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1KH 4 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1890. .
imm GREAT GOLFJJY FOULIS.
Rift! nB Tri J: n'AJV ciiAttrxos-
BBBv .17' SJIIXShVUCK.
Rj XT The Chtengo Men Makes the Hacenfl Xtonnd
Kj (Sj, In Heveatr-foiir Htrokrs, Tying Amateur
-lYblgham'a llt-llllnnt ICecni-d-Knvvllns
Er S7 Finishes Hecond In tbe Tauranment,
Hi ifp- Bhiknecock II ills, Julr IB. -There were
Hi thtrty-tlx players In tha open championship of
tft the Unltod States Uolf Association to-day. The
tt f start was made at 10 o'clock In the morning.
E) y T. A. Havomeyor, H. O. Tallmodge. and James
K EJ Bwan hod charge of the pairing oil of the mon.
rK i& There was again a largo attendance. The
1 'i H $ weather was perfect, but a (Irons wind In the
Ki fit rimmlne- Interfered anmawhat with the drives.
till Tha Qrit to (tart were Douglas and Foulls,
i I v "on ' "horn made Ions drives. T. A. Have-
ijl I (' merer was tho marker. Then came Khlppen
lit I "nl MlL0DonnM, with I.lntlsley Fairfax as
I?l 1 8 icorer. O. E. Warren of Newton Centre
& I 1 more volunteered to play with Harrison.
If ? r Patrick and W. Tucker, with J. Terry as mark
et I er. were tho next couple. Notnblo pairs, who
et ? si were followed by a "gallory" In consequence
fit $ I? ' their reputation as players, were W. Dnnn
s 14 S anil Uoyd. Whlgliem and Wilson, and Davis
! "I 'S nndllawltns. tho olumplon last season. Anions
Nt 'l it the amateurs who acted as markers weroi M.
,!l ip J. Henry of lioMnn. It. T. Perkins. P. 0. Ileaeh.
Is S C. S. Drown. James Shield Mnrphy. Dr. Charles
IKI 11 X Claxlun, II. C. Cliatncld.Tnylor. F. W. Meurlcs.
M& si 0. lAwrcnceCurtls.il. 11. Holllns.
fir t rf Davis topped his ball, but, with this exeep
K$, '"& Sf ' "on' tho drives from the llrst tee were excel.
Kg g lent. Lloyd ployed lilt ball from tho turf with
JWJ w out teelmr It. his lnvarlnblo rule at this tee.
'!! W T'1C ol,'ers. horer. all made tho usual dirt
gje. &, b lee. nrd druo the balls from the cone In tho
& !$ 3' regular style. MacDonald did not keep his
& 'A ?, card In the nflcrnixn. but mado a DO
W; Sf In tho morning. Whlghntn mndo an 82,
S "s S tying with Wilson, who was not able to
v M' repeat tnc good work lio showed In prac-
" itvlf 'tc' Whlghntn won six of tho holes
t. UW and Wilson four. A. W. Smith, the Toronto
ftfli amateur, lio was third In the opnn champion-
fife SS ship lt ear, pl.t) vd llh W. Campbell. Ho
"V owl ' acoretf 7H. one of tho best canN handed In.
& at' ' Cnmpliell Imil been well fancied, but he had
-"V 9P " one nr two poor holes, hlch made his card RS.
B J John Dunn withdrew anil E. A. Wllkle. the
W IsF S Newton Centre Kolfer, who played with him,
t B' C WMdUqiwllflrd.
,ft I doing out, the best card was 30, made by
f: W '-- Douglas, Smith, and Lloyd, each uiklnit 37.
'$' Jl j Kawllns, nho ncnt nut In US, mado the eighth
H fi- 'lo'e 'a two' qm"'1 mado the flfUi In two, and
,SI ji Douglut the third In tho same figures. These
.'g- II V. , were the only holes made In two during tbo
;': B b morning. In each Instance the approach play
-B Mf from thirty or forty yards off the green, rolled
jJ:B 1 straight Into tho cup. It was luck, pure and
jp'B 1' etmplcTret the drives were so long that the ulay-
.f'jm V- era merited the gnoa fortune.
B F 'n tDa " round the best play was put up by
--' H Lloyd'and Dunn. The two are rivals of long
J, 9 t etandlog, for Dunn In the winter has the greens
?R ! at BlaiTlIx and Lloyd Is In charge at Pan, both
I '. towns In the south of France. It was tho second
.(rHjB' time the men had met on these links, for last
( IHi' year. In the professional competition. Dunn Just
if? !;;.- managed to win from Lloyd. It was very pretty
r'gtti'. Bolf.aithoaeh Dunn was rather Irregular, tho
.;5; KXj' card showing four sixes, which were balanced by
i'-jjJC six holes, made In three each. Lloyd played the
;;V Sf steadier golf. Ills worst hole was a Ave, and
JJj while he bod three holes In three each, one the
"; Hj' 350-yard Peconlc hole, his game was not of the
y jBr sky-rocket eort. A calm, easy style was the
Wih characteristic of his golf.
f isti' James Park played with Oscar Bunn, the col-
u4 JB;. ored caddie, as an accommodation. Hhlppen.
'., H the other Shlnnecock caddie, and Bunn played
v '-' good golf. The professional golfers object to
'?' Bl colored boys meeting them on equal terms, and
-f ir U"y ke'J a meeting on Thursday night to pro-
I sWIf test "jalnst " I'hey sent a petition to the of-
H fleers ut tho United States Golf Association, but
" T'' ' "'thing more has been heard of It. Rawlins,
lanl'fr..-,. - pothefunlon. Putted weakly. As it was. his
: Uf score as 70 In the second round. The follow-
J ri.' Ing are some of the best scores made it, the first
'-' III?- round:
?''ljlli ut .1 8 1 3 R S 3 3-3S
I'-fUk T, In 3 0 4 10 8 4-4C 78
ivfif fc Joseph Lloyd
r ? 0l" 4 S S 4 5 4-37
ifHt W lD- 4 5 b 0 C 0 4 tf 3-8V 78
UMl & Horace T. JUwIlnt-
Zamt -i 1" S B 4 4 n s B a 4 -as
uf ? In 4 o o 4 o B 4 o a-4i-70
w- ? Darls-
.1 ii, Out 6 0 4 4 8 B S 3 8-41
-( i in 4 s e a e a 4 u 4 4x ss
JSPf a .-. Smith.
--Hi ' nt s 4 4 4 2 o 5 4 437
'-Hl ) lc 3 4 0 4 s D 4 4 4-41-78
tiWtl T W.Campbell-
lllf V Oat 8 7 4 4 3 5 0 4 7-44
Si if In 4 3 4 4 S 8 4 4 G 11-83
H If 'j, n.J. Whlsham-
X If ! ut S4444S44 0-41
Ji !i J In 5 H 4 4 0 5 4 4 4-41-83
f ' 1 1 .1 R- " Wllson-
l! fr Put n 4 8 4 3 0 7 4 4-41
X ft !' In 04647684 4-41-83
"I II i Oeorgo Poaglas
-5 'It L Put 8 4 3 4 4 S B S 8-B8
' If, In. S 4 & 0 8 0 D 3 4-43-79
S J Y James FoulU-
K It i P1" OS 414838 4-88
ft t ,n 15 4 3 0 11 8-40-78
t' 1 1 K A- Wckelti-
4 M'J 2 P" J 4 3 7 4 B B 4 4-40
W 'If C ,n- 3 4 8 6 5 8 3 4 1-40-80
X 'fj . C. B. MacDonala-
5 J f; Out A 7 4 3 3 8 8 3 l-4
i ;l : In- 1 6 8 0 8 7 6 1 1-46-00
J I John ShlDiwn-
S put 8 4 4 4 8 S 3 5 4-8B
, fr ) I" 1 6 5 5 8 6 3 3 B-HK-79
I Out S 4 3 118 6 1 8-88
SL 'f i ,n 16 116 6 4 4 10-73
fig I , lomoourlcy-
K. :, Put 841444 .1 3 1-38
IS J J I 4 7 16 8 6 8 1 8-11-88
t? "' . '. ItW.Wa)-
IS r' , Put -1 8 8 4 8 8 B 6 1-11
if J . 1 I 3 16 6 5 6 0 1 B-4-e
'f & .I" tho second round Whlgbam outplayed all
f i he profesilonals save Koulls and Kawllns
!j 4- Douglas and W. Turker also played very good
& ')!' The others, hotably Dunn and Lloyd, fell
g ; Sr ofrirom their morniuir rounds. W. Campbell
mp made only two poor boles in the morning, the
'i -I "fond nud the ninth. On these he was bunk-
i rP n.eCm tl'B ,ee'-,a r,ftre thine with him.
' r 3 Campbell seemed to be paralyzed on tha
b A Ppttmir rns and missed eleven one-foot
. S S P"". Fonlls showed golf good enough to win a
, ; championship in any country. Ills soore for the
J ; ; a made by Whlgham. the amateur champion,
P , . fe" Ul" nl' "" marked by long drives, clever op-
i l, proaches, and trne putting. There were four
? threes on the card, and the worst nolo was a
t ' A Ave.
I i ' f .R'TVn' howed 'tylo that made It evident
,, that his v ctpry at hewportwae not a fluke.
J j, Dnnn was In trouble at the seventh hole, which
J ; cost him seven strokes, but otherwise he played
a showy and brilliant game, Wilson made
5 i 4 ome of the best drives of the day, but was not
J , i so good on the short game. When all the cards
' ' 3 S"?.ln. w that the winner was James
,a J oulls of the Chicago Golf Club. He will re!
I ' ff celve a SoO gold medal, 140 n cash, and hlsclnb
l will hold for the year the gold vase presented by
i b Jt''''lahtaleUolfAMoclatlon.iUwIinrrro5
' S the second prize of 10(). Lloyd, who was
ill tWfd. won $50 i Douglas, tb fourth man. ""
5 J aud Bhlppen. the lllth man, $10. A. W. Smith
S, :l I tied wllTDouglas at 1B8." tut of conrsef liS
m fi would not accept any money. The Toronto man
kF IV L" "b'e "d at times a brilliant player. He
S; p ?" "ow ""n Placed two years In succession for
' j,' the open championship.
. ' i 3- James Koulls. the next open champion of
f I v Amerloa, has been in this country for two years
: : K?S"? "f1 .JUh A- XV- 8ml111 " rear for
4 third place In the open championship at New.
' ". Brh ".o 'e"""1 l"e game at Ht. Andrew's, in
.1. i , Scotland, and has the reputation of being one of
i tbo longest drivers In this country.
: I 5 The best cards lu the afternoon round follow i
1 'ssliT Put " 86S116B1 4-10
fi I 1 6 6 6 8 0 6 1 8-40-tO
Mh w- Campbell-
I Mf Out 8 8 11110 1 8-49
to 3 0 0 6 8 10 1 l-l-86
IV', J. Lloyd-
TsVHy, ?u - 5 B 3 1 6 B 8 1 141
HI' ID 5 6 110 6 11 140-81
mUgm'' W. Dunn-
) m 6 6 1 o b 6 1 1 l-lJ-JT
)' a J. Whlgbam
KB Oat. 1 1 8 1 fl 1 8 i 8-88
H jj l 11118661 l-8-77
WBi It. O. Wilson
IE T P"' B 8 1 B 1 8 8 9 1-40
II In 1 B 1 6 6 6 1 1 1-10-80
m ' W. E. Darls-
.' K Put A 6 1 B 1 8 4 8 B-4
Urn, i 16 6 10 4 4 al4l
fl H.T. lUwIlus-
I ,- PUt - i S i 8 9 4-87
1 ! In 6 0 6 14 4 11 8-80-70
m; '.' James foulls
II' I P" 4 B 8 4 4 1 6 3 8-86
mm k I"- 6 4 16 18 1 1-88-71
Wf V Ueorge Pouglss
'I t P" B 13 8 16 8 1 8-80
K J In 16606181 8-40-79
jmJk k. n. w. way
IS ? P01, 3 B 8 1 B B 6 4 B-40
ffl V " 0 4 4 1 6 B 1 4-11-81
i 'r? Rlckstu-
IX "' PJ" i 4 4 8 3 B S 8 B-41
M m,.',., 3 6606 1J.4 1-1-83
Out... T.. 6 14 4 4 4 14 B-80
In. .... 1 6 6 8 6 7 11 0-4S-81
out 6 1 3 1 4 0 A 1 8-8
In .... ..1 16 4 4 8 6 1 1-40-73
Summary o( the championship follows!
ril Second TV
tea. iM. inM.
O.nouelss. prookllne Country Clnb. 7 7U Mn
JanifiJoulKChlrono Uolf Club. 7S 71 101
John Milppen. BMnnecouk Hill In HI IBu
C. It Macbonald. Chlcaan 83 Withdrew.
John lurrlwin. ltl.tirni-ld. Conn VI VI 181
John i'Mrlck.TuKMoOolf Club 88 mi Vi
Willie Tuoer.l. Andrew's.... 74 tn mo
A. W.Bnditi, Tornntn, Canada In ko inn
WIMla Campbell. Myopia Uunt Club. Nt KA 170
Aid. ralrlck.TuieJi 8S M 178
Willis Norton, Lakewooit 87 VK 1MB
I. A. tviikir.Nswton Centre, Mast,.. t)lniu.tllned
V. l-eltrli, Denver. CoL ...81 wltnitrew
James blrlh, Shlnnecock Hill XH Withdrew
Tliomss Warrrnder. Knoilwood.N.T. P7 VII 100
II. v. Way, MendoKlitook H.I hi 164
A. Hleketis. Albaa; Country Club... HO 83 lfl.l
It. Aniliirsnn. Wsthrratk lid 11.1 1H7
Horace Hawllns, Utlca, N. Y 70 76 IS.t
Willie IIstU, Newport HI HI 187
II. J. Whlgham, Ouwtnula H 77 IBU
It. II. Wilson, Bltlnneeock HUH ut 80 18
John Held, I'hlla. Country Cluh H8 M4 17k
II. T, llo.ro. I'hlla. Cricket Club 0 HI 171
J. I. Annrn. Westnrook, L. t, Hi vu 1M)
Tom (lourley. Iialtusrol. N. J.,, 84 VI 178
Joseph l.lnyd, Fssex County, Mass,. 76 HI 167
Willis Dunn. AMmey 78 87 180
W. W. Campbi-11, 1'hlladslphla VI 03 1H1
tleoria Htrsth, llrootlyn... 01 8H 8U
J. N.Jlackrell, Kpx County, Mass... 89 M 1711
8am Tucker, bt Amirow's., K8 Wllhdrrw,
txcarliunn. Shlnnecock mill 89 85 174
The scores by holes of the new champion and
Kawllns, the second man, are:
out n B 1 1 1 S 8 2 1-88
In 0 10 16 8 11 8-10-78
Out ....! B 8 1 1 6 6 8 8-86
In B 6 1 1 0 1 a 1 1-88-71
Out B 6 1 1 8 6 8 4-llS
lu 8 6 1 1 0 B 6 3'1I 11-70
Out 1 0 4 4 8 0 6 4 1-87
lu , 5 6 0 11111 B-BO-70
Orand total IBS
Throughout the week the golf displayed has
been or a high order. Tho play of Whlgham
and Thorp was tho best, but Toler also has
gained laurels. He has, aocordlng to Wilson,
the best swing of all the amateurs, and with
this as the basis of hlsgame he Is bound tooome
ou verr fast In his form. Wilson also said that
both Thorp and Whlgham played as good golf
as many of the best amatenrs In Great Britain.
"Freddie Tait could not have beaten their
game." added Wilson.
1 lint their form was good. Is shown by n com
parison with the cards handed In by the pro
fessionals, for Whlgham's 74 was only equalled
by Fouli . "If wo cuuld play polo-ln ns (rood
form ns we do golf," said C. Albort Stevens,
"wo co'ild send a winning team to Hurling
ham," Taking the best scores made by the profes
sionals, the perfect bogey score would be SI) out
and 33 In. As will bo seen by tho appended
table, these records were mado at tbo different
holes to-day by the players whose names nro In
serted nbovo the holes. When more than one
has made the record It Is stated to havo been
made by several. This bogey Is posrlble, as
ehown, but It is highly Improbable that any
plnyer will ever make It.
The Bogey Out-Made by Way, 1: Several. 4, Hong,
lss. 0; 8eeral. 4; Smith, V; Lloyd, 4; Sareral, 4:
Hawllns, 3: Several, & Total, SV.
The llogey In Made by Several, 8: S-veral. 4;
Whlgham. 1; Beveral, 1 Tucker. It Several, 5; Snip
pen, 3, Douglas, 8: Beveral, 3. Total, 33.
Tho governors of the United States Oolf As
sociation held a special meeting this afternoon
and voted a $200 cup to the Bhlunecook Hills
Golf Club as a testimonial In appreciation of
the fine method In whloh the tournament hnd
been managed. Geo. Barber accepted the gift
In a neat speech. He goes to Scotland next week
to pass the summer at tho home of gnlf.
Last night there was agerman for thegolfersat
the home of II. G. Trevur. Many of the players
left to-day for Meadowbrook, where there Is to
be ooth on amateur and professional competition.
Moxicr.Aiit aot.FEtts my.
They Defeat Nenr IsritniTvtck In n Team
Sfateh by Use Ilnle.
The Montclalr and New Brunswick Golf clubs
played a flve-men-a-slde. elghteen-hole team
match on the links of the New Brunswlok Golf
Club yesterday, which resulted In a victory for
the Montclalr players by one hole. A great
crowd of New Brunswick's swell set saw the
contest, while there were any number of Mont
clalr people there, too. Including any number of
Thero was considerable excitement at the end,
as F. Harrison for the Montclalrs and L.
Morgan for the New Bninswlcks were the last
to piny, and the score stood one up In favor of
Montclalr. At the last hole the score was one
up and one to play. In Mr. Harrison's favor, but
Mr. Morgan, by good golf, beat htm at the hole
and tied his score. Montclalr. however, won
without the aid of Mr. Harrison's score.
A return match, six men a side, will bo played
on the Montclalr links Aug. S3. Summary i
MosTtxim. I stw esonwtcs
A.Bohrowlsr a W. It. Ulll o
J T. Held SlA.Atktnon 0
W. II. Cornell o c. I. StoTenaon H
F. llarrUon 0 I Morran 0
J. D. Freeman 8,W.S.Myers o
Total 0 Total U
Handicap Oolfnt Easdewood.
The beautiful links of the Englewood Golf
Club were thronged with golfers and spectators
yesterday afternoon, when the second handicap
matches for the Walter W. Mackay cups were
played. The competition, which was open to
men and women, brought out a Held of forty
three competitors, and some good scores were
After an exciting contest Malcolm Campbell
won with a net score of 81. He covered the
links In 6H golngoutand RB coming In, nr a gross
score of 117, which, with his handicap of 38,
made him the winner of the second competition
for the cup.
In the contest for the woman's oup Mrs.
Frank Enos won with a net score of 70. She
made a gross score of 00, and hod a handicap of
A number of other good scores were mode,
notably by W. P. Van Antwerp, who covered
the links In B2 going ont and 40 coming In, or a
gross score of 101.
Among the women. Miss Helen Burrltt, the
winner of the lost competition, covered the
nine-bole course In 81.
Goiroa rsttnra Ornii,
An Ideal golfing day brought a large crowd of
players out for the monthly medal handicap on
tho Paterson Club's links yesterday afternoon.
A number uf the club's best players failed to go
round, but several fair scoros were handed In,
Bancroft of New York finished first with a
score of 117, He Is a limit man, and his handl
capof 3U brought him a net total of 81. The
best playing was done by W. O. Scott. Jr.. who
covered the first nine holes In forty-nine, but
drooped olf In bis playing coming In. Tho
scores handed In follow;
n-.m'""';, .... Otom. andran, Air.
William O. Rcolt, Jr 103 18 hi
fjarrr Ferenhnck Ion i v0
lUndall II. 1mli mil km iny
Oarvln Scott 181 bo Joi
John W. Harding 140 Sb pJ
CartFernback mn an JoS
James A. Hutchinson 101 86 117
JohnCMcCoy 107 ua 181
Odda and Snds at Mporta.
Address Secretary Fourth negment A. A., Armory,
To Tits KoiToa or Tint Urn-Mr: During the past
few days I receives! various communications from a.
plrants for the llght-welght championship It is only
fair that all boxers should have a chanco to gain the
title, but In view ,.f the fact that the candidates huvU
challeiiKed me ln body. I am at a I0.1 toknuw who
to ac'ohiinoi nln first, hut nrst come, first neried.
S?klilw5" been myniailm.andir I am succesifu
vlth JlcKeiiTer In Maillsim Nnuare Clarden on Holiday
night I will mako a match with any man my weight
lnLh.". w.1rlu'. honi? passlmlsu hail' nutatl'ined my
r!5ht '?.("?. championship, but as in that I will leavi
the public to Judge. After my contest Itn llcKenver
I will a-o to Michigan to visit my relatives, aud at toon
as cool weather onmes along I will lm prepared to do.
'JPJ!'J'. ehainplontlilp SBalint anybody lu my clasi.
B.OC1CXMC, N. J July ln,ltuo. Ulokik Laviusb
nurlal of Mrs. Kitty Olll.
Kitty GUI, the young woman whose Bohemian
existence In tho Tenderloin was ended by her
death at Bellevue Hospital last Wednesday,
was burled yesterday In Calvary Cemetery.
She had a sad history. It Is said that she fell In
love with a man and so became eitranged
fr,onl...'"r busbnnd, and then had a qunr.
rel with her muthor. The mother was found
dead In her roam, and It was believed that the
daughter killed her. The daughter was a"
quitted ef the charge of murder, however, after
a prolonged trial. '
The funeral expenses yesterday were borne
by an aunt of the decedent. Miss Bridget Guy.
u"1: llJf doien friends of Mrs. Olll accom
panied Miss Uuyton nndJobn Heynolds, the
man with whom Mrs. Gill was in love, to the
Two New X, M. , A. Cluo Houses.
The Young Men's Christian Association of
this city is going to ereot two more new briok
club houses. One of the new buildings, for
whloh James E. Ware of 487 Fifth avenue has
Eerfected plans. Is .to be erected at 168 to 108
oat Llghty-soveuth street, and will he of hrlok.
'?u,r,,,t0J.'f,."n(1 be?ent. William E. Knowles
of 111 llfth avenue has drawn up plans for the
club house to be erected at Vi and 74 West
lJ4tn sliest. This struqture will be three
000 cu" e,t,mated ot 7.-
TIb KBd Hbeet-lroa Workers Hlrlke.
Tin and sheet-Iron workers employed by M.
Fltzslminons. 1U3 Pearl street, struck yesterday
to enforce the union scale of wages. This Is the
first of a series of strikes to beurdered lu a num.
per pf shops In Qrder,to euforce the union scale.
LARCIIMONrS BIG REGATTA
THE CI.VTX OPBXS ITS VTEISK OF
BPottT rriTtt a fish it ace.
Colonist IVIna from the Emerald After
Mharp rltroKale Araorlta Ileal the
Fleet oa Time Allowance Over Forty
Jloata Htart-A Nnmber of Close Flalshes,
The mantle of calms and fogs which has en
veloped tbo Larchraont Yaoht Club this season,
spoiling Itn spring and Fourth of July regattas,
was thrown oft yesterday, and Instead of the
usual acoompanlment of light airs with a cur
tain of mist for a background, the organisation
hal a fair sailing breeze and a smiling summer
sky. There was a largo fleet of racer.s to say
nothing of hundreds of steam and sailing
craft, and as this regatta opened the
Larchmout'a great week of racing the ofilrlals
and members were naturally delighted at the
outcome. There were so many boats, however,
that It was almost Impossible to follow their
movements, and to keep track of the loaders In
the various classes was like trying to watch the
performances in three rings of a circus or dodge
trolley cars In Brooklyn.
The chief Interest of the day naturally cen
tred In the contest between tho Colunla and
Emerald, but " there were others," as the say
ing Is, Inoludlng W, Gould Urokaw'a pretty
Amorlla, with Capt, Hank Halt of Defender
fame on board. The gallant Captain did not
bavo muoh to do, however, as tne Araorlta un
fortunately had no competitor. The big Itamona
and the Atlantlo, built foracupdefender, had a
good race between themselves at tho start, while
the Boston 40-foot fin kssl Carmlta and tho
Norotn battled among the larger stoops. It was
announced Incidentally that the Uvira wonld
try to give eight minutes handloap to the old
10-footer Llrls. Then there were 30-footers,
34-raters. Ul-footers, half-inters, and catboats
galore, Inoludlng the noted Volsung, which
seems to be the fastest cabin cat afloat.
In addition tn the forty odd raoes there was
thensnal accompanying fleet of steam and sail
ing craft, headed by Henry Walters's stately
Nnrada. Others observed were Commodore E.
M. Brown's Hylvla, the flagship of the New
York Yacht Club; R. Buydam Palmer's beau
tiful schooner Yampa, II. M. Kersey's
echooner Wayfarer, John P, Duncan's Kn
nawha, E. t. Morgan's Shearwater, C.
A. Gould's Nolra, Theodore I. Hosteller's
Iluquesne, E. C. Benedict's Oneida, J.
II. Flagler's Alicia. C. O. D. Iselln's
Helvetia, W. Butler Duncan, Jr.'s, Widgeon,
and tho steam yachts Sea Bird, Diana, Tot
nctte, Parthenla, Heva, and Nirvana. Take It
nil In all It was a most satisfactory regatta, for
whllo the wind shifted during the first round It
was not until after the yachts had finished their
windward work, so It probably did not affect
the result to any marked degree.
In tho morning the yachts had a nice little
breeze from the east-northeast, which, while
Mono too strong, gave a good headway to the
boats to cross the lino and sent a little feather
of foam scampering off to leeward as they
passed. Shortly after 1 o'clock the wind
began to drop, and no one seemed to
be surprised, at 1:30 o'clock, when the
wind hauled around and came In from
the south and southwest, enabling the
yachts to make a glorious ending. In fact, the
tlnlhh between the bin schooners, with tholr trn.
mendous inn!ntorttua.st stnyaails, and their huue
brown linen or atlk spinnakers and balloon Jlh
topsails, drawing as If they would pnll their
mosUout of their snuw-wlille hulls, made ous
of the prettiest marlno pictures erer seen on the
The racing tn most of the classes was remark
ably keen and close from start to finish. The
Atlantlo and Itamona raced together without
time allowance, but the latter finished alone.
The Colonla and Emerald had a splendid race
over the entire course, as everv ono expected
they would. The Colonla, apparently. Is now tn
very fino racing trim, tor, after the Emerald led
her over half the course, she not only
made up her time allowance of about
three minutes, but beat the Maxwell bant by 1
minute aud 43 seconds, corrected time, as well.
It was quite a popular win. as the Colonla's
ownor. Vice-Commodore C. E. Poslley. up to
yesterday had met with nothing except defeat
when racing tbe Emerald. The Amorlta.
although sailing alone lu her class, did great
work, and hnd she been allowed to race against
her larger sisters, would have won easily. It Is
thought, on time allowance.
The Llrls, with an clght-mtnnte handicap
from the Uvira. just managed to win by twenty
five seconds, corrected time. F. M. Hoyt's
Norotawon easily from the Carmlta without
the aid of time allowance, whllo the Infanta
captured the honors lnherclass.
The thirty-four raters, Aousbia and Draroon,
sailed a spanking race, tbo latter Just manag
ing to win by elgbtesn seconds.
Among the thirty-footers, the Mai, cleverly
sailed by Larry Huntington, won by tbe nar
row margin of 1 minute and 0 seconds from the
Musme, while tbe Raccoon and Carolina were
close up. The other winners were the Hyale, Vol
sung. Presto, Edna, E. J. Sloat, Starling, Cello,
There was little or no delay at tbe starting line,
and the regatta, as usual, was handled by an
enlclent committee consisting of Johu F. Love
Joy, Ulto hnroney, and II. C. Wlntrlngham. As
the wind was fiom the east-northeast the yachts
were sent over the following courses:
hchoonersHlx miles east three-fourths north,
thence six miles southwest the-clghlhs west,
and north-northwest three miles to the finish,
fifteen miles, sailed over twice, or a total of
thirty miles. Tho Itamona and Atlantic, how
ever, only made one circuit of the triangle.
Classes 4, fi, 0, 7, 8, and special thirty-footers
wentovera smaller triangle. First, four miles
east, tbeuce four miles southwest, and then
three miles north-northwest U the finish, eleven
miles, sailed over twice, or twenty-two miles
Classes 0. 10. 11. IS, IS, 14, IS. 10, and 17.
which included the cabin and open cats and
hnlf-raters, sailed over 5U-mlle triangle. First,
enit two miles, then southwest two miles, and
then north. northwest 1U miles to the finish,
twice around, or a total of eleven miles.
While the wlud was east-northeast It made a
beat, a run. and a reach. After the wind hauled
to the southwest It was a run, a close reach, and
a run for nil classes. Tho preparatory signal
for schooners sounded promptly at 11:30 o'clock,
und at 11:36 o'clock they were timed as they
crossed the line as follows: Itamona. 11:30:04;
Colonla, ll:3il:S7; Emerald, 11:37:82: Amo
rlta and Atlantlo, 11 :,'1H. The Emerald made
the best start, crossing well to windward of me
others, while the Amorlta and Atlantlo were
The larger sloops were started at 1 1 :43 o'clock
and were timed as follows:
Dracoon. ll'48'8ni Acushla, 1l:48.S7t Llrls,
11:44:H; Andaz, lt'44'Utt: t armlla, 11:11:28; In.
fanta, lli41 Oil Uvira. 11 41:14. Cymbra, 11:40:81;
Korota, 11140:00: Coya, ilil:0u.
The smaller boats started In this way:
Pretto, ll:Bll28;Cella, ll!Sl:36 Hyale, 11101:40
nourl, lliSItl., Vuisung. lliSltOli Chippie.
ll:3:06i Dosorls. 11:04:81, K, J Slnat, 11:39.44:
Klhrl. 11:59:04: Uoonee, ll:M:4: Edwins. 11:88:101
Vaiiurro, 11.03:17; tjuantuok. 11:03:47; Htarllng,
11 SS.OOl Wsatel. 11 :.-,: I; Whig, 11:04:11: Edna,
Thon oame the thirty-footers to a rather
straggling one-gun start, at 12:01 o'clock. Tho
Musme wentnwny right with tho whistle. Then
came the Kaccnon. Mai, Carolina, nnd Argo
naut. The half-raters were starlod at 1U:00
n'clook, when they crossed In the following or
der: Paprika. Trilby, and Ideal.
All crusted close hauled on the port tack,
and the majority carried small Jlbtopsalls for
the windward work, whllo the schooners soon
set small malntopmnst staysnlls as well. Tbe
Colonla, In splto of the Emerald's good start,
soon began to work out to wind ward of the Max
well schooner, while the Amorlta mnde a short
hitch to starlward. Her example was followed
by all thu rrst of the fleet except tbe big schoon
ers, which mado a long leg over toward tho Long
Island shore Whllo It was Impossible to time
all the boats at the first mark, the leaders were
unowclolly caught as they rounded ns follows:
Nnrota. 13:80 II; Uvira. 12 86:09 Acushla.
19.111 10s liragnnn, U14014R1 Carmlta. 19i4l:0i
l.lrll. 19 4lllHj Colonla. 19.48M Kmerald, 18 48lU0
Amorlt.1. 19:00 08: Infanta, I9;00IV: Musmn,
19:54 oil; Itaecoon, 19:00; Carolina, 19:07:301 Ual,
It was a run down tho wind now, with
booms cased off tn starboard aud spinnakers to
port. The two-stickers also sported huge
clouds of balloon canvas In the shape of tin
menso ninlntiipsnllktaysallsand balloon llplop.
sails. The Emeruld's canvas seemed to do bet
ter work, and to everyone's surprise she rap
idly oommrnend to overhaul the Colonla. At
1:20 o'ctook the Emerald passed the Colonla,
and It was seen that her large Jlbtnpsall was
doing better work than the Colonla's ballooner.
All were clnte In under the Long Island shore,
where they lust tho breeze, and It took them
some minutes tn round the second mark. After
n few momenta' calm tho wind shifted nom
pletely around and oame lu from tho southwest.
The leaders at the second mark were:
CymMa, 1i97i08: Infanta, l:89i66: Musme. 1:3S:00:
Emerald, 1:U8:3I 1 Colonla, l:R8:10i Carolina. 1:40.08
Mill. Ii4l:l8 Amorlta, 1i49i90; Haeooon, 1:49:87,
It was a reach on the port tack to tho home
mark, the loaders being timed as follows!
Emerald. 9 111:00: Colonla, UilHiOUj Mutme,
9:19:94: Itaecoon. 9:9104 Amorlta. 9:13.09: cym.
lira. 91I61I61 Carolina. 1:90:97: Mai, a:28li7i In
fante, 9:90 OS: Audax, itJl:69 Coya. 8lOai40 Ar
In the mean time a number of tbe yachts fin.
lsbed, their time being as follows 1
Cells. 983:00: Ilourl, 8:48.31 Velsang. SilSiOOi
Ramoua, SiBOilli E. J. bloat, 8:61il; Vaquero.
.69i49 Dosorls, 9:08:01. ' '""'
The yaohts, now that the wind hauled, had
another run to the first mark with spinnakers
set to starboard, and then as the wind hauled a
little more to the south, a close reach to tha
second mark and a run to the finish with spin
nakers set to port. On the way to tbe first
mark In the second round the Colonla
and tbe Emerald had a little JuQng match and
gotwayoutln the middle of the Sound, while
tho Amorlta, steering straight for the mark,
took the lead. She held It only for a moment,
however, as Capu Barr of tho Colonla saw a
little breeze coming In. Luffing sharply under
the Emerald's stern, he caught the first breath
of tbe new wind and passing the Emerald,
which was still In the doldrums, took the lend
It was fully three minutes before tho Maxwell
boat got the breeze, but when she did she fairly
flew after the ex-cup defender. Spinnakers
came In, but everything else was drawing.
Then one of the finest races of the season fol
lowed. The Amorlta, too, was very much In IL
The Colonla won an exciting race by 1 minute
and 13 seconds, corrected time. Summary fol
lows; tCnOO'CIta-CI,AB8 A (riANDIOAT-).
Ktart. Malta. Time. Time.
A'aase. . it s 11. x. s. n. m. s. n. . a.
Itamona.. ,,,11 ao 04 9 60 II 8 11 10 8 11 10
Atlantlo 1188 00 Did not finish.
rmerald..,..! n7 99 B 00 B7 6 (8 SB 6 SI in
Colonla 1186 97 156 30 0 90 03 6 90 08
Amorlta...,. 11 88 00 6 07 86 B 90 90 6 90 80
SLOOPS AMD CUTTirS-CLA88 6 (rujsn DECK)
P.vlra. 11 IB 14 1 IS in 1 89 86 1 68 88
Ltrls. 1114 11 1 50 IB 6 06 01 4 63 01
Norota 1146 60 146 03 fi 00 IB 1 It 80
Carmlta 1144 98 1 49 8U 1 68 01 168 04
Infanta. II 48 01 1 68 C 6 07 OS 6 08 11
Coya 1148 00 6 01.17 BIB 87 6 lilt!
Cymbra.. ,,.11 IB 31 1 6 30 6 07 U5 6 07 '0
! CLAP H-SPECIAI, 94-rntlT CI.ABR.
Dragoon.... 1 1 13 91 4 5193 6 08 ns DOinl
Aousbia, 1143 97 4 0100 3 (18 91 0 08 93
BI'ECIAI, Cf.ARS KOH YAW I..
AUdax 1144 89 4 08 01 0 14 94 6 14 90
Musme 19 8108 4 0184 4 60 91 4 SO 84
Mai.. 19 0100 4 00 16 4 40 IS 4 41113
Carolina. ...13 U1 00 4.19!K1 4 .11 83 4 6183
Argonaut ,,.19 01 00 1 00 87 4 64 3 4 64 n?
lUoooou.,.,19 01 00 169 83 16193 16190
8nanmck,H OS 47 8 09 81 8 08 41 8 68 44
yale ,116146 8 1139 3 17 02 0 til 111
Voliung 11 01 61 8 41 00 8 61 06
Oconee i nniit Hid not finish.
Doaurls 1168 84 9 00 01 8 0117
Weasel...... 11 B4 01 3 OB 87 I 81 86 1 81 86
Pretto 110198 8 10 17 8 87 31 3 8190
Ethel 11 09 61 .8 61 98 8 03 88 3 It 9.1
Edna 11.14 12 3 ,Ti 01 8 44 18 8 1113
l-dwlno. .,1168 111 Hid nut finish.
Zellca. ..II68 0U 8.18 60 3 06.10 8 60 50
Starling 1158 60 8.13 11 1 01 tl 10191
Chippie 1163 01 DM not finish.
Wr.li II 61 11 Hid not nnlth.
E.Z. Bloat. .11 09 44 8 0110 9 68 85 88 88
Oils 116188 8 33 03 9 49 90 9 1190
Vaquero... 11 03 17 8 68 42 8 603 9 00 90
llourl 11.1140 9 49 81 8 00 49 9 60 19
CLASS 17 16-roOTElts.
Trilby 19 00 30 Did not finish.
Paprika 18 06 80 3 33 46 8 10 18 8 10 46
Idral 19 06 00 4 02 93 8 66 93 9 66 83
A Clever Win Tor (he Allsa.
Bahoor, Ireland, July 18. This was the sec
ond day of the Itoyal Ulster Yacht Club's
regatta. The course for the big cutters was the
same as that sailed over yesterday, from off the
battery off Bangor, round flagboats off Carrlck
fcrgus Castle, Blackhead, and the Bouth
Brlggs, and back to the starting line, three
times round. Tho time allowance was that of
tbe Yacht Racing Association for a fifty. mile
course. The first prize was the Hear Commo-
' dore's Cup. value 80, with 12S added by the
club; second prize i'lft. The match was open
to all j achts over V.'0-rnling.
The wind was larlnble, at times dropping
away to calms. The race was unntcrcstlng.
save for the fact that Emperor William's yacht
Meteor was defeated. The Alla crossed the
finishing line forty minutes ahead of the Ger
man boat. The rtataulla and CAress gave up the
racoon account of the absence of wind.
In tbe rnco for the twenty-raters the Ameri
can boat Nlngnra fouled The Saint at tho start
and then withdrew. '1 he Saint sailed over the
course alone and took the prize,
Tbo xTnir-rater Xlrosvale tTlas the New
Jersey A, C.'a Heeoad Ittsee,
A new batf.rater, owned by Barnoel Drown of Pay.
oane, captured the New jersey A- C's second raoo of
the season for the Capt. Joe Ellsworth Oup yesterday
afternoon, owing tn the bandkap. The boat It the
Drownle, with a sailing measuremeLt of 10 feet 9
Inches, bhe was bandied by her owner, and fouled
tbestakeooat on mazing the second lap to prevent
being eut In two by Commodore T. J. Parker's Tlsche.
There bas been no protest (lied. The Iroquois, owned
by William W. Oennett ana sal lid by 1". Bradford
Wllraerding. nnlthed flrtt, although the started last.
The course was ten miles, bummary:
rncAI. Mart. Inftn. lime. Ttmr.
H M. Tl m s. II. . H. II. m s
Iroquol 3 U.I 4 17 88 1 19 Hi 1 44 0
Drift :t 03 4 si :." iiih 2s i 4 17
Doctor 305 4 83 4H 1 HI l una
llrownle 8 00 4 84.03 1 10 01 n 21
Tlsche h 01 4.91. 13 I 16 13 1 41 '4
Chips u 0.1 4:84. 8J 1 10 2) 1 JO u
1sn Boy 8 03 III 49 1 14:4.1 1 -it 91
Volage ..3:03 1 96.84 1 91 31
Tbe Thirty. footens Ttivre nt Newport.
?trwroT. July IK In the rncesfor thcHO-foou-rt to
day the wind was light from the southnft andthecon
tett was therefore not specially Irtterestln The old
course of sixteen miles, from llreraon's Cove to and
around Dyer's Island tinny and retuiu was sailed, and I
under Iho conditions It was a fre sail out and a heat
back. The Esperausa. vthlcn lliree (lines ticfure had
tieen second, was Handled by Capt. t rocker and won
the race, leading rrom tbe stsru Thtf tune wat ut
Slnrt. Hnlth. rime.
.Vome. Otrnr, n. m. s n, m ilk. r.
EsHrania .A. Van w inkle. 9 93 oil 4 ftw in 8 3t 18
uero II IL K Duryta 9 33 uo 5 iji .M 9 3d 85
Hern H. N. E1IU 9 93 OU 6 111 47 2 htl 47
Asabl bayard Thaytr. 9 93 00 6 00 U7 a 41 07
llorseaboa Ilarbor Carnival,
All othsr aquatlo carnivals of the Horseadioe
Ilarbor Yacht Club were eclipsed by the ono bald
yesterday afternoon oft 1'osoJa Pulnt, near Laron
munt. All the women In that Interesting colnny seemed
to bavo found points of vantago on the grass and
rocks beneath tho trees, and their summer gowns
and parasols of various hues mado tbe shore scene
a brilliant nno.
Afloat a young fleet of launches and catboats
oarrled moro spectator. Tne sports vrer well
managed by Messrs. ballsy, Moore, Lockets, and
Oanbert, The summary of ovents roliowt:
Men's Rowing Itace, One Mile with a Turn; Two
lien and a Coxswain In Each Iloai Won by 8. H,
Greene and John Urayton, vtttb Louts Bounce as
ooxswaln. T1,ue, 10 minutes 30 soconds.
Hoys' Ilovilng llaoe of 80O Yards Won by
Greene and Oraytou, with F. K, Proctor, coxswain.
Time, 9 jiinutes.
burlesque I-adles Rowing Race Won by Bootl
and Sanger, with Hall as coxsnaln.
Heventy flvo-ynrd Uwlmmliig Itace, Thirteen
etarters Won by E. Y. Ensign, Morton I). Blelio
second. Time, 84 seconds.
Youths' Hwlminlng Race of 00 Yards, Three
Rfartert Won by A, Y. Barony, Hut lex Whiting
second. Time, 44 second.
Tilting Tournament, Twenty.foar Starters Final
heat won by "harlet JI, biiiltb, Edward II. Tatum
Water flora Race, Twenty-seven Entrlos Won
by Lewis (I. Sixiucii.
Tub lloce bohuyler F. Greene, winner.
A. Mew Iteeorsl oa a Triplet Aft-aloet Time.
Dxthoit, July 18. Tommte Cooper aeoedad to
the urgent requosts of friends In Detroit, his nv
live city, and started In the mile open at the De
troit Wheelmen's national meet to-day on the
Windsor track. Cooper bad refuted to enter, hav.
Ing, with Banger, been ndvetltnl wben neither
bad entered. Cooper played with hit field In the
first bout, and paid was defeated by Bohreln of
Toledo In the second heat. Zlegler was third In
tbo first heat. Wluesett paced the final.
Raid and Coopor cleared themselves from tbo
bunob of eight ou eighth from bomo. Tho struggle
was a bard one, Ooopur opening up two lengths on
Raid tn tbe last one hundred yardt. Kimble of
liOUlsvllle followed Coopor as the gsp opened and,
making a final finishing Jump lapped tha Detroit
man's wheal as the tape wat crossed, bald was
an open length back and Hchrnln defeated Zlegler
for fourth place by a narrow margin. The sum
mary! O'Connor, Wlnosett, and Itause, n.llo triplets
agatnst time, 1:60. World's nnpaccd record.
Mils Open, I'rofestlonal Cooper non, Kimball
seoond, Raid third. Time, 2:10 U 6.
Mile Handicap, Prof i lilonnl Harry Clark, Den.
ver, 100 yards, woni L. C. Johnton, 100 yards,
s-oondi C, D. Wilson, Detroit, 180 yards, thlrdt
Ucrnhardt, 130 yards, fourth. Time, 4:2J 8 0,
Arcanum Wheelmen Itace. a
Tbe races of tbe Arcanum Wheelmen of Jsraey
City Heights were held yesterday afternoon over
tbe Greenville seotion of tbe Hudson County Boule
vard, The finish of each race wat olose. Sum
mary! Half-mile Race, Bccatoh Won by James Jasper,
Walter Rooms ssoond. A. J, Walker third. Time,
1 minute 80 ssoonds,
Ono-mUo lUoe.lIsndlcap Won by Charles J,
RIrd, 10 yardsi Walter Rooms, scratch, seoondi
Harry 81. John, SB yardt, third. Time, 8 minutes
US ll-S seconds. ...
Two-mile Race, Ilandleap Won by Charles n,
Appley, 80 yard 1 1 Walter Rooms, soratch, second
Charles bird, 90 yards, third. Tlnis, 6 minutes
1 80 seoondi.
five-mile Race, Ilandleap Won by Harry Wei.
ter, 16 seoondti II. WloterholteD, 1 inlnute, seo
ondi Frederick Miller, 1 minute IS stmondt, third
James Lfodeone, l mtnute 16 seoonds, fourth)
John Harrison, 80 seconds, fifth. Time, 18 mln.
utes It seconds. .
Two-mile Tandem, Scratch Won by Charles
Bird and Cbarlss Appley, James Jasper and WI1.
lam Darmtr ssuOad, 0. eelps and John livlsgston
third. Tuns, o mUiuUi 14 Mconda,
rArottiTEs axi Fini.iritn siiAtttt
THE llOXOttS AIIOVT EQVAI.I.T.
Hue Kittle Wins the Handicap, llefentlnK
Charade nnd Mirage In n Itntlltniz Fin
leh-Itoyat It,, nt lO tn 1, In Front.
Favorites and fielders divided the honors
about equally yestorday at Aqueduct, tho play
ers profiting by the victories ot Hue kittle, Za
none, and Flames, whllo the layers of odds got
all tho money bet on the favorites when Salalre,
Itoyal II., and Bunny Blopo squeezed home first.
The attendance was tho largest ever known at
Aqueduct, more thnn 4,000 persons turning out
to see tho sport; the weather was nelUnlgh per
fection, and the fast time mndo In two or three
ot tho events Indicates tho condition oi the
Tho half-mile dash which Introduced tho
day's sport developed ono of the speediest two-year-olds
of tho meeting and Incidentally
treated the spectators to a grand-stand finish.
Full Speed closed a red-hot rnvorite In tho
heavy betting on this race his uniformly good
recent performances sending him to the post nt
odds on, notwithstanding the fact that ho drew
the disadvantageous nutsldo position for tho
start on tho sharp upper turn, ("'lever work ut
the Post nnd n hard drive the moment the flag
fell enabled Dngeott to keep tho favorite
within easy striking distance of tho pacemaker.
Miss Bramble, In the run round the turn to the
head of the homestretch. A furlong from home
Full -Spued had Miss Bramble bintnn, showing
ellglttly In front, but lloggctt was seen to be
riding In earnest, while the 7 to 1 outsider, Sa
lalre, with Clayton up, was coming through
tbo ruck with n ruth. Tho strong, nell-sus-talned
finish ot the rnlvator (lily, aided not
n little by Clayton's clever rldo. carried her
to the front in the last few strides, and she won
a rattling race by the best part of a length In
the fast time of0:4Ul. Full Spend weakened
nt the end nnd barely missed losing the place to
tho game filly Edna I)., by I'rlnce Itoyal. well
ridden by Hewitt. Jockey (Inrdlner. 'hu had
the mount on Miss Bramble nnd caused some
trouble at the post, was lined f'-'i fur tailing to
obey Starter Flynn.
Another close finish resulted In the second
race. I.uiubciit nud Itoyal II, fighting It out
heads apart for halt a furlong ur more nt tbe
end of the mile, 'lho plnrets pUked Allen I,.
imil Van Itruntto carry tholr ninnry in this race,
both horses going to the post well bncked, with
the latter a slight favorite. Tnkadei made thu
running as far an the half, wlirro Tower moved
Lambent from second placu Into tho lead. Indu
ing a Blight advantage almost to the finish line.
Inside the last furlong Hoyal II. , a lU-lo-1
outsider that had been quite overlooked In the
betting, challenged tho leader, llenitl having
kept the horse well placed from the start, and a
neat contest onsued. Doth runners weakouod
toward the end, und (inrrlgan's hustling ride
with Hoyal II. turned the UiIh In his favor by a
neck at the post. Towers making a we.tk finish
with Lambent. Van Brunt, the favorite, landed
third, two lengths nuuy from the contending
leaders. Allen I,, was novor prominent niter
the flag fell, and he was hopelessly beaten be
fore reaching the half.
Tbe third race, a selling affair at six furlongs,
was an easy thlug for Zunnne. who wont to the
post tho hottest favorite of the week, and won
from start to finish in a big gallop, doing the
distance In 1:16. C. T. Havener's bay filly
Hello Washington acted Hku a Ut subject for an
equine Insane asylum at Che po?t In this race,
breaking away repeatedly and running a fur
long or more each time before Powers oould
pull her up. Soon after the race the stewards
announced that her entry oald hereafter be re
fused at tho Aqueduct meetliur.
Sue Kittle, In the handicap at a mile and a
furlong, scored another victory for the wise
men who try to plok the winners, but her tri
umph was not the easy one expected by those
who backed ber nt !) to 10 agaltisl Charndu and
Mirage. The latter, with Duggttt up. ran n sur
prisingly good race, and eodtd Charade, the sec
ond choloe. It was anybody's money when the
trio squared away at the bead of the stretch on
almost een terms, and it was all that U'Leary
could do tn land the favorite a I sock ahead ot
Charade at tbe end, while Mlragis was outrun
ning them both as thes flashed pnst the post In
a bunch. The winner's time was the fastest of
tbn week for the distance.
A round dozen fractious two-ytnr-olds de
layed tbe start a full hour In the- fifth race.
One of the youngsters that let flv with his heels
landed a vicious kick on ClnytoiiV foot, tbe
rorce of the blow shattering his Bttrrup. The
start, when made, was somewhat struggling.
Bicycle Girl, on the rail position, tactt Ing off
well In fiont and Miuwing the way lu
the stretch. Maud Adams, thu favorite,
and Sunny Slope, lho second choice,
were both well placed- from tho start,
and thry headed I)oi:gett'i mount nun e
thnn a furlong from home. .Maud Adams gate
It tinbadly. however.and SunnySlopo hail clear
sailing In tho Inst furlong, winning by about a
length from Our .lohuny, who finished In raco
horse fashion. Flames, the hot favorite, won
tbe sixth race In n gallop. Satanella looked an
i-nsy winner to tho three-quarter post, but was
poorly ridden aud finished tuird. Summary:
For two J ear o'ds: selling, amrse 300.of which 8233
to nrl $.u to s-s-oud, and $v5 to trurd: half a mile.
t-i'tnA'uui Mai le s eh f Nilftlre, by Salrator-Soao-
dnt 1 17 K. ClaMon) .... 1
k-n-too Mimic's hr c. Full hieel. 108 (T'ogrett) ... 9
Mitchell & Lambert's ch. f Edna D. 100 (llenlit).,.. H
Ms liranihte. Favo. Second Chanoe. Sandal. Flash
V , and llounle klolt-. alio rin.
Time. 0 4IU.
PettlltK Ftvo to 9 on Full Speed. 7 to 1 against Sa
lalre, in to 1 Fdna ll. 10 to 1 Mist Uramblc. 10 to I
Ka,o. 90 to 1 Sisond chance. v'Olo 1 llonnle Flolse. 40
to 1 c-andal, 40 to 1 Flesh V
For t h re-j ear old sand upw nrd. a-MIIng: purse 1300,
of which I9.'5 to first, 450 to second, and $35 to thin:
I! Mi'llrlde's h. c ltoynl II 'I. by Itoral Exchange
TiicMiruip, 101 (warrlnani I
M t'lanc) A t'o.'s hr f. Lambent. 3, 01 iPou-art). ... 9
K Regan's h h. Van Rriiiu. 4. I'M (I'Ltary
Allen I. . Honolulu, and loLadcn alto ran.
Time. 1 431.J.
Uettlnir Eight to 0 aualnst iui Drum. 3 to 2 Allen
I., 4 to 1 l-ami'i'nt, 10 to 1 Rojal II , in to 1 Honolulu,
5u to 1 lokadee.
For three-year-olds, selling, porta S450. of which
Hi!.', to nrst, 'i lu second, und 9.'i to third, Hi fnr
louxs. llninllton Htahle'sbr. g, Zannne, by black Dean
Arrowgrass, 104 (tlardlnen 1
James Mel aughtln't ch. g. I'remlur, 97 (T Sloans).. 9
y. s 1'. Randoluli tch. g. Martian, U4 (Illrteh) 8
Thu Druid nnd belle V, athington also ran.
Time. 1 13.
Retting Teu to 3 on 7anone, 4 to 1 against Premier,
90 to 1 each itella Waittingtun, Martian, and The
For thrse-( ear olds and upwsrd: handicap: ports
800. of which f 130 to first, vloo to second, and50to
third, one mile aud a furlong.
K. steeds's K f Nue Kittle, 4, by Rsrebln-Kathlesn,
Kl4 (O'l-ary) 1
RclWood Stable's U Ik Charade, aged. 119 (billiard).. 9
Harlem Stable's b. h. Mirage. 4, 109 (Doggi-lt . ...8
Retting Ten to 0 ou hue Kittle, 8 to 5 against Cha
rade, -0 to 1 Mlra(e.
For pwo-yenr old maidens purse 80n, of whleh
199.1 to tlrn. 3U to ti-cond. and J3 to third, tlvu (ur-
Jera Duttn's ch. f. Buuny Hlopc, by Tther Meta
(Hill)...-. .. ... 1
J. A. sykcB'Ach. c. our Johnny. 1U tLev.l .... 9
Eagle bUlill't h. c. Hobble W 1 1'.'. cM. I1,tp-i'U) .. . 3
Om, Clianer, Maud Adams. alerlana. Ciillihep, Ixich
tllju, Iflcyclt Olrl, Tempestuous, nud JouCutley alto
Time, I OHsl
Ili'ttlngTwo to 1 against Maud Adims, 4 to 1
Sunny Mope, 4 ti, 1 Our Johnny, 3 to 1 1 . mpestuout,
in ml V on i lam,. 10 to 1 liloclo tilrl, 19 to 1 one
('haiicu, 1-1 to I RiHilile W., 16 to 1 Vlueenllu, ,10 to 1
Calllbee, 30 to 1 Loch Oi) n. 30 to 1 Joe. Cutley.
For three.vesr-oMs and upward: maidens; purse
f :Uo. of which SW5 to nnu, S30 to ticuml, and (3 to
third: one mile.
1' H. r, Randolph's b. g. Flainet, 3, by Handt Off
Hri'wnrkt, wi illlrsi'hl 1
F. C. O'llellly's b. f. Oonni'iiiiMigh, 3. HI (INiwi-rsI 9
0. Htonebrldge's b, tn, Uatauetla, aged, 103 is-tone-
rldgm .. , 8
Tombola and Sultan IL also ran.
Retting Five to Sou 1 lames, 6 tn 9 attains! Conne
nauirli, 8 to 1 Bultan IL, IV tt 1 hatanella, 10 to 1
Winners nt l.akratdr,
Cnicaoo. July 18,Over 6,000 neonls attended the
Lakeside reus to-day detpltu the unpleasant weather.
Ihe steady downpour ot ralu put the track In a heavy
and sloppy oondttlun. w blch made It favusuble for thn
mudlarks. The talent dropped Inrlrhton the rmir
winning favorites, and did not overlook Doakstadsr
and bunny, the wluhlng third choice .pints. 1hi
trauk onirlalt do not anticipate any trouble from the
Indiana authorities, aud tiellevu (he) will be per
mitted to flultb the season as per sohoduls. bum-
Hrst Race Three-quarters of a mile. Msry I. 90
(Magnuioii), 7 to 9, woni Ida Wagner, 9B (D, Davit),
0 lo I, second: Molllu King, Ut (W, Jones), a to 1,
third. Time. Iil7. . .
becond Race -Three-quarters of a mile. Blegfrled,
113 (Cleary). 8 to 9, won: Hrown Olrl. US (D. Davis),
btol, si-iond: Thomas Tayne, 01 (I'. Clay), 9 to I,
third. Time, li IV. . ...
third Race Three-iinsrtersnf a mile. Tbe Kitten.
109 (Ubodeu), 9 to 1, won: Lthelleah, 98 (Dorseyj, U
lo I, seconds lupler, 114 (W.Jouet), 3 to 1, mild.
lourtb Race Flfteen-tlxteentht of a mile. Dock
stader, 90 (Magnutoni. 1 tn I, woni Mklla. 99 (I',
Cmy), 7 to 6, seoondi King Dors, 89 (Donaldson), 8 to
1, llilrd. Time, H38.
Fifth Race One mile and a sixteenth. Sunny, 99
ID. Davis), 18 to 5. woni Lanrdou, 97 (W. Jonet). t to
1. second! Redskin, 110 (L-:oden), tl lot, third.
Sixth Race- Reven-elfhthsof a mile. Jngomar, 100
ID. Davis), a to 8. woni Jennie June, 108 (hherlaud),
5 to I, secondj John Ulokey 108 (Uverett), lu to I,
third. Time, 1.81,
Road JXaeea of tbe Bnet Ornna Jlnmblere.
Ouiat, July 18, Two Interesting road raoes
were held over the Central avenue oourss In But
Orange this afternoon by tbe East Orange Ramblers.
Tha races were two and fire mllo handicaps, and
there was a good number of entries aud some in
teresting fiuuhc In both events, which were
watchod by crowds all along the course. The re.
suits of tbe races were as follows!
Two-mile Handicap Won by J. Mills, 90 seo.
oudsi IL Underbill, 86 seconds, ssooudi O, IL
Mitchell, scratch, third, lime, 0 minutes. ;
rive-mlle ilandleap (Yon by . Mills, 10 seo
ondti L. O. Vebon, 30 seconds, second I O. ii.
Mltobell, 10 ssoonds, tthird. Time, 18 minutes H
'.' '.i"" ' .
Harrow fjchool ilefenta the nnverfbrd
HAnitow, Knglnntl. July 18,-The Haverford
College team played the crack Public School
team of England hero to-day. and tho young
Americans sustained the severest defeat they
bau experienced on the tour so far. Ihescoro:
iiivraroRO cou ear.
rf nnfnifs, Second fnnlnfft.
D. II, Adams, run out 8 c. Vlbart, b. Dow.
A. n. Mimin, I. b. w b. Dow- . . .
son .. 10 c. Matthews. b.
J. A.Iiter,K Wyld 98 not out
O II. Howsnn. h. vihirl 96 b. viiiart. J
T. Wlitsr, b. Wvld ;o b. Vlbart. 1
C. R. Illnrhinau. b. Donsnn... u b.Mbarl
J. II. ScatterKOOiLli. Vlbart... 8 b, Dow son O
A. M. Collins, b Vlbart 1 b. lion ton
A C Thomas, c. Mbart, h.
Dowson .. . 0 I. Ik w b. Vlbsrt. 0
K II. Wood, not out ..,,,, 0 c. and b. Mlisru.. 0
A. tl. Scattertood, c. Wyld. b. .
Dowson 0 b. Vlbsrl..... 0
Bye 1 I1JB
Tolsl 81 Total 83
6 lunr.ow acnoot.
S. T. Haw. c. Wlitsr, b, Hlnchmnn 6
T. o.n. Cole, b lllnchinan 0
ILK Mntthent. runouL , sa
It. F. Vlbart, b. Letter 1
A Robertton, not out , 9
1". Stlldd, not out 10
Legbyes , 6
Total (declared) S30
Another Victory for the Itelmont V. C.
The llelmont C, C. of I'hllidelphln p ayed Its third
and last gamo hern yesterdny and placed another
victory lo Its credit by dcrrnilng Ststen Islant at
Livingston by ISA runs. J. n King was again In
great form with the ball ror tho winners, nnd was
well backed up by J W. Mulr. while A. M. Wood
showed some ul his old time rorm In a fins hard-bit
Innings of no. Tho score:
. . . lULkOVT C. C STATUS 1SLASO C, a
J. 11 Klng.o. Patterson, A K 1'atlerton, c. Mil-
b. Lohnisn 48 ler b Klhg ,. 7
Pacey.n Pool o F.I, Short, c. Miller, b.
A.M Woo I, b. Pool.. HOI Mulr. 0
E. Matthew t.rnn out. 0 It F. Rnkehy. b Mnlr.. 27
J. W. Miller. b. Jackson. SIIII.N lownsend.b Mulr. b
Dr II. IliurtU. b. Jsok- I oNnmn. b. King 3
on n I . H. Pool, li. hiiii .. 4
F. Morgan, b. l-nhtnsn 14 II L. Jneksnn. b. King. 0
I, D Miller, b Jewett,. U N, 8 Walker, Jr., b.
t. R 1 atson. b. Pool 0 King 1
W. U. Hughes, e. K II. W K. Jewett, not out.. 6
f.'',h,JeMtt ll M. Norman, b. King.... 11
( . I. HTeagloy.notout. ti.J. I pool, c. llrown,
Extras 10 li. King 9
. , Exir.it 9
I Total 78
Aiiatritllnne Defent All Tnclnnd nt tbe
Lon-dox, July 18. In the orlcket match be
tween tbo Australian and All England teams,
which was begun at Manchester on Thursday,
the Englishmen finished their second Inning lo
Uay 1th n soore of :i()5 runs. In their first Inn
Ing they scored T.M runs, making a grand total
of p-Nl- Thu Australians scored 418 runs In
their first Inning. In their second Inning they
collected enough runs to win by three wickets.
The Rermuda and Yorkvllle teams played a good
gamo at Central rark yesterday, and tbe former
gained a slctory by 68 to 98.
The Crescent A. C. played thetr first league
game on their home wicket at Day nidge andfeU
easy victims to the Manhattan A. 0. by 176 to 68.
In the association game at Central Pork between
Columbia and St. Oeorge's A. C, A. F. Harding
tank five wickets for three reus and the Oolumblas
gained an easy victory by 68 to 15.
Therewaa a great battle In tho championship
series of the Now Vork Cricket Association yester
day at Prospect Park, where the champion Pater
son team, with an unbeaten record of two years,
fell victims to the Manhattan second eleven by 88
The Kearny C. C. rolled up a big score at Cen
tral Park against tbe St. Oeorge's second eleven.
L. Hrlerly and It. Torrence both played to fine
rorm for the winners and it, o. Redmond did the
Lett work for the St. Oeorge's, but bit aide was de
feated by 103 to 24,
The Bridgeport cluh visited New Tork yesterday
?- .'',. P"' ,,D T"f Sd lima for .he New
lorkC. C. at Central Park, and defeated them by
78 toflO. S. Fox wat In great rorm "itn the wtf.
low-for the Connecticut men, while E. A. Bkyno
and E. A. Smith did the Lett work for New York.
Tbe Carlhbonu c. C. pla)ed a fnll two-Innings
game at Central Park agalntt the Amerlous A. A.
of Hoboken and gnined a victor) by 43 runs. Low
scoring predominate t un both sides, but N. F. II.
Ounthorpe and J. Farler contributed 19 and 11
respectively In the Caribbean se-ond Innings. The
score: Caribbean, 101; Amerloui, 08.
The Brooklyn nnd New Jt rsey second eleven had
a great game at j'rosppet Park yesterday, ana the
home team won, after a very exciting Bnlsh, tn the
last over of the match, by 197 to 114. T Clarke
contributed n hnnl hit Innings of 40 toward tbe
New-Jersey total, while C. 11. Young was In great
form for Rrookl)u and made half a century.
Harlem sustained another association defeat, tbe
Kings County St. Oeorge club bratlnr them handily
at Prospect Park by 193 to 7. c. x. Toddingt
and A. Farntworth contributed raott toward this
result with a great stand for the eighth wicket,
each contributing 80. For Harlem. 8. B.' Stand,
rast played a very good Innings or 40, but the re
mainder of tbe batting was very weak.
Ureal ta nt santonin.
LiTosiA. July IH. To-day's racing was of the hL-h
class order, although the talent were In mourning
and the books In clover. The surprise of the day was
the winning of First Mate In the Hlmyar Stakes, tha
colt leading from sun to nnlsh. Attendance large I
weather clear: track fast. Summaries:
Firtt Race-Six furlongs. Allegra, no (Perkins), 0
to 3. won; St. Helena, lis (rowisr), a to 1. tevood:
White Oar. 119 (Ray). 8 to 1. third. Tlme.l:iB4.
hecond luce-One ml'e. AuuaOarth, Ml (B. Blevlnal.
stiil. won: Hotspur, lot (ScherrerL 19 to 1, second:
JapoDlca. OS (piiper). (1 lo 1. third. Time. 1:43.
Tnlrd Itaco- O'io unl one eighth miles. Captive.
100 (Martin). H to 1. won; llowerd Mann. 91 (I)upee),
4 to 1. second, Lobengula, 110 (Thurpe), 8 to 6, tulrd.
Time. 1 53k
lourth ltace-Onn and one-eighth mlletj tha
Hluuar Staksa Pint Mate, 198 (Martin), 9M to I,
wun: Rainlro. 129 iThorpe). 3 tn 1, second: Lokt.llf
(Ray). 4 ton, (hint. Time, 1 64H-
Hftn Race live aud one-half furlongs. Irby B.,
103 iC. llrlffi.Htol.ivon. '. F V . 1 1 1 (Ray). 6 to 9
ticond. Abe Flint, 111 (Scherrer), lis to 1, tnlrd.
Sixth Race One mtle. Almmee. SB (C, Relrt), 20 to
l.won; Cutlelvne, Vn iScherrer), 4 to 1,'Mnnd; bal
vable. 100 i Martin). 1 to 9, third lime. 1.42.
Good Nport at St. Lonla.
Sr. Lons. July In. The feature of to-days racing
svat the Golden Rod Slake, worth S1.S00 to the win
ner. Tbe money went to Nlek, wholowered ghe track
record one-half a second. Favorites won four races.
First Race One mile. Eau Claire. 194 (Covington)
6 to 1 won; Charlie McDonald. 194 (Uarneri. 0 to 1
second; Mountain Quail, 191 lit. Jonss) o to 1. third
Second Race-One mile. BohlUer. I041C. Slaughter).
I to 5, won: Pelleas. 107 (darner). 8 to.l, second: Mrs,
Dradshaw, b7 iWllhlle). 60 to 1, third. Time. l:4ti.
Third Race Four and a half rurlonis. Rlitsen's
Sister, 103 (darner). 8 lo s, woo; Oman Wood, nil
ic. Slaughter), H to 6. seoond: Juanlta. 103 iH.
'urner). 10to6,thlrd Time, 0:33k.
Fourth Hace six and a half furlongs: Ootden Rod
Stakes. Mek, 103 (T. Murphy), 9 to l.won: Laureate.
103 . Johnson), 13 to 6, second! May Thompson,
fl (Webster), M to 1 third. Time, 1 1x04. '
Mfth Hrce-SIx furlongs. Aquinas, 90 (c. Blanch
ter). II to 9. won; auar IL, 1 lu (Darner), 4 to 6,
second: Jsek 11. R 105 (Webster), U to I, Uilri
Sixth Raee-SIx furlongs, llsrry Dnke, lot (T.
Murphy). 3 to 1. won: fMgo, 102 iSchorr). 11 to fl,
second ; Ace, U7 (darner), li too, third. Ttmo.liH,
New Tandem Itecorda by narden nnd
L-ondom, July 18. At the Woodgreen track
to-dny Harden and Parlhy bent the tandem
bicycle records for from two to IVye miles. They
covered the latter distance ln 1) minutes x'5
Oossslp of (be Ulna.
Taddy Purlell and Jlramy Ryan have been
matched tn tight.
Charley Harnett, the boxer, bas developed Into
quite a baseball placer
Tommy White hat been matched to noxian un
known In Chteago next month.
Dave Wall, whose fistic career rerrlved -quite a
setback when he raced Sammy Ketl), Is to enter
the rlug thorny, WaU can Ib-hl well at 19B pounds.
Charley Kelly's Illness may prevent him from
euterlug tbe ring fur some time. Charley Is suf
fering from an aoula attack of malaria,
A number of friends and admirers of Sim r.
ins, the JFourtb ward teacher weight, would like
to see him get Into Ihe gamo again and fight some
of tne local feather weights.
Tom Duggan, who left for( Johannesburg, South
Africa, this week, haa been malci.ed 10 meet bill
IKihorty for a purte ot ffl.ooo. The mill it to be
decided In Sentsmber and will ue 10 a fln'tli.
"Kid" Orlffo It after a "go" with "Kid" Oar
dan at 100 pounds. "Kid" Orlffo Wants to hear
rrom Oordan at once, and tnys any reasonable
offer which Oordau mar advance will milt him,
Charley Mltchrll has been heard from again. In
a letter tn a friend In Ibis city be. writes that after
the racing season In England Is over he will sail
tor this country ready to meet any of the bearv
Moss Corbett, the colored 183 poitrater, whose
fighting abtlltlet, are well known on the west side
wishes to face Trank Erne or Jack Doune) at 199
Souuds, Corbetx does not lack for substantial
Since Danny llollrlde showed that he can punch
bard, as bis recant knockout of Nick Collins will
testify, ho hat boen In great domund by looal
clubs. Danny, however. Intends to l.y low until
tho warm weather dopurts.
raddy Rlavln' says Hint If be defeats Henry
Baker at Philadelphia toMiuirrow night he win im
mediately tall for England and return to America
forthwith with hit family. It It bit Intention of
making (bit country bit permanent home.
Young Orlffo says that !n tbe future he villi not
fight before any out-of-town club unless be gets a
guarantee before be stops Into Ihe ring to ilvht
Orlffo's recent essay witb Jack Everuardt o.ilr
realised htm something over 4300, but most oi 11
was eaten up In railroad faresond other exrutes.
Jack MoAullffe has concluded tr.ar "Kid" La.
vlgne Is afraid of hlra and baa drcldej to take
some one else on. YeMcVday MoAullffo received
an offer from a San Francisco club to meet "ns
Hsh Jimmy" Carroll, vetoo for the past four years
has been teaching boxing In alexloo. Carroll and
MoAullffe, if nothing (jos amis., are to box ten
rounds for a big purss.eTba muUla to etuu off
" ' ' S , -
CYC1E PARADE BY THE SEA.
ML ., - vs.f.'ioiia on Oer Athi
Thon-and. or rer, Bow.
Than Tss a nrs TfistBar.
the Pnrndo nod tiv .. .
Lor,o Branch. July 18.-.Th8 "'ol.
pa ado, which has been In jrjUolor
ilavs wss held heie to-day, omJ 0.000 riders,
okrt IP , It. It w. beld n-.. tb. d'roUon
of Joseph J. 0,I)onnhn Joseph 8iTman. Fred
Hoey " nd a committee ..letted rWm amon.
the summer resident of th .b HM.J.
enmo from New York In special J"-'1"
rodolnfrom the ntttlmU
all the avenues and hotels with b'c,AV.
The line of the parad. wr- finN.Worf
Park. .Iodb Ocean arenn. to Monmouth I.Vaob,
and back to the Went End Hotel.
Tho divisions and clubs werarrnTel In M
following order: w-i-
Policemen, mounted on rcle.
The Olymplo UIC ycle Uana.
Oram! Marshal and Starr.
Military Marshal Major Robert ft Bmltb..ronrth RetV
ment. Jersey k-iir
Fourth n-glment. Jerser City. J
Company E. Eighth KenR.w York, Capt. ft .
Company n. Twenty second Bejt". "
Twelfth &13&. narrlma J
Dlovcle Clubs from the State of Ijw Jersey.
Marshal. H. M. Holding, Jr.
New York Dlcyct Clubs,
. Brooklyn UlcyoleOlubs.
Hew York Swts Bicvele Clubs,
Marthsl, Will R. lltman.
Decorated Wheels. !
Fanoy nnd (irotesqne Oosl.V
tlarshal, John II. Yates.
SPXCIAL DIYlSIOIt. J
long Drsnch Residents.
Marshal, Leonard Bchaefsa,
Marshal. Theo. Wentr.
Marshal. If. M. frobltber.
Tne entire line of ths parade wm crtrwdsd
with sightseers, while ths avenuea were Oiled
with drags and other vehlelea, from which par
ties of cottagers and hotel folks witnessed ths
Besides all tbe rldsrs In tbe parade, thousands
6f others, attired In bloycis eostnmo. wera
thero merely as stectators. A larne number of
women riders paraded, but the number wat
below the expectations of the committee.
The parade was scheduled to start at 3:.10i
o'clock, but It was two hours later before tbsi
first division was sent off, and hair an hour later'
before the first detachment reached the review..
"f hVoiy'rnple Bicycle Club band, consisting ot '
a doxen riders, followed tho marshals and
passed tbe reviewing stand, playing "Tin
Htreets of Cairo." Following the band cams
the wheel corps of the Fourth Regiment of
Jersey City. 100 strong, well drilled, and carry
ing muskets, blankets, and full military accoutrements-
The New Jersey bicycle dubs followed tin)
military turnout. The Clio Wheelman of Jer
Bey City bad tbe right of line with thlrly-fivsi
men out- The Vim Club of Newark made a,
good showing. Its members, thirty In number,
wore red turtle-back sweaters, duck knicker
bockers, enttlaaps. ...., , ..
Following the first division, William F. Mur
phy, the well-known racer, came along on a eex
tuplet machine with five other riders. The big
wheel was a novelty to a great number and at
tracted mnoh attention. When It was passing
the reviewing stand the gear chain broke, com
pelling the six riders to dismount. There were
a great nnmber of tandem and triplet wheels in
theparada. . . .
Will IL Ptttman, the veteran wheelman, led
the New York division.
The Harlem wheelmen bad 111 men Inline,
each dressed tn a orasb suit. They mads a very
The Greenwich Wheelmen contingent waa left
by Miss Carrie Evans, tbe twentieth century
girl, dressed In an entire white suit, with black:
hose, and a white high hat. The Trtumplt
Wheelmen had forty-three men In line.
I'eter Fisher! of New York rode an Etffdl
A young girl riding a diminutive bicycle led'
the Century Wheelmen of New York. Thei
club bad ISO members In line. Every rider waa. V,
attired In the club's dark gray regulation uni
form. Among the members of the Wolff
American Club were six men and women ridlt-s
sociables all attached together, making one
A young colored lad. dressed In a gay suit of
red, white, and bine, led the members of the
Mount Vernon Wheelmen. There were twelves I
omen among the Excelsior Cycle Club party. I
They all wore light gray skirts, neglige shirt 1
waists, with white sailor hats, and Bands of
orange ribbon. Streamers of orange ribbon;,
were also attached to the handle bars of tbolrl
Adele Rltohle, tbo actress, who won the prlre
tn the bicycle parade held In Bridgeport on July
4 tor the best woman's costume, participated la
to-day's parade. She wore a navy blue suit.
The Brooklyn Bicycle Club, which bas won
many prizes In parades for good anpearance
and the number of men In line, had seventy-five
members in the parade. They wore duck
knickerbockers, blue coats and cam. and white
glove. The South Brooklyn Wheelmen had 40
men Inline. Indian Cycle Club S3, Paramount
Wheelmen 6ft, Carroll Park 18, and TrlumpU
Two little girls who had contrived a wide
seat on a bicycle rode side by side, each resting:
one foot on tbe frame and pedalling with than
In the decorated and fancy division some,
amusing displays were made. Henry M. Stan
ley was represented by a tall sun- burned rider,
and In his wake followed a retinue of Zulus.
A large, styut rider was got up to represent
Mnlnr McKlnley. He can-Id tvro signs, one
reading "MoKlnley Protection" and tile other
" Bryan Money to Hum." He was greeted with
cheers In some places and with hisses In others.
Several riders were attired to represent balle
girls, while clowns were plentiful. Two little
girls rode a tandem dressed Ilka country glrln,
with a large sign on their wheel reading, " Eggal
The floral decorations were both elaborate and.
It was late when the Jndges made their decis
ions In the contests for piixee.
The silver cup for the club making the finest
P.'.?er' "PPeorance waa awarded to the Harlem
heelmen. The prlre for the visiting club was
Kt,cn "V J1"' V;tnt",rrV heelmen of New York,
t!j,r?S,c,5,n. I'lcrcU. Club cettltig second place!
"lhe.VIm Jlieycle Club of Newark cot the first
prize for the best-appearing New Jersey Club,
tho Nlantlo V heelmen or Jersey City getting;
In the military ranks ihe Fourth Regiment ot
NewJcrser were the winners.
Adele Hltchlo got the silver cup offered fa
the woman presenting the best costume.
moTTiya axi I'aahko.
Fast Perrormanees nt Detroit's Bine Rite.
IlErnoiT. July 1H.-The nine Ittbbon meeting
of the Detroit Driving Clubopened at the Urotsa
Point track this afternoon. The weather waa
Just a trifle cool and tbe track fairly fast. A
large crowd witnessed the three events on the)
programme, which were well contested. Dick
race1"1 WM a 0d'1, n rwrori'orthelas
After losing the first heat by breaking badlv
he bay gelding won the three suiting ffi&
handily. Dan y too. waa an oddVon "SvorttT
for the second event, and tbo Utile bay VhVr I
Sliowfi ww? ,n tb'' fir,t heRt hadYh'lngsali
r Thr.e,Xnt ?f thf,a,r was the one-mlle dash
for the free-for-all naoera, Frank Agon win
the favorite, although, the field bad the oddS
Its favor when tbe Vtses were called to thn
track. Theeturtwseaitood one, linblnatlir!
out out the pace and led'to thSSe" "w? S
wheeV " "d Ir,lnk AK,ln lbcd on hi.
Thete positions were maintained until tbn
horses turned Into the stretch. Then W v
and Agan began to creep up, and all thre.
on even terms nt the distance. A tRJJed
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