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( ft THE SUK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1892.
I ECLIPSE WINS A GOOD RACE.
run volt ncxs tns I'lv.r.n noirx
IX TIM IIOSIKSTIIRTCH.
Th Fntorltrp, Prince, Fortiinntim nnd Cnlr
rinnlM, rupture) Pitmen Handily Mnbel
flttnn limit Inlrrnn TlieTnlent In l.iicU
A croat holiday throne attended tliq raeeion
the hilt yostordny. Ilottlnir waa llvolf, nnil Ilia
money was protty fnlrly illvldod. thrco ot tlis
purses Kolns to fiivorltoR. ono to n second
cholco hone, another to a (Mo 1 chanco. l'rls
cilia was the lone shot of tho day at oddsot
Dan .ionic's horse Trlnen Tortunatus, odds
on favorite for tlio first race, won easily liy an
opon loncth, Mollio Davis Leatlntr Uoadltclit a
l(jtisth for socond place.
Kueono Iieli's raco horse Inforno, son ot
Bend Or. and ncrcnt favorite at odds on, ftp.
reared, utter n lonu alienee. In tho socond
race. Ho was hardly fit fora bruising rnco.
Mabel (ilonn handed Inferno In tho homo-t-rrctch.
nnd won liy n lcrxtli and a half. In
ferno bcntlnic ltemurso n head for second
Mnce. Alnrtln won tho third rnco from tho
htnrt lv nnndlni: Kimono I.olu'h's fnvorltu (Illy,
raledonla. Iiumo two lenirthn In trout (it the
Mold. l.ndy Miirr. Kecond choice. unntcliud
second placo from third choice, l'lay or l'ay,
by a ha.id.
Tho handicap, nt thrne-ciuartnrs of a mllo.
was n horso laco. Martin cut r.e.llpo loose, in
the hoinostronteli. whero tho favorite cultured
tho lendor-s. nnd. forcing his way to tho front,
Won liy a neck. Kinttery. Hecoiu! eliolee. boat-3-ocnn.
third pick, an open Irntfth for tho place.
A mlctity shout from tlioreeulurn rolled over
the roeky liultrlitn towunl tlio city vv lion tho
leaders crossed Die nlnnlni: lino. Twice In
Kuccesilnn tho t.ilont liad picked llrst, toeond.
and third lionew.
rrlsellla, at 8 tel. ran In tlie front cluster from
the start Intlio llfth race, and won by a loncth,
Charley Wilson cettlnc lliu placo from Duko
John by a neek. .lack l!oe, nt tl to 1. won the
last raco easily, llunnlnc ltlrd bontlnc Uroon-v-i-lcli
a head for the pluco. nummary:
rarift f 400, selling: one inlle.
IX A. Honla" lir, M. Prince rortiinstus. are6 by Fonso
Little Madam, 107 (larrlssci) 1
."t. Itradlev's b f. Vlollle Hails. U.li (Hall) 'J
W. K. Cotton's h e llea.lllirhl 4. 101 (Neary) II
Ilruefet, Transit, raney ue ditiir, .Maentiley. Ami
pnyle Rhodes also rm. Tunc. I 4414. Iietttni- Ten 10
T on Prince horlnnalus, 10 to 1 airuinst Motile Pavla,
Purse $400i selling: six furlnnie.
A. Thompsons ii in. .Mabel uietin, r., by Hindoo
raiphurnla. ml (drlilln) . . 1
I', I mil's b. 11. Internu. r, 110 (Martini -!
ExcrWtor Matile's b ir. Itetnurse, .1, llU Olcrllone) II
Kerry How. 1'uKot, Alrpl.int. iiti.1 .Merry Duko also
ran. rime. 111. licttlnir Hie m :. aitalnst Mabel
(JIcdd, 5 to 2 011 Internn, 40 to 1 against Itetnorse.
rorno S400. for two yar nidi: nMlttiff: flre farlonfa.
J-:. Irigh'i n. r. aledoitU, uy Burgomaster Ian
daugo. Ml (Martini. . , .. 1
M.J. l.alv'n br. r Laily Mary. H" Klrlltln) 'J
J. Ilelinr'a lir. r l'lay or Pay. 107 (T Hinll) :i
A Hob V, reffnliniHt, IKKtitaMay, anil lll-llan I.ailv also
.1 ran Tuna. 1 Op IIMttnir ti tu 4 on Caledonia, 0
I to 2 atfaluat l.ujy .Mry, 7 10 1 agalnat 1'la) or Pay,
,1 louirru ihce.
I Para ff.00: handlrnn; itx lurlnea.
1 Frnnrtt A Warn'a b. c. l-cllpe, 4, by Kyrla Daly
) Billow. HO(Martln) . . 1
J r. n. WHm'i 1I1 r. Kuttery. .1. KX) irrankuchen) J
1) ' A. Sblelda'a b r. Lnf an. .1. I7 (Mileldi) a
J (lold Dollar. I'nnu ay, und Saunterer atno ran. Time.
M it 1:KiW. Ilettlnr-Fiotu4uli hellpie; aialnst Klalltry,
1 7toi'; Logan. 0 to 1.
M u nnn men.
ffi H Pnrtn $400: tellinir: four nnd a half farlonri.
uB i P. Jhnon'i It r. l'rltillla 4. by II) der All Typhoon,
U I 111 (Harrett) ... 1
li 1 Kalamaroa Mablo'a CU c. Cuimey Wlleon, 8, 101
H I (Do.l.li 2
Hi Vf. Ailer U r Iliikt' John. 4. 110 (llallard) 3
Jl It Tom Karl. Hob ArtUur. Mui ll.icr. Ked him. BH1 I) ,
31 H Itollvar, Waller helm, and Irreinilar alio ran. Time,
, J! 0:,l Ilnttlne Izntmt PrlirllU, 10 to 1; Charley
M K Vtllion, Otol, Duka Jolm, aotul.
H ii blXTIt HACP.
m I) Purao $400; selling: one mile.
Ha f T. llarretfabr. Ii. Jack Hoie. ,'. by I.Ibon-Wlia rol
M f Hit (llallar.ll ... . .... .1
III KxrbaiiKe Mable'ab. c. KuiinlnK lllrd. .1. 107 (Uarrett) 2
'fill J.O'Leury'fili. r (IrLeliwieli, a. 107 (drldln) . a
j I I Allan llaik .tieniiidoili. Mr Walter Kaliittli. liass
I' rj K llcPutl. nruee. l.allnli und II) aclnthe alio ran. Time.
1 S i'-Hi Battliu Aiilnst.lack Uote. tlto 1; KuudIdk
mi lrd.7tol; (jreeunau. 2 to 1.
llu I To-duj'N Entries lit Guttenburs.
' I Pint Race KItq elslitha of & mile; aellinc: beaten
I Loriaii heniwiod, lid: (Hirer Tnllt. hbotever, eacn
IH if 107; Laly llallard. Laurenika. 104: Jai kpot. Waller
,4 Kelm. I Hi, Uelier. rmninaiiy Hall. Jotittuy O Connor.
uatR onle , eaill 102; Nattie llauiilton till). Koiedaico,
53 t liirb u . )'
Kit K beoond Itace Selling: six and a half fnrlonsi. In
liy'd . ferno. Ham11ton.il). ntaur. llo; Bob Artbur. James
fit u town, 0.
UH ii I Tblrd lluce Flreanlahalf fjrlnnn Wbaelar. 120;
O Faratassa. llo. Helen. 107. Blue Mined, 100, Post Maid,
H W: reo MnsoD, Don t Know, Cornalite, 1(0.
U lourtb Itaee line mile; aclliliir Biilltlnch. lid: Kin?
m )Iac, Persis'.enci', IU7: Harry Alonr.o. BalbrUgan, 1U4;
ilaielllt.rat. Ill: lle dllnbt. lis; Azrael. Hi
Htlh Itace Hio fiirloliKK; selliiifr. Iluke John. 110;
Tleuretlo. 10k, XIayli, Tom Karl. 104: Ulottio. Tillie,
011 o aire. 102: AniieMirabetli.il."; Marmont. (1,1
tlxlh Bare Three-quarters of a mile. Fagot, 110;
lrplant. Ilaso, Transit. 107. My (7ps. ls; Adalels.s
colt, in: lasett Panliandle. Tliuiiks, hlricU, 02; Tay
or E , hO; Majie. bxcellenru Illly, VJ.
FHTnrlten Ho loin lit Olouccater.
H GLoucEkTEn. Dec. 2tl. Favorlteswere bowled
over in four of thosix rnccs to-day. Summary:
Plrt Hace tlliiiE, five titrlotms. Morning Glory, 2
PI to 1 (Vetter. uliy n head, Haiti- IT). IT, to 1 (.Sol
SIH son), sevond, IlAwkoje, 3 to 1 (J. Joues), thtrd. Time,
III 1 iWfe
fj heiond Ka.a .Sellinir: six furlomrs I.a Julve filly, fl
JKl H ta 1 (McDonald), won by rour lenctt.s, Plemar, eten
Bit money (Tribe, second; t'. l). P.. 2 to 1 (Mosebyj. third.
Sn IB Time 1 ;'J.V
Q H. Third Bate ?ell!nr; six fnrlonirs. Tlona CtnlfCor
ja b'e), on by a length: MrKeever.a to 1 (Manlote),
InH lecoud; lta. 4 to 1 illoubeni, third. Time. 1 .17
ttli lourlb Bare Han llcnp. eoeii Inrlous. I.ontlr.Tto
I! gMf 3 (bcalleu) won by luoliluths: orplirm, r, to 1 (Mne
in fi by), second, M.tdden, G tu 1 (Huuben), tblrd. .Mabel
itlli also ran. lime. I :u.
I !H Piftb Itace elllnic, one and five elirbtbs miles. Ven
mill delta, 4 to 1 (tetter;, "" I'F two length. Pratber. 1.
Illl to 20(II0llinl. second Telephone. T, till (I as)) third,
uilifl l-.t-au. The lorum. , B lox. H&rhurit. and Bobby Cat
lillU San also rnn Time, 2 r7.
tklifl hlxth Kai.e rllliik" seien furlongs C.tn. Cordon,
HjlV f ten money (llo.ine), non by two lengths: St Pell.
iltlM een money (Wallacei, lecond; Debonair, o to 1
M (Voscb)), thinL lime. 1 3'.
jlB 1'olloivlnL' nro tho ontricB for to-morrow's
H First Race Four and a half furlongs, for maidens,
H Lord Mnnley, I HI; Mnnllei e. !".", l-'xonli, In.',; Mlno
H Alone, 111.-.. Come mi. lu.'l, Maid or Itli bland. 103:
M Jjdy Worster, 102. Triidesman. nil; Turner, 101!
M Ilebonatr. I'H; ilayiienne Idly I'M
B herond Itice Tftri' -(piartersof a mile, for two-year-
H 0I1I ni.iidMi,i. Mexico. 107. .Mceliuir. 1114; Poet, 02;
H Calantha. I2: The Nun. K'.l; Haiti, k nil-. -'
Third Bare rue turlumrs Pokino. lod; .Tndne
Mitchell Hid; I ullirade, KM; liui.l. 1(10; Malella.
; 10.1. onager. 1()1.
lotirth Bare etx and a talf filrlonas. Arollo, 104;
III Ro- Howard, lol; hiuu)lktll, P'J, oticcii dor. Oil;
U Mary. H. illl.
H llfth ICire-One mile, Drir'le. 112; Raleli'h, 108;
WM Lonely, 10.1, tathlstotie, 1 0 J , Madden. H7.
mm Alxtli Bnce rour and one halt lurluncs Beaten
tiorses. Illmlex. in.-,; A B Ink, 10",: Clyde, 105;
Aquasco, lur,, Ooldstep, 102, .Mlnnora, 102.
!! Znnipnat 1Iiim llm Ifundlcnp.
ill Xkw Or,LCANn, Dee. '.'tl. Tho weather to-day
jjUjl WO.S cold, cloudy, nnd windy. The fields wore
111 eut donn by scratches, due to tho stltTand
S j henvy track,
& t First Baic Selling; file furlongs. Duke of Rant
B'f (Dorgoti) tl to 11, won easily it a lentrth; .Natnaa
E,l rniik, 114 (It .loneii J to 1, stioml, llurate Inland,
1m jii'iiMuclji r, to 1. third. 'Him, 1 11
lecond Bare Five and a halt iurlonss Blllie Pun
ran, 1 OS (Doi-tittl), e-eti money, uon in a ranter by
four IrniMhs, The 1'i.lce 1 1 1 (-.hleldi', M to ,',, ,ei ond;
lllgliwaman, H7 (lordali). n to 1. tnird, lime, 1:1.
Ihird Bare selling, seien furl'ings tineinrdl. lOrt
(Hiiuieftsy) 2 to 1, won w Ithout urging by two lengths,
Mile V 10M (llulifiriUoli) 7 to .'1. s.'ioud, Lieeuwlng.
liia(Berger). r, to 1. thud, rime, 1-411
fourth Itsre helling; onemlln. Bret llarte, 10s (Ba
ker), rven money, won ill ri canttr h Hie lengtlin;
Texaahtar. In.' illergeri.Sn to 1. eerouil: U.U Mun.oti,
102 (StuLky), 2 to 1, third tiles. ucr a'so ran, Time,
"'llfth Race Handicap, on mile, Zampost, 105
(Hennesbv; .1 in 1, won easily by two lengths, Bonnie
l.yrd. llH(Baker).r,toi. seLuiid; llelolse, DO (Knight),
; 4 in 1, third, liuie, Siull-,
i Slr.ilKht nd I'luco Win tier a nt Rob-,
Rout. Dec. 2d. First Race Flio and a half furlongs
Trude wou, bpeedwest econd, 1'ulluiai: third. Time,
hsctind Baeo I'ourand nkalf ritrlongs. tlnylord won,
auntleroy second, eke Hiirdvthlrd. lime, 1 ro.t '-a.
Third Pace File lurlotlg-. Fuxhall won. Laketiew
tea ind.Tainerlano third. Time. 1 H3'i
rourth Baee line mile. Lorenzo won, Cblmes sec
ond. Walroti ihird. lime. !:liu(.
Mxth itace mx furlniigs, VI hitehead won, Ooraor
KCumd, youghtlii third. Time, 1 20;(
Wlnnera In the Muuclirsitri' Hnndlcnp,
London, Dec. 'Hi. Tho second ond final
rounds of tho Manchester Handicap wero run
ou the Manchester raco couiso to-day un
der the auspices of tho Manchester Pedestrian
Company. In the second round bladen of
Derby, with thlrteon yards' handicap, bent D,
eeuUv, American, with ten yards' handicap.
In the '',nal. llanuistor of 8i.ol.lHd, who liad
Hi yards handicap, camo la first; liroad of
Ktaleybrldce. who had V-'i yards handicap,
second: ltaddlifo ot hundcrlond. who liad 11.
yards handlcup, third, and Bladou fourth,
lline, 2 yards tnsido VI seconds.
To Kctiulld the Cblcuen AtUlttlc Club Houae,
Tho work of rebullJInc the Chicago Athletlo
Club house, which was burned last sprint,',
will lieKln on Jan. 1. There wa a dispute be
tweeu tho eliib olllcials and tho insurance
companies as to tho amount of damituos. hut
thoy llnally eouiproiulsed on S'jol.onii. The
cltili Is ili'StroiiH of cettliHr tho housu In shape
In tlrao for tho Worfira 1'iilr.
'J'lir, Km in Up In I In- Foot Km e l.iit,
1'ni.Aiir.f.PHU, Dec, 'Jil.-Toniniy llowartli
and Alexander Miller run a tlireo-mile toot
race for 'J50 a side utrastlinn Tark (Ids fore
noon. Miller was the favorite, but llowartli ran
III in off Ills feet in '--J. miles. Miller fainted on
the track. Many of Millor's backers charged
him with tbrowlnc the race, and one man who
Md lot heavily tried tp do iilm bodily harm. .
BVtaVAS'a LOOSE TALK.
lie t'ontt-ndlcta Ills Clwn Htntrmcnta TVIIh
Yestordny eonlne.Iohn I Sullivan sat ntn
tnblo In the tarroom ot tho Vanderbllt Hotel,
and cnthored about him wero a number of
friends, llo liad just llnlshed tho nfternoon
porformnnco nt tlio Windsor Tlientro nnd was
onjoylnc n breathing spoil proxlous to the
ovonlnr; pcrlormanco. Tho ox-chnniplon's In
halations worn frequently nccomcnnicd by
draurxlits of brownish llouid, ns a rosnlt of
which his voico was thick nnd his eyelids
showed tho prosslncneed otprop. Thorowas
nlsoa confusion ot idoas, and Ills conversation
was of n rnmbllnc chnrncter. Kullivnn was
scheduled to take a carriage ntCil'i and drlo
to tho NS'lndsor Thoatre, and tile actions at tho
tablo wero obserod with somo apprehonslon
by persons Intotcstod In tho piny. When tlio
ox-champion was ashed If ho had charccd one
of his backers with "doslnu" him previous to
the llitht with Corbelt. ho said:
"Ih.ivono chniccs to make ncalnst any
man. 1 was licked on tho level, nnd nny man
wjiosnuoals after a whipping Is no good. I
was champion tor iwidve yoiir and Hint was
enoiiRli. I inn out of it now. I'm too heavy to
rloinobody Rticeosted thnt If ho wor to ret
awhile nod then en in llotHnrlnus he could
eel into shapu and imaln win tlio worhl s
ehiimplonslilp. This heeinetl to stir up tlio
formur ulndlator'ri llirhtlnc -.plrit. nnd hosnld:
" If I vtanted to lluhtiiutiln 1 could cot buck
Inc for anv amount.and from wcll-Lnuwn busi
lieis moil." .... ., ii
" Voit but you could. Johnny, remarked a
youut: man who sat back of Sullivan.
"Who called me Johnny ." iisked hii llvan.
with n hoarsn roar, ns he ixlnied at the or
fender. "Hid you call mo Johnny?" ho cried.
Iiuclilne over toward llm young follow, who
was whlto and treinlding. "Who are vou,
any way?" continued hulllvan. " "et out or
here, or I'll smash your nose. T hero Is one
thing I won't stand, and that Is to have a man
cull mo Johnny." and Sullivan's poiidoriMs
list enmo down on tho table with it mr that
knocked nil tho beer classes on tho floor.
Having laid down tho law rocardlns tho man
ner in which ho Miotild bo nddresbed. bulllvnn
resumed his narrative: . ,, .
"Wo hear a great deal about this man liod
dard. fc'ny. I'll give that duck $:.() If ho'll come
and spar mo. I could llv. him In very short
order. He wouldn't blulT mo a minute. oti
bet when I wai ehanipinn, and nnrbedy camo
asking for u fight. I gave It to them Pretty
llilck. I didn't keep 'em vviiltlng. Jt'ti tlllTur
cnt nowa((ays." .... . , .
Then he branched out In a story of on nd
yenturo h had wltli Cd. McAllister nt Wash
lUL'ton. The Ctilouel insisted on disturbing
aulllvan after tlio actor-pugilist had retired
for the night. Actor Sullivan was weary and
very desiions of slumbering, but mnnnged to
draglilinseir out of bed and throw tlu Impor
tunate McAllister down two Mights of (.talrs.
"And what do ton rliinkV nuerlud bulllvan.
"1 got tho worst end of It at that."
At that point a young mini came up nnd
tapped Sullivan on tho shoulder, and said:
" Your carriage Is ready."
" llo are you.'" growled John.
"Oh. I'm down at tho theatro." explained
tho voung fellow. ,
" Well, get down there and stay thore.'was
the response. " Von como fooling mound me
and I'll break your teeth.''
The young man did not tarry. Sullivan was
finally induced to cet Into n carriage aim was
driven to the theatre, whero he got through
his part of r,ipi. llmoitit in "The Man from
Doston" fairly woll. .. ..
The result of a long talk with Sullivan show
ed that if ho had mado nny chnrcos against his
backers ho was not responsible for Ills talk,
After to-night's show Sullhnn will bo a star
attraction nt the Jiall of Court Harmons. A. O.
K. to beheld at tho Lexington Opera House.
Corbett 1-roralaen to Knock Hnlllvun Out In
Stbacuse, Deo. -.(. Jim Corbett and com
pany is playing here. When asked to-night
what he had to say regarding Sullivan's talk,
" Up to now I have had nothing but pleasant
words for Sullivan, but the way ho goos
around furnishing snivelling interviews makes
me tired. Ho is acting the part of a loafer nnd
a baby. When champion ho was always saying
thnt some other fellow was fighting with his
mouth. Now ho is In tho same business.
"If he has au idea lie can lick me. now is the
time to sav so. I will tight him noxt October,
when the theatncnl engagements are over, for
$10,000 a side, and will promise to do him in
four rounds. If ho isunnble to got b.ickots
wo wilt have it out for tho purse. Iproposo to
convince him that ho is no longer the cham
pion. If he really wnnts to fight, lot him say
so nt onco: othorwiso. ho should keep his
mouth shut and remain In the background
whero he belongs."
Tiro nouxns esougu ron nrsr.
Hilly 'W'-loh Make xjulok Work of Joe
.Duly at the Nonpareil Hhow.
There was n great gathering of Fourth and
Sixth ward politicians and sporting men last
evening at tho rooms of the Nonpareil Ath
letic Club. 47 Olivor street, to son a fight for a
$200 purso bctwoen Hilly Welch of tho Non
pareil Athletlo Club nnd Joe Daly of the Union
Athletlo Club of llrooklyn. two lUO-pound ex
Those who expected to seen rattling good
finish light were disappointed, ns the t-crnp
only lasted flvo minutes, through Daly's giv
ing up before the second round was half over.
After somo preliminary bouts between local
lights of tho ring, tho principals in tho finish
light wero Introduced. Jim J.avelle acted as
referoe. and Johnnie I'ekbardt of thot'onoy
island AtlileticClub lieldthe v-utcli. Daly was
seconded liy (ioorgo ltoynoids nnd Jack lloss.
while Welch's interests worn looked after by
Tommy Danforth nnd lMdlo Daly.
The mon went at each othor in great style In
the llrst round, nnd for a tninuto or two it
looked as though it would bo a good light.
Welch rushod his man from the Mnrt. and got
in n number of hard blows on Dnlv's body and
neck, and tho round cluscd in-Welch's fuvor.
There were somo sharp exchanges in the
early part of the second round. Welch landed
a vicious left bander over Daly's heart, which
Moored tlio llrooklyn pugilist. Ho liad liaroly
got to Wis feet when ho was floored again: af
terward Welch kuoeknd him down twice. Tiilo
was too much for Daly nnd ho lay quietly on
the Moor until ho was counted out.
The lesulc was unite a surprise to Daly's
Iltooklyn friends, who expected their man to
make a far better shotting.
Trylna; to llrlns Vlaou and C-rlfUn Together.
A meeting between Johnny Griffin nnd
George Dixon will probably be the next pugil
istic event to be arranged. Negotiations are
now pending for such a match, and tho Cres
cent City Athletlo Club of New Orleans have
been askod to offer a liberal purso for tho
affair. Nothing has been mentioned regard
ing the weight question.
.V.tuithslaniling tin fact that firlllln and
"Australian Hilly" Murphy uro pructioitlly
matched, U'Kourl.o said ycttorday tu u Hun
" When Capt. Williams of tlio Crescent City
Club was in ihls city ho railed on nm and
asked whothcr thero was nny chanco of Dlvnn
and (irillltt coming together. I tuld Iilm that
1 liolievod so, Mnt'O then I have leceho.l
word from him stating that the Creseont City
Club, as soon as they received any encourage
ment, would nitera purso. I oxiiect tho New
Orleans poople will agree on au offer within a
few days. I will hold out. 1 van assure joh.
for tho biggest Inducement. A side bet will
linvo to be made, too."
Yesterday aftrrnrm Dixnn mot ills old oppo.
pent. Tommy Kully, im throe-round bout at
tho Olympic Theatre. Harlem. Tho pair put
upnstllf sot-to, but tho champion showed re
iiy.illy that he muild have easily Mni6hod Kelly
lu ouo round it ho duiirod.
. M. V. A, AtblctPa,
yesterday was a gala day for the member! of the
Viun.- Men's Institute. 222 and 224 Bob try. 'Jlj-y
lield a reception during the afternoon and eienlng,
and tlia bJlldln waa crowded all the time. ti the re
Ceptlcu room was a collection of the medals and prizes
won by the Initlttito aihtites und ir tutiasts, an ex
hibit by tbe lustitut-i urn iteur I Itoiocrapherii, a i heery
top tire, and a lari'e and preilily deiofuted ('briit.iai
tree. Throughout the building wero ilispUts of work
dune by the Itiitltute chusi
During the aiieriio.n .i noiet and rcry Interesting
?ytiiliastio exhibition was litld. Members of the
oung .vien'a thri.ttin Assoiiatlon Iroui the I.at
l.lslitt-sUiti s'net iieriuaii and Vouuz Ileu's Institute
braiahes ierlonud uu HiehurUontai bar. 'they were
led b) Bob iiaban, weelle, and liecht. Ihe Hermans
and Hie ) oung nmu of the Institute also performed ou
tho loi.g horse. A wand drill by tho gymnasts nfihe
Vta-hmtoii Heights bramh. led by O. Ireianum Cook,
was psrucuUrlv well reieived.
Bob tlauau. winner of Hie second prlre In the Ama
teur Athletlo I mon contests, gave an exhibition rope
climb. I'araltelbhr work b) vxpirts from ihe Herman.
Fast l.lgbD'sixtii strict, llurl-m and Young Men's In
stitute bruuebes was A pleasing fiatui ot tho enter
tainment The llarteiu and V -M. I. bu)s did tucks oa
tho side horse, und all the brunches wsie rrprc-cuted
on the n)liu rings, the Iradirs billi l.obirl Hahaii,
hdinutul J, Welch, -ih-slcnl til rector i f the Jersey City
Y. .M. I'. A , and pub Moll. A A. I' . i li.im ,i. n for eight
ears (jus Nchwuner exhibited lA lugli-Jiiiiiping pow
ers, and ti.CHr I'uUerliiiUer. l,enigo .VHCIrlten. and
etheis got In some i xtra good pole vuultiug i')ramid
work Ilnistied one of lie best exhibitions that hate
been seen in a V, XI (' "g)Ul" Tho onl) dl.le
piiilituient was tho nun appearance of Mike eweene),
who wasdowii in the pri'gro.iimo lor an exhibition
high lump Allerwaid i-eiretaryli 1 lariieil. lua
speecli. i resettle 1 Mit'lelliu, who now (Hi ens the g)ti.
linstsof an association lilmself Willi u line diamond
Bind, the lift ot the Instltutu Ik ys MlClell.ui mude a
In the evening a literary and musical nleriainmrnt
was held. In which the athletes participated A fea
ture was the alngtng of the old Institute Quartet,
composed ot Athletei Oscar I'BliermUlfr, Belts,
krauirr. and Cthrlcfc
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MtVLim: PITCH KS IXTO IIHXTOX
After the I.ntter llml lilt the C'hnmplnn
I.tnlit IVrlttlil liter the HViirt Wills rsl'nne.
Jack McAullfTo and 11. II. I uton. nggros
slvoly soconded by l'.ddlo Stoddard and Hag
arty, tho l.ngllsh swimmer, hud nn Impromptu
scrap at tlio Stuitevant Houso last night.
McAulllTe. 1'hll Dwyor. L'ddlo Stoddnrd.
(leorgo McDonald. Abu Daniels, nnd a Hun
reporter went to tho Kturtovant Houso.
at Thltty-olghth stroot nnd llrondway. to
see llenton. Iiurgo's backer. The party
cntorod tho barroom, and McAullfTo sent his
card tip to llonton. Tho lattor sent word
down for McAullfTo to como up to his room.
McAullfTo wan nvorso to this, nnd snldthnt
llenton should come down to tho barroom.
This llenton positively rcfusod to do. nnd Jnck
taking off his top coat, nnd accompanied by
l.ddlo Stoddard, wont Into Denton's own terri
tory. Tlio.rest of tho tnlo Is all according to
The popular pugilist elnlmR that Donton wns
waiting for him, cuno in hnnd, and without
ado struck him over tho head. McAulllTe led
off nnd punched Denton In tho fnce. Then
llonton ran down to thocorrldor. In tho menn
lime linearly mado n lunge at Stoddard, and
tho two had n small fracas oil to thomsolvos.
llenton nnd Hagorty had ou only their night
Mc ullfTe nnd Stoddard returned to tho bar
room nnd hnd a drink. Whlto nt tho bar a
policerann camo In. and. looking nt MoAulltto.
smiled, but s.tld nothing.
Whon McAullfTo wont outsldo he met an
other policeman and had a dint with him.
Then with his friends McAullfTo took a coach
and went up town.
Dofore going McAullfTo had this to snynbout
"I went up to Donton's room to show him
that I was not afraid of Iilm. He struck at mo
and I only hit him In self defence. If I had
not struck him I might linvo boon murderod."
XO 31. 1 TCI t XP.T.
Judge Nentnn Muy lie Able In Get McAu
line nnil Ilurge to Men Ta-ilny.
If Jack McAulilTo lives up to what he told a
Run reporter last night in tho prcsonco of l'hll
Dwyer. (leorgo McDonald, liddlo Stoddard,
and a few othor sporting mon. his match with
Dick llurgo will bo mndo a Ilxturo to-day.
McAulilTo said that I10 would concodo to ev
erything that 1!. 11. llenton. Ilurgo'H repre
sentative, domands: that ho moans to Mght,
and will provo to tho publlo his willingness to
AboutOo'elock last ovonlng.Tudgo Newton
of thoConey Island dub called on Mr. Donton
nnd Jnck Haggortynt tho Sturtcvant House.
Ho tnlkid in a way that showod ho monnt
business. Then Mr. llenton said: " Wo sim
ply want McAulilTo to ngrco to tho fair conces
sions that wo pointed out yesterday, and
which wore published In to-dny's newspapors.
Did you read it I"
"Vos," rcpliod tho Judge quickly, "and
from whatl can say It appears to bo as fair as
the day 1 long, and I slncorely bellevo that
yon ate on the level."
"Well." nnt-worurt tho Hostonlan. wo will
leave the whole matter in jour hands and you
can go ahead and nuiko tho match. vo must
havo n dellnitn reply regarding liow wo --tniid
by to-morrow morning. vo moan busines-s
and nothing but business, and I guess that
can be cle.it ly scon." ,
Tho Judge promised to look Into tho whole
aflair. At the M. James Hotel JIcAttlllTo said:
" I will concede to his demands. I want to
fight. 1 sacrillced n couple of weeks of my
engagnmentwlth my show to make this match.
I'.vei ydnyth.il I urn losing In order to bring
about it meeting means iti'llur- and cents to
mo. I'm broke and I need tho money. A
$4.5.000 purse Is not to be sneered nt. All I
want Is that lluigo dop p.sits $10.0011 ns good
faitli that ho will bo in tlio ring to meet me.
"1 want somo b.il 111 fur months of training
nnd tho club wantB somo protection in case
tho l.ngliBhmnii falls to como to time. I will
meet Judge Newton and Mr. llonton at The
Hi'N oflleo nt 1! o'clock to-morrow afternoon to
mako the final preliminaries of a match, nnd I
will deposit a sum of money to domonstruto
my sincerity in tho matter."
Hasten Defents MlCnrmlck AkhIb.
Minscs.poi.ii. Doc. 20. Harold Hngen to
dny won the socond skating rnco ot the series
of throo between him and Hugh McCormick
for tho championship of the world und a $1,000
Tho first raco wns skated ten days ago. It
was three miles, and was won by Hngen very
handily. To-day's rnco was ono mile, at which
distance McCormick and his backor wore con
Hdentthnt ho would provo to bo moro than a
match for the famous Norwegian. Hut it
sooms in point of speod. ns well as endurance.
McCormick Is no match forllagen. The Inttnr
won practically us iio pleased nttor half the
distance was Mulshed.
Thero wero about .'1.000 persons present at
Normannin llitik when the men got nw.iv. The
track wns -Ti lap tulip-mile, iiuri in splendid
condition. McCormick did not start well, llo
anticipated thevvfird and started before tho shot
wasilred. Ho collected hiuieclf and started to
return, but just then the report of the starter-)
gun rang out on the cold winter air, nnil with
un ofTort .McCormick turned and started. ll-
was n littlo tardy, however, l'or tlio lln-t two
laps ho was a tritlo ahead o! Haeen. but on
tho third lie foil behind, and ns Hngen Passed
tho crowds Hu was heartily cheered. On tho
fomth lap Ilageti was considerably In tho
lead, and when tho mllo was completed ho
passed tho starting point fully a uilurter of a
lop ahead of Ills opponent.
Theoxnct time was vory closo to 3 minutes
and 1 second. 0110 timekeeper giving it nt this,
and nnotlior ntlt minutes nnd :i seconds, while
rnothor maintained it was made in but a frac
tion over II minutes. Tho third raco between
Hngen and McCormick will occur next Mon
day. Wilt lie n Ceiitrelionrd.
Tho rnco for tho America's Cup is attracting
the intorost abroad which wns prodlcted. but
Mr. Carroll's pew boat Is olso much com
mented upon. Tho Glasgow lttrald In a recout
" That Mr, Carroll's yacht Is not unllkoly to
be the victor in liritish waters seems tho moro
probable, that hor hull greatly resembles tho
Amorienn Volunteer, which so completely up
but liritish ideas ot y.ic'it designing.
"It may l.o assumed that nils new cutter
with a weighted centreboard will be a smaller
displacement cutter tliuii the Volunteer, and
vory probably a much luster vessel. TlianUs
to the existing measurement rule and tho de
velopment of the 1 eiilrebonid idea, liritish de-i-igners
linvo a great di-al more nxpeiieneo of
tlio build wlileli would meet Mr. Can oil's
yueht un something llku oven terms,
"Of course, llm new cutlers tu bo built for
the li ins e of Wales anil Lord Dunravoii will
be centreboards, with weighted hoards, and
Willi overhangs similar to Mr. Carroll's yacht,
Tlio success of tho (,'ueen .Mali has been it
revelation to llrltlelt yucht doslgners. but it Is
to be hopad .Mr. Carroll';, cutter will not bo
Jlerry DeCentM Humphrey.
A match gamo of billiards, three-cushion
carrom fifteen points up. for Sri 00. wiib played
last night between John Dcory. ex-champion,
and M, T. Humphrey, ox-nmnteur champion,
nt Maurice Daly's billiard purlor In llrondway.
Dcety was tho victor, his opponent scoring
four poluts loss.
During tho gamo Mr. Humphrey made sev
eral dillicult shots that wore loudly applauded.
Ik-sides tlio match thero wore sovetul exhi
bition mutches In balk-lino nnd l'arisian bil
liards beiwuuu Mr. Daly und J, huarlus.
The Cbuuge In Our Iliitebnll Ten 111.
frtitn tit JlMtcn 07te.
"Glvo no. quarter to the mon who dare op
cose tho National League," was tho motto
that Jolm 11. Day sailed under. Ills players.
Wield and Living, wero bued for breach ot tho
obnoxious reserve clause in their contructs In
lb'.U i'lio playeis had the host of tho mag
nates in the courts, nnd the publlo was in
sympathy with tlio boys who could pull oflt it,
world t championship two bcasons lu succes
sion. John II. Day was carrlod along by the club
last season, being the only President in tho
League to receive a Il.xed salary. When tho
stockholders met during the week It was to
learn that the club was deeply in debt.
Mr. Day w.ib forced to liana in his resigna
tion, T he club has n valuable plant, at.d with
proper bundling i ould mako idg money,
Jolm II, Day, Jim Mutrie, Tim hoefe. John
Ward. Hoger Connor. Danny Jlichurdsoti, Jim
O'llourke, Mlckn Welch, Hill Drown, nnd
(looigo lioro .ill gone from tlio world's chain
Pious of liui thit-u years ago. wlioit Now York
was dividing honors with liostou Inuttuiid
unce ut the game-..
(I1I1I- unit l.iul-i nCriiioi'lH.
Hie Alhlen--toiniultteeor the Arcadia Alhlelio Ax
soiiutioiiliiiopreiNriil.iiiiuiiiui.il) interesting piu
graiuuie for Iheinjoyiiieiii m tue numbers and guests
or the organisation, on next saturdiy vienlug. wheiilt
Isiropusedto hold their llrst .Sew .car s slug racket.
Empire State Kxpresi via New York Central-fastest
train in lb. world, ttt time table a,,
..n-T- Tr-r-r-.rr. -j
WItO'LT, WIX TUB VUPT
Collea-a Chrae Plnyera and Their Kecoreta
slnttle Order nr To-day.
The Croat choss tournament between Co
lumbia, Harvard, Yalo. and Trlnceton will
begin this afternoon at llcrkeloy School. SO
Wost Forty-fourth stroot, and continue till
Monday noxt. As previously roportcd. Dr.
Depow will presont the challongo cup, and
play will start at 4 o'clock. Tho following
nnwnn htmfs columbiv
players havo been elected substitutes: V. n.
llowman. Arts, '04, and C. Hawden, Arts. '03.
for Columbia; J. M. MacKayo, Arts Sp.. and
V. Ooldmnrk. Arts. TH. for Harvard: ltoberl
I. lloss, Arts, in 1. nnd Clarence B. Day, Jr..
'11. for Vnlo: Krnost 11. lloberts. Arts. '114. nnd
John W. Knston. Arts, 'trj, for l'rlnceton.
Of nil tho playors forming the collogo tnams
Edward llymos, Ijiw, '03. Columbia, lias most
EPWAiin i.invir.n roLUMniA.
distinguished hlmseir. He repeatedly won
tho oharaplonshlpot the I.abourdonnals Cliess
Club of Columbia College, defeated Jacobl
in a set match, nnd fought n draw match
with HauglitonD. Stiibbs. nnothorremarknblo
young player. About live vears ngotlio l.a
bourdonnais Cluli challenged the tlien exist
ing Columbia Choss Club, ond Hymes easily
dofcatod his opponent. J. 11. Todd. Tho
7 " jO
both is. r.wiNo rnivcEiox.
Hymesesare a family of strong chessplayers,
nnd games with Ills brothers kept l'.dward on
edge. His last and most remarkable feat was
drawing a gamo with J. M, Dunham, in tho
match between the Manhattan Chess and New
Jersey eluli last winter. Anothor feather In
young Hymos's cap is a draw which hose
cured ug.tuist no less u person than the ro-
wfe -J-'-. "J
sviiPEi. n.cKr.Y rr.iNxrTov.
nownod Lnglish master. F. II. Dlaekbume. In
a miscellaneous performance given liy the
latter nt the Columbia Chess Club In INMi.
l.dward Llbairo. his fellovv-rnpresentntlve
from Columbia, has played but littlo outside
The I'rliieutou representatives have won
their college tournament In such impressive
style thatlhey may bo expected to glvo a good
account of themselves. Tlio same tuny apply
to Hat vard. while the Yalo men havo the ut
rmst contldenco in their team,
Tho following will bo tho ordor ot play for
Table No. 1 itymes, Columhla, vs. Ballon, Harvard.
Table No. 2 llmnttead. Vale. vs. Piekee, Princeton,
tnti'e .No. a-l.lbalre. Columbia, vh. 1 ills.-, Princeton,
l.ible No. -ssinuer, lale, vs. WiUou, Harvard.
Hints or llm Tllnn A. I'.
Thoslx-round special "go" between Tommy
Whlto of tho Hudson lllver A. C, and Jack
Cassidyofthe West Side A, C, odvortlsod to
como oiT at tho stag of tlio Titan A. C. hold
Inst night In the club rooms, 4H West Forty
fifth streot, did not tako placo. Tlio disap
pointment was causod by tho appearance on
thoscaueof a policeman detailed to stop the
"special" by Capt. Devcry of the Twenty
Tndor no circumstances would the Captain
let the Hglit goon. Tho men were ready and
anxious nnd a vory spirited contest was
looked for. Tho club enterlnlnment com
itiltteonrgued in vain that tho rpocial was
only a filendly competition, but tho police
wero inexorable Capt. Devery insists that
there shall bo no moro special "go" buBlnoss,
hat mless as it may be. in liis precinct.
Tim club bowed to t lie majesty of the law. and
concluded that their stag had better come to
an end. Komo of the spectators wanted tlio
men to meet eltewlioro on tho iulet. but so
far as la known the v did not. In fact, the very
idea was frowned down by the muuiigumeiit of
llefore tho pollen Interfeienco several
friendly bouts of an Inteiestlng chuiacter
were witnessed. Frank lViibody of the Mon
tana A. ('. bestod Tom Uoodo of the West
Hides, Then two Titans put on tlio mitts,
htreckland hnd ushudo the better ot the bout,
but Heck boxed pluckily. J. draff, the popu
lar member of tho Titan A. (I, out-boxed Tom
Dunne ot the I'astimes. The go between Jim
Douglas and young Hart, colored, was Inter
esting. Hart was the favorite. Frank Craig,
the Harlem Coffee Cooler, and Jim Carney also
had a good set-to. The programme of friend
ly bouts wound up with the bout between the
brothers Lynch. Jim and "HulT." Tho two
went ut each other In good style. Attorthat
rime the Interference, und the show stopped.
Mnybo tlio Captain thought things wero likely
to get too warm,
Jlovtllnu; flames- To-ulaht.
si inimci-i hstiOML tooKxsarr.
Fidelia vs. West Shore: West bhoro vt. Progress;
iimmsx i-uTim sowiiso t'Mov
flection II-Mil,.ll,'.,ii i Wist I ml is lotus at
West l.ud mte) s, Wiusor vs !liooiuiugd.ile at Wiusur
ATM) UK' 1 1 SSI C.
North End vs. ..liiabttli A I'., ut North End alle-a.
h'aw Jersey X. C, v s. Columbia, at New Jersey alleys.
rsosrxcT Bsiaurs TocajMMMt.
OscJAiaUl Tl. Qptclawajr,
'"'t-" 11-1111 nh , 1 I,,, r
;l-e--WXifJm'J& line-. --j-jij.
FOOTVALr, IX TUB fl.VOIT.
Brilliant Flay In the American Association
The ocean greyhound Umbrla not having
crossed tho baron Sunday nlghCwas tho cause
of her sailor lads nt bolnaablo to appoar yos
torday morning at Amerlcns Park. West Ho
bokon. whero they wore to have kicked tho
leather with the strong eloven of tho Amorlcus
Athletlo Club. However, In order not to dis
appoint the largo crowd present, tho athletes
cot together a scrub eloven, who were dubbed
tho Hollyhocks. The latter were beaten U
coals to 1.
In tho llrst halt Alces scorod two coals, and
Seller ono for the Amorlcus team, while the
only coal crodlted to the Hollyhocks during
tho camo was klckod by P. Flsk. The Amorl
cus team scored throo more goals in tho sec
ond halt from kicks by Messrs. Alces, llrlght,
and (HII, In tho order named. Association rulos
govorned, nnd each half consisted ot forty
live minutes. Tho teams follow:
AtnHtrm A. C. I lltio-l. JolMrt-JU.
W. I". risk Hon! Avres.
U.K. Hill (tight linck IDsn
II. Seller Lett back train.
h. Ilallup Itlglit halt hark ...... .Wll'e
11. V sageiidorf... t'entte halfback P. Plate.
I . hoch Lett hnlf back Vlatthewl
II. H-t. outside right wing Wright.
A Hregory Insido right u lug , . Johnson.
tl. PrlgM Centre I. lllrd.
K. Hous-lns... Ilutstde lett w-lng .... Woods.
U AUes Imldeleft wing v'alhoun.
Iteferoc Vlr. .1. Salamlilerof Jersey City Iklglils.
l.iiiesiiieulr. Vt tailor for Atnericus A. C, and Mr.
Thoelinmplon Thistles of this city and tho
eleven ot tho Young Men's Christian I nion of
Kearny met nttlie grounds nt the Kenrnv Ath
letic Club VeBterday nftoi 110011 unit decided a
camo in the second totind lor the Amorlran
Association Cup. Thero wero fully 'J.OOO spec
tators piescnt. many or them bolng ladles,
and tliov witnessed one of tho best Played cup
c.imesof tlio season, the scmoat tlmentl bu
ing.igoalsto'J In lavor of the Thlstlos. who
vvoio lur more heavier llian their opponents.
Ilia first half was marked with pretty pass
work by both teams, and ended with 'J goals
too in favor of the Thistles, tho llrst being
kicked on a pass by I r.U'.er after ton minutes
of play, and just before tlino wns called Mo
Contiidl sent tho ball lb lug through tho tip
rights for another goal.
Ihevvoikof tint plavors In the second hnlf
was rust and furluut. The giound lieing
roveretl with snow was the mrnns of making
them run fust ami kick Hard In order to hold
their footing. McKlnley kicked the tlilid goal
for the 'Jlilstlesafter llttcoti minutes of play,
and whon tlilitv minutes' time had elapsed
Duncan followed up with nnotlior goal. Tlio
bnlonsdid not seem In Ihe least disheartened,
nnd played with nil the moro vigor, until llnnlly
S-ainpson scored for thomon a slinrn kick from
tho Hold. In tho romnlnlng ten minutes ot
l'lay Jamleson scored nnother gonl for tho
thistles, nnd Hood did llkowlso for tlio Unions,
which loft the result its abovo stated, 'lho
1. V. f. t ViiVk.iii. 7",,Vff.
J. smith final . Cameron.
C. Ilmoks Illi-hllack .... I'.itrn k.
Holiteu Left bei k . II Kltlhle.
Wllll.un- Itlglit half bilk ll.mi
'tiller ivuiie half back 1 luuican.
Partington . I., it hair back Wille.
v . Utooka imtsido right w ing .taniie-on.
J. Hill Inside right wing . J. .Mi Cornell.
II --atnpsoti . enure ... . . .c t.o ciln.
.1. Hood .... (lut.ide lert ning I r.ler.
McVrlhur Inside lelt wing VIcKlnley.
Peftrco Mr. Ii. McDonald or the Caledonhin lootball
l.inesinenMr. S Wortlduron for Inlons and Mr.
Win. Ilcnd fm Till, tics.
Tho elevens of the Now Ilochclle T'oolball
Club nnd Young Men's Christian I'nlon of
Kearny were to havo met In tho first game of
the season for the New Koehelle cup at the
Kearny Athletlo Club's grounds yesterday
morning, but the visitors missed a train nnd
made their ntipearaneo at llm grounds two
hours nfter tho tlmo set for tlio kick off. nnd
tlio I'nions claimed tho game by lorfelt. As
only three clubs signified their willingness to
rompeto for tlio cup this season, and tho Now
YorkT'liistles having drawn the bio.thls leaves
them and the I'nions to compete in the Ileal
game, which takes placo at tho Kearny Ath
letic Club's grounds on Monday. .Inn. 'J. Tho
cup is of solid silver nnd massive in sire. It
was purchased by tho lending citbons of New
Itoelielle, N, Y and is competed lor annually
bynllclnbs so desiring under the conditions
that tho proeoeds of eacli game bo turned over
to tho manngomont ot tlio Now ltochcllo Hos
pital. Tho Unions won tbe cup lust year and
aro uow in possession of tho same.
tiik lriLr.iA.vsnuitaiis chicaooed.
The Athlete Bndly llefeuteil on Their Ovrn
Ground In nn Ansoclutlon Fontlmll .lintels.
Tho Ainslio Football Club of Brooklyn de
feated the crack team of tho Willlamsburgh
Athletic Association on the nthlotes' own
grounds in ilushwlek yesterday in the pros
enco of a shivering lot of spectators.
Tho match was under Amorienn Association
rules, nnd the points scoted by the Alnslies
wero nil made in the llrst hair. In tlio second
half-hour's play each team falling to scoro at
all. Tho teams lined up as followM
II I A. f'.-il.,.!,. AtmhtM.
Antclllte Plghtwlng P.CIide.
I. ke.lc) . . Itiglit wing I Cooper.
II. Kelly ,. Itightwiug H Henderson.
.1. Hrleies . Left wing Ii. picklnson.
M. Hillerliratidt left wing M. Scliuener.
.1 Swemey . ..Il.iir Imi I. II. Itonolda.
T Chrl-tl.ian . Ilrof buck., H, Newman
hrut.- Half b.ick .'. Illcklllkon.
W 1 ales . . lull balk Ii. Klippeudorf.
W. II. TiDlor. . lull buck I M-lm
S. A. Walters . Hoal u Moddanlt.
Iteteree I'. Piehter. W, A Time of i.nmo 1 hour.
Html Score Aillslle 1'. Ii. C , 4 points, W lllliiui.hurgU
A. A, O.
Ton Much for the Ocnin IIIIIss.
Four hundred enthusiastic spectators watch
ed a Mrst-class lootball contest which took
plnco yesterday morning nt tho Pratt Institute
athletlo grounds. In llrooklyn, between tho
representatives of the Willoughby Young
Men's Club and tho Ocean Hill Football Asso
ciation. Tlio gamo wns fought Willi spirit, nnd tho
players did not seom to mind that tho enow
lny nn inch deep on tlio Mold, nnd tho cutting
wind wns apparently unnoticed by tho specta
tors. Tho Young Men's Club belong to the
Willougliby Cliupol and tho membors are
churchmen, but they know how to play foot
bull. They startod tho gamo Willi tho
Lull in their possession, and nftor a
few mlnutos of hard l lay Cnpt. Waltor Fat
trick mado a thirty-vnrd run nnd scorod a
touch down, .lob n llotiek kicked tint goal.
Then tlio Ocean Hills got in somo Mnowoik
nnd brought tlio hall to within llvu yards of tlio
Wllloiighbis' goal, but thoy could not carry it
over tlio lino. Tho Wllloughbjs got tho ball
on feur downs, and by rushing thoir oppo
nents' centre gained steadily. At last Iluucl:
was forced over the Ocoun Hills' linn fora t-oe-nnd
touch down, llouek also kicked tho goal,
t-coroat tho end of tlio halt, 12 toO lu the Wil
T Iio socond half was much more interesting
becniiso loss ono-shled. Tho Ocean Hills
nearly scored nt the start off. getting tho
leather eloso to tho Willoughbys' goal lino,
'i'heluttni. how over, braced up.niid fought tho
plucky Ocean Hills back .trd by yard until
I'.v.ms was sent over the line lorn touch down,
llouek failed in Hie try at goal. The Ocean
Hills took the bull to within Mftecn vanlsnf
thu Willouglibys' goal, and Hubert Ineson
drop.kickeit a goal from thu field, giving tho
Ocean Hills their 111 Kt points. After the
Willouglibys had scoied nnother touch
down on n run by Walter l'atrlek, tlio
Ocean Hills made a touch down, Olivor Kim
borly currying the ball over tho line. Hob Ine
son kiokod tlio gonl. Tho bull was In Ocean
Hills' territory when time was called. Tho
Ocean Hills want it return game next Mom! i.
Tho scoro of thu contest wns: Willougliby
oung Mon's Club, '0; Ocean Hill Font hull As
sociation, 11. Tlio leums were as follows:
irii"-n.ti, rnuioi.'. O.I.M ihi'i
ll.Sllter Lirteud li.hllllbrrle) leapt.)
J. Vetke-i Lefttuiklo ..I lu.
Il.llowrey.. ..Lett guard . II Hre.iel
H lientieii I'enlre .1 scluriner,
II .l.iliff Itlglit guard J I'hilali.
Kltullpay. ... Uighl tackle I, lalveil.
duntlier Itighteiil .1. leali.
Vt.l'alnek Oapt) Lett half buck ,(. Mmbcrley.
J. Patrick . oinrlerbiick c. lux.
11 1. wins Higlit hair baik J A Itenbao.
lloiicL I ml hack It lueson.
I'lill. King on the I'lclil.
WAiiiiMiTOt, Pec. 2d A leainot the Columbia A. C.
tm ly defeated tbe V, M. c A. eleven today by a scoro
of2dlv)0. H was almost peril ct weather for a loot
ball game, an I there were many representatlies of
diltrrent colleges present, who livened things up with,
their college cheers. There wai an especially Isrgt
contingent of Princeton men on band, for tbe purpose
cf doing honor to l'hll King. He was perhaps tbe most
Interesting Agere on tbe field to-day, Bergen, who w at
formerly on tue Princeton team, wai alio a prominent
member of the Columbia team. Putterworth, the
famous full hack of Yale, was also one of tbe C. A. C.
'' it was a fair game and free from ilugglng. In the
aeeond half will Church was slightly Injured, and was
ob.lgid to retire. Capt. Mug won the toss, and thoso
Ihe ball. Tho two Ivauis lined up at follows
(iifiiinHa A. C, l'.moa. P. .If C, A.
Wilson,,.., Itlglit end baton.
W i:hutcu Mttdit lackle ,,,.Cockentl.
Tinker , ,,,ltightguard... J. Johnson,
bcli wort Cintre Vapen.
Itantrr I.ert guard .Pans
J. Church I'ftiuckle ,,,,!', Johnson,
Weaver .,, , 1-ftelld ..Kligitt
Kiug (Jieirti r bai k .Harder.
Merge!! . , . - Left half bai k Town. end.
iirdnay llighl half back liarulsai.
Uutlirworlh - Kullliaik ,, l.eit.
Iroin the start it looked as thoiiuli the ColuroMa
bos bad the best ot It. b, lug strongly reenlorcd b)
the addition r the hardeuid college piai era. At limes
they were ublo 10 force back the v M. C. A. boys by
beer strength and weight. Tbli Interference was of
the finest, and bad It not been for the excellent
tackling of Townssod and Mil the Christiana would
I bavt fared much worn.
czrii afjsv at tub traps.
Society TVell Keprenentrel nt the County
Cliih'a Cbrlalmaa Hay Hhoot.
Clirlstmns Day was celebrated In royot style
nt the County Club's beautiful homo InWect
Chester yesterday. Thero was a groat gather
ing ot society folk, and somo of the best nma
tour wing shots In tho country participated In
tho pigeon shooting contests which followed
dinner. Tho birds wore a fait lot nnd tho
handicapping haJ evidently been placed In
good hands, as In almost ovory evont the
sweeps wero dlvldod.
In tho first evont. miss and out. John Cas
well. V. V. Douglas, nnd T. Thorno dl
vldod the first prlzo betwoon thorn, each kill
ing four straight.
Tho socond evont, for a cup or $50, olso re
sulted In a tie. Do Forest Monies. John Cas
well, and V. S. Filey ouch killing ten, , ,
Tho third event, a linndlcapswoepstBkes.
was divided bctweon O. Harold and W. O.
The fourth event, for n cup or $50. was di
vided betvveon J. S. llrown and Arthur Dunne,
each killing niuu birds.
In nearly all ut tlio events double entrios
. Atuoiig thoso who wero presont wore Henry
T.Wright, tl. M. .Spier. Jr.. H. H. Ollheit,
Chnrles II. Hnswoll, Uenrge V. I'nmphell,
thailes U-1'.dey, John Du Fnls. Mrs. M. II.
Cnrpentor. Miss Cnrponter, JIIss Fdltli Car
penter. Miss l.woll. Louis (snwtry. Mr. ond
Mis. T. C. lllchnrdson. Mr. and Mis. Duncnn
l.lllolt. Mr. und .Mrs, W. Sennrd Wobb. Mr. nnd
-Mrs. William Kent. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fan
Miaw. (teorgo S, Wnllen. (leorgo W. McOIII,
'Ilionins.W, Thome, Newbury D. Thorno.
James If. Iteekmnn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Faul I,.
T lieahnuil. Mr iiihI Mrs. J. c. Vnn Itenssolaer,
;.".nH:' Jaeksou, 1 redeilck AV. Jackson, ami
C, do llhain Moore.
A sutniiHity follows:
llrst Hvent-Hindlenp sweepstakes: r entrance;
miss. nnd out. J e. llrown. 2. ll. Harold, ; A 1 Nor
rle. 1: John taswell. 4, W. (1 Kroknw-. L'; W, I'
Hoiiglas, lj W. W", Caswell, U; T. VV, Thome. 4: Mr.
.second Kvent llnndicap sweepstakes: t'.enlrsnoe.
eiiporf..".(i. .1. S. lliowii. 4i (1. Hiiriild.il, A. 1.. Norrle
4, John Caswell. 2: W.H l!rokaw.4; W. P. llntigUs. 1;
W W. ( nswell, 1 . Ho forest Maiiice, L: ,1 H llrown a
A.I, .Sorrie, 4: II r. Itulmond, a, tl. Humid, l, w.'c.
lde,l!; He Innst Vlulllcc. 10; VV. tl llrokaw,4: L. l
Potter. !; .lull M Catw-ell, lo, VV. S. Ldey, 10, J. Hu
lnis Ii VV. p. noughts. 1
llilrd l.venl llondlcap sweepstakes; f'i entrance,
itiIbs and out. J s. Brown, 1'; tl. Harold, II; A. I.. Nor
rle. L'; John Caswell. 1: VV. 1) Itrokaw. ll; 11. s. r.ed.
nuind. I, I: l.a Montague, 1; o. Harold, :i; VV.ii, llm
kan,.!: V.S I del. a: I.. C. Potter, a
rourlh Fvenl Hnndliap sweepstakes; .," entrance
cup or fr,u. Duncan Mliotl. 2, L. H. totter. 7t Po
Forest Vlnntce, I; 11, 8. Kedmond, 1; John Caswell, L',
VV. ii. Hrokaiv, 7: W S hdey, 6; Mr. i.idle. 1: Inineau
l.lllott, ,-; !. C. Potter. L'l Do Forest Manlee, 7, II S.
Kedmond. a, John Caswell. 0; VV. ri, Itrnkaw. a. W. s.
hdey, 2; W. W. Caswell, 4: ,1. S. llrown. r; Center
llltthcoek, 1; IX l.a Montagne, 1; H Harold. 2: J. 8
Drown, ti; VV, V. Hottgias. s;T. W. Thorne. 2: Arthur
Diiane, i; VV. P. Douglas, 8; Wm. Du lals, 1; Arthur
PIT.FORD IS THE REST SHOT.
He Ilenta Klllott ARnln In the Last Blatch
Htr.nisniino. Dec. 2(1. F. D. Fulford nnd.T.
A. II. Klllott faced tho traps at Island Park
this afternoon for tho fifth and last match of
tho series, which began at Kansas City. Ful
ford won again. Tlio shooting of both men
was only ordinary, but It was almost impos
slble, in tho face ot tho biting blast that swent
across the island from thoSusQuehanna Itiver.
to accomplish brilliant results. Thoro was a
fairly good attendance. This being Fulford's
homo the favor of the crowd was with hint.
F.lliott's good work was hoartlly applauded.
Ouo of his friends said to-night that he had
not been in good form nt any time since the
opening ot tho sorios. and that he made a mis
take in changing his gun at the outset. As
Fiilfoul won ho liad no explanations to offer.
He was In flno spirits over his victory.
Tlio birdB used to-rtny vvero nn average lot.
but thoy vvero apparently benumbed by thu
confinement and intensely cold weather, und
many refused to My.
While tho scoro shows 100 birds each, the
fact is. tlio men hnd but! '7 birds apiece, owing
to tho supply being exhausted. To comply
with tho rules tho full number Is credited.
Tlio series of live mutches was for &.00 n
side each match, and S'-'Oll for tho best throo
in live. orS'-MOO In all. Tlio average scores
throughout tlio sorios wore good, but not bucIi
as vvero expected.
Elliott said to-night that ho still hold the
.iiifi-iriiii VieUl cup. -won last May. Tlio score
of to-day's shoot was:
Fulford 2 222222 2 02221112222222 2 22
2(12202 2 2 2 2 2 O 2 2 1! 222112 2 2 2 O 2 I O 2 2 2
2 2 2 1 1 1 O 2 1 1 2 2 O 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 - 2 2 O 1 2 1 2
2 2 0 2 2 2 2 12 2 2 2 2-lrtl.
Llllnlt! 0 1 O 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 I 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 2 1
O 2 1 2 1 t) 2 2 1 2 2 0 12 2 12 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 111 2 2 i)
O 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 1 ll 1 1 2 2 O 1 2 2 I 2 1 1 J 1 2 2 2 1 O 2 2
220 2 2U122 2 1-SG.
New .leraes Gunners Kill Plg-eona.
In celebration of the Chrlstmastlde holiday, the
marksmen of the New- Jersey Shooting Association
varied their programme of sport yesterday afternoon
byirntestlug on their range at Claremont aeinesof
matches at hie bird targets. Instead of holding their
customary competitions at crockery Binas'alng. The
birds were, bowevir, too benumbed by the cold and
their long confinement to be smart or strong on the
wing. When tho traps wore sprung many ot tlio
pigeons at llrst only hopped upon the tops of the traps
and began to preen their feathers. Such birds were
taken Into the club house to thaw out. All the pigeons
which escaped the club's gunners tell victims to lho
pot burners surrounding the range. In atlot the four
matches shot, the i ouditlons wero tw'ent)-elght )ulds
rise and tltiy )ards boundary. Tbe results follow
First t-lfteen pigeons each. Frederic ll. Moore. 12;
VV.J Minpion. p. l.Itner 11. lligone), 7, II. t. niultou,
7; Klchard sunderinann.a, A. F. i.oinnsmi, a
Second Ten birds tach. II. I:. Smith. U: Irederiol).
Moure 8; VV J. Simpson, 8, 0. 11. V inceut.7. Charles A.
pope, 7, A. F Coinpeon. 7. A. tunll. 7; 11. --. houllou,
o. Kicburd hundermatin, 4.
Thud Hftiin pUtonseach. Frederic o Moore. 13.
11. 1.. Miilth, lit. A I. Compson 12, VV. .1. Siuiii.ou. 12.
A. Utuiil. 12; Charles A Pone, 11; H. s lluultun 10. C.
II Vliicftit ti; Kicbard suiidermuun, 7.
Fourth Ten birds each. A F. rutni son. W; Frederic
(; Mooie.lt, ('. II. Vincent. 8: churns v. Pope. , A.
UiiiiII. h. H. h. smith, e; W.J. Mm peon. H; K.S lloullou.
7, itichard Minacrmanu. .,.
A team match look placo on the grounds of the Fast
Fide Mutual Qcn Cluli in Newark jestinlay afternoon,
tbe teams comprising seven nun each, and eaih man
bring at nfteen blue rock targets. The result was as
Koeget's Team Koet-et, (1; rerment, , : Itasslnf'r. fl;
F.-liortk, ti; Hscber, 0; Perry, tl, Hemming. . Total,
s-chrnflt'a Team Schrant. 7 FcMtllng, 13: Hague. 8;
Heinrli h. fi: Keach. 0: Noon. ;i. nncr, 7. Total 48
About half c dozen si ten i isiteil John Krli's shoot.
lng grounds in New irk cati nlui nud spent the day In
shooting "t live birds Irom the ir.ip Hie day waa ex
treme!) co'd. and the birds more or less chilled, four
teen sweeps were shot i. nil at four lite pigeons. In
these Samuel Castle .-r . sliot nt K. birds anil lost only
a. John hrii killed 4s out of r..'. Mack au ontot 44. VV.
H. Hollis 45 out of r.2 :-aillllel Cuslle. Jr . 2M out of 32.
Irilng Cusll x out of 1.', and n C. Williams 1U out
Hhont nfllie Riverside Onn Clnb,
Rrn Hsis, Dec. 2d-Tbt niversido Oun Club bad a
shoot to-day. The most Important event was at clay
birds, between Osc.r Hess. r. M, Cooper, Ed Throck
morton, an 1 L M Cauipbeil. The conditions were r,o
birds each, tfi etitrame, live traps, ut unknown angles
Hess won. well 4.1 L M. Cooper was tet-oud, with au.
L'aiiiihell got :t4 and Throckmorton 1)2.
Sliui'l" Plii) Inc In the Cnuria,
nne of ihe most scleiitilic and stubbornly contested
gain, s of handball that has taken place In this vicinity
f.ir somo tuna was decided yesterday at thetlrookl)n
cltib'-co.it, between Phil Casey and lorn Lynani uou
cne side and John Dcluney und Dr. Smith on the other.
( l AiiipionCusey uus placed Hi u rattier unpleasant pie
sit ion. tor he ilther had to play his game or be do
fta.id. He chose the former, and tho result was a vic
tor), although the losers pvorcd the same number of
ace.. It was a hard game for lieianey and the Doctor
to loso. inasmuch ns each or their opponents bad the
itill.uHuga of an extra hand, and the mistake
was Hut found out null! a great deal of
(luninga bad betn done. I'.vcry inau of the
nuattit pla)t a aiipinor gsme. and the
i nlliiisiasm wns Inter.st. Auoug tlie onlookers was
ev Vlderman Jiinies Hiinni', and toward tho Utitr part
or the contest his p-utuer, I'ror Crggins, stepjod lu.
After the result ssi known, the e.vldermiili said:
"It was oneof the nicest games that f halo seen for
some tllllt. Mil. I si e no reason to cl aiise lay mind
that Prof. Cogginsaud lii)selrcun heat an) two men in
lirooklvn or thureabouia. They nil know tin number,
and I should be pleased tu toufer with them at any
The scores jestcrday war:
r. Casey nud T, l.ynain. .,, IK 21 '.'1-r.n
J. Helaney and Hr. Multh. . 21 1U 111-00
Among other gninea played ) esterday w ere:
M, Cullnni andi) Caeololn 21 17 21 - Vi
f J. Dnnue and VV, l.miuous ... Id 21 I
M. lennonaud A. (illlen ...21 21 11-''
VV. hi bull It and T.J I. unite 17 111 21
m. Cutlruunud It. Lcadlcj- Hi 21 21
F (JulntiandO, L'acciula 21 s .'" '
VV. Edwards ... 21 :-i
JohtiJ, u'Hrleu . . . IJ I -
Jerry McVl.ibou and T. Dunne 21 -'I ;' ":
John Connor and 1, Connor h i-j 1 ,H
Tho happiest handball man In Hrnolijn .jeM-riLii
was Utile While l.diiiuuds Ho ld p iij'i'J ", '' !
old time adversary, Ji hn (i I rim. and .111 a ,"","'' '
It was a I ard lussie, and olirlen lo.ik Hi dnui eiy
,,.rlr!."i"ey .. lust h. ?m '.Sfl,"
Dunne as a paitner' ami will play raldv and Hau
Ijwlorlirtwo prettv medals ornr aimoit anything
thai the Hub'tners may desiie starllni
some lime liet inoiiili i'" "!.''.'!.,,, I'l,F
match. s decided beiweeu Hmr ''V'? ',"' VeVhe
ai etuis and lirnoiuo stre. I I ,"1,""1. , f '', i , .U'J
tetllnnenlof a long siund ng -1 ,". ',, t'1",'' '.".'J
Mnran. an old-time plan r -iid I 'in .il "n J idin
at.eiirii iid Tom VlcM.,b 11 '111 laic l tlls.le, alll ll
U hoi .av. n. will!- si' " "" h "" ' " """ w-",,,,
"!.M.OHm.very.iy I' " matihi. will beplajid
Vl!' cH.'n'ic'.lt,,betwe':.; V,'i, Hebne. and Ton, I ,n.in
w!llbepi"y"l itl oanevt llllhda) 'at lltouk.Jli
llelsersllor. uignlleis In llrooklin. was H.e scene
of a spirited contest on Saturday nlgl.t. feter llelyer
of lho Pin hiiigbte and Thomas Curtie of the Kcho
Bowling Club, said lo be the two oldest bowljra to
Hrooklin. were tho contestants. The match waa for
Kit rour in seven games, (inly tlte were jolltd. Cortl.
etillng the n-atch by winning lour of them. Tbe
"ore" we" Keliea-128. isa. 1Z lto.140. '!.
J8o.CurtU-ie4.lU5.U5, 117-172. TM-159. j
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This is a fact with regard
to Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil. The difference
between the oil, in its plain
state, is very apparent. In
you detect no fish-oil taste.
As it is a help to diges- '
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except good effect. Kecp in
mind that Scott's Emulsion
is the best promoter of flesh
and strength known to
Prepared by Scott h T!otie, 5 V AH dr-inrllta.
jc; r.iviiixMKX vnr.Eitrvu
The I'lrat Uncr or tin- !-riinn Snlteit nn the.
s-lil'ow alinry Klvrr.
IlF.n nvxr.. Doc. lltl,- Tim ico lirro It In spln-
dlil order, nml to-day tl.n rlvor lint been alive
wltli slcaters and lee saelitB. All Hie fceond
class s aelita wero out. ami tlio lien llarriixin
nnd Ureadnaimlit. Loth Uri-t-clai-B l.oatn. will
bo put on tlio too to-morrow. Tlio former ii a
now yaelit ntitl said to lion cood ono. Mm la
owned by Capt. Cleorco Coloy. Tlio Drend
natmlit la one of tlio old Lont-i. Mic Is owned
by l'lerrcpont mid Saucer of New York.
It is tlio llrst (.'In letintiR In many years when
tlio Mirevvsliury Hlver lias boon Iro7.un nif
fleientlv for tlio lee yuelit lo 1 out. .Ml liiuila
of ntuull ImntH vvoiu nut iloiiuini: about iiiiiunu;
tliulntL'o v.kIiIm nml (lie Hkalero. Tlio boat
inadu out of a Pali of -.kntcs nailed on tlieeuds
of a boiitd. a bo-; nailed to tlio Imard nnd nn
otlior skato niianireil for a rudder, wits "In
it." as well as tlio In run yarlilc.
At ; 11:4'.' o'clock this nfternoon tlin first race)
ot tlio senFon was htatted. It wiib vvliat is
known ns tlio Coniinodoio'i-1 nee. and tlio dw
tnnco was twolvo milos live boats Marled.
Tiiey wore f'apt Atitustiis ll.ivllanirs Holla,
James Ik Weaver's Kitty. Itobort 1). ('liaudler-i
(lot Tliere. 1". O. Hull's l'rincess, and Cliarle
Cuitls's (llido. Tlio wind win rallior llclit,
but tlio yachts went away very fast and tlio
Delia was i.oon in tlio lead. Tlio flri-t two
rounds vvero liotly contested by tlio llella ami
Kilty, but the former then cot nwuvnnd won
easily in HI minutes anil 'Si m-i-iuuIs, boating
tlioseer.nd jaeht hy 1 inlnulo and Iti seconds.
Tlio (Hide liriiku down. 'J lie vaelils llnlshed
ns follows: llella, llrst: Kitty, seeond; dot
Thoro. tliirdi 1'rlucosH. fottrlli. ('apt. I'harlo-i
Tbroekmorton, Dr. .1. It. Tliioekmorton. und
Cliaries Alien. Jr.. aeted as indues.
A ti-li-eriuti was received liere tn-nlcht say
In that tho lltirllitctnn Cluli liiid Klilpped
their yaelit, nnd a racn is culled for'J o'clock
to-morrow, 'lho llurllncton boat Is cvpecteil
to arrive to-tilirht or em ly in tlio mornlncr. nml
ttie neo will probably como oil. Cliaries
Irvine's (loorgio is tlio holder of tlio pennant
Tlio N'ottli Shrewsbury Clnb peonlosny that a
iftlie Oianue l.ako men want to race for tho Wl
Van No'-trniiil Cup. duw is tlio time. Tlio con- MM
ditlons madn IiviIio donor aro that the cup JL
must bo siilled for over tlio ruculnr eottri- of
the cluli holdiinr tho tiophy. nnd tho Ornncn I
Lake Club do not seem to want to rnco fur il at I
nil. No challcnc'i lias over bton roc-lved by I
tlio Nortli ."lirowsbury Club forthe cup. Com- I
itiodoro HicKinson of tlio Or.inco Lake Club
lins Wlitteu personal lettors to Capt. James II.
Weaver. tli owner of tlio Send nnd tho win
ner f Ihe Van Nostrum! cup. but no olllcinl
cballenai) Iiub ever been received. 'Ihe North
Mirewsburv Club aro atilons to moot tho
Orance l.ako people in a race.
pr.i-rvitvTioss at pot c.HKi:r.rsir.
PoroiiKHil-str. Dee. 2i!. Should the cold
weather continue a day or two, navigation to
Pouuhkospsle will eonso, 'lo-niaht It Is re-
Forted llutt tlio ice Is last from Jliiton to New
lambtiri;, hut tho John I,. Hasbrouek left to
niclit for New York. The meintiors of tha
llU(lon lllver Ice Yacht ( lull will becln to
morrow to lie their boats. Tlio Ice on tho
lloo-evolt l'oint umu so is fast, but tlio surfact
issorouuli that there ran bo no racinc until
ufter a snow storm und thaw.
Tlio club havo received ehallences from the
Oranpo Lake and Carthago l.nndiuc clubs. A
boat from tho Shrewsbury Club is expected
lieto tho last of tills week.
The Sinrtun 1VIII IColl nny Club.
A few (la)saito Mr. Tiirnliall of the Alanbattan A. O.
Is reported lo bue reiiinrknl that be considered tho
bowllnff tenmsrf He Vtlilelic I enj-tie to be the peer of
allteaitit conreciei ultli any boaliitf tournament,
lleptacetl tlie Am-reaii Amateur lluwlinir I'nion In
ctsvH ll. wluli- tlie Amine ill Nitluluil Aca lem), Csr
rutlHrti's, alul .Vlouuulntry to'irliaiiieuts wire put in
( hatiiiunu Ice Ilium of the s-i.-.rtpns in st'eaVftnr of
tin iiKitiir. e.n 1 If Mr, liiriiL.illtlttikhllieMiinli.it.,
tail V I. Imi mii ll a crack Jul i.r t.uAl.rt Me Mill
Ita tliem for .1 i ilu.'ible tropliy n- tl ey are supposed
nut l.i mil f' r mi. tie). 1 am eertinu tluii Hie i-p.irlaiie fl
mil ill It st I hem, (lint Me nlll lulu I tl.i in un llieir nml
alUis. oduiitit tl.cyuill ti-u the t-alue M cr) thst VI
u, are proteleii lia s I don't s, e In re eithi r the Alii
lelle 1 tatttlt! ur Hie Alnerieiill Auuiteiir Houlllii: Cnli.il W
howlers oilti'lass the mi ii ttiiit participate lu Ihe Vim ri- 1
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bulled tu date Mill si n.v Hint we li lie rollnl up better I
aieraues. 'Irue. Ilnyi1.it e.icli otli-r's allevs m hli ll I
is hiimeiihiit or a handicap, hut I, n't It about time that I
tlley Here accustomed to Hie dllleri n' alte s - m
"for seieiul )e.irs the .Vnulintliui A ( team havo il
rolled on theullejsiifllie r.tliir AtliliMc l.esrue club.. Jl
and by Ihistini- should thou their lino points. Wa
have neier roll-d on the Manhattan A C.allejs.but sr
me -tllhni: to take Hiose cli.ini i s. '
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