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life: CJHBOMB AOAlSaXXrK
IM, fltiplay Bnt Aa-rthlna- la MotUrt Bit.
Kfo' llsrrls-Th "Wlnrt" llurle Vienna.'
Hrj. Anmt oft a with One of lOO JErtaetlr
Hj)i Nehatlcr Han Ik Uama Oat o.i tha Aa-
M annt- iMnntt Wan Iven a ad Oaly SO
JKtf Hart-JUt How the I'kcnoastnal Htm
H& wi SI ade Ivta and Mlnaaon Hntr that the
UES! Anchor Fl Will b Jlnrrad Hereafter.
$ Tho nol ballls In ths " Bin- Hires " billiard
Bp toarnrir was nolsvrorthr noil Interesting Is-
K'' taussths bllllnrd lovsr believed Hint Itwa
Kjj, to bo i flKht for "blooil," an billiard expert
Vf). term cuueneounlert nliero ratli man (trains
iBfp, Trr nervo to win. The warriors were frank
UK' C Ivos and Jacob Heliaefor. Hchaefer tie-
aaaaaBu HnW fasted Ivp s on Wednosdav nlcht with nn aver-
LnH! ItvlanW MS ot .10 and n liluli run of Hi. Hut Ivea'a
anBS 'III wRfi guiiia that nlcht waa so surprisingly poor that
LnHal 'If anW"'1 uobodr who w ltussed It foil satisfied that It
H ill H. wa worthy to eultlu tho nuestlon ot tho itipe-
LnH lit IB rlorltrol Hchneter over tho wonderful routh
LnB Ii' Br Uom Ulo'lan wno I"-'- turnod out extraor-
LnB I'i dlnarr bllllardi In practice.
LnB 11 mX' lxta '""' avernsed &U In his opening same
eannB lit I F against Mosson. which beat nnrtlilnir that
LaH 'lif ' either Ives or Kchanfer had done In their Chi-
LnB Ulf etf' esaro tasteh. Hv'haefer, In bis match on Krldar
snnH 111 Bit nletlit, had avorstfod Uj and a fraction against
snnH Hit IBV' Bloseon. Thin, tuken a a teat ot the form of
aafll K WSi the men. leftlveaa alight favnrltoln the hot-
anai 1$ mnV tloftr Tetterday nttornoon. It wae tlOO to J00
H ijll E on Itci when thH two atara met on Wednesday
H 1 Hbti' Bight, and theae odda were offered In some In-
LH 4kbB" tnnce lat nltfht. but tho neneral run of beta
aH at 'Bf wore even up. bchaefer had more ndhorenti
B n' bBI' S than iTee, howuor. That wae duu to thu
H ilf I "vlznrJ'B" "ns rua o( -u3 on Friday, the
B if jH ( bldhcitof the tourney uptolnit nlaht Georso
B !, Kl AYhoelock wacorod even monoy that tichaeter
V '31 i hM would win.
LB lljt'&B'5' Ite played tho critical battlo on an empty
LH nf)aB4 lomauh. "I'll liae my dinner after the
LH jg' Kl, same," he mid. llo had knocked tho ulobea
H lll'Bi' about In practloo awhile atilnurlce i)alr',
LH M bIE' nd chewed uumdurlrnt thi icamo for what'
LBl Ul'aH! eter nutriment theromlht belli It "Wlrard"
LB W ':- Bohaeftir h.id a practlao bout with tho ivories
LB H aaT' on Hilly Sexton'a table In the UtunBwidkware
LB al' aE' roottuin the ufternoon. Ilocamelnto the hall
LIB &M aBr last night with rubber on.
H H Bk I'realUent llenalnuer of the Orunswlck Com
LB H' E' rany waa there awaltlni: tho threo billiard
BB II'H Slain, lie laid that the manufacturers would
LBnl nflaV cuaranteo tl.WKJ for a three nluhtn' tournu-
B9: ' mKf Bent at Cincinnati after the Chicago event,
B I' aart whch leclDJnn.R President Ilonlrnjer fur-
B I ' hB thoreald that If the Bate receipts In Cincinnati
B 9 bB!' ITeronveril.riOU the players could take It all.
H Biv Tlilp proposition put tho oxparts, oxceptlne
B I inKi ! In very food humor, which was Increased
B I hBEi r "l0 ""'v tnnt l'10 housa last nlcht had
B Ii Bp', tieen rold outbofore the doors opened. Tills
B B BkU1 fact was Indlsputablo proof ot tho popular ln
MS? Wt'k. terrst taken in tlio decisive encounter of the
H iBHai' HPA. two masters of the cue. Ios stood out for
Hi' Hrr? t2,ixx).
aE' Tlio jrame last night was very lata in start-
KIM llK.' lhndlseussl'jn over the Uinclanntl tour
WB ' nerhad taken tuoro time tliun anybody Im
am BKV aglnrd. Amateur (leoruu Jlotillon w.ia In the
n BHk, referee'e chair, wlili-li wriuhl liuvo been tilled
ll iMSt'' py (-'Id Cumanclie." Hilly Hoxton. but for the
H ' JucUlcfs fute' which laid him up with i. broken
' ll'li I- '""' spectators crew very lmi.tlent at
IB1 2,4 the lone il-tuv. mid stampod their feet and
MlsL' clappeil tlielr luin.ls to hurry up the tanlr
BiaM UPl, star. In tho throng of nnlootxra were the lot
H9JK MtxV lowing IdlUnrd loers: lllrhanl Croknr, Com
IflH H' 1. mlasloner ccunnell, Justlco Iturke. Congress
j Mvi' Biort John ll. J-ellow, lr. Kanney. Dr. Jen
aHB HkP'-' Clnga. Amateur (.'tmmrlon Urvilln Uddl,
lH US? Carroll Lltngstnn. Jlnw llenslncer, A. t
bHHV iUrf Troescl.er. I'avld (ildeon, Jlnurlcn K Kola-f-
HBiv pan, Teter Do I-ary. At tralth. aud George
r tUH Vheelook.
bHbbI IHr . There was plenty of Incentive for good Ml-
bHIH Hk Horde, for thnwlnnor was sure of Sl.biHJ stnko
l (IbBEIh rnonorsnd half f the S5.1XX) gate receipts
H (iBIBv, taken in the tourney, lloth men came to tlio
HbIbHI hSs tatdo to-strlng In onrdlgan jackets, tichaeler
Sj-fSar. ISJ2fL ron thn hank, scored tho opfinlngtwo-cuBhlon
H HMfi' earrom with nawllt stmke, aud brgnu to piny
1' IIK to gain position rtuht ofT. Ho Hew around tho
J flilyr second object hall In n gnllnplng two-cushion
1 IBsk carroms, and retired witli a rmiiid dozen.
Wbt , Ives Jumped un and sniuthcil a "iluck egg,"
-B Mi. leaving thu globes easy fur his rival. Aelngle
1 HbV-m cushion uratly executed save lu a ctuince to
UBft catch the ivories on tho lower balk lino In his
sHaal HaK !nlr'' 'nrr in the second Inning. Hie
SB' aVflB xnung ISapolenn" wna soon fishing forth,)
BH BK anrhnr in tlio right bund lower corner. Iho
ilKt eloth was n hrnml new one, and It was not easy
' illHt to get either abject tall anchored. Ho had
B;aK' wMF'j. awlttlyrnn Into douhlo figure-, though, and
J vvp wo playing the globes vlosonnd deitonuis
HaBJ ;- rAck and forth from tho side rail. He went
sHI' sVaKd down at thirty-three on u failure to got them
, iVjTKf ontof balk in thn requlrod twn riiot.
. aKbv Ives's ill luoK cave tlio "Wizard" a chnlco
H K' position, but lie fnllod, to averytiody'a amaze
MM nBi' tnent.on a cushion draw. Iinlng gained but
tVBn elglit off the advantage. It began to look as If
!he two stars wore realiv afraid of each other.
t Is an odd thing that Ies is certain he enn
-ent hlosson, and la nervous about tackling
. BK1. ?'" " Wlrnnl." Mo-Hon Is not nfraid of
H-H :, Hchaefer, but rant play any kind ot winning
nH VE?'1 billiards acalnat Ives, unless tho could man-
J Bt-i age to rlnr cuslilon nirruins.
IBB, Hi' I won't let out my gamo at cushion car-
IMM H roms," sld Hlossnn last night, " until wo
Bj)BJ iSBi.., eoma together In a tournament lor big
aH PBat" money." This tournament, bv tlio way. will,
BB fBKf II 1 expected, bo the noxt big event In bll-
BBBB !BJtl llards in Gotham.
HaH lawJaVi .lt made three when Schaefer missed, and
H tWBt he. too. went doun nn a cushion draw,
B ES " though drawn of any kind ie his pet shots.
H BBBtt.. Itesmad an ugly inlsaue on his llfthahot In
H IBBFv tn "'' lining, and tho billiard lovvrn
BjBBf HBRv grosDsil. it Is the llrsttime any New arker
r, BHP' ever snw the youngster mlsoue. lie went to
H Ei nl" ehalr with a. look of chagrin.
bbbI BK?i ."That's the llrslinlscue I ever made In my
, - life," Ives said, and with a frown nn his face
BBBjV M be watched his rival knocking them about the
H BBBrK open table to gain position.
H. aVjafi- -Iret had Just fifty to hla credit when he sat
BBBj; BBJSi fl.WD- Bchae'er, in n scoro that showed two
H BBHK ' Mui-'k eggs" In n row. had but thlrty-rour.
BjBBT K' Benaefer tnen worked the globes deftly in tho
BBBJ, HU' tipper left oorner and on tnu upper ond balk
H t line. Ho rapture Ilfty, and had them near tho
H bBjK;. anchor nn Instant Inter, In two more shots he
BB bad theui anchored, but lost the advantage
H laKT dlrectlr.and began to Jrlv- the red ball tu
H Bam&P' theend raiL At Boenty-lluhoiindtheni safely
BBB flBBk anchored, und began to play iktoss tlio fco
aH iKKr i p the balls, with a stroke so delicate that on-
aH laW' lookers could scarcely delect 1Mb mmlon ot tlin
bH Hla'' object balls when struck The " Wizard's"
sVjV' K rly for Ihla anchor was n superb demonstra-
sVjV"t- bMu tlonof the beauty of position play. Ills nursery
aaV BHaV para Oothamlteaa glimpse of the sort of bll-
H " BBB llarda that had produced the record-braaklug
; bBKS tuna id Chicago.
aB' fBMv here was a cheer when Schaefer had gath-
BV- BjaHIS re.tJCKX ''l(unltout.Jake,"shoutedanenthu-
! 'bBjTB? fiast from the gallery, and It loosed as if tho
B BBB? ' Wuard"rnuldkeepltuiforever. Thutlcklng
BBB',''. BBK 'of the gsntle rarroms kept porfect time uitn
BjTBJ.'. aBBf,' tho ticking of the teferee's watch. Ivrsrhewed
V i BjTK- bis gum and moved atnut restlessly while tho
BB BBbL.i rxnlbllton ot trick technlquo of touch was
B Saw maintained. Another cheer hailed the Iftotli
, jBBjTK rarrom. and the billiard lotereaettlod back In
, W their at-ate and walled with calm conlldence to
sHtL KaV seethe plsycr pas his own high run of the
t- SI toamament, 'Ji. He did it, uud there was
4 BK another outburst of cheering.
Ire JJutlf the truth must be tuld.lt should bo re-
aB MSB eorded that, beautiful as the exquisite
aV'r Mir" Bureery work waa as an example of u, certain
H' II 8-, dliOcult play In the game, it grew decidedly
aH II Tw monotonous os the carrorus rolled up. it wae
H ll' ''. more trying tliun one of the prolonged runs at
IV C rail nurslnirwnuhl loin this day of advanced
fi; Mlllards. hat made it more trying was th
ii: ' (act that, though the cloth was now. the red
P ball seemed to iiao settled into an ludenta-
a u'l "I'll bet there Is a hole In that cloth." said
3 Al smith, llo vra In 11 seat jn Iho front row
alongside the (able. Those who hud their I
money on tho" Wlznnl" were wild with joy. I
' !S Jivery additional croup of twenty-live or Ilfty
' !J 5 was a signal fur ocluu-ferlan scrrums of ex.
li iu ullsilr il
1" tj How about that recnrd-brenkfng In Chl-
I ft cagu?" whispered l'resldent IIenluser, "I
, j jP sTUvss. If nothing haptens. Jake will have a
r R. new world s record tu night."
) ll The "Vjrl" got :uk, and sllll the balls
f: stirred not from that enviable record-making
i Position lersplrutloii was toillnvr ilouu Ids
1 lace, llo let tho crowd oil franticallt. and
! . eteuied over tu . friend .mil askdd for the
poiaeu of wuno of Ills "billUrdtea." a tonio
If. . Ivea'e face was it study at thU lima. It was
b d trk, wuroiiao'al, and dlsgu.t vas pictured
1 I? .: fe-iiiire iiliout taking thu "tea"
2, ,,'., '"''"d" went buck to the table and start-
3 '' intottlreout his own high nnulror record
m, t Jt.l, niHilo at Ud.-igu llu passed It. but.
. Er atranjely enough, not u wul In the nisem-
i K blage chcer-u) hM achievement
W ,x,hS. 'lrd"aspr..Bohd his 400th point
-m tbe critics Hsrted a liely ili.cusslon as to
Bf Whether the ted ubjeet ball was really resting
m in an Indci'tu Ion. Ill bot there Uu'tuny
Wk liol there "Mild one critic It Is tbunapof
W lh. !-'cln"' ? liotdlng that ball, and
m JakeifHioUls light aalr, and doesu'tdle-
E turtitlie ball centie ol grulty "
l.veri bsy in tlu ball waa uulbuslsstlc over
t his magic touslu 'Iber was invibl tumult
-alien he scored -J0U .lako look udantsgeof
I th btll.buli to get somu of lile ' lea," and
j evlll.! down to 1 'ako iuIdco meat ol Ives's
? World errcr.1 1 'f4i..
t -. tieorgt- tioeon -ame down to the press
K. atardund sal I This dooms the 41. or shot
u ry d.b ddl," and he added that tu red
ball was held br & Indentation alii th
fwil' run It ont fare, ad Al BHh from
his front seat And Ivea ieemed to thin to,
too. for he settled back In hla feat with ah air
rTAiknAboiit riolee In a eloth" aald Ie, "I
Ceroreaw balls Imbedded In that way I both
all are In holes.".
There was n yell when Schaefer scored 45(1,
bnt It was nothing to the mighty ear-splitting
shout that went up when the 407th earrom
was scored. . .... . .
"Oh, break them dpi" orled a wearied spec
tator In one of, the booe. .....
"Don't you do It!" shouted halt a dozen
CTA-ed Bchaeferltos. ."Ilun It outl"
. "Take a tumble. Jake," said HloMon across
tho press stand. Hut the "ttlrnrd" really
soemed to be In trance! he heeded nothing,
l'erhnps It entered his mind that the anchor
Play was doomod, but ho had evidently deter
mined that lie would hold thoehamplon record.
A now element of Intqrett entered Into the
performance alter he IiaiI broken Ivea a rec
ord. It was thoeliAlire be had to sweep down
Vlgnaux's wortd'a single-record Average of
seventy-five, made nt Chicago In ltWJ against
Klosson in tho three-cornered tourney with
Vlgnaux. Hchaefer, and Hlosson.
Ives said that he thought somebody must
have doctored the cloth. "It looks lust a if
somebody IiaiI banged something into It," he
ridded. Maurleo Only told him that nobody
had touched tho cloth, but the youngster was
still dubious. "I'll bot l.UW to tltXJ." said
Ives, "that I can take tho balls now and run
5.IMX) without a brink." ...
Tho "Wizard" kept on, ticking nway like a
man In a dream. nfterho had absorbed another
doseof "tea." lie had built up the monumen
tal pile oftHMcarrome, and then, for the first
time, the Anchor broke. . It seemed naif Juke
had purposely driven tho globes away from
their nest. .Manager Jtnurlco Daly stopped
tho play toannounoethattheatnrof tho even
ing would give n display of ills lamou fancy
shots niter the game. , .. .
Jakn chnlkor hla cue. while Daly was mak
ing hla llttlo speech, and he then went to the
eornor and rattled oft throo more simple car
roms. Then he wound tin the most marvellous
anchor run over seen-otM-ovoroOOnf which
had been gathered nt pure, anchor work. It
waa an achievement that will be forevor mom
arable in balk-line billiards, for It enabled the
roan, who is fourteen year tho Young Na
poleon's" senior, to smash nil records made
anywhere In modorn billiards,
Tho throng that jammed tho hall were over
flowing with enthusiasm. They waved hats
And ennes, lumped up and down on the floor,
ainl let loose a lerrlllc series of whistles, yells.
and cheers. .......
"Three cheers for tho winner! "snouted n
man In a box, waving his hut frantically; the
orwd gave thorn. . ....
Through all tills wild uproar Hchaefer
chalked uti hla cue, and then llrnd oft a brief
aeries of tfioao masterly exhibition fancy shots
that long ago mado him famous. These eccen
trie and mystifying enrroma set the throng
wild n sscond timo, but when the
display .ended there wern good-natured
nnd tumultuous shouts for Ives, wh can du
plicate ncnrlynilthe " Wlzard'e" trickery. Tlio
liov star, howovrr. had retired, and the crowd
did not got a chance to admire hla doft art nt
inngjo cue work. Most of them mado a mail
rush for the " Wizard." who flodto the com
mittee room. Tho billiard cranks rusned to
the table to discover If there was really a hoto
in the cloth. Ther couldn't find nnv.
Orvllle Oddle nnd Dr. Jonnings. however,
loarned at n Blanco tho soorot of Rchaefera
wonderful nurso run. Tnov pointed to n
crescent crease in the nnp of the cloth, just
iKiyond tho spot where tho ohjoct balls rested.
The cue bail had worn tho nap off. and mado
this semi-circular ridge nr the friction ot Its
rotatlnn.Thls had effectually proventod the ob
ject balls from losing their place.
"It'it the first time I ever saw anything like
that on a billiard cloth." aald Oddle. nnd I
don't believe nnybody will exersoe It ngnln."
Hchae.Vr hurled Mgnuux'a average of v.i
with nn unprecedented average of 100. Ho
got it through his rsenrd-btenking anchor run.
Hut crltlrs may still hold that Vlgnaux's aver-
ngu was tho more notable, because it
was earned by work thnt had no
anchor nursing In It. Nchaefer's run
will Mnnd as an unexampled olTort of sus
tained delicacy of stroke and nccuracyof eye
eight. The strain on hla ores must have been
something awful. He hair been ticking away
nt the globes for about one hour nnd a quar
ter. " I'm glad the run waa made." said Ive-,
"for It will settle the anchor nurse In balk
line. It will liobarrodnt Chicago." Klosaon
Agreed with Ives. Oeorge raid he would not
piny at Chicago It the anchor was allowed.
Hlossnn wns very much tlcklod on discovering
thnt nls grnnd nverAgowaa better than Ives's.
The scoro of tho record-breaking game was:
Rchstf-r-l!. J4.0.O,HMt. TotsUOOa
lrrs-U. 83. . IO. 4. Tolsl. GO.
Avrrsffss 3haefr. UK); Ivvs, 10.
HlinKum-xch-.-f-r.Mrt; Itsp. 33.
K-Ir-- (jsons Mnulion. Narks- Buda KeoB.li".
Tho following it tho record of the six nights'
W. t-Tftz-. D1y J7v.
Its O0 CO 141
blo-ion COO 41 8-13 104
Rlounn !......OflO SO 13S
bcussrsr Ml 2$ 0-10 vn
Fcbsttsr ooo SO RU
Ivt. , 347 171T-IO 81
Ire II00 2S1S-21 131
Blsxun 47rt 22 10-21 11J
Ffhssrsr 00 3S M7 201
Blaiton 3U4 23 3-17 1.'4
Pchsffr tun ino inn
1. KO IO 04
CJsm-t won sebssfsr, S.lrts, 2i Blnsson. .
l.ramtsv-rass-iclia-'cr.U? 1UH2; 8loon, 2D 12 70;
lliilli runi-sctn-frr, MHI. slo.ion, 101: Irti. 141.
The prlzo money wilt bo presented to the
men uoxt woek ut a baimuet at Delmonlco'a.
jjuxuaiivi, triiAT ii.ivk tou io hjtt
A. Skater of Conaldrrntile Itrnowa Talka to
tbe Nawbursh Flyer,
To the Enrron or Tng Bus .Sir: In answer
to Joe Donogllue'a statement in The Ku.vot
yosterd.ty. when ho so pleasantly drags my
mi mo beforu tho public, I wish to say that It Is
easy to understand why he does such great
bragging. This Is the whole case in a nut
Bholl from my point of vlewi
lleceiver Freedman and Joe Donpghue are
going Io run the Manhattan Field as a
skating rink solely to make money. Hut
to accomplish this they need all tho expert
skaters they can get, and tho cheapest way Io
do this ia for Donoghue to Issue challenges to
all points of the compass, and, at the samo
time, work up tho skators' anger, so that they
may come ao much faster to hla call.
As I am old nnd experienced in this Una ot
buslnoss, I know enough to take good care to
not fall n victim to auoh schemes. 1 am
fot training for a race now. but if Messrs.
'reedman and Donogliun want me to help
them make money. I am willing to give them
a netter offer than any one else.
If Dnnnshue nnd myself were to compete in
such child's plar as three and live mile race
the publlo would laugh at us. as the know we
are both able to akate twenty times that ills,
tance. It would only he looked at as a "fake."
In lHri7. when I staled 1111 miles on n six-lap
track In HI hours and fnl minutes. I changed
my clothes after the finish wentlo the theatre,
anl wa on rkntesniriiln t he neB morning,
If I skntA again. It will be ruT last rase and
the race of inv life, ns 1 wish to see who la the
real king of the steel runners. It wilt be either
a twenty-four-hour r-c or one to n finish.
There, Is more money in a race of that kind
than "II, the patch races put together.
. I will leave c;y offer open until New Year's
for anr one to accept, but I would prefer to
meet hla Highness" Jon Donoghue, the
Kewhurch flrer. Ills feet got to sleep the'lnst
time wo met; next time I expert to put the
whole man to sleep. ALruru H. ITjunkun.
New Yojik, Doe. 15.
Look a I-roailslaa; Io- lbs Mttro-ialltaa As.
VotKllritsnalna' lbs fsl that I tit boilng- sua wrctt
bnrrlisinploQsrilps of tht MtiropoIUsa Morlatloada
not clois brfor Ie. In, a hugs tnlry list hssatrtady
ntii rtcrltsl. Thty rrrrstsnt tbs bot Islrot Ibat can
t tuunit anjrwhrrsln IhUlofallty, Tbirsltatrsatdrsl
of rlra'rr tilslls bstsrttn th I'aitlm n4CIIptrib
latis clubs, Tbs I'a-tlnm bars nitrrd tbs folliwin
iroax tsamat llonra-C H-rnt- in ths ISrvpouml
rlaa. M, Krirsn si 14.1 paanita. K. Nation at 133
DomiiltaiidT XcUlrralllHpoun'lf Tbtlr wrt-llsra will
Allllman. ' Holhurr. ami A I'urlurr 1'rraldinl
linlrrnt Hit rilpp.r A. ll tbtuks that bu tram lli not
eiilv rsnqulali Ihr I'stllms lues, but ill Mlniuoatef
tbs rbami'lorublr. lionora Tbe hoxrrs will ! y
hrmis. llttfMooi.ia. I. r'liinsn. 1.1.1 poun la Jos riark.
I.IApounila and II. mllb I4li round Kmrira bain
slaubrsu rrcaivf't rrem tbs I abma, Kstlouala. I tin
ti,it, and 5swark Turn Vfrrln. tnlrlra will bo c
crplrd uiloTnradar nrsr. Hearts bar btrn Marril
nn -sisal lbs Nrw rk I' Hit Inlvsrtily it. C, and
ot A U. kpaldlat' -t Brut, tl.la illy.
Tre l-eiiia Wla,
An QDgaually KAodrsmsot Aaaoclsilea football waa
pla-td yctlarilay at lbs Statsu Island A. O. (round),
Vfstt Its BrWhton. Uls ttn Itauii taprs-cntlot Scot.
Und sod Km laud. Tbs imunla wtrsanklt Uttp wllb
mud, sad tbs rain wsa fallloc In torrta:-. Tbs rcoleb
rotu borrtrrr. sbovrd tfeat tbry wsr sasd to It. and
wouby asevrsot 3foaUlu2. Tbs taauit linsd upas
Serbia , r -. j-trfoaJ.
AlUu Goal UanTrr
llanllloni IruIlbatliB lf-as.
trdn ......... . ..(""acaa flnr
brosu i iiuimxr.
nn.4 Halt bacti Uhita.
.-iuua.d I fTowsatad.
Uarltriaus l (Doulav
" I . Tstlor
iriKbt (rorwarda. . . ic.ulb.
i. r.pi. .1 IXilltr.
Xar a I IBalutr
Krtrrrr J it u-lr Uatanra r rarat tut T
X. ll.ua 4 i cl. I-ii4 la ilitt Ualf-r..o4. 11
isrr a .-I Toni .r t-- and. aaUtr ad Xc:&ibui,
vi41al .artiairo.uato J
Tk Osly Hon mt PhiUp a, JWvyfer Xaeam
Avrar IA California,
Trie Intelligence from lot angelei. Cat, that
rtilllp Dwyor, Jr.. had 'died there on Friday
evening of consumption, while not unex
pected, was a groat shock to the manr friends
ot the Dwyer family In Now York and Brook
lyn. l'hlllp Dwyer, Jr.. waa tho only on of
ths popular turfman. Fhltlp J. Dwyer. who la
known to every racing man ot note In thli
country. He waa 23 years of age, and had been
associated In tho business of racing horses
with hi father since 1800. when the famous
firm of Dwyer Bros, was dissolved, the elder
brother taking hi son as his partner, and
Intrusting him with most ot the cares
of a large stable. Tho youngman had always
shown a fondnts for thoroughbreds, and
when buta boy had helped to work the horse
In the morning, riding ssveral ot the racsrs In
their trials, nnd giving rjulto as much satisfac
tion as any professional that waa employed
In the same capacity. Tho big horse Kon and
the speedy mare Holla IV. wera especial favor
ites ot "Little I'hll." n tho boy wae univer
sally known, and on ono occasion he donned
the racing colors ot tho stabloand took ths
mount in a race on Delia D, It was at Oraves
end. and the mare would have won but for an
attack ot nervousness that selted hor amateur
rider nt a critical moment and Daredevil Kltr,
patrlck waa able to get up with Elkwood In
time to win by a shoit head. That ended
"Little I'liir" publlo career a a Jockey, but
ho often rodo at exerclso alterward. and
seemed to take nn incrcasod Interest In the
Performance of hla duties In connsctlnn with
the stable owned by bis fnthor and hlmslf.
A little over n year ngo he experienced some
trouble with hi lungs, nnd went to Florida,
where he spent the winter on the Indian
Itlver nt tho hotel ot his uncle, Mlohael V.
Dwyer, whose placnAt nock Ledge I a famous
resort. He Improved from the moment he
escaped from the ohlll winds ot ths North,
nnd in March, when he returned to llrooktyn,
he weighed more than ho over had before, and
was tho picture of health.
As spring passed nnd summer wore on he
fell awav again, nnd In tho letter Pnrt of (Sep
tember was compelled to keep within doors.
He lived with his father nnd alstor. Mrs. Jo
seph IfcOnrry. at B Llghth aenue, llrooklyn.
nnd was taken from there In Nnvcmhor In
ehnrgeof A.H. Daniels, In tho hope thnt n so
journ In California won 1 1 help lilm. The Jour
ney to the l'neine coast was by alow stages,
with stops nt Washington. Kavnnnati. New Or
leans, nnd other points, and word was recotved
from time to time thnt the patient wns Improv
ing slightly. Philip Dwyir joined his son in
California, nnd wns with him when he died.
Tho body will bo brought buck to Ilrooklrn
and tho boy will be biirlsd by tlio aldo or his
mother. "Little Mill" wns of a particularly
lovable disposition, nnd tirknnw him waa to
tie fond of htm. His father was devoted to
htm. I.nst fall nt Mnrrl Park, when their colt
I'Atrtelnn won tho Nursery Stakes, the father's
f1rt Impulse wjs to rush to th telegraph
office nnd despatch the news of the victory to
tho Invalid in llrooklyn.
XtMCes Foatponed cat Ivy City.
TTAartlNriTOX. Doc. 10. Owing to a heavy
rain storm, a very muddy track, nnd tho In
convenience of crossing the field to tho betting
tent, tbe races announced for to-day at Ivy
City were held over for Monday. The following
programme will stand for Monday:
yirst Itscs llrt riireniri, stllinart thrsr-roar-AMt
sml upward. Cipt. Wasntr. lull pounds: Klmitont,
10M) Kancocaa, 103: I'laf or Tar, I08 Chsrlry Mil
son, lOil, rrbrns, lo.s; sooors, 1011 IWrwjrn. lo.1t
I'suirtir. Kin. tndla W. 101 ilrand 1'riz. 101,
oiisua. 101s Bilancr. UJi bauxblnc Waisr. HI, llray
hrcond tlacs Thrtv-n,usrtrsef s mils: setllne; tro
rasrolda 1'ersanlir. tori pounds; Lonsdalo. 100;
Viirstan. 102. Wsat Park, US: CnnunAdors Hnushsn,
IM; Thrndors II. UN: VrKi, i. I. ula.lt, V3, IllnaiAin.
US Mprlna-tiins. ur, Klornirr. i3
Tblrd Kara ervan furlorHrslV hsndlesp: s!t sera,
lotsn. 112 pounds: Addia. lu.Vhfttiaini, 104, strsib
msid. mi, Airplan', ii-1, Major Jo, ut.
Fnurth Karr una mils and . hsit: orar hnrdlta.
rtrrnnlino 140 nounda, BI.Ji.ini. 140: PowrrfuL 1.12.
I.llbbarr. 1.14. Kir. lull MaMltrrlla 12S; Unklswn.
124:lrnrr cts. I Mi Klrbtswar. IIH.
Fifth Haca una tmsandsii rlrhihl aslllnf ; Ibraa
Trsrolda anl upwar! n ilaro. J07 pnunila, daltra
bnrir. 10.1; Mr nac. lo.1. Ml.tirr. lu'l. Ilnurl. to.1; Lo
llo. i. IOI rrrrii-r. 100, I'tnlnra, 1 u, 83UI It, PM, (.'apt.
Ilsmmrr. IW. llstl. 117 Ms Iras. ) I
Blxth Karc rirr risbtbs or sudlai nialdana; Ihraa
rearnlda and upwsril ll'iUula. Hi pounillL (laltly.
Iw. UanrnK. ion: Atirad, lo; llnpprr, In7: Toms,
hark, I".'; Lady Kimtnor. 101. Ms'ina Krlly, 104,
Xluf lllcbsrd. 104; Banjo. 104; uucrpbalua, 104.
lcks Xlud to ZtActsir,
WAsiiiNOToy. Deo. 111. Oeorge II. Engeman,
who la the lessee of the Ivy City race track,
raid to.nlght thnt he would not resume racing
until he had ascertained whether there was
any vlolatlou ol the law. J.egnl talent baa
been nngagnd. and tlio question will bo sub
mitted tu thu courts.
HUHLKUS Alt i NOT 11AVFT.
The Urs In Ihr Acadrmr Tonraameat Com
plnlri nf Poor Jt-aulstlons.
Tbars la contldcrab.s dlaaslliraetlon smenr th
Aeadatny bowlars. and from prtaanl Indications no
mora turnrra wilt ba bald by ttist aaaoolatlon. unteaa
a radical cbanga IsWaa ptaca Tba comptlltora tsy tbst
tbaarataatt aaida for Ibam ars xancrally erowdrd by
outstdtra. wbndo noiblitfflaa but botbar tbs ptaycra.
Kumarona'comiilalnta have bran mada to I'roprlttor
Zaun.hutba baa takan no notlra of Ibr matter Mbtn
tba mrn ars on tbs sllrrs tbr actna In tbs aland bsrs
(t lbs cbsis Una ratamblaa lb brtllnir rlns SI uutlan
It la etalmrd that Frtaldcnt Atlsnsit only coraaa to
tba allajra wntn hla r!ublt arhtdultd to play, whlla th
prttcnt Buard of Mansrr. r ut llllla ata tu lbs tour
nsiurut. sa thty ara rartly on hand. Although tba
ruira tay that ilia nrat iraina aach artnlna mutt btitm
not istar than h o'clock, 'htra bsv btrn nisny oces
ainnt wntn lb atai l haa bean Ions' past that hour Tba
l-roaptrta ara that t.irra will at tonio llrtly dlacuaaloos
w licit tba tuurnauiaiit la over
Tba following la lha tears of tba gams batwatn tha
flrooklrn Kicytlr Club and tba Atatant W harbutn of
Krwurk p.atr.l laal Tin r-dsr mgbi mi ths Elapbsnt
Club Ahti a in a It lirrltuan laguo irama
l rookirn H ' tiwasay. Il. bawia. 17-1; Ktllr, Irl3;
llicr. Ids, ll-bbt. nn i Mabtlna, I2u; Acasrton. 14ui
Amlrratii, l.'l'l. rntal. 1.343.
AUIams ttbealmtn-llabay. 142; Trrbtlt. IftOl Blc
, lftll. Mlrrrnt. 127; W. Kmlln. 1M; K. A. bmilb.
12U. MiUr. 144, llururlack, 177. ToiaL, 1.17V.
Tha Kaiiern Dltrlct tsarnanirnt nmti re!!ad at
Ilooa'a ailtya. last Thursday night, rtauliad ss folluwai
Woodbina Wtffmsn, 10.1: StotaaU lent Amarmaa.
140; lloaglr, 211; O Itooa, l".L Tula!. U.'li.
standard Llnta. 1S4! Xolb. 1.11; Kaaos'lky. 177l
Bl.ogtr. 172; bcbtimta. IBS. Total. 7U7.
Blar Lsaaab. 124i VsnlaraL lBSi Forts, 140; Ron
nauachar. IS3: Wroar, I4H. foiai 714.
standard Linar, 1& i Kcths. I3i: Ksaoofaky. lull
Bltnatr. IW), fccbtrinan. 101. Total, bji.
Woodblaa Wsguisn. 1U2; KtosirL 130: Amtrman.
132: llotsla. 1721 Koos. 140 Tola', 7.12.
Bisr-Uaacb. 141: VandavsL lilt rurta, 121.
H'ouuamscbar. 147( WtOtr, 152. Total. 685,
Interesting gamas wars roiltd la th Hudson Coonly
tomatintni at ths Atarmbly aliaya, llobekan, last
Thursday blfbt. Itisacortat
Ilour-Bcboanftld. 112; Wangarshtlm, 1B1: Tatar
ton. IIL1, r.lilrui. 173: Merer. 101; Bpohr. 164;
Balltaar. lbli tibritelsr, 1M; Btoba, Hi; kuncken,
Hj Toial, 1.S23.
Ilaniilton Wlittlmtn-illarW. 181 1 II. Horn. ISDi
Pulltnb.uui. 3il. hiigland. 143i lit Id. 1U4i kltfer,
114. r, Hutcbnar, Mrt, Tlmuiot, lus, L. butchutr,
14i, y. Horn, 14U. Total. 1.SU4. '
rionrer-Brsallgsn. IM, A, Bchoenrsld. 147 Tope.
lr.M. ititibr. sv. utirander. I4B. Bacbau. 103, r'rtd
dan. 1S7. Xeuiuau. It,, Campbell. 17i t'ucttel. l&d.
AtisntU-Mslchalr, HGi a 6ehotldtr. lSSiLntlhsaa,
J ft I. Ktics.rl. 180; Mtjut. I mi; ininiankamp. 204
W scbroader. la. k'ailtr. W; Uttr. 16T, Wicbt. IBi
At llsckrntacx. but Thuraday nil bt. the Rlrsralda A,
C ilef-aitd tbt orliaal li.ld clob fa sa AmsteuJ AaaS
clstiuu gsuia. Tba tcora
KivrraidaA c.- aiiir. l7i H, Heller ,100: A. Heller.
??ii.r,!'.".n'J1.721 "?" ,fs7 "" '"'i Thompaon.
14:Bolu 1411. Mianiar. MM. I'laraon. 16o. Total. l.MH
Th rnlambla Dub laara were defesisd In two
ram. a br lUa Xomrlalr. ou lliundar night. In tba
Athletic League lerlre Tba acoret: ". ia iua
Mootctalr Englr. K4l Thomain. 132: Tsrlor 1B2
Cr.ktr. 11: au Mti-k left Taut, rSaj ' ' '
i:luuibia Blorm ltd: KlmbalU IW. FrommeL 134
Bitter, lOt.Lub. IM. TutaUTSI. rosi. lot,
Moaiclslr Kngs, JtVl Thornton, Isi.T-rior IM
Cr-srr. MO. Vsn tierk. IJJ loiai (sj? """ ""
Columbia aiurm-Jfer Klmbtll. $G0, rrommL 144:
Bitter, IU4.Luby, 170. Ttai,7s4. "..
TbtOUnisxriuh won two game In Bbaughnaiiy'
Biooklyu tourney. Tburtday uiglit. Tbe icurea.
New rtrerht-llhoJtf, 147. toll, 183; Leseb. 184;
Vau Brum. 13d haie .72 T tal. 7.14. '
Hrotiiect lllll-.ao Mc'ao, I3T, tirajr.1.13. Haghes.
IW, ll tl Conrad, liia; Uileea. 181. Total, 7;u.
New I'trcchl-Rhodet 144; Uu Jiolt. 149; Leach, 134.
Van Brunt. 144. Halea, 141. TotsL 71.1
Lllusa gulbt'itan 173. Wlikluiou Ml; Brnai.
lie. Bilj Jan. IM. Biencf. IrUA Total, JW.
Cllmai-Siontr, IU, Win in ton. 171. Broni, 184;
Brlgdau. IEM. llulbluita. IB.V Tu.aL 8-13
I'rg.iwel mil tan H.cltn. til. iirsr. 133, tluibtt,
14U, Ceurad. .72. VTilaon. H7. Total. 800.
Th Proapect Wheelmen war defeated t Hoboksa
onWedoetdsy nUbt la a wbeeluieu's laafuegauir.
Ffoait Wheelniea W SbBaon.l2a; Braah. 12S:
V lla'ae 11. Brunner. 1521 I Halls, lal Millar, V8
ltui kl. IIU li. anaaueo. i4W lUal I.II2S.
ia.Ha r'.i.olirrl.rt-UonarJ. IJi.Baut. 110 Mink.
1-1 ti.uu.1,3. Tra4.iatla.llei Mua, lo, Oiuaa,
The treatment employed BT Tftri IIAIII.
CAI. rtUITUUK OURK INSTlTtJTK of 83 T
IlrrmilwAy. haa demonstrated lta til cany
In hundreds of oases, and ha Justly been
termed ons of ths most brilliant discoveries In
th annals ot modern, surgery. Among our
cured patients are well-known bankers, mer
chants, and professional men of New York
elty, to whom wo shall be pleased to refer per
sonally those dealt Ing treatment
Th Radical Itantir Car ineillnt
retretd tnesoccrstfdlly for rsp
tars. Their treatment te a wonderful
uccets. sad a rsl Matting to uy
on who tutferi from rapiure
W. B MRAtt.
tiO Broadway. .
t railed enynn without faith anl wllh
no hope or finding roller, beforu com.
tnllting mteeir to your cars I sent yea
a deeutnle charily patient, nnslile lo
work. Awing to a berma. On ins see
end visit I wnscAnrincedsf theem
cscy At rnur trsstreenl. 1 placed my.
self nnder your ears, and thsdk tiod
tbst I did te, for In four weeae 1 was
aeaandinsn. Nothing will givs ms
gtetttr pieatnre than to talk or writ
t th treatment which nasdooie
lunch for me.
WM. BAtViKR. !. D
fiiibifif, It. L
Our method Is absolutely free from danger.
iVro Kuitc, Ho Pain, No jDeten
' Hon from business.
Average length of tlreo required for a cure,
from 'J to U weeks, when the Tlttaa IB Din
OAltDKD. Mend for pamphlet giving full partleularf.
Consultation and examination at ofuoe free.
RADICAL RUPTURE CURE INST.,
OFFICE HOUItH. 11 A. M, to 5 T. M- and
Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to H.
cutaa fAfoitiTna niic.
Albln and rillaburr Olv Bpleadl Exlil.
Ths interest shown In ths masters' chess
tournamont at the Manhattan Cntd rocolvod
additional proof yesterday when tho rooms
wore almost uncomfortably crowded by spec
tators, who watched Intently the plar'of tha
Hal pern ononed with a Oluoco Tlano against
Alblu. The htter did not try to prevent whlto
from simplifying matter by frequent ex
changes. When the end. gamo stags was
reached, tho Austrian maitor showed some
surprisingly fine piny, and won after sixty-
J. V. Unlrd tried his favorite Scotch gambit
on ilodges, and by prematurely Attncking his
opponent he could not bo raid to have got the
best of tile bargain. Finally he advanced a
wrong pitwn.whorebyhelo-t a piece, and when
having to reply to Hodges' twenty-sixth move
An excellent gnmo was played by Showalter
and rillsiury, tlio lormer opening with a ltuy
l.opP7, which i Inck defended with :...1'-K
Kt li. bomo beautiful work was done on both
sldos In the mldilleof the gnme. In course of
which Miownltcr sacrificed an exchange which
would lme won thegamo but for the womlor
ful accurate play of rillsburr. The latter
really ovcello'l, and won one of the most bril
liant guinea of the tournament alter Ills thirty
11 rat mote.
Ktillnger nnd Hanhnm played an Irregular
game, wlilcli was pretty etenly contested
throughout. At hla twenty-nlntn move Ktt
linger compromlseil his position, allowing his
opponent to win in gamo fashion. Forty-throe
motes wore recorded.
Tlie contest between Delmnrand D. O. Balrd
was also nn Irregular one. There were some
peculiar positions In the game, which Ualrd
won. principally on adcountot Delmar'a weak
play at ono atngH of the game. JJolmar re
signed when called upon to mako Ills forty
tilth move. The score:
TADt-K NO. 1 OIU0CO FIAKO.
nAirsss. ALSIS. MAirtSS. AtBIK.
HA... It-.k. MA... HnrK.
1 l'-K4 P-K4 A3 R-Kt BtP
3KI-KB8 Kt-1,03 441'-Kt3 It-U R
U l!-ild 11. -Ill Xft I-..M. U-k
4 KI-H3 Kl B3 81111-11 lt-AtS
6 I'-O 3 r-y a 87 K-ll 2 K-U 3
IIH-KIS B i. 3 3 Kt-Ut K 114
7 Kt-UO lixKt 3UK-K2 1--K4
H llxlt l'-KR3 40K-IJH3 I'-U a
UllxKleb I'm 41 KI-H3 HxKI
lOllxKt UlH IlKlll lxl'
II l'-uil3 Csalles 13 I' 1 f K-K 8
li CattltA I'-O K 4 44 K-K 2 1' O &
1 3 u-u -j r-d 4 4.. it-K 5 r-(J ii eh
I4U-K2 kR-K HIK-iJJ K-U5
IS K-ll r Kl 4 47 f-li 8 K-K 7 eh
III Kl-Kt r-K& 4H K-K K K U 7
17 11R-KI O K ,1 U B 1 1' Riur
luu-Rn K-KI3 io it x r ii-H rich
llir-UIIS r-B4 M K-0 3 lt-U7cb
20l,xTtf uxf r.i k Q IC-OK17
.21 U-ll 8 (3 x J 03 ll-O 7 Ch K-K O
22K11U Qtt-Kt r.4i:-K"cb k-b
i'J I'-U i I'll' .V, K-y7 K-M0
24 I' x r It-U 3 Wl K-O 2 K X !
2liKlt-0 ll-KT M llll'tl K-U7
3rl It-U 'J U K-K f.M It x It 1' x It
27 K-KI A I It f.'ll'-KlS l'-Kt(l
2HKixii r-Ktr, no r-ktu '-uki7
211 K II H-H.-. til K-ll 2 l'-KI7
Oil It-U ll-UKt IIJ K x I- I' queens
SII'-KKtS I1-KI4 S3 Ketlgni.
33 l'-U 4 li It 3 1 li. 20 nun 1 b. 40 mln.
TADLE NCa 2-BCOTCII OtSIDIT.
J. W. S4IBD. BAb()tS. J. W. SAISa MAPCE.
WAH-. W.k. HA,.. tllU'k.
1 P-K4 P-K4 IB II-K.1 Oiqur
.'KI-KB3 KI-OB3 HI U It-U Q Kt 3
3l'-g4 Yxf- 17 11x1' H-U3
SKlxl- KI-KB3 IHRxKC K-KK8
r, Kl x Kt KIl'xKt lHI'-KKd I'-O!
ttll-Ud I' O 4, 20U-HU Kt-K
ii'ii1 i' 2t 0-o7 I'm
M 11-KlKcb. H-OJ 2jpxl" l,-Qt
lilHll.u Uxll 2IKl-ns OxVeh
IO t'attlca 11 K 2 24 K-ll K-KU5
1IH-KII4 Catll-l 23 K-Rlt K x Kt
I2KI-02 O It Kt :illxK U-K7
iar-ou ll-ktr. 27 Keaiint.
14U.-KU3 U.KD4 Irfraumln. CO mln.
TABLE NO. 3 BUT LOITZ.
saowALTts. riLuscsv. luowAttts. rituscar.
H'A.l.. Itlt,k. '. Coca.
ir-U P-K4 1HKI-B4 on-o
2 Kt-K A3 KI-OB3 1UII-U2 K-KKI
a It-Kt & I--KKI3 20 KI-116 rxr-4I'-IJH3
H-113 21 f-gs UxOP
6I'-V4 11-0 3 2JKIXUB KlxKl
11 I'atflts H-KI3 2.1 Kl 1' 11 X kl
7B-K3 KKI-K3 24 It X II P-ll 4
x kt K tlaallea ;i KBHI-B3 O KJ
ll'-KB4 l-xgf 2H Itx Kt KxH
lul-xl H-U4 27 t,- II :t cb g-K 4
llllxk't 11x11 2Hll-g3 P-KH
12 I'-BA 1--B8 2U It-U 3 I'll
13 I' x Kit Klxktr 80 K x g I' queens
4U-gKt3 k-k atit-Kch g-gach
lAKt-gU9 Kl-Kl 3J It.tUnt
111 K-g g-g3 lb. inuiln. lb. CO mln.
T4D.-.E no. a-mnEounn.
XTTltxass. NASHAM. srTI-ISGSS. aARBAK.
II tit. lU.itk. IIAI't. Hurt
ir-tt M 24 11 I U RxH
3 Kt-K B 8 l'-ga 2rg-K3 B H4eb
a f g 4 klA3 2.1 K-ll I'-KH
tl-8 4 P-UIIS 27l'-gKt4 I'XKt
A t'atllta H-KJ WI'lH KI-U3
Mi'-itii kt-Kta 211 rxP g-Biicb
7 11 Kl 3 g-B3 HO K-Kt g X Kl
HB-K3 Kl-H.1 3iuxg itxu
KOkl-ga I'attles H3 P-H ll I'lP
lOr-KKS r-OBI 83 I'-K U Kt-B4
II U H-H B-0 2 .14 K-K k-ll
13Kt-R2 git-U 3.-, It-Bch K-K
1.1 H-U 3 KK-g 8.1 ll-U 7 kl x P
14 P-KB4 H-KI4 H7 It X H I H-QU7
in II P x K f I I K f 84 I'-H 4 11 I H P
nii'xKi- Qxr- 011 r-n r K-g K8
17 It-K H& Q-K8 4HK-BJ l'-lfrt
IHf-KC, Kkt-gi 41 K-K. t l'-H7ch
HI Kt-Kt 4 ktxB 43 K-g 2 Kt-gf.
20ktxkl ll-gil 4ll(-lt8crt K-g 3
?'. KB3 l-Ba 41 lit. Ii a
'-ilixR ttiB ibr. 4iiuin. Ihr. 19 mln.
13 Kl-kt It (Bj-Q
TABLE NO. SinilKril'LAn.
esixAi. p. canto. mis. a. p. 0. saisb,
II Ait l,li, 11 AC. II ri
1H-KB4 P-g 24KI-K8 3 B-V kl J
2 P-K3 MB! .&I--K4 B-OR
a j--g ki a ki-k u s 2-1 kt-g k-iI 7
4 H-KI2 I'-K 8 27g-kR8 g-K
A kl-K U 3 l'-gll3 2Hp-g& H-K8
l H-g .1 pg kt 4 2H II X 11 K X II
7 Ittll.t I' u B A itilkl-K3 I'-Kt7
HH-k'j n-0 11 4 Big-ki Hxgur
u Mil n.Okti sjgxktp uxkt
10 x kt i- p x v hi g 1 u p x p
11 ! xil Halt 114 QsP P-Hfl
Ukt-OB3 g-gKt3 3". R-kl P-H7
lit ! l tj f H ;ul l-.H J Il-B ll
14 kl-K 6 g kt-g J 117 ll-yn u o Kt
!f;if-K.. iStxkt :hk-R2 g-tt8
j'lPxkt kt-kr, .iiu-gi o-B4
17 Kt-g la.ll.t U0Q-1I4 O-lir.cn
18 K-K Pklt3 41 K--k "-
1UP-V. -K2 42 K-k J O-dllcU
:iilt-I;H3 p-gkta 4 1 fc-k U-ll A
21 P-g ll 3 P-dklU I44V-U3 RxPcb
2jg-kJ g-Kt 1 14". Hrnut
23 Uxkt ilxu It hr 4J tuna 3 br 11) mln
The record of the playora:
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A11",.. . ' illtlrsra Iti 8
ll ! Uirl . -j n lllannaui .2 a
J W llair.1 214 i'U llraliet 3 2
I'clmar I'I 31I I'I l.bury . ..4 I
tilliu.tr 2 a'lM.owAittr 5K 2K
. Th games tn-dtywlll be as follows: rills,
bury and -J. W. llalrd. Ilanlntm and Hhowaltor,
Albln and Kttllnger. It. U. Ualrd and Halpern,
lludges and Doluiar.
Jltatrlbatlag I'rlsaa lo Crlckstrr.
At ILe Sltlin ftlsna A. C. houar. Weil h'tw BrUblon.
latt nif bt. a concert n4 tmoler wsi bi4 al wbtcb lb
tteui si4 Inillridal prises won in th Metropolitan
DlilrlctCr ckel League were dlttrlbutcL Tbs team
pilx.t wert won at followt Tte penaant te lb New
Jeraer A V lu tba Oral aactiou nrnbanlot theaacoail
aectliinlolhs tlclona trlckrt lluhof tw York, p li
neal of lbs tuba ssctlon la lb raieraoa, N J., UrUit I
'f ut lu4luoal prises war won by sL B. Cob. N. J.
A. 1', for balllax and boalisa; la tbt arat tectloa,
l apt J Joaet. a. I. a. C far beilUf. an4 I. Webtttr.
llarleBAl'. U-. tor boabBa; lu lbs arconl aaclis. J.
pexter. Klnse t'eaaty 1. ti. for taltiwx. ast jL J. Bala
bow, rslertaa ft C, far bwlts( la tie tlura silaa,
' oMMtiT horn a LtTtta rrearnx
t th Brer Jtaarwte wTIH N Bssjtti
Mattobt, FIa., Dee. ia A rainy northeasttr
marked ths first day ot Corbett' training for
hi fight with Mitchell. Ths mornlag w
gray and dull, With a damp wind howling
around ths corners ot ths blc cottage, mak
ing tbs halyards 00 ths flagstaff rattle and
shriek like a ship at sea In a gal.
Ths champion arose at 6 o'eloekand want
straight to his training quarter. Atl ths work
ot arranging them hat not bn completed,
and forthls reason hs did not begin his regu
lar system, Ths handball court Is not ret fin
ished, and ths water connections In ths bath
room havs not been mads. To-day'a exerolie
In conseauenco was rather a go-as-you-please
t'orbelt took an eatly cold bath, and then
started on a long run. lis went only a
ehott distance, for ths, rain began to fall, and
hs wna not praparod to take a dusking. For
breakfast, which was takon In ths big oottago
with Mrs, Corbelt, Miss Howard, mid ths rest
of the parly. Jim at heartily ot oatmeal, with
milk and augar, bealtteak rare, baked pota
to, graham bread, and meat mush. Us drank
a big tumbler full ot fresh milk, then ate two
soft-boiled eggs, and washed the last ond of
the meal down with a small cup ot colTeo.
About an hour after breakfast Corbett went
ovorto the training cottage ngatn, and spent
nearly two hours with Uelanoy and his as
sistant. He did not do any work of any con
sequence, howovor. II spent a llttlo time In
wrestling with John Mover, did eoms bag
punching, and had a flvs-inlnuto bout .with
linn Croo Jon. Then there was a general dis
cussion between tho pugilist nnd his men ns
to ths duties of each and the hour of work.
Theso tilings wera not deflnltoly decided upon
Little In the training tins will bs dons hero
to-morrow, but on Monday morning work will
begin In enrnost and with system. Just before
noon to-day n heavy rain storm aet In. and all
the training party were forced to stay Indoor.
Jlut they managed to keen uo their spirits
despite the depressing conditions about thorn.
n 'it ha not been decided a yet," said Hilly
Delaney, In answer to a question br, Tttx Huk
representative, "astowhowlll go Into tho ring
with Corbett nn the night of tho fight. I sup
pose that I shnll be there In any event, and wrt
can tell before long who it will bo best for Jim
tn h avo about him . It' too early ret to decide
all these little dotalK"
Harry Mason of the Duval received a tele
gram to-dav from llnston announcing that
Mitchell will leave there for Jacksonville to
night. He will bo necompanled by lillly Thomp
son. If they oome directly south from Now
lork, they will roach Jacksonville on Monday:
If they travel by way of Atlanta, however, they
will not get there be'oro Tuesday morning.
1-ornandlnn antt Ht.AuBtutlnonre still bidding
for the privilege ot furnishing training quar
ters for the Kngllshman, with BU Augustine in
a strong lead.
Certlllcates for tickets of admission to the
fight go on tale nsxt Monday.
AK OFFnil JO PLXUatEIL
Dixon Will Fight tba I.ltlls Englishman sit
Tom O'Hourke last night posted $1,000 in a
newspaper office In this city to match Oeorgo
Dixon against Hilly Dimmer at 114 pounds,
the mentowolgh In nto o'clock in ths evening;
the match to be to a finish and for $20,000 a
aide, or as much more as 1'llmmcr' baeksrs
cared to put up. In spoaklng of tbe proposed
match afterwnrd, O'Hourke said:
" I don't think l'llmmer wants to meet George
at any weight; In fact. I thine ho Is afraid to
faco him. Ho has been talking and bluffing,
however, bo much about that chance victory
he gained at Madison Bquare Oardsn that wo
havo ilnallydoclded to let him havo everything
he asks, for weight and time of weighing In
and wo are prepared to mako any reasonable
concessions In order to get on a match,"
o'hourke further said that if tills offer waa
Jot accepted It would certainly look as if
llmmer was afraid of Dixon.
Dixon, who wan present when hla manager
posted the 1.IMK forfeit, said: " I hope Plim
mor will be satisfied, ns I think I havo offered
hlru About everything heAsked for. I do It to
get on a match, for I am anxious to show every
one that I am hla master, nnd that my defeat
at his hands at the Oarden wns n tlilke."
Ed Nail, ono of blxon's backers, offers to
wager tl.OU) that l'llmmer will novermeot
A Htm reporter had a talk with IxiufsWal
dron. i'llmraer'a inau&gur. Inst night l'llm
mer and Denny Murpny were present, anil
when askod what ther thought of U'ltourke's
proposition Waldron smiled, shook his head,
"No, sir; It won't do: It isn't just. Why you
know ss well as I do that Dixon would be
heavier hy several pounda when the men en
tered tho ring, i'llmraer'a weight la 110
pound, and when we agree to light at 114
pounds we are really giving Dixon four
pounds. O'ilourko'a offer will not go. We will
only consider ono offer; light at 114 pounds,
weigh in at tbe ringside.
Fighter Coattllo HUH a. Free Sinn.
Csowx roixr. Dec 16. Martin Coetallo, whs was
convlct4 In tba Lake County Circuit Court of riotous
conapiracy In ensaflnf In a a!ov contett at Roby, left
forUblcafo yesterday. osttsropt bss been msds te
place blin tn cmlody. State's Attorney VeMaban,
when atkeil why lbs Bshtsr watnot locked up. Inti
mated rscoety thsl tbs prisoner's bond would bold
good unlit tho motion for new trial bad been besrd.
Tbs proceeding la unprecedented In th history of tb
Bute. CotteUo tnay or may not appear la court when
The man ths Stat Is after Is Dominies O'Mslley.
With bis eenttnea secured, alt th other defendants It
ta said, couM ssstly escape srrsbrament, Coeteltohaa
been convicted, and tbe prftttcutton frele so surs of
ti Maltey 1 bat 11 am hardly praaa lha rata aialnat tba
filthier. Attorney stoishsn secretly hopee tbst Coa
ttllo will rail tu appear, am! in tbst csaa bis bonds will
bo forfeited. Tha tsuis bonitsnen eland tor o Malley.
UcMabaa laa candiuaia for rrelrctlon. and thoconric
tlon ot 11'Msliey, be tnlnka,would prors a bla bsom for
There wsssnothsr surprise wbsn ths Stat refused
to iro on with 11 slaller'a caae. which waa next on tha
docket. Una hundred veniremen hsd been epeclslly
sunamonsd and war In court. That riled u'Mslley, and
hodemsnded sn Immedlst Irlsb "Uov. statlbewa.'
ha eald tn tho Court, "haa repeatedly aald ibat be
wanted O'Mslley, It nooiber. Well. I'm ready." Attor
ney McMshsn intuitu that tbs Bisls waa not ready,
end OMalleir continued to ptralat that now was lha
lima. Tn t'ourt nnaily told U'Ualley that It could no:
force Iba Mate to put lha case on the eslrndar Ihla
term, and Ibat it would bav to f o ever ontll tb next
Oosslp of lb Blag.
Bonot, Ceo. 16 Billy fcmllb of this city and Tommy
Ryan, th Chlcairo waiter weuht, have bleu matched
tu iiebt six rouuds la Idle city on Jan. 2.
BHir l'llmmer rare thai George Dlxnn will hart to
meet hint at 114 poundeor to without a Usui. '!do
not proDoaa.' l'llmmer further aara, - toio out f my
claaa and tie) nit to IHxon's tsrma.11
A Header. II waa Corbet! who eald tbst bs weuld
objscl tuBulltrsu wtsrina a platter or unusual sit,
beeaues ll would bars a lendtnoy tu atou tba effect of
blaUloxt. ueorse Dliim waa born al Halifax, .tors
fcculle. July 2H. 1H7U
Jimmy tlorman aulhorlrod Richard K.roitostnd
tblaaetpaich to London -'ilnrman wi fljrht Mortl
luer, knslsnd or America, give or take xpentee, fur
1200 a aiue. larirtet nurta Antwtr." Jsertliner Is
Itsj-pouna chsmpion or Eusisnd.
Cbsrlse llovt baa received a letter from John 1 lob
llvso aaklnsr llort 10 write play tor blm next laeecn.
Buillvan taya llist be it tired of plsjlnr scrioue roiee;
tbst be would lis 10 hat a part thai la eicruclat.
inmy funny. Ilujl tare that b wilt cuneider in
Johnny Murphy tba Boaton boxer, says that bs I
vary tired dome uoi bp a, and wiahea tn xtt on a conieet
witn someone 111 luacltea without delay. Murphy 10U
a Hex reporter yetterday thai be It conadtut ha can
whip Utorsa Dixon sua ll'tlr Pluomer, aud that be la
wluina- lu waer bia money thai wa,
T11 vas EsiToa orTas Bos sir- Will Tax Bnr kindly
slats form that 1 think Jus farrtll la only -blurf.
lax"! I whipped him ono In three rounds, but will
meet him at Tua sua oiile on Tueaday, liee, lit. at 12
u'cloct uouii, 10 srranf it match with blm.
X artat renral of tbe farmer keen Interest diaplared
In Hit amateur baser lu Brooslyn iponlin ciriltt it
laporled by ibe HrUbtou A. t;, for nearly forty tntrita
bare alrradi brau received for their coinpeitiloua.
wlilch will be bald al bchlilleia e Aaatmblr Rooua!
Ailantle sveuke and icrmobt atreet, Brooklyn, on Jan.
b and lu,
Th Elder! A 0 of Brooklyn bar rtorianlied. Tbtt
onicert have breu elected rreeideut. charlta I.yuli
)ioa-Pret..leut. ttlliaui VT. Lyan; Treaaurer. Ilt'.rie
liornhiltr: lUptain t Murpbi Htcordlua; Becrtiart.
Vlleharll'urren, rmanclal Becralary, lltnry Matert,
ecrsaant.ai. arint, lieury Uornhoeferi flret i.leuteuant.
l'of. alike lienoran has beta down to Atlantic City,
tryluir tu set iioraia bitda 10 uichi bmr trim ten
ruurnu at lha iirihcoiaina Stw urk A t' boxloa
show. Ui'hovan ptiervda purtoof Sl.iajCk, leda. who
Usiv hitowa miutcer. told 1 onorsn that uuuer 00
ejuditioue would he Uclit Billy kruti aaln. r.rn-1
will pruoably bo hilled afaiuet Billy ttruuu al lb
k. V A.Ualtuw Donorau la alto tryins loarraus a
uiauUbttaein "kid" llufau aud lliu Uurphy
TasBitrA.C of bnn lalaad City hare net a tern-
Eorarr setback tutlialr erranaenenta for lha annual
oslugluuraauirul, which stru bt htld a. I'urilan
Hall. Jan. 1. 1 aud ID neat. Tba club tttia. 10 bar
uu dlmeultr lu ttcurm the leas of the ball for Iba
above dslst from its preeent owner. sx-Msyor I'atrirk
J tlleaaou If au atrtemeat cannot be rtacbed lb
roted tourney will probably b abanjoned
Arcadia Go On of Uitlitit,
Tbs mtmbera tf lha Arcadia A. A cf Brooklyn, wllh
few sicepiloas. bar decided t join th Bedford
Bran 1 of lb Brooklrn T. M. C A. Tbt Btdloid
Branch users, for ths nomlaalstptnit of Ill.bOper
year, Ueprltlltjeor aibletitfrosndt. tammcr bathe,
a court ot entertain inente of a htsb data, and arm
atuutesercleelnaperrectlr appointed plant. Ibetaclll
tits for rycllos. ths ua vt powlintl allay, and a courts
of eeveolreu educational ctaatta ll would bale tott
tha Arcaliaa ntaru sin.csaj to bate purchased te
club bo itt btch tbey occupied.
frttldaoM baut u. Malaga, an behalf afthe Marian
A. U. purcbaaed the dilutee ot tbe Arsaalae p.ant
r'stiertay. al lb apparatna will be atl pia tb ksr
oa'o haaae. .llatmoay UaJJ. u Maiua tUstl. kear
aWjik avaaas, aUeia.
amuau lirff -im-ri ua nt iT fTJj . ,i 5
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CoalaVt Whip TlUoa, hnt Illtt the Kfr
la lha Nose,
Pattiwow, Tjsc. Itt The boxing bouts for
point between Oeorge Ulxon and "Australian
Billy" Murphy nt tho Tooplo's Theatre to
night ended in a dlsgrncoful fight Murphy
atruek tho referee in the third round, and tho
curtain waa rung down, Tho contest was wit
nessed by about 1,200 person.
1'ollce Captain Ulmson.and a posse of six
patrolmen In cttlrsn's dreas were stationed
In the wings of ths slags ready to stop tho
fight upon tho slightest provocation. Jnck
Oarrabrnnt, a local sport, was timekeeper for
Murphy. Ths seoonds wore Oeorge Blddons
and Jae-k Ilurke. Iilll Hose wa Dixon's time
keopor, nnd hi socondawcrs Tom O'Hourke
and John Lynch. Kx-Aldermnn James btod
dard waa ths referee.
The light began about 10 o clock. Dixon
had the best ot it nnd outpointed Murphy with
ease. The colored lad wa cool and laughing,
whlla Murphy's blow were delivered epas
modlcally and without iudgment. Jle tried
hla boat 10 eicano punishment Dixon drew
first blood in the third round with n well
dlrarted blow with his right on Murphy's
mouth. Doth elinnhed. .
ltoforee Utoddard attempted 'to separata
thorn, nnd Murphy turned upon htm. Ho
landed hla right on the ru'eres a noae. Stod
dard retaliated with two rapid blow In (elf
defence. Murphy was excited nnd clinched
Htoddard, while he rained blowaupon the old
man's lace. A general acrlmmngo followed,
and Capt. lllmon ordered the ourtaln down.
O Itourke, Dixon's manager, nitorward eald
Murphy turnod upon Htoddard toend tho affair
and eacapo eevorn punishment himself.
llefore going on the atago Mnrphy was ar
rested upon the charge of malloloua mischief
mado by Jim Gibbon. While Murphy wa
training at Olbhona' place In rasaalo he la
aid to have cut, up tin) worth ot bedclothes.
Murpby gays bulb
Hotalag rigroa Tralaor la Quito ta Flror.
rnnantLraiA, Dte. 19 Roxr1 nd Trslnor. Cbsrlts
Mshtsrs birds, thst wars waiting In Bsrbourtvllls, Ta,
sines Nov, 28, wtrt llbtrsted at 0 SO o'clock latl Tues
day morning, Trslnor Is ths only on st home. Tbs
sir tins distance la 207M rallet j timeout. 20BH mlnntee 1
sreraite tpsed, 1.400.4 yards per mlnuts. Thtit birds
were at Ba;bonrsrltls before ths dsto asmsd for ths
clots of lha one, two. and tbret-dlttance conipctlllonc.
and tht result could not bs msds up until they were
llbsratrd. Tbs awards are : Ths Koysl Hlus Line Csth,
tovisilsnt of John K. Iluntbsrasri tot:bettiiut mil
fnrl.fjUt yards from 000 mlltt. ths betttpted from
snr distance throuvh ths seeeont tht Knr Inter
Msts ensrm for beet speed from two dlttancss. to
Trslnor tor 1.400 yards: ths llllisbrerhl tiata water
eel tor tbe best average In tbrat Nya. tu Trslnor for
Tbt naltimort rotnmbtan Assoelstton wilt bold an
exhibition nf fancy pigeons, Tbey oner S7& la prltes to
tbs lofts hsrlnr the best aod second eptede from tht
Cydorsma building tsch dsy f th exhibition.
Josh 'Ward Hara " Keep Tour Xya on
Sfswstrtca. Dec IS. Josh Ward, tb old-time otrs
rotn. ssy that In making csloulsllont ibis winter on
ths abilities ot ths speed skaters, Howard Moahler
mutt not be left out. lis advises all to keep an aye on
th boy thla aeason. Moahler has kspt hlmalf la prac
tice risht alons by byclcl riding and In other wars,
snd Ward ears that he bae dona fln work on tht wheel.
Tax Bvsrtpreaenlatirt waa told to-night that Moahltr
wouldenierinmany.lt not all. of the big events in
speed tksttnr thla winter, and ths "mountain lad '
eeeins tofe wry snxioustnineet Jot Donogbus, John
on. borsetg. nd others of that elate.
A Dlaner to tha Tnla tail Ifnrrard EltTta.
Latt yttrCot. Hlgglnton ot Boston gsre a dinner to
tbt Talt and Harvard fooloall ttsms, shortly aftsr
rbslr asms st BprlngBtld. Only membtrs of tht
eltrrnt snd a few graduatts wtrt prtitnt al tba 1'otet
tnla year iba courlear will bt returned by Judge
llowland. tltorso Adeo. and aaveral other prominent
ale alnmnL The dinner waa 10 have taken place laal
night, hut owing to the unavoidable absence of one or
twe al men It wae pottponed onltl early la January.
Dntalde ot the teaine onlr elx graduates from each col
lege wilt bt at tbt dlnuer.
Hcalltr Onodanr Wanta to Matt New Zeex
Jak Gaudsnr, ths sculler, bss leased a abalUng to
row any man In America a alngts scull rsce for from
f 1,000 to 12,000, to laks place al Austin, Ti, In lghl
weeke from signing articles, nr next spring on sny
course agreed upon. He further says tbst If Tom Built
vsn. tbe champion osrsmsn of Jsw Zealand, accepts,
John Crottyof Austin will girt a pares to go wtth th
stsker, and Sullivan will be allowed txpenaes bers.
Gsndsurhaadepnalltd tlOOat tha J-afict Uotctt omot
for tbt purpott tf making a match.
A Mttmlllo Hnrfac fbr Bleyellat.
Borros, Dee. 10. Walthnm I to bav th (result
bloyele track In the country next year. Theeorface
will be of metallic blocks. Experts ssy tbst a anrfac
of this kind will bring out ths maximum speed of alt
tbt fact rldere Tht track will btperrtoily whlla and
abaoluitly without a cracx, Tb weather will In ao
Football In lha Bain and Mb.
W runs own. Del, Dec, Id Tb gam of football her
this tftsraoon bstwsen tetma of th University of
Pennsylvania and lb Warrsn A.O. of thla city reeult
ed tn favor ot the vultors by a scor of attorx Tb
gam wa pUysa durisg a bssvy ram aad In six mens
John Ward may coseh ths Colombia Oolteg nut
Daring Fobrusry and March.
Gllbtrt, bronklyn'a new tblrd baseman, stands seo
end In tha haatern League's batting svsrsga with J178
InbUgamae. Ilia tleldlng avtrsg te .B4H. CahllL alto
secured by Brootlyn. etsnde second tn tbs estobsrs'
neldlng avtrsges. with .boo In Wl games, suit hat a
balling average of .2711.
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