ML U ' THR fiPTl. 'TUESDAY. NOVEMBER .0, ltfflfr
I-Km i --.. -- Mi m . -" W T . ??TT -------- .... . i - i .1 1 ,
fk BIDING TO WIN ON HE HILL
Kj ii i
Kt vadbxwtb jmum AxnoctuLi xa xmm
m JU.GB Of XWB XKAT.
m wm kmm nM r thtmmw-
Kf MUiBHUflrrtUttttwITiM Urea
;pl u Klelto -taka a Xjat lYalah.
f & Cloo and rotting no t O-ttonbur oon-
? j$ tlnue. Madrtono and Autocrat bad a Urlr
5 ,f- brash At tx fnrlonffi yesterday, ttaditons
i k opened at eton rnonoy In the betUne, and was
$. forced dorm td odds on, whllo Autocrat's prloa
f & went from 7 to B" up to 2 to L Sldello took the
I i lead and held it to the head ot'tho etrotch,
f h Flrnn then sent Autoorat up, and at the last
i l furlonir pole Taylor gave Uadetone his head,
(i g and choUonelna Autoorat, a lire!? tnsslo fol-
i - lowed. .Uadstono Just manaaed to save the
;t Ja tatent their monor br boating Autocrat halt a,
J f l lonrrtb.
' ? In the third rnao Bambler was an odds-on
I jf farorlte. with Mohican second choice. Martin
allowed Rambler to trail considerably bohtnd
$ tho others, and erorybodr thought he wns
j V beaton. Doming homo. howoTor, Martin
f t brought hU whip Into plar with good effort.
r, i and Doablorwonbr threo lengths from Mo
1 . hlcan.
'' f Ono of the biggest upsets of the mooting
,: camo In the second race. Lowlandor was
, S lookad upon as a euro wlnnor, and the monor
i ? just flowed Into tho bookmakers' hands, eren
1 ' rnonoy being laid. Alderman Mao. rlddon br
, t young Ewyer,nFOtoiiti the betting, toot,
f ho load at tno. start, and was novor headed.
' H Lovrlandor could not get up a gallon, finishing
v " fifth in a field of six, Ii. Lowls was questioned
f aboutLowlnnder's running, and Judge Burke
I was satlsUcd that thu boy rode the best he
u. knew now
Gambler, full brother to Humbler. w6n the
', J first race for, two-yoar-oldf onslly. HIssBalto
boat Sfn Bello by a length and n half In the
t firth raoe. while Firefly and Hlnlto had tho
' J hottest kind or a contost In tho last race on
. i- the card. Flrofly gattlug thu verdict by a nose.
i a. Summnrlos:
h " ' this tumt ncr-
I ' ' 'Pan stoo, nf which fSO to tecDud: for two-yew-
JJ oldu pelltnjrt flr turlnn.
T. Ltlib'i t c Uauibltr, by Brntnblt-Dalsy Iloty,
'l 1011 (Murttij) 1
I. KbltlJ.'i cb. f.AtmT.,JIOiIll"t) 2
'- Ji ti. Uampbir h. o. uonlM 101 (ateretuon) 3
j;.. LalUh. Krtn Weight. ijiittermlr, Daytliue. Two-
! """ nJ,MC",ir.;ftj. . i
4: Bettlne Twelr to I tain it Onmbler, 3 tol en Atma
it T- 6 to 1 aiiUut OouxalM. laluUpi430.0,SA.3,
.I ITIE 8ECOKD ItAOB.
',' Pan $400. nf wbleh SSO toteeondi f or tbree-yeir-
1 eU nil upward that bar not won a pan ot too valu
SL of KtOOInlRHl: onemllo.
P- Colombia Slable'a b. e. Alderman Mae, S, by LoncTatr
6 Uixiiice.lOiliUwyer) 1
h P. M. Hraya b. c. Donohoe.S, 11 (Miller) 3
, . C. J. Kelly4, b. k. foreit Kin. 8,100 (rijmn) S
' Baulatone, tuowlamler. auil Freezer alio ran.
' Time. 1 '8J. .
i - Bettlni yortytolalMtA!QennanMae,eelDono.
A. Una, to I Foreet Klnr. Mataala paldi .Donahue,
S etriltlit, 116.501 place. 1 0.1)0; AMarman Kao,placa,
,i Wl.io. Ko trals&t tlcketa wera aold on tb trtnser.
fd THE THISD lUCT.
t1 rnrto $500, ot which SSO to eecond; tlx and a halt
It B. IrtUh'a b t. Itambler, 6, by Bramble Daley lloey,
J , 107(Uartln) 1
t tttmanl'a b. r. Mohican. 4. 101 (P. Doane).
tt W.apaiya blk. g. Dalayrnui. a, 103 (Umbley) 8
, ManaXoTell alao ran, ...
S? Bettlni-Pire to 4 on Itembler. 3 to 1 aralnit Mnhlean,
; StolDalarlaa. MntnaU paid S3.3S, sZlS, S2.TB.
2' tub rnuirrn sack.
'i Puree SftOO, ot w hlch S100 to eecondi aixfarlonfa,
, .gmplre Htable'i b h. Maditone, 5. by VanderbTlt
1 Kfna Tomer, lie (Taylor) ...jvi-ii 1
I )' J. II. McOormlct'e b. Ii. Autocrat, 0. 113 (tnynn) 3
! ' D. T. I'nlilf er'a ch.o.8uUeorre,8.ilO (Lambly) S
, S Fldelio alto ran.
, v Time 1:1W.
. f Battlnir FIto to 4 on Madetone, 3 to 1 atalnit Aotc-
J erat: 4 to 1 Sir George. Matuala paid S3 46, S3 86,
, ' . trb mrrn back.
, Porsa SKOO. of which $100 to lerond, winner to b
A aold at auction for S3 600; one mile and a tlzi eenth.
i Baden Suble'a br. t. MUa Belle, 4, by Prtnco Obarlla
'... Unnett. 104 rrayior)., 1
B. Lelitb'a b. t Xa Belle. 3. W (Weber) 3
1 t B.BradleT'ab. .Baylor. 8, 103 (P. Doane). 8
, r . 1 Duke Joan and Caetaway 1L alto ran,
! r Battlnr-Ehrbt to B acatnit Mtu Bella. 8 to 1 Xa
5 Belie. oTol Baylor. Mstoal paid S6M30. S8, S4.
. TBB BtXTB BACB.
i g Puree $400, ot which (SO to uoond; Mlllaf i teTen
' S M2(?CmlcX,ich.r.l1refly.e.byThrU.Ute4--Pen
K. . Polftt. 114 (riynnv. 1
W "t. i. HealT-a cb. c. Blalto. 3, (K) (Weber) 3
, ,4,SaUMt,aeh.h.UttleJlm.e.U8(Penny) ....8
'' Hardy Pox. Kern. DrWllcox. Algernon. Iceberg,
ft, BUent, and Happy OaorgaaUoj ran.
,A Time. l:3f)v.
, it- . BeHlng-Sento5acalnitrireny,8 to 1 Btalto.10
) If tolLUtltJlm. Mutuile paid $S.2Cj; $3.70, $4J.
fi ' .
f Teetey) Eatrlea t OatUaTbarsv
' i; Pint Baot PlTre-elghtha of a alia; telling. Strata-
l i''-- ftm, 114! Qlenmound, Shotorer, 110; Headlight, 106;
( p Bomanoe, 107 Polydora, Bob Arthur. Patrick, 106;
, M Houston. Little Minnie, 104; Apollo, 103; Auetral. Zt-
6 nobIa,B8; Polly S Maggie Beck. 96.
J ,$)econd Baea-StTtnlghtbaot a mile; telling. Jay
P. Dee, 113; Bcnadlotlne. Roqoefort, Klmberly. 106;
A Arab, 10S; CenUox. 83; Toano, M; lorn liayea, Uaanl-
( C baL VOjTnttght. 87.
3:' , Third Race Kile and an eighth; handicap. Banqnet,
r 110: Matterlode. 101; Llule. WS. ,...
i k Fourth Race riTcelJihthes handicap. Clrll Berrtea.
5 111 poundt: sirocco, 110; Tormentor, 108; Kitty Van,
, t BOj LaoihUg Water, ed. ...
1 ., Fifth luce Tbree-quartere; telling. Emperor Otho,
K (formerly Eccola colt), 114 poundt; Vernon. 113; PI-
' dello. Battman. 10; Vocallle. BO; John Dicker, Ab
: OJ aconder. Irregular, 08; McKeerer, Under Corer, JtolUo
' . DaTla,ti6: Lady DtafuL 106. ,,
! if- Sixth Kace Mile; aelllng. Mountain Deer, 118
, poande; Seymour. I'rlnco Albert, Oetiyibnrf, Onaway,
',,. 112: ruul.,10'J;Bohtmun, 108;eirjSe. OTiUmgard,
i "Ji St. Denlt.87.
'' fl wASUiNoxox'a nmiNiNO XEOzzsa.
ij' ttocoad Ckolee Horaa Zael tha TaiTorttea
.'S la Four of tho Koeen
Sk WAsmKOTOB, Not. 0 There was a fair at-
Jfi tendance at the renewal of the races to-day.
f-- .The running was claso and exciting In each ot
$f the Ave ovents. Four favorites were defeated
ty by well played second choico horses. Bum-
A-,' THE ITE.Tr BACK.
i Pure $400; three-qoartert ot a tntle.
'?, CM. Morrle'a b c. Judge Morrow, 8, by Vagabond
15, Moonllirht. 113 (A. Cortngton) 1
Aj 4 W. RJenulogt'tbr. f. Experience. S, 104 (Slmme) 3
rp . Tbomae A c'o.'t cb 0. Ucld DolUr. X 107 (C. llilli... . 3
. .J BcbuyllLUI. Pannla Lewia colt, and llamttalM ran,
, .? Time, 1:18.
, r) Betting Six to Bagalnet Judge Morrow, 6 toBBx
A parttaoa, 8 to 1 Veld Dollar,
' 'j TUB StCOXD BACB.
V i. Puree' S400; aeUing: Are fortongt. ,
; ,v Uaneoelwood A Uarrnd'a b. f. Mitt Wllllama, 8. by
I J': llimrar-orace Lea. 106 (C. Hill) T7T..V.... 1
ft t- W. Sbrere't b. c. Lynn, S, 101 (llidgley) 3
1 '' ' Kenilworth Utabla'a br. g. Capuin Vanning, 6. 104
t r?5 (Hall)..., , 8
!'(: Morton, Uuttton, Jim Kenny.andCharleitonaUoraa.
J Time. 1 .Wit
Vl Bettlnt-Ten to 0 on Mln itluiama, 7to8agtJnt
- IP lyun, 40 to 1 Capuin Manning.
THK THIBO BACK.
a? Pure$O0; telling; one mile.
V V. B. Jtunlngt'e Ii. in. Ballyhoo, 4. by Duke at Ma-
1,7 genta Baby, 10U (Clmmt) , 1
: WTJennlugt'e b.(, iutyutone. 8. llO(Uttle(leld).... 3
'- IV. P. Barcn'a br. t. Margberlta, 3. 103 (Uoore). ....... B
' W VatUer alto ran.
,V- Time, 1:4(L
S Betting Three to 1 tjainit Ballyhoo, 8 to 1 Mary
, 'V atBa.ttiolMargherlta.
. if- . TUB roPBTH BACK,
, si Handlcan: puna S400; one nil and at lit eenth.
?.; a B. Morrfe't cb. f. Cella, 8. by Day Btar-Mitt Ho-
i fi, Oreor.S3 (A. Corlngton) ., 1
i'iV B . Bro wn't br. m. Senortta, B. 117 (Blmmt) 3
ffi EThomaCo.tb.m.Abno3(Ulagle7J S
'As ' Betting-Tblrtetr. to Bagtbatt ijella, 3 to 1 on Senori-
M THB ITTTH BACB.
i! Handicap tteepltcUate: pan $300; full coin.
KT. M. JVO'BrUn'a gr M. Oray Gown. B, by QUnmore
.X1 dray Bonnet, lis (Lynch) 1
2 ' Qoean Citr Btable'a cb. b. Ueronlea, aged, 166 (Pop)., a
ft' ) r.H. Bavin's b.m rUpPUp.e.l8)(Oook)...,.7.,.V...,B
"S Battlsg Thre to 1 agtJntt. Oray flown. 7 to 6 Bar.
?,' These are the entries and weights for to-
M morrow's races;
., PintBace Plraanda half fnrlongt. BaUarat. 113;
J.' Wtibert, 110: Sunday, 10S; Loet star, 108; Jlra kin-
yi nay. 104: Mattagorda Ally Coldttnam, 103; Umpln
t ' BitondTioe-Threeiurtera of a Blki handicap.
ife, foc-TarMa. lloluiJel colt. 103; Talen L, led
let-- K4ne, Dora, DO: AHttocrat &L
hi r Itaea-toandabaltTnrlongai amn. Bat-
m teed, US: Waturaon. 113; Bomarati, 107; Koonday,
P "VaBac-iMOKltJ.a.Ulnf. SfcLnka, 133;
Wv lia WlaacM CarBaU rark.
wf, cijiaViKOT.BTb race at Oarfleld Park tlayr.
jrv BeodBAoe Mre and a half furlongt; Annie Brown
lli'i, fireirnbiaiee teeond. BedtblrdT Tlme7li7tt
UfA . Talrfl Bao-MU and halt a furUng: telling! Bin
WtV, ' r'VJP Sr,t' Iom J6nM 40000) B Albans tnlrd. Time,
JE; rputh Race PIt and a half, rulongt; Olarlaa tint,
K Bedjtone tecond, VloU Qiilli tblrdT Tuna, 1:18.
sk? pitth ro otf.
K& Mixtb Race-Mile and a sixteenth; setllnr Klrnlnl
Mp Brat, So Air eooad, Junootnce third. Tlm,3;03M.
IEt Tka Wtaatra at 3louestr,
K Olotcuixs, Mor, Bv-Tcrday's race retailed as foV
JK? Pint Race Keren and one-half furlong. Lanne
JEll woa. Clamor atonnd. Quutlon Ihlrd. tim,l:SeM.
K5 Betond luce TbreHjurtere of a roile. Maraaton
fL won, Koble Duke eeooniLVulpin third. Tim. Ill B.
HT Third llaee aren rurlontt Apomattox won,Mlrlh-
H woed Htond, India Uubber third. Time, fttl,
Vf ir""" "0hiOMTf if? ' wna,XmBta J.Mo-
At1 taltarnrudc-haTtSirVag. Bettl won,
ft Jytpollataoana. Cuoardtia thir. Ttm.OiBt.
averzs jdqt at nin cbxbb xoabd.
TD Vterau Wr4 at lwrtow ItSJtat la
Tho fourth weok of the handicap tourna
ment at the Manhattan 'Chess Club leaves
Hodgos still away ahead. Ford holds his own
tor socond place. Ot the others Sostwlek's
score looks most promising. Tho following Is
the Beore of the loaders:
Mum. WHLrtaf. rirnt Aim, Wbj.PJeijA Tttftff.
ltodgH.i.16 1J W.7J) fwnty..l3 18 MM
ronf..lo 13 N0 Wilton..,, in . 70 r&K3
BoelwieV 11 14 Ti.R7 Bod...(,j V 13 Vim
UanntniillH IB .7ii Uathway.!" So tlO.Od
.In the championship tournament of the City
Cihess Club. Halporn. by vlrtuoot ms defoats at
tho hands of &. jCoyd and Hetn, lost his load to
the former. The scoro Is as follows:
Jtaiua, rr.Xiet.Pr!. Kaait, ITo. Lt,r rml.
ftL0Td T - TOO Nugent 4. 6. 444
alpern.. .8 8 09 e Blgmann....8) H eao
KMMay...".T , 08.5 Uuntington..3 7 SUO
llein..:. iH H 88.6 ,
After four weeks' 'piny, the tournament nt
BlmpRon'A jJlvan on thu Ktrarui, London,
ended In favor of the .veteran. If. ,2. Bird,
Tlnsloy takes second prize, MUller thlrd..whll9
Jasnogrmlsky and Loman divide fourth and
fifth prltcit, Tho following is the result:
MiEEviE: i H 1 1 1 8 1 g"
ft irD.oiij:::::::::::: ?Hni2?fii2a
N.JaanftBTodiky O I M - 6 O 1 1 H H
It. Loman O 6 1 -U H 1 liiM
J.MrtUnr...t 00 1 H- 0 IHO
A.J B.Bolland 0 0 I O d 0 1 - 1 U
B. Tintier U IHp.HlQ-ltH
L.VnVUet. 81 DgHToOO-aH
mo nonasH wur at XAanrnxjc.
Tho Tint Three Mams Won try t or
wiiimu., Itor. p' Three of tb Br farcMte went
down at Weil Ride Park to-dy In a terlet ot nets run
in a drenching rain on a alulby track. Bryant landed
two winner. The winner ot the tecond race, Pint
Lap, b. a, by Ulapi, dam Monette. wax told hy B. Berry
tor asoo to II. Blmmont of LonltrlU.
Nine ttarted In the opening race, a telling pone, fir
and a halt furlong. Ituth, at 3 to 1. wa the farorlte,
bnt the flnlthed cnplaced. the 6 til chance Cbettnnt
Belle winning at the pleated by a length from the 0 to
1. t'onWe Bucklngbam. hettle Kent third. Time. 1:13.
Iteren ttarted In the teoond rac. a telling ram. on
mil. Homenet wa rarorlte at 8 to. a. but bit weight
nohored Mm In the mud. and Ftrtt Lap. at 6 to 1, won
In a gallop by two length from the Enoulror fllly Drift,
who wat four length in front ot llueneme, Tim.
The tlx-furlong handicap had lire two-year-old atari
era. The Lelape Ally Ullntic O. waa the favorite at 3 to
1. She won, pulling up, by a length. K. K, at 0 to 1,
flnltblng eecond. a neek befor the teoond pick. Belli
Bltland. Time, 1:18. . .
only three of tba ten eutrle In the teren and a halt
furlong handicap went to the pott. Rlral, farortte at
3 to 1 on. handily dlrpnttd ot her competitor, winning
In a romp br tour, length from Jo Carter, who beat
larietta out by two length. Tim. 1:41,
The latt race, tour furlong, telling, for two-yarldt,
with ten tttrlere, waa a canter for the 4 to 1 ebanc
Lon Dudley. Bh won by two length! from the 7 to 3
pick, Bucahound, who beat tht farorlte, Maggl Lebua,
a neck ror placa honora Time, 0.63.
Th Bnt inn wlnnert wan tired by Llpa
A. Fighter Who amoves to Train.
Bar St. Loot. Xot, 8. Billy Myer elalma that he ha
conceded weight to Jimmy Carroll, bnt it eeemt that It
It Myer who it getting th advantage. A Sox repre
tenutlr taw Carroll weigh yeiterday, and he tipped
the beam at exactly 188 poundt. When he fought
Andy Bowen he weights but 181 pound
Carroll and Crista are bard at work, drimn lore
boxing and ball punching purely for the tclence, and
he takei a tpeclal pleainre in tparrlng with Carroll.
Yeiterday. while the two boxed, the trainer wa talk
log all tbe while, and to mike Johnny duck properly
he reminded bun with two good wficka about th
race, driainl graceful In Try morement, but he 1
learning new dodget dally.
Griffln It tound and perfect In ttomach and wind. He
ld to-dayi "Mow can I b ahort-wlnded f latrtr
drank whtikey nor nted tobacco in any thape,,and
hareatwara taken tbe belt ofoareotmybody.,, Tne
roung fellow now meatnrtt acroat lb cheat 37 inchee.
le le 6 feet 6 tnchet talL. Larktna bat the adrantag
of height and nach. but It It doubtful whether he can
hit any harder. Orlftln mad twelva mUet yeiterday.
Inmpcd the rope 3.600 timet without topping, punched
the bU on hour and a half, and tparna teram round
with hit trainer.
VarroUaayt: "Th only tronole I And with arlffln I
be loret bit work too well, and I bar to tee that he
doet not orerdo the thing." Until the dayot the bat
tle Carroll will box bit loan and teach him aU be ha
not yet found out in tbe ring. Orlntn uyi: " I lore
boxing and bll punching better thn road wprk.
There ll aome atudy attached to It. and It It not to mon
otonoui. He bai the beet of home-made beef tea. food
that nonrltjiei without fattening, and tho beet of nib
bing after exercl. He slecpe well. nd hi mind U
kept tree from Terylhlng ot a dltturblcg element
Experts "With the Shot On.
Th Manhattan Gun Club of tht city win hold no
regular tboot during the rett of the year, but a match
between Pretldenf PlegenBelmer. J. A. Hoffman, and
M. Llchtenberger, at 60 lire bird. 38 yardt rite, $60
each, will be thot at Dexter Park next month.
Th Wauregan Gun Club will hold a meeting toon at
138 Bowery for tho pnrpottot a thorough reorganiza
tion. The club hara not thot for three month, and
Capt, Mix yy i going to know th reaton why.
nxTtran rox tax wxix.
Tueeday Phcenlx Oon Club, lire bird, at Dexter
Wcdneiday Parkway Rod and Can Club, lire bird,
at Dexter Park; Coney Itlaud Bod and Gun Club, lira
blrdt. at Woodlawn Park
Thunday Unknown Una Club, llr bird, at Dexter
Friday Th New Tork German Gun Cmb and th
Jeannelle Unn Club, team match at Ure blrdt, at Dex
ter Park. ,
Btturday Protpecl Htlghtt dun Club, bin rock, at
Parkrllie: Dexter park Bhootinx AatoeUtion, bloo
rock, at Dexter Park.
The Shoot Between Brewer and' Fnlford.
The ground! ot the Jeney City Htlgbtt Gun Club,
at Marlon, bar been fitted np in good ihip for th
matchea between Capt John L. Brewer and B. D. PnL
ford. The tboot will take plac on Thnrtday, Friday.
and Saturday aftarnoon. lii etch matob th men will
huot at 100 Ure blrdt. under Hurllngbam rale, with
the fence a the boundary. The daket ar $1,000 a
aide. Buth men are aald to be tbnotlug with onuual
accuracy. Brewer bat th call In th betting.
Blow Will radios Do for Solan t
Tbe offer of th Rhode Itltnd, A. C. ot a 11.000 pure
for Peter Mhcr. tbe Irlth champion, and Jim Dolan ot
Froridence, for a Anna tight, ha been deollned by
Billy Madden. Mabar manager. Madden baring been
conililmt tn refuting to meet beaten or unknown
men. Jark Fallon at one went to the Owrraiad JTm
office, and atkd to bar It ttlemped to Froridence
I bit b would meet Dolan on the tame terma. Fallon
i looking rery well. The work he hat don In sparring
with Maher In Philadelphia latt week teemed to harS
been ot great bentflt to the "Brooklyn strong Boy."
rrlnceton'a Fraahauen Cannot Flap at Now
Pxtxexrox, Rot. 0. A telegram addnttel to Prino
ton College nd tlgned"UtrTard" has been rcoetred
from that nnlrenlly by th Football AMoolatlon con
gratulating Princeton on Saturday gam. Th tele
gram deterlbed It M "a gloriouriotory." Th itadtnta
here were not lurprlied at the mult. They now ay
that th icon ibould hare been 40 to 0.
A Urge crowd ot itodentt ataembled on th 'rtrtlty
grounda to-day to welcome th vletorlou tleren. When
they appeared on the Held they war loudly cheered.
Only a thort gmt played.
All the men appeared to be tnexoelltat trim and not
the lean tired. .They played with much greater map
thanntual. and tcored Iwotogcbdownt esalnit th
tcrub team. Wheeler, left guard, wa th only man
who did not play tn-day.
There It no truth In th report! that th eleren ar
ortrtrelned. ho team hat ever been In better phytic!
condition at tbe tame teuon, and erery on le oonA
dent that they will max a pluoky Bgkt agalntt Vale on
Tbahktgirln Dy. Jack McBatterifeelt greatly elated
onrBarurdaytrlctory, and tipeoialljr orer tniiun
ftm made Ifi th teoond halt.
Tbe faculty bare refuted to allow th freibmen to to
to Kew Un to play th Yal fretbmea to-morrow.
Oava Too (lot "Boar Tlakat for Tnaaka.
Th InUrett In lb Ibankiglrlng pay foolball match
between Princeton and Yag, at Manhattan fleld, prom
it to tcllptt that attending th match latt pear. At
th auction tal en Saturday night th premium on
boxe. choice leat, and coach ttU reached nnpre
dented figure. All th ipact left orer were placed on
tale yeiterday morning at th Manhattan Alhletlo
riatfa theatre. There wat an Immente ruth tor ticket.
They were told only to that wlihlng them for their
own uee and their famllie Latt night leatt In th
grand ttaud were told out. nraduatei will bar to ap
ply to Preiideni Parrand at Princeton and Preildint
Wright at Yale If they want aeat. Th al of Mate on
the open referred ittnd " D'' will commence tola morn
ing at th Manhattan Athletlo Cllb.
. There wiu be no admlitlou tlektta told until thn
dy .before tb game. Thli It don to pnvtnt anp
COttOterlellUckeU being latd. '
Two of WUllaaaa Beat Men Ia'ared,
Wiuumroirg, Vor, 8-BMhnt, tb itrongett lineman
on lb WlllUmt elerea, ad ardiU,'on ot th two
beit talr, did not takt put In lb prctu gam to
day on account ot lnjurle recelrod In Baturdty't gam
with Technology, Their abno waakent tba leant
Immtaturably. Bobby Wlniton, latl year! trainer,
nam np to-day to take th teaui In band until th gam
with Amkirtl on Jior, 30.
It I rumored that VTIIllami will play th Unlrtnlty
of Pennirlrtala in Kew York on the rncrslng befor
lb Yale-rtluceton gam.
HitroK. Hot. p. Laftyettt foothill men txpeot to
play a ttrcng gue ax alnit Leblgb her on Wednetdty,
Capt. March and Half-back Moyle, both ot whom were
unable to nlay at tb former game with Lehigh, will
tlty, Volgbt, wpoe note It broken, tart Ii will err
Unly play, and Wllion expect to hare liii ipralned
ankl In working order. The team hat been badly crlp
plei ot lata, but expect to abow up In full tlrtngih on
WMnetdky. A good many alomafar cosuug back to
MiBpurowx. for. 9. Tb Wetleytn team deroted th
grittcr part of lliprictlte hour to-day to the work nf
Derfuilng th men In Uelr knowledge of the eignal.
Capt Pullman wa pathAM ready for work. Hlar,
back, th gnat halt back and captain ot Ian year
elerea,! her forth week an Will ooteb. the team
dally. In order tojet more tlm tor practice, tb f oot
paJI majagemntfca.petlUoned tht taoulty forpe
lor fiat ret) cftt featonT It U prooabl UH hrt
tetwUayajid, . (
A nOMASCB OF THIS EAST BIDB.
"Swipe- Slolo "I'alUr'a" Sweelhart,a
Thr wu War la Chrpstlo Stree'.
Miss Minnie Bosonblatt of Chrystle strct Is,
preUW No one looking at her rosy cheeks,
danolng blue cyos.and shining golden hair,
which persists In forming In the most obsurtl
curls, clustering closotoherwcll-shnpedhcad.
would havo tho heart to galnsaRthaJ sho le al
together tho most charming of tho east sldo
well-roundod form, dainty hands and foot, and
lively manners, altogether cMc -
Up to n wookogotlie most nrdontBdrnTror
'of tho fair Mlnnlo was Mlko Bilverman. fatall
Isrlyknow In tho environs ot Essex street as
"Yoltor." When Mlko Works ho la a butcher,
and a hnrdy. strong butcher, too. Dut It is
said ho Is not " stack on workln'." and. In fact.
Mlnnlo last night sobblngly declared. "Ho
novor works: he's a bum." while j'Vallor."
Prom behind sovoral, yards of , l.lood-Btalnod
bnn(logC8.gavoanoi)lnlon of his onoo cliarm
lng flitmothat would not look well In print.
ft nil enraa abo,ae fol owe: Mlnnlo. llko
most oast sldo girls. lBWWslonntcly fond of at
tending thq Boworr dlmo musoums. oho is
nn arrant littlo flirt, but hitherto hor little
nfralrs with the tattooed man. elephant boy.
glnss enter. Australian wild boy. throo-loggod
man. living .skeleton, and fire ft"f
affected YallerV' tenanoy of hor heatt
Kvon the museum's bunco men, with their
flnoQlothlngandwaxod.mouBtnchPs and tho
hsmfat oomedlans with their bad flnglng and
vllo iokoa could not offsot tho butclior boy s
charms, and " Ynllof". was a happy man
Jeek ago Blondoy. the. onohantlng Minn d
topped into tho Gaiety Museum. Hh met tho
lecturer e advances with a ,TWho vor talkln' to?''
and smllod scornfully whon.tho Dutoh song-and-donoe
artist In tholltUe theatro played for
her and pathetically sung. "Of sho only would
be mlno.1' But the honrtlcss maid mot her fato
tho very noxtsoene. when tho curtain rolled
up anil rovealed "Swipes tho Newsboy." In
the glory of n new pair of. bluo trunks and a
rod Bilk linndkcrchfcf. onthuslastlctlly thump
ing a generously proportioned young woman
in green tights and a purpe bodice, whom tho
lecturer announced as ,' tho lady champion
boxer of the world, open to meet nil comers.
As Minnie gated upon tho noblo Bwipes.
whowos handling tho stout young woman
aulto as roughly as ho would havo Mok Coi
ns. ,YallorT,becamo ns naught to hor. and
she threw hor heart with the bunch of chrys
anthemums at hor bosom nt tho feet ot tho
perspiring boxor. , ,..
Mlnnlo did not return to her parents home,
and the " butcher boy she lovorf so well" eoon
learned tliot sho wos with the fascinating
'Hwlpes." Yesterday afternoon tho boxer had
his lady lovo out for nn airing on Broomo
stroct. when suddenly tho cooing pair came
faoo to face with Hllvprman and rt pal named
Pete. A volumo of abuse assailed Jh? young
girl, and then, applying a vliooplthet. Yallor'
threatened to strike tho weeping Mlnnlo. All
tho chivalry in "Bwipes" camo to tho surfaco,
and. Blthough ho was outmatched In slso and
wolght by thotwomon.he dared 'Yallor" to
raise his hand. The latter made a motion
to etrlko tho girl, and the. boxor sent
him reeling with a . woll-plaood blow.
The next momont thoro. was a gen
eral scrimmngo. and "Swipes " got
8 lesson in rough-nnd-tumblo fighting, for
llvermnn. uslnghis head, spread Swipes s
noso over his faco. " Ynller's " pal took a
hand In and things looked bad for tho boxor.
Be got around to Chrystle street, and In front
of ,rBnp " Drlsooll'8 notorious saloon a ring
was made by tho loungers of tho placo and
neighborhood, and Donnls Sullivan, Iwttor
known as " Flntnose." appointed hlmsolf ref
eree ana allowed ho would look out for fair
play. "Bwipos" nnd "Ynller" went nt.lt
under no particular rules nnd for twenty min
utes thero was a scrap that sot tho spectators
Wild. Hllvorman provoa hlmsolf a strong and
plucky fighter and he fought with a wicked
ness incited by hl wrongs- But he was no
match for the pugilist, and. at the close was
literally covered with blood. " Bwipes " him
self aid not escnpo a bad. beating.
"Swlpos"nnd tho girl woro found living In
Chrystle Btroet lost night, having rented fur
nished rooms. The boxor deelarod ho had
married Minnie on Sunday night, but would
not glvo tho name of tho minister who hod
joined them In wodlock. or other particulars.
Tho girl when asked simply covored her pretty
hoad with tho bodclothing nnd altornntely
wept and hysterically laughed as tho boxer
related his sldo of tho story. .
Novice of the Wayne Athletic Clan.
Th norioe ot th Wayne Athletlo Club held an all
round competition at the Caledonian Phylcl Culture
School, Jeney City Heighti, on Btturdoy evening. Tb
rorty-Are-yard Bun-Flrat heat, won by E. E. Berrl
gan; T. 0. Wall eecond. Tlme,540econda Second
heat, woa by J. Keere: T. Powen tecond. Time, 6 4-5
eronde. Final boat, won by Berrlgan, with Keeee loc
ond. Time, 8 a-S teebndt.
Forty-ne-ard llurdld Bare Won by K.B. Berrlgan;
T. O. wall tecond. T1m. e 3-6 tecondt.
Four-hundred-and forty-yard Bun Won by B. II. Ber
rlgan: J. Powen tecond Time. 1 minute 3 teconda,
Running Ulna Jump Won by J. Keete; T. UAtttU
tecond. Height. 4 feet 11 tncbea.
One-mile Bun Won by T. Douglat; T. O. Wall lecond.
Time, 8 mlnntet 27 teeonda. .
Etght-hundred and-elghty-yard Walk-Won hy T 0.
Wall; J. Powen tecond. Time, 4 mlnntet 28 tecondt.
The polntt erored went T. O.W all. 10: E.B. Barrlgan,
B; J. Powen, Ti J. Keete, bs T. Douglat, 4.
Ketaney and Callaghan Matched.
- After a lot of talk Aghtlng, poitponemenl. nd cbln
ot a generally evatlre nature. Billy Kenney.the el
amateur champion of America, and Tom Callngban.
"tbe Irlthmn."an matched tn Oght to a Anltb with
kinglovei. Theyeigned article In the IHuttiute.1 Xttt
offlce retterdar. The tklu glove part ot the contract
made kenney hold off tor a while, hut now It It aU Ax
ed. and a go ot the kind that hew Torken are very anx
lout to ate will come off wit hln Are weekt. Tbe weight
of the men It limited to 114 poundt, gtr or take on
pound, to weigh In three hourt before entering tbe ring.
Billy O'Brien, who repreicuted Kenuey, made a plea for
a weighing In two boun and a half before Aghtlng, but
Joe Early, for Cellaghtn. atood out ou three noun, and
Bach ltd put np 1100 tn gutruite appearance at
welghtng-ln ttm nd t weight. In cue cllber man
telle in either particular be forfeit! the S10Q. The man
wUldgtatforaSl.OOOpune and CCOatlda. The man
who win will be matched agalntt Ueorge Dixon.
Odds and End of HporU. .
Mr.V. n.. Brooklyn. Th Brnntwlek-Blk-Collen-der
Company, SUO Broadway, Kew York.
The Clinton Athletic Club will hold a tlag at It Water
street club rooma en Monday erenlng. Nor. Id.
WiLxuitaax, Xor. Hi Carroll Johnton and hit man
agar, H. llolloway, of the Uottoon Company, rattafoot
rac ot 100 yard to-day tor a wager ot tlOa Johnton
The following date were yeiterday allowed by th
Schedule Committee of tb Metropolitan Annotation:
Nov. 80. Palmetto A. C. boxing entertainment; Deo. 28,
Company E, Ninth Itegiment, athletic game.
The annual handicap crote-country run of the Suburb
an Uarrien for the Kllpatnek hrouie will be held at
Englewood, N. J., on Saturday afternoon. A Ed Carter
will be a Hurler In the race, the handicap! will be al
lotted by L. a sharp ot the New York Athletlo Club.
Tb Lorlllard A. 0. lactone team have won Are game
ont of eren thl actaon. The garnet loit were from
th enck N. Y. A. C. cbamploni of the A. A V,. and tb
Schuylkill Nary A. C. Th vtiturln were from the At
torla A. c. Staten Itland A. 0. and Hurling epruig A.
C, ot Kntherford.
C. O. yield, a ftt colored runner of th Twenty
tecond ward. Brooklyn, end W. Hoy rn a half mil
race at Wunlngton Park Brooklyn, yeaterdty. Th
race waa for a 160 trophy, and waa a good one,
Fleldt only winning by a trine over a yard. Time, a
minute. IS teoondt.
Th Indoor Cbamplonihlp flame Commute nf the
AmeUur Athletlo Onion wiu meet this evening at
the Manhattan Athletlo Club bouie. when the further
plana for tb tuppleinentary gauiee or tbe A. A. U.,
which an to be held at Mdion bquare Garden on Jan.
38 will be conildered.
Tb Thorn P. Cbamben' Athletlo Aitoctatlon waa
erganlud yetterdty, in the Tenth ward, Urookl) n. Th
orQcertrt Jtmee Bobcrta. Pretldent: John Muldoon,
Vlee-Pretldtnti Lawrence Conlan,Recordlng Secretary;
William Qntnu, yinanctat Becretaryi Pdward Ilowl.y,
aeaturer, Tt olub room are at 105 Bond itreet.
kt Bal 8d otbtr wejl-knowu amateun belong to
tba club. ,
Tbe hitler rlrtlry between Jerry Barnett and Tom
Creed will bare an outlet In the invitation tournament
of tht Brooklyn Athletlo Club on Deo. 8, when th noted
fekther wtlgbtt moot In a tpeclal tour-round "go."
Ed bvber and Sam Kelly will alto lettl a long dIRer
enc of opinion, wall tmr It a tptclal lorltatlon clat
at 186 pounda.
A tpeclal meeting ot tb Athletlo Committee of th
Longliland Amateur Athletlo Leegu will b htldTat
ti eawanhk Boat Club hou.o. comer of Bed
ord avenue and Clymer etreet. Brooklyn, to-morrow
night, to can on tb entrlei to tbe Ant annual boxing
and WTcitllng rhamplonthip touruty.wblcn ocoun hov.
ID and 31 at the Clermont arcnu rink, Brooklyn.
Th entrltl elott to-dar to tbeaerond annual boxing
tournament ot the Standard Athletlo Clab of Brooklyn,
which ocean! Turn 1111. Urocnpolnt arenue. Green-
Joint. Thepn.tmtnarleattke plac on Thunday, Nor,
2. and th Anal on Katurda v.TJor. 1. Tbe following
weight an open to lramteun i Bantam, 105 poande
and unatri f lather, 116 pounda and under; tpeclal, 12ft
poundt and under! light. 186 pound and uudir, and
waiter, 148 pound and under. '
' At the colored boxing ehamptonablpi, which take
plC hor. 80 at Bobextaon'i Uymuiatum, corner ot
Orange and Pulton etreete, Brooklyn, ttong Cbtng and
(Jharll lAing will par for th 125-pound Chine
Amerloau chamctqaiblp. Entnta for the colored tour
nament an coming In fait, and th entrl will far
outnumber lb two prerlout yeer. Th wtlgbta an
106. 116V 18S, and 1M pouad. Bntrlet cloie hor. SI
with Wiu. BobertaoB, 804 Broadway.iw York.
Tb Nonpareil Rowing Club bar nominated th fol
io wing officer for the entulag yer, ana. at th .nomi
nation wr unnlmoua, they will undoubtedly b
elected: Pretldent, II. J. Behrent. Jr..t Vloe-Prceldent,
J.J. Morphyi Beoretuy, Oeorte Bate! Anlitant Bee-
Eltrr, (leorgeMsert) Trcaiurer, A. E. Potter; Captain.
, II. Cvaer; pint Lieutenant O. A. Berti Beoond
utenant,.Ti Nicola: TroiUei.W. Talbett. W. B. Camp
bell, and B. W. Bradbury. There 1 much regret among
tb memben tht Capt, Canaran would not act for aa
other year, a hi work wai vary tatlifaclory.
Nevr) frant tho Ilerae World.
W, L, namereloy yesterday sold his colt,
Inferno (formerly IagoL four years, by Bend
Or, out ot Billet Deux, to Lugeno Lolgn, Prlco,
eald to b 1.600. Iuferao has won four purse
ruco raoos out of thirteen starts this years. t
'Jacob nupport, tho brewer; Is Increasing his
racing string nt Urqvesend. Ho is said to havo
puld John Dwyor 1&.0UU for tho two-year Illly
nnshtng Belle.- by HI Ban. out oMtofracJIon.
Tbe filly began racing ut auttentiurgonJnn.1
1, and nod been sent to tho ioet twenty-live,
times up to Oat, 20, winning six races. Hbo lias!
earneda rett, ana may -do well jia-tiap.threp-
VERY ANXIOUS FOR PMCE.
xttAT xa rjB Amtvnn or xw orw
Bnt Thep tastst that Ty WIM
the Bitter End Vatesa KatwraMa raaea
Caa he Sear4-A. Iret XsnaAer r A
odaUoa Matraatea la War Trt-liarti)
OBKlala fJalatir lBltlrrt - They WIU
rVtsh ihe'TvreivaClah fcwtarae 8Baa
tin trie Maya n Ilaa Steared Oronnda,
A hordo of American Association officials
have Invaded Hew York, flllloB tho air with
wild rumors of war. pooco. compromise, and
extermination. George W. Wagner, f. 8. El
liott, and William Bnrnloof Phlladolphla: Qub,
Bohmols. managor of the Oolumbus Club; J.
B, Hart, secretary ot tho Boston Club:
Chris Von dor Aho.tho Bt Louis" magnate:
Qoorge WllllrTms. Prosldont of the Chicago
Association Club, nnd Fred Pleffor, captain and
mnnogor of tho same, woro oil gfttlierod to
gether In tho lobby of the Grand Control Hotel
yestorday ovonlnc. They wero waiting tor
something. Presently tho doors of tho hotel
swung open with a bang, and the. figure of
Jamoa Mutrlo appeared. Instantly tho
magnates, who had boon sitting in a
circle whispering solemnly to each othor.
sprang to thoir feet and rushed upon Smiling
James. Tho rotund form ot Von der Ah
reached Mutrle first, and the two walked away
nnd consulted in a mysterious manner. Then
Von der Aho called BUlle Barnland J. B. Hart,
and the whisperings continued. Georga Wag
ner.' who sat alone In a neglected sort bt way,
said Mutrle had been out Bearchlng tor
grounds for an Association team in this
city, and they wore wotting to hear what he
had to say. Plnally. Mutrlo cam away from
tho littlo group, and was asked Ithe had .se
cured grounds. ,
'Certainly." ho replied, in his exuTlerant
way. " Got moro grounds than wo know what
to do with, and we've got tho money."
In reply to a question as to where ho found a
spot caoablo of affording room tor a ball
grounds. Mutrlo maintained a dignified
sllonco. Later on Mutrle and'a number ot the
magnates wont Into secret session.
Tho obioct of tho Association mon In coming
to Now York was not solely to hear Jim Mutrle
say ho hnd secured grounds. Ameetlngottho
Clroult Committee, composed of Von der Ahe.
Barnlo, nnd Bchmclz. Is eald to bo tho prin
cipal reason for, tho Invasion. It is said
tho oommlttei) will arrange tho soolaUtm
circuit boforo they leave this city. The vnrloua
magnates woro full of bluster and showed a
bold front Bonoiitlt It all, however, waa a sln
coro and earnest deslro for Peace. They roalito
that thoy are not situated ndvantageously f or
nnothorl battle with UiojSatlonalXSaguo, and
thoy want a settlement berore tho new year
is roachod. Tho Association teams now havo
salary lists that, considered from tb stand
point of twonty-flvo cent ball are appalling,
nnd they reallzo that If tho struggle with the
League is k.-pt up during the summer of 1892
thoy will havo to go down deep Into thelrpoclt
oU or sell out. Whllotho Assoclotlon people
mako no direct overtures for nenoe. that word
is on tho lips of all. " Glvo us on
honorablo peace." thoy say. and they roltorata
tho demand to nn extent indicative of an over
whelming doslro for poace. The Circuit Com
mittee moeting nnd the throat to PUtnn Asso
claUontoam in this city rtro simply for tho uur
poeo of Inliuoncing the laguo mooUng whioh
wil bo hold hero on Wednesday, the idea
belns; that if tho Loaguo can be scared a little
tho Association would get bettor terms in caso
of n compromise. , . .. .
There appears to be considerable cruelty in
the Association using Mutrie simply ns a tool
with which to bluff tho ijeaguo. as not ono
level-headed porson in ft thousand belioyes
that tho Association has the slightest intention
of placing nn Association learn In Newiorlt
city. Tho insurmountable difficulty to such
an undertaking would" bo the securing of
grounds. There, is not within a reosonablo
Ulstanco of the city a natch of earth that ran
be scoured for a bofl ground, and of this
Mutrlo is well aware. Tho talk of making a
bull ground out of .Coogon'a bluff is bosh,
That story originated in this way: John Ward
met Coogan and jokingly asked. Wall.
Coogan, what havo you got in the way ol pail
Coogan. who took the matter seriously, re
plied that a diamond might be laid out on tno
bluff wost of the Polo Grounds. He wan much
intorostoil n the matter, and ossured several
poreons that tho Association people wero
after his land for a ball ground. Any othor
ground would be north ot tho Harlem Biyer,
undnsitnovtnkesonohour to go from Park
place to 155th street. It. would appear that
grounds located boyond that point would
necessitate a wearisome amount of travel.
Again, tho Question of capital would con
front tho Association people. George Wapnor
assured o Sun roporter that only $5,000 had
been subscribed toward an Association club
here, and that was from PrlncpofBoston. J.
B. Hart sold ho hnd secured $35,000 toward a
club hero. The two statements differ materi
ally. Tho capital of tho proposed now club lfl
ovldcntly In nnombryotia condition.
On tho other hand, the Loogue officials i In
this city are quite Indifferent as to what the
Association dies. War or pence, it appears to
bo all tho same to tho Loague men. At
tho same time. ,theyiLhave a definite
plan in view for the settlement ot
the basoball trouble. .Tills Is by the
formation of a twelve-club League, and a
schedule for twelve clubs is now being drawn
up. The cities included In this schedule are
Now York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia. Boston,
Baltimore nnd Washington in the East, and
Chicago, Cinclnnatl.Plttaburgh. Cleveland,
and bt. Louis in the West This would mean
two clubs in Philadelphia, and a con
solidation or sale Dy tho Associ
ation in Boston and Chicago. This
question will come up at the League meeting,
and tho Loaguo mon will mako every effort to
carry It through. It is coniidently asserted
that when next spring comes there will be no
Association toainln Chicago, and that Pfeffer
will bo found again at seoond base in Anson a
A Hun reporter talked with each ot tho Asso
ciation ofUclals. . .
W illlam Barnle. who coaxed Blohardsonand
Connor away from Now York, said: Yea, I m
in favor of peace, if it can bo secured pn equi
table terma. Otherwiso I am for a Dght."
Gcorco W. Wagner, brother of J. Earl Wag
nor. remarked: rThe prospect for an Associa
tion team here Is bright but it all depends on
grounds. Mr. Prince of Boston hasBubncribed
15.000 toward a club hero, and I think
the Assoclarloncan bo depended upon for f 25,
000. Mr. Elliott. Vice-President and attorney
of our club, called on Mr. rJpnlding this morn
ing aDd bought the ten shares of stock owned
by itosor Connor. Wo shall attend tbe meet
ings of the Now York Club In tne future and
learn how a Dengue club Is Conducted."
a us Bfhmolz said he was there as a member
of the Circuit Committee. Columbus is kick
ing hard against, being thrown out of the As
sociation, un event of which thoy stand in
deadly fear. , , . ,, ,,
T. a. Elliott said the twelve-club Idea would
not be entertained In Philadelphia. He dldn t
600 how It oould bo worked. Ha was in favor
of nn honorablo peace. . . , . ...
When Chris Von der Ahe waa asked what he
thought of tho twolve-olub Idea, be said:
" That needs study. I don't think I'm In
favor of It I'm in favor of peace if it can be
secured on an equitable basis. We ought to
get back to the days when the spring and fall
games between tho two bodies netted soTnuon
money. This seems to be a game of f reete-out
aod it's a questlou wbloh can stand
t longest lfslurtlngthegam and should
e stoppod. Tho AssociaUon Peace OommlttoB
ssUU in existence, and is ready to meet the
Loague. But if the League InsUU i on a war to
the knife wa shall meet Oiem. It it comesto a
bnttie tho AssoclaUon, will start a sporting
goods manufactory. In opposition to the
paldlngs. No matter what the AssooiaUon
does none of its eiubs will be thrown down. If
Itlsnocessarytogotiidot one club It will be
bought out" ... , . .
J. ii.Hiirt.whon questioned, spoke as fol
lows: "I want To see an, honorable peace,
l'hls matter should be sottled by mutual oon
cosalons, lam sorry to say the outlook Is not
bright for pence. They say we can't getcapl
toffor n club in thU city. Lot me eay that
I have already secured $36,000 Inplodgee. and
moro prpmlsod.'1 When Mr. Hart'sattention
was colled to tho fact that Mr. .Prince, iho
owner of the Boston Association elub. had ex
pressed hlmsolf uTfavor of ontering a twelve
olubleaguo. the secretary said: a 'Mr, Prtnco
simply expressed ilB views aa an Individual,
WhenE!0iSf,Taloott was .asked what ho
thought of the prospecte of an Assooiatlon
teamhereheiaugbsd and BaldiTbe Ideal
absurd. I don't beliove, anybody with com
mon sense would think of attempting to
put a team In hore with the certainty
of a ' blUer light, with the League
team, Thoy would not .only havo
to go to great expense for grounds, but would
have to guarantee salaries of Players, and big
salariesnt that It would entail a risk ot $78.-
8000 or 100,000. without the sllghest prospoot
I getting a cent on tho invp.tment. and I
onTt know anybody who would assume such
J?W.UpaiJing jomarkedi "I am not at all
uneasy over tho talk of an Association team
here. If thoy do puta tcamin this city, whloh
Is very improbable, they wiu ,got all the fight
thoy want I think the twelve-club plan ft a
good one. and I think It will be earnestly
Pt is Mserted that the chief backer of Mutrle
in his effort to prgaMBn Association team
Jn this olty I Al Johnson, who took aa aotke
ACAVKMT JBOIfXERAI STXIUT WOMK.
Th Meaareht rnaUtae, and aleara Taha
Tttrt ta the Osentag NIcht'a aaia.
Th Aeadray (fonnitty romeroy!) tonrnmnt be
gan It eighth eon lait night, Th icoret
. nut un
X A B, EniM. AAA Avfre.
VM W.B 1 7 120 lllBhnt.....O 3 4 1M
Cdlen. 4 B 4 )03 Kopperma.o 4 n 123
Kliillng.,,.,,4 a s 1M fleljen, .,..,.. 9 a in
fre.i..M..s, ft -j jny fitertm a 4 4 IW
LthrbMh i 0 4 loo reierton. I 4 a 184
total 141830 773 TcUlt "01922 723
Wonrck M ltt 3,17 809 BT1 448 810 811 70S 77S
raetlnte T8 140 320 80i 807 410 4DB BOO 40 73
Arire-Monreh. lot 3-01 Paitlm. 144 28,
Umpire W. V. Murphy. Beortn Theodore rox and
- . . M -. Kr.lt. Stm.
ninbortt..,,l a s 187 Btihop. a a s in
KapMrman.,.. n a Jftfl Khrtg l B a i4
Tlltfen 1- n 4 18 Barklag 1 3 7 133
rinmna. ,i2 3 180 bnnltak I 4 0 18.1
retonon......u, a 8 lib Altenan I B 4 1G0
Total 15 10 20 CM Total ,!o3323 7M
raitlme fit 1TB 3.13 308 878 4fi0 Ml) MS 8S1 rtiM
rieature 77 148 313 290 SSS 428 &07.C8D 843 708
Areraire raillme, 133 1-0! riekinre, 141 fW.
Umpire M, lltuiter. Boorirt 11, litiuhont and H.
. K H. B. Sere, f. K It fine,
Biihoe ,i a a is Mie a a a 144
Hcbrg.,u o 7 11V I'ardleu. ..2 n n 1AJ
Barklag 8 4 8 lfts Kleillng 3 2 8 120
Demkalt a 1 7 lit rrttie.. 2 r. a 100
Altenan 8 4 a 102 Lehrbach a G a 173
Total Itiosii 703 Total! Tllil 781
ritatsr .73 148 307 38.1 343 398 478 ESS rW, 703
Monarch 77 102 343 810 887 441 014 CbM 077 781
Average rietiur. 1403-0: Monarch. 1831 A
umplr Martin Bub Scorer Theodor loi ana
Kotwlthitandlng thkt'th Academy began it tourna
ment latt night, a big crowd of cntnuilut Mumbled
at th Uermanla Alterably Boom alltyt to vltnin th
gam between tbe I'eerleie. Bmplra and Koaedal
Club. Th big bowleM from Brooklyn rerretentlng the
Feerleit Club thought they had a cinch in their gam
with tb SmnlKi, but the "old nllablee" from Vert
rill were In fine tettlaand turned the tablea on their
opponent rrltnott th tUgbtut dlRlcnlty. Tb high
ecoie roUer. tb lloiedtlei, agln dlitlngulthtd them
telret by nn tptn" bowling. Tb tcorei:
A. X H. Sm-r. a. H. B. &re.
XiOwry s a r. 142 Schultt n a a ino
8. McElroy....tl 8 4 fU Kieppe S 3 4 144
Collier... ......a 8 3 173 Lebmann 3 4 4 140
ir.McBtroy...a n 3 lBnLaou a h i itw
Salnei. ...... .3 5 3 100 Sihmltt 3 e a 171
Totall 1321 18 81 Total. iosTu 83S
Petrleta 78 181 331 803 SOS 481 KiH OSS 714 813
Empire 7tf 185 260 331 430 COJ 587 boO 707 833
Average Pterin. 1A3 3-S; Empire, 18a
umpln B, W. Andenon. Bcorer A. Wedtkan and
.1 .t B. Sntft H. K H. Swre
TiOWTy 2 7 1 17.1 Bellmer. 3 4 3 ir,
B.MBlroy....l 0 a lr.U Melnken 4 4 a 1U3
Bplller 2 a IBM rrereckt 3 4 4 14H
o.MoBlroy....l 8 a ICOC.Selven 4 nil nn
Valntt 4 4 3 lHua.aelrera 3 7 1 177
Total. lOJuil 84S Total isfsio 871
reerleta 78 175 254 MB 428 807 B77 (W! 770 848
Boadal. V4 103 348 843 43B C17 007 701 778 871
Arerage Pcerleti, 103: Botedale. 1741-6. Umpire
B. W, Andenon. Hconn n. Bchuldt and A.vedektn.
8..V. JS.Srm. . . S.U Sw
Bellmer a B a IPS Sehnlz 3 4 4 1M
Melnken 1 6 4 148 Klepp O O S 10-1
Frerckt 3 4 4 irfl Lehmn 1 4 O Hi
OL sieven 2 r, a lttt! LnDue...i....l s 4 ino
O. BlTn 4 3 3 170 Bcbmllt 3 a 170
Tottlt 14 2010 83S Total!.. 1119 20 780
Rotedal 107 108 505 820 411 488 RAO 844 7.11 8S5
Empire 73 160 244 310 403 480 001 010 693 76d
Average Boiedale. 167t Empire. 1531-5.
Umpire B. W. Andenon. Bconn D. O. Webrman
and 8. W. Pluth.
Th Warerly nd Munroe club of Brooklyn rolled the
highest and mot exciting game of tbe tectlon three
eerlet of the Amtteur Bowling Union yet played. Latt
erenlng they rolled thetr flnt gam on Dohne'e alley
on Broadway, near Myrtle avenux Up to tbeclgbtb
frame the Monroea led. but tbo Waverlya finally, by
ttrong rolling, won by CI pint. Theicore:
WAVtair. aoiiaox. '
R X B. Sm-' R. S. B. Sim.
(lebrllng...... 4 6 1 203 Martin 3 H 3 170
Biebop ..a 0 a ltKI Lonxbman... 7 3 o 224
Swan 4 8 O 201 Lnuntberry.. 2 17 121
Urlngtton... a 1 104 Miller a ft 3 ins
Traren 2 7 1 188 b ana 0 8 3 201
Total isso'e 043 Total 18 18 14 893
Warerly 07 181 2A0 3(13 448 542 CSS 789 842 1)43
Monroe. 78 170 281 377 483 000 UM 742 818 892
linpfre W. B. ruher. S'Oreri E. J, Adam. W. B,
C, and William VI Uton, M. U. C.
Then rraa a large attendance nt the Elephant allay.
1.411 Pulton rtreet. Brooklyn, lait ni?ht, to wltnen the
garnet In the Brooklrn national tournament. Th King
County Wbeolmen lot two game. Tbe aooren
gixsa cotnrrT wnxxtaiiif. ncoine.
P. P. B. Smr. 8. A B. Seor.
Mile O a 4 18 Hlckok 1 6 4 143
Belli. O BB 137 J. Bagleton...8 4 3 19
Koblna O 3 H 104 Manual! 8 B 2 179
Ammerman...l 4 O 142 W. Eagleton..l 3 u 121)
Cooich 3 4 4 1B4 0 Eaglcton.,.1 6 4. 150
Total ."82730 683 Total "esTfi) 749
K.O.T 109 175 200 287 387 414 451 842 807 88.1
reconlc 59 143 216 2bO 843 411 478 065 065 749
Umpire A. C Cooper. Bconn a. II. Conkling and
a c. bigg.
ir.aj.tD un. ,
kimom cotnrrr wnriLMair. osciola.
A A. A Bmrr X. II. B. Sron.
Mile 2 2 0 124 Borer 2 4 4 148
Nellli 3 8 4 162 Beld 3 a 5 185
Roblnt 3 1 (I 13u Bobble 1 B 4 14.1
Ammermtn. 14 0 18s l)Uver O 6 4 142
Oooich....... 4 3 4 103 BUS 3 0 3 100
Total 18 13 ii 704 Total. iassig 728
K.C. W 82 185 189 355 833 408 47.1 036 660 704
Oiceola. 85 133 307 284 304 430 600 6U9 004 728
Umpire O. U. Courtney. Ecorert A. C. Cooper and
J. Van TuteU.
.1 A B. Starr 8. ,". B. Start.
Soger 3 4 4 101 Illckok. 0 tl 4 143
Reed 4 1 O 1112 J. Bagleton...8 7 O 1HU
Dobble.. a 4 a 14V Manual! 1 8 (I 128
Oliver. 1 9 a 141 w. Eagleton..! 1 8 ill
Cuff- 3 4 8 157 C. Eagleton... O 6 4 140
ToUt. 131611 770 Total .'s232"3 703
Oieola SO 108 360 .140 418 408 R44 817 838 770
Peconlo 66 132 213 394 B68 424 007 679 053 709
Umpire A. C. Cooper. Bcorert J. Courtney and J
Kiwi. Nov. . Th following icon wen rolled la
th Montgomery tournuncut to-night;
riair sax a
Tan Strike tlartpence, 145; Beckmn, 148; Roberta,
148; My. 147; Charick. 200. leul. 783.
Montgomery Vreelaud. 185: A. B. Qulmby, 284; Mor
reu.163; A. t. Qulmby, 179; etanlar, 180. Total, 890.
Alpha-CUrk. 185; Sontar, 168; Boll. 158; Booth, 188;
Prank. 184. Total. 823.
Ten Strike lUrtpence. 1711 Beekmn,170; Robertt,
141;J.My.lU3;Chrlck,141. Tottl. 785.
Montgomery Vnehtnd. 145; A. 8. Qulmby, 147;
Morrelt, 326; A.P. Qulmby. 1U2; Stanlar. 141. Total. BOO.
Alpha-Clark. lbO: Kontar, 134; ItoU. 200; Booth,
108; ynnkt, 143. Total. 884.
Th flnt of a erle ofgtmei between th Third Wrd
and chettnut Clubt of Brooklyn were rolled t Veteran
Mall, Brooklyn, on Saturday evening. Tn tcorei;
Third Ward-Utul. 153: Unn. 144; Balnts, 148; Woea
Sr, 183; Betnert. 188 Total. 757.
Vbtnut Silken. 144; UaUoran, 189j Jean, 184;
Wllken, 138; Waldron, 173. Total. 768.
Third Ward-Htnl. ISO: Linn, 118; Balnea, 138; Wot
Br. 183 Belnert. 203. total. 711.
Cheitnut-Bilken. 187: Ualloran, 143; Jn, 163;
WUkta, 149; Waldron, 147. Total. 768,
Third Ward-ITeul. 140; Linn, 187; Bain, 168; Wo
Ber, 107; Belnert, IDS. Total. H05.
UhettnutBilken, 151; UaUoran, 182; Jean, 144;
Wllken, 107 Waldron. 171. Total. 735.
At th Ooldtn Btglt alley on Smith ttreit, Brooklyn,
on Saturday erenlng. tbe Carroll Park Club held their
weekly ptlit bowling contett, Th tcorei:
Team Ko. 10. Bchaefer, 166; L. Hauman, Ut; A.
Bchleob.l8j U Holder, 160, Total. BUS.
Team Mo. 2 A. lltuiman. 163) P. Lair, 189; II. Olten
dorf. 124; J. Mangl. 135. Tot!, 061,
Tem ffo. 1-0, Bchaefer. 118: U Htuimtn, 165; A.
Cchleb.l24j L. Holder. 180, TotaL 84.
Team Bo. 3-A. Ilanaman, IBS: P.Ulr, 101; D. Oittn
dorf, 189; J, Mangel. 165. Total. B40.
Th Maicotte. Manhattan, and Independent eluba
rohea in th Kattern dlitrlei tournuntnt at Koe's
alley oa Saturday rnUuj. Thetooreii
Independent C. Wlobem, 189: W. CUyttna. ISIi K,
UtyoVlOV! II. Pick, llttTn.Hener, 15. Total. 702.
Manbattan-P, llalUr. 181; U. Bauer. 170; W. Batch,
17; O. Holme, 137; ti. Aherl. 15a Total, 601.
Mueott I Burger, 150: A. O, Scbtrmtnn. 144; R.
A. Krokowlier, 137; 11. Mlcbatil. 155; J. Schumann,
178V Touj. 701.
Independent o. Wlchem. 153; W, Olayitun, 159; K,
BilyenTlOUl A. Pick. 119; A, Ucner, 164. Tott, 70S.
Mlcotte L. Burger, 1BO; A, 0. Scbtrmtnn. 176: R.
A. Krckoltr, 185; II. MlobeUt,140; J, Bohumun,
Mabhattan-Panl nailer, 183: 0. Bauer, 173; W.
Baton, led; a llounii. 126: U. Aberl. 185. Total, 799.
The Benatcn will hold their annual reception and
ball a the Central Optra Uoui next Bat udy evening.
Th proprlttoT of lb Aeadtmy tournuntnt bar
Uaued a allieat icon book, wtlch wiu be given to
every oa wltnuung th game.
At U annaal nutting at the Aorenla Bowling cub
th f ollowUK oatoer win aUeUdi Oeon ron Delun.
tfjitttali deorg OmllBj. VU-JmWtj WlUUn
WttTT. Seeretaryi Wniltm Lata, Tnnrr! Chrle
Oroellng. Treatirrf r: delegate to th United Bowling
Clab. uTll. nrn Peilen. u. trroeltsg. amt C. Oroellng.
Th Iranho and Cnirent nf PUinneld will etr the
tecoad gam ot tbalr wiim on the termer Invt alley
enPrilym1il. ITienrit game played huliprlng
at PtalnstM and w won by th Ivanho.
ftltlken,nf tn tvanho Club, lilt teuon fired tip
eodabywhleheaekpln epctUnumbereei. Tall wai done
to that bowlere ciratl eally Inrorm the pta boy wblen
pin wa net eet right., it Mero. bowerer, that many
alley hate not adopted the plan, and until they do m
th bowlenwlll haratodo the work of reletting tht
ptn. Mr. Slelken' od wai to hare the head pin
nnmbered one. and then follow In their order from left
to right fiolng the bowler.
Three more change! have been made I the trbedil
In Dlvtiton I ot tb Nw Jerter clnbe of th American
Amatnr riowllng Union. TU Plm vt. BorthBad
gam at ralma alley ha oenfhned from hnr. 2(1
to kot. 24. The gtn xbeditlrd to he rolled on Dec S
between tbt Montgomery and l'almat at Montcomery
alleyt will lattead be rolled on Uee. 17: trhlle the Mont-
Kmery r. tmual r, n, at Mntgomty alleyt U be
wletlon Jan. laintteadot Dec. 34.
To nt Kerroa ot Tn Bmt mn from the aceount
In yonr paper I notice tntt the (tpirttniot hew Turk
r contldered on of the beet bowling teami (ten men)
ot our elty, and th Rptrtant ot llnboken one ot th
bet In Kr Jeney, Why not try and arrange a friendly
aatcb gatnabetwewi tuem? I baref-en both tram
wland knew there U good material In both clubt.
Let th New York Spartan bowl tb lloboken Spartan
tor th nam or a trophy, Asmara or tn Brant.
The tutenent In a morning tuner that tb Stndrd
Clab toora ot 97.1 rolled on election night it the hlgbett
rer md In a tournament ram It untrue, Tht cor
hat twice been pa'ild in the tournament now known
t "Tb Ardeny.n On on ocnilon tbe Apollix
rolled 1.04. nd a itw year age the Atalantat made
antrenl.ooo. They may hare need btgrpint. ortbt
pint may hare been let eloaer together than they an
now, tint at the. am Urn the above tcorot are bona-
Bowling Oamea To-nlgnt.
anniciw jrinogit toouunxT.
Bonpanlt v. Lenox III1L Lenox 11111 Tt. Spartan,
Eputan ti. NonprelL
iUrtlCi iKlTID C.TtOI.
flection two Kew York re. Wett Bnd. New Tork tl
flrtp. at Nw York alley: Bloomlngdal r. Attorla
A. 0. Bloomlngdal vs. Pbarnlx, at Bloomlngdal alley.
Gotham Wheelmen r. Rlrtrtld Wheelmen, at (loth
em Wheelmeu' alley; Manhattan Bicycle Club ra
Hndton County Wheelmen, at Manhatun Blcycl Club
alloyi: Atalanta Wheelmen va Jeney City A. C. Wheel
mtn, at Atalanta W heolmtn alley.
SOTS WnO ARE GREAT OS THK SICK.
I'ror-le orSoaae IAeely rootball Aatoagthe
All of tho school olovens havo Improved
wonderfully In their football playing during
tho paBt week. Beveral of tho teams have
obtained tho aid ot efficient coachorn. They
reallzo that thoy cannot rely upon Uiomsolvos
or their enthusiasm to put a first-class team
tn tho Held, and they seem to havo profltod by
advico. Then, too, tho Interscholastlo Leaguo
is doing great work among tho city school
hoys, and It Is.a matter of disappointment to
many that the leaguo Is so exclusive. Tho
city schools, hpwevor, aro beginning to boo
that gamos with' tho Brooklyn boys aroprodne
tlvo of good results. Harvard School very sen
sibly began tho movement this year of having
games with tho Brooklyn institutions, and
Columbia Grammar School has wisely followed
In Harvard's lead. Harvard was easily beaten
when sho tackled Adelpht, but It was a
good oxperionco for the New Yorkers. The
league has also dono an Immense amount of
good In another direction. The captains ot
tbe various teams havo seon the nocosslty of
having moro than cloven playors for tho cham
pionship contests. This has led to tho forma
tion of resorvo teams, or second elevens.
Tho first week of the championship soason
has gono by and tho teams may bo properly
oompared. It is rather strango that Dwlght
school, with nil her star players, should havo
beon unable to defoat Cutler by a largor soore
than sho did. Tho result only goes to show that
a woll-tralnod team of oidlnary players will
always make a bettor exhibition than a team
having throe or four stars on it, othor things
being equal. Borkeley did not make tho show
ing last Tuosday that their supporters ex
pected. With Hugh Inman back in his plaoo
as guard, however, Borkeley will undoubtedly
dogood work this woek.
Tne Packard College students aro somewhat
annoyed because it has beon announced that
tholrtcam was very weak. Onethlngiscortain.
tho Tackards havo been practising diligently at
Central Park for the post few days, and their
stylo of play is now much better than it was.
The members of the team havo laid aside ail
thought of Individual renown, and are working
as n unit
Since Tns Suit first brought to notice the
evils resulting from schools playing professors
on their tvams several sobools nave mado
haste to state that they havo discontinued the
Sractico. Teams who have played against
ing's tichool of Stamford, howovor, report
that Gill, tho old Ynlo captain, is still on tho
King's team, and hus greatly contributed to
their success. '
Among tho out-of-town Institutions West
minster School ot Dobbs Ferry and Slglnr
School of Nowburgh continuo to ho uniformly
victorious. The new Slglar Oval is helping tho
Mewburgh boys tn a wonderful roannor. Wost
mlnster school rolls up big scores against tho
city schools, but It IB acknowledged that thoy
piny a clean game.
Bt Paul's Cathedral school of Garden City
has at lost been beaten, but it was only nf tor
nn extra hard struggle against a strong team.
The military lads havo a very excellent elevon.
Thoy train hard and nre full of grit. They
find no need to play teaohers on thoir team.
Poot's work at quarter back is not easily ox
celled In the scholastlo Held. Swords, tho half
back, is very strong. Then, besidos, ho can
squirm through an opposing team beautifully.
Casseboorisa reliable player, and tho entire
rush lino is stoady and of good weight.
Century Road Clnh.
Th Century Boad Club of America I a flourlihlng
wheeling organization that was formed In Chicago lait
June, the organlxcn being William Merrick, P. K.
Spooner, and XL A. Lane. At tb ttm of it Inception
but teren men in tb country had covered 100 mile
in fourteen hour, end It waa th Intention
of tb organize to get up a club com
poted eicluilrely of rlden who had corered the dis
tance In the time mentioned. That Idea wat changed,
howerer, andit wa decided to mak the limit of houn
txteen. Thenfore any one riding 100 miles In sixteen
hourt be comet a member ot the Century Boad Club ot
America and receirea a badge denotln g uemberahip.
Tb annual Century run took place on Kent. 27, and ot
the 350 Marten 121 flnithed within tbe limit. Slnco
then the growth of the club bit been phenomenal. Ita
membenhtp It not confined to Chicago. Put lncludee
retldentt of New York city, Boiton, PhiladtlpDI. and.
In faot, all orer tb Bt. nd wheelmen tnBngland,
Vrtnce. Gel-runny, and Italy have alto Joined.
Tho pretcnt Century rooto la a poor one, and It la pro
poied to Improve It by levying an aiteitment on mem
ben, A meeting win be held In Chlcgo nn the flntnt
tde year, when a conttltutlou will be adopted and offl
There are annmber of ladiei in the club. Mil Mrg
rtt Klrkwood of Boiton bet a btdne and five bar. Indi
cating flv century rum: Mr. McEwen of Elgin, 111,
bt alio covered 100 mUet in tlxtcea hour, a have
even! other lidlet.
The club promltee to be en of th most successful
wheeling org saltations In the country,
11 tick EtvIue WIU Stick (o Nevr "Tork.
Cmciirsin. Nor, B Capt. William Ewlng I at hi
home hen, unmoved by the exciting event! thtt are
taklog place at th metropolis New York will certain
ly let him In bmett ntxt reaton. "Will I play hall
for tbe New Yorkt I" bt taxed in retpont to a Query ot
a Bra correspondent. " Wall I guen yei. My arm I
aa good it aver waa, on arerythtng exoept quick snap
throw. I am tun It will com uosnd all right ntxt
spring. About the middle of January I will tttrt for tb
not Springe, and I will stay then until th opening ot
the battbali tiuon. If th wtten then could cure
Lthm'( crooked arm they can benefit mine. We wtU
hare a team tn New York, and a good one at that. Yoq
can wager that Blchardton and Qlaitcock will b with
tbe Kw York. Then it r. her tber went to plar. and
both ar under contract to the New York Club. Ittch.
ardion It tlgned for three yean with th New York
Club; to it (Hancock. I would at lief te John Bellly on
nrilbattas Borer Connor. John swing It aa good aa
tlgned. II will tlck to hew York. I think thoToiKuo
rtc next letion will b better than It a tbli year,"
Curcnr-rivt. Nor. 0 Capt. Charle A.Comtiier. the
Bed Stocking!' new captain. Ii tier nd fttlt tun that
Jack Boyl wlU ilea with Clnolnnttl. He favor Tin
O'Neill for lef I field, ud ha hi lint out f or an Allo
Cincratin. Not. B-Wht doet that Aetoclatlon re.
ervdlitmttnt Jack Dolan 1 on th Columbut club't
lilt officially promulgated on Saturday, and yet Ted
Sullivan paid a Tint to Newport nd ilaned Dolan for
Washington. Sulllran aayt Botton'a claim on Earl I
Inralldbecauit tbe club't ohtck tor adranoe wat re
turned mirked - No fund." II want Karl tor tbe
Tho Orcat Irlah Better, Klcko, .Jr., la Dead.
Cmcioo. Not. 0. Blcho, Jr. th e obtmplon Irith let
ter of America, and tb only known dog ibat baa never
been defeated, died Jp-day at Harry L. Uoodwtn't ken
nl In Auburn Park, 111. '
Wllllim B. Iielln 1 mentioned at th owner of th
-fool yacht building at Bristol.
A cutting of tbe Beawanhaka-Corlnthlan Yacht Club
WIU be held to-night at 7 Bait Thirty-second ilroSt.
II. L. Wllloughby hat bought the it earn Itunoh which
th llernihont mad Uat winter for U. V. Morgan.
Tb uxlllry ileam ycht Sultana. Trenor L. Park
owner, lift Southampton Oct. 28 for the Mediterrantn.
bh wUI continue her crult around th world.
Th tteam vtcbt Kleetra, owned by Commodon Oerry
of ttiefiewlorr. YacbHUlub. went out of commlttlon
Uilweek. Her lilt trip waa mad up the liudton with
nunci ot th Nw York IIopltl on loard.
REDJ0D AL UT
BOTrLElTBYTIIB BBBVrBBB Tlf BNOLAKa
Plenty ot light is ns essential to good health V
as rmro nlr. I
Eat meaU of good, plain food regularly, Mut. I
ton Is tho most digestible meat. I
In wet weather wear stout water-proof boots I
In preference to rubber o ershoi-s.
JJr. B. W. Itlchnrdson says that ho has novrr
known a death from bronchltlt nr pneumonia
Hint did not spring from njohl It follows thrn tt
thataooldlsamorodanacrntm mfilndy than Lr
Is usually thought: so lie cntrful of yourself.
By far tho best method of getting rid ol a cnM
nnd consequent denrvsslon la tn tnku a little
purowhlskoy In water. Hueliaftlmulant mii- '
motes tho circulation which rma beon checkod
and removos tho effects of tho chill.
Oreabcnro should lie nxorcls'il tn buying
whiskey. Tho presonro of fusil till or other lin.
purities is. a sourco of danger to thoso Wrg
Itnliibolr. .' ....
Tho only whiskey that Is .manufactured for
Surely medicinal purtmac. is DuITs'h rur
fnlt. nnd may bo obtained from drugsNts and i
grocers. Thorn Is no other whiskey so Ires
from fusil oil or so puro and benollcUL Th
lending scientists say so.
irixc x.rf.o vtAT dsirr,"
The Ex.IrUh Champion In Raid to be Heady
to X o Battle,
The gam between John Lawlor and LarryTordett
the lloboken IUcd.net and Handball Club on Bonder,
ld from It attracllrmen aa about between two ex
pert at the gam. WIU probably lead to one ot the
greeted battle that b. ever been olyed In Amerlc.
It lien undeniable fact that Lawior bat alwayt be
lieved In fact, h h to expretted hlmielf upondir
f erent oceailont thai there wai not a man in tbe world
who could beat him. nd thla claim baa been made re
peatedly alnce the memorable international conteit of
three yean ago. In which Lawior wa wonted. In Jul
tlce to the ex-frlth champion, however, he ht alwari
maintained that he wae In tbe bnilnc not for fun, but
for money. nd, not baring the detlred (mount, he bk
nrrtr litued a cballenrt to hit old opponent.
lrom tberemarka made by Lawior In lloboken. oa
Sunday, be mutt bar changed. bit mind, and U now ,
nady In bare another bout with Chmplcin Cater. In 1
a letter to Tuc xo Mike Boyl,. proprietor ot tae I
llnboken. court write! "John Lawior, In hli contact I
with Larry rente, undoubtedly played a brilliant game, I
and would give Champion Caiey a bard rub. and he ex
pressed himself at willing to play th champion "
In i peaking of the matter to a Sua nporter yettenlty
Caicy nbl: "It't rery ftrange If Lawior ibould ty
tuch a thing, for he knowa that I offered him everynp
portunlty to bar aretum game after our International
match. It hat alwayt been my 'rule not to Imuo tny
chtllcnge. because, and cipecially at thl period of sir
life, I would ilk to eee th younger generation do tome
of the pUylng, but If ny one thlnkt ht can beat me,
and aaya to in a butlntUk way. I certainly wui
accommodate him . . .
"It John Lawior made that remark, and 'I have no
naion to doubt Mr, Boyle, I w 111 play hUn ror tl.000 or
82,UOOatide. and at any time that ne feelt Inclined to
make tbe match and will poet a depoelt with Tu be,
he will find mo ready to clinch the bargain."
Tbe famous quartet of Twelfth warder nf Brooklyn.
P. P. Gannon aud John Catey agatnit Knnk Lyncb and
John Forde, pUyed the belt of three gamei In Cateya
court noentlr, and the mult wat In faror of (lannon
and Catey. liandtotne Jamea Duffy, th ctumpion ot
bit cUtt. tayi he ii opeu to play any ont of the part) .
At the Brooklyn llandbaU Clnb'a court jeateraiy
Prof. Cogglm, feeling ilk a echoolboy, pollibed off i.
Malcolm with ten ace a game, but, according to th
core. It wa no ely mtttr. Th reiult were:-
Prof-Cogglni 21 18 21 21-7S
B. Malcolm U0act).. 15 31 IS 20-74
Major Carmody and Capt. Billy Rote played thre
llrely (timet, and th Major' playing wai out of tight.
The Captain, howerer. It game and ityt he want an
othrhow. lUwIUgitit. Theicore:
Major Carmody 21 21 21-S'l
Capt. Bote...... IB Id 14-1
Giorgio Ueney cUlm that h bet Andy Gillrn witk
fire ce a game. Iletaytb won tht flnt and tnlrd
game, whfl he I only credited with winning th uo
ond. Manager Powen waTldntly misinformed.
The Iona; Inland Athletic Squabble.
A meeting ot the Inreitlgttng Commute appointed
by the Metropolitan AuoeUtloa ot th A. A. U. to look
Into th charge brought by th Yaruna Boat Club
against tb Prospect -artier, and by th rroipeet
Barrlen agalnit th Long laUnd Amatiur lAthletlo
League, wa held t Parlor F ot the Aitor noun lut
night, C. F. Mathewton, Btrkeleyl A. C; J. It. Stell. New
York Turn Vereln. and W. M. Brown. Blvenld A. C
being tbt committeemen preient.
The trouble aroie at tbe cbamplonthlp meeting ot th
Long IiUnd League held Aug 22, club rivalry and dtt
eneton being the cauie. The Vtrnna charged the
Proipect with " rlnrngtn " profeiilonel at members.
J. Murray and W. tv. By an belnjt prpteited on tbit
count: a charge ot complraoy waa alio among the
Varuna' complaint. The Proapectt charged th Leutu
with rendering declilont on clnb memberthlp wnlcti
were in direct rlnUtlon of th Amateur 'Athletic Union
lawn and alao ot morning the no en of the A. A. U.'ln
panlng upon tbe tundlng ot Murray and Bran.
The committee waited an hour for complainants, de
fendant!, and wltnenea to appear, but J. B. Mulhn,
coumel for the Varuna B. C wa tbe only person who '
came, and the examination waa adjourned untu next
Monday erenlng, at B o'clock, at tbe eamaplac. Mob
poinaa were ordered tuned for tb folio Ing wlinenri:
J.U.Keunedy, A. Pevtrelly. E. W, Freeth, 3. C.Brown,
and Ueorge F. Plggott, Varuna B.C. who areexpecud
to tettify mainly to the prof eielonallim ot Murray and
Eddie Awcry eTaata to Fight JLery.
BepnunUtlrea of a Brooklyn sporting elub yttterdty
offend a pun of $750 for a fight to a flnUh, with two
ounce glore. between Alt Lory, tbe English bentaa
champion, and Eddie Arery of WlUlamtburgh. Jo
Early, who haa charge of Lory, ld b would antwtr
the propoiltlon at the t'tni(atl AVve'etlcrio Thnrtday
afternoon at 5 o'clock. Barly would not gtre an aniwtr
at once, btcauie be bad attented to a matcn with aa
unknown before the Bhode Itland A. C: ot Providence.
Tbe Bbod Itland club eaked tor Eavlr'aurmsflT days
ago. nd Joieph replied that he wanted a S1.000 puna,
It he did not bear from them hy Thunday, he wpnid
mako th match with Arery,
To Amend the By.Ltwi,
Tb annual meeting ot the National Croii-eonntry
Anociatlon wUI be held at the Arena In Weat Thirty,
flnt itreet on Wednetdty erenlng. Nor, 18. It will b
an Important contention, a terlout alteratloni ot th
by-Uw an to be acted upon, the principal amendment
being to atrlke out Section 8. Article VI, which read! a
"Sic 0. A Hit of candidate! for competing team
mutt be tent to tbe Secretary of the Aaeoclation two
monthe prerlou to tbe decliton of tbe cbamploriblpa.
and the entry of any penon whottntmeU not coo
talned in aald lilt ibaU not be accepted."
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