Lone Pine, run by Steve Mandel, had a difficult May through the 26th. According to the HSBC data, the Lone Cedar fund, with about $2.1 billion in assets, was down 6.7% and is only up 1.16% for the year. Mandel's Lone Pinon fund, Class A shares, was down 5.94% for the month through the 26th. â¢ Steven Heinz's Lansdowne European Long Only Fund, with $900 million, fell 7.19% through the 26th, but is still up 9.29% for the year. Lansdowne's UK Equity Fund tumbled 3.22% through the same day, but is still up 9.82% for 2006. â¢ Boyer Allen Pacific Fund, with $1.1 billion, fell 10.2% in May through the 26th, and is up 1.8% for the year. â¢ Lee Ainslie's $3.7 billion Maverick Fund Class A shares were off 2.46% through the 26th of last month. The fund is up 1.61% this year. â¢ Richard Chilton's Chilton International, with $758 million, was off 3.55% through the 26th, and is now down 1.2% in 2006. â¢ Zweig-Dimenna International, Class A, with $840 million, fell 4.49% through May 26th, but is up 4.02% this year. â¢ Martin Hughes' Tosca Fund LTD., with $3.4 billion, fell 4.2% in the month through May 18, but is up 9.35% for the year. â¢ Louis Bacon's $3.8 billion Moore Global Fixed Income Fund fell 7.03% through the 24th, and is now down 0.64% for 2006. â¢ Paul Tudor Jones's $4.99 billion Tudor BVI Global Fund LTD. A was off 2.81% through the 24th, though it's up 4.6% this year.