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THE SUN TUESDAY AUGUST 19 1890 8
BOTHER BASE BALL BREAK
xona TO mate INTO nn
AUBR1CAX ASSOCIATION
DI DeliedTh T
M il > T ra
W b Add Victor to
ni rooklrn tab
Thlr < Cr ltWe Ground t JlroUfr
4 I > srk0llier New anil Nott
Ih foll01S championship names yettorday resulted I
irnt IATOIII LIUOUJ I
York B
18 Now
Boston low
Brooklyn 81blladelphlB 8
Chicago 9 Pittsburgh S
Cincinnati 14 Clnelado
inn nATKiw JEAOUB
H Philadelphia 8
IrtOklrn 1 Phln <
Pittsburgh I Cleveland 0
Chicago 5 Buffalo 2
At New York rain
I THE AMEMCAN ASaOOlATlOS
lel Brooklyn 1
Tbe Nntlonnl aca
TUB nlUD
taL W nn r
1 n IM Chlearo 62 45 9
tJ1 33 New York41 W 434
Nla8 l 61 Cleveland na J313
nUalphlW CIIa1 003 PltUbur h l 70 Vtt
ORION K 119 HEW Tan 111
BOJTOX AUK lBThe Bostons won todays
BIN lh New York In the first Innlncc by
rattling llurkett BO that he didnt know
vhtthtr ho won In the box or In the soup lie
made olchterrorl and Clarke mude three more
Them together with 11 TO singles and one
thrMbsBEor yielded eight runs only twoot
which wero earned The game seemed lore
ilk faroa Burkelt was the only available
Stah a r taro was put iu the box but at tho
mootthat awlul slaughter Jim Slutrle tolo
ed tlt immed ately
Mphed Hharrott to como on
Et Burkett settled down BUll pitched
Dut Burket eamn after that first thO
inir a dolne bottor than the veteran
HSkion who was perhaps careless on DO
Mint ot the ble lead wbloh his Bide had taken
Siiof the New York runs woro earned four
niibilnBbuuchoJrnthe third and the tilth
to Cfnrte8
hklDEiV In tho llftn Inning Clarkes tinner
broken by a foul Up so that the bone pro
W is b tp
fradsJ throuuu Ihe flesh but I was almost
tdel throulb lb 1 io make him learo the
Biesssa mme Duckley came n nnd lie too retired
pie an Injured flncer Tho score
Wt IOSIO1 IK 11 i > w roas rl
01 a laro I Alit a laro lx
2 2 2 0 0 Tltmane t1 a I U 0
lit > 3 12 u U IIArk o U 0 u I l 1
illlTanirl 1 000 Rnckler c 0 0 1 0 0
g g g
T rII11 1 3 u o aC u 0 J 1 3
tjuwri 0 f 1 0 3 o o niKseoiicA I fc U 4 1 41
Xirraai > J g Y SVhlstler litbl 312 1 o i
lnnetko 1 7 0 0 Bueett3 < lbO 01 D o
01 U 2 a I McMillan r t C I 0 u o
rkson P Ituile It 0 11 1 0
taa Deuny 3d u0 03 2 0
rtU 1 3710 1 Burkett p 1 t o T I
Total s loir SO 7
Tot 102 2
OMOn 8 0003020 01S
Siw york o 0 8 0 2 0 U 0 U
I Barneil raniBoston S Kw York n Tirobie hit
t rI
Tooker Broil Three ban hillTucker Whlitler
Jicrinoe nlnflmllh Clarkseu Tleman CIrk m >
roa StolD hsesU > ng SalilTan SroJIe WcOarr
aal
bai on hAllioa Clarkion off
Ulincook CO Mrst f
Surkell eJrl mJo erroriNw York I T s ed
SaUOlarke J wild pltchssciarkson 2i Durlett e
Strnck outBroOle Lowe Mcdarr llurkett II Clark
CIft
MII Buckley Murphy VVhiiller nut Tinle I 0
Di Borkett Double plajrDennj anl WhliUer
Vaplrerawira y AUenJADoe251UL Ttmi2CKV
DBOOKIIN H 1 81 miLADKLPIHA K 1 3
The way Vlokery started In to pitch for the
PhlladolDhla team uzaliist tho llrooklyne on
th Washlniftoo Park grounds yesterday 8
Imply dlsoouraffluiz llo did not appear to
hive any desire to work bard and the result I
baT aJ the Brooklyns had a walkover In
the very Qrst lunlnc Ylckary through his wild
nuss sent lour men to first base and this was
the for tbo borne
tba means ot t loslnz came or
team raped a harvest by ecorlne three rues
In the seoond innlpe vlokery discovered tho
Plata but tha Brooklyn tootn had their aye on
Ihe bal and tho prottleat kind ol clean hitting
was witnessed Terry pitched a wlnalnB Kama
throuuhout For six Innlncs he hold the rbil
ttd lphlss down to three hits and these were
unproductive In tho lAt three InnloKS the
iliiladelpblns cot In four bits and a lew sacri
1100 hits which netted them throe r nB
Tha rounds wora rather soft owing to the
recent rain and sawdust bad to be sprinkled
around the bases ConHlderlnir the condition
of tbe Qe 1 the Holding on both sides was ot
the sharpest kind Tbe score
I t ony CK L
L 10 0 I ro L
L 0 0 2 1 0 Cola 2d b 8 2 0 2 0
lmnto b1 I 2 0 1 IIkn 8 b2 1 1 I 0
0 8 0 0 lura rt 2 8 1 0 0
ae C tO t2 2 0 0 0 Fou II bO I I 0 0
nompa 0 t 3 0 Trr 2 0 2 0
s d abu a a 8 1 2 1 0
5h1r A g gl Valr ii g 0 Z
vkr I I 0 Olrl tO 0 3 0 0
TeUll 8 j 21 Tall 8i26 j 1
Ull McCsulej declared ont for Interfering with bald
rktlAdllphlA 0 O 00 0 0 3 0 1 8
llriikiyn 8 8 1 0 0 u 1 0 8
giroed run PhUadalphla 3 Brooklyn S Lett on
tkiMPhiladelnhla 5 Brooklyn a nnt bAi on
errunrhtudelphu I 1 tint bAio on balls Off Terry
I 03 Mckery 6 struck out Clement 2 Allen
Vlcksry colifna Daly OBrien 1 J BacrUca bit
Icbrlvnr ilcCanley Foutx Umlth m Stolen
t Vtekery toUuui Carnthera UDrlen Three base
iSchrlver MoCauley Twobase hits Thompion
lollms Buma Torry Ht by pitcher Flnkney
ethers 51 UBrlen Double play Hchrlver Allen
sad 1 jicCAnluy lid pltcu Vickcry JAsied bAll
Daiy Umpire Lynch Time = 130 I Attendance i IUdZ
futcico C t 0 riTtsicion Co I S
Cincico Aur IB The Chicago team had bat little
trouble In winning to day Tho score
COGU to t rIOII C Iro
0 I 110r 8 b
oa 0 0 0 nkr p U 0 0 I
r I I 0 8err 0 0 1 a 0
la tO
Iba a u I Vcr u 0 a 1 0
no
trt l t g l oit
Jlrare 02 3 1 U Ion II b1 1 0 0 1
I 0 2 0 LYlo r a 1 0 0
1IolC2 8 0 I 0 TuAL 1 I 0 0
i i i ToW 8 2 i
Cl 0 8 6 0 0 0 0 I C
I 0 U 0 0 0 13
Ee roher 7 1llblrh 8 Twu
tlon KllrO cooo01 WIon 11r r
Wm
hlllurn 10 rIOGnaltla 11
I 8erloe billeahr lrrr Lt I > 611n
8n 00
ImoL I blAnao WIIn
Troax Decker Uonbl nlays Conner anq Anon
terrer karao and Wilson Struck ont Stern
CAnoll kutrfcca Osborn Truax raisid hall Hacker
ten on VAtea Chlcaro 01 Pittsburgh I Time liJS
Clle
lapliMcyaild Attendance Iaui
riKCIKRATI C S LX 141 I CLITKLAKD T r1 2
Cnciiimi Anr I Ko man ever played In worie
loik 1 than Lee vtau old thla afternoon the iram wai
iMt belorl out f ood hit wa made off him TTieioorei
cisciMiin I u CLirxLAMD Cr L 1
I tar 01 B
IcP 2 1 80 t oiika L t o 1000
ltllra 3J61 0 3 U 0 McKeana1 0 1 So
Carrrf j g Broalley l DO 2 f 0
Relllr lstb3 2 a 0 Virtu UJIIU o 4 a 0
anN 1 0 8 n DaTl c1 1 0101
1lb aao o WeilTr 3 a u 0
UeilUir c ti xsoi Zlmmer c n 1 10 I 2 0
lsrrtnjioaol 2 0 tiiArdner 2db0 1 i S 0
UslUne p 2890 gl Vlau j a f a
TctAls141S i l l Totali i I 2 i 2
Cincinnati y u o 0 4 I 7 0 = 14
CIlTelsil o OOlOUt 10 8
Earned roniClnclnnatl IL I Twobale hluBeard
narrlDfton VTeit XlcKean Three btie hitsMarr
Jfertie BMI an balliLatham Ollka MaKian
ir
Bmsllej Virtue O Ar < Jn r Ilolllday Double IiUrs
JArd McPhie Dtro Bell r Latham and tbfnee I
S I bjllli nttMclhee rrlnition HollldAy Whd plwhAlullan Mullane Vlu UoKean tJmplr
trtef Atundance1431
i The Plajcra Lea
Tn BE D
nb Jl 1 rC r rhldlpIILoa fL 1u
1 U7
t 61 4
CrOkr 1 U
8
7 t G 5
rrkS 1ulo3Q t 30
lBOKLTN I 11 rU1LADELlU 11 B
PUCLILI AuI 18 I ther io HUt
thloir euler In the bnsa bal business than the
Brooklyn PlarorH Club please send It Ibis
llls
way That Is I what the baso ball cranks here
ay The sun which waa bidden Behind I the
clouds ail day peeped out and saw ngw things
were golne on In Vhlladelphla and flW ton crept I
back and remained there Just 8 soon as old
Bol dropped out ot sight thane Brooklyn
ohurctimen spat on tbeFr hands imlled down
J nlr W Ov9r their eyes eauc a few notes or
Ooodlre Sweetheart1 and in almost less
time than It takes to tel It they ran up enough
It enpuil
runs to pliioo them right at the heels of tha
pal brothers ItwBSlnthe tilth inning that
Dy began their work and they rested lust
onr enough to regain their second wind
BtlohretnrDad t them In the eighth Inning
JVifwerS nlno mn who aced young Knell
In that Inning and betore the side was put out
the score stood 1 to 8 iu their favor The Boor
raiuiuniiA C r LI noour C r L
laro I 1 r o A x
Irmnat t I O r 1
8 2 I Aao LO t2 8X00
t2
Irl t2 0 lne 24 U2 9 s a o
y 110 U O
w A g d g
tt I 2 4 I O
lu 8 0 r 1000
t bl 1024
A
11 l t I g I t
lt 2 0 0 C lmmlr 00070
TO i i Tot n i r s i i
IPbl J 2 2 3 a 0 0 U 0 I
0 0 2 6 U U
wEu3 rhlldlohia It BrooMra a Twobale
EtldDhlPbl 1Iror8
I
Uonie > Orinin DaUer TrMlMLi hluiTLli41 Knell
ae tauO 1
liSi mn t7MVloVluTll t0 W > t ry ox Wood I I
ikUL < ilwl MlWr ffl urtal Dalliy I Anarew t
ell l lif ll1Jt rickett nd Ulllliani Ward
trn ua n4 a f utn a rWI 4 Phil aJ BrooF
Rllak fUfan 12 SIMhdla rotarly
llemiulnr Kondarirl bate oa rr
I 11
JI IIP11 Irnklrn d rirst hue on iTaliOrtfl
I 1 onr MUUrn J01 t lue 11 l
Ir d 11 bPIbd 101 luado WI4
uI UDIIOa ebr
n 11 aLD I
ILOI I at
Oalr
o lrl atrta V I
i la ltb aUtUalUllU
rnal IAOI bnl Unit cmt tbi ball for k IhrMbaMr an4
llnul Tk uent Ubar al
mlvu L cmLU I
nM a o a r I 0 A
rwalnr
Thn 2 0 0 DIhalLO I a
Jokl II bO 0 10 0 U Lkln 11 bO I 0 a
f Ili I A L r big II f I
r I 1 i 3 g
nablnaod1 0 a I I ronooO 1 2 0
UI 2 0 3 I IUI pa 2 0 B 0
TII i i To 87 i
ntutrnrib 0 a a a 0 I 0 05
Iliratand 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 O O3
ran Earned Urownlnr rnnePltUboffh MeWll Thr baiehltM Twobae I > ner hlliCorco I Knebne
OalTlm Tetxau Bacrlnce hltijVlener Kuhn IMib n
on urownluf Delebanly Larkln Tebeao Moulll
Itolen baieafleckley I oarrotL Knelma noblneon Uele
lanty Double pray Robtnion and Beokley IJaiee
R l nalo otBeokleT
m balliCarron fi McAleer B
Hanlon OalvlnBrennan Payed ball Brennan wild
lnlon OIVIlpDUO wld
iltchMcUIlL n on ba eiPlitiliurih i ctiTeland
aacc r iu lh nral lsss t umplreiXnlf ht and Jcntt t
coO r u Bt omu > C r IX 2
BcmuvAuir taThe Ohlcatoi won the aam here
Itday Theicorei
ICTMIO r tX caicico I uV
a 10 l R le roK
Hey o o 2 oo Dnffy r t 3 u l
I
g g
Maoke P o s 4 18 iNrf
Twite hell rfO I 1 u o RIoota o 1 o o
Wise Id 6 1 t 4 1 II ll lit bl 0 I i l
Beeeber I ca o 0 0 fifrerTld bO 1 i 3 o
Uwe 0 081 l yle a 0 I o u
I g
g
White 84 b0 1 O 2 I fuamin abo i a o
yaali lit bO tin 0 Bait Ian a a0 1 a a 0
DddI o 1 10 KIr 01000
Totali 2 G 2 i 4 Total S 12 0 2
01 OOOOOO 1 J
chic7foVVVi t i u o o o o o OA
Earned rnn Buffalo Twobat lilt Beeeher Bain
onbilliHy Haddock 4i by WDrblt ktruok ont br
tll t W tl 13 b r Di pAorlfJe
nnlo 7 ChlAro e nou l rlrWI an4
WUo ddoel TmTo 10Uf m
plre anyCr and Fare Attendance 1113
Tk marlcaiD Aooao
TTIE RECORD
nubs Wen Lett Fct trm ten ra
rc nl 1 l
LoutiTlll W 1 639 Oolnmbu47 f 311
BU 1XIUUM 87 601 I Kooheeter4S 4A MI
tL LulM 1
Alhletlo4S 44 aT rf3 D4 417
ToII07 Alhllo > 43 UrookUra 37 to 290
TOLIDO Si aaOOKlVM Ca A t
Tonne Anr IIToloo put Doty the pitcher of the
Tountitown TrirlUte leirue team Into the box today
and h woold bar ihnt Brooklyn ont but Car a pallid
ball by llogeia Th score
touimt mnoltTX A AV
alarai1 10
Wflchlalb 3 H I > ou elionr il oo
Tebeau0 f 0 O O 0 owe f 1 tO u 4 0 0
lTOrl MUJ a u 3 0 Val le 10 1210
Twartwoodrtl 3 400 narlenlitb0 2 IU 1 2
Nlchol on3d b0 100 Pilta0 tO 2 2 u p
vinayk 7lfVO 020 0 UerhirdCsSbO 144 1
Bchliteckaa1 148 01 Hu a 0 i 4 2 g
Boirero u 061 0 gpg 1 0 6
Dofyp 0 ooo uroriee o o 0 2 S
Tol 1 10 27 1 0 Total 1 9 2 IS I
12003000 o
00000100 oa
Earned rani Tol do 2 Twobi hit AlTord
noni romwilch Stolen bale s I J Mlchol
ion Bohlibeok 2V Doable plaTichlh ok and
wileh lablbak lson Schlebeck and Weloli Klritba
on b lliba Mnrphr 4s off Doty 1 SiorWoe Mti
lioly BoweiritaT Btrnekontny Mnrphr 2i by DOlT
81rucl ontDr
4 Paiaed balURorera 2 Tlml4i Umpire
Doesouer Attindaac 3UX
Thj AUaaUe Aaaoolntlom
TOE IlKOOnlX
a IWI irton l ra mm tea r
W
BalUmor 71 83 793 Waahlniton3 47 447
DIUmO7 a 780 llarrlibtirf3t M 84
NttII BO M7 wiimlniu > a2a oo 320
Ltbanon 41 41 t Uarltor4tt 00 lOB
Riuimaa 1 nnwiai 0
The ami between 1Irk and llarrUbnrgat Mew
ark yciterday wai a pltcbin battle thronrEout and
Jtbonih tba Ttilton were outplayed at altrlp point
tbey managed to win Oranfi phenomenal itnp In tho
ninth innlnir prerentlnt the Nat from Hem the
icor If not wlnnlnc the fame Tha field work ot both
teami wai brilliant Theicorei
KIWIU ana
BipraAx PIP r oA x
Johnton LfO 1 iot 0 I nn 2d bIritt
OtlbirAdb 0303 0 oominfer r i 6 o 3 O 0
51oI rmtt2bO O 0 4 0 Jon L f 0 0 2 0 0
itaniauTo tO o ft S 0 Irani a l 0 o 1 II S
8l5thaV0 024 olM raVutbJI 0 9 0 0
Mnrvnye io 2 t 1 ol roDl roat db 1 0320
ntiferaldUtbO 018 0 0 Bommers o 0 2230
CbUaVr t 0 811 0 OValle ol 0 1 1 0 u
Jllller 002 0 BAXlerIO 0 2 1 O
Total O 27 lS 0 TOlal1 43711 3
Knwark 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 00
narriibiirir o o o o o o i o ot
TwobAie hitGilbert Sacrifice hltiVanielL Fltirer
ald Valler Baiter til Stolen baiea Murphy Bun
Btee on ballaNewark I a HarrlibuTr I 4 Baiapnerron
Ifewart I tCr on baieiNewark 7 Uarrliburg 7
Struct ont Newark 3 llarrlibnnr s tilt by pitcher
Bommeri Doable vlayMcDermltt I SmltH and Hit
V 1 I1 IbI aJ
tr Time 140 Umpire Valintlna Attendance
Iou
At aiLTTMOKK
Baltimore 1 03031 17
Wilmington o o 1 o o 0 01
Batterlei OBonrka and Towniend Andenon and
WlllUmi BAM hlta unltlmore 13 Vllmlnirton C
Brrora Baltimore 21 Wllmtngton 4 Umpire Hunt
AT KIW nATBjr
NewIIaTen 0 Ao o 0 o 0 10
Lobanono u o t u 8 0 u 117
Batterlei Homer and flofford Smith Coomba and
HcCatrrer Baae hlt New llaven i Labaaon is
BrrorlSew llaren It Lebanon Attendance SCO
BTW TOSIC STATE LTAaUE
AT tmcA
111e0
3 O 1 0 3 4 I 3 013
Uneonlas 3 0 14000008
Other Onmea
AT KIW war
nirlea 1 0100803 38
Brnniwlck l oooa30UO
Tbe Attendance Ycaterdar
AI Ltaaw lfratltlTAoo4
ow Tort Bain
Brooklyn JJ83
Itoiton 3310
PJilladelphla 2819
Cincinnati 1431
Chicago J3UI
BnEalo ll > 8
lill
Plttibnrfh
Totala 0334 63J7
Caimca 1odar
KinOHAL UiCDA
Bottom T New York at Hoiton
Brooklyn ra Phlladeiphla at Waihlturton Park Two
Chicago ra Pltubnrrh at Ctleaio
Cincinnati va Cleveland at Cincinnati
rLATiai uuoca
Kaw York n Beaton at Brotherhood Park
Philadelphia Ta Brooklrn at Philadelphia
t1r
Pltteburtb n Clereland at Pltuburin
UnOalo n Cnlcaro at Buffalo
AMKIIOAM AIIOCIATIOV
ColumbniTm Brooklyn at Columbna
louliTlll n Alhletlca at LanliTUla
Toledo Ta frraenao at Toledo
St Louie TA Boeheiter at St Lonla
ATLAKT10 AIIOC1AT10X
Kewark va Harrliburg at Newark
Baltimore TS Wilmington atBaltlmora
Hew HaTin Ta Lohanaon at New 11 AT en
OTBia OAXII
OcraH n nnwA at Bidtewood
Out of tne > Atlantic Aaaoclotlan
BitTiKoni Auc 10 Barnloi alltfiance to the Atlan
tic Aatoclatlon bai been 10 barren of proOt that be baa
finally taken advantage of tbe opportunity to Jump
Into the American Allocution Thli cam In Ibo ibap
of a telegram from Preildent Morton of the Toledo
Club offering htm a franchtie Come correspondence
eniued which reiolted I In meeting In Cincinnati between
1lf8
tween Prealdent Philc ao the Avaoclatton and Man
arer Barnla whir tlte arrangementa wera perfected
According to tbeie Barule will I I play In tbe Atlanllo
Aioclatlon nntll Ang 37 when he will I bave hie Urlolei
In BL Loula and tliere play lili l flrit American AIIO
clatlongame euh Boai You der Abe hie old rWtrt
la mil known her who place al In tho Aeioouulon the
Orlolei I will take Tbe detcrtion of tbe Baltimore I team
will probably caoaa the oollapie of tha Atlantic Aaeo
elation
New of tbe American Aaaoclmtlo I
LociiTitut Ang la Praildtnt Ibelpe wai leen to
day by your oorreipondent regarding the rumor lent
out from New York to the affect that tbe IxmliTllle Bt
Louli and Athletlo Clnbe would deiert the American
Aiioclatlon for the Playeri LeaRu lloialdt There
U nothing whatever In tha report 10 far inli iiaaon
U I concerned II li I utterly without foundation Th
thru cluta mentioned will remain In the Aiaoclallon
aa will the other five rlubi H li I abinrd talk of any
cluU deierllng the mldit of a proiperoui leaion At
the director meiUng lail I week the tubjecl ot amal
gamation with the Brotherhood wai not mentioned
All reporta to the contrary are errnneoua Ofcourie
concerning future 1 can ny nothing became I fan
not tell what may happen The Anoclatlon haimade
a great deal of money thle year and the Auoclatlon U I
not going to make any aUlance that duel not pruinUe to
tncreaie Iu pro peril We are entirely content at
prneut to boo our own row and let otheri do the eame
Ireildeni Whlttaker who arrived wltb the AUIeilo
Club tblA mornluv laid ben ttueitloned about there
W m are perfectly latttfled where we are We
Krl > mad money and we are content vie do not
auttolaKe any rUVa Ytlinte tbe matter IIo IU
Aienelatlon 1 Art the other League ae proiperoui T 1
Ihluk Dot Well wedonot wavt tu take up anybody4
DgntA Well let well enough aloue Tueee repuru have
been und periodically during the entire leaitin and
I iiipuoi they wilt develop iiveral tlmei more bro
the end of the iiuon You mar make an authorita
tive denial for tbe Athletlo I management and I will lay
that tli rumor U dually untrue vf the other eluba
Manager chapman laid Ibe LouiiTUle Club did not
contemplate joining 1 the Playeri League but would re
main I In the Allocation While the I matter wae not
brought np at tun director meeting your oorreinond
utaieirialnad from a perfectly reliable lonrce hit II
nreib11I
wai broached ty the iartlea Alrecllr Iniereileo but
Jolt what aevlon they decided on could I not be learned
In eonveriAtlon with your correepoudent late I lait
night Manager Pal Power of the Kucbeeter Hub Intl
rotl
IIo 1Jn
tll that ne would lender ble re lgnatlon utUeae ha
ul abiolaic coalrol of the team He U not In the beet
of humo over the clubi pnur m fiat he attribute
uo l
ute to Ike management e refuiatlo allow htw tuiecure
the men ue wanted Had I ilgaed tba playeri I lied
In lewaaldhe tba alab would uowb where th
lruIafkp f dlli
LouevUI I team III l fb but I bave not boau alloitad to
do at 1 ILonrlil ball and conaegnemly our low poettlon
n the race u UI4 to me h lie aLw aald that bad Oalla
banbien allowed I to pitch they would bav won many
0 > 18110
Hegdng tb rumor that aplarer of the LonUrllle
Cb had m4 avartu to P fa Mrewnlag of the Plar
re Lee a for the LoaUvllle Club Uanager Cfeapmaa
aid I u aUeliuIr wllhaat feaadatun ai no loim
reft teAaaMevarwrUV aia w > fdUBr wnUg i
II Krtlem > erri woald notpatnim oa tbtUua tow
aaaim aiTwal uadw Mr iUftuaitaskia1
TltOVSLEINTZIJtfrAVTILVBDOATCLVn
Cup nills a > si Railcaa nacl Flvej Cdad
for tba Ofttea 8111 Forward
Th Tarnnat ld nelthbori and rival tho Ktntlln
Boat Club are at It again Thlitlmdti arow oyer Ih
captaincy or talker an expression et feeling agalnit
the occupant ot that office that h l closed kli I retire
ment from Hie position At thIl1 meellni ot th or
gialtatlon Capt Rudolph Illllman tendared his rule 1
nation but It WAI tabled At next month meeting It
will bo brought up again and It li I laid that It will be
accepted unanlmonily It li I laid by th members ot
th elub that Illllman hai aotiil In a very arbitrary
manner Mnc ha aiinmcdth dulliiof hlioffle and
that hit resignation li only enforced by th growing
r MI alt mr rg
dlisitufitlon mantfuled by th rowing I men of th
club In rinard to lUe captain1 not having toe club rep
relented at local util nut or town regattat
A prutnlneuc member ot the argaiitialton laid liar
porter of Timttux enerdyi rililmauhMrnadehlm
Mlf unpopnr aDd Tery inmber who has th leccesi
of Ibo Nautilus Host Ulnb at heart will be itladlu M
him Hire way to a more enerretlc man
Auiong thi cattdlditei put forward for the anticipated
vacant portion I ate toll Jo Andrews John rollock
William Holder James A ratrick and exOaptalnJo
leph Hlray Young Andriwa I a ion ef 1rofesior
Jamei Uooglaai Andrew the gymnsitlo director ot the
Brooklyn Young Men Christian Auoel lon and III U
antlcipat that lie will 1 accept the position as he U
really Interested In every movtnnt of nil olnbmite
lilt knowledt of allround 1 athletic l Is espected to ma
terially tienat tb organisation alio
The National Croquet Tonrt raent
Nomricn AOK Id The glint nf nickel tipped mallets
and oUok of polished hardwood bill on theeteepilde
ot Clltt itreit hill now and then thli afternoon pro
claimed the advent of the annual tournament the
National Croquet Association Most ct the veterani of
pait tournament already on the grounds thouch
the championship gatnii will not let Innntll tomorrow
Horn oame Patnrday otheri to day a few itraggleri
will arrive to morrow dome ot th brownfaced ei
pern oame directly from Cottage City where they have
been chaslnr the croquet bill for a week or to Cloud
oTercaittheiky andbU ralndropi fill thli forenoon
In th afternoon Ih iky wai brilliant and AW the cro
quet ihirpi gathered ou the rounds Altcrdlnner
aoolal famei were played
Ihe following I well known cliamploni are brli Trot
Jacouas Uprlngfleld Mass s ueorg A Gammon Lynni
It M Baldwin and H i Barnuin lianunryi 6
Spauldliif II N itpauldlng aud UllllatnA Prelton
luwnientl llarbort 1 lb V DrtT r Abratn Vambold and
1anl La Tourettu SUien lilandi ilenrfte W Johnson
Charles Ureenilitl Joiepli Ullbroogh Joseph Adami
and Jamei Unton Philadelphia V II Apr or the
Aiuury drove Club aud Ueorge W Nclherson both of
Trenton the ne 1 II Qenuond Tarrytowct St Her
bert forler Irtldsntot tne AnualMlen Boston II K
port Par Hew Norlliampion torkcltri Ldward rhltlp Oermond Barrett and and Dr Oherlei liaveu K
Smith ot the Martha Mneyard club br Held u I ex
pected from Now lor tomorrow and three men front
nprngneld Man
Hi Norwich Club hainot chocn IU champloni aa
yet tit U li I likely that Iish the ireateit gcnioi at
croquet In the country will wield a stick for the tiom
clnb The grounds Hill ieaion are In fine condition
though little has been done in tbe wav ot ItnproTlng
them They are well nigh perfect any war There are
hvmaJ fr wrllr l
Ore court terraced on the steep lilllsld nnd they I
looked lito etiurmoul gravel blicult Din Two aro
light 1 swing over ch court A relied Untie I cushion
has been addd to court N 1 so that now all th
courli hT tuat lort ut a million
The I ta ttl elect rtlfo morrow night The
championship gamei will b played a heretofore by
lg K IbIJ IM f
divisions and only bydaylliat There 111 be loclel
itamei at night under the electric ort The commit
teea for Ibo tournament were named thli Afternoon
Committee of Arranreineuti n hitman Kied Harris
Tntta mini Finance Committee Jacobus Bllbrough
hh D1Ij
Murnhani Cox Drlrer Committee on BulelOer
mono Bryant tlcliwen The plsren are all In tool
form brown rurged and eager for the battle to open
A rllo botween ureeuslltl and Ilsldoln who were
tied fnr flrit place In the lecond division lait year wai
plated thli aftirnoon and Baldwin won the came thu
entitling him to Ibo out pace In the lecond illusion
The JllTc1 IIlc OntliiB
One of In belt known social political organliatloni
In the city Tlie Hirsts of the Eleventh ward held
their annual gamn at reteleri Cedar Beach Grov
Kew Dorp a I
The parly win uniformed In while outing ililrti felt
hats blaok tromeri and white ties and they presented
A very neat appearance
The flrit event wai th halfmile run for which a gold
medal wa offered for frit and a nerllnit illver medal
f or second prlla lilthtten men faeed Starter Jamei
Savage Jr and a most exciting race wai finally won
CyM Wolf with J J CroHley lecoail Time 2 mtu
nte 23 canO
TheracotoVliald jaded men which followed I created
91 t
mnoh merriment Tfie distance wsi i yards Tlie
race waa won by rreil Uunit with red lirenuersecond
Time 2144 aeconda A iliavlng set wa the prise
tt ialrh f3buda
1
The 1 old follow I had a cuinee lo try for a goldheaded
cane In the nxt rnte acne furlonir run tor old men
Ueurge rtoessler proTrd that he still retain lots ot vlxor
by winning a good race r Klnneyan sot second
Twelve atirted lline 31V stconds
A goldheaded umbrella proved a potent attraction
for tn fat men as twentyona of them entered the 200
yard rac for heavy veUntA Henry Bchenck won
with ko Newbans second Time 811 eeconds
By all o1 < 1e the one mile ran WAS the best contest of
the day Twenty u > reitariri competed At th word
1 Ir
all got off well alternating In the ml rdp to ttie lait I
lap B Wurtbercer fin illy won a soud rnie with red
ciirinhs lecond Tim a minutes u > 4 leconds
The nek race wai laughable as all the competttora
took turn In trying to rind soft places In the track to
IXI J II naaJl eol nN 1 111
He dowu on K Miller I managed to win with A llaller
econd llm 4H leconda Irlrcs icold and surer
inedala
The tripod or threelegged rsce was close np to the
lait ten yarda T Kus and J Kateriteln vtre the
Incky team winning In OIH lecouds bach mm got au
oil pslntlog
The greaced pig cbue concluded Ihe dayuport The
porter wai a lltely fellow M l led the ho l > > e a live y
ehsie all over th place AndyRuai nnallr cot him by
l wnOl =
J
the 1 ler aud nangloiron I won the pU ai a prise
The dinner lolluwed It was served Admirably and
the hungry lUTAia did fall Justice to a moil excellent
menu
Oaronma Ir rca IVnnti Another Race
Jack Largan the exchampion English oarsman who
wai recently defeated hy George Le at Oyster Bay li I
anxloui for another race largan clatmi thit he owee
hll defeat lo not being properly boated Th luell
which be naed In tlie race was a lot too small for him
yt I clro roll r rr acTh i
Largo h ao dlpoltd oC 10 a mmbr ot IMlro
lIoae Club na h nrderd d odar b1I
rrvm innee uf rntlajeipnia no in reari trone by built
tIt h0
honti noder the lupervlston of tua famous xlarry
Claiper of Bngland
Slntteraon Jlefeata Htepliensom
BTDIIIT N K W Aug laKeil Matterson the can
man lod lay defeated Blephenson on the Paramatta
Hirer by four lengtha The course was covered In 2U
mlnutei 47 Mronit
Xbe 1lDKlsalilton Tennt Toarnament
Th nmghamton Country Club will hold ncond
annual open tennis tournament under tho rules of the
national Association at the club ground beginning
Jisir M on Tneedav Sept 6 frirei will be olereit In
gentlemen lnlea and doubles ntrlei will close on
lIpllj
Fnntball
A meeting of the American Football 1 Auoclatlon will
t held 1 i Clrls I Hose Iliiuie Ugden llrrel Newark
on baturday Aibuitneia or Imiwrtanc will b trans
acted It U expicted that diiegatea will be on hand
promptly
A new football elub to play nnder Auoclatlon rnln I
lias been formed at New llocneile and called the New
trAa yootball Club Jarnei Ross Connor ut Kew
Bochelle U the manager aud will aniwer all Inquiries
of applicants for memborihip a well ai commnnlca
tlenl in regard to gamei to be playid thli season
Mr Rnbert Waarbrnok who has been lecretary and
mana > er of the 1onfellows vinre the club wai organ
lied nearly three yean agobaa reilgned hi eoice boil
Hen having called him nut or town All comuinnlca
ttoni from elube wishing tn play against the Longfellow
b1 uaa I 1J oUr II
thli leaiun ihould b addreued tu the new Uecretry
U fetus 172 rrospect avenue Brooklyn
Tb Irfingfellowi won tb Batnrilay match at Rldf
wood quit eailly I from fh Thlltle FnntlAll Club of Ints
city by a score ot 3110loto I although the great and
onfy rlynnplare < aabaokforthe weareriof the thlille
Both taami scored one goel In Ih nrst half of the gams
and Ihe Longfellowi added two wore during the eeoond
halt CAinenmi brilliant play and neverceasing watcu
f nines In tb Thistles goal kept tlie Longfellow score
do w B to il point
HMWC Hnll Notein
AI Elm Irk on Bunday Maroon of Brooklyn IB
Oioeolnl fi
At Weit Point ysterJr tli Bvlvani of Ihli city and
the ITeit 1olnt nine played the latter winning by a
core oc 7 to 1
Uarby OBrln of tb Brooklyn ClI U team road hli
appearanc with th club yeiterday atler a long ab
iinee He wa cheerrd by tb crowd n hen he came to
the plate
At Newark lait Eatnrdav K T 10 Red Btocklngi
12 Tbe O M T have Aug 101 > open nnd would use 10
arranuo for that day with lome club that will give a
guarantee
BILTIVIUC Aug IB Trie Atlantic Aiioclallon man
agers bav decided lo ply 1100 games of the present
schedule up lo r > ept 1 wlun uew schedule will go Into
operation
Tlie Aetna Athletic have Aug 23 no 39 open and
rl t1 rl
would like to close Labor llay afternoon with eora
olnbln thTlclultv of New Brunswick V J Address
F W Tuoler 4 Produce Uxchaugo
A leriej of three games betwuen thi > Cuban Qlanta
and Ih Port Jervli cluti for 100 a side has been ar
ranged aud will le plarol ai followi Liberty N Y
Aug 20 Port Jenrla I Aug lMj I a Khiiuolaillen Aug
The Rochalots crosieU ban with the Black Mamondi
ot lUrlem at llocliulnt > lArk on rtunliy alteiuoon
Tne playing on both eldes could I not belp but please the
inoet fasttdtoui adrulrnrs of Ihe gauia The icon
Black Diamonds b Kfodsluts 4
With Parby UBrlen bsl the Brooklyn N L team
will have no use for Donovan 1 ai Terry and Carutheri
will alternate In left rI lie U a good outfielder anil
a splendid base runner but liU weak point li I with the
nick
Tl > Brooklyn and tb Phlladrlphla CS L learns will
play tno amii at Kashlngtcu Park to day for on ad
million Tlie tint came In the one postponed from
April 34 WI the Philadelphia I I Uam are willing two
games will alio be pliyeU off to morrow but tho
channel are the visitor will rot consent this The
flrit fame will be called at H P M
BLTIHOIK Aug mManager Barnla of Ihe Baltl
mer Ctab says of bai ball complication and ipecnla
tlonii Th American Association hu lonered too
rnuohatthabandi of th lirotbertiood Mnj could not
help It In Hi n ht Th Brotherhood will die a natural
death Tbe best way for th club under the national
acreement 10 treat th Brotherhood li I lo let I It aloue
It will dl of lt lf By Hi I way hl wuuld aay that
uo objection J could b raised If th Baltimore Club
should loin a ilronger organization Baltimore and
New Haven could not b blauiert It tnejr want Into another
11A1 11 IIlOlr
other and better association than tb Atlantic II li
Irlll that they ar now at the top In Ibelr nwu asaocla
lion but could there be a Inllliuate objection If they
touk the lall end of a itrungar association Jliltlook
at wlm I tbe American Assoilatlnu clubs hav done dor
Ing the lirrlenl > a m Mruoklvn Is I leading the Na
dun League lUUImon Is on lop In Ihe Atlantic An >
clillon > lid will li he leunint and Katiral Otty
r
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leads ib ttrsiwn League YOD can ruunl It ut net
Ih American Association will not dar to aid 1110
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for Jl LJI tlm and tt uiual rrlcri ti 91 M and S35Q
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CUT MUCKS IOK inooi Brasi multiplying
reels balance liandlei icrewrll eunhold Buofet Una
LV llueu reel llueioa I block 300 fietIMbreadliai
lathread 41 r IMbread 3c bnelltdbook singleguu
loo dmen double I6o I i treble 2oc Beaded iwlvela 1
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do each lut leaden t font IJc doieni 3 foot BOoi
8 foot 4 V Lirgl variety uf Wood tteela 1 MM4OO 7a
and SI 1 each bend yo stamp for Illustrated fIIltIe4
Tackle Catalogue fur IBWU
j y IAltHTEII
S3 COURT BT REAR CITY UAIL BROOKLTH JfT
IOJKN EVFNlKOa
SPECIAL SALE OF FISHING TACKLE
UNTIL SEPT 1
SScSriffl rlIK UKDlCEO Jttlhink eftb
prl rr till Tackl
A lIf01 fly Book fO 12 11101 Prlo A IOJIar4
N 1 lIultlplrl Cll t 11041 tor u11
A Bu LIJI 100 40 Ibrn4 to 51 all rI
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FAIR SPORT AT BRIGHTON
atara OVTCLAHHKII lUll offortBsxa
IN inn xaaneaiLa SACK
Father Bill Heir Tnkc Two Re Into
Ciimp With Itmem Dtevcom 11 Glen
wood ritUbarali JThir Kern nail n
HtroHK eondn r li B a IT
Olx races were decided at Brighton yester
day oxer a course that waa soft and muddy in
the extromo tho threomtlo soiling race which
was the feature of the programme being al
most a gift forEl T who outclassed his Held
many pounds
Bhotorer was the good thing in the opening
race but Lemon Blo 8om won with com para
tiro ease the lightweighted Alma filly scouring
the place Mlddlostone and Garrison hnd
things tholr own way In tho second the former
winning under tho whip llttsburgh Phil
should have won the fourth race with his new
purchase Eern Covlngton who had the
mount got Into a pocket however and Glen
mound under tho whip boat tho llnecln cast
off half a length Sorrento was tho good thine
for tho race but he sulked and was nevor dan
gerous llarthona won the race for twoyear
olds although handicapped by such a rider as
liondor tho plaio going to tho utern colt
Coldcrwood at n lone price In the betting
Tbo U mutual paid trtlM for A placo on Opi
dorwood who Is owned by Joe bar K Gorhardy
iha flnnl event was but an exorcising gallop
tor lit Luke
It Is moro thnn probable that Tenny will not
be started against the record at Brighton to
morrow as the track will not bo In lintclass
shapo by that time
THE rinoT IUCE
Iurn tOO ot which Vf to itcond for all
lilac alloivAnceit nr rurlnnm
W I1f l iy tx nc L mon Uloiiom to by lnk OUok
burn WilIU til Lcmtilty 1
n lluper ob ilam AIm 2 84 1IIlIJf 3
bl kfibr e Klnt Arthur of ed 1100 1rnoM 8
rth
slIi
bnblin I Mlr I t 4ii Bquindro tlihbtrt Bill lurry
Strllolr SbotoTtr anil c clll alio ran
Tlm ItiMM
MUIW Iold 1M 10
Tile SECOND DACX
ram 4ca of hlch I rJl to itctnJ far IbJar
oldt one inllo and a lxt nttk
W Gkm ir b 0 MidJlmiom by BIII tB < tty Lwlt
Parkvllii lUKLimbUr ntablii br Oarrlion imuiay 2 I
It llarptri b e Tappahannook W IllUt 3
t llarrlion Oiia aud Iorl l W aUoian
Tim l3
klutntli paid J2B 10 1J SO IIUI
TUB TniBO RACE
Fang ffno of which f 150 to itcond and CSOto third
for tbrfoytar old and upward ittllnr allowanceit
three ntllci
H lUrprft br h Klete 9 by KolgiNlnon Ill
Simrni 1
Atntula SuW bc Dundee a IH iF lrio a 2
Caatl A bonc ch r Bonanxa actd 101 lOallva 8
FoDiitU and IJocharl alu ran
Tlm > 3 KIU
UutmU paid 11075 I > i3 lit
THE FoUnT nACJI
Pnnt 8dCCL of which 1103 to r oond and IV to third
one mile and a farmer
I ualyib r uleumnnnd I by Olonmor Alice
H4Lainblr 1
II hinlihe b Co Kara t lui CO Corlnftonl 2
U llanklni lo a nr I Macbeta U 8 1M
Fraaol S
rlimmtne Vind annle II and Sorrento alio ran
llm a < i
UulnaUpatdftaU ezu1O 3801
TIIK Finn IIACE
Pnrie 100 of wtiloli 73 to lecond and 825 to third
for twoytar olda 1 lelllns allowance tbretqnarttri I ot
n mile
Gray A Coi eb f Bartbena by Fanitoi Hothnla
liudlrndcr 1
1 Uerhardyab Co UolderwooG 101 cr Anilervon 3
W C Daly ach a Uam PhenaTan 109Lambly a
flnaloa colt Sequence colt Ulideaway Kraucei a
Adatr Anitrlne colw and faHmore at0 ran
Time 111
Uulnali paid fzGO f 110 1140 MtU
THE srztn RACE
Fane O of which 73 to lecond an4 f iJ to third
forhorfei that have rnn In iteeplecbaie and burdU
racei ono mil
L L Lloyde rh g fit Luke aged by Botheration
I borf riupatrlcki I 1
n UWhltlenberifiiril Llnrolii nied I3Tlibe 2
W u Dalyjch c Ko er a laiK I McLaujhlln U
iUouewnll Zaocbar futurity and Oray Uownalio
finlnlaI Time 14 M
> ntna paid 1341 it 5 5137X
TUB JtdfXEllB OK TUB H810Hrs
An TJnproninble Day for n cker of Fa
iorlte > LODC Jack FII In the Hud
The track at Gattenbnrg was muddy and
sloppy yesterday and the talent met with re
verses only two out of the six races going to
favorites Gardner with ORourke up had the
fifth raco won near home but liergon by en
orgotla riding got Vigilant In by a hood In
front of Gardner Oltourka making no effort
to win at tho finish Ttero woro soreheads
too aftor the third raco which Ilattorsby lost
at tho finish tbrongh Perkins taking matters
too easily and permitting McDermott to send
Arizona fourth choice home winner by half u
length Slumber a U to 1 shot won the open
Ing dash by two lengths with Dr Jekyll n EO
to 1 chance second Iall Mall tho favorite
finishing in tbo rue It Long Jack was
a quiet tin In this race and was strongly
backed but bo slipped and fell on the baCK
stretcn bt Omer llrst Dolce In the second
race won as he pleased from thn ktart coming
homo three lengths In front of Crutches a 10
to l hors ntontown wus n point lavorlto
over Irono In the fourth rnco Irene won with
lialoutown at her flank Jiuckmonu at1li to 1
cantured the lost raco handily by four lenulhs
from ht Valentine Marty Jl losing the place
by a nose Here are the summaries
THE rinaT RACE
Fnn run of which M to econd lelllnt allow
ancrt three quarter of a mile
B HeTlnes br m slumber by Monday Fannl
wl in X Lyncti 1
Atlanilc L I Stable l 1ff if itr Jekrll 4 105 Tborpi 2
Lamauiey Hrntbrrl b a firmer 3 llu rlcln 3
Ill al l iin i Uarry Kuuell Baoqnrt Orattan
8b kf > pe rt Walt Pune and Ixmi Jack alio eturted
Loar Jack tIL
Xntoal paid 1815 Time fa45 lilMC 31 11
TUB SECOND RACE
lnri 3 IO of which tjO to itcond for maiden two
ear old five furlonK
J Uelongm btUIm Omer by BL BlalM OlltlDa
HIBnnn 1
Wadnon sublee b L Crntohea 112 Ortffln I
R J Mntohlneoni ob o ketohnm no llueeton a
Marlrold Kir Enola Caraccna 1arora lleuerra nllr
and Aieut alio ran
fin11m 1 Otli
Vutnali paid 310 j esoo
THE THIIID RACE
rifie 1300 of which 11 to aecood lelllnc allow
ance tli and a hair turlonil
U liahli ch x Arlrona 4 by Baden Baden Brenda
luHlollormolll I
B follliuib c Katteriby U 1U Pertini 2
R J UutchlDioni b c Lonelai 4 llu Un fton 3
Jack Batclielor Go Lucky Kluc I Idle Henry Uardy
Eea Kov TacltQi and Kinintock Uo ran
Tlme lJi
Uutnali paid > 2 6US Ile u
THE rounxn RACE
Fnri SftOO of which Titoncnad and t73 to Ihlr
ill 1 and a half f uroiin
u Walbnumicli 1 m Irane aied by Lour Taw Ben
Uh llu lUirteo 1
r K Smlibi oh Eaiontown < llu Thorpe a
1 U or b r Tanner 4 lix Harden 3
Uabel and Jack Itoie alio i ran
Tim 11I2I <
Mutual paid 4TS J ra fZi
TUR HFTH RACE
Furie 110 of which 173 In atcond and f2S to third
eelJlur I ullovanceit wll and a rurlonp
C J Kritri tli h Virllant f by BolntTlirlllne
W I a JUer t Koierii > etil ch c Uerdner < IIS c Ononrke i 1
J H Laueeu u Jiurller 6 l3nia ertr 8
Clay Stockton Lyeander and Toulon alio raa
Time Uoa
Uutuala paid HVB5 1310 371
THE SIXTH RACE
Furie 1100 of which U to lecond iellln allow
ancei leren furlonin
M VII > i blk li I buckitono ned by Rlonehence
Mary Buckler 118 Ueane 1
R J nutchliioaa 1 11111 valentine n llStlnaiion it
U J Kellyi oh o ManrB4 UHllerien a
i
cJI 1cb Ianouwr Tno Doctor and riD iiil
ttlly alio ran
Time 1 133
Mntuala paid SIII13 iu 7i1 t 1I1
lUllllB DAY AT ma aranfOB
Golden Be lAn Onuuirr Win the ZonE t
ICaoe of tbe ly
SAPATOI1A Aug lBTbo programme was
made up ot six purse races today The at
teudancowfts fair tbe weather delightful and
the racing fairly good Tbe llrst dash ended
In ft close finish National neoond choice win
ning with the favorite the Metagorda Illly at
his flank and the Utrategy colt losing tho place
by a neck Golden Heel at 8 to 1 against and
Eminence at 6 to 1 made a rattling finish In
the second raco Golden Real I beating Eminence
In by head The Vurlella Illly had
the call In the belting for the third race at 2 to
1 against with Forerunner second choice at
2 > i to 1 The Yarlela fllly bad two lengths the
beat of the nan leading the field to the home
etretch wbera Forerunner beaded her off and
won by length and ftTialf lady Uude tblrd
two lengtba l behind tba Vnrlela flllr Profligate
and Ju > enla were equal favorites the fourth
dash one mile Iroflicnto won after a bard
drive at the finish by a length from Eugenia
Carnot third obolca In tbo field of thirteen
won the fifth rao In a splendid finish by n
bead from Ounwid Frank Ward at 7tol
against captured the laat race handllr by n
length from Hamlet a 7 to 1 chance Ofaleoe a
UO to Isbot I ceiling third place The huinma
rles follow
TIIK rnuiT BACK
Iurie son of whlfh S SO to aieondi for loaldku tiro
year oldi Are lurlonya
Tucker A Charrri b o National by LeonatoeB
dolmelltlAllenl I
W tt Jennlad e en t dam Uilatorda 107 Taral t
I B eurami b o dam utralery 10 Clba8erl I
Major Thrown WajB OoUloui Capnoo queer
Otrk Uama ao4 MUirUorlMau raa
l IUlllAallllt l lil r teralUaal eu
1 II I U
to 1IQ 1 Ctprloa 4 W 1 1 a r Thtrnton B la 11 1 Wand B
and qe er Oln each a to It I tiraiexy eoltIlajiiaiin4 I
Mlitr Moraine eith 13 toll Culalong 010 I Mntnals
1101 SlJauTIIJ1
TIIR BKOOKD BACK
1nnifJOO of whlehdoo to e41 for thre year
oldi and upward one mile and a furloni
KiceKlor Btiblee b m Uoldin Reel e a by Rpand
thnftJaeet lIXThomMeu 1
Ker ilooe stablee br if BnVptaee 3 lOOMeDonaid 3
g
Malwia Villa Ktable I ri ell e Flood Tide 4 104 Allea a
AlmooL rilnjr and Mora alio raa
IltttlncAralDit Flood TlmMiJTW Tide 2 to It Almont4 to ll
Rmlnenca 0 to li Mora 7 to ti Oolden Reel 8 to I I
rilny u to I Uutuala paid tzuau
THE TUIBU RACE
Fnne aoo of which f5O to itcond for maiden twa
rearolda I nv furlonnL
K Urown a oh o Forernnnir by Fouo Mary Ln >
phler no Allen 1
PellSiabletVaileliafilly KHiBameil a
Sooffin Hroaoh t Lady Untie u > 4 Taral a
rrlrnero L Teler laranao Blr Rae lnm illndooitte
and Mifcli Ward alio ran
Time 1 tOS
llettlur Aralnit Varlellaflllr I 3 t 11 Forerunner 2W
to U lady Unde 4 to It Oarauac Fir Raa and Hindoo
> tl eicn lutuli rrlmiro LeTiler Lnm and Maf It
Wardach3vlo I Mnlualipalddi
THR TOUnTH RACE
rune 5O of which eo to lecond for tbre yearoldi
and upward i one mile
Baihfiird klanori b a Froflliate by Spendthrift
f Meaemale U WeitAnaicb lloUrerton t llujenla 101 jC Borer a I
W jennlonlb c llenfallon lUtf Darnel
Alf ebr celduiK I alio ran
ranTime 143
BettlnfAialnit uUBfaiioh u to 01 rrollfite and
Bucenla each 11 to Aliebra leldlnf C to I
toIllot
Mntualt raid atwi
atwiTUG
TUG PIlTn RACK
Fnrie xvx Df which v to eecondi for thrteyear
old and unwaMi iclllnir allowancut thret iuarttra ot
a mile
u fornihlieni ol g Carnot < by Klnifliher Carlta
Ill Morton l
Jal Hcotia u Ounwad 3 tut Tribe i 2
JI Vaweiab c Redfellow 4 lllilorman 8
llaiem lluteed Beftlna lyna Btule I Cambriea n llcitaiy Bemeinbrance Fauitlna and feari Klnc
Set alio ran
Time lilKK
Bettlnc Afilnit Bmieed a to I Pearl 1 Sit au to It
UatI rn
Garnet 8 to 11 nedfeliow II to 1 Faniltna and llettlna
ach IU to It Irnu rambriei liemembranee Klin
llaten and Snile B eioh wio 1 UunwadandKcitaiy
each 4010 I lull paId flULI
THE BIZTII RACE
Pun 400 entrance money 10 eaoh to lecond
tetllnjr allowance one mil and aerentr yardi
W B Jennlnne b h Frank Ward axed by Voltltinr
stellv IUH Taral 1
A RlmonebrK Hamlet o8l Allen I
Aubnrndilo Btablee ch rn Ofaleca I 91 Slack 8
etor OymnaiL Barrliler lloyaluarter Oanymede Ultie tetrllla Crete lllrtlidar and Oortlcelll lladi
alio ran
TlmI U
Betting ArilnitOrmnMl 3 to It Cortlcellt 4 to It I
Little Crete > tot i llamlet I 810 II Frank Ward 7 to 11
Korat Garter n to l ofaleee lxtrtla Oinymede
and Harrlater eacnsutol nirthdar 3D to 1 Uladla
tor ooio 1 Mutual paid a 4U
XNTRIKS fOR ItONlUOUTll FA UK
Cmak TUreeTenroldii to Meet ID tho Ora
ntbua 9tnUca Todar
The Omnibus Btakrn tor thrcorcaroldn
which trill be worth closo to 125000 to the
owner of tho winner Is the feature of todays
card at Monmouth Park It should be won br
Senator Hearsts colt Tournament nnd Con
gressman B otu who has three reproB4ntallves
named should run second with Chaos Vest
chestermay win the Criterion Stakes for two
yoarolds and Mr Wllhorss Adage fllly may
run second The opening race mar co to
Major Domo with Bervlco In sooond place I
Tulla Blackburn and Kenwood may do to I
play In the fourth and whatever beats Sam
Wood nnd Monroe will win tha fifth King
mans chances are rosy In tbe sixth nnd
Adventurer may run Into tlio plnco
Hrst Race Free handicap iweepitakei of 120 each
fnr thruTear ohll nd upward wltb 1000 added
three quarter of a rail
Volunteer ISJIBradford 110
Tipstaff mcirti Service Ill
Clarendon llo Rellwood lot
Klipab 101 Village Maid 101
Lady Pain Killer Reel 100 MITeddy I Major Do Venture no W m
Second Race Criterion fttakei for twoyearoldi
with 91SOO aOded threaqoarieri of a mile
Reckon U3W stohester 11B
PlrCharlei USBanJuan HB
Tlomer 11R Aigermn in
I omerllt Ill Adage CIIIOd
Average Ill
Third race Cmnlbns Pistes fnrthre > yearoldswlth
iuu < i added ono mile and a half
Sir John IjJiTnrso 123
Banquet 120 Tournament UK
li m
Fan Van colt US Chaos 110
Ublllaln Il
e r r n d S tlh
ddd ODe 1Iowd CorlanK
Brl 111 105
Knn04 IO
TuIlIIIRcllbrn 1110101111111
Rlr ArtUar and Harry Mctllnisi the Vlnner >
oi ar trrdura Events
CniCAOo Auc 18 Tho success which at
tended tho opening day of the mootlrre of the
Northwestern Association of Trottine nnd Pac
ing HorhA Breeders nt Washington Park to
dnr Rives promlso of a revival of the trottine
Interest In Chicago
Five thousand people saw the races this af
ternoon In the stands wero surh veteran
turfmen as the lion John A Mitchell of Mil
waukee Oov 51 err lorn of Minnesota J I Case
of Ilaclne D J Oampaa of Detroit Henry
Johnson of New Orleans John E Corrlcan of
Coldwator and Aztell William Tbe track
wan heavy but theiweather was superb The
racing was good trom start to tlnlab many of
the finishes bolna Intensely exciting The
summaries
3nclMi pursolooo
W II knlgbfi u g Sir Arthur by Key
tone I Stanley 02111
W B flmlthi b Heeler Smith 4 1223
John Hlokenoni b g Kenwood Dicier
eon 1 3 s I 4
II U MoKlnnyibmlhallenaMcKeiiny2 4 u a 0
II L and r li Stoufa u m Utility U A
Thompion 3 ft 4 S 5
C W Williamgrm MorvUWIlllami 7 u s 4 s
M E AlcUenrTlT > l T Dolt Ucllenrr 3 0 7 7 S
Highland fark Karmi b m Belle otColi
water VV McDonald 0 7 S 8 7
O A Hlch1 D g St lot inich dli
Time JV714 2i2 fc JWL JJSii 2 2d >
214 olaeli purse 4IOOU
Rush rrk Farm D g llsrry tltillnm ty Ilap
py lledinmCM O Wcllenrv a 111
Fred Heacordi b g Irlnce hIwrJ J llusiyll 342
Hickory tirovebro Clara Wllkes O Curryi H a ft
W V Klggiib g John W IK A Hughes 1 434
I T Foiteriu m Carrl Walton J U Iee il 6 3 a
hdwood Block Farm c m Lanraiel ratteriouS dla
A B Harris gtf Sir flayturnr dli
Tbe match between White and Sandersons
Hcotohrnan nnd Charley otlleas laetwood re
sulted In n walkover for the former who with
Oder behind him trotted tho mile lnJ46U
Faustnswaa to uuvo trotted against tho two
yearold reooid but owlnu to tho condition of
the track the trial was postponed
The Sarntojta Track Not Hold to a Hraill
cata
BABATOOA Aud 18 The reported salaand
transfer of tbe track of tha Saratoga Itacine
Association to W Arkell and a syndicate of
millionaire turfmen ot whom Mr Arkell is tbe
reputed representative Is without foundation
in fact There has been no sale and no trans
fer of title It can be said however and by
authority that by contract Mr Arkell takes
Mr bpencora place and assumes bis authority
and responsibility1 What wilt ho the outcome
of this arrangement does not yet appear
Trottine at 1V t Klda Park
The Ugfiit crowd that ever gathered at tbe Tfett
Bid Driving Park In Jersey City wltnesied two trot
ting rac i there yilerday The track wai In vary poor
condition for f sit time owing lo the recent hravy rains
Tb first event wai a match rac for 100 ild beit
three In rive heata between Amltureand Harvey John
liemileri nwner ot Harvey drove his own bone and
J Jarvla drove Ainllura Amlture WAS a big favorite
In ih belting Both borten are Iu th J 40 olais Ami
tnre won tbe first two Le ts aud Harvey the lail three
The Urn nut i il li VH J52 i Witi
Tli leoond event tvas a iniepiuke for 1300 whleh
Hop HO won with White Lockileoond and Jack tlie
Klprer third 1110 3 41 MM 3M7M 3A1M
viili th rioe was golmi on a match rao wai ar
ranceu for bebt V7 between UlUlam Italli bay coll
ana Cbarltl V Fullers mar Ulu nicker for 8UO
a ltd
Court Tonala
Wheeling
Th favorlt clnb run et th Caroden wheelmen li to
Atlantic City
Tbe Manhattan Bicycle Club ar arranging for pic
nic run lo fort charier N T
Tb New York blcvce riubi race meeting will be
held In the latter part uf Kepirinber
The rentury Wkeelmeaof rHI UlphU txpeet to tend
tbe largest delegation of au > i t the Quaker City clubi
to Ilie Magara meeting
VENTURA WINS THE RACE
ana HEADS THE FKKICT or FORTIICS
FOR TUE ItltUlCNIfAr COf
IXarlqnlla Come In Heconri with lie > Chnm
plan MlnftrTM and Goauooiu A Mllej
AXermTbe Halndln Lead the Thlrtle
MxnDLEUEin Auc la Wondora In yachting
vlll never cease especially vrhore flukey wlndn
aro oonoerood Today the fortyfootore had n
brush for the HoroonwayCup nod the Mlnorvn
was tho last to cross tho lino tho first tlmo tho
Bootoh outter boa been roleuatoil to tho rear
In Eastern waters Tito uroiul jiosltlon at tho
bead of tho fleet was bold by tho Ventura
Cloao behind her was tho Murlaultn and n
mll astern the tlossoon nnd Jllnorvn wero
harlnc n llttlo raco nil by thomsolves
Every yachtsman knows that such n con
dition ot affairs could only bo produced
by a fluke and It was a noodslrod ono that
sent the champions to tho rear Tho wind
was very capricious Attor blowlnc from tho
northwest all tho mornlnR It flopped around to
the southeast while tho yaohts woro on tho
last lee of tho triangular course Tho Ventura
and Marlaulta woro on the port tack and tho
Gossoon and Minerva had split tacks and woro
trying conclusions la tun other direction
When the wind shifted tho Ventura and Marl
Qnltafolttho change fully fifteen minutes bo
fora tho others and wero forging ahead at
eood speed while the Oossoon anil Minerva
dragged along at a snails paoo It was a die
appointing ending of what promised to bo a
brilliant race
The start vas an excellent ono The forties
Sore bunched wlion they crossed tlio lino tho
arlqulta loading with the Mfncrxn nnil
UosBoon next In order and tho Ventura astern
Tho Marlriultas advnntiigo was however very
Blight Tho wind was frimli from the north
West and tho incbts headed fur tho Graves
whistling buoy eight miles distant It WRB u
triangular course and the tecoud lee wan a
run to a atnkoboat while tho mat leg was In
tended to bo a bent to MlmhTtml All the
raohtH had club topsails nud nil except tho
Ventura carried jlljtopsalls Tho wind was
nbnit the starboard beam nnd the bouts
reached last Tho Marlaulta held her lead
but the pnoo wns too lint lor tho onturn ami
ebo dropped still further astern
U wan ii pro it y scene whoii tho boati grbod
around the Graves and uliirted with n rush
down tho second log of the rourso Tho Marl
aulta rourdea tho turn ut 11 SHlii Only thir
teen seconds behind her was the Minerva
Then onmo the Oossoon at 115H51 nnd at
12lH23 tho Vontura tnndo the turn Alt the
forties set balloon ilhtonsalls for the run The
Wind what thero was of It wns over ho quar
ter Thtn tho throe loaders had a lufllne
match which carried them fully a half inllo
out of tLelr course while the Ventura held hor
< oure straight for the ptnkeboitt Tlio GOB
noou had the best of the Inning match and
irnlnod about four mlnutea on the Mlnervn
which was the last to reach the outer murk
This was tho order of their turning
u ir s
OOIIOOQ i o 23
Ventura t 21 88
Marldulta 23 44
MinerTa 1 34 m
The QosRoon Venlurn nnd Mnrlqiilta bocan
the bent homo on the port lack standing to
tho northward Cant Burr didnt seem to
think much of that manuuvro lor ho handed
tho Mlaerva en tbo starboard tack nnd stood
to tho westward But Copt Adnmn did not
propose to loso a brush In that fashion no tho
moment hesaw tho Jllnorvnspllt tacks he
followed suit Tho llvet was thus cll
Uded ttio Ventura nnd Marlaultn hold
ing to the northward nnd tno Oosaoou
and Mlnervn standing to tho westward Then
the wind died out almost entirely and but llttlo
progress was made Jhen cnme the chnuga
In tno wind Tno Ventura nnd Mnrliiulta be
ing to tbeDorlhwnrd lull tho chnngo long bo
fora the Minerva and Uossoon could tnko lul
Tantags of It and theso two yachts mado
tracks for tho finish lino as last HH tbolr sails
could carry them their skipper knowing full
well that this waiaohanCB ofallfotlmo They
Betsolnnakerp nndnlth tho wind dond astern
they fairly flow to the judges bent
All this tlmo tho Gossoon and Minerva wero
toying with n gentlo northwest Zephyr and
when they did get tho brooro they weio hope
lessly behind Cant JJnrr was the first to
notice the change in tho speed of the Ventura
and Marlijulta nnd ho at nnco tnckod and
stood to the north wind The Gos oon hold her
courso to tho westward Grousing the Minervas
bow at 145 Thun ihe lacked on tho Minervas
weathsr quarter With this adxnntngo In posi
tion tho Gossoou easily brat hor rival as tbo
summary shows The Venturas victory was
wholly unoxiacted Tho chlof Interest of
course centred in tho Mlnenn nnd Gossoon
and although both were badly beaten tlio con
test between thoso two boats resulted In a
victory f r the Oo soon
Tho thirtyfooters were started flvo mtnutos
after the fortrfooters had boon sent nwar
nnd crossed tho line in thin order Haladlu
Bhark Almlra and Hawk Tho Kaladln was
not headed daring the rare and flushed on
easy winner Tho Hhnrk nnd Hnwk had n good
flghtnll thn way around nnil tho Khark had
the best of It Tho wind was too lloht for tho
Almlra nnd fhe was left far behind the others
The result of tho ruco ghos tho Ventura nnd
Baladln each a log for tho Jlemenway Cup
and the Bhark a second prlo of 23
TIIK
< cN 7i CmrrclHL
Wnlf ftnlili Tliut Tim
name n M x M A n M i H M s
Ventura lloo i 13 4 113 sioii
> iariimta lloo 3 2 i 4 2 i 4 a i
loioon II 10 S1718 4M71U 4 17 111
Ulaerva lloo 3 244 42142 42217
TlllRTTroOT CL1SS
Paladin in 3 3 21 na 42312 4ilS5i
Hhark 113 jas so 4 Ji3j
Hawk 115 14917 11417 43 31
Almlra 11 i 4 7 a 2 8
Tomorrow tho yachts will bo sent ten miles
to windward or to loeward unit return accord
ing to the direction of the wind
Odd and Kndu of Ha orf
Robert Conn tho genial President of the St Ueorge
Athletic Club U a familiar rgnre at all athletic comiie
tltlons Bob U doing goud work In Ills present
capaolty
Saw Eannswicx Anr la Capt John Vlrna and David
McCloikey engaged In a luoyurd < 1ash todn the cap
tain having twenty yards starL tgu won thouju 1
weigh 2Ju pound itTemy pounds more than Uc
Cloitey The litter wai dlssatllOsd and ran again
bntwalbeaUn mother much f or liio lo Itake place
In September lies been arranged tetneeu Ihe rnenT
To TIII KnltoR or THB So sir lease itate In vnur
valuable piper that 1 can get backlnir to fight Ullllm
Ilunrlhanoi the Bridge A c for aljLo or fo troplir
at loo or llu pound before Ihe Hiundard A U of
Oreenpolnl or to ught him with leumenaiMe If
Ilourlhan does not aoeept ibll challenge 1 am open to
fight any IW or 110 pound amateur In the world
B lous Standard A C
To mi EniToa or TU Fci sir Seeing that It 1
Imjionlble for m to get on a maicb lih any ot iho
Impound men please stale that 1 am willing to ailow
them two or three pounds to nght me fix or ten rocndi
for a tISO or MO troahy at oue months notice If tuli
Is acoepiable lo Carroll of the Urldre A C or Clsrk of
the West elde Aclet them communicate with the
Xatloaal A U Oroadvt and lawiou street Brooklyn
Jowf Vuou
John MoTlernan of the 1eerless Athletic Club U not
content with the drubbing John Hkelly nae him at ll > o
National A C and wants another go but lllpulales
It must be Hfteen rounds He wonld alio prefer It to
come OH at the ItewYork Athletic Ilub house nd i
th laat atlatr was held ou bkellriliniiie grounds he
cannot very well reluse to let tle comliu battle if
arranged occur on neutral oil McTlernani strength
would prove an Important factor Iu llftoen rounds
Cat Uciarthy Is tbe shrewdest of puiilll > n and lust
now tte ilollan are rolllnir Into hlepocietl at nu alarm
ing rite About two wvis airn in started on tour
through the est wit the flcol raaicoti klArcui
and Jesse Uellineld At lait IOCOUUI > CA stated that
the cowboys aud damsels of the prairie recion were
tickled lo death with Ihe antics ijursued bv tho tiulcul
plcanlnnles In their fistlcun exhibltlun abd aU lhat re
milni to th variety actor lo look on and heave a
situ of envr
The New Vork A 0 Bain Ball Hub has disbanded
having finished the A A U aeries ut ilxteen games
The team made a good showing for In rirst > ear win
nlng twelve and loilng four gamei tlirie of ihee to Ibe
itrongNew Jersey team bererai t the players will
lUrt training for the October championship meeting at
fmoe Among them will probably be Mkiuner Jurdan
who retiree from athletics periodically Hut AWA > S duos
up again for a last appesrauce Jordan liai a fancy
lhat h can win the broad lump At H aililliktou and
will probably be among the coutetanis
Judgment 1 a good thing for an athlete to potties
and tlie luck uf It cauied liadman < > the UiiIiMian to
o e the halt mile race at tb Ynuiers A U gsnteon
Saturday The track wai awfully up and uu n Mil
Dadman got up among the leaders etrlv lit the race
and coming to a User incline on the Ian lip h made
lit iport naturally be drow away frrm the others a
It they were standing itilt tut aUhoujtii he had a long
lead Into tbeetretcli the up Itlll effort bad flu pxlmueud
hlia that he wai unable to tare oil Rottrsi ell limed
rush In the last ntty yards
Teamiot tin men representing the Fist Orange and
KndeATor Qua Clabi held a private mtcn shooi nu the
Jenr Cltr flelinu nun Hub grouudifcaturdiy af
ternoon Thstttkee wer Died at Miaslde Ameri
can shooting Association rnles goieroed Ilie scores
Bait Orang tlun < tub II lleilden 23 T liute r
Wbeaton2li W Dukes Iu Vull > er K Deul II lC
Dukes lit n d Hidden 17 iiabbsce u ami bllcUes
23 totaX IH3
Enduvor Qun Cinb Chase IHi llolllstir 20 LAW
rcoe 21 Birder m I Mcleek in r Woods 12
ilerluge iu U W Jlclek 21 Iot u ana Undsell
10i total 171
Brailen Aug la The annual gsraes of tlie Err
ni Amateur llbleilo lUtb wm occur at Klrkwood
UrlTing fark otfThursday Knlrleeua b en recel d
from ta Manhattau Iroquota Bocheiter Athletic and
ewYorkY M C A cluW Tbe Mauhallau AthUilo
IV XKWVVRT
TbeMorrlinnnfi Wive Ibr CInrTnrdi nC1Ol
Unit l fii with u Ilundlmpof 7 to 9
NiwroRT Auc m There woo Ihelr pnto thtt afttr
noon Hie inol curUllU of tlie e ioi it w n tbfflnl
of tti liftn < licipn for mforlaton iup Two m thil
ladbeen ctieiluted f r tlil < ffterionn unt < l > lwcen
< tctifiler ntul Mrnjili tftnin no other llweu
Ilnrvflnl und Merrntown imt i ftrhfiTr m ol < ljctd
tu ilifiult to Myo > ta as unme f litr ilnyrr failed t
piear
Tlie ilJrs In Ihe llnrnrd Monitown irnmtn wer at
ftittowi lUnnttl K I rockc O Itadwin J A
Knrden Jr an 1 H U AC anil Morrlunwa O U Dap
MHUm Lord W W Tliorn ir and llfnj Mchols U
H Herbert rmiroil
Or tlie lUrmrJi Mftsra nAldwtn and AfrtiratK w r
imndlcappeJ one KOII rocker And Hiird u had DO
hantllcam Of the HorrlMoM n Thorn wa handlrapp 4
three iriialp lnrdan < l Moltnltt two rtch < nona In
tPte nl ii i > e OIUH Mrrnntowii 1 1 arrant a ntott
rub and irttltuat th hftndlunp nulU hive won Thorn
wii tirurl unhurf ei nn < l Malavrln m n hit a hard blow
ID ttiu fi co with a iylnc btlt Miinmary
Kirn foal won by ilaldnin in minntait f > acond
won by liny In f tntnulei tlilrd by ihrQ lit 1 I 3
rnlnutea fourth by Mr hols In 1 minute nun by Thorn
i mtnuten nlttt hy Agn t In inlnnuit
y Lori in b iu mtnuun aiffhth by l rd In I
niuitcn ninth by JUUtMin tn 1 nihintr tenth br
Thorn In 4 12 mlnule l nth hy Hurden InBtJ
tnlniitM twelfth bj Itny in 4 l u tnlnal thirteenth br
Kaldrria In 0 inlnuten foitterDth by Mchnla In 1 13
minutes flftvfnth by Haldwrlu tn f t mtnut >
ttenth unflnUliftO lot Ith haudlcap llarrardi 111
Horrltiowii i
batches will coallnue erery day thli week
Or and Army Men on the Cinder
TlialfoM 1onr Xo 3 of the Or antl Armrof the Re
public Ien Y ronllu ccmmander held 111 annual
picnic and Kline nt Koch Hay lew Putt Brooklyn
> eiterday afterniton Tti veteraniand their famtliea
asiembnd early and formed n v ry Jolly part jr The
different events on the proKrarame of games were ran
off wlthcotniuenitftble celerity thanks toch rood work
done by tbe Arraiiffsments tommitt e et whlebJohn
IJnrns was Chairman whtliComrade Woodhead acted as
HulKe in th hnotlnr conteat A donkey party heia by
Ladles Aid rout > o created a rrr Ud il ot amuse
inent ana after tliU tlie resiot tlie evenhif watdf rot 4
to general Jolltr and ianclnA
I tie wiQQtrt of the d Herein events and the prties
quarter ruie race for voteratii over ou years ot an
J oilbj a dinner casfr
Quarter mile rnce for daughters of veterans lllM
Mumt irocan n handxome fan
Wheelbarrow race blindfolded for wires of rtter
nns Mrs John I3 llr aparaML
Half mile nice for sons of veterans Joseph fiehlclc a
box of clears
Hop men aixt lump open to all oomnde Won by
Tomrmde Crnua Cuotiing Iost No 2ai 3i fe t 3 Inebea
7lirce letTfted race onn to aR Jtm Bchlct and X
X McAUBland nue half doren illvrr tuoona
Hop mep And Jump open to all J bajrnal with 84
feet meeracliattm pip
Miootlnir mutch oti band 160 feet poulbe 3ft point
8 ibotR oach man for a illrer inarlmmAnfpjadT Gott
lieb 2 larbat iflj f Lemniermann J2 Diokmann
y Klei 2 iltcr It Cram 17 Klnsef li > Sii
der H
Athletic Brooklyn Policemen
Yeaterday WM an off day for the atoond platoon of
the Eleveuth precinct police ot Brooklyn and th DAD
enjoyed U by an excursion to Colcue Point There
were thirty patrolmen and 100 frlendi In the party
Tbeexcnrfionwmi of the itaffTariety ThestAriwas
was made at a oclock and A favorable tide broortt
them to College 1oint at a little after 10 Tben thT
runrched to Donnellys Grore where bale ball football
foot races aud other sports were twjruu and oontlnn4
throonhout the day belon InUrrapted only bir
a line breakfait and < tlnner tpu Daulel J
Ifowery of th Klerenth who U enjeylnff a
Ticatlon at present a aum wtth tUe men aa was
alrio reriieanklnhn Uo ahn l > teUre Dan McMtllan
aivl Itnaiiilnmtn Jat Tracey The Captains presence
did not afTect tbe IJow of be r however and tbe mem
leipeit ttieniKelve to ni > morti aa they wanted but n
one acl d into the fotmlnir llqull up tn hi ears
The tiate bull frame t > rteen the thlru and fourth ec
tlons waa ioitint The fonrtti section prored lo be bet
trr ttlcli wleld r than Ihe itilr < L and won t > y the score
of 2Jio m The broad Jump wan won by Francis Ko
carty with a lump of I5feet 4nrhr U riarke wa
recond The auj yard rnu bad f or a winner P OaxroU
ulihli Clarke second
Nr riarke won the stone ruttlnir contMt and Fatrol
nion Sullivan wbot CbrlRtinn name was jtlTen M
irftly won the lilill jump wtli A foet 3 laches
Tlruuthv finrrlcan teintt liecond Kd Jonei and I
> olnn nnt on the glore and ninusf the crowd with e
spirited bnxliiK exhibition durlnfr the afternoon At 6
orlock the return Tn Hrooltjn w bettnn und at the
Aecond platoon Tts patrolling ttie KitTenth precinct
Die patrrmncu whu nrran < > i tli affair wtret John
Mtzeerald K < 1 Kennedy OaMidy and r Murphy
Prof tTnhnncm on Icclc Airnln
Prof V R Johnson Instructor of the Rhelnlnit
Bnlmmlntf Club Is on the warpath again This lime
the object of Ms wrath U a rival swlmmlnc teacher
who lin dared to assert that his te chlifr abilities were
superior to Johnsons Job noon wields a trenchant
pen and he comea at this presumptuous Instructor
with ttie follow Juit sarcastic Inflammatory and dsdent
challenge
Tu TIIK lmTOR or THU PL < r Hearlrfr of the won
derful t ability nf the Inttrnrtor of Hraun s Haths foot
of WUty fourth utrfet and 1aitt Ktvtr I will prrdace
pupil uf HUB A any where from i > to o year of ft te
compete with pupils of Ins of the j aine axe or a near
as pnstttile pupllii lo have t en niidcr hit itistrucilni
not lei tliau one season In tbe er ni of litu pupils de
feating1 luiue 1 will iTfnt tn eacli Tlctor a ban dura e
mnlftt expecllnu him to offer medals nf a correipon < l
liiff raluit should mv rutptl < tf Oat bis and if lie Is At all
anzlons for a matrL lilinnelf 1 RtiKtl te happy to meet
liiui at lil own distance anil liereirlth cbnUenire him
furthennm nf > l < Xi In caie of ucreptunre let hint
s nd a depoRtt to bind matches tn the sport n < r editor of
TnicKcN n It IOHXIUJ instructor Itltclnlust flwlatf
mint Club Kiltyami Mrerl i > J rtt Hlver
Morn Trouble In the llirtrtford II nC Clnb
JlOfKK Atiif IK There Is liable tn h rom little klck
ing In the Ilradlord Bast Cluh over the unlocked fer
result of thn DradfordAtalanta rliciit nared rare at
Wormier Unt week It U evident that many protnl
n nt mmh rsof the Hrnlford Clittt are salisflM lhat
cvrry mbn in thu Uradford Club did not try tu win and
It is cirrn nut ott good nuthortty that one man who ha4
a seat In the boat will te i lld frfin the club within
a pbnrt time for throwing thn rar That man Is not
John 1 > Uyan as many rcesierp oplear UeslronJOf
hanr it in public believe hut In a injo < culkr of some
piomlnence who ia rored tti th boat f r eeveral
ears H > MVJ so the Kra < fr > rd ijt near all think
rowed the racoon life but some one la inn boat kept
tht shell oil AII v i btel and vivrral limes during the
raoe uutrlrgeradlppAd into ihewMtrr That the race
WAV suIlUuot c rlatn tlti general Impression belnc
ihut jtalumy caused th dfear Huokley wu go baos
to th t < row within afswdays II Is said that sbot14
the Atrxlanta come to Hotnii to row on Uabor Dy the
Hrftdforilt will irlv them a great battle

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