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i tM - v 'n tf"." i -i.T $& 'tjy y. ; faftks Gain 5Vv Kft iff fVnct r-f rnr i m j Looms as !.&" - . . . . Cewrt Playing of ('American Champien Has Been f Consistent aid Supreme in Four Rounds at ' $ Manheim Johnsten Wins Despite Wildness : By EDVIN iTlAT O'HARA VOOD Is knewi P ..aa Ji world ns one of th known ' a. reuuu v;- - i ? .Yf doubles pin.vctH in lawn tennis. fmlVs thought of his Mnglcn Rnme, Sit be was Tgoed enough te beat VVIllls ' Srn.i intenuence sets and he car- ' Sid Manuel A!ene te the limit In the ' Da?!' .C"P A"'!!;, h. Wl mntrii nelnt hWgfaip nd n double fault de 5?.l him. This was no mean task (for the Spaniard Is a wonderful singles player, ns Manheim matches have J'j'-.f Wnnd succumbed In stralghti M&tb our Bill Tildcn yesterday In the rth round of the national champion - Me at the Germantown UHMei .iud. Sm this fact carry n prediction? Tne i American champion has net lest at In four matches and has lest fewer mms than any ether survivor. Dees Su Indicate what may happen before tie tourney ends? In service, In volleying, In smash staf. In driving, in pace, In generalship, r Hill has overshadowed every ether Kant and the field Includes Sfittie Hi"" Johnaten. ,Dees this forecast his ultimate victory I MANY who have felliwW the fortunes of the talented through nut the tournament expect Johnsten te carry off the 1023 championship id he may, but surely net en the ejass of lawn tennis he has exhibited 'tedatfl. , . . . Johnsten Off Ferm HOWARD KINSEY, the bespectacled ten of California, surprised yes terday when he took the first set from Johnsten, at 6-4, but It was mere peer ulaylng en the part of Johnsten than brilliancy by the blend that cause'd the upset In this frame. The former national champion re gained some of his old form In the sec ond and third set which he wen at 0-2, 6-2, but nt that he was far from the nme of which he Is capable. He was net tested further In this match for Kinsey defaulted owing te a deep, sere blister en his racquet hnnd. Wee William was wild. He was dropping them Inte the net, far down In the cord, net up nenr the tape and be was hitting them out by feet, net laches. Only in flashes did the 120-pound itar show his real brilliancy. His jame was net consistent. However, it was when he needed points te finish off i game that he lifted his tennis and that Is typical of Wee -William. When the tense moments come he is flying around the peaks. JOHNSTON is capable of beating Tildcn. He did it twice this year en the coast, but net by play ing as he did yesterday. He must go up. Tllden won't come down. The Foreign Thrust SIX foreigners started play in the first round and four have survived te the round before the semi-finals. This is a showing of which Japan, Aus tralia and Spain can be justly proud. The invading thrust has gene deep Inte the tournament, surprisingly deep. Half of the fourth round survivors arc foreigners. They nre Zenzo Shlmlzu. of Japan; Gerald L. Patterson and James 0. Andersen, of the "under side" of the world, which Is King's English for Australia, and Manuel I Famous Meadow Broek Team Will Meet Flaminge Four in Second Came of Series HIGH HANDICAP QUARTET Today, nt the Philadelphia Country Club, Devcrenux Milburn's Meadow Broek four will meet the flaming Fla Fla a'nges in the second match of the In ternational pole tournament. Mr. Milburn's team carries n thirty jne-geal handicap, matched only by 'jrry Stoddard's Shelburne fliers. In Ms tournament, however, n new basis r handicapping has been arrived nt, SWburne, Meadow Rioek and the fa fa neus Argentinians playing fremscrutch. ni. . !lne-P of the tenm that will felle aml thclr hnmlIcaPs nre as 8nvnnEK in,u,)- &"rlet) 8 Miliar n ft n- K- Ont ns . . . 0 Wll-urn ip j. H Prince. Jr.. 4 Total .31 Total S2 I., i .w nroek Is cnsl,' the favorite "'"Vfl came: but, as the Flamingos gy a big handicap, the contest should (.:.! 'J"1" thp ene yesterday be iween All-Ireland and Orange County. ine fntirtinmnM. ,-,.l..1..1- nn11 - MifAl. """'i- Di-iiciiuii. null lur ii Si n Saturday between the world- ffils0r,i(,nt'ne8 nl"1 the ide and roiew Shelburne four, which is almost M famous the Meadow Broek. Their Hi. . "" . '.'" 'eaiiew uroeK. Tiiclr c-u ' nnil nandiennn fBlJSTINC SHEI.nUnNR WM MH.1 Wh,,s) . (Jnit anrt Yell J Mill. 2 1,- K- Steddar.1. MWiU'EiS" ,5 J' Watspn Web . "''SMV 10 n. P.. Hlr.u-hrl. )ii!Xf.P1 Whits) (Jnd. md Y.llew) .T"".. lilies e . 'r'j. . . Iment S ru. . . . iu 10 n. B. Btrawbrldcs. L'.hh . i n v total .ie Jr 'J g ., Tetsl 81 led . thC6e teams play from scratch, lik.i considered among the most uly contenders fnr th )?! J"? contenders for the title. Heni -,en"a'- September 18, Earl Wings Angle-Kngllsh team, which gMy under the name of Em-tcett. will Wnf i n?e,Ceut'' whleh earned that terdavLyicfea'in 'w ish team yes raay Tle Kn8tcett fellr ,R mn(e p (0) a?n,nfenl ) W Karl Hopping Wiisi ""JT.Hurnilall (8) and Majer x-ckett (0). Majer Lockett 1,1,1, e " ,ht' "mpives in the Orange- A g?,me ywterday. wlnS. f'nesday, September 20, the 'tilt u'fn0,,,lle Meudew Uroek-Flamingo (is p. p,luy ,lle victor. In the Argen- .-lam ilnge game, while en Sntur- &; -Jd' tl10 "" contests of the fnement win be played. ""teers Drills In Forward Pasilng J')etblViniruJ"?'cV.KSe.pt-' The llutsem form i.Wu" Hh forty-five rnen In unl- I!len Yii.JK..l,r',L rcal ''vorlteut of the f'fra ni..dav ,h, veterans were slven (udl fe ?;f,..wer!?' Ueaeh Ssnferd In. BIG POLO MATCH ATM RY CLUB r , h .,. ';' ' fr" - " -ft3t-j Half f feme Title Favorite 'I . . J. POLLOCK Alonse, of Spain. Johnsten, vTllden, Richards and Williams upheld United States prestige. ' All the Americans wen In straight sets yesterdnv and se did Patterson, but the ethers were pushed te extra frame. Andersen te four and Alonse and Shlmlzu. te five. , The five-set engagements were thrill ers, especially thematch in which Alone eliminated Watsen Washburn. These two athletes ran miles in their Spectacular reurt-rnverlnp hafnrn th Spaniard triumphed nt 0-4, 3-0, 7-0, o-e, e-i. wosneurn played the best gnine. he has shown this season, but the foreigner was a bit craftier and steadier. WALLACE F. JOHNSON, who was a' flnallat last season, fell before Shlmlzu In five sets, 8-8, 4-0, 6-4, 4-0; 8-4, and here, tee, was a classic. Battle of Brains rpilE Johnsen-Shlmlzu match was a battle of brains ns W1 nn hrann. and in gray matter the American was n matcn-ter the Oriental star, but In Htamina he was net milte hin mimi. The shadows were long and the evening Welt en Its wnv hpfnrn Jnhnnnn. nlmnct exhausted, dropped' the last two games ui mu contest. It was a baseline ntruealn nrwl ttmv chased along the chalk line until their spikes almost obliterated the mark. Jehnsen's deceiving chop and clever strategy were ciiucnttng and Inspiring, but the steadiness of the Japauese and his remarkable endurance were equally as great. By the 6ame motion Jehnsen would cut one te the back court and then drop n soft one just ever the net. He had the Far Easterner coming in and going back, while he himself sprinted from from one sideline te the ether," drawn by the clever niacins of the onnesltinn. The match was marked by many long rauica ana ettcn .tne ban would pass ever ine net a couple et dozen times. THE victory of Shlmtdzu was the first se far In the tourney that rame near tlie unexpected. Although the Japanese defeated the Cynuyd athlete twice last season, Jehnsen generally was picked as the favor ite. Patterson's Blinding Speed 1AJ. J..LUSUA earned rvrnei nrer -t Hunter with n straight-set victory ier nis (leieat tn tne same fashion by the New Rechelle star at Seabright mere than a month age. The Australian wen e-u, e-i, Y-(i. The Wimbledon champion was ex ceedlnuly severe in his refvIca nml "kills" and his blinding speed could net be handled by the husky Hunter. The former Cernell captain also had treuhlp with his own delivery. He tried te beat rattersen nt driving, but he did net have much accuracy. Patterson and Hunter play the same style game, relying en terrific speed for points, and when It comes te power there nre few who can equal the sturdy Australian. TTUNTER lest, but he wen many -tl friends by his determined and game effort. He feels he can beat Patterson and he longs for another chance and this is the. real American spirit. I What May Happen in Baseball Today NATIONAL USAOTO5 Clnh Wen Lest r.C. Win Txi.e Nfiw Yerk 83 S3 .007 .010 (?M Plttehunrh 78 SO MO 87J MS St. I4WJS 7H 03 .547 551 51S Cincinnati 74 S3 .840 .543 MO mrnKe 19 tin ,M7 ,mn si 5HHK : :Ps w" m ,da .sa ,3ii AMERICAN LAGCE Clnh Wee IjOst P O. Win I.e New Yerk... Ht. Louts.., Petrelt . . . . v-m ,Q ,Dll .lini -JJlg ' .531 .son .set 506 614 Chlcare I'leTfin Washli rieTfland . ,406 ,486 .nu .403 .460 .410 .410 Athletics Bosten , minium .480 .410 sss 1M .408 ,403 YESTERDAY'8 RESULTS NATIONAI. LEAQUB St. Leuis, 18; Phillies, 4 (first fame) fit. Leuis. 11; Phillies, 1 (second a.ras) New Yerk. 8: Chlcase. 3. "a ms). Brooklyn. 3; Cincinnati. 2. Pittsburgh. Si Bosten. 1 (first gsme). Pittsburgh. : Bosten. 1 (second gams). AMERICAN LEAC-UE Detroit, 6: Athletics, 5. Chics e. 7; New Yerk, 8 (first ram.) New Yerk. 0: Chicago. 3 (second game) Washington, i: Cleveland. 1. "' Boiten, 8- St. Leuis, 1. INTERNATIONAL LEAOUE Readlnff. 10: Jersey City. S fflr.t H -..?A'dJS& .1 IW City- "end". v..w,... ...... usltimere, u: Newark, 3 (first game) Baltimore, lis Newark. 10 (second ram.) Rochester ester. n: Ilurfale. n inp.f iv...v ' (first Buffalo. 5' Rochester. 0 (second game). Syracuse-Terente Ne came. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville, 11: Teledo, n. Indianapolis. 0: Columbus, 1, St. raul, 7; Kansas City, 4 (first rnfei.l fit. Paul, fl: Kansas City. 3 (second garni") Mllwaukee-Mlnneapells (rain)" . TODAY'S SCHEDULE NATIONAL LEAOUH St. Leuie et Philadelphia. Chicago at New Yerk, Pittsburgh at Bosten. Clnclnatl at Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE Athletic nt Petrelt, Washlncten at Cleveland. New Yerk nt Chicago. Bosten, at Ht. Leuis. MOVE UP LEONARD BOUT Benny Will Meet Charlie White Three Days Earlier New lerk, Sept. 14. The date for the world's lightweight championship bout between Benny Leenard and Charlie White at Beyle's Thirty Acres in .icrsey vn.v nun eern cuanged I(-eui uciwirr u i" ".'Cioeer The cnrlicr date has been accepted bi both boxers and will be in accord wltl the renuest of the Bankers' Asanninflnn which body Svill hnve a convention in uw lerx nc mat tune. Tex Ulcknru desired the match put up n few days, stating thnt the earlier the better, ns ne tears com wentber may set in about that time. Pirates Purchase Pitcher llllhnrli. Rent. 14. The Pittsburgh Na. indav nnnniinriait !.. iurchaseLef William Iluihes. pitcher, from the Rochester Club of the International League. He will report next spring. Hughes tlenal ieapie., t.iu'i leaav announced 84 56 73 Aft 70 70 71 02 74 7 80 06 82 wen' ninciesn anu iusi sisieen games this season. AIONO 8PORT TATlia These Interested in athletics will find two columns et cle.yi, clear eposltlen of siert conditions, wrlttin with ths keen unjsr. standing of athletics which Is characteristic of Cullsn,CalrL Loek for it In the fperu ansreTths Pcbue LSPis. "liaka It a ..-.,. vttjgr-ujcMJiw - : - ..-? . v ,. a. 'itetiZK M m mmmmmmm mm as Bostent BeaBrwat .- , , j- r. i . i three BkkVBkkkkKBnH.fl.iikkhkkBBSBnvSBBkH ikkkkBkkkSHPkk' jflikkHKk $f ' ' Z iJ-'vf19 " kkkB rfsVlS 5 C --, ;-V5-" fe SU C i Sh 'Sheet MmPW,: y ;fUW HUGHES IS &xwiw$v&$'i v : . ; h&i&xsr "-x-Z'mms.'"-"" MANUEL ALONSO, rai v ' This trio advanced in the national singles tennis championship at the Germantown Cricket Club yesterday IS. HUFF DEFEATS Cricket Club Star Eliminates Merien Expert Frem Middle States Tourney MISS HELEN WILLS SHINES Mrs. M. B. Huff, of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, former Middle, States champion, eliminated Miss ' Phyllis Walsh, of Merlen, In the feature match of the women's Middle States tourney nt St. Martins today. The scores were 3-0. 0-3. 7-C. Mrs. Huff was aggressive throughout the nintch and played her shots close te the Mde lines, while Miss Walsh was content te merely return her opponent's drives and counted en steadiness te pull her through. Her volleying, however, was excel lent, and featured her play. Mrs. Huff, trailing at -f-2 in the third set and with vantage point ngninst her, fought plucklly and evened the game te 4-all. Agnln nt 5-4 Mlsi Walsh led. 30-15, only te have her opponent ngain grace and even matters nt u-ell. Mrs. Huff then staged a final rally nd captured the next two games bv her well-placed drives when Miss Walsh endeavored te take the net, winning the set 7-5 for thematch, Point sceres: KIRST SET Miss Walsh 4 6 2,1 4 .1 4 1 4 SO Miss Huff 134 4 2324 2253 SECOND SET Miss Walsh 82814423 1 25 i Miss Huff 54 34 1245 4 S2 b THIRD SET Miss Walsh 4384821BR42 2405 Miss Huff. 255234483 ll 4 4457 Miss Melly Thayer, Cricket Club, after defeating Miss Mnry Porcher, Cricket Club, in the third round, was herself eliminated by Miss Leslie Ban croft, of Longwood, in the fourth round, 4-6, 0-0, 0-1. Mips Thayer's deep fast drive forced Miss Bancroft, who ahe played a hard hitting game, Inte many errors. Miss Thayer, however, tired. Miss Ban croft braced and plajcd superbly, drop ping but one game in the next thirteen. Point sceres: FIRST SET Miss Tlsncreft. 3 4 4 4 n II 1 4 tt 5 SO 4 Miss Thayer... 5 (I 1274 128 0450 SECOND SET Miss Bancroft 0 4 4 4 4200 Miss Thayer ,42201 2 It 0 THIRD SET Miss Rancreft . 4 4 4 I IB 4 S 3J Sties THaysr . . .1112 7 2 0 20 1 Miss Helen Wills, of Berkeley. Cel.. continued her brilliant play allowing ! PHYLLIS WALSH Miss Edith Slgeurney, of Longwood, rules of the game were continued yes yes yes Bosten, but one game. Although she I terday In preparation for the written outplayed her elder opponent In every j test which Is te be given Saturday. It phase of the game, the match brought some excellent tennis, scores ; , ft-1. , Many of the rallies were very closely contested nnd the game went te deuce often before Miss Wills finally cap lured It. Miss Wills mixed up deep down the line drives with sharp no court shes nnd also used her chop stroke effectively. Her court generol generel shlp was particularly geed, which largely accounts for the ene-sldedness of the scere: Miss Helen Hoeker defeated Miss Ceres Baker, Seuth Orange, 0-1, 0-2. It was the fifth meeting of the two gWs en the tennis courts this year. Twice before Miss Hoeker was returned the winner, while Mls Baker nlse wen en two occasions. It was, therefore, the "rubber" match between the two girls. Miss Hoeker nlnyed better tennis than she ever did before. Her line shots were brilliant, and her placing of the ball exceedingly accurate. She out guessed her opponent at all stages of the game and looked te be every bit of a champion. Miss Baker played her HBual geed game, but her opponent was simply unbeatable, and the , Seuth Orange girl was forced te admit defeat,. FIRST SET Miss H. Hoeker 4 2 4 4 4 5 4027 Miss llaker 2 4 0 12 3 2 1 U SECOND BET Miss Hoeker 424 '4 447 411 Miss isomer ........ ui-tieus j STROKE ANALYSIS First Set '- h ' - ' - '." I" 1 '"3 suRvitiNG Foreigners Y"' Miss Baker 8 12 9 0 I Second Set P. O. N. DF. SA. 5llss Hoeker 11 3 0 0 0 Miss Baker 10 15 10 1 0 As a result of their victories in the Bemi-finnl round today. Miss Helen Wills, the brilliant California school girl, and Miss Helen Hoeker, of New Yerk, will meet in the final match of the national girls' singles championship. Miss Wills plnyed excellent tennis in her match against Miss Beatrice Hilleary. She was at the top of her game and her drives were deep and fast. Her service, tee, was great, and Miss Hilleary was unable te handle It successfully. The final score was u-e. u-e. Point scere: I FIRST SET Mlsa Wills 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 Miss miliary 0 0 2 1 2 2 0 7 SECOND SET Miss Wills 4 4 4 4 4 i6 24 Miss Hilleary l l 2 1 1 l e 7 OIRLS' SINGLES Semi-final Round ...H1"., "ln Wills. California, defeated Miss Beatrice Hilleary. Philadelphia. 6-0. Miss H Hoeker. New Tork, defeated Miss Ceres Baker. Seuth Orange, 8-1. 6-2. CURLS' DOUBLES First Round Mlr,s Louise Geedman and Miss Beatrice Hilleary defeated Miss Anne Knowles and Miss C. Kennedy. Philadelphia C. C.T C.3. 0-8. Second Round Mlsa Helen Wills. Berkeley, and Miss Helen HueUer. New Tork. defeated Miss Beatrice ha well. Philadelphia C. C, and Miss Emmu. Nerrls. Phlladlphla C. C b-1, 0-1 Miss Lnulsrj Geedman and Miss Beatrice Hilleary Philadelphia C. C. wen by default from Miss O Tex Southampton, and MIsj U. Hoeker. New Tork. WOMEN'S SINOLES Third Round Mella' Bdllery, New Tork, Mrs defeatad C, 0-3. Miss R, Newton. Philadelphia C, 0-0 Miss Mellis Th.ler. Phllnrf.lnM. n 1- . defeated Miss Mary Porcher. Philadelphia C C. "-. 0-1. Mrs. M B Huff. Phllndalnhln r. P.. rf.. feated Miss Phyllis Walsh, Merlen, 3-6,6-3 T-3. . M'ss Eleaner Cottman, Baltimore, de- icaiea .wss -nary iteaten, 7-0, 0-3, 8-6. Fourth Round Miss Llle Bancroft. Longwood. d-feated Miss Mellv Thajer, Philadelphia C, C. 4-11 0-0, 0-1. Miss Helen Wills. Berkeley, Calif , de feated Mlsa Ldlth Slgeurney, Longwood. 6-0, ROPER DRILLS TIGERS IN NEW FORMATIONS Five Princeton Squads Held Mere Than Heur's Practice Princeton, Sept. 14. The new for fer for matlehs nnd plays which arc te be the fundamental basis of the Tiger attack this season were given te the Prince ton football squad yesterday by Coach Bill Reper, After the preliminary workouts he divided the sqund into five teams and had eaqh practice the new formations for mere thnn an hour nnd i l.nlf Thp IpetlirM hv h rnnnlim nn l,j wn exniaincd thnr. nrnrv mn whn failed te pass this test would have te keep en taking them until he did pass or be dropped from the squad. There were several new arrlvels which should add strength te the Tiger camp. Among thc newcomers was Reger Howe, n transfer last vcur from Lafayette, where he played halfback en the vnrsltv. Anether arrival was Harry Troup, the star high jumper of the Nassau track team laat spring. S. Harrison Thomsen announced that he would net be iu uniform for another week. MINOR LEAGUELAY-OFFS Twe Michigan Organizations Begin Championship Series Today Detroit, Mich., Sept. 14. A plov plev plov eff scvifs between split seusen winners In both of Michigan's miner bnscball leagues will sturt today. The win ners of each series arc te meet for the interleague chnmplenshlp. Saginaw was slated te meet Hamll Hamll tep, Ontario, nt the latter city in the first of nine games for the Michigan Ontario title and Ludlngten was pitted against Orand Rapids In the second game of the Central League play-off. Ludlngten wen the first game yester day; 12 te 0. Boyd Beats Harmen at Billiards Iiiaipn ueyu, pocket hi lard champion of v2'YdaeJJtfi?.r'a" rnen. Vhsmplen of vJ.A?ik.A'.aL',1.i1.1 n match at the National RUNNER-UP Atlantic City, Sept. 14. Phil Mil ler, of Dallas, Tex., who wen the 1022-23 amateur clay target champion ship of North America frern the eighteen-yard rise en the opening day of the twenty-third Grand American Handicap, being held here en the Abse con boulevard, looms strong te carry off both the famous Governer's Cup and the historic Jim Day Trophy. He has a firm foothold en. both honors. Miller is leading the race for the Governer's Cup with 104, 160 and 105 ana is also in tne trent ter tne .iim Day Cud with scores of 160 nnd 105 Frank Hughes, of Mobridge, S. D., Is second In the race for the Day tro phy with 160 and 103. R. A. King, of Delta, Cel., and Frank M. Tresh. of Vancouver. Wash.. are en even terms for second place In the competition for the uoverner s uup. King has grassed 103. 170 anil 100. while Tresh has brought dewn102. 164 and 107. B. W. Chapman, of Clarksburg, W. Va., wen the Atlantic City introductory trapsboetlng championship this morn ing. He broke 00 out of a possible 100 targets. Class championship of North Amer ica in A. B. C. D. and F. are being shot for today in the fourth day's pro gram of the Grand American Handicap. In class A Oscar Larsen, of Wau paca. Wis, ; Fred Harlow, of Newark, O. ; Jee Jennings, of Tilsenburg, Ont. ; Spencer OHn, of East Alten, 111. : Frank M. Trech, Vancouver, Wash, : Charles Bogart, Sandusky, 0, were nil tie en fifty straight. Bogart, however, lest three en his third sting of tucntv-tive. In Class B. Windser Merris, of ijuuiwintiviiie, ;. i., was tne only msu with a straight score. There were any number of forty-eight and forty-nines. In Class C, Ike Andrews, e Spar- tansburg. S. C. was hlch with forty- six. In Class D, Charles Stllhyngen, et :sew ierK uity, nau a straight score, the only one. In Class E. W. F. Barry, of New ark, N. J., was high with 43. There was eniy one snoeter with a score of 25. Introductory sceres: C. B. W. Chapman. Cltrksburr. W. Va., 00: Dr. E. R Rannaley. Wllkinsburr, Pa.. 87; Edward Doerken. Faterson. N. J.. 88: Alice Doerken. Paterson, N. J.. 81: E. C. Qunther. Norfolk, Va.. 81; C, M. Bayne, goneiK. h, at; w. aiuiwagen. Trenten. N. J., 83: F D. Lnmberten. New Tork. N. T.. 80: F. P. Smart. Norfolk. Va.. 80: I. J. Sellers, B1rmlnham. Ala.. 78; J. W. Le. can. Wllkes-Barre, Pa.. 88: T. W. Mahar Plalnfleld. N. J . 74: E. R. Shaner. Pitta fcur8,h' Ff".80:..Rvr- Edwards. Freeland. J.,' 8iiA ,M- nurru Rotkferd. 111!. 87; H. H. Gllleaple, T'nafly, N. J.. 05: Ei Helller. Alexandria, Pa. 93: Q. E. Painter Pittsburih. Pa . 87: D. MiiltlhUl. Pittsburgh Sf-J?4,,JV,J5 ,Ber"', New HrltHn. Conn, 80: F. II. Weeks. Akren. O., 85: B R narder. Akren. O.. 01; M R. Kemmarsr Wllkes-Barre. Pa . 87. A. L ftwli wiKIfc Barre, Pa . 02. S R Dllley. Wllkes-Barre. F1"80!,. CJ wJlMn'. Rnek?. Va.. 72; I.. O. Richards, Roanoke. Va., 81: H E White. Qastenla. N. C. 88. J. It. Cothran Atlanta. Qa . en P.. s Smith Elmwe?8 S' I.' 7J.! DS- "j J. Thlelman, New Tork 5l 5U.DrA si C. Tremaln. Drldaeten. N. J SO; W. neden, New Tork. N Y.. 81; J. P.. Plum. Atlantle Clt. N. J.. 87; O. K Mackle, Lawrence. Kas.. 72 W. C. Tllten J 88n ' S8i ' Drew,r' Phll'IPsbur. U. "Ed 'Rosenthal. Cincinnati. O., 77; C S. CummlnM, Utile Reck. Ark.. 82: T, R Washburn, Norwalk. 0.. 76, L. s. Hern Huntlnaden. Ind , 8S; A. J. Reynolds. Tor Ter Tor rltiBten. Conn.. 78: A. Albert. 8cetch Plains. N. J r . 88: P J z.l le. Pla nfleld. N. J." 8S ;. D. Frowley. Indianapolis. Ind.. 77: E. R. Darker. Creten. N. T.. SS; J U Reck. Creten, N T . 7. Dr. C. II, Story Pawllna & X,' ??.i JL ",' SmWl. Detroit. 'Jnch': 89: F. Mlienback. Mi. Clemens Mich.. 91 R. W. Rnsers. Merr sten. N J , 72: F. S Slrfter. Vetnld. N. J., 7; E. ick Pert Republic. N. J . 70. Dr. A. V Parson. DIs trlct of Columbia. 87; A H. IJ.i f "pRl'l dencj. R I . 87: F. A. Selbert. New Tork. ?' ?-,11,', C-J" Jn' Mnntclalr. N. J 85 E ,F' "L"' Prej'ldence. R I . 85, R Q,T! stell. Oraften, W V . Pn. I. s. Nlbleck denKiniewn.i'a . at: I.. M Otte, Jr.. Wll Wll llamanert, Pa.. 81: T. N Hellman VVllllams- m. rr.nrnrn i.ii.ia w- a K v .-.' . Pke, Pittsburh, ra..70. Mrs. CD Pike" Pittsburgh Pa.. 7ft; W. DPenner. Akren O.. AS. J. no wand Elmlra. N. V . flSy Si Reed. Keyport, N. J.. 8Jj a If Cnneer da7ePA!inS- Jrii .BV 'V' H" F"WC'J.t' St v v Mn,Vv lii Je.m, IUl"m- W atertewn. r1" i. 8e' S' .Di ?tl'l,n. Matawan. N. r "a7':i ?,. """wick Waynesboro. Pa . ROj J. A, Halllnan. Erie, Pa,. 81, p. M Hostile At antic City. N J..' 80. , c. Offutti I iu n. vine. Ky. 87. J. B Lallance. Uuntlniden. . aV, 8?! E v., ,' Canten. O. OS: M. S. Hootman. Htckallle. e. OS. r t" lyecn, urepKsvllle. O. 02 Ward miii.V Lima, O,, 68; J It. Kerr, Lima, 0 03. SIX-METER YACHTS RACE International Craft Ready for the Fourth Event of Series Oyster Bay, N. V,, Sept. 14, American and British six-meter voehts were ready tedny for the fourth of the sli team races after en interval of a day In which all eight of (jie small craft were overhauled In preparation for the final tests, America, challenger for the British America cup wen last year by British craft off the Isle of Wight was load lead ing In the point score for the three Hires sailed ni far, 64 te 44. Yankee craft, as a team, have wen two of them, making a clean sweep en the first day. 20 te 10; losing the second rncp. 20 te 10. in it nbin. .i.. C. V ' 'i .,.uinn!'. Atlantic Clti, i.Ja "Ji CtJ5' 15lmb11', Nw Yerk. N. T. 2i! s.' .; Ffanclsce, Mitln Falls. N. j i.4',A,v.,K. CI?I,'-. Paterson N J. 81; E L, Klnts. T,lr,U ITali. v. t e . .; M. Alonse Scintillates ' in Thrilling Tennis Match Spanish Star Again Captures Spotlight by Brilliant Victory Over Watsen Washburn H. Kinsey Wise te Default te Johnsten By WM. T. TILDBN, 2D National TennU Champien FDUIt Americans and four foreigners remain In the round before the semi finals of the natlennl singles tennis championship of the United State at the Germantown Cricket Club. Mnnuei Alonse, of Spain, again captured the spotlight nnd thrilled the great gallery of nearly 10,000 by eliminating AVntsen Washburn, of New Yerk, in one of the finest mntchts of the entire tournament. I hove seldom seen AVnshburn steadier than he was yesterday, but, great ns lie was, Alonse was even greater. The first set found Washburn slightly erratic and the brilliant Spaniard nt his best. Alonse rushed nwny te n 4-1 lend which he held te the end of the set. He was pounding V nshburn s backhand mercilessly nnd the American had net quite the sting te take the offensive from him. The second found the sltuntlen reversed. Alonse grew mere uncertnln, while Washburn con centrated his attack en the Spaniard's backhand. Beth men were running miles and making marvelous recoveries. Alonse missed n ch.ince te pull even by drop ping his service nt 3-4 after breaking Washburn's the previous game. ash burn ran out the set at 0-3. Alonse threw nway a golden oppor tunity In the third set bv allowing n cemmnndlng lend te dwindle. He pulled away te 3-0 and 4-1, but Washburn plugged methodically en nnd by forcing Alonse's backhand came up te 4-all and led at 4-5. Alnnui stnnned hin rush, drew even and led at 0-5 nnd 7-0, but had net quite the punch te win out. asu burn. placing carefully, ran out the set, 0-7. THE rest was a chance for Alonse te meditate en his errors of omis emis sion, which were mainly In swapping backhand shots with Washburn. I17HEN the fourth set began the Span- VV lard started with a rush. He could net draw far away from Wnshburn, but lind n ullirht Pilirp throllcheilt the entire set. which he wen after a tremendous battle at S-0. Fifth Set a Thriller The fifth set was thrilling. Betl men drew en their last bit of reserve Wnshburn gained the first break, but Alonse came back In the next game The games alternated te 4-all, every game having Its particular thrill ns one or the ether man made a remarkable recovery or wonderful placement. Once Alonse fell full length, thrown by a sharp cramp in hi leg. It seemed he must les, but gamely gritting his teeth he threw en extrn speed ana took t(ie next two games and the match. Gerald L. Patterson gained revenge far his defeat nt Seabright by elimi nating his former conqueror, Francis T. Hunter. S-6. 6-1, 7-5. Hunter nlaved well, but Patterson proved con clusively his superiority nnd wen every set with sufficient te spore, 'showing A Balanced Scheel Big Courses And Big Names Don't Make A Scheel What counts most is the eternal vigilance and drive of the wide-awake school organization behind every course from start te finish. The D r e x e I Evening Scheel is built en this basis. That's why the student sticks te his job here and makes geed in yeurbusiness. Scheel of Business Accounting Salesmanship Real Estate Traffic Management Finance-Investment Business Law and Many Related Subjects Engineering Mechanical Electrical Civil Chemistry Drawing and Many Related Subjects Enrollment Open New DREXEL EVENING SCHOOL his greater versatility wnen itunier ic 5-3 in betn tne nrsi mm imn. .n. alned a decisive vic tery ever Rebert Kinsey, 0-3. fl-rf, .2-U, 0-1, although the young Collfernlan wen the third set by splendid tennis. Andersen wag tee severe In every de partment of the game for Kinsey, but the latter's clever generalship forced the Australian star te work te the limit. LITTLE Bill Johnsten dropped his first set of the tournament te Heward Kinsey. his fellow CaJifor CaJifer hlan, when the yeunr star took the Davis Cup man Inte camp, 6-4. John John seon, hewerer, was rapidly tuning up te his best and carried the next two sets, 6-2, 6-2. AT THIS point Kinsey wisely de faulted, ns he was seriously both ered by a deep blister en his racquet hand, which made It almost Impossible te held his recquct. It would have been out of the question for him te hnve continued nnd might have resulted in serious after effects. Kinsey fully de served his first set. Weed Off Ferm Pnt O'Hara Weed was far from his best against me and I was enabled te romp home, 0-2, 6-3, 0-2. I was playing my best tenls of the tourna ment. It. N. Williams crushed Elliett Bin sen with the less of but three games, while Vincent 'Richards took Herbert Bewman Inte camp, 6-2, 6-3. 6-3. Wallace Jehnsen and Zenzo Shlmlzu High Scheel Gym Suits Official Suit required by all Students Central High Northeast High Southern High West Phila. High Hprmsnlewn H10K1 Jersey Pants Jeck Shee Frankford High I Pure Worsted Marshall E. Mtn's Incorporated Furnishings 724 Chestnut Street Ne Starching j Wears Longest 1 Will Net Wilt M Saves TOurji r"Z. . 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