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APB1L 14, 1921
Cooper, Montreal, beat J. G. Gardner,
Brockville, 3 and 2; W. E. Moles, Kana
n'oki, beat J. tW. Mitchell, Lambton, 1
upj W. D. Judd, Springfield, beat H. C.
Buckminster, Winchester, 3 and 2 ; Lee
Steinfeld, North Shore, beat Ray Twy
effort, Bridgehampton, 6 and 7; E. W.
Snyder, Shaker Heights, beat A. H. Cobb,
Oak Hill, 1 up; S. Y. Eamage, Wanango,
beat P. B. O'Brien, Detroit, 2 and 1.
Second round Berry beat Jenks, 1
up (20 holes) ; Cooper beat Moles, 3 and
1; Judd beat Steinfeld, 1 up; Eamage
beat Snyder, 6 and 5.
Semi-finals Berry beat Cooper, 1 up
(19 holes) ; Eamage beat Judd, 1 up.
Final Eamage beat Berry, 3 and 2.
Final J. W. Mitchell beat' P. O'Brien,
First round B. E. Vaughan, Lexing
ton, beat E. M. Hanrahan, Binghamp
ton, 1 up; John Murchie, Sharon, beat E.
F. Seagram, Grand Eiver, 2 up; W. Rus
sell, Pinehurst, beat A. F. Sutherland,
St. Andrews, 1 up; D. D. Dayton, Minni
kahda, beat W. H. Stalker, Englewood,
4 and 2; Isidor Hellman, Fairview, beat
II. P. Hotelikiss, New Haven, 2 up; S.
II. Hadley, Sharon, beat G. F. Adee,
Westchester, 1 up; II. L. Dillon, Green
wich, beat Harold E. Porter, Siwanoy, 3
and 1; E. P. O'Brien, Shinnecock Hills,
beat J. H. Goodspeed, Jr., Brae Burn, 3
Second round Vaughan beat Murchie,
1 up (20 holes) ; Dayton beat Russell, 1
up (22 holes); Hellman beat Hadley, 5
and 4; Dillon beat O'Brien, 2 and 1.
Semi-finals Dayton beat Vaughan, 1
up; Dillon beat Hellman, 1 up.
Final Dayton beat Dillon, 1 up.
Final E. M. Hanrahan beat C. F.
Adee, 4 and 3.
First round A. Ward Ford, Bing
hampton, beat F. II. Morrison, La Porte,
4 and 3; Eric Thomson, Riverside, beat
A. M. Dickinson, Waterbury, 1 up; E.
L. Magoon, Muskegon, beat L. B. Cuddy,
Cleveland, 5 and 4; E. II. Pinney,
Springfield, beat A. W. Smith, Buffalo,
3 and 2; F. P. O'Connor, Scarboro, beat
James Barber, Englewood, 1 up; Jesse
C Bowen, Buffalo, beat R. II. Webber,
Detroit, 6 and 5; H. B. Swoope, Over
brook, beat Ralph King, Toronto, 2 and
1; G. A. Fuller, Runaway Brook, beat
G. E. Barber, Race Brook, 1 up.
Second round Thomson beat F.ord, 1
up (19 holes) ; Pinney beat Magoon, 2
UP ; O 'Connor beat Bowen, 4 and 2 ;
Puller beat Swoope, 6 and 4.
Semi-finals Thomson beat Pinney, 1
up; O'Connor beat Fuller, 7 and 5.
Final O'Connor beat Thomson, 6
Final George E. Barber beat F. H.
Morrison, 1 up (20 holes).
First round G. A. Magoon, Oakmont,
beat F. P. Lee, Framingham, 1 up; W.
M. Hager, Baltusrol, beat H. H. Buck
ley, Garden City, 1 up (19 holes) ; H. A.
Wrenn, Exmoor, beat J. D. Dort, Flint,
1 up; Edward MacWilliams, Dwight,
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beat C. H. Pray, Ekwanok, 3 and 2; C.
M. Rudel, KenaAvoki, won from 0. A.
Blackburn, Oakmont, by default; Robert
Foote, New Haven, beat S. M. White,
Fox Hills, 5 and 4; N. S. Noble, Port
age, beat Charles H. Smith, Baltusrol,
6 and 5; George Worthington, St. An
thony, won from T. A. Cheatham, Pitts
burgh, by default.
Second round Hager bqat Magoon, 3
and 2; Wrenn beat MacWilliams, 2 and
1; Foote beat Rudel, 1 up (21 holes);
Noble beat Worthington, 5 and 4.
Semi-finals Hager beat Wrenn, 2 and
1; Foote beat Noble, 3 and 2.
Final Hager beat Foote, 5 and 4.
Final H. H. Buckley beat S. M.
White, 2 and 1.
First round W. B. Russell, Rhode Is
land, beat W. W. Ferrin, Dunwoodie, 1
up; G L. Williams, Sharon, beat W. J.
Parslow, Greenwich, 5 and 4; C. F. Dow,
Oakland Hills, beat J. A. Lowell, Brook
line, 2 and 1; F. T. Ellison, Rochester,
beat C. C. Straughn, Red Bank, 3 and "2;
II. W. Ormsbee, South Shore, beat John
Cole, Ardsley, 2 and 1; G. J. Winter,
Kahkwa, beat C. E. Merrill, Jr., Hunt
ingdon, 5 and 4; R. C. Blancke, Mont
clair, beat J. G. Wood, Detroit, 3 and 1;
H. C. Van Voorhies, Brookline, beat
C. F. Cox, Cohanzick, 4 and 3.
Second round Russell beat Williams,
2 and 1; Ellison beat Dow, 4 and 3;
Ormsbee beat Winter, 3 and 2; Blancke
beat Van Voorhies, 1 up (19 holes).
Semi-finals Russell beat Ellison, 5 and
4; Blancke beat Ormsbee, 5 and 4.
Final Russell beat Blancke, 4 and
Final W. J. Parslow won from C. E.
Merrill, Jr., by default.
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