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t SPORTS AND
) RECREATION
GLNFIRE BEATEN AGAIN.
CARBUNCLE WINS TURF.
Broomstick Has His Revenge on
Molly Brant— Race for Oiseau.
Broonatlck. Captain S. S. Brown's bold little
„ —ar-old chamtfoa. had his revenge on
Mo"l« Braut yffiterday at Shr^pshead Bay for the
bL't'n" en.- pi ■ him at aral a - Although the
iTl'in sTbJch O» two ran yesterday was merely
overr. : g v t condition race, at a mile, for all -;••*■
«« was* north only alwut $1,300. Captain Brown
keU his colt out of CIM Ilenper« on Wednesday that
he tniffht have another «hy at Mr. Sanford's fast
C!i«ord maro.
At 'he BjWingl the cOt P»ve the filly a pound
in a contest at one and one-eighth miles, and was
tea'en by a narrow raarpin. Yesterday they met on
eV e" term*, according to the scale. Broomstick oar
rv<-5 113 i-suMci* and Moilie Brant US. and the Sara
toga rwa« wa? reversed by about the same dl«
tance The [sdlo bOTM Kurstbounw. that has not
l*en an active parricipant In the present campaign,
and Mr iladden's Plaudit youngster Slglight. w-re
tie only Otter starters, and they wera boon lost
•ight of The struggle was con3r.«?d wholly to the
Ben Brush colt and his recent conqueror, ana It
wss one well worth watching. . Neither knows
what cowardice m.ar.s. and wfcea they hook-d it
■ together, as they did from th« rise of the bar
rier, a royal fcaule lock piaoe. The start was made
cut'ef the chute, and when the two reached the
sain track they were rjr.rJnff heads opart, and ct
a pa£O that left Bantbottroa and the two-year
cl* huU down en tha hcrizua.. For seven-eighths
of "a mile neither cf the leaders could obtal:i an
an-'eciabie advantage over the other. At the turn
♦or b'-ine I Odom tod Hildebrar.d drew their
whips" and the floggir.r which b«gaa then never
ceased unU. tije euili::: fi : J 3051 waj P^ BSCli - Two
buJl4re a yards -.■:•-: the wire the colt got his head
la 'rent, gad Ji^.-- Brant oould not overcoro« this
lead, aitteugb she struggled valiantly. Hnrst
boaras is y«t hr from beir.ff the horse he was
fn^bat he cacaged to beat bighghu
T?"th« orr-^S betting there was little to choose
■fSSL^sssV B> ar.d Broomstick In the way
5? S*. &t tfce latter finally received the bulk
UCT^Srt and went to the powt a favorite
• T Je to 9ca He ran tb^ ml> In lp%
The Trrf Handirap. the stake feature the club
offered Ju patron*, se-.-ved to dwnoristrHTe that
G'-nflra either doe« not care for a distance or
ground any longer cr that the has not come to
hcr«e!* vet Win 12 pounds en her back she was
a 'reeeir't cf two pounds from Hurst Park and gave
Carbunde twer.ty-five and Gold Money twenty
three The form players thought tha.; her last race
was the one ehe needed to tit her. ar.d they sup
jiorted her with rre a.t ecr.ndcnpe at sto 4 on. The
Turf in at In miles <m the prasa, and for a mile
the Htt the pace as shi- did on Wednesday, but
when the reai struggle began she collapsed and
rave way to Gold Msney. The Goldcrest filly
seemed to have tae race non. but *he reckoned
without CarbuacJe. The old gelding came with one
of hi? rare stretch runs and. bowling them all over,
wen ty a length. Gu::::re wn« third.
The Western colt Oisexu won h'.s first race in the
B^,. T frim some useful youngsters that made up
th* f.e:d for a handicap at £4 furlongs of the Fu
turity Course. He had Qm race, in har.d all the
way end beat Gamara easily.
EUVMARIES.
JISST HACK. — Tw • icaliens; lt»t six furlongs
of Futurity CraTM.
B<rttir.«;.
Fls. H r k. Owner. Wt Jocker. Pt. PI.
l.QaadriUe Cp*s>u Ui.Lj-re ..... lit 4
I.&Blwt«ii r-i-^f 112.H!Idet-rv.4 ... ft 1
■.Sir Brt^ar (National St.). 115. Hohrbeen .._ M S
4.Ll3ds. l-« (Madder.) I'.^.Travers ...... 5 -
t.Oiiver Croniw'i! (B^ll). .- 115.Gar.non .. I<» 4
t.Ee<i Trx iWinmf!) 112. J. Martin ... 13 6
J.Salt acd Pepper tDaiyJ... 112. Burns ... 12 5
I.Ptlm Tree (Bradley) 113. C. Ke11r....... 13 »5
S.Ucatee <Gai«sy> HS.Puiler .... I'"' 40
10.K'ir.<sir.-jc'k (SsaSOrt) HS.odcm . _ *0 ••
Jl.lsni*iasa tSui'.tras;) 112. H. Cochran... SO 10
li.l^ht Not* rCtealcr) 115. R. -r>her.«... 100 4<>
TS.Aacaaln {Far.*ha«ei lIS.O'SCetS ....... 7 5-2
N .r&:r Eeveler <■ L^lieser) . . . ::~2. '.'..'..•■■•:. v f><) 5>
is.Cornell. Cornell rr>ortor) - .115. Carey . no aw
Winaer — Syirejr Putt's b. g. QuaJr.Ue. by Itapallo—
C rt ij*s c. 6iar ta:r: xron drl\-tr.g. by a head. Time.
fa
EDCOND KACE.— Se!!:r»: S-rea'r-jlis ar.3 ever nca
rirj • cf $l.ix» ;n l'a»i.
l.Cousterprlße (Holland . . l«7.Bul'.rfian ..... 1 2
S.Canajr harle 'Tatt«r*oni.. 9».Travers ...... 6 2
J. Sovereign <Kn»-aj«i I'O.H. Cocimn.... 7 6-2
♦ -' aC Sl'^taents tCsBTtIs).IO9JCBBS 2O S
B.K. iep;-*r <FB.rrelii P7.W. r>«vls..... 5 2
6.i «_<- ißorton SLaMej... f>2.Pi"-r\lT:g i<» J.i
T.CJeranlußi <Mct>o«-e11). ... !<>«.Burr.s *l 2
B.Cottaee Maid (Lyn i et ». HJS.J. Slartln 20 8
• .Atw od lAlnwicli) lIfJ.II. Ca^aiiac... :on 40
XO.Clrrrl» CH*\\) ll«.Giinnoa l^i 40
li.A'ajrarT lilasoo ;ih. Miles Zint I<io
U.X .1 .-:.• -SB {Simcr.i!) l«o.HlMctirss4 ... 5-2 1
13 Wizard cPateao^ue fta./. K", Miller J3O r. <
14 Eiue Peter (Prcwpect Pt.j.103.D. OTor.nor... 100 4<>
13. Yi San ißuijiphi Wf.Crimralns 2u »
■Winner — J. l» Hoiland's eh. ir. Cmasterr>oli>e. by Bath
air.ptrn — I-alance 11. poor; won ridden out. by I**
isagtaa. TUoo. l:ll»«s. -..i
SHini) IU.CE-— Huadlcjuv; 3-year-oies and over'Jl's
nrlint
S.Dekaher (Durtarr.) lOI.W r>»»-1»> . . SO 7
2.Palint>«-arer <Peatxjir» lo4.Tra.venl . 32 I
S.Mjirmee <Watt) 87.8. Cochran... - - 5
4.Cl»rer!a2S (Thoicspl 3f>2.H!]ilrbnii!<i ... •< 2
•.Hirh C'hani-eilar itrrafce). .lir.O'Nel'.t ... .r • 1-2
••£•*-• <ti«bhart» tOT.Bedftm : • 6
..EpriM!; (Gou«tia.-reji gtiL;e).loj».L ) -ne 5 2
B.D»>irr.sa iCuri*tt).. I<j3.J. Martin...!. 10 4
• .Aerlutha (HurJvr*!) Ill.o4'>m . . . . 10 4
_* i "« 1 " 1 — •' '-■•■ ■■"■■ ' <m, I l»«at»r, »>»■ Pirate of
Ptsianre— Deeember. ■•■■'■ good: won drivlrjr by a
*«ck. TIE*, 1:& S.
'^raru hace.— a:i ug+*. i m:>.
l.ttDoasetlck (Erown^ lIS-llildebranl '•-'•" 1-2
».Booy Brant iSunfnrin lH».(>«lom 3-2 1-3
••UanShourr.e (Ixdsj 125. J Martin 15 3
e.«ra«;.' lilaiaer.) »2.'""rinim!r.» 15 5-2
£hmrr—ti. «». Brown's h. c. UrootnstlrK. by Bejj Hrash
J^L E< " :*: * p<Kjr; won ir'.vlng, by a lm!f l«-rr*-h. Time.
WTO _IU.CK.-Har<:icaj; 2-y«*r-cl<ss; last 5H furtoncs
I.oi»eaa (Greener; lia.HiMebrand ... t .-. 3-5
• Oimara <\vinion» Ktt.BedXera « 2
J^cßronSer rpa«et) 114.11. CalJaisan... 7-2 1
! *yi c IJalvi W».l>. O'ronnor.. 30 h
B.Merrv Lark (Leeds, lir'..J. Martin 5 2
i ./• i ■ viiciiinp.j,, !12.O<Jr»m 8 8
I'Zeala <M,. • . IXi.Umm ... 7-2 1
B.Elue Elri tlirown; 104. H. Cochran... 30 N
»lcser-J. G. Gret-ner's eh. c Olseau, by Ornus — Kitty
rJJT*-' Btart rail ; won cl-verly. by - leacttlSL Tlmo.
Ja*>s». 'Couiiied in tlie bef.lc*-.
EOCTa RACE.— THE Ttrnr, Sjir.^icap; 3-y«r-r.l(Ja and
over; 1^ m( i M „n turf .
1-Carbuncie (Wi!»on) B7.Traver« 4 1
s.ljOid Money (Ji-nr.icpii IKi.Cnmmins .... »-2 »-0
• Gunfire Ourv^ai rj2.Hiliie:,rand ... 4-5 1-3
*E-it C a (Qaiway, W4.-W. Davis 13 4
SHarr. Pars <Gortwttt 127.<j>Jom 7 -
winner— it. t. Wliann, ; r ."» b ( Oa-«t)uacle. by Sfjyv--
SsTaS* 1 £l>in soud; woe driving, by a lenijth.
PADDOCK PARAGRAPHS.
the f.c!d for the ■md race, which was
•Bade up of a lot of indifferent platers, was at the
Post. Caaajoharie, a ?<j«r-y«far-old gelding, owned
&* C. T. Patterson, lasli^ii out -.icioußly with his
*•■"» and wUticjc the apprentice boy. Bailing, who
*»» r'--:r '-- : « Atuood. in ttver»:ly. that The boy's ley
Fas broken Just above the ankle. He was taken
If™" paddock in tlje judgt-'s wagon, and later to a
cost:tnl Callal:au w«s substituted for tn» in
jured ruler, but th-rre v.-as a d*lay of almost twenty
»U:.1.;-_.
"W. M. BarrietTs well known horse ilcileeldn
••pped d«-ad lit th* Graves«?nd track yesterday
■orning aftfr working a mile in 1:44. Ha was a son
W Oie famous K"nso, and was neven rears old.
AS a three- v h« was ounsider^d a high class
saee&c.rs«-. and won a. number of stakes.
Directly after the Srst race yesterday "Tommy"
•*■•» received a message saying that his baby,
•*lea iras only a f«w days old. si died suddrnly.
purnn canceled his engagements ar.d hurried to
«v» home.
Cochr&a and D. O'Connor were set down for two
*■>■ lor misbehavior *.■ the post.
TfeeWeatern Hcbtwcight rider, XV. Davis, created
* J&vcrablft lmpressioti on the turf critics when
■• brought the filly I>kab»-r home In front of Palm
bttrcr, Mnr:. and Hi^i Chancellor, in a handicap
Jgjajs snd one-elirnta miles. The boy outrode
,*£"*»*. who had ttM mount on High Chancellor, th«
"*»«*. and pot up a rattllnf sood nni»h. lie re
*«U«ar^e t^iMt from St. Louis, where he stood
■"■■•si In the list of winning jockeys.
SHEEPSHEAO ENTRIES FOR TO-DAY.
•■■T Ran-:— HANDICAP :i.;!,{>'l?ASE. 4-year
*i»t " nd over; lull ci L«-i):i«*:e»»- •■iwse.
Iffl Buttr*t» Ha.Urnn.wlary 141
$"?««»«*• ; H-a Gull .I*
'••■•—- 147 KaSiM of lUitem»« 130
tr"*^ — ~ .....wit
t-OOSSa nATE— Uld>««Uist In ndii-a*.; all a»e»; «lx far
»- J . 11>> e* «» a .. f 12 .rA,» N.r i«
g* Awlu j.; AU» Nor »"•
&::::::::::::::::::^;^!a^ --::::::: S
ttatT-- bi ;;:::;::::::::::|
THIRD RACE— THE FTJITBUSH- »-year-olda; aaven
furlongs of the Futurity Course'
l\l?\ Sh " l HOlßurnt ixills 112
•Waterside 115 Veto - 112
Broadcloth 115 St. Bellane" - 112
Amberjack 115 Usandri* - 102
Tradition . . 112
'Madden entry, + Formerly Cricket.
FOCRTH RACK— THE CENTURY; 3-year-olds end over;
on« mile and a hair.
•Shvrthose 126 tStalwart 113
Major Dalngerflelil 128itSt. Valentine... 113
•Bryn ICawr 113 Delhi _ . — 115
Ort Wells ... m
*Guughacre* Stable entry. tThomas entry.
FIFTH RACE— 2-y ear-olds; last flvn and a half furlongs
at Futurity Course.
Councilman 117! Cotillion _...._ ....10D
A«J" 117 -Hear--* Desire Irttt
a«ll(« .Strome in Saul»b<-rry 107
Paz=l<* TBlu.-her' ~ 107
Amierjack 112itOxford lor
CalrnKorm «jsan.iria _...304
Charley's Aunt .-. 10» Prlnctsa Erls .. 104
•Duryea entry. UC«»en« entry. :Formerly Cricket.
SIXTH RACE — Seiilnjr; !-year-oi<ia and over; ens mile
ar.,i h sixteenth en turf
•ShertfT Bell , 109 i Pennant _._.103
Grey Fnar , 108 ; Lftly potentate OS
Wild Thyme lo.y •<;arn,sh '.Hi
Prince Chtng ... 108 Silver Days '.'2
Keynote .1 10". E.I Tlerney »2
Leader ' 10H|Qrooklynlta -.— '.>
et-.p.-wall HWll^lberla -. . tH)
Dick Eernard 103, Hydra Stt
*llayman entry
RESULTS AT HARLEM.
Chlcas.i. Sept. 2. — First raea ••„•• .i fur
loncsl—Th« iJells, 107 il>av!s). 7 to 1. won; (>n« Way,
108 iKna 13 tn o, sw'unJ: Rl t){ro«. 10*1 (Mountain).
12 to I. third- Time. I"' Tha Novice, Resale. Petit
l>uc. Silven^.n. l'a>ire. 1.-*. Colonel Rnpperu No
Tru:nj>«r. Lady r:::- n and Mi-Clellan also ran.
Second rai« ia'.eepiechas'e; sh..rt course) — <'arf'.!(rnn, 160
ilUt'«i 13 to \ non: I.lnjrn. l."> 0 (Hicr). 10 to 1. seconil;
I>>mlnliiu« You. U3 (Pvatbertoa), 1- t'> 1, third. Time.
3:H4. Qasa I^o4> r, Hontanlc. Laura K. and C'auder
a;«o ran. Maud Muller an.l Don Ami fell.
Third rac« (one mllei— Stmwan.i. »4 (Auburlinn). 3 to 2,
wor.; I*rinreii« Tulkiih. li>4 (Mountain). 11 to 10. »e<-ond;
Alma DoAtor. i»4 iLewis<. 11 to a tiiird. Timn, i:3:iH.
Cori»*r d.jj ran.
Fourth race (six farkme«1 — T!:e Crisis. 112 ("He! resent.
I tc 0. won; Fr^nt.-nae. 115 Ul«an"). 0 t> 3. eecimd;
A'.ltata. Jim «Aulni<-honi. 11l to 1. third. Time, 1:!.1*k.
Oypseaa, H.>mhardi^r. My Jane. Oriel. Bill Waters, Hel
lar!o and Flaristsi ...•>■> ran.
Fifth race 'hit furli>nir!'i — Loril Dlxon. 103 (Nlcol). 13
to S w-.»n. t*uttt-r. I<ls AV.Uuni 7 to 1. second; Envoy, it"
■ Auduchon). 5 to 1. thlnL Time. 1:14. Mary Eleanor,
CenUjrram. Iji.iy Fashion, Janeta. Del Carina. Captain
Neroth and Garvlre «lno ran.
Pixth race irnix nn> and a qimrter) — Maior Kanstr. W\
i Au'. ui-i.i-T.-. .. to 10, won; barilla, t»4 (Nicol». .1. sec
ond: Charlie Miller. W0 lOregar). 2 to 1. third. Time,
2:O*Vi. l-"r:«nlc Me Bsilvata unJ Kxcentrai also ran.
Seventh ra.-« («ix (arlons>t— I'ayne, 1U«I lAuburhonl. 2
to 1. iron, Tbf ro X , 112 ilTiori, « to 1. w-nnd; Tilhi
o- S*ianl«r, I»H iX'.ccli. Hto 1. third. T.zrxe, l:li%. I.onir
rmir» Har'lir.K. **Wira. CbßSDßsAdar, Ar.*elo. Mamhaliwa,
Hudson. Nioriiiwt. Tl:e Forum. L»ni;*>en, UoU IrYanUlin,
tiigune and llejnnoa -.:••< run.
RESULTS AT ST. LOUIS.
Ft. Louif. Sept. 2. — First rare <-lx furli>nni»i — Da. k
Number. »i» <J <\,nway i. 7 t,, 2. won: Detest. 114
• Yuunxi. 12 to 1. i>ec.itiil; Maßhonl. 104 (Rloei. : to I.
third. Time, 1 :lrt. <"eth«rln« iCoox, Nellie I'-awn. Dusky
hull. Mac Mli'er. L'/ manda. iinsht Flower and Lady
liurllnjrtiu ais't ran.
Second eu<e (live an.l a half fur!r*n*«> — Jw Graham. I<VI
(Cocolo*. 1O to 1. won: Eieinlta, lii 3 iW. Dugan). 2T> to
1. secor.d; Mabel S!rr.mi». 1M ilUuu-h). 3 t<. 2. 'hird.
Time.. l:l<>t 4 . piy'.nc Fire. BlQjr Hands*!. For Sharp.
Telephone B>-!'e. Geortre T. Paten, Mr. Richie. Verandah,
Phurmary anil Lady t*»-!l»rn al-"i ran.
Third race (six furU>n«i<>— Alln* P.. 10!> (Rice). * ■ • 1.
won; HaxH H.. Iv 4 (L. WUllams>, ' to 2. serend;
Tar.ifihie. 104 ij. Coaway). II t-i I. third. T:m«. 1:16H-
Banctlsainia, Dmtnnoßd, Sfoweta, Mauj Wallac«, Santa
Ventura ar.d La-1y Oiurehiil also r«n.
Fourth rar» ..... — MafaMa. 107 <V>. Austlni. fl
to 5. w>n; Fe'.lx Hoxre«. in." (Mc-M-i!!en). R to 1. ee^ond;
Marquis de Orah«s. 110 (Fuleyi. 17 to 10. third. Tine.
1:14%' LMa Vivian. S«<s!e Burch, Isel Coeur, Fomeiia.
Re*ponßlvc.and Lofkaway i!i»> ran.
Fifth race mv» and * half furlor.KSt— Annilan-o. 100
lFo;ey>, 6 to 1. w.;n; Platt. lfW (W. Pucan). 3 fo 2.
second- Trixle White. lf>.T (Cscelo). 1 to 1. third. Tiros.
I^^*'-,. B»»s!e M-. ller-hrr.an. Herman rVy!«. HarJe-juln,
Kitty B*!le RroosM, Lady Mercury. John Rarsloiph and
Korea aisa ran.
f!xth -i ■ Da and cne-f-'.xteer.th rr.tlesi — J'ltis. 92 'T^.
■w:::;ami>>. 12 to 1. won; Vsrre. 109 (Tonmt, 3 to 1.
*»<-"nd; Srai;er. f<7 (f> Au#t!n>, 3 to 1. thirl. T:m»,
1-4*4. Lltt!« i"crk#r. The Hebrew. Dolln !a. Jiick Little.
FlorC DaWSWJ a;ii IHisle IIi;m also ran.
PROVIDENCE MEET OVER.
Heavy Attendance and Good Races
on Last Day.
Providence. R. 1.. Fept. 2.— Th« Orand Circuit
rr.^'Cr.a; at N.-Lrropnnsett Pnrk closed thai after
noon with four well <-onte*t<.d rac»-s. The attend
ance was the lari?"Pt of any mp«»ting on •;-.»- Circuit
this season, syoculatlon wan heavy and the racici;
averaged with that at R«idville and l. lffalo in
point of time made.
At the conclusion of the day's sport the ju<lpe.s
announced th<ir derlßion regarding th« takinjr out
of R. A. Bralth from behind Sffwt Marie in. the
Roper Williams race of last Wednesday, and sub
stHutihK Alia McDonald, who won the next thro*
heats and th»> race.. r.y Biupcndinx Smith for tho
balance cf the ««-a«on nn-1 awHrdhijf to McDonald
thu nuni of Jl.'iuu. the; name to be taken from. th«j
winnings of the mare.
The most important rnrlnK of the day was tnn
J-OS trotting clasn. Fer«*no waa an even choloa to
win. and took the first In at nultp easily. Boonu
thi-n relinquished Ills s^at behind Mch.ir.l-y in
favor of AJta McDonald, who in cot tlnl-sh-a capt
ured the n»-xt two beata and the ra<'-. ami in the.
second beat e-juail<-.i thn bc-Kt trottlrifr time In a
rac» this jear. 2:0 C»». made by Swe**t Marie. The
Urn* of tbm ra.-o eatabltabed a n»-%v tbre« beat rec
ord for the a"a'on of I!X>4, formerly held by Oza
"The special rac** planned for to-morrow ■:■! not
attract sufflolpnt entries.
The summaries:
TROTTING— 2:I9 CLASS— PVRSE $I.OOO— THREE IX
FIVE.
K-.Tl!!ls. eh. h., by Kremlin (YounK).. ! 4 2 12 11
Z»mi .4 1j m. (Titan.. •■ • ■ 1 • * - a
FilrrimW Chimes. Lr. g. (Humphrey- „ , , „
vtli»r* -•• ..........••.••2 * 3 — 3 3 i*
N«r— .ta. 'eh! 'm." <8aow) 1| -n * a *JS,
Time. S:l4. 8:13^ 2:14. 2:17'; 2:15^. 2:lS'i. 2:20.
PACING 8:i« CLAHb— PI-'l'-f-'E «l.f«O— TUltEn IN
FIVE.
Pay Cook, bile g.. by n«fTerx» Ulumphr«yvlll«). ... 1 1 1
fcajrer boy it- m. (Koller - ■, i,
Loukout Hal. Ij. h. (Shank) -I^7
M.irearet W.. b. m. (SnowJ... ••••••: i 1 t
Al Itav, b. g. <Nu<-liol» and Lußenhrtser) • 5 •■
ruixv. i, h. .-r.,.-r. » « ,
Crystal '. . blk.-m. i.l'ennork) ■ ° ' '
Time. 2:<«H*i. I IW4- 2:>W\.
TROTTING— 3:O6 CI-A.-S— PVRSE 11,500— TWO I.V
rHai
McKiaJey. h. jr.. by .;.-r*e St. aalr (Boon* and
MulJonaU; 3 ' !
F*reno. hik. m. ißenyon) * - -
Hawtlinrne. ro. m. < Hudson • 2 3 3
Went worth. Uk. «. <.Sn^an ••■ 4 4 4
Time. 2:07*. 2:0<1'4. 2:07%.
PACING— CLASS— l-'ii-i; $I.OOO— TWO IX THREE.
Rodblrd. b. h., bj- Chestnut Bird (Walker) 1 1
I^ttrius. blk. g. tC.iarlii 2 -
Ii»-n r.. b. g. (Deriden -i I
l'e«ier Tatron. v. « (Pas"i - * •»
Sadie i:. l: m eh. tn. CSnoW) O a
Ro:' 8.. L, g. (iU^semire M « ' >
Hamilton, ro. * rwilson) — " '
Brown H*«U. tor a (A. McDonald) • I
Little Fred. eh. g. (Wordendykai ...10 »
Dob Hugbas, b b. iHignlgiiti ~ a 10
Tluno. . 06 4. 2:01».
TEXXIS.
Fourth Round in Men's Singles
Played at Elizabeth.
Play In th« men's •ln(rl<*« tennis tournament for
the Ea*t Jersey Lawn Tennis Association Challensri?
Cup was continued on the courts of th? Town ami
Country Club. Hlizab«th. X. J., yesterday after
noon, and the fourth round was completed. The
■ezni-flnals will be played thin afternoon between
H. F Allen and F. G. -Anderson and S. L. Smith
and T B. V Lyon. A number of matches in the
consolation doubles and the men's singles were also
decided. Summary:
Men's championabip alnrica (fourth round)— H. V. Allen
defaeu 4 Collins. O— S. »>--a. 3. L.. Smith deteated E. B. H.
Vt-ndcrjEast O. o^— X.
V.O', coiiaclatlon elnel's (Tint round) — T. Carrie de
feated C Tic:h»nur. «— O. •— •; l -i>p«r deleated X If.
p'lack a- --*. «J — •: B - >»• Cameron defaevled a. T. Nanth«<*.
by default ; 51. F. Charlock defeated J. E. Glffert. «—
*_••■ M 8' ClaMeiilr defeated MaKur^ ft— 4. »*— 2.
lien's double* (nr«t round)—!-. H. Ferris and W.
Krueler defeated McAdara and Price. 6—2, o—2: Swain
and RUByon deteated Mcaiffrrt and Janes. •— o—4;
ThMiw and Little defeated Miller anil Acker. — *. «-- 3.
SSkmk «nd B«hr defeated 8. Millar and O. Miller.
o_40 _ 4 v—l- Alien and fell defeated Thorp and Imbrle.
a V — 4' Charlock and Lyons defeated Nuicbee and
vart.'rt-r by default; Smith and afoUord defeated Ualdnrin
and Plsroa. *— 2. ♦-- 1.
H«cond round— Swain and Uui.yoa defeated Ferris and
Kru«ler. 6-1. 6-^ .
PLAY IN ENGLEWOOD FINALS.
lit i;ry ToTrance. jr.. of Englewood, N. J., de
feated Louts Perry, of Nyack. N. V.. in the final
match of the men's tingles in the annual champion
ship tournament of the Hudvos> River Lawn Tensia
Association, at the Englerwo«4 field Club, Enjrle
wood. N. i-. yesterday aft»n.->on. the score belay
a—l 6—l, «— 4. Torrance will play Rons Burcbard,
of the r*owflton Golf Club, of Newburg. the title
holder, in tbt challenge match for the possession
of the ehtjmi>ion*h!p, trophy this Afternoon.
The final match In the mixed doubles was also
played yesterday, and resulted in a. . victory {or
Ross Burcbard and Mrs. Pocch, who defeated H.
D Betta and Mrs. Coe, the scores beieff 7—d, C—'l,
i
NEW-YOIiK D.ULY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER -. 1004.
BASEBALL
Highlanders Make Eight Runs in
First Inning in Game with Detroit.
RESULTS OF GAMES TO-DAY.
NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
Plttsburg. 2; Bmokl>-n, 1. ! Chicago. 4: St. Louis. 1.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
New-York. 12; Detroit, 6. I Chicago. 0; •Washington, 2.
Boston. 4: Cleveland, 3. |
GAMES TO-DAY.
NATIONAL LEAGUH
Boston a New- York. ■Cincinnati at Plttsburg.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia. ; St. Louis at Chicago.
AMERICAN* LEAGUE.
Detroit at Xew-Tork. I Chlcaso at Washlnßtrm.
Cleveland at Boston. ! 3t. Louis at Philadelphia.
THE RECORD 3.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Cluhß. Won. Lost Po. J C!ub». Won.Lost P.*
New-York ....84 82 .724: 5t. Louts 62 M .51«
i-hl.-ajro 7U «6 008 Boston 47 74 .373
Pittsburg 68 50 .570 i Brooklyn 40 70 .345
Cincinnati 60 47 .573; Philadelphia ...33 84 .252
AMERICAN LJUOTJaI
Clubs. Won. Lust. P.- | Clubs. Won.Lost. Pc
Boston ......Tl 44 .817; Cleveland 82 30' .554
New-York «8 43 .6101 Detroit 47 B5 .420
Philadelphia .«2 4« .S74iSt. Loui« 45 «5 .40»
Chicago tftl 50 .868 . Washington 20 M .232
The Highlanders defeated the Detroit nine again
at American League Park yesterday by a score of
12 to 6. Orth was taken out of the box In tha
second '.niilng- when it looked a sure victory for the
local nine, and Clarkson. the former Harvard
player, took his place. The- latter made a poor
showing:. The Highlanders made eight runs in the
opening Inning; on six hits. The contest was called
in the seventh on account of darkness. Tho score:
NEW-TORK. DETROIT.
ab r 1!; jio a c* ab r It) pa a c
D'-.uEh'ty, 1f. 4 12 2 0 OlMclntyre. if . .3 Dill <>
Keeier, rf...2 I 0 0 •> o\ Barrett, cf 3 1 O 4 O i»
ElbcrfelJ. ss.,l 110 2 it ■ oughiln, .'ih...4 110 3 1
Anderson, cf.4 1 1 - O ljHickman, 1b..4 0 010 0 2
(ianzul. 1b...4 2 3 \i 1 v Crawford, rf . .4 2 2 1 0 0
Williams. 2b.8 I 2 2 3 ii Drill, 0 3 1 l i l a
Conroy, 5b...4 2 10 1 1 L»w*. Zb 3 0 12 10
KJelnow. c...3 1 1 5 O 0 D'Laary, «5...2 0 <> '1 » 0
<Tt!i. p I 0 0 O ii 0 Kllliaa. P s I l 0 3 0
Cliirkaon, p.. 1 1 10 m — -
1 Totals - .> « 7 2112 3
Totals ... Bl 12 12 21 7 2.
New York . « «> 0 0 4 0 a— l 2
Dutroit 020I01) — d
Plr-t base, on erivrs— N»w-York. 2: Detroit, I. H!t»—
Oil Orth, .'! in 2 lnnlntta; off flarkaon, 4 In 5 Inntnsx
I^-fi un bases — New-Torlt, 4. Detroit, «. First Nise .in
halls— Off Clarkaon. ': off JCUnaa, S. Str-i.:it .nit— By
Clarkson, 4; by Killlan, 1. Three-base hit's — Oaoset,
Kloinow. C!arU»on, Kllllan. T»'>-!'is« — DrilL bacrl
fici- hit— Klelnow. Stolen V*se — Ganscl. Hit by rit.-hed
bull — t<V <lark?iirt. 1. Umpires — Connelly an.l O'trf)ughll;l.
Time, 1:4.">. Attendanc*, M.04.1.
BOSTOX. 4: CLJJVBLAND. J.
Boston, Sopt. 2. — Cleveland made to-day's pam<»
close by a bnrtir!«r rally la tho ninth, aided by
I^achance's excusfable error, but Boston won. Tha
victory was due to superior hitting 1 . The score:
'•'■ :•-: n 0 0 1 "> 2 1) 1 0 x — 4 10 3
Cleveland 0 0 0 1 " 0 •' ■• 2—32 — 3 5 1
liAtterir*— Pineen and Crifer; Bemhard and Buelow.
Attendance — 7,7tri
CinCAGO, 6; WASHINGTON*. 2.
■U'ahhingtnn, Sept. I.— Patterson easily outpltclied
Jacob^on to-day, and the itfeaCM defeated Wash
ington, i to 2. Th« score:
n. ir. c.
Chlrßßr, ..302• 60 0 • I— 4 12 2
Washington . 0 0 0 i 0 0 2 '1 0 2 •; 1
lingeries — Jaool.ann and Klttredg-*; Pattersoa and Mc-
Farlund. Attenilanc* 800.
PITTSBTTRG WINS ON WILD THBOW.
Jones Pitches Well, Otherwise — Hobertaille's
Good Start.
Pittsburjr. Bept 2.— Rot>crtall!«. Plttsburg's pitch
ing recruit from Troy. S. V . won his first gam« In
the big league, and demonstrated that ba Is » g-oed
pftrher and r-mclent at bat Jones pitched «> *ood
tarn*, hut defeated his t-nm throwl-ic wild la
the nfth InalnCi mnklnK i'lttshurj's two runs pos
sible. Attendance, 1.6 W. Score:
PlTtSßL'tta I imoOKM-N
at> r lr. % r . • . a .
Kru»er. 3b .4 0 1 1 4 t> Strun*. 3U S « 2 a 3 ■»
Ilfauni't. et_fl II 0 1 1 0 tnllor. 1b 4 • 1 • 3 0
Rltcher, 2b.. 4 (• 2 IS 0 iJennier, cf 301 4» O
U'a«r.<9r. as.. 4 o 0 3 2 1) Inbln rf 1 0 2 . o 0
Kransfl'4. 1b.3 " "11 2 O'^hwkard. If. .4 0 1 4 1 0
Mi-i.'nrm'k. rf 3 «» - ■ O ■• m,i:, », 4 0 J| * . 0
L Hmllh, 1f.. 3 00000 Jutt*r c 4 o 0 1 •> 0
Phelra. 0 3 1 2 3 0 o! Jordan, 2b 4 12 3 0 0
Rl>!/ tallle, p 1 1 0 1 (I o;Jon's, p 4 0 : 1 0 I
Toiais 30 - 7-■ •• V, Touiis M 110 2* - ;
Ptttsbttra; 000 0 2000 x— 3
nr'v.klyn 0 0 •) 0 1 » O 0 it— 1
Ttvo-j»as« htl— J(»rila-T. T*:r»«~*.»»»<» hit— McCrnrilck.
. c nrr!Hra hits— Kob-irtalll* (2). Btolesi tases— -A «itner.
Ilransneia. Btr»njr r>nubl« r'«>*— Heaurannt «nd W«gner.
First base on h«!!n <~>rf Rol*>rtat!>. 1; oft Jones. .1. Hit
by pltrhed bail— Hrartuneld. Struck ouf— TJy R'-hertallle.
4. by Junes. 1. Time. !.*»>. L'mptre — A"ai-penter.
CIIICAOO, 4; ST. LOI'IS. 1.
Chicago, Auk. 2.— l>rf«>ct support back of Brlg»s,
clever smcriflcins and a aoupla of timely hits, gave
the; ; 11 i'.N an rapy victory. The score:
Chilaci O 11 0 2 2 n ■•> ■• x— 4 7 V)
SL l»ul« O i •'...'. 8 3
HMtem-ii— J'rißJtn an<l Klirn; Taylor and GraJy. At
!r:. .)■:;■-, JUU
STATE LEAGUE.
- BL J.
I
:.ton L
NEW-ENGLAND LEAGUE.
At Bew-BedfOTd— New-Bwlfan}, 7: lUverhlll. O (f!r»t
rairje); Hsverhlll. 14; New lle.lfor-1. 2.
At fail niver— Fall River, t); Latrrene*. 1 (nrst aai— ):
Fall River, 13. r^ivrreni-e. Z iwmnil name).
At Niu.rniifc--XniiHiia. .%; Manchester. 4.
At Concord— Lowell. «; Conci rd. 8.
CONNECTICUT LEAGUE.
At Naw-Lon£on — New-London. :i Merirlen. 1.
At Ncir-Ilaven — (Flnt jHir.i New- Haven. I; jsnrlna'
flL-ld. !".; iiHvnn.-l K um £ipri!>i|ll«l<]. I] New-Haven 0
At Urills.-Ix.rt- Norwich. »; Bridgvport, 4.
* EASTERN LEAGUE.
At Buffalo — Buffalo, 3: Toronto. 2.
At Pr'ivldenre — l'rovldenta, 7. Baltimore. i.
At Newark- Jerney City, 2: Newark, 2. Gome called at
en.l of ninth lnnln< on account of darkness.
At Rochester— Montreal, U; Rochester. 2.
Mcßurney Defeats Tuckerman at
Leno,r.
' Inr rr.i.r.i:n\vii to the Tiunrxn.l
Lenox. Musis., ■apt. 2.— Malcolm Mcßurnoy. son
of Dr. Charles McEurney. of Xew-YorU. and a
Junior at Harvard, won the Stocltbrldge Cup to
day, defeating Walter K. Tuckerman, of Washing
ton, in thirty-six hole finals, 1 up and I to play.
McUurr.ey won the cup in 1902 and Tuckerman in
11)03, and the rtvala met again to-day In the finals
of a week's playing. Ny beating: Tuckerman the
cup becomes the property of the winner.
McEurney showed superior golf throughout the
match. Tuckermun was defeated by the long and
accurate drives and approaching of Mcßurney. who
played stMidlly, being 4 up on Tuckerman at the
close of the morning round. At the commencement
of the aftamoma play it was apparent that Me-
Burney would win, for he played record golf for
the first nine holes and had Tuckerman 6 down at
the A-t-nty-nlnth hole.
The governors' cup was won by W J. Brown of
Gretit Harrington, who defeated C. H. Kerner 1r
of Great Karrlntfton. 3 up and 2 to play '
The consolation cup was won by E. H Weeks
of Providence. H. 1., who beat William Stanley'
jr., of Great Barrington. 6 up and 4 to play.
PEOGEAMME OF SPORTS TO-DAY.
RACING. — At She*p»head Eay, 2:30 p. m.; Harlem and
St. Louis.
HARNESS RACING.— At Xewburs;.
ATHLETICS.— OIympic garnet at St. Louis.
LAWK TENNIS.— East Jerney Lawn Tennis Association
open tournament at Elizabeth. Hudson River cham
pionships at E«iglewrK*<l. men's aoubles at Artlsley
handicap singles at Crescent Athletic Club, tourna
ment at Canos Brook.
YACHTING.— FaII regatta Indian Harbor Yacht Club
full resntla Hartford Yacht Club, special races Larch
mont Yacht Chili, special race* brawanhalu Corinthian
Yacht Club. Kew-Kochelto Ya«:ht Club cruise, Knick
erbocker Yacht Club cruise, special races Atlantic
Yacht Club.
CRlCKET— Paterson at Columbia Oval. Brooklyn A at
New-Jersey. Columbia Oral at Newark, O. N. T.
at West Indians. Pateraon at Manhattan, Essex
County at Thistles. Tinkers at Union County.
GOLF.— Monthly handicap at Ardsley. handicap at Mont
cUlr. club championship at Entrlewood. handicap and
woman's putting- match at Cranford, handicap at
liMltusrol, club team match at Hackensack. Septem
ber cup at Suburban Club, tournament at Btockbridge.
championship at Lake stahopae. President's Cup at
Shelter Island.
BASEBALL. — League: Boston at New-York,
B:3<> p. m.: Brooklyn at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at
Plttsburg. St. Louis at Chicago. American League:
Detroit at New-York. 3:30 p. m. ; Cijlcaso at Phila
delphia, St. Louts at Washington. Cleveland at
Boston.
RABEB.UL, Polo Grounda, To-day. 3:30 -P. M^—
Eootoa v». J««wyork. Adzniasloo, 60 cents. -
GOLF.
ATLANTIC Y. C. RACE.
Maudick, Bobtail, Lisana and
Ogeemah Win.
"The second race of the Atlantic Yacht Club's
September series was sailed yesterday In the Lower
Bay In light breexes which varied from southwest
at the start to southeast at the finish. The
courses were the same aa on Thursday— fourteen
miles for the large sloops and half that distance
for the small ones.
In, Class M the Maydick easily outsailed J. B.
O'Donohue's Redwing-, the former doing her best
work In a light breeze. She won by 13 mm. 31 see.
In Claas X E. F. Luckenbach'a Bobtail waa tho
winner. She defeated the Bagheera by 2 mm.
43 sec. D. Sw Wy lie's LUana won in Class P. defeat-
Ing J. B. Palmer's Xaiad by 4 mm. 30 sec. and in
Class Q Alfred Markay^s Ogeemah. won by 4 mm.
34 sec. from the Mary
It was a reach to the first mark for tho largo
sloops, a bent to the second and a reach to the
finish. The small sloops carried spinnakers to port
on the run from the Marine and Field Club mark
to the one off Port Hamilton. It was a beat from
th^re to the finish.
The summaries:
SLOOPS— CLASS M— START 3 P. M-— COUKSB 14
MILES.
Elapsed Corrected
Finish. time. time.
Tacht an.! owner. H.M.9. H.M.S. H.M.9.
Maydlrk. W. H. Callda.. ..4 i.iM 1:43:3« 1:43
Redwing. J. B. O'Donohua.. -i:5»:33 1:38:33 1:5" :0T
SLOOPS— CLAS3 N— START 3 P. COURSE 14
MILES.
Bobtail. E. F. Luckenbaca.. 4:42:4« 1:42:46 1:42:48
Bafheerm. Hendin Chubb... 4:«:5» 1:45:50 1:43:29
SLOOPS— P— START 3:OS— COURSE 7 MILES.
Llzana, D. S. Wj-lle 5:15:40 2:10:40 U:07:2»
Nalß.l. J. H. Falroer 017 2:12:32 2:11:5*
Bonito. Haviland brother*. . T, MI -1 2:18:41 2:14:32
Smoke. L. H Dyer 5:1.-. 2:13:Ul 2:13:01
SLOOPS — Q— START 3:00 — COURSE 7 MILES.
OjHasllSll. A. Mackar 5:25:23 2:20:23 2:00:59
Mary. Max Grundner 8:20:04 2:13:04 2:14:32
ramifies. P\ J. Havens 5:24:20 2:19:29 2:19:25
Trouble. W, 11. Chilis 6:25:11 2'2«:ll 2:20:11
The third race of tho series will be sailed to-day.
LABCHMONT FLANS THREE RACES.
A Special To-morrow — Regatta Monday and
Cup Contest Saturday.
Three Important races are announced by the
regatta committee of the I.archmont Yacht Club.
The first, to be sailed to-morrow, is a special race
for all schooners and for «-18.-«Ht-s II and I of sloops.
In the latter tha 70-fout sloops Yank Virginia
and Rainbow are entered. The Neola and the
\Vet>tamoe will also start, it is said. On Monday
tho fall regatta of the club is to be sailed, start-
Ing at 11:20 *. m. Then* Will be races lor all
classes. r<*^iilar, restricted, special and one design.
The course will be signalled from the rogatta
committee's boat fifteen minutes bef r ths pre
paratory signal la riven. For the purpose of sig
nalling *'••. courses, the classes are grouped in
three series, as follows:
Series A— Schooners— Cla*s A, all ov»r 95 feet
raolntr length. Class B, Not over SB and over ■
feet racing length. Class C, not over S5 an over
75 feet racing >n«rth. Class V. not over <o an«l
over ''." feet raclr.i? lengtn. Sloops, cutters and
yawls— Class O, all ov«r S>) feet racing length.
Class H, n"t over *) and overdo feet raoinff lenjrfn.
C!a»s I. not over 70 and over ft' feet rnoir.ff lftnsrh.
Class J. not over 60 and over .'<!. feet racins l»-nRth.
Series B— Schooners— Class K. not over »>."i feet
racing len*th. Sloops, cutters and yawls— Class K.
not over 51 and over 4.1 feet raclne length. I 'lass
L. not over 42 and over 36 feet ■'...* length. Clasa
M. not over 36 and over 20 feet r i .: c length.
Class N*. not over 30 and over 23 feet racing 1 length.
Tne Charles H»TTeshoff one dtslßn clasa.
Series C— Stoops, cutter* and yawla — Class P. not
over 23 and over D feet racing 1 length. ClaM <«i. not
over 3 •■■■■ over IS feet racing length. Class R. not
over IS fe«»t racinir length. Raceabout class. 21 ft»et
load waterllne length. All one desljrn and re
«nrl.'t«hi •■;*»»•«< of ie*a than 2 feet load waterHna
lenrtb. Mainsail yacht*— Class S. all over 7Z feet
rarinir lenrth. Class T. ir>t over 25 and over 8
feet racing length. Class V. sot iv*r 21 and over
11 feet raclrif lecgth. Class W, rot over 13 feet
rarinj length.
The schooner race fir the Larchmont Cup of
1904 will be sailed on S.-uuniay. September 10. All
••'hoonani will sail In on* class. Time allowanc*
will bn calculated on the racing length, according
to the table o? allowances of th« club. There will b«
no restrictions «a to sails or crew», and each com
p»-tlng yacht must fly Its pnvat* gipr-al at th«
;#;ik. Therei wUI also b«» ra'^es for l"la:=s 11. SO
f»'«-t. rai-lntr length, ar.d for '"las» I. 70 feet, racing
Battles should b« M+4 with the r»»<ratra commit
..... «• Ij\rchma3t. not later than Thursday. S«»p
tembrr 8. at S o'clqclc p. m.
•TolonrU In Plwiforwi.** Rotbl children who com
mand rrflmraN before they ran walk. By Ex- \t
e«rhe. .*«» The «nn<l«r Tribnn«» to-morrow.
FIRST WINS JERSEY DAY.
Make* £66 Out of Possible SOQ at
Sea Girt.
tBY TKI K>i«APS TO THE TBinCNE.]
P*» Girt, N. J . Sept. I.— The First New-Jerser
reirlment Is In high feather to-rtisht. f<>r It baa
agnln w<>n the honors of "Jersey Day" nt the tour
nament of the National ana the New-Jersey Rifle
Associations. It repeated Its trick of last year
winning the Columbia trophy match. I!y ten points
It thrashed th« Fourth: by fourteen the Third; t>y
twcr.ty-four the Second, and left th<» First Troop
thirty points tn tho rear.
In excellent light, but with ■ strong- ran^o wind,
»ev«rn teams wrnt to tha bulls at 9 o'clock. Tho
match for the- bronze trophy presented to the N-'-v -
Jersey National (Juanl by the National Guard of
the District of Columbia la tivo shots at 200 anil
500 yards. On the first range J First and Third
were • ad at '.:*. Un the longer rnnqft the Third lost
and the First ■ieaiUad down, finishing with a score
of 142 out of a possible 130, and v two range total
of .<* ■•■■ the best Individual score the honors
went to Corporal \V. Muller, of tho Third. At
i**) yards he made a possible, the sole one in the
match, and ended th«» match with 47 out of 50.
The full scores in the Columbia match were:
FIRST REGIMENT.
200 V It 300 Yds. Tut*:
Ptivat* P. J. ■■■Ham -•" n 43
Private H. '!rti»rh 21 "24 IB
Lleun-nant 11. I. Smith -- M ■»•>
LlfUtt-nant II A. Rice JH -'I 41
Major A. Rowland 22 24 4rt
Lieutenant W. A. Tewca 21 24 45
Grand totals 124 142 200
FOURTH ■IIIMsinT
Major H. 11. nrlnkThoff 21 21 42
Captain E. T. I>abb 10 24 43
Lieutenant W. C. Oinnon ID 23 41
Berceant W. A. Baker 10 24 •» i
Sergeant >" J. Ratners 22 22 44
Sergeant J. Mc-arana Si 20 43
Grand total! 123 133 25rt
THIKD.
Major C. W. Shivers „ 30 » 4O
Captain W. S. Price... 23 21 44
S»r«fant J. A. Hubart « -''» 20 40
Corporal A. W. Muller 22 25 47
Herr*ant A. H. Pfoll —._ 20 23 43
Serjeant W. L. Hall 19 10 38
Grand totals 124 123 252
SECOND.
Captain TV. B. Martin _ 20 24 44
Sergeant G. S. Fair Is 20 33
Corporal O. W. 8. 5y1ve«t«r. ....... 13 22 3.1
Corporal C. I. Sylvester 10 23 42
Hericeant J. P.. Williams 13 22 41
Sergeant Major R. W. Evans M ... 20 24 44
Grand totals 100 133 242
SECOND (SECOND TEAM).
Berr*ant M. Hort 17 23 S3
Corporal C. H. Bllyeu M 10 34
l«r*eanl~f'. Dohm 10 23 42
Benteant L. V. r>v»!s 81 IT »
Colonel J. F. Clime 22 19 41
Prtvatn E. Mcßo«tle 21 22 43
Grand totals 113 122 237
FIRST TROOP.
Lieutenant B. R. Rocme .f. 11 20 81
kienreant W. Rolltnson... -'• 18 SO
«s«r»wutf J. Kyle •— •— 20 22 42
Private Dodrrln ~ ■■ ■ 22 43
Private Felgen»pan. .....21 -- 43
Captain W. A. Bryant «... 17 -1 38
Grand total. 110 128 2M
FOURTH (SECOND TEAM).
Serif-ant Smith — 20 21 41
Corporal Outwater IS 20 ,TH
Corporal Heeler -....„ ...... 22 23 43
Sergeant HeKeler _.... 23 21 44
Sergeant O. W. Wright —..., 17 It 2»
Sergeant N. J. Wright 13 13 31
Grand totals 119 110 238,
SUSPENDS M'GANN AND DAHLEN.
IDT ntittin to m TEIBCJJE.I
Cincinnati, Sept. Before ho left the city to
day. President Bulliam save notice that McCann,
first baseman of, the New-York nine, had bean In
definitely suspended, and Dahlen, shortstop, set
down until September 6. for unbecoming conduct
on the field In this city on Wednesday. McOann will
bo reinstate*! only on assurance of complete good
conduct in the future riven by himself and John
T. Brush. case of Frank Bowerman. who as
saulted a spectator, will not reach the National
League unless President Herrmann of the Cincin
nati club tiles charjres against Bowerman, as Um
pire Zimmor did not sea the assault.
-inbway <hups. The convenience and value of th.-ir
ctom, which will bo located underground. s«« TIIO
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THE HEAD-MASTER WILL BE AT THE SCHOOL
EVERY MORNING FROM TEN TO TWELVE O" CLOCK.
A thoro'.iTb tmlnlnjr for your bor.
IRVING^ SCHOOL,
LOTJIS DWIOHT* RAT. Head Master.
LOriS D-WTi-.HT RAT. Head Master.
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. JUNIOR AMD
(Q— m COLLEGE PREPARATORY GRADES.
Sanitary School Building.
Gymnasium and flajpi.il.
„ ' Classes of sWsjhl
No home Italy fa* boys under fifteen, aa all lessons
are prepared la school.
| Tear Boole on request.
« 1* fFOR BOTS> ** / J»
" 45 West E!;!iy-Hnt Street. V
THIRTEENTH TEAR BEGIN* SEPT. 2STH.
Illustrated ctialogu* on application.
N. Archibald Shaw. Jr.. Principal.
Collegiate School,
"Ml WENT SEYENTY-aEVENTn ST.
Boy* prepared for the Colleges and Scientific Schools.
Primary Department. Wall-equipped gymnasium. Re
opens SEPTEMBER 2*4.
L. C. MTO ATT. Principal.
CHAPIN COLLEGIATE SCHOOL,
24 E-VST 60TH ST.. NEW YORK.
QCth YeVir Begins Oct. i. 1904.
A: H xvrtl English. Classical and Primary.
*"* ** B. LORD BL'CKLEY. A. B. Principal.
11. li. CHAPUC D. D.. Principal Emeritus.
TRINITY SCHOOL.
139-141 WEST 31ST ST.
AD- Schoul far boys. Founded In 1709.
Primary, Grammar and Hi£a Schools.
DWICHT SCHOOL
li Went »::>1 -rreet. New York City
-."th '\.-iir opens Sept. i»th.
Hich class private school for buys from 7 to 20 years
of age. Individual attention given boys whoso education
has U»ea irreicular. i.ars-> faculty. Laboratories. Cjym
nasiura. Athletics.
K. E. • isjslii, A»«oe. Prlo.. Arthur Williams. Prin.
THE CUTLER SCHOOL,
R£OreN3 SEPTEMBER 38th.
Address, £0 Eatt 30th Street.
THE FREE LAND SCHOOL
SP.U.DINf; BtItDING, •!» WEST 42D STREET.
FORMERLY AT 3I« FIFTH AYE.
COLLEGE ritEP\RATU>N.
MANHAITAN COLLCOE.
Clr%r. ■'. ' N-» Y-irk.
For Young Ladles— City.
Academy Mount St. Ursula,
BEDFORD PARK. NEW YORK CITT.
Boarding aail Day School fcr Younjt Ladies and Ll*tl»
Giris directed by the> Crsulinaa. Delightfully situated oa
tn* Uarlrm Patlmad. near s?t. John's Colleae and cpcosila
BRONX FAKK BuTANICJU. iiAKDESx
The course cf Studies !s thorauKh. embrac;r.« all th«
branches renuisltw for a compiet* anil reftne<l sUucation.
The AcaJ-'tnv will reopen on Wednesday. Sept. .*. For
circulars a>l'ir»«» Mother duß«rior.
De Lancey School for Girls.
71 West 85th Street.

■■iT^ 108 West Eighty-first Street. ■* /•
»• frimury to tuilrs;«> l-r«4.*r:»lory Classes.
Circular oa application. Sew '..a: begins Oct. Bta.
■ THE MISSES GRAHAM ~
(Successors to tha Misses Green).
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
(Established ISII > Heopens Oct. S.
9mm Loralioo. 1M West 724 ■>!.. >bermaa Squar*.
" MRS. COOPER HARTMANS
EIVEKSIDE SCHOOL FOB GULLS,
813 r.IVJ3T.SIDE DRIVE! AND ANNEX.
NEW YORK CITY.
The Misses Jaudon's
BOAT.. . AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
•a East Mtb Street.
THE TaTBHRTLT^AM LAEB SCHOOL,
Formerly
THE PEEBLES * THOMPSON SCHOOL,
BCAKDINIi AND DAT SCHOOL. FOU f.lßlj^
30. 32. S4 Eaat S7ta Street.
milE VEUTIN SCHOOL FOP. GIRLS.
*■ lt'o-162 "WEST 74TH ST.. N. T. CUT.
College Prefiaxatorj' "»nd General Course.
Number of pupiSs limited to twelve in each class.
Rrnper.a Oct. 8. Fireproof bulldins. thoroughly equipped.
Miss Gerrish's Collegiate School
54» Heat End Avenue. New Xark City.
Fltttns for College a specialty. Special courses of study.
A lIIUI.HXHI. HUME ana School for little Ctrl*.
Flftrfaih year begins September 29th.
" * M.as JOHNSON and Miss ALCOTT.
Port Cheater. N. T.
MIS 3 BRO"Vv"N*3 Dnartinic and Var School reopens Oct. a.
Adiiresa Mis3AantfHrown.ParWUm-on-tae-H-q(iaon.X.T.
THE MISSES UAYSOX SCHOOL, FOR GIRL 3.
Small classes throughout the. year.
REOPEN 3 OCT. *.
170 173. ISO West 73th Street.
MISS ROBERTS' 3 SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
Kindergarten and classes for boys. Advanced courses
lor speclul students. Reopens October 3rd.
7 WEST ;*TH STREET.
MISS JENNY HUNTER'S Tra«inir School for Kinder
sartners. IS West 127 th St.. will reopen Sept. 26.
Apply after Sept. 5 at 5.07 a Fifth Aye.
KINDERGARTfW TRAlNlNG.— vfpena Sept. 12. Fr»«
'IV Scholarihlp» ltd.: lndur'ts ear!y reaistra'a. not.
IELNORUAL INST.. Z. A. CTTTTB2*. 48 Irvtnc PL. N.Y.
BET. 4hTU ana •OTH ST3.
Both Sexes— City.
THE ZANDER INSTITUTE
SO W. 39tb St. (next to Plaza. Hotel).
Instruction In Medico- Mechanical Gymnas
tic* for curvature of tha spine, tlataeaa or
cheat, round shoulders and weaJc or Uoßtr
fectly developed chtMren. Call or send (or
booklet. Tl Imported apparatus la use.
fry ac k ard"\
! A Moouns THOROUGH
I 4.VTIT Tisssl " f thm PACKARD COMMERCIAL J
VbCauuu ~~ we. and Md at., begins Sept. a. I
V Open Labor Day for isgtaHaiaM of students.
STAMMERING. ~ '
•>-.>,. ■ ■■■:.-. aKectlonsi c£ *,— . corrected. Eitab-
Ni»h«l 1-<SO. *'Kd for "Cans^s and Tr*ntrri<rat of atam
ixilng." Also sample copy VOICE TOPICS. I.
F. A. BRYANT. M. P.. 13 X. Wen 40ta St.
EXERCISE GYMNASIUM.
Op«n ■>- -. ' 13. Under persona.l direction o*
HO *sAl'AfF' Uptown. 3oh W. Mth st.
L/J\s JlllilUU l)on-nto»-n. 153 Ur.«nl»-.t».
' TUB BEUUTZ SCHCX?t. Q? LANGUAGES. '
■„■-■:■',.. • »1122 Broadway); Brooklyn. 73 Court St.
Reduced lUtes^lurlas Summer; also Latin and lre«k
CHAKLOTTE SULLEY. Vice- Principal N.VY." School
off Eipresslen, Sit W. S7th Insiructlon In elocu
tion, physical culture; couching- plays and wransinj
entertainments. -t«*.. • •
1 -..>.:■. i. r, lun 4 -...1..1,:, taujtht by International
Language Phone ilethod, Metropolis Bids., N. Y.
rHKENOLOGICAJL examination* "a.ly. FOWLER*
WELi-d CO^.(estafiUsaed. 1435), 24 Eaat t2d Bt_ N. T.
Instruction.
STEVENS SCHOOL
■*»•» Street, tketweea ith aod eta sa. ■UEBSt*-. .
_. . . reopens sept. laTuTiaa- * J * *""
ce a «n nn bb t er irloM ** ad—to. ■ •. ISO ,1 ,» -
For catalocae, « cgly to the PrtadpeJ * Slvam - n>|L
For Boys and Ycuoy 3len— Cocntry.
Cascadilla School
FOE EOYS Ithaca, ST. Y.
and other levins colleges, TTTiiiij H lIL _T^__ „ *
st , udea '-,, Prudent acbannaa rf CorSeitlar.*
C arat : • the country. " *w'.i^»«r ■*?*
now to students entering flrs; o/seeond^ar c.aSii."i£
illustrated catalogs and terms address 5 H?S«»r.
BETHLEHEM """*
r- 1. Preparatory School
Cetotehrai. Pa. Prepares for Harvard. Tal*. Prtne»
~Ue«. in 26 y«ar.. X,w 'buiidinas. JJJSnSIuSL »S
•wimnun* .. pOllp 011 bummer session for dej,>emi^Sssla*
tlona. Catalogue. ■. p. FUSSING. m. *.. ris^ajaj
Montclair Military Academy.
■gas r j .—» « <* •■»
seventeen Tears at this one school hay« given to to ,
i.. W titM fS?" *nse™9tln« th!=*» to a? In book
let entitled "Tour Bey and Our School." IJ will Interest
you no matte J^ B"? *°~ tor j^,, ...tw^.,...,
JOHN G. MacVICAB. A. St.
» tt olden Place. 3lunt clilr, U. J.
t-DSON RIVER MILITARY ACADEStT* So. Nyact
Mi Uu.iiua. N*w York. City 26 m.iei" a a«r* ■
u«aaUi.al elms oa lie west. 20 mi.c» o* maerh. r>»«£
view oa thaeait, moita tie location Wiss "roSa Ur?S
ana steam heated: full ar.d special courses; stabUu?
horses ana beaut:. oonie* for riding; recreaiicn aaS
diU fr«« ot cost: over Zi> years under present munertarl
trident guarantees "a safe, thorough school, under klad"
OVERLOOK MUTA A R cA y
XTACK-ON--nXI>SON. a Mile* &om N. fT
Preparatury Jor c«>il«s» and technical, ipecial courses in,
stencgrapcy. tyyewriting ami bookk«epuiK. A:hleOcs en -
Dr. ARNOLD V. POVVER. Trincipal. ) _
ilajor GEO. V.'lLi-'ON, Cc/mriantiaat { Kegenta.
NEWTON COLLEGIATE rESTITUTE,
>*ewtun. Suaaex County. >'. J.
Preparatory 3ch««l tor boyai Ta-.> hour* Sob New
Torit. D.. L A \V. R. R. lieai looadon. 1.000 fe«B
•legation, upea entlrw year. dCMilEit \mt>, COtls
year, de»t. ZS*±- For proapoctaa aJilress
PHILIP S. "WILSON. A. M.. Prto,
HAPLEWOOD. 1° tor^, P^Par^ «or busmeaa or coU
•■"»* •»*** " ""•**• lege. IKm gymnasium, athletla Hold.
One of the most beautl^il locations la Eastern Pa.; nsodem
«ju!pmer;t: 43 years of success; boy» forga to the) trout,
one in C. 3- denatc; the failures In other schools X! ... ,
with us successral i»tudenta; we all work, then play.
J. SHORTULGE (Yale). A. M., Prtn., Ccncordviiie. Pa.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY COLLEGE,
CHESTER. PA. 43rd Year Begins September St.
CIVIL ENtJINEERINU. CHEMISTRY. ARTd* ALSO
PREPARATORY CLASSES. INFANTRY, ARTILLERY.
CAVALRY. A Superior system ot Education. CaT\«
LOGUEd OP COL. CHARLES S. HTATT. PRESIDENT.
Park Avenue Institute
Bridgeport, Cn— srticut.
Boys like thU school. 32d year. Excellent home aa<t
thorough worl*. College or buainessL i-i >■>. . -rated
catalagus. > tTU U. Ju.MiM, A. M.. Principal.
HACKLEY SCHOOL.
Tarrytown, N. T.,
Opens September SStii. 1904.
A Horn* School for Bays.
LOWER SCHOOL admit* boys at taa years ot mam aast
St» them for th»
UPPER riOiiOOL, which prepares) for tbe) universities.
colleges and technical schools.
Prospectus seat on application.
HUO-AC SCHOOL. Ilooaicx. N. T. — Amonf tie MM
of the B-rkahira Rauga. A preparatory school tor boys;
home Influences; b«at edacational advantage* Rannias
track, rymnaaium drill, hookey rink la winter. Opens
Sept. Klst, Rt. Rev. W C. DO\NE. D. D.. Visitor.
Catalogue, Rev. EDW.IBD DCDLEY TIBBITS. Cector.
MACKENZIE SCHOOL S&s*^~»
tareral preparation of 130 boys, colles» and bUßlnesas
<Fees. **tt)O and >t jii > .-"i.. term. September :::.
James C. Mackenzie. Director. W. W. Randall. Ueadsiastetv
PEEKSKILL uiDMV
ronnded 1*33. Pmhehlll. >', T.
CHAPPAQCA MOCNTAIN INSTITUTE. Chappoqna.
V> N. T. — Boarding school under care si ?"r:enda. &11
year Both sexes. Tsrrr* moderate. Thirty m.lea frac)
N«w-Tort ALBER R. LAWTON. A. St. Prtacipal.
HE MORRISTOTVN SCHOOL. JIORRISTOWN. N. X.
will reopen Frtaay. September 30. New bays aad
conditioned boys. Thursday. September 20.
THE IRVING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Tarrytown-oa-
J_ Hudson. N. X.
NEWMAN !*TIIOOI. FOR BO\"*. — Under pwr^na. »
Cathni'.c Archbl.-*hi>p of New York. ST'lo to ISOO. JE353
ALBERT LOCKE. Head Master, Uackensaclc N. J.
Tor Youiio Ladles— Country.
Academy of Saint Josepc-in-the-Pines.
The Academy of St. Joseph, a Boarding School fop
Young L*^ies. 'a pleanantly loca'.ed lv Brentwood. the>
Pine R^sion of Long Uland.' Tha .rriealua* embraces
the Primary. Grammar. trails—lß and Post-Graduat*
trades. Special 3tutiei.ts may pursue elect studies la
En*li»ri Mathematics. Foreign L*n«uas«s. Vocal azut la
strumental Music. Drawing. Filatins. «tc
Studies will be. resumed Thursday. September sea.
T.A.»i:iX SE3UNAJIT.
Aaburndale. Mjl**. — A scnool or the first class far yoas?
women Gives thoroush tralnins In a liberal arts coursa
olanned wholly for youns women addms Its specialty
of Household Econonjics. Boston Hoaters In Mosio and
Ar* Apply early. For Illustrated catalojua. *ddre*s
app y C. C. BHAUDON. PriaciveU.
C: «nt Station, 3ear
Kj Morriatown. N. J-. *1 miiea Irom New-Xort. on D..
» a w K. R. Founded !n ViSi. Firsi CaihoUc woiuan *
colle«» chartered In tiia United States. Has authority I •
eonier Jiplomaa ... academic BBsaasat Music and Art
i> mii— hi taught. Reference* neeeaaary tor a^rniesinq.
il^a»a proapeotua addr«»a MOTHER SUPERIOR.
YOTBB DAMB AC.\DEMt FOR CIRLa.
V LoweU. Mas-t. S^unUed m laSi
continues the careful training and tisorouga inatroctlca
In every department for which It has hitherto - m M ■
bly known. Sot bookie*. app;y to Mother Superior.
4 CADEMT OP ST. VINCENT. 42 "Wallace Places N«w
■\. axle, V. J. All branches of a rouaki English exnsea>
'!ou Ample grou Ccnvsnient ta trolley and, staaca
lines. Members of a:»- denomination received >a»e»Hlii
by the Board of Resents. Address StJTKP. gUFBHIOR.
4 C%DEMT OCR LADY OP THE BLESSED SACRA
-\_ ji£lNT, Grymea Hill. Staten island. T. — Boarding
md Day School for sirls. Pr.vatt* l««soos in French. Mu
sic. Painting and Embroidery- Address Mother Superior.
T UDLOW-ON-HUDSON. — Seton Academy. 33T SoutSi
±J Eroadway. Yonkers. N. Y. Slater* of Cftar-.ty. Day
Scnoot far youii« laJloa and children. Kiaiiersartaa. San*
curriculum aa M: St. Vincent. AUdresa Slater dupes***.
MISS DANA'S -CHDCL r«« CIBIS, hIIISSV
V. J. { Suburban to Now Torlt). — Exceptionally broatt
curriculum. Certincata admits to ail leadlaff collesea>
Music and Art. Gymnasium. Outctoor agorta. Rial
dent pupils. 1900. ■
' THE LOGWOOD GOLLEftUTE SOW.
ui^iTiictyrE HALL. AK^D.WJUE. x. x.
Formerly Mount Vernon. N. I >
jit st. DOMXXXC'S ACADE3XT. 'Missis— Slaters*
cidnelL N J.. on Eri* R- Ii» Pupi:» reewvea as youa*
as 8 years, also bora unrier i*. Exceptionally a<«altitful
location. Reopens Sept. T*.-. Aicireaa Sister auparlor.
RYE SEMINARY TSSSf"*
Mrs, S. J. LXTS. Th« Hts— a. sTOWa. R39. New Tars.
MORAVIAN SEMINARY far Ctrta. BetMeMem. Pv..
Founded II •» W»tb »«sur «cv* aeyt. :Ut. AeV
drrss J. MAX HARK. D. 1).. Pna,
rpBB MiaSM afetcatrs Bcar-iln* and Oay School to?
X Olrla, Tarrytown. N. Y. Callage r>r«paj»tloa. PtavaV
cut Culture, Teams. BaaJcet- R«opeiv* Sept. SIX
For Both — Country.
: NNINGTO3 SEMUIAET,
POR YOCXO MEM AND WOXKX
PENNINGTON. N. J..
On Philadelphia and Rcadins R. R.. between Ne-» Tar*
•ad PhtUd»lpWa- Bleat course* of study. Prepares tar
coilec* or fur business FUiisiilaK school tor young latest
Splendid musical aS-.'.capj oa puna and pij j arr^a.
I-"iU term cp«ns Seplsiob«r 12tij. Studeats racetved at
any tlrr.a t&ereafter. For tnm Uluattsuad lalngii
■end to
PRESIPENT MAK3HAXI. P«uuagtoa. K. J.
School Agev.dei.
Au Ricax ano roanrrc -nucaxatr acbwct
.rL s—Bltis >u««a»afs Teacher*. Tutors. Go n irassssa>
etc. to firtssju. School* and Famiilsa. Appiy to
Sirs. VJ. TOCMQ-jrciaaw. Ualoa ■>■ i n
Law SehooU.
New York iSerentl^th y«ar Opens Sept U.
■ t* 'a. (from I:2i> to c I', it. CT«oin«i
University c£SU"; S essu»u at»i^r. *.
. »- l « >Crant3 dpyreej of LX* E.. LU
LaW ScnOOi \liS&.. and J. D. TtiUloa. tlio.
Far t*rrelan «d£r«a» . -
■<;l_ J. TOMPKS.N3. Reslatrar. Waabtastoa S%. .n v T. - v
>I£\V VOKK t l>uy Sfboul. - ) 35 Xaaaau at.
LAW >< H«m»L J E*eulnj i N'»w York City. .
"Uwia-ht M-tijod" or Infraction. LI- B. la tw» yea*;
U.".M.'ta.tArM y-»rj. . il!£i standard*. - - ' • W,.
■ •end top-«*tala»Tj«. GEOKGE CUASS. Dmj*^
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