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EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915.
NEWS OF THE GOLFING WORLD GRIDIRON AFFAIRS SPORTS NOTES FROM FAR AND NEAR
J. H. DUFFY LEADS
j WITH 160 IN GOLF
I ITfiST Ai ArAWABlia
St Andrew's Senior Ousts J. A.
Tyng, Baltusrol, From
, Medal Place on Last
I: EVENT BIG SUCCESS
via V. Y.. Sept. 2t.-Late In the day
ft1; ..... a JtnMVl. innlf ttrn
.'John m. "" "" "' - -
1 tad tor the 3G-hole net prlic. with a
6 '...- - ii In the laat 18-hole round of
i'Vtoe ,enior golf tournament at tho
C - .....ml. Club. Up to that time, James
fe"A. Wff- of Baltusrol, with a 176, held
Toe tournament nas provea 10 ae a
R.An official list of prize winners will
.. k. ivn out until tomorrow, In view
Wtf the likelihood of complications bo
K , . . tum fiiln thnt rtnn man cannot
HH inu -
? 'Its me sumo " .-- - -
10 down," declared J. Ernest Smith, tho
- attorney General of tho State of Dcla-
En with three putts on tho homo
green and similar offenses on many oth
n, the Wilmington man got round In (L
Mthlon Pitney, Associate Justice of the
Cnlted States Supremo Court, did himself
proud on the homeward Journey, coming
back in 11 That gave him a 92 for the
round and a 77 net, so that he looks like
a winner for today's net prUo. Frank
Preibrey. who played with Mr. Pitney.
alto had 92-
Justice Mahlon ritney. Morris Co. 02
Osorge A. Allsopp. llalturol..i.. Ott
J.mVD. Toot. Apanamls So
Henry h. Hogert. Oakland. ....... J03
Frederick K. Pruyn. Glen. Fall... 101
Sroi F. Fahnestock. Merlon 102
rraseli 8. rhraner. Ilaltusro mi
iffrrr ft Cornwall. naltuarol 00
Ciurfes A. Spoirord. Oarden City.. 01
mm Wendell, fat. David'..... 88
ii.wm Rartront. Marlon ell
,,.... r-.----, -
KEiil Ilit...' Tatnuck 08 15
Cot J, Krneet Smith. Wllm ngton. 01
rsrr V. Doane, llaltuirol 08
SJ?ler ' MeTrltt. Wbrn 103
A. t, Huston. St. David'......... 07
Jullsh W. Curtl. Greenwich. ...100
r U Scholleld. Weeburn OS
Edmund 8. Na.h. Arawamla....t03
William W. Lyon.. Essex County. 1M
Dr. V. o. wasninmun, ruicab u,,, w
Jrnn U UW)er, Jinanuy
George Wright, Wollaston
Kt, Dr. N. W. Well., Dyker
C A. Blood. Apawamls
bmnw 8. 1'ar.ons, Dyker
Can E. Tarbtll, Garden City
L. J, Schiller,' Englcn ood
Bamuel A. Llnde. Greenwich
John W. Nelson, Altoona ....
P K. ilallowell. Ct. David'...
51. E. Ilatlland. Garden City
John W. Herbert, Oakland ...
Jono t. Morrill, Uracburn ....
GhaMe. W. Harman, Wykngyl.
Dr. Frederick Behavior. Weeburn. 06
Itobert K. Clark, Springfield. Max. 00
Charles Hathaway, K.iex County 102
John II Kllllnger, Wkagyl .... 108
Imiel Carpenter. Lancaster, Pa., lttl
Brent Arnold. Cincinnati 1H
iHiwnra j. ,-Mooie, forest j-arK .
Chtrl". P. Qulncy, Greenwich...
II. Meyer. Iiogert, Harkensack.
Clarenca B. McCleilan, Slwanoy.
Famuel A. Shannon. Wnoilhnien.
- Howird R. Dlrknnn Rlwnnnv
'f uwiint I. Elmendorf, Anawaml. 118
ec vico. o. tirnaricKson, 3iiaiana. 111
Dinlel Dowly, Ymintakah. ....... 100
Wm. n. Kill., Ftuckbrldte lid
Juilfe Fred W. Steen. Morris Co. 00
Henry D. Sargent. New Haven... OS
William Clark, Mlaquamlcut SO
JohnT. Terry. Ardafey 107
Frank Presbrey, Apvcamls Kl
AlTSh Crocker, 'Alpine 1)9
Thoma. Mortland. Ilellterre 100
Varcell N. Smith. IJracburn 110
Frjderlck W. Uurns. Forest Park.. 00
w John Q. Todd. Upper Montclalr. . . .101
Arthur L. Spring, Draeburn io
Chirle. n. Corwln, Draeburn 101
Harold Godwin. Garden City 102
Samnsl MacDonald, Draeburn 104
orge t. iveavitt. lialtu.ro!.. .114
Jjwurt Uarber, Englewood ....117
Geo. II. W. Johnson. lirooklawn..l22
I A C!'va ..'P'r. urooklawn ....lai
lh Si? ,V. 1Irly. Tatnuck ...114
. i j. i-gan, ttoutn urange.m 2.1
Henry 8. Jennlnga, Twairsklll ..lfltl 10
Bfaejt A. Geoffrey, Forert Hill... 110 It
,''! Leak., Apawaml. ...117 20
g W, Dickinson, Dyker Meadow. 127 28
Tllw,,..P'n'"on, Wykaryl ...121
Jona I. Duffy. St. Andrew's...... 11X1
(Daniel Darrcff, Frankford. Pa,,.. 88
Robert Collier. Dunwoodle 00
John W. Howell, Haltu.rol 07
Carlton B. Pierce. Cranford w
Cornellua B. Zabrlklo. Hacken-
Mck . . 100
nobertS. Sinclair, Haltusrol 107
iHSnJ' T.'"1"- lr- Hacken.ack.117
Jamss R. Marshall. Areola 102
'. . J," .J' f'lmer. Hackenaack.,114
B. S. ClSVllSr !!... IT.I1 ....
(.Mrlts C. Hommann. Uuburban...llS
BURLEIGH GIRL FIRST
2:21-Class Trotter Shows Heels
.Straight Hents at Allentown
ALM5NTOWN, Pa., Sept. 24. Clusy
events resulted In todca races held on
..the fair grounds here.
- Tho summaries:
s!Si.fS, ?"' " 0. '
Jftw t '" J" Hora c"e-
l?'K'".' hrV 'H.'iii'irii'm: 1 l 1
ohaonon, Del o .
C.. h.' c. 'j. ft PenuVr-.'John.Vown; "
2Saikif &:"&& T
"SB! C": i'V JohnToy.-rrillaaVi: " 3
g2',.s.;,'WdoimrT?e8 s '
JufiiS; pa.'-: y&'KWMXn ' 0
Bdir 11.";, f" w-
Ch..ii, i' "reo rm, . . . .
"tiler. A"'i,r.fU-i.-.-."' l a z a
-. "? "'' . 'i"
WuSi. Sfk rfc!v s u"ong.
m. J.!on,1"hJ lyUer' ?,lkl!.;k- r " 1
Jton-u 1 m "' m" vrnn Oardnsr, Mt
Time i.oj; " "?, i- ,, a
TOWSTOWN HIGH OPENS
ORIDIRON SEASON SATURDAY
frttteVYn First OpponenU for Up
SUUrgTeams in Condition
teSbSil0.WB Hleh Bch0l w' Pn "
rw season tomorrow with the speedy
JJfistown boys as their opponents, The
,Jttstowner are on edge and with Cap.
!tkM.;K7cu,? ot ,Mt y " t
"Wjrbqk showing his ola-tlme flash,
terat: f ?Mh ,,,?(,k X0T victory. Several
Stoff? Wl" ,orm bulwark against
Ur eon ot noted grid-
2S!U,2,WiU llne up M fo,low! -'adMD!i.kPU,n:
Wet ? L Yocum nd William,, egj
L,itiUi. ?n.i' "nr. . Kulp,
swu.;;,,:",, n v
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..Raadlnr, pil "' " ""! . , , . .
LEO SKOLNY WINNER
AT HAVRE DE GRACE
Truo ns Steel Places and Scar
amouch Shows in 512 Fur
HAVRE DC ORACK, Md., Sept ii.-Lco
Ekolmy, Trust As Steel and Scaramouch
made .the running In the first race at SH
furlongs for a-year-olda this afternoon.
Fit at race, aelllnr, sji furlonis, .l-vear-old.
and up Leo Bpolny, 11.1, Lllljr, 11 to c, 4 to .1,
1 to 4, won; True a. ml, 110. tlurllnanme,
7 to 2, aven. 1 to 4, ..condj Bcaramouch, 107,
T. McTaaxart, 18 to 1. 4 to 1. a to fi, thlrjl
Time, I:u0 4-S. ltldora, J. 11. llarrell, Napier
and Naushon slw ran,
Second race, handicap, SU furlongs Ktnc
Neptune, 114, Turner, 18 to fl, even, 8 to a.
won! Orme.dale, lin, McCnhey, 0 to 2, 2 to
1, even, second! Startling:, 1U0, l.lllry, 12 to 1.
4 to 1. 8 to B, third. Time. 1.00 2-A. Virginia
M., Fernrock, Col. Vennle, Sprint also ran.
Third race, .1-) ear-olds and up, ml).
Init 1 mil and 7(1 yards Stone Hedite, 108,
Dalc., 12 to S. even, 2 to n, won, liarl of
aoy, 112, Turner, 40 to 1, 12 to 1. to 1,
pecoiid; llorax, 08, Plti, 8 to 1, .1 to 1, 8 to ,
third. Time, 1:41 4-S. Tom Hancock. Sam
Btlck, Rlblod, Carlton O., Watertown, Tamer
lane. Itu.llla, Sinai, Pled Plrer, Doctor Duen
ner alto ran.
Fourth race, handicap, all asea.'i mile and
"C yard. Short tlras., li'O. liutwell, ". to 1,
2 to 1, 4 to S. won; Holy, 107, Cooper, .1 to 2,
een, 1 to 2. second : Cock of the Walk, 118,
lluxton, 0 to 1, 2 to 1, rn, third. Time,
1:43. Iluckhorn, Harry Shaw, Qalner, La
hsro. Cliff Field alto ran.
Fifth race, soiling, 2-year-olds, rsVa furlonct
Madame llerrman, 104, Mink, 12 to 1, 4 to
1, S to B, won; High Hone. 107, Cooper, 0 ot
: tn 2, .1 to .1. second; Good Counsel, 112,
Turner, 0 to 1, 8 to A, 4 to .1. thin. Time,
1-07 4.3. Nolll. Daddy. Choice. Stellarlna,
Plkeland, Oremer and Lady Atkln alto ran.
DE HAVEN CAPTURES
FIRST WOODBINE RACE
Armine Is Second and Sweet
Colleen Third in 6-Furlong
WOODBINE, Can., Sept. 21 De Haven
won the first race here this afternoon
over a six-furlone route In 1:16. Armlno
was second and Sweet Colleen third.
rir.t race, 1000 added, 2-year-old. foaled
In Canada, 0 furlone-aDo Haen. 10J,
JTmlth. 4.iv, W.20, 12.80 won; Armine 110.
nice ?2.S0 S2.UU. second; (a)Sweet Lolleen,
111). 'Oold.tc'ln, 2.0, third Time, 1S1U. Kama.
Miss ray, Dorothy Carlln, Hecta'a Flame and
Old Pop also ran. (a) Seagram entry.
Second race, G00 added, selling, 2-year-olds,
I) furlongs Oypsy Ulalr, 10.1. Callahan. U,
f 14 00. S0..1O second; Ulue Cap, 101, Claver,
in HU S15.7b, aecond; Immune, 100, Kel.ey,
1.14.70, third. Time, 1:14 1-0. Col. Gutellus,
IVelga, Llttlo Bigger, Shrapnel, Lynn, Audrey
Austin. Copper King, 8emper Stnlwart and
Gentlewoman also ran.
Third race, 1000 added, selling, 3-year-old
and up, 1 lurlongs Mdy London. 107, Donald
r.n 15. Ji.10. $1.00, won: Commensla, 107,
Anderson. , t1 SO. second; Scrutineer. 112.
Alt7 4 third! Time. 1:11 2-8. Zln Del. Mis.
Gaylt. Uncle Jlmmle, Itebecca Mo.e. also
Fourth race, 1000 added, selling, S-year-oM.
and up. 1 1-10 mile. Hulda'. Urother, 108,
Schuttlnger, t21..10. Ill and 110. won: First
star. 112, Warrington, (21.20 and 10.00, .econd;
Dick's Pet. 107, Mory, 2.W. third. Time,
1:40 1-3. Stake and Cap, Sarolta, Subject and
Louise Travera also ran.
Fifth race, iuu auaeu, oieepieciia
cap, 3-year-olds and up, about 2 mil
Afrlcanf 134. Scully. I1S.00. S3.70 v M.N
March Court. 130. Wolkee. 0.20, $4.10.
Fifth race, 1700 added, steeplechase handl-
BWUl 4, HIIIW- MJ
fArnArt. in? n'Oonnnr. S4.00. third. Time.
4:10 4-5. 'cynosla, Cubon and Joe Gaiety also
HAVRE DE GRACE RACE
CARD FOR TOMORROW
Flrat race, for 3-year-old. and up, handicap,
5H furlongs-Joe lilalr. 100:tBrae Cunarder.
5: Hanson. 10.1: Etruican, 112: The Mas
querader, 03; Carbide. IB: Sir John John.on.
Second race, for 3-year-oM. and up. .teeple
cha.e handicap, about 2 miles Ilacebrook,
142 Ben Dale. 133; Amans, 133: Shannon
Itl'er 130: Syosset, 148; Arcturus, 132; Golden
Vali.'lSO-.'Tip Hat. 142: Gray Leg. 144
Third race, for 3-year-old and up. selling,
irllle and 70 yards llepubllcnn, 101; Ambrose,
ill: Shyness. Ill: All Smile., 103; 'Dryad,
10.I" KniMe, 00; Nephthys, 1U3; Colonel Ash
meade, 103; 'Volant, 01: tStalwart Helen, lulj
Squeeler, lOOj Stonehcngo. 103: 'Balfron, 10.1;
Gloaming. 103: Alhcna, 102; Jesse, Jr., 103;
Chesterton, 102. ,...,.,. ,..
Fourth race, for 3-year-old. and up, the Old
Bay handicap, mile and 70 yarda Slumber 71.
11.1: Th.i Finn. 112; Stromboll. 110; Flltter
gnld, 104: Robert Uradley, DO; Tartar, 08; Hol
Firth race, 2-year-olds, maiden fllllea and
celdlngs, .1 furlongs Mald of Dundee, 10.1:
niack Coffee. 107; Rose Juliette, 107; Friar
Nought, 107, Belle of the Kitchen. 101: Life,
104; 8andel, 104: Jerry, Jr., 104: Bmllax. 110;
Ocean Wae, 101; Whlto Kye, Ho: 'Cannon,
102; Vdago. 102; Bobolink, 104; Elsie Hon
eroa, 107 Tatlana, 101.
Sixth race, for 3-year-olda and up, selling,
mile and sixteenth 'Petelus, 10J; Canto
111; Doctor Duenner, 112; Stonehenge, 112;
Colonel Ashmeade, 103; 'Afterglow, 100;
Towton Field, 100; Todellng, 108: Mary War
ren, 103, Camellia, 107; Henry Hutchln.coo,
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather, clear; track, fast.
LOUISVILLE RACE CARD
FOR MEETING TOMORROW
First race, selling, for 2-year-olds, maiden
fillies. SH furlong. 'Jenny Small, 00; 'Josle,
00; Innovation, 03; Argument. 03; Flossie
Walker, 08; Staranl.e. 101; Bayonarra, 101;
Dolln, 101; Bernini, 103: 6lle McOee, 104;
Anna Lou, 107; Lachl.. 107.
Second race. 3-year-old and up, selllnc, 6
furlongs 'White Crown, 04: 'Maeba, 0.1;
Amaton, 117: Hilly Joe. 08; Mis. Fielder. DO;
Marlon Ooosby. 101; 'U See It, 103; Korf
liage, 100; The Norman, 110: Othello, 111;
Itawthorn, 112: Undaunted, 112.
Third rare, handicap, :i-yaar-olda and up.
Hi miles Iindenthal, 08; Hank O'Day, 08;
Beach Comber, 100; Rlngllng, 105; Bolsr Star,
108; John Gund. 112.
Fourth race, Beechmont Stakes, selllnr. 2-year-old.,
SIBOO added, BU furlongs ' Im
pressive, 03; 'Little Slater, 00: lilg Fsllow,
103; Pocklchoo, 103; Check., 100; Rochester,
l,oi! Hurrakcr, 114.
Fifth race, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles
Malabar, 03: Sprudel. 03; Llttla String, 00;
Jes.lo lAUlte, 101; McAdoo, 104: Transport,
103: Hard Pall, 106: llanansa, 107; Wllhlte,
10!) : lleulih ti., 110,
sixth race, handloan. 6 furlongs-Converse.
107; Ilrlnghurst. 103 1 The Grader, 10.1: Roaeoe,
George. 103; conning Tower, 100; to tjrump.
108i Manager Walte, 110; Black Toney, 118;
Iron Maak, 123,
Seventh race, selling, 4-year-olds and up,
1 3-16 milts 'Helen if.. 104; 'Ju.tlc Ooabel,
100: Consoler, lOOi Goldy, 109; Guide Pott, 111;
Mtckery( IHj Amport, 112; World's Worker,
Apprentice allowance claimed,
WOODBINE RACE ENTRIES
FOR MEETING TOMORROW
First race, 1600 added. Middle Plat., selling,
8-year-olds and up. 6 furlong.-8em.illa, 113)
Gold Cap. HU 'Minstrel, Oil K.therlne Q
d Cap. 1111 'Mln.tr.i, nil K.tnenne u
Ella Jennings. 103; Froisaart, 106; 'Manilla.
106; Kaydero.eroa, 100; Mccilntock, lo;
Brandy win., 100; Jim., lilt .Perpetual. 111
Knights Differ, 114. Alao ililble-KopJ., OT;
t l..t At 1 mAv TnnAnn lilt Simtmr MVIt
Itay o' Light. 112.
Becond race, 1700 added. Forth Countree
Handicap, all ages, 0 furlonn-A, N. Alkln,
103 Southern Mali. 101, w'at.r Lady, 111,
Between Us. 07; K.wasaa, lid.
Third race. S1300, added. Qrey Stakes, 2-year.
old. rnlU-Prohlblllon. 114 1 Candle. 108: lollte,
108: Sands of Pleasure. 101; Audrey. Austin,
103; Hot. Water, 106, Early Night. 103; lie
serve. 100; Milestone, 106.
Fourth race, '1000 added, Hendrla Steeple
chase, handicap. 4-year-olds and up about J
rollee- March Court, 130; Jo. Gaiety, 132,
(a) ISxton. 139 (a) Stucco, 146; New Haven,
1371 Bryndown, 140, (a) Garth entry.
Fifth race. $J)0 sdded, Oaurlo Jockey Club
Handl-ap. 3-year-olds and up, 2U mil..
Ughtwlng. 02) Haneher, 111: Aarnegat. 108;
Martian. M Fair Montague, tog) Tactics, 107;
(a) Plate Glata. 06; (a) Fountain Fay, 103.
la) ThorncllR. stable entry.
Sixth race, I1M0 added, JJomlnlon Handicap.
foaled In canaoa. a.year-oiaa ana up, i i.ia
ill. tleart. oc uaa, tim, c&m.r, wi tai ir air
entague. 112; (a) Oarlah Sun. 08; Splutur.
Si Prince PhlH.thne, 106) (b) Buttling. U;
!7'c. f ,A IMi l.dv Curxon lUi WsmnfAn
103 is) Millar entry. (t) Seagram
.rutl. .-a ftUAO added? Avar Plata. aAlltnir
ear-old. and ut, mUi ai yvi-'ci
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rwfta IjWgTVr1 PiEffSS2 m&!fiy
MRS. VANDERBECK WINS
FROHiMRS. BARLOW IN
National Champion Gets Re
venge Over Old Rival in
Semifinals in Thrilling
Play at Noble
TAKES GAME BY 1 UP
NOBLH Pa., Sept. 24. In ono of tho
most exciting matches ever witnessed be
tween women on a local course. Mm
CUrenco H. Vendcrbeck, Philadelphia
Cricket Club, defeated Mrs. Honald II.
Basjlow, Merlon Cricket Club, In tho soml
flnal round of the Dethcllyn Cup, at the
Huntingdon Vnllcy Country Club, 1 up.
From the first hole to tho last, tho con
test was most thrilling, and desplto the
fact that Mrs. Vandcrbeck always held
the lead, Mrs. Barlow kept right after
her and very nearly pulled the match
out of the fire
By winning, Mrs. Vandcrbeck obtained
revenge for the defeats that sho has suf
fered at the hands of her opponent In
Mrs. Barlow overdrove tho green on
the fifth to the rough, and Mrs. Vnn
derbeck was on with her drive, but
missed a 3-foot putt for a win In three,
Mrs. Barlow drove Into tho bunker on
the sixth und pulled across the course
with her second, and she was on the
green Inthreo to two and lost tho hole
four to Ave.
On tho seventh Mrs. Vnnderbeck ran
down a long putt for a live, but on the
eighth Mrs Barlow went her ono bet
ter. Both were on the green In four,
but Mrs. Barlow was 40 feet from the
pin. To tho surprise of the gallery, she
holed out and won tho hole when Mrs.
Vandcrbeck took two putts. The ninth
hole was halved tn fives, and Mrs. Vnn
derbeck was two up at the turn.
In the second semifinal match Mrs.
Caleb F. Fox easily defeated Miss
Eleanor T. Chandler E up and 4 to play.
Miss Chandler's putting was exceedingly
weak, and this accounted largely for her
severo defeat. Tho cards:
Out 43664456 6-43
In 4E463476 E-43-S6
Out 44674EEE 5-45
In 545B3E64 5-42-87
Mrs. Clarence II. Vanderheck, Philadelphia
Cricket Club, defeated Mr.. Honald II. Barlow,
Merlon Cricket-Club, 1 up.
Mra. Caleb F. Fox, Huntingdon Valley
Country Club, defeated Misa Eleanor T.
Chandler, Huntingdon Valley Country Club, S
tp and 4 to play.
SECOND SIXTEEN. , i
Semifinal Round. :
Mis. K. a. Hood, Philadelphia Cricket Club,
defeated Mrs. J. S. Ely, Old York Hoad Golf
Club, S up and fl to play.
Mr.. Ilaymond Blotter. Phllmont Country
Club, defeated Mr.. F, II. Elder, Overbrook
Oolf Club, S up,
Mlaa H. Irsalere, Old York Road Golf Club,
defeated Mr. W. M, Weaver, Huntingdon
Valley Country Club, 4 up and 2 to play.
DEFEATED ElOHTS. FIRST 8IXTEEN.
.Mrs. Milton Hrrold, Phllmoit Country Club,
defeated Ml.. Marlon Nayltr, Philadelphia
Cricket Club. 1 up.
Mra. W. J. Trek, St. Davld'a Country Club,
defeated Mrs. Francis Uradley, Huntingdon
Valley Country Club, 7 up and 3 to play,
Miss Myrtl. McKea, Old York Road Golf
Club, deflated Mra. J. E. Tatter.fleld, Whtte
mar.il Country Club, 2 up and 1 to play.
Mra W. S. Hllles, Wilmington Country Club,
defeated Miss Maud Hoffman Whltemarth
Country Club, 7 up and B to play.
New York Police to Play Firemen
The 11th annual championship baseball
games between the Are and police de
partments for the Chief trophy will bo
played at tha Polo Grounds, New York,
next Sunday and Sunday, October 10.
Should a third game be necessary, it will
be played on October 17.
APPEAR IN NATIONAL WIND-UP TONIGHT
Bptk JUddy and Twdler art) in fln form for tkelr clash in the final
of toe llv strt club's first show of the saason. The victor probably
Will be matched with
HAPPEN IN THE BEST REGULATED OF
OVER ALL-STAR NINE
P. R. T. Champions Defeat Op
ponents From Own
League, 7 to 1
The Allegheny nine, champions of the
Philadelphia Itnpld Transit Baseball
League, won their game from tho All
Stars of that organization this morning
on Stcnton diamond. The final scoro was
7 to 1.
Tho All-Stars made every sort of ef
fort to win the Contest from the hardy
champions and used up many pitchers In
that endeavor. Johnson, for tho victors
pitched n great game.
D. Yerkes, lb 1 1 8 0 O Wilkinson, rf o 0 0 S 0
n.John.on, p 1 1 0 4 0 Wright, s... 0 2 1 :i 0
Ca.aldy, s... 1 O :l ! 1 Dai It. 2d... 0 12 0 0
Honell, .lb.. 0 10 0 1 Slmone. 2d. . o 0 .1 1 0
A. Yerkes, c. 0 ll. 2 u Thomas, c. 0 10 0 0
Carter, cf . . 2 0 O 0 n Donohue, cf . 0 0 0 0 1
liana, 2d ... 1 1 O 1 0 llusaell, cf. 10 2 0 1
Itlce, rf 12 10 0 Seachrtst, l.tO 1 0 1
Howe, It.... 0 2 0 0 0 Reich, lr.... 0 0 0 0 0
Burn.. If 0 0 0 0 0
Totals .... 7 0 27 0 2 Pfelftcr, 3b. . 00400
McGrath. p. . 0 0 0 2 o
Drown, p.... O O 0 2 2
La llota, p. . 0 0 0 0 0
Martin, p... O 0 0 1 0
Total. ...IB '2011 5
Johnton bunted third strike.
Three-base hit Howell. Two-base hit D.
Yerkcu. stolen base. D. Johnson, 2; Cassldy,
2; A. Yerkes. 1, Carter. 2; Ilaus, 1; Rise, 1;
Rowe, 1; SeachrUt. 1. Struck out Dy John
son, 10; by McGrath, 2; by La Hota, 3; Mar
tin, 1. Hates on balls Oft Uronn, 3. Double
plays Slmone to Pfelffer, Dal In, unassisted;
lints to Ctvtldi to 11 )crkea Passed balls
Thomas, 4. Wild pitch John.on, Hit. Off
Mc-Grath, 0, olt Drown, 3.
Mr. Johnson presented Allegheny with the
Post Season Serle. Cup.
FAVORITES WIN IN STRAIGHT
HEATS IN GRAND CIRCUIT MEET
COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 24. Pronounced
favoiltes not only won the four races
on yesterday's grand circuit program,
but they did so without the loss of a
heat. Not a driving finish was seen.
The time average was tho best of the
week, and Etawah found tho track good
enough for the lowering of his records,
the doers' horse finishing the mile In 2:01
flat after having gone tho flrat half In
less than a mlpute. A breeze hindered
him and all the other horses through
the last quarter.
Queen Abbess, winner of tho 2:10 pace,
showed her quality when sho stepped the
final heat in 2:04V&. Napoleon Direct made
the fastest time of the week when he did
the second heat of the free-for-all pact
in 2:02'4, a second slower than his record
made Inst week at Syracuse,
Lizzie Brown almost equaled her recora
In each of the first two heats of thi
Capital City trot. At Syracuso she won
In 2-MVi. Yesterday she did 2:06K twice,
never being hard pressed by Lucile Spier,
BUCKNELL ELEVEN PLAYS
SUSQUEHANNA ON SATURDAY
Football Team Has Hard Practice
Preparatory to Contest
LGWISBUnO, Sept. 24. Tho Bucknell
football team has been put through stiff
practice along all lines by Coach Johnson,
preparatory to tho game with Susque
hanna here on Saturday.
It is understood that Susquehanna has
a heavy team this year and Is coming
prepared to blot out tho defeat of 43-0
Signal practice, goal kicking, punting,
forward passes and other tactics have
had a thorough test and the students are
looking forward to some fast work for
the second game of this season's sched
ule. Baby Weighs One Pound
JOHNSTOWN, Pa.. Sept. 24,-SIr, and
Mrs. Sheridan Oldham, of this city, have
become the parents of a one-pound baby
boy. The child Is perfectly developed
and tha attending physician says it Is
enjoying perfect health.
CiwunpfW Kid WlUUtmi.'
MISS A. CUNNINGHAM
WINS WOMEN'S TITLE
ON MANHEIM COURTS
Boston Racqueter, With Mrs.
F. M. Felton, Also Lands
pionship SCORES, 13-11 AND 7-5
MANHEIM, Pa.. Sept. 21. Miss Alice
Cunningham, wearlnj the colors of the
Longwood Cricket Club, Boston, won two
matches, semifinal and flnnl, In the sin
gles section of the women's Philadelphia
and district lawn tennis championship, at
the Oermantown Cricket Club, Mnnhelm,
today, and earned the privilege of con
testing tha challenge round tomorrow
against tho tltlcholder. Miss Marlon Cres-
J well, Philadelphia Cricket Club.
The Boston girl's semifinal victory was
over Miss E. O. Osthclmer, Huntingdon
Valley, at 6-1. 6-4. In the final round Mrs.p
Forrest Kerbaugh, Bclfleld Country Club,'
who Is barely a head taller than tho
height of the not, took tho first set that
Miss Cunningham has lost since the start
of the tournament. The scores were 6-1,
The final round was originally sched
uled to start at 2 p. m., but was begun
an hcur earlier. In order to give Miss
Cunningham a chance to rest up before
the start of tho doubles and mixed
doubles, since she Is In the semifinal of
both of these events. Hence, the gallery
was imall, but what It lacked tn num
bers It made up In enthusiasm.
At the outset It looked like a walk
over for tho Bostonlon. She began tho
service and won. broke through Mrs.
Kerbaugh for the second game and re
peated the performance until she led at
4 love. She eased up In the. fifth game,
but took the sixth and seventh for the
set at 6-1. Miss Cunningham had a grand
total of 26 points, of which 10 were
earned, eight from placement and two
service aces. All but two of Mrs. Ker
baugh's 15 points were from her op
ponent's nets and outs.
The tiny Belfleld player staged n
brilliant rally In the second set, and from
her base line kept Miss Cunningham
chasing from one sldo of the court to the
other. Her well-planned offensive tactics
forced Miss Cunningham to pllo up a
total of 29 nets and outs. Mrs. Kerbaugh
had 24 nets and outs and each had six
placement aces, while Miss Cunningham
served one double fault, making the point
total 38 to 30 and the games 6 and 3.
Tho soven-mlnuto rest between tho
second and final sets really decided the
Issue, for Miss Cunningham came back
greatly refreshed, while her opponent, re
laxlng, was unable to keep up her well
sustained effort. With the conditions of
the second exactly reversed. Miss Cun
ningham ran six straight games, for a
total of 28 points, against 7 points for
The semifinal In ladles' doubles was be
tween Mlas Cunningham and Mrs. F. M
Felton and Miss Emily Kennedy and Miss
Edith Heath. In the other half of the
draw Mrs. W, P. Newhall and Miss E.
O. Osthelmer reached the final yester
day. In mixed doubles the matches were
Miss Agnes and Kenneth Kennedy vs.
Miss Sarah Myers and J. 8, DIsaton, Jr.,
and Mils Edith Itunk and Brooke Ed
wards vs. Miss Cunningham and Allan
In a fiercely fought match Miss Cun
ningham and Mrs. Felton gained tho
Anal bracket In the ladles' doubles by de
feating Misa Elsie Heath and Miss Emily
Kennedy in two sets at 13-11, 7-5.
Ml.. Alice Cunnlnfhata, Lonrwood. Boston.
defeated. Mis. E. a, Osthelmer, Huntingdon
Valley, 8-1, 0-4.
. Misa Ounnlntham defeated Mrs. Forrest Ker
baush, UeWeld, 6-1, 8-6, 0-0.
Mrs. C. L. TValnwrlsht, Philadelphia Cricket
Club, defeated Mia. O, T. Chase, Merlon, 0-8,
Miss Alice Cunningham and Mrs, F. M.
Felton, Longwood, Boston, defeated Miss
Alice Iteath and Miss Emily Kennedy,
Merlon 13-11, 7-5.
Oriental Nine Plays Final Game of
The Chinese team wilt make, Ita last
appearance in this country tomorrow aft
ernoon In a game with Vlctrlx. at Vic
trlx Park. SSth street and Haverford
avenue. Vlctrlx has lost one and won one
gam from the Chinese. '
Eail Twining, who recently defeated
the Athletics, will twirl for Vlctrlx.
V. OF PA. v.. MKNT VIKOICTA
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DICK WILLIAMS RUNS
WELL AT LOUISVILLE
Speedy Sprinter Outlasts Al
Pierce and Asparagus
Sam in Drive
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 21. Dick
Williams got out In tho front and was
never headed In the Inaugural dash here
this afternoon. Al Pierce made a lively
bid for the honor but couldn't reach.
Asparagus Sam was third. Tho time
Flr.t race. Belling, maiden colts and sreldlng..
6 rurlonxa Dick l llllain., 10(1, Kederls, H 20,
j.N) and J.M. won; Al Pierce. HO, 1-apallle.
J. iO and $1.40 accond; Asparuitua Sam, 10U,
Tailor, $3.1.). third. Tlmo 1:14. Vachel Worth,
Crar'a Hoy, Colonel McNab, Llndly, Thafa
Me, Cossack, McAdama and The Cnrmet also
Second race, eelllnff, handicap, 3-year-olda
nun up, i i-iu miles atner iiuey, iuu. Aiott,
fl. 12.20 and out. won; Disillusion, 03,
Laoalllc, $2.7u and out, second, Transit, 1UT,
Metcalfe, out, third. Time, 1:43 L'-S. Only
Third race, selling, 3-year-olds and up, mile
U Seo It, HO, Meehan. $EI.S0. $1100, $7.-J),
won: Doctor Carmen, 10", Mott, $10.40, $3.10,
second; Kurlong, 113, Kcoith. $J..O. third.
Time, 1 :12 3-3. Chartler, Mack Thorn, Dignity,
Tory Maid and Colle alao ran.
F. P. KEENE TO BE THERE
Son of Noted Financier to Have Fine
Stable at Laurel Meet
BALTIMORE, MdSept. 24. Among the
newcomers In racing In this State this
fall will be Foxhall P. Keene, son of tho
late noted New York financier, James II.
Keene, who In the heydey of tho sport
headed tho list of winning thoroughbred
owners In this country for years, sending
to tho post such notables as Sysonby,
Colin and Celt.
Young Mr. Keene will send to Lau-el
Park next month a half dozen two-year-olds
to start In the different stakes to be
run during the annual meeting of the
Maryland State Pair. These youngsters
are trained by James Rowe.
Motorboata to Parade
An Illuminated parade of motorboats
from any recognized yacht or motorboat
club will be the feature of the "gala day"
announced by the ofllcers of tho New
York Motorbokt Club for tomorrow. The
fun begins nt 2:20 o'clock with swimming,
tub, canoo and motorboat races, for which
there are prizes In each class. The feature
of the motorboat contests will be the
"bang and go back" race, which always
furnishes the liveliest kind of sport.
"Tiny'HWaxwell and "Vince" Stevenson
Bury the Hatchet!
The Tuo Bit Clutft Now Smoke the EVENING LEDGER fwee ie
In the days when Stevenson waa the meat famous
quarterback Pennsylvania ever had, MaxwaU ww xmi f
Swarthmore. The two teams met in their anttMlgasM M
Franklin Field, and In the course of the tussle Max and
Stevenson clashed (or real blood. It did net and tku. Ttu.
men were embittered against each other, and rarely Mi tbty
meet without renewing Ae quarrel in some form.
But they have been brought together m c-wrwta
the Evening Ledger's Sports Page. Thsy hat Wiaei th
hatchet and peace prevails. The energy they swed to wit
into their iamus slays is now centred In tbe Sports PaK
of the Evening Ledger. Watch for the Mamsl sod Ssawen
non football articles. They will carry a mr-iaji te every
football fan. r
BANTAM SHOW OPENS
SEASON AT NATIONAL;
TWO OTHER PROGRAMS
Tcndler and Rcddy in Feature
Fray of Club's Initial
Chow Quaker City
and Ludlow Bouts
LOUGHREY IN NEW YORK
Tonight Jack McQulgan will usher In
the 1915-16 boxing campaign of the old
National A. C. with an all-star bantam
program. Battling neddy, who gave
Champion Kid Williams several, hard
tussles, and Lew Tendler, who wants to
give the Baltimore Bear-cat the battle
of his life, will answer the gong In the
A bout which probably will result In
a hum-dlngcr Is billed between Eddie
O'Keefe and Al Shubert. Young Solaberg
will have Ills hnnds full with Benny Kauf
man nnd Battling Lahn will find Young
Digging no slouch as a fighter.
Tho program follows:
. First bout Willie Jackson, New York. vs.
Harry Smith. 1'hlUdclphla.
Second bout Battling Lahn, New York. Ta.
Young DlKKlns, Philadelphia.
Third bout Young Solsbcrg, Brooklyn, v..
Denny Kaufman. Philadelphia.
Semllnd-un Al Pliubert. Nw Bedford, vs.
Eddie O'Keefe, Philadelphia.
Wind-up Battling Iteddy, New York, vs.
Lew Tcndler, Philadelphia.
'Two other shows are scheduled In town,
while a boxing entertainment also has
been nrranged by Jimmy Dougherty at
Tho program follows:
QUAKER CITY CLUB.
First bout Charley Dagger, Kensington, vs.
Al Itellty, North renn.
Becond hout Johnny Oallen, niilng Bun, vs.
Al Fox, 12th Ward.
Thlrd boi-t Joe Elliot, Camden, va. Barney
Duaan, North Penn.
Semlwlnd-up Tommy Sharp, Falrmount, vs.
loung O'Donncll, Falls.
Wlnd-un Johnny Nelson, Kensington, Vs.
Johnny Miller, Manayunk,
rirst bout-Jimmy Campbell, Wrat Phll.d.l
pnia, va, Tcung Orlfto, West Philadelphia.
Second hv-Froaty Anderson, West 1'htla-d-lnhls,
t, i-id Ganley, Weat Philadelphia.
.Third bout-Young Terry, West Philadelphia,
Va, Jimmy Austin, West Philadelphia.
Semlwlnd-up - Hobby Woods, Darby, vs.
Bobby Hayes. West Philadelphia.
Wind-up Terry Fltigeratd. West Philadel
phia, vs. Eddie Mart, Paschall.
Frank Loughrey has arrived In New
York. The Manayunkcr probably will be
booked up In bouts with Al. McCoy, Sol
dier Bartfteld and Young Ahearn.
A victory for Arthur Simons at the
Olympla Monday night over Ypung
O'Lcary will mean bigger game for the
elongated New Orleans bantam.
Mickey Brown, local bantam, has placed'
himself under tho management ot a New
Yorker, Bob Fennell, by name.
Neither Bobby Reynolds nor Jimmy
Murphy let up In their training. Their
10-round bout in Norrlstown noxt Tues
day night will bo their third meeting In a
Al Nash and Lew Stinger meet at the
Norrlstown A. C. tomorrow night.
Tho Kid Williams-Dutch Brandt bout in
Baltimore has been postponed from Sep
tember, 29 until October 5.
Jack Toland and K. O. Sweeney battle
at Albany In a 10-round bout Monday
A letter from Mike McNulty, JoaaW'
Drtlc's manager, reads:
Eastern authorities have not a yet had the
opiwrlunlty to see Johnny Ertle In action,
but I am certain that nhen jou seo him on
our tour East you will realize that ha is not
only W llllama' master, but a genuine, a real
champion. I know that when we com. East
Ertle will receive recognition a. th. world's
bantam champion. MIKE McNULTJT.
Howard Truesdale, Kensington middle
weight, has arrived home from Wlldwood
where he was a lifeguard this summer.
He will go under an operation for ton
sllltls. Then Howard will start training
for the present campaign.
Willie Jackson Wins
ALBANY, N. Y.. Sept. 2J.-WII1I. Jackaon.
of New York, -declsliely defeated Bed Can
Wilson, of Syracuse, In 10 round, at Fort
Plain, N. Y laat, night. Sporting writer,
there .aid it was the fastest fight ever seen
In northern New York.
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