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his way through the invaders from many
fa mous links, and making away with the
Treasurer's Division. This was Fred
Page from Aberdeen, wielding a Dread
nought of a Driver which completely con
cealed him from view. lie left Harry
Waring on the seventeenth green. He
chased E. II. Wisewell of Englewood all
the way home, where a tie score called
for an extra hole, which he tucked away.
And then he tackled Charlie Horton, set
tled him four and three and pinned on
J. E. Smith had little difficulty in keep
ing the Consolation prize in his pos
session. FOURTH DIVISION PLAY
II. J. Frost of Siwanoy took home the
trophy in the Fourth Division. He led
J. K. Baker, hailing from Englewood
through the final round by five and four.
His hardest match was against W. A.
Sandford, who held on stubbornly until
the last sad putt went home. E. A.
Bailey, found James Barber of Engle
wood against him in at the finish of the
consolation. Bailey won, five and three.
Interest in the play of the fifth division
centered around the performance of G.
A. Magoon, the Oakmdnt player. He
came into the finals going strong, after
substantial victories over A. M. Banker
of the Antlers and Ealph Lane from the
Rockaway River. Here he was pitted
against II. C. Davis of Woodland, who
put up a game light. It was decided in
Magoon's favor on the last green.
J. D. C. Rumsey took the Consolation
prize in this division from J. D. Galla
gher of Glen Ridge.
There was a special handicap Consola
tion Division, in which some interesting
play was developed, resulting in a victory
for J. R. Towle of the Calumet Country
Flayed on Course No. 2.
First round N. W. Peters beat Col.
J. E. Smith by default, Norman Maxwell
beat V. A. Seggerman six and five, F. B.
Porter beat J. M. Thompson by default,
II. G. Phillips beat J. M. Brander by de
fault, C. L. Becker beat J. D. Armstrong
three and two, I. W. Robb lost to L. A.
Hamilton by default, R. C. Shannon beat
M. L. Fearey by default, W. E. Truesdell
beat T. A. Kelley three and two.
Second round Maxwell beat Peters
by default, Hamilton beat Becker four
and three, Shannon beat Truesdell five
Semi-final round Maxwell beat Phil
lips two up, Shannon beat Hamilton five
Final round Maxwell beat Shannon
FIRST DIVISION, CONSOLATION EIGHT
Col. J. E. Smith lost to V. A. Segger
man by default, J. M. Thompson and J.
M. Brander defaulted, J. D. Armstrong
beat I. W. Robb by default, T. A. Kelley
beat M. L. Fearey by default.
Second round Seggerman won by de
fault, Armstrong beat Kelley three and
Final round Seggerman beat Arm
strong two and one.
First round D. N. Jewett beat II. P.
Hotchkiss three and one, J. II, Turner
beat H. L. Waldridge by default, L. d
Pierce beat C. F. Lancaster two and one
C. W. Watson beat Dr. D. N. Simmerman
by default, J. W. Baker beat G. v.
Statzell one up 19 holes, O. C. Hoyt beat
I. N. W. James by default, W. T. Barr
beat Geo. Van Keuren by default, J. t.
Bishop beat J. V. Hall by default.
Second round Turner beat Jewett by
default, Pierce beat Watson by default,
Baker beat Hoyt by default, Barr beat
Bishop by default.
Semi-final Pierce beat Turner three
and two, Baker beat Barr eight and
Final round Pierce beat Baker four
second division, consolation eight
First round II. P. Hotchkiss beat H.
L. Waldridge by default, Lancaster beat
Dr. N. D. Simmerman by default, G. W.
Statzell beat I. N. W. James by default,
J. V. Hall beat Geo. Van Keuren by de
fault. Semi-final round Lancaster beat
Hotchkiss three and two. Statzell beat
Hall six and five.
Final round Lancaster beat Statzell
four and three.
First round E. II. Wiswell beat C.
A. Kidd by default, A. Denham beat J.
D. Montgomery by default, F. C. Page
beat H. I. Moraff by default, II. G.
Waring beat J. E. Smith seven and six,
S. O. Miller beat W. C. Job by default,
J. R. Bowker beat J. A. Stockwell by de
fault, Chas. Horton beat W. J. Merrill
by default, R. W. Page beat S. C. Austin
Second round Wiswell beat A. Den
ham three and two, F. C. Page beat War
ing by one up, Bowker beat Miller by
default, Horton beat R. W. Page eight
Semi-final round Page beat Wiswell
one up 19 holes, Horton beat Bowker
three and one.
Final round Page beat Horton four
THIRD DIVISION, CONSOLATION EIGHT
First round J. D. Montgomery beat
C. A. Kidd by default, J. E. Smith beat
II. I. Moraff by default, W. C. Job and
J. A. Stockwell defaulted. W. J. Mer
rill and S. C. Austin both defaulted.
Semi-final round Smith beat Mont
gomery by default.
Final round Smith won by default.
First round E. A. Bailey lost to B.
J. Frost two down, B. C. McFadden beat
C. K. Shaw by default, W. A. Sandford
beat C. W. Harmon by default, D. N.
Jewett beat C. A. Reimer by default, Dr.
II. Simmerman beat A. R. Watson by
default, T. S. Wheeler beat W. G. Bibb
by default, J. K. Baker beat E. P. Bern
ard by default, R. N. Jewett beat Jas.
Barber by default.
Second round Frost beat McFadden
by default, Sandford beat Jewett one up
19 holes, Simmerman and Wheeler both
defaulted, Baker beat Jewett three and
Semi-final round Frost beat Sand
ford one up, Baker won by" default.
Final round Frost beat Baker five
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