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DESPTTH the unfttvorabla weather cotidltiotn and the muddy track, W. J. Cramer of tho long III- an Ainietic (jiug won mo iu,vw-uuo ran in n minutos i- 4-a leconas, urosn Ins the American record, nt tha Now Torlc Olytnplo tryouti. held under tho Muplcei of the Irlih-Amorlcan A. C. At Celtlo Park. The moit lnterealne event of the day U the Marathon run. In which only four men itarted. John J. Hcynoldi iron too over a quarter of a mile, his time being 2 houra, 67 minutes, 1 1-6 leo o&di. 1'he runner-were followed by two autos, carryinc cyclometrei, and at the flnlah of tho race they registered oter twenty-seven miles, which In much farther thin the regular Marathon dls- IBVSCV k 4 I rvi a fti r V hi fnnilif. aatag the toot that he was obllced to tiedre alont over hills and nlone tmAdr1 roadi from tho Jamaica turn ntke to the park, where the last half Eaa of the race wai run. Durlnit most oTthe tlme tne men were runnlnK tho Mta was comma down In torrents, and JTiitand the chllllnB effect of It and to iwture the bad road conditions they had tobe Posaeised of ttreat stamina. aiatt McQrath won the hammer J"J without much trouble, his heave i"jZr ri feet 8 Inches. Later In an ex JSlUon he made a foul throw of IK feet, a distance further than the missile has ever been hurled. Tho surprise of the day came In the two-mlle run, when the veteran Oeorae Don hag-, of tho Irish-American Athletlo Club, gave up after running himself out. DonhaR was 'out to teet his condi tion and had as n running mate Abet Klvlnt of the Irish-American organiza tion. Tho old-timer made the pace nil the way, although Klvlat waa close on hH heels at ex-cry stride. llonhig went at his task with the aplrlt that has carried him through Ms wholo career, but he waa unable to stand the strain, and Just as he broke Into the backtretch ho gavo up, lexv Ing Klvlat to finish alone. Klvlat's time was 9 minutes 48 4-5 seconds. Djn hag senmed to lo pretty well usM up when ho quit and said there would be "no next time" for him. Mel Rheppard fared better In his ef fort to come back, mil won the flftaon hundred metro run, although his time wa-t fearfully slow. Sheppird had as picemnleer Harry Glsslng, b'tt ho pre ferred to mak tho pice himself. OI.d lng didn't try hard and let Sheppird keep tho lead all the way, finally drop ping out In tho stretch. Sheppard ran with little of his olJ tlmu vigor and In the sprint for tue tape he wits almost beaten out by B, A. Hunger, running unattiched. Hunger closed up rapidly In the last furlo-ig nnd was only four yards behind shop- .pird wnen ne crossea me una. shep lurds' time was 4.1S4-S for the fifteen hundred metres, and It Is doubtful if ho would have been nble to do bettor thin 4.S0 had the race been at one mile. Colsatv 'Wine Truck Meet. Colnlc Unltrrtlt? won the until! tnck mttX of 1hp Ntn Turk Stttr Intircnllrdtt Union U iUm. IHon Coliite fomJ 1 0-10 polnU, u xunn ftl for Iliur.Uton Coltffe. 2 7-10 lor 6t. -.mrrDi, UnltmiltT ul 94 4-10 for Union. Two Nw Totk Another Worid's Record Broken; Shrubb's New Mark for 12 Miles i Alfred Shrubb, the wonderful English professional runner, who wan thought to be all In as a result of hU long cxperlcnco in the harriers' game, broke the world's reoord for the twelve-mile run In a race at 8prlngf)eld, Maw., covering the distance In 60 minutes 20 seconds. The previous record was 62 minutes 2H seconds, mode by Bennett In Kngland in 1SS3. Shrubb was pitted exainet four men In relays, none of wh'im was able to hold the pace for more than a few laps. Tho Ifrlton was In excellent condition and cov ered acres of ground without any apparent effort. BUU Interrollfflite AtWUe Union noorda brnkfn. Mould ot Colnt; lovtrtd th mirk In tlit mU run to 4m. SS I .St., two-Ilfll, of t rjc ond tter thn tlvn former reronl, bui In IS!' bjr tmrtndor of Hamilton. Wlih the bnun AVilkJnton of Cokatc tdrinrcd the lntereollrtR'to rrcorJ to 1M fet. Th old m-onl wit ISA feet 7H Incur, mtJe In 190t) by (loodfeU ct Kovti- tlT. Marnlnsjelde nanurra In Klral. Tlif Momlnmltlo Athlttla Club crlJ home n. other tolnt troiitvr bT tnr.ln tlw on nortrt It um one-htlf milt nin of tlx Hut tail Ath. Idle Club rf Jlount Vernon. Tlie MomlnsjIJe boil Kornl 00 lolnli n4 drfellel, tmonl otluit the llobtwk AthlUe Olub. IU mot tnrr.lnent rlttl. br H wlnlj". The I'enoent Athletlo Club wn third. 1th 1M potntt. I'eter Sooner of tlm ie. torloin trm. Iiretitrt the ttpe winner in the fut time of Sm. .H. Hofi lnUUI huil nl Ml club trop'il vt-ie wlthheM landing the uoertttnlnf uf Hootitr'i etllflbdKr U Mnite M t notice. KxctT Athlele IlrouU llci'orili, Three KxeIeT-Aoloier nccrdi irere broken tt Kirter. N. ".. In the Jial rooet between the tto CAVmlee. Ezetef wlunlnir Iry t tcxire of 71 iiolntj t Andoier'l . 'Kit JMtM dtsli rjronl of ii 5-S tei-onclj, ettbuhd T W. A. Rchlrk jr., lattr a ftmoia Utmrd ttluete, n broken h; K A. Tewhner ot Exeter, who corereil the ilii S'nce In i'2 J-S. . .Hirnr WortUntton. the Kirter kroa.1 lumver, added eit7it tnrnri to nu own rcc ) nuiklnx new .llettr.ee of S3 feet 10 Incliee. llnck the pole Tidier, wuo tet new hlih mirk of 11 fert 'J InchM, the prertoia record being 11 reel 1 Inches. Stanford Crew Need Money. Onlcit to the dlttlmltr In obtilninf funds it it nQeilbl"1 thit the Ijelind Sttnford crew mt not io to Pottsukecierf. to Uke ptrt In the Iniermi: iMlite rerittt. The ctew lj tnlnlnt bird, trd better l"" wn. mii' .n "A"" tn1' ""in wllhlnctou Vnd Cl IfornT.: " " Crescent l.aorossc Victory. I In ttu first null of ttieU saautl tnternitlosai t.iuu ptjie.1 loronto Unlreriur to t Ue it liar Irtal the pliy u u n Crw-ent" trrltorr, the Ilii rr" rMlrd.,.n iu ,K,,ui ' New tlrinoiirnt fni- PrnnL rine,.ii. hi i?. iim?ff,u" 'ilf uul "'''e,'lli' Amerlen.). I!.,.'",1?'.1'" FnU,.tiif non out In ILl battle iiin tnil'i"n lruk dutch to M Mm it unforee.Ti turru up between no ind tlw due fj" the rrttt jripple. which hu Urn rteflnltrlr t M June 14, one week ornr to fjt opealns of the IJemocrillo .Sitlml Oineent on. nd will tike lilt re t .the riftl. Reilment Armorr. The i'n Jejt will I to I flnllh. Ibe be.t two out of thiee filli. Ihe l iner to U- EMcliimr.1 Uie reconle,l berjeU1it rlumim of the world. The mitrh Vnndrrlillt'e float Wlna Race, Cornrll'ii Vulcrb.lt' Utj (he loot iJoop jich' Aurori erupted the finlili line t wlnLer In her Ahe won from (leorfe St. t'lnrhont liltlmi hi 3m. Sflt. U wti lo t tpedtl rice of the lnJUn llirbor Yicht Clab. to which ttn , htl ttrlxl. Deeolle rombiottlon of Im ikT " . ' nuilU toil (alt wtither. nine ytrhtt we're tbii comi.lete 1h- eourte. " 10 Atlileiirs .-sow anowintT Clnas In uuu tu uu-ui mji.i tne nlllioi'., i. it. AthieUce ilioweij their retl dtM. At lit .: Uia etnicik tlwtr striJo, nl wUh the eVtlifi plu-Krft tolne In ireet lliipt Ihtr will ,,!! w,....cu, down the tptie between them td Wlilte Knt It nit hare l.n l. M 7i. "un of tht. llbjlilini er pltchen. but .the ftct rrrnalM thlt Uie worll t chimplone hit tlie In) deidlr b!oi white In onr mldtt. The htSrlid Jim Vsixhn " ,". iST."'"' "'r.iaT mrn. ine as xnej uau jtuwoii euro win iiemoon before, Heavyweight Go In San Francisco SAN KIIANCISCO, May Jl.-Holdlcr lulller. fnfmMfK- t, . ttnltAA titnlna Army, and Charley Miller of this city win meet in me ring at Dreamland to morrow evening to settlo their differ ences In a ten-round bout. Tho fans aro betting even mnnev nn th hnitrv, tvel;hta and they look for a fast mix-up. r-iuer is neing backed by George M Anderson. Elder won most of his flshts on knockouts. He can hit nnd apepurs to bo very game. Ho looks and fights vcrv miKth tllcet llAh I-1tzlmrmma h n good punch In cither hand and Is a fair uvicnsive ngnier, Jlmmr Camil tod KuMrr Jtoche. Um futVr wtljlilt. ire down for t teu-rauml habile n.. arc rtrtiT little fellom whj fan be rolled upon to .ml up t fait ttrelUnlnur, j tfUT.QF-TOWN FIGHTin ST. JOSKl'lt. Slo., Mir 31. Frmiie Wfilttt of Cedir lltplda uat tlteu a well eirned ilc-Uion oter l'ranklo White of I'blriio In fKuni roundi. Ubltntl had thluavt til hit own wi; aflcr iht iccond. and the loci i.tpirrntl; aitcd White pi the teutli. ALBANY. N. Y., Mtj 31 llath Jirk (lno.. min. colored, of lloiton. tr. I John I'tttick U Hiorj. the Sotilhtrn wcltetwiUht, wen iIUqoiII. flril In the tilth rouod of their chnlulcd Itn round bout before the AthleU: ITiMLItlttn Com. ritir Ooodmtu ilillf.1 tod Mcllcnrr Hied to drtw him out ltd tho nfeiee ito.pel the bout. CINCINNATI. JltT 31. nefore t lirre crowd it the Lyceum TlietUe Willie lunell, the locil boy, end lobby llonoldt of 1'hllidtlphlt, went ten flit roiuidi. Thert wun't toy ilccltlon. IWynolila weul at a fiat illp during tho early round! tnd letmcd to hue I'urcell bewlldrred by tan eccentric ttyle of boiinf, but Willie soou rauelit on to hit ityle tnd erened mitten nn In dWTT, Wants Work Wonders. wisdup. I Wolgast Boxes in Phitiy To-Night (ilperlil lo The K t en lot World). I'lllLAUBI.l'HIA, May .11. -Light- weight champion Ad Wolgast, who ar rived In town yesterday, la confident of stopping the winning career of Younx Jack O'Drlen when they meet to-ntght at the American Athletlo Club. Wol K.tst Is In perfect trim for the buttle. Jiaving been training hard for some tlmo for a number of bouts which his manager, Tom Jonee, has nrrungeil for Mm, und savo for a little exercise yet terdsy ho did nothing In the way of work. Young Jack O'Drlen tlnlihcd his train ing at Atlnntlf t'lty yceterday by box lug revcrul fast round.i with his brother nnd Jimmy Toland, und his exhibition uf speed nnd strength was a revelation to thoto who watched him. They will weigh In t f. o'clock to-night There is more wear, style nnd satisfaction in my clothes thnn you have ever had elsewhere nt one-third greater cost. It's be cause I'm experienced in making as well as selling clothes. Moe Levy, ( sroen)y 119-125WalkerSt.,N.Y. BLUE This season, as a whole, among ready-made clothing houses has been anythingbut a good one, and many a ready-made clothier who ordered earlier in the season with the intention of re-ordering in the middle of the season, has stock enough left from his first order to do him for the season. I speak of no particular clothier this would apply to the great majority. That in turn has affected the woollen market, and I was able to-day to land a stack of fine Uniterl States Worsted Co. blue serges; goods that come 1 0 to 1 1 oz. in weight, firm in wale and as soft as a baby's cheek, which I am going to use as an inducement to make this the greatest month's business in the history of my New York Store. I will make this cloth into TWO-PIECE SUITS, lined with a fine, lasting lining, at a price of $n no There le absolutely no competition on these goods. They are the quality used by the average ready-made house which eelU suits for $18 or $20. I will have a piece of this goods out in the corner of my doorway where you can see and handle and get samples to compare with other tailors. I want 1,000 orders for blue serge fcuug tms weeK. IWHN ffl Gfl nl-l 9 . tSlO l alAH My ONLY New York City Store ... m MY STRAW HAT niTAIITIFSflHIIMl? I don't have to kid you along with bleach stunts or fake imported talk. With the quality straws I'm giving for 51.50, it's no wonder my straw hat business has more than doubled up. Real $3.00 Straws $1.50 Stores Manhattasn la Naenait t. art k. xai au 1 11117 I ('war. Mil K. I4h. tnr Hth Aee. 7 IU tNct Ave. iiin tteTAve, lt4v: i .' 113 raa4 M. llrnklBt Ml iiMmS. B-enar. 1ST Ii Arev, ea CMr. TUT. J Lord & Taylo?,. r e - fM. Men ys Shirts - Special for To-day and Saturday Negligee Shirts Attached Cuffs, Starched or French turned back $1.00 Values ,$1.50 and $2.00 Men i Shoes Our Low Prices for Good Shoes arc possible becuuso of our very large output. The lnrge and varied stock wo carry the year round enables us to fit any foot anil gratify every taste, possible with ready-made Shoes. Goodyear JVelted Shoes $3.95 & $4.95 Usuully $5.00 to $7.00 Semi Bench-made Shoes $5-85 Usually $8.00 and $10.00 Broudway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St. it I IT NUKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED AVORLD "WANT," AD. WILL fi AND ST M, .-'k ' ... ' . - , w - ' ee . , I Open Evenings till 9. Saturday 10.