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12:14:0526, an average of 63.35 miles an hour. Naz made by the Locomobile. The twenty-four-hour zaro was second and Clement third. There were races run in 1907 resulted as follows: thirty-two starters. In 1907 the race was short Place.

Winner.

Mileage. ened from two days to one day, the distance be. Philadelphia ..... ..... Autocar.....

... 837 ing 478 3-10 miles. Nazzaro of Italy in a Fiat *Detroit ...

.... Ford (six-cylinder)...1,135 was the winner in 6:46:33, with Szisz of France *Minneapolis

Locomobile

1,037 in a Renault second and Baras of France in a St. Louis......

Jackson

833 Brasier third.

* Chicago .....

Thomas

846 Brighton Beach... . Thomas

997 OTHER EUROPEAN ROAD RACES.

Morris Park...

Renault

,079 In addition to the Grand Prix in France and the Philadelphia

Lozier

717 Emperor's cup race in Germany there were sev *Milwaukee ...

.. Locomobile .....1,149 eral other important road contests in Europe dur Morris Park... .......Fiat ............

984 ilg 1907. The Florio Targa, a 290-mile race run in Italy, was won by Nazzaro in a Fiat in 8:17:36, ONE-MILE CIRCULAR-TRACK RECORD. with Lancia of Italy second in a Fiat and Fabry of Italy third in an Itala.

Twice in 1907 was the one-mile record on a cir

There were two races for the Tourist trophy in England, one for heavy

cular track beaten. The record was :53, held by touring cars. The Tourist trophy proper was won

Barney Oldfield in a Peerless Green Dragon. Walby E. Curtis in a Rover, who covered 2415 miles

ter Christie in a front-drive racer of his own dein 8:23:27. The heavy touring car race was won

sign cut this to :52 at Minneapolis Sept. 7 and by G. P. Mills in a Beeston-Humber, who did 201

Oct. 17 this was reduced to :5135 by Louis Strang, miles in 7:11:01. In these two races each car was

driving the Christie, at Birmingham, Ala. The

fastest track mile is :48%. made at Morris Park, allowed a certain quantity of gasoline with which

New York, in 1905, by Webb Jay in a White to cover the distance. Only two finished in each

steamer. This mark was not accepted because race. The Sportive Commission cup race, run in

there is only one turn in the track. France at the same time as the Grand Prix, was won by De Langhe of Frauce in a Darracq. Two

OTHER SPEED RECORDS. styles of races were held on the Ardennes circuit Several world's records were broken at the anin Belgium, the one under Emperor's cup rules | nual automobile races on the Ormond-Daytona being won by Brabazon in a Minerva, who coy beach course in Florida Jan. 23-30, 1906. The folered 375 miles in 6:14:05, and the one under Grand lowing table shows the best performances at the Prix rules was captured by De Caters in a Mer meeting:

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Driver.
Car.

Date.
Marriott... ..Stanley...

Jan. 26, 1906
Hemery.
Darracq..

Dec. 30, 1905
Marriott..

..Stanley...... ..Jan. 26, 1906 H. L. Bowden.... Mercedes...

Jan. 31, 1905
Demogeot
Darracq,

Jan. 29, 1906
Marriott.

Stanley..

..Jan. 27, 1906 Macdonald. .. Napier...

. Jan. 31, 1905 Lancia......

Fiat.

.....Jan. 27, 1906 Earp ...... .....Napier.....

Jan. 27, 1906 .. ... Fletcher .......De Dietrich...... ...Jan. 30, 1905

cedes in 6:29:10. The Liederkerke cup, also in

THE GLIDDEN TOUR. Belgium, was won by Porliet in a Minerva, who did 325 miles in 6:40:11. The Press cup in France

The 1907 tour of the American Automobile assowas won by Renaux in a Peugeot, who did 250

ciation from Cleveland to Chicago to New York miles in 4:32:00. The Florio cup race under Em

was a team competition instead of an individual peror's cup rules was won by Minoia of Italy in

test. Nine teams, representing that many clubs an Isotta Fraschini, who covered 304 miles in

affiliated with the association, competed, the tro4:39:54. Under the Grand Prix rules Cagno of

phy being won by the Automobile Club of Buffalo Italy in an Itala won in 4:37:36.

with 98145 points; the Pittsburg Automobile club

was second with 97742; the New York Motor club VANDERBILT CUP RACE.

third with 683 4 110; the Westchester Automobile The last race for the Vanderbilt cup was run

club fifth with 620 1-3; the Automobile Club of Saturday, Oct. 13, 1906, over a Long Island course America sixth with 49812; the Cleveland Automobeginning and ending at a point near Westbury. bile club seventh with 483 5-9; the Chicago AutoIt was 29.7 miles long and was covered ten times, mobile club eighth with 240 1-7 and the Detroit making the total distance 297 miles. The winner Automobile club ninth with no points. The cars was Louis Wagner of France, driving a 110-horse making perfect scores in the Glidden cup run were: power Darracq. His time was 4:50:10%, making R. D. Garden, Pierce-Arrow, New York; G. S. his average speed 61.41 miles an hour. Lancia of Salzman, Thomas, Buffalo; Montgomery Hallowell, Italy in an Itala was second in 4:53:28%, and Duray Thomas, Buffalo; P. S. Flinn, Pierce-Arrow, Pittsof France third in 4:53:4445. Albert Clement of burg; F. S. Dey, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo; G. A. France and Jenatzy of Germany were fourth and

Weidely, Premier, A. C. A.; H. H. Perkins, Pack. fifth respectively. There were eighteen starters.

ard, Pittsburg; A. Kumpf, Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo; The record to date:

G. P. Moore, Welch, Pittsburg; E. S. Lea, Val.

Miles. H.M.S. ter, New York: R. M. Owen, Reo, A. C. A.; 1904-George Heath, France..........302.4 5:26:45

A. N. Jervis, Berliet, New York; R. H. Tucker, 1905–Hemery, France..................283 4:36:08

Royal Tourist, Cleveland; Walter C. White, White 1906-Louis Wagner, France...........297 4:50:1025

Cleveland: A. J. Scaife, White, New York; C. H. 1907-No race.

Burman, Peerless, Cleveland; W. C. Straub, PeerTWENTY-FOUR-HOUR RECORDS.

less, Cleveland; Edward Noble, Haynes, Chicago.

In connection with this tour there was a contest The world's record for twenty four hours is 1,581

for the Hower trophy for roadsters in which the miles 1,310 yards, an average pace of 65.9 miles

White steamer and a Stoddard-Dayton tied with an hour, made June 28-29, 1907, by S. F. Edge in a perfect scores. The White won the run-off. There six-cylinder Napier on the three and one-quarter were eighty-two entries and seventy-four starters, mile cement track at Weybridge, England. Dur-| forty-seven of the starters being Glidden contesting the year there were run in the United States

ants, fourteen Hower trophy cars and sixteen nonten twenty-four-hour races, five of them single-car

contestants. events and the other five relay or team races in which two cars of the same make constituted a

CHICAGO-NEW YORK RECORD, team. The single-car competition mark stands The record by automobile between Chicago and at 1.079 miles and is held by the Renault; the New York is 39:53:00. It was made by a Franklin against-time record is held by the National at twenty-eight horse-power runabout Aug. 21-22, 1907. 1,0941 miles, while the relay record is 1,146 miles, The route followed was via Elkhart, Cleveland,

The re Winner. sth. France...

Erie, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Utica, Newburgh brook, won; F. S. Douglas, Fairfield, runner-up and along the east side of the Hudson to New Low score in qualifying round, C. B. Macdonald York. The distance was 1,050 miles. The previous Chicago, 168. Thirty-two qualified. record was 56:58:00, also made by a Franklin, a 1900-At Garden City-W. J. Travis, Garden City six-cylinder car.

won; F. S. Douglas, Fairfield, runner-up. Low

score in qualifying round, W. J. Travis, 166 CHICAGO COMPETITIONS.

Thirty-two qualified. During 1907 four road competitions were held by 1901-At Atlantic City-W. J. Travis, won; Walte, the Chicago Motor club-a reliability test of 175 E. Egan, Onwentsia, runner-up. Low score ir miles around the Chicago-Waukegan-McHenry-El qualfying round, W. J. Travis, 157. Thirty-tw gin-Aurora course; a hill climb at Algonquin, ill.; qualified. a 95-mile economy test to Valparaiso and return 1902-At Glen View. Ill.-L. N. James, Glen View and an economy test for the Silent Knight trophy won; E. M. Byers, Allegheny, runner-up. Low to New Carlisle, Ind.. and return. The results score in qualifying round, G. Å. Ormiston, Pitts were as follows:

burg, and W. J. Travis tied at 79, the latter Reliability run, June 28—Ninety-five entered, winning the play-off. Sixty-four qualified at 1 eighty-six started, seventy-five finished and fifty holes. five had perfect scores.

1903—At Nassau, L. I.-W. J. Travis, Garden City Hill climb at Algonquin, Ill.. Aug. 9. 1907-Class won; E. M. Byers, Allegheny, runner-up. AL 1, won by Autocar; class 2, won by Buick; class 3, match play. won by Columbia; class 4. won by Moon; class 5, 1904–At Short Hills, N. J.-H. Chandler Egan. won by Pierce-Arrow; class 6. free-for-all, Stearns Exmoor Country club, won; Frederick Herreskoti six-cylinder and Apperson Jack Rabbit tied.

Brooklyn, runner-up. Low score in qualifying Economy run to Valparaiso and return, 95 miles round, H. C. Egan, 242 for 54 holes. Sixty-foui Won by Henry Paulman's Pierce-Arrow; fuel con qualified. sumption, 4 gallons 2 quarts 11 ounces.

1905–At Wheaton, Ill.-H. Chandler Egan, Exmoor, Silent Knight trophy economy run to New Car won; D. E. Sawyer, Wheaton, runner-up. Low lisle, Ind., and return, 196 miles-Won by Henry score in qualifying round, Dr. D. P. Fredericks, Paulman's Pierce-Arrow; fuel consumption, 12 gal. 155 for 36 holes. Thirty-four qualified. lons 1536 ounces.

1906-At Englewood, N. J.-Eben M. Byers of Pittsburg won; George D. Lyon of Toronto, Ont., run

ner-up. Low score in qualifying round, W. J. GOLF.

Travis, 152 for 36 holes. "Thirty-two qualified. AMERICAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP.

1907-At Cleveland, 0.-Jerome D. Travers of Mont

Clair, N. J., won; Archie Graham of North Jer. Alec Ross of the Brae Burn club won the open sey runner-up. Low score in qualfying round, W. golf championship of America June 20-21, 1907, on J. Travis, 146 for 36 holes. Thirty-two qualified. the links of the Philadelphia Cricket club, with a score of 302 strokes for the 72 holes. Gilbert C.

WESTERN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. Nicholls of Woodland was second with 304 and Robert Simpson of the Omaha Country club won Alec Campbell of Brookline, Mass., third with the western open golf championship at the tour305. The record:

nament held on the links of the Hinsdale Golf 1894-Willie Dunn (New York), St. Andrew's links,

club, June 27-28, 1907, with a score of 307 in the won by 2 up.

72-hole medal play competition. Willie Anderson 1895-H. Rawlins (Newport), Newport links, 173. of the Apawa mis club and Fred McLeod of thie 1896—James Foulis (Chicago), Shinnecock Hills, 152. Midlothian club tied for second place with a score 1897–Joe Lloyd (Essex), Wheaton links, 162.

of 309. Championship record: 1898--Fred Herd (Washington park), Myopia links, 1899---Will Smith (Midlothian). Glen View. 328.

1900-No championship meet held. 1899-W. Smith (Midlothian). Baltimore links, 315.

1901-Lawrence Auchterlonie (Glen View), Mid1900-H. Vardon (Ganton, England), Wheaton links, lothian, 160. 313.

1902-Willie Anderson (Pittsfield), Euclid, 299. 1901-Willie Anderson (Pittsfield, Mass.), Myopia 1903-Alexander Smith (Nassau), Milwaukee, 318 (72 links, 331.

holes). 1902–Lawrence Auchterlonie (Glen View), Garden 1904-Willie Anderson (Apawamis), Kent Country City links, 307.

(Grand Rapids, Mich.), 304. 1903--Willie Anderson (Apa wamis), Baltusrol links, 1905-Arthur Smith (Columbus, O.). Cincinnati, 278. 307.

1906-Alexander Smith (Nassau), Homewood, 306. 1904– Willie Anderson (Apawamis), Glen View, 303. 1907-Robert Simpson (Omaha), Hinsdale, Ill., 307. 1905-Willie Anderson (Åpawamis), Myopia links,

WESTERN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. 314. 1906-Alexander Smith (Nassau), Onwentsia links, The ninth amateur championship tournament of 295.

the Western Golf association took place on the 1907–Alec Ross (Brae Burn), Philadelphia Cricket links of the Wheaton (111.) Golf club, Aug. 6-10, club, 302.

1907. It was won for the fourth time by H. ChanAMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP.

dler Egan of the Exmoor club by 5 up, 4 to play.

The runner-up was Herbert F. Jones of the Wheat. Jerome D. Travers of Mont Clair, N. J., won the on club. Championship record to date: American amateur golf championship at Cleve. 1899-David R. Forgan (Onwentsia), Glen View, 6 land, O., July 9-13, 1907, by defeating Archie Gra up. ham of North Jersey 6 up and 5 to play. The rec 1900-Wm. Waller (Onwentsia), Lake Forest, 1 up. ord:

1901-Phelps B. Hoyt (Glen View), Midlothian, 6 up. 1894–At Newport, R. I.-W. G. Lawrence, New 1902-H. C. Egan (Exmoor), Wheaton, 1 up. port, medal play, 188.

1903-Walter E. Egan (Exmoor), Cleveland, 1 up. 1895–At Newport Golf Club-C. B. Macdonald. Chi. 1904-H. C. Egan (Exmoor), Highland Park, 6 up,

cago Golf Club, won; C. E. Sands, St. Andrew's 5 to play. Golf club, runner-up.

1905-H. C. Egan (Exmoor), Glen View, 3 up and 2 1896–At Shinnecock Hills Golf Club-H. J. Whig to play. ham, Onwentsia, won; J. G. Thorp, Cambridge, 1906-D. E Sawyer (Wheaton). Glen Echo, 4-5. runner-up. Low score in qualifying round, H. J. 1907-H. Egan (Exmoor), Wheaton, 5 up, 4 to Whigham, 163. Sixteen qualified.

play. 1897-At Chicago Golf Club-H. J. Whigham, Onwentsia, won; W. R. Betts, Shinnecock Hills, BRITISH AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP. runner-up. Low score in qualifying round, II. J. Year. Winner.

Runner-Up. Whigham, 177. Sixteen qualified.

1886-H. Hutchinson...... Henry Lamb.......7 and 6 1898-Át Morris County, N. J.-F. S. Douglas, Fair 1887–H. Hutchinson...... John Ball, Jr...... 1 hole field, won: Walter B. Smith, Onwentsia, runner 1888-J. Ball. Jr...........J. E. Laidlay......5 and 4

. Low score in qualifying round, J. H. Choate, 1889-J. E. Laidlay........L. W. Balfour.....2 and 1 Jr., Stockbridge, 175. Thirty-two qualified.

1890-J. Ball, Jr.......... J. E. Laidlay......4 and 3 1999-At Onwentsia-H. M. Harriman, Meadow. I 1891--J. E. Laidlay....... II. II. IIilton...... 1 hole

1906–Mrs. Charles L. Dering (Midlothian), Exmoor,

1 up. 1907–Miss Lillian French (Windsor), Midlothian, 1 up.

EASTERN Miss Mary B. Adams of Wollaston won the women's eastern golf championship on the links of the Country club at Atlantic City, N. J., June 14, 1907, defeating Miss Fanny C. Osgood of Brookline, the title holder, in an extra-hole play-off.

NATIONAL Miss Margaret Curtis, representing the Essex Country club of Manchester, Mass., won the women's national golf championship of the United States, Oct. 12, 1907, on the links of the Midlothian Golf club, Chicago. Her sister, Harriet, winner of the championship in 1906. was the runnerup, and was defeated 7 up and 6 to play. Record to date: 1895–Beatrix Hoyt, on Meadowbrook Country club

links. 1896—Beatrix Hoyt, Morris Country club, 2 up, 1 to

play. 1897—Beatrix Hoyt, Essex County Country Club, 5

up, 4 to play. 1898-Beatrix Hoyt, Ardsley club, 5 up, 3 to play. 1899–Ruth Underhill, Philadelphia Country Club, ?

up, 1 to play. 1900-Frances Griscom, Shinnecock Hills, 6 up, 4 to

play. 1901-Genevieve Hecker, Baltusrol Golf club, 5 up,

3 to play. 1902-Genevieve Hecker, Brookline, 4 up, 3 to play. 1903-Bessie Anthony, Chicago Golf club, 7 up, 6 to

play. 1904-Georgeanna Bishop, Philadelphia, 5 up, 3 to

play. 1905-Pauline Mackay, Oakley Country club, 1 up. 1906–Harriet S. Curtis, Brae Burn Country club, 2

up, 1 to play. 1907–Margaret Curtis. Midlothian, 7 up, 6 to play.

Year. Winner.

Runner-Up. 1892--J. Ball, Jr.........., H. H. Hilton......3 and 1 1893-Peter Anderson..... J. E. Laidlay...... 1 hole 1894–J. Ball, Jr...

S. M. Ferguson.... 1 hole 1895-L. B. Melville.... J. Ball, Jr........ 1 hole 1896–F. G. Tait...

H. H. Hilton......8 and 7 1897—A, J. T. Allan J. Robb.............4 and 2 1898-F. G. Tait...

S. M. Ferguson....7 and 5 1899–J. Ball, Jr...... F. G. Tait.. ...*1 hole 1900-H. H. Hilton..... Robb......... ...8 and 7 1901-H. H. Hilton..... J. L. Low..... ... 1 hole 1902-C. Hutchings.. S. H. Fry..........

... 1 up 1903-R. Maxwell..

H. Hutchinson.....6 and 5 1904-W. J. Travis... E. Blackwell.......4 and 3 1905-A. G. Barry .... Hon. 0. Scott.... ..3 and 2 1906-James Robb..........C. C. Lengen......4 and 3 1907–J. Ball, Jr...... ... A. Palmer..........6 and 4 *After a tie.

BRITISH OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. 1890—*John Ball, Jr. (R. L. G. C.), Prestwick, 164, 1891-H. Kirkcaldy (St. Andrew's), St. Andrew's,

166. 1892—*H. H. Hilton (R. L. G. C.), Muirfield, 1305. 1893–W. Auchterlonie (St. Andrew's), Prestwick,

322. 1894–J. H. Taylor (Winchester), Sandwich, 325. 1895–J. H. Taylor (Winchester), St. Andrew's, 322 1896-H. Vardon (Scarborough), Muirfield, 316. 1897_*H. H. Hilton (R. L. G. C.), Muirfield, 305. 1898-H. Vardon (Scarborough), Prestwick, 307. 1899-H. Vardon (Ganton), Sandwich, 310. 1900-J. H. Taylor (Richmond), St. Andrew's, 309. 1901–James Braid (Romford), Muirfield, 309. 1902-Alex. Herd (Huddersfield), Hoylake, 307. 1903- Alex. Herd (Huddersfield). 1904–J. White (Sunningdale), Sandwich, 296. 1905-Jas. Braid (Walton Heath), St. Andrew's, 318. 1906-James Braid (Walton Heath), Muirfield, 300. 1907-Arnaud Massey (France), Hoylake, 317. *Amateur. † Changed to 72 holes.

THE OLYMPIC CUP. The Olympic cup, first contested for in St. Louis in 1904 at the world's fair Olympic games, was won by the Metropolitan Golf association team, led by J. D. Travers, on the links of the Euclid Golf club at Cleveland, O., July 8. 1907, with a total score of 641. The Western Golf association was second with 649. The record stands: · 1904-Western Golf association, 1,749.

1905- Western Pennsylvania, 655 for 36 holes. 1906– Western Golf association, 635 for 36 holes. 1907-Metropolitan Golf association, 641 for 36 holes. WESTERN PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

Fred McLeod of the Midlothian club won the third annual champonship tournament of the Western Professional Golfers' association on the Normandie club course at St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 20, 1907, by defeating Larry Auchterlonie by 2 points. The score of the winner was 305. Record of the event to date: 1905–Fred McLeod (Midlothian), Chicago Golf club,

4 up and 2 to play. 1906-w. c. Sherwood (Lakeside), Calumet Country

club, 1 up. 1907–Fred McLeod (Midlothian), Normandie club, St. Louis, Mo., 2 up. WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS.

WESTERN. Miss Lillian French of the Windsor Country club won the western golf championship for women at the annual tournament on the links of the Midlothian Country Club, Chicago, Aug. 26-30, 1907. by defeating Miss Sallie Ainslie of the Westward-Ho club by 1 up. Record of the event to date: 1901-Miss Bessie Anthony (Glen View), Onwentsia,

3 up, 1 to play. 1902– Miss Bessie Anthony (Glen View), Onwentsia,

1 up. 1903– Miss Bessie Anthony (Glen View), Exmoor,

3 up. 2 to play. 1904-Miss Frances Everett (Exmoor), Glen View,

1 up. 1905-Mrs. Charles L. Dering (Midlothian), Homewood, 4 up and 2 to play.

SHOOTING
RIFLE SHOOTING.

NATIONAL MATCHES.
Camp Perry, Ohio, Aug. 28-31, 1907.
Score in regimental match for national trophy:
U. S. Navy..........3,421 | Montana .............3,019
Massachusetts ......3,418 | Maine

....3,003 Unlo ...............3,368 Florida

.2,996 U. S. Cavalry........3,366 | Kansas ..

.2,920 Washington .........3,361 | Indiana ...

.2,849 U. S. Naval Acad..3,347 Texas

2,835 Pennsylvania ........3,346 Missouri ..... .2,824 U. S. Infantry .......3,339 | Oklahoma .. .2,770 New York.... ...3,322 Kentucky

.2,699 New Jersey..

..3.317
Hawaii .....

.2.686 Minnesota .. ..3,249 Wyoming

2,684 Illinois ...... ........3,242 West Virginia...... .2,679 Wisconsin ...........3,218 New Mexico...... ...2,579 U. S. Marine Corps.3,184 | Arizona ......... .2.500 District of Columbia.3,179 Mississippi

.2,401 Michigan ............3,161 South Carolina.. .....2,394 Oregon ... .....3,117 Nebraska .....

.2.306 Maryland ... .......3,102 Alabama ........ ....2,301 Georgia ..3,101 Tennessee

..2.296 New Hampshire.....3.088 | North Dakota... .....2, 253 Iowa .......... .3,082 Louisiana

.2,183 Connecticut .........3,068 Vermont ...... ......2,098 Colorado .... ......3,060 North Carolina.......2.125 California ...........3,034 | Virginia .............1.909

The national individual match was won by Midshipman Willis A. Lee of Owenton, Ky., with a score of 318. Lieut. W. H. Clopton of the 13th cavalry took second place with 316 and Sergt. Orr of Ohio third with 314. Other leaders were: Sergt. Dunbar, 4th infantry, 313; Lieut, Parmlee, Kausas, 312; Midshipman H. L. Smith, Annapolis, 311; Pri. vate Murlana, California, 309; Chief Gunners' Mate King, navy, 307; Capt. Currie, Washington, 303; Maj. Resche, Minnesota, 301; Sergt. Travis, Montana, 301; Sergt. Coburn, Washington, 301; Private Upton, Massachusetts, 299; Sergt. Bailey, Wisconsin, 298; Sergt. Swan, Maine, 297; Sergt. Brass, Montana, 297; Maj. Winder, Ohio, 296.

The private match was also won by Midshipman Lee with a score of 238. Capt. McNab of the 27th infantry was second with 236.

Lieut. Sayre won the time fire medal by a score Lieut. Kirwin T. Smith, 6th infantry. 777; seventh of 96 and Lieut. Olson of Minnesota the slow time prize, Lieut. Clarence K. La Motte, 14th infantry, medal with 46.

776; eighth prize, Lieut. Oscar Westover, 14th inIn 1906 the national trophy was won by the fantry, 770. The following enlisted men won gold United States infantry team with a score of 3,251. medals: Corporal Laurits Pederson, 12th cavalry, The national individual match in 1906 was won by 784; Sergt. Albert Hayes, 14th infantry, 778; PriLieut. Theodore H. Dillon, corps of engineers. vate N. E. Thornton, 14th cavalry, 774; Sergt. U. S. A., on a score of 313 points. The winner of Stephen Miller, 12th infantry, 768. the national pistol match in 1906 was Second Lieut.

THE PALMA TROPHY. Samuel M. Parker, 29th United States infantry,

The team of riflemen representing the United and his aggregate score 238 points.

States at Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 7, 1907. won the SEAGIRT TOURNAMENT.

Palma trophy on the Rockcliffe range by a score The seventeenth annual tournament of the New of 1,712 out of a possible 1,800. The team scores Jersey State Rifle association took place at Sea at the three ranges were as follows: girt, Sept. 3, 1907. The principal event was the

800 900 1,000

Team. interstate regimental team match, in which the

yards.yards.yards. Total. score was as follows: 200 600 1,000 United States..........

....590 573 549 1.712 Team. yds.yds.yds.Ttl. Canada ..

..566

551 1,671 6th Massachusetts......... .245 277 234 756 Australia ..............

.......570

553

530 1,653 United States infantry...

.257 261 228 746 | Great Britain.................551 526 503 1,580 71st New York......... .250 263 219 732

BISLEY MEETING. United States cavalry..... .......... 249 276 196 721

At the meeting of the National Rifle association U. S. marine corps. second team. .243 262 210 715

at Bisley, England, in July, 1907, the king's prize U. S. marine corps, third team....237 270 206 713 2d New Jersey .....

207 708

was won by Lieut. Addison of Australia, who 1st New Jersey...:

.......253 252 188 693

made a score of 318. :: 22d engineers, New York... ..243 257 190 690

ILLINOIS STATE CONTEST. 1st District of Columbia..

252 181 679 In the second annual tournament of the Illinois 4th New Jersey.............. .....252 253 155 660

State Rifle association at Fort Logan, ended Sept. U. S. marine corps, first team.....219 268 174 661 13, the 1st infantry team won the citizens' trophy 2d District of Columbia .............237 237 167 641 match with a score of 2,165, this carrying with it

The revolver team match was won by squadron the regimental team championship of the state. A of New York, the fifth time in succession. The The 1st infantry gatling gun platoon won the conditions called for teams of five at slow and company match with a score of 721. In the rapid rapid fire. The scores:

Slow Rapid rifle fire match Capt. Ben Elck of the 6th infantry

fire. fire. Ttl. won with 39 hits in one minute. Col. W. H. WhigSquadron A, New York.....

I ham of the 1st cavalry won the revolver match Manhattan Rifle & Revolver assn., N.Y.533 288 821 with 96 hits in three minutes. 3d battalion, District of Columbia......452 264 716

TARGET SHOOTING.
Battery A, New Jersey...................496 217 713
The all-comers squadron revolver match scores:

GRAND AMERICAN HANDICAP.
J. A. Dietz, 71st regiment, New York, 125; Lieut. The eighth grand American handicap shoot at
R. H. Sayre, squadron A, New York, 123; Corporal inanimate targets took place in Chicago June 19-21,
Thomas Lebontilier, squadron A, New York, 123; 1907. The winner was Jeff J. Blanks of Trezevant,
Thomas Anderton, 7th regiment, New York, 123. Tenn. He and C. Powers of Decatur, Ill., and M.

The Dryden trophy match was shot on Sept. 6. J. Maryott of Fort Collins, Col., tied at 96, and in This was for the trophy presented by the Hon. the shoot-off at twenty targets he broke 18 to 17 John F. Dryden, United States senator from New by Powers and 15 by Maryott. Jersey, to be shot for annually. It was won by the Following were the high guns from ninety up: United States cavalry team with a score of 1,001,

Yds.Sc. outdistancing by 30 points the next contestant in J. J. Blank.........17 96 B. Dunnell..........1991 the race, the Massachusetts team, with 971. The C. M. Powers.......20 96 *E. H. Steenberg..18 91 Maryland marksmen took third place, defeating *M. J. Maryott....

| E. S. Graham.......17 91 New Jersey by 5 points. Their score of 971 was *J. R. Taylor....

W. H. Schultz......17 91 tied by the United States infantry team, but the M. C. Botton......

*0. von Lengerke..17 latter were behind 3 points on the 1,000-yard tar

B. Waggener...... 95 H. M. Clark........1990 gets. The marine corps was sixth with 954 and the F. E. Foltz....... 19 94 J. M. Collins.......19 District of Columbia team seventh with 935.

E. N. Ragg........ .18 94 H. Dixon.......... The tournament ended with a victory for Maj. *H. E. Poston..

J. W. Garrett.... Arthur Rowland of the 1st regiment of New Jer

W. S. Spencer....

J. W. Bell........ sey, who, by a score of 180, won the Seagirt cham

B. H. Black........

*W. D. Stannard pionship for 1907 and the medal presented by Gov.

G. J. Roll..........

c. B. Adams....... Edward C. Stokes of New Jersey. This match was F. Fuller...........

*N. Apgar..........1991 open to everybody. Contestants fired ten shots on W. S. Hoon........ 93 B. T. Cole..........19 200, 600, 900 and 1,000 yard targets. The scores of R. J. Hook.......

1. W. Cadw'lader.18 the ten leaders were:

200 600 900 1,000
M. Kneusse....... ..18

. T. Coyle........18 yds.yds.yds.yds. Ti. J. Martin........

P. Johnson......18 Maj. A. Rowland, New Jersey....42 48, 44 46 180 F. Burnham.......

W. Tregar......18 Sergt. W. F. Leushner, New York.44 47 42 46 179 *W. R. Crosby......21

S. McCarty... Capt. S. W. Wise, Massachusetts.42 46 43 47 178 J. W. Hightower...18 92 T. Park.........18 90 Lieut. H. E. Semon, Ohio.........46 46 37 46 175 W. H. McCreery ...18 92 T. Skelly........18 30 Lieut. W. H. Richard, Ohio.......44 44 43 175 W. D. Townsend...18 92 J. T. Anthony ......17 90 Maj. W. B. Martin, New Jersey..43 43 39 172 J. A. Blunt.........17 92 W. Hess............17 90 Sergt. H. Babtist, Massachusetts. 43

176

I. H. Allen.........16 92 H. C. Marshall.....16 90 Sergt. J. J. Andrews, N. Carolina .42 43 45 45 175 Sergt. C. J. Jeffers, Massachusetts.43 45 42 45

Ninety-three amateurs and fifty-four profession

175 Sergt. M. W. Parker, Massach'ts.40 46 44

als took part in the amateur and professional 44 174

championships, which were shot at 200 targets. ARMY RIFLE COMPETITION.

Hugh M. Clark of Urbana, Ill., won the amateur Winners of the gold medals in the officers' class

prize with 188 targets. The professional trophy in the annual rifle competition of the United States

was captured by W. R. Crosby, the world's chamarmyconcluded at Fort Sheridan, Aug. 15, 1907: pion, with a 192. First prize, Lieut. William B. Wallace, 20th in Following were the marks of the professionals: fantry, who made a score of 817 out of a possible W. R. Crosby.........192 Guy Ward......

.......185 1,000; second prize, Lieut. Clarence H. Farnham, Fred Gilbert..........190 R. R. Barber.........195 4th infantry, 793; third prize, Lieut. William S. J. R. Taylor..........189|H. Money...... .....185 Weeks, 4th infantry, 782; fourth prize, Lieut. John W. H. Koehler.......186L. S. Germon... F. Clapham, 5th infantry, 780; fifth prize, Lieut. | R. Klein................85 | Ed O'Brien....... Austin M. Pardee, 20th infantry, 777; sixth prize, R. O. Heikes.........186' Walter Hufr...........153

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H. Hirchey............182 J. L. V. Morrison....181

Team and city.

Score. Prize. L. I. Wade...... .182 W. H. Heer..

180 22. Molines, Moline.

..2,583 $45 E. A. Young..........182 B. Adams.....

23. Braddocks, Braddock..

2,579 L. R. Barkley ........181

24. Drexels, Des Moines....

.2,577 Following were the marks of the amateurs:

25. N. C. T. V., Cincinnati.

.2,576 26. Consumers, Belleville, 111

.2,571 Hugh M. Clark........188, George Roll........

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27. Duffys, St. Louis.

.2,571 C. M. Powers........187 Lem Willard...........183 28. O'Learys, Chicago...........

..2,570 Joe Barto........ .....186 J. S. Young..... ......182

29. Kentucky Dews, Louisville...... ...2,570 J. R. Graham.........186 Frank Fuller... ......182

30. Stevens, Toledo.....

..2,565 J. M. Hoons..........1860 . N. Ford.....

31. Hyde Parks, St. Louis....... ..2,564 A. B. Richardson....185 | Guy Deering...

32. Palaces, St. Louis.................. ...2,561 J. A. Flick. .....185 G. M. Collins... ......180

33. Bauler's Stars No. 2, Chicago........2,560 W. Garrett.........184 John Martin..... ......180

34. Grand Prize Dusseldorfers, IndianM. Henderson.........183

apolis .................

.2,560 Grand American handicap winners to date:

35. Bonds, Columbus........

2,557 Year. Winner. Score. 1 Year. Winner. Score.

36. Olympics, St. Louis....

...2,557 1900-R. O. Heikes....91 | 1904—R. D. Guptill....96

.2,554

37. Sportsman No. 1, St. Louis., C. Griffith....95 | 1905–R. 1901-E.

38. Webers, Toledo..... R. Barber.....99

.2,552 1902-C. W. Floyd.....94 1906-S. E. Rogers.....94

39. Hopkins Bros., Des Moines. .2,551 Diefenderfer..94 | 1907–J. J. Blanks.....

40. Dockendorfs, Chicago......

..2,548 1903

41. Cadillacs, Detroit............ ..2,548 GRAND WESTERN HANDICAP.

42. Diels, St. Louis...................

...2,542 T. E. Graham won the Grand Western handicap 43. Bright Spots, Milwaukee...

2,541 event at Denver, Col., Aug. 24, 1907, with a score 44. Squire Adams, Louisville.

2,539 of 99, his handicap being 19 yards. C. M. Powers

45. Silver Tops, Pittsburg:...

.2,538 was second with a score of 97, handicap 21 yards. 46. Metz Bros., Omaha........

.2.538 The preliminary handicap was won by H. W. An 47. Hagermans, St. Louis......

..2,537 derson with a score of 98. A world's record was 48. Blue Ribbons, Erie, Pa..... ...2,537 made when a five-man squad, composed of F. Ar

49. Quirks, Chicago...........

...2,535 nold, H. Bonser, J. S. Boa, H. J. Borden and 50. Sands Diamonds, Cleveland.. ...2,534 J. M. Hughes, went through two events, missing

TWO-MAN TEAMS.
only one target in each and breaking 198 out of
200 targets.

Richter-Bigley, Louisville...... ...1,164 $300.00
Schmitt-Schmitt, St. Louis...

1.163
ILLINOIS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

250.00 In a tournament held in Chicago May 14-16, .1907,

Knoll-Prouty, Cleveland......

.1,156 212.50 under the auspices of the Illinois State Sports

Clarke-Wengler, Chicago......

.1, 156 212 50 men's association, F. C. Riehl of Alton won the

Alfeld Toemmel, Chicago....

....1,155 162.50 professional championship by breaking 47 out of

Shirrett-Faulhaber, Toledo..

....1,155 162.50 50 targets. W. R. Crosby was second with 46 and

Wolf-Collier, Chicago.......

1,152 125.00 Lee Barkley third with 45. The amateur cham

Rochford-Bates, Braddock, Pa...

1.151 100.00 pionship was won by J. B. Barto of Chicago with

Gebhardt-Menninger, Detroit.... .1,149 90.00 a score of 46.

.1.148
Bangart-Peterson, Chicago....
H. M. Clark of Urbana was sec-

80.00 ond with 45.

Rowe-Frantz, Cleveland............ .1,145 70.00
Haselhuhn-Schmidt, Chicago.

....1,143 65.00 REVOLVER AND PISTOL SHOOTING. Stehno-Hlava, Chicago....

1.138 60.00 INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Higgins-Votel, Braddock...... ....1,137 55.00

Monroe-Blickle, Grand Rapids..... .....1,133 50.00 William G. Krieg of Chicago won the indoor re

Diblick-Vogt, Kansas City..... ...1,130 50.00 volver championship in the national tournament

Wright-McCampbell, Louisville... 1,129 50.00 held March 18-24 in Maine, Rhode Island, Massa Davis-Rothet, Cincinnati............ ... 1,126 50.00 chusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Williams-Rumberger, Pittsburg....

..1,125

50.00 Maryland, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, North Car

Bentley-Graham, Kansas City... ..1,123 ,50.00 olina and Iowa, under the auspices of the United

Decker-Griffith, Indiana polis..... .1,123 50.00 States Revolver association. Krieg made a total

Yost-Schmelser, St. Paul..

...1,121 50.00 of 454 out of a possible 500. S. E. Sears of St. Sturtz-Pabst, St. Louis..... .....1,119 50.00 Louis was second with 445.

Birren Wienold, Chicago.....

.1,118 50.00 J. A. Dietz of New York won the national indoor

Blouin-Flenner, Chicago...

.1,115 40 00 pistol championship with a total score of 455 out Collin-Selbach, Columbus...... ....1,114 40.00 of a possible 500. W. G. Krieg of Chicago was Land-Hardie, Washington..... ....1.114 40.00 second with 445.

Throm, Jr.-Ludwig. Toledo...

......1,113 40.00 Reader-Lequesne, Cleveland...

..1.111 40.00 BOWLING,

SINGLES. Prize winners in the seventh annual tournament Name and city.

Score. Prize. of the American bowling congress held in St. Louis, *M. Levey, Indianapolis.

.624

$200 Mo., March 18-27, 1907:

R. F. Matak, St. Paul......

....624 175 FIVE-MAN TEAMS. F. Staver, St. Joseph.......

....619 150 C. Keeter, Indianapolis....

....617 135 Team and City. Score. Prize. H. Beeselin, Omaha.....

....614 123 1. Furniture Citys, Grand Rapids.. ....2,775 $500 L. Vandersyde, Chicago....

.611 110 2. Des Moines. Des Moines.. .2,738 450 E. Zimmerman, Doe Run,

.608 110 3. Barrys, Chicago............. ..2,708 400 M. Huntoon, Minneapolis...

....606 100 4. South Chicago, Chicago....

325 M. Luecker, Chicago..........

.606

100 5. Senators, Chicago............

2.679
Jay Chamberlain, Port Washi

....605 80 6. Krollman's Five, Cincinnati... .2,673

H. B. Cooper, Kansas City..

.605 7. Musee, Wheeling. W. Va...... .2,666 250 G. Niehoff, Cincinnati..... 8. Howard Majors, Chicago.. .2,650 225 H. Spangenberg, St. Paul..

....603 9. West Sides, St. Paul..... ....2,628 200 P. McGuire, Chicago...

....601 10. Birk Bros., Chicago..... .2,621 175 W. Davies, Chicago......4

....598 11. Crescents, Kansas City....

.2,620
C. A. Shogren, Chicago....

....597 50 12. Centurys No. 2; Chicago...

.2,609
A. Hoer, Louisville.....

....596 13. Wright and Abbs. Detroit..

.2,607
H. Schlenk, St. Louis..

....595 14. Pabst Blue Ribbons, Milwaukee ..2,606

H. Weber, St. Paul.....

....594 15. Arcades, Minneapolis..... .2, 605 65 J. Johnson, St. Louis..

....594 16. Bull Frogs, Chicago......

2,605
| C. Gilbert, Cleveland....

....593 17. A B C, Detroit..........

.2,602
W. Williams, Pittsburg..

591 18. Cabannes, St. Louis.....

.2,601
D. Hopkins, Indianapolis..

....591 19. Sportsman; Kansas City

.....2,594
J. P. Flueger, Cincinnati....

....591 20. Capitol No. 1, St. Paul. ........2,586

J. Bauer, Detroit....

....590 21 Centurys No. 1, Chicago...... .....2,585

I w. Ennis, Wheeling..........

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