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IHD0 J I ll u I Mnlth 4 bu I I 4 I
11 p uio o u Uaksly p D u 02 I
oI 13 Bar IS 1 Tots II 7 24 12 l
IxioIWII 4 I 0 n ii S o I I I o
Washington n I t u I u u n 110
Earaed runLonlstllle Twobsie bllllstfleld
IIbIuHrn IMnovan lint t ofl baililiin
enpoqo intC 1d I a Rn t2 > buclier
mll bu dn prrnrsoulsvlt I I
lofML1 UUetiS4 bIIUonayAn Iusal
bIlIQp U1Ul 11 I 18P ilt
rytMlhre tour n iiatneid smnn nonuie play
builji UII1 IJ nnd Mcuitery llatreld Kiutih an 1
VlLI IA11IU lbl 1h asard at lr1
f UIza1tUwa LtiN1aIII2 WallolOI I 11m
1 UlaOa 41 tIC s I
csii Marti Tti CAin mho CUb ba4 lb tarn
1 1f p LI DII tO lbs 1511 I bait af his ninth lnnii I
WIl e < iMtiball IraUrtitarrr tb pill and IbrO
srpd r f jrr batted aut whinIng lb lain fur
t qrBiMtor a man bail been retired Attenilacco
PI3 I k ileor
K totkmui I I UUltO
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WhtVloei i U U t oWtch t u 2 o u
Cook ilbi ll f 5 OKr r f i a i 0 I
HcTam aytitI II t H U wiw M b I 1 u I u
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DuIlt I 0 u u 0 u Johtion I f n I i 0 n
p Connor c0 IS f i P Van llalfinsO I 3 a y A
tehane Utliu I o l I Gilbert 3d bti I 1 u I f l 0
Kuehne 3d bo i u 3 1 rtoblnion BO o n j n
t g J fl 3 g
Polgnp0 i JOB u McManoap 0 U 0 2 0
Total 4241 ll Total 4 V a7 10 I
oJo ons cut VfMn wIgtng ran was mad
roliahai ft o n u o u o o a 03
3 3 3 3 3
BalUntr u I o u u u o o 14
Sod roniralllraore 4 Tirobai hillOCon
nor 1 lolo b4Weg4 n JfoOD First bass on
ballsBy Doled It by MtUahsn 0 First bass on
errorsColumbui vii Baltlmora I z track ootUy
losn II byifoUahou Tlml3 Umpire Kerlus
A ru HID nor riiv
CixniiiiMi May 2tA prerliely 1393 this sfternoen
tli AwMatlon tlyer neamed Into tIle urand Central
talloii imviritftiiad lbs run from rsrkertburg nu
aIIlq1 Vaur bvtrieud ihree mlnutet The grand race
Iront niladelpbta VMraad In vain for Mayor Jloiay
iri > rjtoth latlitletlon t1 that when us said hs
woaAtwafura the f he meant ll Ireildeot Henan
tO laa AisoclatUa 410b announced that the gums
would b played ala rats and tie sent a defiant Ilo
grant 10 Ih < la or wfieta away at IntlnUar on a lit
He 1 vif allon Jaunt Nr ballaD was mistaken tbe name
waa > net played Tie law will I enforced salu
< Iret Oletmli net tie renlved Ills order
f realty 1 Been I as If tlitrt wtr oNe policemen
at yptnatort ai ibt park The crowd onlmdt the gala
t wa o larva tQt not more than Ifl U puM their ad
iniHlon tie HRI nioKt of them were on the bleachers
Kaeh natron gut a bins white 1 or red card Chief of
1 n1ceri lole n rrlve > lrarly and ton battalions of
epeeiw came later Aaqtiad of mounted police I atnl
two pjltrni wagons wero oia rreminder ot HiS majesty J
Oftl5ul5W 1
AlBiir tmplrCharitymnecalled pla Kelly and
Crane did not n 1 p nun tak points Mains 1 ad Hurler
w > r ehoeen VISIOn for t instead lbs fist three
Athltttc up wut out lu order corkhlll llallman and
1 ar In ru Infield tap Fop Corkbtll mad a grand
running ratch I of tuna fly and thea cared for 11
dr ot I iwo balls had been called wish Hurley at lbs
Hat when Ih rain wit slipped just eight mlnutei
after 1 had been commenced
1 Her wi no ttxsteroa movement on th part of the
crowd etrmtady la the pavilion proponed three
S fnu si Mayo anu fits < KChi ° r r PrI I
ntVJ we hln t lulls pucb told them tha
gam Mut8t b a5m U JUIM 00U as lb pIasri
wrI1dnnr Yorovp l lbs crowI 1 waIted
patlealir lHh plair dlTlio return Chap wire
iiriwloth Fulton poiIcmog In their huiea and
11556 ii114r l preferred the ctiarte They were rlat
on r6iB firiieJ hr Uirntnr Beti
JEa ri Ian r witb lb r AtWetlw and he actpled
IbID h > n oHertulr We hare to take the bitter
wlTbrtn sweet ltar ltf be raid and w med a
flip in talked I grout at any rate i1 outitle <
nKAtlhurMeXtabvitleruutd at the coining I Asia
lallon ineilnc wilt be the building Kundar trouuui
lu e ky
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THE RECORD
1701 rrtnrMtffrn1 riuia vantiatrrrn
BtdfrewMUt M 4 u 0005onlnI a rvi
banlllsawu 0 HMII Monroes 1 a vv >
Allironi3 I G7IflbrhamaI 8 vso
llttropoTni 2 1 3 UX Plu blnjnOvia uu
1 I TJt > srtonn 8j rurinivea 8 iot I
The RWwwooai again wet yesterday deflating ho
ntnXlnjrilnaWflplay4aaroo I Ttieecore
CIIIGSWOl1O I ILUHIKI
ftILPOo1j I 1 1 r OAIL
rtrniano fll ll U n I 1 utterlfV3 I i ii I II
Mfirtln vd bu a M 3 Heller 0 t I 3 1 I 00
men S a a V I 1 n rM b u 2 I I 4 I
Krln o a t 4 I UI Idler u o v 3 l i
pii 1
Lnndm it 0 0 < < 4 llaiueld c ii U u n I
14ia IlbO U 10 U Rhannnn t n 5 I 2 I
I OJIrJ s I u u lkiiiivraidu 1 u a i 0
Kramer r ro u I 1 0 MUlbbuuyrfn n I a n
Ueuner < 1 UU I J I Nugent 1st bl oil o 1
TOlal3 7S710 a I Totals u u2loi t
IUitCeiroVdi1 0 o I 0 i n l 0 fiU
Huihreii u o U l it o a o ue
Earned Suns Floelilnn t First base by errori
RiitreviNid Cl I luslilag I LertonbaaesKidittwiMids
Hushjnra 4 lm tale onball iilTLandmsii 1 I
HWJejf 7 r > liuckn r frrlta llflnaton butter Hat
j
rrl
lledUelroreyrilli > bony Three bane hllllelier
Iwobaa mtSriteUtr IIL kutter tacrlrtce his
scum Kentier sloan bnietMartln i2 Ivrrs
ettr ihIr ICIUI1 Ilouibi 51iaye
ijuMUairUkrUn and Urtiiihack liartln iiiissilitidr
B rrJI4Ttl5 EI I tannbaok lilt by tfltabtrJMrtnii
bonfy Wlldfia iliiHy a Passed ballsFritz I
It tutntld I ItnMrelierrymsn Time of game
I lILt
rf i aLXrjirONii ft tioitaivs
TSkUWerftntonilltMiath I Corhamt Monitor Park
tot a7wiaulDrby lb following sors
S
iiivaroxs coiNAge
LlajoL IIlepoL I r
rf li
D11iqtbI o 7 u it nsrtonet 0 n 3 a ri
ae1Yap ast a t a n plsklnion r to lout
ar Co Iu j I o 0 I ion It I 2 I 0 2
lri a L 1 a j u i Miller u I n 1It o
UrL
1Ieti I ldb u S 4 i Williams lb3 lio I u
t I n u rreeman eeo n IJ I
SmIIib I T S 1 leSt e r11 3 o 0 II
FIIiI SdtsI 5 I it I Holni s8u Mo I a J 2
1ItIIJprI1 0 I U Al Evans tb I u I a u
1e4rep I U I I Uj
J iT I Tolalso BIM ia 1
T4I4I II 11211 a
AlleVions 0 oxitaon It
aorAams v u 2 ii i u U u tis
TIIym5bUS TilliOreen Leon flacrinc hluI on
GriA lfaP4rock oUIII lleebe 2t by rowers 5
br Miller I I t It I Y pitcher Dmiein Mnrrsy 1 Iaised
balpZlI1eA iplrtllart TimelW
gvtorolIgaIIJ 10 IliAtopsu f
The lropolltnni baltrd his ball hard titirdar and
ttaOfmrn ibI e m aiteepa < loa gruunda The thU
r to4hjj yi r i cgamS under protect claiming I that
< ihenfh 4trete iIjTild In the regular way by lbs
ltUi Th 47SI
SliatOie 1IOOLlr
LIr 4 a ala I > roA
IlmlOu h It a T 2 D Kennedy cS 4 0 ot t
Jt iI I 9 I I > elion i l I 1 I
1111 I 1 1 JoJnIL l lit ba la 10 1 I tl
II llk Jtt I I IUluo04rqft I 2 0 I
I J at f 1 0 1 I iirtabe Jd bl 8823
UlUn 1 1 I I I U U Harry r t U I I u II
rtu x HieiKC i II 4 w lJIIowe 34 It1 I I I I
Horklas I cfU 0 J I I ONelll P I u 0 4 u
J II W Ir t 1 U 4 U lloeyt 4 U 0 O U
T > Wi7 > it < i 1 Total JoioWIS o
Feuiator 3 II II I II 3 3 II I 0 II H
Metropolitan n a u i u I I 0 4 iit
Earned rsnebatbp 2 r MeirnpolltnsT Ilrstbais
by l Irinnsoi 4i < Mrepolufn t iit l rt > m leers l
S liatira III l Milrnpollimii II Hr I t iia u on ha l >
I HI
I I
I 1
u
Ol rteltty 4 nilOXlll t Rfrnek onl Simons Maty
lions J harry Hlllon llxpklni Scull Home r
e > om llctae Conrrell Iwobatt Ml iMmmona
Itiily lloey Haerlllc liltNelien Helen bates
II K J nun Barry Hoty I ItnnW plaesHellly
Xranea and Hnnegsni Rellly Barrr and Bowte
< r > tlll MrLsbo anocennelli Seieon toaneli and U
Keniie < lr Hit by iittcher Cnnaell lift iifailt Barry
llnev Hlllon 5 Mldiliohllilllr Fatted ballKraut
Implrc llopklni TlineliU
rrnix inn III I Noinour I
11 Tall won Hie I gaIn for the I Cuban HUnts 1 It the Lou
f J 11 1
Iilaml irrnniHls yesterday flit by auy brilliant play
Inc bit OF hli sprinting aliillilea In I the nInth Inning
Pint hit C i font over hiS left field fnc and at no mars
new huts were nil hand the Monrnee rnisiU to play l
1 1W Imil I lioiie uf winning the I rains In this manner
biitifiern lone delay the tall I wa feund hatS im
meillalelf I till It over aiMs A boy picked II up eel l
roll sni Left Odder Bell with one bound cleared
the fence and gaff clinie mid after a long run got th
ball lbs iurei
cells oIonn t OUtI
rllrOAIt ILPAje
fioydef4 II II I vIreganpfu I I nil
lltHfl9uJIl2 2 II I bianknrletb0 11201
hell I roo 1 I I II II 1Anll lI I tU a ip I u
Ir t e I is U II I lDontuelh S at 0 I I I
dgb H
2 U ii I Deoe r U ii 2 U I
TerrllIa I a ps is is 2IIarey5IbI I U ii I
hlJsceono U It U S B 1Iftab 7 1
Wnnnrtc1 II 1 0 I FICIII t 1 I I
Iloituilsa I I U I p WIntrsll2 2 2 4 2
ielsot1 C II I P
TorI I 1IIJ 18 d
Tohale 5102714 I G
1111 declared cot
Cuhandlitu I n o n 3 1 0 I I S0
8
Monroe I 3 a 1 o l u I o 11
JisrnedrnnsCobiutllinti It Monrott 2 flrll loa
ty erroriCnlitn silent 11 Monroes 4 Left on DO
Cuban a UI Mnroea rim bss on balli Tt ff
btJ
Winters Ill i off Iosglue 4 Stuck ontior zvT4r
flit H jKfimn ufnn rat IITOK 12 > lintr r late
lliin rnntllerMr Iliant < TwobjaC hiuri
SlUods iiurtnc I hlH uoTrt Uel i Stolen l been
Onl 12 I Still sl Errs IU TrrIIL y Johon l0o5
iali Sicily Iiatn 5lnt rS lioubla llaThtrlIl
II r 1JJ e Ig f W
Urant end rrys 3Donnll flatly and lancer nIl
liieheStlniors St IHugleU U 1seeI bUJlalr
flarhlIlnru I tJDlplrIb TlulIr
Other Games
sirirRH Ill uOKTixri 7
The Xnvl ri dotI1 l this I > nUn i at Dm rt
BtaHMlnlanii yeIe l iday the f gtoye of this aims was
thpliclilnfor Siiilili who I itrnck out ilnlttn men
Tu Catching ot Deilanl was rerftct lbs round was
rry toUr lot I hU 1 pl rlui6 willed accounts for many
of tie tuna Ilia icottl
zAtlge lIostlirs
slppnsp eIarn I 1
flourha 24b2 2 2 I I ennedy21bl I II li 1 4 9
llertliifli lb I I 2 5 II I 1I0rwn c t I I U II I I
Wllbu Ie 2 l I I I Tsrner24b2 I I I U i
Fill rd 2 I I I 1lIbor 00 U U 0 I
touni I f 4 I U U IloD8dbI I I 2 Ii
1olIad C I 0 Iii I I Otnhiifl I C pu I 2 0 0
f g rrgh g
florlilO 0 i I U U I Crsttor iLu a 7 0 I
iiUlIIh 2 1 I I tulhiUL rf 01 I I I 1
k 1
b 1 = tA 1
Ilorgan rr 2 0 1 U toKLroypIt0 I I I uI
ShseuaUUUIII
TOIUI717 U II
TotalI 62111 1
Xavler 3 S 1 4 O I a 0 014
Leoutlnei u OOOU22I37
Tamed rtliiXaIer 7t Lontlnt 2 Twoban hit
ithWoW
Slemmnn Stolen baseeBllli nIVr rmillh Morgan tzx
Ronrke JX Young Thretbai liltsBill Norton
Home mm Bmlth llorvan First base on balls Xa
lieU 7 Leontlnei 4 IHmcK uutUy Smith lu Me
Ultoy II xtelnman t nildiltchtSmilh II MeBI
roy J Tim 2lit
2lita
it cciiinnii olousol
Senator Ulerirr club H a 9 o I e 3 o 424
f IIm tt
Lenox social > club a a u u 0 l a 4 113
Lawrenc n I a I 2 4ti
Arlington s u u 0 a 0 1
DoMtnor aonoioao
JUlcoU 0 1 I 0 2 U U I 0 5
Fenitnri of lltrlem a 7 0 0 0 u O I U 820
Harlem Pleaiure ClubI 0 1 4 0 0 2 u 72J
Pmiifi n i i a a 013
f 8lg
intlnclblei a 3 o o o l 0 a
Lawrence 3 O O n 3 0 7
Inrlnclblet 0 a a 0 a 0 7
KandK o 3 2 1 O 1 9 o 0
L andT O ououooooo
henry Newmn Jk Co S 3 3 n 4 2 0 1 820
g g 3
rrro fzg
Swan terkowikl I A Coa luioouui 3
Halcyon 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 8
8 8 J
8 8 l A
DltDTeianl I 0 OOOUI0400
Redmond 0050201004
hmblem i5C2U920SII
Fultnn t 4 1 7 3 0 0 118
tricnt M 2 o a tj u zia
Bnhloanr Lfceum 3 4 2 B 12 4 032
farmellte 2 3 u 13 u u OI7 I
ArlInilolis020 I 200005
bpaidinii 3 a u a 3 u i o 011
AT minnc URL
wniiamiborzh A A a l l 0 0 I 0 I 4in
S7UD 40UUO3IU uIU
Grcenpolnt A A o 0 t 0 0 o 01
itatioiinii i a y a U u ua
it noxiton rim
Flravar siotoots sio
KKamorc 3 u 3 u u u 0 u 4111
AT 1010 InLAID caoutnt
ronfrateraltr 3 o I if I 0 3 IIII
SLllary 0 O I 0 u I U II
International Learne 26 II Wclia 22
At WMt CIIC1TII
Kmeratdi 0 O II 2 2 I S 011
Haven u u I u o l u u ua
AT ALimr
KewIIavn 3 0 l 0 I n 2 0 Oo
Albany lsuu0000o4
At C1II5I1DT
Delaware A c 1 200 I 0 I 00 la
lareUdtA A 8 ozuuuuou l7
Oar Clnb In tho Welt
The Enttrn slab have four more gaines to pl > r In
the WOOl before the Out Wniern trip ot the Eastern
teams shall k cloned The Now York hare their four
hardest game to pry Anionl team are playing
kind of ball that will land them on top when tha sea
son Cities It some other team does not check them
Tiny have been winning right along of late sweepIng
trerythlnc boor them They took four ilralght
darnel frum fb Brooklyn and Anon now coulldent
Ir I boasts that be will repeat the dole to the New York
lie ihould not be 10 sure of that howeTr for al 1
though the New York hay done tool 10 far on the
trip they They be In Suit the moon to throw Aniou
dwn err herd and at lat H In two arnee
The New lorke hare won fair and lout iren games
on tills trip lucy should bare won more ai In nearly
every gems they outtiatleu their Opponents and out
rJ lil
tlelUeJ 1 them also Hut they seemed to bare bard lack
Ih the three icrle they narA played they earned more
It frt Ir
ro
inns iban the onpoilnn slam The followIng Shuns
eUt ilior what ihrjr did In ach series
j HEH H itfasHra AKsavrae
35e V rkM2 2 3 13 28 111 H 107 47 15 Ml 111
rittibrchuj an ii aa u a SUb so 11 MS va
New YorkMl 23 18 41 0 4 IM HI II 201 017
llerelnna144 111 U 44 II H 103 44 11 bOl H3I
New Yorktin 18 I S3 8 7 81 40 n JJ3 H3i
Uluulnuatllu1 14 U SI 10 1 A 48 10 22J IUI
The OronVlyni bar alio been berime utremelr herd
lock Iliey bT one three mid lest seven gatnee
Their touvbeit ansi was In htcairn Where they neemil
to quill before Moons men belne 1 without a bad un
the Held ai u anl wai unable to clay they loit all heart
and In each name were practically defeated before Ilier
1t tuC f
f
went Into lbs Held lure u what they i IIdl In lbs three
Perle 1
4itllIR1LILItcA Pm A cnnvrar
ErnollinHI a7 13 41 14 0 IDS 33 rj 304 rrjtj
lnclnnntlla7 17 9 tiJ la H IUIII 8 110 04J
rirooklrnHO tj 10 31 13 14 I 110 a 2O 211 8HO
Chicago 170 43 2H Ml ID 1U 111 at 10 UO 014
Brooklyn 71 10 2 17 3 n 54 21 4 210 143
rft t l 1
IltUbrV 7U IS ID I 24 II 4 S4 XI 3 llUJ loll
irimt Our Pitcher Hare Done
Thu work of New York pitcher of the present trip
Is l very commendable Sbirrott ana Long John Ew
lug bar come to the front In a war that commands
the attention of the bai ball world to their ability
Hot for Hem Kew York wuld not hay won ren a
game 10 fan Coin had bard luck at th commence
ment of Ills seaion and the general Irapreiilon Kerned
tob that they were rrald They were not In the
bill or form tiowrcr
Long John Ewlughiii won
three gami sod lost cue Sharrott has won one and
1111 ne while the two betwen cIsnt lout one In thIs
genie 5111111 WIS againut ii 1 ClelelenSa teluirrolt was
rrln
hit by a betlnl hail altO retIred I In rhr Ewtiii
Vn eight bite were mu on hlln but tle KeIth 005
lout by our tutu In 115 8am Fhiairott piTched egeluet
r IIIr
FI
IiitiIltlrKit j hilt llye hIts Irene 11115 lIE him tend only
lueriui larneu Mill lhnw knrse did not win al
tIer irate him i > oor support In Ills Cam he won Iron
Inclinall I lie lipId his opponents dunn to llx lilll and
two enrntil rum
lohii Kwlnir wnn hli I tInt guru atalnit tile Pitts
biIrii
bllrgile lIly lit hits being olade a rln rl in t iconi i
Can howr tile kIlled hi I lilt ling sIt cell hilli
lnltg tile rnult Is She gomci h won from IielnIuI
a1 hlo In lb 001 tie 0 1011I tIlclrtielI cacti 111m
wane nut let en inn on hIts Knile lId st 1 hits mule
nit him j In I nimbiirgli but liii team did not win while
In tIe two Uletelnnij games tfteatnlnnhlt I I wore the
insult Then he was tatifl out as he hail 1 no cstchcr 10
bold him eicli pltchQit one game slid loll II to Cin
cinnati ten hue belnir tuaile and Hire earned runs lu
the lour vamei Kwing pitched all Hi rough thirty live hlu
Wore made by Ins opioneuti tile rum were dined
and he cove seventeen lia ei un bell In iierrote Iwo
games eleven hits were made Hire run earned cud
lie gave eleven tecs on balls hush s Hires vamps
were Thlllnl lilts thirteen earned runs and thir
teen base on balls
MeetlnB or the American Aaaorlntloa
BiiTiuntis May tTIIo object of tbeipeclalmeet
Ink of the Amirlcau Association In Cincinnati on Jan
I Is I 1rtildent Von der Horn Hates 1 to Chang lb
schedule so as to Intrecas tliu home stiles after the
preient trip from three to four games with the view I ot
prolonging the naion Anothtr matter to be consul
red It I Iht blacklisting of player who bar Jumped
their contracts Speaking ef this matter SIp loader
n mM
r
o
Horst nil t I dent believe in blacklisting any one but
the Association unset and will adopt torn rule whereby
111 players wiue have repudiated their contract will not
attain IM allowed lo play In th American Association I
and Should lbs Aaioelallon at anr tIme la 1110 future
cooilder any propoiitlon nW ha the other tests ball
league you may dnlld apn II l that Do egue5nsn I
Will iii riachld ueis tOe proposition ii I aecepts4 that
contract jumper hall net lie lIvlO04 I play b1 wills
any club Ylitne Wa ooldbl of IbIs ears ot talk
last Mason
Bit Ball Note
Ioger Connor II striking out too eCho
Tbere Ii I a letter at tbli oOlce for T J Esterbrook
Clarke Is catching great ball and throwing hues
Futly 1
At liayonn on Etturday Young Uen Aiaoelatlon
Ill llajonne llty A U IJ Seaboards U Uarlona U
The ripen that Keefes arm Is I not In condition Is un
true lb Ii all right sad he U anxious to go Into his
cl
Iso Why does he not buy a chanceS
HTUcrir May ItIlchr lloshoag was release
by Managsr frtser lailnight lie wai too high priced
a man Till expected that third bsituan Umallty
services will alt be dispensed with
Korthweitirn League games on Saturday i At Evans
vllltbvanivlllo 12 none 3 AI lerr Haute Terr
Haul 01 Dayton tt At ilrand lupMiOrand 1 BailS
1J fIW r 1lf
ii l Detroit I D At Bay CllyIlay City Hi n Wayne J
1aiKrnTnir May I4Th baa ball defeat of ysiterday I
Ii I charred tn poor balling brought un by the un ot a
Cat bat and too much tmmliiir Leet evening after re
relvini the tiers about I i men all clad In whit
towni and camlnr lighted iCIer marched lowly and
sunnIly i but She campus rnrrylnca l at hdll lu a eolltn
liiii atlr a funeral fission In lho hush priest the bill
We lilirled and a inible tninhftnne lurcrlbeil wllli
IOlruna agailust hIm wlu shout rOlu1 IL was
II I lai eii ocr It
WHAT ova riArana iiAra DON
FlBnrea that Show lb 8tro1r and Weak
JFolnta ofthe Ixienl Clnb
Below will be found th work ot eich player In lbs
Stew Tork and Brooklyn Ubj slate this umplonhlp
seuoa opened
lilT ouum o anaio
Kamn eamn Altai bill OinMtl ctit Ftr
W Kwlnf II I 4 061
Tlernen 31 lir I 4 H s
A
Clsrk 8 21 U 40 811
IUchoatont5 In II n BUB
Htiirroll 7 17 a II 8J3
BaMett U I 10 21 310
ii
Hore 113 IS a 5 904
Connor < i vo lIt iii 27 2i7
Olseeook21 101 I II i a J 707
llenny i 2 o 4 J47
O Hourk t liii lie J 1011
JIoklOIU BJ 4 H 2110
Welch A 10 0 4 tm
Him U 47 1 1 114
Whistler I 111 u 12 911
JI EwIng II lJ 2 2 IiiOl
Kt I I I I 0 KUJ
saw von riiLDim ivkxio
arA
Xerffl Came Vtoxt iintH ftrtrA
Welcn 9 I U tonj
j Ewing I a If 0 MOO
Keel r i II I II Ito
Connor < i 3M U 1 XI
Buckler 40 70 Id rat
M
ltieherdNn2s 63 IM f 81
Ciark 4J N 0JT
iilaiirock II 41 J 922
Ur ll 45 I 4 920
Hl1lfh211 VI 85 5 Rill
Jl
RelSett > ZI all GO II KM
Hum 12 IV 34 1175
Miarrotl 7 3 III I WI
u Koine I 13 4 5 842
Whistler III I III I a 1I1t
Iluthualu I 25 13J 4 55 105
Penny 4 J i 4 120
well ot tn smtts
fco nre tJlll tar
ban Han Bant Hail llnick ttnlin ftt
Xtmit hiSS HIl nma en ball eat Mists Bud
W Xwlli0 l > 0 I I U 0
IltuckleyI 0 I u I 0
VIerkeU 0U 0 0 I I I
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nun i I II I U I U I
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KliarrrttO II I 0 0 J U
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Itioliardin 1 I n 4 In S
IInDy1I i IJ u 0 2 I U
liiiwcooka 4 u 0 2 5 11
1ltrnan8 C 2 IU 2 II 1
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hltler2 4 U 9a U II 4
ZlueettI s I a 9 II B
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00541 Jfkir hunt fiuiMf ttrcmi
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hewYork21 Vt IM 2H4 tssI
OUOIln20 BI4 172 243 801
Cob IIXLDIIla
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Nw uktIII ew III I7 IO UttI
VPvaolW 674 ItO 77 KI3
IHOOItTI I1TT1XO no
JiuiiieS CameL If hdl KUB DtucMt It Tft
Trrr J 17 at 0 f48
rollifle20 I 1i5 atu 5i 1141
Crutljn II 211 u in S3J
IIlit
KiueloWiS 07 T lu US
D l IB 1X1 A at 81S
Valley 13 44 II 11 311
Fonts aa IIS II zr mo
Ward 4 17 IIU 5 204
17as
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rinksoy20 M 18 va 741
Orimn 20 112 > 4 27 241
uBrlen vtf ll 13 18 ITS
Lovett 9 3U 13e 5 te4
f gij t I
Hemming a 11 e 5 122
llIOILunILDO aniioa
0lW MIL
2iaiI Q4ltIu Ill out Alllnt ZrTOrr orcd
Iorett B 8 8 u 500
Uriinm 28 e Z 1 two
ou2J C39 u I era
IIIlrlefl28 00 1 2 969
Carntber II cg 13 I 044
011I0211 TJ HI it tun
Dilly 19 TJa 18 ita 1126
Ward 4 II II a MX
pItDr211 31 49 lu 880
Kinslow 1 28 13 I lu I 678
Ii
Terry S 0 2 840
Burns 31 I 14 19 III 8111
Ilmralog B 3 13 4 818
llII T ID 97 an to 783
woik or Till unUL
I rvo ThPIe 84m
tnie bait ttcmi KM Struck Stolen fire
NeWeL but 8111 runt on Mill out dies AUs I
011111 1 I 18 la II I
nrimu 4 I II 10 lau U U I
rinknr4 0 0 10I I u II 6
Crulb1 U 0 II 8 I I
poutsI 0I 0I I 4 2 11 B
lltilsfll I I 10 3 II 1
WardI 1o 0 I 0 I I
1I
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llemmlat3 i 0 1a 7 0 I
Klnlow3 n 0 a 8 I 4
1119 a II 7 11 I a
LonttO II 0 3 9 V 4
TerryU o 0 4 0 0 I
BurosI s 9 12 U I II
city 1111150
Camtt AS bar Runs Bate Hit Fir Cent
Jlrtolll7D211 020 IllS 2M 2H1
opponents 20 IMU 172 272 283
citn ntttiino
lfoltTttIIL
Come Fvtfut AUltu fnmi arcS
Brooklyn 18 687 jjlrl 00 KO
Opponent 3d 018 32S 70 194
His flail aaea ToUy
nOL bIlGes
rttrato n Kw York at Chicago
Ovelaad 11e Brooklyn at rievelaii
lltiburxh 22 Boston at rlltibgrgn
Cincinnati yi rblladelpbla at CKclnntU
AKItaiOAIt ASIOCIATIOK
No games scheduled
ebdoluor
15711w UOClarIOL
Buffalo TS Lebanon at Bnffalo
Rochester n Tror at Rooheeter
Hrractu SF Providence atSjrrtenl
tm oJ sillrro
Albany vs ew Haven at Albany
STJItS AND SHAMROCKS SHUT OUT
CleverO ache Player Didnt It the New
ark Team Make a Point
On the grounds of the Gaelic focletr Tilliln Wood
side Long Island yesterday the return game between
the Fur and Bhamrock Foot Ball Club oIS w
ark N J and this Gaelic Athlello Association
strong team occurred The event excited great Inter
cit among the lovers I of the only real game of foot
ball and eeveral hundred ladles and gentlemen wit
nested ho encounter ISis Oral tarn which was
played on he Star and Shamrocks grounds In New
ark resulted In a ilgnal vIably for the Gaelic athletes
but fbe Newark men came out yHerder confident of
turning the tables The teams lined up thun
tiaItij A PosSUm Start nnt stiamrofla
J J CalIco CapteinWIII1amOToIe Captain
f rranley Bit I lit fend YorwardsP Comfikey
J Crontu bight Pod Forwards J nte
J uLionnelI bight Eod Porwsde11 Uooler
J J Conuery t Eat 5orwar4s1 Uatlen
tia 3 t V
1 hackleLeft End forward T Mitchell
T Kesros Letlhnd ForwaraeA Cooper
T Whit lluihen n Rmith
p Ryan timbers J UaaXahon
11r i N
T Lawler Rniher J Bollard
J Stolnerusyhalf Bioks J Illgglns
lt
tj 1 Mallen Half Backs a VJriDl
T yS000anQuartst Seek Wm Connelly
J IIIIIUllaarR Bute
The flnsl Store WI Gaelic Athletic Aiioclatlon 3
goals and 13 points iJtnrs and Shamrocks a
Tbe New Ierey Will nt Crlrkel
This cricket eleven of the New Jersey Atblttlo Club
flayed Its lInt match of the season on Saturday after
noon ajalnit the Berieliy I Athletic Clubs crack eleten
on the Utter wicket at Berkeley Oval and wnn a
crenitabl victory 3be icorti
btW JOISPY ATIIIETIU cLue sYstlPv Jlpilcric rrv
O ll Turner c t 0 W Blcltardion b hula 0
II tfelcb Co RoeaK
W T I1 I irtwhlitl I b Held 7 4
rarnaghan 14 Voulby b llnlrhlni is
1 IleoIlearieybCar lIll L ous o IInlhn11111
nnnhin 141 Item 1 2ft
C II 8111 bIruUbn 0 T llaz1ey II IIlIohlll II
I 1 LarvlL c 1OIiL ti DJ Iftsiui D bIlls 2
Cc V lIrrlil b 111th I 0 ii Csrnerhan It Yoag 0 I Reid EllU Z
ron 8 T fllln IL I Bills 1 9
K 1 I Foghilil hi ihlciland F tlilteludnn b Ellis U
CII 19 3 tlinncll 1101 OUt I
II lul1ld hi ltIcltd Lzirak II
fi ° ii14 b tlfharuIion U Total
W n WIlkInson null cult 2
W II I lolt1ll1 c I atom
ilimlu U Ileacley 2
rr I
TOA 81
RutlierAird Whedinen1 Koai lInen
Arrtntemcnti hare been Completed for Ih Riithr
ford Wheelmen lnorulle tisitulcsa riia race vn
Iieoornllon hay
The 5IIttles and handicaps allolted to this mn are ai
follows t tacratchLouli M Mel Urge D Brown and
It r Ieecli Thirty minutes Van Harding IIA
BurgcM dJJJ titl lloldin Fortyflv ulnutes A
olnJ
liiiritoia W II Berkley tin 1 Fred Kleven line Hour
J Utbapman K klimer slid 5 II Klttell
illt
Tue limit men win I II mr at t oclock The coori will
henna three mil itreioh between Hellevllfe and Pis
sale The rare will hush at iloruianHotel at Avon
dale 1 Three roM inedali mil ba nwnrdel to the tliree
Urn mrn and trrry ridsr niilslnng Hiilli of tnelt
r ul 1IIIhlllll
r 3
hour will aiioreiilv mi Jala 1
a
Prnll Win Aculu In London
Th mAtch tetwtrn W J Peal anti J Donland In Lon
don at the ipol birred Knilluli gam for SIM ended In
II eur victory for Peal who won rrnown just before
this gems tar billing champion Hotwrls frail ron
ceded lionliiid a sun of awi poiin in luuu He
teaSe a break of 410 near the close of the match aad
cloied his I IM 00 poInts WIth a lead of 11 11141 un his ail
11eraa The bales Waaliigiily lllsatlslsuisry 111I a
IInoIIndIIIL Th mlb Wa llel 1 tr 10 late
a slat 110 n1 Ohe lInUol n Ih public who hm
10 have been ntlId with billiards tecenty rt
matches early 1 In lbs seaiun sreiu to I hav had tin lit
Ste Influence In 1 brInging about itib Ic apathy
Yuohflnc
New liar n May Commodor II A Fevmoor of
the New llareti Yacht Iluh ua < appointed Myron H
liprbamor Ibis city fleet CaptaIn aud Itzed tleraorisi I
Day for th opening sail
The Newark Yacht Club given nolle that on May HO
the club will hold lie abnnul opening the club lions
at fiayonu Preparations nave been mad to I ficeh
th members Ahd their ldr trlsn < i on that day The
Bigatla tommlllee base arranged special pennant
rare and this yacht owners ere eiperlillr requeiteil lu
liave ladles aboard their yachts during thIs race
The enilrnl ef th tr ey Ulty Yacht i luh an I Jersey
rity nllo Club I melted In hIllier iii I the brerie will
iinninal slur yeci ierila on cimuit uf the I arrlvni nf
lr lilrntJ 21 l lappili dir Tip n lean eiitlm > l > filo
lehtinian and the inemberi if Hie > ll A 11 hat
ft WbI J roI ail h1il
wen in he valiSe orbus ImnJeome eight whllt awar
and ie will thus be abl lu enjoy a Sail on boird Sue
toil on lieenrstlnn thy Nrzt Inlay evening the
uieiuirr i > tlHeirrfr City Athlello limb wli I hold a
MMIT rrreitlon At ilie stub house In I hla honor A fine
muiloal programme has Hli arraatld
01 nil AND SltKIrK
Crew PrepnHnc for Next SatttrJoya
nlIntl
Ii hlitory abent to repeat Unit > From prnint Indl
tallont II would seem Horns years ago the Taiialo
River Regatta Arnoclatlon held their spring rf alia on
Decoration Day A couple of biokwanl reaeoni like this
preient one Induced them to abandon ikt dit for their
regatta and therein on the Harlem Kegatta Aiioclatlon
adopted It The Pnel Allocution navlugdlicorerd
Ihsllhelrrtgattawas not a stwceii on any otherdate
and seasonable spring weather having returned In the
not few years Ih Paiisio Allocation again returned
to l > ee ratiun Day for their spring regatta nourilh
m l =
rJIor the nt N that She harlem 1 Aiociation had
adopted Thu she two aiieclailoni have been hold
ing I their regattas on the lain del forth rait few
years with detriment to bolli last year the 11110 l
AMoolatlon iipolnted a eommlttr to wait upon the
Harlem XiiocUtlon 10 rsItuest u tI t rellnqlih the date
but lbs Harlem Aaiociailou Hinted tu do 10 on hit
groand that II only adopted lbs slate alter till PMialr
had urea It Up
Tnniyearth Harlem Anoclatlnn deeded to tire
Pecoritlon dr to the raiialca aol leltcted June lit ai
tbedite for this recall
Ae the PreSent leaiun Ii the molt I backward stMon In
r
New both waters for many rears mini of the oari
men ar wondering If the dells AssociatIOn Hone I
loon to be Tinted with the nme eon of weather nhloti
formerly compelled them 10 psliqnlsh I the dill
Tlie roimberiol the crews In 1 training for flelt FI t
ord are itrentiouilr hoping that the Weather will
pick liP during thli seek ae their training 10 far hu
been callously interfered with
Veiterday on tlie Hartein River a chilly norllient
wind blew allday und whIle Susie was a very lOrE
attusdsace of members at W club tIle majority j
contented thimeelv with sluing on the hosts and
bsioonlpe and erlllclilnir iheworaortuedlHerintcrews
In training as mer rowed past
Tlie Creitenl Mowing Club s junior sight wai this flrtt
to nhow upon the wate end the remartabl luipror
mt shown from their put week work was hIghly
commented upon The crew Is I A nr strong one row
ing a snanpr stroke and show remarkably good term
and Sir a junior crew
The Nonpareil Rowing ciiibi lntermdlal I IIIM soon
after launched their Hull and took a long cpU accom
panied by theIr coach William Cody In a lungS UI I
pretty life to lay that the crew that defeats the Non
pareils will know they have been In n race
The Metropolitan Mowing ClUb win ha bo tone en
try in the Percale regalia K Mwton Atherton lu the
tutor tingles Mr Atnerlon arrived at the buathona
jeiierday morning from Hartford and took a short
spin It was Ills Intention capt Mabr I go she enter
John OHeagan but ifltcaian cam In the conclusion
tUM he wae not row Inn fait enough and declined to be
entered
this Manhattin Athletic Club wai represented by
Fnd Hawimn Jack Name T McManns anil J Looner
i iI
Mr lawl > lni s Iii repretent the duo In this rrulor
Initleiat Paisalc and tii chances that to win lie
will hare 10 row finer than he I ever dId before
The Nanaua junior sIght which in In training for the
Harlem II regatta tret out aol plainly showed the
remit of the pail weeks work aMW will probably b
a fw changes mad lu the crew the coming Week
however
The frieudihlps Junior eIght ji couched br Jack lot
gao took n long row ilown the river In the morning
heir work Is I uturally urude ai ll I to be eipected from
B green crew hut under the tuition of Oliver and
iaygan they ought to be In good shap for the Harleni
rEtells
ibe Inlon and Tisuntless junior fours wets alio ont
anil hid some very hard work considering the weather
l 1
All of the Paipalo Hirer lionl 1 tliio crew as also
those ot tl e Varuna and Nantllni chubs or list JIIdw
were teen oa the Iawtalo River esteri1iy t hush crew
went over the rourie at lEast twice during the dar there
being but five dayi more left In whirl lo get into trim
The men were soiloui to do all the work poislbls
lion WOULD rain DO
AN Syitem of Scoring for the All
around Cuamplonahlp
To tai Eniroi or Tnn Bex Sir As we are about an
lhvof lbs A X U around championship
have brought prominently before us a table compiled
by Dr Intber Oullck Springfield Slits which ar
ranged for such contests and has been adopted by
many V M C A branches throughout the United
Slates and Is also In use at the BprlngOcld Tralclot
Sehool
The lyitim has many good qualities which ate worth
considering In Ibo allround contests we ar apt
tosMCirtaln men being so far superior In certain
specIaltIes tItil the Inlemttn them lacka The men
itrlve only to b placed In bass event and there
fore do not perform lo Ihe limit of their reipectlv
atllltlea whereat wore they to perform high ties un
der the limlck system their eRortt would reteire rev
cltlon 1 wIth additional polnta
Then the trouble with tile present system la I that th
standard Is placed 10 blab JbI Sew new men enter thIs
contit mrs failures I to r1ur once debars a
competitor and lb e fear of this serves to dlicoursg
tbflr enorti This arrangement also I lead to compll
callous for as the men fall by the way one by one the
standing of Ibo remaining ll I ncesiarlly changed
Woaleohave no memos of comparing tbe result of
competitions say If heldlniuiuueouily torn
Chicago and San rraaclioo
All then drawbacks this new system ll supposed to
overcome 11 u band as follows The standard is I placed
low 10 that all mar at leant qualify I and the points
h OIhD tro Ji mg I
which a man icorei for himself I or team may be easily
computed Uce falling to qualify In any event u I not
dliqualltlsd but b 0 not accorded any point In th
total
Tbpoint rang from 1 to 100 end aretakan here at
random These events are Illustrated as they appear
lu both championship lists
10J fa Throwing Running Prtt Mile
DaIS Hammer Uwii Jump fault Hun
mnu tnonat fttt tl In n la It s
1131111 ro 3 O 3 10 00
20 ia in 42 a 8 621
11011 73 4 U I3 7 II ft 50
70 II 85 6234 8 0 280
1OI 1023 HXJ BIO I 10 f 00
10I will I be seen that the standard although I placed low
g J
to begin readies a beleht In each event which U con
sldered high class for auy all around competition The
scoring table aa above differs materially from that of
th present ttlIa of giving Brit 3 points second
3 points and third 4 point
ror Instance th winner of th 100 yard dash might
ran In 1023 seconds tbe second man in II ecsnde
and lbs third man In II il second The winner would
core I points but recelr no credit for his extra effort
In running three nfttia of a second or six yards better
than second man and the sscoad twonfth second or
four yards better th n talrd man whereas under the
Uallck syium the better performance 1s scorsd propor
tionately 1 In points
Tble would encourage th con tenants not only to
perform better than one another but to reach tim
highest possible stindard In each event ll In Itc way it
grand total of point obtained may be compared at dis
tant places aid with others In future years It also r
enable lbs IndltIlnal to compare ale scores from roo
to 3sar
TOO re lull of the adoption of tOte Oullck system would
be that the entrr list for thla competition would In
creue Unfold aad the Intereit taken therein oould Os
prnporiuollahly i so good We would then see every tent
ought out to the very limit It would itlmntate a de
sire In many for allaround development Instead of
lf J
fl rd
specialtIes I and titus make a race of stranger and bet
ten mn
Tlils is the step which if taken will Intrench athletics
dl J ti i
deep In this hearts of this American public
NkW VOM May XI Vlavia CoHtn
Maple AthletIc Clnb Stag
At WannaroaoherJ Hall Middle Village L L on Sat
urday night the closing Indoor entertainment of the
Maple Athletic Club for the leaion was held The pro
gramme wai very lengthy Capt Frank Krugwasth
moving spirit In the affair which reflected cradlt alike
upon the dull and the commute In cnarie Borne of
the cleverest amateurs In America donned chic glove
anil gar clever eihlbltloni of their prowess to the
erlnred satisfaction of a crowded and enthuslaitla
home Henry liitr boxlnir Instructor of the limits
° f
I
Alliletlo I ClubaiidProtiucarichneiierHasisrnAtbltlo I
tub mad u corking exhibition bout with the irlores
henry Hpatr and his elutimte Nlok Catlan I of the ha
llonit A gar a irer end earneit bout Batty
Wdon and John Hsrrrof the Brooklyn A C were a
rood pair Thebes I Creed Nonpirell A C and J
Walter Maple I A lL gave a bout which was replete
with iclentino points as the reputation nf the two clever
lads would lead one to cooed William Butler nd
Jack Brennan both nf the Wllllurntburgtt A A anile a
good bout V Henlatnln and P Kluelof the American
Athletic AisorUtloii made an Interesting eettu II
HoAllliterof the Star A O and Crsnk brig Maple A
tLo I were very Rood both dehg god clever work
Flying Pigeon
The members of till Greenville Homing Club listed
the AblHlleiof their bird again yiterday The libera
tions look place at Philadelphia and Rd Knob landed
a wisest for the thinS 0etYO tim A summary
ftiiowii I anl Y Sloap Red Knob averahe sneed 12ls
ifjf y
d 0IJ 4y
yards per misrule II Jute S birds 2 toidi average
upred 12511 yerds per minute 1IlIchmhll a bldll2
to dl ftYCtS5 speed 12511 yards per mInute I 1 thu
cit I lm 5 sold mvCrags pfd ir4s yin1 per
ullla
New Jersey Athlete Run
The joint cross country rna between members of the
WaIte Athletic ClnU of Jertey City and Malilcnu hill
Idle Club ot Newark took 1IAee yetrday bOttlIng
trAm Ambnlr Iuon lark 1111I N r
hOe dltasce was four mile T 1 Yogilus flrrlleh
So in 21 flulflitci Uconge 1I0oall I illlilliteb lIeon4
mu T 5 uuniow j Ililnut third She above sri ill
Wlt 1iIilW rt1
Ilelibberi or site Vayiie Athihetlo tlut 034 thisy each
received a pretty trophy
Flntliuab Tennis Expert
This regular laior ot the Flatbiilh Field Club was
formally opened on Saturday ihs clubs iOns grounds
en Wnverly r nue yimbuih L I TIle lllte of rill
hoh ocllr turned out for the affair ant the after
bfltfl WaS spent most pleasantly There win come flue
eaiiihitions pN j by Mesra I Ii r1rl 51 l1 n
or and olbn Ills IIbtlo expert plllYorL 11
was a trIte lOft cool for real 1 IIlIul whor a wise
were cOOltoAbl
Tbe N Y A C Blryclo Rod Tluce
Tlie Now York Athletic Club hcld a flremllo road
rice for their blcycltils on Saturday the race was
lield on the archmont I courir There were ten en
tries VV Van Wagoner who was the icratch man suc
ceeded In winning Ib rare In H fi minutes and Iii sac
ottO She course was not In tile beat of condition
fnfernntlonul lllrvrle Knee
Pmu bay 24ThelnlrrlltlAn1 bicycle road race
from Hnrdeaiii to Iniln a Ulimnrn or w4 Ilto we s
wnu by Hm linirlnlimaii Will ill 911 linufi 13 inluutet
Tbe KriUclunen were nowhere
Dripping rum the Hall
The Junior and icnlor doublet of the Atalantai art
doing some goo I wi it
Heraty mitt 1 Mage nf the Manhattan A C are era
tilingfi > r hie pa roared shell lace In Hit Decoration
bay regatta Newark
Reagan and IalDOck of Iht Mtlropollltns art out In
their double every tvenlng accoinpanlt l by lorn Mill
inn 1 Kpscuatlonls I rife whether the latter Is training
lur tht Juniors
The Columbia College Vanity tight art rowing In
msirnlllrini form A Ihnerur inure energetic crew has
not bttii seen I In a Columbia eight for many A dsy Un
the oilier boa Iht Irtiumin are not dIDO welt
The Nonpareil Intermediate and the Crescent
yrlendshlp end Nassau Junior slghis maybe teen on
She Harlem everv evening The Junior fours ot the
Konpartll Kauutliis and Union art also gelling Into
shape
The Kew York Athletic Clubt Inttrmedlat crew lait 1
year chippie crew are said In be In great ships
and liars a cry cotiildtnctof wlnnlnrttie Intermediate
cttnton scjrntlon > hay The Junior however are
not quite pn hopeful and ar progressing lion ly
A > brie ol Intliailou dances nlll I e given si the
1 II
bmneinr the nlon I lioat Club MMli I street and llarlsrn
Hirer The first will lake pise on the ereiilim of Dec
oration pay 1110 second will ocsir Jon IJ and ll ll
prop ee4 to hold iliem every two neek Ihereafltr I
leliriiay June UU has bscn sti aside I fur the iiinual
fenaitn whlb Will cnntist of flvt eviuta autbll
prIori win bt deeD to tin mutrs
r
Acflrnr AMOXO ma rJUBEUlIir
llftnr Expert on the Mlibnm Course
Urine to All Hectlcm
threatening weather of yesterday did ort deter
ADf the bicycle clatt from participating In theIr
ichednled club runs Th roads being In good bap
from the recent ralni largt crowds of rldirs were cut
The New York Bicycle Club meuberi accompanied a
party ot the Long Iilabd Wheelmen to Glen Island TIe
harlem Wheilmtn hid a well attended run to Tarry
town lbs Uoinam Wheelmen changed their tehtdnl
and instead of rIdIng to Tarrytowa Capt Welntr took a
number ot members over tn Mllbnrn the scene nf neat
Saturday road race Tht clubs racing mm entered
In the content rod over the mil room
livery racing I man nt any noir was at Mllbnrn yttter
day the I crowd preienl being larter than that wllnes c < l
en any previous day Tht warning nf the town officials
that whetlmsa found racing on the course on Sunday
would lid t arrevteddlil not alarm the men to any extent
55 tlitr wes continual fact ridliiir from eary morning
null I late I m the afternoon liy Ihe men entered for th
bIg ratson Saturday YI Rlverild I Wbeelmen lieU I a
run fi the conic
The racing element el the Rlnit County Whtilmen
aleo rode out to the ronrne K large party alto rod lo
1
bhiepinead Bav Aniimbtrof menio n of the Brook
lyn itlcycta Club rod to Coney liltnd The Uoeene
County rtheelmen and Brooklyn Ramblers hill runs
through the Orangel and to Xllblirn
The Jersey club Ml took tilts to trvlnrton and Nil
Loin
Hhalmnn long slump fleaten
Mr Lorn May 24Th Brit annual field pots of the
Western Intcrcollegtal Association took plac at
Sportimani Park ytsterdty afternoon Tho rents
wet IUD under the auspices of thMaihlntton Cal <
verslty Athlello Auoclallco Tht feature of the slay
wr the running broad Jump and the KtVyard 1 hurdle
rae
In the long jump O K Heber of Washington Univer
sity succeeded In breaking Ins collies record held by
It J Shearman Jr ol Tale of 21 feet 0 Inobes by IK I
Inches I fiber was onl for the worlds 1 record but was
not In II line I form as usual I The hurdle race I 31 toni
starters II C ember sputted near the tlnnh I I and won
by a note from Whitman The following Is a list of the
events I
One Hnnrlrsd Yards DjlliL R Mstralf W U flrtt
A W Merrineld U of I second Tim lu 13 lecouds
Pntlluir HUteen ponnil Shott R lItter flritj A A
Fberhardl second hetittce Ill feet DM Inrnel
Knnnlng Llirh JumpA L I Tuttle t1nnlmi R n l
llntchliikon W U icconiL Height n feet Wi Indies l
1cIiLlr lrIf lr
Twohundred and twenty yard Dash H L Utber
fret K IX JJilcmf second llmrIsjcondl
Throwing Hlxteenpound IlimmerA A berhardt
flr tt W u Brennoe second uiitanot 75 feet 10
luchex
hlBbtbnniJr J and eightyyard RunII P Steward
Kno nrit A L Ttittlo sscond lime 2 mInutes 14
econdi
Knnnitlg Brosd Jumpr K Iieber fret 23 flt7H
lDfliit IIur Itlrh second 20 feet 0 thence
Pole VanliR Ii lluichlnion W OJC3i 8fsct4
lueheii K 1J Fay W L teoud 7 fast 8 Inches
Four minrtr dan1foriryard hnnt f 5 Btber first
bu tr
G P Bebrentmerer I Iy second Time Mssconds
Onemils ltuJ U Cuminlngi W U tlrst W P
Howard Jr W U second lime a minute bo
seconds
OutIng of the Xavler A C
The flnt outing of the Xavler Athlello Association of
this city took piece yesterday at lowers Farms New
Dorp S L A great delegation turned out accompa
nied by their best ilris There was football bale ball
cross country running sprint races Ac The athlete
were under the supervlilon of Prof W J ONeill th
chubs gynmaitlo initruotor who gave a medal to the
winner of the crois country run The object of the
outing was to give the alhletM tn opportunity to get In
condition for the clubs annual games which will be
held neat Saturday on the grounds nt the Manhattan
W ltl
Athletic Club Flftyitxth street and KUhth avenue
and aleo for their Hrit gymnastic competitions Which
will take place tIle second week In June
The fret delegation nrrlved at New Harp at about
llMocloek I After a lIttle exereli they Indulged
sumptuous repast Than th o croM country run took
r fI DJ
plan 1 The dlsmnce was four miles There was an ex
clttni finish between P P I McLouihlln 13 minutes and
fu Mahoney C2 mlnntesl the former winning the
nerO rk
tIme being 18 minutes I 13 oDlJ Bordmaa was
third J 11 ally J II tiBrlen and a Hart tier this
scratch men but were unable to catch their men
The bass ball came between Ihe gymnasium depart
ment and the athletic branch was won by the latter the
score being H to 7
The same teams played a g ml of football the gym
nailmn students winning by a to I
lbs other events were
Running Hlgli Jump Wnn by J Boardman with a
Jump of 4 feet u Indies L Kane second 4 feet 8 Inches
imehnndredvnrd Daih Won by OdL Kane llnt A
Flnry leeondi 0 1 ilahouey third
Putting the sixteenpound Hbot Won by W J ONeill
32 feet u Inches P P McLoughlln second 30 feel It
Inches W Knowles third 26 feet Incbet
Taekon Want to Fight It Ont
Baa FaAncisco May 24Jim Corbett today receIved
a telegram from the New Orleans Olympic Club offer
Ing a 12000 pnrie for a fight between him end Klavln
Corbett replied that be would be In New York In two
weeks and would then talk fight lie state that he
will probably not engage In another contest for a year
when be will ba larger and stronger
Regarding another match with Corbett Peter Jack
eon ears I am perfectly willing to tight II out and lu
fact think that Is the only course open Ions Jackson
said that on leaving Australia he had promised the
Sydney Gymnastic hub that as soon as Ooddard put
up a forfeit he would meet him Jackson said that he
had sine been Informed that th club bad arranged
the match However if he did not receIve word from
them In ten days ho would agree to another match
with Corbetl within three month from dat Jackson
further states that should loddard hold him to a
match and hue won he would make no other engage
menta but return her aud guy Corbett the flnt
cbanc
Bbootlnc Fixture for the Week
Today Diana Protection Club blue rocks at Dexter
Park
Tomorrow Kew York German Gun Club blue rocks
at Uexter lark
Wedneiday Th Atlantic Rod and Gun Club lire
birdn at Coney island Ulenmort Hod and lou Club
live birds at Denier lark
Thursday Falcon Gun Club llvoblrdi alDeitir Park
Friday Llndtu iraTe Gun Clublire birds at Dexter
Park
fcatnrdayProipect Uelahts Gun Chub bin rocks at
Farkvlllo Long Island
Rbootlnn Not
W Schuiiye and J P Eehmadeke will shoot a match
at titty lire birds each Hurllnirham rules Erie ion
Club handicap ichlllye at 21 I arid and ochmadsV at
VH yards rise Both are members of the En Dun Club
The match will be shot at M oodla n Park Long Island
June 4
The Waureffnn and Emerald fun clubs will shoot a
team match seven men on a side ten birds each Hur
unchain rule at Dexter lark on Jun 12 or iba follow
log Friday lhie teams an seterled aret A aureganIf
lay J Fay Ic loorniioeft F II lininoknar P Cisoee
I Ward and 1 Slonsee Emeraldli Shortunsier C
M Halb way Col J II Volt Major II If hlemseo 12
Bntz J 1 f UcKenua and H u Uehrlng
The retnrn match between the bales of the Manhat
tan and Waureiaii Gun club ilvu men on a tide will
take place nt heater Cart the first vacant dm neat
week Mchtenbergerand Hoffman of tim former Hub
have Inued a challenge to M lay and hits sou J Kay
to shoot a match st fifty live birds or blue rocks for fAO
aside The match will probably bo shot cii tile same
day so the team luatch
Tbe Jamaica Club Ii I the new title under which tbe old
Itod and Hide Club ot Jamaica will bo known hereafter
They have riled articles of Incorporation with the rot
lowing gentlemen as lucorporators and iruitres i Theo
dore looter John St t Crane John KJeinmlnir Samuel d
tuner ilenrge M aruon Tbeodoro It ttiapmau John
II Cuiphln tviiliam K Comriwell Ueorge A hIcks
William F Olllen Frederick W H union end Edward
V > Tspp froperty has been secured on Herrlmau
avenue and the club will erect a house at tli cost of
PiKrii Ausor May 24Tile members of the South
Plalnlleld Gun Clubs teem dU not appear here yeiter
day to ihootagalnit the team of the Perth Ainboy inn
club Tbe member of the home club however quietly
arranged a number of nweepitakei at Ih e birds In the
tint match Ullllam Prrlne look lInt mouiey with a
clean score Herbert iJarton Tame an lirackleJacob
Applegatc henry Jones Ulillam Hartman and Lewla
Morris Use for second money 1 lie shoot off wes mln
and out IOu tlartnian wou The next match wni mill
and out Mllllam Perrln nod 1 Mllmin llartinmi killed
nine straight and dlrldeil She money I fsVmi Hume took
second place with Ii acute of eIght ilralght and James
il Hells stOOl ihird WIth Hi bird The inatcti wltUthe
tenth Ilalutltld Club will bs shot nett balurday
Nenrnrkn Team Didnt Appear
The Inst of a series of footbsll games under ntiocla
lion rule was lo buMs been pity I nt Ills llldgewood
ground ytstenlay aternoon the conteiitlnr Irani be
ing picked elevens representing Newark and Brooklyn
The match wsi declare I off si 3 p M alter th New
Terser players had failed tn keep Ilirlriitfrreinrtit to b
on liAiid tnue illitppuliitlnir a Urge cruil 1 who jour
nered vi tlm wills of the localtl to see the rxpert
drlbbleripay
Iicro He
The Jersey rity I ncrono Club bat cnmolldatei with
the Tnbcrnncle Athleiln Annotation of Jersey Ciiv nnil
wilt compel nndr I iii Ultrr a noine In I Ills I llfltern As
soclatlonnt Amateur Lacro ie JlHyer 11113 out uis
Ills lersey Cllye good vronnds on wiiiuli iu ironic
and tiny should olUr no excuse If Hey du not Chow
tip well
This game whlrh was scheduled nn Palnrdar bftwern
this Corluthlrn Athletic Ill Ull nnil tbelenio5 1 rity J A
noise Cllb win forfeited In tIle Corinthian LecAime
the Jersey bore filled 511 put In nil mlirarnncr Tule
nlll give the Jersey tIe list place In the Mrtrnioitnn
Lscroise Auoci5tlon series liter have et a SHills to t
play with the New York Athlello Club lut I U Is iiulio
K krly that the litter will win
TheUrrofii ttimot the Blalen Iiland Athlrtlc Club
felt Indignant because Lelilnh 1nlrerliy canieled Hie
yam on iaturday It I ii l very evident that Lelilxh ivni
afraid of ilerrat judging from the teleirrnlil they rim
warded Mulcancet iritino for Saturday Another
defeat will kill lecrnil here The Hlaten Islanders
sent word bark that H > v hud cliartsreil u SIecllil ncr
Intake them out brnde getting up C harm egallon
of club meunllnrs tI arromiianv Ihem Lehlirlisanioer
was that they could not play adding that lila leash ii I inI
been dlsbanileil The game between tie HruMt slut
then I A 0 I for tie Helrlclii cup viii leto lace ru
June u at Bitten Island
Odd send Knd orHpnrfo
Tommy Tebevnlie nf the Fifth Avenue T C has been
111 for Jhe past few days and a AI coiiieQiiently nnabl
lo play In hli club lournamenl for veniKiiieueiliivii
He hopes to be able In compel III this doubles next
tialurday with Harry IMl cock
Piiovinrnrr R I btaythlThe Union Athlelle Club
was organized loulght with Over mi I rul crlbra
Heorge U fheplv ws rlioien Irestdrnt Aionro K
Flint and Illram Kendall Vice Prendeiils > V tl f
bows Secretary and John hliephnrd Jr Treasurer
There Is always some new novelty turning np In
porting affatri The latest It by Charlt Ulnilowof
InuKhkeeplP Person have gone without sleep tn
teat how long II could ic I don others have fan d until
they were mere skeletons a woman lies trAllrdon
foot from California lo New lork n eeniatlonal ortlit
has jumped from the ton of the Hrooklyn itrldge Into
flue ltit Klvcr but Mr MJnilow has lonielbinir entlrolj
new He hiss written lo the blue ttntfilt that he Is
ready to draw a trolling sulky with a man eeited in u
from tht Court House In Iouvhkeipsl 10 Central Park
loildeat Itfty honr the man In tue sulky not tn weigh
more than Impounds He win dotlili for any resnou
alIt poise Here I a chance for somebody who de 2
sires In tfit Itntfw e endurance and iremlli and at
the lame lime huvi cole < inn attached loll Or hell
wiillnir 10 ITU Againil auy man In u twenty lour liuurs
go an yon pleaio
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NOTICE
The London i
Liverpool Cloth
ing Co of 86 and
88 Bowery cor
Hester St will
permanently re
tire from the re
tail clothing busi
ness on or about
July3 1891 A
complete inven
tory of all our
stock will appear
in this evenings
World Sun and
News and on
Tuesday morn
ing May 26 the
last and greatest
sale of Mens and
Boys Clothing
Hats and Fur
nishing Goods
will commence
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msiiai an I irpnitiTi We > are about lo commenc iuaklug exteiiilvo alteralloui addIng three more bulldlngt
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Sill till lIne imrinr Cult In silk or mohair pluih nr lapeitr relucel from fm n er0ilhfr paltirna
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559 TO 57 FULTON ST BROOKLYN N Vs
1IANDflAZI soar oy A rzsir
A RIg PHr From New Torh mtel Brook
lyn Play lu PhllndelphU
rnirAtiFirni stay 2iTh veteran hand
ball contt nt 913 Carpenter street presented an
instilrlne nppparanco toilny Tbo old court
ban n brllllnnt uconl ilnrlnR Its nineteen
voaiaof ovfBtotioo but nothing that Slits ever
occurred tboro BiirimiBod tho otiterlalnmont
of totin The event was a visit ot n pnrtr of
Now York anti Biooklyn uJvocntosof the old
Irish game Including a nuoilor ot the most
cotcbrntcd players In the world Tie vlsllorn
voty kindly canto bore to mlrnnco the Interest
in the frame and they WOrd the upoclnl guests
of the Amity Athletic Association nn organi
zation scurcolr n year ohl but which will un
doultoilli occupy n proniluont Ilnoj In tho
tiundbnll world
J ho iiHooclntion Is enmrioBil ol young anti
ambltlniix men jliov Imvo milled up tbs old
court with mnny conveniences Tho court Is
email belnit rttiout Gli foot lone and 22 feet
wide but nlll Us playing quallttos aro Ton
tnlr mitt every ono or tho vlfltora who took
imrt In n eatne spoku highly ot Its merits On
thu crond lloor tho club Imn a comfortably
fitted np lounging room nnd adjoining Is tho
dressing room Connected with the latter la a
I laI u
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Tbo visitors mrlvotl at the JJrnnd strcot
denot nt lltU A M Jlioro were llftoon In tlio
pnriy composed or rhlllp Casey olinmiilon of
tho world oxAlilonrmn Jnmes Dunno of
Hrooklyn tlllnm Courtuoy Ur 1hlllp HmlUi
Col Tbopina Mnolinn of tlio Murltlmo Ei
ohnneo Now York James Donna lr amateur
chamnlon ut the world Major John Cnrmody
Cunt JHily HOBS Joint iJuune James Malcolm
Thomas Jynnin Inrry Travis and Edward O
AVnckormnnn of Newark
Thomas Nicholas tho fatbor ot hnndball In
tills city ami n delegation of ibo Amity As o
elation lioadctl by 1rosldcnt P J OJirlon met
1130 Ititors at the dopot nod esoortod thonl by
urivato c hneylIncou to the dull hiougo A top
was 101Mb nt ttuo IbIhatIeiphia tacsuot Club
flint Ntiruerhntonulont Idhiolaa kindly showea
the party throtmh the boautllul chub house
Upon arrivIng nt thu Amitys court n flnQ f
lunch wnn nerved Tho court wits crovrdott
with mombera nnd guotta Among the promi
nontttersone prcaenwero1 OeorgeDixon tho
1catheryoIgist ougilisut and his trainer Lom
0llourk the vetoran flarrison probably thi
nblept Ilftndbahi oxporlof his ago In thotorld
Mtlrfh Joyio another ohuitlpje handbsIl plrtyor
Jaek ogarty lrof James Almlrray Fat Oflara
Itlchard Cnllery Charles lloylo and other
Tho first came was played by Charlei Uoylo
this crack player of the Amity Association and
BDnnno Jr o Brooklyn The latter
gao ho Iblladolphli n bard tussle and It la
protablo the two will play n bomoandhoma
muil0h lou n liAnrtartmA trnnn v Tlinannm
TharletUoyl 21 12 2154
James Dunne Jr 12 21 ITDO
Larry Travis and Tom Litmus played Jim
Malcolm anti Capt Rose n lively camo but the
Went Heath and Dublin boys proved too much
for the Glasgow and Limerick men The score
Trans and Iynsm 16 21 21SB
J Malcolm and CopS SLoe 21 la 1552
The bin game however was between Chain
nlon Cniey and Dr Phil bralth and James
Dunne Br and William Courtney Their neat
imforma looked well President OBrien Intro
duced tbn playnra Four samen of truly sol
online cnnraotor intenDeraea With sovor
toselnK and hard hitting were played result
hug In n draw Tbo present generation ot
handball players In the Quaker City certainly
never witnessed such an exhibition The score
was
Casey and Dr Smith 31 14 91 4W
Dunn and Courtney IT 21 19 2178
The final came was between Major Cormody
Snd James Nolan and Capt Dllly Rose and
3 J Walls The first game wo a rather easy
win but tbo next two games were closely
played showing the men to be well matched
Tho score
Capt lOoSe and Walls 21 90 2109
laor Carmody and Nolan 12 at 11052
The following of tho vlsltorn left for homo
tonight Capt Rose Cot Meeban James
Malcolm James Dunne Jr Larry Travis
Thomas Lynam and Billy Courtney
This afternoon the remainder nf the Oath
will be tho guests of the Philadelphia Kocquet
Club The special attraction will be n gAin
between Phil Casey and Dr Bmlth and
James Dunne Br and Barney McUuade Dr
bmltb la la cieat form and Is confident oi
Vflnnlnc
A Good Bar for Handball
The weekly club day at Phil Caieya Brooklyn hand
ball court wai quite attractive Gamei were plentIful
and the struggles were of a particularly lively charge
let One of the finest bouts of the day was between
John Lawlor and John Malcolm the former giving his
opponent 10 poInts In each game The scures
John Malcolm 10 polnti 21 31 3103
John Lawlor i 11 12 1023
r Qnlnn and r Barrltt 31 21 2l83
Spaniard and Ilujaulllhooiy in 19 frS4
o Ilanly and J Bergen 17 31 15Sit
Thomas Holmes and Denis Etiea 31 14 2160
MIIarney and a Ilenry IS 13 888
Itrord and r frndrlgast 21 21 21433
AI WaWron and Owen Carciola21 31 1750
0eul Dougherty and VUcbaelCulUn 15 IS 8154
PrankPrendrlcaitand Tbomaa DunnIB 31 1454
Thomas Connor and Deals bhea 31 18 2100
Frank Pnndrlgaet 11 IS 3147
Dents Shea 5 points 31 31 1800
Chess New
Its Brtt game In the tie match between A B Hodges
and J V Ilanbam for the championship ot the Man
hattan Clnb was played on Saturday night at the club
room before an Inttrctttd crowdjof spectator Mr
hodges had lust move and started with 1K4 hat bis
opponent cautiously adapted the trench dfenco Tile
Tenneue champion played below his usual strength
II shIfted his pieces In aa almleis manner and seemed
to be nervous and uneasy The Major on the other
hand with the exception of hula premature eighth mov
conducted this game faultlessly throughout
After Ohs tlghteenlli move Hodges position grw
worse until be lost his queen In the thlrtytcond move
whereupon he resigned
Herr K Iilpechntx baa challenged this winner of this
championship to play a match for a stake ot fZSO a
sideThe
The second gam WM pltyed yesterday afternoon
and won by llodffet after thirtyfour motes 8eore A
ll hodges It J H Hanuam 1 The third game will be
played to nIght
lbs Turn Vereln Chess Hub and thus Chess Club of
Washington Heights played their return match yet
ttrday afternoon in the Turn Hall ui East Fourth
5 The play en for this Turn Vereln were II Btnatke
K trunk A Hlld leo Klcolal J tohombnrg K
lelmler K Zenker V rtelssner J Kornfeld and U
Kaeiiwnrm
Wajhlnglon Heights was repreatntsd by O Obi
bach s stltKlltr Jr Joel Ellen H liathe C Route
berg a Lessowiky A riezonka and II Otter
This match resulted In a draw etch club scoring
twenty one games tIn game was drawn
The Turn Vereln Eohacn Club presented a magnificent
Ivory ones board with walnut frame and a set of
fetannton Chess mm to W A bhlukmau the renowned
pub emlat for his services as Judge of the Problem
ourney of haSh tttt tt organ ol lbs Turn Vorelu
Lorlltnrd A C Athlete
Tilt members ot the Lorllard Athletic Club decided
another sorlei of events In their regular monthly com
petition at the Well Side Trolling Park Olendale H J
yesterday morning The ruult follows
Onhundredyard nun Anal hieatlJ Mahertv
scrslca flrstt J Koran yard second and 2 lied
010 eetn51 5111 WI I S
Quarter mil ItunJ Flaherty icratch nrstt J fled
neil la yardi and J Moran ran a dead heat for second
dace They agreed to ton up a coin for lbs place and
Ilodiuetr won Time ou Seconds
Uunnlnv Broad lamp icratchJ Hodnitt IN feet 7
Indus tint J Flaherty IH feet 4 Inches tscoad and
J Moron 17 I feet ll Incites third
ills luitle RunJ Hubert ixratcli first A Bruin
I 10 yards second The remaInder of the even com
petitor quit Time 0 minutes and 13 seconds
The leading men to date follow t J Flaherty 24
polntt 1 tiers IU J Hodnett 15 A Urunii II and
I Dolan u
The pool tournament to decide the championship ot
the club v concluded nt liufTyn putlora In Jersey
Iiiy on aturday ivetilnr The leadlnir trio received a
rol < l indal sllier water pltrhcr and silver cake basket
rcibtrth ly The recoril rolotvst
AdnK iron Joel Alm iron Soar
J l > y Jtl III ill Miiabe IH I ao
II V llsdnnllrai Hi w F Newell IU 17
J 5 Hn > e < u4 13 J KlngiburyIS IH
V Itlordun 24 ll iS I Blordau li 254
A llerr 3 14 J OConnor a 28
J I Haberty hi IJ it Hiatinon 3 13
l > Hi > rileiu 17 lu T F baloney 1 12
Viillryn from She Outrul Piirk Coarin
Normvi n 1 lohnron the champion of the Annexed
Dliirlrt U I T A has Jolnril Ihe l > ew York TensIle Club
i Iurrnly Inrrt strslncil his ankle while practlilng
on tile ellital lark conns on Friday It Is feared that
he will nnt he able lo play this meek
RilHln riarbrr he One of the inoti promising of the
Ientril lsrk platen He la tn the f r nu rank of siogle
plnjeri but Is weoker In a double game
TIle seasons crop nf young oppllrants for tennis
helium will prohtbli loa large one Another year will
litln g up mil paytr ai liuiioaii Candler Wllllim K
iiwlcr Howard A Culliy Ii 11 Wronii and lierarjlit
Herrlck
Ibarlei F IlaUhl nne of the proprietor of the Hole
HaIlstone U line of the beet rnthiiilaitlc nf the Oeii
trial I ark playera SI ills Theodore 1 Townsend lie won
the donljlei rhauiploiifhlp of the Park l In both he
sprlnir and fall taurnuinenis list year 111 ii practising
now for Hie spring rhamplonihln events
YALES CBEWSOXWORREiQ XOQET11EQ
They will Have to Reduce Their Weighs
ConsIderably Yet
Kiw Hinir May 24lEs Tale Varsity crew whten
will straggl with Harvard was practically decided ca
yeiterday and the men assigned to positions as fol
lows Stroke Gould No 7 Hegelmant No fl Brew
tter captain No 5 UtfOeflngcr Ko4 Payne Koa
Ely Na S Slmmt bow llllls Percy Uolton Vale fa
who teacbta the 811 Crew that broke the record and
who hat been la almost constant atlendancs at this
practlc pull of the present crew during this last twi
weeks says that Crosby may replace 1II1I but such 4
changt will not be made it Mills does not drop on la hull
foot work as in may possibly do
Bob Coot hat been giving all hIs attention to th
erw for the last two days and considerable Improve
Meet has been shown la their work Ue refuses to give
an opinion for publication Feroy Bolton however
says that the boys are by no mean np to the standard
of former Sal crew at thIs time of the year We
have suffered very much from sickness and absents ot
the men from thus boat The men are till too heavy
They are doing well Individually but do network to
tether The weights of the mtn aa given out by fait
Brewiter lait night show that In Ohs past two weds
there has only been a net reduction of 10H pound and
thus aviag weight U 17Wfi pounds too heavy by far
flaw losnox May24 Although the crews will not
take up theIr quarters for nearly tour week on the
Thames yet th town has already awoke from Its an
neal long slumber and Is beginning to bet on thus Tale
Harvard race The betting here favor Yale by about
trio to tw Already three bur bets have been made on
f2no to Slsu another MOO to XKJL and the third 100 to
tea all In favor of Yale Tho flzso In cbecke and Mils
Is locked In the life of a well known sporting men
here The Yale crews will find quarter at Capt Latham
Browns home on Juno IK where they hav been ac
commodated since they began rowing here
Harvard will occupy Its own quarter about a quarter
ot a mil below VaJes It Is I olos to the water bui
bask from the roadway sufficient distance to b
hidden from view Colombia will be taken ear of at
Capt Kit Browns Just above the Yale quarters
Cornell crewe will probably bs located at the Crocker
House They have boat bouts accommodation at East
Hew London where a building for theIr shell waa
erected a year ago Columbia will probably be th first
ef the crews to arrive hereCornell will com I mute
dlately after and Yale and Harvard will follow In a
fewdava The Indication ar that all the crewi will
be on this river a greater length ot thus this year thai
ever befor
Annual Meeting of the CorlnthlM A O
The deferred annual metlng ot this Corinthian Ath
letlo Club was held on Saturday evening In the club
boos at West New Brighton 81 It was the first gear
eraS meeting of the club since Its reorganization and >
big delegation turned out The report of Treasurer Sears
was lIstened to with much Interest Although the clab
baa expended an enormous amount for trading the
grounds constructing a grand stand 4o it was In a
nourishing condition financially
Probably the most successful event In the history of
the club waa the recent fair It waa a great financial
success Secretary Worrell read hit annual report la
which hue cited how the club had risen to be one of the
foremost In the country He said that one year ago to
day this Corinthian Athletlo Club waa comDaratlvsly
unknown In this big world
A recess was taken until tomorrow evening when
this Board of Director will be elected forth ensuing
year The ticket that was preiemed at the meeting on
Saturday nlnht was as follows i James Kerr James a
Raymond E H gears Judiou Worrell neon Barnea
B II Asb K 8 Chapln J Itoberlson Frank J Sheet
ban f I Calms and f M Slmonson A good osal
ot scratching Is likely to bo don

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