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I THE SUN THURSDAY AUGUST 11411890 1 8 J
r I TIlE BALL ROLLS ON
fUB AltHnlCAlf ABBOCIATIOH DECIDES
DISPUTED OAJUK8
I n e > New fork cr L Clnb Ileutt the
e J Brooklyn Trhlle the New Tork ZCBBIKI
t Team Iosea to rhllndelphln Ilvrnreai
I Men rinr > Pretty Game la Jloaton
Keeping Tel on the IlojeOoealp
TboreKaltof the games clayed la thn Na
tion nl and Players Leagues yesterday was a
follows
I folows TiE NAT XAJj LEAOUK
Philadelphia Hew York 3
Brooklyn 7 Boston 0
Cleveland 20 Ilttgburch 0
Chicago 0 Cincinnati 4
THX rULTIIls LKAQUE
1w York 6 Brooklyn 3
1 Uo ton 8 Philadelphia 7
Clovoland 13 Buffalo e
t Chicago 4 nttsbnrshi
The Neitlonul Xra
rar TtKconn
vt 1 7tL lrt I nubl iron lf Jct
atookIr fl ZI I 1 < W3 rhlcara 49 44 827
9 B 6 New York40 r 4O
Ulon fi 3 i Ol Clivt1anil3a 04 l
lldlphllM I I ooa ruuburghMlB 7J VOJ
rDnrmo N 1 I NEW TonE N r 0
It cost tbe Now York team a defeat by experi
menting with Ilurkett In tho pitchers box yes
tirday on tho Iolo runs The Philadelphia
tem won the victory In the flrst throe Innlnes I
Thor were not entitled t It at tho score shows
that the New York outplayed their opponents
It t the bat and In tho Held but when bases on
balls and disastrous wild throws are combined
It Is a 1 Tory oaey matter to tally runs llurkott
lost the came filmfelt Ho rando all the errors
committed by the Now Yorkn and both of them
cmltsd
counted In rutladolphlas favor The score
KW on 11 nIUDUA N t 1
L1LrOA ILoA
f1riIaa fO 10A 0 Ilmlo L I f1 I 2 0
fnnln to I 1 I 0 Diirkecf0 0 I 0 I
CIrt L 10 t 4 0 tray 24 b 0 g A 4 J
WhtaUr Itb0 U 0 0 3 Thonipsonr Lz 0 5 o u
1aitt 4bU U I 2 0 Clement L1 1 I I 0
IIeMIIIAL t f2 1 0 u 0 iyer 3d bO 0 2 2 0
flornflflr I fO 1 I 0 0 McUDtIy I bO I I 0 0
Vny3db0 0 I I U AIIn I o 4 I 2
ID 8ebO 1 U n 2 Ulaionp 0 0 I 1 0
IhIrTottpO 0 0 1 U
Ilrrol p Totali H i 0 5
Tol S 62 U 2
JtvYork 110000100S
1IIfli 2 I I 0 0 1 I U c
Ertid renlbIladslphIa I Irit bale on errorsNew
Tork 4 PhIlideInbIe Ifblttrl On basesNew York 7t
hIts1phtI 5 hr bu billomunr Melaulr
I
Tba IUluot CImnIL lIOleU bo
Whistler Hamilton McMillan Ihompion Sacrifice
tits Daasett llorunnr Denny flharrott forks Mayer
tiray Uleason Struck out Tlernau BasMtt Mo
Canley First base on balls on Hurkett S on Hbarrott
Bi off Oleawm I 3 lilt I br pltcherBnrke Bale on balk
Allen WIldpltcbeIttirkett 11 Bbarrotl 1 Umpire
Lynch Tlmel34 Attendance740
BHOOKLT N r 71 1 DOSTOW K r 0
BOSTON Aug 18 Brooklyn Increased her
lead In the National League by winning from I
Boston today I was a hotly contested game
but the Bostons wore squarely outplayed
Most of the game was played In the rain and
the ball was too slippery to handle cleanly
But the errors were pretty evenly divided
Brooklyn won the game by a streak of batting
in the fourth Inning when five consecutive nits
and three errors yielded live runs for the visi
tors The Bostons played very badly In the
second and fourth innings The Brooklyn
Drooklrs
score too were decidedly off In their field work The
scoreBBOOILTK
BBOOILTK L IX I IOSTOH Or uV
L1lo4Li L1sPM4L
Conma2db i o B o Long a a 1 3 3 4 1
g g 3 g 3
nnkneysdb 330 Tnoksr litbo o 0 00
turns it C f lOC SullvanLf 0 J g 0
TootaefO 1 2 0 OISrodlert0 1 I 0 0
Terry PIVO t 1 6 2 lllnes 0 1 2 1 0 I
Da7 lathI 114 0 0 McO TTMbO 0 2 2 1
SmithS13 1 0 2 I aanseiol 3030
Caruthers lf1 i 2 O 0 Bmlth 3JbO olll
g g g S g
Clark o 1352810tzInp i 1 1 S O
Tot 7 12 2 j 6 Totals 6 8241 4
Brooklyn A 1 O 8 o 0 O 0 7
Boston 0 8c
Earned rone Brooklyn 4i Botton1 Twobaas hit
Ganxel e ThrtbUe nit route onm run Hinoa
Caerlflee hits Burns Long Sullivan Brodie Smith
Boston stolen bases Long I Brodle Clark First
base on balls Fouta Bmltn Brooklyn Caruthers
Tucker Smith Boston First hast OB errors Brook
Irn 1 Don U Struck pat bUg n 3 bums 3
1 PIIol
Sullivan nines UcOarr ii Smith Boston Double
play letzeln Daniel and UcOarr raised bl
ttsndanctatr7u clark 2 Uansel 1 Time Two hours Umpire Powers
CHICAOO K L 8 1 CIXeiinuTI I t 4
CiKcmin Ang la Ueadlets work on the bases
limply gave the Chicago todajs gama The score
ciscissan ic a I COAg C 54
ICIA1
L1LIOAII L1LrosL
UePtes24bt 1 8 o llcooneysii 1 2 o a
Id
flaId I 2 5 SlcirroltlfI 2 1 t g
aafO B 20 liLaris rto 0 100
Iiotlt4aYCt0 1 1 0 Anln1U bO 010 0 0
101tar0 J AlA g OSurns 84 bQ Q 5 2 0
Seard LIO 0 0 2 II0iefla1TtD24b1 I 2 2 g
Knizhtlt 0 I 8 0 0Btln 1 1 1
Xobl
larrDalon01 I GOO Iaaal o 1 0006
luUa 11 0 0 4 OIWilmotcii I 1 0 I
Totals I i i TotsJG 7 27 i 2
0 2 I 0 0 I 0 0
I 0 0 0 0 0 1
Earned rllclnal 1 Cal Ia Trbu
biRlr lions rooCOny tln bUnLlbam
101rht Ytl Double piayIaibani ald ltelliy
Coma ald Aoon Struck ootMar Mllao 1111
lor l114C1 12 Bases on bloDar IIUan oar
roll A0n Earls Wild plch8In Fused bl
111 C21 mploKeQoalc Allndaee11
cixrxLAMD 1 54 21 riTTSsuaon 11 0
CUVXLAHD Ang IS The come team had I waliover
today The scores
CLD a t rn 514
lLoAL L
OflLLtlSlOONUlrEldbO01aO
loKe 11 3 I 8 0 Ucto ht b1 21 0 1
Smalley lid b 8 4 1 BrrertLs S 0 2 0
im0 b4 2 0 I b 0sbone 2 g I 0
PaTti cL2 I I g 0 1aroque24b2 I S 4 0
01 C 1 e 0 2 Decker a 1 2 2 0 0
Iimmsz02 g k 1 Q Lyttte cL0 1 4 0 0
Ardnsr SdbO S 2 t I 0alL a L At 1 S
f P 0 I g c bIUP r f0 0 0 u r
p IlaQnlt0 0 u 5 0 0
TotalnlO27IO 4
TIH9 I 2 1 2
0 S 2 lOT 4 2
0 0 0 0 0 0 2 9
1tr
Earned runsCleveland 7 Pittitrarfh 2 Twobus
kit Virtue Three base hlta Ztnuner Barter Osborne
Some runs HoEaan 3J West Stolen bases alike
Imallsy UBTUL ueeker IBIOI Hines out By
Totng It hy Osborne 2 Bates on palls By Toung li
Vr Osborne n Double play iiluer Laroque and
pecker fiaerloee Bits Bmallty West Ardnsr You 11
Laroqne raasedball Zlmmer I I by oar
tjuka attica Zlmmer Atteudanctooa S Ilscker Ualea Time lifA mput
The PJew La
I JI
aaa mm iiyt arcti auof mm tttt fa
f
Boston C4 bd Uadilphlv eo 44 f > 32
frookynt4 43 t61IititbuTb40 40 4 6
Ch1oob2 4 6A3TOIyelj5 38 50 438
woork80 4 43Iflsflalo25 63 214
xzw ions p zJ 0 BBOOXLTN 11 S
No two club i tho anna Btruccle harder
Sot su rmao when they meet upon the Hold
tin the Brookline and New Yorks of the
Players League There oro certain elements
i I the two teams that have never fated to pro
duce Just Bach a result Yesterday the row
York won with something to spare al
though they started off with a rush and main
talned a oneside lead until the last inntncr
Var the first time In his career as a Platen
Leajrae member hemming SII laWr
l0rkthani lie depended more upon his Il
Ma mirror than speed at the outset and
thl led to the downfall of hU team more than
anything 018 The New Yorks made live hits
nth first iDJilna including a mae lye bls
lore by Ewlnk and a I tho runs were soared rho
loreOU
law 705 c L I noun p U
s1La0II
g i o 8 A 00iWejdso 1 OiAndrews a L0 JLO 0 4 A g a 0
Conner hi j 12 0 Oikuer 24 ts0 YI I a I
lbldtf I 1 2 S OiOr 11 b 1 10 0 0
6lallY sf S 8 0 OiWcdsaoby L I 11 I 0 0 0
JnlSnstoat0 0 5 0 0 Sloda 0 0 0 8
WUIDT54b0 I 2 2 lIJoyoo4 bO 1 I 1 0
MtSlSaiO l 0 2 11 0IIIn1low 2 0 0 2
8 g g g
pg g 1 g
o 0 0 3 ojllusmiogpo 0 1 2 0
Tot t 2 i sotioiooo Totali8627
Itookit 0000001023
Barced runsNew Tort 41 Erooklro 1 First base on
strorsKtw York Si 1 Brooklyn I left on bassiMsw
York 8 Brooklyn u rust base on balle I By Hem
Rlag 4 Struck out Orr Klnslow Hemming Ksefs U
stfield Whltnsy Home run Ewlng Thrtt base l
cwiog Kinilow Joyce Twobase hilt Klcslow
MeQeachy Uacrlnce hits Ewlng Connor Blattery
Jptmston Orr Jovce Htolen basesUore 2 lilt by
21 ll
ltcber8unday J Double plavsKeefe Richardson
aid Connori Ward Bauer and Orr Tlml Dm
HIMt Iron and llolberL Atteadanoe 2t
cels000 C r 54 41 rimscacn Cr LI 2
ItUO Alr 13Th Chleu lnt a close ud cx
lr ram frm tb JIbunt today The eorl ae
CSICAGO or 0 I tIU P 5
M1apoal IILrO4L
1 8 0 0 rll 2 2 1 AL
0 I 2 2 8 01 lnr J 5 3 I I
Inl
1 Inaa I I a 0 0 1UeIlb1 35 0 I
rt Ir IsbO 0 II I OlCorcoran a 5 0 al a I
a i after 24 bo I 2 I 1 KIhood 1 I 1 0
rPleo I 0 7 I 0 lnlon c fO 0 0 0
Clamt 8 A 2 0 0 oibobiflaoay4Q 0 2 T g
B 18
5etlin s s0 I I 4 Olquinn c 0 0 0
a aldwtn o A A 2 oltitaisy g g f 8
louts Totals ij
i TOll 2 i
VIIICCri I 0 CI 0 0 0 1 I 0 24
2
Plttsbvrg o 0 0 U 0 0 02
h4 rCbleao 2 1llbrrh y Two bu
kits IulTy llamon 1 INell 1br baa Ills
kj555 ll i orooran Kecrllloe hits o Nell Darling Bssllan
fsoiu rimer lieclley Corcoran Oulnn In
1l45 lh leL t n Slr
iS11 > t A Miner Uoubls play
r IIOn Lfran a4 BtL Ba 00 j Jay
11 liner hl Qulo laloo 10blooo
Breck oOIlo j Ilulan aj lal41 tn Corcoran
Ebluss5 uutna Wild PllhDIn Left on bases
iflfago Hi HlUbtrgli II Time1M Cmplis
IIB4 and Jo aa Attsttaanoe Tmol Implo
01 sun e VX 121 > r > A Or 1 L eX
51555535 I r 21lIsts k aM Utkll tat
j
th Cnllllpoandd tb bal while b wu kiekisog
Tbllplrll was a farce The score i
CLIU e LI IIflALO C 14
LILoAL DALa
rownln I fl 8 1 0 olr e I I 2 a o
rlnl lbALs3 s 2 3 0 I MAt 1 I 1 I
t wlOI 0 hf 8 2 3 0 Twitolseil I I t 0 I I I 0
g1 A A I g
Larkipi Sat bI 21 I 0 YIsldb I 0 0 8 0
Tba 8d b1 1 1 8 0 lalr rf3 I 1 0 0
llcAir I o t 2 I 0 0 Kowe 5 I I 2 2 5
t5irkrL2t 8 7 2 YshIle al rb I U i 2
Itadtourtiu I g 0 l lick IS b0 I 0 f 3
lIrlu 0 1 Ii Fasts 1st ii I I I ll I U
1lell p 1 1 U 0 0 Cuusninehnspi 1 0 0 1 0
Totals12 i7 2 14 3 Totati8 i 27 i 3
m I n g i g I 4 ii r1a I
Itarused flineCleisland 5 Two bi5 iitslrkIn
Tebean er ItodEoui Three bass 1Ilm
Twlichil 1 tol lions runsUaihany ulutciliTs bloAleer I
I aat Molen baeiTebsu lru Mack It lie 21
Htluck nUI81 Melm 81 l br olnlnrha I lIlies Ofl
bIBr 1lrl l yoOI a u by Cunningham r
IJonbleglariTwlucheil an4 laek Iet and Wise
Isbesu Otrlcks I and Inrkin Iasued ballsblack I
TlmaiI io rl ltob
liii by lltciserhlle I baits Wild pltobeatYUrln
2 tnean Tnl2 Vlplrolaeeoet ansi Camey At
105005 re I 8 UDInI r 54 7
Joo Auf IITnm brown struck out four times
today Alt tussle tiiC lilt that lent in the tying
aui2 winnIng rune f or 1105100 the ivari
OlO P 1 ULDInI t p t
k10AL nlsrn o
Jron n fO I 2 1 U nrlmn 0 f I I 0 0
Oulnb rtlpI I 1 0 0 hlnI C I 3 2 2
ittorey r 5 S 0 2 I g Foiisrty r I 0 II 2 0 0
rllI I g 2 0 0 r rt b 1 I I 2 II
IrnUlhr I hl 111 5 0 V oo1 I I 3 I I
Ilehadna Lf1 0 I 1 0 rickett2dhI 2 0 I 0
Nblb 1 J 1 I 0 IrrallbO 2 1 1 U 0
dumb 3d b2 3 2 0 0 Milllgsn 2 7 1 0
g g
i
j 5 I I 3 1 1 landers p I 1 0 H 0
KlroTportl 101 I P
Totals 71 21 U S
TnialsRI12710 1
Itoston n00010540
Ihlaalphla 2 us 2 0 0 3 0 U 01
Iterned rlnIhlaelpbl I JoIOn 8 Tb
hllWooe Iarar lIons rDnOlmbrt Orlln
Ihildl oteui bototalr nerlnel hlKIIn
Fonrr Woc llehlL nl base no balDr Sao
gg II by Kllcoy 5 lrst base on erroroHostoul 2
Struck JllU g 4 llurlihy I 5umiert I IrwIn lar
rae Doubts piayiIlrown aD1 WDrph Irwin lulnl
and JroDlbe wIld lclRldrL lilt by phrh1
bIHIOT Tme2M trntrosiaSsley ana Abel
dan Attendance 24C3
liar American Aaaoclatloa
THE HKCOMX
Tabs 10 IML rn Cub JO LolL ret
Llln1117 0 v1 Columbus 43 4 MO
fct LouU3 8 fill Toledo 4 43 404
Alhletlo47 42 b JX lyracose35 ta 412
ltocbeiter45 42 ftn llrookiyn27 in 0
Tht Atlnntlo AmoelntlOB
TOE nnconn
n bl J0 lL ra nnbt 10 IfUL rt
flaiUmore67 33 4 WaihlnrUmB7 41 437
New HaTenei 24 711 I llerrlsburg33 37 8
Newark4H 37 MS VMIralniton30 M J 4 n
Lebanon39 H MO USrIjorit2 57 JT8
hew nun St XBWABB 2
Ntw IAn Log 18 Timely hatting by lbs home
tsatn In first aecond and fifth Innings won the game
The score
saw nlVBK HBW1BB
a laroA lroA 1
lel L 1 2 2 0 U I Johno I I fl 2 1 o 0
CabilLoI 0 7 8 I II et 8e bO 1 1 I 1
Ddorlh r tl I 0 0 0 eDrmllt 2b1 I 5 1 4 3
itcbosneck lb I I 0 0 0 Maneell 0 fO 1 a 0 0
LallyctO2SIObmlthLL01201
InIle bO 0 8 U Iliurpbyo00002
rettee za DI 2 a a u htlilsrf0 0 3 i 0
DoranD 1 100 0 Fitzgerald I bO 11 0 I
LangsTs 0 0063 Miller p 0 1010
Totali3 027 i 1 TOlal27i T
XW IlttTtn eet 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 05
Newark 2000000002
Earned rnns Ksw Haven 2 Twobase hit Lally
Threebase bit Johnson first baieon balls t
Miller first base on errors New Haven 41 i Newark
a lilt by pitched ball Lally Struck outJobnion
UanselL SmIth Fitzgerald gr ChIld Miller ol Double
play 1ettee and Schoeneck Parted ball Murphy
Tlmal40 Umpire Kelly Attendaucevoo
o uLnaL
Baltimore 0 S 0 0 0 1 2 1 215
Lebanon 00200010011
Batterlee ORonrke and Townsend Smith and Onto
aaao and Koona Bate hlt Baltimore 141 Lebanon I
ane Baltimore 4 Lebanon I AtMnaance 73d
o OiSTroKD
Hartford I 0088001 114
Wllmlncton 1 000010UO 2
Bale hit Hartford 8 Wllmlniton 8 Errors
Rirtford 2 WIlmington 10 ntchera Stalb and
Vtloor XxjaBUM
MEW TOBK STATE UAQUE
AT ALIUIT
Albany 0 O 1 O 1 0 0 a 04
f g g g g gAr g
Jacd 6 4 0000030 6
II OXIOItTA
ononA
Oneonta M 0 00093008 S
UUcarTTr 7 00150305014
WUTT LUODX
At Denver Denver 1 Sioux City Ia
I I Kansas CltrKanaaa CUT 3 Omaha I
At Lincoln Lincoln I Ullwankee 4
At Ulnneapolli Minneapolis If St PaUl 8
Other darnel
mr JIIIIT A c SO niw Toax A c 0
The Nw Jersey AtblUo Clubs team mlnldrd a
liberal applIcatIon of whitewash 10 tho 1ew York Ash
letlo Club a flOe at Bergen faInt yelierday aCron
110 a4 thoroughly rbbd I the dose by hustling 101
laDe delIvery all I or the hle Iuln base with
impunIty and tallying twenty rune The result of the
lopldesi encounter mates gooS the Jersey organixa
tfr bold I upon ScsI piece III tbs race Soc the clam
blonship Ut the Amateur Atalepo I nlon Baa DaU
Lgue C Eutern Illylulon I The icore
t c
mw TOBX i c nw JIUIT A 0
L la ro i L a lsraA I
Thornton ef0 0 2 0 2CareyLs1 0 0 8 1
Torton Olll Cbauncey Sb3 2010
SbewLL0 0 3 S 2WClirrleo2 310 I 0
liollanS lor 0 Hmlth ID 38801
Jordan L to 1 0 0 3 Bpauldlng 2B8 3830
8ebrld3O 0 I I 0 Vredenrsgh f 4 I 0 0 0
Itsrwln r f0 0 I I 0 McBurney r fl 1 3 0 o
8cbwegler22O I g 4 2 g CurrlecfJ I a 0 o
Ylaherlb0 liS 0 I WJ Cnrrle p3 3030
Totals0 8 24 j i Totals201627 9 5
NeisYorkLC5000000000
NswjeratlAC0 200708 820
Earned runs New Jersey A GL 3 Two bale hits
Twfi
s lri Three 1a nt Currle Home ruu =
Chauncey BaerlOce hits Thornton Fpatdlni Mac
Burner f 1 M Carrie Stolen I bsisChsnncey 2 t
D Cnrrle Corns 55 Spauldlnr V > J Currle Vredenbarth Fleet bai 21 on MaeBurney ballsMurray 2
Bohrleder VioleT Vredenbnrih J M Cnrrle W U
Cur lilt by pitched ball Chauncey Struck Olt
Thornton Ebaw Holland JoManCJ Erhrtedtr Fisher
Passed balls Murray 2 Wild pilch Holland Time
12 Umpires Ueorf o A White and 1 c Carbonell
s L A c 1 B r c o
A c a C
The Staten Island Athletics tent the Enclewood Field
Club away from their ground al Wen New BrlrbUn1
l ysaterday wIth nine large goose rr The eorl
a I ATBLZTICI 12501ZW000 r 0
LZLroAx h
10
V Ialofo 2 1 3 0 I SiIowryea0 0 ro A I
01 n8db1 I I I 0 Gaunt 0 I I I 2
gi0si7 I 1 2 C WIrnIL e0 0 0 2 U
8lnblrb2d bl 0 3 I I L MowrySdb0 C 2 0 2
User Lt I 2 0 0 0 lroo2e bu 1 2 7 2
otm I 10 21 0 0 van Orun tAO U 1 0 2
Synlalej f1 1 0 0 0 Coo In b 0 012 0 1
QCadmU 52 I 0 0 1 1lnmDne L to U 0 0 0
Foatpctl 1 0 I 0 Irob1 o tO 0 0 I I
CoppUof0 I 1 0 I
Total14132710 2
Tot 2Total
Total 0 324 12 II
1
S n 2 I Athletics I I A 8 3 A 1 A ol
Earned mimiS L A O 3 First bait on ro
B L A C4 Englewood I Left on bases B L A U
8 Entlewood 8 Base on ballsOadmna Utrebeleh I
fl Etr Mowrr OFlTnni Btrnok ontH Mowryi 11
Howry 8 Probei trndale Van Oran Hoffman Van
Zant Of Iron Weetervelt 12 1 Cadmus Gaunt Htolen
bases Coe OFlrnn 3 fountain Coppell Sacrluce
hlu Klnaler Itemraund Double n plars Larkln un
a rK n oner and Coo Home run Cadmus 2
Tbreeba hits Trndale Cad mi Twobale bits Van
Kant Ueer C ih HoRman Cadmus tIlst pitches
Fountain It Westervelt 1 Umpire Buncs Imo
134 Atirndance600
At Far Bockaway Domestics ot Far Ilockaway TI
Manhattan A C 4
Tbe Attendance V < ateriar
At J > acuc
lUM4
New York 740 Z3
n rJ
m
Boston 8070 3445
ChIcago 020
Cleveland 000 b
Cincinnati 23M
Total 7638 0817
Games rool
KiTIOKAL LBAOHE
New Tork re Philadelphia at tbe Polo grounds
ot r IOUIc
Boston TB Brooklvu at uoston
Cleveland is fliuburiih at Clsreland
Cincinnati ra Chicago at Cincinnati
rursaa LUGO
New Tort rt Brooklyn a Brotherhood Iok
Boston vs Philadelnhia I at Boston
Cleveland vs Banalo at Cleveland
Chicago vs Plttsburfh at Chicago
AMVBICAft AUOCIATIOX
Toledo vs Brooklyn at Toledo
BL Louis vs Athletics at Ht Louis
Columbus vs trracuie at Columbus
Louisville vs Bochester at Louisville
ATLAKTIC AIIOCUrlOK
Hew Haven vs Newark at New Haven
Baltlmoreiva Lebanon at Baltimore
W J laall
llaitturd vs WIlmIngton at Hartford
MeetIng of the Amerlcaa At oclatlon
Ix > niTitiB Auc 13 Tie directors nf the American
Association met at noon to lay In lbs olllce vf Ireildt
Pueliia The Athletics were represented Irlelt
Whluaker Tuledu by Charley Merlon Hrracuse br
ueur e K Fraser all Ht Louis by brie < von der Ahe
lrldet 11111 presided Tb tint bisluesa taken up
was the 8yacusLoulevlh gauss scheduled to have
bleD played at the former itac Huadap Aug 3 It
will be rmbrd h1 the Islet or Sauce hd Ji
Manager chapman that the members of the Loulivllle
Club would be arrested should they 1oulll
Not wleblnif ate the Chances of belnit delayed sev
eral dsa the Louisville inanarer would not no to the
grounds Umpire Curry also retusinr an umpire was
selected from the crowd and he gaC e the raw te Syra
cuse bv tbe score of u loo
Ibe Board sailalned his ellon > br a unanimous
vote claiming that I was a bail precedent to alinw a
club not 10 report at the around where I a came was
scheduled They thought that where a fame was
scheduled bo r IJtoU should jt on hand and reedy
to play as a guarantee to tbe public 1 hen asked about
thii decision Manager Chapman said
Well the boys will l only play the harder down ws will
yet revenge t anofkloc them out to our own sweet
way We may bs able to down lIsa clubs but when we
tackle the board of Directors we have our bands full
Manager Chapman was lu anything but pleaialitm o < I
over lie Boards decision Umpire Curry was ordered
lined for noir l > nlojral the grounils First Baeeuiau
r tr
Isrlwrlfht user whom Rt LouIs and lUcheiler have
been illiputluf waa awarded to the former As lo the
dlsuufd H LiUls llrookirn came ul July 4 ibt I foUow
lust decIsion I was rendered
r We have examined lbs papers In Hits matter and
found that tbe umpire Mr Kerln states that be de
elded the jrame la I favor of tbe Brpoklrn Cluu I That Is
t say that when the last man was declared out In
the ninth tonlair the score stood six t five la favor of
ilrMsTya Tun an several statements filed In be
bet or the St Lost Cub t the elect that after the
gIns It saltrs 4toMtsialsarUi thai h tad I
l I
m o Sb aims to St Loud as a ntla gIme
nine to nothing the umpire himilr says ihli
after the game he jistinsly I said to esversl 11111 he dc
lm lr Ii rt further says e that his deelvion I wa
KIn puttingihe third mn ass when ths score clean
B to 5 In favor of flrookiyn we feel that It would be a
bad precedent for the hoard of lIlveetore 1 ltoW unlertak
tn reverse tile ImDlle deciolon upon the lma 01
palalnl Ir thIs Is t Ono dole ii wIlt lead 1011tol
confusIon ana untold contented cases for the t
atotL beceule it their Interest and priudIcs very Sr
qusntly dlOsrwlttittie umpire about hIs r r and eel
Vo uIilTrentiy 1 trans the umpire because ofthvlrprejodicl
t 11 gl gI
For these rsaenns we Tots In I favor of reoorsltof the
came to lh credit of the IrooUrn Club by the score of
U to 51
Tue contested cam lietwien ToleO and the Alhllra
was awarded to Toledo by a score sit C to 8 which was
the score e when the AtlletIcl rrrr the grounde St
Lli claimed the umo have bn played at lulalo
allowed with iii Rochester br a score or D to 0 but it Was ot
Keeping Tnlm on the Hoya
WA ntruTOi Aut IV 1 Up 10 July 1 said President
Young of the National League today we lost money
but since that time we have made a little or at lent r
we have kept even with our expenses Abontuly 2
with a view 1 to ascertaining Just where the Brotherhood
stood Imldent Spaldlng of the Chicago Club detailed
men to vIsit their grounds and mike a report of the
actual number ot persons who rae through the turn
stiles Hubeqnently the same plan was adopted at
Cleveland and Illlsbnfh and the attendance Stares
for these three cities from that time are now In my
possession They Include every man woman and child
whoentereit the grounds whether paid or deadhead
and when compared with the numbers pnbllehed In the
newspapers there Is quite a dUorepancri for Instance
r I reA W
at Chicago one darwhen Mr KpaMluns scent reported t
2 Ibis persons In I attendance ihe papers the next morn
Inc stated that the spectators numbered o 7iv COil odd
Dally comparisons show that this rate of pwelllnff 1 about
three for one has been maintained at Chicago while at
Cleveland and Plttsuitrgh lie tlgures average about
double the true total
hlnce the esmm began I have been furnished with
the actual attendance at all league 1 contest and this
has necessitated my leSiOnS another table in addition
to the I duties already Impuiid on me as secretary of the
League four duplicate receipt am slirned by the
manager of every visiting League club one for the
home I manager one for the President of the tIittog
flut H thirst 10 be forwarded to me and a fourth for the
resident of the home nrgnnUation Upon tbee blanks
anpear the actual attendance and upon which basis I
tlin 1 receipts I are reckoned ln and divided no attention
being given to persons who are admitted free nm
Rartsons sbowthat the turnstilecountantl thepubllshed
gnres hut day vary from 12 to vt per vent so
far as the National League I concerned In Philadel
phia for Instance the managers nf the League team
pay cuniliterable attention to the press and especially
when Saturday came are played so that will account
In a mcarure for the Increased attsndance over other
days In the week Only one return has been received
IromlNew I York and Hrookiyn unit lluffalo appears to
have been re entirely I so far as Brotherhood at
tendance Is concerned boston and Philadelphia have
also been Ignored In Ibis respect and the experlmentot
counting tlie turnRtlles has been confined to hiram
Cleveland and Pittsburgh where It Is Mill In > ogut
Our agents pay their money blt same aa any otber
spectators only ear Is I exercised to secure reliable
men and I the Brotherhood want to do I SIssy can try
the that the National Is
same plan tblalonal League punning
e Hale DUI > KnRland
BiDvnlapl tUHi
MiKcniina Alt 1The first bus hall match be
tween the Preston I orb End and Aston Villa team
was played today In the presence of an enormous and
enthusiastic crowd
eroe
The result was Preston 11 Aston 11
lest A picked 00 English team wilt probably visit America
Base Hall Notes
Z N Jersey City He caught for the Syracuse Club
of the International League
Rusts will pitch 5cr the Hew York fN L team In tO
day game agaInst the hrNt Club
Burkett was very mad when Olasscoek took him out
of the box yesterdays game on the Polo Grounds
MotlMan of the New York IN 1 team made his first
mae
hit yesterday since he became a member of the cub
The Philadelphia I N L team miss the services of
Second itaseman lM i lie confined to bm be with
typhoid fever
Pitcher Sharrott made a very good showing against
the Philadelphia team holding them down to one hit In
the last jour Innings lisa game eoo
It will probably be a couple of weeks yet before
rllrn U
Oltonrke will be in condition to play again He Is lust
barsly able to lift both arms above his head
Mickey Welch being sick I Manager Mutrle had to put
either I Hharrott or Ilurkett In I the box If he hud select
ej the former atom the chances are that the New
Yorkt would have won
SrxirciB Aug 13 Pitcher Lincoln formerly of the
Cleveland National League has been released after
losing the only two games he pitched for Syracuse
Marr Phillips baa been signed by Manager Fraxer
Pitcher Crane reported to Manager Rwlne a the club
house yesterday and acknowledged that he had com
4a
bitted a grievous wrong and saId ha was willing to
par the penalty for I Manager Kwlng told Crane That
I was one of the mol disgraceful things that could
have happened to the club It Is I thought that Crane
will be punished by a heavy fine
Sam Weaver familiarly known as Puck 4 Weaver
g
on the diamond took a run over from Philadelphia a
few days ago and Is the guest of his brother In law
Umpire Holbert Ten years ago Weaver was one of the
star pltchersothe country Me has played with the
Loulsvllles AthletIcs and Milwaukee and at the latter
place Billy hollerS was his Catcher lIe is now al the
police force In Philadelphia
SONS OF BT aBOnaE
Tie Encllah Society Games at Great Sac I
ceai Yesterday
Union Jacks of all sixes 1 were tke predominant lan
at the Empire City Colosseum yesterday where the
twelfth annnal EnglIsh sports and games of the Sons ot
Be George were being held An unusually large crowd
witnessed th athletic events In the afternoon and at
night the dancing pavilion was Jammed to such an ex
tent that tripping the light antastlo was attended with
great discomfort
The prises the open events were valuable and nse
fnl The 100yard course was 93yards and down hill
which accounts for the phenomenal time made The
New Jersey boys were out In full force for the banner
and as usual were successful The Manhattan A 0
ane A
was well represented but the cherry diamond did
not come to the front but once George I rapidly get
ting Into form however though Conneff still seems to
bal fire Remington Devereux and UotT all did credit
able performances but somehow It was not rolling tbe
Manhattans way yesterday Perhaps Lieut Van
Echalck waa not a mascot
A commendable action and one worthy of emulation
by athletes was the stand taken by young Kogers of
the flew Jerseys As usual the orln ounj the three
mile run was muddled and theDrst returns gave Rogers
al wInner with MlkelUent I second To Ia Rogers
would have had to pass Bent and this he instantly de
clared he had not 000 eo
Tbe mmmsry of tbe days sport Is I as follows
louyard Handicap Kim Hrst prize Ho gold watch
second t 25 silver cup tblrd SIt silver watch fourth
5 pair running shoes Final beat won bv W I Craft
New Jersey A r 2 > i yards A J May West Side A O
yards cooal II Bslfj Paitlme A c 7 yards
third and J F Biickwell hew York city 18 yards
fourth Time PS seconds
440yard Handicap ItnnFlrst prize HO gold watch
rtsl silver watch third ilo brass mirror I Final
heat won bye if Carbonell Manhattan A C GO yard
G Rehm American A C JO yards second and dA
Levy seconds Stnyvesant A C lS yards third Time 32H
MWyard IiandicapltunPirt l prize2ogold watch
second 113 sllverwatcbi third til braas clock Won
by W 1 French N Y city 40 rardu I Clark New
Jersey A C 123 yards second and A B George Man
hattan A C icratcb third Time 2 minutes seconds
linlle Handicap I l hunFIrst prize 5o gold I watch
second t2i > sliver cup third i2sllver watch Won
by T owens West hide X C 73 yards E lljertberg
New Jersey A c 00 yardil second and 1C Kelly
seconds Pastime A C 111 yards third Time 4 minutes 3 IG
amll Handicap Run First prlieT3O gold watch
Iml laneleal ptf sec
ond 13 silver watch third do bra mirror Won by
M Bent Brooklyn Harriers I 45 second J 5 J Hogan
New Jersey oX I I 40 U4 second = i Grieve
seconds Yonkers A C 3 yards third Time 10 minutes 31 J5
220yard Hurdle Race Handicap First prize 30gold
w ra second H1 Ilitet watchi third llt brass mir
ror Musi heat won br F F HlineylNew Jersey A C
U E llarnei I hew Jersey A C I yard second and F
yo3l1
O 3 Puffer New Jersey A 0 3 yards third Time j
seconds
Running Broad l Jump Handicap 1 First price 23 case
csrver f steel second f 15 cur Won by O is HeIR
Pauline A C 12 feet inches with mi actnal Jump of
1 Irt f JW IMI k W nJ1
10 feet II I Inobes M J Rush West bide X C fj feet S
Inches second with IM feetu > 4 luches
Obstaole Kaee First price 410 silver cup second 512
silver berry inoouHnul heat won by W II While
American A V InXadH u Brembcrg J > ew York
city 14 yards > second
Hors lialidicap Kaoe First prize silver I watch i sec
ond brasi cluck Won by Alfred KnweiO yards David
hyer 15 yard second and Kdward Donaldson 11 I rardsi
rar third Time a 42 seconds The distance was jsu
rat Men s Handicap Run over 200 pounds 2m yards
non by J Rowen < 6 yare A Smith I J yards le
on I Time l2a seconds
One mlie Handicap Hun Membersi first prlie cue of
carvers second slher 0i5 third I silver cup Uonby
W rr Madge lull ranlx I > Maker Wma second
and A A Baler scratch third Tim b mluutes S
one o Handicap Race Membera Aver 43 Tears
Pint prlre t AS rlciure secouit tlu lamp iliad Won
b T J Rowen 23 yards o VVabourne 123 yards 01
ond Time 211 J7 seconds
440yard Handicap UembersFlrst prlre silver
cup second silver cap nobr F town 123 yardsi I
W Fry tH4 mr reconil Time hit second arel
Tug ofwar Limit ltn pounds first prize 5lo set sil
ver spoons second v > sIt sliver spoons Acorn A A
teamlefeateil Ivy A U team pulling tIle rope out of
their hands There baa been a long dispute lh Ivy
melt wanting to pull on dirt but a tlie A A II rules
call for cleats I the referee upheld the Acorns and sent
for the Paitlme A r cleats whereupon the Ivys ma Je
nn contest and the Acorn were declared winners hiss 1
learn wee protested by lh Ivys later on the ground
that they had not paid their entrance fee vroune
The banner sea won by Ills New Jersey A C with I 23
points Mest Fide A Cl second itH Iastlrae Mi
more Anierlesna tileD I I and lanbalan6 No other club had
Itacca of tie Iislliade Slant Club
TOIKBBS Ang 13The foal heal In the third race o f
the Palliade Boat Club for the Jackson medal wax
rowed Ibis evening over a mile course TLe contectante
were E MartK Jr scratch and Y I llolden f I lee
ends amBer if the fret and second trial heats which
were rowed rn Tuesday Ilolden starle1 I well and
gained about waive I lengths I before Martin got the word
This teal Maf tin Immediately braD to cut down row
Ing In excellent form end at the ihreequarier mile
caught Ilolden Then be began slowly lo draw ahead
and won br three lengths In uIi7 tie winners uf She
previous races rl P Getty and U 1 lleldtn
I eop and OConnor to Bow
Loynos Aug 18A rowing match for tl0 I has been
arranged between Kemp and OTonnor The race will
take place on the American Pacific coast In March
next The race between Kemp and Etausburyon the
October Isramatla lllver In Australia has been flxsd for
lluse Ball Todny Itrolberhood Park
Wards Brookl > ns vs hew lork lame 4 PMAd
flue Itnll New lolo Urounle Today
Lesgne ebamplonshlp gamerhlladelphla I I vs flew
Tort Usiue4I tl Admission UJcnis Atv
Jo cue woald think ot felor al infant 1 beef cc
lnuttoo yet ha See olarDaou fo is I aceely
I e1 mota t the life and hail of the 11111 oae
goof 1a to prepared that It Is I readily I aAelmT
latest by the rougsst child and orms Us only reliable
iubitliti jut methsta mULS4e
A w L s
A WlBB Hlore for Ladies
A bnilness that Is oreatlng a sensation on Broadway
The store of the Gosling Proceee Company at wt I
Broadway Is one of the most elegantly appointed eslab
llsiiments In lue city and Is what might be 1 termed a
ladles wine store as more than bait the bualusss Is done
wlin the fair here a lady < tan order her faintly
vines with the utmost confidence there Is no bar nor
1415 objectionable I contacts whatever The parent
louse la boston has over a tbousand customers dally
more thin iweihlrds of whom are ladles American
people are feat learning that native wines are Utter
ferlxi gooda anf Ibe effort of Ibis eoujpany to
elevate Ike 103131 l haaillu I aJeeholla stliulanta
which are a aa easllr tee tljb staadwd of parity an
reapeeUtiuUr ajifU H be apcreclaul t > j Ui pallo
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peclal trains leave flew York from stations feat ef
011041 tad Desbroseea etreela every vase day at j
1150AM IJKWpon HM t Mandln tiP
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The women liDO J rood thing M will
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Jittt tn Drug Paint and HOUM FVniLsMeg JPomJks
mnoo 145k
welt sTale OLD A new ruwmunc raml
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A < H IAUK copy of Tennis Rules mailed free
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Alwopleo 8nllt Bamboo Itol with eiTra tip I ceUo
toil haul traai xii 3 usual > rlce M A IyarIl
1101 Mulllilr ig Heel full nlrkel plated adjustable
dirt I J 25 usual price H uses prices will be war
llnued until Aug I al
A G SPALDING BEOS
CI124II II ICO A WAY
NOTICE FISHERMEN I r
CUT PHUTH loll IHDOI Ilrss mulllplrlnc I
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5125 11 I Inen reel imeson blui k so i feel uthreadHH I
IMhreail 401 r iliued I iic hnelled hooks slngls gut
IV listen Innble lie I ireble JIK Headed swlvela 1
linear I hires p a Iveis l nn I doen flwlvelsprealera
ta each liil leaders I font ISo dosen I fi oL Dual 1 r
I foot 44e l irge variety of Wood Heels UOe tUn704
and II each head 3e stamp for lUaatralad IflsuiaJ
Tackle Catalogue fur leo
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OrKN JSTJUfUOAJ
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GOOD SPORT AT BRIGHTON
DEAD FINISHES THIS OttDttn OF THE
DAr in XBAIUT nraaz HACK
Tenor Will Try to fleaS Ten Uroteka
nceard nt tt MlleOeBdnrnie Vpeete a
Good Thins In Tuttlesr T ppah Bnoek
leaves the Maldem Clajie Ilablln Gives
the nor a Henntlfnl Hnrprlae
Seven good races were soon by 3000 person i
nt Itrlghton Beach yesterday afternoon the
finishes In nearlyovery Instance being very
clone the result bolne In doubt In the first
second thIrd sixth and seventh events until
tho final stride
This association with commendable real
rosterdar secured the great fouryearold
Tenny for a special effort against Ten Broods
old mile record of 1 90on Aue 20 Mr 1ulsl
for will receive 3600 for tbo attempt nnd
should Tenny be successful In eclipsing the
time nn extra 12500 will be nddod
Tonny will be brought to his old quarters nt
Bheopshoad liar Ho wilt carry 118 pounds
and will have two or throe pacemakers
Woodburn carried tho bulk of the money In
tho opening event but Ten llookh beat him a
short bond on the post Itoeor was plunged on
In the second at seven furlongs and Coving
ton managed to squeeze him home In front of
Mlddlostone who would havo won In another
jump Tappahannock finally got out of the
maiden class nth third by defeating a red
hot favorite In Etelka Father Daly got
In a heat In tho fourth when his
fllly Crbnnnn led from start to finish I
boating the favorite Gratitude a scant length I
The talent could see nothing In the tilth but
old Tattler with Hamilton up It was Gen I
darmes day tbouKb and tho llayon dOr gold
log running kindly from tho first won n good
race by a neck tho favorite not being nblo to
Quite get up at the end Lizzie Flckwlck liar
thena Hliena Van colt and Blr Oeorco made a
rattling finish In tho twoyearold race the four
bolng bends apart at the wire In the order
rmmod The last race TaR facet for tho talent
tho outsider Dublin winning by n scant neck
from Linguist with Zangbar third
THE rinsi RACK
Tort faoo of which w to second tot all em
tiling allowances seven furlong
RUEa Mhlttenbergs ch g Ten Rookh 4 by Ten
Broeeklalia Booth till i Lawrtnce I
W Thompsons I o Woodbnrn 4 107 Blmmt 2
t B Doswell b g Parthian 5 101 < I Lewis u
Wtldo Jclinion Wublnition LIttle Moore Illoi Jet
dOAJo B
TOUI Annie M and IOnic also ran
TIm 1SIU
Untnilt paid C7L23 Suro K3A
TUE SECOND UACE
11It3OO at which Kit to second for all ages itlllnc
allowances i T furlongs
W P Careys b f Hour 4 by LjtlUtonrintUr
rarkrllli 107 Covlnfton stable b c tUddleiton a lun iL mbey 3 1
Cutl titabiach 0 ll mea lOlA Hjnn 3
Ucntnl Gordon bquindo Criipln fait Etui ana
Julia Miller alto ran
nnTim 1304
tlntoali paid 1710 f71U tlbi
THE THIRD DICE
Puree S4OO of which 116 to second and t35 to third
ortbrt y arold tbat bare ran and not won at ibn
meeting ttsrequartcs of milL
It 0411111 IUrp ra b t Tappabannock by KIng 551541mm I I
AhoowO Farm b r elam 1011 103 lIaIII 2
D linunells b t Etelka 1U7 Oorlnf ton a
J
Marl u Blondln 1 I Owen Gold n Mild ol Rlcbland
Vera Jameiton and Pa edlna also ran
Tim 117
Untnali paid fWlS S174U 1740
THE FOunT luct
Pun ttOO of bleb 17S to second and 133 to third
for tbrer ar oldi thrt qnarttri of a milt
W C X Ualra br c Ctbanna by King Bolt sonmald
UAiLAOlDltT 1
ArltonaStabVibr t Gratitude toS Flynn 2
ratkrille stabltt br o otrrlion folrt Corlnjlon j 3
Koi mary Murray gelding ollett Atutraland and
Kilkenny also tan
Time 1tGW
Untnali paid f 1660 1730 W OS
TIlE FIFTH BACK
Paris 30a of whloh IITG to second and IZI to third
for tbroIroldl and upward sellIng allowances
one milt
f olauf br t Otndarm 4 by Rayon dOr Bona
tide 112 COTlDjton 1
W LakeUndi ch tr b Tattler axed 119 Hamilton j a
Athenla Stables b e Dundee x 108 slmmi a
Hnniblne I Defendant The bourbon RadIant and Pal
Syrian alo ran
Mutual paid EWM Timi 1130 tt43 ti
THE SIXTH DiCE
Pnna StOO of which V75 to Mcond and f25 to third for
miaidn twoyearoldiaeltlnr allowances dre urlonn
Diamond 1 Stables b f LltVfe Pickwick I by Mr 1lok
wletlIl Linld lOG to coTinitom 1
Orar A coi cb t Barthtna 115 Bentler 2
W C Dairicb0 Sbena Van Ill Iamble s
sir Qeorfe John U Stray Laa Lady llawktni I celt
Barlor Lists Anrtcola colt Paumore Middle Doyle
John Wood hlla TM and uloaloa colt also rail
Time 1 usa
ldntaal paid 114QT taDO 1jj ticket
THE BKTENTH BACK
Purse tflOO of which I1s to second and 133 to third a
handicap for boron that bn itarKd In iteeplecnaMa
or lucille races three quarter of a mUD
A Sblelde b t Dublin 8 by Luke illackburn Dublin
Belle lJ8DonaT n 1
D U Whlttenberti t Llngulit aged 193 Woodi 2
J Aliens br r Zancbtr axed II Alien s
Le Christy Hepartee ilarrodeburc KoTtr Monte
Crlito and Urey Oown also ran
Time 111414
MntoaU paid B4273 el14I 2115
BNrnrBB von MONIUOUTU PARK
Light Card After the Great Race e for
th ChampIonship
The Orange Stakes the feature of todays
programme atMonmouth Park and It Is dim
cult to see how lIoporter can bo beAten
Druldess has an excellent chance to secure
place honors Florlmor well ridden should
tako a lot of beating In the second and fit
Charles may run second Tulle Blackburn
and Banquet may do In the third and what
ever beats Adeline and Fearless In the fourth
will come pretty near Betting the money Orl
flnmme and Tristan may do to support In the
fifth and tho last looks like a gift to Gray
Dawn OUT Gray being his most op
ponent
FIrst ItacsOrsuge Stakes for tbreeyearolds and
upward wilts 5100 addedi seven furlongs
oluolr 1 122
Rporlr II fllJalD III
Joe Courtney 115 Kmplaoel 08
Cynosure 100 1hesaloeake lOt
ProWess toll
Second Rare Free handicap sweepstakes for two
Ttarolda with luuO ailileil threequarleraor
Ft Charles 113 SIster Linda 112
tan Juan tOO Chatham 109
florlmor lot Hands off IOJ
Arrogance 103 sequence colt too
tI
Bablcora Oss VUregrass eg f Ill
Benjamin 00 Thorndate 91
Hoodlum B4 Megaraoolt i 02
Uolldlao hIlly 90
Third I Race Free handicap sweepstakes for three
yearoids with I tl000 added one mile
Hanquet Ill Deinuth 104
Tulle iIlackburnIto Monroe U4
rau Fan colt 84
Fourth Race Fweepitakes of itt each for twoyear
olds with I7U added selling allowances i Ore utlongs
Hands Off II Blithe 114
Adventurer 107 IloubromI04
Patrlrk 104 Riot 104
AdUna 104 alllly 101
Sictree nUI04AllOa nlllr fa
Olenlhat lOllHoueyuoou tfj
tearless i3l
Klfth Pare Free handicap sweepstaket of R3 each
for ihrio ear olds and upward with 1200 I added one
mil and a furlong
TrliUn lie Torso 113
irlniaiiil ioi orinnmmii nn
Mr Bellow ico 1 Glory us
Philander wi
Hlxth RaoeBweepslakssof f20 esoh for thrtt etr
olds and upward wlili IIno added selling allow
ance ont milt and a quartsr
hleve lOliUray Dawn 1114
Lotionws Sam tVuc1 IU3
Uuy KJ
OnatOKDK SOLD AGAiN
The Celebrated Bate florae to Betnitt to
EKIrod sia the Property orUatroa lUraeh
LONDON AUK 13 Ormonde tho champion
Encllsu raco horse of the century once the
property of the Duke of Westminster which
won tho Derby the Br Loner and tile Two
Thousand UulneiiH 1831 and wna ported
to llnenos Aires labt year has been purchased
by litton Hirsch lor t tOOOU and will Immcdl
atoly return to KoBlnml
An unBiiccoBHtuI bid WAS made for him by an
agent of the Hungarian Government
RACING JA KNOIANU
Fan Will the Drcedcra Foal Hlakra at
Kempton Iarb
LONDON Aue IBTbo race tor the City of
London Breeders Foal Stakes of 1500 cover
elcns WAS run today at Kempton Park and
was won by Mr J ii lJouJdswnrtbs filly
lOOE8 Lady Blllmforde cplt Odd Follow se1
ond I1lr A Tarlors colt hebrides thIrd
There were live starters in tile last bettIng
the odd were 5 to 1 against 1onra U to 1
nealnst Odd Fellow and 3 to 1 against
Ilebrldes
MI811APII AT OUrrB1DUlZO
roar noroea Down la One Oaee Valnekr
Thirteen Ooo4 Buy for Bettors
The Attendance at GuttonburRyestenlriy
the largest of the meetIng and the thirtyodd
bookmakers were overrun with bnilneis
Threw favorites won and the other three races
wero captured by horses woll up in tho betting
JiiKdlor at 7 to 1 aaalntt beIng the outsider of
the day I 0 judicious Invostors got a little the
best of the bookmaker A queer nodes of ao
cldontB hlnKluc on the generally considered
unlucky number thirteen caused Hurries ot
excitement Thirteen stnrtod In tho second
race n dash of soon furlongs Four of tho
thirteen horses came In without rid
er When tho thirteen BWUDR Into the
homestretch the Armonetto fllly with
Desmond In tho saddle ran Nomad ridden by
Jones Into the fence the horses and riders
went down Miller on Japhot and Roundsman
with Connolly In tho saddle minglIng with the
heap almost simultaneously Miller had bis
hip dislocated and wait takon to a hospital for
treatment Jones escaped with silent cute on
his armand Desmond received an iinly slinking
up Fortunately tho other riders and the
horses escaped unhurt Jockey Day who had
tho mount on Speedwell No 13 In the fourth
rnco foil off his hon In a nt while at the pout
Hueston taking hU place whlloJuRalerJclcked
Little Allnnlo so badly that sho had to be
drawn Irom the rae fiurerBtlllouo cOons
said all thin happened because It wan the thir
teenth dRY of tho incctluc
Wooucuttor llrxt chnke ID the opening dash
came with a rush at the flnUh nlnmnn by
threoiinarters of a length Ulaudlus second
choice beat tt Omer two open innKths for the
placo Go Lucky II six to one chance won tho
second race after tho general tumble by three
lengths Vance the favorite betttlncr Itlptnn
third cholco throe lenittlis for tho pico The
crowd rallied on Vigilant with Uergen up for
tho third race and tho favorite rider sent the
horse In a handy winner by a length
Bole gotttoK the oboe > from Jennie Me
Farland by throe lengths Juggler at 7 I
to 1 made his run In the last fur
lone In tho fourth race winning by a length
Tanner tblrd choice getting the place Irom
Irene Ibo fllorllo by llvo lengths Hcrvla was
selected by the talont for the filth raco nt H to
II and abe landed the money safely Ida Ulrl
nntohlnc the place from Fnxhlll by a neck
Lancaster third choice In tho last raco won
by III length In a hot brush with Blumber Mar
ty lJ the favorite was third hero are the
summaries
THE FIRST HACK
Purse 300 of which tw to second for twoyearolds
threequarters of a mile
J A Batchelors b o Woodcutter br Fortster Olen
dali m lilillsr I
0 Halbanmsbr f Claudlns i iiI Ileraen 2
1 De Longs eb o Ht Omer 10 I ardrn u
1lceon Ely and Crutches also ran
lime U7W I
Uutnals paid 3fA C230 fill
rug SECOND BACK
Purse taoo of which eo second sailing five fur
lours
boo Stables b eo Qo Lucky 8 by Bend Or
J Avondale Smiths br nw ff Venue Orlnlnl t 07 French i 2 1
M Daly sbr K Rlpton 4112 II hocus 8
Nomad Harry Armonttte Russell ulaion fllly Japhet Urattsn and Millie Konndsiuan R Coroccn also
started
Time i02i
Mutual paid 128 no pI 33 fo3lI
TIlE THIRD HACK
Purse 209 of which IT to second and f3S to third
one mile I and a half
c J Kellys hIs h Vigilant J hy GolnsVlrlllne 100
HerKeni I
M Oaly lir r Bela n ls 1 P Doane J
It LldJelsch m Jennie I MrKarland aged hIM j Car
roll 3
Falcon Sherwood and Waif also rail
Mutual paid f4B lIme 2wl 2304 3
THE rounrn RACK
Pone SOD of which 75 to second and 23 to third
for all ages one mile
J K Jane s b h lupgler S hyJlls Johnson Avoca
Ill MoUrmott 1
J De Loligs b r Tanner 4 no McCarthy 2
Ucoirian Stable ch m Irene aired I12ilerkenj 3
Hpeedwelt Ierlclei and Torreador alto ran
Time l424
Mutual paid 1740 ti iaiv
THE nrrii RACE
Furs f30 ot which tvu to second telling five
furloiiKs
La Uasnev Brothers b f Servla4by nindoo Prairie
yueen IOJrimni l
Pytchley Stables ch f Ma GIrl 09 Mccarty 3
J P Cuenlns U I g loxhllL J Ini Cuenlnl 3
Lomax Grade Llllle u orceola and Danger alto ran
Time t 03M
Mntoals paid C483 Haifi od
THE BIXTU RACE
Purl 303 of which 510 to second selling allow
ance six and a half furlongs
K Llddel b h Lancaster aged hy Bnckden ttary
Clay 120 hams I
II Uevlnes br m Slumber o 123 U Lynch z
C J Ktllyt ch c Marty n 4 123 McDermott 3
Wanderment Racquet Ethos Unrton John Mulllns
Unadaga and LltUtfellow II alto ran
Time 12 <
Muluals paid fa33 i si S9SA
RACINO AT THE SPItltiGS
English Lady Pilot Vnele Hob none
Gnavrad the Long Hhot of the Day
SARATOGA Aug 13The attendance was
Bllm and tim fields of horses that ran for the
purses In the extra races of which the pro
gramma was made up were mostly of ordinary
aualtty Pennyroyal first choice in the open
Ing dash won by half a length Klttlo T boat
Ins Caprice two lengths for the place Mar
gherlta first choice the talent for the second
race set the pace from the start winning by
two lengths from Sonoma Sorceress finishing
a close third Undo Bob winner of
the Chicago Derby and English Lady
fought out the third race In the home
stretch English Lady beating Uncle Bob
handily by a length and a half ihigonla com
ing In a poor third Drizzle was u strong fn
vorite for the fourth race and the colt won as
he pleased by two lengths from lied Fellow a
Pt to l shot Qunvrad u long shot at 12 to 1
made the finish of tho day with Major Tom
another long shot To many It appeared a
dead heat but Uunwad won the race by a
short head from the Major Here aro the
summaries
THK PIRBT IIACE
Purse 100 ot which CV to second for twoyearolds
5iing allowances live furlongs
B Williams b r 1enti royal by Powhattan Desola
tion Hi iBrltton I
CI McCoy b f Kiltie Itu Kites 2
Ilashford Manor Slatse b f Iaprice liOBnver a
Little Phil Kil Leonard Little thtot Kuston and
Nannie Gray also ran
ranTime 1 m < 4
Dettlng Against Pennjrojal 5 to i Kittle T 2tol
Little IUll a to I KII Lronanl a to 1 Caprice and Rue
ton each ilo 1 Ititle floss 10to l isnuule ilray 11 to
I Mniuala paid 311
THC SECOND RACE
Purse 9330 for thrseyearolds one mile
0 It TouipklnsM br Margbertta hy Rosilfer Cer
tlorarl lOTllarall I
J MiirDMs cli f Sonoma hAl Lilly 3
rieetwoiidriiaulesch f Sorceress ua iTrlbet 3
Pluto franLle D Uaver and Poieno also ran
Time 154W
Retting Against Maruheriia S to A Pluto 2 lo 1
Sorceress 4 to l Uaver ii to Is 1 Frankle U Sonouia
and Pokeno each lUtol Mutuals paid u
TIlE THIRD HACK
Purse MO of which 9100 to second i ont milt and
half a furlong
rkojrian llrnj ch f Kngllsh Lady 3 hy Miser Bonnlt
Lass Its lisioda e 1 l
a V llanklnsb g Uncle Bob j us Allen 3
Tucker A rherrys h c Bngeula n lue cbtukesx l
Hlu Dee formerly Kosclusku Kay 1rodlgate and
rcbltscl also raIl
Time 142
KettlntOu English Lady i to 4 rialnst Incle Bob
7lo ti Hill Oft 1010 l Ironltale molt Architect
and Eugenia hell mu to I Mutual paid p 00
TUB FOURTH HACK
PurieKlooof which 21 > to second for thrseyesr
outs and upwsrd six furloncs
Hough Urotbers b o Urltile 9 hy Ventilator Mag
iulfaraji I
J P Dairese h f Red Fellow 4 107 Gorman 3
J T Williamssbr h Tom hoot r nrr Hrlitonl H
Primer ovmnait Cambyjes harbor Llgrns AUI
traltlt raustlna Kcstasy and Ullemma also ran
Time I IH
Retting On Drizzle a to 3 aguinsl Tom Hood e toll
Ojinnast 7 to li I Ueluiar B In Il Aoilraltu in to 1
tantlua SO to I Iaiubysss lied tellow harbor
Llnbta Kcstssy and Dilemma each SOlo I Uutnalt
laid SS M
THIS VIPTH BACK
Purse ixn of wblch SW to second for thrte year olds
and upward selling allowances out mile I
A J XcottaUg iluuwad3br UunuerAnnleS OS
Ilaihford Manor Etahles Ir c tieor Tom S lui
Huyer 2
Auburndsle blatles ch in Orsllce 45 107 Drown a
ftailifacilon Harrlster Urdt Pullman Black Dla
tnoud lug ilrown Jog and ionS also ran
lime I 4255
Belting Against KMUracilon H to St Barriittr 4 to I
BenantoliilunwaJ I U lo I llydy Ofalece MajorToiii
1ulluiau and Iliad Diamond each li to It Big Browu
Jut 32 Ie I 2tuttaispald 17 s
xniw mou run HOUSE ITOIILD
II n McONo Iacow and trotters are not
eligible to start In the same class In the Grand
Circuit
A yearling filly by Lord Iluisell has been
sold to 1L V X mill for f 1600 and the three vear
old colt Hobby Ileach by Paustun to J M
Brown tv Co for ISOOO
The string of W II JImmons will arrive at
Quttenburg Ibis week from Chicago Tim
inonns exMrlenco In thaWeit baBibeen a very
unfortunate one as his horses all foil nick
shortly aftor he arrived at Chicago and he has
1101 been able to win n Ingle race O V Han
Inn A Co will also send their string to New
York title week on account of nearly every
horse In the stable having lost form to such an
extant that It wan uceleec to start them Thee
will be Bent to the ssahsor torn roil and will
probably bo starteil at the fall meeting of the
Brooklyn Jockey Club
nqwmo AT nonccaicn
The OpeIs Day of tbe National Attoctsw
lIon Auittcnr Onrtwen Meet
WOBCKATKR Aue 13The eighteenth annual
rcRuttx of the National Association ot Amateur
Oarsmen began on the college course at Lako
Qulnslgamod this nftornoon Ot the six races
rowed five were one mile and onehalf straight
away and the next was a quarter ot a mile
dash for a model the gilt ot John A Bt John
of Bt Louis The attendance woe confined
principally to boating men and about 1000
saw the race which were In every way admit
Hblc some of them as good no the boat ever
con on the lake Tim fun begun with the first
boat In the senior scull the entries being
George J Klrby Iawtucket Doat Club Fred
erick S Hawkla Metropolitan Mowing Chib
Charles K Ilulgor Mutual Doat Club and Wll
Ham Caffrey Lawrence Canoo Club All savo
Freoth wore on the lino promptly on time sand
wore Bent off together Caffror was the favorite
In the pools and ho quickly want to tho front
with Hawkins who sold as second choice tot
lowing him closely and Bulgor to the surprise
of the knowing ones foUowlngthe pace Kirby
who was la his first race was out of It from tho
start although ho pulled n neat stroke which
gives promise ot batter results la tho hour
luturp
Huwklns made a good race for a mile but
when Bulger taoklad him on the last half lie
could not respond to tho ymrl nnJ was bontoii
out for second place Caflroy winning the race
In i02i with Ilulgor second In 10aii
Hawkins was third CnTroy frlcnOs woro
present In largo numbers and were jubilant
over tile results
In the second heat of the senior single pculls
the onttlns were O 0 Nettloton iUnnosotn
Don t Club Edward J Cnrnoy Instltuto float
Clul > K Newton Atherton Motropolltnn How
Ing Club nod A 1 Burrett Argonaut llowlng
Club Carney was the favorite The mou got
oft nil together but soon found Not
tlnton making Carney bustle for Hrst place
For over a mllo It was u hot contest
between Carney und Xuttlolon but the former
proved himself much tile bottor slayer tnt
uoys tlmti was u41 and Nattletona 95UH
Athartou was not In tile race
Tho third race nf thu junior single sculls had
but two amrtors Joseph Wrlulit of tho Toron
to Itowlnc Club and Albert C Bowling of the
Crescent Dent Club of Boston Wrlabt was the
favorite It was a slushing race from stait to
finish Don ling finished Hrst In 1UU14 WIllie
rights tlino was lim4
Tho second beat of the junior single sculls
had Albert K Honnett Woroostar Buat Club
John K Greenwood Kxcclrlor Hoot Club U
A IV Dyer Brntlford Bout Club and 1 Lahanay
Albany Boning Club Lohnney wan looked
upon OB a euro winner but the knowing ones
got left badly tho boy Brnnelt taking the race
tile firSt In which he ever started The Albany
man made a gallant finish but when the boats
crossoil the line Bennetts was about two feet
to the fore In ll05 The mob ol the day was
the senior four oars The entries and the make
up ot tho crews was as follows
Ottawa Rowing Club A f May bow R E Walls
2 II Caneron 5 I U I Ross stroke
Albany Rowing Club R Orahatn bow D E Cartln
2 James Moral 9 1 tionen stroke
Arffonattt Rowing Club Walter P Stewart tow Ceo
lllginbotham 2l t 11 Thompson Uj A c ilatdtmelU
stroke
bradford Boat ClubJoseph Rergen bow Henry F
Corcoran 2 J 1 Muhoney a John li Ryan stroke
Atalanta Host Club J A l > einp < e > bow William
Sau 3 Max Sau 9 < J c Dempaey stroke
It was a hot contest from start to tlnlli The
Atnlnntan took the water first closely followed
by the Bradfords Over on the Worcester
Bhore there wero signs of trouble and In no
less than a hundred rods the Albanya and the
Ottawas woro all mixed together Bofcroa
Btlmosnn railed thorn all back tom a fresh
start and lu n low moments all wero nt It
again As In tho first heat tho Atalantns
lumPed In ahead the Brad folds wore after
them for business unclltho Argonauts woro trio
dope for comfort Tho Atalantas Wore off
their course before n quarter of n mile hail
been rowed and thelBrndfnrds wore soon on
even terms with them Then tim Atalantns
lost more ground by running over to thu
Shrewsbury shore and the Argonauts began to
crowd thorn for second place At the mile
stake the Brndfords were booked UB sure win
ners having n lend of three lengths and
crossed the line a length ahead lnH40 < Ala
mntna second In 813 Argonauts third Al
bnuys fourth Ottnwns last
Then came the mmrt rnea orefourth of a
mile with tliono entrloa James I Fox Cres
cent Boat Club John E Nagla Metropolitan
Honing Club AVIlllam Cnffrey Lawrence
Canoe Club Edwnrd Cnrnoy Institute Boat
Club George Ireeth Yarunn Boat Club E
Newton Atherton Metropolitan Bowlnc Club
and George J Kirby Iawluckot Boat dub
Frreth did not start It was a pretty race
while it lasted Carney winning In 122to with
Caffrey second In lt3K Naglo and Kirby on
equal terms for third place Atherton filth and
Fox last
The umptrn and stnrter was Walter Htlmp
son President nf the New England Amateur
Begatta Association
OFF LONG J1EACI
Fonr Sloop And a Hchooner In am Oceam
llace Tlie Bate MarIe Win
An ocean yacht race wan sailed off Long
Beach osterdar The race was open for
yachts working boats sloops or schooners
Hloops were not to exceed forty feet and
schooners not to exceed fifty feet on the water
line A nlnotoonmlle course was sailed over
beginning at n etakeboat opposite iho Long
Beach Hotel wast to and around Hog Island
Inlet buoy then south to the Iberia buoy
rounding It on tho port side and then north
east around the Point Lookout bnoy to tho
starting point No time alowanco waa made
Four sloops and one schooner Balled A big
crowd witnessed tho start The signal gun
was fired at 10H The yachts crossed the lino
on n northeast wind the sloop Htella heading
tbe fleet The Clara was second and the
Hcbooner Houd third The ether followed nt
abort intervals Once clear of the shore the
schooner Hcud bezan tQ overhaul tho sloops
In the lead She rounded the Hog Island
buoy and tha Iberia buoy ecral seconds
ahead of the sloops The sloop Base Mnrjo
which was among the last to cross the starting
line outsailed the Sensation and Htolln and
was Boon In the wake ot tim Clara On tacking ta
front Point Lookout the Hose Marie bit the
other sloops behind and then passed lisa
EchoonerHcud The HemS then bogart falling
behind and woe last at the llulsb The Kosa
Mario won the racn with the Clara second stud
tho Honsatlon third The first prize WUB a
pewter mug blue pennant and tO In cash
second prize rod pennant and 20 In Cast
third prize white pennant and 15 in cash
nummary
tiocrs Klaptni
Start nnlttt nme
Jttwne Owners n M s u a s n M a
Pltlia Cant II Ilulise lo 3114 i 3M 3 a a ut
Clara H J CnaDman Ir 10 W 1 31 41 3 115 41
fctusatlnnThomas II Terry 10 3d 30 1 5i o o 2 67 oo
RoseMarleJ Henry Work In so Ji i M 31 3 ta 47
scuooxtav
ScudCaptanWinckln 10 30 I so 27 3 137
The Parkway Gun Club
Tlie arisen members of the Parkway Gun Club who
assembled at Millers Dexter lark yesterday did some
remarkably good shooting only Is ot tbe tIn I pigeons
fired at In the regular competition getting away Three
of the contestanta J Blake W Levers and Farmer
renn < tt tied on full scorss of 7 esch for the flub
meilal and first limit In the shootoff Levens mined
in the Oftia rotino the other two continuing until the
ninth round when tlennelt bird slthough hit hard on
second Ire l dropped deal half a fuut outside the rear
boundary which under the new rule of the club runs
on a line with the nuulile edge of the platform inc
stieepsMles which followed K Ihlcker Jr J Dennett
A Auilre s stud J 1 bavage were the winners The re
suits
Regular rIots shoot 7 birds each man tinder modi
fled ilurllngtiam rules cm hsndlcap MI yaros bound
ary K Hlelnhenser J7 yards it 1 lake ft yard 7
II sielnhenier 25 yards ft IS Helgans V7 yards u II
Hook mi B 21 yards u J hailer VI yards a II Bran
well XI yards fti M Meyer 23 arils 2 tl llondtn ji
yards 4i A Andrswt ZS yards 4 K 1hlster Jr ft
yarns tf Col SeUver 23 yards 4 J llinnelt 27 yards
71 1 J Savage 3 cards a
Ties for lint laceJ Blake ti V7 1et ass 4i J lien
0551 14
Sweepstake at Hires birds each man tits miss and
rut 3i yards rlseK Inliter 7 J Bennett 7 K
Btetnheoier n Col Helot er 4 II llooLman n A An
drews 1 J Savage 3 K llslgans 111 I ateUbcuser Il
Vf LciensU
Afnrkamen at CreeilDroor
There was a large atendence nsf members ottti Rev
soil HIghti Twelfth Thinicenli Tweuty seCond
Twenty third urtysvnth and Ssvefltyflrst Heal
menle N U tI N V at Crscdmsir yeitenday Ge
thsrd tree practtc day of the ecasun Th following
made lb requIred acores at 200 and NFl yard to quaIl
Sr mankeussu Cl IV Morloit ii ssrsail1 If ii
I toe hi ores Ii W Styles It A Caidweli e Untie
Ii Longon 1 Ilcteiily II imneli 1 It tt are it rt
Hudson C A Itaidselu 13 A Welch 0 ii StaIr A 1
tans Lii I ileiltt I I Steiner e hi Swain
It 5 IltelTall II 5 Siyies C Ii ilcestruder y UerIiau
len C 1 Iubhy IS I Osborne 2 Peeler 11 tc
I 05CC K N Adler H llorman J N Ilerilioft II 15
Pollard 1 4 wan C leut V 5 tltjhter SI J i elI
loan I Stuart Ii Meets J A McCloske1 W P itui
cr1 t Casper F II Ilotibs J 5 Teuny is H Pr
colt IV K Gouglaxu 8 1 koreusil Mengs N
lIvening It Sitnuosons 1 It Veler is 0 Yetisrson J
I I F Itelilv V Knlmier 2 1 Furdy H leer A
F Jumelebarl If tiorruman J Vagaostte is Kryse4
U 2 htasssun 15 it jljwss 5 J Ccvi is Ysiss A 0
Yarwell IF 4 15mb 2 A swan 3 II ihilig 2 1 hog
list it P Murray V T Mabouv ii lrry
S
TalHX JJittMI
I
Mnlolirt at Avlnirr rack
Astrnr Itiiii Auif 11 A tennli tournament hegam
yesterday on the grounds of tlie Norrrlia flub at Edo j
cntlonal Hall Tin rprnlng g line ia at doutles
Vamtiel 1 Tall of PhllaileinMi soil Morgan Allen Of
raterson ilereailnic II Muienl llakrr if i > Anbury Iark i
ansi J Ulltert hf New 1 urk lue score Was 114 and 1
02 I
ihomltoul and tnrriis is ens lnatlirl simalnot Rater 1
and lItberl The frmrn wilt I I lie inn or and b I
liI Ilarnlstead inii 1Istnle Itl rned nsrkehs Soc i
lisa anus Ic isie st slligle I lOli ii Oil I be met isy a
sore of il7 vuS liCrIntsiilt tIle I si lust Iii score
being 04 slid 4Il
Allelt who wee a tattler wish Tilde in this doubles
plaucit 8ttfeolShsil Well ty 1 inS 114 In 1155
elxtis anS Sisal eveilt of ii hIsy the ieet rlyiu was
done Tis lUst Pet wa3 IVoi I Iwe3 114 and
ilrowa took the two list sell siiil this gaiso iiy 4b and i
34s I
The ifcond tlayft rime nf the Inurntitiif began this
tnorntiiic lue tirat event was nt iniiv billiard and ft
llnrmHtead plarfd Coombs ami Tilomss sOt beat tie
latter team uy a Bri > ro of tii and it i In lie MCnil
event sWiTui aud 1nn I beat lllll mid fiiinn by m ccss
of IlI i atst l liS > ejni nnd Uowly wire then pitted t 1
acairet Tall ami Allen Tile lines out of Hi gime wnc 1
won hr score of ii2 Nrjrua and Allen took this two
rem ttulni PU and the game UI mul 0 I The rnnriti
and Ui event In the loilt115 ii 5 i bctvreen 1tioinpua I
and Uoomli and Mllturd Htid Hnnniteail TtiC plnrinf
bt bells titmn was very ftliiup nml fnnny 1relty pin
were mode Ml lard cud lUrmntvad flnallr won Uy a
cure Ct esS and 114 i In the trKl < 5 ii ill brat Lawrence
by tiS end C 51 1 The unit iimtcti nt SluICes WAI be
twren limn n young t1tHltll plaer and J flhl
Uuun Tlio latter vat an easy Inner by 0li 64 03
The oopcrBtovn Toiti numrnt
Crania tlorik rooncRTow K Y Ace 13The
fourth armuul tournammt 03 the Voper HouRe proun31 c
began tcUy The lImit round In the irrntlemeniilo
gtes Mal plnje l and a part ot tho preliminary and Ant 4
rounds In the itelmilemeiss dublcs Out of the sIxteen
shines Ill tie Ilrnt eteut il0nO WAS 151st ll absentee ansi ft
In etht contests come very pnetty 5inv wits ebhibtled I
nolably In the liatei butwee Mr S it man mtthand
Mr H it Wright Tls tattler bollS wi this event for
the tat two years Was oelierai regarded a c sure
xlnnr but wills Played vlttt irreMt fiierrjr la the Snot
set which he won bi a mono of lit j From toll ou
45 rlihits play Inipiovod and Isv cit ret let I In taklntf this
next two ieti and the mates In ills ttme with Mr K
R 1erLliiat Mr H < > lirilnc fthnwru great tmtirnrement
over Mi litet yrnrn form Hi sis Imrdly itrnnff
enougb tn get awnyntth his mnre experienced oppo i
nent wliub careful lies log ci rniuall won the match
Ui5elc2 The iroreti
Ornmraru SIngles tint I Round Mr A D UcKtm
heat SIr iarrullM < < th 2SI l 65 til I Mr U A Jar
ten bent Mr K V Utirtcao t5 tiI Mr J H Cnsbman
teatUU I V iiburn tt4 13 Mr h It rerktoib a
Mr H D Uralne o3 14 X 12 Mr M K 14 rIght beat
Mr a U Hiniilu al4t IlI I IS Mr J P 1 ilrownlnr beat
K F I llawket 041 ft5 i u Mr J McKra beat W II
Uannluit tI2 flI Mr U liuhman beat Mr O n
Clirke UI 1 tt2
Oeiitlemeii Imtbles rrcimlnarr Round Mr J P
BrownlTtaf and Mr U U Ierklni beat Mr U IIyd I
Clarke and fin R H I heeler Rl n 3
rlmt lount Mr M IL 51 rIght and Mr R W SmIth
beat Mr A U MeKIm cost Mr WJ A MflKlm o 4
o4i Sir H c 1 Uralne and Mr J B CTjihmao Jr t > M
Mr II K Sill and Mr W K Olmtead 5l4 O3
The Nnliunt TennIs Tournitmvnt
IvN Hues Atig 12Tn the Valiant SportIng Club
tennis tournament today Fears beat Mansflsid 63
02 Henri beat slocum CS 157 Campbell beat
huntington 7i 0 12
Time lohneonMaEee Match
The natatorial experts R r I Magee of Baltimore
Slil and Juhn B Johnoil of Kngland met at TUB soy j
orhce yesterday lint l failed tn acres upon a match aa
harry 15 ebb Johnsons manauer stated after eon
slderable dlscuislon that lie wanted until this after
noon at 4 oclock In order tn ascertain the terms of a
match which lie U non neirotiittlng for with another d
swimmer li > ih hide want tu make the mateh John
son personal ctnllnir that h < In willing to concede
anything tn accommodate the Ilaltlmorenn rather than S
allow the latter tn return home rnd say that he could
not get on a match 1
The Treiinnnt Gun Club
The following score were made hr the members of
the Trrmnnt Jim olnii whit participated In the monthly 0
shoot at Iarkvllle 1 I II Klagklei 17 II Uelsner
lit J O Armnu 11 I K Struck 11 U Smith 10 The
target were nl nOail blue rocks twenty lot each man S
at eighteen yards rise
Trnlnlnc homing Ilceonst
EminvKTOwv X J Aug 13One hundred and fifty
limning plvenns of the Jerej Online Itgenn sinb tn
traIning for fall races were llherdteil thin mnriilnt
Slum llautlns s igeun loft 10 Hy to Newark and Jersey
Cliy
A wreitllng match wa arnngeil at Rlrhard K ross
ofllre eslerhi httwren Max lulthvir the excharo
pl ti auiNieur Hreitlfr of this city mid lolin Whitman i
better knort 555 Alax Art I Ir were i lgiieil fey a
match at mlxeil ttrestlinfr intro liomun and catch h aa
cNlchcan Itrtirr ttiifitr rnff sir p H t s i a clue and tile
gale money Each of the biiVers nf the wretlera
pouted K i and agreed upon Itu lutrd K Ktix if hnlil the
still C The LI nilit I t he deildeil In I hIs I city nn Aue
ft William K Shorting wis iiire il ilion is referee
ltitineir won the rhiint > loiianlp nt tile amatiir boxing
BUM wrestling tiMiriiAin iit last winter James Lavelie
Is oacklug him In the prnent match l

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