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9200 THE DAILT HUBS, WH ITE PMfiVS, N. T., 3ATUMIA V. SEPTEMBER 14, 1927 T M \ ‘ °*e. 92 Q 0 Two Veteran Internationalists Face Each Other For Title Tilden And HuhteF Meet „ In Men ’ s Singles Finals Two Vderail* Meet For First afid Probably Last TinwfFor National Title at Forest Hills. W ILUAM^T. TILDEN and Francis T. Hunter, “ broth ­ ers\ of American lawn tennis, faced each other across the net again today —possibly for the last time in major competition. The scene was the final match of the men's national singles championships at the •West ’ ’ Side Tennis Stadium and the prize was the national championship, an honor to be won by an American for the first time in four years. Tilden and Hunter have met in the finals of many a tournament during the last three years and Hunter has yet to score a victory over the former champion. Accord ­ ingly the gallery today expected a Tilden victory. Hunter's strength u a competl-* ' tlve player depends to no ami tent upon his ability to arouse his fighting spirit. As a fighting player he has few equals In the game. Against Tilden. however. Hunter has always been at a handicap for he never has seemed to show the samp spirit against his famous friend as against others. Tilden needs no such IncenUve to pfoduce his best game and for this reason a Tllden-Hunter match holds little promise In the yay of thrills from the standpoint of the gallery. Meet For #lrst Time It la the first time they have met with so great a stake to decide. .It seems highly possible that it will be the last time. Both men. Tilden ■^specially, encountered plenty of epposlUon during their early matches — opposition that mky prove too great for either of them In an ­ other year. TUden'n matches, with Frank Shields, John Van Ryn and John Doeg were features of the tourna ­ ment In each of the three Tilden was behind during the third set To Doeg yesterday, he trailed as late as the fifth. In each match, however, he ex ­ hibited remarkable recuperative power) coming from behind Just as defeat seemed probable. Hunter has memories of two matches, one with WUbur Coen and a second with Frits Mercur. Each forced Hunter to four sets and In North Castle to Play Blue Socks at School Field The North CasUe team Is rapidly nearing the end of Its baseball season t h!s year after one of the most suc ­ cessful scries of games It has ever indulged In. Tomorrow the nlno meets the Mamaro- neck Blue Cocks in a game at Camp School oval. Kraus will pitch as he has been doing all season, for North CasUe. This pitcher is the greatest main ­ stays of the team and' has started most bf the games all season-and turned In a major each match he. like Tilden, was forced to come from behind. Both Tilden and Hunter are older men, the former In his thirty-sev ­ enth year. .Another 'Season of cam ­ paigning can add nothing to their games and there Is the great prob ­ ability that approaching age, as age is figured In sports, may handicap both in another season. Today's match marked the tenth bid of Tilden for the title In the finals of this tournament. In six of his attempts he was successful. Hunter- was playing ,hls second finals contests. He was runner-up to Cochet last fall. SOCCER CLUB WILL PLAY AT NEW ROCHELLE Local Eleven to Meet Strong First Division Team; Lo ­ cals Undefeated So - Far This Season; One Tie. The White Plains Boccer Club Journeys to New Rochelle tomor ­ row afternoon to play the first div ­ ision team from that city at City Park. Last season the Huguenot aggregratlon was In third place In the first division while White Plains was trailing Purchase, the winners of ths second group. How ever strong. New Rochelle Ic this year, White Plains has Improved i-ndously anil will by^Eddli Its ti a match for Its rivals In five games plsyed by the locals this season four of them were won and the fifth UeL This Ue game was with Stamford last Sunday when the game was sched uled ls^a hurry and Manager Carl ­ son could not ensemble his full team to play the Connecticut out ­ fit. Pcqgocks. a star back, war missing and hla absence gave Stam ­ ford a better opportunity to score than they ordinarily would have G. Clark will be In the lineup this week at Inside right and his playing will add pep to the team. The others In the lineup are. Melnk- Ing Ravioli. Peacock. Wclr. Glad- man. Miller. Peterson. MacNamara. OUgaard, Clark. Knudaon. Mack. Gustafson and Petrie. They will meet at Post Road and Lexington avenue at L o'clock and go to New Rochell by car. The regular season docs not start until the second Sunday In October and the schedule is not complete CARDINALS WIN TWO Frankhouse and Hallahan pltceh- ed two fine games for the St. Loula Cardinals and 'the Boston Braves were charged with two more de ­ feats by scores of 3 to 2 and 5 to 3. Chick Hafey atarted the Cards to success In the second game with his 25 th homer of the year. SPEAKING OF SP®RT BY FRANK GETTY __________ Youngsters. I Johnny Goodman Is the Omaha The old guard passes on and the ! » h ° Bobby Jonas, and Gib- young brigade come, roaring up the | Dunlap- I. the Unlvers ly o trail, like thunder out of Chin, i Southern Californ> boy who turfted the bay I In a tiO In ths llrst-round of Out na- ] tional amateur golf championship at | Robbie BAch. Sarah Palfrey. Boston midget who Is halli-d In man. quartets aa \Helen Wills' successor.\ and Helen Marlowe. Hollywood youngster, arc the two outstanding prospects among the younger »rt of girl ten ­ nis players. If Mis. Marlowe get* good, she'll be Helen 111 from the Some of toe new names across t sport pages are Young Zazzarli Buddy Howard, Harry Smythe. Phil Voylea. Johnny Goodman, Glboon Dunlap, Sarah Palfrey, Helen Mar ­ lowe. Berkeley Bell and Gregory Zaxxarlno. 130-pound New Jersey sensation, broke Into the blg-tlme [ •*-- other night by knocking • (Cannonball) Martin In the ■ id Mangln have shown rovement this season than if the younger men tennis ... . . . .. , • «». oell won thd Intercollegiate st£. ,, x\s tsxzi automobile when ilghth __ __ n eight y^ars li tin had been K.O.'d. Zozzarlno Is football \• v b ° W pl * ylnB and bounds. They're both all and had to have a Urge | llmhrr byle Davl ■ hla l - U. boxer. Is heavyweight the operat Howard, 'ormer A. . the best looking youni around. He has he professional tights, wl knockouts. He should go tar. Sinythe, 24-year-old southpaw, has made good with the Phllllrs In a month's time. Smythe was with Asheville (Sally League) when the Phillies bought him. Phil Voyles Is the blgjooklr who broke In with the Boston-fersvcs the other day. He scored three runs and drove In two others In his major Isague game against the Giants. \His name Is Boyles and he comes from Worcester.\ Judge Fuchs told a questioner \His name Is Voylea and he never saw Worcester.\ Johnny Evers re ­ plied. pretty much of a mystery until the game woa over, just wbp the Braves' new outfielder really The Braves picked him up for nothing. $ 6.05 6.90 &30 8- 95 9- 35 10.25 KLS5 13.75 13.95 Higji Pressure Cords 30*3K Cl. Reg. 35.35 t Q. O.S. 5.85 6.95 31 x 4 S. S. (6 ply) 10.25 32x4S.S. (6 ply) 10.85 33 x 4 S. S. (6 ply) 11.45 - 32x4* S.S. 13.65 33x4* S.S. 13.95 33x5 S.S. 19.45 Other sizes proportionately low Getting your money ’ s worth of tire N OT one lire buyer in a thousand is capable of judging a tire from its appearance, or even from a study of a cross-section. The only way to play safe is to buy a tire that for years has maintained its reputation as a quality product. There ’ s one thing sure, you can ’ t go wrong on KELLY SPRINGFIELD BUILT T I R E S If you ate looking for real tire bar ­ gains, look at these prices on Kelly- built Buckeyes. There ’ s many a first line tire that wouldn ’ t give you the mileage you ’ ll get from a Buckeye, yet Buckeyes sell for no more than you ’ d pay for the product of some unknown manufacturer. Like all Kelly products, each one is guaranteed during its en ­ tire life- White Plains A. A. To Play Purchase For Second Time Led by Harry Burflrnd the Ir vndlng outfit scored an ill Inst Sunday allowed Ih new playera from the Collegians will mrcngt Jleapi \Ping\ Hyman and will play drat b morrow. Charlie Heel take Enoch's place n» and Frank Quinn Wll around out In right K SENIOR TITLE WON BY GREGG j AT AFAWAMIS His 156 Stand* During Last Day as Other IMayer* Shoot at the Mark; Leave* to Play ' in Canadian Tourney. Dr George T. Grcaa or PIIU-1 burgh I* the senior golf champion ' of the United Stale* yesterday, when the last half of the veteran* finished their concluding 18 -hole round over the Apnwaml.it Club II As. Dr Gregg lift Tuesday I >r Ot- : tawa with the United Statei *en- , lor team to oppose (hr Canadian . veteran* In the Annual matches for' the Duke of Devonshire trophy. 1 Samuel b. Miller -of Englewood and George F Willett of Brookline' who ot the end n'f the flr*t day 1 * 1 play threatened Dr Gregg'* 36-hole j total of 156, finished len stroke* I hlgchr by havlng.Mo yesterday. j The bra! gross of the day went to the credit of Dr A R. Gardner , of the Westchester Country Clubi with an SO. None of those who completed ' their play waa able to gain a place in the first five, for the compilation of the entries In the championship' field that started Tuesday shows ' Dr. Gregg with 156. John D. Chap ­ man of Greenwich. 160; F C New ­ ton nl Round Hill. 161. Hugh Hal-1 ne|| „f Dallas, 164; Frederick Snare nf Garden City and Frank Hoyt of Engineers, 165. Neither Willett nor Miller play Manager Of Fighters v Gives Views About Bout Smith and Buckley, Managers of Loughran and Sharkey Write Prediction* and Dope for U. P. T HE managers of Tommy I-oughran and Jack Sharkey, the two heavyweights who will fight at the Yankee Stadium on September 26 give their angles on the coming fight for the United Press. Joe Smith, manager of Lough ­ ran, predicts a knockout for his man. and Buckley, man- \ nger of Sharkey, says the Boston sailor is all-set to win. Smith sends word from Harvey's Lake, where Loughran ’ s training quarters are. and Buckley writes from Orange ­ burg, where Sharkey has set up his camp;. Smith says: •'For the firat time I am making'*' ---------- a positive prediction lhat Tommy ed Young ambling at Miami Loughran will win by a knockout' Beach. Ha. i**t February when he rarel* Jack Shagkey al 1 'Jmek ha* kept In good pbyalcal Yartk.e Stadium September 26 | e f ndl “ ® n durl°* ^iolljrom tb * ‘ .... „ _ . ring by roughing It In the mouo- Tommy will win by a K O- be- New tUapshlre-tantb*. cau*. 'In in> opinion he will be in H . ^ [or thu . wr . k ln th . ^ battle than ho ha. been for any Duf(nr hu -workout* Jack b^ut In two year*. Weighing 187. ,|ij considerable boxing which ha* welshl. Ixmghran will k , p , „„ ot dutaac * liming sharpened u 'hen Sharkey.** have ■ englh and hitting , Tommy will not lo»e l i increaaed poundage. Iiarkey — -*JJ« hgrr U il Jtagv* o*tfia trail 198. This wu only TELL DEFEATS TOMMY ABOBO Two Former Bantamweight Cham ­ pion! Fight a! Brooklyn; Curly U Stopped By Neve. Benny Tell. Naval Militia, defeat Tommy A bo bo, 106th Infantry, ln the main bouf of ten round. Ja*t night at the 106th Regiment Ar ­ mory'. Brooklyn, before a crowd of 5.0C0. Abobo. who substituted for Rodriguez, put up a good t, hut Tell wa* too clever for him. In the ninth round Abobo al- it dropped Tell with three I rights to the chin. Tell weighed ! i HO pound*, one pound more than j hi* opponenL | In the acmi-finai of. 10 round* i Frankie* Neve, of the h*>me outfit. I 128 S pounds, outpunched Joe Cur- j ry. of the Naval Militia. 127*4, and ! atopped hla aenaatlonal winning I atreak by capturing the decision j Nevp continually hit Curry with hard rights to the head, but Curry In the aecond eight-rounder Charley Raymond. 127, of the 27th Division Train, won the verdict over Jimmy Jerome. 128, of the 13th Coast Artillery. W'esty, Daw- son 126*2 of the Naval Militia. won by a knockout over Sammy Fusel, 128*4 of the 111th Infantry. Phila ­ delphia. after 32 seconds of the sec ­ ond round of a contest scheduled for eight rounds. Jackie Donohue. 129. of the home outfit, defeated Dan Matteto. 12S. of the 14th In ­ fantry. In a four-round opener. ^ PRACTICE AT OEDNEY All competitor* for the West ­ chester open golf championship may have access to the Gedney Form course next Monday and Frt- -day In order to get the feel of the course and to practice for the event scheduled there for a week * Tuesday. HIGH TIDE SCHEDULE 14 Saturday - 5 Sunday __ 16 Monday _ IS WednaatUy . 19 Thursday — 20 Friday _____ 31 Satu P.M 8:17 8:54 8:28 10 Jll 10:38 11:12 RUSSELL 8 LAMOREAUX, l™- KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND TUBES TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS 22 Sunday ----------------- 0:33 23 Monday — - --------- 1:16 34 Tuesday _________ 2:04 25 Wednesday --------- 26 Thrjeadgy ------------ UST 27 Rriday ---------------- '5:15 VL W. P. 870 iHHiid 111* tee shot on llie fairway An S ! there ruined all chances of his clos-1 the gap between himself and Gregg ! Princ.pa 1 winners were announc-1 nl fur the last two days of piny In ' Class A Major Gen. J. E Smith j meat. N Wilbur Ji^fan of Brook | line, 63 year* old. who added a 106] to hi* 102 of the f.rsl round. W. A Tucker of Ardnley. 75. took the low I net with 231. 64 147 In Cl as* B. J A. Yyng of the, National with 183. received the j grosa award and Irving R Prentl** ; unattached, the net with 184. SO- i 154 S. R- Smith of Garden City: had the br*t gros*. 1H0, In Cla*. C, j and Nathaniel- I > Chr.pln Klrtland, the low net. 188. 38 — 150. • | The honor* In Class D went to | Dr A. H. Hart. Memphis, with 175 > an gross score, and B M. Bellow*,.] Scaradale. capture^ the net with j 18f, 35-146 In Class E In which Townaend, Willett and Miller each had 166 | grose. Willett received the prize be- j cause he wn» the law handicap! man. Townsend won ths net award with 166. 22-144. POST ENTRIES ACCEPTABLE Entries (or Fairiitld Show Closed But Extended Entries Will, Be i Received. Although the formal da'r for the j c'.onlng of'entries for th* Fairfield i County Hunt Club's Show. In Heat- port. Conn., on September 23 clos- • ed yesterday, extended entries will ; be received during this week at j the offices of the Fo'.ry Show Or ­ ganization. at 110 BouUi 19th 8L. | rhlladelphla. This clu.. ha* •'bo- ] come noted for the fashionable ] and sporting nature of Its shows , and Uils one. set for the Sunday- following the show at Englewood.; N. J.. Saturday, promises to be no j exception. It has been decided to devote I ________ Distemper Fund. is aiding the further rer “ T.cs on distemper being cori'.tstcd In Eng ­ land. Large prize r.icn:y Is being offere^ in all breeds and an ex ­ cellent list of Judges has been ob ­ tained. The bench show com ­ mittee. composed of an ardent group of dog fanciers* la working on the final details to make the show In every sense a fine sport ­ ing event. mrs T lapham WINS TOURNEY Defeats Miss Jane BroadwtD, Final ­ ist for Last Four Years, at West ­ chester Country Club. Mrs. John Laphain won the wo- ___ r ______ Ih* final i extend hlRUelf P* weighed 198. to the limit because h* will not l« ur ' d ‘ • bnv »' < h ' have to \boll out\ in a Turkish bath tor Strlbllng the morning of the match a* he h \ »'»»>'■ bwn * «retul had ta do the seven lime* he de- H ' •**** ^ t ‘ m * fended the light heavyweight title wh « n not training at his horns -with hi* wU# and three'chlldren. Tommy Ends Strong \He-ha* always made a prmctlc* \Every heavyweight Loughran of eating only twice a day. a light has fought In the last two years breakfast and dinner He usually has been all In at the end of ten retire* between 10 and 11 o ’ clock, rounds, whll* Tommy ha* been ’ H- doe* hot care for th* night Ilf* strong. If Sharkey lasts-past the of the big cities. 'ThU method of tenth, Tommy will finish him beforr living keeps him physically fit. the fifteenth. ~~ >The complete heavyweight card \Loughran now weighs 190. with supporting the Sharkey-Loughrmn seven day* of training behind him match at Yankee Stadium S-ptem- He will taka off three pounds be- her 26. as announced by Madison fore the fight. He will eat every'- Square Corporation, follows: thing he want* to and will do Jack Sharkey'. Boston, r* Tons- . plenty of rough work that will help by ■ Loughran. Philadelphia, fifteen - harden him In addition to his dally ra-juds, .» boxing seaalon* and road work.\ Jim Maloney. Cc i. «* Armand Buckley Gives HI* View* E-ioTJel. Sa.-v Frzr.clrco. ten “ Jack Sharkey has started etren- lounds. I - • uous training for hi* flfteeen-round Tam Hee.ncy. New Zealand, v*. - bout with Tommy Loughran at George Hoffman. New York, ten Yankee Stadium eleven days from rounda. today. Jack Gagnon. New Bedford. \It will not be difficult for Shar- Mas*, va. Lou Barba. New Y_ork. key to round Into perfect-fighting six rounds . trim, as h* has been planning on a Bill Daring. U. S Navy. vs. Bob ' September match since ' be defeat- CardlU. England, six rounds. welL 5 and 3. ' Mrs Lapbam was out In 39 and 2 up Over her oppon ­ ent. who has been a finalist In this tournament for tb* last four years. Mr*. Lapham and her son. David, won tb* mixed foursome play with an 86 gross. The summaries: Championship Division — Mrs. DOBBS HATS FOR MEN To add the finishing touch to that hew outfit — a new Dobbs felt hat. The cplors and shapes for the coming year have just arrived. 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