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K 4 TflK Sftff, SAPRtATgQVKJqiUlJ)B 1C, 1889. ; 1
HI MSAS. CITY MOPS OUT.,
I H- vitcx nrs ctfVns lbpx is tie Aupn.
I ?.' JCJX AS80VIJT1OK
Mi VHb Iastn Hen JFlaleh Vn Their IVork
j" an4 dt (Ioane, While the Aaspclatltm
,; Man Mat Decide Vpem Way Oat at"
i Their Trouble To-day-Other New.
,1 Yesterday was tho fifth day ot tlio srreat
,, fcsso ball mMtlnn at the Fifth Avcnuo Hot.
Mi Vhe League hod varr UtUa bnalneaa to. attend
'X to, and the delegates wore eoon ready to leave
UP lor home. Honors of Philadelphia said that It
' vas a notorious fact that a number of players
M reserted by jLeague clubs had doclarod tholr
'' Intention toviolate saldroBerre.notwlthstand-
lj InanoUoea by tholr rsspqcllvo dobs of said ro-
') serve, nnd,of the latter's option to ronow tho
'' usual form of contract with such pfayors for
iH' 'the season of ISOa Also, that tno opinions of
Hi'' eminent oounsel bad boon received afflrralnc
iH the letral and eaultablo rights of said olubs
! under said contracts to the sorvlcea of tnoir
H '' respective players for the season of 1890. That,
P theroforo, he moved the f ollowlns resolution :
I tn ' RnalKt, That th League hsrsby declares tht It will
I KJ eld each of It elub members la th. enforcement of th.
I jl contractual right of said olubs to th. services of Its
II rservd player, for th. mun of Ihouj end that e com.
m mltteeot three be appointed by th. League, with full
fS power to formulate end carry out th. best method of
enforcement of uld contractual righta of uid olubt:
end that neh commute b authorized to drew upon tb.
guarantee fond of tht Le.ro. for such .mount. i insy
be necessary to terry out the Intent of tbl resolution.
Messrs. Byrno, Rotters, and Pay were ,ap-
pointed aa said committee, llr. Hpaldlne
' offered tho following resolution, which was
H R'MiKd, Thtt no Leagu dob shall from thle time en-
terlnto negotlatlonaor onntrecuwlth players not un-
air League reservation, or enter into negotiations wnn.
any club for tbe transfer of any ot It players until Feb
I I, f 880.
eK Retotted. Tbat a committee of three b. appointed to
&H bdetlgntdtb negotiations commlttse. of which
J tn. rrnldenl ot the Lenin, .hell be Chairmen, to which
IH ehall be referred all epplloatlone tromplaver. desiring
,H positions on Leasue teams, at well e applications from
I clnb member, of th. national agreement wishing to dla-
I SH posot tbe lease of their playera
I HJ uuo.tto. That the Chairman of tbU committee hall
i r be the exclualre channel through wblch each epptlca-
ISA tlon and negotiation ran be conducted by th. ttatlonal
I fen Leagu or any of lu clube, end wild committee BbaUae
laffJI certeln th. terme npou which any luch releeie. cen b.
I!B procure or .ucti oontreet. ox.cut.d.
If jtjl kaotved. That all League club. In order to secure th.
t ( Mrrtessor. each players, will Indicate to th. Chairman
I HI tn. positions ton. flUsd end th. nem.e of the pier. rs
J! HI wanud. end upon th. bnanlmou vot of aatd commit.
1 ! tee e oontreet may be aa.cut.d betw.en e club end any
1 player bo approved end formulated tn the usual manner.
Ill JiuQlvtd. That the cnramltt.e bylte unanimous vote
) (! beeuthorlaed to drew from tbe guaraht.o tuud of the
u tHI Leegu. such fund. a. may be n.cess.rr to carry out the
nffJI purposes of this resolution, to be repeld to th. fuudbjr
l U tbedabeDeneat.dther.hr.
'H Mossrs. Byrno. Young, and Itoach were np-
I Ml- pointed on this oommlttee. Tbe Leasue then
I adjourned, to roconyono on Jan. 28. 18i)0.
H . Aftor the Lonsue meotlnc adjourned A. G.
jiigafi ' HpnldlnK, l'tesldent of tbe Chlcaito Club, wns
lllgB"' lotorviowod on tbo situation. He said ha was
vorfeotly satisfied with tho legislation mul
II ( work of the Leaauo at tots meetlnir, and with
I ! tbe addition of Brooklyn and Clnolnuatl bo
IJIjH vonsldorod tho Leacuo stroneor now than it
illtH evor was In Its history. Tbo lncrooslntrof the
IIIM bond ot cnoh club to $23,000 not only. In his
I Wk - opinion. Insures tho financial responsibility of
!!leH'- tlio Loairue. but is a suarautoo to the players
ljw ttint uny contract mado between a Loaguo
I . club and aplayoroanbo enforced by tho player.
J;' "Tho Leaaue." said Mr. Hnaldlos. "by tbe
lllgB,, abolishmontot the ' sales system ' and classl-
B llcatlon rule and by the payment of $260 to
fl . Butollffe. althoueh technically tbaro was no
leeal oblleatlon to do this, as ButclllTe did not
i elsna Brotherhood contract with I be Detroit
I Uiub lnl8S7oontalnlncth0 8alary-rosorrailon
fl . clause, has dItcU tbe players more than they
MB asked for, all of wbloh carries out my promise
' Bj to Ward tbat tbe matters referred to In our
, Ml' June conference oould safely be intrusted to
HI tbe Ieaiue for a fair consideration and sottle-
I HI ment at Its annual meetlnic
(I . " The League has up to tbe present time
HI . clven the Brotherhood everything they have
HI asked for, and if aftor this notion tho players
'. Hi "re determined to make an effort to break tho
,: Hi Leasna and join a rival organization, tbey
r Hi must preparo themselves to take tbe conso-
11 Hi uuences." .
ml In answer to a question as to what tho polloy
91! of the Leasue would be toward their revoltiuc
players. Mr. tipaldlnff said that no one could
: apeak definitely for the Leasue. but his por-
f eonal idea was that if tbe players persist in
HJ, their conspiracy, and show in some more sub-
HI stantlal way than omnty throats tbat they re-
i MB,- ally intend to carry their scheme into opera-
i HJ tlon. ho had no doubt that the League clubs
i would make overy possible effort to onjoin tho
i IHjf players from playinc In any other orcanlza-
H ! tlon. Mr. Bpaldlne sold that It was the opin-
1 HE , ton ot some ot the most prominent lawyers In
! (HE the oountry that: such an Injuction will hold.
MB v lie has as yet seen no opinion from any lawier
i (HJ on the other side indicating tbe rovor-o.
IH , In case tho Injunctions are not obtainable.
' what will the policy of tho Leacuo bo then?"
1 t Mr. Hpaldinctwaa asked.
' ' "In that event thero will be nothing left for
; the League to do but to expel all the nlayors
! i who enter into the conspiracy, which will prac-
HI , tlcally moan heir retirement from profosslon-
r . ul bas0 hall, should tbalr rebellious soheme
7- provo a failure. I have too high a regard for
li the general Intelligence of tho rank and file of
' If' the Leaguu players to believe that they will be
HI ,.' Jed Into such a dangerous experiment by a few
HJ; hot-headed Anarchists, urged and abetted by a
B" few enthusiastic, long-chance capitalists.
ms, whose only possible Interest in tho matter, ac
HJ- cording to their own statements. Is tbe amount
J . of money they hope to realize out ot It"
HBV Evidently, Mr. Bpaldlng. you do not have
HJ much fear of tbe Brotherhood moemeat,"
H3i" ventured the tntorviewer.
, rNot the slightest." he replied. "It It sne-
HJ- ceeda in.effeotlno an organization, which I
,''' ery much doubt, It Is only a question of time
HJ,, and .how muob money these misguided en-
Hj .: tbiislastics will throw Into it. as to its ultimate
HJ I collapse and failure, which. In my opinion. Is
Hi certain. From the long personal acquaintance
Hj with all tho gentlemen connected with ibe Na-
HJ . tlonal League. I feel safe In saying tbat In any
HBv oyent tbe National League will continue to lur-
HJ) 4 nlsh llret-class. honest Taso ball in the future
fl, . as it has In the past, and I have no doubt the
Hjp League will be In flourishing existence long
HH ' after tbe present Brotherhood movement and
MB the men connected with it are forgotten.''
US ' TOE ASSOCIATION USETTKa
Mr Acting President Von der Aho called the
HR.'. meotlngto order nt 11 o'clook. The first busl-
HK . ness to oomo before tbe meeting was tbo reelg-
HJj; natlnn tendered by Delegate a. a KrauthofT of
HD'4 the Kansas City Club from tho Association. Ao-
HE: cording to tbe constitution, any club ean re-
Hfr sign during tho month of November without
He' . colDg tbroucb the, formality uf an acceptance
HR of tbo resignation by the Association. Messrs.
'- npeaa and KrauthofT left tho room, and the
HL Kansas City Club was immediately transferred
IB . to the Western Association by telegraph. This
HJ' - nation left only five clubs in the Association.
HE; i As tho representatives ot five clubs constitute
HH" a quorum, business was resumed, and Zactt
B. Phelps of Louisville was eleoted President,
HEfT , All this oeourrcd before ibe Association bad
HJ been In session an hour. It leaked out later
HJ that the Detroit and Bvraouse clubs bad made
HJ;, formal aoDllcatlon for admission to tbo Asso-
HJ - elation. The reault of tho application has not
HE - ' , yet been made public. There are well autben-
Br:-' ticatod rumors alloat to the effect that Baltl-
HJ- more is also making an effort to desort the
HE- Association, and it is said that an attempt will
JP ., , be made by tho Baltlmoro managers to make
Hjjr their club a member of tbo League by the pur-
HJ " chase of tbo Washington frsnohlso. All tbe
HJ - morning Walter F. Iiewltt of WaBblngton and
v llenry.K. Vonderhorsl. the wealthy brewer who
HJ ' virtually owns the Baltimore Club, bavo been
i in clone consultation. Mr. U. Born of Columbus
I ff . was elected Vice-Presldont.
HJ y Tbe following committees were then elected:
I y Board of Plreutors Atbletlr, Baltimore, Columbus,
111 and St, Loots.
. Finance Committee Columbus, Athletic, end St.
1 ,b Louie.
Mm ' schedule Commtlte.-Athletlo, St. Louis, aud Louts-
"BT riavlng nulsi Athletic Baltimore end LouUvlUe.
V,-. board of Arbltratlon-fbelpe, t hlttaker. and u'M.U
V After the routlno business tho Hon. John J.
I O'Moll, Mr. Von der Abe's legal advisor, ex-
fi. plained the argumont of the "combine" In the
&, following manner, as he walked nervously up
Md down the carpet:
.v You gemlemen are probably aware of the
'f statements tloating around tbo corridors to the
effeot tbat a combine bad been formed ugalnst
t the Cincinnati and Brooklyn clubs. I wish to
' cpptredicl theso statements, and the men in
this room will bear me out There has been no
f. fornblne haying for Its object any injury to
Brooklyn or Cincinnati.
i "Wohavo known for some months that the
' Brooklyn and Cincinnati clubs had intended
forsaking the Association, llealtztng that we
if had to deal with n oonsplraoy, we selected a
man in Mr. Phelps for l'resldent whom woknew
t to be above auspHon. and who would not be
t Influenced, by a financial oons deration. Wo
f knew bo did, not have a dollar Inteoted In the
A, Loulivlllo Cluu. ,a believed he would pre-
servo the Association from disintegration
t, against some who were conspirators in It. We
J believed that tbo Brooklyn Club resorted to
', dishonorable means, suoh, as Indirect bribery
BndtamperingwUb the uub,in order to Ketthe
t'. Association championship.
-Telegrams, wero sent by A. J. Bushong, a
, , Brooklyn catcher, to John Mllllgan ot tbe fit.
'4 Louis Club of a very compromising nature.
These telegrams were tbe result of an agree-
i ment. as near Moan be lesrued, made pro-
vlpusly botwoon Mllllgan and Bushong to the
ffeot that Bushong nirreed to give Illlllgau
Ione-balf of tbe money he recelvod in case the
Brooklyn team won If Mllllgan would do the
eiimo wltlt him. At this time the Brooklyn
.- Xeam was tour games ahead." One of the tele-
fc trams was produced by Mr. O'Nell. It read
f u follows:
P. , To JoAn JAUIoan, Catctor Si. louit Jtiut lull Clue;
Vbimd Jicst Hop. you wiU ensw.r tbetelfgrem I
H ; eeni joe. which we. that I'll sire tax) tor your sher. la
B '. uregr..menk It will be e personal fatnr torn. If you
H ., wli. and besldu will be e sure thing for you end y.t
E ? "" . e cuaaoe to mat. e Utile, luu't las. your
. uaiiM,Myoudiilwlth.ruUr. neplylssiantir.atmy
HL .speese. r A. J. bvsuose.
. Mr. tVHell closed bis .talk by sayiaK that it
HjHJU wns the intention of the Association to hew
iHebk. floeo lo the line in the future, no matter where
iLiitrSr ' " c'lii"' 'oll t0 flay honost ball, aud mako the
gams purely an athietlo test between men and
"ift Von der Aha aUtod that the despatch to
Mllllgan was bpened brhlfn. uV he thought
f jcbn might bo sick, and he waa riven Dermls
sfont?openiny ietter thalheThouobt was of
any ImpokabcA' "When I readthe aeinatBh."
oolnuedMt, Von der Aho. "T wm thundeT
struck. When A saw Mllllgan and asked him to
etplsln matters, hesaia that tho agreement,
which has already been read here, waa tnie In
every respect, but be oontonded thatbo didn't
B W0 nt &&
Upon reassembling Mr. Bnrnle was' added to
the Finance Oornmiueo. Tula committee was
empowored to receive apDllcatlons nnu an
prove them. Their decision will bp final.
Messrs. Phelps. Whlttahor. and Bornlo wero
nppolntod a committee to revise tho constitu
tion. Tho next meetin&ot tbe Association will
be held In Columbus In December. Tho moot
ing was adjourned until this morning at 10
Mr. Byrno said:
"I bavo no reply to mnko io nnystarement
made by the 8t J .mils club or Its alleged legal
representative. Tho press und tho public will
readily recognlco and appreciate tho animus
whloh prompts any statements mado by tho
ox-champion club of tho American Association
against the Brooklyn Club."
St. Louis. Nov. 15. Latham has loft us. Tills
tlonot Western touttsts be callod at Von der
Ahe's office and demanded a settlement. Ho
claimed thoro was over S6U0 duo him. and Clitis
laughed and told him ho ought to bo glad that
ho was living. Ho did not get a cont. and two
dava lator be signed a contract with tho Chi
cago Brotherhood Club, and received 500 ad
vance It was a cao of " must " with Latimm.
He-did not have a dollnr to carry him through
tho winter, and when Prod Pfeffar tempted lit in
he fell. Fred held a contract In ono. band and
1500 in the othor. When tbe spendthrift's eyes
lighted on tbo money bo wilted, and next year
&e will cover third for Chicago Instoad of
urns. It Is alleeod tbat Latham will suu for
the balance ho claims tho bt, Louis Club owes
Tho situation here Is chaotic. Every suc
ceeding day brings a startling story of soma
kind. The latobtls tbat Fullor. Bnbinson, ana
King have determined to follow Latham and
cast their fortunes with tho Brotherhood. Tho
case of Comlskey Is doscrlbod by two tactions,
ono orytng: "Ho has," and the other: ' Ho
hasn't." No one hero knows just howComis
koy stands. Ills 'sympathies ure with tho
Brothorbood. and be believes tho players'
league will bo a succass. All bis proporty and
home interests ore located In Chicago, and it is
logloal to Inter that ho would Motor playing in
Chicago. Tbe fact that ha bas not yet signed
with Bt Louis counts for naught, as, his usual
custom Is not to sign until April. He pluyed
throe weeks last spring before a contract was
signed. Comlskey has uot yet denied that he
has signed with ho Brotherhood. A donlal
purporting to como from Comlskey wns cent
out from Denver this week, but It was a " Into.'
as a subsequent telegram recehod here
Iloblnsm Is not a bit enthused overhls treat
ment this year, and as ho Is a wealthy ball
player and very Independent, It Is nulto proba
ble that ho will go with tho Brothorbood
It any kind of an oiTer Is submitted
to him. King Is as " sore " as floblnson. but Is
not so wealthy. If the worst comes King can
go baok to tho brlok yard, wbete bo is Justus
much of a success as In tbe pitchers' box. Ha
bas said n score ot times during the last month
that bo would not play In Bt, i.ouls next sen
son. If these men don't play with tho toam Bt.
Louis cannot make a strong bid for the cham
pionship next season. Meanwhile. Von der
Ahe is negotiating with young blood, and Rob
inson's successor will probably bu Hairy dul
ler, brother of William Fullor. tho present
Bhortstoa Several of the minor league play
ei s now lu the city will also Ua e a tt lal.
Bi.oominoto.s-, III., Nov. 15. Charley llad
bourne. Boston's veteran pltchor, loft his homo
In this city this week to join the base ball com bi
natlon In Calllornla. Charley is one of tbe most
onthuslastla promoters or the Brothorbood.
though, truth to tell, he has made more monoy
out of tbe Loaguo than, perhaps, any othor
professional ball playjr. But ho has soured on
tbe Directors of the Boston Club, whom ho
styles "chumps." is disgusted with the rigid
regulations of the League, and particularly
aespises tne classification rule. Contrary to
report. Radbourne has subscribed $2,000 con
ditionally to the Brotherhood, with a proviso
that $3,000 more will bo forthcoming If needed.
The condition is, of course that the Brother
hood becomes a Dermanent organization and
puts its clubs In the field next season.
However, under the roso. there are distress
ing symptoms In this part of tho country that
tho Brothorbood bluff bas run against a stone
wall, nud that Is tbo superabundant amount
ot young boss ball talent in tbe minor leagues.
Tbe feeling is quite prevalent that the poople
are tired oi many of tha old basc-ball-playiug
hacks, and that tbey have lost their drawlug
power. Many base ball admirers would like to
see new faces and a livelier gnlton tho dia
mond, and that now would, be tha convenient
Beaton to retire a well-matured array oi eto
rans who have worn bunions on tbe good na
ture of tbo public by drawing fancy salaries
wbllo putting up defunct and ragged ball,
borne people hereabouts who are lu a position
to pump facts out of thoso who think (hoy ara
not talking declare tbat a moat laglorious but
BDoedy stampede from the Blusterbood back
into the Louguo will bogiu before Christmas.
Lowell. Mass.. Nov. 15. Arthur Whitney of
the Now Yorks is at his boms in this city. He
received contracts from the National League
and Players' Brotherhood, but will not sign
either for the present An agent of President
Day was in this city this week to see Whltnoy
aud consult with Morgan Murphy, but the
latter player Is not here. Tbe agent did not
call on tbo directors of the Lowell Club, who
hold Murphy on tholr reserved list It Is un
derstood Ibe Players' Brotherhood guarantees
Whitney I'AGOO for three years, the same terms
bo received from tho New Yorks last season.
Whltnoy favors the Players' Brotherhood and
believes their plan will bo succeustul.
Baee Hall Notes.
Tbe Association Is Indeed In a had Ax.
Newark is spokes of for an International ctub.
Mr. Barnle ear. that the Ualtlmore Club will remain
In the Association.
President Brrne of tbo Brooklyn Club baa enough ot
h. fighting Association.
Chicago ssem. to te the only place for Brotherhood
players to sign contracts.
Cuiosaa Not. 15. John Tener of tbe Chicago Club
signed a Brotherhood contract fur three years.
nochester. Syracuse, and Detroit are tbe most likely
cities at prestnt to Oil tho vacancies In tho American
Brooklyn has th. strongest club In the League at th.
present time. In any case It will make them all
hustle next season.
Th. Brooklyn Club fere n.weom.r fared w.ll in th.
League. Hr. Bfrne lain th. Boerd of Arbitration Com
mittee on Law end Negotiations for playera
Th. L..goe men eey thet fifteen Brotherhood men
here signed League contracts, end It cau b. staled with
c.rialuty that Hansel end Clarkson hare signed.
ALBtur, Not. 15. Certificates of Incorporation were
filed tn tbe Secretary or State's onlce to-day as follows!
'The New Vork Limited " formed bj Cornelius Van
Com Edwin A, UcAlpln. fcdward 11. Taleoit. John Mont
gomery Ward, and William living, for siring bate ball
exhibition, and other aluletlo contests iu Jiew Vork.
Kid Nichols, for whose release Boston has been dick
.ring ror som. time bas recslred e contract which It Is
llkelr he win sign apd return as soon as h. baa received
official notk. from Omaha of his release. Mchols has
alreadT prsoticallT accepted Boston's terms end Is will
ing logo there, lie denies that he Is to receive euy
perl of tbe purchase tnon.r.
fact Jimmy Manning of the Kansas City team Is at
bis horns lu Lowell Ifasa, where he will spend the win
ter. Wlnle Manning baa not y.t .Igned witn Kansas
City for nsxt season, he has had a talk with fresldent
tipeas and tbey have praotlcany agreed on terme so
ther. is little doubt thet be will be e member or the
Cowboy tesm next year lie says that he will not again
captalu the team, and thinks that the choice for that
position will fall on Jaok I'lckeit.
Vied bemtrri. pitcher ot th. Qulnoy, III, team. Is
wanted by the Chicago Club. Demarrls wns boui near
Nsshue. N II, Is 23 years of sue, at the present time
welghe I7u pounds. Is ! feet m end In th. best of form.
In 1cm7 he played with Kalem in the N.w England
League aud then waa trane'err.d to Lynn. In IhSH he
pUyed with Lynn until the elub dlsbsnded, and then
went to VVorcestsr. tills sesaon he played atuulnuy,
1IL, und.r Urackelt, end wes the raalnttay ot the club.
Ismiifirous, Not. IB Inrssponse le Fred t'fefter,
Chicago's .econd baseman, who sarsthet the reported
desertion or Jerry Penny among other players from ihe
Brotherhood are reports worse than groundless and
malicious. Penny replies that ffericr does not know
what he Is talking about, and he rsltsrates his determi
nation to etand by 1'resldsnt Brush aud the Indlauapo
lie Club, whale ver th. Broth. rhood may do. He also
ears that a position has been eecured here for Jack
(UssseocUas travelling sslesiusn fore wholesale tobac
co boose, and he Is expecting hlut to take tli.roaa In e
few days. Th. secretary of the lotet ball club reports
that so far as can be judged from present Indications not
more then two merobersof tbe plsylug sine will con
tinue with the Brotherhood.
The Ioo geeeon.
HAitTFoitD, Hov. 16 The polo season lins
advanced far enough to show that the six clubs
In the League are divided into two classes of
three tuch. Hartford, New Haven, and Spring
field are In the first, and Moriden, New Britain,
and Bridgeport In the second. The feature of
the season so far Is tbe unexpected strength
devoloped by BprlugUeld. This club has shown
suoh power that it must be clussed as ono of
the most powerful contestants for first place.
Borne of tbe new ruloa are not working well
It Is generally thought tbat tbe change where
by the time of play Is GO minutes Instead of 40
minutes is unwise, and a obangs to tho old
rule Is expected. The rule compelling tbo um
pire to stand outside tha playing floor has beon
found lmnrtti'tleuble. and maybe abolished.
The rule that no time shall be taken out for
broken akateswas formed for the purposoof
preventing: uluyem from purposely breaking
their skates so as to gain time tor a rest, it
has been found not to bit the point aimed at,
however, aa players accomplish the same ob
ject by being suddenly afllleted with tempo
rary "illness." A new rule will have to bo de
vised. The regular referees have not thus far
1ut In an appearance at games, and this ha
ed to muolL trouble. Htumpke bas not been
lM4,ron'5nu, la pot ready to bogln work,
and OTJallbejE only just reported. The rat-
Srees get flO a week, and It la thought tb pay
; ineuffleteot, A moeilpg of the representa
tives of the clubs will be held In New Britain
and these questions will be discussed.
Flee Work wills tee Weslts Ball.
A large) gathering ot enthnslaitlo bowlers
were is attendance at the Central Bowlful CliVs aO.ys,
Jersey City Heights, en Thursday evening, fa witness
tbe Fetrmonnf end Central Bowling Clnb teams' contest
rntuetr first rarn.of e-eeriee laws Jersey city Ame
teur,Be!tUpa;Legue tournament. Th. score i
A XASOT . taaftm
L. Murrey a a ISI C. Weimar..... I II
n. Kernig a 4 iro AjIXke....,..l i jso
a Hannah.... 4 4 lie f, jehr.w.i....o SB its
J. Wheellhaa,.! 8 4 144 If. !Uuttr.....O 010 83
i, n iioistein.4 s a ie8 P. Hornsea.!. .i a a leo
ll.urlmm s 3 a ISJ a. Usurer...-1 J 7 117
n. Fa i 4 s ISO a rann.I I 5 7 too
C, Herring.. ,i. a 3 g 149 W. rteolter..,..! I I in
Hiohrran...O a 2 jes W. rroseb 1 S e 117
J. a lle(ncrs...3 li 141 a. Oberaeek.,.4 I I lie
Totals 338 40 1197 Totals.. 4 82M 1117
ralrmount.159 soe 471 001 TM 890 1071 1154 1991 1497
Central.... tXSt 887 eS 883 800 008 1047 UPS IS17
Averagee-retrmeunt. 1497-10; Central. 181 7-10. Itef.
eree Stanley Treionthwfck. Ucerera felrmoust. J. B.
uaiielert Central. U Del Orme.
A t Beam's ell.y in Bast ThlrtT-elthth street yesterday
the Mnrray linn played a Hamburger end e head pin
nlneplngame. The scores!
pasiita's s. ! .Atria's, tj R J o
no. g o a ? T'1K- J jj 8 3
iTrelssr... .4(1 X) no 109 Baner IS 39 38 130
Morlch S3 1)3 OS 1M Rumler 71 21 tl 104
Koch 41 Kl 27 150 Tolman......HO eu 87 24.1
Roisman. .ofl 03 41 1(12 Bangor 20 S9 71 lse
Uritinulg....M at 41 132 Ileum 27 87 D2 lie
Totsls . ..0312207 WM Totals 34223200 727
sire's r. I aoca's Tain.
Ileum 4) Koch 37
Rnssinan 114 itorlch. 7u
Rumler 7 Tflinau S4
Dr.ls.r- 34 Rsngor so
Braunalg 33 Bauer. 82
lotal .203 Total 28S
The return game between the flothemc and I .shot Hills
was played ou Thursday evening at i Third avenue
Linos nau (.otuiii,
.1 & A. Scon S. X B. Score
tlullaume .. .2 2 u 13.1 iletertag 4 1 ft loo
)anne:elsen...3 4 1 194 Bachraan 3 2 8 1J
Beck J 3 a 147 Kertcher ...n 4 .1 1711
Chase . ...344 14J King 3 3 S I2S
W. llelles 3 3 4 14S Mglutsch ... .8 3 & 142
rarruthere. ..o 3 7 118 Jantrer 2 I S 111
Stevenson..... OSS 129 Bromhors(....4 8 o 200
Boas 7 3 1 209 Schmoeger ..130 tri
o. Ile0.es. 2 3 a 1:14 Bcbenk 3 3 4 1M
Braun 2 2 12M Schllcht. S S 174
Totale.. ...2oao4o ilii Totals. sT3t38 15SU
Lenox Ulll.lfll 311 4B8 82 71CJ 043 10S3 1234 1393 1183
Uothain....K0 310 473 b27 7i)3 03(1 1120 12U0 14 JO I3SS
Arrnges-Lenox TJHL US 3-10. Ootham. 1&" I'm
plre F. W. frior, Jr. bcorers A. H Hull and L. Jacoby.
The Frohilun Bowloig Club ot Yorkvllle rolled lis firs
two practloe games at Duhnker'e alleys, Mghty sixth
street aed. Third avenue, on Monday nlgnu The scorssi
ma so, I, Tvia so. 2.
R .1 B. Scorr K S. B. Score
ft. lllrslibacb-11 lo 74 Duschers 3 1 0 lis
Kaufmaau.. .3 3 3 123 Mast 4 3 S 182
lloddle 4 4 2 19S Poerr 2 2 0 120
llellinan 1 0 o IklL !Ilrahbsch...2 2 0 114
Wolf 1 o u HI I lllrshbach.. 118 tn
Schwaru 3 3 a 117 W. Duschers... 1 2 7 01
J. lllrshbnch .3 3 4 132 Baer 0 010 71
Uelgermau-...2 1 7 lie rrohlich 2 1 7 108
Totale 10 13 31 1947 Totals I312 3J boS
Team No. I .100 203 301 412 498 MO 064 752 R.'ll 947
Team No. '2...... S3 201 293 307 441 323 017 702 787 883
Umpire A. Geigerinan. Scorer Kenfmann. Ator-ages-Team
Sit. t, llsHt Team aa 2, HUH-
tain an 1. I isis ."o. 2.
.i .V. a Scor X A ft scurf
G. lllrshbach. o 2 h "OK Duschers i 1 8 87
Kautraaun.....'-! :t .1 l."M Usss. 1 is (xi
lloddle .. t 3 u llVDoerr . .12 7 114
llellrasn . .3 : 4 lit L. lllrshbach..! 4 S 139
Wolff 8 2 s 1:0 1 lilrhbacn...i 2 7 114
hchwaru. 13 0 ill W. Duschers..3 I u no
J. lllrshbach 1 0 tt rt Baer 1 3 u 107
tielgsrmau... 2 2 u 117 French. a 4 3 isj
Totale.. .13 1849 892 Totals 12 IB SO 928
Team No. 1 0' 174 371 336 4M 638 6S0 752 841 892
Tem No. 2. 08 204 290 413 498 583 B38 732 84J 924
Umpire Mr (lelgerman. Scorer Mr. Kenfmann.
Averages Team No. 1, llifci; Team hoi, lie.
There was a larg. attendance end plenty of entbnsl-
asm at E Ml nil's alleys on Monday evening where the
slngl. m.n end married men of tb. Hamilton Club
played a series of match games. The score;
SIKCLZ HEX. . XlBttin HI.
s. s. n.Seore s. 3. n.&cm
MoDonald. a 4 a "158 O'ltara 1 4 & iso
fttipatrlok. .3 3 4 K23 Dunn -. 2 4 4 146
DUion 1 7 3 W8 Hmltn 1 4 a 122
Uullins 1 2 7 114 Sherlden f o 98
Andrews o 4 6 117 McKune 2 8 S 124
Connelly 1 7 2 10.1 Gumming. ...3 3 S 133
Totals. -...,."02734 8tSi Totals, .... 1017" 33 7M
Averages-Single Men, til: Married Men, 12BH.
Scorer Mr Sommere UmpUe Mr. Uuldoon.
M1RUID XBJ. SiaolK WICK.
S.&B. Score a.fi.& Score
O'llara 3 8 3 133 McDonald ....2 3 e lis
jlunn 3 5 0 21H Fiupetrlck....4 3 3 140
Smith 4 4 2 177 Dillon 3 4 4 12S
Sheridan S 3 8 177 Mulllns 3 a S 136
McKune ......3 2 5 121 Audrewe....4 3 4 170
Cumntlngs.....2 3 5 1W Connelly ...... O 3 7 08
Totals -....21 IB SO 1054 Totals 141029 7tA
ATerages Married Men. I75H; Single Men. 133 t-o.
Scorers Messrs. Sommers and Mahoney. Umpire r.
sisglk nry. mirkiicd vsx.
S S B. Score S. X. IV score
McDonald... .. 3 3 US O'llara 2 8 S 130
Fitzpatrlck....! 4 8 143 Dunn 2 3 s 183
Dillon 4 4 2 133 Smith ....e 1 3 183
Mulllns 2 1 7 losh.rldan -8 i 3 131
Andr.ws 4 3 1 186 McUun. 1 3 o 108
Conn.Uy 2 8 5 148 t-ummlngs...-l 4 3 11
r Total. 15 20 25 83)1 Totale 15 16 29 "700
Averages Married Men. 133 16; Single Men, 141ft
8oorrs Mcsare Sommer. and Mahoney. Umpire
Tbe following games were played on last Thursday
end Saturday nights by teams In the Y. M. C.A. Boef
annuo xr. Tnisriatn it.
H S.F.Score s. .-iB. Score
II Cowp'hw'e 3 o 0 1.11 Prle. . 1 8 e 120
lurllnson 1 s 4 152 Corrle . 0 7a 137
.ownd. 3 8 3 150 need . 2 a e 188
penny 14 5 la K.ub 4 1 a 148
See 3 4 8 IS? Fleming..-.. 1 1 8 113
Tempi. 0 5 4 134 lluthea........ 2 8 8 133
Cornelius 3 6 125 Walsh 14 6 11)4
Ryer. ... s 8 4 146 Hamilton 3 3 6 12a
M. Cowp'hw'e 3 a S 130 Ramsay. 1 3 a 127
Totals ioaiio 1293 Totals iTzaeo 1184
TWSStr-IHieD ST. HieillK.
.1. u. Score 3. S.P. Sam
Craig o 6 4 180 Hord 3 3 5 123
Kltchslt 1 3 7 107 llebbard 2 4 4 140
Campbell 15 4 143 KlarwelL 13 7 111
Bllney 2 4 4 143 Toiler.. 1 I 8 104
stecy 0 8 7 115 llerrick. 100 103
Durrhar. ..145 131 Ruckhout..... 118 IU
7.nft 14 5 1! Uremley 1 3 fl 110
Burn. 8 8 4 157 Freeborn.. ... 1 8 6 124
Mulimthaler 0 5 5 123 llltehcoek O B 7 in
KllugelhoSer. 2 4 4 14 Uroas 0 I o U4
Totals ft4U4fl 1330 Totals il2003 uw
Th. Jersey City Amateur Howling League opened the
season on Monday night. Tha score:
S. S. B. Score X. 8. B. Score
Loud 0 4 a 131 Brennon t 0 0 ei
Millie... . -II 0 S 147 Woller i 8 0 128
Magirs 3 B 4 146 Leech 5 1 4 14
Wallace U 2 8 101 Willi 0 4 6 122
Mills. ......1 3 7 118 Smith 1 0 0 100
Kerr 4 l r. 14 Douglass 1 3 4 las
W. Del Urme..l 8 6 115 Hester- 3 3 8 Is
lioley 14 5 143 Dube 2 3 a 110
lllederiiaie ...2 I 7 11H Cohen 1 8 4 140
li. DilUrme ..1 3 U ISO Jones. ...2 3 o 187
Totale 13 3057 1287 Totals 18203 1250
Century.- .118 236 803 51 all 733 857 1013 1141 1287
Lafayette ...121 251 875 5)1 648 7f6 015 1034 118 1X58
Averagee-Uentnrys, 128 7-10; Lafayette. 12,1Jt Ref.
eree-James Lynch. Scorers Eugene C'onkling, Oeu
turyi.J. O. Itobluson. Lefayeltee
The bowling teams of the Pamrano Athietlo Club ot
llnyonn. had enotb.r tussle on the ellea of Metropoli
tan Hall, at Ureeuville, on Monday Might. Tb score i
isie so I. tk no. V.
J. II. gleaman,Jr 107 liable 132
a 11. Vof.l 15S li. Allaire 2a
Iiurk .96 iontana , , laj
Morton , 104 Luis n
MoUnold 82 Brown bt)
Collins 139 Salter , Gi
Dnndo Us f.K. Allaire 05
Johnson 100 Grlratb.-.., 102
H'.l.h ,. 83 Brook pi
C. II. Vogcl 118 Stiles .I 01
Total 1121 Total ,1110
Th Rronklyn Bley el. Cleb's second practice femes
tins ui'inth were rolled oa their alleys u Nvodey even
ing. The scoresi
t sax so. 1. tsu so. Z.
mt Score H.S.B. Scon
II. Raymond,..! 8 8 lew W. Meeteer...,,! 4 S ISO
F. Borland o a 155 J. cleverly. .l 6 8 154
L. Bailey 4 4 a Ike J. Candler. 1 3 a 144
II, quluiby I 3 0 Iso u. Mathews. l I a 115
M.Ueed,,, 1 3 8 113 O. Todd ,4 3 4 IBS
I rotter, 3 8 IK2 W, Sn.deker.,.1 6 Its
Il-Koon I a S 103 IS. Hall J 1 88
Totals 18 13 086 Totals. i7l3B8 03
tsim so. 2. tua ho. 3.
A a Boor S. B, B. Sun
W. leeUer..,..3 4 tn 0. Poteher..,..3 3 a no
J. Cleverly 8 3 S 123 I. ilerdlo 4 lie
J. Candler 1 3 7 lu W. Lewis., ..,.2 a 8 158
II. Meth.wa, ,3 3 5 124 W. FaUir 8 1 a Isi
11. Todd , ...o 5 3 IBS K. Skinner 1 I a Inn
W.nedeksr,,.S 4 3 lMF.iieb.rl 8 2 a its
B. Hall, .. O 010 71 W. Moor.... ...9 a 5 08
Totals. ... ilsosa sr Totals ls"l8W Iu3
tsm no. 1. txAif as. a.
8. 8. B. Store JL at B. feore
II. Rsyssond.,.o 8 7 117 c. i)otchr.,.i l a las
F. Borland., .-0 a 7 lis U llerdie 1 0 a 117
L. Ballsy I B 6 II W. Lewis. 4 1 8 141
jl. Uulmby.,.,1 t thW, Fullsr I 3 t M
ii. Mead. ......3 4 4 15 K. Skinner,... 9 e 133
trotter II lit V. Ilebert 1 a a iaj
U-kToop i ? li7 A.llarkjaan.,.0 1 8 111
Totals.. ,-lisoO ew TotaU ieiTio 894
The tame between th crack teems of th Palme and
Belvedere Club, enthe letter ellley, at 6Kr
Jackson ev.nne saloon. Jersey city lielghts, on Wed
aetdaj night, resulted es follows:
- ,. S. n B.Scnrt &afWrj
t-yajh 164 J. Geltagher... 4 IjW
r-."''tln'""- 4 4 5i n. Jordan a 6 8 Ira
fe'iercy I i 8 100 O. rtlrvomeburg 3 B 180
X-i-BiJ 4 145 r. Lockwood..O 0 12
A. nneuen.....4 4 4 166 8. Ilaihaway.,1 8 t7
S-ryr- 4 154 j. rttcn a 5 m
IfcScbolU a 4 4 154 T. Whit.....,. 2 5 148
!! ;.o J hi A.pehrene:.;.l a o 133
J.'Synliii a g 8 141 j. darken. ,..o 4 5 1J3
!' L 3 3 193 r. Carter A jj J 138
Totals. ...-.J74q'w )S38 Total 13 37 48 1401
ra...a ss s. ss sfe ksi .a is?
i5?.Wf,!P"i1r valnf th Bergsn Bowling Club ef
ifT.,T.V"r "VhU pleyed Ih ladependsnt Bowling
H S. B. Score 'If. -I B Scoie
JJilsen 5 3 189 Bauer 483 lBt
H0,""" 3 4 4 155 Neg I 3 H 133
Helnue.. 2 -j 170 Dofy. ... .413 148
aimon 3 14 im Van Berg. . 11 3 4 145
oaliery. .1 4 4 lofl oblin. o 7 :i 153
Bnempler. ... 3 4 4 150 Frend.nthaU 1 a n 188
Atklneon 2 5 3 15V Badgley 13 8 121
O'Donn.ll,.,. 2 3 s ss lion-men 3 8 3 172
pobdy - 9 1 1 M Fielder, 3 m ra
Wie. 15 4 48 Kramer " .!
Total 284"o"30 1B0O Totals lTiTsT 1491
Tlerten ....181 335 517 IWO 835 9S3 1138 1286 1437 1000
Indep.nd'tll3 329 478 813 70 890 1041 1224 1303 1493
Referee James Lynch. Bcorers Messrs. Campbell
The Jewellers' and Bilvenmlths' tesgn. series on
Tuesday night at th. Academy result.d ae follows!
xtainix. sun a.
K s. n. Arm e X. S.B. Score
L.r. 4 4 8 171 Crofts I 4 3 127
Dickinson 2 2 8 123 Fern 0 4 O 120
Mcoowan ..,.4 3 3 liw Weber -3 3 3 119
jleydecker....4 3 4 in Hon ....I 4 A 1S7
Foster 0 3 7 lie Clark 0 8 7 117
Total 114 22 740 Totals "3 17 28 656
Merlden ... -.HJ 1M 220 2X1 844 414 49 CO., n35 740
Starr 55 112 IPO 257 W3 379 44S 312 373 050
Umpire-Mr. Stead. Rcorere W. McMnrrav and II.
Clark. Averages-Merlden. 148) Starr, 131 l-o.
1. K n Score s. s. ft Score
I.aton 4 :i a 17s Crofia .. .2 2 137
Lent 3 3 4 150 Ferns,. . ...134 140
Schilling 0 4 n 127 IT.ber. o 4 n 127
Hall 2 3 8 ISSHoese 2 3 5 134
Oavey 0 & 3 13 Clark 2 2 e 125
Total 91823 731 Totals 7 16 27 Cv3
Tiffany. 74 137 222 305 378 463 327 592 077 731
Starr 48 1:9 tuo 248 324 301 445 StH C95 out
Umpire Mr. Btead. Scorers W. MeHurrar and J.
MuUonan. Averages TiSany, 1 4 ef t Siarr, I32.V
."C .SI A 5corr & X ft .Score
Ileum 4 4 2 183 Lees 2 .'. :i I7H
Lent 1 B 4 149 Dickinson 1 4 3 137
Hohlltlng 4 0 8 125 McUowan 2 4 4 153
Hell 3 8 n 1.V) lleydecker....4 1 5 134
Oarey 4 2 4 172 roster 2 2 0 137
Totals 10 14 20 7S5 Totals. 11 IUS3 707
Tiffany 100 171 245 321 386 449 540 003 713 783
Merldsn. 44 110 20U 282 378 454 514 BBS 075 737
Umplr.-Mr. Stead. Beorers-Mr. Clark. W. JlcMur
ray. Arerages-Tiaauy, 137; Merlden, 151't.
The following scores show what the Metropolitans did
on lustday night at the alleys at 73 Third ewuu.:
1IR1T IUMK. "
ORB'S TRIM ClXrs'S TBAM.
S. 8. ft Score X S. A cor-e
Carr 5 3 H 155 Oantr 1 3 0 125
Brldgman 3 5 2 171 Simons 4 2 4 113
Downs 2 1 7 105 Iipulir U 2 8 95
Totale 10 "U 334 Totals S 7 15 373
t'arr s Team 55 03 136 170 224 2'.0 308 361 390 411
CauusTeam ....48 84 123 146 161 207 23 302 338 373
ciae's TUB. ciim's trim.
S .1 ft co .V . ft Score
Carr 1 5 4 131 Hants 1 2 7 100
Brldgman 3 1 4 102 Simons...- .. 2 1 7 '117
Downs 4 1 S 144 Looler 4 4 2 177
Totals 10 7 13 441 Totals 7 7 16 39
Carr' Team 56 103 128 109 204 240 2S.1 347 397 441
GaBU'STeani....23 Od 100 131 195 231 257 2VJ 347 334
TSIM HO. 1. TRIM .Vo. 2.
."t ft Score s. HB. Score.
Carr. 0 3 5 1.17 Brldgmaa 4 2 4 149
Eppter 0 4 0 120 Uanlz. 3 3 4 145
Slmone 4 2 4 lse Downs ... .2 1 7 lu
ArmbreebL....2 17 tie Mc8travlck....u 3 7 107
Totals 61222 511 TotaU. "5 "922 510
Team No. 1 SI S3 148 187 223 2R3 322 SOS 439 511
Team No. 2 SI 80 148 201 243 2b! 327 3M 451 510
TSIM K0. 1. TRAM KO. 2.
s. S.B Score. s. KB score.
Carr 14 5 127 Brldgman-... 8 0 7 11
Bppler 4 3 4 'I4.1i.anti. 5 1 157
Simons 4 2 4 157 Downs 3 2 6 120
Armbrecht-.. 1 S 6 00 McStravlck... o 010 06
Totel ioiTia 510 Totals io "3 27 438
Teem No. 1 33 103 133 213 264 306 3J2 411 474 519
Team No. 2. 46 103 147 183 23d 283 327 890 433 408
Averages Tsem No. I, I20: Team to- 2, V2iH
TRAM KO. 1. TRAM SO. 2.
S. S, B.Score s. X U.Scorc
Carr 4 1 4 167 Brldgman 5 8 2 183
Bppler 2 4 4 141 flanu 2 3 5 lis
Flmons 3 2 8 164 Downs -.1 4 3 la
Armbrecht... 3 2 6 1021kicStravlck....l 3 0 125
Totals 13 10 17 5741 Totals "573 18 549
Team No. 1 28 80 161 227 280 344 887 436 497 57
Teem No. 3 SI 121 107 228 294 309 424 468 511 549
Averages-Team No. 1, 141; Team No. 2, 137k.
Buparvtsor SImonsonof Brooklyn Isatntmbsr ot the
Buxtehude Bowling Club.
At the laat rentier weekly roll of the Montgomery
Bowling Club ot Newerk Mr. Bchoener waa high man,
making 330 polnte for two games.
The score of 252, mede by Frank Rose of th. Buxte
hude Bowling Club nut week, waa the highest everUnado
on the Ba.ngerbund Hall alleys.
Cold end sllvsr medals will b distributed among the
membera of th. Prospect 11111 Bowling Club at th. end
of the season tor tbe highest ecoree
Lou Bailey I doing tb. best work for the Brooklyn's
bowling tsem. hta ecore ot 196 on Mondey evening being
tbe highest y.t made by any ot the men.
Tb. Volnnu.r Bowling Club held a practice gam. on
8.1dl's alters on Tuesday evening, some eacellent score!
being made. The club first game In lhe(Cerruthera
lournemeut will be wlib the Echoes end Bacreeuone
on Nor. 2Q.
The Rival Bowling Club of Uarlem bae been organixed
with the following members. Joseph McConnell. rresl
dent. J. tjolgley, xecretarr; and r O'Neill, Treasurer.
Tbey bowl every Tuesday evening et Halm's allele,
115th street and First avenue.
The Prospect Hill Bowling Club ot Brooklyn have the
following oBlcers for this seasons rbaa. scuwalbacb.
President; Welter Koehn captain; Che, (rest. Eeore-
isry, end William Tats, Treasurer. The club bowls on
Ipp'S alleys every Yt adneeday ov.nloK.
J. Markoe end W. Hanson are bowling e aeries of
twenly-nv games, three of which w.re play.d last
mem aau iveuuvu J louowe; rirti game Maraoe, 101 ;
Kanson, 154. Second game Merkoe, 126; Baneon. 13d.
Third game Markoe, llu; ii anion, 164.
Doc Bsnedict ot the Uudeon County Wheelmen's
bowling team seys thet his club contemplate changing
their pressnt euer on account of there being so lliuo
space tor spectators. The II. C W. will bare about the
aaine team In the match gemes tht yser ea lest.
The BrenlngSlde Bowling Club baa reorganised for
thes.Bnon end elected th.foilowingofficcre! 1'reildent.
U, li. Ilaecker; Vlce-Preaident, JV btepciymkli Ca
tein.L Btelnhugl.r: Secreary. J U. Foid. Treasurer.
A. St.pciyiibkl. The club roll, er.ry Friday night at
Joe' ell.), -.J75 lilghth eTcaue.
Th. match game between f. Babceck end F. Mills,
and L. L'oopsr and J. Traiben. for the best two out of
three gam.s for a brome trophy, 00 tbe alleye ot the
Brooklyn Atblstlo Association on Tussday .v.ulng, was
won bv Msssrs. Mills and Uabcock. Bebcock made e
cor of 277, which waa the highest made on the alleys.
At a meeting of th. bowling team of the Riv.rsld. A.
0. on Tuidy evening tbe following officers were
elected 1 fresldent, r', N. Reynolds; tfce-Freildent, E.
F. Soott: becretery. B. W. I'lersoni Captain? B7 y.
Boou, and iltst Lieutenant. B. li. Davits. All cor
respondence should be addressed to the Becretery.
J. Outerdtug. the owner of tbe iVelhelleellevsonOr
cberd street, ties given two valoabl. prlxea to b. bowl. d
for by th. elub. of the houee on Monday evening. Deo. X
The tervhead phi game will b. roll.d and eight men will
constitute e tsem. Th. olubs will bowl lu tb. following
order: Lemstsur, Fidelia, Uuteo Abend, Mucker, and
If th Rossville Athietlo Club were only enteredtn th.
Amat.ur Bowling Association League thle aeason, they
would stand e good ohanee of winning the pennent, ea
mey be eeen by the following soorss wbloh were re
cently rollidi Tarlor, 244i Suydam. 221: UowelL lt'3;
Besu.lt. 177: King. 177: Whltiey. 171; llampton, IUI
Ilabcook, 100; Ward. 133, aud itosegrant, 18. Total,
The Kllkow Bowling Club was organlred on Mondsr
night at Frank Mulisr' alleys. 51 Newark evenue, Jer-
JeyCtty Jamee Kiely, wlib a record of 2u waecleeted
'reeld.nt, end Mr. U. Whltiler. formerly Ihe champion
bowler of lbs Pin Knights, who has ao evareae or luu
In match games, was elected ospialu. The Mfisows in
tend msklog it lively for some ot the crack bowling
teams this winter.
The Harmony Ladies' Bowling Circle of Brooklyn
will hold, their Oisi prlxe bowling and recestlon at
Boulevard Garden Hall ou Tuesday evening. Nov. la
This organisation Is showing great Improvement In
Lew ling Use of the member et th practice games
on Oct sojuid Nov 7 made the rsipeotlre scores o( mo
eud isa Thle Is contldsred excellent bowling (or le
di.i. tin the.v.sleg of tb. r.c.pttou two handsome
fifties will be awarded to th cosit.sunts making the
highest end lowest scars In ten frame game
Tbe f olo wing ere th. umpires et the different games
of th. Oeruth.r. touroameutt Nov. IB, Schou; Nor. 15,
squires: Nor. 18, Sw.exeyi Nov. 20, Anderson; Nov, 2J,
Bchou; Nov. 33llarlocki Nov 27, Itobtrtstn; Nov. sa
liBMiDeo. 3. Bweexey; Dec. 4 Orsy; Dec, s. Crew,
fori; Dee B, Moffau; Dso- II. Fell; Deo IS. Orewnrdl
Use. In, Good; Dec, la, uarlockt Ceo. JO, Schou; Deo,
sa. Anderson; Deo. 37. Ursri Dec. ao. Good: Jan. a
Bqulret; Jen. . Metlatt: Jan, S, Swe.iey: Jau. 10
Brldgmani Jan. la felll Jan. 15. Uarlockt Jan. 17
Iloberieoat Jen. a ryt Jan. 22. Urawford; Jan. 34
Bchou; Jan. 27. lino.; Jan. 21. Andsrson; Jen. IL Osr
lock, end Feb. a. Gray.
In order te (Ire ell bowling elub In New Tork sad
vicinity ea opportunity le try their taeltle. sad to
what Improvement tb.y bare made In th. mealy .port
of bowling; th. und.rsigned offers for friendly eompetl
tlon seven prUee, e follows; (10 to the best tesmitao
te second bast: Sao to third bestj (20 to fourth been 115
oeftb beet: (10 to sixth been (10 to seventh but; elro
I i.1 .S inA WhsL 7to the siuoud tdghsst. end (5 to
she third hljheit indirldaat score. Each team to con.
sis of eve member from ear regulsrly organised bowl
lag elob that ha been la exlitenee for ei least three
Months ptevloua to tie match tombs; off. The match
Sm J" 'SUtt.fa au( oe llndeea street, on
Mondav, Nov. 23, H. Kvauiin.
Wislter Cano's Opfalom ef the Fnotbalt
Kbw IIavek, Nov. IB. Walter Camp, YoJo'a
football expert, ear In referenoa to thenar-vard-Prlnoeton
game: "Ko matter how tha
qneationoi dlsanaUlloatlon of rlayera turns
out It will, leave bitter feelings between Har
vard and Princeton whloh must sprely. make,
to-morrowa came not only Ceroely oontosted,
bit bJ?o provocojttvo of more or lo badWood.
In tho camo Harvard has the advant,8trq ot t.h,a
mound nd of a homo otqwd. rrinceton baa
tho more experienced tam. and tholr s'lrnteala
plaVB hayo been 7 brounht to g 'treat
pltcu of perfeotloru " tihouiQ -Harvard
ftaln an adrantace oarlr , In , tbo
camp it mleht inspira her. , playera
to winning form, bat even then this feature of
(rreator experience would enable 7PtineetonTa
tenm toRatberthemsolvea tosether. Consld
oilDK tbo case from all sides tborq Is tho woliht
of probability in rrinoototTa- favor. .antT.lt
would be a surprise to tbe majority If she falls
to score a victory. Should Amos be barred tho
cnances would bq more oven.
I'lloplays esloyan at tjprinefleld to-morrow.
Tbo team has Improved 60 per oont.
aunnft tno past two wooica and Is, in tbe opinion
?i.5Lr' c,1fflt' naarly eaual to tbat of laat
aeason. with reference to theohalIeo(ted men,
Ames. Wagenhurst, Donelly, tJowan. and Jane
way of 1'rlnBeton. and Cranston, Upton. Bt!ok
noy. and Dean of Harvard, Mr. Camo aaya:
When a boy not out ot bis teens beslns to 01
poot cortatn pocuninrr rewards ror his athietlo
prowess, we aro brlnslnp; up a generation of
tame sellers and blppodromlnu: contestants
wtiowlllby thovcry abamo of contact arivo
out ot tbo race gentlemen athletes. This Is
stronK lannuatre. but notnlna savo calling
tilings by tholr right names will answer In a
caxeof anon gravity. If wo can make good
atblotea ot our boys during their collego
courses so much tho better for their aftor en
Joymont and usefulness in life. But If to
moke them nthlotos wo teach them that the.
ultimata end is not victory or success, but
money, let us break our oars and boats.
Plough ud our fields, and reiolco that we have
discovered tbe failure of athletics bofore they
ocmiaminated past redemption tho morals of
The ChnrRee Asxstlnst Cuit, Asnea.
llnsTON, Nov. 15. Tho followintr is tho affi
davit which Harvard claims will prove boyond
qtiostlon Ames's iuollglbtltty to play with the
Stair or Iluhois, Coor Coisir: I'aul Buckley, being
fltst duly sworn, deposss end says that he Is ecquelnted
with Knowlton L. Ames of Chicago, UL, now student
at rrinceton College, end that he played ball with
aald Ames lu the tummer ot 18891 and that during
said summer said Ames baa to his poiiUve knowledge
received money for his services tor ball playing, on
one occasion the monsy for his services In a
gsine between the West Ends and the VVhIUngs (both ot
tn. intcego City League) being paid to him said Ames,
directly by said Buckley. On another occasion, sail
Buckley eaw a member or Die Joint (111 ) nine deliver
money to said Ames, and was told by said Ames
that It was in payment ot uli said dald Amen
services ror. hall playing with the Jollst sine in
a ceuie plated agelnet the Aurora till.) nine.
And said Buckley further depose thet It we In
accordance wltn en egreement made between said
Ames, .c. Culbertsoa manager of th. Jollst (UL) nine
and himself that said Ames and himself were So reoehe
money for their services. That be, said Ames, played
In the etoressld games bslwesn said Aurora ana Jollst
uliies. not. BiciLsr.
Kutiscrlbed and sworn to before me this 12th day et
ovember, IBS). T. J. TsoanoB, Notary rubllc
Tho second bit of evidence waa a short letter,
which Is self explanatory. It reads:
Drib' Bu Likcst Hero yon ere. Will send rest some
time In near future The manager ot the Weit Ends
owe. me for pitching that last game against Whii Inge
bee him. lours, Ac, K. L. Aess.
Pbinckton. Nov. 15. Regarding tho allega
tions that Ames Had rooohod pay for playing
in a base ball game last summer, the following
aro given out here as tbe facts: The game be
tween .the whiting and Wostond cluba waa an
exhibition game. Thero waa an agreement
that tho receipts of the game be divided among
the players, but tho ngreement was never ful
llllotl. Amos not only did not receive a sbaro
of the receipts, but not oven bis expenses.
. The correot version of Ames's letter to Hill
ings Is: Billings should hasten and send him u
share of the receipts, which Billings never did.
Ames 1b ready to make an affidavit that the
statements are falbo that bo (Ames) received
money for Ditching in the game. In rogard to
the game between tho Jollot and Aurora
clubs. Ames will take oatb he never received
pay from llr. Cnlbertson. Mr. Culbertson will
bear llko testimony.
Tha Princeton Team Beady for tho Battle
Pbikceton, Nov. 15. Tho football tenm
left to-dr.y for Cambridge to play tho first of tho
great games of tbe year with Harvard. It Is.
in many respocta the best toam that ever went
out from Princeton. Oant, Poels an Indofatlga
blo worker, and the men are thoroughly In
oarnost. The toam la composed aa follows-
Left end. 11. B. Donnelly, 'm, weight 151 pounds:
tuckle. 11. a Cowen. P. a. weight 18f pounde: guard,
11. II. Janewej-.w weight 20i pounds: centre, tv. J.
Oeorg., r 0 weight 170 pounds; right gusrd. J. c.
Biggs. '112. weight 170 pounds, end w. S. fash. '10,
weight 100 pounds, right end, It. II. Warren. '03, weight
15c pounde; nuarter baefct. A. I'oe (captain). Sn.
w.lgfit 138 pounds; helfs, J. a. Black. 'S3, weight nig
pounds, eud It. IL Cbannlng, 'ul. weight 145 pounds;
full back. K. L. Ames weight 155 pounds.
IheeubsUtutesare B. r'urneis, ', 151: C. Wood, 'IO.
1S": 1- Janes. HiL 175; J. Thomss, -liu, 175: D D. Cai.
ment, 'OH J4H: J. II. Adams, 'irj, 14D; 8. Ilomans. '02,
150; E. A. Lewis, '81, 162. '
The average woigbt of tho rush line is 17H'C
pounds: avorago weight last year, 175 pounds.
The Iiasbroucks will play at Oakland I'arL, Jersey
The ladles' cricket club of England have been so suc
cessful this season that tbey are thlnklug seriously of
organizing a lootball team.
Of the Cornell eleven Coughlln u laid up ith e hem
orrhage of the kidneys. Harris has a sprained knee.
MoDiiwoil a sprained leg, Harvey en injured ana aud
leg. Benedict bruUes and sprains, while hharpe waa
struck on the head In the game with Yale and sees
.. ?.' S e,rnv. N J . this afternoon, on th. O. N. T. Foot
ball Clun. grounds, the Kearny Hovers end the Long
fellow Football Club of Brooklyn will play their cup
tie game in the American Association League. The
contest will be full of .xcltlng piaye as both clubs will
liae the best play.rs on their respecthe team.
The various Harvard athletic associations. Including
the base ball, footoali, lennleandathletlo aisoclatinos
and the bicycle, cricket, and boat cluha have entered
Into an agreement whereby all the athletic assoclatlona
will be nnder the financial control of e wraduate tr.ae
tirer, who Is to be elected et tha beginning or each col
lege year by th. committee on athletics.
Vale defeated William on Nov. 18 70 to 0. Gill end
Stagg did the best ruth line work t'or Yale but all of
them got through eaii.y at times. The back. war. w.ll
supported and did good kicking. Van Wormer, Blgelow.
end Lovell did good tackling. Rowland broke through
the line end mad. 80 yards on one rush. 0111 made ilx
touch downs. HcClung three, HeffelOngertwo. Morrison
one, andMcBrld.one. Mne goals were kicked.
The boyspf the Adslphl Academy of Brooklyn are
huiuers. Tbsy p.tltloo.d th. trustees for funds where
with to ney the, rent of a football ground, but as no
tunde wire .vallate for such e purpose, they set to
work emong themsslves. Each scholaf contributed ula
mite, end theyaoon had esnftlclent sum to Mcurethe
Brooklyn Athietlo Assoclatlon'e gronnds for practice
eud play. 111 Warre Is meneger of the footbeh tearn'
,uv wamiugv ruovoau i,ino or iirookiya ere trying
hard to bring tbe ennotthe American Football Aesocla.
tlou to Brooklyn, It possible tbia season. The boys turn
?,"' le..ry w.ekand kick the ballet Kldgewood
lark, their practice grounds. They played emaioli
there last Sunday agarnst the Thistles, winning with, 7
goas 101.1 Sunday games will be reguli? f"eiSrJ
during tbe winter, end will be played at Ceolelmann e
Kldgewood i'erk; to. easoclatlin i np tls games cannot
b. played there, th. grounde Ixlna too .hirt. aid thwe
wul come oa at the base ball ground. Kldgewood-
Tn' I'olr'et.hnlo boy. feel v.ry .ore over tb treat
?i,?i",h.1Su,"i,Vfu,m,ohT "Oelvad at the bends
of the Adelpbf Academy playera. The Adslphl men
protested player on th Folytechnlo teanTit the f7e
Inggameof th. season. In which neither sld.ecered.
Tb. Academy player claimed that the oblecUonabS
S.'V D," " aeeboler of 8ieven1nstllute a. tne
lVZ&a&Z.,!!motaiUtroK two of th.yoiSJ
men play Ing on the other side wer graduetedend did
net attend school et the academy anmore! Th same
r-"sy.'c,.f"0 P"' ta MU'r' gam.afaln'.ihl
fliUuiTnfl5.,;5 Fa,"""1?; "'. tb Tale Dlrtalty School.
'81. la a Harvard. '87. tTaduete, end la now engaged in
coaching the Hervard team. Some stir has recent y
S'JS mi(1 ?." " . eJ'sged thet he posted iler
But It is said by his friends that be ha not been guilty of
anyhr.acb 1 ot eoll.g. moral. In wat.blng tb. putlTo
games aa be bee been panlcularly careful not to ob
H'Tf" t"1!". Sm.ajHI.ipsn.seresaidtobe
paid by Ifarvard. He notin.d tb. oofleg. euthorltle last
year that ibe should not witness any practloe games, but
that he felt tbat hs had a right toss, the otfier games
Good indgm.nt has bsen displayed by Bseretarr II. O.
Shawof Ihe New Jersey State Football League in se
lecting ths following gentlemin. whe are to comprise
th. r.pr.seutatlv. team of the abovenamed organiza
tion, which will go to rawtocket aud Kail River on
Thanksgiving Day to contest with the crack teams of
Ihe New Eogland Mates: Uoak IL Kelsal of lreuteu:
becka John llood end II. Holden of the Kearny tor.rs:
naif backe U. Morion of Ihe Almas, Joseph Smlih.mby
and U. Barr or the Kearny Hovers, right-wing. A.
Cpopsr of the Alms: M. afoAulsy ot to. Fatsnon
Thlatlss: centre John Smltbemby ot th Kearuy
ttovereCcaptaloiileft wlog J. Orayof th Almae and
W, Turrir of tbe I'atjraou Thistle! subsUtutea. A.
Cutlsr, J, Connelly, and James Hoed of the Kearny
Rovera This team Is expected to do great thlnge while
down East, and If they d.l.altbe rail Hlver Itovers.
who ar cbsmplous of Ihe American Aisooiallon, a
reception will await them on their return to Newark.
Tbe Inter scbolastio football Letgue consults of teams
from the following InsiltuUons this year; Columbia
(iraumar Behooi of New York. Stevens Bobool ot
Ilobok.n. Adslphl Academy of Brooklyn, and the Fily.
Itchalo luiUtele of thet city, Kach elob will play three
game and the elub having the highlit average at the
close of tbe schedule will reoefre a hudsome tioobr
erohlsmatle of the Inter-scbolattls ebAsaplonshlrT The
following games remain atlll ta be played 1 Go Betnr
dey, Btevene Senool verAdelphl iadmy; at tie
poojid ofTn L(Jorge'Orlokt Clab at Ifobeken,
N. J.; rolytachnle Insiltote vs. Colombia Grammar
Bcbool at Qovernort Tslandi Nov. SAIAdelpnl Acsdemy
ye Poryuehnlo lnstltBt.,at Waslngtea farfc Broo
)n: on Nov BO. Columbia Orammar School vsVAdelDbl
icad.my. at th. Brooklrn AlhletfeASMelatloB gfouial
Lest Saturday's match betwsea the Folrleohnlo Imtl.
T,''ditYBs Bcbool, whUbsho.Idtsve been played
st Ilobok.n. bad to be postponea en seoount of rain.
fkeCelamMa Urammarlicheol Bleysd BteveuiVW the
St. George's ssnoa Uoboken. yelUrdsy" It la cneot
tb. Uau..rulee that a player can take part In ear
Kaffevw wfc ",B"Mb' ""' ""B
A Bueer ot tlie Jlalle
if. "if naw f L L.uul.? Culcasp end Clncinnetl Einrs of
iU?DwyD"u"a urW" 'nTM Nw York verr
e i a R "- Dd tuat t$'aa to in West. Southwell,
S?ii2f rMWfj' V v.rfnJf Kh.dule. ulltne5 Vt
lS8frKu,V Sl"T ,H,rouah' pasMngsr eoaob to
eJuBint-i. ' St Louis, compru th
The Btveralde Oo Clah Shoot.
Bso Dark, Nov 15. Xho rojrular monthly
ahoot ot th Btrarstdw Gun Club took; place
thWt James Oopvtr. T. DavU tot fourth nony with a
MCh. andj aB.nea trronglil ap the rear with 3 killed,
opiifer-all Kv5t-At a ifd yj rarl rise for io
bort and txtta TyerA for li-hor p JSme Cooper won
K?monVwit Tent' " wUltaljl II. LlJt5
nS. Slth J) kmedi fe M. Cooper, , fc i r. OewwVl Or.
Ktnny. K. M. Taretkmorton killed 6 each i and divided
third! commodore Boss.U end Jemj "-joiwr, Uv!dd
iWtu moaer. with Morsdi W. T.Conot.r. 3. "J Ar-
Wn. A. K. iVemmengM A Charles KoWe, and llr.
lid trlnglag nn the tear wllfa 1.
With Bool stadl Onn,
A Meunt Holly, K. I., man ePlnrd a J 'possum wtlfh
Ing is petrodt,-an4 that wltttonf the aid el a nn.
While enooUne; Id Bh.nlshrrussla, s Mr. Patlestll
klUed I So tawft ; then ton whit prtrld- out ot on
Bsventeen pheusat wu the oeg of Oonilable I Benn.t
otMlltotd.' Fa, nd his two friends, while bunting near
n ,. . .. .,.-. I- D.ni.llln Rl Ihl ll
ur.',ro.nrci'"i.,TrSvVoet 5u i Very larg.
ernes In a ungle day.
E, tt notersot Tmpl. Me bad a verlsty et gsm.
n killed a partridge S flying qutfrl. i kunka 2
duck 5 rabbit, and IB red, tqutrreix.
Thousand ot sard Ins hare been taken et the Tlbnron
r.rrysllp. tne taootalnf boat toeilnjr th Oshln hun
dreie high and dry on the timbers and leaving them
Three fine deer, welshing reipeoUvelylM. smandsts
pounds, wee the result of V. tt. Ntusr'a nrst attempt at
snooting this favorite ism. He was one ot tholurtio
A rassalo valley. N. J hunter had Just knocked a
sonlrrsf from a slon. wall when up ioppdth. bead or
ausrman whobarelr eseap.d th. shoe Bight bubtsrs
were snooUog along that on piece ot ston wall.
A v.ry large grey equlrrel strayed from tha wood
lands near Canton. Mass, and Into the dooryard ot
Jbar!ee sumner. where tt ettarked his two-year old son.
It Injured the child sever.ly be tor he could be rescued.
Four fat coens sat in a tree right In ihe dooryard ot
JolinDenmanuot Mllford township, fa., whence went
out of th. boos. Sunday morning to gauge the weather,
ill. dog had been hunting during the night on his own
account, and forced tha gams to his matter's bom. and
field them there until be so prof IdenUally appeared,
le bagged them all.
On Monday evening Nor. 18, the members or the
Seventh Iteglraent will commence tbe atinualYoutest
for the Absel trophy, which Is for company teams and
must b. shot for over the reglmsntat rente. In th f ark
evenue armory, (apt. (leorge W Rands company. I.
nss entered three team-, aud tbe members of that body
evidently Intend to win the pilze, If possible
The rod end line end dog end gun men of the Stale of
Indlanepay no eltenUon whatever to the game lawa
and there la talk or caning a state Convention toiee If
the taws cennot be enforce 1 Commissioner Dennis
soys that personal rewards for the arrest of violators or
the law will be offered lu the mean lime to eudeavor to
check the flagrant violations of law.
There has lately been a couple ot rabbit shoots In Ire
lend, that at Mlddleton l'ark. near Mulllngar. yielding
about 8uo need to fonr guns, viz.. Major ileneral Davis,
Mr Ambrose Mora O'lerralL Mr. I". O'Bsllly. and Mr.
Boyd-'tochfort The other was at Sir Montaeti t'hap
ruan's. Killua Castle. On the poeas int dar at Mlddleton
Fark, som. O.0 were iliot. beiideealewcock.
To Mr. Darbishlre has to be credited tbe feat ot thoo-.
Ing tbe big .tag which for somo twenty ears bis suc
cessfully evaded the dellc.it. attentions ot successive
relays ot stalkers in .North I'lit. kir. Darhlshlrt at
length got th. beset on an Wand In Locll r-ratavoch,
after a very bard stalk. The stair carried a nn. head,
and weighed lrst. cleau.
American wild turkeys haie been successfully ao
cliioetlzed in Austria on that portion of tbe estate of
Count Hreuner which Is known aa the Danublan mead
ows, end greet Bocks ot theiu aro to be ssen In his for
ests About the middle ot the last centnry there was a
vast flock ot wild turkeys in Windior foresL which had
been Introduced by William Duke of Cumberland front
ltlchmond Fark, where, during the reigns of Anne and
Oeorge L, there were thousands ot these birds. The
Richmond dock waa destroyed by poechere. aud that at
Windior graduaUy became extinct, the last-known birds
having been devoured at "The Cottage" during the
reign of (leore. IV but about that period there was
aleo a flock at llolkbam, which Lord Leicester estab
At Albany the curlers are thus.srlyln the held and
tha Empire end Albany Curling lubs have selected
ortlcers and committees for the season.
Allegheny. Fa., is also ready for work, and tho Cale
donian Cluoot this ilty has appointed a committee to
secure en available pond for the membera of the club
to play upon.
It la the Intention ot Ihe Ontario Branch ot the Iloyal
Canadian Association to establish su International
match, lobe plajed every three years alternately be
tween picked teams ot Scotland and America.
Tbe curlers of Buffalo are talking ot the advisability
ot their becoming members ot the Ontario branch ot the
Itoial Caledonian Club, aa they play considerably more
with Ibe Cenadtans than with the United stetes playera.
David FouUs is one of the most enthuslastlo curlers In
this vicinity and an earnest v. orker in the advancement
otth. game, lie U the Secretary ot tbe ilrnnj .National
Curling Club of America, aud in the diicharjeof hla
duties performs the work of two men.
Now that the Detroit Curling Club has been elected a
member of the (Jrand NatlonaL the members of tt,.
former organization havo decided to remain on this side
of tbe border, and will not Join the Untarlo branch of
the rtorai Cenadfau AssociaUon. aa announced pre
viously. The officers ot the (Irand National Curling Club say
that tho season's preliminary work was never entered
into so heartily by the member, ot the different curling
ciuDses tee prrkvm one tnu upiuuu beginning
Is regarded as the sign of an actli c seaaon by tbe anights
of tbe bonspiels-
A majority of the district medal match contests whicli
ere scheduled to be played In this vicinity will be de
cided at Van Courtlandt l-akeon the New York City eud
Northern Bailroad, near YonLers, where the curling en
thusiasts hate engaged a huuso in whicn to store their
implements aud curling stone used io the gemes.
Billiard and Pool New.
Carry Adams of Brooklyn plays a strong gsm. of
billiards. He li especially good on the ralL
William A. Duer. who was r.cently elected President
of tbo Jerome l'ark Mlla bite Improvement Company.
Is an expert with the cue.
The pool tournament of tbe Brooklyn Bicycle Club
wl'l begin next Wednesday evening, borne twenty-rive
entries have been received.
Superintendent Harry Baraouanna of the Brooklrn
Post Office is an enthusiaitet biUlards. and Isa plijer
of more than ordinary ability.
A billiard tournament for the championship ot New
England will be started at tb. Hub Billiard Falac. the
Jitb. Mr. Murphy will otter excellent prizes.
William C. II eaton, th. insurance broker of Liberty
street. Is putting np a strong gam. of pooL although he
does not play su much aa when he wu a bachelor.
There Is some talk by the Brooklyn politician of giv
ing a repetition ot tho great comlo ihioI tournament
held two years ago In theprivate parlor of Daly's Brook
Dick BchnabeL the champion oarrem player ot tbe
dry goods district aud the crack amateur of the Gor
men Club, has made a sensation In the Veterlaud by.bls
expertness with the billiard and pool cue.
John Deery, tbe ex champion at th. old American
four-ball gam. and nrst winner of tbe famous diamond
cue emblem, haa turned tutor of billiards of late. He
bas somo young clnb crack under tralnlug
M. J. Dady. who I. known by somo as the B. publican
bossof Brooklyn, oecailonelly plays a game of pool in
Maurice Daly'a Brooklyn room. His usual opponent Is
Edward McKeevcr. who Is alia a politician et soma note.
Daniel Loney and C. U. Williams are matchsd to pley
continuous pool at 288 Orsod street, Brooklyn, the
gam. will be HO points for tctteelde. Williams Is con
sidered one of the best player In tbe Eastern District uf
Jere Weinberg, the Brooklyn lawyer, play an excel
lent game of pool and Is also fair at bllllarda. lie was a
great admirer of tbe late Albert I'rey. the young poot
champion, whoa death last spring was a great loss ta
Arthur Townsend. who played such a strong game
egalnst Oddie, the champion, at th. championship tour.
nament last spring, win do one or tne contesienta at
tho amatenr tournament at Maurice Daly' Brooklyn
room next month
The continuation ot thegameeof the Hudson County
Wheelinen'a -pool tournament will continue to morrow
evening. Dr. Ben. diet basso far succeeded In wlunlng
thirteen games out of twenty, wulcbglves him a cueuc.
of winning the tournament.
Tb lines for the proposed continuous pool tourna
meat to b held at th. Chicago Madlaon btree t Theatre
toward tho end of this month areaa good as laid down.
It will get six or eight players, among whom will be
Jeke ana Charles bebacfer, Melons, Manning, Ives, eud
The Marquis de Lanta Is an adept at bUllards. and is
fond ot plailng cushion carroins. the most difficult style
ot the game. He played Georre K. stoeson a match the
other night tor a supper at Delmonioo's. Sloason was to
play 2t to Do Lanza s ou Tbe Marquis got SJ cushion
esrroms and paid for the repast,
Maurice Daly, who nowreiide. tn the City of Churches
ayshlverrmucbiufvor of tbe proposed Interna
tional billiard tournement, and will compete. It properly
arranged. He thinks that although Lugene Carter is a
much Improved player, he will get beaten by Vlguaux,
Ihe French expert. In their match game.
Mortimer Humphreys, th. vslerau, who was a crack
away baok In tbo sixties, ba buckled down to playing
bank shots laisly, and a group ot wealthy men are fond
ot taokllng him after dinner at Sioesons. What Mort
don't know ebont billiards has y.t to be discovered, lie
la working like a beaver lor the proposed lutrut!onl
Tbe preliminary srrsngemints for tbe Bookmakers'
annual handicap billiard tournament, welch will take
place In December at tbe Tr.mont Club. Twenty-ninth
strs.t, b.tw.an Broadway aud Mxin avenue, are being
made Joe Cotton. Davy Johnson, and Mattl Oerbetl
are Intending couicstauta, and are making good aver
ages In practlo play,
lchmplon Dudley Kavanagh. who was en of ID
galaxy of billiard stars who amaxsd Now Yorksrs lu the
days of the old four ball game wh.n a billiard table
seemed nearly aa bl aa ten aero lot to beginner, re
tains so much of hla old prowtss with. th. cue that he
can make the modern orark amateurs open Ibelr eves
wtlho.ilihtalhls .uihlon combinations and "bank.
Dsalsl Loney played B. C. Gardner list Salcrdsr
renin at 251 i.r.nd street. Brooklyn. Th gsmewu
pyramid pool, best 1 1 or Jl games. Gardner clahaVa to
I., unwsil and Iouy bed no difficulty In dsfsaunt him
tire store of 1 1 tot. Th match wag for fc5 a side
(lardner wlshe to make another match with Loner for
too a lid, and Lonr ay h. will plajr blm it enyfUne.
Th fourth series of gam.s In tbe members' pool tour
Bam.nt'pf th liudion County WJi.elmen will Vela
RrK..,B"-T,nUl ' ,b cl0 n0i riy city
llslgnte. The contesUng teams are Nos? 1 and 4. ani
wllfbe orapoe.d as follows; Team Ni 1-8. Ste.
Bben, Canlllni 0.7. Tutullland U, N,hoi. TeamVa
bill Ths first gam will be celled at 8 o'clooYslisrp.
Ther 1 muob. lutsrest In th Totfey Ocard'spool
tournament, which U now.ln progress, ft tournament
Is abouth lover, and the dlffersntkalgbu of tb cue
stand aa follows In th. contest i ..
. iron. lotL won. Lett.
CBtubrton ., 7 1 N.wklrk "s
Otto i I Austin,,,. ,. a I
dn. 4 3 Whvt....,., ...,.
r.-KUIn. s I Oolfard.,.....,." ..o
Kunkel i Coleman. O
1. L. Malone, the champion pool plaver, was defeated
In a game of continuous poo at Schasf.r Itoohs's baU
by Cbarlss Scba.Ier. a brother of tb. Izard bllllardiit,
on Nov. II. The game wea only an exhibition of lot)
P? SL;--. vSw7.n,l.t all laily.nu hlghesi tun
titngjwoof 10 points ssxu. Ilia average was a 11-14.
aehaefer playsdjulle a brlllUnt end reUabl game, lie
Rlt JT9 '" 10 " ' ' ,", sen en aad
lo. sari swsuined an srsrus of nearly tt.
-M?,.i,rTU'.,Uuf E" ally aarr4 front ths open
pool f am st Dily's Brooklyn rooms ua aecount pf hlsbe-
. Unusual I
in Ladies' Cloaks.
Tp-day,'Sarurday Nov. 16th, vvy
will put on sale 1
Imported Lqng Cloak;
Reduced from. 55, to 35 1
" 95, to 6q I
" .5142. to qo p
" $t6S, to $95 V
Braided Cloth Jacket? 'M
in Black and Colors, silk lined
astraehan trimmed. ;d
Reduced to. $13.50, from $23 i
Lord S? Taylor ' 1
Ing too expert and, thereby bis. king up the gam nit
to a So repurterP'Tn. whol. irnubt. waaeaitseu hy a
f.w hahle. who wish tn tnonopo.lse the open tab'e. J
When w hav plavnl for tnnn.r I, have Ion as much y
any one. "and eventn.lly It ait goes tl the botije tt n
pool plsyi-r knows Itlnm not Vanled Is thai roiat
therri are plenty of otheri that have flrt rat urn
garre'i." Dlflerent habitues or this njiii ih i
Irving had ne lmjirsneil them aj Uine riMeni "n
able, aud tb.y thooglit that thns. who dll rtijert ba I
not shown good taste. A plater uaihed Uav a it .1. tt e
A very Interesting contest In billiards U now Lmug on
b:n.enrepnsenuUt. teams of the Jeblnii ."''rsrv
Union ot New York and tbo Manhatie Club of Bro;.k.
lyn. The game. ar. -played-at 'the reeperllve ilub
rooms. Thus far the rehtaji are abend In the lerlei
On W.dn.sdav errnlnr last the tvrd WelUnnwn down
town bonlfaces. John tlertlty and -'ossph llanser. ion
tended, (the former representing- the Manhai-sei n ub
and Mr. llanser tlio Vablans 'The lal.erscvtrnlea l-i
downing hie opponent, manipulating the trcrlei In a
most aolsnttflo maimer.
All members wishing In take Part In th. pool mama
Bent which Is to b. InatmuralM at the roomenf the
irUlard DebaUng and Athletic Aieocjatlon ;,t Jerwy
City the latter part ot this trUmth tliouht addrrsi ;i.e
RetreUrj oltorheroro Satnrd,y. Kv. la.The rnllnwlnr
Player entered hav nlrekdy been torme t Into imn(
two men each: Team !n.' I J.-Saiters ar.d,t. DeMi.iit
team No. 2. IK Ilarrigan and P. Kennejly: tenn Nn.s.
K. Rlordan and Pr Moras r team .No, . .1. Uoy.e and n
Atchesnn; learn No. 0, K. Caroj and I.. l.lor'Un
The Hempstead ftarablcrs nf Ueinpstend. L. I. are
looking for suitable club quarters.
Capt. VTllllain Sheehcii of4li Manhattan lllcyole Ulub
lias called a club run to Terr) town for to-mtrruw.
Members win Iter the omb lions at u A. M.
Bert'Uyers of tha Peoria Blcyclo, Club Is credited with
doing another rerv remarkable mile. He Tdde on tbn
Mt. Holly road, which was In very bad shape,' In, 3:11),
There Is some talk of a new course being' tel.ctoil for
the tall and spring- road races ot the different whe-t
clubs. Thenew course will be-near Uotevlile f. J. Itu
a ten mile straightaway, and Unow belog put lu ex
cellent shape ' ' '
The entertainment tendered to ihe Hudson counlr
Wheelmen by the Brookljn Ulcyde tlubsi their leii.l
some club house, ta Hanson place, on Wednesday run
Ing, proved a grand success, some thirty members of lb
Jersey Club being present.
The tandem race between Jleatrs. Ivsus and Chuml.T
lain ot the Vest tnd Bicycle Club snd .MUly end Urluker
ot the Buffalo! win ukh place 'on Thanksgiving Uxy
The course will be on Blchm.ndequc. Ttvohibd
some medal will go to the winner
The Woman's Wheel and A,tbl;lr Club of ButTa'olia
elected the following oaioers: Vresiuent Jtri L , f7
Shepstd: tlce-l'reildent. Airs- E. A-fctragK-. -eireiar). f
Mlis M MoUeuurt Treainrfr. J:i-i .. Lupcy, I'uptzm
ot Wheeling Dlvlilou, Mlei K. Itumhiell. '
Oreat preparation arebUng madoby Ihiniembcri
of the llndion County Wheelmen for their Mies' enter
talnment on Monday next. The enlcruluiaeuc iul be
In appreciation or tne endeavor or the ladlea lu htlpiug
tho clnb In their smokers. Ac., last nluler.
Preparations are already belui made for next Mason s .
racing by the different wheel cluba In all part of th
couutry. guiea number of cluts In this vicinity w hh'h
hav taker, vomparatlvely no Interaitr ",' trill eu
Ueavor to put eut iv" i.mi j season.
Aninrsst!uonorTioltero'e;2i-hour road rcordhr
the Uleycle ttond lucords Assoclailou. ' ahows that
he covered 334 rapes In the above time mite Ml t.t S2.1. ss
at Artt reported. Th'liitUWeucela undoubtedly en ,
irrailfyliig to Holbein, as ll ibows tla: be did belter Hum j
fhe Hillsdale. N. J., club, that waa organized ou Ou
25underthe name cf tbe Bergen County. Wbeeiinrn
having discovered that It had untiln(ly taken Hie
name ot another 'similar organisation, ha dropped tlie
word county In thslr title, aad Is tiuwlcalled the Uer
gen Wheelmen. '
At the regular monthly meeting at the Pliilur.fid
Bicycle Clnbou Monday evtnhiglt waa dei-ided to .'.i
firoprlat tv0 to f x np a gymnasium. It a i'l c arrant rd
n the wheel room, which Is und but little during Hi
winter months. The report of tho corurnlite on tie
tameaof Thursday evening show that in tha nsiuhlor
ood ot 101) l eats haya beta sold
Th flve-mtle ehampionihln bicycle rec foftlieceie- T
breted Hancock diamond uiedal Mill bo run at Ktitl.ir
ford. N. J., thlsatterpoon. The race will he star ed at
Hit o'clock, end aa all of the contestant are raciui:
men of ebUltvlhecont.it is llkslrtob. very cxilttu;
and close Tho race wilt tie lietween V. W. Van bickleti.
the present holder of th. medal and P. N. Burgesi a y
hard rider ot local fame
The second ennuel race meet of th. Manhsttitu HI v
cycle rlub will take place on Thanksgiving Day ov.r Hie
Kiogsbrldga-Yonker conn. Th event will be one te u
mil. and un. two-mile handicap race Prizes tn be cc !
medal to nrst. stiver medal to a ecoud. and some umlI
article to third men In each raor. Th trustees rl,"
oiler a handsome gold medal to the men making .he
bestaotnal time lathe ten-mil. race Lntrlsi clou
Nor 31 with J. I. Conuor. Chairman, 43 Besver strce'.
RocuRirxit. Nov. 15 I'.ocbeitir bicyclists wsrefrtiilr
shocked tbl afternoon to lesrn of the death rr Ellis n.
Preatman, one of tne bicyclists who took part in tie
road race from Buffalo lo itocu.Mrr on net, SJ. Mr
Kreatman was a member of the denesea Club, that a, ',-
aecond tntberaoe, which was stored by piilota ll- 1 '
made th. 74-mile run In 0 hours 37 minutes on usalety
bicycle and reached Ibis city tboroiighly used up Hi
never recovered from th. effects of the race, and lui
ptiyflolan say his death Is unquestionably duo t-Mlie
strain he lubjscted himself to on that occasion.
Odds ttnd nd or nport.
C Vreeland. IL Nelson. II. McDermotL II Fulton and
J Abrahams, all ot Jerser Clir. had a race on r I'l-r
aketes et Hie Metropnluen Kink in (ireenyil e (in
Wednesday ulglil. The distance " ten Mines aprni'l
tbe rink. The prize was a medal. reeiaud hou by Un
feet. Unttou was second, and Abraham third.
A sixty-hours' go-aa you pleas race will begin t Ibe
Albauy city rink on chnstiuaa morulas, ending at in d
nl.hi .n II.. - Tl, -! tnr a .llv.r h. It mnA X.I t.?
cent, ot the gross gate receipts end tbe entrscre leu
Of the remainder 35 percent to tbe second. 15 to the
third, aud ioiio Ih fourth. Open to all. entries ilr
Dec. 18. fee flit
there lsuolonzer any doubt about the cnnge inr,.
made In the stroke adopted last season by ih (larr.ril
crew, aacv.ri thing goe. to prove that tbe real l:iullni
airok. will be laught Ih. uulv.rtlty crew During v.rs
(tun CapL llerrick revisited England and watched wt'l
the meiropolltan and university oarsmen at work hii."-e
his return a noticeable Changs ha be.n ruadf in lb
fitorrow stroke, and the men are now rowing eorui-iiibt-alt.r
the style eo successfully prsollieJ by the )'.
crews. An old Harvard earsuiantald ystrdy; ' ths
snecess or th. last Harvard freshman crow r til' ,i
rowed a perfect Yal siroke. hseitartsd Hie edvocstcs
or ihe Bntllsh style, aud In vlowof the frt lbl fl't.
llerrick haa hla head full of th way they do It In 1 of
land you ean look out for a wonderful ptrfoririiiui
next ssason." r '
r.aatcrn field Ptb Ti-lajN, '
Lexinotow, N. a, Not. K.Tliafiio.ubeis'
stske of thtBast.ni Field Tilall Club waa run elr
day. Th wstbsr wa One, aqd bird plenty. Th
quality f the entrle we unuioslly good, not one
among them thai wa pot postSHSd ef high lusllty ai a 1)
Held dog. In th first serin ot heats Jsiuts L. Urin'
Bob Oat Uat Herbert M.rrlsm's Whitney, J Nor
rl Coobrsn's Mat Uoodwln best Pierr lrrlllard's t l
ley, J. L. Ursese's Gloit.r b.st Owrg T. L.ach sflur
In th. second series bob Uatei Hat Sora, (Joler best
Hat Uoodwln. Ths Judges dicbled between Mat Uood
win andolosur, a tn.y both belong to on. owner, with
out running oft, and gave Boh (isles Orn Prize, uio.ur
beat Nora and won the Indiana prize. The third prize
wa given to Mora.
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