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World's Woman Champion and Southern California
Title Holder Who Will Play at Virginia Courts
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAMPIONSHIP
TENNIS TOURNEY TO OPEN TOMORROW
Final Tournament of Local Tennis Season Promises Best Week's
Program of Racket Wielding Ever Witnessed on the Southern
Courts-New Players Arc Attracied by the Big Event, and
Northern and Southern Stars Are Entered—May Sutton,
World's Woman Champion. Will Play—Alphonso Bell
Picked to Win but Will Have to Fight for Honors
The flnnin of the local tennis season will be the present week's Schedule at
the Virginia, and a fitting finale It is predicted to be. Tennis talent from all
the local noints nnd invaders from the south :ind north will furnish an abun
dant < of the rral article of the court prime for the fans and should develop
Borne class of a lil^-h order. The drawing*, ÜBleH there should be an unexpected
overturning of tho dope, Will result In the semi-final* beinp a liR-ht between the
four stars of the tournament. Hell, Butlln, Browne and Dawson. Alphonso 801 l
is picked to win, but there will be a close race and the result will be In doubt
until the last day's play.
Borne preliminary practice was indulged In by tho Waiting cracks and
several of the local exports on the Virginia courts yesterd-iy. Elt Fottrell, the
Gtolden <;;it<- junior champion, trimmed the veteran, Ralph Noble, in one set
and lost another by a close margin. The lanky coming Champion is showing
up splendidly and should annex the Junior title. Claude Butlin did not show
up in his last year's form in the afternoon's practice, but Is expected to make
a decided improvement by the time lie is scheduled for tho hard portion of the
Whether it is tho irony of fat* or something easier of definition there is-a
regular feature match in every tournament with Nat Browne and Lew Free
man as the chief actors. Thesis two stars have fought many a battle in the
past with almost :m even break, Freeman winning last year in a great three
sei match. Browne is picked to win this season, although the ex-coast cham
pion may be expected to press him to the limit.
"Ward Dawson will have an excellent chanco to uphold the expectations of
his friends, as ho should •watz easily through tho first few rounds and be in
line fettle for his match in the semi-finals with Browne or Freeman. Dawson
is playing the game of his life, but It has been declared by many that Browne
has something that works as a hoodoo on the younger set and to such a degree
that Win Mace and Ward Dawson, of champion timber though they are. cannot
withstand tho charm and invariably sucoumb to Browne's daring attack.
One of the greatest pleasures of tho
tennis fathers is to watch the growth
of tho lists In tho junior and women's
special events, and the coming Virginia
tourney has the record In the number
of entries in these. Twenty-one players
will clash in the women's special and
an entry ltst of as great sige as this is
a. step toward the securing of the
women's national championship tour
nament for the Pacific coast If the local
women's events keep on Increasing in
this manner Philadelphia will have to
make a strenuous campaign to hold her
25-year-old tournmaent another yei:r.
Tho Sutton family will be out In
lure,, this week and will have their
usual walkaway In the women's open
Singles, the mixed doubles and women's
doubles, tiolda Myer and Mary Browne
would be tho only ones to stir up the
interest, and it is unlikely that they
will succeed in annexing a victory over
any of the world renowned, tennis sis
ters. Mary Browne, however, has a vic
tory over Florence to her credit in the
Hollywood tournament last year and
may surprise the prophets by an un
expected antl-Sutton spirit that will
overturn the slate.
The junior event will Introduce a
number of new players to tho racket
fans and some of the boys can turn the
tables on the veterans even now. 'Mace
and Dawson have just graduated from
the Junior ranks, and it is to the juniors
that the championship cups will be
coming' after a few years' experience
hna matured their play. Eli Fottrell,
the Golden Gate champion, is picked as
the Southern California Junior cham
pion of 11110, but the local boys are
showing great class in tho court game
and will give thfe northerner a hard
race for the cup. Fottrell is a lanky
youngster, 6 feet 2 In height and uses
a long swinging drive that Imparts a
tremendous spin to the ball. lie i
looked upon as a coming coast cham
pion by the San Francisco experts, and
certainly looks the part.
Tomorrow morning the junior event
will be started and the women's special
singles. Tho afternoon will witness the
lirst round of the open singles and the
start In the women's open singles.
Tuesday morning tho doubles will be
Started, and the program will be a full
daily schedule for tho entire week.
Tho prizes for the events will be as
Open singles—First prize, smoking
sel ; second, amethyst stickpin.
Women's single*—First prize, silver
violet holder; second, .sandwich plate,
Women's .special—First prize, chafing
dish; second, teakettle and stand.
MISS MAY SI'ITON
Junior singles—first prize, inlaid ma
hogany cup; second, sweater vest.
Men's doubles —First prize, traveling
toilet sets; second, silver military
Mixed doubles—First prize, horse
shoe pin and watch chain; second,
chatelaine and humidor.
Women's doubles—First prize, silver
picture frames; second, sweaters.
Consolation singles—First prize, brass
cigar jar; second, sweater.
The prizes are Valued at over $200.
The drawings for the singles events
are as follows:
Men's .singles—Eugene Overtoil, bye;
Charles Rogers, i,y,. ; Arthur Bary,
bye; Dixon, bye; Marshall Ketehum,
bye; Claude M. Butlin, bye; Charles
B. Hopper, bye; Edward Dietrich,
by,--; E. P. Finnegan, bye; Paul Lowry
vs. Claude A. Wayne; Grayson Merrill
vs. V. A. Sheldon; A. W. Bumlller vs.
Ell Fottroll; John D. Holmes vs. Har
nett; H, S. Knox vs. Kenneth C. New
ell; Gerald Young vs. Eton Galusha;
A. B. Bell vs. Rockwell; D. B. Myers
vs. B. V. Weller; Ralph Noble vs.
Howard Wayne; Nat B. Browne vs.
H. F. Weller; Joseph Ball Jr., vs.
Harry Rogers; Archie Scott vs. Charles
Banes; Hoy Uoodrlch vs. L. R. Free
man; Earl Kalt, bye; F. R. Feltshans,
bye; J. C. MacFarland, bye; Ward
Dawson, bye; L. F. Johnson, bye;
Emery Rogers, bye; Will Bacon, bye;
S. M. Slnsabaugh, bye; Karl Shook,
byei Robert Clelland, bye.
Ladles' singles (open)— Mrs. B. O.
Bruce, bye; Helene MeVay vs. Flor
ence Allen; Mrs. Stiekrod va. Miss
Florence Sutton; Miss Adelaide Cox
vs. Miss Golda Myer; Miss Alice Scott
vs. Miss Agnes Yoch; Miss Mary
Browne vs. Miss Fanny Rowan; Miss
Laura McV'ay, bye; Miss May Sutton,
I; dies' singles (special)—MisH Laura
MeV.iy. bye; Mrs. Walter Kills,
bye; Miss Elizabeth Cullln, bye; Miss
Fannie Rowan, bye; ."Miss Agnes Yoch,
bye; Miss Josephine Btruve vs. Miss
Edith Osmond; Miss Marguerite Mer
rill vs. Mrs. C H. Daly; Miss May
Richards vs. Miss Helene MeVay;
Miss Dora Rogers vs, Miss Eleanor
Richards; Miss Elizabeth Shirk vs.
Miss Edith Rowland; Miss Agnes Oa
nahl, bye; Miss Florence Allen, bye;
Miss Harriett, bye; Mis. Stockrod, bye;
Miss Nora Harriett, bye; Miss Ade
laide Cox, bye.
Junior singles—Earl Kalt, bye; Mar
shall Ketehum, bye; Dolph Allen vs.
Carl Linn; V. A. Sheldon vs. Charles
Banes; Gray Karrlman vs. Kenneth c.
Newell; Dixon vs. Eli Fottrdll; Joseph
Ball, Jr., bye; Emery Rogers, bye.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1910.
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The bowlers of the Electric league
bad a strenuous time of It last week.
The leading teams marshaled their
strongest bowlers together in the fight
for place. The Western Electrics still
lead, with the Southern California only
one game behind.
The event of the week was the match
between the leaders and tin- Woodill-
Hulse team*, in which the Western pin
getters took the Woodill-Hulses Into
camp in tine style.
The Westlnghouso trio showed con
siderable class by taking live straight
games from the llolabird-Reynolds.
The City inspectors are showing
Improvement and will undoubtedly
make it Interesting for some of the
older teams. Myers still leads the in
dividuals by a safe margin. Arbogast
shot Into first place for the high game
and series prize. The standings as
computed by Secretary Mackenzie ale
Team— 'Won. Lost. Pet.
Western Electric 25 5 ,M
Southern California 24 6 .800
Woodlll-Hulso 19 11 .w
WcßtlnchouM 18 12 .600
Newberry-Bowan 15 15 .800
L, A. City Dept. Elec It IS .806
Holablrd-Reynolds 4 2« .133
Pacific States 4 M . .133
Myers, Woodlll-llulse 30 BUI .171 200..
Roop, Woodlll-HulM 30 4305 1M HI
Arbogast, Nowbcrry-Dowers... 30 4&56 161 222
Itunyan, Western Klectrlo 23 5997 159 155
Burner, Western Electric 20 3178 158 1-7
Grass, 80. California 30 4745 158 213
Hedges, I* A. City Dept. Bleo. 30 MM II IM
Moran, Weßtlnghouse 30 MIS 154 -'7
Potts, We«UnfhoUM M HOI 153 20!)
Thomas, Woodlll-Hulse 25 3825 153 18S
Hour. 80. California 30 4555 151 203
Spring, Western Electric » 2959 147 202
Rendler. So. California 30 4361 143 ISI
Fpllsburg. Newberry-Bowen.., 25 3641 145 205
Hoae, WestltlKhOUS© 30 4329 144 178
Matches Scheduled for the Brunswick
alleys this week are:
Monday—Monarch vs. Stinsons; Pas
adena vs. Mackenzie Colts.
Tuesday—Pacific States vs. Holabird-
Wednesday — Newberry - Bowers vs.
Western Electric; mixed doubles.
Thursday—Woodill-Hulso vs. South
ern California; Monarch vs. Macken
Friday— of I* A. Dept. Elec. vs.
Saturday—Long Beach vs. Mackenzie
The following couples will bowl Jn
the mixed doubles Wednesday nignt:
Mrs. Mack-Ttipper, Mrs. Knoxjvramer,
Mrs. Rupel-Grifflth, Miss Seott-Holli
day, Mrs. 11. C. Scott-Mackenzie, and
any others that may desire to bowl.
High scores Brunswick alleys: Grif
fith 224, Campbell 227, Goyette 232, My
ers 212, Goshong 2920, Hollldav 220,
Munsie 242, Arbogast 222, Kramer 210,
Mackenzie 223, Spring 202, Cowan 268,
Kelly 204, Huyler 206, Tupper 226, W.
Perry 231, George 221, Moran 207, Sty
mest 236, Grass 204, Runyan 210, Bur
Jlmjons—Hopper 136, Albright 115,
Ken.iricks 131, Huyler 116. Mackenzie
127, Tupper 111, Griffith 127. .Stymert
122, Stewart 129, Forrest 132, Allen 117,
Johnson 141, Jones 139, Holly 142.
Women: Tenpins—Mrs. Scott 104,
Miss Scott 168, Mrs. Knox 152, Mrs. Ru
pel 165, Mrs. Thurston 130, Mrs. Bowers
130, Mrs. McGinley 126, Miss Allen 174.
Mrs. Tupper 168. Mrs. Johnson 124,
Miss Beatty 147. Mrs. Mack 181.
ECHOES FULFILL PROMISES
AND DEFEAT UNION OILS
The expected happened on the Wash
ington and Ellendalo diamond yester
day afternoon when the Echo Parks,
who are slated for the league leader
ship ere long, trounced tho Union Oils
to a 14 to 6 score In the Intercity league
schedule. The Echo Park boys had an
easy time of the fray and slammed the
ball at will. The score:
An It H fin A E
Tierce, If 3 10 2 110
Byram, lb 6 3 1 r> 7 0 0
Bid Haight, cf 4 3 3 2 110
Lewis, r 5 2 3 10 3 2
Karl Haight, 2b 5 2 2 6 0 0 1
Terry, ss 3 10 12 0 1
Flnley, c 4 0 1 1 13 3 1
Beattle, rf 3 112 10 0
Totals 35 M II 21 27 8 '6
UNION OIL, CO
All n H SB PO A E
ntley. c 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
Williams, 3b 3 2 112 0 0
Coombs, lb 3 10 15 0 0
Fulcher, 2b 4 10 0 2 11
Baldwin, ks 3000202
Sargent, P 4 0 0 2 2 3 0
Oarrlllo, of 4 0 0 0 7 4 2
Brown, if, P 4 0 0 0 3 0 0
I,eibergot. rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
McDonald, 31) 2 112 10 1
Valentine, cf 3 0 0 0 2 0 0
Totals 30 5 1 4 27 10 5
SCORE BY INNINGS
Echo Park 20240005 1-14
Base hits 40320111 1-12
Union Oil Co 000220010—6
Base hits 0 000 0 0 0 1 o—l
•Valentine batted In place of Itiloy.
Three-base hits—Lewis. Two.bauo hits—Wil
liams, Ed Kalght, Lewis. Sacrifice hits—
Combi, Ed Haight, McDonald. Bases on. balls
—Off Lewis, 2; Sargent, I; Brown, 9. Struck
out—By Lewis, 14; Sargent, 3; Brown, 6. lilt
by pitched ball—Hllfy. 1; Pierce, I; Terry.
Tim* of game—2:ls. Umpire—Benson, Score
uinhu:i> ii. mack
BLACKSTONE TEAM LOSES
TO HARD HITTING BOSTONS
The Bostons won a hit and run con
test from the Rlacltstones in the De
partment Storo league schedule on the
Harvard diamond yesterday afternoon.
The seven-Inning affair was replete
with liinprlra of every kind, and the
fans enjoyed the ball ladling greatly.
AB n ii sb ro A X
M. Robgoed, Cf 3 13 0 0 0 0
Hltttir. Jb 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Han ss 30100130
I tii. nt. :ib 3 0 0 12 3 3
Dairy, rf 3 0 0 0 0 4 0
'Herbster, c 3 0 10*11
Kink I'-. ll> 3 0)0900
Vrooland. If I 0 0 0 110
Payne, rf 3 0oooo«
Total 28 1 6 1 21 1! 4
AB R II SB PO A X
AI Rrlseno, KS 4 2 2 0 0 2 1
Fisher, c 4 -i 2 18 10
I,apn>vnrte, 3b 3000202
Buck, of 3 110 10 0
It. Brlwno, 2b 4 0 3 0 13 1
Tlll.y, lb 4 0 0 0 9 0 0
Wllion, If 4 0 1110 0
Lane, p 4 0 0 10 5 0
Scott, rf I I 1 1 1 0 0
Totals S3 7 10 4 21 11 4
SCORE BY INNINGS
Blackstones 1 0 0 0 0 0 0—
BaM hits 111011 l-«
Ban hits 332101 0-10
Two-base IMt«— 11. Briseno, Harris, Scott.
Sacrifice hltp—Content. First base on errors-
Boston, 2; Blaokstones, 2. L<ft on bases—
Blacluton**, 7; Huston, ?. Bases on balls—OS
I.aii". 1: Daley, 8. Double plays—Al Brlscno
to. H. Briseno to Tllluy. Time of game—l:4o.
• ■ >
SAWTELLE WINNER IN .
FAST GAME WITH UNIONS
The Soldiers' Home took a Rood start
in their game with the Union Hard
wares on the Sawtelle diamond yester
day afternoon, and although the local
boys made a hard struggle to even up
matters in their half of the ninth, the
strain was too much and the Saw
tello-camps are happy. The score:
UNION HARDWARE & METAL,
AH It H SB PO A X
Rosf, If 6 0 0 0 6 0 0
Tortez, c 2 0 2 0 7 3 0
Nielnon, 3b 3 ft 0 1 2 0 0
Johnston, ss 30;n2n0
Pico, 0 « 0 0 0 ° 0 0
Caudry, «> 4 1114 0 0
Menzer. 2b 4 0 0 0 2 10
Haskell, if 4 0 10 3 0 0
Orsatti, p 4 0 10 110
Totals 33 1 7 2 2? 5 0
Itawlinss, ss 4 110 2 10
Swensen. o 4 0 1 0 12 0 0
Lamer, 3b 4 0 0 0-220
Tommy, p 3001210
Forney, 2b .10 0 0 2 10
Wade, lb 3 0 0 0 7 0 0
Scotty, of 3 1 2.0 0 0 0
Peck, r f 93000000
Parker, If 3 0 10 0 0 0
Totals 30 2 5■ 1 J7 6 0
SCORE BY INNINGS
Sawtelle 1 1 0 ft 0 0 0 • »-2
Base hits 03000110. •—5
Union Hardware 00000000 I—l
Base hits 10001201 2—7
Three-base hits—Scotty. Two-base hits—
tez. Left on Bawtella, 8; Union Hard
ware, 0. Bases on balls— Off Tommy, 2; Or
■attl, 2. Struck out—By Tommy, 10; Orsatti, 5.
Hits made— Tommy, 7; Orsatti, 3. Hit by
pitched ball—Torte», Forney. Time' of game—
WIELANDS TAKE CONTEST
FROM STOVE REPAIRERS
The Wlelands defeated the Los An
geles Stove Repairs on the Thirty
eighth and Santa ]■> diamond yester
day afternoon by a score of 11 to 4.
The Wlelandi landed on the ball heav
ily and annexed all the favors from the
lucky department of the game. The
AD R II TO A B
Hartensteln, Sb 3 0 0 10 0
Hackett. Of ti 1-0 1 1 0
B. Twombly. 3b 1 4 3 3 4 0 1
Aouna, p 5 2 3 0 10
Garcia, c 3 8 3 9 l 0
Abbot, lb 4 10 4 0 0
O. Twombly, ss I 112 11
McClaln, rf 4 0 14 0 0
Huff, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Totals M 11 H 27 4 2
L. A. STOVE
AU n H PO A X
Smith. cf 421000
Btadalli, if 400101
Harris, lb l 0 0 10 0 0
Pins, sa 4 0 - 3 2 -
Frayor. 2b 4 0 0 2 2 0
Oblolea, Sb 4 • 0 8 1 1
Garrlty, rf 4 1110 0
Gottluher, a I 116 •- 0
Arguello, p 3 0 0 13 0
Totals M * 5 27 11 4
Left on bases—Wlelands, 9; L, A. Btove, 2.
Three-base hits—B. Twombly. tiacrlflce hits—
VVlelandii - Stolen bases—Wlelands, 2; L.
A. Stove, 1. Double plays—Arguello to Obloles,
Hackett to Hartenstcln. Hits made—Off Acuna,
6; olt AiKuello, 11. Bases OH balls—Wlelands,
J. Passed balls—Gottluber, 2. Hit by pitched
ball—Hartenstein, a. Umpire Mo«llur. Time
of game—l:3s "' ,•»
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MASON PHELPS IS
Defeats Charles Evans. Jr.. in the
Finals of Amateur Golf
MINIKAHDA, Minn., July 30.—Mason
E. Phelps of Midlothian won the west
ern amateur golf championship tourna
ment for the second time by defeating
Charles Evans, Jr., of Edgewater, the
champion of 1909, by 2 up and 1 to play
in a hotly contested match in the finals
of the "Western Golf association at the
Minikahda club today.
Phelps won the title for the first time
in 1908 at Rock Island.
The winner played far better golf to
day than his opponent, especially dur
ing the afternoon round. Evans was
2 up at the end of the morning round,
the eighteenth being the hole that
Phelpa won. In the afternoon, how
ever, the Midlothian youth started with
a rush and evened the match at the
end of two holes. After that Evans
never was able to regain the lead, and
Phelps jumped to the tore by winning
the fifth, but Evans evened it again
at the sixth.
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Phelps, making him 2 up, which was
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The ninth, tenth and eleventh were
halved and Evans reduced Phelps' lead
to 1 up when he won the twelfth,
That was the last hole that Evans
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teenth, fifteenth and sixteenth were
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won the hole. Evans missed a chance
for a half on this hole when he sent a
20-foot putt one inch short of the. cup.
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