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Urmm' 4 - - - THK SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 189J. - ' " fl
H nl. I KO REST FOR BOOKMAKERS.
lllH ijKt. ' exojioK irriMruir aivj omnia An.
LWW 1Bp ltKBTVDAQAlSASDQVlCKLX BAILED.
gsxexexexeH texexexwH ' '
K ijHv! Thousaaela of Hateanera at tha Hilttep
H B Trnk-Mn Bella Adda Another Victory to
gexexexexeaxel BBBBxVii Herflcore-iIockejrNcUon'sTerfibtoFall.
H l Stoudfatt followers of favorites had anothor
gxexexexel W $v cheerful exporlonco at Uuttonbura yesterday.
gsxexexexei B X lour t,ur:", woro won br flrst-oholco horso.
gxexexexel , whllo tho others foil to second-choice seloo-
H i.H tlons. Thetrackwaslnfalrcondltlon. thoflolds
H 'H jT' of horses woro nbovo tho wlntor nvorase ns to
gxexexexel m V1' Quality, tho racos woro woll fought out, two
geBBBBl R' ending In hend-nml-hond Anlshos, and tho at-
gexexexexe I t tondanco ws large. Tho only drawback to
gxexexexel iB if tho spott occurred In tho opening scramble at
HHH 'II flvo furlonirs, when Cora Tannor, who was
HHHV ; I heading tho swirl Into tho horacstrotch. foil
HHHl ', n and throw Nelson, her rldor, with great force.
HHHb- I Bovevnl horses trnmplod ovor tho lad. cutting
bbb I - his head Hnd Injuring him Intornallr. It was
HVjB ' I '" 'enrml thallho boy had received serious It not
HHHB- a fatal Injuries.
HHHb ,fi W Thousuafarrcsts wcro made about the tlmo
HHHl Q .' the dlsablod jookoy was taken Into tho club
H ,. bouse. Cant Graham ontornd tho Exccutlvo
HHHb M t i Oommlttoo'a ofllco and called for Prostdcnt G.
HHHb h YTaJbaUm, A. O. Lackman. and representatives
1 9 ', ! iP,' ,ne Camden. Albomarlo, Mace's Head, and
S ' j 'Duchess bookmakers' clubs. Tho book-
1 i.rnakors anaworedtho call promptly, stepped
gxexexexei r .' I 'into carriage, and were drlvon to .lustlco
B I.Lockwood's temporary oMcc. jubt outsldo tho
H 1 (fcates, whero l'etor Wllkins. one of Hobokon's
1 " I wealthy browcrs. furnished bonds for tho ap.
ipfaranco of tho men when wanted.
.TJlo racing ovont of tho day was tho victory
,. Wot Ma Hello In tho race ntnmllo for tho 500
tpurso. The.grand filly won nsslio plousod by
?' length and n half when Martin lot nor have
,herway at tho finish, llancocas, at 12 to 1,
' ibeat Text, second choice, throe lengths for tho
E (Place. The filly has now won tourtoon races,
I- (two second Placed, Bnd one third placo In tho
J' seventeen In which she has statttd.
Bv ..Van Dyke and lllas mado a bruising finish In
1 ,', the first race. Dins winning by a head. Algubra
eldlng. tho favorite, lust second placo hy n
ongth and a hnlf. Mohican, llrst eholco In thn
;, aocpnd race, movon to tho fronton the lar turn.
I i nd holding out, won hy two lengths from Jay
i " '. Deo, Maxim lilly losing second place by a
iJ head. Tho third rncnwiiH won by Huko John
tBBt S' ' hy a head from Smuggler. Vrlneo Howard, tho
V K favorite, losing soennd placo by a hoad.
R . Oncn Again, nddn on ravorito In tho fifth
H S ' raoo. crnssoil tho lino nn ou4y winner by n
ti L longtb. Ktratagem bent .swifter a neck for
iHS" second placcv. Jm Grippe, first cholco In thn
VHHI '1st-. last race, made piny in tint homestretch ami
Q( won oaiily by two lengths from Alijornon, i:x-
'all' cellonzaUlly a close third. .Summary:
HHHH ' i iiiF. nnsT -.hck.
ii V rnr$40O, for boitun ln.rf: icillai: Art fur'.nntn.
l ''' oene txlvh'ii rh. i;. lllm. f., by Hcrltum Addia
. Hrt.l0J(J. IIMrcii) 1
IB' E I KitLtonlWuh. c. Tan liyko. 4. lOMColdler) 2
B w. LovtU'i AUctiraveMlPir. In2 (Motrlo a
"B I "f Sanday, J'uro.t Kill. Juullmllcn. uml Cora Tanner
HHHH iff 'f Btttlas riTatol airaliit iiia'..'nto 1 Van DykM lo
HHHH tW lJl)ratWltil. Mutual paid il2U., C0, SIJ.80.
HHHH B TI' K 1UCK.
El ', Torse $400, (or boatou lnirie: tlirce-auarttn ot a
HHHH H ' t, tduonard'a b. . KloMcan, 5. hy Ironnola Dirtna,
Si ' 117(I.eaTir) 1
S ' ' 4tttBnidalRtbl'ib.r.JaTK.tep.0.i:2(O.LrncU).2
-m - . .utnrt llaxlin nilv. 8, 10J Hrilin) 0
B J(it it Bob Artbur, Marls Lotcll, llo.Klon. Anoinalr, and
Br " OofaUtrtam alia ran.
H ! i Tlnif. 1:1H.
V 'SJ ! Battlnc-Slx tn5allltXlutilcr.n. lOtnlJar T. n,
, S 1 to 1 Maxim Oily. iluiun ualdM BO. a.80. U.BU
HHVK ,' :Jj ) THK THIRD naCE.
HHHB . iSl l"Bne WOO; mUIbvi ilxandahair farlonra
H. j( W, Mann's b o. Uuko John. l.y JJukooI Monlron
H ill . fcalna Victoria, 101) (Martin) 1
H 31 woodlands Stabla'a br, p. HrontKlcr. 3. M(flrlffln) 3
B ,15 J. A. Mabony'a b. h. 1'rlnea llowaM, VSi (II I'mnjr).. 3
V 11 ,' Blnatara, Noblt Duke, 1'ruJlml. Ueraugo, and Car-
B 11 E i SMUta alao ran.
HHHK t ? Time. 1:24.
9J ' Battlnf Fonrto lauAlufttDukeJobn.7tnl Sraupiler,
' Kl ' "Btoaon Trince Howard, alutuale t'aid $17.70, ju.20,
BBBBBH 'atl 97.00
HHV ' M' ' TnE roUKT11 race.
M , JS 1 1 X Lalrb'a b. f. Ma lleUe, , by Cbaraxui-ada Bella.
IaallB Km I lUOIartln) 1
m -i n.0Laary'acb. b. Xancnrai, n. 11U (II. Prnnr) a
1 ionunat Stable'a cb.n. Text, C. 118 (Martball) 3
W MarbotUM colt and Ulenlorby alio ran.
JlJ f Time. 1:4&U.
Jp Bettlnr F1t to 3 on Mn nlle. 12 to 1 Rancocae, 5 to
llext. Mutnali paid 13 D5, S2.46, $5.10.
i the nmi RACE,
is . Pnre4O0: llinit: llrefurloni.
iff ' Saden ftablea b. h. Once Acaiu, 0, by Onondaga
IB Black Marta, 113 (U. fenny) ".... 1
jtt , Icbnylklll stable's br. c. Hlratarem. 4.10i)(MorrU).... 2
(g 1 - Laraasney Uroinsrs1 b. g. Swltter. tl lot (Iniuu) a
f Uraduau, Bouittnce. and Mart Gibson also ran.
IE Time. 1. OB H.
in . , Bettlnx TentnPonOnce Aaain. 12 to 1 aialnst Strat-
(1 . S(em.8t0 5Swiner. klutualspald $3.45, $2.05. $4.86.
II THE SIXTH RACE.
i Pnrae400: selling: onemiteandaftlxtcenth.
If i Castle A son's cli. x. La urinne. tv, by Luke HUcibnrn
fM LaKltude, 113 (J. Caiitle) 1
S B. roster's cb. c. Aliierncm. 4. ion Crrlnir) 3
1 Ulemlale siahle's bxcollema fllly, 3. fo (J. llnrroltl ,. , 3
SSxsbbbbbbbbbbI l OiiHarrr. Klere. Uladstotte, Ulantyre, and llatpy
BKSBBBBBBBBBBBBl ' ' MoriTtl alSO
' ?l ' Time. 1 :CIK.
H H ' Bettlnr ElfbttoK ak'alnst Ij. Orlppe, S to 1 Alger-
I sion. 7 to 1 hxcellunia Ally, alutuals paid $4WJ.a.lO,
h . e7J0,
HHfl I - To-day'a Proaramnae at Oultenburc.
HHHH K "rtt Bace runs $400. for maiden tbree-rear-nlds;
bIsbbbbbbbbbbB M It sslllnif; fouranda halt rurlonts. Johannes, 107: Lulls
H J Tveaday. 104; ZaTalla fllly, 104: Hebe, 101: Kittle M,
H I ' 101! Amulet colt, 101: Hrlta nlly, I'M: Archlo Collins,
H W: Bella r.. 05; Mart, Of.: Longmit neldlng. U5.
1 ' Second Jtace lursa $400, Tor br.ntrn bornes: six and
B ., half rarlungs. J. 11.. llx: Malarlil, 11U; Piedmont
sIslslslslsIsS Mi (formerly Hope colt). 110: The Doctor, llMj Battle Cry,
' i" JIB; Harry Irolaud. 116: Bob Arthur. 112; Crab Cldsr.
B , . Ill; Maxim fllly. 102; Shotorrr. I").
', Tbirtt Haca l'arsa $400; llln; aerenlgbtbsot a
$ lalla. Kyrls B.. 114: Hllver Mint, lot); Deraniru, 105;
$ 1 ' Boyle Bbodes. 105; Oladlator. 108; Myopia fllly, 102;
B . AndrswD..ua.
f , fourth Race Pons $500; flvelghths of a mils. Ben-
sVsVsVsVsl H - lamia, lift; U. W. Cook, 111; Lady rulstfer, 101); 0. 1'.
9H ., 103; fisrrns. 101 Flsnrette, 10O; Lupa Ally, btl
$ 1H ! rUth Raoe rursa $400; selling; mile and a six-
sVBaiB$M mm, ntn. Blr Qeorgs IL, 110 pounds; Adellna, 110; Joa
xT mBI ' Courtney, lot); van, loil; liruuelli, lot); Pennyroyal.
HHHH sl ' Baylor. 93: Itusbllrbt. vs.
k mmt . Slxtb Baca Purse $400: selling; serenslgbths of a
fjVfjl . ' Xolla. Fabian, 13 pounds: Uingstnda, 13U; AiraeL
xsVBxSxl affsl l Mary U. 124; HenaiH. 122: Conundrum. 121;
K :! Gantl.ana, 110; Nannie Hubbard colt, 107.
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HjHjHH 'Ha eoggaut Brothcra to llnTe at Big Stable
HVHT !9J Thla
H, H, Lovistiixb. Ky Jan. 30. Bcoggan Brothers
HHVHV ijBi ean now lay claim to tho best and largest
HHVHf 'mYi (table of thoroughbreds In the West Thoy
HHVHT 'IBj Drill have about thirty-five horses In training
HKHKm- 'IS. this spring, and It Is probable that the stable
HHHHj -IH Will be divided, halt romulnlng In the Wost.
HHVHj fl Vhll the others will bo sent East to contest
HHHHV fi'li for the rich stakes and larger pursea. A string
HHVHf !; t sixteen will so to Memphis. Monday, in
HBjHH' i'Bj charge of Trainer Elmore, who has been on-
ststststststsi liiH gajred for this Boaspn.
HHHHI. i 1 Theiollowing will be taken: Cnpt. Cotrlll.
ststststststsi fl I " Sing Led, Humming Bird, Shadow, Inlver.
HHHHI fl I Credo. Ella II.. Lutoula. MuIhcI J-cii. l'orthi.
LtsVatsVastr m I "Od Duck MoLVrm, all two-year-olds by lio-
LtaVtatatatl -M s ehanan; Ilelon l;miiro. Frederick, licit
HHHHI m I 1 Boot. Tom Harding, uiul Valient. Tim rno.st
HHHH In f promlslngof tho yotinghterslH Jtuek McL'anu.
HHHHt Oil lie Is sixteen hands high, by IluehniinuMol-
HHHH 91 t'a McOann. and In many respects resembles
HHHH A B Huron In his two-year-old foriu. Tho remain-
LtsVatsVastl li 4. ing ones, among them Jiau Chief, will ivueivu
I' 3S their preparation here. Jlan Chief will be tho
LtsVatatsVa! 'a Si winner of tho btatilo HiIh Hoanoi:. llo Ii.-ih wln-
LtsVatsVaal' w it tered well. It Is said that tieoggan iiros, r-
HHHH tJJ I fused an odor of Slfi.lKlu for him after his win
LtsVatatatatl'' 13! ft of tho Wheeler ilaiidleup at Chiengo, when ho
I. tt i showed bis heeJH to Marlon C, Kiuginaii, Kan-
v. 3 n . tlngo, llaclnj, i.nll.sh Lady, and other guud
LtaVstsVstsaV Hi ' 0110ft.
I' a I ilockny Uritton has been rngnged to ride.
LtaVstatatatl H 8 ' . Alter llritton'H iujury at Chicago lust year ho
sHiVHB 3 apparently lot ull judgment and hud llttlu
fv, A sucouHs with Ills mounts', but it is now Mild
H' 11 tl that ho ban eutlrely recovered, hlinorn will bo
Llaxaxaxaxaxa1 1$ I 8 romemborcd as tho trainer of Hpoknno wiion
xHH if fit he won the hentui'l.-y Derby ut LoiilHvtlle. and
HHHH'v tl D '. subsequently captured thu American Derby ut
HH'' JB Nim Trora the llnrae M'orld.
HvHHIiHI f Imgstreet is taking regulnr shed work at
HHHH' S (Hi Cravohfiid, and Is htoni ami htrong.
HHH'il Hi Frliindsof Mr. Fu.li.-ill Koeno hope that tho
.Hi browu son ul blr Mo tied will t-tand a ptoparu
HHHs) Hi f- Tournament will be brought nn from Kon-
HHHxi;X Hi iucl7 about thu niidilh) of .March mid trained
HHF'Hl by Albert Cooper for his ciiriiigeiiguguineutM.
HHM HI I lleador. Tho mile and 11 furlong record was
HHHbI'-HI . held by Teuton beioru TrUtiui induced it.
HHHsiiPHi ' Teatoa ran the tlistnneo at Washington I'urk,
HH,i!; Hj V Chicago, Juno 'JM. lit), In 1 ;."J
HBHajf v Chesapeake N at big and liuly as a stallion.
'v and if this speedy gelding nlunds up t lilt, year
HHH L his owner, Anilrow Jackson Joyner, will winn
HHKli'Bl S uugsUB, ait takes albertoHlioivl'otomao'B
HHHsftvt' Hi J brotlier tho way home when the distance h
s'- short. Joyner has a sjilondid-looklng lot of
H.-:; Hi tvrowyear-oldii in Ills ohiirgu, uud If they do not
HHHB'-c HH'f'. make good raoo horues there is nothing in
HhYsV1'H! Bood looks.
!'i' H V k . VstcbllDK Ooaslp.
tHl ,fi The tblrd annual meeting or too New York Yacht
:IB ; XaelnaT Aasoeiallon wlUbsbsId to-morrow aveulug at
yisHj :' oQfiUl's, blub arenus and Twenty-aecoud street.
HHHHisxl '. Tkeaaoond annual rsceptlon ot tba Excelsior Yacht
IxixixViH "i Club will take plaoa to-morrow evening at Keltman's
HHHKHI f alveJtFlttaaTSUua and Second slrael, Brooklya,
HHxfiK' HI '; V A M elub eallsd tba Nsw York Catboal Club Is b-
sIsIsIsIsIsIsBibH V. luefiaaUa. Ilea owning catboata and desiring to
HHHHf HJ Wfclabsboul4 wtlt to faul H. Vollnm. t wClta-
w- W ' u ataarsBtly UtUs doubt mat E. P. Vorran will
HHHH S HI -; (ftt BaxtWea-Commodora ot tba New York Yacht
ixixixBr, il , . Oias).' Aacoaitnsnl racbt owner and racing; man said
HHH Hj l ,M' SJfcfL" uh?'tta U "" (utmotX " Amart-
Bft'HJll' iM TorkvtUa Yacht nab ham its annual Ull last
B HS. atisktattba Uarlam Casino. 127th strut and Sacond
sxslslslslslsVtV! alHlt aTaaaa. Tbsomcsrs of tba club recently eltctedara;
sIslslslslslsHAp MMly ymmoAt Uaorsa A. Wright: Vice-Commodore.
slalslslslslsB- IsBlr wa. Oorstll; Recording brrtarr, A. B. Itodrl-
. !',', netf niuuelaisaeraurr, P. gulnlan: Treasurer. Hob-
HHlHp PHMurar, Vuilun Lalim. b'tsasrd T.B.lto-
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TUS BOUSE AXD CAMtlAOB TRADE.
The Trottlaa- none Halea Kpt latarest tat
tbe Market fbr is Month.
Nothing but trotting horse waB discussed In
tho up-town hotols frcaucntcd by horsemen
during the past month, tho big combination
alo of animals bred by Messrs. Bonner, titan
ford, Smith, and other rcpresontatlvo broodors
of the trotting horso bringing buyers from all
parts ot tho country. Tho fevor extended to
Twenty-fourth street, and any day well-known
dealorp. who hardly ovor strayed away from
tho vicinity of tho Bull's Head, could bo soon
at the Amorlcan Instltuto building.
Trices rulod qulto strong for tho best ones
during tho salos conducted by Messrs. I'oter
O. Kellogg & Co,, but aB Is usunl on such occa
sions thoro woro many bargains plckod up by
close observers. Thoro was some talk about
tho bottom having dropped out ot tho mnrkct
for trotters, but with such men a Messrs.
Itobcrt Bonnor, Loland Stanford, J. Malcolm
Forbes, Henry N. Bmlth. John II. Shults, and
others that could bo named breeding and buy
ing tho best that can bo produced, thoro Is not
much chanco for tho bottom to drop out.
Tho general markot for horsos outsldo ot
trotters is extremely quint, but dcalors say
theyoxpoctn marked Improvement in busi
ness beforo tlio first day nt March, providing
ot course that spring Is not too tackwttrd.
There Is a moderate Imiulry for good 1 airs of
matched carriage lioiseN but nothing but tho
very bot will satisfy thnMi who buy liorsos at
thlB souson of the year. Tim whIi'm sales eon
ducted by Messrs Vnn Tubsell ,t Kearney
Wero well attended und a number of fair
horses changed hunda nt sntisfnetorr prices.
Tho following are stamlard quotations in tho
local market: Matched pairs of canlago
horsos $M75 to $l.SO0. teams ot truck or ox-
Jiross horse'' $HK)totO()0, good saddle lmrM3
AW to $1,000 each, drivurt of high ciunllty
S375 to STfln viit'h, business horses M 70 to Clo
each, and stroeters ltXJ to $170 each.
Thoro was au encouraging Improvement In
business In the carriage traito during tho past
Week. Ueulersoxpressth"U)aelv.saH satisllcd
that tho spring trade will commence earlier
than usual this year, and thoy oxpect apros-
rierous season. Tho export t ratio is beeom
ngon important factor in this Industrr. for
merly It was limited to a few dealers and to
special elasKes of vehicles: but now tho foielgn
demand Includes all kinds of carriages uud
tho bUhlnc-.s Is more evenly distributed.
Tho export trade wits llrst stimulated by nn
outhlde demand for what are usually classod
under the gonorul head of light wagons. At
present morn of this typo than any oilier go to
foreign ports, but there Is 11 hlowly Inert-using
demand for the other styh'H of carriugos.
Among tho pioneers In tho export tindoworo
Bradley A- Co, of 14 Warren street. They doal
exclusively In wagons, .surreys, buggies,
phaetons, two-wheelei s. and road carts. Most
ot their foreign trade Is with South America
mid Australia, nut they have sent it number of
consignments to Kngl.tnd and tho Continent,
and are now completing an order from
Bombay. India. Thoy nrldo themselves
on tho fact that ot tho mnny shipments
thoy linvo made they hnvo lecord of but
one or two where tho goods shipped
did not reach their distillation In good condi
tion. Bradley ,t Co. have 11 most convenient
and thoroughly O'lUlnned factory in Syracuse.
where their facilities fur manufacturing, car
rying in stock, and shipping lino vehicles nro
unsurpassed. Their goods aro of tho latest
fashions ns well asm tho best workmanship
and finish. As specialties they have a combi
nation huekhoard and it light road wagon
called tho "Chlcoi'ee." Thu latter Isastrong-ly-aonstructfd,
easy-rldlng vehicle. BUltnblo
for city 04- country use. und especially adapted
for showing a horse.
Thcro nro but few carriage repositories In
this city that possoss a furnishing deport
ment equipped with everything from A to Z in
the llim ot harness, whips, robus, horse cloth
lug, and stablo appurtenances. Uno of these
is Van Titssell .t Kearney's, tit l.'U) to l:J2 East
Thirteenth street. Tho stock of harness at
this place Is most coin )reiienJive. and Includes
now patterns In russot leather for light mid
heavy summer work. Messrs. Van '1 assell .t
Kearney's stock of carriages, which is
always large. Is something enormous
at present. It embracos most all tho
known styles of tho different vehicles. Some
o the carriages aro second hand, but most of
them aro entirely now. and wero made by tho
best manufacturers. Cousptcuous among their
second-hand vehicle:, is an omnibus, almost
now. This makes a most striking appearance,
it is handsomely trimmed and llnlshed,
and is so constructed that It can bo
drawn by either two. three, or four
horses. This firm eonducts auction salos of
second-hand carriages every Tuesduy and
Friday. To-day's sulo ought to attract n largo
attendance for tho list contains 11 number of
desirable carriages that have Imd but little
wear. Uno enrrlsgo uspociully. a brougham,
that is practically now. willcauHO spirited bid
ding, and whoever purchase it will secure a
I'eople know that any vehicle purchased ',f
Flaudrau A Co. is first class In every respect
l'ossosslng In their two repositories, at Broad
way and Fifty-first street and at :J71! to :j7U
Broomo street, moro space for the exhibition
and storago of carriages than any other house
in tho city, they are enabled to display an im
mense stock, varlod In nature and of tho finest
quality. Thoy lire probably tho most ambi
tious pooplo in the business to have the
very latest stylo of ovorythlng on
hand, and they succeed In doing so.
Their broughams aro unequalled In quality,
workmanship, stylo, and llmsb. Their late-t
production fn tills lino "is the handsomest,
most luxurious vehicle of its kind ever pro
duced. It is upholstered in a light buff-colored
material, has a deep body, with oval-shaped
windows In tho doors, o beautifully carved
buck, has hanging lamps, is hung on a new
kind of scroll springs, and Is llnlshed in dark
blue, wllli hulr-lluo panellings in a lighter
shade of tho same color. All their other car
riages nro up to tho samo grade in construc
tion as their broughams.
Business wagons, large and small and nt
all kinds, including light fancy delivery
wagons, suitable tor the dry goods, laundry,
grocery, ami express business, nro manufac
tured In tho best manner by the Columbia
Wagon t'ompnny of 4'SJ Wost Fifteenth street.
Their prices aro moderuto and th;' guarantee
Tho most reputablo carriago house In New
ark Is that ot .1. M. yulmby k Co. Their fac
tory, and only placo of business. Is on Division
street, opposite tho Grand street station of tho
V.. I ami W. It. It., where they havo been es
tablished many years. Thoy carry a varlod
assortment of broughams, conches, victorias,
and eabriolots. all lino vehicles, and their
prices ard very rcunonablc.
iHOTTEiis ltmsa LOW ritlCES.
Flfty-nT Head Hold tor 870,100 at Ilraaa.
Lexixcitox. Fok 1. About 1,000 breeders,
owners, trainers, und fanclors of thn light-harness
horso assembled to-day at Brassflold's
Ilorso Kxchango hero to sco fifty-five head
chango hands for a total of $110,100. the low
average of $300.
"Is the bottom knocked out of tho trotting
business?" nsked a woll-known horsoman to
night, nfter the lied Wilkes, tho tiultans, and
the Simmons colts and fillies and mares hud
sold for less than tho scrvico fees of their slroo.
" Well. It looks very much that way," was the
reply of tho old-timer addicssed.
To-morrow's olTeilngs nro belioved to lo
better than those sold to-day. and if prices tin
not look up before another twenty-four leans
roll mound, tho public, remembering tin' re
font New Vork sules. will I egin to believe llm
ilglsup. Huch menus Uindhoaa of Wood
burn; William ilussell Allen ot i'ltis
fleld, Mass.: L, A. llugsditlc, Tennessee:
Dudley Miller of Oswogo, N. Y,: E.
A. Collins of Milan, Tnnn., stood by to-day and
saw the slaughter without In tho least trying
to stay the tido that to-night appears to bo
sotting in against thodeseondnnts ot old Hum
bletonlun. Forty-llvn head brought less than
.1iH) each. Tho other tell animals sold as fol
lows: nimna Donovan, rh. f, Mio. by fled Wll'f,-I.li-
no Jl by Ijixlilglon Hllses; II 1.. Aslicr, l-exlnu-
ton. hy (loo
Col. rriuirc, br. a 18sr. by Onuat.l-l-ady lioltoil,
uyHolton; V. A. Orr. Ktngstim. tililu 600
Vllanla II , J.,10, h. 111., 1BH7. by Jolm IMllcs-daiu
li) Hamburg; J.C, Fusion. Larrooe. Wis P2S
flaliuin.i. li. u. IhSlMiy lU'rniuUu Lmlv Smuggler,
. I'V s'liiuguler; Jauiea Talburt. .Mlll-rslinrir. Ky,,.. 726
Pflftnir, b. i'.. lHsii, bv lilrtatnr Asiilaud Belle,
by Ashland L'liiil; t: T. Vox. Hicliiiiond. Ky .... 775
lleiitry. Mk, r., 188D, bv Jimii Turner Congo, by
li'in iilcits; snui lluikfl. Lexmirion, Ky . (125
Iln,a Slaiub'iul. Ir in., lHss iJr SMiubouf Luna,
by Milinmlil; (ieork'r llvadle). lKUiglon, Ky ,. liOO
Ollie H, li Ml lsil. by Maglr Cyulhla, by Strath-
innre; li. J Cuinrroii, Croivnl, Win. , , ., 815
l'uilMlun, U iu , ISsS, by Krlitui'k) I'rlnce Friend
hip. b llrxenyir Durovi liurord i larllon,
l'Xlluloii, Ky ,. 525
Pf.iu Id.ul, b. .. ISS.1. by Aberdeen AnabeU by
titurtuilscs, I), J, Cameron, Crcscoul, Wis...,, BOO
Htcirurt tVon tbe Mt, Ocorge Cake.
About ax) guests o( tbe Hotel et. George, In Brook
lyn, and many othtr persons at prominence wltnssnd
a raku v.ftlk in the banqueting room of the hots! last
night. The entertainment waa furnished byttebaU
boys. A programme of muslo and recitations preceded
At 11 o'clock Josepb Prlngle, tbe champion letter
carrier walker of liroeklin, marshalled tbe contesisnte
In the walk Into Hue. Ed Stewart and Crlssy Parle
beaded the procession and Oeorge Washington ana
Lulu Pendleton came next. Stewart waa at wide
aa a side of beef, and he walked as If be was attend
ing bis grandmother's funeral, lie and Miss iiau ..n
the cake artor elroUng tke room a Ooaao Hues, a.id 1 h.
ball rang with applause, Tba eake ooatalned a t:to
K Id-piece. Mr, gtewart waa a dart Bwte, tint he came
Bis Heer-a eeltfc tke natal.
At tbe rnolar weekly shoot of the Mew York rtttel
Club A. stela made the wonderful score of U) octet a
noislble 60, nilng a Srallb A Wesson revolver. Other
scores weret tl. I. U oilman, fifii Pr, Belt r8; X. Wals,
a?; II. Oehl, CO; B. VI altber, Wl Is. r. Jauuar, iSi r.
Jiism 1 -
tir pick op, xttB snow.
DIKrtbnttng Prtaea to tha Feathei-ad Blr-Ja
As predicted, the hlghost seore yesterdair at
the Brooklyn poultry show waa In tho Golden
Bobrlght class, tho hon of Frank Elstroth a
entry winning flrat prlzo with 00 points, the
black rod earno eaore that had the lead Bun
tiny night bolng 00. It Is not unlikely that tho
Llnls from tho aamo rarda entered for tho
Madison Bqunro Gordon show will also win
thn honors as best of alt that " colloj.
tlon. l'ho scores added to tho cages yester
day morning woro:
Plymouth nock-llarred . . ! ?f.
J. Schneider. Brookljn; white pullet, UlH. a. Boji,
Tho awards In tho bantam olasses were:
Duekwlng, silver Cock, W; hen, PI, to Jnhnsoaand
Mnrmau Hrooklyn. Oo.deu-Ul, lo Zlefelbaum a
Schneider, Brooklyn. u ,
sobrights (lniden-Cock.Or.W "en. fSt. Pt: pal
let. to F. K. Klstroth. Brooklyn. .Cool. WH. ' It
liniemiio, Brooklyn, klirer-llen. B t5. to F. k.
KBlaeihr.ed-Cock. 1)4: pnliet. BB. to Zlegenbanm A
Schneider. Cockerel. ; ben, iiJK. Ut to A. A.
Parker, Jeney Clly.
The l'eklns wore not scored, all awards for
bun nnd white, also for Japnnoso. going to
Johnson nnd Murman.
Tho awards to tho plgoons were:
All nrlres for carriers and pouters, to C. A. Koehler,
Prookiyn: for bsrbs. to W. J, stanlun, hew York,
Tumblers, Black llnld Ilead-Hrst to L. o. Warnar,
Rrooklj n, Vellow Second 10 Johnson and llurman.
Almond uid Kite-All 10 Koehler. Yellow mottles
First to Johnonandlnrman.
Jacobins. mil-Cock. llrst to It. Paker: second .to
Koeliler: lien, first and second to Koehler. 1 allow
Vott, nrst. ben. lernnd, to Koebter, Cock second, hen
tint, lopakcr. Black, blue, white aad splash, all to
Ono blnek 000k was disqualified for being
plucked nnd trimmed. Tho bird was good, in
ull but color points, nnd somo ono tried to dyo
the white bib black with Ink, but the ink
turned bluo and told of tho attempt todofraud.
" Thoro was no need ot making any such bun
gle of II." said an expert present. ' Ho ought
to havo gone to a chemist. It takes two dips
to get a good black on live foathers."
In trumiH-ters all awards were to It. Blnemke. Fan
tails. U C. Warner, flnxikltn. won tho prixes for black,
Mlow, nnd while capped and booted. Stanton won
for white, white rapped, and bluea.
Turblta. nine-Cock, Urst to Warner. Another prises
to n. Iiakcr. . ..
Swallows. Bine Cook, first to A. Oerber, Erooxlym.
Hen. sfcond. to Ulnemke.
ITIctK Ail to Blueuike. Dragoons All to Jobs T,
In high livers the entry waa ot hoards and
solids by Max Dannhausor nnd Hollands by
Dannhnuser and llitchio. Tho awards for
All for reds and first for yellow eock and ben to
Pannbauser: llrst for black hen and second tor yellow
ben In ltltcble.
Tho specials awarded yosterday wore:
For best rirmontli Rock, to white pullet of 3. K.
Hoy. I: best Wyandotte, to cockot 0. A. Koehler; best
tilt, game, to Jniue Krnnle, New York city;, best bsn
tans, golden UeSrU-ht lien of Euuroth; best i'ekln ducks,
to Johnson nnd Hurtnnn.
Emulating the Example or Chatnrey Bepaw.
rxsxsxiiL. Feb.. The armory of the Military Acad
emy presented an Inspiring appearance on Saturday
night, the ereut brln tbe semi-yearly gyinnaitlc exhi
bition or tbe endets. The boys are proud of tbe fact
that It waa from tbe academy Cliouncey M. Depew
graduated, and as ho was one of tbe leading spirits In
all the festivities that occurred at the Initltutlon, It lias
been tbe Aim of the authorities and scholars to Veep
the entertainments up to what Is termed the "Depew
The cadets at the academy represent nearly every
Slate In til" t'oloti ami soma America. In the pro-
frammo on Saturday ntcht nearly all the crark alh
cleiot the inntlttitlon tu-eS part. The lads thou-ed a
biirli degree of ef.lclency, which Is ere Untitle to the In
structor or gvtmiftKtti. and athletics. Col L. ll.Orle
tuAn of the 1 iiltuil S'tatcs army. Tho summary of the
P'lll-Sep.irats company. Adjutant Ohl commanding.
Dumb Kelt Exercises Class of twcuty-llve. t'adetsar
prant leader. Indian Clubs Class of twenty-four, C.
Parallel Bars claps of twenty-fonr. Sergeant II. Bar
pennt, feader J. s. Ilolroyd. llrst; Willie OhL second.
I'.oting Harry stiles, leader. Alfred Fraer beat
Frank Knlpo. and Harry Stiles beat Chariest. Utnebra.
Th.e wirk three rounds of two minutes each.
llorlrontat Hats Corporal J. S. lloiroyd, lender. Boy
Whllnry was llrst. and Maion t. Decker second.
Fencing Cadet !. Dias. .fader. Manuel Ulas defeat
ed Warren Jacobs, und Ira It. Frennd defeated Fred It.
llultiert. The referees were CoL Orlemaa and Major
Tumbling Corporal Holrnyd lend the class and won;
Hone t t'rockelt was second There was somo fancy
tumbling by Cadets Keiil and Frey
U rvstltug tv.det L. s. Creenbiium. leader. Tba eon
tens were tery Interesting. Horace Springer throw
llobart V. Huberts, Frank Knipe was too much tor J. H.
Carey, and Marvin Davis's skill was superior to that ot
buintiel J. Springer.
ii. ot War Company A ontpul'ed Companv B by two
Inrhe. Tlir- ainrera were: . F. Parker, .M.'I.. Pecker.
II II. Ssrirennt, and I. K. Hulbert. Company C, com.
tosfdotll. 11. lloyd. Willie OhL W llliam Waltlnj. and
John Daniel!, v.011 second honors by 2ttf Inches. The
contests produced tbe greatest enthusiasm. The Judges
v. em I), u I'roudtlt, New York, aad Carl Sheruiun and
C. N. Wells of Yale
Sergeant Mason Is Decker won the prlre, a gold medal,
forttiebeet atl-ronni gymnast. Cadet Whitney was a
a close second. J. s. Holroyd was by far the most pro
Ctlent all-ronnd lad. but he was barred from the prizes
owing to his having taken tbe honors last year.
Company 1) Bora 1oa.
Tbe first match of the series between Company D,
Forty-seventh Ilagiment. and Company a. Thirteenth
Iteglment. took place on the range of the Forty-seventh
Regiment on Saturday night, and resulted in a victory
for the former by seventeen points. The score:
coanxr d, roBrr-ixriutTn.
ytrtU. yitr.14. Total.
Private nallett Ill 20 41
1'rltate Slrusy 20 22 ell
Corporal Hughes IS 20 86
Fma'.c Fayrer 20 21 41
Private Conn 21 20 41
Corporal Swain It) 20 nn
I'mnte Newman 20 25 4.".
Private Baldwin 17 24 41
l'rlmtrl'hllill'S 15 23 Sit
Cupt. ChristoiZel 21 23 44
C0arX.tT G. TIllRTKrHTU.
Corporal Haywood 20 2.1 4r.
Corporal Miller 1.1 20 m
l'riwile Do.Ie. 14 14 02
Private Beese 21 21 42
Private .Nah Ill 17 Bit
Private storklun Iu 17 811
Filiate B-.ike 14 21 a.'.
Private I.otx 22 2.1 4.1
Private Kemble 20 20 40
Sergeant Austin 21 20 41
IVnverler Hliootera ut tbe Trope.
The Waverleyaun Clubbed nine members to rem
pete for the gold medal and an extra prize at Dexter
Park yct-rday. lieorge lletinstcad. v.bo won ttie
latitat nt tbe tsst shoot, captured It again with a
slralu'bt score of ten. The club shot at ten blue
rocks, club handicap. Tbt score Is; G. Helmstead. 21
y-tlili, 10; II. Herrmann. IH yards, tl; 11. Schmidt. 20
y.ir-ts, II; J. Ilolituian. IH yards, f,; Van Stadrn, 22
ariti.4; C. Motinnann. ID yards. 4: W. Fchumncher,
lUjan'.s.C; '.. Hukuelmtr. Is )urds, U; A, CraB'. 1 J
A sweepstake at six blue rocks was won hy Z. Fink
bllner, v.lth a score of sctcn, after tying with W, shu
mnclier. (1. Helmstead n on the second lnnticy. Two
llvo-blrd swci-pstakes ware sltotnt l'nty-hve yanls'
rme, three blnls. infss aud out. W. St iniina - .rr If,
Herrinann. '. Finkbelnier. A. Crane, und c. Xtolirmauu
rarh killed two, and shot olT for l.rst money. Uriine
ktllc 1 and won. !. Schnii It and O. Helmstead divided
second money. The second sweepstakes, under the
same conditions, v, as v. on by O. Helmstead wphtbree
straight. H, Herrmann took second money, beating
Scbumucher and Schmidt by one bird.
Nevr Kochelle Ynclit Club Meeting.
The annual meeting of tbe New Rochetle Yacht Club
was held last ctenlnu at the Hotel Brunswick. Eighty,
thrte nii-i'i) ers were present. An opjioiltlon ticket
nan in ih" 1v.1i a..d won. hands down. The chief In
tercft was ttntrtdiri the orpoiition of F, M, llausllng,
ouncr of tl.o s'O'ip Stella, to v.. n. Condon, who re
nin 1 iituhi ilic si'bnoner Itrpubllc. lr. Condon was
on tti regular tli'kot for Vlce-roiiiinndore, but wus de
fiauil. I'ull tt'liftl. ownerof the steamer .Now Jersey,
wus rceiri-ttit I'i'iiiino.loro, Jahcz liarrlsof tne sloop
(ilaw.ti, ,1. 'led Hour Commodore, The other oftlcers
4 lo. t '1 oe o st-rrotury. It. Condlt Kddy; Treaiurer,
ii.Hr Lar:'; .Vousurcr. C. 11, Miller; Trui.tees. J. F,
Pluck mot i;. T smythe; Membership Committee,
rh.ti,t4 1 liaiiilicr.aiii. K. II. Lambdeu. and Henry
Itiotiipvon; Ittgiitta t:oinmlttee, v.. II. sturgea, p. J,
Kiarstl. und I' . schooumaker; laxw committee, 0.
o' . aiul.l. r, lAmbdvn.
Tli.ru was tome talk nt appointing a committee to
vm , racing rules, but the members decided to Icate
ibriualiiiic, '1 tie dale ol tbe annual regatta was Ilxed
for July 2.
Among the members present was W, J, Swan, who
lias recently graduated from athletics Into yachting.
Mr. Swan wus on the side of the opposition. Ills side
won He says ho will change the name of his launch
Cherry Diamond to Winged Foot, He declare! that be
li going fn live In New Itochelte in future, and suggests
mildly that this may be the reaiuu be Joined tbe Jiew
York Athletic Club,
The Joint Fencing Championship.
The Fencing Championship Committees of tho Ama
teur Athletic Union and Amateur Fencers' League met
yesterday afternoon and coirptcted arrangements for
the tomtng Joint meeting. The relluiiuary asbre and
duelling sword bouts will be held at the Fencers' Club,
HV.est Tweuty.eigliib street, on Wednesdav evening.
Feb. 17, while ibe toll prelimitisnes will be decidtil at
the New York A c, club bouse on Saturday evening,
Feh'20, The lluate will be hold In the ilerkeley Ljccuiu
on Tuesday evening, March 22. liach man must meet
the other under the new rules, and with any kind of an
entry list It will take at least two nights to decide the
irelfuilnary trials of each class. The price of tickets
iss been tlxed at II, and admit tba holders to the en
Bntry to each class has been fixed at 13. and entries
(lost with J. K. Sullivan, 252 Broadway, oa Feb. 16.
Early aad McCarthy Are frleada at!.
Je-s Early got back from New Orleans yesterday, and
soald Cal McCarthy, They cams together, and thla
aaet will aira grsat pleasure lo tbe friends of both.
The old breach between manager and boxer haa been
bsaled, and again the winning team wlU work to
gether. Both were full of their renilniseinsrs ot Mew
(irlceus. McCarthy looked to be In inter eimi e thao ba
r.asui two) ears, when he trslnixi to tight iiixoa tba
lotigtlgbt In Boston, lie eald that CaUagban waa atta
ply a mars for him, aad he taw thla after tba tlisl
Oeorge straemera Columbus Billiard nan. at 2.087
erenfh avune. was formally opened but evening, All
through the evening tbe ball waa thronged with bflllara
enthu.lajts. Maurice Daly aad MoeeoaVlede7iami
at oushioB earroma. whloh tbTlatte wen. 76 polnte to
fl. SUIT Sexton and Jake Sheerer gave a gooaexhlbt.
tlon at tali-line bllllarda. Soma Very witty shots
w ere made for the cdlttcatioa of tba croiroV
L A. W. TAKES A "HEADER."
OZAIRMAH AIWAIKIt rVTS TUB OJt
OASIZAT10S INTO A IVMUIT.
Be Declares Arthur Zlnsaserxasut to ba ss
Proreeelonal.nad Throws the Aareesaeatt
Dalteaen the X A, W, and A. A. V, Aaldo
Thoro is oonsldorablo troublo brewing for
tho I.caguo of Amorloan Whoolmon. Tho
adoption of artletet ot alllanoo botween the
lnguo and Amateur Athlctlo Union last
spring was supposed to have adjusted all
differences bctwoen the two organizations,
Which wero occasioned by tho suspension of
a number ot whoelmen of tho New York and
Manhattan Athlotlo olubs br the L. A. W. Tho
articles of alliance agreed upon br tho two
bodies callod for n aottlomcnt ot all dis
putes occasioned by tho A. A. U. M'hoolmon
through a ooramlttco consisting ot ono moni
tor onoh from tho A. A. U. and L. A. V, and a
third man to bo agrocablo to both. Now, tho
Leaguo havo openly gono back upon their
ngroomont and Independently Investigated
and rendorod a decision upon tho conductof a
wheelman. aTnembor of an A. A. U. club, with
out any notification to tho Amateur Athlotlo
Union. All troubles heretofore between tho
L. A. YY. and A. A. U. have boon brought about
through tho racing wheolmen. Tho prosont
dlfDoully. howovcr, which promises to assumo
largo proportions. Is ovldontly caused by the
ejtupltllty ot tho Chairman ot tho Racing Board
oftholi. A. W.
Tho startling news that Arthur A. Zlmmor
man, tho craok rncor of tho New York Athlotlo
Club, had boon doclarod a professional by tho
Leaguo ot American YYhoolmon, was learned
yosterday. Tho announcement was surpris
ing from tho fact that no ono had any Intima
tion ot tho proposed movo of tho League
Gnorgo S. Atwatcr of Washington is Chair
man ot tho Itaclug Board. Ho statos that Zltn
morman by n violation of Clause D of the
Amateur llulcs Is declared to bo a profes
sional. Clauso D reads :
Accepting directly or Indirectly any remuneration,
compensation, or expenses whatever from n cycle
tnan uraclurer. agent, or other person Interested Iu the
trade or sport of cycling.
Following this clauso la a rule which says:
This rule does not apply to the teaching of the ele
ments of bicycling solely for the purpose of allectlng
tbe sale ot ablcycia.
Tho charge against Zimmerman is that last
fall bo received $'25 In cash from tho manngars
of tho Worcester Athlctlo Ciub for competing
In their games. This accusation was not
tnndo until some tlmo attor tho games wero
held. Zimmerman noknowlodgoiT having re
ceived tho money consideration, but denied
that he rotalnoil It, claiming that altera con
sideration ot the mutter ho returned tho
money. Immediately upon tho promulgation
of 'tho charges Zimmerman wroto to thoL. A.
V. tho following letter:
I was at Springfield about a week before the Wor
cester meet and was called npon by a party named
Frank E. Hay wood, who asked me to compete In tbe
games to be given by the Worcester Athletlo Club. I
to,d him 1 did not know whether I would come or not.
but that he could enter me If be wanted to. so that t
might ride If I wished. .Nothing more was aald about
the matter until the night before the games. On that
night, some tune after I had retired. 1 wae called
on in my bedroom by a Mr. Adams from Wor
cester, who said that he came to see It I
would some 10 Worcester to ride. lie showed
me the handicaps and I saw that It was Improbable
that I could get a place In any nf the races and refused
to go. lie told me that tbe club bad advertised a num
ber of racing men. including myseif.and showed me a
copy of a Worcester paper with ,1 hatl-page advertise
ment ot tbe games in it. He said that Ulinlle had re
fused to ride there, nnd IT somo of us did nut come, the
ciub would be placed In a bud light, Ao , and as It was
thtlr llrst games, he desired they should be sue
rertul. I still declined to go. About this time W. u.
Troy came In the room, and he suggested that If the
W nrre'ter C:ub wanted us so tied that they should glvo
ns a etiauce to win something, or at least ought fnpar
the expenses. Adams ssld that he would rather pay t2fs
than that 1 should nut come. 1 will not say that it was
sprctlically staled ttiat this was for expenses, nr
wus to be for prizes, but 1 undclstooil that It was to
be u $25 prize. I wtnt to Worcester the next day aud
rode tn tworaces. when I left the dressing room I
placel my money, watch, 4c, In .Mr. Adanu's hands
for fafe keeping After 1 was through riding 1 went
alter them again, and be gave them to me nnd satdi
"1 hate put something In there for you." On inyway
to the train I examined my money and found thtt
there was more money there than I had given him. I
believe thc.-ewas 2' over, I pon my return homo 1
consulted with Mr MePermott as to what 1 should bur
with It. He showed lue that 1 should not lave taken
It, but should buvv had the club expend It tor a prize
forme. I Immediately went to Worcester and reratd
the money, 925. to Mr. Adams, fiom whom 1 received
It. There is no truth lu the statement that 1 refused 10
ride beture 1 got 925.
. Zimmerman's explanation nf tho matter dif
fers considerably from thu evidence of somo of
tho Worcester men. und also with the testimony
gleaned by Chairman Atwatcr of theltnclng
Board. The latter, nfter hearing tho evidence,
ofllciully declared Zimmerman to be a profes
sional. It wus hero that Mr. Attrater com
mitted a grlovous error. Tho L. A. W'.-A. A.
U. alllanco states specifically that:
Charges against any cyclist shall be tried by tbe I.
A. W.. except, that a cyclist, a member of an A. A. U.
club, shall he tried by a committee of three, oue ot
whom shall bo named by tbe A. A. Cone by tbe L. A.
W and the third member by the two su chosen, pro
vided the accused shall, within twenty days after the
receipt of a copy or such charges, submit to tbe Itaclug
Board proof ot his A, A. L membership and claim trial
by sucu committee.
Tho Ilacing Board of tho L. A. W. consists of
Goorgo 8. Atwater of Washington. George Uol
llster of Cleveland. I.owls A. Miller of Mnrlden.
A. J. Ktreet of Chicago, and William 11. Do
Grant of New York. A Sun reporter, in an In
terview with Sir. Do Grant yestorday, was in
formed that tho first official notice of Zimmer
man's expulsion from the League, or rather
his being declared a professional, was made
known to bltu upon tho receipt ot ntologrnm
from Chairman Atwateron 1'rlday last. It read:
.Inunerman declared n professional. Application for
reinstatement now ou, How do you vote r Hedestrea
10 sail Saturday.
"From this communication." said Mr. Do
Grant. "I had no Information that tho ltaclng
Hoard was oven Investigating charges ngnlnst
Zimmerman. Upon tho receipt of the de
spatch. I inferred that tho application for re
instatement had been mulled to mo. and tole
gruphed back that I voted to reinstate. Up to
tho present tlmo 1 havo heard nothing further
regurdlng the matter. I bollevo Zimmerman
to 110 an honest racer, and therefore votml to
relnstuto him. 1 presumed that ho had for
feited his amateur status through tho Wor
cester race, and as he had publicly denied any
intent to brenk the Lcngtte rules, nnd had to
turned the money to tho Worcester people. I
hcllotcd that lie was untitled to reinstate
ment." When askod If tho Ilacing Board in general
had been consulted about tho Zimmerman
charges, ho replied that ho thought they had
not. Mr. He Graaf Is In clmrgo of the district In
cluding Now York. New Jersey. Pennsylvania,
Murylund, Delaware, Virginia, West Mrglnla,
North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia.
1'lorlda, Alabama, Mississippi, and District of
Columbia. His territory embraolng New
.Tnrsoy. where Zimmerman resides, it would
be Mir env-d thnt he would havo been con
sulted in tl.o mutter. Ho thought that Mr.
Atwatcr had gono ti, far.
Secretary Sulllvni) of the A. A. U. was sur
prised to hear that Zimmerman hnd been do
clarod a professional. Ho said that he sun
posed tho Worcostor troublo had boon adjust
ed to the general satisfaction of tho Leaguo,
"However," ho said, "Zimmerman's expul
sion from tho Leuguo Is not valid. There can
bo no excusu lor tho League's action
In this mutter. Tho alllanco wan adopted
by the I A. W. during thn rclsn of Charles K.
ltundell as Chairman of the ilacing Board ; but
his successor. Mr. Atwuter, has had ample
time to become familiar with League rules. I
don't know yet what action tho A. A. U. will
take, but I am certain that the New York Ath
letlo Club will look utter tho Interests of their
Tho news that Zimmerman had boon do
clarod a professional was 1 ocetved with great
surprise by tho whoelmen in this vicinity.
Ztmmormnn s most Intimate frlonds had no
idea that his standing as an amateur was under
Tho fact thnt Mr. Atwater should ask Mr.
Do Grant how ho would voto on tho reinstate
ment question showed 11 lack of good judg
ment on tho part nf the former. (Considering
that ho had not Informed the Now York mem
ber of the ltaclng Board of tho charges agnlnst
the nccusnd, it scorns strung" that Chairman
Atwntor should expect him to vote upon the
mutter. Luckily, Mr. Do Grnat was conver
sant with tho facts, and was able to promptly
voto upon the matter.
Mtesrd Spare to Coast,
It may be or Interest to the many local bowling aaao
rlatlnns to know that the Massachusetts Amateur
Bowling Association have adopted a rule for scoring
missed spares. When looking over a bowling score it
cannot be told whether a bowler missed an easy spare,
or whether a " pllt"epolled tbe individual's chaaoea of
increasing bis score. The new rule read;
"A spare Is defined In knocking down tea pint with
tbe first two balls, which may be rolled In any frame,
A ruined spare shall be scored whenever all pint left
by Hie l.rst ball are not knocked down after the sec
ond ball is rolled, provided, however, that tbe pins la
the group at which the second ball la rolled are spsced
tweh e Inches apart agreeable to the requirements of a
regulation frenio. But In cases where a plu or plus are
out. 1 when In such group the regulation spacing does
not prevail, or when two pins are left standing on the
alleys at right angles thei eto. aud not more tbaa twelve
Inches apart, no missed spare shall be scored.
" Iu the event of a foul a missed spare shall be seorsd.
whensver tbe second ball rolled falls to knock down the
full frame. In the combinations 28. 1 8, ft-6. a
missed spare Is to be recorded It tba second ball falls to
clear tbe alley of both f Ins."
TcutOBS at the Skat Table.
There wlUbe a fraud, akat tournament at retditeln's,
tee Orand tlrsst, this evening. Sixty competitors will
The Serasam CfcaaiBloai Bleycllat Killed.
aauB, rab. 1. Bseksr. tba Oermaa ehsmplon bl
7e!tuiM ' kT ,,U C,WB hu wllul
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STEXKizt rrx.va a stakb.
naOrereomea ma XUal la tba Breaeteel
Openlag amel Cuts Down His Iael,
Havaka. Feb. 1,-Atter an armlatloe of four
days hostilities were resumed yesterday In
tho groat chose match. Tachlgorln having
rocovored sufficiently from his attaokof Ill
nets, opened the thirteenth game ot the eon
test, llo did not caro to ventnro a Buy Lopes
again, but rosortod to his faithful Event Gam
bit, an opening In whlob. so tar. a draw was
tho best Btelnltc conld nchlovo. Aa the read
ers of Tub Butt will remember. Tachlgorln, In
tho ninth gamo, by an early exchange of
auoens recovered tho gambit pawn, but at the
opstot tho Interior position. lie, therefore
changed his tactics, disdaining to capture the
offored pawn. but. concentrated his pieces to
an attack against the hostile king's flank. In
tho courso ot play It beenmo nppsront that tho
attack on the part of white would result but
In loss of tlmo. for Btclnltf, soon made his
king's wing imprognnble and thus shifted tho
seouo of battle to tho centra and the queen's
Matters beenmo moro aggravating for whlto
when Htolnltn forcod n number of exchanges,
and Tsohlgorin was .finally forced to ncknowl
odgo dofent. Tho Jersoyman nocdsl but ono
moro victory to ovoroomo the Harmatlan's
lead. Tho scoro at prosont Is as follows :
Tschlgorln 1 ddOdOlldlOl 0-8
BtelBltx O ddldlooUOlO 14
Tschlgorln, S: btelnltr. 4: drawn. 4.
M The following Is Ibe resnll at the slmnltanenns per
formances given at the Council Chambers Chess Club!
Devidewen . lost liKrcles wont), lostui I'lnkbam won
. lost 41 llanlam won 0, draw 1,
The Cotbam Chess Clnb will bold a tournament, with
the rollowing enttlesi Krcles. Blubbs. Hall, Meyer.
Hrescher. bonohue, Arnhelm, Dr. Stosbsr, Albert, Hun
ter, Reich, Kbler. Illpton, IJaley. Miller, Althetincr,
levlnson, and Robinson.
The Manhattan Chest Clnb, la lieu or the customary
(hstnplousblp tournament, will hold five separate
tournaments, one for each class. The winner of the
nrst class section will be considered the clnb's ehsm
plon for the eonilng year.
Tho annual meeting and election of officers of the
New York State Che, a Association will be held nn
Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22, at M Union suuare.
The annual rhamplcneliln tournament ot the associa
tion will also take place there. Six prizes, tn tho aggre
gate value of 9100, havo been ottered. Kntrles must bs
sent to llr. p. Hint. Manhattan Chess Club, ni West
Twenty-seventh street, on or before Saturday, Feb. 20.
scnAEFEii irtr. aot vlat sj.ossox.
The C'hnmplou and Ites Will Play In Chica
go on Blarch 10.
George Siosion several days ago abandoned all hope
ot having another meeting In this city with Jacob
Bchaefer for the billiard championship emblem, now
held by Schsefer. Elotton sars that Schsoler. In de
clining to play again, seemed unable to understand
what was to bis own pecunlsry benefit. Another vic
tory would not only ghe him more professional dis
tinction, but the match Itsolf wonld be more profitable
than the game with Frank Ires. It Is a fact that the
match of Jan. 22 In the Lenox Lyceum drow the larg
est attendance ot recent years, and Slnsson thinks that
Just as large an assemblage would gather to see an
other match with the emblem at stake. Matches rora
money atake atone, Slosion further aald, do not possess
enough excitement to Interest the great mala of lovers
Slosson Is Incensed at the pvbltsbed statement that
Sctiaefer disputes tbe record of seventeen victories
each between the two players, and Insists that the
earliest two games between them were not matches at
all. but simply exhibition game. Hiosion claims that
both of the games were for a money stake, and, there
fore, were matches lu the full sense of the term and
Etoperly belong in the record. He defeated Scbaefer In
nth of the games. Tbe point Is. who shall settle the
new bone of contention between the two experts t
Mort Humphrey's hl'ltard manual gives the record as
seventeen victories for rach man.
Billy Sexton's newbtlltard room at 258 Broad way was
tbiohged yesterday by billiard experts tn see Jacob
hchaeter play au exnibftloii game with John Moulds,
1 hey played 2WI points at the 14-lnrb bslk-1'negame.
Scbaefer won by a score of 250 to 1:10. Tho chaimilon
made a run or 140. and averaged 3lw. Moulds's high
est run was so, and his nversire leV,. scbaefer aieo
Esve an exhibit! Mi or his marvellous rancy shots,
chaefer said at erttle game that be did not think ftlos
son wanted to piny very had, or be would have accept
ed some or bis 1 repositions. "It is too late now.' con
tinued Scbaefer, "as 1 am matched to play Frank Ives
on Starch 10 for the ibamplonshlp at the Chicago Mu
Ounce. Feb. 1, Frank Ives was astonished when he
read tn the papers Ibis morntng a New York despatch
to the effect that Scbaefer bad accepted his challenge
to play forthe world schamp.oosblp and had set March
10 as tbe date ot the contest. "I have not been noti
fied." he said. ' and do not know that Scbaefer hat put
up a rurfelt of J20O- schsefer knows tl at the mvlch
cannot be played, at the earllet, until sixty davs after
the challenge is made. I will not ntay htm on March
10, but will be ready for business when tbe limit the
rules allow la reucu?d. That is March 21. hehaeter
has until midnight to notify uic and lott bis money.
Odds and Enda ofMpnrts.
W. IT.. New York. Address James Mortimer, 44
Broadway room 17. New York city.
The California A. C. yesterday telegraphed to tbe
Poller rv.isetf, tnst that club will give a larger purse for
bullituti nnd Mitchell than any that llltthett has pro
posed, lltg or little purse, koweter. Mitchell will not
meet SulUvau. ,
The Manhattan Athletic rinb havo entered a team nt
fourteen men in the athletls meeting which win be
flveu by tco t'ompinv r Athletic Association and Wil
lemsliurgb Athletic AssOL'latiou on next Monday ulglit,
Feb. b, at the lorty-setunth Kegtuient armory.
Prof. John Lorls has replied to Warren Lewis's chal
lenge, on behalt of au unknown, by posting 91o0 ant
ottering to shoot with revolver nnd rltlo ror 92r,o or
SfiOua side, uud sa)s he will meet Warren Lewis at tho
1'otice Gni'tte orCce ou Feb. 5 at 2 V. M. to slgu articles.
The Boston Athletic Association has secured special
rates for ew York athletes Intending to compete at
Its big meeting on Saturday, Feb. 13. The excursion
ticket will be (0 ."a) each for IIS) or over. 97 for 75 or
over.andtn for r,o to 7.V Pirtctor II s. Cornish has
placed the tickets on sale wtih Secretary J. K. sulin an,
Billy Hart writes to Ttir Sea as follows: "Chappie'
Moran and myself win meet kddie Atery at the iw
rro'f .Virsoillce on Tuesday, t-eb 2. at 2 o'clock In the
afternoon, for the nurisisa ar arranging a skln-glove
uatca ton finish. If the party whom Atery mentioned
win be on band and put up the purse, alight cau be
arranged at once.
The Crescent Rowing club will hold Its first athletlo
entertainment on Saturday night next at Its bosthouse
on tbe Harlem Klver. which will consist of sparring and
w'restling. Among those who will appear are Jim But
ler and Sam .Meade. Stcffens ar.tf llonovan of the
Pastimes. The entertainment will conclude with a
speclauet-to between two 110-pound men.
ft. T. Y. The management of tbe Jimmy Lynch-Wal-ter
Ilalligan ten-round bout have secured a license for
Feb. 2,, and a guarantee from Norman L. .Monro, the
ownerof the Clermont avenue rink, that no glove con
test shall take place In the rink before that date, soil
would look ae though the Lynch-llalllgan match will be
the next to take placo on the old stamping ground.
The Building Committee of the Chicago Athletic As
sociation, composed of B. C. Nickerson, v. II HaUbury.
Henry Ives Cobb, W. V. Booth, and A, (1. Spalding, are
now fn this city, inspecting the various albletio club
buildings, with a view to getting points to work luto
the big ten-storr structure In the Harden City. The root
Is now en tbe new house, and it will be thrown opeu to
Its members in a short time.
The feature of Hie Nonpareil Athletic Clnh's stag on
Feb in will be it ten round go between Sun Collins end
i:ugcne Horubacker. The men have met in a ten round
draw before and each has also fought Cal McCarthy to
a draw. Tin y are rival athletic rlub Instructors now,
ami the contest is announced to bo lor scientific points
only, Tw oainatcnr "specials' and a l.ittg line of boxing
exhibitions will precede tbe event ot the night;,,
!.c!gh Illlcatis of tho Parkway Itod And dun Clnb
made .1 record tor himself as a single barrel shooter at
Hexter Park yesterday, llo shot n match with Archie
Andrews of tne same club at flfly live birds. He killed
42 to Andrews's lis. He only used his second barrel six
times, and two or bis birds dropped dead Jnst out or
bounds. The conditions of the match were, llligaiis.
so vards rise, and Andrews 2B; 80 yards boundary; for
925 a side.
It w as a rrmnrkably poor alass of boxers that rharley
White took to Huston to represent ilothsm at Saturday
filgtit's 11. A. A tournament, and no one was better
aw are of the fact than the doughty captain of the Clin
tons himself. But he wus powerless In the matter, the
Boston people selecting 'cheap' amateurs. John Mc-Tii-msn
wus tl.e only New Yorker that came any way
near being n representative of his class, and he won bla
special easy snoiigli.
The Avon Dratnatlo Society of Harlem will present
thenne-iL't play, "leniiei," and tbe threeact comedy,
Onrlinis," on Thursday night, at the Berkeley Ly
remn. with tbe following casts: rentier- IVitv",
Bob-rtn Hellion; .Smfro, Frank A. Coudon; fernin,
Frank Moore: rvf.ifti'nir, Hvelyn Pollock. "OnrBoy"
,v.'r Gmffru iiin;i.e, Avery Coltelt, TiV4 Vhamtmtyi,
Charles Trier; rfia ifoMeu-ir. Ldward L. Tabor:
CVairt.s JliWInrfol, Frank A. Condon.
Cleveland. Ohio. Peter Metier beat One Lambert
orcansda. whom Charley Mitchell bet on. In short
order. In Dublin Maher beat nobody else worth men
tioning on the other side. In this country he has been
meeting all comers. No man be met here was anything
like a tlrst-rlais man. hut he heat them all quickly. Ills
most notable performance was that where he knocked
out two men Jack smith of Harlem and Sailor Brntvn
In less tlmo or actual fighting than one three-minute
round comprises. In New York Maher la at present the
favorite over Fltzsilnnmiis, It la said the New Orleans
sports will bet e en on Mtzslmroons. but their 1 ght
h uinntli off. one man In this clly will bet 91,200 on
Kitrslmmous against 92,000 on Maher. -daber never
met (lenrge Oodfrey, the rotored boxer, of Boston. The
(lodfreytie nut ojt In Philadelphia was Joe of Port
BJclimend. TblsaUoanswersJ, V. K.
Bowling: Games To-atskt,
iKiticix aasrscx caiox.
Section 2 Bloomingdale vs. West End, Bloomlngdals
vs. Kenllworth, at Bloouilngdsle allsys.
Section 4 North Kud A.C. is. New Jsrliy B. C, at
North Eud A. C, alleys,
Merchants vs. Feltcnkeller, relsenkelltr vs. Jolly,
Jolly vs. Merchants.
Atalaata Whselmsn vs. Manhattan Blcyela Cluk at
Atalanta YVheelnien'a alleys.
nscia Asa's tocsssjnn.
Oermaa-Amsrlcan vs. Endeavor.
ArUnrloa a. a va. EUxabttb A. O., at Arlington A. O.
nun crrr axsrxra mono,
rmua ball tratnuixoin
Tblrd Ward vs. Chestnut.
Tba Normals gar a reception to their lady friends oa
Saturday evening. After a prtxe bowling contest, la
which all tba ladles participated, ibe members of tba
elub and tbe Invited guests partook of supper. Dsnclng
was also Indulged In. Among tboae present were ex
Alderman Curry and wife. Aluernisa gslly of Jsrsiy
City, F.J. Phillips and ltose Dempeey. Capl. P. M. Far
ley and MIsa.Loretto McCarthy. Prank llurlbsrl aud
Miss McDonald. J. T. Mackawaln ana Miss li, Macks
wain. II. King and wife, W. Bailers and Misses K. N. aud
A. McCarthy. Arils llutan and Miss llattie Dwyer, I'.J.
Kelly and wife, T. J. yittgeraid and wife, Julius Solhsrn
and wua. J. K. Farley aud wife, A. 0. Brumlng and
wife, 1. McDonald and wife. 11 Iss u McCarthy won
ths first prtae a diamond ring. In the bowling contest,
aad MUI A. MsCartby the isooud pnis, a (old bracelet.
BOWLtSO rOB VHABSXT.
Tha tfattad Bollsj Ctawa Batrta Tkalr
Tbe United Bowling Clnbs, wbo hare a membership of
twent) -eight, and bleb le?the only bowling eaioctallnn
amonr the Herman bowlers In this etty, began Ha tour
nament at' the aerraanla Assembly Booms alleys Uit
night. There la no limit to tbe competitors wbo msy
take part tn the tournament, and though the tourney
began last night, the entry list Is open until Feb. 15. To
data eighty-two teams have entered In the Interest of
charity, sod It Is probable that fully lrl will makeup
tba total number of contestants. Each tesmpaysan
entrants tea of if,. This money Is donated to the dif
ferent hospitals of tbls clly. It being left to the option
of each team tn which Institution the money should be
given. The scorss-lsit ntgnti
relsenkeller-Kocb. 82; Kngettlng, R.': flsuman, 70;
Wtessn, 04; Oattsmeyer. 7.1. Total, U74.
rnl-Strohkamp. 72i Dinner. K8i Krakehter. 73;
Biedtibacb, 40; Morjsn. J 5. Total, 318.
Ramsrh-Jnllus Haunter, ten: Joseph Itassmer, Oil
Hants, 711 Beylss, f'.i Wrglan.KU. Total. Ml.
Fifth Ward-Rrohne, US: Harms, U; J, Wolters, Bl
n. WBlfert. Utf; W Inter, 1'4. Total, SUS.
Last ntfbt's games In the Academy tournament con
cluded tbe series. At neither ot tbe three contending
teams bad any chance to win a prlte. no special Interest
waa taken In tbe fames, Tbe tcorcst
rutin. I wrir inoea.
S. K. K Sore. .1 X B. .Veen.
Fchragg 1 6 4 142,nepkla H n 2 171
Barklage 1 2 7 114 llr.U1.11 ;i 2 r, ier.
Bohlen o a " 121 Banges, .. .1 r, 4 1H2
Dnnkek 2 5 .'t IM Topperwln....2 n r 131)
Altenan 2 a r. 122 Itlercks a 3 4 IBM
Tctali...... "02024 057 Totalt 121820 745
r'etltlre SI 114 IDfi 2(ld 841 402 4S0 512 505 V,7
West Shore, ..HU 142 220 003 OSt 47U 54M till Utl4 745
Umpire J, lltlnhorlL bcorers-J. Uotter and W.
Avsrsre-riessure, 181 3-T,; West Shore. 149.
9. .1. it. 5w. A K IL .!ftwe.
Ksltman a 4 ft 170 Scbragg 2 a 8 1RO
Mauer O a 1 11,1 Barklage. S 8 4 111
Ynunginan.,,,0 a 7 lit Bohlen 1 2 7 124
II. l!errmnn,,4 4 2 1U2 Dunkak 2 4 4 1.1H
A. Herrman.,1 0 tl 1117 Altenan 4 2 210
Totalt '81725 723 Totals 12 IBM BOl
Volnnteer....M lit JS.7 2ttO 30 404 SIS RSO S70 723
Pleasure... . Hll ltt.1 2U0 322 3UR W Mel 144 732 801
Umpire O. Bltx. Scorers W. Partels and J. F.nck.
Average Volunteer. 144 3-5; Plesiure. 1601-5.
wuriHosi. I voLtjirrssx.
,e, ,v, ft Sror'.i ,1, S. B. Sews,
Depkln o 7 H l.Vt'A. llerrman.,.0 3 7 lin
llalsten 2 II 2 107 '.Mauer 2 3 r, 133
Itunge 3 4 3 liiiYoungman,,3 2 11 125
Tepperwin.,,.1 I H 1 13'H. i'errman...4 o it l.-J)
Diercks 2 4 4 Ills Kallman O 4 U 127
Totalt "e20 771 1 Totals "i 12 30 650
West Shore. fl4 120 IDS 26H 8W 448 BIB B7 MO 771
Volunteer... .50 lit! 17tl 22l 321 3UU 4H2 013 573 t!50
Umplre-t). Bltf. Scorers B. Altenan and F. Oobber.
Average-West shore, 154 1 5; Volunteer, 130.
Tbe Cosmopolitans scored a victory last night on their
own alleys nter the American team In a scbeduled
game of section one of the American Amateur Union.
K .1. ft f" S. ..'. D. gmre.
Laxarus 1 el 3 lMi llratnnrd 2 4 4 ir,o
Morgan .1 2 ft UH Zaun 1 4 B 137
Wllmarth.,.,2 1 7 124 lla'.teil . .0 It 4 144
Seaman... .4 4 2 17.1 llo Vea 1. ...154 140
Norman 1 S 4 143 Wallace .0 5 6 121
Totals UlSfl 745 Totals.... ,T 27 22 701
Cnsmnpol'n .74 147 215 2ISI .1115 4.12 48ft 57.1 P.".! 745
American.. 73 lt.3 224 2U5 3H0 43.1 S3 541) 0.TO 701
Umpire, II, R, King. Scorers, F. Bralnard and R. A.
Through the brilliant work of Messrs. Oarrnll, Andea.
and TouKatnt or ourCli.b, in the sehed'Ued (inset
section one of the American Amateur Unloi egnlnst
the Produce Kxctiitlwe team. las', night, rn. led onlliir
alleys, the Produce team were deieated brll)7ptn.
But thlsle s'ltnewbat accoutred tor by the tact that
the Pruduce did nut have tLe'.r lull team pieseut. Tba
orn. I rxourcx kxchs.xck,
. j - b. .. x. n. ,w,.
Jt. a. Lnquerr.l 3 131 Cemeron I 5 4 140
Da)t 2 3 .1 14.' (osier 3 2 5 MO
Tousalnt 4 2 4 173 Triifton 3 1 J3J
Carroll 7 12 217 "weet O 1 V li.v
Atidreal 4 3a 1st Sltnoudt 3 2 r 143
Totals 181220 S47 Totall foi"l2"9 000
"nr n4 1n!30i404 47lB28S18(0 7fl4 847
rroduceKx'nge.44 liO 170 25V 326SU1 437S12 5S3U50
Umpires W. Shnw end E. R. Peck. Scorers O. Sa
rouy and F. T. Luqueer.
The tblrd series of games In tbe Arlington Hall tour
nament were rolled last night. The score:
.N. .. B. ,-re. ;,.. rn Xtr
a. Prenis.,,,1 3 tl 121 Schoeller.....2 o K loo
W.Htpb'son.2 2 t) 184 Uehlln o a M 110
,1. Freuss.i.,.2 3 0 1211 Henna 1.1 3 7 llnl
W. Phlllins...2 4 4 141 Usees 1 4 5 lis
C. Sowade..l 3 11 181 Rauh 2 2 II 12il
T. Collins. ..1 It 7 115 Brerltns 2 2 0 14S
D Waters.. ..4 2 4 151 Weber O 2 M
Ueo. rlscher.l 5 4 12n Wlrth ..I a n 125
Totals ... .1427 41 1051 Totals .1)1754 U31
Concord S3 100 208 403 4B7 fir)2 71B 800 Bin 1051
Vorwaerts. Ill ltta 2U5 34U 4H0 5Uj tsc.l 743 SJ7 1131
Umpires. I. Krug add J. Scott. Scorers, I). Crawford
and li. blinpklns.
Tbe balcony overlooking tbe alleys of the Fauna Club.
Jersey city, wee ruled with clubmen last evening when
tbe Islanders vied with the borne bowlers lu a schedule
game of tba Amateur Bowling Association series. The
FiLBl CIXS. I ITITSX ISLOD 1. c.
V. & B. Sflnre. X X 11. Srnr.
I.nts 1 fi 4 Ull Spaflord 4 1 5 l.v
10 rh 3 4 a 101 Uo.ld 0 2 8 Ion
Hatbaway.,.,4 r 1 IW fo'a 2 a 5 i.v!
Hopsill 1 3 tl 182 Chambers. ...1 r. 4 1411
Carter 2 tl 2 175 Hose 4 4 2 1S0
Vultee S 2 3 l)i liould 4 3 3 17n
Clarke 3 3 5 141 Rttchey 3 4 .'! inn
Me)er 3 2 5 142 Bartow 1 7 2 lit.-,
tnirup 6 2 3 lwi I.lviiigstou....l 4 5 13,-.
Lculy 1 5 4 140 Bllll. 8 4 8 IM
Totals 27373d 102S Totals ilfSsu 1SJ7
Palma....1'2 830 522 085 830 t'W) 114H 12fl!l M.'.fi lfl
B: L A. C..153 2U4 464 024 707 W3 lOir. 1250 HOD l.W
Umpires-II. K. Kimball and Joseph Harrlsun.
Scorers-Frank Baldwin aud C. N. Shaw.
The RVM and Tux Soh Bowling clubs plsycd the
second game of a scries of three games foi the cham
pionship nt the newspnpr clubs at 2a Division street
yesterday afternoon. The HVU team showed up in
rather poor form, and n ere beaten by the following
.S. K B. 5eore.t , v n e. -
Tnttle 2 1 7 104lltleiple.. .2 4 4 145
Fsicr. ......a 2 r. 13l Udaards 2 1 7 115
Ktrawlnskt..,o a 7 123 Cnrbett ,2 J ti -':.
Korn 1 a tl 124 Nutxhorn 1 2 7 107
"alien o a H jot; Newmau 2 3 r, mm
Boyle I 2 7 11H Juppe 0 7 3 iff,
MiCarter O 1 U 78 Davis ...0 2 3 Isi
Totalt 7 14 t'a 787 Totals 14 2135 ptTj
fTorM 88 160 211 287 ,'W1 452 52 (105 flDO 787
TsxSux (12 1H5 2W1 401 48U 5S4 Bl"4 7wO 805 IH17
Uuplra-Knecbt. Scorers Hatfield and Davit.
Tbe Atlantic, team won the honors In the Knicker
bocker tournameut series ou Saturday night. Tbe
. 'rotectlnn-Faulhaher. 101: Kramer, 1S3; Link. 109:
Velth. ltd; I'.laesua. 180. Total, tl7ll. ' ' '
,i:,'"tr'0.rki1'.r, 'M; Strutb.ra, 138; Naethlnr.
188; Wardsn, 115; Vonng, leo. loiaL'7J"i. "".
s.A''?';0-I,?rr- JI3f nrisnrue-rir. 172: Truckenbrodt,
13.',: Hetssenfels. 2011: CorJes. HI. Total. 8J7, s
rri?",0.,i"u,'1"l"i"'r; 'li11 Kramer. 180; Link. 133;
Veilb, 141; Blarsus, Ititi, Total, 801, '
,.!iVToJk?w.r,J' ,,fl: Rfruthers, 148; Waetblnt
141; Harden. 137; Young. 135, TotaL 707. """.
Atlaatlc Horn, 160; Branfoehr. 13'J; Truckenbrodt.
138; Welsientels, 142; Cordes. 173. Total. 74"
Thelloboken lonrnament came In a close on Satur
?,V T'f1'.."", defeatlBf the Atlantic Boat Club tba
Honrtlsd the former for tho first prlie. The score!
Full Moon-Budenbender. 147: Bsedsr, 118: IfenksL
Spartan-Oarriiou, 17li; o.aielles. 141; Oehra IDO-
V$ JSn'U.h..ote""'1' J"' iSS:
Atlantic 1 Boat Clnb-Sagendorf. 158; Falkland, ltM-
i!;tt'i"lilHs,ia?,,il ,0l! tooi. "41 Bratidt luo;
Dingelstedt. 147; Iluesman, lsa. Total. 1.244.
Ilour-Sullhan, 174; Schwlnge, 104; ilradr 14S-
b,oE,t,,bK,,4.S.uot.nd.eV,e.' 5 ,A.-,.,S'IS:
Phy on the alleys of t"be Khrabetl, A. O., ilu- r-t lit belnir
lbs second tlctpry 111 the lonuer learn. The s'i r't '
htlzabeih Field Club-K. Davis. 171: Ogden.lM.Vr.arL
V-&! S'ff.-Tai. r,'"roneT1J77i klnrfelh 155 Tobln,
178 ' ,,,n,B'l"'"PPl, . Total!
.'v"..i'' 0,.L'.''En"1' 1M' McCabe. 108: Clogber. 1S2
J. ''a; JV-KaMr. 122j Uaubnsr, iat): u'sauer
In the Jersey City Amateur Bowling league the
Montgomsns forfeited two games 10 Ihelndenindence
Bowliugcub by railing to apuear at the .alter ? lub'e
fi''V' .""euvllle last evening. The Independenci
Item bowled, according to tbe rule, for ateragss. The
scores 1 First game, 785; tecoad game, 872. .
iJh.l rtAniir "".TUn U'Db received Ihelr tint defeat
In the Hudson C'outily Amateur Albletio Bowling
League's ebamplonsb n series at the bauds of Ibelr
'' ow townsmen, the Excelelor Bowllug Club, on "lie
Belvldera lioute alieyi at ureeuvUle last night, ibe
ti.'i&rf,U.,rd "v? V1"- ,B,: 10! Mauser.
112; Hleber. UK; VY. Lauer. 110: Ortman. Iti4' r
Laoer, 118; Amlth. 118: Wlubfaek. I23. Total l"e.
B. a C.-4J. WelgeullS: r. Woody. 1B8: v. Itoty, 118:
J.WelieLm: rnce.l21j Trtsted.'lOS; llaiell. 1 3: "'.
Baner, ISS; Roebauback. ISO) Blibuff, ISi. lotax!
.,.,,h,..4t?l'rrie bowling contest of the Ilalsyoa
Bowling Cluh held on Fr day night Miss I. Brown won
tne nrst prise with a shore of lis. Miss Stern wobmS
ond prise, scoring lOtl. and Miss Strauss wilblheaame
Secori rsoelvsd third prise. Among those present were
ii!,;0..",l.Mb",10,,,l' tMjafoba, samu.l
alalVa.uB'dlSLU''- u",Bbttlo U. Uambtn.,'
AS TO DAXXT BICnAtlDSOJr. mV
aV Quealloo that ta Likely fo Canae Troabla H
Tlioaucsllon as to where Daniel Rlchnrdnon, H
sccontl basooian. shall play next season has (H
beeomo an tntorostinc one. lie. without any H
solicitation or promptlnc. has written n lotter H
to tho officials ot llkf Now York Clubnnnounc- H
Incthnt ho will piny nowhoro except In .Vow tp
York, nuil It tho Loasuo Insists upon him LT'
coins to Washlncton ho will remain In Klmlr.i fl
and do voto hts attontlou to tho business in
which ho Is onRaBod In thnt city. Hall 'H
playors aro noted tor tlircatcnlnR to slop H
playlns ball unless their tlciiintuls are I
compllcil with, nnd then wvnkenltiK nt tho lust H
mlnuto. However, Illchntdsoti Is known to bo I
a man who tloos not Imlulco In Idle threats, B
and when ho rcsohos upon n certain course I
ho Boncrnlly cnrrles out his Intentions. Hntnr I
as tho Commltteo on 1'lnyors nro concerned I
nothlnc can bo oxpectod, its they have wnhed
tholr hands of tho whole matter. Thn com- M
mlttco havo been fluttorlni; llko n wenther H
vanoln thocasoot Moran. and will naturally I
stand Orm In nny caso whoro thoy feel nny
sonso of rlsht. As tho mitltor now stnmla,
thoro Is nn excellent prospect ot a tilt. I
aurccablo squabble at the ilitrch nieotlnx
of tho Icnue, us the Now lork ntiiclals nro
(lotormlncd to flelit tlioquestlon tu tho titmot.
lllchardson tins ctinsultod n lawyer, and lln.lt
that as ho slaiifd a contract to play In ThlU-
dclphln ho cannot lvcally ho compolliltl to play
in vt'asliitiuton. and its tlio l'mycrs, Commute,,
thorotiRlily understootl that Now lork waived
all riff hts to Connor In roturti for l'hllndelpliia
itiiikniB no claim for ltlclinrtlsoii.thctonppeiiis
to hnvo l.cen some nlinrp practice In ullowlnir
If tlio niicstion comes boforo tho League, m)
thnt hotly will bo placed In 11 11 n wk ward pusl. m
tlon. It would, of course, prefer to uphold th
action ot tho Cuniinltteo on l'lnyers. out would
thoroby lioooinpollod totlo Injustice to 0 cluh
thnt rioaprvos well of tho liutiBUe. It would
thereforo opjiear to bo the courso of wisdom t ,
soldo tho tllfllciilty outsldo of the Lcnuu'i 1
meotlne. Let l'rcsldunt Day nnd Manairer
Powers moct the olllcmls ot tho
Wiishlnctnn Clnb and coiuo to soma
arnincomont. The Wimlilniston mnnaifu
ment cannot but know Hint lilulianlson, if lie
consontctl to piny thcro, which Is not nt all
likely, would 1m 11 very iinwlllinjr plnyei, nnd
why they should not Huron to somo deal by
which thov would cet llnsHott aud Itlclimdnon
toiemnin in New York Is n mystery. It the
Washlneton people should tlocllno to discuss
somo such- proposition tlicy would have to
shoulder the responsibility for a llcht
In tho Lcnrxuo iiioetinK, and In tlio
event thnt tliry citmo out uliend would
thon lose tho scnleos of tlio player, who
would undoubtedly ritln from the diamond.
It WnBhinKton's claim to Melon deon wa a
sound one, that cltiti would of courso be iiisti
lleii In lutnRluK to him deepltoall opposition:
but its New ork. from nil polnte ot tleiv, ts
entitled to tlio nnin thoro is tohson to Pullovo
that WnahiDston will make n uerious enor If .7
sheclititfstott wronc position.
The claim thnt hew York wus shnhhllv
treated nt tho Indinntipolls moetiiitt and that
lloston wus showotud with favors shu did not
need ts tnct hy the nrifunietit tlmt lloMon cot
only nno player by allotment (Duffy), the cluh
hnvinir signed Ktlvelts nnd jlot'nilhy early In
the full. That nrsument Is nit her weakened
by tho oft-repented nssottlon uf Nick ionn
tlmt tho ooiniiiittoo's prime object was to
equalize tho plnylue strencth of the vurlniw
clubs. The nvcnicd New Vorkor is surpilsod
that tho committee, in lis elfoits to "eiiuftllzo
tho plnvliiR xtreniftll," should iidd strenifth to
the ormmilon team. Tho pertinent oueryis
Pitt that. If tlio l'lityers' Commlttoe could tuko
Moran. who was slirned by the New York Clui
In rieptomber. nnd to whom S.'vtK) advance
money was paid from tho club thnt slsued him,
and awnrtl tno playor to St. Ia)u1. why coitlrj
not thnt committee, with ciual justice, tnko
KtlvrttH and McL'urthy. sfened by lloston
In the full, and ullot tlioso pliyr !
some chili tlmt would bo overjoyed to
Cet them? Jt Is tlio opinion ol local
enthusiasts thnt thn committee would
hate don- ll.ibt had It refused l5otot'.clnliin
for n slncl" player, uml tho fnct ttrit several
plnyer- wer.! iisHictied tn Now York Is not 10
Riirdod nsiiH excuse for weiiketiliic the team
ut n V'tnl point. Tho lmpri".Ion steadily
crows tlmt thn netlnn of tho ciinin'ttevasrtr
nurds Now io:-k wv.s hti-ly mi'l unjtist.
X ntrle IIutltltfr fnr tile lUstern .awsoelittlnn.
James Mutrle le'uitirtl to tt'r eliv yesterday from
Ilmlrn. w l.ere 1 el.a-1-e, n exainlutngthe prospects of
the town tor a plate In (lie Ilaetein .srcta(lrn. He
reportsthat It Is a very romi,lrg baseball town, as a
number of the sclidest buolnee men nre very anxious
toseenteem toea'cd there, A he it y capitalist la, in
fae, willing to pot ill. protect mi lu feet. There era
excellent gro .nde oiitenieittit sittiateil, and a good
tir.ui woul.i b.' ,:,t III the VI 1,
PresliletitC li. tt lute wit. ca'l a meellngof the Easleril
Association in u rtai or I w.i in. ,it,any or fits clly, an I
It is evin-1'led U'.it fdiu.ia nllb, sduiltteJ wtt.iarus'i, WB
tllilne 1-ll:ii.li'lli teat the e.tift-t 1-02 will btt 4 jH
gral oh-in-tni, inlh.l-I.e.lg.ii,. n'u'e (et'Vimnt uf
the ar li-.io-iiiuil eon .ileui-v 111 the l-acsccs ot baee- llfl
ball lo Hie small cities.
T.onlsvllle Afcnlnet tlir Mtr .tereement, H
favrisviLLr. Feb. 1." No, I shall ml vn'e for the near Hj
national ngreeuient," said Preeldatit stuc'.y of the H
Uiulsvilles to-night, "there nre several s-ctii n that I H
object t, sl'ho'nrli I am f.i'r'v well ;i!p-is m! .1 ilh 'he 10. Ut
strullient MS Nilhlt. 1 tlillil. It ktioii d tie jn!"'Ld at H
m meeting w here each reclt'Oi tn lie iiis:i e 1 ,v.w Bm
ralely. I mo,t certululy will nn o:t on ,t oy ma. I.'
TtilHrlmll ulew. H
Tbe coming sion will agn'n find tbe laron'ln-s bat- mM
tlilignu tbedlar.lan'l tv.th nil the leadllvelu'is .f ..e WM
York and vicinity They have formally orgtiii...-i wit!i M
the following olllceis llnnlel J tlnitaher Mmaavr; mM
Pavid ,1. oi.'.iniiell, si:st.nii Maniger, mi '. .to'in II, Hj
Mnrp'iy. T-ei's'irer, The Hoard of Direct r sre .lull H
It. Ciiliey, I'arlik.l. sher.il.tii. II..I. t,alv:n 11 mum .1.
Harnett. I eier r llsiollhoje. William J. I. in-, nnd .'.
M liHllsiflier. Their III. Ilnlopf'ienriilire ,,1,1 or. tu t ,i.ti
a llrnt'i'iass tiniii. wtiii new iiiiwurm- r.ie l-.itituiee ;
may etlirHge a utii'ind for stoiilay k'alne, near tlie -111.
They wiiuitl like to arntize k.,,iiie, ,ih al first ais
rl'.'lis giving siiiiab'eL'imrsn'ie i.-ittiiua i-,.tii,i : j .1
mill's. Addrox U J. unli.ii,uer.'."i::i.i.:i':iirt) w.uih
Slrrtlns of Alhlrllc .ilu'inrjci-e.
The meet'n of the Metropolitan As'clatloi; iioanl of
Managcraat the Astor llouee 10 night wil bo interest
ing A 1 rono.'.ie'ed favorite for IVr-iiteV ,itti-tiion a
position has Hot yet dmlepeil. .limine Tighe. .1 h
Sullivan, Jl a. Cuming, c, c, llugher, uiul llsrlow
Palmer love been ntrntloncd It 1 possiM-tha tie
latter, u IliiTslo man, m.v be cotivjlimentet h. an
e!e,-tloli, ntil2li aoal I i,Me Judgo llri.e to puhlde o tr
the mee Inve til his ca.leite of 'li'i..Pu.l.ei'
The Harltng ce,e. the u.doo- iliampi'Mi.r:ipbic)c;n
siiuabble, noil the ilraun-out 1,'ii'hii piot.sl nro'ilUe
calendar, as we'l us a proposed nss-esment 1., mske up
tbe deficit of tho Madtion Siuaro Harden niee'.iu.',
Tbe election of the Nonpareil Athletic Cluu. ahleli w,,
referred back at the last ineolln-. Is an assured rni
fills prouus'ng nrga'ilxatioti was reported upon unfa
vorably, while .1 Broukitll chili with us cluh Inilse ma , "
hat was admitted in membership. An lue,ttg't on
bat shown that the action ot the. cuinuiilteo wis owiug
10 pirsoiiu lee'fug
The valti of far. Sr.v as a chronicler of sport will he
showuatthe me,;tlng, the ITi.lie! Commltteo hating
mode official application for a 0 ipv of sept r. 1S..1. to
prove that May, the West Ide A. C siinnter romp'ted.
with other athletes, at the unregisttred sacrr.l ilesrt
games, an exilustve report of lbs tin alum l.ailiu tieeu
nisile, It will decide an important point, namele. the
championship of the Archilloeesaii t'uloii. as May's
points thrown out will give tbe cup lo the Cathedral
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