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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894.
FRESH SPORTIHG COMMENT
No Change in the Situation of the
MANAGERIAL MISTAKES MADE
Already the Local Club Eeems to Be Hope
lessly in last Place, with Little Chance of
Getting Ont Too Much Available Talent
Has Been a Stumbling Block.
Whethor tho Washington ball club will win
many moro games this season or not Is Bome
what ol a vexed question with many of the
local fans. Ono of the latter evidently does
not take much ttock In the future of tho
club, as ho has wagered a goodly sum that
the Senators will not win more than ten
games during tho balanco of the season. Of
courso, tho club will win many more than
ten games, but tho patrons of the sport have
but llttlo reason to bo encouraged at tho out
look. Manager Schmelz hns already com
plained that through listening to tho sugges
tions of others several of the playors had
been placed to tho disadvantage of tho team,
and ho purposed having his own way from
tnls tlmo on. Sinco then tho manager has
had occasion to switch the men around
again, but without advantageous results.
Quite a deal of bad luck has aided in keep
ing tho club down, and somo of this is evi
dent in tho crippled condition of Joyca and
Selbach, while the loss of McMahon's services
has been most unfortunate. Tho latter is ono
of the best batters in tho profession, and is
besides a clever backstop and an equally good
first baseman. Ill-health caused his return
homo, and he has been unable to participate
in a championship game. Tho latest addi
tion to tho hospital list was Pitcher Stocks
dale, on whom the manager relied for valu
able work. With theso drawbacks Mr.
Schmelz could not but bo somewhat discour
aged, but he apparently has not lost his grit
and belief in tho expectation that the club will
como out all right in the long run. This may
be the cose, but it does not look that way.
It is very evident a mistake was made by
tho management in collecting a largo and
miscellaneous assortment of players before
tho opening of tho season with the view of
sifting and sorting out a winning team. In
tho light of results tho scheme wa3 a failure.
Despite fair weather and the opportunity to
get in much practice work tho manager was
confronted with n difficult tak in making up
the best team at his command. This has
been proven by the continual changing since,
and ho is hardly nearer a solution of tho
vexed question now than at tho olTstart.
There are alwajs peoplo to volunteer opin
ions as to tho playing ability of respective
men, and tho manager has already;confcssed
to being somewhat influenced by the judg
meut of others, although at variance withhis
In consequence of all this many games
ha o been lost which might havo been won
provided tho available talent had been placed
to better advantage. It is unfortunate for
tho hungry baseball public that this city has
not a club able to hold its own in tho race for
tho pennant, and this year's outlook is worso
than over, as the club is almost a hopeless
tailender so early in the gamo. There will
doubtless be a gamo won now nnd then, but
there does not seem to bo tho material in tno
club to gic conildenco to tho public that tho
chances aro even for winning a contest, and
under such circumstances a ictory will como
mora in the nature of a surprise than tho ex
Manager John Montgomery Ward is evi
dently 'twixt tho devil and tho deop sea, as
tho directorial influence has caused him to
lay off Hoger Connor and MiVo Tiernan, two
of tho public favorites. Tho New York pa
pers have as a rulo taken up arms in defense
of liogcr and Mike, and John Montgomery
hardly knows whether he is going to or com
ing home from school. Tho outcome of theso
dissensions will be tho loss of many games
which would bo won providod tho manager
had things his own vtay without being dic
tated to. Some of the Gotham journals have
a dally lecture for Ward, no matter which way
tho manager moves.
From Thiladolphia come reports of very
unbecoming conduct on tho ball field by
members of tho champion Boston team. Tom
Tucker, McCarthy, and Dully aro said to be
tho prime offenders, and the goodly baseball
writers of the Brotherly City loudly complain
that somo sq ere punishment be meted out
to tho three mentioned. Tho Bo-ton pla ers
are noted for their aggressiveness, and they
aro a hard lot to manage by an umpire with
out sand. Tim Hurst was the unfortunate to
stack up agalust tho Tucker, McCarthy, and
Dully contingent, nnd had his hands full.
Captain Xash, of the champions, believes his
men are receiving considerable unmerited
criticism, nnd claims umpires should be told
when In error, bo ns not to repeat the offense.
WORK THE WINNER.
rrcd Hoev Defeated After a Stiff Contest
At l'igcon Shooting.
Loxo BaAScn, X. J., May 19. To-day tho
Hollywood pigeon grounds were opened and
the feature of tho day's sport was a match be
tween George Work and Tred Hoeyfor the
Kiverton cup. Tho contest was under the
following conditions: 100 birds each. Thirty
yards riso and thirty yards boundary, for tho
cup and i300 a side.
llain fell during the morning and n dense
sea fog envohedthe grounds all morning.
It was an thing but desirable weather for
pigeon shooting but there was a very good
attendance of the lovers of tno sport.
Work missed his seventeenth bird, nnd tho
score for tho llrst quarter stood twenty-four
killod by each man. Iho birds at first wero
not very lively, but in tho socond quarter they
were very wide awake. Tho wind was blow
ing from tho northwest directly across tho
traps and mado the right quarters very dif
ficult to hit Both men were in excellent
trim for shooting, but tho spectators all
agreed that Hoey was heavily handicapped by
getting tho swifter birds. However, ho
managed to kill twenty-three of his second
twenty-five, whllo Work wound up tho half
century with a mis3, making tho fifth lost
bird for him.
Tho fog lifted a little in tho latter half of
the shoot, and each man killed twenty-three
of tho birds sprung in tho third quarter.
This left the Hollywood man twoahead, while
Work only failod to "gross" three. This tied
the score, as each man had killod ninety
Under the rules of tho Kiverton Gun Club
it was necessary for tho men to shoot off
twenty-flvo birds each. Both men killed
fctralght until tho fourteenth round, when
Work missed a hard driver and Hpey followed
with a similar miss. His nineteenth bird was
nnd incomer, and ho missed it also. This
was an expensive miss for it lost him the
maicn, as nis adversary brought down all bis
birds, leaving the score for tho shoot off,
Work, 21; Hoey, 23.
Mr. Wilson, of Philadelphia, will shoot
against Work next Saturday on tho Holly
wood grounds, and a good day's sport is as
Burod. Johns Hopkins Heat Lehigh.
BAi.TiMonE.May 19. The Johns Hopkins
University La Crosse team defeated tho team
from Lehigh University in a closely contested
gamo on tho Johns Hopkins campus at Clif
ton this afternoon. The score was C to 4.
The best work for Lehigh was done' by Ord
wny, Roderick, Polhomus, and Buel, and for
Hopkins by tho Camerous. Penniman. Daw
son, and Mitchell. Two forty-flvo minute
halves were playod.
Arlington Uaco Track Leased.
Baltimore, May 19. Barney Domarest, a
well-known local sportsman, has leased for
five years the old Arlington race track (half
mile), formerly operated by Lynn & WalL
He will open with a brief meeting November
1. and afterward go into tho circuit with reg
ular Spring and Tall meetings, tho same as
Pimlico and Gontieraen'a Driving Park.
A DAY OF ACTIVITY.
The Industrial Groups Suffered More Se
verely Than Any Other Stocks.
New York, May 19. An actlro business was
done on tho stock exchango durlnc tbo two
hours of trading tMlay, but It was on tho bear
side of the market, and resulted In tho establish
ment of a lower range of values In the great ma
jority of the stocks dealt in, the industrial group
boing the heaviest sulTorers. Thoro was no In
dication at the opening of tho market, but
set In later. A pretty general advance was mode
in the early dealings, which was, however, only
fractional, and which was not participated in by
Tbo market was then hold well until 11.30
o'clock, Just about tho time the bank statement
was Issued, when a heavy selling movement Was
organized which sent prices down rapidly, with
the Industrials in tho van. Thoro was nothing
in tho figures of the statement to causo alarm,
the changes being unimportant and the rcserro
being JttP.Wu.Oft), against less than $25,0U0,0U0a
year ago. 'Iho only unfavorable item was the
small docroase In loans, which reflected tho pre
vailing dullness of trade
The prevailing condition of stagnation in com
mercial circles Is perhaps tho most serious ob
stacle in tho path of tho stuck market, nnd tho
weekly trndo Journals take a particularly
gloomy view of tlio outlook in to-day's iues. A
good deal of long slock canto out to-day and tho
shorts considerably increased their lines. In the
late dealings somo of tho bears who have a con
stitutional objection to loavlng their lines un
covered over bunday came into tho market,
which Impnrtod a tone of npparent firmness to
the speculation at the close.
The decline on tho day w as hcav lest in tho In
dustrials, Migar losing 3 do preferred, '-H;
United States Cordage. S'i: Lead preferred, i:
National Cordage, 1; Edison Electric, 2U, and
the rest of the group M&4 except General
Electric and Lead, which aro unchanged, and
Cotton Oil and Consolidated Gas, which aro Hi
In tho railway list tho only lossos exceeding a
fraction are fat. Paul and lluluth, -!; Susque
hanna and Western preferred. 2, and Iowa Cen
tral preferred, 1 per cent. Of the grangers ltock
Island and Northwest are down J 'and??, re
spectively. M. Paul Is nnchangod, andllurllDg
ton and tjulncy Is i higher. Tho only other
shares whkhraako a gain on tho day are Atchi
son, JA, and Now York Central, a per cent.
Tho sugar market for the woek has genorally
been a falling one and some heavy declines aro
recorded compared with the closing figures of
baturday last, the Important ones being:
bugar, UH; do. preferred, TH: Pullman, TJi.;
UnU.d. Mates Cordage preferred, 7; da common,
SMI: Manhattan, 6; Nlclcol Plate, first preferred,
b; do., second preferred, Zi; Cordage, Si't do.
preferred, 6-Vjt Wheeling and Lake Erie pre
ferred, 3; da common, Sj; ltnbher, i: Great
Northern preferred, Missouri Pacific, and Metro
politan Traction Company, 4; 1 obacco, 3; Cot
ton OH preferred and Iowa Central protnrred,
Si; Omaha, 3?: New England, SH; Erie pre
ferred anl Louisville nud Nashville, 3M; Lead,
3K; St. Paul, 3; Western Union, fct. 1'aul nnd
Uuluth, (Quicksilver preferred, and Atchison, i;
Nusquohanna and cstern preferred. Louisville,
Now Albany preferred, Denver and Hlo Grande
preferred, Illinois Central, and Northwest pre
ferred, ; da common. 35; Richmond Terminal
preferred" and Edison Illuminating, -14; Oregon
Navigation, 2; lthode Island, 1; Chicago Oas
and Distilling. 1, and Burlington, ;. Goneral
Electric Is unchanged on the week.
The railway and miscellaneous bond markot
was w ojk to-day iu sympathy with the specula
tion, and declines were recorded of 1 percent. In
Toledo and Western firsts, SL Paul and bloux City
firsts, Kanawha and Michigan firsts, and Illinois
Central 4s of 1S3, 1$ In Northern Pacific Boconds,
do thirds, M. Peoria and Pckin Union, 1)4;
Atlantic and Pacllle 4s, Slj.
Advances were recorded of 2 per cent, in Cin
cinnati and Springfield firsts and 3 in LI. 4s. Kan
sas City and Omaha firsts sold at 47H against 7"Jt$
a ear aga Peoria and Decatur Is sold at 5J
against bTKJ on May 3 Southern Pacific of Cala
fornia 5s sold at b5t against 91on May 4. On
the transactions for the woek tho principal de
Kansas City and Omaha firsts, S3 percent.;
Erie funded fives coupon, S; Toledo and Ann
Arbor firsts, 7: Peoria, Decatur, and Evans firsts,
5W: Missouri Pacific ronsol Cs, fat. Louis and faan
Ifancisco consol 4s, Erie second consol, trust
recoipts. Peoria and Enstom firsts, Oregon fahort
Line collateral trust fiv cs, and Omaha and fat.
Louis ex-funded coupon, 5: da firsts Cleveland,
Columbus, Cincinnati, and St. Louis, sinking
fund sevens, and faouthern Pacific of California
5s, each, 4,: Chicago, fat. Louis, and New Orleans
firsts consols, 4; Kansas Pacific consols, 3t.; Wa
bash debentures, series 11, Wisconsin Central
firsts, and Northern Pnclfia firsts. 3; da regis
tered, 0)4: dn coupon &4con3s 4; do. thirds, 0;
do. Terminal firsts, li, and do. consol fives, 1
Eerccnt. Auadvaucowas made in Chicago, fat.
ouis, and Now Orloaus gold fives of 5 per
cent t ,...
New orlc Stock Exchange.
Furnished by Silsby Jfc Ca. bankers and
brokers, Metropolitan Hank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposite Treasury, Washington, D C.
American Cotton OH Ca. STU 2JH 'H -"
Alch., Top. & S F Wi m 9M5 &'
C. C. C Su 31Hi SBH S6tS
Canada faouthern 494 49j 49fc 494
Chesapeake Ohia 17 17 17 17
C. a i (Julncy. 78 TStf '"i TMi.
Chicago Gas CfiJ (&)C 63J4 a
DeL, Lack, i Western.... 1C0. 160)4 ICO lit)
Delaware: Hudson 131 139)4 lssi 133H
Distillers Cattle Fdrs.. 23 S3 2214 22):
Erie 13t$ 13t$ 13 11
General Electric Co 331 3d 33J 30
Jers-y Central Nfcli lOSlf. l(b)i los:
Louisville & Nashville.... 44 H 11H 44 4llJ
LakeShoro 129M liOM 12JW 114
Manhattan. 1I7H 117h 115$ 11GW
Michigan Central 9Gi 9G-7i !VlT KA,
Missouri Pacific 23VJ 25 23-V, 2.VC,
New England 34 34 3 3
Northwestern 10TH 107M lOTJfi W&
Northern Pacific pfd 10V4 1 H 16
National Cordage 20 SO lOJi 1SJ4
National Lead 37 37)4 SOix 3ii-)4
N. Y. Central 971$ 07?i iTU 071
Omaha 3i 36 "M 33U
Ontario A Western 1J 15 hjj wZ
Pullman P. a Co. 1M 154 1B4 101
Heading 10 10 15"-4 16
ltock Island GTfi 072 IWJ 675
faouthern Pacific 1SH 14 JS ISHj
fat. PauL Ml 5SSr S7S SS
Sugar Trust. .'... 03 !r 91 !H)i
Union Pacific Ibij 11K Wi J4
Western Union t2J4 jetf, bJif, Wi
Wabash preferred 14H 54 Ki K
W'heeL&LE. 10 10 10 lutf,
W. & L. E. preforred H'.-i UH 4JJ4 sjj
Chicago Board of Trade.
Open.' High. Low.
5K S44 54M
DO)), S7M WjJ
wl X', STW
3353 3-jtI 8SV4
3:!J: 33)2 SStji
:oy. 30-i4 sols
20tJ 2r,Uj cm
11 73 11.75 II 75
ll.'JO II M S1.S2
11.SS 11.92 11.92
7.20 7.20 7.15
ChS 0.K7 C.S3
(1S7 6 W G.S7
0.12 6.12 C.12
6.15 1. 15 G 12
0.12 &12 6.12
New York Cotton.
Op'g. High. Low. Close
Juno 6.11 n.93 6.02 6.18
July G.1J 6.91 dill G.VI
August O.Oli 7.03 6.90 7.02
beptcmbor. 7.C0 7.01 7.00 7.dl
Yacht Races nt .Southampton.
SoCTOiurrox, May 19. The first of this sea
son's races of the Royal Southampton Y'acht
Club were held to-day. The first race brought
out the new boats Kleur do Lis and Penta Tho
latter gave up the contest before she had sailed
over the first round of tho coursa
The. Fluor de Lis, which ts a Scottish boat,
scored her third victory in tbo matches that
havo been sailed In this Solent during the
Tbo Carcth, subject to protest, boat the Ameri
can two and one-half-rater Mcncn.
The Fay won the one-rater match, and the
Spruce took first prize in the half-rater class.
Harvard Defeats Brown.
Pbotidece. It. I., May 19. Harvard defeated
Brown to-day In a game mado unsatisfactory by
frequent showers. Score:
Harvard 0 1 1 0 S 2-6
Brown 0 0 110 13
Batteries Highlands and O'Mnlly; White,
Kussoll, and Tcnny. Umpire Hartley.
The Lnskcr-Stcinctz .Match.
Montreal, May 19. The sixteenth game of
the world's championship chess match was
opened by Lasker this afternoon with tho
king's gambit, which Steinetz promptly de
clined. They playe'd moro carefully than over
before and adjourned on the twenty-second
Senators will play at Philadelphia to-morrow.
New Y'ork was lucky to make a draw with
Tho Washington team returned from Balti
more last evening.
Kain again prevented the Colonels andPlratcs
from getting in a game.
In po'nt of service Blllle Barnle is the oldest
baseball manager in the. business.
Hassamaer proved his lay on had not affected
his batting eye by liulng 'em out at Baltimore.
Leon Viau, tho former league pitcher. Is put
ting in his time in Louisville pitching for ama
Maul is lu good condition, according to his own
statemout, and certainly could do no worse than
There are but two games schedulod for to-day,
they boing Cleveland, at Chicago, and Cincin
nati, at fat Louis.
DEFEATED BY THE ORIOLES
Washington Played a Good Game, But
Failed to Beat Baltimore.
MERCER WAS HEAVILY BATTED
A Winning lead Was Taken by the Monu
mental Lads Early in tho Oame Tho
Senators Hade a Gallant Effort to Catch
Up in the Last Inning.
Results of Yesterday's Games.
Cleveland, 9; CmcAco, 5.
St. Louis, 8; Cincinnati,.
Baltuoue, 7; Wasdinotov, 6.
PniLASELruiA, S; Boston, 7.
IIttsbcko Locisvillc No game, rain.
Bkookltk, 3; New Yobi, 3 called.
The Championship ltccord.
W. L. Tct.
11 12 478
9 10 474
9 12 420
6 13 16
A 14 SID
8 22 120
New York.. 11
4 810 Brooklyn...
7 K90 Cincinnati..
7 007 Louisville ..
11 512 Chicago....
THE USUAL RESULT.
Senators Put Up a Good Game at Balti
more, but Lost.
Baltimore, May 19. Tho gamo hero this
afternoon was played despite a hard rain,
which rendered the grounds somewhat soggy.
Washington put up tho best gamo it has done
in Baltimore this season, but, as usual, was
easily defeated. Young Mercer was put in tho
points by Manager Schmelz, but tho twirlor
failed to puzzle the Oriolo batsmen, and he
was hit bard and often. Bonner end Eeeler
excelling In this respect.
Tho Senators fielded In excellent manner,
an error by Hassamaer being tho only mis
plny charged against them. Except in tho
ninth Inning, Washington could not bunch
hits on McMnhon. In this Inning a base on
balU to Joyce, Hassamaer's lino single, To
beau's out to Brodle, and Abbey's double
scored two runs and brought them within
hailing distnnco, but McQuiro's easy fly to
Jennings settled tho gamo.
Ward and Kadford fielded their positions in
great style, and several of tho plays nroused
apnlauso. At tho bat Ward and Hassamaer
led for tho visitors, the latter's good hitting
being timely. Tho attendance was 2,300.
EU.TIUOItn. R lErO,A E WSIIINOT'N. RIB TO A
McCrawb. 110 5 0 Itadford. ss 1 0 3 6
Koelei, rf... 13 10 0 Joyce, 3b.. 1
Bro-th'rs.lb 1 211
Kelloy.lf.... 10 8
Bonner, 2b.. 14 3
Jennings, ss 1 2 3
Koblnson,c. 0 0 1
McMahon, p 0 1 1
0 Ward. 2b.. 1
0 Il's'mao.rf. 1
1 ebeau, cf. 0
Abbey, If.. 0
viciiuire. c. u
Cart'w't, lb 0
Mercer, p.. 1
TotaL.... 7 14 2713 3 Total.... 510 27 18 1
Baltimore. 1 040200007
Washington. 0 0201000 25
Earned runs Baltimore, 4; Washington, 2.
Tw o-baso hits Urnuthcrs, Mctlulre, and Abbey.
Three-base hits Bonner, McCraw, and Ward.
Stolen bases Brodle, Bonner, Joyce, and Ward.
Double play Bouner, Jennings and Brouthers.
First base on balls ByMcVlnhon.5; by.Mercer,3.
Hit by pitched ball McMahon. btruck cut
McrcerS. Tlmo 1.50. Umpire Mr. Hurst
Phillies Won the Odd Game.
Philadelphia, May 19. Tho Philadelphia
team defeated tho Ceaneaters to-day In a
gamo that was quiet and uneventful com
pared with the scrapping match of veterday.
Tim Hurst was replaced by Stage, and ho
gavo the Boston players to understand that
ho would stand no nonsense. Tucker, who
caused such a rumpus yesterday, was sitting
most of tho time on the Boston players' bench,
but was in his street costume, and did not
have a, word to say. Attendance, 0,000. Scoro:
rnlLAD'LfARlD TO A E
rOSTON. R 1BI-OA
Ha'l ton. cf 3
Boj-le, lb.. 1
D'uty, rf .. 2
Turner, If.. 1
Cross. Su.... 0
Haddock, p 0
Allen, ss... 0
Lowe, 2b 2 13 5
Long, ss ... 2
Dutly. cf.... 1
M'Cart'y, If. 0
Nosh. 3b... 0
Bnnnon, rt. 1
Kyan. c. 1
staley, p.... 0
Total.... 8 11 27 17 3 Total.... 7 9 2713 2
Philadelphia 3 40100000 S
Boston., S 0000400 07
Earned rnns-PhlladelphIa, 7; Boston, 3. Two
baso hits Delahanty 2, Turner, Duffy, and
Hyan2. Three-base hit Long. DoulIepIas
Allen (unassisted). Allen and Boyle, Cross,
Boyle, nnd Allen. Lowe. Long, nnd CanzoL First
base on balls Off Iladdo, k, 4; off fataley, 2. Hit
by pitched ball Hamilton, fctruck out By
fataley, 3. Tlmo 1.40. Umplro Mr. Stage.
Ten Inulngs and a Tic.
Brooklyn. May 19. The New Yorks tied tho
score in the ninth Inning to-day on hits by Ward
and Doyle, a baso on balls and a single by
Burke. At the end of the tenth Inning Umpire
Lynch called the game on account of darkness,
nollher team having scored o victory, facore:
NEWT0KE. BlDrO A EBROOELVN. KlB rO A K
Murphy, ss 1 0 2 5 4 Daly, 2b.. .. 115 4 1
Ward. 2h.. Ill
u torcoran,ss. u 1
O.Tredw'y, If.. 0 1
Vn Il'lt'n.cL 0 2 6
Dnjrle, lb 1
Davis. 3b.... 0
fatafford. rL. 0
Burke. If 0
Farrell, c... 0
Meckin, p 0
OCrimu, cf... 1 0
0,fahlndle. 3U. 0 0
lfachoi.li.rt.. 0 0
1 To,:tz, lb.... 0 0
0 Klnslow. c. 0 0
0 Daub, p. 1 0
Stein, p 0 0
3 93011 6
TobiL 3 3 39 11 9
Now Yorfc. 10000000203
Brooklyn 000200100 03
Earned runs New York, 1. Stolen bases
Murphy and Ward. Double play Corcoran,
Daly and Foutz. 1 irst baso on balls Off Meekln,
3: off Daub, 1; off Stein. 4. btruck out Ily Mee
kln, 2; by Daub, 1. Tlmo 215. Umpire Mr.
Colts Lost by Miserable ridding.
Chicago, May 19 Had Griffith rocelrod any
kind of support the SpHers could havo been
whitewashed. Klttredge's drop of a foul fly In
tho first gavo Cleveland flvo runs. Wllmot's
muffin the fifth and mlsjudcmont of McAleor's
fly In tho eighth presentod thorn with threo
more. Weather very cold aud windy. Attend
ance, 1,7ft). facore:
CHICAGO. R1BTO A E CLEYELAN D. B IB TO A E
Iiynn. rt 0 I I 0 u funds 2b... 0 0 3
Docker, 3b.. 0 1 0 1 l,llurkctt,lf 10 1
vWl.-not, If.. 2 110 3'McKcan.ss 10 0
Anson, lb... 2 110 0 0 Ewing, rf.. 2 1 3
Lange, cf ..1180 O.Tcbeau.lb. 2 0 13
Irwin, ss 0 12 2 2 O'Con'or, c 10 4
Pnrrott, 2b. 0 1 2 7 1 McOarr, 3b 2 2 0
Crtmth.p... 0 0 0 1 0 McAlecr, cf. 0 13
Klttredge,c. 0 0 6 0 1 Young, p... 0 0 0
TotaL.... B 78411 8 Total 9 4 2715 3
Chic.ICO 3 00020005
Cleveland 3 010201s 9
Earnod runs Chicago, 1; Cleveland, 2. Two
base hits Irwin, Lange, and McMcer. Stolen
base Decker. Double plays Irwin, Parrott,
and Anson; McGarr, Chllds, and Toboau. Base
on balls Off Griffith, 4; off Young, 5. Struck
out By Griffith, 4; by Young, 4. Passed balls
O Connor. Timo 1:45. umpire Mr. Swart
wood. Browns Bagged the Game.
St. Locts, May 19. Tho Browns won a
closely-contested game from Cincinnati to-
battod freely, but the flics did not count for
much, as thoy were closely fielded, notwith
standing the very cold weather. Attondanco,
ST. L0UI3. R IB PO A EICINCIXN'ATI. IE IB 10 A E
Dowd, rf.... 0 15 0 01Ioy,ct 0 110 0
rratiK,lL.... l i u u u ioiz, id.... u ujy u u
fehueart.cL. S 2 0 0
Miller. 3b.... 1111
Brown, lb... 0 013 1
Qulnn, 2b... 0 13 7
u bs o a i o
1'eitz.c 0 0 4 0
liroit'ns'n, p. 1112
u Lntnnm,3b. o o 0 Q 0
0 Ilolliday, If. 1 13 0 0
0 .Mcl'heeD. 0 0 3 2 II
0 Vaughn, c, 0 13 10
1 Cnnavun,rr. 112 0 0
0 Pariott, p .. 0 0 0 3 1
1 Smith, B3.... 0 0 0 3 0
Total 5 9 27 11 Total 2 421H 1
St. Louis 2 0 10 0 0 0 2 i 5
Cincinnati 0 10010000 3
Earned runs St. Louis, 2; Cincinnati, 1. Three
base hit WiugarL Home run Canann. Stolen
bases Miller, (juinn, Ely, and Ilolliday. Do u bio
plays ulnn and Brown. First base en balls
Off Breitensteln, 2; off Parrott, 2. Struck out
By Breitensteln, 2; by Tarrott, L Time 2.03.
Umpire Mr. Einslio.
Ilcikcs iTobnbly tho Winner.
CnicAoo, May 19. In tho contest under tho
novelty rule for tho Lako street elevated
"gold cup" In tho shooting "tournament at
Garfield park, YanDyko, who broke tho
world's record on Thursday, was beaten in
the final shoot to-day. The high wind made
clay pigeon shooting extremely difficult. The
indications wero that Hiekes would not bo
headed in the race for tho cup, which carries
with it the American championship at targets.
He scored 81, and his nearest opponents were:
Upson, feO; Heed, 79; YanDyke, 79; Grimm,
7G; Merrill, 7G, and Money, 74.
Gkicaqo, Mny 19. Tho 100-pIgeon contest,
under the Noyelty rule, lor the championship
of America nnd tho Lake-street elevated gold
cup, in tho thootini tournament has been won
byIt.O.IIeIkes, of Duytou.O.,who tilled 81 out
of 100. It was ia this contest on the first day
of tho shoot that VnudyLe broke tho world's
record, but tho famous easterner was unablo
to do anything In tho gale to-day.
The Clabrough contest was won by Rublo,
of Chicago, who killed 43 out of CO. Tho
Sportsmens ItoUew trophy was won by Hag
gerty, of St. Louis, with 23 out of 25.
COCKRAN RISES TO EXPLAiN.
Claims That His Words Addressed to Arch
bishop Corrlgan Were Misinterpreted.
To a letter congratulating him upon his
speech at tho opening of tho parochial school
exhibit in New York city Congressman
Cockran has sent tho following answer:
Ilocsc of ItErKESEsriTivns, if. a,
WASiUNfiTOV, l), a. May 19, 1S94.
MrDEAitSm: I received your letter, audi
thank you for the expressions of approval which
tou havo bestowed on my address at the Paro
chial school exhibit lu ew York city. I think it-
propor to state, however, mat wnue l cannot
Bay the press report of my speech was verbally
Inaccurate, It Had none the less entirely mis
leading. It is a caso of misrepresentation by
'Iho remarks wiich I addressed to Archbishop
Corrltrun, standing by themselves, might Indi
cate that I bad assumed to advise him us to tho
limits of his spiritual powers. Mich a courso on
my part would have been presumptuous and tn
dcfcusililo. 2o better churchman than Arch
bishop Corritran Is to be found In tho hlorarcby,
and no better patriot than M. A. Corrlgan In tbo
whole citizenship of tho United Mates. It was
because I felt certain of his cordial sympathy as
a prelate and as a citizen that 1 addressed him
directly when I doclared that no Catholic could
be faithful to the Church if ho were disloyal to
My whole address was an attempt to prove
that Catholicism was tho parent of republic
Ism, and that the Catholic Church could not,
tnercfore. In tho nature of things, be hostile to
democratic institutions. I had stated that tho
triumph of Christianity necessarily meant the
establishment of free Institutions, because the
universal domination of n church founded upon
tho belief that all men are equal In the sight of
God inevitably lod to the establishment of po
litical Institutions based on the principle that
all men were equal before tho law; and 1 con
tend that as tho democratic Idea of political
equality was tho necessary and inevitable fruit
of tho Christian doctrine of moral equality, de
mocracy was but Christianity applied to civil
Having stated that every step In the history ot
tho Church was a step toward republicanism,
that during periods of Intellectual darkness sho
had alwas held the light of liberty before the
faltering footsteps of humanity; that in the face
of privilege and arsolution she had always In
sisted that the king nas not better than the
peasant at the Judgment seat of Cod, I claimed
that this constitutional government was the
crowning fruit of. the seed which she had scat
tered from her pulpits for 2,tu0 years, nnd I In
sisted that no hostility botween Catholicism and
republicanism was possible, unices the source
was antagonistic to tho stream or tho mother
inimical to her own offspring.
To emphasize this statement in the strongest
possible manner, 1 turned to tho archbishop and
declared that, venerable, respected, and beloved
as ho was. If he, from the pulpit or altar, could
ever permit himself to utter ono word hostile to
republican institutions, his lips would become
vehicles of heresy, and If he became falto to the
republic, he would bo false to the Church which
had touched his hands with holy oil for the pro
tection and ble&sing of her children.
The enterprising reiorter who suppressed all
the context and reported only the language ad
dressed to tho archbishop has, I fear, succeeded
in conveying to some the Impression that what
was merely Intondod to illustrate an argument
was the chief object of my speech.
Ko person In the hall niisundcrstoodmymean
Ing, and Indeed no one applauded more vigor
ously tho vlows I expressed than the patriotic
American who Is tho spiritual chief of the ew
The statement that I used a warning gesture
in addressing tho archbishop is of such a ridicu
lous1 character that I would not stoop to charac
terize It. I would as Boon think of defending
myself from nn imputation that I had been
guilty of rudeness to the parent whose memory
I cherished beyond all my earthly possessions.
Yours, very truly, W. Boukke Cockuan.
HAD HER EARS TRIMMED.
A Woman Uudcrgocs a Painful Operation
to Impro c Her Looks.
From tho HttsbarE Dispatch.)
Neit 1'oitK, May 13. A jouns society
woman from Philadelphia underwent a pain
ful operation to-dny nt the hands of Dr. L. F.
Pitkin, of West rorty-second.strect. to remedy
n pair of cars which sho thought were not
shapely enough. In reality they weio not nt
nil unusual, either In size or design, but the
young woman thought they stood out too
much from her head. She sat in the chair
this niternoon, and, with tho exception of a
few spasmodic little screams, submitted to the
painful operation without flinching.
Dr. Pitkin made a long incision in tho back
part of each ear and cut out the V-shaped
piece of membrane. Then ho sowed up the
wound and drew tho ear back close to the
head. When one ear had been flxed up tho
young woman looked into tho mirror nnd
seemed to think tho improvement very slight,
but tho surgeon assured her that it was
greatly improved, and when both had been
treated sho thought they looked much better.
The doctor said bo had treated another woman
similarly the day before.
HOT SHOT TOR BOLAX.
Philadelphia Testimony to Show He Mjis
Not Anxious to .Meet Campbell.
Owing to conflicting reports regarding tho
disposition ot Walter Campbell to meet Jack
liolan nt tho Columbia Athletic Club January
31. 1801, 3Ir. Bolan recently claiming he had
been ready to meet Campbell, a letter of In
quiry was sent J. Walter Sehllchter, of Phila
delphia, as to the true inwardness of the case.
A reply bus been received by Mr. John Adams,
of this city, in which Mr. Sehllchter states
most positively that Walter Campbell never
refused to meet Bolan, but in point of fact the
boot was on the other foot, as llolnn refused
to sign articles presented nnd Johnny Corri
gan, of Philadelphia, was substituted.
Afterward Bolan is reported to havo mado
a bluff to fight Campbell for il.COO. but tho
bitter had not tho money, and did not believe
either then, nor now, that Bolan oer had tho
money to substantiate Irs bluff. Campbell,
according to Mr. Schlicbter. is anxious to
meet Bolnn nnd never refused to do so.
Mr. John Adams has been niter Bolan for
somo timo in tho interest of an unknown, but
so far has not met with succcm. Ho i3 willing
to meet Bolan, or representative, at any timo
ngrct-able to tlio latter, post a forfeit or entire
stake, and arrange for n match. Mr. Adams
sajs this 13 a chaneo for Bolnn and will sate
him tho troublo of cxjienso nnd time to go
elsewhere for a light.
Ruin Again Spoiled the Srort.
Baltimore, May 19. But two heats, the
second of the 2:21 class trotting and tho first
of tho 2:1 class i aclng, wero flnishod at the
Gentlemen's Driving Tart this afternoon,
when a thunder storm again broko up the
sport, occasioned a postponement of the un
flnisned events until Monday, nnd tho rest of
tho programme to bo declared oft. James M.
proved a brilliant winner of the second heat
in the 2:21 trot, Puck, tho favorito who won
the first heat yesterday, being a good second.
Tho striking feature of tho pacing heat,
which was won by Brooks, was his timo to
the half. l.-OT". The track wa3 only fair and
Princeton Was Defeated.
New Yohk, May 19. Tho third annual
Princeton-Columbia joint athletic games were
held this afternoon nt tho Columbia athletio
field, Williams Bridge. Princeton triumphed
In the first two yearly contests, but tho Light
Blue came off victorious to-day.
Latignc and Griffo .Matched.
Saoixaw, Mich., May 19. "Kid" Lavigno
has notified his friends hero that ho has
Bigned articles for it finish fight with Oriilo In
Now Orleans, cither Juno 7 or 11. Tho mntch
is for a purse of 43,000, and wiU be fought be
fore the Olympic Club. They will fight at 122
.Myers Tiles a Hill.
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against tho GcorgoW. Scott Company, Arthur
A. Birncy, Mills Dean, and Daniel Lougbran.
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Hudson and Carlton Stakes Were De
cided at Gravescnd Track.
DON AL0NZ0 WAS DEFEATED
Ed Kearney Upset the Calculations of the
Talent by Defeating Mr. Dwyer'i Crack.
Gotham and Hornpipe Were Winners of
the Stake Features The Besslts in Detail.
New lonir, May 19. The Gravescnd track
to-day was sloppy, and when the racing be
gan it was raining slightly, although it
cleared off nicely soon after. In spite of tho
weather conditions at least 10,000 peoplo
were present, and they were well paid for
tholr trouble, as the finishes were, as a rulo,
close, sharp, and exciting. In threo races
tho contest was in doubt until tho last Jump,
and heads apart was the order of the day.
Two stakes were down to bo run off, and
tho first was the Hudson, for two-year-olds,
and ouly threo tried conclusions without the
support crack in the mud. As soon as tho
flag fell for tbo start Gotham jumpod into
lead and from that on In gallop.
Then enmo the Charlton for three-year-olds
at a mile, ana Hornpipe and Halton wero
about equal favorites. Tho latter was not in
tho race, howover, from the start. After sev
eral trials the flvo contestailts wero sent
away to a beautiful start, and turning into
the backstretch Hornpipe assumod tho lead.
Dobbins held along in the third place until
the colts came Into the stretch, when he chal
lenged Hornpipe, and a three furlong drive
ensued. Neck and neck they rushed through
tho stretch, but Hornpipe came in a winner
by a head. Dobbins was a little short, but
when he next starts ho will be ready to run
for his life.
The fifth race was much thebest of the day.
It was a handicap at n.milo and a furlong,
and A'ax, with 11 pounds up. was a favor
ito. He flattered his backers by assuming
the lead at onco and stood there until the
three-quarter polo was reached, when he shot
up iiko a knife. Then Pickpocket, who had
toon sulking, began to join the leaders, and
into the stretch the order was Itamapo, Stow
away, Pickpocket. The last-named came
fast in the last sixteenth and got the pluco
from Stowaway by a nose, whilo Bamapo only
won by a short half length.
Ed. Kearney surprised Mr. Dwyer by beat
ing Don Alonzo in tho first race, and the
favorite. Hoey, got tho second with ease. It
cost Lakeland $1,300 to retain Hoey, for he
was bid up to that amount. The favorites
were nowhero In the sixth race, as outsiders
ran one, two, three, and selling platers, as
usual, wouna up a good aay s sport.
Fikst ItirE Ono mile. Ed Kearney, 38 fUelf).
4 to 1, won by three-quarters of a length; lion
Alonzo, IU (blmms), 2 to 5, second by eight
lengths; Lawless, 113 (Cox), W to 1, third, lime
1:13. Lorna Doone also ran
SECOND ltACE Selling. Ml rurlongs. Hoey,
119 (Taral). to 5, won by Ave lengths; Gladstone,
119 (Mmms), t to 1, second by three lengths;
Dolly Colt, 100 (Oriffln). 10 to I. third. Time
l:15V-f. Inrslmll. Addle, and Mmdow also ran.
Third Race Hudson stakes. Five furlongs.
Gotham, IIS (Lamley), 10 to 4, won by four
lengths; Jllrage, 118 (littleneld), 4 to 1, second
by half a length; l'rinco of .Monaco. US (Taral),
15 to 1, third. Installator also ran. Time 1.-0-44.
rorimt Hace Carlton stakes. One mil.
Hurnplpe. 1! (Tarnl), S to 5, won by a head; Dob
bins 1! (Klmma tol, second by four leugths;
St Julian. IS.' (Tamlr), at to 1. third. Time
1:41-14 Trig and Halton also ran.
Hmi lUCE-One ratio and a furlong. Itamapo,
117 (Griffin), m to 1, won by a half length;
Flckpocket, 110 (Bergen). 2 tol, second by a
uosc:btonaway,l(M(ltuc3ton),6 tol third. Time
'J.00. AJax, Destralnt, and Galloping King
iiXTii Race Five furlongs. Lamervellle, 109
(liallard), 10 to 1, won by a head; Daric, 112
(Bergen). 3 tol, second by four lengths; Chlco,
112 (Sloan), SO to 1, third. Time 1MH.
Mtfxth Kace belling. Six furlongs. Liber
tine, 03 (Macklln), 6 to 5, won by a length: Lord
Nelson, 105 (Mallard), second by halt a length;
Equation. 102 (I'rim), 4 to 1, third. Time 125.
Bolivar. Little Finite, Gloriana Handover, Vaga
bond, and Gertie also ran.
FAVORITES WERE NOWHERE.
Talent Failed to Land a Winner at tho St.
St. Locis, May 19. Clear, cold weather
did not prevent a good attendance this after
noon at the fair grounds, drawn largely by
tho prospect of a full-course steeplechase,
coupled with an otherwise especially good
The talent laid a good deal of money down
on the favorites, who consistently failed to
come in under tbo lead, not one landing the
money. The speculation, nevertheless, was
good, tho betters putting np their money to
tho end. The track was heavy and slow. Re
sults: First Race Seven furlongs. Tom Donohue
won; bale Home second; Mollie B. third. 1 lme
bKeoND Race Seven furlongs. Carmen won;
Rocquefort second; Hour! third. Time 1:32.
Tip, the favorite, threw his jockey at the llrst
Third Race One mile. LadyGay won; Bobby
Bums second: Postal third. Time l:4C-ti.
FOCKTII Race Meplechase. Two miles. Shell
bark won; Argenta second; False B third.
Time IKH. Uarzburg nnd Economy threw
Fifth Race Fifteen-sixteenths of a mile.
Theodore H. won; B. F. Fly, r., second; Izion
third Tlmo 1SK
Sjixto Race One mile Pioneer won; Fagln
socond; Dillon J. third.- Tlmo 1:
Results at I.ouisillc.
Louisville, Ky., May 19. About 2,500
people wero present at tho fifth day's racing
at Churchill Downs to-day. Tho weather
was cloudy and raw and overcoats wero in
demand. Only two favorites won, the other
four events being taken by outsiders. Tiack
little faster. Summaries:
First Race Three-quarters of a mile. Santa
Maria won; bister Anita second; Lewellrn third.
Sslcond Race Four furlongs. Stirt won, Adam
second; Anneta third. Tlmo 02DH.
Third Race The Kentucky Oats stakes. H4SO
added; $2j0 to second, $11X1 to third. Onv and
one-quarter miles, bellka won; Charity second;
Shuttle third. Time 2.15.
Fourth Race Six furlongs. Florlanna won;
Valiant second; Taylor third. Tlmo 1:1C$
Firm Race Selling. Seven furlongs. Pen
dleton won; Interior second; Invade third.
sixth Race Selling. Seven furlongs. Jim
Dunn won; Simrock second; Vallera third.
Results of Hawthorne Races.
HAWTnORE, I1L, May 19. Summaries:
First Race Onorhalf of a mile. Leo Lake
won; Elano second; Di-k Behan third. Tlmo
Second RCE Ono mile. Hawthorne won;
Logan second; Zoolyn third. Timo 1:19k
TiiirdRace Seven-eighths of omtle. Vassal
won; Despot second; St. Croix third. Time 1:34.
locRTHRiCE Five-eighths of a mile. James
V. Carter won; Ethel W. second; Tom Grlffln
third. Time 1-07JA
Firni Race One and one-sixteenth miles.
Patrick won; Fakir second; Westchoster third.
SIXTH Race Five-eighths of a mile. William
T. von; Ottyanna second; Equity third. Time
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Results of Other Games.
narrisbiirg, 2; Easton, 13.
Jl Inncapolls. 19; Indianapolis, 3.
Sioux City, 12; Grand Rapids, 10.
Blnghnmton, 13; Providence, 2.
Kansas City, 5; Toledo, 6.
miscellaneous Sporting Notes.
Jockoys Mason and Veltch have been re
instated by tho Saratoga Racing Association.
Jack McAullffe nnd Young GrUTo, the Austra
lian, may Lo matched lor a limited round ga
Pugilist Glynn, of Wilmington, DeL, will meet
Kambo, of Philadelphia, May 31, for $250 a side.
Clifford's trainer did not start tho horso in tho
Parkway because nothing special was to bo
Taxis, Kennedy, Arnold, Graves, and othor
crack bicycle riders are training at Hampden
Tho contests arranged for Tuesday evening at
Henry's opera house, Alexandria, promise to
draw a big crowd.
Owing to tho rain at New nsven yesterday the
Yale-Princeton college championship ball game
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