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tJ THE iftJN MONDAY JULY IB 1805 J
t GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS
c
GIDEON t j > ALr > STABLJI or
c HACEKIt TO Jtn HOLD SODAY
HuallnK Ktn n Ri > mpo Th flnt r
fll < > d Other Cruek Will Ia Cndtr
the IInmni rr1t > rll t RueJnit Na FopaUr
f J AWOIK Hone Owmer bnt I Dot Not
Ilmw the CrowdPropeet or Hue
tni I IMW U t Illlioli Hlmllnr I o the
Nw York mutate Qnen foiintr
l docker Cub 1roKmmK for Todnv
Ihat racing over a distance of ground la I
popular with tho public and out ot favor nmonl
racing ten has ben demonstrated many titties
tills ton The longdistance events almost
Invariably bring out largo crowds of spectators
4 I and small fields of starters Saturdays sport
t Ileach furnished notable Illustration
at Brighton Ueah fnrllallla fuetr
tion For the first time during the meeting the
card Included five events at a ratio or a greater
j IJ I distance and the attendance was by far the best
I nf the week but the lat ofstarters dwindled
down to two or three horses In a race bringing
t speculation l to a standstill and all but destroy
ing tho chance for a hardfought contest It
Is I not very surprising perhaps that owners and
trainers show uch 1 decided preference for
print races for as a matter ot courso It Is I possl
blo to start a horse much oftener and still keep
t him on edge when asked to run only five or six
furlongs than when called upon to cover a
distance of ground Po long n purses are as
large and tho betting as heavy on Insignificant
dashes of llvp furlongs as for races nta mile and
a n quarter I Is pretty certain that tho minor
I events will continue to havo overflowing entry I
lists and that the opposite will bo true of over
night races at anything above a sprinting dis
tance
Coder the old order of things when tho Ives
law legalising I bookmaking was In force and
the racing associations derived tho bulk of their
revenue from this ourcc It did not matter so
much to the track managers whether tho racing
card was such as to please tho spectators so
long as It developed heavy betting and under
this condition of things sprint racing which
suited the IWler and the bookmakers grew to
overshadowing proportions almost superseding
dlstaiuo racing on nil except a few of the lending
tracks Now that the financial scheme has been
revolutionized by the new racing laws which
prohibit thesaleof bcttlngprlvllegca leaving the
managers of racn meetings almost wholly de
pendent upon gate receipts a strong effort Is I
being made by tho Jockey Club and
t tho racing associations to popularize the
port with tho masse by doing away
with nprliit races In a measure and
returning 10 tho old system of racing In vogue
ten yearn ago when stamina as well as speed
was put to tho test and when a horse must
nhow his ability to go two miles or further b
i fore he hailed kiD of the
was haie as king lurf The
TV oral Ihoso of tho modern craze for sprint
racing Is Its degenerating Influence upon tho
breed of thoroughbred horses Instead of Im
proving tho breed the practice of running horses
at five and six furloncs If carried to excess for
Ivo
any length of time Is i sure to produce a type
that cannot stay over a distance of ground To
meet the demands of the market the breeder
will aim to produce extreme speed alone and to
dolt he will use In his stud horses and marcs
that were the best sprinters on the turf neglect
Ing the steady rating long distance racers of
the oldtlme type
I IH said that racing men In Chicago hard at
last got together on thai matter of a law regu
lating racetrack butting and that a new bill
will be presented ft the special session of the
Legislature recently called by the Governor
the proposed law represents a compromise
between the Wideopen Humphrey that wn
backed < by the Harlem and Ilawttinrne track
iiiniyfers and the moderate Asplnwall measure
I iVrflcatcd by the Washington lark Club both
I of which failed of adoption lat winter homo
j Important features of the Ienyflrny law In
this State have been Incorporated into the
t Illinois measure notably the section providing
for a State Racing Commission to h appointed
I by the Hovernor and invested with almost ab
solute authority over race tracks race meetings
metnls
a l racing men Under the proposed law
all tracks running and trotting nllku will have
to procure a license from this Commission be
fore they can hold a meeting No association
meetli Olaton
r can race for a longer period than thirty days In
succession the season t b limited between
April 1 and Oct 15 and no license can bo
granted for more than one meeting at the tamo
time In the name county The foreign book Is I
bok
r to be abolished but pool soiling and bookmak
bkma
lng on races taking place Inside the enclosure
vv 111 b permitted I Is claimed that tho new
measure vv ill have the support of the horiterals
IIIK element and tho trotting associations
throughout the State tottnt assciaton
There I probably no follower of the turf In
thl hast who duet not regret to see the racing
a firm of Gideon 4 laly dissolved und the splen
did stable df thoroughbreds that have carried
t the all blue to victory in so many important
I I races during the past few years dispersed by
a f public auction The sale will take place today
lit the Kaston Companys paddocks adjoining
tno sneepsliead Bay race course and tomorrow
i will probably llml Uamapo Keenau The
Uutterftles Hastings and the other cracks
under new ownership No racing firm has
ever enjoyed a greater decree of public rand
dence than the one In which David Gideon
aDd John Daly urn the partners with John
t wlb
1 II j land as the trainer Hucecocrs have
long since leant d that when the Gideon
4 Daly horses go to the post they are
not only out to win but me fit and In
condition to run up to previous form How
i t consistently and successfully they perform is
vliovvn I by the record made bv the ollle during
I the Iune meeting at Micvpshead Hay Out or
4 sixteen starts thai leprescntatlves were twelve
I times lint twice second onco third and only
ouco unplaced winning si180 in purses l and
takes This record Is f u tribute alike to the
t quality of the hortes the skill of Trainer Hy
lan and tho integrity of everybody connected
ltl the stable
It N I generally agreed among turfmen that
Oldeon A Daly have tb nloni lollectlou of
thoroughbreds now In training and the sale Is
therefore one or the most Important that his
ever been held In this country In the unbeaten
uDlalen
i Hastings the stable posiehnes a colt that many
lan
t t horsemen believe to bo the best tvvoi earold of
tho eaioii Unfortunately tho brown colts
I peed was not discovered In titus to enter him
1 In tho rich stakes for twoyeatolds so that his
e l earnings this year will not b in keeping with
Ills iiuiillty us a raruhorite but the youngster
one of the bort Unit should train on and make a
great stake hnriii net year and thereafter He
rrent ripendthrlft nut of imp Cinderella tat
Clnderl
dam nf nlter 1 Ilnbarta good cumnalguer
i Kcrrler who won nlxtcen te1sl last year In his
1acr
threeyearold form Harlet Is atidthur two
i jearoldln the collection that ranks with tiara
> belt of the year having shown higher form than
any of the Eastern colts except Hastings Hand
spring stoat Apiiiegate
tt I Keonnn IH mill I regarded by many as the cham
pion hantcrn threeyearold although beaten by
I Bright Ihiibd for the Mfl000 Iteallzatlon
Stakes on 1 ashy 4 If victor and anqulshed wero
a to jneet again at even weights on a good track
horsemen bar there Is I no doubt as to which
3 1 would be tent to the post favorite According
t I to the critic It was tiara mud the seven pounds
I difference In tho weights and the premature
I cal that was made uoon Kernan In tho Itealiza
ton which canard his defint in tho richest
three oaroll event of the year Arannr
tho other threeycarolds Is I Tit UutUrflles
I winner oJo the Futurity Stakes last year and
without l doubt one of the fastest miles now in
training Nankllooh Is another of the three
yearolds that Is I a good one In his class having
won all his races this year defeating sucr hones
a Dully AniHrlciUlioIteulliatlon winner ldU3
btonhvn J Ialadln April Fool alt others 1103
llaniupo Inner of the Huburban and Ietr
Itan In 3804 will b the Unit home offered
i oday the sale beginning at a oclock The
I proposed clambake preceding tho sale has been
tutrd 10 ire linpratlrable A luncheon will b
wYvedi Instead horsemen who wish to attend
thosala should take the trains leaving East
1at
IrUrtyfourth street ferry at 11 oclock and
1810 oclock In the morning and 110 clock
In gire afternoon as these trains will stop at the
trfck1n 1to K ° m the foot of Whlteliall street
at 9110 Ktio and halo also connect with
trains which stop at the track
Another tha sons of the noted Australian
racing sire Musket has Just arrived at Han
FranJlsco l from Auckland New Zealand the
importation of De 1I Lopez prominent breeder
of thoroughbreds at Ileasanton Cal The horse
Foul Shut U twelve jean old and Is out of
blunder the winner of seventyt races at all
distance and known a the greatest of all New
al
ealand race mares Foul Shot was a good
verformor on the turf and ho Is I tho sire 101
dozen or more winner now racing on New Xva
land tracks The sons of Musket are In Brent
l demand Just now and the Importation of Foul
Phot will rausa moro than turning comment
P among horsemen
The midsummer meeting of tho Queens Coun
ty Jockey Club at the newly Improved aoue
card duct > track will begin today with tho following
Clr
Flr l Rare tor raalilen threeyear and up ward
purui tJOu of which I JO to the second and < 5 to Oat
t a hint sIx futlongc aeonl <
Kauf Ma ItO Kleupy Pick ins
Tout Moor Intl Iliimmlut Bird toi
t a Esesi lot Juanlta lot
hrrond luce tor uyraroMs purse 3no of
IJ
t a which 873 to Iht teeoiid and 120 to the third i selllnc
atlowanecsi nye furious < I
Emollouu Imposition 93
Ixirraula lOllmpllon vs
itouuiuiua itt 6tlhbo 1 S
T Rs tThe Ilul liandcip tot sit tt s
H
peril MA of wleh ts to the Moowl ud 190 t
o t
Oat third ona mil and a fnrlcif
lit Dotirttt 101
tlth lnayInIL tt 101
Aurfllan IIIOH Sir ftlC 00
Csplam T i 107 Inlu a a 100
Malt Iryrnr ICS cnaradf > r a PI
TumBkldmor sr a 1UI Flu llcn DO
Fourth llaec For all aim purl 1900 ef wklch I
473 ur hi second andSJJ to Ihl third allowance
ea mile
Kaxlrnird lUIHIrau M
nr I
Florlnda fODlMllwaukM I
Rtonentlla I07iold n I 19
DrershayeriO4flermsnlt a V4
Fifth ItacePor all I afiisi purse WOO of which 153
Ill bJ tOl 128 to the third iselllnf I altowanc < S
ons mile and a hall our 11 hurdles
Alaho flonavantiare141
g
Harry Alonro 131 lfayatW 133
RClJik 1rlmu 140 I4H Wlnihlp UU
JfLEKTlTOODa StXDSVSISlEn MEET
CraCk Trotter Will Hliirt In Horn art
Harness Race Thla ITcek
Entree t the midsummer trotting meeting
to b held at Fleetwood lark this week went I
made public yesterday and they ore such as to
Insure good sport for tho followers of harness
racing In this city during the next three days
In point of quality the horses engaged are a
surprisingly good lot and there are enough of
them certainty to crowd the track In nearly
very class The coming together of Cephas
Quartermarch Ilttle Tobo Dndley OlcotI and
Ran Pedro In the 210 class will b of unusual
Interest to tho local trotting fraternity for
Cephas Is not the only horse In the party that Is I
believed to bo capable of trotting In 2113 or
better Just now
A list of the trotters and pacers entered In the
faster classes Is given below In tho 120 class
trotting tho nominations Include such good
ones as Tansy D Fritz Wagner Charity Nlch
theroy Memorial C 1 leto Currnn Roy
Spendthrift and Gleason all of them well
known to New York horsemen The 235 class
trotting has l mammoth list of prospective
starters no ices tml tweltyalx IllTerelttable
living represented Among tho likely en
repreolte Amolj
trie are John Kellys fast horse Prince Mans
field who has beatenSJO In his work Kuretta
a speedy jountf mare from the stable of Elmer
Htovens Isaau neiiiingH Marigold by Elyria
the iiraltinroro mare linkwood Kate and Jacob
Huppcrts joung horse Col Hupperu Korlne
Kdltli Hose and Stormy Mist are some of the
o trotters entered In the 2Oclas and there
are probably others equally as good In tho field
of twenty or more The J2l1 class for pacers
has fourteen entries with Fred Jerkcn a con
verted trotter Vldalla about tire best known of
the lot Tire meeting will begin tomorrow
continuing on Wednesday alI Thursday with
three races each day Following are the entries
to tho faster classes
21 CLASH TIlOTTIMl PLIISE 400
Or ynHitgr if by Greenfield John Ramer
Ida It blkmljyeo r eliri I ikii W II N l hUt
Ike Wilkes hrg ty Irani WIlkes I D Krnett
Ittle I Tobe br 1 hy Panitlco A Mtrrincld
cjuartermarch b s by Quartermasur or Soudan
3
h l r g by Combat XV J ftnjiler
embla b I in by Klnit Almont K R Bowne
Lh1c 11 nrb
5 m r
Ccplias b K by Cyril John I Clbba
Juix b Khymiliman 1 heodore L Arthur
orhawk b in by Norral or Dudley Olcott ch h
lij Albert W oi John kelly
San Pedro blk R by Del 1 Sur I B Vlemlng
ghan Nelly W gr in 1 by Holla loHldust John Uoaa I
S18 CLASS TIIOTTINCI rtiiiRE J400
nraynelil sr ft by Orcenfleld John Ileamsr
Mall bOa in by leorta J Brooks aS II IL AchttfT
IkeUllkesbr ft by rand Wills I D Ernest
3tasgIe aimibell br n by Iamllco or Little Tobe
br a by Iamllco A Merrlfleld
uuartermarebb hs by Quartermaster or Soudan br
cy Combat W J Hnyder
Hussar b n by Sweepmakes W A Wynn
A Highland Danioiirt Lassie gr m Ur Young Highland Orayi
Pure Wllkes K a by Red WIlkes George H MIr
IMii
1
Jllbe D nby Ntlllman i Theodore I Arthur
St4ck Kiiprecht Farm bra by Favorite Wllkes Hudson Hirer
Lena llolleyro t by Director M 1 Devey
rastrlew h g by Alcyone John ely
Charley Ireen eh if by Preston John Daly
bi idbln
Halvau gr g by I luidane George f MartIn
1131 CLASS THOTTINO PURSE J100
Camlet cb r by Andante John Itemaer
Prince Purdy b K by Harelock or Hundley chI g
by Hathaway E a Clayton
Maggie Campb br m DbY Pamllco A MerrlOeld
Husur b s bl sweepstakes W A Wrnn
Ug bd
Conimerrlal Girl br m by Commercial Traveller
W J Snyder
AarUI U m by Almonarch A O Vosburgb
Nutshell b I m by Ia > oniie Prince K It Bowna
Beyrcutnb h liyMranifr John P Ulhbs
Oakland i j r r I K ly Fontaine tj George ITalsht
Xlchols Lucky loia ln cL g by s uta Patchcn 1 1
Larry I b g by Tangle I H P Llpplncott
1 reil j K h > PolouluH J s iJrot
Llnl UinntiiK b t by Princeton riwood Smith
Halvau Kr gbyhlaldune eorxe Martlu
affhan JeKsle i h m by Norwood star John Men
Daconls b 5 by Norwood Star Join Kelly
25 CLASH TROTTINU PUI 400
Maud X br m by Cot Crockett John Reamer
Dart 1 ft by McCurdy rWk IL Achufr I
Hussar b I a Sweepstakes W A Wynn
Kathleen b m by Stranger Thalia I Howard
Mary u I m ty Almonarih A I Votburgh
NUII1 b tar hy llavonne Prince K K Downe
mi Albans I lilk a by klnc Wllkes t ITk Illiculus 1
Ding lorw br s bv iii I Ilnvt A Kaul A Son
IilaOrrli I in by Atwood Iro < wct lanu
Lady Fargo b in l W spencer
lirookilde b g by Westcheiter J T Washburn
TlalKht Billy Ackeraon b gby Squire Talmadge Urorga
Little Wonder cbg by Due Bull Jr James W
Byrne
IrtHt EnsIgn b I g bj sir Folko JP Rogers
I adr hunch h in by Hannis Jo < eDii llouhtncar
> red h K bj Pnlonlus J S Murray
Duulex g g by Sort of Ethan Allen J II Whelpley
help Nose U m by Cyclone LIJ firming
i
Kuleta I b m try Mamorlno Dudley
ghan Jesale Clark b m by Norwood btar John Mona
Tom Scott g I by Nutwood W n Brooks
l18 CLASS PACING CURIE 400
Happlnew Ix 1 m by Judgp Salisbury John Reamer
lleresrord hlk e by Bermuda tdward Udell
Leila C I I by James Maillson K N Clayton
Allen J ch g bv leorgn W J W Chance
mlngway Nellie k gr i by bayonne Prince Broad Hem
Hugh A gr 1 by Prince Hal T C Gaston
Jim Harna bl by Monniouth 11 A Ulo Son
Flndley blk I ft br Corblna Banbaw Pronpect Farm
laIKI Palmetto Prince to sby IanrbrtnolIIot I George
Uoevln b m by Startle J F Brown
Veta b mly Dunton Wilkes Joseph Hechlnger
Farm Attractive b a by Alcantara Hudson Hirer Stock
Charley H eh irbr Jim Brown L n nurd
E 1
Lucrj a by William U John Daly
Little Barefoot b nt by Repetition E It Thomas
Btrectnm nimaeir Attain I
Dlrectaras exhibition mile In 200 at L
crosso on Saturday makes the son of Director
once more a prominent candidate for the
championship of the trotting turf After his
defeat In comparatively slow time at Minne
apolis horsemen generally counted him out of
the hunt but Ills later performance at Lacrosse
In vvlitch no trotted the llrHt half mile In l0isi
goes to show that he possesses all Ills oldtime
speed If nil legs nnd feet now stand up under
continued severe training tho black horse
caught to Improve enough to give AIlxs cham
pion mark of JOIH a close call All reports
cl Al
from the West where Allx has trotted this year
agree that the little uueen of the turf Is sore and
not In the best of condition McDowell was
forced to drive her out under the whip to beat
a10 with her last week t
Newport Cottager Interested IK Horsa
flaring
NuwroitT July HIt has been decided to
have horse racing here this season probably In
August A meeting was held on Saturday and
the matter considered I was decided to ob
serve the State law to tho letter and t allow no
betting a feature to which nmnyeottnuers ob
jectfd lint searon Kunds will b ralsral by sub
scription and ndmUslon charged to those not
aiding In the subscription Robert Uodet U I
prime mover In tho enterprise Other wealthy
cottagers are to aid him
A New Race Track at the 81 LODI Bale
bnll Park
ST Lot July 14rrcd Foster Thomas
Rodman and Chris Von der Ahe backed by
local and Eastern capitalists will open a new
race track here by Aue ao The enterprise has
solid and reputaliVhaeklnc and the projectors
hne applied to the Western Turf Congress for
recognition Tho now track will bo about six
furlongs lone and will Includo the grounds
and grand stand of the baseball park
Judge Kwlic Slake a New Hue Record
ror Cnnnda
Winnsin Ont July UThn sensation at the closing
of the Windsor harness meellnc veitemay t wa the pen
formuncii t Judge hwlnjr I II lu I the JlO pace In the
third heat he mailu the mile lu 2 OSW a airond faatrr
than Canadian rucord a race Juimmarleai
4 1 elll > lacing purs wliioo JuilKe Swing br a
by Wilkes hey IWrssli nrl Jewel secotrd buele O >
Illrd 101 Ile 20314
4itt I tlus trotting pun sao Blake b s by
rhiifdwo < IIIVI iSij1 Chit Mcn < BOUOC
third 11 1m 2 I3t
92lelatss pacing purse 00 Major IIalbr a br
Drown Hal IDIllliurr nrti Hilly 1 second Maud
Pollard thIrd Ifcst time V ll i14 aui
Yuchtlna Note or Intereat
The steam yacht Diane on tied hy William
Crozler of Governors Island has left Seahurys
place at Nyark where sir 1 baa bun overhauled
anti a now pilot house added <
The ncht Hu owned E
yacht lu Peep by I Townsend
f Greenwich has gone Into commission again
at Nyack where hl has ben lately overhauled
and repainted
A meeting of the Ilegatta Committee of the
Yorkvlllo vacht Club will b held this evening
at the club house foot of Kait Nlnetysecond
street t decide the protests which resulted
from the lat regatta of the club b h two
weeksago The William H GUI winner In the
Jib and mainsail clans was protested by both
the laul und the Cygnet whose skippers blh
Iklppr
leged that the GUI did not pans a certain buoy
properly I Is I probable that the committee will
order tit raco tg U rviallod
u
10
AIT IDEAL DAr TOR ROWING
Hrte M River Oars Zak Full A4VM
tag or the Flu Wtr
Yesterday was an Ideal day for rowing on the
Harlem Hirer tho first really Rood 8uno v for
some time The oarsmen took full advantage
of the favorable clrcnrnaUincea Tire intermediate
illate fouroared elicit crew of the Metropolitan
Hawing Club left for Saratoan on Saturday
Eight other member went with them and If I
teen more will go tomorrow The club had out
two fotiroarel hells two doubles anal bat A
dozen single VmU yesterday Four entries will
L ninth In the Middle Stales regatta a fol
lows Junior finale shell Intermediate four
oared 1 gg senior fouroared gig and junior
fouroared shell crews
The following aro the candidate for the
Junior olifutoarcd shell crew which Copt
Mayer of lao Lone Star hiorst Club Is I making up
fnr the Middle States regatta henry Kuri
James Newman Henry Looh
man henry Wolf lelr Lob
J Kramer Fred Victor 15 Tim C ItoienlMlm
and Al Oreenipoclit No positions will be assigned
signed until shortly before the regatta a i Citpt
Mayer wishes to first thoroughly try the men I
Stom and Mnier who were victorious In the
junior double shell race at the Long Island re
gatta on Saturday will keep In training And
enter as Intermediates In the Middle States re
gatta Tho club had out ft number small
bal yesterday
Members of the Empire Boat Club who taw
the flnlsh of the junior single sculls race at u the
Long Island regatta say their young sculler
Mulhearn finished second Mulhcarn thinks p
too On the other hand the Metropolitan How
IneClub men aro eqnallv positive that their
man Husscll was second and Mulhearn third
as the judge decided Doth will keep In train
Ing nnd will meet again In the Middle States
regatta
All of the small boats of the Wyanoko club
were out jcsterday nnd both of the barges The
sixoared barge was taken on 1 crulso to Point
View Oak Point and Flushing Day The crew
were Bow Mcjer Z Lang a I titnshclmer 4
Hertz r Weinberg stroke Motzler coxswain
Samuel loewl A tmtrourefl gig crew went to
College Point The olehtoared barge also went
to College Point with thlscr w flow Uowdell
Colege
2 Htelninan a i Hales 4 Krlcdlandcr ft Mc
Intytr U Buckman 7 Meriuoheoti stroke
lcan coxswain Ileut Walker 1 C Dean
delegate to tbe National Association cf Ama
teur Oarsmen and apt William Graham will
leave for Saratoga tomorrow to attend the
meeting of the aMoelatlnn
Capt Cassldy of the Union float Club expects
to Iwvo a junior eightdarn hell crew In the
Middle States regatta Them aro twelve candi
date who will start rowing this evening The
Intermediate fouroared pig crew which won at
the Long lalnml regatta last Saturday will also
be entered Tho members of the club spent
yesterday In pleasure rowing The elghtonreil
shell with fmwen rut coxswain was out several
times during the day Lury WAS coxswain of n I
crew which took the clghtoarcd barge up to
Ilrnnsons anti Cornell was In charge of the
fouroared barge which went to College Point to
bring hack the fouroared gig used by the clubs
victorious crew last Saturday number of
smaller boats also were out
lire 1 annual regatta nf the Nonpareil Itowlng
Club will be hold on Saturday Aug 4 The
members of the committee are KxCnpt Wit
lam Cody Chairman George C Snyder Itobcrt
Jenkins William Hainan and Henry Klennan
The llstol events Is not yet decided The club
bad out both Its elghtoarid barges yesterday
Hlefel took one to College Point and Meyer
was In charge nf the other which went to High
Bridge A Junior fnuroared shell crew will be
entered In the Middle States regatta KxCapt
Cody of tho Nonpareils attracted much atten
tion on the river ate In I the afternoon 1 t navi
gated a tub which was handsomely painted In
stripes of the club color orange and black
I Is orobable that the Junior double sculls
crew of the Dauntless How Ing Club wilt not po
to Saratoga although entered In the Intermedi
ate double sculls race there on account of their
ae
defeat nv the crew of the Overpeck Boat Club
at the Long Island regatta on Saturday They
will b entered In the Middle States regatta In
stead The senior clghtoared crow for the
latter regatta aro doing very well and
nere out entcrdny as usual The club
was also represented on the water by the
eightoared barge which Dr Knublo and
a part of friends took up to Ilronsons
1ho active members of the Nassau Boa Chair
turned out In force They went to City Island
for a shore dinner Quite a fleet was nccusarv
to carry them I Included eightoared burgo
and a naphtha launch
The senior eight of the First Bohemian Boat
Club left on Saturday for Saratoga In company
with the delegation from the Metropolitan Row
Ing Club aton 1Ietropltnn
DATJS LEADS AT THE flAT
Five of the New York Well flinched with
the SllckIlrookljrns Record
It has now narrowed down to a struggle be
tween six players for leading batting honors In
the New York club With the exception of
Davis Meekln Van Haltrcn Tlernan Doyle and
Schrlver the local players hav not dono much
with the stick Van Haltren dropped back last
week and Davis now leads There Is a differ
ence of only eight points between the frt dvo
men While the clubs average shows a loa of
two points over the previous wick their op
ponents went back three points In tickling
Doyles men advanced one point and their op
ponents two
Urinin Shlndle Daub Grim and Tred way are
doing the best hatting for the Bronkl > ns espe
cially hindle and Tiedway Foutzs men last
week lost one point In batting and two In field
ing Their opponents neither improved nor
lessened their batting figures but added three
points to their Holding average The following
Inclusive are the averages of the two clubs up to July U
sEw YORKDATIII
Namta Games An R in sfl3fl I1Msn R Cent
Davis 47 IlY 00 17 It 8 4 I 0 53
ekln 12 42 H 14 I I I 0 0 133
vo nlrn6d 2e 41 30 t H 1 18 8 332
riernan 5 224 On 74 to I 4 24 I 030
nole40 103 II as J 1 I 10 0 310
hrter21 YO 161 4 I 1 I I 011
Irurke40 latH 1 > U 7 I I II I 11
Iturle25 bIt 4 43 1 0 0 I 0 a 211
Hermn14 45 HiI I 0 4 I 244
W Clart11 7 7 17 t 1 t IU
Clurke 11 14 I 12 1 0 0 n t 0 222
Farrell414 1 11 4 4 I 6 0 220
Stattord515225 2 414 3 10 1 218
Fuller rsitaa OT 4i S 7 0 m
Wilson 07101 H 20 1 0 0 1 I IYI
Murphy 2 Ia 10 13 I 1 U U 1 18t
rIELnlSI
Games ll Out Aull Jr Jr c
l
Doyls40 IUI 52 11 071
I 07
WClatt8 170 13 6 0815
German 14 I ti t 187
flvls47 16Y 14 III 047
fluMe25 7 0 4 un
TIrnn 01 10 I I I
WIon2 1 I 31 12 035
Farrell454 117 71 II 124
Ihrlr2 121 12 14 011
Van 1lrloa I al II 111 01
nurte40 71 a w oni
FullerIt 110 203 115 loa
HlarurO 11 11 J2 0t
Slurpir44 I A 21 5 358
Sicekin 12 A 22 4 3714
CIrke16 0 13 4 HIH
TEAM BArrING
Club At lint Rn flej flits hrr
hew a 101 61 20U
OPIIDtV2t 451 631 t2
TEAM FlrIttNI
ISrt Out Assist rors hr f
1 Er r
New YorkhliMI 1414 203 11214
Opponent IVI I HJU 20J 11
BltOOKLYSllATTINO
rtr
Name Genre 411 R IH ID snlllt ABST Colt
Kenned 17 A7 M 21 2 I 0 I a 351
Ijii nance 114 274 03 hS 1 11 2 21 I 841
t4lilnlle511204 IIS ill II I It 1 2514
iirintn titsni on 77 111 A A 18 11 1513 I
Voutt 14 A3 U 10 rI I i 211
21
Daub 10 81 II 1 I 0 0 9 I lilA
Illhrl1 At 1 1 I 0 I n I I I 117 11
ltcirrreh21 1 70 10 lu 4 0 as I 271
1 27
Dal SI 200 115 A4 13 5 2714
Tralwsy47 INK ni BO X g 4 8 vnli
Klein 14 43 I 14 I I 0 0 0 17
Orln4 104 2li 41 II I I 6 4 VIO
1
Anderson 41 ItS lit 4 0 I 4 II 0 1M
Lucid 17 uu 10 10 0 a 0 I t VQA
Corcoran HI 211 l un la f I 1 II 1 21
Iralley24 71 I IH 1 I I I 0 237
Burn IN 73 7 in 0 I 0 0 0 a
Burrell I 14 t 4 U U t U U HJ
riELDINO
Oamrt VIII out Asthts r Iki r
1ohnoe63 otU 111 10 l
IJIy I 3 61 la 4 14
SteIn 1 4 21 I 912
11
Iriffla I r lilt 12 II 5133
g
ennedyri 4 34 It 11511
ialy 1 IU I tl 10 IHI
IUI11 IY 4 I 013
IlmbnIO I 12 1 031
ororIf1 10 287 Oi 121
LucId17 I 18 I 021
rrierota411 102 4 U lt
Irll 11 I hIS 21
tub 10 I 12 I 017
Hblole1 02 II 18 UOI
Schoeb9 1 21 an 1 R YOI
Fonts 1 it 4 4 1417
Treaiwsy47 Hd 3 10 MI
UlrI 3 19 0 4 81
TEAM DATINO
ltnIt Itunj JtaaeIItIerCt
Brooklyn 217 441 130 on
Opponents42515 443 11 11
TEAM rnItIW
Pail flat 4uts L5vors JW St
rl n1 11 E h
nrkI11177 5430 1M 98
OPIAflII bil 121 118
Milliard
Old Comanche Billy Sexton who played three
cushion carrom afalait Frank Christian hu
Mrcralncik 0 I 1 to crou cue with L Straw
who ba not played In the Metropolis In a very long
tim at the Alpine parlor 1202 Broadway on Wtd
neaday evening KhawuodtrtklnK l to play I 200 point
ni no count against the excharoplon lloth plajtr
tI
will air lbs billiard iovers au eihlbltlon of the fancy
tad trick thoti after tbl aim
7 r i
ARK TiE PURSES CUT UP t
rnOJlUlONAL nZCYCLlSr nva
lFCTnD Of AltnASOIKO JtACS1
omeUU aid M iBanictnr r Itnbloas a to
the tar or the Cask Pria Hcheme
Class H Men Mast Ntay e They Ar or
Io Their Mal > r1enow the Prlacsj
ITcr niclrllinted nl ADO rr
Ilnldi Grand Record XlamhattiiM Ileaeh
Management Freest Out CU A Hider
The outlook for professional bicycle racing In
this country Is not encouraging While the
League of American Wheelmen ba decided to
assume jurisdiction over this department and
will be supported by the Cycle Hoard of Trade
leading league officials and the manufacturers
look forward to the outcome with distrust The
L A W has within tho last few years been
steadily educating the racing men up to tho
cash prize standard by allowing them to accept
salaries and expenses and by overlooking fre
quent breaches of the rules dealing wIth the
sale of prizes I
Even In tho face of thse facts the league has
repeatedly refused to take cognizance of profes
sional racing until this season and now tha ex
planation offered for the now departure II that
tho league oniolats feel compelled to anticipate
tho possible formation of a professional leaguo
and tho usurpation of their powers over tho
racing Interest Tho announcement In Tnn bux
of yesterday that tho manufacturers who sup
port tho financial department racing havo de
cided not to engage any professionals this sea
son will have the effect of giving that class a
big setback Allured by the prom Iso of big
purses and tho support of the trade racing men
have been In readiness to rido for cosh but the
situation within the past tow days has changed
Tho racing men havo concluded to remain In
class n rather than lose their salaries
Representative of the professional contingent
were In Asbury Park last week exposing rolls of
greenbacks to tho unsophisticated racing mel
and offering them glaring Inducements t fall
Inline All such promises were fruitless fare
of the Influence that the dealers wield over tho
racing men Tire profeeslonal races at the no
tional meet brought together only n handful of
nlddleclass riders and tho marked contrast
letweon the reception accorded to them and
the men who ride In Thus I showed that than
alter class Is I the popular department and that
its continued recognition by the league seems
aurel The antagonism of ottlclnla and man
ufacturers to professionalism Is I due to their fear
that cash races will not bo run fairly I will
take considerable time to erase the Impression
rented by races of this description In the past
VicePresident George Perkins Albert Molt
toward K Raymond and other leading lawn In
the I A V are opiioacd I to professional races
and have e asserted themselves Tho lending
llrms who ho tell In ilaas B this neaon
havo made the saute declaration The L A W
has simply taken control of profcslonnllsra tu
protect Itself It wi take care to provide rules
nnard sanctions and govern tire professional
race hut it Is unlikely that It will take any
stops t puh cashprlzo racing It Is reported
that an otter was made to A G Spalding by trot
ting men Interested In cycle racing to have him
accept the presldencj of an association for the
declined covci nineit of professional cycling and that bo
Iho present agitation of the professional
question Is I ascribed tr tho efforts nf 1 tow pro
fessional trainers who are eager to secure con
trol of some fast professional racing mel In
order to derive canltnl from the movement
Tire L A W will likely oberve the result of
all the professional races run this Reason and
at the next meeting of tho National Assembly
take some action to either adopt a profes
sional and amateur class or el iu retain thico
classes of ratting A B I and professional
At several places where large uurses are being
hung up for the winners no prmlslon has been
made for the place This fact
mate len hl frsctgives strength
to the idea that the leading men who are travel
ling around tliiuiuntrj ror such races under big
expenso are dividing the purses In fact a
trainer when asked recently how he made out
on his Wctern trip inadvertently mae
Ohl dont know Vo havent divided the
pUO e AH a result of the action taken on
cton
the professional question It eel o Ident that
the racing Interests of the L A W will undergo
a me thaiiKi next tear
The trophies during the national I
Iurlli natonnl meeting of
the League of American Wheelmen at Asbury I
Park last week were hell distributed among the
different racing men Itldcrs from this section I
fared ni II Kddlu lliild rand hay McDonald ran
first and second In two of the championship
eent A table of the positions secured in tho
flnnlt at the meet follows
ViinK llrftilrnct rtnt Sort ThIrd
C C a I1rlrlerlurII01 o Tir
1 > MeKaj IHnur 0 i I
K W Sutirnbrugh DIIIVIT i o 1
W r Douglas New urk 1 o
A V Alul t Ihnvor o 1
C S HrlKlmw New ork II u t
A farilhipr bliagf 1 i
F 1 AlacIrlriaagfleIri > 0 i 0
K J Jenns Itlta 0 0
Nut Puller Ilnstiin 1 n 0
r H Coulter Tiilnln 1 I I I
t C HaM Huftalo 4 o 0
F J TitusNew Ylrk 0 1 0
K < Johnson nevelanil 0 o I
r M 1 Fru Ven lark 1 0
U as PaUii Hronklyn 0 1 0
Ixiulu Hunter H < rui iolntrr i I
J F 1 Uarr > Niracuse 0 0 1
r I 1 Lealhcrbur Halttluore I 0 a
I K 111 Manchester0 i 0 4
J M nalduln IatorMin l 1 o I
W MtCutchton Ililntlrlil 0 1 II
1 Speneir H I Imnre o n I I
I elkmldSw lork o a I
AI Wise New Inrk 0 1 II
F Eekharteypora 0 0 I I
C 31 Iurph1nrokln 0 i I
A W iorlcrallhsm I I o I
W A Dninrn Ven York 1 0 I 0
f A Church heater 1a 1 o I
I Davidsarirllrrulford0 i I
Monte OIIlnlhlI o I
Tom Butler Bonton i i Ii
f 1 Monhtr New ork 0 n I
110 Wlnler Tenaaraadrt0 I u
The winnings of the professionals are as fol
lows
P il BerlpBoston 831 A Stewart Redley Park 110 O
f
Cutler lloiton 43 J Eaton Elizabeth aj 3o7conn
Baker Columbus J40 Ie f klumtord Chester 1a r
73 Jbtarbuck New forkfIO HBartholomew 823
Kddle nald the Dutlalo rider won two no
tonal chumplonshlp medals a diamond stud
valued at 5U and a ticket for a passage to Eu
ropfa and return Since the beginning of the
year llahl has up to July 4 raced In thirteen
onemile races mid tlnUhed llrst In all but two
In these two he finished second to Cabanne He
started the season at San Joso Cal on April UO
by winning tire mile invltntlov In the then com
petltlverccordtltne of 04and his victories from
that time may b briefly chronlclod a follows
Manchester N I May HO time U13 > 1 Co
tme
hoes New York June I tIme 227 ClInton
Mass Juno I tme 225 15 Hochester Juno
11 time 01 a05 1Innhatan Bench Juno Ii
tune 204 21 ahham JUle 11 time
21015 lkelbarre Pa June 2a time 211 tme
same place June 1 time aOH 45 Manhattan
Beach June ail time 202 15 Bulnlo Ianhatan
time aO US These performances represent an
average of about a10H for each race
The Century Cycle Club of Newark held a
century run to Pea Girt and return vosterday <
lIre irquml Club Wheelmen of Hrookljn will
hold a rculury run to 1alchoguo on July ai 1
They will hold series of
wi holt a handicap road races
un Aug 11 ov IT the Merrlck course
The Manhattan ItlcycleClub has arranged the
following club runs July yo and SI Ietkskill
Iekskl
July U8 City Island AUK 4 ewhurlhAul 12
Now Dorp They will mild their annual road
races on Labor lay
The following races will b run at Elkwood
Park Long Branch on Wednesday One mile
Rnvlco two mills handicap class A one mile
handicap class A one < mile open class A one
professional mile open professional two miles handicap
The ofllclals of the
ollelals Manhattan Reach cycle
11nbatan
track havn decided to abandon the class A
events scheduled to take place at their big race
meet on July 21 Two class I Invitation races
have been hubstltuted for tho Inlnton
The professional races to be run In conjunction
with the clas I cvcnti will be as follows i Ono
mile scratch paced ono mile humtlcau ten
miles scratchlpaced onemile tndem scratch
for pacemakers only
For the Alfred Itooaevrlt Memorial Cup
The raco for the Alfred Roosevelt Memorial
Cup of tbe KeawanhakaCorlnthlan Yacht Club
will be sailed on Saturday off the club house at
Oyster Hay The race will b open to all yachts
belonging to the club of fifty feat racing length
or under They will sail A one class the con
ditions being that they shall 1m I sailed hy ama
teurs shall not carry rlubtopsalis and If cat
boats shall carry mulnsalU only here l Is I no
restriction us to crow The course for tho race
will be as follows
From a line between the club float and a stakeboat
1hOal
to and around a mark ambored north of Plumb
Point and dlttant about one and a half mllesi tlitnca
lon < around a mark ancborid southeast of Moses
Point I buoy 1 theme to and across HID starting linn
uol W 1
twice aroundi thence after nnlihlnf lIre arcond
round to and around the Black Channel buoy i thence
to and around lire mark on Moses Point 1 buoy thence
to and acrosn tire starting Hue twice 1 around to a nn
lh miles across thu stamina Hue about fourteen nautical
Nag Harbor Yacht Hlotptd by tho Toe
Budo
10
Tbe boat of Ibo Volunteer Yacht Club of Sat Har
bor had lbs llrellMt kind of a uperDC In the
second series of race of the season held on Satur
day over Ore usual oneeighth of a mil triangular
course Eight boats started but only four UnUhed
the fleet running Into a pur lion I or the tornado that
swept over Long island when nearly half nf lIre
course had been covered The Louise owned and
aalled by Capt William I Young assumed the lead di
rectly after gun Are and finished Dr l coming home
under rioublereefcd saIls Her time was I hour and
36 minute TIre Winifred Capl Fraud Palmer
tamo U i tecooil In I hour I miaul tad 60 seconds
rnia WEEKS jtAssnA OAKES
What tli New leek nronklrsii aid
Other Texnl lluve Before Them
The Kew Yorks will clay tit games tills week
and must hustle to win at least four of them
They open at 8t Louis I today and will also play
at the samo place tomorrow and Wednesday
On Thursday Friday and Saturday tty will
tackle the rejuvenated Loulsrlllos Amos
Ituslo will pitch this afternoon and either
Mcrkln or German tomorrow Dad Clarke on
elating Wednesday On this plan Kusle will
open at Louisville on Thurrday Tho St Louis
pitchers barring Ilreltensteln havo practically
gone t pieces during the past week so that
two victories for the Now Yorks will satisfy
the local enthusiasts The work of the Louis
vllles against the Ilostons Indicates that no
tram has any business to fool with them and
that tho Now York will have to play their best
game lo win twice In the coming urIc
1le
The IlrooKlyns will meet the Loiilsvllles to
day nnd tninorrow atnl 1 11 hursday Friday
anti baturdny they will see what they can do
with tho Cleivelands Their I victory at Pits
buruh on atiirdny < wo mOlt encouraging to
their many friends and SliCes them to believe
that Foil Its men may win three nf their five
gaInes this week The Bostons will play six
hard games three at Cincinnati anal three at
< jnlne
Chicago while tho Ilalllmoies will alto have
tholr nnmls full with three games nt Cleveland
and two at Cincinnati Tire IhltadHphlasare
scheduled for six games ciiuallv divided 1 he
tvv ecu Chicago and 1lttstmrijli ThoIlltsburghs
will play at Washington today and tomorrow
owing to than I races at t the former city and ou
Friday and Saturday tire Washlngtons will visit
HI Louis
Word tomes from the New York Club ofllclals
In tire West that Manager Dovles tinkle Is all
right now and that he will begin playing regu
larly some day this week Mctkln also clalmx
11
to bo leady to pilch hit the management will
not hurry his return to thn box until he laos entirely
tirely recovered the use of iris arm Clarke
rlarkablf1lchlnl Is tire talk Ir tire baseball
world Considering the obstacles that were
thrown in his way when he first came bore
from Erie ho deserves nothing but pralso for
his cleverness
118 clovernes I
HUXDAT OV Tlir DrA rOD
Thai nrooklin Defeat the IonlnTlllee
with Kane
IxiuisviLiF July HTho Hrooklyns won
todays game In the first Inning hammering
We > hlng all over the nell Tho largest crowd
since the opening of tho season went to tho park
to see tho Loulsvlllos wlpo tip the earth with the
men from the City of Churches but ns usual
whenever a large crowd attends tho game tho
Colonels were badly beaten Every man on tho
Brooklyn team faced Wcyhlng In the first
Inning Griffin and Hhlndlo coming i to tho
plate twice Anderson led his tcnm at the but
cloiely followed by irlflln Iaclmnrc and Cor
coran trim wan not feeling well and Con
Dalley relieved trim In the third Inning Wright
Louisvilles outfielder I rural ire Southern
League made his first appearance and created
a good Impression Die score
BnOOKL tOtlSVIIIK
Lnvlu
KIBIO a E I nliiro A F
Orlfnnc f 3 2 B o 1 I OBrien 21 bo I 0 a 1 0 I
Shlndle Sd b I I 120 Collins M i ti I 1 1 n li l
Anderson I t3 i 2 n u lark II I o I I u I o I
Lathaute Ib 8 I I 0 1 n l Shuitart n 00 2 1 5 0 I l
Tredwayr fll I lOt tltlft III 1 o I 14 0 II I
orcoraii Lal U 4 I o U right c f 0120 II
Daly id ha I 1 1 3 1 1 I lelllliiirr rtO 2 2 1 2
rmc 1 120 o Warner c 1 1 2 0 o
Daller I I 11 I WeyhiiiK p I 0 II 1 II
Meln l J 103 o 3I < Drnnottpo 0 2 1 1
Totals 161S27 ii t I 11 TotalsI u24 J8 4
Brooklyn HI 4000 i 0 Ill
Louisville 0 U II II I u 0 2 0 U
Earned runs Ilrooktjn 5 Loulsrllle 1 First base
by errorsDriMikljn 9 Left on haws Brooklyn5
Ixmlsrilie V Firal taste on ballnorr JU Derniott 1 I
oft hleln 2 Struck out1 McDermott a by Melu
I Home runAnderson Thnclic hit Collins
Twobaie bits shuicart bhlmlle Irlm GrIme stolen
bases lycliancf 11 Tredway Hit by pitcher
SVrigtrt UmplreMurph TimeTwo hours
ALTIMnnE U ClllCiOO S
CnicAno July 14 Baltimore made It three straight
from Chicago today The champions imnlajed the
Chicago roan start 10 finish The former were very
lucky wilma tin slick bunting the ball at every op
pnrtunlty The largo number of homo runs In ac
counted for bj the largo crowd whIch inruded the
field Attendance 12000 The score
CaIlcAlo I B1LTIMOBF
R In TOIE I nisroAy
Deckerrf 1 0 II JlJIcnran 3113 3 I a 1
Dahlen a a 1 0 I 70 Knl rrf 0 a 8 0 0
W llmot I f 0 1 2 II I o lennlnfa se0 1 4 5 n
An > hat blr 217 II Kelley I I f I 1 1 II I 0 I
Langec f ooio I I u llr < xll > c f o n I t o o
Pvernt Kd irO 0 1 1 1 llli nson 2ti I II l S 7 1
htHwcrtVdb1 1 8 4 oCariV 1st ir0 I ID II i n
Klllrlilgecl 1200 I Clark c 22 2 00
Jriliillrp0 007 4 1 II i Clarkionp I 0 0 1
Totalt2 02719 1 Totals11 11 2722 a
Chicago 00001 100 1 02
Baltimore t o a II 2 1 3 2 0u
Famed runsChicago sj Baltimore 7 First base
bv errornCilHKO 2 Baltimore I Left on bases
Chlcngo u Bulllmore 8 First base on hallsOtt l
CiarkMin 1 OIT I innitn 1 kirmk mitliy earl milla
I lloinis runs Stewart Slcdraw Clarltfioii Keller
Three bane hit Mcllraw Twivhasn lilt Jlcllraw
hacrrlae hit ClarkKiin Stolen basoDahlen Doubln
plain Dalilen stenart and An en lleunon and
tarry lilt bj pitcher Jinmngs Clark Everett
Wild trhtrimtto Pasaed LallClnrk UmpIre
Keife Tlino2 In
KT 101 is 8 rinujvn 4
ST Loiw July 14The gnnie scheduled here for
Sap lii with trio tlevelamls was tilaytd today by
agreement and was won by SI Loufa allhouirii ri pro
test Is IILelylo I bo ailed as the umpire plaliily dlire
garded a gala lag rule Brcllinuteln outpointed Wll
ion In the box Attendance 4ooo The score
ST torts i ciJtrujMi
iuliiroAF n iuroit
Brown ft lino o Burkett 1 f 0 n o o u
Cooleyl f I 2 8 1 0 ljliKeans str I II 1 2
quInn db 28441 I I Teheran lb1 1701
Connor 4 Utb o u 7 1 o ChllilsMb 0 1 3 i I 0 I
Miller e l 1 1 0 o ot onnorc 1 1 n II 0
Fly a s 1 1 I 0 JlcAleir c f I 1 1 0 0
flown rf 0 I 2 0 0 MiOarr la b 1 II l 4 1 0
IjomOMb I 1 1 lIBIake r f u 1 Ia i 0 I 0
Brelttteln pO Oil o WIlson p 0 1000
Totals 512270 31 Totals T 10Ji 0 3
Connor out hit by batted ball
St Louis 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 S
Cleveland 00030010 0I
Famed run8t Louis 4 Cleveland I Three base
hits Child McAleer Homo run Uulnn Stolen
liassMcKean Ely larrarl t2a Fleet Irate on balm
111 DreltenntHn 4 by Wilson 4 Hit by pltcherlly
llon2 Struck oiitII Ilrelleustrln fl try Wilson
8 l Paswd ballMiller Umpires btalcy slOt Wallace
Time 2jO
vvABimarox 0 CINCIIIATI 3
Cisavun July UThn Vashlnntonstdefrated the
home team tiMtny for the first time this season An
der on pitched great nail and secured a hit over lime
he came to the bat Attendance 8000 The score
CI1CIS TI I UiblllVlTOV
IBIOIE lBroAr
Tatham Sri b 1 o I o oSelbach I fl 2300
Hoy I f l I 10 I ulloyie alltI I 2 3 2 1
Melhee 2d btl 2 2 4 0 llaiwamer r fl V 1 0 0
EwIng lstbI 14 o Canrlght Ib 1 1 H 0 0
MIller f o 2 II n o Miiiiilrec o 0 it l a n I
Hmlth 5 s 0 0 1 7 1Mercer a s 0 0 1 I o I
llogrlevercf 0 l n 1 ocrooks2db 1 1 l 4 a n
Murphyo0 0 o l i Abbey f 1 II l 4 1 2
foremanp 1 n 2 0 Anderson p2 4 u 0 I 0
Ithlnes t ooouo
Totals11122710 3
Totalsm 83713 2
Cincinnati 0 0 1 n 0002 03
W hlngUm 0 1 2 2 II 0 0 u I 1U
Famed riinicinelnnatl 2 Washington 4 Left
on bawicinclnnatl 7 Wanhlngton 8 First ba n
on lMlliOn oreman I off Amlruon 4 Struck out
By Anderson 2 three havo hit Miller ivlbach
Twobase hItaSeibrach Cranks irorlhl PlayslIe
rriever tlaarlltr and Ewing rarrllh SJclirr anal
1wing Uaaaplreaialin allah ODray Tiure23
Tare rtnonl
Ll u n Q i
CLVu
ii S S S S 4 ri 37
hiiletaurgir 2 4 45 54
t r i u i t s a 0
I I 4 Sj I II 3 1 4 31
1 2 0 1 ti A 1
Chicago 4 3 3 1 s 4 4 a 4 4
S 3 a 4 3 2 4 31
ilrrftkiya 21 4 74 1
New I 2 3 3 7 2 1 4 43i
tat I I 1 2 3 5 1 I 1 271
i 3 I II I 2 I 13
frames lost I2L4 2ss Ill 32 MIX 34 15
Eastern 1easkue
aTsaceac 7 avytaco 6
arrFAmo syaacvp
nharroAa iIhIar0Ar
Ilottenus I fth U ii Ii 1 Welch e f I 1 4 1 0
lrauiay fidb1 2 18 4 1 Hweerreyrf3 9 1 0 Ia
Shearen r r I I 2 1 2 14i1ltrfl a r ml I 2 0 0
CIVIIICFc f3 4 1 0 II Stlnnlrru8dbO 1 1 2 1
SVlae 2ri b 11 1 4 Ii I lower lit bO 2 11 II ii
Iaoseo 1 4 4 II I FaazataOribO 2 4 5 1
fIeld lit b 0 I II a r Mrs ss 1 1 I 2 1
IAwacss 4 0 2 1 ilicso 0 0 8 I 0
SVdaworltr Ia 0 I II I 0 Galleon p 0 0 0 2 0
trquhart 0 0 0 0 a
Totals 714970 3
Totalsii 14 27 13 Ii
Urqubart batted for Field
Ilufralo 0100030094i
byrscuae 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 l7
Earned run Buffalo A Syracuse 3 First bate by
rronllurraloVj Hyracuw4 THobaaahltabrauby
Hheantn Dowa Hwiruey Mlnnahan Tower Home
runHwe ney Stolen bau civmer jllnnaban
Iowcr first baH tin taailstrr Uadworth2 htruck
out By Wailworth 3 by launon 4 Double play
Wise anal fiei1 I vweg Vlu > and rlild Loft on bale
Iluffalo Byracuita6 Umpire Dottcher lime
AT nociiEimtHriurr oiiiK
Rocairravia 7030570
rrllaroAa Kleroag
OItrlen r f 1 I 4 0 I Iihlirnick2lbl I o o
Daly I I 0 0 Pa rre r f 1 1 0 0 1
1usb c 0 I 0 I Frriraan c f 4 8 0 0 4
hiatirlaurgb0 0 0 2 2 hnrlttr 34 I II I I 1 a
hlweensy 5 50 1 A S 0 luaenlag ua t 9 iii I U
WhitelaeadlibO I I 4 tlrcrnottas4 Ii 4 Il a
hlreekrldgelboJ 0 14 4 0 Mear I I 15 1 8 0 0
lrraer I I 2 0 14 0 I I
Whke e 0 0 15 1 0 Casey a 1 0 1 0 0
Harper p 0 0 0 Li U Gray p U 0 4 o
Total 1 0X411 7 Total 10182715 0
Rochester 0 0 1 0 0 0 o o 1
Toronto U02S0010 15
Earned runTronu o First base by error To
ronto i TwotMtte hlti0Brttn LuKnbtrf Dcmont
4
v
rMbaM hltMil > nlek rrr ma Dtneait Ito t So
NueaDaly IMmont Htara 1Cse7 SacaIltre tit
Payne Double playBhlnnlck Meals and Lotrn
berg L flonbate nocbet r SI Toronto F1r l
has on talliort Harper 8 i irr Gray tt Struck oil
By llarper 41 by Oral A lilt by pllcherCaaey
failed tallCai y UmpireHunt Tlmt8
kCOKl OAME
itocnnrrit I TOUOTIO
PILlOE nlnr0 ir
OPrienrf3 940 o Rhlnnlckdbil 1041
paly I f 4 4 t 0 I Pay no r f V o U 0 o
i uiVcfd Old 8 Krvfminofa oooo
Hamburg Sbl I 2 4 0 SmIth IM b l 1020
flwpeneys50 1 0 I I lmenlwritlb I III n n P
WhllehedBb 0 I 1 0 P Demont a sO H 8 0 0
Beekttfjlb I 180 2 Mearalf I 0 O II n o
SihIte c u 0 A 0 l raneye o l a n u
Baldwin ptJ 1 1 2 o Uittrockp l l o a o
Totals7 10 Si 5 5 TotalsIi b87 14 1
noeholer l
Toronto a o I u 4 9 I 0 U
Earned runsItocheeter 41 Toronto 5 First baM
by error Toronto 8 Two bane hltsOItriefl Bald
win Threftba bit Daly Home run Hamburg
Daly Stolen bale Lutenbern Demnnt Freeman
Double plav Demont Hhlnnlck and Lutenbern trIll
Wltlroek Hhlnnlckand tutenlierir Left on lasses
Itochenter 71 Toronto a First taupe on belleOtt
Baldwin at off Wfttrock it Struck oulny ldwln
21 hy Wlllrnck 2 Wild pltch nndwln li WitS
rock 1 UmpireHunt i lme2 hour
THE nrconc
i
Cu
r r
I I S S 7 1 314
I I S 3 4 3 5 6 4
SVllkesberte 4 6 3 2 4 6 4 51
3 3 5 1 4 II 311
ilrlttalr 3 2 P 4 5511 34
5 ¼ rantran 2 3 2 3 4 I 11 21
ilnclrrater 3 2 2 6 6 I t
2 4 3 3 2 31
Osanesiost2I3476I1S23I111442Oa
Western League
At Grand Rapldsflt Paul 10 Grand naplds 8
At Terre Hauiollllnraukee S Trro Haute J
Western Anocl tlo
At Rockfnrd Itockfonl 0 Jacksonville 9
At St Jnirphht Joseph 4i Omaha U
Hittthern League
At Memphis Montgomery U Memphis 0
At Mantvlllohtaiisrlllr 8 Atlanta 6
Other Oslo
ccnix niAini It luossiurs 0
NewARK Jade 11The Cuban Giants had a bIg
bntilnit > treak In theelihtli innIng In the frame with
the Iroinldfn today nnd pulled a victory not of the
lire In that inning Iltcher Illroy wan hit safely
eIght successive times for a total of fourteen baled
tIre visitors scoring nine rum Thu score
ctIlAN OIASYM iitOttalDZS
nlIroAE LIhrOAT
AJsrksnnilb4 4 4 5 I AItothtirsscr I H S I
WJaeksnrfO I 2 tI 0 florehsd st I 4 II II 4
Viiliarars C t I 4 2 II bietrlcht ftr Ia I r a
iratra 21 b2 1 4 7 1 Wstwckeri tt 2 2 I 0
Jsckuofllft 2 I I I It Rhtes2 I I II I I
13lrlen I lurl 1 II hierrey li bU II 2 1 0
1ol4on let b0 2 I 1 1 I lamsr let 0 II II I
Tcrrlllss 1 11 51 3 I J Itrthfs rr1 I 4 0 0
StIller a t o 2 ilIroy p 1 0 0 1 o
Totals ii f 22 4 Totals5 0 27 17 3
lahan 0 0 1 1 1 1 9 IIl
Iranlrles t 0 0 1 1 I 1 1 1 5
Earned runsCuban Giants 8 Treflslles 4 lint
baa on rrorsCrrhao lianle 2 Ironeldes 3 First
lase on taahiCtrlaan illrrts I fronalaiai 4 Struck
OUttUhatr 4IIatrts I Ironslrles 2 ieft aa tarts
Cuban Hants tf lronslaes H sattlflc hltft urant
A Itnthfuis II llnthfuu btolen haeA Jackson
W Jucknon O Jackson rerrlll llorehtad Ill 1
ItothfuM Home runs A Jack nn trant Three
IaHft lilt Relden Two base hIteWilllnrars O lark
cola A HolhruM Moreheud vsrlHbeeker 421 Doiibla
pla > aTerrlll leant rind Wilson A Jackson MI
llam anal Urant Hit by jiltchrr nilllams 2j
Dietrich Umpire Hopkins llmel40
larlIINoylew 6 I TATERSOV i
PATPHSOS July 14The Eastern league leaders the
Sprlngflrlil learn plave l a lucky game against the
rateritnnii tonay Shannons work and Co ana pitch
ing were the features The score
PATIIISOV I BPHIIOniLH
K 1sroAe R1nro AK
Carlln 1stbO 111 n I Shannon a 52 0 8 U it
VoodJdb S 11 a 1 I Donelly 2d b 1 U H 1 i 0
Haherty c fl 100 lynch I I f i is a o 0
Leitraiik C1 140 Hnefller rf 0 0100 a
Leonard 3d bO 144 uldllbert lit bC 1 10 0 1
McDonald as 0 1 I 1 1 1 Iawlori 1 3 t 1
Kelnetb U I f 0 1 0 a 0 a MeUnnnellitbO 0120
C llnKhnl r f 0 1 11 0 0 Lenhr c u I 4 o 0
Conan p 0 0 0 I OlCoiijthlln pl U 0 1 0
Totals3 10 24 11 41 Tolas S 02711 4
Palermo 3 0000000 08
Springfield 0 1 0 0 l 0 V 0 6
Earned runn1aUTKon K Springfield Z First base
on halls on Cogan i struck orrai4v Cogan 3j by
Coughlln I TVTOIHISLhltHLeonnril ClahertT Three
tmse nit Wood Hacrincc httaI > onard SUsnnon
Donnelly VoodCuniilnicbani Stolen bases Lynch
i UmplreHurns TrrrrI43
LMFKAU 4 MOST II1TEXS 0
Another InterestluR gains was played at Van west
yesterday bct een the Kmeralds and Moat HaTeni
The irlncpulfeaiureoftheiume were the pitching of
Slaiee whir struck out fourteen men and the plailnK
ofMcnlle Tire score
IMERAins i I HOTT UAVXXR
II lrtPoALP nli roAt
1arkln2btl 0 1 0 0 CorTey 3d b0 1481
Welch c 2 1 U 0 SI iarrylUhO 0 1 tl 0
Dennett I f 1 a I o I oiMrArdle saO 0020
WorxIsss0 0 1 8 lnui ll lilb 0 1 H o n
Leary r f t 2 0 0 t o I lK > lr rf 00900 I
1 lllte 3d b I I 4 I 0 Krkert p 0 1 0 7 0
Conbo 1tb 0 O A 0 0 Durolf o o o n D
Kelly v t 0 1 1 t II l Crrreoraner 0080 2
Magec p 0 U 0 IS U Ja > cox c f0 0100
Totls4 8 2720 l ToaIs0 jT 24 li fl
Fmernlds 00000310 4
3IottU en 00000000 00
Earned runs Emrraldi I FIrst base by errors
Fmeralds 2 Molt Havens 1 Left on baseaMott
Ilaren J Fmernlds 7 FIrst base on halliun
Magee I olt Kikcrl it struck out By Mane 14
by Ijkert 7 Stolen ba esu ood 1111 I Bennett Kelly
fckert Double j lays 5oods and Conbov raasrd
ballCorvoran UmpireDavid White Tlme1
AT JERSEY CITT
fit IXMllS Tolltge 00002040 11
Jersey U II C 7
Baso hlts8t Ixiul College 10 Jersey B n C W
ErrorsHt LouIs College 4 Jersey B tt C 4 tin
terles McUee and Hurlry Parker and Burke
AT BkU PV1UJC
WondatockAC5 1 8 0 0 0 3 0 511
Active A U U U 0 0 0 0 D 0 30
Dasa hlU Woodstock A C 10 Active A C e
Errors Woodstock A a I Active A C 7 Batteries
Flynn Comisksy and Noonan Stlckert and Halt
meyer
ItellelllcA C 02000109 110
WestKnd 8 0 0 0 0 li 0 0
AT WOODSIDC rARK
fitarllght 2 3 0 I I 0 111
Arlington 3 0 0 8 0 0 B 112
AT HIWARK
netolute 1 t 0 0 6 0 0 19
Harlem 2 030000 87
AT rHIXXIX A C TAR
PhientrAC 1 0 2 o I 0 1 1 95
Woodlawn A C 80000200 1 O
Ilaie hits Phonlr A C 11 Woodlawn AC 11
Errors Ihwnlz A C 4 1 Woodlawn A C 0 Batter
tea Mueller and KaTanagh Morse and BaaMtt
AT SOUTh VROOKLTK
VanBruntA C 2 0100801 07
CallahanftCo 1 1 0 a 1 S 0 0 18
Hase hltaVan Brunt AC 10 Callahan ft Co 14
ErrorsVan Brunt AC6 Callahau t Co 8 ball
terles Sillier and U W Anderson Patrick and
llrady
AT RltXIEWOOD
Itnlelch 1 0 2 0 1 I 0 t 811
Acmes 1 2 4 1 0 0 1 412
Hose hltsnalelgh 18 Acme so ErrorsRaleigh
4 Acms 3 llatterlea Itaverley and Ingersoll
5 eeri anal tcOuire
AT BAT SIDE
Gales Avenue A 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 I 2li
Contoililated A C 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 C
Date hltiOatea Avenue AC 10 Consolidated A
CU Lrroratlateii Avenno A U 2 Consolidated
A C 7 IlatterleaIloiieynieyeranJ KetoOamj Fueld
tug and Orady Wilson and CarharU
AT NEWARK
St Peters Lyceum I 0 2 1 0 1 1 lia
Orange Valley Lyceum 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0
AT Tvcmiior
Twenty lecond Regiment 2 0 1 ii I 0 1 0 17
llllal 00220000 0 t
Bain hillTwenty second Regiment 12 nivall 10
FrromTwent ncouil liegtmenl Hi Hlvatj A Bat
rleiCulcman and Webb Jackson Stringer and
llronn
At WilleD PointAlerts of Brooklyn 17 United
State EngIneer 18
long Islasd Athletic AieoclBtloa
AT RIDOEWOOD HOnXIIO
Rldgewonl AC 201 10408 11S
txxUliloAf 10020202 418
Bale hltiHldcewood A C IH Wnodilde A C tl
rrror Hlditewood A f A Wmolilde AO 2 hat
terleaXurimy and Iljon J J Holme Hr ana r
Brooks
All FflNoOS
WoodildeA C 020 H 100100 19
Illdgewood A O 1 1 0 1 II I I 0 0 18
Bate hlta Wnodtlde A O 12 Hldvewood A C 10
lrrorWo dlde A c 2 Illdiewood A O a bit
terlesKennedy and 3 4 holmes Jr Atkinson anal
McWilliams
AX Jay VIEW A C OROVUDSIIOSSnO
Bay View A O a 2 Il 3 4 o i 018
PeerleisAC 01 1 u f 0 a 0 07
Haw nitsHay View A O 16S TeerlcM A P II
ErrortDay View A UH 81 Peerless A Co BatUrle
Gregory and McClavu llrune > ey sod 6 Toole
ArTERSOOV
> eerleuA O 20108021 818
Ilay View AC I 0 li 0 4 I 0 2 8U
BAM hlliPiwrlei A C 1H Ilay i View A C 14
Errorsrmteis A c 4 Bay view A CnV
AT ATUTTIC A T PARK XORXI1U
Atlantic A O i n i 2 o 4 a 0 1ls
bmplrcA C i i o o o s I 7
Haw hit Atlantln A IC Fmplro A O 10
FrriirnAtlanllnA C X rniplre A fa Batteries
lluriu anal Keiiey Hunter and tlreeue
AntKNOOX
Atlantic A C 2 I I I 0 I B 0 10
tmplrnA I U 1 1 0 0 0 0 I
ilass hlliAllantlo A C lOr Emplra A C T
FrrorsAtlantlc A c 2 KinplVe 411 V Batteries
Keiiey sad Oeili Vardisw aol Morgan
AT IIAHILTOH A C O50IfDs9o53t50
Hamilton A C 2 0 1 2 0 5 0 1 818
Olympic A O 1010010908 I
BaMblu Hamilton A c 17r Olympic Aa9 Vr
roraIlamlllou A C 8 OlympIa A C 4 iuttarUa
CaJlahan and Lawrcuc Wlllwolt and OKourki
Amiuoo
HvniltonLOS 1010104 115
Olympic A O 1 0 a 5 0 0 1
lIes t blUUamllt n A C l9j OlympIa A R 1L
Qeof
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WE 8ELL
CRESCENT
CRESCENTVICTOR
AND VICTOR
BICYCLES
ON OUR
Popular Flan
cAI3
Balance in Monthly Payments ranging
from r
500 TO 1000
High Grade and Upto date Wheol
Call or Write
4
EQUITABLE E G P CO
GENERAL Columbia Building
PROVIDING 29
CO Broadway N Y
105S iiltiS BICYCLES lIENS TAttlS
Sire new and Mcomt IIHIUI in M 111 I corn
H23 lartlci1 ard men pneumatic llml aconil band
but perfci comprliiliix i vi rv known make
I iiur choice from 4 to u KOI tired I < to I I
SylWilrVi10 lalis alrl raremr 23 lu roaiUler
iBtoriJ IIHIUDCO 1 u Nuertrr HI near Time
ipIrlIrl rag original I rpnt CHHII IMIIIWI
Illcjclc All Mask 527 814 tTdl Tr t34
tSU tU I WILL NOT III tNiakitsoma I > >
LAWIIFMT Vft lorilanilt sa t corner Church
BIcycle < o Ul lark rw Nars York LAHUFST
DKAlfltS IN NESS VVIIIHS IV AMrRliA Art
haste cm run uea lIly Innptcilon Hinted
Ette Curf v
QUEENS AQUEDUCT CO JOCKEY I I CLUST
Racing Itegins Tiwlay July 15 =
At 2 110 P Jl AdmlMlon l0 Indies SOc
Itace trallin leave h Mth l at 14 10 I 4U rand 151
PM Mlagenonne < t nllli KIliKiito I
rrrorsHamllton A C 4 Oljmpli A C V Bat
terlei Homer and cntworth Lev and Cnnornn
AT IIACTLKSS A P IATIK JII1KMV1
Dauntless A O 3 n 1 n u I n 0 I 10
Nvwtown AC I 0 1 11 1 0 0 0 03
Base hitsDauntless A C MNewtownA I I C 8
Errorslmuntless A C H Nentimn A C S Ha
torles Heller nnd HenneiHi > colburue and Ho
Nlchoa
AlTFR5oOc
Newtown A C 0 I 0 II 2 1 1 0 1 810
Dauntless A C 12000021 1 2 9
Base hllsNevitown A C in Dauntless A C 12
Friors hewtomn t C 4 Dauntless A c o Bat
teriesHunt and Kvcrjon O Urady ttetmore and
Clarke
AT QLEIDALE A C OROCVDSMOKMXa
OlendaleAC S 0 4 0 a 0 1 2 011
Hush wll k A C t 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 8
Has hltsOlendale ill llushwlrk 12 Error
aiendale 8 i Iln hwlck 4 BatterlesMolloy and
Behaener Purdy and Najnor
AFTFRSOOt
ButhvTlck A C I 02101201 8
Olcndale A C V 3 1 U 2 0 1 3 119
Hale hltsBltshwIck 1ft Glendale 20 Errors
Bushwlcc A llendale I BatteriesSchneider anil
hchluiiter Grave and Slheiy
Baseball Note
A Sl > Reader es
The llroiSljn led Club professionals rays
AUK 17 anl it and a number of Mondays Wedne
< lay anil uiriaye open for any Hmt class club offer
InKaeool cunraniee Aililn s F O Wlnnelt mana
ger 210 JacKson Street lirooil > n
SiHATKiA hrnivoH lIlly 14 The United State B B
C have orfcnnf7cil for the Henton n lIla tho following
players n K Ioyil second iira and nmnazer B l
llomies OrG lasso rant cnjiuln It rhinitis oJIchen
villlam labs cntilier Vlillnm llarmim rlKht
fielder T DIMII short stop H rlirgerson centra
HnMir J Van Hankin third base W Dowens left
flelilrr All clrlta wlshir rag ilatis should aildreu B P
Bovrt manager United States Hotel Saratoga Springs
National League Games Today
St Louis vs New York at at Louis
LnuUvllln vs Brookly n at Loulsv Hie
Clareland vs Haltlmore at Clove alit
Chicago vs IMIIadelphln nt lilcavn
Cincinnati vs Boston at r Inetnnatt
Wasklngton vs Pltuliurth at Ilttsburgb
JIITLE ShOOTING
Cnasdlaa Well nnrtereri mt Ulelej Sr
Brunt BIuKniij Prize
LONDON July 14Tire Canadians are well
pleased with their early days at Ulslcyj Their
camp Is nicely situated and from It u plcaslns
view Is bad Their health Is good anal their
form excellent They are entered for numerous
events Flower beds surround the flagstaff la
the camp from which floats the Canadian
flag TIre tent occupied by the calm U
furnished with excellent taste and every
thing about It Is comfortable Tire men are
highly pleased with tliclr reception Kvorythlna
pofcslblu Is ilonv for their comfort 1 hey are all
living quietly and keeping In shooting condition
Capt Markham says he Is proud of them all
Five hundred Invitations have been Issued for a
garden party that will bo given by the Cana
dians Among those Invited are Baroness Moo
donald Sir Charles Tapper itnd Sir Hubert Oil
lespte
The Irlnce of Wales Irlre esterdav wan won
br Sergeant Magnay if tire Northumberland
Heglment with a score of 01 I lav man scored
01 hkedden 87 Armstrong 87 Mercer 81 and
Mitchell 81 Mitchell also won tire allies
Irlro Ills score was 14 Jeffreys scored 33
and Heath P2
Hhootlna FIxture for the Week
TuesdayHell Gate Rod and Gun Club life bird at
Dexter Park
Wednesday New York German Gun Club Bee
bird at Dexter Park
Saturday New ttrecht Itod and nun Club live
bird at vVoodlawn Park ilravcuend Vernon lloa
and Oun Club Inanimate sweepstake races at Ity
grounds Cnneldtre t near Liberty avenue Brooklyn
Interantlonol Win at Football
The Centrevllle A Ci postponed Fourth of July
tournament of outdoor sports wu held yesterday f
afternoon on the ground at the foot of West Twenty
third street Bayonne Thero were seven games of
Association football decided and a handicap quoltlnf
contest The winning teanr at football received gold
inetlals end their opponents diver rrerials The later
nationals of flow S ork captured the gold nrerlals anal
theIr opponenis the lrrralcian SVairalerers received
the sitter medal At Irmoltu Jennings was tire win
race alan reveiveai tbs alat rrcIsl vlrlie Enuch Lockly
secured the sliver rnaial
groohtyu gUwtiuemrntji
MTAIUBIIED UU
e 4
SIX STOHEi
NEW YORK MOKES BIIOOKLVN BTOUES
Broadway and Bedford arc
BROADWAY Knllou at and Flatbuih are
COlt 1ST ST Atlantic anal Vermont are
and unit
8D AVE A lOUD BT nreenpnlnt t Manhattan ayes
A BuecoBsful busiuoss man saya
that OHO of tim helpful rules JIB
learned from his father was to have
4 n place lor evciything
Thats ono of tho hecrota of our
success
You can not nnythin from a lawn
tic to a full dross Hint at our storoB
And wo dont expect the profit
on a half dozen Neglgeo Shirta
and a few huiulrod par of Duck
TroiiHora to pay our running or
penaos for the entire heated term
either
Duck Trousersall iliel to II SO
JJetlltte HhlrttfJ riraale200
Outlnt bull M 10 sari upward
Headquarters for Cram SuitslW
lAdles Skirt WaliUIrlc rcdiwit
puck VatatJU to 4 50
liaIsing BultA iSV w T

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