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I D ,4 ' THE SUN, SATURDAY, El&lUJAltY 20, 1897, .' ,
CI B NEWS 0F T1IE WHEELMEN.
a IB, ovrictAi.s or xiu .. ,i. ir. to
I Huh' jhhcu.ih vi.axh xr.xc i:i:k.
W Hu "VlecfSrealdent Morrison and 4'lilef Consul
f wj fljf' Ilasvaoa of Colorado Ho ftnt Karseet is
Ir U Mi.IWO.i-rthnHund.ijr queetlon-A New
'J if Aaeoelaitlon In 'I'll la City Oricunlred.
"i m jHv VIce-l'residenta Morrison nntl Kcrekcr of the
' K JB . L. A. W. were la tlie city yesterday to confer
'- 8! H''' Trlt1' '"''"nt ''otter upon the pluns to be car-
', i i rlcJ " during tlm ye ar. l'resldent Potter win
'' ' ft ' t lUrtforil yesterday, but tolegraplietl Hint ft
I J t meeting of tlie Kxecutlve Committee would be
llih held In tills city cu next Tuesday.
M ' I jj k Morrison denies Hint there Is any Indication
' j In tbe West of tho secession of members from
"1 lit"' the League, due tolls settlement of tlie Sunday
V ''It racing question. In speaking of tbe same sub.
III- Joct Chief Consul Dawson of the Colorado dl
1 Mr Tlslon sarst "This talk of a Western split In
8 ' I i tho I.. A. W. Is all nonsense. I consider tho
ill whole racing business ft minor branch of the
' ,'. League work. I shall favor no deflection, nor
j 1 . will 1 tolerate any action detrimental to League
Interests on the part of any official In raydl-
' ! vision."
V j : Delegates representing fifteen cycling clubs
jf were present at tbe Hotel Dartholdl nn last
'l , ; '' Tuesday night and organized the Associated
! m J" Cyullng Clubs of the City of New York. After
t 1 ! adopting nconstltutlon and by-laws, tbe follow-
i ft ; '.' Ingofllcers wet o elected:
j j j ,' Charles I'-Slmms, Jr., Morris Wheelmen, Treildenti
J ; James O'.Nidll, Mecca Wheelman, Vlecl'reddent: Wll
' I I , llainll. Kllnlter. Century Wheelmen, lteeordln Seo
r , I ' ,', retaryi Joseph Ojtuian, Manhattan Uleycle Cluli, Cor
j ; 'I; fr' retpondlng Secretary: M. Freldenrlch, Harloni Wheel
, i men, Treaturer. i:xrcutlveCiimmlttee--Krtward Her
t 'III bsreaui, Illterttde W.i Carlton V. Naaon. Manhattan
III ' II. C. John Trick. Morris U'.i Waller C. Kelly, White
jf- P, C.C.) A. 8. Wilson, ltoyal Arcanum W.i Ed J. r.lter,
l ' j I Triumph W.
I If I The objects of tho association as provided by
V fil tbe constitution are:
w, To promote Hie Inter. ill of wheelmen In tbe city of
;, I ,' ' rtswYork: to secure and protect their rlghtt; to ts-
I ' cure the Improvement of nml. and strooL within
lilt the city of New tors, and Its vlclnltyi to secure the
if -, regulation ot street trsnia atTeotlna' c)clliti to en.
! eouraiti rrleudly Intercourse Petwceu the clubs nf the
t I ' ai.oeUtlon, and to secure such letls atlou as may be
j I . required la the Interests or wheelmen.
: 11 ' Any cyclo club In this city desiring to Join the
i i . ; association may make application to the sccre-
- s i fr tury.
I , 1 1 . The membership of tho llrooklyn Illcyclo
f 1 It Clubhas Incri'iisrd so rapidly that the club's
t j I ' home at HI) Hanson place Is not largo cnouxh
r 1 l for tno growing needs of tho organization.
' I i While tbe cluu lias n lease of Its present house
. Ulf for two years longer the members, are agitating
, ill! ' the nuestlon of securing ground upon which to
' j build a now home. U Is suggested that at tbe
II uext meeting of the club on March 1) the mat-
' terbe discussed, nnd If approved a commltteo
t : should be appointed to take the necessary steps
j ' II , to secure a location.
J' 1 I ' Ei-Presldcnt .Sterling Klllottof the I.. A.W.,
j I since his return to lloMun from th iinntmt
I I) rueetlngof the League has been assured that his
, ' defeat for reflection wasdiieentlrely tnpencer
I T. Williams of llnston, who was responsible for
i I r lnlluencltig lllteen members of the Mussacbu
Jli setts division to rote for 1'otter. Klllotl scores
l II - Williams severely for his desertion of a division
, j II candidate.
J Arthur Have. The route from Paris to Geneva
I II r Is a fine one. ending up with fifteen-mile coast
ill ' Into Oeneva. We are unable to name the stop,
ft ping places. PerhaDs eorae of Tub Sr.N'j reftd-
II era who have taken tbe trip may be nblo to glto
I j t us tbe Information.
I; Harlem. To ride from Kewbursh to Monroe
111 and thenco to Greenwood t.nUv. go direct to
) I New Windsor, and then continue, through Writ
4 Cornwall and Cornwall to Moutitattivlllv; from
If this point ride to Houghton Farm and direct
1. through Woodbury nnd Highland Kails to
I 1 Monroe: then cross to Turner's and rldo through
I I Arden to Urcenwood I.nku.
' yli' Tu Tilt: KniTuitor The Sun .Sir: I wish to
' I S ask through your cycling rolnnin for Infonno-
II J- tlon of any of my fellow wheelmen who havo
, taken the trip through England whut tho
I, averago expense are. Without doubt rural
I li, Kngland Is charming and delightful, and h
IS llireo months' trip, say from Urlstul. through
i Devon. Hornet, tbe New Forest. Sussex and
II ." - Kent, and perhaps north, through tbe Cathedral
It'.' district, slopping a uay or n weuk, as fancy
1 it might dictate, would make an Ideal sum.
J' raer outing: but 1 who will have plenty of
I 1 time, but not plenty of money nut naturally
I 1; anxious to be Informed what these "While
I I;' Horse Inns" and "Kings Arms Taverns" charge
I 111- weary travellers.
I If' If somebody will say not over SI a day thoy
I Ji y will have my eternal blesslng.l hope. E. M. W.
If . E. C. PslJ. the professlonsl rider, will shortly leave
I 1 for California to train for the erring meet.
I l. Tho Numlualllitf Committee of the Central Wheel.
I IIS men has selecttM the loilowlut ticket to de voted rnr
I ij. at the niiousl roetllllgnu March 111 I're.ldrnt, W. l
I If, tarliMce-i'restient, . lMiarlachs; Hevretary.Trea..
I It- urer. C. Clloks Camiln, L. Kmlerle.
I II? k rresldent I'otter eonteinpute. inaktnjr the league
I 111; headijuaruirslii the 1'olter liulldliw In thlleltr.
I I, . The Tourist Cycle Cluli of l'atersou ha.nlnted the
I 'll, fcliowlnxonteirst ('resident, t:twln N. llopioni Plrst
I ll! Vlce.'resMnl. Ldward W, Ituoell; hernnrt Vice.
f 11' President, W. ll. nrwoodt Reeordlns; Meeretary, Y.
, I I 11: O. Kcboonrasker: Financial Meeretary, K. IL lle.ileyi
I II' Trea.urer. Uriah Hopper; Capinln, bat Id Itogersi
I III Mtuieaauta, II. Meulnley and r Miannniu liugler u,
II' ' W. Ileram Color hearer, C. U. Ueatly llnrarnors.
I', S"l'on Scott, W.8. HorstslI, A. Quackenbinh, and v.
'! I I , W. Morgsn.
I I I." The txceUlor Cycle Cluh will taotd Us first offlclal
I I. club run of tnayrarnn April 4.
i I Z J. C. It.-The aildre.s of the New York County
, J ilj Wheelmen Is uto West fourth street,
i I lea The cycling section nf the XX Cnterle. of ISSSecond
; ! I w avenue, has been reorganized for the commit sea.ori
I IJ with llilnjne members as a .tarier, Thesectlnn
S I I 11' was n popular feature of the orpanlratlon about nee
i I I I ' years ago. .The acquisition nf several prominent
.' I I1' members of the Hranierey Wheelmen and llieMe-
X. I U phi. to Wheelmen. In addition to a number of unot-
f I I; lached riders, has reved lnierest,aud lliesectlon
i II promises to outnumlier any regular cycle club down-
!, JI' town.
V I l The Richmond County Wheelmen, which was or
K i lw (fanned nn Feb. !J0, inwii, will celebrate It. nr.t birth.
' II II,,' day tn-nKht hy opening Its new club house at An llay
t Mil. street. TompklusMllo. The club has about i)u mem-
r I I'
2, j i; MEDAT.a ron ma Tiri:Tr.si:coxn.
HrlB..Oen. Plticerisld ICevlewa the Itecl.
&l t ment and Mnkea Au'iirda.
'. llll Last night was an eventful occasion In the
ij j k career of the Twenty.sccond Itcglmcnt. nnd the
J HI? boys were on hand In fatlguo uniform, nnhanccd
? HI by "dress trousers." to be reviewed by Ilrlg.
F, , li Oen. Louis Fitzgerald and to assist at the dls
U j t trlbutlon of luug.servlco medals and marks.
X, I jt men's badges.
'ft Hi Tho General and bis stall filed Jn with mill.
i f tary promptitude and put thu men through
if; J '' their facings In rare stjle. Kvery soldier boy
jv In the ranks was on his best behavior, and tho
&( Ul , various movements were gone through wltn
ffnijlll Almost autumatlo precision. Itegliiiniual and
Hl Btate decorations furlong and fulthful uervlco
i - wore presented as follows!
'11 ' iigfmtr.NTAr.
'f t II'- Fifteen Years' Service -Copt J. a It, Mlllendatil.
S' 5' Battalion Adjutant 1L J. laly, Second I.leuk liavdi
, II! lweubetn. Drum Major O, W, brown, and Hurgeant
i I 1 1 Josepu Unier.
t lli .' Tan Years' bervlcs-Ouartermaster Kergrant liunlel
f 11 t Mot.'urdy, Hfra.ant A. II. Iludsuu, 1'rltuta T, It. IVr.
;, j ll ""; nam, and Private Harry Wilcox.
' V I i Class I., 8.1 iVeors-Color bearer Albert Wilkinson,
I- J( . Class II.. go Years-first Lieut, Walter H, liennete.
- ! I Compauv V, '
t ill' ,.c'la" " IB.Vears-Reglmental AdJr. Htephen P.
J 1 1 Hart. Hergeant Joseph Uuger. Lompanr ll.
5 I ! Class I luYears-In.peclor of Itiflo Practice Cle-
J I1 ; moot P. Kro... Private Throaoio It. I'erhani, Coouunr
i Ci Private Hairy Wilcox, , Company Hi Capt John if.
J v P I.llllendahl, Company ci Hercrant Arthur II. Iluib
t '" son, Company Pi Private Harry A. Ilenoka, Companv
; K. and Ouartermaater Sergeant l'snl.1 McCuruy.
at E. Company 11.
. i Several officers and rank and file men wcro
i Sir. decorated as a result of the sharpshooters' and
, I I , marksmen's competitions during the pa. I year.
V. I : Those who quulllled for tho exceptional honor
If. I 1 1 - of "expert sharpshooters" were!
t J ' ,'" Lieut, S. M. Phillips. Company Hi Capt. D.J,
t. Murphy. Company A i Pint Lieut. C. II, hloiMard
r. ' 111',, (ompany Ai llrifuauce hergeant II. K. Zmt. , (!. Vi
ift III V Oapl, P. Iiherwuod. Compauy Hi l.erseant K IV
Z& ? Jjofj. "y'l 'U -'o'VO"X A-'l- Vrerlan.l?"ompany
;$' .1 U- C Private T. JloTlernsn. Oompauy A: t'orporal (l? il.
A ' ;;o"ee. Company Pi Ji'rlraie a, SwaluklN-onipinv
i yi Pr ate It. lluiche.on. Uumpany It Major A'. I
m Thurslou, Pleld. aud yusrterinasier Sergeant it
, K1 11 ' Ca.ey, Company 0, "
;5 ' The non-commissioned staff seized the nopor
. V 1 1 ' tunlty to present an elaborate, silver table snr.
j , vlco to Ilrum Major fleorge W. Ilrnwn In recog.
i Jill J1,1.'0" "J. llls lon'-' aervlco nnd all-round good
, 'tl , fellowship. "
j l 1Vlthew Defeats Kerr tn the Play OT for
f the i'nnTerae Ooirt'uii,
', ij! LAKP.wotui, Fob. 10, A stlfr hrceo marred
M " tho otherwise favorablo conditions today for
i' , J playing off the tie between F. A. Wnlthewand
', f .' Chuuiifey Y. Kerr that resulted trom yur-
, t. day's handlcnp event for tho t'onveriii cuuon
I I i!' the Ocean County lluntand Country Club links
J!' I ' ullhewwas lit line fiirin, tlrlvlni; uvrr UUO
'V j"!'1" feveral tlme, nnd showing cxcellont
IV. Judgment at approachlnir. He llnlhcd In no
if" Kr"" nd 7 uet. Kerr was sutlcrlng from a
,1,1 1 1, severe cold and played a poor Biimc, thu clgbti en
It;. boles costing htm 1UI. Ills not score wits 1 1 I.
III jlj Nalthew'acuid was:
'K 1 ! t'it a 4 T s s A a 04.1
i2 J ,' i" - o t ii s i B-ii pa a hj
jK1 j I J itiiiui.t.,
W 5 I JacobPchaeferyeiterdaydepo.ltcdhnlfof theatako
H j J In his propo.ed match of fl.tlilo lnts of fourleen.
I Ml' Inch balk-line bllllanls with Prank a Ives. Tlioopm-
fi I 1111 w&eh -.".Vi'ifAj1? .1 '!?" !h0 Hoffman liana,-.
Ik I wbicn was to have taken placa iait nliiht hm i,n,.n
Ite-j M . WlllSX "ii"0" L"dynih " t mcomiViufi
k will be UcunjsBloswn, t'ots, aaa ilniielf.
FAST THOTTIXO AXALTZttn.
Cnrlons Itelatlon of Acs In the High
Hpeed or the SllO Cluse,
Voei ih llorrfmtin.
Hlx trotters have to their credit ten winning
beats or exhibitions against time In !.':10and
better. Four of these. Allx, Fantasy, Nancy
Hanks, nnd Kentucky Union, arumnrrs; one.
Azote, Is n gelding, and one. Directum, Is u
stallion. The leading pacers aro geldings and
stallions, but tho leading trotters nre mares,
Moro ttntllona havo trotted In ":10 than
either marcs or geldings, but their perform
ances havo not covered so great a period of
time nor have they been so meritorious, Ten of
tho fast trotting slnllloiis wero nble to step but
a single mile within the 'J -AO line. The stal
lions nnd geldings outnumber the mnrcs two to
one, and yet lll.l of all !!10 miles aro credited
to tho mares as against l"j miles for the stal
lions anil geldings.
Can It be true that tho even years Inn trotter's
life nre the best for speedy An Inslnnt reply
might be, "No, for more of the trotters who
bnve records nf "2:10 nnd better havo tnkcit
their best records nt nine years tbnii nt nny
other age." Very trti". lint hero Is a proiio
sltlon that many would Hko to hear t-xplnlniih
Why li It that no flve-yeur-olil tins beon nblo
to trot In a race within two seconds nf tbe four-year-old
record 7 Why Is It thnt no llvn-rear-old
hai been able to trot an exhibition mile ns
fast as the record against tlmo for trotters n
year younger? The fourth year In n trot,
ter's life Is not considered a favorable
one either, which strengthens tho point made.
Togo further, why Is It that no soven-ycnr-uld
trotter has been able to win a beat In n race
within two seconds nf the race record for trot
ters a year younger? AVhy Is It no seven-year-old
trottsr has been able to go nn exhibition
mile within a second nf the record against tlmo
fur trotters a year younger? Tn gocven further,
why Is It that no nlnr-yctr-old trotter has lieeii
able to win u heat In n rnra within twniiml
three-ounrtcrs seconds of tho raco rerun! fur
trotters n venr younger? Why la It Hint tin
nlne-yrnr-otd trotter hit lieon able to ifu mi ex
hibition mile within thrro and onv-iuarii'r
seconds nf the record against tlmo for ttottors
a tear younger?
Here Is a period nf six years covering tho
prime of every trotter's life. The comparison
takes In races and exhibitions alike. There Is
not ii single exception In any year, Tho trotters
at four, six nnd eight years have had nn nrerngo
of nearly two seconds more speed, both In races
nnd exhibitions, than the trotters of five, seven,
and nine years, despite the year of advautiico
and presumed Improvement for the latter.
More miles by far have been trotted In 'JilO
and better bv horse six years old than by thoo
nf any other age. nnd although nlra appears to
be no bar and -ill) miles are scattered nil tbe
way from thrro to thirteen years, nearly one
fourth of all tho number are credited to six-year-olds.
Winner nt llnrkaitnte.
ntaxsnst.r. Feb. 10. The trick hero todav was In
poor condition and many hor-es fell. Only three flu
i.heil in the Urst race. The summaries follnwt
Plrst Hare Ms furlom:.. Pert, to a and 4 In ft,
wool Arthur Preelaml, eteii for place, .econd: Helta
ll third, lime. till).
Hecond Raee-Hre furlonis. Melnerney. 3 to 1 and
4 to ft. won: Charlie II . 1 to 3 for place, to.oud, Davy
Htubhs third. Time. I 20.
Third Itaee-atx turlnmts. Ilelnved. Ii In 3 and t to
.1. won: Telegram, 4 to 3 for place, second; Wlsiful
third. Time, 1 10.
Poiirth Itaott Pour and a half furlongs. Trent, ft In
1 andVto I, Men, Pred Munch. 'J to 1 for place. c
on. I: Pmglore third. Time, 1:111.
Ptfth P.aee-Vnnrnndii lulf furlore.. Chl.wlck, It
toftand 4 toft, won: lime l.u-ht ft to I for nlace. rce
ondiKt. Lawrenco II., third lluie, liou'j.
HUlh llaee -lourand n hair tur.our.. vw-nver.ftfn
1 and H to 3 worn Little Ulck.lt In I for place, second;
Helena bells, third. Time. I ov.
Lone Hhnta nt New Ortcnns.
New Omjeim. Feb. Ill Warm weather prevailed
today at the track, and the goliu uns villi scry
heavy. Pavorllei uou only tube. &uni!imrlet
Mr.t Race six rurlougs. .Martin, lof Iblll). I to
S.wom llu.tup. M 'Dean'. Ifttn l.seeonl: blrJohu,
103 (Oamer). 4 to I, third. Time, tut.
Second Race Pour furlong-, hnrniatta. 100 iflayt,
IS to I, woni Onlnnnr, I07IMIT, to lu. ..on. I:
.Ml.a llHttle. 100 ilniraeyl. Sin I, third. Time, U:5'1i.
Third luce-Sit forlorn.. Hstar.L 101 (ilsrnerl. .
tn I wouj F.lklu, lot ilteliTLHto I. second; Vanessi,
Ul irlavi, ft lot third Time, I S1V
Pnurih Race.-Han.lleapi lx fiirlnnt, Helen Wren,
tii (Hum.), PJtn I, won. II. U. pan. Ill .Cnii.l.lj.ll..
Htol, second; Van L'riiut. I Ifl (darnerl, U toft, third.
Fifth Race-Seven furlones. Ilenaun, lit (llurm),
4 toft, won: lllntare, 107 isneel). 1 to l.socond, tilen.
daga, 101 (ltelffi, 7 to t, third. Time. 1 .SUV
Nawra from the Horse World.
Lxxisotov. Feb. 10. The once great raco horso
Tennv arrived hero from California t til afternoon,
where he hai b"en located on J. Ji. Ilaritlh's rauch.
He will be taken In the Heuuniont .tud.
Ilsrry S. Hsnry sued Monroe Salisbury In this cllv
to recoter damages for lolalluli of warranty In th'
matter of the .alo of the trotting nmre Muy liay,
which plalntlrr purcha.ed at a breeder.' sale nt Lex
Ingtou. Aecordfni to the catalogue the mare i.
le years old, hul Henry cla'm shewn, oier V8. Ho
vol a verdict In thKclty, but the Appellste Divl.inn uf
tho hupreme. court at llrooklyn yesterday reversed
the decision and ordered a now trlsL
31'AI.VIS WISH AT Till TJS.IPS.
He Defeats IVed llney nt Hnllruood la is
A small number of club mon Journeyed to
Hollywood yesterday to witness a pigeon match
between Fred IIooj- nnd O. fi. JUAlpln. the
well-known wing ehots. The conditions wcro
100 birds each, SO yards rise, with a l!l.)urd or
Monte Carlo boundary. Aftor n hard-fought
contest McAlpln won by thrco birds, killing "
to Hoey'a 71. Owlug to n high wind, which
blew directly behind the birds, ninny of them
fell deud directly over the boundary.
In the first strlug of twenty each killed
fifteen. Iloey having tun lightning ilrlversiliu
outside. From this point to thu end of tho
fortieth round McAlpln drew eloly nl.ciid.
Killing thirty to Hoey'a twviitv-seveb. At tho
end of the fiftieth round, hunetrr, llnev was
only one bird behind, the tcore rtiindlng Mc
Alpln. . '17: Iloey. 3D. Tbe latter rnntlniied to
shoot In splendid form, and tied the sinre in the
sixtieth round, each having killed fnriy.tlve.
McAlpln then missed his eUty-Ilrst bird, n fust
driver, and Hoey took tho lend, which
he held to tbe sixty-eighth round, when a
fast driver died nutsliln. McAlpln's sixty
eighth bird alio died nutsldo, lloi-y then missed
his sixty-ninth, eevfiity-llrai, eeveiny.fourih.
seventy-llfth.seveiity.sixth. nnd eightieth birds,
while MoAlpln's m.ly misses nero on liN setun-'tlelh.seremy-tbltd,
seventy-sixth, nml Miwnly.
sovrnth birds, which gavu tn lilin the lend again
by one bird. In the last twenty birds .McAlpln
killed fifteen to lloey's thirteen, inuklng him
tbo wlnuer of the mutch. Tho score follows:
a, H. M'Al.l'IN, HO VAIlllH.
8 S 3 0 S 0 1! S 3 0 S H 0 8 1 S S 0 2 a.' 'l!?' "'""n
11 J J II ll 0 S 1! I! 8 II S 3 '.' 3 3.. .11 ft
3 3 3 3 0 2 II 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 V.-l.t ft
U 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 0 2 2 2 2 II II 2 H... 1 1 ,
2 2 3 3 3 0 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 3 2...H ft
Totals u .J3
PIILII IIIIIIV, .'ID YAIII1S.
3 2 2 3 2 2 0 2 3 3 2 3 2 0 3 3 ll 2... 1.1 ft
2 (I 3 2 2 II 2 2 2 ll 2 2 2 2 2 II. ..12 H
2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 II 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2...1H S
2 2 3 2 3 3 30 3 II 3 3 0 ll ll 3 2 2 II.. .1.1 ?
HU' 03 2 23333 3 3' 0303 3...IJ 7
Totals 71 w
jiead out of bounds.
Gnllant Wine IKluiid' Crent Cnnralnc
Livr.itponi, Fob. Hi.- In the llftb round of
the coursing for tho Waterloo Cup, at Fornhy
to-day. Five by Tricks be.it Fabulous Fortune
and Gallant beat lllacic Veil. Tho Hunt beat
between Five by Tricks and (lallniitwits won by
The basketball game between "Poly Prep" and
llrooklyn Latin Suhool attrnclel a large crowd of
students to tbo Adelphl Academy yctlerd.iy niter
noon. It was the third game 111 ilm Long Isiaml I. A.
A, series, and as It was tho Ilriokliu I.nlln School's
first game the team's slylenf piny nu. watched Willi
keen lulorest. The " Poly " boj s it cro tho agre.sors
from the start, and It was clcarl) seen fiat the I ailns
wero 110 mslch lor them.
In the Ural half "Poly" acoreil uteniv points on
sooio cleier goal throwing by llark 11ml l rrntlilni.'.
ham. The Latin hchool Iml. illil not line u iry lor
soal.a. the ball was In their t.rriior) ilirougliniit,
'Poly'inide inrnly-four more poiuialu tn.. cei l
hair to nothing forth- Latins. The lllinl acorn nu.v
-Poly Pren." 44 polnt.i llrooklyu Latin School, u.
The teams lined up as follows-
' J.V'U ''f''v" , I'lifioiis, Ilroolilun Mtn,
waW:'.!'"":rn::: ! mi 'w.m s,.
U Protlilnghani U'ft forward New ton
Clark I'enire n1a
Vnudsrbllt Left defence Himford
Oerrl.h Right defines! ,..'ll''""t
I 1 ludwu'K
Referee H. Forney. I mplro-Dr Peilir. Oo.il
from nsld-t'lark. Is I-Prothlniili.im, ft c. Prothiiw.
ham, 3: Want. 'rime-Twoiit).inluulehalies.
fliu Triumph Wiirelmen uudXailer A. A. pliteii
n game of basketball ut the tatter's gymnu.tam on
Tuc.ilay night, rriulllng In favor or the home leim
by in points m n.
The Hoys' lllsh School basketball lea in were d--r'.ilel
on Wednesday at the Adilpm giuin.uliini.
Urnoslin.bv the Adelpnl iem in tin. lamr's Urst
lnier.ciiola.tlu 'hainplnn.hipguine In III tn 11,
The Hay Ridge A. C. lu.keibuil inm dofeated
the Advance A. C, team In tho Hay Ridge A, C.
ermnasluni. FIfty-.lxtli street and smoiil avenue,
south Trooslyn, 011 WediieuJav eieuiiiR by H to 4
The laaketbuli lumi. or thu II ty lltilje ,. c. and
the Aitvaucu Pusketiinll Club nuu nt the foimer's
giiua.iitn on lues.lay. The game. i tilch i,-ns wi
el.-eetllugiy bard and fast one, w 11. won I , the 11 iy
I'.llno Irani by the .core of IN poi.itk 10 I i.nlnt.
The Pattern DUtrli't V. 3!. C. A. t14-1kell1.nl team
of llrnoklju nl.urd 11 match game at the iirlmni
Pleld Cluu, liuckeii.iicK, N. J on Wedne. lay
evuulng wlih the Kulikerboeker A, C. leuin of
this city. Tho Christians won afler a goon game
...T?? '""ke'inall team nfihe Waihlnmon Heights
1 leld Cluh would like to arrange games for tne ml.
lowing dstesi March in. It). ;i. and !)0, April S, 14
17. and 21. IIUBLcn.it. ot i'evi Rochelic, nrt.-.-mn
Separate Company, Pougbkeep.le, or Itr. Saao's
Iniilrute preferred. Address Y. J. Kutr, murager.
ioO West yilst sirceu '
Pinna or the Ilulldlnit for the TtlK Jlattle
An tl.Ter Tor -ttnlier nnd Mlinrkey.
HAW Fhanciscii, Feb. lli.-Tbe t:tt' Carson
special raysi "Dan Htuart's plans for the
mammoth amphitheatre to bo built at the Car
ton raco trark aro known. It was Htuart'edo
slro to keep his secret until tbo day that actlvo
building operations wcro commenced, but by
nmo book or crook tho story slipped away from
him last night, and now there arc n dozen per
sons nt Carson who know nil nbont It. 1'latie
nnd specifications havo been accepted and work
will be stnrtud at unco.
"The nuiphlthcatro Is to be octagonal In
ehnpe and will ho roofless. Tbo ring will, n
course, be pitched In tho cunlro and will occupy
nn eluvated position on a platform four feet
high. There will benepacoof six feet sur
rounding the, four aides of the ring, nnd Imme
diately adjoining It will bo placed tho repre
sentatives of tho press, Ilehllid tho press scats
nnd extending outward toward the eight sec
tions of the octagon a radius of thirty feet will
be reserved for thu boxes. Tbosowlll be the $-10
seats. Next to thu boxes come the next highest
prlco divisions, These will he placed on tiers
rising from the floor on the circus plan, the cost
of which will depend upon their proximity to
"There wilt be four entrances to tho build
ing. Iletwrun tho sections nf tho octugon will
be broad aisles, und there will bo an extra aisle
In the centre of each, except those where the
entrances are located. This will dlvldo the
nuiphlthcatro Into twelve sections, and It Is the
Intention tn bnve each of ti use sections accom
modate over 'J.DIIO persons. Chairs will be pro
vided for the twenty rows behind tbe boxes,
and back of those will bo benches,
"The building wlllcmt Stuart In thenelghbnr
hood of 1 10.0011. It Is not to be built by con
tract. ThcTexnn's plan. It Is said. Is to purchase
the lumber nnd have the building put together
by Cnraon workmen."
linn Lynch ieterday received n telegram
frmn Dun rUu-irt In which he olTered $o.OOO for
n light b-iweoit Tom Sharkey nnd I'eler Muher.
It Is not believed Stuart c4U secure the con
test for the sum olfureil.
"Mnirkev, is claimed, has a standing offer
from New York club for n purse of SlO.noo
for a limited round lonlest," snld Lynch, "The
oiler Is for lb" month of Mayor June, so It
would hc anything but Jutllrlmis to accept Stu
art's oiler. Sharkey is anxious to meet l'otcr
Maberoratir oilier pugilist at Carson City, but
a Miitahlu uur-e must be olTcrcd,"
Lynch and wnmrt aro tn have an interview
tii-dii)'. and tin- Sharkcy-Mahcr light may yet
hoarrnngtd for Nevada,
Oauso.n. Feb. ID. The sun took a few snap
shots ut Carstm this mnt lung und strangers
wero eliatileil In git their liearlngs, tint the ex
posures weia lint long enough tn reduce the
height nf the snow dr.ris tounyoxlunt. Townrd
evening the sky clouded over, aud the barom
eter, nftrr a few spasmndlc tremors, steadied at
"Fair." Vl-ilors crowded the sidewalks all the
morning nnd talked over the prospects for a
clcnr day on Murch 17. All weru In good
t'nrbett was apnnrenlly tho happiest man In
town. After smoking the pipe of peacu with
Julian last night be retired early, mid, lu use
Hilly Wood's expression, be was " faster than a
r-nn Francisco flea this morning." In the pres
ence of a select te.iv the rx-cbamplon worked
for forty-eight minutes on the stage nf the Opera
House, Tbii"o who have watched him during
he past week observed that his abend
had Increased perceptibly, and that his bellows
were working more easily. One of the mn.t In
terested observers nt this evening's work-out
was Gov. Sadler, who expressed n.tnnlshmsnt
at t orbetl's wonderfnl speed. Jlm'e training
nuarters aro ready, and the entire Corbett party
wlllinuictu Shaw's Springs to-morrow morn
ing. .National Hpnrllnir Club Will Not Increase
Its OrTer tor Dixon nnd littmcr.
A cable despatch was received nt the 77lui
frrifcl .Veils otllco yesterday, stating that the
National Sporting Club would not Increase
Its idler of :i,S00 and S','30 expenses for
a match between lleorgo Dixon and "l'edlar"
Palmer. Alf Mielllug. l'.tlmer's backer, tbe
mis-age further snys, will require a deposit of
S1.3.M posted with the lllurtrolrtl Arils, and
al. ii Insists upon betting with Tom tPltnurku
from 35,000 toglU.OOO that l'almer will win.
'I'm Ik orSnlnc linn Slimrt rr S.lll.COO.
Joe Vcndlg told Al Smith Inst night that he
Intended to suu Dan Stuart for SoO.OOO because
he shut hltn out In tho coming fight at Cnrenn.
F.vcr slnco n mutch between Corbett and Flu
GltnimiiH was projected It was understood thnt
Stuart und Vcndlg were partners. When Smith
was asked byTlIK St'N reporter whether Ven.
dig's prnno-rd movo would hae any effect on
the tight, tho former replied that It would not.
It was "did Inst night that Vendlg it 111 havo n
rcptcscnl.itlvu at tho tight nnd attach the re
ceipts. tliiallce f-nynnr') Decision In the Case of
tlie Surf" A, X Kn.rrsrd,
Tho Appellate Division of tho Supreme Court
at llrooklyn eterduy reversed tho decision of
Justice (Jaynor In the matter of the Surf A.C.
The club applied for a mandamus In June, lwitl,
tnrnnipil .Mnior Wurstrr In Issue a first-class
theatrleal license nnd Justice tlaynnr uranted
the application, decently Justice Onyhor gave
a similar decision lu favor of tho Greater New
York A.C. The latter Is now under appeal.
Uotb casus are the suuie.
tjnssip or the nine.
TI. S New York, June 27, 1S03.
Henry P. Patau. New Vork.-ll Is rljht. The money
There are letters at this office for George Jus
tte.1 and Joe iJougheny.
P. il. and s. JI . New Vork. -Ho was born at Halifax.
Nuia Hcotts.ou July 2il. InlO.
J. King P... Drocklyn, llethas engiged In over 180
limit, ..I round and riul-li battles.
MeurgoMePaddeii would like to get a return match
Willi "pilu ' Sullivan nt 12 pounds.
Charley Strong nf Newark Is anxious tn engago la
n twehi.1 round contest with liuti Cceedon.
Constant Header, llrooklyn, He wa. born at
r.l.ion. Curl. ".ill, F.nslaud, June 4, Ihii2,
II. ll. Symmons. Now York. 1. No. ho wa. only cham
pion tit .mvric4. 3, Pllz.lmiuoiis. u. Yes, licorice
C. C. S'nllh. the "Piaek Thunderbolt," aud Rob
Armstrong will shortly bo nu.tche.l to fight before
a local club.
Tom Carey, a local hover, who has dercate.1 nolle
a number of gool men In tho business, wuuis a
match wlih any ISn. pounder.
Arminieiit," New York. Iln was knocked ont by
Jem sjmltli lu nine round, before the Ilollnbroko
l or IsindOii oil Nov, SB, 1MI3.
P Sand". New York. Thoy fought at Chantlllr
IVanie, with bare knuckles, on llarcn 10, ihim
Artcr Hurt) nhm rounds wero rouxht the contest
W4. declared udraw,
llcnrsre IUton and Frank Prn havo ajaln been
niiitche.t tn msMt In this cliy on March t) for twenty,
me round, nt 124 pounds, Dunn teg.in tralnlug
ie.terday for the Unit.
OeirjtiiTletJeii-se-nrllnz to Al Snillh. who paid
Id. beta oil I ho referee's rullllH-. Mlrslmiiiou. did not
knock Sharkey inn lii.hlo of the limit. We should
riilethatYod won thebel. "
P. a. ().. New York.-l. Dempesy. U7l;i Pllr.tm.
nmns, lftmt. nempssy, ft feet M Inehesi Pits.im
nious. 0 feel 1 s4 tnclie.. 2. No, he Is a light wetiht
nml lights at about 10S poiluds.
Jimmy He Porre.t has under his nianacemenl
Jlminv Nnrion, n very eloier bantam. Norton has
been nintehe 1 to tiox Joe Kims next week In thii
illy. Norton Is iiullo a puncher.
Arrangements were made yesterday for a match
between !.oii ile-kwith, colored, or Cleveland, ami
Jnck Held or Ireland, If the two come tncetner
they wllj box ten rounds at 154 pounds in this city
The Itolicinlin Rpnrllnv ant Pa.tltns athletln
clubs announce that the remaining bouts in their
succes.rul Joint amateur hotlng t.,tirniment win
be enntlnueiland perhaps concluded on Tueslsv
ssenluB la vt. '
Dr. Ordw.iy, tho American representative) of the
Nutlunul Spurting Club, snilod for Kusland Wedn-s-di,
ordHiii loll Tiik Sis reporter berore be ten
lli.it he would try tn mate a match between Plsnn
and 1'r.lmer. tro match in take place in Kngland,
Jack Dougherty. Kl t MePartland's manager, sal I
ri Hilda, that If lie nilei in arrange a mateli
for Id. man on this side of the waler he would co
tn F.nuland and ehullenvn Kd.lle Coni'.nllv. Pouirh
erty further said that MePanlitnl wnuld fight Kid
Lailgne again, the winner to take all,
Ji.rrinsoi City, Peb. 1H A roioluilon was In.
troluced yenieidav tn the Home emit, tin? thnt a
committee of file ItenreBCtuatlres be np"iniei in
attend the Corbett Pnrsliumnns flshi In rerada
with a view in reponinir mo -.n Nihility rf i.
gnllrlng .irire ftuMimr in Husourl. Tn re.olutlon
wa.refcrrel tn tho Committee on MllttU.
Rsnimy Keltr ha. reached rUigland lu cood shnpo
snl bn. already sraru-d tn to get Intn prlmn condl
linn for hi. coming match .villi Rniy Piimmer
Pllminer nnd Kelly are In bin twenty rnimd. before
the nivinr-la A. C. of HlrniliiKtiani. Pnpiand. nn
March u. Pllminer. lu a letter tn a frlcn I lu Mils
'lt v. write, that ho Is In iho Pert nf health and
thinks he will win.
Hilly Maiden bus received a letter from "Kid" Me.
rnv dnied Johannesburg, South Africa. The Kid
wrlte.lh.it ho ha. been tery prosperous slneo he
left Amerlei. and Is now north about ft nun
Maiden ny that he hi.nl,, heard from .In- nod
d int.' Joe. neeordliu in Mat 'en, is coining in
America in a few weeks, and upiu bis orrlvnl will
clialleugn und fight any heavy weight.
The twemv rnund "go" between P.il.li Purlell of
hnnsus i III and i oil Imyln r.f I'hlragn, which will lis
d lied ill Hie Polo A.C to night, promises til be ti hot
e..nte.. p.uh in.-n ,ir.-known n. stlft puncher. ii..,l
idev.-r. D r ehnslieen trteil nut en several nriusbuis.
" ' r mlv fougi t Mirterlous lull) Hmith and iui '
itpiultein fiwutuent n.r twelve roniuti thr r -.u't I
'"J ' " d'-.w. Ill l;e lirellmlnarv bout I'l'ly I of Ii
rord of Ideago will box tin rounds ivlih Jimmy '
Pittsii r.m, p..h iii,pcier Mul.er Is not pleis-d
with theeoininenn .ni out from riuiT.iln on til. I
flgl.t with smith. "Muldnon's Thunderbolt." Thn I
article. i of egresnient .-ailed for flvn ounce glove.. I
W hen Jlaher entered the ring Monday iilcht n nalr I
or seven nuncegnlves thai did not flt lilin were
ban led to hlni. and lie says It wnul t be Ininai.1i.lo
to put man sm with ihem. John J. Quli.n. mnn
ager for thn Irish chaniploii. said to-ntirht ho
w.nUl,'"J',c. ''aher for any amount from ai.onn to
wVtn0nvVnV,e;foV,rC Sm'"1 ou,,nfour
n.isi:ii,t i.i . i
Koblann Will (Jive Five rinyere to Ht.
I.nula Under t'ertntn Condition.
The despatch from 81. Louis In yesterday's
Sun to the eftcct thnt several of tho Cleveland
players would bo transferred to Von tier Abo's
team, providing the other League clubs helped
to All tbelr vacancies by contributing good men,
was rend with Interest by President Hoblsnn of
tbo Cleveland Club, who, during tl.e nfternoou,
held n long confab with the llrooklyn inng
nates, llyrnu and Abelt. When asked for par
ticulars, Itublson snld:
"There Is somo truth to llio story If Stanley
Uobtson lias been quoted correctly. I have re
celved n request from certain League clubs to go
to tho nsslstanco of Von der Alio, whn needs
players to strengthen bis team. St. Louis Is a
first-class ball town and deserves a strong ulno.
If the League will do the fair thing by me, I will
help 81. Ixiuls by giving up some nf tny players.
In n word, I will transfer live of my best men to
Von tier Abe, gratis. If I can fill their places
with plnyrrs wbn will mako the Cleveland team
still formidable on tho diamond,
" If Col. Rogers of tho Philadelphia Club will
band over Dolohanty, thnt will help the ball to
roll, I'm suro that he would Hko to see a win
ner In SL Louis, for lie has always been tbe
champion of tbo weaker clubs. Then.'.too, I
feel sure that my old friend Hill Connnt of the
lloiton Club would let inn have Herman Long
In order to facilitate the deal, nnd I've already
received a promise of Urlflln from llrooklyn,
Hyrnestlpulatllig that Icon havo the player If
the other clubs will chin In. 1 would like to get
Iliislu from the New York Club, or
Meruer from Washington, nnd perhaps
Hrirrv Von iter Hurst might surronder
.Mclirnw. However, It would bo asking tbo
llnltlinorrClub too much to put one of their
players Into the deal, as llnnlcm wants to win
thu lie nn a nt ngnln nnd cannot afford to loso a
single player. No. 1 wouldn't ask ettherClncln-
nntl or Pittsburgh for players because they have
no men that could do the Cleveluud team any
good. I'm sincere In this matter, and If theso
clubs will give up the players named 1 will do
as I say. Here Is a chance to bolster up a weak
club without much expense, and with really no
harm done to the Cleveland Club. Tebenu could
take tbo new men and turn out a winner, I'm
When llyrne was asked If he would consent to
snehn transaction ami aid It by putting Urlflln
Hltn the pool, he said:
"Yes, If the other clubs will offer to give
Delehanty.Lnng, McGraw. ltusle, or Mercer, tho
llrooklyn Club will gladly relca-e Urlflln to
Cleveland, for the transfer of 11 vo of Hoblson's
men to St. Louis would boom tbo came there
"Have ou reopened negotiations for Jack
O'Connor " askid Tiik Pun reporter.
"Well." replied the llrooklyn President, "we
have nnd wo have not. This St. Louis proposi
tion changes tho complexion of things a lilt, and
our deal for O'Connor will have to hang fire un
til nf ler the Lraguo meeting. I see no good rea
son why the other clubs should not act fuvora
blv upon Hoblson's proposition."
Just what tho three magnates talked about
yesterday they would not divulge, hut It was
certainly League politics. They received and
sent oil a number of telegrams nnd pored over
a pile of correspondence, but they absolutely
refused to nnswer iUvsinnstpertalnlng to tbe
breach between tho "Seven" nnd "Five" lu
Itohlsnn was favorably Impressed with A ball's
suggustlon tnutfopt the schedule without look
lug at It. " It would bo a compliment to Presi
dent Young," said he, "and nn easy way to
avoid trouble. 1 have never found fault with
u schedule yet, and see no reason why I should
begin uow. Mr. Young Is drnwlng np tho
schedule on n system which Is fair to all."
Ahell and Hnblson called on Von der Horstof
llaltimore last night.
If the League should consent to let Koblron
have the Players be names, It looks ns If Young.
.McKenn, llurket, McAlcer, aud Mclinrr would
be tho men sent to SL Louis.
A. II -Yes.
('apt. Anton has roles. cj Pitcher McFarlaad to tbe
Tom Klnslnw. the old llrooklyn catcher, baa signed
with the Columbus Club.
The Mnnliiuk lla.eball Club of South Prooklyn will
meet teim. w bote player, average IH years. Address
A. Ihotnpson. csru of Murpby & Metcalf, 13 Wall
The Ptulewood Ple'd Club's second team, players
avt raging 17 years, would like to arrange games with
tlr.t e a.. hnnl and athletic team.. Address Charles
l.lauuahlll, Knglewood, N, J,
Tho Jefferson Athletic baseball Club has reor.
ganlxe.i and would like to h-ar from some first. cuts
le.un for Saturday, April 11. at Newark, Address
lleruard Leiey, 230 JrfTcr.on street. Newark, N, J.
The S'. Mary's II. II. C. hat reorgaulied for the
coming season and would like to book games with
nil first class semt-profestioaul teams offering a suit
able guarantee. Address Adam J, Ilecht, 0U3 Katt
The Lenox P.aebstl Club of llrooklyn It filling Its
schedule tor tha coining season, and would like to
hear from clubs whose plaiers atirage 30 years.
Addrcsi II, w. P.deltnann, Manager, 1231 5!aju
The Union Field Cluh Is filling Its schedule for the
coming season, and would like tnhesr from nil clubs
an! (soliece. w-ithln luu mile, of this eftr offering
suitable inducements. Addre.. YY. J. Carver, man
ager. 2U West lutth strert.
The Clo.ers nf Ilrnoklyn woult like to hear from
flr.t-ela.s teams offering h sutlrsble guarantee.
Arilmrtnn., Htdgewoods. Day ItMge A. C. and
Hen Hurt preferred. Address Charles Pums, Sec
reiar). PUS Haltev street. llrooklyn.
The Iona A. C has omanlrcd n itrnng team to rep
resent their batebsll liuere.t fur the coining year.
AtCclubi within fifty inlles of Now York are re.
iiuested tn eommunleaM with Mauager J. 1. Harra
gnu, soil Pcdfnrl avruue. llrooklyn.
ClsrtwiTi, o., Peb. 10. A ines.ai was received ye..
terduv from snort stop Tommy 1 nrooran, for whom
the lied. traJed "ileruiMiy" Smith with llrooklyn.
The tnesai;e sal I he had not signed wlih Cincinnati,
and will nor .isrt with the lied, for the South.
The Railway lla.eball club has renrganlsd for the
season, with a nist-class team, aud would like tn hear
fr on all tlrttela.s tiams wituiu ujo mile, nt ihlsettv
nnd offering suitable roarnntees Addre.s William
IL PujKCli, Mauager, Sl.1 De Kulb nvenue, llrookl) 11.
The strong ltosrdalo It P. C. nf north New York
has reorganise.! nt.d Is now booklnr engagements
with all learns within luo miles of this city for Sat
urday afternoons and tiollduvs. clubs giving suit
able guarantees preferred, Addre.s John McCor
mack. US Willi, avenue.
The llrlirhton A. C. hns nrgnnlrrd for the season
with the fol nwlnirtda)rrt Me. catcher, formerly of
the Wllliuti.il; .Mlrau nil I Jot-.lltseh of the I.lhertts,
111. hop and Wlrtcli of the Ih-rliya, mid Smith. Cunnlnit
hiim. LlvluKton,Carr,CalrnsBiid Hlsb'anf lnte.ir's
PrUntons. The op-uing rsine will b-with thecrsck
HntmkeiiN on April 3... College., seml-profes.tonsls,
oruutof-town ilubs desiring .-nines will kindly ad
dress .V Hrlckflcld, Manager, 373 Cleveland street,
The Anna A. C. of llrooklyn has nrganlicd with one
of the strongest semi profe-stonal teams on Ixing
l.land which Includes Dove, first base; nines, second
tii.ei Mulcahy. shoit stop. Claneey, inlrd bi.ej chnr
lers, pltchen Ho) Ian. catcl er Moualisn, centre field:
Hchlinerlek, rUhi Held, nnd Shea, left field and cap
tain. The Arenas are prepared to receive challenges
from nil strong out oMownuiub.- Y M, C A, of in
bury. Walden of Wallen. N. Y 1 Hoyttviiia 11. 11. c. of
Stamford. Little Palls, and A.vluiat of Morrl.inwn,
N.J.. pn-rerred. Addrex Joseph A. Shea, Mauager.
tlt'STwclfth street, llrooklyn. ....
ATII l.KI 1CS,
Ktlpntrlck Matched Aenlnat llredla, i:ng.
Iilnit'si Criick Itunner,
Piuxcr.ToN, Fob. 10.- It was learned this
afternoon th.it Charles II. Kllpatrlck, '1)0, thn
champion half mllu amateur riiuuor, lias de
cided tn enter tho professional ranks. He has
been matched ugalust H. C, Ilredln of Kngland
In races of (100, MM), and 1,000 yards for $300 n
side. Kllpatrlck loft Princeton for New York
to-day, and will leave for Hngluud 011 March 7,
The first race will take Place curly In May In
l.iigland, the second will be decided in Ireland,
und tho third In Scotland. Kllpatrlck will re.
turn to Princeton I'nlverslty In September.
Kllpatrlck's records for IHHI, SSI), and 1,001)
puds are respectively; 1 minute l'J seconds,
1 mtnuli-fil 'J-.'i M-cninls, nnd U minutes 14 sec
onds, lirudln'a records nre: 1 minute 11 s.s
second", 1 minulo of seconds, and i! miuutus in
Hpnrt lit Pnrdlintn t'olloge.
The tnvlnclhle baseball team of Fnrdham Cnllera
is about to renrgaulc, and the prospects for the
coiulnc seninn are very encouraging. The candi
dates for Iho various imilllons are at follow.!
Latcher, Ambroae Dnnnlgiiui pitchers, Charles
llornn, Jn.eph Slnunlt, Thomas Mclaughlin, and Jo
seph A. Laheyt first base, Ilarol Piitnbeit, David
11. Donnvau, un-t James Paaiuale: secoml base,
Tnomas J. A. McCormlck, John Murray, and I aw.
renee 11, ciaocyi ihlrd line. P.. lw.nl Jnee and llnli.
irt McLnugldlni tnortttop, Thomn. Nolan and Pd
ward swetiiami fielders. Itlchnrd llarrliiginn. John
O'nrleii, l.oul Ilabel, Kdward J, Jlltchcll. Frederick
Shcehun, J, Coffey. nd U. fininer. T. McLaughlin,
Sweiunm, Diinulinn, and Pliiukett m-re on the
team lust year and ure clever players.
Manager O'Hrlen of tho lilliu class team chal
lenges any team nf the luierschotu.iie League, and
would especially like 111 meet iho St. Paul's of Oar
den City, Hro'kl)ii Latin. llriHiklyn High. "Poly
Prep." Adelphl A..lileu,j, llerkeley. De La Rulle,
and Vomers H'mi School, The ati-rago age nf the
Ilnlnelblet Is nbout 17 jears.
Some c.icllliik-1: inicf of h indhill were pla)ed yes.
lerd.iy on the college emit. Oreat Improvement
ha. been snoiiu since the last tournament.
Odds unit Hilda of Sport.
A lively basketball gnni" wa. idnieil lust night nt
Dr. Savage's .rynin'iiiuin beiivecu the Tivi-ntv lidrd
street junior team o' nn-Y. M. C. A and Dr Savage's
.luiilor le.n.i 1 he score w.i.. Dr. Siiago Juniors. IS.
Iwenu third Sireii, II. '
1.11. .. . I eb. in -iiitn w. Mllbr. physical director
111 t'i- Virion, stern I'niicrsity. hit resigned hi. posh
t " 1 nnd W 1 lirmn of the Vnlier.'tv of Peiiii.il.
vault lias been appointed In Hie plcre. Ilrimi Kill
bnie eniiri c targe 01 the baseball, football, and truck
allilelli Mim.ai toe Norihwctiern and will have gen
einlsupjril.lon of the 1 ollcge gyiiiislum classes.
J. H.wiindburyiuresfalllnglialr.danilruir. nsita t
and llchlng scalp. 127 W.sv'd su, N.Y, heud II " f)
1!!il-,'ni 'or lleauty limlk and sample of , V
, sillier Facial Soap or Facial Cream. I
1. If . .
Iveiv Hlgh-Henre Ileeorda In the Nets- Xork
There was considerable excltoment among tho
members of the New York Women's bowling League
who witnessed tho series rolled at Grocers' Hall
alleys. In Past Fifty-seventh street, y.oiterday after
noon. Two teams made now high-score recordv, the
ladles' tloldcn Itod Nn. 1 tallying 4 10, while the New
York City Schuetien Women No. 1 lacked only ono
pin of Ibut total. Thescores-
New York Cllv Schuetren Women t Mrs. Itndlorr,
S3; Mrs. Foese, 7m Mrs. Horn, Si 1 Mrs. Kuhlmnnn, SI:
sirs. Uerdes, VI. Total, 4111.
lieriusu-Ainerleaii Women-Mrs. Dllfncr. Mi Mrs.
Maler. 1I01 Mrs. Htnltenbvrg, 63 Mrs. Mcr, 47i Mr..
Wlr. SK. Totsl. lion.
New York City Schuetren Women 3-Mrs. Ootre, 71 1
Mrs. Mouses. 3.1; Mrs. Wills. US: Mrs. Dageuliardl,li2
Mrs. Turner, 2. Total, Vix. ..
Ladles' (Inlden Itod I Mrs Kloeke, 001 Mrs. Helms,
tltl1r. Flsehsr, V2 Mrs. Meyer, bd( Mis. Kuhma.t,
lit. Total. 430.
l-rlendililp-Mrs. C. Schmlth. Ml Mrs. Weinberg, flili
Mrs. M, Schmidt. 47 Mrs. StoUen. V0; Mrs. Math
niaiinn,70. Total, ItllO.
Ladles' Terrsce-Mrs. P. Rchnilth, S3 Mrs II. Smith,
70i Mrs. Iteddy.ee; Mrs. Wclltel.U;; Mrs. Itastgs.no.
.allies' Golden Itod S-Mrs. Cramer, T: Mrs. Well
brock, 7n Mrs. Itothman, 67; Mrs. Wllke, 7U; Mrs.
l'oppe. 71. Total. MM. . ...
Kxueptlonal-Mrs J. Keller. 00 Jtrs. A. l'nterlt. 7SI
Mrs. UC. Albert, S3; xllta laulhabor. Oil Miss Hlcht
berg, S3. Total, 30S.
The Oram A. fj. and MnntclalrClub teams rolled
three schedule games lu the Athletic League rerlea on
Thursday night at the former's alleys. The score. 1
Orsnse A. C-Wrlght, 103: nanenck, In'Jj Castldy,
1(14: Tlrapsnn. 14S stone, I4. Total, 7f3.
Jlonul.lrClub-Ixickwood. 1311 Ilurrlll. Hill Hutch-
lots, 143 llornfrck, M0 Thompson, 113. Total. 783.
Orange A. C.-Wr!ht. 10.1: llabcock. 110: Cassldy,
18S: llmp.on. 11)0; stone. 1 An. Totsl, lav.
Montclalr Club-Lnckwoi.l, lfli Ilurrlll, lf!3:
Hutchlngs,181lIornfock, 13: Thompson, 130. Tutsi,
Orsnge A, C-Wrlght, ISI: lUbeoek. ISO; Canldy,
Ull Tlmpson, IoO; stone. ISO. Total, 701.
Ilontolslr Club Iwkwood. I3JI Ilurrlll. inn;
Hutchlnss, 164; Horufeck, 1C3; Thompson, 1SS.
The teams of the nirerslde A. C. and the lloierllln
A. A. rolled two games In the series of the Morris and
Kster Howling Leasue at the Orange A.C. alleys on
Ttaursdsy ulgui. Tnescorcti
ItlvsrsldeA.C.-Cadlt. 1st: Btanlsr, 138; Roll, 149;
Smith, IoO; Plerson, IUV. Totsl, sou.
Ko.evllle A. A.-Norman, 14SI Pearson. 151; Willis,
107; Thompson, IBS; Chad liter, 134. Total. 707.
rtlverslde A. C-Cadii, too: Rtalnlar. 133: Itoll,
148; smith, ISA; Plerson. SIS. Total. 7vv.
Itosavilie A. A. Nonnaii, 1SI: Pearson, 174; WHIls,
141 lhouipion, 163; Chedllter, I4I. lotal, 7U7.
The bowlers of the Irving Flold Club of Jersey City
and the First Ward llepubllcan Club of Katt Orauga
rolled three games In tno scries of the Northern New
Jersey Uowllnc Leaguo on Thursday night, Tha
First Ward Republican Club-J. Ferguson, IBS; K.
Feriu.on. 113; It. .1. Smith, 133: Lockwood, 1J7; 11
Macs, 3J4. Total, 7411.
Irving Pleld CiubW. Cathcart, 1S: WhltUker,
1411: ltu.sell. 107: W. Mcaklu, 130; U. Cathcart. 133.
First Ward Itepubllesn Cluli J. Ferguson, lntj P.
Srrguton, 1.-..1: It. J. bmlth, 103; Lockwood, 173; P.
ack. Ilia. Total. SI7.
Irving Field Cluu-W. Cathcart. 12H; Whlttaler,
I13i ltu.sell, 130; Meakln, 137; C, Cathcart, 131
First Ward Republican Club-J. Ferguson, 101; P.
Feriru.nn. Pl.t: It. J. smith. 211; Lockwood. 144; P.
Mack. 300. Total. 733.
Irilng Held Club- W. Cathcart, 130; Whlttakrr.
l'.'il: Hussell, 143; xleakln, 137; C. CathcarL 1S3.
Only one of th tli-tesm scores rolled In the New
York Royal Arcanum Leaaue series at the central
opera Hou.e alley last night reached the 700 murk.
Emplro City Council Cnubel, 131; Kaugle, 13d;
Partridge. I4U1 llralsted, I37i Fucbs. 173. Total. 01.
Irving Council stelu, Mil; Itaymon, 133; Mejcr,
183; Adelsbelruer, 109; Marqult, 140. Total, 093.
Irving Council stein, 1R.I; Hayman. U7: (lolJtmlth,
111; Meyer. Ills; Maru,ulf, 141. rmal. oio.
Helen, lain council urott, 133; Ayrrt.3nj; llenrlcb,
113; Carter, 130; scholbel, 103. Total, 077.
Lniplra City Councll-Knubel, 177; Nauele, 133;
Partridge, 1-41 ; Prtl.ted. 143; Puchs. 143. Total. 737.
Defeudam Council Urott. 133; Ayers. 170; lieu,
rich, 131; Carter. 103; schetbel, 133. Total, U7U.
Tbe closing gsmesof tbe week tn the Harlem Re-
EubllcanCluti lournameut were rolled last night at
a alky. In West 133th street. Thescores:
Purltan-Talley, 203; Proud. 133: Eagleson, 170;
Kraft, IDS: llamrasn. 143. Total, ;v,
Columbus No. 3- Item r. 131; Itboiuoser, 171: War
ner, 133: bhubert, 103; Holtten, 193. Total, 703.
Columbus No. 3-Rellly, 173; Ithomoter, 143; War
ner, lets Shutiert. 133. Iloltlen, leu. Total, bus.
New York A. C-C'aricr, 103: Hell. 170; brown,
1st; Shaw, lnl;Cowptrthwalt, IM, lotal. 633.
Purltan-Talley. 10i); Proud. 1.1SI Cagleson, 130;
Kraft. 16H: Hauuusn, 173. Totsl. 7SI.
New York A.C Carter. 103: Hell, 177: Rrown, 100;
Bbaw, 104; Cowperthwalt, 18 J. Toisl, 3J.
Only three teams appeared at the Oermanla Astern
bly lloomt' alley last nlcht In participate ;u the
Vnlt-d llowllug Cluis' bradpln tournament. The
notham 3 (tenpln) Young. 73: llelles. 84: Ksppel,
711; Lehman, no: Hachmsn. vt. Total. 4011. tNlnepIni
Young, 3:1, HelleK 74 Kappel, 4: Lehman, 71;
Daculuan. SO. lotal. 113. Uranl total, 009.
Trojan itsnpln) Mlller.SJ. Krlckbaum,87: Struve.
ns; tireentiageiu PS. Meyer, so. Tuutl. 41ii. Niuepln)
Miller, 3-1; Krkkbautu. in, struve. 77; Ureenhagen,
S3; Meyer, 70. Total. U .'.". Urand lotal, 74 1,
Gotham 1 (tenpln) Petrle, 77: Dannenfelser, SO;
Seheuk. 74: O.tenag, till; Sohllchte, S4. lotal. 420.
i.Mnepini Petrle. r.w, Dannenfels-r, 43, Scheuk. 37;
OttrrMf. 00; scblluhte. 63. lotal, 303. Urand lout,
For the second time within a week the 1.000 score
was pasted lu the Harlem league last night. Dave
Shlmau scored an even 300 in each game. The scores;
Comus-Frank. If'9: Kuebn, 140- Young. 119; Wer
nert, 134; Sclinabel, It. J. lotal. S30.
I'mplre-Sehuildt, lUli Tledemann. 314: William
son. gun; Sohl, 1 42; La Due. 1 77. Total, at a.
Comus Prank, 111: Kuebn. 170; Young. 137:
Wern-rt. 141; Schnabel. 107. Total. 770.
Washington- J. Zenn, 140; s. Zenn, 134: Walih,
103; Miyder, 13V; Shlman, 300. Total, S39.
Kmplre Seh1111.lt, 1S3: Tledemann. 1PU; William,
son, IUI; Sold, 2.10; Ln Due. IU7 Total, I.0O9
Wa.hlngton-J. Zenn. l'u; S. Zenn. l.ni: Walih.
lSI; Snyder, 103; Shlman, 30U. Total. Bjd.
TboCnrlnthtsn Nn. 1 Imwlers lost their first gsma
In the Unnse.oort touruamsut on Ihursday nlglit.
Corinthian No. 1 -Hrocker, 103; W. Wn'.ler, 143:
Kelt, 110; splller. I7i Waller, 133. Total. 743.
Impcrlat-A. C. llerriuaiin, 313; Meckel, 101; C.
Herrmann, 189; Feldhauer, 132; Pck, 177. Total,
Corinthian No. 1 -Hrocker. 177: W. Woller. 170:
Drown. Dili Splller. 1N7; Walter. 110. Total, hit,
Corlllllllail No. 3-Kaetupr, 133; Rein, 13.1; O.
Woller, 142; Oxley, 103. Dens, 170. Tolal, 707.
Imperial- A. C Herrmann, 134; Meckel. 134: c.
nrrrmann. ltul; Feldhauer. 131: Kck,3U2. Total, S(17,
Corlutnlan No. 2 Kaempf, 131: o. Woller. 117:
Rein, 102; oxley, 123; Dons, 331. Tolal, 0114.
The teams of the Instltuto Y. M. C. U A. of Noivnrk
and Orange Valley Y. 11. o, a. met In the serlr. nf the
Northern Now Jersey Howling League 011 Thursday
ul.'ht. Ilia scores.
Orange Valley V. M. l A.- Calhoun, 173: Mather.
ney, 1st; Kerr, I0J; Wilkinson, 172; Urunduian. 173.
luiillutu Y. M. C. L. A.-Uruher, 1 01 j Kern, 100:
Wnlth, 141: Ford, ISU; Rnlll, 1311. Total, 731,
Inttltuta Y. II. C. L A. -limber, 137; Kern. 170:
Walsh, 133; Ford, till; Itellly, I3ll. lotal. 7611.
iiranco Valley V. M. c. A.- Calhoun, 131; Mather
ney, I3: Kerr, 133; Wilkinson, ISO; Urundmun. 177.
Intlltute V. M. 15. 1. A.- Urutier. 300: Kern. 144
Walsh. 141; Ford, 1711: Itellly. lift. Total. SI13" '
Orange Valley v.M.O A.-Lalhouii,20J; Malherney,
Hill Kerr, 137; Wllklniou, ls-1; tlrunamaii, liu. To'
1 ho clotlng garnet of the week In the series of the
New Jersey Howling Association tournament were
rolled on Tnursdny night nt Wendt'a Jersey alien
HulKikcii. Thescoresi ' '
Cattle Point Cyclers -HaabroueV, 137: Mlttlesdorf
ISO; Irautiielu, ISO; Curtis, lutlj llucli. 101" I01..I.
.R11arlans-L Kuneken, 30l Wllllir. 1H3; Ortlelli
143; Iiuncan, IDH; (I. Kuhckeu, 10L Total, S39.
SKI 'OSb KAMI .
I'loneers-Campbell. 1.1H; Schoenfeld. 1H3; Rohb.
101: Fml len. ins; Neuman, 144. Total. ;sn.
Owlt-Klarhe. IS3; llelfenslaln, 133; liiicuther
107; Puorieln. 103; Dlekinau, 127. Total, 073. '
,f9,"l,"rlU('rl'".1i.K,'!: llelfen.teln, 148: Oiienther,
lMi; Dlekinau, 171: Klahre, ins. Total, hTil.'
.ileucla Hnat I'luli-H. Klllan, ISU. Iluhn. lllli
Slelssner. 177; Mathews, 3il; Sleiuer. IfiP. Total. "23!
The llrooklyn Inierstatn Leaguo leant plated Its
first I11111111 tirles la.t nulil m Pollnier's. I'ei'iinl
aientie and Hart ureiu Thu uih). wero ta.ictuiiy
ilepnraliil. 1111.I a fiilrslivd .ruivil apilamled the
effor . of tne Niagara Palls laiwlrrs nml u
HruoLlynliis. Iho s.-orii,
Hrniklyn Wlncenfehl. lilo: Meier, lis- Paul.on
It'll. Prill. liN;Sllier. 141. Totul. k3ii. ' unuoa
Niagara I ails-hchwarts, 137, Haul, 1:13; llennctt.
UllLims, l3.i;Mcllcane, lot. T 01 ul, 7.1.1. """""
.1',r'!rli!yl.1.T.v,n.l"',lf''l't' ",:! -Meyer. K,0; Paulton.
!!M: llrlli. 3.TU; Sliver. I7S. loial. u3iC '""'sou,
Niagara Palis-si-iiwiirlr, ItiJi Daul, 130; llennctt.
liliLnms, ifta. McHi-ane, lUu. lolal,S7l. """".
1 limn 11 ins.
Ilruoklra-Wlngerfatd.ini; Meyer, 1U0; Paulton
1UJ. brill. 130, Mirer, Hill, r.ital. UI3. aui.ua,
Niagara Palis-hehwarts. 313; Haul, Hill, Dennett.
US; Kami, 170, Mclleanu, Iln. Total, t-33. '"""!
..!lrook.,r:l,. Wlngrufeld. ISO; Meyer. 2U3; Paulton
S2i llrlli. Ihlr sliver. Ids. Total. tiili, uon,
Majara Falls Se'iwarti, INft; Hani. 'inn. Dennett.
lBilj Lams, 1U3 Mclk)jiie I3ti. 'lolai, S3J. ""nc"s
A ppslponed series In tbo Dank Clerks' League was
rusled at the Ntw York llolsl alley yesterday it ""
noon. As the United states Mortgage and Trust Com
pany has resigned from the tournament, only one full
came was nlayeiL The United states Sub-Trsa.ury and
National Hank of the Republic rolled an additional
ten frames, to be aJded 19 tbe averages. The scores 1
United Stales Snb-Tretturr-L Purge, 1301 Jordan.
120 Urines, I37 Jenkins. 139: Yates, 137. Total. 030.
National Hank of the Uepiibllc-McKay, 1 41 1 Harrl.
mm. lni: Murphy, 143: brown, 164; llartrrl. 133.
I'nlted Stales Riih-Treasiiry Le Furge. 09i Jordan,
llil: llymes. nn Jenkins, lo'i Yates, 143. Tola), ilia
National Hank nf the Itrpiihllo-McKny. 147: llsrrl
man, 137i Murphy, 143; Ilrown, 124; llartrol, 142,
The United Plstldeut.cho tournament games at
Prcrek's National Hall alley last night resulted as fob
West side Confectlnner-Wllkens. Iitni Ilshn. 103;
Ilellmann, 140; Schults, 130: Ton Jos, 101. Total, 702.
Rntedale-Ihrbach, 141: Mss'oh. g5t Venlnn, 188;
Ilellmcr, 20r) A.SIer.rs. let. Tnlnl. 1I.UI.
Franklin lllldebrandi, 140: Hnrrinann, Hit) Fichu
mncher, 173 Lyiion, 1U2; Meyerulcrckt, 1119. Total,
Fulton Council wnn two games In lattnlght's series
or tho llrooklyn Royal Arcanum tournumcut. The
Fulton- Lovell. 175: nrdnd. 172! Jubrtng, 133;
nithop, I43i Terrstt. 140. Tolal. 7n
Washington Irvlng-Cordeau. I2111N0II, 181) Fisher,
llo; Mcllrauy, 1031 fcharrer, US. Total, 020.
Washington Irvlng-Rhsffer. 107: Flther, 1.171 Mcll
rany, HlliCordcau. I2U; Noll, 100. Total, mil,
Drevoort Itotengruvc, 137; linxl, 17U:Perlue,l44;
Geurge, U7; Nlmuio,llll. Total, 070.
Rreioort Hoten grave. 14t; lloxle, Bit ferine, ISO:
George, lilt; Nlmmo. Iv3. Total, dill.
. lultnu-Lnveil, ism brand. I1IT1 Juhrlor. 170;
llllhop, 147; Terrell, lSI, lotal. 027.
Last night's games of the Long Islsed Association nf
Cycling Club, tournament attracted anenthutlaitlj
crowd of " rooters" to Trainer's alleys. The scores!
Orient W.-Mulllns. 170; Sheldon. 148; Moller, 209;
McK.rny, 171)1 Mein, no. Tolal. "ill.
Tamaiua W.-1L Van slclen. 195; Hergsn, 100: Jor.
dan, lbs; Duuhatu, 142; J. Van slclen, 123. Total,
Tanmqua W.-lt. Van Slclen, 170; Ilerren, 1391 Jor
dan. I4u; Hunhnimlilli J, Van Slclen, 1,0. Total, 7U.
Kings county W.-Cooper. 193; Hobble, 181; Twld
ay, 179; Uteribeuck, 303; Cornltb, 139. Total, B97.
Klngt County W, Cooper, I Bill Hobble. 171: Twld
dy. 307; Hlrrsiienck, 133: t'ornl.h, Isl. Tutsi, 7o.
orient W. Miilllut. 173: Sheldon. IIU; Moller, 313;
McLlroy, 189; Meht, leJ. Totsl. euo.
The Monarch. Istt Cabin, and Manhattan teams
tilamt la.t nUhtlu the nnal names of tha lirooklya
National tournament. Thescores:
Hnnarch-Kelly, 313: Van Slen, ISU: Van Slyck.
170: smith. 134i llatenishl, 139. Total. 301.
Log Cabln-ltoberis. 147; bcnmltt, ttui iteed, 133;
Urijubart, 173; Scasrfcnberg, 103. Total. 707.
Log Cabin-Robertson. 140: hchmltt, I37 Real,
ll 2; Urguhart. 143; icharfenlK-rg. 143. Total. 723.
Manhattan-Haller. 147; Lanenberg, 133; liaise,
101 Dlugsl. 159; batch, 131. Total, 77J.
Manhaltan-IIallrr. 133: Sangenberg, 108; tlasse,
lr.s. Dimiel. 141, U.itch. INI. Total.SII.
.Monanli-Kelly. ib3, Van bten. Iss; Van Slyck,
102; smith, 170; jjatentahl, 101. Total. SOB.
The Apollo, defeated the Adelphl aodHlagg teams
In the llrooklyn Uermanta tournament last night.
Adelphl-tlaynor. lei: Do Forest, 179: Williams,
177: Parrlugton. 171I1 Turtle. 163. Total sum.
Marg-tlndl, ins:ilrsf. 131; Ooett, 120; litltrlch.
107; Pott, 117. Total, 039.
Rtasg-Oroll, 13t:llraf, 123; Uoetr, 117: Ilelnrl.-h.
131; IVi.t, lis. Total, U10.
Aiollo-Urauer, 1 JI i Keppler. 137; Pettier. 139;
Drethaper, 130; Mennlnger, 133. Total, SSL
Apollo-Grsuer, 103: Keppler, 171: Pettier. 201;
Drethauer. 30s; Mennln;er. 201. Totsl. M.l.
Adelphl Uaynor. 17u. Da Forctt. 130; Williams,
1S3; Parrlngton, 144; Tuttle. 17X Total. 927.
YVholetalo Drug Trade Astolatlon Tournament
Alle) s Nns. 1 and 3. Merck it I o . It. W, Robinson, and
W. ff. Schleffelln Jtco.; alleys Nos, 3 and 4. Ho-.sler
& llas.tscher. Max Zellar. and W. K. Warner & Co.
Int-r.late League 'llrooklyn vs. Niagara Palls, at
lirooklvn Royal Arcanum Ijtscue llrooklyn Coun
cil. Palm Council, and Oxford Couuctl.
bhaughnct.y's Tournament Logan Wheelmen. Cen
tral, and the star
secoii.i Drlgade league Tournament Thirteenth
l'.'gliii-nt. Twenty third Iteginunt. andlorty-seventh
Lcilment. at Tiilrteenlh ll-glment Armory alleys.
P.hler'tOak suleT-iurnatient-Unlversal No. 3, Sala
mander, and Pnlversal No, 1.
Miller's Tournament -Continental. Lexington, and
The midweek material nt tho llrooklyn
Handball Club was productivo of soma
highly Interesting sport, the usual gathering of
club experts being reinforced by visitors from
the Oreenpolnt, Jersey City, and other courts.
Tho Irish champion, Fitzgerald, was forced to
stand down, owlug to an Injured finger, but
Phil Casey, the Dunnes, K. Law lor, P. Flaherty,
W. L. Jones, and other prominent players
showed up lit their best form. Tbe scores:
J. Whelan and W. Hsreltoa 31 30 3183
J. Harry and H. DouJy Is 31 19-37
John Cogglns 31 St 31 is st
JamrtUddy 17 14 3 31-34
W. Terry snd J. Copetnt 30 SI 31 VI-H3
W. Morgan and It. liallou 21 14 jtt 1207
Cornelius Hojde 31 IS tl-eo
C. ILCIainpllt 13 21 20-tlu
J J. Whelan and It. Howe 31 20 31 r)2
W. Tlerney and J. McCormsck 111 21 it.-S9
W.I.Jones 13 vl 3137
JohnCngglnt si 12 14-47
P. fjiwlor and P. Flaherty 10 31 21 3170
J.Dunne, Jr.. and J. I.iddy 31 13 13 17-113
VI. Tlerney and F-lawlnr 31 21 Is 31 t
IL Ilowealiil J. 3tct'ormack 30 3 31 2U-04
J Dunne. Sr..aud P. Ijiwlor 31 m s -on
P. Casey and 1. Ryan 10 u 21-43
M.O'Dinncll and J. O'Hrlen 21 SI 3103
J. J. Connor and M. Connor IS III 1063
Johu J. O'Connor 10 acet) 21 21 21-113
Mike O'Douucli 10 17 lu-32
The second of the series of match races be
tween Joo Oanoghue of Ncwburgh and John
Nllss-jn of Minneapolis was decided nt the Ice
Skating Pnlaco last night. The distance was
two miles, both contestants starling lu opposite
directions. The race was the fastest and most
exciting of the series. Nllssou got away first,
and for three laps It was a nip and tuck. Tho
Ncwburgh lad lost considerable ground on tho
turns nfiur this, which gave to Nllsson a slight
advantage on each lap. At tho end of the first
lulln the latter led by about one-nuarter of a lap
The Minneapolis flyer was fresher of the two
at tho beginning of the second mile, and In
crrnsliig Ids lead wlih each stride beat nut bis
opponent by three-quarters of a lap. His lime
was A mluuiesl'J seconds, whlcli Is claimed to
ben now record for Indoor skating. Douoghuo
llnlshcd I11.I minutes fil 1-fi seconds.
After the race .litis si Nllsson and W. A. Can
over, the Hcd lliiuk lie sprinter, were matched
to race, the former on skates and the latter on
foot, to be decided at Itcd HanK ns soon ns tbe
lco Is in condition.
1Vnrnersnd Iteynolda Stulclieri.
Robert P. Warner of Huston and A. P, Reynolds of
riile.ign, the well known amateur skaters, slgued an
agree.nent yesterday to meet lu a two-mile match
race at the Cleriuout uieuuo Ice skating rluk, Drook.
lyn, on next Monday nliilit foralSOcup. TlioTreas
urer of the rink hst lieen authorised to purchase the
prize lor the winner. The match Is the re.ult ot tha
one mile ban Heap decided at Hie rink oaTliurtdav
iilght, when Re. holds Ml, und Wuruii'.who was l.sX
lug him, won second place.
Canadian Will I'robubly Accept tbe Clinl.
lease I'riiMa Naada.ky.
Toronto. Feb. III. VlccCommodore Jnrvls
of thu ltoyal Canadian Yacht Club says the
challenge for tho Canada cup Issued by the San
dusky Yacht Club wll! probably bo accepted
and tint 11I110 months' notice required will bo
waived If thu other conditions aro suitable.
John Jl. llrooka'a Nlrnin Yacht Aiidrlrt
b'M'nmr, Feb. 10.- Tho new dlO-ton steam
yacht Andrhi. constructed fur John ll. Hrooks
of Now ork from designs by tl, L. Wiitnin.
wiw launched from the Allsa shipyard 1 in the
Vncbllnir .eiva of Interest,
Tho plans for the now home of the Harlem Yacht
Chili ai Cilyl.laiid are inucli admired j Hi. iii.i?i
ben. Tho nilldliig w 1 havo all 11,,. Itnpiu.rii "1,
and cnnvcnlriiioi pertaining ton nr.lsIs.cliiMious!..
i.Ih,e 'i.''"i ,,ul'1" l'a.' c".1.,.,:h.,:r' building at tho yards of
Itapp Johnson fur William Potter wld so.,i I ,,
laiiiiched, sh.i was deiun,.. by r,,, iti.-rt I van.
ami win sail In thu thlrti-foni cla.s. Th. i'.,ucheo
vicht t'luliV ' "'" l'r,",l, ""'' ln"l" llarbUr
At the regular meeting of thn Harlem Yn. 1.1 ( lull
', "Id "''Thjirsday night ll was dee.,.,i to .1 .!. ,,
t he InllUtloii fee for two nioiitnt. witu ti. n..ur'nieil
that ineri. win be an addiiloti of gnu i, t,,brf ,,-, ,.,
will add at 1 a.t llfiy lamia In the II. et The .t,i-r
w.i. Ldgerinu l.as li.en ch.irlcrcd by the club for
the Decoration Day regalia. '"'
At tho annual iiu-cilng of tlin t orlnililiin fieet a
foiuiiiltte 1-oi.slslliu 01 William 11 lornl ne. ' 1.
DruHiie. and Arthur M llunlcr was ui.po i.t.-d ,,
iirruiik-.- for a dlniiur to Hie ouigolng am liniiinliut
oncers 111 He Ile.1 Ye.lerdttv tfce .tnimliiee H
a letter to the members statin j mat the .niuier will
be serv.-il 11 the room, nf ihe I raiKporisilon Club, n
the Hotel Mulilinltiin, on II vi-nlngnf March I
Charles c Clark tued liajard lliner to recover
il:n.ll',K"JVU:i.u!!.'Ui?i'', during ncrulst of iho
h.Z. V. , '"'"1 l". Thayer's yacht, the schooner
ni!.ul!-!."ol.,'.,!,,u "'. ,h"e nnd run inn. (jurk's
?.CL' i.1i,'.".""1,'r,,':,.,A'.""""'-" f .ami for per
sonal Injuries nndClfiO ilatnages tn tho yacht. Thn
Appellate Division of the Supremo court m llrooklyn
aX. r ' ,"U,C' ,ur damages tu lie
is a fiivorito divorsion with n cor
tain olitas of iloiilcrri thoy bcin,
tho yonr nnd eml tho yonr in a 1.
vortisiiiR " Out .Sa!o3." Not so
with ub At times wo fiml it do
sinvblo to disposo of certain lino?
of goods and aro willinfe to b,tc.
rifico thorn to accomplish this onj.
This moans raro bnrrrains for
tho purchasers. Wo now oft'or you
nn opportunity to purchano for
$3.00 a pair of Trousers hcrotoforo
sold for $1.00 to S5.n0, or for $1.0)
a pair, formerly $0.00 tu $S.OO.
Wo havo also roducod a lino of
$12.00 Ulsters to $7.50. It will
pny to buy ono ovon if not uaoj
until next winter.
CALEB V. SMITH, Manager.
Fulton St., cor. DeEalbAv., Brooklyn
I'. 8. We have a small lot of Undershirts acl
Drawers In broken sizes (silently soiled), former.
ly sold for TCc. to SI. SO; now clotlne out at 20c
Full Uress Shirts. 75c (recular price $1.00,.
Full Dress Neckwear, ln lawn, satin and poj.
Dress Suit Cases. S5.00.
riiicttva steix vlvads guuat,
lie Goes (a Hint: Hlnsr for Five 1'ep.rs Ne
tests Nuepended In Ilia 'Wire's Case.
Kobert II. Ktder, counsel for David and Acts
Stein, Indicted for arson ln thn first decree, ap
peared before Justice Gaynor In tho Suprent
Court In llrooklyn yesterday and said th.it Is
accordance with the renuest of the Justice hi
had Investigated the cases and that hlscllenti
were ready to plead cullty to arson In tbe thirl
ileeree. He therefore moved that their pies c(
not culltv he withdrawn and a plea of sulur
In the third decree bo entered. District Attor.
ney Hack us aitreed to this and Justice Oavniir
sentenced David Stelu lo five years In Sine Hlni
Sentence was suspended In the case of t!.
woman, and stio went home to her fout
Jteecnn Kepald Maclatrate Slott.
With retard to the case of Thomas Deecan.t
Madison avenue car driver, who was fined S3 br
Magistrate Mott In Harlem Court on Mocdi;
for berating a policeman, and whoso fine u
advanced by the Magistrate upon conditions Li
repay It by yesterday, the Magistrate said yes
" Deegan repaid tho money on Monday even
Ing. He called at mv house dressed In his bea
I was a little surprised, as I did not expe-t i
see him till to-day. Hut I was sure he won. :
keep hi- word, as 1 am generally accurate In mr
estimates of a man from his general appear-ance."
mf I N I Nf
E5 1 -at " "THE WINTOH
aWM bP B4.WII.HER." at
The Winton Bicyclf In ;
its quiet and clcffint decora-
tions lias been desipiated
"A gentleman's wheel." 5
Winton Bicycle Co. 1 -1
lMCHatnbenBraI.K. T. 's
P HIS Radford Avenue. nmoklys, X"V S 9
g factory. Cleveland, Ohio. 05 tV
O.V A VATMXXT OF
$5 CASH '
AXD l-.'MOXTUI.Y VArSlJSSTS OT
(ST.1.0O LIST.) $100.00 l.IST.
with uxi: rvAJfuavAitASxre.
CAI.Ij OK JIJri7
E. G. P. CO.,
jtoo.vs no axi fir, rimtit ri.oon,
29 BROADWAY, N.Y.
oi'i:s moxii.i yn vxrti, u r. ,w,
Made in Now Vork and for sale at fac
tory, 307-309 West llroatiivay ; also by
E. A. Ilcckwitli, 3a) Ilro.itlw ay ;
H. S. Catcs, 1651 Ilroailivay ;
Schatles Ilros., 30 West 231! St. ;
I'-rcmk T, Duttbon, 550 Western Ilouli i .-d',
John Wood, 310 Lenox Ave ,
JPhllllptt Mnfg, Co.. .107., lop V. n'dwni S'
IllrviI.KM AN TANIIKUS. f
Easy Payments, ;;;T
Old Wheels recelrrd In part psyiueui (
DURANT McLEAN & CO,,
299 Broadway. .
r. wit.i. Mr.1.1, Tii.ii.tv hi ir"' -fe
iiii. run. aorii. 'nt, , t it -'' .
II.Mt.il.lMI Mllt I. K. I OSII'ltfl'i 7
Al.l. 'I'HIi l.DAIIIMI MAK1, I l" 1
tun oit.mt t in iim.vt; this, i-'i" '
MAKi: ItlllMI I'llK OIK 'UJ .SIOIII I -
vtit'it t lion 1: i 100 oiiii s.iin'':s
at sji.oo i:.t 11,
THE GEO. E. PIERCE CO.
IOTII NT. .U HlttlAlllV.t V .. ,
'BICYCLE BARGAINS, S5 UP.
.l()li ninri i.frnri'1 iniitl 'vrrv iniikf $ . '
if.UOU itiont ukw, ;il Mfrfriil n. .k . - $
All til ttl kTllill' afU.tr tilt -fit i-hi.l' '
HERALD CYCLE CO.
(Dasi'iiirnL) lit Nn. .all. 1 ne.,r .
1897 ELMORE BICYCLES $75.
Kriual to any lou ryelo Aueuiseno a I
Quantity shop soiled new wlioels, .-slU nn I up.
u bmsll pront. quick sales, our motto jA
Ifark Bow Co., Wi farlc How, oyp. F.