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MW 8 ' THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 10, IBW. ' --- Jfl
Hfl OR TIIE BASEBALL FIELD.
Hwk cnxcAaoa t'At.j,T iir inn rirnt
HVj ' SMS f SO AXIt lir.ATTIIBNXirXonKH.
?th Itrooklyaa ItSR-fa with a D.reat at
riuahnrsh - Caataaloaa Hhat On! by
s-b-b-b-b-b-b-ii tllevelnad Mud Cla.lBBatl Takes H.eond
f' Plaee I.ouLvlll. and at, I.oals Win.
-aa-Hftl 5 vi In on three enrcetilnff dya imi to be
aaaaaaaHp " "PposlblIlty for the Jfew York! thtl HtHH,
----------K for they ntra Wlen by the Chlcagos yesterday.
LaaaaaaaaKi' Tlie Ilrookiyna moved on to Plttabnrgh and
LWWWwhi, dropped n name to the Hmoky Cltr players.
BaaaaH.K The Clorelnndi won, not nllutvlns; a single Orl-
H-Bw' e to ,cor" nnd thereby strengthened their
aLHaV'' old cn "rBt I'lnre, while the Cincinnati, who
HII? Aid not piny, moved up one peer, the Dalllmorea
HflE" dropplnic buck to third place. It wm the
HK. Quakers' torn to be smothered br the Lonls-
HHhK vlllos. while tho St. I,outs playen braced up and
HHiF beat tho Bostons. The results!
aaBaalL. Chicago, Oi New York, 1,
aaRlkf t'ltttburgh, 7 Brooklyn, 0.
If Cleveltnd. 71 Ilaltlmora. 0.
a-HK J-oulsvllle. 104 Philadelphia, B.
Jl'. St. louls, Uj Doiton, 7.
H,JC At ClnetnnaU-Iuin.
Hl, Tna nitconD.
If JYr rr
aTaTaTaaaai'i Ctuba. Kem.Tnnt.cfnt. Clvbi. Wen. Ijntt. reef.
, Cleveland ....4V. m .77 vVaililngtnn..80 81 .491
aaVHI Cincinnati, 4 It XI ,IV7 Philadelphia HS U3 .4eS
ai Baltimore.. ..42 if J .050 Ilrooklyn .. 3 VS .479
aaHB . flotton.... . lit) X, ,Ss3 NevvYerk... 27 87 .4
:' j'ltitimrgti... as UU .354 St, Louie IS Si .HUB
HHji, Chicago 8tt HI .020 Loultville 14 48 .Ilia
--K: cniOAoo, 0: Nnw Tonic, 1.
Hw CniCAOo, Julr 0. Thirty-Ova hundred per-
Hi ions law the Giants lose a came to tho Chicago!
t this afternoon. After the first Inning Terry
---aVf' w5 Invincible, l'fetTer'a friends were out In
K$ forco. They came In tallyhos, carriages, cable
HVt and eleotrlo cars, and on bicycles. Some came
Bw on foot, any way to get to the ball park, for they
HEv wero determined to administer a stinging re-
sU buke to the Kow York's managerial mlsjudg-
Blv ment In letting the popular second baseman go
H .' as a "good old has been." Trumpets and tin
B J... horns, as well us stentorian rolces, wore tangl-
V, bleeTldence that the "rooter" was present and
K In numbers. Pfeffer received a rousing recep-
H $ tlon from the cranks, and when he first stepped
HK t to tho plate In the third inning he was presented
H S with a beautiful floral piece, surmounted by a
H S star In whlto roses. Tho scores
aaer e cmcAOO. stwtork.
aTaaTB. & B.ln.r.0. .x . ln.ro. a.k.
aH W ETsrett, Sdb.l 1 a 8 0 Vn Hal'n.c f u 14 0 1
H V-. Eablen.s. s.. 1 V 7 S 1 BlalTord, I. f. 0 0 1 0 o
K.' L tanie.e. f....l 110 0 Tlornin, r. f..l 8 8 0 0
H i Anton, lit b ,0 0 10 1 1 Ultuon, Sd b 0 u a o
B; W Hyan.r.r 1 8 8 1 0 (I. DlTU.UJb 0 18 3 0
ht j. bicker. I. r...l 110 1 Clerk, lit b.. 0 1 u 0 o
t lfetTer. lid b.l 1 U 4 u Con'uib'n.ae 0 n 1 u 0
i ponfhue.c. .1 111 v Irarrnee, O....0 0100
Ir Trrry. p.-. 8 8 0 11 Suliltan.p... 0 M u 8 0
csr MVIIlOD 0 U 0 0 u
i'l ' Totals 0 1127 0 4
Ks' ' Totals 1 Z4 B 1
K , eBsttad In pltee of Zesrtues In tbe ninth Inning.
S V Cblctro 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 8 ..-0
K - V new lork 1 0 0 0 0 u 0 u 0-1
HtM Kerned run-Chtcago 7. First baje by error
alalawj .l Clitcaeo. 1: 'W York. 8 Left on beeee Chicago. Oj
afaK 1 few York, 6. First bate on balls oa Terry, a: off
bTbK? .1 ttulllvaa, 8. Home run Lanse. Thre-bae nit
afaBf t Terry. Two-bate hits Davie, ltyen. Uablen, Ererett.
afaa ' Bioten bates Van Haltren, l'retter, lerrr, ETerett.
bbw 1 poubio p'ays Krerett, Anson, and Everett: Pfeffer,
BfafaH I pahlen. and Anson: Dablen and Anton: Anson tuo-
e A I assisted). Uinplra EmtUe. Time 1143.
H; ptTTsnunan, 7: nitooKLYrr, s.
bH' -v PiTTsnunnii. July 0. Corcoran made an un-
bHvT ; timely error for Brooklyn to.day In the third
bbV - inning, and it resulted In giving four runs to
bH. l Pittsburgh, and practically the gamo. Pltts-
bB-i; I burgh's bitting whs fortunate. A high wind
bH.C .i ,. prevailed throughout, and allected both pitch-
bB? lS : r- Althoueh the score was close. It wan a
bK, .' dull, uniuteresilug game. Attendance 1,800.
pS The score:
Hl rrrrsBCBon. i bkoosltm.
bTbVTI i R. lKr.a 4.K.I R. 1 a, r.o, A. c
bTU- :l ponoTan, r. f . 1 18 1 0 Jones, r t u 1 o u 0
bbPs , ElT.e. e. 1 117 0 urlfllu.c. r.. 1 1 1 0 o
bB V Bteniel, o. T...1 0 1 0 u Anderson. I. tl 18 0 0
.V ' Smith. I. f.....l 18 0 U SLindle.ad b 8 18 3 0
asatrt. Bugdrn.e 1 8 B 1 D foixoran. a. t.l 8 18 2
tLyons,3b o I 3 I ulacbance.lb o o 10 u 0
Truby. 2d b ..I 0 4 8 o'Mioch. -.'a b.. o l o I 0
Hack, lb 1 I 0 o i.HurrelLc. ..01110
Kllien. p u 10 8 u Kennedy, p . u 8 0 0 1
Totals 7 82714 2! ToUls 0 10 24 U H
Pltuburth 0 0 4 0 0 8 0 0 ..-7
Ilrooklyn. 01080U08 0-S
Earned runs-I'Itttburgh. 1: Drooklyn, a Flrtt
base by errors IMttburKh. 2; Prooklyn. 8. Lrt on
bke4 Fltuburgb, 7; JlrooKlyn, 0 llrtt bate on balls
-Off Kllien. 8. o,T KLDnedy, S btruik out h)
Kllifti. A; by Kennedy. 1. Three-bate hits Jonet.
Qrlftln. Corcoran. Two-bate tilt ahlndle. snertnea
hit fiugden. btolen batt-t Donovan. Anderson.
iiBdocb. Ult by pitcher By Kennedy, 1. Fatted balla
"jSugJen.inplre-UeUs. Tline-2 10.
B IMli CUEVCU4KD. 7; BtfTlMORF. a
BJi Ijl' CiaTZUMn.July 0 The CUieltn.lt pulled the Haiti.
Kw bh7 tnorre off their horte trvdav by thuttlug them out by
K-- WkSf the tunu or 7 to u. Young hwd the urlolee at his
BaK? IH piercy. while l'ond proved an eat mark lor the hard
& ; hitting Spiders, who by their brilliant work both at
bM!v;-bbV4 thebalandln the tleld clinched Ortt place. The bat
bbW iBBt- tlnie or burkett aud Chlldt, with Young's euperb
aKV B twirling, were the features Nearly 4.U0U attended
aBlLK the game aud went wild over the Clevelanue' well-
V "t? , earad Ictory. Tho score :
B . tXSTELtKU. I BALTTlfOna.
M Jtl.j a- in. r.o. t. t. B.lB.r.otr.
,'H nurkett. Lf..3 a 0 o 0 Kelley. 1. f....u 1110
TO McAieer.c.:..! 1 1 0 0 heeler. r. f... 0 18 0 0
U'r ijW ilcKeon.e.e.,0 0 2 4 0 JennlnKt, 1. e.0 114 2
M,'s W ChIIds,2d b...3 4 A 2 ODojIe, lit b 0 2 14 0 0
f WA Zlmmcr. C...O a 8 11 aeltter, 2d b.O t) 1 3 0
,'- V'l Tebeau. 1st bo 111 0 l tlrouie.c. f .0 1 t u .0
'-' )( McUarr. IklbO 0 1 5 I lolinelly.Udb.U 11 8 3 0
M- I Va " Blake, r.f.... o 0 2 1 1 Cark.c 0 110 1
'I Young.p 0 u 1 a 1 l'ond, p u 0 0 2 0
W, J Totals ..7:12713 ! Totals 0 7 24 13 &
Bit. if Cleveland 1 0 3 0 10 2 0 ..7
I , I I Baltimore 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
B$ J 1 Earned runs Cleveland, 4. first bate by errort
M4a I fl Cleveland. 1: Ualtlmnre. 1. Loft unbttea Cleveland,
'ffi I I 0; llaltlmore. b. tint base ou balls Off Young.3. off
t' ti I Pond. 1. tstnuk out -hy oun, 3 Hai r:tlcp hits
JSr fTsV'A V McAleer, JlcKean. Stolen batie-Durii.lt, Cnli.U,
ifi '&. V pinmer. lilt by pitcher by loucg. 1. Uniplru
K( Eg; ' UurtL Time 1. 3D.
jJ ujctsvuxs, 10; rnttjtnELriiXA('3.
K 7 ? , Locisvtiti. July 9. The Colonels won the game
f ?.i from the Quakers to-day In the flrtt Inning, when
.. 1 1. they knocked out two home runt, a double, uud a tin-
fl . J! ale. whipli netud rive tcoret. After thlt the ic-nteit
- p I Was tiresome, the visitors never being? In the hunt.
t Zhe 1'hlladelpLlus acted us It they were demorallzt-d.
V Jy The score.
r it lucistuj-r. I rniuoEU-nia.
I N B,ln.r.o.A.E.' K.lB.ro,i,i.
ft &1 Crookh2db..l 1 4 U o Slertes.e. f..u 0 1 0 0
R'.,. S ITcCreary.rf 1 2 0 u u Uulen. e s ...1 4222
Sj5i CUrke, I. f....l 12 0 0 Dolohu'ty. Ib.l I 12 11 u
mtW lloiiert. lb....l 1 V 0 I llallluan.2b .u l u 4 0
M, Sillier, s. s ..1 1 2 1 2 lsylor, r. f-..u 11 0 0 u
IV it; lioimrs.o. r..i 1101 Jmdr, e 1 0 . 0 0
- 6" - Dsxter.c. 2 1 h 1 0 Cienients, e. .0 u a 11 1
iV 5jf -a. Cllngmsn, 3b.l 114 0 (. ooley, L f ... 0 0 3 11
; if Ulii. p. 1 1 u 2 (jihuih.su. .01 120
K tl Keener, p... .01040
St Tot' 10102711 4
I f 1 I Total 3 8 24 13 4
'r J .?! LonUrllle 6 110 10 0 2 ..-10
n & thlladelphla U 1 0 0 2 0 0 (I 0 3
' ?i S, Xarned runt-Ixiulivllle. 7; Philadelphia, 2. I Irtt
S 8L bawbyerrort-I.oultvllle. 4, PhllaileMihla.t. teflon
. 'I 1 bates Philadelphia, 7, Loultvlile. , imt tiate oh
.. i -; balle-OU lllll,.i; off Kcenur. I. Mruck nnt-hy HIM,
' . j Bj by Kt.euer, :i. Home runt Clarke, Dexter, Dole
$ "K psnty, I rooks. rhrec-bae lilt McCnary. Two-bnte
i W ip hits Ilulmee.Cliugniaii, Ilulen. SaLrinchlt-urookt.
'(X 61 B ttolen bas"e Urady, Ilulen, Mertet, Itogert. McCreary,
' '' 6 Miller. Dexter. Double i)sy-crook. Miller, ami
t. 5 Ilogfrs llslk-IIIIl. lilt by pltther-lij Iteener, 1,
v, fe I "lid Ditiiies-Iilll. 2. Patted bsll-Clemsntt llm
' K w plre UcFariand. Time 2,33. Attendance l,40u.
ffi ST. LOi'ts, 0, bostov, 7,
'" K & Bt- It"N Juy I' atilllvsn and Turner, the Prownt
1 Mr P9W men, appeared to-day, and the llotlont were
i, "5 beaten In cuamplontiilp torni. Pitcher Nulllan ro-
, ,X fired In the nil... Htlvelts pitching out the game.
K R-. ttoth men were lilt freely, noraliue nearly went to
'; a plmes In the ninth. Attendance, 700. Tnoecnro,
;t p jni ST. Lout. I BOSTOK.
f ii a. 1 e r.o. t. E.I u.lB.f.at.1.
j it Dod.2db...a 2 t 2 o.namllton.c f.t I 0 0 0
.- .' m- lulllvan, l.f..u u .1 u 0 Iianmm.c. f 0 0 0 0 1
. V W Turner, r. f..l 300 0 Teuny.r. f ., 11302
r.' .ft' Jonnor. litbl 110 0 u Lowc.va b....s 1 4 4, u
; W M 'trtott. c. f..l J 4 1 u.lxiiig, e. t . 8 H 1 n 0
f t leyers, 3d b.,2 2 3 3 0! luckcr, lit b.n 3 10 1 0
I ; S !rot..l. t 1 0 14 llDuffy, l.f .12 4 0 0
If lurpoy. C....I 2 4 0 0 liorgen. o ..11 11 2 1 u
i'V Doatbue. p...0 0 13 O.H'r'gi n.Sd b 0 11 1 2 0
! lbuiirin,p,.o 0 u 1 0
, .-.". SMtli .0 12 8718 llDtltetlt. p.. 0 1 1 0 0
Ig I Totals 7 12 27 17 "5
IK fit. Loots 0 0 2 2 8 1 10 0-9
Baston 1 u 0 3 0 o u 0 3-7
B-j'1 Earned runs St. Loult. 7j Ilottnu, '. Two bato hit
Wi'rfi Tutkir. fhree-batv hlu Turner, Meyeri, l'arrotr.
Mfi Home run-Connor. Stolen boMt Dotvd m. Huffy.
bS" louble iiluy-I'arrott ana Mecrt. Irtt bate on balle
m.ff- US Douanue, A; off Hulllvsu, 2, Hit by pitcher hub
n'Xi llvsn. btrui'k out Uy Doushue. 2. by Hilvrtti. 1,
' BSb Sacrifice hits I'arrott, l.owo. Wild plich-bullliau.
mffe Ttme 2.0w Umpire Lynch.
U . Kaatarn Xjeaaoe,
lix' At Albany- Albany, 7: flrrtcuie, 6,
ttl? AtUurraio-uuffalo, 12; ltocheiter, 7.
Hi? At llketbarm- Italn.
1 VI? AtSt-rauton-Jtsln.
1 Atlantle JLeacne,
I at liiBTrnin.
E stetson 0 1 0 1 0 0 ft 0 02
artrord... 0 0 1) 0 0 u 0 1 u-1
f fe" i Hits ratrrson, As Hartford 7. Krrort-I'atrrton.
1 Si 1 8; Hartford, J. Hatlerlet-lliMackliiaud KlIKKke).
1 ml tteedt sua Bmllh.
1 nl at wusiisorox.
BMI l Wilmington. 11U80000 0-4
BMI M Ketvark 1U010881 u-a
BBI ,- P illta-Wllmlngton. S; Newark, 13. Catteries Mo-
faVl 1 ! I Cafferty, l.afferl), and Klntella; betley and A, Kotn-
bbV lteV New KuKlsad Ltaiot,
H iV.l AtPawtucket-I'aivtucket. 18: Letlon. 9.
Hl lllksr At New Uedford-Nnr lktdford. U; llangor, 11,
bbB IHaS At l'looktonJtrtK'klon, J, Portland. 1,
IS At tail Itlver-rall Uitvr, 7, Auguttu, .
M iK Jledford Bcbool Athletic League,
1 i3b MOttMXU UtbttS.
B-Bn BJ At Laurel A. O.Orouuda-Lewlt.23; Laurel, 18.
bBBB Bt Atoreeue A.O. tiroundt-Oreetie, 17, Buinmr, IB.
BBBJ1 R AtUedfurdr'arkUrouudt-liedtord, 11, htu)rsaut,
BBaBM) Bj AtSumnor A. COronnds logs, 10: Sumner, 4.
aBBBI U At Cbaunosy A. U Y leld-Chauncey, 101 Herald, 12.
BBB) MB ( At Lexington A. C. yield-Alert,", Lexington, SW.
At Lincoln A. a risld-f Jneoln, lOi rnrnaro, 7. ,
At Arrow A. C. Orouiids-Arrow, 17: Putnam, 14.
AtRtayressnt A. C. Orounds-Btny vesaat, 1 Pad-
At'llefald A. C. (Iroutidt-IIf raid, 0: l.anrel. 3.
AtlojaA. O. tlroundt-Ioia, lot Oreene. II.
At Alert A, C tirounds-Alert, 10: Throop, H.
Atl'utnam A, c. urouads Putnam, IBi Biunner.lS.
At llannvr A.O (Iroundt-Hsnover, 12: lewis, in.
AlArroivA. C Oroundt -Chauncey, 12: Arrow, 10.
At Lincoln A. C. urounds-Llncoln, 8 lxlugton, 8.
tToraelhrrni 0 001010000 ..-
Corning .0 0 0 0 000800 l-d
lltts-nornfllsvllle, 0) Corning. 18. Krrors-IIor-nellsvllle.
Is Corning. 1. Ilstterlcs-Luhy and Kelly)
Hanoney and Usrclaj.
Athletics of Cooparttown 8 0 000800 1-S
Itlchflcld sprlngt. 2 11 000800 0-4
Sidney 0 0 0 1 1-
uenulneCubsn Giants. 8 8 0 0 0-u
Ilaeeball Otnet To.dty,
BATtORAt. UtAnUR An ARtnlCAM ASSOCIATIOr.
Chicago vs. Mew York, st ChlcsRO,
rttuonrgh vs. Ilrooklyn, at Pittsburgh.
Bt, Louis vs. Dotton. at St. Louis.
Loultvlile vs. Philadelphia, at Louisville.
Cleveland vs. ltaJltmnre, at Cleveland.
Clnolnnttl vs. Wsthlngton, at Cincinnati.
Ko games scheduled.
Ketropoltlan vs. Wilmington, at the Polo grounds.
Orange A. 0. vs. Newark, at Orange Oval.
Atbury Park vs. Newport, at Asbury Park.
O. D. and W. L. C. I, wins.
It. V. A. The run does not count.
The Orange A. C. bnteball team will play the
Rlverton A, O. or Philadelphia to morrow st Orange
Will the manager of the Banbury, Conn., Date
ball Club kindly send his name and address to this
Lor.-nmux, July 0. Manager HcQunntgle has
about concluded deal for 8nortstop Cross of St.
Louis. He hss alto been after Cooney of lrovi
dence. Hatsamaer left to-night tn Join Columbus
at Kansas city.
lTaverfbrd Defeats the Noted afaryleboae)
Club nt X.ord'a.
London, July 0. Tho Haverford College
cricket team scored a surprising vlotory here
to-day, nn eleven of tho noted Marylebone C. C.
going under to the prowess of the young Amer
icans by the big margin of 201 runs. The gam
was played at Lord's and a largo crowd was
present. The wicket was hard and fast, and the
batting of tho visitors hard, clean, and aggres
sive, runs coming rapidly to the delight of the
The magnificent batting of J.A.Lester was
the feature of the match. He had again the
satisfaction of placing a century to his credit,
aud was loudly applauded and congratulated
on his spit ndld work. lie has now scored on the
trip over 100 tn ico and over 00 tn Ice and made
6SJ tuns In six completed Innings, which kUoi
to htm the fine average ot 1)7.10. The other men
of the team also batted evenly and well yester
day, eight ot the eleven making double figures.
When the Marylebone captain won the toss
nnd decided to bat. tho young Americans felt
prepared for a long outing. '1 hey had no Idea
of scoring a victory before tho gamo started: all
they wanted was to make a good showing.
They went at their work manfully, however,
Lester and Adams opening the bowling, heat
tergood was behind the wickets, and before the
total had reached twenty be neatly stumped
Russell, oft Lester. F. W. Maude, the well
known cricketer, then camo In, but ho almost
Immediately lost his partner, who was well
cnughi behind the sticks by the vlitllant Scat
tergood. Hiring was soon after clean bowled
by Letter, nnd Chlnnery. the great batsman of
htnn, met with the same fate.
The Haverford boys were surprised, and,
when Maude nas caught by Wood and Denlson
fell another victim to the quick stumping of
bcattergood, their Joy knew no bounds. Six
wickets ere donn for 80 rune when Lee and
Latham got together. They plopped the rot,
and before the former was disposed of he pad
contributed 4',' by splendid hitting. Ul (lord also
mado n good stand with Latham, who played
mot patiently for U7, got out: but quick field
ing proved fntnl to the lost two men, both of
whom ero run out, and the inning was over
This was not a very formidable total bat the
bowlers were unknown, and the first two but
uien of the llnverfordinni wero Instructed to
tln carefully. MllHiit and Adams did as they
were directed, and before they han been sepa
rated they had put on Itftv run. C. II. Ilowaon
also pla ed a good Inning, and in company with
Lester, wtten onli two wickets weredown, tho
winning run was made nmld great applause,
Lester then opened his shoulders and the runs
were piled uu at a startling rate. All the men
hit vigorously, and before Haines, the last man,
was bowled by Chlnnery. the total had mounted
to 373, an advantage of I' 04 runs. The score:
11ARTLFSONE C. C
J. S Ruttell, St. Scattrgood, b Lester R
K. VV. lox. c. scalt-rsoot b Letter. ,.,,. 10
l.U Maude, c. Wood. b. Adamt 17
R.Thrlng. b. Ixtter 2
H 11 Chlnnery, b. 1 ester 10
W. 1. Denlson. it. Ekattergood. b. Adams 0
y. Lee. c. IlOrtvm, b. llalnet 42
A L Latham not out 27
A. Ulfford. c Scatteritood. b. Aitsms 30
1. s . Cobnold. run out 8
J Seton. run out 2
Ii) et. 7. leg b et. J 9
A. D. Jltmin, c. noiteil.h. Chlnnery 20
D. It. AdaniK. c. lti.am, b Chlnnery 30
C. H. Howton, I b w , h loobold 42
J. Letter, l'. Deulton 103
T. witttr. b Chlnnery.... - 32
C. It Hlnchman. e I-ee, h Maude . 83
J. H. scattergood, notout . 84
A. Y Coco, b Chlnnery 0
L H. Uood.h Chlnnery 0
CO Tatnall, b Uudn T
A. Hain't h thinner) . 13
llyet, 2tf; leKbyet.13, wldee, 0 A0
On Local Cricket Flelda.
The New Jersey Athletlo Club'e eleven were de
prived of a hsrd earned.vIctory yesterday afternoon
by lack of time to capture before stomps were pulled
the tenth wicket of the Manhattan cricket Club's
eleven In the match contested on the New Jersey oval
at Uergcn Point. The reault was contequently a
draw. The Jerteyltet gathered the strong total of 17
runt for their Inning, while the Manhattan! had te.
Ili-d 33 runt when their ninth wicket fell. The score,
SEW JMUEY ATnLr.TICCLlR.i MAKIItTTAf CRICKrT cur.
II. Tycri.b.Wariiurton. IS W. A !. Ooodr, b.
A wobttcr, b. Warbur Tyert 2
ton A It t J Ooode.b Tyert. u
r. Iijere. n.Warburton. 0 II Warburtin. b coub. 1
M It Cobb. b. l'render- K. J Prrnderiiait, c.
gart . , . 49 and Ii I obb 9
E.h Wailbroot. b.Wor- W I'.Wardr.c Pitcher,
burton n b Cobb . . 1A
A. (lunii.b. Iliitlitnn 8 A.Copelan.1, b Tvere . h
J. It Moritun. b Kin H L King, c. l'ltcfrr. t.
T. Clarke, c. Warl.ur Cobb .. 4
ton. b. Luffmen 33 II ruttersall. c. Mor-
W Pitcher, c. l'render- Ran. b. fyers 0
gait, Ii. King 1 T. .1 O llellly, c. Dyers,
O. It, Cooper, b. Ooode, 13 ti Tyert ,,,, 1
II, r. r ox, not out II F. t.uttman.not out.... 4
It)et 7 II Hutiiton, did not
leg bves ,..., 7 bat
Vlldes 1 llyns 4
No balls 2IUg byet I
TotaJ 1731 ToUl M
Peter Malier la Here.
fetor Mahcr arrived In this city yesterday
from Pittsburgh. Mnher is looking well, and
appears to be In rlno shape. Peter will remain
here until Sunday night, when be departs with
his manager, John J. (julnn, l'oter Hums, and
Potor Loweny for han Francisco, where he Is to
box Joe Chnnskl on Aug. 4. The bout Is lim
ited to ten round'.
It Is probablo that when Peter reaches San
Francisco he will make overtures for a limited
round contest with lorn Minrkpy, Malier has
been anxious to i-et a crack nt rfhitrkeyslneo
the tatter's bout wltn Jim Uorbrtt was deckled,
"I would very much like to get at this fellow
Sharkey," said Malier, "for J think I caneurely
beat him. lie's a big, strong fellow, I'll admit,
but his style 1h after my own heart. If I suc
ceed in downing (Jhoynskl 1 will post a forfeit
to show that I am in earnest."
It is possible that Maher may also challenge
Corbett forn limited tound "go." The National
Sporting Club of han Francisco Is willing to
oiler ft purso for tho twain,
Lawiience, Mass., July 0, Harvard's football
chances are lessened considerably Ijy the de
cision of lldcar U, Holt of this city to leave the
Cambridge L'nlvtrsil), Holt was left gunrd on
last ear's eleven, plalnc; lit almost every gumo
of the season. He was spoken of very highly by
tho critics, not only last Jtnr, when ha nns con
sidered one of the best guards playing, but also
durmt; the three ears pret lout, n hen he nln) ed
on the Phillips Andnter eleven. When Holt
enUrod Hartatd latt full he fully expecied to
llnlsli his couiso nt the Lunroiico t-cieiilillc
Hchnol In Cambridge. Mine then, lion ever, ho
has ilix ided to go into mining, aud us ho thinks
that he can prepare himself for his profess on
butter at the Columbia r-chool of Mines he will
go tn New York this fall. As Columbia has no
1. null. ill iletrn, Holt "111 be lost not only to
Harvard, but to the ghiue.
Illlllardlat Uaurlce Italy Or far Europe.
Muurloe Daly, the bllllsrdltt, tallrd for Iliinburg
yetttrdayou the tteamer Nonnaiiula. Ilenas ac
companied by hit wife and hit ton Maurice Daly. Jr
He It suingoita two moutut tacutlou tour nt swlti.
urland, Oeriuany, und Italy, liitnld alto vltlt Parts
add LonJuu (or a few weeks btfore bis rcturu.
r4vjw.e',vWirVt,.TNv- itTy-gVfflj -j..,ya.
FILLIES TAKE TIIK PLUMS.
jrixocn fot xnn i.vcakia ittjv
The Former stent Detection Note for tha
Vernal Hlaken l.tiennlit Tnk the l.oaa:
leland IlnadWNp In it Itump-Ht. iltnalns
llreaka llown-A Rattllna Mteepleehiiae,
Two smart fillies carried nil the stake honors
atKbeepshead Day yesterday afternoon, John J.
McCnfTerty'i Winged Foot winning tho Vernal
Htakes for two-year-old Allies, whllo J. W.
Itngers's four-year-old mars Lucanlaslgnallrcd
bor first appearance this season by beating a
strong Held fur tlu Long Island Handicap
In fast time. H nas Winged Foot's
third stake In live days, and It was
her harJest race, n It required all
of McCairerty'i skill to get her homo
a nose In front of tha llrookdale filly Distinc
tion, The victory ot Winged Foot makes her
the largest winning two-year-old of the year.
Lucanla's chief competitor In the Long Island
Handicap, the speedy five-year-old St. Maxim,
by St, Blaise, out ot Carina, broke down a quar
ter ot a mile from home, and has probably run
his last race. The weather was superb and the
track fairly fast after tho rain of yesterday
Winged Foot was n. warm favorlto at odds on
for tho Vernal Stakes, Ho) al Rose coming next
In favor, with long prloes against the others.
Not a few who noted Distinction's very close
third to the dead heater, Bulsun and Ilurlesqtie,
on Wednosday, took a flyer on the llrookdale
filly to beat nj but Winged Foot. Winged
Foot and Casseopla were the pacemakers
to the elbow, where Clayton made his run
with Distinction, showing on equal tortns with
the favorite at the last furlong pole. McCafforty
humped his back and flapped his arms like a
duck about to fly, but Distinction got her head
In front and refused to yield. Then McCafferty's
legs joined his arms, and from his lips Issued
that far-famed chirrup which seems to
get moro speul out of his horses than
whip or spur. The little chestnut daughter
of Iluchannn sprang forward, and as pretty a
race as anylody ever saw ensued. Those on a
line with tho wire could see Winged Foot's no;e
In front, and that was all, as the finishing Una
was reached. It was a vory oloss squeeze.
Divide, under the whip, beat Royal Rose and
Casseopla for third money.
St. Maxim was an fi to fi favorite for the Long
Island Handicap, for which there wero eight
starters. Roundsman and Nankl-Pooh being
added at tho eleventh hour. A delay of twenty
odd minutes at the post hurt tho favorlto con
siderably, hut bo was In a good position when
he broke down. Hanwoll mado the running,
with Peacemaker, Roundsman, and St, Maxim
close up, until tho beginning of the upper turn,
where Connoisseur, who was off last, ran round
his Held nnd showed a length and a half to
the food. Connoisseur looked like a winner at
the head of the stretch, but when Tod Sloane
cut loose with Lurnnla there was only one In
It, the four-year-old daughter ot Sir Modred
romping away from her opponent and win
ning under a pull. Nankl Pooh under the
whip beat Connoisseur for second money.
Taral dismounted and led St. Maxim back
to the stana, the noble tlve-year-old hav
ing broken down In the pattern of the
nitth front leg. Everybody commonted upon tho
ease with wbloh Lucanla won the first time
sent to the pott. She looked big. as allot Mr.
Rogers's horses do. but she did not stop, and tho
flesh on her ribs wat evidently hard nnd thin
for a purpose. Roundsman ran a surprisingly
bad race. He showed speed for-the first half
mile, and then dropped right out of tho contest,
as though brokon down.
The breaking down of St. Maxim will serious,
lv cripple the Flelschmann stable, as their other
good handicap horse. Halma. has been on the
shelf all the year. They must now rely upon
Shakespeare II. SL Maxim was bred by the
late August Belmont and was sold as a yearling
to his present owners. He was one of the great
est rollers In training and has won many racos
'Inc. opening dash at five furlongs for two,
ear-olds had Albanian for favorite and Full
bpred second choice. It was a large and un
wieldy field, and consumed twenty minutes at
tho post. Full r-peed and Flavian were first
onay and made the running for the first quar
ter. Albanian, off In the rear division, then ran
through, and was at the saddle girths of the
leaders at the elbow. Tho favorite began
moving toward the outer rail at this
point Sloane nicked up his whip to
-tralghten him out. In this he was unsuccess
ful, and Florlnn quitting, tho race looked like
an eav one for Full r-peed. This giant son of
Lovegold tired very badly, however, and was
overhauled at the wire by Ureak o' Day and
Kemp, this pair finishing very strong. Tno
midget. Tommy Pon ere. rodo a dashing finl-h
nn Rreak o' Day, and landed Jo) ner's
lllly winner by a short head. Retnp
beat Full peed only a few Inches for third
money. Nana II. was a cloto fourth. The win
ner is n smart daughter of The Hard and Dan n.
and w ns '.'0 to 1 In the betting. Mie cost her
owner S800 as a earlinc. Dr. Jim was kicked
while at tho pot.
It wns a vcrj even thing In the second race so
far as the spocUlors were concerned. Agitator
and Hornpipe being strongly supported at an
average price of 8 to 3. Crouini.ll and the Im
ported foiir- ear-old Haltllng n cnt away at a cllD
to keep anywhere near them. Hallllng was
headed by Cromwell In the straight, and from
there home It was a r.tthcr cay thing for the
son of St. Itlalse. Agitator, under the whip, gut
UD In time to beat Ilalfllrg n head for m con. 1
money. Itnns the sorond victory forJo)iur.
and tho North Carolinian's war whoop
was very munh in riOcnce. The two
races will, in a measure, requite him
for the bad link hn has had so far
this year. Hornpipe had no speed, end Hamil
ton was flogging him half a mile from home.
The feature of the race was the performance of
Volle. He wasahundnd jards behind the
leaders In tho run up the backstrt tch. but was a
olose fourth at tho wire, and running faster
than any other horte In the lace.
The fifth ruco brought ont Gotham. Lady
Inez, the Western filly for nhlrn M. I . I)wer
raid a long urue uftcrsheran a dead heat with
len llruah at Ualtley, and Kloretta IV, The
last-nnmed n as a very smart lllly in tho spring
of lnfiS, and there nod much curiosity tn -ce
whether shi" still possessed her marvillous
burst of speed and whether she rould carry it
loi moro thnn live furlongs. Tteinnrgo and
(iotham brokn first from the machine, but Flo
rctta IV. pasted them and led to tho turn, where
, she quit liiglorlnil-ly. McCalferty kept a pull on
(olham and leimitted 'Irrruargo to snow the
n.tytolhe last furlong pole, when he set the
big horse donn anil galloped homo the very
smoothest and easlist of winners. Iremargo
lilhtbc.it l.sdy Inez for seronil money, while tho
Krciiu filly Ilarpilchord ran a surprisingly good
loiirth. Lady Iner. was outrun the first part
ot the rate, but clo'ed strong In the homestretch.
Mie Is tliln and shons the iltects of her hard
cnmpnlttn ami the strain of being In training
Hlnco tho 1 nrly part of March Gotham wasn
tl to fi favorlti' and should be a great sprinter in
Thnsti who scnir at stoeplechaslng should for
eer remain silent after the inhibition of fane,
lug and speed shown hy tho eleven hones which
ran o it tho full ronrte jestcrriay. 'lhel'nnn
illnti rreldlng La)er. ridden by Otis Hnmlltnn,
wns the Invnrllu itt :i tn 1, with .Marcus nnd
the WcMbronk Mnblo' pair, NMnshlp and
Wrstbur), si'i-ond thokos at 4 to 1. Red
Pat was S, whiln from 111 to '0 to 1 could
bo obtained against the othtrs. Lawyer
led the Ikld a merry chatu for over two milt's
liefnioRed Pat fell, and he looked all otera
nlnner coming through tho upper Uild, where
he had apparently shaken off Y inshlp and Dec
apod, Hamilton almost lost his balanteat the
perond lust jump, linnet or. nnd It was only hy
the smartest kind of riding Hint he clambered
back into Ids scat. This rnlshap enabled
Dm apod to gut into tho lead, and nnco there
Ilrn.ll went to nork and never surrendered the
fiollit of vantage, Wlnshlp beat Marcus In a
i.trd drive for second money, only a head nei
uratiug the ptlr. whllo Lawyer was a dose
fourth. .Marble fell at tho Inst lump, badly
shnklnx up hit rider, Leonard. Dunlap, the
rider of Red Put, was litlmncd for a few mln
ut lb, but walked from tho field. Marble will
probably be destroyed. The winner Is bred to
race, being hy Mr .Modrnd, out of Christine, the
dam of that great race horse Poet Hcnut, on ned
b) Kantln & LiirrabiP, Deer Lodge, Mon.
Requital got his final work tor the Realiza
tion yesterday morning, and lie charmed
those who saw him by tovering a mile nnd a
linlf In a fraction under D:4li. with Trainer
jtone Mopping him. The first mile and a quar
ter was covin. 1 in '.'tlu.
Vor two-year olilt. telling: a tweepttakes of 91ft
eseh, wlih $uii added, of wlilih 9I110 tu ti.o second
aud S3U to tin' third, lire furlongs
A .'. Joy tier t 11 r Lreak o' lis), by The Ptrd
Dan 11, 93 (T I'oweri . .... I
Jl William's i-n, v Itimp. 1114 (A Clayton) .2
KlII.K-iblslileSir c lullhpeid. Ultf I H.KJ.ill). ..J
I.ubble W Michael II., Albanian, bpuoiit, Mohawk
Prince, Nana ll ltdy I onrain. Morion, yratello,
Nuughly tllrl, Dr. Jim. and l.llerdle al-o ran.
lime I 02 I 3.
Pitting Two t. I aealnit Albanian. 4 to 1 Ilrmp,
4 to I Iir. Jim, 3 tu 1 lull .speed 7 to 1 Nana II , nto I
l.ady Lnnram siolllo'iawk Prince. 12 10 1 Ntuabty
l.lrl, 11-1 I tratelln, 10 to 1 I'lorlun. IA to I fllerdle,
13 10 1 1 rink o' Da). J J to 1 Spoutit, 3d to 1 nun Hob
ble W, aud .MKI1111 1 'I
Kot three-year olds and unnurd, a eweipttnket of
tluta.-ii or S3 if declartil, nltli $,iilu pil.led, 01 whlili
Cluit to tin. t 11111. 1 alio 9io to thu third, teil.nj tutu
a'. J.' Joyner't tli Ii Croiuuell, 4, b) St Plaltu
Mnvltis, U7 illlrtoli) I
J II yiit'oriuai-ksLii Ii Altuor. 4, Uu isiiuiiit) i
4 K hetram't imp. b lu 11a iIi.ia 4,97 tl .s, mnei 3
Hornpipe, Volley, llsrry blmnnon, andChuguut slio
Time, 0. 00.
lltttlng-Btvcn to Btgaluil Hornpipe, 3 to 0 Aglta-
tor, 10 tot Cromwell, 10 tot Ohornut, IS to 1 aaeh.
ljaining, Volley, and harry Shannon.
The Vernot. HOOoi for two.yrar.old fillies, of i7S
each, ISO forfeit, or tin If declared by April IS: tne
winner to receive &,,3i)0, tho second 830, and the
third IS0 Ktvo furlor.ee
J.J tlcfstlerty'seh f. Winged root, by Iluchsnsn-
lonailtore. lo OlcC'an-tTHl ., 1
Ilrooktlate Htabes n. I. liittlnrtlon, 103 (A. Clay
torn . ... , a
hl lltlco Hlhble't ell f nitlde, ten (Dogcstt) U
Cstseuplo, loyil Rote, and Uonore alto ran.
Time, I ii k. i
Pettlng-Onslmnilnil in 7 1 on Winced Font, ntoe
aealntt llnyiil Hose, n to 1 each Oastroplt and Divide,
12 to I lin.tliKtlou.3il to I Lconnrc.
The Long Is'snd Handicap, for three-year-o'dsland
upward tiie winner to ruelve I 810, the tecond
e.ivi,iiml the third eivii one mile anil a furlong.
J. w. Hoots', i,. m nicsnla I. by Mr Modred
. Skhooitiirt, led THoinei ., . ... 1
Krle stables hr h .Nankl I'nih, 4, 114 (Dorirett). ..3
J. I Seagram's i c iMnnoitteur, 4 in to Leary) :l
St. Maxim Ifannell, ringe, l'csceinsktr, and
rtoundttnan alio ran.
. rime, lifts.
nettlnc-Flght to f, u-ainst !t. Maxim, 4 to 1 Con
nolttour, 3 to 1 l.niiu.isuan. II to 1 Lucanla. 7 to I
Tinge. 7 to 1 Nankl I'oo'i, 10 to 1 Ilanwall, go tu 1
For three-year oldeand upward, handicap a sweep
stakes or $13 each, with Sud added, of which 100 to
the tecond and $50 to tho third! tlx furlongs.
J. .1. McCslTerty't ch. n. iiotliain, 4, by Iroquois
Trade Wind. lu (McOnlTerty) 1
Dentation maids' br e. Irrmargo 8,03 (CLeary) . S
1I.K Dwyer'tch. f. Lad) lnel,3, 104 (Slmmt) 3
FlorettalV., Luttre, llarptlchord, and Kmotlonal
Qsttlng-Slxtn SagslnstOotliam.il toSLadylnes,
6 to 1 Horetta IV , 7 to I Tremsrgo. X0 to 1 oaon Lus
tre and Harptlchord, 00 to 1 Emotional.
For four-year olds and upward, handicap steeple
dissst sweepstakes of (10 eaen. with 1400 added, ot
wnlOi870 to second and 30 to tblrdi full steeple
J. W. Colt t h. g. Decapod. 0, by Sir Modred-Ohrle.
tine, 137 (Dratlll ,.., 1
Vieitnrook btahle's ch. m. Wlnihlp. 8. ISt (Mr.
l'ertse) , 3
J, 11. Crosby s b. g. Marcus, aged, ISO tVeaoh).... ... 8
lied I'at. Lawyer, Westliunr. tlolden oate. Wood,
ford. Patrolman. Nt, Luke, and Marble alto ran. lted
Pat and Marble (elk
... Time. B 88.
Dettlng Three to 1 agalntt Lawyer, 11(1 eaeh
Marcus, winthlp and Wettburg, 8 to 1 Red Pat, 10 to
1 Oolden (lain IB to 1 caon Woodford, Patrolman,
Decapod, 8t. Luke, and Marble.
u'CAFPBnxr lrzr.L bbt.t, out.
Onlai; Abroad tn the Anient for a Tear's
After Jockey-Owner John J. McCafferty won
tho Vrrnnl Stakes by a nose with his great Ally
Winged Foot at Sheepshead Ray yesterday he
wns asked whether ho would again buy a block
ot yearlings from tho Messrs. Scoggan of Ken
tucky. It was from them that last year's big
w Inners, Applegatc, Wlshard.lUllglon, and other
good ones were obtained, and Winged Foot, the
sister to Aplegatej Dr. rjhepard. Arbnckle, and
others that have won purses, came oat of last
"No." said McCafferty In reply. "It Is my
present Intention to hold n sale In the autumn
and dispose of every horse I own. I want to go
over the water for a year or so, and I intended
to do It last year, when I sold Applegate
and tho rest of my stablo at Sheonsheod
Hay. I hod made Mr. Scoggan an offer for
a block of his yearlings, and It was
so long In abeyance and so manv others were
after them that 1 had concluded that 1 couldn't
get them. I nasn't any too well pleased when
Uie offer rn flnallyuct-epted. as It broke up my
plans for my trip abroad. This year I'll not
hove anything In my way. and Intend to rest up
for a time and enjoy myself."
.McCafferty was first seen on the race tracks
of the East some ten years ngo. when he rode
and trained the old half-bred gelding Haram
botire, by Hood. He nun a race or two nnd
went West again. He got winning, gathered
quite a strhig of horses together, and came
Last with a remarkably strong stable the
first year the new Monmouth Park course
was opened. He and bis then trainer.
Enoch W lshartl, engineered tho famous
kjtieenlo Trowbridge coup by which they
won over $100,000, and they took the scalps of
tho best sprinters with, Aloha. Helen Nichols
and Hugh Penny won stakes, and the South
western horseman was on the topmost nave
of prosperity. It was thought that Mt Cafferty
would uot do so well when he lost Wlsbard and
Jookey Reiff. but up to date he bos won over
$40,000 In stakes and purses this year, and has
the material to gather moro. He rode Winged
Foot and Gotham to victory yesterday.
Bn Fnlltr'e rJli-la.IIand to Bej Shawn at
Mr. Lawson N. Fuller has accepted an Invita
tion from the Hoard of Directors of tho Detroit
Driving Club to take his slx-ln-hand of trotter
to the blue-ribbon meeting, which will he held
from July 11 to 35 at the beautiful track on the
Mr. Fuller has driven his horses a mile In
three minutes over the Fleetwood course, and
expects to beat this mark several seconds at
Detroit. AH six horses were bred, trained, and
are owned by the veteran horseman.
New rVoat the florae World.
Wisoena. Ontario, July 0. The trotting races to-day
at Windsor Park were pottponed on aocounl of rat'i.
Athletlea on fooat Oresnfls,
Some tmart performances by welt known ath
letca ttgnalllied the annual outlug and garnet of
Dtdauce Council, M O s , held ) eterday at Kl.tge.
woo 1, L. I. The attendance was ver7 large. Bum.
One hundred-yard Dash. Open Won by Jamet F.
Wjhurn, National A. C. William n. O Orady.
Otchdalo A. (. . tecoudl J din J. olan, lluthwlck
A I., third. Time, 10 4 0 recondt.
Seventy five-yard Path, for Members Won by
Carl L. Hauer. lluthwlck Council No. litl; Timothy
F. Richards, Hope Council Nn lu'f, tecornl; Jo,.u J.
Morgan, Amerloaa Council So, 17, third. Timo. 0
I-adlci' Usee Won by Mrs. John Jrhllllpt, Mite
Maggie Curtail second. Mitt Edith Thomas third.
Due mile Illcycle rtaee, Open Won by Waller J,
Flteher, Puritan Whetlinen, Ucorgn W. Claverley ,
fllendale A. C, Wheeliuon, tecond; John 1! Ite
noldt. WiUlamtburgh A. C, third. Time, B ralu.
utes 18H te.ondt
Three -ntlo llleyele Rooe, Opn Won by Cbartaa
F. Morrlttey, National A. C ; tleorgs W. claverley,
Ulendaln s. c. Wheelmen, tconnd, tMimuel H. Th.ir.i
ton, Puritan Wheelmen, third. Time, 7 minutes
Itunning Urnod Jump, for Membert Won by
Frederick II. Kennedy, Mornltigilde Council No
W, Waller K. l'hllllp. United Statet Council No.
47. tecond, Charlet L Danielt, Enterprise Council
No 'J.I third.
TTwo hundred and twenty vard Run. Scratch,
Open Won by Arthur F. Coleman, Brighton A. C i
Cnarli-t ,M. Murphy, eruno Host Club, tocoud,
Mlllam II. O Urady, Oleudale A. C, third. Time,
7' tecon Is.
lour hundrod and. forty yard Run. for Members
Won b Johu J. Morgan. American t'nuu-l! No.
17; Charles . Thomnt, United statis Council No.
47, tecond, illlam If, Orant, Climax Council No.
M, third. Time, 1 minute lit, seconds.
Fight hundred and elgnt yard Run, Open Won
by Walter.lt. Klngtland, Oleudale A. C: Richard V.
aner, Astoria A. C, second, nenry J. Hrehmer,
Buthwlck A.;c, third. Time, 8 mlnatet 10' teo
onOa. tine.mlls Run. Open Won by Frank A. nttger.
aid. Pcrgcn A. C, Thomat h. Anderten, Williams,
burgh A. C tecoud, Jamet F. Wyburn, National
A. C, thlnl. Time, 8 mliiutet 98i tecondt.
The annual outing and athletic tports of the Fureka
A. C. took ptnceyeiteidty at Attorla, and were en
Jo)edlo alarkeerowd of tpectaton The Oeld and
trick conipetltiotit pfoted very spirited, flunimaryi
flue huudrid yard path, Oben-Won by Thnuut
K. Uulrenuau, Eureka A. t'.. William H. tlregory. N'a
tlonnl A i .tecond. Walter O Crown, WiUlamtburgh
A. ('., tulrd. Tlnie, 11 tecoudt.
Kat Mint Race Uoii b Inhn J. Lord, Henry A.
Smith fecond, Johu 11 Iredenckt third. Time, IHV4
three legged Reoe-Won by J. A. tlandertou and
Walter O llacKaj, humka ..(', William II Irwin
an I William IL lireury. National A C. second,
Charles A. Iironton ami lltrri Keiiej, Wllliami
burgh A C third. Time, 47 tecon. It.
Two bbiidred and fifty yaru Run, hcratnh, for Mem.
ben Won by John II. Slciioldnck. Thomas K. Mu.
rtnuan tecond, John tl. Boyd third. Time, J4ti teo
oudt Running High Jump. Open Won by John n Ken
nely, .National A f. with .1 feel 3ti Inclici, Ihnmat
1- Mulretiiiaii, Fureka A C , tecond with 3 feet, John
11 CrosiiiiinWllllainiburgh A. t.., third with 4 feet
Uunning Brotd Jump Won by riamuel K. Thomat,
Niulonsl A t'., with 17 fiet 8t Iniliet: J0I111H, U'en
ueilj. National A. C.. second, with 17 fi et 1 lilih, J.inn
II, lloyd. Kureka A. C. Ihlr.t.nlth HI fiet N'i I111 het.
Tug and Iridic Race Won by William II llj.l.r,
Kureka ( .. Ualicri! Crown. Mllla11nburgh A. C.
tciond. Thomas 1, Whalrn third.
rlulil liiinnred and eighty-yard Race for Members
tSoilb) yilcbael L.leem), Tnoiliat Clnrto sicond,
Wnllaiii II. smith third. Time, V iiilin.tei IHJitec
ondt. one mile Run. Open Won hy William II U'alrous,
Clipper A, t ., Thomas F. Chtriet, hemlll i C s.e
ono, Tliniiint 1. t alen. National A. t, third, lime, 3
The Athene Team of the Itoatoa A, A, to
Compete at Halifax,
IfAttrAX, July 0, It Is snnoiiiLCad here thai tha
team of Ilntlon A, A. athleUs who recently ouin.
poted In tho games at Athe-.s, Oreece, will Mill
Halifax at the tnd of this rr-ith to -omnoie In the
iimuti ur spurts on Hie Wam.eriri' grotiudt, Ihey
a 111 bo 111 coinpauled l,y a finh man. J 11 Cnniioili,
the Alheiii, nam iniitittril of 11, F Hurler, 1 I'.
CurtU, W, W lloyi. mid A. HloKo, Johu tlrahain,
trulner of tho Botto limit, It ubio cxpictcd to iiiuio
to the curnivtl.
Odd nnd Ktilt of Hporte,
The ninth onnuul plci In and games of DIs
trlit AtMinbly No. 1U7, KuUhit of loihor. tun lm
liclil ut lltldnlii 1'afk, Jerte) I'll), on Monday, hup
Johnny Murphy hss gone home tn Rotton, lie
ulli rei tain ilnre a fi n days prior to leaving fur
Libert), N, ,, nhiitt he will do lilt training- for
hit coming lialtle Willi "pedlar" Palmer
Tho Mr.. nit I'l.vo Hapilht, Cenlrul Iljpllit, and
Tnbcrniirlu Hapiist cliuruhcs of Hn)kl)ii mil mild 11
joint tt t of garnet ui the parade ground. Prospect
I'arl., 10 morrow 'ifti riiuon, I no ettnts will be a
lolloi.t itiiiinlug Jump, itunning Jump, ihrto
IiroI rate, luu yar 1 Uui.11, boyt' ruct, aud hltytiu
ruiu. In audition mere will no two rucut of Joo
yurdt uatn for boys of Strong Piatu CUurrii tuilv.
A hateball game mil ho played betneen the ttsime
representing tho Htrnng yiaue and Tabumaclo
churihvt. bluer niedalt will bo awarded In each
Tronble Between Trneksnen an Cjretlsta
oa iwe lladsoa Conntjr Donlevard,
Jersey City wheelmen artt greatly exercised
over what ther allege Is a conspiracy against
riders who nss tho Hudson county boulftttrd.
Artlnn w recently taken by tho officials In
Hudson coiintv to tlebnr heavy trucks and c
hlc'es from using tho new botilovnrtl, and It Is
now said that truckmen nre attributing this
discrimination to the Influcnco of blojclo
riders, and havo derided to distribute tnoks
and broken gloss along tho boulevatd whrrctrr
possible tn annoy wheelmen. Illilors of Into
havn suffered so much from punctures that nn
Investigation wna mndt, nnd It was chaiged
that truckman hnvo admitted tlirnwlng tacks
on tho boulevard. Cnmpla.li ti ncre mndo to
Chief Consul Robort Oontlo nf the Now Jersey
division of tho league, n:id he nt onco com
mtinlcntol with tho llos.nl of Freeholders of
Hudson county, protesting ngolntt tho prno
tlco. In restwnso to tho complaint William
Heller, director of the Hoard, sent the follow
ing letter to Mr. Oentlot
"Your communication ot the 3d lnrt., with
enclosure received. I havo notified the police
of tho different municipalities, and they will
keep a strict watch for tack throwers. Tho
superintendent of the boulevard has been
requested to Instruct his men to bo on tho
lookout for any ono attempting such mean
tricks. At the next mooting of this Hoard
I will have yonr lottor read, and wo will do
evetythlog In our power to severely punish
any ono caught throwing tacks,"
Tha Racing Board ot tha league recently
suspended a number of riders In rJan Fran
olsoo for compeMiyr. tn Sunday races held
nnder tbs auspice ot the local Cyole Board
of Trade. This action hna revived ths ques
tion of the league adopting rules making tt
optional with divisions to sanction bunday
In California Sunday li a popular day for
outdoor sporU, and unloss tho L. A. XV. takos
steps to change Its present rule thoro Is a like
lihood that races will beheld independent of tho
organization. At tho present tlmo tho Racing
Hoard Is opposed tu racing on Kunday. and
Chulrman Gideon has ln okedthe National Cycle
Hoard of Trade to use Its lnlluenco to suppress
such contests. Tho Uonrd of Trado put itself
on record last year as opposed to ftundaj ruios,
and oxpressed Its approval of tho L A. W. rule
on the subject,
At the Waverly, N. J trotting track on
Wednesday, well-known amateur nnd pro
fessional riders took part in tho racie of the
Cuban-American F(r. Tho novice race was
won by J. Korb, Jr., of Jersey City In tho cry
ordinary tlmo of 'J minutes 45 :!- seconds.
In tho amnleur races Teddy Uoodmun won tho
llve-mllo handicap rate from straU-h. defeat
ing Joe Harrison, Ilert Rlploy, and Ray
Dawson from tho samo mark. Goodman's win
in tho flvo-mlle contest was the prettiest race
of tho day. Ills tlmo was la minutes as; -5
eeronds. Ho cut down a big field of riders
without any effort.
Hay Dawson of the Now York Athletlo Club
took second prlrn in the half-mllo handliap
from scrntch. Goodman also "on the two
tnllo handicap from scratch tn 4 minutes
4o 3-6 seconds. Tpm Ilutler of Cambridge
port woi the mile, opeu, for professionals,
with Conn Raker, Columbus, second, and
Hnrry P. Mnshcr. Plninncld, thlnl. The tlmo
was 2 minutes ail 4-fi seconds, which was
good, considering the heavy track, loin Rut
ler also won tho two-mllo handicap from
scratch, with his brother, Nat Hutler. '20
) arils, second. The time wns 4 minutes :id 1-6
The bicycle clnbs In Hudson cnuntr are
taking steps to form nn assoclstlon of cycling
clubs for the purposo of holding n big toad
race every fall on the Hudson County Iloulo
vard. The Idea is etdorsed ny all the leading
ilubs, and a mooting still shortly be. held tu
form a temporary orgnnlrallon. A promi
nent mcmbi - of tho (lud.-on County Wheel
men t-ald )r t Jay:
I "This is a aote In the right direction nnd I
hopo it nillroeet with success. 11m wheel
men have. In A measure, been forestalled b) the
Good Itoads Association. The latter is n. good
organization and appcnls to every nheelmtn.
but 'here Is room for nn association of clubs.
The Good Roads Association is compo-ed of
horse owners and other ritlren. as well as
r)cllts, who ate working together for tho ro:n
mon good. This organlratlon. ulthough young.
Is In lighting trim and r.111 no doubt aicom
plish much. The proposed nstorlatlon of clubs,
as J understand it. would work In the same di
rection, but tho prime object would 1h to hold
nnnnall) a tnentv-fivc-mlle hs.ntl!cnp rond
rnco such as the famous -Mil burn rond tore.
In addition to promoting rond race such an
organization would nld In cementing Inter-club
frhnilship.s and bring the clubs of this
county In closer touch for the mutual benetlt
of all riders."
San FliVNCtsro. July P. -Two tired nnd dustT
wheelmen rode up to the dry Hall nt h-.'to
o'clock last night and wore immediately sur
rounded I.) a group of rj Ulsts vilio had len In
nailing many hours In expectation of their
comlntr. They were John l.a Frame and Nor
man De Haux. nnd they had ridden from New
York to ,-nn hranclsco four days faster than
the ext-tlng rrs 1 id. The) left .New York tlty
ut U :l.'i o'clock nn the morning of June 1 and
nrrlvel here last nlclit at S:110 o'clock, mak
ing tne exact time of !I7 das 14 hours and .10
minutes. 'I he total number of tulles covered
was 3,(1.154, or an average of tie rly 100 miles
a day throughout tne entire trip. The best
prev Ions reconl was li) John 11. Wlltr. who
started from this city and lluished lit New
nik ilty His time was 41 dnjs 1 hour and
An leton. Wis., Jul)- 0. With three vic
tories tn his crt'dlt to-day Htld completed nn
uubriken chain of victories for hi tlrst tno
lit) son (ho Miittonnl urcult. Two of thene
rates to da) were non bv Inn lengths at least,
but on tho half mil" Hon. lull ot Rm hester
pushed Raid right to tho tapo, finishing but a
unit length bo k.. '1 ho tno re.u rtd-rs. with
danger. Gardiner, and .loger. and perhaps
Duller, meet at Rattle t'leetl.e first tnuda)s
of next wc'k. 'Hie suminarlos:
Mtle 0(ii, ProfeKtOi.ol -Raid won, ytcgler too.
ond, llartteiir third. Time '.' 11! l.A.
hlngle l'uid Tvio Mile, t(en, I'rofettlonal
Paid won A C. Mirtent, rt laul, teiotiu, fa-g r
third, 7iei-ier fourth. Oardlni r nfth. Time, 4-4." 1.
I up cc 1 Half mile. Open, Prorcttitmal Dala
won, Randall, Itochottcr, tecon.l, legler third.
Time, 1 minute.
Hlugie paced Mile, Handicap, Profctttonal
Orlebter, It Paul, 4U jurdt, won, htcveiit, S3
yardt, tecond, J. Wclllp, Mllnuukee, 180 )ardt,
third. Tune, 3 04 1 3.
The Central Wheelmen of Ilrooklyn have ar
routed the fcllonliig club rum for Jul) and Augutti
Jul) It, Msiibattan lleuch, 1H, tJuteui; V5, blatiu
Iilaud, Aug, 1. 1'allta 1c Park, ri, llertteu Reach, 13.
1 luthliig, JV, S'ew Dorp, SH, limit Reach
A bicycle uliib hai bteu furtuet In l.ttt Quogue,
L. I., lumnotel exi.lusliely ot women, mill llltt
Hattie Vail as I'retMent
.several menitiers of the Alpine Cyclers of , 'Ho.
bokeu will, ou Aug. VI. attempt to ill 10 Phlla.
deipiua ae-t reiiiru In meaty four hours.
I in, onieisl nguret of the number or tilcyclet that
put.ed through lairniouut Park, Piula lelphla, m
yuy, lhHJ, wat ln4, vihile this year the returns
place- the lillhihiT at 07,au7
Peter lierln, the proretatnnal rider, will make an
atli mpl thlt fall to lowtr toiiiu of the tiiort dlt
taucc track reenrdt. Rirlo It uow riding veiy fail.
A lc)clo tournaiiunt will be held at Ray t?hore
011 July 1H, under the outfit et of tho Ray 3huro
A tllver cup will lie awarded by tho Mew York
Athletlo Club In the member rldiug the grcatett
number of days up to bept. 1J, no one ride to tsj
oks thin five miles.
The Merntiu Wheel Club will hold o race meet
ou Aug tv
The bouih Ilrooklyn and Paramount Wheelman
will hold a Joint run to Luke rmtctis nest stinuu).
the laiunjs twenty four hour Cuca cup race, the
haling long distance conical held In Kiiaiaud, will
take uiAiu at tho Kerne Hill traUt on July 24 uud
Chariot It. Jensen of the Olyuiplu Wheelmen of
lirooMjii, uhili'on u trip fiom tiiisti!) 10 1'hilt
n ipaia latt week, rodo from M, Ueorgu to rotten-
till-, a illslaine of lll miut, In 43 mlnlittt,
which, ho claims, It moid lime orcr that road. ZZ
the liuanie Couimitaioiurt of Jertc) Clt) have
apprupilntssi f.iuu to ; thu purihate uf bicyclut
rur the police.
The lierci r fount) Wheelmen will hold a cen
tury run to morrow from Ireuton to Aatnirj Park.
I ho Atslautit Wheelmen of .Newark will present
the prlrca won At their recent race meet to thu mu
licit at their club lioute thlt evening. ,
liic Star Whet linen of Hallway will hold o series
of rosl races to morrow,
lit cycling division of tho Harlem Young Men's
Chu ..in Attociittioii have cln lei thu following
omen-, l'ltliuelit, II. McKioii, Iloerttar) treat
urer, J. A. billions, Captain, H, M. htrlppie, Lieu
. tcnauta. 11. M. rubor and A. l'rltrfel.trr,
' The ynrxvllln VVheeliiiin will hold n run to Her
gen Point 011 bundu).
The aood ltoa.lt Attoclation of Drookl)n will
nold a bicjiie parule m iclober In coiiuccituii with
thu o enll.g of lilellluori.. an Hue.
Aiuo.ig tno r.i m mon wno mil ride at Msuliat
tun JU'iih 011 Jul) J3 aro 1.. 1', Hat I, loin i'uoer,
Malm Maager, rum Iimkr, nn I 1 f. Mien.
Tne Heun Ujcle tiuli of ri... .1.1)1. mil null the
f,ill..vilu- club runt ilurlng July IV, lurltiska
1), 1A, Uli'ktville: III, Hull),,,
Toe Liis-fi) Wiitilmi'u of iirool.l)n will hold o
nve mile iluh road ruco ou July le.
The II lit. m 11 1 is Detente the Meteor nn Time
Gl.Asnow, July 0.- Tho Gorman Emperor's
new 1 in Inn cutter Meteor made Iter nrsluppeur
ante In 11 race In theC'lyde to-day, sailing over
ihet'ouisefrom I. orgs around the fingboiitu off
iini- Ho), llognuy Point, nnd Mount .stti.trt
I and linil., tntie urntiud, a ili-tniiruof fori).
e glit iniici, undf r tho utispkcsul Ihn llowil
J.hiks ii.tht tinb. M e liiililii'd Ilrst, hut the
nice was won by tho Hrii.uiM.i on tliuu ullon
ancuot ,i minutes and in stcornls, 'ihoAilea,
talanlta, and caress ultu elm ltd, hut retired,
owiug to their having bet.unie brcalmed. In the
race for tneuty-iaters lhe I'enlunl beat the
BARGAINS GALORE! j
At Friday and Saturday Special Sale 1
Some Odd Bicycle 1 75 prs.Tan Bicycle A
Coats and Pants. Shoes,
B.50 L50 1
Woro S4.00. Woro S5.QO. B
GolMllcyoto SuiU. liest mnko EXTUA SPKOIATj. 060 9
nntl nmtorlnl, woro $16.00, to Q 7E pnlrs Duck Trotmors, ro- V5C It
closc,it OmJis tlucctl from 81.60, toolosent,. '-'' H
125 Dtcycto SnitB, our own 225 Golf-Itlcyclo StiltH, boat i
ninkc, mndo to sell nt f8.00, "5 Oft foreign Root la. elcBiint tint- 1 7? t
toclosont OaVO torus. wcro?ao.00, toclotto at. lA4J ftl
Golf-IJIoyclo Pnnts, box hot- -y f( Outlnc Cops, allk llnotl, Intogt Cre fM
toms, vcre 83.00 to olosoot... O.UU styles, woro $2.00, now J J M
05 doien Leather Belte. BOO., were 7Bo, 25 doren pather nelts. 80c.. were 81.00, Homo 25
rf'seii odd Hose, all colors. 2Bsu wero $1.00. Bathing Suits. 75c, $1.00, Sl.fiO. Dnthltig Trunks, H
12c 2Gc, U5c. Clin. Ilatlilng nelts, 5c Sj
A.QSPALDINQcS:BROS., 126-130 Nassau St. I
out this week k
what we have
J95 model Wheels
Lamp and Bell.
HULBERT BROS. & CO.
Men and Women's opening Outfits and Costumes.
26 WEST 23D ST.,
NEW YORK. JF
Note Abont the Amntear Chaatploaeklp
and t'arrtat Event.
Golfers are well pleased with tho largo
entry reelved for the amateur championship,
which begins nt the Shlnneoock Hills Golf
Club on Tuesday, lc-ally there Is a growing
opinion that the honors will be carried off hy
plnv ers from the Now York or Now Jersey clubr.
which, to home ejtent at least. Is born out by
the enme they are putting up. James A.
Tyng. Jnspcr Lynch. 11. P. Toler, and II. G.
Trevor are tho most noted players now at
Shlnneoock Hills, but both C. n. MacDonald,
tho champion, and A. II. Fenn aro expected
to-day. while to-morrow a host will go down
tn the course. Tyng Is practising In good
style and has dono the eighteen holes in TO,
hO, nnd 81, nnd averaging 83 in fourteen suc
ces'lvo rounds. Toler has cut hU record for
the round down to h.1. Lynch finds the course
to his liking, and Is making the approach
plavs In grand stvle. Treror Is ploying con
sistently nnd will be hard to beat this year.
A unique happening which was recorded
as having taken place on English Greens, that
of a golf ball landing In a bird's nest contain,
lug four eggs, smashing one of them and
leaving the remainder unbroken, has been ri
valled by an ocenrrance which took place on
the Paterson "olf Club's course on 'Wednes
dav afternoon. S. M. Allen, a member of the
club, was playing around. In going from tho
"tree hole ' to ' long diamond" after mating
n good drive, the hail went out of the coiirso
on n clonk shot and landed in a clump nf bush
es. It looked Uko lost ball, and the caddy
went quickly to locate It. When the boy ap
proached the hushes he Jumped Kick In as-tonl-hmcnt
nnd becknued Mr. Allen to come
over. What ho saw vvaso small-sized rabbit
kicking on the ground In Its death agonv.
Tl.ero was a elitrnt inntuitnn about tho left
ear, from which a littlu stream of blood wat
running. Cloo hy the animal's head was the
while golf bull vvltti n slight soot of blood
marking It, The rabbit expired In a few mo
ments, and one of Its r.ind legs was detached as
a troph) and a mascot.
In the Unit member's handicap comnetlt Ion,
at tho .Madison Golf Club, three rounds of tho
six-hole course, tho following cards havo been
r7rM. ITtleap. AVf.
J hovell Paulmler lot l'i na
lion II II. ii'sman HI 85 lliu
llpnj llardnlcke Il 0 121
It I. ltrmnltt 137 So 117
1. l. 1 niiutli . .. .- 1.M 17 ISt
Hr C W Scarborough lilt J lie
1) H Kimball las 2u us
Prof. J. 1, lieuton Ul'j is Its
Tills makes Mr. Paulmler the winner. Mr.
TlniilwUke. lio pluieu from scratch, was
beaten by but two scores. Tho new nine-link
course of the shelter Island imlf club Is
nearly ready for play , aud a scries of tourna
ment gomes will soon bo announced. The
cour-e Is under the direction of C. A. XV. Fox,
recently of the Albany Country Club, and is
beautifully situated (in tho picturesque High
lands near tho old Mauhanset House, and has
Leon prnunuiK.il by many golfors equal to any
otln'r tn this country. If not In Kurote. Fox
wont over tha unfinished tourso lost week
with it scoronMt). An old colonial villa on
tho links hashacti turned Into an ideul club
house. The nllloers of the new club aro; Prcsl-de-it,
Coinmixlnro Latham A. Fish, New York:
Vict-Prtsldent, Irr. .1. I.e'ter Keep, Ilrooklyn;
rtecteiary. Henry P, Havens, New York.
Among the well. known members aro Thomas
li. Wood, the Hon. F. A. Schroednr, Itlchaul
P. Herrlck, Thomas A, How oil, Frank A. Mun
sev, Henry I). Nnrris, Cull PUkhardt. Adolf
KuttrolT. Timothy Hugiiii, Adnlph Mhiiiirr
miinn, of New York; Jarvls II. Edsun, 1 rank J.
Laxnn, Isadora .M. Hon, George A. Stanton,
Charles 11. Otis, of Ilrooklyn, nnd John 11.
During the competitions for the June cup. In
be won by the player making the ben more
during tho month at the Ksscx County Country
Cltili at Orange, there was a s) steuiatlo Improve
ment in the play of each contestant highly
grntlfjliig to tho Greens Committee Conne.
(itienti) a cup has been put up to bo pla; t-il
for under similar conditions during July. 1 ho
best stores handed In for the June cup follow;
T. II. 1'onrrt Karr- i.rott. Ihi. Zrt.
Onu . 4 .'. .1 0 1 C, 7-41 -"I"--"-
III .. fi .1 tl 0 a 0 U 4 8-ttl 84 0 84
I.. St Clair Cnlby
Oui.. . 4-1 o 07405 6-47
ill . o 0 o t) 1 0 0 tl b-8- PS 6 7
I'. II. I.OO
Oill .043304(16 A-44
lu .. a 4 6 ti a 4 a a - it-aa o as
bldilcv M. Colgate
(mi Hs4A04es niH
III fi tl U 0 4 M a 0 t 13 91 S SI
i". F. Walton -
Out.. ti .1 S 4 B 0 9 4-4S
lu 477I1U460 4-4H- Ct 0 04
Itk hard llfolKutr
Out it 4 a il fl 5 8 A 0-41
In. t II II 7 4 ti 0 0 4-a - 04 0 04
(Jill I 3 3 7 fl H 4 3-49
III .i fi 4 7 fi U 0 4 6-4V- 97 S 04
lliot, V. VortiT
tiul II 1 U fl A 4 H (1 0-51
111 0 11070(160 4-3J-104 0 00
11 T. Klttam-
init i 5 7 0 (1 0 6 5-33
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lu . .i ri U ll 0 u 0 7 B-..7-114 IS 103
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Out. i H 10 fl H H ID fl 7 8
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1 11. Jlavfcineji r -
Out . .1-4 0 Mil 0 8 7 0-71
III (III i 7 II II H 7 O-oU-180 18 1)4
Play for I ho July cup, now In progress. Uuvrr
the new niiiu-liolu coiiree. widen Is lui ger unU
much more Uiftlcuit than thu old one-
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hea bat rioont, pty jut, ISe oos. 1B0 feet braldtl ,
Panic lim, I.k- hlx mill nunl rvelt, litki. Ash ana
lancewooil lisnk ro.lt, with i-xira tip, etio, Flus.
hookt tra long thsnk, in,, hulfilos
Beml tttiiinfor lllu.lrtlcj lUlilui; tackle catalonua,
J 1. JI AKS ruth, 33 Court tt., Ilrooklyn.
CRAWFORDS, LYNDHURSTlC ' I
Tjkmr Puen, No Kvtra I'hnrse. II
Illcjcle Huiidrlr at I.utve.t PrtaaaVj II
DURANT McLEAN &. CO., Jft
FOUR JIIl"t'l.r.S for tile cl can. make Imji Jv
Addrtit. c. i. p., box iu, Sun up town onioe, l.xej
vTc' MJ IH.NU (UiVFlisvit.sT TBStT. "csnuonr.
O sum. umiorini, suorilt.flaut, .lruiiii,At- brud lor
catalogue war relict, ll.ltVI.,27 Krom su
Eleven members of tho Unknown Onn Club par
ticipated In the rrt-iilnr monthly live-bird shoot o(
the oritsiiKatlon nt Dexter Park yettcrilay after.
noon, Knt n itrilglit score was ramie, Thu scorn l
Tint I'veut It -Kiilur monthly club shoot at soven
live blrdt each, for club bado, hundloap ri,M.
K.lward A. Vrooiu., its yards, 0; Uenrj Rnebeu
br., WM yiinlt, tl; John II, Voorbltt, lit) yards Oi
lot llitlulnui.i, .' )ardi, 6 Johu rlync. ad
jarut, Cij ueoro Potter, KO )lhl, Oi lloLert Sjntth.
110 ynrds. 4 William hand, va' yards, B Hen I
von Utaileu, ltd yaiut, 3, Itiuiard ilcuka, al lam. I
B, Audre C. Ilinfciii, w.t jar.ti, S. " I
Reconit Kveut-OAiinstakis at three live bird
each, liuudlcaii i!m mhiui, 0, Sau.it, SiMcOulu.
uu.i, Vi l'ollir, a, oorlilct, 1, Itaokln, 1, Von
lu llo.Ksns carried otr the honors at the month.
ly llio uir.t hooi of thu Parkway Hod and Oun
t lub on Welnovday afiernnon at Pexirr 1'urk bv
niniiiK the club ba.lgu r.rtor a ttuoluru fluhi vvltii
11, UrajjiHill, who ulto killed ttraunt In the oiuo
snoot. It took no leu than eleven roundt to declu.
the auction of ovtner.ulp of in. badge, wbeit
Hramvtell inlitut , although Uio bird wat hit hard
aiid,ilroppeil dea.lotor.the lino, a Iianilkop nmicS
raio luiione.ltno iniln uvcut, which rrtuliwt in a
victor) rur Hruuitteii's slue, Uu Uelg-iut won ail
the BAttptlakes viniili winded thu club snoot
llio tcon .
Zr Irn; l'.v , nt Itc.tulsr monthly olub shoot at tev en
liiebii.itea.il, lor ctuti naubu. Ciuta A. I ce llei.
f.B,V tV .?. "St.? 4,.,ra'"""". Wye. ,
second (.vrui-lvyeeptukw at threo live blr.lt I
'Vi. "''B"". ,. e, J. liraiuwell, Uj Kill." i.
tilth tvent Hun. U04i mutch race at n n.. I li
a8,ia!lfi,,,M,, ' -s?