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1 , 4 , "" THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1. "1891 P
P' DELUSION GETS THE STAKE.
ttn. zoniLT.Ann'H cot.t irrxs, nrAXKS
Bjp TO DAItKltKl'tr. ZAMDLKV.
fl? It tVa the Farenell makes, and the Ran
H cocao Celt Was at I.onf- Odds Prraap
H the aat Day'a Racine at Old Jerome
H Park Rknu, I-am-sltajhter, Daley rlaa,
H' Mlli Yoaaff, and Buateed art "tVlsnera.
M Yostarday was as balmy as an early day Ip
June, and tlio attondnnca at Jcronio Park was
H tuoRt eratlfylnir. fully 4.1AM) pomo-m turnlni:
D out to boo what will In nil probability bo
B tho last clay's racing ovor tho lilstorfa did
H coiirso. Tho featuro of tliniliiy'-j liirlni; vra
fl thoFnrowcIl Sta!;fs fortwo-yoar-olilsnttlirpo-
H quartora of a mllo. which was won by Mr.
H 1'lorreLorlllnrd'scoll Dcliulon, a lone shot In
M tlio bottllil.
M Tho tracU wax hoaiy. and tho public derided
B that tho ram should bo fought out by llck-
H pockot and Mar.and tlio bulk of tlio speculidlou
M wan oonflnrd to this pair. Pickpocket was tho
M fuvorlto. but Murn wanxory stroDiely itupport-
H til. and carried about ax much monoy tin Cupt.
B Brown's colt. When tlio flwi full Alraldo.
H Doluslou. and TlonRnl went nuny at a (front
B clip, audmado thn riinnlni with Plckpoekcta
BJ p!ua fourth, and Mar u bnd lnxt. ItoundlnR
Bb tho upper turn, Hlmium went up no.it the rail
BB with Pickpocket, hut onco xtrnlehtcnod away
BM for homo, I.auibloy.wlio was on tho outside, cut
BJ itcroas with Delusion, and, knocking Jletical
BB down, plnnod Pickpocket to the rail. Hlmms
BB was powerless, and I-ntubloy kept Delusion as
IB rloso to thn favorlto n possible, finally land-
B Inn Mr, Lorlllanl'H colt winner by a scant neck.
BB Mnrs camo very fast In tho homestretch mid
fl finished third, n neck behind Pickpocket Den-
KB itntand Stovonson turned aeomplote somor-
ITB aault, nondlni; tho soft mud skyward In show-
HI ern, but fortunnlely both boy and colt escaped
JW unhurt No complaint of foul was ran Jo
Bh ulnst I-nmbloy, and tho horsus wore placed
BB nsthtvy llnlslicil. Delusion was entored to bo
noM for Jl.tKM). biit .). W. ltoucrs, who trains
PlokiKieket, promptlv rnu him up to $L'..'ftH).
Sir. lorillnrd retalulni tho son of urvviek for
H ltockon olosed faoilto for tho oponinc raco
H at six furlones, and xlm won utter a hrulslnir
fM ltnish with HtmoH. Kiil:nur.underthewhlp.
MW beat tho Alclna colt fur third monoy. Lillian
M Ki.tawny liadly, and male up n ercat deal of
urnituii. Uruuuuho was uovurproBjinont, and
run u xtio 'klnn ra'V.
IM Tho Hivnnil ittiv wan foiesoni- conclusion
H for 1-aiuplli-liti'i. dipt. JJinwii's .iiiinililiibtW'o-
B yonr-uld, whogullapud nvviiy from Uett)Mburir
H mill Olenitniutiil. uml i-uvuriiil the mile in tlio
Mm very creilltiililn tlnn nf 1 :45,.
B Dulsyrlnn was tlio gum I thlnir in tho third
-W nice, a weltor linnilli-up u( 1.4(H) )nnU. and,
B wull ridden liy Luiiililfy, Dal' black Koltflng
BV lientt'uhtnllun in'i k. l'iirfiui wns tlilnl, beaten
BBf as fur for soconil miiiw).
BSf , Slllt otuiit and Hello of OiiinKocairlednoar-
ly nil thn mono) lut on the threu-yoar-old
H Helves In tho homestreteii. Milt Young tlnully
Bm wlnnlncc by a lenutli. Nuthiown wax third. T.
B H. Hhannnii. the nwner of Milt Youne, won
Iiretty well ou his cult, who Is a half brother to
MM Tho talent didn't know wlint to do in tho last
race, and Dually split Into two divisions, who
II N Playod NntU'rHaniind Uusteed nulto hcally.
BjBj Uusteod was on IiIn muscle, nnd won as ho
f leased, with WuttorHon second, and Lcpanto
hird Summaries of thu races follow:
I ' " THE nMT BACK.
B A wepitkrft for bot-i'n ttiAl liave run and uot won
fl durlnir (liK meeting, of t20 eacb. with II uw) added.
of wbich $20o to 4ei und nnd $Uw to tblrd. aix f urlongf
J. A. A. II. M(.rrl' ch f. lleckou. s, by Pfiarro
Varbaps, 114 (LltUefle.d) 1
Bj W.B Jannlu'b.r Run 11.3, 10tl(Slm) 2
a D. T.rnliU'er'ah cKirkorer. 3.102 (Meber). .3
U Alclna colt, Uouobue, Woodcutter, Lillian, and Ora-
H tneae alao ran.
Bj Battln-Two and a bait to 1 .ralnit Iloia II , 3 to 1
Bj Reckon. 3 to 1 Orueie , H to 1 KlrLover. lo to I Alclna
- Ult. 11 to 1 Woodcutter. 20 to 1 Lillian, 30 to 1 Dotto
BJ tiua. Mutual paid 121 35. tv 00. t U.'..
II THE SECOND BACK.
BB, A -aasatakai or 120 each, with $1,000 added, ot
' ' Whteht2o0toteeondand$looto third; one mile
H'- S. B. Brown'a br. LainpllKhter, 2, by MpendtbrKt
BBf, TorchUfht. 87 (A. t-oTlnittonl . ... 1
BBf' Xayatona Btabla'a b h (lettyiburf. 5. 104 (Slrao . J
Bf W. C. Dalfab. g. Olenmound. aed, lOJ(Lambler).... a
Time. 145 "
Battlnf Two and a halt to 1 on LarapUehter. 10 to
U BwatnttOtttribarir.etol Qlenmonnd. flutuali paid
H $9M0t $6.00, $0.GO.
BB THE TBIBO SACS.
A welter- eight handicap aveepttakei of $20 each.
with $1,000 added, ot which $200 to tecond and 110U
to tblrd; 1.400 yarda
BM W. C. Daly's hlk. r. DaUyrlan, 4, by Dalnarardoch-
l r. Lyrta.l(Uinu!y.). 1
Bl P. o Wllheraarh.m.Uaitalla, 4. lO(Sllller) 2
B neocuHtablaecli h. rayan. ft, lS4(Tarall 3
Bjl Jalla, Temple, and Ballyhoo alio ran,
I Time. 1:24
I . Battlnf-Nlne to r nralnet Daleyiian. 3 to 1 Ballyhoo.
mm ITtosrasan. n to 1 Caetalla. 10 to 1 each Julia and
B Tampla, Mutual! paid $14 25, $10. $20. V,
H THE FOUBTII IIACE.
H ', farewell Rtakea for two year oldn, a eweepitakeeor
BB $60 each, with $1,250 added, of which $2GOlo aecond
UTBJ and $100 to tblrd; tlx f urlonKi
BM Bancoca Btabla'a cb c. PeluMon, by Warwick Illu-
, alon,104ILambleTL. . 1
ffljt 8 d. Brown'a br.e. rlrkiockFt. 10H (Slmi) 2
III' J.A. A A.U.Morrll'eb c. Mar, llllK. Llttletleld) 3
Alcalde and Bengal alu ran
BjBJ Time, 1 Ui'J.
Bj Battlnf Nine to Savalnit Hckpoeket. 11 to r, Man.
) 4toI BenaaUfltol AlcaKte, utol Deluilon Mutnala
paid $l2l.to, $20 7r, .i.-.
TUX mill BACE.
Bl - A iweepetakei for three-year oldt of $20 each, with
) $1,000 added, of which $joo to second and $100 to
) third; one mile and a sixteenth
RBI T. II. Shannon's b. c Ullt Younif. by Jils Johnson Via.
U ll(Bay) ,1
Bj J. f. Dawss's b f. Belle of Oranite. Ill (W. Mldflej) .2
S-D. Wlthera'sbr. f NutbroHii MIMt. Corinrton). .'I
BUrerFrlnte also run
I ' lluir, 1 :,T,U
Btl Bettlnc Kvru money Milt tuunir. 11 to&aialnst
Belle or Orainte,;i n, I Vjtliro.wi, n m 1 tilirer Prince.
I Mutuals paid JIl.'.M $7.)'. tn ir,.
Bl ruv sixth iuit.
Bl Hweei'Stnkes for nil uk- of $20 each, with $1,000
BH added. oCHbich S.'oo tn urcinid and $100 to tblrd, sell-
BU lutf aliuwaiioek, tsru fiirlmiK'
w. B JrnnuiKss i li h ll.iaietd. 4. by Onondaira
llallet, 11.1 inlm) ....l
BB i fbarlea Uxx's b if Matirrum.s. Iir, (llamiltoli) 2
J! W.C Dalj'sli i.i.ri-ii,t,;i,i:iiteenson). .. 3
fjl t'.i.tiuet uIjhi run
BU Tioie I 'llh
II HeltlltK YUit til 4 on Husteeit, eren money Wattar
III ecu. to 1 airaiutt i .iiiinei 40 in 1 l.ui!to. Mntimls
I I Ulii 11' IK), $14',. $11 lO.
iMin.srrr.t.irH tjrAtst.su it.ivic.
Prlnceas I.lnio llereula the I'liTorllr, Miirlun
t'.t In llir JIuuiIIimp,
LuuMviur, Oft. 14.no races, run on a
dusty, slow truck, ttouu.l up tlio fall meoting
ho-otJ-day undur minuy slclos in tho presenco
of an uttoudnni'o ut about l.OOll. Tho talent
' n iiMial wetonll nt h,'ii. four of thn winners
i liol'n; iion-faiprllea lu tho bi'ttlim. Tho lare'St
N wlnnlns sttibln h"ro Is that of It. J. Trunoy,
. with S'-MKKI win, while Cuit (limn lenilbtho
, lioises, hlsparnlnKsnmduntliiKto'fJ.SiK).
Tlio raco of tho iln, the Cash Huudlcup. onu
jnllo and a aunitor, lui.l tint threo starters.
Business. IDA i Freeman): 1'iinress Minn, 107
i'lhoipe). and Muilou ('.. V (It. Wililuim).
Tlio latter was fiiMirltn at lo J on, but she
U has Bono back on Imm- hit inrm, nnd tlio Im-
ptined Princess Minn, n ho ..v,m t r In tho
betting, won under u drl'io r; a lenKth. thu
fuvurito beutiuu liunlueitH ten lenuths fur
Iilneo honors. Time, '.':rj',. The winner by
his raco cuius u plr.eo in tlio .i,0()o winners
Thollrstraee. hclllnc pu-se, hid mile, with
uluo 6UtrterK i.iiulted In a neck victory for tho
!Wo:year-rldlllly Utile Ulenn. wliow.is H to I
11 tho betting, the 4 tn 'aviiiitc. Qtieeuio
J'rowbrldite. llnlhhinu nfiiiul, u lonirth In lionl
B i)l tlio 15 to 1 shot Jliiru. Time, 1:45'..
H Hcratohlnc rodu.-eil thn Held In tho mllo and
H nnixtoouth htiiidli'iiptii llMirtnrterH. Milouus
favorite ut rt tu .i. nut ho run uiiplucud. tho
' Jinufellow lllly Itinesem, 10D. Perkinson up,
H a 4 tot c'hanee. wliinlin: In a unllop liy two
H Ifngtlm from Dr. .Nne, t,-io bent .lohiijiy
H Wrluklo a IoiiltI Ii for seeond place. Time, 1 :f:f.
H Tho (dx-fuiluiic dithii h.ul six hturtorn Willi
H tlioliongfollow colt Wndiiworth, lir, Jt. Wit-
K lianiNln tho saddle, tho favorite at tl to ft, Ho
H won clowwly by u leuztli fr.mi tho III to 1
mM rluiuco, (ifi).iho. who tinlshi'il u heud lifforo
mM 1'rlncoofDarl.iiess. 'lime. lib.
H A nlno-furlonj; selllne purse, with a field of
H six starters, ended tlio inoetlnc. Thn ,1 to '
mm rtiaaco. Juttnrtlin. 07. ridden by JIenu. won
mM by six iDiutths. Huenemo seoond. a length ami
H a half boturc lloli loroytlie. lleitlia, thu fuvoi-
M Ue, ran fourth. Time, Hiou;,,
W HacInK Keamlla nt Ulniieeater,
W Otoccima, Oct. 14 To day'a races resulted as fot
1 First Rare Six and a hilf furlonK Lannes wun,
$lr WUlian aawud. llsr uo.1 third. Time. 1 :M.
mu Hacond Hace-iUx fnrlunas Irank s wou. MuUlto
. taeotid. Balali Iturd Tluie.l IIH
H Third llace Helen anil h half furious- t'alsrary woo,
H llonrl second. Mangle H third Time, 1 20
H rourUs Kara One mile. Ulddlestune won, funster.
H .tr.aMcad. Wkita .Nose third. Time. 1:40.
' r)na tbie Four and a half turlonta Adair won,
mm4 Kid Kim aaoond. Canteen third rinie.OKHU
H $Uth Race Mx and u half rurloni. Llttlo Addle
H wyn, Koondsy aeroud, Tattler tblrd. Tune, I '.'H
H Too Wlaaera at Chicago.
H'A Cneiso, Ocl, 14,-Besulti at OarOsld I'arkt
B ' "tlrst Race One mile. Indus won, former sscoud.
B Cm Kins third. Time. 1.44.
Becond.Kace Firs rurlonirs Walter won, Murray
- aaeond. Forest third. Time, 1. WW.
BBsi i Third Race Ulle and a sixteenth. Verjft won,
BBH JJudolpb ttfoud. Kenwood third. Time, 1.47W
.' Foana Baca Nile and a sixteenth. Itoial Oarter
mWf vajLliaala aacoad, lloajlny Bltt third Time, I .0.
BBI Fin? Race One mile. First Pay won, Somerset
mm itctmi. rrtmroaa third, Time, 1:43.
BBI , T Sixth Race One mile. Loog bhol won, Bob Thomas
'-conf,IJ;ero third. Time, 1.61,
ZA8T DAY AT MOBIUS TAMC
A afattllns Proft-ramme fbr tke Wlnd.up of
This io tho last day of tlio Iccltlmato raclns
season In Now York State, and tho Now l'ork
Jockey Club offers a most outlelnc card
for Its patrons nt Morris Park. The best two-year-olds
In training nro down to start In tho
Whlto Plains Handicap, nnd nearly all tho
crack three-year-olds will Co to tho post for
tho Polharu Bay Handicap.
Just why Yorkvllto Hollo should concedoSt.
Flor,lan two pounds In addition to hor sex nl
lowanco Is not clear, nnd Itlsnsklntr a great
deal of Mr. McLowoo's suporb filly to put up
137 pounds nnd meet such good performers as
she must ko nitnlnst to-day. LampHtthter Is
'the best handicapped liorso In the race, nt 103
pounds, nnd tho ono that boats Oapt Brown's
colt will como pretty closo to taking away tho
money. St Florlan may ruu socond, but tho
Kentucky colt Chief Justlco Is .very, highly
thought of, and was sent on to win this rauo,
llrltton Is horo to ride Jim Williams's flyer. .
It is not plain, cither, why ltussoll should bo
Irt Into tho Pelliam Bay Handicap with but
Hi) pounds up, making Equity eoncedo him
weight. Itussell and Pessara should havo the
Pellmm Bay Handicap to themselves, as they
havo much tho boet of tho weights. Tho
Cokotin lllly has a clmneo to beat all tho sprint
ers In tho opening dash, and tlio Matagorda,
till v nnd Kitty Van may bo closo up. Klrsch
nnd Alibi ulpn may do In tho second, and Judao
Morrow nnd Beckon should bo worth rt bet In
tho third, nnd Cynosuro and Itoquefort may do
to play In tho last.
This Is the programme In detail:
First Race Handicap sweepstakes of $20 etch, with
$1 two added, of whiih $200 to second and $100 to
third; six furlongs.
Reckon 110 Lltile OK
Arab 11.'. Actor U4
Tormentor 113 ponohue. VO
Nlrileorire Ill fokena lllly HO
Kitty Van JOS ra(o:,.... US
Matarorda Ally 10J
Hecnnd Race Sweepstakes for two year-olds non
winners at this msetlna- at $20 each, with $l.Uix) add
ed, of which $200 to second and $100 to third: welthts
10 pounds aborc-tha scale; selling altairacceei fire rur
lengs. Recess IIS Faux Tas colt lot
Foreigner Ill Klrsch 104
Furnish 113 coronet 104
Vernon 11A Wlgaaiii 101
St. Uenls 110 Batmnan US
tlrand l'rtx 110 Allliplr !-'
Ilyaclnthe . .. . lOT'Mstru.nt HIV
aucluse 107 l'nui,'ri' lift
Alca'de lo7iLonitantlunple filly ... us
Third Race llandl.-an sweepstake of $20 each, with
$1,000 added, of which .'l" to second and $JO0 to
third: ons uille and a luarirr.
JndgeMorrow. .. Illiu'sti Cnn PO
Reiboit ., .. linMim Hi
Klugniuksr . . V.'-'!i
Fmirth Rac Wliltn Plaliii Handicap fnr two rcsr.
olds at $lisicsch. the club tn guarantee the gnies alue
of tueetnketo lie sioissi nt wlilcti $.!om to second
and $1,isiO ii third; clmcJ mlli 2S2 entries; tl.reo
quarters of a utile.
uTkvllle Hell 127 Wah Jim 101
St. Klorlnt 122 Rex 104
Dagouet 111! Lallsh W1
Uashford lis Sllter Fox loo
Azra HA Zatnpost Iir,
Ignite 114 .Monopolist US
lliler JualUe 113 Fleurette M
Vestibule . ... Ill Marmont 112
Mimliult 1011 Lmllta HO
Lamplighter I0S umiialr In)
Hfth Race I'elham Hay Handicap for three ear-
uiui. n, fi v. !. vil vw ni..,u, v. -... .-' ...
aecond nnd $200 to tblrd: chwd with eighty four
entries; one mile and a quarter.
Bermuda 136' Montana 101)
Htrathmeath 124 Klldeer I0&
Plcknlcker 123 1'eter 100
I'esssra 11H Woodcutter 07
Russell lltl Klrkoier VS
Sixth Race-Sweepstakes of $20 each, with $1,000
added, of which $2oO to second and $100 to third; sell
ing alio ances, heats of six furlongs
St John las Roquefort 03
Cynosure 103 Ponohne 113
Actor U4 llappyDay His
Lynn V3 Knapsack Hi
TUB CESAUEWITCII STAKES.
Baglmunde, nt 3 to 1, Wlna the Prise Hand.
Iljr by Two I.enstba.
I-ONDo.v. Oct 14. Tho principal event In
sporting circles to-day was the race for the
Cesarowltch Utakes at Newmarket It was won
by tho Duke of Beaufort's throo-year-old black
colt Baglmunde, by Petronol, out of Bagman
Roll. Mr. A. Kilsyth's three-year-old bay filly
Penelope, by Ponton, out of Bessie Dora, was
second, and Mr. Vynor's flo-year-old brown
maro Lllly ot Lumley. by Uncas. out of Lady
Lumley. third. Tho other starters were Mr.
Daniel Cooper's MonsMeg. Mr. Jamos Daly's
Vlctorlcus. Mr. J. Lambert's Judith. Mr. O.
Cleveland's Chesterfield, Capt Machell'sltatii
beal. Lord Hartlngton's Morion, Lord Itoss
lyn's Buccaneer, and Capt L. H. Jones's Tho
osophlst. Baglmunde won by two lengths. Lllly of
Lumley was a bad third. The weatlior was
terriblo and delayed the racing for some time.
The Prince of Wales and other members of the
royal family were present.
Tho last betting was 25 to 1 against Bagl
munde. UU to 1 against Penelope. 23 to 1 against
Lily ot Lumley. 0 to 1 against Mons Meg. 7 to 1
against Victorious. 0 to l against Judith, It) to
I against Chosterfleld. 11 to 1 against Bath
beat. VI to 1 against Morion, and 20 to 1 each
against Buccnneerand Theosophist The con
ditions of tho raco were:
The Cesarewltob Btakss. a handicap of 25 sorereigns
each, 10 forfeit, with COO added, for tnree-year-olda and
upward; winning penalties; the owner ox the second
hore to recelre 200 sorereigns and the third 100 sov
ereigns out of the stakes; entrance, ft sovereigns, the
only forfeit If struck out; two miles 2 furlougs and 34
yards; tfti subscribers.
Manhattan College Annual Field Games.
The twenty-eighth annual Hold day of the
Jasper Athlotlo Association of Manhattan Col
lego took placo at Jasper Park yesterday. Iuthe
morning tho seniors won the baseball cham
pionship of tlio collego by defeating the sopho
mores, after a close contost. by 7 runs to 0.
The athletic events camo off during the
afternoon and resulted as follows:
Wheelbarrow Race Won by T. Kibticgan. F. J, Wc
Hurdle Race Won by D Connor. J. Richmond second,
II Tobln tblrd
Fat Man's Race Won by T. Flynn, J, O'Connor sec
ond. J. J O'Brien tblrd.
Two hundred and tnenti jard Dash Won by 0. Col
lins. T.Curransci nnd, I. Mi'Ouire third
Burden Kacc Wun by U, Cotiuor, II. Manning second,
T 8 Fly nn third.
Running Bases Won hyU O'Keefe, P. qulnn second,
Potato Race Won hy B. V. Merrigan, E. Donphy sec
ond l Oulmi tblrd
Half mile Walk-Wun by N. Donnally, D. Hayes
sorond. I'.Miallca third.
Four hundrrdaudforts-yird Dash Won by U. Col
lins. W Shallew second
Throning the llnsebftll-Won by L McUulre 33S feet:
l: Iiiinphy, a.tr. feat, seiiii'l. F. Flynn, 317 feet, third.
Illgli Kick W on by W. Burke, ,1, u Punnell aecond.
Three-legged liaie Won hy Connor brothers, II,
Uannlng and HcCorri second.
PuttlngTuelie bound shot Won by T, B, Flynn, J.
Creegan second, r A Collins third.
Throning Twelve-pound Hammer Won by F. S.
Kliuii. P. J. llrCorri seioiid.J rreegan third,
suck ItaceW on b 1). Cciiimr, J, Uleaaon ssconrt, J.
Running Broid Jump Won hy T. Curraii. .S. Donnelly
seiuud, If, Manning third
Handing llruad Jump Won li) T. CMrratl. It. Mc
Ilonouifh second, II. Manning thlril,
Itunulng Hon step, und Juuii Won h) V, ijulnii, c,
('llius svcollil, hblilew third.
Putting sixteen jound ..liot WVn hy J (rjegan, T,
H. Iljlin seior.d.f. J MiUurra) tlilld
Throw liitf HUli n iiouml Haminrr Ucn hy J Crse
Kan f S rllllimetulnl. F .1 Mclllirra) third
i.uuuiiig uign.iumi wun uy i' mums j iticnmond
secuiid. li Connor third
Our mile (!u uw on p'tuieW on hv ,, Punnelly, D,
line hundred yard linah Won li c Collins, T, Curran
srciiiul, I, Mclliilrolhlid.
The tug-of-war contest between tho seniors
nnd sophomores was won by tho former. Mur
ray. I'lynn. MeMurrny. Mitchell. Tobln. and
rlannKuu composed tlio winning team.
lyiin. 'trj. won tho athletic championship
with 22 points tn his credit. C. Collins. Vi,
was second with 21 points.
J:milen for the I'urk'v Jtoxluc; Mlio,
The third annual bo.tng touiiiiimentof tho
PurkA. C.will tiiko place nt Kulor's Washing
ton Pnlacn Hall.. Brondwuy and Chuuncey
street. Brooklyn, on Thursday, Oct. 15, and
tiuturdtiy, Oct, 17. Hnndsnme gold meduls
tvill bo glvon to llrsl and Heeond In each class,
tho entries for wlili'li urn us follows:
One huudrcd und lite poun I L'lnss Thomas l'aylon,
liilunA C, li. Connors Jerscj city, Mike Bent, Inlon
A i': iiltowrrgtl. FurkA c, Tniu Puckers Park A,
i .; 1' D'Urleii. I'almettii .t ..I Krlti Palmetto A.C.;
Hall lliiiiiie), fur. A C.W' II MmiliM. Ilamlltiiu A, C ;
John Muiflei, Hint A I' .lalnr lllodrlcl, Park A. i'.i
lleliiy KulIh.illrwl.lH. A I , James Walsh, Hohii
To. n A. II , A. Ilcllllz. HriH.k lyn A. C ; Thomas l-arkllu,
Hanover A. C J John Mipouald, Park A. II,; T, O Ktefc,
Cltntuii A. C, '
One hundred and fifteen nound Clasi-lluirh chrlnl.
Hamilton A C, John ii'.Selll L'nluu. A. 0.; John . I,
o Brlen. Down Town A C , F.dward Sweeney. Park. a.
J ' JX" AfS.v " u"-, .V.1-iKfr ' I "' '"s-gins. City A.
0 ; Thomas O'PonoelL Clipper A. 0.
one hundred and twenty lite pound Class (Irorge
Connors, Poa ii Town A c. John W. Bergsr, Hamilton
..!.. John Keiiuy. Brighton A. I": Richard llazletuu,
acUiirilA.il; J Hnlrs Lulon A. I! ; Joseph Hulllvsn,
.Sow York city; UKhael Ryan, Cnlon At); J Fill,
grraid, Park A C, S (I. Adaum, I Upper A, C iboinas
Icnuard, Varuua Boat Club, J N Kpaoth. anmaBoal
Club. John Collins, rnlcm c, William Ernst. 1'ark A.
C, redntelnrr. Clipper A Hi John ximiuer. Park A.
!; II. Mick, Acorn A. C. H Kberlc. Park A C; deurge
MrCormlrk, Mohican A. '.. J, Barry, Cllnper A, c.
(ine hundred and thirty die-pound Class Cbristla
Mralauus. I'ninn A i .; Thomas Cross, Union A.
!, Feter hums, park A. 0; James P. Find If),
Union A O : Hugh Winters, Brooklyn A If.;
Charles Pastier. Park A. C: William B. Rallly.
Brooklyn A. C; W, Hamilton. J. Nolan, Acorn A. C: M,
J, FItsgcralJ, llronklin A i: ; Theodore Piatt, iielfnrd
A. II,; rhoniaa F, Cotton. Brooklyn A 0.; Charles Jack
on. Palmetto A. U i A, H. Per. Brooklyn A. U ; M. (Jsl
laghrr, Brooklyn, t.t:., Mlko Ityan. I'nlon A. C.
(ine-bundred aud fnrt -III e pound Class-Jack Fgaro,
City A. C.; Poll Brown. Park A. It.; James Sullivan.
Brooklyn A. I!.: K. Van gtieu. ( Upper A. C ; Jabs Mul
ligan Park A. I'.; Hrorge J. Haggle, Hamlltun A C; A.
Atoater. Faglo A. ('.
One hundred and fitly eight pound Clats-Johu Mullt-
fan. Part A. O.t August Apsl, Uamllton A. 0 : J. J. Van
loulsn, West Side A. 0.:r. J. Lohf, Hamilton A. C;
O. V. Patkir, Bedford A. 0,
DIKBCTB BIG PERFORMANCE,
UK .VAICF TlllMll COXSECUTtVB MILKS
.V XII 1.1-4, !!llOU4, XtlOl'9.
tlnteUsIrp l.rada the Tvso-yeavMilda-tJIIIetle
nl flame In the llf C'la-Allerton
Fntorlle Cor To.dny'a 43 re at Bare,
Lfxikotox, Oet. 14. If Hal Pointer had met
Direct Ina raco to-day ho would have bad n
ruoro difficult tnsk than tho ono reuulred nt
Torra Hnute Inst week, for tho blaok pacer
went three miles In his work that would defeat
any horse that draws a sulky, except tho Ten-
neseo champion. Tho first mllo was In 2:11U,
tho second In StlO'i. and tho third 'JslOM.
In tho fastest mllo Direct enme from thn hnlt
homo In 1 :03. and ns nearly as tho last quarter
could bo timed rondo It In HO second".
Tho track nt Nashville, where he nnd Hal
Pointer arc to meet nett week, is n now ono.
and not us likely to suit tho Cnlltomlnnns tho
emoijth hard one at tho Fair Grounds, where
tlio flyers nro putting In so many fast miles
Tho mooting is just halt otor to-night, und
there tins been no delay at nil to-dny, oents
being all ended In consecutho heuts. Two
fiuoiltcs failed, but Ornttan, the selection
for tho 2:20 class nt C to 2. landed
tho money cleverly, with Alhnmbra tho
only one nt tho Held at all tlnn
gerous. Ornttan knocked several (seconds
off bis pi c lous rocord. Bed Cherry sold fiiyor
ito for !::! class, but tho Michigan lllly (Juiek;
stop was ton speedy for thn daughter of Bed
Wllke, nnd nono of tho othor two-year-o ds
could get near hor. Tho form shown liy Oil
leltu in tho 2:10 class wasa surprise, ns Dniuly
Jim nnd Dandy wero considered tho most
likely In the third rnco. Ollletto won llrst heat
by thrco lengths In 2:17's. and put lu two
more fast miles with something to spare each
time. Angelina looked dnngerous in tho last
two boats, but could not finish, with tho black
gelding. Dandy Jim nud tho other Dandy wore
never 111 thu hunt, though thero wcro plenty
of backers for both. ... ,
Homo tlmo rooords woro mndo this morning.
They ending Tony V. trotted n half In 1:17 '
Ooorgo V. Leatittof Boston sold his pacing
lllly Pussy Cat for S7.5W) to-day to 1'iauk
Newell, aWn n tilrllto from tho Hub. ,
There Is n lot of intorest concerning tho bat
tle between Alierton nnd Delmnreh that conies
olT to-morrow. Many think Dolmnreh will win.
as he is ery steady and has gone faster In u
rnco than the champion. Alluiton went n auur
ter In 31 ' seconds jestcrday. To-night liu Is
favorite at 111 to a ... . ..
Tho Bonnor htako of 82,01)0 for throe-year-olds,
thn Iroo-for-ull trot, and 2:22 pneo are
also on tho card for Thursday, hummarles:
2 20 i last; purse S1.C00
(Irntlan In Wilkes Boy (Maddosi 1 1 1
Alliainiira (Crist) J 2 2
IllrlgiM-liliui) a 3 3
I.ainar (llognii) 4 11 4
stoner Bo) (Brian nrdbtiearluger) 7 4 ,
National lU Pubic) 0 r, it
Crcacent (Mace)) 11 0
UreeulnndcrBo) (Fuller) 8 dli.
Tlnie-2.22h. 2 22H. 2 24.
2 30 clan ror tn o-ycar olds: purse $000.
Quickstep (Howcn) t 1
Ked Cherry I Keliney) 2 2
llsutou Wilkes (Irame) II 4
u-..i-. .ir.li...t . ,1
Ilasllea (Thomas) . 4 6
lAkewood (M, Bonermali) It
Abbadonne (Kell) ) II 7
Tlme-2 27. 2.2S.
2 ID class; purse $1,000
Gillette by Cyclone (Thomas) 1 t 1
Angelina (Kelly) 3 2 2
Cleveland 8 (Rathburn) 2 & II
Pandy Jim (Darts) u 4 a
Bloomtleld (Johnston) 7 3 7
Kenwood (Plckerson) 4 it 4
pandy (McCain .. v ' &
Tlme-2rl7H. 2 1H 2 IS',
37TB FOIST BllEKZK ItlSOER.
lie la Prince Hal, Silt) 1-4, Driven by F. C.
Burlonr. la Dlsarnlae.
Philadilpiha. Oct 14. In flno weather and
with a good attendance the trotting at Point
Breeze was continued to-day. Tho linger of
yesterday, Brown Frank, has boon identified
as Prlnco Hal. 2:10', and the whiskered driver
as F. C. Barlow, who was oxpollod Inst yenf fur
ringing with Frod Finch, a fast pacer by Wind
sor. Barlow is hoavily in debt around hero for
feod. stabling. Ac, so his dlsgulso soned a
doublo purpose. Numerous Inaulrles wcro
mndoto-davforhlm and Dcmpsoy. but neither
could be found.
Tho trotting feature of tho day was tho
splendid victory of Cypress. From a Held of
nine, some of them with better records than
his own, ho won in faster tlmo than his mark,
trotting every yard of the track, finishing each
heat on his courage. One heat was trotted
yesterday, and to-day it required twenty-two
scores before the field got the word. Woltor
Herr. b. g.. by Hlr Walter, gathered in this heat
in2:10U. ono second hotter than his rocord.
Then Hiram Bmlth. the old-time Fleetwood
trainer, sont Cypress to tho front in 2:20, a
drop of ono socond from his 18tX) mark.
Tho 2:20 trot is unfinished, throe horses
having two beats and all ot thorn loworlng
their records, Florenco H.. 4X seconds: Dola
van. 2l seconds, and Kitty Frazler. 1 socond.
Records woro also lowored In tho unfinished
2:25 pneo, Honry 1L. from 2:25 to 2:24 H. and
Attraction, from 2:21 ', made at Baltlmoro
last week, to 2:10 . The talent have been in
tho soup all day. and will have a tough job
getting out to-morrow on tho unfinished
2 20 class; trotting; parse $000.
cypress, ch. s . by Kentucky Prince (Smith) 1 .1 1 1
Walter Herr. h g. (Statton) 4 13 2
Soudan.br g. (Drags) e 2 2 B
Tom Hamilton, b. g. (0. 1). Smith) 2 7 8 7
Charley O , g f (Hentschel) a 4 5 2
Wallace O.ch.g. (Reamer). r, r, 4 il
Problem, h g (trwln) 7 w li 4
Brava, h. m. (Blther) 8 tl it u
Royal, ch.g (Nicholson) 0 u 7 dr
Tlme-2.22. 3illl',( 2 20 2'IKif
r 2 2r, class: pacing, purse $4(10 (unfinished).
Attraction, b s , by Alcantara (Harrington) , , n 1 1
Hsnrrll.blk g, (Pemarestl 1 2 2
Pavld Copperrleld, blk. g. (Wall) ft 3 n
Tempest.blk tf.(bpence) 2 4 5
rludd Doble, b g (Tyson) 4 II 4
I, J. Rockwell, b, (Dodge) 3 f 7
Ace of Diamonds, b. a. (Percy) 7 7 it
Mick O'Ponnell cb.ir , , a u h
Tirae-2 24 1, : 22V. 2 lu'
Trotting at Fonghkerpale,
PouonuEPSiK, N. y Oct, 14. Thero wero
three good sweopstake races at tho Driving
Park to-day. Summaries follow:
Match rare: purse $&0
Kettle Stock Farm'a htaunal, by Stambonl . ,. Ill
Hldorado Stock Farm's King Clay, by Clay King 2 2 2
rime-2.33. 2 3lJi S 31J
Second race; purse $.10.
Kettle stock Farm's St. Jonathan, hy Kentnckr
Dictator , , i i
Eldorado Stock I arm's Water Bell j
Match race; purse $fi0.
Kettle Stuck Farm's Aldebaron.bv Fnterprtse 111
Cldorado Stock Farm's Hank Newell 3 2 2
,Tillle-2 43, 2.42, 2.IO!t
Trotting Beanlla at Derby Park,
Nur llivry, Oct, 14 The Derby races opened today
at tbe Derby Driving Park with an uxcellcnt track and
n good attendance The weather was ver) i old. There
were flie starters lu tbe 2 33 dais nut of ten entries,
anduul) three out of sixteen In the three luliinle clurs
Three minute class: rtirse $300 Tom II of New York
first. Jim of Knrcstvilfe second, Senslhli. or rridgvoort
third Best time. J -I1H
2 3d i lass, purse $2Ui May Qneen of Chatham. .S
V, first. Bob Hoy of Peelsklll. V , sei olul, Mlko of
Nsw lurk third, Pest lime, 2.ur!t.
Munol aud Olhera to Try Agulu,
A despatch from Stockton, Cul announces
that on next Tuesday, if conditions are faor
able, five famous trottors will endeavor to lm
prote their records. Tho fleet-looted steppers
urft tlunol. Pain Alto, Warn bou I, Arlon, and
Kentucky' Hlg Hale of Trottei .
l.riivuTov, Oct, 14 Twenty uluo head uX trotting
hoi ses Mere sold at Woodward A Hhsnklln'a roiuhlim
tluu sale here to day for a total ot $2U,0&0, making
anaierageof $0111. Inllowlug Is a list of those selling
for $sl and over:
M)tlc. br s. 4, b) Dictator, dam hy llamhletonlan
in, UeorireA Slngrrly, Philadelphia, $I,2UJ.
Negua. hr, s . 3. hy Indian Hill dam hy Ueorge Wilkes:
William Keiiued). Hope. Ind . $AH).
.Nuiun. h s , 3 by Indian Hill, dam by Ueorge Wilkes,
Ueorge A Mllgerlr $700
Hddltr, h f., 2. br Princess, dam br Pilot Varabrlno;
A. W. Hooker, .Nashville, $Azr,.
Ordinance, br f.. 2, by Princess, dam hy George
Wilkes. It H. Munlhan. St. Mathews. Ky., $0o.
ll'Mullj.li c.2 hy Princess, dam by Uamblstnnlau
10, J II Beam, Bardslown. Ky $H3S
Mies, b s , 8, by Princess, dam by Volunteer; Sam
Orlop, br. r . 3, by Princess, dam by Messenger Duroc;
I, F, Bvane Ferrylown. (, $77ft
Obelisk, b c,2 by Pbaills, dam hy Princess; O. U
Abne), tltlorla, Tex.. $1110.
Osborne, hr ' . 2. by Princess, dam by (leorge Wilkes:
T. W, McLaughlin. Fern leaf iiv , $ui.
Odurlc, ch. t',2. by Juror, dam by .Nutwood; (leorge
V Bennett. Culdiboro, tr-'Hl.
OUiette. br.f.,4,b) Director. dam by Princess; John
I) Creighton. Omaha; Nth, $1,U7."
a) coll. yearling, by William I. . dam by Princess;
R F. LaUmmi, Independence. Un . $i.msj
Prjiice Mlddleton, h c..by Princess dam by Bar
Mldoletoni J twlnif. Barabo.!, W Is. $1,400. '
Star Wood, b c , 2. hy Mar Wilkes, dam by Nutwood:
Harry Cllmore. Versailles. $i,22f.
Glen Princess, b. m,3 hy Princeton, dsm by filen
arnle: George slngerl), $810
Ruth. br. f. 2 hy Count Wilkes, dam liy Mamhrlno
Patchen, Fred Hubbard, Cedar Springs I'jlo
Full Athletic Meet at Ansherat.
Amitsir, Oct. U.-The fall athletic meet of Amherst
College nrenrred on Pratt Field this afternoon The
track was very heaiy and the ground muddy, That
fact accounts for the low records Nona of the former
records arte appmached, 'Mnety three secured the
elder by scoring 114 points; 'HI had rA and 'W, HI
DOUits. 'Nlasly-lhrea celebrated bar victory lu the tra
ditional raannsf at ih " gym" in tha tvenlig.
si is Is mi i a as-'
XE1T8 Or THE TAOITS.
The Vamooae will neraaln Here Vnlll Srxt
There will bo no rnco botwoon tho Norwood
and Vnmooso this year, but tho chances of a
raco next year aro very good. The Vamooso
will not go to Han Francisco until next season,
but will bo laid up in Tcbo's yard. The dam
aged steam stoorlng gear Is utmost repaired.
VeBtcrdny tho crow woro hard at work getting
tho Vamooso Into shnpo for tho wlntor. The
brass smoko stock has boon takon off. The
grnto bars woro takon out and painted to pro
ont their rusting. Tho onglno will bo well
grossed, nnd then n eanns cover will bo
etrotclieil nil over tlio boat Engineer Hellhron
will romaln horo all tho wlntor and bo ready to
rneo in thn spring,
Tho Norwood's nnglno Is takon npart, and
nieces of it nro In lteilly'n shop In Brooklyn. It
Is said a new condenser Is to bo nut In. .
Many of the j aehu that havo been anchored
ouuuy isinnii iiaua Hard tlmo in tlio recent
storm. A small sloop nnd two ratbonts wcro
drfcu high and dry on tho bench on tho osst
side, and ocrul rcwbouts havo been dntn
ngeil. There nro nulto a lnrgo number of yachts
laid mi nt City Island for tho winter.
Among, them nro Tltanla, owned by. (1
O. Iselin: Kntrltia. owned by Auchlncloss
Brothers: Bedouin, ownod by Archibald Bog
ers: Monteclto, owned hyAlpxnnder Maltland;
Jessica, owned by Y. OT). MnDonottgh; Tlogn,
owned by Heymour L. Hustod: Bansnoo, own
od by Arthur Herlbncr: I-aem, owned byO.
Bullock; rJustitiB, owned by H, Andrews: Alma,
owned by Charles Olmstoad: Nameless, ownod
by C. W. Wetmoro; tillve, owned by A. L. Fer
ris: J. I. M., owned by J. I, Merritt: Ven
tura, owned by Kidney J. Colford: Kelpie,
owned by A. V. Cabot: Mischief, owned by
Oeorgo Work: Jilnervn, owned by J. Leo Car
roll, Jr.. and Ventura, ownod by H. D. Tiffany.
Tho Hmugglor, owned by JJ, J. Boury. is nt
..Mr. August Bolmont has laid up his yachts
Mlncoln and Marlqulta at Bay Bulge.
Tho prospects for next year's building nro
not bright nt present Boston remnlns Inac
tive, nud New York does not show signs of do
ing much. J. Bcnvor Webb expects to design
a steam yacht for E. II. Felton. nnd William
Gardner is planning two steam yachts, n 03
foot cutter for Ueorge Bullock, nnd a tH)-foot
schooner. Oeorgo Work of the Mischief has
tnlked somo of building a 70-foot Bloop, but
has not given nn ordor for ono ns yet
Tho schooner Atlantic has changed hands,
but thonamoof hor new owner has not boen
GOTir.iws roon uEaixsisa.
The) Lone Both Onmea as i Starter In the
American National Tournament.
Another good-sized crowd watched thocrack
teams of the Glendale, Oothnm, and Peorloss
clubs roll tholr series of games In tho Ameri
can national tournament Inst evening. Tho
.1. . ( imre .s. ,!. it Sme
Timpe 2 r. :t lixi Trior .12 0 14r
Wenier... .202 17ii c. Boettger,. 442 173
Nurphy 1 M 4 US Ostertag .. . 8 II 1 182
Penny II fi 2 17.3 A. Boettger.. 2 U r, 144
Flichs 4 4 2 184 Schlichte 2 3 5 1411
Totals 122013 B41 Totals 14 18 IS 7U3
Glendale, ... SS llin 2411 B21 40.. 403 MM A.-.2 79S 841
Gotham .... 74 141 208 2S0 :iS 407 (KM) 023 710 7U3
Average Glendale. 1(18 1 5, Gotham. lnaS-G.
I'mplre J. P. Uanefelser. Scorers O. Schenk and
1 S. B Sure l. S, B. Seor;
Prior o 4 il 1.11 Lowrey 1 4 & 13w
C Boettger.. 1 4 r. 1BH 11. McKlroy... O 7 a 1CJ5
Usterag. . .. :t 4 H lees McKlroy... 1 4 4 141
A BoeTtger..:) 2 fi 137 Spllier .. .16 4 IM
Hchllchte.... 4 4 2 173 balnes 3 4 3 171
Totals. ... 1 lis 21 737 Totals "7241S T6t
Gotham SI 11 21H2U2 .1(10 44nr,2iir,S3 (1(11 737
Peerless .75 14(1 2J5 2US 3(14 432 SIS HOeJ Bi) 7SU
Average Gotham. 147 2 5. rerrleas. l.'.l 4 r.
Impire J. P. panefelsen. Scorers F, II. Aukamp
rscaLrss I ciKXDlta
.s .n 1J Sir re .v. .V B. Stire
lowrey 3 3 4 174, Timpe .. ..14 r, 138
C. Mil'lroy 2 .1 r 143 Werner ..127 US
K McKlroy 2 II 2 lll4,Murph) ..O H 2 1(11
SulUcr I tl :t l.-VIi-nu) .... 2 rt 2 It),
Iaincs .. 4 1 r 1BJ lutbs 3 4 3 100
Totals ...12 llllH 7tm Totals ."?24l5 747
Peerless . St 127 212 2S3 3(11 43S r,2R r,S'3 (17(1 788
Glendale. 7(1 IH4 240 322 407 1V 547 28 Wl 747
Aicragc Petrlets. l.'7 3-". Glendale. 14112 5. I'm-
Slro-C.. II. King. Scorers F. II. Aukamp and R.
The New Jersey A C and Fidelia Clnb played a
friendly match game at theWalhalla Hall alleys last
nigbt. The visitors wou tho game by 07 pins. The
Hew Jersey Athletic club Plsenecker. 171: Dnryee.
IDS: Grant. 20U; Young. 144: krause, 121: 1'lercy. 1W1;
lloltou. 114; Fllsslmous, 150, Barnes, 178, llolden. 17U.
Fidelia Leverldge, 192: Trelss, 189; Schroeder. 13(1;
B. Gnnst, 138; P. Wannemacber. J .14: I'ebeck, 143. P.
Krteker, 150, I-. Wannemacber, 141; Amann, 187;
Paulsen, 157. Total, 1.5l0.
Tbe third series of gamea In the annual team tourna
meat of tbe Jersey City Athletlo Club were decided on
Tuesday avening, teams 4 and tl being the victors. The
Team No 5 Anness. 144: Waddingtoa. 107; Corduan.
132; Scndder, 14,, and Merer, 145. Total. 073.
Team No.4-Vat(. 174, Mcllrny. 164; Dickson, 139:
Iloyt, 135, andStarrett, 151. Total, 753
Tram No 2-llogg. 158, Stahrott, 130, Gubelman,
148; Ixmgfleld. 132, and Wllner, 15) Total, 723
Team No O-Fleld. 177: Grabo. 112, Klckerlch. 137;
Scott, 165, and Lockwood, IDS. Total, 748.
The Individual bowling tournament games of the Lin
coln Club of Brookl) n were rolled on toe ctub'a allele at
64 pntnam avenue on Tuesday evening. The scores are
Class No 1 -Berry. ISO, Edwards, 123: Sands, 144;
Williams. 1UII. Berry. Ifiil, Sands. 149, Fdwards, 173;
Williams. UU: Berry. 16i. Williams, 127, Edwards.
152. hands, 142. Total. 1 5.17.
I less Mo. 2-ContreU. 130, Wesllake. 121: Robinson.
153, Fiinnan. 14'l: Contrelf. 162, Furman, 180, Kobln
aon. 14J: Wrstlake. 141; Contrell. 113, Robinson, 140,
Westlake, 11(1: Furman. 102 Total, I. (Ilia.
Class No 7 House, 128. Chichester, 87: House, 112;
Terry, 80. Chichester. 14i. 'ferry, lul. Toui, J50.
Class No 8-W'aters. . McPerniott. 115: W aters, 73;
Beavan, 102; McPermott, 143; Beavan, VI. Total, 538
Schedule of the Academy Tournament,
The committee of the Academy (formerly Pomeroy's)
tournament have arranged the schedule for the ssa
soa'a games. The Glendale, Gotham, Fidelia, and Koie
dale cluha are contestants In both local tournaments.
The last named club has no conflicting games, but the
other three clubs will have to pltco two teams In the
field on the nights when they are scheduled for both
tournaments, unless Hie matter should be reconsidered
at a later day and tho schedule altered, which is not
probable. The Fidelia Clu'i roll 111 both tournaments
onptc 28 and Jan, 15 The Gotbam'a dates conflict on
Jan. 1.1. and the Ulendale's on Pec. 23 The schedule Is
Monday. Nor. 11 Pastime, Monarch, and Pleasure.
W ednesday, Nov, 1 1 Jonah Gotham, and Rosedale.
rrlday. Nov. 13-Fluke. krakebllu.aud lldella
Monday, N'u, 10 park Aveune, Volunteer, and Man
hattan. Wednesday, Nov, 18 Felssnkellcr, Glendale, and West
Friday. Nov, 20 Pastime. Gotham, and Fluke.
Monday, Nov. 28 Rosedale. Meubattati, aud Felsen
Wednesday. Nov 25 Monarch. Krakehlla. and Jonah.
I rlday. Nov. JT Pleasure, Glen tale, aim ridella
Monday, No, 30 Park A-enuc, West bhore, and
Wednesday, Dec, 2 Manhattan. Krakehlla, aud Pas-
r riday. Pec, 4 Volunteer, Gotham, and Glendale
Monday. Her. 7 Krakehlla, Pleasure, nud Ro-edale.
Weduesda), Dec. u Felseukoller, lluke, and Monarch.
Friday, Dec. 11 Manhattan. Udells, and Gotham.
Monday. Pec 14 oluuteer. Fluke, and Jouah
Wednesday, Dec, lu FeUcnkaller, Pastime, and Park
lrlda),Der, 18-Rnsedale. West Shore, and Monarch.
Munda).Dec. 21 Manhattan. Jonah and Pleasure.
Weduesda), Dec. 23 Glendale, Park Aicnue, and
Monday. Deo. 28 West Shore, Fidelia, and Pastime
Wednesday, Dec, 30 Monarch, Glendale, and Man
Monday. Jan. 4 Pleasure, Gotham, and Felsenkeller.
Wednesday. Jan tl Pastime, Rosedale. audi olautecr.
Friday, Jan H-Fldella. Felsenkeller, and Jonah
Moinla). Jau, 11 Pleasure, Park Avenue, and Fluke.
Wednesday, Jan, 13 Krakehlla. West chore, and
Friday, Jan. 15 Volunteer, lldetla, and Monarch,
Monday. Jan, IB Rosedale. rluke. and Glendale,
Wednesday, Jan. 20 Felsenkeller, Volunteer, and
1 rlday, Jan 22 Monarch. Park Avenue, and Gotham,
Monday, Jan. 25 Glendale. Pastime, and Jonah,
Wednesday, Jan. 27 Fluke, Manhattan, and West
Irlday.Jan 29 Rosedale, Udells, and Park Aienue,
Monday, reb, 1 West shore, Pleasure, and olunteer
Mots Hug Gamea To-night,
.lolly -s. Fifth Ward, Fifth Ward vs. Amerlius, Auier
INTiaiLCB ! Kiel If,
Periston vs. Mllwood, Knickerbocker vs Montauk,
I'ulou league ts Huuuter, Ltnuolii la. uxford.
i-arlcxsray Bod and Una Club Hhoot.
The Parkway Bod and Gun Club did not havo
such a large attondanco as usual at tholr reg
ular monthly shoot at Doxtor Park yesterday.
Usually they havo quite u crowd, but yestor
day only twelvo men went to tho Bcore. Tho
club shoots at Severn live birds, modified Ilur
HiiL'hum rules, for a hand9omo gold badge. J.
llolgans and A. Botty killed their seven
straight and shot off. Botty outshot his oppo
nent Tjy one bird, killing twcl-o straight and
won the badge. Ho shot in a sweepsfako that
followed andkllled eight straight making his
record twenty straight Another sweepstake
was divided by J.flcnnott nnd A. Andrews.
The score; T. T. fitgerton. 30 yards, fl: H. W.
Brnmwell, Lllynrds. 5; il. Bookman, 27 yards,
tl: li Holgans, -7 yards. 1: A. Botty. at yards.
1'JiA. Anitron s, an yarns, 0: 0. Blon. 26 yarcis.
B: 0, II. Hunt 25 yards. 8: J. Bepneli. 27
virds, 0; CoC Mover, 27 yards, 0: atjleyer.
25 yard. 0; W, Utragser. 25 yard, 6.
COLLEGE MEN AT PLAY.
FOOTliAT.T. TttE ItVUXO SPOUT JUST
The Hoya ore Making Thlnga Hum All
Along the f.lne-t'olna-ula'a Team Mtlll
tVeak-Resulta or Teaterrlaj'a Oamea
Tha Big Teaala Tonrnaasent rltnrted,
Princiton, Oct. 14. An unusually largo
crowd turnod out to boo tho football game with
Lehigh. Tho fact that Lehigh has the greatest
team slio ever put on tho Hold explains tho en
thusiasm that was evinced during tho game.
A small contingent ot students accompanied
Lehigh, nnd tho latter vied with tho big Prlnco
ton crowd in tho cheering. Among tho spec
tators wcro many of Princeton's old crack
klckors. who had como to see what their alma
mnf cr Is going to do with Yalo this year. Tho
huge slza of tho Lehigh players was in marked
contrast to tho slzoof tho Princeton men, and
thero was only ono way of explaining why
every ono felt suro that Princeton would win,
namely, bccniiso Lehigh has not yet got scien
tific football down ton flno point
,Onq old Prlncetou player said: " Lehigh Is
showing grent interest in tho gamo. Sho hnsa
tenm thero that I would not bo afraid to back
nga nst Wcsloyan or. indeod, against Pennsyl
vania. It Rooms to mo that there Is no good
cause why she should not bo admitted Into tho
big league." Lehigh played a ory strong
f:nmo and .had it not boon for tho atrocious
iimbllng ot hor full back and tho poor passing
pf hornunrtor back she might have scored.
Her ceiitrd Is very strong, and it Is only fair to
Bullion to say that ho outplayed Hymtncs at
almost evoiy point
Capt Blunt distinguished himself, both ns a
first-class player and nn excellent captain. Ho
is n player that oquld secure a place on ollher
n Princeton or a Yalo toam. The visitors' line
work was tho fenturo of tho giuuo. Tho rush
ers made openings in tlio Princeton line nt
will, Princeton depended more on running
around tlio ends, lioing unable to make any
substantial gain through any part of tho
l1.1!0, '-??. uost work was done by Vlncont.
His tackling,, could not havo boon beat
?" .Kn, llu. tho host, .work, of , his
llfo nt breaking through tho Lehigh lino when
over the nttcrhad tho ball. Whoeler. Blgg.
and Dowkont did good Individual work Intfielr
plnces. Poo did tho best work, both In run
ning nnd tackling. .His phenomenal runs,
how evor. woro largely tho result of King's
splendid Interference. Tho teams lined up In
tho following order, with Bradford, captain of
last years scrub, as umpire, nnd Billy bplcor,
last year's right half back, as roferoo:
. rwrfon. rrinrHtm.
Jtcyueen '.eft end. Vincent.
Throckmorton Left tackle Powkort.
Wooden Lett guard., Wheeler.
Haitian Centre Sy mines.
Sheldon Right guard Iflggs
Want Right tackle Davis
Sftt" night end Warren.
MCClnng Quarterback. .. King
Johnson.. Left half bnck Adams.
TrencharU Right half back Poe
Ordnay Fullback Bergen
Score Princeton, 30; Lehigh, 0.
A Bad Defeat for Columbia.
Columbia nnd tho Manhattan Athletla Club
played a brisk and lively gamo of football yos
terduy afternoon nt tho Columbia Athletla
grounds. Tho gamo was call nt 4:30 aud
was played in two thlrty-mlnuto halves. There
was a great difference in weight in tlio two
teams, tho Manhattans being very much tho
heavier. Columbia played a strong and plucky
gamo. but was overcomo by the weight of the
For Columbia Barnard did tho best tackling,
and Bandlcr mndo tho best runs. Emmett
played a hard game against Janeway. Prince
ton's old player, who is n very much heavlor
man. At tho beginning of the first half Colum
bia scorned to havo tho advantage, and some
vory sharp work was dono near tho Manhat
tan's goal. When tho Manhattans got tho ball
they gradually bore it down the flold, and
during tho rcmnlndor of the gamo tho playing
was all in Columbia's territory. Hupfoi of
.Columbia was imurod. and Mouk took his
place Tho men lined up as follows:
J'(-'artn A. l'otihmt hlumUa.
Stockton . ".cUetid Johnson
lash . . . Lefttackle bchroeder.
Janeway (Cant l .Left guard Ilupfel
Munsen Centre K.P.Smith.
Fsiel-tyne Right guard Pinmett.
hharler . . Right tackle Chrystle(Capt )
J. MPavl Rigbteud Barnard.
Bradford .... Quarterback ...Thome.
W.T.Davis Lett half back . .Hblpman.
Go!! Klght half back.. .Handler.
Newton. rullbaik . . Sierry
Umpire W. s Kimball Referee R G Dllworth.
Hcore Vanhuttan, 28, Columbia, 0
Tho Columbia freshman football team will
soon bo li good working ordor. P. V. lllcli
ards, a brother of Guy lilcliards, Columbia's
famous high jumper and oarsman, has been
electod temporary captain in tho Hchool of
Arts. The following nro among the candidates
for tho tenm: Leonnrd. Crowel, Wilson, Stout
Virgin. Bichnrds. Freeman. Stony. Potts. Law
son. Weed. Bhlpman. Hturges. Miller. Stewart
Bartholomew. Janes. Bradley, Shepherd, Van
dersmlssen, and Dash.
rJlevena Whlpe the New Yorker.
Stevens met tho Now York Unlvorslty foot
ball toam at the cricket grounds in Iloboken
yesterday afternoon. Tho result was an easy
victory for tho homo team, which did very
hwu nut, ai iiiu uuu ui two iwouiy-minuiu
halves Stevens had rolled up 38 points to noth
ing for their opponents. Six minutes after
kick-off Williams made a touch down, but
missed tho kick for goal. It took but four
minutes moro for Hnko to score another four
points, from which Williams did kick tho goal.
Several good runs followed by Williams, Fielder
and Hake, and a third touch down was made
liy Fielder just before tlmo was called. Wil
llniiis kicked tho goal, making score JO 0.
Burrows took Kopfs place behind tho line in
the second half, and the N. Y. U. started tho
ball. Iddor covered thirty yards, which was
followed by a fourth touch down by Hake. The
kick for gonl struck the bar and missed. Hake
mndo another tlovrn in three minutes, and
Williams kicked the goal. At this point an ex
cellent kick by Stmllor waB returned by Wll
llninsand held In tho N. Y. U. territory by O,
('. Mackenr.lo. A good run by Fielder procured
another four points in ten minutes. Two moro
points wero added for tho goal. Five minutes
later Fielder made another, his third touch
down. YVilllams kicked a goal for the fifth
time nnd finished tho gamo with 38 points to
N. Y. U.'a 0. The teams wero:
Flfttn rtmtion. X. Y. V.
Grlsnold. eapta1n,'l3 Left end , ,, Greentdge.
Hutchinson. 'HG , ,. lefttackle ,, .Smith.
Schumacher. 't-J ..Left guard , ..Ualiuoii
Woodward. ir. .. .Centre MrCurdy
G. c. MaokensJe, 'UJ. Klght guard Van Riper.
Cunt-, 'U2. .. , Right tackle Kelby.
fa) no. -in Right end Pink
Strong. 'U2 Uuartrrhack ....Htubbi
Hake, ! . . .. Might half back,. Btralten
H-ldtr. 04 . ., , Lett halt back. ...Kvans, captain.
C. Williams, U5 Fullback kopf.
J II . Cunti, Stevens, '87, was referee, and Bogart,
N. 1, L', 'U5, was umpire.
Trouble Iletvreen Two Meliool Teams ut
The Brooklyn High Bchool-Adulphl Academy
football match at Prospect Park yesterday
afternoon ended In a row after twenty minutes
of good, sharp playing on the part of both
teams. The play which canned the troublo
was mode by tho professor who tills tho posi
tion of full back on tha High School oloven.
ThoAdolphl rush line had forced tho High
School team to mako a safety. Prof. Aldrldgo
brought tho leather to tho 2-yurd Hue,
kicked off, and sprinted down tho
field, guarded by two of bis uion;
nnd before Ftlll-bnek Otterson of tlio
Adolphi cloven, who had been Interfered with
by tho High Hchool guards, rould reach tho
ball, Aldrldgo had rogalned Its ixissoi-bloii nnd
was across tho touch-down line. Cupt Pratt
claimed that the High School bids were off
side. BoforenLee npparontly did not soo tho
play, for he was unducldod which way to give
Ids decision. First ho deelarod In favor of tho
High School. Then ho gavo Adolphi tho ben
efit of tho doubt Finally, he gavo thn High
Hchool tho point. Thu Adolphi captain, who
bad been objecting with all tho nld-tltno vigor
of " Beecher" Pratt, now withdraw his team
from the field, and Prof. Aldrldgo's boys
claimed thn gain o.
Tlio score, not counting Aldrldgo a touch
down, was: Adolphi, B: High School, I).
The teams lined up as follows;
AiUphi. HvUlnn. U.K
Baiter . Lcrtend Mi Donald.
Ifarra Left tackle Solluger.
Chadwlck Left guard Aabmun.
VanKrery ., , Centre . Woodman,
Taylor , Right guard . , .rtelbert.
Koderholm Right tackle , , Parker,
Coon ., Rlghtend . ., Thouipeou,
J Frail Quarterback Payne,
Richmond , ., Right naif ., Itlgga.
Ferris lrt half ,, Lambert
Ultcrsou , ,,, lull hack Aldrldge,
The Creeeente Will Play Columbia on Wat.
The Crcscont Athlotlo Club's football team
expects to win its first victory of tho soason at
Eastern Park next Saturday, when tho 'varsity
team of Columbia College is to try conclusions
with tho Brooklynltos. Yalo scored only 20
points against the Crescents, and Princeton 28
points. This leads Capt. Harry Beecher to be
lieve that his toam will bo ablo to doteat
On the other hand, Capt Chrystie of the
Oolumblas .claims to have a stronger team
Uaaueoouecepju bad la years. "ThoCrea-
cents don t want to.ba too Burn of winning."
said ho yesterday. ' bocauso we're apt to sur
prise them. At all events, wo'll glvo thorn a
good game of football."
Tho gamo noxt Baturdayls.to begin nt .1
o'clock, rnln or shlno, Tho flold Is being kept
In perfect condition by Superintendent Win
dram. Ho sprinkles tno football lawn dnlly
with tho nld of flro hose, nnd tho surface Is
thus kept Boftv
"Tale Win from Htng-t'e Christina Worker.
Nrw Havkm. Oct. 14. Yalo played Stngg's
Christian Workers horo to-dny nnd bent them
by n scoro of 28 to U. Yalo did not play a very
good gamo, whllo Stngg's tenm played with
snap and was within threo feet ot Yale's gonl
lino when tlmo was called. MoClung nnd L.
Bliss wore both Injured, nnd woro replaced by
Dyer nnd C. 1). Bliss, Tho men lined up as
Fab". Petition. Ft w's TruiM.
lUrtwell , . Left end. lllack
Messier.. Tackle, Rtlggle-.
HefTeinnger... Uuard .Webb.
Stlllman Centre. .. .Nalsinltb,
Beard Right guard, ... ration.
Mills Tackle Mahan
Crosby Rnd Van Lomerii.
MrClung Halt bark. ... Searl).
A. Bllii Halfback Hall.
Barbour Quarter.. ......suillh.
N'uyes , , Back , , Magg
Touch downs. 5: goals, a, sarety, J. Referee-Mr
InCorruIck, binplrc Mr. Wright.
nnlgera Gets a Victory,
FniLiDsxriHA. Oct. 14. Tho gamo of foot
ball yesterday afternoon played at Stonton,
Qermantown. between tho Butgors and A. C.
8. N. teams, wns vory exciting, nnd ended In a
scoro of 4 goals to 0 In favor of Butgors. By
good, steady team work Butgcrs succoeded In
securing n touch down In fifteen minutes,
which was mndo by Lab Ludlow. In tho next
ton minutes Scudder nindo tlio second touch
down. In tho socond hnlr of the game n brill
iant play was mado by Wills, who. having se
cured thn ball, ran fully Mfty yards to goal,
breaking through the rush lino. Voorheos
mndo tho Inst touch down. Bemnrkably good
work In the way of. Interfering and tackling
was done by ".nil. Shell nnd Cregnr interfered
ITIIllanie 4Joe lo Troy toe u Victory.
Troy. Oct 14.--Tho Williams College nnd tho
Tlucky Laureate football elovens battled hero
to-day on tho Laureate grounds, nnd tlio col
lego boys downed their antagonists to tbe tuno
of 40 to 0. Williams played u lazy nnd
wrotchod game nt tho start, and for a time It
seemed as it tho Laureates would hold tho
scoro down closo and perhaps run up a few
IKJlnts on thelrown sldo, hut toward the closo
of tho first half tlio collego boys braced up and
began to show tenm work, nnd from that point
on tlio Trojans wero not In tho came.
Wllllnma deponded nlmost entirely on her
half backs, whllo Laureates' only strong point
was tho V.
ITarvard'a Blggeat Score Tbte Season,
Cambridge. Oct. 14. Harvard beat tho Insti
tute ot Technology eleven this afternoon 20 to
Oin two hnlt hour halves. Although by no
means large. It is tho biggest scoro Harvard
has mado this season. Technology played a
very sharp game all tho way through, nnd
during tho first ton minutes brought the ball
down to within two foot of Harvard's goal line,
where the plucky playlngof Luko and TrnlTord
prevented them from scoring a touch down.
For Technology Clark played a flno gamo ut
quarter back, and for Harvard.Oray, 'l)D, Lake,
and Trafford played tho best game.
A Second Team at Dickinson.
CiRLiiLE. Oct. 14 Football will be a popular sport at
Dickinson College this season, and the aecond team
composed of atudents of the Institution waa organized
to-day as follows: Centre. Luckenback; guards, Web
bert and Davis; tackles. Lynch and Kilrny; ends,
Greer and Biggs; nuarter. Konig; halves, sitter and
Gray: full. Btett. Tula team Is composed of excellent
material and the probabilities are that before the sea.
son ends It will prove a formidable antagonist to the
llrst team. Charles Fettfnos baa been made manager.
Columbia's Second Eleven Defeated,
Biiick Church, Oct. 14 Tbe Columbia College second
eleven played the socond eleven of the Orange Athletlo
Club at Orange to day and were badly beaten. The
orange team played a splendid team game and went
through Columbia's centre with ease. The scoro was:
Qrauge, 34; Colombia, 0.
A Defeat fbr Columbia Grammar Hchool,
Dossi Pkset. Oct. 14 Westminster School, 58;
Columbli Grammar School of New Vork, O.
The Orange Athletic Club will play football on Satur
day with the atrong eleven from tbe University of
Pennsylvania at the orange oval. Grove street station,
The Prospeet footbaU team of Brooklyn have no
fame for this haturday They would be pleaaod to bear
rom any elub In a similar nz Address Manager Laden
AJdrlch, 70 Court street, Brooklyn
An Indoor footbaU team has been organised by Com
Eauy G. Second Regiment, li. G . 8 X. J. of Hoboken.and
lent. K P. Van Zandt. manager of the team, would like
to hear from other regimental teams In tbta vicinity.
Tbe following ts the schedule of games to be played by
the Orange team: Oct. 17, University of Pennsylvania,
at East Orange; Oct. 24. ale. at Kast Orange; Oct. 81,
New York A. o, at New Vork; Nov. 3, Princeton, at
East Qrauge; Nov. 7, Crescent A. C , at Brooklyn; Nov.
14, Manhattan A. C , at East Orange,
Ntw llivax. Oct. 14 No arrangements have yet beert
made between Yale and Harvard for a football cham
pionship game thia year Manager Wright of Vale says
be has not heard a word from Harvard as vet tn regard
to the game All the arrangements for the game are
usually completed by this time, and It le considered
surprising that nothlug baa been done hy either Yale or
Harvard. The Yale and Princeton management have
been looking at a nomber of fields for their champion
ship contest, but as yet none has been selected
The Big Tournament Htarled with Home
New Haven, Oct 14. Good weatlior favored
tho opening of tho annual Intercollegloto ten
nis tournament to-dny. Somo closo matches
were witnessed In tho singlos, but it is gen
erally conceded that tho championship
should bo botwoon F. II. Hovoy nnd C T. Leo.
who will probably meet in tho finals. Duncan
Candler, ono of Columbia's represontativos,
plucklly defeated It. H. Mallory of Trinity. L.
B. Parkor of Yalo mado a strong fight against
Lee, but wns com polled to succumb to tho
latter's steady game. Following nre tho day's
Singles Preliminary round W, O Ludlow, Stevens,
beat F'. A. Stearns, Amherst, it 4, 02; K P McMullln.
Columbia, beal J B Jones, Brown, 02,11 4, J.lloii
land. Vale, beat W, A. Larned, Cornell, by default; F,
A. Aver). Williams beat W. P Hsh, Vale, rt4, H-7: F.
II, lloivy. Harvard, beat It. N Wilson, University of
Pennsylvania, 0-3, (1-3, A, Hamlin. Trinity, brat II
Jenney, Princeton, d 4, II 4, C T l.ee. University
of Feuni)lianla. beat 11. MrCurtnlck, Princeton. 11 i),
0-4; 1. It Parker. Vale, beat Reed, Amherst, 4-11. -4.
II-'.'. II l Wrenll, Harvard, beat J. W. Anderson. Wil
liams. 0 J, 70; W. V. Johnson. Princeton, beat G F
Brown. Jr. Harvard, rt 3. 0 3;H George, Brown, beat
A.Brown partnioutb. 0-3.11-7; D. Candler, Columbia,
bent K. W. White. Cornell, by default.
First Round Mcklullen, Columbia, beat Ludlow,
Rtevens.-1-.l. 03; llowland, kale, beat smith, Wil
liams, by defanlt; lloie), Harvard, heat Avery. Wil
liams, 61,0 1; Gunnison. Dartmouth, bent llamllu,
Trinity, o 4. o 4; Wrenn Harvard, heat fcmltb. Drown,
hy default; Lea. university of l'cun-)lianla, beat Par
kcr, Vale. 03, 341. 0-1: Johnson. Princeton, beat!
George, Brown. 01, 8 rl; Candler, Columbia, beat It.
II Mallory, Trinity, 2-.1, 0-1. 7-6
pontiles Preliminary round: Sanford and Shaw,
Yale, beat Stearns and Reed. Amherst, il 2, 02, John
son and Jenney, Princeton, beat White and turned,
Cornell, hy default: McMullen nud Candler, Columbia,
beat McOrmk k brothers. Princeton, il 4. il 2, Brow n
and riiinuison, Hartmoutb, beat Avery and Anderson,
V. M. 1', A. Tennis,
Theboysbelonglng to tbe Young Men's Chrletisn As
sociations ot this and surrounding cities have Urn
holding an Interesting tennis tournament on the ath
letlo grounds nl Mutt llairu. The champion-hip In
singles was won hy J, VVyethof tbe Harlem branch. The
doubles will be played today on the Lenox Tmhli
Club's courts. The irlnuers In tho slng'es were as
Preliminary Round T. Campbell, Harlem, beat A.
Bungs. Twenty third street, G 2, tt 3, 1,. lY)elh, liar
leiu, beat VV. F.wald, Jersey City Y !. c. A , i, tl -it
It Bryan, Harlem, heat II. Lee.Urange Y. U. tl. A , tl I
II o, W, White, Harlem, beat 11. Brown, Harlem, 3-0
il-l. 3-1. half set
Semi finals B Brian, Harlem, heat VV White, Har
lem, ti-o. tt- t). L W yeth, llirlem, beat A Osboni, liar
lem. abe, tl d it 2
. Hnalftound-L. Wyelh, Harlem, beat R Brian, Har
lem, tl 3, 11-4,
"Poly'a" Tenuis Tourney,
(', Carhart won the third class singles In the Pol)
technlc tennis touruument, which was continued ou
the courts of tha Alllora Tennis Club yesterday after
noon. The contest for the tennis championship of the
"Poly" will lake place today 'Addle" Merlan, win
ner of the first class: F. o Arteld, winner of the second
class, and tl. Carhart will be the contestants. The sets
)esterdsy were won as follows!
:. Carhart heat Taurhert. 3-0, 11-2, (1-2, F.ly brat
Mason, il 4. 0-O
I lnsl llouud-C Carhart beat I'ly, 4-fl. "-.'. tl-l,
I.urklus aud -lohuny tirlflln Mntrlicd.
It will be a surprise to thu patrons of boxing tn know
that Jimmy Lai-klns of Jersey CH) , tin undrfralrd 122
pound man, and Johnny Griffin of Rralutrer, Mais,
hare been matched to right before the (ll)mplc Club of
New Orleans. On Monday last President Charlei N'oel
of tbe Olympic Club sent a telegram to tlio lle-tni'cl
JVWs asking If Larklns would meet GrilUn. When Lar
kins was broached on tbe subject he wanted to know
bow long he would have tn train, and how murh for
expenses be would receive lesterday President Noel
sent word that the date Aged for the bout was Nov In.
and that Larklns would, he paid !.). It this Is sat
Isfactory." yesterday's telegram read, ' consider the
match arranged,' Larklns a-as communicated with,
and he expressed a willingness to make the match,
Urlffln la tbe man who had Ike Weir mi tbe door when
the police stopped tbe fight about three months ago. If
Larllns beats htm sporting men say he will bo at tha
top cf the 12J'--otinu class, without qutslloo.
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JimtLlLsia Mlllena nnd Ner.'
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arising from lasjHtlred Dla-estlon, Coa. '
J'sttpatloa and Disordered I.lver aid ' ',
- i'"!'.?"1 aa'tkly restore nostra to complete i
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New Yoik, 8 Corinthian, S.
The game between tho New lorks and Corinthians at
West nrlglilon, K. I, jestcrday n suited as follows
Hkw votii roRivTiiutr a r
R li,rm. I i li rn.1,1.
Riilllian.lstbi) til'J I lSlmrrMlsB.il lino
WhlPtler.'Jb .2 2 n il tl Turner, 3d b. .1 1 II n I
Basse tt, 8d b. 2 a r, 4 1 Smith, c ...0 il R 4 o
Glasscock, a so 2 II 3 I V room c f I 1 3 o (1
o Ronrke, c. 1 o 2 .1 o t-needen I f.. o 1 o n o
Gore, c. f. ...t I 1 1 t) I). Vrooin. r f.2 loon
Tlcrnan, If 0 1 ion Cadmus, 2d b o tl ;t 2 2
Hurklcv.c.rf o 3 3 2 2 Tnjlor. p 1 tl 2 2 o
Coughllll.il. O II II 3 1 Foster, lsth l 0 U 2 1
W cl-li, rf tl 0 0 10
-.TT Totals 0 6-2U1D 4
Tntlle . Mil 27 20 It
Bui kiey out,
N'ewVork ... II II n O 2 3 3 1 0-l
Corinthian AC o o o o 2 1 o 1 1 s
Earned runs-New York, 4 Corinthian A C 1 First
base hy errors New Vork. 1. Corinthian A C. , 3. Left
on bases New Vork. 4, Corinthian A.C, 2 First ba-enn
balls (UTCoiighlnii. 3 ulTTa)lor, 2 Struck nut rlulll
van, lla--ett lltaoecock O ltourke. Coughlan (3). Hinlth,
Hlieedeu. II Vroom, Cndllllis, luylor two base hill
Whistler I'Jl Ilnssctt, Clii-srock, Gnrc, Turner, Vrnuiu.
Rncrinre hit Tlirnnn Htnlcn base- Whistler, ilnre.
Tieriinii Turner, smith, H Vrnnm (2) Double play
hmlth and Cadmus. Hit by Fitiher Whistler. Turner,
Wild pitch Cnughl-.il I'ni-eil balls Iliicklcy.l; biulta.
1. empire Living Tluu 1 -1",
Dull 1'lnjera Deserved.
VV.isiiiv.-o, Oct. 14 X I. Young, President of the
National lln-ebnll Lrngtir, tn dit) announced that the
follow Ing named players liato been reserved fur His
season of 18111 hy Uti s mcinbrrs nf the Nntlnnal
League, together w It Is those plncrs who were reserved
In former seasons, but vihn failed or rifused to sUa
Nrw koax VV Twlng, A, Rnsie J Kwlng. R Connor,
George V Gore. Ittchacd Hiicklci. A I I larke. L.
Whistler, Charles livssett, John V Glasscock
Ciiicski M. J. hlttredae, w llllam Merrill. ' I'. T.unv,
.('. Gumbcrt. W. F. Hutchinson, V. P. ITetfcr, T, I:.
Hume. J. J. Coimev. VV F Pahlcn.VV It Wltinot Jainos
H)on. C Carroll, VVilllmu t-ihrlicr, TIioiuhh Vlckcry,
Giorge K. Van llaltrcli, Hugh Put), Charles t-nrrell
Cixcimiuti W . P Ittiines, K N. Crane. I P. Harring
ton. T.J. MullAiie, J. VV. Keenan. .1, 0. Ilrllly. J. A. Mo
I'hee. J. VV Ilolllii-iv. W A. I.stlinm, (K'urge J. smith,
h n llrowuluir, VV. V. llnlligan.
RnooittTi I. M. Ward, P I. Foiitr O. 11. rinknev T.
J. Lorett. W. 11. Terry. B, I, Caruthers. II Inks, t P.
Italy. O F Onllev, T K Klnslon. W. 1). t Urlen. M J.
Griffin, T, P Hums, lluli-r Collins
Uostoi-.! (I I larkson M.J.hrlly, C. A Nichols, II,
Stale), t harlCH Gnnrell. C. W. Ilennett. T. Tinker, II,
Long. J. Qulnti, W llllam Nash. VV. k Brodlo. II I .owe II.
Storey. P llruuthers. Thomas Brown, R F. Johnston,
William Ilily, II Richardson M.J. Madden.
Ci unci-ANn C. yiininor. J. J. Doylt. II. Tebean. P T.
Young. Henry Grutier. L Viau, J. f-nearon, K J.McKean,
G K. Havls.J. R. McAleer, C. 1, Chllds. J. K Virtue,
Jesse Bnrkctt. F Knauss, Paul Radford, J. Strieker.
ItTTsscnoH J. Beckley, U Blerhauer. F G f-hugert,
John corkhlll. I llnnlon. Gcorgo Miller, Con Mack, M.
Baldwin. J. F. Galvin Vlhert Maul
PuiLAbrLruu -John Clements, William Gleason, Jr.,
S I, Thompson. It G. Allen, VV, It Hamilton, John
Thornton H. J. Delehant). W. T, Gray. Charles Esper,
William Brow n. Jerry Penny, T.J. -r
Iirry Corcoran Is Dead.
Lawrence Corcoran, the famous pitcher nf the old
Chicago W hlte blockings, Is dead at his home 2-4 cherry
street, Newark, Ho dkd icstcrdny morning of heart I
fillnre produced by Brlght's disease. Ho leaves a widow I
and four children, Ijirry Con oran w as liorit In Brook-
ln. nnd began playing professional hall with the Chi-
cago Club In lHKO, whtn he whs about 20 icars old He
remained with the Chicago Club nntlllHSr, andinlssn-
87 he plaved with tho New York Club Thn he went
with the Washington Club for it season, and has since
I.omriLii. Oct. 13 Manager Chapman has signed afk
Caliill. Kufhne, and Shlunlck for nextaoasuu. lilght A
of last yeur s club are now under contract. ,
The managers of Monitor Park ha e arranged a fsms H
lobe pla)ed on their grounds next Sunday between the '
Allertonsand Senators for tbe benefit of tboplayera of
the former clnb.
The North Ride Athletlo Clnh mnde t big record this
season They won nineteen gamea and lost but three.
They also won thw amateur ihamptcaishlii of tbe Twen
ty third and Twenty fourth ward. Tho record In
North Side A. c. won 4, lost 2, Suburbans, won 4, lost
3; Volunteers, won 3, lost 3, lrvings, won 2. lost 5
"Pop" Anson Is a Dllllardlat Now.
Cap " Pop " Anson nf the Chicago baseball team baa
promptly carried out his promise to get at blultrd
playing In earnest after the baseball battle was decided.
Alison appears as one of the stars with the billiard
"shortstops" at "Napoleon" Ives's Imperial Hall In
Chicago, nnd what's more, he Is playing good bllUarda.
too. Ives, Cation, and Anson are all three entered la
an exhibition tourney which has been going on during
the past week In Imperial Hall "Pop" Anson says
that he will he able tn beat one of the short stops In a
match before the winter Is over.
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