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II 4 THE SUN, TUESDAY, JUNE lt 1897. "' I
I' GALA DAY FOR OARSMEN. i YALE AXD COLVXTRIA CRACKS WELZ. REATEX OX THE UAKLEit RIVER. M $ Hew York A. C. and At.l.nUi DlTlde tho ft, l' riaht-Oar and Junior ncalllai Honor. ,) ThryCalurTiroBaoaEacli-rhltadriplita ;. Men Show YTInnlntr form In Three KtmI". M t Tlicro was nn Inmionso throng of poojilo nlonr f tho banks of tho Itsrlem IUvor yesterday to ( Uncus tUo thirty-first regatta held under llio msiilfes of tho Hnrlcin IlCKsttn Association, , ' anil it prnt oil to bo ono of tho most successful rcRAttiui tho organization has over held. All Jl , tho bontlimisos nloiiz tho rhtr worn icallj-dcco- mltxl with flnijs and bunting, nnd tho balconlos i and roLcptlou rooms tvero crow dod to their ut- jfc I. mo't capacity with tho guests of tho clubs. If Anew foituro uns added In tho shape of a f IF barito provided by tho mombcrsof thoassocla- I y tlon for tho accommodation of their frlonds. It 1 was not only crowded, but a doron more such i , banto would scarcely have been sudlclont to , meet tho demand. It was a itreat Rfttlicrinsof . B, aduilrcrs of aquatlo sports, and visitors arrived I f i fro u many outsider clubs in bnriros, launches. L ' andcvcnln tugboats. The enthusiasts were well J S ropald for tholr visit, as thoy had tho ploasuro of : ' ( sci'iiiB n grand da ' rnclnir. ; Although lt was announced that the regatta ij j would not commonte before 11 o'clook, tho oars- I . I . tnon and spectators began to gatlior as early as v , 8 o'clock. f r A raoetlntr of the Itegalta Committee was held . i prior tn tho start, mid tho Yalo matter was ro- i considered In tho presencoot tho Yalo repreeen- I s tatlvrs. As a result of tho conference all objec- . a ; tlons to Yule's rowing In tho junior elght-oared ' i shell rnco were waived. i ., a lliullrst and second trial heats In the Junior Ifl.i g, (Ingle sculls woro rowed before luncheon, tho 1 dcclslvo races being reserved for tho afternoon, ij Kornian of the Atlantics of lloboken was ado- fc. cided novlie, and ho caused much amusement ii In hl trial heat. It took him about fifteen mln- P utos to get up to tho starting point. In lino with V the others, and then, to cap the climax, ho foil out of his bout before rowing halt a mile. . t The junior aud suitor clght-oarod shell races k vi showed conclmlt clj that the college men were t t "" ' It wl'h tho local oarsmen. Nearly all of f tho races crecry Interesting, and much en- S ! thuslasm was aroused. The Philadelphia men fe (', stiouud up In great form, and won about allot E if their events. Summary: ;,i JCX10K SIXQLX SCULLS. 9 : L. Stevens, Seawauhaka Coat Club; J. W. Tower, f. ') Jr, Nassau Tloat Club, It W. Stead.:, Pennsylvania ft Bars CI u hi 11 l. tl.on. ew York Athletic Club, f I E Nonuau. Atlantic Boat Club ot lloboken; J. D J Bhlbe. l'ennsyltranls Bars;. Club, H toufht. Atalanta f - Boat Club, .bedlatk. First Bohemian Boat Club. ' A tine start was made in the Mrst heat. Hte- f reus began to draw away, and soon had a slight V i lead, which he held throughout, winning from y. i AYllson by a length clear. Meade was Dvo C lengths behind, and fully four lengths ahead ot S, i Powers. Time. 6 minutes 304 seconds. Vought ft won tho second heat quite handily, beating 8cd- V f laceL about half a doten lengths. Time, 5 mln- utea 3t4 seconds. In the tinal a good start was ',' (. made, but Vought soon took tho lead and kept y i it. winning by two lengths from Wilson. -who S was ilvo lengths aheaa ot Stevens. Time, ti J minutes 49j seconds. v ' 8EMOR srxatx ecvu-o. ! J B Jureoal. Paaatr&nta Bars Club; J lta-ulre, f Bralfunl Boat Club of Boston; h. llano, p-r Boat f J; Cluuot Plitladeipbla, I X. Xackey, aaau Boat f 5 A great start tv as made, but the pace was too fc i great for Mackcy, iTho fell behind so rapidly P I that bo gave up the race at the half, ilagulre ' g ti had a slight lead for a time, but Juvanal spurted K iff to the trunt aud won by a quarter of a length. y-- 'i Marsh vvjL three lengths back. Time. 0 min- S i J titcs U7 second . Sf I JVMOB POUBLB SCCIXO. R B Harlem Rowing Club J B. lopptng. owt W. 7. 1 w Rlltler. itroke -d ' Xuua Boat Club i). O. Carr, bow; II. V. Ctearaaa, V itroLf. , '( Ntw York Athlflla Club C. Smyth, bow; B. J. tit. Keane. .troke ' t AH got away well together, but the Kassans I 5 took tho ITarlems' water and fouled them before I at reaching the Madison avenue bridge. The race V wasstucpedandtheNaaaauseredlKiuaIlSed.A t f fresh start was made, a length being alloned to ft g the New Vorks. who went right away and won x- W hy about four lengths. tv ;ff 8LMOK DOCBLZ SCriXS. K' )f Harlem RowUf Club J. X. Vast, bow; W. JL f' '; AttlD, atrok. :; Saasau Boat Club-L. V. Mackty, bow, J. It. Datla, 'i siroka ., S Pemujrlanla Bance Club O. W. Vaa VUat. bow; . fc H. atocofbaa. trok S, ;- The Nassaus caught the water first and ran ? f & into the liarleins' water, crowding them almost ; W off the course Pennsylvania also got oer Into k the Harlem course, but no foul was committed. i i Tho Penasylvanias won by four lengths from the K I- Itarleras, who were three lengths ahead ot Kas 1 ?; K sau. Time. A minutes 4.14 seconds. J 3UN10B rOUR-0BKD 0108. p S Nonpars!! Rawing club E. Adlum, bow; a Welch. f X . A fietuck. 3, M Saugtiton, strulo, V. X. Ualjht, f cox wila. Th. i Columbia CalT.rslty Boat CtabC.B atochea.bow E H n. Oldie. . C II. Elmer. S, B. a Hit. .troka; J. y 31 Hchley, coxswain. Urtropolltao Bowing Club J P. Dlasan. Jr bow; i . C Ilajn... 2. II. Buildey, 3, J. Coolao, strokai Z. T. r j Clark, coxswain i, fif Wyaaoka Boat Clnb P WoldkUI. bowi W. Brldga- fl laaif. 8; J. BlaxlD. 9: F. Pagt, stroks, 1. Baggt, cox- t swam. ' I r The Wyanokes and Metropolitans caught the L ? f water first and the race was really between them. , St- Nonpareil made a bad start, but managed to get ;3f ;; away from tho Columblaa. The W anokes won 8 , from tho Metropolitans by three lengths. The ( v Nonpareils were livo lengths behind, and about ' I the samo ahead of Columbia. Time. 6 minutes ft 1 seconds. ' ? f INTERMEDIATE XOC 110 ABED G10S. ; i Vtetroprlitan Bowtui Club-f. P. Blngan, Jr.. bow; f-, C llaynea, 2. ILlluddVy, 3; J. Coolao, itroke j Y D. h Clark, coxswain. s tC Ixjd. star Boat Club A Myers, bow; II.Orabar.3i s, f W Uoodklod. 3, D O. bleni, stroke I L. Baettrnao, a S. coxtwaln Kl, y' Nouparall Bowlog Club F Dsrnbachar, bow; c , f i Fleck, a, II. Miurui, 3,B.h'lrols. stroke, r A.Halrlit. W X cox.waln j'V ? Falrmnunt Rowing Club of Philadslphlo P. Laody, fc. i bows W Carr, 2, N. McClaoniban, 3, O, Loeffler, b stroke, D B'tmlra. enxiwaln. K f. ranukerVutl'luli I' Wolfklel.bowi W. Brtdfe- J ' land, a, J. Blniln, 8, F. Page, bow; 0. Bagfe, cox- y& V swain .jS I They all caught the water well and for the ' fi J first quarter rowed pretty even. The Nonpareils jfb t forged to the front at the Union houso and were ft , maklnga tine spurt n hen the passed their own L float. The gait was a trifle too fast for them, ; A and they fell behind before reaching tho Madl- ! ( son avenuo bridge. Thu Kalrmounts came up ' strong toward the finish and won by a length I f ' clear. Tho MetrorKdltans wero two lengths bo- i J; ,' bind thn Nonpareils and ntiout half a length clear i j of tho Wyanokcs. lhrline Bturs brought up f- i the rear about three lengths behind tho Wy- " anokes. Time, 5 minutes fit's seconds. Wp J. HKMOlt FOL'It-OAIIKD HHELLB. FA Ilarl.m Rowing Club W. I Aman, bowi J. TT, jt ' Mah.r. 'J; J. E. Nagla, ai W V. Hlttl.r. .trokc. iV i Flrtt Hobrmlan Ihiat Clul V Hdlacek, bowi 1, K TJbarvat, 'Ji J.Hkonill, BiM. Sahlna, .troke. BS , tttaten Island Boat Club A.lteluicr, lovr; K. Wolff, , 2;P. Voaa.il; A. Ko-lm, stroke. t i? Tho Ilohsmlans got the worst of tho start, and i Wt In trying to make up tho loss were fouled by the ' r , Htuten Islanders. The llohemlans claimed a , foul nnd stopped rowing. Tho refereo ordered Mr . them to go on and declined to allow a foul, on ,, tho ground that it would not havo altered the 9 ',i result of the ruce. Harlem won from Htaten I f Island by a length of clcur water. Time, 0 mln- 1 T utesaHHi seconds. j jtt COSBOLATIO.f BACri. f I , L. Etevrni, Xeawanbaka Iloat Club; B O, Wilson. ' ... h Raw York Atlilettu Club, P i They rowed a pretty evpn race from start to )l f finish. Htevcns Iralng slightly In tho lead and W ' wlnuli g by aljout a length clear. Time, 8 mln- S h utos 41 14 set onds. Si i JL'MOIt KIOHT-OAlllCI) hiiellh. fii New ork Atblatlo Clul-B Uogart. bowi K. Bcott, t" l ! V Burger, II, V Hamilton. 4; jr. B. 1 1 all, Oi C. , Sf 9 V. Iiaililllte, a; lt )1. Ilunl, 7; V, Campbell, strokei I" V. D II Hniytb, Lox.wala. i HarloruCluliof Yalo Unlvenlty J, C Mcrjiiglilln, j S xiw, R. HIUhcMMf. .'I J ('. Oreenleof, J W B Hlo. 1: i' colli, 4i H Pnttirann, ft, II I'arLburst, S; 0, T. Marih.Tl 1. 1. Hewitt, .trnkei O L. W aril, coxawalo. 12. , Columbia rnlvrrally Bout Club I, lorlluier, Jr . BR - Ixiwill II Ilojtwii, a,M llloiida, 8i V. V Jones, 4; .W- L MeUutuek. 1 II A Pdsoii. u,u W, Knlal, 7; F, I'. mi t KpIIokf. otroke; I Iioiiii. rnx.walu ,',,- Lone hlar Iloat ( lull K Keller, bow;U. Hafer, t tl:i u A. I.. Haloiuoii, 3 V, IMb, 4i W (Ireen.pectlt, 5; A. Qf musheluier, U.M A Cramer, 7; C. WeUblatt, stroke, WW f E Well, iniswalii WIY, L first Boluiuluu Iloat Clnl-J VanCura, bow; V. WV I Panta Hi A, Utialourka, ; A Jeltni'k, 4, J, Zounsk, If . o,r nudrie.ilgj Puilir, 7; T, Zabradolk.strokei K. Sf1 tc Kallua, tox.walu. , 1 Tho crews got off well and made a grand raco , A 'r til through. 'Iho New York Athletics, Yales, , ';, i iiihI 1'lrst liuhcnihuisfurged itheud ut the half, fi, J 11 j finish was ngrandonc, Ihu New YorkAth- ' j 1 .,' lotlcawlnnlngfrom Ynlo by half n length, and ' V ? Si, "'" r'irst llolicnilniis coming in third, onl) it Si 7 litigth behind. Columbia llnlshvd a fair fouith, n lo icth ahead nf thu iJiio rJtura. Time, 6 mln- g J- litt30'jKeonrta, ; . BKMOlt ICIOIIT OAREO BIIKIJJ). ' U Columbia University Boat Clul-A W. Putnam. 1 ijt l bnwilt Prexprleli, X I). MiK. howls, a, J w, . i I Mu"lay, 4,U 1' hliattuik. o,o, II, Carter. BiO Long J f ' acre, Jr . 7 II. I! l'lerrepont, Jr , strokei J. B. Ucblut 'l e snl. coxswain ftl,i Union Boat Clul II C. Fuller, bow; J, Barron, Si J. 'it' . V, Kemp. I 1 " Dolan Jr , 4,11. Brown, 0, J Far. 'A $ nlly.Bi T K HilTeruan, 7, A. U. Wolf, strokei J, A. ' f VallU.wmwiUu 1 ' Atulanti Iloat Club-F. Holt, bowi O Koetbler, Si i i O Hiultb. Ji J lumiwy, 4il, WUbard, 6i J Ot'on il i mil. Ui it lloix, 7( B. Brink, stroke F Villaverde, ,r coxswain I ' llurlfinClubot Yals nnWerslly-J. C UeLau;bllu, I Uiwi It. Hitchcock, g;H. Patlenou, S; W, P. Sloco- ,! vli-h. 4; J 0. Boners, B II. Parkburst, 8 O. T.ilarsn, 7 T I. Hewitt, stroke; T. I.. Clarke, cox.waln. I . First Bobemlsa Boat Club J, Van Cura, bowi F, ' f Tascly, 8 K. llaroutsk, 9t A. Jsllnck, 4 i. Pmox, 0 if L , aaajsjsaiaai i i 'riiiT.tii.i;1rnaliiyMsajjBjapp8Mpsaa-JMHMi F. Budrie. OIF. Psots. 7 T. Zabradntk, strokei K. kallua, coxswain. A x cry fair start was mode. The Alalnntas and Unions showed tho best form and began to draw away from tho others. No. 4 In Yale s Inat met with an accident which threw his crew out of tho raco. Tho Unions led at the half, but tho Atalantas woro them down and won by n length of clear water. Half a length awny cauio the First llohemlans, whllo tho Columbia fin ished last. Time, S minutes 4'j seconds. cnowns at pasbaio heqatta. rennsylvanla iTIbs the Jnnlor Itlsht bat Loses Ike Senior to the Institute. The bright sunshlno which followed tho storm yesterday tempted thousands to tho banks of tho l'assalo Itlrer In the afternoon to witness tho nnnunl rcgnttn. The University of Pennsylvania men had a veritable walkover In tho Junior eight raco, and wcro looked upon to win the senior event, but tho Institutes prood too much for them. Tho cutter raco between naval reserve crows was interesting and resulted In an unoxpoctod win, for tho llobokenltos woro mors striplings as compared with tho members of the other crows, tiununnry: JL'NlOn BIN-OLE RHKUfl. John J. Cobnrn, Institute 11 C, Newark; Jobn Henry, Newark It. C. Robert A. Tltta, West Philadel phia B. C. Coburn and Mulhearn mnde a still race for the honors, tho former winning by a length. Henry was third and Tilts last. Time, 7 minutes 174 seconds. INTKUMKIIIATK BIJJOLE firtKLLS. A. Wetiseneaeer, Passalo B. O, Newark, James Pat rick, Kewarklt C. Tho mon fouled aftor rowing 100 yards. Welsscnegger stopped and mado a pica to tho reforec. It had tho result of dlsquallf)lng Pat rick, who rowed over tho course undor tho Im pression that ho was winning. No tlmo was taken. RKMOIl BINUUt BIIKl.W. James Patrlek, Newark R. 0.; Edward Starth. es per B. 0 , Phlladrlphla; Joseph Magulre, Bradford B. C, Cambridge. Mas. Ohrlstopber . Donlgan, Pas saic B. C, Newark. Donlgan fouled Marsh near tho finish, and was disqualified, lie crossed Marsh's bow and caused him to stop. Up to this time lt was a close race between tho pair for the honors. No tlmo taken. JDNIOn DODDLIi SCULLS. Newark B. C Eugene Weldncr, bow; Daniel Rea der, stroke. Imtttuto B C Newark John F. Tardus, bowi at. xt. Mullln. stroks. Vratvr B 0.. Philadelphia WUtlam Kngler, bowi C. 8 Ulldrr, atroke Malta B. C Philadelphia Edward Feoton, bow; W. 8. Rudeubauah. stroke Merald ac BtlleTlUe, N.J. Rof tr W. Brett, bowi E. (Khuyler Wbter, .troka. Wrat Philadelphia B C Wilbur N. Mejert, bow W Xaaaey Blackburn, stroke. In the final heat the West Phlladelphlans, Nereids aud Veipcrs. made about the prettiest race of the day. First one and thou the other kept bobbing In front a few feet. When ahout a hundred yards from the finish tho 'W est Phlla delphlans made a spurt and finished a length In adv ance of the Nereids, who crossed a length to the good of the Vespers. Tho Newarkswero lost a few lengths away. Time, 6 minutes 44 seconds. srjiiort Dounuc bcclls. Institute B C. Newark Edward J. Carney, bowi Owen C rux.ttrokr. Paaaals B C . Newark E. A. ItcCor. bow ; ChrlttO phe r F. Doolian, stroke. The raco was Interesting for half the distance, when the Passalca drew away nnd won by three lengths. Time. 5 minutes 39-j seconds. JUNIOR rOCK-OARKll GI08. Quaker City B. C . Philadelphia F. A. fcadlsr, bow; E. II. Mount. V, J J IlUlrsaaa, 3, K.E. Sadler, stroke; (I F llUleicau. eoxiwaln tetperU C. Philadelphia W T. Work, bow; J. It. Patterson. X, C. K Kruler, 8. Daniel Hllea, stroke, L. C Abeel. coxswals AUianta B C.New York llunt. tw; Mhape. tl OCooorU, 3, tlshard. strokes K.C MllaTerdr.rox. swain The Atalantas and Vespers rowed a close race. There was hardly a length between them at any part of the course. The Atalantas managed to Kin by a- bare half length The Quaker rity crew was way In the rear. Time, 3 minutes 40 seconds. IXTXBMKDUTC FOUB-OIBED fmtXLH. Institute B C Newark Ldward o Feuerhom. bow, r A Sullltaa, , J. E. Uallcr, 8 A. I. FlUat rick, stroke. Crasccal B.0 FhiUdttpbla Charlsa Marsranim, bow; U. F. LttML I; I). liaUwaJ, 8, Laytoo Ford, stroke. Newark R. C Matthew Cain, bow, John Henry, a; John Murray. ; Thomas Byan. stroks. The Crescents went to the front at the start. Opposite tho Triton house the Newarks and In stitutes fouled, and the Crescents won by three lengths. The Institutes beat the Newarks a like distance. Time, S minutes 43 seconds. BXXIOII FOUR-OARED GIQS. Creal B. C. Philadelphia Chart. Xargaram. bowi U. F. KomL , O IlaUtead, 8, Laytoo Ford, stroke. PhlUp Maor, eoxswaln. Itutltote D. C . Newark V. Lockmaler. bowi Chris topher Ponlcao. s; Edward J Carney, 8 Oweo E. Fox, stroke, Thomas II Knowle, ooxswalo. Atalaau B. C. haw York O. KeuchUr. bow; F. Holt. . E. Brlok, 8, O. smith, stroks, E C.NIUa verde, coxswalo Tho honors were In doubt between the Insti tutes and Crescents until near the end, ben the former bent to their oars with a will, and crossed the line a length ahead. The Atalantas were hopelessly In the rear, and stopped. Time, S minutes 4'ihi seconds. JUNIOR EIQUT-OARETJ SHELLS. Cnl'arttty ot Pennsylvania (second rrawy I B. Atklo, bow; J. F. ttataon. J, II Da Vallu. 3. C IL Close, 4: J W. Uuach. 0; F L. Wallace, 8. W. R. Pres ton. 7; O. A. Rofsra. strokei W. IL Les, coxswain. Newark R.C. Euxeae Waldnar, bow; P.J. Hweeoey. 1; John J Duffy, 3 John Cavanauxh. 4; Andrew Tolu, hi bacnual Ru.der. Ot Tnomaa Ooldnar, 7 B. T Smith, stroke, Matthew T Qutxley, coxswain. Owing to an accident this race resulted in a walkover for the collegians. Tho Newarks broke their rudder when half over the course and ceased rowing. No tlmo taken. BNIOB ElOUT-OAItlll B1TELL8. Institute B. C, N.wark-V. LockmrUr, bowi Ed ward O. Feuerhom. Il A. L. Fltapatrlck. 8; J, K Ualler. 4; Edward J. Carney, fi; Charlea Donlgan, 0 F A. BulUvao. 7i Owen K. Fox, strokei Thomas IL Knowles. coxswain Newark R. C Matthew Cain, bow; John Cars nsufh. Si John DuCTy, SiB J. Smith, 4; John Murrsy, fit John IteoiT, 61 Tboross Ooldan, 7; Thomas Ryan, strokei M. T Qutiley, coxswain. University of Fenosylt aula (second crew) J B Atkln. bow; J, T, Watson, 2 II. Do Vallo, Bid.P, Tlamey, 4; J. W. Busch. 8. F L. Wallace, fl, W P. Preston. 7 C. D. Rogers, strokei W. IL Lae, oox. swalo. The Institutes led I hroughout, winning by two lengths from Pennsylvania. The collegians bent the Newarks br half a length, after having dashed oars with them at the mile. Time, d minutes 04 seconds. Boms Other Wheel Erants Yesterday. Tho Greenwood Wheelmen of Newark hold a series of road races at tiprlngUdd yesterday afternoon. Summary: Hair Mile Hcrstch Won by L. Klein. E. Woods so ood, IL Baker third, II. V Marks fourth, Time, lit.lj One Mile. ftcrstWi Won br I. Klein. E Woods s on.!. J. vv ells third. Time. -J a. Two-Mllu Rste Won by E. V oods, R. Baker second, H. F. Marks third. Time, 4.S0. Tho annual rnco meet of tho Kxcalslor Iloat Club of Puterson was hold at thu Clifton rato track yesterday, Tho ev euls wero confined ex clusive!) tonraatcurs. Uiiuimur): One-Mils Novloe Won by L. Relnhart, Jersey City: R. Taylor, New York. second) 0. Van Ilouten, Morris town, third. Time, 11 so. Two Mile Multicycle, Handicap Won by W. Mavln, W Cane, Jr. anil M.R Browuoos trlplet,70yardsl A. W, Freudenthal aud T. Aitamlts on a tanilein, ir fards, itccond 1 1 C, Hardller on a single, U(M yards, blrdiErtz, Brown, Nsjtle, aud Judge on a "quad, fourth Time, 4 UM 4 II Tbrco-ouartsra of a Mile, Handicap Won by II, V. Varley, Newark, 80 yards; M. It. Brown, l'assalo, 80 yards, second i Walter Ilabb, E, B 0 , 40 yards, third. Time, 1:44 il S. quarter Mile, Open Won by Thomas Hughes, U, C, C , Patersou: A. V. Freudeulhal, K. B, C , second i W, Caoe. II. W , third Time, U seoond. One Mils, County Championship Won by Walter IUIiIi, K. 11, C.l Thomaa Adau Its, P HO, seoond: Dav d Beckett, E. II o , third. Time J 47. One Mile. Open Wou by C. M. r.rtx, IL W.i M, IL Ilrunn, II W, second: . E. Moslier, lt W thlrJ. Time, 2 si 8.1. One Mile and a Half, Tandem, Handicap Won by Van ilusklrkaudC.A. Wells, II , 13U yarlsi K. 11. and J W looaohen, U. C. C , iflil yards, set ond l H. Hall and II, Waterman, Columbia University, 100 yards, third. Time, U it) Three Mile llandli up-Won by Joho Beikett, E II, C, Oil yardsi A Freudeulhal, E B. O.llit yards, second; T. Adamlti, 100 yards, third, Tlmo, 7. IB t 9, Asnunr Park, May 31. Several hundred people witnessed the ten mile bicycle rood raco held hero under tho nuspU en of tho Junior Ath letic Club. I'timhrook Dudley, with u7-mltmto handicap, wou the llrst time firlxo and honors in 30mlnutos IS seconds; A, Nuvlor, II minutva, second, in !I0 minutes 10 Becnnue, und I,. How land, 7 mlmites, third. In 30 minutes 30 seconds. The course was over thu Kibe-run track ami ro turn to Asburj Park. On account of thu hcav V ruin this morning tho Moicor county eouutr) run to this placo was postponed until duturdiiy next. Parkway Trotting Races Postponed. The half mils track of the Parkway Driving Club was too muddy for the trotters yesterday, necessi tating postponement of tho upenlng of the spring meeting uutll to day. Two races, the 1 1U class snd lbs tft&O class, trotting, are on the card and good sport Is promised If toe weather continues faror. able. Uewllng llaroeo To-Vsbt. Harlem Lsaxus-Oriental vs. Empire, Knicker bocker, Audubon, and Ulveraale. Harlem Seaguo Sub-Tournament Eccsalrlo, Lsx. Inftou, an lis form, ' - SODEN WINSATMILLBUM. A NEWARK JtlDElt OAPTVltES TUE EASTEity orcLixa derby. Warren and Cloodman Finish Next, aa Inch Apart Alexander, Last 1 ear's Winner, Seventh rrom Scratch lie srovers tho Twenty flva Miles In UlTiOO on m Bad Cesrss. G. lt. Sodon of Nowark, with six and a half minutes handicap, won the twenty-Qvo-mlloMIU-burn road rnco yrstcrdoy. Sodcn Is nn unat tached rider, and his victory was a great surprise He rodo practically tho cntlro raco unpaoed and crossed the ropo a wlnnor by a good two lengths. Tho weuther conditions jestcrday morning wetotllsnstrous to road racing, nnd n largo num ber of riders entered for the big event suggostod that tho raco bo postponed. Tho condition ot tho courso and tho threatening w eather justified Uio request, but a gllmpso of sunshlno at 11 o'clock oncouraged the racing ouiclals, and thoy decided that n half-hour postponement would sufllco. This annual fixture, which Is callod tho Cycling Derby ot tho East, Is nccontod as tho most im portant road racing event of tho year in this sec tion, Tho courso was in vvrotched condition. Tho rains of Sunday und yestorday morning left fully two Inches of mud over tlireo-quartors ot tho course, impeding tho progress of tho racers nnd making fast time impossible Out of 123 entries 10!) riders decldod to compete in spite ot tho unfavorable conditions. Tho courso, which is a ntc-mllo straightaway stretch, with tho stnrt midway botvvcen Mlllburn and Irvlng tou, wan frlngojl thickly with spectators. It was a blcyelo crowd without whoels. In pre vious jonrs tho courso has been lihod with riders, with whoels stacked along tho fences and in tho Holds. Yestorday, how ever, cvory avail ablo carriage w agon, and truck w as pressed Into scrvlco along tho courso as observation stands upon which sonta wore sold for "5 cents nploco. A largo grand stand was built at tho finish, from which several thousand persons saw tho race About 10,000 pooplo wcro on hand altogether to sou the riders struggle through tho mud. Tho limit mon in tho handicap wero sont off at 11:30 o'clock. Thoy consisted of a bunch of four riders, Willi 7 mlnutos handicap. Elov en riders woro sont oft in tho next lot, with a tlmo allow ance ot Ufl mlnutos. In tho bunch wcro O. H. Sodon and F. IL Warron' tho first two men to cross Uio tape after covering tho full distance. Tho men were all Btartml promptly and without mishap. Four riders started from scratch, including IL M. Alexander, the winner ot tho '00 race, Tho latter rldor started out at a spood that showed an utter dis regard for muddy roads, and from tho manner in which ho overhauled tho long mark men It looked as though ho might win the race Tho poor condition of the course nnd a succes sion or accidents compelled numbers of riders to retire from the race. Out of tho 100 riders who started only 02 passed the lrvlngton turn on tho first round. This number was reduced to OH on the second turn and 00 on the third turn. At the lrvlngton end the riders were compelled to uso tho middle of the car trucks, which is laid with Belgian blocks. The outlook for fast time was so discouraging that the race officials decided to raise the umo limit from 1 hour 1ft minutes to 1 hour 'JO minutes. Whon tho men covered ten miles lt seemed a physical Impossibility under tho exist ing road conditions for the riders to even keep within tho modified figures; so the otllilals con siderately raised the limit again to 1 hour 22 mlnut s 30 seconds. J. W. Mollis finished tho first five miles in tho lead. Ills tlmo was 17 minutes 5H sounds. He was closely followed by O. A. Sodcn, F. IL War ren, and T. IL Goodman. In passing tho five mile mark the riders were barely recognizable i They wero covered with mud, and thuir racing numbers wero badly blurred. I bvden hail attained the lead at ten miles. Hh , time was 3J minutes &3 seconds. I. O. Perry of Cblcopee Falls, riding from scratch, had several falls and retired at ten miles. IL M. nhrnard, another scnvtth rider, looked distressed at ten miles and tlmill gavo up J. W. Ilollls nndIL F. Warren kept close com pany with Sodcn. The three plodded along like veteran mud riders. They wero well in tho lead at fifteen miles, covering thi distance In tU min utes 20 se-onds. T. IL (loodwin was following tho leaders strougly at this distance. Twenty miles was covered In 1 hour 3 minutes 48 seconds, with the same trio ot riders In the lead, sly this time a path about throe fret In width had been hardened down, improving tho condition of the road so that tho final five miles resulted in a fast bustle among tho leaders. Alexander, onoof the scratch men, bad been riding v cry last throughout tho early portion ot the race and at the twentieth uulo eocured tenth position. Goodman had displaced Ilollls for third position lu tho leading bunch, and. In company with rkxieu and Warron, ran a pretty race to the finish. All three riders wore pretty well fagged. Passing the Hilton Hotel on the last stretch Sodcn. Warren, and touJman wero riding abreast and working like demons for tho lead. They maintained the samo position until within a Quarter of a mile of the tape, when a desperate struggla for the lend ensued. Goodman, seem- I liu-lv the atrougest man. drew awav about a Jurd In nuvanio of Nnieu and Warren, und was greeted with v oclferous cheers from the crowds surging upon the track. Hodou, who Is a small ehap, had a surprise in store, and 300 yards from tho finish came on with a tremendous burst of speed, pulling Warren with him. He passed Goodman and crossed the tape a wiuncr b) two yards. War ren and Goodman almost dead heated for second Price, tho former getting It by the margin of an inch. Following tho leaders tho men crossed the tape In bunches, necessitating tho closest scru tiny upon the part of the Judges to allot the po altlone Justly, The finishes were keen and ex citing Alexander, tho only surviving scratch man. captured seventh position and won tho special time prizes. His tlmo for the twenty, five miles w as 1 hour 17 minutes 0 seconds. lie 1 gets a roll-top desk for finishing In seventh post I tlon, a $l(H bltyclo, a diamond medal, and a silver cup for making tho fastest time. , Thomas Firth of Harrison, N. J protested that Alexander ai oepted pace during the race. ItefcriH) .Simons demanded that tho protest bo mado In writing, but up to the tlmo the officials adjourned after adjusting the positions at tho finish no written protest was filed, Onl ono serious accident was reported, N. 11. 1, likens of tho Kings County Wheelmen collided with somo riders ami sustained a bad fall, lu which ho broke his shoulder blade. F. A. Clark of Union City. Conn., with 50 sec onds handicap, rode a great race, finishing close behind Alexander, In eighth positluu. His tlmo was 1 hour lri minutes 31 seconds, which en titled him to tho second tlmo prize. Firth won the third tlmo prlzo In 1 hour 10 minutes JO bui onds. The riders who sccuro bronzo tlmo medals aro: O H. 8ilen, F lt Warren, T It Ooodluau. J W. Ilollls. P. Molltrr. W. rljKill, W, C. I'rloe, II B. Bos worth, N Edwards, J Hanson, and B. 0. 1 ulier. Tho leading prizes wero captured by New Jer sey riders, wbh h proves that tho riders living convenient to the etiuric enjoy thu advantages of training ov cr thu big hills. Charley Karl of the Kings County Wheelmen Blurted, but did not qualify lu an) ut thu lending positions Tom Hull, the v cternn road rider, who has fig urod in all tho big races over the Mlllburn course, competed yesterday and finished iu thlrlvnlnlh position. Tho men finished In tho following order: AunsutuIC'ifu, Jfandfixip. Actual Tlmt- u. s. it m s 0. II, Koden Nswsik I HI) 1 SI 04 3 0 V. It. Warren Kearny u lid 1 y.1 lu T. R Ooodmau, BrooLIu. D UO 1 VI) 10 J, W. Ilollls, New ork 0 3D 1 lit 11 P. Mollis, Chatham 5 00 1 lu 42 Thomus Hrtli Harrl.on V 30 1 lu 3D R M Alexander, Hartford ,, ft no 1 17 OH F It Chirk, Union Oily 0 6u j in ill W rlprer, llni)l.l)n II 1 1 ul 03 J.ltuel Neivark . Jd 1 lit 40 W O. Price, btamford 8 45 1 SO 55 II H Bo.worth, hasten a 30 1 SI! U3 W. D, hherer, Fllialwth bill) 1 SI 01) J, Fauliel, Brooklyn 0 110 1 S4 UO J.MrOiiIrr, Newark 8 00 1 st 4 1. hlrk.Htomf ird ,. .. u 30 1 SJ US W. rdwurds. Chatham .. . 7 00 1 SO OS O. II ( aliip, Roohe.Ur U III) 1 HI 8S J IIhiuou, Purlh Ainboy 4 OD 1 so OH W Hatch, Newark ... 4 '10 1 SU Bit II I I arllsli.l'aterson ... 4 In 1 St OS II. II Jatkson, Jirsey City,.., 1)00 1 St OH 1) J. Bvneue), Newark ,,,, II Oil 1 S!i 45 J, II Harrison, Newark I fin 1 ss fiS II l rulhr, Durham .... 3 13 1 SI 45 J Dillliy, New York 4 (IU 1 S4 35 O A llllott, Wilmington ... 3 13 lit 50 J.Uregory, ItoHetlllti 4 01) 1 SJ Or, 0 eirrgolre, Brooklyn 4 00 1 St IS W Katun sky, Sew ork 7 ml 1 S4 UJ F, tl Niiilih, Orange 1 60 1 Sri 17 L.U Moekrldse, New York 1 111 1 s'l 10 A.Iaitachrr, New York J 45 1 SS U5 F Lot Lulled. Oku Cove 3 UI) 1 85 10 II 1'ittrs. Ilruoklju 4 00 1 Sil 60 J Nugle, Ktaruy HOD 1 SB 60 F.M U1L011, Strlton, N. J 15 1 S7 SI J W While Newark B 110 1 115 15 T J Hall, llrookly 4 00 1 SB 40 r Tillllli, Hlamfi.rd .. 4 0 1 Sll 13 Stsrrliieor, Brooklyn OHO 1 26 SO W. Heiiemen, lllilurheck , 6 80 1 SB 61 . W llurllmrt, Woterbury II 00 1 JI 57 0 Uulli y, lirooklyn ,, 11 110 1 S5 SB I). Fox, New ork 0 00 1 SU ou b Miluehllll New York , , 0 Oil 1 III! IS A. Dufrune EllrtiUlhport . 6 W 1 SI) is J.l I ur 1 r. I'alersou , S .10 1 80 4S 1 A Laws, Brooklyn ., S 00 1 80 06 II E. llrl)ea ilrookl)n .... 1 60 1 S7 6 J Howard, Newark ...J no I S7 45 A.J Wooltcy, ( edarhurst ,.5 80 1 Ul 10 'Iho print ipul mill litis wcro; Riferio c 1 Muiiiiii, Jr. Now ork. Judges Frsdhetr, II C W 1 J liarnelt, lirooklyn 1 J Untitle, II VV , I i' Mauliuch. New Yorki c II Norwood, Patrraoui V Islnscls y New York, aud O II, Ncedham, liruoklju Timers M 1. Brldgman, New York.l) II tlrutlou, Brookl)m J O Ilirrax, New York) L.1I Wbinier, K l? W i O F Wilson, M W C and VV. O dies, K, C W. hcorer F. T, Prlal. Hlartcr A, B Barkman, B. B.C. Clerk of Course Vf. A, Drab- Good Values and polite service insure Success. The Best $25P S"i in New York City. Chas. S. Morley, Merchant Tailor, MCXM5MPW TITUS HEATS MACDOXALD. Spirited nicycle xtaclag at Wnverlr ana Other Tracks. The annual spring raco meet of tho Atalantn Wheelmen of Nowark was held at tho Wa orly track yesterday. The pick of tho local amateurs wore on hand, while a number of crack profes sional riders competed in tho cash prlzo races. Bert Hlploy beat Ray Dawson out in the one mllo amateur race, whllo Fred Titus won the professional event at tho same dlstnnco In a closo rush with Ilay Macdouald. Summary: Ono Mile. N'ovloe Won by W, W. Tailor, Newark! C. A. Vaughn, Newark, secundl F. B Pennington. Newark, third. Time, S 3H S 0. Half tulle Handicap. Professional Won by Bamusl Bruek, Brooklyn. 40 yardet Harry Hawthorne. New ark. 05 yards, second! B B. Btevens, PhJIadslphla. 40 yards third 1 B Oldneld, Toledo, O, 10 yards, fourth. Time. 1 01 8 5 One Mile, Open, Amateur Won by Bert Ripley, K. A. O t Ray Dawson, N Y. A. C , second 1 II. M. Jauiea, U. uf P , t htnl 1 W. Weller, Atalanta Wheelmen, fourth. Tlme.SiSV. One-mile Handicap, Amateur Final beat: Won try D. Bulphen. P. O. C. tlo yardsi Thomaa Firth. P.O. C, 1 10 yards, second! T F, Faxan, Chatham Wheel men. 140 yards, thlrdi Charles IJuchburg, Ariel A. A. 110 yards, fourth. Tmle, Si05 S 5. Cue Mils Ofien. Professloual Won by F. J. Titus, New York, Ray Maodonald, tttaten Island, second) E. B Aker, Philadelphia, third) B. Oldneld, Toledo, O , fourth Tlmr, S SB 1-S. Hair mile, exhibition, by Ray Dawson, paced by Lawrenoa and Weller. Atalanta Wheelmen, on a tan dem Time, &U seconds, breaking the track record of 1-09 Two-Mile Handicap Professional. Won by B. E. Gtsvena, Philadelphia, 120 yardsi C. Hadtleld, New ark, 110 yards, second 1 Bam Brock. Brooklyn, ISO yards, third! CO. Bowers, Rlverton, WO yards, fourth. Time. 4.SB 1-5. Oue and One-Half Mile Tandem. Amateur Won try Bert Ripley. K. A C.and Ray Dawson. N. Y. A. C. IL W. Lamb, A. C. C , and C. V. Hummer, N E W , second: Bert Bayro and sieve Dunn, Brooklyn, third. Time. 8H 1 5 Half Mllo Handicap. Amateur Won by D. Butpben P. C. C . 55 yardsi J. E Rache. Wh to F. C . 00 yards, second: Walter A. KelaalL Belleville Wheelmen. 05 Sarus, thlrdi J. O. McOulrs. BL Hloholas Wheelman. 0 yards, fourth. Time, 1:03 I-B iNDiANArous, May 31. The annual bicycle road raco was run hero this morning. Louis Gordon, with a flve-rulnuto handicap, was the winner. W. J. Helm and Matt. I'axton eollidod during the race and were injured badly, perhaps f ajully. Thu courso w as fourteen miles. QctSCT JIoss., May 31. There were 138 en tries for the twelve-mllo road race here to-day under tho aueplcss of the Qulncy Triangle Wheelmen. There woro fifty prises offered to the riders In general, the first five belngnwarded respectively to K. J. Dubois of Boston, W. F. Nurrls of Drookllne. W. A. Full of Hoxbury. L. McDonald uf Waltbam, and K. J. Motte of Now ton. Tho eight prises to Qulncy riders wero awarded to Harry McCabe, Jamos Dunn, Ous Anderson, I'rliuo Capaferrt, Henry Anderson, Adam Hemic, Joseph Xeslle, and E. A. Bumpus. Okaxoe. May 31. Arthur A. Zimmerman was tbo principal attraction at the opcnlug of the ucwblejclo track at Vallsburg this after noon. The races were held by the Century Cv cling Cluh, assisted br the llacing Committee of the vim Bicycle Club ot Newark, and thero was some fast riding, although lt was chiefly confined to the exhibition evcuts. Zimmerman established the half mllo record for the new track in f69 seconds, paced by a team from the Vim II. C on a "quad." John N. Hague of Bloomfleld rode a quarter mile In '21 'J-5 seconds, paced by a triplet. Llnford Lefierson of the Vim B.C. paced by tandems, rode a mllo in 1 minute 50 - 5 seconds, nummary: One Mile, ttorlco Final heat won by T. O Maxreld BloomHsld. F. A.Berrsn. Mm B O, second. Tims S minutes SU 8 5 seconds line Mile, op'n Race Final beat won by J. II Lake. Uarlctn Wrteetmeni John RueL Vim B. C second: C Lefj. rson. Vim B. C third. Time, 3 minutes SU 3 5 seconds Two-Mlla Handicap Won by J. X. Hague, Bloom field. SO yards, J. T. Beam. Riverside Wneelmen, scratch, second i A. T. Fowler. Rlvsrsids Wheelmen. 1"0 yards, thlrdi John Letislter. Mm B C, 110 yards fourth Time. 4 mtnntea 4S 0 & eeeonds One-Mils Handicap Won by J. II Lake. Port Rich mend, 40 yards: O J. Wtrta, Mm B O , 70 yards, Mrond.J T Beam. Riverside, 80 yards, third: Meter Hesse, Vim B. C, ISO yards, fourth. Time, S minutes 16 seconds. Half Mile Open Race Won by Unford Lererson. Mm B C 1 O J. Wlnx. Mm B a, second! O. A. Robertson, New York, third. Time, 1 minute Is seconds. One-Mile Tandem Final beat won by Owens and 0 Conner) Wlrts and Hague, second. Time, 3 mln un-s S I seconds One-Mile Triplet Baoe Won by Owens, O'Connor, and Achofield, Orosuwteh Wheolmem llnal, llraas, and Urbbard, Tltu U. C. second. Time S minutes 31 8 5 seconds. NcwucTlio, May 31. Thero woro about seven thousand people at tho annual meet of the New burg Wheelmen to-day. Summary: One Mile Novice Final heat won by Charlea Bow man. Oeorgs II. Brloe aeoond, W 1111am . Beakee third. Time, 2 3J S 3. Triplet Ono Mile Race Between N'ewburg and Klnrs County WheelmeniNewhurg won In Sill. Ono mile exhibition, amateur, by W. A. Ladus, t aced by trtptet Time, 3 06 4 5,track record half Mile Open Won by A. B Wise, B. A. Thomaa. Newburg Whoeuuen, second) W. A Ladue third. Time. 1.07 I S. Half Mile Oranio County Championship Final heat won by Owen Murphy. W. J Oakey second, . li. llnrton third Time, 1:11 8b. One Mile, Handicap Final heat won by B. A. Thomaa. Newburg: Charlea W, Younx, Brooklyn, seo ond: X. B. Uorton third. Frsnk B. Doup fourth. Time, 1 sa. One Mile, Open Final heat won by A. B Wtse.K B. Thomss second. W. A. Ladus third, W. J. Oakey fourth Time, 8.43 8 5. Two Miles. Handicap Won by Alvln V Wise, K. O. W.iW. A Ladue seoond. Frank B Doup third, Orrlllo R Conkltnx fourth. Time, 6 30 I'atciiooctk, May 31. The raco meet of tho I'atchogue Wheelmen has been postponed until Saturday, Juno &, This action was taken on no count of tho stormy weather and tho poor con dition ot tho traok to-day. DANnt'RY, Conn , May 31. The ton mllo rond race of the Altnlr Cycle Club to-day was won by Otto Helm of Danbury. afour-mlnutamnn. J. A. Cowan, New Mllfnrd, 'i minutes, n second, und J. Khparadoskl, 3 mlnutos, thlnt. Timo, 31 minutes 4. sctouds, Four thousand persons witnessed tho track races this aftcmoou. bum mary: Altalr Mllo Cliaiiiplonshlp Won by S II FantnniC. K llalstead, aetondi J, K. Beanialey, third. Tims, S 51 One Mile, 8 15 Clssa Flnsl beat won by O. II. Col. lett. New Haven: W W 8hewrd, Bouth Norwalk, seoond i K B Collett. New Haven, third. Time, s 117. One Mile, Open Final hrat won by O, II Collett, New Havsni J. F. t'onlln. Unlonvlllo aecondi U. II, Mlunln, Chlmiiee, third Time, S 1 1 3 6, koue Mile. HandHap Flnsl heat wen lr O. II. Col lett, J F Conlln second, tl. II. Minnie third. Half Mile. Upen-VS en by O. II. Collett. J. F. Conlln, seinnd.T Hurdkkthin! Time, IilU B 5 Half Mile, Uandloap Won by J. B HhparadoskL Otto Helm secoud, A. Wrlglay third. Time, 1:00 S 6, Denvkr, May 31. Alex. Struthors of (Irand Junction won the annual road rare over tho Brighton courso of 'ii miles, and also made tho best time, 1:4:11. His handlrau was S 30. Ihero wctu 1311 tntrlcs and 130 starters. Iho weather and tra..k woro porfujt fur good work. Britxikpout, May 31. The (list blcyole races of til Beuson in this city wero run at IMoasiiro Beach trauk this afternoon under tho direction ot thu Itninbllng Wheelmen. Tho attendance was over 3,000. Tbo Yulu bos carried of thu first and second prizes iu every race in which they rode. 'I ho summary; One Mile. Novice Wen by K 0. ficncdlot, YsJ.i It II. Hawkins, Bridgeport, sreoudi Harry Btudwell, 1 on Chester, third rime, s lu Ous Mile, Open Won by U Tweedy, Yalei E. O, Hausmau, Yalo, sei oud, II U. Ieeiiold, Bridgeport, third. Time. SS6ij One Mile. Handicap Won by J, O Butler. Yale, fo yardsi H.M.KautTnian. New Haven, aecondi J, N. Anderson. Taftvllle, Coun , third Time, 2.11 S 5 Two Miles, Handicap Won by E O. Benedict, Jr., Yalei It. II Harris, Brooklyn, second! T. F Clarke, Bridgeport, third. Time, 4.66 One Third of a Mile, Open Won by I, Tweedy, Yalei J, J Hushes, Brooklyn, seoond J, A. Foruoy, Brook lyn, third Match Raco Two-thirds of a mile, between II I eo pol I and Charles Y ox, both of llrhiireport paced by tandem. Won by Leopold, Time, 1,31 '.' 6. Baratooa, May 31, Immense crowds wit nessed the amateur track nnd road races to-dn)-Thero were nlno sturtcrs In tbo Kevin mid u quarter mllo road contest, t). A. Moahor winning in U0.31 1-6, with Cburlos Hawkins buioinl. Iho traok races this afternoon resulted as follows; One Mile, Novice Won by John Oourley of Olms I EXCESSIVE VEJISPHIATIOX Is annoying and unhealthy, It Is a disease and may become chronic. J. H. Woodbury, 1S7 W, 4Sd st , N. Y., cures It. Bend 10c. for Beauty Book snd sam ple of Woodbury's Facial Soap or Facial Cream. mkwmmmmmmmmm Falls Time, B10 1-5. Half Mile, Open Won by a C. lUwktnsi O. A. Mraher, second. Time, ltl7 1 6, Half Mile, for Boys won by James Rows la 1S9 One Mile, Open Won try Fred Brown, Olens Falls I O A, Mosher, second. Tlmo, S-5C. One Mite, Tandem Won by D. O, Makean and T J. Tntten, Jr.t Jobn Oourley and 0. M. McCoy, second. Time, 8 35. Two-Mile, Open Won by . O. Makeant D. 8. Cooper, seoond. Time, 5:4 1 3 6. 8ia llAnnon, Mar 31. Tho Catholic Club of this placo hold field sports nt tho Park CI rounds to-day. Tho five mllo btoyclo raco was won by G. UUorth of Southampton. Following him within a few Inches at the finish was Thomas How ardof Hag Harbor. Shortly after they had finished and whllo still under full spcod tho two whcols collided nnd Worth was thrown to the ground. Ilia forohoad was badly cut and ono of his ears almost torn off. He was unconscious and was removed to the American Holol, where tn about twenty minutes ho camo to. Tlio doc tors In nltcndanco do not consider his condition crltital. His wheel wns Bmaahed. Howard was bndlj Bhiikcu up, but not otherwise Injured, and his wheel escaped harm. Boston, Mny 31. F.ddle Bald. Tom Coopor, ami hurl ICIsermot in the professional events this ntternoonnt tho Associated C) cling Clubn mcot at Wulthnm, and Kddlo Haiti ilrmnnstrntod that ho has regained somo nf his old-tlmo form by winning. Cooper fnllcd utterly to make ituuko lt.T3rn.TnnJ, Hiid Mu tut eiuu.i,' U,',iu Tf flo i event. KIsor put up a great strngglo against laid, beating him out in tho half-mile open, and finishing but two Inches behind him, after one of tho trroatcst sprints ever scon on tho track in tho mile open. In tho mllo handicap, Bald al lowed himself to bo pocketed by Merlins and Htevcns and failed to qunllfy. At the close ot tho meet Bold rodo an exhibition paced mllo in in 1:51 3-9. Summitry: One Mile, Novice Won by O A.B. Pettts. Tiorchas t'Ti K. J, Rogers, Melrose, second; O. I. Williamson, Booth Boston, third. Time, x SU. Ono Mile, A. C. C. Amateur Championship Won by Robert tlriiui-hart, Kaxlc Cycling Club, Boston: James Llark, Proas C) cling Club, lloslon, seoond i F M Hag gerty. Waltbam lycllng Club, third. Time, 3 34 Uslf Mllo, Open, Professional Won by Earl Riser, Cincinnati Eddie Bald, Buffalo, second! Frsnk A. Oately, Roxlmry. third One third of a Mile. Amateur Won by Elleny M, Blake. Kuene. N". 11 : V. II Darts, Cambridge, second! Robert Urquebart, third. Time, 48 8-5 One Mile, Open, Profcastonal-Wun by Eddie Bald, Buffalo: Earl Klser.riuclnnatl, second! Major Taylor, Cambridge, thtrd Time. S.1B One Mile, Handicap, Professional Won by W. IL Bteenson, Dayton, 40 yardsi Frsnk Butler, Cam bridge, DO yards, second: T. F. Ooodman, New York. S6 yards, third! Earl Klarr, Cincinnati fourth. Tims. 3:1114 5 Half Mile, Handicap, Amateur Won by Brad Hemeon, Arlington, SO yards; Harry Kdwm-da, Dor chester, 85 yards, second: George L Howland, Dor chester, 80 yards, third) J. B Fowler, Waltbam. 30 yards, fourth. Time, 1.03 1-5 1 scratclunan's time. 1.03 8 5 One Mile. Amateur New England Interscholastto championship Won by A. K Pope, Hopklnson Peoool. Bostont N. L Wells, Phillips, Andover, seoond! W. A, Wsrnock. Cambridge High and Latin BchooL third Time, 3 B4. W. C. Bmodleyof tho Calumet Club won tha eloventh annual road rnco of tho associated cycling clubs, making tho run from Wheeling to Uartlold 1'ark, a dlstnneo of nearly twenty-five miles, in 1 hour. 7 minutes and . 2-9 seconds. Bmcdley had a handicap of IS minutes, tho largest allowed to any of tho 400 riders. He finished In good shape, nnd ten minutes later was chatting with friends. Ho had trained down from 107 to 190 pounds forthoevenL Bmedley rodo in last year's raco and came in twenty-first. He Is 91 years of age. and 5 feet 8 inches in helghL The time prixo is between James Levy of tho Chicago Club and Harry O'Brion of the Isvko View Clarendon Club. A protest bos been fllod against Levy for foul riding. John Hudson of tho Lake View Cycling Club won both time and distance prizes in to-day's first annual rood raco of the Cook County Cycling Association. He reached the tape at Klectrio Park, starting from Wheel ing, in 47 minutes 1 seoond. The dis tance was 184 miles. bhortly before sighting the goal Hudson punctured his tire and lt looked as if be would lose, but ho made a marvelous spurt and beat Merrill and Wolfgram, w ho had passed him, by 11 seconds. When he stopped a nail was found sticking through tho rear tire of his wheel. Mayor Harrison wutched tho finish of the Cook County raco und then rode his wheel to Qarfleld Park and cheered Sinedley. The Crescent Wheelmen'B meet scheduled for Plalnfleld was postponed, owing to adverso weather. porWmnu'3 5on&$. 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S29T" OIIOICK KOH TIIIH WEEK ONLY SOU NEW II 1(1 II II HADE I'lfLKS. xi rtiiK Allium sri'vc or antliuatecl models but llisVIMT UOOIML Fulton Cycle Co., 1TO llllmUtSAl, Crescent Cycles SD.OO A WKlMi. lUHH tVIIBSU, tO.. 0ad St. ana Lestagtea Ave. "TCTSlR IS KiNcrl At Boston yesterday EARL KISER on J WON THE HALF-MILE RACE, I DmATTNtJXODFEiTTtND-BALD. WELL! WELL1! WELL t M j THE SPALDING 's such a fast, easy-running bicycle, that U enables a rUer to J win easily. Just tlutilc of It I Cooper and Bald beaten by the easy-running Spalding. I WATCH THE SPALDING BLUE RACER! 1 To win races, to enjoy riding;, 1 RIDE THE SPALDING. PRICE SI 00. 1 Kiser rides a Spalding, the entire Yale team ride Spaidings, the Columbia Coll"i iF cracks ride Spaldings. W NOW'S YOUR CHANCE. 1 Our sale of new lSoG Spalding Dlcvcles at S50 makes it possible for all to rids ji the Spalding. Ladies' models, $60. Sold with Spalding's Guarantee. 0 A. G. Spalding & Bros. Spalding" Bidwell Co. 120-l'JO Nassau Street, UO, 31, 33 West 424 StrccL Crescent Bicycles. THE CRESCENT IS A PERFECT WHEEL AT THE RIGHT PRICE Its reputation has been won by its merit. You will be proud to com pare it with any wheel made, and you ill know that your neighbor paid just the same price for his Crescent as you did. Western Wheel Works ""SSaCi..... 36 Warren St., New York JSEETHE j ;CYCLE SQUAD f ; In To-day's Police ;! ; Parade They all ;! ' I ride ; I Adopted by the Police ; and Street Qeaning Departments after ex- haustive tests and ;! thorough examination. ; 3 ; Indorsed by Police Com- ; j; missioner Andrews and J 3; Street Qeaning Gam- j ; missioner Waring. j ', '07 models fop rontnl at Harlem J Store, 185-137 West 123th St. I J OPEN EUSDATS. i 1 I 3 and 5 K. 4Sd St., near Stb ar. 1 ' BDT Western Bonleranl. , ' J BROOkL s i J , ' 1184 Fnltonit , near Ueltonl ar. ' , I 71, 17.1 Flatbnsh ar. ) m Wheels, I ni:fnat,,rMtec- Too! 1 Quality tbBit. iw 2 8TVLE81 , i LADIES', OEHUEMEH'S ft. TANDEM. ? 9 The Lightest RunnlnB A heels on Earth. S l TNE ELEBRED6E ! I THE BELVeiBEElE. I 1 l 1 We slwsri Msde Good Sewing Msehlnst I f Why Shouldn't we Make Good Wheels I ? i J National Sewing Machine Co., 5 a1 339 Ilroadwsy, Tactory: V .New York. Uelvldere, Ins. ? I STEARNS BICYCLK '96 MODELS 57.50 Tinkham Cycle Co., 306-3 10 West 59th St. Also HO t'ortlandt HI. A IDS Meat ItlSlli (It, CASH TALKS. This w.eL rtust raati redurtlon. on llur line 1897 EclipsaruViited States, Ariel, Indopendent, Liberty. $29 UPWARD. $29 1897 Erles,S35 and S42.50. Kull iiuaraiitu , manufacturer? uame i Iiiil. luVrai tlUcuuut tuattnta ! tt.KTH vatkii r:riti uin.'iti: o SPECIAL MOEN & BARCLAY. Semt stamp for stieclnl list or .uinrlrlrs STEPHEN T. MOEN, 2 2 Vosey St., near Astor House. PRBCES REDUCED. Highest Quality Maintained. 1897 RAMBLERS S80 1897 IDEALS $35 10 75 GORMULLY & JEFFERY MTG. CO. V89-H40 EI01ITH At ., NKAU &8TH ST . N, Y BU rLaTIIUUII XV . IIUOOULYN. sVsxlntnoa Cycle Co , KO Vesey it, M, v. MlHsataBaaaBaasaBaBaBBatBSSksBsa-" - TfT ONLY vUl4 DAYS MORE TheLuthyWheel $150. CUT to $no. To tire all a clianre to ride this elegant mount we will place a limited nomter as 1 1 o. f or i days onlj. Now who has tie best wheel tor the raonex During these t dajs a deposit ot sso will reaerrs one for rou. If yon do not wish to purchase at onee r. B Mall orders most bs socompanled br moaev or Post Omee order. JI ZIMMERMAN, The World's Champion, UVBOLIC1TZD, WUITES. It Is undoubtedly the finest wheel Uist has ever been placed on the market. A glance shows lt to be superior to anything we have yet seen." THK REAR WHEEL. CHAIV OV. WTTH A SIXOI E T.V.Il.VJiK T,IE CKANIC WILL SPW OVEB r9 KLNK MINUTES. TRT TUE OTHERS. - Exnmrriox nooMs. American Trart Society Bulldlns. 160 Nassau fct. Catalocus AVSTLV REMSEN, mailed on Eaatern AgeaL application. A TTE SELL IGRAWFORD BICYCLES, i 1897 MODELS, z 5 O.Y j PAY3rEXT or AXli IS MOXT11LY PAY3IEXTS OF ? U.1T. . SSO.OO LIST.) 4 V WITH OXE TEA It'S QVABAXTEE CALL OIC WHITE E. G. P. CO., booms c,c, AXit er, Tiniin floor, J 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. Salesrooms tlpea Sfondsiy ktenlnsra Only a Until 9 P.M. t gSKS33)(Sic9cXcV SEjnlmsaH VrHEWlNTOII sVMsV" nunisMea. 1S96 Wlnton Models it i S special low price for a few days. if Call early ' I Wlnton Bicycle Co. I H Chfcinriern Btreet, K. j, , (S OrandClrrl. n.srtsihBt tt.T, IA.A J) 111! B.cltord Arenu.. Brooklyn. 7i Taotory, C1st.Isus4, Ohio. fs9ttts7'$ 1 REMINGTON BICYCLES, SJlOO AU TB. $15 ON DELIVERY OF BICYCLE. UaUnc.0 lu monthly paymeuts of I0 ra'h , A rr.W Sl'LCIAI, DAROAlNrllnseconcltiantMhsrlt ' MODELS REMINGTON ARMS CO., BOO tteat Olllh St. mid Crand t Irrle. OrE.V EVFM.SGS UNTIL 10 I 1! "SALE HIGH GRADE WHEELS7 NOHWMX)l)S. llV'IlIS. tlKMIKONi I I IVN B, MHFH IllLMllNTN. AhTulf I HI - l.MilY' 1(11 I.KMi'. SJ .111 II' HyKlrntu bad tie, t'olciml Kiiam U . i hi I Sl-r.tl.tl. Kill 10. SISI.751 tlllll 1"" laniluiiu, I51i lints oi iilrl. ' M-FI'lAl rilll'rS 10 I M I I Nonpareil Cycle Co., 10 Unrcliiy M Near KKKltllS aud llrdaj- lin. tfTJ- , tt Hlsll lu '"I ' OJ -?.. ami u. nnui 1 1 u lit ' tMfdvO not uttatlln 1 u l um llur i an Sill ly s. 31. liwni A llllll.. 1 Jit and lliH ChaiulH'rs ht S riMREM, 19 pair, best 'W7si full warrauty MISFBAlV J. IZEO rtUbUEH CO., IB ClUt sL A4um aul.