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, ROSTOS AM) CISCtHSATI J'T.AY FOUR- ji:i:x issisos a sn so t a rv. maim. $ Tim New York Niiccurahed to Chlcaco, "jj "nil nrnokljn Veil Whipped In Wt. V I.ttula A MlDln Jror Defeat Louis. I j vllle-I.onB' Kemnrunt.le Inhibition. t; A ycirnco wliontlio mnsslvo form or A11109 is- JlnMo stnpppil into tlio box. (Iio rmnkt worn $, wont tolpoful!y roninrk! "Tills Istliuday no 7ft win." Nowadays wlion Amoi la Rclioilulnil to i' cltoli. Metropolitan 'rootors lii-citi to look tin- W enty and wrestle, with n iircsontlmutit tlint ons jig' mora detent Uto bo clialkod up ncalnst (Iio U& Ootlmmltoi. Tlio Cyclone's rotrocrosslon 1? a, il doopiiroblumnndnlsonsuurco ot nnKiili.li to ' . local enthusiasts. Tlio star poiformnnoo of Mg- yestordny was at Cincinnati, whoro tlio llos- jjlp, toni and tho local team battled for fourteen i r fntilnsn without n run. Tlioro It m I that that wonderful short Rtnp. Itonnnn I.onir, i V rondo a now record. Twenty eliancos wero f K, thrust upon I.oiib, nnd ho lost only one. In is tilnu IntilngiPlio noceptcd seontoen out of 9 f eluhteon cliancos. This beats till records in that respect. Slnco Hanlon has heoii secured .. Yy totnko tho reins at Unltlinoro tho Oiloles lmo brnced upallttlo. Thoy playeil a stiff civna fj nnd lost by a run. Philadelphia. can I.oul'.- T a vlllo a push, and St Louis wive ward's men ; i? tlio worst tlirnshlnu thuy uo rocuivtnl this li season. It Is to bo hopnil that Word's ymiinj I! pitchers nrn not woiikdiilnc Inks was rouch- f ft ly handled at Cincinnati and Ntoln eaucbt a S i hard tic-iling jostcrdtiy. 'ilio if.imos rosulted '. )t ns follows: f f I f Olilcnco, (!: Now York. 4. .' I '-is Cloveland. I : nnlllmore. 0. . fix Cincinnati. 0: Iloston.O. lf Philadelphia. II : I.oulsllle, 4. ij H St. Louis. 14: JlrouU'n.2. -a At Plltsbiimli. rain. M- if- Si &. the iikronii. It rh. "Ten In". Prrrt rt..'. IPm. turf. Jvrrt. tH Bo.ton m a .h: rhii.iiBii.iiU h -j .;i 51 K Brooklyn . 1'J in ,TO'lNew YnrV . 7 H .4117 j tf lo.ilevllle . II l .ll'Ti'Vashllnitoll . 7 M .4.17 Lt Sty rittrimrfii . u ii .47 rhipn . nil .:i". f? I Cincinnati III R --..I'st I .ml. .. r. IJ .ill X. lt Cleveland.... 8 H .r.oolUalllniuro.. . 1 1U MV i H f Chicago, (t; new onn. 3. ; 'if CiitcAco, May A Twenty-five hundred per- H t sons saw Anson's team dofeattheNow Yorks J tt ', to-day. For the first tlmo In (lvo days there ; was n rift In tho rnln nnd clouds, and tlio sun J;1' camo out with summer warmth. Theerounds i I i Wore, howevor. In n mlserablo condition. Tho J i rain of the past weok had benten them Into n I i - bluett niunii. miii1111; hftHn runninipiLnd lloltlinir " 5 I oxtromelydlflleultiinil dnniteroiis. .New YnrU's f tj K ilefeat was duo to tlto lucky hittincnf tliolr s opjionents and the wretchod llcldlncof I ullor. i. I lloth nlteliors nero toiichcil up at times, but , J. tlioClilchcos woro more fortunate In placlnir it f their nlt. V f i lloth teams scored in the second innlns. I thn visitors on l.vons's bnso on bulls, asafo ." f f oentre "hot by Hoyle. ami onnnf old l)ad An- ir i sun's celobratod ground hall niufls. A triple by V I j l'annnnand bnso ruuninn to tho pinto whilo ' J Cooneyw.is trjlim to bteul second t'aoChl- ? cnitoarun in the same innlni:. t r, Tho lltors picked up another run In tho v i , thiiil on n sinclo by Lyons anil a two-lniccer J I " by O'llourko to the centre Held. A remarkn- i I j bio throw by lljan aftoi Uich.trdsnn hml wnl- : f ;i lopi-il the ball to n clean p.isturo caught : f f O'lldurke at the plato. ' J Tho ChicniM took the load in their half ot ; J". tho third iniilne. when thoy scored two runs is on Wllmot's base on halls slnulesby Bahlen tV i - nnd flyan. and adlsnstrous fumble by fuller. f V Neither sldo scored again until tho seventh j r Imiinir. when the home team pounded Husle in great fashion. Aftor Wllmot had fouled out, i , Dahlen cot his baso on balls. Hyun followed J Wltli a two-baccer. nnd Anson and Duncan & i ' wltli slncles. Ihen cumoa mult by'Liernan ' i of Cann mi's 11. Threo runs was tho result k of tho innlnc Tho New Yoiks bcored aruu j J onn muir by Hyan of Ooro's fly. aBBcrilleo by ' J Lwlnc. nnd a slncle by O'iiourko. J J The features of tho camo wero tho playlnc ; t', of Itynn, and a lone runninccatch by Ilicliard- ., f i son ot a ball from Cnnavan's but. h ( Manager Powers in nn interview to-day said: ,i J "The poor oonditlon of our plajers ennnot bo S, if remedied so lone ns tho miserable weather jj I J lats. As the weather improves they will cot In ff 1 J-' line, however. Tlioro is no doubt about that. . f v Tho club have experienced tho snmo troublo C, j' in tho eaily part of overt enr. but always oer- t coma it boforo the season is advanced very 5 . ? j far. Wo will ilnish tho first championship vp ' V. eerles in third place or better. Chicago seems ! K ;J '. to bo In tho same boat with us. They are jf . ' i playine a Jfood lleldine came, but aro batting f, j B ' " iioorlv. The wholo mistake lies in commenc- V' t m Inir the season too early." The score: ? Y) f CUlCACO. 51W TOR-:. t ?. Wllmot.l f ...1 0 0 0 1 Oore.e.f 1 10 0 0 ,5? IK DtUn. 8.1b.. J 3 J ,r. o Ewln. 1st b..l 1 la 1 1 iV 4 7n r r. .1 2 a 2 1 Tlmnn.r. f . 0 Jill -At" l ,( Ao.nn. ltb. o 1 u u 1 O HolirkB. I ro 2 1 O O .- I jv Bonn-Hi. r. r. .1 1 0 0 1 Itlrli'ion 2d b O 1 3 H O t5. !B Caiuvnn. ib .1 2 4 1 0 Lioni. ad b...l 0 4 2 0 (.i; coonf.ii .o l a 4 o iioi, c o 2441 i" X S. Klltrc.lue. c .0 0 7 0 Itmle. 11 . .. u 0 O 3 0 Sj ! K Cauibert, n .. 0 o 0 1 0 Kuiltr. r. . O 0 2 4 .1 J f Totl ,"27i77 Totals H H 27 23 "ii ;J r ridriio O 1 2 0 O 0 .1 0 O-l 5? - )j hn Vork 0 110 0 0 0 1 0-3 j5i 1 f Erneil rani Chleaito. 3, Sew Vork. 1. Pint banrliy , 1? errors Lliliajfu.aiNew York 3 I.ttonbftgen li iai. Pit f . New Vork. a rirst ban on balls llnrt-. I,ons, -.. I:'; luff. Cooiii'j-. Wllmot. tyan biltkn stru. k nut Tkr h i nn, l:lrtir.tun. Oore, Kuller, Humbert Three.liaKe ' t hlti-r,aiiaan. Boylo. Two base lilts-d'llourkr, I'ana- i Ii & van, Ryan, hacrlRee lilts II Kourke. Klttn.le, It. .jt jt In, stolen bases IlaM.-n, money. Klltr.-ilne L'm- r$ it iro Kmslio. Time 1 150 Attendance 2,600. e I.v BT. LOUIS. 14; BnoOKLY.V, 2. . 'i f Bt. Louis. Mar 0. The Drooklyns have lost " only five camos of bnsoball this reason and V j f( stand next to tho top ol the list. Tho Browns ; P liavo only won flva camos and stand next to Is ? tho bottom. This case of (lvo and (lvo is not S' k very pleasant comparison, of course, for tho m b' Bt. Louis Club and their friends to havo to con ga 5 3" template. Hut tho Browns possess more merit 3? Bi as bnll playors than their 6Uudlnc In tho race. &; ?' t fts compared with tho Brooklyni-. would indi ff ': 1 cate. Oapt. Ward. President Byrne, and tlioir fix, J' hlch class team were of this opinion at tlio I (,. '. conclusion of this nftei noon's contest. I; ..if Tho Browns cave tlio llrooklvns tho worst i ' nrubbinethoy hnvoreooived thishoabort. Two f L thousand snoctators were prosent Most of .9j l' $ thom had little hopo of victory for the local tf & f, team before play beenn. Alter an Innlnc or 5L ? iA two. howovcr.nonilyoieryonq bad chanced K ft tliolr minds. Brolteustein did the pltchlne for y F- A the Browns, and how he did pitch! Furelcht (&; inulncs the Brooklyna could not niako ft' 7 ' ,. hit. joud it looked ns If tho b.ise- ' n't nnd run cplumns 0f tho scoio J v heet wero to bo (tiled with clphcis. 1 lie had perfect Holdlnc nipport. not nn error . fo J belncmudn bytho lionie e!ul, Jlrodio showed 5? JK f up as a star in centre Ilel.l. Ho made two pi R t ftrft1!- ,nln"1!'.? c'lt,('lm1c,1 "", t'orcoran nnd fj? Bf f Hart s bats, eithor of whlcli looked to bo iji.od 4: K .5 for two or moro bases. Caiuthertt also ills. J,'. i thiculshed hlmselr by a (,'real runnlnccatrh. ?5'i S1 h , which brought him npplniiho nnd nu encoro Ss Uiat would huvomude l'nttl envious. feV i Htoinnitchod for the visitors. lie Is just tho fi ' li, '1 find of pitcher tho Browns ought to like. M E y Lvorvman on the team cot one or more hits Str - off him. He was lilt snfoly elghtion times. IB I;', With a total ot twenty-three buses. Ho was m, X Tery unsteady also In his dollvery. and Catcher Bailey had a busy time of it bohlnd the bat. K ,"' His support was not ot the host, tho usually K r , old reliublo Dove Foutz and Billy Joyco each it. maktna two daring errors, and errors ot B i JuilKinent were not lacking in othr mombors If; oftneteum. The score: HL1. it. LOCIft. BROOilT-r. ))' .li.r.(vi.i, 1I1 ri,r. Mi Crooks, Mb,,. s 2 0 0 0 Collins Lf... O o 2 o li Bt! Carroll, I t... 112 0 c H rii. 3d b....o tl ) ,1 u fY Vterilrn.lstb 0 1 1 0 Jojce, Mb .0 0 O 11 2 f - aiassrovk.si.'j 8 2 4 O llroutber. lb 1 114 (1 11 ' Drrnlle. c r... 1 8 2 0 11 routr..r. t. .. 0112 Mi carutbers. r.r.l 2 10 n I'ortoran, . ,1 0 1 r. 11 ,mi Itncker, 2.1 b a s a o Man. r. f o 1100 B ;' Hlrd, i- 2 2 7 2 Oliailej.i-, II O 7 1 II j ri'iteiiit'n.p 1 111 u Main, ri ,.,,,, ,0 o 0 1 o Kji. Totals U 1H2T lT 0 Total i fljii i M Y Bt. Idllli 1 ft 0 O 8 8 1 0 0-14 mm ( Urooklju u 00UU000 2 a 18 .' KarnsJ rnni at. Lnnli. 7. T-o base bits Olusrnek, W Carutbers. Uirtl. riiree.base bit Hlrd. Molen l.ahei xsi ' Crooks, UruiUt). CorLoran 1-irst base on balls lilt fl ,, llreltelistoln. 7 nit Meln. S Hit bj .lollcl lull far- M .;. 10IL Struck out-UyHreUeusteln, 7: by Meln. 4 I'a.sol f j balls-.lllril. 2: Daiiey. 1. Wild vltobessiuln, 2i lireu- H "irv" tusttln, J, Tliuo i 15. Umpire J.) uch. WW? BOSTON, 0 ; CINCINNATI, 014 INNINOS. WMZ Cincinnati. MnyO. For fourtcon innings the Jfff' Reds and Bostons struggled for the master)-. 5JL4' Three rivals from each team had camped on Wf ' third, but not a soul could pass that bag. Halt a aozon t:mos a hit would havo put nn und to '!, the strugcle. but whon tho sun Bank behind ft Mt Harrison's wooded crest Its dlnc rays j'- dazzled the players and made It Impossible for 3- n man at bat to soo the ball. Then Umplio ', bhorldau called the came. O'Xolll missed nn opportunity to win when he failed to run out Comlskev's hlch ily. DutTyiiiuftVd it and Tip ;i only reached third. Lone took .Smlth'Hcnuiiiil- . fi'iindClnclnnati'scoldenopportunitywuslobt. ; a There was e.clteuient in almost oery in- 1 :H 'dnif-, Ocelli and btoey eucli made sensa- ,)! iloiial catches, and Burke's capture of Qulnu's IW Ily. on which Lowe was doubled ut second, was Pf S n, beauty. Clnrkhnii and Chumbeilnlii did ' their sharo tnivanl batting out the iaiue. and SfK ledolTro8iiectlelylii the eltnetith und thlr- dtp teentli innlncs with two-baccers. but the 111011 lja behind them could not lirho them hoiuo. 14K '-"He broke the Holding record at short, lie- 3ff eeptlni; oichteen clmin'us In nlnoleen In the ft fl (list 11(110 iiinhii.'s. After that hu only hud two i it ' ''"lb;. Nu I's llncer was split when he If niulled liufly'h llv In Uio fouitecinth. i:ory ij? nun w 10 Htarted for Kecoiul 011 Ilairliigton mSt lime li- tlio base, and live of theni got tlieie. H Jjilliuin and Ha lllcun. tho only Beds to try It. K wero nailed by King, who never cuught a bet- yB v ' tercaiiie. .. , km h W hllehtoveyfallfdattlio bat on three oeea- M (I rtoti-,.n,l .pull, USwn or a. llnVw0 K K l-utham's bat In tho thlrtocntliVwaii fatal. K.. 'SfiaT'-'i 1" -af -" ',: '';:'' vj"' ' - ... '$" ,::Jt,itsa- tTt'-Jr- f'-ir-V' ,- -f'- l' ",J rw------'' r '.'"' Threatened rain kept thn attendance down to 1.H2H. Two camos to-morrow. Thoscoro: cistMasn iostot, ' Mcrrtee. Sclbn 1 1 3 d Lonir, . . .. 0 1 ft 14 1 i.tiiin, ami o o a 0 unity, c r o 1 o u 1 llsllltan, r. f II I 4 O IIMD-ey I ( o 11 2 11 1 Hurke.c.f .0021 11 Mct'anh-.r f" o 4 1 i tr.Neni I. f 11 ii 4 0 1 lwe Mb (1 3 0 Cnuilskey. lb II 0 1M 1 1 helly, e II II 4 .1 11 Smith, s II 1 J 7 2 Unlli" 2il b o II a Ii tl llsrtllietnn.rll ll 7 tl II furker, 1st h 0 021 O 1 Cbatubtrin, po 114 ojc.atkson, P., o 1 o J o Totali U 431 t Total! ...0 34J2U 4 Boston ... O 0 (I 11 (I II o 0 0 o o o 0 0-0 Cincinnati. 0 11 o u 0 O 0 u 0 (i li 0 0 0-0 First base on erair-"lnritin-ll, :t. Boston, a left onbases-Clnrinnafl. Ml Ilo.li.n. 7 Ursl base on balls -Orl I liainbsrlaln.il ufl Cb-rkstllt. n. Mrurk niil-Uy Chamberlain r,- br Clsrkinn, 4 Two-bain hit-l oiik. t bainberlalli, 1 larkson. saerltlce Iills-nuny, hell. Stolen bae-I oliif, b.ie, Tllrker Hull) Ui.Dijill.li nlivs-uiiliiii I ontr ami Turkeri llurka nn; Mcriiee: helly ami Lonir l'osse.1 balls-llarrlnRlon. J, tuiplre Sheridan. Time-T o hours atel 33 minute. riiTiiJin.il siTiioai', n. CiTrrnin. Mar (1 -In Ihe slJtb Innlnit "' Vi'.i1? 7"i came Hails lilted th- ball la the tence 111 1 if lit Jjf three baifs. A minute nr ... later ,'e.se l.urket sent Mm home Itll a Itiirlr Thai was the only run made In 0110 ot the itnatei' nhts bete this season. The ,C0'" nsrns'.n iiitiaosr. n. In r n A. ' k la. r o i. f. ChlMi, Mb 11 1 1 3 0atiltaltr'n,1ti0 1 11 4 o Davis, ss I 1 2 - oiweicii. cr o o 1 0 1 tl fnnniir, r 0 1 II 3 O Shooh. s n 1- 3 ') linrleii, I f o 1 1 u o JVhisllerlstbO rilJ 11 1 Tebeau. 3d b I) 1 2 II OWi.n.l, 1 f .0 1 1 0 II Mr-sleer. c t tl 11 4 O tl I'Jckctl. 2.1 b o I 1 3 O Mriue, 1Mb 0 11 M o oiMiiiraw, r r.. 0 11 1 11 0 Iii.jle. r.r. .0 o 3 11 1 inintnn.p ....o 0 lounf, p . . 11 1 0 2 0 llealy, p JJ " Totals T-627itJ"ll Totals O 112716 1 Cleelan.l 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 O-l Baltimore . . o 0 O O O 0 O o 0-0 Famed ruu-t'lerelind. Three base hit Havls. Stolen bases-Tehran, Whistler. Left on ba.es-l'levelan.l, 1 : llaltunnre, n, Mruek nut by siinnsT, B: by Ilcalv, H Ris.s.ni hslls-lilt onnir. m 11IT Ileal). 4 Harri-li hit ouim First 011 error Baltimore, lilt by pitcher Mun.li. rime ir7. I'inpire-llurst. riillsnvLrnu.il; liliSTlllie. 4. IirMtiiiF, May nwlenritiitfs made an error loitay while cii'ennff second Hint cost Louia!llo the name. Ho should ban held Kltruerald's throw anil made a double t.lay, but he droppt.lt bo ball, and nfler that Ihe I'htlliei knoekeit out live tuns The Msiion made fun of their ten biia In that Innlni. Attendance, l.ous. Tbo srore nminrtriiu. touin!i .lirilr. k. la rn t r. Hamilton. I. r 1 2 .1 11 1 Brown, c.f... o 0200 Ihiiininin.rro 1 3 11 U l-ff iter. 24 b 1 2 o 2 1 Mailman J.l b 0 112 0 soirv.r f ...1 1 - n o I'nnnnr Istbo 1 u 0 l.liriiwnluir, I. r.l 2 2 0 0 Clements, e. '- 1 n t 1 1 lennlnrs. s 0 0 " 2 1 I'rns" 0 t. .1 OHO UiTaylnr. 1st b .0 .110 11 o Mulev. 3d b 0001 O Kuebne..'db 0 0 4 2 0 Allen, ...I 2 2 1 O.llrlm. c .. ..1 2 4 2 U bspel, B 12 0 4 0 1ltiKfiald.Ii O O 0 .) JO Totals.. . 7)1027 U 3 1 Totals 7lu24ll 2 1iulsillle . ... 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 1-4 Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 -fl Famed runs Philadelphia, ft: '.onlarllle. 2 I eft on naes-bonlavl!lp. 8. I'hlladelHila. 4 Hrjt base nil balls ort Utr-reral.l. 2, nn I'sp, r, I, Stnn-k nut Con nor. Brown (2), secry. Kiln i-ilii () llnnm rim 1 leinents. Three base lilt Allen Two nnse hit 4llen. Sa rlllo hits Clements. Taylor. Brown Jennlmts. Mill ie) llrnwuins. Vitrferal.t Molen basca-llaniilton. I'lpffer. Itrawiiltif Double play I'uehiie and Tajlor. I'nised ball-Clements I'mpire McCrnm. Tlinp.-I.fto. Ksmtern I.pMsnei. IT aKW ItsTRK. New llaron 0111010 4-H hyraiuse O O 4 O II 1 3 0-8 Base hits New Ita-en 12; Srraruse. 10. Frrors New llatn, 2; Sjrscuse, o. I'ltPhers lonrnler and Barr. AT rHOTIIiKKPR. Proti.lence 0 n 11 0 ft 1 1 o 0-7 Elmira.. ... ..10010 0 01 lll Basa hits Frovldenep. ft: Klmlra, 5 I'rrnrs Provi dence, 3, Klinlra, 2. Pitchers .startord and Frtcken. In other cities Halrrr Olher Oninesi. ronoitAM roLLrcc. 10; TKiMrr corLrcr. 1. The Trinity College team were badly beaten by the Pordhatu Coltese team at rordham esterda). The (.ore: g rORDIIAir. TltlMTr. it. la ro a. r. 11 li ro. A.r. Sweeney. Lr. 4 2 tl O o Malvey. 1 f.. u 11 O O 3 Ulan. s.s... 12 0 2 O I'alnp, r t 0 O 3 1 II larm).p,of2 .10 1 O llrnuul.t.ui e a.0 0 4 1) .'I Sullivan, i-.. .1 21A o 0 oralis, p.. 1 2 It 7 1 builth.r r.p.3 2 0 1 0 I'enro.a. .Id b 0 0 2 11 union. c r.r r I 1 0 0 0 L'li'rliiii'nJUbO o 3 ft 2 FereiHnn 2d b 3 3 12 o Iliibbard.lstbO O 11 1 1) MeCann. 3d hi 2 2 2 0 Mronir. r. f 0 0 0 u o M'farrty.lstb I 1 11 o OBome.p .... o 0020 Totals .. . 1918 27 7i 0 Totals 1 2 27 1710 Fordham 201 71061 2-in Trlnll) . .00110000101 Earned runs rordham, fl First base bv errors Fordham. ft Left on bases lor.thani 11, Trinity. 2. First h ise on balls tiff smith, 2, i.a Hjiwie. ft Mruel outltTan. smith onion (2i Ferguson (2) Mcranin.1i. Mabeyi2) Paine 3. Brollf lltnn J2) Graves Penrose (2), Chur.'liman (2). Ilubb ir.l ( 1) Bow fe (31 Three bu.e hit Huiltinti. Two l.a-ifl bits weenel. 2, Urates. 2. bairitlce bits SulUtnn. fanned). Penrose stolen bases Sweeney li). B)nn 3). Kutliran. Smith. I-erfU-on (4) McOann (2i. Mcl'aderty, ChurLluuaii lilt by tltcner MctlatTelt). Sweene). Wild pitches Bowie, 2: Smith. 1. Passed ball Graves. Umpires Mtrally and llamltn. Time I ft.. wiuiAas3; PAaTMorrn. 0. Williamstows. May it. Wttllama and Dartmouth met In a championship irame of baseball here to-day. It was one of the best fames a Williams nine ever piayed, notasinf'e error beinf mailn b) the borne team. It was a battle of pitchers ali.l despite II Connor's Justly won reputation. Iloillster rully outdid him. alto'iini Dartmouth but one safe hit. The game WIII railed un airount of rain In the list half of the elgblb Innliiir wltli one man out. Tin. store. Williams .... O O 3 0 O O O O 3 Dartmouth 0000000 0 O Haseknll Osmrs To-disr. rvATtnYAt irAnrr asn amfripay assocutios. Cblcafovs New York, at ChfcafO St 1.0111s vs. Brookbn, at St le.uls. rim liiuvtl vs Boston, at clnUnnatt. Louisville vs. Philadelphia, at laiisvllle. I lev eland vs Halllinore, at Cleveland Pltlsburfh vs. Washington, at Pittsburgh, ririira gampi Princeton vs. Harvard, at Trinceton. Fordham Cotlefe vi Cornell I ollrye at Fordham. Orange A. C. vs Trlnit) College, al ilrange. Kllzabelh A. c. vs Acmes at hlirabeth. Ironsides vs Harlem A A., at Itoseville. Amherst vs ale. at Amhnrst. Staten Island A. c. vs Manhattan A. C, at West New Brlfhlon Spartan vs So fin, at Rait New York, New Brunswlrk vs Butfers, at New Rrnnswlck. KliflPwon.l F. C vs Marctirys atKmrlewood Morrlstown vs Murray Hills al Morrlstown. Jefferson Athletics vs. Charter Oaks at Newark. North bide A. C. vs. Harlem ). M C. A., at Mott Haven . Nea.IerseyA C vs Wert Tnrt A. C .at Soroervllle, Wesleyan t'olleg e v s Lafayette College, at Laston. Yale Seniors v s aleJunlora at New Haven. Cuban iltants vs I'asafe A C.atl'assaic Amersfnrtts vs I ultuns, at Bn.oithn Alerts or relou Hall vs. Voting Men's C. I. A. of Fliea betb. at Bllr.al.elli. CentreilPeA C, vs Iroquois A. C . nt Bergen Point, Hnmners of Brook!) 11 vs. Kllrabeth Field Club, at TlrtKiklvn. Suburban A. C. vs. Msten Is'and Cricket Club, at Living-ton Seaboards vs Claremonts at Clareluont. Standards vs Meteors at Marlon Waivlcwivs Wlnnel.ls .It llreetiviilp tiritani Field Clubvs BeechtrSthank, and Benedict, at Huckeniack. Ilarvsril nn4!Irlareton Wilt Play Tn-dny. The first gun In the big roi:;e baseball battle will be fired at Print Ptnu to day, the contending forces being the wearers of the rriPlion and the orange ,ind black. The tlgerlles croucftiiig nt Princeton ready to spring upon tlio Invaders, nnd the indications aro that the claws of the former will rioet with tu.igli resistance Tho members of the Harvard ti tin urrived 111 New York last evening and put up at the Uln.lsnr Ili.tPl Thev wllltake the 11 oMoik train this morning for Princeton There fourteen playe-F, Including A Dickinson. I. A. rrollilliKham. B I unk lr. T II llnvev 11 I Palni. I'. V. Ilal.owell, J rnrbett, I a Highlands, r. Mason,"!!. Ba us .1. D Upton. I Wisgm r W.Cobb audi- I!. Soule In addition nre f. h Wlnslownftbe Harvard Advisor) 11a.. ball Committee, A I' Stone manager or the 11am, and I, I) llill.ireasurer. The bovi all look well, and are In Prst-t lass (ondllloii. Uise or win. It will be mi their merits There w as not a solitary Harvard rooter with tie team, li it It Is expected a dele, gallon will reach Prtiicium In time to yell for the crimson plarers. A despatch from Princeton states that sentiment there leans inward a Harvard .victory. However, sun. norteri nfthe orange and black w ill be out In forte, ac companled by their vnices The batting oMer of Ihe two teams will be as follows Ilarvard-Coo 31 b, Ma,o. p Hallowell c t.i Frntnlngham, 2.1 h, linvey, s. ; Dtrklnann, 1st b Cor-betl.r.f., Pain.. I f, Highlands or Bates p Princelon-hlng 2.1 b, nung. p; MrKinrle. I. f Ilains.it II. 3d b.. W light 1. f. Brooks, a a , Tret chartl orl'a)ne.r.f ; ilnil.1, 1st b: Brown.c sreiituaru Hopklu'."onf"ilirok'!;," fum ll'"1 u U"ton J """ To novern Ilaaebull In the A, A, V, The Baseball Committee of the Amateur Athletic Vnion, composidi.f James B, Sullivan, Neil Jersey A. C , Chairman, Fred Mearni, Doirolt A. c, and Howard Ferry. Columbia A I of Washington, have decided upon nowcondltii.tn under which this jtar'a rham nloiulilp Is In b pUj ,a rhainpltnislilis will be placed y '" Juy. nd August In Ihe nnal games between tbi iflsienf assncuin.nsthe managers of pacli learn hall toss lor t lime . i r tl,n opening games, nnd they areioionslstor live The ..tiler two. lr necessary may be pa) ml on the ground, of the lull losing aueli ttiM 111 all games nlj)l t,,riQ ,, ua0. l-stlon rl.aiii. plpnshlp the club; shall iv Hu n,e receipts and pay nil expenses In the llnal games betWeerVthe a.sti el a'. ituallr,Mn,e,,W'1'''''--'11 "--''' ,nu "' " " Allenirlesof Irains-jml lbs enlries will close on Mav2H with James I emllvau. 241 Broadway, New Jork-must be accompsnif j b) Ihe full names of all the members or the elul.s who are expetted to plav ball during Ilia season rtuch inrmlwrs, In been glble In registry, must be members of such 1 lub, and must not baie rwnpeied for an) "other A A b. Cub within three inoiitbs 11111 pr.te.iiug the entr) of their names A list of pi ivora shall be kept open bir tbe Inspei lion of Hie manager nr contain, or m her proper representatives of any ana nil learns entered ro,' Ihe championship. A banner will gnlo Ihe winner o( each series i;,, entries, instead of being ifto, li e bt en rt duced to jo. I'uaetuill Nntea. CanaaiiHir. May tl The Harvard freshmen beat Ihe ophoiunres to tlay by 13 to 10. Ihodr inge A.C have engagid W. S. Wvkolf. late of Ihe .-lallonal Lrague and Assurlalion, fo umpire all games 1.11 the Orange llval. WATsiritlir, JIjv ll K B. Nichols, manager of Ihe Cnlbe Unlversll) baseball leum w.u tiled )esterda) for an assault upon Hoy Jones, son of Aljv ur Junes llic trsllliltiuy showed that tile Jtillts boy got In,, frisk) on the ball grounds, md that Nithi.lt twisted his var The Court found Nichols guilty and lined lillu 2. He appealed, Ntn llAVkv.Vayil-Canl Murray of the Yale baseball le'iill and Hlght Fielder llllss ere both severely Injur.-. I in agume with Cnruill yrlerday urieriiooti Theian tatn's knee was luidl) wrtia'tit tl. and lie will have to give up training tor stueral weeks llllss threw his shoulder out la sliding to a base, and will also lie oil In retired list for soma lime, these moll are ihe best blt Itrs 011 the nam, and their loss will bt severely fell. SltSt-V-fewr ertjip--'-f.s8-srgS 'ttWWJit' ''.QStwS IIAMBLER IN A FLYING RACHL UK MATS nUIZMI AMI LKSTKn ATA utu:, cucii n-Ktoms, is Mt vv. Noond.y Ile.M lleer M by 1 lld-I.IN tie l-red Ilown- IVde.tHn llly t He ri.Honir-I-elln " he ,'"t ,-"'"r Mccral of the race run at tho North Iloreon track -ef-tordayworo huraralnu ents from Mart to finish, llambler. tecond choice iln tho tulle dash.nt catoh)elBhts.toolt he lead n the homestretch nnd wort by half ft lenat 1 from init-p-sn In tho err fast time of 1:41 i. l'olhatu. favorite In tho rnco for tho other $..00 purse, at a mile and nn elchtli. won .oajlly by throe loneths from Churclilll Clark In 1:WI V. 1 tho third race, nt Ilvo furloiiK. r.lttlo lrcd. Ilr.st choice, beat l'edestrlan handily by a '"Tho'o'r'enlnV'ilash, for throo-year-olds. was v- oi, by the' lav orRo, ll ,nrlnt!i;-nH,r?oTc1o,'0b,V0a ilimlnti bentlni: Lebanon, seeontl onoico. or a le ib hnn in lituf. Tlio ton f election. Xonnday. win1 1 10 Socoi id Vaco In a drh by 11 lead from IJeor I-odL-e. The lastiac was vvon by 0. 1'. U. byttlenKthfrombjottloii. hummary: THE IIBhT ItACF. ritrs400i for three year oldt. eelllnr: ilx and a K.WKl.r. c. IDaclnthe. by llindon-Howri AllnrlvVrid' " " i 1. Maltordsb p. kelturno, 10i(an Ivuren) 8 Kitty J. also ran. nettlnf-rive to on Hyacint he. fltnB against Leb-. iiiii. 10 to 1 Kelturnc Mutnalt paid .l IB. .i.30. 7.&0. THE SECOND RACK. rnrse 1400. ulllnf, three-quarters "f.m1.l1,?'I,.,r Badrn Stable s u. f. Noonday, aged, by hjrle Daly- Dawn. 120 (Martin)....... . ,-,j ...' ' ' .. M. Bandy's ph g. Ileer Lodfe, 11. 1 ! 'n," : CI Keflva b.. Klngatork.B. 12d(sherrat .... 3 Tioga, Basil buke, Aunt Jane, and fliackloclc also '"' Time. lilftH . . , , .. llottlng-Seven to 6 again; -Noonday. 4 1" inc'r Lotlge, K to 1 Mngttock. Motuals paid IB.20. 3. $4. TUK TTtinD 11ACE. Purse f 400: selling, (lvo fiiriotiga. ,. .ll Holler's li, p Little lrcd. 4, hy TympaBnm- Creeda. 104 (T Hynn) . E belgli s li ... I'odetlrian, .1, 108 "'V,-,m, ' ' i A. Thompson's rti p.Jlolallon, 4. '-W; UTJ?. . - Smuggler, Kriklna. I'aiiwa), and Canteen also ran. Time 1 01W Betting-Lien money Little Tretl. " ." 'Srt,K,iftl Pedestrian. 20 to 1 Rotation. Mutuall paid 4.03, f 2 Oft. $-' DO TIIF. FOUBTn KACE. Torse f-on: catch weights: one tnlte. .,,,. Hiigeue btlgb's b g Itaiubler. aged, by Bramble Halsv lloev, 78 (F. Leigh) . It. Bradley's br. c BUliell, 3 87 (Clay) . . f Vi. II. (toller sb. c Leatet. .1. .0 (H.Jonet) J time, 1.41m- ,.,,. Btttlng-Slv; to ft against Kimbler. 10 to 7 on Btltren. 12 tol agalnit Lester Mtiluals aald 14 20. 2.2, li lo. TUB FIFTH RACE. rurse ft00; selling: mile and a furlong. W. M. .Mctormiok'ab u Pelbaui, tl, by Leiaps-Ttepose, tl" w ! rinf'"rVi. Cliurclii'll'i'Iar'k; B." Pti'lT. ri'ynn) 2 It Bra.il..) '. eh r Frecier. 4, 12 (II. Jones) a I arly Dawn also ran. Time 1 fttt'. Bettlng-SKtor, afalnst l'elhain. n to r, Cliiirrlilll Clark, 7 to 1 Freezer. Mutnals paid $5. iO, ti U6 J 10 TKE SIXTH BACK. Purse f 400. selling, four and a half furlongs. Eugene l elgh'sch c O I". B . 3. by Hindoo-Mary B, 110 (Martin) J W II. Boilers eh.b. Objection, it 12ft (Hylinl . 2 II M Ikill s cli ti. oreg on it. 112 (Hortoui J Imporatrlte till), Josie Wells, and Jay Iju-El also ran. Time. 0:VI1 . , ., Beltlng-Flve to 2 against ti F. B . ,1 to 1 objection. 3, to 1 Oregon. Uuluals paid St.. 7ft. to .0. 3 DO To-day'a End-lea nt .orth Bersen. First nace-Purse $400: selling: seven furlongs Jus tlfe. us; Headlight. 107: Preltlwlt, 107. (lradiiale. 107: Little Jake. 100; Arclllleit. 1U. Benerlt. 10U; Louis It. 104. Marry Ireland. 101. 8ecnnd Hace Purse frtoo . maiden two-venr-clds, selling, hair a mile. Harlequin. 110. Carnallle. 110; Lorraine colt. 110 Anstrlana rllly, 10.1, Ninon colt. 102: Narkacolt. 10J. Athli-ne nily. 119 , ,. Third Bat o Purse Sftoo, handn ap, six and a half furlongs Toano, 120. Ilerango. lift! Lord llarr), 100, acabond. 1.4: Merry Duke. r)3. Fourth Race Pure ftO0: selling: one mile. Turk, ion; 51 Belle. 10a. Lady Fulslter. lot: Sir Ceorje II, 10S. Handstono, 100; tsweelbread. PI. Alma T. 84. Smuggler. 78. 4 Httb ltnco Purse $400; selling; Bve-elgbths of n mile Ballarat, 111: Bervltor. 110. Steve Jerome. US. Blanche. PS: Bob Arthur lift Irregul-vr, P4. eervla. s Filth Bat'e Purse $400, twenty pounds above scale, selling: eeven furlongs Longstridt', 131: Centaor. 1211, Philander. 11W: Picket, 117. .lamestowii. 1IH, Mtranger 1 HI. Brooklin, lo",. Faett 10ft, Lebatiou, 10ft, Maxim llll), 102, John Winkle, 110 Good Sport at Itenulnff. WARHrNOTON. May C--Hecontl-cholce horses evened up honors with first selections in to day's races at Iknnliiis, two events belmr carried off by each class, while in the Centlo men's race it was nip and tuck, so far as money wasconceinod. between tho winner. Can Can. and Ham Morno. Dnlsyrlan wasconcedod tho hent rnco from the outset, and In the first heat the liace was too much for Lone Maid and Necktie, both beinc dletancod. Money was plentiful on all the races, nnd talent nnd bookmakers claimed to be about even on the day's sport. There was a largo turnout of spectators, and the In field was well filled with carrinsos containing tho most conspicuous society folks at the na tional capital. A summnry of tho day s sport Is ns follows: First Ba"e Three year olds, upward, six and a half fnrlougs. Eric, lilt (Thompson) 2 to 1. won. 1 ynosure. 114 (bamteyl rt to ft, second . Mr Subs, Kal (I.lttleiteld). as to 1. third. Foreigner. 110, anl Wanderer II. also ran. Time. 1:22 Heeond Race Three ear olds; one mile and a six teenth, fit MarlC 110 iljtmtey). 2 to ft. won: 7-amnust. 110 (Thompson), IX to 1, second: Poverty HOtLitlle neld) 20 to 1, third; knlik Knack tiny, P8, also ran Time. I f.Ovf. Third Bure Handicap: beaten three ) ear olds; one mile My Fellow. 11,1 (Millen.24 to 1. won Margherlta. liill(W. Mldglev) 4 to ft, second. Count. 101 (Lanile)), 310 I, third. Pembroke. 101 also ran. Time, 1 44 Fonrlh Kaee Three-year olds anil upward: gentlemen rlderj; one mile. Can Can. le.2 (Maddux). 4 to ft, won. Maid of i-creen. 140 (Tanney) 10 lo 1, ascend Fam Morse, 107 (Shields). 7 to ft. third Beturn. 172 (fia portas), nnd Leesburg. 147 (Milburn). also ran. Time, 1 no. Fifth rtace-Three-year olds and upward. Iieati of nve furlongs Dalsynan, lift, (Lanile)), 3 toftan.l 3 ro 10 won both heats Kiln. 100 (Mldgeley). 12 In 1 and 7 to 1, second In both llemet. ll)r (Kitchen), 21$ to I and 6 to 1. third Boti Garrett, 10. Necktie, 07, and I.ong Maid, 8ft also ran Time 1:02. I 02. I'ollowinc aro tho entries for to-morrow's races: First Race Two-) ear-oldt; flre-elghtlis of a mile Cblaweli. Jiinmle bainley. Iieariiuartf. 108 each, strap, .May V . Sweet Alice. 10" each hecond Race Ono mile selling. Erie, 131; Lithberr, 112, Hard) Fox, Oleiiroller Mr. Sass. 101 each, Bil brlgan. tHl; Dr Wilcox, 87; Mabel It 1'otnerov. 7it. lltlrd Race Hauriiiap. one and one quarter miles Frontenac. 11.1. Lirchmont. 112. OenrgeW. 110. Mr Felpiw, ion, Bolern, 107; ( an Can. 102 Fourth Rucp Beaten horses) three-fnurtbs of n mite. Fagot, 110 pounds 7amnost, 10',. Laughing Water, 111,, Not Guilty, 104. Thorndale, nu; Feinbroke, 100, llarr T.. I'll. Hardy log, tl7,liol Demonio, lal, Na tali.. S , HI Hfth Rate Handicap steeplechase Futurity. Irtft pounds. D.-laware. 1411- Wevimorelan.l 14, Slon. wall 140. Sam Morse, 1H7, I'lphln, 1.1ft; lluliruili. IJ.'. Bindlgo. 1211. , t Mxili Rate Steeplechase, short course, gentlemen rllers Trump Arvb. .Nnieher. Alllvme, lftu pounds cavh; Fo'lyT, 14ft. Uapt. Manning, lun. RiielnK sit rit, l.nuls. St. Louis. May 0. Tho favoritos ohco more fell by the waysldo at the 8t. Louis fair (rounds track to-day. Mnsterson, who rode Nancy Hakes so badly In tho third race to-day, was warned by Judge Carter to not attempt to ride her hero asaln. Enterprise, the favorite, won the opening race, tho drat half of the split flvoand a hnlr furlontr dash. Maud Ii. was second, and Coro net third. Time. 1:14. The second race, at four furlongs, with six maiden two-yoar-old startorp. proved a (lift for tho 5 to '2 favorite. Bismarck. Jack Mul ling was second, n neek in front of Johnny Campboll. . . Nancy Hakes was the favorlto ovor tho othor threo starters in tho sivfurlone selllnc ptirso, but sho was poorly ridden by thostal.lo boy Mneterson, olther 11 knave or tho pnorot o cuse for n jockoy noon In a loni; time, and ns n result sho was barllyhenton. Tlio 5 to chance Dakvlcwwon easily, with Invercauld second, ami I'at Kind third. .Time. 1 :!. , Orderly was favorlto over tho others in tho slv-niid-a-half-furlone purse, but he wan last, while tho 4 tol shot 0, Jt. rtnlltncton. W). nl lototl by Cottrell, won oaslly by two lonnths from thn second fnvorlto, Leonard, who beat then to I ehant'o Danton. 'lime. 1:H0. The second half f the split (lvo anil one half Iurloni( soIIIiik purse wns won by Clifton, wltli'lllnek Knlulit second, Crab Cider third. Time. Itl-JV. The clnsliiKraco nt sovenond a half furloncs went to Hoodlum, with Zooleln second nnd Kenwood third. Now Castle, the favorlto, was next to last. Time. 1 :4UJ'. Til TAIuntrH nt JVstskvllle. NAsiiritig, May fl The weather was clondy and warm tteday, but the attendance was up to tbe usual standard and the Ave races furnished fair sport. The drst race was a selling purio a' eleven sixteenths ota mile, aid twelve horses started. Option was the favorite, but Bret llartp, at 20 to 1, wuubyhalfa length with Billy smith second, and Fdwln Hilr.l Time, 1 11 The second race wits at seven ami a half furlongs, ami Bui 1 ulis at ii 10 1 won h a neck from deorge K , wim was three Kngths berore the favorite. Drey House Time. 1.,'lH rite 1 bird race was a spin cf rtv" furlnugi for two. yearolds. Ihe neaper.llil with R. illluius up. was the favorite at 11 to ft. nnd be won easily b) half a length irtun Utrwyn. with Interior two lengths off. Time. 1 n.'!4 A bandit ap at one mile came fourth nn the card, and SprlnguHii), US, It. Williams. a3 lo ft lavnrlla, won eusily bv a luligth from Bob lllce, Jr., with a K. a poor thlrtf. Time. I 43), The nrtli race was at live furlougs, and Maggie Lebut won by u length, but she was disqualified for a foul, and Hie race given to Long Uroeck, at 4 tu 1, will. Abandon second, and Arthur Murray third. Time, 1 .0-'tQ rinlld am Hock. The inaciililptal-nuillied of the, I'rnnnlrsnla Rail rnad remit rs It tin most comfortable and vlcautu rvad i me laud -Ajtt 1 aOSHIP FROX TtIK JIACK THACKS. t ood Work 'Y'terdir Morning: by Knee. Innri, Loaixtrceli nnd Other. It was n lovely mornlnc at tho rnco tracks yesterday and nearly all tho hnndlcap candi dates wore sont alone at a brisk pace, a sort of a romlndor of what Is to como next Weok whon thoy will bu asked tho final auostlon boforo urolncto the post for tho $U3.000 Brooklyn Handicap. Tho beit Work yesterday wai that of ltneo lnmlat tlieGrnvcsond track, tho old coldlns running a mile nnd a quarter In 'J:i:i', of which the first mllo wns timed in l:45i and tho mllo nnd a furlonc In 1:SH. Old Bonon could hayo gone faster. Longstrcot was a trldo ucly and had to bo humored boforo Iio would break away. Whon ho finally did start it was not at a rnclnc clip, tho first furlong be I nn run in ID'S seconds. Then tho mluhty eon of Longfellow w.inned to his work and ran tho next iiunrtor in 125 seconds. Around the lowrr turn ho kept ud the hot clip, and tho tune for tho mllo was 1:44 li. ory fast, considering tho fact that 15's seconds woro oonsumod In run ning the first furlonic. Tho tlmo for tho mile nnd a furlong was, l-SB'j, nnd then tho boy eased hi in up, tho tlmo fur tho mllo and a quarter being1 2:14sl. Ho nulled up ns sound as a trivet. Itnnn.net surprised tho onlookers by refusing to break, ns ho has usually beon nn easy horse to work. Llko Lonustreot, the early part of his trial was slow, but coming around tho turn and up the backstretcli he put his bost foot forward and worked a mile nnd miiiurtor In '-'iKI'i. the (list mllo In 1:411. rortchftstor could run very fust, going tho first three-quarters in 1:1 7. and tho mile In l:4ilf. The brother to Fordham looks well, and takes no liberties with Cotton, who hail the mount yesterday, with a lighter boy up tho colt Is- all play and no work. Heelurn's work wns a mile and a furlong In U.U'JS. tho mllo lu 1:4HS. Tho brown beauty moved llko ft pieco of machinery. Tlio brothor to Kgmont and tho brother to Longstreet. both three-yenr-olds. wero sent along, nnd the former can run some, as he went tho llrst half mllo in All", seconds, tho three-quartorsin 1:174. and tlio mllo In 1:48',. Long Bock wasn't within gunshot ot him nt tho finish. .1. M Jeffcott'a Hamilton went an easy mllo In 1 :fj-i. Oreon 17. Jlortls wont over to Sheeps head Hay with his string and gavo them good, useful work, tho slashing Judge Morrow going a mile and a quarter In 2:15. the llrst mile In l:4.r. The Jutlco will get it red-hot nbout next Tuesday. Cerberus rated a nico mile In 1:45, and Leila boat the useful Tom Tough the sumo distunco in l:48,li. VOSIKS TO RACE IO-DAT. Society Will Turnout nt Ilemuatend Heath This. Afternoon. Tho spring mooting of tho Hompstcnd Farm Itaclng Association will bo hold tindor the rules of tho American 1'ony Basing Associa tion at Hempstead this afternoon, commenc ing atU o'clock, and a spoclnl train leaving Long Island City at 1 o'clock will carry tho guests to Hompstcad Hoath. All tho crack gentlemen riders will sport silk, and it will bo worth the journey to soo Messrs. Koono. Ker nochan, Morris, nnd others ride. Admlbsion to tho course will bo froe. The stnwntds of the meeting aro Thomas H. Terry. A. V. Lewis, C. L. Thorp. Thomas Hitchcock. Jr., Arthur Hunter, Aithur Whito. J. C. (iroome. E. A. Duck. L. V. Hell. Jenkins Van Rchaick. J. It. Wood. Theo. W. Myers. K. I). Winthrop. a II. Hono. A. II. Turdy. B. D. lllpley, C. 1'. Ilnvemoyor, H. K. VIngut. and W. M. Tro-it Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.. will bo stnrter. and J. It. Wood clerk of tho course. Tho following Is tho programme for to-day: First P.s. e Introductory srrauible A sweep, take, at $10 1 uch p. p. added to a cup, for horses and ponies not t-p. edlng 14 hands J Inphes, property of and to be ridden by a member or the A. P. B. A : 300 yards straight a wa). on the flat. Chieftain . 163TheCrow l.'lft Bi'ovl. .lr .. Ift.1 Buckshot Id'.i Ln Irona . . 14t) Sienn.l Rare Handicap sweepstskesal SlOoach. p. p. added to a vup. ftOper cent, of ttakel to second: for ponies not exceeding 14 bands llucn; half a mile, on the llat. Trump 140Champa. lftO Third Mace Handicap sweeptlaVes at $10 ench. p p , added 1.1 a cup, ftt. per lent, of stakes 10 seponil. for horses inn! pumps not exceeding 14 bauds 2 Inches. flve-ug lithsof a mile, on the tlat, Pocahontas l'oijosephlne 11 140 Btloxi. Jr 140 Fourth Itace Handicap sweepstakes at $10 each, p E, a Ided toacup; fttl per cent of stakes to second, for orst s and punies not exceeding 1ft hands. thrie quar ters of a mile, on tbe nat. Tocahontas .. Ift2 Planetoid 142 Carteret , Iftftl I if th Race Handicap sweepstakes at $10 each, p p . ad led to a cap, &0 per cent, of slakes to sevond, for ponies not exceeding 11 hands 1 inch, one iiuarter mile, on tho flat. Trump. .. .. 14ichampa Iflo The Crnw KUI'ljlTrolll . 141 Bucksliot . l.'.3Mnlly O . 142 Sixth Race Meadoa-bruok Cup Steeplerbase; $ln pitch, play or pay; fto per tent, of stakes to second; annut four miles. Shipmate .lllftThe Siren inn Anollo . . leT.lr.herrn'1 lr. Kismet 1 lift Meadow Lark . .16'. Seventh Raee llandltap sweepstakes at $10 each, plav or pa), added to a tup, fttl per ttttt, of stakes to seeontl, for horses and ponies not ppi e.llng 14 hands a inches, one uille ami a tiunrtvr, over six hurdles. Roulette . 1ft'-' It.sephine II .137 Ulna 147 Eighth ttnee-Hunt Cup Steeplechase; usual ctind' tions, about four miles. The Heeler 14-.Brnnetl T. 14S LornaUoone MSlDlxlo 145 T.A rr.r.ciiK HJ.VS THE aVISEAS. Bntron II Irsic-h' IlAiiffliter of Nf. rslmon Anc reritt at Sm mtsrket. lyONnox, Maytl. Thosun shono brightly nt Newmnrket to-day when Unron Hlrsch's La Flechewon the Thousand Cliilne.ts. Thoerowd. howevor. was not as large as usual, and tho poisoning of Ormo absorbed almost ns much discussion ns tho question ot tho results of tho races. The stnrt for the Oulnons was superb. Aftor about n furlong. Adoration, Mr. tl, Mllnor's chestnut (Illy, began to draw away from tho others, but La 1'leeho nnd Tho Hmow, the Duko of Portland's hay (Illy, over hauled hor on tho homestretch, ami for a short timo ran neck nnd neck, tho utmost enthusiasm prevailing. Ln I'lecho forged nlimid antl won ousllv by a length. Tho, Smew beating Adoration three-quarters of alength foi'tlitiplaco. Time. 1 - 4-5. Tho Thousand (lulneas Is for three-year-old fillies, tho owner of the second lllly receiving Jbtl sovereigns out of ihe stakes, nnd tho third saving Ills stake. I,.i I loehe is by St. Simon, out of Oulver, and in 18!U she won tho Ches terfield Htnkes o( f.77iifortwo.yi.nr-old: nlso the Lavant Makes at Goodwood or jtHllfi, and the Nassau Htakostif tiau. and was also win- er In tho Champagne htakes of fl.'JOU at oncaster. 0,04)0 for the PolKonrra) erorme, London, May (l-Tho Duke of Westminster has Increased to 10,(HIO his offer of reward for the apprelmnslon of tho pnrtlos Implicated In the conspiracy to judson Ormo. Ho Is more than nwr convinced that the horso wns pel sonetl, and such Is the general opinion ot tho leading horse owiiots. Apart from any nlli'sed Insiirnnoo of Ormo. It is known that ennrmouMinis have already been won that were bet Pi his appearance In the Two Thousand Oulnons. besides the othor amounts staked rui his position In tho Derby. It Is whispered that suspicion points very high in aecrtam direction. loe Muiptiy Win" ll'" I'epper- Htnkes, f.niM.tov, May 0 The principal race was the rtpper Stake for two )oar-oll 1 fits at four and r half furlongs Joe Murphy and liarelie belonging to FA Corrlgan, wereruupled AtOmf, against Itosljll. nlsti going nt ll toft, took Ihe lead at the last furlong Joe Murphy wis beld back In third place until the run In, w lien Overton gaveblmn little shaking up. and lie drew away sud won. pulled up three lenglhs from Ittislyn, Ingomar third limr. ir7 ...... This makes two stakes Joe Murpli) hat won this week. Tie nrst rare, sailing, at six furlongs, was won by Bcitnu, afttnii on fanirite by a neck; Salvat ouier und, U.ckport third, nine I In The teiond rape was detlired off on acoount of Vnadllla being scratched. Ihefourllirace a tree handicap at a mile and 100 yards, was won b) the ft In 4 on favorite Bob I. I. y a ntpk; ihe Kaiser second, and Atirakbau third, Time, l-,'.ou 1 If ill race, half mile for two ) ear old nilleswat won by Far K at H 10 I by three lengths. Our Krtnkle set owl, Robert A. third -Time. 11 ftlK The sixth raie, a seillni: purse at six furlongs, was wim by the lento uue otiUldrr, Misette, In a driving fii.ltli, lapped by Oltle tileun trriind, Iriaua third. Time, Ml. Tbr 'sVlnnera ul Olonoeater. Owim-rusn, May fl Flnt Kace Seven-eightht of a mile, rros llrst. Slumber second, llalllmoro third. Time. 1 3V HI Second hare six and a nuarlar furlongs. Knapp (In 1 Double Cross second. Arthur Davis third. Time, 1 :221 Third Race beven eighths or a tnlle. Hover first, Favorite terond Klngsulimon third Tims. 1:3. t)t l-ourth Itace One uille Klcbai ilrtt, parting terond, Sauiarltau third. Time, I 4i't Httb Itacr Four nd a halt furlongs Silence flnt, Harry Milert second, Ida Belle third. Time. 0 oUtf. slxili Rare Tlirt e quarters of a tnlle, Leo Krlsel firm, inciter teuond, Nuntelin third. Time, 1,21't. Bassball Harvard vs. I'rlncetiin at Princeton, N. .1., Saturday, Mar 7. al 3 P. )l ppfti.d. Itslu leaves Corf l.in.ltst. at 1 V. M. Ilturu Irip, lucluding admlstiuu, tU.00.-- AU(. m. j CHEERED ON BT PltETTT GIRLS. Clever Fletd Performance by Hchoolboye Tcntardny, The teconrl annnal $ amci ot tbe Cutler School Ath letic Association were held nn Manhattan Field yester day afternoon. The majority of tbe tpectators were Murray 1 1 111 tchoolglrlt, who wo-e great bunches ot red carnations, emblematical nt the Cutler color at wttl at love for Ib young athletes. The eventi weie run off very quickly, and were better managed than school garnet usually are. Four school record! were broken the 100-yard dash, for laijs under 1.',: half milt run, for boji under Id; one mile bicycle race, and 220 yard dasli. The aurpuie. ot tbe day was In Ihe tafely blcyole race, when T J. Byrne of I)e La Salle Institute won from Hall of Harvard, the lnter eholattle champion. II. L. Pattenon't running In the open 100-yard raee was. another feature, ratteraon ballt lrora the Wilton and Kellogg achool.and 11 a son nf Jndge Henry l'atteraon. The open evenn resulted at follows 1 uuebundred-rard Dash-Flnt beat, won by .(. B. Smnll. Harvard: CM. Hillings, Allen, second. Time, 11 seconds, second heat, won by II. tl. Chutaln. Har vard. I. meln. sachs. tecond. Time, il 2-0 seconds. Third heat, won by 11. K Patterson Wilton and kcllnggi w 8 Cameron, Tutor, second. Time, 11 seconds. Mnal beat, won by -II. L. Patterson, J II smut! tecond, Time, 10 a ft seconds Four hundred anil forty yard Hun-Won -by II, tl. Chataln. Harvard. ,1. C, McCall Harvard, second: A. 11. behalf, llalsey, third Time, fir! seconds One-mils Safety lllcjcle Race-First heat, won by .1. W. Hall, Harvard; A N. I'eck. Wilson and Kellogg, sec nnd: 11. Rowland, llaliej. third. Time, 2 minutes ftB 3-ft seconds second heat, won by T. J. Byrne, be Ln Salle Institute. II. Chubb, Tutor, tecond, II Moss lnan. Tutor, third. Time. 2 minutes fter.' ft seconds Final heat, won byTl.i nvrne; J. . Hall second: 11. Mnstman third. Time 2 minute fts seconds Tbe events open to members ot Cutler School only were ae follows1 Ooe-bundredyardliash-Won by II. U Williams: .1. V. roll, second; T M. Adams, third. Time, 11 1-5 sec onds. one-hundred yerrt Hash, for boya under ftrteen ears Won by,l. pall, w.s Ci.mn. tecond: II. 'an Wagenen, third Time, 12 seconds Putting theTwelve pouudShot Won bv J. M Polk, (11 feet 4 inches: W, I', iin'iblns. seeontl, 32 feet 11 Inches; 0. M.Clark, third. ,1.' feel ,1H inches Hatr-tullo Bun. for tioys under sixteen j ears Won by n 11. Ktnnlciitt: 1. L. iiillespie, second, K. Pealls, third. Time, 2ttlluiitea 17 second llunnlngHlgh.Ilup Hon by . I. M. Polk. 4 feet ll' Inches: c. M Clark, second. 4 feet loio inches-. one mllo Hlcvcle Ibiee Won b .1. A. Powelif w. Fear ing. Jr. second; T. Urookfleld, third. Time. Omtnutea U sepontls. Half mile Rtm-Wnn by A. I". Dennis: f). J. B. Dnplg nac, second. Time. 2 minutes 2ftU tecoads Two-hnndred and twenty yard. Dash Won by 11. L. Williams. T .M Adams second; I). J. B. Duplgnac, third. Time, 24 2 ft tecontls. Running Hrond Jump-Won by C. M. Clark, lH feet Ilk (nines; J M. Folk, seennd. 18 feet 4 inenciiJI. L. Williams, third. 17 feet Hlncbee. ' One-hundred and twentv-vard Hurdle Raee First heat won by . I Poll; II. u. Mortimer, second Time. 2) seconds. Second heat won by J. M. Folk. Time. 20 1 ft secon.li. Himl beat won by I'olk; I'ell, second Tine, 18 4 ft seconds tour-hundred and forty-yard Rnn Won hy Howard I Brokaw: 11. Williams, second; J. M. Folk, third. Time, I G7 1 0 seconds. I TI1U3I WISS TWO MORE SERIES. Numerous nick Hcorea Rolled In The Hnn Tournament Isat Blight. ' Althongh Holden rolled up high scores in last nlght'a games of Tup (jus Individual championship tournament he nevertheless wasdefeated In both series. The acoret: rinsT irkiis riavr msr. Jt'lden 20 SH 4 M nr, 124 142 lft2 171 Winter 80 ii 78 Il7 IIS 125 144 1114 184 204 strlkcs-liolden, 4: Winter. 4. Spares Holden. 8: V Inter, ft. srrnvn gase. Ifoldtll 19 3d 4fi On Kl 101 123 143 1B3 18.1 Winter.. ....20 81. 41) eti 98 117 127 US lft,i 173 strikes Holden, 3; Winter, 4 Spares Holden. 8: Wluter, 3. ... THIRD '.4r. Holden BO r.8 78 07 112 130 140 lo9 19 170 Winter . ,18 28 38 5ft (15 UJ 113 Ut 141 1C1I Strlkes-llolden. 4; Winter. 2. tpart-IIolden. 3: Winter, 4. ropBTn CAgr, llalden 18 38 51 M 81 101 11 12B 14 lfln Winter 10 28 4ft ftft 83 101 110 140 lllu 188 Rtrlket-Holden, 2; Winter, ft. Spares Holden, I): W Inter. 2. !-. riFTH GAME. "otden 1 211 47 74 74 04 114 133 162 100 Winter 20 80 ft(t 84 lu:i lis 13.1 ir,2 ltm 17a Strikes-Holden, 2; Winter, 4. sparet-llolden, S: Winter, 4 ' bkcovd sriiisa hrvt riAnr. Thnm 20 311 ftit nn 8R 10i 133 lft3 173 IPS Holden. 10 2 41. flu 87 100 120 14ft lftft 175 Strikes Thum. 4. Holden. 2. Spares Tbum. B. Holden, ti. srrnin oAgr. Thum . . in 28 ftH 811 10H 123 133 152 MS 187 Holden It. 28 .18 48 08 SO 1 10 130 lft 17B Strikes Thum, 4, Holden, 3. Sparca Thum. 4; Hol den, 4. ninth cavk. Thum 30 r,3 71 Hi 122 142 11 ISO lpfl 2ln Holden . 10 38 ftS 77 7 118 127 lftr, 175 1113 Strikes Thum. G; Holden. 6. sparet Thum. 0; Hol den, 3 Tiilsn srme- riast cavk Winter..., 19 2 4P fl 88 108 130 154 1IH 182 Thum 19 38 S8 87 107 12" 144 1114 184 204 strikei Winter, 4; Thum. 3. Spares Winter. 4: Tbum. 7. srcnYD UAMK. Winter 19 37 40 R3 82 101 121 141 lfll 190 Thum 17 27 47 til) 88 10(1 128 148 10 ll.t) SI rlket Winter. 4; Tbum, 2. Spares Winter, 6, Thum, 7. Tiimn OAMc. Winter 20 40 IIO 77 87 10S 12J 132 141 lelO Thorn ..' 1H 2I 4 79 107 127 147 lt)7 188 208 Strikes Winter, 2; Tbum, 4. Sparet Winter, C; Thum. 5. Plenty of Croquet br the Union Club. Tlie game nf croquet promises to become a more popular pastime than ever this teaaon. The Union Cro quet Club nf Central Fark met yesterday, and there was quite an enthusiastic feeling over the outlook. Not withstanding th club's prosperous condition, they have docldedto iucrease the initiation fee, as welf as the annnal dues. Tbe club have a private ground, on whkh there is room for but one st. The member bare been playing regniarly tince Watblngton's Birth day, and they will probably be in line fettle for th fourth annual tprlng tournament, which will be held on the lower croquet lawn at the Park oil Monday after noon. June 0 Instead of handicap tournaments, as formerly, the member will be classed In division The champion player of tbe club, Lucien W, hullam. bat been playing a ttrong gam lately. If be displays the ame sltlll and strength in the coming tournament he should capture the championship and first prize. Two of his strongest opponents last vear. Dr. J. A. Smith and W lllet M Height, will not play this spring Mr.rullain however, will have to play sin h experts as Charley O'Connor, one ot the crack football players of th Manhattan Athletic flub; Taylor, Lowder. Lnven dal, Vi clsh, and others, and be will have to play well to win. A number nf the Ir.dy players, who rank In tbe first plafs, are anxlout to become members of the Union Club There wna some discussion regarding the mutter at yesterday meeting, but the President decided not to lake any acllon until the next meeting. The croquet lawn in the Fark was thrown openves terdsy for the season. The grass na been nicely cut and rulled, and It In nne condition. THE DULY SPIRIT, Devoted to XARING. THOTTINO, BASBHAI.T.. HI. CYCLING, IAUHTIJvO, FIHIIING, BOWLING, niLI.IARDt), TRAl'H AMI TARETHIJUUTIN, FOOTBALL, ttl.W. 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It is SUPERIOR, because a dosa of tho samo measure may bo relied upon to always produco tho snmo effect. It is SUPERIOR in combination, SUPERIOR in proportion, SUPERIOR in appcaranco, and SUPERIOR in all that Boes to strengthen and build up tho systom, weakened by disease and pain. It purifies, enrichos, and vitalizes tho blood: it cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Humors, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Diseases. If you need a blood MEDICINE be sure to ask for Ayer's Snrsaparilla. It has cured others, and will cure you. Read tho following testimonials: "Ajci'sSaMiiiKiilllalsaSiiiicrlorMrillrlne "Sevci.il tais np,o, I jnc-icrllicd A)cr' nntl we roiillilciilly tpcomnii-nil It. Hi In- R.irsnp.-irlll.'i for a little girl, four jcaisoltl gicdlctits aro nmoiig tlio l.cstlilootl purllloii (member of a prominent family of this laiovviitopluimat'j', ami aionl-itilutrly free county 1, win. was adllcteil Willi scrofula, from any Injmlotn -Img. It Is l.iiRily pic- After only llin-o or four Lotties, were used, fcrrcrl by my ciutnnieis to any -tlmllai piep- tiro tll-rnso was r-ntlri'ly eradicated, and sbs arallun." Osmund I,. Field, luo Mcriimaik now en, 15 s excellent licalth." J. W. Bos- St., I.oncll, Mass. wtnlli, M. I)., I'lillllpl, V. Va. "After yeais of experience as a druggist. 'Tor two -cars past I liave prescribed during wliich time I liavo sent, li.mdleil, and A.vei's Sjisapullla in numerous Instances, heard of blood-puilfleis almost without mini- ami Und It highly cfllcaclous In tlio (reau ber, I cm say that, for genuine mci It, Ajci's inentof all dlsuldcrs of the tilood, It sells Sarsaparllla Is without .1 iival."-(lcorge well In my stoie."-n. It.lloyle, M. D., Third Llunett, 43 Sher111.u1 ac., New.nl;, N. J. and Oxfoid sis., Philadelphia, Fa. AYELrt'S Sarsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Ajer & Oo,, Lowell, Mass. Has Cured Others, Will Cure You Great Bargains in Parlor Suits. $42.00; Reduced from $65.0,0, For this elegant suit. Best upholstery and covered il fine Wilton Rugs and Silk Plush trim. BROOKLYN FURNITURE GO., 553 to 571 Fulton St., MKOOKLYN, N. Y. - Good Xeu lor Flaliernien. Three, wealtnsri, th first of tha season taken In Neve York waters, wero captured ) estertlaj' mornlnc In th fete nets or Albert I't.l'lon nf JtrTord. Maten Islan 1. ami presented to Jutlge Collmt of the f.re-it hills 1 v pert fliherinen exomlnetl the tlsh ami expressc.l sntlj lactlon In reitnnl tnll.elr sl ami cumlUum Anon! Inir to the learneil in litis antl sralt s v li, 11 the rlr-.t tprlnir tiali are lame thn rneiinir iisiilmrseasm. nlji" poor, antl hen thei are sinivll it will he i-iili titlltl rli weight of ve.tenlarsevl.leiit'e nil tul.1 t' its rtm til sis; pounds but more, vrltne.hes must ho heard from belt.ra the Judge can give his decision. OiltU nnd tenuis ofSporta. rapt Hollo has cloud the llnhoVni linn lhallfn rt. "Villi proper manairt men t the court lioul.l have btet.itiB both popular and profitable. O. It. M. Abeaser of the Tlllrlr rneon.l Ceflnien' li-is received throuvh the t'l.ltmil an.! Iiikp. t..r nf llnl I'ractlre. a hiin.Utime illamnii 1 int.Ial intt-. it fl -n, for makliiK ihe hlnliest uifureKitt n..r. attlielre I monr.ralises tlurlllK 1SIII. M-rmatit-V ijiu Ma'i a is only tnojiniiitslieliinil Abtsu r, and tir.ler j -erieuit Laiifrstlorf was a cloe third Miss Annie flakl-v. the fennle rlnuipi .n ri"' ""! pnreon shut beat ileo-ee I'll ipiniin itittitiuui ttv rv hire, on April JJ atth-, ltath.-ll t. m ' ' umiin I-. I.eel. hiiir'anit. Lat'lt sln.l lit t nn I w Mile r l J4 antl .Tivnrl.i Ise, Wl ),irl'lniitilirr Inrks'ilr i.im I'luli rules, the Run belnir held lieiovr tie t.bon Miss Oaltle) vv on hy a score of 1 1 to IK The Frle Athletic Association villi Mt their Inltl-il run this ienln- The autl ilim. i t ui.ini.se.1 i nn clpnllv of emplnjees ot n.e ten. i ii lilt t t r in Erie l stem Anionu tlie stnrtr. "ill b. Villiam I'.I.ietil.ll C, loster, r, Y III uliittir, I - l l .1 .e n r. Spindler, I. JHIdiretovMi It I 'er Ihe fours wlllbaahtiul flr miles lieirtniiliiir nt th" turner of Klihtli areiuie and Hfli-niuth s'left. 'hen l.;n nftr-nlnth street, east to Fifth itvii ." .north In limn .treit, vve.t throuirh llotli unet to li.-'nh avenue, and south throimli I lBhllinrenui to starHiiK point Asavane litht round Klove fl;ht was .lerl.led nenr Bath lleaeli on Tlmrslnv niitlit, Tli I r nclpi's vvera 1-a.l.lTBurka.if Jt rsey fit) iin.l Jim I mid. n of Imr Itldlte. Ilurka vsaa H rusher. I ill l-.iltl'll hill he sclent e. 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I i.' 'i.'.( i"0" ., reducei i V llll I....I!!".'. -""1 .. 1S,rluclu Hull Ilnirltil's M .iv". Jlesvt Jro-. rorilogn atrel tlllilllK. 1,1 It, .III '. MAIHim IN TRANSvror.TAT! i,. AiavTHi ii ri:iin:cT, 3 & -TmbVICTORT, 0 4 "y7b Makes the Vtc. kk. KHfcJi!hf Er r'Pr OT SPALUINO & I1K05. T B j--r nl 241 Uroatlway, k KWV.,KH AT AI't'TIO1. trNTiitv, mn'MiiiA. si'.w, irroit ri -i ll!M IMIIH. WINM'.IO. OWI'M' HsIA"'";,? Ji I lli-v III Mlli:i,r t'ltfM'l-AT" LrMICLN AM'-1 s j I'.Nf.l MATIf AM) I LMIUIV fllllJ;. ....... BAIU'KDA., MAY 7, U sll'UKAV riT, 1! NUU-".