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n ' ; J..M.. '. TOE gUJERiDA-VDgCEMBE 2, 1898, .' . JT J
POLITICS IN FOOTBALL
rntSCZTOS XKaOTIATWQ FOB A
GAME TTIT1C JlAltrAJtD'S ELEVEJT.
Coach Forbes I Snld to lTawor Throe BUt
)Ir ! I'lavrajd Ilarlter Than Usual
Tier" "a Qulter Pulllne; TTlrei.
Throush a membor of ths Graduate Adrtaorr
Commits Prlnoetoa bu opaned nerotlatlons
lth Harvard (or a football came next fall,
with the tlpulatlon that ths contest shall In do
,t Interfere with tha Crimson's mooting with
the University of Pennsylvania. It la said to
t,e a fact that Harvard has already mode an
uretment with the Quakers for another same
EtTfr. and ths sentiment praTAllsln Cam
l,rlJr that brarramlne the dates far enough'
tptrt contest with both Princeton and Yale can
arranged, too. The mombor ot Prlnoeton's
jUrUorrOommlttoo who has oponed negrotla
tlene with n&rvard has had a personal confer
mce with Head Ooach Cameron Forbes. Tho
latter has already etatedVthat he 'will not coaoh
the iarvard eleTon another rear, bnt to the
Princeton man he has declared himself to be
Mrionallyln favor of renewlne former rela
tion! with Old Nassau and also anxious to bars
the Crimson play three bit? eames. Other looal
Hirrard men hayo been approached. It Is said.
indoneof them, who Is a membor of tho Ath
letic CornmlUoo.lett for Boston last nUtht to
tilt the matter OTor. The Princeton man who
li conducting the negotiations said to ft re
MrUrot Tna Btw yesterday:
-Ecmethlne Is liable to crop out at any
poment I have had a talk with Cameron
Forbes and other prominent Harvard men and
j feel that a game Is almost a surety. I mad
It particularly dear that Princeton did not wish,
to interfere In any way with Harvard's rela
tions with the University of Pennsylvania,
Harvard men also understand that It they
should make any stlDulatlon whereby Prince
ton would havo to play Old Penn In
order to get a game with the Crimson
a I negotiations would be deolared off. Ooaoh
i'ortws. from a personal point ot view, believes
that Harvard can easily plnr three important
rim", espeolally IC one. of them Is scheduled
or the last woolt in October. From what I
art, Harvard's cams with the. University ol
'ennsylTanla noxt year may be played In Ooto
,er. and a contest with Princeton may be ar
ranndfor the first Saturday In NoTembor,
Then Harvard would play Yale two weeks after
thafdate. Beveral other Harvard men with'
whom I bars talked seem favorable to tha plan,
and one of them, who 1 a member of the Ath
letio tommittoo. will ko to Boston to-night to
ee what the prevailing sentiment is there,
while it must be admitted that For bea does not
express the opinion of his university as a wholo,
bli ilnfluenoo Is known to carry great weight,
and we are hoping that he will do able to help
mate the negotiations successful. Princeton
wantatoplar Harvard, and as the friendliest
relations between the two universities exist,
wa beHeve that something will come of our
It Harvard consents to meet Princeton and
arranges the date of the game with the Uni
versity ot Pennsylvania for the latter partot
October, thero may be a storm of protests from
I hlladef rtiia. but they are expected to bud
ilde.aa Harvard Is undoubtedly in a position
to dictate terms. Two years ago Harvard
asked Princeton as a favor to play the
University ot Pennsylvania, and when the
request was turned down there,was
om adverse feeling toward the Titers
in Cambridge At the University of Ponn
erlvanla the opinion has prevailed up
to within a few weeks that Prfcooton would
endeavor, through xale, to havo Harvard throw
the Quakers over, but not long ago a Princeton
graduate qttnnuenoe lu athletio affairs noti
ed several Pennsylvania men that the Tigers
would In no way attempt to interfere
with the Harvard-Old Penn agreement. Con
sequently the Phlladelphtans are expected to
help the Nassau negotiations along as much as
- There are also informal negotiations between
Princeton and the University ot Pennsylvania
for a game, but so tar they have been carrlod
on without official sanction. One of the most
potod players on Princeton's eleven ot 187
has taken the matter in hand. and. with
the declaration that he represents the sen
timent ot the undergraduates, he has
leen working hard to restore the for
mer friendly relations between the univer
sities. This man has openly notified certain
members of Prlnoeton's Graduate Advisory
Committee, who ore known to oppose a game
with Old Ponn, that he is In the field to beat
them. There Are live-men on the Graduate
Advisory. Committer, one ot whom. Edgar Allen
i'oef I and always has been anxious to restore
the contests on the gridiron with the Quakers.
There-will be two vacancies on the committee
next Vlaroh. and the noted player says that they
will beiUJed by men who. with Poe. will vote to
play Old Penn, as they will be able to control a
majority vote. The vacancies will be Oiled by
the Executive Committee of the Prinoeton
A. A. This playor also figures that those on
the Oraduate Advisory Committee who oppose)
him will be re ady toelther resign orswitohuieur
eentlmenta when they find themselves in the
minority. But even it the Graduate Advisory
Committee can seouro a majority vote in favor
, of a game, nothing can be done without tho
content of the Faculty Athletlq Committee,
which Is supreme. Prof. Fine of the committee
was chiefly Instrumental in stopping the games
with the University of Pennsylvania, and, ao
i cording to the latest advices, he has not seen
fit to change his ideas. IfaheQraduate Ad
visory Committee however, can convince Prof.
Fine and one or two others that the under
eraduate and alumni sentiment favors a battle
with the Quakers, he is 'expected to relent
, hy those who are working, the wires.
Vat it is also a fnctthat Prof. Fins will prob
ably stand by certain Influential members ot
the Oraduate Advisory Committee who are
lalnst tho scheme to the lost. In a word.
until the latter committee, as it will be made
up after next March, Is unanimous on the sub
t Jfct. the J acuity .Athletio Committee Is Uablo
to defer action. "Blffy" lea, ex-captain of
the Princeton eleven. Is one of the men slated
n nil a vacancy on the Advisory Committee,
lie openly faors a game with the Quakers.
,A?rV.IaAt week a conference was held in
i hllailelphla between the ex-Princeton player
mentioned above and two of Old Penn's most
prominent athletio advisors. The latter were
assured that Princeton would como around as
soon cs tho vacancies on the Advisory Com
mittee had been filled. As a result of the con
fab, the feeling at Old Penn prevails that a
Kjraels a surotr, but It would seem that many
oDhtacles must be overcome before such a con
test can bo arranged.
Harvard's VIctoTlone Football Players Will
Be Jianqueted Here.
CiMUMDOE. Deo. L Following the example
( the Graduates' Athletio Association, the
Hanard Club of New York will give a dinner to
the fourteon football men who played for the
Crimson against Old Ponn and Yale this yeai
ft the clubhouse In New York on Deo, 10. The
l?Yatloa was recelvod to-day by Manager ,
" ourse and was accepted by him onbehnlt
pi the members, of the eloven. Ooaoh Forbes,
""f'beon.eAkedtobe present, but he has
i!sU $ .n a trJ t0 Colorado. In all probability
j'rt Waters, SiB, will represent the- coachora.
iho loam will leave Cambridge on Saturday
morning and will return somo timo on Bunday.
Tho fifth matchfor the Faber trophy, repre-i-atluir
tbs championship for teams of four
women, held by the New York Ladles' Club,
was won by tho Otis Whist Club of East Or
ante, on Wodnesday, by the score of 10 to 10,
Tho pliiyura were:
N'e w York Ladles-MrsJ Johnson. Miss Camp
bell. Mrs. Llttell and Miss Day.
Otis Whist Club-Mrs. Cannon. Mrs. Dlsbrow,
Miss Cameron and Mrs. Campbell.
The New York ladles were more fortunate
m tholr defence of tho Metropolitan trophy,
Idch Is for teams of twelve women. The chal
Itngers were the 'Women's Whist Club of
J-rooklyn. who put their best playors forwurd,
Jlra. Wado. Mrs. ilcConnell. Mrs. Blood and
Mrs. Heald among them. The New York la
t dies held three tables of the six down to a tie,
"o 'ey Mon at the otherthroe tables, and the
irV lT '"? Bu o' 10 to . Miss Campboll
5??r fi,:,vJol"i?c" n,ad? the, best N and H
ifrei'or:"wil?rk. a plus. Mrs. I.lttell and
aiiS'ii.11' F.(lt 2 1,lus t,lli ""t"6 WV' MfH' Leroy
ii3,i" f,u"oy,i:ntthetop K and W score for
te.lork,r' l'lus- Mrs. Walker and Mrs,
iJn 'lmuJ the beet score for Brooklyn, i
ninh') u"a "Mrs. Plimpton and Miss Cun
wpgham made 2 plus.
Y.t '.J'18, Somen's Whist Club In Brooklyn on
t ?il.y !" top score was made by Mrs.
fi?-n""(1 Slr8- MoConnell,b plus, 15 and W.
mth "u',rn"mn and Mrs. Bklnner were sooond,
? .I ,i J'1'!? a wo i'alr tlotl "r 'he best sopre
iJ ' ' )1",,ill09'i '! Mrs. Heald. and Mrs.
iSi u'U "'"' lr- Hswthorne. Mrs. ilakerand
S i. "Iff ,weJ'? next wlt"
hiJU'";, V'lt Olubof Now Yorkon Wednesday
lili , ., Vi"'i P"ck-a-juckB wore on hand. Dr.
u?? din ,lu, ThoniBoii walked oil with tho
aiS i .'''"'" H)" 7 Plus. HeurUtuos and Klwell
eiol, r?w.,n"1' aml Foster were next with
to nil.. "7 fve' he, standing of thunluyors
anit Uuf."""WH' J ,V- W well. : Plus. ia Kills,
kiu ,'1' """'ill 1 Uenlson.au plus. rl
J "mp";" scores: J. P lirounlng, 15
rnuii 1 SV' .Ul"1. " ''' score, licli ot theso
I "r V.h.I" 'i'1." 'V'1'1 f'Jr a 'HfTerent prUe, Klwull
I wning jirkfus. h'B" eC,'' H,,d
I We1ineTJor?.0stato tmphy matches on
B PuaKi8t,i8o.14.'Vewo C uh defaated the
8 wSSSi. fi,w Club oytUtvoon of 10 to 7. Tha
8 (iWdltSJrlgo.111 wa" Bunbar' Jjro"' Wlnnns
Brnah Is Prepared to Continue Ills Fight
for Clean Sport.
Nearly all tho managers ot tho National
League ot Professional Baseball Clubs admit
that something must be done to kill rowdy
playing before next season begins. Ons or
two of them are Quito backward In declaring
themselves, as was the case a year ago. Presi
dent Brush ot the Cincinnati Club has not
given tip the great tight he began last winter
for clean sport, and says that he will adoct
even moro'i vigorous measures at the meeting
of the Loague to be held hero a week from
"There was'not nearly so much obscenity."
Brush Is quoted assaying, "for the players
feared tho results. What violations of the
rule there happened to be were allowed to
fro unpunished ty wesk-kneed umpires, who.
for some unaccountable reason, wore afraid to
bring tho offenders before the Board ot Dis
cipline. But, as a rule, the players refrained
from the use ot filthy language such as dis
graced tho sport In Drovious years. Kicking,
however, must bo wiped out entirely. That Is
the ovll whloh prevailed moro than tho ono at
which I aimed my resolution ln.Bt. Louis.
Home remedy must be adopted by the League
before another ecason."
.James A. Hart, President of tho Clilcaco
Club, who was one ot tho leading reformom
last winter, surprised his friends during thu
summer by allowing hla players to kick' al
most constantly without being punished by
him. Next to the New Yorks the Chtoagos had
.more men put out ot games for violating tho
rules than any other team.
"I ean readily see whora I made nbig mis
take in not killing off the evil st the very start.
It I. had lived ud to my agreement signed at
tho Bt, Louis mooting, thore would have boen
no trouble. If I had fined my playors for be
ing puc out ot tho B-amo. they would havo
Stopped kloklng and the Chtoagos would have
won more games. There -were at least half
a dozen content that were lost by my tsam be
cause Dahlea or somebody else was pnt out at u
fitagewhen the.'team'.atrDeared to have things
ta own way. if we had won these samo
Somes ws might have finished higher up in
le race and consequently satisfied thexmblla
even more than we did. Therefore, it Is my
intention to strictly prohibit kloklng noxt year.
nt whatever cost, tori believe we oan do much
better without it."
Beach and Itogers. the owners of the Phila
delphia Club, whoso playors behaved them
selves better than those ot any othor olub. ore
even more anxious to establish vure sport
throughout tbe Leaguo than before. They
say that the rules cannot be amended too
strongly to snit them, and that tbey are willing
to stand by Brash and the other leaders In the
movement. President Kbbets of the Brook
lyn Olub has notohangod his opinion, ex
pressed a year ago, tie savs that the League
will have to stamp out all kicking or suffer
another disastrous season. Very little fault
was found with the actions ot the Brooklyn
players on the field last summer, which
proved that jibbots was sincere when he
signed the Bt Louis agreement.
President Boden of the Boston Club Is still
an advocate of elqan bail. He was one of the
committee that drew up and presented the
Brush, resolution to the League for adoption.
He believes that it should be perpetuated, as It
has done a great deal of good.
The suggestion that Uie President of the
League should be empowered to lnQIot fines
on the olub owners orery timo one ot their
players Is put out of a gome at pears to moetiwlth
the favor of a majority of the magnates. That
is to say, those who lived up to the rules last
season and had few rule breakers in their
teams believe that it Is neoessary to make It an
Ironclad rule. Those whose playors were al
most constantly breaking into rowdyism, how
ever, are said to be opposed to It, One mag
nate, who has openly encouraged his players
to klok, but who has persistently declared that
he has always been In favor of olean ball, is ex
peoted to oppose the suggestion when it is
brought before the magnates on the ground
that the President of tbe League baa no right
to fine a man whose monsv is Invested in tho
game. This same official has declared to his
friends that the publlo likes kloklng and that
the effort to suppress it hurt the camo. because
It took away much bt the llfo that made the
While the opinion prevails that the war hurt
the Interest In baseball, thero Is a feeling in
many quarters that bad business management
and flagrant rowdyism did moro to lessen tbe
gate receipts than anything else.
Detroit Men Have Made nn Otter for the
LouravxLLr. Deo. L -There is a probability
that Louisville will not bo In the National
;Lcague next season. O. A. Vondorbreck of
'Detroit Is negotiating with the owners of the
home club, and it his proposition Is accepted it
will transfer the Louisville f ranohise and pres
ent team to Detroit. The price placed on tho
franchise and club Is $50,000. anil a local real
estate dealer, who Is conducting the negotia
tions, said to-night that he believed the deal
would go through. In connection with the
story ofthe sale comes the information that tho
olub lost 913.000 last year. Heretofore the an
nouncement was made that tbe season endod
with a substantial profit, but now the directors
admit they were whistling to keen tholr cour
age up when they talked about making monoy,
DeleUanty tVUl Not Be Traded for Xange,
PrmuDELPniA, Deo. 1. Secretary-Manager
Shetsline of the Philadelphia Baseball Club
was asked whether there was any truth In tho
statement of President Hart of Chicago to the
effect that Lange was to be traded for Delo
hanty. He said: "Lange may bo traded all
right. I understand Chicago wants to got rid
ofhlm, but he will not be traded forDelohanty:
not on your life. 'Del' suits ns all right. He
can nlay just as good all-around ball as Lance,
and has better habits."
Old Penn's Gymnasts and Oarsmen.
Philadelphia. Deo. L The University of
Pennsylvania gymnasium team held a meeting
yesterday. J. 8. Williams, captain, resigned.
Thomas P. btevenBon was elected In hlo place.
Williams expects to remain with tho team, but
owing to his school work he was not able to as
sume the duties of a captain. Stevenson has
been a member of tho team for the past two
years. J. Myles Gibbons, the trick bicycle
rider, was elected manager of the team. Tho
plans for the season have not been definitely
decided, but It is probable that joint exhibi
tions with Yale and Harvard will take place.
Last year's team now on hand are:
W. P. Taylor, O. O., 1000; J. S, Wllllamn. 1(100, 8.
K. (leyenbach, 'HO, Med.t F. Paul. 1800, Med.i J. P.
Stevenson, Jr.. ltiOls A. Btaab. 1D00, Mi-1.iO.JI.
Orane, '81), D. C. H.i L. App, 1101, f!.: W. E. Oreou
wood. 'uu: L.O. UcOowan, 'nil, rniJ Jolinl'. Oardl
Xjcr, 1901, Med.
The new cundldates are:
O. E. Scott, P. O. Col.; J. J. IlobliiWUli, 1P0O, O.: S.
F. Weaver, 1U01, 0.: J. M. (llhhous, 'uu. Mi-d.: Wil
liam Olson, 1D01, V.i A. W. Cown, 'UH. V,; n. If.
llalenrum, 11)00, Iiloloiry; U. V. Wtucert, ltioj, c;
Q. V. Wlborne. 1W01, C; A. V. Hlackhuim-, "UU, D,
and A. It. Karurtiav, 1V02, a.
Tho winter training of the crew began to-day
in tho house ou Franklin Field. Tlio plnco for
merly used by tho football team as u dressing
room has been fitted out tor that purpose with
eight rowing mnchlnos. Tho work of the crow
has begun about five or six weeks earlier than
usual, and the first two months' practice will lie
devoted almost entirely to new candidates,
although several old men were out to-day. The
preliminary cxerelso will be done entirely on
tho machines. Coach Ward nnd Capt. Klntzlng
had charge of tho mon to-day. Wnnl expressed
himself as bolng highly pleased with tho out
ook. Candidates fur Princeton's C.jmnastlc Team
Pbinceton, Doo. 1. The caudklntfa for tho
Princeton University gymnasium ti-nm began
training to-day In tho Bonner Cymnnsliim un
der tho direction of Director Goldlo. A largo
number ot athletes rosponded to the call, and
tho outlook for n strong team In uuusuully
bright. Tho majority of last 5onr's Irnni nio
Htllllnoollouo, mid wlthtlio new mntuiiiil from
the freslimuu class Goldlo liox to turn out
the best tenin tlmt tins rapronentpd the uulvxr
slty In yenrs. Horbort Wheeler. I1HH), who
played full back on the football do cii.has boeii
electod Captain. HuInIoii. 'h:i; Mountain.
Laughlln, uiul Hrmlvr. Hum, nnd Jtntzcnbach
and Uanibel, HHI1, who won- on tln leuiii limt
year, aro niialn tiying. Oils, Joiii-munl Mooru
uie uniong the bout of tlio freslnuiiu e.-iiidlilritCH.
Tliomoot with liile'it tenm 7ill inhi tlm loriu
of a contest, which will lm hold In New Haven
in March. A decision will bo given on point
by three judges clioson from amonit the lead
ing gymnastlo experts of tlio country. Con
tents In wroHtllng und boxing may also bo In
troduced. Heretofore) tlio two tennis have In
dulged In a friendly exhibition, but the rivuliy
for points nnd tlm decision noxt March Milt
make tlio meet much more Interesting.
Valentin Hunt Club Illeitlua.
Matters were lively lait nllit at the annual inert
tug of the Valencia Bot Clll 0, vt hicli wan hi Id at tho
boathouer, foot tit l'iflli ulrcet, Ilohot'ii. Thore
were two Ikktti In the field, aud with but ono ex
ce:tou the rc-ulura pulled tmouith. The vlctorlona
rsiidlriatoi'f tlm npi-o.ilioQ fon-ti wa. Hairy Wtlk
er, nhoileleattd hunl Fnclu, ths regular landldutt,
for tli l'Oilllun of Capuiti, after mm of Ilia uioat
ttlrnug couti'ita in tlio tumorjr nt tlm club. Tha
newly elerted olllt em fulluwt
l'rvf Idnit, Olio A I.'lui.uii, Vli'c l'rmlilrnt, J.iiii.
A. Hpeorj Heeicta , llmrj Killaiii CipUin, Harry
Walter; (.Iruleuani. Walter liu-iui r. Jloarl ot
'l'rultw, Charles Dlsbrow AlUiUrt Dels, and Knill
Iho'l'ieasnrerUai'iiolntwl by tho Hoard of Trus
tees on Joint ballnt. Tlie rluli It In iroiperou
condition, and It is said that tlio small mort.'iue on
the clubhovuo will be paldolfin a short time,
Wt J..Jit'ra.lH.iSSXI'rfl. Hi nn,Z,MlMitM.,:
'The Veteran Qneekberner Objects to Shel
Quito a stir has been caused among tho
Seventh Itcglment athletes by tho appoarnnco
ot Btchard Sheldon's name among the entries
for the shot-putting contest at tho games to be
held in tho armory to-morrow night. Bholdon.
is the Yale graduate who now compotes undor
the colors of tho Now York A. 0., and has a
record tor putting the 10-pound shot nearly
45 feot. Ho has been well taken care ot by tho
handlcapper and will have to be at his host to
concodo tbe big handicap allotted to more tliar.
a score of competitors, espeolally as F. Galsel.
ono of tho previous winners of the event, has
received the limit of 11 foot 2X lnohes.
The .principal kick comes from 0. A. J.
Queokborner, who tor years has been the proud
holder ot the regimental record of 41 feet 11K
Inches, which is now in imminent danger ot
beli.c wiped off the slato. Sheldon was lnaucod
to ioln Company O by Harry Lyons, one of his
fellow mombors of .tho New York A.O. When
Uueckberner heard ot the addition of the
young giant to tho ranks hi took exception on
tho seoro of excessive avoirdupois, andaverrcd
that tho Yale graduate was a few pounds over
the weight stipulated by the regulations. Tho
objection was treated as e Joke by the mem
bers of Company 0, as Queokbemer, though
shorter In staturq than Bheldon, is a hoavfer
man. When tho old-tlmor joined the regiment
thorowero no limitations as to the weight of
the soldiers, nnd it is quite possible that trch
nlcullv thorn Is somo ground for the kick
llobort Mazer, who has for years bcon associ
ated with tho ntblottcs ot the regiment and un
til recently was Treasurer ot tbe athletic asso
ciation, exprcssod tho opinion yesterday that
Sheldon's ideal build was probably taken Into
consideration when his application for admis
sion was entertained. The Yale man is over 0
feet tall, and easily able to carry a few pounds
over tho stipulated 100. Sheldon does not ap
poar to be worrying over the matter, and con
fidently expeots to Improve the record figures.
All the events have filled well, and as M. W.
Long, the Now York A, 0. crook sprlntor. Is ono
of the 600 entrlos, there Is a strong probability
that other records beside the shot putting will
bo relegated to obscurity.
President of the New West Side A, C, Pro
poses a Tfetropolltnn Championship.
Sinco tlio cross-country championship was
doclded on Thanksgiving Bay the ovent has
been tho subject ot frequent comment among
tho athlotcs of tbe metropolitan district. 1'or
the first timo In tho history ot tho ovent tho
smaller clubs wore entirely shut out ot the
prizes by the crack teams of tho Now York A.
0 . Yolo and "Cornoll. The Pastime A. 0.. New
West Bide A. 0. and Xavlor A. 0. supported tho
meeting by entering teams, but were over
shadowed by the collcgo men. who took nd
vantago ot tho championship being hold in tho
fall and were fully ropresonted. There docs
not appear to be a disposition to begrudge tho
placed teams tho honors won by them, as tho
event was a national championship, and should
naturally be freely open to the best men ot the
country eligible under the rules.
With one oxeoptton the winning team of the
New York A. C. wus composed ot undergradu
utes, the educational institutions ot Brown.
Harvard. Princeton, Williams, and university
of Pennsylvania being drawn on for material.
The A. A. U. rules limit the clnbs for which
athletes who are not college graduates may
compote to those of the district association In
which they live, but expressly allow under
graduates to represent any club they choosn.
Under these conditions the smaller and poorer
olubs havo little chance to capture national
honors, as they cannot afford to par the ex
penses of a team ot from five to ten men from
n. Obortubesslng. President of the new West
Sido A, 0-came out with a proposition yester
day that should meet with general favor. He
suggested tho holding of a metropolitan oham
plonshlp from which all except athletes who
aotually reside In tha district should be barred.
Such a meeting could be held in the spring and
would undoubtedly bo a sucoess, as the rivalry
between the local clubs is of the keenest kind.
Without any stipulation barring them the met
ropolitan championship. It held In April, would
practically exciudo the collegians, as most of
them would be in training tor the Intercolle
giato championships on the flat. Experience
has shown that under those circumstances the
cracks will not risk possible injury by com
peting In such a trying race aa a oross-oonntrr
Senwonhaka Yachtsmen to Xearxt Naviga
tion. Tho amateur tars ot the Soawanhaka Corin
thian Yacht Club held their first mess dinner ot
the soason in their town housevlO East Twenty
second street, last night, after whloh the class
In navigation received Its first lesson of the reg
ular winter courso. The Instructor this season
Is Dr. Prederiok 15. Bondern. a member ot the
club, and tho lessons are free. Those wbowere
present last night were:
John rxyslop.Gnnlon Wendell. It. W, Olbaon.
Frederlok H. Williams, Maxwell Xeiter, J. !I.
Warner, William n. Dlokson. Fred M. Hoyt. Edward
Hani or J, William Van Dervituter, 0. J. Stevens, U. O.
Hopkins, F. H. HasUnes H. B. llrows, Charles V.
Maurice and Allen E. Wblttnan.
In addition to the navigation olass. lectures
on interesting subjects are being arranged
from time to timo. Tbe first of these will be
by Clinton H. Crone on the toplo ot yacht
The crack fives ot the Enlokerbockor and the
Bay Bldge A. G's met in tho former's gymna
sium last night and, although tho "Cherry
Diamond" players won. It was only after a
hard-fought struggle. Tbe Bay Bldge toam
Was without tho sorvlces of Diss at centre, but
the men put up a star game despite this draw
back. In tho first half both teams resorted to
all kinds ot combination plays to make the
basket. The K. A. 0. men were very fast nnd
Inanumborof Borlmmages they scored. The
Brooklyn players were unfortunate In missing
tho basket on field tries. Tho half ended with
a score ot 6 toil In favor ot the K. A. 0. In tho
next half the Knickerbockers put up one of the
cleanest and fastest games of the season,
Keown.Eompner, and Ulot rich doing tho bulk
ot tho work. Tho Bny llldge men tried hard to
even up tho scoro, but tho home playors' de
fensive tactics wro too much for them. The
final score was: K. A. C, 11 s Bay ttldge.7. Tho
A'. A. C. fatUimt. Bat) Rid ft.
Kenwu Itlnht guard Cook
Kempuer. Leftguard Harrington
Htripptl Uvutro i Martin
lllctrloli llluht forward Kdmuurta
(Jreenball Lett forward Rlvllu
The Central Y. M. C. A. team hn been disbanded.
Tbe Oraco Chapel tram defeated the Alliance A. 0.
In the latter! g) inuusiuru un but Wednetday night
by tbe storo of 14 to 4.
Tbe Weatcheater County Wheelmen has Dee. 10.
24 and ai open, and will Kuarantee eiptjue for reg
istered trams. Addrcn J. M. Mclntyru, Mount Ver
non, H. V.
The Lafayette King's Soni of Jersey City bave Jan.
30 aud a few datoi In February open for registered
tearui. Address C. W. Harrison, manager, 202)4 Fa
title avenue, Jersey 0 ty. t
The Tirnnulca of tbe Vonkera V. M. C. A. would
Uie to uiraiiiru uauiea with tea inn averaging from
110 to 1 10 poundiifor bome-and-bome games. Ad
dress Clarence Goodwin, manager, V, M. 0, A.,
Voiiken, N. Y.
The Cleveland team ot Drooklvn, which has
curt dttieeervU-rs or a majority of tho Central V. M.
O. A. players, lias u few datea open for rint-claaa reg
UUrtd teania. Addiess Clarence Kllnck, 117 Wall
Irei t, New York.
The Youiic Men's Inntlluta first team defeated the
rtuliber Five team vt Uneunoint Y. M. O. A. on
Widnisdayulsrhtbyaacoroof IB to 1(1. Wittnebel
ivuu the game (or tho Institute by throwing two
iroalafrom tho field tbree minutes beforo tbe end of
Tho Withlugton Heights Field Olub team of
Harlini lined up agalrmt tbe Kaatern District T. M.
i . A. team in VM lit urn burg, last night. Tbe V. M. C.
A, uirii aturled out lu make a runaway gam aud
iiiml goals In rapid auioesslou until tbey hail
rolled up 10 point! to 1 for tbe Field Club, Tha
ltll.r Mmwed big improvement In the next hair,
which waa v ey rough. The home players bad bar!
woik adding 4 iioitits to their score, while tbs vlalt
ri wore lurky to make one more coal. Tbe final
ngiirea were; F-aitern District, 14i Washington
The game betwotu tho Huguenots of New Ito
ch Hi) aud tho Central Y. M. (J. a. team of Bruoklyn,
wtiit li wsa played In the Town Hall at New Jlotholle
nn Wednetday uignt, waa a pretty contest up to tho
laiddlfl of the aeound half, wbrn ths Centrals en-trit'dapi-oteatof
afoul, which waa allowed. They
agreed to call tbe foul off, but just as play waa re
sumed the bomo team soored a goal, which ths Cen
trals objected to. Tliey threatened to cjuit playing
if it was allowed. The goal waa thrown out- The
h.0f inded lib tbe game a tie at 11 points each. In
IH e minutes of extra play tbs Brookiyultoa scored a
I olnta and won by 18 to 11.
'Iho ihamplnn Twenty-third Street learn and tha
tlrat tnaiu tf tlm bay lUdge A. O. met In the lattr's
, in," South UrooWrn, on Wednesdey night. Tho
ii'ii u nun liy IS to It. Uotb teams prtaeutnl an
all star uiakc-tip, and troiu the time tho ball waa )ut
in iiinth.il until time was tailed at tbe end of tha
fir it h lit tin-re waa no li-t-np In tbe plav. The unti
for t lis half waa 7 to II in favor ot Twentr-thiri!
Mint. ThefcMxmlbalrwaseeu more Uercely cou-li-ttiil.
While llay llldga oicelledluUaiu plaj. ths
Twenty -thlril Btnetineii worked a nuuiueruf irlois
that r. ulttd in scores, rretioua to tbla game tho
llay llldgo A. I'. " Hough Itlaers " drfrated a team
lrum tbu I nlon A. 0. by tbs score of 2o t i.
Oitila mid Knits of Sports.
The Pastime A. C. will bold an amateur tournament
for wruiilur of tna 140-jiouud ilasa iu tbe club
home, Siity-xixlb atroel and Kast ltlvi-r. Tbe pre
ltluUiaibia will tuku place on Pw, 10 and finals on
Dei-. 1 3, 1 be winner will receive .a aold uiedal and
tho tecond man a slrtcr medal. Jiuirance feer.0
cei.ta. Kntrujsulll dose with the (Secretary? J, 0,
, tyncb, at tbe clubhouse on Deo. 7 s
jj-t-riii:.,,ari-a JA-Jvtlf,- r-'i'-'- 'i
HEWS OF THE WHEELMEN.
HMJr vtl.TlHMTlOXfl IX ItECOltDS
mints a imi vast siusoxt
Taylor, the Colored Itlrter, I.cnvra on wlllt
the One-Mlla Ilonors Ilnrry Kikes
Credited with the Standard One-Hour
JInrk-Other Stars TVipe Out Old Figures.
"Major" Taylor, the oolorod professional
whoolrann, has nchtnved tho distinction of re
ducing tho one-mile world's pacod flying start
record to 1 mluuto .31 4-5 seconds. Suoh a per
formance several years ngo was reenrded as
boyond tho limitations of o bicycle rid or, but
Taylor, with his wonderful epocd, aldodbytho
most export pacing teams, has suoceedod In
establishing figures that rldors concodo will
sot bo lowered for some time. Tho outdoor
cycling season wound up in 1807 with Eddlo
IfoDuiTeo of Boston and S. W. 8tocks, an Eng
lish rider, makfng world's record figures for
thomllo In 1 mlnuto .'152-C seconds. Theso
performances wore regarded as woiidortul. but
ambitious riders abroad and lu this country
successfully essayed to roduce theso figures
The season ot 1803 In this country and In
Europe has been marked by now records at all
distances. Tho record performances ot Bitch
men as Ilowo, Wlndlo, Johnson, Slrnborgor.
llllsB. ItcDufToe. Taylor, Linton. riatt-Bcs
Cordang, Chase, Hurot, llcrlo and Shorland all
sink Into Inslgnlllennco when, compared with
Taylor's record. This rider, who isanegro.has,
during his career as u racing man, been forced
to meet and ovorcoino barriers that would
have discouraged tho average racing aspirant.
Iloycottcd by riders on account ot his
color, he has during the past three years
followed tho big moots and, in the taoa
of bitter opposition, earned recognition as a
rider of storllng quality nud Indomitable pluck,
llacing men who aro not over friendly toward
Taylor confess that ho has acquired wonderful
exporlonco la pace following and that he pos
sesses marvellous speed In either short or long
dlstanoe events. Ills recent successful work nt
reoord brooking will In all probability result in
his exclusive devotion to paced racing noxt
Tho two-mile world's "record was held by
Eddie McUufTeo at 3 minutes 27 seconds until
Tom Linton, tbo Welsh middlo-dlntanco rider.
lowered the mark to 3 minutes ai 2-5 soconds.
Linton, who spent tho summer in this country,
holds the record from three up to thirteen
miles. They are as follows:
Three miles, G minutes 3-5 second; 4 miles, 0
minutes 40 3-r seoonda; S miles, 8 minutes 33 4-6
seconds; tl miles, lo minutes a 1-6 sscondsi 7 miles,
11 minutes 48 seconds; 8 miles, 13 minutes 001-5
seoonds; u miles, 16 minutes 14 8-G seconds! 10
miles, IT minutes 1 1-c seconds; 11 miles, lu
minutes 4D 1-5 seconds) 13 miles, 20 minutes 82 1-C
In September last Jimmy Michael placed the
tlilrteon-mlle record to his credit at 22mtnutes
IB soconds. Tho world's records from fourteen
to thirty-four miles woro established by H.D.
Likes, and stand as follows:
Fourteen miles, 24 minutes 4-0 second: IS miles,
26 minutes 83 4-6 seconds: 10 miles, 27 minutes
17 8-6 seconds: 17 miles, 28 minutes r,8 H-S soconds;
18 miles, ao minutes 80 8-6 aaconda; 10 miles, .13
minutes 20 seconds: 20 mUes, 84 minutes 2 secondsi
21 miles, 85 minutes 48 2-6 seconds; 22 niUes, 37
minute 43 2-6 seconds; 23 miles, 8a minutes 14 0-6
seconds; 24 miles, 40 minutes 08 4 6 sscondsi 26
miles, 42 minutes 42 seconds; 28 miles, 44 minutes
8t second: 27 miles. 40 minutes 21 8-6 seconds; 2H
juUss, 48 minutes w 4-6 seconds; 21) miles, 4a min
utes ba l-a seconds: so miles, Rl minutes 41 3-5
seconds; 31 miles, 63 minutes 26 4-5 seconds; 82
lulles, 66 minutes 13 2-0 seconds: 83 miles, 6U mln
'Utes 68 8-6 seconds; 84 milts, 68 minutes 4U l-s
Tho English nnd rronch riders go in exten
slvoly for long-dlstanco records, and as a re
sult tho best dlstanco records are annually
credited to tlio riders of these countries. It.
Palmer, tho English rider, was one of the most
successful record men lu Croat Britain this
year. Ho earned new records from thlrty-flvo
to forty-five miles, and also ths .fltty-flve and
tixty-mlle track records. They stand to his
orodit as follows:
Thirty-five miles. 1 hour 5 minutes 13 seconds:
forty miles, 1 hour 14mlnuUsE2 8-r. i.ecouds; forty
five miles, 1 hour 24 minutes 28 seconds; firry-rive
miles, l hour 46 mlnutis 10 2-6 st.uud; sixty
miles, 1 hour 66 minutes SOsecouda.
Constant Hurot. tho French crack, made nv
figures for ths lltty-niiln record In Paris ou
Oot. U. when he succeeded in cuviinng tbo dis
'tances In 1 hour 32 minutes 13 4-5 seconds.
This riderslso holds tho lUO-mile record at 3
hours 11 minutes 1 4-5 seconds, accomplished
in Paris. Hurot also holds tho two-hour roo
ordntuo miles 185 yards, and tliu tlireo-hour
world's record at IU mile 880 yards, all at
tained in trials at Purls during October.
The work of the amateur riders in this coun
try and abroad during the. past seuson has
shown wonderful improvement oer that ot
previous years and ranks close to the poiform
ances of tho professionals. Theamatour riders
who have- been successful In record uttejuDts
this year have acquired coiiHldorublo proml-
ficnco duo to the good times they havocstali
Ished. When It Is taken iuto consideration
that the amateur class is not entitled to the
same advantages of training uud pacing as tbo
professionals tho vnluo of the records of this
class is decidedly praiseworthy. It Is a matter
ot record this year that while the Amorican pro
fessionals havo showu marked superiority over
the foreigners, the English amateur class
takes precedence over the Amerlcun amateurs.
Tbe quartor and one-third milo world's records
aro oredited to E. A. Moross of Detroit at 24.
and 31 1-5 seconds, respectively, while II. W.
Payne, tho English amateur who has figured as
the crack record man in his class this year,
Eissssses tho lialf-milorecordat 4ti 3-5 seconds,
arry Bidwell, the Cincinnati rider, has man
aged to hold thetwo-thlrds-of-a-mlle record In
the time of 1 minute U 3-0 seconds. Tho throo-
auarters-of-a-mile record nnd tho one-mile
gures are credited to 1'ay no of England at
1 minute 15 seconds nnd 1 minute 30 2-5
seconds. From two to twelve miles tho amateur
records nro bold by Americans. IX L. Wilson of
Washington has been successful in holding tho
two-uiilo record at 3 minutes 42 2-0 seconds.
John Nolson. the Chicago amateur, has been
able to tHtablfsh records from three to eleven
mile und truni seventeen to twonty-nlne miles
Threo miles, C minutes 44 4-6 seconds; four miles,
7 minute :1s 3-ft seeonds; fUe miles, tl xnluutca
no 1-r, seconds: six miles, 11 minutes ,10 seconds:
seven mllei. in minutes Ji seconds; eight miles, 16
luluutfHL'l linaei-ouds; ulno miles, 17 inluutes 16
wronds; ten miles. 111 minute 13 2-6 seconds;
elenn miloa. 22 minutes tisesoudatsovanteen miles,
34 minutes sti Hrrouds; eighteen miles, lm minutes
81 seconds; nineteen miles, 38 minutes S3 seconds;
twenty miles. 4U minutes 82 seconds: twenty-one
mile, 42 minutes 35 seconds: twenty-two miles, 44
minutes 41) seconds; twi-ntr-tbre miles, 48 minutes
43 seconds; twent) -four miles, 48 minutes 44 sec
onds; twenty-five miles, 60 minutes 46 secondsi
twenty-six miles, 62 minutes 61 seconds; twenty
seTen mllei. 64 mlnutos 67 seconds; twenty-eight
miles, cu .minutes 5U seconds; 2u miles, 6U minutes
1 2-6 seconds.
Tho amateur records from twelve to sixteen
miles atuuiudltad to Percy Marsdon, tho Eng
lish rider, ns follows:
Tnelvn mllei. 24 minutes 1 1 4-6 seconds; thirteen
miles, 211 minutes 14 16 seconds; fouiteau miles,
2H mluuUs 2u 4-6 seconds: fifteen miles, 30 minutes
24 4-6 biLonds; sixteen miles, 32 minutes 28 1-n
Another English amateur. F. D, Frost, suc
ceeded in placing tlio truck records from thirty
to ninety mllon nt llguros that havo withstood
repeated attempts uticdiictlon. ills records uie:
Thirty miles. 1 hour 1 uiiuuta 67 4-5 stoonda: 36
miles, 1 Juiiir 12 minutes 26 8-r. seconds; 40 miles,
1 hour 23 minutes li 3-6 seconds; 45 niilea, 1 hour
83 minutes UUaeiouds; 60 miles, lliour 14 minutes
21 4-6 seconds; 66 miles, 1 hour 66 minutes in seo
onds; UU miles. 2 hours 0 mlnutis 111 eorouds; (13
miles, 3 hours 17 minutes so 2-6 seconds: 70 miles.
2 hours 2S minutes 4S 4-6 seoonda; 76 mliee.2 hours
10 minutes 34 1-6 seconds, HO miles, 2 hours 62
minutes 2(1 2-6 seconds; 86 mllen. u hours 4 minutes
86 8-6 seconds; vo miles, 8 hours HI minutes 24 1-6
The amateur hour record goos to a South
African rider thin year. J. Itoso of Johannes
burg lias covered 2 miles 1.373 ynrds In the
timo, llguros which have withstood ropontod
trials by American and English rldors. Frost,
the English umatour, holds both tho two and
threo hour records. Frost's record for tho two
hours is 57 nillofl 375 yards, and for throo
hours, Kl miles 240 yards, both credltablo per
formances. A comparison of the one-mile world's records
from lMIKJuptodato. with tho names of the
record holders, is shown by the following table :
Ai. s. ltuler. Tear.
2 20 4-6 s It.J.Mecredy 1HU0
2 20 8-S s W. 0. Jones jhuo
2 111 s P. J. Osmond irnlt
2 16 s W, W.WInile IHUl
3 14 s O.T. Taylor... lmia
2 11 s George P, Taylor ..i ihu2
3 08 4-3 f A. A. Zimmerman ,,,, ihuj
3 us 1-6 f ... Ueorgol'. Taylor 1BU3
2 0U4-6.f AA. Zimmerman ihiiu
2ua4-6a ,11. 0. Tyler ,., ihli2
2 04B-rr J.B. Johnson isus
1 6H4-6 r j.a. Jobusm mil j
2 0311-6 f W. W. toludle ihhu
2 06 8-6 a W, W. Wlndlo mua
3 01 4-6 t A. A. Zimmerman ihim
16Hl-6f .. .. W.W. Wllldle 1803
1 6H4-6 f W.W. Windl , 1KH3
1 66 8-6 f ..!. H. Johnson ,...1MU,
ir,Bl-tif,. . J. K. Johnson ihim
161 r .. M. 1', Dlrnbergcr ihu
1614-5 1 .. J. 1. bliss IHUl
1 63 4-6 f . it. I). 'lller. 1HM4
1 67 8-6 a .... U.U. Tyler 1HU4
1623-61 J. 1'. Ullrs 18U4
lM)ll-6f.... J.H. JolintOll 1M1I4
i6i r uttuyugiir ,....,...iuu4
1483-Sr Jl.O.Tjller imii
1 47 8-6 t J. H. Johnson ItilU
1 46 f M.F. Diruberger..,,, ihiis
1 44 1-6 f . . J.b.JoUIlkOU .' , IS KB
1 42 2-6 f . A, Hardlner , 18U5
1 40 2-6 f . ,. P.J. llurlo 1HU6
13.llbt.. (. W. W. Hamilton , jauu
lo81-6t J K. A. Mi lumen ,18U7
1411 s J. l'latt-lletts , isa7
1 ,lw2-.1f . .. J. W. Hloci.1, Ia7
18.12-&r i:. A. MoDufire 18U7
1U6 f.... J. I'laii-llctta ikiih
I 023-6 r Kdtt Taylor. mua
1 838-6 f , MaiorTajlor lHWS
183 f..,, .MaiorTuylor, .,,., man
X 81 4-8 f, Major Taylor..,.., J8U8
' Note f., flying atari; ., standing itart: r., paced
by luanlns bora,
Changes on the Harbor Hill Course J?tob
peots for 1'lny To-Jlorrow.
Malcolm Qraham, Jr., said yostcrday that
snow would npt delay the work on the new
caddio houso and workshon tor tho Harbor
Hill doll Club. It will be built Into tho stopeot
tho hill near tho new first tec, nnd whllo within
threo minutes of tho clubhouse will be almost
hfddon by the rlso of tho hill from the veranda.
The latter is now being inclosed with glass, the
materials and cost being ths gift otProsIdent
Eobbe. Until spring temporary grcons will be
used, and tlio third nnd fourth holes will not
bo played on at all. .Meanwhllo contracts have
been let for extensivo changos and Improve
ments on the links. The third and fourth
holes and greens havo been ploughed up
and aro lying undor tho snow. The new
fourth green will be moved to tho right and
made soventy-llve foot square, so that there
will bo no more Interference or crossing. A
now green of tho samo site is also boing laid
out at tho seventeenth holo. Tho two large
trees on the way to tho sixth nolo aro coming
out The f enco poor tho sevonth green is to be
out off diagonally from tho brook to tho lodge,
enlarging nnd virtually romaklng the green.
Contracts aro also out for tbo draining of the
bog, beforo the ninth holo and also for the
small bog near the sixth too. An additional
geld has- been acquired, on whloh the now first
olots to bo made, which will beacleok shot
on a oh cor descent from a toe close to tho club
house.. The third hole will then become tlio
socond, whllo tho Dftcenth and slxtoonth will
bo iolned, making a holo ot a playing dlstanco
of 400 yards. The new courso will no about
4.800 yards long.
Tho Daltuarol Golf Club committee will meet
to-day to decide whethor tho members' cham
pionship will go on to-morrow. Tho greens
are all oleared. but there is considerable snow
In the hollows, and on the fair greens thore aro
both deop drifts and bnro spots. Tho sun and
salt air Is clearing the nnow from off tho Dyker
Meadow links very rapidly, and. as the putting
greens havo been cleaned by workmen, there
is a chanco that the play will be resumed to
morrow for the W. K, Fowler Cup. The Cres
cent A. C. members, who bavoatlltthe Thanks
giving Dayprogrammo to dispose of, will also
play if tho courso is clear.
0 and 0 Under, the playing codo that first
came to us from the ltoyal and Ancient GoLf.
Club ot Bt. Andrew's, Bcotland, and which waa
In forco until modified by tbe U. 8. O, A. in
1807, 11 would havo been justified in his pro
test Under tho presont Judgmont onltulol4,
howovor, li was wrong. A, so long ns he did
not solo his club, did not forfeit tho hole. A
was wrong in asserting that II should havo
spoken beforo ho had played. It had no right
to speak while A was addressing tho ball or
until after tho stroke had been made. But he
was compelled to speak beforo A had essayed
his next play.
Niw OnLKANS, Deo. 1- To-day's feature ol
tho races was tho success of the Dennett
horses. Tho stable sent Forbush, Hetttck and
Laureate- to the post In the first throo races,
and. ridden by Tommy llurus, they wou easily.
In the betting tho winners wero nt odds on,
but nevertheless woro heavily backed. Burns
attempted to make It four wins on Ylrgto
Dixon In the fourth race. Working his way
through the bunch, he assumed command at
tho first quarter, which advantage he main
tained to tho head of tho stretch. Thoro she
dropped back. The finish dwindled to a battle
royal between Locust Blossom and Llttlo Billy,
the former getting the verdict by a nock, Stan
ley West, the deputy sheriff who shot himself
during tho runnfng of tha fifth raeo yesterday,
will recover. The bullet paasod through tbo
upper lobe of the left lung aud found exit lu
tho back. To-day's summaries:
First Race One mile Forbusb, UU (Burns) 7 to 10,
won; Dr. Bhetipard, 108 fcangef), stcond; Patroon,
KB (Ilolden), third. Time. 1:50. V,
Second Raco Five furlongs Hsttick, 1011 (Burns),
2 to 6, won: 81r Blaze, 108 (Walker), aeoond; Cbarlo,
bli (Lines), third. Time, 1:07!4.
Third Itaco Helling-; one mile and a alxteenth
iAureate, 103 (Bums), even, won; Leo Lake, 103
(Frost), second; Oeorg Lee, Ud (Ilolden), third.
Fourth Itace Selllne; six furlonirs Locust Blos
som. U5 (Killer), 0 tol. won: Little Hilly, U7 (Linos),
second; Delrlde.lOJ (Mason), thirl. Tims, 131M.
Fifth Ilaco tielllng; ono mile aud a alxteenth
Musladtno. 101 (Linea). 3 to 1. won; Oxnanl. 101
(Mason), second; Waterman, 107 (Valentine), third.
Suit Against Col. Jack Cblnn.
Leiinotok, Boo. 1. An attachment suit was
Hied in the Fayette County Court this after
noon against Col. Jaok Cblnn to satisfy a judg
ment against him for $4,250 given In favor of
Bettle L. Crawford in 1804. In her petition
she says the Sheriff reported he could Hod no
property belonging to Chinn, and the judgment
was never satisfied, llorcnn Cblnn, KltChlun.
W. T. Woodard. Elliott Bbanklln. Sydney Pagot.
E. M. Norwood, F. D. Knight, Bichardsou Gib
son. W. F. Dlol-orson and W. H. Forsytho nro
made parties to the suit. Theobject of tho plain
tiff is to get tho money she Is suing for out of
the proceeds of the sale of tho Leonntus Stud
thoroughbreds, sold at Woodard i Shanklln's
salo. Sydney Paget and others named wero
purchasers at tbo sale.
Eugene Leigh, the well-known trainer aud
ex-breoder of thoroughbreds, has purchased
of the Breeders' Protective Association tho
nlnoty-slx hoad of brood marcs bought nt the
sales here during the past two weeks. Many
of them aro dams ot good racehorsos. and havo
sold In the sale ring here only a few years ago
for thousands. They are by such great sires
ns Longfellow, Hindoo, Hlmyar, Rayon d'Or.
Kautnka, Bramble. Fonso. Spendthrift and
Imp. ltosslngton. Tho majority of tliem are
with foal to the most promlnont sires In Ken
tucky. They will bo shipped, according to tho
terms of the agreement to the National Stock
Yards at East Bt. Louis and sold on Monday to
tho highest bidder without reserve. Thoy
range lu age from 3 to 12 years, and wore sold
here on account of tho overproduction of thor- -oughbreds
In this vlolnlty.
j:ml of the Garden llorse Sale.
The eight days' horse sale n Madison Square
Garden ended yesterday, with a lower class of
offerings and lower prices than on nny of the
preceding days. Something like 700 horses
wero disposed of at the salo. Tho best prices
of the closing day wero:
Nonpareil, b. c, 18fi, by Stambonl Tabbio
Wilkes, by Our Wilkes; B. Hplts & Co.,
Bermuda Girl. 2:21M. b. in.. 1892. liv Ber
muda (lirl Annie McEee, by Hod Wilkes;
Harry Fanchcr, New York 260
Piano, b. f.. 18U4, by Btelnwsy Hay, by An
teo; J. II. Uagirin, Now York 820
Cella F., gr. in.. IHUl, In- Don Carlos, dam by
Ilarkley'a Chief ; M. McDonald, New York.,, 220
Bed Queen, ch. in., by Alcander, dam by Ilola
bird's Ethan Allen: Jacob Worth, Brooklyn.. 260
Barlna, blk. f.. J8W4, by King Nutwood Bar
eiita. by Birathuiore; A. T. Brown, Port Jer
Lllla. li. in., 181)1, by Jerome Eddr Olive
Watiou, bv Rochester; William J. Upland,
Weal Chester 810
My Lad f.b.m., 18(12, by Bllkwuod. dam by
fllllr Norfolk: J. II. 1'lacler, New York 260
BalT Master. 2:31M. br. m.. 18U8, by Quarter
masterSally Graham, 2(2UW. by Nutwood:
B. H. Demareat, New York 278
French Maid. b. f lH(i4,lby Valdemeer Lady
Lewis, by Flaco; William Powell, New York. 800
Silver Itlng. 3:14M, b. m 181)2, by Hih or Bow
Maud Singleton, by Blnglston; Jacob
Worth, Brooklyn , 1,800
810,000 for rilatus.
Louisville, Deo. 1. rilatus, one of the great
trottlngperformersot tlio year, lias been pur
chased by a Louisville syndicate from J, N,
McClellan ot Dos Moines for $10,000. The
horse will bo kopt n Louisville all winter, and
will be hnndlod noxt season by 0.0. Van Motor.
Pllatushas n record of 2:00k. He Is by On
ward, dam Phyllis, by Egbert Hiatus Is a
dnrk-chestnutHUilllon. Ho was foaled In 1802.
and was bred by tho late Col. 11. P. Pepper of
1 rank fort, Ky. In his two-year-old form he
wnst-old to Mr. McClellan, who has success
fully handled him ovor since.
The billiard tournament at tho Crescent A, 0.
ot Brooklyn was continued last night Dr. H.
T, Jennings and Frank A. Gardiner wero tho
contestants. Gardlnor played In the poorest
form he has yet shown In tho tourney. His
highest run was 1H. In the thirty-third inning,
and hlsavorago was only 2 311-40 for forty-nluo
Dr, Jennings played evonly and led from tho
start. His hlahest run was 40, In tlm seven
toenlli Imilng, nnd his average 0. The final
seoro was; Ur.,Jonnlngs, 250; Frank A. Gar-
PoKKfiiburg beat Mini again last night In the
anialuur bulk-line inntch at Daly's Academy,
mid won tho match by a wide margin. Tha
score for tlio Inst night's nlay was 300 to 20.1 In
finor ol tho Lloilorkranr oxnort. anil
both plueri exceeded any ot the pre
vious iiM'ragoH of the match. Poggen
burg ran out Ills 300 points in the twenty
third Inning, with an iier.iuuof 13 1-23. whllo
Mlal Hindu Hln-23. l'ocgeiibnrg s heat runs
woro 71, 01 and 40. whllo Mini seorod 3d. 33
and 32 lu his best innings, Tliolluul seoro ot tlio
match was 1,200 to HOO In favor of lYiggenhnrg.
Tlio wlunor'aijiaudnveragu wus K.K2. nnd his
best run 71. Mini madn a grand average of 0.70,
and his best Inning netted 30,
William ltsrrls, Butterworth waa head coach ln
W. H. O'd. Fire to 8, tbo University of Pennsyl
vania being favorite.
Adelpht, Gothnm find Monarch Teams Draw
n Stnnll Crowd.
Ths smallest crowd ofthe season witnessed the
American National tournament games at the Her
man! Assembly Dooms alleys last night, tho Mon
arcba winning twice, and tbs Chatham taking the
nratgaras. The (const
Adelpht flarnor, 147: Williams, 181: Knits, J4H;
Farrlnitton, 133: Rothmann, 1UU. Total, 7f3.
ttotham nelles. 17W Bachmann, iho; Rohwacb,
IBS; Lehmann, 166; Bchhchte, 181). Total. 888.
Adelphl-Oaynnr, 148; Williams, 322: Kruea, 1841
Farrlnntoti, laO: Rothmann, 171. Total, Bill.
Monarch Rrontnga, lull Kelly. 186; Uadleu, 198
Walters, 104; Haass, 181, Total, 884.
Gotham IleUes, 1881 Bachmann, 174; Bchwaoh,
180: Lehmann, 148; Schllohte. 16A. Total, 800.
Monarch Kromlnira, 2001 Sally, 16(1; Caditu,
182; Walters. 170; Maass, 107. Total, 881.
Tha Woodlands won two games in ths United
Bowling Clubs Downtown Section 2 series at tbe
Arcade alleys laat nlgbt Tbs scores;
. Norddenteeher WIehmann, 168; Kvsrs, 172; Wll
kens, 120 Buns, IDHt , 184. Total. 781.
Woodland-B. Bfeheroann, 1711 lloU. 181; O.
Rlehemann, 166: Dersch, 121 Relchort, 212. Total,
Pioneer BUrk. 100: Wetzel, 100; Trott, 141; Erlet,
144: Stephen, las. ToUl, 88B.
Woodland B. Blahemann, 161; Uotx, 183; O. Rlehe
mann, 1U0; Dersch, 147; Relchert, 188, Total. 781).
In the. third game ot Wednesday night's series In
the Dnlted Bowling Olubs Downtown Section 1 tour
nament at tbs Arcade alleys, Charley Btarr scored
210, giving to the latter player an average of 226 for
tbo two games. Tho acoresi
Golden Rod DormaRon, lflSt Bchlaefer, 182; Eck
stein, 170) Eck, 187; Btarr, 210. Total. 8H2.
Corinthian Vufler. 160: Rein, 110 T. Walter, 188;
Warner. 181; B. Walter, 170. Total, 782.
th Home team scored more than 700 points In
ths Sir Iniuranos Leegus tournament at Raid's
alleys laat night, tbs first time this season. The re
Union rancher!, IIP- VTinkham, 107; Layman,
1171 Gary, I4lj Uelna, 147, Total, 071.
Liverpool and London and Globe Gardner, 146
Bantley, 112; Constant. 1231 Smith, 120; Waller,
124. Total, 020.
Liverpool and London and Globs Gardner, 110;
Bentley, 176; Constant, 141; Smith, 162; Waliar,
107. Total, 005.
Home Cotter, lot; Wagner, 117; De Itossot, 148;
Ludlum, lev; Corell, 181. Total, 061.
rjnioa Fanchert, 120; Wlckham. 101; Layman,
101: Oarr. 181; llelns, 12P. Total, 6U1,
Home Da ltosset, 162; Wagner, 10U; Cotter, 140;
Ludlum, 187; Corell, 128. Total, 718.
The Cannon bowlers were swamped In uptown
section 1 of ths United Bowling Clubs" tournament
at Thum & Kahlsdorfa alleys last nbtht, losing two
games, each by over 200 plus. Tbo scores:
Cannon H. Klurapp, 110: E. Klumpp. IBS; Mc
Kay, 147: Blessing, 180; Brodbock, 146. Total, 700,
Lotus W. Gerdes, 1BU: Heath. 210; Rebm, 164;
V. Gardes, 167; Boemermsnn, 108. Total, U16.
Cannon If. Klnmpp, 121; E. Klumpp. 127; Mc
Kay, 174; Blessing, 183; Brodbock, 174. Total. 729.
Bpertau Thum, luu; Coultn. lui: Howell, 16v;
Ualer,2U3; Bcbllllng, 180. Total, 032.
third am r
Lctns W. Gerdes. 184; Heath, 180; Rehm. 148;
r. Uerdea, 182; Boemcrmann, 203. Total. SS7.
Spartan Thum, 100; Couloni 187: Howell, 188;
Wafer, 167! Bobllllng, 1U0. Total U16.
Tho Chemical National Bank representatives were
the winners lu ono of tliu Bank Clerks League games
at Beld's alleys laat night. Ths scores:
J. P. Morgan & Co. Anderson. 184: McMoran. 1 33;
Telfair. 168; Whitlock, 148: Hopper, nil. Total, 744.
Chemical National Nbltohead. 170; Uoyt. 1(10;
Miller, 140; Bmltb, 183; Barnes, 181. Total. 80O.
J. P. Morgan & Co. Anderson. 136; MoMahon, 182;
Telfair, llu: WhIUock. 108; Hopper. 168. Total, 741).
Corn Exchange GerdtSj 131: Buckley. 137: Nel
son, 107; Mitchell, 126; Ilaynca, 160. Total, 650.
Chemical National Whitehead, 146: Uoyt, 186;
Miller, 14u; Uuiltb, 108; Barnes. 138. Total, 734.
Corn Exchange Gerdte, Hilt; Buckley, 17U:Nelson,
181); Mitchell, 171; Uaynes, 121. Total, 77u.
At the Rosevillo A. A. allcya on Wednesday nleht
the following scores were relied iu the Buburban
Athletio Bowling League series:
Rose-tills A. A. Babcock. 176; Hetcham. 177; Hay,
14U Waters, 146; Van Ness, 214, Total. 8SO.
Newark A. ). Osborne, 131; Dana, 141; Morrison.
127; Northrup,-l4f; Pointer, 161. Total, eau.
RoserillaA. A. Babcock. 187: Ketcham, 186: Hay,
207; Waters, 16U: Van Ncs. 103. Total, yi2.
Ncrwsrk A- C Osborne, 186; Dana, 18H; Morrison.
163; Nortbrup, 176; Poluler, 142. Total, 774.
RoseTlllo A. A. Babcock, IHO; Eelcham.182; Hay,
171; Waters, 185: Van Ness. 180. Total, uin.
Newark A. O. Oiborm-. 123; Dana. 12:1; Morrison,
102; Nortbrup, 186; Pointer, 141). Total, 687.
Tbe scores In the l'aterson tournament on Wednes
day night follow:
Albion B. O. Tarlor. 148: Duroure. 178; Bbaw.
148; Packer, 312:CUncen, 211. Total. 807.
l'.ntre Noua B. (i Oueeuey, 173; Lyncb, 184;
Woods, 147; Dennis McCarthy, 108; Bropby, 163.
Albion B. C Taj lor. 183: Duroure, 243; Bbaw.
171; Packer, 164; Cllngen. 108. Total, "47.
Eutre Nous D. C Oueeuey, 200; Lyneb, 109;'
Woods, 146; Dennis McCarthy, 102; Brooby. 201).
Albion B.C. Taylor, 200; Duroure, 100; Bbaw,
148: Packer, 1711; Cllniren, 14s. Total, 830,
Ends Nous 11. C Queeney, 107: Lynch. 198
Woods. 138; Dennis McCarthy, 180; Bropby, 168.
It was nip and tuck between tho Spalding Union 1
and Holy Cross Wheelmen players lu tbe third Arch
diocesan Union Leaguo tournament irame at tbo
Village Club alleys on Tuesday night. Tbe scores of
the night were:
Spalding Union 1 Carey. 108; r. Powers, 180;
Davis. 188; J. Powers, 201: Dovlln.lio. Tots), still.
St. Asnes Union Schliukert, 127: Duffy 1C2;
Coyle, 110; Mahoney, 128; rceley, 126, Total, 847.
Bt. Agnes Union Behllnkcrt, 163: Duffy, 160;
Coyle, hi;; Mahoncy,163: l'eeley, 148. Total. 783.
Holy Cross Wheelmen booth, IHO; King, 1(10: Os
borne, 168; Doran, 160; Calvin. 171. Total, 838.
Spalding Union 1 Carey, 100; P, Powers, 1S8;
Davis, 183; J. Powers, lull; Schemer, 164. Total.
Holy Cross Wheelmen Booth, 170; King. 146;
Hennesay, 144; Doran, 101; Galvln, 162. Total, 803.
In tho Btaten Island Amateur Bowling League
gamea rolled ou Wednesday night the Amerloana
captured two games. The SLores; ,
Columbia Allen, 13.1; D. Cortelyou, 142; Kindt,
1211; Black, ir.r,; H. Cortelyou, mi. ToUl.720.
C'aatleton Nlffenecker, 14H; Kauffman. 100; Bain,
147; Lo e,170; Blasser, 147. Total, 717,
American Anselm, ldl; 0. Boebe, 167: Bpruck,
171; Jackeon. IHO; J. Boebe, 160. Total, 8 IK.
Caatleton Nlflenecker, 142; KauDman, 102; Bain,
113; Loe, 123; Blaster, 1B2. Total, 002.
American Anselm, 178; C. Boebe, 110; Bpruck.
14H; Jackaon. 14tl; J. Boebe. 121. Total, 703.
Columbia Allen. 160i D. Cartel) on. 118; Kindt.
124; black, 134; B. Cortelyou, 100, Total, 676.
The Hudson County Cyclers of Union Hill aud tha
Caatle Point Uyclsrs of Uobokcn met In two or tbe
opening games In the Associated Cycllnir Clubs of
New Jersey Bowling Loague laat night at Wehncke's
alleys. The scores weie; "
North Hudson County Cyclers Buttenbaum, 144;
Plokard. 1071 Martina, 1U7; Kern, 163; Ohanaud,
168. Total. 720.
Castle Point Cyclers Knnoken, 170; Duncan, 18U;
Buck, 149; ruesssl, 182; Killer, 232. Total, 870.
North nudaon County Cyclers Buttenbaum, 1B.1;
F. Ott, 127; Martin, 174; Kern, 100; Chanaud, 185.
Castle Point Cyclers Kunckcn, 224; Duncan, 178;
Buck, 164; fuessel, 144; Jveller, 172. Total, 8K3,
Two more games In the Aaaoclated Cycling Olubs
of the Now Jersey Bowling League were rolled last
nlsbt at Oroth's alleys, Union Hill, Letwcou tho
teams of the Uatuilton and Clio Wheelmen. T he
Hamilton Wheelmen-Fuller. 174; Klahre, 1R4:
Ludlow, 168; Venlno. 161; Clark, 144. Total. 760.
Clio Wheelmen Dicksun, 1M7: lluchteuklrk. 167;
Heiig, 161; Frantz, 131; Chesterfield, luu. Total,
Hamilton Wheelmen Fuller, IftS; Klahre, 188;
Ludlow. 183: Venlno, 14H; Clara, 160. Total, 786.
Clio wheelmen Dickson, 1761 Ilncbtenklrk. 166;
Uerlg,107;l'ranU. 16U;Ubinterlleld,181. Total, 887.
Tbe New York A. C playera rolled their opening
Atbletla League tames at Montclalr last night and
were beaten In all exiept (ho last contest. Tbe
Montclalr Club Thomson, 177; Lockwood, 120:
Berrien, 138: Harrison, UIH; Van Vlerk, 166. Total,
.Sew York A. 0 -Carter, 141; Powell. 187; Leglen,
174; Wiliunitli, 1461 Toiiesaiut, 116. Total, 714,
Montclalr Club Tbniiisoii, 1HU; 1irLwood, MR;
Berriin, luo.lllarriiuii, 107, Van Vlerk, 163. Tulal,
New York A. 0. Carter, 182; Powell. 167; Legteu.
110; Wllmartb, 212; Tousasint, 120, Total, 744.
1 li inn uAiir.,
Uentclair Club Thomson, 131; Lockwood, 126;
Bcrrieu, 137; Harrison, l.TJ; Van Vlcck, 166, Total,
, New York A. O.-Carter. 16: Powell, 117: Leeien,
lea; Wllmartb, 140; Touisilnt, 166, Total, 748. '
Laat nUtht's Yorkvlllo League games at ths Tillage
Olub alleys rt suited as followsi
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ZlckTack-Krickbaum, 202 Btelnlgvr, 144; Baalu.
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140i Lbtt, 182; Ueysr. 1(10. Total. 834. i
Commodoro T. llobeckl. 13-t; Hums, 184 DIxoa, OrY,
HOiOcst, 1U3; W.Dobockl, 100. Total, 762. JBJ
Commodora T. Dobcokl, 17S; Bursa, 187 dxotL ' iS
187; Oest, 127; W, Bobtokl. 133. Total, 781. mi
Audubon Taylor, 182; Slarjor. 200: Brand, 181 Mil
UcQulro, 175r Springer, 145. Total, 884. , Sj
Tick Taci Krickhaum. 137i8toIniir, lBSsBaalu
18 6; Lavy.lBl; Meyer. 20'.. TotalS57. 3K
" Audubon Taylor. 18Ui Maher, 127 Brand, lOjl 4B-9
McOuIro, 131; Sprlnuer, 1B3. Total, 718. ' Vt
Tlio Da Lone Council bowlers carrlad off tha M
honors last night In tbo Brooklyn ltoyal Arcanum j
FinaT omr. ) 4s
Bedford Counoll Anderson. 150i Morrli, 147; B. j
Lounsbery, 138; MarkwclL 184; Millar. 187. To- ., aff
tal,73e., - ' m,
llrerooH Council Williams, 185; Waller. llBi m
Itosrnirrave, llu; Anderson, 86; ISimmo, 188. TA M
Ul, UJ.'). W,
sccomd oiio. rH
Bi-eTOort Council Williams, 189; Waliar. Ill; 3js
Iloaencrave, 12U; Anderson, 117; Klinmo, 147. Ti 3fi
tal. t!&2. 3S
lie Lone Council Blake. 1(14; Schumann. 1491. fi
Uerx, 111); Uealy. ICO; llaff, 172. Total, 764. ,'5
IHtBD OAUE. '31
Do Iuii: Council Blake, 209: Schnmann. 181i '!
Urrz. 183; Uealy, 186; Uaff, 202. Total, 841. SSll
Bedford Council Anderson, 168; It. Lounsbery, Sf
luu; Ilarkirell, 171); Watorbury, 160; lliUar, 107. s
ToUl, 822. Jj
Gilbert Oouncil'a quintet rolled Its usual atsady . M
earua In tbe Brooklyn Royal Aroanom aub-toama j ''IS
uient last ulcbt. The scores: ,, ,19
l-iaar oaaix. '
Oilbert Council J. L. Arneberr, 168; Mapas,ie8. Mi
Bishop, 170! A.M. Arnoberic. 170; Smith, IBS, .To- :M
Ul. 814. -ad
l'liilailelphoa Council Lyneh. 148; Brown, ldln ill
Rtouey, 13S; Ustrandcr, 114; Alexander, 184. To- SJil
Ul, Hvi. 10
I srcoKD same. fJ
PlillaJelplioa Council Lynch, 1C8: Brown, 10S "wl
htoncy, 133; Ostrauder, 101; Alexander, 184. ToUl, Mi,
I,i(rcrts Council Smith, 134; Cammorer. 109; il
Aaobenliach, 2UO; Eammerer, 12U; Moffatt, 140. )1
Total, 712. -HSll
thihd oaur. r!j
Leffert.i Council Smith, 163; Cammerer, 104; KI
Asi'liunbai'li, 164; Ksuimenr, 12V; Uoffatt, 148. -ml
Total, 743. .J i
Oilbert Council J. L. Arnebers, 119; Mapes, 17 W
llUhou, 143; A. LI. Arneberic, 164; Hmtth, 171. M
Total, 770. a,
The Taniao.ua Wheelmen made a good start laat '6
nlubt in the oi'onlm; namea of tbe BeoUon B tourna- j&
tueiit of the Louie Island Association of 0. 0. at tasj M
Palace alleys. The scores: ,a
naaT oaux. -Jf
Tamaoiia Wheelmen Hblplry. 172; Dnnham. 1J1 M
Ashmtad, 12V; Jurdan, 162; Van Slclen, 188. ToUl, .
Carroll Tark Mierlinen-I)f. 112: Nash, 3M j
Eaiker, HO; JclUoff, 185; Watjen, 161. ToUl, 660, !&
BECOKU OkMt. ,'S
Tamaqua Wheelmen Bhlpley, 171; Dnnham, li '
Aahintad, 148; Jordan, 160; Van Blclen, 161. ToUl, '
Carroll Park Whrlmen-Be, 168; Naab. 188; J
Kaiser, 120, Eiieluoff, 137; Watjen, 167. ToUl. 704. TO
THIRD osme. n
Tamaqua Wheelmon Shipley, 181; Dunham, )84 3
Aslunead, 1UII; Jordan, 172; Van Slclen, 144. Total, S
Carroll Park Wlieelmen-Bee. 132; Mash, 841 "J;
Kaiser, 132; j-irelhotr, 128; Watjen, 60, ToUl, 827 li
ltuwIlutT tiuiura To-Mlitht. '"
American National Tournament-Olendale, atom- M
lniitlile and Arlington, at tbo Oermanla Assembly i
lloouis alleys. ;;
New kiira ltoyal Atvamun I.tasrue Tournamont
Samaritan Council, Uu Vinue Counoll and Amsiicua .:
Council, at tbe 'leuuls Club allera. 'I
I'nltea llowlliit: Clubs Tournament Downtown J
Section 1-Orchaid, rldelia and Untbam, at tha Ar- i
cade allcya. Uplown Hictlon 2 Audubon, nest Ilar 3
lein and iiiulevard, at Thum ai Kabladorfs allays. g
ArllnUm Headpln '1 ournament Bleeoker 1, M
Blcecker 2, Bleccker :i. Itoae Hill 1, Ross Bill , Pio-
lie er 1 , r.oucer 2 aud P.oneer 3, at tbe Now Vora Ar- fl
lluulrll Hall Allna. . .. ',
ArrhJIocfsan lluloii Iaeua Tournament Cat he-
dral Club, Bt, Monica Lyceum 1 and Holy Cross Ly- R
llrfKiklyn noyal Aixauuin Ltairue Tournament--
lAinjl Island Coiiiiill, I'J.t hrw York Counoll and A
rort OreBiinCouin.il. at lralnor'a alleys. m'
Carruthrrs National Tournament Manhattan,
Onrntaiiil Moiurcb, at tho Elephant Club alleya. a
Oieaur New Vork Tournamunt Pin Knluhl, Tra- S
tenut ami Out Vive, at tbo llrwikl) n Palace alleys. S
llrnoklvn National Tonrnainent-Apollo, HUndard
auitUolldere, at Apollo Hail. ....,,, If
hliiiis County Tournament Uomeatead, Adelpui ?
anil lliintinirton, at LeUtar'a alleya. ;
latino Toiiriiainiiit -Astoria 1, Itlverdalo and Or- j,'
Athletio League Columbia Club is. Jersey City ii
Club, at OolumbU Club alleje. ,,.. fl
Morris and Essex Leaaua Union Olub ts. Bass Ttlla A
A. A", as Union aub alley. A J
BUun Island Amateur JLeaa-naTournament-Teer. r
lew. TompklnaTllle and SUtsa Ulaad, at W-fl.
Urjrhtou. T ' 1