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Davis Cup International Matches—Challenge Round

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Yr. Winner Loser Score!| Yr. Winner Loser Scorell Yr. Winner Loser Score 1902 U. S.. British. 3-2 1914 A'str'lasia U. S.

3-2 1929 France..

U.S.

3-2 1903 British. U.S. 4-1 1919 A'str'lasia British 4-1 1930 France. U.S.

4-1 1904 British. Belgium 5-0 1920) U.S. Austr'lasia. 5-0

1931 France. England.

3-2 1905 British. U.S. 5-0 1921 U. S.

5-0
1932 France. U, S.,

3-2 1906 British. U.S. 5-0 1922 U. S.. Australia.. 4-1

1933 Britain. France, 3-2 1907 Australia British 3-2 1923 U.S. Australia.. 4-1 1934 Britain. U. S.

4-1 1908 Australia U.S

3-2 1924 U. S.
Australia.. 5-0 1935 Britain.. U.S..

5-0 1909 A'str'lasia U. 8.

5-0 1925 U.S.

France.

5-0 1936 Britain. Australia.. 3-2 1911|A'str'i asia U. S.

5-0 1926 U.S.

France.

1937 U. S.

Britain. 4-1 1912 British.... Austr'lasia. 3-2 1927 France. U.S... 3-2 1938 U. s. Australia, 3-2 1913 U. S....... British 3-2 1928 France. U.S.

1939 Australia. U. 8. ... 3-2 Because of the war in Europe there was no international tennis play in 1940 or 1941 such as Davis Cup. Wightman Cup, etc. The British and French annual championship tournaments also were abandoned.

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MEN'S INDOOR CHAMPIONS
Yr. Singles.

Doubles
Yr, Singles

Doubles 1927 J. Borotra J. Borotra & J. Brugnon. 1934 L. R. Stoefen... B. Bell & F. J. Bowden. 1928 W. Aydelotte P. G. Rockafellow and W. Ayol 1935 Greg. Mangin.. B. Bell, Greg, Mangin. delotte.

1936 Greg. Mangin..K. Schroder and J. G. Hall, 1929 J. Borotra... F. T. Hunter and W. T. Tilden. 1937 Frank Parker. G. $. Mangin and F. Parker 1930 F. T. Hunter. . P. G. Rockafellow and M. Cutler 1938 Donald McNeil F. J. Bowden and J. Pitman. 1931 J. Borotra.. J. Borotra and C. Boussis. 1939 Wayne Sabin...C. Sutter & G. McCauliir. 1932 Greg. Mangin. G. M. Lott, Jr., & J. Van Ryn. 1940 R. L. Riggs. E. T. Cooke & R. L. Riggs 1933 Greg. Mangin. C. Sutter, E. McCaulili. (1941 F. L. Kovacs. .F.D. Guernsey & W. D. McNeill

INDOOR WOMEN CHAMPIONS Yr. Champion Doubles Champions Yr. Champion Doubles Champions 1927 Mrs. Wightman.. Mrs. Wightman-Mrs. Jessup. 1935 Miss J. Sharp.. Mrs. D. A. Andrus, Mme. 8. 1928 Miss E. Sigoneay Miss E. Sigoneay-Miss S.

Henrotin.
Pallrey.

1936 Mrs. J. Van Ryn Mrs. D. A. Andrus & Mme. 1929 Mise M. Blake. Mrs. Wightman-s, Palfrey.

S. Henrotin. 1930 Miss S. Pallrey Mrs. Wightman-S, Pallrey. 1937 Mme. S. Henrotin Mrs. D, A. Andrus & Mme. 1931 MISS M. Sachs Mrs. Wightman-8. Palfrey.

S. Henrotin. 1932 Miss M. Morrell Miss M. Morrell

1938 Miss V, Hollinger Mrs. V. R. Johsnon and Mrs. M. G. Van Ryn.

Miss K. Winthrop. 1933 Miss D. Chase Mrs. Wightman-s, Pallrey. 1939 Miss P. Betz. Misses Taubele & G. Burber. 1934 Miss N. Taubele. Misses N Taubele

1940 Mrs. S. P. Fabyan Miss G. Wheeler and Miss N. Jane Sharp.

Taubell 1941 Not played

INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONS
College

Doubles Champions

Yr.

Champion

College

1921 Philip Neer.
1922 L. E wiliams.
1923 C. Fischer
1924 W. Scott
1925 E. G. Chandler
1926 E. G. Chandler.
1927 Wilmer Allison.
1928 Julius Sellgson.
1929 Berkeley Bell.
1930 Clifford Sutter
1931 Keith Gledhill.
1932 'Clifford Sutter
1933 J. P. Tidball,
1934 C. G. Mako..
1935 W. Hess..
1936 E.Sutter.
1937 E. Sutter
1938 F D. Guernsey
1939 F. D. Guensey.
1940 D. McNeil...
1941 J. R. Hunt..

Stanford..... J. B. Fenno, Jr., and E. W. Feiblernan.... Harvard.
Yale
P. Neer and J. Davies.

Stanford.
Phila C. O... L. N. White and L. Thalheimer

Texas.
Washington. L. N. White and L. Thalbeimer

TeX39.
Calllornia, G. Stratford and G. Hillis.

Calllornia.
Callfornia. E. G. Chandler and T. Stow.

California,
Texas.
J. Van Ryn and K. Appel

Princeton,
Lehigh.

Ralph McElvenny and Alan Herrington.. Stanford
Texas.. Benj. Gorcha Kon and Arthur Kussman.. Occidental,
Tulane.
D. Meuleisen and R. Meunch

California.
Stanford B. Barnes and K Kamrath

Texas
Tulane.
K. Gledhill and Jos. Coughlin.

Stanford
U, C. L. A J. Coughlin and S. Lee

Stanford.
So. California C. Castlen and C. G. Mako..

80. Callfornia, Rice Instit. R. Bennett, and P. Newton,

California
Tulane
B. Dey and w. Seward.

Stanford
Tulane
R Bennett and P. Newton.

So Callfornia.
Rice Inst. J. R Hunt and L. Wetherell.

So. Callfornia. Rice Inst D. Inhoft and R. Peacock

California
Kenyon L. A Dee na James Wade.

Stanford
U. S. N. A.. C. E. Olewine and Charles Mattman So. Californla.

National Junior Tennis Champions

INDOOR 1928 Richard Murphy 1933 Frank Parker

1937 Joseph Fishbach 1929 William Jacobs 1934 Gilbert A. Hunt

1938 Joseph Fishbach 1930 Mark Hecht 1935 Alired L. Jarvis, Jr.

1939 William Umstaedter 1931 Mark Hecht 1936 Donald McNeill

1940

James Evert 1932 Mark Hecht

INDOOR DOUBLES 1928 Richard Murphy and Samuel P. Hayes, Jr. ( 1935 Melvin L. Lapman and Marvin Kantrowitz 1929 Richard Downing and S. E. Davenport

1936 Charles T. Mattmann and Peter Lauck 1930 Kendall H. Cram and Frank M. Shore 1937 Robert A. Low and Marvin Kantrowitz 1931 Bernard Friedman and Lester Kabacoff 1938 Joseph Fishbach and David Johnsen 1932 Giles Verstraten and John Nogrady

1939 R. E. Shipp and F. V. Krais, Jr. 1933 Gilbert A. Hunt and Summer Rodman 1940 R. J. Bender and James Evert 1934 Gilbert A. Hunt and Charles Mattmann

INDOOR BOY 1928 Kendall H. Cram 1933 Robert Low

1937 Richard J. Bender 1929 Mark Hecht 1934 Henry H. Daniels, Jr.

1938 James Evert 1930 Philip W. Osborne 1935 Isadore H. Bellis

1939 R. L. Bensinger 1931 Harold Schein 1936 William Umstaedter

1940 Frank Willett 1932 Alfred L. Jarvis

INDOOR BOYS' DOUBLES 1928 Kendall H. Cram and Bud Rosenthal

1935 Joseph Fishbach and William Umstaedter 1929 Franklin Parker and Giles Verstraten

1936 Harper H. Ink, Jr., and Melvin Schwartzmann 1930 Joseph Abrams and J. Marvin Freudenheim 1937 Richard J. Bender and Stanley F. Stater, Jr. 1931 Frank Kaufman and George B. Dunn

1938 James Evert and Gardner Larned 1932 Alfred L. Jarvis and William V. Winslow 1939 G. Dorfman and R. L. Bensinger 1933 Robert Low and Henry Daniels

1940 J. Evert and J. Geller. 1934 Isadore Bellis and Marvin Kantrowitz

INDOOR GIRL 1928 Miss Sarah Palfrey 1933 Miss Helen Grawn

1938 Miss Helen Bernhard 1929 Miss Mianne Palirey 1934 Miss Millicent Hirsh

1939 Miss Marguerita Madden 1930 Miss Sarah Palfrey

1935 Miss Virginia Hollinger 1940 Miss Marguerita Madden 1931 Miss Katharine Winthrop 1936 Miss Virginia Hollinger 1941 Miss Helen Bernhard 1932 Miss Katharine Winthrop 1937 Miss Helen Bernhard

National Amateur Racquets Champions (1917-22) C.C. Pell; (1923) S. G. Mortimer:(1924- (1932) S. W. Pearson and W. C. Wright; (1933) 25) C. C. Pell; (1926) S. G. Mortimer: (1927) C. C. W. P. Dixon and H. N. Rawlin, Jr.; (1934) J. W. Pell; (1928) C. C. Pell; (1929) H. D. Sheldon; (1930) Brooks and H. D. Sheldon: (1935-36) J. R. Leonard S. G. Mortimer; (1931, 1932, 1933) C. C. Pell: and M. Kirkbirdie; (1936-41) R. Grant III and C.

C. Pell, Jr. (1934) E. M. Edwards; (1935) H. D. Sheldon; (1936)

SQUASH RACQUETS E M. Edwards; (1938) (1939) Robert Grant III; (1940) W. Ingersol; (1941) Robert Grant III.

National Singles-C. Brinton, Philadelphia, Pa.

National Doubles-H. Lott, Jr., and W. E. Sinck. Gold Racquet Winners-(1913) H. F. McCormick; (1914-23) C. C. Pell: (1924) S. G. Mortimer; (1925)

Philadelphia, Pa. C. C. Pell; (1927) C. C. Pell; (1928) S. G. Mortimer;

National Women's Singles-Miss C. Bowes, Bala(1929-30) C. C. Pell; (1931) S. G. Mortimer: (1932,

Cynwyd. Pa. 1933) C. C. Pell; (1934) J. R. Leonard; (1935) H. D.

National Professional Singles-L. Cummings, New

York City.
Sheldon; (1936) C. Ć. Pell, Sr., (1938), (1939)
Robert Grant III; (1940) J. R. Leonard; (1941)

SQUASH TENNIS
Robert Grant III.

National Singles-J. J. Lordi, New York City. National Doubles Champions (1927) C. C. Pell and S. G. Mortimer; (1928) J. C. F. Simpson and

COURT TENNIS C. N. Bruce (Eng.); (1929) C. C. Pell and S. G. National Singles-A. B. Martin, New York City. Mortimer; (1930) Lord Aberdare and Dr. W. H. National Doubles-R. Grant III and O. Phipps. Leatham; (1931) C. C. Pell and S. G. Mortimer; New York City.

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Hockey Winners in 1941 NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE peg: 1887-99, Victorias, Montreal; 1900, Shamrocks,

W L. T. Pts. Montreal; 1901, Victorias, Winnipeg: 1906, Kenora Boston

27 8 13 67 Thistles; 1906-08, Wanderers; Montreal: 1909, OtToronto

28 14 6 62 tawa; 1910, Wanderers, Montreal: 1911, Ottawa: Detroit

21 16 11 53 1912-13, Victoria; 1914. Toronto: 1915, Vancouver: Rangers

19 8 50 1916, Canadiens, Montreal: 1917, Seattle: 1918, Chicago

16 25 7 39 Arenas, Toronto, 1919, Seattle and Canadiens (tie): Canadiens

16 26 6 38 1920-21. Ottawa, 1922, St. Patricks, Toronto: 1923 Americans

8 29 11 27 Ottawa; 1924, Canadiens, Montreal, 1925, Victoria PLAY-OFF RESULTS

Victoria, B. C.; 1926, Montreal Maroons; 1927. Series A-Boston defeated Toronto 4 games to 3

Ottawa: 1928. N Y Rangers; 1929. Boston Bruins; to win place in Stanley Cup final.

1930, Canadiens, Montreal; 1931, Canadiens, Mon. Series B-Detroit deteated New York Rangers

treal; 1932, Toronto Mapleleafs; 1933, N. Y. Rangtwo games to one.

ers, 1934, Chicago Black Hawks: 1935. Montreal Series C-Chicago defeated Montreal Canadiens

Maroons; 1936, Detroit Red Wings: 1937, Detroit two games to one.

Red Wings; 1938. Chicago Black Hawks: 1939. Series D-Detroit defeated Chicago two straight

Boston Bruins; 1940, New York Rangers; 1941. games.

Boston Bruins.
STANLEY CUP FINALS

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE

Cleveland won
Boston vs. Detroit

Western division play-off and (Best four of seven games)

Hershey (Pa.) Eastern. Cleveland won international

final 3 games to 2. April 6- Boston 3, Detroit 2.

OTHER HOCKEY RESULTS April 8-Boston 2. Detroit 1.

National A. A. U. Championship won by St. April 10- Boston 4, Detroit 2.

Nicholas H. C., New York, defeating Clinton (N.Y.) April 12-Boston 3, Detroit 1.

team in final 10 to 3. Boston defeated Detroit four straight games. Canadian Senior Amateur Champiopship and Total goals: Boston 12; Detroit 6.

Allen Cup won by Regina (Sask.) Rangers, Western Stanley Cup Champions--1894, Montreal A. A, A.; finalists, defeating Sidney (N. S.) Millionaires, 1895, Victorias, Montreal; 1896, Victorias, Winni- Eastern finalists, in play-ofl.

Golf Records

AMERICAN (UNITED STATES) GOLF CHAMPIONS
National National Nat'l Women's

National National Nat'l Women's
Yr. Open
Amateur Amateur Yr. Open

Amateur Amateur 1916 Ch. Evans, Jr. . Ch. Evans. Jr Alexa Stirling. 1929 R. T. Jones, Jr. H.R. Jon'n. Jr. Glenna Collett 1917 J. Hutchison... No match.... No match. 1930 R T. Jones, Jr.. R. T Jones, Jr.. Glenna Collett 1918 No match. No match.... No match.

1931 Wm. Burke.... Fr. Ouimet Helen Hicks 1919 W C. Hagen... S D. Herron.. Alexa, Stirling. 1932 Gene Sarazen..C.R.Somerville Virg. Van Wle. 1920 Edw. Ray..... Ch.Evans, Jr. Alexa, Stirling. 1933 John Goodman. G, Dunlap, Jr. Virg. Van Wie. 1921 Jas. Barnes.. T.Guilford.... M. Hollins 19340. Dutra.. W.L, Little, Jr. Virg. Van Wie. 1922 G.Sarazen.. J. Sweetser.. Glenna Collett 1935 S. Parks, Jr., W.L. Little, Jr. Glenna C. Vare. 1923 R. T. Jones, Jr. M. R. Marston E. Cummings 1936 Tony Manero.. John Fischer.. Pamela Barton 1924 C. Walker. R. T. Jones, Jr. Mrs. D. C. Hurd 1937 R. Guldahl. J. Goodman.. Mrs. E. L. Page. 1925 W- Macfarlane. R. T. Jones, Jr. Glenna Collett 1938 R. Guldahl W. Turnesa... Miss P. Berg 1926 R. T. Jones, Jr..G. Von Elm ... Mrs. G. Stetson 1939 *B. Nelson.. M. Ward.. Miss B. Jameson 1927 T. Armour. R. T. Jones, Jr. Mrs. M. Horn 1940 + L. Little.. R. Chapman.. Miss B. Jameson 1928 T. Farrell.. R. T. Jones, Jr. Glenns Collett 1941/C. Wood M. Ward. Mrs. F Newell

*Won in 36-hole play-off from C. Wood.
Won in 36-hole play-off from Gene Sarazen.

AMERICAN SECTIONAL GOLF CHAMPIONS
Western Amateur

Metropolitan Amateur Year

Western
Open

Men
Women

Men

Women 1916...W. Hagen... Hein. Schmidt.. Mrs. F. C. Letts... Osw. Kirkby. Mrs. Q. F. Feitner. 1917. J. M. Barnes. Fr. Quimet.

Mrs. F. C. Letts...

Mrs. W. A. Gavin. 1918. No match. No match.. El. Rosenthal

Mrs. L. C. Stockton. 1919. J. M. Barnes. H. G. Legg.

Mrs. Perry Fisk. Osw. Kirkby Marion Hollins. 1920... J. Hutchinson. Ch. Evans, Jr. Mrs. F. C. Letts, Jr. E. Sawyer.

Mrs. Q. F Feltner. 1921... W. Hagen.. Ch. Evans, Jr.. Mrs. Melvin Jones. G. A. White. Mrs. W. A. Gavin. 1922... M. Brady.

Ch. Evans, Jr... Mrs. D. Gault..... J. Sweetser.. Alexa. Stirling. 1923... J Hutchinson. Ch. Evans, Jr.. Miss M. Burns. F. W. Dyer.

Alexa, Stirling. 1924... W. Mehlhorn.. H. R. Johnston... Miss E, Cummings. W. M. Reekie. Miss M. Holline. 1925...M. Smith,

K. Carter
Miss S. L. Reinhart J. Sweetser

Miss M. R. Jenney. 1926... W. Hagen..

F. Dolp....

Miss D. Page... W. M. Reekie. Miss M. Orcutt. 1927... W. Hagen... B. Stein.

Mrs. H. Pressler... E. Driggs.

Miss M. Orcutt. 1928... A. Espinosa. Frank Dolp. Mrs. H. Pressler... G. Homans.

Miss M. Orcutt. 1929... T. Amour..

D. Moe.

Mrs. O. S. Hill.... M.J. McCarthy.Jr. Miss M. Orcutt. 1930... Gene Sarazen J. Lehman.

Mrs. G. W. Tyson. M.J. McCarthy, Jr. Miss M. Parker. 1931... E. Dudley.,

D. Moe

Mrs. 0. S. Hii... Leonard Martin.. Ming H. Hicks. 1932... W. Hagen

G. Moreland. Mrs. O.S. HII.. T. Taylor .. Miss M, Parker 1933... MacD. Smith. J. Westland. Miss L. Robinson. M. J. Stuart.. Miss Helen Hicks. 1934... H, Cooper

z. Eaton.

Miss V. Van Wle.. T. S. Tailer. Miss M. Orcutt. 1935., John Revolta. C. Yates.

Miss M, Miley.. J. E. Parker. Mrs. J. Thorne 1936.. R. Guldahl.

P. Leslie..

Miss D. Traung. G. T. Dunlop, jr. Mrs. H. H. Dietrich 1937 R. Guldahl

W. Wehrl..

Miss M. Mlley. W. Turnesa.. Mrs. M. Turple 1938. R, Guldahl

R. Babbish.
Miss P. Bers. F. Strafaci.

Miss M. Orcutt 1939 B. Nelson

H. Todd.

Miss E. Hicks.. F. Stralaci. Mrs. McNaughton 1940. J. Demaret.

M. Ward
Miss B. Jameson. J. P. Burke

Miss M. Orcutt 1941... E. Oliver

M. Ward
Mrs. R. Mann M. Gestode

Mrs. C. Leichter
Metropolitan
Trans-

Eastern
Year
Open
Mississippi
Southern

Women's 1916. W.C. Hagen.

H. G. Legg..

R. G. Bush, Jr.. Mrs. W. A. Gavin. 1917

S. W. Reynolds.

R. T. Jones, Jr.. 1918.

G. L. Conley 1919, Walter C. Hagen. Vels. Whitney

Francis Ouimet

Mrs. R. H Barlow. 1920. Walter C. Hagen

Robert McKee.

R. T. Jones, Jr.. Mrs. R. H. Barlow, 1921 Bob MacDonald. Geo. Von Elm.

Perry Adair.

Mrs. C. H. Vanderbeck, 1922 Martin O'Loughlin. R. E. Knepper.

R. T. Jones, Jr..

Mlgg G, Collett. 1923. Bob MacDonald. E. Held

Perry Aduir

Miss G, Collett. 1924 M, J. Brady.

J. Manion.

Henry R. Wenzler. Mise G, Collett.
1925
Gene Sarazen.
C. Wollt...
G. Crismann,

Migg M. Orcutt. 1926. Macdonald Smith. E. Held..

E. Spicer.

Mrs. G. H. Stetson. 1927 Johany Farrell,

John Goodman.
H. Ehle.

Miss G. Collett. 1928. Tominy Armour.. A. Bartlett.

G. Watt..

Miss G. Collett. 1929. Bill Mehlhorn...

R. McCrary.
S. Perry

Miss M. Orcutt. 1930. Willie Mucfarlane. R. McCrary

E, Spicer

Miss F. Williams. 1931 Macdonald Smith John Goodinan.

C. Harris.

Miss H. Hicks. 1932. Olin Dutra

G. Moreland.
S. Perry

Mrs. G. C. Vare. 1933. Willie Macfarlane. G. Moreland..

R. Redmond..

Miss C, Glutting
1934
Paul Runyan.
L. Hamman.
F. Hass, Jr..

Miss M. Orcutt.
1935
Henry Picard.
John Goodman.
R. F Riegal.

Mrs. G. C. Vare 1936. Byron Nelson.

J. Dawson
J. Munger

Miss E. Quier
1937
J. Hines.
D. Schumacher.

E Hass, Jr

Miss C. Glutting 1938 J. Hines

Y. Savage
C. M. Dane

Miss M. Orcutt 1939. H. Picard

C. Harbert..
B. Dunkelberger

Mrs. Warren Beard 1940. C. Wood.

A. Doering
N. White.

Miss G. Amory 1941 Not played

F. Stranahan..
S. Perry

Mr. H. McNaughton
BRITISH AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONS
Year Winner
Year Winner

Year
Winner

Year Winner 1920. C. Tolley. 1926. J. Sweetser (U S.) 1932. J. DeForest.

1937. R. Sweeney 1921 W. Hunter 1927 DI, W, TW eleli. 1933. M. Scott

1938. C. Yates (U.S.) 1922. E. W Holderness 1929. T P. Perkins 1934 W.L Little, Jr.U.S.) 1939 A. Kyle 1923 R Wethered 1929 C. Tolley

1935 W.L. Little Jr.(U.S.) 1940. Not played--war 1924. E. W. Holderness, 1930 R.T.Jones, Jr.(U.S.) 1936. H. Thompson. 1941. Not played War 1925. R. Harris.

1931. JE M. Smith.

BRITISH WOMEN OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONS Year Winner Year Winner Year Winner

Year Winner 1920. ICecil Leitch. 1926. Cecil Leitch 1932 Enid Wilson.

1937 Miss J. Anderson 1921. Cecil Leitch. 1927 Mlie S. LaChaumell 1933 Enid Wilson

1938 Mr. H. Holm 1922. J. Wethered

1928. Mlle. L. Le Blan. 1934. Mr. A. Holme. 1939. Miss Par Barton 1923.D Chambers. 1929. Joyce Wethered. 1935 Miss W Morgan 1910 Not played war 1924. J. Wethered.

1930. Diana Fishwick 1936. Miss Pam. Barton 1941, Not played war 1925. J. Wethered

1931. Enid Wilson.

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1921 Walter Hagen
1927 Walter Hagen
1932. Olin Dutra

1937 Denny Shute 1922 Gene Sarazen 1928. Leo Diegel 1933. Gene Sarazen

1938. Paul Runyan 1923. Gene Sarazen 1929. Leo Diegel

1934. Paul Runyan 1939 Henry Picard 1924. Walter Hagen 1930. Tom Armour

1935. Johnny Revolta 1940 Byron Velson 1925. Walter Hagen 1931. Tom Creavy

1936. Denny Shute

1941. Vic Ghezzi 1926. Walter Hagen

Hole-in-One Golf Play for Ten Years The tenth annual Hole-in-One golf tournamentN.Y., 1941, Bayside Golf Club. of the New York World - Telegram was held (August, The figures on the 1941 play: 1941) and recorded an ace, the fourth in the history

On In of the event. Before the tenth tournament started

Players Shots Green Circle Closest the odds for an ace were 8,720 to I, but the end of Forest Hill F.C., Aug. 4 180 900 385 45 1 foot ten years' play saw the percentage change to 7,595 Leewood G. C., Aug. 5 235 1175 547 52 12 ins. to 1. Play was held on the Forest Hill Field Club, Bayside G, C., Aug. 10 66 330 151 32 Ace Bloomfield, N. J.; Leewood Golf Club. Crestwood. Bayside G. C., Aug. 11 154 770 303 35 11 ins. N. Y., and Bayside Golf Club, Bayside, N. Y. TO Bayside G. C., Aug. 12 209 1045 518 64

12 ins. be eligible for the tournament the contestant must have made an ace in regular golf play.

Winners of the tournaments are:
The statistical record of the tournament follows: 1932-At Salisbury-John Milkrut.

1933--At Salisbury--Jack Hagen.
No. of No. of On
In

1934-At Salisbury-Ed Searle. Year Players Shots Green Circle Closest

1935--At Salisbury--Ed Searle. 1932 217 1,085 287 27 2 feet, 1 inch 1936--At Bayside-Dell Sharbutt; at Orassy 1933 340 1,700 743 61 Ace

Sprain, Tom Robbins; at Forest Hill Field Club. 1934 447 2.235

851 62 1 foot, 5 inches Bill Malcolm. 1935 477 2,385 656 89 812 inches

1937-At Bayside-Stanley Remson; at Leewood, 1936 645 3,225 1,187 100 4 inches

T. Arthur Menzel; at Forest Hill Field Club. 1937 680 3,400 1,333 107 2 Aces

Franklin Shriver. 1938 742 3,710 1,618 149 5 inches

1938---At Bayside--Jack Hagen; at Leewood, Tom 1939 812 4,060 1,719 136 2 ft. 112 ins. McNamara; at Forest Hills Field Club, Tom Mc1940 872 4,360 1.749 168 * 11 inches

Walters. 1941 844 4.220 1,904 228

Ace

1939-At Bayside, Dr. Matthew Feinman: at Lee

wood, Frank Vassak; at Forest Hill Field Club, Jim Totals 6,076 30,380 12,047 1,127

Barnes. *Tie for first place.

1940- At Forest Hill, Ralph M. Watt, Montclair,

N. J.; at Leewood, Mrs. J. J. Lawlor, New Rochelle, Four aces have been scored in ten years: Jack N. Y and Howard Schanzer, tied for first; at Hagen, Oceanside, N. Y pro, 1933, Bayside; Frank Bayside, C. F. Bruns. Woodhaven, N. Y. S. Shriver, Chester, N. Y., 1937, Forest Hill Field 1941-At Forest Hill, Andy La Pola, Paterson. Club; T. Arthur Menzel, Stamford, Conn.. 1937, N. J.; at Leewood, Johnny Vasco, Ossining, N. Y.; Leewood Golf Club; and Oscar Goess. Bellmore, at Bayside, Oscar Goess, Bellmore, N. Y.

OTHER GOLF RESULTS National Public Parks Championship--William Newton, Mass., 3 up, 18 holes; lost to Ruth at New Welch, Houston, Texas, defeated J. Kerns, Denver, York, 1 up, 19 holes, and won the deciding match 6 and 5, at Spokane.

at Detroit, 3 and 2, 18 holes. United

Eastern
Senior
States
Championship-A. H.

Golf Championship-
Intercollegiate

Won by Dartmouth from Princeton. Pierce, Brookline, Mass., with 157 for 36 holes at

Southern Intercollegiate Golf ChampionshipRye, N. Y.

Won by R. Brownell, Duke University. Ty Cobb vs. "Babe" Ruth Charity Exhibition- Western Conference Golf Championship-Won Match resulted in a victory for Cobb, who won at by Ohio State from Michigan.

Blind Men Play Over 6,718 Yard Golf Course for Title

Two blind men played over the 6,718-yard course 4s for pars. Neither required more than 9 for any of the Northland Golf club at Duluth, Minn. (Aug.

hole. Russell won the match 2 up. retaining his 28, 1941) for the world's blind golf championship. championship: His total score was 112 agaipst

Shannon's 115. They were Clint Russell, a Duluth business man,

The eyes of the blind men were their profesthe defending champion, and Marvin Shannon,

sionals. The pros described the lie of the ball, and a lawyer of Fort Worth, Tex.

the distance and height of the shot required. The A high wind which cut down long drives handi- player selected his own club, and the professional capped the contestants, yet each scored accurate placed the clubhead in the proper direction, Actual drives and sank long puts that brought cheers driving, chipping, putting and the like were up to from a large gallery. Both scored several 35 and the blind golfer.

World's Swimming Records
Accepted by International Swimming Federation as of April, 1940

FREE STYLE (MEN)

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U. S. A....
51 s

April 5, 1927 Ann Arbor
U.S. A
56.4 s.

Feb 11, 1936 New Haveu
U. SA 2 m. 07.2 s April 12, 1935 Chicago.
U.S. A 2 m. 07.9 s. April 12, 1935 Chicago.
U.S. A 3 m. 04.4 s. April 10, 1935 Chicago.
U.S.A. 3 m. 21.6 s. April 11, 1935 Chicago.
U.S. A 4 m. 38.7 8. Aug. 30, 1934 Honolulu.
U. S. A 4 m. 40.8 s. Aug. 30, 1934 Honolulu
U.S. A 5 m. 16.3 s. April 6, 1935 New York
U.S. A..

April 3, 1938 Miami, Fla..
Japan 9 m. 55.8 s... Sept. 15. 1935 Tokyo..
U.S. A. 10 m. 07.6 s.. July 7, 1935 Detroit.
U.S.A 11 m. 37.4 s.. July 29, 1933 Portland.
Japan 12 m. 33.8s... Aug. 10, 1938 Tokyo,
Japan 18 m. 58.8 8.. Aug. 10, 1938 Tokyo.
U.S.A.. 20 m. 57.8 8. July 6, 1934 Chicago.

BREAST STROKE (MEN)

25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 25 y. 50 in. 55 y. 55 y. 50 m. 50 m. 55 y.

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100 yards. R. R. Hough.. U. S. A.... 1 m. 00.6 s.. Apr. 15, 1939 New Haven.. 100 meters. R. R. Hough.. U.S. A 1 m. 07.3 s.. Apr. 15, 1939 New Haven. 200 yards.. R. R. Hough.. U.S. A. 2 m. 22 s.. Mar. 25, 1939 Ann Arbor.. 200 meters.. Jack Kasley.

U.S.A. 2 m. 37.2 s.. Mar. 28, 1936 New Haven.. 400 meters. A. Heina..

Germany 5 m. 43.8 s.. Feb. 10, 1938 Copenhagen 500 meters A. Heina..

Germany 7 m. 13 s. May 7, 1939, Solingen-Ohligs.

BACK STROKE (MEN) 100 meters A Kiefer..

U.S. A 1 m. 04.8 s Jan 18, 1936 Detroit.. 150 yards A. Kiefer.

U.S.A 1 m. 32.7 s April 2, 1936 Chicago. 200 meters A. Kiefer

U.S. A 2 m. 24 s. April 11, 1935 Chicago. 400 meters A. Kiefer,

U.S. A 15 m. 13.4 $ Sept. 10, 1936 Copenhagen.

KELAY (MEN) 400 yd. relay... New York A. C...JU. S. A... 3 m. 31.3 s... Mar. 31, 1939 Columbus.

(Th. McDermott, J. Reilly, P. Fick,

W. Spence) 400 m, relay... National Team .... U. S. A. ...13 m. 59.2 s... Aug. 20, 1938 Berlin.

(Hirose, Jaretz,

Woll, Fick) 800 yd. relay... Yale Univ

U. S. A...8 m. 24.3 s... June 9, 1936 New Haven..
(P. Bruckel, R.
Cooke, N. Hoyt,

J. Macionis)
800 m. relay... National Team .... Japan ..... 8 m. 51.5 s... Aug. 11, 1936 Berlin ....

(Yusa, Sugiura, Aral, Taguchi)

FREE STYLE (WOMEN) 100 yards. R. Hveger

Denmark..59.7 s.

Feb. 19, 1939 Aarhus, Den .. 100 meters. W. DenOuden. Holland 1 m. 4.6 $... Feb. 27, 1936 Amsterdam 200 meters. R. Hveger

Denmark 2 m. 21.7 s.. Sept. 11, 1938 Aarhus. 220 yards. R. Hveger

Denmark 2 m, 22.6 s.. Apr. 23, 1939, Copenhagen, 300 yards. R. Hveger

Deninark.. 3 m, 25.6 s.. Oct. 2, 1938 Copenhagen, 300 meters R. Hveger

Denmark.. 3 m, 46.9 s.. Jan. 23, 1938 Copenhagen. 400 meters. R. Hveger

Denmark..5 m. 6.1 s.. Aug 1, 1938 Copenhagen. 440 yards.. R. Hveger

Denmark..5 m. 12.8 s.. Dec. 12, 1937 Copenhagen. 500 yards. R. II veger

Denmark..5 m. 57.9 s.. Aug. 31, 1937 Aarhus .. 500 meters. F. Carven.

Belgium.. 6 m, 28.4 8... Jan. 3, 1940 Ostend 800 meters. R. Hveger

Denmark .. 11 m. 11.7 ... July 3, 1936 Copenhagen. 880 yards. R. Hveger

Denmark 11 m. 16.1 s.. Feb. 28, 1937 Stockholm. 1000 yards. R Hveger

Denmark.. 12 m. 36 s. ... Sept. 4, 1938 Helsingfors. 100 meters. R. Hveger

Denmark 14 m. 12.3 8.. Feb. 28, 1937 Stockholm, 1500 meters.. R. Hveger

Denmark 21 m. 45.7 s.. July 3, 1938 Helsingfors.
I mile.
R Hveger

Denmark.. 23 m. 11.5 s.. July 3. 1938 Helsingfors. 400 yard relay Denmark National Team

4 m. 08.1 8... Apr. 23, 1939 Denmark
(K Ove Petersen, B. Ove Peter-
sen, N. Hymne Jensen, E.

Michelsen
400 meter relay (E. Arndt, G. Kraft, Denmark .. 4 m. 27.6 s... Aug. 7, 1938 Copenhagen.

B. Ove Petersen,
R. Hveger)

BREAST STROKE (WOMEN) 100 yards. A. Styl

Holland 1 m. 13 s. Jan 12, 1940 Amsterdam 100 meters H. Holzner,

Germany 1 m. 20.2 s.. Mar. 12, 1936 Plauen. 200 yards. J. Waalberg

Holland 2 m. 40.3 8.. July 11, 1939 Amsterdam
M. Lenk,

Brazil 2 m. 56 8. 200 ineters.

Nov. 8. 1939 Rio De Janeiro 400 meters. M. Lenk,

Brazil.. 6 m. 15.8 s... Oct. 11, 1939 Rio De Janeiro 500 meters. I. Sorenson, Denmark ..17 m. 58.8 s... Feb. 26, 1939 Copenhagen.

BACK STROKE (WOMEN) 100 yards. C. Kint

Holland 1 m. 05.1 s.. Sept. 18, 1939 Rotterdam. 100 meters. C. Kint.

Holland.. 1 m. 10.9 9.. Sept. 22, 1939 Rotterdam. 150 yards. C. Kint.

Holland 1 m. 42.1 s... Sept. 29, 1939 Rotterdain. 200 meters C. Kint.

Holland. 2 m. 38.8 s.. Nov. 26, 1939 Rotterdamu. 400 meters. J. van Feggelen

Holland. 5 m. 41.4 s.. Feb. 13, 1938 Amsterdam

RELAY (WOMEN) 4x100 meters.,, Ilolland

4 m. 32.8 8... May 24, 1936 Rotterdam.
(Selbach-Mastenbrock-
Wagner-Den Ouden)

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