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SPOPTS
ITINS HIS THIRD STAKE.
BBOOM STICK'S FI\E FACE.
Takes the Great American at Graves
end Irish Lad's Broadicay.
The Brooklyn Jockey Club arranK«l a programme
of BituauaJ ■ Oeaes for itp patrons ISB IST ta|r<
nv.il ihe ha!f holiday -vowd which flocked to th»
club's sMBWon at iliavrsend as^umc^l r>ve.n greater
r*"oportions than commonly. Bctw«^en thirty thou
f*r.6 anA thirty-fiv«» thoufanj people passed through
th«^ txtrastQcs, «tclasive of a couple of hundred
aabls*. who K»t laal t\ith aasaates facility, and kept
•:»)«• Pink«»rtnn FlcnthF on the lump irMoring them
»n thoir mothers.
lie Rafnrtia? ofT^rinc fn**lu<lr>«l In the way of
frs»tui«»B the (Smit Amrrlran Stakes for twn-jrar
(■Ms. at five furious.';, witli a guaranteed value of
Jl2>"»>: the Broadway .-•• ; <k' - for three-year-olds,
at a mile and ? sixteenth, and the Kensington
■lasjiMlsMs Handicap for ii*- jumper*. at about
two ~iil<>»: In addition to th«*pe contests there,
was a handicap for the older division at six fur
loncs. and a couple of Felling affairs for the plat
ers. The name* of two equine Ptars of unusual
briHianry were on Hie entry liet. and wrr»> «uf
nc*ent in themselves to bring together a great con
course of horse racing patrons.
Irish Lad. the three-year-old winner of the Brook
lyn Handicap, was scheduled to start in the Broad
way, and Broomstick, Captain "Sam" Brown's un
eonQuered two-year-old colt, was entered in the
Great American Stakes. The latter race proved
merely another medium by which Broomstick added
lustre to the colors ho carries and renown to
Ben Brush, his distinguished sire. The colt's name
was saSdeat to cause a deal of scratching on the
part of owners and trainers with available mi
terial for the race, and at post time the number
of his adversaries was reduced to six. The young:
er Sir. Keene'B Palmbearer. J. B MaGdcn's pair of
youngsters, Afibell and Alliance: H. M. Ziegler's
3>on John and Luxembcurp and the Goughacren
Stable's Bryn Mawr all declined to face the Issue.
The market never offered a generous price apalnst
Broomstick, and he went to the post at 7 to 10
and out. The talent, J«luetant to take this price,
even apalrißt an unbeaten performer, played W. O.
"Whitney's Meddler colt Stalwart and Frank Far
rell's shifty Tim Sullivan, in th* forlorn hope that
something might happen to defeat the favorite.
Nothing did. however. Broomstick placed hlm?elf
beyond any danger of Interference from the first
jump, an A Odom, the regular stable Jockey, had
merely to sit still and his mount did th° rept.
Stalwart made the best showing of th" others, but
he was plainly outclassed, bo far as the Ben Brush
youngster was concerned, and finished an indif
ferent second, with Tim Sullivan third. The Ois
tance waa covered In 1 minute, which equals the
best previous time for the race, made a year ago
by J. R. & F. P. Keene's Dalesman. As Broometick
carried US pounds yesterday — ten pounds more than
the Keene colt— his race must be considered the
better performance- Those who finished behind the
first three colts were M. Murphy's Baseful and
James V., Arthur Featherstor.e's Haranpue and the
"Western Stable's Pol Roger, an added starter that
finished a very poor last.*
The winner already has won Che Juvenile, at
Morris Park, and the Expectation, at Gravcsefd.
and if the title of champion men bestowed right
now it would fall to him.
Although Irish Lad took up his full impost— l 26
pounds— ln the Broadway, the task, after his per
formance in the Brooklyn Handicap, when he ear
ri*A 513 pounds, did not seem too much for him.
and the layers promptly made him a favorite at a
price which prohibited all save the plungers from '
playing him.
It was to he hoped that the stake would result
In a meeting between Irish Lad and Shorthose, the
fast Boa of 1 fill ll liH,. who won the "Withers in the
purple and black of the Gcughacres Stable, but al
though the Candlemas colt was conceding five
pounds to his rival. Captain Presgrave did not
nee. fit to start the pride of Philadelphia, and Short
hr. was withdrawn early in the afternoon. Right
ful, John W. Schorr's Pirate of Penzance colt; K.
R. Thomas's Yardarm. who has proved a grievous
disappointment to his young owner in his Quest
of turf honors, and "Father Bill" Daly's Orloff.
obviously In too fast company, and the Mexican
Stable's Bassetlaw filly Daisy Green also were
withdrawn. When the blue pencil had finished its
Trork, August Belmonfs Fire Eater, by Hastings-
Fides, with 114 pounds up; J. Dunbar's Lamplighter
filly Stamping Ground, 10G pounds, and the good
"Western filly Floearllne, 10» pounds, were the only
ones left to go to the post in a laudable but hope
less effort to wrest the laurels from the great three
year-ojfl.
Fire Eater appeared to b* backing up when the
tale was rcJeased, but with the exception of his
tardiness In getting away th« start was an admira
ble one. Stamping Ground showed the way for
th* flirt few Jumps, but It was only on sufferance, .
end when Burns, on the favorite, went after her
i «he relinquished the lead without a struggle. The
I tame tactics were pursued with co!t as in the
' Brooklyn Handicap, and he was sent out in front
to maXa the pace. He had a length the best of it
turning into me backstretcb. and he went up 'the
straight In a. big ga4iop, his head Up and oars for
ward. Stamping Ground wa.« his nearest con-
T<-n<J<>r. a Jength away, with Flooarline third and
fire Eater— apparently in the dumps— a bad last.
This was the order maintained to the top of the !
stretch, when the Lamplighter filly gave place to
Fir.,-::- The Westerner, however, could never |
get near enough to Irish Lad to make it interest- |
ing, and although Burns «hook his mount up once i
in the last furlong there seemed little real occasion
for it. and the i 'it came homa by himself. It can
not be said that the contest, with its rather me
<Jlocr« field, added materially to Irish Lad's fame,
"but it wa* an excellent preparation for the Amer
ican Derby, in which the colt will start at Chicago,
and It if likely thai the victory will tend to shorten
tr.e odds against him not a little.
The ten performers in the Kensington fteeple- i
ch»u?e furnished the beat race that hap been run '
through the field this year, and the finish between
Eophone. The Ragged Cavalier and Walter deary
was of the port generally confined to old sporting
print*. The three took turns showing the way
after Rising Sun had relinquished the task, and it
ssesned anybody** race «« the fl^:^ turned into the :
main track. Eophona came with a. valiant rush,
however, and overhauling The Ragged Cavalier.
■•Ron by a neck under the wire. 'Waiter Cleary. the
favorite, was only a half length behind The Rapped
Cavalier for place honors. W. C Daly's Fabius
■nd T. Hitchcock. Jr.'s, Fred Ackermaa. both fell {
at the fence, rest the water jump. Green, who rod*)
the Hitchcock rue. was severely but not dan
gerously tun. Houlihan, on FabluF. escaped with
out Injury.
. Newton Bennlngton's good campaigner Royal, on
whom O'Xcli-rode an unusually strong finish camp !
■with a Kraal rattle In the last sixteenth of the
handicap, and, catching St. Daniel, made him pur- I
render first place. AstaHta, the favorite, ran un
tilaced. In a sprint for two-year-olds at five fur- •
longs. Tol San was left at the post, but it is doubt
ful if she could have caught Mlmon, who won from
PoTHpano and E&credus. Tribes Hill wen the last
race from the favorite. Leader. In all three favor- !
Jt*s won. ,
■■MARIK =
FIRST RACE — Handicap: 3 years and or»r; about « fur- j
'"Tien.
f— B'ttinr.-^
El. PI.
•fewton B»nnlnrton'» rh. h. ' ; •»! '•"•■
r^andiema*— Falcon. S. 13
•O'Neill 1 £— 1 I— !
ft. Daniel. 3. li* 9 Martial? 10-^1 4—l j
Ft. Finnan. 6. 110 (Bums.. 3 7—l B—l j
j New York. 4, 112 CReddlngtOnt, SO to 1 and 10 to I;
>»*jtrlta. S. 115 (OdotD). 2 to 1 fend 1 to 1: Krlstr.*, S, '
210 <Cochra.xi). 12 to 1 and 8 to 1; Invincible, 3, 110 |
<lta;be»fc> 3" to 1 and 4 to I; Durazzo, 3, 101 «Ccr.r.«*lt. i
SO to 1 and W to 1; lllyrla. 8. 100 <D. O'Connor), 30 to 1 j
t?i4 10 ro 1; Futuri'a. S. li«} <Ga.nnea). 20 to 1 an' v to 1; j
<--apUvau>r. 3 »!♦ tCusmisfs). 30 to 1 and 10 to 1; Mi»s i
Iwprothy, S. S3 ' .«01i... 30 to 1 and 10 to I; Mldniet.t
*"himeii. 6. !«c» QlcCafTerty). MM to 1 and 40 to 1; Xav»
rota. a. if' <Ti* Souu.) IS to 1 and « to 1. R«Jv«t«U«.. 3
ft- \Cr**.ru?T ■ . 200 to 1 unit •«< to 1. or! <;<r.ci-* . 4. S.
.Kir.pi. V) to 1 and SO to 1. Bli-o ran. Start la r. Won
<*.riv!i.j . Time, . :Ift.
EDCOXD RACE— THE ■riiniMllrOli STEEPL.BCHAEE
HANDICAP; 4 >••«!-• end owr, about 2 miles.
3. E. Wltfeecr'a Uk. ( Eophcne, by
Hlftl«tto — V«t<talU^ «. 342..<Dcnohue) 1 — 1 2.4—1
•Tt.o R*gK«d CavaXi^r. 4. 145 <Smlth» 2 4—l4 — 1 6—56 — 5
Waiter C3«»ry. <".. l. r .4 ..Mare; 3 3—l3 — 1 «--
Juit« Phi!!'r* 6. !52 (Johnsons, 15 to 1 ana 6 to 1 .
Keponset. «. IV' <Ra?», 6 to 1 and 2 to 1; •OHtssr
J > if»»on, 4. 14 (Heidfrr). ■;•■-•• vmj*r Ii«.
6. 155 (VC. Heider). £ to 1 and 2 to 1; -yr-rQ Ackermcn.
I, 13l> "5. Onan). 10 to 1 and 3 to 1: tFa*>iu». «. 133
(Houlihan). &•• to 1 \rid ft* to '■. ?r.J *hu: - .-!. a. i:> 4
<BL H«aw). 10 to 1 and 4 to 1, also ran. !-?art SMt.
•Woo driving. Tim«. 3:57. *C. D. Francig'a «mtry (con- '
pled In th« b*tuii«). tFell. jPulled up.
THIRD RACE— THB GREAT AMERICAN' f-T.-KF?: 2
yetr-clit: 5 furton^s
6. E. Brown* b. r. Broomstick, by B*n
■i— ii 125 .(Odomi i 7—lo7 — 10 out
6t*Jw«rt. 115 — (Burr.*) 2 2—l 13— 2->
Tim Snlllyan. K. <Hoar) 3 7—l «—
Hararxru* 115 <Cochrmn>. SO to 1 and 10 to i; # Ba»<-f ul. '
115 (Jen3tw>. 20 to 1 and 4 to 1: *James V. 116 (ilart. *t),
£0 to 1 and 4 to 1. end Paul Rogers, 115 (H. Michaels). ;
M to 1 and tS to !. also ran. Start pood. Won easily. •
tn-ne. 1 **>. 'ilurph* entry (coupled la betting).
rOI'RTIf RACE— BROADWAY STAKES; a-v?ar*-olds:
1 i- 10 iiiil"s.
Wrsthury Ftahlf's br r. Irl»1i LM. by
<;andl»n>an — Asrawgram, li' 6. . . .iPiimi 1 1 2— » nut_
rioeartln*. 108 (Wonderly) 2 T— 1 I—l
Stamping Ground. 108 (Mi-ha»lFtS SO — 0-1
Hire Eater. 114 IMMW 4 to 1 and 1 to 2. also ran.
Ptart fair. Won fwily. Tim*-. 1:47.
FIFTH RACK— P«-!l'nit; 2-year-old!'; 5 furlf>r,r«.
Prank Tarreir* eh. f. Mimon, by Hen
Ptrrmo— Ov«r the Water, fit .(Rotlson) 1 13—3 I—l
Pnrrpnnf. 105 (Mathews) '£ 20—1 B—l
Ss< r- -I'ir. 104 (Cochran) 3 — 1 2—l
Any Day. 102 .<TN>m 6to I and 2to :I:: I: Rl™*!l"'R 1 ™*! 1 "' •
lor. (Boms). » to 1 and I to 1; Listnway, » (WllKerson).
M to 3 and 12 to 1 ; Mica Nancy, 104 (Creamer). 2u to 1
THE START OF THE 440-YARD RUN AT THE NEW-YORK ATHLETIC CLUB GAMES AT TRAVERS ISLAND YESTERDAY.
«n<i r to i- Ktasatara, iot (XMDaels), no to 1 anil is tn
PswertTone.M PColelftan). M to 1 ana * CO 1: Wa-ant
100 (Fisher* 20 to 1 and X to 1; Excentral. M
SIXTH RACE— Felling: 3 years and o\-er: 1 1-16 miles.
3.-U Mo^nnis's br. c. Tribe* Hill. hjT
l^ukct. '4 MV.V.V... (Waterall.3 10-1 4-1
Kfmwf', 4. 11l <O-N>11), 3 to 1 and . to B =, M *"
HftwsM 4 111 <Burnc). B to 1 and 2 to 1: Ithaii. a, . V 9
■> t» 1: Iv-rna. 4. 04 cMc-rsffenyi 100 <n
ard 2 to 1. »"po ran. Start pood. Won driving. Tim*.
I:4SH. _^
GRAVESEr4D ENTRIES FOR MONDAY.
first HACK— Mar**, three srears old and upward; r»ll
*n|t. Six furlnnjt*.
Vamp vt -' Name Wt.
Ml.s Porothr iftljNVUher 0n*..... M
irtenal 10+IFcntenay - ••«
S on -:::::::::::: »hS«SSS!SS: |
$Bt :--:::::::::^^-^.:::v.v.:::::::: --:::::::::^^-^. :::v.v.::::::: I
ID^^---:::::::^!^-^ r :::::::::::: i
Prarkl"EFher- :.- CTiLafs o' UnSen |'
SaryWordT. Wi.Blue Banner 85
SECOND RACn-Three-year-oW*. One mile- and seventy
Hui^tboura*. --• 12 2!T«»??« B*sB *5- ■•• io?
c. Dan!*l....* 112IAnck*- i"'
Rrf Knight :::::::::: naiStaapta* Ground _. 107
Boutonniere 112 MatchleFS - «*•
?.^55r. ............ -----^ •-::-?
i nk 112|Epcuri*l -
k&^v.-:::::::::^;^^^-:::::::::: «
THIRD' RACE— MAKHANSET STAKES: for two-yeaiv
olds. Five and a half furlongs.
MasMtato .. - 122|B B th Beach 11»
Prinmonian 115 Monet - "»
Rrooklvntte 115 Vagary — * iii
L«xaniU.ui-|r -. UsiTin, Sullivan "*
FOURTH Three-year-olds and upward. Mils and
a half. , ■
jr, rln i, _ l26|Carbuncl*. -••• *™
ffln .v.::::r isoicha.. Eiwood -...
Herbeit 11l Ethics -•■ »•
Rlennater 107 Contend — Jf!*
T ; * ' Rival .'.". ' nylna: Buttress W
• -ity Bank 10S, Torchlight - *7
FIFTH RACE— Three-year-olds and upward: Eelllnß. One
mile and a furlong.
Dsßto l2o!Lady Potentate .. 103
Water Tower llllßar If Due 101
Zoroaster no|KorU*ra<* « 101
St Sever KMiGlOrKoa »|
A rden .! 108 Ella Enyaer »»
Knight of the Garter... 1"X
SIXTH RACE— Maiden nnif?: o-jear-olds. Five fur
loncs.
Apjrte i^wij. H«acfoi mim.. ij»
Luminosity 1^! Inquisitive Girl 10»
I>e 111 l— J - 109 ' Procession }°»
M!*e Shylock 1(* Fluella J" 1 "
Ocean Tld- - 109 I^fly D0t..... - K»
M Theo. - 10&|Miss Heatherdown 108
French Matron ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 "'-'
SEVENTH RAC^:— For maiden two rear-«a«s, fllltes.
Fiv» furlongs.
Zelller Ki!>]Thlstl* Heather.. 1*»
D*rap> .- lOOIWar TUstls W\
Llda l^lb U*!Wl!d Tfclatl. j«» I
Respond* 109 < St«pa»Me ]' m
Caddie Mac l«H»!Band-»rllla ™*
Yo San HWltSortcake l " J
M'CHESNEY WINS HARLEM NATIONAL. j
He Runs an Easy Race— Jockey Receives
the $8,000 Purse.
Chleaeo. June 6.— McChesney^ the West's preat
thoroughbred, won the Harlem National Handicap
to-day. At every turn in the race he was a winner.
Every step of the way C. Gray, the Jockey, held
him where he could gallop to the front. Ho ran
strongly and easily, and pot as honest a verdict
an the turf has recorded. GallopitiC und*»r the wire,
going- almost as he pleased, he beat «r*>Kor K. the
popular thr-e-year-old. by a length and a half.
MeChesney's owner. K. E. Smathers. gave Gray,
the winnin* Jockey, the entire purse, a 1 ™"111""?
to 58 000. Th« horse's rubber received $l. f «>>. M.C-
Chefney carried the top weight of 127 pounds on a
heavy track, not to his liking, in a big field of
nineteen horses, which was delayed seventeen min
utes at the post. Gray, who rode McChesney be
cause Bullman wan injured In New-"iork. did all
that the Eastern rider could have accompllsnea,
nn<s probably more. • .
The time was 2:10»». which was frood, conFiaenng
the track and conditions.
PADDOCK PARAGRAPHS.
There was a rumor at the track yesterday, which
seemed to be well founded, that "Snapper" Garri
non, the one time great Jockey, had accepted an
offer to go to England and train for a prominent
stable there.
There was a great deal of rough riding: yesterday,
in spite of the fact that Fuller had been pet down
for five days on Friday for this offence, and in the
first race Durazzo was so badly cut flown that It
will be a long tim* before he is fit again.
Eight carloads of yearlings from J. B. Haggle's
Elmendorf Stud, in Kentucky, are expected at
Bhe-epshead Bay to-day.
SURPRISE IN CORNELL ELECTION.
Jut tclecbath to '«; tribcm:.]
Ithaca, N*. T.. June 6.— At its meeting last night
the Cornell Athletic Council departed from custom
by electing C. M. Dravo, '04. of Pittsburg. manager
of the track team. Instead of R. Berry, '04, who haa
acted as assistant manager this year. The usual
practice is to elect a Junior as assistant manager
and to make him manager in his senior year. Berry
was elected assistant manager over Dravo last
fall Borne criticism of such a radical departure
from precedent has been expressed among the un
derpraduates. The only reason which the athletic
council gave was that it considered Dravo the bet
ter man.
<■ P. Brady, *A 4. was chosen football manager;
H. F. Vincent. '04. baseball manarer: W. H. Al
drich. ''■! crew manager, and B. O. Williams, "05,
assistant football manager. Professor Durand was
elected president of the council and B. S. Cushman.
•03. graduate adviser for football. The 'varsif. "C"
was awarded to sixteen track men. and to W. L
Bowman. '04. of the Cornell fencing- team. E W.
Jameson, '04, was elected president of Cornell's
lnterscholastic league.
Jl ST WATCH.
When yon fire tnruujjh uitb this part of
the paper, build It to the .Madam. Se« if she
does not hunt up ii... "Little Ada. of the Peo
ple" the first thlntr.
NEW-TOW daily -TRliSmfE?, gtr»fljA~r, are** 7. 1003.
THE N. Y. A. C/S GAMES.
(LOSE FINISHES
Well Known College Athletes Win
at Travers Island.
Under the most favorable conditions th« New-
York Athletic Club ljeld its seventieth games at
Travers Island. the 1 picturesque country grounds
of the club, yesterday. The heavy smoke and fog
cleared off there, and a bright sun, with almost
perfect -weather, greeted the athletes.
There were no records broken, but close finishes
in nearly all the contests made the meet just as
interesting as if there ha.l been. Several of the
well known colleges had their stars entered, as did
numerous athletic clubs. Yale showed up well in
nearly every one of the contests In which ehe had
representatives. F. G. Beck, of "Old Eli." who car
ried off honors at the intercollegiate meet at Berke-
ley Oval, the Saturday before, when he made a
new recor.i for putting the sixteen pound shot, was
the principal man in this contest yesterday, winning
It easily. He was the scratch man. and sent the
shot 45 feet 44 inches. F. G. Callahan was second,
with 3S feet 3 Inches.
One of the best races of the day was the two
mile relay race between Columbia University and
the N'ew-Tork Atlilatic Club. The two teams were
composed of four men. each to run half a mile. O.
M. Bishop. Columbia's track captain, ran with E.
H. Pilgrim, of the New-York Athletic Club, in the
first Jap, and gained half a lap. In the second re
lay. W. Conn, of Columbia, ran against Alexander
Grant, of the New-York Athletic Club, but Grant
was unable to gain the lead. R. 9. Mac Donald and
Orton went off on the third relay, but Orton lost
about twenty-five yards more for the New-York
Athletic Club. In the last relay, J. A. Taylor ran
for Columbia against H. Valentine. Practically no
change was made in this relay, and the Columbia
rOT/TMRIA RELAY TEAM, WHICH DEFEATED THE NEW-YORK ATHLE?
CLUB TEAM YESTERDAY.
From left to right: Kohn, Bishop, Trainer Hjertberg, Mac Donald and Taylor.
' team therefore won the race by about seventy-five
yards. The four relays were covered In the fol
lowing time: 2:01, £:02. 2:011-5 and 2:013-5.
Arthur Dulfey. of Georgetown University,
attempted to make a new record for the 75-yard
dash. lie failed by two-fifths of a second, his
time for the distance was 8 seconds. The record
is 0:07 8-5. and is held Jointly by Wefers and Carey.
Duffey was paced by Rickard and Calahan. The
little sprinter seamed not to be in his best form.
The lnterscholastlc relay race was extremely ex
riting. It was for one mile, and several schools
were entered. In the last relay J. B. Taylor, a
colored lad. representing the Brown Preparatory
School, of Philadelphia, and E. C. Jessup. of the
Brooklyn High School, had a lively time of it.
The colored boy led for half a lap: then Jessup
made a bid for the lead. He overtook Taylor and
the crowd yelled. Taylor, however, put forth all
his energy, and won by about a foot. Jessup
fainted at the finish.
E. P. Clapp of Yale, who won the 220-yard hur
dle and 120-yard hurdle at the Intercollegiate games
last week, won the. 120-yard hurdle yesterday. He
was pcratcb man- in the contest. His college mate.
Louis W. Mertz and X. C. Curtis, of Columbia,
were the handicap men to face him in the final
heat. He took the lead within a short distance of
the finish with Mertz a foot behind and Curtis a
clofe third. In the 220-yard hurdle race he caught
up to the leader about twenty yards from the
tape and won by a close margin. L.. H. HiFlman.
jr.. of the New- York Athletic Club, was second.
' The 100-yard dash brought out a number of well
known runners. It was won in a nice finish by
W P. Karle. of Columbia, with E. Spltzer, sec
ond, and J. F. Thompson. Columbia, third.
A hot pace was kept up in the SBO-yard run from
the beginning of the race to the finish. James A.
Miller proved himself a quick man by crossing the
line first a few feet in front of W. J. O'Connell.
of the NT. Y. A. C. in 1:57 4-5.
In the mile race also the pace was hot. The
men who had large handicaps demonstrated that
they were in good condition, and it was not until
the" finish of the race that the men that had little
handicaps could catch up to them. Alexander
MacKenzie won it easily by about four yards, with
H. L. Burkhardt two yards in front of Charles
Maher, third man.
F. R. Moulton, of Yale, and V. J. "Walsh were the
ccratch men In the 220-yard run, but neither got a
place in the final contest. It was won by J.
Boeder. J. Jaegels was second, and C. E. "Will
iams third, in 0:22 2-5.
\V. F. Irwin. of New-York Universltv, won by
on« inch the running high Jump from B. N. Zoe
blsch. S. S. Jones, of the N. Y. A. C, was the
scratch man, and made a Jump of six feet flat.
Yale took another contest In the pole vault for
height. W. McLanahan was the scratch man. and
made the befit jump— ll feet. A. G. Anderson
and J. K. Peters tied for second place at 10 feet.
and Anderson won on a toss.
William R. Krakral. of the College, of the City of
New-York, made the best Jump in the, running
broad jump contest, one of 22 feet $*£ inches. "Will
iam Mayne. of the N. Y. A. C. with 22 feet 74
inches*, was second.
A large crowd saw the games, many handsomely
■owned women being among them. "When the spec
tators were not busy cheering the contestants they
Joined in songs to the ragtime music of the band.
There was no more popular figure on the grounds
than J. E. Sullivan, of the Amateur Athletic
Union, who acted as referee. Summaries:
TRACK CONTESTS.
Oue-hundred-and-twentr--yara hurdl* {handicap) — "Won
by B. J. Cl*pp. Yale fwrratch): I, W. Merti. Yale («
yards), !>econd; N. C. Curtis, Columbia (6 yards), third.
Time. 0:16*
Four-hundrefi-and-forly-yarfl run .'handicap-,— by
H. I* Hlilman. Jr., N. Y. A C. HO yards); IT. S. Bedley.
Jf. T. A. C. (16 yard*), second: Robert L. Forbes N W.
S. A. C. (26 yards), third. Tlma, 0:50.
One-hundred-yard dash (handicap) — Won by W. p. 9.
Karl*. Columbia '0 yards): T"rn*»t Bpltier, Pnstim* A. C
f7Vi yard*), second; John F. Thompson, Columbia (t»i*
yards), third. Time. Orioif,.
One-mile relay race — Wen by Brown Preparatory School
of Philadelphia, team composed r.f H. Or&y. J. A Mc-
Gucken. D. H. Dssson. J. V. II nil lean and J. D. Taylor -
Brooklyn Hlrh School, team composed of A P. Swan
W. A. Henshaw. G. O. Kittle, E. J. Herr and E. C.
Jireup, secend; Pratt Institute, team composed of L. A.
M<*s*-nßer C. B. Deer. B. Klrkman. V,'. B. llarknf*s
and O. d. Hunsdon. tnira. Time. 3:2l*i.
Elßht-hundred-and-elght>-»yard run (handicap)— U on hy
.Tames A. Mtll«r. unattach«rj (88 irsj-sj; W. J. OConn'll,
N W S. A C. (44 yards), ieT.nii: W. H. Dawson. N. W.
8 - A. C (42 >-arili), third. Time, 1:57%.
T\vo-hunilr«l-an<l-twenty-yard run (hanalcap)— won by
T I>oed?r N. W. S. A. C. '20 yardo): P. Jaege)«. Pn.»tl!n»
A C '20 ' yards), second; C. B. William*. Faitlme A. C.
(16 yard*), third. Time. 022%.
Two-hundred- snd-tw«niy-yard burdi- race njandlcapi-.
Won by D. J. Clapp, Yale (scratch); H. Ij. HUlman. Jr..
N. Y. A. C. (6 yards), second; W. g. Gahl, \\. S. T. M.
c' A 114 yards), third. Time, 0:25%.
UonVm»«U onVm»« run-Won by Almaiw Mack^si^ Jr.. U rar
) ached (45 yftrrt«>; U M. Burkhardt. \ftung People a *"»
elation (100 yards). M-cond; Charles Man»r. N. v\. P. A. c.
(65 yard*>. third. Time 4:305. nilum-
Two -mile relay rare (between NT. A t. and > «um
i,la,-ivnn by Columbia loam (O. M. J'lshop ft . t"nhn.
AS. Mftct)onald and J. T. Taj lon ; K. V A. ».. . t an,
(P. H Pilgrim. Alexander Grant. Horton and 11. valen
tine), 'second. Time. 6:05%.
One-mlie relay race (for the Indian Ws«ru« rhsmplon
ship)— by Mr.!,«tan team OV. St. John. V • N r.'- r ;
c«m«cnan(J I. Hurr): Wonakus »eeond team (W. <> 1 I"mv;
hu™ M. Flar'lr" v. N. Hageman. W O'Connor and R. H.
fed « 'lO feet for second ££■-£%?? mr n^ k * R&
MADE.
(6 feet), 83 ft 3 in : E. J. Fenerbach. K. T. A. C. (1
(nandlc a p>-won by W. F Irwin.
sSKrwafH « *$s
NY. AC. (scratch), 6 feet flat, third ._...„
Runnln* broad Jump (handicap)— Won by -J\. M. R-
Krakral. College of the Otjr Ol N*»-Tprk A gffiL f
ft WA in.; William Mayne, N. A. C. <8 Incncsi. i- n.
7H in «econa- I Webber, unattached (16 inches), and < .
B xlbb'tt N. Y. I. (18 inche*). 22 ft. S^i in., tied for
""Throw'S. sixteen-pound hammer <£**£&*&'&.
R. J Sheridan, Pastime A. C (10 feet). Ml ft 10 In..
Kobsrt Edgren. N. Y. A. C. 18 teen. 13C * :. 4 In.. •«
ond: H. M. V. Connelly. N. *i. A. C. (30 feet). l^l It. «
In third. _______
HORSE AND CARRIAGE NOTES.
The Studebaker Fplder phaeton ts a vehicle of
style, built on graceful lines. It has a lofty struct
ure, yet is easy of access: a high back, with a
d*ep roomy seat, full cutunder and close hood. It
is made in several sizes and weights, for single
horVe or a pair, with or without rumble. In Studo-
baker's harness store, Broadway and Seventh-aye,.,
at Forty-eighth-st., may be found also the harness
essential to this attractive vehicle.
Flandrau & Co.. Nos. 8. 10 and 12 Broome-st., are
showing this week an elaborate display of suburban
carriage?, including victorias, cabriolets, vis-a-vis,
Rockaways. wagonettes, station wagons, spiders,
game wagons, runabouts, buckboardn. four pas
senger phaetons, traps, surreys, dos-a-aos, coverts,
light broughams, country club wagons, ya?ket ve
hicles, miniature vehicles and two wheeldrs.
J. M. Quinby & Co.. of Newark, are this week dis
playing in the'- warerooms open cabriolets, with
English canopies, panelboot victorias In three, sties,
ana station wagons in ail sizes.
Major Lee, of the New-York -Speedway Stables,
One-hundred-and-iilxty-second-i>t. and Sherman
ave.. hat> sold thu ten-year-old pacer Thornton.
Mortimer Smith, of No. US West One-hundredth
et., last week made a number of sales, at fair
prices, of road horses and yoclcs. Mr. Smith keeps
SMART AND ORIGINAL
DESIGNS OF
MOST BEAUTIFULLY AND ELEGANTLY FINISHED.
ARE EaUALLED BY NONE.
223 & 225 WEST 46TH ST.,
JUST WEST OF BROADWAY.
on hand a good supply, so that one has little
trouble in making a choice.
Samuel A. Byers. of Seventy-second-st. and Am
sterdam-aye.. proprietor of the Spring Brook
Stock Farms, having sold his stock of hors«*. will
return to his farm at Whito Plains for the summer.
A new departure in t.i*» *<»;« or horses will take
place to-morrow r.isht at the Durland Riding- Acad
emy, under the management of the Fasig-Tlpton
Company, auctioneers, in behalf of the Standard
CATALOGUE NO. 20.
Property of th« Standard Coach Horse Company,
to be sold at auction by the Faslg-T!pton Com
pany at Durland's Academy, on Monday even
ing. Juno 8.
Coach Horse Company, at which time there will TJe
gold at public auction, without reserve, thirty high
class coach horses. The new departure is in the
conditions of the sale, by which every horse is
fully warranted by the Standard Coa^ch Horse Com
pany for soundness and manners. The Standard
coach Horse Company is organized and conducted
with a view to maintaining the heavy harness horse
business on the highest possible plane. The cata
lojrue of this sale, which has been recently issued.
contains a description of each horse in detail giv
ing not only the height and age and the description
of the conformation, but also the pedigree of each
horse.
Mr. Day. manager Of the Aschembach Company,
of No. SI Murray-st.. reports a more than active
week In the sate of business wagons and farm
carts. Several of the purchases were shipped to
Albany.
George A. Coleman. of "West One-hundred-and
thlrty-second-st., says: "I have had a fair week,
and mads a few sales."
The firm of gtraus A Hexter. at Broa.lway and
Fifty-fourth-st., made a number of sales last week
at good prices.
Renwlek's new puella basket phaeton shows
many excellent points. The body and rumble are
of imported German finished natural willow, and
A RBXWICK PTTELLA BASKET PHAETON.
th« rest of the cartage is painted black. Tha effect
is remarkably good. It ha* a full cutunder. Is ex
tremely low. and Is easy of access. Mr. Renwick
has recently shipped on« of these phaetons to
Collln Armstrong. Mamaroneck. N. T.
The register of th« Majestic Stables. No. SIS West
On<*-hunilred-and-?ortv-««venth-st.. last week re
corded the arrival of several new summer boarders.
C. F. Bates & Co.. of Bev«nt!eth-st. and West
End-aye. (Thomas Barrlngton, president), announce
the arrival of twenty head of Western horses.
James Downey's Carriage Repositories, at No 340
Atlantic-ay*. Brooklyn, are this week showing an
attractive line of carriages and road wagons.
Th» business outlook of I>. P. Nichols 4k Col. at
Horses and Carriages.
TO-MORROW WIGHT AT DURLAND'S.
' The STANDARD COACH HORSE CO authorizes Fasig-Tipton Co
HEAVY HARNESS HORSES
SVECI \M/r PfcLEfTnD FROM f>VE7I *!ro NOtV ON MANT>.
PAIRS ASD SINGLE DRIVERS-FIT, SEASONED, HIGH CLASS.
yon e&Acit carriaor rlnaeoct.
■mm ,t,r .m,, «-„ m •'■•,•;"""■;■,"•, "'irv;..'-,'""-' " — M " k '" "" '*" '
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 8.
roMMCJ^n.v; rßomTi.v at S:C o'clock, at
DLJRLAND'S RIDING ACADEMY,
NO? - T'"» IT XVtSST SIXTY SIXTH STREET.
nh#re th» EkSraM may r* a*M aff»r » #*** ylorfVtr morajßr.
EVERY HORSE FULLY WARRANTED FOR SOUNDNESS AND MANNERS.
Tni.pr.llon '- ' i -v/ f l i^ r i^;^.^^;r.r' — .... — .
' hrrorr the smlc by th^lr own -veterinarian*.
THE STANDARD COACH HORSE CO.
IS ORGANIZED AND CoWcT^TH &Z^^f^^£^™?* «>*™* ™*<*
DIRECTORS:— ALLAN MACNAUGHTAN, President.
wiL'UM bvriwb. MoxanwwinM. " ■■ *-httmax
SeSRT SELifIMAN. JOHN JAY PHELPS ARTHUR MAN. Tr-aanr^.
The rapM»r growing bi.F:n»«> of th- Tompanv and th- roMlal ».n»r"r' ti th» p«Mlc tm proofa tt th« »^nnt!ne«*
of Its methods and th» fairness of ir» d'alinu* with ro»iom»f>.
Catalog ft the Inaugural %asUaa. with full par»!-nl sr«. may r# h*d at th» "TANPARP COACK «<■*»«■
COS City StaMcs. 41-4-1 *iA>i«t «m Mrctt, or i ■••• aMrwsiaa
-m « #•« t "i- I i-» f /*> % I /^ /~\ Atrtlon«#f9 «f Hl?h Cla«» Horses.
FASIG-TIPTON CO., MADISON SO. PARPEN. XPW TORg.
YOU MUST SEX
Horses and Carriage*.
W. D. GRAND'S
GREAT ANNUAL SFRISO SALES
AT THE AMERICAN HORSE EXCHASCE.
Broadway and «""'th Str»«t. New Torh.
THIS U'EEK.
TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 9TH.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
MR. W. A. DOBSON'3
(Marten. lO'xa*
ANNUAL. CONSIGNMENT
OF
HIGH CLASS. IOWA TROTTTNI BRSD
CARRIAGE HORSES.
THET HAVE ARRIVED and will b* ON BXHIBITroy
at the American Horse Exchange from TO-MORROv
MORNING up to the hour of s»]«.
ON WEDNESDAY AT 2 P. *»..
; SPECIAL SALE
OF
100
HIGH CLASS HORSE?
ALSO
CARRIAGES. -W-AGON3 AND HARNESS.
THE PROPERTY OF PRIVATE OWNERS
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
MESSRS.
S. T. HARBISON & COS.
Lertnrton, Ky..
LABT CONSIGNMENT 'OF THE ffSASON
OF
HIGH CLASS KENTUCKY
SADDLE AND HARNESS HOR3ES
THET WILL BE ON EXHIBITION at the American
Hcrsa Exchange from TO-MOrROT MORNING up
to th* hour of sale, and will be shown BY ELECTRIO
LIGHT on TUESDAY EVENING Immediately pre-
cedln? Mr. Dobs.nn's Sale.
FOR CATALOGUES ENTRT BLANKS, etc.. addr»»s
W. D. GRAND, American Horse Ekliish.
Broadway and COtn Street. New Tortc
VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY.
130 and 132 Eait 13tb St..
123, 125. 127. 129 East 12th St.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
Finest airplay la New York of CarrUfea of \.h» nlxbert
trade and moat fashionable deatsria.
BROUGHAMS, OMNIBUSES. VICTORIAS
STATION WAGONS, WAGONETTES, TRAPS
BUSINESS WAGONS-
Growers*, butchers', bakers'. Corlsts*. laundry: iMwn
Cart*. Farm '.'arts. Farm Wagons. Express Wagon*.
Stock all new. neat aad dean.
ASCHENBACH & CO.
SI MURRAY ST.
ELEGANT PAIR OF
TROTTING BRED CARRIAGE HORSES,
16 bands: bay. blade point*; fall saanes anil guis; perfect-*
ly matched: prize winners; 7 and 8 year* aid. ored in
Vermont; acclimated; in perfect condition: J1.2P0. At
MOVER'S STABLES. Brooklyn Speedway. near Uindeii •
Hotel. Address as above.
BACON & CLARK,
88-91 BRIDGE ST.. BROOKLY.V.
Horse Auction 3aW Every Wednesjiaj-
At 10 o'clock A. 51.
Of next sala will *>• hal<» on
WEDNESDAY". J! >E 10TH.
of I*> horses ci ail trades.
200 hones aalta.bl« for nil renniremeatl
always on hand. *.•« hours' trial allowed.
■> E. i-aCON. Auctunssr.
AS PRETTY AS DOLLS.
Private family offers possibly handsomest pair car
rlaco Cobs: city; extremely high .^ctl^n. *ou-.i c>v#r
fast: a perfect show p*ir; cc*t $1,230: if sold »t osoe. for
$."0; also grand, sound Saddle Horse. ;.-alaed all «■"*
$280; surrey Horse, cheap. several Carriages. Harness!
Baddies: any sacriflc*. US West lOOtft.
. . FOR SALE.
New and second hard HANSOMS; also BROt'OHAM*
and VICTORIA?. CANOPY TOP SURREYS ao.f OPE.V
TWO SEATED St-TIREYS. vrt^*
D. P. NICHOLS * CO.. I.M» Broadway.
Gr. bates & CO..
• 215 West En,l-ave ana 25* West «»tk-st..
Hava tfc» finest ealccUon or fasatoaasle hi»Il s«aaa«ra ta
Na-^-Yorlc City; all sUes an.l colors.
T. H. BARRINiiTON. Fr-illUnt.
■ POMES A!«l> COBS.
B«T«r»l Pur« Breed Imported ShetUad Ponies. ft»
fentle. reliable for children will saerlflca this week. $3O t»
•123. Also highest children, will < Cob in city, a picture
S. Also highest acting hackney Cob !n c\iy. a. pictur*
JJO. and pair high acting Cobs, fit for abow ring. tai*. ss>
l.a&:«. «50. These, horse* con owner i lints »• pr'.c
and sold only on account death family. Also aaddl* Cob
trained al! gaits, sound, «af«. ladjr. $250. Call I** W«st
10* ►th Street. N. Y. City.
/-lANADIAN SADDLE AND HARNESS HORSES for
S-J sals. — We hay« Just r«o»lv«j anotber consignment of
High class Saddle and Harness Horses; the? are partly
larly well broken, and can be seen at any time. EMPIRE
COACH HORSE CO.. 20ft Wast 7«th-at.: D T. LOWB
Manager. T«l«pSon*. 1.023a — t&lrarxld*.
t> m'doxald. H ,- •woorvnEL.n
X . MAJESTIC BOARDING AND INVERT STVBLJW
Carriage*. Coupei, Victorias and Li*ht Traps ! , Jet.
Dl9-S2O West l4Tth St. TVlephcna fin 3 Mi>rn!n«iJj»
M'DONALJ) it WOODFIBLJ>. PROP'S."
their new Quarters. Forty-nlnth-st. and Broadway.
tft promising. ■ . .
Bacon & Clark. No«. £> and 91 Brld^e-st.. Brook
lyn, ar* making a special feature of fancy coach and
driving hors**s. Among their recent sales ware a
fancy pair of sea: browns to David B. Powell, a
fancy black gelding to Henry H. Wood ana a high
Stepping brown to Charles C. Bowen.
Th» Osborn & Burke Co.. of No. «9 Barclay-*.,
has a display of harness and all horse* accessories
this week which Is worthy of inspection.
Th» Fashion Coach Horse Company. Morgan P.
Lehigh. manager, at No. 140 West Flfty-flfth-st.
announces th« arrival of twenty head of horses for
family use from its stock farm In the West.
Though W R Bishop, of No. 36 Warrens*.. soM
several carriages last week, his stock k* still Ur#»
and varied.
Orsor's Manhattan Food for horses equal* tha <!•
mam! for th» so-called breakfast food* among
horsemen.
John Moore & Co. of No. 30 Warren-st.. had a
bis week la the sale of new and second hand car
riages and harness.
Henry Melse. of No. 141 East Twenty-fourth-aC.
reports the arrival of ninety head of heavy draught
horse* from tv» stock farm la da Wh*.

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