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H J 6 ' " ' ' THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. ss
H I I GOSSIP OF THE RUNNERS. m ij; H ft bitxepsbead bat xeetiko will H i end os tit v nun at xxxt. K I ft A. Mast Attractive rrrn fttr Its H j ! I , Flaal Dars-rrnck Twss.Tear.OU te H i j j Mi la tha rialUnsta Htakea TmIt- H ' J j Tha Bay Htakea on TVesliie.ilay flkealsl B , ' III Ha a Wattle Royal irThera la M Dale 8 if J lac-Mr. Voabarsch'a IllrJ Haadlcap-Tha H ' Mj ItrookslaleTeiirllags-PiitrlesrbrTo-day, B rj The current week promises splendid sport on B I'' the race track, to-day's programme for Shecps- fta . ! head I5 belnj a real good on?. Tlio Coney I Iilan! Jeckey Club's meeting will close on fts i i Thursday, and the horsrawlll fight their battles j for two weeks after that nt the Gravesend PB jM counts of the. llrookljn Jnkey Club. Then will BB follow ten days at Jeromo l'nrk, and after that BH , ' nine days at Morris Park, where the legitimate BBl ii l rarlwrtcaion In this Slate will close for the year BB Is, Vl'o Flalbuslt Stokes, the second e7cnt on the BB ?j csr.l.Mlllhrlngout lliobcjtof the two-years old, BB J and there is naturally a lot of Interest to see how BR the crack colts and fillies will acquit themselves Hj i n ( over tho seven furlong ground. The partial dls- BB 1 I 'J ability of Mr. Belmont's good cMt Ilraiidywlno BB (5 takes him out of tha raw. This spanking BB "f '' brother to rotornno wr.s considered ono of tho BB i l H moat dangerous facturs In the rr.ee, but the BB ( Lj kicking ho got from Applause on Saturday, to- BB w gather with the Injur) ho received bjr getting ; his lee over tho fence, will keep him In BK j'j 'retirement for n time. Mwok has a high BB (Uj reputation In the West, and on Friday H Ijjij when he ran Stoncnell to half n length BB r '" forced New Yorkers tn realize that ho Is a H B3 really high-class performer. Wo shall know to. BB S day Justness high his class is, ns he meet Con. BB J8 nofsseur, n most consistent performers (Sotham, !" f W I whose racs on Saturday was rt real good one! , jJS i Kcennn, a mu'-li better colt than ho has ever ug j v , shown In public; Monaco, a colt that Louis IB i SUmr. !'.) want a round track In order to lio 9 , 'a-cu nt his best! Kir fiallahad, tho best of the '' Krrne slit Won, and the smart Allies Sabllta and IU.ittA 1'ercha. iti tl o nills-sml-a-lialf raco Yo Tamblen will uu sit 1 lobb'us, Ba-setlaw, Saragossa, Uloamlng, I Coin (.'coper. Candelabra, The l'epper, St. Ml- j '. v'ae!, and other nailing Kood performers, ami the liubllc of Xew York will got Its first view of Chris Smith's great nmr.i since she ran hero a a , three-year-old In the lrid;e Handicap. The 1 other races for to-day havo filled well, but In ! '.rder to give Its patrons good measure tho Coney Island Jockey Club ban arranged an extra race, which will close at U o'clock this mni-nlng. It tn n Milllngaffalr, at one mlle.overtiie turf course, and '.tie winners Le inxllle. Watterson. and Marshall j Imst tarry seven pounds extra. To-morrow the I .Voodcock Stakes, ut one mile, fnrtnn-year- ; Ids. wilt bedecldetl. Th race is oer the turf ourse, and that sterling little performer Ilavoo 'llll tlnd opposel to It I tit Agitator. I.lMok, Call ''irnla. Tim Coon. Sir Dixon, Jr., and others that till take some txn.tir.L-. On Wednevlay Urn l'artrldce StAkts for two-yehr-olds at tiirio-qunrier of a mile, over the turf couratnlll be run. and In addition the Hay Htakea Is announced by Secretary Fellows. The Ttay Stakes, entrlea for which will close to-mor-: ,'Dir at ::io 1. M.. Is tor all age", and is a sweep stakes or JJU each, with fJ.UOQ udded, of which f. 5300 to second and S'-'SO to third. The distance Is one mile and three-sixteenths, and as the race (.. Is, made at weight for age there will bo a t chance to eo Clifford, Domino. Ilnmapo, Henry ." of Navarre, Don Alonzo, Yo Tambleu, I)orlan, 1 i$. Sir Walter, John Cooper, and other clinkers : 1' tuortltjg silk. Tho final day's card is attrac tive In the extreme, the Great Eastern Hand! i ap for two-year-olds and the September Stakes forlhree.yer--olds at one mile and three fur Jones being the features of the programme. All of the two-year-old flyers are In the Great East v -rn, and the flelrt for the race will undoubtedly 'v lie as large as that for the Futurity. About 600 persons enjoyed a most perfectly V served clambake In the grovo behind the h Krand stand of the Coney Island Jockey i Club yesterday afternoon. The bake was I 4 Made by a brother to the late lamented I S; ,-T, R. llabcock. and was servett by f i Tames MIleniKue tho popnlar caterer of the i V t'oner Island Jockey Club. Superintendent , ,' IYaiik Clark saw thai e-i erybody was at home. ' Hnd the occasion was most pleunant. After tho -Vj feast the party grouped on the steps of the ' v. grand stand ana a photograph ra taken. K. j S . The following Is tho progrumme fur Sheep- BB j. ' heailBayto-dny: BB , I i first IUr.-ot' twivycar-olits wWrh tisve run nSil vjj ?,' I : ent won clnrlni; the ineetlnz: a vr"pLikM or 81." M C k, ch. wlihai.ciinuUilnl.orwlilcli aiu'j 10 IhoictunU B Z sntl SI0(1 tolho ttilrdi flernr:on-m 1 t Counter Tenor ... Iia Navsho.- ton M h llernmnttik llo t'aaterbury too B i I i . Mtditar Him oil 0nirn,,.... iimi 'V' MagT.rlUni t-olt Ion txirnert'Or volt inn M ! ). Rounitelsy,. . III!) Iiulie nlly UT Halvatlnn IIIO Hnlloway 07 S- j ' ('plain Mek loo ydl U7 N -r ltanclirstrr log k'luiU VI BM ? ! ' Rtcou'l ltace The Flatbnth Slikf-.; a Wftpltakrt M -S - or two-rrar-olrt.. fnaii t IdttV. nt (an racn. wltli ,-, - HI. 5i)ci nditrdi thMtrcond to reeelre (JOOnut of the Y stakes; taa third to rare kit utakei seven furloDjci. BM ' Llsiak. .. . unixo-isco . ...110 ' 'kmnoliwur ltd -ilrtlalahaa tin m , i'- Jleenau Ilo.lSahlll 107 j ; Uotham ... 110(luiurrirh ... K,7 BM 'i- Tnint llaee Vorthree.yixlJ,non.wlnnersitttrlni: V f.- the ret:ln; aureptakror 1)5 rich, with $l,iiu m '.- 5; added, or which I'OO to the second and flOOtotlio H fit" ' fe ihlnt; ouo r-illr. f- SL SlrKTi!ei 18Sentor Orady IS i S 1'ilra'lan. tvw Uunjjnnnn 101 BM ft BE? Fourth Usee For three-vpacKildi and upwards a ir 7v nandlcapnn'wtakes of $23 each, andoniy taiftle- B , l if t'Uirwl, with 11,300 wldrd, of which 6330 to the mcodU Bj l ifr and also to thu third) ono mile and a halt. Bl Ji'Tajiiil.UB., 12lThB IVnixr.. 10 if . l'bhbln. 110 hi. Michael. ... 11)1 , 4v' JUitetlsw low Vli-Kiriuus .. . to-j . , W KaraKMsa too stru'.hinrath, ,. . llul B . ,. a tlloainlnK. s,,.. 1113 llnmpipn UA T Jr U ft John Cunprr I5 1'iH'alioiiiai. M i M fL. m K I'andeUlxa lU3lllyilcralia'l . h7 BM !H', Bl 2L - Fita Hac-For tlireyrar-n'da ancl upwardi purls B i i IH vF il.oiai, rwhlih!vuutotlie ui-nud n,( Slim to ih 1 . BJ It' Ihlnliutnuie$l3ch.tu lh dlllitnl tirtwreu set- P l Hv ff' ondandtlilrdi telling allowaiires, one mile, Bt Bl m. Turn Skldmoro. . . . 115 lluckrrne ml 1 S S. Adetbert . ,. ... .. 114 Terrapin tot 1 B I S. Hpecuutlun. ...... lit Jim! ...".lot rQ 4 ToinTmuh Ill Utile) Mat lot N 'X chief Joillo Ill Ujiu.haiiki ...Jul U 4 lksJueen IIP I'lralr Chief UH fa I k it' Thurtno ..... . Iiiri Mr&g'i. us !' I ' Ilr.kaw Ida BM! f B Klxtli Kacf Fur three.rearHld and upward. A I . IK h.h.wjm hand'eap swraiainkra nt tin each, anil V;' M B onlreaif declaret, with ,avi added, of which -!5u BVjl fit- S K4 leihexmmd aud II OU tu tha third. Two miles, uu I v fl - PAX tbaturf. MB I IB R ((loamlng. 133 Harry Alonio lit f K;' AUlgiiftf Wo Judau Ho Tl iil! B. JJihtlou! tin Chauacey.. llu H IE W inouetto. . 110 BJ ' Y llellevlng that there Is Interest tn the Judg. ffj ' W , 'v ment of llaiidkatiper Voslmrgh, Tills Sun tills Bfir m '-' morning prtuta a list of the horses handicapped fit H i, for the ljibor Duy Stakes tn be run at Sheetu- Bl , head ly tiMlay. Kservliorae. thrwi years old K i ..;, Hnd upward, that has started since the meeting BI ' i haa ojiened ami aomn that hau nut started, I lv have had judgment jassed. upon them; I . 'i Addle,.., UO Ily Violet 100 I ? 'f- Aurellan no Uoiivlll na C A, drlbert N7 Liulrr.. ,,,, mj f P Avon , 13 Iinvdale ,. titt . -&. Armltairv ,... wo Loruohauku H... hu ;, ft AntlpoiU Ml Lira Oak n7 ; !, m Arab a UKhttoot hi rV la Appomattox 07 MUtit tm ' R AJaX 110 Mendicant K4 ' i ,- H Iterwin vo Manhsll m Iff A M Wily 8 h.i Msld Uarlaa .. us I Mb llaxrltlaw timllr.hau hi i r K IwnLiunond uu Nrro. ,H wo r Bl lltulnru ru oiilluuululon h7 i W Illack Hawk. as Oar Mania ' h I 'It X JUuibnjr H3 OxTord ho f T . JwttUrand h I'anvtay x.1 j 4 i jiaekmre Ul Pimr Jonathan H.I ( 4 i liaat ManJutt (ill Prlc... wu J . Bnnucl tXM Peacemaker .... lotl 1 I ' Jjildeimr ws Puchlno w.l f" ' Uolluu Jul PucahonUs h 1 I . J 1rit o 1'ultti.T. h3 i 1 . i . lSitlioot,Ti w3 Peter tha Ureal. . . wu t J lrlr. as Prime Carl W1 fj I ' i , CJaoielillna h3 Picnicker loo It ( Caudrlnbra u3 PairlcUu wo W U I tiaiit., . W7 Roche Mil , Jf , Clljoril. ... ,1'Ji. Hu H "3 PC- ' t' tJouurlle . . hU HrUklu ... . uu sir 13 : Sf sliref Juiilc a.1 H,n 7 SOK III &L Ierran(tUa 03 lUuispo id (Sa? 01 ah IorUu 11a ltubicnu .. u; ! nm ML Iwmtno II rhuniou k7 SB; . Nj IKlljfcolt N3 Tnpiallmut h.1 fl ! W' Hf.l.rutl . . wu Th,ilvppr U4 IVf m I L. Uheat. - UH Tnm bklduior . .. li.t 'S' I T pobblns llu Tornirulor h7 P 1! " DarkneM.. . . . nTHIrUalter IS1 1 plscount uilbJr KulM.it .. .1011 I ut !" Aloam ., JJU Mour.ltlllr .. .. .1 1 T JVtteU akaur w7 St. Mlcharl 11)4 ; ' ad. Kearney Wl bone aud pauce b7 Fraak-H. JUrf... . M Mtaibm. SA r- ' Ftlrt. . -MlHt. Iat tn: .4 ' Moretua. h:tSuuudmQr u:, hi I X J'oudollna wu karacuwi luu 11 i jft Varadaj IIJ bnlliarv Vu 31 j 1 P Kaarvi ..... u.l tuiit Hryaut ai II I lb illepmuynf., tM hpeCLlaUun 1.7 SI I ' MF iialloplaxVlug VI htcatorilrsdy. .. W3 kJT j E toi. Fifrr no btou.u.ll... ... us ')T I ' K !denalWy. ... . au Mralhmtslh luu r R llloamlug.. ... u3 Slrephou. . uu '?' ' M "fclllee u Trump ... N B W Hurllaaluuii . 11; Treriau a.1 ' & ' , K. Hudor ... aj To.vltUarcr . . . a? , i ft H"" tmy ... luuTheg'ieen ,3 1 1 fel. Henry or Nrarr llw lra40 bJ f I - ' W HartUitMU . Ul VUlurUxu Iiu i ' iL Hornpipe W3 U'aliJlDl wo W ldrbad a7 rnlrf ai , EG J . a3 l-Uinar M 1, p Illitui ... W0,Vllfr4OU W7 I Bf JtuUaSlurrnw baU-ii Furuo hi K Jckorupd4 . .. wi'YiitauiUlu Ill ' K John Cooper ... IOJiYu Vl iWj 'Jj K Kiaflet. . ... 107 ZuuUka e3 j W Kaaaa. . 3l , ' I fl Secretary Crickmoru of the Xew Vork Jockey U IB Club annouoce the following order for tha t jS, atakja to be run during the autumn mcetinj of i r I ft Jt ;i,r grk iKy Club which com ent on i j! f Ovu a; n ll" ,fb"W8'lSoear oM.JI.so aJCsd. I V six lonoui; Jlnt AU An berlal IUu4ka. nooo 1 ' narasie3cavajti,',tti jurloujs. itramV hjodl- I eap, three years old, M.800 added, 'one mile and a Oct. rAXatron RUkes, two years old. It 0.000 added, six fitrlonjrii Manhattan llsodlcsp, all ages, 11,800 atded,eamlleanriaqesrier. '.. . Ort. H-Giiu Stakes, two reara otd.lt.AOO added, six rnrlonesi aeeonrt Alr Vrtal naBdleap,f2,sOO gnsranteert cash valne, one mile. Oct, Dnnmnw Rtskes, two years old- t.r.00 added, six fnrlonrst First Three Years' Old 'Herisl Handicap, tl.ooo guaranteed esth ralne. flrernrlonfj. .Oct. lo-llunter llandlcaB, aiilea three years old. Sl.Boo added, nee mile and a onarteri Country Club Handicap, all aces, I,t40 added, ona mile and a furlnnt. net, ll-Champarne Makes, two yesrs old. 11,900 sdded, seren furlonasi Becoed Tare Years' Old, Ferial llandleap.it.DO0 xasraateed cash vlne, one mile. Oct. ll-Faihlnn Stakesj allies (wo years old," l,300 added, six furtonts. , . , ....-, Oct. is-rtursefy aukes. two years old, tl.MO added, itx forlonti: Third All Af wrist llindlcap, t.i.ooo guaranteed caili value, ona mile and a quarter, oet. Is Whlta I'lsips Itandleap, two yeara old, at.600 added, six rurionrii relham Bay Itandleap, three years old, 11,300 addrl, one mile and a quarter. The Brookdala stud yearlings, the property, of Col. W. I. Thompson Sons of Ited 1'ank, S. J which will heyold this evening at the Ameri can Horse Kxchange, nroadway and e'lftletlt street, were seen by a number of horsemen yes terday at the American Horee Exchange. Thlr. ty-four head are catalogued, among them the produce of the well-knowaalroalmp. Macaroon. Stonehenge. Uncas. Faverdale, Kinglike, and Imp. Eothrn. the latter by Hampton. One of the best-looking colts of the lot Is by this horse, out of Retribution, the tiara of the well-known lierformera Nick and Arab. Tlia youngsters are asery good-looking lot, and should bring fair prices even In these days, when all kinds pf horses seem to be cheap. There will also be old Immediately after the 11 rook dale yearlings a number of colta and fillies, the proprur.-of James II. Clay of Kentucky and other owners. READY roil FLEETWOOD TO-DAT. ' rreparanana Made rap Oaod Werk tka Old Track. Yesterday waia busy day at rieetwood'Park, where the Or and Circuit trotting meeting be gins this afternoon. The horse's which trotted in the West last week and which have engage ments In (ho harness races here were constantly arriving at the track, while thoaa already on the ground had exercising work by.way ot prepara tion for the approaching contests In which they arc to take part. James (lolden. John Goldsmith, Gil Ctirry, Dave llaybould. Hob Stewart, and many 'other famous trainers are on hand for the openjng to day. Jiiich tn the disappointment of the big crowd of local horsemen who gathered at the track yesterday to Inspect theflyers. Ally, and the other crucks of tho Salisbury stable failed topnt tn nn appearance. It Is said by the drivers Just arrived trom the West that Allx Is engaged to trot against time at Indianapolis this week, and that she will not be seen In New York until after her performance on the lightning track In the Honsler capital. Dave llaybould, tue driver of Lord. Clinton, liellcves Allx will beat the record at Indianapo lis if the conditions are favorable, as herutya the track there Is faster that) the famous UrtM course In Terto Haute. Rob StewatUwhodrnvo Kylund T. In the record-breaking race,won by Alix two wreka ago. says the mare Is the fastest trotter on the turf, Dlrecturp not barred. 8tw ort relates how wjien lryland 1 rotted his Utlnl quarter of the second Mies,t In HOW setonds, and was gradually overhauling Allx In. the lead, McDowell clucked to the nervous' little raaro ami she actually let out another Irok and 'began to draw away from Stewart'a' gelding. Rylantl T. anil Lord Clinton are both at Fleet wood,' but It is extremsly doubtful whether they, will tget an opportunity to trot In the free-for-all, as the race has but these two prospective starters, and Is therefore likely to bo declared off. A pacing free-for-all may lie arranged to take the place of the open race for trotter, several very fast side-wheelera being at the trick with no engagements for the week. Among them are Mascot, Guy. Paul. Major Wonder, and oth ers. Another proposed makeshift event Is a free-for-all trot under saddle-for R'puwo of $1,000. To-day's Programme will have a saddle race for $300 In addition to. the regular races, provided a sufficient number of entrjea are re ceived to Insure a good contest. ' SSO.OOO la Paraea at tke Terra Haa Met. Tr.nnr. Haute, ,1m., 8pt. 2 The entries are announced for the fall meeting. Sept: 11 and 14, on tho Terre Haute track. The purses aggregate $30,000. The free-for-all pace on Sept. 13 wilt be a sensational event. It will be contested for by Joe Patchen, Hal Rraden, John It. nerttry, Rubensteln, Mascot, Reflector,. Flying Jib. and Doe Sperry. Robert J. will start on BeDt. 1 to beat the world's pacing record of 2:0 W, made on the Fort Wayne track, and Is to receive pay for every fraction he knocks. off that mark. Allx will start on Sept. 13 for a purse of $9,000 tn beat Nancy Hanks'srecord of tt:0. The free-for-all trot has In It Kyeinlln, P.yland T., Night ingale, l'lxley, Phosbe Wilkes, Oreenleaf, A iota, and Lord Clinton. ' ' ' Fantasy will start for the $8,000 parse to beat 2:U7, the four-year-old record. The Clark's 'or Ittvlttr Stallion Representative Stake pf 318.733 has bean set for too opening day, with the Consolation Stake of J 2,080 for the lost day. - Trouble Jletwcen tke Baltlseara Whealasea and tka 1, A, W, 1 RALTTMonc, Sept. sl There Is going ,to be, a lively fight between the League of American Wheelmen and the Maryland Bicycle Club of this city, one of the strongest and wealthiest organizations In the country. The trouble dates back to the last race meet .when Consul Molt and the then Vice Consul Reed enforced the or der of the National Racing Board by refuting to allow agenta of cycle dealers on Uie track. There came very near being a split at that time, the riders threatening to leave It the rule waa enforced. The trouble was patched up then and there, but some of the local clubs have since objected very stren uously tn the ruling. Now the Maryland Club throws down the gauntlet and proposes tn tako Issue with Chairman Raymond of the Racing Hoard over his order that nrtne but qfflclals shall bo permitted on tliil track, and 'that rbe' cycle dealers lie not appointed as officers. -The club announces that it will appoint about every cycle denier in town ns an nrtlclal. Tbey say they propose tn run their race meets fo 'snlt'them hrlses. The Baltimore Club, the second strong eat nt the Maryland division, ha cut lpoae from the league rntliely and others may follow.- Nu merous meetings have been held Oils week' be hind rinsed doors. It la understood that the tratles control some of the leading clubs 'here, hence the rebslllon. Charaploa Ultekela Tak,a tka Oarryawaaa la C'nmp. Tha roueh playing which has served toderrade Carllo football was conspicuous by Its ibnence at the football game between the Champion Mitchell and Garryowens. which took place yesterday afternoon at Wallace's Ktdgswood Park. The action of (he Centra! Cnuncllnr the Oiello Association ' la exprlllna the liarry and Irlth-Amerlearu for uanity conduct on the Held It M-enn has bad the desired effect. Tha xanta yeitrrdsy was iba best of tha presmt ararnn, rssulUnz la a well-earned vK-torrtnr.il.. Jrltclu-U bythecloaa ai-oreof 3 points to 3 points. Tha teams: Onrryovm, Fatittont. -XltcKeU. ?' " "" Oo' Dalton. o Keefe. J (T. Fan. HiCormack. .Half backs......... lA-HrWr" Lummlngs. Jujr. t, Shea. J Currr. J-Whea. Centres.,..- HcMann. l'-'onn. Cranley. J. hhanahau. , Jlrllahon. Jo.. Hhanahan. ( r,,-.i. ori)ar? M.O'lMnnelU Forwaids "Ji Ooudwm. I J. Earan. H.srjge.1. -nightwtnn $W S!3l!r -Uftwlan .,. ?fe- Football at Ellaabalkyort Polat! There was a hard fouxht contett at fnotbajl under American Auoclttlon rules at' ElUabe'thporl yester day afternoon. The competing elevens wrre'UloteVf the Star and Grerent Football Cldb nt Newark, and the Knirrald Vuotball Club of Eltubelh. Tha lWtiei. too n Irani wnu by a -ore of fbur goals to three. Mar tin Ilyau and Jack Nolau each kicked two goals for the triors. J linniy Hart made mo and Walter Ranter tatlted one goil for the ,New.rkrra. The teams' " P1K.S1 r-c: SSSiSZJSZZ "Sj-a? Srn-L f Full backs.. ........ f" Howanl. 1 I While MclJlnnls.' Half backs JEiouaV. nir.-V' ? curie. l. Kvar;. , i T.Moore. Hlxirtn.. ijari, J0'- , Forwards.'. !rijoore. "wu, j t (uunter. SUdaas Ceta m Uaclaloa Over Jack Horlaa. Jim !.ave Ik-, lu comp.iny with hla favorite protrjf, fleorxe bl4deus,Uft for.pro;t Ut jilgbt at 7"so oVIock, where tn-nU'ot Etddons will try and subdus Billy Uarfney tu a t:n rouad bout. Of eours--Lavelle bat great expectations of landing tha big ond dr tka on 'I hurtday evening UU fclddow fouxkt Jack Bar. Jan of , ash uxtou la Ike arena of lb. Eureka Atklelfc t lubof Virginia. About l,oooieclaurawera present, ami luey uw a nght that p as latensaly ekol.t!a"fnai the call of tlms. slddons, by superior poaeaJnr aad head o:k. received the rfeafiUou; boyltn la a. Ilkelr by light wtbjbu at the CaNtol. A " appetiser. We club pulled off a limited round exhibition between Fred atorrls. tha " Mack cyclone." and Ijiwrvnea White of Fituburk-h. Fire kalr-raUlu rounds urre fought, and Lawrence was knocked out: b.i Ian I; matched to nxtat btenuu Abbott tha latter part of tbl innath. Larelle thinks that tha Kur Club la (Otaf to bo famauaprelirwMa. navU that bU traatutul by toecj wea "avrsy up la O." Charley Uellyaad tscarce Corteld ta riakt. Articles ot axreement for a flf ht btwaaqCharUy Kelly of this city and George Cornald of (nglaod bava beu signed by the latter and are now oo their way to prints the fodowlng la retrrenca to ihefcitcbi -VrtierUay we raoalvad arttetaa froa Corfleld's backer for this ma ton, and aavaturwardadT tbeialo the f Gtustrs umc.ew Vork. f ti Kelly's eta-nature The couditlooa art to box twenty rouada with four-ouice lores, al 1 stone Is poaxds. fox XtOO I iornfkrexotllaalda,altiarf()irEHaKallBW. I 5"ft: 5 Mool r. Doe. fit it f. aad aretxk at ioSilock oa tha day. Ts utortufUf, 10 ajpoilt rctcraa.- J ' f Sit,, f tji n-jiitili Ti 1 la MJl'til wizLiAMSbvitair a. a, games. Seed Tferk by tka Wearers at tke Oraaga aad Blue, Some good work was done by the members of the miltamsbnrghAtkletlo Association yrsterdty morn ing on tha Huthwlec plant. The results folbiwt Saventv-flve-yard l)ah, Ifacdlrsp Won tiy Charles FOreaves. 4 yards! ni-nry Klune, 1 ysrtl, secondi Winiam U. Feeney, it yards, third. Time, 7 3-3 sec Oivla. Two-hundred and twenty yard Dssh, tlandlcao won by James J. Feeney. 40 yards; Charles nnwland, IS yards, second; Louts J. Bnure, 10 yards, third. Time. VIA-naeconds. 8lx-hundred-yard Dash, tlandlcsp-VTon by William It. Feeney, Ho yards; Charles F. ifonlaiid, 20 yards, second; James J, reenry, 60 yards, third. Time, I minute S3 x-A reconds. one thousand yard Run, Itandleap Won by John J, Leonard, scratch 1 cbsrles F. Ilnwlsnd, scratch, sec oud: William II. Feener, 40 ysnlf, third; James J, Feeney, 100 yards, fourth. Time, S minutes 8 second. nunnlne; filch Jump, Handicap Won by louls J. rocksnl. In Inches, with S feet A Inches ; Charles F, Rowland, H Inchen. second, with a feet u Inches; Henry Jt. Connorei 0 Inches. third, with A rest 2 Inches. One standing Hrtatt Jump, Handicap Won by tuls J, Packard, I foot 11 liichei, with in feet m Inches; Charles F, Rowland, I foot fits' Inches, sernnil, with infect) Henry H.Connors, scratch, third, with v feel I0'4 Inches. Pole Vault for Height, Hsndlcsn-Wnn by Louis J. Rnurr, 1 loot n Inches, with feet 11 Inches I James K. tlresvrs. ;i Inches, ercnnd.wlth s feet 11 Inchest Cbsrles F. Ilowltnd, 1 foot 3 Inches, third, with arret It Ineliea. Kihlhltlon Oneiuarter Mile Walk Dy Charles A, Nlcholll. against the track record. Time. 1 minute X4 secondii.demnllihlnir thnmconlby 11 seconds. Putting the nixteen Pound Shot, Handicap Won bv nenry II. Connors, :l fret 4 Inches, with Mt feet; Louis J. Packerd, H feet, second, with as feet Inchts; Charles I'. llowlanti, 4 fret, third, with M feel i Inches. A' err -Vork Atlilrtea nt Philadelphia, A, big delegation of amateur athletes from this 1 district patronized t lie games ot the Rank Clerks' Association at l'htladelpha, l'a on Snttirday, and carried off many of tho handsomo prltes. Tho games took place on the University ot Pennsylvania grounds, and lovers ot the sport mustered In force to see how tho local tracks would faro against the celebrities from New jork. The high jumping competition furnished tho most sensatlonalstruggle of the afternoon. 1 he event was regarded as a gift for M. F, Sweeney, A. A. A., who lias been unbeaten on oven terms alnoe he made the present world's record of tl feet H Inches atTravcrs Island two ears ngo. The champion was In troublo after crossing U feet, and premier honors were cleverly taken by the .local flyer N. T. Leslie, who cleared 0 feet 1 lifht . . . .. . The winged foot of the New York A. C. was largely in evidence throughout. Tiimmv Lee earned doublo brockets by winning the lliOntid U30 yard handicaps from ncratch. George Snmls failed to concede 1:1 vards to W. J. Ixing, A, C S. N. In the quarter-mile ran. but ho finished a close second from scratch In fast time, while H. Scovllle, Jr., it yards, rait third. Charley ICII Patrick won tho half-mile run from scratch In the exceptional time sir 1 minute 3ii:t-rt seconds, and . W. Ortmi captured tho mllp run In 4 minutes 113 seconds. II. T. Lvons struck a soft spot in the brotid Jnmp and won cnslly with a Jump nf 31 feet H inch. The Pastime A. C. w as represented by O. O. Hollander, who rnn second In the mile and third In, the half. M. P. Halpln. N. Y. A. ('.took third place from rcratch in tho V'.'0-yard hurdle race. , Itatlana on the Cinder rath. The Flgll d'ltalla Atldctlc Club of this city held their annual banquet and games at Boehm's Southflcld Pavilion, New Dorp. S. I., yesterday nfternoou. and met with considerable success. The club Is one of tho most popular organizations of Its kind In New York. Not withstanding that the club heretofore has catered only to boxingand wrestling, the mem bers performed crrditablo work on tho cinder path- The summary: 'Orre-nundrrd yard Dash, Scratch, Open to All-Won by'Andrew Canneo; F. Manclnl second. Time, UH seconds. Bonnlng Droad Jump, Scratch, Open to Jtrmbers Only Won by A. Cllnnro. with a Jump of l feet I Inch; p. Zurlawas second, with a Jump of 14 feet fl lnnties. t Half mile Run, Hcratch.Open to Members Only-Won by P, Harslcano, with A. Ciinneo second, and 0. 1'ar rettl third. Time, .) minutes K second. Throwing the sixteen pound shot Won by A. Cun. neo. with a throw of leu ft 7 Inches; J. Ii'Anirells second, with a throw of lot feet; E. Oarlbaldl third, with a throw of X7 fret H ln-b. Hnutd Rare. Open to All-Won by P. Zurla. wllh P. Harslcano second, and Victor Fontana third. Time, 45 seoonds. Mile, Run. Scratch, Open to Members Only-Won by Oeorxa'Carrara, with 11. liigalo second, and J. Bor racco third. Time, 0 minutes 7J seconds. Amaaal Sporte or tha llloomlaRdale Boat Club, The annual aquatic sports of the Btoomtngdale Boat Club took place yesterday afternoon on the Hudson niter, the start aud nnlth being opposite the comfort able and home-like boathouie located at the foot of lOId street. The rowing races were a mile straight away, the swimming races lOOyards, and the tub races 00 yards distance, summary: Single Otgs-Won by H.Krsrmer, with R. D. aloes k. ner second and II. A. Miller third. Two opMi length divided first and second, anil there was one boat length between second and third. Time, 3 minutes 02 4-aeeesinds. Junior Swimming ltace-Won hyT. II. Peaty, with "Vaupel srsond and Thomas Trustier third. Thrre ysfros divided nrst and second, and about six yanls separated second and third. Time, I nilnuta it 3-3 aeoonda. . ttfnJor. Swimming lUee-Wnn by II. A. Jllller.wlth Li ,.'Lf,lA" aecond, and T. II. I'eaty third. Fouryards divided nrst and seco-id. and there was about th same distance between second and third. Time. 1 minute 1 4 srroDd. Swimming Race, Open-Won by E. Fuchs, Valencia n. C. of Hoboken. II. Hleulnir. Claremont II. C. of liar lem. ses-ond: John U.srdl. llmtson II. V of Harlem, third. Teu yards dleldrd first ami secoud. and there JMlina . yard's illtTerenre brtween second aud tlrlrd. Time, 1 minute 3 second. Junior Tub Hare Wou by Frank Miller, with Oeonre 5W3'.!",ro'"''.,,,,d C"nrd Zlnk third. Ten yards divided nrst and second, end second and third were torrayardt apart. Time, 1 minute SI irs-nnds. Senior Tub Race-Wop by llrrniau Miller (Monde ballet girl), with It. D.llloerkner Itrampi. second, and Thornss 1 Trmtler (policeman), third, ihn ballet girl won quite Handily, and tho tramp ll the policeman by a few feet, who upset at the finish. Time, 1 nun uts 4J seconds. IlMir oared tiarxes-Wot by the Homewheres-II. I.-a"sIlo'J- O. hegrlts. No. Hi U. linkrnhelmer. No. Hi J. Flack, strokei F. Malrhsil, toiswulu. .NoivherfS T. Trosllrr, Lowi UK. Urban, Jf.s, V; H, a. Miller No. 8; II. Kraemrr. stroke: n.n. Ulorcknrr.coiswalu. Three open lenxths disided the creas at the finish. Time, A minutes and 14 seconds. Nautilus Boat Clnb Regatta. The tenth annual regatta nf the Nautilus Uoat Club was decided over tha regular three-quarter mile course off the boat houni at Sixty-Fifth street. Bay Rldft-c, on Saturday. The results Jit 'lor hlmtle fllgs, for Ftruskl Medal-Won he Ed warn Armstrong, with John Brophy second, and LharlesE. Cramthlnl. Time, a minutes lOsci-ondn. single tugs. Novices-Won by relrrlrk F. Winters, with Amlreivlt Hnltnan second, aud Henry II, Duune third. Time, ,1 minutes 4 s,-ondi. !.m";.,mJ'"m,,n,?,n"''' Igs-Wust by Alvah Mckersou. with Artbnrltlllman secoud. Time, 3 minutes V4.3 sernnds. Junior Single Olgs-Wan by Walter it. Uynote. with rredrrtrkJ, llaward second. Time, a uiluutea 27 seconds. . Junior Double flljs-Won hj E. It. Cram. Iw, and A. H. Holnall, stroke; E. II. Henries, bon. and W V. tJrlfflth.stroki'. ses-ond. Time. 4-3t. Senlo.- Double lllx- Won by w. H. Whither, bow. aud A. Prentiss. tr.ke. tv II. Van HenthuvM-n! bow. and A. Illllniau, stroke, sei-onil. Time, 4:4.1 v-3 .IJH?,','l, uur"?.?nSJ ',U-Wsin by J. A, K, Ward, bosv.' "JM.u,.'tr' ' w- T- Crimib, lit u.'h. Hmlih, stroke. audit. Freeman, coxswain. J. Iirsdler, Uiw; )' ioih Vis!"?'.?' ' lnter..a, J DPhllii,,.. stroke, and T, ulrleb, roxswalii, m-onil. v. If Craur. bon : w II biulth.Vi O. ltuprerht, H; F. B. Beckwlth, stroke; W 1.Hyiioth,tnialii,thtnl. Time, 4iJ. Second heat and final postponed. .llx-ssaredUantea- Won by W Ulrlrh.bows H.Muller 2; J. Duncsis. i); t. Ituprerlil. ,4, It M. Cummins, 6 A, Nlckrrsou, strsikr. anil W. C. Jtihnsoss. coxswain A, Itsiman, Imiiv, V. J. Hayward, i: K. II. Ilrnrlcl. II. F. F. Winters. 4; W l.uct.S; A. Hillu.an. strokei and C.lluht, coxswain, second, O. C. VsrreWmau. Imiwi . F. Warlug. . ll. Tl.tr. Ill A. II. ILwItl, 4?J Brophy. o, J. D. Phillips, stroke, and K. Armstrong, coxswain, third. Ttine.MMi;. , ..0.,!f"nunuru a"" nfty-vard Swlm-O. I'.uprecht nrst! It. Warm second, aud Jt, Wade third. TTrne, Jmlu. utes. u.0rrlaih. A, Honiau, and It. It. tnunlns also swam. New York A- C, Oaratnea ltace. The last and roost important event of the New York A. C. annual members' regatta will be docidrd on the Sound, off Tratrre Island, on Thursday. 1 he prelimi nary beau were ronrd on baturday last, aud fur nished some exciting sport for the uiemliers aud guests assembled. Tne lase wasfor foiir-oaivd Bins. ?J??. VX". '.KJ 71"1 ''": 4 were so evenly inatcht-d that the Ant heat resultrsl lu a tie between ilieni. C-rewNo, x rrusvd the JUia In froat for Ihr second beat, but were ruled out for fouling .So. j. end the let. ttr crew got the Ileal. The handicap ras e lor slnxle shells was won by J. R. Crawford, la seconds, after a pretty llnl.li wltli II. . Benactt. sj sej-ouus. Tbe scrafcls nisn, F. W. llowsrd. was a good third. Crew No, t raptured ibe pair-surest glxrai-e lu nice style bv two Iructha from .No. 1 irew and the elglit-oared shell reca went tu No. I rrew. al tera spirited strutle over the entire course. Tliedls hruTwM ,lJefJ " ""-"""" ut a ml.,, Tjera a Pbeaomeaal Htvlasoser, J. II. Tyers, the wonderful amateur swimmer, continues to clcavo tlu water at a record. break, ing speed, Hla latest achievement was at tho twelfth "aunuiU" of the Ratensbourne fJub, where a special 150-yard handicap wax Intro duced to give him un opportunity of measuring his powers against the record of 1 minute 48U seconds made by Joey NutUll at Rockdale Baths. Sept. St. ISIS. Tyera went at such a fco that he not only won from scratch, but onds. J. II Derbyshire. 1 1 es.onm, w oa second, and A. A. tsru, 7 seconds, third. E. U. SmltK champion of London, la seconde, could do nu better than fourth, .i.0n, A,!i' 5, at "'"f 'ou thport regatta.Tyers won the l.UOo-yard a immlng championship Tof the Northern rouutle In tho faatsai time ier a", complished by an amateur. He wou by 37 sec. opdatrom joung Derbyshire in IS liinutea a aecontU. The prut lous record a 13 minutes 6U seconds, made by R. II. Todd at New castle blfcin iS- J10 d u' T)e turned up at BunderUnd to defend fcla title to the 300- 2$ ;nm?loutUl1'- " wnt h front at onat. and, drawing away at every stroke. won by OVJt XATIOXAZ CAME. Meantta of Teaterday'a Coateate-Raw tka Claba Htaad. At Paterson yesterday the Ironsides defeated the Tatersons by this score; laoxsini, riTxasox. . . t. R.le.r.0. A. r. a.lf.ro. s.x. A.rtothfne.c. n o 0 Van Zant.gs.l 0 II 1 X H.K'hfuM.xb.o 1 n H Kennedy. r.f.l II 11 II Mnrrhrad, s . .1 h 1 Dawson, I. f..n n it 11 tl Deltrich.e. f.,l 4 1 n 0 Murray, xsl b. IIIO J.ll'hfuss. r.f.l 11 11 I 0 Boes, istb.,,,1 a n 1 0 pattmsn.flb,.!t K K a 1 cotrsn, p......s) a 0 4 0 Weub'ck'r.l.f.u 1 4 I (1 Touxhey.cf.g lino Shea, Istb.,,,1 tin t 0 llalr,adbn mil Clare, p. ., .1 a I) 0 Smith, c. ,.,.0 9 4 11 Totals.. . ia Hiflj l"5 4 Totals.. .. .7 IT 87 lT "I Ironsides ., nSlOSlnl 01,1 raterson. U0010UK10 7 Karned runs Ironsides, 8 Psterson, 1. Two-base hits Morehesd, Dietrich, J, Rotlifufs, Cojtan. Three base hlt-ltoes. Homo run Dietrich. Base on balls -Hv Clare, as by Cofsn, I. Hit by pitcher-Clan. Struck out -ll,r Clare, 11 by Cogan. 3. Passed ball Smith Wild pltch-t'lsre. Ifl on bases-Ironsides, 10; Psterson, lo. Time-J hour. Umpire-Kelly. XIIXH ILCS, 7; HChRAT RILLS, 3. A large crow it attended the opening of the nsw R rounds of the Emeralds at Van tscst yesterday. Tho tirrsy' Hills were the Kmeralds' upiMinents. and raslly fell victims lo the prowess of the Emeralds, who have a very strong tsm In the field for the re mainder tif season. The score i xxxr.ALos. uvaaAT mtxa. . ., is. le. rat, r. n. I r.r.o. a. x. fjirttn.s. ....! i n :i nniirns.s.s. 't n l ft n siarrity. '! Ii.ti i :t a o ilerser.r I USUI Ivrelian, n .. I I 1 -j 1 lierer'aux.xb n I It II 1 Ijstiders, I. f. n o 4 n (i Williams, b..0 14 3 1 N'liulir. Ittb.ll t I I Welch, r. f ...0 si 1 n 1 Itatterty, r. a a u -j l Kennedy, I. f .0 I 0 u Kelnurher.r.r.ll X II I n (leaerr.r, f..,.ll 1 ft II II llammlll, r, f.il o n is n MrCorm'K. lb u II 7 o .1 ttaieneck.iibii u a :i n lit ummeur,p.u u u 1 u Totals . . 3 8 27 14 3 Totals. . Hi i el 11 7 rmrratds ,. . , n II I n I n ,1 I ..7 Murray Hills 1 u 0 l a 0 0 0 0-H Karned runs Emeralds, 3. First base by errors Emeralds, 7; Murray HUM, I. Left on bases-Emeralds, U; Miirrsy Hills. II, Hrit base on balls-Oft Ks-en&n, li off ltrummener. 3. Struck out Ily Kes'nsn, 0; by Brummener, a. Three-base hits helium. Kreusn, Twivbase hlls-Larkln, Oarrlly. Double plays Landers snd !,arklnt Briipimenerand Itereey. Hit by pttchcr-Br Keenan, 1 1 by Brummener, a. tuiplrc sJolden. Tlme-1 49. AT Rxwstuc. Rt. Louis 00. 1100800-9 Culian oianta 3 a l o o a a a .. la listtertes-Clarkson and Twlnrham; N'elion and C. Williams. AT RtltRISOir. Harrison A. C 1010110004 Pacific a. o o l o a o o s a ..-14 AT BXIUIU i-oist. Brass Muttons A. C ...0 0 4 10 2 5 0 11 1 Silver star A.c 1 a tl u 0 0 1 3 7 AT XLUABKTIiroRT. virtiantA. c... tonnnnot o 4 Wbltons o a o o a i u 1 .y AT COSSTABtr. HOOK. Kill von Kull A.C 4t a 10019 4-1.1 Seaboard A. C o o 0 4 1 u 0 u 1 0 Atnickstllle-Klltes, 10; Stars of Qlen Core, 11. National League Record. cu v$ mini j : s . f f-.r '.;;!.!. ! I ; j ' Baltimore l a s li .s ji s ; ii ; io Boston.... h .. C C, 7 0 3 7 3 Sill ttewiork al.. 7 I I 7 .S 1 ID IHIM Philadelphia I t; ;') l w it mi Hrooklvn. s s1 s s ... 7 4 s , M Cleveland 3 '.' J s 1 . I s n 9 9 IS Itttsbtirgh 11:111,1111 lit Clilrago : 1 1 1 ill 1.. ( 1 s vi Cincinnati I 3 I .1 a 3 3 ., 7 I 7 in M. Iiuls j .1 4 :. 1 a i, s s .. t ia Washimrion 1 3 1 1 .1 s s 4 t. 1 ,. e'as Louisville 1 v 0 3 1 s J i 1 1 1 , lij Games lost M.33l) 47)49 M'M 5 41 sit fj 7177 Eastern Leagne Iterord. 5 J s .f 1 3 P I ! v c c si o e 1 f . 8 ." a , iLilfiU I Providence. a IS II " S t II "fi Syracuse ,s 7 s. 7 U In IS 97 llnffalo u 10 1 7 If 7 17 l'i F.rle 3 II II. S 7 7 SJ Sprluclleld s s 111 9 ., 7 a lu St Kranmn. . . s 7 t . 8 11 M Wllkesbarre I I I I l I Vonksrs u 1 : 1 ill 1,. x: fiameslost 31 3; m!i7 t M al 71 tit xntx. 10; scriiu), 13. ftrrrAio. Sept. -i.-The Erles nutbatted the Bisons to day run! won a slugging tontest. Attendance, 1,000. The score: rair. nyruiy. u.l.ro.A x. a.le.r.o.A.v. Nicholson, Ili.H a a 11 a O'Brien. :d b.o u 4 a 1 hmlth,s.s . 1 n 4 nlPalv. r. f. ,4 1 o 11 11 Mhearou. r. f ,a a a n 111'nilins.i. f.,.,4 4 a 11 11 !.allv.c.f... I I a 11 1 Cljtmer.c. f... 3 4 0 0 Held, 1st b....a a 7 ti utUrqiihart.c.l 11 3 o 11 Bergrr.c. 3 II .1 1 llllloyil, 1st b...I I in 1 1 Kurline.Udb a 3 '.' II 1 Drinont. 3d b. t 1 1 4 II Vandke.l.r .3 a 1 O a Lewee. s. S....0 I 1 a U Healer, p... t 1 0 11 11 Ivtckery, p.. ..'J 3 a 3 o Totals., .tu Ul 87 "ti "tI Totals 15 17 27 184 F.rle a 3 O 4 O n 3 3 a-lll Buffalo . a o a 1 n 1 0 u 11 is Earnest runs Erie. II: Buffalo, 3. Left on bases -Krle, M: Biifralo. u. First ba on ball-Ofr Healy, 3: off Vlckery. H. Struck oitt-nvrtealy, 4; by Vlrk err. 3. Hume runs Nicholson. Berger. Kurhnr, Van Dyke, Healy. Duinnut, Vlckery. niree-hasr hits Berger, Daly. Urquhart. Two-luse hits Berger. Col lins j'J). Urquliart, llorcl. stolen base Nicholson. Doubl' play Dumont. O'Brien, and Boyd. Passed ball-Urquhart, L'mplrr-ttuyder. Time gilS. raoviDixcx, V; srnnortiLD, a. PaoviDrsiCK. Sept. a. Tsvo thoujaml persons wit nessed the game hetweeu Providence and Springfield at Crescent Park to-day. The score: raovinxscr. 1 tranonxui. a.la.r.o.A.r.1 R.u.r.o.i.r. Lyons, c.f.. a a 1 o 0 Shvnnon. s.s..o 1 a 1 11 Hasaett, 3d b.o II II II I llonnelr.3 b.ll 2 18 1 Knight, I. f...O a 4 1 1 Lynch, -iil li..l I 3 4 II Boxers, 1st b.l 1111 1 0 txhemer.r. f..o 1 4 11 11 Cooney. s. s.. a a 11 4 0 Leahy, c ...11 11 11 U Strieker. db.I 044 I Hotieuus. c. f.n 1 a u 11 Murray, r. f. .a a a 11 0 Nadeau. I. f..il o u o 1 Dlxon.c 1 3 11 I u Br klnr'ge, 1U1 nit 11 11 ltudderh'ni,p.l a 0 a 0 Miller, p...-, .11 a o 3 II Totals U 14X7 13 3 Totals "5 il I S a Provldenre .1 n I a 0 0 0 0 1 11 Sprtngneld losiuiotiou 3 Itemed runs-1'roTldrnre. 7i Hprlnxneld, 1. First base by rrrors-pnivldruce, a: Sprlngnrld, 3. Hrst base 011 halls OtT Hudderhani, 3, off Miller. 4. Struck nut-Bntuddrrham. 3. Three-liasnhlts-Lions. Mrir ray. Two-base hlts-Lynn. Cooner. I'.uddrrhani, schemer, stolen banes Murrsy Doulile plays. Hngrrs, Dixon and ltogers. t'.ionej, striker and Rogers. Umpire bwartwood. Time 1:33. New Xaglaad League Hecorst, ? ci" Sji f f ?" RLir.r i " " ii"4,il "au Haserhlll 1- I 7 7l'i s'l" u lsvliton 1 '. 1 j r s, it n 41 Portland v a1 71. 7 el 4 u 31 Bangor.. 6 s .. j in 44 I'swtuckrt 1 3 lu r. s .. 1 7 41 Worcester 4 71 t 4 3 si., I 3 tf Brockton J 3 3 3 3 7 e;. M Osmes lost 1 l el s SI 43 4S'3'43 3ii Clsbandrd. Penaejleaala Htate I.eagne Record. 1 : I- h ? i & ? PnttsTllle rllllll" JS Heading , 3 . I 4 s 4 I 4 M Ijsncasler , 4 4 3 I A 4 t m Kaston XI3 I 1 : I i Shenandoah 3 3 13.. t 4 4 II Hasleton 3 z I 3 3 .. I 1 li Ilarrlsburg : 4 4 11 J 3 . j 17 r&lladelpbla 7 u I 4 3 4 .. li Oamcaiosl is ail jiiiT ai 5i il m Veatera League Beeord. i ? $ fur? . r.iU .." Hon s'l tv V ""ipi " 10 7 II "5 M " Wiosaj CHr -s.' s 3 7 7 7 l 6a lUeda T . I U 7 4 si HUnesuoii, ""- a II . 1 II i 'srtnt ftiiaftda. 4 l s 7 . lv t HI 4 WTi.?7. mill 11 ta KiaUnapolU Mllll. I SI Milwaukee I J I s I I . JI Osmes tost ti tu It 34 38 M a Weatera league Oaasea. AtHlnasspoUs-MlnnespolU.il: Grand Rapids, 11. At Sioux dtr aloux CI tr. la; Indlaoapotit, a. At Milwaukee Mil wsukee.3j Toledo, la. At Kansas City-Kansas City, 1 1 ; Detroit. 3. 'XVestsra Aaaoclallsa U ansa a. At Peoria Heorla-Jacksoovllle game postponed oa account of rain. At Omaha-Omaha, 17: St. Joss ph. a. Al Urs Moines Pes Moines. Is: Lincoln, It. At Bock Uland-Bock Island, i; yulucy, 3. Peaaavlvaata Htate l.eagaa OaaaM, At Shenandoah SDcnandoau, 13, Lancastsr, 4. Baseball, Pol Grouads, To-day, Two League Championship Ciamrs. New York vs. Cincinnati. First game 1 1 A. XL. second game 3.43 P. 3L Admtssloa to eaca game, 30 and 33c. AJv. Uaeaball. aalara Park, Oaasea To-stay Tor sxoa admlssloa. Brooklyn vs. IiatsvtUav First sine, a P. M-i second at 4 P. M. Admission 30 ami 3a. lt3asaauUialtcatoX.000.)-J4i:. I- ' .r AXATEUlt BASEBALL IS JMOOKLTX Seraethlas Abostt the Teansa Playlaa; for Aesoelatloa Uoaora. Brooklyn It easily the home of amateur bae tutll. There are a largo number of amateur organisations, the prlnctp.il one being the Brook lyn Amateur Association, founded In the spring of 1883 by A. U. Wnldron nnd W. 11, Tap scott. The first Prenlttent was V, H. Ncnrlng. A. B. Waldron Is the present President. The men connected with the association In clude the most prominent amateur players In tills vicinity. The association has become more and more popular every tear wllh tho public, and this It no doubt duo to the businesslike way lta affairs have always been conducted. It costs $37,80 for a team to become n member. The association Is composed nt tho following five clubs: tho Long Island, Rriolute. Sidney, Iroquois, and Wyandotte. Tho Fulton Club was a member at the lseglnnlng of the season, but has since withdrawn. Thcro wns some slight Inconvenience felt when this club re signed, as It inadeabrenk lit the schedule. Al Hrown. the pitcher of tho Kultous, gave nut, and as there was no ono to take his place tho club gave up its right to membership. Them were numerous applications from teams tu llll this Place. Tho Lincoln (.'lull would tin doubt have been accepted, but they w lthdrew their nppllca ton because objection was raises! to some nf their players. The Alttux nlnu plnys with thu teams that were scheduled to play with the Kill tons. The games tiro plnjcd nn diamonds one, tw,nP'' tn'" "f lho Pnxticct Park grounds. The Lone Islands nrsi sine of the st mngest teams In tho n s'cl.'it Ion this jear. They nro tho best batter, and fielders In thn association. Moranls their star pitcher, and he is Able to hold sioivn tho heavy hitters of tho other tennis with eae-. He ileitis his position In lively style, anil Is one of the lit nvlest hitting pitchers In tho association. Tho Infield Is like a sttine stall, and Judge, wlio Is captain and fecund baseman, itnil Snow tako everything that comes their way. Short and flrt an nlo roverrsl nvgootl all-around men. In tho outfield Hoffman Is the star; his batting, fielding, and throwliii: nro of n brilliant older. McDonald, Rboslea, nnd llnnlon also put up a stiff game, t.llne, although not tho bestcntchcr In the race, rau hold Jlointi Ilnclj. and. besides, hla tbrnn Ing to second makes the Wis runners fenr him. lie also lints si ell. Haggerty. Ilrown, llllibs. Drew. Fricl, Frltrc, nntl Cosly are also members of the same teitm. Capt. A. R. Wnldnin. Mhnplnya first base for the RoIiitcss thnbsst first bnvnian In thu association, nnd If the other members nf his team would follow In ids ,u.ps in fielding nnsl batting tho club Mould lint si inatlti 11 bctttr allowing.. The lit. solutes nrs- the poorest llcltli-rs InthoasForlntloii. Their batting is. ns 11 rule rather weak. Tlioothcr pin) era ore! Xenring, tin) nor. Titrncy. C'rnlc Lyons, llctly, Kennr, Mnunltig, Ctillum, Keefc, Llvlng'tnn. Hn)ttrn, Utirus, .Mnrtin. (lllllgan. Heard, nntl .Inck-oti. I I, llllln.f, i. ILa mill. ... ,!. 1.... 1....1 lheSidneyanrf tlin only team that bus had tho honor nt slcfrntllig the Iculcr. Thry have nrnunbly the hnrdest hitter In the ns aoclatlnn, but their weak point Is flelillng. Schlncfrr. who Is their best pitcher, would svlu more of his games had lie better support. Dorr, thrirb,irk-top, is nlHiut equal tonny oft he other catchers except in liln thrmi Ing to base, but lio makes up for that w lilt tlic stick. Ths-foPtmlng alnheloiii;tn I lis-Sidney Utili: Ls-ltch. Ilirliof", JacKtitrh. Konsati. D.tly. tlrndy, Rowrs, Jen kins, Uull.ighcr. t.rahiim. Dorr, I'nhlll, Wt limn, llurrigan, Roger. Hmson, and Moiinhati. h. R. All-ado 1 cnpialn. The IrsMiuols te.mt nre not very strong In tho lwx. and their stick stork Is weak nt time. The fielding, on tlic whole, is scry fnlr, but thrvihi not run bases with imy kind of Judgment. lis r liuiti, who nrcitpira tbs- Inn,. Is libs ral ts ith bacs on balls. Jlctflvney Is nil right behind tho b.iU but Is not very stning w ith the stick, ttray, lirt Isolde dnivn the si-toml hair. Is tinothrr hard, sharp fielder nnd batter. I', lllnstfeld Is the captain, and his other men arc Kennedy, Atue lung, Mnhan. Snuw. I'arriill. Slyer. Kthcriiisc. SlBlut. Itutlcr. .Murphy, nntl l'attion. ?. Collins, captain and catcher of the Wyan dotte team, handles tho Iwt well nnd tan very lively fielder. Ills tcniri Isius follows: Slaclean, llnlcy. Adams. Clilshulni, Dorset!, Tolley, Hcy man, Kaufman, lllunibers. Porter, Whctford, Uravenhorst, Thomas, nntl Cohen. rLAT A.T Till: ltAXDUAt.L COURTS. The Kxperte Do Some Clever fSeorlac with the Small Npherr. Ilandball players went about their "clubdsy" on slaught on the little sphere tvlth energy, and the result was a spirllrsl afternoon's play. Visitors mustered at the principal courts In considerable numbers, anil took great delight 111 the s lever sen Ice and sharp re. turns which signalised most sit the matches puised. The scores were. AT IMI SX00XLT CXUa'S COfRT. W.L. Jones 17 31 Sl-SH H.Jones vi 3 h-:i J, Bn-ennnd J. Molonry ai 10 al 33 JereMOlehon , 111 21 17 41 M. Tmnonnud M.Cttlluni al at 347 M. u'Donnell and T. Onllltran an il 3147 P.Casey and M.O'Donnelt ai 17 31 an-7a P. Smltnand J. Slack ... IS at 13 ai-73 Patrick Desmond, 81; Denis Cotter. IH. AT TIIX SIASHATTASV1UJC COIBT. J. Sludmuller al 20 2163 J..Ni-vln.. 1, i8ai t. J. Cashmau and J. Cashman 31 31 at n:i J. Murphy and B. Mcs'nitrcy 111 311 in 3 J. slarsey and tl. Howard 31 lit 21 ,Vt C, O'Leary and 11. Prop! u si lu 3U C. O'Leary and J. tlarsey in 21 3ir,n il.H.Korly 31 pi 7,', W, O'Leary and C. O'Leary 111 21411 M, SI. Itorty -it 13-31 J. J. Cashman and I'. K'lllllen 31 17 21 311 L. Ds-lgliau and J, .Maxwell au 31 H 17 C. O'Lrary ami W. O'Leary ai 21 1331 It. Brophy nnd )I. Itorty 311 in 3137 B.McLtladeand3f. Korty 31 31 1st 13 31 03 M. Lnmly and W.J. Cashman. ..lu 10 21 31 Hi ml P. McOrath and O. Fay at 31 1231 1;. New man ami IL. Johnston.- 211 la 21 S'j T. J. SfcManlts. .. ..21 m 21-31 B. Johnston,... . 13 21 2034 ,. AT Till. JEKSXT CITT COlnTH. T. Breslln and the Miiitiurd ......... 21 3; ia 3H T. Hahrrty and K. Hopkins ih 1 2131 J, Sturpliy and J. Staxssell 21 ih 21-1111 J. 1 lahrrty and J. o'ltrlen 17 21 n-3l W. Carroll and J. Durkln 21 31 ih-ko V. Uelsel and E. Flcke , i 14 21 3J P-. Kcott 21 31 31 21 17-IIU W.Delaue) 0 4 13 21- 31 J. tianay aud the Spaniard Is 21 21 nil P. Flaherty nud E. Hopkins 21 m lr:n T. Collins and W.Murphy 21 21 i;i;n )V. Cashman anil SI. Murphy it Hi 21-33 J. Dunuaml J. Slalier 21 14 al 311 1', BrowuandT. sulnn lu 21 111 00" AT THI- WILLI tMSBl-ROII COIHT. J. Cowley and J. SUCurmlrk ai l 31 BO T. Call and parlurr 17 31 11157 J. Clark and K. Msvler 17 31 31 311 J. Creamer aud SI. Lundy 21 ii lb 33 K. Lawlerand T. Sladlgan, a: is 3100 V. JseAh and J, SlcCue Ill 21 111 3n LjncL 21 21 21-sil T.Call 17 IN 11 ih M. Slct'srthv and J, Holln 21 at 17-v.s H.Slurray andJ. Jaimlne i 14 2 3 J, Klldeaand II. Malum 21 21 IS SN J. Calilllnud J. Diiun is 17 21 3sj If. Connolly and J. Cassln 21 31 14-Sri J. Ullnooly and P. skelier 17 IN 31 3d D. Kennedy and P. Kuiley 31 14 2130 J, iillinHriiu ami I. Cassidy 17 21 Ih 3m SI. StcN'amaraaud P. Storrlsey 21 31 21 S3 St. lllgxlus aud p. Cant) lv 14 13 its Jlaeehall tsssmea To-daj, SAT1I1AL LTAtll K AID AXEKU'AV ASSOCIAT1CX. New lira ss. Cuclnuatl, at the I'olo gruuudc. A. II. and P. SI. Prsioklsn vs. isuUvllts-, at Fasts-rn Park. P.M. (two games , l'itiBtiursh ss. Wakhliutou at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia is. t U'liu. et Pulladelphla. Bosloii s s. t'lili'Mo. at llo,lou l. SI. ami p M. Baltimore vs.cleseUud, at Baltimore stwogamas). rssTSKV UCAUS'K. Buffalo vs. Krle, at llunalo, A SI. and P St. Wllkestsarre s. Voaks-rs, al Wllkssliarre, A.U. and asrariise vs. Scranlon. at baraeusr. A, M. and P. SI. providence vs. Sprlngnrld, at Providence, A. St. and P.M. S1THER OAMLS. Nulley Athletic Cluts s. Arlington, at Nutley, p. SI. Oakdate Atulelk- Club vs. Ansoiilas, at Newark, A. SI. Oakilale Alhlello Club vs. )V)umtugs. al Jajer grounds, I. M. ontarlos . Young lira's Catholic Union, at Moll Helen. A. St. ' Ontar.osss. Cypress, at Cypress Hills, P. SI. Harlem Alhlello Association ss. Bradhurst Athletto Club, al Vuuux I'olu grounU. A. SI. Harlem Athletic Association vs. Clipper Alhletlo Club at Itarleisi. Athletic AsMx-latlon vs. nappy Owls, at Voung Polo grounds. P. M, Norm islda Alhletlo Club vs. SC Marys, at Molt Uaseu, P. M. ti. N. r. st. Puritan AthleUo Club, at Bayonnr, p. M. Puritan Atuletlu Club ts. Brookljn Field club. at Oreeuv llle. A. SI. Orauge AtlilettcCtub vs. Capa May, at Orange Oval, A SI. and fll. Columbia vs. Howard Alhletlo Club, at Brooklyn, FJk Athltle Club vs. Howard AthleUo Club, at Brooiljn. P. M. Hobosrii vs. Brooklyn Held Club, al at, George Cricket (Iroundi. 1. SI. Youug Meu's CatholkCnlon vs. Lyles, at Hot! Haven, Klliabeth Athletic Club vs. Psterson. at Elisabeth. Alva AthleUo Club vs. Kast Lighlleth street Branch Youug Mrn'sChrlsttan Association, at claremoat park, Washington A. A vs. CresenU of Plalnfleld, A. M. asd P. M., at Washington, N. J. Uaasssall Nate a. Harry Reynolds Doyle. Reader. Both men are out. 1. B. Delehaniy, Duffy, Thompson, and Trnoy. Mack 1. Eaxau 2. Kelly will not manage the Cam dens according 10 prrseut intentions. PaiLADxtruiA, Sept. 2 -Some of the Kaslrrn clubs of the Nstloual League are making a detrrialned effort to have tne reuululiw games of the eeesou whk li are scheduled fur the West transferred tu the Lat. aud President K. E. Yuuug has seut out a clrcuUr letter foravote. Chicago.! leseland. Cincinnati. and Luul. villa favor the transfer, as do the six Kasteru clubs but the protect w ill miscarry, bsxause the pituburxli audbt Louis clubs are bitterly opposed to it, Prssi dent Von der Ahe of the til. Luuls Club, w no Is uuw lu this rlty.salst tslay "The transfer of the gsaiea tu the East would be, uu doubt, a very good Ihlug fur tha Eastern clubs, but I xni opnosM to It aa a matter of principle. My patrons lu ol Louis deserve some oooslderaUoo. and so do those of olner Western cities. !ff ,erT aerlously to any transfer, and. I contend that all xalucs soould be played at onxloaTly kucU aud. l pAnesjAa U eassfaxataa " ,. lit ilaaTls. xnx naiLAXT'B acczdbxt. TTIsnt tke English rreea Has ta Ray Afcstat Her Centreboard. Last week's English paper are fall of crltl. clsms of the Vigilant and her unlueky centre board. Xrfimlrtnil iriifrr sayst " It It Infinitely to be regretted that the non sporting press permit Itself to make such acri monious nnd Incorrect comments on the actions of Sir. (lotild of tho Vigilant. These Interna ttonnl matches have front first to last been em bittered by continuous and utterly unjustifiable carping criticism! and no Important match has la-en sailed unless charges, utterly unfounded, have been made of foul play. It was no from tho first. No sooner had the America' won her race than the cry was raised that she was driven by something of tho nature of a secret screw. Her owner's anstser was to nut her Into dry dock, Kiigllshmcn who sailed last year In the Valkyrie are loud In their assertions that she was tho bet ter ship, and that thn venllet against her was obtained by Jockeying. Hut they make no at tempt at proof. " Rumor Is probably Justified In attributing to Sir., flnuld much of the uncertainty ot the big cutter's mnntctit res. That lady is said tn feel scry keenly the defeat of her husband's vesel, and tn ho nn.tlnus tu have ilnuo with the racing. And Sirs, (lotild Is not a quality to bo ncclertwl olsmnl the Atalantn. Hank Half, Vlgllant'a skipper, by the by. makes no secret nf his belief that nf this quartet nf cup defenders built last year Jubilee wns the fastest vessel, and the s essel whlcli should have brcti sent over here. Hut he ronfe,ses that r Vigilant ohlnlned most vlcts rles In the trials It as Inevitable that she should hatu been Intrusted with tho defence of the cup. "Mtxt people were skeptical as tn the Vlgl lant'a centreboard bo! UK lost, or that the vessel could havis struck nn tho Hrldgo Rock tho (!ooo bcinit out of question, as It dries at times nt low water. Thnt somo mishap had occurresl to the cenlrebonnl nn Impartial person doubted, but the disappointment nt the collapse of tho match nns gcurrnl nud genuine. It Mould have been atrial under Jib-headers to windward in qiilto head sea enough to Imve tested cither ves sel, anil thus the break slowti wns all the more rrgrettesl. It may be said that thn si eight of tho 1 entrt'boanl Is variously estlmntcsl ns being be tween four mid it half tn six tuns, nnd tho loss nf llroiild httrslly hate failed to bis felt by every one sinlioiiril. VlKllaiitcnmednwnforthe start nylng light, nud she unuhl have been lltfhtcr still had tins "barn iltisir" hern resting on tho liesl of the sea. 1liiii'n the Vigilant Isccnmo unpleasantly n wale when tbey not III Southampton Water Unit tin1 iKinrd hail not been lost, but was 1 11:11 tin- iKw.ru nail not been lost, but was Jmiimrdittth trunk nud sticking down alioiitslx feet below the keel slot. The vs-sel touched the griiuiul tovsnil tliuts, and at last got an un nutiiacablii tliat site wn ncarls- falling athnart hats sit nf 11 bark nntl getting Into serious Iron lilc. Tlits honrd, nftcr a goosl deal of labor, wns got through thu trunk, nntl on Wednesslay Hie wrvl miih ptii Into ilry dock nt Southamp ton. It tuts found that one nf the links of the chain utt.'is hid tn I tic lxiartl had broken nntl brought ulmiit this mishap. " Our theory nf the matter Is that the crntrr lionrsl wns Jammed in tho trunk unknown tn those tin Isinrd bc.'nro this Vigilant wnsoutsldo this Ns-rslls-s. nnd that on tho vessel getting lntss the head Jiiiiintlicbnunt freed Itself and fell wltli h surge, hit It would feel exactly similar tt striking sin 11 rock, and it Is probable that the chain hail been nicrhaulrd. and that the link broke with the Jerk; this fnt thnt lxiartl did not go tliiniigh the trunk Is that it Jammed nt the cud. Wo tin not bellcvo that the vessel struck, but that the occurrence was purely acci dental, from the caucs Just named.'' The VlRlInnt and the Cape Stay Cap. London. Sept, :.'. It Is now announced that tho Vigilant will rare for the Cope SfayCnp on Sept, il, and that nn tills account she will not take part In tho Plymouth regatta. ZlnnrrniB's Kaar Victory, Pahis, Sept. tf.-At tho Vcldromo do la 8elne to-tlay, tho bicycle raco for the Ornnd Prix do l'Unlon. l.oon franc, distance flvo kilometers, wojs won easily by Zimmerman. Ranker was second. In tho race fur umateurs, Edwards was first, and tho American, Dunwoody. second. Keeorda or thn Crlcketera. The Manhattan anil Brooklyn Clubs have flntahM their Khedules of championship matches and wind up the season In third ami fourth places respectively. Victoria and Patrrvin w ill strusgle hard to get out of last place, w lill.- storrls Heights s-annnt nnlsh worse Hints nftlk The Harlems have again a rlear lead In the second wuloii. but Ir tha New Yorks win their next game they will lie again tied. The records: iaT sxenox. . . 7Vr lr . , iron.fMl. rt. iron. .tort. CT. N.J.A.C.. ....7 11 1,0011 Morris rtelghts.4 n .4011 lilaten Island.. rt 3 .7311 Palerson 1 7 .123 Manhattan 7 4 .ivia victoria 1 8 .111 Brookl)n 3 3 .3D0 ECOSII SLCTIOV. Harlem 7 1 .HTSlKlngs Co. a S .30 Isewinrk si 1 .NS7 St. JeorgeA.C.l 7 .1X3 Columbia 3 4 ,4ax sxcovn xLztxv srenoa. N.J.A.C.. 4 II I.OOII Brooklyn S 4 .3.13 I'atrrron .3 2 .sioolKlugsco. . .1 4 .200 Kelioe from the Nets-port Tenala Tourney, Tennis Champion II. II. Wrenn will In all probability compete in the Kngllsh champion ships nt Wimbledon next June, returning In time to get In form for N'ewiiort. Clarence Ho bnrt may acenmpany hlm..but the plans of the pis rnrssuot )et ss-tilssl. Wrenn is n strong ran itidato for siuarter lisitk nn tha Hartford football team, having nun t lie prize at college this spring for the best nuarter-bnck work. Tisni l'cttltt, tins rsitirt trnnls champion of the wnrld. Knvo nn exhibition which satisfied one of tho law 11 tennis player at Newport that the more iiurletit game Is not easy to learn, even for it lawn tenuis plu)t-r. The champion used a ginger ale lmttls- In lieu of a rochet, nntl defeated his rackt't-wieldlnK sipponcnt with case. Cosalp nrthe Itlnx. Nick Collins. In answer lis Jack Dutri.ey's desire to know where he s-nsi meet him to nrrame amatrli. '?T' !".V.,le V" D" locatesi any evi-nlngat lav Christie street this city, or on .Wedlievlay afternoon at 3 o rlo"k at the Wuitiateil .Vrirs omi,'. Misxey ffalich says that he accepts Sammy Myers's shsll,ius-anda,-ree ilxlliluirs" wltli him at lUi.ouii.U. weu!liliiat3n'i-liH-i.. flauxh lu a letter to riir hts wrilss that his hacker n III lie 011 hand any ilav that Myers deems nt at the llluitnilnl .Veils onier, where Haugh promises to talk nothlug but business. Australian Billy Sturphy semtsthlslaleit walltoTux Rrxrrntsi illencisvs-. 1. 1.. whers. la is rustli-atlng Tom iVKourke Is afrttlil to let DI1011 Unht me' I no. Hie helms a lot lis tas ssim-erulllgtlm lllru of I'llmmer ssaiitlng to ilht ilrlrto. Why slid he lake ilrliro on and give uie thi-eo by? I hsie jio to say that I can slop Ilium lu s-Uht rounds. Sly weight Is 113 pounds tssany weight they want. I with this would hurry them up." ' ThnniasO'ltsiurfeerallesI at Ihr ni!lcr(7nxrlle office on Saturday In reply lo Hie offer of the Olsniplc Club lo fits, half tlic t). 1,1 riis-liits for a flglit belwsen llrorge ilxon and Jerry !lerl'ull o'llourke ,tt(..l that Ills oil iilnl Marshall ssre inatchist to nulit for xViotl, the JtiHee (.'(Strife hell, and the featln r weL-hl cuamplou shlp, and unless the uljlnp: Athleln II11I1 .i.hmI v llieir nritoftir or a pursH of ej t sssstf hi. srould no't sillosv imsiiii to tlitht Is fire tlut 1 lull, u Itourke's ui tliuilltm w srlrssl Hie oljiupic Club. The follon iiu; s ss res-els e! nt I he 1 tll.v aatrlltntfie onrtalurila "Plltsbillcli, rsepl I JollllJ OiUnu.lhn bai'keror ivte Slalier. the Ir.s.i s 1. iiuplon, lias for-arslssla-sHltsslhetWHel,asrfe wllh 11 elisllenge to luatrli Slshertis nlit Irank P. Masln for Sl.uodor t,.Mlo ami the Isikssi ptirse. 'Hie soulest tulakn piss e In Sew Orleans, she N-.li!sr the Allaullc Alii, lelle Club. I'oney Island Ijulnll sa)s none of tha heaty welg'nls In Aim nca apu-ar wllllm lortshi Slalier. anil that Mavm sail liase the opisirt unity, portiinau'eJ (fiooif. SeSsstesssiesasSsssSsaSve-. s, - - r-OrnsrsassfisT.si. S5. CASH, $C25 per Month for 13 Months, ltllt A CltESCEXT, The Wheel of tho Year. $15. CASH, 19 33 Pelt StON'TH VOV, i XO.NTH. I'll It A RAMBLER. PHOENIX. VICTOll. OR LIBERTY. 2.Y..W,IE.E.'' .M"! WNT ON PltOPsilJTIOVtTK TViV. A,b .NE,V "" MOllr-l HI.I.V (ll'AH i4ssfs,;Fi,I;vU'Wtl,r CA!a I''"1--- IMMEDUTK Vt.L.l r.Ki D..-,P,H:rvA:5T15!'l--i?KI Equitable General Providing Co. II. O, CO.), Columbia Building, 29 Broadwav, SHOT QUNS7 IMPUBTPO A XI) DOU11STIC, COUPI.ETE MTUCB. OP Sporting and Military Arms UP IVEKV DEai'HirTIO.N, HARTLEY & G-RAHAM, Slii AND dirt UBOAIIWAY. Aaxsn ro& tuk wbusqtojc bictcu. IRELAND'S TENNIS CRACK. rOIXTS ABOUT TUB BEXABKABtn skill of m. r. aooDitonr. Hla Flae Playlnrc nt -Newport Exposed Maay JlefVets Irs the Htjle or Aaaerleaa Kaaerta TTItat He Thlaka of tke neat PU-era Its Thl Conatrr-May VlaU V A.ala, American tennli players ara Just recoverlnir from tho c fleets of tlio scare caused by a moslest, tinaasumlnrj younu man from Ireland, M. y, Ooodbosly, who, after tlolnj work of an ortler not much above commonplace nt LnriRwootl, Southampton, I.on llranch, and Narranansett l'Icr. suddenly developed a fondness for turning down our stroncest pla)crs, which resulted In the defeat of llovey, Holmrt, nnd Larnetl. and the victory of a foreigner In the All Comers' at ' Jfcwport for the first time. Though Champion Wrenn's coolness and Rood R-encrntshlp prevcntcsl the losss of the champion, ship, (looslhosl)-' vicindcrfiil pcrfonnanco lias ret many players thlnklnK mcr certain defects In stylo which worn slarlni;ly rxposcd hy tins he.ithvork of tho visitor, tloodlxsly's prnmlis to return next )car nnsl to hrlmt Malioney ami possibly the Invlnrililo t'rim himself, will hao lite effect of mnklni; our cracks uirk harder than ever to cover tho weak spots In their nrmnr. Kvcn ahtnild tloodhmly netcr return American tennis Is inltih lilsslcbtnr, ns tohliu Is duo much nf tho inrrrn-rd Interest In tlio name shown by tho larite attendance nt tha championship panics, Tho tourniment really revolved nlxitit tho tail, sonihro llnure nf ths Irishman, ns he faced every prominent cnmll- I dato. except Chncc, for tho chain plonshlp honors, Gootlbodylsthouext to tlio ytmnccst of ahl family of brothers, ono of thom. V. Y. Oooil. I body. Is n broker In thli city, svhllo the others are lariro tobacco manufacturers In Irclunl. He Is noiv nbaut ','7 or '.'8 years old, and has been it prominent tennis player for about seven )cars. He learned tho Rumo tlurlnc his course at Trin ity t'olleifc, Dublin, nnd competed for three yeara lu the Irish cli.implonshlps, nhern ho soon be ramn fcarrslns a stsMth, persistent playt , Then ho pln)l In tins Ilrittsrichampioiishlpi nt Wlm blcsltiii. In which lit tiatmlly i;sit well up tosvonl the final iiiiniils, slefciitlnii ntaiiv nf the Htrontt s'st pla) crs. Last year lie beat Harlow nnd Rot ret from Prim, the Kicatcst tennis expert of the present slay. (liHKllHuly ranks nlmut ninth or tenth amonir tho Kniflisli pln)crj. lint tilmli Is n Rrentcr honor tin re t lut n fiftlt wntiM Im lii-rnsin account of thn Itrs-ats- niimlicrof ri-cindilriil expert-. Ho haa iliinii ext i-lleiit work In iloilblcs, especially when p.ilrnl with ths- )tiiiiier Heiishav, but lie pr frrs the stni(ln is'nmc, whlclt li better adnptcsl tt lilt peculiar style sir plnv. In which spent cuts iinligurc. Ah the Uootllisidy family ts wealth), the ti-nnls plnsliie.' Pnicllvttlea nf our visitor bin i" been aflnsiesl full -.wltur, anil only recently bus hsi st'ttlctl tliiwu In lxinilun ns a broker. Ittsj uttentltiii tn busiiii-sa Ibis sprlnir kicpltiu nlm out of tin- Ilni-llsb tiiuriinnu-iits. ills visit tn America hs riithrr in the nature of a vacation, iiml he sloes not seem to have rel ished tho position In which he wns placed In havlni: to tWcnd tho honor of tho British tennis playcrts lu tho Newimrt finals. " 1 v. l-h some other fellow had come over with mo In divide tlio responsibility." hit remarked ufter tlits match with Wrenn. "Thank ileal en. It Is all uver." (Iswlbod) lilt slim fellow, about six feet tall, with it reach to match. Ills luce, except for a certain hollmvness about the cheeks that sup Rests tho Nrsv Kiiulander. Is Hither Spanish Tn appearance nnd uusolutely sphlux-llku In ex tiri'salnis. Whether two sets ahcrnl or two be hind, whether victor or vanquished, he net cr f;lvca the slightest Indication of feeling, and this iy coolness enables him to pull out of such sle-i. lierntc straits as he found Himself In with IIo bart and Itrncsl. Hl-s only words sltirlnit a mutch are " Heady," or a sharp "How "wneii he wishes to apiieal for Judgment on close balls. Jso player Is mors! likely to be underrated ut first sight. He hosiihiolutcly linneof the flerrss strokes vshlch form thu main reliance of most of our players, steadiness anil accuracy, comblnnl with n cnrerul study nf hts opponent's weak-nests-s. arc his strong points. In consequence of this hit has nn distinctive style of game, but has a number of devices for meeting every emer gency. Against one player he will pluybnm line, against another he will rush to the net. lie seldom plityrd the latter stylo of game until hi performance against Larut-tl ebowetl Unit thn critics who culled him slow at the net wens marvellously shurtslghtesl. He plays poorly aa a rulo at the start, but his etrokets steadily In crrnee in speed tint aril the end and are faster In n II f th set than In thss first- In u word, ho Is great ull.urounil player antl a capital placor. In rtrvlng, the irishman usca a moderately fast ball, with it strong overtsvlst, well placed and close to the eervire line, Hla aecond service Is nearly a duplicate of the flrat. the paco being scarcely lessened. Three double fault la about, his allowance for fine sets, but this would bo do creajest were It not forblslinbltof foot-faulting. In receiving nservlcc.be plays torebaiided.alrnoist always using his best shot, n fairly fast drive r Into the corners, with a revcrso twist which , often carries It over the side linen when played straight slsnvn the opponent's backhand line. When forcrd to return backhand he uses regular court tennis cut. playing cither shandy across, rotirt or Just dropping the ball over the net, following this up by n low lob when the opponent has been drawn Inward towarsl the net. With the bull fairly lit play, ha plays forehanded as much aa possible, phi) Ing hli slrlve Into tho comers or iIohii tho lines. A barkhandrr ho usually lobs, unlcsa well placed for crosscourtlng. wheu his peculiar clutp Is deadly. His forehand lob bing Is his weakest point, tho ball rising high but fulling too far forward in the enemy's terri tory. '1 his was one of the weak point which renn worked so ell. Lobbing Is a good play against him ns a rule, as he rarely smashes, pre ferring to push into tha corners, though he will hit hunt wlieu well u. titMidbtuly' strong ixilnt In vollcvlr.g Is accu racy and coolness, his returns being better placed during a sharn rally than Is usual. Ills enormous reach nnd excellent balance give him ! rhunrt-H nt almost uvery ball, nnd sooner or later the opponent strives one where he can finish the rest with u chop- his usual volley strokst at a sharp angle across court. He make up some- I what for wtaknctsslu smashing by the trickiest drops over the net ever seen hero. One play In the renn match will illustrate. Wrenn psippcil up a high lob anil played out side sir the barns lino for the expected smash, but the Irishman, seeing his adversary far back, bunted the ball gently over tho net. Just clearing the band. So well was the change nf pate t-tincealt-tl that Wrenn stoosl lu iil tracks lunching n the ball rolled along the grtmnil only a few feet from the net, Similar play were tried by the Irishman on ground atrokes. tliHHtbndy was very reticent when nskest for his sipliilnnsnn our players. Ono general state, incrit that hngUslinien bail no rnncepttou of tho high standard of American tennis was about all he would nay. He pralstsl John Howland' double game highly, ranking him at tho head of A merles n doubles players, but this t rmark was made before the finals at Newport. J-arnctl In Ids good strcaka was even superior to ) Pilm, he thought, but the Americans generally eeemed iTiutlc. renn U-Ing incomparubli- the most tlniigiTiiiis on account nf hU steadiness and ns rvs-. 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