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f UMISir STILL IN EARNEST.
I BATS THE t.KAdVn MV.1T ATOP
- itoirnr HA&RnAhi.
V f Cincinnati Mngnntn Ilolleivr the llnnrd of
t E Discipline rjliniilil Try All Onnilr
i fc, Hnrt I'lewd Oullty of Ilrenklng Ilulr,
I, but l'romlse lo Ho flnoil Herenftrr.
t Jolin T. Ilrunh. l'reBldont of the Cincinnati
', S CHub;Jnm!i A. Hart, Trcslilcntof tlio Chicago
II' Club, and II H. MiickonfUK. rpoolvorof the Ht.
f loulu Cluh, nrrlvmllu town jcntordiiy for tlio
purposo of attending the meeting of tlio N-
F tlonal l-cnguo of l'rofr-silonnl lluftcball Clubi
j to bo held at the l'lHIi Avutiuo Hotel to-
1, morrow, Hrosh and Hart wont to the Waldorf-
t Antorla. while Muckenfuas reideturod at nn-
ether hotel. All of theso men freely ndmlt
( that the moat Important matter to bo con-
'i Idereil by tho Lcnguo Is the rowdy bnll
, problem. As In tho past. Ilrush Is the leader
., In the fight for clean sport, and ho Intends
i to forcn through additional locMntlon. If poe-
, I slblo, with tho Idon of orndlcntlna tho erils
i that have drossed down tlio natlonnl Rama.
I t Many sugccRtlons have been inndo to llniah
f since tho fubsoii closed, somo of them ex
ir tremcly indlcnl. nnd he hnH been In something
of Miiuandiiryn to the proper method lo put-
i, !' sue. At present bo fools thnt the only remedy
fli. to be adopted It to uivn additional nowortotlio
Jlonrdot Dlselpllno. but just how much power
' j jf he Is not prepared to any until he has consulted
& with tho other club owners. In answor toques-
' I tions put to tho Cincinnati magnate bra re-
J1 porter of Tub Bun last nlglit, lirush exprcssod
I", the following opinion:
j & "The Losruo has cone too far In Its effort to
' c stop rowdy ball playing to turn baolc now.
I , Something must bo done to restore thoconfl-
S denoeofthe public, and I believe the I.encuo
, should take action without reserve. Lost
j j March weadoptodu resolution to L.I1I obiconlty
! , on the ball field. Tho measure was Intended
j , '- to protect spectators, who had been In tho
I ' - habit of henrlng filthy language ucil by play-
I ers In uniform. Ho fnr as that point Is con-
earned, tho resolution was a success, because I
f, htive not learned of a single incident whera
I L' spectators lionrd tho rule openly violated. Ho
j K farns thuusoof vllo languago among somo of
I tho playors nililrusscil to ono nnother nnd
to tlio umplios. tho resolution did not
I 4, work well because It was Imposslblo
j B, tocQmpelolthrr nlnvors or umpires to mnko
i , L charges. Tho nnti-obsconlty rule provented
j I1 spectatois from leaving tho grounds beenuse
if of'langungu unlit for publication used In tliolr
J ?i hearing. Tho moro exlatenco of the Hoard of
I ; ; Discipline pencil to keep ninny plnjers In
h chuk.evon though tho Loird did not have, n
single cam to try. The l.iws acnlnst crimes
serve to preterit many persons limn doing
winner. 'J nerefore It would bo dhiftrous lo
nbnhsli them ro It Is vvltli tho nntl-nuM unity
'- lulenud tho Ilonnl of DiriClplInc To abolish
tlieHO instriimuntH lor tlio establishment of
o.enn ball would he a great blunder, nnd I
liehexo the majority of Luaguo men agree
' 'i here lias been a general misunderstand-
II Ing during tho past se.mon as to the scope of
ff this ami olinenlty rule, lommonly known as
i the 'lirush rule' I luueseeu countless tnte
a inentslii the neuspnpers tothn elicit that the
H 'lirush rilli.H wen. hroLen ' Yvhnn lilnvnra in.
J duiged ill rowdyism, such ns tlie Jnyti--i)pol;.
ley episode and the Holmes ease. Theso iola-
' i tlonsqf tho rules ngiiiiistdisorderdid not come
nnilor the jurlsdlsillctlon ot the so-enllnil
"Brush rule nt all. bill were governed by tho
nnti-kiiklng nnd good behavior rules that
I? hnvebeen in existence for years, 'tlierovvus
only ono 'Ilnlsh rule.' and that was aimed
' nt nno particular evil the use of lllthv. un
printable Inugiiuge by ball plnvers while on the
Held. 1 he iiiitl-klcMng rules, especially those
Riving authority to the umpires to punish
i players who ciuostloned their dulslnns, vvero
drawn up and improved upon hy the Lcagueim
n body. Tne ngrcement signed b all the club
owners toiompel their iilfiicrs to stopwian
.. gllugvus tit my suggestion, nnd ft seived Its
V purpose. in thut it shoned bejond n iiuestlon
v of doubt just what clubs vvero sincere In theii
ft. cfToris to purify the sport, lint I had verylittle
f todowlththornleslhat saya ball plnjercannot
', kick ngalnst n decision.
. '" Let It bo understood, however, that I am
justasllrm in the belief that kicking must be
; stopped, and that In my endeavor to bring this
R about I have tho Interests of prolesslonal ba-e-
f ball at heart Knowing as I do th.it certain
k club owners broke their slgnod pledges to
i establish clean bnll, thoiich.lt la natural for mo
, to Uel a lack of conlldence in tho futuro
, " ivoinlbes of these men. for that reason I have
h been somewhatat sea ns to the proper method
L ofproecdure. Bofnj as my own ngreeniontto
!L stoi Uitklnc by tlm Cincinnati players iscon-
g cernod. I can say without fear of contradiction
E. that I did nil In m isnver to llveuptomy
L pledge. I lined several or tho pluveis who
S kjek-d and were put out of gomes by theuni-
Si n res. and I ulso wrote to the l'resldtnt of tlio
l 1 ongue Informing him that certain umplics
g wero not enforcing the rules. My players Pro
s' tettid tome lonstantly that thov wire hundl-
f eappod because the were not allowed to kick
v like other tennis. ot thoy could not moko mo
ji ehango the policy I had mopped out 1 am prc-
V pure;l to keep up such methods in tho future.
ft and I believe the League will come tomy wayof
P thinking before long
fe ' 1'iople say the players and umpires nro to
K blame. Very true, but the real culprits nre tho
K elubowners who permit tlu Irmen to Indulge
K In disorder. What Is tlio remedy ? Thntlsthe
K Problem confronting us now. I have listened to
S Btiggestlons that Involve tho lining o sueli
clubovvnerswhom.lv appear to ho irresponsl-
cl ble and think It might work some good, but
tho plan cannot bo put Into offect without somo
It catefill thought, together with tin almost
p unanimous vote of the League. 1 have no
gj fiilth In any proposition for an umpire to
F flno players lor disorderly concfuet. for
the reason it is an, oiien secret that
p certain elubowners have beon In the habit of
L paying tlifilr Players' lines. Ilut in all my do-
f liberations tlio fact predominates Hint some-
5 thing mu-t bedone or the League will bo low -j.
erert greatly In the estimation of tho public.
I ,"" 'be League eonvi nes this week It
1 will bocontrouted with this question: 'Do we
' have unnecessary kiiklng and wrangling, ex
K hlbltlons of illsordor nnd lights with the um-
I plres. or do we not' In view of past Wlsln
jr tlon I can answer that question in tlm nlllima
f', tlie If that is the situation, then the iiuestlon
Is not what we must do In Individual cases.
6 but what wo mu-t do to romovo all
B Boita of evils, thereby muking the game a
K clean, fair snort We havo tried to pliiee tlie
B rBswnslblllty with the umpires, nnd huve
fc' fallcd.althoughvvo havo considered the umpiio
w question In everyway possible. We hnveat
& tnuipted to leave the solution of tho trouble to
K. the club owners themselves, and havo failed
t. njrnln. Ilut ono tiling we did try was
K successful, nnd that was tho passing of
ft tlie nntl-obscenlty ruin nnd the es
l' tabllshment or the Hoard of Discipline.
P Home or ua think that tho Inttur inmu
'i corrected the evil th.it ustd to exist and if
that Is true tlm rnlo was n success Ifltwasa
5 Buccess why wouldn't It work If thisjplnn should
f b(leulrufd upon so that It might coverother
V points besldesob-cenityf It therefore appeals
F to ma that If this course succeeds In one din c
fi. tlon It might suteeed In another. It might tie
S wlso to enlarge the powers of the Board of Uls
i clpline. It thnt should provo sumssful we
f could go further
"A case in iwlnt Is this. If. for instance. It is
unlawful for players to leave their positions In
t the Held to kick ngalnst umpires' rulings, lo.
, Utlons ot this rule could bo seen byclubofll-
s clals and others, who could easily prefer
J ehnrges and havo the offenders tried by tho
hoard. There would bo ilentyof testimony,
'' whereas in tho cuse of the anti-obscenity rule,
,- spectators could offer no evidence, because
i they were unable to bear nny verbal violations,
f When a case of rowdyism, such as kicking
t Bgnlnst diclslons In n chron'o way. assault.
h riot and general dl-ordei, should be brought
J before the lioanl, the latter could receive power
f to liolil a fair trial and then liilllct a pennlt),
IV, while the club owner, or employer of the play-
en nocused. would lie entirely out of It. the
I man who was pcnnlUed being the only suffer-
," r. With such power given to the lioard. It is
J, my firm belief that there would he few cases to
I try. Take the two most flagrant cases of
rowdyism during the past season When
Jojce struck IK'ckley In the head with tho ball
there were plenty, of .persons present who
could have brought tho former before the
poard of Discipline for trial, but nobody
hiul any nutiiotlty to do so. because
ol the mm-existence of the rule The lioard
could have tried Joyce and inflicted n penalty,
the President of the New York Club having no
juriMliflion In the matter, except to testily n
Joire's favor If ho chose to do so The Holmes
esse oould nUo have been tried hy the Hoard of
Discipline, and If the player was found gulltv
J as well as the President of the New ork Club
. the board oould have Infllctod penalties Ilut
i the fact that the board could not reach
f these and similar eases brought farcical re
sult. Joyce was not even reprimanded, and
v the decision of tho lioard of Directors In
the Holmes affair made the League the laugh
ing stock of the country. This question of
rowdyism is of v Its. I imtiortauce and it must bo
dealt with regardless of players. captains, man
agersorcluh owners Home outside liody com
isjsed of disinterested mon. such as mnko up
the Hoarder Discipline, must take tho matter
In hand, nnd the League cannot get away from
While Brush was talking Halt listened Tho
latter Is President ol n cluh whose players In
dulged In moro rowdyism during the past sea
son, than any other team, bnrring the Now
orks. Halt was one of tlio original reform
ers and was one of the first to sign tho mag.
nates' agreement In Kt. Ixiuls Shen asked
why he did not live up to Ids pledge Hart was
verr frank in saying:
, I plead guilty, but I want Tije Bun to say
that! have been taught a good lesson. Kicking
by the Chlencos lost games for us and hurt
?ur patronage. There will bono more ot It if
bnve to lino tho playors everyday. Iugree
with Ilrush when he says his antl-obsconitr
resolution wns partially successful. 1 he very
existence of It made the Players hold their
tongues more than ovor before. Ho far as the
antl-klcklnc rules arc concsrnod. however, I'll
admit they rolled because (hoy were not on
forced Before tho senson opened I cau
tioned my players, and told my man
ager that he would havo to fine thorn
Ifthey wcroputoutof the games for disorder.
But right at the beginning of the season some
thing occurred thnt made mo unwillingly break
my pledge. In a gnmoatClilmgo with Lynch as
umpire, Dahlen lilt a hall down tho third base
line It was foul by two feet, but the third
bnsemnn throw It to llrt. 1) ihlen hnd not left
the plate, and when Lynch culled him out, he
said to tho umpire:
" 'Thnt wnsnloull' . , ...
Oct out of tho game nnd off tho gtoundsr
replied Lynch, nnd Dnhlon had to leave. I
could not justly line Dahlen foi tho offence,
but I seemy mlstnkonow".. , ,
" Lynch did exactly right," Interposed Brush,
and sou should havo fined Dahlen. because
over jour signature you ngrecd to uphold
the umpires' rulings whether they were right
or wrong. II nduilro Lynch for trying toonforco
the rules." .
"Another time." continued tho Chicago
President. "Lynch put Pitcher Grllllth out for
simply saying "What was tho matter with that
torn strike 7'ns ho pitched u good hall over tho
Plate. Again 1 folt It would tie unfair to take
Griffith's money But I nm filled with togret
now and want to go on record again I will
positively stop the evil n Chicago next yoar.
"Sio far as u remedy is eoiiLomed. I am In
favor of mottling, except giving too inuoh
power to the lknrd of Discipline. I bolluvo
some plnn should be put into effect whcieby
club owners who fall to enforce the rules must
bo heavily lined, evon ns high as f.),(MH) If
necessary. Iain also an ndvocato of readopt
Ing tho old system of fining the players. I
think nn iimplro should bo empowered to lino
n kicker $10 for the llrst offence, and for n sec
ond outbreak ho should bo able to slap on an
other flno of $10. and also put the plnvor
off the field. If the player does not send
tho amount of both fines to the President
of tho league Insido of live days, his club
should be lined $100 If ho should still bom
arrears at tho end of tendavs, the cluh should
suffor to tho extent of $200, and so on. Hurry
W right once said to mo that It was unnecessary
tolluean Intolllgont player, because ho could
reason with him. but it was absolutely neces
sary to Indict penalties on men vv ho were too
bullhcndcU to listen to common senso. Ho I
I'ollnvo that flues Indicted by tho umpires
should bo rostored.
" I don't agree with your Ideas about lining
plnversntall." said Brush, "becauso tho plu
urs would not have to pay the flnos."
"Woll. that's my opinion," said Hnrt, "and
I'm going to bring it buliiro the meeting. There
should bo something morn tbnn the more ejec
tion of n plnjer(rom thogamo. 1 know for n
fact of one plnvcr who mine to Chicago nnd
had a cib waiting foi him nutsldo the
grounds Ho nsked tho umpire to put him
out of the game, nnd proceeded to kick
like u mule The umpire refused then
to eject him. beenuse ho knew that ho
wanted to get nvviiy Umpires say that they
had u hundred requests from plnvors who
wanted to get out ot the game so thnt they
could tgo somen here elso, to tlm racetrack,
perhaps, or the theatres. hen you get right
down 10 Incts, what Is there in tho rules that
allows a player to kick, except the cliuiso thnt
permits the captain to question an alleged mis
interpretation of the lilies "
"Nothing," said Brush, "absolutely noth
" Thon." retorted Hart, " I'm willing to make
n suggestion that Is more rndlc.il man nnv I
have heard yet. Abolish tho u'atise th it allows
it captain to address an umpire on nny pretext,
nn 1 mnko mi Ironclad rule thnt nobody can
speak to the qmplte on the Meld on nny subject
Involving his "ilccislons Do uway witli lleld
i nptnlnsniid let tho bench managers run tho
teams It tho umpires make nnv questionable
rulings, let the inanngors send protests to the
President ot tho Loacuo for Ids consideration
1 am in favor uf nn; legislation that will stop
the kicking nnd nmlrendy to hear suggestions
As Muckcnfuss has n light on with Von der
Abe as to who has the right to represent Ht.
Louis nt tho meeting, he w is not In n position,
he slid, to talk much He says he was ap
pointed reielver of the Ht Louis Club by an
order of the Couit and thnt Von der Aim Is
noboili. when It comes to running baseball In
that ejty. ( hrls Is expected here to-day with u
now coat of wnr paint. Tho other mngnatcs
nre expected by to-night.
Will John It. Iny Maimer the New Yorku?
A rumor wns in circulation yesterdny that
John B. Day had been nsked by Freodman to
manage tho New Yorks next season. V hethor
Dav will accept or not Is vet to be learned, as
he was out of tho cltyveBterduy.
President Hnrt of Chicago sold last night
that thore was no truth in the story that he has
offered Hecond Baseman Connor and Pitcher
Thornton for Kid Glcnson of the New Yorks
Ho declared that his manager. Burns, would
make any deals that might bo thought necessary.
Little PfortnerlVlns the Pastime A. C. Open
Tlio open cross-country handicap of the Pas
tlmo A. C. was decided yestorday nfternoon
ovor the Morris Heights course A clear sky
and bracing utmosphero contributed to the en
joyment of the runners, who mostly finished
tho six-mllo spin without showing the least
Blgn of exhaustion. Less than ascoroofmen
faced the starter. It was nearly sundown bo
fore the limit man. A." Monteverde. was sent
away. In loss than n milo he wns deprived of
the lead by H. J. ltvan of the Ht. Bartholomew
A. C. who came tumbling down tho hill Into
Jerome nvenuo ten yards In Iront of the rest of
the long-start men.
Close on tlm heels of the limit man ran llttlo
Pfortnerof the Post lino A. C. Ha mado the
difficult descent with tho nimblcness of a goat,
nnd crossed tho avenue in hot pursuit of tlio
leaders. The runners vvero Inst to view for
about ten minutes, but when they lenppeared
Plortnerwas In the lead. Kelly, another "In
dian." then begnn to draw up to Pfortner. but
tripped over n fence and fell headlong on tho
Pnsslng the back or the Jerome Hotel, Pfort
ner had Increased Ids lead to twenty yards,
and going nlong the level country he drew tur
theravvayat even-stride until, when the turn
Tor home wns made, he was 100 jurds lu front
or It. Hallen ol tho Now West Hide A. C. As
they raced down Jeromo avenue tlm superior
Ity of tho West Hide rami on the lint going wns
apparent, but though he spurted grnndly In
the Inst quarter Im could not quito reach tho
Pastime runner, who won by llfteon jnrds. H.
J. Itv tin. vv ho finished fourth, won the prize for
the llrst novleo. U lie men llulslicd In the fol
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Tlie first half of the schedulo In the A. A. U.
billiard tournament for tho clussB champion
ship ended on Haturday, and the players have
been separated Into two divisions hy last
week's games. Miller, Hovner, and Hendrltk
aro now practically out of tho race, and not ono
of thethreo has won a game from any of tho
four leaders. Of tho first division the general
Impression among experts is that Hnilth will
find the pneo too fast for him tills week, and
the struggle will thon narrow down to Taylor,
Htark andl'oggenburg Whllol'oggoiiburghim
lost one game nnd Htark and Taylor huve clean
records, 11 three-handed tfe between these
men may result Htark must play both Ta) lor
and Poggenburg. while Taylor ami Poggenbure
must each meet Mnrk and Hmlth Leaving
Kmlth out as likely to lose to both of tho lead
ers he has not vet played, if Poggenburg bents
Htnrk. as he did only two weeks ngo In the
match at Daly's, all that Is necessnry to com
plete the tie Is for htark to boat Taylor. Tho
schedule for to-day Is Ta) lor against llendrlok
In the nfternoon, and Htark ngalnst Miller in
(leorge Hlosson has made a proposition to
Ives uiidHclmoror. which hethlnkslsthefalrest
way to bring thorn together again Ho wants
to get up 11 throe-eornered balk-lino tourna
ment to bo hold in New York next month, with
each man to piny the others two matches each
ofiioo points Ho also wants to muke the nlTuli
n JJ.iO sweepstakes, with 1111 added purse, win
ner to toko nil, Including the not goto receipts.
Ives thinks tills Is hardly worth while training
for and wnnts n larger stake, although ho may
yet be brought to terms nnd accept tho prop
Incidentally, Ives has offered to play five
nights 'match with Hlosson, conceding to him
Ms) points In it.), and playing 600 to his 400
each night Blosson, how over, has declared
that ho Is not voung enough tostand the strain
of such a match, and that Ives has the advan
tage of many tears In his favor, and kuowsthat
It will not bo ncccpted when he makes the
Latt week wa s (liatrou ena fnr tin New York
llollf r Polo team. Ill iilc loilng the lfd lo the nc
forthe Southern New J ugUml Ltigue to Walllngford.
thrf e of it. erai k plaj em. Hchnflelil Purrell and Tar
rant, are laid up with iulmiea. The mudlng of
t'tr I r,r
WalUngfd 7 2 ,77s Stamford, a 4 ,00
New York. 0 4 .U00;llnilei)(irl.4 .BOO
ROAD HOUSE HUNS AWAY.
Tiro TTO.WJC.V KttrKltEI.r HUttT O.V
All the Flyers Were Culling Dp Shines Tee
terdny nnd Stnny Mlshnpa Iteanlted-J. Vi.
Cornlih Hwerpa the Suredwsjr with New
rnrlle The Itnnd In Cnpltnl Condition.
Bpendwar flyors were In a frisky frame of
mind yesterday, and those hardy spirits of tho
road brigade who donned their furs for a Sun
day spin In tho cutting wind saw all sorts of
mishaps and excitement on their way up to
Hpecdwnyl'ark aud back again, pearly ovary
horse of spirit on tho road kept tossiug Ills
head, champing tho bit and tensing his driver
to let him go, while, some of them cot up and
got without asking permission ot the men who
hold the rains. Soventh avenue, swopt bnro by
the gales of the last fow days, was M hard as a
pnvemont of flint, and the hoof-beats of the
horses rang out llko pistol shots In tho cold
winter air whon tho paco was faster than a jog.
A bay cob, drlv en by two womon ton rubbor
ttted runabout, took fright on thoaVonuo, near
HOdstreot. about ,'l o'cloak, ns a trio of step
pers came clnttorlng up behind him There
wasiifuddcn bolt nnd n feminine scream, and
the animal was off. tearing tip tho road clenr
bovond tho control of hlsdrWflr. Mounted Offl
cor Peter J, Hunt, who happened to be close at
band, put spurs to his horse fts ho taw tlio run
away, but the rnco wis over boforo ho got fair
ly under way. Tho hnrncss horse veered off to
the left, as It to turn the cornor at 143d
street, bumped over tho curbstones and
tho sidewalk and slammed the runabout
into a high board fenoo on tho north Bide of tho
street. Both women Were thrown forward
with terrlflo force, striking on their heads.
They wero Mrs. Wilson and Miss Tnral of 310
West 117th street, near Manhattan avenuo.
B)stnudors who ran to tlie rescue thought for
n moment thnt both women wcro doad. There
wns a gash four Inohps long In the top of Mrs.
Wilson's bend, and her sealskin coat wns cov
ered with blood. Miss Tnral was badly cut nnd
bruised about tho fuco aud head. Theyweio
removed to a Itathouso uenrby to nwnit the
arrival ofan unibulnnce.niidwere taken Interto
the Manhattan Hospital. The horse broke tooso
from the runabout ns It struck the fenco. He
wns stopped, uninjured, near Llghth avenue.
Tho big crowd Hint dotted the river sldownlk
nt Hpeedw ny Park saw something futiiiyln run
aways 11 llttlo Inter in tho afternoon. A young
woman driving a sedatrt-looklng horso to 11
p-irk phaeton and wearing a velvet hat big
enough to obscuro tho proscenium opening ot
nn) tin ot ro In town afforded all tho entertain
ment. Hho wns gofng down the lowor section
i gnlnst tho wind, vv hen her horso caught tho
Hpcedway fever nnd stnrtod to step It off In a
way that Increasod thoatmosphorloprosBuroon
the velvet lint to nn extent wldoli caused alarm
As tho wind forced the wide brim backward,
threatening to loosen tho anchorage, ono gloved
hand wns withdrawn from the reins and the
horso increased his clip, breaking Into a run.
Itwnsvcry soon a question as to which one
the young woman must lot go. tho horse or the
hut. Lvery ono can guess tho result. Tho
horso was an ensyunark for tho mounted hlue
loat, who set sail for him j list ns ho started to
run. and the lookers-on lnug'hed more heartily
than over when they saw thnt all danger of on
accident wns past. Just nt dusk the same
oilleer stopped a big buy horso that had cot
l.ovond the control of the woman who held tho
reins Ho was driven to & surrey and the pas-
mngers wore four women.
The cold weather of tho past wook has
brought out 11 strong point in tho surface soil
of the Speedway. While nil other roads ubout
town aro frozen solid, the sandy loam of the
new driveway remains sort enough on the sur
face to admit ot siieedlng the animals Cold
weather appeared to have no terrors lor clthor
those who drive or the larger number who en
joy tho siiort from the sidewalks, for tho
rondvvns erowded at mld-ntternooii with tlio
usual Hundny throng. With the middle of tho
road unlit tor use on nccountof thesnownnd
ice. close driving nnd narrow escapes wcro tho
order of thodnv on tlie space which remained
available for tho hones. Lvorybody seemod to
bo bent on having n brush, nnd tho fur flew nt a
great rate w lien tho good ones got together
J Cornish, who hns been taking tho dust
of some of his neighbors without murmuring
when Dav Id B . UO'. was not at his best, had
his Inning jesterday with his rond horse New
castle. ':lli, by cornelian. Tho Cleveland
weight-puller seemed to know thut his reputa
tion wnsnt stake. lor he put In his best licks nnd
took tho shino off everything Insight, pacers as
wellastiotters Cornish looked veryonmfort
nbln lahls sealskin coat alter Newcastle had
beaten nil comers without making n break.
After two or three brushes up nnd down
the road. Cornish picked up Trainer Jerome
Mhelploy nnd turned tho reins over to him for
n star performance Whelplev get the horso
going near Hlghbrldgo with his nose pointed
toward home, and the way in which Newcastle
went past them all on the trip down to tho
southern nnproach was a sight to see.
"Cobwebs will have to hump himself If ho
bents that fellow." was the comment of more
than ono horseman who saw the horse with tha
standing martingalo go down the rond.
(leorge A. Coleman, who formerly owned the
crack road horse Kingwood. 'J 17'. wns nut
with the old biy trotter Louis L. now in his
ini-iiiy-iinti. year. nen urst rurneu loose,
the old rollow could speed with the host of
them, and he won a rnttllng brush yesterday
with a black pacer that had been trimming
everything ho met until Colomin enme along.
Two orthreo rounds wero the limit of Louis
it. s lasting powers, however, 1 nd beforo
he left the road half a doyen horses
had taken his measure. Patrick Jerome
(ileason of Long Island City was prom
inent In the speed parade with his old
campaigner and road horso Parnell. 'J:). C.
A. Mlllis was out behind the bay mare Arlenn.
JtlH'i. formerly owned and driven to pole with
(luy. 2-00", by the Into Matthew lllle).
Michael Iteedhad his castlron rond horsuMadi
boii Chief. L':17!4. hooked to anew pneumatic
wagon Charles Welland held tho reins over
the big chestnut pacer Nutvlna. 2:U"j. John
Donnelly drove the jaunty, grny trotter Olcn
mero Boy, 2:14', and hundreds of other fust
ones helped to make the snortllvely until dark
ness sent them scurr) Ing homuw ard.
Everything Itrndy for the Launch of the
Commodore J. Pierpont Morgan's vacht Cor
sair, tho now flagship of tho Now York Yacht
Club, will ho launched this morning at lO'.'IO
o'clock fiom the yards of Marvel A Son In New
burg. Commodore Morgnn nnd his guests will
go to Nowburg this morning 011 a special train.
The contract fnr building the hull and engines
or the now boat wns given to Fletcher A tions
of llnboken. who sublot tho contract for the
steel hull to Mnrvol. The Corsair will bo towed
to Hoboken. where her Intorlor woodwork nnd
machinery will be put In placo. The englnos
nnd boilers are nenrly completed nt the Ho
boken works, nnd It Ih expected that tho yncht
will mnko her trlnl trip curly In April. Hhe is
expected to develop u speed ot more than 20
Jay 8 Joncii and W. J. McOonvllle were th con
tfitante In the opening Etms of the Creacent A. O.'a
pool tournament on Hatunlay night. The conditions
wcro 12.1 poluts up, continuum pool, from eoratou.
MrCoiivllle ran out the rame in the alxteenth frame.
Tin store wan MiConvllle. 125, Jonei, 08.
Itidpli Itoot Boston Via. When pool la placed
unili r 1 hainionrhlp mlra It ta the cuntoni, aa rou ask
teapot n ball lioin the rack ana forfeit when the
cue ball rolla Into ihn pocket and la followed Into the
1101 k-t In an objcit ball fromthe table. Hthe player
has no 1 all In tlm rack, liu forfeit the nrat object ball
he imkrU after the ai ratch.
1'irrriBov, Dec 11. -A 11 tournament for the
Htiite 1 hamnluntlilii w.ll oik.ii to-morrow night In
this illy The entries luilude Mle'iail JJolau of
IlaikrttHlritvn tlio tliBinj Inn: ronnei CharapimMc
Lueu of eark ami Wormidcy of Paler-ton, Othrrs
vnttind aie Irank Ainlrewn of Wellington. Peter
III y, Joe I01M and Ueonio Flyini of Newark. Curies
cilfi.oii "1 rcntoii .Prank Mini and VVlllUiu Wnlte.
Jraey0.ty,uuil William llinta aiidThomaa WUoii
of 1'atriruu The erli'a call for two L-ameteach
evening 12& points up The Brut prtre will he flout
kcoihI, &. third. I.111. aim fourtu, (20
bviniuar, Dpi-. ll.-Tne ool tournament waa not
fliilihed here lart night bo. ailae, It beating Jfoman
by 126 to as De Om is tied with lforgan and Ebi f r
lirt place, each having luat two gamoa. lie Oro
llayeil nronderful imoI and won ou his merit, h bv
defeated Steward by Uft by 1 1.
The Junior teamaof St. Qeorea'e andflloly Crota
churchti mat on luat Friday eyenlmt at Holy Orota
mninailurn After clonely lontented game the
llol) Oroaa boya won by a ai ere of 10 to 11,
The Oriole A. 0. team would like to arruoae gamea
with all unregistered train averaulng Uj to tar.
pounds, scornaof Dr. Harage'a Inatllnm preferred.
Aildna0 C nzluger, manager, Hi Eighth alreat
The Mount Vi mon Illch Hchool team defeated the
Berkeley Hchool team at the latter'a gymnasium on
Huturday morning by the acore of ir to 4. tlfrkeley
wan handicapped by the ahnence of Cant. Turner,
although Jubnsen was a goodaubatituu. '1 lie High
School a goal waa never In danger Xeama detlrinc
to play the High Hchool fly will uliaae address
David Johnstone, mauager, JS Bouth Fifth arenue.
Mouut Veruon. N. 1.
The crack Twenty third atraet team of this citr ad
mlulatered a crushing defeat to the Ore of the West
chiatar Wlnelinen in tho latter'a uimnatilum at
llouut Vernon on Saturday night. The lis al men
Kirs outjilayrd at wry slain. of the gaini.and It
was only the hardest kind of work on their part
and Klet-np in Die fast play that enabhdlho West
rhtsltr players to sinre The Dual tlguies werei
Tmnty third street, 411, Wealclu stf r Wheelmen, 4,
On Raturdaj night Hie Ml New York tram visited
Caiudun, N.J. ami met the local ne in a hotly con.
tested game Die score at the end of the first half
waa in to 4 Infaiorof Camden. During the kecond
lialfiheNdw ork team braced nn, and after aome
arcat psaslni: tied th. acore, making It 10 to 10.
Jow iork then ecered from the Held With two
inliiutes to play the iimplra railed three funis In
rapid succession. Caiudtn won by a score of is
points to 12,
JlItlfiaTOS'lt HTAKES SKXX TSAR.
An Attractive 1.1st of Kventa, Including the
Itnclng promoters on tho Metropolitan Cir
cuit aro taking tlmo by tho forelock in n gratl
tying way, nnd, so fnr as tho prominent Long
Island (racks are concerned, the plan of enm
Mlgn for noxt season Is definitely mapped out,
Tho Conoy Island Jockey Club's prospootui
was Issued a week ago, tho Brooklyn Jookey
Club's specialties wero announced In Tnc Bun
yesterday, nnd tlio Brighton Bench manage
ment Is now In tho field with a tempting array
ot stakes. Nominations for all nro duo during
the first week of the now year, and tho Indica
tions are thnt the response of horsemen will
be on an unusually liberal scale.
It was thought that tho Jockey Club might
have legislated on some matters of Importance
to tho Bport last week, but the meeting was
postponed. T. M. Croft, who suoctfods tho late
Charlos Victor BasBasBeoretarrot tho Brighton
Beach llaclng Association, announces the fol
lowing stakes for the season of 1889. to close
on Tuesday. Jan. y:
The Tlrst Attempt Stakes, of 30 each, $10 forfeit,
with tl.oou added! penalties and allowances; five
Tho Undergraduate Slakes, of S30 oacb. $10 forfeit,
with $1 001 ndduli penaltka and allowances; nvo
anil one half furlougs.
The Winged toot Handicap, of 80 each, or only
$101tdeilamitoutbr2I'. M on tho day before tho
day appointed for the race, with 1,000 added!
weights to be published on tho aeoond day before
the race! fire ftirlonge.
The 1 Hectrlo Handicap, for Slllea. of $30 each, or
only $10 if declared out by 3 P, Jf. on the day be
fore the day appointed for the race, with $1,000
addedi welghta to bt published on the second day
before tha race: sit fnrlonira.
. The Distaff Stakes, for Allien, of $80 each. $10 for
feit, with $1,000 added; penalties and allowances;
five and one half furlongs.
The Spinster Stakes, for fillies, of $80 eaeb. $10
forfeit, with $1,000 added: penalties and allowances;
The llilng Generation Stakes. $0 each. $10 for
feit, with 41,1)00 added; penaltiea and allowances:
alx furlongs. '
'lhe Atlantic Stakes, of $S0 eaoh, $10 forfeit, with
$l,.rl aiklrdl penalties and allowances; six fur
lonirs. The Choico R takes. Belling, of $30 each. $10 for
feit, with Sl.ooouddcd; allowances: alx furlongs.
Tho Montauk Staked, of S3.OO0, $r0 eaoh, half for
feit, nr onlySlr.lt declared hy June 1; the associa
tion to add an amount to make tha urosa value of the
race $3,000, allowances; six furlongs.
The Nautilus Stakes, of $11 each, $10 forfeit, with
$1,200 nildodi pmaltlca and allowances; one mile
and a alxteenth.
Tho HuragoaM Stakes, for fillies, of $3Geaob, $10
forfeit, with $1,200 added: penalties and allowances;
The hoa Onll Handicap, of $35 each, or only $10 If
declared by 2 P. 21. on the day before the day ap
pointed for tho rare; with $1,200 added: weights to
be published on the second day before the race; one
The Glen Cove Handicap, of $BS eaoh. or only $10
If declared by 2 V. M. on the day berorn tha day ap
pointed Tor the rare; with $I.3oo added: welghta to
be published on the second day before the race; one
mile and a sixteenth.
The llabrlnn Stakes, selling, of $30 each, $10 for
feit: with $l.o(i added: allowances; earen furlongs.
The Pecoulc Stales of $35 each. $10 forfeit, wfib
$l,roo added; penalties and allowames; one mile
The Seagate Stakes of $3,000; of $B0 each, half
forfeit, or only $15 If declared by Juno lthe aaao
olatiou to add an amount to make tha crota value of
the race t.l.oou; penaltiea and allowances; one mile
aud a quarter.
ron TttnEE-TEAn-OLDs and rjrwAnD.
The Urluhton Handicap, of $209 each, halt forfeit,
or only tin If declarod by. March l.wlth $5,000 added;
ueiahtx to be published Feb. 10, winner of the
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ne pounds. If lratli, peven pounds extra, ono mile
and a quarter.
lhnTot Handicap, of $35 each, or only $10 If ile
clsred o it ny 2 p. M. on the day before the day ap
polutKifortbe rate, with $1,200 added: welghta to
be published ou tbe second day before the race, one
'1 ho Flight Ilautllrap for all ages, of $85 each, or
only $10 If dciliredout by 2 1 M. on tha day be
fore tho day appointed for the race, with $1,200
udded weights lo be published ou the second day
beforo the race, alx furlongs.
The Brighton Oup, uf $100 each. oronly$2r, if de.
dared b) May in. ntarura to pay $100 additional,
with $,',,000 added, two hones In different uueroata
to start or no race, two miles and a quarter.
The Sea Clia Stakes, forallares, ot $.11 each. $10
fuiftit, with $1,000 added; non-winning allowance!,
Tha lallp Stakes, of $00 each, half forfeit, or only
$1T, if dei tared by June 1; ulth $1,000 added, linn
winning allowancea. one mile
'Die Jamalcu Stakes of ia5 each, $10 forfeit, with
Slooo aided; penaltiea and allowances, seven fur
longs. JUMPINO EYrjiTB.
The Ptinchestown Stakes A handicap ateeplecbaae.
for four year olds and upward, of $36 each, or only
$10 If derlaied by 2 P. M. on the day before tho dar
appointed for tbe race; with $730 added: the full
The Chantllly Stakes A handicap hurdle nee, for
threo-j ear-olda and upward, of $85 each, or only
$10 If declared by 2 P. u. on the day before tbe
race: with $750 added; Abe mile and a half, o sr six
It will be noticed that the Brighton Cup still
retains a prominent place on the schedule.
1 he raco has lilted poorly since it wns estab
lished two years ngo. but the management Is
still hopeful that thcro is a boom in store for
Frlrate Croxton Mukes a Full Score at tlm
Private W. N, Croxton of Company O,
Seventh Regiment, led all competitors In tho
second class match of the season at tho
armory rnngos on Saturday night. He mnde a'
full score of 70. Ills nearest competitor was A.
Bteln. vv ho is acknowledged to bo tho most ex
pert mnn with a rifle in tho Vetoran Corps. The
conditions or the mulch were seven shots
standing nt 'MO jards and seven prone at fJUt)
yards. Tlie winners wero:
- . . .. rank, l'ardi. Total.
rrlvateW. N Croxton, Co. 0 05 35 70
A Stein, Veteran Corps ... 34 34 OH
Private A. K. Wells, Co. E . ... Ill) 84 iV7
HTgt . lteid. Jr.. Co. It 33 ill tie.
C'orjioralF. W. Perkins, Co. F. .. . 33 3 J 85
Other high scoros in this match were:
Corporate. J. Austin. Co. O 34 34 68
Corporal W. It. O Connor, Co. I... 3 J 35 8
H-rut. It. M. Kalloch. N. 0. 8 si ar, es
Private O. Wuerz.Co. O.. . 83 34 u7
Corporals M. Ru.hardson,Co. II., aa 34 7
Private J. D. Thees. Jr., Co. B ,3J 3t (17
In addition to the class match, tho first com
petition of tho season for tho non-shnrp-hhooters'
trophy was decide I and resulted In a
victory for Private II. 11. lierdan of Company G.
Six prizes wore awarded. The conditions wero
the usual seven shots on the 'JOO nnd (H)O
j ard ranges. Tho largest numborof marks
men who have participated In any match this
season entered in this contest. The winners
.., . t, . TVinff. Yards. Total.
PrliateTI P. Tlerdan. Co. O . . 31 H4 03
lTlvuteVV. II Pslmtr, Jr.. Co O 84 no 114
T.atMvCorporilo.U.Jeul,ins,Co.G 31 3J 04
Private II. DomlnUk, Jr., Co K 111 ai 114
CorrxiralO. II. Oilman, Co. II 2 5 (14
Private C. I,. McClave, Co. D OT 30 Mj
Corporal C. J. Austin of Company C qualified
n.".a." .xp,,"t during the evening with a score of
tW deliberate lire and 17 rapid lire. The follow
ing tnarksmon iiualitled as shurpshootors:
., . n - l'ardi. Yanls. Total.
Private O. Wuera, Co. C 38 84 87
Private M.UM.IM.O 81 84 B
IJi ui. U. O. D11 Val, Co. I 81 34 8
1'rivato 11. H lierdan, Co, O ,. ..31 34 BO
Gossip of the Handball Courts.
Georgo Honey's latest victim in a match was J,
Murphy, whom he defeated In dedaivo style on club
dar at the Brooklyn court, by acoresof 21 10, 31
A match that la creating considerable talk at tha
Brooklyn court has John lully and Edward Doberty
as the luterei-ti d parties. It will take plate on Deo.
IH The conditions are best three In Ave games. The
(lokaip Is agjln rife as to a proposed mutch be
twtenMike Igsn, ex amateur champion, and Carney,
wholsuowliij'hlladelphla. IhealaLta will probably
be $ J50 a able. Prof. Coggius has ititi d his willing
ness to put up $luo ot thla amount In bebalfot
14(411. If thematUi doea materallau thla time, tha
first aerie of games will be plaird in Jersey City, the
aecond in brootlyn, and th final In Gloureater fi. J,
Both Jim aud Duk Sullivan are faat coming to the
front among theplayi ra ut the Brooklyn oourt, In a
clubda) mstchJimhad tor a partner J. Lane. ami.
b clever work at oiltkal moments, they easily ixil.
lshed off J. Mnlrooney and J. Wallace Dick Biilll.
van plated partneia with 0 Kaleigb, and had It not
besu lor tho ojolne.a and dellbarate .play of the for
liierthej would have been defeated at the band of
E Hesury and J. Dillon. Aa it waa, fortune smiled
upon them by acorea of In 0, 21 Id, 2120.
'IboMuuhJttanilll court waa tilled with experts
on Uub day. One of tbe beat four-handed matches
was ttMtUtwtBii T J. Council and C. OLeary
and J. Fltpatri k and J. Murphy. Tha former
won three atralght games, but bj narrow margin.
The acorea were 31 -lb. 21-20, 21-17, Two drawn
matches also had a tendency to keen the "gallerr"
arouaid Ono was a four-handed affair with J. How.
ard and J. Falvey opposing vl O l-eary and E. Hon,
mann. Tbo worts were 21 20 2114,1721.11
21. The other engaged J. Nelieas and D. Lynch,
th former capturing th first two-games and tbe 1st
17 21 lV i" " lha coreJ wrl--0, 2114,
Four of the matches at the Jeraey City court on
1 lub da) were won In decisive fashion. MikaKjan
ojiposeil V. Burns and J Nort in, and beat them by
woresof 21-17. JI-1H..M m j Haulon and II
Mulligan won from T C.lmi and J Wbaleu by
scores of Jl-. 21-10, ji in. 11 Ko, and P.
Burns admlnt.tered a like dose to T valdroii and .1
l'aulkuer, the scores In lug 21- In, 21- 17, 21 ir.
1" Burns, who has ahown marked ability of late In
handling the little hall, followed hi a match against
J. Bllvera and J Fenuesaey, defeating them by scores
of 21-11.. JI-17. Jl-lil The contest which en"
livened matters had a participants J Kgan and T.
Jackson a(raln.t.K Corrhtan and J. Silvers. It looked
promising for tbe latter Lr at the start, but Ea-.n
aud Jackson won after a stiff fight by 10-.li, aijp,
NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN.
azt, TttK Kix-nAr nznims wakr vp
lllTtt STItOXO Ari'KTITKl.
They Knjoy the flood Thing of Life nnd
Show No Serious Fntlgur Prim tTlnner
to Tie Paid Oft Tn-Ilny llnaton Count
on Holding the t,. A. V. Meet In 1801).
The "dead men" of tho six-day bicycle race.
or severnl of tliom. at least, were "gadding
about town" yestorday smoking cigars and en
joying; life. The mon who finished on Hntur
dar night are all anxious to try It again. "Walt
tlllnext year's race and I'll fthow you,""was tho
common boost of thoso who spent their time
and cash and strength on tho Garden track.
last week and at tho ond fnllod to finish "In
the money," If another such ftalr was pro
moted next month, it would hare a full ontry
list, and the names of thoso who rode last
woek would be found In It. Yol no one be
lieves that these mon are fools or have suicidal
It Is peculiar, also, to note the weight aud
build ot the mon who win and finish In tho
front ranks In contests of tho kind. Broadly
considered, it Is the smaller men who pan nut
best, "Big fellows" never flguro strongly. It
Is vitality and spunk that counts, and ability
to stand punishment. In cycling rnoes tho
samo as in six-day walking matches, the "big
tins" do not stand tho gaff ns well as tho small
onos. Tho largo mon leemlngly havo
greater sensibility to pain and get harder hurt.
It Is the opinion of more thin one man who
has ridden and trained six-day mon that
Midget Michael, it he entered, would win a six
day contest easily.
All of tho Garden riders except Miller went
to a Turkish bath establishment aftor tho race
on Baturday and spent the night there. Mil
ler and his wife remained nt the Hotel Bar
tholdl. Thev wero nbout at 10 o'clock voster
(lay morning and ato a hearty breukrost. Mil
ler's winnings f -xim the race, including n bonus
from tho manufuothrers of his wheels and
tires, his premium for brenklng the record,
and his wedding present of f00 from the
manngomont. w U amount toW.JHK).
Hale and Waller also wont to the BartboMI
after returning rrom the baths yestotday. and
devoured meats and potatoes nnd bread llko
Bailors, hot ope of hem looked as tired as
the average man does after n century run. All
sold thev wore feeling "lino." nnd acted spirit
edly. Albert went to the lu tun in House and
breakfasted with Pierce, after w hloh ho left for
home. This pair also looked well, nnd acted
like boys. They ordered a big breakfast and
left the plates clean. The mon who finished
near onough to tho front to get a prize re
mained at tholr hotels, oeu.iuso the money
.will not be. paid them until to-day. Pat
Powera. of the association that conducted the
race, said the financial result was gratifying,
but that tho gate money was not ns big as It
was last year, when tho net prollts wero nearly
Howard Porter, President of the Boston
lWtlt meot club was In town yesterday. He
said that tho Bostonians aro not bragging,
but think they have the national L. A. V.
meet for next year about "cinched." BulTalo,
which Is tho only rival for the honor. Is u hot
btd of secession. What Ih practically I ho only
track In the oity Is under the oontrol ot Presi
dent Johnson ot tho new National CvcllmrAh
spelatlon thnt has beon organized to eonirol
tho sport In dollance ot the Lague. It Is not
considered likely, therefore, that the Bison
Citr linfl nnv elinnei. nt .neiiplnir tlm n.
Mayor (Julnoy of Boston has announced thai
ho will appropriate enough monoy from the
Mayor's rund" to my ror excursions In thu
bay and other entertainments. Tho rail
roads have been arranged with to carry pas
senger for a fare ana u third to nnd from the
meet. Beyond this negotiations have been
about completed whereby Boston will work
with the eyclists of Montreal. where the world's
championships nre to be held next summer,
and plans have beon laid so that It Boston gets
the meet It will be held a week beforo the
world's championships, in order that visitors
from the West may he able to go from the
Hub" direct to Latiiidn.
,, Within the limits of the greater city a fow
thousnnd bicyclists, for whom the BtitT roads
nnd the biting air had no terrors, went out
yesterday. On the avenues and boulovards
which have been thoroughly cloaned and on
tho cjcls paths there was a procession of rid
ers big enough ta make every one open his
eves nnd wondor wherein was the rnscliiatlon.
Men holding reins over the backs or slick road
horses were muffled to the ears, but most of
tho wheelmen wore summer riding Bults with
sweaters beneath their coats, and some were
seon who were minus gloves. It was cold
enough to make tho teeth of even the sprocket
wheels chatter, but the cyclists, when thoy
stoppod, wore aglow. Thore who weio out
were glad of It nnd kept repeating that while
In summer oclltig is a pleasure, in winter it
amounts to an eostasy. borne women were
abroad, but ther wcro about as ono to llfty.
On the Coney Island cjcle path the riding wns
partlculirly brisk, considering the dm. and
the bonlfnces realized that, uftor all, sleighing
Is brief, vvhllo cycling is long. One rosult of
the inure ase In mtdu Inter rlilinir (a llmr n num
ber of plni.es at Coney Island which rormorly
closed in Hentember now keep open all winter,
and tho island is becoming a quasi-winter re
sort. Tho annual meeting of the rennsvlvania di
vision of the L A. V. was held in Philadelphia
on Saturday. Thomas J. Keennn. Jr. was
unanimously indorsed lor the League presi
dency. The motion to indorse Keenan was
'seconded by Oeorge D Gideon, which me ins
that Keennn will receive the undivided support
ot the division Tho rollowing wero elected
delogates to tho Jiational Assembly:
A. II. Allen, J. Powell Atkinson, J. A. L. Carson,
John I. Croat, C. A Dimou. V. It. Tucker, Jos ph
Eitoolet. Thomas D. llainea, Jr., C. 8. Harrnp,
Thomas nare. John George, John J. Oi sselmaii, I,
A. 8. Ueaih, Oeorge 1). Gideon, (leorie II. Luke. F.
X. Qnlnn, VV. V. Handall, Madison Hush, llurvoy
T. Uhlir. Ulhberd B Won-MI, John H. Draper,
J, Samuel Stephensou, Carl Uerlnir, Elwoiui
J. Wanner, Ocorgo II. Bcardsle), I'.alph Ei
wards, Erl B. Douglasi. (1. o. willson.
Frank Dletrlck. J. P. Broadbenf, Harry C Mason.
A. F. Nelson, vv. P. Bwait, A. P. Knapp, C. E Lock
bardt. Frank H Koherts, Dr. William n Cook. T. 1,
Worroll It J Caughey, C. W. Houston, H. S. Patter
son, I. F. Cuyler, C. A. Mertens, and C. p. Dusbane.
.According to awoll-known rider in this city
the gradual retirement of the amateur clubs
and associations from tho promotion of nice
meets nnd the support of racing teams can bo
ascribed solely to tho great expense involved in
holding meets. This same rider ns that in
the early nineties, when amateur ovelo racing
was at its height, and beforo professionalism
was recognized by tho, L A. W the lending
nthlotlo clubs in this city maintained racing
toanis In support of this statement nnd In
order to Illustrate how koen tho interest wns in
tho siiort, before tho League assumed con
trol, the rider says: "Whv, toko for example
the Now iork A. 0. In lttftl. It supported an
nmatour racing team that Included some of thn
best local riders. During thnt season the elnb
spent $.f.r0'2 .M on its ejeling teim. This
amount Included over $.')00 palil for entry fees.
$2.4(H 00 for travelling expenses, overSfKH) for
n tralnorand$107 torn training table. Among
the 1 mombers of tho team of six riders wero
William P. Murphy nnd A. A. Zlmniormnii. It
was during those old times that amntourrnelng
nourished, and If tho L. A. W. would not placo
such restrictions upon Itsumnteurs now. local
talent might be developed nnd maintained by
clubs at a nominal expense."
Houston 1V111 Captain Dickinson's Football
Cieublx, Pa Dec. 11. David N. Houston, iron,
wav yesterday elected captain of tho Dicklnscn Col.
lege football team for tho season of 'tl. Houston Is
6 feet rl Inches tall. 20 years old, and hla homo la
In Washington, D, C. He has been ouarler back on
the team for two i ear, and Is a brainy player, Hli
work tlie paet aeaeon wsa of a gilt eduud oidei.
Houston's election was n celved with gieat favor by
the alumni and the students
Ilonllng Games To-N'lght.
American NaUonal Columbia. Gotham and Itoss
dalo, at the Germanla Assembly Booms alloj a.
United Bowling Clubs' Cliatniiluns Corinthian va
Standard, at Thum a Kahla lorfa allele.
New York Ilorul An auuin League Irving Council
Colfax Council aud Samaritan Council, at the Tennis I
United Bowling Clubs-Uptown Section 1 Morn,
iniialde Oritntil aud Cyclone, at Thum ft Kahla
Arlington Qeadpin Anchor 1, Anchor 2. West
Harlem I, Equal 1, Equal 2. Equals, I, D. K. 1 and
I. U. K. 2. at the Arlington Jlall alley's. ' Da
Yorkrllle Iagiie-ltlverslde,l)elvtderand Village
1, at the illagoClubalIojs.
Athletic Leauua Knickerbocker A. O. vs. Itosevlll
A. A., at Km kerbocker alley
Junior Order uf tha U. A. M Union Council vs
Martha Uanhtugton council, at Fuih'a alloys.
llrooklyu Roj si Arcanum League-Brooklyn Coun
cil, Oeu. Putnam Council aud Commonwealth Coun
cil, at Iralnor'e alleys.
Carruthera NaUoual Arcanum, Arlington and
Monarch, at the Elephant Club alleys.
Long Islsud Association of C. C Class A Klnirs
County W. vs. Couth Brooklyn TV' , at th Palace al-
Brooklyn National-Premier, Standard and Cor
dialU, at the Apollo Hall altera.
Kings County-Oarneld, Adelphl and Templeton.
st Leister sailers. '
Arllugton-EiW Buahwlck and Metropolitan, at
th Arlington Hall alley.
taaino-Suuswlck 1. Aatoria 2 and Oriental, at
Tweutj lull Ward-Parkway, Elmore and Active,
Do Kalb Iacu-Thlrteen Club.Cedarand I. D. K..
at KlrcUner sallejs
New Jeraey Ajisociatlon-Carlton, Montauk and
Hour, at Schocke'a alleys,
Trotliy Iaguo-Bayonne It, A. v s. New Jersey B.
O , at Bayonne alley.
Hudson Ooiintj Americns, Hamilton Wheelmen
and Castle Point Cyrlere, at Groth a allera.
Paterson League Patersona va, Alblons, at Pater
eon. Btaten Island Amateur Leamie Caatleton, SUten
Island and rompkiaertlle, at West Nsw Brighton,
.Spartymittfr, gwftu MtttWmVt 5 tioiK
PECK & SNYDER'S
AMERICAN CLUB SKATES
Standard for the country for the put twenty-five years.
EThe The )
Skate for Men l Best Skate for Women
$4.00 $ S4.60.
Othors at 81.00, SI. 25, $2.00, 82.50, 83.00 and 83.50.
Cheaper Skates, not the Peck & Snyder
kind, as low as 35 cents per pair.
Hockey and Racing Skatos, Largo Assortment.
Thousands ol Suitable Christmas (lifts to select from.
A. 0. SPALDING & BROS. I SPALDINQ-BIDWELL CO.
12(5-130 Nassau Street. 29, .1, 33 West 42d Street
Alblons unit Arlington on Even Terme In
tho Atnetrtcfin National Tourney.
Although fifteen of tbe twenty-one clubs taking
part in the A. N. T. hall from New York, leading
honors belong to Brooklyn and Tatcraon bowlers.
Tbe Arlinxtona had no names scheduled but week,
and tho champion Albion drew up on even term
with th BrookUn playei. Should either of tha
leader strike a ng the Coritithlens, Morulnsald
and Oriental aro In a place i make matters Inter
ratintr. It aeeni to bu tbe general opinion ainonit
the Athlt tin Leauiis parHrloent that the Itoaevlllo
A. A. tuani will land at thn top, while the Cilirata r
Co. plaj ers may carry on" tho nrst prlzein th v hole
ale Bni Trade oclatlon tournament. The rec
ords of iho Important oompctitloua follow:
AnuKOTow liEiurm TonnxauEMT.
(labs Smre.riubs. Scrt.
llosedale 1 ,H Hose Hill a .ttlw
Golden Hod 1 4fit Gotham i ants
Bkritcrl ,.,43l'Norddrmtsoiler2. ., .CA3
Mist Hhcre 4'jMiConcordla 347
Orchard 2 41 Rnrdirft Black 317
Urrbvrdl 4.T. Calamltv 144
Arlington 1 4U.UXiyotta 8311
Arlington 2 40r. Boedalo2 31 rv
Cannon 1 4(H Jolly mill
Gotham 1 ,...4ti1Glendala 1 822
NordibMitecher 1 4i)2l(Uendale 2 31M
rriendahlpl 4nolAdelphl 8 317
Addphl 1 auaularmonl 2 3I
Oradell 1 .1u2Ht. Geonro 2 301!
Uet.tor2 3U Second Avenues 2IUI
Harmnnlo 1 3111 Oradell 3 2R3
r-eeond Avenue 1 38A llalschen 274
Welcome 1 HH2 Hertnrl 274
Defenders 3H2 llosedale 8 2112
Bleecker2 iho Itncreatlon 2 2(11
ltoealJIIll 374 Welcome 2 244
Adelphl 2 878 Cannon 2 2IU
Uefendcr 1 8i0 0iadell8 203
bt. Qeonrel 370
AUKMCAM XATI0NAT. TODHMlMtWT.
Cluit. tTon. Loll. SeortA IliaK
Albion.. 10 2 lUlsi'CTuei. Won. L01L Score.
Arllnirton lu 2 liirilltosedale. . u H 10r,
MomlnKa'el2 lur.nlKmpIre ...11 8 Iiti7
Corintlilan. 7 .1 HUUlColumbia ..8 H 11.1a
Oriental ..7 3 lM2'Bonlnard.. r, 7 H8U
Lotus., u G u;r,,Orltanl F. C..4 8 HHct
idella. . n r. ur,&.aotliam . ...4 lu our.
Monarcn. 10 tl 1155 Adelpia ,...jj 7 1121
Urrhanl... 11 7 U47 (loldon Bod.3 U44
Bleecker. ..7 7 llliS Niurtan 3 11 l34
M'trup lit'n 7 7 H72l01endale ...1 1.1 mil
hani: CLKitEa' LPvnur,
Chase Xat .4 n 804 T.r.MVnACoa 2 744
Nat. Talk .2 O f!8() Me.Mrad.N.l I fl7r,
I. k T.Nat, r, 1 WIS Han. Nat .. 2 4 740
A. K. Nat .& 1 7u". Corn Ex. . 1 B 770
MB'k.ofllpr, 1 77(1 L. 1. A Co... 1 3 74B
Mt. Morrla 8 1 Hr.8 It. B. hub. T 1 S (171
Manhattan. .4 j 788 Jlcr. Nat ... o 4 743
Chem.Nat....! :i 800 K..N. A K....O 4 1172
liainlltoii ...3 3 770 SJeab'rd.Nat o (1 718
kkw lour sorar. arcacu ixaodiv
Our B O I10O Irvluir 2 4 HI 4
Lenox r, 1 881 KmpiroClty.2 4 805
KamarlUu... 2 8M Celtic 2 4 wu
New York. :i 1 881) U'lt'dStatea.a 4 741
Colonial ...3 I HI3Mnbaitan..2 11 802
lookers.. ..7 :i HSiiiOt. inn ...2 n 7M
Harlem 4 2 tjor. fctanley 1 5 77l
C)lfax 4 2 Kftll Oden ... .1 B 7H8
Citlena". ...4 2 7112 K'lck'rli'k'r 1 6 72H
Americns. . 4 H0.1 Uefendam...O 4 787
M'minetlde.4 4 887
11ROOXLTV BOIAL ir.Ci.SCil 1.1100.
rhilad'lphoeS o 882 Brooklyn . r, r, Rjg
De Lorn; . 11 :t 641 Alert IS t. 818
lorn .. ..to 2 alJ Wash.Irvinc r B 80J
DeUlttCllut.il l U47 lMirnsldo.... tl huh
tlilbcrt . n 1 U37 De Forest.. .4 848
1-ast.V . ,h a 8Br Welcome.. .4 6 82H
FortOreene 7 u 811 Oiford 3 7 P2
Lefferta a 4 nod Pro Fatrla...u v Him
lldford ....r 8 8311 Palm s 787
J F. Price.. .H n 818 Vdlmndack.2 B 707
Fulton .. .r r 888 Hrevoort....2 (I 74H
Com'onw'th r, o M7i Fraternity. .2 8 7flfl
Lonir Island n r, 840 Bushwlck...2 lo 780
Oeu.I'uln'm.a 6 824Nassan 1 11 744
brookltn arcakuu Bru-TounsrAJiivr.
Gilbert 8 o 000 De Long ....3 r 770
C-mm'nw'th4 o 821"ulton B 5 731
llelfonl .. ,r l 808jNaiu 2 4 781)
Fortltieone j 7uliBreoort...,2 4 719
VhlUd'lphos i 783 Bushwick . 2 8 738
l.cnert. 4 4 804IiigIland.l r 747
Brookljn .3 3 774 J. F. Price.. .1 5 672
E.NewYork.2 2 76ol
B'ville A. A..0 O KM N. Y. A O ..3 8 842
K'boo'rA. 0.4 2 057 North End 2 4 80S
Jeraoy City. 8 3 pj'i Sioutclalr ...2 4 7ii
Columbia.. ..3 8 81)4 Klizubi th....l 6 841
WnOLKSALC DBOO TUADK ABSOCIATTOIt,
ciu'teCon i 831 B'n-AJo'h'n.e n 802
Nat. Lead Com 4 H.'.l It W.It.kOo 3 u 788
11'dgca.Oli 't 7 6 84r,B'nIt'r:Co..8 u 715
V ko.IVaACo.7 II 838 P"rsiW'tm'n2 10 73J
W'l.T m4Co.7 r. 813l
VietorArAchfl o 8U7 Am Lh.Co 2.2 2 85S
Kd 111 Co. tl o 814 DMHalntiCoJ 4 7811
Alls., N.AC0 4 O 807, Whn U'laCo.2 4 700
Pass'nt k Cj.3 1 813 C O Bur nel.2 4 781
Am. Lh Co. 1.4 2 828 Jno Downey. I o 88
Nat.Uisc ICV4 - 748 Atlantic Co. O 710
C0.BurneJ3 3 780 Murr'ya.-U1110 8 27
Man c.MUlf 3 3 731)1
nnr. ixscnAvcr leaoub.
Palatine.... 4 o 77(1 Un'nof Id'n2 4 788
lireenwlcb.. ft I HI r Niagara 2 4 705
Germanla ft 1 772 Herman-Am. 1 8 787
Bojal 8 1 77,lhoiilt 1 3 784
Caledonian. 4 2 78ll. Lancashire. .1 8 (inn
Norw'UUn'na 2 7iilIInnoTer.....l ft
LAL.A:(1.,3 3 7 lliAmerican ...O 4 647
llome . ...3 3 71HI
AaLIIOTOM I rAODE.
Fidelia 4 0 1028Manahatta . 1 8 880
Auranla, .. ,3 1 li'il llarmonle. o 2 867
Piouier. 3 1 DUO To gb RlderaO 2 800
Bt. George.. .1 t H77jBchulum....o 2 761
Blverdale ,.rt u polity. Harlem .8 8 884
Belvidere ...4 o UlO'Audubon ...2 2 834
Pieml 'il , r, l 8ti8 Commodore 2 4 8"
Tick Tail., n 2 !! Kccenlrio ...2 4 7110
Oerell 4 J 8H."ltoyal .1 ft 8J
Villagu 2 4 4 807 Piemier . o 11 8H8
aalilnKton n 3 nri Hupjicnkn'n.O 6 7D2
Yilluge i J 8 887
AUCUDIOCrSAN- USIOV LEAQUE.
Hpaldlng 1 (1 1) 1)24, 8t. Monica 1.2 2 727
LojolAl. 4 ti 8S3 CAthe.lral ..2 4 7UI
llol) CrosaW.a 1 83-i Columbus 1 3 701
lio)yCroL.:i 1 818 Ht. Auues 1 ft 781
Huldln2 3 I 7IKI Loynla 2 . .1 ft 7fa
Bt. Marj'a 2 2 8(10 Bt. Monica 2 0 4 627
Harlem Cfh 2 2 7U0
united howling ci cn' CIIAUrlON.
Finplro 4 2 (in; Fidelia ... a 4 Ml
Albiou 2 1 n;i,Ccnttal .. .1 2 Ml
Astoria 1 7 I 016 Inter Noa... 8 3 808
Astoria j .ft 1 an.' 8iiniwick 1 .3 80,1
OnenlalB.Cft 1 8M) Bjiilevard. 1 11 7fl
Hiiiikkii k 2 ,ft 1 812 F.llton .1 ft 772
Kiiordale 2 DOT Oriental B.C.I 7 7B.I
Ojiloue fi :i 8110 FJk F. C . O 8 6U1
BaTenswood4 4 8j;
UMTrn bowmno tLcna-nowjrrowN section 1.
Golden Itod 4 o liso.lileecier.. . 2 2 833
Monarch 3 1 8114 Civil Hervlco.l 1 70ft
JeitMioro 3 1 80 1 Corinthian.. 8 6 in
ltoedale , 4 a i7lili.urlla 2 4 838
(lotl.am ft a 8rlAuranla .. .1 s 834
i1Jc".,'h. H '.' ,' I'I'elKlch.l 3 7M8
o'rcr.rdrt.,8r"il J U4tor....o 7
POWhTOWN SrCTION 2,
Woodland 4 o 881,NMd'tacherl 2 731
lo s o 807, Mucker i n 8oi
fSK I 1 u2(!"'"' i SBD
unowN ricriov 1,
Oriental 1) a j Emjdr , , 7 7 PJ2
lUvanlal rl 2 KM) 1-ulatlne. b 6 878
huuilard . 7 8 H.I.. D'reiid'rB.C.ft 11 J117
I""1'" g 1)1)4 .Cyclon 4 8 830
PJ,,,? ,y2 !"-' Cubl 4 10 874
CeuTJi'l6 ? ? JWI"lll'rrIIO,J 8 783
GroTMIIIl. 7 I, B7SlC"D0" J 10
uetown arcTion 2,
Weatllari'mn O 018 Audubon .1 8 884
Premier .8 2 H7M Oerell ... 1 x SJi
Boulevard. 8 1 8-,o N.v.hoe " ..i S ?S2
Owl T 1 i viJ ""'l','"ln'to 6 847
OBEATZn NEW TOBl TT)UaXAUI!TT,
Metrop'litauiJ 11 l,Oj4Pontiac. ..ft n R4n
Kln( 8 a vtil Universal, 4 4 Sia
Wonarcti 7 1 Pft-ilArllugtou ,5 7 Kin
liileiital H 4 1,031 lOrchard 5 8 inj
Pin Knight ,7 ft iiiJlPollce ilai 1 n i.
(JiilVivo ..t 4 H8VKonSlk...:i 7 Kl2
Kpartaii. .4 1 lua.Iiiates, . J li hii
Fraternity. 11 u n.'ftl UI
AHLI10TOX NAriONAI, TOUnSAUINr.
JIetrop'llfn.4 o t)07Orient W . ,s a 817
fcrbo 2 o U114 Monarch i 5 2 842
ra'n8 j ii?gsurp.w-.! s
y?k...I l 5JBu.hwlckT."! s JiJ
BOYS', GIRLS' CYCLE $12.50.
.14, lift and $17 Al. UAltTFOBD and olher
tires: 'lio Adult modola on exhibition; .Imeutles
built lo order.
J,. C. .lANllOHF & CO., 381 Uroadwny.
gofficfi, (Snrtinfjtj, tts.
INTF-Il CAlTniAOEa. 8LKIGIIS.
barge variety tmany concl-hand): coiliw rnnt
away, from 880 to IftOO; line broughams tCiirley,
Flandrau and Brewster), tl7ft upward, glass front
station wagons, wagonette, fee : flun canopy aurrav s.
$85i flraivclasa mnabonl, Stlfti pony carria ires and
otbr vehicles. HLKK1H8. ULEIGH8, BLElQim,
MLEIQHH; rortland, speed Ing.double Bleiulis.ftc, f I u
to 9100: bells, chimes, plumes, root warmer, rob-s.
JOHN MOOllE K CO., ftp Warreu si.
OABRUTnEB NATIONAL, TOCTlKAMlNT.
Corinthian. IS 1 li31iManbattan..8 10 PH
Kcho 13 II 1)58 Pin Knight .11 pjt
Metrop't'u.ll 3 H72iFldolla 6 8 8im
Albion 11 ft "11 (Prosperity ..il a 878
Kmplre . . ti 3 imo UiuhwickW.O lo 8M
Arlington. 8 2 ulli Cortelvou . .ft it 8U
houthPaw.il ft liilulAdclphl 4 12 8IM
Oriental.,.. 8 4 iidtt Osceult 4 12 873
Orient W. . 9 7 n24,ltainecl.o . .3 11 8.14
Arcanum ,. u 7 P07Bumner 0 18 76J
Monarch' . 8 8 1,0341
TWENTr-MXTI! WVED TomNAUINT.
Jdth Ward lft r, Slltt lfomeitead. 0 9 883
Manhattan. 14 4 hud Gooden'gh. 8 8 him
Annex 18 ft tHlft Kllpse ,,,. h 12 87H
VauBlclen l'J 0 1102 Active .... ft 11 7ut
Fientrlc .14 H 804 Atlantlo.... 7 lft 84s
Parkway .10 (I U7ft Ulenmor .4 12 80
YellowKid.lO 8 1)61 Belmont .. 4 12 71
BUr u U 1)411 tlmore 2 14 Itl
ETNO COUKTT lOUnNAMEVT.
Prosperity ..4 o 1)82 Senate 2 2 pns
Apollo e 2 UtiUiI'.B.O 1 1 847
lenipleton..r 1 HPOJI. I). K 8 ft 8811
Adelphl ft 1 1)03 Leonard ...2 4 hhs
Homestead .4 2 B62,NtghtOwl...2 6 7u;
Garfield 3 8 Hftu Mara 1 6 844
Anchor 8 8 873 Uuntlngton.l 7 847
Don'tKnow.8 3 tuul
BBOOXLTN AT10NAL TOtmXASKKT. fflf
Manhattan.. 4 0 D80 Don't Know.3 8 847 W
Atwood . ...4 o 838 Standard ...2 2 8V)
Apollo 4 2 1,017 Cordlalia ...1 1 8 H
j-cosperiiT..4 a 8111 i7emier 1 n 78s
Parkway ...4 2 eutl Conoordia ..2 n 8.10
llldo 3 1 804 NlghtOwl ..1 ft 8K4
Templeton. .8 1 M72 Belvidere. ..0. a 844 M
Annex 3 8 8U4 U
UCDS9E COUNTV TJ101XXT LEAQUE.
N. BayB.0..8 o Bi2J.CIty Club.l 3 780 I
N.J. B.C.. .3 1 83lN. J. A.O ...0 3 813 R
HEW JEnSET CTCL1KO CLUPS. H
Caatle Pol'ta.4 0 882N'thIIudsonl 8 8r.
ClloWb 2 11 837 UamUtnWhO 4 783
Mantle Wh .1 1 8701
H0BTB HUDSON ASSOCIATION TOUBNAUEXT. I
Lexington.. 7 3 870 Uamll'n Wh.2 3 7fU
All Dees ft 2 80K Caatle Poi'ta.3 8 7nl H
azana 4 2 801 Franklins. ..3 3 734
Union 4 a 820 Owl 2 4 77
N'thUudson3 3 80(1 Amerious....l 7 Tfll
Homesteads. B u 7uQ
rATTMON LEAOUE. I
Helvetia.... 14 4 005 Defender... o ft 817 I
Excelsior .10 4 841 St. Agnea . 3 o 811
A&B.No.l. B 0 8H0 A.B No.3. 2 4 807
Acme No.3. U 7 853 A.t B.No.8. J 8 7f.o
Instltut. . 8 6 81H1 Totowa 1 7 740 H
Madison... B 8 B3B Thistle 1 11 7I3
NEW JEESET FOnESTXEa' LEAOUE. W
Columbus. ..ft 0 1810tEUzabeth....2 4 16Pi) I
Lararetta....4 1 161)2 Custer 0 ft HOD
Child 2 8 16101
CENTBAL NEW JEnSET E.EAOUZ.
g.'f'oO'ino.il 1 842iCranford... 8 Bll M
EUzab'thO. 6 (I 847 New'rkBay 8 fl -,2
Wrstflelds, ft 4 Hss Parka 8 6 780 I
N. 3. A. C... 8 I) 0441
SEOBnia AND ERSEX LEAOCE. B
5!"lfA-A-la a BOSiNorthern .. 6 n 881) M
FI'tW.It.0. 0 l 8ft Union .... 6 10 84 H
Arl'u'nA.A. 6 7 8UU Atalauta... 4 n ttt III
lUver. A. C. H 7 1)44 B. Oiangs.. 4 11 812
UBUBDAH ATULET1C LEAOUE. H
RlvdBA.C.ll 4 25Snni'tB. 0. 4 11 847 I
KWeA.A.10 6 1)82 Kaw'k A. C. 2 7 8J8
80 O'geiT.O. 0 o bm H
NEW JEBSrT BOWLIKO ASSOCUTION, H
CatlPt.O. fl 0 814 Monarch . 3 ft 724 I
CMltona.... S 1 831 Ilecreatlon 2 4 7B8
All Bee. .. ft 1 787 Pioneer.. . 2 4 713
Friday Aft. 4 2 776 Blreraldea. 1 s 7-f)
jolly 4 a 847 Uobokena . 1 0 671
Hour...... 8 8 771 Bachelor. . 1 6 7.111
Montauk.. 3 a 681 Spheroid.. 1 7 712 H
Merry 8 8 787
The Lithographer' tournament, formerly known I
as the Lttho-Artlst, was atarted at the Arcad alley II
on Biturday night. The acorea follow:
riEST EBIE8 I1B8T OA1IE. K
Wilson, 133: Restle. 140. ToUl, 27a. Tf
Felnd, lJfiillust, im. ToUl, 2S6.
SECOND OAME. I
Wilson, 16P: Bestle, 140 Total, 809. I
Fclnd, 144;buat,148. ToUl, 2i0.
ECOND (EBIES K1KT OAME.
Norwlck, 17H: Dormacen, 1U0. Total, 88, " IL.
Wilson, 146, Itestle, lr,4. ToUl. 800. Wt
SLUSU UAHE. BR
Norwlok, 149: Dormagen, 2R6. Total. 40. J
Wilson, 121; nestle, 160. ToUl, 281.
Tntr.D EaiEa rinsT oawe,
Norwiok, 205; Dormagen. 308. ToUl. 411.
Felnd, 93; Bust, 127. ToUl, 219.
Norwlck, 168; Dormagen. 1P7. Total. 855,
Felnd, IBS; Bust, Kin. Total, 291.
F0UBTH BEB1ES FIHST OAltK.
Gehtinger, 107: Heidos. 148, ToUL 2SS,
July, 114; Bchneelock, 108. Total, 377,
Oshrlneer, 183: Heides, 117. ToUl, 350.
July, 101; Bchneelock, 156. Totl, 256.
nrru eiue bt oaiie.
Oehrlnger, 163: Belde. 102. ToUl, 254.
Kroner, 104; Usrtcorn, 171). ToUl, (89.
Oehrlnger. 119: Heides, 141, TbUI, 2H0.
Kroner, 211; Uartcorn, 203. ToUl, 4.14,
anTU sehies nnsT oaui.
July. 130: Bchneelock, 08. ToUl, 223.
Kroner, 220; Uartcorn, 209. ToUl, 439,
July, 88: Bchneelock, 147. ToUl, 28ft. '
Krontr, 184, Uartcorn. 146. ToUl, 279,
-JSe.c.ll,inB B,m" ' ,,.he ,we8k ,n the Casino tonr
nameut, played atBtraok'a alleys, resulted as follows!
,,0.lI?,7U1 B' (iTui,t!ohe11' 203' Voeel, 179; Lhnert,
lf.l. Ollhaus, 13J,Blernian, 17B. Total, 8ft0.
Boiileiard-Itasalga. 1,1.': Hherer, 118, Borenson.
140; Behelser, 144; Uoell. 168. ToUl, 688. """""
Oriental 8. 0.-Oollins, 148. Lawlor, 188; Kun.
tinner, lftli. Springer, DO, Becker, 167. Total, 6s7,
Uoulevard-IUaalgu, 171; fibei-ur, 112: Sorenson,
168, ItthLlnr, 1811; Uoell. 18X, ToUl. 712.
OrlsnUlfl. C.-Collln, 18U, Lawlor. 110; Kunrln
crr, 140, Mer, HII. Becker, 17H. Total. 7247
Oriental B.C. -Mitchell, 164; Vogel, 168; Lhnrt.
135; Ollhaus, 140; Bleruian, 200. loul, 806.
-I.n.!n.Comm,rc11 League tournament played at
neld'a alleys ou Saturday night the aoor wri
19:(ivD.u,rBO,'?S.T,5m l-Urownlng, 110; Oaynnr,
'loul -07 ! Tou"'. 16II Browrw, 168.
,.JTJI,.',V1. Klectrlo Illnmlnting Oompny-Wsniel, &
Total -Hii 1Bli Cr,UD' I83' "olm. JfY
ECOND OAUE, K
O. O.Burgoyn Team 1 Browning, 117 Gaynor, 1
140, Matthie, 120, La Touiel, 168, Brown, 13K. 1
,MVrt?." Hlll-Murrai, 116. It. Hill. 104. Meyers, I
99; J. Uill, 117, Alexander, 166. Toul, 6111. I
TI1II10 UAME. M.
Edlaon Electrio Uliiiniuatlng Company Wenrel, ' W
188; Pihl. 141, Both, 18J; Carson, 14i; Holme, 191.
Toul, 844. I
Murray H Hill-Murray, 98, It, II11I, 79. Msysrs,
105; J. lllll, 1O0; Alexander, 163. ToUl, 543,
Baturday night' games in tbe Carruthera nstloral
tournament of Brooklyn resulted lu a victory and
defeat for tbe three coutesting teams. The ucores,
MetropollUn-Meyer, 180, HUrr, 324; Whittlesey,
I6I1 Fisher, 1W), Leilly, 1H8 Total, 893
Addphl-Uavnor, 148. Williams, 17.1. Kruaa, 144,
Dres.el, 137, llolhinan, 11.0 Total, HI4
nAdlphl-Oaynnr. 189; William. 163. Km, ill,
Dre.,el, 179, Untbman, l',l, foul, 12.
Albion-Taylor. 157i Paiker, 1RM. Hartley, 141,
Cllnk-en, 17J, Arnold. 12j lotal, 763,
.... . THIBD OAUE,
Albion-Taylor, 209; Packer. 193: nartley, 11
Olpgen, 170. Arnold, 162 Total, 873. ,
. UtropoUtan-Meyer, 191; Starr, 19U: Whittl.s.y.
l2j FUhsr, 19; Ltuly, 168, Total, 858.