Walter J. Travis
Travis successfully defended his title at the Country Club of Atlantic
City, N.J. He was low qualifier with 157, a record, and defeated Walter
E. Egan, of Onwentsia, 5 and 4.
He played the rubber-core ball (Haskell patent) with such success that
the gutta percha ball was soon discarded by players. The final round of
this Championship was postponed a week because of the death of President