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HHp' g THE SUN, SATURDAY. JANUAKY 15, 18'J2. r 1 I ' JM
W IjUJIERIS ON THE WARPATH. IMsaaYty CErMRS- IIsT " TO TACKLE AST OF HIE ;&iBae - ' vtaumis. i)1mH0 IllHyrt1.' DapatlHt;tr Haher'a IsaeUer, Aaklae MKr alien If he will IMt lllm Aealnal Choynakl- KEtfC a.ONovrKrBdjrlobelatl'ponMuher. aaa-Ei' fight between n couplo of good men of tlio HWpf largest filzo will bo nrrangodlnadayortwo, BlHx!f- I' thn Indications of yesterday co fur any- bbBt' thing. lllllr Madden and Polo Mnhcr. tlio BPHl,, Irish champion, woro down town challenging BlflasBl&l ll the best-known men. and they had raonor HfiHHpii. to book their offor. Madden was especially KuH' warm In the way ho described the situation. Rtjlamx' '"lytbrMshcrls tlio only man of tho whole PffiKk' 16k" ho said, "who will fight Tho rest aro K HH v'what Peter calls 'pantornlmii' boxers, ltoro ''m m.jf Is - proposition that ought to convince tlio j lv MM'Jr publlo that we moan Luslnoss: Within twenty- Dr (our hours after nccoptAiicc. I will placo $5,000 &K ""'J 1 the hands of any responsible party, to fight iW (Hi ' Oorhett, Jackson, Mitchell. Fitr-slmmons. W H" r D11- or flavin, before any club that will 'i'fc' i; i" Tio a. purse. Mind you. I don't say k$-, V a 'biggest purse.' a term that Is often ' fti II I u 'tsu'K a challonce; my man '- i! w"' fleht anybody before any club that both r 'it td can agroo upon. If Corbcttwon'tflgH f? t ;' la the California Club thoro are two othot J wit ' dabs In Ban Francisco and two In Kow Or ;) &V .' leu, any one of which is aulto nccoptablo S&li 2 tou. jiK J " I It not true." continued Madden to a t ill i WT f dozen mon who wero listening. H l". "thatMahor Is tho only ono nmong tho EO S'' J' 1 ailed champions who boa been ready for 0 k week to fight any of them?" The party as '? $ S Mated. "Youcanbet ltIs."Mnddcn went on, iJ Ji jS "and now I Intend to mako him tho champion ?B' ft In toot" ' ? f ' "How?" wob tho unanimous Inquiry. f ? K V "I'll toll you. IthallchnllengoJohnL.Bul- v fj JP jj lltan. and put up my $5,000. If Bulllvan ac- I f W ' Pt. all right. If Hahor is beaton. John L. 5 tc m! 4' H Bt"l Du the ohamplon. as ho has boon ever 'K- T ilneo h won tho title, I have a belief, how- &!' Ter- thatSulllran will accept this offer, but It -..; if fcedeolinos, Maher will meet thofirstman who 'i-'V-'l K replies favorably to this challenge, and. as I Tm ' M4 before, my 15.000 will bo deposited ',; .V' m -v Within twenty-tour hours. It makes no dlf- -i-1 ',-. lerenoewho accepts. I.ct him be 'on top' or ';' 'i underneath. If ho has tho money Mnhor will ' fl ? fight htm. Thcyeay that Malior wants a repu J -A at i tatlon: he'll glvo them one. or mukoali those , Tc m talkers crawl." 4B'1' During tho afternoon a Bex reporter mado ' ', liiBK Madden and ('apt Williams of tho Olymplo . rT'BX Club of New Orleans acquainted with each i r llWf' other, and to the Captain Madden repoutud ''."' his offer. t 'Sf ? "You know. Mr. Madden." said Cart WII- ; .' Hit, llama, "that Maher is not qulto hs well i, !. Hi v known as he should bo to rank with tho best I f'.i Hu' men. No club would offor lilm ns big money as 1 1V H '1 Those you have named, because ha has not H'Hf arnod their reputations. by would It. not y. , do to put him against Joo Choynskl. who Is i 't Hi; held Terr highly among California judges? v i If bo beats Choynski be would havo n better y f- ens nee for a match with somo of tho others." ; -L ! "For my part." Madden replied. "I would 5 H I match him with Choynskl in no time, pro- ; H h Tided there was large enough money to win, W , out I nm tied down. Twpy tiago of Dublin. . k- H &, Who sent Muher to me, tins lnbtructud mo. !''!' Without qualification, to mutch htm against S. k: unbeaten men only. I havo no discretion K. i, J- the matter." .'-' 'H ?" "Bupposo." sold Capt Williams, in his slow. - J;1 doliberato way. "that I should cable to Tony - K- kV X: Bago asking permission to match Mahar 1 if h Bgalnst Choynskl before tho Olymplo Club for M ? V0.000 pufs' '('?' H V- "It Baas says yes to that." returned Mad- ' H oen. with moro excitement than ho UBually ' 3? U S displays, "it will suit to a dot" s"' ' A massage was sent to Sugo. and a reply is -;.;:; due to-day. '"'" 'H 5 Choynskl la a great fighter. Ilti weight; '- IH Which is about 175 pounds, lias always been ,' '',-' Malnst him in making and carrying matches '1H S with tho 1U0 to 220 pound men who aro at the ' ' mm '' TPP- II8 cavu Jou Ooddard, tho champion of , h the Barrier, who weighed 220 iounds, two ' llM '' terrlflo four-round fights, though ho was '. ilia S beaten in both. Tho Australian papern alt -' M ; vtreo that Ooddard's weight alone beat ''' ' Choynskl Maher will bo at his level in "' fffl !' weight, and, if the Irish champion wins, he )''. 1 i; will bo fully entitled to a match with anybody, r" ft for Qoudard is held to be in Australia far and e1 '"i. Swar nl,OTf-,any champion that that country li; 1,1 Jlahor will undertake to-night to stop Joo S R-il if Godfrey of Port Uichmond at tho Arlol Club In i'- -Mi'" Philadelphia. Oodfreyls a UlO-pound man. ' VAi1- who gave Jake Kilrain a fast three rounds latfi three years ago. Kllraln won. but Godfrey fs mm? knocked him down during tho bout. Oodfroy J- lilil ' Is ofthe giant build, but Jiahor told a Buy re- vr lllfll .i porter yesterday that ho might bo "as big as i nl t- je Metropolitan Hotel and yet not &blo to 4? Ifffl -V and a stiff punch." 3 li!:ll i Capt Williams rocolved soveral despatches 6 llll ,i Irom his olub yesterday, but said thoy wore all lilil". of aprivatenaturo. From his genoral tono of 'X II I reply to inquiries, however, it appeared that & lltfl! ". the Mew Orleans sporting men had become 't lit', . iot at weary of Bob Fitzslmmons's vagaries. E' Wut'i and. would not offer a purbe for him to win ": mi -' trom any other boxer. V m '"" fomr z. tazkxtd on temperasce. $- Ifiij v - 5;. iip ': Ve'Haa Become m. DUelpls of afarby aea f; ! W Takaa tb Flcdse. 3 i I ; ' Taoojt. Wash.. Jan. 15.-John L. Sullivan, '' i'l '' titer setting very drunk on Wednesday night h ' w s ?Mterday signed the temperanco pledge and : m, I Joined Murphy's blue ribbon brigade. fe. jlli ' Murphy met Bulllvan yesterday afternoon, ' Pi " Kld- pttor talking lor somo time, Duncan B. . ti t'f. e Harrison and Manager Prank Moran agreed L W 5 iPln t"8 bI" ribbon society if Bulllvan Bl ; would. To their surprise Bulllvan consented. J' . li'J I,'. Last night tho sluggor talked temperance to if If f 4 a large crowd In a dive. Re Rooms to have no '? 183! ' eravlng for liquor, but whether tho reform l-,.,. ' will bo porraanant is an open question on ! ' Which sports are betting. 'y ' S ' :;!. ' ) Ja!k Ijaiu Vnt to Fluht Pllmmer. JV? ,4 Til fouoirlnf chUng wuluaia yciterdiyi rv, '" "ISMtlMtSUiritinmtr, tb lio-paonil cbamiloaot x,v j Saftua, rU tb credit of bnllng Klil Koran In an &' ' ' M etftt-roaad boat. Now, we all know mat Iiogaalaan BiVy-.; j i; BaaaUnr. and no really able to cojjo witli a guod. nnt 'ft ':''-. fbus proftaalonal. Ihli conteit betwtrn Pllmmer and m?V " Hraala do avldenoa of tn Ilndliniuau'a ablillr In mpy tk arena. I bare noil;d 'M in b ;Hwr,,( ,vvi mf v' ' 0 o.ek Jaok I-yninn aealuit Hill rilmmsr In (' ' -! -fon4ro ono aniilih. bU or mll k-lft'.e. I will -'('' iic I' !' MtMOOtbat Dyman winr, lu any .iTli-, If irmmer t.AS L i WIUMaHnt tamcttkln. w, (i.Klluj.v Vm- ?,i LymaatoldaSoKreitortcrthat lie uuiaazros tti 110 B'-'r- if '? " leilini. walgb la lU boure before entering the rlu. ivi j- jv ' 'lV - I $ T Xarere I-ate Ezplanatloa. '.t-v j j' ;t Wtftrta Lswia, tba referee at the ritinmer-tlogan mfl m 'f. lVronad boat, wbo tan bad wide experience in box- '. W;v I " wreetUnr matcbee, and, by tbe way, baa never R'ft I' '? feaekadaloMrlnaeonteet.wrltestoTiiiBcxIbalwben i," W r' be undertook Ibe rtolloe of tbe ofllro of Judaelnlhe ;!-HI 1 eMaUMetbutTneiday nlzbt be etprmly rtlpnlaied B.yt. w ,k that a would civ no declelon unleea tbere waa a :-J M. kafek-oDt. a then waa bo knock-out, bo , and aa iV. , m I Mkadasastbarltr to order additional ouu,la, boib W3 V atdas baring agreed to elgbt ruunda, be could du Dvtb- ri' IH ! tBIbntdtclaraadraw. fjl If K'WJ ' 1 Atkletoa Bare m Jolly Dinner. (.' Si i - rlatag yonngorganltatlon, tbe Columbl.t Athletlo ' ' 'IH'! Qab. Unnobed tu nrit pnbllo venture on Thursday i W;- W(kt,aaatbletlcentertaluuientattTebterI!alhuIiakt Ik jliH'' Bteventb atreat tbe club Ubnt three montln old, but Mp., 7fM j. tkteacceu aad patronage of the aCalraould bate bten mii 'H I ' grsUfytaCtaanyorganlutlon twenty timet ltae. rV' ' ' Tba bett talent In the amateur ranka appeared, and m&V" H ; Mldombaatbar been a better athletic exhibition In (I.! ,v taUeliy.aataafollnwtnrproKrarainelndlrateei 1V ' iV f . aloainf-J. IX Jlllllu and 6m lliy, Kuule fierce and KJS- ';. Jlautyltee). Willie Ilaaa and Tbeodure Han., J. ntb- K.' v bartaaad W.Bke.han. fc", flHir WreHilaf UUmaaand R.S. Ualrd. U.Conpaud O. H.i Tmmvi: eJalfcar. affcj) uH tuabUng WlUle Ilaaa, B. a. Wnodruir. P. Bteler. mTA ' 'Mm 4' Prla Unge-liob Stoll and J. W, Harper. eWV-Ji Hr? NiMlaf-U Ilnnti and II. frue, &VJ ,B"' .KrallaT Bara-M. Sweene)'. U. llltr. II. J, Woodruff, Hit. H?fi Ku.aialth. 4 B,'S Trtib awlaglng-J. D. Ilarrla. B. MmVifi" Tme) faalnrea of tbesbow were the boxlngof Pleree, mwt't- mmm-i- tbe) ring work of RlolUthe tuinbUug o( llaai. and tbe HlCV MWl'fx () swinging of Ilarrla. MWBuAMWM jPaer and aandwichee are tbe tieital ronomitanta MMiiCmmwif Wwlak reward -the atbletia talent, but tl ) Culuinbiat mmL'ilMWM'Av wanted their Initial racket to bo aril-clan ,, tlirauuli. maBrjMmmfi ,- w CTowd of boxere. wrejtlere. tunitoeri, c-nets Hi 'j; 1. takaa ,to a well-known restaurant on fourteenth mwP.MWMK!r-- atiMWvhertaeonrie dinner was teiTel to the rrnwd BW-BMft? erf fully 100. It Is a nrtaiutr that the 1110. a rer in KV H's latnre will ask If dlauer parties are for atbleUs. and miP'.'f'MWM'f'. t 'eWao, refua tbe order. f"r (be Jolly party ratrled on io mwVfr'mmmfo wlMly tbat tbe balr of tbe proprietor stoi,d ,n end and mmlifMMmti'ii' aarceptlbly turned gray. All (he patron or tbe 1 lace HsvaH- war falrlydrlven out andthe athletesand their irlemli mwujtMWm9&' ,ka4a yaar'afaa crowded Intu two bouri. To deicrltie aruf "' tb thing would be Imponlble; It wae simply itellsin Ktr.HVJf by the time tb roast waa servtd, and grea-worse, It fiWMi' yoMkll. awlhBaBtf3' . mWZmwSiP' ' kabn definitely decided to bold another tlcye'e wWt fVlC' -rb la tbe Madlioo Square (larden. beginning March 7, l HuOt aad to last six days. II wlllnot, bowerer, beailxday K,k) IfCt" alght-and-day race, Ute tbe last. It is proposed to Rlf Wm'-'- anake tbli on even a greater socceii than the previous WkVt. ll'S Bniaintit,ndaaH la rather distressing Io tbe eensl- WSilG lkHi'J' ' U epaeulur to gas an a oru-flut and sore rider BiVt. Wm&f ellsgiugioblawbeelattheend of the wee, the man- Iff:: smlHt ageweat bar wisely detenumed to uske the com ug UH pr Mm;; rae Uat only a liniiled number of hours per dar. which In'.'t ftV will wake It more Interesting for the public, inasmuch WlM, aB-r' aa lb acores of the contestants will always be ei close mYhf mm St- a to austaln tba Interest, and Ibe result will be In KV mm"f iiubt ta lb last hour, tb riders retaining a mat au-1 Ri 1 arev treah appearance. WS 'il - Tbe Hading ridels of this rosntry and Europe have &? fju: alenlneJ their intention of couiprllng. tj.g rts i-V'J Mmr.V will be offered to tlio winners, so that every luau toil! lj lift i!, aaea bfur be starts wbat he la working for. Ijij '' ..There wlUb in couluncllou with tbe race an exhlbt- Wbx iWi' tlaa o burdea by the leading maouractuters of thla sB WV SS&F' .W,ckba beta retalocd to Bnuf the KaB' "'?-'- ' ' CAXVB -MJC.V .V KTT QUABTKHS, The Old Racat Club Will b Seca of Borne Oood Winter' Hport, Tho winter season Is always a quiet ono to n , greater or loss oxtont among tho eanolsts. but during the past wock or two there has boen qulto a porcoptlblo wavo of activity. Thus for tho foaturo thla winter has been the forma tion of a canolsts' club, which has boon de scribed In Tac Bf.v. Heodlng. bath, nrfdtollet rooms have been secured in tho old Hacquot Club building nt 05 West; Twonty-sUth streot. Gymnasium and bowling alleys may bo added later If tho membership is largo enough to warrant tho expense. Tho headquarters will bo open every day and ovtnlnc during the Season for tho conolsta of this city and vlclnlly. About eighty mombors bqo ol ready been secured. Tho club Is on, tho highway to ticces. Tho club rooms will bo open unt J May. and every oaholst is entitled to all Iirivllr-gi". upon pnymontof $.r.. Lnt Monday night tho headquarters were formally opened. About sixty canolsts were proKcnt. Including nvinborn from tlio ow York. Urouklyn, Knlckorbnckor. Innthe. Ar lington, and Crescent Athlete clubs. 'Ihoro wero uiuslF. story-tolling, smoking, and a good tlmo conernlly. Monday evening" will bo designated us clufi nights nnd upoclnl fea tures will bo prortded. To-morrow .night a lantern slide exhibition will bo exhibited by W. T. Wlntriiighiua of tho llrooklyn Canoe Club. " . .. Jnmes IC Hand, former, secretary of the elub. has recently been called out of tho city. Jnmes It Lako has been elated In his plaoe. Tho Crescent Athletic Club's canoo deiart mont promises to mnko moro of a showing next season than over bofore. About a ilozon members recently clubbod toguther and pur chased the blcwurcanoo formerly ownc J by tho Mohican Club of Albany. It Is twonty-flve feet long, aud is said to bo tlio lightest war canoo in use. The regular crow will consist of sixteen men. and It Is tho Intention to begin practising In tho big boat as early ns possible. It la veryllkely thot som.i big war-canoo races may take placo In Now lork Hay next season. Thoro will cortnlnly bo a spirited ono at the annual meet noxt August. Ihe, Crescents boat was built by Peterborough Urothors In Canada and can easily accommodate- twon-ty-tlvo men. The big war canoo of tlio ion kern Canoe Club Is thirty feet long, being tlio largest ono owned by any canoe club. Tho Brooklyn Canoo Club held their annual dinner last week and It was well attended. VIce-Commodoro of the Atlantic Division. L. C beavoy, was ono of tho speakers. Tho others wero It. J. Wilkin ond U 11. Palmer of the lanthe Canoo Club. Charles P. V cekes. Com modore of tho Brooklyn Club, waa toast master. Kverott P. Maston of the Tonkera Canoo Club is having a now boat built in LowelL Paul Vutlcr of tho Vospor Canoo Club of Lowell Is also going to havo a now rig fitted up for next season. He has designed the plans for the canoe himself. It will be of regula tion length, blxteen feet long and thirty inches wido. Tho Kow York Canoe Club Is looking for a jito for a permanent club house on Btatea Island. Tho Springfield, Mass.. Canoe Club aro erect ing a flue new houso. Home of the members of the lanthe Canoe Club expect to havo new boats next season. William Whit lock of tho Now York Canoe Club haa recently sold his cutter yacht Eatha line, to .Schuyler Merritt of Stamford. H. II. Barney of tho Hprlnglleld Canoe Club, some tlmo ago advocated a war-canoo race aa one of the features of the A. C A. meot Ho la now a member of the 1802 regatta committee. &nd his plan may bo carried out, Ills Idea la mt each division shall supply a canoo and crew, and the four boats then to have one grapd paddling race. Tho Itoyal Canoe Club challenge cup is the richest canoe sailing prize raced for in Eng land. Thus far all tho races have been won by a member of the lloyal Canoe Club. Tho races are held annually ou Honrton Lake, near London. In May or Juno. The Club will, prob- fibly Institute some new changes In their cliul ongo cup and sailing rules tnis season. The sliding seat has not boon permitted, but it looks as thoughlthls rule would very soon be come a thing of tho past. The sail area Is also limited by tho English sailing rules. Tho ltoohester Canoo Club havo organized a naval reservo with the following officers: Lieu tenant. James W. Angle: Junior Lieutenant. Oeorgo ,T. French; First Ensign. W. C Powers; Hecond Ensign. Courtlandl Avery. The Canoe Club battery lias thirty-four members. HhoottBK at the Seventh. Tb member of Company of lb Seventh Bejri ment shot last evening for tb Kemp trophy. The icore: coxriar a. . SOO Ms, SOO rite. fWof. Private C. W. Jlenry 21 2t 6 Private II. H. Stiles lu 'J2 41 Private P. V. KeUey. 20 20 o Private W. II. Kramo 21 2.1 44 Private A. J.Carelar 1 21 43 PrliateiiJ. ft ftoumey 20 in a Private K. Palmer 2U 23 43 Private 0. Adams. Jr 20 20 40 Capt. A. W Conorer 20 24 44 Private E. P. Jenkins 20 irt by Private W. K. .Veins 10 22 41 PrliateO. C.Arrowsmlth 22 22 44 Private U. P. tronnor in 2.1 41 Sergeant o. W. Itosevelt, Jr IS LO 0". Private T. J. Conroy ,ltf 21 40 Private II. L. Emerson 1 11) 63 Lieut C P. Bennett 21 17 BH 1'rlrat W. ft Kapcrtas Ill 20 8M hergeant II. W. .tansien 2.1 24 4T he rutin t o. D. Coik 20 21 41 Corporal J. T. Klrby 21 21 42 Corporal ft W.Jan.aen. 22 in EH PriateU. R.M. Hook 20 14 M Private L. II Broome Its 21 0! Corporal J. B. Cunnulnga ,...1S lu B7 Totals Ai Hi 1.007 Up to last night tbe record made by each company In tbe competition atood eu follows 1 SQO lot Jna. 1'i'tli. fteif. Company B C02 rv) i.os2 Company O 477 KM 1.013 Company A. .......,,. 494 Mfl 1.007 Company II 4KO 481 V71 Company U 476 H1 IxM To Conalder the Game I-mv of the State. BraicoE, Jan. ID Committees representing tbe Kjack State Eportsmen'i Association for tbe Protection of Pish and Game, tbe Onondaga Gonnty Sportsmen' Club, and the Unondaga County Anglers' Association met here to-day, and decided to lisue call for a Con vention, to be held In this city on Pen. 13. toconiHer the game lawe of the State and to make an effort to codify them. After the game laws are arranged to the eattefactton of the Convention a committee will be ap pointed to present thetn to tbe Legislature for passage. Jndge flrving G. Vann of the Court of Appeals, ex Judge Pantortb of the Court of Appeals. Oen. I). II. Druce of this city, and eg .Senator McN'aughton of Ilocheetur have written to the lo-alrnminlttee. endors ing tbe scheme and auuojuclng that they will attend the Contention. tldd and Kaid or.Sporf. C. C. Uiuhes II. Dlmse, and II. Peverelly r,f the In. di,r Championship Committee, met at the Manhattan A. l yesterday ntternuin. anl preliminary arrange mentewere made. Inclallng dates for saleof seats aud other Ucuils. L'utrles are coming lu rapidly. The second of a serlel of gamei of polo wni played on Thursday evening at the Coliseum Rink. 107th street and I.exinston avenue, between tbe Coliseum team and tbe ewark team. Te Coliseum team iron two straight goals. The Coliseum team con tilted of Kaiser. Ailama. Walsh, Rockwnod. and Pay. Tho Newark team of Hoffman. Kerwin. Howard, Oalick, and Moorbouse. Tom Phltlipi was referee and C. Fuller timekeeper. Nrwecpcit. Jon. IS. George Strong, the ' Denver Cy clone." who recently bad a mill n-lth Oulnn of Mints ton at Highland Falls, is novr mntcbed to light Ueorge WrU'ht, Canada's champica feather melirht, who la said tubate been the only one who eer Hon a fight from Illion. Ttiu Martin of this city is racking strung, and 'Fatly" Langtry Is doing the same for Wright. Tbe go Is to take lar In three reeks. within fitly miles of Ncwhurgh. snl will be 10 a finish with two-ounce gloves strong Is training here, Jltn noblnsin, athletic manner and trainer of the SI. A. C.eald yesterday 1 N one waa more sur prised tban myself In reading 411 article this morning, slating that I have wl. lied to go back aa trainer to Princeton College, and that I was tired of tba !, A.C. I am wtlisaliKiled witbtny position as athletic man ng.rati'l trainer of ths Manhattan Atbletlo Club I hare no intention of brealiug my contract for Prince ton College oreny other place as X have given perfect satisfaction since I have been here," Kw IUti.s. Jan. 14. A mectlngof tbe Vale freshmen was held Ian evening ant offtecra for the treehtnau ?ttvy and Hascbnll Asiiatton wero elected for lb roininvssiKoiu Cjiitmu Mnrpby r,f the baseball team s;m,1o brloily on the work of tbe nine. The following niheers were eltcted: President. .1. F. Hooker; Viee I're.l'luit from 'H4 h . A. II. Whitney; Treasurer. A. R. Clark. The foliowinv are the ofhecre or the frgshiuan navy President. 'I T. AJe: Vlce-Preiident, B. A. Ura bam; Treasurer, 0. VanJetbllt. Jr, The Institute Doat Club of Newark has elected the following o-Tleers. president, Thomas Hweeney; Vu-o-i're.ldeiit. Robert Ilancorki Secretary. Michael Fox; Cmnuiodore. Owen K. i'onlon; Captain. Jamis J. cohtirn; Ltsutenanl, VI- A. Carney; Logkeaper, utto Kueu&ler: Trusteea. J. II. dementi. John Cavanoga. Jatnes Kelly, and II. P. Hoey; delegates to the Pasuto Itlver Itowlng Assnclatlon. alirnael A. Mullln. Thomas r-weeney, James J. Cohurn; delegates to ihe Middle Mates Itowing Association. J. K. Murphy, James Co turn, and II r Ilcev. J. H. Murphy was elected Treas urer for ths fourteenth time. The for nnd rain kept tbe seores down at the regular M'lnntitb'.y shoot or the Atlantic Koil and tlnn Club at Coney leUii'lon Thursday. The club shoot ! at ten Ive I Irds. modinat Hiirllmrham rules, forlwogmd tiadKea, cnedonatsdby Judrfe ei.to& and the other by "rnap- J,er" Uarruon, be. idee tbe usual club prizes. Plc2 lontces wou tho nrst medal for the second time, and C, Mohrinau won tbe second medal. A, Ilolyer took the third prlre. The score; c. II Morris. 311 yards, n: J. B. Voorhrei. 2(1 jsr.ls 4; II T. Flint. 25 yanls. 4 s K. J.Butherlsud 2A yards. 10; I'.. Krngle. 2d yards. 12; K. llurkbardt, 2D ardi. (1: W. A. Weber. 25 ) arils. ; Butler. 25 yaHs 11; K. T Sutherland. 25 yards, el; yiirrta. 23 yards. 8: II. Hoi jer. 21 lards,7j n. Mnnseel. 30 yards, 10; (I. Ilelgans. :iu yards. 12; ('. Mohrinan, 2.r, yards, ir,: 1: S'ewion. 26 yards. 10: 1) Morris. 25 yards. : J. luter. 28 itrds 2: A. K. Jamison 21 yards, 1; J, Iloth. 21 yar!s U; J, Oal Isgber, 22 jards, .1. Twenty-four members of tba rnlnawn l.un Club went tu Dexter Park on Thursday and shot for the club trir.ee. The shoot is at seven birds eaclt. handicap, un der modified Long Island rules, tbe use of both barrels. J,ll)deal.dJ FlHin tlllbltd tbe I'.rst prlre with ten each. The second prlre was ditided by C, Jericho and J, hamnson. and T. Markhoif look the third. Ihe score. J. Icankln, 33 yards. 3: C. Jerlrho, 30 yards. 11; II, Kneliel. Jr.. 28 yards. 6; T. Markhoff, 28 yards, H, J. Cahill, 24 yards. 4; K. A. Vroome. 80 jatds. 7 J. Mrtiuiiiuiss. 21) yards. P. C Plale. ;tO yards. M; J, Vsgts. 25 tarls. 7 11 M.lliuore( 24 yards, h, p. jue 2H)aps. 7 Darned. 21 jards. H J ea'np.oii, 22 sarla. 11, J. n.vnu.2ii)-rds. In J II file, uo 1 Arils, Hi; II Ilouseiuan, 2s varJs. b. J Kathjeu. 2, )arls,i, lii Kbwarit, ;si )ards. 7; J. Akburst. 2.1 rds. 7. l. rltmmous. 28 yanll, 4; M. Dietjen, 23 yards. H; C, Kourk. 2 yards, tl; J, ilthnalu. 25 yarlg, 71 U. istiv l,n.21yi,a.- n ' TUltEC FOB STEISI1Z. Tb Basalen Irfte OfT Hote nrewerks, Unt nrn III nngerw. Uavii. Jan. lG.-In tho fourth gm Rteln itz mado a flyer into tho realm of the old school, which belUTos in brilliant sacrifices. Yesterday ho returned to the modern school, which teaches to sacrifice the other man's plccos. it. TscniooniK. w. STEjyiTy. Tschtgorln, who scorns to be dotermlned to cast his lot with tho Evans Gambit, again came to tho fore with this opening. Tho sago of Upper Montclalr. equally of persistent mind, has resolved to stand and fall with his nowly branded defence, so ho uheetfully walkod his aueon's bishop to knight's fifth nnd all tho way back again to queen's second. Whllo the game procoeded tho old man cast tender glances at iub nmanios jocket club. Tbe Track hy tbe Bess to be a Fla Any. Tho Qrfritolae Times is authority for the statomont that tho Brighton Beach llaclng As sociation is to be mado a stock company and will race under tho namo of tha Brighton Jockey Club. Tho same authority etatos that tho proporty Will bo capitalized at $500,000. and that it will be divided into 500 shares of $100 eaob. Wil liam A. F.ngeman to retain a controlling In terest, with well-known turfmen as his asso ciates. Tho Intention is to construct a new stand on tho east side of tho property, and tho track will bo widened considerably. A now betting ring will b built, and tho stables overhauled. Everything is to bo In first class modern style. HtnKes with liberal added money aro to close In April, nnd the over-night events will bo sweepstakes of 51.000 each, thus attracting tho best class of horses in training. Mr. William A. Engeman could not be found last night at his homo in Brooklyn. JtACISa AX QUTTEXBtmQ. Tbe roitponed Programme of Friday to bo Bun On To-day. The driving 6now storm of yostorday ren dered tho track at Quttenburc unfit for racing, so Friday's programme was held over for to day. The entrlos and weights foliuw: Pint Jtace Purse 9400. for beaten horsei, three- ?uartertof amlle. Van. 11W; Prodigal. 11 1; Burillide, 18; Battle Cry. 11A: Vintage Tim f'dly. 118; M. Patrick. 112; Defendant. 312; Bhotover. 110; Penny royal. 10SI; Algebra gelding. 107: Marty 11., 1U0; bunnl King. 101; Cuder Cover. U2. Becond Race Purse stuO; selling; all and nhalffnr longs. Prince Howard. IIS; enophon. 107; Marl Lotell.101: Craduata. UK; bias. !; Smuggler. 02. Third Kace Purso SVaj, for two-year-olds: seUUng; three-eighlbs of a mile. Maud P. nlly. 110; Heurlet'a filly. 110; Witch colt. 10J; Uunier Ulu. 10S: Putnam (Virgo cn.t). loss: Jack Ad.'er. 105; Lady Llghtfoot ally, (Hi: Fedora II. colt. VI; lieiuhtfut. l)". Fourth Race l'ur i5uo. tor all agee; one mile. Text. Us: Joe Courtney, IK; Birthday, 111; band atone. 91: Gleniocby. W llfth luce Purse ttiO; selling: flve-elghtha of a mile. Jay F. Dee. 11W: Harry Kussell. 102: IIawkeT 102: McKeever. 101; Lllti. Fred, 1'8: Blr Launcelot, tl: PlUroy, utl; Fmma J., 115; Uerango. W3; Gold Digger, HP: F.uiora. 6U: Hebe. 8U: Holla P 77. Sixth Raco Parse ftoo: selling: seren-elghthe of mile. Fabian. 122: Pparllng. 122; llawkstoue, 122) Neptunus, 11V: Longstrlde, ll; McCarty. 101. leetlea of Officer ror tbe Kentucby Ao elation. LESixaTox, Jan. 15. Tho syndicate of turf men owning tho grounds and Imtjrovomenta of tho old Kentucky Association mot this af ternoon In tlio Phrcnlx Hotel and organized by electing tho following officers: President. Col. E. F. Clay of the famous Ilunnymodo stud; First Vice-President. Jlilton Young of the Me Orathlanastud: Keeond We-PreBltlent, J.N. Camden. Jr.. a wealthy Virginia turfman that has lately established himself In Woodford county. Ky.: Treasurer. James C Itogera. ox Bherlff of Fayetto county and now teller of the Central Bank; Secretary and Superintendent, J. Henry Miller, a wldoly known owner and trainer. Tho following Board of Governors wore eleetod: W. r). Barne. Chairman; Our Straus. B. O. Lyne. O. D. Wilson. Byron McClelland, and B. G. Thomas. It will bo seen that thn officers and governors are among tho most proralnontand lnlluentlal Kentucky turfmen. After tho election of officers the dotid from tho consignee was presented, signed nnd denied upon the cash payment of f32.lutj.60, that sum being tho amount of tho llrst payment on tho property. A big spring meuting will be held. Newi from tbe IIor World. Foxhall Keono has the second call on Jockey Hamilton's services this year. Tho horso Onward Chief, by Onward, has been sold to T. C. Cunningham of Iowa. Price, $3,000. Mr. Frank Bocbefeller has decided to aban don his trotting horso breeding enterprise, and will close out at tho Lmcry-Faslg salo. Jacob Iluppert has engaged J. Bergon to ride for him noxt season. Young Bergen has ridden ft good peruontngo of winners recently. The manngors of tho track at Ktoekton. Cal., will horealtor charge owners a fen of $10 each time their horses are speeded over tho kite shaped track. At nrneont mcotlns of tho Mason City. la.. Stock Club. It w.i docldod to give $12,000 In stakeB and $in,000 In purses for tho club's flvo days' meeting. Aug. 30 to Kept 'd. John A. Goldsmith will probably como East next yenr with a number of trotters from Han Mateo Stock l-nrm. Hazel wllkos and free dom will bo tho two leading attractions of tho string. Eugene Leigh, ono of tholucky horse owners nt Outtenburg. hat bought tho bay filly Hoso ville. 4. by Reform, out of Albla. from Castlo i Pons. Price, $000. The filly is a full Mster to Asra. winner of tho Champaguo iitukos at Morris Park. J. 31. Young ACo.'s fine racing mare Marlon C, by Harry O'Fallon. out of Zumn, winner of thn Garfield Stakes, Decoration Handicap, and othor good rnoes. has recovered from iier recent attack of pneumonia with weakened lung power, and it is feared that her racing days aro over. Toronto. Jan. 15. The Ontario Jockey Club Executive Committee havo practically decided to weleoment its May meeting all owners nnd jockeys whether affo.'ted or not by tho recent nctlon of tho Board of Control. Although this course has been decided on one of thu mem bers of tho Ontario Jockey Club will personally Interview tho leading members of tho Board of Control to ascertain tho feeling of that body relative to the lino of aetfon. TTiey do not bo llevo tho Board of Control will object. Dainty Feet Will Fly. Tho feminine foot racers or Kings county will settle tb question of relative superiority by a 120-yard han dicap dash oa Feb. 1. The track will he laid rut on Ua boulevard at Coney Island, and, as there aro sixteen en tries of loung women between the ttgee of Hand ill sears there rrotoises to boa lively scramble for the trophy, a year a'i the pnze, a icold medal, wns won by Mus Maud Couvhtln. n dashing brunette of Miecpe bead Hay, aud she Is acutely preparing beitelf for an effort tu retain her honors. Tbere are a number of other, aspirants for first honors Setting into condition for tho struggle, ainongtheiu the issrs Hart. Osbtrne. Van der Volt, alason. and Castle. The race attracts more than usual attention from the facl that among the contestants areee vital rlisJ belles Football. The West Rule fihamrnrls n I the Long Island City Football clubs Hi meet in the third round or the Sew VctI. Hale l.eairue on the grounds of the former, Moni tor Par, Heehaw ken, tu-uiorrow. Tho Lcngfeiln Football Cluh of llrooklyn and the nrreii,oint Hungers' Football Club of lirernioliit win Play a chatnploushlp match of the New tork State ootball League on the ground or the former club at Bldgewuod btsebell gtound to-morrow, Tbe flr.t international Hugh ;othall match was contested last week betaeen Kngland and Wales, ut Blackheath. London. Tbs Englishmen carried all he. fore them, and beat their opponents by three goals and one try 10 nothing There were l&.tsxi persons in tha Itectury Field. Including the Lord lisys. ul Mayoress of Indon. ' lla storm dies not again Interfere wirb their plans t'.o r.uimet aujlbn irltb ttnerican ft.olbaiUebia wil KMpple allhracno'aeral W-lllcTs IHUevK.il Park tomorrow Tbe men ol !ttt teams late been busy , during the past week puttlug lu itul.bing practice lonrhes. auda they are very evsuly matched tbere is little doubt lust ut fur will By whtu iliy (owe to-geLtar. his extra pawn on tho oucen's.slde, while Tschlgorln did not ralso his eyes from tlio llt tlu piece of lumber which represents tho black king. Tho Hnsslan pressed his attack vigor-, ously.nnd It looked as If ho would get squaro In tho fourth game. Ho sailed In with n 00m blrmtlon.whlch. hnd It succeeded, would hnvo been undimbtedly pronounced wonderful by laymen nnd adepts. But rltelnltr. always had a knr.ckof making tho best moves In difficult position. He gracefully accepted all tlio pieces offered by hit opponent. , Aftor a few checks tho cloud passed away and then Stolnttz triad his hand la an attack. There wasn't much more doubt as to tho result of tbe game, for anybody who took tho trouble tocountthopleoeson tho board. Tschlgorln was of tho sarao opinion, for after saying Ich gob auf." whloh in English means " I resign." ho went several moves further back to eoe whether ho could hnvo dono any better. In the mean tlmo Beflor Mnclmdo posted tho seoro in bis letters; BtelnItr,U: Tsohlgorln.l; drawn. J. Tho eighth game will be played to-morrow. TUB LOUISVILLE BHVATIOX. Iaalds Fact ltd a, line to the Salt or the Old rjynsllcist. There are some Interesting facts conntcted with the alt brought by tbe old stockholders of the L'cllpt Baseball Association against the present organisation" Last August tbe half dozen men who owned a control ling Interest In the old Eclipse Ajaoclatloo planned to ell their stock to an agent of tbe Milwaukee Club. Their acbem leaked out. and those opposed to tbe sal of the club succeeded la preventing the deal. The baffled schemers then refused to put any more money Into tbe club, with tbe remit that It reached tbe verge of bankruptcy. At this point Messrs. Ituckstuhl. tiatio. Prexler, fiturky, and lutrunn came to the rescue, advanced tbe money necessary to carry thu team through the season, and put It In good linanctat condition. The next move was to foreclose the mortgage contracted by thee id syndicate and offer the club for sala al publle auction. The nve men wbo bad put the club on Its feet were the purchasers, and they proceeded to organire tb Loalsrille Baseball Company. The debts of the club were paid, and SC.000 was put In tbe treasury, with the assurance that nny further amount needed would be forthcoming. The old stockholders were hollaed that they could lake stock In the new concern. The old syndicate made no move, and bad nothing to s.-iy until: St. Louis got Into the twelve-club League, when ther tet up a bowl, claiming they bnd been victimized, aud .nimedlatelv brought suit to bav tbe sale of tho Ilcupse Uaieball Association set aalds aud have the club revert to tho old stockholders. Aa oue of the old udicate Lolda tho lease ou Eclipse Pork, the club will have to secure new grounds. PatTcna of the gam unanimously support the new club. HKOOKLTTT BASEBALL FiyAXCES. Annuisl Report of l'reeldent Byrne' Club Filed ut Albany. luisr, Jan. 15. Ths annual report of th Brooklyn Baseball Club (limited), made by President Charles II. Byrne and Ferdinand A. Hell. Joseph J. Doyle, K. K. Anderton. A. W, Llddle. and Henry C. McLean, as trus tees and stockholders, was filed with, the Secretary of Etate to-day. It nhons a capital rf 30.oro. of which M.3.V1 had been paid In cash, the remainder being properly neces sary for the b-i.iness of tbe club. The assets of the comfany consist of a lense of Wash ington Park. Br M,Vlyn. valued at $1 r.00. and the rights and privileges un1er a franchise from the Rational League, " toe value of which.'1 tbe report say, "Is en tirely speculatlre and cannot be computed." Tee existing debts of the company do not exceed $3.4dl) and consist of the running expenses Tl.e re ceipts of the club last rear were f-11 ,,8oi.:t. and the expenditures were ill ..U15.78. Ho dividends w cro declared. From league Headquarter. Wasnt.tcrox, Jan. 15. President Voung. In discussing the question of ealary to be paid baeball players, de clared to-day thatih contract made by tbo League and American Association bofore the present scheme was adopted would not be Interfered with under the new dispensation, "Wehavebeea rushed with other business,1 be continued, "and havo bal neither time nor inclination to discuss salaries of the prevent or future. Crery player now In th twelve ctula of th League anl American Association of Professional Base ball Clubs will receive promptly every penny that he has been promised by the term of bis contract. While the committee on assigning players will not un der any circumstances make changes in the distribu tion uf platers, there osnnot le any objection ou the part of Mr. Phelps and mys-lr. when clubs make ar rangements between tbetuseivcs for exobangtng or reoelvlug platers for their teams. What suits ths management of the organizations Interested will bo perfectly satisfactory 10 us. provided all the legal re quIrenKnts are tu'.tliied by both. "There has been considerable talk because certain prominent player have apparently been relegated to minor leagues or ob.cureil bv the action of our commit tee m not giving them a prutltatde asslirument. My sole answer to that criticism must be that the plat era In que.tton were not askeifor, and no other course re mained for us other than to accede to the wishes of those wh'iwiltbe called uion to provlje the sinews of war during tbe en.ulng season. Tbere could only be IH'j ulayera contracted for under the regulations adopted for tho government of the new organi sation, and club inansgtra made auch selections as they deemid best, and submitted them tu usforrntttl cation. I'ndcr tbe circumstances we could not do any ditferent from w hat we huvo done, even If a seeming hardship has apparently been Imposed upon some tried and trusty ball players. Contracta will be In order from this time forward, especially in view of tbe fact that all players held under American Aesociallon terms will have to be engaged properly again under the pro visions of tbe new laws. All contract made, however, betoro the new corpocatlon came into existence will be respected by club managers, and wa do not anticipate any trouble ftoia contract Juuipere." There Will Ilr No Central I.eaue. Colchbus, Jan. 15. The call forth baseball meeting to be held in this city next Monday for the proposed or ganlratlon of the Central League bos been cancelled. Tbe Eastern circuits of the clubs took no Interest in the scheme, desiring rather to Join the Eastern League about to he organized. The abandonment of tbe Central League Idea Is also largely duo to the attitude of th Itaticnal League and American Association toward It, tho magnates thereof favoring tho formation of a dis tinctly Eastern and Western League Letters from Presidents Byrne and Brush to this ef fect were received here by ihe Lolumbus advocates of the plan Undertbenew arrangement Columbus will join the Western League, and a meeting for organiza tion will be held in Chicago the latter part of uuxt week. Ptestdent rlpeas wired to-day that he will at one Issue tbe caU. Letura are pouriug in from hull players all over the country asking for places la ib ne w trganliailou. Tlmmej I th C. C. N. Y. Che. Champion. Walter Timms. '0.1, and Emll Goidtnark, 'M. were elected by the Staunton Chess Club to represent them lu a match at simultaneous chess with the cless club of '04, tbe latter to play twelve men. Etery game waa well contested. It was a marked trlumfb. however, for the Stauntons. Tho following Is the result of Gold mark's pluyiug; A draw with Itloilel. osnt bnitlh. Wjchrt, llosetisteln, and Weicbler; beaten by tinVer ateln, floldmurk won 4W games and lost 1U. Mtber teiu won bis game rather easily, and Wesehter was with great difficulty defeated. JJieCel pulled a draw yam out of a wretched position Tbe following Is the result of Timme's games; Boat L. Haas. Pollak, Uoldrich. A Haas, a draw with Schlakow, beaten by Pick. By a rather curious colncMtnc. Tim' me also won 4' out of his six games. He defeated U and A. Haas quit eaally, had but little trouble with Pollak. but Pick was his stumbling block. Hchlakuw ought to have wou, but Ttmme managed to force draw, The tournament of the College Chess Clnh has been fntshcl. Walter Ttmme winning. E. von Kiutel and Goldiuark tied for second place, with Preyfuss fourth. A fuU list of games played by tbe winners 1st Clot. KYi. Jirf. Frrrt. W. Timme A 14 1 .11:1:1 E.GoldDiurk A Kl 11 ,NI2 E. von I'lnul .11 1'i a ,HI2 UPreyluss A u t t) ,',m The prizes were sets of chessmen. The ljtcros.e Ass'ietation have urronged n game with the lhitrh University team for Uoodr'rlday and are turn game for May 111, Ther is an exciting canvass going on for th election r,f the isst President of tbe senior class. Ilewtllpte , side at the ela.s dsy exercises and appoint all the grad. uailon committer. The contest has now narrowed down toll, iiaruch and I. Moss. Jtaruch, known as " Handsome Tat," will probably get themucb-covcted honor. Wheeling; Ooeslp, The Bedford Wbeclmeu'wlll boll stag entertain ment oa Pen. fj. Tl. slxll, annual rcceptloh of tbe Harlem Wheelmen will be beiJ on Jan. 2d The Bedford Wheelmen of Brc-i'i',) n will hold a euchre anl pinochle tournament next week. W. Y Murphy of the New York Alblelle Club I at present In hprlugfleld. Hols having a light racing or dinary built, which he propose! taking abroad l:h blta. Capt. Osborn of the Harlem Wheelmen has appointed the lollowmg road oiiicers: Pirst Lieutenant. Harry Kryau; heron I Lieutenant. J II Pulle; Color Bearer, VI II. Loo; llog.er. W. Weudeheck The Lmrire Wjeelunn of this Hybrid their annual eler'tlinuf orhiel ,111 ,1,1 1 eUy etenll.g lllefiii 1'iv.uig aeree.ti't.d l o.r.ie President J lllls,li- Ig.r. Wee I'rtsident, lUnty ring. e. uelari, t. I',. Kcbepps; Treasurer. A. ti. Clanibcur. Captain. '.V P. l.ubn; UaaleuaBU, rredrrkamas.iri.nl ttilbaua Hack, leini Color Stam, Chants Ujifl; aogtsr, lied trick A COSTLT DEFSAK The Noassarella are Out or tbe Kace for the A, N, Tostrner Chaasploaahlp. , Th American national tournament trophy will net adorn th alley of Ihe Nonpareil Club. Previous to last night's aeries the Nonpareils had only two let vic tories than the three teatni tied for first honor, ana by dretlnglh two contesting teams would bav bean on even terms with the former clubs. The Fidelia team easily beat the cionparelU last tight. The ecoru: riBir tUMm. torus. I gotriRttu fv 5, J. Sirre. I ti. f K Ftnr. rfoMen r, it 2 isn Miller. a l"I Levertdgf O 4 142 Hours. ........2 7 1 177 Aimm 2 r, ;t imi ralma a 4 4 14N Klbbsl 1 H a IGMIIsanagcn 1 a 7 121 Paulsen tl 0 1 lb& Muster 1 & 1W Tola!a,,,...il2tii3 MO Totals U231 7C3 rasiiKa. Fidelia 87 157 241 ft4.1 431 600 BP2 W 74S MO Nonpareil.. .04 147 223 2V7 31 G 407 Oil 6vS 070 itKl t'mplr It. lahrenkamp. Scorers E. L. I'abeck and A. Muster, Average Plilella, 1CA; Nonpareil, 102 34. KXOOKD CSSIX. STOTTiatlU I BOSIDttr. Miller 2 4 4 ir7 Rellmer (T a .1 1R7 Bchrs 4 a It lU'i.Iietlen 3 U a lrit) Palm. 1 tl :i 1M 1'. sleier o H 4 ltu Iashagen.....8 .'. a 177 Kroeger a 0 3 184 neuter a 4 4 i&ft ; A. Meiers u 7 a 1U Totals. 12 221U 83t Totall....T2714 53E RAxrtx. NonrreU...112 1P.3 2flt .13.t 444 MO (101 R87 7RA S34 Costdale.... 72 ltlO 243 000 SOU 472 07tl till 7t H2o I'mptre II. Gerdes. Eccrsrs-A. Muster and J. II. Melnken. Average Nonpareil. 108 4-8: IloseJale, 105. vniBD CAM, aosgvsu. rteiuA. K,A S-e. ... S. S. H. Sen Bellraer a 7 1 177 ItoMen a Q 2 1A.1 Tletlrn 1 r 4 4f Leverldge....,4 4 a IB.-. C. Slever a 4 4 1M Amann ,0 ft 4 146 Kroeger a & a 172 Klbbel..- O B 5 jftfi A-Flerers a 6 a ie2IPauUeu a B 0 112 Total iosliit B27 Total. 122"5fo 841 rniMU. Jtnsedal 1 15S 230 2P8 Rl3 4r WW fltB 742 027 Udell 71 170 243 B3U 415 603 CI 7 COS 7t &41 'fmplr IL Bchwacke. Bcorcrs-J. Melnken and B. Nebdck. Average Botedale, lej i-Ct Fidelia. 1C8 1-S. An uninteresting eerie waa rolled at the Academy alleys last night lt ween th Volunteer, Monarch, and Jonah teauu. Thescorelt six.? eizo. vetcxmi. I loxisi. .t ."(. H. Sre. .1 8. 8. Srte, Kallman 2 3 r 142 Lefnsr a 4 4 147 iltuer a 1 (1 issJ.Topllta a 4 4 lr.u Jiitigman 8 1 180 Miller 1 8 H lfu) Wlnterbottoml 1 8 l4 H. Toplltt,.,..0 4 B ISO Herman.. ..... 2 4 4 161 Baebm 3 0 3 171 Total iTi02 651 Total "72023 737 rural. Volunteer.. ..no lai iri sr.3 82 ss 4M r.tp r,7 er.i Jonah US ICO 243 WW DV8 4U LOO LVH 001 737 Cmplre II. L. Bohlen. Scoters J. Bleb and K. Ooodman. Average Volunteer. ISO 1-5; Jonah. 147 2-6. scoxd tu. 05HCW. I vottrmx. . . Jl. &nr. K S. B. Snea. Kmrnlnrer...2 8 8 l.VMKatlman 1 B B 130 Cadlen 4 O M ISA.Mauer. 0 8 4 If. 7 Maass 1 4 B l.lVJilnguian a 1 7 118 Freest 3 r 8 lf.9 winterbotton.8 3 6 140 Lehrbach 0 6 6 181 Herman 3 4 4 1&2 Total eiU33 Tial Total 111328 W raavxa. Monarch .... BO 184 Ida 2K3 S.1T 423 405 MS (147 718 Volunteer... .O 13S 228 312 377 423 482 tVM 817 UU7 Umpire a Eieb. Scorers II. 0. llasenranl and E. Goodman. Average Monarch. 143 3-5 Volunteer. 139 2-3. The Our and Troduce Exchange teams rolled a close but poor game on the latter' alleys last niitbt In sec tion one of tho American Atuateur Cnlon. Thescoreat ocrs. I raODCca iiciukcx. '. .V. P. fnwe. S. .s. K. Smn. Day 1 5 4 142Tratton 2 a r, 139 Carroll 3 1 7 IbO.SImond 3 1 7 MO Vlnore 1 a 4 14at'ebster.....U 2 8 104 Tcus.o'nt 1 3 II 127 Walther...l M n 139 Ih . Lunuier.O G G lSOIUadley a 8 5 144 Totals.. .... "Zli 26 eio Totl...."71S2S S6 nuKEt. Proaue Ex. 7(1 138 22f 3H SRS 427 4SB B4. 04 0,VI Our Ul 121 1M 244 SM 447 &00 003 J23 UeO Umpires o. Sarony and U. a Zaun. Gcortr F. T. Lu,jueer and C. P. Tratton. The 'Manhattan Athletic Cl'Jb team guffered dsfeat last night at the hands of the Ivanhoea. on the latter' alle e. in section ono of tbe Ainerlcn Amateur Cnlon. anl thereby forfeit Hrtt place to the Ivauhoes. Th scoroi rraxnoi. I suiumr a. a .,'. .i. t 5rrwe .V. . JJ. ra. Dei)rlck....,4 a l(2 Gordon 3 4 11 143 Baker 4 4 3 17olWessetinan...l G 4 1.-..1 King ..r r o 20tlBemler 2 a 3 173 Hnxo 1 a ir, Mitchell 2 It a 170 Baldwin 2 0 2 lbS Ueadley 4 8 8 103 Total iu23l vil Totals... ...122"315 847 ras NKS. Ivanhoe Tl 100 250 fJfS 42a 631 817 705 81S Pll Manh'n A. C..U7 179 140 821 403 48 Z.7G U70 7C0 847 Umpires M. E. More and II. M. Qworu, Scorers o. W. Urllhth and liolzderber. tits Tbe Astoria Atbletlo Club' -flre" defeated tb PhTnlx Club's team by trteen pina In an American Amateur Bowling UnioD (tCection 2) contest at th Knickerbocker aLeya last nigut. Tbe score: ruOJtlX. I ASTOBISA.C. . .". D. Smrr. K f Jl. Snyn. Cow'rthwalteA 2 4 17ll Ilrtll 2 i 1 184 Fielding 8 4 4 1RO J. Ingram 2 ;l n 140 Van pel 1 8 1 171 Ingram. ...3 8 3 )im Talbert 1 3 A l.Ti llumo 3 4 a 170 Clute 8 b 3 17U Barton 4 2 4 1C9 Totall 1122 17 bOt) Total 14 2? IS tJH rtuxxj. TboinlX 87 177 240 337 423 4BS Wt2 840 728 06. AetorlaA.C.,78 181 2U1 328 41,", Ml t'-O.-, OH.', 74K 82t Umpire 0.11. Thompson anil P. Boselle. bcorera A. Boyee and II. W. Halgtit. sera a. Average Phcenu, 101 1-5; Astoria A. C. 164 1-6. The Midwood, Xdncoln. and Carleton clubs defeated the Montank. Hanover and Knickerbocker rlubs lathe lnir-club erle of Brooklyn uu Thursday evening. The scutes: rinsTcuvs. Carleton Wilds, 149; Slegman, 161; Vaster. 148i Bllnes. 1K8; Blake. 141. Total. 783. Knickerbocker 8cliwarzwae!der. 140; Maynard. ICO, Lott. 147; CatUn, 144; Webslvr. 128. Total, 716. SECONO GAM. Carleton Wilde. 1R2; Klegman, 143 Masters. 143i Blmes, I5rt; Blake, l.ttk Total. 7S. hnb-kerbocker Schwarzwalder. 151t Maynard. 169: Lott. 143; L'atlln. 1W; Webster, 140. TolaJ, 723. ruircian. Mldwood-.'ackson. 180; Hubbard, 12.1; Matthew. I4H; llavlland. 142: Stetlib'irlser. 17l. Total. 774. Montauk Mratton. 14: Millets, 138; PcarsalL I8I1 Blackw.B, 1&2: SW1.U, 176. Total. 7b. SrC0DGlUE, Montauk Stratton. 171: Wlilets. 178; PaarsalLlEli Blatkwell. ll; hwan, 171. Total. b03. MldwcKKl-Jacksou, 14S; Hubbard. ISO: Mstthsw. 142; Hat Baud, 183; Stelnbugler. 1&3. Total, 7U7. rtKSTCSMK. Lincoln Lltllg. 1(3: Bwnney. 171 Berry, 143i But ler. U.": Pearce. 140 Total. bOiS llauorir Hick, 12S; Young. I'D; Olcott, 140; Piper. IUb; ILrumbect, 141. Total, 013. SCC05U CAM. Lincoln Llttlr. 171; Hwaner, 142; Barry, I6B1 Bat ler. 215: Paarra.ll'd'J. Total, tills ' ' Hanover-Dick. 131; Young I.18; Olcott, 142; PIpr. lt)7: Krumbeck, 109. Total, 701. nnsr oamk. nxfnrd-Vorton. 120; Elliott. 101; Beard, 144; Ax tell. 120; Pearce. 132. Total, 819. Union League-Clitlltlnns. JI2; Ft'itrea. 130; nam. lln. 13; Waruer, lUO; Wells, 128. TotuLtjed. sxcotn GAM, noxfnrd-r.l lott. 140; Morton. 122; Beard. 118; Ax tell. 151: Taylor, If. Thulium. Union I.eagi.e Christmas, 1W; rVjulres, 1B9: Uin tin. 121; turner. 145; Wells, 137. Total. b&0. Tbe first of a series of Ave games for trophy be tween the teams of tbe Elizabeth Field Club and V. 11. C L. A. of Eliaabeth was rolled on Tuesday evening with tbo following resulti " Ellrabeth Held Club-It, Davis, 154; Ogden.171; RarL SOU; Tucker, Ifai; Urowu. 11H;6. Meyer, 170: Barber 141: lobu-. 145; riemiw, 126; Whipple, 180. To tali 'V M.C.U A.-olt1nl C Pauer. 1R2; MrCabe. 130; Plerson. 12,1; Clevher. 124: Usiibner, 172; J Kauer. 14d: MctluuJ, 183, L. Saber, l.il; Engel, 128. Total, 1.441, At the People' ralcce bowling alleys. Jersey Cltr. oa Wednesday evenltg. ihe Kyet nd Oxfords, the for mer composed of senior and tb latter of Junior mem bers n! tho Tabernacle Alblelio AsaoeUtlon, rolled their first match game or a best two out of three aerie for a unique parlor ornament. Thetcorei Ilere-Dev!ln. 1119; L. Ityer. 150; Havner. 17; L. Frey l"i; htmila. 141: Turner. 100; Douglas. 110; Chris tie, 124: P. Graham, 181, and T Hyer, 142. Total. 1.3 1 11 (Ixfordt-Vtarreu. 144; HeCullougli. 148; lUveL 12: Clarae 119: Older, nil: Walls. loi; J. ijraham. 79 Iitiinout, 12I; Hodman, 135, and Oxford, 149, Total) r.,Tu,.;V7v.rl' ",'. VlSJlJfni tbt Atlantic of Jersey City Heights rolled their flret game of series for a trophy ball at the latter' alley on Thursdy analog. Atlantic Bowling clan Meyer, 104; Ileneker 163. flrack. 164: Welller, 149; Welling. 161; Tbomj.son. 141; Hennison. 138; Meguian, 108; LolUrd, 138; Moore. 17a. Wavelly Bowling Clin Blackford, lf.2: nonoean 138; lelJ. 131): Powers, j;i,i; Bi.keiy. j,io: HeaddeK: iSi! fotai'i'.eia?' '"' J!i71 W-"UB' lii- ""': The game between the Friendly and Evcelslor team "ft,."!', '' J1". '."",'l" h? nl,"n I'lrs". The ecorei Frlrn..llyl.iilth.iai; Lauer, llll; M.lbus.128; llaus ser. iaj; kieln llll; iirlinann. 141; Wilson. 11)01 Lauer. 13ili Helbrock.lM; Mnler, 125.' lotabl 2.17. I.icelsior-Wclgel. 139; 1 ily. ItKl; Khode lite) Tre.ted. 110: Price, Hit; II..li,H. Mel. na"d. 104; luhrebbeek. 11U; Bauer. 131; Biacbof, 141 TouC :!'.wi.".lJ,n' 'o.-The following scores wert nude In fast nlVol ""'' eUlJD '"" " Mont,ojiery' alleys Moiitg.iiiiery-A B. Qulmty, mi); Vre!.ind, 143; A. VWl ,..',i..".ri0W;' ,,H'!i ''"ir. 131 To'lal'toVl iinianl V i-'-llrll. ir.7; llama. 110, WIllUuis laO: Bogart. 1M; Bruus, 148. T01.1L Vsil. """. aw. It7,Wl'1a?.V,.mo;,f;;,a "" n"nU' "'" " inX"tx il'.,iiB".,,!L1i.,.1,! ". 44; Boxbnry. 188; Murray. I.-.ll; llurd. H7:,la)lor. 128; W. F. MeekV 130 14li """" Mi "r. 11W t-ratr. 104. TouL The sarnnri teanrf th. ew Jersey Athletic Club en. ! .liteeilliebo'ern, too Patiirai-u Athletic Club on I i.'T.1 "urviiu.ii.ii ..:.) at hatoim. on Thursday c. mint in the skoiiiI ii.atcn of series of three, au'i vl"lt!.,l;.ltTh."cor,U,Ue1' U "" Luu" ".. I'amrapo AtbUtlo Club H. A. Orlrflth. 1851 J. B. C. Seaooley, 11 r. IrtlT, IMS; a Vltntnt 178 P. p. Batcher, 14S J. 6ohtuidl 140; a B. VogeL 140. To UrV.w8 J?rv Athletle Cluh-O. O. Bolton, lot I H. O. Coles.137! it P. Jettlns, 182; J. O. smith, 183; n. B. WllmeMln. 148; II. 8. 8ndIL 123l O. U. KUIs. 125IH. U smith. 154; fe. O. Koekwood, lull; N. U. Day, 172. Tout, 1.393. Tbe Third Ward team (cored another victory In th Ttteran Hall tournament of Brooklyn on Thursday veninst. Thcoret Itironah C. rtchroeder, 108: Jcobson,. I8O1 J. Fchroeder. 102: Dnrrh. 105: Mghllngale. 1.8: May, Itvt; liruyn. 115: Fullertou, 126; Ardrey, 186; Barne. 1 Thirl Wird-lleyl. Ill: Kelselbach. 1141 Winn. 150; Pehnorr, 1841 Carley. 1881 Bachus. 108: Mnrrl. lot; Werner. 1511 Truubenbergtr, 200; llelnert. 195. Total, 1,402. . On Thursday evening the galamanler club ot Brook lyn rolled two game. The scores: t mir cam. Ratamander O. Bpahn. 127: W. Lttahensttln. 151 1 febaeffer. 103: Fritebler. 121: Schwartre.100: It, LUchensisln. 135: T. Bcbmldt. ltlti; KllnckeL 113; tlsst.Pl: llargenbucber, 123; Bolenln. 119; C. Peters, 'Voole-il'k'iuckeri. ISO: F. Klceken, 171: O. Cald well. 142! Backhus. 150: F. II, Klncken. I8; ). A. Klucken. 114: Klueken, 130; fchldler, 110; llossbact, 123; Schneider, 149; lialpti Klucken, 159; WebeL 99. Total, 1.580. icosd cm Falamander-TI. Lttchensteln, 142: W. LltcbentUIn, 143: Bchaefler. 17b; 0. Spahn. 135; M. Bchwatue, 141. TFood!-B, Klncken. 208; Ralph Klucken, 103; P. Klucken. 160; Schneider. 130; F. Klucken. 13. Total, 795. Th Monroe Clnb defeated th Recreation team la th Pectlou 3 series ot the American Amateur Bowling Union on Thursday evening. Thesooret MonroeMartin. 12H: Longman, 1951 Lonnsberry. 100: Lodge. 1J4: MUier 1U2. Total. 816. Becrealion-hoper. 172 Ewrazey, 179; Gray, 152; Lee, 157 Tamtt, 141, Total. 801. The Llocoln Club defeated the Star In both game ot th South Brooklyn DualLeagu series al Kbaugbnesay' alleys on Thursday evening, lbs scores! nut CAM. taneoIa-Orelner. 125) 01denberf,197 LtchtentUln. 187 Olblet, 184: Wri, 188. Total. 781. Stars-Stevenson, 126; Blerd, 188; Thoubbourn, lS4l Bole. ISO; Allsn. 128. Total. V52. ttroxp CAM, Llncotn-Mnrphy. 125: Llchtentteln. 132: Bennstt, 1.16: Urelner, 162: Wilkinson. 186; Denlson. 148; Krautse, IW; Flint, 174; Olblet, 169; Oldenberg. 128. Ktars-Thoubbourn. 1311 Mcllheaey. 183: Allen. 14;t Bolce, 107: Pelaney. 180; Bierds, 15; Cassldy. 145; Fltzpatrlck. 133; JjeneUsn. 97; buvensoa. 138. Total, 1.297. Bosvllnc Game To-nlashs. anaioAx axArzua raoi. Pection 1-Xsw Tork A. a v. Xavlsr.i. C. at Nsw Tort A. U. alleys. gglCXElSOCXKB TOCBXlmtrT. Madison v. Bachelor; Baohtlor vs. Atlantlet Atlantlo v.Mdiaon. nosoxx touHAsmrr. Iron Crou vs. Frmont: Atlantis vs. Pull Moon. SAStXUt DlirUC-T TOCXgAKUrr. Templetonvs. Athletic; Athlstlo v. Maacottsi Ma. cotts v. Templeton. V. M. C. A. LXAGUX. Touag Men' Institute vs. Madison avenue, at Younr Men's Institute alleys: Yorkvlll vs. Twenty-third street, at Yorkvltle alley. Iooo'a Xtlce. TXa. Echaefer and Slosson both Indulged In practice work yesterday. A largo crowd witnessed each wield th cue, and every difficult abot wa liberally applauded. Eloaton showed np remarkably strong and created a great deal of compll jientary talk, and If anything, hi chncea for winning th match are looked upon with greater favor fter last night' performance than they were before. Ue made one run of U24. In a uoo-polnt Same with Arnold, averaging. In twenty-one tnuluga, 3 1-3 bebaefer played in the afternoon and also in th evening. Ill afurnoon game, which was played with John Moulds, was not one to cause much enthusiasm. In fact. It w as more of a disappointment. Intheeven Ing, however, be showed a remarkable Improvement. His hluhesl run was 130 In an bUO-potut game. Ills av ersge 111 the afternoon game wa 16. of the evening game 57 1-7. Ilia inlssta were mainly on easy ihota. due apparently to carelessness. The acoresi amsxoox game, ecoaerei 1. 18, 1. 3. 1. 3. 0. 1. 7. 28. 0. 10. 1, 40, SO. 9, 22. 80. O. f 500. Moulde-1, ltl. i. 13. 13. 14. 23. 0. X 1. 20, 4, 2, 13, 87. 20. L, 1, 43. 10-225. High P.uns-achaefer. 40: Moulda. 87. At erase Schaefer, 18 Moulds, 15. XVX5IXO OAMK, Fchaefer-O. 8, 20. 2, 125, 82, 10. 1, 44, 84, 1. 130, 07. 81, 125800. Lew ehjw-1, 0. 2, 8. 0, 0. 10, 10. 10. 2. 0. 8, 8, 0 48 High run Senaefer, 130. Average Schaefer, 67 1-7 XVXX1XO CAME. Blosson-12. 3.0. 324. 30, 12. 11, 1, 55. 1, 8, 2, 15, 0. 4, 21,0.11.0,84.108-700. Arnold-9, 4. 1, 1, 2. 4. 4, 1. 1, 1, 1, 2. 2. 5, 2, 6. J. 3, Highest run Slosson. 324. Average alossoa, 33 Election at the Sylva A. C. Th leading orgftntxatlon of It kind In th northern partot Hudson county 1 the Eytva Athletlo Club, with rooms at Adriatto Hall. Jersey City Heights. The an. nual meeting wa held the early part of this week, and the following officers were elected: President, Robert Columbian: Vice-President, Fred Htactea; Treasurer. William Buehle; Secreury, George O'lUra: Captain of Gymuastics. William Gensenj Captain of Athletics. Beniamln Adams; Board of Trustees. Messrs. Mtlliaia UueLle. M. W. Burkbardt. and Harry Adams. Following the election came thn presentation of prizes by Capt. Benjamin Adams to the representative athletes scoring the greatest number of poinu in open athletlo competition during the past year. The first prize. gold watch, was awarded to O. Genten; the second prlre. a gold ring with n mercury foot thereon, went to W, Gensen, and tb third prize, a gold scarf pin aliullar lu design to the ring, was given to It. Kaecbt. The club is in a prosperous condition, tho membership limit loo having Just been reached. In order to be more successful from an athlUo point of view the coming seaaon. a eerie of competitions will be arranged among tbe members, and the oue ecorlug the greatest number or point will receive a ultabla trophy. Cltyraea to Meet Chnrehmca. This evening Brooklyn will be Invaded by a dozen or o New Yorkers, mainly from tbe Seventeenth ward. Tbe stalwart twelve men are tbe (lite of th City Chess Club and will go to meet the full strength of tb Brooklyn Chess Club. On the New York team will be Kemeny, Halpern, Lloyd, Huntington, Doyle, Limbeck. Ilelcbard, Munoz. and Nugent The Brooklyn Chess Club will receive the visiting team In its new aud com modious quarters at 201 Montague street. The second half of the match wilt be played on fist tirdaynextat the rooms of the City (Jhe CluD, lii Second avenue. Manhattan to Visit Jersey, Arrangementi for tbe return match between tb Manbattan chess Club and the combined chess players ot New Jersey have been completed. It will be played on from eighteen to twenty-flvo boards a side. The? Jersey committee have secured the parlor ot tbe Progress Club. West Park street, Newark, and the gam will lake place on Thursday, Jan. 28. The r,rt half of the match was won by the Metropoli tan Club by the score of 14 to 8. The Jerseymen are willing to bel that thla time they will turn the tables as they have secured some Cue player, on tha other Imtid It ts not likely that the Manhattan Club wl.l b able tu gtl 011.01 their cracks together. Collrce Men Will Meet To-dar. rmsciros, Jan. 15. A Joint meeting 0! the Graduate, Advisory, and Executive Committees of Princeton Col lege will be held at neon to-morrow. The advisability of Princeton putting a crew on the water, aa well a ether Important matter relating to Princeton's future in athletics, will be discussed. The members of th Advisory Commute are Prof. Wilson. Messrs. c o Cuyler and Tracey Ilarrla. The Executive Committee consists of Max Farrand, president of tho Football Association: John P. Parker. President of the Baseball Assoclatloni Crowley Weulworth. Pretllent of tn Track Athletic Association; Cat. King. Capt. Youuir and Capt. Vradenburg. Gov. TJnlkelcy Replies to Got, Ru1U IIaettobd. Jan. 15. Gov. Dalkoley has ye pllod to Gov. Russell of. Massachusetts re cardlnc tho latter's renuest for tbo requisition ot Jailor Slbloy, nccusodof crossinc tlio Stoto lino and capturlnc an escaped prisonor. Gov. JlulkcMcy says hndoos not refine the requisi tion, but calln attention to tho fact that cuetoin has allowed ofllcers of tho two Btatea to cross the lino to recapture convicted cnmlnnla who havo escaped from their custody without requisition papers. Hensk whether In vlow of this (act it wou d not bo advisable to with draw the requisition ,aud quash the indict ment. llulkoley snys he lavvllllng to consider tho question ot olinncliitftho custom now In -ojruo it it booms to Uov. Russell lllecaL TIIESIDBXT DUXX TO ItETinti I H PH Bnlnc Core Maid to be the Cause of tha ' 9 - aU A. W. lrIUent' IteatKnallon, 7aaiBal Boston, Jnn.l.r. OwlnRto crowing tmslnpst i H cares. James It. Dunn. Prcsldont of tho Lcnuus LM of American Wheelmen, will reslsn his oCl'o. eaiaii AM Mr. Dunn's roslcnntlon has boon anticipate! H for somo time, but It was not supposed that he H would rcslsn bis ofQco beforo tha. mcollnq cf H tho National Assembly ot tho I A. V wliicrt H will be held In Columbus on Fob. 15. Lm Mr. Dunn waa elected 1'rosident ot tha H loatfiio for tho torm of ono roar ut tho annual ,H moo tint: of that body in this olty In I'obrunry, mU 1800. rrevlous to his election ho served ona sH year as Vlco-rresldcnt. Ills Initial term ot tocaalai ofllco.ns head oftlieLA. W. was a harmonious loiaalai ono, and February last, nt thoL. A. W. Conten. alalai tlon In Washlnitton, ho was elected, this time whaH to aervo for two years. In this last oloctlon lis weszafl was bitterly opposed by somo factions In tlio uveal! leacuo on account ot his attttudo on tho I.. A. ithaizeai Wj-A. A. U. nlltniico and othor mattors. A!tT ! JMU his oloctlon his rclcn was marked by inta? t!l natal cxocutlvoblundors, which croatlydlssatisriui tlisaiaii tho wheelmen at lareo. totaiaial IIo nrousod tho anaor of tho Western c!. liiaialal visions by doposlne 0. E. Itandell from tne H Chnlrmanfihlpof tho Itnclnc Doard. for which wiaaiai nctlon ho has novor boon able to oonnliiaio the ..'taiH Western section. , . aiaB While his reslcnatlnn la not unlosked fnr. no rH cnndldato has yet been namod to succeed lilm. ataH The sentiment of tlio members of the Loacui .mm of American Wheelmnu. howevor. point to tbo .aW selection of Chnrlos J. ltunlctto ot llnrtf ird, "'sjaaH Conn.. n tho next occupant of tho l'rciliicn. fmWM tlal chair. Mr. llurtletto Is at present 1'irvt .taaiaii Vlco-l'resldent of tho league. Diirinc In .H term of olllco ho has been Instrumental In In- 0'H MltutltiR many radical nnd hcni'llclnlehaui;."! TriaH in the workings of tho oreonlEation. xvaiaH Durlni; l're'ldent Dunn's term of ofllce crcnt ., aiH progress was mado In tho U A. W. roml lm- ll'tiafl firoveuicnt crusndo. Ho still hnd another year mmw n serve a chief oxocutlvo by vlituo ol I1I1 m-t .Mmi election, hut It Is thought that internal ills- Mmu Kon-lonK In tho leagno aro the re.il rea-r,n uaaiafl that prompted his rcBlgnatlon at this time. P(,a intalmB Cll.illPIOSS AT Till: IVJCKl.TS. I "'mW The Btaten Ialnnd Cricket Clnb'a Fine Ilea. I '"'B orst lor sa Bcaaoo. H '''lal Tho record of the Btaten Island Cricket Club B pe'cl for tho past Benson shows that tho club had a I (,U moro successful year than they havo had for I greflj several summers. Of tho seventeen games I '"alail played only threo wero Io9t, whllo some cf the tviflH victories woro by such largo amounts that tlio !lflj nveraco per wicket gives them 10.10 runs to 'aH their opponents' 8. Tho largest scoro made "cflfl was 231, for threo wickets, against Now York. wlflj and tho 200 mark was pasted on several oc- (vJ caslons, n memorabloono being In tho game !" ngalnst Manhattan, when tho Islanders won fj'uaiai tho championship of tho Metropolitan District Prtaial Cricket League. !'l Tho batting or S. IT. Barton nnd the bowline vaH of J. L. Pool wero tho features ot tho year. tlvfla Without tho services ot tho latter tho club JH would hnvo n vory different record. Ills aver- rfl1 ngoof 71 wicket for !.38 runs Is a splendid fuaiai one. and stands far ahead of nny nther m.-m- natH bur of the club. H. il. Ilarton, N. h. Walker..lr.. cltaH and 11 . Mooran nil bloomed as "century vH plants, tho ltnrlom Club being tho opponents ataH of tho first two, nnd Hubert Mantell's Thei- rudaH plans chasing tho leather fnr . H. Moeran. ntlaH C. J. Annan. 1. S. Ogllby. aud Eevoral others thaaH nlso ncqtlltted themselves, ten of tho team Itszaai getting into doublo llgures. Tho following la Mm tho record: TresmH EUMMAnY or MATCHES rUTTD. CH l!ay .10-statm Island, 227, Teutonic. 82. rJaH Juno tl Staten Islvnd, 11M: Port Hamilton. Wl. l.iaH Juno 13 otalen Ie.anJ 231, for awlcketsi Harlem. o'H j'une V-Staten Island. 81: New Jersey A. C. 61. Jljfla June '.'7 htaten l.latel. lulj Fort Hampton. IK). , " July Staten Island IT, end U-. f or a wukets; Et euieHjaj Paul's School. M; won by 40rntis. e t eHta July 11 ,-tateu I. land. 1; Kings County, lift. mm July IT Maten Island 8y, for 7 wickets; lvea Jersey Inisx A. O. l.'.u; drawn. , luali July 27 olaleu Island f01, for S wickets; Thespians, lnaH Aug. l-Rtatcnlslsnil. 1.18: Kings County. .12. llselaal Aug. 8 Matcn Island. 201. f.ir.'l wickets; Harlem, 1. ' HoBal Aug. ir, Staten Island. rO: I'aterson. f.9. by M runs. 1 rteaimB Aug. '-'-' Mi-ten Inland, 128; Pattrsou, ltx, lor VVH wickets; drawn. in.Bai hept Tp Matcu Island. 123: Cosmopolitan. 34, for 7 iOffl wickets: draun. aliamH l-ept. 7 Maten Island, f.2 and 63, for C wickets; Bet- SOalBa xnont, 1HI; lost by H'7 runs. vlvmi Sept. 12 Staten Island. 2J1: Manhattan, 108 and 67. yMM for .a wickets; won by 11." runs. .tiaalal Kept. le-Slateu lalaLd. 220. for A wickets; Me7 f'sai York, .',1. j tafH Played, 17 garnet; won. 11; lost. 0; drawn, 8. I JH BATTI.NQ AVCnAOES. Sali -""-" Amm Tim .a ua ot)a-a- asfe-ii.. riofout. litntni. tu-is. Urerma, .IsjjfsTJ S. II.Barton 17 .1 101 40 21.1 tntxaai c J. Annaud 18 S r.11 :ti;t 2Js7 taaial H-Ojlilhy 14 1 77 247 11100 vriaBai II. K.Tnwnseud... 11 ll 74 '-"I I I" 28 liaM V. a Walker, Jr.. ..12 s o nvi 21.-, i7.ej 00rH J. U Pool l.'l II .'17 J 77 17 70 yotaH T.S.Hope-SIrapson. 7 1 r.'i 102 17.00 ihajH J. ricryiugeour 13 :i 2J 122 Kir,, I If Baal It. Bonner 8 0 21 :i: l.'un !. ll. 8 Metcalfe 11 1 40 lot lo.H'l -vial H. Macgregur 14 2 23 10O 8.14 , 9M T.B.Job 6 1 21 BO 7..'-u lerfH ll. Tolley 8 1 M 14 7.( Baal P. S. Wonham 7 II 12 20 r,f tonjaal J.Urierson 3 0 H 8 4.00 oaai T. II.M011tgomery.il :t 7 81 8SH enH 11. U Thayer. 4 O v) 11 2 78 BBai P. Ogllby :i 1 r r t.ut eftaH U.C.l'c.l 2 Oil OoO lacH Batted in one Inning only. K. II. Moeran. linnet .. out: II. D. Wim-in. 14: W. II. Davldge, 8; K. Beckett. 'u,Mai r.: J V 11. Walker, 6; J. Ogllby, 3; It. II. Webber. 1; u2mu K. II. Held, 0. v-TaB B0WX.IXO AVEBAOES. bUlaB !.'-. Jji'fea. Jttm. irvtc-a, Userooe. tjarBai J. I.. Tool 1.103 C) &-2 71 r..i8 IJnBai V. 8. Wonhatn ,,.. 1,'J 1 70 ll 7.77 bvtaai K. II. Kurton ISS 4 107 13 8.2.1 IsBai X, s. Walter, Jr.... a-3 11 1 I'l lu KiuS fro-H t'.J.Auuand aid 81 273 04 11.33 soleaB II. '. Towusvnd.... 2.!) 12 10H 11 1H.IO BBai I:. Bonner 24 1 3 8 100 forBa T. II. Job 4 11 2 1 2.0O cataVai T.s. Hope-simpson. Hfl 4 23 n 4.40 BBai O. w. Ilarlie C7 O 84 S ess) aHBai O. Tolley 42 O 2-1 3 13.1s) BBai R. St U. Walker.... 11H 2 59 4 14 78 forBai J.firlersoti 10 o :i o .no blaBB E.ILMocri 8.' 4 17 O .OJ 1IB The last eight men bowled In only on match. -ut XBB TTIltB TAVVEBS DISCHABUED. Fefl OoBB Vhy Did tli -Western Valoa Tall to Proa. EbH ecule I B!aal Tho four young men who woro arrested In Chfl E.ist Nownrk on Thursday afternoon for tap- 11 tbfl ping tho Webtorn Union wires leading to their fH pool rooms were discharged yostorday be- fatfl cause the telegraph company did not send a ,jjl representative to mnko a complaint Tha cctH prisonors wero qulto jolly all tlio morning, and -MM did not scorn to bo disturbed by tholr arrest poH Ono of them said that they woro only the coBal little ond of a big gang. IJrudy, who appears afl to bo quite a humorist, said that It was alia hoV mlstako about their intentions, and that they uatal did not Intend to rob the bookmakers, but cob were ngonts of Anthony Comstoek, and put in knaal thn wire just to learn if tho pool setters were WaH really operating, and thus 'transgressing the ana law. He said another thing with a tono of ear- lalal casmlnlt. totliaeffoet that allot thoitutliorl- Dofl ties of Hudson county had boon imploring exa Comstock for mouths to put stop to tlio dobb nefarious work of tho Harrison pool cell- Mi ers. nnd yet it lift been nponly stnt-d amftl I11 mniiT papers and In the Harrison Comtnwn vldal t.ouii"U that Jorsuy City offlclaU woro proto.'t- Chal ing tlin bookmakers. The plnccs have been eatai nttacked spasmodically by local police, but altS never elTpctuallv closod, nnd every Hud-en raaai county Grand Jury, has been asked to Indict haasl tho men, but has f .illed to take action. 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