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PROGRAMME OF SPORTS TODAY.
JUCING.— Coney Island Jockey Club. Phefpsh^ad Bay
2;30 p. m.
SISOTTIXO —Meet. Parkway, 3 p. m
GOLF.— Xew-J.rjcy championship, Er \ no d- Rich
mond county, at Englewuo;!; n*naic«p, Baituarol
monthly handicap end spring champtonnhlp. Harbor
Hill: woir.f n s handicap, poir.t competition ana wo
jnea's team match with Innls Arden. OtkUnd- wo
rnen'e putting match. Mcntclatr; June har.dicip Mont
rlalr. club prize*. Wee Burn; club handicap and team
match with Wf* Bom. Apawamlr; club handicap
Flufhtng; women* handicap, Inn.* Arden- Bat Or
ange, at Elizabeth; < luh handicap. Cedarburct- Th*-
bau: Cup. Morri* County; gcotrh fourtoroes Jersey
Oty; club handicap. Van CortUndt; club handicap
Richmond County: men's handicap. liaymater, club
handlr-ap, L»jker Meadow; members' handicap Cres
cent Athktic Club; Bt-hman and club cup? Bay Shorty
club handicap. .Vi.rir.e and F:.-M Club; club handicap'
AM^lf-y; members' handicap. Nassau.
¦lißßatVsV.— CMeaM m. New-York. Polo Grounds S 30
p. m . St. i^ouU v*. Brooklyn. Washington Park
Brooklyn. S:3O p. m. ; Montclair Athletic Club v»
Knickerbocker Athletic Club, nayonne; Er.Rlewood"
Fl*ld Club v«. Morrirtown. «t Morrj.towo; Brooklyn
Bicycle <J!ub v#. Crescent Athletic Cub. Hay U'dge.
CRICKET— Knickerbock#r Ath>tlc Club v*. Kings County,
at >'rorpect l ark: Manhattan »•¦ New .irk at Pron>ect
hark: I'atcrson (Team A) vs. K^arny at Kearny
Brooklyn vs. Nelson !*»;«f. at Prospect Park- Essex
County v* Kings County, at Newark.
lAWK TENNIS.— Women* championship. Philadelphia-
New-lork Tennia Club tournament. One-hundred-anil
twcr.ty-third-«t. and St. Nicho!a«;-ave. ; invitation
tournament of the Crescent Ahletlc Club, Bay Ridge.
ATHLETICS. — Scottish games. Buffalo Exposition.
CYCL.INO.— Klr.c* County Wheelmen races Manhattan
Beach. 2 p. m.
rOU>-— Tournament at Philadelphia Country Club 430
•rACHTING.— AnnuaI regatta. Seawanhaka Corinthian
yacht Club; special race*, Atlantic Yacht Club.
.HERBERT AND WAX TAPER NUMBERED
t AMONG THE WINNERS AT
Two food horses that have time and again proved
their ability to meet good company and trial again
Juftified the confidence of those who always back
them whenever they start by winning their races at
Eheep*h?ad Bay yesterday. Herbert, second In the
Brooklyn Handicap of 19C1. was one cf these. He
•won the handicap over a mile and a furlong In a
eavape drive, which furnished the prettiest finish
of the day. The starters Included Cyrano. Car
bur.de, Herbert. Trigger and All Gold, while Raf-
JaeMo. Scurry. Fairy Tale «nd Al?lke were
scratched. Cyrano's race will bear analysis. This
Is the colt that ran a close second to Brigadier
when Mr. Bclment's colt broke the world's record
. lor a mile on a circular track, but he ran yesterday
ac if he could not run second to a Harlem goat at
any distance. Had he run a fast mil* and then
blown up It would have been possible to pay that
the extra furlong was too far for him. but he did
not run well for any distance whatever. All Gold
F«-t a hot pa 1 ""? for a miles, with Herbert a length
and a half back, and -when driving time arrived the
best of the Alberts came on gallantly, and won by
a neck from the Rayon dOr colt, who was only a
r.rse ahead of Trigger.
Wax Taper was the other good horse to do his
fluty as others saw it. He picked up 126 pounds, and
after getting much the worst cf the getaway simply
ran over his entire field, and beat the nearest horse
by a length. Handwork followed The Puritan in.
and O'Connor might have got the place if he could
have got through. Wax Taper, by his consistent
performance* in good company, has stamped him
self as a horse worthy of consideration when stake
horses are talked of. If he were to run against
- Etheibert to-day In the Advance Stakes in place of
Star Bright it would be a better race. Mr. Rices
Jour-year-old has won every, start he has made in
the East this season save two, one of which he
lost because of an unfortunate stumble, and the
• ether es a result of riding for which Combs, the
Jockey, has been suspended.
A big field faced the starter at the head of the
last five furlongs of the Futurity Grans for the
first race of the day. but the selling platers were
¦. cr. their good behavior and got away to a fair
start. Shaw had the mount on Man o - War and
' .. mar.aged to brat the flag a bit. As a result Man o*
" War was never caught, and finished In a drive half
c length in before Essen;, who made a good fight
tor it. hard pressed by Illuminate. Friar Tabor.
who was the choice of the handicap;.* ran a
race that was too bad to be true. O. 1,. Richards
C ' bid the winner up to |I.O*J and got him at that
[ I figure, Balm of <2Uea4 stumbled at the first fur
* Jong pole and fell, throwing Garrlgan heavily, but
* the boy rat not much hurt.
• i J. E. Maddtn'B two-year-old Meddler celt Pcr.ir.
'. Mia. who ran ko badly th- firft of the season, has
been steadily improving i.nd surprised the talent
yesterday •v winning a race dignified by the title
"c: •.. June Stakes, although there was only JSy)
added money. Gay Boy. Peninsula and t/lsad
vantage came out of the chute together, leaving
Alibt-rt behind, and one hundred yards from home
the Meflfien candidate dr<sw away and won by half
a length. Gay Boy has been narrowly beaten
»everal times when loin failed to put up a vigor
ous finiFh, and yesterday was another one of those
times. Burns came dangerously near to more foul
riding but no complaint was made.
That ciever selling plater None* won the last
race of the day handily. Fairy Tale cut out a
terrific pace and (sic . away at three-quarter? of a
mile. Fatalist, however. lasted long enougn to get
second money, and Nones won only by a nedc.
Sweet Tooth heat a big lot of unruly selling
platen over Is furlongs in good time and
at lor.g edds at Graverend. Sweet Tooth ran twice
and could scarcely get out of hl« own way. Walsh,
who •... : the mount, was so anxious to get off
well that he got himself fined IjO by the starter.
Vagrant, who was bought by '«. Powers at
the Utt.efleld sale on Wednesday, and Bonlta
Belle, who was recently bought by Richard Croker
and is to be bred to Flying Fox. will be shipped to
England tn-day. . , , ,
To-days programme at Sheepshead Bay includes
the running of the 23.000 Great Trial Stakes for
two-year-olds, and the entries include Nasturtium.
recently bought by William C. Whitney for a sum
variously given as from I30.«t0 to «"/'": J. K. Mad-
C. : i Bat My Blue ';!:;. Compute, who ha* hart
fosse Cast trial* Whiskey King. Hyphen and
Leo-id. The Advance Stakes is to be only a two
horse rare unless others are added.
FIRST RACB— For two-year-<-ia maidens; eellln*. Five
furlor.pt of Futurity Ccur»<*. Benin*
H. T. Oriflta'a fc c. Man 8* War. by Ben
Btromo— Maria D . 10* n. (Shaw) 1 4—l 6—
—' Ucaleya eh. g. Ea*ene, by Jnv*rn<«*
— 6*cl« 109 (Lendry) 2 16—0 7—5
J. McLauirhlln'a br. c. Illuminate, tv Hi»
Ilirfcr.eea— shining UKht, 103 ..<Olnmi * *— } »— 1
Courter-iy. 101 (Cochr»n» O 80— 1 12—1
kemeyne 112 ;;.'.. (Piraott) © «O— 1 »—
Trump, loi . .<Burntt «' 30—1 I"— •
I"r!«r IT-- r .IH2 .'.."...' «Siaek» O 4-1 7— ?¦
Balm r* Gilead. 102 (Garrisan) O 2.*— l *¦— 1
EuccaEunna Ml ."... (Smith) 0 JO— l 10—1
tiroia.. irj.' fWonaerln 0 B—l 3—l
»aw»lr J8 ,M.l3inr.( O 20—1 ft— l
Athelrien. U7 (ThoirpKon) 0 2f*>— 1 feo— l
/TV.frM Jack. VI ....'...'.'. (Hon«er*on» 0 200—1 Bu-l
•s»»»r-;rk O« . (Waujjta) 0 i"— l — '
Fi'.C-jrti.t <m ...... .... (Goodyear) " 10—1 4—l
Start f-md. Won driving.
£ECON*D RACE For mm nils and ever. One
*• R. Rice • k. c. Wax Taper, by Can
uema* — Utility 4 m., 126 It) . .<snaw> 1 B—38 — 3 out
*• J. ¦eCaffwty'a b. - The Puritan.
by Drainer— Lit*'.* licr.troee. 3. 111...
_ <C<K*ran) 2 6—l6 — 1 —
. «o»er» * Ro»*'( b. ( IT tad work, by Han- _
. ".ow— Werlcinate. 2. tut <OConnor) 1 <— 1 »— »
Dublin, 101 .....7... <wonderly)o 3—l — 10
Start good. Won «ae;ly: place ridden out.
TH'R:> RACE- THE JUNE FTAKES for two-year-oldi.
Five and a half furlr,n«ii of Futurity Course.
J - ... Ms( sOn'n eh. c. Peninsula, fey M*<S
tier— p*.arl Thorn 122 Tb <P.urnr) 1 s—l I—
v. U. Mackav. b. c Cay Boy. by St. •;¦. ¦- ¦"* *
flavour— Orlle, 122 <Odoni) 2 2—l 3—
•• ™. Smyth* fc!k. f Dlsadvantaee. by .'_',«
Kt. G«or*e— Vantage . 119 (O'Connor) 8 2—l 7—
Alltert. 117 (Shaw) 6 S— l 4—5
« Time, 1 :07.
•-'art rood. Won driving.
<OVKTH RACE— Handicap; for three -y«ar-old» and over.
¦fcr £' A * an 4 ¦ lurione.
*¦£¦ RoJiln «« br. c. Herbert, by Albert—
«»w»n:« oia. 4 }r , 11l jtj (Smith) 1 16-3 «— 5
i-h. Oilv «*« eh c. All Gold, by Rayon '-' m •¦¦"- ¦-'£
/ , cc t '— **»rry Nelly. 4, JOS <C»cbran) 2 11— «—
• «. ***ckay» cs). t. Trlgrer. by Mefldler ¦ -*
—Royal Gun, 3. 104 (Odom) 3 10— 4—l4 — 1
The Good Effects on the Health
»of those who use Straight Whiskeys are such that those who
use them for a few weeks never return to compounded again.
Old Crow Rye
is a Straight Hand-Made Sour Mash, made by the James Crow formula.
\ Gold Medal Awarded at Paris, 1900.
H. B. KIRK & CO.. Snie Bottlers. New York.
CV™ Uncl^',, m 'Mitchell! 0 7—2 ft— S
Cyrano. 11l (Mitchell) 0 7—2 «— 5
_ Time— l:63 Vi
fart pood. Won driving; plate same.
FIFTH RACE— Selling; lor three-year-olds. Six furlongs.
J. H. McCormick'R hr. c. Sweet Tooth, by
Conrad— Too Sweet, MC It. (Wa!«ht 1 7—l 6—2
08. Herns' s eh. c. Bedeck, by Star
Ruby— Bedotte. 107 (Maurice) 2 3—2 I—l
m. J. Morris's b. f. Princeton Girl, by
111 1 takes James— Shin? Oiinsr. 0*
_ . .. (TVonderly) 3 IS— l «— 1
Ondurdi i. 105 (O'Connor) 0 !>— 1 3—l
Bounteous. 1O« (Burns) 0 10—1 4—l
« ur , mls9 ' 103 (Garriiran) 0 20—1 *— 1
Maiden. 102 (Cochran) « 4—l C— s
Ikey Diddy. 103 < Booker) 0 300— 1 100 — I
Aminte. 101 (Callahaal 0 611 — 1 2" — 1
Irene Lindsay. M (Smith* 0 25—1 S— l
Balloon. »6 «Creighton) 0 100 — 1 — 1
Maria Bolton, 03 .\VUk« 0 20—1 S—lS — 1
I^ady Buck. 10 > (RcnianeM) o 100 — 1 40 — l
BgT'J* (Waugh) 0 15—1 s—l
L;luo Victor. 101 (Slack) 0 40—1 12—1
Start good. Won driving; place same.
• FIXTH RACE— Selling; for three-year-olds and upward.
1 ~. One and one-half miles, or. turf.
T. Hitchcock, Jr.'«. b. g. Nones, by Sir
Dlxon— Amy Davenport. 3 m., 104 Tt>...
_ „ . (McGinn) 1 I— l 1 —
G. B. Morris's eh f. Fatalist, by Kismet—
Jniza. DM (Mounce) 2 10—1 3—l
P. S. P. Randolph* b. h. Knight of the
Garter, by Knight of Ellerslie — Dearest.
apod. 114 m (O'Connor) 3 S— 1 3—l
Helcrarie. 11l (Spencer) «) 3—l I—l
Semtnole, 94 (Smith) 0 7—l .*— 2
Collegian. I*l (Cochran) O 10 — 3—l
Alsiko. 10P, (Miles) 0 15—1 4—l
Fairy Tale. 103 (Mulholland) 0 30-1 S— l
Start good. Won driving; place same.
SHKEFSHEAD ENTRIES FOR, TO-DAY.
FIRST R.\rn— Five and one-half furlongs.
Name. Wt I Name. Wt.
Meditation HOiO'Hapen 104
Caft Ircn irs> Carroll D 101
Xupg-M 107 1 Lady Sterling l"»
Honolulu KM". ! Fonsoluca. 89
RiShtaway lOCIWiId Oats !»7
BBCOXD RACE— Three-flunrter* mile.
I M r 140 St. Finnan 118
«'clonel Partden 12«> Magnificent 118
Kay \V 125 rvrvera 117
Vilnius 121 1 Fablus 11«
The aclc Scot 120, Mixer US
Oliver Me 11!'<
THIRD RACE— THE GREAT TRIAL. Three-quarters
Whiskey King 13' Hrn-> H'
Blui Girl 12<J Compute li«
Pon Royal King Edward JJ7
Hyphen 122) Reformer "•
Nasturtium l22iLeonld 11*
Par Kxoel!<>nce ll*
FOTOTH RACK— Tin ADVANCE. One and one-half
EtheTtv-rt' 3tar Bright 126
FIFTH RACE ?te»plechn.«e. Full course.
Passe Partout ...:.. l«« Mad Light 2S2 S
Walter Cl»ary 193 Hlfbl* 15
Matt Simpson 14rt Fulminate 1»»
.Tark Carey I*3 Orman 130
Mars Chan 138|
SIXTH RACE — One and one-flxteenth miles, on turf.
•! ¦.. c 114 Gtnkl ««
Hcrough 112! Pleasant Pail $'
Ilium lOVßarbetto *>•
NOTED RACING FIRM DISSOLVED.
GIDEON & DALY SEPARATE - FAMOUS
HORSES THEY HAVE OWNED.
Racegoers and turfmen generally will be in
terested to know and many will regret that the
old racing flrm of Gideon & Daly, composed of
David Gideon and John Daly. long one of the
beat known and most successful racing partner
ships in this country, has been dissolved and no
more thoroughbreds Will be raced under its
colors. The partnership has been not much more
than a nominal one for some time, tut It was
not long ago that some of the most celebrated
thoroughbreds that ever wore plates on an
American track belonged to Gideon & Daly and
won thousand of dollars for them in stakes and
beta. His Highness, who won the Futurity end
the Great Trial Stakes in 1891. belonged to
Gideon & Daly, and afterward in the Holmdel
Stud became one of the best reputed sires among
American horses. The Butterflies, the Futurity
winner of 1504. and Requital, who won the same
race the following season and the Realization in
ISOfS, were also the property of the same firm, as
were also His Royal Highness, winner of the
Great Eclipse of 1889; Ramapo, who was first
in the Metropolitan and Suburban handicaps of
1594, and Jean Beraud, easily the greatest two
year-old of 1898. who won the Tremont, the Na
tional Stallion, the Hudson, the Great Trial, the
Great Eclipse, and the Great American stakes
as a two-year-old and was afterward sold to
"William C. Whitney. At present Mr. Gideon
owns only a few horses in training, the best
known of which are Bruff, Carl Kahler. Hugh
C. Barrett and Clonmel, all by His Highness.
Mr. Daly owns Glennellie, a shifty filly at dis
tances not over six and a half furlongs. While
neither Mr. Gideon nor Mr. Daly has figured
prominently as an owner of horses lately, both
are heavy bettors and well known figures at the
race-tracks, and the progeny of the Holmdel
Stud annually attracts much attention.
NO STAKE FEATURE AT CHICAGO.
Chicago, Jure —There was no stake feature on
the card to-day at Washington Park, but the sport
proved better than the programme promised. T.
C. McDowell's brilliant two-year-old Alan-A-Dal*
added another victory to his list, but there was
possibly a feature of good luck about it, as his
principal competitor. Pentecost, fell. Alan-A-Dale
was timed the first three-eighths of this race in
0:331-5. and is undoubtedly a speed marvel. Sum
First race (fiv» ana a, half furlongs) — Alan-a-Dale, 115
(Knight! 1 to 5. won; Helen Print. MM (Domlnlck). 8 to 1.
i»con<l: Harry Wllacn. 108 (J. Woods). 10 to 1. third.
T.m-. 1 "7*
Second race (One. mile)— Jlmlnex. 117 (Bullman). 7 to 5.
won: Searcher. l</2 UVinkfieH). 15 to 1. neeond; OitKJur
man. 105 (How*!!) 15 to I; third. Time, 1:41 H.
Thlr«l race («ev*tl and a half furlonc«> — Gecrg* Arnold.
112 (OttUauud - to 5. «Ron Vulealn. 117 (Coburn), 3 to I,
Mcoad; Ukeaets, nil (Knlgßt) 10 to 1, third. Time. 1:35.
Fourth rare rolling; on* mile and a sixteenth) — ll jr I».
M (J. Rar.sft.' a to 1. won; Sam Lataru*. E»-j.. 107
<Gorniley>, IS to 1. t«oaad; Precursor. 11l <\Vinkfleld). 2
to 1. third. Time. 1 4***-
nrth r«c« (tlx furlon(TF>— Isla. 11l (Bullman). 7 to 5.
¦won; Ml»» Bennett. 1(A (Coburn). 6 to 3, second; Sevoy,
121 rHull»ll»Uli> 10 to I, third. Time. 1:18.
Sixth race (selling; one mil* and a sixteenth) — Scotch
Plaid. Hr.» (Ranscfcj. 12 to I. ¦won; Leu Newell, li>t (J.
Martin), 2 to 1. second ; Knlcht Banneret, 108 (U:nknel'J).
10 to 1. third. Time. 1:47%.
POOLSELLING INJUNCTION DISSOLVED.
Chicago, June 28. — Race promoters and poolsellers
at the Harlem racetrack need have no further fear
of the injunction of the Superior Court of Cook
County. The order restraining the betting and pool
selling at the track was dissolved this afternoon by
Judge Stein upon the ground that the Court of
Chancery, which lamed the restraining order,
should not exercise its right of injunction where »
remedy at law exists. The actions complained of
in the application for the injunction. Judge Stein
aeeerted. He entirely within the domain of the
Criminal Court. The attorneys contending for the
Injunction asked leave to appeal, but an appeal
docs not lie from an order dissolving a temporary
injunction, to they w^re compelled to ask for a
dismissal. An apees! was taken from the order of
dismissal to the Appellate Court.
JOCKEY DIES IK STABLE.
Denver, June 'a .— "Johnnie" McDonald, the Cali
fornia jockey, who had rirlden for some of the
greatest none owners in the country, died in a
stall nt Overland Park from consumption yester
day. The boy came to Denver about three weeks'
ago from Arizona, where he spent tho winter for
his health, in company v/lth "Dick" Clawson. an
other famous jockey. He v.as sent there on a
purse raised by the Jockeys on the roast. The
scene in the stable was pathetic. McDonald was
fitting beside "Mike"" Hewn— ay. talking over the
horses, when he said he felt sleepy, and thought
he would lie down and take a nap. He fell back in
Hennery 1 * arms after lie spoke, r.nd expired in a
few minutes. McDonald rode for •'barney" Schrelber
and "Hughy" Hones for « number of years, and was
recognized as one of the coming jockeys of the
country. His body was vent to California to-day.
A $10,000 COLT OH AD.
Chl-ago. June 28. — Drisroll. a three-jrear-oM colt.
by Sir Dixon— Merry Maiden, valued by Its owner,
V...o,jford Clay, at BMM, is dead at the Harlem
track fri-m laiyngltis. Drlscoll ran third in the
nTZ6IMMOSS ROUT POSiT POSED.
Th* FKz!«!mmons-Ruhlin wrestling match, which
was scheduled to take place In Madison Square
Garden on Tuesday night, has been postponed until
Friday evening. July 8. The change Is due to a
misunderstanding by Fitzslmmons. who signed the
articles thinking the bout several weeks off. Doth
men are training for the contest, and each la Mid
to be getting into good condition.
NEW-YORK DATLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 20. 1901.
NEW-YORK DEFEATS CINCINNATI AT
THE POLO GROUNDS. AND RESUMES
SECOND PLACE IN THE RACE.
New- York. 11; Cincinnati. | St. Louis, 10; Boiton. 4.
10. I Philadelphia. 4. Chicago. 2.
Plttsburg. 5; Brooklyn, 3. |
Chicago. 7; Cleveland, •*> Baltimore. I; Philadelphia. 3
(ten innings). | Bostcn. «; Washington. 5.
Detroit, 4; Milwaukee. 0. ,
Clubs. Won. Lest. rt. I Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet.
Pltt=bur«t ....32 23 .5Ni! St. Louis Vi 25 -M 6
New-York ...2S 21 .^.v; Boston 25 24 .510
Philadelphia .3" 25 .515 j Cincinnati 22 30 .423
Brooklyn 29 25 Chicago i» 30 .328
Clubs. Won. Lost, P.ct. I Clubs. Won. Lost. P.ct.
Chicago ?.5 20 .<137 Detroit 29 23 .637
Boston 3» 19 .612 Philadelphia ..21 SI .40*
Baltimore ...2« art .siiT>! Milwaukee lf» 34 .3511
Washington .25 21 .543' Cleveland 18 83 .353
The New-York team won from Cincinnati yester
day at the Polo Grounds by the score of li to 10.
There were enough runs made to win two ordinary
games, and !t was a fast contest until the ninth
inning, when It became a slugging match, each
team scoring five runs. New-York by winning the
Fame goes to second place In the League race.
The homo team Is only 20 points behind the leaders.
It was a hard fought game, as when the home
team went to bat In the ninth Inning the score
was 10 to 6ln favor of Cincinnati. The spectators
started to leave the grounds, but when several
hits were made they remained and saw the home
team win. Phyle. who did the pitching, was hit
hard, and the team behind him did not give him
the best of support, for they made several errors.
Newton, who pitched for the visitors, was hit
hard, but his support was good compared with the
way the home team supported Phyle.
The visitors started off like winners, scoring two
runs in the opening inning on Nelson's muff of
Dobbs's fly, which put Dobbs safe on first base.
Harley went out on a eacrlfic hunt. Berkley's single
to right scoring Dobbs. and Beckley scored on
Crawford's nit to left field.
Phyle struck out the first two men to face him
In the second Inning, and Hlckman made a gooil
stop of Newton's hit. but threw It high, and New
ton reached second base, as Dobbs went out. There
was no more scoring until the fourth inning, when
the visitors made one run and New-York two. The
home team continued making runs in the fifth inn
ing. The sixth inning made more Joy for the home
team, as the visitor* drew a blank and Gansel
scored a run for the home team, after making a
hit and C"in« around the bases on several sacrifice
hits, he scoring on Nelson's safe hit. The visitors
ti-'l the ore in the seventh Inning. In the eighth
Inning Ganzel hit for two bas<-.<. and was caught
at the plate on Warner's foul out.
The slugging: then began, the visitors going to
bat and scoring five runs on Irwin's. Newton's.
Dobbs, Crawford's and Beckley's singles, and
Selbach's and Nelson's errors let in the runs. Th •
home team did not give up the game, for it went
right to work with the stick, and Nelson hit safe.
Bowerman. who batted for Phyle, was doubled ip
with Nelson, thin making two out. Van Halfren
hit for two bases, Selbach singled and Davis hit
for two bases. Van Haltren scoring. Hickman
made a safe hit. which scored Belbach and Davis.
Ganzel's two-base hit scored Hickman, with the
run which tied the game, and Strang's single
scored Ganzel, which won the day. The score:
NEW-YORK. I CINCINNATI.
ab r lb po 1 el ab r lb po a »
V. H'tren. Cf.3 2 2 10 OlDobbs, cf 4 2 0 10 1
Pelbach. 1f... 4 2 3 2 0 l! Harley. If 4 1 1 2 ft 0
Davis. 3b .4 2 2 <> 2 0 l'»wkl.-y. lb •< 2 310 2 0
Hickman. «5.5 12 2 2 2| Crawford. :f 4 O 2 " 0 <>
Ganzf-1, 1b...3 2 310 0 o,Ma«oon. f- ..."10021 <>
Stranir. rf . . 3 0 12 0 O;r!teinf»ldt. 2b.. 5 113 6 2
Warner, C....4 0 (> 7 2 <ii Irwtn, Sb 4 0 116 0
Nelson. 2b... 4 1 8 1 0 2 Bergen, c 4 2 1 .'. 1 0
Phyl<\ [ I 1 6 2 3 Of Newton, p 4 2 2 2 1 0
•B rman ..! >> 0 0 0 0
1 Total* 3&10 11t2C13 3
Totals ....30 11 If. SI 0 B
•Batted for Phyla In ninth. fTwo out when winning
run was scored.
New-York 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 ft s—ll
Cincinnati 2 O 0 1 ft ft 2 <» &— lO
Earred runs New-York. 7: Cincinnati. 8. Flret ban
by error* — Cincinnati, 4. Left on bases York. 6;
Cincinnati. 3 Base on — Off Phyla, 1. 06 Kewtoa, 3.
Btrvck no) Bj Phyle, •: by Newton, 3. Three baa« hit—
Davit. Two ba§* hit* — Van Haltren. S^lbach. Davit, Gan
!•:. Berkley. Sacrifice hit.«— fcelt>ach titranjr 2, Harley.
Stolen bates — Van Haltren. Selhsch. DavU. DoubU plan
— Warner and Outset: StelnfeMt and H""kl-y. Maroon.
Btelnfeldl and IWkley; Irwln and Dmw: Irwln. Steln
feldt and Hfcklty. Tim*. l.u'i Attendance. 2.1(«J. Um
pires — Smith and Pets*.
PITTSBTRG WINS PBOM BROOKLYN.
PhlHlpl won nls own game yesterday by clever
pitching ami timely batting, his two hits bringing
In four of the five runs credited to Plttsburg. He
had Brooklyn at his mercy until th« eighth, when
who will try foe the track record at Manhattan Beach to-day.
three hits and two outs saved them from a shut
out. Leach was overcome by the heat and had to
rrrrsßUßo. i BROOKLYN.
Ati r lb po i t ah r lh p-> a c
Clark*, if 5 0 0 0 OKelley. lb 3 1 3 7 1 O
Beaumont, cf.4 12 10 0' Keeler. rf 3 0 0 2 0 O
Leach. 3b.. 8 0 0 » 2 0 Sheckard, 1f.. .4 0 12 0 0
Hrsnsfleld. 1b.5 0 S 13 <? 0 Daly, 2b 4 0 0 5 0 0
Wagner. 2.8b. 4 12 4 4 0| Dahlen. M 4 0 0 2 3 0
Klten«\v, t1,2b3 2 .1 0 4 0 Dolan. ef 4 0 1 O 0 0
Davis, rf . 3 0 1) 2 O O'Oatins, 3b 4 0 0 4 2 1
Kiram«r, C...4 1 1 4 0 UiMcGuire. C...3 1 1 3 0 0
Phillip!, p.. 4 0 2 11 1 0! Hughes, p.... 2 1 114 0
Ely. rs .1 0 0 0 3 C
— ! Totals 31 3 7'2»M2 1
Totals ... 38 513 27 14 OJ
•Wagner out for Interference.
Pittsburg 1 0 O 2 0 2 0 O o—B
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0—
Birned run* — Plttsburs. 2; Brooklyn. 1. Stolen bates —
Beaumont. LSransfVM. Left on ban-s— l'ittsburg, 8: Brook
lyn, 4. Double play— Rltchey. Wuitrnr and Uran«fl«ld.
Sacrifice hits— Leach. Keel(>r. Flret base on balls —
Hughe*, 2; ofT Phllllpi, 2. Hit by pitched ball— By Hushes
1. Struck out— By Hughes. 3; by Phllllpl. 4. Passed ball
— Zlmrr.er. Time. 1:38. L'mplre — O"Day. Attendance. 2.000.
ST. LOUIS. 10: BOSTON, 4.
Boston. June tt.— Boston lost the final game to
St. Louis by Inability to bat Harper at critical
times. I'mplre Emslie was overcome by the heat
In the fifth Inning and was forced to retire, aforaa
and Schriver finished out. ana the umpiring proved
satisfactory to players and spectators. Attend
ance. 1,500. The score:
R. H. E.
Boeton 1 n l n o l o 1 o — 4 10 .1
St. Lou!* 2 i> o <» 0 2 1 1 4—lo4 — 10 0 3
Batteries — Willis and Ktttri<ls«; Harper and N'ichols.
R. H. E.
Detroit (i 0 0 0 ft 0 1 3 x— 4 7 3
Milwaukee O (i O ft O 0 ft 0 — 7 1
H»tt*rles— Miller and Duelow; Qarvln and Maloney.
R. H. E.
Baltimore I 0 0 0 0 © 0 8 x— 10 0
Philadelphia 0 1 ft 0 0 0 1 1 — 3 8-~ 3
Batteries — Ilowell and Robinson: Fraser and Powers.
R. H. E.
Chicago 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 I—7 14 8
Cleveland 0 002 4VOOO o—a0 — a 10 6
Batteries — Patterson and Sudden; Dowltng, Hart and
R. H. E.
Washington 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 ft— « 7 2
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 o—B 10 4
— Carrlck and Clarke: Winter* and Crlstr.
Chicago v*. New-York at Polo Ground*. St. I»ui» vs.
Erooklyn at Washington Park. Cincinnati at Boston. l'uts
burg at Philadelphia, Montclair Athletic Club vs. Knick
erbocker Athletic Club at Bayonne. Englewood Field Club
vj>. Mnrrlstown Fi-M Uub at MorriStoWß, Brooklyn Bl
ey<Me Club vs. Crescent Athletic Club at Bay P.idge.
hanlox denies transfer rumors.
REPORT THAT WASHINGTON WILL GET THE
Washington. June 28.— "The Star" says: 'Presi
dent N. E. Young of the National League this
morning made application at the District Commis
sioner's office for a permit to reconstruct the
stands, entrances and fences at National Park, the
old leag-ue grounds, at the head of Seventh-st. Tho
permit had not, been issued up to a late hour this
afternoon. To those who have followed the de
velopments in the baseball world. It seems that
there is but one object to be gained through Mr.
Young? application, and that Is that the Brooklyn
rlub is to be transferred to this city at an oarly
Edward Hanion. manager of the Brooklyn base
bill club, denies that there will be any transfer
of the Brooklyn cluh to Washington. He also says
that he will not take part in the deal looking to the
transfer of the Brooklyn club to Chicago, which
has been rumored. When Hanion leaves Brooklyn
he has said he will quit the national game.
LAWYERS TO PLAY BASEBALL.
FIERCE RIVALRY BETWEEN TWO FIRMS
WILL BE FOUGHT OUT ON THE DIAMOND.
Predictions were freely made last nlfrht that a
lawyer or a lawyer's clerk would be as scarce this
afternoon in the lower part of Manhattan as a
swallow In midwinter when the hour arrives for
the second annual contest for the baseball cham
pionship of the legal profession, which will be
played between the teams of the law firms of
Roadly, Lauterbaeh & Johnson and Black. Gru&er.
Olcott &• Bonynire, at Jasper Oval. One-hundred
and-thirty-eichth-st. and Amsterdam-aye. The
game Is set for 3 o'clock. Last year Hoadly. Lau
terbach & Johnson were victorious by a score of
23 to 25. but "Abe" Gruber and his men expect to
turn the tables this time. The teams will line up
Black. Olcott. Gruber A — Former Governor
Black, catcher; ex-Judge Olcott, first base: Earnst. second
base; "Terry" MeManu*. third b»*e- "Abe" Gruber, short
•top; Bonynire, left field; Chancellor, centre field; Mr-
Culloujrh, right field; Dowling and Spence. pitchers.
Hoadly. L«uterbaeli & Johnson— Henry U ?.-h<".iennan.
catcher; Lonti Adler. first basic ; Alfred Lauterbaeh. sec
end base; S^fton, third base: Snee. shortstop; Itoseobaum.
left Held: Niner. centre field; Edward lauterbach. right
Mold; Herbert K. IJmbiirger. Mendelsch. Kersberg, Town
ley. Elder. Mlnrath. Katz and Vultee, pitchers.
Edward I^auterbach was the shortstop of the
champion Invincibles in IS7I. Harry Scheuerman
declares he will make more hits than he ever made
before a Jury. T^oui.' Adler Is said never to have
made an error. Ex-Governor Black has a baseball
record, Ex-Judge Olcott's capacity as a slugger is
well known. "Abe" Oruber is said to be an exact
Imitation of the renowned "Shorty" Fuller.
SUNDAY PLAYERS ACQUITTED.
Syracuse, N. V.. June 28.— The Jury In the case
Of the amateur baseball players arrested for play
ing on Sunday was out Ju.-t three minutes In the
police court this morning, and then returned a
verdict of not guilty. The trial of the Syracuse
Eastern League players fov the same offence is
down for July 6.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN NINE READY.
The iiamburg-Arr.erican Line Baseball Club, com
posed of the employes of the Hamburg-American
Line, has arranged for the use of the West New-
York Field Club grounds for Saturday afternoons
and Sunday mornings for the balance of the sea
son, and Is prepared to meet teams from any
commercial house. Communications may lie ad
dressed to Henry Doblln. P. O. Box No. I.7*T. this
NEW-YORK GKT3 MBRIDE.
The New-York Baseball Club has signed "Algy"
Sfcßrlde to play In tfce otitfield. His release wj.'
purchased from :he Cincinnati club. Mcßrlde will
play his first tame with the home team to-day. He
wiii probably play right field.
WALTER SMITH WILT, TRY TO BREAK THE
ONE-MILE RECORD AT THE MANHAT
TAN BEACH TRACK TO-DAY.
Th-> annual meet of the Kings County Wheelmen
¦will be held at the Manhattan Beach track thl3
afternoon. anil promises to b« one of the most In-
Ming of the reason. This club has been con
ducting meets tot many years. Besides a particu
larly Interesting programme of races, young Walter
Smith, who la a member of the club, will try to
break the one-mile record. The jroußSatar, who is
only eighteen years old. will be paced by a motor
tandem. Last year he rode a mill* at the Berkeley
Oval track in 1:28, and his friends believe that he
•will bA able to lower this figure. The match race
between Kramer and Cooper, two of the fastest of
tho professional riders, and Gascoyne and Jenkins,
the English champions, promises to furnish an ex
citing contest. Kramer and Cooper believe they
will win, because they argue that the Englishmen
are not as yet thoroughly acclimated.
THE ROCK AW AY CLUBS TOURNAMENT.
The programme of the polo tournaments at the
Rockaway Hunt Club, at Cedarhurst. includes
contests for the Blizzard cuds, the Cedarhurst
Challenge Cup and the Ladles' Challenge Cup.
The first, second and third Rockaway teams, and
the Squadron A, Great Neck. Lakewooii second.
Philadelphia and Meadow Brook teams will play
for the BHzzard cups. The first and second Rock
away teams, the Philadelphia Country Club, the
Country Club of Westchester and the Lake wood
teams will play for the Cedarhurst Challenge Cup,
and the Rockaway first team, the Country Club of
"Westchester and "the Bryn Mawr teams will play
for the Ladies' Challenge Cup. The tournament
will begin next Tuesday and will end on July 22.
THE ATLANTIC CITY HORSE SHOW.
The entries for the third annual Atlantic City
horse show the second week In July have closed,
with over four hundred and fifty nominations for
the various sixty-five classes. This necessitates an
extra day to Judge the exhibits. The show will
begin on Monday. July 8. instead of July 9. and
continue the following five days. The number of
entries this year will be nearly a. hundred more
than were shown last season. Horses will be there
from this city. Boston. Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington and many other cities. Nearly all the
noted prize winners that have competed at the
New-York and other prominent horse shows are en
tered. From an equine standpoint the display of
exhibits will be the finest ever seen at the Atlantic
City or any other op»-n air horse show. The high
quality of the entries assures close and exciting
competitions. The exhibitors from this city will in
clude Frank J. Gould, Mrs. Thomas H. Hilliard,
Howard W'lllets, Miss Murchlson. Ralph Pulltser,
Miss Florence L. Stokes, Dr. John L. Wentz, John
Gerken. Charles Pfizer, jr., Mrs. H. H. Good. Mrb.
W. E. Koiroan. Alfred E. Dieterlch and Lewis G.
Young. Tht- public coach Good Times, which made
trips to Westchi i-ter County in the spring, will com
pete in the class for four-in-hand road teams, and
run daily between the Hotel Windsor. Atlantic
City, and the horse show grounds.
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KENNADAY AND GLENNEY TO MTF.T
FOR JERSEY CHAMPIONSHIP.
GRAHAM. THE FORMER CHAMPION. BEATEN
IN THE SECOND ROUND— KENNADAY
MAKE 3 A NEW RECORD— THE
Two more rounds In the New-Jersey golf cham
pionship at Englewood yesterday carried the tour
nament to the finals, and to-day Allan N. Kenna
day. of Montclair. and W. L. Glenney, of Plainfleld,
will meet for the cup.
The day wa 3 full of Inetdent. Archibald Graham,
the holder of the championship, was defeated by
W. L. Glenney in the morning, and Is now out of
the tournament. Kennaday established a new
record of 79 for the course, beating the best pre-
Who broke the record in the New-Jersey cham
vious record by three strokes. Percy Pyne, 2d.
the former intercollegiate champion, was unex
pectedly put out by T. T. Reid, while Bowley. who
won the championship of the Jersey City Golf Club
a week ago, lost to Relnmund.
In this downfall of favorites Graham's overthrow
was the moat surprising. Glenney has seldom ap
peared prominently In open tournaments, though
at his home links in Plainfleld he. holds the club
championship. He was put out In the semi-finals
of the East Jersey Coast championship last season.
and In th» intercollegiate championship last May
was not especially prominent. He is a member of
the Columbia golf team. His victory, however, was
admirably deserved. From being 2 down at the
third green he tied the score at the fifth, halved
the next and was 1 up at the seventh. Graham
got the eighth, however, and as th» ninth was
halved the two turned for home all even. Coining
in Glenney again took the lead at the twelfth.
which he won in a splendid 4. and though Graham
evened matters on the fourteenth. Glenney got the
next two and with them the match. The cards:
Out 4 4 4 8 5 5 5 4 3— 4t
In 4 I 8 4 5 3 7 6 •— 40—
W. L. aieaaejr:
Out « 4 5 4 3 5 4 6 8 —
In 4 6 4 4 6 4 6 8 •— 33— 70
•Bye hole not played.
Kennaday'3 record was established In a way that
indicates the grand possibilities of the Englewood
course. On the opening day Kennaday tied with
Graham at S2 for the best score prize. Yesterday
this trial trip was made to count In shaving strokes
where he ha i previously been weak. His opponent.
Marsellus, furnished a strong stimulant by himself,
going the round in S3. Kennaday opened by winning
the first hole in a bogie 4. The second was halved
in an equally good 3. and then Marsellus evened
the score by taking the third. 4 to 6. At the ninth
Kennaday again had the lead by 2 up. and, though
his opponent got the tenth, Kennaday ran a string
of three holes in 4 each and won the match 4 up
and I to play. The cards.
Allan K. K'nnaday:
Out 4 3 6 4 4 9 4 3 O—3S0 — 3S
In 5 4 4 4 I 4 5 6 41— 73
V A. Maraetlus:
Oat 3 3 4 4 6 4 4 4 6—39
In 4 5 5 4 6 3 « 6 6— 44— S3
Percy Pyne. td, had as his opponent T. T. Reid.
the Montrlalr club captain, who gave Travis such
a close match in the metropolitan championship
last month. Reid's putting was exceptionally
strong, and to this he owed his victory. Pyne was
2 up at the t?nth hole, but could not hold his ad
vantage. He lost the next five In succession. leav
ing the score donate 3 in Reid's favor. On the
sixteenth Pyne lost his ball, which settled the
match. The cards:
T. T. ReU:
Out 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 3—393 — 39
1n54438 4 5 • 1 m 1
Percy Pyne. M:
Out I 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 — 3S
In 4 5 6 5 «5 .1 ft • — «6—
•Bye holes net played.
After waiting until noon for Howard Colby. Paul
\Yi!(V>x. the president of the league, was given his
match by default. This left as the competitors for
the semi-finals Glenney and Wileox and Reid and
Kennaday. who were paired in the order named.
Kennaday'B dashing game, which had been so suc
cessful in the morning, rut Reid on the defensive
from the outset. At the fifth hole Kennaday was
1 up. but Reid managed to close with him on the
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next, and the seventh was halved. Kennaday got
the next two. however, which left him 2 up at the
turn. He followed this with the eleventh, twelfth
and thirteenth, and was dormie 5. Then Reid ran
three straight, and for a time it looked as though
the .Montclair man would be beaten. A halved hole
on the seventeenth saved the match and gave Ken
naday the place in to-day's finals. Cards:
Kenna Jay 5 3 « 3 3 • 6 3 4—334 — 33
Reid 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 •— M
Ktnnaday «i 3 3 3 6 4 « 5 •— 38— 7»
Reid 6 6 4 4 5 3 S & •—&*—&:
•Bye hole not played.
Glenney had an equally close- match with "Wllcox,
but the better endurance of the younger man ajava
him aa advantage in the heat, and WUcox was
beaten by 3 up and 1 to play. The finals between
Kennaday and Glenney to-day will be at thirty-six
In the consolation division E. J. Clark. on« of the
Englewood men. beat his clubmate. ilowrey. after
a tie on the seventeenth greeu. Mowrey mused a
6-lnch put to halve tne home hole, and was de
feated 1 up. Bowley. of Jersey City, had the same
misfortune in his match with B. F. Rcinmund, and
was beaten by a similar score. Another close match
was between Culver and C. F. Watson, of Essex
County. After tieing the score on the eighteenth
green Watson refused to play the deciding hole, and
let the match go by default. In the afternoon the
winners were Olypnant and Clark, who will meet
to-day in the finals.
Two more contests rounded out the day's play, aa
those who were beaten in the first round for th*
two leading cups were paired in separate divisions
for two additional prizes. The results will be found
in the summary:
Championship Cup (second round) — W. I*. Glenney, Hill
side, brat Archibald Graham. North Jersey. 2 up, 1 to
play: Paul Wilcox. Monte lair, beat Howard A. Colby.
Essex County, by default: T. T. Keld. Montclair. baat
Percy Pyne. -2. 4 up. - to play; Allan Kennaday. Mont—
clalr. beat W. A. Marcellus. Yountakah. 4 up, 2 to play.
Semi-anal round — Glenney beat Wilcos. 2 up, X to pUy;
Kennaday beat Reid, 2 up. 1 to play.
Consolation Cup (second round) — Dr. Le Roy Culver,
Jersey City, beat C. F. Watson. Essex County. 1 up;
M. Olyphant. E&iglewood Field, beat J. B. Martin. Youn
takah. 2 up. 1 to play; D. Clark. Jr.. Englawood. beat
Smith Mowrey. Englewood, 1 up; C. H. Blake. Jr.. Snut*
wood Field, beat Clarerce Place, 3 up. 2 to play.
Semi-final round Olyphant beat Culver. 2 up. 1 to play:
Clark beat Blake. 2 up. 1 to play.
Third cup (first round)— Allen. North Jarsory. a
bye: Hugh Scott. North Jersey, beat W. D. Klrker. North,
Jersey, by default: R. W. Candler. Baitvaroi. bast J. W.
Baker. Hillside, by 4 up and 3 to play: B. T. nilnisma*
Engkwood Golf, beat G. H. Bowley. Jersey City, by 1
up (20 holes). -
Semi-finals Scott beat Allen by 2 up; Candlar beat
Reinmund by 1 up.
Fourth cup (first round) — D. Mitchell. Jr.. Olen Rids*,
beat Frank Enoa, E»glewooa Golf, by default, bye vs. a
bye; R. H. Cory. Englewood Field, beat C. B. Kell. Enjle—
wood Golf, by 3 up tnd 2 to play; L. B. Garretson. Moms
County, beat W. Baylis. Enalewood Golf, by 1 up OJ>
Semi-finals — a bye; Garretson beat Cory tar
4 up and 3 to play.
HARBOR HILL DEFEATS APAW.OII3.
In the series for the Class B championship of
the Women's Metropolitan Golf Association at
Harbor Hill yesterday the home team defeated tsj*
ApawamU team by a score of 3to 2. Summary:
HARBOR HILL. I APAWAMIS.
Miss 'Worth _ Si Miss Reid _. 0
Miss A. Smythe 3 ! Miss Walley..._ t>
Miss Wempie i); Miss Downey. ._........._ 3
Miss Scry mser .'! iliss Clark ................. 6
Total _ »| Total _...— 2
"JACK" ROBERTS ON TRIAL AGAIN.
London. June 28.— The second trial of "Jack*"
Roberts, the pugilist, and others, charged with
manslaughter In causing the death of "Bffij*"
Smith (Murray Livingston, of Philadelphia), as th*
result of a boxing contest on April 22 at th-» Na
tional Sporting Club, this city, began to-day at th*
Old Bailey Court. The jury In the first trial,
which was concluded on May 13, disagreed, and th*
defendants were bound over to appear at the next
session of the court. The public prosecutor ex
plained that the prosecution was undertaken with
the view of stopping future competitions of this
kind, rather than with the view of punishing th*
Among the witnesses called for the defence, was)
the Earl of Lonsdale. He said he had been associ
ated wtth boxing for twenty-five years. Th*
Queensberry rules, prevailing at the National
Sporting Club, minimized the danger of boxina;
At the close of the testimony all th« defendants
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