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OMENLATO TENNIS PLAYERS REACH SEailFINAL ROUND-RACES AT JAM Alfm
IN FOURTH ROUND
Legian Champion Dis
of Miss Sheafe,
nnd 6-2 Miss Fox
njy Philadelphia!! Left
r...riMH. Pa.. June lO.-Mlss Molla
,u the Norwegian champion, and
Wt, " national title
U0e "' .. ,(,vi. for three
pJiear "" wLth nli' proV'.a
r.in today when the semi-
a nt the- "Womon'B National
WnV h.mnlonahlD wan reached
H TS.ii.nelohla Cricket Club. The
tJ2E??.MlM Martha Guthrie,
8PT.W and Miss ElUa M. fox, uer-
ffShi Outhrie and Mrs. Wlghtman
PSiHir champion was forced to play
?!f-"et match today, this time
"rLra Sears, LongwooJ
sL-iMub Boston. This Was exactly
P.lj wightman's match of yestcr
L.Mrs. Marshall McLean, In which
VltA Al . - . .- ..nn.1 tntn.1
K ih first set. ior. W1 - .
CVth. 5lri rather easily. Meaii-
IS1 M- ahi.r. another Longwood
II!. lit er feet. The first set went
gS- lllS Bluntedt winning, while
SSVJ three games of the opening
, he match between Mrs. Wlghtman
SmmSSS nt to deuce and Ml
, won two of them From then on
&WlWM Played her usual steady
Ji, efnlMt to get the bn 1 over the
ffid force her opponent to lose the
sT.ii The let went to the former Cah-
StlU t I" the 8CCOnd set. M,las
Sawed excellent judgment In placing
SrtMM md hvlng a little the better
ffiS eventually won out 7 to 5.
r.1.J..nltr. Wlghtman played her
1 tttnUof the tournament. She kept
$. on the defenslvo throughout.
;,, lt WM only Miss Sears' speed nnd
Hfttr that kept her In the running,
t FinsT BET.
XT-Sl!1"'. iinninonoll 1-10
AJllola,elht deuce games were played,
yj BJurstedt winning live.
Mil joint score:
" FIRST SET.
s? ' SECOND SET.
WWtrn 14 4 2 2 4 4
P"". 4 14 2 0 4
It. THIRD SET.
nt WIiMosn . .....
ttt, Smm ................
ik ladles' doubles Miss I. A. KIs-
iti of Boston, nnd Miss B. Llndlay, of
JIT IW. reacnea ure bciui-mhw .uuhu
iricftaUu Mrs. C. 11. "Watnwrlght
k5 JIUj lUnnah Wright, Philadelphia
Rcket Club, C-0, 6-4.
I'jj Bluntsdt. Norway defeated Miss Anna
tnlt, Etton. 10-S. 0-2.
,u MtrtlM Xluthrle. Pittsburgh, defeated
KaUirUra Vinderhoef. New York, 7-5, (!.
taurEUu Foi, Germantown Cricket Club,
fjnd Mlu Alice Cunningham, Uoston,
in. Own 'Wlihtman, Boston, defeated
la Elfunon gears, Uoston, 0-3, n-7, 0-2.
3- ciiiMPioNRiup nniinr.ns.
& Third Bound.
OtUs I Kliaell, Boston, and Miss V. I.Inrt
kf, Wnt 6ltt, deflated Miss . R. Wain
Wlkt and Mlu Hannah AVrlght, Phlladel
pi Cricket, 6-0, 0-4.
,tfrl n M Cf,ttn.tH n-A Xfl-B T-lannvn
.. -. .., .1 (,, .vtl.n.l (.KM -..(BO ..On.iw.lk
wri, Uttvnai, defeated Miss Dorothy
rtn od Miss E. W. 'Fox, Philadelphia
et, 0-1, -4,
Ulsi CUrs Castel, West Side, nnd Miss
lai Sllltfl. fjlnrwiftfl ri.r.nt. Tlaa Mar.
fiUCsthrls and Miss M. B. Snyder, Pltts
ra, !, e-s.
J-sn. usfshsll McLean and Mrs. George.
CUtnln, Wait Side, defeated Mrs. T. II.
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1 1IH FINE RACE CARD
Ii Events arfi Listorl lw TnnVmr
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.Uub-Dinah Do Wins the
IjSUICA. N. v.. JiininAft.iB ,i.
aAnceuiful sport at Belmont Park,
hlfttd today to the course of the
Saltan Jockey Club at Jamaica.
ggyMlon of 11 days Is announced,
Ullnj Wag In readlnpnn for tho nnnn.
MpU ,tani which were blown down
r havlns been put In first class
Swj. The track also had been well
'"7 B na been In dally use for
!.. ,h9 opening- of the season
lrEi?s,floJ.Hand,caP waa won to.
fl$r?. M' wlth Jockey McCahey
" , was rater! a k in 1 l.t
Stromboll and Blue Grass, th
1 Th Hm. .1.. ., ', -
Lf-n, - v . ma nine unu a
?" race was l:4-5.
l'teli"ff ,K mlle-Dlnna Do. ICO,
firjl is ?',Q t.3 to.l, won; Out:
i'U. M j l?Jn a t0 i s W 1. second!
Sat. aS,!'-? u..-.a-. Maok U. Kubanks.
. ivti, I'srrinif u . n ,. -
. nKm' Yaaope.p ,d Lilly Orme
I rtit ..ti, . -
''ai S'ii""'.' mlles-nolly, fO,
'. 8 tn l u . ' ,?" "nd: Abrose,
Irnim.?. ".' B- out, third. Time.
sirS "L,0JS?-. . ...
' liii .;,, " "lie rxjar ock, ill,
Mft .. OUlL (nnil. Vnllnnn 1iT
1 x. iT i?".".na uooony also ran.
' ail , B,D.Efc,,ta,,2r handicap. J2BOO,
?CtS T,l 1 18 mllea-Addle M..
w, lid. p r,. ' tu wven, won.
Si sr?-11? Duia, o to 5? a tn k i to
ifc thw? tS,"' ,l?J J0?"' 18 to- 7 to
Bre. lur 4.... .. "r uio ran.
k- J 1-ltt n 'd ?0d UP- ""-.
' Hi . m'' Spearhead, 114.
. raJkn,, 2u''. ' won: Prlln
ajoiln Tib'.. " o. 7 to o, a to
l i'i 115, Mcahey. 4 to 5. 1 to
Quiac, ;";," oa"0P' Jo PlebeW
1 .2.-If-oM, 1180 added. &
iii'nhai.WfJf ?, to 2, 8 to 3.
I u "r"'. 112. darner. 4 to 31
I uTTi.W of laradU, 112:
j Pfciuut.7 i0..,10- 1 to S. third. Time.
,B,Snr.l Kitchen. Mag-
of the ExrpUw itoji-
uh upward, l l.ia niiaa
... rr .. ,.,: r. - -T". '.
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?i VKur. D., .
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Time for Tennis
The committee In charge of the
womon national lawn tennis singles,
women s doubles and mixed doubles
Uri)nne.M lr!8 tme 'or the final and
aeminnal matches as follows:
Friday, 10:30 a. m.
Semlntials In women's natlonnl lawn
Friday, 3 p. m.
doubles '" women'8 championship
Semlllnnls In mixed doubles.
Saturday, 2 p. m.
Bln'lcfl" '" women'8 championship
Following the singles matches tho
mixed doubles will bo played.
GOLFER ROY D. WEBB
LEADS JERSEY FIELD
Englowood Man Turns in Card
of 74 in Championship Event
at West Orange.
WEST ORANGE, N. J. (Essex County
Country Club), June lO.-tloy D. Webb,
of Englcwood, up to a late hour "cd a
field of 112 starters In the qualifying round
for tho New Jersoy State golf champion
ship todny ovor the Units of the Essex
County Country Club. Ills score was 74.
Webb, lt will be recnllod, won the medal
In tho rcctnt metropolitan nmatour cham
pionship, ThlB score wns two strokes better thnn
tho effort of .Maxwell 11. Marston, of
Baltuarol, a. favorlto player for tho title.
Webb went out In 3S, one of his lapses
coming nt tho 425-ynrd third hole, whoro
he took six through topping his drive.
Returning, however, he was much
Bteadler and never needed more than pnr
figures except on tho short 17th, where his
putting cost him 4.
Out 4 4 6 3 4 4 4 5 533
In 5 4 3 4 6 4 3 4 3-35-74
Marston was also out In 39. Returning,
ho encountered three lapses, ono on tho
long 10th and tho others on tho 16th nnd
17th holes, through putting Inaccuracy.
Out 4 3 6 4 4 6 4 6 4-39
In 6 4 3 5 4 4 4 4 3-37-76
Maurlco E. Rlsloy, the Atlantic City
star, never could get going and took 81.
Rlaley was tho runner-up In this cham
pionship at Morris County last year.
Hoy D. Webb, Englewooi 3!) 3.1 74
Maxuell rt. Marston, Iloltusrol.. . 30 37 ti
Maurice E, Itlsley, Atlantic City.. 40 41 Si
Carl 11. Farley, Upper Montclalr.. 41 40 SI
Ellin Adorns, Essex County 44 40 M
John J. Radel, Forest Hill 43 41 HI
Charles ft. McMillan, Essex County 43 41 Nl
Philip F. Miller, naltusrol 41 42 S3
Clnrence Martin, Tlaltuerol 42 4.1 83
II. D. Ileynolds. Essex County 4 31) 83
Paul O Cownlng, Essex County... 41 VI M
Robert I. Ilarr, Baltusrol 42 41 SO
Joseph Hodgson, Jr.. Montclalr... 4H 411 Ml
O. Schepmocs, Upper Montclalr... 4H 40 so
31. II. tlottome, Essex County 41 45 Hi
KOPF'S HOME RUN
Continued from Page One
Llebold. Murphy filed to Grancy. Four
runs, throe hits, ono error.
Egnn out, Wyckoff to Mclnnls. Bar
bare now batting for Hagermnn. Barbaro
walked. Llebold filed to Barry. Turner
doubled to right. Chapman walked and
tho bnscs wero filled. Wood beat out an
Infield hit nnd Barbare scored. Malono
throw out Graney. Ono run, two hits, no
Walker pitching for Cleveland. Wambs
ganss fumbled Barry's grounder, but he
recovered In tlmo to throw Barry out, ns
tho Mackman loafed. Walsh was out,
Turner to Wood. Mclnnls filed to Tumor.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Smith struck out. Wambsgansa tripled
to right centre. Egan filed to Walsh,
holding Wambsgansa nt third. Lapp
dropped tho third strike on AVnlker, but
threw him out. No runs, one hit, no
Wambsgansa mndo a beautiful stop of
Strunk's drive and threw him out. Lapp
fanned. Malone fanned. No runs, no
lilts, no errors.
Llebold fouled to Kopf. Turner filed to
Strunk. Barry threw out Chapman. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Kopf walked. Wyckoff forced Kopf,
Walker to Chapman. Murphy forced
Wyckoff, Chapman to Turner. Murphy
stolo second. Barry tripled to right, scor
ing Murphy. Walsh walked. Mclnnls
went out to Wood unassisted. Ono run,
ono hit, no errors.
Wood out, Barry to Mclnnls. Graney
fanned. Smith tripled against the right
field fence, Wambsgansa was thrown out
by Barry. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Strunk walked. On the hit and run
play. Lapp singled through short. On
another hit and run play, Malone tore
another hit through short, scoring
Strunk. Kopf sacrificed, Egan to Wood.
Wycoff doubled to left centro scoring
Lapp nnd Malone. Murphy singled to
left. Wambsgansa fumbled Barry's
grounder scoring Wyckoff. Walsh
singled to centre scoring Murphy, while
Barry went to third. Chapman threw
Mclnnls out. Barry scoring. Strunk filed
to Smith. Six runs, five hits, one error.
Egan fanned. Southworth batting for
Walker. Southworth walked. Llebold
fouled to Lapp. Malone threw out
Turner. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Jones now pitching for Cleveland. Lapp
singled to the Infield. Malone forced
Lapp, Wood to Chapman. Chapman
threw out Kopf. Malone advancing to sec
ond, WyokofC fanned. No runs, one hit,
- " ii -.
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citr Hi ' J T?.-
, Jack Ataln (4),
LATONIA RACE ENTRIES
LISTED FOR TOMORROW
First race, purss, 3-year-oIda and up. maid
ens, a furlongs-Hakka, 06i Badinage. Mi nose
of Ireland, Mi Waterproof. W: llooa Hoo.
08; Tale Bearer, W; Orumpy. W: Heautlner.
OS fterutlnesr. 101: Freeman, 106; Orange.
10U; Noiseless, 100; I Spy. llli,.,M'"''r. a't
Second race, soiling. 2-year-olds. lllllee, 4V4
furlongs Bsle N., 03: Safe Home. 100; Muw
AUtos IW-Lady of Lynn. 100; Intention.
100; l'iay Palr7l02: Little nUg.r. 108, Browa
velvet iOO' Mary II.. 10i Jane Stralth, 110.
Thfrd race, silling. S-year-olds and up. 6
fuTlongDengro. 07; Busy Edith. 100; Hell
Boy 107 Lady PanVhlta. 108 1 Wild Hear.
UOi Lack Bom, 110; Cash on Delivery. 110;
DFoDrthghrar' ntH, S-year-old. and up.
i Fl-ia mll-FFeetaDl!. 'o3; qreyltle, 100;
aold Crest Boy. 101; Bob Hensley, 105; Day-
tawXhC '"mIUw. 3-y.aroIds. colt.. 6 fur
iMaOM C&Vur, 'Ralph ft, Ingot, 103,
iKnSSmiUru 10T; Baby Cal, A. Man-
(Mir, Aly Port. 1U
3-jMr-olds aod ,
AMtk allowanca clalmad.
S5IITII GOING TO BOSTON
Mereeraburg Athlete Will Not Cora
pate for Meadowbraok Club.
mm., Smith, the Uarcaithug Academy
aaarUrmllir, has not totnad th MtAdow
brook Club, reported, but ioatWMX U W
pnd th lununer in BtMlOO.
Th lumwwtcsii -
IT HAPPENS IN THE BEST OF REGULATED FAMILIES
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pen AMP GET OP
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HAtE AW APPOIWTWEMT XMrMtrt HI H0-HUMM I 3amo o" A. S K
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I IMPORTANT ;H I Uf 1 I l fU K!JW
NICHOLLS SEEMS DUE
TO WIN GOLF PRIZES
Has Record Round of G8 at
Shawnee Golf Matches and
Grip on First Place.
FIRST LATONIA RACE
WON BY MISS DECLARE
Gabrio Is Second and Sweet
heart Sue Third Time of
Six Furlongs, 1 :12 2-5.
LATONIA, Ky., Juno 10. Miss Declare
wns the winner of the opening dash here
this afternoon and covered tho 6 furlongs
In 1:12 3-5. Gabrio was second and Sweot
heart Suo third.
First race, soiling, 3-year-olds and up. 0
furlongs Miss Declare. 103, Gentry, $3.70,
K'.OO and 2.30. won; tlnbrlo. 100, Qoosc. 2.C0
and 12..10. second; Sweetheart Sue, 07, Mar
tin, J3. third. Tlmo, 1:12 3-5. Alice Dunn,
Charley McKarrah, I'rospect and i A. Wel
glo also ran.
Second race, selling, 2-ycar-olds, 5 furlongs
Thornwood, 104, Meohan, $1.70, 3, $2.10. won;
Asparagus Sam, 100, Ganz. J'1.00, J2.20, aec
ond; Infield II, 100, Obrlon, $2.10, third. Time,
. tiorniicrgcr nnd Llttlo Covo
Third race, selling, 3-yenr-olds and up,
miles' Prince lTugcno, loy, Ilnnover,
st.fu, j.-.ut, secona; wnuo wool, 100, (looe,
$2,S0, third. Time, 1:40 3-3. Kncelet, Obolus,
Commauretta, Harold, Bank Bill and Pleuron
II also ran.
'THE WAMBSGANSS" RESPONSIBLE
FOR ATHLETICS' EARLY LEAD TODAY
Zoologically Speaking, He "Monkeyed" With Mclnnis' Grounder
Too Long Hagerman, thc Human Howitzer, Retires at
End of Fourth for Strategic Reasons.
Oh, there comes thc I'Upht,
When the Jinx alls tight.
And tho bench In the dugout is a strange,
Yes, it's stntnge when thc bench ciilcrtulns
Larry and Oldrtna and Schanu,
And the A's nerd quite all of tho brains
Of Larry and OUlrlna and Hchang.
Hut tho pennant's not icon by the middle
There's a taco In thc sun If that trio mends
And thc games at Shlbo Park arc sung to
Of Larry nad OXdrtng and Schang.
SHIBE PARK, Phlla.. Juno 10. Weird
baseball of Interest had the fans on edge
nt tho Shlbo Park Jitney terminus this
It was n grand old session at that,
which gave tho Macks the good start of
four runs. There wero three hits, nnd
Hngerman. Fohl's flrst-cholco fllnger,
oacuat!d thu pitchers' slab nt the closo
of the Inning like a Ilussiflu nt Prze
mj'sl. It nil started when Mclnnls wns
safe on Wnmbsganss' (chow It well) er
ror. Strunk Hied out, but Lapp singled
MISS BELL DEFEATS MRS. VANDERBECK
BBBQsaHs&. ... rt i i -ninr,:- ' jijpr jff j- :-,-. jS- llllln ssssssssss
In nice fashion. "Mr. Ilynn" Malone dit
toed and they both ntlvnnccd on Chap
man's muff of Lclbold's throw from cen
tre. Kopf then produced a home run on
a hit to loft that should have been a
slnglo If Smith had not overrun It and
dono several other things that "How to
I'lay Baseball" iinys not to do.
Tho Indians' run In their turn at bat
followed nn Investment that should have
yielded better Interest. Two bases on
balls, a two-bagger and an Infield single
seemed more than enough to even up,
but the single chip was nil they pocketed.
Wnmbsganss' corking thrco-bagger to
right centre went for nothing In tho noxt
ft nine. He's a good one this Wnmbs
ganss. He'd get Into print more were lt
not for the fnct that thcro Is no use
choking the linotype mschlno too often.
Another one went up on the, scoreboard
for tho Mncka In the fifth, when Mur
phy got tn through a force, stole second
and scored on Barry's three-bagger to
right. It was a great day for long hits.
Another proof In the first half of tho
sixth. Smith hit for threo cushions
against the right-Held fence, It did little
good.however, ns Wambsgann's could not
repeat and grounded out.
Connie's band sewed tho gamo up
within reason In the sixth. Walker lost
his grip and when he tried to tighten up
somebody would topple over behind him.
Mr. Wambsgansa may be nble to bat,
but he booted things more or less as a
fielder In this Inning. There wasn't a
Nap, It seemed, that did not require tuo
tries nt the ball to hold It. When the dust
cleared tho score was 11 to 1.
FINAL GOLF ROUND
ST. MARTIN'S REACHED
GREAT BELLS TROTS
IN UNUSUAL MANNER
AT NARBERTH TRACK
Animal Finishes Seventh
in First Heat of 2:21
Race, and Then Returns
to Course and Lands Sec
ond Heat in 2:15.
Miss May Bell Is to Meet Miss
Catherine Davis in Women's j gtegiVSS'. d!:
NAnBEBTH, Pa., Juno 10. A large
crowd turned out today to witness tho
second day's races on tho Belmont courso
here. Tho track was In good condition
and tho competition very close. Men
prominent In many walks of life were at
tracted to theso races.
Bortha Fogg, driven by A. S. Patrick,
crossed the wire first In the opening heat
of tho Belmont Stake race and covered
mo uistanco in . minutes nnd Wi sec
onds. She was followed across the line by
Qlenora, a brown mare, driven by C. Lip
Th special' cup for the best appearing
rig wns awarded-to Nick Grady.
6 In the 2:12 pace event A. Cnrr drovo
his horse, Dlrcctmoer, a black stallion,
across thc finish line closely followed by
Princess Marsh, driven by W. Brlggs.
The winner In this fast rnco traveled the
mile In 2:13Vi.
A classy bunch was entered In the 2:21
class trot and the horses crossed the
wire closely grouped. The flrat heat In
this race wns won by Anna C, a bay
mare, driven by A. Carr, her time was
2:15V4, Bonnie L, a sorrel gelding, wrlven
by J. Toy, Unshed second. Great Bells,
a brown stallion, driven by C. Garrison,
finished seventh In tho first heat of tho
2:21 class trot and upset the dope In the
second by winning this heat In tho good
time of 2:15U Prlncewood, a sorrel geld
ing driven by M. Fry, landed second place
In this heat after finishing third In the
SUAW.fEK ON THE DELAWARE,
ra., June jO.-Unless accidents unfore
seen happen to prevent, fill Nlcholls, of
Wilmington, the former metropolitan open
champion, seems to have things pretty
well sized up in the Invitation professional
golf tournament which continues today c-n
tho links of the Shawnee Country Club.
That record round of 6$ yesterday after
noon will probably get Mm the special
IK prlie for the best single round of th
meeting, and he also, In addition to get-,
ting his tiamo on tho Shawnee shield, ap
pears to have a strangle hold on first
Thc rearrangement of Ihe pairing places
Nlcholls nnd Louis Telller, the Frtnch
"pro," In one bracket, while another likely
couplo consists of Walter llagen, the na
tional open champloh, and Wilfred Held.
A strong north wind makes tho scdrlng
two or three strokes harde'r for the round
Tho gallery followed Nlcholls and Tel
ller, but becatiso of the wind neither man
wns able to keen out of trouble on on.
cnson. Nlcholls hit long balls off tha
tees nnd pulled fairly well, though not
nearly so brilliantly as yesterday. He'
nmi extra putte at the first and seventh
holes, but a 3 at tho 465-yard ninth
enabled him to go out In 37.
Coming back ho went steadily until
the nth, where his second shot against'
the wind got him bunkered and ha took.
n six. Even so the Wilmington man
enme back In 37 for a 74, which gives
him a 216 total for the three rounds. His
card was as follows:
Out E 4 4 4 4 6 5 3 3-37
In 55335436 32774
Telller with a 78 finished the 54 holes
2. job ayivcster, or rvcw York, with a
75, haa a total of 230, the same as Tom
Anderson, who needed 77 for his third
Hngen might linve nt least held Nlcholls
so far as the third round was concerned
nnu ho been nble to putt, but It so hap
pened that tho open "champ" could not
seem to coax the ball Into the cup unless
It lay practically dend His worst hole
wan tho eleventh, where a pulled drive
wns almost out nf bounds nnd missed a
mashle, taking six. His round of 77 gave
him a totnl of 22S for the three rounds.-
Here Is Hagen's card:
Oct 4 6 4 5 4 5 4 3 4-S8
In 5 6 3 4 5 5 3 6 33371
Following arc thc scores of tho Shaw
nee goirors covering yesterday's, total,
today's morning round and grand total
for thc three rounds:
Oil Nlcholls, Wllmlnston 142
Louis Telller. Canoe Brook 147
Walter Hngtn, rtochester. ....... .14
Wilfred neld, Savlew ha
3. V. Sylvester, West End. O, 8... 13.1
T. M. Anderson. Montclalr 132
M. J. Brad), Wollaston 133
Elmer Loving, Quaker nidge IM
James M. Barnes, Vt'hltemarsh....l.V1
u-urKH turnrson, unicago.
Thomss MrNumnra, Boston ,.137
A. J. Clplch. Shawnee 131
Alex. Campbell, Baltimore IfH
Dave Oallvle, Morris County 133
tleorge Hargent, -Choy Chase... .134
Joe Mitchell, Illdgewood 130
George Bayers', Merlon inn
George Low, tlaltusml IiG
Fred Mct-eod. Columbia t.ltty
n. Bottell, rlushlng Pit
I. S suckle, Oakwood lit)
.1. Dowllng, Scarsdale I17
Jas. n Thompson, Phlla, Country. 1VI
Tom llonnnr, Mecklenburg... . ,.,. tno
r. H ltorfner. Woodbury In!
Dave Cnthbert. Huntingdon Val...ln,
jnmes fergueon, npnng j-aae...
l.minrii rrcmn, i urn
ST. MAltTIN'S, To., June 10. Miss May
Bell, with a handicap of nine strokes,
proved too much for Mrs. C. H.'Vander
beck in their match In the ueml-flnal
round of the woman's handicap tourna
ment at the Philadelphia Cricket Club to
day. Miss Bell won three up and two to
play. Her opponent In the final will ba
Mlsa Catharine Davis, who today defeated
Mrs. Frances Bradley one up.
The mixed foursomes that were sched
uled for today have been postponed until
FIltST EIGHT-SEMIFINAL HOUND.
MUs May Bell defeated Mrs. C. II. Vander
beck, 3 un and 2 to slay.
Miss Catherine DavU defeated Mrs, Frances
Bradley, 1 up.
SECOND EIGHT-SEMIFINAL HOUND.
Miss A. I. Itlchardaon defeated Mrs. Fits
gerald, 'I up and 3 to play,
Mrs, 8. Logan defeated Miss Marlon Naylor,
3 us and 1 to play.
THIItD EIGHT-SEMIFINAL HOUND.
Mrs, nittenhousa Miller defeated Miss
porcher, 2 up and 1 to play.
Mrs. Henry defeated Mrs. Lewis, 4 up and 1
GARTLEY HOME FIRST
BLUE BONNET'S TRACK
Speedy Animal Outruns Good
Field at Six Furlongs in
Opening Race Today.
MONTI1EAL. Canada, June NX Gartley
landed the opening race here this after
noon with Llngar placing and Ravencourt
showing. The distance was 6 furlongs
and the time 1:15 3-5.
First race, maiden S-year-oUs and up, foaled
lu Canada. $300 added. 0 furlongs Canity.
Ii0.sftutiisu.i7 iuir$l.0 and H40. won;
Llngar, 107, MiAtfa, IMfl. $3.30 second; Ha
wSrourt; iOT. Otrt' ,. ,. third. "r .
1:15 3-3. HarryBaetr fi. JsjUtj, .OoMsn
I Master and Fallen Angel also ran.
Second rue, for 3-year-olds ana up. nogwta-
V 4UMMU HF --
-lncess .March, ch. m.. W
Ellsha J., br. ir.. J. Toy...
....... .-.-II ... m 1 n-i.H .
.tlllltt W4.l. u. ,,, , ,. , .ii,rui,,,,, 1
June Bug, b. m., II. T. Peacock 3
Iwanna, br. m., T. Berry 0
Time, .':i:ii. -':itli. UYi.
Two add.tlonal heats aro 10 be paced.
2:21 class trot.
Anna C b. m., A. Carr 1 3ds
Bonnie U, a. g., J. Toy 2 4 2
Prlncewood, a. g M. Fry 3 2 4
Lena Zombro. b. m., II. Dutton 4 7 3
Allee. b. i'.. Goodhart OBI
Wtckhara. b, g Kline 0 0 da
erGtaUells. br. St., C. Garrison 7 13
Johnny O'Brien, b. g J. Shlnn ds
Time. 2:1SK. 2:13Vi. 3:101. u
Two additional heats are to be trotted.
FINAL PENN PRACTICE
IE. Edmunson. Lansdowne 171
jack jouy, .NewnrK in
C, W. Singleton, Slwanoy 170
r. XV. Hockney. Atlantic City KIT
J. n. Hackney, Aronlmlnk 171
J. J. Dougherty, Overhrook 171
Jack Mackle, Dunwoodlo 17.1
A I Mnnderson, Boulogne 17ft
J. Seks. Rtentnn 17.1
W. C. Skelly, Camden, 8. C !7S
Ocorgo Sargent, Chevy Chase 134
A. J.Elnhlck, Shawnee ir4
George Low, Baltusrol ,.,,. 162
Emmett French, York Irt7
.7. ' J. 'Dougherty. Overbrnok... 171
Dave Cuthbert. Hunt'g Valley 103
Jack Jolly. Nennrk 171
Alex. Campbell, Baltimore . 1(14
C. W. Hacknev, Atlantic City 167
Dave Ogllvle, Morris County. . 133
Joe Mitchell, Illdgewood '130
M. .7. Brady. Wolaston 133
C. W. Singleton, Slwanoy .. 170
87 ?.l7 '
Syracuse Oarsmen ott Deck
POUOHKEEP8IE. N. Y June 10.
3 Syracure University oarsrrrn who will com
I pete In the nrsliy and frcthman Intercollegiate
3 . races on thr Hudson 'on June 28 arrived nera
Ball Players Finish Work Today for
The University of Pennsylvania base
ball team had Its final work-out this
afternoon In preparation for the game
Saturday with Harvard, "Alumni Day"
Saturday will be a specially attractive
one on account of the Important ball
H. K. Wallace, who made such a good
showing against Harvard In an earlier
game this season, will likely pitch for
this afternoon. Coach Jim Ten Kyck's men
will hare their flrat spin on the Hudson this
Harvard Crews Work Hard
ItED TOP, Conn.. June 10. The Harvard
varsity snd freshman crews ere each given a
fast half-mile trial today under the direction
of Coach Wrny, No tlm was announced, but
the trials were ssld to be satisfactory. There
waa no other practice.
Harvard vs. Pennsylvania:
SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915
Parade of Classes 2 P. M.
GAME CALLED 3 V. 31.
Admission One Dollar
Motordrome point breeze
TONIGHT AT 8:30 '
40-mlla Motor-Paced tlace.
Sensational Motorcycle Races.
Admission, 23 and 30c. 10,000 seats, 23a,
nAra sllicc May 1
Vllay. Mi. 9
1 11 A..V cLA&an
J506 aided. 3-y
2 70. fl.lv. $4.2i), won;
M.OII. .1 II S""BU.
. $.00,Tthlnl. Time,
S. Akin. a.tM
Baodel and Kyle
In thoir match in the women's handicap tournament at th Phila
driphia Cricket Club, Mr,. C. H VanUwbeck waa defeated 8 up and
S to play. In th final Miss BU meet Miss ttbanjie Davis.
ratr-ald aad UP,
si Ulna. furlongs Broom's Jog. .us, yea;
iui . $-0. aecool.
11. Maioalf.tS.SO. third. TUB. 1:1 2-S. York
ld. Laura. General ties L4MU. vio, bhb(bh.
l3a. B., Quick Start, Tvww. So l
Rocks aod iaooksa also rtn.
Fourth race, th Coanaugat Cup. Oaaadlaa
Broom, m. Smyth, $M.. $3.60. oat, won;
FoSuta T FaiT 118. aoUUlll, SS-lft. out,
iMoodT HomU of Oak. 128. 8tV4aB. out,
th lieiV $ added aUeplochaa 4-yoM-
bVoouT$2 W. out -t.ond il.y PU.
1113 Boyle, out, (bird Time. 4.0S S-. 0"
Cte'aaa SlaJMl sUM aim m.
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ia a very difficult thing to do unless you have personally
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