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? 4A "' 4 -THE Stlti, TUESDAY, DECEMBER: 13, 1392. .. - J OT(TsiIOTS ON THE HILLTOP. f, Ttimnk i, winner at so to i, foz- XM t LOWED 11Y OTItKIl OUTSIDERS. abb 'i .IK ) Knrly Blossom Httmstlie. Tide In the rourth H I Itneealntirlrn 1'rnvra n Htnyer Onr .. the llnrulea-Mltia lies Win by n Head. M liackersoffnvorltesweroprelty weltknocked III out In the first three races ntOuttenburg yes- j torday.' They played Monsoon, llolle 1).. nnd II i Ilollvarlntho order naraod to win tin first II ruoo. butThlors I., a fit) to 1 eliot. prossod to II t tho front In tho last furlong, and. in a sworv- III ' inc drive, won tho purso by a length. Hello D. ' II V boating Uollvar a lcntli tor second plnco. II Vespasian. 11 hot odds on fnvorilo In tho eeo- II onrt race, was bou'on In n whipping finish by II i Dolitni, n 10 In 1 r.hol. (irlllln BuntMormont. HI nl'j to 1 chance, nut from tho stnrt In the III ' third race, and won eajlly Itoin Jamestown. ill f outsider ill Mi I" 1. Doth horsos wore sold 111 in tlin fli'lil. Tim tide turned In the fourth ill race, l-'urlv lllossom.nl 4 to 1 on. winning III tho purse liv ii iiki I:. I.utny boating llnniatillu ill tho sume d.el.inco lor second place, rhohnnd- I imp hurdle nice. ft1 n mllo nud n hnlf, fell to In I aiiinileo. n cmse second choice, ht I.uke, the llll liivnrltr, unuor thu wnlp, boating Ecarto for 111 I tho phlec. Mls llcss. Ml' choice In the last l nine, won In u hustling llnisli hyu head, Oniy S Hock gating stcwiJ money by a neck from 1111 Miotoui. Ill I rtusr liter. 1k I'iims J-l'xv, fot V atcn In rses; selling; five ftirlonks. llll (hv.spcoto Mlii li. i'. 'llucls I. ,3. Macilull IIM I rsncei.., lloii.'.eiico) . 1 11 r. ii rMui. ii. ! n. ii, iiii ii. KiyiiiD 3 111 J.MIialen'ai li. ' 1.". 1 1 in,.. 107 (I! Jon..) H Isll l.ameu.U.i, Itt.rubr. I'-iiihanille, Mon.oon, Mart, If 1 1 Funk I.. I'riiic Hi.oiii. tin. I llel.i i.r 1'bn.nlx also run. 11)1 'lime, InLiifl lir.inu- aaIii; Thiers L, CO tu 11 INI U.llc H.,-4 I.. 1; llolllar, t. tu I. jj hKl'ONI) IHCE. It J 1'nr.n $4h rnr nii 1J.! ..llloj alloirtncctt I ti mt u h.-ilf furliiiii:.. If If UrUliioii mi1ii' ih r. Ma!iomraJ, by !ctoon bt Juilritu. liHii'.illnr.l) Ifll J. M.leilc.l". lV. c ..,imlM. 104 (shelt.y) 'J llll J!. lllltiJItit't li k i-ihii, lli til. Julif.) ! lEtl Tuui KiliH.iii ir riii-rly l.iwtnrAl rlctiuir). Jlniiny till Iiinoley. ami 1,1'ikIi iiIm' r.iti. 1lim lil-M- lltuinu II I Avnln.l Mai i.iiiuicl, ILMuli T, 10 3iu ts'slll. 1 10 Ull 1 anlli.l pllt, O I TI11K!) KACP. HII 1'tir. tlyi. f.r bintrti linrscn: fttilln: rive furlongs. H KIi.iIIiui Miibln'n or. r. MnrtHiitit. a, Uy Tremont nil Maritufrittf. a. iiHiiiriilliii II )' r HUall'H'li. If. JiiiiieiloKIl, r. (7(Vrplnckl... 2 Sil KnUniftroo titblu'H oil. ('. Cliurivy W lUou, 1. 107 Wl IDo.l.l)., 3 Rtl l'fraltii. (inner 11. . l,xtrn, gulbli rr.Tnttlcr, hlairiraril, il Atl.l I'.twvr al.l rao. Tlttl... 1 :0r, ItattlliL' AirHlll.t I Marinont, 11 Ij 1; JauietluMli, cu to 1; charter VVll m I aou, 7 lo l. j rurnn$101; ifUllu: four nu.l u half furlonff. all J, li. .Mrioriuiik'.ii. r. i.arly lili.tiuiii. 4. by 1'lurr a. I I'nii, lor, ,t. Hyuii) t II J, n. Aurrii-'a li. t l.nriiy, 4, lun (Mclicrniotu 2 li) Lxre:sinrMkbVi'ii. r. nn)niiim, 4. Iixl (II. Jon.o.a Dl llou oyai;'., M.iyi.rll. MHinler. imil hefnullfr also al ran. Tlmr.o..".". . rttincliur lol uti 1-atly Uloituui. VHI 1U to J .tta.Ufl l.urai. o to I lnuulill. Ill rir-rn iuck. lU'l llanillca; miricS4ooi one uiilo and threfr.qnartr, IkI vr .ovfii liur.lli'4. Hl , i ait. u. niaLo'. cti. c Vanrlfo. 4, by LongTaw Her B'l mti.i.-, 4, r.'um. l.iuim 1 J K l.o e'a , ll. if. St Liuu, nueil, IfO(llreen) 2 II J. II. l..ii. Jr.'i-l. ir. i.i'nrii- il. l.'.o (rnir-v. a llio ilountf.H alio rn. 'itini'. ;ti.'4. ISettinir At tlnt Hj Uaurmu, - to 1; :a. 1,'jl.v. 7 tur.i li-urtu, 510I:. j sixth lucic I Pure 4ni); allliitf. v. vfit ftu1iui4. I , l;.i li-n Mhl, i, r. M'hn lirhs, 2, hy Dlarei Kmma I uis.nii. Ill iMnrt.iu 1 I ' .1. 11. Wi tuima ur 1 . t.my Unci., 4, laniKicvi.n.on)., 2 .,, I :. ilrallry'Hb b Mmtiitrr, nirnl. 10i (II. John). .. !1 rlir l.tttllitrri. Oi.iuuioa on. MatuliUy, exatluiilnnil St. njll Joau nlao ran 'Inuc. 1 :.ir Kuttila; l.en 1111 uey ilha jlll !., u to 1 jifa.n.t iiray Hock. Oto 1 fcbotuTtr. j T-tluV latrtr ut XnHb Itrrjccn. jil Flrt Ur.rc Hv-i'lirhtlis of 11 mile; for beaten l.orna. ffn Harry lrt.l:in.l. Frank :.. ltlnclclock. I oxfuril. Mt-ntltol. II fj irje.tcb. I.tirny. l.llilv K., ll.uruna, i-.nolu. lD.caoli. Ill hecosiil llac rtiL't.i urter. ol u mile: tailtni,. Jac'i llll Kofe, lliii Woiiilcliopimr, llerwyn, llalbrlkirin. Idh till eaelt llruhoU, vvce'lirea.l, lilt aaeli. Alnu'l, ill."; llll i.lii.li.itor, in.': I.alKill, PI); I'uwer, a11Jyke, Joj'lter. ft If ' SiMcti'li, Maria K.i.l', IH. llll ' Tlilrd Kiu e rlx anil iitt'i'half ftirlontfi; .allhii;. BUt llfl r yen. llo; llla Itell. UU: Lord Harry. 11(1; Ainrmer. ifll Trltilt). l'rtnee, I il. aril. Klect. tl. i'hcii; (iiei-mvicii. 11.'. l Fourth Km - rur an.t a li-i'f lttrluius; i.elliiiif Kill- H IKi kv. nil: I'rien. 11).; Mlts KKher. lui; Mite luUc, H IMI ir ka:olliK. Vocallr, tM u u'h. Kkiull, ti... M IHj , Filth lU-'e Mile ulnl a r.l '..liift. eelllttr. Trlnce For HI Ull- tnnatiiH, ll'J; Kirkoder. Frimtenni'. Imleai'li; (ilrnocliy, U Ifll lU'l; Miuiialidu.th. hi, U.m., K'.i; .Mollis Han-, tip. llll rMxlli llace .-eilinc; sven furlong.. Kno utller H Illf lino. 1211; lleiiilltht. 1.'J, Iteinoree, ll'l; Urown llll Charlie. 11N; l.ilmuii.l i-oniiellv. 117; Ailnl.na, UTi; I Ifll iinilet, 11.',; (lu.iruruiaaiur. 11J; AliaaT.. 11'.'; lieu I ijll IHnm, luO, l-iili, l)-'. I Ull crooki'm iro::x at xcw ohleaxs. 1131 H flC! The Otinrr, .Tockry, mid Ihr Ilnrue llraKoa III ' Killed Orr the T11W. jj III fiNnfl Om.r.AKi'. Doe. TJ. Today'n was the I jjj! tecond of tho Crescent City Jockoy Club's pS jjlj ' 'mces. Notwithstandlnc that rain threatened jln 1 to fall ftt noon, them was 11 larcer nttondanco jljl than on tho oiicuini: day, and the hookies did Ull , u. hri.ik hiiBinehs. Tho talent was In cood jlll form, nnd Warplot. who wont to tho post at E 4 to 1, came thu nearest of belli;; un outsider jlii of any of thu winners. Jj Thorn was only ono (ncldont calculated to Ull niur tho day's H(iort. nnd that was thedelib- jjjj .ruto unfllni: of ilrazos lu tho handicap. II 1 opened an odds on favorite, wlill lSonnio Bird !l wnButltnl. .V raid mi the book s. However. r quickly loreed lionnln HlrdV prleo to even . money while l.ra.is rece'lodtdthosninellaure. I McKay,! lie jockttv. was eaiitloned liy tliujudcos, I lint to nuiilleil. Muruaii Ar-tanllol, the ownerc , I .loekeir .Mi'Kay.aml trwi Imrav were rulml ofT tlie llll turf, 11sl1tl vim woll lucked for the live (ur- Jll lone unsh. which was llrst on the card. jlll nud she won it lu impiosslvo f-tyle. Fall Ull lllftom second by two lenstliB, bent- UD ) tlnli ISelle third. Vashll was the H? Ull last hut one when tho fliii foil, and running if.'I i thiouch to the trnnt bad the race well in hand Si Ui fully half a furlnna from home. In tlift aecond lii g j 1 race Dixie V. inade nearly all the runnlnc. and hM lilt won handily at tbu II11I-I1. Jim Cornwall Becond N by twolenuths. Heeswini: tblrd. In the third HII raco . I.. Alunsnn. who Btnrted favorite, ran dlnappolntinirly. and Warplot. whose Btronjr fJII finish Saturday had s-eeured him vonHldernble 15 support, won in brilliant tyle. Sly Lisbon iJBJr was second by live lenutliH. Oranite tlilrd. liret Ijj II iinrtii.who wasaiieveii'inoni.'ylavorite. won the Ul fourth raco without PeliiL' extended. The iJB I JuiIsh win pcroud by halt a length bernre 'III I'lertwnod. third. Tor the filth race Bonnie I B I Mini was llrst away to a capital start with llullr i '. Boconil. llally went to II10 front und led to the !l . '''.'.n1' where be liefili to hhut up like it kllile. ;a I, when sir Iditenud out for home llally was I I still li'iulhiL'. witli Ilrnos half u leneth oft I ; nnd Ilonnle lllrd third. Tho lllrd cam 1 ji Mronc near the wire, wlnnlnt: by three lencths I I from llally, McKay onliruzos mutlne no effort Hi. to win. 1 : Knclnvc UcmiiIIk ut Gloucester. I ! . Otocrt"iTB. Dec. 1'.'. Flrat l!ari-roiir and onebalf ' 1 furlniii. ln i-iii) rirst, ilaiiireKor lecona, lurner I ' tlilrJ. Time. ii:.-i. Kcon.t iaifrnur and one-half furlontra. BelaU , llrt. Fatrii-k .coii'l. Freedom Ihird. liine. 0:50. B 1, Third Unra rn-vuii.riiiiiili-t .,r a mlla Marly a. first, S Aritrmatli .evoml. Apo.li (lllrd. rune. l:.in, . Fourili Kui.e-Hveeik'iiiliH or a mile. Vrocna flrit. 1 Aranah'ii'.ecord. Forest lUlrd. Time. 1:04. I titili llaea-uiio u 1 1 1 -. Hinmrifier Itr.t, Felbara c 1 , end. dinner third, lime. l',4H"i. Hlltb Hare FIluvlKUtlia of a mile. Hlxck Knllftlt R Dr.t, JlmDuun iccinij. Wuhoo tlilrU. Time. 1:0 I,' The Winners at Jjiat Ht. T.onla. Ft. riui. Peo. 11 Teday'a races at Eastst, Louts re sulted a-rfoUowai Flrat IUce-I,iur and a hair furlonns. Halance All ,, first, Anna 11 second. Mo.-Faio ill third Time, 0 oil. . , second Itacn MX and a hair furloiura I'otta llrst. I! K'lle Mi eo Old, Voilliudi'll third, rime. I :tU. l , Third Knee M'ten and u half furloni;.. Col. W, I" wtiiatloy r.nt. Frosiwct second, Ilotneo Iblrd. Time, 1 :'!.. 1 lourlli Race Sl ami aliaif furlonca. Trlxyilardner flrat. Plenty aecon.l, Irene II. third, lime. 1 iluw. llflll Itnt'o Fi.e anil a half furionirs. Lly'e V, llrst, , f Oikrlew second, llob L Ho third. Time, 1 -Oi ijj 1; Mloiicester'a Huce Track Case. I Camdk Dec. 12.-The caso of William J. ft' ThoniPBon. Indicted for operating the GIouceB- Jr 1 tor raco track in violation of law. did not corns , "II . up to-day In tho Cam den County Court, as ex- i) pected, hut was postponed for the next term U' of court. . Jlembors of tho Law and Ordor Society are i !l Indignant at tho delay and propose to call a If liuii-H ineetlnc to protest airalnttne postpone- f A munt, Thoy say that when the case comes up ( I n-Mlu Thompson will uek for further delay be- f I ecu so his services will be needed In the Leels- I I iutllr, ,as u'i Aesemlilvrniin. They also ray I,' bat it Is pnit of Tliomi.Hon's plan to have it , Il hill Introducodln tho Lecislaturo to lcKaltee i J racing, IM I Oiinoiiile Delivered to Ilia Otraer, I-JT' IIUKS114 Aviux. Doc. 12,-The famous stallion I; . Ormondn was delivered to his new owner, Wm. I; fe McDonoiiBliM'sterday. Ormenue will first he i o taken to Lnulaiul, where he Is to servo several I tt luares. In will leavo here un Dec. 20 After I ll slnf 1 l.nulaiid ho will be seat to his I f, owner in America. I ( e - .' " . lluabey nnd (he Leicester Came. ' 6 Tn '"" Ei'itoa or Tiik hst-Mr A word about the ilcetr cue. I was re pic.tcd hy President Johnston , to make a brief explanation, and he liiMted mo to a chair, 1 called for u alateiucnt stnt to Secretary ' ' I Vlorss some months ago, and, while lie was earchlna- ' ' ataon lilt papers for It, I seyt my .eat, lr. Da-rid I Ponntr, with whom I had entered Ihe room, cumins' wltii blm from the cafe, suvvciteil, but nm te.tily. tbat . j. Island up uhtn teailtyliiK. As soon as lr. Morse found the paper I aro.eaal lead It, Tne upi'iitiim of ibis i week Has courlnced tho members of the Judicial body 1 Ihe necessity of llmltlnr Inouiry, and Mr. Uavlil lion. nerand Mr. William ."du'ard. naiesujfi?e.t.llbat Pres IUsntJo:inttoii aul Mr. Ktearnsaraw upa set of rules . :. which trill leep Invollnatlon wlilmi tho bounds of I reasou an I patience. You cannot close tbcdeoreab.o- I lutely a.'aiu.l some of lbs neopie who seek lo pose as It atioraejs. but jnucan bold theiutn the salient points 11? of Ihsca.e.cX'lude Ibo petty details which enliven a !' police court, an J turn a hose on them when they begla VH, to InUii't tne court w lib a siircadeaKle address. plii. iirYor.x, Per, 10, llsxiuox Itcssir, ma nonsa Attn caimiaqe trade The Snte of the Ilotmrt Trattra Will Brtwaj Many rrnanlaeat Horaeiaea to New Tork. Tho horfo market will be livelier next week than for aomo time past, when the prominent I breeders of trottlne stock will (father from all parts of the country to sno the dispersal of ths Ilobnrt Tarm horses, of which the crest stal lion, Htamboul, 2;07S', the champion of the world, Is at tho head. There has boon a great dent nf talk about Btntnboul nnd the mnros that are now on their way from California to litis oity. and If breedlnc, spaed, and Indi vidual excellence ko for anything, a record will ho made on Tuesday and Wednesday of noxl wook for others to shoot at for some time to come. The best-lnformod followers of the trotter placo tttam bout's probable purchaso price at from Si.'i.U(K) to SlUU.UOO, and it would not be fiirprlfilnit if ho exceeded the latter fluure. There Is tiothlnc wronc with the horso busl liesa when a Mallloti brlnas $1UU.OOU at public, auction, im fit. lllnlse did. and the case of Or monde, purchssod a few weeks neo by William (I'll. Maednnouch of California at private sal for S16U.OO0. vivos encouragement to men with money to lnveel. to tuko part in the sen oral advancement of tho ureat Imrso family. 'J ho roirular weekly miction nales conducted by Messrs. Van Tassoll & Kearney at their re pository In East Thirteenth stroet and those hold by Tattcrsalls of New York (Limited! each Wednesday nt their Place, oorner of Hmetith avenue and Klfty-llftn street, aro In nrlalily woll attended. Tomorrow's offor Inifs at Tntterfftll's includes some high class Canadlnu harness unit saddle horses, con slcnod by II. J. Aslimaii nf Montreal. Decides tbu t'aiiudlan arrivals a Inrt: nutnliorof vnl liable horses, liicliiilinp matclied pairs, slnul harnosB, and snddlo horses, the propeity of well known owners. 'Ihe following aro stand ntdriuntutlonsiiitholoc.il markets: l'alrs of matched carriage horses. 1,()UU to J I. Mill: teams of truck orexpress horses, M).rl)lo$8."0: icood drivers, $:t'J.) to SToil eacli; saddle horses of bUh class. S;i."0 to $1.0(1(1 each, business horses. l'i5 to flb, and streotors. $11U to HiO eacli. , Carrluce dealers are showlnz many novel ties before Christmas, nnd trade Is reported as belnc very fair for this time ol year. Mossrs. 'nn Tassell A Kearney have every kind of vehicle, both nev nnd second hand, in their immense bulldinc lu Last Thirteenth street. It Is no trouble to show iroods, ,and pussencor elevators stop ut each floor. Han drail ti Co. or :t7'J-:J7U llroomo street and liroadwfty, Fiftv-Ilrst street, nnd Seventh ave nue, have on hand eh-nnnl cnrrtacB of tho best crude for towu-and oountry. Thevohl cles are of every vnrloty of lUslgn. color, and welsht. William D. Pond ,V Co.. ilroadway. l'orty-seveiith street, and bev cnth avenue, solicit an Inspection of their stuck of broughams, demheoaehes. landaus, victorias, nnd iour-whoel d"K carts, designed for fall driving. Tho II. II. Dabcoek Company. 403-41'.! Ilroome street, established In JH45. offer broughams of the latest designs In nil sizes, roeknwavs. six passencer. octuuon front coupi's. and a line nssortmontof rond wagons, pony carts, wagons, nnd harnebs. J. Cm Icy oi Male street. Brooklyn, who has a New York storo at Ilroadway, rlfty-flrst, and Hlly-cecond streets, manufactures tine car riages of evory description, of tho boat ma terial, and for moderate figures, hdward Calle nan's son has a largo stock of fancy trnps at 3.."i2'J Hro.idwayand does high-class repairing at his fuctory. 57 Wost Forty-fourth street FIGHTS .l.VW FiailTEIHt. Fltzslmmona und Hall Mlicn Artlclea. Amended articles of ngreoraent fortheFltz-slmmons-IIall contest were drawn up and signed yesterday afternoon. Uy the now ar ticles tho men aro to contest nt catch weights on March 8. Cupt. Williams of tho Crescent Athletic Club. Warren Lewis, representing Hall, Martin Julian, nnd the principals wero present. The first question brought up was the weight at which the battle should be fought Fltzalmmons wnnted to fight nt l.r8 pounds, while Jlall held out for ltio. Finally the men compromised ut catch weight It was llunlly ngieud upon that the loser's enil of tho purse should be S2.DU0. Thearticles read as follows: Ur, the undersigned, Frank Williams, agent for the Crofcent City Athletic Club nf Mew or-eana. La., party of the nrsl part, and Hobert FltridminruiB of Australia and Jume. Hall or L'hlcaifn. all parlies of lha second part, do hereby enter Into a contract, the terms of v hletl are a follows: First said Irank Williams, acting for said Crescent riir Athletic uiub, asrees to iti e the sum of sso.uoo to be come. led for in the arena of said cIuj March 8. 1B3, by .aid iiarll-s of the second part. This money shall be pa.d to the said contestants as follows: j:i,.r,oo to the winner and S'i.&ooto the loser. second said Fltrslmmons and Hall agree to box to a nnph ut catcli weights for said purse uuder the fob lowiuir ciiinlitlons: To be in therms atop. M. ready to ro on vita the conte.t, winch shall be governed by Marquis of V,ueeas berrr rubs I Ive-ouiice gloves shall be used. Thev at agree that the club shall select tho referee and tinick-rper. but each contestant reserves the right tn s-lev't a timekeeper who shall aot with the club's oillcia'i. Poatponed Until To-night. A very large crowd of spectators gathered In Schiellein's Assembly Looms. In Atlantlo avenue, near Vermont Btreet, East Now, York. Inbt evening to witness the third annual box ing contests of tho New lirooklyn Athletic Club. Tho entertainment was deferred until this evening, however, ns the member of the club's Athletio Committee who procured the license from City Clerk Michael J. Cutnmlngs uindo a " wrong guess" at tho data for tho show, naming Dec. Lt Instead of Deo. 12 for the occasion. Police Captain Gorman, who had churge of the affair in the interests of the municipality, refused tn allow the show to pro ceed under thu circumstances, and Manager Hurry J. Platte nodded to defer the entertain ment until this evening, I.a Blanche Wllllne to Fight Jack Dempsey. The following was received at the Police OazetteoSDce yesterday: Pncsxix, ArL, Deo. 3. I see In your paper that Jack Dempsey wants to fight me again. I will light Dempsoy in any chin offering the biggest purse, ur 1 will light Lulcey at 154 to lfiM pounds, in any cluo. 1 will be in New Orleans Jan 1. Yours respectfully. Geo. La IIlancue, the Marine, BUck Frank tVlna the lleatry-nrelcht Cham, plonehlp of Canada. MosTKisL, Dec. 12. Alight to a ftnlsh between Black Frank Taylor and Paddy McDonald for a" $500 puts and the hravy.weUbt championship of Caoada took place at Lacbiuo, about ulna miles from this city, at an early hour this morning, The light was to bay taken place last night, but In order to escapa the police the hour was postponed. McDonald was backed by Harry Phillips, the well-known sport. It was near 4 o'clock when the two luen entered the ring and raced each other. At tbe eud of tne tlr.t round .Mo Deuald announced that be was getting excited, and stepqed into Ihe ring for tbe second round with a fero cious took on his face. Alter McDonald bad receivea a few blows, however, he lost courage entirely, and ran around the ring like a frighleued animal trying to escape. The only thlnghe did was toriincu with uiack Frank and by bis supsrior weight to dash him to tho floo!. lie succeeded once, and nearly e ery one thought that the colore.i mau was done for. In the third and last round McDonald never attempted lo ilgbu Agaiu and agaiu ha tried to throw uiack Frank, and being separateil by tbe referee, tried to escape puuiebruaiit by running abuut Ihe ting. Finally the while man fell duwu and remained down. Ed Hmlth TVanta to Fight Goddard. Wicniti, Deo. 12. Ed Smith, the Plttitjargh pugilist, telegraphed a challenge to Joe Coddard this morning for a llnlih fight before Ibe Wichita, Kan, Athletic Club fora reasonable aini.aiit a vide, rite buudied dollar bate lietu posted by suiltu's.trlends as a Zorrell. Corbett Purehaaea Property. Champion James J, Corbett and wife have purchased tho property at tbe southwest comer of Jerome avenue and High bridge road for tbe sum of I3J.0O0. The seder is Mrs. Kinina Holding, lo whom a laurlgigo Is glien for ss.OuO. The papers wero Hied lestirday la the BegUter-a ottlca. ' Hall Muy Train at aakewood. Warren Lewis said last night tbat Hall would prob ably train at LakewooiL N.J This morning Hall and Lewis will vl-lt ibe place and negotiate for quirlors i: lbs place suits tbsui, Yachting Notea or Interest. II. M, Ilanna's steam yacht Comanche, which has been flltlug out at Manning's Basin, couth llrsoklyn. began to take on stcirss yesterday, prtparatory to her Goutbern trip next month. Tbe schooner yacht Brunhilda, which has been under going extensive repairs at I'olllon'a yard, at the toot ot Cllulun street. South Brooklyn, la now at Meaning's Cssln. having some of ber joiner work completed. The steam yacht Lady Mabel, recently purchased by Mrs. Lauglry Irora Lord Ashburtou, is to have ber name changed to White Ijidye. lleiirr AUeu. the owner ot tho llcrreshofl American built M-raicr II n keel H rnonab, which beat every boat in her class In scotch waters tbta year, writes to the Loudon ui.a.lollowi: "But! lu the opirilous expressed as to tbe trpeot boat produced uuder Ihe . B. A. rule. I notica that there Is a very general condemnation vt tbe 2-raier vieuonah and similar 'bulb-keel' deslgna My experi ence ot Wcuuuub is brleily as follows! 1, in a heavy sea she bsbaies splendidly, uud it was ulwaja In tho hardest gates last sea.au thai she appeared to the best adtaulago as com oared Willi olher boats In he- cla-s. the Is so buoyant that uotbtug but spray comes uti deck. 2. She Is vtry bandy, and answers her helm very quickly and easily un ad ioi.ilsand in all aeathers. except wbeu reaching with a strong breese on the Qiisrtar. Then sus Is bard an her weather helm, but not much wor-e than most other 2Taters. a. Though severely tried last aeasun. she has nsver leaked a drop nnr shown ibe least sign of straining In any part. 4. She is as com fortable aud has practically as much accommodation as any othsr racing 2H,raier. i. It Is narfecily easy to beacn ber, No one who bas sailed lu wanonah has had aord to tay against her. Some think her ugly, but she was never intended for an oruameuL What belter type ot boat could one wish for I" Tbe Pennaylranla Ilallroad Is the scenic route to tbe West. Tbe mountain scenery on Ihe line of ibis road is supsrb,-4lr. Titer LIKB aYMXASTia WOBK, Mcsnbera eyfthe T. M. C. A. Show Canalder Me Bhlll la Turlone Exerelaes. On Thursday. Deo. IB, the gymnasts of the East Eighty-sixth street branch of the Y. M. a A. will hold an oxhlbltlon In their cymna lum In addition to thoclass work there will bespeolal oxerclsos on the bars and on tho horse: also' competitive high jumping. The Montgomery brolhors.theDrumiuonds. and La Bolle will contribute to the cntcrtnlnmont. The next exhibition by the niombers of the Young Men's Institute will tako place on Mon day. Deo, 2a Almost the entire- exhibition will bo devoted to the work of the " stars.1 Mike Sweeney and Gus Bohwauor will show tholr skill at high Jumping ; Bob Stoll U to por forra on the rings, and Edmund I. Wolch. phy sical dlreotor at tho Jersey City Y. M. C. A., will porforra on tho heavy apparatus. The outlne club member nro talking of organiz ing a skating club. Harry La Mont, one of the gymnasium leaders last year. Is now assisting Physical Director Paul a Phillips in "gym" work. No more enthusiastic Y. M. C. A. members can be found tMan thoso belonging to the rail road brandies. At tho Madison avenue branch the gymnasium clnssos are constantly bo comlngot creator Interest John J. Thomp son Is leading the classes. Ho Is a railroad employee. Atlho West Seventy-second street department tho memboishlp Is lnorenslnc at tho rate of twonty men per month. Efforts aro being mndo to mnko this branch very popular. Tho Wochiiwkon department Is running along smoothly. Tho men here aro great chess nnd checker players. There Ih some talk of get ting a bowling alloy, and tho men aregr-atly latml over Ihe prospiiet. . , ihe Washington Heights, branch la now located on the Athoneiim Hall property, north sldiol l&fdh Btieet and east of the lloulevard. Tbe quarters are eomloriitbly lltted up. und thev have a gymnasium equipped with llrst rate apparatus. The bowling alios are In great demand. .Tames Scott Is captain of the bowling club, and liobeit herchner Is captain . of section 11 of the fame club. The branch has no less than three loot bull teams. A hoy s department is an Important adjunct to the branch. The lads are gymnnstleaUy Inclined. John F. Loekwood Is in charge of the class work. The seniors of tho branch ure In thu charge of Physical Director Cook. At the East Eighty-sixth street branch the harrlorselub aie receiving many new mem bers. The runners ot the branch ure geltlnc In trim for tho armory games. '1 he records In high Jumping and pole-vaulting are getting better. The men aro still taking advantage of nn excellent opportunity for u thorough phys ical examination. , Dr. D.li Noble is at the "gym" ovory Mondav, ednesday, and lrlday Thehowllncolubof tho Central branch of the Brooklyn Y. M. C. A. have twenty-live mem bers. W. Lupton Is captain nnd II. Shannon lieutenant. The club have grown mure than any other section In tho brunch since the ulleys have been made the regulation size. Handtinll Is still an interesting subject with the members of the Central branch athletes. So ninny men have taken to the came thnt a tournament Is being discussed. It will begin probably nttor tho hnllrinte. The business men's class hits crown rapidly, and as a new feature the exercises are gone through with to a piano nceompanlnn'iit. Three classes aro held every afternoon during tho week. They havo not yet taken un basket ball nt thu branch, but a little lator on ono evening n week will be devoted to the sport. Beginning on Doc. 20. tho hrancb series of contests will be held every Tuesday evening. A running and lloor event will be held each night, tin tho opening nlcht tho quarter-mile race and llio running high jump will be contested. A number of Central athletes nro entering out side games under the Y. M. C. A. emblem, the tilangle. Sixty-live boys belong to the mnlor depart ment of the Brooklyn Eastern District branch. A short time ac the boys visited the boys of tho Ceutrnl branch and defeated them at baBket ball by II goals too. TheJJistorn Dis trict team were as follows: Frank St. John, Elbert Forney. Georg" Klnscberf. Benjamin IloMeln. Willlnm l.awlor. Will l'feilT.ir. Ogden Merrill. Harry (irall, Jobu Corlett. and Stan ley Vandorwerkon. The medals olTcrcd by ihe Eastern District branch, to bo competed for In tlm series of contests now tnklng place, nre Hie finest ever offered by a branch of the Y. M. C. A. The athletes of tho Eastern District. Brook lyn, pav a great deal of attention to basket hnli. There are enough players to make up two good teams, not counting tho mnlor de partment team. Amine thn best players are; William J. Mills. Theodore Totten. Ed. M. Boss. Frank Coffin. William J. Klnscberf. -lolm It. MeDevltt, Leonard Wuthlngton. Dr. N. L. North. George Tilt, W. H. ltos. Thomas Thompson. William Willetts. Wallaco lilch ardson. and Hobert Hnrris. Basket ball is also having a great boom at the Twenty-third street branch. A large num ber of men Indulge In the sport Dr. Bnrtlett. the physical director. Is a great ndvomtr, nt the game, and may be seen instructing his men on several afternoons during the week. akdt rrAx.sn nvxs a great mile. An r.nthnatasttc Crowd at tbe Twelfth Ttsl meat Guinea. About 2.500 vldttors choorod thcraselve hoarse at the annual wintor games of the Twelfth Leglmeut A. A. In the armory last night. The catorlncof tho enterprising promoters Is becoming evory year more popular, and on this occasion attracted suoh an eoormous entry that all tho events, save throe, were split un Into a multiplicity of heats. Tho racing was extremely closo and excit ing throughout and roused the onlookers to deafening demonstrations of enthusiasm. Andy Walsh, the Xavlor crack, created a veritable furor by his superb running In the mile, which ho won from scratch, with thirty six opponents having starts ranging from forty yards to a lap. J. . Judge and II. S. Thomson fought their Twenty-second Iteclment duel over again in tho safety race, and this time Judge reached his numesnke II rstaf tor a sensational struggle. The events sucieodedoneh other with ejock llko precision, nnd the lengthy programme was got through without a hitch Inside of three hours. A pleasant recoptlon with dnncing followed. Summaries:,, Sixty-yard Dali, Handlrap Final brat won hv Har ry Ko.e. iseitth lte.liirr.t. i:t tret: V. Ujgatit. Standard A. a. I) feel, .icomi: II. L. Toplitx. 8!nr A. I'., IS fert. third. Tune 6 2-r, seconds, llalpnipr uo-uvnu.tilease,ln Heavy Marching Order, Scratch Won bv F. A. Starr, Company D; D. Melville. Company B, sreond: .1. s. Hindi, Compauy II. third. Time. 2 minutes 4:1 !, seconds One-mile lluti. Handicap Won by Andrew J. Walsh. X. A. A., scratch; il, w. Hnechners. liroollvn, zr, ards, second! A .1. Dunlap, X, A. A.. HO yards, third. Tims. 4 minutes na ;t-5 .ernuds. I'nur-hiindrr..snd-firty-yiird Run. Hanillran Final beat won by J. Iiurk, M. A C. 20 yards: w. II. Cum mons, :. A. ft. 20 yards, second: r J. Hrode, N. J. A, C. 20 yards, third. Tline. .'ill 4-."i sri'niuls. Ifall'lnlle Hun for Novices, Sratc'i Final heat won by J. A. Fllego. N V. Clly; Alfred .1. Pennon, S. II. O. secondl William M, Krks. lirooklyn V, M C. A., third! Time, 2 mlnntrs 14 seconds. onr-mllr Walk. Handicap Won by F. Dure P. A. C. flo seconds: Louis Iliurold, C, A L 30 seconds, sec ond: Samuel Lolhgnld, I". A. C scratch, tlinl. Time. 7 minutes 4:t 2.r, seconds. Twn-mlle Safetc. Ilnndican Final heat won by J. W Jndge, It. W . scratch; II. S. Thomson. M. A l' scratch, second: K. F. (lovlman. Park A. (, 100 yards, third, lime rt nilnutts in 4-r, second', Hair.mll- Hun, Handiran Final beat won by James Kewsoiue. Tupuly-nei-nnil Regiment A. A., fib yards: TboinssMxnu. Ht. (ienrge A. li. :v, yards, second: J. W. Kuiiiih, SI. o. A. l' 20 yards, third. Time, 2 minutes 10 4-r, seconds. Obstacle llaee. Two Ijips Won by F. M. Tyson. J. Abrens second. Time. 1 minute 35 seconds. THE FIELD TRIALS. Pierre IiOi-lllard, Jr.. ricorea Another Vic tory with Hrllcra IiOra. IiEXiKOTOM, N. C. Dec. 12. The All Ace Stake of the Central Field Trials wob com pleted this forenoon. II, L. Adams's pointer doc Lud of HubIi. winner of the All Aco Pointer Stake, and Tlerre Lorillnrd. Jr.'s, Sellers Lorn, winner of the All Ace Sotter Stake, running u heat to determine the absolute winner. The heat was excellently oon tested, and the work was worthy of wlnnors. Doth proved themselves skilful and successful workors. Lora excelled In rango, judgment, and find ing abilities, and won over hor formid able competitor. Tho freo-for-nll was begun , after lunch. Each hmt Is four ' hours long, and primarily is Intended for a ', thorough test of endurance. All the compot- ' Itore are famous performers. J, II, ,t J A. ' Hunter's pointer Black Wonder nnd Avent Thayer Kennel's setter Bettle H. began the competition. .Thev ran diligently through the four hours without showing tho slightest fa tigue or distress. A large number of hlrds were found, and the point wot ; was very good. Blank Wonder was disobedient and wilfully flushed ssvnrnl birds, which lowerod his chances. Tberoaro nine more In the slake, a; follows! HowdY Hod. Lara. 1'lttl Sing, Maid of Kent Prawn. Orlaudo, Hurry C. lllp ll.tii. and Tremont To Act oa the Challenge. To-night, aftsr months of discussion. It will finally ba deelded whether we are to have an International yacht race next year or not. A special meeting of the New york Yacht Club will bo hebl at 07 Madison ave nue and formal action on Lord Dunraven's obslleiue ftuldroW b.f.Uk"en" f""UHa "' "" "0al v"" About every membtr of the club serins to think tbat the challenge will U accented beyond a doubt, and thai in It Isaccepted. Ihe yachting season of IWI will tie the gro.ittd on record. ricKixa ovt cnoxas noxxs. Anetloa Bale of Seata rbr the Preee Cle Carnlrul of BporC "Two hundred dollars," eald Judge Hew ton. and whon asked what name, he said! "Coney Island AthlotleClub." That was the first bid for choice of boxes In Madison Square Garden for next Saturday, when tbe great ath letlo carnival under the ftusplcee oftheFresa. Club takes place. After George Clifton had taken box at S150 and M. Grlfflnhad selected one nt $125. Judge Newton came to the front again nnd raid S100 for another box. also for the Conoy Island Atliletio Club, making S300 invested by thntorconlrntlou. The attendance at tho salo. which took place In tho theatre of the Manhattan A. C. wub bmall. but the bid dine was vory spirited, twenty-six boxos being disposed of for nn aggregate of $1,370. Thoso in chnrgo ot tho auction decided that better results would follow Itthesalowcro conductod In a moro central location, so the sale was ad journed to Wodnosday evonlnc. nt 8!e o clock, nt tho St. James Hotel. A large number of choice boxos remain unsold, an! there Is little question that many Now Yorkers will engorly avail themselvo. of Ihe opportunity 'to w ; tiiees tho entoitalninir programme. Tho purdlinsers and prices paid at last night's sale are us follows: Hi. r'Mor. no 4,1. Ooney Is'and A. 0 JVS 44. (leorgi- Olltton JSV 4H. M. nrimn trSi 411. loney Island A. o 'I. 40 lirooklyn llaseoalt Club J.1! 47. inner sninnrr 'Icatl I;: 4i. Uartow . Weeks V J 53. Vad.!".l fxt'rin "" M. K II. Talcott and John Wallace g si. F, il. Tluhlinna ly. Ml .l). Kscliwrgs "J :. J. J. Miicnell J;' 42. fnl Jiihii A.Cockerlll :'! r.2 William Hern :" C i' W. Price "" rs. John W, Keller ;? J 41, Tlininas II. I,ans -" :i7. II. II. .MeMnlll A Co, 2J ai. ll. J. itnbinsnn r 21). Copt, hr suv Williams - 3H, . lame. Wake. oy -.. na. JelinT. Itru.li -if ap. Honwelt ,t Schuyler ;jj (I.-,. I. M Heney ?.'' 31. .1.11. a den r;' Hi. M. T. Urophy Total . Now attractions are being, constantly added tn the large list, and thoro Is it possibility nf the entertainers being two numerous for the time covered by theilnnlen rental. The after noon entertainment Is specially designed for ladies nnd children, and will be devoted to sports Hint will ittnlise them, tho horse play ing nn Important port At night tho pro grnmniu will be a variegated one. a prominent feature of which w II be sparring by noted , pugilists. in ad- , dltion to tho meeting between J Iko Donovan and Domlnlck McLiitTrey. Alea Greggalns has agreed to sjar with Jim Hull. nnd a good innn will be ougugsd to stand up 1 with Bob l'ltzslmmons. Yestenlnv the Ilaclnc and Sports Committee received tho following communication from Jim liutler. the well-known middle wolght: "In Ibis glorious country of ours there are mnny Institutions for doing cood. but what are their fcoble efforts compared with tho mighty, far-reachlnc power of tho press? Syn dieates would crush, tho rich would oppress us. nnd tho poor would iiitii-ed suffer were ever thoo mainstays of our Government tnUon away freedom of speoch and freedom of tho press. Kindlv permit mo to volunteer my services to spar at your entertainment next Saturday evening, provided Johnny Ilea gnn can be Induced to spar with me. My only stipulation Is that wo both be welched pre Moustosiinrrinc. Ho cun weigh wbutever he I likes." Owing to tho larcn number of pugilists , whose services had been previously offered and aecopteil. the committee was eompellod to decline Butler's proffered assistance. OAES3IEX AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Talk or nn InlrrniKlonnl ltoat Race Itr tvvren Collrae Creivs. Nf.w Hkvkx. Doc 12. Tlicro Is mom Inter est nt Yolo In the university crew than has been shown for several years. The success ot ! Inst season's work nnd the return to college of bIx of the old men Is one reason for public in terest, and tho other is tho possibility of nn international boat race at Chicago next sum mer. Concerning this match, it Is known that thu English rowing men are considering the idea very seriously. The World's Fair will be a poworful draw ing card for them, nnd the trnnsatlanla In terest in tho big Exhibition will hrip to b'inc them over. There are two goneral plans suggested. Thnt such araoe be betweon the champion eights of England and Amorlca, or that it be thrown open to all comers. Yale would proba bly favor tin ''rst Idea, with perhaps one or two modlfl in. Oxford and Cambridge row their eli uupiontlilp raco in April, and tho winning clow would, of course, come over here, us It is out ol the question for both crews to cro.s the Atlantic nnil race on this side. So that the English crew would have to koep on training fortbree mouthsaftertheCumbridce Oxford race. Such an arrangement on this side of the water would bo for Ynl" and Harvard to row the annual race nt New Lomlou the Inst of June and have the wlnnlngerowgo to Chicago to row tbe Englishmen for the championship of the world some tlinu In July. The only ob jection to this seems lo he that Cornell would wish to get in the last race, and would raise n violent contest if barred out Both Yale and Harvard aro unwilling torownn annual raco with Cornell as a fixture, but it Is probable that thev would favor Cornell's coming Into a race al Chicago which would not mnke a prec edent for rowing her annually, Yale rowing men are conllilent thnt any Yale crew of the last blx years could havo beaten Cornell in a four-mile race with euse. Even the 'HI Ynlo crow, the pooro-t that has rowed for Yale In many years, could have given the oarsmen nf Itlia'-a all they wanted, according to Hagermnn. who hud rowed In the Cornell bout (or two years, and pullod seven In the Yale boat that year. But Cornell turns out the ilnest crews In tho country, leuving out Yale nnd Harvard, and they would liuve it strong , claim to a place in such ii race. Harvard lias not expressod un opinion on rowing Cornell ut Chicago Against England nn American crew would have all ndvnntugo tn equipment, rigging, und boating, which might help to make untlio superiority of tho torelgners In aco and ex perience. Tho Fnglislimen urn thoroughly conservative, wlillo American Invention has done much tn improve hunting appliances which England has not taken iii. The knowl edge that such nn International race Is a possibility will stimulate Vul and Harvard to oven more severity and thoroughness of trululug AUdV.HT RKLMOST FOR PRESIDENT. He Will lie the Chief Kxrriislve of Hie New York Athletic Club. The NonilnntitiR Committee of the New York Atliletio Club, of which A. a. Mills is Chalr mnn. was appointed Inst TuosUay, nnd has been In dully session over since. That their labors havo home fruit is evident from tho an nouncement made yesterday that August Belmont had boon selected for tho posi tion of President and that ho had ac cepted. Mr. Belmont Informed the committee that ho considered his nomination to Ihe Piealdoucy of the famous athletic organiza tion to be ot;o of tbe greatest honors that could be conferred on him. There Is little question that Mr, Belmont will receive the unanimous vote of tint club. Tlm members are highly dated ovor the cholco of tho Nomi nating Comtnltteo nud the acceptance of Mr. Belmont. No selection of a man for Vice-President has yet been made, but it Is unnounced that Secre tary Docharty, who has been a very ahlo nnd conscientious omnl, will be renominated. It Is hinted tbat the Hoard of Governors will bo thoroughly striken up. ve-y few of llio present ltiembets doing renominated. Ameinlor of tho club slnteil thnt tho now Hoard would be composed of prominent Inislnesu men. who wore ulsonnthiislttstlciii tho matteruf athletics. lluxrlmll Ncwh Iroiu Chicago. CiliCAOo, Dec. 12. President A. C. Hurken- borgcrnnd ex. President W. C. Temple of the Pittsburgh Basebnll Club fame to Chicago to- ' day to attend tho suit brought against that 1 organization by ox-Manager Thomas E. 1 Burns. Tho stilt was set for hoarinc to-day, but neither prosocutor nor delendant wus ready to co on and uskod for a postponement hoping Hint Hie Court would numo Borne day this week, Tho .calendar was full, and the Court sot tho huarlnc lor Jun. 17. The Smoky City magnates returned home to-night, Tho ' club offered tn sign I'lmrley Furrell next year foi't'.Miiil, hut Farrcll rofused to ask forhla unconditional release. This was given to him with tho ilri'lerstainllng that lie wui not to blgn for less than 2.4lii, " Boston." raid Tnn hie," does not wnnt him, and Pittsburgh found lilin a hlch-prlced lux ury last season. As for llurnb'b suit, we ox Pert lo win it. If ho wins, there will be npth Ine but debtsfor him lo levy upon. Thel'itts. burgh CluiiwIlllenvoforHotSprlncsonMuroh 1. boll out for a fortnight, and then proceed to New Orleans by easy stages. The team will play a series of games with the Crescent City Club from April 1 toll, and will then move on to Atlunte, and play Anson's Colts a aeries ot cames." t ATALAXTA BOWXJtRS, Vf JKOU. JTOKJt They Seer HBT rotate Against the Memarak Tenia. Sewliag was resumed ta the Atnsrlean national Teurnamsnt at lb Oermsnla Assembly Roam alleys lest night, Tlie contesting team ware from the Monarch and Atslsota club or Brooklyn and tha Yonkers Club of Yonkers. The gams between the Tenters aid Atalanla teams results! In a victory for tbe latter after stubborn contest. In tha second game the Yonkers learn struck another snag, tbe Monarehs, their opponents rolling nn Ihe remarkable total of ice pins against them. The Atalantas won the third game by S3 pins. The scons: imt ems. ITiLlim. I TOXttSS. , ." K B. Sn. .1 S. B. years. fsrdes 4 4 2 100 Dando 1 B 4 140 llanschen 1 G 4 lr Hrawcr S a 2 107 Tnulfurd ......2 II 3 173 Sleittusn S 8 4 IM lleusiman ...3 a a HO Rricksr. 3 3 S 14.-, Hass 2 6 8 157Kllock 4 3 3 174 Totals 112314 iis Totals 13 10 18 791 rRiaxa. Atalanta SB 1B 237 R.13 42(1 BIT 03 675 740 82S Soakers (17 143 204 2 DO 3a7 48l B73 CIO 704 7tH .',.ra,,,.r'J- " Schwackc. Scorers-H, E. Jarbo and W. llu.fner. Average-Atalanta, 1S Yonkers, IBB 4-5. SICOMO GAlia. Tostias. i nosiaca. fc .v. .t a. -irs.l ,, fi. n. Arwr, Dandn 4 8 a 1811 Thyne 4 6 1 193 Hrerrer ..n r. o 2oi Kroinmlnga .2 il a las siedraan 1 8 U 1.1ft l(oemmerm'n.& 4 1 2lr. Pricker. 3 4 a lea Frees 4 3 .1 171 helleek. 3 4 3 183 Lebrbach 3 8 3 17u Totala lili B2 Totals is23v U2S rasMES. Yonkers. OA 18R 27H 8BA 480 B3S 803 87 784 8B3 Monarch ys 17 307 8S3 487 571 tmi 70S HIS U28 I'mpire-J, It. Kchwacke. Scorers II. Uray and IL C Ilosmrahl. Averaga-Yonken. 170 25; Monarch. 185 Ma. taian camk. osiacti. Atixistl. .1 X K. .twf . .1 .. II Srarr. Tbyna 1 8 3 IM Oardsa. 3 A 3 17.1 Krommlnga.,8 8 1 175 llauschen...4 4 2 185 Hnemuieriu'n2 4 4 182 Totnford 4 A 1 184 Freese T o 3 1M Ileus. man. ...3 7 O 11.7 Lebrbach 4 8 O 204 lla.s 4 5 1 1D8 Totala 1722 fl 884 Totals 17 27 "e P37 rssau. Monarch ...10S 200 30.1 404 471 BSS 839 714 701 884 Atalanta ...110 20.-, 2111 3V5 4S2 073 888 748 841 K.I7 t'mpire J. II. gchwacko. Scorers It, B. Jarboe and II. C. Ilusenzahl. Average Monarch, 178 4-5: Atalanta, 187 25. After losing six straight games the Volunteers rained their tlrst Mrtory in tho acadetnr tournament last night, defeating the usual strong 1'astlme uvs by six plus. The score t nan un TOtmrrrxn, rssnav. ,. ."C .1 . .frm. .e. .1 J. Xr. Kallman 1 4 5 185 Ilalnhortt....a 3 4 153 Bieurald....l 2 7 122 Tletjen I 1 H 113 Merchant 3 4 :i IB.-, llofmacn 2 4 4 11.1 llni-n t r 4 Ifto McXally 17 2 HO A. llerrmann.3 3 r 1 at Dor an 0 4 U 118 Totals 81834 TW Totals Tl2T 700 rasMxt. Volunteer.. ..BA 142 217 2811 370 488 C14 580 843 708 Pastime,.. ,118 152 230 2UU 35 424 484 5)9 822 700 L'mtilrr-IMIIiam Krster. Scorers Louis Broaang and 11. llerrmaun. Aerage-lolunteir. 141 1-5: ratttme, 140. sxcusn csstx. risnui. JOS1N. .. , .1 c. . .Ve-r. .1 .u. Jf. .lwr. Ilalnborrt....! 3 8 IS l Frank I B 4 148 Stettms 2 II 6 ls3 Pavls 2 5 3 HIS I'o'an 3 r 2 17 tioodman O r 5 1110 llorinana a 3 4 lr.s .inn 4 3 a luo Mc.Nally 1 8 3 KiS Uoeliln 3 4 3 183 Totals 102029 783 Totals 102318 7U7 raiwxt. Pastime 88 174 248 .11.1 414 483 550 A23 802 783 Juuah 02 147 241 3U4 384 4M 572 V4U 724 7U7 Umplrr-IIenry YakeL fcorers-J. F. Blelnburg and Loul- schld. Aicrage-I'astlme, 153 31; Jonah, 158 2-5. miKn csas. jortin. I roLrsTixa, 5. .. 8. Srorr.l .. . ft ,,. Frank I 4 4 154 Kallman 1 2 7 122 Paris a 3 4 158 sleurwa d....l 5 4 145 diimlman 3 5 2 17p Mero'iant.. ..8 5 2 inn Zltin... ...... -J n 2 I'll llsgen 2 5 3 1 .-.It Boehui 2 5 3 170 A. Herrmann. 2 8 2 1U4 Totals 1J23 15 837 Totals .Imii' 751) THiMES. Jonah 5t 143 23R 84B 445 BIS 578 842 734 837 Volunteer. ...88 147 222 'J SI' 377 457 638 815 t)U5 75U I'tiiplroW. Ureter. bcorers-L. ocbilt and II. Herr mann, Tbe opening games were rolled last night In tha L'ucla Sam's tournament bet' 'en the Fidelia, Uncle 'Sam, and Daisy teams. Tbosires: nasi usui. riPELU. I OXCLXSAN. S. X R. frorr. I ,S. R. &re. Itoldrn .1 4 3 lis Psneche. l 4 5 141 Leerldre... a 2 5 140 Cctilmn! 1 2 7 12,1 I.Wanui'cbr. 2 il 2 7o.l. Ileuier.... 3 3 5 1.1-' Wrtis 3 II 4 153 II. Tlmm 2 2 8 135 llolluian 2 5 3 1711 E. Denser... 2 4 4 1411 Amaon O 2 8 111, Dun on I) 3 7 11:1 KlbbeL .18 1 18.llF.Wanm'chr. 14 5 143 tauisea -,-. 17VJrU.TIouaM.. ,.5. ,180 Totals 312030 12T3J Totals,. 1.12-27 41 1119 raAMRS. Fidelia 110 244 384 514 11.18755 8811 1001 11501273 L'ncle 5am. 1 'J 4 230 33 4J7 58J 8(17 705 P051007 1118 empire C. Uerdes. Scorers A. c. Anger anil L. P. Mlnlcus. ftXCOXO OAKS. CXCLK RAV. I OAIST. .. .i ft .Vner. .1 A frrr. Drnecke 2 4 4 144 f.. Roernar....l 4 5 140 liebhard. ...3 II 4 148 li "all 2 3 5 151; J. Ileuser....'.2 4 4 14H'W. Kali. 4 4 2 1H4 ll.Tllum 3 2 5 137 ft Kuenne....3 1 n 127 K. lleuter 2 4 4 150 II. Ilsuipel....8 li 2 184 Dunton 5 2 8 nil J.lnrhnhacber2 4 4 154 K. H annam'er2 8 2 l.'.u u. Kubn 2 4 4 154 8. Ttuilu 1 7 2 18.) II. Dlttrlch..,2 A 3 144 Totals 203228 1242 Totals IULOsT 1228 rnAirs. fncte Sam.llO 230 350 42 1122 750 879 1005 H28 1242 Daisy .... 1711 235 b2 458 503 738 878 V7U108S1228 Umpire 8, Tucker. Scorers L. P. lilnlcus and a J. Keen. Tbe Peconlfl team defeated the .Monroe Club at Car. rutlier'sa.Uyslastnli:l.t lu Ills sectiun C series of tbe American Amateur Howling Union. The scoies: uomiok. rxcoaic , .f. it5mrr. .V, ,s; ft .Virr. Longman... ..3 ll 1 lR2llllrknk 4 3 3 1U4 Allalro 1 2 7 1211, W. hagleton.,2 ll 2 171 Mll.er.........0 4 II 1211 Illggs 4 2 4 e,3 Iidge r 4 1 20.1iMar.hall 2 4 4 15.' Lounaberry...3 1 (1 131 C. Eagleton. .2 4 4 irsl Totals 1217 21 77l Totals 15 U) 17 808 rtlAMSS Monroe 57 141 2011 2R8 38A 441 528 804 871 771 l'ecomc. . ..88 11,3 278 375 458 525 M'8 8dl 718 SOil I'mplre W 11. Fisher. Scorors 1. M. Johnson. Jr., andJohu II. Holly. The Clermont Club lost two games In rarrulhera Brooklyn tournament last night. Ibe scores: rikST GAVS. maxima. I cixaanxT. .1. . It. Frr. a. x. ft .Vies. Meacham 2 5 3 15S C F. Smith. ..() 5 5 131 Payne 5 3 2 202 II. Momt 2 8 O lss Bmry 5 2 3 17n vt . snillli 2 1 7 l.HO Frnr.er ...,2 5 3 157 F. Oatman..2 5 3 lul Ureenman....o 4 8 12 It. Bauulster.,8 4 a 171 Totals llfwiT 5Tu Totals..... 13 18 7U3 rRAXXS. IIerklmsr....84 131 220 280 1U8 481 582 840 735 818 Clermont. ...72 132 202 208 ,3 418 407 585 088 7U8 I'mplre J. E. Eagleton. Scorers J. Adams and M. II, fipabu. icoirs asm. 8ARAKA& CLSBMOIfT. S ,"v A frw. -S. X A Smre. Harlland 2 3 8 1311 C. F. Smith. ..2 4 4 148 Adams 3 2 5 153 B. Mollll 3 5 2 IS K. Tweedy.. ..4 3 187 W Smith 1 8 8 130 II. Crclfelds...2 8 5 14)1 F. Ualiuan. .. 2 4 4 151 Loveli 3 5 2 1K3 It. Iiannlster.,1 5 4 150 Total 14 IB 31 785 Totals 021 20 745 raAira, ftatansc 75 1B3 230 312 3H3 450 538 821 711 7S1 Cleimont 5U 134 210 .81 371 457 5V0 005 tITl) 745 Umpire 8. II. Uoruish, Bcorers II. C. Van lllper aud William L'rrllel'lE. .V'rwAns. Dec, 12, The following scores wera rotted In the Montgomery tournament to night; riKsr uANc Berkeley Fred Mnlnes. 188: Otto. 173; Frank Malnes. 140; Cnfchlan. IKO; Welngarlh, 237. Tnlai. WJC,. Atalama-Leonard. 1N4: llalsei', 181; Millar, 174; Uerutlck, 181; bdwards. 180. loial. sou. SCCOSDOAMr. Alatanta-IiConard. 144; Halssy. 147: Millar, 181; Ilernilck, 101: Edwards, 131. rutat, 828. Alpha .Nn. 1-llooth. H,5; lluyiar. 178; Ilartpeace, 140; hrauks. 21U; Koll. 182. Total, 755. ruinu GAUL Alpha Na 1-Booth, 207; lluylsr. ISO; Ilartpence, 172i FiankB.17o; Koll. 175. Total, S54. Herkeley-Wed Malnes, ll7: oil.,. 202; Frank Main as, 143; Cogblan. 1U0; rTelugsrlh, 104. Total, uua. The Ssctlon A. T. M c. A. Leagne rames.played at Ibe Twenty-third street alley, on Saturday nlgut, resulted tn a victory aud defeat ur the hums team. The scores; risrv GAXB. Harlem Branch-Church, 144: Eaglsson, 150; Bald win. I..H: .Newklrk. 183; Ureen. 108. Tolai.al2. TueniV'thlrd streei Branch Cox, 178: lleuchert, 188; Holier. JUl'j klcho. 100; Kllng. 158. TotaU 80J. sscono gsmk. Harlem Branch Church. 145: TUgleson. 128) Bald win Ills; Kewsirk. 124; Brern.177. Total, 707, Twcuiy'lhird street Branch Uox, 141: KeucherL IDS; llouer, 140; Elclie, 180; Kllng. 158. Total, 788, The games In section 11 of Ibe Y. M. C. A. Leegue, rlaycd al tho WathUigtoa Heights branch alleys on Saturday night, were both won by tho Bedford team. The scares: nsir GAB-a, Bedford Branch-MeF.lroy, 202 Bchroltt. 147; Wil liams. 133; Burrage. 181: Starr, 1UX. Total. 805. Washitiglou llslghts Branch atlace, 14U; Drexler, 111; Ohm, 137i Taylor. 115; Kncb, 158, Total, 888. SICJ5U GAM. Bedford Branch McKlror. 218; Schmttt, 184j Wll. Usins. 158; Burrage. 185: Starr, I'M rotal. 827. Wa.hlnglon Heights Hrancb Wallace, 188; Prexler, 1UJ; Ohm. 145; Taylor, 117; Koon. 160. lotsl. 71L The games In Section A o(the Y. M. C. A. tournament nn Saturday evening, which war rolled on Ihe Bedfard Club's Brooklyn alleys, wera won by Ibe latter club. The .cores: muT omr. Usdford-I'hllllpa. 181: TV. Auk am p. 140; MeniU, 1511: Donald, 178; P. Ankams, 144. Total. 7WX Wa.hingion llslghts-Scoft. 124; cralg.n, 158; Chrl.iiansou, 188; Tweedy, 128; hMrcbner. 158. To- !UL700. SUSP GAM. Bedford-Pbllllpa. 152: W. Auk amp, 180; KonalL 118; liouald. 161) V. Aukamp. I S3, loial.782. U'aahUvtua lieUbts-BsoiL lit; Cralzcn, 103; csirlettauta, 118 TwMdy, 147i Xtrohaer. US. Ts- TbeJsresy City Club defeats the Central laamet flrooklyn npon tbe formers allays on Saturday nighi n Both Section A, Y. it. V. A. Leagn. games. Th scores: IISST GAMS Jersey nity-Knsar. l.lli taiitnrr.lM.lswmiann.JlO; Wright. 187: Rudd. ox, 202. TntKseil. Central-I.uptnn. ItlAi Kan ifiii Bogart 181( D Kitsrre, 1 31; Heicer. 128. Vols', ,14. sscexn GAK. Jsrsry Clly-Ensar. ir.lt Kanknsr.lRll Williams. 185i Wright, 154; Ruddlck. 213, ,, Total. rlllT. Central-Lnpten. 110: Kaur. 150: Bcgart, 145: V Kiterre, 160: spencer, 120. Total. 884, Th Central team In the Section n series of the Y. M. C. A. dsrest.d th Jersey O.ly Club upon tnelr hem al Isysln Broomjnonssturdsy nlgni. lbeicorest nasi cktr. Csntral-Rhannon. 1T2: Bnhnsr. l.Wi Kllnck. 13H Wempahl, 140; Porter, 117. Toial. 748. Jersey Cliy-Wsion. 140: lluninnn. I41 Eshsr, 153; vthllesld, 128; Lucas, 188. Tola), 730. stro.in OAni. Central-Bhannnn. 1451 Bohner. lift: Kllnok, 183: Welnpahl. 188: Porter, Iii7. Total. 744. Jersey i.ity-Weston, 102; lliiiunsn, 122: Esher.lBl: Whiteside, 15U; Lucas, 14L TotaU U.2. Th roulta of th two weekly linndicup prlxe games of our Howling Club rolled on their alleys in tho ten nis court bulUUug. 213 West rurl)-:lisi alreel, are as follows! nitsT raxk. .Team No. I-Carn.ll, 1HI; Dntib'.eday. 114; rerrts, 145: V. T. Luqueer. 1.1(1 Total. 5S5. jeatn .No. 2-McKeon, IIS; W..I. Peck. 10 : ralterson, 187. Tolal. 475. Ill-HMD CAUI. Team.fti. t-Carro',1 184; Doubtsdar. lir.: rrrls. 112 A. V.. Toussalnt, lilt); K. K Peck, 1,8. Total, 72a Team No. 2-F. T. Lit lueir. H.5: VcKean. 153; N. Peck, 138. Patterson, 155. Total, lion. Tba second series of game, in tnnnirn'a tournament, lolled last evening, resulted la tbe follow lug .cores: na.r cams. Adonis. Ko.l-Cordes. 177: llngan. 184: Sauer, 124; McCasiin, 145: teiu 141. Total. 754. eiWi?"" --.Vf'i"' lSv- stuiitiai, 130: Detsauer, 118; Mahouey, 151; linnn, 107. lotal. eim. BXIUNO UAMS. s.?Sn!'.,.T?1' 'iVj crn,t'rJlll,l Taylor, 174; Bns kirk, 111; (lauz. 151 Total, 72s, Acorn No. 2-llarrls. lltii; Kuurod, 122; Desiauer. 184; Maboney, 151; Zann, 15M. lolul. 7ai. Foc-h Oaixor, Dec. 12. The niverslde Athletic Clnh bowling team or Nrnark r-i.iird an exciting contist with tha South Orange Ftrld I'm'itram on the latter'a alleys tonight. Both tea.na belong to the Morris and lvsex llnullng Leagje. Lach won a game by a smull lead. Tbe scores! rinr oamk. South Orange Flsld Club-Wilght. ir.e: Smith, 157: Roberta. 124: llrail.haw. 158; Sinclair. Isl, Inlal. 770. It. A. C rueiz. 15J: Let er. in-': sutuur, 151. lonoi klus, 141: I'leriou. 151. Total. 75U. SXCOSO GAXR. Sooth Orange FleM Clult-Wrliht. 168; Smith. 130; Itoberls. 128; Brailshaw, 172: Sinclair, 141. Total, 737, K. A. C-Cndlr, 13(1; Heller, 1.V-: S.aular, 151; Tompkins, 182; l'isrson, 1 18. Total, 7 10. Belter Srorlna; Rulea for Bowline; Wonted. To thk EniToa or Tux Sex Sirt I want tn call yonr attention to a glaring fault In Die existing scoring methods or th bow ling clubs of the inctroi olllan dis trict, and tbat Is Ihe Inaccuracy of their data la tho making np ot a howler's average in a tnaich game, lor Instance, a howler In a nve men team makes a scuro vl 181 in tbe tirst gam of a match and 151 lu the second, thereby iiiaklnr an averavo or 150. An other bowler scores 181 mills drt game and 150 lu bis second, giving him an average uf 15S14 But tho nrs tiowier is charged with a tiital of eight missed siiaris and nve ia ores to score tbe tenth pill 011 tho third ball, nnd has not been deputed 01 a single cbanca for a spare by a "split," while the other howier baa en countered three ".plus" in tits two game recall and la only rbargeii with n total of three mis. mi spares and with but ono failure to score the tdlilh pin on tho third hall. Now these I gure oceir.ed in a.-luai play In a match between the li-atus OT tbe Lincoln aud Oxrord colli- nn Dec. rt. Taking tile points scored nut count ing the Ulis.ed spares, tnhecil tenth pin, and splits the ditterence In the nierage figure l but 2 points, put It will rea illy he se, n nh.il an liiiinrtHiil inher ence would lollnw in the two sets of figures bad the ml. sed spares, nil-sed tenth pins, and the " .pits" on each side been taken into account Kl data In r.tlina tlug the p.ay nf the two howier.. As th" method or making up tue aterages Is now the data does not lu cludo tl.e errorsof eaeh bonier; the points cured being siiunly bunched lu ihe t.lals. without regard lo errois la play. 1 routend that ea?h .core of a trn-frame game lu which rite iron lake part ehonll tnchnir, rrst. tlioric orilnftbo total score of tie- t.n Iralnc: .eritnd. the tolal strikes still .pares, an. I, tolrd. tue total missed .pare., ml-.ril lenlh itis, and lie total "Sl'llls"; and that these tv.o error, recnnls itntlthe one lo.l chance recordiiut ennrs sboiiid compitse the data 111 mak ing up tha nrersse; Ji s' hh the'Mut o.t.s ' and "a.-siatauce.- In a basrtiall 1 c re are ofl.et tiy the " error" ro.utun. In a uil.-eil.pare iin-l a iiiiH-ril teiitti il!i the bowler hasln-o chances to toitiit p.tmia o:leieil linn winch he rails to at cent. In a ". lit" a breni: of the balls atler a talhira io score a strike. huh de'oi.rs tho bowler from a chancu lor a spare tliu bowler la deprived cf a cbanoe to make a .iron, polu . and it should ba ere llleltohlm in the data lor aieai,'ea In.t as mlss-d spares and ml-.ed trntli pint slmiild be charged aga.nst him as erior. Df ciurte there shouM, In the code of bowllrg rule., be clautes accurately dcAning missed spares and .puts, iiihl-r .u.iie . ich nils as de.lne brae hits and error, tu lia.vli.Ul I n.-1-r Ilia exlslinguie hod of .ciring olnls lor a l,n!ers aver, age, the averages are no true enter on 01 a bowler's aktll, as they woii'd ba weru nits. (it spares, tuls-ed tenth pins, and ".pitta " taken into account. I merely give these ns aug.-r.tious which I hate louud from experience In sioilng In the Interclub League bowling toatches. tabc-wort.iyoTST''l'dnote, -- Very trulyyoms. Hkxrt CnAnaicg. Brooklyn. Dec. 11. llottllnc: Osmrs To-nlKht. AKKR1CAX XATIOVAI. TOCRNA1JVST. Empire vs. (lotham, (Jotbaji va. West Shore. Weat Ehoro vs. Empire. AMKHICAX AMATKITR nOWLTO t'SIOV. Section B. Suralltislon 1 Hlooiiilngdaie va fl-lp. at BloomlngdaU alleys; Vtlusor s. ot Lud, at Wiusor alleys. bection 8. SuMivi.lon 3-Cenilworth ra. Standard. at KeullwortU ullcys. ATI1LKTIC IKACtTr. Klilabcth A, C.vs. Orange A. C at Elizabeth A C alleys. AUArsl'K A.SOCtATIO.f. Wetlfield A. C. vs. Orltanl F. C. at Westlleld A. C. allays. raosrrcr hciguta tocuxaxkxt. Occidental vs. Ansonia. Annuul Meeting; of the 31. A. C. Tho annual meeting of the Manhattan Ath letic Club was held last night The jiiincipal business of tho meeting was the report of Treasurer Storm aud tho discussion ot pro posed amendments to tho constitution. The Treasurer's report showed th following facts: Assets of the club Not. 30, 18.12 Sl.l7n.li07 3.) Liabilities or aUkluds li.',5..",37 11 surplus tr,ir.,a;u 28 Ixitse. for year: Ilcslauraut 118,2(18 87 Ham. 118 57 Barber shop 224 oil Total losses $18,812 43 Proms Bar 8IU.878 70 Cmr. 4.2S7 7U LlilltM 5,875 23 Howling al.ejs :.0ll 52 Itiaerange 211 20 Lvdgiug 12.HK8 UJ Tolal proflls ,S4U,5tl.i 25 Net piolll lory ear 2a,HMt S2 Total cash receipts from All sources ,51i2,:lI5 8.) Amounts paid lor ntlilatiou lees 241joo Dues l;.0,2l3 0. There was a lively discussion on the follow ing proposed amendment to the by-laws: Amend Article III., Sect! n I, by sub muting the fol lowing! - Tho treasurer shai. tar the custodian or ihe funds of theclub. and pay all bills passed u, ihe Audit ing Committee, returning a-iuie to tiiem when receipt ed. 1'iai ttiuy may be credited lo bis account." Aiticle Vll Add sectlun 3 Tbe Auditing Committee shall uavo charge of a:l imok. or accounts beiongn.g to the eluu. aud no pun-liases niust be made, ur contracts to expend money enter I into, by any commutes or utllcersol tbe ciuh, wllbuut .umn being approved by ibla committee, and no payments tons', be made i,y 'li. muter without their approval, 'mis lonnullteo must u.ake au llcralxed report each month to the Uoard of Uovernors, and a yearly repoit to iho club. Alter a hot debate tho proposition was do featod. Ota dozen proposed amendments the only one passed was one allowing ilu governors to reelect, without initiation fee, a peisoii who had been a membor, but who tind resigned. The annual election will be heiu lu two Weeks. Hide In Aid or the Blveralde Day .Nurarry, The Hlverslde Day Nursory. a most deserving Institution, of which Mrs. a M. Williams Is treasurer, will have a grand benefit ride nt Durland'a Academy. Columbus Plaza, to-morrow evening at tt o'clock, Tho ride will be under the supervlMn'n of Mr. Durlund. which Is a guarantee of its sue cef. There will bu tomn jumping and driving exhibitions in addition to the lobular llilo ; programme. Ice Yacht New From Up Ihe Hudson. Kswscaon, Dec, 12. Th Ice on Orange Lake Is now over four inches thick, and If the wealher conlliiuis ceidther will be excellent lc boating la a day or tw. Commodore lllgglutou of ll t'lub has lusrd nothing irora Capt. J, Is, Weaver or ths scu.l of shreas hury, whofaoliltike Van .No.lranilclisiiiri'.ii.li.li cup of America. It Is ten day ago sit.es Me Co'tiaiudore .eat lb Captain an offer! race lor me cup at Hopairong and allow tbe Scud's uwuer.o for r i, eii.es or i . lr th cup and IMsi, tbe evrni to lake place al inati.' Lake, and allowing the ssuis amount for expensra in bringing th Uud up hare, Hut reply hss yet hs.n tMelr d. and lb up-river Ice yaiinnuen r wonder ing what ba bappentd to Ibe terteura ot the New Jsrssy lc boalmeu. A Vacancy on Ihe llcnch or Pennsylvania. HAniusBURO. Dec. I2.-TI10 resignation of the Hon. John Dcnn of Hollldnysbuic us 1'ro tidlng Judge of the Twenty-fourth Judicial district of Pennsylvania, to take effect Dec. 31. was received today at the Executive De partment. Judge Deun h successor will nut be appointor! until lit rssignatlon takes effect. The Tweaty-aecoad'a iVrw UaaUmnater. Col, Camp presided at a meotloc of the board ot officers of the Twenty-second' Itegl- ment held In the Armory last evening for tho furpose of aolectlnc a bandmaster to Bticce; d he Tate lamented (Fllmore. , D. W. Beeves, tho present leader ot the regimental band, was (.elected from a list ol twelve applicant. ' ' ' FURNITURE Suitable For Before the Holiday Rush. lirooklyn furniture Co. 553 to 571 FULTON ST., Brooklyn, N. Y. f INSTANT RELIEF " FOR COLO IN THE HEAD. V (CORYZON S V CATARRH AND HAY FEVER. S SOLD BY ALL URUOOISTS f V IN BRliOXLY-N. J f INSTANT RELIEF A J FOR COLD IN THE HEAD. V SORYZON V CATARRH AND HAY FEVER. J' SOLD BY ALL 0RU0GIIT8 f V IN BROOKLYN. J " INSTANT RELIEF A J FOR COLO IN THE HEAD. iCORYZON) V CATARRH AND HAl FaVER. S 80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS f V IN BBtKHtLTS, J WHO WILL RE CAPTAIN T To.dny Princeton Will Try to Beclde on at I.cnilcr for Her Football Team. Pmscr.Tpsr. Dec. 12. Tho football interests of rrlncpion men nil cep.lnVarotiQd the most tneof tlio'Footb.ill Association to be held herrt to-morrow night for tho purpose of electing offlcors f"r the coming year. Who shall cap tain tho Tlgors next year Is still an open ques tion. Capt. Elnc protests that he does not enro for tho position, thinking that he can serve the team much belter by bis Individual workuthulf back. Theonlv othor name now prominent among the candidates Is that of Vincent. There-has l.eon considerable specu lation during tho past week as to whether Capt. Kmc's mantle would not fall upon him. Vincent N very popular notli among the play 014 and the students, ati'l many an ardontwlsh has Peon epr,-sroil dining tho past few days that lie might lien nt tbe position. It Is counted bvnll a misfortune that Mncent could not nlnv this year owing to his injuries, and iiiiiMi conlldtfiiee Is expressed In what h will develop next season. Ho will not talk much himself about the probabilities of hln election, affirming thnt Im does not care for tho position. '1 hu inilv consideration urged iignln-t him h his position on the line. It Is thought hy some thnt ho would find it a diffi cult matter to watch his men from tho end of the line, and Hint this disadvantage may he of sufficient weight to Induce him to refuse the position. The college In ceneral would be about equally well satisfied if either lie or ('apt King should bo the luadorof their team fertile coming year. Hasol-ali practice has begun In the cngo. The new men who hove begun practice lire Lindsay. Young. Cherry, Crelph, and Neelv. 'H4: Snyder, (iould. lllair. F. It. Thompson. Foster, and W. D. Ward. 'Iir; potter. Small. Turner. Wilson. Harrlman. l'dliot. W. P. Thompson, nud Titus. "M. 1 .Tnnica McCren,! 1'ulc ISludent, Arrested. Na- Hav.v, Pec. 12 Tames A. McCrea. a fre.bmaa of Yale und oie of tbo regular football eleven, was ar rested on a warrant by Sergeant Cowles this afternoon. He is charged vv nil l.reai-h of the peace and assau't up-'tl ilinll Adh-r, lb' bass viol player wh'l was In jur.it 1 n the eye by pou.Ier and land from a torpedo. it I. a leuidtlial McCiea .n one of the party In th box srilh student ll'everhaeuser, and that be partlol jiateil In tho terpedn throw lug. . C'l'osa.cintntry llitnncra of llarvnrd. CtMi.iaiid, Pec. 12. Tho annual cross-country run of tho Harvard Attilettc As. oci.ition was held this after noon asa doss t'i the striesof hare nnd hounds runs which havo heeii tu progress this fatl. Thsre were fourierii sinners ali.l the time of ten of these nas rig.stvreil. The course extendid over a length of flvo and a nu.irtcr miles. From start to finish the 1, aji-r.. Maltley. Mchols, and Fvulon. kept close together, sua the tnlsh In front of the Law School was n verypriitr en. Mi'lmls canto la leading. Willi Man.ey a f' " st-p heslad him 8 nl'li-lily. Just hercrc Hi i crns.e.l lis line. Mauley 111 nle ft lieauttfill .''irtanl pa..ed hi. 111. 111. coining in iirst In aaiiiii" e s.'4 seconds. I'ol.ou ir.g Is Ihe time of tho i.r. '" , fyf I v". 1. J. Manlec. 'I3 ',..11 f It. It. T. Fo 2. J.O Mrfiols. 1. tlil.1 4.'l! 7. Ii V. i '18,n 3. W. renlnn. !..-. 111! 41.1 UK. ,,?!, 4. .I.li.i'oull.lge.'li.-iill 0.1, S. J. A.sie'O' I S''J"' 5 j IV. Rli.rs. H. A K. I'liluail. VM JO silliaaky. '115. .35 01 1J. II. I- IJilltlj I. s.3'' -u A New Home for Ihe Indians. Tliepsrii.'enci'cf tin IM.ilme A.C. In their tuit nflersult.il'la club premises has at length been re warded 111. Iiavc secured a li ne of tlie entlra til"' nnd fourlh M.'i of the 'argc Iniihlllu-at the souths e-l coruirnl smi-Wli tre.-t nnd Third avenue, wit'i Piirnf enroll on i ue s, led. Ihey expect to m. .(ace tm ft viiihasiuin. a parlor and bath. enru. I" "i nnli. iil.ng i-.ii's The nece.mry alterations .. i fs i rii.e tiirouv.. wiiluiut di.;ay, and I're.lJent Hurre i ii.iuk li premises trill be leady for occupation by Xuu ,n .i.a), Work nn the Football Field. The rhanipinn 1 hi. tie. played the Uayouii)' Rovers a i.Mi'1 of football under Association rules al Manlier I' nk on riiiuuav, an I. atler an exciting i uuieil, detea'.. ei tiiem oy a .cure of Avail goa s toone. An Interesting game of to. alia. I under un t' ,,'-', I me was plated on riatiirday on Jer.e, ( ui II i- belweeii eleven, rrprestiillng the IL (I I'un Mercanm Airliryand Ilu Uelgeti Jim or. of St Ji.r'Y Alter well'id.tyeil contest, lastliignn hour, the .v.-eiiev soys won. iho nniil.cire siunding It U Dun ylsn'sut. Agent y, 14; Percn Juniors, sv THE BEST t'lSUrt't!' Isthobojt Wood Medicine liccatie tSKItvrfl ItasslstsnaturototliroH ,;J.,",i": xSftaaJI l,uritleoftlielilti'l.adattbenis time ton-s iiii the entile lUKaui.ui ' ""J ,f,ir ciitrar.viitiie'ifcrr.ol tlie 1;'' .' ",',', '',,,',. .hi cury. sarsiiiiillU mlxttiies. will' h '.'"'i ""''' u Imiiurillci Hi tbo sjstetii Hiiis inoiliieiiiB much alUaiora aud euffcrlug, 'ipuffme, fora BLOOD MEDICINE B.S. . in luv inactive a a tonic, and for blouu troubles, and have been vcr " l,f "'"V 'PVl used a rriiic'lv which pat os'iib gcncrAl gatuio tioa tuiuiscir and ratieniB. . '!.. II. liiTCHY, M. 11.,-Macker, Ind." Trcdttits onhl'wil and skin illsrases mailed free, BWHT ol'W.'IFIC CO, AtUuU, 0. I '