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fe THE SUN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 7, 1897. ) ' HR
P P YACHT LEAGUE DESIRABLE m 1 ;, , cuaiuiTir.it or ihk sntr runic r. k ('. i'ayous iitt: kciujmi:. t(, A la Their lienor! to th Club Ih Hesrea Ma fift u. U'lm Itm-e the Mutter In Hilars Will ate' 9 Wttur AVIiy n nnelaet Oreaattatlnn I l& ' Nitfainrjr-Trouble xteetect to rlton. M$ K At a epet IM racettne of tlie New York Yacht li' jr Club a short tlmo ago a recolntlon was pre- Bra ?. aentcl tlint th club should mil n meeting of Wt& J reptesHtitatlvcs of other jacht clubs for the K j, unrposc of organising a yalil rnclng league. $ y Tim question was fully dlnustcd, ar.d una B(u' i itnull submitted to n comiulttco of seven to H7y. i consider whether It was advisable for the club Hp? J' to tali such action. Thin committee will bold H ? A a meeting soon, nml report bncV to the clu'i. Kf' if The report of thoso favoring tho aoheme Is as W follnws: UX "The ohltct of this proposed Yacht nactnu ft w Lenguu of Auierl:a. na explained In the mo- SalV """ '' tn csmhllsh uniform co-oporatloii on .J ' measurement, chuilflcntlon, and racing rules. 8'f, I' the promotion nf yacht bulldlnir, the encour- Hj( ngement nnd development of the sport, and HjL' j Ui preservation yachting Mstorr nnd rac- H,r , Inir record", and In addition to all this, to Hgy reach tho fundamental principle upon which Ht every eport must to based. I. f., fairness and Mf utlcotonll whoengacoln It. Take any sport M Indulgol In the world over, nnd we cannot I! ml H-r) ono that Is euccrssful except It bo governed by K ; fair and Just rules, with penalties for In- Hiii ' rrlngeitent. HJtfr o "Tli difficulties under which many regatta l i corauiltlces often labor la endeavoring to un- Mb. .' derstnnd und construe the meaning ot racing H ( rules Is most unfortunate, nnd often remits In H?'- thilr wrongly deciding protests that Iimh BJkS lxcn lodged with them for daclsion, thetoby Hi ' ' depriving an Innocent party of justice. This EBt league would obviate such a condition of nf. II 5 fairs, as tho regatta committee roar tt any IBh tltna apply to n council for Instruction, or they V may nt their plrnsuro refer nenso In Itsentlre- wMi! ty tn n supremo council, nnd bo relloved from K' nil rist-nnstblllty: further, jhnuld a regatln H, r outuuilttce elect to decide any question or pro- Bsl test, tho Inlured nnrty would hnto the right Bk. of nppenl to the highest jachtlng tribunal In Ha tho totintry I. '.. n supreme council, n body Hj nf thrc, composed of men experienced In WM i yrrhilng, crsea In the rules governing the HV rim-', and uhoso opinions would lmo the re. k4 ' uprct of the yachting, world, knowing them to Mn bo unlitnud nnd free from any tersonal prelu- Ha dlcei. This, gentlemen. Is ono of the mono B' et arguments In f n-or of this mm emont. as It HB'; menus tbnt n yncblsraun can get lattice, even M If raring In any section of tho country, and pro- H-, tec's him ugnlnst tliu poislhlo Incompetency Hi' of a re:nt.n ommlttee. Hil "Thor.- was n tlms when tho New York club was tho onlv yacht club In this country, and HK from the Interest It has Inspired In till sport Ht In tlw l"-i"t fifty-odd tears huve orown many HH, ) acht club. 1 cnted on tho Atlantic and Pacific HB'- coasts the great lakes, nnd tho (lulf of Mcxl- Bi' co. Now these clubs h.-uo (taring them In tho H v faco ditestlnns that It Is dlfllcult for them to Hi Y linndle from lark ot oxpsrlonce. nnd has re- H,V! suited In euth (lull or section making their HBtr own rule of measurement, classification, and Hi$ raring rule, which n.'ten lieget trouble, and It HB Is tli dc;lre tn nrercoino this dltflculty that HB has nJCL'eied this us one mtelit say national HB Li"Viimnt. Hl''' "The great Imnnrtnnce cf having uniform Hal rnranurrmeut and clailllcntlon Is bsyoud i)ues- Hfli Hon, ni saclits built In one seoitou of tbts Hjb rnuiilrv would then Uo eligible tn men In any HKr' olherjsi'cllou lit the clns for which they worn HI onglnnlb Intended, and. us tho limit Is bound HB to h" rraihcii In the actual rpeed nf new es HB-. ' I' will t'Vi'iitunllv mine domi toil tUcs- Hat'' "" "' ciiiidlllnn; and hnndllng.'nnd as long WWi an tliero Is a tmsilblllly of ay.clii winning, HH Ihu nnuvr will enter races, thereby heinlng up .Hail Ihu Interest In the Mmrt. nnd under such tnnul- HjV '.Ions mu inn sllzi' how Important would Lo JHal'" " ,ut of raring rules to govern all races HHf i tailed In this inunt.y. which rules would tw Hlli knonto rverv racing man. and. thnrefore, Hti ' limit Hi" iHisslblllty of accident, which olten njW- i und gcncriilly incurs through Ignorance o.' HH the rulrs gncinlng the race. BO "llmv mild U nil eel tho promotion of yacht HH? building? ll brineln tocether tho yachts- HBv men of the cnuntrv. exchanging h'eas. and C.e- HM' trrmlulng uin tho clossvs to build tho next I , iciiKin, and. s tho rules and classlflrntlnu HI,'' ' woulil lw uniform, grent Interest would bo Hal'' taken, nml tunny who had no Idea nf building HHf? would Iki 1iiutc-c1 wltli the Interest shoivn HH and dectdo lo ente. the list of competitors for HHi purlhlu honors. LHai'. "l'lier" Is another very Important factor, and HH' ; that Is the preservation nf the yachting his- HB ' tnry nnd rHtlngrecordsnf the yachts In Amer- HH i Icn. In Kngland oro published escb rr the HB; official racing records cf (be yachts of that H' country. Wny should wo not have them HK'' berrV Thore hnvo been some attempts at such HHr a work, hut ns It lOinofllclal. It Is neceisarllr HHv full of errors. Now It Is pposcd that the HH' leagiiK uubllsh such n record, which would be HKi othclully tnkrn from the reports nf the soernl HH'i; Itegnttn L'liiiimlilces (if the clubs belonglngim HHi" tn lessue. Hf'f "It Is n rccociilzed fact that the New York HH-; Yiclit Club ! the nnreut racht club ot this HB country; now. ilil should It not assist In HB' tdui'iitlng the younger rlubs up tn u htgner IHl'- stnndnrd.ln torintof roernmont und manner of IHB', hanititng their races.' DHli "L'nderstand that it is not tho object of HH:; I this league to dictate tn any club the nnmPer HHt1 of rnccs It frtinll hold, or that It must ulseupen IaaaaaT I rruttt i; nelthtr does It In any way atlect thn minimum limit nf slzo of tho yachts en- tilled to representation In this club, or affect HBr ' thn conditions governing special cups held by HBU tl.o ciub. H)' "It might lie nrgued that the only objection HB to the lengua would be that It would take away MjBl frr.m tliu New York Yacht Olui the power to IaaaT.al' miiko its own ruling rules, and, la answer, wensk, would It? "r'irst ihould a rommlttee bonppolntcd In comnllatKo with the motion before you. It ,. would tin ivllhln their province to forroulnta a i.t nf rules In ncrorilnni e v.ltli tliu rules now In fone In this club, nnd oubmlt them to tnn JBJ II' convention for action, nnd. lr not acceptable HBr" tn thnt bndr. this club Mould not be bound to flamit recouiir.eiid unythlng diftcrent tn the club: HIT' hut It Is fair tn assume thnt the ruins propured BBr I hy tour corrmltteo wnuld Lu n::eptable from BHf 'bo fact that Mime tnentv-lle clubs within BB "t,v mllei of New York lime ul ready adopted Blf Ihtm. and theio Is mi reason to suppose any HjP ' chnnge would be desire. I. Now, If the rulej Hi; i eulmiltt"(l by jour touunltteo nre aciemed HBU B"d adopted, wherein dues It take nway from HBrH the dub the tmuerof making Itnoun ra.lng HBiR rulesr If tho argument u-lurs tn luturenmeuil- HBPU tneniH, wu reel that tin nniendnicnis or ihnnges Hal II would be RpnniMMl nnd ndnnted by the league Hh'Ii ' w.tboiit It iwiuld bit for tin1 adviiniemcnt of HKll ",e sinrt, n such nu amviidmeiit uuuld tlrst HHI huw lo bo Niibinltted to tlie council. In whlali HBU.I tlie New Vi,rk .ucht Club would be largily jHH' ruiiiosuiit 'il.imd duly undid over and con- HB sid-n-d by thnt li(,dy. and, if nn,iroed by n BBnl tun-thirds vote, tn bo then submitted tnn su- HBrl premn council. In which this cluli Mould bo IBSi'l "'"" represenleil, lorupiu'oviil or veto, nnd for BH',-1 this reiiMin alouu we feel rnntldcnt that no ohnngo HBJV would In iiiailn except lor thu liest Interest of IBM ' I "s sPnrt- Bfl Si "Kuithnr. no minor objectionable detail Bail should bu nllnncd Hi Intert-ro with or preju- Hjl r dice any action or this mngiiltude, ns It tould IfBjl ' I certainly bu unfilled lor nnd guurded against BjTm such a loinmlttrons Mould bo nnjKiliitud." I Hal'! ATI..IST10 TAVltr Vl.VJV.1 CUAXOKS. I Bl I Troitm In 1'nvar or Ustlnt front liny I IM I Klilcr tn Men Unle, SlBJ'l A sjicclnl meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of IH I thu Atlantic Yacht L'lubnaa held jesterday IHh aflernoun for tho purpose of considering the Bfl-i report of thu committee relative to the moving HHI. I of the club house from Hay Itldge to Hea (late. BJHJm All the lueiubeisof the boanl n era present, and HB I ex-Couimudnre Nuwberr S. I.nwtou.Col. David I tB K. Auslun. Henry 11. Howolls, and (ieu. Whit- II I lock and thu ll.igutllrersnere Invited. . I. llnuors I 1H I Jlaxwell of the schooner Kmcrald presided, and 1 IM I ' ' lieconiinlltee, composed nf .Major J, Kred Ack 1 111 I eriniiu, T. I.. Arnold, und Col. A. I. Kelchum, J fffjl I armed with mupsand plans of thu new grounds, J HI I apoku upon tbeadvautuges of thochange. Tho HJi trustees ileciileil tn report In furor of the HHI projeciut tiieiiexi regular meetingof theor. Bl HBJL1 lanuultun, Mik-u imII Uu held curly In Feb- Birr liaBllH '1 he Mdienie, nhlch Mill cost In thu neighbor- II i houd ni ii..inJU, U in buy u plut ot ground UUO WBlli ' by L'OJ fvet, p.iitof ivlneli .s ui proent under BjWI , wattr, but will bo lilted In by the hen (lata Club; BBD 1 roinniu tlie pnnent club house, wliluli Is built BHB r on lilies and inn be taken aiuiit In secllniis, and BBD I rebuild It at M-a liule. Tho lioui-u will be en HHI ' liii'jcd, nnd I'liilori, blllluid Imlls. dining, UB t model, and blcclu rniuiis added. (Jlf thn club IB I house will bo an unctioragu Inr yachts, dredgid MB t tnllinileuthof lwent leel.nnd the tliu eminent ! wlllbeiuiliiiiiii-d n buililn brruknaier. thereby JJ(H I uiukiug tliu UKin mi ab-oliituly Mttn uiichomue. VI HI M The cluli luiipuwstii run u hienmer from inn . J Ilatttiy ton pier adjoining the ilub nhnrf. It IM T? will bu linpOMiblu li lliiimi thu work of dredg- W II -iiiguud lllling lu tlinu lor tlm juclillag season. I IB Jl llunds Mill be Issuetl, however, to cuver Hie Bl Til esilmaled cuit of the luiprotemeuts Iniineill- HlaWr ntely after thu club meeling.iiud the work will IUHll be puthxl fornnrd ns rnpullyus possible. When B'BliriJI work on tliu new houko aim Its accessories Is BjcHSIH-' Ilnlshed, Iho Allanno Club will havo onuof the BSHfiJJr tlursl homes of any yachting organisation in BjHUlli the country. nil ran routs or tacuisubx. Offleera Nomlaate'd br ha Ntnr Torsi aaa Heawnnbaka-t'orlathlaa Club. The Committee on Nominations nf the New York Yacht Club, consisting of C. Oliver Iselln. O. K Illves, Heymour I, (lusted, Jr.. Harry V. I.lppltl, Frodcrlck (I. llourur, K. ET. Chase. J. U. Ileresford. Chester Oris old, V. II. Duncan, J r., and uswnld banders, filed Its report ) ester day, which was posted on the bulletin board nt the club house. 07 Madison avenue. The an nual meeting and election will tako place on Teh. 11. As exclusitely announced In Tin: Su.v, J. I'lerpont Morgan heads the Hit of lligofllcers as n candldato for Commodore, taking V.. M. Urown'a plate, LonliCnss Leilynrd, the pres ent Hear Commodore, linn been nominated for Vice-Commodore, In ulnco of Henry I!. Ward, while Augmt Uelmont Is lo bo tho new Itear Commodore of the club. Secretary .1. V. S. Oddle. Treasurer K. W. J. Hurst. Measurer John Hyslop. and Klcel Surgeon Morris J. Ascli hsv been renominated. There will be n new ltcgtttit Committee. lioMetor. The full list of culidldntes Is as fnllmts: Co iinioJore J. I'lrrpout Morgan, slesm yacht Cor- Vice-Commodore-!.. Cass Ledyard, ichooner Ion- ilesr Commwlore Atisust Drlmont, cutter Mlnrola. Scerrlsry-J. V.s. Mill. Tresiiurer-y. W. J. Jlurkt. Mrsiurrr John llytlup H.il Hurifini-lir. lorrlJ. Airh. llesstts I'nmnilllee-Jnbii C. I'nrron. Throdors C. Zen K. slid lr. W. I'srinn Itupktn. CoiiiiiiIII' on AiliiiixiniK-I'dxiaril M. Ikown. C. (Hirer Itelin, I. i.'sss Liuysrd, W. II. Dumsu. Jr.. and James A. Wrlziit. Ilouw C'iiliiniltte-r.. I . flme, I". l Cronltr, I'. II, Ilnln.l'. . K. Iloblnmn.nort Alfreit Hryiafs. Library Committee lordlisiu lorrl, Arlbur II. Clark, and A. V. II. Kills. Committee (in IK MUllnns Wllllsm II. Thomas, I, flay Itlitu! IrnlericKll Hem diet, i. New York. Knit Titnl).U(li ureeli l". A. cllerlllellorn, II While Hoiiui I. Saustiiii'lsrU. s,,New Iniiilniii Irrnl I'm turn, S. Hhsltir Is'andi Knli neit I', Hands, 0, .New. lwrti I'redrrlek llrlnnell.T. Vlneiard llsvein John i-. Iiimesn, H, Allantiu HIkIiIsiiiIsi A. I. barber, V, Anliley.on lluiliont ,. It. Ladew, 10, Uleu Cote. RlltWAMIAKA-LOIIINTMIAN Y. C. KIIMINATlnNS. The annual meeting nf the Hcnwanhnku Corinthian Yacht Club will bo held nt tho club bouse, lu Knst Twenty-seocnd street, on next Tne-dsy, when ofllcers nnd standing committees w III be elected and rations for lHlld submitted; also the adoption of ptnposed nmendtuents to racing rules. Tho following Is a list of ofllcers thut has been posted in tho club huusol Cummndore IlenrTt! ark I'.oute. sehounerlroquols Vlre-CooiiaoJore-H. Vau lumselaer Cruger, a.oop lnnolnnt. Hear Lommoilore Henry A. Van Llsw, tteam yacht Amnio. nri retary-Charlei J. Htevena Treasurer Waller C Hubbard. testiirrr-Jolin llysloii. Meet H.irjrini -Pr. t alrullne Holt, Kieel Chaiilalii- (leorge It. Vaiiitnwater. D. n. Truslera-To siKveoi Ctisrlca II. Inland, V. Emlen rtoovelt, and Ilenr) ntaiitnu, re-Uned. ami In nlaee or Wllllsm Km Ike. Walter 0. Hiibnard, Waller c. Kerr, and Aumiiln I'. Montant, wIioch Krnis of nrflee eiplre, but wtiti are eligible for reelection! I Lemy ireser, rreilene da I' hotter, luiurt! K. loulke. Ilenry W, )la)ilen, Henry Karqiinnd, Ion K, d Orrmtrull. Charles A. I'iisi. an I ilurdon WemleP. liaee Committee-Oliver K. Cromwell. I), lernr tiresser. Waller C Kerr, Charles A. bhrr.uau, aud C. W. Welmor. Cotnniltte nu lectures snil Entertainments-Clarence Uoailby an 1 lleilmrt U l itlenee. Cooimlilee mi l.tnes and JloJela John Ilyilop, A. Cory Miilih. and W. J'. Hiep'ien. Law iommiiir-l'. King. bury Curtis. Alfred Ely, and f. U I', tust.r. 11 AX It TUX IS. Tfntta Oat Into (he Flnnl for the N. Y. A. C. Cbamplouabtp. The Interesting tournament fur the hand tennis championship of the Now York A. C. has almost run Its conrse, and the decisive mntch wilt bo played on next Haturdav. The seml-llnal match plned yesterday afternoon atlncd the gymnasium frequenters to an unusual pitch of enthusiasm. Tho rivals were I). C. Watts und Samuel T. Shnw. The former rut loose after a blank Inning with a grand run of nineteen, and, after killing his opponent's next sorvlce, got In ngalu fur a startling hunch of eight on service, volleying, and all-round play. They scored pretty evenly afterward, and Watts run out the game with a wldo margin of nineteen acca to spare. Watts followed on for one. and after blank ing Shaw, got In for lo more, bhaw then made a determined stand, nr.d, with bunches of even, two, and three, readied twelve tn liln opponent's three Inthellrst four Innings. Watts tnen scored one, but Hhaw promptly responded with four, and seemed to bate tho game In bund. He went tn pieces lu thu next two Innings, howuver, und Walls followed a run of five with a brilliant clusternf eleien. bhaw pulled himself together and Increased his string by nix, once more tuning the lead. Watts fol lowed with tun, and thu score read " Sly all." A desperate struggle ensued for three Innings, and neither man could score. Hhaw was first to raise tho siege. He cut In for one. but he lost his hand In the next rally, and Watts got posseslon for a run of three, which ended tbe match In his favor. Tali leaves Watts and Donohuo to playoff for thH trophy aud title. The scores yesterday follow: nnsT CIAME. D.C.Walts 0 V 8 0 1 1-33 b. T. Shaw 0 0 0 13 110-0 SECOND UAMX. D. a Watts-. .1 300 101102000 8-11 B. T. Shaw 0 7 a J s 0 0 ll 0 0 0 I ,,-tl Iteferr-E. J, Urannlm. I.liieimou-J. It. Ilaslln and J. l.owcrre. New York University Athlete. The gymnasium of the New York University has been Improved. Several rooms In the east end, which wero formerly used for other than athletlo purposes, hnvo boon thrown Into tho main floor, and considerable space has been added. It Is proposed to utlllio this for rowing mnchlnrsas soon us It Is definitely decided to put a crew on the water. Other roams at the southeast corner, which are at present unused, will shortly bo fitted up for visiting tenms. in addition tn the handsome set nf cups do nated for athletic work. Commodore David Hanks tins presented sweaters to sixteen candi dates for the 'varsity football team. The base ball men hope that the luanngemunt will fur nish nets to form a rage for exercise. Without these are forthcoming It Is not likely that there will be much Indoor work. Howard Hill has been elected senior repre sentative on the Executive Committee ot tho Athletic Association. Nelton II. Hatch Is tbe sophomore member. Vivian . Tompkins, '08, champion college gymnnid. has been appointed captain ot the gymnastic team. Ilasketbnlt. The Knickerbocker A, C. and the I'anivood A. C. of the Deaf and Dumb Institute wern thn contestants in a match game of basketball at tho Knickerbocker's c) mnaslum last night. Tho homo players had over) thing their own M-ny in the first half, nnd stored twelie points, wlillo thn Funwiioda inado only four. In thuticond half the play Mas more eten, each team scoring it goal on it foul. Thu visitors played a fine up hill game, but tho lend nt tho Knlckerhncki rs was too much for them to overcome. The final score was: Knickerbockers. Ill points: Kan woods, d. The teams lined up as fullons: Knirtrrbotker A, C tinlmis. lintr(od A. c. Kenttn 11 1 forward Kill J.Kenney leapt) . IllKlit forward .Mel ey Kelts (eutre .Cookicipr.i Carbonnel Leftdefcnc j SuV.?!!1" Tiiliinal'7 Illjht defence U-iulerdo Ilsfrrce (1. H. Salmon. Coals from field ICenwn (ill. J. henney (Itl.t'arunnnel III, It. Kenney (li. Kills CJi. Ilnilafrom fuul-J, Kcunej, I'.IIU. TIlue Itteu-t)-mluuie hatves. Racquet. The fourth racquet match in the members' handicap swropstaKcs series for a silver cup at the Itacqnet and Tennis Club was played yesterday afternoon. Tho opponents weru I), c. Clark and O. W. Illrd. each receiving tivo nces from scrntch. und therefore meeting on level terms. Illrd kept his rival buty In llu curly stages nf tho mutch, aud won two games In succession, Clark then settled down, and. In sharp sorvlco unit ellcctlve all-round play, took lists next two games and evened thu senre. He fnlliiwid up his run In thu deciding gnme, and won thu rutiber In good form. The scores: Ii. ('.Clark 10 a 15 in 18-fis O.W.Dtrd IB 15 a li 11-45 Ilimebull, I.NniANArot.is, Jan. tl.-A deal was consum mated hereto-day that Is of Interest In National Daieball League circles, and especially to Cincin nati, It Is it trade hereby William Dnmmun. ihelefi-buudcd pltchi r of the Indianapolis Cluli, fines in CiiHlnuittl lu exchuuge for Catcher Cehor, Illllv llruy.aml Frank Foreman, pltilter. There was no money consideration, but It Is understood that tho Cincinnati management Mill retains a hold on Kehoc, vv ho is said to be u promising young catcher, 11 ray and Foreman are released outright lu Indlanupulls, A Clash Iletnrcen the lloaton and Fblladal lihlu Clnlia, IiosTON, Jan, 0,-Presidont Soden of the Doston Club said yestorday that Manager rJeleo was completing arrangomonln to go to Augusta, Ha., with tho team, Yesterdav word caino from Philadelphia to thu cllect that Manager blull luge hud secured un option on the grounds ut Augusta, and should tbe Ilostnn I lubgn them It iouid have to piny on thu open lots, Mnuuger Mailings has Invited thu Detroit Club logo in August fur Its spring practice. Ah Mailings Is well acquainted vtlth thu bouthern country It will be Interesting tu nolo hie little tilt with the lloton manager. Manager Donovan will leave Ilnston to-morrow for l'ilisburglivvhere bu will so lo work atouce to sign his mrn'for next season. i l jYicrra or tub iritBitz.itiix. iretl.KaOTvn 'Weatera IXIdsra nsa la tha rroreaslnnnl Hanks, The lUcing Hoard of tha U 1. W. naa'trana ferred some well-known Western riders to the professional ranka during the week. New amateur and professional records have been ac cepted. Tits offlclal'.bullstln contains the fol lowing: ltceords Ac-epted Amateur Ten miles, unrated, flying start, agslnst time, 23101, and twenty Are miles, tinpaecd, flying start, against time, tiOtifO, Dy A. K Ilaekenbergrr, Denver, Nor, in, muni triplet, unpaccd. flying start, agitnst lime, by a. 0. I'errle, A. A. (Iraeey. O. F, O'Neill, I'htladtl pliln. Aug, V7, I "HO l One ndle, UlOOi two tnl.e., i!7 1 Si three miles, AiHV: four miles, 8H3i nve miles. I0IS7 1 5 six miles. KllUi serrn miles, 15i'.'!) 1-St elcht rollei. 17-43 35! I.ln miles, IUI57 3 Ot ten miles. 22HU 1-5 eleven links. 54ri5j twelve miles, iiililS: thirteen miles. yil:0 'J 5: four teen miles, 31:07 3 8: fifteen miles, 33i3li I Si six teen miles, USl-IH 4 Si serenleen miles. 38:0(2-3: ruhteen miles, 40:-.'0 3-5: nlntteeu mils 42134 S-fit twenty mil's, 44:50 I3 twenly one miles, 47103 S-6 twenl) two miles. 4W.-Ji twenty-threa miles, 5:37 3 Si ttteuiy-fnur miles, 53:50 X S twenty fire miles, COKI'J 3..i twenty-six miles, SlilS tf-Si twenty-six mites 1,37.1 I3 yards, un paced, njliu start, acslnst time. In on hour, I'rnfesslonsl On mile, pwed, sta-vding start, competition, Xioh I 5, by V. A, Terrlll, Sun I'rn clteo, Nor. SI, 1 K'J.li three miles, pscet, standing start, competition. Tint; four miles, pace J, stand ing start, tnmpelltlon, OtOU 4-3 Are miles, paced, standing start, competition, llll3 4. S, by Walter V. loiter. San Krr.ccUco, Nov, IM, IB'.iO, .Sanctions Oranted Jan, IS to 23,11. F. Blake, Jacksonville, lis.: Feb, 22 to 27, Catcago Cjrle Ilaclng Association, Chicago, Declared 1'rofesslonals A. O. Parker, Kearney, Nli. Lestci K. eisioti. Col u m out. Neb,: Jo Rin nan and John Vox, Shrlbr, Neb.s 1. II. Hurt, Au rora, Neb.: J, It, Pnrll, nradeoslllt, Ta., own rs qu:it; William Jordan and Chris rtohnet, Ltnllnr burg, N. Y.i K. C. Freeman, naratoga Springs, N, V.l Oenrgo Darber, Colioes, N, Y, Suspended Por stx months, from Deo. 30, fr competing In unssnetloned races after warning, A, O. Purler. Kearney, Neb. i Lester H. Blston, Co lumbus, Neb,: Joe Ktnnan, Shalby, Neb,i I', II, Hurt, Aurora. Neh. For competing In unsanctioned races after warn ing, six month lias been added lo thn terms of sus pension placed upon (Jus (Incke, Yurk, Neb., and John Pox. hhelby. Neh.. making satno expire April J, 18'Js. and Oct. 11, leV7, respocllTeiy. Tho member of the National Assembly of tliu 1.. A. W. resolved last sour to decide the award of thn national meet be'ore future As sembly meetings In order to remove tho gen eral exchanging nf totes. The Kxecutlve Com mittee or the League, consisting of Sterling Klllott, A. ('. Morrlton.nnd C. 1'. Cossum, has (sued the following statement in relation to the award of thu ILcct this eur: It ttasdeellrt by the Kxooiitlee Committee that the rr.ou sutltfaetory plin ttnuhl tie to call for n malt ton- nf timtn member wh wo-, Id cnnslltiito tlie next Nnltnnut Asteaibly. Tn plan of voting will lu as followsi To rnAh man entitled to tot will lo sent a card, ruled on the plan of the Aus tralian ballot, and enntainlnri tho usmes ot thoie elite slii.ti nave inaa furuial applleatlon for ihe mett. Tnv voter I aked lo place au X opioslt Hie ramonf the elty he ttlshes tu vote fur, but the ballot It tn contain nothing which wnuld Identify It or show by whutu H was votej. When th ballot It maraud It Is to be itlaeeil nv tb voter In a plain enelopo unC sealed. In plain envelnim la idea enclosed tu another, iipo-i tthlch Is printed it blank, tn Piling our ur ivhlcn tt 111 atiuw the uam ami ad dress of the inter. This Is lo be malle-l tn the Bee-re!a-y in i. ILIro envelope, stamped and prlaled for Itin purpose. These envelopes ar In b opered by the Secre tary oa reb. u at 1'J o';locx In the pretend nf ttho ever may t Interested In the count. After the oilier eiietn;,ea are retnoTed tl.o sotes Mill lie cheeked vp by the list uf assembly members, Utieii this Is uutie;tne lilank envelopes win l- iuk ea out and mixed totfether, to Le after art opened ntnl the totes rounred This has Ixen de elded ui'Oii atbilng the fairest method of voiiiik on an liiipurtant question of this kind, and Ims thn additional advantage thai eten those who see ant count the haltnta cannot know bow any man voted. The bMlots will be sent out about Jan. 12. NOTES.. A meeting nf the Brooklyn Itlcycle Club will b held ou next TueaJay nlxht. Olio ZeUler, Jr., of Man !'ram.ls?o, the well. known profes.onul, ha Issued u ehallenx tn ra(o any man on the I'aclfle coast for a ai.non purse. Thu Scottish Cjcllsts' I'ulon. In abandoning Classes A and li aud adopting amateur and pro fessional rating, has decl lea that any member nf the trade shall iiecnmeuprofostionalliy applying for a racing certtneaie. that any amateur infringing aniat--ur rules shall be suspended for three months before receiving a professional's cerlineste. Tho (Ireetittteli Uteetmeu of this elty Installed their i.ewly elected officers on Tuesdav night and presented mltesge medals to the club members who rod over 1,000 miles last season. F. F. (loodmnii of thelUverslde Wheelmen rode 8.500 miles last eur. Tn annual meeting of the National Cyels Hoard or Trade will b held la this city ou Jan. go, when new ofticcr will be elected. The mlleac records of thn Whirling Dervishes nf Hrooklyn are as follows! Arnold. 7,I'J7; Fullerion. n.104: Wltitrlngham. 5,043: Walker, 0,034; D. Van Vin-k. 3.023: Merrill, O.iin'Js ltemolds. 3.350: Lewis, 9.U45, La Manna, 2,tS0i flaron. 'J.al'; ilun roe. 2.77S: Sllllson. 2.n33i Trowbrldkr. 1.7C1. The (Irester New York Wreelmeu hav.- elected the followlns (iMetrai President. O. II. Kmlln; First Vice rrvsliienr, C, .lamer; Second Vice I'resMent. G. hearlea, third Vlre-1'resldenl, A. Hollnn; Cor resounding Sccirtnry. J I- Haynioud; Treasurer, C. lleiier; CAiiialo. J. Hartjens. rsnk Mieliinii nt in Kliixs County Wheelmen clsimi in hat ridden 'Ji.oon miles last year. Th Dofeinier Cyclers nr Hotioken have elected the fnlliming omcers: President, o. Meyeri Vie 1'res dent, Tuomas Keller! friaurer. Henry Scnrnedrri becreury, O, Hernevtltit Captain, Cbarlo Ulauo. JCK l'Ot.O. Thn Net York fleTent the Nacnmerts bj Three Clout to One. A large number of spectators saw tbe game of Ice polo between tho New York nnd 5ngitmoro teams at tho Ice Skating 1'nlace last night. It was the opening gnmo In thu Metropolitan Ice I'olo League. At l:lfi o'clock Itefervu II) me placed the bnll In the centre of the Ice. nnd the buttlo begnn. The play was vigorous for ten mlnute, when Carroll put tha ball In thu net lor tho first goal for New York. The bnll ttas rushed tip nnd down the Ice on tho next play off. H. I'hllllps of New York gut tho ball lu his own goal line, and, using his hockey experience to good advantage, carried the ball donn the Ice unassisted, and on a most dlfllcult drlru tdnred It In Ills net for nnotber goal for New Yurk, Kohler again scored for the samo team Just as tune wan culled, Tliuei'ond hnlf opened with some hard play. In wh'ch tho Sagamores were the nggrrssors. Iho ball was kept on the go nil thu time, and several attempts at goal wero ileverly stopped Toward thn close of Iho half Kohler drove the ball Into Sagamore's net, but it rebounded Instend nf striking It with til, stick Kohler kicked It back. 'Iho referco rolled a foul and gave it goal tn S.icniuuie, This ended tho rrnrlfig. Tho final risult was: Now York, II goals; Sagamore, 1, The teams llucd up us follows: .Vrie Fori. VtlHoiis. Sngnmnrr. Cvrroll H'apt.).. Hrsl rush Sillier P. I'milip. .becond rush I'alrlut Kniilir Ilrlte 1'iekanl Mulouey . . .Centre Ilowu A. Wuvmi . . .Hulf bnck . II KsrloH'niiii I-nlu' .. ilonl (.. I.iirlu llefereu 1', J. Ilvrne, Knli kertm-krr A C. (losl iim. ptris M A. (orni'll, L'liton limit club, nml II. Mar eliall. U-nitx A C. l.nals -Cuirnll, II. I'hllilpa. hull, ler. s-igainiireouuKoalun foul. Tuns Klfteeu niluute balrrs. The firstnf thu series of skating rnccs be tween W. T. Letts of Hoboken and John Noll son, the Norwegian, was decided after the Ice polo gnme, Thu coure was two miles, nine laps in the mile, llnth men skntud In opposite direc tions, 'I he slnrt was on even one, and for thn first thno laps neither one was able to gain any advantage. On turning Into the fourth lap Nellsoti stumbled, but soon legalued his feet, and wlthoullualng much ground. At thn end nf thu first mllo he led by about an eighth of a lap. Ho kepi on Increasing his adraningu and won by halt a lap. Time, H mlnntes 10 seconds. Ho covered Iho first mile In II minutes 2!.'.5 socouds, Anions the Onrsmen The Nonpareil I'.owlng Club has a number of men n tratmug.l 1'. W. Cnlwell, Captilu of tho Dauntless Flowing Club, sas Hie organisation will no into rotting the touting bcatou on u vt-r uxletulto scale, Tho New York A. 3. lus dsclded lo place an eight oared rowing niaelilnu lu the gymnasium, siiuiiae to ttie one lu us In the flerkrley iviii." Tho annual luceilng aud election nf ofllcers of tho Illoninli.Kd.ile lloat i.iub . Ill he held next Sunday at tha Uual liuuse, font of lOttd street uinf lludsuu lllter, Owlm to a pres-itrr of other business Leon Mner, Stcretar of (he Middle blutes lteii.iit.t Assoctauoti, s.ijs ha will not lw s candidate for Hie onicu at thu coming auuiiil election. The A.alsnta lloat Club has two Junior eUht oared i' re hi, in training at His 1'aitliu A, I , nf which Capi, Hulit-s Is ,t mt-nibtr. Iho oarsmen exercixe on tho inachtnca ou Mouua) utu lliuis data uf euch week. The annual elect'on of officers of the Onvtelda lloat Club uf Hiirliugion, N, J,, look plac. un ilon. day nlgnt and rrsuiied III the election of T, Ta)lur Heed to iho Presidency, ttun a board In sjmpatny with him. Capi, i-reu Vsu bchti)ter prnpusus in make tnn coming season au acute one, as he will ptai-ii a four, u double, aud possln'y two singles In training for tho various ooeu regalias. Tbe next Important meeting of the oarsmen after tho session ot Hie jxeeutivu Committee of the Nu llonal Association ou Haiurilay ulgnt will be the an, uual nwolliig or tne Middle Stales Itegatla Asso ciation on Jan, US, Leon Mayer, Recrstsry of the organisation, said yesterday to The sua reporter thai the constitution aud bylaws would be revised at the meeting, that tlie association comprised, twenty-eight Hubs, and that na expected the mil. adslpnla clubs would Jolu the Middle states rants . . w " " - ir-LBBJgiaai ENTRIES FOR BIG STAKES. the avnantiAX has almost titick AS JtAXT AS LAST TKAIt, Liberal Inlroane from the Wrat-Amnnst th Fnmlllar lloraea Are Cllrrord, (Sir lYnlter. Dr. Tltee. Duck Mitaale, aaa Crack Three. lear-Old Oilier Uveat. Nearly all the entries for the Suburban Handicap, aud other orents tn bo decided at the spring meeting at Sheepehead Hay. have 'wen recoiled. Tha numerical Increiso nil round elves assurance that tho sport it as tu nine an even henlthtar tone than Its most tangulno supporters had anticipated. 'Iho Suburban, which, nciordlng to custom, Is thofcntuie of tho spring meeting, hat at trurted Inrty-threo animals, which aspire lo follow In tho footsteps of (len. Monroe. I'otitlac. Troubadour. Kurtis. Ktk.vood, Ilaeeland. Hal inter, l-oar.tukn, Montana, I.nnlandcr, Ham npo. I.n7.ironc. and Henry nf N'nvarrr. Cnm pored with 1HII5 nnd IHIIO tho total is hlg'.lv gratlfvlcg. as when Iszrarone shnM'nl 1st heels to Sir W.ilter.Souc and Dance and others there wero only twenty-three nominations, vrlillo Inst jenr iwcnty-sovcn was the liihlt. As was foretold tu Tlir. Sf.v on Mondny, thli scnon'f four-) rat-olds p.ny iv prnmlnnr.t tcrt In tho rncr, Iho cmnllcr half ot the total being supplied from the ranks of horses of that n;e. Among tho morn familiar name In tbts rec tum rc tho Itcillrntlon wlnnor, Huqultul: I'lill Dover's fntnrlto. Handspring, nnd Halt Incf. upon whoso shoulders, since tho retire ment of Henry of Navarre, may lie raid to rest the hopes nf the Illemnlon colors, bo far ns the older division Is concerned. Other woll-known fncas of the same ycir are Hen Ilrush. Rounds man, Tlio Wlnnor. Hen Kdcr, I'eip o' Day, Yolley and Jefferson. Tne Wet supplies tho following fonr-ycar-olds, wun have yet to bo seen by tho Has.crn public: Hen llnll.idsy. Hcrclalr, Ulazcrock. llookwood. Semper Kgo. r'irst Mate, nnd I.okl. Hen Hottadar nnd First Mate nro both entered by I'astlu t I.nrrahle. and hnvo done consid erable campaigning In tho Wcit. Tlie for mer's chief mission last ycur. according to tho "bonk." teems to hate been running second, his best race, perhaps, being when ho hold lhat unenviable position tn Ida 1'lckwlck In the Memorial Hand leap nt Cincinnati, with I.okl third. First Mate wound up the season with seven straight wlnt. Tho maturity of his victories were confined tn slx-ftirinng dashes, although he won the Htmynr Stakes, at .1 mllo unit an eighth, nt l.u toiilu. with Itamlrn. I.okl. and Hen Hiill'idav behind him. tin his first essay he was t strung Un for the Kentucky Derby, but niter acting ns nno nf tho pacemakers, failed to gut ativ ut thu money, lien llrurh, lieu Kdcr. and r't'intMT Kif IltiMiltig In frn:it nr him Loll UooKwood. and llercl.ilr hull from Dr. i:. F. Mfl.uati's stables. The Inst two, according tn the records, fulled to earn brack ets, excepting n Military purse won hy Her. clslr. I.okl, However, held his own fairly well, nnd iipnenrs to hnvo n shade the letter nf Hen llollnday on tho poason. Semper Kgo Is entered lu the Interests ot 1 II. Itlnut'old. nnd It nnrther of Mrs. i luy's breeding. lYltli Hen Ilrush nnd Ilin IMer nut of thn way. ho seems to linv I con ns gn'Hl as any of tho three-year-olds In his luilllwic.i Of tho older division represented in the Suburbun probably thn first toialch the eye is Hnliiu. whose entry Indliates that hts plucky owners have still holies of bringing tlii-li hith erto ci.slls purchase to Itn t-nst. Among tho others urn Dorian, Hilmar.lljck Mastic, Coun ter Tenor and tho veterans. CllrtorJ. Dr. Itlce. and Sir IVnlttr. If only the majority nf thrso stand n preparation. Interest will not be licking In tho Suburban n' 1HII7 Another feature of tho big rnco Is tho bold bid Hindu by tho threo yonr-nld. These cnm nrlsn tho I'ulurliy winner. Ogden, who. on his tin s elile. Is briil tn iny: Oiost-s. whose solo (Hie to fa.n. Judging from his futile rlfnrts In the Double lit nnl last ear, ties In tho fact thnt hu Is iho first eon of Ormonde tn race In this (nuntrv: Arbucklc. Tjphnoii II.. Meadow thorne. and Algol. The latter raced ihleflynt St. I.ouls. During the early part of tho j ear ho created a sensation hy capturing the tnn-icar-nnl Chaniplon Stakes at that city, with Typhoon II. nnd Ornament us his Immediate attendant. In this rnco the cnU shouldered I'.'l lion nils, glvltig tlueo pounds to Typhoon and icrrl-ng two pnuuds frnm Ornament. Frank Harris and Hlarrrnck ar said tu have never faced the starter, while Dr. llolili is in thn unenviable pusltlon of belLg a fuur-yiar-uld maiden. Tho following la a list nf the entries for the Su hurlmn, with tho owners, ages, and pedigrees: Otieek Mtable's b, b. Sir Waller, 7, by Midlothian- Ut a-sata. II, I.. Iiom'i b. b. Clifford, f, by Ilramble Duch ess, Foster flrothers' eh, h. Dr. Illee, 7, by Onondaga rtotiiil I. Mrnaailon Mtable'r b. h. Herald, 7, by Knight sat F.llirslie Lucy Jackson. Foster Hroliiers' h. h. Dorian, e, by Sir llodrod aiemlora. F, I.. Parker's ch. h. Ijtke Shore, 0. by Farandota Hua.tniiull. W. (.'. H.ilj's eh. h. Tearl 6ocg, n, by Falsetto Ttarl Thorn, W, leuuln;s't b. h. Dutch Skater, n, by Duich Holler -Lena. (-'. Flrifhiuann & Son's blk.h. Halms, S, br Han oter-Oulla I,. J. ! Murphy's br. h. Duck Masste. 5, by Hanover Trlana. Cotington A Kent's b. h. The Swain, 3, by Galor Pride nf the Village. XV. x Harrlck's b. n. Maurice, 3, by Itayon d'Or MHiirlne. iMter Il-others' eh. h. Counter Tenor. 3. by Fat -srilo Pearl Thorn. J. H. A 1. 1'. Krenr'i b. h. King Arthur II., 3. by Longfellow Hell Knight. I'. A. Poyle'a li. h, Harne. 5, hy Hlmyar Eltetta. o. 1.. Smith's gr. h. Helmai, 3, t) lieltldere Artele. HrnoKdale Stable's b. e. Requital, 4, by Eotbcn retribution. M, I. Hwjer'sb. e. Hen Ilrush, 4, by flramble Unset tile. K-tstlu . Ijtrrabls's b. c. Den Holladay, 4, by Han oter Moll: I llssilu A- Mrrabls's eh. e. First Hate. 4, by Fcnso hhlpmate. E. r. McLean's b. g, Derclalr, 4, by Leonatus Mary C. I.. F. Mel.esn's eh. e. Flookwood, t, by Sir Dixon Allele. H. F. McLean's br. o, Lokl, 4, by Logic The Slssliea, M. Murphy's cb. e. Dlaierock, 4, ny St. Plalse r.hunn.cc. J. II. MeCreerv's b. e. Dr. nnbb, 4, by Duko of Montrose Twinkle, J. A. Iienneti's b, c. Roundsman, 4, by Inspector II. llo.vti. il, K. Smith's b. c, Tne Winner, 4, by Farur Happy Sally II. I'. J, Iiytver's eh. e, nandsprlnff, 4, by Hanover My Fatnrlle, M, F. Dttjer's b. o. Den F.der, 4, by Fooso Work, mate. J. It. McCormtek's b. j, I'eep o' Day, 4, by Ayer shlre Sundown. I.. II. Hlngguld's b. c. Semper Ejo, 4, hy Iiglc Iji S)lphlle, W. c. Hal)'s br. g. Volley, 4, by The Salter Trtnce Vestsliells Frlehtaiihi's b. g. Jefferson. 4, by Buchanan r.iiilini l-e. t'.iergnen Stable's b. e, Howard Mann, 4, by Duko of Montrose Seitinetv. Iilemion blahle's b, c. llsttlngs, 4, by Scend thrift -Cinderella. J. s Feriutnu A Co.'s b. e, Frsnk Harris. 4, by I'tieas lilnlint, II. I'. Whitney's b, c, Mingo II., 4, by Iroiunlt Duchess. W, (I'll. MeDonoueh's b. c. Orestes, S, by Or monde Kissing Crust, Marcus lull's b, c, Ogden, 3, by Kllwnrltn Orl ole. L Herfncr's ch. c. Arbuckle, 3, hy Hob Miles Krellna. J. ('. Chn's ch, c, Typhoon II., S, by Top Gallant Holly Vanten. J. w, Schorr Son's b, c, Meadowthorpe, B, by Kantaka I'any. W. VI', Durdrn & Co.'s ch, c, Algol, 3, by Top Gal lant -r.'iuallty, Tbe entries for the other stakes follovvi June Handicap 33 Daisy 44 (irasi Inaugural. ,. . :I I an.y ii bniu , I oul.lo Event M spinilillt .It rtli.-lii ... 17 dri'it I rial tiSiheptemlur -Jl Zephjr 3.' Hathush 14 sprliu 4'niirrai Fnstern :ih line S liAllluinil its Virnul oil Tho Futurity, to bo run during the autumn meeting In Ihnu. ms so far received 7'J.I nnin lnntlnn. Thu inanugeinent, however, expeits this total to he un ellcd by at least a hundred, I'ool llooras Itittdert nt Nlararnrd, KTAMroitli. Jan, il.--Two pool rooms were raided here this afternoon under tho direction of Samuel 1', Thresher of New Haven, execu llvu nlllier nf the Mote I.nw and Order League, Thnmns I'lunkelt and Charles I,. Kent, managers of the rooms, and seventeen others wero arrested. They wore Hilton to llrldgeport and arraigned befnru Judge Ueorga Wheelurof I lie Criminal Superior Court, who placed them under $11,11111) bonds. John II. I.ee, a local ealuon keeper, and Jonn McDevIlt furnished biitiiU, '1 hu rooms rerelvod a large portion of their patronage from persona In Now York who could not buck thn horses In that city. All the usual paraphernalia necessary fur the pool-room busi ness was seized nud taken to Ilridgeirtjrt as evi dence. .New from Iho Ilnra World. Lmoto. Jan. O.-Ilyrnti McClelland to-day lost by death tils fast two.) ear-old roll by Imported Caudle-mas-!. aura Stone. Huwntsu well tl ouihtof h his owner that he had enlerrd him In a uuiuber of rich slakes. Wiuiisotos. Del., Jan. il.-Jockey I'.llls, who was ruled on at Iron Hill last Nnvruiber and reinstated tliedsy afterCurUtmas, made his nrt uj pearauce to ds) ul Harksdale uu Oracle, but failed In ilutsh In tne Ural three. Jockey UcCloskey's ride nu nuarkleilld not suit the omcials and ho was suspended, pendlug an luvetilKatlon. Jockey Hones' Was setdunnfor two weeks fur bad behavfor at the pott In the fourth race, when be was 1st t with Connors. eiiiseien,is i,i (iei.i,w.,tfc- eyys..SJtSS'Via''l,llS-' (faffiiwrsftiWSWeWs a ai'itixo no use attorr i'LAxxed. An Aaeoelatloa Hlarted by Presalaeat Hani Club Men. A new horse show association, with the hunt ing men of tho Mcadawbrook nnd Hock an ay Clubs as tho leading spirits, was started yester day afternoon nt a meeting held In the Hotel Manhattan, II, L. Hertiert, President of the I'olo Association, was Chairman, and Samuel Wlltels of Garden City Secretary. Among those present were C. Albert Stevens, l'erry Tiffany, O. W. Illrd, Sidney Dillon itlpley. Dr. I.ouls Llnehart, Chariot U. i'ctert, Churles 11. Ilnno, and 1. F, Collier, It was decided to nam the organization the llorso Show Association nf (Jutent County, and to hold a three-day show on tho Mlneolu fair grounds lu May, un dates lo bo selected later. It was also voted to glvo nil the profits to the new St. Nicholas Hospital nf Uardeti Cltr. The show will bn held nnnualli', the main purpose being In develop tho Amerlcnn types nf the htinternnd high-stepping lutrm-is horse. I'rlzvs, lion uver. III be ollered for all varieties nf Mock. There will bn sti eplechases nhd flat races, nnriteurs lo rale, on each day nf the huree sbnw, ns nelt ns the usual Jntnplng con tests. Thu show, Il Is expelled, will take the fdacii nf thn hunt club race meeting", which late practically been killed rime thn cstnbllsh merit (if the Itaclug (.'omtnls-liiii In this Slute. The residents nf Wlirntley Hills, llcmp-lcld. fediirhiiiat. Harden Cltr nnd tllen 'nve fuvnr tho p ruler I. It Is raid, und tlio linn. W. C. Wlilt my, Mimley .Moitlmir. 1'ovli.tll lCiehe. J. I.. KerniK ban. II. K. Vlngtit, II. W. Hub'. John K. Cuwdln, and nlbers, who live In the towns namrtl. I. uvu signified their Intention lobeiume members. Wlllite. Tillun) and J, II. ('. Tappnti were appointed ns it committee to prepare articles of ihrorbnratlun. The Incorporators villi b K. D. Jlorgaii. Hnlph N. Kills. SI. T. II.. of Ihu Mtiutntvhrook Kuril, ami Messr-. Tiffany, Herbert. Slovens, Wlllctt, Itlpley, I-uuehart, l'etcrs and Hone, To Mlo Frnnd In the Trnde or llorae. Tho following resolution was passed at the meeting of the Hoard of ltcvlew of the National Tiottlng Association, held In this ell! : itierrtit. The hum and export trade In horses has suffered flotn lals- and f rau ilitelil representations ami the suppression of material facts i careless nr illsliiinest dealers, ati.l as siuh enuiluei Is nut only hurtlul tu trvle hut tends lniiearn!e the turf . ttrrnt. irint this ussiejlitlon will herratier deelln tnduliutlnt-ss with parlies gulily nf such crtelitia nr alve Us atipiuval liilransaittnnsi onnecled therewllh w henever It shall opt ear Hint a parly has been milliy nf such conduct, esteelally In ilraang with foreign borers, tin shall be lirmlOil before I hi board Wltli all obtainable et Idru.-e. fur lit Judgment. KnRira hits (luk Handicap. New O.iLrtss, Jsn. rl.-lhe golnj today at tbe track was lumpv but faster fian for srernl dars. Hossman tl,- favorlt. (apiured the Sl.ooo LiveOak Hnndli-ip ter eleterly. only omi olhrr Jl rat cbolce won. Nutnmarles I Irtt Haec selling: seven fnrlon;s F. M, II, 105 ihi'irr.Stol ttiii; Anna iis)cs vj iDorse)i, 4 to 5. teeind Judith I., Iim (Cole)). 2 lo 1, third. Tlim-. I tlW s.-iiml iiAce-s-ren fur'nnss. Our Hlsliop, P7 (Winnie; 7 to 5, won. I'rotlilent, l' Uory , 4 to I, let'nnd. I'ai.Jy, 10J ilul.Ti. ?j lo t, third, r.ine. I .U.S. Third Hare Sel'lny rim-mil and ttsrnly tards. rnrlner, us .Urom. f, 1 1 v. won, lens Anner, IUJ iMorrlsi. li to I, reenn It Master red. 100 Olursci, 13 In I. third Tune. I 51. Foiirih l:ace-l.lt oak Hsr.die-ip, 91,050: on mile andaiurloiK. Hotsn ar. In.l Everott). toft, ttnn: Iiudon, 101 tthirseyi, tl (u I. ciud. Judgu ntead ninn.nl 'llurnsi 15 lot. third Time, 2 ntivp Mfth Hare helttnir, e!x fiirionri I'rntuer Fred, I (ID 'Vliirse). 5 In I, wnn. Miulre Olilam. I Oil (Llerleui, 15 tn I. second. Woolliwn, lot (Walker-. 7 to a. third. Time, l tfl. Sixth Hare-selling! six fur lores. Med Her. 103 iScott . II to ft, won. Itniili',. lov (C. lUiffi, ex-n. ee nod, sir John, IU7 iCierUol. Jo lo 1, third. Time, lilS. Th rinUhea ut Inaleald-. Sts Fntsiwii, Jan. (I. -Two favnriles captured purses today at lnileMe. suiuniar.es First Hapj Five furlongs, inaili-n twnyetr-oMs. The Slni.er, In I il'rue. II to l.wnii. luelna. 105 IJones). v?n. seciiad Mojcsti.t, lu.l tClawtoui, ii tu I. thirl, rime. I on I, second Hs.ee ei fu-nnta tel'ln;. Moylsn, tot Un-:rsi, even, won elllell 10! II. Iarllnl II In I, second. Cuds. VU iTlinnipsnl . inutn I llllrd lime. lllAly loahu Iltlishe I eetuod hut as dtsiiualliicd. Thirl Hue One a'el nesliueiuii mile., handi cap. Libertine, HAvMacklin . II to 10. mm, li.aiai lator. 103 dhorpe , u tn . second, Lo'wtigula, luJ (Jones, in tn "i. inlrd lime. I v l-u'iriii Haei--iie and one-riiurtti miles; over five hurdles, handieap Hvltn 1.14 illurphyi, a tn t. wnn. Mr Heel. 1X5 ttlavnsnl , 15 tu I, scnud. Our, Iludd, 14'. ,Ilcn-Mx ..Hon ihtrd lime. V rnu tlltl Haie-tltin mile, selling Iralik K 101 (W. Ilartln 4 to 1. won. Morte Fmis , II.' iThorpei It In I. second, nreyliurtt, u iMiiuhn n, 0 to 3, third. Time, I 'ji. aixth litre six furlonss. purse. Sport Me Mllster, 113 .iM.ggeii). u to I. won Arapahoe. 1113 ll Martini, itn l.a-rnnd. slick. 1CU .Maigiite r), 5 to 1, nurd. Time, I I5t- Wlnnern nt llnrkndnte. DinxspiLK, Jan. n -The following are the sum maries nr tne races heru in-d.ii rtritltn'it- tourand i. half furlongs, nine IMeee, llnlnnd.ilu 0. wnn; Vcllenry. t to I for place, aecoinl, Murray, third. Time, 1 uu. Hecoinl Hace Sutir and n half furlones. Klrkover, 10 lo I and t to I, won; ten, 1 lo 10 for place, sec ond Firnwnoi. third Time, 1 00. Third luce Htc furious, finer Up, 1 to 9 and nut. wun. Cnnsp'rarnr, vi to 2 fur place, second. Spar kle third lini I 01 Fourth llace-su fur nugs. Metropolis, a tn 1 and 2 lul won old Ate, utu I for place, second; Mar guerite II thirl Time. 1 10. M th lu-e liveftirlotus l'lckway. 3tu Sand 7 to 10. won. Iluhr.4 in I forplaee, siconJ, JlmUcLau,th lln. third lime I IH sixth Itace lite furlongs. Foundling n tn I and '"ii, wn. Jumps. I tn I for place, siionJ, and Ilurgumly, third Time, I On flrunhlj-n Detent Pnasnle. At the Clermont Avcnuo Ice Skating nink. IIrookl)n. Inst night the first championship gament that city of tho recently orgnnlrcd I'nllcJ States League of I'olo (tubs was de cided. The two halves abounded In lively play. In the first half Cant. Shaw nf tho I'anlcsshot the first and only goal of tho half after thrco minutes nt play In the secnnil half, hy steady drive", W. (-'luniaurli'-- scored Ilrnolclyn's first goal In twenly seconds. Nine minutes later Llll-on scored the last goal nf tho match for Hrnoliyn on n pass from Inrr, The final senro was ! unals to 1 In favor ol Hrooklyn. Tlio line up follows: list-He. rnslrlo-is. Invitfioi. si.nwtfapt.) . ... First ru-h .. . Ellison 'CapM Maloney Seeon 1 rusn Kasser lirowii Centre F Lnngheid Westerrelt Ilrlte rltlluaurlc H.(lsrkson Halrbstk W. Mlrniaurn- A. Clarksou ., ... iloal . A.lnuerrld Referee Waller II. Stance, l'sstalo I'olo Club, lioala ('apt. Shaw, l'..liou, and W. I.tttuaurlce. Time-'.'o. mluuto halves Competition tvllb roll. A club handicap wltli foils vv III be held at the Fenaera' Club on next Saturday night, fiold nnd silver medals will be presented to the win ner. F.ntrlos will close tn night with l'rnf. Yaiithler nt the cluli. !I7 West 1 vrenty-ecnnd street. The lenitit In represent tln Fencers' Club in competitions will bu determined by Iho event. la Honor of the Irvlaa; Club'e Football Trnm. The Irving Clubof Hrooklyn Is leaving noth ing undone lo mnl.e the dinner to Us last year's football tram an elnl-nrnlo affair. The commit tee In charge-l'hiirles It. Mephenson, Gordon II. Ilrnnks, and Ilenr) (1. llngrn hssdecldtd to havo the event ou Friday night, Jan, '-'-, ('irllnc. Th annual twn-rlnk match amnne the nflcersof the St. Andrew's Curllti.' (lab nf this ell) for I ho Malllond medal was p'avi-d Inst nlslit ut Ihe Thlsllu Itlnk.llnliokrii, I'r.-aiihnt John Leslie's team won nver secretary Andrew diilles's team by a icoreof tl? points to lu. buiumarr risk x 1, YrsMfitl's ream. i Sfcrftnru$ Tftlm. Dsvl.l Kdwardt. Jnmit Vlatdle. JohuTeniplelua. .Inhii Itenulo l(ui.ert Hold. 1 rank Dikes John Leslie, skip S3 Andrew Ullllrs. skip... 3 mK so. U. rrrslifenf's TVam, ' eeeeefnrv's Tram Torrest Mnruce. IJ. I Mcl.wen. c. s. Inwards. JohnCliaitrnnd. W. ILstiilih. iJauiia ItuH-ell Thou. Nicholson, skip.. .I'J.Joliu McMillan, skip,.... 7 Total Ul! Total ,7lU Oosalts oT III Itlnz, Will Frank Smlt'i of California kindly tend hit address tn this unite Harry Smith of l'lilliilelpila says ho will meet any ISii pound boxer lu Ihu bus. nets, Hull Iitslininoii't lii-lhivi- that his Injured hand win ho nil ruiit In at out a furl night. Jerk Hi latiejf, the r'-dnc. ntiug Lanlsni, niny soon meet Have Muliivan. I niii ilgut lu auiuiKrossltestyle Mike l.eon.ir l nnd Hilly Aliearu hate Iwen malclied tu Ikix tweuty niunls ul Truy on Jan lu at J5 pouuds. lii'Kisli, Jan. n Tommy Hlion nf llnchster, nnd Joe VotllK of llun.i ii, hate been 111 it lu-d lu box tweut) riiundsnt tne next a.uw u, la nipir A. C II W., riltnlittli sulllvun's salonn w at un the east stilo of Wasliliigioti streei, sicond iioor south of Knuehiud streei, the saloon uiw is part uf u largu grocer) store. Joodansof Ilalllniore, who went to San Francisco rcceiitl). lias relumed, lie 1 wiiiitit to pox mi) 1V4 Pound in in. A total dub Is talking ut matching " spike" Sullivan against him The Viire ihtirttr recelted Information yesterday thai the (l)iiiplo (nib uf lllriiilligliaui, Flulau.i, would prolin iiy kki' a ft nou purae lor a "o"k twrtliCrerdilll unit Jlc o) In Ihu event of Creedull refusiiiK tu u lo South Alrlcu. Con Do) la, who Is manh-d Inbox "Mtstrrlnui" Hilly siuitn In n Imlti- lomi I mutest at In I'u.ii v. (' en licit Saiurduv id (lit. Is r. ,',ruel tu i.e a nr lulilabii- tuini-r. Ho l.ut foiirfiit .iiiiini, it)nn w, u and oefujlod nlinn-t etrrv Inker ni his muikiu i,t Cliicaiii. 'iheru wilt bn in i ii-litiuii .ty bouis on Saturday nigni l.ter) nnxi-r wnllu uaumliied li) u ph)siiUu beluruitiiet.iiif ihu r.n. Kcwniiimi, Jin, tl. Ii.mlcl Flanagan, tvlinni Wll Itain Ciiinklil put tu sletp lu a pntu nght ut lnv I'ultil, ls)eidaiuerousiy hi.und muen or ihetlniuis delirious. Catskill made a clean breast of the tvnoiu uffulr to buulr Abbott, and ttarruiiu huve been Issued lor thuurrsst of tome furty uf ttie spectators. District Attorney Wood or uut.-hesa couuty will tako personal charge ot the prosecution. ipasaiiiiaiSg nuirLixa. Alhlena ofPaleraoa le aa KITB.rrBsts) Oatae to tbe Maaarea. The Alblont of I'aterton rolled their final American National Tournament games at tha Ucrmnnla Assembly Hooms alleys last nlgbt. the first team to complete the achedule. An extra frame had to be rolled to .decide the third gnmo. the .Monarchs winning by twelve pins. Thu scores: nnsT imiie. Monsreh-Cadlmt. ISIijSmllh, tell Van Slyeke. 109: Kromlngn. I Till It. Maasa 147 ii.tal.eia. . Arllngioii-J. Ihwmer.iian. Br , l: J, nfjmcrman Jr., lot: Arps, 131: E. Maoss, loll Meyer, I7y. Toial. bl I. sreosn asMr. Ar'lnition-J. Poemerman. Sr., 147: J. Domerman. Jr., !4i Arps, IJJi I. Haass, 'Jl3i Meytr, SflT. Toi.. VUAtl.lan-Van Vleck. ISii Packer. 170! Arnold. 187: Cilu.en, '.'Iji Lock woo.!. In J. Total, UJV. small awr. , Monarch-Cad eu. Idli Smith, HHi Van Slyeke,l70 Kroininga, (Ui II. Hsa.s. vol li.ial. unci All. oii-Vrn Viera. Il.li I'atker. lull Arnold, til: Clinxon, ITUi lukiuwl, Hit lutai, 100. Eicrenthframo-Momre'i lOSi Albion, Url, Tre Sul.urlisn Coum il lm viers msd" a poor start In tin-setond halt of tne lto.nl Arcanum l.eau series last nlgui at the Central iier.i liuu.j alleys. The scores rissr (i tin Hsrlem Council -Cowlcs, UOi t'ohmer. 147t Wag ntr, ll.l; hllinari. I.H Linden. 173. Toial.nnrl. Suh'irl.an Uoon.'ll-iirant. I47i Kyiinn. I'JM lltcht, 113, Korudoifer, US Hem er. l-. lotal. OsO. srixiMi (UMt. Suburban Council -Hrint I -Is: Eynon. 135: Itecht, lvv, Kuriidorler, Isi-sj Iieiuler, HI), inial, 7)li lutdeii Countli Hast), lift lil.r.ar. 1 4i Slier man, loii sinltn, Itj llnlisid.lt;. fetal, 055. TlllRIi lltMK. Harlem Counell-Cowles, I1si I'obmer. I27i Wag ner, last Klimuri, IM, Linden, ni. inlai. 140. Ogden Council-MaMejr. Mil. Murray, UU: Hber man, MJibmtlh, HU; Hriiard, 137. loial.ekO. Ur defeating the Jersey rity team three straight aameslatinunt the Hosrvllle A. A. bowlers named the lead lu lue Alulelle Ikiwllug League. The stores! rittsi ritME. Hnsevllle A. A Tlernon, I.Vj 1 hompton. 105; nsdg er, 173; Wool, 1st; Van .vets. HI3. Total, noo. Jersey City t.lub-Newair.14i, Glass, 123; Holmes, loj, Meyer lev, L'rown, 153. imai, ;sa stcoxti nawr. ItnseiHtaA A. Ilernon. I s.1i Thompson, ISO.IIadg er. Is.i: Wood, Un; Van .Nes-, INi, lotal, ul 7. Jersey cily Club-New alr. i.'it. Olssi.iil; Holmes, 173, Jl.yer, IBs: llrowu. 13V. lotal, otv. Tlllllb OAMI. ftosevllle A. A Tlertioii, vtlO; Thompson. 100; DaUKer, H8. WikkI, lid tall ,,ess. IRO. loisl.uio. Jersey CHyCluo-Newklrt. 177 Disss. 1W; Holmes. I7'J; Meyrr.VUli Drown, Inn. lotal, 7vl, Th Itetoeekes msde a rlesn sweep In Tuesday nlgrt's series nf th Carrjthers National tourua mint of Hrooklyu, The scores: nasToswic Retnecke Sorensen, 14'JiCadleo, IRO: Erase, 107 j Holler, lout Walters, 16.1. Total B'il. star Engelke, lot; lleudereon, I4V Slerman, 131. U Wilcox, tSUl V WIICOI, 1X3, Total, 70S, sicoxbotuc Helneekc Sorrnsnn, lot): Cadleu, 169! Eruse, I6-U Holler, 105; Walters. 154. Tutsi. 643. Star Ktiaviao, 141. Henderson. IS! Siegman. lei; I. VUlcux. 15; U. Wilcox, Ijv. Total, 74, 1lltl.ll UiKC. , Helneete Sorensnti, l'Sj Cadleu, 70S! Kruss, IBTl Mnilrr, I7U; Walters, 185. rout. VXtf. tnar Lngetke, lo4. Henderson. 1VI0! aiegman. 100. I.. Wilcox, t(u; W Witeox, 107. Totsl, 01 J. The Umla. F.xeelslnr, and Delvlder teams dlrld d th honors In lues lay lugnt'a series of tn Hrooxlyn .National louruaiiient. The scores: llstr uixe. Umla-WlngenfeH, 170: Hndrers. 143: rtehrman, 17-'t Flushlug, lit3i llortnn. U. Total, 771. Lxcelslnr A'ltiinati,.),, Paehtn. 1V3; bcntule. I4U; Wlaue, K'4; Liw. 1st. Total, 7X0. s renxb ciMk. flxcelslor Wlttman. ISOi Paehln. 177; Schsole, la:l; ttinne, I4oi Ijnm. IsZ. TnUI, 7n7. Helrldeir FriMlleh, 14V; Thlelman. lul; Haute, ls3; testier, Vtt; Utauei, 107. Total, 717. Tlllkb OiUE. HslTifere Frneltch. IH4; Thlelman. 173: nans, lei; Fettter, gl": uraiirr, 137, Total, eux. l.ula tvinxenfrld, 18V: llorton, 1UO; Dehr tnsu, i JO; Flushing, I lu; Hodgett, 137. Tout, 090. l'lsyed five frames. Hy loilng to the Xavahort on Tuesday nltht tbe Pioneers missed their last t-han:eto tie the Weat snores for lb mennd price In Heciloa 4 of tbe United Howling Clubs' tournament. Tbe scores! 11SST IIAMK. Navshoe n-ilinikv HIT Walthers. ISJ; Homejrer, 13V; lJtuke"an. ms; sterfens, iv. Total, ale, llrinkumer-drern. 15s: Ouen, 12ti Meilob, 147, I.lntlr.c. 137. Hobs-r, II J. Total, 033. rniM. otKt rioneer Henry. 137; Mneller. tnOi alent, 1SS: Saltier. I5Ui Schlll, 1-ls. Total, 77s. Hrintumer-Orreii, l'.i7i oiten. lol; Metlob, 140; Liksing, 103, Houer, X't'i. Total, oov. l titan ntnr, Naeahoe Bnhneke. I7K. Walthers, too: Homey, er, 17'. I-antenau. 7U, sirfTens, Ian. Total, oxl. 1'loneer Henry. laS; Mncller. 17V; Oleni. 115; Sattlrr, ISJ; Mull, :oj. lotal, 710. Fly defeating the St. Agnes and St. Franels de Sales teams at Thmnann's alleys on Tuesday nlgbt th Hnly Cross Wheelmen tle.1 the Loyola No. I team for nrst place in the Arcbdlocesao Union League tournament. The scores: naar oakv. Holy Cross Wheelmen McCartney. 143: McCabe, Us, King, 104; Farrrll, 130, Ulipatrics, ids. To tal, 701. si. A.-net-Malony. 103: Cock. 133; John: nioe rum, IX.'I, James (Haccum, MS; Frely, 143, Total, eu I. sxrotn ntnr. Sr, Acnes Mahony, I?7i Cook. 13S: John Olac cum. 131; James Giaccum, 11V; Feel), 153, To tai. 74ii. si. 1-rancla deSalrs De Trenner, SO; Webb. 1S8; It)an, US; McNabb, VJ, Hetliia, 140. Tolsl, 33V, Titian otMK. Holy Cross Wheelmen McCtrtney, 131: Farrell, Hoi iialtiu. Kin, King, 134; Flttpatrlck, tvi. To tal. Nil. St. Franels d Sales De Drenner. 1I4i Webb, td7i l!)au, 30O; Drardun, IJ3; Derins, 17. To tal, 070. Forth nrsttlm this ssason In th L'celeSam na tional inurnnment. the spariaus won two garret at Fraeukle'ssliejs last nUht. The senres. nnsr utMr. Spartan -Them. 13. Schilling. 137; Moje, 103; Trllech, VI3: .Mullen. If. Tola', J4S. Manhiittili Honllug I Int.-Sclimlrd. ISA; Inglll, 151, Cundelt. 1.V; Kllr. 103. siebe. 112. Total, 003. SFCOMi QAur. Manhattan Bowling Club-Schmled, 171: I.anslll. ltd, Coudell. IUV; Mle, l-o. slebe, l"U Total, fss. lotiis-ounther, ltvs; iirtuler. 131: Halkcll. 139, llr.es, 140, Mudcrsohn, 10J. Total. Sou. TIIIKll IIAMC Cpsrtan-Thum, 179, Schilling, 143; Stlmme', 148; Tritnh. 177, Matien. I'Jll lotal. 770. lAtus-Uuntlier. 143, itrbaler, 173; llalkctt, 143; Brick, ISVi Modcrsohu, 14s. Tolsl, 7(0. The ninomlnedaleamnde a areal finish In section 3 of the fulled Howling Clubs tourusmrni last night, wlunlug two games und Ural prlic. The scores! imsTOAitr. nioomlnidnte Doncourl, ?H Strack, I7i Demm ler. Iss. l.lene, lus. Kilngeliiuffer, I7u. Total, v.vs, ludeienlent-lAiewrtilirrj, 137 sschs. 140. Leh- muuu, UJ, Walltiruti, I4'J; Kltlner, 151, Tutal, UJ3, srcoMi ntnr. Illdependrnt-Lnewenberg, '.'IH; Saeht, 117; fh. nisnti, I.H. Waiinrun 141, Kleiner, 1 4 v. Total. 774. him i her-J. Heaio. 14s, H Hinstu in, HI.!, iiounrau. Us, II Hcani, il,i. Hush, 17X. luui.suu littRii luttr-. IllooiilnTilnle Doncourl, His strark, 114: Demm ler. 135, Klv'nr, 13 hllnaelhurfer. III! Totsl. vH'J. I keeker-J. He un. 147 II Lankensu, 13.4 Hon neau, 133, II, Beam, ltM. llus.i, uu. Tuial. 734. Cnlunihua v team failed to reach Ihe 710 mark In Un- II ineiu llepu oliaa Cum luuriiameut Kamea last statist an 1 wtretwicotletialel. The scores, nnsr iur. Klsmet-Mlichell. Ms; Hu Harry. 140; Hart, 111: Wllslllcli, lis. Uot:ers. I4J. Tola.. 7.'I3. ( oliiiiilnis t sliulalr. 1111, Vljruer, imit Selbert. 11,1. Si-nubtrl, IJ. Huisteii I3J. lutal,os7. htCOttl (1AVK, rolumhuiV t-lnclalr. 137: Warner. I5ii Selbert, 03i beliubert. 111. Ilol.len, HHI. Tnliil, il4. VMiisor-rurk-r. I4il; Huwl.ind.HI7i Merrill, 107; ICaglesou, 17u, saftonl, I4J. Ioiai,90l. TlllKII IIAMI. Kltniet -Mllclirll, 144, Hu Harry. 137; Hart. 13'.'; Mll.llicli, 151. lb gen, lllo Total. 741. W liiMir 1'aiai-r, 175. Huwlaiui. ilt'ii Merrill. 12U: F.sglo.nu, I4,i. half' rd, 1411 Total, 735. Tne I'alma Club nn I I lltshrih A. C. teams rolled a gaiii-iu Ihe Amateur Unwind Association si Meson nu s In) night Hit-store MiMiwlh A.i" I. "atls.ini Oiden, llO.t'liaiuber lain .In; Vniiilirtt-rr. Hit, Knrr.'JI'n Mi rrrii. 1H7 WelK illsl'ope, IW.Iane, lei. H mock, I oil. foul, 'i'alma Club J. Smith. V3; (,. Ilutl-r. 157. liver, IM. Hurrle, 1-n. Mcl'lnss), IV 4. I..K.-wool, 15! Suuge. I4U.J Hlch. Mi. I. tiallafhrr, 1.14,(4. tirown, Itn Tuial, l,5i.i. Tho games In the orfi Hudson I'nw ling Astnela Hun loaruaiii.-utii I Tne day iilglitrisiiliidasfollutii l.KST OAUI Anierlcits Krckrlsien ISu, Kolli, lni; rarmental. IM, schineilis, t,tl. rcliwavke. 1 1 Total, S44 .Soriii Hiid-on-lun tier Hwo i. Is, r. ruller. Id7i Hour, 1 i, A. Fuller. 137, stu-nlti. t Kit. Tmal, 7.10. ell nMi llAtll . Keys Hear. tS'i, Mini wins, Menge. 140. Donnelly. 10" Collinir. Kit Total. Ten. " Nona IIiiiIsuii-Vuii in r I u. h. 1ST; F. Fuller, 130: Hour, l.u. A. i ulltr. 14 i, Sataili, 1st. Total, 813. Tlllllli OAMI. Kegs-lloag, 113. Hhiile. I4:i; Menge, 170: Donnelly, liw. i olitiier. Is;. Mini iu. Ameraiis Keci losen. I in. Knlli. 103, i'armenitl Ikil, sciiineiUa, me. Shniicki', Inv. lotal, ins. Tie Ala'nnla Whceliinn nr Newark nnd Catholic Cluli ('). ler. id Jer-i) I u rolled two games lu ihu Associated Cyilliu ( li.i of N, w Jerc) llowllug Ltua'ui uu lu.si..) inH. I 'ihittinrt-h. nnsr iitttu Atnlanta Whcelini'iiltiid I u? Ilalsey, 159. Mil lai. l.i.l erhell, Wll iho' iw-a 13,. lulul. 7uu. 1 Htiiudu Club-Vt iltf-lit i.'ii. iiinuueii. ii.H, Hanley. Sui. Call carl, Ii5, ouiiianu ISo loial.suj, SklONIl IIA'I Ala'unta lyiieeliain-Hiiail, I71;llr.lsey, 160, Millar, Hu, lerncll. 153. oliizukii. I7U rutal.s'Jj. CiilhoiioCluu tVrlgin, I3il O'Lunuell. I71t Han le), 105, cutneart, 1H, Cuffuiaun, IVV. Total, bim. The gams rolled In tbe New Jersey Foresters' Bowl Ing League series on 1 ursday nlghiiesulled a follows! Court Lafavelit-Couk, llui Hansr. Mb: J, bherl dau. V Merrill, 110; Connelly, loi E. BnVrWa jSportjrann'u Goo&fi. U "Kimball" Bicycle, I A better bicycle cannot l)e 3 made. Gill at our factory I and see how wc make it. H Seeing is believing. H We have no secrets, H , riuliips Mnfg Co., 307-300 Wet I'rnad ' ,e H (rand St. station. Oils Ave. I... sod j I ,, H LT S.CI.tiniKATEfl. ascTpnlr" kales emiinii .1 aaal i. 1SU7 Craerford bicycles, sMin - V H - UUllA.NTMiLF.AN . CO.VUlillroa.lwaf, B inn; Dillon, 110; ttriiinan, 13'J; Ilrnd en aSaaS Ilurke. 15a Total. 1.440. ' Ibbbs! I'uurt Uaiieixk-heef. 14(1: Schiller, tin s-rtmt bbbI V KM'; l-oivler. I'Ui Kmali. It'll. Hsttett In i;tl: -f-l Ull L'uhlll, 13u: I.)nch, IU1: Hnpp, tin 1 -tui . vJ M Thyamesln tt Fses county tnuroament on Tuts aaal day night resultrdssfi Huns. B nnT H Frotretslves-llaas, 14:1; Abrahams, 103 tleltet. aaal 131: llrntla. 14: Well, ll'l. Total, ?sn M Berkeley II-MeCny, Is3i Malum v lip Uimii-. aH 14li brown, 141 1 Caianodh. I4. Total. IA o. H lUlltll OAl.k. H rrogrestlves llsat, 13s; Abrihams, ln Menu aaal Sti3i tirntta. 1 il; Well no. fola' it fH I rinletillsl A I'lersoii. 157. 1'nvik-. Hid ',ur,r. aaal I'JJ, ti'tilft. 105, Taylor, IVI Toltil. JI'J M THIHIl lltMK. lM I'rndenilsl A-I'iersnu, in.). I, roots ic. oitt. bbbI 104; Srhin. Sim: Taymr. .!. Tn.n. V.7 aaal Berkeley H-leCn-. 145; Msmtiei 5-i l'ati0. M Ie3i utowiu 151,Caianagli. 140. Totsl. '.u H The Kings County Wheelmen detested tie Bum- H wick and .Nassau IVneelu.en lu last iiisht s s rirsof Vjaal th Iimr Island Ass-kIiIIoii of lyrlluj i m., p.p. H uament, TLescortt' H risr utile. H Nassau W.-Jtehllnt irst Furstenfeld ra Holler aaal 114; H.CIernna. IM; lollel. IHI. rolal.elif ' M Hushwlet W. Mah'an 171 llellawell it: v.J fan, US', Helanry, Inu; Ijiu'lsinsu, I5'l Tulai n H SCCOSbUAML. H Buthwick W -Mahtan I7D: llellswe.l, Ki Woe aaal fan. 104: Hetaner. 14 Landman. 151 7ottl "u H KHijrsCoiittty v . Coopr. l(-i. Taylor, 1 ( r udy, aaal 17J, lilerihcn.', 17V: Cnrulsh. g'H. Total sn ' B thisii oaai. H KlntsCnunty W. Dnube,7. Taylor.IMi Twlldr. aaal 10V) lllershenck, IHO; L'ornls'l. lili TulM h-tl .Nassau W.-Mehllng. Uli llirslenell I ' Moller. aaal l39,MtClrrnon, 130, rolten. 14V. To.al 75- H Th D Witt Clintons leotel a dou'jte victory tn Ui H night's series oi the Hrooklyti Ho)r.l Arcanum iojli H uieLt. Tbe scores! aH rtssT OAttr. H D Witt Cllnton-Qulnn. 157; lloldrld e. so I'srs, aH llti! Butler, 140: Houghton. Int. Tutal, sjv H Mldnund-Dohm, lsU: I'erker. I no. Castle ,Si jgeal Orlmes, lot; Fierce, 130. lotal. 70L JM StXXJSb IIAMf. H Wldtrood-ll. Dohm. lid; Dcfllcer. ISO: Cull. 21 aaal Flick. 131. I'lsrc. 1IH. Intel, ev I. H lirooklyn-l'nllilps, 115; iiounliK. tie, Wi.I no, H Broward, 133; Cook. 129. Total, 0o. H Tiuan nAxz. H rrooklyn-Phllllpa, 12ft; I'roward, 134, Wilt Iti bbbI 0iiDnlnc.ll0iCooa.15rt. Total, Oil. B U WlttC-lnton-lloualitoiu I.e. Holdrldse 1(4; B Page, ISO. bullcr, ltd; yulun, Its. Tout, sjo. H norrllac Oaasea To-Nlsht. H American National Orchard, Trogrett, aat Co- iil lumb's, H Uncle Sam National Civil Service I, Blooming aaal dale, and Hoseoale. ksTB IlinK Clerks' league Natsau, German Ss'lsri bbB and Bank uf the Hepabllc. WKK Ualit-t Ikinliag Clubs section 1 Meiropolltts, WfJ ltoselal. and Oriental. Section 7 Serenteeata pH Ward, CHy Sciiueuea. and Lotus nf Brooklyn. H Areudlnerun Union League Cathedral, St, Mo&l- H ca. and SoaUIrg V.'. H Arllntton taaue Anranla, Unity, and Fedora. tfaH Carruthers National Waverly vs. 1 earless. TsgB Capital P. It. C, Ad-lpht. and Carlm-,. H Ariiuilnu National isain l'aw rs. tvuiory, H scbaffer's Third Avenue, Aurora, aud aalamia & raaai Brooklyn Royal Arcanum Lane Sub-Tournamstt IH I'ro Falrla, Brevoort, and BuroslJe, at I'ro Ta- bbbbI trla alleys. Ibbbb Second Brigade Leaeue Fourteenth Regiment, KH Tbtrieenlb Heglment, and Twenty third Keclintnl, aBaal at Fourteenths alleys. flH Twenty alith Ward Annex vs. TanSleltu, at LssssssV Young's alleys. H Riratk't Casino Cyclone vs. Tick Taca. Eaaal Ontral New Jersey Iy-agne Bayonne R, A. vs. Eaaal New Jerser A. C. at Bajono alleys. rj-H -suburban Athletic Laue Itoserllle A. A. vs. Co- IbbbbI lumbla Club, at Hosevilie alleys. fmaBai Foresters' league Colnmbus vi. Roselle. aaaal N-w Jersey AssocUtloa Indian, Caatle Point, ftH and rioneera. bbbbbbbV F.stex count Alpha A, Montgomery, and Y. St. WM blast II Monday vt. Maple, at Monday alleys. HgeV Boarllns Note. taaaal Nick Thyne said ia.it t-ul.t that he hs.1 decided t DbbbI accept the challenge uf Krapmer of Newark inteiwi baaV Ore-hour match for MO-I a site. According to the JB challenge Kraemer Is to roll In Newark and Thtneta tflBaai this elty. each man to hav a r-presentatlveat his Mamal opponent's alley The msn knocking down tr most tosjaal pint la the specified time Is to be declared tbe winner. llH As the first lodlvldnal prlie In the American Na- IbbbbI tionat tournament has been practically won by IfB Cllncn.who leads hts nearest competitor by ninety Mama! nve pins, oil Interest centre lu the struggle for tne ItjH second, third, and fourth prices, Brltl leads Foege IJbbbT by tbrre plus for second prlie. while the latter has Itaal an advantaiteof eUbt piss over La Due. Only tw 1H games remain to be played by eieh piaycr. laal For aa Interantlnanl Hknllnal ('nacres. M The preliminary meeting for th organization H nf tho Inlrrtiatintinl Mating rnngrers w .1 H talc place nn Tuesday evening. Jan. 1'.', at f H Clermont Airnue Ice Skating Ulr.k, Ilrtos.i)3. ,W Odd aad Tad orstpart V Soctii Obasov-Jan. il. TrCtouthOrarure F:ll "ius H hn;key team will meet tbe Princeton nam on next Saturday arte moon, at the Aeld club sstiug part S The Lone Star lUiai Club hat'twenty men lu it n i-H Ing at the H;rkeley Kriniiasiuiii. nnl a meeting H the club his been called for Jan. go tn ron-l ler it e IB a l.lsat.lllt) of employing a irofeittoual roa ha 1 hating aoine new nnats built. ss MATTZAWis .Jan. n.-At a meetingof theCarirsg Jgafl landing lee acht Cluli Isaac N. Hlller was e etiej lasfl Cnrnniodore. He Is th nsn -r nf the fait )aeht orfl VM Mar. Teer are several fast yachts In the c uh ana atABsf, om fin sport Is etp-el d as 0)n as lh h. liag tfsJJ lakes possession uf Ihe Hudson. H ASLKIIP OS lllB STATIOS SI I'I'J. H The Hlerper' Allejced I.o of f 83 -areg H II I m aa Intonlenlloa Fine. H When I'ollreinan Whalcn of the ihsrlet H ttreet so,uad walked np the steps of the rtst on H at half past n o'clock yesterday tunrni' ; ' H stumbled over a well-ilrerseil man n.rc;. H When lej before tho Sergeant the man s.ai.ei H his hat (low n on the desk and said : MB "Ilnw'ie yon, Capt'u? Say. what prec net do H you call It? No. I won't tell ynu tuj i.smr t II you tell tne." H He described himself as David M rarkc an H electrician, of 1111 Mxth nleniic. He was -d H up for Intoxication. A gold tvivtch and i I i of H cigarettes were fount! in his tiic,on. IH When he tvns nrralgned In.letlerson M r'et S Court before Magistrate l'lituiiirr Isle- , . i H tnnrnlng he sitol that he had loit $s II '''' H lit-nfllce nt A o'tlnck in tin- in ruing i it H one ur two drinks. The next thing he I.' i hnur ami a half later, he wa mil --is n H huuse and his money wit gnnt-, lie no e i at M as lie cnuld prove nothing against rnnn HJ vvhniu I.e suspected, be would let toe t r ?! rest where It ttti". lie then uleadi-d . '0 19 the rhnrgeof Inliixlcntioii and was it-, n c "I- jyj When the imllrenf th i harlet- sin ' 'a ' '.H beard his story they identlliiil linn t sn S whnwits arrested on rept. S nn n t nsrge ' s- saiili. trclerred by Jaiut-s II AcUir t 'f l-'I'l Sixth avenue. At that ttin lie cat I Imme us Jiihn lln. and threatened t i st H things lively tor tho police w hen l wa-'n- teheed to five da) a' unprisuninel.t . r lis olTeUte. M, II 111 Mll. CiIIVIt II . 1 Mil III !' H rlhe Otted tinned nnd Her lliilmnd Owe4 HJ Allmuur, Ho ssiie S.n. HJ After an absence of nearly h week, M 's'- 'H rlet illancliei.'ubiirn, the divorced w fe a ' m James Lawrence Deitlsonnf the Thlrlw jH linent. esterday returned to her board jH nt Tl Morton streei, Wlllinnisburgh . r en d HJ that she left her houio because -lo at 1 a H week's board. When she went awn) m " n Thiirsiltiy she told Mrs. Howe, lor i ' ' T. ill that she was going Hi advertise for a ' ' H tt'Bilitr or a companion. Mm La i H cents and was abliatned tu return. Mr ' ' H Mihlytst ritny thai inr iwenty-liiui h i ' leaving her iHiirdlni- huiio she w . i id HJ niotind. Miu npplli-d uin i liunliible : it In thl" rltv.ihti name nf vvblcn. slit' a i H was refused, shu iiiituagetl tn nbtain a lot " Ihtriiiliiitluu tn thu lliiinn for the All f ' ' HJ lesa Wiiiueii und Children, tt heiu ehe ir i ' " HJ until Tiievlay nlgbt, when aim rend lln - her dl-appearani e and di-i'ldid lu p'turti HJ Mr Cuiiiirii said thru In repl) In In-r ii'1"' 1 tlsenteiil she received inany Inaiilliug ie ' r' from men, Mie nildml Ihal If her hush ' ad Mild tntier each week the alimony as tl . f ' VJ1 bySupreniB CuurtJustliu tl.iynor sho w nli 1J be iicmillets. Mi Drowned In n t.'lieanpeiikr liny Aerlilenl. Mj llAl.TIMiiltl., ,lsn, I), Two lives wire lost at H the result of u collision In the ( hestipeuke I "T H near Kurt Cm ri.lt, this inorniug 'Ih" Mr H i hunts i.titl Miners' tlramer iltin art. from I H tnn und Norfolk, crashed nun I lie lug ub I H Wilson of the Viiglnliv Urt'ilglli.' I utupaiiy and H sunk her. Thu euglnrer, Juiin' tidrus. ot H teurs old, and C'hnrlea C, Chuppell, aged 17, H sou of the Captain of tbe tug, tteru drowned. H The Captain and the other four members of the M rrew clung tu the mudscows, which were la to of tbe tug, until retcutd. M '