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Hanlon Hungry for Two Games
but Beaneaters Declined to
Take Them on Twice
Brooklyn Boston
Btrnn 3b Cooler If
1 Bljeckird1 If Tenney Jh
I Do > hct Slnnlfy cf
I Doyle lb Carne rf
Dnhlen ss Morln c
OlcCreery rf Auoatlcshlo 2b
I Flood Zb Gremlngor 3j
Hitter c Aubrey S3
jr Jon en p Willis p
k Umpire Johnston
Spjcal to Ttit rtf nlnr World
t1 Mass July 24Only one game wan
4 down on the cards for today FV > x >
I Hanlon tried to Induce Manager Buck I
nbergcr to double up ycstedays post
poned gamo with the ons rwrulirly
I BChoduIed but as this would compel
l Buck to use hh three pltjhfrs In four
enme on two successive ay4 the Bos
I ton manager demurred He decided that
1 tomorrows doubleheader was all the
i xtra work his cripple could stand so
1 one gnmo was the oidcr today
The Trolleyl > ojger < were disappoint
ed when yesterdays game was declared i
oft as It prevented them from accept
Ing a chunce to movo up into fourth j
place I
Joe Kelley and his Heds have hit the
toboggan hard of late but the weather
d and bad pitching have kcpt the Dodg
ers back Qerminy Schmidt was hauled
over the coals for not covering the Ini
i tial bag In the first Inning of Wednes
3 days frame on Carneys crasser to
Doyle that break being responsible for
l three run and riving the Hostons a
winning lend Hnnlon said there was no
excuse for a pitcher falllnu to cover on
that kind of a play and threatened to
dock tho next slab artlit who fell down
L on It
IF Old Jupiter put away his sprlnkllng
cart today and gave Old Sol a chinro
to how his beaming face no that nil
L things were favorable for a game Vlo
VKllj and Oscar Jones were slaloJ Jor
lab work anJ a pitcher battle was
P MiureJ The last time they met the
I little Callfornlan won out by a clse
Bouthpiiv Doescher Joined ths Brook
I lyn this morning and took part In the
IL preliminary practice 110 pitched a game
i for the Carters against the dymns of
Ii Woonaockct yesterday nnd was beaten
L 2tol lIe allowed only oven scattering
hUsbut loose fielding behind him
palled his chances Hanlou will glvo
him a trial tomorrow and young Pago
t will probably be at tho receiving enJ
Flmt Innlnv
Btrarig led off with a prp fly to Au
brey Sheckard was retired on strikes
Dobte was hit by a pllcheJ ball Doylo
L gent a fly to Carney No runs
Cooley laced the second ball pltch
to right centre for a base Tenncy out
7 Strong to Doyle advanced Cooloy to
pecond Stanley grounded to 0le and I
Cooley went to third Csrnevs roarer
own hauled down by Dobbs No run I
Second Intiltift
Aubrey to Tenncy was DnJOni finish I
McCreery was an easy out on Abba
r ttoliios assist Willis handed over
Floods puny grasier No run
Qlonn torrid liter weiu i > > ecard
r Flood fielded Bitty out at first Orem
i lager singled to left Aubrey plante1
I another hit In the same garden Qrettln
gtr tt > p > ag at jecond VI11U struck
out No runs
Tliiril I n nl n tr
Bitter fanned Jones boat cut a bunt
to Gremlner Strang hit to Aubrey
forcing Jonet at econd Sheckard
t poppeu up a fly to tAubrcy No ruiw
t Cooley was called out on strikes Ton
I 3eY was flolafl out At flrt hv Flo l
I > Btanley was disposed of In the same
wAyNo runs
1 FonrHi Inning I
i Dobbs drew A free pass to first Doyle
ItruoK out Dahlcn ripped on a clncle
to right and Dobbs went to third Mc
Creery walked filling the bases Flooil
doubled to right scoring DobLs and
Dahlem flitter fanned Jones was field
ed out by Gremlncr Two run
Carneys weak stab was fielded to first
by Jow Moran s IRXIH Lej < iU < ir
i = dropped cite Moran Mole second ha
t oversllil the bag and was tagged out
¬ Batty was sale on Hosd n lIuke Uroin
Inser singled to left Dntty stooping nt
it econd Aubrey snt a tly to Sheckad
No runst
clT t
I JMfth InnlllK
i Strans fanned Sheckaord walked
i Tenney killed a base lilt for Dobb by
1 < A corking stop throwing Sheckarl out at
I second Doyle singled to left Dobbs
t was an easy cut stealing third No
r Ulna
I Wills was out on ntrlkes Cooley
carromed one oft the right field fence
k for a base Tonnoy sent a fly to Me
I Creerey Cooley was thrown out at
i second on a steal d No runs
Sllal to The Erenlnt World I
July Jt The entries for tomorrow
lece s are OB follows
t TlreV Ilac Twojrtar > tda avs and a bait
t h urlonfa
I t Jatunla 103 Gold Tip 102
I I Nad iloore 102 Ikft Murphy 1
o Oradill b9 Mr Hjtcr Vt
I Head Lad iou llattlnood 11
1 fnlc 102 nellf at WaktHtll til
U OU4 Smll W Ibaw 102
t JUUA7 I 9J niimrnt 93
i lIooon4 Raea Alntrta SlMTechan about two
C pillwand a bait
In Lavatpr IC3 Tip Oatlaat 160
1 Eophona lit Fulminate 1M
Jii jdw rallllpi 1IJ Manllan 130
5fo iTrnw iuc Sejitunt SlakMi ili furtonja
liUafclpman 107 Sir Carter 107
I OnnndM Rliht 107 Yellow hammer107
JuTtaal Uaxtm 107 Tentaur 112
I fou A lUc Brltfiioi Derby mile ant OM
h 5 > filler tints 12G Chic Elwood 103
Bltodon it US Cardinal Wolier ill
TastaJua Cop > 1US Slare IOC
p b Jllrtl US
tad Cardinal Voleer Kcene antrj
a r1zt1a Ra ItaoJIsap mil and a lurlonj
Catta i U BatntMi w nn
1 tlwjer 110 sir Voorhlea 103
E r tentat J Pair
nttor fl
4asbJLaclIthg lit Mrlonn
I it 110 Drablr aix 10i
r4 to 105 Olcood 10
Ct Jue5 Tuitiii 94
a 4 97 On Frla jliiftj
1111 Mar Allen lot
i i lllO raranlaaa jjj
9 Isle j
e 1IJ OaadllDaVVIiLlS
ll3 Acoeloa lK
tr Amerlcnn
5tOL W fGctb
5 y cijE s Y > II
Manager Goes in the Box toj
take a Fall Out of the Bean
N ev Y k Ho lon
healer rf TiTVrv It
nibfrflplrt tn rvilllni 3h
Toroy Sb OHildi cit
Willlarri 3b Vifonun rf
Pultr cf IVrcnt M
0iF < rand If I i nnnrf Ib
Dnrr Ib rerrN Is
npvMK c frv pr r
OrJmi1 p rjlbson p
Umpire Sheridan
fltololl The nenn Wnrd
AMFnte TlAart OItnlO
Jlriy 21 The Boston ttvitn hrulevl b
Jimmy Collins put In nn early nppiir
one beta thlB nflcrnoin to try and Ink
mother fall out of Clark flrlllHis col
lection of hlqhBiilarlfd artl tM AH hath
team have managed to win a Bitnn of
the two which they have playnl the
proBjirctM wire that a bitterly contcntcil
tussle would r HUlt GrlfiltiiH men In
icillty ncold the gi mo more than III
llctneateii Colilnsn crowd has a gout
li > icl on th > AtlIellcH for first place mill
couU afford to suffer n defeat while n
scfuck for the Invaders would prolnhly
mi in the loss ot fourth pUo < In the
Ia t
No one reallzol tills fact better tlnm
1 rift himself and to bu sine that his
men would not lose the game ho iloclilril
not to allow Tannehlll to pitch nualnnt
the vliltorH and went In tho box hlniHiMf
A the Invaders chief Is twitting In
good form Just nt pi went his men
acvmed to feel n8 if they would win the
game In a canter and wnrmnl up be
fore the game with more ginger thin
they have for Homo time
A mire suitable day for the game than
that which tho veauier man furnUhtd
this afternoon coull not have been
wished for Tnc sun although hot did
not In any way make it uncomforta
for either the spectators or the plnyurs
A nice cool brcczo swept through inn
grand stand which mae the surround
ings as cheerful as If one was at Man
hattan Beach
Klrnl lulling
Dougherty started off by slanmln
out a long lly which Keelor gathered In
cnilly Conroy maJe a clever Iop of
Collins1 scorching grounder and threw I
the Ui aneaters captain out ut first
Olirlen was called out on strikes Only
six bala were pitched In thin half No i
Kielcr bunteJ ami Jut beit out rr
rlss t lira A u la Chinro < i WllI1e
moved up to eoonJ on Bbcrfeldn sa
rne which Ferris and Ii Clunco took
aaro of Comoy wis dlipoied of by
Ferris and Ua Chance Keeler movliiK
up to third VlllliTu thtn snitsheJ a
liner over ColUnj head and Into loll
for a liy Hcurin K cler with tho lrt
run Williams van caught sic Ulan ace
oiul on Crlgers throw to Ferris Ono
Srcunil IiiiiliiK
FroCnans out to Cunzvl Conroy
made a proty atop of Pariiit8 irrouiUt
und by a cuc < throw retiretl the bitter
at llrst LnUlunce was retired by Wll
lIam and Uanul No run
Dana pasted a fast grounder to TerrlH
and lied < it llrst MoFirliml tripled
along tho first IHIRP line unit as IVirlss
throw struck McKnrlnml In the head
tutu the lull bounded nwav Mac hml n a
trouble In Hrorlng main drew 11 bane
on ball but was doubled up with Ho
vllle on the latter grounder to Colllns
One run
Third IiiiiliiK
FerrUs lIttle roller W n sent to firM
ahead of him b > Prlf CrlKcr was the
ocnnd victim on II high bounder which
Griff lleldtd to Ginzt1 In time to retire
the blond backstop Gibson lilt safily
alon the third tato line far a sick in > l
stole leconj Dau8liety sent n griss
cutter to Williams and was in eisy oat
Mo runs
GrlllHIi was lleldi1 out by Parent
Keelor Mingled to loft but In trying to
make a twobagger was easily nailed nt
second liy Doughertys thro to Irrrln
Elhcrfeld went out Parent to La
Chance No runs
Fourth Iiiiilnic
Collins swatted the bal along the
thlrdbiso line for two bases Oanzclrf
muff of ODrlen lowline fly lot Col Ins
reach third and Olirlon first Kieemin
fanned Parent singled to left H orlng
Collins and advancing Olirlen to ncond
11 Chance also singled sending OHrlon
home and promoting Parent to third
Ferris kept uo the baltlne rVly wits a
drive to left for a Hick sending Parent
over the rubber Crlg r tiled out to
Keeler promotlrg La Cheuice to third
Gibson hit Mfcly to short centre sorer
ing La Chance Doupierty singled to
centle Ferris scoring Collins out Will
JAm to anzej Five runs
J i 2
rim Evinlie World will print all chillcnRca results of mmcs or
other nows eonocrnlnu aniatnur lioseball txnms In Greater New York I
and suburban town In the Spotting ICtlltlnn From tlmo to time aa I
space permits pictures of the cnptfUns or star pUyei3 of taanvj will be I
Addra all communications and pictures to the Sporting Editor I
tThe Evening World Now York
l I I
A w ow
Coy Juilxn umiM like to arrange lumn n rne lo he atseed on our grounds Ad
with Iririi Goron cliifn to thirteen rein dress C Froxm Miller and Uelnwrt ivenuct
olil Aitdreni KrcJ stickle No 303 Kn Flfiy I llrooxljn I
rdIt trt 1tIy
Thru od ptsers would like to loin a Irone
unlfirintil trill averaging nltfen lo veveturcn
Addrem John rnlon No 10 ICIng itrert city
The llcital n II C ouM like lo hear frcm
a ft v KOI J allarimiil pljyera avvraln alxleen
tn ai > tinprn Wont Ilkn to hear from teaCh
4verni tin fifteen tn nlxtorn for undaya and
hililay Ultra open after July Lit Addrtaa
Jaime ItoMy No l3j Third avtnue city
The Soul K C defeated the follanrlnt ttama I
Ju 4 and fj
Eioill K C 3 0 0 0 1 t 2 t 311
SVrlnhurat I 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 0S
Ialtrrlcf rrrderltka and linger hey hula
ami Walih
Scout F r 301 0 0 4 C 3 017
Uilona P f 0 23 102001 9
luilrlci Dlnstr anil Miiran hello Tulle aid
Villain Inn 0 0 2 2 0 1 t 2 212
Scout r I 4 J J I 4 1 2 a 2i
Ilattfrlci Kanie end Mkkry JIb and lloy i
Tie Itlilnrton Juniors woiM like to arrange
KaniM a Ilk ifima 1Ij twelve tu bun Mn
years Lout Itu k No 30 KhUnion atrect
The IVIInni I I r nlll ploy ttama Inn
to thlrtoi llnf UIl KnlxAer r f Srhllt
I I Inn f I Cjhflll 1 b Kuixt 2 b i
Uirlnelll 3 b Illkry a a Slernteld I
IlnVman p Ad1r < j Frank IItltmin No I
217 Hut One llnnlri1 and Twrlfth street city I
Tue Orlnrtl P C tttalft the rareyfll Hun
day July it by C COTe o < 2 i to X llillrry fjr
hr and M > istee
the winning Uari Gallicher art 11
Tin Miller II I C wul3 rkf to hear from
three god allaroun playerC Acetate > tCteC
jrarr I > Shfnurlnj lr riptai No 410
W eat tlllylWrJ rtrrcl sw YiK
e I C I
The Orchard Ilncjill Club of nrklyn hai
iuiilaB In Auxuit open tr outnf town tenma
o7erln aultablo lade meita AUrr a Ji > iu T
Cl Itord So BOS irlmer elrfct Ilrooklyn X Y
Tie 11001 P C ire piittlnt up gogh I
11 am noiilil like H hk tJiien wit I istnt
1 Ik
prifir > olal tMtn for Sunday garnel Hue all
Jeptfli rr open ldrea W 1 Manee MJS
Von ftrttht Irene lookl > n X T
Tile Ildfirl IliaiUII Club of harlem have
recrtAnxcJ anil are ready to close vn with
teeara aYCMstat aevetteen lest SatuMjy
atttnwore Sot Fundam opm Will bnok lanwi
for romlna MCI in lol ytayera antM Ad
d HtaNi SIHifrraal oro U ZofTer No
2dt Siv nd avenue city
e e
The Ynun Olanla eeatt the Alllanre
Jullnr hieIt dub lout Sunday July 19 by a
arc of t7 l 14 The Yauns hints are out
wlh a challons CI all tam from hon to
Cite i Year the rilnton A C pr fe rM Adi
dreca A rrlellaril Xi 5 Ooerck etrret city j
Ol > mpl Jr 0 I lOl 1 1 2 7l2
Krill Jr 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 f 2il
The ton A C ouM like la ooll cornea
wIlS turn Atrrailnf nln to stetson years
The Noiiiau unlfirmodl I D C baa Jiti
a > en for remaining part of leaseS average e All
teen lo tfteniyiwo lean of ate Addrejs 1111
ney Letey No 137 Naiuau arena Brooklyn
The Octltana are prepared to defend Uvrir
claim I Uie chimp on Catholic Club of New
York City To date the Cellani have de
feated many of the leading teama in and about
New Yelk Cty A few open datea on Sunday
in till Ox booked by addrcatlns Oclllana No
221 Ditt One Hundred and Fifth etrwt
The Saratoga A C would like to hear from
outoftonn team oTerlnK suItable Inducement
They have 1 Sinlayi In Auuat open Ad
d Joteph A Thompson No 320 West Fit
hth attest city
e a
Catcher and ho fle deri would lik to Join I
fi u nl 0 it Itirleni av aging thirteen to II
r teen Will furnish own unlfornm Addreia A I
iialaer No 101 iaat Nliityfourth attest cit
C C a
The Auiurn Junlora would like to arrange
games with Ira ta jtera iJX olevtn lo hlrsia
They line up I folloxa Heilly abort atop
Duffy centre field JorJon aecond blue Syrian
rl too e furrldon catcher Coatello third
lIMO Ilaph > le > right Held Newmark left Orld
Wallace ptchrr ddroaa S Jordon No 210
Rial One Hundred and Sixth street city I
a 0 C
Two Kood allari > jn1 players wanted o team
3 Kliu louiteen tn rirtein year old John J
Ilelherman city No 310 Kal ninhtyflfth lUeeel
a S a
The Dramlon would like lo hear from flr <
cliia ontfciii ttnnu anr < jln < nftren to ali
len inn Out of taco tuma prolerred Tliey
Una up as fMlona Oraff p Drown c OHrlen
Hi lilmaiith a Pildlov M narl nt 3 >
Hani r I Arnold cf JlcNMie rf Addreas
0 r liralie No 13GI Ulrd avenue cIty
o C
Two Rood allround player would like to Join
tlrcing team averaglnz tlililren to fifteen lead
Addrnai John hidan No 307 Eat Slityth I
trI flAt
At Iloulevard OrAl July 19
n I K
M A C of ralivmil 00001000 01 2 S
Orlnlnal II Cl r 01 100220 681
Xes York TIphon n I C ply Ih
1rety I I C at Cbppqua N Y on SI
urd kut 1 The New York Tlphne n I i
n hl aIaC a In cycle ooln Ih are decIder
CI tilling with 151cc Ilvlnl lull upn for
In rn Any Um clln ftty mlu 01 cl
an aeure SaturIay or Aundy In July or
uluit Ale Itg I oJdreu Jomea Poole ICp
lain nll mvntgorl SO Yk Telephone I n
C Na 2 3aat SlnIDh atreet
C a a
no lIerJ decatei the 1knwn
Arnal Junior i y a s re < 4 ta 2 Tho
wiahieri oiilt Ilk to arrange tames wilta
tPflha avaragin thirteen to toucteen rWI I
yaid flelder wontvI Mfo LI Thus No 1
ld SonJ avenue city I
The Million nas 6al1 Clu have AUK 30 and
al of September open to nratrlata teams aver i
acing fourteen years Ad Irrl Cornelius Whalen l
So 47 Kan KKtysecond street cIty I
rectal 1 The EvenIng World
GUAVESBXD July UTho galloping
hours were agrcoable ones the track
havlrvt Jrled out thorough leaving a
smooth fast surface Many racer were
sent over the ground 10 good exercise
and the one durng the work hours
vn An animated unu f
Honors fell to Trainer Tom Welsh I
who Hjipctlod tho KloUchinann racers Si
hula and Sakhtirtt threeeighths of a
mile In 03 12 Hollands Oclnnaha
stopped ono mllo In lFt 34 Long Shot
biuczrd n half mile In 051 12
Trainer Carter Lent Collector JOMUP
he furloiiKi In 103 12 Koyilton of the
Carr strlnc brfescd ta furons In 101
Tralnor rrayllns workcJ luth lioich nx
furlong ini 11S Mcislna wa br ezol
ono mile In 1 481
TrllmT VIIIIam Hiiexton had Voloia
reel oft one mile In 14R 12 Sis Hopklnj
turned nvcclgiith of a mile In 103 12
East Kolhton worked ono mile In 147JI
Trainer Wnrnhe stepped PaulcouLrUKo
I a handy tulle In 11 31 Ornat Crofslnir
lo Urn Graves ot breezed a halt mil
In Uo 12 Tralper Smith worked Cal
I donlte thto qUarters of a mile In tlJl2
Int Clvills Irlnh Jewel calioped ono
mile In 146 12 Mnxedo and Ponapa ot
Imll Smith string reeled off threa ftir
longs In 041 34 Itoynl Wisdom of the
< McLaughlin Lnt galloped a halt mile
In 05i 12 M Thej of tlio Bime StrIng
IIld tho distance In 053 Trainer ISd
Grave cent Com Paul six furlongs in
LIU 34 Mabel Richardson of the same
lot turned threequarlccs of i mile In
Hojxl Summons and Blue and Orange
together worked ono mile In 143 12
Hollands Reticent turned a half mile il
OU 12 Stonewall stopped ono mIle In
147 31
wxttlicf WAS clear nnd bright at tho
course this mornlnt and the track that I
had dried out considerably since the day
boton was In good condition W C
Whitney and his son Harry Payne I
Whitney were prescrvt to witness the
gallop and several newly arrived
Sheepshcid Hay rallblnls occupied seats
In Urn tell stand Many horses were I
shown during the morning and tho j
work hottrs were Interesting ones
S S Browns Broomstick Ilu < k and
Conjurer goIng In Indian tlio reeled off
three furlongs In 043 14 August Be
monts Magistrate breezed six furlono
In l7 12 II J Morriss Kallf and
Prince Chine covered six furlong In I
127J I
J A Drtnkta PHvnbe Vjthe onJ
Cimundrtim brrezcd aix furlongs In
13 12 Savable looki In good frttlo
and acted n < If ho could have run a I
bit If ha had been tvlloned The Cough
acres Stiblo Short Hose galloped the
mile distance In lK AIled breezed nvl
furlongs In LCD 13 J S OBrien s Wild
Plrarte turned six furlongs In 123 12 I
O Mlllfrs Adtfle Trimble did six fur
longs In 122 12 Tnlner Frank Taylor
hoed McChesney on tho track In oav
exorcise lad the racer never took a
ll top
New York FeatherWeight Will
Try to Knock Out Denver Boy
in Philadelphia Ring
What will probably prove the best
battle between featherweIght seen In
this vicinity In A long time will be that
In 1hlloJephla tonight between Young
Corbett All Hilly Maynard of this
I city They are to box six rounds at In
duitrlal Hall In Philadelphia and In
I dlcatloni point to the place being crowd
I c when the little men begin their bout
j Mtny New Yorkers Intend leaving on
a special car over the Pennsylvania line
nt 7 oclock which will bring them to
the icone of battle at about 915 oclock
Antong them will 0 many bookmakers
Including Kddle liurke Joe Vendlg and
George Conxldlne Others who will make
Ihe trip nre Terry MoOovcrn Sam Har
ris Joe Humphreys Max and Gus Rog
ers Johnny Consldlne George Veedcn
and Billy Hoclio
All believe Corbetlt will win before
the sixth round has been called and
they are going to the City of Brotherly
Love with money to but as they think
Corbett Hx iH against Jifuny unggn
In Iloston on Thursday night showed
iiuitu clearly that he Is In excellent
condition Ho says he feels strong
and that he will surely win before the
limit Ho hr rained for two weeds
at Atlanic City He will b looUad after
by Harry Tutlull and Wllllo Fitzgerald
Mayiiuru at his
own gymnasium at
One Hunured und beveniyseventh
Street unu inird avenue hate luted him
self well for Lute bout lie eiuunama
no fear or the Uenvcrlte ana xiyi ne
would nn soon light him every night I
In the week as not He one not Denote I
Loibctt or any other man In his1
class capable ot putting him out in I
nix round blen Kays llfo will show I
Uorbelt u row things of the manly
art before ho gets through ills lat
bjut with Corbctt In IMIIi lelpnla
gave him a lot of hil confidence
I am not going In that ring to try I
and stand Corbott off for six i unds
says ilnynard I think I can win that
championship nnd 1 am going to try for
a knockout from tho llrst clung of the
cong 1 nearly did the trick the last
time wo met and I am confident that I
am us good a man as Corbett If I
dont put him otlt I am going to out
point him R far that he will be com
pelled to fight me for the ohampioiuhlp
I have J100JO backing for such a battle
H H Rogerss Kanawha and
W B Leedss Norna Enter a
Contest of 60 Miles for Cup
Offered by J G Bennett
NEWPORT n I July 241or the
llrat time In many years the crack
fitcam yachts of the New York Yacht
Club rriuadron had a chance today to
test theIr relative merit for an Inter I
national challenge trophy offered by ox
Commodore James Gordon Bennett and
known an tho Lyslstrata cup I
For tho contest the ftcgatta Commit
tee of tho club had laid out n triangular
course ot sixty nautical miles orr Bren
ton a Point The preliminary Hortlng
SUM was scheduled to be fired
tl Ichlluled tred at 2
oVIock In tho afternoon Two of the
e < itcst yachts In tho fleet I H I
llogerss Kanawha and W B
logers Kin 1 Leedss
Norna were entered for the race In i
order that the Regatta Committee
might follow the yachts over the course
the commander of the North Atlantic
Hquadran placed at Us disposal Alnntc
pedoboat destroyer Barry wnioh has a
contract speed of twentynine rnlles
COl trat mies nn
hour or some ten miles In excess of the
speed of the competing yachts
The first leg of tho course was fifteen
miles to Vlneynrd Sound lIghtship then
twenty miles right mil to sea to n
injik fixed by a tug and twentyflv I
tulle back to the finish at Brcntons I
Kfef lightship Clear weather a light
northerly wind and a smooth sea were
tho prevailing conditions before the
The yachts were started nt 2 oclock
coming out under a full head of steam
Tho Norna led over the line the times
in seen from shore being Norna 201W
Kanawha 20225
The Kanawha passed tho Norna off
Scakonnet five miles frcm the start and
Kilned ctviUminll from that time to the
first mark The yaohts were timed at
the Vineyard Lightship as follows
Kanawha 24320 Norna 2461C
He and Mrs Corbln Are Guests of
Sir Thomas Lipton on the
Steam Yacht Erin
July AilJtQcn Corhln Mrs Cnrhln
and Miss McMillan wore guests of Sir
rhoinai LI > Um on board his steam
yacht ICrln today to witness a race of
tho ShamrakJ
Tho racing yachts set their sails at 8
clock at which time n liveknot north
wind gab promts of good racing
weather Both Shamrocks left tho Hook
it 10 A M and tho trial race began
about an hour Liter
Dig net oil Hull Gnmo
On acount of 1 bet of 1200 that has
been made on the game scheduled for
Sunday at Equitable Park between
the Metropolitans and the strong Mo
rocco nnc nn unusual amount of Inter
est Is being manifested over the out
come among the players of both teams
Tho Morocco aggregation are deter
mined to beat tho Met
Nnttonal ajcnajtii IAh4Inr
Club w L roj ciiA w iv Ic
riltiturr 51 25 K7Lllroaklrn U It 0
New York47 30 klfl l > w0l 31 i I 03
Chlcar 5 34 Kil Iaiiii 3t U iji
Cincinnati 41 39 U3rt IU 1tlrlilaji eg JjO
Amrrlrnn tennrne HtNndlnfr
dob W 11ICul W L PC
ButdJ 6 2 m Uttrolt 37 34 201
li Siid palatS 33 COTjcMMto 31 41 453
CilrtUn 42 U MIiEt lxjolall 4 < U
l4wUck1 U fffi W Maa > aJ6 t hi
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Evening Worlds Run Gives Promisepf Being
Patronized by 500 Cyclists
Cut this out and address to Cashier of The World
Inclosed find 1 to cover entry fee In The Evening World century
Run of J Saturday Aug 8
1 Sunday Aug 9
Club If any City
Section morning or afternoon
Mark which time you would liki to start 540 6 620 640 7 720 740
S A M Saturday Sunday 2 220 P M Saturday
riU I c tuiiuovu u ui UUMkta iuutu < uiU Um table of the run ax
mLle on receipt 01 eiurie unouauag loeam puuned on envelop handed
to wearers of badges at the start llttimiunio century oCeania beautiful In de
sign and worlcmiiuhlp IIANDBD AT TIE FINISH to every rider complet
ing the course within fourteen hours without further chars Right to reject
any entry reserved In case of heavy rain AT THE START the run will I
LENT take place R NOW the next clear Saturday bntrtes registered In order of receipt BO
face J I
Since the medals for The Evenlna
Worlds century runs of Aug 8 and 9
ave been placed on exhibition entries
have commenced to come In with
greater rapidity Those who have peon
the souvenirs to bo presented free to nil
who cover the hundred miles within
fourteen hours have been unsparing in
praise of tho design and general getup
of the medal In comparison with the
medals given on some recent runs they
are almost double the value
Nearly a dozen more novices entered
yesterday I chows the confidence In
tho run held bv wheelmen In general
when so many riders who have never
ridden a hundred miles before are pacer
to make their Initial longdlstane trip
under tho auspices of The Evening
World I
One of the letters received today read
ai follows
To the Captain otThe Evening World I
I will try t mnke The Evening
World century and hope I will havo
Century lionel Club of America Ex
pect to nrcelve Overtures from
lllvnl Body as InUlvlilanln
I Is rumored with apparently good
foundation In wheeling circles t lat the
split In the Century Road Club of America
ica which almost disrupted that organ
ization two years ago Is about to be
healed I Is alleged that the asso
ciation as the secoJers ore railed are
losing mombers steadily to tho older
body nnd now a concerted plan Is under
way by the seceders tr Join the Century
Road Club B Individuals and let their
menubersiipa In the association lapse
1 Is a fact that for tho past year
many of the longdistance riders in this
vicinity have held membership In both
Hides of the divided house anti now that
an end to the trouble Is in sight the
members are preparing to coluwito the
event by a love feast of some fio
Corbott Ileailiteri nn Objection
Aunlimt McGovernai TeRm
The appearance of Tim Hurst as um
pire of the Young CorbettTerry Me
Govern baseball game which takes
place at the Polo Grounds tomorrow
afternoon will < bo tho first bow that this
famous dictator of the halls and
strikes question has male thin season
In fact had Hurst refused to officiate
It Is doubtful If these lIttle boxers could
have procured an umpire aa the rank
Pac 10nORROW
ac t L T OA
Six cheat Bvcui htglnnln ai 210 PM
10000 Brighton Derby
5000 Neptune Stakes
nd it amlchd over Poll Court
Reached by All c a7 idled RoatM l
i t
better luck than I did on the ride to I
Philadelphia on July 4 On the Phila
delphia run the roads were very hilly
and I cnly got as far aa New Bruns 1
wick N J so my first try for a cen
tury foiled As I have ben wit on i
Ions Island several times and know I
tho roads are In excellent condition and
wIthout any hills I am sure I will be
ablo to cover the distance this tlmo
without muoh trouble Enter me In tho
549 A M division on the Sunday run I
ALKHED ru New Orange NJ
Here Is another letter
To the Captain or The Evening World
Century i
I liave not bean a reader of The I
Evening Word In some time but my
friends and clubmates have been talk I
Ing about your century so much that 11
read up tho particulars Ploaso enter
me for the Saturday division leaving at
6 oclock n about twenty of my friends
are going In that division also
Only a little over two weeks remains
before the century I you want to
ride In any particular division you must
send In your entry at once y each
jqiuwl Is limited to a certain number I
and nil names received after n division
Is filled nre transferred to a later ono
and file did not take to the Idea of de
ciding close arguments between
kngilts of the padded mitt
The following kick ha been registered
against bett rerry I team by Young Cor
bettPear Sir Looking over the list of
names down on MoGoverns nine to play
my team Saturday I see that he Is not
playing any of tho fighters who be told
me were on the loam when the match
wan made I he wants to play them It
18 all right but I am going to strengthen
my nine at once and have commissioned
KM1 Carney to ret me the best f ml
professIonal players In the city to fill In
the po Hlons where TiMed Intended play I
Inc my sparring partners
1ttrn Ltlne standln
Club W L IC
Club w L PC
pur lo IS 20 O Toronto 3 aa I
Jry Cly4 22 rSt Worteeter j n 5
Nk 39 33 M2 oolr 24 48 33
Baltimore 28 3 53irYl n 24 Gl 5 O
Waterboy and McChesney Arc
Assigned the Post of Honor
0 in Saratoga Handicap
In the opinion of HanrMcnpper Vos
burgh there Is nothing to choose between
Waterboy the Mar racehorse of the
East and McChe moy the wonder of the
We Accordingly they have been al
lotted 127 pounds enoh In the Saratoga
aDnd cap which will be run on tho
opening day of the meeting at the Spl
Herms Is concede our pounds by tM
two horses and Is on even terms with
Atlvancs Guard
Africander hiii 119 and leads then
tlirccye rold being rated one pound
higher than his rival for the three
yenrcld championship Irish Lal Say
able who finished thIrd In the HeaJlia
tlon will b Jlt < J to takn up 113 Oni
las E H Thomase second string and
Grey Friar neither of whom hat
started thIs season are rated even at
lot pounds
The full weights arc
Hunt iVtM lon Xrt
Iccn IlliSlave 102
Wolly 1 7 IJuWon IOJ
lomI Julith Campbell
Advance Guard123 jity hank m
Ouaitre 2 Igniter 112
lIens 10Iu iThancetlor103
Itn I Mettonlon led
Afrcander ljl1ianewoy 103
Irloh Iad 18Iahmonl
Oat 111 Ill Eugonta lur lo
Ol olh 18 Merry Acrobat 10
Tervatado 112 Wawitt 100
Pentecost ill South Trlmbl 9
Irlc 01 Melbourne alt 10rdlp 9
Sir orhiea
Ooln Maxim 11 51 Itera 98
Savable 11dSyrhlts 9
Poobl 131 yrln
101d Ao 121 Waranl 9
ronIo 110 neo Rube 97
wlh 10 lila lOmnence 97
Prhencer nll IIJ 1lneul1 91
CnoCI 109 Yardarm 97
Cuhnuau iIuIl4ley C Love 97
Gry Friar lOIUdl 97
Lu ra 1 11 Didte 9
Dnnlbrl 2Oi Flocartine t
Ihm Pall 107 Bob 1Ln D6
IDk Vater 107 Iweh 93
DIdunla 107 Ooror 95
ArlIt 103 Monte Carla 93
fllgomn 10 llIoCI 83
IIn Spbr lUa ranlalus Cal 93
Olmpls 103 Colonel Tyler 92
hunter flilnelOt DauphIn 9
River Pirate 101 rhino 9
Aladdin lOt lhaolon 70
Runnl 103 noan 9f
Zorlr 1031
McCh < sney the champion of the Wet
started from Qravesend for Saratoga
at an early hour yesterday morning A
special car was ordered for him and
Irene Lindsay together with two otheri
owned by Frank Taylor Special atten
tion was given to the shipping arrange
ments for McChesney Mr Taylor wen
aong to look after the son of Mao
duff A J Joyner will send Waterboy
and others of the ILaggln and Page
strings Tuesday On the same day tho
J E Wllener Perry Belmont and W O
Scully horses wi be shipped S
Lavator at IK pounds has been made
top weigh for the Alntree Steeple
cnase to b run at Brighton Beach Sat
urday He Is atked to give five pounds
to Topgallant and twentyone pounds
to Judge Phillips
Harry Rothschild a wellknown busi
ness man from e Orleans attended
the aces yesterday He came North
Intending to bet on McChesney but
finding that race Indefinitely postponed
he went out yesterday to give vent to
his Western sentiment through a mod
est bet on Birch S Broom S e
L V Bells Captivator was the me
dlum of a plunge Captivator In times
past has won much money for Mr Boll
He was nt a very long price the fIrst
time he brought home the money tO
Mr Bell He was aT a short price yetr
terday a
Arthur Ttedfern Is rapidly coming back
Into favor with the racing public The
storm of applause which followed hil
victory on Birch Broom In the Brighton
Oaks Stokes was significant
o S e
Frank De Haas Hoblson President Of
the St Louis National team was a via
Itor at Brighton Beach with Harry Van
dprhorst VlivPresdent of tb Brooklyn
Nationals Mr Roblaon would have
nothlnc but Blroh Broom In the runnlog
of the Oaks and both he and VadM
horst won nicely a on S tie race
With seven starters In the second race
there were seven freely tipped At po
time J A Caesars April Shower was th
long shot but he was played by his
owner and a narty of friends Father
Bills1 Daly was the choIce of many
hor men Water Tower and Stamping
Ground were well played and Athelroy
was not running S free S by e any means
John Bodcn the recently uppnlntetf
jrocirotary to the Kcnllworth Joclrejr
Club left for Buffalo last night
Khltal the Fort Erie wond < r wjm
thought to have a excellent chance tq
roneat In the lost race and he was wn
played by wise money His stable
connections loot back some of 1he money
won Saturday by reason o this foolish
0 0
The horses of the Columbia Stable
Te shipped to Sartg yesterdayS
August Belmonts nrlv to hoe car
the Nursery reached hero last night
from Lexington and will b used to
transport the balance of Mr Bolmonto
horses In training t Saratoga Belmots
In the shipment South with the brood
mares Imported from England was not
m1r no
subject to delay as has been reported
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the Irouble their w loeue teir tilcettee dont have to be urged to m to
nl Dut who kitowal Do youT yu rosy Ilot even aJ5lCT that you have any
aetous trouhle Why remain In doubt All Ibe ekl USIECT and experience
ot New Yorks Marter pecl31ht rl nt your lerelco for a FtER CONSULTATION
nlhnl 10 pay I you don t iaeed tretmenl An absoluU guarantee to cure It you do
Pfostatic Troubles Private Diseases
p inui utly curd no mtt cured In 3 to 10 days with
ur bow long utiutdlnr the ld out the uwe of poiioaoui
dluue In from C to Si tvfi sfpq tr olla
Varicocc et V 41ii nervous Debility
clrnd nltbout cuttlnz j4r Cure quick and radical la
tn from t to 10 tlaC Q 20 to 60 dnyi by mr own
Stricture f0 tj famous method
aiaIiaae a TL
Blood Poison
cUrd In 1C dma with i K
out cutttnc a II
d r u f or 40Ielt Erery rntlci ot pot
from bu lc on nmored from
frm y t m without ta
of rnajrcury or poUah
I MATCH NO CHAnaK lot a frlenfllf talk or corrMpouuaact 1 have beta ii > r
clailvtly treutloK private and Ecll dlitaiM of men lor 10 jrayvs Nolblnc tclenc
can david or monur boy la licking lu my offlca tqulpmtnt I will dc you hoOaIjy
treat you tUllfullv and restore you to htalth In tbt tbortott time with th ItaVt
Bitileme discomfort nod crptnia praetlcaM I utnnce to our any case tie
3etuk If n > n cannot call writ for my hem cur
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