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H I I nTAVs va r. ,i vmiTUn r.i k:. r H :l WII.I.O ir STA KE.H A t UNA VEHESlt. f J B J A, H I I ? '. Sir Eneeen Teo Much for Palrlelan la the H! I ?' aW Hraokxtoil Hnadlrap-HIr Kats:b. Pp. Eaff'1 8 ' ;H Oata "Hr Wall r After Wanae Hlniggle al'I I i' -Neeoad Attempt, Conater Tenor, aad I'J 1 i 14111a Malt tha Other Wlnaere-Uoeslp. H '1 lui. Tho" who went to Oravrseml yesterday were B! 1 k ' astonished to find t tin track In almost M cowl I'lf condition as It was before the storm of Tuesday iHjjl ' and Wednesday. Tho heavy rain of Wednesday ijjHi 1 nlRht had beaten (ho (round until It was ns um i ' level ns a barn floor, and tho water wan rarrlrd Mj 5 1, awayhy thnexceltentdralnageaystcm of which Pfl' Hupcrlntendent llrusti I so proud. The features Hflj J I of yesterday's card n era tho Willow Stake for IHj I 1 j two-year-old fillies, which went to the Kcntlro n 2 Btable'a Ilandspun, and the llrnokwood llnmll- HI jj ; Cap for three-year-olds, for which ,1, W. Ifoners's H Rr SlrRxcrsabeatt'resldentl'.J.tlwyer'al'atrlrlnn. HJ I( 'J The Darebln.iiulje Ally and the HlrModred 9 ,W Lulu filly were added to the published Hit of HjnL starters for tlio Willow .Slakes, making n field jHJfj' ' of nine starters for tlio race, which waa cjelu- HJ mm , lively for two-year-old fillies. Tho public H JL'I'' teemed to aoent a good thlnjr, and made the JBj , ?' Loulso nlly tho favorite nt 2H to 1. Ilandspun, H 1RI '' &" conceding the favorite ti pounds, was second I JJI J choice with the top weight, Habllla next I l?I ' T '" 'vor nt t0 ' There was some HJ g yt ten mlnttes' delay at tho past, Mttlefleld II Hi l&S spolllnir a pretty start by pulling up Ha bill a, but I M tf the flag finally fell to a fair start. Tho I.ulti lr tJ filly and Golden Itodwero In front after the first Iff hundred yards, closely pressed by Hnndspiin Jgj t .and the Louise filly, llefore going a quarter of J El ,' 'amllo Badle was crossed and knocked off her J 9' ; itrlde, and she was considered out of the 111. ,' race. Hallle Woodford Jumped In the air jfii 'i 'at the start, but onco under way she H ill I ," ran rapidly around her competitors and H' IR WM "llnl to '""'" n"? '"' Hanspun at I IB '' $ '"" head of tho stretch. In the run home H W the IjUln Ally gave It up, and Iteagnn took com- Hj II W mandnf affairs with Ilandspun, the daughter Hj i W of Hanover and Hptnaway winning by a length. HJ i fi Griffin rode a very weak finish on I.oulse lllly, HJ j ; but was second at tho end, third money gulng to HJ I v Badle, who closed strong In tho strrtch. The HJ I ' " winner wna considered tho best two-year-old In HJ p the West In the early spring, and at tho recent HJ I eloslng-nutsaleof Lelgh<oso's stable she was HJ I ' bought by Chris Smith for 18,500. HJ J I"' There were but two starters for the Ilrook HJ I I 0, wood Handicap, for threo-year-olds, at one mile HJ fJ ! and three-slxtrrnths. Sir Kxress and I'atrlclan. HJ j' -'v Many good judges plaretl their money on Hlr I I &- Kxcess, I'atrlclan having had a hard run HJ I ' ', !', through the mud on Wednesday, and, besides, BJ I v the distance was constilerrd a trlflo too far for HJ j f him. I'atrlclan easily held his opponent safo HI J ' 'for amllo and a furlong, but the stout little colt Hf j '' faltered when It came to a hard drive, and Kir Hi A Excess won by a length In slow time, l'a- HJ j .trtclan'a best race Is ono mile and a alxteenth, HJ )and at that kind of a race ho Is hard to beat. HJ r 'The long-striding Sir Kxcesa was quite at home HJ ' at the longer distance, and Is Improving every H il day he runs. HI! ?' The talent met with a reverse at the very nut- H j k '' etofthoday, playing 8lr Walter for the dash H ,"( at one mite and a sixteenth as though the game I It i 5 little four-yonr-old hod recovered the high form H '' he displayed In his race before his sickness, and H j J ?C taking 1 to two at the closo of the betting. Mir H if ' Knight at .1 to 1 was second choice, with any H i price from 10 to 1 to .100 to 1 on offer against H jj -V the others, (lalloplng King rushed past his H jl "'. competitors In the early part of the contest and II .1 .allowed the way to the upper turn, where Hlr HI! I J alter went to the front, followed by S!r H '" Knight. Harry Jones got Into a bad tangle on hi .' the upper turn, and I'rlnre Karl did j not get out of trouble In time to -' iKlve tho leaders an argument, mi that j i It was practically a two-horse race for H 'V 1 the last three furlongs. Sir Walter hung HI t all the way home, but Kir Knight Is of the same If Tf bulldog. type as the game little son of Mldlothl- jl , an. and neither could shako the other off. Iloth Ikggett and Hlmms rode superbly, and only a H jew inches separateil the pair at the wire. Sir HfB Knight winning by, n very short nose. 1'rlnce WM Karl was closo up and might have been a factor B t 'v had he had clear sailing on the ifpper turn. 'tm ' Nothing daunted, the faithful net to work to M ','. get back their money In the second race, v&, playing , Counter Tenor, the two-year-old HJH - vR -!'11 i-''- Huppert thought was a world KT . beater last spring, to dispose of such B By good material as Maid Marian and Wall Ul. J-f Jim. Thu two-year-old was very Mighty last Mrm . aprlng. but In Jlrlflln's hands yestenlay he wai U , on his giiisl behavior, and before n quarter of a Hfl mile had been traierseil he bad tho rare won. ff the colt's mouth being open. Maid Marian, the 111, ,' leader In the first threo furlongs, had Wah Jim II f lor pacemaker on the upper turn, but In tho Hal '' atretcht'ounter Tenor came oway and won, In IV f it hand. Maid Marian tieat WahJIm In n drive II' ,, lor second money. Aurellan, tho fourth starter. ll , , was only lieaten by a length. Hjf Tinge was a tremendous ruvnrtte for the sell. HH ' ,v ingracefortwo-year-olds at five furlongs, which H I " followedtheIlroikwcMHllIandlrap.tliecoltgolng M , t? to tho post favorite at odds on. Manchester was H ' ' ,' a strong second choice nt X and a to 1. while " 3,j Hecond Attempt and Jack the Jew carried more iaTaTB I V- money than any of tho others. At the uost Jack I'M t,ie J.ew w.ns ver'r "r'en nd li andso alow ,y was he to begin running when the flag fell that he was ten lengths behind his field at the enil of - -the first hundred yards. Second Attempt. ., Hlzarre, Manchester, and Tinge were In .f the front dUlslon from the start, but M ' atthelast furlnngiMdetheroweroonlytwolnit. 45 hecond Attempt finally lieutlng Manchester in a ? .hard drive, not more than n short nerkaepa. & mine the pair nt the wire. The favorite was f .third, tliice lie get thoroughly warmed up, ajji ,; 3 Jack the .lew closed up the ground very rapldli, M ' iff but the distance was too short for htm. and H '" -,' Bimins eascI him up the last hundred yards H iV when he saw that he maid not win or bo second. gM , The winner paid iU'O.SO for 13 in the Krencli tam 1 mutuais. f 1 l.tttleJIattwasthe favorite for the last rare, a i-ilH dash at one mile and a sixteenth for three-year- H . 4 olds and upward. Now or Never and illume M 7 V rylng second and thlnl choices respectively. B t , uw or Never acted in u most roguish fashion I 3& on the way to the pout, and during tha rare he B , $ took turns at sulking and running at his best H ' ubT clip, an that one moment hlmins was riding him B - J3p hard and t lie next Insiant he would have htm H tuiderapull. Ilecould not otrrhaull.lttle Matt H i- ."IT IB the homestretch, and the thrre-year-old won Hal M' hy a length. Hartfonl was thlnl, while Illume M Si' .flnlshed a disgraceful last, sulking when he HM. 7 could nut outrun oullka In the first half mile. H rtecretary Mrlntyre has arranged n special M . . race far to-inormw, the closing day of the meet- m ' Ing. It Is at a mile, and Is for three-year-olds B 't which have not won J.1.000 this year. It Is a H k , I J aweepstakes of -.'3 each, with $l.V30 added. gMM I u Amongthe visitors at the track vrsterday was M iw Mr. J.K. Scagramof Watrrl(Ki.l)iiu tlieumier gm - of tha horses irtorlons and Saragossu. H IL- .Tinge and Sir Dixon. Jr.. the last named rr. H (Cv. dally, are tenalnly getting all the racing they HB nl 'wJin ,Tlje rtt '"'t ' lost all his siH-rd and MM ti; ahould have a long rest. HH 1 l Mr.John Jlnnter, the senior steward of the HB ' MB- Jockey Club, was at his i-t again yesterday HI T IS. for the tint time In seerul days. Ills friends H ' SK congratulated him upon bavlnggot the better of H ' his old rnemv, the gout, H -t US. 'Father Hill Dalv'a sale of borsea In the pad. H MK - 'dock before the races Iwgau was nut a success, HI L f ',' ,he ,lo" '" lsmght In. Daly sa H -J3 l"1." bas old "' best of them to a young M " 'j millionaire who Is about to go ou the turf. H Be .Helfl's work In the saddle at present Is of the ( Its hlgheit order. Summaries follow! HB - rtHST HACR. HB Y Aswsapatakesof IIS each for Ihrfe-yesrolJi suit tm . ft upwsnt for hurMs that hsrs run and not wou at tbu M '". meeilnJr,wlihl,o(iuaditet,or whirh iiimj toircond M ,. andlMiutiir na mllosiid a sliiet'nib. M i U;J.Karae'sr.n.MrKBlh!.lt,lyKalal .fKIIrv M . lla-Ladjr Alice, tU7 (ijnimil .. 1 . i t JJnarxSUUl.'sUeJilr Waller, 4.1 17 (Uwsell), HBl1 i Ktadallatabla'sbr.c. HrliifaK'srl.i. Kriil. Jonr.1 ;l PafafBI ;? Ed Ksarney, asui Bryant, aud UalloplugKlogalao MMB Sv raa. JH Time, l.9. i Wf- aallhutTwn lo I onHlrWslieri Mlpthlr Knlihl. sbbbi .t M aioli 1'rlm k'srl. loiu l;Usllui4ua Klog. VUlol; BBT Ik Y uKtsrosy, UUtiil, Hstullryaat.uooiol, HB B , SKTONU KACE. H E HeayhanllrspiKeepitakesortlaeaeh,forsllsie. tm W. ' wnh tl.ooo s.l.lfO.of whk-taltuutu second audfloo M "v tothlrdt six furliiucs. M ' JaejBupirt,Jr.'s,i'h.e. Counter Tenor, , by rsl- B ' . setto-rejirltliorn.UHiOriniol. . ... : ... I m u Kta.UII8Uble'scli.r.MaldlsrUa..lll(J.KeusD) B t J.MclJuxhlln'seti.b. W.bJUn, (, Ultfeao). 3 M & Aurellsualsorsu. Bfli' 3 i , Time. litSH- , j' ..UelllDf-AgslnJt Couuler Teu..r. to8: Wall Jim. BB f& I , '; Stull Auollau.4ftoltMaldlluUu.3lul. LB 4 tT THIKIl HACX. Bl m 7i T!? WIH" Ktake. for Allies two years olds $30 HJ Wi .w"".lllOsddeJ.whkliV4iluondiid ftH atou i to thlr.1. six furlooxs. B ,f W Kendall MWe-sih.f. lUndspuni by Uanorer-Splu. J i .awsy.i ,J. Iteaxsul , ...... 1 I it T! fa Holy's b. f ., dsiu llulw. 110 UrUrlu)). . .. t J' ' JL KjreiuOsl'scb.f.boaie. IOOUomlTi. .. .. " 3 M K y."! Uiideu KoJ, bolll Woodturd, Lulu ally, HI F andyiiuhalsursn. HJ i nettina-AiolnsI LoulH'ailT. t Id 1 s Hondspun. 3 B ' S"". ' 1 1 "olden Hod. ft la is. Hod w, lu to Hf 1 H1,!"'vv?,ru"itl'"''l!l-uluUy,ulolt1iuh1 k .'- JMJtol, Muaotuny, 40 lu I. HJ Ml f' Ol'HT1l RACK. BB ft 11 .JteBn'jkwop.lHsndlcap. foribreeyesr-olds. 1100 BB V mtt .ftS.w,,!,'0 aitleAoTwhlchtttoiItoaecwadand f B M fiMto laird. 4.n mile aiul tbne-slxteentb. H ? OF Vi K"e" h. c- ' !ess, by Sir Moitred- BB c& Wilanae. lou lOtwreiti . 1 B ' v r.4. UaycrsUc, falrk'lsn lOrtiSJiunu) i Ttwe. n tkM. Bi .BMlag-nttB4wB MrKxi-ns, axolau rotdcUn. I4K i i a. I ! rirrn back. HJ I MUIac twscptuket cf (13 each for two-ycar-eldA, 1 with ll.oon tiMeit. of wbtrti ttOO to secoB.I, and ttOO to third l nre and a half fnrkmas. Ckss. Minefield, Jr.'s, li. f. aernnd Attrmpt, by Illnv . ysr-Klrat Attempt, tol (Hettri , 1 J, Itnppert. Jr..h.e. llsnchester. 100 ll-amlyl. , .... 3 H. A. I'olemsn's t'o.'s br.e.Tlnne. lo (ilrtmni. . 3 Jack the Jew, Mnwintto, Knmplna Ulrl, Mr llllon, Jr Ueno, Cockade, and Wiarre also ran. Time. 1 :0. rvttlni: Ten to 7 on TInirei agslnst Jfsnehester, to ItReeond Attempt, N tnli Jack the Jew, lo to li fur liljon.Jr, 13 to It peno.yflto II Komnlnilllrl. .toto llMoninlto. 40 toll L-orkaOe, 60 to l Bttarre, 10U lot, SIXTH HACK. A selling sweepstakes foe three yesr-olds and mi Kant, with a,oorriied.nf which tvon to second and loo tothtnli one mile and a sixteenth. V.D. Jennings's hr. e. Little Mstt, by Tottlgenr . Uarkllsl. ro'JIUrirnni... ."l": Cbsrtrs llas('s br. h. Sow or .Nerer, sged. IM (hlmrnt), . , S MrCsfferty ft WlKhsrd's rh. r. Ilsrtfonl.3, 1 IX lltelfT) a Zoullka and Illume also rsn. Time, liAIU. Tlettlnir-Aitalnst Llllls Matt, atoBj NoworXeeer, t to 1 illume, 4 to 1 llsrtford, 7 to It Zoullka, 13 to I, KsmiEit ron anAVESEsn. A. flood Field Named for the 4'aaarele rltakes. Thet'anarsle Ptnkea for three-year-olds and upward Is the feature of to-day' programme for tlravesend, among the entries being such well-known perfornfers as St. Michael, Victori ous. Judge Morrow, Assignee, and Tom Hkld- The balanro of the card has filled well, and the thlnl rare, which brings out John Cooper, Klgaro, Flora Thornton, Declare, and Hydera bad, should not bo the poorest of the day uy any means. The fifth event, for two-year-olds, will lie a horse race lietwecn Connoisseur, Maglan, I'rnnla. Tho Coon, Irish Heel, and Urlght l'hirhus. I lie programme in inn roiinws. First luci Kortwi-yesr olds: a sweepstakes of f 15 eaeh, with f 1.000 added, of which tvoo to second and tun to Ihlnli nlnnlna penslllrs; non-winner allow, ancesi tit e f urlonirs. Cnnnolwur . IM Rtlvta 113 Kennel. Ill t'ranls IIH iiwlrt. tot llernianlta lut) Itoundelsy. . 110 Second Race-For thrce-vcsr-oMs snd upward; hsnillcsp! a sweepstake lr I3 eaeh, with fl.oou adiletl, or which f 2iKI to second and f loo to third j one mile antl a furlong. panquet I2H RnrssnsM 108 liamllt. . iMillartford VJ Jislan H7 Tldrtl Itace For three year olds which have run and not won si this nieetlliiri a sweeiislskes of 913 each, wllh tl.OOO added, or whk li t'JiH'to seninil and tllnl to thtrdt non-winner and nialUeu allowamvst one mile. JohuTooper IM Flaaro .117 Itarelhatih. lUllerlsre I IV llyderaosd. . tin (Islloplnx King liv I'etertheiirest I IV (lor. Mieehan. .. . Ml (lallatln . . lov Thurston I oil Flora Thornton lov Hcatnp, . . ,. 107 Fourth llare The rnnarsle Stakes, for three-year, olds nnd upernriti fV3 each! starters to pay fVi ad ditional guarantei'd csRh value f'J.&oot to the win ner. t'J.ooo, to the second liorw. f-tvi, and to the third hurw, 9l60t selling allowaucesj one mile and a furlong. St. Mlrhael . tOHirieclsn- 107 llTtlershad nil Jmltte Morrow .. . lo-J iTiattsuooKa. loo Vk'torliins . till AMlgnee . U7ITomXklduiore,. . U7 Fifth Ksee For tno-lear-olitsi hsmlleapi a sweep stnkesorl3isrh. wllh tl.IMN) added. of which tZtH) to second ami f too tothlrdt Ave snd a half furlongs. Connoisseur.. ltfllMsglsn 103 tlranls, lou Urlght Phiebus.... lo-J Thef.mn -toil from well loo 'rlh Iteel.. lOxlPhvtius. VH Sixth Hare For three-year-olds and upward: a sweepstakes of $13 each, with 91,000 sildeil. of which ' 9Jos)lo second and 9100 to third: winning penalties; selling sllowances; sic furlongs. Leonswetl It Sorcerer 10 Ham Heller Ill 111ml n7 DerfarKllla lou Assignee loH Chtawlek 104 Treveljan 10'i Wernberg 1 0.1 Nero lov Hesntey.... , 1UJ Uov.Hheebsn, loo The vueeu IN Claras u3 The I.oaK lalaad Poay Raelaa; Asaoetatloa Uefeada Itself. Tlieofflclala of the Long Island I'ony Racing Association of Parkway, I.. I., had a hearing before tho Jockey Club in their rooms, corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty-second street, lost night. K.M.Ware, J. It. Wood, II. It. Osborn. C. T. Howe, and Frank I). Heard were present, and replied to the charges made by John A. Hennessy, which incriminated several horse owners and Jockeys. No decision waa made by the cluli. but Starter Wnro said that everything waa satisfactorily and amicably arranged. The officials of tho Long Island I'ony Haclng Association will make a report at 11 o'clock this morning to the stewards of tho Steeplechase, Hunt, and I'ony Haclng Association at tho office of J, It. Wood. :12 ilrond street. Permission was refused the 1-ong Island Pony Haclng Association to hold a fall meeting. The application of the tjueens County Jockey Club for a license was denied. ii.mr n. jioi.i.t:i omit him. Jockey rltralgjbt fleked Vp Badly Braleed Ml MaspetU. The track at Maiprth yrtterdsy was heavy on tha baekttrslch near the roll, but good everywhere else. Jockey Straight bad a narrow escape from being seri ously Injured In tha tlfth race In the afternoon. He had the mount on Daby D. On turning Into the back stretch the horse was seen to stumble and fall, rolling oer the twy. It was at Drat thought that Straight waa killed. As It was he was ttadly brutsed. An Investigation of the Masher'a race yesterday af ternoon was held and V. French, who rode the horse, wss suspended Indefinitely. The owners of the horse were exonerated from all blame. A meeting of the Executive Committee waa held during the evening. In regard to the hores Susie It. and Wang, whoweru ruled oft during the Parkway meeting, the committee derided to order both horses from the grounds, it. (Juantrrll.who was ralrdofTilu ring the Parkway meet ing, was likewise ruled on the llaipetb grounds. Uv ele.er riding Maulove piloted the favorite. Frank It. Harf, to the front In the afternoon, and he also won the alxth aud seventh races at ulgbl. .summaries: Arrtavoos ksczs. First Rare Pnrss SIOO; uon-wlnners; six furlongs. Iiou Voysge, 1171 Vt'.MrDerniott i. 3 to v.won i llarlrin. 114 (tlelKer), S to l.serond; Tom MrC.. 114 (Kllulni inonsi, 4 to 1. thlnl. Time, 1 :SV j. Exrslilor, Almeda nity.and lCamer also ran. becoiul Rare Purse 200t maiden twoyearolds: Ave rurlungs. Ferona II. Ally. 113 L. Vetteri. H to I, won: hhsruu, llrttCole.4 to 3, second; liuonton. lod IVV llorrU). 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:13. Forento and tVaywarouda also ran. . Third ltace-l-urse 9100; selling: five and a half fur longs. I-rauk It. llarf, 110 (Maulove), 1 to K. won: F.llen II.. 1IK1 (C. Veltsrl. U to 3. second; Ualiel A., llri IW.Morrli). 4Utu l.tblrd. Time, 1,1V. The ullr and Jim t'orliett alxi ran. Fourth Kare-furM 9VO0; seven antl a half f nr longs. Fox (Hove. IMiP. Johnaonl. 1 to X, won: Bellsarlus. llw lllttdinmoiia) II to 0. second; Tom lUsirrs. U'j i . Ilorrlsi. IS in I. third. Time, Itiwaj. Circular. Ked Cross, and llrtgtit Kyes slso rsn. Utih Itsre-I-urMXisi; selling; four and a half fur-'.""f- ..i1!!,.r- .'"'' Iltonovsni. 11 to 3. won; Tho Joker, 07 l lslr.inll.it to I, second; Teralxi. lol iw. Morrlal. 3 lu I, third. Time. Iill.tti. Keramos, Oporto! WarPalut.-rau King, IJIytbe. aoiflJabr liTalsi raS The latter fell. sioirr aires. MithRare-PursslXOO; selling; six furlongs. I.u rs. HHKManlovei, 4 to 1. won; Ilrniau. IU7 tw. Mur. rlsi.tttoO.secoiid; lollah. V? (U'llrleuj, g tol, third. Time, l:t4'. alu Ahrens also rau. Hevrnth liace-Puru) iw. aevsu furlongs. Mont. lece, nil tMsliloV(),3tol.woni('araccus,lu7(Roeksl. V.".'',S'ouUl u11- uerdon. 107 (W. lorrli,.o to l! third. Time, 1 1104. HheilUrk aud Lou Rheit also Kighlh Rare Purio 9S0O; selling; Ave furlong.. Pa gan. Ill IFIt(slmmou,H to 3, suni Roman, M F. Alfordi, to to I, sn-tind: Csriiallte, loi oileasoni. a to I. thlnl. Time. l.UK. tlortne, bob Sutherland, aud McaMnney also ran. ' Mutli lisrel'urss 9JoO; selllug: fourand a half fur lougs. Trlxev Uanluer. W tF. AlforU). H to l.wou: ou Lucey. 107 tw. Morris). 4 to 8. eecmd; Ix.ug llounra illeruard), 3 to I, thlnl. Time, iiisj. Mm sloue. Laughing Water, Bob V and Refraction Held lugalxiran. Tenlblla.a-Pure''O0t selling; Are furlongs. Car iiKlllo. lot ((lleasou). 13 to I. woo: Alaulhra. lie. Iirt thinL Time. l:uv) UcOormk-k, Ularklurk. aud Ud gerwooil also rau. The eutrtes lular areas follows. Kr,, Paee-Pursa tjuo: selllngi Ihreewiuartrra of a nills. Jullrn. low; loughlug Water aud IllabC. 104 l.lleu It. 10.1; Ulenall and briiasels, 7 ' ,M' Merond Hace-Purxi 9oU: nve eighths of a mile. Caroven, ll: Ju,lge uleaaon. Adventuress, and Hlbe. fla. 110; hallfe Uuriu roll. IVggyMervlll coli. aud Rar 'i!SiATSSt "UUu AlU1"" iV.5a ruirjl lltara puna 100; seven and a half furlongs. TkeNnVd4lhir,o,k,S'',.,4l?',, "" UuU UnU- Fourth I-juw-I-utm 9 sou: oua mile. Cararrus. Oen. Oordou.snd Lou Rbett. i; Samailiau, lou; onh ,".hJ'iu,, .""". J03: Are,anilyandf)tura.73. Fifth Raee-Pune9; illln: Ihrewjuarten of a ff"-r. H-.1! V,'"-IuI' A-")!'- 104; Alouxo and May D loii t'lausman. V3; Jultst, 7V; Valkyrie. 71)' Cln-uUr. lol; Workburu. 101. ' '"'"' ,D- Hlslh Rare Puna JOO; selling; Ave snd a half furkiugs. Fsu King. Harlem, aud Hhellbark. lull Luray.uS; Walcb Cbanu aud Uiackwuud, V3: Uob V aud Ituhing, v. 1 --., Seventh harv-Pursa 9ioO: Avs-elghiht of a mile. Paunlleu. I-J: Urate thief. 110; My Ulrl coll.lU To.rt.ey, 100; 1-avlng Teller. 107: Lllio Auu. loi ' Kljhtn Race Hurx 9oo; elllng: hair a ulla and seventy janl McCoriusk. 107: Comprwlor. Mangle mcbanUand Carnallle, 101; Ruby, blacklock, aud J)nth' Usee Puns 9800; selling: Ibree-noarteriof a uilla. Uectrte Ught, formerly tu toilet (elding, KlagwiMkl. Homan. and Kentucky Lady. k: Mar K. formerly Margery Ally.lM; KxceUlor.oi ' J ' Teulh Rota-Puna 9-o); selllug: Hve-eljbths of a mile, l.iuubermau, 107; ParatfoaTBaodusl2roli.anJ Jock Wilson. 104) Adjourn, lull FoitBVllsiJ jtvr.un off as a .vo ?. Another Illegal Rarer la Mold (a Have Beca IMaeovered at llawtkerae, ruk'soo, bept. XO.-Rudolph's defeat at Hawthorns lonlsy was a great surprlv, his field being of very ordinary quality, causing only 1 to 4 to be laid against tba former great handicap horse. Two favorites, Plggs and Tim Murphy, were successful, Tho lovotbjalloa which boa besula progress some dsys relative to the alleged crookedness of the Unions family to-day resulted la the ruling off of Henry and Albert Simons, sad lbs Judges ordered all their hones entered for the day's raring scratched. lu tbe last ror a nisu turned J, Should started a bona under the nam of Von Kurts. After 109 rar both hone snd maawera ruled off, as horsemen swore that tbe animal a as a -ringer, although the Identity of tha bona was not dbrueerad. Twenty tare buokmoksn did a ruahlug business. Tba track was fast, nuumia- tles . nnt By, Onomlhi. Dorkstader.103 tLrfgai. M to I. won: Pauluo, WI (F. Corr). loo la I. ssoaod; Bur rtUs luUci. 104 tCouUi). W I, laird. Tuuo,l.tJ. 7 Rndotph,CIIKrndl(, Col. &, Sedsthv, aad kjag Bet also ran, second Usee Three-insrters of a mile. Pe Braey, 117 (Coffey), R ton, won; PrmOray. ItOtLelgh). fo 10. serondi Eagle Bird, lltT(Knapp), 8 to 1, third. Third Hsrs-Mlla aaxl a half. Hawthorne, 103 (flight, a to , won; Joe Murphy. lo (C. Wetier), even, second; IUsscon,e4 (A. Isont)(13 to 1, third. Tlme,:4. . . Fonrth Raee-fleven-elghths of a mite. Dlggs, 101 1 Irving). 1 to 4. wont Inttallaior, 103 (llackllnj, (1 to , second; Midas, 103 IE. Morris), 13 to 1, third. Time, !3IM. Fifth Race Three-quarters of a mile. Tim Murphy, IM (F. Carr). T to 3, won; Innovation, lit tC. Vfrber), B to I, second I Leo, 114 (thorn), 7 to 1, third. Tims, HIS. Rlslh Race Threeflusrters of a mile. Bryan, lt3 (KnspiO.Sto l.woni Flora May.tM (BurrelO, XO to I, second; Luclnda, Iko (Irving), in to I, third. Time, lilt). I.lssetta "Wine tka Handicap at Latoala. LlTovu. Bept. SO. The Irark tonlsy waa again heavy and stfrkr, rnnsenne-ntly the sport was ot a IMiorcasracter. Summaries: First Rare-Seven furlongs. Pa Ik Line, til (Van Kenren), 4 to 1. won: PrlnreLeo. 107 (Perkins), a to 0. second jCspU Tip. 1 ' tMorse), 10 tol, third. Time, 'second Rare One mile. Clementine. 100 IPerklnO, 7 to 3, wool Say On, loa (J, Ftsher), 7 to 3. second; Dillon J lul (tlsmi. 10 to I, third, time. Itssu. . Thlnl Rsre flsndlesp! six fnrlongs. Ustetfa. 107 (Claytou), Via l.woni Mollle K, 1 10 (J. Kiulth). H to i.serond! Chatmlon, 10iv(tan Keursn), I to 1, third. Time. IHMU. Fourth lUee-Ons mils andaslxtetnlh. Potentate, 111 llirooks), I toil, won: Floreonns. 107 (Clayton), Slo tol, serondi (teorga Deck, 107 (Perkins), i to 1, thlnl. Time. 1:33. . ...... Fifth llsce-Flveand a half furlongs. Lady Buch anan, 107, (Clayton), 7 to I, won: Repeater, 113 (llrooks).evrn, second! Lily of tha Weil, 1U7 (Per kins), 0 to 1, third. Time, liia. SVEKO AT KAttttAOANItETT 1'AHK. 0 Arislstrst's tlanghter Hhate Oat Field of Rhode Islaad.bred Trot t era. Paoviniucx, Sept. SO. This was the ftrvt day of sun shine at the Rhode Island Slate Fair, and a crowd esti mated at 90,000 went to Narragansett Park. The speed programme waa not taken up until the after noon, as the footing was heavy after the rain ot Wed nesdsy. When the horses were called. Starting Judge McCarthy showed what a Western huallercandoby getting off thirteen hests. Waurnand Venlta Wilkes gslhereit in the two contests commenced yesterday, the latter having an unopposed march when Val eame to grief lu the lldrd heat by the breaking of the strap which kept his head down. The colt had won the Ant heal tolay very clevcrlr after a brush with St. Jona than, and would probably have landed tbe race but for the accident. Anita got all the money In the puns for Rhode Isl and trotters of three yesrs by shutting out her slow opponents. The money wss on (Jermslue for the 3:110 tnit, but he fslted to srore this afternoon, though there Is still a chance for him. Scranlon liellenud Puck had -a close Anlsh In the second hest. Hterllmt hsd thetttlft pscenat his mercy, though Wilcox made him take a second onTViimiu the second heat, sum maries 1 11:43 rises, paring: purse 9)100. Wsueo, br. .. by AUfsllsh Wilkes Nauny Har den, by Clark Chief (Reynolds) . Ill (lemli.. ti.c. (Day) ... a Zandorah, rh. m. (Klngl n II H Iady Hlinisrrk. ch. m. (Rogen), 4 3 3 Hull Rosa, n. r. (Warner). 3 11 4 t'nnonlrils, b. g. (Sawyer) n 4dls Dustmont, br. s. (Pore) 7 7dls MerrylJell.b. f. (Clarki & dr Tlmt X:XOH,)iilVM, S:l?. 3:40rlass. ironing; pune 91.000. Vinlls Wilkes. !. m.. tiy riuy Wilkes-Ran Msleolleile. bySpeculstlon(tloldenillb..! nil Phalen.blk. g. istewarti :i 4 9 St. Jonathan, br.s. (Woodnnt) A V II 4 Mlullerllhy.rh. r. (Ilennlck) , 4 0 4 3 Val. U.C., by Vaseo I O'.Nell) 1 dla Clyde, b.m. (Cooper) Bdls Tlme-2:4, SI:S0H, :UH. a:'.'SK. Tliree yesr-olds, bred In Rhode Islsnd; trotting, purse 9-Vmi. Anita, b. f., by Aristocrat Lena B., by Dartmouth (Fuller)....' 1 Peter t!.. b.c. (Iwis) ills AllreMsy.b. f. (Rlrhsrdion) ...ills is. Iloy.ch. g. (Spink) ills, Eureka, ro. g. (Sawyer) dls Time. X: !Wf. 9:20 class, trotting: purse 9H0O (unfinished). Hrrantnn lielle.or. ru., ny uiamntn (i-ayn).. taxi l'urk. blk. g., by Tacoma (Demarest) 7 1 1 M HlllyC.br. g. (ljulnton) U H u a Happy tody. br. in. (Turner) n 3 V v Dynamite, blk. g. (Dure) 11 USA Don. Ks. (Houghton) y 3 A 7 Katie Mac, br.m. (Walker) 8 4 3 4 (lermslne. b. s. (McCoy) u 8 4 3 Kerwln, br.s. (Walsh).... wll 7 11 Pure Wilkes, b. s. (O'Neill) 19 U11 H Minnie I., ch. m. (Clsrk) 10 10 10 10 lrlncetonlsn.cb. s. tSnow) 4 7 bdls Tluie-ililSM. 9:I7M. :90M. :1"4. 9:13 class, psrlng; purse 9400. 8terllng. rh. s.. by Ilsroldson Laura Will iams, by Ilolsblrds Ethsn Allen (Carmtch- ael) 1 1 1 Tony Wtlrox.ch. g. (Shanter) 3 U y Rllisanl, b. g. ismsrt) 11 8 a Rebus. ti.g. (Demsrest). lu 8 7 Dortorll., br. s. icurry) H 810 Dovsn.blk.s.( Wilson) 7 4 4 Phsron.br. s. (Porter) 4 10 8 KUrkKlork, br.m. (Snow) H 7 A Miller Wsrd.b. . (Stone), nil 0 Jlstterhorn. U.S. (Riittleitge).. u u ij l.uclllo,b.ni. Ilutuilckl 11 odli Tlnie-a:llH, 1i:im, SilX. Rnbeasteln Falls to Beat tka Foar.yrar-ald I'aelag Record. Timj, Sept. SO The races at tha Seneca Driving Park today were very Interesting. The weather was ploasaat and the track In splendid condition. Ruben stein was booked to break the world's record for four-year-old pacers, 2:07M. hut the best he could do was 2:I0)(. He won the free-for-all pace, however. In straight heats. Summaries: S:lSrlsss, trotting; pnrsefKOO. Knlghtmsre, b. m., by Mr Knight (Laird)... 8 111 Wistful, br.m.. iirWedgwoodiFullerA 18 3 0 Cutlllass,li.ni. (Macy). II a u li Laiuthran W b,. (Smith).. A A 9 3 J. M. Il, g. g. (Coleman) 3 4 4 4 Clvlltlue. b.m. (Perfect) 41010 t) Ilorneo. b. h. (Prlts) 10 8 0 7 1'st MyBoy.ro. g. (Nllrkoli) w UBS llnrleJosh. b.h. (Montgomery) 7 H 7 8 Wilkes, b.jf. Illsimnnndl 8 7 810 Tlme-iis4. 9:11IK. Sil3i4-. SilSH. 9:40elsss.psc1ng: purse 91.000. Oaiette. b. a., by Dictator (bhuckenry) 1 1 1 ljillrlppr. b. a. (Mscy) , 9 g 3 Direction, blk. s. (Dobla) 4 a 9 KlngSslem.br. s. (Tsllman) 8 8 4 Hranolis. b. m. (Price) a sdia Roy IL.m.s. (Jennings) dls. Tlme-9:lj)4, 9:1314. 9:01. Frea-for-sll class, pacing; purse 9600. Ruliensteln, b.s., by lis ron Wilkes (Lslrdl 1 1 1 Jsrkllowan, h.gby Kllbuck Tom (Wesflv)... 9 9 Egdon, reus. (Conn) , 3 a a Tlme-XilOH. 9:1 IM. 9:ia. Amltyvllle'a Fair la Fall Blast. Aurrrvitjx. Sept. S0.-The postponed opening of the county fslr.nnder tbe auspices of the Amity villa Agri cultural and Driving Park Association, took place hereto-day. The attendance was large, Tbe display In tbe agricultural department waa the finest ever on exhibition here, the showing of fruit being msgnlfl. rent- Tha dlsplsy of curios and rsney work wss alMi extensive. The hsraeas races were the principal restores of tba afternoon. Uelur time would undoubtedly hove been liisils If tha trsrk bait not liesn so heavy. Much In terest centred In the race between three-year-old col is. Tbe favorites (mm tbe start were Alpha I'-, owned br A. C. Coruwell of Urooklyn. and Tudor, owned br C H. tleudrlckson of Rorkvllls Centre. Tha belling was lively. In the fourth heat Alpha C. was In the lead at the wire, Out she wss set bark for making gaining breaks. The Judges were ex-Hupervlsor I. L. Vsu No.tr snd of Flushing. David Stewart of New York and Charles I. Molt of North llrwpsleod. bunimartn: Two-yesr-olds; trotting; heats, best two la three: purse 9I0O. Kodmus,rb.c. (Moore) 1 1 Viney.b.s. (1'ornr.ell) . '9 9 La Dolls. 1-h.m.iPrlure) ... li J lleutoull., b.g. (Hsytsi s m flme-9:3l,9:4A. Three-yesrldeolts; I rolling: purseIOO, Tudor, b. .(Hendrlrksoui 19 3 11 Atpha('.,b.c- (Coruwelli 9 118 9 sierra, UclWynue a 4 4 ode Fuleka.br. i1. (Jtoore) ... .4 8 3 3r. Hardy Dan, b. c.l l.'llnmmedleu) 0 dr. Tlme-:, 9:8. 9:87, 9:37, y:So. Lord llawbe'a Mta Will Meet Htroag Teoss at PhlUdalahla, Ixird Hawke'a tram will begin first game with the gentlemen of Philadelphia this morn. Ing on the grounds of the Merlon C. C. at Ilaverford. Everything Indicate that thla will bo the principal match of the Englishmen's tour. The Philadelphia have selected a powerful team, comparing very favorably with any that baa ever taken the Held for them In aft international match. Every seat in tha big grand stand of the Merlon Club was bought up early In the week, and there were more appll. t atlona for space from coaching parties than tbe coiumlttre could accomodate. 11 fore leaving New York Lord Hawk a ex. pressed (lie highest praise for tbe work of the metropolitan team Jn bowling and fielding, which he characterised as sharp, clean, and ef. frctire. The Phlladelpliiana are anxious to make an equally good showing. With the sin. fie exception of A. M. Wood, who haa been jn bU country a great many years and practically learned his cricket at Philadelphia, every man onthe team is a native-born American, a fact which lends additional Interest lothe game as an International contest. Tbe game will be con. tinued to-merrow and Monday. It Is under atuod that an effort will be nude to induce tbe hngllshuien to return to New York to finish their game here next Tuesday and Wednesday, 3IeI.augkllo Defeats Ivca la a llaadlcap Billiard Uateb. Ed ward McLaughlin, who gained such a clever s Ictory over "Comancfce" Hexton recently, was Frank Ives'a opponent at Maurice Daly' Acad, eruy lut night. The game was at 14-lncb balk line, lies conceding McLaughlin 830 points In 300. The Phlladelphlan played a good, steady game, and scored his first New York victory against the young "Napoleon" In a handicap game. Itea'a play waa unsteady and At times very ragged. He was especially bad oh draw shots and he missed .several apparently cosy shots. When McLaughlin made his high run of 8-'. his nurse play has as Una as any seen In this city for some lime. Jves's star shot of the evening was a moos with the three bills on the roll. Ivca bos not heard ani thing new from Chicago regarding Scbafer's challenge. The score: McLeufhUa-o, o. a, ,o, 0. 1 4. 90. a, 99. 13, s. 91. v. IS, IO.oT,0,4.B'iio AveraiVxi. ' ''s-Oj ': 0. J. 4.0. 7,19. 1 Jr. 14, 43, 10, 10, 9J. 9. ltOBEIlT J. PACES IN 2:02 3-4, H VT TtTK KtNO OF UAJtNEIt ItORHES j'Atin to jiB.tr tn nEconu. Another Day of Phenomenal Hpetd Over the NevrTraek at Oaleakni-xt-Tke Black Colt Illreetly Breaks ' tka WorU'a Jteeard for Tsea.year.old Faeer by CeverlBK as Mil la iV7 aV4-Oallae' Kaala st Keeord-Joe Patehea aad 4aka H. Ueatry Mateked flit s,X st Hide. Oalmiuro, III., Bept. SO. Another day of the race meeting on the 'Williams track was voted to be anrcesaf nl by aarge crowd. Robert J, was started to beat his own record of 3:01H, but failed, although the track was In splendid con dltlon. Ms time was y:02L Directly shattered Carbonate's record for two-year-old pacers ot 8:00. made at Terre Hants last week, covering the mile In 2:07. Online attempted to bent the four-year-old record of 2:0TM. but the watches showed the same figures when tha horsa came under the wire after a splendid effort. It was after 4 o'clock when fleers appeared on the track behind Robert,!, He gave him a warming-up mile In 2:13, and afterafomblng out and an exercise spin came out for the mile. On the second score (leers nodded hlshoadfor the word and the gelding was off. He started strong and steady. He got to the quarter In 110 seconds. To the half tho pact) was a bit slower, and the watches showed 1:0 IK. Tho crowd cheered as they saw the speed shown by the pacing champion, and everybody thought ho would surely break his record. Hut from the half Robert J. seemed to falter, and at tho three-quarters he marked 1 !31- Down the stretch (leers grew uneasy and began to ply the whlpallttto. It availed nothing, for Robert J. seemed tired, nnd tho liest he'l'ould do was to finish the mile In SiOX nruld great cheering. McDowell then brought Directly out to beat the two- car-old pacing record of 3:01), made by Carbonate at Terre llaiito last week. The youngster went to the quarter InOi.l?, tho half In 1 '.(HH, thrro-quartrrn In lt.lOH. and the mile lnU:0n. The colt showed a great deal of re serve strength, and It Is thought that be will do better work before the season closes. Online. In her trial to bent the fonr-year-ntd pacing record of U:07M. could only tie It. He made the quarter In OtflU. the half In 1:0.1)4, and the thrre-oiiartcra in 1::I3. Htunmarlcs: 8:14 rlsM, trotting: purse 91.000. Kentucky Union, by Aberdeen (Erhert) 1 1 1 Maby (Curry) 4 9 9 Atote (McDowell) 8 4 II Keeler (llusseyl 3 8 4 Tlme-9:I7, 9:19.9:11m. 9;l9rlssa, pacing; purse 11,000. Sesl. by .Notory (Cooley) .. 1 el t 1 Doc sperry.br Altsmout (MrDowell). . ,A 1 9 3 Vsssar, by Vstlrsn (Moloney) 9 3 4 3 TwoStrlkelFlllleger) !) 3 II 9 Webber Wilkes (Alexander) 4 8 3 4 Deutah (Curry) j 4 6it. Tlme-9:I0. 9:I0K. 9:10, 9:OS4(. Two-year-olds; 9:43 class, trotting; heats two In thre. Miss Kate, by Direct (McDowell) 1 1 Fogl4lss,(irKagll!lrd (Young) 9 9 Coppte Woodllne, by Woodltne 3 3 Tlme-9:94i. 9:94)4. Three-yeer old clsss. trotting: purse 11.000. Onao.ua. by Keeler (Hussey) 1 1 1 Dentine (Thomas) 3 8 9 Delmont (Johnson) 4 9 3 Andy Johnson iniock) a Sdls Delbert IMcOnwan) 3 4dU Tlme-9:iei4. 9:I7M. V:13. Speclsl, psctng: to beat 9:0IK. lime., ... .. ......... .... ..., . ... ... 1 Rotiert J., b.s, hy llsrtford -Oersldlne. by Jsy Oould (Oeers) 9 . Tlme-0:30. 1:01K. l:31Sa.9.09K- Speclsl, pacing; to beat the two-year-old record, 9'OU. Directly, blk. c, by Direct-Mabel, by Korbuck (Mc Dowell) 1 Time 9 Tlme-0:39, !:04K, l:3(1V(, 9:07(. Snectsl, psclng; to best the four-year-old record. 9:07V. online, b. a., by Shadeland Onward (Chandler) Time Time 0:31)4, 1:03. 1:33, 910714. The bay pacing stallion John R. Oentrv, by Ashland Wilkes. 3:034. and tho black stallion Joe Pntchen, by. I'atchen Wilkes. 2:04. have been matched to race for 13,000 a side over this track next riatnrday. Tka Blood I.loea la tka redljtree or Allx. To Titi Editor or Trig Bck Sir: Now that Allx. 2:03J, has accomplished the feat of beat ing the 2:04, thus becoming for the time being the trotting champion of tbe world, her breed. Ing becomes a matter of Interest to hundreds of people. Briefly stated, her sire waa Patronage, son of I'ancoast; dam by Attorney, son of Harold; second dam by General Hatch, son of trader's Caaslus M. Clay; thlnl dam by thor oughbred Iowa, son of Imp. Qlenroe; fourth dam Dolly Aldrlch, supposed to be a daughter of old Abdallah, the sire of Hyadyk's Hambletonlan. As the dam of Pan coast was by Harold, and as Attor ney was by Harold, the mare Is Inbred to that horse. As all fumlllar with trotting pedigrees know, Harold was the slra of Maud H., that for so many years held the championship record of 2:084. The trotting leaven In the pedlgreo of Allx brings in the blood of several of thoso great families, of which one or more Is usually found In the pedigree of all fast horses, 8I10 carried the blood of Hambletonlan four times related, she has the blood of Henry Clay, and has three crosses 01 .Momurino Liner, rine is tho first champion that baa ever carried anyMambrino Chief blood. As far as trotting lines go, the great feature of the pedigree of Allx Is her Inbreeding to the re markable half thoroughbred stallion old Ab dallah, that got ltysdylt'a Hambletonlan. Of course she gets fonr crosses of his blood through Hambletonlan. aa above stated, but In addition she has three and probably four crosses of Ab dullah's blood that do not come through Ham bletonlan. Many of the older horsemen who re member the trotting stock of the old daya when they were young, regard Abdallah aa great a horse as his son llamolctonlan. though circum stances have farored the latter to such an ex. tent that Ids blood probably enters Into seven eighths of all the trotters that have entered the 3:20 list. Mince Dexter took the crown from Flora Templo every champion sae one haa carried liambletoutan's blood, and that one, Itarus. was claimed to be by a son of Abdallah, though the register does not affirm it. Ooldsmlth Maid, that succeeded Dexter, waa by a son of Hambletonlan. out of a daughter of Abdallah. The aire of Maud H. was likewise Inbred to Ab dallah. When we come to tabulate the pedigree of Allx we find Important Infuslnna of thorough, bred blond eutwined among the trotting lines. In tbe fourth remove of her peiflyree we find a daughter of thoroughbred Woodford, adaugh. ter of thoroughbrrd Wagner, u thoroughbred daughter of Robert lirure, a thortaighbred daughter of Imp. Envoy, and a thoroughbred sou of Imp. (Ilenroe. Like Nancy Hanks, rlunol. f laud H.. and Jay.Kye-Hev. who have preceded irr In the championship, she Is, therefore, a trot ting bred mar a whoaa blood haa beeu vitalized by Infusions of running blood. She and Nancy Hanks have succeeded to the championship since the Introduction of the bicycle-wheel sulky, with Its ball bearings and pneumatic tire. Different horsemen put differ' ent estimates upon the comparative valneof rec. onls made ainre and before the rhange of wheel. Personally, 1 believe that at such extreme eaten of speed aa art) Involved In the championship ot the trotting course, there Is an average of alx seconds difference, one time with another, and aa Allx Is bred very high in trotting Instinct and thoroughbred whalebone, I expect tu aee her equal the record of rlunol, based upon that allowance, which will cut oue and one-half nee. onds from her present record. Hunol, however, had the adtantageof a kite track, while 1 lie. lteve the track at (Jalesburg Is an oval. The dlf. ferenre between the two la not much where the bicycle wheel Is used. )et It possesses some ad vantage with the old wheel. I expect to see Andy MrDowell drive Allx In 2:02)Jor better, because I think she Is as great as anything that haa yet been bred. Is In the best hands for sue. reaaful management while Mr, Kallslmry has his eye on her, and when it comes to driving, Andy can drive. Hut the two-minute mnrk ft a long way off yet. unlaaa the mile Is shortened, a down-bill trsrk arranged, or some Innovation changes ita conditions. Yours truly. Niw Yukk, Bept. 20. Hahk Comstock, Uorsaaa Waa la Aaetber Gs at rJkelly, Toths EtirroeoF Tax ai'i-Sfr; Although contrary to my principles 10 eogsgs la newspaper warfare, I cannot. In Juslke to myself sod to lay friends who supported me, refrain from entering a protest against tba remarkable derision rendered la my bout with JsrkSkellyat tha Seaside Athletic Clnb on Monday evening last. If I may not be permitted to breathe tba suggestion tbst I won fairly ou leads and points, I raa at least venture to state iksl all precedent estab lishes the fact that la bouts which hove been stooped through polic Interference before the specified nam. berof rounds hove been contested, and cortk-ularlv when tho participants are In coadialoa latlnlsh. the only dectaloa ever given, to my knowledge, bss been a drsw. unhnseouie other understanding has been pre arranged. Inniybambl opinion I bad tba better af Monday RIgbl'a contest up to the moment ot lu stoppage, su.l this I aai rertalaly bocksd by the grest majority of experts among tha newspaper men present, whose ac counts of the battle bear out my eontrnllou. I feel that I was defrauded of my rights, and. In eoBcIuslno. challenge Kkslly to another contest, either limited roundaor to a flntali, snd can and ample back ing for eltberlf hkelly will step forwsrd Suh snTie-ceoiaa.--oiUdfl. Yours respectfully, Hxw YoaaSept. xo. Jous J.tioaxas. Tha otnoers o Coorordlo Bowling Club ot Brooktrn hager, (Secretory sod Treasurer, u. acbourbuah. C'o ATHLETIC jrAXAOKRH MEET. Many Belnetaiemcnla and Bates far Worsen aad Baxlng; Matekes Heenred. A meeting of the noo.nl of Managers of the Metropolitan Association of tha A. A. t was held last night at tho Astof House. Tho follow Ing members answered to roll tall! James F. Bnlltvan, Itew Jersey A, (J., Presldentl John Btell, K. Y.T. V., Treasurer! George W. Wood, Union A.C.,8-crttaryi It. J. Allen, Ravenswood n.C 1', J. Barnes, Wllllamsbnrgh A.A.i J.J.Carroll, Cathedral A.A.I CJ.Hsrvey, St. Stephens A. A.I F- W. HJrrt berg, Twenty-second Regtment A. A.I W, J, Llnehan, Riverside A. C. (Newark) I A. W. Rider, Clipper A.C.I F.W.Rnblen.St.aeorireA.C.t MI. Sweeney, Urook lyn A. C Charles While, Clinton A. C. After the reading and approvalof the mlmitrs of the last meeting Treasurer Stell prcented his financial report from May 23, 1H04, to date, and announced that the association had a balance to Its credit of $313.04. The outstanding liabili ties Rrotor prircs for tho boxing championship held at Newark In 180.1. The Treasurer was nil thorlxcd to expend the sum of S300 for tho pur. chose of suitable prlrcs, nnd Messrs. Ptcll. White, and Rider were appointed a committee to select the nrlres. The Hoard also resolved to pay a long stand Ing debt of 10() to Mr. A. (I. Mill. I'pou favorable report of the Schedule Committee the Wllllamaburgh A. A. secured tho dates of Oct. l.'land 13 fur a boxing tournament, nnd the Pastime A. C. and Company I of the Twelfth Regiment secured Nov, 22 Tor a act ot Indoor games to bo held at the Twelfth Regiment Armory. Henry Apfel of tho HL George A. C. who has been under suspicion of sparrlngat unregistered meetings, waaexonrrated from thorharge by the committee, there being no protest on file against him, and theMecrctnry was Instructed to notify theomclnlsof the Rnvcnswood Hont Club that they conld award the prlxe won by.Apfel at their boxing show. A protest was on file In reference to tho tug of wnr given nt the Archdloresnn Union games on .Inly 14, but the matter was laid over for further Investigation. I'pon favorable report of the Membership Committee, the Y. M. C. A. of New ark was duly elected to membership In the naso. elation: tho applications of the "tlents"rJport. Ing Club of Jersey City and the Anchor A. C. uf Jersey City were referred hack for further In vestigation. Archibald D. Dolby of Hrooklin and a member of tho Koventh Regiment A. A., was reinstated as an amateur In good standing, as were also K. K. Austin of the New York A. t !. and Hcveuth Regiment A. A. and A. K. Lindner or the St. (leorgo A. C. I. Yogcllus hod also tiled an application for reinstatement, but his case was referred bark to the committee. Tho following clubs having disbanded were dropped from tho membership roll ; Acorn A. A.. Islington A. C, Manhattan A. (J., and Mount Morris A. C. A letter from Vice-President Cuming resign ing his membership on the Hoard was read, nnd tho resignation waa accepted with regret. The Hoard decided to take action In the matter of the Y. M. C. A. giving open unsanctioned meet ings at which many athlotes, members of clubs In thctiMoclAtlon, mi wittingly disqualified them aclvcs. Secretary Wood was Instructed to notify the l.M. U. A. branches that in future they must register nnd schedule their games, or all athletes competing would disqualify themselves. Many complaints havo been filed with the Hoard from tlmo to time by athletes who al leged they had no means ot knowing whether meetings had liccn properly sanctioned or not. To remedy this tho Secretary will every two weeks send to tho secretary of each club In the association a list of properly sanctioned meet, tngs. The Annual Outdoor Championship Com mlttoe reported that the meeting held at Sara toga on July 21 resulted In a net profit of $218, The meeting adjourned subject to the call ot tho Chair. TO ItOOJt YACIITIXa AT XEWrOJtT. A Jar)nc Week Like That at Cowea to Bs Held .Neat Year After the Cruise. While the cottagers at Newport have always evinced more or less Interest In yachting as a pastime, this year was the first season In which they have ever Indulged In any racing on their own hook. The result of the ladles' ratbnat races In Newport harbor, where sucb well-known maids and matrons as Mrs. John Jacob As tor, Mrs. W. Butler Duncan, Jr., Miss Sands, Sirs. Royal Phelps Carroll, Sirs. Ferdinand Yxnaga, Sirs. J. liordraan Harriman, Miss Adele Sloane, Mrs. E. Clarkson Potter, nnd Mrs. Adolf Lan denberg handled the tiller and sailed their own boats, was voted such a success that tho expert, ment will be repeated on alargcr scale next year. The 21-footers, It will also bo remembered, had a number of good races then; In fact the closest and best of the season. The successful outcome of society's first venturo In yacht rac ing caused considerable talk In America's Cowes, as Newport sometimes Is called, and the result Is that a strong and vigorous effort will be made next year by some of the leading cottagers to establish a racing week for yachts nt Newport, which Is to resemble Cowes week in England. It the Idea of tho promoters of the scheme Is carried out subscriptions will bo asked for. and. In fact, between $:i.000 and $4,000 have already two guaranteed, and handsomo cups or cash prizes a may be deemed best, offered for all classes of yachts. On the first day of the racing week prizes will be offered for the larger sloops and schooners, which will, of course, be rared outside of Uren ton's Itcef Lightship. On the following day tho smaller craft will have It out In the Innor har bor, tho greater part of the course to be In full view of the shore, and so on through the week, tbe Idea being to have the racing alternate be tween the larger and smaller boats, the larger boats racing outside one day and the smaller ones Inside the next. If the scheme goes through, as It Is almost certain to do now. the idea Is to have the racing week Immediately ufter tho New iork iocht Clnb's cruise, when all of the yachts are at Newport. In cose the affair Is a success, as It Is almost certain to be. It will bo made an annual fixture. Among those who are said to bo Interested lu the new scheme are the Vonderbtlta. Helmonts, Astors. Hsvemeyera. Uerrys, Duncans, Potters, Hloanes. Carroll!, Morgans, and In fact all social Newport. THE KHEDIVE'S SEW YACHT. A Beautiful Craft tVhleh la Called ,Ioy of the Hea. The Khedive of Egypt has gone In for yacht ing and haa Just received his new and magnifi cent steam yacht Safa-el-Dahr (Joy of tho Sea) from the hands of her builders, Messrs, A. and J. Inglls of Polnthousc, Qlssgow. The Yarnf(ii0 1101 Id In describing her says; "She Is a handsome craft of 700 tons, and 1.100 h. p., rigged as a fore and aft schooner, with taunt pole rooata, spreading a considerable area of canvas. The hull la of steel, the main Jerk of the most perfect qualtyy of yellow pine, without a single knot, shake, or otherhlemtsli in Ita whole surface. The Kliedlve'a private apart ments are forward of the machinery. Ills Hlghnrsa'a bedroom is a spacious one, pan eled in solid oak, containing a roomy 'four poster.' suitable wardrobes, dressing table, rabluettC writing desk, and waabtand, It la upholstered In plush ami brocade. Ad. Joining Is a Urge . bathroom with silver fittings. Opposite to the print Ipal stateroom Is an eiijulsltcllttlo reception room, furnished as a miniature drawing room, with couch, eaov chairs, piano, &c panelled In sycamore, with silver ornaments. In this part of the vessel are four other commodious staterooms, a bathroom, Ac. Abaft Is the dlulng saloon, wholly nttnl 111 oak, with upholstery of mo rocco, and Axmloster carpet nt special tie. sign. Six rooms for the suite occupy the remainder of the available space In tho after port. The Captain's room la on deck, and the officers' and deck hands' forward, while I ha stokers have a comfortable UieaXt entering from the engine room. The irlala were superlu. tended by Hrewster Hy. the Kngllsh seeretar to his Highness; Purvis Hey, engineer, and Caul. AlyBevIbady. A speed of 14,10.1 knots was attained, and the working of the machinery left nothing to bt desired. In connection with the building of Hits yacht, the Khedive has be stowed upon Mr. John Inglls tha runkof Com. uiander of the Imperial order of the Osmanlr," Os the Traals t'ourta. Fischer and Parker came In collltlou sgsln on lbs courts of tho West Side Tennis Club at EUhtyulnlh street and Central Park West, where the hscd'rap tournament for tba new club challenge cup waa con tinued yesterday afternoon. Fischer repealed his vlo TRlStSSSi.hJ w,ttn"le wo,, of three. Mens Wngles-Hrst roiind: F.dwln V. Fischer (own forty) beat W. Gordon Psrger (owe forly),B-4,7-J, Second noanil-Ovledo M. Bostwlck low thlrtx) best Percj Yahleu (half thirty). 7-3. l-aVii. " Mens Uoubles-Ftr-t round: Flwln P. Fischer snd Ovknlo M. Postwlck (owe forty! sgslnst V. C. Collins and II.ConneM ithlrlyi. 19-10. l-S. 3-3, uaniliuiTl a. c ihe .Newiwrt tenuis tourusiueut Is plsxe-i upon turf, but soma of tha Imporlsnt coulels. ss the. 'jaedalouroeT.sre played upon earth courts. 1W sldesNeniirtiurf courts sre In ue at N'srruanvtt Uwgwooif. Heabrlght, Orange, and la fact moat if tba bigger lourne a. .,, tllsaasy Barry Will AeeoMtaadata Caaaors. Ciuctuo. Sept. m-Tba little Onto champions are havings lively wordy Utile lo this vicinity. Word comes from fcprUgScU that Johnny Connors of that place Is anxious lo meet any 1 00-pound boxer on earth for a purso, Jimmy Horry of ihu city preferred The Utter does not believe that Coonors Is sincere, and has made these two propositions to the Sprlngleld "y " Connors elalms he cannot get 9 -'.Boo borkln If ibst Is so. 1 will bet him 9I.9U0 Vi.uV alfft rvareaaouoMe pares si IUU pounds, Velgb In all ha rlog skle. II that does hoc ault klni. lw.ll TJUnLir (toriuaaof Isurwo. J.. J, sgUut him to, tiS7I side, and will trstu hlui kTfShi Coaiors SsitiTiho MnietoodlllOM of weight aiijpar- or toe JXR8BT ttVSSESS AT fHJf XMAPS HeTesi Clwka Coaapet la tka Tsrrwansat jew Brunswick. Nw nnt!awicK. N. J., Sept. --Cr" marksmen from all over tho Stata were In this city to-day to attend the tournament shoot on the grounds of the Brunswick Oun Clnb. Tho occasion was the fall tonrnotnent 0 tho New Jersey Trap Shooters.' League, nnd tho following flubs nro represented I Honthslde Of Newark ,En. dravor of Jersey City, Slaplewood of Staple wood. Union of Bprlngfleld, Climax of Plain field, Strrtte Par of Myrtle Park, and limns wick Club of this city. Tho strong wind Inter fered somewhat with the shooting, but some excellent shots wero made nevertheless. Tho morning was devoted entirely to sweepstako shooting. At .1 o'clock the tournament began. It was tho final shoot of a series of seven held, In which prlres wero offered for the clubs mak. Ing tho highest averages, but Just what the trophies are Is not known, as the Secretary of the League is In Canada, and ho la the only one who knurrs. There Is some dissatisfaction over the result of this shoot, since it Is claimed all of the members did not rccelvo notice. Tho matter will therefore probably be contested, so that tho final results may bechangrdlf theobjcctlnns nl ihmtiiMlln. eluho om nt ert nlntyl. As trie record now stands the Maplewnod (Inn Clnb of Maplewood holds first place. The Sonthsldes of Newark nre second and tho New llrunswlrk (inn Club Is fourth. The seven teams that com peted this afternoon wero composed of flvo men, Karli man shot nt twentv-flto clay birds. The following are the scores! South Shis Oun Club of Newark-Hrentenall, S9 JerTrry.99 HotTmsu, 931 Walters, 90: Whitehead, 99. Union dun Club of Sprlngfletd-McAltman, 93 Rig ler, 1: Dr. Jsekson, 14 fUckley.KJi Jenkins, 99. To- lyrtlol'srkOunClnhof Irvlngton-F.Compton. 1S Dr. Cummlnga, 17 (leorge Howard, 91 ; L, Thomas, 93! I'. 11. Ileiullng. SO. Total, . .... Climax Hun Cluhof Plalntleld-T. Keller. 90; Drand Ingham. 91; D. Terry. 901 Scott, 90; McUlnly, It. Tidal. W. llrunswlrk nun CluhPetttt, S: Sperling, 10 llosglsnd, 13! Stevens. 99; Fisher, in; lotsl, ul. Msptrwoisl Oun (lull of Maplewood Tlllow, 19: Van Iderstlevr, 18: W, N. Drake, 991 Dustlu, 91; War ren Smith, 91. Total, W9. F.ndeavnr dun Club ot Jersey City Oulmby, lot Collins. 93; Llnsley, 17: llertlsge, lot llcl'eake, 10. Total, WO. lereey Cyelera Moving for flood Roads. Tho Department ot Political Action for Good Roads of the New Jersey Division. I. A. W., Is getting actively at work. Chief Consul Holmes has appointed a Committee on the Improvement uf Highways, of which C. It. Zacnarlas of Ashury Park Is Chairman. The committee will hold a meeting In tho main exhibition building of the Inter-Stato Fair at Trenton next Wed nesday. On the 'Wheeling; Circuit. WtMJAKsroRT, Pa., Sept. 90. Luck waa against the Keystone Wheel Club of Wllllamsport In the attempt to run a successful National Circuit meet. Excellent prises wero offered and there was the largest entry list outside of Springfield In class D. All the big "uns, with the exception of Johnson, Charley Murphy, and Titus, went present. Rain fell yesterday and this morning. The sun came out at noon and cinders were placed on Ihe writer pontons of the track. Out rain fell hard as the sixth rare was finished. A dosen good men and true risked life and limb in a dangerous scramble for a valuable diamond In the mile open. Sanger. Tyler, tlllss. Macdonald. Taxis, and others storied. The summsry: Half Mile, Open, etnas H-Roymond Mordonald first, A.I. Drown Kevond, Tom Cooper third. W.F. Murphy fourth. Time. tslBM. One Mile, 9:40. Class A-tlobert Wetr. Wilmington, Del., first: Harrj. E. speaker, Wllllamsport, second; W. K. Updegrafr. Wllllsmsport. tblnl: A. Lester Shef. frr.Hellefonte, Pa., fourth. Time, 9:31. Two Miles. Ilsndlcsp, Class D A. R. Ooohler, Buffalo, 190 yards, first: L. C Johnson, 140 yards, second: Con Rsker. ISO yards, third. Time, 3:90. Uoehlerwoaby 900ysrdo. Quarter-mil Dash, Class A- CD. Jack, Read! tut. first; J. C. Henderson. Lewi-ton. second; 11. It Speaker. Wllllamsport. third. Time. 0:8. One Mile, open, Clsss H Hay Macdonald first, W. C Rsrurrr second, A. Oardner, Chicago, third. Time, Two' Miles. Ilsndlcsp. Class A-Robert Weir. Wll mlngton. 73 yards, nrst; It. K. Speaker, Wllllamsport, 900 yards, second; W. F. CpdegrsO', Wllllamsport, 910 yards, third. Time, 3:41. Tka 'Wheelmen at Detroit. Drraorr, Sept. 20. The Detroit Wheelmen, having sanction for races this week and being unable tocomo to an understanding with tho Btate Fair Asso ciation, held a meeting on tha Detroit Athletic Club quarter-mile track thla afternoon. As has been the rase at all race meetings for two years, tbe attendance was small and tbe club Is out several hundred dollars. The features wer tbe riding of Lougbeed of 8arnla, Porter of Wayne, and Morris of Vsssar. Long heed won the quarter mile from Morris by six Inches, Morris beating him sbout the some In tha half. Summaries! 'Oar Mil;, Novice Frank 8. Wheels woo; IL Taylor, second. Time. 3:0. r ' Uusrter Mile, Open F. !.nugbeed of Sarnla won; If. L. Morris of Vsssar second, John Kc holler third. Time. U:Sr)4-3. Half Mile. Ilsndlcsp Ralph Bomb rg of Fort Huron, SO yards, won: M.Osrrets, SO ysrds, second; T.J.Kos quette. 40 yards, third. Time, 1:19, One Mile, open F. Longhced of Harnto won; H. L. Morris at Vassar second, Thornton Taylor third. Time, 9:49 4-3. Two Mile. Ilsndlcsp-John Schaffer, 100 yards, won; n. F. Ilslley, 1(10 ysrds, second; T. A. Taylor, 60 yards, third. Time, S:uA 1.3. - Hslf Mile. open-H. L. Morris or Vassar won; P. Lougheed of Sarnla second, T. A. Taylor third. Time. 1:90 9-3. Ono Mile. Ilandk-sp-C. 8. Porter of Wayne. 30 yards, won; F. a Wheeler. 100 ysrds, second; II. Tsylor. lno yards, third. Time, 9:97. Two-mile lop Hare F. Lougheed of Sarnla. won: Charles 8. Porter of Wayne, second. Time, 8:47 9 3. Notes of Ike Wheelmen. Tho Fast Orange Cyclers will hold their annual twenty-six mile club rabe to-morrow. Tha atart will tie made at 314 o'clock In tbe arternoon from Central avrnue and llurnett street, west on Central avenue to Harrison street, to Mouth Orsngo areuue. to Munu avenue, to Central aveiiue. to stsrttng point, and re peat six times, a goia meuai win te awarded to tha winner, snii a gold medal to the one making the liest time. There will alio be prises for scvoud. thlnt, fourth, and fiftb. The entries with the hsndlcsps arei K. W. Ketrham and Cooper Kent, s minutes; C. II. Foyle, 4 minutes; II. F.Hsbbagr, 9 minutes; J. M.Otl. moor, I mlnule: CL.Fehon snd W. Mullrr, 414 min utes; F. M. Curwtn, scratch; W. D. Corwtn, i4 min utes; A. H. Iledden. amlnuteaj c. F. French, 10 min utes; L.H. Porter, H minutes: II. M. More. 414 minutes; U. M. Leffrrts, 3 minutes; J. E. Clsrk, a minutes. Jsmes S. Holmes, Jr. of Orsnge, Chief Consul of the Ssw Jersey DlvUkm L. A. WV, yesterday appointed the following committee to nominate oftk-ers ror next year: T. F. Mrrseles. Jersey city, Chslrman; Nell Davies, Kewsrk: Frank I. Fleger. Kost Orange; A. D. King. Iaterson; II. J. Oennng. Morrlstown. Holmes will not be a candidate for rf lecUon, Tho ticket spoken or 1st Robert llentle. President of tha Klltsbeth A. C. Cyclers. Chief Comul; It. It. Cblawell of Psterson.ex.Prrslilent of the Tourist Cycling Club, Vlre-Consul; Ueorga Mlrdock of Newark, bvcretary Treasurer, Tbe Reinerke Howling Club of Brooklyn will enter teams In tho Csrrntbere and Uondrau tournaments. Tbe team fur the Carrutbers tourney wttl tie made ud as follows; k'ruee. W. Meysr. Walter. Ilofker. and Houliach. The following threa membera have bean aelertrd to roll In the Oomlrau tournament: Roche. Dennett, and Islam. The other two men will be select ed Ister. TheoOleersof tbe Kelnecka Club are; Presi dent, Fred Iselsu; Vlre-Presldeut, D. W. Roche; Treas urer ami Secretary. E. Kruse. Tha club's, headquar ters are at the Central Houae alleys. Myrtle and Wash ington avenues. Three nights during the season will be known as ladles' nights. Sroohljju Q&vtxtltmtntt. JT-a-nrkj-j-r jj es.assssst -v sa, a rsi nr-saesswas-asasa-sasfeaS ESTAUUSUKD 1H43. SIX STORES. NEW VOHK BTOrL nrcJd-amllledfoM , . .1 Fulton st. aud Flatbush avJZ Broadway. cor. Slst , AtUntlo and Vermont aveo. aud a and 8d ave. aud 193d stT Oreenpolot . Manluttau aves. We'd give a food deal'if wo could get every man m Now York to in spoct tho Funrisliinrr Goods dis play in tbe windows of our Broad way and 31st street store this week. All tho clerks in the store couldu't wait on those who would buy, Tho next best thing to seeing this display would be for us to describe it, but that Ave enn't do, and, after nil, ' Sweet words butter no parsnips." Tr.at yourself to a night at these windows, and let the goods and prices speak for themselves. That's tho talk that counts. IF YOU WANT TO ItEACH tho RIGnT SOItT OF PEOPLE Call American District Mossongor Bond your Advertising to THE SUN. NO EXTRA CHARGE Jlegsenger knows tho ratea. ZIMMERMAN AT GENEVA, xue cor.n n-EATitvn ror.it ,iaA.rssr THE AMIIIll .1 WH SfEEIl, Aad lie Fnnnd Some l)lftlet.ltr Keenln-j the sad from the Cmi-h Hul-n nidave- -Klmmrwrnllure to Heat the. Oaclnp Track Heeord-A lllnnrr to the (Ireas t'yeUat Hefor-a lie Lett lor llordeang. OCXKVA, 8pt. 10,-I)csiiltn ,o rold wind tlmt rusbed down mm tlio Alps nnd tn-nrly frn7e the marrow of his bones Arthhr A. Xlmmrr man, the American cyclist, (nptureil the rhu-f raco nt the Oencvit raccjcslertJnynficrnnon. To-day ho mfulo hla escnpo from tlirHrti-l of winter weather which recently ntrrtimk thii noted aiimmcr resort rcRlnn, and t,.ft fnr ).. tlcauz, where snow docs not rrt mi tlipmoim. tain tops. For n week the wlilio iioi,i lft, ' been falling noon tho peaks here, and the vis Itora nt Oenevrt nnd other Hls N,orlsliae felt as tlinuRh winter waa upon tin ni. Tlioso wonderful lega of thn Atm-rtrnn rarer havo been tied up with tfio cold, utiUl tlitlrirr rlflo sprint haa been Almost frnrru In n staml. still. " I made a mistake In comlnit here," ni ' Zlm,' referring tohls chnticcaof hrvaVlngil, one-mllo record a week henco nt llonlraut, Tho races nt (lencva, howover, wero n success, 1 In splto of tlio poor track nnd tho frwivnlr. There waa no frigidity In thn reception whirh the 4,000 or (5,000 spectators tendered the Kriat cyclist when ho enmo out to rnce. As hn ara bled alonir tho track in his chnrnctrrlstlc slip, shod fashion to tnko his ploco fur tlio stnrt In was viewed with as much Interest ns would he a Derby fnvorlto. and when ho acooteil home a winner thcro could easily havo been detected chorus of American yells from tlio Inryonmn. bcr of visitors. AHlioush tho competition wns not pi r Urn. lorly keen, Zimmerman found consldcrnliludim culty In Betting enough air to fill his lungs for a long sprint, and tho low tempernturqhiid the effect of giving a numbness to his otherwise, sunplo llmba, until ho found It certainty no piny to win. Ilo got awny as soon nftcr the races ns possible, trusting that ho might And wnrmer weather nt llordcatix. When ho rodo nt llorl deaux.on.Iuly 20, ho was probably In tho ! form he has shown this season, nnd lie hopes to regain his sjiecd by a return to tho aainu warm conditions of temperature. Tho rnce yesterday consisted of hents of 2,000 metres nnd a final or fl.000 metres (.1 1-10 miles). Tlio coniiwtltlon In tho heat was mainly nmilnt Thecstnro Clinmplnn, tlio last year's chnmiilon of Swlt7erlnnd, and Ilozlno, who turns out In U superior to Clinmolon. The rider with tlio si. nlncant tltlo-name createxl a scarn by rush ing forward aa tho bunch noarcd the final turn, and ho led by a length or two Into thn homestretch. Zimmerman delayed his effort as long as possible, but finally went after the (lying Champion, and luuaed him on tho way to the finish. When the final heat was started a pacrmnkrr pulled the other five along nt a swift gait fnr a lap, and then subsided. Tho othcrn took turns at dealing out Irregular speed, possibly with this hope of disconcerting Zlmmnrmnn, although. the contest was not marked by any cihlhlllori of unfair tactics. Zimmerman led around tha last tnrn of the llnal lap, when It could 1h safely firodlctcd that "It waa nil over but tho shout, ng." Ho pulled Ilozlno along nt his rear, Imv. Ing boeo " nailed ' by tho latter aa ho started to snrlnt from tho bunch. " Zlm " ramo dnwu the homestretch Just fast enough to prcrlmln tho possibility of any of his competitors rushing past him. In fact, his paco was fully swift enough to Insure that none of the other men could indulge In any rushing, and thcydldwrll to keep In tho procession. Zimmerman's sura advent nt the tape marked his twenty-fourth victory this season. Ilozlno followed w llhlri a few feet of htm, and Champion vt as deprived of third place by Ktlblor. In tno competition for ono lap of thn track against tho watch, Zimmerman tried thrcn times under adverse circumstances. Ho finally gnvenp trying to beat the existing record of :is seconds. In tho first attempt the tandem team of pacemakers got away too slowly, and In thn second attempt Zimmerman slipped a pedal olng over a corduroy patch In tho track when e was anro of 34 seconds at tho outside. Thn third trial found both the tandem team and Zimmerman fatigued, so that .10 :-& secouds was the beat that could be accomplished. Many Americans at Ocneva paid their com pllmonts to their Illustrious countryman and told hlra they wore proud of his achievements. Last night, at the, Hotel dtt Lac." Zimmerman waa the truest of honor at a dinner arrangod by the officials of the Cyclophilc Uenovolse. Bicycle Rldera Dated la Claaa n. The L.A.W. Racing Board have declared the fol lowing men In Class II for vlolstlon of tho amateur rules: W. J. rtrunner, Kansas Cltyi P. Cobuni. St. Louis: II. Emlse, 8alt Lake Cltyi F. Ferguson, Kansas City: W. aFurmsn, Arlnn. O.t H. Oro'he!I..Ralt loke Cltvi F.IIendrlrk, Washington, Mo.: O. Kasklns. Webb Cliy, Mn.: K. 51. norker oml C. n. Itowsnl. Kansas Cltyi Charles luith. Denver: O. Krhenschlfxt. Kansas City: II. Stelnfeldt. Texas; II. A. hearry. Wallham; ). Trimmer, l'oitsinoutb, (X; C. W. Wlltlson, Louis vllle; Joseph Collier. Iwnver. ' $6.25 per Month for 12 Months, ron jl . CRESCENT, Tlio Wheel of tho Year. $15. CASH, 9.S 1'EIl MONTH FOtt H M05TI1 FOR A. RAMBLER, PHOENIX. VICTOR, LYNOHURSt ANY WIIEKT. YOU WANT OH PBOPOHTIOJAT TEIIMH. AIO, NKW 1KU1 HODKLR. aTJU.Y OUAl" ANTyJOJLOWlOiT CASH MUCWS. IxOrMIATl. 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