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h TO-DAY'S GREAT STRUGGLE.
mf TALK A WAVSI FA TOBIXB IS XBB BET.
I II TWO A X 100 ZO 7S.
J HP .
(it BprlicBeK Alive with the Friend a or the
M . Tearao-Nnt llay rrlaeatoet Men In
I B, Hlxht-Thrce Hnadred rreon at the
I v (treat Illl-Mke.uf or the Team.
SrnwornxD, Kov. 22 Tho town la In Its
I I 'glory. Main street, with Its thrones of roans
1 1 people. it tonight as brilliant and fall of life
II' Be Broudwar above Twenty-third atreat. The
j I . corridors of all the hotels are thronged with
1 1 hosts of round man. There la not a vacant
I N room Id anr of them, scarcelr a room that haa
1 1 not from tiro to half a dozen opposite Its nura
j H bor on the register. Every train to-day has
f n brought people to see the groat gamo of foot
I H " ball that Is to be playod hore to-morrow, and
I jfl every train to-night brines Increasod numbors.
I I Vhen the C o'elnck train arrived from Now
1 1 Haven twenty-three men wero turned away
1 1 from the Cooler House alone, while a like con
II dltlon prevailed at the Massasolt and tho War
1 1 ' wlok. The overflow haa gono to tho smaller
I hotols and boarding houses. The young eon
I I tlemen with manrollnnslr lone utsters and
1 1 marvellously high collars are to be seon otery-
where, and their dotnes are the chtof It not the
sole toplo of conversation.
While Harvard and Yale monopolize the
1 1 lion's share of the attention ol Sorlncflold
1 1 people, there Is a throne of college men from
the Wetleron and Lehleh Unlvoraltlea and
I from Williams College. Princeton men, If any
I be here, aro Ilka " brer rabbit, be lay low and
1 1 say nnffln'.'
The Interest which the town takes In tho
II comlne contest was shown by the crowd that
went to Hampdan Farkthls afternoon to poo
tho Wesleran-Lebleh football same. Thoro
1 1 was a throne all around the ground probably
I COO In all although this came was very much
I IIkq tho preliminary exercises at a groat
sparring match. YVhllo the young gentlomon
played a bis sane of carpentors was at
II work on such an array of seats as
has rarelr been aoen about a football
I ' ground. Three sides of the field have beon
II enclosed to as to form a rut amphitheatre
l 400x175 feet large. Tho soata rise from seven
I' tier on the east to fifteen on the wost, and not
If less than 7.000 people can be comfortably
seated there. The sale of seats so far Indl-
H eates that ther will all be filled and that enough
II Interested men will jam the area between the
H seats and the limits of the playlne flela to elre
I work to a very large force of poltcomen if tho
I field Is to be kept clear. The Held llos north
Ifi and south. The wlso ones among the rpeota-.
H tor Will take tho west aldo of the field. It the
I I sun shines to-morrow as It did to-day It will be
In dlffloult watching the last hall of the, earns
la from the east side. 'lho field Itself Is well
adapted to tbe game. It Is as level as a parlor
oor, and la covered with a good turf.
III There Is eveiy reason to auopnse that the
Same of to-morrow will warrant the Interest
iat people are taking In It The men are all
HI in good form sae McClune of Yale and Upton
II ol Harvard, who waa banged up so muoh In
111 the eame with Princeton that he has with
lid drawn and Bianohard will play In bis place.
18 Harvard men say tbat they aro going to make
In the grand effort of their lives because of the
Ifi controversy with Princeton. They want to
Hi show that If defeated by what they call pro
ID feaaloual Dlavers ther can Dlar football with
in resaiouai players tney can piay iooidbii wuu
II amateur. Nevertheless, the betting Is again-t
IS them. In the eportlns resorts about town odds
IB, of 10 to 8 are offeiod freely, and a good deal of
II money has been put up qq that basis. At tho
II Massasolt and Cooler Houses a few bets of 100
II to 7fi were made, but Harvard men bold baok
fl for better odds, wbioh they oxpeot to got in the
I To-ntght the Interest oentres In the ball at
1 0 the armory. Tho armory axed to be the county
jail. It has been added to until there Is n
11 double drill room, largo enough for a recl-
II ment. It has been decorated by the local cora-
mlitoe with pines and hemlooka lined with
I chrysanthemums. Into tbe semblance of a
I miniature park, with a dancing floor In the
I contra Of course, the blue and the orlmson of
HI tho two collegep are everywhere. On one wall
Yale has groupod her trophies from base ball
H nnd other contests under an artlstla
III arrangement of colors, while ft huge
ll floral football hangs below. Harvard
IB has no trophies displayed, but on tbe
opposite wall are college colors with
III alsrsat floral horseshoe beneath as an ovl-
denreoi good luok hoped for. The ball Is the
HI greatest sootal eveot In the history of the town,
in nccui ding to good authority: certainly it ioun
event long to bo "remembered. Three hundred
III Invitations were lesnrd. and society people
(III from Hartford, New Haven. JJoston Brooklyn,
II and New York are here. Mrs. liwlght Holland.
II Iirs,d.O.Cbapln, Mrs. II. A. Gould, and Miss
II Bophla W. Howard are the patronesses;
Messrs. Georue D. Pratt and H. G. Chapln.
Ilil manager. The Harvard (ilea Club, about
thirty istrone. are present to sing for the as
Ill sembly. Harvard sympathizers rather pre
llll dominate among those present.
lid The players In the hie football gams will be
l!J as follows:
Mil k HJivarO. roiUtonx. rale
Mil Cnmnoek Rasher nartvell.
Mil Jtlanihard Ilnsner ....(....Ilnodes.
llll Cranston. Rnsher Ileffeilnger.
llll Tiltou Rosber Hanson.
r, TraflQTd. Bulbar rarrla
tlekney Roshsr ....OIU.
llll Oosby ...Rusher... Stair
HI Pean , Quarterback Wtuiaaburc
III le. ,....... Halfback ,.,. Morrison.
II Ran,., Halfback... , MeCiung.
IIJI B Treflord. Poll back HoBrlde.
lis Cumnock and 0111 are captains. Substitutes
1 for Harvard, Hutchinson, Hullowell. Ken
Ill drlcken. tearing, and White; for Yale. Hey
III worth. Adams. Orosby, Newell. Gravos, Bliss,
btanler. Morrison, and Williams.
A referee In place of Cowan will be choson
H UVCa ADO ABOUT NOTB1SO.
In -A. Ueetins at Tale That Promised Much,
H hat Petered Oat.
H New Haven, Nov.32. Ono thousand Yolo
students assembled In Alumni Hall this even-
If ing In response to the call Issued by Capt.
Ijl QUI of the football team to attend a mooting
111 ostensibly for the purpose of dlsausslne tho
jf football situation and Yale's attitude thereto.
)l As a whole the meeting was a grand fizzle, for
I I tbe outcome of it was unsatisfactory to the
MM majority of the undergraduates.
I President Yeomans of the football ossoela-
jll tlop opened the meeting by saying: "Wo aro
III Informed that Harvard has appointed a corn
Ill tnlttee whloh Is desirous of conferring with
III Yale on athleiio matters in eeneral, but does
jll not make special mention of football. If
II thoro are anr remarks on tbe matter I should
I be pleased to hear them."
II A dead alienee followed, Yalo men were sur
n prised. They bad gathered to discuss lootball,
not atnletks In general. As no one rose to d is
31 cues the mattei, (Jill read a resolution which
i) provided that the Chairman of the meeting an
al t DOint a committee of cruduatfln anr! unHar.
ill point a committee ol graduates aud under-
1 Graduates to confer with tbe Harvard commit
tee on athletics In general, 'J he resolution
was seconded and unanimously pasted, Mr.
Hamnilll of the olass of 'a'J mude a lengthy
Bpeeoh. in which be Slated that as lis under
utood It the meeting had been called to d In
cus the football question, and he did not eeo
how tbe Football Association could tall a uni
versity meeting whloh would dlsouss athletics
In reply Capt QUI said that It was well
known that Prlnoeton bad ootod In an unfair
manner, but Xale thought tbe tali est way of
disposing of this matter was to discuss it In
the light of appertaining to genoial athletics.
Charles H. Hherrill, Jr., ohamplon sprinter of
tbe university, explained as loliows: "This
meeting is undoubtedly called on account of
Princeton's notion this ear. We havo only
to refer.to Wagenburst to proo their pro
teselonallrm. Then, too, I would refer to tbelr
action time and again In perverting the
rulea of the game in order to
retain a championship which tber
were unable to win dv fair means.
Caun and Goorgo are recent adjuncts to the
Prlnoeton team who have no right there, and
the latter confessed lets than a week ago, and
I believe it reliable, tbat ho had no connection
with Prlnoeton University, ottmr than tbat of
an expert lootball player. We have etood ihla
thing as long as we can. Wo are the cbum
pious In every branch ofoollege athletics, nnd.
It Is lor us to dictate nnat shall be toe future
course of oo lege athletics."
n"?fi' "J- Cnalrmaa of the Yale News
lioard, oUered a motion to reconsider the reko
lutlons offered by Gill and passed. It was so
voted, and then he offered a het of reeoluiions
Which provides that Yaie should withdraw from
the presont football axsoclatlon and appoint
a committee to confer with Harvard and
crlneeton relative to Jormlne a trlnlo league.
Eherrlll objected to this, and olalmed tbat Vale
did not want Princeton In the league. Jack
eon's motion n as not seconded. Just at this
moment Cnpt. Allen of tbe university crow
came to the front, and alter a moment's con
vention with Gill ibe latter offered another
KS0.l4,i?D' wb'chwaa Identical with tbe first.
Walter Camp wua the only man who sn keon
the matter, and all that ho said was this: "I
believe In the resolutions ottered by G1IL It
Was an sot of oourtesr on the part of Harvard
tp oonrer with u. and we should acknowledge
Harvard's aotion. Glll'e resolution passed, and
the raeetlog adjourned.
It Is the universal opinion of students on the
campus to-night ibat the purpose of the meet
JMiIX? moD.kJB,lftJ with, bfodety, men. It It
iI?.iD0Wn, lPM CPJ-au' 'nvored Immediate
withdrawal from tbe.assoclation when tho
amnion of professionalism flret came up. U
in faet. has accused both Hairard and PAce
ton of having paid Players on their teams, and
In anticipation nl to-nlglit'a ."''nK "f
drawn tips set of reofiiilo In which pro
vision was made for Yale's withdrawal from
the association Immlatolv after the Tbanks-
hlna Day gams. There woa. however, other
n fluenroa brought to bear fP, A.H'nf
be undergraduates are arrald that Yale would
betwmpromlsed In going on r eoord before the
two great games tbat sh sbonld wlthtlraw
Irom tbe association. v.i.i. -t..
Hporetly It I" expected henjt at Yale that she
will defeat rrln;ton, on Thanksgiving Dar
?nd add other iauro s to her victories. In
tbat evont sho con wlthdrow with good grace,
and. If defeated, aomo other aotion Is liable to
TAZKS CltlFPLBI OFF TO XBB 1TAB.
The Make.na of. the Team that will Meet
New IUven, Nov. 92 Tha Yalo football
team left at SK this afternoon for Springfield.
Asawholo, tho team Is fnr from being lu perfect
oondltlon. McClung's shoulder is very painful,
and bo will probably not be able to play In to
morrow's eamo, ss be has not been able to
sleep the last two nights. Billy Rhodes is not
morothan half In his usual form, but as he
has becomo famous for his sand, he will
doubtless piny until thoy havo to carry
him off tho field. Josh Hartwell has a bad leg
and a soratnod wrist. Gill himself has a soro
ankle, which has beon elvlng him considerable
trouble recently. Ben Morrison has also been
wearing bandages for some time, and has not
been off crutchos moro than two weeks, and
tho oondltlon of tho substitutes is oven woro.
Uarrv Gravos Is the only man to take uriem
burg's placo should tho latter get hurt while
Graves has not lully rocoerod from the torn
bio blow be got on tho back of tbo bead In tho
Woi-lonn gatno last Uaturdar, Ferris Is also
.the only big mnn to take a vacant plnco In tbo
rush line, aud he Is hardly nblp to get around
and is catrying his right arm In a sling. Tho
team which info will present to-morrow Is
made up as follows:
Xame. VWohL . numo.
Bur. 107 Ltfland.
OUKC-aptalnV ljo Lafllaokla.
llefleianser B tell gnaia,
llanion "' C,nlr'-
Ntwiit 8" Rurhijroard.
Iiartw.il ........; ie rtunt nf
Wnritmbur JJ ?,1V,iir,S8t
Hci lunr 'M Haitbaek.
IV MoTrraon. JJ ; I fullbacks,
It. 11. HcHria 15 .., I
Tbe following aro tho substitutes: 8. Morrl
spn,'92: Williams, 'fll: Barter. '01: Movie. 01;
H, Mot llntook, till AJams. -ul: 8. Orosby. 82:
Wallls.'w8; Mllls-'is; Townsend.;l:Ulls.'8:
Hejworth. '90: B. Ferris, '91: II. dravrs. 92.
Walter Campdeollnes to inako any prediction
regarding tbo outcome of the eamo, but. Id a
eeneral way, no says tbo Yale team Is In good
condition, and there is eory prospeot of on
excellvnt game at tipringfleld to-morrow. Har
vard hasTiad tbe experience of n hard game
Vfllh Print eton, which will be Invaluable to
them. They also look upon this gamo with
Yalo as their ono opportunity for redeem
ing themselves from the disgrace of de
feat with whloh they met at tbe. hands
of tho New Joiaey team., 1 hoy learned
many new trloks, and will doubtless nut
some of them to good service. The team ther
will put before tbelale line will be almost
identical with that whloh laced Princeton.
Each side will work Its baUo us much as ther
can stand, so they will all have a chance to
prove tholr endurance. Trafford and MoBrlde
will do some good punting baok and forth.
Trafford can kick a little further, but Is not so
qulok as McBride. Neither is be as safe B
player. He does not fall on the ball 80 well
and In general, while stronger. Is not so wlrr
orqulckln bis movements. MoBrlde is aleo a
better taokler, but Trafford is by all odds tho
better drop kicker. In fact bo will, if elton
anything liko a fair ohanoo, make It very dan
serous for Yale's goal."
tVesteren nd Lehigh Plar a Tie Game.
BpitiNoriELD, Mass., Nov. 22. Tho Wes
leyans and Leblghs played a tie eamo of foot
ball on Hampden Park this afternoon, tho
score being 11 to 11. Time was called on ao
count of darkness. 17 minutes before the end
of tbe second half. The game va? rough and
much bad feeling was shown by both sides,
Lohtgh's points wore made by Hashlola goal
from the Held and hU touch down, from which
a goal was kicked. Hall dropped a coal tor
Wesloyan and also kicked a goal from, I r
ley's touch down, making 11 points in all. The
referee was Coffin of Vtesleran, and tho nm
plro was Graham of Lehleh.
Departure of the Harvard Team.
Boston, Nov. 22 Tho Harvard 'Varsity
football eleven left Cambridge this afternoon
for Bprlngltold. Upward of 100 students ac
companied tho team.
Columbia and Cornell Flav To-day.
After a great deal of discussion between the
Colombia and CorotU football team may bava finally
decided to play the fame tola afternoon on the Berkeley
Oval which wai scheduled eome time afro Cornell
wanted Colombia to pay all her axpenMi to tho city,
but le now eatlsned with the esreetne.nl m-de br Colom
bia tbat they will par cito. which will oover within a
mall eum the entire expenaei of the Cornell team.
Colombia a team wUI be weakened by tna losa of Tuttle
from tba ruih line. Ha sprained hie ankle very badlr In
tbe rame with Amnrrst. and will do no mora football
ftlaylni tble year. The rame ibis atternoon wlildoobt
eii ba qulie exciting and cloteiy contested. It will
probably tit Columbia'! lait eame toll leiaou.
Frloeetoa'e Men or Muscle.
The Prlnoeton team practising for tbe
Thanksgiving game with Tale on Berkeley Oval weigh
npaa follows Donnelly 1st, Cowan 1 at, Janeway 203,
cieorio 177 Rlinre 177. t'ash 16 J. Warren Usi roe ISO.
Cbanmng HU uiaek 167, and Amaa I W. Th rush tint
averages 171 pounds.
They Halted by tbe Wayatde.
Palmer, Nov. 22. A tallyho party of Harvard
Btodents from Boston to attend the Uarvard-lale foot
ball game at Springfield were detained here to-day for
leafing guide boards, with which they decorates tba
coach, tney settled and proceeded.
Princeton Tiara Orance To-duy.
Pbtnceton, Nov, 22. The last of tbo series of
football gamea preparatory to tbe great contest with
Yaia wiU be played to-morrow by tbe eleven against the
team or the uranga AthleUo Association.
fUaitr.Tht Berkeley Oral 1 on the Harlem Hirer
Railroad at Morris Dock.
The (lorernor Island football team will play tba Hew
York University on tholr grounds at Governor's Island
at a P. M. to-day.
Holme has been eleetad eaptaln of the University ot
Penneylvania tooibali team In tba plaoaof Cburoh. re
signed Cburcb hsa gone to Europe.
The Bedford football olnb of Brooklyn hare accented
Seton Hall College team's ehallenge, and will test tnelr
strength to-day on the latter a grounds at 8ooth Orange.,
There Is always great competldon between Princeton
and Yalo as lo whloh will secure the majority of the
coaches for the Thanksgiving game, This cl y oniy bts
a certain number of coaches and each college strives to
get as many as poutble to decorate with lis oolors. The
competition thti year has ro.ulted In a victory, for
Prlnoeton by a majority of two ooaebes. ,
A recent lesoeof the Columbia 3ptcvu.tr tells thefol
lowlogt A rather amuilng Incident occurred during
the Yale game fine ot our rushera had been kicked In
the head by a Tala player aa be lay on the ground On
rising he eipoetulaied with bis adverear, who. ad
vancing bis lower jaw with that peculiar Yaie accent,
replied 'Ah. wot d'xo t'lnk yet playln' checkers t' "
The ntyeralde Onn Clnb'e Shoot,
Red Bane. Nov. 22. The Riverside Gun
Clnb bald tbelr weekly abe t this afternoon Clay birds
nly wero used. The Brit event, ten singles, was won
by a M. Cooper with a cloan score, Ed Throckmorton
and John Cooper divided second money with 0 each.
W T, Conover won third money with a, and Cbarlea
Mlnton brought up the rear with a Tbe second event
wae at ten slnglea John Cooper won with Kid Throck
morton wssoest with 7 W T. Conover retiring with t
and 12 If. Cooper last with 4 Tba third event, at nva
pair doubles was won by M i ooper. with a eleau
score b. Throckmorton broko 7. John Cooper, ti, tv
T i onover 4 The last event at nine slnglee John
Cooper won, breaking u W T Conover, K, tv Throck
morton and fed cooper each breaking H, and abot off
miss and oat, Kd Cooper winning In the second round.
On Wednesday last tbe cbamplonshln competition
among the membere of the Marlon Utile Club, Jersey
cur, was concluded for the season of 'to, and air Johu
Iteblism was the winner, lie received a diamond medal
Valued at S7 5,
The Rlverrlda Oon and Rifle Club of Red Bank Is now
one of tbe largest shooting organisations In the Slate.
Last trtdsy four lsw members were elected to mem
bership, two of them being Lharlos r Howden and Pr
Kinney, well known ow Yorkers, who spend six
months ot the year In Ked Hank The eluh waa re
cently Incorporated. On Thankeglrlng Day there
Sromtses to be great sport on the club grounds In Mid
letown tonihltt, and tbe followlngachedu eof events
lias been arranged ror that day Morning First event,
sweepstakes, H bats, second event, aweepolakea u clays;
third event eweep'takes, " live birds: fourth event,
sweepstakes H single and 3 double blue roeke. After
noon Mru event, eweepetakes. 5 live birde, second
event, sweep.tskes. H pairs live birds, doubles, third
event, sweepstakea 7 live birds.
Odda aud En da of Sport.
To vnc Fuiroa or Tni Sow Sir Please state through
Thi Fuv that I will back Hush McCrudden against any
man In the state of .New York at saline oulone for a
purse of (M and an outside bet of f luo.
163 t ernon avenue Lain Island City
The I'nlrersltv will plar a game of lacrosse with the
West Phi adelpMa Branch of the Yonng Men s t brlstlan
Assouailon on Thanksgiving Pay. 11m following man
will probably represent the Unlrereltyi Ulddletim (cap
tain). Hetllne 61ms. bboemaker. Rex. Harrlaon. Ulllar.
sfoore. cypher Perls, Helper and rdwarda The posi
tions bare not yet been deolded upon, but the team la
practicing dally, and Captain Mlddltton will fix the
tares by the beginning of next week The opposing
Mm Is not very strong aod a eloae gama la looted for
A quoit tournament will ba held at Pick Whin a 677
Court street Brooklyn, on Thanksglslng bay Prlsss to
the amount ot jo will be distributed as follows!
riret prise, til. second prise. Mi third prise, flu.
Among those entered arei James MeLaron.oban.pion
of the world John Moravian, Frank Doran, Thomas
leburet.and7homas bmltu of Brooklyn i Alexander
Kennedr champion or; Penpiylvanla James Poottt ot
Pennsvlvsnla. and Jobs Carey, who Is ilylad the com
Ing champion. Other entries may be made oo Us
giouuC entry fitilL
- at- 4b , ji i j-. .a tfjwjrf
'"''"?i"'-i- iii i Ii-tiHM
Ootxl TVoric oa Tarlooe Atlaya by Many
The games in the Pomeror tournament, go
tag on at tbe Aeeotmr. I B roorteeath trvet, was
onUoued last night Tbs game were not eielt ng. but
seme very one spares wre made. The Oleadalei won
both their gaaea while tbe KrakalbU won tba other.
The Gothams bad la take two defeats for tbelr night's
work. Tbe largest More during Ibe evening waa made
by the Olenoelea la the Bret game The losert then
gave the Gothams a drubbing, meklog ap t or their da
rut. The last game waa won by Ibe alendajte. trot
only attar good struggle on tbe Ootbtm't part, The
latter team Vera nearly Alweya on even terme wi h
their opponenie up loth- ninth frame, but were OnsUy
beaten. Thesoores weret
& A B.Sari , 4 & ?j;
nonsiar ??:? enoli... ... J 181
Klssen s 5 4 in Werner j 2 2 JS
Fosilnl. ...... .a o s 107 penny..... J s iro
Oaroaud J 5 55 Morr' 5 1 !Ji
Klbbei... .-..., S 3 174 rueue 3 4 lJ
ToUU 131818 TBS Totals U231S Sl
Krakalhta 7 Id 155 SI8 B6 84 OtO 71S TJ
Slendale 08 184 J18 8IH 4US 47J BIO B27 724 Sit
Dmplra-r. tt Malnken. Bcorera-e. Mirsch and A.
Vr;yoeter. Averagt-Kraktlhla, U7sl Olendalc, ltnt
S. S.B. Sort B. S. n Scon
ITeosKr ' 3 e 18 Ostertag s 4 3 1M)
Mlnen.... .." a is Kertehor a I o ui
llos"? ..... S 3 3 I7J l-rlor I s 0 IV
Osrnsui T.- .3 t I IX ichtnk I 4 ft ln.1
kiobel.".V:"3 8 3 Hi scbllchte 7 T I 181
Totals. ..-..iFlTio TTJ Totals. tolOSt 723
rakelhla.....77 ICO S33 1)06 SM 41 StO 810 730 773
Olham... 71 HU lot) 31S J42 410 400 371 OtO 723
Umpire Oscar J. Saxe. Scorers A. W. roster and
AVerages-Krahelbla. 154t Oolham, I44.V
& & a Scon it & D- Scon
Fchnli.. ...... 3 8 JJ2 Ostertag 4 4 3 BO
Werner B 2 S 1S7 kencher. 3 4 4 11
Denny 7 I 17S Prior J 0 J-
Murphy. IBS 1 ahenk. 2 4 4 147
rauolis, a S 4 151 dcbllihte 3 4 4 142
Totata iTaaio vw Total isi7so 7ta
fllendale PS 170 23S 824 421 504 S70 onn 701 70.1
delnatn... ..... M 1J8 233 is) 37 4tB iii HIS BJU 70S
Average-Olendata. I'-SXl (lotham. 153.
Bcorera J. liockbardt and Uj Jaoohy.
Tba married and eingla men ot the Haihlngton Bowl
Ing Club of llarltm rolled a match. game on the alien
of the calumet i lub last ovenlng, the married men win
ning easily. Tbe score:
aiaatan an sueui xv
SHI Score .11l Score
nollsnkamp..-4 o o 181 Ilaspsr 3 3 e 101
Koch .........0 8 7 llti Zenn. 1 4 o 122
Myrnon 3 8 a 183 Levy 0 a 7 to
Arohelm 1 IB 105 A. Hayman.. ISA llti
iVnn 4 0 e 181 Block 1 8 0 84
M liaytnan....8 I 0 113 Kahn ....I a 7 w
Urauis 1 8 100 Gay , 1 3 7 107
May. 4 a 4 lssiMayer 1 3 7 111
Monoob 1 I B 101 Brown. 1 I B 111
Totals. 2014 58 Kx5 Totals. "o22M SIS
Married Han,. 104 287 837 42fl 82 f9 762 850 DCS lOftft
Single M en 60 168 804 42S BIO 583 862 743 84 SI8
Umpire Mr Hollentamp. Soorer Mr. Mysraon.
The Klvertldee rolled a game with a picked team at
the Falsenkallan In East rlfty seventh street. Tne fea
ture of tba evening was the bowling at the ladles. Tbo
ivauinis. ricxxD tsik.
3 X. ! Scan s. 3. B. Soon
Miss Rchwari 8 3 ft 17 Mlas B. Henog 0 3 8 70
Hiss Slayman.l 3 J JIU.T l'lnk'pL3 3 e 02
Miss llarsog ..0 1 0 73 Miss Poilaok, 3 8 5 10U
Miss Dinka'nl 3 3 8 lut MlssUSchw'g.2 8 8 103
B. schlssstefn 4 8 1 182 T. lorshelm ..a 8 l 2it)
T Sbeehan... 3 3 159 E. Haiman 1 I J ws
R. Porgte S 8 1 163 B OlnkenspelL4 8 8 150
L. Kupter. 3 S3 IHO L. Behwars 6 3 3 220
r? Falsa 8 3 3 IM L. Bcbl.ssteln 4 4 3 183
II DlnktispeU.3 4 8 157 B. Dobler ... 3 4 4 142
Totala. 393487 1430 Totals, 80 2644 1331
Cmplre T. Ueymen. Scorere B. Schlestteln and J.
Flossbslm. Average Blvertldea. 143 1.3, rickeed
Team. 188 MO
The games between the Echos. Rooreatlon.
and Volunteer cluba proved tbe most axoitlng of anr yet
plavad at the Carrutbera tournament, a great crowd
being assembled on tbe alleys on Wednesday evening.
The work of President I all In making eeven strikes,
three sparsa and no breaks waa loudly applauded. Tba
next best score Is Btrtner a 1"7 Tbe Polios won each
of the games played In last year's tournament and they
eocoerded In getting third prise. Tbey will work hard
to secure a better place this year. lbs following la the
scan. I voiuxvtxa.
K. R, B. Scon S. & B. Scon
Belter 3 8 a 157 Warncke.-....l 4 S 137
Wilis a ft 8 168'Fedden ...... 1 S 4 147
McDonald I T a 109 llui.o 1 4 s 134
Daral 3 a a tet.Kaliar 4 a 4 157
Pell 7 8 0 183 Btrtner 4 5 i ia7
Totals 143311 84o Totals 102119 702
JJ.ho. BO 1ST 218 823 428 BS0 801 MS 753 B40
Volunteer BO 127 200 28a 875 452 628 585 660 7B2
Umpire-T. J. Anderson. Sooiars-O. E. Tabet and
T r. Curttes.
a. B. S. Sctn a. B. s. Scon
Warneka a 3 a 138 Gray. 0 4 1 1 lio
redden 3 s 3 isi unite l a l 170
ilube 1 S 4 Its Oray 0 1 8 e 124
Keller.. ...... -3 e a IBS Pecksley 1 8 ll
Burner.... 3 8 0 is Walla a 5 a 160
Toteu "oiTao 754 Totals oaTaT 741
VolunUar SS 159 343 3IS 887 453 537 612 678 754
Baoeratlon. S3 178 78 859 432 483 547 U01 871 741
Cmplra 8. W. Swaaiey. Bcorers-T. U. Curtlu and
a. a B. Scon s. & B. Scon
Fellers o 8 1 805 Oray, 0 8 3 4 145
Miles a S 4 154 Pecksley 2 e 3 173
McDonald ...3 3 4 141 (Iray, 0 8 3 4 154
Daral 8 3 3 177 While a 4 4 140
1'ell 1 7 3 164 Wells 2 5 3 156
Total! 17 20 14 841 Totals. 12 2T 17 777
Echo 77 174 270 849 427 504 600 601 763 (Ml
Bscreatlon 74 140 236 324 407 4S8 557 630 702 777
Umpire T. Anderson. Bcorera T. II Curtlss. A. J.
Bowling circle No. I.Vll.ll A., bowled their usual
rractloe gama on their alios a 721 Lexington avenue, on
Wednesday last, with tha following result.
VKAM 1. ISAM 3,
J Levy 184 Stein 156
K.l.'ohn 128 Walfonsteln. 130
UJ talk 126 Prledbelm 154
L. Altmeyer 130 A Altinerer 145
Manklewu 158 Hamberger 10
Godstone I2 Hetnoheriner. 1.0
A. Lary 154 PtegeL 153
r. Conn ISO Brown loi
Total 1036 Total 1070
Tbe Unter Una and Dakotis played a match game fast
evening on tbe Spartan alleys. Much cannot ha said
fibont tba bowllngof tba respective cluba, but tbero waa
ota of fun. Tbe eoorei
nana pas. cuori.
A & BScon a. S. B Score
(Jchwerk 4 4 3 INS Value .....3 1 7 181
Heyear a 8 4 140 Frlerey ...3 8 8 Llti
Kls 1 B 4 148 Ilutkar I S 6 110
Tbumar 1 7 i06 fcayle 0 1 8 83
Lubcke .1 4 a 188 Pratt 1 18 OJ
Itelf ...,4 8 8 167 McMahon 3 3 0 122
Folge 3 4 4 Ito Wallace 1 8 1 17u
Totals. 16 352? 1053 Totals "oiOti sio
Unter Una 81 03 JS 437 537 640 760 871 050 1013
Dakota 81 148 245 312 878 431 B42 842 750 840
Umpire ltenry llaoscr. Scorer Rudolph Weber
Averages timer Una, 150 8.7; Dakota, 120.
On Wednesday evening the Bergen Bowling Club ot
Jersey City Heights went to Newark, where tbsy rolled
a return game with the Pastimes of tbat placo Tha
run at. aaaciK.
a. a B.spt a. a. n. score
Christopher. .8 6 3 ie Wilson H a j 165
Llpps 6 13 llll Mount . .j s 4 us
fiavls o b 137 Itedirava J 2 ft m
Loiius t 4 5 ici llelutse . . I u a 15)
Vtndrots ... a 3 3 nu iteut or. 4 j a ini
Boy It , , ,..,3 1 7 l-'l lial ery . 3 4 U 171
Young ... ...2 4 4 14; Atkinson . 1 ft 4 1,1
rnsble 14ft lull DounelL .483 172
Blltsiin .8 J 4 r7Bundy .13 7 no
Mclntyre . 8 8 4 15 Barl 7 i I 204
Totals SJ36iJ 1500 Totals,. ..19 33 35 1587
Bergen , .173 863 571 U42 782 033 1090 1244 1411 13r7
Pastime ., 105 BOB 418 (3 782 B74 1048 1J2U 1366 1506
Averages-Borgen B a. IV) 7-10, Pauline a a,
150 8-5. Umpire Mr. 8ulUvan- Pcorrr.-Menrs.Bea-grave
and Dennlroa. Time of game J 130.
Tb following scores Indicate the manner In which
the H est Knd Howling Club of Harlem manipulated the
wooden sphere In three practice games last Tuesday
ems xo. 1.
Iladden 172 ninsor .178
rurrle 157 Swarts .102
rack 14i) Bag aeon ..172
ord , 171 flarduer 161
Xolen 140 Uoggm 145
Total 766 Total. .sis
Averages ITadden'a side, 137 1 8 Wlnsor's side.
OIKS HO. 2.
Eagleson. 150 Wlnsor 150
(.warn ,.107 Iladden. sol
Ford , .180 Currte .170
Gardner .l'0 Peck - 154
Ooggto 184 CuttrUt ,...133
Total .841 Total Me
Avsrages-Egfreson't aide, 168 I-8 Wlnsor's side,
107 1 0.
eiut to. a
Iladden. ... .....175 Swarts 16S
Currla ,l&o Wlnsor 107
Peck , 166 Nolen 140
Gardner Iftx Fairbanks 140
Pickering,, 163 noggin 14U
Cuttrlaa 147 Eagleson.. . 140
Total .858 Total .oil
Averages Iladden e'llJe, 158 54, Swsrts's side. 151 B-8.
Club average for evening. 161.
Bowling la fast gaining popularity aa a winter pas
time tills fact waa attested by the large number of
pectatere that attended tba Jersey Lily Amateur Howl,
log League games on Wednesday evening The oon
teetlug clubs wsretha Independents vs. Fairmounts on
tha letter's altera and the Lafayette .re Centrals oa
tba former 0 aliaya Although the men that oompose
these tsama era considered second clase ptayera, still
Ibe, are Improving rapidly and many of ihem nearly
tench the 3 11 mark. Considering that these clubs have
only one nights practice In a week It la not to be won
dered at that their scarce are a trifle lowsr than tbosa
made by tha teame in tbe Amateur Bowling association
League Tba games on Wednesday evening were very
tnlereatlag. and whenever a player made a bard spare
M soared eiuutee wu greeted nltba sterol of ej-
rlenie. Tbehnmetesmswenlnescheenten. as Isgerc
rally the tees, but the seoraa were very close to (me
another, tollowlagiathesummsryi ,
jylmar h 1 s 137 Dtat 4 4 ; ISI
nofman. .... lsq 131 J. K.Iihelmer.,3 j)
t. Fahn ., a 4 4 s4 MM la ,,.4 3 4 163
Ilanbeek 0 4 0 11 Hlrkland 8 a 4 IBS
Baha. 3 1 7 )tal Waller 3 a 4 127
G hn e o a 187 Smith.... 0 e !
neuter 1 a 6 isi Arsellbalmar..O 4 JI20
Mter. a a 122 Baxter. a 4 J IJg
Dobke........a 8 4 168 Celiea 2 5 !!2
Uberbaek 1 8 4 153 Jonea. 2 e 3 100
Totals .2020 t IMS Totals.... .-5 83 4i 1400
Central. ...Its Bos 4X0 eso 7K) BOt 1010 1137 1SSI J8C8
LaJaveitaIO aas 428 578 729 807 1064 1178 1818 HOT
Averages-Lafayette B. 0. 146 0.10. Central. IM 4J.
nmplre-Wllliam Evans. Bcorera J, G. Robinson. La
t arette B. a t A. Dobke. Cenual B. 0. Time of gama
. . . a. unseen SS?!?
nieeliof a a e lis riugge- 11 4l
Jackeon 18 6 i2 Roee 1 J JJ"
fraoit. sas 170 orlnn. ! ? 2 !S2
troeland. ... 3 4 4 181 Marling 1 4 14
Geo Dllioway I 4 A las Hannah 3 p 3 163
II llllloway. .13 7 114 Koernlng 1 3 7 100
Kmlth I 4 B 184 Dobrman.. ..163 IM
Hauler a 3 e 12-) llomelu ..... 4 3 4 let
llerlg 2 4 4 152 Herring 3 4 4 143
Ecblaltman .344 154 Ralnners. ... 3 0 3 177
Totals . iijJloO 1373 Totalt .... 10354(11433
Independents 126 261 401 551 nmfWlftfOllOt 12631373
ralrtnounta 144 287 415 381 707 871 D82 iota) 127U 1433
Averagsa-Independents.137 3-10. Kalrmounta. 143 3-KV
Umnlro-I). Oreeno t-corere-W O Hermann. Inde
pendant B C.i J. U Caueles, i alrmount, B. U. Time of
TbeW Y Oreva Night Owle bowled tbelr third game
with the Hchllnikre on ttedneelar evening at the rel
eenkeller alleys I Ifty seventh street and Last Itlver.
and wen by the following icorai
castas nwu. scallnsavs
.V. .1 n icorc A. S ft Score
Undue 3 H 1 174 Itonenbloora .13 4 I31
I ruia .. .4 S 1 170 Cohan, I 3 7 124
Pe erman 6 2 2 2'13 Well . 0 8 7 110
tahrbach 4 1 s 154 Huullntky .326 IM
lam 4 : I 170 Hlumenthal.,. 17 3 HU
I Baker H u 1 207 Nathan .....1 4 5 131
J Fredericks ,6 0 4 214 Manheltner....4 3 4 167
Plate,. ,3 4 3 170 He.sberg 3 4 3 lis
Vaupel 6 t 3 210 Kelnskr 0 B B 181
Lubeok J J ft 154 Kosetigold.,... 3 2 0 141
Tola! 442728 "887 Totals ...17 34 40 1,413
Umpire Ira lore tVoodlska Bcorsrs J. 8. Moss and
Nome 150 bowling enthmlaila assembled at Hollow,
c dlel e alleys on Tliurntlay night to witness the match
game between tbo Natneleee and Uonday Mght Clube,
tba former winning b 71 pins!
KAVXLkss xoxpir many
S.S.B Scon KKB. Score
la France .,.0 e 4 18U Greenhouse,,. .0 u 7 100
Barry ..3 8 144 Hanzell 3 o rl 117
hpencer ... 3 3 S ISO Grant ...1 3 6 120
ramubell .1 37 uo liunty 1 B 4 188
Haldron Ola K- Kearney I 4 S I.11
Dav n 8 4 144 Walker, V. a 4 4 187
Miellry 0 3 7 He Walker, L a 1 7 114
Lenuan ... u 6 4 143 Barker. 1 4 s 123
Morris. 1 8 0 WJ t'ore 3 3 B 127
Boden 6 13 185 Thompson.. ,..3 a 3 142
Totala 10 SI 54 1300 Totala .162650 1220
Nameless.. ..163 280 401 03 701 836 fill 1018 1183 1300
Mond. MghLlOJ 2C8 854 4M1 568 672 844 1H23 1164 1228
Umpire O. Bocbsler. Scorsra E. W abler and D.
A practice game was howled between the Mascots and
the Anita Bowling dubs at Cat. Continental on Thurs
day evening, with tha following resu.t,
Guest lOllMeyer 157
Dajlan 1.0 Monhelmer 158
Zalrnka 126 itellman 152
J. Topllts 107 Seawald IB.)
8 TopllU 12D A. K. UUler 158
Total .652 Total .788
In the Jersey City Amatenr League on. Wednesday
evening the ralrtnooiits defeated tha Indepsudents at
Uuonlc Hall by the followlug scors.
a. s. B. Scon a. a. B Score
E. Elshuf 2 2 0 126 O. Flutg 4 0 0 141
A. Jackaon ..186 1:5 D. Boca 1 3 T tie
W. Frantx .838 170 II. Onmm. 1 8 0 135
P rrelnd.. 2 4 4 181 G Blellng t 4 S 181
Geo Dllioway. I 4 8 133 O Harmon.... 3 8 2 162
O Dllioway. 13 7 lit o Kornlng ...1 1 B 1011
D. B, bmldt ,14 3 131 M. Dohment ..1 6 8 156
II. Hausser .226 1:8 J B Moisten. 424 161
O. llerlg ... 3 4 4 I5J 0 Herring.. ..3 4 4 UJ
UBchlatmann 3 4 4 154 c. Belners...,. 2 6 3 177
Totala,.. . 183150 1373 Totals 188747 1433
IndependenL126 Sflt 897 Bin 6P2 804 030 HOI 1212 1373
Falrtnount ..144 2611 413 581 707 871 IW2 1108 1J7U143J
Umpiro-Mr Green, bcorera O. P Uulse. a Del
Omcr. L. Bchwarx
The rlrst of the eerles of games between the Daily
Bowling Club and tbe Arton. Jr. Bowling I lub took,
place at the out, bouse of the latter on Thureday even
Ing. and resulted u a victory for the former by this
isiox j a. piisr.
. . A A. B. Scon S S. B. Score
E. Oswald ... 0 3 7 117 J Ackerman..2 4 4 135
T Erbard .... 0 3 1 11x1 II (.ebhard .023 )J
H.J Muller . 3 to ISO o Weoer 4 2 4 150
II htlnker, ,,434 176 G Weber .... 164 141
W. liner 1 4 & 137 F. Weber. 3 S 5 187
Total .750 Total .777
Eahlsdorf of tbe flpartana la also a member ot
Tbelateiteoqnlsltion to the Spartan Bowling Club la
J. Pasei eeier.
The Pllzabath Atbletlo Claba team zteede to ba
Itrengthened a little.
Ernst Vooth of the Mght Owls, and a-clevar bowler
Is laid up wiib Brlgbt's dlieaie.
Bowling Circle Ko. I. Y. II.O.A, will bava their ladles'
night on tbe evo ot Tbankslving. Nov. 27
The Orltanl and Palma clubs bare soma of tho best
curva bowlere In the country on tbelr teama
Tbs alleys of the Central Turn Vereln are being well
patrouixea ot late Good bowlara may ba met there at
Tha Spartans ara anxtoua to get on a match gama
with some club. Tbey say they can make mlooo meat
of tha Hdtllas.
CapL Ncibettof tho New York Clnb s bowling team la
doing tha best howling of any of tbe members, his at er
ases being lun. 2IU and 231
The West Bnde will roll their first match gamo this sea
son with tbe Harlem Bowling Club on the formers
alley on Tuesday eeu!ognext.
A good game was rolled hv tha Prospect Hill Bowling
Club at Hups Casino m Wedneedar, Mews. Tate anil
Schwathach making soma gn td source.
The deciding gsme bet een the Rosevllle and Jersey
City Athletic club teams ill take p aco oa the Orange
Athleiio t lub s al eyu on Friday, Dec u.
J BruasandC Zlraroer rolled a head pin gama of
fifty balls eacb on the Hpsrtan alleye yesterday after
noon. Zim uer won by the score of 4.'3 to J7&
Peter Doe ger Jr of tho Bcbnorer Club of Morrlsanla
Is an enthusiastic bowler He Is thinking of building
four al eva next 10 the brewery on Piru firth street.
On riaturrtar evening the new alleys of the Berkeley
Club Jersey t Ity Ht-lgtits. will be formally opened w tn
a match game bitween the Palma and Berkeley loams.
Oarsmen from many boat clubs of Newark are doing
a great deal of bowling this season. Tbey stale that it
Is an excellent pastime for keeping tho armslaooudt
Humor has tttbat the Jersey City Atbletlo Clnb will
win tho Amateur Bowling Aesoclatfon Laagua pennant
this season, aa tbey roll up scores ot l,7ou and over In
Adolph Willi the Bacretary ot tha United Bowling
ClubL haa given np tbo duties ot that effloa to take a
more active part tn the tournament, Ue te amemberof
tbe Doppal Klcbea
A good game may be looked for thle evening between
the Century and otuntaer Bowling Clube of tba Jersey
City Amatenr Bowling League. Tho ooutest will take
place on lho attrre alleys.
The prlra which haa bsen ofTersd by the Kings County
Wheelmen a "owllng I lub to the man making the high
est at erase over the best scora of last month la bringing
forth some high scorea
Great efforts ara being made by the membera of the
Buxtcbude Bowling Club to beat the oooreof 252uiad
by Hose a w eek agn but as yet tney have succeeded In
getting no nearer to his srore thau Jni.
A meeting of the captains ot each club entering the
Bloomliig,taIe Turn VVrein s tournament win be held at
017 Blghtl) avenue on Wednesday evening next tudraw
for their numbers tn.boHilug Ihe tournameut will
open on Dec. 4.
The two yoinneit clubs In the Wheelmen s Bowling
League tha Brooklyne and Clllrcne, will open tbelr
tournament on Ilea i. from the manner In whloh the
Brooklyn team is boating they will make a close tigni
for one of the prlzce offered
On Saturday, Nov m the rotnrn match wae played
between the Sew tork Consollatel Kxcbatico und
Brown Brothers A Co., resulting as ibe rlrst In a vie
tory for the former by 142 pi s Bcore New York Con
olldaled l-xclialigo l,512 f'rown Brothere A Co, 1 370.
The Mght Owls had a Jolly time on Wedne.day even
Ing una presented tholr riecretarr 8am Pearson and
Treasurer Joe Moa with elogaut gold mounted um ret
!"-. Anio.nv Hielr guests ivere President of itn Baso
Ball Cranks Nick Bngsl. George Gora, John Kayscr.
Charles White and many others
Owing to the Inconvenience of the night trains to .Sen
York, on the Itaiid Transit Usllrnal the Amateur
League hesitated about admitting tho fctaten Island Ath
leiio 1 luo. M 1 oie. oerretary of the Bowling Commit
tee of the ti. I. A C, Induced tbe road to ohunge us
sctielnle and the train former!) leavtug Ilvlngston at
lotlft p. M. now leaves at 10 3. giving the New Jersey
clube ample lime to catch tbelr trains.
TheTrorpect Wheelmen Intend to bold a clnb run to
Tarrrtown and Vonkers to morrow
The obstaile parly of the Brooklyn Bleyrle Club
proved a great success First prize waa won by Dr.
Theatlemptnf Messrs Welle and Pa tor to break the
LanoMshlro taudem record has beealndennltely post
poned. Alhsrt Beers will ondonbtelly secure the Adems
mileage medal but Brooklyn wheelmen are exceeding.
It anxious tb kna who will capture lbs CycUis' Unlou
of Long Island inedaL
The niverslde Wheelmen ara of tbs opinion IhaUwIth
J 1 team composed ot Messra Powers. Miller, Judge, and
larker, the can hold their own on the road with any
oflhNe York cluba
Conrtderab a monev will change hands on the reeult
of tbe tandem race between leen and Chamberlain of
tha West Knd Club and Brtukerand Mllleycf tbe Buffalo
Club, on Nov 2d
Tbe entries for tha two and tenmlla races of the Man
hattan Bicycle Club ctoted on Tnursday A large list of
entries bare been received, and as lbs men bava been
in active training for tome time tbe races will ba hotly
The Bret smoker of this season was bold by the Man
hattan Bicycle Cldh at tbelr club bouse 26 West Bsv.
entletb street, on Wedneeday eveulng A Isrge number
ottba members and frlsnds enjoyed the clube bospltal.
Ity until a late hour
The death of B. B Frsstman was in agrealmoaaore
doe to tba strain tnoldantto ibessventy rlve-inllo road
race of the Gauetee Bloyola Club Fraatmsn com
plslnsd ot feeling ill before the race, and after riding a
great race had not tba strong lb to battle against tba
attack of typhoid fever.
Tha annual fall road race of the Ilarvard Bicycle Club
took placo on Nov 18 over the Chestnut Hill rsservnlr
course. Notwithstanding therein ssvsn rldera-Balley,
,;Dw.a, ?""? p w!.',,',i Homes. Wllitame and
bhemeia-iook part. Brown dropped out after tba 6 ret
lap Tbe distance, foor tlmss around tbe reservoir, was
oorapleted by Bat ey la 40 minutes 4 etoonde. Barron
waa second and It Uliame a good third. Ballsy was tba
cratib men. Barron and Williams ticsirlug bandleapi
ttWaod l,200yar,u respectively. mw """"l"
BIN!TER WtNS A FINE RACE.
XBB TOVNO BOH OF riBOIh DBTBAXS
FBUEDOtt ITT A OAUB FIS1SU.
Orottoa tleaela Tletd of Three.year.olde
narry rauatoe Landa a Oopd Tklogc for
JCd sDorrlaaa-rinntreea a CllnUer.
ThnnvoratTO tlirontr of roKuiara onloyod
tbe racos of the New Jerser Jockey Club at
Elizabeth yestorday, and tbe crowd In tbe bet
tinn rlna kept tho twenty-two bookmakers
comfortably employed. Tbo weather waa olear
and cool, bnt tho track was mnddr and hold
inn;. Favorites won, with tho eiocptlon of Ed
Oorrloan's Harry Fanstut, tha eeldlne belos
third obolce nt 4 to 1 njralntt in a Held ofolsht.
SoCorrlsan landed his ttood thine at last,
Dwrer Brothers captured two races, ono with
their two-rear-old colt br Vlrell, latelr named
Printer, and formerlr known aa tha Began
colt. Tbo other waa won by Oregon, favorito
In tbe raco for three-year-olds.
Tho crowd exporloncod a eonsatlon In tho
fourth raco. when O. W. Cook stumbled and
foil at tbo bend to the far turn, rolling on Do
long, his rider. Tho horso was Ip tbe load at
the time, and might have won but for tho mis
bap. Dolong escaped with a bruised hip, and
will probnblr bo ablo to rids to-day. Thohoree
was not Injured. Dolong was eogaged to ride
Martin llussoll In tho following roco, and when,
a siablo boy was substituted the odds dropped
Irom 8 to 0 to 6 to 1. When tbo judges wero In
formed of this eudden obange In tbo betting
tboy ordered that a jockey should rldo tho
horso. Sodon was then solooted to ride, and
tho rates wont up 2 to 1 against. Martin Rus
sell eamo In third.
the rinsT nAca
Printer was tho fmorlto for the oponlngdash
at tbroo-qunrtors of a mile 'at oven money,
Freodom having tho cocond call at 7 to 6,
with Winona third obolco at 3H lo 1. Freedom
ami Printer mado an oxcellont raco. Moscr
Fpndlng Freedom to the tiont at tbo start,
Printer (formorly tbo llpgan colt) rcaclilng
rroedoms neck at a quartor. The pair ran In
tblsshapotntbelnat half lurlont;, when Printer
forged bib head In front In a game llntsb, and
Wnn by a noclf. Winona eamo in third, four
lengths behind Freedom.
Pursefooo, of which !!) to second and $50 lo third,
for maidens ot all agee three-quartero of a mile.
Dwyer Bros ' b e. 1'rlntsr, A by Virgil Best an, 103
0. 11 Post a b. g Praed m. M17 (Moaer) 3
U, Hoots, Jreoh. m Winona. t 114 (ewmerer) 3
Itepartae, Daloshlre Iisa and Warsaw also ran.
Time, 1 JIM.
Tost netting Even money Pi Inter, against Freedom,
7 to 3 tnona. 7 10 1 1 Daloshlre Lass and Bepartee, 90
to 1 each, Warsaw, 3 J to I.
THE SECOND BACE.
Tho bulk of tho monoy bet in tho second
daBU wsalaldonchll hers leant 2 to 1 on, Llk
ton having a strong following at 3 to 1 ngalnet.
Lambloy bout Civil HotTito out from uneven
start in tbo 01 enlng furlong. At tbo quarter
Chll Sonico lod lho lie Ul by it length and a
half, nnd hold tlio track to tbo finish without a
challenge, winning by a length from Ukton,
Cortbtud a poor third.
Puree Sft of which $75 to second and $25 to third,
for twe-j car-olds; selling allowances, three-quarters of
W o Daly a b 0. Civil Service, by Reform BonneUa,
Castle r-tabie ch. 0. Elkton, B6 (French)- a
Dwyer Bros 'br g Cortland, DOHOankueian) 3
Owen uoldeo also ran.
Pott Hettlng-Five to 3 on t Ivtl Service. Against Elk
ton, Slol, Cortland and Owen Uoldon. B to f each.
TOE IHIIu BACE,
Eight started la tbe scramble of five furlongs,
tbo publlo Packing Arab at 8 to S. Adolph going
as second ihmca at 3 to 1. while tbe talent
Plated Ham Faustun, with Delong up. at 1 to
1. Dolong bumped Harry Fnusius out from
tbe bturt and wasnetor bended. Hurry Faus
tus winning well In band by thieo lengths Irom
J.orrls. Tbo favotito, Arab, came In third at
IpreellOu, of which $75 to eecond and $25 to third,
for all ages selling allowances live-eighths ot a mile.
ii.Cortlgano ch. g Harry 1 Justus, 4. by Faustus
Mollle Hates Urt (Delniti) 1
R Bradley sob. f.LorrU 4 fw Uonee) a
G Forbes s 11. a Arab 8.103(8oden) 3
Kicheiieu Blmstone, Wanderer IL, Adolph, and Cam
byses also ran.
. . Time I OS.
Poet bettlng-Agalntt Arao, 8 to 8. Adolph 3 to I;
Harry taurine. 4 to It Wanderer II , 7 to 1: Blmstone,
Blchelleu, Cambyses, and Lorrla 15 to 1 each.
THE FOURTH BACK.
Thoro wax little botting In tbo fourth dash,
Huntress being a strain.' favorite at 3 to 1 on.
Iiatiersby nnd 0. W. Cook going at 6 to 1
agalnt each, with Bill llurnes Hie outsider at
16 to 1. Huntrene headed tbe group at flag
full, but llattersby beaded tlie fatoriie, leiul
lug by two lenutbs at tbe quarter. O. W. L'oplt
fell at tbo bend to tbo far turn, and Battorsbr
looked like a winner at throe quarters, of a
mile, but Huntret-H eamo away In tho last hall
fuilong. winning by two lengths from Hat
terbbi, - Purse won. of which $10 1 to second and $50 to third,
for bejien horees, six aud a half turlouga
Lhteaifo btabloa ch f lluntre.s. 4. by Springbok
rdltlt II2(U Covington). 1
B Collins s br. h. Battersby 5 108 (Bergen) !
J. e. Mclionald s b. 0. Bill Barnes 8. loi (boden) 3
G. W, Cook also ran.
. Time, I no.
Poet Betting Fire to 2 on Huntress: against O. W.
Cook and Batterebr, 5 to I each Bill Barnes, 15 to 1
the viirn race.
Tho Dwyers and others backed Oregon for
tho fifth dash at (5 to5ngalnBt Martin Runsoll,
who opened at 3 to 1 with a stable boy up,
dropping to 2 to 1 wllliHocUui In tlie saddlo 'tbo
change of rldorn bolng made on tho itnlge
ordorlng thin a jockey rldo tlie colL Manola wits
the ilmt to eot tho tmoo, Oregon running t tlto
(lily's neok to the three-quurter pole, where bo
began milking his run llorgen, getting tho
best of tbe driving flnlob. landed Otegon win
ner by a good length from Manola. Martin
Purse Slim, of which $71 tn eecond and $25 10 third,
for three year olds tbat have not won a atako race, aix
aud a half rurlonga.
Dwar liroa ch c Oregon, by OnondagaSkyllght,
110 (Bergen) . . .... "... 1
J. E McDonald sch f Manola 107 (G Covington). ..2
n. Lewis sob c Martin Bus eiL n (Soden) 3
Be-echo, Glory, and ileien McGregor colt also ran.
Time I -'H
Poet Bettlng-Agalntt Oregon. OtoS; Martin RusselL
2tot Manola 21 to I ulory. IS to 1, Be echo. 20 to I.
and Helen McGregor colt, 40 to I.
THE BtZTII RACE.
Wheeler T at 0 to 6 against, and Golden Keel,
nt 2 to 1, carried moatlof the money for tho lust
dash at a mile, liarrlster having a fair support
at 7 to 1 as third choice. Glenmotind was the
first tn take tho tratk. leading Golden Heel a
lengib and a bnlf at the qunrtor. Ooldon Iteel,
Glenmound nnd Wboeler T. turned luto tho
homestretch In oloso order, the bot brush last
ing to tbo finish. Golden Heel crossing the lino
winner, lappod to tho itirtn by Whoolor T,,
aienmouuu it closo third.
Handicap, purse tsio, of which $100 to second, for all
ages one ml e
1 xcaislor Manle s b f. Golden Reel, 4, by Spendthrift
Janet. lin(Moer) . . 1
Chicago Blablua br c. Uhsaler T.4,I02(G Coving.
ton) ... ,3
W.c, Daly's b g Glenmound 5. looilambley) , j
ht. taientlue, Brato, Bohemian Barrister, and Iot
Guilty also ran.
Post Balling Aralnst Wheeler T,0 tons Golden Reel,
2 to 1, Barrister 7 to It l!rao and Glenmound, e to 1
earh, Bohemian, 15 to 1, at, taientlue, 20 to I, and Not
i.ullty, 4U tu 1.
OU1SIVU1IS' DAY AT VLU'XOy.
Favorites HlHitclitered All Alone tho Line
fjpeelulty t Ina tue Ilundlcup.
Although tho crtrrt olleit'd at Clifton yes
tordity was a IJght ono In point of numbors, tho
crowd present look a gieat intorost in tho
racing, and botting was brisk. One notlcoable
foature of tho day was tho ttrolchedway In
which Fonny rodo Clay Stockton, who was
mado a heavy fatorlto for tbe Journal Handi
cap. A. Covinc'on pilolod two winners borne
In good shupo. Tbo track was heavy and hold
ing Tha bookmakets returned home with
their pockets woll lilled. as the tuorites wero
THE FIRST HACK,
Pnrse $Jno, for ell agee, selllug allowances; one mile
and u sixteenth.
C. Hillings a b. g Count Luna, r by King Ban
Trariau, U8(Flynu) .. 1
r XLOlsior Mable a ob. g 6am D , 8 107 (Thompson)..,. J
XI T Dmivanacb. a Beluod. 4. 108 (Murray). 3
Belmout also ran.
Time 1 53M.
Won easily by two longths, a Isngtb and a half be
tween second and ttnr t
Post Ueltlng-Against Count Lnna. 8 to t; Sam tX,
place, II loo. MuiuaU-UI.JO $0.15. $785.
THE SECOND BARE. UK)
Tureo $200. for fillies snd mares, non winning and
I eaten allowances ,1 11 1 1
Hanover Htauie s ch f Vivid, a, by King Alfonso
tlssu, 110 (Mini). , . . . 1
J II Mot'ormlcksb f. She, 8 HMnlnnott) . . 2
Auuurndalo ntabls t ch m. Gfalsca, 5, 113 (Tompkins). 3
Time I 47
Won easily by eight leugtbs, fonr lsnrtha between
serond and third
Poei Betting-A gainst Vivid, 4 to 1 ( no place betting,
Mutuala-$1 l.uo, $2.81 $J8
THE TllfKD BACE.
Purse $300. for thrso-year olds aud upward sslllug
allowances seven aud a lair f urlouge.
r. McMahouaeh g Brier, u, by Bramble-Qoarteltt,
W(A I ovlngton),, ,1
It Dwrer s b. o J J O'B, 4, loi (Clayton) 3
T. B. Doswell's U g. Sestlrk. 5, H3 (J tribel a
Amos, Bay JUdga, and Bulls Bye also ran.
.. .. . . . TU,' ''Wa.
won by a bead, five length between second and third.
Post Betting Agalnat brier wto 2; J, J OB, place.
Stolon. Muluels-tU 05.lt A W.05. -
The Jonrnal Handicap; purse tsno, for threeyear
olds and upward, one tulle and asuteenth
V MP.oj.rssb t Ppeclaliy, 4, by Sensatlcn-MIn
me Mr 01 fifoacn) ,. 1
I). A. Ilonlgscli. g ali no, a. lot (A. MoCartbyk .. 3
T. It Doswa la ch f Wild Cherry 3, lU'i(blms) ,, 3
an aud Clay Stockton also ran.
.. . . T,ni, I'.
Wahoo made play at the etart followed by Wild Cher
ry aud Clar btockton At the eland IVahoo was leadlng
a bead from Llay Stockton, who waa a length In Iront
f Van. hPCbanftulatiiiioalUoBitvoki!lacte;oiui4
the apper tern and alone toe tae etretaa. WabolS
aroena the lower torn frem CUy . ljekJotk . wttb Jre.
c laity pen. WahooeonUnusdlnthe lead nntll vrttBln
hair a Forlong of hone where especially strew on, and
stating tha longest won. after a good race, by a length,
III lengths between second end third.
rest Battlnr against Soeetalty, 8 toll Was CO. place,
PoreeHoo. for four-year-olds and npwardi one mill
thfcagnMrbfa'ab. g Macbeth It. 4. by Maeduff-Ag.
nsi87(A Covington) ...... . i,,,i:, I
Western Union Stable's o. n. BootwynN 5. 107 itn jj
D.'aT UonVg'a eK.'t Vy'6'wn."4, 04 ilciaytonV-i'.Io!!',.! 3
Clove also ran. , ,
Won by fonr length, are lengths between second and
Post Betltnr-Agalnst Macbeth IL, 3 te llltanbeyne,
p!ae 3 to 1 on. M otuais paid $1 1.B3. W.1&. $3.to.
rune $.V waiter handicap for all agtis six and
tialf rurlonga , . , ...
McMahon A Co 'a br. 0. Garrison, 9, byAttlla-The
Bnuaw, 1.11 (Garrison) .!".." I
II Barrett'ebr 0. Jack Bcse 3, l IK. Barrett) 2
J. Allen's Ug Jim Murphy, n, 124 (Church) 3
Oeodburn aod Bob FJ.hcr also ran.
Time 1 20)4. ..,.,,
Won by a neck, six length! between second and third.
root Betting-Agalnat Garrison, ft to Si Jaok Jtoio.
place, 2 to 1 on. Mutuaia-a7U, $2.81, $2.00.
Eatrlea (br Cllftoa.
Frobablo Btarters and weights at Clifton to
First Race Porta $300 selling! mile and a furlong.
Vlctrli. nut Wild Cherry I'Ot Jennie MoParland. liut
Vaa 97t Hermitage. WiGroomsman, 91 Lotion iS
Beeond Bece-I nre $3it for m.lden two year-oldit
rive furlonga Flutter colt. I0, Ualerloo, lias; ellola
colt, lti Lady Agnee, icxji taustlna. In5 Ban Lnaele,
1051 Bhakespeara. D8 Atuttralana, U8 Grand Mistake,
Third Raee-Porse 1800. for all ageai welter weights!
seillnir allowances! two and a quarter miles Falcon,
12): Ten Booker. Il7i llrac-a-Ilsn, lint Elgin, lint
Banbrldga. 1071 Compensaiton. HGi Sam Brown, 1U7
Pegasus, 107t Broadhead, IU71 Blare, l(t Gen. Gor
don 105, .
tourtb Race Tbe Star Itanllcap; pnrse $500.' seven
and a bait furlongs Carnegie, 115) kaloolah, 118)
Ovid. 1091 Swift, lOH; Deception, 108. Uramerry. 01.
ritth Race Pnrse $-100 one mile. Hparling. 113:
Supervisor. 110; Ariel. 110 Carrie u, 107: Gounod. 104;
Kink ton tlvld. Iti4i Mattle Looram 1011J. J. O'a.
lost Woodi urn lot ; Bnuvenir K. My Own. mi
Flstb Baca Puree MU tor all aces, six and a halt
furlongs, iiaptilin, lint little Minch, 110: Mulligan,
105, Kitty Tease, 105; Theora, 105; firefly. 105.
Xatrlea for Quttcnburc.
Tho Hudson County Jookcy Club an
nounces tho following probablo starters for to
Urst Hace-Pnrae$300, selling, three quarters mile.
Lomax. Ha) pounds; lletch Taylor ltrt Lemon Blossom,
ltsi BigBroviiiJur. ttui Oarsman. t9; Hot 8cotcn.P4;
Skip, t": BorJer Minstrel, bs, Artless, 80, Topeka, WJ;
Little Fred, mi; Fn I reil 3
fcecond Race-Purse $3.iQ for two year olds' three,
quarters or a mile. Pilgrim. U5pountle. last Time. 112.
Austrlette. lot Frederick L, too, Bpendorr, U7i Gipsy
flily. ii7. 1 oxlngton, t7.
Third Race 1 urea $.00; selling; one mile Wynwood,
liOpounds, ttandermenL 112, igllaut, Iii7,l-esius, lot;
Glosirr 101; Stephanie 103; Boony Lass, 1U1, Suitor,
luit Garwood, m.
Fourth Rsce Purse $on, forallages 1 pounds below
scale one mile. Olendale, 111. Ot arantve, 118, Now
or Never 113, llatto no, llaarst H'4, itancocaa. 7
rifth Race Purse $'i' for ail agee seven furlongs.
Bradford 118, Heetrlcllr, 115, Ocean, 115, earn
Morse no Issaquena rlllv, 87
Slstb Rare-Purse $J0i selling! mile and a six
teenth. Hotbwell 122. Tyrone 121, Wayward. 118.
Touts, 117; Banker, 110; Ben B, 111, Jerr);uo
The nival Kace Trucke.
Itooontly efforts havo been mado to pre
vent clashing of dates between the rival
tracks in Now Jersey. Mr. J. C. Carr,
Chairman of tho Executive Commlttoo
of tbo Hudson County Jockov Club, conforred
with Michael Dwyer, President of tho New Jor
rey Jockey Club, yesterday, and It was agreed
that Quttenburg would not race in opposition
to Llbniioih. Mr. Lugemanofthet'Ilfton track,
vislled Mr.MlehROl Dwyeron Thursday even
ing. Mr. Dwyer proposed tbat Clifton and Gut
tsnbtirg olose their gates for two weeks so tbat
tho New Jereey Club could have tbe Held to It
self for that time, after wblch It would rotiro
for the winter. Mr. lngoman refused to con
sont to tbe proposition. Mr. Dwyer tbon pro-
fosed tbat Mr. Lnueman tako tnoueoksand
ben lento tho field to Elizabeth and Uutten
burg. Mr. Engeman deollnod the offer, and so
tho war coos on.
Baclnc at nirmtachata.
BiEMrsanAM. Nov. 22. Tho track was In good
coodltlon for racing to-day tho weather clear, and the
First Race Three-quarters of a mile, selling, for two
year-olds, purse V223. kenllworth, C to 5. won, Arralll,
S to 2. second Morse third Tlmo 1 2IH4.
fifiscond Bare tna tulle, haniJlcap. for all ages;
Lauysrs btakee. C5oo added money, flcsi to seouud,
$50 to third. Blarney btone Jr, .1 to 5 won. Cashier, 4
to 1 second, D)er 5 to I third. Tluie, I 47M
Third Race eeven eighths of a mile selling, puree
822V Vattell. 21 10 1, won; PeU Mell. 6 to5, second,
Buckler third. Time, I 3J
Fourth Raee One mile tor three year olds Brewery
and haloon Stakes. $.00 added money $1111 to second.
m 10 third. Moulta llarly. 10 t, won Vermont, 4 to
1, second, Pantalctte third. Time, 1.4t?.
AEira rnoM tub uuiisb wobld.
Bod Franois, the promising light-weight
Jockey, will ride for George liankins of Chicago
Enterpnso, tho winner of tho English Two
Thousand Guineas In 1887, has been 6old by
Douglas llalrd to W, Gardiner of England for
Klvatry at New Jersoy'a winter race trnolts is
a hart est for owner-i ot race uon-es. Clifton
announces that entries will be free after this
week, thus falling into line with Elizabeth and
.Tho Torre Haute Trotting Association, on
Nov. 18, reflected W. V. Ijams, one of the
owners of Ax. oil. President, and decided
unnnimousli to ullow uo gambling devices
bereufter at any meeting 01 tbe association.
This rule not to apply to pool selling.
Mr. J. P. Gilbert, who has charge of Mr.
lloclcafeller's horses, aud droco Independence
and Cieora to tholr reoord of 2:10., savH that If
ho could bate got a sultublo mate lor Inde
pendence he could hato made a record with
such a loam aa fast as 2.12. In bis opinion In
dependence bus no equal as a nolo horso.
Ihethroe-yoar-old Lillian Wilkes. 2-17K. by
Guy Wilkes 2.15H, dam by X,anglonl, is tbo
fat-test trotter of the soar nhlchhad no record
in 2:SU or bettor previous to Jan. 1. l'red
Arthur, a flvo-yoar-old son o' llelmont and
Oypsy. by lllue Hull, Is tbo fiiBtest gieen pacor.
Ills record ix 2 1S, mnde on n bnlf nillo truck.
Ho made a long campaign and It is likely tbat
WtlAtt Ht IllR liAr llA 1 nilltl llMVA mu,l a ntti.li
when ut bis lost be inulii hae mado a much
faster tecoid on a mile track. Toward tho lust
of tbo season the bard nork seemed 10 tell on
him, and bo ell oil greatly in tho uuality of his
, Examplos of closo inbreeding wblch have
been successful this year aro Ichl llan. 2.29,
whoso slro and dam wore both by Alexander's
Abdullah : 1 lora liolle.2:24. aud Wallula, 'ivaii.
throe-year-old, whot-e alios and dams wero by
Almont; Annie Dickinson. 2:1U., und Queen
MlkoK, 2'2U)a, three-) cur-olds, whoso slros and
dams wero hogotten py Ueorgo Wilkes. Egbert.
the greatest producing slreot the toiison, Is
nlsot-trongly iubrod. His slro was llisdyk'B
liumbleloulan. ills dam. C'umplnwn. vtna by
Mossenger Duroc, i-on or ltyBclyka llnmble
lonlun and Ciniptonn's dnui ttae bv tho lior
bort Colt, auotboi sou of JIumblotuulan.
Vouner-Jum mil. s
Gou. lloblnson, l'rcbldont of tho Kentucky
Afsoclaiion, nropo-cs tho establishment of a
now stitko to be culled tho Kentucky Jack 1'ot
btako, for throo-ieiti-olda and oter, to bo run
ott-ry spring nnr the tinea Kentucky courhoi,
Lexington, Louisvlllo and l.utonm, in tbo
order ol tbo dittos of tbelr metilltics. 'ihoro
aro lobe thiee ratOH lor tbo I'ot at imo nnd an
olahth, one aud a (juurtor. and one nnd it half
miles: one ruce ut e.icli tincL, fly the tonus of
tbo Hiaka tho Jut k i'ot. If not won by ono horso
In a slnglo year, may ia a norlos of iouih
amount to agte.it doul of monoy und beci uie
one of the groat Biukcs of tho country. Gou.
lb'blnstiti will mi bin It his proposition to the
other clubs, and upon their ittcoptanco lho
stake and Its conditions will bo gitontotho
Tho old and vnlunblo brood mato Nell, which
recently died In Wiiflilngloirtlllo. N. i., wa Ilia
(1 11 111 01 mtiuy nell-knowu notion) ril'o was
btod In IboH, her dnm I olng tho W oiling inure,
and her slro ltysdyk'ti gieot linmbletonliin.
lho most uolod of IterollBiiring uro lialenian.
who has a record or 2 22, and is now owned in
Cttlliornia; 1 lotonco, owntd by It, H. eoclt of
the Indian Hill stock farm in hontucky, nnd
who Is tbo gritnddaiii of i:pauletle, who bus
been sold for $2,2. Out), nnd haa a record of 2:1U:
Ilurglur. with a record ol 2;24, j (Jambottii. the
sire of olraor, who In owned by ti. 1). Klttrldgo
of l'ookskill, niul hns 11 record of 2 :2t); Vir
ginia, who wns tiiircbiibo 1 b Houjamln I'.
Tracy and sold at Ills sale for $l,i)00 It Is ul-o
Buld that hell'a g antldatigbtor, rnniiiletia'a
nrrspring, hits rottlled for her owner, Mr.
oecb of Kentuck), ubout t!15.noo. Noll bad In
all ten coltB. halng foaled tho last one In 1B81.
All ot thorn btno been bpeody.
neprta Hosmer is still confined tn his house In Boston
and It Is said It will be many weeks befure ha win be
able to gel to work. Ilia place ttli Ibe "Dark Secret"
company lias beet fine 1 by f.ed llanlan llootner's
many friends and admlraro 111 Boston are now planning
to giro hlui a benetlt ball In Horticultural Hall In about
The Ilarvard College oarsmsn are going Into rowing
entity never did before aud with the completion of
their new boat hause rowing win rarelvo still more
attention from tne eludents Ibey hate done mora
rowing on tliecharlii Itlver this full than eter I elore.
the t arslty having one ctew still 1 racilsliij regularly,
while a few men are roalng cfuliy in nfrp. 1 apt
Derrick feele that p enty of practice la tho mi y tiling
In make first cU osisnien, and he Is di Irrmined to
glvs his crews all iha practice posiible. ritere will be
four new men in the boat Tbe stroke will be about the
same as tbat of lait year, except that tha shoot is
SbJPPIc Liver Complaints
SAVED FROM THE HRE, '
TM.OOO Worth or File Clothlnjr, '
Kearly $75(1, UjO worth of Una hlgb-grade clothing wsi
saved and the stock haa been removed to tbe large
building 76 Broadway, between nth and eih streets.
Tbls urea! rlre Insurance bale waa opened yesterday,
and Ilia crowd waa so rrsat hnndrede were turn,' I
awar unable to get near the entrance to tha large rlt
atory doub a building at 7.3 Broadway, between Ma J
and eth streets. This Immense building has been rerun
ipressty for tha purpose ot thlaUreat lire Incurable
Bala. Bvaryiblng Willie sold at retail no per cent -
than actual cost, aa It Is ordered tbat tha entire sto, a
must be closed out within eeveu day a The stock con.
elete nf the Onset quality ot blirt grade I lothlng r r
Men and Bora, saved from the nra. The appraiser r f
the Insurance company, after caretnlly examining ma
stork or Clothing, conrloced tha same was not so tn r
damng-d as claimed by the asenred eloiblng manuc
tnrers and falling to agree aa to actual lose we -s
forced to take the slock and turn It Into money, an t me
goods must ba sold at once In order to make a final 1
ilemenuastbs sale will only laat seven days at i5 '
Broadway, between fth and 8th streets, newort.
In order to show wbat glgantlo bargains will he oflcri
a few prices ara mentioned. Cut this out bring it tb i
von, anil ask for the following mentioned artici i I
Men's Elegant Beaver Overcoats, frAHft, worth $IU Tins J
$2.e5 overcoat la well made nne quality, heavy cloth. "
latest style, and guaranteed worth tie. This 1185 over
coat wa allow you to kesp home four date, ir yon don t (1
think It wortb flu, or ir you ara not eatlsned with It no
matter what tbe eauia. If not aeiled, we hereby bind H
rurselvcs and agree 10 return the fJ.B-V Bensfcxtra J.
Vine Rlrslan Beaver nverooata $VfJO, guaraateed i
worth all. Also, ultra One corkscrews, silk and s.tln it
lined, and over $10 txu different styles of Overcoaia ft
equally at cheap. We oner an elegant pair of Men a
Winter Pants for Bit cents, guaranteed worth $5 or
money returned A splendltT eult of Men's Witter 1
Clolhea $c',5. very handsome and guaranteed wortb r
$15 t a allow yon to keep tbe suit borne four daya ant
If yon don't think It is worth $1 we hereby agree and
bind oursslvea 10 return tne $3.75 kisne ostra line 1
qntilty nulla V1.v tailor made, elegantly trimmed, I
and worth $2V High-grade roods, meaning equal te
tha finest qtislltyeuftom tailor work in all styles-1 rlnce
Alberta t ntawara and -acks. and over 4uotwdlflernt
kinds of soits, si k ana aatln linsd, of finest quality.
All must go, regardless nf coat er quality. Fine bisVy
tlndarablria and Prawera, SO canta worth $it and 1
Kicuo different other goods we have not epace te
mention here Don t fall to call and examine goods ant '
prices at this great lira Inmranee bale at retail 11 t,
costa nothing in call In and Judge for yonreelf. and yon I
will find that the above are positive facta. A ohanoo ti
get ouch bargains occurs only ones In a lifetimes Be
member tha address. 785 Broadway, betweeafinand dta
streets, .Newiork. Dnrlng this greet tire Irmrance
Bale the salesroom will ba open until 8 o elookt at gjgbt
1 ii 1
AUUKQ TUB ATBLBTBaMv
Valuable Prices ltr Auatear Boxen.
The Manhattan Atbletlo Club will bclrS no
further athletic entertainments until after Ibe union
boxing cbamplonshln, for tber llndjt wellugk Impos
sible to pruoure first-class boxing talent Just noytna
prominent amateort being all in training and oninillng
to expose their form. But after the championship's the
Manhattans will hold a series of meetings that vrlll at.
tract tbe cream of tbe talent to their oiub bonsa. The
fiianletogiveaooLnplelaclaaa competition eaob even
og, as, for Instance to finish the bantama one evening,
and at tbe next entertainment give tbe feather weights.
That they Intend to have tbe most clever of perfermera K
In each dare la shown by tbe value of the prixaaTlie
winner ot each olaas wilt receive a trophy vedoeu at
$ttst, wblla tbe aecond best man will have to be oentent -
with s prire Interspersed between the acsWteur
bouts will be occasional eet tos by profeeeionalB.fcfbese
meetings win ba held every montb during tho whiter, ,
alternating with mnslcalea and ether social oreQtf. '
Goaalp oTHoorte with Arms send !:.
TI ere are no tass tban eleven cross country rnns an.
nounce 1 to be bold lo this vlolnlty on TbanksglvlnVlay.
Batty IVelUin of tha Clinton Athletic Club la lntjcam
lnc fur the Btar Atbletlo Club'a tournament on tin. 30.
Tha Young Hen's Christian Athletic Association ot
Jersey City wtu bold a hare and bound chase on TMpks
Civing Day. R .
The annual meeting of the Uanbattaa1 Athletli Oub .
win be held on Honoey. Deo D, when a sscrstary. first '
lieutenant second lieutenant, and aix trustees WW be
Jim Robinson, the Princeton trainer, says taatsraey
and redenburgh both of whom are now QndesVtua
pbyelcal tuition, will do even time for tbe 100 yaMl.tn
tba spring $
A score of athletes belonging to the LorlUard DMaMVmr
and Athletic Asaoolation of Jersey City, have fjprnteol
themselves tntoao onilng club, aod will particlBete tn
Jaunufrom seven to elf nt miles every bundaypjiUl
an. 1. ;jy,
Johnny Walker ot tbe T. A. A. C. writes to say-wat
there la no truth In tba report tbat ba will booiJeck
Woods for a gold watch, lie has bsen UJ for aometbae.
lle also states that be would not iraperU but amfieicr 1
standing by doing so. ,A r
Those lovers ot the manly art who desire cbeloe eaata
and boxes at the coming A. A. u. boxing eharapleatntne
would do wall to apply at onoe to neoretary JaraaaK.
Sullivan. 73 I ark row. Mr Bulllvan has bat Jest opantd
fits primitive box offlee, and already the aeate areftung'
Ike hot cakes. W
Tbe amateur ohampionshlp llght-welgbt tug-cdViVar
team or the Berke'ey Atbletlo Club haa comine&eed r
training ii the gymnasium, and win defend lie title cat 1
lb- eecond annual tournament for the decision of tku
event which will be given by the Berkeley Atbietfo
Clnb during tbe Indoor season. yj
Philadelphia baa the cross-country fever badjajnd
Frank Henderson, tbe popular trainer of the Atnteuo
Club of tha Bcli uylklU Kavy, la busy aalcctlng a tcaca to
represent the (Jutker City on the cross-oouniry esrn
pionshlp. Me haven't yet found a Pay or a Lloyd," ?
aays Henderson, "but we will do our best" )
Tbe rtocbelle Harriers of New Bocbello will have a .
run on Thanksgiving Day morning. Tbe bares wul be .'
K Fagan T kmbury. and K. Abraxuson. Tbe hounds. '
acrawrork pace maker: IV. Welher. A. BUUngs. J. '
Crawford. R. Iielgar Daveau, II. Endorse T. Davis, J.
Kennedy, and Ed BUllnis. captain ot tbe bounds.
6am Cornell, the captain of tbe Manhattan Athtette
Club, will play In the rush Una on tbe newly organtwtl
Manhattan football team. Cornell baa not olayed oo 1
ball for soma years but as be baa bean taking Inctyxto- 4.
(Ion In ibe manly a of self de'enoe In the lutsrira. bis t,
lack of practice wtu not Interfere with his eneetlvaeeas.
Prof. Harry Cmlab baa Joe Golden tbe bantam
weight In training at bis stcademyoa Ktftb avenne for-,
the coming tournament at the Btar Atbletlo Ciah.
Brooklyn, Saturday evening. Nov. 80. lie also bas tbgea
pupils In training for the Amateur AthisUe Ctvou
ctiampionxhlpa next month at tbe Metropolitan opera 7 ,
House. .(ft f
Messra Mann. Boyd, and Sullivan, the thres'.ttmers i
who olcelated at the record breaking aerf ormanoaa of r?
W D. Day of tbe hew Jersey Atbletlo Olnb laat SaUr r'h
day. yesierday compUed wttb the regu atlona ot the LSTl
Amateur Atbletlo Union by riling affldavtts.wlrb, the I 7
Becretaryot the Lnlon regarding ue correctness of tbe I Y
three and four mile records. j ,.
Mr. Frank Dolan, tbe speedy runner of the Vfttyna f
Athleiio t,lub, beg a tssm of croaa-cnontry rnaners ae t y
practising usarly every evening, and be contemaiatea "
winning the handsome silk banoar which is to be pre- 'J
aentedbythe Mohican Atbletlo Oiub of itewarktetbe 1
club winning the greatest number of points in tbelr 1
cross-country run. wblcb occurs on Thanksgiving Luty.
.Vew Haven ii to bave a great two nights' athletic
meeting, about Feb 15 when the vale University Ato
fetlo Aseoctation and tbe Second Regiment Connections
B. 11 .will give a Jolur aat ot games open to all amateurs.
Oold medals will be awarded 10 rlrst and silver to sec
ond In each event tba Urst night being devoted to trials
and college and regimental events. wbUe on tbe aecond .
evening the Onal beats and competltione will be decided. J
WlUlam B. Curtis, tbe oapialn of tbe National Skating
Association, savs that there are several membera of tbe s
organization who perlodl ally exempt themaelvee from
the annual oonvo tlon- of the association, and Just aa
regularly these same partlea find fault with tbe work
done br tbe eeeoriatlon Ut therefore enggests tbat II
every member of tbe association attend the approaeh- H
Ing annual meeting, or If absent retrain from comments n
during the season
On Thursday evening of each week the athletes of the B
clnb aesemble at tha Veeper Boat Club house, at fair- V
mount Park, and an avsrage of thirty rosmbers usually
start for a ten-mile run. They ara divided Into two
Sarka a "fast" and a "alow one and tbe course Ut
ve miles along the river road to the OLrard avenue
bridge tbrougb iha West Park aud return by a different
route About six rons bare been made tbns far tbla
aeason and each one increases the popnlaiity of this
hardy and baelthfnl oport
A committee appointed by the American Atbletlo
Club have exsmlned the gymnasium ot the defunot
Brooklyn Atbletlo Asaoolation with a view topnrchaa
ing tbe building and fixtures, and removing the eamo
to the Amerloan'a grounds at lS5th street and Uailroad
avenue this city, Tbey eeenred an option on the proi.
erty. and at the next meeting of tbe club It wUI bs do.
elded whether to purchase Ihe plant or to boUd a com.
blned club house and gymnasium before eprlng
Itemember To.dity, (Haturduy, Nov. S3.
GREAT SMDIMTB CLOTDHG SILK.
Oil liKO.VHWAY AM) HOUSTON HTH
NOKTIIWEhT COR. A LI, RED HIONS.
Mve w hi.iale elotblnr housti tjTs coDiOlltlaated tbelr
urpli i.uck. vt flu ivulii aud orarcoau lor men, to;,
vna chli'ireo id will otter tUe tntlre ftiiortuient at r.
tuii al tuc un tbe doiUri Thu cotuUloeU stoclc Amosnrjt
lo ovtrr half a millioo dollara wortb of tbo very ptui
clothing ever wade lu thU country, and U willba otdai
retail tor on third end of mklDKl Too many foorta
on hand In tba reason for tbla wonderful iAcriflcik,
laniitatturri mutt hava cam Uanca tbla aacrii.ee
Thi la no hOafua bukropt oriiro aaJaof tboddr traih,
but an tionetn ia3rldre of va no by OrK-claaa, reUabF
maiiufacturera, wtio hare toada up mora olotblnf (ban
th 7 cun aa I and contequentljr olose oat tbla aur
pluB ' at an enormoua ioi for ready monoy. And tl
vt your motity buy a fa worth of olothlnul Joit look
at t'iee prlcci: Wtn'a Iloavy Woollao Horklnir Sultti,
wurth ti-'. at fa. Man a ''Ultra Onrabla" WorlW
I'unu wortb $Jfa At use: Irani Wlntar OTarooata,
worth $H ai fJ l& Man'a liaary storm Ulatam,
wortb Sift at tn.M, Boya Winter hobool bulla, worm
$1 e'xi at fL'.o.. liora' Winter PanU (ihnrt). worth 91.03,
at -He. Hoya' bthool Ovarooata, worth IUA atH 15.
Tbeatf prlcea don t raprctent tba coit of labor in
mukft.tr tUeae tzoodv. Thay are boiiett, clean mada
irartneuta. aud bear the labels of the bast maktr in
the country. There will also be sold elrffant tuilneia
and fire. anils for (rautlamsn at H.M. vi.7i and $, i
actually and honestly worth 910 and f30 So tboi
worn truck, out clean, bonait, and honorable clotblnic. j
(rood enough tor a banker to wear If wedon tshowyoq 1
eTertbuiif weadvartlae we will pay your car fare both ' r
wjiya Uamembst tbat this sale la conducted by lb ?(
lead In or wholesale manufacturera ot clotlilnc in w "J
York city, every concern represented being financially J
ra.jionslble foreary statement madelntbta adyerit
inent. libti'l hesitate, lion t ritlay. first come. Urst W
cliolce. t'omejiiideeforyoorelf atll Kroadwayau'l n
Houetonst. (Joods positively wilnot be sold to dealers
Reinaim er that bus nea men and Drofosloual men who I
ordinarily patronize hlh prloedttllora can nnd perfect a T
nttlna; gannenla here for lees than one-tenth tailors' ft
Erlcea 1 Jexant Kail Overcoat, worth flri at H73, f
upcrb I'Isiers and Cape .'oats, worth fTi. at 8A.4Q -Kvery
man and woman wl bin one hundred mllesf
of New ,ork rlty sbontd visit this unorecedented sule.
It Is honest aud fair nhuinbutf No bunco Ooruer y
Itroadwayand Houston st Make no mistake, look for i
all red sltrns-nortliweet cornrr llroadwayand Houston
st. Don t fall to call to day, Saturday Oil Uroadway,
corner Houston at.
It costs you not hlnir tn call la and Judge for yourself,
and you will find folld faota.
j of Wasliiug Clothes. j
j JUST THINK '
j No Scalding or Boiling i '
and ovory thing as sweot as I ri
if novor worn. ' f m
: Try Frank Siddalls Soap h
Next Washday. 1 '
Sold Every-where, ' H
iiii'iiiiiii lamiiHii ami iii iiaiiiimi in 1 1 i H