GARDEN CITY, L. I., Oct. 23.--W. C. Chick '05, of the University team, and F. O. Reinhart, of Princeton, will meet tomorrow in the final match of 36 holes for the intercollegiate golf championship. If Chick continues his remarkably good play of the last two days, he should win the match.
In the morning matches today H. B. McFarland (Pa.) defeated C. Truesdale (Y.), by 1 up, and F. O. Reinhart (Pr.) beat W. E. Egan (H.), by the same score, in a match that produced the best golf of the day. Reinhart's score was 78 and Egan's 79. W. C. Chick (H.) defeated J. W. Baker (Pr.), by 1 up in 19 holes; Baker took three putts on the seventeenth green, and on the eighteenth missed a two-foot putt to win the match. H. C. Egan (H.) beat M. McBurney (H.), by 5 up and 4 to play.
In the afternoon, F. O. Reinhart (Pr.) defeated H. B. McFarland (Pa.), by 2 up and 1 to play, and W. C. Chick (H.) beat H. C. Egan (H.), by the same score. Both men in the latter match played excellently, in spite of a cold wind and drizzling rain. Chick, by par golf, gained the lead in the first half of the second round, and a strong rally by Egan at the finish came too late. Chick's score was 79 and Egan's 80.