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&.'. ' j THE SUN,, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1897. '
W ITS BROOKLYN'S RUBBER.
B BAitxir.'B flayers trix xns first
E, SERIES WITH CLEVELAND.
lM. Kw York Asrala t')l o MmI IVoalsvllla
H; Drrmme t Wet reuls Tbllaileliihlas
FjK', Tnlee Victorious at (I, Unit-Beaton, Bol-
flf. llmore, and Cklraca All Wln-ttlosslp,
K'", The New York are experiencing unusually
M' hard luck In the matter of pottponed tunics.
- The j- wcro unable to play tho Loulsvlllca again
ffi, yesterday because of muddr Brounda, and left
KV laat night for Clnolnnatl. Tho Kentucklans,
K however, were boosted Into second place by the
fBf PltUbtirgs, who were for tho second time out
IjB: played by the Dostons. The Brooklyna by really
tm fMt ball playing wen their first serlei from tho
SB' Cleveland!, who are on even terms with the
!? New Yorks once moro. The Philadelphia won
IB" two (tames from St. Louis and mounted into
Sfa third place, four points ahead of Pittsburg-. Tho
m Baltimore turthor Incroasod their lead by whip
p ping the Washlngtons onco more, and the Chi
ll caeos crawled out of last place by subjugating
Eh the Cincinnati. The results:
(W Brooklyn, B Clsvclsad, 3.
jfilj Boiton, 0 ritiiburc, 1.
mU I'hlladelphle, a St. LouU. a (tint same).
rffi" I'hllsdelphla, 0 St. LouU 4 (icoimd carat).
Bj Baltimore, 5 1 Washington, 4.
;MB. Chlcato, 8; Cincinnati, 1.
K' at Loulsvlllr, vet grounds.
jR tiik itKConn.
m Her rtr
Bft Club: Won.Lolt.ctnt. Club: TTon. Loit, osnl.
LB Baltimore... ,13 3 .Bio New York... a a .000
rf Louisville.... 9 4 .081 Boston T fl .t)7
K . fhlledelphiall 0 .0t7iDrooklvn.... e 10 .873
,; ritutiunt.... V B .1143 Chicago B IS .21) t
)' Cincinnati... U T .663 Wwhlngton . 4 10 .80
lp Cleveland... H S .BOUlst. L6uU 4 18 .880
1p; nnooKi.vN, S; Cleveland, 3.
ift; Cleveland, Hay 12. ncmnrkable generalship
IJK" an the part of Pitcher Kennedy won the gamo
t jj for Brooklyn to-day from Cleveland. Timo and
E again tho Spiders hud men on the bates, but
iff Kennedy kept tliem from scoring. Onco tho
Jf. Bplder had three mon on tho bases, and no one
IF, out, but It did them no good, At another timo
Jp Cleveland had a man on third and nn outs. Ken-
,m ' nedr struck the next two men nt bat out, and
(Iff the third filed out. Again McKean tripled with
IE.' ono out. He died at third; a strike-out nnd an
IK assist settled tho business. Such pitching as
'' Kennody did may be equalled, but not surpnsiod,
ja. For questioning one of Umpire O'Day's docl-
'EL' olonsCapUUrlCIn was fined $'JS and put out of
!Ej tho gamo. Tho decision was very bad. Tho
!! R.U.r.o. A.i.l a.ls.r.o.i.1.
,K:. Burkstt. lf...o 1 1 0 o artffln,ef....l it 0 0
Bf fialCran. ss..O 8 S 0 bbocb. of....O 0 0 0 0
IK' bocksIeiU.rfO 1 0 0 Jones, rf.....O 3 2 0 0
rWT O'Connor.lbO 0 IB 1 0 Anderson. If.O 0 8 0 0
IK Wallace, Ob.. 1 1 1 8 liHntndle, Ub.,0 18 11
i Blake, cf 0 110 OXachance.lb 1 1 10 0 0
Sf Tfbtau, 8b...l 8 1 8 1 Canavan. 8b.O 0 0 B 0
, Zlmraer, C....0 18 0 0 Smith. M....1 13 10
IK WIUoop 1 114 0 Orlm, o 8 8 S 1 0
.'BR Kennedy, p. .0 0 10 0
.ft Totals 8 10 87 IB 8
ifil I Totals B 1087 11 8
;K Cleveland 0 0 0 1110 0 03
JK" Brooklyn 1 0 0 II 0 1 0 0 0 B
,IB First baas on errors Cleveland. 2s Brooklyn. Z.
ffisy. Three-base hit McKean. Two-baae hlta Sockalrxls,
Jg. Wallace, ablndle. Double play Kennedy. Orlm. and
'fir lachance. First baae on balls Off Wilson, 2; off
,fR, Kennedy, t. Left on bases Cleveland, lu; Brooklyn.
ifi V. btruck out By Kennedy, 4. Umpire O'Day.
t SB Time 1 hour and 60 mlnutea.
I Borrow, 3 1 nrrascno, 1.
, It rrrrsBcao, May 18. Boaton made It two atralaht
I l; to-day by hitting Taonehlll at the right time. Pltu-
r.V burg's two errors alto helped them. Th score:
. rrrTsacHo. I aotros.
; ft n. la.r.o.A.K.1 R.lr.o.A..
I !' Bmltb, if ....0 0 3 0 oinamllton.cf.8 1 8 0 n
;' Ely, s 0 114 0 Ttnney, lb..o 1 10 0 0
K Lyons, lb ...0 0 10 0 0 Long, a 0 2 8 B 0
i Donnelly, 8U.0 0 2 1 0 Duny, If ....0 0 8 10
s Uroillc.cf...,l 14 0 0 Yiagor, rf...O 0 8 0 0
i i Donoran. rf.O 12 0 1 Lowe, fcb. ...0 118 0
f, 1'a.Men. Sb..O 0 14 0 Collins. 3b.. 0 0 12 1
:- Burden, O....0 0 4 0 1 Brrgm, 0....1 1 0 1 0
L Tauoehlll.p.O 10 8 0 Kloued'ni, p.O 0 0 8 U
M. Totals. ... A 1 7'l7 i Totals B 4 87 13 1
.K? Pltuburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
; Boaton o 0100002 o 3
;Kf Earnrd rum Pittsburg, 1; Boaton, 1. Thrae-baae
,K. hit Long. Double play Long, Tenny. Baaeonballa
,)KC OIT Klobedans. B; off Tanneolll, I. Struck oullly
w TannehlU. 8; by Kloletlanc, t. rsaaed ball IKrgen.
rjffif; Rai nfli-o hli 1'adden. Umpire Lynch. Time I hour
r'ljj aud DO mlnutea. Attendance 1,800.
11. rniuDiunu, 3; sr. locis, S fiiut oixc.
fS St. Locis, May 12. The Browns loat both gama
& with Phllodelphla to-day by one run; au't the win
wT ulng run In each game was mada on a hit by Dete
nt ' banty. The scores:
m. sr. ions. I rmuDELi-iiu.
mfi n. le.r o.jl.i. B.n.ro.A.E.
tWL Douglass, lf..l 2 11 0 Oeler, rf 0 0 10 0
a? Dod. cr 0 1 3 0 l)Coolry.cf....0 18 10
jK Turner, rf.,.0 O 1 0 0 Delrbanty.ir.l 1 :l 0 0
JK, Connor, lb.. 0 112 8 0 La Jole, lb...l 112 u 0
5 Hanmaa.auo 1 4 i o,uiemnts,o..l 13 0 1
41 lIsFariand.cO 12 0 0 Crnaa, :iu .,0 0 2 3 0
ffi l(oua'm'n.2b0 2 0 B l'llallinan, 8h0 0 II 8 1
ifS- Croaa. si U 1 1 0 lldlllen. sa, ..0 0 0 0
W Hart.p 1 2 1 : 0 Caraey, p....0 10 2 0
af Totab) 75 11 84 10 "a' Totals. ....73 "0 27 14 2
:&. Bt. Loula 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-2
; Philadelphia 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 ,.'1
faK. Famed runs St. l,ouU, 2. Two-baae hlta Dowr,
l-wfj II. Croaa, Clements. Three-base hit La Jole, Htulen
'jK. baaee Uouxlai, )I, Crota, L. Cross. Double play
- Pvoley and L. (Initi. birrlfloo tilts Dowd VI), 31.
fm Cross, L. Croaa, Csrwy. First base on halls Oft Hart,
.(HE' 8: off Caraey, 4, Hit by pitched ball La Jole. Struck
Ws. out lly Hart, li by Canity, 1. Wild pitch-Hart.
flr Time 1 hour and Ui mlnutea. Umpire McDermott.
';: ruiunau'iiu, Si sr, locis, 4 agroio oma.
,W ST, LOl'13. I rUlLAOKLrillA.
SlB- a. 1b. r.o. a. r.1 a,la.ro.A.c.
'K Douglaa, U...1 2 2 0 0, Oeler, rf 0 0 :i 0 u
,sft? powd, cf..,.l 0 3 0 o Nash, rf 1 1 o 0 0
K". Turner, rf...l 12 0 0 Coole), cf...l 2 0 0 0
K Connor, lb., 0 Oil 0 0 Delehauty.lM 4 1 1 u
f? Hanmau.Ub.o 8 10 0 La Jole. lb., 1 1 12 0 o
,lm House'an,2b,0 12 2 0 Boyle, c 1 2 2 0 0
,'Ht1 Cross, ss 0 0 18 0 Croaa, Uti. ,.u 2 3 0 0
'' lurphy.c..0 0 3 0 0 Uallman, ab.o 13 11
IK. Eaper.p 1 10 10 Olllcn, a.,..0 12 4 3
Wr, Wheekr, p.,0 0 14 0
jK Totals 4 8 85 11 0
3K. Totala B 14 27 10 4
Si, One out when winning run was made.
JK Bt. LouU 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 t
"Hjg rhlladelphta, 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 2 S
3r.. Earned runs SI. Louis, 8 Philadelphia, t. Two-
SH' ' bis bits Hsrtman, Cooley, Delrhanty, Uallman.
K Saorlflco hit Dowd, Turner, L. Cross, stolen bases
UKt Poiigtaa, Dowd, Houaeinsn. Delehanty. L. Cross (3).
JK Double play M. Croaa, Houaemsn and Connor. First
Ik baiou DAlla Off Wheeler, 8, Htruck out Uy Eaper,
&& 8: by Wheeler, 1. Time 1 hour and 4D minutes.
JH&, Vmulre UDennott,
&L' BlLTIMOHr, fi; WASOISOTOX, 4.
JK1 WAsmsaTOt, Maris The Orioles won tha game
St to-day, although the home team male a desperate
Si flnlih. With tue score standing S to 1 and two man
JK?- out In the ninth Inning, the heuators pounded the
Af ball and mattu three ruua and had two Loses Ailed
fie when the loat out was made. The Senators left to
XjV Bight for Pittsburg. The soore:
1-9H, WASIllXOTOX. aALTIVORI,
jM n. la P.O. A. E. B. la.r.0. A. X.
S3T Wrlgley,cf..O loo t'Mcaraw. Sb.,2 1131
Belhach,lr...O 8 3 0 OIKtcler, If. ..0 8 2 0 0
fmL, pemnut'e, ss.O 10 2 n Jennings, ss . I 12 10
J-K?f McOulre. c...O 0 1 2 0 Kclley, rf. ..1 14 0 0
ilLr O'Brien. 8b.. 2 8 3 3 0 Doyle, lb, .,0 Oil 1 0
jV Csrtwrt. lb.O 1 12 0 0 stenicl.cf..,o 18 0 0
?, Abbey, rf....l 3 8 t O'llelli. h. ,.02840
agff Itellly, 8b,,l 1 1 8 0 itoblnsou, CO 0 18 0
K Bwa'm, p,..,0 0 0 0 0 Hopper. p.... 1 112 0
WL Hul, p"..,..0 10 2 llii'ond.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.... 4 1227 13 Totals 7! 10 87 13 7
M& Farrsll batted for M Jul In the ninth Inning,
JiV' Balllmnre 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0-8
it-. Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 31
JTK Barned runs Washington, 2 Baltimore, 8. Two-
Wfr base hlu-Wrlley (2). O'Brien, Keeler, Iloblnaon.
ffll Left on bases Washington, a i Baltimore. H. Double
Wk ploye AblK.y and O'Briens Kelts, snd Doyle. Plral
m' base on balla OIT Haul, 1 1 off fawalm, 1: off Pond, 8.
;H? llll by pltohed ball Hopper. Htruokout UyHwalm.
f J. . 8: by Hopper, 1, Wild pmh Bwalm. Time 1 hour
fit and 0 minutes. Umpire Hurat.
ffl CUIC100, 8 blSCUXATI. 1.
Jgt CniCAoa, Uay 12, Callahan's excellent work put
fifi". life Into the whole Chliago team to-day, ThelUds
Tffl. were downed by a eoora of H to 1. In the second
Slf Inning the nervy pitcher retired three of the visitors
yfy with the bssss lull. The soore:
&. chicaoo. asci-iXATi,
XJ H.1B. r.o.A.g. B. 1b. r. O.A.I.
F lleOor,ck,3b.2 10 10 Burke, lf,,o 110 0
W Denleu.ea. ..0 0 2 8 0 Hoy. of 1 1 fi 0 1
W- Lsu.cf...,8 8 0 0 0 MrPhee,2b,,0 8 3 10
W Thornton, if. 0 18 0 0 Miller, rf.,.,0 18 0 0
M Byas, rf 0 0 8 0 0 Vaughn, lb.,0 0 0 0 0
Deokar, lb.,0 8 11 2 0 Irwin, Oh..., 0 0 0 11
Pfstrar,b...l 1 2 1 0 llltchey. ss.,0 18 4 2
Ajaon, c.,,1 S I 0 0 hchrtrer, o.0 1 4 0
Cat.ahan,p..l 1 4 B 0 Ebret, p 0 0 0 I 0
?otl...." fiT fi "o Total 724l77
IChlcSgO 8 0 8 3 0 0 10 ..8
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Earned runs Obloajo, 4i Clnelnnstl, 1. Pint base
on errors Cincinnati, 8, Left on baaea Chicago, 4
Cincinnati, 3. flrat bate on Ulls-Off Callahan, 2.
hlruck out By Cellahsn, 2 by Thiet, 1, Three-base
hit Lange. BacrlAce hit Dahlen. Stolrn bases
Miller (2), Itoy, Uu.tre-KPonald. Time 1 hour
and SO mlautus. Attendance l.BOO.
at actvaxTOJ rtur uaux,
Bciunton...... 0 110 0 8 0 0 0-4' 1 '
Tcronto 8 0 0 0 118 1 2-8 8 4
naileries Morso and Boydi WslthoR and Casoy,
n. n. x.
Kcraatoa ..-t l 0 a 0 n 0 t o-tf 7 a
Toronto ,,,,0 0 (I 0 0 0 8 1 0-3 U 3
Batterlec Fallon and Boyd 1 Dtnaen and Dakar.
,' At Prorldance llsln.
' At Wllkeaburre Italu.
B. B. X.
Bvldlog.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,0 0 8 0 9 - B 88
Uacaster. .,.....,..,... 2 u I A X-IC 11 1
Battexs Aiuoia and Klnsellai Polsa and Wente,
a. it. x.
Norfolk. 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 8 0
Paterson. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 ., 8 8 8
Batteries Clausen and Kswtoni Flaherty and West
lake. at lucnxoxD.
a. n. b.
Blchmond 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 84 11 0
Newark ...8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 10 2
Batteries Schmidt and Bobalest Johnstone and A,
n. n. x.
Athlelle o a o o o o o n 13 h 1
Hartford 4 0 0 0 0 3 10 04 1U 8
Batteries Brandt and P. Scbaubi Vlckery and Me
Auley. Other Oame,
a. b. x.
Lafarette 1 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 03 4 B
Princeton 8 8 0 0 10 0 0 ..- 8 3
Batterlrs Nevlns and Barclay) Jayne and Kafer.
r. n. e.
Elisabeth 0 03000000 03 8 O
Cuban XO'tl.,0 10200000 1 I H 3
Batteries Hanton and Stellmani KeUon and Wil
liams. at niiLAnELrniA.
n. it, B.
UnlTfrsllyofPa.0 4 ! B 1 0 4 3-87 V'O 8
Lehlgb 0 000010U0 1 78
Batteries Dickson and noeffer; Beaslon and Car
man. at AnxLmi rixxo.
Adelphl 0 1110 8 10 0 T
Brooklyn High 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 00
at jAsrxn rik.u.
n n. b.
Manhattan 0 0 3 0 1110 ..-in 12 8
Vlllamlorn 0 0100130 08 87
Batteries Byrne and O. Gotten Ucrroa and
n. n. b.
Ooorgctown. ...1 0 0 B 1 0 0 8 ..18 7 3
CathollcUnl'ty.3 0000000 03 88
Bsturies Walsh and Maloneyt McTlghe and
B. It. B.
Wynnewood....! 4 0 0 0 12 2 0-10 U 3
Fr'nkllnftMsrahn oot00020 3 00
Batteries-Jack Fetrldge and Illghley. Brown and
R. H. X.
Harvard 1 8 0 0 0 4 0 1 ,.0 U 3
Virginia 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 03 8 3
Iiattertea Fits and boannelli O'Brien, Millar and
At Torrtngtnn Torrlngton, B Waterbury, 2.
At Derby Derby, 8 Bridgeport, 1.
rnirsTs vs. aEMiyAitiAXs.
Interesting Uall Came at at, Joseph's Berol
Yonkehb, liny 12. On the campus of St.
Joseph's Seminary at Dunwoodle this afternoon
at Interesting gnmo of ball wns played between
a team composed of seminarians and another of
the priests of tho New York archdiocese. It
wna the second game of the scries. The first
game was played about a month ago and re
sulted In a victory for tho seminarians after an
exciting contest by one run. Tho priests nt that
time claimed thnt they were out of form and
promised their youthful rivals a sound boating
There was a largo number of clergymen pres
ent to-day to witness the game, as thoy nntlcl
fatedun enjoy nblo contest. For seven Innings
ho gamo was hotly contested, and tho enthu
siasm of the clerics was at fover heat. Tho
priests did all In their power to rattlotba Sem
inarians' pitcher, but tho tables were turned on
them, tholr pllcher, tho Itov. Father O'Heilly of
New ltochelle, Bolnif nil to pieces. The final score
was IS to 3 in fin or of tho Seminarians.
Tho priests' team wna composed of:
Father O'Brllly of New ltochelle. pitcher: Father
Maberyif Mng Slug, Aral baae: Father William Murphy
of Ktaten Island, short atopi Father Thomaa Murphy
of St. Patrlck'a Cathedral, New York, etri-ood baae;
Father Horace of ht. John's, Fordham. third base;
Father Collin. Father Powers of New York, and
Father Bt. Johna of Yonkrra, fielders.
Baseball Oamra To-Day.
XATIOXAL LXAOCE ACD AXEOICIX ASSOCIATION
New York at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago,
Bonon at Cleveland, PatladelpDla at Loulaville,
Wamlnglon at t'liuourg.
Buffslo at Syracuae. Toronto at Roebeiter.WIIkes
barre at SprlogOeld. Scranton at Providence.
Newark at Norfolk. Tateraon at Blchmond, Read
ing at Uartforl, Lancaner at Philadelphia.
Cornell va. Cnlveralty of Virginia, at Ithaca,
Invlnclblaa va. St. Mary's A. c, at rordham.
Fordhatn va. Vtlianova College, t Vlllaaova.
Derby va. UrMgrport, at Derby.
Merlden va. llruiol, at Merlden.
Brown vs. Exeter, at Providence.
ew York Unlveralty Freihmen vs. Trinity
School, at Ohio Field.
There la a letter at thla office for the manager of
the 1 ronklyn Colored Giants.
At Hamilton, Ontario, yesterday tho Unlveralty of
Niagara defeated the Hamlltin Canadian Leaxua
tea u by 13 to 10.
The Orientals cllnchod tho third prise In the Harlem
League tournament by defeating the Trojans and
Lynwoods at Thum & Kahlsdorfs Harlem alleys
last night. The acores:
Trolsn Ick. 1B2; Muller, 124; Orecnhagen, 188;
Krlckbaum, 172;Heoathe, 1H7. Total, N13.
Lynwood Wllaon, mo; Killer, 175: Uackett, 1A8
Falker, 14o;Lchmann, te2. Total, 8(13.
Trojan Leek, 107; Muller. 181: nrrenhagen, ISO;
Krlckbaum, lul; IWalhr. I HI. Total, UN,
oriental Cordes, 107.Boilne, lU;8tumpfel, 183;
OlllLaua, 175: Stein, 223. Total, U1U.
Lynwooil Wilson. 1BH; Keller. 151 1 nackelt, 139;
Falker, IBS: Lehmann, 130, Total. 740.
Oriental Cor ea. I8: Hollne, 21B; btumpfel, 18S;
Olllhaua, 143, 8tetn, la7. Total, 802.
The Relneckes of Brooklyn again lost three atralght
gamea In the Bon ling Club a Champion tournameut at
Thum A KahUdorf's Harlem alleya laat night. The
Relnecke Lorenson, 184; Muller, 165; Kruse, I881
Osdleu, 1AR Walters, 148. Total, HI St.
Fidelia Holdeu. luO; Waguer, 108; Amaan, 207;
Paulson, 142; Kahladorf, 207. Total, U20.
Relnecke Lorenson, 140; Muller, 172 Kruae, 1B0
Cadleu. IBB; Walters, lh2. Total, HOB.
Tldella Holilen, 1 HI; Wagner, 180: Amann, 168:
Paulaon, 172; Kahladorf. 1HD. Total, 830.
Relnecke Lorenson, 151: Muller, 181; Kruse, 102;
Cailleu, 1B0; Walters. 1VU. iutal,N34,
Fidelia Holden. 178; Wagner. 178; Amann, 170;
Paulaon, 210; Kahladorf, 10 J. Total, una.
Howling Oamra Ta-Wlgbt.
Tux so Individual Championship Tournament
Douell. Klbbel, anu F. Oerdea.
Uarlsm League Columbus, Audubon, and Wash
ington, Long Island Trap Hhootlng,
Only two out of.the fourteen contestants In the
regular monthly Ilve-blrd shoot of the Erla aim
Club, which was held yestsrdsy attsruoon at Pax
ter Park, managed to kill their entire allotment.
First Event Regular monthly club shoot at seven
live birds each, for yearly urlses, handicap classss
and rites, 80 yards boundary. Frsd arer, class B,
37 ysrds. 7; John II. Plate, class C, 20 yards, 7;
nenry Dohrmann, class AA, 38 yards, 6; Henry
Miller, olasa A, 2H yards, 0; Kerry Janknwsxy, elais
A, 2 yards, hi Henry Degenhardt, dais C, an
yarda, Oi Harry UI tcxely. claaa A, 28 yarda, 6
Cord Mohrmann. claaa A, 2d yarda, B; CJrorge Fucha,
elaaa B, 27 yarda, 0; Charles Plate, claaa AA, t
yrda. 4t John Plate, elaaa AA. 28 veroa. at Ml.
cnael Elsasser, elaaa AA, 2d yarda, 3: William Hob.
erts, class U, 27 yards, V; Barney Plate, class U,
87 yards, 3.
Second Event Sweepatakae at three live birds
each, all 88 yarda rt. lileckely, 81 John Plate, 8
II. Dohrmann. 3i Orel, 8; diaries Plate, 8; tla.aiar.
81 Jaukowaky, 8; Mohrmann, a; Fucha, 2; John
ny" Plate. 21 Roberts, 2 Barney Plate, li Muller, 1.
aboot-off foi first money prises at miss and out.
Blackely, B: Dohrmann, 8; Charles Plate, Hi John
Plate, 4i Orsf, 8; Elsaaaur, 0, purse dlvidea atthn
end of alxtn round, bhoot-off at uilsa and out for
second money. "Johnny" Plate. Xi Roberta, 1;
Jankowaxy, 1; Mohrmann, li.Fucns, 0,
Tho Parkway Rod and dun Club hell Its regular
monthly live bird shoot yesterday afternoon at
Plunder Heck near the Old Mill, on the banks of
Jamaica Pay. Tns sooresi
First Kvent Regular monthly club shorn at
seven live birds oacn for monthly class prises and
yearly average prize, handicap rites, nu yards
bouudary, James Bsnnotl, class A, 80 yarda. 7
Henry UraniA'all, cuu a, 3Uyar,s, 0; John Wye,
rlsaa C, 28 yards, n; David 0. Van Wlckleu, class
B, 28 yards, 0; Henry J, Seluver, claaa I), 28
second Event Sweepstakes at Bra lire birds
each, .all 28 yarda rue, John Wye, S; J, Bennett.
4; II. J. Selovcr, 4i li. Bramncll, ; 11. Toroorg,
2. becond money alvlded.
Third fcvem Maine conditions. D, 3. Van Wlok
lau. 3: Benustt, 4 Sslorcr, 4 Bramwsll, 3) Tor
horg, a: Jona Wys. u.
Fourtn Event Miss and eut, swrepstakrs. Brain
well, 01 Torborg, B Banueti, 4; 1). b. Van Wlcalsn.
Ill John Wye, li H.J. Baiorsr, 0, Purse;dlvided
Finn Event Swespiisxss at tsn tsrgsts each,
known traps audvtuglcs, Belover, 81 nramwall, 81
John Wye, 0 Bennett, J U.S. Van Wlcxisn, Si Tor.
tmrg, U. ahoot-off of tie for second money, firam.
W.ll, U John Wys, 2,
Pol at Meadow broeh.
DevraraiB, Hay la, The postponed polo game
bslwasB tha lleadowbroak team and a tsara from
the Itoekawoy Hunt Olub was played off to-day op
tha eelo Held ef the Msadawbrong ntint Club.'Ths
Mrsaowbroex team played a uaaa snort aad sul.
fared defeaty 18 goals to if.
NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN.
HEAVY PENALTIES JPOJl EUtlSQ VT
VNSAXOTIOSED It ACES.
Racing Board Altera lis Trlse Rale National
Clrealt Datee 81111 Open-A Iloetsnlait'a
View on Clan Divisions rromlnent
Rlitrra Arrive In Tans-.Voice and tioaslp.
Now that tho outdoor season is fairly under
way riders ambitious ot making big mileage
records may find It to their ndvantago to re
member that tho race does not always go to tho
swiftest. At tho present stago tho deliberate
tactics of tho tortoise who ultimately boat tho
hare are in voguo among experienced cyclists,
but now aspirants for distance honors aro show
ing a tendency to cut looso at top speed and
take chances on staying to tho finish. This mis
taken enthusiasm is even more notlccablo
among ordinary tourists than among the racing
division, and tho timo Is about ripe for a goncral
study of tho elementary rules of training.
Too llttlo attention Is paid to this Important
dopnrlmont In wheollng ethics, nlthough tho
nverago cyclist ought to know that comfort can
not ire attained without "condition." Many
wheelmen who devotu hours evory week to the
care of their mounts soldom stop to think tli.it
their own Internal economy might be tho better
for a little overhauling. Oct ting blon n on an up
hill grado may bo ns much the fault of high
living as high gearing; "that tired focllng" nt
tho eud of a run Is not always tho fault of tho
pace, and thirst will develop even when tho feel
ing ennnot be attributed to sunshlno or dust.
Thcso discomforts can all bo traced to
neglect of tho ordinary rules of health,
and may be cancelled by careful diotlng
and a gradual toning up of the sjstcm before
any set cro efforts aro attempted. Tha stomach
is as much in need ot attention at times as tho
sprocket. In fact It should take precedence, tut
one can always get another sprocket. It Is not
necessary for an active cyclist to go Into " train
ing" In tho modorn sense ot the word except bo
has a raelng campaign In vlow, Tho touring
rider will Und simple precautions of the homa'o
pathlo school suftlclent to get the system Into
working order, nnd then moderation should be
the rule In eating, drinking, and exercise
As tho stomach becomes toned up tho
thirst grows less frequent and annoy
ing, and in duo courso tho wind nnd
staying power roqulslte for thorough enjoy
ment on tho wheel will develop. The popular
habit of Jumping off at wayside refreshment
booths and tilling In on Ico-cold drinks Is not only
dangerous to the health, but ruinous to tho wind,
whim repeated repasts on questionable pie are
also landmarks on the route to the undertaker.
Paradoxical as It may Bound, one ot the most
cooling and bracing drinks on a baking run Is
hot tea, whllo. If ono feels hungry, tho most
logical course Is to stop and haveagenulnomoal
In a comfortablo and leisurely w ay. Tho tourist
who prefers to sacrifice bis constitution to his
mileage Is liable to lose tho benefit of both.
Chairman Molt of the L. A. W. Ilncing Board
has imposed n penalty of two years' suspension
upon tho professional riders who took part In tho
unsanctioned blcyclo rncos held on Sunday, May
2, at San Francisco. No action bus us vet been
taken with regard to tho amateur riders who
violated the Leugue rules. The rule relating to
the value and award of prises has been altered
by a vote of tho board to read as follows:
The prise value of 83B In amateur and 8100 In pro
fessional class can only bo given tn winners of nrat
prizes. No prize can ta given In a trial heat, nor mora
than four prises In a acrsteh race or six prises In a
handlcsp. The limit may bo given to each of the two
winning riders In a tandem race.
Several clubs have declined to accept the dates
allotted to them for national circuit meets, nnd
Chairman Molt announces that:
Applications will be received for dates between
Msy2t at Charlotte. N. C. and June 12 at St Loula,
Mo , thence tn June 24, toward Peoria, III.; thence to
July 1, toward Itactue, Wla; also for dates between
July 17, at Fredonla. N. v., and July 21, at Ring
hsmton, X. Y.. ami between thst and July 31. to New
York city; also b tweenhept. lH.at Boaton. and bept.
27, at Trenton; also after Bept. 2, at Baltimore.
Other Items In the weekly bulletin aro as fol
lows: New Handlcapper District No 18, John II. Sharp,
Jr , Deaeret National Bsnk. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Travelling Permits Granted Frrd hthade, Ueorgr
town College. Washington, D f . to ntntrte at Char
lotte. N. C. May 20 sad 21. and Rock Hill. H. c . Msy
28; Usury P Thonipsdn. Jackaont llle, Fla, at nrt
meet after April 28, Savannah, Oa.
Transferred to the Professional Class Peter J.
Fisher, Jr. New York, Ruaselt Walthuur, Atlanta,
Oa ; Oeorge Howard, Youngvtown. O
Riders suspended For tiding la an unaiuiitionel
race Mr. I.yona, Unlveralty of Virginia, to June o
For riding In unsanctlontil races at Akron, o
Henry Deck, Ford Till , and Oils hemler, t Aug. 1
Fur rid ng In unsanctioned races at Youngatown,
O Oeorge Howard. Harry Thomas. Will Whitealle,
and Will Helutzletnan, to Autr t
For riding In unsanctioned roots nt Cleveland. O,
after warning O' orge rnomes. Oeorre Ciimatntk,
Cass Clark. J O. Welcner, N J. Ferrand, Elmer Flshrr,
and John Kllee, to Aug. 4.
For riding In unsanctioned races E. H. Lyman,
Sherburne, X. Y., to June 8
For riding In UDsauctlonn 1 rat-re at flan Franclm-o
the following are sut4nleil for a term or two years
from May 7, 1H07: Clinton R Coulter, hen Francisco;
OltoZelgler. Jr. San Joe6. Horbert E. McCrea, Lo
Angrlee; A. H. Bojileu, Oakland, aud Allati X. Jouva,
suapended penilnglnvest'gatlon Julius Whltelsw,
Suspension removed Howsrd Burchtll, Mshonoy
City, Pa., and J B. Fnwlrr. Waltham. Mass.
suctions Uranted Norrlstown Wheelmen. Aug. 14;
Merlden Wheel Club, hept 1 1. National Circuit. Erie
Cycle and Athletic Aaaoclatloo. July 14 and IS, Na
tional Clrculti Crescent Park Cyile Trsck Asi-ola-tloo,
Aug. 21. National Circuit; BrltgetKirt Wheel
Club, Aug. IS, Nations! Circuit; West End Wheel
men. Wlikeabarre. l's.. date chauged Iroin May
81 to May 2U; Red Bank Uneelmcn. Hay
81; Cntury Cycle Club, Irvlnton. X. J., May
81. at Vatlahurg, N. J., i'corla Bicycle Club. June 24
and 25. National Circuit, Chicago Ctcllng Club, July
8. National Clrculti York t'ji-lu Track Ansociatlon,
Vork, Pa , July 31 , Century Cycle Club. Rochester. X.
Y.. Vay 1H. 20. and 27; Patchngue Wheelmen, Msy
81,FrrdonlaAthletlc Association. June KiY.M.C. A.,
Fliiilra, N. Y.. June 12; Blnghamton Athletlo Associa
tion, June 1, Jult 8: Cortland Athletic Aasoclatluu,
June 17; Albany City, July 8
Henry K. Duckcr of Boston, who Is one of the
votcrun raco managers in this country und who
haa nt times filled various oflli cs In tho I A. W-,
is a strong advocate of tha Loaguo an the con
trolling power In racing. Years ago Darker
bonded a movement to tnko tho control of racing
from the League, hut the attempt was a failure
and his study of the subject slnou has completely
changed his views. Now that nn clement In the
West Is trying to wenkott tho League's control
Duckcr makes the following tlmelj statement:
"lam of tho opinion that the League should
control bicycle raiing. Tho attitude of certain
ofllclnls of tho organlration interferes Mirlcnmly
with a sntisfactory consummation of such a
course, but the time Is coming, and soon, too,
when that attitude will be materially changed.
The situation In Lcaguo circles In regard to
racing Is somewhat peculiar. The nttivo direc
tion of tho affairs of tho Lcuguols Inthehnnds
of a few men who are Imbued with tho tradi
tional English aversion to racing upon the
League tracks. TI10 mujorlty of I.caguo mun
are heartily in favor of racing, but the men whti
full tho wires are opposed und have carried
heir objections Into effect,
"Tho racing clement, however. Is growing
stronger )car by year, nnd In tho near ftittiro
will bo nblo to control tho policy of the honrd In
this matter. Next icarrnclng will bo incoipo
ratod Into tho erred of tho L. A. W nnd, onco
It has gnlnod u foothold, there Is no question
but that it will remain. It Is aslgnitlcant fact
that the racing department Is the only one that
finys, and this, moro than anything else, should
nduco the oBlcials to support it.
" There is no such thing as an amateur In bi
cycle racing. All racers are professional In tbo
spirit if not In tho letter. It would bu well to do
aw ay with the farco nnd adopt 11 sensible stem
of classifying racers. The only reasonable
method Is in the class system the samo nu Is
usod upon tracks whero mimes are ratod. With
the racers divided Into 'J:05. 2:10. 2:15 clusfcuii,
and so on, tho result would be fur moro satis
factory than tho present method."
The professional racing men who lmvo liecn
training In the houth for secrnl wieks are now
n tiptop condition to race and 111c turning horo
11 small parties to engage In tho early I on rim
mentn, A party of riders, including Jimmy
Michael, tho Welsh racer; Longhead, the Cana
dian crack; Kennody, tho Chicago ihcr; C. H,
Wells. C C. Ingriilwui, McFiirland.undSlcvcns,
arrived in town veslerdny afternoon finm Hi
vnnnah. Michael's pacing "quad" loam, ilnin
brtdgo, IMckaril, lllnuchuul,aiidJtilh, wcrculeij
with tho party. The men worn in chitrgo of
Tralnor Davo Bchaefor. The riders Intend to
tukn up quarters nt rihrnnshrud II iy and train
at Mnithutlui) lie. ah truck for Ilia ruco meet to
lie held on May ti'.'. It whs at Manhattan Iloiu It
that Michael rodo his remarkable onn-linur men
last J ear, und ho will aguiit train tor long dis
tance racos, Bthacfcr, in talking our thu racing
prospects for litis euusou, said:
" I think there Is ovory prospect of a success
ful racing soasun, purllcularli lu thu Knst, It Is
my Intention to remain in the Knst innst of the
season anil take in Ihu entire New York rttnte cir
cuit ot meets. The riders are all in tho best possi
ble Blnipe, audi antlclpatu little trouble In reduc
ing the records with pacing machines this car,"
Tho members of the Atalanta Wheelmen of
Newark are very much dissatisfied with the ac
tion of the L. A. Y. In grunting a suncliim to
tbo Century Cycling Chili to bold a race meet 011
May lil, tho dute alteudy secured by them,
Chulrman Dudd of tho nice cnmiultteo of the
Atalanta Wbeelmeu culled on President l'otter
and the latter stated that such matters wcro
left entirely In tho hands of Chiirmun Mott.
Tho odlcers and members of thu Atnluntn
Wheelmen feel that their club, as a member of
the Loague, Is entitled to recognition before the
Tbo Itaco Committee representing tho Now
York, New Jersey, and Long Island Associated
Clubs in tho conduct ot the Mlllburn road ruco
held n meeting yesterday afternoon. Additional
officials were Selected, and the question of
prizes discussed, A p. umber ot entries and ap-
Suits of Clothes in New
York city for $25. 00
Chas. S. Morley,
plications for blanks hnvo been received from
well-known road riders. Kvcry enro will bo
taken by tho committee to have the course In
first-class condition on tho day of tho nice.
President Potter has appointed Frank Wood
son of Sacramento Secrotiirj-Treavircr nf tbo
California division of tho L. A. W. This fills nil
tho vacancies In tho section where tho secession
element Is strongest, and the work nf tho L. A.
W. w HI now bo pushed , 1th grcut Igor.
Z. n. H.-In riding from 118th street nnd
Seventh nvcnuo to Ilronx Park turn right to
Fifth nvcnuo ond go direct to 133th street; then
turn right ng.iln ncross tho Madison nvcnuo
brldgo and dlruct through lUSth street tn tho
Southern Iloulevnrd; follow the latter to West
chester avenue and go direct to Ilronx Park.
William T. Hanklnson.-To ride to Illdgcfleld,
Conn., take the routo to Naugntuck published
In Tiik Sun on May 9 as far n Norwnlk; from
that point turn to tho left to Houth Wilton nnd
go direct through Wilton nnd Cannon to George
town; then rido to liranchvillo and turn left to
Boston. May 12. Asa Wlndle, trainer of tho
Press Cyclo Club International racing team, said
"Ibavo completed all tho arrangements for
tho trip nbroatl. I w 111 leave hero July I w 1th a
team of three men. Wo will enter all tho races
at tho Qlaigow tournament. The team agreed
upon Includes Nat and Tom Ilutlor. Tho third
man will probably bo Kddto McDulIIe. Nat
Ilutlor will enter the long-tllsUneu races nnd
Tom Dutlcr tho short events. I w 111 go to Hoi
ton early In June, and wo will train until wo go
abroad. Wo will return in about a month."
Si'itixoriEi.n. 111., May 12. The House has
passed Shunnuhan's bill designed to do away
w 1th six-day bicycle races.
A 8ux reader suggests that riders in going from
Nyack to Kewburg should proceed via West Xyacx,
Spring Valley, Rsmspo, Tuxedo, Ceutrat Valley,
IHahland Mills, Woodbury. Mount-lnvilte. and Corn
wslL In going via Wear Point he recommenda rl 1
era to take the train rrom the Tolnt to Coruwsll.
A meeting will be held to morrow by the Brook
lyn Fire Department Wheelmen to icrrect arrugo
roenta for ruoa for tho aaaion.
The Brevoort Wheelmen of Brooklyn will hold
the follcwlnx club runa during the months of Mar
and Junei May IS. Uergrn Fotnt; 110, Amltyvlllei
June 13. Freeport; 27. Patchogur.
The Lyceum Wheelmen v. Ill holdla run to Plain
field on Sunday,
n. F. and W. A. Terrlll of the Bay City Wheel
men of San rranctsco expoct to sstl for England
next week for a racing tour.
It Is suggested that some regulation be enforced
by race primolers to compel profe'Alonat riders to
deposit a forrelt when issuing challenges for mat -n
A meeting of the Associated Cycling Clubs of New
Jersey will be held to night.
The.ltuan Committee of the Buahwlck Wheelmen
has called a club run to Plalnnrld for buudni.
The annual club excursion will be hala on July 17.
The regular monthly meeting of theAetocUicd
Cycling Clubs of Long Island will be held on Msy
The Dauntles Wheelmen of Brookyn h&ie elect
ed the following umcers: President. F. W.
Schetdge; Vice-President, J. F. hDiltht Secretart.
Treaaurer, F. c. Albus; Captain. Hermin Bellts;
Lieutenant. J. Woloerg.
The Logan Wheelmen will hold their first official
club run or the jenr to Hempstead on unris).
The Greater New York Wbeolmen will hold a run
to Lake Uucceis oa Sunday.
The Nearburg Wheelmen will hold a race meet
on May at. Tha following events "111 be rum Ohm
mile, novice; half mile, openi half mile. Oranire
couoty championship: one mile, handicap; ono
mile, oDen: two miles, handicap.
Cspt, L. c:. aells of the Columbia Club Crclers of
Hobokrn la arraagfnefor a trip to Tores Hirer on
ta 2U, 30. and SI. The club will hold a run to
Nrack on Sur.rtav.
A member of the Hudion County Wheelmen stat
ed yeaterdar that his rlub is conaldertm- the ad
vltabttlty of purchasing ground on the Hudson
County Boulevard an 1 tiullitliic a new clubhouse.
O. H Itichenberger an t Watur Sanger will meet
on June 1U at Penver lu a flte mile unpaced race.
The feellag of rivalry amnng Iho blctrl,- cores of
Xf-wsrk has resched u state that Mill be produc
tive of several matches during the eeaion.
The Nlautlc Wbeelmeu won a handsome clock nt
the I'alesttno fair, Jersey City, as the most popular
The marriage of Mlaa Sonhle L. Maltby, daughter
tif Charlea It. Maltby of Hnrrmsn at enue. to w il
brrt 3. Maltby "f New York was soiemalzel last
sven'.ng at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents In Plstnflrld, X. J, The Rev, J. I). Taylor
performed the ceremony. The groom la well
known aa a trick bleyele'rller andmemhar ot a
local btocla 8rm. After a wedding trip to Vir
ginia the uung couple will take up their realdcnee
In New York.
Itlverald aaebt Clubs Fine li-ogrnranie.
Notwithstanding rumors to tho contrary, tho
Illversiilo Yacht Club will halo its full sharo
of the functions of tho club that will make his
tory during the coming summer.
At a meeting of tho Hag ollh crs and managing
committees of tho club, which was held lust
night nt the Areun, tho programme for the year
was decided. After tho dntci for tho various re
gattas, smokers, nnd formal receptions wcro
decided upon tha social clement In tha club
calmly rctjuested that ovny cienlng between
May 21) and Aug. 2, cxcluslvo ot the dales set
apart for Iho midsummer bull and smoker,
should bo dciotcd to dancing nnd mut-lc.
Thlsycnr thcro is no friction lictwtcn the two
elements In the club, nnd the request, which wits
placed In tho shape of a motion, was unanimous
Tho yachtsmen of tho organization those who
go down to tho sea in ships hnvonrrnnged n pro-
rammo nf more oxtcnsii o proportions than ci er
efore, and there Is llltlu doubt that the Itlv
ersldes will lime, thu most successful racing sou
son In their career.
During thu winter tho hnndsonindubhiiiischis
been rotlocorntod. and iiuui) improvements lmi o
been made in the interior iirrangt'iiii tits.
Tho formal programme for the svniinii, which
was ilutlnltcly decided last night, tsus fnlltiws:
May 18, Informal oprnlngof the tliibhouse. May 20,
club will go In comtnUidim; June u. apt-clal regatta
for 18, 20, tin. nnd Bl foot eUrAc, June 2it, cluti
smoker; July 7, annus! reirntiit for Itrgirt Usms. rt-t't-ritlon
to Atlantic relit ('lull, llrcwurks, tuui . ;
July 10, annual regatta foi mull i-t.jie, Aug, 1,1,
inldsummer lull, N'tit 4. tluti etntiltr, hept. 11, fall
regatta fnrtlaMts 4t feet ami umltr.
Yacht Icnrlng Union's Schedule nnd Amended
Tho Yacht Ilncing Union of lng Island has
Issued tho olllclul schedule of the racing dates
forthu clubs under Its Juilsdlitlou. 'iho pam
phlet In presented In ccu1IpiiI t ogrnphlcal
style, am! In addition to ttiu llsl of events ghes
tha nddrrsBos of chairmen ot tha regatta und
raco committers of the various clubs. Attention
of owners of J uc lit In the 1.1, 20, nnd 2r foot
classes of sloops mi 1 lit nil cluCrtOf cattitiatsls
specially called lutliti amundod rulo uf tho Union
ruiulrlng that nil bums in thine chu-nen lm menu-urc-d
with weight cm Lutrd to icprusunt thu
Attention Is also called to tho nmrnded rulo
making It i ompiilnor) fiirt-miiinlttteu In illi-qunl-Ify
tin) ) m hi starting In t iacu without heln
Tho claest's lmvo been leli'ltorcil, und new
racing tiiiniljorr- lilllHt bo oliliJncd tills scarun fur
allMtchts lutciiillng to nice. Itthm & Co., 1ft"
Fulton st root. Now York, halo been appointed
to furnluli ihu new numbers.
A i ii lit st'irtlug this t.enon under her old
number will bo llabUiloilliiii.illIlcatIon.
Cornell Crow orr Tor Annapolis,
ITHACA, May 12. Tho Cornell crow thnt will
row tigulnst tha United Ktales cutlets trow at
Annnpolid on Friday left here last night, Tbo
Jicrsonncl of tho crew Is the saino ns appeared
n Tub ril'N a month ugo. Thu lat 1b thu samo
ono used bl the lictorlotts 'varsity clou ut
l'ougliki'cpala Inst June. It has been rolltted
nnd prut tiled with u pump, which Is worked by
thu coxswain's feat. The rate at Annapolis will
bo rowed mi thuriuicrunco Itiier.overadlstuuco
of lu a miles.
Count Hchoinberg lVlna tbo Chester Cup.
London, May 12, Tbo Chester Cup Handicap
of 2,850 sovereigns for three-) ear-olds and up
ward, tbo owner of tho second horse to receive
300 sovereigns and tho ow ner of the third horco
200 sovereigns. Old Cup course, nearly two
miles and u quarter, was run at Chester to day
nnd won by M. It. Lcbaudy'g Count Hchoinberg,
6 yours old, Mr. DoboH's I'lety, 4. oars old, was
second, and tbo Duko of Westminster's Shad
dock, 4 yours old, third. Tnolvo horses run.
The hutting was 2 to I ugainst Count Uehorn
bent, 10 to 1 against Piety, aud 2 to 1 against
TYPHOON WINS THE DERBY
OHXANEXT llAItLT JtEATEN AT
VUV1WH1LZ VOWS8 YESTEltnAY.
Tho Son or Order Wns rnvorlle In the netting,
tint Typhoon Made Ills Own Running and
XTon Cleverly A Very Largo frond la
Attendance at the Historic Itaco Course.
Louisville, May 12. In tho betting tbcro
were six horses in tho twenty-third rcnownl of
tho classic Kentucky Derby, but whon it cams
to tho running, thcro wcro only two, n beautiful
pair of chestnuts, Typhoon II. nnd Ornament.
From the mtlo around tho oval tha raco was a
procession with Typhoon II. lending, nnd only
In tho stretch did tho 15,000 enthusiastic
Kentucklans sco n horso race. After hanging
on grimly all around tho trnck, from
a length to thrco lengths behind tho
flying Typhoon II., Clnvton begnn driving
Ornament vigorously at tho turn In tho stretch
nnd cut down Iho gup to ti length. At tho six
teenth pole, nftcr n pretty burst of speed. Orna
ment lapped tho loader, and for u brief moment
his hoad showed In front, but Garner cnllod on
the gamo T)phoon II, nnd tho good colt nn
swered ns if ha hnd unlimited speed nnd en
durance to meet tho demand. Ho shot abend
nnd spod under tho wlro n winner by three
quarters of n length in tho slow tlmoot 2:12ts.
Not in years line tho Kentucky Derby been
nwnltc.l with tho degreo ot Interest that this
afternoon's contest aroused, and the wiseacres
Judged It lu advance ns n wide-open raco. Tho
men with money to wager wcro of many minds,
and Ihu winter book took In money In nil man
ner of sums an tho tlio colts that faced the
starter to-day, Tho ring could not handlo tho
money ofTcrcd. Tho crowd wns frenzied, nnd
pushed, jostled, aud swore in tho slrugglo to
reach tha stands whero tho best odds wcro
offered. Ornament opened nt C to 5 favorite,
with Typhoon II. nt 2 to I. Dr. C.itlctt sold nt
0 to S. Dr. Shcpurd 13 to 1, Hen Drown
and Uoshcn each ut 10 to 1. Tho Ornament
odds receded to even money under tho heavy
piny, but at tho post he went back to 0 to 5. Ty
phoon II. going to 11 to S. 'Iho candidates
cantered by the grand stand ut 3:45 o'clock, tho
cheers being dliidcd between tho chestnuts.
Ornament wasugl ut tho post for a white, but
benrtcr Wllllums caught them In a pood line
after flic minutes' delay, and I hey shot away In
a bunch, comlug don n lucst the stand, every set
of legs moling rhithmlcnlly. Typhoon II. was
leading, with Ornament Hanking him. Dr. Cat
ion third, nnd Dr. iJhcpard, Den Drown, and
At tho first turn they began to string out,
Typhoon II. shooting to tho front for a two
lengths' lend, Orunment being tho mine dis
tance ahead of Dr. Hhcpard, the others maintain
ing their old positions. Rounding into the back
strotch tho procession began, nnd liphoonll.
Incroasod bis lead to three IuiiKtliH. At thu half
pole Clay ton began to urge Ornament, who moi cd
upa length. At the three-quarters bo hud cut
down Typhoon II. 's lead to ii length.
"Ornament will win easily," confidently said
the favorite's Kickers.
Hounding tho turn Clayton began driving
hard, and from tho crowd tin rn nine a deep
murmur as the leaders swept Into tho stretch on
the dry going. The murmur grew to a roar
above ivhli h ran'; In irregular succession:
"Ornament!" " Typhoon!"
A sixteenth rum home Ornament collared
Typhoon II., and for.fi d nhuvl undcrtho whip. A
side glance t.oicd darner his peril and tha
whip dcsccndtil nn Tjphoon's healing sides,
Thu son of Tup imllnnt bounded for
ward und shot home the winner. In
the backstrctch Dr. Cutlett had passed
bhepard mid In the wire maintained bis
lead, landing third prize, three lengths abend
ot Shcpanl, who ltd Drown and Goshen, who
wcro strung out a dozen lengths. The fractional
time was us follows: U:2a, 0:31, l:ld, 1:15,
Tliu homy rains of last night soaked the track,
and tho sun cume out lu time to make only it
tolerable course. The mil was muddy nnd the
Imckstrc-teh slupp). Considering this, however,
the time wus er;. slow. Hi u Drttsh winning last
j oar on u fn: traci. in 2.07-ls.
Tliu crowd thai siw the afternoon's sport was
ono of tho largest eler gathered nt beautiful
Churchill Duwim. the ttbulc State erndlng largo
deli gutinns to w Itm sa t he contest, w hit li ranks, in
the esteem oi Kentucklans. ahiail uf thu Fourth
of July and Christmas as a dn to iclc-brule. 1 ho
Dcrbj illffcrid from last )cur in la-tug ptitcl) tt
trial of strength and .-petd among U'tMoru
colts, tho Kant turning the trick then with MIko
Dwjer's Hen llrtibh. Dr. thepurd Is onl n quasi
Easlerncr. Tho form plers backtd Typhoon
almost sulldly on his two j car-old ptrforiuunccx,
nnd tho rare justitUd their lonmieme. Ho
proied himself tltarJy the Lent horae in the ruco
utciurj stageof the guint-. Ornament's spurt
in (he stre-tcli wa tho lust despairing effort of n
gamo but tired hurst, while T phoon II. ran
easily throughout thu whole course and llnlslicd
strung nnd with plenty to spare, the whip haling
tutu bed him but once. The results uf the races
first Race lx furlongs, three-year olds and up
ward, uot wlnntrsuf a fetteepstake this )car; puno
$100 lliuxe. till iDiirsel l. .', to '.'. nun, Kioto, HO
(Ilui-eei, a to5. hetunl. Ntczarlne. l'2Si (R. Hueatoa),
i to 1. third rime, 1 !'
Second Race 1-lie furhmgs, stlllng, two-earrld
cult end gel'lltigi, punic 8.1U0 Mn-dr at, luj Mnr-ru-oiil,
If. lo 1, won, llrulu. 100 (J Unit, '.j to 1. Mo
und, Huron", lu" tUorsey), 4 to 1. third. Time,
Third Race Kentucky Derby, three year olda;
III. Ollll gtiarantrnl Tiplioonll 1 17 (llsrncr). 1 1 to
A, won,Orlianitiit, 117 c'latun). 7 lo A heitind;Dr.
Catlett. I17(R Williams., I to t , third Time. -J-.l-ih-
luurth Rate Half a mile, tnu-iear ol 1 nlllcs.
pure $1f)u Martha 11, 11.1 (Cloy ttuii, even, won;
Lillian Bell, 1 ID iJ tlanliu-r). to 1, t,ind. May Ag
nes. t0otl)usel. VI) to 1, ttlrd. Tlmr. n.M4.
Fifth Race Cine mile, -.clllug. three tar tilds and
uiinard. pursi'SHM) Urania, 10s ic Relffl. to 5,
iron; The Planter, 1U iDuinic J, 0 lo fi, second, J. A,
Grcj third. Time. l.tUV
Hlxth Race Thrt c quarters or a mile, selling; three
year olds and upward, purse $100 Pete, 107 (R.
Wllllsiiis), 4 lu .I, wtiil, Old Outre, 1 10 Dupee). 3 to
I, second: White (Jolt, 104 (liakns), lu to I, third,
T; phoon II. is well known In tho Kast, having
performed icri creditably at the MctroiHilllan
trntks last fall. Hu is one of tho handsomest
hordes in the world, and 10,(MKI wasrcftisetl for
him by owner J. C. Calm last full. Ills rating
career camo near (timing to a close at Shocps
hcud Ituy last summer, when hu ran Into nji ti
ling and was so severely Injured that lie wns laid
up for a month. Typhoon II. has n number of
engagements West which he will rill, after which
he u ill Iwluniight Knst nnd mepil at the princi
pal tracks of the Jockey Club cuur-t".
Tlut lAlnuer at litshlltlr.
Nashville. Teuu.. May 14. The iroutts of to
day's races follow:
rtrst Itsce Four and a half furloigs. Annie Lau
ren.,, lud (Warren. Id to I, waa: famora. lus
(Murray), I to V, sc.iud; Iuy Lennox, uu tllam,
X to 1, third. Time, o as,
Kecond Race Threa quarters of a inllo. Whiff,
KM (N. Turner), H io l.tton; On-euaway, oa (Camp
bell), 0 to 1, second; Lad Britannic, as (Coleyj,
U to '1. thlru. Time, I:l.
Third Km i' One mile. Paul Keuvnr, 101 (War
reui. 4 to Q, von; ltnbert I.sttu. lilt iK, Turrerl,
D io I, lecnud; lrllb, V7's ilUn-cln, u to 1, third.
Time, 1 43.
Fourta Race Three quarters of a mile. Bon Ful
ann, II (Warreiu, 1 to :t, won; .irieriu.on. HI
(Lawreneei, U to 1, eioinl; i'st Uore. lua irau',
u in 1, ililrd. ruiKi. 111".
firm Race File and it half furlongs. Inca, UT
(!. Itirneri, Bu io t won, illrnalion, 7 iCuiqi
belli, d 'ti (. ktcnull itucppa, 1711 (Itirsclil, 'JCa to
1. third. Time, liluej.
Slitti Ra.u One mile. Inconstant), 07K trttrsclil,
II to 1. aom Auguallus. ml tLauuibilti, u lo 1. sec
nnd: Col. Allen, 1U7 (I.tnreuce), o to 1. third.
Three laiorltes nl Newport
CirisAiI.'.JIar;iV. Thre e'favnrlte. at ndrts ring.
Ing from to u to u tu 1, retvarced Hit ir uaoters
at rtewiort in tta The summaries!
First Race Muru rurlnngi. J. II, c, 100 lEicr
ettl, 'J to o, won; Whslerlou, 101 (Jiimes), U In I,
sre-oud: Miss Ronett, IU3 (hliredyj, ti lo I, third.
Time, I, US.
Kecond Itsce Five furlnngi. I)r, Stewart, 108
(Randall), (I tn 1. won: lion Jour. I no tJatnesi, a
tn 1, second; Meltrr, 10s (Kiercitl, t to 0, tiuru.
Thlnl Race Declared off.
Fount! Ila.e One mile. Endurance, 100 (Kver.
elt). lu to I. won; Lulu II.. 101 (Raiidaln. u io fl,
sceond, sugar Cane, U7 (Lun), I a to l, third, llmv,
Hftll Raco Flic furlnngs. Jolly Hon, II 7 (Ileau.
champ), via lo 1, wntit Knift Iiran. luu (IV. Jone),
1,1 io I, second: Sir F.rrol, luu (Hlgglns), 0 to 1,
tnirn. Time, i unij.
Hlxth Race Hm furlongs. Albontoti, 100 (Beau
cliauipi, v m 1, won: Masquerade, ua (Raudall), 4
tn 1, second; Rulul Uauct-, U7 (Jstilcs;, 0 to 1,
third. Time, l:ut4.
On (lie I'.lltton TrarU.
El iros.May IS, The following aro the summaries
of thu races here to da :
Flrt Riiee lour anil a half furlongs. Heck, Jr.
0 lo 3 and 7 to 10. wun; oracle. I lo B for place,
seroua; Key Wrst llllrd. lime. II M)4.
Second Race Nix rurlonga, Falo, :i to 3 and I tn
ti, wuni First Light, oien ror place, aecondi Fritz
third. Time, 1 :Vl.
Tnlrd l(ac Four aud a half furlong. Illllpute,
4 to 0 and 1 to J, won; Lottie A.. U lo o fur place,
second; Klrxoier ililrd. Time. l:UU.
Fourth Race Ooo mile and a sixteenth. Cbls
wlcx, H to a and I lo a, won; Runaway. 3 io 1 for
place, second! Tampa tnlrd. Time, l.flsi.
Finn llite Four an I natr furlongs. Trial. IE
to 1 ond 4 to 1, wont Navanoe. H to o for placc,Tsec
ona; I'll Do third. Time, l:U0.
Blith Race Fire furlongi. Sherlock, 7 to 10
and 1 to a, won; Helena Belle, S lo 1 for place, see
onj Forest third. Time, liu7,
.tesv rroui the Horse World,
Teaax Henr. May 111. At to-day', speed sals
there was spirited bidding. I'rsytell, Kill, was
knoexsd dowu to (leorgo Starr, the well-known
driver, for t4,3un. Aliu-ll. a gsl(llug, by Axtell,
dam Myra. by l.leeiioueer. and dam of Io Rusaell,
wsnt for BU0 lu John McCarthy of Brooklyn, .V. y.
Mare Ego, a gelding by Axtell, out of Neuiollne.
Klin, with a trial record of 11:10 as a four-year-old,
aa purchased by J, It. Budd, owner ut Bright Uf hi,
for Jl.BUui Josephine, mini, was sold 10 V, L,
lurLk.m, 'lerrw Haute, lor foUO,
jtyportgrnaB'tf (Sooao. $poxtwm'fi Oooap.
have an uptown salesroom that is very invit
ing to cyclists. Every cycling comfort. Shower j
baths for gentlemen and for ladies; luxurious '
dressing rooms; lockers for clothes; storage
and care of your wheel accessible at any hour, ,
day or night. Bicycles to rent. Repairs. i
Royal Worcoaton and Mlttdlotown Gyoloo
(on easy payments, II you prefer.) ,
WORCESTER CYCLE MFG. CO.
459-463 Boulevard Jd street) 17 Murray Street
Factories I Mlddlatown, Conn.; Worcester, Mass.
Repaired on road in two minutes.
See it done and explained
at No. 4 Hurray St
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ISO 100 Nasssu fit. I , SI. 33 W. Vii St.
6isalAB WaHEWINTOH $
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9 InstaHments; $500 down, $10.03 g
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S nude for bicycles in exchange for a
$, 1S97 Wmtons.
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0 OOrand Circle n.srsechBt H.T. J9 v
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Coluinlila S10, hirau l.'ll, I lli.-ity C-'ll. t Ininlili $17,
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'UT t:rle Npirlnls ..
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OTiir.HS WI AMI H(I, AM lll'AllAKTEl'J),
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THE LEAGUE, 24 VoseySt., N.
25 PERCENT. REDUCTION
Km tiaMnie of tula ""fit only
lllKll liMde IIeilesor Li-ailliiK Slakes.
11 VtHrrt'ii HI.,
one llluhl ni,
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1?XCHANOK)oiir "in .tlsf tor) tem e rail ""for a
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