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r THE SUN, k SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1919. Sweetser Ardsley's 18 Year Old Golfer Carries Sawyer, Veteran, to 38th Green in Siwanoy Invitation Tourney 4 3 .: i WHITE FURNISHES SURPRISE AT to Defeats Mcllwnln of Homo Club, 2 and 1 at Southampton. ALSO BEATS WHITNEY Disposes of Trans-Mississippi Champion in Semi-final in Extra Hole. Bptttal Dttpatch to Tn Sex., Southampton, L. I., Aug. 9. Gardi ner Vf. 'White, Nassau County Club champion, upset the calculations of the wise one who had figured Nelson Whlt ncjr, Trans-Mlsslsslppl and Southern champion, to win tho natlonat links In vitation golf tournament here to-day. "White subdued the Southerner In a 1 ,.liole match In tho semi-final and then followed this victory up by defeating Archie Mcllwaln of tho home club, Z and 1, In the final round. The Whitncy-Whlte battle proved a tough, stubborn affair from the first green to the finish. Whitney got a lead at the first and Increased It at the sec ond", scoring 4s to White's 6s In each case. After halving the third, Whitney picked up another with a 3 on the fourth, where Whlto encountered trouble and took E. But the latter recovered and cut his handicap to 1 with wins on the fifth and sixth. He scored a 2 on the latter. The seventh was halved, but "Whitney took tho eighth, and turned 3 up after the ninth had been halved. " White's 4 won the tenth, and after the eleventh and twelfth had been halved, he also took the thirteenth, 3 to 4. He found trouble at the fourteenth and ran to 6, Whitney' winning with a 4. .White reversed the figures on tin seventeenth. Whitney's ball settled In a tat hole and he picked up, conceding the hole. The eighteenth netted each a 5. White got the first extra hole with a 4. Whitney overran his approach putt and failed to get down coming back. Their cards follow: White, out 5 5 5 S t 1 t 5 t II Whitney, out 4 UKIS4 fi 10 White, la 4 5 4 1 5 4 14 5 JS SO Whitney, In t 6 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 40 10 aicllwalue Gives Battle. Mcllwalne gave White a hustling good battle all the way In the .final round, leading the Nassau player at the end of the first nine holes. Doth had been rather erratic In their play. On the re turn journey White braced up smartly and clipped six strokes from his total of 43 for the first half. After losing the first two holes Mc llwalne took the third, 5 to 6. White had a 3 to win the fourth, but Mc tlwalno got the fifth and seventh In 5s. White encountering trouble In each case. A 4 on the eighth won for Mcllwalne and gave him the lead, which he held through the ninth, which was halved. White' evened the match, 3 to 4, on the eleventh, but promptly lost tho twelfth, 6 and 4. The fourteenth awl fifteenth went to him with a 4 and a E. giving him the lead again. Ha also won tho sevenenteenth with a 3 to Mc Xlwalne's 4, giving him the match. First 8lxteen, Seml-Flnal nound Archi bald Mcllwalne, National, defeated S. E. Brown, Detroit, and 1; Gardiner W. White, Nassau, defeated Nelson M. Whit ney. Audubon, 1 up (it holes). Final nound White defeated Mcllwalne, 3 and 1. First Deaten Eight, Seml-Flnal Round Fred Snare, Havana, defeated C. It. Mel lon. Morris County, 1 up; C. IX. Amor, Myopia, defeated M. W. Littleton. Jr., Oar; den City, t and 4. Final Round Snare defeated Amory, 3 and 1. Second Sixteen, Seml-Flnal Round S. P. Nash. BaltusroL defeated M. J. O'Brien. Bhlnnecock. I and J; E. S. Knapp, West Brook, defeated W. M. Reekie, Upper Montclalr. 5 and I. Final Round Nash defeated Knapp, 2 and 1. Second Beaten Eight (eeml-Snal round) Flndlay S. Douglas, Nassau, defeated J. O. Jackson. Oakland. 4 and 1, T. M. Clar- iln, UrooKllne, defeated Walter C flhoup, laltuirol. 6 and S, Final Round Clafltn defeated Douglas, and 1. Third Sixteen (aeml-flnal round) J. II. Blossom, Cleveland, defeated Shenpard Uomana. Enslewood, I up; N. P. Bing ham,' Chevy Chase, defeated A. 8. Bourne, National, and 4. Final Round Bingham defeated Blos som. 1 up. Third Beaten Sight (semi-final round) T. M. Robertson. National, defeated C P. Dixon. Jr., Kockaway Hunt, 4 and 2; J. C. Parrlah. Jr National, defeated C. V. Mes role, EnglewoodV I and 4. Final Round Parrlih defeated Robin son. 1 and 1. Fourth Sixteen. Seml-Flnal nound Will- Jam Watson, Baltusrol. defeated D. P. Kingsley, Oarden City, 1 up; II. J. Whlg- fcam. National, defeated It. J. Howell. Weithampton. 1 up. Final round Whig- ham defeated Watson, J and 1. Fourth Beaten Eight. Seml-Flnal Round R. a. Twyoffort. Maldatone. de feated L. n. Coleman. Maidstone. 1 up (21 holes: T. IL Wlckwlre. Buffalo, defeated II. W. Brooks, Rockaway Hunt. 1 and X. Final round Wlckwlre defeated Twyeffort and 1. . Fifth Sixteen. Seml-Flnal Round James A. Tyng. National, dsfeated II. A. Ward. Weithampton. 5 and 4: E. A. Lynch, Rock away Hunt, defeated M. II. Goodwin. Es- 3 ex County. 5 and 1. Final round Tyng created Lynch, 1 up (It holes). Fifth Beaten Eight. Seml-Flnal Round 3. . Martin. Indian Hill, defeated J. D. Sawyer by default; J. T. Gillespie. Som erset Hills, defeated George O. Bourne. Nassau. 1 and X. Final round Gillespie defeated Martin, 1 up. T. A. STEELE TAKES CUP. Wins Feature Match on Canoo Brook Links. me nnai results in mo uinoe roo Country Club tournament tor me i'rev dent's cup at Summit, N. J., yesterday follow: F. A. Steele beat A. C. Puddlngton, 2 up and 1, final. Bassett cup A. C Puddlngton beat E. E. Wood, S up 4. Rail Sweepstaks (thtrty-stx entries) First prlxe, V. B. Henry, J 23, TE; vecond prlxe, F. Latham. 95 It, 77: third prlxe, triple tie, F. K. Hill, 817, SI: W. J. McNab, 8918, 81: B. Miller, 14 23, 81. Special handicap, class A, first prize, F. Latham, 91 IS, 73; sec ond prize, F. R. Hill. 887, 81. Class B, first prize. V. S. Henry. 98 23, 7E; second prize, E. Miller, 104 23, 81. TESREAU WILL PITCH TO-DAY. Will Do on Mound for Our Em- pey'a Team at Dyckinan Oral, Another major leaguer was added to the fast growing list on the Treat 'Em Rough Baseball Club yesterday when Guy Empey signed Marty Kavanaugh, tho former Tiger, to play first base. Kavanaugh will plavf thl afternoon at Dyckraan Oval, niar the Dyckroan street subway station, when the Empey outfit will play another double header -ith the Bacharach Olants of Atlantic City, the third of their series; Cannon, hall Redding will pitch for the Olants In the opener and Hubbard or Wick- ware will work in the, other. The Treat Em Roughs will have Jeff TeeTeau. former Qlant In the box In 1j the feature, wRh Jimmy Clinton for the 5 first, contest, Kmpey; will have, In his . sunp, io i(wwu je-n , jiaene, Ceoety, Tlerney. Meara. Marty Kavan. B,,Ji. Meuaoan. HettMewalte. JaY ' T Golfers Who Engaged in Final Round Match at Siwanoy J Sawyer Beats Sweetser. In Fierce Golf Struggle Ardsley Youngster Carries Leads at End of Morning Round by 1 Up Proves Mettle in Match Play. By INNIS There Is nothing of dross In the golf ing makeup of Jesse W. Sweetser, Ardley's 18-year-old links sensation. Though he lost the final match of the Victory cup tournament at Siwanoy yesterday to D. E. Sawyer of. the home club, the young man proved conclusive ly that he is a clear grained, almon pure golfer and a bearcat of a match player. tie carried Sawyer to the thirty-eighth green for a decision. That he had tho skill of a master at his finger tips he showed a short time since by shooting a 69 at Apawamis to qualify for the Westchester champion ship. But his elimination In the semi final of that Joust by Lester Conley left some doubt as to his ability In match play. In earlier matches of the Siwanoy tournament he began to pile up evidence of such ability. Yesterday he added on the convincing touches. In Ned Sawyer he was meeting a player reckoned one of the veterans of stiff match play of the country. Thir teen jiears ago, back In the days when a lollypop had decidedly more fascin ation for Sweetser than a driver or mashie. Sawyer won the Western ama teur championship and he has been ac-. customed to reading his name in the headlines since. Of late years Sawyer has not figured overpromlnently In big golf events. But during this season he has taken part In no less than two of the prime events of the year in this section, the metro politan amateur and the national open, and he had set no mean store by the winning of the Siwanoy affair. More over, Sawyer Is an ace at match play; what the professional clan describes as a great money player, meaning that when the pinch comes he's there from countless different angles. Siveetser Frores Mettle. He was there all right yesterday. Otherwise the motif of this chronicle would be the recounting of how the youngster won. As' it is, it Is reduced to a recital of what a worthy battle he waged In losing. The point to be regis tered Just hero Is that It must be a case of flint against flint, when so many sparks fly at the clashing. No doubt about the flinty- surface of Sawyer's golfing, ergo the deduction that there Is no little silica Is Sweetser's golfing exterior. The morning round was a decidedly mediocre performance Judged In the light of standard medal play golf. Er rors of execution from the tees, through the fairways and on the greens were mixed with misjudged efforts In such a way as to make the recorded Asures from hole to hole look decidedly shabby. But there was unmistakable evidence of violent conflict In match competition all the way. The two rolled up forty-three strokes apiece In going out In the morning, fully four or five over what either would rea sonably be expected to do in medal play. But there was action at each hole, as may be Judged from the fact that each hole yielded a decision in favor of one of the two. Of the entjre eighteen holes but one, the sixteenth, was halved. Sweetser finished the round 1 up. The youngster took the first with a 4, when Sawyer landed short of the green with his second and took two putts. Sweetser promptly hooked to the rock wall going to the second and had to play out safe, still forty yards back of Sawyer's drive. He slathered a wonder ful brassle some 22S yards to the green for hit third. Sawyer misjudged his dis tance badly and carried over the green Into the rough' with a spoon second. He dubbed his first mashie effort and Sweet ser won, with a E. Sawyer Wins Short Third. The short third went to Sawyer when Sweetser took three, putts after both drove' the greets Sawyer sleo get the fourth with a par. 5. 8wtsr's second Veteran Through 38 Holes BROWS, found a trap and he took two to get out nnd five to get on. The fifth went to Sweetser with a 6. This time it was. Sawyer who needed three putts. The sixth is another short one, and again Sweetser had three putts after driving the green. Sawyer won In 3. The Siwanoy star hooked out of bounds on the seventh. Sweetser put his second in a trap and ran over the green Into the rough on his third. But he holed a chip shot to count a par 4 and won. Both bungled the eighth. Each found a trap with bis second. Sawyer took 2 to get out, and Sweetser won with a E. The latter overplayed his mashie second on the ninth, and the hole went to Sawyer with a par 4, leaving Sweet ser 1 up to the turn. a The next three holes went to Sweetser In a row. 4,3 and 4, Sawyer being one above. The latter retaliated by grab bing the next three In succession. His figures were 3, 5 and 3, the latter a "birdie" on the 430 yard fifteenth. The sixteenth was halved. Then Sawyer evened the fatch, 4 to S, at the seven teenth, a stymie blocking Sweetser's putt lor a 4. sawyers second sliced to the brook on the eighteenth. He dropped far back on the seventeenth and played a fine Iron to the edge of the" green for his fourth. But Sweetser landed his third on and won with a 8, to finish the first round 1 up. Afternoon Itonnd Is Better. The afternoon was a slight Improve ment In total strokes and a repetition of the hectic conflict of the morning In competitive play. The first two holes were halved,' Sweetser missing a three foot putt for a 4 to win the second, after Sawyer had topped his drlvo and taken throe to get on. The short third again proved a tough nut for Sweetser. Both drives were trapped. Sweetser played out across the green Into high grass. He chipped back and missed a short putt for a 4. Sawyer got his second putt down to win with that figure, and even the match. Sweetser grabbed the fourth when Sawyer hooked his drive and failed to get nut onto the fairway with his second. Jiweetser ran down a par E. The count was reversed at the fifth. Sweetser sliced his second Into the rough under some trees, and didn't get on with hli third. Sawyer left the gato wide open on the short sixth with a mashie sliced down under some trees. But Sweetser temporarily chucked away his chance with a hoist out' Into the road off the course. His second was a beauty, twelve feet from the pin. Sawyer made a fine recovery, landing eight feet from the cup. Sweetser missed his putt and Sawyer had a putt for a 3 to win. Instead he overran the cup and laid himself a stymie. Sweetser got the hole with a 4. Sawyer got the seventh, 4 to' S. After halving the eighth In 4s Sweet ser took the ninth with a bird 3, run ning down a twenty foot putt He turned 1 up. The vtenth and eleventh were halved In 5 and 8 respectively, Sawyer chipping on from thorough to within two feet, of the plri on the latter. Sawyer got tho twelfth when Sweetser's second landed short .In the brook. But the youngster promptly took the thirteenth, 3 to 4, Sawyer being trapped from the tee. Three putts cost Sweetser the fourteenth. Sawyer holing a 4. Sawyer also got the fifteenth. 4 to E, giving him the lead for the first time. Sweetser chipped short on htm third and Sawyer ran down a ten foot putt bvreetser Takes Seventeenth. The sixteenth was halved In 4s after Sweetser wasted one shot just off the greeny The seventeenth saw Sweet ser's second twelve feet from the cup, with Sawyer o'n the edge of the green. Tho tatter's approach partially stymied thf youngster. But he ran his putt true for the hole. It lacked about one revolution of the pellet ot dropping. It left Sawyer a dead stymie. Sweetser won, 4 to S. The eighteenth was halved In 5s. Both were Just off tho green In and laid chip shots dead. Sawyer was short of the green on his second for the first extra holo. Sweetser shanked a high mashie Into the toll grass to tho right He recovered with a-mas-terly high pilch eight feet from the cup. Sawyer ran up a put to fifteen Inches of the cup. It was up to the kid. He chugged the ball home snugly and the crowd yowled. A wonderful Iron second on the next left Sawyer no more than a seven foot putt for a 3. Sweetser was hole high Just off the green. He chipped up a little over three feet away. Sawyer barely missed Ills J. Sweetser's next rolled lazily past the cup, and he tapped Sawyer's ball In and congratulated him on his victory. Lester Conley of Siwanoy beat his club mate, J. S. Worthlngton. 2 up In the second sixteen. J. D. Newman of Fox Hills beat A. W. Halgh of Scarsdale 4 and 3 In the third sixteen. H. G. Wel borne, Woodland, beat G. E. Folk, Wykagyl, 3 and 2 In the fourth sixteen, while G. P. F. Smith, Siwanoy, defeated H. D. Brewster, Scarsdale, 9 and 1 in tho fifth sixteen. BAKER FIRST HOME IN HALF MILE RUN Starting From Scratch, "Wins Feature Itaco in N. Y. A. C. Meet at Travers Island. Homer Baker of the Glencoe A. C yesterday won the 880 yard handicap run from scratch, the feature of the weekly handicap games of the New York Athletic Club at Travers Island. Despite the fact that his opponents were allowed big handicaps Baker won the event by two yards over William Goode of the Alpha Physical Culture Club, who was In receipt of a thirty-five yard start Louis Gaskell of the Kings County A. A, who started from the thirty-eight yard mark, finished third. Baker took the lead In the final furlong and had little trouble In shaking oft Goode and Gaskell. Baker covered the distance In 1 minute EE 2-E seconds. Loren Murchlson, unattached, the for mer St Louis A. A. filer and national sprint champion, finished second from scratch In the 220 yard handicap run. Tho event was won by B. O. Berqulst of the Swedish-American A. C. who was allowed a handicap of thirteen yards. The Swede won by about two feet In 23-1-5 seconds. The mile run, the only other track event on the programme, went to A. Turner of the New York A. C. Turner started from the twenty yard mark and won by five yards over W. Goode of the Alpha Physical Culture Club In 4 min utes 20 2-5 seconds. The summaries: 220 Yard Run (Handicap) Won by II. O. Deraulst Swedish-American A. C. (11 Tarda); Loren Murehlaon, unattached I scratch), second; Percy Verwayen, Saltm Crescent A. C ( yards), third. Time, 0:21 J. S. f SO Yard Run (Handicap) Won by Homer Baker, dlencoe A. C. (scratch): Wllllsm Ooode. Alpha Club (It yards), second; Louts Qaskell, Kings Countr A. A. (II yards), third. Time. 1:S5 2-5. One Mile Run (Handicap) .Won by A. Turner, New York A. C. (20 yards) j W. Goode, Alpha Club (It yards), second: Uddle Rank, Paullat A. C. (10 yardsi third. Time. 4:10 2-1. Runnlns Broad Jump (Handicap) Won by a Lehrer, Pastime A. C. (10 Inches), with actual of 10 feet Inches; E. Get ter, Mornlnsslde A. C. (I feet), with actual of II feet 11 M Inches, second; II. Fleg.ii- bJu.m'.at!1?rl' Ki & .ttri,, wUl actual of II feat IK Inches, third. Throwlnr the Javelin (Handicap) Won by B. Llchtman. Pastime A. C. (to feet), with actual throw of 140 feet I Inches: E. Koltner, Hungarian American A. c in feet), with actual throw of 114 feet U Inch, second; It. Iturtt, New York A. C (10 rest), with actual throw of 411 feet third. 1 Throwlnr the Discus (Handicap) Won by John Conway, Pastime A. C. (14 fist), with actual throw ot lit feet I Inches; J. Anderson, Jr., unattached (It feet), with actual throw of 110 feet 10 Inches, second: N. Ylahnes. Pastime A. C. (12 feet), with actual throw of 121 feet 10H Inches, third. Throwing II Pound Hummer (Handicap) Won by J. Andersen, unattached (it feet), with actual throw of lit feet 11 U Inches; Matt McOrath. New York A. C. (scratch), with actual throw of 114 feet Inches, second; Pat O'Connor, unattached (II feet), with actual throw ot 120 feet 4 inches, third. TILDEN'S TENNIS TOO FAST FOR JOHNSTON Continued from First Page. next two? permitting the Phlladelphtan to go Into the lead at 4-2. The Callfornlan was In a precarious position at this stage of tho set but he Is a reat little fighter and pressed the attack so stubbornly In thd next three KMmes that he won them all. He had a golden opportunity to win the set on tho tenth game, for ho had the service and the lead at B-4 on games. Over anxloty to scora cost him threo succes sive points In the beginning of the game. He camo up, however, to 30-40. Great Itnlly Ensues. Tho fight for the next point was pro ductive of one of the best rallies ot the match. On three different occasions It looked as If Johnston were sure to score the point which would bring the game to the deuce and give him a chance to win the set On each of these oc- ' caslons, however, Ttldon came through with a return that seemed almost mirac ulous. Finally the point was decided In Tilden's favor. The Callfornlan had dropped over a short one, and Tltden tearing In Just managed to get his raquet on it The ball hit the net cord, hopped over and hit the handle of Johnston's racquet, bouncing straight Into the air. The game went on service then until the fourteenth. In which Tllden broke through after Johnston had had the vantage point twice. After the second game ot the third set Johnston could not seem to get going at all. He came within a point 'of winning the fifth and seventh games on Tllden s service, but could not get the necessary stroke over. A strong con tributory cause to the defeat of the Call- , fornlan was the fact that Tilden's ac curacy and hard driving made It Impos sible for him to get to the net thereby upsetting his whole game. Brookes and Patterson showed Im proved form In the final round doubles match. Patterson is Inclined to be a little erratic and made a number ot bad shots. His net play, however, was nearly perfect While his overhead is' not as vicious as that which McLoughlln had a few years ago It Is fast enough to be deadly, and like McLoughlln ' he can use It from any part of the court From tho very outset ot the match Richards played magnificent tennis. The youngster took everything that came his way In splendid style and earned the applause of the gallery by many a sparkling shot Johnson gave him little support The American team had a chance to win the fourth set when they led at E 4 and 40 30. Johnson had a chance to kill a short lob from Brookes, but popped the ball over the net softly and allowed Patterson to drive It down mid court for a placement thereby bringing the game to deuce. The Australians won this game and tho next two after It which gave them the set and match. The summaries: Men's Invitation Slnrles Final nound Will lam T. Tllden 2d, Philadelphia, defeated Will iam M. Johnston, San Francisco, 7 5, 14 ft 1. The point score: FIRST SET. P.O. Tliden 4 0 4 0 0 11 1 1 1 4 K-34--7 Jolinston 1 4244444141 J-W-S STROKE ANALYSIS. Nets. Out. Place. 3.A. D.P. Tllden 12 II I 2 1 JthLston 13 11 3 3 SECOND SET. P.O. Tlldra 7412412204414 T-El-I Johnston S1741S4442242 6 U- STROKE ANALYSIS. Nets. Ont. Pls.e. S.A. D.F. Tllden 1" 15 II 2 I Johnston 1 11 IS 0 1 TIURD SET. PO. Tllden 4 2 4 4 T 4 S-IJ-e Johnston 1 4 2 2 S 2 22-1 STROKE- ANALYSIS. v Nets. Ont. Place. B.A. D.F. Mden 4 il 7 1 2 JoUston II 10 t 1 RECAPITULATION. Sets. Oms. Fts Nets Outs. PI. R..A. D.F. Tllden ....I 21 120 21 42 31 Johnston .0 12 10S 44 32 2 I MEN'S INVITATION DOUBLES. Semi-final Round Norman IS. Brookes snd Gerald Patterson, Australia, defeated Richard Norrls WUIlsms Id. Boston, snd Watson M. Waihhnrn. New York. 4-2. 44. 4-4: Wallace F. Johnson, Philadelphia, and Vincent Rich ards. Yonkers, defeated Randolph Lycett and R. V. Thomas, Australia. 4-4. 44. 4. Final Round Cerald Patterson and Norman H Brookes. Austrslls, detested Wsllaco F. Johnson. Philadelphia, snd Vincent IUchsrds, Yonkers, 41, 6 JJ S, 75. The point score: FIR8T 8ET. Pjttersnn and Brookes 4 2 4 4 4 4 4-27 J Johnson and Richards 2 12110 1121 SECOND SET. Patterson snd Brookes....! 1 2 1 4 7 4 2 4-44-4 Johnson snd Richards....! 2 4 4 1 S 2 4 1273 THIRD SET. Patterson and Brookes. ...4 1 3 1 1 4 4 1 227-2 Johnson and Richards....! 6 4 4 4 1 2 4 4 31 FOURTH SET. Tattenon end Brookes 7414242IS14 4 l 7 Johnson and Rlchards.9 0414243342 281-6 MRS. BARLOW STILL OH VICTORY TRAIL Philadelphia Golfer Captures Shonccossott Champion ship by One Up. Jew London, Conn., Aug. 9. Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow of Philadelphia won the Shenecossett championship here to day when she defeated Miss Elaine Ro senthal of Chicago In the final by 1 up. The match' was a fine one to watch. In the early stages It looked as If the Chicago golfer was going to have thlngB pretty much her own way. She started out by winning the first two. holes, and after losing the third came back and resumed her lead at the fourth when she made a fine 3. Mrs. Barlow won the long fifth, and then halves followed at the next two holes. The match was squared at the eighth when the Philadelphia star took the hole with a par 4. Miss Rosen thal won the ninth and Miss Barlow the tenth. The Philadelphia woman drove out of bounds on the short eleventh and lost this one, but on the twelfth Miss Ro senthal knocked' her topponent'a ball Into the hole. It was now the Chicago woman's turn to win out After leading up to the green with a stroke to spare she put her approach Into the trap and finally lost the hole, becoming one down 'for the first time. The next hole she also lost. Halves resulted at the fifteenth and sixteenth and then Miss Rosenthal en couraged her followers by wlnplng the seventeenth, but as both took fours on the last hole the match went to Mrs. Barlow. TJie Philadelphia woman has now won all of the Important women championships played this season. The card follows: Mrs. Barlow Out 1 4 4 4 6 4 1 6 141 Mlaa Rossntbal Out.., I (I 1 I I I 144 Mrs. Barlow In 4 1 4 1 4 4 5 1 4 45 45 IT Miss Rosenthal- . In 13471411 4 41 14 1 In the second sixteen Miss T. Palmer defeated Mrs. B. II. Baker, Jr., by 2 and 1 and In the beaten eight Miss ,Lols Stumer defeated Mrs. W. M. Blck I well by t and 5. Golfers in Metropolitan Section Have Busy Day AN unusually fine turnout of golf ers of the Apawamis Club, took . part In a set of competitions over tho course at Rye yesterday. The 18 hole medal play handicap for prizes pre sented by E. H. Conner was won by S. W. Howland, with 38 out and 40 In for a 78, minus a handicap of S for a net 73. D. L. Watklns, with 4240 82 577, was second. A. IL Water man was third, with 48 47 SE IE 80. Thero wero two sweepstakes. In the morning the leader was' Howland, with 78 E 73, with Watklns second with 82 E 77. In the afternoon Wat klns played another round, which gave him the same 82, as In the morn ing, with the exception that he went out In 41 and took the samo number ot strokes coming home. His card of 82 E 77 gave him the stakes. E. 3. Laid low, with 4748901278, and F. Battele, with 4844901278, tied for second placo and divided the prize. MANY GOLFERS OUT AT UPPER MONTCLAIR Contests for Trophies Bring Interesting Competition. Special Deipatch to Tns Sen. MQNTCLAin, N. J., Aug. 9. Contests for trophies by tha memberaof the Upper Montclalr Country Club and a women's putting competition, made golfing brisk on the Upper Montclalr Country Club links to-day. For tho Governors trophy, W, A Grant boat James Slme by de fault. It B. Burton beat E. A. Bren nan B up 4, It. H. Korndorff beat George Rossen 1 up, W. Townsend beat J. W. Helps 8 up 7, J. W. Stone beat H. J. Huffed 4 up 2 and M. C. Davidson beat C. T. Woodward 4 up 3 In the first round for E. W. Sparks trophy IL J. G. Mackle beat M. Nolle 1 up, W. H. Rleman beat R. Sanderson 4 up 3, P. H. Cockefalr beat A. C. Fet torolf 1 up, E. W. Kynor beat A. Bentley 3 up 2 and T. K. Gardner beat F. E. Congdon 2 up 1. Henderson Trophy -CInsi A W. J. Mo Laushltn. 10 I, 74; A Wright, 12 t, 77; F. M. Harding. 133. 10. Class B J. H. Patterson, SI 21, 77: J. W. Stone. 10011, 11; F. Q. Smith, 10420. II. An eighteen hole putting competition for the women was run off in two classes. The scores follow: Class A Ml as Louis Qrlsslnr, II: Mrs. E. W. Whlteneld, 17; Mrs. M. a Davidson, 31; Mrs. T. L. Brewer, 31: Mrs. E. E. Sll verrall. 41; Mrs. E. M. Bruns. 41; Mrs. J. H. White. 44; Miss L. La nr. 44. Class B Mrs, n, B. Steel. 41; Miss Ed wards. 43; Mrs. L. Thalhelm. 44; Mrs. J. J. Logte. 45; Mrs. A. B. Busbr. 45; Mrs. A. J. Amberu, 41; Mrs. W. H. Rleman. 47; Mlts L. Hopkins. 11. In the sweepstakes the scores were: C. T. Taylor. 1016. 7t; M. Nolle, 10125, 71; W. J. McLaughlin. 10 4, 71. barnjull beats bogey. Leads Fox III11 Golfers In Attack on the Colonel. A handicap attack on Col. Bogey, In two divisions, kept seventy-eight mem bers of the Fox Hills Golf Club busy on their Staten Island course yesterday af ternoon. Prizes were presented by Ralph Trier. In Class A thero were forty en tries and the best card was turned In by W. Roy Barnhlll. who went around In 70 and through his allowance of 3 be came 3 up on the Colonel. Theodore K. McCarthy, with 85 9, was 1 up. George W. Fawcett with 90 11, was even with Bogey. P. E. Besslre. w'th 86 8, was 1 down, and H. W. Bearman, with 91 11, was 1 down too. In Class B Oeorge S. Scofleld, with 91 14, was 1 up. No other contestant win able to beat the Colonel. H. H. Lloyd, with 9815, and J. H. Young, with 101 18. wero tied for second place at 2 down. Fred J. Mohr was 5 down. Next Saturday will be Brooklyn day nt Fox Hills. The qualifying round for tho Hubert Gardiner cup will hold tho attention ot the members. DAWE'S GOLF CARD BEST. Leads for President's Cop at Hyde vrood Club. PUUNTIKU), N. J.. Aug. 9. J. W. Dawe turned In the low card of 69 net to-day in the 18 holo medal handicap for the President's cup nt the Hdye wood Golf Club. His handicap conces sion was 25. Warren Townley registered the low gross card of 84, his handicap allowance of 11 making his net 73. The sum maries: J. W. Dawe. 9125, 09 : Wal ter A. Stlne, 9120, 71 : Warren Town ley, 81 11, "3 ; Theodore Chandler, 105 30, 76; William Turner. 10220, 82 J H. E. Blazler, 919, 83. PIEBS0N CLASS A VICTOR. Turns In 72 on Montclalr Links. MoNTCLAW, N. J.. Aug. 9. An eighteen hole competition on the Montclalr Golf Club links this afternoon was won by C. L, Plerson In Class A nnd B. G. Bralne In Class B. The scores: Class A C. L, Plerson. 8311, 72; R. C. Barbour, 8712, 75; H. A Wright 85 9, 76 ; E. L. Allen, 8912, 77 ; J. I. Simmonds, 825, 77 ; P. I Gallagher, 879, 78 ; A L. Plerson, Jr.. 835, 78. Class B B. G. Bralne, 8919, 70: R, H. Perry, 9724, 73; F, Hughes, 10325, 78. ' CHERRY VALLEY GOLF. Furmnn Is Victor In 18 Hole Han dicap. Reginald Furman won a special eigh teen hole handicap on the links of the Cherry Valley Club yesterday when ho returned a low, net scoro of 66. Mr. Furman negotiated both rounds In tha consistent figures of 41 and was allowed a handicap of 16. William J. Ryan, with 42, 41. 8314, 69, was second. A D Lang, who dupli cated the gross score of Furman, both In and out with a handicap of 12, was third with a net score of 70. COCHRAN GOLF VICTOR. Leads All Classes In Medal Play at Plalnfleld Club. Henry J. Cochran won the eighteen holes medal play handicap event for all classes at the Plalnfleld Country Club to-day, receiving a trophy presented by K, C. Blonke, Jr. The best scores were : J. Cochran. 8514, 71 : George D. Her- ring. 9624, 72 : A. W. Drake, 9016, 74 ; B. A. Lyon, 9217, 75 ; O. A. Crellly, 10423. 81. The scores In the sweepstakes event follow: C. W. Kinney, 9730. 67; H. J. Cochran. 8514, 71 ! A. W. Drake. 90 16, 74; George D, Baxter, 80 6, 75 ; R. II. Pratt 10426. 78. SERVICE MEN TRIUMPH. Hoyt, Clery nnd Ilelben Win on Links. Capt. John Hoyt, formerly of the avi ation corps; Lieut Edward D. Clery, another aviator, and Frank M, Belben, a Y. M. C A. Instructor, were among the winners yeiterday in the oaenlng round of the club golf championship ot the North Hempstead Country Club. All three saw service in France. Capt Hoyt beat Edward Roesler, 2 and 1, while tho otnef flier disposed of Allen Walker. 1 up. Belben beat Fon taine Fox, the cartoonist 2 up. Tho other winners were Dr. V. A. Newman, W. Chrystal, Walter Dunser,, John B. Pitman and Edward Cluff. Newman beat F. A. Tasker, 3 and 1 i Chrystal triumphed over John H. Love, 4 and 3, while Dunser disposed of II. V. Proskey, 2 and 1. Pitman eliminated Henry Evans by 3 up and Cluff beat C. M. Strong, 3 and 1. A. L. WALKER WINS ON VERMONT LINKS Defeats J. G. Esley for State Title. Sptctat Despatch to Tax Scv. Bennington, Vt, Aug. 9. A. L Walker, Jr., captured another golf title to-day when he won the Vermont State championship. In the final ho defeated J. G. Estey of Brattleboro, 5 up and 4 to play. Al Walker, Jr., Ekwanok, won tho playoff of the tie for low score In qualifying round, defeating George Mc Keo of Montpeller In eighteen hole medal handicap play. George E. Morso, Rutland, had the best gross score with an 86, and J. Frazer, Montpeller, was best net with 91 10, 81, The summaries: Championship Division Al Walker, Jr., Ekwanok, beat J. G. Estey, Brattle boro, 5 and 4. - First Consolation Flight Burnhnm, Ekwanok, beat J. P. Estey, Brattleboro, 2 up. Second Sixteen J. McClure, Ekwanok. beat IL I Shields, St Anthony, 7 and 6, Second Consolation Flight E. W. Taylor, Jr., Ekwanok, beat G, B. Wellington, St Anthony, 7 and 5. Third Sixteen Charles Wells. St. Ani thony, beat E. L. Olney, Rutland, 1 up. GOLF PRIZE WINNERS LOSE. Fall to Qualify for Governors' Cnp at North Jersey Club, This was one of the season's big days on the North Jersey Country Club links at Paterson, N. J., to-day, for a record field competed in the qualifying round for the Board of Governors cup. An interesting feature of this event was the fact that not one of the season's five prize winners, George K. Boycc J. D. A Sullivan. A. H. Smith, Frank White head and Peter Doremus qualified. Those who did were: H. E. Rhlnehardt with a net score of 71 : George White, 73 : Lloyd Hender son, 74; Raymond J. Newman, 74: A. F. Doods, 76; Edward H. Rhodenburg, 76; Andrew F. Flitcher. Akers, 77; Thorns P ? -- P Robertson, 78 ; Senator Albln Smith, 78 1 Sidney Ash, 81; Fred Mitchell, 81; Her bert Sceldon, 81. President Richard Chlswell, A. G. Scott Harry Burnett and George H. Mallallleu were tied, 82, and must play off to prove which two get Into tho match play. In final round of the novice tourna ment for players whe have not won prizes this season, Lloyd Henderson de feated David Burnett, 3 up and 2 to play. GLEN RIDGE GOLF. ' First Itound of August Tournament Is Completed, Glen Ridox, N. J., Aug. 9 The August tournament, first round, was started on the Glen Ridge County Club links to day. The following scores were reg istered : E. D. White beat S. P. Haywnrd, 1 up. It. Bickford beat L. E. McCoy, 4 up 2. George Lewis beat R. Mitchell by default. H. G. Cordley beat II. S. Blake, 2 up 1. Walter Dauch beat A J. Arm strong, 2 up. A H. Sprlngmeyer beat B. E. Watson by default E. W. Picker beat George Osborne by default in the Sweepstakes. The scores were: T. C. Moffatt. 9727. 70; W. H. Redmond. 10230. 72 ; F. Connell, 816, 75 ; R. C. Thompson, 90 16, 76; C. A. Bill, 106 25, 81. DR. A. T. HAIGHT WINNER. Captures John J. Watt Trophy In Ilellcclnlr Tourney, Batsidk, L. I., Aug. 9. The first round nt match play at Belleclalre Golf and Country Club for the John J. Walts trophy was played to-day. Dr. A. T. Halght a frequent trophy winner on these links, won his match In compara tively easy fashion. The results follow: J. Gordon Noakes won from It. T. Tranche by default: E. R. Car row defeated D. W. Hill, 2 up; E. M. Tlerney defeated L. O. Smith. 5 and 4; W. C. Freeman defeated H. G. HofThelmer, 4 and 3 ; F. Stralth Mtller defeated George W. Spald, 4 and 2 ; R. A. Dickson defeated F. Wolff, 6 and E; Dr. A T. Halght defeated J. F. Walsh, 6 and B ; H. Stanley Greene de feated L. Newman, 7 nnd 6. WHITE AND PHILLIPS TIE. Each Turn In 78 on IMiltcevrood Country Club Links. Passaic, N. J., Aug. 9. A big field competed for Cotton Goods Mens Trophy at Rldgewood Country Club links to-day, with H. C. White 89, 11, 78 hnd W. G. Phillips 86, 8, 73 tied for first honors. Other scores Included: W. G. Edsall, 95, 15, 80; Charles W. Stockton, 102, 21, 81; W. T. Craeger, 100, 15, 85 ; L. C. Goettlng, 99, 14, 85. In semi-final round of the club handi cap W. G. Edsall defeated L. C. Goet tlng 3 up and two to play, while A B. Fels won from Fred C. Smith by de fault GOLF AT FOREST HILLS. Sweepstakes in two classes were played on the Forest Hills Golf club links yesterday. The scores follow: Class A R. M. White. 8514, 71; D. A Smith, 838, 75 ; L. Kay, 9014, 77. Class B B. W. Wnllach. 9419, 75; C Cook. 10125. 76 ; C. M. Mack, 100 21, 79 ; P. R. Harris, 10918, 91. EXHIBITION? GOLF AT HOLLY WOOD. The Hlelanders and the Blighties will clash in link combat at the Hollywood Golf Club to-day. Jack Mackle, presi dent of tho Professional Golfers' Asso ciation, und Alex PIrle ot North Shore will hook up with Herbert Strong. En gineers Country Club, and Martin Sykes of Hollywood. They will iIay thlrty-stx holes. STUART LEADS GOLFHItS. S. L. Stuart war the winner of a ball sweepstakes competition on the Essex Fells Country Club links yesterday. The scores follow: S. L. Stewart 79 15, 64; R. A. Jacobus, 10231, 71; C. I. Plerson, 8413, 71: D. N. Tracey, 10026, 74; E. H. Calllman. 9722, 75; P. J. Hlckey, 10530, 7S ; T. Merrlmah, 9412, 32. SHADGHNESSY WINS " DIOCESAN'S '600';; James J. O'Brien Finishes First in Fcnturo Event, but Is Disqualified. ATHLETES COME TO BLOWS- Local Talent Captures Prizes at Annual Meet at pity r Field, Newark. Connie Shaughncssy ot the Knights of. St Anthony, Junior and senior national quarter mile champion, won the 600 yard -Invitation run, the feature of the nn-y nual games of tho Toung Men's Diocesan Union of New Jersey at City Field, I Newark, yesterday, Shaughnessy fln-V Ished second, but was awarded first prlio when James Jt O'Brien of the Loughlln Lyceum, the winner, was disqualified for fouling. A. CI Rellly of the Knights of St Anthony, who finished third, was also' disqualified. Walter Fowe of the Alpha Physical Culture Club, who finished t fourth, moved up to second position, and Edward Haupt unattached, who finished " last was placed third. . The fouling occurred whon the run ners were rounding the first turn on, the second lap, where Rellly was lead-, Ing O'Brien by a small margin. O'Brien at this point tried to pass the Knights' ot St Anthony athlete, and was Inter- " fered with. O'Brien, however, managed .a -V. n 1. a T -111 .. AnJ ... l-n4fHf by two yards whon tha runners" rounded . the last turn. Shaughnessy then passed , Rellly and finished about' a yard behind , u urien. Alter the race O'Brien ana Rellly came to blows but were sepa- . rated by the officials before either had ilnnn aV e4tmnrA TV. a atmsk 4 U -s mm uwsiu ai'j uiMiii5t)( A iiv viit'o u A (.iiu a nwv was 1 minute 17 2-5 seconds. Wlsrirer Wins l.nnft VnrJI nun. Harry Wtegcr of the Paullst A. C. with a fifteen ynrd start, won the 1,000 yard handicap open run. The "Winged , P" athlete took the lead In the last fur- " long and won by two yards over Sydney Jackson of the St. Christopher Club, who was allowod thirteen yards. R, H. Milne of the Loughlln Lyceum, who was In receipt of twenty-three yards, was third. Wlgger was. clocked In 2 minutes ' 25 1-5 Beconds. The two mile open handicap race went to Robert D. Spear of the Paullst A. C. Spear was allowed the liberal handicap of 175 yards and led from start to fin- Ish, winning by wnntv-flve yards over Sydney Jackson of the St Christopher Club. Victor Voteretses of the Mlllruse " A A., the scratch man, was third. In the closing events Carmine Cor netta of tho Bloomfleld- CatSolIc Club, who also represents the Paullst A C, ' " ' prues. ijometta won the half mile and mile handicap runs. Mike Devanney, the former Mlllrose A. A athlete, national steeplechase champion who represented the Columbus Club, fin ished third In both the halt milo nnd mllo closed events from scratch. The 100 yard open handicap dash was won by Edward A Macannon of the St Christonher PI i.H nn.i . v. -aa handicap run, the only other open event, Juaepn AllSDaCK or Loughlln Lyceum. The Summaries. t,,. i.Tara.Da,h' Handicap (Closed) Won ? La Monte, Columbus Club (SO Jeet); n. Witters, Columbus Club (J he.".1!t.iieec?nd: ll.J: Bart. Bloomneld Catholic Lyceum (3 feet), third. Time. 10 1-5 seconds. wV" ,Yav?, V'",hl Handicap (A. A U.l topher A C. (15 feet): J. W. Ilsrfer. Jr.. Entre Lyceum (15 feet), second; Morris Cohen. Mohawk A. C. (15 feet), third. Time, 10 1-5 seconds. 600 Yard Hun. Novice (Closed) Won by . Ueogheiran. BloomHeld Catholla Lyceum: P. Huzman. St. Mirv'i Catholla !,cnd: ' J- Fllspatrlek. St Mary's Catholic Club, third. Time. 1:14. 1.000 Yard Hun. Handicap (A. A. U.) Won by Harry Winer. Paullst A. C. (II yards): Srdney Jackson, fit. Chrlstophsr Club (13 feet), second; 11. II. Milne, Loush i'l. .""m (23 yards), third. Tims, JIZZ 15. S80 Vard Run. Handicap (Closed) Won by Carmine Cornetta. Mloomfleld Catholla Lyceum (18 yards): Lee Lloyd, nioomn.ld Cathollo Lyceum (28 yards), second: Mike Devanney. Columbus Club (scratch), third. Time. 1:59 2-5. Two Mile Hun. Handicap (A. A IT.) won by Robert D. Spear, raullst A. C. (175 yards) ; Sydney Jacki-on. St. Christopher Club (to yards), second; Victor Voeteretaj, Mlllrosa A A. (scratch), third. Time, 10:06 4-5. 400 Yard Invitation Run Won by Connie C Shaughnessy. Knlrhts St Antony; Wal ter Powe. Alpha Physical Culture Club, second: IMward Haupt, unattached, third. Time, 1:17 2-5, (James 3. O'Urlti.. Lsuih Un Lycoum, and A. C. Rellly, Knights at Antony, disqualified). 300 Yard Run, Handicap (Closed) Won by J. DallaneRra, Columhus Club (12 ynrrtj): C. Birch, Jr., St. Henry's Cathe lie Club (18 yards), second; W. Keefe, IlloomfleM Catholic Lyceum (18 yards), third. Time, 88 4-5 seconds. JOO Yard Run, Handicap (A A U.)- Won by Joseph Mlsback, Louthlln Lyceum (12 yards); T. Demp'ey, Mlllrose A. A ( vanls), sf-cond; II. Deltchman, Glencoe A. C. (IS yarc1), third. Time, 38 8-5 seconda Mile Run, Handicap (Closed) Won by Carmine Cornetta. nioomOeld Cathollo Lyceum (Zl ards); Prank Keefe, Dlcom neld Lyceum (90 yards), second; Mlk Devanney, Columbus Club (scratch), third. Time. 5:40 3.5. Medley Relsy Won by Paullst A C.'s first team: Paullst A. C.'s second team, second: Brooklyn A. A., third. Time. 7:53 3-5. Mile Novice Relay Race (Closed) Won by nioomfteld Lyceum; Columbus Club, second. Time, 8:65 3-5. Mile Senior Relay (Closed) Wen by Rloomfleld Club; Columbus Club, second. Time, 3:49. RUTHERFORD TIGHTENS HOLD. Dents rUderevrood and. Galna In Jersey Tennis riajr-, Defeating the Rldgowood Tennis Club representatives In two of three matches, v. - Th.-n T.nnU (?ltih vesterdav tightened Its hold on second place In the North Jersey Tennis league, nutner ford got a bad scare when Herbert i . i... i-.Hr.ff man rmm defeated bv Ceclt Betts of Rldgewood In straight sets. 97. 61. Clarence A. Browne, Rutherford's Ahninn .v,n.i1 mattem with a Dretty win over GUmore In two sets of 6 2. Capt Carl L. Russell and Edward A. Chastney, Jr.. of itutneriora won uio .in.i.u. tnatnh frnm Rutan and Tooker of Rldgewood. 6 3 and 6 2. FLVSIIINO GOLF FINALS. R. H. Boyd and C3. D, Ralne will con test to-day In the semi-final round In the president's cup competition on the links of tha Flushing Country Club. The winner will meet Jack do Chadenedes In the final, the latter hnvlng won his way to that bracket by winning his match In the semi-final last week. GOLF AT SI ALII A CLTJU. J. F. Fernsler won n golf ball sweep stakes on the links of the Malba Country Club yesterday with a card of 94 23, 71. F. M. Benjamin was second with 90 26. 73. P. J, Canavan, 108 32, 76, and C. Kendall, 10226, 76, tied for third. EVERYTHING FOR Billiards lp' Bowling Prices and Terms to Suit. REPAIRS BY FXPFRT MECHANICS The nrunswlek-Dalke-Cellender 0 tS West ltd Blreet near Broadway. v' r' . At,.. '