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RI 4 " THE SUN, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1896. '
l HALE STILL IN THE LEAD. fxtvi 2iit! pace moral rAsr aa'u xnit mis Umax loses ojiouxn. ff il Behoek Io Vt In the Proccaaloa and W$5 Kld with ON.TIbk Kaduraaae-Klee, MW Koitcr. Hmlth, and RendlnK Also Well mWj VP '" ,no "' lllcjcle Itaee. &!. Teddy Hale, tlio Irish Oyer, continued to lead It! In ths six tlnys' blcjclo rnco In the Madison Kit Kqtisro Garden yesterday, but lio did lint push BfivI "Is pedals with, thu clnsh and ginger wlitcli Hffc characterized his work on Monday. It was Bj, thought by expert trnlncts who aro closely K.v watching tlio contestants that Hale cannot Hj, possibly ken up III gitlt and that be. H-' fore tlio end of the weak ho will collapse. Hi Most ot his rldlug since tho rnc bognu has Hi been sprinting. Vp to 11 o'clock Inst night ho Hji had cnjned nbout (our hours of rust ellico the H race began, but ha said he wui feeling as fresh Ht as a dalsj. The ruujorlty of euthuslaita HF bollero that, burrltiir accident. Schock K will prno tho Inner. Ho ban ildduit i on scheduled time so fur. and lnu kept pet- mr slug attny so steadily that ho Is within ashort JY distance of tho top. bchock's experlenco In It prerlous six-day races Mill, It Is thought, HE count In the end. and he Is taking good caro not A to ncrorK himself. Uu declared testcrduy HjF thathn would continue his prisent put und ex. Ik pectvd to be In the lead some time tuniorrow. Ha, Nt d Heading, the " Soldier," who set the pace HIT on Monday and gitto Halo such n hard light for H' tho lead, began to shoir signs of distress Larly Hf osterday morning. He had slept hardly an H' hour slnco he beenn the journey and could not H keep up the llerce paco et by the Irishman. As In k result he drooped rapidly to the rear, although Hw ho remained on tho track. A spurt later on tuny Hp. bring him toward tho top ngaln. ltlce, thu HJ" Wilkesbarro rider, dogged Hale all day and did tj' not do much spurting, at that. Ho Is big B& and strong and Is being well handled. "Or" X Mooro of 1'hllndelphla was also within hulling Hp ilitnnco of tho lender last night and appeared H.C? to be strong. He Is regarded ai onu of the men Htj who will bo in the thick of the light ut the cloe. I l'orstcr. the muscular (lerinan, indulged In He? spasmodic bursts of speed during thu nt trriiuou Hft and spent s ury little tlmo oir thu track. Pierce, f tho Itoston rider, was troubled with his ees. It but kept at his work, aided by bluegogglts. H& "Major" 'laylor, tho colored mascot, was H the only contestant to use a padded frame on Hf the top of his handle bars upon which to rest H his bod). Ho rudo with little dllllculty. and MS followed his system of tra oiling seven consccu- H? tlio hours and then resting one. Ifhocan rc- Hf main In the race until to-morrow night, tho Bjf. critics declnrc that ho will be heard of at tho He finish, as ho Is ery fast when It comes to BK printing. S bmith of Saratoga may tome in for a better Rf place later on. Hn hus not been exerting him KfiV keif, and sais thut ho hni plonty of xirength to IKjy fall back upon, t lick, who got out of tho race Ktr tarly yesterday morning, decided lntor to re Elf turn, and he kept to his work with little or no BS Hale completed 600 miles after 30 hours and ifU SO minutes of riding, which Is claimed to lie tho ft best performance on record for the distance. 'M At noon he put a forclpede on the back of his f-, saddle, lighted a cigarette, and spun around the 84 track, finishing 58u miles and Slaps on the hour. JK Heading was still second, with S57 miles, Mooro SJ third, with 530 miles. HIce fourth, with 53.1, and "lit bchock llflh. with 54U miles and a laps. Iho !& riders were encouraged by a largo crowd 8 In the nfternoon and they hustled along BF In great shape. Reading was forced to take HA quite a ret. and the other men lost no time in j, tiasslng his figures. At 0 o'clock Hale had cm- jhi ered 071 miles. Rice had mored Into second sav place with flol miles and 3 laps, while bchock 'ijl loomed up In third place with 030 miles and . l lap. The latter was riding fhstor and stronger 'Jg than at any previous period. W$ IIulo's TuOth mile was finis ed after 44 hours TW nnd 33 minutes of labor, and at. I) o'clock ho had ill; ridden 7S0 miles and 3 lap. Bice was second, ,Sf with two laps over 700 miles, nnd Hchock was If rcurrying along Just sixteen miUa behind Rice. Hale's uprints were not frequec t, and his pace 'j was gradually bolng roduced to one about equal i to Schock'a. f There were probably 0.000 persons In tho h Garden at 10 o'clock, and thennwas plenty of p- excitement. Eddie Bald rode a half a mile, uu- ;t paced. In 1:03 3-3. and was checked to the ecno. ji. Then Latham of harateea and Roome of l!ergn a Point met in a match raco at a ulle. best two In .'.i three heats. Latham won the first two heats ff handily, riding the first In 2:43 4-3 and the sec- f ond In -:35 1-6. Jt Ooodman of the RIversMes alro met Ray Mo -. Donald In a half a mile da h. and the latter was '& o badly beaten that he dei'JIned to ride another 'i heat. Goodman's time was 1:10. Later Good- I- man rode an exhibition mils ln:17. Bald also ( tried another half mile In 1 :VJ. y, i-eiriioiuenueciaeu to witiraraw permanently from the big race early In the erenlne. Vora '" Bteeg and Conklin nlfo retlrcil. both being corn el pletely fagged out. Schock turned In for a halt jj hour shortly before 11 o'clocit. and Halu fol- lowed juit. There were only eifht men on tho ?s' track at that time, tho scores lietag as follows. $R ., , !'" Lap. ' XUn. Laps. W Jlle 791 l Pierre nSB 't -it HIce 71U Hlniicle .... 80U o Bchcxlc 70O n I'nsjtdy ... hhi! . "& lteaUllig. SuU i Uwldox ........ SUB o S) Jcwier H5 Mkei .. ..j.... Bitfl u J 7Jrlor Ut)l 6 Usunon .....S71 u jaT lloure 071 it Aihlnnr.... ... 34") n J; Bmllh Out 1 Mcl-ecnl M l g Tom Linton of Wales rode a Are- nllo exhlbi- tlon agaliut time. He covered four miles in k 0:37 1-5, a new indoor record, and rndo the Are . miles In 13:04 4-3. which Is cUlmoti to be the 8," world's nnpaced Indoor record. W The 1 o'clock scoro follows: ft , Mb. ujm. Jllla. Utyt. IV Hale 772 olTajlor...- Bs u ? HIce Tfli a Ablnger nt m Bchock 74 l.uaddnr... .. Hja h 5 Heading 7in u Cissldy . .. 1m h Sy Bmiui ;os o merit ... ami n 5S. .0,t,r "" l Klkea BOH u m I'leree Bl h Uannon o it Jlooro... Ubd B Uclxiod 47 J a sM Jir,j.iAiii)s. Vm SplaUa Still I.n.illn t jroCreciiihlln In Their Tn BSOO JIaleh. M Tho exhibition hall In Slosson's IJilllard -&' Academy, corner of P rand way and Twenty- P second street, was far too hi nail last evening to accommodate the crowd of Amateur bllllardlsts who wero anxious to witness the second nights ; play of the 14-Inch balk line billiard matcb.3,300 ,jL points up, for $'30 aside, between W. A. Splnks f; of Chicago and Edward McLaughlin of I'hlla- H delphla. At the end of Monday night's play m Kplnks bad n lead of UT3 points. ii Neither plajcr starteil on" wdl last night, but ''E- In the forty-rtennd Innfpg MiiLaughllu seemed , to strike his gait for theilrst tlmuln the uiutih nnd made a rapid and briULtut run of forty- $ eight points, tho noro At the end of tho jw Inning standing: bplnk, ASH; Mcl.augh- ' Hn. 440. In tho fort) -sixth Inning Splnks if, made a oil breng of fcrtj-oiii-. whlth, K Willi a well-earned bunch of fifty. thmo &', In tho sixt-lxtli Inning, gnvo to him L?', a lead of 111) points, tho M.nre etiiiidlng' Ijfc Bplnke. H47: MrLaughlln. Illlll. Mi" I auglilln In ! tho iiieaiilinir made some good dolihlu figure inns of 43. '.'U. HH, ail, and 30 In thi flfty-tlfth. M lHty-stnoiitli. stxtT-flrst, slxty-fnr. rth, anct AM elxty-slxth Innings, hut Splnks still ronttnued lo drnw away and finally mado thu noreisary If 1,000 points for two nights in tho elghty-olgntFi 9, Inning. McLaughlin scored nil'.' points. The iA moio hiKt night rnllows: t Spink-'). 15. c, 4. 10.0,11. 11.3,41, H. 17. 1. 1, n jW s 1. 1 1 , n, I j. a. l n o. :I2 7. t. .1. H. J", u. fi i. u, 4,1 . u. n y, i, 1,0 1,0, 0, IU, 12, 1,11, !M, 3, J, I, 1,3, III. I. lolal, d (.III) L lllch run, S3; aeragc, 11 32 8a Scorn for two aj iiIkiiu. 1,000. 1 fklJiuglllln-in 0,0,4, 1,48. fl. 10.8.0. 1. U. 0.3. 3, i lv, 11.43, in, ao. i. 4, i. i. 1 1, a. -. MH u, in, an, if! 11.3, -M.il, , 1, J, U7, 9,3,0, 0,0, U.U, 1,0, 20. Tola). K H3. ;- mull run, 4H, avuriige, 0 nu 37. Score for two g ' slgbtt, bill!. Itrfrrre, Dr. A. L. Ilauaey. 'M Arlen Hocleti Memliere I'luylnn In n Tonr- K lutnienl. jf An Interesting amateur billiard tournament was be- fun In tho rooms of the Arlon Society, corner ot Park Jg avenue and Klft) ninth street, on Monday night Tlie eompetltors, huteud of bt Ing handicapped, ai hereto. jt fore, are divided Into clauos, with separate prlies for m- eoch. 'JT Ferdinand Pnggenliurg and Frederick Fcheldlf rnrm jt- an'iclal clus, and will play five gamca, 300 points urctieit tlire In live, for tbe championship ot the & o'uh und a gold medal. R. In addition to Poctenburg and Seheldlg tho follon b Ing nineteen player ara entered In the first clan and T win niay S0Ki'nu up Charles Palm. u. Winkler. L. IT V. lalor. U Iteutohn, I'hlllp Maufer.C olkar, tleorge J, llntlistrln. II. tirunewalil. (I Clmlutil c. Hchnildc, Ml ('. Mesnersehtnltt. A. Uehren, It J. Mayer. Carl lleyer. A, H. I. Hinder J. Arenu, 11. T. Llppold. Theodora 'itf Kramer, and Dr Dauer ilM Anionic the ireond-elais men who will play u lou points up are n, Wlentart. William Merlkfiorr, n II. .lUUiir. r leehteier. H V. fir en, K. hchwartaehld. 'Cf and U T. Vnllmrr. The third riant mm who will clay Oft '1 points up are A 1' Menda. V Ilnho, A. Koenlg, l 't ulilUli. John Kroihur, k Tschudi, A. Wenderoth, and im V. llUdor. 72f The winner In each of these clashes wilt reeelve a ,lm piece of iute. 1 no tournamiut will contluue until 11 Jul f M New York A, , llllllnrdlata I'laylns for IF the C'nnmplonelilp. S Ibo New York A. C.'s billiard tournament, for Ihe TO rlianiploBihlp ot the club, was continued last even )r Ing. The contestants were W. V. Bhaw and W. 1'. J'V Oiilelle. Rhw wou by a aeore of 7B to 07. This alter. jgx noon a same will bo between Fred Uakes, last year's Tet champion, and Maxwell E. More. In the, evening Dr. W-Y, Biiniucl Ketch nd 1". a Dlihop will meet, W n I ' HaT'lb j. " XK1T3 OP TUB fTBlSBIiKKX. Bitrprlelns Growth nnd Financial Hlabllltr ol the Maw York Division. Wheelmen Interested In tho development of amateur cycling In tho New York Stale Di vision held their heads quite high yesterday ai a result of tho satisfactory meeting of tho pre vious night. They expressed hearty sympathy with the movement to provldo better roads and more Intelligible sign posts, but they were es pecially Jubilant oer tho financial prosperity of the division an set forth In tho Hecretar. Treasurer's report. That document furnishes n lot of Interesting Information, from which the following Items aro gleaned: The New York Htato Division hss nowa member, hip of l!U,42tt. the largest etcr attnlned banydlv. aloa of tbe L. A. V., and only 3 313 lets than the entire motnberiblp of the league two years ago. On Nov. 89, mill, this division wn the third In standing with 3,031 members, not quite 12 per cent, of the L. A. W. On Nov. SU, 1!U3, our membership was 9,037, over 23 per cent,, while on Nov. 37 last our member ship was over 28 per cent ot that ot the entire lesgue. Ot the loaaue's 46,334 new membera during the year ending Doc. 1, ISOrt, 13.3SJ, oroer 23 per cant, were recruited by the New York Mate Division. The total membership ot the L. A. , consisting ot thirty five divisions, slxHUb-dlvltlous, and seven con sulates, on Nor. 27, 18U0, was ,2.41)3, a gain of 34 USB In the past J car. ot which New York contributed 1(1,741, or 31 percent, of the entlro gain, and nearly one halt of tho combined gnln mado by all of the rest of the dIMslons, sub-dlvltloni, and conaulates. lhecahon hand I 3 033 37, nearly threo limes the balance ot $1,301 .! carried forward from tho previous fiscal year. This showing It nil the more rumarkablu when It if remembered that the work of thu pait j ear entsllcd untuually heavy expense owing to the increase ot membership and the hand. Ilngof tho Armstrong llaggage bill. Thu total recelpta of Hie year reachod $23,737 23, Including the grand total off 211,44.40 from membership fees and dues. The chief dral us oil the treasury were l)llstonhead quarter a expense. Xd.'o It, Chief Consuls allow. nnc and excuses f I 'ltd w.retaryTri asurer. nlar mid travelling . null 7.1, road hooka ami m Ipt 54 14IIOS, lugasn law ixpensps, 2.VA7 07; diltimU'n cxieuiento National Assembly, SUU4.74; rttruiiliigcumpctitloii, 'U3 s iou 'lhoiuas C. Itjnclt In riding from tho Titty ninth street rnlranci of Centrul 1'urk twhoutli Ferry, go down u blok m Klftt-clgnth street and turn to thu leTt to Madison avenue, then turn to tho right uml follow Madison avenue to Twontr-slxlh street; nt this point turn In thn left to Lexington aienuennd go direct toTnent) recond street. Hero ngilu turn to tlio loft to fcccond nenue; follow Second avenue tu Kor etho street, and turn to tho right to Division street: continue on Division street to Clinthnm squnru; then turn to thu right to Park row and go direct to Nin-au street; ride down Nassau s'reet to Uroud stieet and turn to thu right to Ilruadwii ; follow llruadwuy to tho south terry. cm. At the semi annual meetlncor the I Incoln Wheel. men ir lnt Pruadway. the following onicers were dieted U l'avis ciiilrman. It. Lavlu lce-Chuir-nian.s stone itiordinv hecrtary L. Mecr. lluun elil Secrrlarj I Arojinn, Trensurer. M. llepner. Serjeant at Arms, Marrv luger. Sr , captain. M. Ola man, Mrst Lieutenant, 11. MomfT Seeoud Llfiltenaut, ClMrlesCapolle color He irer. H Newman Puttier The lltll I'm iLlvn hee men huselected the fol lovvlne oIIU'mh President. C. J, Obermayer. Mce Presldtnt, s Prunner. Net-retary, N. ILMucdonald; Financial Mcretarv. A. U llu Uou. The Majentisrlts division or the I A. W will make a strnum fTorl at the next aesalonof the State 1 egMalurs to ha e a law tiaaseil making a ) ear's lm prlionmeut tho minimum punishment furblcjele atonltng. The annual election of officers of tho Outtenburg Wneelmen resulted as fftltows Prestdenr. Otto llelrtt Vlee-Presldent. William Larklns- Treasurer, William Ickrrt: Unanilnl Sncretary. UllllamUum mel. Captain Anthony Ueronoml. bergeant at- arms, Osear I'limmelmlller. r mpbtfll has teen elected Second I teutenant of tli ii nph Wheelmen. The cuiumac Cyclers havo eleoted the fnltonlng orttiers UeorseF Wilson PriMildent. F l.Matthena. MePr-sldant tora;e W. ashlnston. Treasurer, 1' i. hlpp llecordlng secretar J II. Parker, Hnan clal Secretary. J 11. Spencer Captain; D K Crump, first j.ieuteoant: W. t. Parker, Second Lieutenant: Winston lloimes. Surgeon, Thoruaa Turner, Color Hearer, tjoctivr ct.vn BTEWAJtna meet. TTho llrlchton Beach aad SarntoKa AsaoeU ntlonsi Apply Tor Jtaclnic Date. A meeting of the stewards of tbe Jockey Club was held jesterday afternoon. Those present were August liclmont. I. II. Rradford, James Gain ay, F. It. Hitchcock, James R. Keene, and Andrew Miller. Applications for racing dates were received for the season of 1807 from the Brighton Beach Racing Association and the Saratoga Associa tion. It was ordered mat tho disability attached to the entries of (). Hrown, owner of the Lauretta Mabte. under decision of the stewards of July 11. should end with tbe year. Thu complaint of M. Zabn against William Jennings for violation of contract, and a similar complaint by illium Nostrand against the Sensation Stable, were referred lo a commltteo fur Investigation. Ttioronekarede, Fonleis, and Ilantera Hhlpped for Jsisland. Tbe White Star freight steamer Cleorgic sailed yesterday for Kngland with a consign ment of seventeen horses which were shipped In the namo of C. ltaoul Duval. Tho animals were a mixed lot, comprising two thoroughbred yearling Allies, nine polo pontes, three hunters, and threo harnefa horses. Tho thoroughbred fillies are tho propert of V. 1C. Vingut. One Is a hay by frah atur llrdotte, and the other a buy by ht. Blaise's brother. Candlemas Clnr lssima. The Ilcdolte lill was purchased at the Rancho del Paso sale, while tho Clarlsalma Ally whs bought at tho Klmendorf Farm sale Two of tha polo ponies aro also thu property of Vingut Tho harness horses aro tho property of W. 1). Mnane and are destined for tho south of France, while tho hunters beloug to mombers of thu Meadow brook Hunt. O'Connell'a Downfall rt Snrprlae. Nrw Orieaxs, Dec. 8. Tho feature of the races here to day was tho dereat of o Conned, who start, ed at odds of a to 1 on. He ran Ihe flrtct half mile ser laat. but then backed up, and Kaunlu llovvena bfut him easily, om., one post, favorite won dur. Ink the day Summaries. Hrst Pace illon-ance. air furlongs. Fannie Ilowenn, tiu aiuracv, 7 to 1. won. O'Connell. 104 tltossj. 1 to 0, second. Annie Muyes, 1U4 (Dorse) j, 13 lo 1, third, rime. 1:17c,. fvecoud itaie Two yeur-olds, selling; six fur lnius laeuunt, tui (ItiifTi, u to 3, won; Pat Mor l-S"J.Ul I (rilbervllle). 4 to t, seconi . Otto II,, 101 (lerkluri, 13 lo 1, third. Time, lilH. I Third Knee .seven furlongs, selling:. Pitfall, lot (Uj) woou ... to '. won uoiiif if , iui tiiioervuief, 4 t, 5 fe(ind; Chorryatono, 107 (Scherrer), 3 lo 1. tlilril riuu", I 'U)j. Fnurih Hut" SUtlu.;, six furlontts Slacgte S . Ill) (powers), 3 tol, mi, Senator Morrill, 103 Ili'ain l.uinn), 13 to 1. senntd. Issle O,, Oil (Morris), 7 in 1, tnlrd lime, I 1M. Fifth luce s;ellliia: one nrjlu and twenty ards Prtilcfinn, 04 (Sanger), it to 1, worn Frunir Jan Ih rt, mii (Povverm, 0 tu I, an ond; Cotton King, 10." ilxen, 13 tu 1, third Time, 1 4. I'our Favorite Win nt Frisco. Sci ritAvrt.cu Dti. b Tho rea ills of thu races hero tu ilu) folluvv l-lrt Hall-evetl furlonsfi. Cspt. Hkeilance, lou (II surtlui. ' lu I, won, Mel ariaii, 103 (1 nusi, 0 tu I, second Llitlullub, luj (Shan), A to I, third, llmu, 1 Hl'i sieond l:nie Him mile, selling, tlrny Hurst, uu (SlatiKUler I3lul.wuu. OsrlcIUlul (Jones), 0 u I. seeuud I. ucolii II. lul (H. Jlortlu), ilto.'i. third, lime 1 mo. nurd I'.ueu Blx furlnngs. Preston, Hit (W.Martin), 3 tu . wuii hauia llella, 1 1 UCoady), h to I, second, (iisurlun I0B (Mileldsi J tu I, tnlrd. Time, I Ifj't ruiirtn lluee-six und unn half furl'iug. stuiiut McllrrKorlI.il-. iThurpe), III lu ll, won, Miss lloss, till slaugliter). llln l.siemd, I'nlly, lOl.(tlulden), go to I, n.ird. Time. I -'l(. Mfth Have-Onu und i)nilxteenth lujlea, soiling. Paloinaclla. 101 (Jones), ii lo A, wou, Collins 104 (T, Murphyi, to I are ond. lleriuuulta, 104(11 Martini, but I, third lime, I r.llv llxth Pace-Haven fllrluugrs. Cashday, 112 IShkldsJ, ltuH, won, Iivdal, Ik iThurpel. 4 to 1, sreund, Midas. I U (hhaw), 13 tu 1, third, lime, K'.'u. Tlio Iteeulta ut HI, l.oula. flT Ijcis Dec. , Thereiults of the races here to day follow: Hrsl Hate Four furlonas, Minnie V,, S to 1 and 2 to 1, won, Kieiiaiiua, 3 to 1 for place, second, Impress third, Tlinr, U.SH, hecuiul lla:e Four and a halt furlongs, Irish II., IU to 1 and 4 tu 1, won; Also, 2 too for place, second; Toss IU third. Time. Il02S(, Third Ilace lour und a half furlouits. MUs filar, 0 to 3 and 2 to 0, won, Ihe Docicr, 4 to 3 ror place, seouiid, leOranda third. Time, 1:00 Fourth Itaiu Hvo furlongs Isabella, 10 to 1 and 4 lo 1, won: Franklu I) , 0 to 0 for place, sec ond. Cody thlr.i. Time, luiri, Fifth Knee Flse ami a half furlongs. Smuggler, 2 to 1 am! 3 to 3, wou. PjjIIkIii.j tu I for pUcu, secu.m, Jcrqult third. Time, lil.l Innei ut Iron lllll, litov IIili, Dee. S Iho following are the results of the races here today! First Itace lour uml a half furlongs; selling. On moll), I to 1 and 4 to S, won, Juuuita, 3 to -I fur place, soeond, Nulu third, lime, liOJ. (second Itace Four and a hair furlouga, selling. Iteform, 7 to a and u -o 3, won, lorralue, 4 to 1 for pUee, second; Musk third, lime, 1:0J. Third Itace rive furlongs) selling. Marguerite, 0 in a and 1 to 2, wont Hoslio, 7 lo 1 for plaue, sec ond, Ardu tlilril. Time, lilU lourth IUoo Slxauu a hutf furlongs, selling, llrlunater, 2 tu 1 and 4 to 3, won, Taucreu, evsu for place, second; Miss hdltn third, rime, mil, Hfth Itace Hlx lurlongs, selling nr. Jones, 3 to unit eveu, won, IIuiuiuIuk lilr.l, J lo 1 for place, second, Candelabra tlilril I line, I tj football .Notee, Ciiieino, Pee. . The proposed football game be tween thu All America learn, composed of players from Eastern colleges, and tbe Chicago A. A, eleven haa teen declared off, batlsfaciory terms could not be arraugeu. Cincaoo, Dee. H. Definite plans have been made for a game bttweeu tho trama representing ihe University or Wisconsin and ihe Oaritslo Indians. The contest will take plate on (Saturday eveoing. Dec, IV, lu tbe Collsvut. DBBiaHBD XO BBATXttB SOTEnBIOlt A. l.arsre Steam Tneht to Bf Bnllt la the Erie Basin for llarrlaon B. Moor. What will probably be tbe largest steam yacht bnllt on this side of the Atlantic for some time haa Just been ordered by Harrison II. Moore ot this city, a prominent member at the Now York and, Atlantlo yacht clubs. Mooro Is well known lu yachting circles as the owner ot tho first Marietta, now Albatross, owned by Jacob Rapport, Jr., which the 1'usey & Jones Company of Wilmington built for Moor In 18U3, nnd tho new Marietta, which tho snmo firm built for him In 1803. Kach ot these boats proved to bo small for Mooro's ate and hence the order for another yacht. Thelattor will be constructed on the HARRISON B. MOORE'S NEW STEAM YACHT. r ways ot John M. Robins & Co., In the Erie Uasln, South llrooklvn. It Is said sho was espe cially designed with a view of beating M. C. D. Rorden'a Sot erclgn, which Is considered to be the fastest jnchtnlloat In American waters. Tho lines hare been laid dow n, malorlals ordered, and some received, so that work can bo com menced nnd pushed vigorously. The new craft will bo 17'.! feet 0 Inches on dock, 140 fentnn tho water line, and IH feet hcaui. Hor hull will he of tho best cinnllty of mild s'eel and nnlv tho best materials will enter Into her construction, as In nddltlou to iv high rale' of speed the. on tier expects iv stanch ami Keawnrthy achl. Safety is secured b means of redouble hull nmidnhlps and four ntiol bulk heads. 'I ho double hull sort es for fresh wnter and ballast tanks, and tho bulkheads dlvldo tho vxiroitxi XACiiusn iivi.es. Otit-nr-Town Deleealea ut the ITnlon'a Con ference to Aaltate the Mntter. The conference between the Council of tho Yacht Ruclng Union ot Long Island Sound, L, M. Clark of Boston, representing tho Massachu setts Yacht Raclug Association; V. A. C. Ham ilton of tho lloj al St. Lawrence Yacht Club of Montreal, and Commodore A. J. Prime of the Yonkcrs Corinthian Yacht Club, representing tbe Now York Yncht Racing Association, look ing toward tho adoption of uniform racing rules, was continued nt the bcawanhaka-Corlnthlan Yacht Club's home. 10 Kast Twenty-second street, until an curly hour yesterday room ing. While it soctned to be the unani mous opinion ot those present that tho adoption of uniform rules would be a great thing for yachtlns In this country, no dellnite action w as or could be tagon. Theoutslde del egates, however, promised to agitato the quea tlon when they returned home. President Clark of the Massachusetts Association said ho would confer with his executive committee regarding the matter, and a member of the Yacht Racing I'nion's Council a 111 go to Boston to discuss the question with the New Kngland Association. .... Secretary F. II. Jones of the Yacht Racing Union, in speaking at tho matter after the meeting, said: " I think that Inside of a j ear. with the possi ble exception of the tlreat lJtkes, arhts will bo raced under uniform rules all along the Atlantic coast. I do not believe, however, there will boa National Yachting Association, ns It would bo too unwieldy an organization to handle." Secretary Jones also announced that the nn nual meeting of the Yae lit Racing I'litun would be held in Parlor Pot tho Fifth Atenue Hutcl on Dec. IK nt H o'clock at night. At this meet ing thu amendments tu the racing rules will como up for final action, and the allotments of racing dates for the coining season will be an nounced, btartlne signals will also bo rear ranged so that the yachts will bo sent oft In small divisions to one gun starts. Mr. fJertmde H. tVnrk'a Chere Amle Slope at llultlmore. Advices from Baltimore stBte that the steam yacht Chere Amle, formerly Puzzle, owned bv Mrs. Gertrude S. Work of this rlty, stopped at that city on Monday while on hor way to tho Carolina Sounds for a month's gunning cruise. Mrs. Worki has as guests C. I- Work and C. II. Illlvln. Tho jacht will remain at Baltimore some days to ncelvosnmo trilling repairs to her machinery. 'Ih Cbero Araiu was built In 1HNH by Samuel Pluc of this e Ity for Jacob Lorillard. She Is eight -two feet long. itErEKEE j:aiw as a nr.vivsi. lie Hay lie Ha Neither Money Nor rrop ry Sharkey C'bamceis III Quarter. Sai Fhascisco. Dec. 8. Hob Fltzslmmons, his manager, Martin Julian; Dan Lynch, repre senting Tom Sharkey; Wntt Larp, who acted as referee In the Flttslmmons-Shorkey light, and a number ot others Interested In the legal squabble forthe possession of theSlO.000 purse, appeared In Justice Groeringer's court room this afternoon. Refcreo Earn was the only witness examined, but he was nut asked lo explain how or when ho consented to act ns referee. Ho testified, however, that he did not have n dollar In the world, and that he owned no property save the clothing ho wore. 1 lils uilmlsslou created surprlso, as the wit ness was popularly supposed to be a man of means. Cross-examination wai reserved until Thursday. Jullnn Insists that he has abundant testimony to pruvo tlio existence ot n mice piece oijoo bcry. Although Sharkey was supposed to havo suf fered a rclap'.u toda. hu was. nevertheless, well enough to t hnugu his quarters tu tho Yal lelo this evening, wl ero he went lu company with l.vnch und Neiidlinm. 'Iho rltalnimniis fnrtliin claim that thn trio moved fur tho purpose of remaining he) uml the Jurisdiction of Justice llroclnger's court, but Lviich denies this. Referee Karp who was relieved of a gigantic rovulver bv t'apt. Whltmanii Just heforo tho fight, pleadod not uullt) lo day to tho churgoof earning concealed weapons, and his imcnu continued. Athletic at 1'ordlillin College. The present outlook for athletics al lordham Col lege next j ear Is very encouraging. Tho track team lust rar, thounh somewhat handicapped by the lack of proper training, showed up qulto well In thu several events, Next jenr n great deal Is ex. peclel of J, 1'. (julnlan, '07, In the games last full Fordham students weru agrriahly surprised at the showing niuilu by sumo or the younger uthletes, De lerrarl, luuil, Dunne, lis, unit Adams, UM, win. uing the event in which they were i ntered. The clic'luu fur onicers or thu bast ball assoela. Hon lesllllelas follows. President, John Alklll. sun, 'U7; Vru President, J. luriou jisson, 'mm, Corresponding becrrury, lttnmuK Adams, '33; Iteeorillng beeretar), I eo o'Douovan, 'OK, Tress, urcr, 3. J. Mi l'ur!ind, 1V00. The muungement has already urrangesl for names with i. osi of thu largu colleges, uml thu achedulu prutnlses to be quite an extenslvu one. The liovavvho will train ror the team this vtar aro 1. II. ftelll), itioo, who did such guod work Inst Aear, Dunne, 'um, who played part uf last aeaion. C. Dovvnes, 'us; DU. on. 100U. Parr). '0M; I'. Wren, IUOO; Do Ferrari, 1U00, Duulev), '03; O'Oormao, IDOOi Jujre. '07, ltucs. '37; McFlroy, '03. J, llellly, inou: O'Con. nnr, '00; Dolan, 'Ju; Martin, 'V7. and II. Downea, 1U00. s, number of olhera are expected to train. The men will bo coached bv D, Klernaii, 'SO New from the Ilore tVorlit, V. W Da U "Pittsburgh Phil" Is stopping at the Imperial Hotel In tms Ut). Ills real.uiimu Is Qrnrgu h. Miilth Auordlug to ills present piogiainmu lie will remain heru until next lebruarj David Uidrnn. the lull known turfman, nut n part) of rrleutli, iik lining Pookmuki r Juo til mull nnd JueUe) Henry iirirtlu. will luivo me city toe hau liruiicls'o uu baiurua) finleuii exiscts to rematu out West until next M.ireu iiuniu lu lends tu uecept any mount Uml mu) heotltred tu him. lltsthlef reason, however,! Tor iigslu spend. Ing the whiter ou,the pai tlio slope' is a uhskji that the eltmatn will build him up. lie was far from Is). Ing well during the past ruclig season Wiimisotoi, Dec, 3, Tho F.xcrutlvo Cnminltleo of the Kej stone Iluulng Asaoelatluu ruled on" Jock et Clare for hl uuor.rldu on Mask In the aecoud race at Iron lllll to day John Croker, owner ot the hotse, came neur muellug u aliullar fute. It Is now announced mat the new outlaw tr ick at JIa cruder'. Prim e iienrrfe'p euiiut), three miles from Ihe i.euiil io track near Wasiiingtou, will open up uu Muudar Fruuk Hru wilt be stiwrer, (luurge Ojslcr Secretury, and J llrooss secretary TnMov, Deo, H. lliley arannau wasdelwrred by the stuwurua of the Juckey Club Horn Iho prist, jogeiuf Ih tracks under their Jurlsdlotlon. uran nan then ublalnsd an Injuncllou which, p-ndlng an action In the courts. iermltted hnn to avtnd the racs under the Jookey Club's control, Tals occurred during the Westchester ltaeln Assocla llou' meeting at Morris Park, and as a result a was a visitor there until Its close. The cava was to have lists tried fast week, fit was postponed. -.i . v V- t -sv-wUvsV-S" sfty ., - -t fe' iV-d. vessel Into five water-tight compartments), to that she will float safely with any one compart ment tilled with water. She will havo a con tinuous and unbroken flash deck fiom stem to ttffrall, and none of her deck fittings or fixtures will show above tho bulwarks. Tnedeokhouse will be of mahogany, twenty-four feet long, having the Captain's stateroom In the after end and n social hall and dining room forward. The Captain's room will have a chart rack and table, with other modern Improvements, The forecastlo will be cpacloua, well ventilated, and will have amnio closet and looker room, onicers' stnterooms nnd wardroom come next, and then the galley. Then comes the machin ery, and abaft of this will bo tho accommoda tions for the owner and his guests. The saloon extends tho full width ot vessel and fifteen feet fore and aft. At night this can be subdivided Into four compartments by means of curtains. Thero are five stnterooms and two wing berths, the owner's stateroom being ten feet long nnd extending the full width of the vessel. The whole Interior will be finished Id polished ma- hoganv nnd white enamel nnd gold. The fur nishings will b luxurious. Tho plumbing will bo complete and provides for running water In all basins And hut and cold fresh as well as sea water for baths. The machinery will consist of a four-cvlliider balanced trlple-oxpnnslon engine and two water-tube boilers of ample power to supply the necessary steam, steel will be used lu tho engine wherever practicable, to secure light ness and strength, and the bearings will be large, so as to prevent any possible risk of heating. Her owner feels confident that she will hold her ow n with an) steam yacht In American waters. Sho will bo fitted with storagn battery and electricity for lighting, and will be steered from a bridge titer tho deckhouse. She was designed by H. J.OIelow, formerly of this clt). Owner Moore expects hor to be ready to go In commission in June next, and she will fly the New York and Atlantlo Yacht Clnb flags. itoxKits twit, jo WEian j.v. Heavy Amntenr Jterefed by the Ktilcker bocker Home Hot float. An nmaleur boxing tournament, to bo con cluded to-morrow, opened last night at the Knickerbocker A. C. The club men and their friends apparently made up their minds to nurse their enthusiasm nutil the final, as the attendance was rather light. Thero were plenty of boxers nnd alleged boxers, however, but un fortunately they Interpreted the enterprlso of tbe promoters to mean a genuine revlvnl of tho good old days of tho "amachoor," Ihe result was that tho weighing. In process was more like an ndjunct of a fat cattle show than an thing clso. A largo percentage of those entered In the llo-pound class averaged from 130 to 140 pound", while scleral of tbe alleged light weights almost annihilated the scales. The management stood firm, and preferred lo drclmato tho entry rather than allow the " re vival" to go on In the fashion which had al lowed welter weights nltn a pull to pair oil with bantams who did not have a pull. Iho conscientious scruples ot tho promoters may have marred tho show from tno point of view of those who wanted to seeplentyofslugglng.no matter how one-sided, but their action was none the less comiuondable, and It will ulti mately bear fruit. 'Ihe show opened with a bout In the light weight class. Master of Ceremonies Cornish named James J. Frawley as referee, Charles 11. O'Connor and Charles Morgan as judges, and L. M. Hamburger, Chicago A. C. us timekeeper, llv this time John Hums. New West Sldo A. C, and D. Marshall, Rambler A. C, weru ready for thu fray. 'Hie Rambler lived up to his club title b) rushing sll over tbe ring and Jamming lJurus on tbe ropes frequently. Tho West slder was outclassed In reach and helgALbut be made up for this byhlakbowl edgeof the game. He steadied his big rival with straight Jabs, and worked his right on Iho body with effect, still tbe game was so even that an extra bout was ordered. Marshall rushed himself lo a fruitless standstill and Hums got tbe decision. 'Ihe second bout provoked general laughter. In which the rereree was forced to Join. The rivals were J. Munford, New West Sldo A. C.. and It. Dwyer. St. Raphael A. C. T he latter cut loose like a world beater and knit his rival guessing throughout a grotesque round. Ihcti Mutfnrd remembered he had n right hand, nnd he smacked It In on Dwyer s heart so fiercely that tbu St. Rauhael man grow dazed. 1 he referee sent them to their corners and the rest braced Dwyer up. But Munford again mado plu) tor the body, and his rival was taken oil in a t cry rocky condition. Tho first boxers to nppear In tho 113-Dound cluss wero Nelson G. Frailer, Hudson A. I' .and William Itutcbford. Chicago. Tlie Western lad shaped well and outpointed his opponent with good, straight hitting In the first round, 1'razler carried himself atlflly. hut when he let nut he clearly meant business. In the second round his superior strcneth enabled bltn to smash through llotchford's guard repeatedly, nnd tho Chicago boy was soon covered with blood from wild swings on the noso and mouth. Frnzier ignored any attempt at science In the third round, and cut his man so badly that Rotcbford had to be taken to his corner, beaten and dis figured, but still game as a pebble. Four men aro left In each claes for tho semi finals and finals. Summaries: laS-potr.Nt) class. Tirst noitt John burns. New West Side A. Client D Marshall. Humbler A. C. after three regulation rounds and an extra round of two minutes Second II mt-J. Munford, New Wrst Side A. C . beat R. Dwyer. 8C Kapnel A.C . lu threo rounds, two of which wore cut short by the rtferee. Third Hunt James Slctnlyrr. St Uartholomew A C . won by default, oeorgo clardlner of tho aameclub, forfpltlug. ourth Uout-Edward Streamer. Clipper A. C drew a bye. II.Vpounii ct.Asa. ,.!.r.t Dout Nelson 0 Frailer, Hudson A C. beat W iiiiani Uotchford, Chicago, lu three rounds, me last of wnlch uu cut aliort James 1, Hayes llrooklvn, J. J. Gross, New West tide A V. and William Dorr, hew Wrst side A. c. have ) et to box In this class. m'kvxe ii Jim siii:rtu.4 . Three f.lvaly limit 1'iitertnln Clubmen nt the llnheralan HMrflli I lub. Thn weekly boxing entertainment of thn Ilohcmlan Snorting Club, which was held Inst night was witnessed by quite n crowd uf re presentative sporting and clubmen 'I ho principal bout of thu night was Letween Gcorgu McKtuto of Newark and Louis Sheridan of Brooklyn. McKnne was seconded bv Hilly Kdwards. tho ex-llghtweleht champion Hilly received qulto an ovation when his presence was mndo known. Frank Abrahall was referee and Penny Williams attended to thogung. Thoopenlng bout was between Jlinni) DuITy of Boston and WIIIlo Barrett of New York. The limit was six rounds nt cnti h weight. It was give nnd take up to tho second round. In tho third DuITy brought his left glovo ntlllly surerul times on Ilarrrtt'a face and bod) Bar rett evened matters In the next threo rounds, and the ruferco was obliged to call thonffuiru draw. The second "go" of ton rounds between Hob. ert (lormley and James Moran. both of thin city, was stirring. Both men wern In condition and hit straight from th ahnulder. (lurinley tled his right with good i feci I" thn first round and had Moran clltichlnir. In Iho next round Moran rushed nnd forced the lighting Oorinley mot his leadB with straight UHm and had Moron lu distress, (lormley knorked Mo ran down three times befnro thn round ended. Moran was verv itrnggy In thu third and was floored four times befnro the gntigcnino to hie rescue. Slnrnn mado a grnnd stnnd rally In the fourth, but It was short lived. Ho wn sent down threo Hums beforn he realized tbnt (lormley was hli superior. 'lholat punch he receelvod was a light lino mi tho Jaw and Moron hugged tho boards again, IJP rofused to get UP tills time, and GormleygotthedoclBlnn. 1 he final Imut, whlcn Introduced Louis Sheri dan of llrooklvn and G urge McKuno of Newark was billed for twenty rounds. Tho pair caiiin together at llOponnds. McKunoIed from the slort but swung wildly, nnd Sheridan ducked all the blows. McKnne wa advised by hdwurds In the second round to lend straight, w hleh lioilld. Most nf McKune'a blows wero effective, and Sheridan began to hug. McKnne hit Sheridan on the ribs nud stomach In the third and had him staggering. Thn latter was weak and returned with mero slaps from his open glnt e. McKuno was the nggressur In tho fourth and pushed Sheridan to tho ropes. In tho fifth round Sheridan gain uu Iho struggle, and McKuno received the decision ninld eheora. Odd and End of Hport. Tbe Nyack Kowlng Association Is negotiating for lbs purchase of tlie properly surrounding Ita boat house, where tennis courts will b laid out In the spring The annual bowline and pool toornanunts or ih club will betln nn Jan. 1. h organisation tPn a most prosperous condition. The ofrioara are Clarence Lexosr. President; W. B. Conrad. Vice. President: w. w, Crosby, Financial Secretary O. II. Ulnn, Treasurer, "71 novr.xna. Salamanders) Drop Two Mora A. N. Tatsr. nasnent Hants. From present Indications the Salamanders will for feit their membership In tve American National Tournament, While tho Arlfngtons and Blackrs have not bean displaying much skill, both teams out played tbe Salamanders at the Grrmanla Assembly Ilooms alleys last night, The scorns : FIRST OCMT. Bleeoker-J. Deam, 1C7: D llush. 17: IT, Beam, 153; Lankenau, ISO; steffent, 101. Total, nog. Salamandar-Klucken, Mill Bcbnaler, 17i Long, heed, 107: Corroon, lot); O, Spahn, 140. Total, 788. RECOTD OX1IIC. Salamandrr-Klucken, 144: Sohaefer, IBDi Long, heed, ion: Corroon. lull; O.Mpahn. ISA. Total. 810. Arlington J. Dnemincrmtng, Br- !80i Addlcka, 180; arpa, lur); Mans, ihu, j, Boemmtrmaan, Jr. 174. Tout, usu. Tlltnll OMSK. Bleecker-J. Beam, I47i Bush, 1881 H. Beam, 14 Lankenau. lOli Hteffens. 148. Total, 78). Arllngton-J Boemnierinuun. Sr. 170! Addlcks, 14U: Arns, IMOi Mass, Its, J. Doemmermatcn, Jr. 148. lolal, 7 W. Interesting games weru rolled by the three compet ing teams In the Uncle Sam National teuraament at Fraenkle's alleys last night. The scores! FIRST OAXK. Manhattan Bicycle Club Ptlln. I48t Ilartaeh, 1B0 Fraenkle, 178; llciarland, Vib; 1'telfter, VS4. Tout, 838 lllverdale Von Behuekmann. 167! Cohn, 1M Wcndt, lsu; Rtoir, 193, Keep, inc. Total, 811. sitcosn osMr. niverdslo Von Rehuckniann, 170t Cohn, 17i; Wrndt, Xlt Stnfr, 178; Deep, UK. Total, 8B7. Hdella, ho 1 -Klbbel, III, Wagner, I8I1 Amann, 103; S. 11mm, 1 f7i Paulson, IDS Total, 83V. Tllltlli UAUX. Manhattan Bicycle Cluls-Pelln. 121; Bartsoh. 109; Fraenkle, XU3; llciarland, 150, l'felffer, 108. Total. WdellaNo. 1-Klbbel, 167: Warner, SOI: Amann, 1W0, S. Tlmm, 181, Paulson, 208. Total, 833. . The Bank for Savings team won two games In the Bank Clerks' League aer! at tbu New York Houl allejslastulght. The scores nrtHT oaux. Continental National Uank-whlte. 128: Hao donalu. H8; l'lckaru 172; Allen, 181; Waller. 18. Total, 043 American Exchange National Bank Armstrong; 163, Lee. 194; Jarvla. llv; WomI, lku, Kennedy, 17u. Total. 718. srroMi oamk. Continental National IlatiL-Whlte. 130: ataedon aid, U7. I'tckard. I8J. then. IU, Ueller, US. Total, Hank for Savings-Cromble, 164' Mott. 123; Walsh, 101, ellbson, Vii, Harriott, 100. Total, 070. TII1RII OAMl. American Kxrhanso National Bank Armstrong. 1VU; lee, 131- Jarvis, 124, Wood, 148: Kennedy, 114. Total, OHO Hank lur bavlngs-Cromble 164: Mott, 133; Walsh. 103. (itbaou, 143. Harriott. 171. local, 708. Following are tho scores of tbe games rolled In the A till, tie league asrlea at tho isorth End Club alley on Monday iiubt FIRST OAMK. New York A. C farter, 17S: More, 123: Toua. aalnt, 1411. Bell, 174, Shaw. 171. Total. 781. North F.nu Club Cadli, 143; Thorne. 108; Fer. guson, l'JU, Castle, lull, Oloiaga, 108. Total. 782. renin 0111. New York A. C Cirter, 20U; More, 189: Tous salnt, 1-12. Bell, KID. si, aw. 141. Total, 821. North Fnd Club Cviit, 107. Thorno, 188: Fer guson, 1st); Castle, lot, Oloragi, 192. Total, 888. TntibOAMn. New York A. C Car'er. 101: More, 148: Tons aalnt. Km. Bell. 181: Slaw, lao. Total, 771. North End Club Cadiz, 184, Thome, 107: Fer. guson, 178, Castle, 13V, Oloiaga, 177. Total, 833. Following are the scores of the games rolled In tho Diocesan Union bowling tournament of Brook lyn on Monday night: St. Peter's rerf. 100: Bilford. ISO: McCort, 13V. IkO, 137; Cnsgrove, VM. Total. 8V4 Assumption Carey. Us. Caxsanese. us- Mc Laughlln, 131, Begley, 138, Csrrnon, 140. lotal, 0111. sxcoin OAMK. Assumption Carey. 108: Casatnese. 133 Mo laughlln, 183, Hegley, .140, Carroon, 177. Total, b03 Une-ntUn Conroy, 130: Flynii. 119: Brophy, HI, Mulligan, 131; Fassbender, 178. Total. 073. THIRD OAMC St. Peter's Zcpf. 137, Belford, 163, McCort, 10V, Ig". 13V; Cusgrove. 140 Total, (lbs. v lucent Ian Conroy, 137. Plynn. 10V. Brophy. 123, Mulligan, 143, Fassbender, 88. Total, SVx. The games In the Annexed District tournament, rolled at Fbllng's Casino alleys on Monday night resulted aa followa: riasT oAvtc. l.oller-Hughes. 211; E. Leigh. 130: Dlneen, 133; Cruwe, lie, Byrnes, 17v. Total, sou. Ulraul F. brown. 137, Tletjen. 171: It. Ertwn, Con. Cox. 108, Spring, 149. Total, 881. FLXOS-p o tME. K. O s 3 Dulfer. 148: A. Weber. 120. W. O. Klr chofl. 103; Brugman, 154, C. u, KlrchotT, 138. To tal. 713. Holler W. Hughes. 101; F. Leigh. 150; Dlneen, 132, Crowe, 103, Brne, 13U. Total, 7J0. ttiirp ocir. Olrard F. Brown. 137: Tletjen. 107; rt. Brown, 12S, Cox, 173, Spring. 13. Iotal, 7K. K. O. S. 2 tiulfer. IIS. A. Weber. Ufl. W. Kir. rhorr, 124, Brugman, 1J1, S. O. Klrchofr, 138. lotal, 033. tOlRTIt ooir. list Morrlaanla Schachtzahel. IIS. Miller. 187; Melt, 143, Dexeii. 103. Hubiter, U04. Total. 887. Fleetwrod lUeuler. 104. Knaaer, 140. Harris, 17i, 1'srrett, UU, Post, ltil. Total, V. v.rtti OAMK. Ornve Hill Mitler. 124 j Darius. I-U. Potts, 127; l.oliltrck, 140 VViegsnd. 14 1. Total. 078. Fleetwool llleuler, 13i."Knaui r,17J, Harris, 133; Parrctt, l-!U,l'ost, 107. Total, 730. MXTll UaMIv. Orove Illll-Mlller, 180. Dirlus, Ita,- Potts, 144; Ilobltzrk, 140. Wlegand. I2J Total. 743. kast Jlorrlsanla lehaehtrabel, 111, Miller, 118; Men, So." Deken, 170, Ilubner, let. Total, 801; Both Centrnl I eaguo games rolled at the Elisa beth A. C. uheys on Monday ulght wero won by the 1'ark Club. Ihe scores host OAiir. Ellrabeih A C Ogdrn, 141, Vanderveer. 17t Chamlierlaln, 181, Veil-, lO'.i, Morrelt, 148. To. tat. 8U0. Park Club Van Buren. 1S2: Ball. 181: Uattbswa, 14J, orth. IV-', Thiers, IBS Total, 8J3. Sl i)M) OAMC Fllzabeth A C Ogden, 144, Yandarveer. 188; Ctianit.erlaln, I3i, Wells, 130, Morrelt, 188. To- park Club Van Buren, 108: Bill, 180. Matthews, 13J; Worth, 101, Tulers, 1(11). Tutas, 820. The games hot-vem the Mliabetu A C. and Park J". C. teama lu tlio Central .Now Jersey Lsague on Hon das nUhl rtsulted us follows riasT OASIC. Fllrahct'i A C-Ogdtn. Hx. Chamts-rlaln. lfll: Vandervier. 174 IUII, 10V.Murrell.I4H. Total, soo. Park 1 C Nan Iiurun. lei. Ball, 181; Matthewa, II.', North. 1VJ, Ihlers, 13S Total. 833. S.CI OXD OASIS. Fllraheth A C Ogden. 14, Chamherlaln. I3B; andrrvrer. 181), v ells. 138; Morrell, 188. Total. 813. I'ark 1. ' Uu Ituren, 180. Ball. IHO, Mallhavwt, 133 North, 101, Ihlers, 180. Total, 80. TheOrangoY. M C A ind the Blverslde A. C. teams rolled two games In the Suburban Athletlo 1 eague'at Newark nn Munda) ulcbt The scores tinsT oem Oraneo . M f A Ilohbs. 110. Murray. 138. Scher rer, Mi Mcuatrh l.'iT, lumpklns. IM7 lotal. 7h0. Illvi r de f Klslnr 130 Mldpnle, Ittli rilsstr sun IbO Iteist, I.l Jacubus, 17V. Total. 777. hl'A UNO CIHT. Oranire Y M. '' A -llnbbs 140, Mnrrav. 208: 8oher rer 1 1.' Mennili 101 rumpklns, HIT. Total. 884. Hivrrside e' Maher. I0J, itldpnle. sot. Slaser. son lo.' ltrise.nu Jobus.leo. rotal. 878. The llaniburgsnn I AtaUntas rollet two ganves In tlu Class It I.eouuu At Newark on 31uuday nUht, Th s ores nniT tiAMK. IlamburgB Braun 1T7, Woeipsr. 102 Brohman, J7" Dross. 131. Schroeilar, 112. Total. IV4. Atalantas-solulil, 134, Hmteman. IU.': Alltopp, 12-) J, HaUey, 101), loung, no. Total, 7U1. acroip nAME. llamimrgs-Prnun 144, Weelpcr. 144: Brohman, 197. Ilvnss, 151, Sehrunler, I3t Total, 73. AtalaJitas oluht, 161. lUgeinan, 160, Allsopp, UU, J liaise), 170, Yuung, l.'u, Tulal 7JV. The gvmes In the Ftaex County tournament at New. ark on Monday night resulted as follows FII1KT OAMK. rnerkelev A.-Malnes 20.: Otto. 188: Dsnnls. 187; Coililun, tSJ; Welnuurtb. 343. rotal. 1.004. Alpiia A.-lioll. JM, Mel auitlillu JU, Sayrs, 184, (ranks, HO; Mcoll, 181. Totad, U37. kXCOIP OAX1E. Prudential A. Plerson, 183; llrnoks, 178; Yoanr, lol. HehllT, 1U8; Taylor Iho lVtal.803 Alpha A. Hull. 21V. McLaughrin 181, Bayr. IBS! Iranks, 2I8 Nicole, I0J. Total. VJU. tiiiiid oxue. Brrkrlev A.-Matnes. 130: Otto. 201, Dennis, 188; Cnglilui, IHU; Welngnrtll, ITU. Toltal. B09 Prudential A.-1'lcrson. 304 Brnuks 218; Young, 1711, bchlir, 178, Taylor, 180. Total, VUI. The followinir are the scores of tbe games In the Jrrsr) city Bowling League, rolled ou Monday night: Htnrr uahk. Purltsn A. A.-Prlnr. 173: Buenblndsr, 140; rtyna, 142. Ifenrlcti, 131, Calhiart, Jul, Total. 787. Van Hergi-ns-Cassy, 140, Uray, 131, Patton, 149; Bald, 1J7, Lniils, IJ1. Total, osi sreoiin uamk. Puritan A, A -Prior. 171: Buehblnder. lt Plynn, 147. Ilenrlch. 144. Calheart, 187 rotal. 783. Van Hergena-Casey, 1HI. Ilray, 188, Patton, 173; Dald, 1103, Lnnls, 07. Total, 080, The scores of tbe games between the Lafayett and Nlantlo Whe linen in the Jersey City League on lion day night follow, Klantlo Wheelmen-pittmar. 137; Duan. Ill; Mor ton. 172i Srliai-dl.tr. 13s, Wrlgbt. IH8. Toul.Tll. Lafayettes-lleyor. J3JI Miig.l48; Nellson, 119; Duls, 111, Illchter. 111. lotal. TO J. l ( uvti llAstE. Nlantlo Wheelmen Dlttmar. 124: Dnan, 181 Nor ton, IJ8. bebaedler, 117. Wrlgkr, leg. Total. 870. Lafayettaa Meyer. 168 Mugko. U7, hei,on. 148, Duls, 137 Itlehter, 108. Total.JJ. The opening gatne of the vlc In thNwJrsey roretters' Bowling League was rolled on Monday nlkht, Tb score 1 (Jourt BllsalMth-WbltUxa. 163! Bhrsnu, I881 tte Connelt. 162i Nolan. 1741 BaratJu, U9i atautea, iai;IIusbaui 14 J, Scheu, 18ViMulford, 183 KuU. ,BCourrtlaii;o1ck'-Klfe lJi Bbslsr, levj. BUatus, j ,-n f. 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SXCOIO OAMK. 100n,0ro0n'tTS0li1.,,',0rP,e- 90i McCarshy. 178t Miller. 100; Conklin. 187: llenuing. loa. Total. 04. r5nr.e0Tl,t.D'lt.,Je,' JV3'' '-e Ucau. 164: Setter, 100; Wehrlin, 10s, Prior, 131. Total, 820. THIRD OAML lM,?.rlI,nJ'J-C!lnM,!,,0, Rbeek. 101 1 Mathews. 188; Ingram. 210; Brill. 108. Total, vol. 174; Wchrltn, llto. Prior, 143. Total, 700. I,V.SrT,,rUi'.-?LliV.1 ll81".' mn nt lhB Inter-Club rnTnS,hr.,nU.r.?,?Klr"'th"A"ror-Ur-"1' tarleton. and The score?' on """ t"1, fur flr" P1""- at thx invto rxcn-nnsT oak. Irving Club-Qulnn, 188, tlllpln. 183; Hagen. 158: Brooks lev: Spsneer. 147 Total, in H ' ' ""f P",c:"l7-TSto" r. 143. an stclen, 18(1; Ban. derson. 138, Stebulus, 137, Jranklsh, 1V3. Total, 88J. BKCOVD OAMt. t.IllLnK.SLub--'5ulnni ,57l OHPln 180; nagen. 174; Brooks. IBS, Spencer. 147. Total, 83J. "" -" .S!t-oCLu.br?.ton".,i 17.T' an Slclen, 108: Ban. derson, 173, Stebblna, l8v, Iranklsh. 163 Total. 87J. AT Till ACKOnA OHATA CLUH riRST OAMK. v i?.1)'0 1",.0:", Club-Parker. 147: Kapper. 188; Little. 1J8. Tucker. 143 K. Heard. 1 85 Total. 72 J. Lincoln Club-Unldrldge. us Wood lo. I'auch. 188; Young, ivy, Purdy, 160. Total.tjio. ",u;a' SkCOSD OASIk. ,1AU,"'''s"r"a Club-Parker. 100. Kapper. 181; Lit tle. 148: Tucker. 147. K. Beard. 10 fotal. 884. Lloeom Club-lloldrldg. U4, Wood 10O: Uorch. 143, loun. 163; Purdy. 181. Total. 740. uure AT THE kMCXCRIIOCKCn T. C-rtRST OAMk. , J?n,S5e,,bo!:l"r 'eld Club-Boocock 142, Nostrand. TitalSSS. "" ' " ' 1W ' llolm-. I"C Columbian Club-Burlelo. 144 Van Wyck. 148: Langan. 1.9, keiley, lbu, o Connor, 02. Total, 847. SECOXD OAMl. ,tSolosJ."vTc1k" Fl.'!d c,.7h- Deocyvk. 163. Nostrand, iB!!i,i.;JIolm,,'1JJ' McNeil. lSi, F. Holmes. 177. Total. BV4 Columbian Club-Burleln. 187: Van Wvck. 170: Langan. 173. Kelley, IbO. o Connor. 153. Total, 6L AT TIIK CVIOI LRAUCB CLCB rthsT OAHE. Union Leaa-vie Club-Porter. 133 Houghton. 187: Burrpugha, 14) Bobbins. 170, K. Lounsbery. los, ,iirr..rd Club Taylor. 17.1. Hitch. 133. J. Beard. 177; Usher. IVJ, Whittlesey. 131 futal, 80s. SECONP OAMfL union League Club Porter. 100: Houghton. 133: Burroughs. lu, Bobbins. 107. It Lounsbery. 13J. ,x'S.r!.''clV!?--,r,l!or- '". ""eh 172: J. Bsard, 131; Fisher. 180, Whittlesey. 131 Total. 843. """"' AT THE M1DWOOD CLCB-FIPJIT OAHX. Mldwood Club-stclnbugler. 105 De Seldlng. 143: Cone. 141. Johnson. 141). Havllan 1, 101. Total. 781. ,,'iD.?T'r F,u,fe:L"'' 17,t' inching 13): Andrews, 16!: Meyerle, 132, Orocxh, Ul lotal. 7J8. sr.coD iivsr. Mldwood Club "Uelnbucler. l-. D Seldlng. 168: Cone. 100, Johnson lov llaviwnd 150 Total. 741. Hanover ClUD-Ler 140 Kllelung. 134, Andrews. 144, Ueyerle, 100, urosch, lor leui. "05. The Clio Wheelmen nnd Tourist Cycle Club rolled tsvogamealn the Associated Ocllng Clubs of New Jersey series last nigln. Ine scores hist u am r, Clio Wheelmen It nere 184, O Otto 141; W. Mawbav 107. A. Bilchteoklreh, 137, A. Duke, I4V. Total. 778. Tourist Cycle Club J. Drew, 100. J Brvson. 131: J. Dumplii-T, ITS. J. Berdan, 117, 1". dosvan, lud. Total, Tov. SECOVP OAME. Cllo Whelmen-II Ileje. 1J4, O Otto. 175. W. Mawbey. 142. A Buchteuklrco. 1U1 A. Duke, 160. Total. 75H. Tourist Cycle Club J. Drew. 141 .1 Bryson, 168; J. Dumphey, 130. J L'erdan, 170 1 Cowan, 178. To tal, 7VU. Jlowllae flame To.N'lisht. American National Gotham, Progreas, and Al bion. Uncle 3nm National Manhattan Bowling Club, Oolden Bod. and Hlverdale. United Bowling Clubs, Section 1 Fidelia, Ori ental, and Empire. New lork Hoyal Arcanum league 0?den Coun. ell. Sclurus Council, and Audubon Council. Harlem Republican Club Mercur), Bachelor, and Lotus 2. - Thumann's Bleecker 1 .West Shore,ancLBTeecker 2. Brooklyn llojal Arvanum I eague-Itst New York Council. Palm Council, and Bedrord Council. Khler'a Oak Aurora. Ausonla. and Lnlersal. Capitol Senate Paragon, und Adelphl. Associated Cycling Cluba of Long Island requod W., South Brooklyn W., and llushwlck W., at Scbwalbaoh's al!)s. Brookln Diocesan Union Sts. Peter and Paul. Leo 1. and St. Kranels de Sales. Twenty alath Werd Manhattan vs. Essex, at Haller'a alleys. Athletic League Rosevltle A A. vs. Orange A. C. at lloseviu alless. Jersey City Club vs. Columbia Club, r Jersey city oilers Suburban A. C. League Columbia Club vs. South Orauge Field Club, at Columbia allnys. New Jersey Inter Club league Orltanl Field Club vs Plonrers. at Urltanl allrs. Hudson County Tournament Amerlcus A. A,, Amateur Association Palma Club vs. New Jersey A. C, at Palma alleys. Jersey City Lesgue Clintons vs. Puritans, at Clinton's alleys. New Jersey Association Riverside, Bpheroll, and Owls. Class It Union vs. Northern Republican Club, at Union alters; Field vs. Maple, at Field alleys. novellas Notes. U M. K. Forty nine In the fourth frame and sixty. nine In the firth, The fnllowlng members of the United Bowling Clubt have been aelected as the Nominating Com mltlee for omcersrfor 18971 Jscob-lunst. Louis Halmbach. Danlrl Irercks, Ad tv lit, ii, Harrison, Charles Nlglutsch, and Ueorgc Schmidt. George Fraenkle, the local 13eArold bow lee, again defeatod (rank Pctrle three sirtlght gtmes In tn Juvenile championship at Dsum'a Ilrnoklyu alless on Monday night. Ihe scores werei First fame Fraenkle, 181. I'etrle. 104 Second game rarnsle, 167; I'etrle, 188. Third gams Fr.veutle, 137, Tetrle, 1JJ. Tlarvant's Athletic Conmltteci steet. CAunitnxiE, Deo. 8. Tho Hirvard Athletlo Committee held a meeting this evening at the residence of I'rnf. J, II. Ilealo tn discuss tho forthcoming Harvard-Vale agreement, but nothlngof ihe result of the meeting would he given out by I'rof. Ileale. This leaves the na ture of the Harvard-Vale agreement as much in doubt as ever. Olaea and Iletk to HUoot OfT it Tlo vrltll Itevolver. The tie for second ond third places In the revolver tournament held last week uuder the auspices of the Knickerbocker Rovolvrr ( lub betweru Ouar I. Olsan of Mlnneapollasnd Theodore I. Peck will bn shot oft to-night imthe ranice of tlie Kulckerbockor A C. C) sen slid Peck lied with J-'H outof a possible 240 polnu Tlio 011a making tho hlnhest score tonight will bo placed In the tuuruey. 3ols or the ItlnK. F. S , New York - Vo, Fruuk Johnson, Scranton. Kllrslmmons, 187; Hall, 103tj I, Murphy, New rfc, Thry met atllrnnkljn on Nov, 13, 1888 Joe Bernstein has been mntchel to hoc nn un known al 1'hltadelpha the lattar part of this month, Jim Hall says (uni In about two nionilis ho will bo ready to bus any 168 pound man'lii the business, It transpires that "Fngllsh" Jtmmv Carroll broke his left ban 1 In his recent bout with Jack McAultlTe at Sau Irmclsco. Tho contest between Kid McCoy and Bill) Dough erty, whloh will be held at Johannesburg, rout!i AfrMa, is set for I) ee. 23. jo Ratenun, tho clever Washington feather weight, l oil' wltii "challenge to but any 118 pound miu In i"ie country Ired Morris ih "Black Cjclone," jrsfirday said that he lull t "! matched to box Dick llaker, col ored. len rounds at Albany on Dec. 2.' U Is sild that John L, Sullivan will look af. ter Pave Sulllvju s Interests In tho futuro The big fellow, it Is reported, wauts tu nntrh ulllvau against Jimmy Bwry, Dithoit, Prc 8 Two flnlsh fights er pullod oft on nn I e I ari,n lu th mlilUio of the Delroli Itlver. while dilfllng dmrn stream last nlglti About 200 sporis were aboard The first boutivas between Churle) ''"".''' "col h light weight, and frag Stncklieuse of Detroit Cross received the 1leclsn.11 In llie i"lrl 'ollnd Thn main Ikiui was lieinteu Jimnu I asy ?' 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LasVeropened with a Kuy I.uper, rrhlcli btelnttz. as in the eecond game of the series, defended with 3... 111)4. The ctcran fell back upon his old, peculiar defense. 1. P Q 3. the game proceed Ing as follows: 4. P-Q 4. 11-0 2- 5 Kt-D 3. KKt-K -: n. P x P. P x P: 7. Il-Kt 5. P-K R II; H K H x Kt, P x P. Ac. Plav wait rather In tcrestlnc throughout, nnd early this morning Slelnlt? marfp ll a drawn gamu vs Ith a perpetual check alter llftr-tlse more. 'Iho fenre now btands: Lnsker. 6: fctelultr, 0 , draitn, 3. English t'rliastfrs Arrssm to Play sa Philadelphia Team. , London, Dec. 8. Heprcsentntlres from tb rarlous county cricket clnbs held a meeting to day to arrange the schedule of tho games to b " played next season. Secretary Alcoclc of th Surrey Cricket Club said that he had been staked to arrange a progrnmme fo-n sorles of games with tbe Philadelphia eleven, the games to bo played In .Tuno and July next I In further said that the Phlluilrlplilali" had alwats been ex tmnely liosplluble to r.nullsli cricketers who . tIMIrd their city. ... I riirdliiglo tho schedule the first gamoof 1 tlio I'hlladi'lphlans. still he played against th I' Oxford I ultrrsltt eleten, at Oxford on June 7. and the series lll close at London on July .'9 itha match 1th tlio "-urrcy ti am. The Tlslt of thn Americans will bo n source uf pleasure to the ) ngllsli players, ho desire tn reciprocate th man;' cnurteslra nnd nttontlnn paid to them dur- i lug their slalta to the United blutes. llnaketbull Note. I Tho liasVethall team of the Ils. nidee A. C d. J sires games sMth all teams lu this vlclull). Al. dress F. Turner, 115 Worm street. Tlie V, P. 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