and had to retire permanently from the con test. , The running path to the take-off was soft and Butler said afterwards that he felt his foothold giving way and guessed and outsteadled Nlles re peatedly. He was In Verfect oommand of his strokes and he met the ball with a sting that was lacking- In some, of his Newport matches. He played the lines and tl)e c inters all the time, wast ing nothing, and his control was perfect. He was equally steady forehand and backhand, and he really earned most of his points, for those that failed to go through cleanly were placed at such sharp angles that Nlles had to hurry his returns. Mle Attompla lo storm Net. Finding himself outplayed In deep court Nlles attempted every rfbw and then to storm the net, but Johnston passed him so consistently that the iwton man decided not to linger long In the dangeroua none, particularly since his overhead smashing was erratic. Johnston moved to the net only when he had forced his opponent out of position and saw an opiiortuiilty to block the return. Breaking through service twlcg Johnston ran into a lead of 5 to 2 in the opening act, but Nllw rallied and brought the score to 4 S. Bo far as the result was concerned, the match might lust as well have ended then and there, for Nlles failed to win another game. Ending the llrst fet in the tenth game by breaking through servloa, Johnston played faultlessly the rest of the match and with everyWanie appeared to he Im proving the speS of hia strokes. Every thing he tried went through successfully and Nlles was at his wits' end to know how to check the champion's advance Nile made a great fight for the last game ef tbe match, the point going to deuce eight i in. e Johnston wxs five times within a point of the match be fore he broke through finally. A clear Idea of the declalveness of Johnston's triumph may be gleaned from a glance at the stroko analysis. Yankees was aimoat killed by I'fcffcr of the Dodgers In Florida last spring. Roger Hre,iiuhn came within nn Inch of losing hia life by being struck in the temple by a pitched ball when he was a catoher with the Giants. But It waa the terrible fate of Chapmun trfthe llrst major league player to be fatally Injured through an accident of that kind. Tho entire baseball worjd sends Its stneerest condolences to his family. He was a great player, a greut fellow off tle diamond, und a credit to the game. . His death imts a J blight Oil one of tho greatest races tlie league yet has seen. Hut what Is a mere league race when compared with the life of a smgle player '. In trying to reach the jumping board , h(,h RnoW( n Mrned )oll,(g for' ,ne Modi fi-45-fx t're. ; .Walter Whalen. L'nlted States, or;aDj began lo drop out! of tho field overeached hlmaelf. Tbe two American quallflcra were Johnson and Temple ton, but trioy will hardly replace Butler when It cornea to the real test. The shot putting of Fat McOonald was a Hide disheartening to his friends. In the trial he could secure only sec ond place to Nlklander of Finland, who led with a heave ot 46 feet 4 Inches, while McDonald's best taped is feet 2 inches. McDonald said to-night that he expected to do better In tho tnal Tho Finns arc hugging themselves over the chances of Forhola, a (riant, who champion and only 8 for Nilea Tlie second round of the national doubles championship was marked by far more spirited play than that of yes terday. There was only one match that ended In straight sets and in that one William T. Tllden lid and Charlea S. Oarland of the Davis Cup team were the winners. They proved entirely too strong for T. N. Jay no and Philip Brain, the Northwestern champions, and il was merely a romp all the way. Tllden smothered three-fourths of the opposing The wore was 6 0, Is said lo be able to send the sphere VlTf returns With a PUt of 45 feet 11 Inches. The committee chose wisely when It Three American walkers are left M ..n, V.. ' l'"'' i l ."'" " v ?? tho anal of tho 10,000 meters. In I'lant, WUlta I B. Davis and Roland K. Roberts I'earman and Maroney. The two first I " ;""' 4S53S544 (1-3T-T3 T. I 4 4 4 S 4 4-.KI I 4 r, .-. :i 4 -z 2 r. 4 4 .1 5 3 3 4 look as If they might collar first and I und Dean Matliey of New York on the Dried I p l inks. T si pplicattona ot the professionals having gon unanswered by the weather man, the tourney began this morning on a courae '.list MacDonald declared re. minded him of th.e "barren rocks of Aden So dry Is th country, out here about Chicago that It anaou It will take several days of ram to put things to rtchts. Fair ways are burned brown and baked hard so that the .ball goes a tremendous distance on th roll. In fact the ground Is o parched that it Is cracking all over. Three hundred yard drives .-re common but while this sim pliflcs the game to a certain extent the players have some trouble getting un dernealh with their Irons. In addition to th.it they have to he doubly careful on 'he approach, for If a ball Is pitched rhort of the well watered greens it in liable to go on right over Into a trap, whereon a ball pitched much further will til This long driving in by no means an mon x, d blessing, for tbe players are finding that they can reach some of the the Boston A. A., and B. Howard Baker : WBCh nw wis spread around the 400- ! ,.,.i i.k t..,,.. fr ', I grandstand court, for the contest de of England were tied for fourth place at. meter track. Xurnl paced the French- I The ' protest In the 100 meter final veloped jnto the mast thrilling of the l.fi6 meters, or e feet i incn. man until turning into th stretch, I ...,me uo for decision to-day aod the Just aa Landon a victory was sa-iwher tbe pair were almost 10.1 yards i muddle ovr the start was thrown out. rounced and tlie band was plsylng Taahead of Mackman of Sweden. Here However, the placing at the finish wa Star Spangled Banner" Albert, King of j Guillemot Jumped Nuunt and raced j -lightly changed. ScboU was moved up lne Belgians, entered the stand and stood fourth aB(, Kalm Kreach- at solute until the untnem was ewK ,awa in a sprint 10 a sensational mc- ; , h.(,K tr aftn whtK, he m ...... M.-..U...1M 1,1 i Kai.kmu., v. u a h..l. I,. Oilrlv . '. - . . 1 ne King oew ii.hi ............ (, iimiiii ... - ........ airplane. Three hundred American Bof yards by Nurmi and Kokenlemle of Scouts here on thlr wsy hoaue gave Finland ituiahed fourth. Dresser, why King Albert a special cheer. King Alyl waa tho lost American to stay In tSe bert went Into the arena ad congratu-j roa, dropped out In the tenth lap, whn lsted London. The King liaewawt ir is ui rus Il K. Barron, Meadowbrook Club, I'hilodelphla, wou the first heat in the aoml-finaJs of th 110mer hunlles. WajKer Smith. Chicago A. A., was sec ond, and Orftdatt of France, third. The time, 15 se co rats, equalled th world a record. The first throe men in each of tbe semi-fiool heats qualified for the l.nded his congratulations to Guillemot. th French distance ,runnr, woe mm Just achieved a victory In the 5,000 mater event. Landon had some difficulty when the bar was put up at 10 metres, or 6 feet I Inches. HV cleared It only on tbe hirst ...nemo! Th Jumoiog from iit ... unvim i.ieinre men crowded i final. the field at Dandon's victory, while the I earl Thomson oi l nrlmontb. ropre other merit an Jumyers congratulated senting Canada, look the second heat: the winner T"red Murray of thw Now York A. C. Two Swedes, tho ESglixnman. i i. was secona ana cari v nristternssen ot Mwexien, tnuu imam 4- touiu, I . at, of tho Log Angola A. C, finished fourth then Into the Old of It snd wound upland thus was eliminated. The lime of bv hitting ToUler o raddle. I nus mi mi- ii. iseveriaca ronrarded. Joe bad won a AH four Amrlean entrants won their hole that after the first ball m the lake lrHmlut,ry beats In tho field, of twenty was something woiee Uton a forelorn bt atarlera. Barron won the oecond InMllminapv mohlnoi Iks koal alma 1 . fl-K b .!!! ls.put in to cateh tha ocond shotehope. ' . Massachusetts' seeonda Barron Just beat Thomson. of the ordinary club player. Isaac Mac-, Ilm ,.., .. ()od , who toppled two hurdles, losing hia rightly tlnlshed. W. H. (8KMW0W1 Robistson. AMERICAN WRESTLERS WIN. found himself under this handicap r .7ti-.u hv 4 nd 3 after stride, but he finish.! fast and strong this afternoon lo tho course of a rnatchj j dwn on morning rownd. I'lTte field oulskto of tho Americana and mat he was endeavoring w iuu iwi : tu. r,.ir resllv should have Ocosi oouare the fire against fieorge Thompaon of Mount Vernon. Isaac had finished the morning round six holes to the bad but in the morning but alter isyioo second up for a 3 Bowdon was mortified to see his opponent hole a twenty-five mii4. och KesHwav i the early stages !, ., t . half. Tills flnlshbig bole of Hie second round that he was only j u l0 ygrda Bowden lost lfc seeoaq, iww "us seventh holes In the nftemoon. but he would have made It warns for the cham pion nevertheloas had he had any luck with hia putting. After taking the ninth snd turning only 8 dowu on the match the Massachusetts man siarveu i mini one down ot tho seventh. Then came another turn of the wheel. Mackte lost the eighth and ninth, nod although he wen the tenth Thompson hold him alter that and won an Interesting game by t and 2. Thla Match Close One. Tlie closest match of the entire slx teen was that in which Laurie Ay ton defeated CharUo Mofncr. AyOon had a Mnffner was bunk- ered coining to the home green mn n. , J)-' ming me Dan on me up '"'ir' - V i and 1; I'eter O'Hsr. Shacna- . - k..-v.nj rmm . " r. . . -. ., - .... , ..... 1 u Orsat Merlon Thomson was mediocre. The following qualified for the semi finals: Otbaechlal, Italy: Orfldan. France : Barron, Thomson. Murray, America ; - H. Gray, Faiglaad ; Thoroon, DenmafH; W. U HiNitsr, England; Yount. America ; Hwltln, Sweden ; Smith and Christ lerssen. MeUonald la Outdoae. Pat McDonald, tho bif New York "cop. was reread to take second place . . . .. .1,- .. . . - 1 1 . I n -. -Al l - n, ut,A. n,.t k hall close on tae spproacnes iu,-i m."i - - . 4lh!taaf to cm tm BothlHo was outdone by Nlklander, of Fin went aroond In 72 Tn the morning, land, who put tho sixteen pound lead KMies going out. in SI and BowdonlHUi meters, or I fool mohea Jc- uli. The sumsaaries follow: foot putt. Hoffner waa bunkered from x vstfield. N. J.. aefaaieh Pt P his tee shot for th. lteenth but .he U ,.. , oW Wp ' I d a good putt tor a nan ano oiuus." - .-fja. s S: torn Kennel off another stroko that elicited applause , iciMtt. - ctilctto. def sated A K asd , llnsl. I X I I uiKJoe SbWter. St. Albans, from the gajlcry. after getting into tne H;cjJrth. Hiatal, cmeogo, trap gt. aiding the 176 yard socono. 'early up to Ayton nfter thla. no to i hange the tune Laurl sank a putt , ... . ... ..... ... KHO "i .ti leet to win me nwwi - ana , - . Share. "hl- srd third, the Ivth hoi. of tbe mtch. U, JuiuHU, In contrant to this match wan the one "J.'' 'Vieaied Walll Nfson. lndlanaeult.. .M estnioreiano, n .hi mm . ., " ..,., Jack Urn son, had come Into Willi VT and ..ii i ..k nun. ihl- ocs ttrnmrn- T irSi. Hulinlo. 0 sad 3: toumawtent .iiil,,. Mum VorOOn, N. v.. u.- ihn totirnsmeet through the withdrawal of Arthur ClarK- ,,- ,.c Mackle. (ainoe .ro. aun,, . on of Kenosha and Qeorg. Fotherrltvg- K. ).. snd s. t ''rH;,'' ok,r.T a ham of Richmond County. Tellktr da-1 ctir "'ir-"Z,,, susset Hills. 8. Usui. r-t3Tis (jMrr Bowden, lonini.inwo on. . O rharTM SIP VO. bUsWWalfl , nwrslWHl. ChsW. ,,,, RoMomu. ! WealDMrsland. eajo. "V?".' ('r I hrst. distance .4 meters I feel - tugged tn tlu t Vhl'iu'r" J uo (S Inches) : AOranamsson, secenn. .s onoa snd m "a ted Roseman by the one siaea mmr- i fMltMl rnft Jfwa. Kin of 10 no and 9 to play, after stand- I ntoii, 4 and ch.r.'i" ,' ' ing up on the first rlghtoes. Telller i'i not lose a hole until be cam. around to the m-nlli tlu. sMli time. This Mstoa, ,hlp.rii I Ursa Born. Jmt1 chant of the Dlympic Club. San Fran elsco. with .s meters (31 feet 4 Inches). The Aral qualifying heat In tho 10.000 meter walk waa won by Frlgerio of Italy. J. B. Penman, New York A. C. waa aecond, Parker of Austrolla third, l'areai of Italy fourlhXc. E. J. Qunn of England fifth and Seftora of Belgium sixth.. W. J. Rolker of the New York A, C. wgs seventh, being shut out. as only tho first six qualify, The winner's time wnn 47 mlnutea I t-i seconds, as against U. aouldtng'n record or if :)! 2-5 mad al Stockholm. After tho Srst hoot of this event It was discovered that the course covered hretero (41 fool) ; NUosan, Sweden, was wss on. lap short, The heat will stand fifth, wtth ii.tm meter : jammer, bs- but tho tune wa thrown out. . thonla. axlh IS- motera (n the second qualifying heat In the H. C Conn. No Yqrh A. C, with 10,000 meter walk Hehlr of England wns lt.ia meter (14 feet 4 inches), and first; MeMsster, South Africa, second; .'.forge 1. Blhlman. Olympic Club, Han T. A. Maroaey. St. Anselm'a A, ('..New Praneiaoo. with II3T5 meters (44 feet York, third; William Plant, Morntngsldo i inches), failed to ouallfy. A. C, New York, fourth; Uclendex, America qualified twm men In the run- ! Spain, nfth; Doyen. Belgium, sixth. The nlng brood Jump- They war Carl & j winner's tiros was II mlnutos 34 3-5 scc Johoson, I'ntverslty of Michigan, and H. nml. In the nrst rouna oi tns tug-of.war the Donald, who represents tho Now York A. C waa second with 14,01 meters, or a little better than 44 feat. McDonald set the Olympic record at Stockholm at 15,34 meters, or 10 foot I tnohos. but to day ho put tho shot with a thumb In bandage 00 th result ef an accident on shipboard, -Porkola of Finland was third. 14.038 miter (48 fast), and H. B. Lrversedg. U Su Navy, was fourth, with 13.71 afternoon. It went five hurd sets and more than three hours before the Pa cific coast pair triumphed by it .core Of 88, 1013, 04, 46, J. Tbe steadiness of the Uotham team, their splendid getting throughout tho match and their skilful manoeuvring tailed to prevail over the superior speed of their opponents. The Californtans set a fast pace throughout and hit hard. Their swift, sharp breaking service had the New York men worried at all tlmns. Roberta's aervlce proved to bo the more effective and waa a leading factor In the Victory. On the other side of the net, neither Washburn's nor Mathey's service had any offensive strength. Although Davis and Koberts won tho first set. S 3, they were hard pressed all the way. Eight of the nine games went to douce. Then, strange to say. came a long 13 10 second aet In which only one of the twenty -two (gameswas a deuce game. Thay won on service until tho eleventh gam, when Mathey's ser vice was broken through, but the Cali fornians loat their advantage In the next game when Davis dropped his sen ice. The score was all and the set ran on for ten additional gamea before Wch burn and Math.-y clinched It. In the latter games tbey employed tlie lob fre quently to break up (heir opponojita' net game and sueceeded because ltob erla'a overhead smashing was 010 tia They divided the next two sets, play being very even and Interesting ul: the way. Washburn and Mathey were stroking more steadily, but the game of their opponents was more aggressive tera (22 fet 4 inches); Frankson, ' and morn forceful. Sweden, fourth, 6.73 meters (22 feet); Then came th Anal aet, nearly an It. U Templ.ton, Lolond Stanford Unl- I hour after all tho other matches had veralty, fifth, 6.S7 meters (2 feet 11 been completed, (lames went on sr Inohes) ; Aaatad, Norway, algth, 6.IJ ! vice for six games, and then the Call meter (II foot 10 Inches). ' fornlans won three in a row, breaking sol Butler. Dubuaue College, with 6.60 , through Washburn's service first and meters, pulled a tendon on tha first Jump then Mathey's In the linul game, which .mi failed to nualtfv. ' did J. w Mr. : was onough lo settle tho victory In Add lo Triumphs of In I ted Stnlos at Antwerp. .Antwerp, Aug. 17 In the dreoo Roman wrestling preliminaries J. Cil lery. United States Navy, outpointed Maaron of Holland, and John K. Vorrea Chlcago-Oreek A. A. C, pinned Dlaletis of (jre.ee to the mat In IS minutes. Ulaletts lives in N.w York. Th. Dane Torgensn put away his Czech opponent neatly In 10 mlnutea Swixart of the United States Navy (threw Rangier. Italian, with a double arm bar aftor three minute of wrest ling. The Italian kissed the American at the conclusion of the match and Hwi gart relumed the salute. MSrtTKP sKATlNU K.WK FILMS. The films that shew the farts of a disputed skating roc In Chrlstlanla. NorwaJ-. be tween Oscar statlwlson an liohby McLean for th world's till have arrived la this country asd will bs ahown at the New York Theatre, Forty-fourth street and Broad way. , Amerlrurt Athletes Continue to Set a Hot Paro. Fur the American track and Held team at Antwerp yesterday the sweet waa mingled with Just a little bitter, but the general result still re tained u favorable, saccharine fluvor, and America stands at the top of the standing "with perhapa DMfo points thnt it had counted on scoring m the first six finals. We And some satisfaction, too, in the fact that England has been able to do far better than she hud expected and that to date she has outclassed the Swedes, who had been counted on to give the Yankees the Sternest opposition. England stands third In the sooting, with Finland second. 0 It was a bitter pill (or the American to swallow yesterday when they did nut get u place In the 5,000 mtters, but this was hardly a surprife. We knew that we oould not cope with the foreign stars In the 5,000-and 10,000 meter runp, but we hoped against hope in the first named event. Both of these races were originated at tlie Stockholm games. Wo did not cet a place in the shnrtor race In 1912, but placed Tewanlma second in the 10,000 meters. Lundon's fine work In the running hvigli Jump yesterday retained for America a, supremacy which It gained at Athens lu 1896, and has held In all of the seven Olympic revivals with tlie exception of the 1906 meet at Athens, When Leahy, tho Irish Jumper, won the event. At Stockholm It was a (lerman, Llesche, who was placed second lo the record setting Richards, arid who unset the cult-ulatlons of Horlne, who went to Sweden with the ex pectatioof doing at least 6 feet h inches. But In the Antwerp games there are no derma ns. And nobody seems to miss them cither. Rudd' Defeat Is Ihe Biggest I'psel of the (iame. The biggest surprise of the games came yesterday when Rudd, the great South' African from Oxford why gave us a sample of his running In Philadelphia not so long ago, was beaten in the final ot tho .800 meters. Hudd seems to have gohe stale. He did well in tho first heats, but did not look so well in the semi-finals on Monday. And yesterday he not only failed to win but he was not even second. Hill of Kngland had been ac counted dangerous', but we expected that Rudd would beat him. For the South African to finish no better than third In a race timed m 1 minute 53 2-5 seconds waa something of a stunner. Kby 'deserves great credit for finishing second. Ted Meredith tfave us that event at Stockholm in the record time of 1 minute 519-10 second, and beat the great Mel Sheppard and Ira Davenport. We haimhat race all to ourselves then. That Earl Thomson of Dartmouth and Canada' may not have things all his own way In tho hurdles was indicated yeoterday when Barron of Philadelphia equalled the record of 15 seconds for tho 110 metiir high hurdles. Thomson wascredlted with a similar performance In another heat. Thomson, of course, is' the favorite, but thing may happen. If Thomson does win the hurdles he will snap a long sttlryt of Yankee successes In that speciality In the Olympic games. America won tho 110 meter hurdles at all previous Olympic meets. Curtis won at Athena in 1896, Kraepslein at Paris, Schule at St. Louis, Leavitt at Athena in 1906, Hmithson at .London in ( seconds, and Kelly at Stockholm, with Wendell and Hawkins, also of America, right behind lilm. That our string is in danger is due only to the fact that Canada can call on a hurdler who Is practloaliy American. Yenrken, Australia, anil I.yle E. Mahan. New York, ilcfcatad J. H. Nlcholl anil W Hand. Boston, 00. 00, 1-0. 0 t. Wallace F. .lohn. son and Stanlev V Pearson, Philadelphia, ilefcati'ii n. 4. R, .ions anil Arnold W Jones, Providence. 2. K2. 5-7. 0-2. Willis B. Onvls ami Kolsnil K. Huberts, San Francisco, ilefeatiil Waison M. Washburn sud Dvan Matliey. 0-3.. 10-11. 0-4. 4-11, 0-3. ' Longwood Cricket Cub. Women's Invitation Similes First Hound MR? Bremla Heiltlrom defcattut Miss Lillian Coffin, fl-1. 01. Second Hound Miss Phyllis Walsh won from Miss luirothy I,e by default: Miss Floreiifie Hllin defeated Mrs. Ansa tach lun, s-l, 2: Miss Marlon Xinil"rstrln de feated Mis Uremia HedHroni. 0-0. 03: Mrs. B. E. Cole defeated Mr. Nathaniel W. Nlles. 75. 01; Mrs. F. H Otidfrey won from Miss Clivlehea fllnn by default: Miss K.leaiiur Tonnanl defeated Mini Rosamund Newton, Ol, 02: Mrs. Percy Wllbourn de buted Miss lierothy Van Htlek. 0-2, :i; Mi- Pension. Anderson defeated Miss Alice Bayard. 03. 00, 0-3; Miss Martha Bay ard defnated Mrs. Robert ilaydnvk, 36, 04. B 3. Third Round Miss Helen Baker defeated Miss Frances Jsnnlngs, 00, 01: Mrs. Anas Shurtleff defeated Mrs. A. C. Butler, 8 it, o-a DoubWs First Round Miss Isabella Mum ford and Miss Penelope Parkman defeated Miss Anna Fuller and Miss Cornelia Rur Cess, 3 d, 63. 01; Mrs. Barser Wallaeh snd Mrs. L. i:. Morris defeated Miss Frances Jennings and Mis Alie Jenckes, 02, 6-0; Mr. P. H. Oodfrty and Miss Les lie Bancroft defeated Miss Horothy Iaie and Miss tlsoilall, -l. rt-0. Slecond Round Mrs. A. Leachman and Mn. N. W. Nile defeated Mrs. A. C. Butler and Mia Martha Carr, 02, 7-3; Mr. Will iam J. Clothier and Mrs. Q. P. (Isrdnar, Jr.. dvfeatvd Miss Rosamuad Newton and Mrs. K. C. Billing. 2 d, 07. 0-4:. Miss Klronur Tvnnant ami Miss Marian Zlntlor stein defeated Mrs W. 0. Huittoou and Mrs. Percy Wllbourn. '8 2, -; Mrs. Ruben H Avdock and Miss Kle-hmra Hears defeated Mi's Brenda liedstrom nnd Miss pi'iisioii Anderson. Ot-3. 64; Mrs. A. Sliurtleff and Mrs. B. K I '! defeated the Misses Kath trine and Annelle Stiles. 0-0, 6-0. ENGLISH SUGGEST MEEf WITH AMERICA .A I ,,., Want Competition at London on September 4. AntwekP, Aug. IT. A proposal by il,ei favor. Washburn's weakness 1 r.ngusa airueiw. ot uxturu ana -t :tm- owrhead, his tendenc? to play a ball I brldoo unlvaroltlss to have the Olympic safu that offered a splendid oaportunlly for a "kill" cent his side a number of Important points. Johnston vs. Ml. FIRST 8BT- jehnston I 4 i J 5 5 4 I J 4-34-0 v(e, 40243 3 04 4 i-27-4 8r. Double Outs. Place, vice. Faults. IS 0 4 R-20-6 4 0 3j-tl-0 00 0 2 Nets .lolinston.. 11 Nlles 0 1J 2 SECOND SET. Johnston.... x 4 4 ! Nlles 0 t i Johnston.. 4 II IV Nlles 10 2 TH1RI1 SET .Mhnston Nil! a 9 ii i ii 2 13 S 1 0 ReeaaMnlsthNl. Pts. O'nw. N. O. P. 8. DF. 1 21 S3 41 n ,V 4 IT S3 7 1 Ksnsed Dulnts. .inhuman. 41: Nlles. s. Kstlenal tieubles Ohasiplonihln First .... 4 B 4 . ... 2 i a Johnston Nlles. . . . Johnston N'llea ntrants from th. l'nlted States compete with Oreat Britain's stars In a dual meet at Quean's Club. London, on Sep tember 4 is under consideration. It was learned here to-day. The protect Is said to be fostered by athletes of the two F.ng Hh institutions, who sr. organising a club similar to th. American Intercolle giate association to Increase Interest In athletics la England. Tha American have agreed to the plan for the dual meet If It does not Inter fere with tho date aet for their sailing, whloh'has not y.t been fixed by the Government transport service. The events suggested by the Engllh- 4 4 12336 I mar. would Include a 400 yard rtlay race 2 o lo- 00 for tams of four, each main running 100 yards; a mile rolny for quarter rollers, a two mile relay for half milers and four and sight mile relay for distance men. i i The programme also would Include the 2 1 high and broad Jumps and a 120 yard high hurdles. The American Olympic pole vaulters (irlffinT sis Fr"nelseo. ion from J Hen hi. ve been requested to give an exhibition nesy and F. usstlan ivy default. alter r. I of their prowess, ss r.ngusn ainiei.es If a short on Dlarod osrsr a pono. irm Ayign, -ay.- uadsdsJoSM Bra. Burn star lard his too slant with in sit f.t of h nrn. while Roseman Played into th middle of the pond and cago, n1 Chi Chi L. Temnlaton. Inland Stanford, Jr., Uni versity. I British team defeated their American Hayes and Ralph II. Ilurdlek, Western sec- af n thla form of event. Tha beat qualifying for UJM final re- opponent. Th Americans had BMB I W 1' -TT TT-t-" n J Petersaon, Sweden, t hance against tne Itnttslier. being out- inm nrsji inn leet in u 3-a see the aecond In 84 seconds .ters (22 feet inches) : (J K. .lohns ui, ! In the second match of thin round Hol- fnlvcralty of Michigan, third, sa- hand Uten Itsly. 1 suited 0 follows: Hwond Round- Frederick II. Alexander an 14 Howar Vosheil, New York, defeated W. I B. Porter and It BWwell, Boaioti. 3-0. A-l, I 0-t. 4 William T. Tllden, Philadelphia, j and Charles R. Garlaa. Pittsburg, defeated T. N. Jayne and Philip Brain, Northwestern clonal champions, o, s o-a. artaor i SCHOLZ IS PLACED FOURTH IN SPRINT Olympic Jury Says That An nouncer Erred. r'. A smashing cut ) 8,799 men's suits. Three bargain prices. Summer weights. Fall weights. Winter weights. Mixtures. Serges. All sizes. The biggest Sale we've had in years. Doors open at 8:30. 176 were $48.00 579 were $50.00 324 were $55.00 708 were $60.00 ' 465 were $65.00 631 were $70.00 353 were $75.00 $35 now. 284 were $60.00 990 were $65.00 N 1018 were $70.00 1070 were $75.00 904 were $80.06 181 were $85.00 179 were $90.00 $45 now. 199 were $80.00 344 were $85.00 148 were $90.00 100 were $95.00 146 were $100.00 $55 now. Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th St. "Four Convenient Corners" Broadway at 34th St Fifth Ave, at 41st Si Antwkkp, Aug. 17. The placing In Iho 100 meter race yesterday, which were protested by America, were still the sebject of dlsputo to-day. The French filed a protest over the tart also, so a i.MnioB ui me uiympic games Jury wi b,..j cill.'.l for this afternoon to consider the i , " whole question and Inspect the photo-j Warren " 'ib iusn oy tne omelal photogra Iber of the Swedish athletic team. Sonv of the photographs of the finish clearly show'Scholx, the Amerldon. away Ihead f Aliltahn, the Frcnchrrinn, who was placed fourth, while Uchols was de clared to have 'finished fifth. An official order was said fo have Ueneflven to place Schola fourth, but Ihe Belgian press announcer, as well ao the result on the board, scored Schola fifth. When the jury took up the protest if unanimously voted to disallow them. The Jury announced, however, that i'choli was placed fourth, Allkahn'nfth :tnd Murehlson of America sixth. A protest over another point In the game was entered this forenoon, it was! Ifmf Tx Til Sllli I mane by the Amerlean newspaper men 1 nlBDI l AItiau auum.it nn,. of the ilel.ri.-in snnnnr,.... tmLM sMJCl KJM their complaint belnfe they could not un- EAST 2mi "r- LEXlNCTtiN NH 3I AV (ierstand the announcements the Belgian UfXlD Q17C was suppos-d to make in ISngllsh. They VV KlKJlXtDdtD demanded that an American whose Eng- Coos hula o i.sii iney coma romprcnena undertake oU E.L J 4L....J u.l. UMUI suiis cmoncu JlW- e me 9BS TTJLL'1 t HORSES ADD CARRIAGES. this work, and in this they were sup ported by the English and Swedish newspaper men. MICH VKI.S NT04PS DAVIfl. Bohhy Michaels, tho East Ride lightweight n ho ha developed Into a formidable fighter. AUTOS TIRKH BODIES TUBBfi. AUTOS ALL AT REDUCED PRICES All Summer Cars Now Sacrificed. Demonstrations f liven: Automobiles Taken In Trsde. ONE YEAR'S CREDIT ARRANHRn No Nateal No Mortcages! N Publlclly! i job. t'adlllsrs. 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