1 x " . ' ' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. IS91. 8 L4i
ttlTCHELL HAS NOT CHANGED
oir bib omr terms.
Tha CaltAanUa Waaa't la tha Sanaa at"
I Waraa-Ner Conla Mlteaatl forced
1 lata at Matefc with Maker-" Tfcla ta My
' Laat," Saya Ckartar-Slavla OArt to
Carer Salllraa'a Mane Ibr m Fight.
Charier Mitchell, "tho ohamplon talker of"
no. that's notrighta "the champion boxer of
EnBland." It should bo had a conversation
with Jomos J. Corbott tho California oham
fii) ploa. aoross ft table In the Clipper offlce yes-
tordy Aftornoon. It was a lively confab, but
there was only ono man In II. and whsn th
crowd of two dozen loft tho room tho unani
mous opinion among thorn outaldo of Corbett
was that Mitchell was fully capable of bear
Ins tho tltlo of boss talker among pugilists.
IIo save Corbett such a sarao at tho business
of thottonffuo and lips that young Jim quit,
nd could only nod hlshoad In acquiescence to
tho Englishman's suggestions, or. rather, do
Bands. A crowd of a hundred or more assomblod
bout the entranco of tho building soon after
1:30 P. M.. having read in tho morning papers
that Corbott. Mitobell. and Blavin would bo
thoro at 2 o'clock. When tho English carty
. arrived thoyweroushored up stairs without n
sound of good cheer. Corbett camo flvo
minutes later, and ho hnd good luck yelled nt
him from both sides of Cantro etroot A good
itlrod room on the third floor was filled with
sports ns soon ns it was learned that a big
match might bo mado. and nttlin moment of
looking tho door Corbott Fat down In one
ehalrand asked Mitchell to occupy another.
Corbett bognn by saying that ho thought that
ho nnd Mitchell cnuld come to terms eaty
enough If thoywern allowed to converse to
gether without Interference. Mitchell wan de
cidedly of that opinion. Then Corbett said ho
didn't himself know exactly how to open pro
ceeding. "Well." cnld Mitchell, "y-on say what you
wnnt. and then I'll bay what I want."
"That's good." ropllod Corbott. "I want to
fight you to a finish. Quoonsberrr rules, before
the club that offers tho largest purso."
Then Mitchell opened, nnd beforo ho got a
quarter way through ovcrybody saw that ho
unin suro winner.
"I'll tell you." said Charloy. "I don't wnnt
to fight any more. I don't want to contlnuo in
tho business at all. I didn't come overhore
to do It. you know. I did come over to pick up
a bit of money all I can but not In that way.
I want only to show with Slavtn. Now" this
, very swoetly "I novor said those things about
fighting you that you hnve heard. I don't
want to fight at nil. you know. But it you in
sist upon it. and I hope you won't. I go you
undor London rules. They toll mo that we
cannot bring such a. match off In the United
Mates, but there ore sn many places
..right alongside tho United Mates whore
'it could be pulled off that I think
we could And ono. Now. don't you yourself 1"
nlHO very sweetly. "But I'd rather not light. I
assure you. I have something of a reputation.
It would be hypocritical for me tn pretend
otherwise, but why should I. an old-timer"
this with tho most persuasive of smiles" risk
It against a young fellow like you. n rising
young manV You hnve tho advuntngo of
height and weight over me. and If you con
tinue to talk about n finish light with gloves,
why. I feel that I must decline. It wouldn't da
Von know what I mean. Your advantages
would be too much forn Queensberry rontost.
Don't think that I am afraid of the bodily pun
ishment I might get. for I'm not It Isn't tlmt.
h! no. I don't suppose you aro olthor. No.
no! But don't you know a fellow ought to
iirntoct his best interests, as best he can. and
think that wo ought to arrange a bout for
scientific points. It will pay better, and "
1 Uoodness knows how long the man would
have gone on if Corbett had not. after having
gone half to sleep over tho lecture, braced up
with a grand effort and said :
"Oh. well I there's no use saying any more.
You won't fight mo in New Orleans for $12,000,
what do you propose?" . ......
Mitchell started off again, and talked for
five minutes before ho announced that ho was
willing to meet Corbett in a few rounds In this
city. There is no use going away to New
Orleans or California for tho bout," said
i ' Charley, "when thero is. more money
here. Let us hire tho Madison fequaro
Garden1, nnd spar four or six rounds.
Wo ean afterward agree on tho division
of the money. There is but one thing I insist
on. that is. unless tho referee can pick tho
winner, without any doubt tn his mind, neither
man shall get tho decision. This is no cham
pionship match, you know." Mitchell added:
'ft is just a sparring mntch for sclontillo
points. And I'll tell you something more. I
shall never box or fight again. This is my
last match of any kind."
Corbett hud become very groggy under tho
fusillade of words. He had been nodding bin
head for some time. At last he made a.llnal
' effort and said: . ., .
"II you won't fight mo In any other way. I
suppose I must make It six rounds." and that
is tho wny it went. Within soven weeks from
date, with "ordinary" gloves, nt tho Madison
Huunro Garden, for scientific i points, woro the
terms mentioned in the nrtlclos that both men
signed. Nolthor man put up n cent to guaran
tee npnoarance. and there was no nssurnnco
that tho M'idlson Square Onrdon could bo se
cured fur tho purpose. Tho question of a sldo
bet was proposed, but not considered tp n con;
elusion. "Our managers can fix all that,
said Mitchell. , , . . .
Corbett wanted to know, having been
rromptod by Joo Early. If Mitchell would agree
b. a round nr two nddltionul. in tho event of
fliorefereo being unable to nana tho winner
without nuestl'iii at the ond of the Mxth.
Mitchell wouldn't have that at all. He re
pented that he didn't want to light under any
circumstances, and tlmt six rounds wore nil
ho would go. Why should he. when tho agree
ment had noen made v ,
After thoso proceedings Pnvo Holland, rep
resenting Billy Madden, offered to nut up
tl.lHKI to make a mnteh for lVter Mnhor to
box the whnor. That advance fired W. A.
Hrudy. t'orlictt'H manager, who dared Hol
land to eovor the l.ooi that Corbett had
ui. to meet Mnhor. Mitchell, then did a
llttio noro talking, saying 'that If Mnher
would light f.u- JG.O00. S10.000. pr S20.000 a
side. I'niLiy HluUit would meet him. hut ho
(Milidieil) was done with tho buslnoss after lib;
go with Corbott. lie wants to manage i and
i-crutidiunii nftcr that. Holland"? proposition
didn't cu through, although Poddy Hlavln said
ho would meet thn Irish champion If he could
see inn-innct-y lit it. That would neom to be
Paddy's hlze. like that of lily wonderfully
clever pail ner. Ilchro Corbott left tho ttoir
building he- s:ild ho would go to I.nglan d and
witness the hlavlu-Jueksou light and chul
lengn the winner. , ,, . ,,,, tu
As the sports llled out of thn oulldlng tljoy
cnnuneiiteu generously on tho rfrbott-Mttcheii
nmteh. and no man lumini: thoiu said tlmt
Mitchell hnd anything but tin. botturof It Ho
chose the number of rounds, the time, ana the
plni-e.nndlfanycliiUBO of the artlelos cannot
be fnlllllod Mitchell loses nothing, and li to
moan time he and Blavin cumtour nround tho
country muking molioy in tho theatres.
From tho Centre street ofllco the Mitoho 1
flavin party wont to theottlce whore Jobu IHul
Ilvan's backers have had $2,500 un for weoks,
with a challenge to Hlavln for ClOjftjbJvin
Mitchell, still tlio talker, announced that Slavlu
would sign articles for match to uko iilaco
wltnln ten weeks. Arthur T. 1"$,.$
IlnrtraM A'ner. ropresontlng Charley Jo) n
ston of Brooklyn, who Is Ml. leclarrd 'ot Hul
llvan -ould not fight boforo Boptembor.
Mitchell replied that It would ho unfair
to have all that, stnko ropnoy lying Wlo
for such a long time. LumW-y rViW..JJ,?1f
ho would pay tho Interest on Mitchell a npart of
It. and that Ills people would tako chances o
thn loss of tho use of theirs. Aftor much clmU
terltwasngrood that Hlavln should eo .or t ho
Hulllvnn money on Tuesday noxt with ; th iun
eretnndlng that If Jackson beat Blavin lu
May next ! Blavin shouldlioyo no demand on
bulllviin. nnd that if Hulllvan and hlavln met
jfwould bo In Boptembor. As iinltemof news.
t might be mentioned that l rank Blavin re
marked that his brother Jack would "Par
Pctor Mahor for four rounds. As another Itenj.
- It can be i Bald that Bailor Brown would Uko a
go at Jaok Blavtn.
JLca 4t Fcrrlaa' Houce.
Cbrittmai la coming. KMrbody knows ; Mo'
Iopl. rMtlu It, and prpro for It. not only the CbrUt-
DMpreMnttbot IlkswlH tbo Cbrlttro.i dinner, with
M. , , IU turkey, rooee. aurt. sno plnm pudlnna mince
mompnlmenti.of cour.e.ln t'','.0,.r,D""
for tbe Bret end cbeee and bUck code, for tbe U.but
for tbe oysur. eoap. fleb. turkey. ' ; "
klndfcfor every oonree. In fct.fvedei. ert nd fruit
VoreMUrdlaaetto ftmoe S !t
men or EnfUnd. Amerlce, f" the whole elrlUied
world, will be lnd.rn.nd. fiT "l" 'l,JZ
Proved bra mmpcm of " w","1'r wMl ,,op,
1U rtltoVlSr. emeeTof thl. fl. apprt "J er.
de so d.llciou. tb.t no f
with It will .,n.l.cf ' " "" " ,he
'Tirord to the wlerl' eumclent. P'j""""'
coopUIn of b.d .-t. from Worc",e""rt"!,nriI'
JobnDuncn'e Bons'nretho le gent. nd proprie
tor, of toll unce if 'd country --.
I Tuf redioof" '. x",t" a4 8Ul i--31
i in i i'-i ii i ii i i i in i
. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
i-xtmLrss rsAix notes on.
The nicaeet Seora to Data la the Aaurleaa
Tbe fifteenth aerie, of rune. In tbe Amerlcut h.tlon
I tournament w. rolled at tbe OermenU Auembty
Room alley. Lit night between team. repreeenUng tbe
Orchard Club of thl. city. Peerleee Club of Brooklyn,
and Amerleua Club of Hoboken. The preTlou. blgh
core In the tournsuitnt win beaten by many pin., the
Feerlei. team rolling up a total of 971. Thie .oore ha.
onlrbeen topped twloe thii aeon.bnt the garnet were
rolled on the club liouee alleye. Tbe ecoreei
.1. .1. It. Smn R It. . Smr.
r. nncbholi..a 4 4 jar. towrr. J4 0 sjo
Koltrman....a n 4 171 T. McKlroy....; 6 a IgJ
II. nohhob-..,2 a t 52 Ankamp 3 4 a 171
Tlcdera.nn....:i a r. 14H S.MpKlroy.,.,4 4 J IPS
Bogenach'd-r. 1 ! 3 148 Palua r, 4 X 210
Total 1117 23 7K Total! 20 21 0 71
owtierd t J3i 20R am sm 4r. r,20 bm ess jm
-eerle:::;iOU ll 278 383 4B0 C78 B81 7B 800 871
Umpire John Hum. Hcorera A. Wedekln and L.
AverMge.-Orcb.rd. 160 2-5: Peerleafc 1941-5.
.". X. A &tr. .. .. B. fw.
Hunt a a 4 iro D. Bnchho1..j a h isp
tlark 3 2 r. 143 Folterman....5 2 .1 Wi
niiter. 3 1 225 II. Buobbolz..3 4 II 17J
Kchmedei 2 8 3 Urn Tledemanu...o 8 7 1J1
Irtioly 2 II 2 KIT. Kltfer 5 O 8 1U1
Total. iHlttlB 843 Total. 141224 70S
ATnerlHi....Pr. 1T2 281 373 458 MS tton 7JI 7Ka MJ
OrcUnnt 8S 183 2U4 i(41 424 01U 67.1 tHU 709 iH
Umntre-H. Uerdc Ecoreni-. W. Seller and A.
Weilekln. t . .
Arcragee Amerlcue, 1(18 8-5; Orchard. 1C3 3-u.
I,nwrT 4 3 3 ISO Hunt 0 7 8 148
T. cfelroy....l n 4 1411 ri.rk 1 5 4 151
AUkamp......4 2 4 1M Hitter.. 2 4 4 14U
S. McElroy... 1 8 1 173 8chmrde f; O 5 148
Llm .........6 a 2 183 Leuly 2 jt JSU
Total. l&2Tl4 83U Total. 10182J 732
rcrle.....107 1K1 203 878 437 MR 5B7 870 74B 83!)
Amerleua... 74 142 218 322 404 480 020 801 t7 732
Umpire II. (tardea. BcorertB. W. IHm.rett and O.
W. Sailer. ..,
Average Peerleaa, 187 4-: Amencue. 148 2-5.
The Madlaona defeated the Aatorla A. C. In an Ameri
can Amateur Pulon. eectlon two. game, rolled ou the
former club'e allej a Let night. The aroro:
uioitox. iiroiii , a. a
HavlLnd 3 4 3 1114 Hume 1 7 2 1H3
Laaell 1 4 r. 143 J. Ingram 2 4 4 1M
rarr 3 2 a in Lanrahlre....2 8 r, 133
Uoynahun....3 2 5 17il 1. Ingram. ...2 5 3 1113
farker 4 3 3 170 Brill l .1 J! 141
Total. 141818 SOU Total. 32319 752
, r nuKxa.
Vadlann ....fRT. 163 540 3.17 433' 627 584 6B 732 809
Aatorla A. :.:70 la 254 323 8tt 482 547 B18 U88 762
L'mplrre-A. P. Vanpel and C. R. King. 8corera-W. A.
Plttfluione anil E. K. Uiaell. ,
Aver.nge-MadLon. 101 4-0; Aatorla A. C. 150 2 5.
The Weat End and New York teama played a cloee
game In the American Amateur Union, aectlon two.
aenealaat night. Theacore:
wilt mcd. Kw Toar.
S. . B. Smrr. " 8. B. Smrf.
Mcrrltt 3 2 It 128 Yonng O B 4 144
Vord ...1 4 Ii 131 Worden I 2 7 l.'.'
IIadden.......l H 8 150 Btmether....2 4 4 140
Johnaon 4 II 8 180 ll. llofmann..J 1 7 12.1
Ullllkeo o 3 7 120 swart. 2 J7 1 178
Totala "81824 714 Total. 72023 711
Weat End ...M 114 203 2 3SS 420 491 684 2B 714
Sew York:.::78 184 191 248 837 420 4U3 801 839 711
Umpire. W. 8. Price and J. A. Cbaae. Bcorera-A. 11.
ration and A. R. Kaethinir. ..,..,
Aerago-Weit End-142 4-5 ; New York, 142 1.R.
The Echo men were In their old-time ahape Let eeen
ln. In their game with the Recreation. In the lection
three wnea oftbe Amateur Bowlinir Union they roUed
WW. Bavol rolled the high acoro of 213. Theacore:
. S. B. Sro-e. S. .1 B. Smr.
Seller. 4 4 2 J Kg Soper .8 8 4 170
Brown 3 O 2 177 Ie O g 5 1J1
Well. 1 184 dray 3 3 4 154
Uavol 8 2 2 213 sweesey 3 2 5 1411
Pell...........!4 3 3 1KB Terrett.. 1 7 3 1B7
TotaL 18 SO 12 008 Totala 102020 771,
Erho 58 168 282 847 438 520 605 703 798 906
Recreation... 7 141 227 313 395 483 543 812 682 7.1
Umpire P. C. Dewey. Scorer. T. Curtla. and A.
The Jack Junior and Pin Knight teama were In a com
bat at Archie Duke1, alley, on Monday evening, anil
the latter ucceedl In placing themaelrea In tho lead
rorthe.Ierey City Amateur Bowling league pennant
by defeating the vlaltore In two achedule gamca of tbe
aerlca. Tbo .core, follow:
Pin Knight Bowling Club-Wernalng. 1A1: O'Brien.
189: ItoyaL 183: Boe. 184. and Duke. 211. Total. 798.
Jack Junior Bowling Club-Duncan. 153: KlrkLnd.
186- lveiiind, 130; Prlacb. 140. and Brennan, 1B4.
Pin Knlitbt Bowling Club-Wernalng. 194: O'Brien,
193: Royal 127: Poo" 171. ami DukeAjfl. Total 881.
Jack Junlur Bowline; Club-Duncan. 184: KlrkLnd,
139: Lot eland. 148; Krlacb. 107, and Brennan. 181.
The Young Men'a Lyceum of Tarryfown loat both
cainea on Monday night at their alley. 1 In tbe American
Amateur Union (Section Two) aeriea. The acorea:
- rinar OAr.
Young Men-. Lyceum-Warnock, 181: Van Taaael,
174- Brown 182: O'Dell. 138; Knapp. 180. TotaL 805.
WoinBdalel'Dlrnmler.l9i: Mulch, 149; WlUInaon.
144 8track,143; Werber. 197. TotaL 824.
Young Men'a Lrceum-Wamock, 180; Van TaaaeL
174- Brown, 1K8: it. Knapp, 152; C. Ku.pp, 1B3. TotaL
Kcnllworth-riecker. 182; Zocher. 167: Bohlman.
178; llaildcu, 17S; Kromin, 174. Total, 8KB.
The Fremont and Active team, won the gamea rolled
In the Huboken tournament on Monday nlgbt. The
Full Moon-Budenbender, 127; Ilenkel. 141: Plebold.
138 Wortmann. 176: Pfelller, 150; Bchroeder. 110;
builth. 131: Bender, 117. Total. 1.08H.
Actlve-Prange. i56: Johnaon. 129: Wendel. 1M;
Burihardt, 182: Ram. 124; Rogers. 145; Pule, 144;
Mej er, 1115. TotuL 1.1 97.
Fremont Daab. ltll: Betton, 157: Fueba. 140:
KickVi lSuU 120; Leiater, 11; Oerkeu. 162;
'v.ttoltormZ'lT.Nriin.lIBi Miller. 121; liar
wo?i! 1397iiIhV. 188: PrommeL 139, M.tbey. 123;
Oerdta. 148. TotaL 1.132
1, oniy nne of the Normal Club nlayera appeared at
Rtrick-a Caalno on Monday night. Joe Aatorla A. C. and
Boulevard teama galneileaay victories. The game,
were rolled a It the full teama wcro preaent. The
tcme" run oamk.
Boulevard-Underdown. 167: RoaaUa 123; noelL
128: Petrle. 134; Bturgia, 140. Tottl. B82.
Aatorla A. C.-Krone. 172; Lemhard. 130; Fayntor,
168- llovce. 143: Lonkow, 153. TotaL 7B3.
Bou levVrjiunderdown.' 1M: I oaaigiL 115: Hoeu,
170: Petrlo, 15J; Hturgla, 100. Total, 75U.
Aatorla A. f.-Kroure. 1S9; Lomhard 201; Payntor.
1(11: Boycc. 100: Lnnkow. 112. TotaL (7J.
Fomejioodecorce were rolled by the Fulton team In
the Acme llull tournament of hrookljn on Monday
Fulton-Wood. 181: Ilarma. 187; Slrgman. 165;
K-boJglt ron. 131,
Wollcr, 163; Wtlkenauii. 120. TutaL Bill.
Anaonln-nuya. 117: S'"!!"-,.,1??;, Bnr,on" ,87i
126; llltcUcock, 173: gmlth.lBH. Total, 85.
Fulton-Wood. 19; Ilarma 164: 8legman. 140;
"SrniHuTrvVy; Mir. 164: Longhead,
m' "lltchcock16;Bmltb.lB2. TotaL 798.
The Lincoln and Iigan cluba rolled two jtamee In the
Sbaugnneaay tournament of Brookl) n on Monday even,
lug. W..corea: ,,
Logan-Thorbourroei. 148: : Plowman. U; Dor.n.
iAA iivii 123 il a tinier. 180. Total, 08o.
BLlnwln-LlcbVnat.1?. 120-. oldenberg.m: Bennett.
Bs" 0relne"l09; Olblett, 108. Total. 6tW.
Loran Tborbourron, 120: Plowman. 185: Wooda,
163 "vana. 160 OlUenberg. 118: Oamgee, 116; Flea..
112iBoran. 16; DavL. 129; llaaaman. 164. TotaL
'"LJncoln-Ward, 168: Oldenberg. 196: Orelner, 168;
wiminaonT 1: Bennett. 164; Dennfeon, WiFlynt.
125-iam".B;aIlcMent.iB. 144; Olblett. 168. To
Tbe third game In the Academy tournament on Mon
day night reaulted: TB1,D01
FldelL-JIotden. 81:Leveridjre. 137: Am.nn, 164
Dunkak,146; Alteuan, 144. Total, 7J5.
In tbe Y. M, 0. A. Lea.ue .arte, on Haturd.y fight tha
Young Meh-e Inatllute team wa defeated by the ork.
V,Your'..,n'.BIn.titnt-Br.nd. 169, BhUnan 184;
Loula Kleld. 191; (leorge Blnner. 144; Schmidt. 164;
KmaKruger.lBli OeorVe HolLnder. 168: Dormagen,
VogeL 155; C. Kottmeler. 128; Fitch, 165: Lnce. 165;
Craig. 172. Total, 1,598;
The Klnga County Wheelmen loat the third game In
the Brooklyn National tournament on Monday evening,
being dereatrd by the Montauka. The ecoreei
Montauk-Hparla. 102: Werner. 170; Cornlah, 157;
Mllea, 161: Furha. 119. Total. 76V. .
Klnga l-nunty Wheelmen-Mllea. 189: Courtney, 122:
Nellee, 107: Ammerman, 122: (lroaler, 146. Tolaf. 084,
The Brooklyn Rlcycle Club won their flrat game In the
Whr almen'e League on Monday evening by defeating
tbe Harlem Wheelmen. Theacore!
Brooklyn Bicycle Club-Cooke. 172: Butler, 124; Haw.
klua. 117: Cole. lOXiArkenon, 131: Morton. 176; Bail
ey. 150; Lewie. 127. Total, 1.162.
Harlem Wheelmen Lord. 140; W. Bryan. 125t Hoff
man. 109; II. Bryan. 148; Mercer. 129; Scharer, 135;
Fraaer. 143; Braden. 183. Total. 1,112.
The following gamea ware rolted In tbe Individual
tournament aeriea of the Hanover Club of Brooklyn on
Team No. a-lllll, 107: Blake. 164: De Long, 130:
Onllck. 137: Baker, 133; Rami. 8C. TotaL 805.
Team No. 1 Peterkln. 163! llllcken. 119; Young. 128:
Andre wa, 130; Uacb. 114: De Long, 109. TotaL 702.
Team No. O-Fuoha, 156: Piper. 172: KonradMSP:
Wllllaina. 133; Haeler. 139: Tbompaon. 92. TotaL 820.
Team No. 1 Peterkln. 102: llllcken. 184: Yonng. 130;
Andrewa. 180; Leach, 114; De Long, 97. Total, 707.
Team No. 8-Fnche, 187: Piper, 110: Konrad. 164:
William. 100: Hauler. ll; Tbompaon. 8a Total, 789.
Team No. 3-11UL 138: Blake. 126: De Long, 130;
Oullck, 120: Baker. 108; Band, 85. TotaL 704.
Played on the Oritanl alleye on Monday night!
Orltanl Farlln. 144: Van Zant. 152: Banta, J.. 189;
Bogerl.C, 107: Hill. 162. TolaL804.
North End Baldwin. 160; Adama. 171; Falee.160;
Hopper, 150: Ttdey, 142. TotaL 70U.
On Monday evenlngt be Kill Von ICnll nnd Unexcelled
team rolled a aeriea In the Btaten laland Amateur
Bowling League on Uug'e alley.. Tbe acorea:
Kill Von Knll-Cutter, 167: Van Pelt. 170: Bcodeld,
163: Rclialkenbach. 140: Larkln. 107. TotaL 787.
l'nexrelled-8eaton. 122: Peoree. 1S3; Uhl, 129; Bier
man, 13u: btevena. 153. Total, OBl
Kill Von Kull-Cutter. 162: Van Pelt. 144: ScoBeld.
161: Schalkenbach. 100: Larkln. 183. Total. 800.
Unexcelled Beaton. 119: ivarce. 157; Uhl. 127, Bier
man. 156; Btevena, 1.0. Total, 728.
The Corinthian No. 1 and Alpha met Monday evening
on Bchman-e alleya In a aeriea in the Stalen laland
Amateur Bowling League. The acorea:
Alpha-Frake. 120: Eglofr. 146: Vanderbllt. 143;
Braiatr.1. 181: Brown. 147. TotaL 725.
Corinthian No. 1 Cadmna. 173; Ludwlg. 164; How
den. 133; Ford, 142: Foatcr, 153. TotaL 764.
Alpha-Frake. 161; ll.uaob. 211: Vanderbllt, 146,
BraUteil. 135: Brown. 13B. Total. 789. ,
Corinthian No. 1Cadmua. IBV; Ludwlg. 104: How
den, 148; Ford, 107; Foater, 127. Total, 855.
The membera or Onr Bowling Club, at the eonelnalon
of their gamea with tbe hanboea. rolled the folloalng
game In their regular weekly handicap prlte aeriea.
The acorea: V ,.,..
Team No. 1 n. 8. Lnqueer. 208: Sarony, 147: P. F.
Luoueer. 168: McKran. 190: Pattewn, 1H3: Ueadley,
20.-?: Uallaher, 189: Wilcox. 149. Total. 1.396.
Team No. 2-Dav. 109: Carroll. 150; Went.. 109: Har
riot, 152: smith. 109: McMder. 18J; Moore. 2U3; W. J.
Peck, 197. TotaL 1,887.
The Twenty-third atreet branch leada tn the race for
tbechampioimbln of tbe city Young Men'a Cbrlatlan
Aaaoclatlon Bowling League. The record of the branch
teama up to date la aafullowa:
ITon. lol I B".m. Li.
Twenty-third atre't 4 2 Yorkvllle., 2 4
Y.M.I. 3 ulMadlaon a 4
Bowline eaaaiea To-nlcht.
AM.ICAT KAVIO-CAL T0C5AaXT.
Olendale va. Yonkera. Yonkera v.. Jolly, Jolly va.
Park Avenue va. Olendale, Glendale v.. Krakehlla,
KrakebUa va. Park avenue.
aaooaLTM nanoKAL TOtnurAanorr.
South Paw va. Lincoln Council. Lincoln Council va.
Brooklyn, Brooklyn va South Paw.
aTRAca'a lovg i.land TomutAJRXT.
Eeawanbaka va. Cyclone. Caalno No. 1 va. Seawan
baka, JoUy Boarder, va. Caalno No. 1.
aouTB .aooKXTsr TOtnuvAintirr.
Proapect va Aurora.
Union County loadatere va. Rtveralde Wheelmen, at
Union County Koadatera alleya.
AMKUICA AllATXCR CH10N.
Section one Xavler A. C. va. Coamopolltan at Xavter
A. O. alleya
Section four New Jeraey v.. Palma, at New Jeraey
Boievllle A. A. va. Jeraey City A. C. at Roaevllle A. A.
MontcLir A. C. v.. Manhattan A. C at Montclatr A. C.
Atlantic Boat Club va. Ilolybacker. Temperance va.
Arlington A. C. va. Staten laland A. C, at Arlington A.
.AT VttW TOCJWAXEnT.
Caalno va. Lafayette, Lafayette va Alpha. Alpha va
j.asrr crrr AXAT.ua lkacvs.
Volunteer va. Kllkow. at Volunteer alleye; Montgom
ery va. Pavonla, at Montgomery alley.
Tn the weekly practice game of tbe member, of tbe
Ivanhoe Club Team No. 1 made tbe extraordinary .core
of 978. a.toUowa: slelken. 209; Baker. 214; King. 187;
Dedrlck, 200; Baldwin. 108.
Tbe Handicap Committee of Oor Bowling Club have
decided upon the following ratio for tbe membera of
the club in bowling for the bandaome prleea offered,
valued at 8250 In ad: Rcratcn. Carter and Clute; 6 pine.
Brown, Curtla. R. Luoueer, and Turnbull: 10 pint An
drear, Ballard, Carroll. Day. E. R. Peck, and C. O. Tona
aalnt; ISplna. Powera and Went.; 20plna, Moore, W.J.
Peck. Barony, Wllaon, Smith, and Talcott: 25 pin. Gat
Lber, Hubbard. Pattenon, and McKeon; 40 pine, N.
Peok and surge..
1. ST. C. A. Athletes.
Tho tint gymnaatle eiercliei of tbe teacbera' and
atudenta'aud bualneeaand profeaalonal men'a eLaae.
or the Harlem branch of tbe Young Men'. Cbri.tlan A.
aoclatlon were held In the gymnaalumln 123th atreet
yeaterdny otternoon. Dr. J. Gardner Smith baa drilled
lila puplle wclL and In the majority of the exercne.
they reflected credit npon their phyalcal director. T,be
claaa giving the heavy wooden dumb bell drill might
havo been mora uniform in tbelr movementa. How
ever, they are raw material aa yet. and the doctor will
no donbt aucceed tn getting tbem Into trim by the next
exhibition. The olaaa waa composed of men ranging
from 19 or 20 yeara to tho aturdy white-haired man
v. ho waa tertalnly over 60 yeara old. A claaa lu Indian
cluba did good work. Tbe eatuo membera gavt an in
tonating illustration of the exerclaea Introduced by
Dr. Smith Into the grammar achoola of thlacltr.
Ihe exhibition work waa by Saul Simon, the fancy
lmllnn club awlnger. and that favorite gymnaat for
tbeae enterlalnmente. Bob htolL Etoll. of cour.e. per
formed on tbe rlnga, and he amazed tbe apectator. by
doing. In lila neatrat atyle. the awlnglng hand etanii,
coming down to the back acale, and the Malteae croaa.
Btoll looked unusually natty In hlaaultot black, with
doep bine trunke and gold laced aandaL. On htabreaal
Hind wore tbe winged foot of the H. Y. A. O. Cutler,
of tho New York Turn Verein, and Billy Reed of the
Y, M. O. A. helped Btoll out. Both did aome fairly dlf
Ucult trlcka. .... . , ,. .,
In tbo new feature, "division work," representing
the methoda by which pnpile are taught, tbe live dlvi
alone wero led by Crawaon, Crampton, NewelL Roberta,
and Cutler. Tbeao men were very clever on tbe hori
tontalbar: JaineeWilliameof the Turn Verein. in hi.
aomrraanlt away from the bar: Villi Kingaley In a
new back aomeraault, and Walter NewelL Billy Roberta,
and Fred Cutler, who Introduced aome good comblna-
TDe gymuaeta of the Young Men'. Institute of the
Y, M. :. A. know how toattract a good croud when they
hold their " gym" exhlbltlona by adding competitive
event to tbe regular exerciara. Last uight In the Insti
tute gymnatlmn. 222 Bowery, they had a programme
moro than ordinarily attractive. In conawquenee 700
eaat aide Lda raised tbe roof with appreciative ap
plause. Tflree Y. M. C. X record, were broken and nil
lag due P. Bcbwaner. who la also a member of tbe Kvw
York A. 0. rlret lie broke bla own record of 4 feet 1 1
Inchealntheatandlngblgh Jump by cleanng the bar
at 5 feet. Then he broke tbe two atandmg broad Jump
record of 18 feet UK Incbea by doing 21 fret tV, luchea.
Finally be ralaed tbe three atanding broad'Jump record
from 81 feet BHInchea to 32 feet ) Inch.
Be. Idea this, a new record wna established In rone
climbing. Robert Oaban climbed 22 reet (I Incbea In
4 2 6 seconds. Mike Sweeney led the running high
Jumping with 6 feet 8 Incbea. In tbe fencing contest
Harry Schmidt and Harry La Mont had three polnta
apiece, when Schmidt', foil broke and tbe bout waadc
clared a draw. The Indian club race waa won by Zip.
pert from Sperling. Each man hadwonhla heat pre
vlona to engaging In tbe Anal. Tbe claaaea on the gym
naalum apparatuaabowed tbe reaultof careful training.
In the pole vault George McClellan, Oacar Pulvcrmlller.
F, Oerrity, and George Sinner competed. Pulrermlllcr
dropped out, and the other cleared 7 feet 11 Inches,
Kor Waxttlnir, Hiding,
" w 1 1 ther, no covering; yet
BlAuAatAn devl.ed for the hand
aTlO iC II C C equals these dclrablo
S 1 1 cooda for Comfort or
1 1 If Elegance. They are
Mltttaiie outi re extremely
Ifll LeVCIlOa Bon and Elastlo, nnd
take but little room In the pocket when not In
lite. As a Holiday Gin they are useful and
acceptable. Colon Black and Seal Brown.
23 Mi 25 Greem Strut, New York.
au. UMftMWtUa for both Udlu and OaaUajoaa.
HONORS DIVIDED IN THE FOG.
timer FArommit wis pviiskh fob
XUKIU BACK BUS OUT Tilt! HILL,
SToatcaa Oatloota Autocrat la tho laanelU
cap Inlerno Nnlla Once AroIh oa the
roat-Pcrlld Tflaa the Ioaaeat Rare,
A hoavy foe doodenod tlio sport nt Gutton
bore yosterdfty. Mr. J. CX Cnrr ol tlio Kxocu
tlvo Commltteo acted as patrol JudRo nt tlio
head of tlio lone homestretch, and tho rnccs
resultod in throe favoritos winning purpoo.
the other purses eolne to horsoa that woro
Tho Issaquena filly wns played for n euro
thine in tho oponini; raco. Make cut hor loono
noar homo nnd tho filly won bythren lengths.
Extra, n 00 to 1 clinnce. bent Mabel Pomoroy
two lonetliB for second plnco.
Tho I.upu filly wns selected to lend tlio blc
flold of two-ycnr-old innldens homo In tho
second race. Tho filly took tlio load in tho
last furlontr. won by n lonsth from Kllzn, Mor
BnnU. losInK tho plnco by nlonctli., ,
Tho upset of thn day enmn In the third race.
Onco Aitniu. tho strongest sortof a fnvorito. np
nnnrml llko nsurn wlnnur noar homo, when
Inferno camo with mighty strides, bentine
Unco Analn by a leneth and o, half, Tloirn
flnlBhlnB a poor third. KuRcnollKh bid in
his colt nt S1.505. an advnnco of t'MZ on tho
Bolllnir price. ,
Autocrat, favorlto In the linndlcap. was
bonton throe lengthn by Mohican, n 4 to 1
chanee. Autocrat trottlnir second plnco from
Prlnco Howard by a leneth.
Tho fifth raco was a cheerful ovont for tho
talent l'erlid, tho favorite., boat Gloster. sec
ond choice, by a neck. Vlrele. a 2() to 1 chance,
losing seoond place by a short head. , ,
Itoclc won tho sixth race in n driving finish
by n neok from Sparling. Princo Edward camo
In a close third. Uummarlos:
THE PiriST RACE.
Pnree 400, for beaten horeea; aetllng: tbree-qu.rten
of a mile.
J. w. Emory, b. f., 4. by Reform laaaquena. 104
Ogden Hiable'a rh. g. Extra. 0. M(Morrle.e) 2
V" O. Daly'a br. f. Mabel Pomerny. 2, 78 (Keefe) S
Naborllah. Idlsa lllmyar, Unngreaa. Freeaer. I. O. u.,
Toreat King, Kitty, Puke of Lenater, and Ellen alao
Betting Eight tn 6 agalnat laaaquena filly. 80 to 1
Extra. 12 to 1 Mabel Pomeroy, Mutual, paid M.55,
TTIR 8EC05D RACE.
Pnne MOO. for two-year-olde: four and a half fur
long, nun Island KtAblf'a rh. f. hv Fonao Luna. 105 (II.
W.O. lialy-a b. f. Ellra, 105 (Lambley). 2
D T. Pulalfer- ch. c. Morgan tl..lll(Rav) 3
Daytime, Capt. Garland. Bel Demonlo, Ijs Clgate,
Johannea. Brlrji nilv. Nanny Hubbard colt. Longing
colt, Archie Colllna, and (iold Digger alao ran.
Betting Six to 6 agalnat Lupa Ally. .1 tn 1 Eliza, 20 to
I Morgan U. Mutuala paid (4.85, $2.85, (3 30.
TIIK THinD RACE.
Puree (400: Mlllng: Are furlong.
Eugene Leigh' l. Infenio, 4. by Bend Or BlUet
Doux. 10. (Martini 1
Baden Hiable'a b. b. Once Again. 5.10.1 (Stevenson).... 2
F. Day- cb.g.Tlogu. 4. 105(11. i'ennv) 3
Francis 8 , Roquefort, BHllarat. Estelle, Napa II., Bat
tle Cry, and Cora Tanner alao ran.
Betting Four tn 1 agalnat lnrerno. 6 to 3 on Once
Again, 20 to 1 Tioga. Mutuala paid S8.15, 2.80, 12.40.
TUG rouitTn RACE.
Purae 1500: handicap: at-ven furlongs
E. Leonarn-a b. g. Moblcan, 4, by Iroquni. Berth., PS
J. II. .McCormlck-a b b. Autocrat. 6, 115 (Owyer) ... 2
J. A. Mahony'a b. r. Prlnre Howard. 4. 105 (II. Penny) 3
Lowlander, Melanle. and Bayles also ran.
Time. 1 :28f.
Betting Four to 1 ag.lnat Moblcan, 8 to 5 Autocrat,
II tn 5 Prince Howard. Mutuala paid fU.50. 5.15.
THE FIFTH RACE.
Purse 9400: aelllng; mile and a f nrlong.
J. II. .McCormli-k'a b g. l'erlid. 3, by Leonatu. Peri
winkle. t(lw)jr).... 1
M..I. Daly a b. g. lllostrr. 6. UTl (Xlevenaon) 2
R. Bradley's h. r. irgle. 5. 3 (hhlelda) 3
Mns Archer. Lepanto, A. u. II. Btookln, and My
Fellow alao ran.
Time. 1 -55V.
Betting Even money l'erlid. ntj to 1 Gloater. 20 to 1
Nina Arcber. Mutuala paid $4, $2.45. $2.75.
TIIK RECTI! RACK.
Purae $400: Belling: alt and a half furlong..
Whltten Broa.' br. c. Hock. 4. by Renown Lady Lyon.
lOitM (Martin) 1
Khaftau Stable' cb.h. Sparling. 5, 107 (II. Penny) .. 2
gpendtbrirt Ntabie'a br. h. Prince Edward, 5. 107
Maggie Beck. Barthena. John Illckey. Uyda, FlreHy,
Tom llayes. Tbe Doctor, and Orlo alao ran.
Time. 1 :22M.
Betting Four to 1 agalnat Rock. 3 to 1 Rnarllng, 7 to
6 Prince Edward. Mutuala paid $8 50, $4.85, $3.16.
To-djsy'a Procvamene at Qnttenbnra;.
First Race Purae $400. for beaten horeea: three
quartera of a mile. Frank L. Ill; Algelrag. 107; Prince
Albert. 10.-.: JuleO , 104: Forest King. 103: slrQeorge,
101; Lillian. U8r Wigwam, 82; Knapeack, 78: Adal
giaa colt. 78. ....
Second Race Purae $400. for two-year-old maidens;
aelllng; five-eighths of a mile. Quartermaster. 118;
Andrew D.. 113; Morgan 0. 110; Magic. 110: Highway,
man. 110; MaryD.,110; RoaaCl colt. 110; Knlckknack
filly, 107; lleltle. HIT: I. (). W.. 107: Cavalier, 104;
Banta Rita coll, 104; Excellanaa filly, 101; Herald. 101;
Bella F ,101.
Third Race Puree $400: aelllng; alx and one-half f nr
longs. Belnood. 115: Bill Barnes. 112; Climax. Ill:
Catian. 108; Ma Holle.lOM, Crab Cider. 107: Ucttyaburg,
J CHI: Umpire Kelly, 105; Rock. 105; Little .Inlt-. 101;
Craft. 102: Nubian, 100: Ottawa, UH; Alma T.. 87.
Fourth Race Purse $400. for two yenr-olda; three
quarter of a mile. Manbansett. 118 pounds; Paragon,
113: Gambler. 113; Abundance cult, 108. Lupa rtlly,
105: Lullah, 100; Maxim Ally, 100; Nannie Ilubbani
Fifth Race Puree $400. for beaten horaea; three
nuArter of a tntle. Raucocaa. 118 pounds: I'lambenu,
112: Vagabond. Ill: Krlklna. 188; Hhotover. 108;
Catherine B.. 107; Queen of Trumps, 107; Puzzle, 103;
Bt. Pancraa. 92: Alllo.ulpa. 79.
Sixth Race Puree $400: aelllng; one mile. King
atock. 112 ponnda; Cynoaure. 104; Eatelle. 81: harly
Dawn. UO; Bohemian, 88; Little Jim, 8U; Smuggler, 7b;
A nOlIBSLTELL FOIt aVTTESBVBa.
The Board ofControl Flrea Hot Shot Into
The heaviest blow ever struck at winter rae
Inc was delivered by tho Board of Control in
New York yesterday. Tho Board legislates for
tho Monmouth Park Racing Association, tho
Coney Island Jockey Club, the New York Jock
ey Club, and tho Brooklyn Jockoy Club. Those
associations furnish about all the rich prizes
of the running turf, and to bo barred from the
great round of spring, summon and fall races
will bring ruin to many stables that now send
horses to tho winter tracks. Tbo withdrawal
of these horses, with tholr trainers nnd riders,
will, on the other hand, leave only n lot of
skates and selling plators that will probably
fail to draw a paying attendanoo nt the winter
tracks, and so put an end to tbe unseasonable
Tho action roforrod to was tho adoption of
tho following resolution at a mooting of the
Board of Control hold yesterday:
JZswfreif. That owners, their horaea. tratnera, and Jock
eys racing on any conrae north of Maryland or east of
Ohio at which there la racing In December, January, or
February, or on more than thirty daya in a calendar
year, abail not be qualified to enter, start, ride, or bare
ll?enae for the racea of the aeaoclattona represented in
tho Board of Control, but tbl. resolution shall not take
effect uutllJan. 1, 18V2.
The "Winner at Mr. lVonla.
St. Loots. Ma, Deo. 22. The raoei at South Bide Park
to-day reanlted aa follow.:
Firat Race One mile. 8t. Leo won, Uodoo aecond,
John (1. third. Time, 1:49.
Hecond Race Hair a mile. BUI Nye won, Oaloaeeond,
Lello M. third. Time. 0:53. . . .. ,
Third Race Four and a halt furlong. Belle Redmond
won. Lady All second. Angeree third. Tlmet O 61),
Fourth Race Four and a half f nrtonga. Lellle 1. won.
Blue Rock aecond, Cvaar third. Time. 1:00.
Fifth Race Five furlonga. Ran Saba won, Peregal
econd. AUeheu third. Time, 1:05.
Sixth Race Seven furlonga. Jubilee won, Frank Lilly
econd, pick Delaney third. Time, 1 :37.
Boaton'a Big Hiding; Clnb.
Boaroir, Dec. 22. Within a few day. the .well Back
B.y Riding Club, on Parker and Caledonia atreet, will
be In full .wing. Some of the member, will mora their
horaea Into tbo quartera provided for them ln the new
building thl week. The preacnt number or member,
la about 15(, each one of whom line paid $250 for a
cluhabare, bealdea owning one or more of the club
bonda. The coat of the building already amonnta to
$Uir..oOO. Tlio riding ring la tlio largtal lu America,
being 2001226. It will be o(.ined about Jan. 1, 18V2,
Hertelcy Hcboolboya' Drill,
Ycaterday morning, lu the armory of the Berkeley
School building in West Forty-fourth atreet. tbe Berke
ley Cadets held their annual competitive drill The bal
cony encircling tbe armory was croaded with aoveral
hundred parenta and friends of Pr. John 8, White',
The drill waatberrault of a challenge which Is annually
laaued by one or more companies of the achool battalion
to the company holding the school colore. Company A,
tbewluiierof the cotur last apring, v. a tbe company
challenged, and Companies B. Ii, and II were the cbal
lenglng partlea. Alt four comi antra went through
the regular military niaiiiriirre with unexpected
aklll. Coiupauy l. captained by htuyveaatit Dudley,
and Company H. Capl. John Kn Delatleld. looked tike
winner at oue time, but Comjuiuy A waatoomutlifnr
them, t'apt, tleurge lleye bail drilled hi company In
aenral new uioiemeiitM, and Ihe Judgea' lerutct left
Compatl) A In undisputed pnsaeestou of the colors.
Company II. commanded by Capt. Lrueat White, and
roatpoaedof very email lads, received much applause,
and tbe applauae waa deserved, for tbe little tbare
really man-bed very well, rrnl Cbampney, thelcfl end
of the football team, waa lieutenant of Company A, and
Harry laeiln. another weltknuHii achool athlete, waa
aergrant. After the drill the battalion held a drrs
parade. Col. Henry 8. Puttrrlee, the crack half back,
In command, and Major Tom llull led ilm school
drum corpa. Eight companies participated,
A new pnruuiallc tired safety bicycle la on exhibition
at 12 Warren aireet. nnd Is exciting considerable Inttr
cat. It la u !orl)-tu pound wheel end of American
all claims not consistent with tha high character of
Byrnp of Fig are purpoaely avoided by tbo Cat. Fig
Syrup Company. It acta gently on tbe Sidneys, liver,
abd bowaia, ciaansjnir th. syslam a(iuur,iil It Ii
not a eyre-all ud. utek.a no nrtttiuneu thai mry
bottle wtU 81 IUMtILt.-A.
f.-awjsa-- ,, Jttrt fiTfri tlochvorh
NT yavPS'C'-iL thet'a tho way your
Iji ytiUTxV vfh0'0 system moves
yW3cHJfjJl W along, when Doctor
l&tsSt&JrS'll Piorco's Pleasant rellrta
VLjIyyjy&JSitzr have put it in order.
n5j-5 That's what they're
ijsj i mado for to rccntfafe
r.,S tho system as well as
I, ''j; cleanso nnd rcnovato it.
I These aro tho orirfnal
Llttio Liver rills, tiny,
!i tnigar-coatcd, antl-blll-
I; ( ons granules; mild and
' uentlo In their nction,
I but thorough and elTeo
fl I I tive ut ixiln, no crin-
inff. Ono llttio Fellot
U l-l for n laxr.tivo thrco
for a cathartic. Hick
Headncho, Bilious Horulncbe, Constipation,
Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derange
ments of tho liver, stomach, and Imwcls nre
promptly reliovcd and permanently cured.
They're the smallest, easiest, anil br.'l to
tako and the cheapen pill you can buy, for
they're ftinronfrcot to give satisfaction, or
your money is returned. You pay only for
tho good you get
Can you ask more or better proof of tie
superiority of thesa little pills f
the mo rva of vail
It la Not So Mnch oraHiieeee aa Kxpeetrd,
SanTrnnelsco may have gono crazy ovortho
International tug of war, nnd Chicago may
havo dovolopod hysterics as tho muscular mon
tuggod nt tho rope, but tip to dnto Now York
has not shown any signs of following the ox
nmplos of horlslstor cities, lteforoo DeOol
courla was absent last night, nnd Janios
Hulllvnn flllod the position acceptably.
Tho sceno yesterday morning whon tho Ital
ians defeated Capt Daly's Irish tenm In 30
minutes 7 soconds wa on tho hoart-dtsoaso
order. Every ono prodlctod an onsy viotory for
Erin's sons whon thoy marched on the plat
form in black trousers, green shirts, and red
stockings, for thoy woro sturdy representatives
otthoOldBod. Tho Italians, on tho contrary,
woro a rather light-looking crowd, with tho ex
ception of tho nnchor, a ponderous follow of
280 pounds. They looked stunning as thoy
lined up. clad in nil tho htios of tho rainbow.
Even tho national color of their onrionents.
green, wns lavishly displayed.
" Bad loook to thlm Dagoes." said one police
man to his compunlons, as ho glared at the
proud Italians: "d'yomolnd whoro thlm divits
nro n.wearin' o' tlio grnno."
"Woll. ulvor molml." wna tho rejoinder,
"they'll havo It shernpod off thlm ns soon as
the bhoyn do bo pullln' thlm."
ltwas the prevailing opinion that the tug
would last about five minutes.
"Why, it's n ltlo to 1 shot," said a sporty
looking "gent." lennlng against tlio iirofiB en
closure Houn ami wine enn't pull against
corned bocf and mixed ale."
But Irolaud was novor in It with Italy. From
tho very start tlio ropo went toward tlio richly
clnd Italian colony.
"If itwastltoDltflimln that was batln'om "
remarked tho uollcuman who luul porchod
himself upon tho fvneo 8tirniundlng tho press
enclosure, and was gloomily watching tho
hopeless struggle, "itwudn'i bo so bad, for
they're shtrong, ilacint luln. But it's u sorry
day vWiin a niiicoroiiy-giirlic-utln' Dugo can
besht an Olrifilimnn."
Tho tlrst pull last night wns between tho
Canadian nnd Dmilsli teams. Tho Danes got
the drop nnd secured throo inches, but tho
Canucks got this back in a minute. Tlion came
home tull pulling on tlio part of Denmark's
ruproKentiitives. and in hIx minutes thoy had
the required seron levl of rope.
The strong ISorwny men faced the sturdy
Scotchmen In the second heat. A prolonged
contest was looked for and expectations were
fulntlcd. Scotlu's Houn lost 1 'a Inches on tho
drop, but soon regninedthe lost ground, and
at the close of half an hour hnd nearly two feet
the host of It. The red-faced Norwegians wero
not to be denied, however, nnd inch by inch
thoy gained, tho last two feet being pulled with
n rush. Tho struggle lasted HI minutes 34
The American team, with sevoral new facea
and the little colored mascot, next faced the
sturdy Swodes who had given Petor Dodger's
brewers a pull of over two hours on Monday
night. Considerable entliusinsm was evoked
here. Tho llttio roon in the fancy suit waved
his flag incessantly nnd rooted considerably,
but hi rausootio powers evidently had a day
off. Inch by Inch tho Swedish contingent
gained on tho seven feet, nnd 34 minutes after
tlio start Iteferoo Sullivan announced tlio vic
tory of 8wodn.
Tlio most lntorosting pull of the night fol
lowed, tho Gorman nnd Italian teams mooting
in a tug to tho denth. Tho browors were in
great shape and won in 51 soconds.
FATIIEnniU." CU11TIS SERIOUSLY ILL.
Nervona Proatratlon, Coupled TVItti Ktclae
Tronblc, Too Much for the Veteran.
William R.Curtis, managing editor of tbe Spirit ofAa
rim., is lying aenously ill at hta home. He fainted at
hla desk on Saturday afternoon, aud bla condition 1.
now ao critical that hla physician will not permit him
tn see any one. hervoua prostration, with aconiplica.
tlon of liver and kidney complaints, la the trouble.
Mr. Curtla has been the foremoat figure -In amateur
athletics for many yeara, and known aa the - Father of
Athletics." He is a member of the KewYork Athletlo
Club, and waa one of the organlrer of that great asso
ciation. He ha. been prominently Identified with It.
aucceaa. and ha held tbe Prealdency and other Import
ant nfneca. He la one of the preaent Board of Gover
nor., and Chalrmau of lta Athletic Committee. A num
ber of the prominent membera recently gave him a
bandaomely engroaaed life memberabip a. a recognition
or hla gTeat aervlcea.
Mr. Curtla la amember of the Board of Managers of tbe
Metropolitan Association and Amateur Athletlo Union,
and la also treasurer of both bodies. He i an authority
on all matter pertaining to sport, and hi record table,
are accepted by the world.
Mr. Curtla waa In hta younger day a champion of
many paatime. and for year, won the weight throwing
amateur championship of America. He wa. a wonder
fully atrong man. ami to thla day hla welgbMlftlng
rerf ormance of 3,230 nounda In a harnesa lift, made In
hla city on Pea 20. 1888. remalna a beat on record.
He la a rreah-atr enthuaiaat. and, no matter how aevere
the weather, would never wear an overcoat. He wa.
the organizer nt tbe Freah Air Club, and took hL 8un
day outing winter and summer.
lie superintended the recent boxing and wrestling
champlonablpa of the Metropolitan Aaaoclatlon and
Amateur Athletlo Union, and hla Lbor to mako the
venture Bucccaaful are aald to be the Immediate cauae
of the breakdown. Mr. Curtla la now a man of 6.-V year,
of age. although well preaerved. Hla friend are anx
ious about him, for aa one aald laat nlgbt: " When a
big and atrong man like B1U doe get alck he get. alck.
for f oir."
"Water Polo la tbe Produce ExcJaaac
The Produce Excb.ngs awlmmlog department ha.
formed a water polo team. The popularity ot thl. sport
and tbe advantage which the Produce Kxchange
swimmer poaaeaa for Indulging in tbe aport have in
duced tbem to branoh out In thl new department, Laat
evening thoy played tbelr tlrst match. Two team,
were selected and a well conteated game wa pLyed In
the tank. The teama Uned up a. follow.:
Kntt. PoHhtml. Jltae,
Cramer Centre Ruddy,
Holderman Right half bark Worth,
Bell Lett half bark Burr.
Wade Ouarterback , ..Devlna,
Ilelth Goal , Bol.
Cohen - (Joala Pantier.
Cramer .cored 4 goal, far the lleda, Tbe Black.
failed to .core.
The team will be captained by Chrla ndiderman. the
well-known swimmer, and will play game on every
Tuesday evening. On Dec, SOtbey will play the Mao
batten Athletto Club team.
JL New Baelaa; Aasoelatloa,
Lxiixctoir, Deo. 22. The Kentucky Association wa.
.old to-day at atalgnee'a Bale by auction. Milton Young,
repreaentlug a ayndlcate compoaed of membera of the
old Kentucky Aaaoclatlon, and Major P, II. Johnston,
informally representing the Kentucky Trotting
Horae Breedera' Aaaoclatlon, were tbo Contend
Ing blddera. Tbe laat bid made by Major John
aton waa $t)o,000, and then Mr. Young bid
g.-iinoru and the property went to him. Jainea U,
Rogers. J. llull Davidson. Milton Young, Vi 111 8. Barnes,
Jamra E. Pepper, T.J. Iluah, Kanford Lyne, D. D Bell,
B. J. Trcacy, John K. Madden. (Jua Htmua. Clay A Wood
ford, and otbera compoae the a)ndlcate. They will
organlee to-morrow, and a running innetlng will bo
held here next aprtng at which more added money will
be hung up than ever before here.
Th limt piano tn bnr la an elf cunt new irMa
WATKUH 1'priKtit with itirre petlulm. riient are tha
Jlttd-t luiied mt woit -Unrutjl-A plmm.. now mAde; limy
roiitfifnal) the Utrft imj)rictneiiti,iiU uru warratitt-d
six yearn tn iv rutin atUfactinii.
An a RirQfiftl1 niter, wa will nell uur how, J in pro, fit tI
10. WATKIW Upright (uilh pliuli niou untl ri.ver) for
H't&O ca.li or fc7& mi liutulluieuU, out KstH.OU pur
UiTgalnsIn (rood irromt IihimI pianos (rem 9100 up
wttrU; paymeuU ouly Mi.tiOpvi luontli.
HORACE WATERS & CO.,
134 5th Ave., noar 18th St,
SnOtTALTEIt'S CLEVER TZCTOBT.
Jlldd Waa Altottrtlirr tlnlplnyed by the
Rt, IjOUIR. Pee. -'2. Tlio olttti'tli ttftmo of tho
match, which vm oponed yesterday rind
Hntahcd to-dny, r hows some very flno plfty by
Hliowalter. who 8ocmril to have takoti n llktns
to tho l'ointiuui otionlnir. .linld'a ilffcnoii. ns
will ho goon hv tho Hcorn ot tho triune, wa not
nt ttvpry hlch ordr-r. Iiotu'o thu ilofuat. Horo
is tlio full NOoro of thu Ktttno !
KI01ITII (1AMK PONZItNI.
ritowatTSR. jm-n. artowAtTin. Jghu.
II Ml- Jllnrlt. Utile. Iluto.
1 I'-K P-Kt 18 1- Ollillacli K i:t 2
2Kt-KR0 Kt-g B3 111 Pal1 Kt t II
4q-it4 i--il:t ;ioit-gi o-K na
nlt-KtO Kt-K-J r.'lt-KH P-KI14
flPxP ujl- x.iult-Keo li-it. I
7 Coat lea II- o 2 1-1 Kl-Qr. Il-QL'
8 P-O 4 1'xl' 2.1 ht-K .1 (.1) ll-Kt n
v il' Kt-K 4 (a) I'll Kt H r. ill K it -' (e)
10 Kt It 4 Kt X Kt ell n ll-f. T It X It
Jl P X Kt O-K II 4 -J R M g 1 II
l-j p-o r. do p-g u ;t -n hi x g Hi Kt
i:in-Kn h-iisii(c) routial1 n-ia'J
UB.Rrh gx II 81 ON UP P-lt 4
in g-Kt.t I'-K Kl 4 .-IJO-Kll P-I4f.
iiiB-Kt;i Kt-B4 H't p-g Kt t nr
1 7 K It-U aq ch K-ll 3 34 P O" P-lt 5
Th o emtio was concluded yesterday.
(a). Ilccommt tided by Tsrlilirurln.
(10. A ronimcunalilA nmeiiy.
ir). of course tint castles g Hon account of 14. p B 4.
(d). White conducts tbe attack with a certain In
genuity. (e). Ihe declatve error; the Ling had to go to Ktaq,
wliercaa themoe abote leatea the iiieeu unprotect
ed. Miuwalter hlta iipoii the right reply.
Bt. Lo"iR.Dec li2. To-day .Ttidd surrendered
tlio olrthth ttamn boforo pluy wun rosumod.
Tlio ninth camo was opened by Jtuld with a
Kur Lopez. Hhownltar took up the initlntivu.
nnd. carryitiK throueh tlio nttnok with tho tit
rnoBt nnercy nnd proclplon. forced tlio win
after "20 nxives. Thla iimkoft tho score oven:
Jtidd. 3; Bhowalter. '.i. and II drawn.
ninth oamk rut uortz.
jrnn. auowitrta. Jiron. Biiowit.rta
Whilr. Wick II Aire. ll'.mk.
I T-K 4 P-K 4 lr Q-K Kt 4 P-B 4
2KI-XB3 Kt gun m fit gao , it B4
II B-Kt 5 Kt-KI. a I7 1--KH4 H-Kt 2
4 Castles Kt x P lHll-li: u-ll.'l
r. p-4 ii-KL- id lt-ii r-ur.
8 g-K 2 Kt-g .i 20 ric sq g k-k n sq
7BxKt MPxB 21 1I-U2 I'-BT.
H r X 1" Kt-Kt 2 ii Kt II 2 11-11 4
UKt-g,4 tnitles -jtgK-gsq P-gu
10Kt-uB3 hl-ll L'tl'll' I'xl-
IIH-Ksi Kt-K. 1 2'. It Ksq It X H I
12KtxKt HPxKt JUIIxIt Kill
l.-g-B4 O-K su p.ralgna.
Standard Athlete Cliooaa Ofltcera.
The semi-annual election of the .Standard Athletic
Club waa held at the club hnuae. corner of India .treat
andManhattan avenue, Brooklyn, laat night. The re
porta of the Treaaurer. Captain, and Prealdent abowed
that tbe organlratlon waa In excellent condition and
the club In a most prnaperoua state, with a full quota of
member and a tirat-clasn club hoiiae. ltenplto Preal
dent Ueorgo W, Wood'ailei-llnHtlnn or the honor .and
asauranre that he vould rather that aome other mem
ber ot tbe club be clot ated tn the executive poaltlon for
tho ensuing term, the rollnv. Ing ticket wna unanlmnualy
chosen to roiidm-t the nflalra of the clnh Tor the next
term: President, (leorge W. Wood: Ice Prealdent,
Andrew b. Murra): Treaaurer, Joseph T. Wood: Finan
cial Herrrtarr, Vtllltam K. McUowan: Corresponding
Recretarv, William C Young; Recording Hecretary,
ilrorge Landerfelt; Captain. John (lleaaou: Lieutenant,
Kiank IVvgant. and Athletlo Committee, William Mr
Carry, Joseph gultin. J MiCormack. and A. P. Schmidt.
I $20 Overcoats $10.1
$15 Overcoats $0.1
SOU, SOU Flatbnafc Are, llrooklym. B
I'obncco is mnn's most uiii" "
vcrsiil luxury ; tho fragrant,,
aroma of Mastiff Plug, Cuit
starts peoplo to pipe smoking,y
ovon those who never used,,
THE POI'NO l'ACKAOE MAKES A I
OKSIltABLK HOIjIUAY GIFT. 1
J. 1). I'flco Tnlmcro Compntiy, Richmond. Virfflntft. M
TLe Sun A. VUreut 8tus. M
Ttve oM wltfwam on fourtb avenue, between ELffb 'W
lefntlifiiiilNllieteeuth Mrettf-, UronVlyn. wna thronf 'M
on Monday iiiijht. and tttn troTtlTA ttlll ther yeitef wr
d,iy mornlitc. Tor ttio monthly cUk athletic entertain ffi
merit (iTThk Si.n Athletic rinli ynn tho tiotentattrmo m
tlon, nnd the fame rtT ilipn.ih rordelecUble iporUnff M
iiientm U wliK'Hiruftd lu u-itlt Jlrookhii. The AtTalrgT
wiutn.llynp loUu ntnixlunl nr the nlliletes, And th flj
prirt In it t Ml nit n Ik tit, mi iiiiinMMf ifronranitue. in wMoh ml
mnv Admitteill otevpr nmnteiir Athletes purtlolpated. jf
bfiinf irtum throucH nttliln ilnofvtli. W
warc i inA.erto r.ot sn.i SI..N.T, m
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