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July 16 – New York City; Martha Hogstedt won the 5-mile championship of the National Women's Life Saving League between Point Breeze, Rockaway Inlet, and Brighton Beach in ih, 32m. 32 2-5s.; Elsie Sultan, second, lh. 33m. 46 3-58.; Edna Cole, third, lh. 37m. 24 1-58.

July 19- New York City: Battery to Sandy Hook, about 20 miles-Won by George R. Meehan, Boston, 7h. 18m.: Samuel Richards, Boston, second, 8h. 19m. Walter Dunn, Boston, third, 8n. 19m. 20s.; Charles Durborow, Philadelphia, fourth, sh. 46m. (36 competed, 4 o nished). New York City; Henry Ellonsky swam from the Battery to Norton's Point, about 15 miles, in 6h., with hands and feet manacled.

July 26--New York City: Capt. Alfred R. Brown, American Life Saving Society, swam from the Battery to the foot of Twenty-fifth Street, Coney Island, in 4h. 23m. 308.

July 27-New York City; Henry Ellonsky swam from the Battery to Fort Wadsworth, about 8 miles, carrying a man weighing 180 pounds.

August 23-New York City, race for women from the Battery to Coney Island (Steeplechase Park Pier) -Won by Elaine Golding, Bath Beach, in 4h. 31 m. 458.: Louise Debus, Philadelphia, second, 4h. 37m. 308.; Nora Leahy, New York, did not finish; Rose Pitonol, Boston, did not finish.

August 24--Cincinnati, Ohio; 8-mile race in Ohio River - Won by M. McDermott, Illinois A. C., Chicago, in 3h. 10m. 258.

September 5- Philadelphia, Pa.; 5-mile race for Pawling Trophy in the Schuylkill River - Won by Thomas Horrocks, Carnegie A. C., Pittsburgh, Pa., in 2h. lm. 458.; J. R. Kalser, Reading. Pa., second, 2h. 11m.: Oscar Sehleil, Philadelphia, third, 2h. Ilm. 10s.

September 6- Boston, Mass.; race from Charlestown Bridge to Boston Light: 17 competedFirst prize awarded to Jack Hurwitz, Boston: second to Walter Dunn; third to Henry Miron, and fourth to Charles Durborow. No one finished owing to weather conditions.

September 20- New York City, Battery to Sandy Hook, about 20 miles-Miss Nell Kenny, Sydney, N. S. W., a professional, made the swim in 9h. 35m.

A. A. U. RECORDS. The A. A. U. recognizes American records over the following distances, it made in still water or tidal waters at high tide where the swimmer has not been aided by the tide, over a course not less than 60 feet and not more than 220 yards in length; 50, 100, 120, 150, 200, 220, 300, 440 and 500 yards, for swimming on the back: 100 yards and 150 yards, for swimming the breaststroke: 100 and 200 yards, for relay racing club teams of four or five men, each to swim 50 and 100 yards, and over the following distances is made over a course not less than 220 feet and not more than 220 yards in length: 880 yards, 1,000 yards, and one mile. For piunging, one minute time limit. 50 yards, bath, 1 turn, 23 2-5s., Duke P. Kahanamoku, San Francisco, Cal., August 6, 1913; open tidal salt water, straightaway, 23 3-58., B. R. Small, Honolulu Bay, Honolulu, H. T., February 21, 1914; 100 yards, bath, 1 turn, 54 3-55., Duke P. Kahana moku, San Francisco, Cal.. July 5, 1913 (length of course, 75 yards, salt water): open tidal salt water, straightaway, 54 3-5s., Duke P. Kahanamoku, Honolulu Bay, H. T., June il, 1914; 120 yards, bath, 5 turns. lm. 82-58., Perry McGillivray, Illinois A. C. Batb, Chicago, Ill., January 8, 1914; 120 yards, bath, 4 turns, im. 108., C. M. Daniels, New York City, December 9, 1908; 150 yards, bath, 7 turns, im. 31 1-58., H. J. Hebner, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ill., February 5, 1914: 150 yards, bath, 5 turns. lm. 32 2-58., C. M. Daniels, Yale Natatorium, New Haven, Ci., February 17, 1911; 200 yards, bath, 9 turns, 2m. 7 2-58., H. J. Hebner, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, n., January 8, 1914: 200 yards, bath, 2 turns (salt water), 2m. 13 1-58., Duke P. Kahanamoku, Sutro Bath, San Francisco, Cal., July 4, 1914; 220 yards, bath, 10 turns, 2m. 218., H. J. Hebner, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, II., January 8, 1914; 220 yards, bath, 8 turns. 2m. 25 2-58., C. M. Daniels, Pittsburgh, Pa., March 26, 1909; 220 yards, bath (75 yards, salt water), 2 turns, 2m. 26 4-59., Duke P. Kahanamoku, Sutro Bath, San Francisco, Cal., July 4, 1914; 220 yards, open still water, 110 yards, 1 turn, 2m. 33 2-53., Perry McGilivray. Broad Ripple Pool Indianapoiis, Ind, July 31, 1914; 300 yards. bath, 14 turns, 3m. 29 1-58., Perry McGhivray, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ii., February 5, 1914; 300 yards, bath, 11 turns, 3m. 35 4-59., C. M. Daniels, New York, March 4, 1910: 440 yards, bath (75 yards, salt water), 5 turns, 5m. 22 1-59., Lucy Langer, Sutro Bath, San Francisco, Cal., July 5, 1914; 440 yards, open tidal salt water, 3 turns, 5m. 37 4-5s., Duke P. Kahanamoku, Honorulu, H. T., June 11, 1913 (swimmer was not aided by tide): 500 yards, bath, 24 turns, 6m. 15 3-5s., Perry McGillivray, Chicago, II., February 6, 1913; $80 yards, bath (75 yards, salt water), 11 turns, ilm. 46 2-58.. Ludy Langer, Sutre Bath, San Francisco, Cal., July 3, 1914; 880 yards, open still water, 7 turns, 12m. IS 2-58.. C. M. Daniels, Seneca Park Lake, Rorhester, N. Y., August 28, 1909; 1,000 yards, open still salt water, 12 turns, 14m. 192-59., H. E. Vollmer, Steeplechase Park Bath, Coney Island, X. Y.. September 1, 1914; 1 mile, open still salt water, 21 turns, 25m. 18 2-58., L. J. Goodwin, Coney Island, N. Y., September 4, 19131 mile, open tidal salt water, 15 turns, 25 m. 40 2-59., J. H. Reilly, Rye, N. Y., September 16, 1911; 100 metres, bath, 4 turns, im. ? 4-58., C. M. Daniels, New York, April 15. 1910; 200 metres, bath, 7 turns, 2n. 26s., C. M. Daniels, Pittsburgh, Pa., March 28, 1911; 300 metres, bath, 13 turns, 3 m. 57 3-59., C. M. Daniels, New York, March 4. 1910; 500 metres, bath, 21 turns, 7m. +-53., J. C. Wheatley, New York A. C. Bath, New York City, April 25, 1914: 100 yards, backstroke, bath, 3 turns, lm. 82-53.. H. J. Hebner, Crystal Bath, St. Louis, Mo., April 1, 1911; 100 yards, barkstroke, open still water, straightaway, lm. 16 4.58., Walter Brack, Berlin, Germany, at St. Louis, Mo., September 6, 1904; 150 yards, backstroke, bath, 7 turns. lm. 49 3-58. H. J. Hebner, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ill, April 30, 1914; 150 yards, backstroke, bath (75 yards, salt water. I turn, im. 55 4-59., H. J. Hebner, Sutro Bath, San Francisco, Cal., July 4, 1914; 200 yards, breaststroke, bath, 9 turns. 2m. 38 4-58., Michael McDermott, Chicago, III., March 13, 1912 Relay racing, 200 yards, 4 men, each 50 yards, 25-yard bath, 1m. 458. New York A. C. (George South, 26 2-59.; C. D. Trubenbach, 278.; N. Nerich, 26 2-53., and C. M. Daniels, 25 1 59.), New York City, April 15, 1910; relay racing, 400 yards, 4 men, 100 yards each, 20 yard bath, 3m. 4fis., Illinois A. C. team (A. C. Raithel, 559.; H. J. Hebner, 575.; Perry McGillivray, 55 4-59.; William Vosburgh, 58 1-59.), Chicago, II., May 1, 1913; relay racing, 400 yards, 4 men, each 100 yards, 25-yard bath, 3m, 52 4-58., Illinois A. C. (A. C. Raithel, 58 3-58.; William Vosburgh, 59 1-59.; Perry McGillivray, 579.; H. J. Hebner, 588.), New York A. C. Bath, New York City, May 4, 1914; relay racing, 400 yards, open still water, 100-yard course, 3m. 57 1-58., Illinois A. C. (H. J. Hebner, 1m.; M. R. Moti, im. 3-59.; A. C. Raithel, 57 2-59.; Perry McGilivray, 58 1-58.), Broad Ripple Pool, Indianapolis, Ind.. July 31. 1914; relay racing, 500 yards, 5 men, 100 yards each, 20-yard bath, 4m. 45 1-58., Illinois A. C. team (above and E. W. McGillivray, 59 1-58.), Chicago, Ill., May 1, 1913: relay racing, 500 yards, 5 men, each 100 yards, 25-yard bath, 4m. 57s., New York A. C. team (above men in 400-yard relity and George South, im. 12-59.), New York City, March 18, 1911. Plunging, 1m. time limit, bath, 80 ft., F. B. Willis, Philadelphia, Pa., March 9, 1912.

Noteworthy performances made over odd distances, examined and verined by A. A. U. Record Commission: 40 yards, bath, 1 turn, 198., A. C. Raithel, Chicago, Ill., March 6, 1913; 60 yards, bath, 2 turns, 30s., C. M. Daniels, Pittsburgh, Pa., December 19. 1907; 75 yards, bath, 2 turns, 37 2-58., Duke P. Kahana moku, San Francisco, Cal., August 6, 1913; 80 yards, bath, 3 turns. 438., C. M. Daniels, New York City, March, 1908: 110 yards, bath, 5 turns, im. 23-5s., H. J. Hebner, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ill., April 2, 1914; 250 yards, bath, 12 turns, 2m. 53 3-58., Perry

SWIMMING -Continued. McGhivray, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ill., February 5, 1914; 250 yards, bath, 9 turns. 2m. 55 3-58., c. M. Daniels, New York, March 4, 1910; 400 yards, bath, 15 turns, 4m. 59 3-58., C. M. Daniels, New York, February 23, 1907; 660 yards, bath, 32 turns, 8m. 38 4-58., C. M. Daniels, New York City, February 25, 1907; 660 yards, open still water, 5 turns, 9m. 15 4-58., C. M. Daniels, Seneca Park Lake, Rochester, N. Y., August 28, 1909; 800 yards, bath, 31 turns, 10m. 37 4-58. C; M. Daniels, New York City, February 23, 1907: 800 yards, open still salt water, turns, 11m. 17 2-58., L. J. Goodwin. Coney Island, N. Y., September 4, 1913; 880 yards, bath. 43 turns, ilm. 29 1-55.. Perry McGillivray, Illinois A. C. Bath, Chicago, Ill., December 4, 1913; 1,000 yards, bath, 49 turns, 13m. 20 3-58., C. M. Daniels, New York City, February 25, 1907; 1,100 yards, bath, 54 turns, 14m. 438., C. M. Dapiels, New York City, February 25, 1907; 1,100 yards, open tidal salt water, 9 turns, 11m. 56 1-58., J. H. Reilly, Sea Gate, New York City, August 25, 1911; 1,200 yards, bath, 59 turns, 16 m. 5 4-58., C. M. Daniels, New York City, February 25, 1907; 1,200 yards, open still salt water, 14 turns, 17m. 48., L. J. Goodwin, Coney Island, N. Y., September 4, 1913; 1,320 yards, bath, 65 turns, 17m. 45 4-58., C. M. Daniels, New York City, February 25, 1907; 1,320 yards, open tidal salt water, 11 turns, 19m. 143., J. H. Reilly, Sea Gate, New York City, August 25, 1911; 50 yards, backstroke, bath, 2 turns, 30s., H. J. Hebner, Chicago, Ill., March 6, 1913; 75 yards, backstroke, bath, 2 turns, 49s., H. J. Hebner, Crystal Bath, St. Louis, Mo., April 1, 1911. Relay racing, 300 yards, 6 men, each 50 yards, 25-yard bath, 2m. 42 1-58., New York A. C. (above and L. J. Goodwin, 28 3-58.,

and J. A. Ruddy, 28 3-58.), New York City, April 15, 1910; relay racing, 1. mile, 17 men 100 yards each, 18th man 60 yards, 20-yard bath, 18m. 46 2-58., Illinois A. C. team (above and M. McDermott, im. 53-59.; H. J. Handy, lm. 5 3-53.; H. E. Richardson, im. 148.; W. S. Roth, lm. 4 4-58.; M. R. Moit, im. 22-59.; C. Wohlfeld, im. 3 4-58.; L. A. Vitack, im. 71-58.; A. J. Evers, lm. 7 1-5s.; R. Thompson, 1m. 10 3-58.; W. Templeton, lm. 7s.; L. Andrews, im. 5 3-58.; W. Birk, im. 10 2-59.; R. G. McLean, 60 yards, 37 2-5s.), Chicago, Ill., May 1, 1913. Swimming under water, 106 yards 2 feet, bath, 4 turns, im. 31 2-53., E. P. Swatek, Chicago, Ill., January 2, 1905. Battery to Sandy Hook, New York Bay, tidal salt water, with the tide, distance about 20 miles, 7b. 18m., George Meehan, L Street Swimming Club, Boston, New York City, July 19, 1914.

WORLD'S SWIMMING RECORDS.
AMATKUR RECORDS.

PROFESSIONAL RECORDS.
Made in Bath,
DISTANCE.

Made in Open Water. *Open Water. Others made iu Baths.
Holder.

Time.
Holder.

Time.
Holder.

Tiine,
M. S.
M, 8.

M.S. 50 yards D.P.Kahanamoku(A)

B. R. Small (A.)... 232-5 A.Wickhain (Aus.)

23 3-5 100 yards D. P.Kahanamoku(A) 54 3-5 D. P. Kall'oku(A.). 54 3-5 A.Wickhamí Aus. 1.00 4-5 100 metres C. Bretting (G.). ...... 1,02 1-5 D.P. Kau'oku(A.). .1.013-6 130 yards P. McGillivray(A.)... 1.08 2-5

J. Nuttall (E.).. 1.18 2-5 150 yards H. J. Hebner (A.). ... 1,31 1-5 C. Healy (Aus.)... 1.34 D. Billington (E.) 1.39 200 yards H.J. Hebner(A.).... 2.07 2-5

D. Billington (E.) 2.181-5 220 yards H. J. Hebrer (A.).. 2.21 W.Longworth(Aus2.29 2-5 1). Billington (E.) 2.34 4-5 300 yards J. G. Hatfield (E.)... 3.26 2-5 B. Kieran (Aus.)... 3.31 4–6 D. Billington (E.) 3.32 400 metres J.G. Hatfield (E.)... 5.21 3-5 G.R. Hodgson (C.). 5.242-5 440 yards B. Kieran (Aus.).... 5.19 B. Kieran (Aus.).. 5.221-5 D. Billington (E.) 5.26 500 yards J. G. Hatfield E.)... 6.02 4-5

D. Billington (E.)

6.18 880 yards B. Kieran (Aus.).. 11.113-5 H. Taylor (E.)..... 11.252-5 D. Billington (E.) 11.37 1,000 yards B. Kieran (Aus.). 12.52 2-5 F.Beaurep're (Aus) 13.18 D, Billington (E.)

13.36 1,390 yards C. M. Daniels ( A.)... 17.45 4-5 W. Longworth(Aus 17.42 *D. Billington(E.) 17.36 2-5

1 mile B. Kieran (Aus.). 23.16 4-5 G. R. Hodgson(C.).. 23.34* *D. Billington(E.) 24.115 2 miles Geo. Read !Aus.).. 54.54 W. Longworth(Ausl51.32

RECORDS OF WOMEN.
M. 8.

M. S. 100 yards Fanny Durack (Aus.).

1.06
300 metres Fanny Durack (Aus.).

4.43 100 metres Fanny Durack (Aus.).

1.17
440 yards Fanny Durack (Aus.).

6.17 220 yards Fanny Durack (Aus.). 2.57 2-5 880 yards Fanny Durack (Aus.)..

12.52 300 yards Fanny Durack (A119.)..... 4.13

1 mile) Fanny Durack (Aus.)..... 26.08

MISCELLANEOUS. Swimming on the back, 100 yards. H. J. Hehner (A.), lm. 82-54. ; 150 yards, H. J. Hebner (A.), 1m. 493-58., breaststroke, 200 yards, M. McDermott( A ), 2m, 38 4-5s.; plouge fordistance (1m. time limit), W. Taylor (E ), 82'ieet inches; under waterswimming, E. P. Swatek (A.), 106 yards 2 leet; relay racing, 5 men, GO0 yillils, Illinois' A. C., Chicago (A. ', 'Am. 45 l-bs. (A. C. Raichel, 55s.; H. J. Hebner, 57*. ; P. McGillivray, 55 4-59.; Wm. Vosburgh, 581-58.; E. W. McGillivray, 59'1-54.), Chicago, II., May 1, 1913. Swimming in English Channel-Captain Matthew Webb (È.), August 24-25, 1875, Dover to Calais, 21). 45m. ; T. W. Burgess, an Englishman living in Paris, Sept. 5-6, 1911, South Forelaud, Eng., to Le Chatelet, France, 22h. 35m.

(A.) American, (Aus.) Australian. (E.) English. (G.) German, (C.) Canadian.

PROFESSIONAL MARATHON AND OTHER RACING. January 2-Edinburgh, Scotland, Hans Holmer, New York, defeated G. A. Dimming, England, by twenty yards in the annual Powder Hall Marathon, distance 15 miles. Time-lh. 22m. 12s. W. Kolehmainen, Finland, third.

February 7-New York City, Twenty-second Regiment Armory. 12-mile international professional Indoor race- Won by A. E. Wood, Toronto, 1h. 4m. 25 1-58.; second, James Fitzgerald, Australia. lh. 5m. 3 4-59.; W. N. Querl, Alexandria Bay, N. Y., third, ih. 6m. 398.

March 9-New Haven, Ct., W. N.' Queal, running io miles, defeated Ted Crooks and James Fitzgerald, each running 5 miles. Queal's time-52m. 378. The race was run in the Second Regi. ment Armorv. The track registered 14 laps to the mile. Queal's time by miles-4m. 42s., 9m. 463. 14m. 32s., 19m. 499., 25m. 38., 30m. 158., 35m. 169., 40m. 439., and 46m. 208.

April 19-Paris, France, Hans Holmer, New York, was beaten by Vermeulen in a race of 10 kilometres (six and a quarter miles) at the Parc des Princes for 1.000 francs ($200) a side, and each man was allowed to use pacemakers. Vermeulen made the distance in 31m. 54 4-5s. Holmer finished three laps behind.

August 2-Boston, Mass., 10-mile race at Caledonian Games-Won by A. E. Wood, 55m. 443.; Becond, James Duffy, Boston, third, Ted Crooks, Fall River.

August 22--Brooklyn, N. Y., W. N. Queal defeated A. E. Wood in two races at 1 mile and 3 miles. Times-4m. 38 1-58. and 15m. 32 4-58.

LAWN TENNIS.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. Men's singles, held at Casino Courts, Newport, R. I.; finals played September 1. Champion required to play through. R. Norris Williams, Philadelphia, Pa., defeated the defender, Maurice E. McLoughlin, San Francisco, 6-3, 8-6, 10-8. Williams won 3 sets, 24 games, 128 points. He made 32 nets, 39 outs, 30 places, 17 service aces, 7 double faults. He earned 44 per cent. of his strokes. McLoughlin won 0 sets, 7 games, 109 points. He made 33 nets, 36 outs, 20 places, 11 service aces, 4 double faults. He earned 30 per cent. of his strokes.

Men's doubles, inals played at Casino Courts, Newport, R. I., August 25. Maurice E. McLoughlin and Thomas C. Bundy, holders, defeated George M. Church and Dean Mathey, New York, challengers, by 6-4, 6-2, 6-4. Recapitulation--McLoughlin and Bundy, 3 sets; Church and Mathey, no sets. McLoughlin and Bundy, 18 games; Church and Mathey, 10 games. McLoughlin and Bundy, 95 points; Church and Mathey, 72 points. McLoughlin and Bundy, 28 earned points; Church and Mathey, 22 earned points. McLoughlin and Bundy, 50 errors; Ciurch and Mathey, 67 errors.

Women's singles, Anal round played at grounds of Philadelphia Cricket Club at St. Martins, Pa., June 13. Miss Mary K. Browne, Callfornia, defender, defeated Miss Marie Wagner, New York, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1.

Women's doubles, final round played at St. Martins, Pa., June 12. Miss Mary Browne and Mrs. Robert Williams, California, defenders, defeated Mrs. Edward Raymond, New York, and Miss Edna Wildey, Orange, N. J., 8-6, 6--2.

Mixed doubles, final round played at St. Martins, Pa., June 13. Miss Mary Browne and william T. Tilden, Jr., defenders, defeated Miss Mary Meyers and J. Rowland, 6-1, 6-4.

National indoor championships, played in the Seventh Regiment Armory, New York City, February 20-24. Men's singles--G. F. Touchard, New York, defender, deleated Dr. Wm. Rosenbaum, 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. Men's doubles-- Wylie C. Grant and G. Carleton Shafer, defeated Gustave F. Touchard and william P. Cragin, Jr., 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, 6-8, 6--1.

Women's championships, played at Seventh Regiment Armory, New York City, finals, March 19. Singles --Miss Marie Wagner, defender, defeated Mrs. C. X. Beard, 6-1, 2-6, 6-2. Doubles

Miss Clare Cassel and Mrs. S. F. Weaver defeated Mrs. W. McLean and Mrs. Frederick Schmitz, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.

Clay Court championships, held at Cincinnati, Ohio, July 11-18. Men's singles-Clarence Grimn, San Francisco, defeated Elia Fottrell, San Francisco, 3-6, 6--8, 8-6, 6-0, 6--2. Men's doubles-Nat. Browne, San Francisco, and Claude Wayne, Los Angeles, defeated Clarence Grima and Elia Fottrell, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Women's singles---Miss Mary Browne, San Francisco, defender, defeated Mrs. R. H. Williams, 6--1, 3-6, 6---2. Women's doubles --Miss Mary Browne and Mrs. R. H. Williams, both of San Francisco, defeated Miss M. Lyons and Miss Dodd, 6-2, 6-1.

National champions since 1899: Men's singles-1899, M. D. Whitman; 1900, M. D. Whitman; 1901, W. A. Larned; 1902, W. A. Larned: 1903, H. L. Doherty; 1904, H. Ward: 1905, B. C. Wright; 1906, W. J. Clothier; 1907, W. A. Larned; 1909, W. A. Larned; 1909, W. A. Larned; 1910, W.A. Larned; 1911, W. A. Larned; 1912, M. E. McLoughlin; 1913, M. E. McLoughlin. Men's doubles1899, D. F. Davis and II. Ward; 1900, D. F. Davis and H. Ward; 1901, D. F. Davis and H. Ward; 1902, R. F. Donerty and H. L. Doherty: 1903. R. F. Doherty and H. L. Doherty; 1904, H. Ward and B. C. Wright: 1905, H. Ward and B. C. Wright; 1906, H. Ward and B. C. Wright; 1907, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett; 1908, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett; 1909, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett; 1910, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett; 1911, G. Touchard and R. D. Little; 1912, M. E. McLoughlin and T. C. Bundy; 1913, M. E. McLoughlin and T. C. Bundy.

Indoor champions: Men's singles--1900, J. A. Allen; 1901, Holcombe Ward; 1902, J. P. Paret; 1903, W. C. Grant; 1904, W. C. Grant; 1905, E. B. Dewhurst; 1906, W. C. Grant; 1907, T. R. Pell; 1908, w. C. Grant; 1909, T. R. Pell, 1910, G. F. Touchard; 1911, T. R. Pell; 1912, W. C. Grant; 1913, G. F. Touchard. Men's doubles-1900, J. P. Paret and Calhoun Cragin; 1901, O. M. Bostwick and Calhoun Cragin; 1902, W. C. Grant and Robert Le Roy: 1903, W. C. Grant and Robert Le Roy: 1904, W. C. Grant and Robert Le Roy: 1905. T. R. Pell and H. F. Allen: 1906, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett: 1907, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett: 1908, F. B. Alexander and H. H. Hackett; 1909, T. R. Pell and w.C. Grant; 1910, G. F. Touchard and C. R. Gardner; 1911, F. B. Alexander and T. R. Pell; 1912, F. B. Alexander and T. R. Pell; 1913, G. F. Touchard and W.C. Grant.

DAVIS CUP CONTESTS. 1900-England vs. America, at Longwood, near Boston. America won 3 matches to 0. (One match not played; one left unfinished.) America-M. D. Whitman, Dwight F. Davis, Holcomb Ward. England-A. W. Gore, E. D. Black, H. Roper Barrett.

1902England vs. America. at Crescent A. C., Bay Ridge. America won 3 matches to 2. America--M. D. Whitman, D. F. Davis, Holcomb Ward. England-R. F. Doherty, H. L. Doherty. J. Pim.

1903--England vs. America, at Longwood, near Boston. England won 4 matches to 1. America-William A. Larned, Robert D. Wrenn, George L. Wrenn. England-R. F. Doherty, H. L. Doherty.

1904-England, Belgium, France and Austria. Challenge round. England vs. Belgium, at Wimbledon, England. England won 5 matches to 0. England-W. F. Doherty, H. L. Doherty, F. L. Risely. Belgium--P. de Borman, W. Lemaire.

1905-England, America, France, Australasia, Austria, Belgium. Challenge round. England V8. America, at Wimbledon, England, Enkland won 5 matches to 0. England-R. F. Doherty, H. L. Doherty, S. H. Smith. America--William A. Larned, Holcomb Ward, Beals C. Wright, W.J. Clothier.

1906 - Australasia, England, America, France, Austria. Challenge round at Wimbledon, England won 5 matches to 0. England-8. H. Smith, H. L. Doherty, R. F. Doherty. America Holcomb Ward, Raymond D. Little.

1907--England, America, Australasia. Challenge round, at Wimbledon, England. Australasia won 3 matches to 2. England--A. W. Gore, H. Roper Barrett. Australasia-Anthony F. Wilding, Norman E. Brookes.

1908-- Australasia, America, England. Challenge match, at Melbourne. Australasia won 3 matches to 2. Australasia--Anthony F. Wilding, Norman E. Brookes. America - Frederick B. Alexander, Beals C. Wright. 1909- Australasia, America, England. Challenge round, at Sydney. Australasia won

5 matches to 0. Australasia-Anthony F. Wilding, Norman E. Brookes. America--Maurice E. McLoughlin, M. H. Long.

1911- Australasia, America, England. Challenge round, at Christchurch, New Zealand. Australasia won 5 matches to 0. Australasia-Norman E. Brookes, A. W. Dunlop, R. W. Heath. America-Maurice E. McLoughlin, Beals C, Wright.

1912-Australasia, England, France, America. Challenge round, at Melbourne. England

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won 3 matches to 2. Australasia-Norman E. Brookes, R. W. Heath, A. W. Dunlop. EnglandJ. C. Parke, C. 1. Dixon, A. E. Beamish.

1913-Seven countries challenged for the cup, which was finally won by the United States team. The results of the various international matches follow: First round-Germany vs, France, won by Germany, 4 matches to 1. United States vs. Australasia, won by United States, 4 matches to 1. Canada vs. South Africa, won by Canada, 3 matches to 1. Belgium a bye. Second round-United States vs. Germany, won by United States, 5 matches to 0. Canada vs. Belgium, won by Canada, 5 matches to 0. final round-United States vs. Canada, at Wimbledon, England, won by United States, 3 matches to 0, two unplayed. Challenge round-United States vs. British Isles, at Wimbledon, England, for the cup, won by United States, 3 matches to 2. James C. Parke, British Isles, defeated Maurice E. McLoughlin, United States, 8---10, 7-5, 6-4, 1-6, 7-5; R. N. williams, United States, defeated Charles P. Dixon, British Isles, 8--6, 3-6, 6-2, 1-6, 7--5. Harold H Hackett and Maurice E. McLoughlin, United States, defeated Herbert R. Barrett and Charles P. Dixon, British Isles, 5-7, 6-1, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4; Maurice E. McLoughlin, United States, defeated Charles P. Dixon, British Isles. 8-6, 6-3, 6-2, James C. Parke, British Isles, defeated R. N. Wille iams, United States, 6-2, 5-7, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2.

1914–Seven countries challenged for the cup, which was finally won by Australasia against the United States after a magnincent struggle. In M. E. McLoughlin the United States had the individual unbeaten champion, who deleated both Norman E. Brookes and Anthony F. Wilding, oi Australasia, the former having been undefeated and the latter only having been beaten by Brookes in the championship of England. The various competitions showed the following results:

July 7, 8 and 9, at Folkstone, England, T. M. Mavrogordato, England, defeated P. de Borman, Belgium, 6-1, 6--3, 8-6; J. C. Parke, England, defeated A. G. Watson, Belgium, 6-2, 6-3, 6-3, H. R. Barrett and T. M. Mavrogordato, England, deleated W. H. Duvivier and A. G. Watson, Belglum, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2; T. M. Mavrogordato beat A, G. Watson, 6-1, 6-0, 6-3; J. C. Parke defeated P. de Borman, 6-4, 6-3, 6-0. Won by British Isles, 5 to 0.

July 11, 13 and 14, at Wimbledon, England. T. M. Mavrogordato, Great Britain, beat Max Germot, France, 4-6, 7-5, 9-7, 6-2, James C. Parke, Great Britain, beat Max Decugis, France, 6-2, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3; Max Decugis and Max Germot, France, defeated H. R. Barrett and T. M. Mavrogordato, England, 6-3, 5-7, 7-5, 6–4; T. M. Mavrogordato defeated Max Decugis, 6-1, 7-5, 7-5; J. C. Parke defeated Max Germot, 7-5, 6-1, 6-3. Won by British Isles. 4 to l.

July 23, 24 and 25, at Lake Forest, III. N. E. Brookes, Australasia, defeated B. P. Schwengers, Canada, 6-2, 6-3, 6--2: Anthony F. Wilding, Australasia, defeated R. B. Powell, Canada, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2; N. E. Brookes and A. F. Wilding defeated B. P. Schwengers and R. B. Powell, 6-4, 6-3, 6–4; A. F. Wilding defeated B. P. Schwengers, 7-5, 6-3, 6-1; N. E. Brookes defeated R. B. Powell, 6-0, 6-1, 6-3. Won by Australasia, 5 to 0.

July 30, 31 and August 1, at Pittsburgh, Pa. A. F. Wilding, Australasia, defeated Oscar Kreutzer, Germany, 6-2, 6-2, 6–4; N. E. Brookes, Australasia, defeated Otto Froitzheim, Germany, 10–8, 6-1, 6-2; N. E. Brookes and A. F. Wilding defeated Oscar Kreutzer and Otto Froitzheim, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2; Wilding defeated Froitzheim, 6--3, 6-4, 6-2; Brookes defeated Kreutzer, 6-4, 6-2, 8--6, 6--2. Won by Australasia, 5 to 0.

August 6, 7 and 8, at Boston, Mass. Anthony F. Wilding, Australasia, defeated A. F. Lowe, England, 6-3, 6-1, 16-14; Norman E. Brookes, Australasia, defeated J. C. Parke, England, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, 14-6, 7--5; N E. Brookes and A, F. Wilding, Australasia, defeated J. C. Parke and T. M. Mavrogordato, England, 6–1, 6–0, 6–4. Alter Brookes defaulted to Lowe and wilding to Parke. S. N. Doust and A. W. Dunlop of the Australaslan team were substituted for Brookes and Wilding Parke defeated A. W. Dunlop, 6-0, 7-5, 6-3, and A. F. Lowe defeated S. N. Doust, 6-4, 4-6, and Doust retiring at 7, all on account of the heat. Australasia won, 3 to 2.

Final and challenge round, played at West Side Tennis Courts, at Forest Hill, L. I., August 13A. F. Wilding, Australasia, defeated R. N. Williams. United States, 7-5, 6-2, 6-3; M. E. McLoughlin, United States, defeated N. E. Brookes, Australasia, 17-15, 6-3, 6-3. August 14N. E. Brookes and A. F. Wriding, Australasia, defeated M. E. McLoughlin and T. C. Bundy, United States, 6-3, 8-6, 9-7. August 15-N. E. Brookes, Australasia, defeated R. N. Williams, United States, 6-1, 6-2, 8-10, 6-3; M. E. McLoughlin, United States, defeated A. F. Wilding, Australasia, 6–2, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2. Australasia won the cup from the United States by 3 to 2.

STATE AND SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. Eastern doubles, final round played at Boston, Mass., July 28. T. R. Pell and Karl Behr, New York, defeated H. H. Hackett and F. B. Alexander, New York, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5.

New York State men's singles. final round played at Crescent A. C., Brooklyn, N. Y., August 19. M. E. McLoughlin, San Francisco, defeated R. L. Murray, Palo Alto, Cal., 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. Men's doubles, final round played on same courts, August 7. H. H. Hackett and F. B. Alexander defeated Charles Chambers and J. T. Allen, 6-3, 7-5, 8-6. Women's singles and doubles, played at Utica, N. Y., July 19. Singles-Miss Marie Wagner defeated Miss Clare Cassel, 1-6, 6-3, 7-5. Doubles-Miss Marie Wagner and Miss Clare Cassel defeated Mrs. W. H. Pouch and Miss E. Moore, 6-2, 6-2.

Metropolitan men's singles and doubles, final rounds played on West Side Tennis Club courts, Forest Hills, L. I., June 20. R. L. Murray, Palo Alto, Cal., defeated F. B, Alexander, New York, 6-8, 7--5, 7-5, 2-66-4. Doubles- George M. Church and Dean Mathey defeated G. Carlton Shaler and King Smith, 6-3, 7-9, 6-4, 12-10. Women's singles, played on same courts, September 25Mrs. Edward Raymond defeated Miss Clare Cassel, 6-3, 6-0. Women's doubles, played on same courts. September 26-Miss Marie Wagner and Miss Clare Cassel defeated Mrs. Spencer F. Weaver and Mrs. Rawson Wood, 5-7, 7-5, 9-7 Mixed doubles, played on same courts, September 27Mrs. R. Wood and C. M. Bull defeated Miss C. Cagsel and S. H. Voshell, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. Junior men's singles and doubles, played on same courts, September 17. Singles---H. Throckmorton defeated H. W. Forster, 6-2, 7-5, 6--1. Doubles--F. H. Selig and A. Wolf defeated R. B. Haines and G. E. Donnell, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4.

Eastern New York men's singles-S. H. Voshell defeated R. L. Baggs, 6-4, 6-0, 6-1. Men's doubles-F. B. Alexander and A. Bassford, Jr., deleated F C. Baggs and S. H. Voshell, 6-4, 6-3. Women's singles - Mrs. T. Cassebeer defeated Miss Bessie Holden, 6-4, 8-6. Mixed doubleMiss Margaret Grove and H. J. Steinkamp defeated Miss M. Gamaje and A. J. Ostendorf, 6-4, 6-1.

Bronx County singles--S. H. Voshell defeated Merrill Hall, defender, 6-1, 8--6, 7-5. Doubles -C. G. Shafer and B. M. Phillips defeated w. C. Grant and J. Steinacher, 8-6, 6-4, 3-6, 3-6, 63.

Long Island men's singles-F. G. Anderson defeated F. C. Baggs, 3--6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-8, 7-5. Men's doubles--S. H. Voshell and F. C. Baggs defeated F. G. Anderson and C. C. Chambers, 8-6, 6----3, 6-3. Women's singles --Miss Clare Cassel defeated Miss Erna Marcus, 6-1,7-5. Women's doubles-Mrs. William H. Pouch and Miss Erna Marcus defeated Miss Clare Cassel and Mrs. S. F. Weaver, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5.

New Jersey men's singles-G, C, Shafer defeated 8. H. Voghell, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. Men's doubles-G. C. Shaler and w. C. Grant defeated 8. H. Voshell and F. C. Baggs, 7-9, 6-2, 7-5.

Women's singles-Miss Anita Carrington defeated Mrs. Robert A. Pope, 6–1, 6–1. Women's doubles-Mrs. C. N. Beard and Mrs. C. Casse beer deleated Miss Anita Carrington and Mrs. Robert Le Roy, 6-4, 6-3. Mixed doubles--Mrs. C. N. Beard and Otto H. Hincke defeated Miss Anita Carrington and w. Wood, 6-2, 6-4.

Middle States men's singles-Karl H. Behr defeated G. F: Touchard, defender, 8-6, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. Men's doubles--T. R. Pell and Karl Behr defeated G. F. Touchard and w. M. Washburn, defenders, 11-9, 2-6, 6-1, 9--7. Women's singles-Mrs. Louise H. Raymond, challenger, defeated Miss Edith Rotch, holder, 6--2, 6-3. Women's doubles-Mrs. Louise Raymond and Mrs. C. N. Beard defeated Mrs. Marshall McLean and Miss Edna wildey, 0-6, 6-2, 6-5.

Pennsylvania men's singles-R. N. Williams defeated William T. Tulden, Jr., 6–4, 6–0, 3-6, 62. Men's doubles-W. F. Johnson and A. D. Thayer, defenders, defeated Dr. P. B. Hawk and R. H. Hervey, 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. Women's singles-- Mrs. Raymond defeated Miss Fenno, 3-6, 9-7, 6-2. Women's doubles-Mrs. Edward mond and Miss Edna Wilde defeated Miss Eleonora Searg and Miss Marion Fenno, 6-3, 6-3. Mixed doubles-Mrs. Raymond and Mr. Tilden defeated Miss Sears and Mr. Larned, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.

Philadelphia and District men's singles-R. N. Williams defeated Dr. P. B. Hawk, 6-2, 6-2, 7--5. Men's doubles--E. and J. Thayer defeated L. C. Wistar and S. W. Pearson, 15–13, 3-6, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2.

Delaware men's singles-G. M. Church, defender, defeated R. L. Murray, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3,

Men's doubles-W. P. Johnson and J.'J. Armstrong defeated H. M. Tilden and A. D. Thayer, defenders, 6-0, 11-9, 6-2.

Men's doubles-W. H. Taylor, Jr., and H. G. Whitehead defeated J.' Wright and N. Thornton, 7-5, 6-2,

Virginia men's singles-- N. Stevens defeated N. H. Bundy, 1-6,4-6, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4. 6-3. Women's singles -- Miss Boyd defeated Miss F. Page, 6--1, 6-2. Mixed doubles-Miss Boyd and McKee Dunn defeated Mrs. Cooke and C. Tunstall, 6-1, 6-4.

Southern, played at New Orleans. Men's singles--Irving Wright defeated Esmond Phelps, 7-5, 6-1, 6-3. Men's doubles-I. Wright and J. B. Adoue defeated A. Waters and H. Bruns, 6-3, 2--6, 6-1, 6-4. Women's singles Miss Legendre defeated Miss Murphy, 2-6, 6-2, 10-8. Mixed doubles-Miss I. Murphy and R. B. Logan defeated Miss Legendre and A. Waters.

Southwestern, played at Dallas, Texas. Roland Hoerr defeated E. Rees, 7-5, 6-4, 6-3. Doubles--R. Hoerr and W. Horrell defeated A. Blacklock and B. Hogue, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 947.

Connecticut-F. C. Inman defeated W. Rand, 6-3, 8-6, 6-2. Doubles-E. S. Carter and B. B. Atterbury defeated s. G. Kelley and A. von Bernuth, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-0.

New England, played at Hartford, Ct. Singles--R. L. Murray defeated A. H. Man, Jr., 6-1, 6-1, 6-2. Doubles-R. L. Murray and H. L. Hahn defeated c. c. Burgwin and J. L. Richards, 6-1, 7--5, 6-1.

Massachusetts-N. W. Niles, holder, defeated R. C. Seaver, 6-4, 6-1, 6-2. DoublesN. W. Niles and W. M. Washburn defeated H. C. Johnson and E. H. Whitney, holders, 6–1, 4-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-4.

Rhode Island. Men's singles-E. Fottrell defeated R. N. Dana, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Men's doubles-Jones and Henshaw defeated Stites and Vose, 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. Women's singles-Miss M. Hamill defeated Miss M. Phillips, 6-3, 1-6, 6-0.

New Hampshire. James Vowell defeated King Smith, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1.
Maine. R. Harte, Jr., defeated E. Scott, 6-1, 6-1, 6-3.

Central New York. Men's singles -S. H. Voshell defeated E. H. Whitney, 5-7, 7--9, 7-5, 6-2, 6-2. Men's doubles-S. H. Voshell and F. C. Baggs defeated H. Hahn and E. R. McCormick, 5-7, 9-7, 6-1, 6--2. Women s singles-Miss Marie Wagner defeated Miss Clare Cassel, 1-6, 6-3, 7--5. Women's doubles- Miss Marie Wagner and Miss Clare Cassel defeated Mrs. W. H. Pouch and Miss E. Moore, 4-6, 6-0, 6-3. Mixed doubles-Miss Clare Cassel and Irving Wright defeated Miss Marie Wagner and H. D. Kernan, 6-2,0-6, 7-5.

International, played at Niagara-on-the-Lake. Men's singles-C. J. Grimn defeated G. M. Church, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 Men's doubles-C. J. Grimn and J. McCormack defeated Wright and E. Fottrell, 3-6, 6-0, 5-7, 6-1, 6-4. Women's singles-Mrs. Bickle defeated Miss Roth, 6-0, 6-4. Mixed doubles-Mrs. Bickle and Merrill Hall deleated Mrs. Van Voorish and J. Baird 11-9, 6-2.

Great Lakes, played at Buffalo, N. Y Men's singles-C. J. Griffin defeated R. C, Seaver, 6 4, 5-7, 6-3, 6-1. Women's singles--Miss Mary Browne defeated Miss E. E. Rotch, 6-4,

Maryland. Men's singles-T. R. Pell defeated W. Johnson, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2, 6--1. Men's doubles-T. R. Pell and C. M. Bull defeated C. Fisher and B. Wagner, 6-2, 4-6, 10--8, 7--5. Mixed doubles-Miss S. White and C. Fisher defeated Mrs. W. Sullivan and McKee Dunn, 6-2, 3-6, 1210,

Carolinas. Men's singles-W. G. Stacey defeated J. 0. Erwin, 2-6, 6-3, 7--5, 6-3. Men's doubles-- Waring Brothers deleated W. G. Stacey and J. Comn, 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. Women's singles -Mrs. R. Johnston deleated Mrs R. Robertson, 6-4, 6-4. Women's doubles-Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Robertson defeated Mrs. Mllam and Miss Adger, 6-0, 6--2. Mixed doubles-Mrs. Robertson and J. Winston defeated Miss Adger and J. o. Erwin by default.

Western, played at Chicago, Ill. Men's singles--A. M. Squair defeated C. J. Grinn, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3, 6-0. Men's double--G. M. Church and Dean Mathey deleated H. T. Byford and R. H. Burdick, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, 14-12. Women's singles -- Miss Mary Browne defeated Mrs. R. H. Williams, 6-4, 6-3. Women's doubles-Miss Mary Browne and Mrs. R. H. Williams defeated Mrs. C. N. Beard and Miss M. Steever, 6-2, 6--2. Mixed doubles-- Miss Mary Browne and W. A. Horrell defeated Mrs. R. H. Williams and Irving Wright, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.

Illinois. Men's singles--Alex. Squair defeated R. Burdick, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2. Men's doubles--Hayes and Winston defeated Weber and Greun, 8.-6, 4-6, 5--7, 6-2, 6-2.

Central States, played at St. Louis, Mo. Men's singles-R. M. Hoerr defeated C. Van Rippert, 6-3, 6-3, 6-0. Women's singles - Miss M. Hires defeated Mrs. W. W. Yager, 8-6, 7-5.

Tri-State, played at Indianapolis, Ind. Men's singles ---W. S. McEllroy defeated W. G. Hoag, 6-4, 1-6, 6-4, 6-2. Men's doubles-J. C. Mackrell and Thomas defeated Brown and Faile, 6--1, 6-0, 6-2. Women's singles--Miss Saunders defented M139 K. Brown, 7--5, 5-7, 6--2. Mixed doubles-Mrs. 1. Watt Pugh and J. C. Mackrell defeated Miss K. Brown and Kipp, 7-5, 6-2.

Arkansas. Men's singles-J. B. Adoue, Jr., defeated william Horrell, 6-3, 3-6, 2-2, defaulted. Women's singles-Miss I. Murphy defeated Miss V. Muller, 6-3, 6-0.

Idaho. Men's singles-J. C. Tyler defeated H. S. Gray, 6-1, 6-3, 7-5. Men's doublesWood and Gray defeated Tyler and Kettenbach by default. Women's singles-Miss Fix defeated Miss Anderson, 6-3, 6-1. Women's doubles --Mrs. McIntyre and Miss Fix defeated Miss Anderson and Miss Kettenbach, 1-6, 7--5, 6--2. Mixed doubles-Miss Kettenbach and Tyler defeated Miss Fix and Gray, 6-2, 6-3,

Missouri Valley. Men's singles ---J. J. Armstrong defeated J. J. Cannon, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. Men's doubles-J. J. Armstrong and R. Hoerr defeated J. J. Cannon and D. Teachenor, 6-0, 7-5, 6-1.

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