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V Si it if.' y ZXOItEASED ATTESPAXOB AT I if , j?..- XAJiliOX BQUAJtV OAJlDJUr. x rj '. h. ' nertlrrr Raises Crortded -erl.il Centeatante, i J il and Many Co. Tret Wad by th BIO I' f WW' bl Progre or the Fly-Castlnc Canpe If' '' 1F$ tltlon. Incident of tho Jtotel Kxhls-ltUis. V' I ' flk'' When tho band was not plnylnff yesterday at is i1" ti the SporUmen's Btiow there were two iouniU to- ?' ? Ir echolnc through the flnrden that quickened the if E fiS blood ot orcry truo Nlmrod. Ono was the rapid ' Rf 21 " ,Ion1'1 -luukl" from tho captive wild Keeao, C W Wtt! "' olllcr 'I10 tones of a moose call worked by a ? I lfc' suldo In tho Maine aim p. r P S' To the uninitiated, the mooso cnllsunrested a ) , By fos horn, but to tho pun sharps the low, moan- A W lift Ins note, brought back tho woodlands and tho ''' $ -test of hunting life. Tho err ot tho wild ecose " & ' Jw na toprcsslve, even to those who only know r- ' He? l'10 Wrd when trussed and roasted, for It had ' B nn unc-nuy, melancholy pilch, llko tho hootlns k " ffll1' of au owl, and was a true novelty tn Uie midst ' tti ' SP' of c'lr c10- !' ft " TOft Thoro was alaind attendance, especially In tho ;jp rjr evonlng, and tho visitor seemed well satisfied. K i ' IV Tl" tAn drama, a the fly-casting; competition I E lr ! r-owcallod by tho regulars. Is running smooth- Si ' i lr.and tho actors are Improving In distance and , g, accuracy. The revolver and rifle huigos were y SR l If' "" ot oacI B'-on 0perts at the two t K T St etxle of marksmanship, and,asthoy are In the m m. downstair regtons, tho ordinary visitor are t- W W' not annoJrod by tno noise or tho smell of kW iJR. powder. ii: SL Ilut all who try for bullseyes aro not experts. 1 1;5 ' SS' There are ranges for beginners, and they aro . II ' i3 '"',''' M ua7 " other targets. A novice, $ K, I Jn w')0 seemed to havo boon dining freely, mado r IP F (H& lomowhat of a sensation In the ovenlng. Ho 'Mff Kii lurched Into a rango next to one held by a Ger- !' In man, who shoots with much gravity and ho a r P ' !!' record as a schuctionfext king. Ills rough f w iS handling of tho hair-trigger rifle in mak- t g- jK'' Ing ready caused the novice to send a I' a' !, bullet into the floor and thon ono into tho cell- ' w fW ,nf- Then he took a shaky aim and banged & . Xnf away. By an odd chancu he hit a bullseyo, but ' : J - !'' 't was on the the target in the next range, the S ' ' sVi one at which tho Qerman was taking a careful JD F sight. "Meln Uottl" crlod the startled Uer- & 3 man. "Who has my target shot Inlol" It was i IfS. bad moment for the novice. It KWj; In tho way ot defensive w capons Ibero Is one ? t mK decided novelty on view. It Is calculated as a . F ma boon to suburbanites who bare lonely midnight A ; K, walk to take on their homeward journey. The " '-, B?f) Pewr weapon flta in the palm of tho hand and ' k IW looks Uko a small silver snuft box. Aamallbar- liEL. Tel stick out from tho rim and the trigger is V 5 fiw worked by a slight pressure of the Angers. The h inn ooij of the snuff box holds seven cartridges, E Bt t MU which may be exploded in quick order without K Wb reloading. Armed with one of these silver-be- f 8-p decked toys, the suburbanite accosted br a mid- K W HP' night prowlorhas but toputoata "glaahand," ? 1- r when asked to stand and del Ivor, and perforate t' ft- W ,ho robber with bullets from between his ftngor. ' ' SiT To finda snuffbox assuming such an aggressive " imt policy would be apt to rattlo any highwayman. 1 8' w. There is a new display of modol yachts, each a ' o winner in race for mlnaturo cutters or sloops, !r m, y among the floating craft. The oddest of all tho i jiC SV" Inanimate floet, however, is a sneak skiff for f m' Jttk duck shooting. It 1 made to float half-sub- fi m ' EfiS merged, and around the man-hole rises a blind j. ft?. ot wheat sheaves. At a little distance the sneak t ul 9Bf 'fUl look like a cock of hay adrift, and hidden in a H'- ' 9$i thl shelter tho gunner will heable to draw closo ' Wr P.- toafeodlngflocKOf wntorfowl. i S Sri Among the tlshcnnen buying spring outfits the P fir ? sieei ny roas aro running tno spue bamnoo r HK . RP closely In favor. There Is but little difference in IX I f tho weight or cost, but tho play from tho stcol 1 S i? rod Irom tl10 tip alone. They lack the life of i- 8S a ' td0 bamboo rod, which bends equally in every !r ' 25P1 f Qot of 't length. But the steel tips do not snap ; J" W: off when tho cost Is tangled on abranch, aeon- lh sff. i (tnnt trouble with the bamboo rods. ' fi &At fly casting, in the afternoon, was for distance f 5 filC'' only, open to those who have never cast over OS ... li K foot in nny contest with a rod of C ounces or l fci. ' Ok-j. under. Tho ludges wero A. N. Cheney and O. P. tw? Moroslnl. Tho referee was Thomas B. Stoward. j !v iia! Tho distances were, in feet: C. O. Lovlson,?!1!): -. fc? : Dr. II. U O'Brien, 00; O. 11. Boot, UU; N. S. ;, K Bmltb. U8-j; U.T.Kennedy, Ul; D. Brandreth, B wll P- " evening contest was with light rods, if K ilngle handed, for distance only- The best work . Yr, mi'" of the week was shown. , - fSSP - The winner was P. Cooper Ilewltr, distance .- '. MS? 100 foot Sia inches, the full length ot tho tank. ffiK Hewitt tried switch casting. lt.CljOonard.who T Im-' wus Bccond, used the overhand style, and mado ;'; jir I'M'. a orld's record by beating his own mark at this 3 Wwr style, made on Ilarlem more in 1888, by casting V Pk: 1(50 f08t 33 Inches. Ills old record was 03 feel. P S I!?; - Thomas B. Mill mado 83 feet, and iilram i S llawos 78 feet. ,? . Sv In tho revolver shooting', in the military match. I jj f ' best possible score SOOTXieut. H. H. Sayre lead ' p " rL w-ith 237. In the contest In which only bulls- . PjV eyes count, best potulblo scoro 12, the leaders -, ' W ore Z. C. Talbot, 11; Motor W. B. Pryor. 11 ; Dr. f A. A. Webber. 11; Lieut. John Paine, 11; T. B. .V T Crowningshleld, 11. ! ;; gf" Tho new scores in the individual rifle cham- f p Sr pionshlp, best percentage on strings of ten shots. j ft follow: ffl' '- Buu, S,881 Flsrk, 1.378 1 O. D. Wlgman, S f- i S S.waS; A. W. Hawcs, 8,810; R. Duwe, 2,806; O. K. 5' if- c. Oeutch, S.805; W.A. nicki. S.SflS; a. w. Williams. 5w A a..8; D. Johnson. .,X5;U.B. MuUer. 8.811; B. W. 1 t Burton, 2.080. ,ly " &!-! Continuous Match But poulble soon 150. Hi- i E? Ito'-'- " it SB OusZlnunerman 74 7A 147 '" V. f IcnsU llartln 78 71 144 $ Mr I-Flek 78 71 143 ' at It- Duue 70 70 140 i i' P" BUS" 7U 1U 140 f i- EBg In tho Zimmerman trophy match, Ave targets v a F'iTi' tbreo shots each, the man with the highest " fi1 IBPi scoro Is B. Kraus, with 34, 20 00 out of a possl- if b! .72 .,n, ti0 bullseye target contest the '" 'IS ' placing is determined by measurement in de- V v' 'W grees that show the smallest number. ' .". 1 u- Uorney now leads with 18, Qus Zimmerman V m' having 10, J. Ilapham 10o, II. D. Muller 21. f m W. Lemke 23, U Teuck 25a. O. Blandford 20, $ M' W. C. Gannon 45. J. Farklnn 42, W.Dalton47! ' ff- W. O. Damoran 02, V. Burton OS's. t 5 KoiT l0,k DnlTert Athletic. I $ W A gymnastla contest for points between the - 1 vs"' team of the New York University and Lehigh . SP v has been arranged for Friday evening, March 20. Ut & iap , -'" A silk banner will bo presented to the winning f Mi 's team. Each team will consist ot eight men and f ' f on'7 two meD ' u team will appear in each ex- ? St" erclBe. Tbo contest will bo followed by a dance. t- S All tho baseball candidates are in active train- ' ffl:' ing, and have been practising out of doors for ' S tho past week. Tom Eoterbrook has been on- J if gaged to coach the men. Both Esterbrook and ; ', Fjf Capt. Hatch are pleased with tho showing al- l' BvSl!: ready made, and are confident of turning- out a Vf'' mW winning team. It i probable that no definite ; ' g electlons for positions will bo made until Just ." fji before the Union game. Manager Fetberston -' it fW ' announces the following schedule; March 31. r f- Union; AprU 3. Biverdaie Fold diubj 7, Fani i Pi i Ohio Field; io, Fordham, atFordham; 14, BU T '&' Francis Xavierj 17, Butgers, and 21, Mannat- t & " m ttair0."8' Jt'Ohio Field; JU-WesIeianTat i f M. fiiddletown; 28, Fordharo, at Ohio Field; May ir 1 2m 1, Btaten Island O.O.. at Staten Island; 4. Man- t It m 6ttn College, at KW York; 18, Montclair A. I 3, OS? ev'tMontclalr; 20. Trinity, and 28, CorneU, at f- ?$ Ohio Field. " l- f A K"e win probably be arranged for May 8 W with the Bridgeport profeesloualteam, and ne- .6 " " Sjf gptlatlons aro lu progress which will easily fill 3, i lb lh open dates. U' If?' CHeket. I The schedule of games which will deolde the ., J, cricket championship of Oreater New York ; tI rear was drawn up on Monday night at a i meeting of the Executive Committee of the i Metrpnollun District 1,'ricket Leaguo. held at F the Murray Hill Lyceum. It Is as rollows: I Llvnf,,S8t,"", U,aua st- Sew '"" -- - ( & .. u-3u"n lat . Mew York, at Living. I, ft- flOUt ;i ,8, Juno 8-Maahaltaa vs. Kerr York, si Prospect V l it tt Kew Jfrny A. O. ts. N.w York, at Her. j (S1 fen I'oloti auten UUnl ts. nbtitn. at Ula.. 1 June 19-Msnhitan vs. New Jsriey A. C at Proi. 1 Jun; iCuetropolltan liutrlct Ortoket Lsaiue ts. '- New Yora Crlckei Auoclailna, st Llviunton. i July -UanhMMa . Hew Vor, atrroipect f 1 'ulv 10-Jfwjriy A. C. T, s-.w York, atDsr- i i JrOlnt, IBil'n Vwau" J,r',y A Cl " 8M,,a I,Un', i July 4 sintsa hlsnd v. Hw York, al Uvlat. ar Sloe. fc July ai-Mantmsn vs. Nsw Jsruy A. 0 at 1'roi. fc Aug. 7 St.ten Iiland vs. New Jeriey A. C at Der- it (OU fnlnc. f Au. 4 Hanhsttaa vi. gtaten IiUa J. tt Prospect i ' ruxm, i . -U-1-Iew Jersey A. C. v. Manhattan, at Her. C lo I'olnti Bitten Itlaad ti. New Yor, tt Llriucston. I . P-ra" B-M "-'" ' Vorx. tt Pro.pect I sept. 4-Btttn Iiltnd vt. Sttnhttten, a'. Living. f VMl "' A C New Vor,t at "e'-"0 &? .-J' MmK t.Te en scheduled to commenca Ifr Shi?c,?,h,t iwl,U ,be ."fPllon of the Satch 'ft iW wtlTi-wt at uIa'm MJociatlon. whl:h J F tthUt. f( The Orange Whist Club successfully defended J theNewJersoy State troidiy agiilnst the Itoio- i ' y'UoClu,0 on Monday night, althouch they got a 1 . oad fright, winning by only one trick' The teams were: I i ". WtllU, tuilil. Uodmtu. a J' '" I1 IXTKHXATIOSAX ATXZXItCS. Kllpatrlek, AaseHe - tr HaK-WUe flanaer, ta gall tr kngiaaA TBy, Charles Kllpa trick, the noted athlete, who en joys th rare distinction of having run half a mile In the fastest tlmo ever tnadobyeltharon amateur or a professional, Is to sail for England on tho steamship Paris this morning. Altera 'phenomonnl career as an amateur in the colors of Union College, New York A. O., and Prince ton Unlvenlty, ho has decided to turn profes sional In order to meot E. C. Brcdln of England in a series of matches. Brcdln was to havo cap tained tho London A. 0. team which met it Waterloo at Manhattan Field in September, 1805, but ho withdraw at tho last moment, and eer since tho relative merit of the two runner has been a debatablo point among followers of athletics. Had Brcdln como over at that time tho ques tion might havo been settled in sensational fash Ion, as tt was at the International meeting that KUpatiick ran his phenomenal halt a mile, beat ing the Cambridge University A. A. President, F. 8. Horan, in 1 mtnuto 03 2-6 seconds. Tho time eclipsed anything made previously and has not boon approached since, but Brcdln has a mark of 1 nilnuto 05 seconds, mado under less favorable conditions. Ilia countrymen still be llevo bo is the poor of tho American. Bonio time agoBredln turned professional and challenged Kilpatrick. Tbe pair aro matched for a scries of threo race at 000, 800, and 1,000 yard respectively, each event to be for a side wager of $C00 and the Utlo of world's professional champion at the distance. One contest will take place In Eng land, one In Ireland, and one in Scotland. Tho first will be held early In May, and In tho mean time Kilpatrick will be keyed up under the mentorehlp of Walter O. and A. B. George. Tho American is already In good condition, as was shown at recent Indoor meetings, and should the change of cllmnto not troublo him he will firobably provo to bo tho most formtUablo Amor can representative at tho distances seen In Eng land since Lon Myers startled tho Britishers over a decade ago. It is thought, however, that the task Kilpat rick Is about to essay 1b a harder-problem than that which confronted Myers. With tho possi ble exception ot F. J. IC Cross of Oxford, Eng land has never had a mlddlo distance runnor of such high class as Brcdln. He represents an exceptional combination of speed and stamina, and judged by the time standard his claims to international prestige are well founded. He is a joint bolder of tho world's amateur record for a quarter ot a ratio on a curved track, having run the distance In 481? seconds on June 22, 1805. He was also a joint bolder of the world's record for 600 yard until Tom Burke reduced the mark to 1 minute 11 seconds Inst fall. Bredln's figures, 1 minute 11 2-5 seconds, still represent the British record. The "form book" is in favor of Kilpatrick as far as the half mile is concerned. Tho longer eventlsadoubtfulquantlty.al though the Ameri can Is probably tho better stayer, as ho has fre quently shown his ability to run a milo In cham Blonshlp company, whllo Brodln seema to prefer loshorter routes. Kilpatrick has a decided pull In ape and physique, and it will be an Interesting study for devotees of physical culture to seo how these advantages will balance against the long experience and faultless judgment of the veteran Englishman. In the matter of championship scalps there is little to choose between the two men, as each has practically won every title in sight. Kilpatrick Is a triple winner of both the half a mile nation al and Canadian championships, while Brcdln is a triple winner of the English crown at the same distance, besides having captured tho quarter of a mile honors twice. XETT iHZJTAUT ATHLETIC X.EAQUE. Only Member, or the Organisation Allowed to Compete In Came. The committee of National Guard officers re cently appointed to draft a constitution for a military athletic organization has finished its labors, and action on the same will be taken at a special meeting to bo called in a few days. An Important feature of the constitution Is that It provides a new definition for un omatour, from a military standpoint. The constitution, in brief, provides that the name of tho organization shall bo the Military Athletic League. Members shall bo .from regi ments, battalions, squadrous, troops, batteries, separate companies, naval militia, and tho regu lar army and nary. The constitution also pro vides for committees on handicaps, trials, sus pensions, qualifications, and reinstatements. The object of the leaguo is to hold an annual championship meeting and meetings at tho armories, which are to bo closed to all except member of tho organization. Tho following constitutes an amateur: An amtteur la hereby denned to be a member of the National Outre1, Ntrtt MUltlt, or rejrultr army or navy wao has not competed for a cash prlxe; who hts not sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of prlxes won by htm for money, or procured money for the same, and who does not receive money or compensation for engaging la athlctlo sports. Tho committee on the constitution was mado up as follows: Col. George Moore Smith, Sixty-ninth Regiment; Ueut.-Ool. Charles II. Lnscomb, Thirteenth Keslment; JlaJprP.Montant, First Brigade staff; Major Kathtnlel II. Thurston, Twenty-second Itrglment; Commander Jacob W, lllller. First Naval Btttalloni Capt. Walter O. Bcbuyler. Seventh Hegtrneat; Capt. Charles J. Seller, Twelfth Iteglment, and Capt. ueorge A. Win gate, Twenty-thlnf Regiment. President James E. Sullivan of the Metropoli tan Association of the A. A. U. when asked his opinion ot the new amateur rulo replied: "At a hasty glunco I think tho commltteo has started on the right track, but I think the defini tion could be made u little stronger. There is no referenco mado to disqualified members ot the golf, rowing, and other largo organizations. Their laws. In my opinion, should be considered. There should bo some mention, too, about tho 'ineligibility of men who act as Instructors for a remuneration. Thes. matters will undoubtedly be brought to the attention of tho leaguo and re ceive consideration, as the organization will hardly wont any unnecessary friction." In the opinion of Capt. Belter, Col. Luscomb, Col. Smith, and others prominent In the new movement, the Military Athlotlc League will develop athletics in tho Guard and also bring many outside athletes Into the ranks ot the citizen soldier. It Is also expected that tho holding of Joint games with amateur clubs, which a number of military organizations aro in the habit of doing, will bo prohibited throughout the State, and the roault will bo that the mtmbors of athletlo club will have to become members of the Guard in order to compete for tho prizes. Cheta Master Stelntta Is Bala to TJava ten tae Asylum. London, March 10. The Moscow correspond ent of the Standard telegraphs that Steinltz, the chess player, has been released from tho asylum In which he was for some time confined owing to his mental troubles. Tho correspond ent says that he conversed with Steinltz for an hour and could detect nothing the matter with him beyond slight nervous excitement. Steinltz ascribes his breakdown to the severe train to which he was subjected during bis recent publlo contest at Moscow. He says that if he had been among his intimate friends he would not have been placed In an asylum. He complains because the American Consul did not take steps to secure his release earlier. Steinltz Intends to start for Vienna on Tuesday. Racing at Mew Orleans. New Oauuxs. March 10 Warm weather, t fait track, and 8,000 people marked to-day's races here. The sport tiu lively, favorite and outsiders dividing the card. In the fourth race, however, It looked to most people at If a claim of foul mtde by the Joekey of Marqulso on Itobert Oonner should have beu al lowed, as the Joekey of the latter In the last slzteeuth repeatedly hit Marquise on the head with his whlD. Summtryi first lUoe Seven furlongs. Heuator Morrill, 1HB (Cay wood), S to 8, woni Teuoohtlan, los (Kninn), 10 tol.teeoudi Etttrree, 101 (Songer). 15 to I, third. Time, IsVHU. Second Kace One mile, Parmesan, 113 (SchcnTr). 4 to 1, wont Parmer Leljh, lot (J. Hill). 8 to 1, tn? on J i Elkln, 101 (CtinpUllJ, A to 1, third. Time, 1:44. Third Ktre Hunllei one mile and an eighth. Polly. 187 (C. Johnson), A to H, worn Proverb, 197 (Htriier), 10 to 1. second; Urakrinan, 181 (Dunn), 0 to 4, third. Time, 8,U3ti. fourth Itaee Mile. Roliert Bouner, OS (T. Hums). 8 to 1, worn UarquUc, lost (A. llnirott). 7 to 10, second: Aliwrt ., 115 (Dortey). 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:4V. fifth luce Six furlongs. Halloweeo. 108 (Hche rrer). 7 to . wont Kuth, OK (T. liurns), 7 to 1, sucoudi Issle O.. 100 (J. Hill). 10 to 1, third, time, ills. Sixth Itaee Mile. Imp. Perry, 118 (Clayton), 8 to .wouillauIdeaU107 ( ), J to D.twond; Chicot, 100 (Cay wood). 5 to I, third. Time, itU'i. Winner at Iron lllll. loos mix. March IB. The following tre the sum maries ot the races here la-dart first ltaoe Ptve furlongs. Mountain Maid, la to 1 and 4 to 1. wooi Brilliancy, a to i for olaet, seo ondt Estellt J. third. Tim. l;0o. ' second Htoe six furlongs. Katstta, even and 1 to . wont Dig Jim. S to 1 for place, second Par. Ibeuit third. Time. l:rt. rnird Kaoe Kour and a half furlongs. Gold Brlot. IS to 1 and 5 to 1. wont Dolsterout, 3 la n for place. teeondi;Pcktway third. Time. 1:01 u. fourth Kace OU furlsngs. Uoller, 4 lo 0 tnd I to 8 won; Jtm Donltn. B to 0 fur place, second; Mil. dred D. tnird. Time. iris. ruth Race-Four ."d a half furlongs. (Jaicogne, 11 to 0 ant even, wont Prlnoeaa Julia. 4 tu 1 for place, aecondi Edna Bennett third. Tims. liUk. Sixth llaoe Plve furlongs. Mollis May. even tnd ?. !V' JW0.B' VUi' B ,0 tor flaee, second; fritz Hiiro irntj( iiuot Ililtlarda. I1otw. March 18 -Jacob bchaefer made a formal claim to the billiard championship of the world last nUht at the Hub rooms, where be gave an exhibition with Utwla bhttw. Ills manuer. Col. W. II. Pualer stldthst hekavfer had posted the necessary forfeits tnd walU4 a reasonable time for a rcapouee, tnd hail thus far failed tu secure gtut with Ires, the chttu titoo. Schaefer wuu lb exhibition game at fourteen-tocbbalkltosbyaKorseltvv-toUT. ' t I fffirfritrriss nit ii iivt1ljitr"r.!i&tum&.. Bxrxxrx xxazJtimT xxrxxwxi. Ceo. teal mtsa-erald Frtweata SJearlf t,oee Badge ta MaMCsmea. v There was a largo andbrllllantcompany at the Seventh Regiment Armory last evening to wit ness a review of tho regiment and presentation of marksmen's badges by Gen. Louts Fitzgerald, who Is In command of the First Brigade. A outsldo of the team and expert division nearly every individual member ot the regiment wo entltlod to the State decoration for good marks manship, tho time allotted to tho review was llmltod and the major portion of the evening was dovoted to pinning badges on to such mem bers ot tho regiment as were entitled ta the honor. Tho Seventh, as usual, leads all military or ganization In the State at the butt a well as in numbors, and Col. Dtnlol Applcton, in hts general orders to tho regiment, congratulate his men " that they have not fallen behind the high standard ot previous years." Tho Colonel add that tho number of marksmen exceeded tbo strength ot tho organization at inspection, and that tho firing in ranks resulted In a larger percentage of hits than has over before been at tained. He also congratulates tho team ot 1890 on tho magnificent scoros inado In the State and brlgado matches. The nunics of tho members of tho team and the score mado in these two matches oroa follows: Capt. 11. W. Jauaen, Company At Ueut. O. M. Car nochtn, ttaffi Llout. W. J. Underwood, Company II; Sergeant W. V. smith. Company Cl Sergeant E. C. Itoblnson. Company C; Sergeant J. M. Hoe, Company C; Corporal IU M. Kalloch, Company II; Corporal I. J. Conroy, Company A l Corporal E. w. Lancaster, Com pany A; Corporal A. htevena. Company Pi Corporal 11. K. Crall, Company Ot Private J. W. Ilalttetd, Com pany Cl Private V. W.Btvler, Company Cirri rate A. Belthasar, Company Cl Private R. Darling. Company A ( Private D. C. Meyer, Company Cl Private D. 1 Williams, Company ot Private F. B. Baker, Company it. In the First Brlgado match the taam toorcd 1,0115 points, and tu the New York State match 1,01V points. Plve thou etch at 1100, DUO, 600, and ooo yards. Tho cxperlB this yonr numbered 25, sharp shooters 140, and marksmen 880. Under the rules an export has to hit tho man target eight times out of a possible ten at 700 and 800 yards, while a shurpsnootor hus to Bcoro 4t! out of a posslblooO at&OOand 000 yards andamnrks mun 30 at 200 and 300 yards. The expert this year Included the following: Rank. Name. Company, Second Lieutenant.... W.J. Underwood It Corporal .11. M. Kalloch II Corporal II. K. Crall U Corporal A. Htevena V Private M.B. Atkinson. U Captain W. II. Palmer.. ..(1. 1L P.). Staff Captain. II. W. Jtnssen A First Lieutenant (l.lt. Carnochan (L It. P.). Staff Quartermaster Sergt..T. J. Conroy A Corporal E. W. Lancaster II Corporal O. Smith K Corporal E.O. Hewitt II Corporal B. Klpji V Corporal B. B.McAlpln I Lance Corporal E. B. Coy 11 Lance Corporal C. Crarfn I Private J. W. Halatead O Private E.M. Leask I Private A.E. Wells B First Lieutenant, R. M. Dunn O Pint Sergeant P.J. White K Sergeant J. L. Roberta, Jr. I Private W.N. Btvler U Private U. Darling A Private P. Weasel O Tbo record of tho field, staff, and non-commissioned staff of tho regiment was as follows : Total Strength Jr Sharp ifarH- JYue- of in- Comrtany. ixrft. akootsrs. men. firing, specfion. F.,8. ) N.C. B.J S B 10 S4 28 A 3 U 87 00 US 11 1 14 81) 104 101 C 8 ID SO 10S 101 D 3 13 SS 104 101 K S 10 74 SO 8W P 1 H 103 11 101 O 84 74 100 101 u 4 li no los lot 1 3 13 88 1U4 101 If. 1 11) 01 111 101 Total 85 "l40 SSB 1,057 1,031 JV'-Eirs Ol' TUE JTIIEEZ3TEX. Fred Titus Itelnetated by the Sew Chairman of the staring Hoard Sotea. Baltimore, March 10. Chairman Albert Mott of tho Natlonul Racing Board of the L. A. W. eent a communication to-day to Fred Titus, the old class B racing man of Now York, reinstating him to full racing privileges in tho L. A. W. Titus was suspendod fifteen months ago for alleged complicity in fixing a race at St. Louis with L. D. Cabanno and Charles M. Murphy. Both these riders w ere reinstated some time ago. Secretary Bassett ot the L. A. VT. received 80S applications for membership this week. Tho , returns from the leading divisions are as follows: New York. 831; total, 21,091. Masstehuaettt, 83; total, lO.vay. Pennsylvania. 83: toUl, 11,800. New Jersey, 47; total 4.U71. Ohio, 4U; total. tf.UlSi 1111 noli, U4; total, U.014; Indiana, 4; total, ma; Iowa, ; total, 1,301: Mlesouri, 11; total, 2,008. Connecti cut, 10; total, I.Siitf. The total membership of tho. Leaguo is now 75,810. Bicycle racing in Australia Is one of the most popular sports, and attracts widespread atten tion. Frequent race moots aro held and large purses offered. One of tho biggest meets of tho year is tho annual tournament ot tho Australian Natives Asnoclation. This meet was held on Jan. 20, and in the two-mile A. N. A. race, for which a purse of 181,750 was off ered. some of the best riders in tho world competed, including Porta, Lewis, Parsons, Martin, llelph, and llroadbent. O. C. Tcbbutt. a mere youth, with 210 yards handicap, won tho race and puree handily. Advices from Australia show that William Martin, tho American professional, has again Incurred the dlspleasuro of the Australian Rac ing Leaguo, with tho result that he haB been suspended from the race track for two years. Martin, who gained somo notoriety in this country as a six-day rider, has been very suc cessful during his trip to Australia, and has won considerable money. notis. The question of holding national cycle shows in the future will come up at the meeting of the Directors of the Board of Trade to be held In this city on March 124. A twenty-mile open road race will be held at Gloucester, Mosa on April 10. Among the prizes will be a piano valued at tloo. Will It. Pitman, the New York member of the State naclnjr. Board, maintains that the home trainer con tests held tt the Brooklyn Cycle Show last week were not sanctioned by the L. A. W. llo Intends to lay (ho xnttler before the National Board. The Atalanta Wheelmen have appointed the follow ing Race Committee: C. II. Budd, C. Olozaga, P, W. Volgbt, W. V. Belknap, W. U. Smith, E. A. Smith, It. 1) Young, and CM. Weilcs. l'ro.ldont Barnett of the Associated Cycling Clubs of Long Island bat appointed John Uellowell as a member or the race committee. A plan Is now under consideration to bold a road raoe early In Juno. President Potter of the L. A. W, received a set of resolutions from a party of Callfornlan ministers In dorsing tbe action of the Leaguo In suppressing Sun day racing. The Arcanum Wheelmen of noboken have elected the following officers to serve for the ensuing yeart President, C. D. Cherry; Vlee-Prealdent, L. uagen; becretary-Tretsurer, E. W. Tuthlui road officers, Vic tor A. Bremer tnd S. W. Crawford; color bearer, II, W, Pearson. Celr. Lakewood, March 10. To-day was note worthy In tho history ot tbo weekly competi tions at the course of the Ocoan County Hunt and Country Club for lady golters.lt boing tho last of the scries. The pretty silver cup pre sented by Arthur B. Claflln was for tho fourth time, w on by Mrs. Frank Morgan Freeman, who Is now on equal stunding with Mrs. K. Kobblns Walker. Tho latter, who has four wins to her credit, was prevented by illness from participat ing lonliiy. Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. Walker will thus havo to meet uguln tosottlo tho question of owner ship. Mtb. Ululllu wus placed ut scratch to-day for her victory of last week, Mrs. Freeman's handicap belug raised from IB to '23. Both pin) crs wero lu goad form, Mrs. Freeman doing thu course In l&U, and Mrs. C lull In taking 1U0. Mrs. Freeman's net scoro was thus 128, or '2 butter thuu that ot Mrs. Cluflln. Aitkkn, B- C, March 10. Tbo finals for the chauiptunsulp unci thu Southern Cross Cup In the open scratch tournument of thu Palmetto Golf Club was played to-day. A. 11. Finn of the Puluiotto Golf Club beat J. It. Chadwlik of the Richmond County Club & up, 4 to plar. Jasper Lynch and Dr. Paul KlmluiU of the Lakewood Oolf Club were beaten in the semi-finals in tho morning. The scores by rounds were a follows ; 1 Irst Round Leeds beat Slmpklns, 3 up, 1 to play; Lynch beat Murray, 4 up, I) to play; Meorhead beat Elliot, (I up, 5 to pity i renn bett Beach, 7 up, 0 to Clay i Cbadwtck beat Itobblut. 4 up, 8 to play; Taller cat Ttpptn, upi Kimball beat Appleton. 1) up, 1 to play i Sweeney bttat Hitchcock, 4 up, a! to play. becond Rouud- Lynch boat Leeds S up, 1 to pity; Penn bett Moorbead, Uup, S to play i Uuadwlck beat Taller, U up, to ptayt Kimball beat Sweeney, S np, 3 to play. Third Round Fenn beat Lynch, 4 op, 3 to play l Chadwlck beat Kimball, 1 up. ' Final-Petm beat Chadwlok, S up, 4 to pity, Vuchtlo- it'etea. A number of Important matters will be brought up for discussion at the meeting ot the Uravetend Yacht Club which Is lobe held this evening at the Ulmor Park Casino. Tbe most Important no doubt will be the making up of the schedule ot the various races tl tho regatta to be held this season tnd the prltea that tre to be offered, beveitl new yachts will be added to tbe club's fleet this ) ear. Including the butt that It now being built fur V Ice-Commodore Bates. The Excelsior Yacht Club baa appointed a commlt teo to select a site for tbe establishment of a new clubhouse somewhere In the vicinity of Urtvesend or on tbe banks of the Harlem Hirer. The committee will report on thn matter tt the uext meeting when aetlou will be taken. Tbe newly elected officers ul medullars; Commodore, E. lie Voai Vlee-Commo-lore, A. II. Frauds; Rear Commodore, J. J, Diwi becrettry, John M. Russell) Financial becrttary, W, A. Iiwlnelli Treasurer, U. H. Leather; Measurer, M, Ihomaoui Trustees, L. Lawtoo, li. Urtbaui, Ii gcuwaawedtl, aad R. Ueaoka, SCLi-a"'4tSrWtjt.lfalAl jrrtr TerH Bcwier tea vkreo neretj ta Use Brooklyn Teems. Th Anal Interstate League games In UrUettywsr played at th Oermanla Assembly Booms alley last night, the Brooklyn winning all but tho first gam. In the last contest the local player had a command rag lead nntll th closing frame, when Kthltdorf only brought down four pins to follow his double strike la the previous two frames. The Spartan man alto misted the spars, aad it was left to Mirer to pull ont a victory. The latter bad made strikes in the eighth and ninth frames, to which be added two more and etght pint on the third ball, which brought tht victory to Capt Thynt't men by one pin. At the remaining games will be played tercet the bridge, the Brooklyn have tho advantage for the championship, having to win only live game to Ut the New Yorks. The scores: nnsT oasts. New York-SleveC 100; Starr, IBS; Clinch. 177; Bahlsdorf, Slfl Wllckens, 103. Total, 881. Brooklyn Monnlnger, 1601 Thyne, ICQ; raulton, aHllBrtU, 100; Silver, 106, Total, 804. szcoin atwe. New York Blrrers, 1741 Starr, 140; Clinch, 147 Kahlsdorf, 189; Wllckens, 177. Total, 888, Brooklyn Brill, lev; Boemmeruiann, 170PtuUon, 00 Mennlnicr, 187; Sliver, z-OD. Total, yoo. Ttiran out New York Slevenu 108; denies, EOS; Starr, 188 Kahlsdorf, 178; Wllckens, 18U. Total. 047. Brooklyn Brill, U18 Uoeinmrrmtnn, 108i Paulson, BOllMennlnger, ISO; Silver, 202, Total, 1,004. rooam oana. New, York Steven, 176; denies. 100;Bttrr, 8SI Eahladorr, 174, Wllckcnt, 181. Total, 931. Brooklyn Brill, 17g;Boemmermann, 187lPtulson, 148; Mcnntnger, IDS; Sliver, 20. Total, OSSi. Tns games In Bttpt't tournament on Monday night rttulted as follow si rnur oainc Tuesday Arteraoon C. Ooeben. Jr., tSOl Stark, lsot uoertbacner, lOai Bletet, 1MB: Dr. Bergtorf, Ilttll r. ritccut. Jr., 187. Total, 7VS. Urtdell Schmidt, 131: Beimler, 183; Beck, 171; Mallon, 1XU; Kempr. 170; Dlppel. 184. Total, u7. SE0O5D OAKS. Tuesday Afternjon C. Ooeben, Jr.. 110i Stark, 14i Uoeribtcnrr. ul: Dterel, 10V: I)r. Bergtorf. ItiWi p. riacous, Jr., 131. Total, 701. Hasten Damsiaater Epplo, ivtoi Herrlloh, 128 Jenjes, ul; Uorfmtu, 130; Jraeber, 118; Ward, 141. Total, 740. TmRO oiuc. Orsdell Schmidt, lHOi Beimler, 184; Beck, 170; Mallou, lev; Kempt. 1B3; Dlppel, IDS. Total. V00. Ilessan Dainatadter Kppel, lift llerrllch, 107; Denies. 138; Hoffman, lsu;Uraber, lkSi Ward, VV. Total, 087. The last Installment ot games bnt on In the An nexed District League tournament was played at EMIug't Casino alleys on Monday eight. It was tht final appearance fDr the Melrose and Fleetwoods, the latter team playing with four men. Tbe tcorett first om. Knickerbocker No. 13. Snyder, 1S4 W. Meyer, 14U1 wild, 107; B.'hncldrr. 188; Booth, 124. Total, 031. Fleetwood Blenter, 149; Harris, 128; YIeser, 138; Enauer, lea. Total, 8VJ. SECOHO OAKS, GIrard Spring, 182; R. Brown. 100; Haines, 188; F. Brown. lBUt Cox, IV 2. Total, sou. Union Klostroy, lrJSi Manson, 104; Roberts, 103; Vogt, 148; Plckard, 180. Total, 7S4. Tumi) aatiE. K. O. S. No. 1-Maurer, 147; W. Weber. 187; Ahr, 181; Buchmeier, 134; Putemann, 138. Total, 787. Anchor strlttmttter. lost Arcunder. 147; Doth. 123; dels, 1V0; P. Weber. 110. Tetal, 7S0. rocnni oamk. K. O. S. No. l-Mturer. 181; W. Weber. 188; Ahr, UK: Buchmeier. 16a: Pusemtnn, 147, Total, 780. Melrose Schmidt, 148; Doyle. 170; Daum, 17o; fiutchings, 204; Cordes, 1U4. Total, U00. rirru aaas. Hyperion Runts, 171: Hermann. 147: Schsefsr, lbSt Uohmtnn, 1SJ: Ireland, 137. Tottl. 713. Anchor Strlttmttter. 1V3: Arcunder, 180; Both. 110; dels, 148; T. Weber, lot). Total, 788. SIXTU OA3UE. , Ilyperlon Knnts, 107; nermann. 179: Bchaefer, IBS: Uohmtnn. 130; Ireltna. 123. Total. 748. Fleetwood lileuler. 130; Harris. 130; Vleser, 120; Enauer. 13V. Total, 029. Tne teams of the Clio Wheelmen and Puritan Ath letic Association met In two or the opening garnet ror the weea In tbo series of tno Jersey City Bowl ing Lettue, which were rotted on Monday night at Edinaer't al eya In tho Clreenvitte section. Tne hon or were aivlded. Th ssores: MUST JAMS. Clio Wheelmen Chamberlain. 176: Twalts. 190; a. Tasch. 172; C. Mawbey. 103; B. lleye, ISO. To tal. BBS. Puritan Athletlo Asaocltton Prior. 137t Grant, 92: Braden, 17; nenncxt, los; Plynn, 113. Total. 823. SECOTD OaHE. Clio Wheelmen Chamberltln, 122; William malts. 121; A. Toicii, HO i C. Mawbey. 12U; 11. Heye. 141. Total, 033. Puritan Athletlo Association Prlo, 180. Yon Blarconn. Ill): Braden, 183; Ilenrlcxt, 137; Plynn. 13V. Tottl, 738. The postponed games In the series of tbe Associated Cycling Clubs ot the New Jersey Bowling league, tw tween the teams of tbe Clio Wheelmen of Jentey City Heights and Union County Koodstera of Rthwty, were rolled last night at the former's alleys. The scores: ruurr oainu Union County Roadsters T. M. Black, 137; P. S. Slater, lb3; Q. M. Howard. 101: A. II. Chamberlain, 201; W. H.Martin, 100. Total. 331. Clio Wheelmen U. Heye, 139; (Jeorse Buchtenklrk, 168; A.Tasch, 101; A. Duke, 173; J. Ruddlck, 105. Total, 792. SECOND GAME. Union County Roadsters T. M. Black, 160: P, S. Slater. 108; O.St. Howard, 148; A. II. Chamberlain, 184; W.S.Martin, 137. Total, 847. Clio Whetlmcu II. Heje, 187; Geo. Buchtenklrk, 13(1; A.Tasch, 128; A. Duke, 157; J. Ruddlck, 187. Total, 758. There were no Interesting features In the New York Women's League tournament gomes played yesterday afternoon, with the exceptlou of tho ecore rolled by Mra. Noller of the Nontdeutacher women. She tallied 1 n.v thM umnnl hbrlipjit aenre miulu to date. TIir scores: Oleander No. 1 Mra. Klep. 80; Mra. Peldhuaen, 80; Mn.U. Krosa, 72; Mrs. Lauasen, UO; Mrs, P. Uelmcrs, 89. Total, 871. Oleander No. 2 Mrs. Bcverston, 85; Mrs.Lampe, 88; Hn.MorJenhof, 7J; Mrs. J. lUnners, 81; Mrs. Meyer, 68. Total, 851. Unter Uns No. 1 Mrs. Lehr, 78; Mrs. Meyer, 94; Mrs. Marshall, 80; Mra. Levy, 78; Mrs. Barnett, UO. Total, SUO. Unter Una No. 8 Mrs. Romcr, 88; Mrs. Radecke, 78; Mrs. Bowmann, 80; Mrs. Byle, 83; Mra. Schlld, 79. Total. 849. Unter Uns No. 8 Mrs. Klunk, 40; Mrs. Ducat, 49; Mm. Voege, 80; Mrs. Toby, 80; Mra. WeUgtrber, 82, Total, 207. Unter Una No. 4 Mrs. Feldmann, 48; Mra. Schuh mann, 72; Mrs. Kretz, 83; Mm. Flrrnbocb, 4V. Total, 229. Defender of Brooklyn Mra. Schutte, 81: Mrs. Helde, 84; Mrs. Swtaey, 55; Mrs. Battler, 79; Mrs. Dornbach, 03. Total, mi. bunday Night Mrs. Arnold, 78; Mrs. Roeder, 83; Mrs. Metndel, 08; Mrs. Schlelmacher, 08; Mrs. Stroemel, 53. Total, 320, Norddeutacher Women Mrs. Bene, Al; Mrs. Span hoff, 77; Mrs. Noller, 105; Mrs. Uansten, 44; Mrs. Dohrmtnn, 80. Total, 880. The close race for supremacy In the Iuterclub Letgue tournament of Brooklyn It attructlnijgeueral attention, and the alleys w here tho leaders partici pated In last night's gamos were thronged with en thusiastic clubmen. The Columbians' double victory and Carletous' even break glvo the latter a margin ot only one victory, Tho ecores: AT TOE CAOLETOX CLUB yittST OAHB. CorletonClnb Stoner, 18V: Van Slclen, 108; Sander ton, mistebblns. 188;Frankl9b, 178. Total, 827. Irving Club Uulnn, 187; Ferret, 184: Patterson, 178 Iremonxer, 199; Spencer, 164. Total, 869. ttcovo OAHK. Carleton Club Stoner, 142; Van Slclen, 168; Sander son, 187; Stebbtns, 192; Frankl.li. ISO. Total, HUS. Iprlng Club 4ulnn, 181 1 Ferns. 211; Patterson, 158; lremonger, 186; Spencer, l&S, Total, 818. AT Till COLl'KUUX CLUB VlttST OAHK. Columbian Club Burllen, 148; Howard, 170; Hag aerty. lSltLangan, lHa:ltelley, 100. Total, 847. Knickerbocker Field Club McNeil, 1HH; W. Holmes, 101; tlshbeck, glOiNostraud, 144; P. Holmes, 168. Total, bat. BECOtO OAHK. Columbian Club Burllen, 148; Howard. 178 Hag gerty. 158; Langou, 149; KeUey, 211. Total, 8.17, Knickerbocker Field Club McNeil, 165; M. Holmes, 144; PUhbock. 189 Noitranu, 182 P. Holmes, 147. Total, 797. AT TUX UifCOUf CLUB ViaST OAHB. Lincoln Club Young, 129; lloseen, 191;Butler, 171 1 Olmstead, 178; I'urdy, 184. Total, 888. Aurora Grata Club Parker, 155; Ktpfer, 108;Llttle, 162 Uooderton, 167; K. Beard, Id.:. Total, 844. secuso oahx. Lincoln Club Butler, 141; Rouen, 158; Young, 148; oltnstcad, 231 Purdy, 179. Total, 858. Aurora Urata Club Parker, 124; Kapper, 187; Little, 157;Uoodersou, 18J;.lieard, 147. I'ottl, 768' at tbb oxvoan clcb ruttr uaux. Oxford Club Taylor, 163; Hitch, 188; J. Beard, 148; Whtltleaey, 149 Fisher, 204. Total, 789, Union Leaguo Club lloughtou, 188; Burroughs, 168; Edmoastone, 149ll.Lounsbery, 147; WelU, 178. Total, 880. lECom OAna. Oxford Club Taylor. 114; Hitch, lC8i J. Beard, 171; Whittlesey, 201, Fisher, 214, Total, 860. Union League Club lloughtou, 148; Burroughs, 182 Kdmoustouo, 168; It. Lounsbery, 143; Wells, 174. Total, 808. AT TUB flAXOVEU CtrB rittST OAME. Htvover Club Lee, 212; KlU'htUK. 108; Andrews, 146; Tompkins, !40 aroeeh, 207. 'lotat, 878. Midwood Club htelubugler. 173; Mtttbent, 100; Cltrktoa, 103 Johnson, 185; lluvlland, 187, Total, 843. stconn oiiir.. Hanover Club Lee, 149; Kltchlug, 137 Andrews, 187; Myerle, 212; Uroach, 179. Total. H(I7, Mldwoud Club htelnbugler, 179t Matthewa, 185; Cltrksou, 198; Johnson, 186; Htrlltud, 100. Total, 881, Pout. Newark, March 18 Tho nrst Kama In tbe State pool lournameut at Murray's arcade to-nlgbt was won by Frank Mead from C. Ullmon. hcorr, 125 to 12J. Ulhaon lust tho stooud gsuie to McLaren after a hard Utile by 120 to I2J. ' Doa't waste sympathy on oae?&w who tins a bad complexion aadjjs&V doets't use Woodbury's Facial SoaiHr . i atjtwxB Uwr. jife jrtvjurAMmxr. BlfS.l ls.l si eeter rrtna AH tyre- Use Oenatnr art Bayekester dreaatfa. The second annual tournameut of the Cobweb Oun Club, which 1 usually held during tho week of tho sportsmen' show in the Garden, waa be gun yesterday on the club' ground In Bayches ter, and attractod a large number ot tho beat target and live-bird eholaln tho country. Tho tournament will last tour days, tho first two being devoted to target shooting and the last two to live bird. Tbe contestants numbered some of tho best known shots In tho country, in their ranks Including such cracks as G. I). Ful ford. Rollo Helices, Fcrd Von Dyke, O. It, Dickey, thowlnnorof lastyoar's Qraud American Han dicap; Charles Budd, 81m Glover, and Keaf Ap var, Undor tho condition of tho tournamont clay bird vt 111 bo utod on tho first two nndllvo birds on tho last two days. In tho day-bird shooting there are ton evant. or 170 tar get a day divided Into 10 and SO bird ovonta, and the man breaking tho largest number of targets or scoring the greatest per centage in tho two day will be declared tho wlnnor, and tho purso will bo divided among tho shooters on tho Rose system. In yesterday's shoot Hollo Helkes mado tho top sooro, breaking 1SS out of his 170 targets, whllo Sim Glover was second, with ISO, and Charles Grimm third, with 140. Thanks to tho efficient management of Goorgo V. Thompson. Jr.. tho club's secre tary, tho events wero run oft promptly In splto of a large entry list The tournamont will bo continued to-day, to-morrow, and Friday, Tho core follow: M -, w - ie m M - r- m" ccococociobi o s ? a s n 3 s s s s JJjjHJjfji IJola Helkes 18 18 17 13 19 14 17 IB 20 14 155 C. Bortlett 19 11 IS B ig Is 14 llllS 14 140 Von Dyke,... 10 14 1H 14 18 11 18 12 IB 18 148 B-Edwards 18 10 17 12 14 11 10 19 IB IS 185 W.Fairmont.,., 12 U 18 11 15 10 14 10 18 14 120 W. Rlko. ....... 12 18 17 12 17 18 12 18 IB 10 185 P.. p.Fnlford ... 12 10 18 12 IS 14 18 18 18 14 189 O. It. Dickey .... 13 18 19 18 14 12 18 13 18 18 144 Chariot Grimtn. 11 12,18 14 18 18 19 13 19 14 149 Mm Glover...... II 14119 12 18 14 17 14 IT 14 180 ChtrleaBudd... IS 14,18 18 19 18 IB 13 17 18 148 A.Clark. 11 14 10 11 10 18 IB 11 18 8 181 5-Leroy IS 18 10 18 14 15 18 0 18 11 1119 T. White 14 1018 18 19 18 17 13 18 10 148 Wm. Bennett ... 12 18 14 14 19 12 20 11 18 11 143 NetfApgar 10 14 10 12 17 18 17 18 18 0 109 J-Wood. 10 ..10.... '' Prlngle. 0 16 14 IB 14 11 18 18 18 10 188 C. Hebbard n L.PIercy 10 15 It. Ctsbua 7 11 e .. 7 10 11 .... P. McKeon 7 12 8 10 8.... Gus drift 18 ..18 19 12.... C.Cthrt 10 ..12 ..12.... Hoe 9 .. 11 .. 11 .... ItatketbalL The Yalo basketball team defeated tho Central Y. 31. C. A. team in tho match gamo plnyod at tho Cycle Club of Brooklyn headquarters last night. Tho collegians played excellently throughout and scored 8 points to the Central's 3 in thp first half. In tho socond half Yalo fuirly held, her own, the final score boing Yale, 11: Contrnl, 7; Y. JI. O. A.. 4. Toddy Goodman defeated Sam Brock In a two milo professional bicyclo match. Tho evening's entertainment included a calisthenlo drill and genoral gymnastic and athletlo exhibition by members of tho Y. JI. C. A. branches, IVanB Island Trap Sheottng. William Richards, one of the top "otchera ln'the new handicap arrtngement or the Emerald Gun Club ot this city, was the only memoeroutot the twonty-stx Participants In yosterday'a contest to make a clean score. Only on man succeeded In killing nine birds, the lucky expert being Dr. George V. Hadton, but no leu man seven mtde a score of eight klllr. Sweepstakes were In order after th main event. The tcoret: First Event Uegultr monthly club shoot tt ten live birds etch, for yearly prltet, cl mined shoot lug. William ltlcnarda. 2U yards. 7 pulntr. 101 Dr. Ueorge V. Hudson. 28 yardt, OH points, u; Edward a. Vroome. 28 yards, rtij pulnti. at George E. Loo ble. 28 yardt, OH points, bi entries Btuettle. 28 yards. 0 pomtr. 8; Richard Bcstd. 23 yards, o points. Hi William Joerger. 18 yards. 0 points, 8: Bernard Amend, 28 yards. 8 points. 8; Owen Mul cabey, 28 yards, 8 points. 8; Ueorae B. Hllltrs. 28 yards, n ootnu, 7; Emll Weiss, 29 yardt, o points. 7: John H. Moon, 28 yards. 8K points, 7i Frank W. Placo. 28 yards, OH points, 7: Toomtt BBort, 28 yardt. OH points, 7i William Bands. 28 yards. 8M points. 7; c. W. Billings, 28 yards. 8 points. 7; Harry P. Burns. 28 yardt. 8 points. S; Toomtt P. Cody. 20 yards. 0 points, Ot Dr. wuiitm Rlcnter, 28 yards, a points. 0; Richard O. Clayton, 29 yards. 7 points. 8; John Woetfel. 28 yards. 0 points, 8; Harry P. Pessendtn, 28 yards. CM oolnts, 0: Otto Illlmer, 28 yards, 0 points, 8; President William Amend. 28 yards, 0 points, 0; Joseph Banter. 28 yards, 8 points, 4; George K. Brsit, so yards, S points. 3. Second Event Sweepstakes at Ave live birds each, alt 23 yards rise, two moneyt. Clayton, 6; Bender. S: Short. 0; stueule. 4; ltlcnarda, 4: Mulcahey. 8. Thlrd Event Miss and out sweepsttKea. Bender. IT Ciarton, U; Mulcahey. 0: Tom Bats, 0. Fourth Event Same conditions. Clayton. 3;Mnt cahey. 1 1 Bender. 0. Firm Event Same conditions. Clayton, 8: Ben der, 8; Mulcahey, 4; Bats, 8. Iiaaeball Xetea, The Newport Baseball Club hat arranged games In Newport with tlx lagoe clues, viz.: Aug. 4, Balti more: Aug. 18, Pittsburgh; Aug. 80, Boston; Sept. 8, Cincinnati; Hcpt, 7, St. Louis; Sept. 28, Brooklyn. Clxvelaxo. March 18. Manager Tebeau has re ceived no offlclai notice or tne proposed trade of O'Connor ror orlffln and Grim of Brooklyn, and does not believe it will be made. "Ldo not believe Brooklyn la in a position to trade off good men even for a better one," said Tebeau. "but ir they want O'Connor they can get him for mots men." President Byrne tnd Manager Barnle of the Brook lyn club are busying themselves with preparations to send thetr tetm boutn uext Mondty. All me plty ert have algned except Kennedy, Junea, and tlrlm, out these men are expected to fall In lino very toon. Mr. lijrne laid yesterday that there was stilt a allg. t hitch over the rent of the new grounda, but be expected to roach a satisfactory settlement In a few days. New Bbcvswick, Kirch 16. The following sched ule of gamea hat been arranged by Manager Gutnrla of the Rutgers College baseball team: March 81. Princeton, ar Princeton; April 10, Lehigh, at Beth lehem: 14. Media Academy, a New Brunswick: 17, New York University, at New YorK: 28. Lafayette, at Faston; May l.Munty Hill, at New Brunswick: 8, Urslnus, at Collegevllle, Po.; 10. Union, at Al bany: lu. Jaspers, at Ne iv Brunswick; 22. Newark Field CluD, at Newark; 2tf. Englewood Field Clbb, at Engiewoodt June 12. Crslnus, at New Bruns wick. Other dates will be filled la later. HonxKLUviuJC, N. Y., March 18 Tho local baseball team organized to-nlgbt by tbe election of the follow ing prominent cltlient to the Board ot Directors: E. J. Hcbwarzeubich, O. A. Dolson, J. W. Burnham. C. W. EU, J. II. Clancy, and William Kchwlngle. The players will bo signed at once and the club will try to bold.last year's record, that of the Independent championship team. It It pueaiblethat asttte League will bo formed to con tain Auburn, Geneva, Lyons, Palmyra, Corning, Blnghamton, Elmlra tnd this city. Slops in that direction have already been taken, Lakkwooo. March 10. The New Yorkt devoted their drst dty't work on the diamond to-day to light everctse, the men taxing their turua at clack Ing out Oy balls, the pitchers getting the kinks out or their arms by easy tbrowlng and the catchers donning their big mitts. Shortly after 10 o'clock the men sprinted it the grounds from the Lakewood Hot. I, a distance of about a mile, and rtu back after the rraottce, a custom they will follow dur ing their training. At half nasi 2 o'clock the team was tttln at work and did some lively exercising till btir past 4. The air waa run of snap tnd sin ger to-day, and the pltyera tad to hutilt to keep warm. . very satisfactory bealnnlnx was mtde, however. The players are detlg bted with their ac commodations and surroundings, and this should prove a strong Incentive to sucotu. Odds and Bndtof gporta. The hockey gome between the Montclalr and Ber. keley teams tt tho St. Nicholas rink last night was loo one stded to be Inteiestlng. The Jerseymen won by a score of 7 to 0. St. Paul's School has already sent la twenty two entries for the Interscboltttto meet to be given in Madison square Garden on March 27 by the Enlck. erboexer Athletlo Club. Euzabktii, March 18. Tbo basketball team of the Zlltabetn Athletlo Club to-nlrbl defeated tbe strong est team of the Plalufleld Y, M. C. A. lu tne stirresl game ever played In this city. Tbe turns were evenly mttcned tnd the large audience wot kent In continual auPIause by the fit. playt. Tne nntt scoro wtti Elisabeth A. C, W; Pltlnneld Y, M, u A,, 8. Tne second sitting of tht challeuite checker mttoh between Leiur Carrier William Saelton tnd It, N Button wis held on Mondty night at 2487 Atlantic avenue, Brooklyn. Tne result was nve lames pitied, of wnicn Bhelton won two, Sutton two, and oue drawn. M. J Doralulcus was referee for no evening. Tnr tottl spore lo data !: suelton threo games. Button nve, and two nrawn. Total number of gumes pltie.l. ten, leavla ten names to be plud. Play will be resumed next Monday nltht ut thu tamo place. ' The Staten Island Cricket and Baseball Clun will celebrate the twenty, Hfiu anniversary of In organ I, ration ou Marcb 22, and arrangements ror t dluner lobe alven on the Uutn trt now m progress. In club wt ontuliedou March 22. 1872, and occu pied wounds at 81. Ueomr, Staten Island. In lens It unveil in Livingston, tnd purchased the properly It now occupies. BcKtuuinir in a small wav with cricket tnd basebtll. It hts taken up one trier tu other tbe popular sports of the dty. Cricket, tennis soli, liitebill. wneellnK, foothill rHWIuic. and yjcntlcg are ill tmong Its pastimes. The club nai long been promlneut la athletlo circles, while Its c-mfortablr. ctub buuse has made It the leadtua to. clal club of Bitten Island. DISEASES OF MEN. DOCTOR IIALLKIT, forty years a blood and nerve specialist, cum all secret ami private diseases of men In a few dasi ulcers, tkln disease, sore throat, luouth and head; palurul awelllngs, kidney, pimples, nervous deblllly, weakness of budy tnd mind, vorl. cnevle, weak, undeveloped organs. Impediment to marriage; lost vigor restored. Go to Dr. IIALLETT nrsti he la beet and cheapest. 218 East 18th St.. netr 3d tr.tuo charge unlets cured l hours 9 to 9, Bund ays Included; Uilodrlue free. I kjeWet. gf.'.'.-V ,i..j';,te,j,iaFil''i,li' . -'' XTTM.T 'JLXAriiv W AsMita TMtw MNW t ri tUHetlT) rtta 3b. An amateur boxlr-gimow began Iat night in the Bohemian Bportli-eT 01nb" arena, when hoatUltiea began there wn not aYacant eat in the house. Frank Abrahall waa the referee, whllo Toddr Foley kept tally on the time. Owinp; to the fact that there wero o many en trie, only tho prdlrnlnarW in tho 103 and part of tho US pound classes wero decided. Tho first boat, between J. Ryan, Palace A. C, and Michael Sharkey, ltamblers' A. a, was fast whllo it lasted. Bharkey, whllo not as stocky a his noted namesake, worrlodltynn for about a minute Then after recolvlngacouplo of smashes on the jaw 8harkey found a eof t spot and quit Tho judges and referoo wore unnblo to pick n wlnnor in tho sixth bout in this class between Itlchard Copoland. West End A. C. and Tony Lowis, Now York city. After an extra round thoy called tho "go" a draw and pennlttod the two men to enter the final. In tho first bout of the 115-pound class J. Bar nett, Boy IUdge A. 0., settlod J. King's flstio as pirations with ono punch. Tho bout scarcoly lasted over sir seconds. King, although not knocked out, concluded that ho had enough. Tho socond bout, between 'William Brown and Young Mitchell, was spirited. Both lads fought hard, but by a closo dortsion Brown recclvod tho award. Summary of the bouts follow: 105-POUND CLASS. First boot, T. Ryan, Palace A. C bett Michael Rharkey, Ramblar A. C. In one round; tooond bout, Ed Smith, ltamblers A. C tieat Tom TrarnM. Jackson A. C third boot, Jack Bamo, Cltremont Boat Club, beat Jack DulTy, Pal metto A, C. fourth bout, William Bonnie, Prts clllaA. C beat AtCunln, Ilequlttal A.C.; nfth bout, Benny Oaffney, Boy ltldge A. C, beat John Bnlllvan, i Hester A. C. In one round; elxtlt bout. Richard Copeltnd. West End A. C and Tony Lewis. New York city, fought a bye of four roundel seventh bout, William ninton. New York city, boat 1 George Smith. Arlington A. C.t eighth bout, Tom O'Connell, Clipper A. O.. Ist Jack Rafferty. New York city; ninth bout, William Mulctrkey. Clinton A. C. tieat Matty Burnet, Clover A. C; tenth bout, Henry Connolly, New York city, boat John Orlffln, West Bide A. a 115-POUND CLASS. First bent. J. Barnett, Bay Ridge A. C. beat 3. King, New York city, In one round I second bout, Wil liam Brown, Harry J. Fischer, A. c, beat Young Mitchell. Mitchell Challenge Sullivan. According to a oablo dospatch received At tho Police Gazette office yesterday, Chnrloy Mitchell has posted $2,500 at London to mako a match with John Ii. Sullivan for $5,000 n eldo, tho win ner to light tho wlnnor of the Corbott-Kitislm-mons contoit, " Pony" Moore, it is claimed, will wagor $3,000 on tho result. Gossip or the Bine, J. D.. PouKhkeeptle. No. They fought a Are round draw at uoston on June 17, 1894. Jack Burge or Mount Vernon and Bob Gormlcy have been matched to box ten rounds In this city. The dtto of the Leon.Wtrd contest Is April 1. Both boys will Oght at 1 12 pounds at the rlna side. George Green and Tommy Ryan have been matched to box twenty rounds at Buffalo on April 17 before th Empire A. C. Bom men wilt weigh In at 148 pounds. According to the Sporting Life Peter Jackson hat opened a ichuol for boxing at London. It 1 told that the establishment will bo conducted on the mot; exclusive lines. Fred Morris, the "Black Cyclone." hat contented to go out or hit class and nght Oconto Crisp, who recently defeated Jem Smith, The "Coffee Cooler" till refutoi to meet Morris. Johnny Gorman sends word to Tne Sex by matt thtt be tt ready to fight Con Doyle ot Chicago. Gorman atyt he will consent to any reasonable con ditions to secure the match. Lon Beckwlth. who dsfetted Jules Utck. said yes terday that be broke hts right hatd in the contest and could not do himself Justice. He It ready to fight any ISO-pound man, Jack Reld of Ireland preferred. Jimmy Kelly aald yesterday that Eddie Connolly hat rune to Kt. John, New Brunswick. Kelly adds thtt Connolly will be prepared to nsht any light weight at toon as he thoroughly recovers from hit tea voyago. Big Jim Jeffries of California, who It Corbetft sparring partner, will not coma Eatt Immediately after tbe big fight, at expected. He hat been matched to box van Busklrk at Stn Francisco the latter port of next month. The Lenox Lyceum hit been engaged by the man agers of the atethoecope for the reproduction of the Fltzslmmona-Corbctt right to-day. Tho picture ot the fighters and the eceuot about the rlngsldo will be reproduced about 1 o'clock. Much Interest tt attached to the coming encounter between Dtvs Sullivan and Maxoy naiurh, which It lo be decided at tho Polo A. C. on next Saturday nlgar. Tne boys will box twenty: rounds at 118 pounds, weigh In at 8 o clock. A Philadelphia club made an attempt yesterday to secure Kid Lavlgne to box Charley UcKeever tlx rounds on next Mondty night, stm Ftupatrlck, however, refuted to let Lavlgne goon with the match, claiming that tho time was too short for the Ktd to get Into trim. Joe McOrtth, tbe young Irish bantam, who came to America and was deter ted by Billy Plimmer In eight round! a few yeart ago, met M. J. Crotty ut Lliutrlck on March 8 for tne championship uf Ire land and a puree of 80. McOrtth put up a hot fight and won In firteen rounds. Crotty challenged MoOratb alter the fight and another battle waa ar ranged. The boy i will meet next month. FATxiuKKf. March 10 Austin Olbbom of this city and Mike Harris of New York fought tlx rounds at the sttg of tho East side Athletlo Club last night. Gibbons mounded Harris at will, white tne latter did not teem able tyi reach his antagonist. In me fourth round Harris went down repeatedly and only escaped being finished by the call ot time. After that when he waa downed be saved hlmsetr by keening to tbo floor to the time limit and by hugtlnir Gibbons almost continuously. No decision wot given. Nina Gorman, another local man, met Young Downey of Brooklyn and easily got the decision. Howling Gauos To-Mght. New York Royal Arcanum League Citizens Coun cil, New York Council, and Empire city Council. Harlem Republican Club Tournament Phoenix No. 1. Cherry Diamonds, and Knickerbocker Bowl ing Club. Harlem League Puritan, Cherokee, and Coinus. Ileekmtn't Tournamont Deal Gently vs. Liberty. Oanaeroori Tournament Corinthian No. 2,uieeck er No. 2. and Thursday Night. Interstate League Brooklyn vt. New York, tt Brooklyn. Brooklyn Roytl Arcanum Leaguo Rldgewood Council, Pulton Counci;,;and Brooklyn Council. Ehier't Oax sub-Tournauient-aatamander, Corln tblon. and Crlbb. Associated Cycling Clubs ot Long Island Tournt meet Tamaqua Wneelmon, Busuwlck Wheelmen and Union League Wheelmen, at Bchwalbacn's al- iweny-slxtth Ward Tournament Gnodenough vs Twenty-itxih Wtrd, at rlchlelleln'i alleys. Diocrtau i Union Tournoment-St. Patrick's vt. As. nmption No. 1, Transfiguration va. Assumption No ": tS I.'Tce'"n "I- A'sumptlon No. a. tt Atsurap. lion Hall tile t; 8ti. Peter and Ptul vs. VlooentltS St, Jamep No. 2 vs. St, Francltlde Sales o. 1 At. .r.l."S...N.0iu2..V1:i.eyV.I,e,!r "' ""'' " Bt- " tlj'T7 C"r tueUl-I'n Unden, at Union Athletlo League-New York A. C. vt. Elizabeth A. S;.!.,Jfw.Vo,,,lc A' C " Ho"1- Eal Club, at IiSm. 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