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4 THE SUN. THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 18H
NOW FOR REAL BASEBALL! kmw ronni inoiiriu inxa cbobb BATB TO-DAT. WareTa Mas I "flee l .ll1.-lll.ftr le Flay Mkert , wltk Clark sad Weeter veil aUfcr A I.lil:a Tm fell far ara Praatlae la Mreekly-a - e.-et.. Al 3 -. o'clock thli afternoon tha local t.esa bM irlioi will be formally opened at lha Polo ground by th New York and lha tlma-hon-ord Jilcni of Manhattan ' oliev Tk New York playara havi dona luat month rr (llmlnary xrellng to bo 111 oxeollont eomll tloa for tho draggle. Tha teataia will ba at follows: Kt. Veal Clsrl aail Weetervelt, pitchers; Wilson n. boils. ca'rh.-ri. t osner nrai l.aae. Ward, .ernn. bale. Uvu ihul tiase, MatTerd. short nop H .r.s, Isft fala, vu lUilrsa. caulra nail; Tlarnaa, rist.l lit. Ji.-.e v..i',n. pitcher; O'Ssll, eetcrter; fl Conner, iritbiie. Venning Second bate lUtcni Ihlrd ties.. raanan iherl Hop, Collins, lafl laid, n riea. aaatra aaid. aa.-ar, risoi rleH t'mpirta-Hartlar ad Sharldaa At to-dat'a tima. and, lo fact, all through tha comma eibli Itlon aarlaa. holders of -on booka will bo admitted to tha I'ologrounde free of charge. Van llaltn-n reported at the ground In. the morning. Virion ha knock ad on th aid gate ba waa confronted br a new gatekeeper, who Infomicl him that only players wora al tnitta.l " When an had established hla identi ty he want over tu tha club house, end waa warnolr aroatod br tha plarara. lie looked a trifle thin, but told Thk Mvi reporter that ba waa In hla usual blaring form. Aa he stood In tha mid ilia nf than Id In the afternoon, dressed in Ms atreet clothes. Huperloteodant Rail, who waa chaaina tba man and bora off. auddanlr turnd to Van, and. wltb a majaatlo ware of tha arm homed ' (let off tbo Hold, therai onlr plarara ara allowed In here" When Mr Hell discovered Inter that ha bad been leeulng ordeie to tha new centre Haider, hla faca took on a beautiful hluah that mad him really hsntlroine. Rpesklngof baseball in general. Van Haltran aald to Tiic Bun r- " Although 1 plarad ball in California laat wlntar, I have had a rcat of two montha and am readr for hii'lnoaa Tha Pittsburgh team will ba aaay for Now York thla rear, aa 1 think ur team outclasses liucksnberger iirowil In 'err war. l'lttat.urajh onlr haa one pitcher allien, who amounts to anything, and I don't believe ha will bothar ua much thla rear. Nichols of tha Bostons mar aot do a wall thla aaaaon aa laat. Ha pitched aome varr hard tan In 'Frisco and aiad eurves nearlr all tha time, which mar hare affected hla arm. I do aot believe In winter baaebail, and aball not indole In It again." George Harla. tho heavy-hlttlng third bsae nin, did mora work during the dar than anr tlier plarar. Ha ! down to weight and la feeling aa fine a allk. " l.aat rear nir throw ing arm bothered ma." aald he. " I verr time 1 throw to drat bale mi arm dropped br my aide. I could not lift It a hiarh a mr head. But now It teela all right aad I auoa I can make Hoaer jump onoa In a whlla thla sum- The eranka were all discussing tha Ituaia. rariell matter rcatenlav. It oan ba stated positively that the club compromised mattara with the big pitcher and will do the unit with rarreii. According o a tacit understanding mong tha League slabs, ball plarera' lalarlaa ara limited to 'J.4i". No signed contract promulgated br l'raaldent N. P.. Young call For anr more moner, Uu tbere are plarara who gat mora than that just tba aerae. Huala'a algned contract rail for the limit, but 1 reaa- ' urerTalaott admits that he will "make him a I brass:. t" when he reports for duty. In other word. Amoe will receive prett r cloae to S.'.ixxi thla rear. Far roll's caa 1 the lame. Ha will algn a e'-'.-too contraot and will receive a present." Thl can ba hanked on. tOO lOI.lt I OH MVCU PHACTICE. Tha llro.it. tr. Oaaa- With th. "Pal-re1 Dia Mel Take Piaee. Nearlr one hundred admirer of th Brook lyn ball player journeyed to Kaatarn I ark yaaterdar afternoon with the hope of elng a baaebail game. ('apt. Foutr, through Thk Sum yaaterdar morning, had axtendad an Invita tion to tha I'o.ytechnlo taatltute ntna to meet tha llrooklrna. This Invitation waa good. provided tha weather waa moderate. It waa too eold for a game, howivir. The "loir" aaw that whan recitation ware over and they had (tartad borne for their uniforms. Accord ingly they did not go to Eaalern Fark at all. Not all of Foutz'a men wore at tha ground. About half a dozen plarar. Including Capt Foutx. George Bhocn. (Jllbert and Traadway. kept warm by taking turn at tha bat and In tha box. The cutting wind which came direct irom tha bay made actual practice ImpoaaiMo The men kept awav from hot grounder. They ust practleed batting. Foutx and Hhooh altar bating In throwing the bail in. Treadwar had arrived from tha West during the morning. He want to Fastern Park early In the afternoon, and at once dunned an odd uniform and joined tha bors at practice. Treadway's appearance was unexpected. rout thought that ha was snowbound. This In fact was what kept Treadwar from report ing on Monday, the day that he waa expected. To Tux St n reporter, who had a chat with blm, Traadway said: " I feel about all played out. but thought that b little practice would do me good. The jour key from Han Franciaoo waa a long on. and waa yerr tiresome. 1 left on Tuesday a week ago. and was due In Now Yorw two dayaago. For forty-eight hour, howev-r.we wer enow bound. Thl oci'urmd beiiveen North Piatt Jnd Cneyenne. I will be in t-uod condition or Satui diir'e game, however, in aplt of that tedious dolay. Treadwar batted with vigor and showed that he haa a "good eye." Ifo expect to du plicate bl batting record made in t allfornla thi winter. While with tbe 'aklanda Tread Way played an left Held. Thl la the position that he will play for the llrooklrna Tread war aald that a lout. wautd blm to coyer that territorr be wnuld do so. and would cover It to th beet of bl ability. A Traadway Is left-handed, there was aome gossip to the iffei't that ba could not play so well In left laid a ha euld in right. Ill record In field -ng in tha California League shows that tha position make little difference to Troadway. lteecl. li in ( allfornla ia on the decline, ao aordlng to Treadwar- Tha people out there have had the game with scarcely a break for three yeara. and they are getting tired of th apart. It is iilared all tba rear round, with tha exception of five or aix weeks, whi-n the rainy season tomporarilr put a atop to tho play. Traadway lays that the California climate 1 luat th thing to get a n au in con dition for th National League aeon. Tread Way look well and I tockler than ever. rreeldent Urine eaw the playeia practice yoaterday. Mr liyrno is ' sawlne wood and earing nothing." and he haa mat aa many 'Irons in the lire" aa ever This means that dilatory players would better 'ook out for themselves and come luto tha fold. Harvare'e li ... kail -ih.HsIf, CaxtriRiiMiK. March vs. The flrat full and ravlsed schedule of game arranged for tha present season waa given out by Manager Wil liam of th II 4i vti.i n. no to-day. With tha exception of one or two date on which prac tice game may l played with soma of tha ami professional teams about I'oaton. the Hat la complete and Duel. Thirty-two game are scheduled with four open dates (if these the large proportion of nineteen will ba played In Cambridge. The list la aa follows ; April 3. Andovsr st OaaabfedfS! Ariril 111. Turts al CaibOrUtfS -.urn II. Kislar al ambrldg-e Aloll 14. Wlil'sui. al Wll.lsimlu 11 sum! Id T.cDn- imy al Csuibrolis Ai.r.i -o. Ainlo.r at Aiiuovr April 31, llartututitli st lUuui .r April 24. I'ar.inuuib at, t aiu arioga; April 'i . Auiiisrst al ( suiiiridao. April 2d. tiarluwiiib at su.iriis s.nl ,-H lh.lv Cross si loresttsr April SO. Bosdnln si snon .l.r; lav 'J Wlhlauis al l sui'.ridrfs Msv b. rrlmoiuu al Pru.cs aB Msy 7 liiiv.i.itv nf I'viiusvlvsaia si I'hl sitsl akia, Mar lo. rlrosaal i aialTiilgv. Ms- 12 Aubsrst at Aiuusrst. May 14. i.iu stsy HI. iria.iyat Us krldss. Msy 11. Hi. .en al Pvovldaara; Msv -j l i, mm Mir 1 1 I ulvsrsitv of xtciilasn at s. d; i us. Mar Jo. t'alssrslty of fsuusylvauia st t auiuriu-,.. M-y So trViiK-viou st Csinbriiise. June -. Frlucstou. p.s.sto tss dsi i.leil. in cess or a II. . June J. i.rursaisea at Cambridss. la esse if no lis eitti fnu- ston. Jau &. fgely Cross at Cambridge Juas H. I aivsrsuy of Vsr ruul al ( auibrtdtfs Juus y. Brow al Previdsac.; aas 11. opea Jnus 13. hrewn at raiubridaa. Julia Id. epsa. luns II. Yslsat laaibrldge luasjaj, Tais al ksw Mavsa. Juua So. lala at Haw Tert Mveeball Isslsrday. UUBBAT uill. 10; paiNirroN, & PaiKCKTON, March VK lbree hundred tu dnt at la the cold tuia afternooo for over two hour watohlng tba Tlgara play their flrat game on the horn grounda Th mi sing teem war the Murray llnl of New York. The day waa too cold for good basal a. 1. aad th playing wa rathei loos oa both .1 las. but ehirlr on l'rlnetoo'a Th vlaitlug team put up a steed r and strong game throughout Brunnemer pitched a great game. '1 he held log of the Mutrer llilla waa alto very On, and thu laltiug strung- Tha aoure. rat.svus. k eiaasv unit alar.OAi ilsiftLl K S( 24 k IS 1 u 2 1 M..rsu.Lt 2 1 o 1 Pa, i.s it O O 2 0 I Ehls 2J 0 1 0 O bw.,4r fO 110 Ul.i.ilrl. Ul 1 a I o lrsr.cLaxd.crO O O O o atnilp. c 3 14 10 Uuuslur. Me.l 0 12 O trust ia Mb O 2 1 1 0 lliurol. p O 2 I) 1 n to rs ui ssO 001 sru.lf. s A 0 0 3 1 ii.i-L-. r f 1 0 o 0 1 Olio 11 k i 4 HI o I kt k uiiii f 1 1 4 0 0 Wi nun, 0 0 01 br-uasu.sr.pl 2 0 1 u AltUlAB. P. . 0 0 O 1 - .a .o i i o o ioiais io a 17 7 2 Uudssv. c I I 0 0 o f IslAla 110 27 15 si PriB.slun o o il 1 o o 0 0 2 8 tarrei U.lu .... . I o u o i : r, ,j sVraea ruaa Murray Hi Is. 3 i kroo. g-.raa. aiolsu ues s - Us.sn faLA Jsaas oa tei.s 03 kruaasrasr. a HiiArett. t etr Altaian. 4 straatt ett-ty knaaaja. i y lYltt-enlt it by Altnaa 4. rssasd kalla- Willi. 1 Umpire Can pbelk it i -oin Biim, 14: rtntTi ynwa, 2. Tha nawly orgaoired All-CnllegUt baseball team, composed of old college baseball favor ites made their first appearance at the Prospect lam parade ground yoaterday In a practice fame with a picked n ike of mi-profession ale. unn. formerly of the I anlaiu College team, essayed to pitch for th collegians, and wa vrr effective striking out thirteen man. 1 Nicholson, lata of Fordham. made a good showing behind the bat. The eeore: Aiic,.siaa 1 o I Q 1 0 0 f-14 ricked Nine .... 1 00000000 1 vav ji, cADtrra, 4 : Tst.g, 3. AtvcAPoUta, March 2H -A fine game of base ball was p'ayed at tha Naval Acalemr thla afternoon between Yal and the Naval adeta A good-alred crowd braved tha biting wind which came over th bay. There waa no ecore until the elx'h Inning, when 1 ale made three runs and tha Cadet ona The New Haven boy were blanked In tha remaining Innings There waa great ant huaiaem when tha eallore won In the ninth Inning. Theaeore: i .l.i. 0 fl 0 0 o 1 0 3 14 i.i. o o o o o a o o o a stlsrlss isard aad Teaisr; Oaathar and llraeaway. utoaakTOWTt, 20 i witxiAMa, lfj. WAHtHfiToaj. March 2M -(leoraatown Collga to-day defeated the William Collage nine In alp-lit Innings by a aoore of '" t I't. In the nrsl Inning Itshen of Georgetown wa struck la the mi ht a leal ball batted by hlnieelf anal retired. Tha ecore. (.'rastnwa 0 ft 7 3 t 3 0 1 -30 WHhaoia O 4 o a o o I 6 14 Rrrers oeerffatewn. t winisms. a Baaa tilts Osnraslnwa, 17; Williams. 12. ftatisrlss oeorfstowa i I armody, Bshaay, as Mahonsy; Wlltlama Lewi Claris, aa4 Draper. trta.skail Nsli.. t hsrs la a teller at thla offles for Tom Kstarbreeb t ..'living March 2a The Lonlivllle niaaagameat Is anything bat pleased evev lbs actioa of Catahar oriin In rsrasla lo sign a eoatraot, and unless he soon Bin net his slgnalare ba wilt ba Blaytd en Ihabsnrh Hut season wlllmal a salary vies I'rssldsnt Rnch- tulil left lha cily to-nlahl oa bassball business, pre sumably for CtnslBaatT, where li is expert ha win minplsfs ths assl for Ike asebaaga ef atrattoa ana Weaver for Murpby. D1BCOKD JH IBB YARVXA Jl C Oareasea Petltlea fkr tke A kollllea ef kale. kail B.elae itlaaa la (IrS.r. There are two factlona among tha membera of thaVaruna Boat Club of Brooklyn. Ona faction comprise tha oarsman of the club, whlla tha other It made up of tha baseball players. Each faction la up In arms against tha other. Tha baseball contingent ara tha cause of tha row, whlla tha oaramen ara tha one Who started It. Tha differences existing between tha two faction may cauaa a apllt In tbaolub. A week will decide the matter. Th whola traubla haa been brought about by a petition which tha oaramen are causing to be vigorously circulated preparatory to aendlng it before tha Hoard of Ooyarnora at the maatlng of that body next weak. Tha pe tition la aimed to kill the game of baseball In tha boat club that la. ao far aa match gamea of any kind are concerned. Tha oaramen want these game abollahad. It 1 not the games that tbe oaramen object to so much a the orowd that cornea to view the game. Thl crowd haa been aoouetomed to overrun tha grounda Invado the club houae. and Inconvenience the rowing contingent generally. It haa been aald that afteragama articles of clothing hare been nild. Coniiuntly the oaramen believe that aj. ec lat ra should be excluded from th ground and tha petition. It la understood, i to that affect, should tha governora eonalder tha petition In a favorable light, tha eucce of it will outiil tha death knell of the ball gamea. No spectators, no gamea Tha spectator brlog money into the club' treasury. Treas urer I'unnn Is authority for the statement that the revenue derived from tho games Is heavy ; and accordingly he favora the basehall people from a financial standpoint, although ha admit that the crowd that usually pay in that revenue Is undesirable. In spite of the fact that the game may ba doomed within a week the ball players are ao tive. The nine ta training vigorously, and Manager (iaynor ha tilled every Sunday date from April Id to tbe middle of (Jotober. A grand stand, with a seating capacity of :ux). I being erected on the grounds at tha foot of l'l 1 1 y-seven th street, and every preparation for a vigorous baaaball season ta being made. Navertheleaa the baaebail contingent Is ner vous, and intend to go Into tba petition them selves. I nless the matter be aettled amicably it is expected that resignation will aome to th Secretary by the wholesale. TJB.V, X TAKE A 1 1 11 Air HOW." M iys l.a.ker. Bad llui'iri Ik Ike (km aaateb Jkanaala JBaey. There wera but faw pet-aona at tha I'nlon Rrjuare Hotel yeeterday t aea th and of tha fifth game of tha great ohaaa match between Htelnitx and Laakcr. but aot a move waa mada, lor when the champion aakad Laakar If ha wanted to play on, Laaicar replied that It waa not neceiaaxr. "Ya I take a draw now," aald he. The envelope In whloh Stelnlta had left his fiftieth moTe. pawn It) rook'a seventh, waa not opened, and tho game wa registered a a draw. The ncore of the match now aland at two a In ecch and a draw. Tba alxth game will be played (hi afternoon at I o'elook. I aiker, who annotated the llfth game up to the twjnty-.iltli move, had the following to add about tn: remainder of the oontaat: "The twenty eighth. tuuy-uliitli. and thirtieth move-j of white weie made under pressure of tl.no aad 1 thereto o did not eeleot tha beat I continuation. Had s played P (J Kt 4 on my twenty-eighth turn, I would have kept my Hi mortal advantage for a time, at any rate, and might perhapa have uceeded in eventually coring the game. However, after my thir tieth move X eould not venture on the same line of plar. l-acauae after 111. I'-yKll.PiF; 92. W x 1. HxP oh 1 Sa K x 11. q -11 4 oh : 34. 11 KM. Ii-y 7 ob; 3&. K -113. 0-n 3 eh would win for black. 1 had therefor no other choice than to offer an exchange of nueena altlt ugh thla really meant playing for a draw. " lleie Stelnltz might have continued hla at tack with queen to knight's third, instead of exchanging ijueeae. Then I should have prob ably continued with rook to king's fourth, and I lixl'oh, K i; ii would have been my re joinder. The end game was clearly in Idack'a favor for a long time, but tha advantaga seemed not sufficient, to force a win. When Stelnltz offered a draw and pointed out his frobabla line of play, 1 was of tha opinion that still had a chance of winning; Put mrop Lonent altered his method of play, and a draw eoama nulla eyldeut after a few mora moves." WAXXKD TO BURN THE DAUKTLISS. Cesassastare Call's Old Taekl Net Hal Tet asd Prekekly Will Nal Me. According to th -Vein London Vau. tba famou acbooner yacht Dauntle. out of respect to th lata Commodore Colt, will not be offered I far aale this year. There waa onca a marked ! dealre. according to the Day, on the part of tha 1 friends of Mr. Colt, and be counted them by I the hundred, to buy the old flagship of the Larcbmont kacht Out and to tow her out to ! a and burn her In houor of har lata com mander Thi proposition was slightly too pagan to find favor with th family, aoit waeaba intoned. It wa like saorlflciug tbe horee of a brave. o that he might have a trust r companion to ride In tbe happy hunting ground liowever. It I naede not auch a burnt offering or eaorilic to keep the memory of Commodore ( oil In the i hearts of hi friend. Tba Dauntle will re. poae all autntner in the Connecticut lllver neer Fssex. Nobody know what hr ultimata late will i e. but the lentous old chip, aiouud which so many pleasant memories and totul n lace n ee clueier. deserves a happy ending to her famuus career. N . Alkltlle Bales at Aaewver. A Miu'. Ah. March VS. After the decided (tape taken by our leading educational Institution for th elimination of anr trace of nofes lonaham from their athletic, and after Andoyer'a recant trout lea with Fxeter. her rival acliool, on this matter, the atbletlo mag nate have Leea forming a code of rulea which are interacting, in that tticy determine who la aud who la nut eligible to plar on an amateur team Aa adopted, they are aa follows: kfs 1 lb looowlBg rules shall soil, i every rs'ii.stats.ifs ef rhinitis Atadeuiy ta eiblsuo coo laelA wLstbtr aa ladivtdual auiupallier er aseuisia bar f s isstii Si 2 he studsal shaU be atlowal to vopreseel . A.A'Uuiy ia anr sui b pubno c uun unless be 1 Is rssular j mi i sd as a asstuber o . las rssrsler of tbe soi.ooi Boil ia p -rsolug slanss IB i lUirvum er labor- no work, as re-tuired br lbs fs. u it est. k ho studsut sbaii oe si e- I to represent a A sJcUif tU Sliy tuCU pobllO llll'. Wbo ettusr tssterc of ctaoa suurtus lbs icuoi .b i uss iut.,11 la Buy slkiaoc . uitill.iii fur luoosy wi.sltitr for a slehs or A uieB-') prise or a lb irs of lbs sutrsnvs fsts or sduossiou uiotie, or who bob., bats Is glit or sussasd ia sny alb allc exsreisc or SLert as a U.OUI o. hvslbiod. or Bh' sbah hsvs rs e.ti.d (or kts perui ipAt.oa lu cay atitlstio spurt er coBlssl aay pecuniary asis or rssard ehsi evai diricl or tut r-,l irovi.sd li wovor. that be may bava rsietvsd fr ui lUs Mb al urgso -saiioa "r frout any peiu-ABsal sura sor associa'. ou of WLicb hs was st aay ttuia auisui.r. Ls si- uol by ibs .speus nsoesserily lucurrsd by i. unutl ptsssitiois iLis ofssioo. ub us alble. to tuololA ex ceeded bis ordinary espauss . li sball be tbe duty ef lis Advisory Com u ties lo tss that ibssa rulea are euforcsd Poubtful .I way bs rsferred Ly tbeui lu a aouiuiuica. cea r tt uiALAasr sad rsplaia of lbs alblsttoas I art.-i.iui htiiLi i uiiiiiiL aiouiber o( tbe fa oily. Biol s aradusis of lite so-aeci. wkoee dsvtaiou sbsU be Oaal 'I Ac Prlaee ef lb alee aU-el.C (sasvslsr.. I m. x. March 2K -Tha Prince of Walec has I n re- le ted Commudere of the ttoyel Thumce VaccTuh, mom-Btr or tmm tvvmimm. Trettlew TerllM PrealHWt ta Tswi- Meeirea Mallakary I elke Aksat HI et(akl. Th combination ! aow In progreaa bar brought aa nnuiual namberof men promi nent In the world of harness racing to tba metropolis thla weak. Monroa flalUbnrr I probably tha beat known, and he mada a Hying trip eroa thk continent to ba on hand whan hla ronalgnment of itock la lold on Friday. Tha irar-hklred breeder and turfman aayi ha la an ronta to Washington, whtm ha owna omeiteamboata. HI alabl of campaigner will leave tha farm at Ileaaanton, CaL, about tha middle of May, and make the flrat halt at I'enver for tha spring maatlng at Overland Park. Than they will come further east and join tha Orand Circuit at Saginaw In July. John Kelly, who handled the Baliabury flyara Uat rear, la now under angagamaat with Du Bola Brothara of Denver. When aakad who i would drive far him thla aaaeon Mr. Baliabury j replied: "Tha driver la the last thing I think I about. There are plenty of tham. ao I give my attention to the horaea flrat. Charley Jamea la working mr atahla now at tha farm and la doing Tory well" Begarding tha report that ha had mada a deal with M. E. MoHanry. tha clever ralnman of Freaporl III.. Mr. Salisbury Said - " V have had some correspondence and IcHenry will drive a race for me oocasloaslly when nonn of his own horses are to start Ha haa dona this for ine before, and I Ilka hla way of handling the ribbons. He has a big lot of his own and will ba kept pretty busy with them. , . Speaking of Directum e chance for break ing the world'e record. Mr. Salisbury aald: " The little black fellow was In fine snap when I last saw him. In fact, better than he ever wee tiefot e Kelly ta to drive him ; the boy I had taking care of him I (till ht groom, and they have got everybody but me. I hear that Mr. Hamlin I willing to match Fantasy against Directum at the Buffalo meeting In August. I wouldn't b surprised If be mesnt It, for sha Is at home there, and It takes a little while to fet our horses used to the Kaatarn climate. Hn.-tiim will wn hatter after a race or two. es pecially aa he Is to make a tud eeason before he Is put In condition to go faat miles." Oeorge Starr, who tralna at Terre Haul, ar rived here early In the weak, and will soon re turn to Indiana and begin active work in pre paring for tha campaign, HI atahlee will have aome good material, but all the flyers have not yet been sent to Terra Haute Starr says Hob Stewart of Kansas I Ity has decided to try his luck with the runners this season, and will not be in the sulky, a he haa keen every year alnce he brought White stocking nut in 1SKS. Stewart aent Walter S. to Starr, and Aunt Delilah la In tha bands of a trainer at Kansas I'ltv. Dr. ('. M. Hollenbeck. manager for Budd Do ble and Charlea P. Doble, brother of the fa mous relnsman, who came on to help with the Harrlman consignment sold on Tuesday, leave to-dar for Terre Haute. Budd Doble himself sailed from Liverpool on the Teutonic last week, and Is t hen-tore expected at any hour by the overdue White Star liner. T a noted driver of Dexter, Goldsmith Maid, and Nancy Hanks ha ben enjoying a honeymoon abroad, and will probably go to Terre Haute at once to get hi stable In order. Dr. Hollenbeck aaya Arlon will ha tha bright, particular star of tha Doble string this season while he expect that Bkllona. br stranger, will acora 2:10 or better In a race. Bha trotted In '.'lit', when three year old. but did net start last season. She I owned by A. It Moot of Clovardall Farm. near Philadelphia. ' lew Prleee far Oreiaary teeta Yeter-aai. There waa another good sired crowd In at tendance at tha Kellogg oombtnation sale of trotters at the American Institute building yesterday. Prices ruled low, but whenever anything (hat had both good look and fair ac tion oama Into tha ring full valuea wera re ceived. The highest priced animal waa in tha consignment of Frank It. Tracy of Apalachln, N. Y., tha fourtaan-year-old mare Hlldegarde going to 1'. S. Well of Jaraay City for tfi'iS. Hlldegarde abowed well In the ring, and I th dam of Cheltenham. V: -8. and ha In turn la tha aire of Hlldeburn. 1. in. The following la a aummarr of tboaa bring ing JJtsJ or over: rnoPEBTT OF MttW"Kt,t,All!nUS OWNER . llll'lsxsrd.. br m , UtSJfk br ' llhs's Henry Clay- Truublsiiitxts (3 - Mj, b Mesisngcr Puroc; I.e. Walla, Jersey Cue $o36 Wlntl.ld.cn tr.l-JVO. br Kocky M.u ,tsin - nini frrrl by liinisl l.Auin.rt It Baltsll, Maw York 310 Kilty Wllkek en. r. 1HU0 br Abdallah H'iiiss Katharine, by Walkeri'a Bicbwuud, Jsi Muling ton. JarssCily 830 Atsits w. 6. m.. lean, by kimanrs-Crene. by Arlltoa. I) a Klcbat.l.. Hiat hamnin rOo Lueimla. blk. tn. Irian, by Kentucky Trince Miindir. by MsBSSBKsr Duroo; Dr. k. W. kllery, Blaghamtok 300 Am Wlikas. -. m . laoM, by Aclloc-Msssls Wilkes, said to be by oea. llaacoek' a. J Jar dine. Hrooklya 300 Bay (.11 r. lo'.'l. by bticst-t-snny lAmbsrt, by Jica Lambert. (7 Behroedsr. Mow York 340 Mar oi.ksa. b.k in 18MH, iv KrBtocky Wllkaa MsvDndlev. l.y MeuibtlBO Dudley; c. (1. Reynold-. Brooklyn 310 Crane c.lt, b a., l-c.l. br I hsitsubsm -Isany Wheelsri A. J. hfntl. Sew York S30 Roman-A u f , 1HWI. by Pisiiinoat Raebal, by L. t. on-, r. P. 1 ..l.i i.e. Uemnstead. L. 1 130 Abdslia, 2Kb a. 1SH. by WfUia Collins Joae- rliins. by Weod'e UainblstonlaB . T. . Wlllsle; lushing loo Blahland Kate. gr. (. IritH) by Young lllgiiland '.:) Kiftii W by Mariner; Thomas While, Psrkvtlle. C. I .. 300 John . b v.. lH.-o. br Youeg Mlahlanil (Irayi us in ' pealgrse unlrscsd . IL J. -'si has 830 The aale will be continued to-day, when an other miscellaneous offering will go before the public. On Friday aome very highly bred trottera will be Bold, among them two I dree turns Ithera are only four colts living by tbe champion stallion', several by Director, a Btamboul youngster owned by Samuel (iam bic, for many yeara superintendent of tha lata W. s Hobart'a stud In California, and others that have speed as well aa breeding to recom mend them. The fastest of the California lot by tbe record is the black Oily Oriole, who trot ted In 2:20 last season In bar three-year-i 1.1 form. Shale by Thistle. '.' It., the Parkville Farm sire, and there la a bay gelding of four yeara by Thlatle, dam by Norlall. thorough bred, that la a equare-golng trotter and appar ently a apeady one. Ths Alliakaay A. A. Makaa aa Aaela-aaaeat. FiTrsnciiuH. Pa. March 2ti Tha Alleghany Athletic Association hat made an aealgnmerit for tha benefit of lta oredltora. The assignee la J. W. Chapman. Thoe In a position to talk about tha matter aay that thl will result In a reorganization and a getting clear of dead timber. Tbe Uabllttlea ara ald not to exceed J.'i.fc'O. Thcra ara unpaid duee on tha booka of tha association of about S3.00O. which ex tend two year back. Creditor wer pressing bard, and this atep waa decided upon yester day, A prominent member In (peaking of tba cause to-night eaid that besidaa the delin quent due and the great expenae of the club house, tbe eale of liquors had imi aired its prestige He added that when reorganized they would have no sideboard, but they would have a good gymnasium, and smoking and reading rooms. They hope br collections on dues and by tha aale of the club furniture to pay off pressing debts and aoon gst un their foot again In better shape than ever. There has been some factional feeling between the social and athtetlu e. omenta in the associa tion. " Kalerleleessat of Ike Ml. Bsrtbalawsw'l ( lufc. The BL Bartholomew's Club, an adjunct of the church by tb.it name gave an excellent mualcal and athletic entertainment at their club house. JOti Laat Forty-aacond atraat, laat evening. Tbe spacious gymnasium waa crowd ad with the friends ol the membere. among iheiti being many ladies attired in their dainty apriug bonnets The programme follows: Puis vault. Mssiia kuBi'iaial. Laray. Brandon, and MiMullsB, sataUsI bara M.ma Debbie, ItArvey. aad BauBiutfi wrestling. V B I-.i.ia Ultadle-Wvlght auia lour cbAinplo ef Amorlee. sad J Ik Ormaey . Tua bbaa. urorge Slotr, as ainaloBr i-he-maiee t Amsrl.-a, Is l Bislr aul 1 P. Wrtgbl. heetaaaial bar. M.ssra Deviusi. llsrvsy. Housiaa aad Dekbla. sale, by Jsau.s L Chaaet running high Jump eakiblllaa. by M. r. bwsausy cba.opi ,u ruauiag b gb Jamper of lbs eor.d. AssllUd by We.srA llAmlll. Toulon. KolL sal J.ibneob. -srsattlaa ilgbl wsluhti. W I isber and u. v. Bauaiug muaie trio J Prsad Koopmaa tauie barpj. ism.i tlutasrd lu.ui.t in Praal Canraro (aullsr) bvaing (light wslgbt) ilviiri Plorsisaa nkerts i ilngle slick, 1 si.rs i. isv out Holt, esb.bi.ioB trti-k heavy wsigbt Iifttas I'rof kul ir, oyiBg rluga Messrs Harvey, baudford. and Lsutuut, t-kll.d.lkl. - Ureal taeg Mkew. Fuiladilpuia. March 28.- The awarding of prize In th I.'im class at th dog show of tha l'blladalphla Knnel Club having bean concluded laat uigfu. the attendant to-day centred their att.-ui; .11 upon tbe prize wln- Eers. The pugna -iou Lull terrier aod the aiid-ioiu St liernard vied with each otiiet in eerknig th aJmlratianof tii fetuiulue por tion of III throus, tshli the graceful poodle sd the iucesSAU perlng as though it weie an every dav ocurri-tica Th exhibi tion l probably tho beat thai haa aver .bean. f;lven in Philadelphia, there being more cbal enge d-.ga 10 th variou ulaa than al aay praviouohow. 1 raw t-k.otl a V m ake a . Aubi'bn. March 28 -Tba Brat In tha aarlaa ef gun club conteaU among taaaia from Aaburn. Kochaetar. Syracuse, aad liilea waa held la thla oity to-dar. T bare wera eight events on the prognmme Tha team chew ploaehlp rase waa won by ttocheater. wltb a ecore of UJ out of lOo Auburn and I tic tied at lil and Syracuae cam laet with 82. Th Individual coolest will aot be decided till the aod of tba aeasou Four mea tied fur flrat tlace to-day namely. F D Falford and John ulfotd of Plica. Carr ol Auburn, aad Ayllag ofbyraouae. ornoKMS or tbb t,, m., aud r. m. a. Bferrie Paw WtM tkassa tesatsekae. eg la taava Tha naw Governing Cam m I tt ee of tha "teeple ahasa Haat, nd Deny Pacing Aaioalatton met yesterday kt .12 Broad atraat aad elected tha following off! cere for th coming yaar : l'raaldent F. 0. I a Moatagne: Vtce-Preal-dent, Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. : "Secretary and Treaenrer : Hnry A. Buck. Uklr thirteen of tha twanty-flva eommlttemen ware praaeat Tha Naw Yorkara warn Thomas Bltchooek. Jr, I. Y. Ball. II A. Back. Charlaa Pflaer. Jr.. A. B. Purdy. Janklna Van Behalak, aifH J. It Wood. Among tha Boston dalegatee wera Bebert U Hooper. A. P. (lardner. Arthur W. Rtadman, Oeorge lava, charlaa F. Mather, and Frank Reaharr. After the election the resig nations of A. Helmont Purdy and K. (' Potter from the committee were read and accepted. J. (1. K. I awrenc and W. H. Bands ware elected to succeed them. The New York Jockey Club ha Intimated to the Secretary that II will give eros-counlry race at Morris Park and join the Coney Island Joekav Club In adopting the rule of th Ama teur Aaaoelatlon to govern them. Ilaclng date now assigned are at Meadowhrook. Pa.. May IS and 11. and at llrooklina. Maa. May 20, 2d 30. and Jnna 2a Wleaei-e at tk I.laeole Wavrla; kfeeller. leTyrtTKiw, March 28. Tha race for tha Batthy- any Plat (handicap) of COO aoverehrna, for three-year-old and upward at tha Lincoln prlng maatlng to-day waa won br Mr. Arthur Jamea'B Dirk (3 yeara). Mr. Yyner'a Barberry (aged) wa second, and Mr. Boblna'a (lodwlt (djearal waa third. The Hrookleeby Stake of r.OO aoverelgn. added to a eweepetakee of 10 aoverelgn each. Ior two-year-olia. waa won by Klla TwaetL 'abla waa second and I-evyhub waa third. The Chaollo Stakea of 300 aoverelcna for three-year-olda that had not won a race, value boo sovereigns, winning penalties ami maiden allowances, at one mile, waa won by Mr. W. It, MarahaU'e Uangaa. Mr. Hrett's llettle Sorrel waa aeuond and Lord tllssmsre's Bolton wa third. Oeiy Owe re.erlis Wlaa at M. ei.ee. Madiboh, March 2R.-vTeathar cloudy and gold; track good and attendance large, with lively betting Harry Warren was tha only winning favorite. Kapuhllc. acrond choice, 2 to 1, took tha third In a gallop by three length. Bum marie: imi Kara Hsiilag: roar and a half furlong. Rd J.ahsy, IOS (MrCeet. le I, woat Hi... os K , uB (Mor- fani, llo I, eeonud: Cole Younger tin (W PlyankSt) . third Tlrna, 1 MOU Barker llarrlaoa Brauer, aal Jos lligblsy ran sapleead. false left at post eeeend lUoo Plro and half farlenjti Hot Brown, 10Q tconroyt, 6 le 1. woe, Uraotta, loft iC Hneelenl. 1 le I. e-ma.li Jennie A. IOS (Rebo), 7 to I. third. Tims. 1 1 Hsvla. Proapecl, stava Jsroma StralgbKiut, Aiidiphone. and Itaa Farrsl atao ra. Third Kar-Blllg foar and one-half furlong. R. rttblt.-. toe i.i Smith.. 3 to I. won. Urattaa. 10" (C lusil.mj. llnl. eecoad. Willi (I. HKl (( oarorl. f to 1, third. Tltae. 1 OU Crsele. Ieer Lodfs, aad Doubt ful sis-, ran. Fourth Haoe Kelllag i six furleagi, rlsane. 107 (J Ptnttlo. H tn 1. won Mllly Mlltldrlad, llO(Yetter), 7 le I. isroti.l; Arthur (I , 10-8 (O, IlBssto). 4 le 1. third Time. 1 itlk. blamoad Dtek. Mauat Mcursgor. Al tirti.. Naacy llakss. Jos Courtney and Montall ale-- raa Fifth Rare rlv furlnnsA Harry WArroa, 118 '. Bmlth). 4 ta b. vol; Slmrock, 11 (MerrlssyL Imi. second; Burt Jordan. 108 iMorrlsl. SO lo 1. third. Tiros. 1 oels Maddsn. (io Lucky. Dr. Murray. Too High, and Luis Fsrke alan ran. Sixth Race Five an.l ens half fnrlanrs Ivftahoe, inn (Hinrlchik lo te 1, wnnt Little NelL 101 (W rivnnl. Mil. ieioi.it. Hud Hrooks. 107 (J Snuthi.Mo 1. third. Ttiaa, (lift La Hue. iisil Vaa (aal. Alopathy. aa i.itt is yellow, Jr. also raa OsiiS Keels Hr.ilir a New Orieatta. Nbw Orlbamb, March 2.i Weather Una, at tendance good, and tha track a little heavy. Summary: I irst Ksre Hrlihif. flv furlosga. CloB, Sp (Calf 1 01. lo S. won Dlek Willie. 4 . Kverstti. 4 10 1, aecoast Bpellbonnd, UK (J. Fisher). , tu 2. third Tims. 1 o . H Paietuia Harlan, and Kana B. also ra. San Bsnlta brokn dow ear tba kalf mil. Kad siraal ran away at the post an.l waa wlthdrawtL Bacond Have Hailing: Ave furlong Fonda. DC (Css smi. i tu :.. won; Hounls Byru. 110 IB. V, llllams), ft le 1. s-conil Isok. lot ivir.iini, (" lo 1. tt.ird Time. 1 on l.oinrhr.'erk. Maud. Fannia Wllbama Jlrn Keel. Buodratr. MIldalB. Tout Delay, Tee Mike, and Ju.lus kaaa also ran. Third Raes-alllng. ill farlong. Beverly. Ill (J. Barrstti. I to '.. vui r..infret. Ill ill Williams). M to 1. aaeoad; Purlsla 101 iMscklln). 4 lo 1. third. Time. 1 30I4. Lait Chance and Wigwam also ran. Fourth Itaee The Malaria Handicap, guaranteed worth IftoO to winner, sli furlonga iiir:i lunii, 11: Uulsonl, 4 to I. won; baliBtlon. 130 (Costalloj, 7 to J. second; Hryan. 1UO (J. Flahen. V to 3, third. Tims. 1 Jut Metronole. imp, Damaak, Caa. aad Jobu I. alsu raa Fifth llare-Heiiine, seven fnrtong Beatific. 117 (R Unliaiuii, 8 10 0. woa easily, Maggie Bees, loc tMcAdsnisi. 4 to 1, lacond; ocean 11. lot .1 riihan. 10 to 1. third Tims. 1 Aflat. I' ytonls. ltells of Mpi in flsld. Jeuuis Mao, b'liloh. aad Vialiaee also ran. Ksrlna la a tBaaer ettorm at aaekr. Chicaoo, March 28 Th Robr raeaa wara run to-day In a blinding anow atorm. Favor ite won in two raoea. tba others going to aao ond cbolcea and outal.ler. Flrat Race Selling; ktnenxteenths of a mil Top Gallant, H (I. Murpliy) 314 to I woi Lon Rteka, H (Clay), 8 lo b, second Nubi.in, Its) tfaraon), 16 lo 1, third. Time. 1 0AI4. Utlla Jeeele. Kilty M. Leo M, kormnnda. and Meailowa s.i.i ran. Second Race hs. in.s, for two year-olda. three slum sofa ui.la loby. Io7iW FsBuy). Illu '.. ttrui Waltsr 11 . lol (Krausa). 'M ta 1. aacond. J J Pouvr.ae, Xu.1 IB. Taylor). W to ft, third. Time, tkawk Say When. Katrtna c. I title Jsrrr, and Ray bay sls.i ran Third Raca ttell.na, eleven etstrsnihi of a mils, Frettiwit. Ill ihnsiio 3 to 1. wan; Lanrsitsa. lou ov. fanny), 20 to 1. aacond Abandon. 103 (Reed), a lo 1, third, lime. I -'HIA, oan t.ordon, (Jladstoaa. Rookery, Jim Norvell. and Maggie Slowcy also ran Fnnrth Itaoe selling. alBe-slateentba of a ralla I.lndsn By. loo (Cralty). 10 1. wo; Con Laray. 04 It: I.. on). Is to ft. eec.nd. Ia tenia, P0 1CIB7J. a to 1. third. Tuna. 113. Halcyon. Vortex, Dearest, Alloa D . and St. a hem also ran. Fifth Race eeliiag, five fortonga Bkadl. 07 (Clay, 3 lol. woa: I (J. c . 108 (Nicholas). 8 10 1. arrnnd: Naaee. wl tCorbley). 7 to 3. third. Time. 1 -lu Bonny True. hresl L, some Mora, TyLarm. and Walnut Boy alee ran. a, Btaieleg Keeulta at Haa Frataeleea. Bah Fbahcibco, March 28, Weather clondy and warm; track faat. Bummariea: rirat Bace-One-balr mile. Ptqaanle. 113 tr. Carr). 8i to 1. woa; Lady Jane, lift to Weber), 2 lo 1, seo ond. Silver, lie isloane;. 7 to 1. third. Time. 0 fill, llaiplsln. Auatralla And MAlo Diablo alao ran r-eread Kaoe One mile: ftelllag. Haymaker, lo'. (J. Brown). 1 lo 1. wo; Mori. HI (T u ililsine). rt lol, ssrond; Kii srsu.-e. tut (Cbevahark 3 to 1. third. Time, ledaW Crawford. Lilly F.. and Lady (Iwsna alao ran. Third Race eeant sis furlongs, selling. Fern, IOS (Shaw), a to 1. won: Victress, SO iKInns). SO I 1. aeo rd ; Claoqaar, loo (H. Smith). S te 1. (bird Tlina. 14. rtieeUe. Jake Allen, llunlaman. and Ravibs alao raa Fourth Raae Oee raits; sslling. Frlnaa lisarv. 103 (tsomi. 4 to I, won; Hy Hy. I'ft .1. Carr). 214 lo I. aeo- od. Ragner, t'7 (C. Waberi. 0 to 6, third. Tuna. 1.421A. rtgrsis. Ilsppy Day aud Rumair also ran. Fifth Rasa Meant six furious, sslilns Border fa la. tea (F. Csvr). w toft, went bnke htavraa. 113 (McAie llffsl, 7 lo 1. seeoad. BUI Howard. 10V (Maitaon). ft t 1. tnlrd. lima, 1 lafcV auu.s Moore. Mlddlaloa, aad Uuard Also raa. Caeleg ait Mot It-triage Poalponeg. Hot Hi'hinii.i. Ark., March 3R Rain and anow fell her all day to-day, making racing Impoaalbla If th weather permit th bur will run to-morrow. Fntne stand. New iv-obb Iks Mars Wer IS. Dr Haebrourk. br sir gedrad. out or Bwcelbrlar. ba bssn bred lo two mares gwusd by W. M. Barrlak this spring J. A. fleonst ef Fsrk vllls. Long Island, ba aold I E. C Cowdso of Mount Ktlro, thla ststs. tha fonr-yoar-old chestnut mare atalltb Selmout, by Iroqneia out of Bvrgaiuot, by Bonnie Scllaud. and the tlire year-ol.l filly . v Bead Or. out of liltiper Fells. Tbsss mares will be bred to the Prince Charlla ataiilen. Autocrat I.vUI.e ttatek tbe Atkletee. A very auoeaaaful "ladlee night waa en joyed by the frleoda and fair guests of tha Na tional Athletlo Hub. In tha old church build ing, now used aa a olub houae. on Cedar treat, near liuahwlck avenue, Brooklyn, laat evening. Henry Zettler gave exhibitions on the double horizontal bars. Bernard Heinz and George (ireis swung tha Indian clubs, the Zoeller brothers tumbled veil, with tbe assistance of J. F. Fitgerald. P. Curtain, and due Neuss; Otto Drezel walked on a alack wire: ltobert Htoll. far tbe paat decade amateur cbam- Siion of America, appeared oa the flying ringe. ntrodnclng some of hla unequalled (eat. .' I-- (iraliam. J F. Fitzgerald, and F Flachor showed thetr proflciancy at the running high jump; Frank Lav, Kosaaavea beautiful exhibi tion of gymnastic ability on sevurel piacee of appaiatu. concluding by rolling off the iag. 1 glancing on a large wooden ball, while swing ing, a Aialr of Indian clubs. Prof. Herman Hat tenhoret and ei -I apt. Oeorge So !r. boxed tbrae ftolentlflu round, amid manr "(hl from th ladies liobert iiitatd did a neat con tortion turn, and " acli" Cooper at peered in Irick and fancy jumping. Tooele kiseeria Carl. a far Ike Trsalial Troeky. jAC-uoBTiLLg. Maroh 'J&-A special from 8L Augustine says: Tha tennis tournament for tha tropical trophy aa opened en the latino court, yesterday morsim,'- In tba flrat round. eiuglee. T. S. Baokwlth b.at V li. Magoun. ii ii 1;0. 8. Campball beat H. s Thomp sok. (1-1, ti-3;C s. llryan beat Whitney, tr 0. 0 1 . II liuhlen beat J. ('. Moiuy. ii 0.0.1 In lb ooaJ ruuuJ Campbell beat W. ii. ' ,ua more. Jr. rj 1. ii 'J; heck with beat liullee. tl ill 4. 'I he contest tor th championship trooky in th third round liae between (amp bell anl hryau aad back wltb and Jiortlsa. Th raia put a aiop to lawn tennis this mem lag. but it he! 1 of euttkleatly lala lo allow ( auipu-cil to teat (irvgory .. liryan. ti 1 U j b 4 Beck with beat boblan n I. ii 'thl Uaie th final bout for th City Cat to be conte4ed for by Campbell and Beck with. " Good People Live Far Apart;" kai gieog baoki oaa be brought bsat Sea for ear eav elegae. IklTgll BTATRa song CCA, tio-ila ata av, a i. atojmjm or mrmm nmommm gear efTkat tnk tke ftlag a BvartaasTa leaa .---- Prattr woman, daahlng music and a hun dred or mora well-brad horaaa contributed maka tha third night of tha Dnrland Horaa Sh.w a success This rear's exhibition Will prove tha moat succaesfnl aver held kt tha Academy both In point of attendance kad tha quality of horsea shown. Tha first avant on laat avaalna's programme waa elaaa l. for tha beat aa.idle horaa (ahort tails) under fifteen hand three InsHea, con formation, mannere. action, and style of going kt k walk. trot, and cantor, and aonndnaaa, all considered. Th elaaa had fourteen entrlee. I tha blue ribbon finally going to W. Il H. Mar tin's bay gelding Anonymona, ridden br Mae tor Martin. Hugh J. Grant'e cheatnnt geld ing Skylark waa second. D Oeorge K. Mun roa'a brown gelding Don was third, while J. I. u nnlngham-e black gelding King of Hpkdea waa highly commanded. Five little boy and girl than aeamparad around tha ring on their ponies for tha apeclal rrl7 in Plata offered In class lf for maraa or gelding tan bands kad not exceedljg fourteen han.le two In. ho, to bo rid den by owner. Tha youngatara gaaa a vary pretty exhibition of good riding, o good In fact that tha judges fonnd grant difficulty Ik nicking tha winner. They finally awarded flrat prlsa to Mlsa Lillian Johnson's blaak gelding Tittle Caapar. Mlas May Durland waa aacond n har brown mar starlight. Wllaon Hatch Tucker wsa third on his whlta mar Nelly, and Frank II. Pavls's roan gelding Tatand Her etic Rothachlld a bay gelding Bport tlad for The.ohildren wara followed by seven eaylr equipped private hansom cabs In class .11. Ths moat conspicuous vehicle of the lot waa what waa called a curricle hansom cab with two horses abreast, owned by Oeorge A. Rssslsr. As this was not strictly speaking, a hansom cab the judges ruled it out. tut gave a special award. Amorgthe other exhibitors wereJohn 11. shults, Jr., ( ol. Albert li. Hilton. Frank Ferguson, Mra. T. s. Ormlaton. and benjamin stern Flrat prlsa went to John II. shitlta. Jr.'e. bay mare l.rmlno: Frank Ferguaon'a cheatnut gelding bob waa around. ol. Albert il Hilton a bay gelding Aoonlte waa third, and I ra. T. S. ( irralston'a gray gelding Ottawa waa highly commended. In claes M. whloh followed for a special of fered by C. I. bailey for the best bailey saddle horee (long tails), conformation, manners action, and style of going at a walk, trot, and eanter, ae well as soundness to he ooneldered. waa won by J. Wesley Kosenquest's brown gelding Tueqtian: F- H Stokes waa second with bis chestnut gelding Uovernor, whilo Mra Joseph H. 'I nil's bay mare ltioa was third. No less than aeventeen ambitious amateur whips took part In Class L' for the best mare or gelding, fifteen hands, and not exceeding fifteen hands three Inches, shown before a runabout or open buggy. A glittering array of yellow, red, black, and blue wheels formed a perfect rainbow In the ring aa the runabouta and trans flashed around the arena. It waa a hard claae to judge, and It waa lato before tha ofTlclala decided that (leorgo C. Clauaen'a gray gelding Edgar waa entitled to the blue ribbon. Hugh J.Orant's brown gelding Mae was second, Frank I. beard's lay griding Monarch waa third, and Oeorge n. ilulme a gray gelding Oreyatone was fourth. Then came elaaa l.i. for the best welght-carryia4 aaddla horse, fifteen han Is three inehc and over, up to car rying '.'oi pounds. Thla brought out a field of twelve good-looking horses, the blue ribbon going to Howard Carroll's bay gelding George, one of the best-looking aaddla horsee yet shown. Alfred da Cordova's bay gelding I, ills was second, E. H. Stokes's chestnut geld ng Governor was third, and Mlaa C. Cbuate'a bay mere I .01 rites, was fourth. An Interesting elaaa for the beat profeaalonal tandem driver connected wltb the academy followed. In which the horaea were driven be tween poata. Among the competitors wara Joaej h Mi'ikl.-Uin ( url Htnerzer, baron I'aul Vietinghoff, William Herger. John A. Da. C. I. Manlier. Oeorge Fosherrv. and Adolph Stnlier The winner, wa baron letlnghoff. NMIllam berger wa aacond. 0, F. Meuller third, and Adolph stalter fourth. Thl wa followed by a jumping competition In cltisa 'ia, which wound up the evcnlng'a programme. The conditions called for the beet performance of hunters or jumper over six fences Ave fret high, to carry a minimum weight of 140 pound, tbe performance over fence only to count. Thl wa won byMIss Maud Pulslfar's bay folding boy. W. W. Tuckrr'a bay gelding- At -ell wa- second Frank D. beard a bay gelding Twinkle was third, and Joaeph Melalahn's Bport fourth. The ahow enda to-night. Mii.i. Dixon rutin t Th " Kaataeky Kosefctag" leataee m Ckal Isaga let rukt Hlaa at Ilk Fataege. Th " Kentucky bos. bud. " Walter Edgerton. arrived in New York to-day with his manager and backer. Jimmy MoHale of Philadelphia, from boston. He called at the Jlic (Jaxettt office and left the following challenge: " Feeing that George Dixon, the feather weight champion, denieathat ha waa knookad out by me when wa boxea In Philadelphia, on March 'J'.'. I wish to atata that he waa out, for ha was unconscious nearly Ova mlnutea. and ten minutes elapsed before the third round commenced. I eould have knocked him out again In the third round, but my backer, James Mellele. would not allow me to du so. Now, to settle the question. I will fight George IUxon at lis pounds, for 2.i oK to t&.OOO a side, tbo Vice i.atrttt belt, and the feather weight championship of tha world, and I will ba ready to nice Ulxon and hla backer at the J'ufii r tiazttte o nice on Wedneedar, April 4, at 11 A. M . to poet a dapoait and eign articles If O'ltourke accepta thl challenge, should O'Kourke not accent I shall claim tha feather weight chamiilenanio and stand ready to fight any man In the world at US pound for tZoijl) to (5,1X10 a sido and tha title." Tha Mralk ef Moalaa as Wrealllag at Harvard. Cambbidoe. March '.-H From certain eventa to-dar It ssems probabls that tha currant year will prove an Important one In tba hlatory of Indoor athletic at Harvard. For avrayar paat there haa bean a decreasing lntereet In wreatllng and aparrtng. and it looka now aa if thaaa a porta bava received their death blow aa far aa their oontlnuanca at Harvard Is con cerned. At a meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Harvard athletic am elation thla afternoon it waa voted not to hold tba Bchodulod aacond winter meeting, which wae to, have been held next Saturday. Thla waa the occaalon at which all tbe apai ring and w rea ding evente in the paat have taken place, but thl year it wa found impoltji to raise any Interest whatever In tha rporta. The declining popularity of aparrlng and wreatllng has boon viewed wltb favor by a strong student sentiment, and their death will not cause great regret. In justice to the fw men wbo did enter tbe saver! eventa aome In formal opportunity will ba given for them to contest for tha prlzaa which would have been offered. It la not improbable, bowaver. that even thla will fall, through tha lndlfferenoe of the conieatanU. fLeeklac-glase Fighter De a Tare. Jack Wilkes waa Stanton Abbott'a opponent at Miner's Eighth Avenue Theatre laat night. Early In tha flrat round Abbott landed a good hard left In Wilkes a wind, aud Wllkaa laid down aud refuaad to ouallnua. Tha bout be tween Nldk Collins andJaok Welch of Brook lyn was a corker, both men kept at It all through the four rounds. Collina received tbe decision. bob Htzalminoiis sat in the audience watch ing tha bout With him waa light weight bill Hanly. whom liislintiiuiiB wante to put agaluat Abbott aome night this week. It will tuosi likely be arranged. Uurlng a eonverea tion iltzalmmone aaid that be waa ready to light any man in the world except I'eter Jack eon. How about Chovoakl.'" asked the re porter, in I'll meet him. too. at catch fwlght. answered Flizalmmona. Thla lath Irat time ritzsiminoos has signified hie wl! Ingneaa tu meet Choynekl at anrtblng Put the middle weight limit. 16u pounds. Walter Farrell keeehsl Oat. A select party of laaa than ona hundred aub acrlbera enjoyed a well managed aad hotly eontaeted finish light In a Long laland City re port laat evening, the principals being two spe cial feather weight. Kddl Buaoe of Brooklyn aad Walter Farrell of Harlem. Both mea caied baluw lb limit of l.'o pound wt.eu weighed in. and the light waa for a ataka bat and tbe gate receipt, each ou u( ih parir ireaeut paying g to witnea the go. In th j..-, . .uuu.i re.-riii in iivjoraa by a right bandar lie atagg.-rsd to hla feet in nine sec ond oalr to receive aavagu rlght-haad 1 laaa. toaieeplur needy fly e.s.ie of tk Blsg. .-i4- ?". truatwu M. J -Joe Uodtlard fougkl Joe Ikoyuakl ticelkAuelraha.aua defeated hli tick tuua vsvi I. lluee iw.J .j .... u t... jHft&SSSmLlXHl u " 1 ' eea.laaloa wtitaa faalosr weight ia ,iarivB Leentus .era Ls s"i u-AU ei.o iiii bsMik LUu for aay asuoual Slf""'it J"1 with Basney Hubbard St.-"" J4f Barallt, aiddoasa bacasi wnl il.s.i MM Lbal the latter cab dsfssl HubtTard !.. 'salea. s.Ts.a,.AA1,,,E. " V l" ' ' "ould be pleased baud Ail- rtMT rtcrom Tk fnaaoaHat Beve-ter kHfkata atttakaw fcwt .era I Tt aha. the Iglih lslmat tame ef Tea arm InAleia al eltllenhlp teararnt, iwllsd Ih tlerfnanla AMawibiy Boewts alley last mghl twa fail rrareli of Ike Seeeflele Bawllai Dla aad w It linker of th Owl cintv test of this city. 4 (eewege kandall ef lb l"-rgTaa BAwllag cl f Oraae(at. rsanlted aa folia wa ne.. mi "I" . kandall II V 4 a 7 S7 10T 10 1M 1JJ rrSSX a It 87 an aa loa i mi im atnkss-Saa-lall. 3: rrareks. Bperaa-Baaaall. 4; Frsreks t. ivcoee eiee kandall 10 ,10 4P T ST 117 147 17A ll 0J Trn. I ST M 74 aa US If JtW ! l(" Strtkat-kaadall. St rrsreks. 1 Sparea-Kaadall. t; rrerets, a. vetsn siaa aadall 41 I IP 111 11? '" '' III KSTtrak ; ......lJ Jt 47 74 a 111 ISI ISO ltw lt Strikes Bsadall. It rrsrtis, a Spsr.e I Sndsll. li FrerelA 7 rotteve r. a Randall ...10 40 BW 7S PI 111 IM Ml 1JI 1J Frereke ...II M M III Itl lol 111 1 : 1C1 ir Btrlkea-naaaali. 2, irerskA 1 Pprs-indiL I. A'rsrsgsBer rains Bandslt, 17'.U Frsreh. 171. Umlrs a Hold. eoror-M. wliea. Tub ef series- Thirty n.nr minutes ascean ssstss rtsrr oiea il,.T to IV III H 1I M 101 111 111 14" kMali::...........10M.I 50 INI 111 117 U IH strika-llikr. li Raadall, A saarM-Kllakw, Bt KandAlLA ssceea use Illnler 10 iV 9 IS 04 111 111 141 ICO Banian.:.""".."..! 4 W " ' "' atrtkas-llisr, 1. Haadail I, lBera-KUakr. It aadall, Iv vaise SAste. linker M 41 C7 II 107 114 11 IM 1 l' .BdaU.......... I all MM II "A It 101 1IO 130 irlkee-KUskar. li Baadall 1. Spares- Kllaker. a, aadaUvk mosvs can. Sllekar 1! M 4fl BA C4 Bl 101 111 140 IBS ..de.lL IO M SI 71 S lie IM l-'.I I . 119 Birikea Kllaker. 1; Baadall. 3 Iparaa-Kllnktr, Si i".r.'"aVaerirBme-kIl.ksr. 11174. ka-lalL IB7IL t mplre-Charlaa Wllekens geoi.r- Iretlai tsk Tk tarman. Time of ssrlsa Tklrty eevsn minutes raise ssaire- naw uifL terras II M 17 74 P4 111 121 IM IM 18" llnl.r 118 (IS M 11" 1BU 174 li4 30J 111 trtkee -FrsrckA Ol Kllnker. a Ipares-Frarel. 7; liakr, a eei nsn OIKS trerek 10 17 47 (17 18 101 11C 14(1 174 114 ll.ksr iSIB4t4S4 1114 IM IBS 171 10 Strlkss-Frarsks. . Kllaker, A eparea rareA 6: llnkeg e. VSIRB anu. Frareks 10 ID 41 CO B7 lot) 114 114 144 171 111 user HO 40 BH 7S Bl 1(M 1.1 147 107 1IM trlkee -rrerrka 1: kllaker. a Spare -PreroKa. l Illnlet. I. mi .tu mea Frareks II 17 B IS M 10B 111 111 Ml 111 kltnker 10 3.'JJr. Nit II lol 111 131 i Klrtaas-Frsroke. 1: klinlsr. 1. Spares Freraki. 7 : I ntissr. A nrva aua rrereks II IS n SB 14 104 114 14 ISI 171 Illnkaf 10 IV 4tl Bfl 07 7tt II 101 131 IN atrliee FrerrlA ll kllnker. 1. Spares Freraka 7 AVer' per rsma Frsr ck a 17S 1J1. I linker. 178 kB. I mpire ilei.rie KaaJsiL Scorer Fredanak Wlhv armaiL Time f isrles - Forty mlantsa Th ridslla Ha 1 and EraksUlla teitsi rolled shear final gatnee In ths I nele Sam Lsagus Isit Bight, Tba eora: narrtuBA eisa.TTi-. tUIUUA g a leers (A A Jaara, lane 1 4 4 IBS BarUek 71 I 0 111 Grampian.. ...1 r. 8 if.S Urtek I 4 8 1CV Laiislll 1 6 I 1HO Werner 1 I I 181 I- Field Ill 171 Frs.nkls S 8 1 181 aehltobta 4 I I llv Husr 4 4 i i7l Tatala 122b7 B4U Total 183111 111 rssgn. gsnhstlva. H7 ISO 178 BAN 441 807 BS8 (MS 741 MB gra.ahlis . SJ, 150 181 ISV 485 610 67V CM 7M 811 t'mplrs t tvAnneuisciier. Scorer Stanton Tnoksr and A. Behrma. Avarag Mnhtlaa, lev all krakehlla, 101 1-6, ss. osti mis llilllilli I rtDSUA so. 1. n Sews. A. A, it avvvee. Bsrt.cn 4 I I IMM Hsgn-r 4 8 1 IM Hornleok 1 4 6 1.1.1 Ur Tlmm 1 I I 100 wen. r .8 3 4 IBS r.Waa'm'eh'r.4 4 2 ISA fiaiti 1 4 8 143 I. Haii'tn III r 6 1 1VJ ll.uieer I 5 1 174 Harnei 4 4 l 178 Tslals 13 II IV 786 Total 17 14 V 101 rksBss. Kraksblla .. 7U 148 314 114 840 413 KOI 581 671 7M Fnleiio No, 1 V7 1VI 376 170 457 6(14 006 740 808 Vol I rti i.tre i-. Krsagsr Seorar A. lletirinsn aad Ham Boldan. Avaraga KrakebUa. 151; riil.ha Mat, 180 3 5. taiao Gill nstUA SO. 1. esa.me. a st f jeVeVsy's I 4. f J a'sekskrLa Wsgner 1 7 I IS-VBIsb 1 5 4 IBO f'r Itinin 4 S B 1 71 cremples ... f a O 311 r. Wmscber-.l A 3 lii. languL 0 4 8 134 1. W uiarhar.ii 8 1 338 1. Field I 4 I ItJS Harris. 4 S B lenschllchte 4 1 4 181 Tetaia. 17 1111 S32 Total moil 110 fajAjaja Fl.lslls No. 1.13 IBS 31fl 335 451 BftO A44 710 MS ?! Uanhaltaa 51 14S 131 H3V 414 4V7 6VI 078 74S 810 Umpire H. liarils. Keorsrs Btaoton Tucker aul t-ain lb Man. Average ruolia No. 1, M4 2-6; atanLsl IBB. 1C2. Tha following gam wa rolled la the Dokela Clint Hall tourney last nlglil atjses. I Baciuio. A A. k e-e. I A I Aees, C Corde 1 6 4 l.vii'ook 4 8 I 171 A Lcdstusaait 8 1 1 i'h Ka.ltiueen. .. a s 4 158 Bosbrnud I 2 5 15o llslnech. ....I 3 6 113 Bohling I 1 I 1H7 Quadl 1 I 6 18V r. Ludamaan.4 6 1 1V8 uraoag 8 4 a lev Total 171114 158 Totals 14 15 iT 77 rugae. Hadsnn S4 18 ICO 844 434 617 111 684 7 asa Kareullor ... 78 103 144 818 8V3 477 611 135 701 774 t'mplre Henry von Hlnken. Scorer k Nlepklng Averages llu.lion, 171 1-6, Eicelalor. 166 15. omeltilur was ths matter wltb th bowling la th Breol iyn National tournament ia th Elspba! Club bause alley last night. Tha irorssi riaev sua. ruTsi in I iteeA. .1 .1 lesee, .x e, n Aknra Uaehen O 3 I loA Sparks .1 6 3 17e yiamiBg 1 8 o ISO Courtney 5 1 4 1114 Attksrlf. 1 S I H5tviii.il, 2 I 6 lis Kysn 2 3 a llv seiiAtfnsr 1 6 4 14a CilHord 0 I 7 11-. iiirnteh I 4 8 )n7 Ttals 41333 6ell Total, 151117 7M rassBA Flalbnab ... CO IIS 171 2f 6 311 171 434 4H1 584 6S7 Tlg 116 113 386 35V 447 627 6VV 064 721 7M I'mplra Thomas i'rlle. Keorsrs 1( 8. Bracks aad A. C. Leech AvsrAga nali.ueb. 117 3-6; Tlog a. 15V 4 5. aacosp asa. ru-fina. 1 racoaia g '. M. Snvee. A, e M . - Leaebaa 1 8 8 184 lllekoek 1 8 8 ISI Flatntng 0 I 7 IIS w. Eaglaloa. .3 4 4 lie, soaerly 2 3 llv rurdy 2 5 a 1X4 K.an 0 B I l.'T Klay. 1 1 4 ISO CllSord .1 6-4 183 C. Vaglalo 2 4 4 152 Total 41SM S67 Tolala 10 1 V lT 761 rAga riatbnlh 76 145 217 2M 884 41S 4CS 61V 508 087 recount 86 172 266 834 882 46V 632 5VV 77 753 I'-npire Thomas Curtis. Scorers-tj Vadlgaa Bad J J. au.y Average Flatbush. Ill 2-6, Fecoalo. 150 k- vats tuge, eatooeio. tnoOA a, A a, 5 ,t 1 a - trteko.k 14 4 K a Sparks X 7 1 IS M Eaglaloa 18 6 IM tonrlaay . . .1 1 g j& Fardy 3 6 a Its, Us Nye... . o 6 5 1 ta Higge 4 4 3 l7o -Lstluer ...13 6 15V B ABglstaa 1 I B 161 Coralsb 1 3 7 130 Telal 113217 771 Total ..ij 17 27 44 FkAgBA rcoBt ... H 115 Mn BOA MO 478 641 SIS 706 771 Hess . 67 HI lid il cut o7o 454 554 iS CM I'aipire a. C. Leach Scoreri J J Kl.sy ab4 H. mllb. Averaf i-Ficuli. 154 2-6i Tleg , lsv 14 The tavern rrospaet team rolled wall la Bhaugk Beny a a teoki) teurusmsni iaal night. Tha Merest riBST litis avavaMaV . I raoarai-ri A a Ave" I x s a - Mureh.sd .4 4 2 IM Ftanll.b ... J 1 4 170 Halloa ..4 4 2 IVaUaeun 4 2 4 167 Hlo-eneid ...8 u 1 lei Blackford 4 4 3 Roasuwasaer 14 6 IM Nrwhi.ll 1 J ) m bcbuaiacbtr. 0 8 4 140 KbbaU ... 16 4 140 Tatate 12 14 14 840 Telal 161818 (Ml rasa as. Heiress C4 147 348 128 414 608 683 7S 74 840 t-rospecu... if ldl 201 M3 425 606 euo Vii 758 all t'mp.re W Ucblsnstsin Soersrs 11 Gooilroa asd U sB-iia Avar- HsUosa Iris. 1-roapacls. Ida 1-4, saeoao use A raoanen. 1 cuasg. HAS Aee-A s s a - Fra.kUh 8 6 2 174 Kulhauaan 3 3 n 127 Uaaoa .... 1 I 2 176 Wttklnsoa . 2 4 4 J4V Ne.naU. 7 1 2 lll,Ui 1 1 11? tt.har .... 4 2 4 let' Brune a 2 6 ISO khbela 1 I 6 12 Ikrifdea 14 4 lis Telal... .171711 80k Tolala 10 14 Id Beat rBAA Frespesta 2 187 143 S.'S "VN 4i3 CC1 8M 772 Sru i'I.iubi M lie 31- -7 312 dVl 407 6M CJJ CSV t'mpire w. Lli-blsaatel.i Scorvra A.-niburgsr aad -i 1 f INSTANT HCLIEF " I IO! COLO IN TMS HUD CORYZON Vi. CATAIRH AND MAV FIVIR. 0L0 H-L UlUOailTI Ik SAVstAtTk f iilTAaJT IILIlT " J FO COLO IN TNI HtAO eCORYZON) e, CATAISll AND Hit FkvlS. JJ ot- Itk oauaaiiTi A V IM k-aVJgA.rB. 1 nHM.TMAATAi n ryte Itlrtfl Freer"" 171 4B, Clltaa. ri etiwiv. I stsosa 5 . SVere. -. s. n ,i-a HntiBaea. 14 4 147 gersheed. A 1 4 ml Wllkleten ... I 1 il Peltnn 1 I -, lie, L,o 14 6 IJIBBs.Cs, I r. (i 6 171 "1 rrttne . . S - 2 lYl'Peie.ie ..-.- o 4 (1 1J1 BrUfle 1 8 141 Srhnmnctier 5 6 11 21 Telal iliJOl"? 7as! Totia I ; 1 A 70 oa rsiBVs Slklaa .. 101 10.1 171 .141 411 408 177 834 73 Tat alreae 7" .R 111 Hi 4J7 :j llli 1171 71 r - I t'innir-Frnk Kearnn' scerere K r Sht.M sml tl lanraaes Ave rre -uhniav. IBM 8-6. Weir. se. il.i.. The Nnrlel. Spheroid, and kfliliilght teams esn.s tegethsr Is. I rsntng In litres i. lie.Jule rirvtei n tits series ef tt.e New jstsey Boeline Aisiiat.on o ma Bleat. Tlieercte. rinev nits osnaatta. I ifsrsctne K li. tl A-ee . S. r-s TAttherg 33 171 , iletismti .'J jt r. 114 llofTtnn 4 11 mi Siirttill 4 3 4 10 rhroeder. 1 :t I lllilBe.ei t fv 8 o iaha I :t ' 14-il.o.n-iiisnn 4 4 3 .08 llanlsr B 1 8 1 .18 Jaeger . 2 4 4 mr tlla. ... i4liill m ltla .11818 si - iner Bnhemtla .. 4H 117 13 :r. 188 441 557 col 701 is Nonparails -rl I 7:v 140 H-7 434 4HI W.S ret'r fl, 11 Tu tlmptrea A. Ittsatlsan antl J SniioOr. Scrvri Wtlllam hstuldsu suit - Mi union. Average si'li.r- Bldk 1(18 4-6; Noaparstle. I..:, 4 o. .roan hiss BISSiasTA I sos use. I A A H B Vwre I '. K A Slahen 4 4 2 173 rsttbsrg 3 I 1 let) r, -.ordinal o 4 8 ll'i ll'-nmstin ...1 It 132 liafleli 1 1 7 HHi-rnri'S'lst S 4 3 II NnrilSBkols I I n UUtil ... 2 5 .1 1 51 Bryan I a 2 lei nanisy 8 8 4 I I I Tstals ix . 7i5 Totals 13 32 1 1 S3 I rsies". f Mldnuhts ..78 III ISI IilH IUB 411 412 B78 835 Tnk Neaparatla M lao 366 HIS hi 4(11 5. 11 ..s 7JJ Mil ( t moires -A Hraallgan ami Oharlel Jenkine Hoersts P. J I eei and 11 -1. n.r, Avsrags Midnights, 141; Nonjiaiallk lrto l-. THisn ir. seesriuns 1 aibntnnrs .. .V. B. Jeeee, ' .s -. B. Ae-eA lltisstiisnn.. tl t I 210 Slahen il 4 l'l Bergman 2 4 4 l.n o ol sue 8 2 8 Ikl aver. 2 11 r, 141,11 tseoiner. sin ill 1.1,111. iii.iin j 11 2 174 Neril.nl. oil 4 1 6 !' Jaeger I 2 6 144 Hryau 1 2 8 14k Total 181817 Sivl Tolala 16 via f rsiBia Spheroid . 74 170 inn litis 454 840 CIS S7B 7681 Midnight ...Vti 184 171 ill I 4ISI 4H2 617 HJ1 nil! 1 tnplrs. Aurtiet Hrstit.KSn aud rharle Jenjrl Rcorsra I. Hader and F J. i eei. AVaragt tphira 108 4-5. Mldntghla. Kl.'S Ths hish team and Inillvldast seers wss naalsl Baah'a tuitrnamant nit I neliiay tnglil A. IT Antnal hektaynowar nil r-illitig lit in lha epaslkg aaif tDagertea. Ilia scutes: riser mn Msvnowsr Ballmso. Ion. Mlleehs, 111: Dr Anttl 14o, lltirknar. ls2, a Ablhee.-Sj r.,ial. H4I Daren oi Kaoaelasen. Itl7. Uest, 131, i niters ll Hot, 127. Relger, 107. Toial, :t BOONS ..is. riaramnat- Keckalssaa. IM. tdshl ISO dars. 1; Hoff. 181. Rslgsr. 1 50. TotaL ul Slar-taaber. lln. Habar. 134: Sarktta.is.r. II Osyer. luVi l.iltaasr. lul Tolal. 7111. TBlao us liar Wshsr, PSi Unbar. 137 Barkkatiser. IM, (lay 111, iatlauer IBO Tatal. et7 Mtylower Warm, 14V: Mllnoho. 144: Bailtn. r urkner. 2 14. A. W. Aelh... 1(8 Tiual. 8VV. la th Iral gas relied In the Anasael niatrin t. natnsnt o Monday niyi.t naly iws msmt.er. ..f t Willis aad Bast Msrrisania risb prtlrlpatad. 1 aaoras: eieiT ..... Willis- Salllvaa. IM; Derr 133. Total. 188. Fait MorrUABla Mala, I So . M UachlaabeL I 28 tal, 271, aacosn nut Allanlle SahotA IBS; Rraafaahr. Ill; litre. 18 leheppert, IM; Herger 18V Totat, BOL s in e i o.iney. Il7j Bnllivaa, 106. Dsrr. 148; Alber 111; Uohsrly. IM, Total, 4477 vetsn u.ea Atlaaile MM jei , Brtuhr. 141; si.rei. 14 Schappart. 1V7: llergar, lm I11IIL Ml! Bal Morrtaaala Mala 187; SehschtaaMI. IM. Kit slea. i:.s. lotai. 486. roCBTB BUS Csntral Waltsrs, lit; Bytnsa 1BI rerley. ( Millar, 160. Bsrgen. 114. Tola,. 746. A. 11. -Alir. 12; Maurer. I.titi Wshsr. 1ST; lln hot. 142; aiumpf, 17k lot.l. 71u. rtn OAB. g. O. k-Ahr. 178l Maurer. 1BT; Wsber. ISI: So: kef. 14At atnmpt 127. 1..tal. 7.01 Anchor aieta. 177: Whr. 16V; Taraer. IM; tie 187 ; staadelA 186. Tet, 71W). surg nils Aachor-Kteln. 110; Waber. 103: Tnrnsr. 140; ll 18V: KleedelA 162. Total, 764 Central-Walter., 140; HurLa. 130, rerley. J MlU.r. IDS ; Bsrgsa. lil.i. Tslal. 718. '. Bswllsg liaatre Ta-alght. laiDiiiuiri irsKmiisur Ipaadaway vs. Our Oea. Oar Own va Lafayall Lafayatt va Inesdaway. eil'll Tor. ..BBSS. aehlBahternsr va C'elumboA BAAS' 0 t MiHiir Foil Mooa va Mayflower, Mayflower vs Centsaali Cealaaalal va rail Mooa Minn TocBsiBas-A Salvatar va Tie; I, ant. Vilas net.. John Bohmsd. th wsl! known Vetera h..w er 1 the I'.tnpirs Bowl ng Club, died ysner.l.iv a.'iei u.hi lis waa rsaogulzcd a oaa of lbs crack uvelata a f4 years ago. MIDDLE SJAirs OARSMEN Ikausge Tbelr o.ellluilo. aal ( aselger 11 Aiessl Btgsll. Tha Mlddl StatM Bagatta Aasoclatlon hal a regular mealing laat night at the Hoh Marlborough. With a view to ezteuding tl membership of the assooiatlon. section 17 ths constitution, whloh called for an Initiate tm ol flO, waa abolished. Thla fa. It wi claimed, was a barrlar to many ciuba wl wished to join the association, aa all rlu within a radlua of fifty miles of this city a eligible for membership. It waa tha belli therefore, that the menlberalilti could be vast enlarged by doing away with tha Inltlatlc t. Tha vota to abollah It waa unanimous. Seatlon 18. which called for an annual assa mant not to excaad S25. waa alao abolish Thla aaretion haa In the past proved a very ol nozloua ona. not withstanding tha fact that tl action provided that any unexpended balant would ba raturnad to tha olube pro raaa. Tt Motion waa abollahad without a dlssaotin vota. But In order to provide against anr dt flelenoy J. A. Dempsey of tha Atalanta Bog Club offered thl following eactlon. which wa adopted: " In case of a deficit In tha expeneee of an annual regatta of the aaaoelatlon. club mem bare of the aaaoelatlon shall ba liable to an as aeaament Dot to exceed flu." Home dtouaion relative to th place o holding tha annual regatta waa had. hut 1 wa Dually decided that it waa too earlt t deoide the matter, and lta further consider tlou was tlfrrl to th nxt ma-tlng. At th last meeting of the aeeoclatioo two vacancle wera loft on the Begatta t'ommltteu. to b filled at this meeting, t'n recommendation o the Nominating lommittee. 1. Martin. Jr. I allaa. !e K ('.. and A. II 1'ruden orgthi Varum B.C. of Brooklyn were elected to fill the va canelea. At th conclusion of th regular meeting tin Begatta '. ommiltee met for the purpose o electing official for the regatta. 1 he follow lag were aelacted Bsferee Cherie Callia, Chicago Tituer J. Ooyls Crssvaiit A. C. Bostea. n J hsi.rsns Jr.Nonpsris N C i U. a Krllaeulier Atlaaln. li.ile.lni. C K. Z.t Piue. an"ioiln 8 c, Wasliiariloii. aud C Hsieiii kllsdailha Juoges l FiaieU-a II. Ai.-lerae liautilteaa. F. it Janissa blslea le aad A i t V Allan. Maw Jsrssr A. c. J A. IIab.1. Arthur 11 K. A. BAyunne. F Hurke Aelorla A ll. 0 J. Preissudsra. f Lllsile.pios. aud J Misa Bob, Iriii.ii B. C e'a tsr A J rluechtuana Ravsasa pod IL i . long I. an I rlrrk of tbe louree. d Jurt lur-ka H i' reseats n .' . sssisisst cisrk. U Is Hoi-.. 11 I AtslsniA fct l v erk of pris-A M. B. Fey Metropolitan K IT, Th ciub represented at tha meetlag weri the Metropolitan. Arthur hull. PaliaadM llauntle. Atalanta. btatan Island. 1 esaala Atlantic and Nautllua The meeting adjourn e.I eubject to th vail of th I'hair. ayportimitn'U fioofJ. Victors -III II I .I.IK TBt liB4TIB or imk MA.IillrAt l IBIla $85.00 Here's a chance to get A BARQAIN. New, not second-hand. A. Q. SPALDINQ & BROS. 141 BV0AJWAY Ao4 Bl oar aaw store, lis. 1. aa I I Vo Miui sA BICYCLE BARGAINS. UK) .(lll ftl $1 , f., . UfO barslii-. Meer S. u.ik -.., ch. UU fteiuiti uer at - a--. IUA.NUII MtM K.1IH1I ' .ik fLAl k. i OH. Ul Ml u r. LYNDHURST Haa woa uiur. r.s.e than aa) .. ia a f IJ.lldCuii B ..Id Block to dump on yi . Calaloaa! MiktitLk HAk8IM.IO aas. rasa. i 111 aal 116 uian s. . & f .