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l G THESUN, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1897.
I1 f' NEW YORKS ARE FOURTH. K j rirrr 2jrro&ir ciricAao ax'd jass w t- v xijs rrrxsnvjioB. M lJ' ' fr j j .", c Brooklyn Drop n Unnae to the- Ion favlllea H S,, 'I Bostons Shat Oil tliei Sraahr CUT t am ana , J4 Talta Srcoaa riacss-PhllaSelHIIsi Beat H g" Clnrlnnntl-Bn.'tlraoro anil Clerelai id Win. B, j The New Yorks hold a higher posltto a In the H r League rnce this rrio'nilntrttian atony til be since B It" 18!)4. They nrofcrartti.havinfrpssBodUiO Pitts- H, buries by easily defcA,'.iner the Chicago! jester- H, i. Any. Thoro Is a vrldo gap, however, between Ri ' Joyco's men and Iho thire leaders. Tholouls- I ': Tlllos played such swift ball that tha Hroohlyns U- J wero forcod to surrender. Harcilo's men nrsj still H .. ft; soTcnth.ono point nhiVid of Ahel'Mladclphlas, H '. p ft who appllod the whltowosb. to tho Cincinnati. t ' i f The latter woro compelled to atvo up socond i : , i p!co to tho Bostons, who oUed tho riltsburw tKL h without a run. BaltlmotV) had a hard task to nit IttC ltat Bt. Louis, nnd tho ciovcUmls. by shutting- M ' p V U, Wa"1'lnR" out. t'"1 th0 Mttsbunrs tot M ' , ' , I fifth placo. Tlio results: H ! , KewYork.ini Chicago, 0. H i I LouUvllle, 3 llrooklyn, I. . . t Boston. 41 I'ltUlmrg, C ., . V ' , I'hllndrlphts. 4; Clndmiotl, 0. IV , ' t Baltimore, 4 1 St. Lo ilf.s. . M i R Cleveland, 7; WjuCtBfton. 0. 19 I ft TUB lUCCOItt). Bl '.- Tj TVr i I ' - P' Club$. Won.rcf.nl.l "" WTZ f ',0Sw BBBa ' I I" Baltimore... .SB B .785 Brooklyn.. .1 IB .3 I & Aoaton 84 13 .807 I'hlladr phla.80 IB .J13 i Clnclnuatl....84 18 .04UlLouIsvllie....lT' 80 .460 3 i T HtwYoik. ..IV 19 .notfll'hlruo . .- ..1 " H ! P' tlttsburs; IB 1 .Bf.l WaahlnBton.. 85 .885 i i Cleveland:.:. 19 JO .04lst.Louii 8 111 .805 ? '" I p new ronir, 10; ciiicaoo, C. H ' ' 1 E'' The New Yorks played a much better b ame of , if 1 ball yeKtcrday than during tho recent Ixu Uivlllo f 3 R series and on Hnturday. Their floldtng was j steadier and faster, and they soempd to liavo J ' ' tnoro conlldencc With their bats they showed 1 t ImprnTcmont. but thete Is still considerate ' I Jaclelug. Bulllvan, nflft- a long rest on ttt i , ', ' bench, got a chanco to plu-b. llehad flnospeol. i but In tho fifth Inning a wt ball mndo him Ios .; f control, and "CycJono" Beyniourwps sent into h the box. The left-hander lit Anson a batsmen J , down Wth one hit in tho remaining Innings. i , Tho Chlcagos were guilty of sonje blundering H ' ' base runniiig, which lost f oral chances for runs, llob Kmellc, who encceevted McDermptt. i . ' was a littlo off in calling balls and strikes, but M ' ho was n big ImproTomont orer his predecessor. t Kvorettopcnod the name with two-bagger to f I i left. It was a hard drlro and Holm." did well 'i Is to partially stop It. McCormlck followed with ! I a Blnglo to rlRbt, but wns caught stealing second. , r Kvorett sticking to third as it anchorod. Hig u " Lange foulod to ClarK and "Pod Anson ro- ceived four balls. Thornton was third out on a b . ? foul to Joyce. Van Haltren led off for Now b 5 York with a sharp base hit to centre and wan L"- t i forced by Tlernan on an easy one to short- Xhcn K . Jqyco and Davis grounded to the innpld. ' v fn tho Bccond Kynn began Chicago's half with B four balls and was caught napping oft first. The H t next two men went out on flics. Qleason li- I scratchod a bit to Pfeffer. boating out the throw iby a hair. Holmes stmck out and a wild pitch ! . put the Kid on second. Bill Clark received a 1 base on balls just as Qleason mode a clean steal l of third. Warner tapped a slow ono toward i third and. whllo Krerctt was throwing him out, Qleason made the first run for New York. Sulli- , van retired tho side on afoul. St; y Tho Chlcagos were blanked in ono. two. tnreo p order in tho second. In Now York'B half, an i' : llaltrcn made another clean single, and reached ' !, I third on two outs. Davis received four balls, M j la i, and stole socond unmolested. Jtut both runners f i t were left, as Pfullcr threw GUsason out on a bbbbi ' ! B cloe decision. . ,, ,, , Tho visitors tied tho score In the fourth. .With B I one out, Anson waited for a base on balls sup- M i (, cessfullyand took second on Thorntons slnglo H j to left. Ityan Bent a base hit tocentri on which M I ', Anson counted, but Thornton was i.O.ipod at M ( third. Pfeffer was third outon a grounder to M I i Uleason. The New Yorks then scored lly runs M ' in a drlzsllng rain which btgan to fall. Ifalmes M started the tnn with a hit. and Clarke filet, to B Lange. Warner and Sullivun singled, Hola" H coring. Van's base on balls covered tho bad. H . and Tlernan forced Warner at tho plate. Joyce H wus hit by n pitched ball and Sullivan was ad- H vancedto tho rubber. Davis cracked a two- j j bagger to left and cleared tho bases, but waa left H when Qleason struck out. , ,., 1 j Theballwaswet now.and it bothered Bulllvan considerably. Kittrldge began the fifth with a M single to left, and Orifllth got a base on balls. H r Everett struck out, and four balls to McConnlck H filled tho bases. Then Qleason made a miracu- H lous running catch of a seemingly sate hit fro.ni H Savage's bat. Bases on balls to Anson and H Thornton forced In both Elttridge and Grifntb, H ; , while Ryan's Blngle put ilcCormick and Anson H - -i on the plate. Sullivan saw bis finish when he H . hit 1'ieffer with a pitched ball, and he had to H ' giro way to Seymour. Kittrlilgo sent a fly to Tiernan, and tho scoro was 0 to 5. IB , Seymour's fast curves shut the Windy City HB players out in the sixth. In New York's half, If .i with one out. Tiernan and Joyce hit safely. HLajH 1 Everett knocked down a torri&o low liner from HBHlW V Davis and forced Mike Qkason tilled tho bases If: ! with a short drive to left, but there wero no i runs, as Holmes was thrown out by Griffith on L an easy lap. HW Again in the seventh Seymour's terrific speed HHXt completely ballled the visitors, even Uncle An- i, (on striking out. Wurner showed bis Indigna- tlon over a ball that ho thought should have 1 B been called a strike and Emslle slapped on a fine of flO. Joyce's men added another run to their 1 string In tho last half, Clark secured four balls, took second on an out, and ran in on McCor mlck's tumble of Van Italtrcn'a grounder. In thr eighth Anson s men made their last run when Kyan was hit by a pitched ball, got to sec I ond on Pfi tier's out, stole third, and came in on OrlfUth's hit. Joyce's players clinched their Jimt victory in tho last half with three runs. After Ii3n ; Tiernan had fouled out, Jojce received four ijKjj - wldo balls, and Davis landed htm at third on a 1 clean baser to right. Griffith hit Qleason, and W'XiS Joyce scored on Holmes's out. Clark was also W9LJ - hit by a pitched ball, and when Thornton U murTed Warner's easy fly Davis and Qleason IB came homo with the last runs ol the game. Tho H icon: WM . nw Tout. I coicioo. n. Is r.o.jui. n.lB.ro.x.. ' Vanllal'n.cM 8 1 1 0 Everett. 3b.. 0 1 I! I 0 B i Tlrrnan. rt...l 13 0 u M'Corm'k.si.l 1111 BB JojLf, Ub....l! 1 a !1 0 Laoge, cf..,.l 0 10 0 BJ Darls, h t a 1 0 OlAaon.lb....l 0 11 0 0 HBH.r, Oleuon,ab8 a 1 S O.Tbornton. lf.0 110 1 BM-'V " : Ilolmni,lf,...l 110 o'liran. rf 1 I 0 o 0 9m !: Clark, lb.... 1 0 13 0 Oirfegcr. 8b...O 0 9 G 0 BBv'I'' t Warner. C...0 2 6 S 0 Klltredtr, o 1 18 10 tB i Bu Ihdin. p,.l 10 3 0 Orimib.p....l 10 4 0 BB j Beymour,p..o 0 0 4 1 Callahan.. ..0 0 0 o 0 BB'-' 1 !,r Tr.tall.,.,10 ia27 14 "T Total ...,"o "si is "a (B 4 f - Batted for Byan In the ninth lnnlug. BBji l'" Kew York 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 ..10 ,: I" Y CIiIobku 0 001400106 RH T V Enrnod ruiu New York, 3. Two-baie hlta DarU, B V; l, . Ererett. Ktolen Iiuh-OstU, Oleaaon. Hyan. Flnt Bl " ,f baie on errom New Yurk. WiClilciKo, 1, Flnt base BBj z? r on balls Og hulllraa. 7: of! beyinour. It off Orlffltb. BBH . . Ii l & fatiuc. out Uy UulllTan. 1; by Keymour, 4: by BBB '' 1 Ii Griltllh. . Hit by pitcher By SulUvaa, li by Ser- UfJ, t mnur, i.'i by (iriffltb. a. Left ua barn New York. Bt BH ! C'bUatiu. V. Wild pitch Clrimtb. Tlnm Shoura and BJ ' 10 minutes, Unilrj Emslle. AttcnJaiioe 1,600. BjBJ . LOUIHVIM.E.3! BnOOKI.YN, I. BH J Yesterday's gamo at Eastern Park was a bat- KH 1, tlo between tu clever left-handed pitchers, but HBH . ' the Loulsvlllon played a sharper fielding gumo 'IB !1 1 and ticsorvod to win. From ths time Tim Hurst BJH ? I , called play until Dexter brought the game to a 'IBJI if f 1 close by catching Anderson's fly Payne and Hill BJI U t bad tho opposing batters practically at their jlBjf . merer. Fivo lilts were made oft each pitcher, IBV ?i , but Hlllnas the steadier of the two. The Brook BAtBI lyn tvt Irlcr sent three men to first base on balls, LIB! , I of which two succoeded In completlng.the dr- M cult. Htaflord, houever, would never had BJ j, reached tho plate in tbo third Inning B'jBJI u !5 ' but for a fumblo by Bhoch, who could H, 1 If bavo easily nailed Jim at second or H BB f' i; tho batter nt first. The other error also was re , 1 ?- sponslblo for a run. Manager Barnle has come E BJI v 1 k to tlio conclusion that a left-handed thrower at B i," 1 2 (jr second Is a handicap to a team, and so ho placed Mb If. 'r Pitcher Dunn ut tho Imso InatcaU of Hannlvon, HB J ll t who had been covorlng the bag since George ' I Bmlth was disabled. Dunn ployed a clean gumo, , BB I his catch of Wilson's fly back of second base in BJI fu the third Inning arousing the halt-frozen specta- B fi tors. TwicoDunn sent scorching bounders to- ' B r 1) . ward left Held which Cllngman scooped up with B i- his left hand. Another pretty catch was that by .BJ. H If Clarke, who held onto Hhoch's fly after sliding f B) ) ! j half way across tho bicycle path. Tho scoro : ' BB I-f n. is.r.o. A. . K. la.r.o.A.x. BJ 1'; Ortffln,ef.,..o 1 1 0 0 Clarke. If.... 1 14 0 0 BBES II iones, rf 0 010 u Cllngman.Sbl 10 4 0 'BBi' I AnJerion, lr.0 0 10 11 WMn, lb,0 o 1) 1 0 : iBl'A l! f WUi"!l. Ub..O 111 0 Stairnrd ..! 1 1 1 0 rVK It ' Lariiance,lh.n 1 lit u 1 UrCrrary, rr.0 I a 0 0 BBri 81 Hhock.M 0 ft 4 a 1 lionera. ab.,.,0 0 a 0 l' BB 1 i Dunn, Vli 1 0 II ti Plclcerlni-.cf.O 0 0 0 0 B ? 8 A. Huiltb,a..U 14k 0 Iiextr.ct..0 1 3 0 II SW fayucp 0 u 0 4 0 Vllaon.e 0 0 7 11 'tiBM 8 (Ir)m' (I o O 0 0 Ulll, 0 Dill ..:, I Burrellt 0 10 0 c S'SrVI Totals 8 8 87 10 S ?'' h Total 1 nana a V'B ', J Batted Instead of Jonei. t Batted Instead of Payne. , BVfv ii Brookhn 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 01 i( BB -r J . lulnlue 0 0110001 0-3 i) bV J.1 I' 1 First Dase on errors LoulsvtUa, a. Ijft on baw i BBS V IS Brooklyn, a; Louisville. 11, First bae 011 balls Off , B ' J :r Poyue. .1. Htruckout Bv Punii, 3 by 11111. 4. Two- 1 BB U I 'Y base bits .StsJTonl. Dexter. Ktolen baars Anilcrson, ; BB -1 1 V Clrrki'(.'), Cllnirniaa. bacrlflc nit McCreary, Uni- . BJB ' I plrv llujt. Tim 1 hour and OH rulautes. Attend- F BB fi sue 1,041'. 1 Bi aotiTOV, 4; lirTHDl'ao, 0. '! BK ' Uostob. June 7. Pittsburg went down before BB h'lchoU'siiiatultlcent pltchluir, without a nin and u BJ wltbout a doubling of bits lu any liinlua. Kuhas 1 BB x ' playud Ids first aauie lu tne League, and bandied him 1 BB V stir well. The score 1 , BB , bostos. 1 rrmBtma, .' Bl . . n.lnr.o.i.r. u.iB.ro.a.K. t Bui rfsmllton.cf.1 a 4 u o'Rnilth, If.. ,,0 1 n 0 0 ) Bj' Teauey, lb..l 110 1 Oll'addsn. Sb.,0 10 10 .' BJ ! Loiir.w. ... 1 1 1 0 (liliatls, lb.,..o 0 h 1 1 r r ' h Duni.it .0 a & 0 o;i)rodie, cf.. .0 0 a 0 0 . Bl , btabl, rf. .. 0000 0 DonuTsu, rf U 0 0 0 0 !B1 , - i.je, aii ..113 a oeij.ss . . 0 11 4 1 1 R (Bi'l v ' ' Collins. lib.. 0 10 11 Kulins. 3b. 0 0 13a tt B ' ' neiyen, v n 0 .1 0 (I hiliidrn.i'... 0 14 11 j !B:I . 1 Nicbol, p . (i 8 1 a 0 Kiliru, p.... u o a a 1 It (Kit ' j Totals.... TlTaTia l Totals..... "0 "osi " 8 I Bl I Boston , 0 011000 ..I ; Bft rilUbanK., ,0 OOO0000 00 f! JmJlK . Earnta runt-Boston, , Two-ba Wts-NlcliclJ, r.BBM3R.f -v , , fc .v -- JJifc4ia, -- jy. -.M J-1J Kly. naerlflee hit Collins, Stolen bases tlamllton (t),Tnner, Lone, Dan)- (t), Lowe, Collins, flralth, Ely, Snfden. First base on balls By Nichols, 8 1 by Klllen, S. lilt by bltebed ball Lang, Struck out Tenney, Dtm, Kahns. Klllea. Passed ball Burden. At tendance O.U00. TIm 1 hour and 60 minutes. Umpire Lynch. nnxaDtxrmx, 4 cnicnciATi, 0. rnrLAfmntu, Jnnn 7. The Cincinnati team sus tained lu first stmt out of the season at the bands of the locals here to-day. Ths Heds only rot men on bases In four Inarors, bdt two men reaching- third, and they f tlllftr to score by the sharp fielding of tba home team. Thesoorei 1 rmucBxrnu. cncimuTt. r, Jn.r.o.i.R. . lh.r.o. a.x. I Ooley, ef,..o I B o o Pnrke, lf.,,,u 0 n 0 0 Dowa, 8b.. ..0 18 0 0 Hoy, cf 0 0 7 10 Lalole, lb...0 10 0 0 rorcoran.Sb.O 1 II O 0 lHlahaaty,ir.t ISO 0 Hockley, lb.. 0 0000 Borle.o 0 0 4 0 0 Miller, rf.,0 1 0 0 O 1 Oeler.rf 1 19 0 0 Itltchle, M...0 1111 Cross, SB.,. .0 10 1 0 Irwin, fib..,. 0 8 0 10 Nash, as 8 0 8 0 1 Behrlrer, c.O 0810 Ortb, p 0 8 0 10 Brown, P....0 0 0 0 0 Totals.... 71 "oil "0 1 TotaU To "o il "7 "T Philadelphia. 0 0 10 18 0 0 ..4 Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Earned runs Philadelphia, 8. Twobuo hits Crosa, Itltchle, Milter. Irn in (8). Hacrltlce hit Cooley. Lett on bases Cincinnati. 7t Fblladelpbla, o. atruck out Boris, Sohrlvf r. Brown, Ueicr. Double plays Cross, Dowd, and Lalolei Bnckley (unainlstedli Itoy and Ktechle. First baso on balls Nash (Hi, Dclehanty, Schrlrer. Time 8 hours. Umpire MoDermott. aiiTTinonJc, 4t bt. Louts, 8. nu-Tmom, June 7. To-day was anything But a good one for a ball name. It was cold and blustery and rain threatened to faD at any moment. The few faithful, however, who shivered In their seats wer rewarded by seeing one of the best ball games of Iks season. Both Nopa and It art pitched grand ball, but tbe champions were mors fortunate In bunching their hits. Attendance, 1,341. The scow; sulttsiou. ST. torts. n. lB.r.0.1. a. n.lB.F.O.A.B. Keler,rf..l 14 0 0 Hsrley, ef...O O 4 0 0 Jennlnri, as. 8 13 0 0 Lally, if 0 0 10 0 Keller. If. ..0 0 0 0 0 Douglass, rf.l 8 8 0 0 Rtensel, cf ,.u 8 3 0 o Hallman, Sb.O 0 0 3 0 Doyle, lb.. ..0 0 0 0 0 Orady, 1D....0 10 0 8 Iteits,8b 0 1 8 8 0 Huurem'n.3b0 10 3 0 qulnn, U0....1 110 0 Cross, as 0 o 8 4 1 Ilowerman.oO 17 3 0 Murphy, 0...1 8 8 3 0 Nops, p 0 10 0 0 Hart, p 0 10 0 0 Totals. ., .4 1 37 8 0 Totals 8 7 84 18 D Baltimore 8 0 0 0 0 110 ..4 I St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 110 0-8 Earned rnns Baltimore, 8i St. Lonls. 8. Home run Qulnn. Three-base hit Keeler. Two-base hit Orady. Stolon bases Jennings (3), Rells. stentel. First base on balls By Nops. 81 by Hart, n First base on errors Baltimore, 8. lilt by pitched ball By Nopa, 3i by Hart. 1. Wild pitch Nops. Struck out By Nopa. 0: by Hart, 3. Lert on bases Baltimore. Hi St. Louis, 8. Umpire McDonald. Time 1 hour and OS minutes. CTXVXLUtO, 7t WASnlKOTO', 0. tVasnitaTOX. June 7. Tho Spiders shut out the Sen ators to-day In a one-sided game. Wilson pitched a masterly game for tbe visitors, while McJames was hit freely. Tbn visitors gave a One exhibition of the hit-and-run scheme and played all around the locals. Attendance, 8,000. Tbe acoret waanmoroa. I clitxhid. B. IB. r.O. A. K. R. IB. r.O. A. . Brown,cr....O ISO 1 Rocklexls.rf,8 3800 Abbey, rf....O 0 10 O.Chllds. Sb...l 18 0 0 Dem'TllIe.ss.O 8 10 8 MoKean. as.. 8 8 0 0 0 accoutre, O...0 0 8 0 oMcAleer.et...O 18 0 0 Tucker, lb.. 0 1 17 0 0 Wallace. Sb .1 3 18 0 Bellly.3b...O 13 8 0 Blake, If 0 10 0 0 Wrlrley,ir...o 0 0 0 0 Tebeau. lb..o 8 18 0 0 O'nrlea. llb..O 1 0 0 0 O'Connor, cl 10 10 1 McJames, p. .0 0 0 8 0 Wilson, p.... 0 8 0 10 Totals To "oS7 18 "3 Totals .TlTsTlT "0 Washington 0 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 00 Cleveland 0 0 8 0 0 0 3 1 17 Karned runs Cleveland, 8. Left on bases Wash ington, St Cleveland, 10. Two-base bit Tebeau. 1 Three-basa bits Wallace, O'Connor, Deiuontrevllle. First base on error Cleveland. Stolen base Socka lexla. Double plays O'Brien. Demontrevllle and Tucker; Wallace. Chllds and Tebeau. First base on balls Off McJames, 3 off Wilson, 1. lilt by pitched ball Tucker. Struck out By McJames, 8; bv Wil son, S. lid pitch McJames. Time 1 hour and 60 minutes. Umpire O'Day. Atlantic lieagna, AT EIADIVO. K. II. . Tteadlna: 3 0 10 1110 07 11 8 Lancas"r. 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 13 10 1 Batteries Iferndou and Barckleyi Dolan and Both. at raTinsos. n. n. a. Newark 0 0 0 0 00 4 8 Paterson 3 0 0 3 38 0 1 Oarue forfeited to Paterson. Batteries Vlau and West lake; Ottttg and Hodges. AT X01CT0LK. Norfolk..., 8 10 10 0 0 0 09 11 4 Athletic 4 0 8 0 8 10 0 ..9 13 8 Batteries Clausen and nsydon; Jordan and Fox. at BJCinrovD HOB.-n.va aaitx. n. n. a. Richmond 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01 8 0 Hartford 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 ..8 0 1 Batteries Stelnwell and Steelmant Oastrulht and Boach. ATTXBIIOOr) OABQC Bl b. a. Richmond 1 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 .. 4 1 Hartford 0 0 0 0 0 118 04 0 8 Batteries Leever and Steelman; Roach and llowen. Eastern Leans. ATSTSUCCSK. R. B. 8. Bvracuss 0 0 1 o 0 0 8 0 08 B 0 rrovldenoe 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 8 C Batteries Lamps and Shaw; Hodson and Coogan. At other cities Rau. flew England League. At Brockton Brockton, t Taunton. 8. AtFawtucket PawluokeCOt New Bedford, 3. Other Games. at raovurjrcB. r. b. a. Brown 0 8 18 18 0 ..0 18 0 Dartmouth 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 8 0 Ratterlas Gummersglll and Dunn; Fatsy and Drew. at roxDimc a. a. a. Fordham 0 00000000 O 8H Georgetown 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 a ..11 4 a Batteries Eslley and Hayes; Bock and Maloney. at roftT ADma. Fort Adams 8 4 0 8 8 0 4 810 Holy Cross (Conaolldated).O 0301 lis 7 Batteries Cbapln and Marulre) Kane and Maloney. AT BIWrOBT. Newport 8 18 10 10 0 810 80 4 University or Vt.1 80000000 4 10 0 At Deposit Oenulne Cuban Olants, 10; Deposit, 84, Baseball Usbm To-Dax. batiobal Liiatne aim AintnicAit associatiob. Chicago at rlswYor'l Louisville at Broaklrnt Pittsburg at bostoui Cincinnati at PnUadelDUa) 81. Louis at Baltimnrsi Cleveland at Washington. BASTSnS LXAOrS. Beranton atTorontoi Wllxesbarre at Buffalo ; JprlngBsId at Rochester; Proviusnoe at Byracuse, ATLABTIC LCAOCC. Newark at Paterson 1 Hartford at Rlehmondi Ath Isues at Norfolk; Lancaitsr at Reading, ornxa oAaxs. Unlvsriltr of Pennsylvania vs. QeorgetowB. at Philadelphia. Torrlntton vs. Bridgeport, at Bridgeport. Waterbury vs. HerlJen. at tieriden. Harvard vs. Holy Cross, at, Worcester, gtaseball Motes. W. I. C C wins. T. P. Csrroll. No. C. O. 8., Newark, res. H. W. P., Corning. No. H. H. Meyer. We cannot tell yon. J. F.-Jayne struck out four, Paya three. r, T. They were In tha Atlantis Association In IBUO. Constant Reader. Tie has lost on gams to Pitts burg 1 me score was 8 to 8. H. D. 8. In tae fall of 1 80S. lis pitched bis first gam agaluat l'blladelptila. Tbe Tuxedos w juld lire to hear from teams aver, aging IV years old. Address IL cnandlsr. Wasu nglon avenue, Fordbam, The PlalnOsId A. C. has June 18 open for anr team nfferlnr a suitable guarantee. Address a. K. Flrstbroek, manager, Plainnsia, N. J, Will the msnaasrs or tha Invincible and'Atva base bsjl.olu is ( Blateu Island klndlr seuo tbsir address to Otto Uernaarot, sous Third areaue, this eity I L. Browns. 1. Jones lea's In batting. 8. Butler of Princeton. 8, Payn of D 00 lyn. 4. You can not tall until this ysar's averages nave been com piled. At the outing of tba C. Weinberg S Co. eiaidoysss last Saturday a gams of call between me Yaps and stars resulted In a victory for tho latter by a score of 80 to 17. Edward Chautauqua. 1. The Nsw Yorks play la Baltimore on June VI. 83, 23, and In Boston on Ai'g. U, 10, 11. 8. Atiyiy to the club. 8, It is mere. ly a nickname. eorg Smith, wno laid off last weak on account of a pain In bis back, was not aware mat an of bis ribs was broken uaiti a doctor examined hlru on Sunday. He will not be able to plajr for tea days. Wasiusotox, June 7. flus Bebmeli, raanagsref tbe Washington Baaeball Club, baa resigned. In his Itlter to rresMsnt; agaer be says he takes this action m the hops mat a change or commanders may b of tenant to me ciub. Wixsteu, Conn,, June 7. At a meeting or ths di rectors of the Connecticut Baseball League, held at Deruy mis afternojn, 11 was voted 10 recall tha Bristol franchise from John J, Piggott and .ransier It to the Hrutol Uuenall Association. Tn ivro games played by the duo while reuresentlni Wln stsd wrre cancelled. Faix Rnrxa, June 7. Vtanagsr Burnham secured Blltttts of the Boston League team in pitch In Sal unlay 's game, and It Is understood that be villi re turn from Boston and continue In me box for Fall River, Bl'velis Is suit under contract to Boston, and as mere Is understood to be an agreement In the hew England League against In employment at players farmed out (rum the big Leaxue there la liable to be serious trouble sbead for Manager Burnham, Baseball. Kastera Hark, 4 P. 81, Te-Uav. Brooklyn vs. Louisville. Admission, 8oc and 00a dr. Baseball, el OrounOa, Ire-Bay, r. Bt. frw VfeTk vi. Chicago. Adm, t0,-4tv, tl.i , ir. ,il. ..I. ., 1 ',,.., in- bWbMbVbWbVbVNbMbH aozr. A rhlladelphlan Mr the V. ". 43, A. KxeeatlT Cemiolttee Indorsed. Golfers nbout town yestorday discussed with interest the suggestion that a Philadelphia be appointed to fill tho vacancy In tlio Executive Commlttos of tho V. 8. Q. A. at tho mooting on Thursday afternoon. It Is said that Ransom It. Thomas of the Morris County Golf Club stands tho best chanco of being aelectod, and, as bo thoroughly understands tho oxact state of golf in this country, and possesses oxecutl vo abilities ot a high order, his selection will undoubtedly provo n good ono. Tho upholders of tho proposi tion to chooso a Phtladelpblan or somo golfer Identified with tho gahio In tho Bouth, havo no objections to mnko to Thomas, except that ho does notresldo in tho section ot tho country they feci should bo rocognltod. They point out that Thomas la a member of n club in tho Metropoli tan Golf Association, an organization thathaa already representatives on tho Kxocutlvo Com mttteo in It. Dogo Kerr and Samuel Ij. Parish: that tho Wost Is ropresentod by C. Ii. Macdonald, nnd tho Boston clubs by Lawronco Curtis. Louts A. Illddlo Is suggosted on tho ground that his brother. J. Wlllmor Dlddlo. might not accept, as ho cares littlo for official tasks. Louis A. Diddle, according to New Yorkers who know him. Is just tho opposite. He Is Chairman of tho Greens Cotumlttoo of the Philadelphia Country Club and has the confidence of every golfer In that city. Ho is now on bis war to England on a golfing trip that will keep him away three months, during which tlmo ho will visit all tho "cImsIo" links. As a playor. Louts Is said to equal his brothor William. Tha monthly handicap for tho class B and O players at Bt. Andrews will not be hold until Juno 10. A June cup has boon put up at the Essex County Country Club tor the best soore of the month, under tho UBual conditions. A June oup has also been put up for the women players, to ho contested for under tho regular handicaps, tho best not scoro during tho month to win. As many scores as Is dcslrod may bo handed in during tho month. John Tucker, who Is in chargo at the Bouth Country Club. Wakoflold, ft. t. is favorably im- Rrossod with tho outlook for golf this sonson at arragansett Pier. Tho women's championship of tho Ardsley Club, for a cup offered by Mrs. John T. Torry, Jr., for semi-monthly contests until won out by three victories, will start at 11 o'clock this morning. Tho match will bo over tho old course, nine holes being played in the morning and nlno in tho nftcrnoon. It will bo the first contest among tho women players for tho championship of tho links. Secretary John dti Fals of tho Metropolitan Golf Association will soon announco a rear rangement In tho dates for the local open tour naments mndo noccssary by the selection of HepL 14 as tbo oponlng day for the champion ships nt Chicago. Under tho change the Oak land Golf Club will appear as a bidder for only ono day, having decided to only hold an open handicap instead of a four-day tournament, while tho Tuxodo and Meadowbrook fall dates will bo shifted so as to leave tho Lenox Golf Club a freo weok from Sept, 21. Morton J. Henry, Secretary of tho flolf Com tnltteo ot the Myopia Hunt Club, baa sent out an announcement of importance to golfers who are Inclined to a trip "down Boston way," It Is that a hnndloap competition, open to mem bers, invited guests, and all members ot the U. 8. O. A., will be hold on June 17. Kntrloa close on Juno lfi, and must be accompanied by handi cap of player's homo club, signed by the Secre tary. There will bo threo prises, and a prise will alio bo given to the player making the best gross score. IV. r. U.'S UAZL TEAK. A Saeeeasfal Season Just Ended Jfext Tear's Prospects. Thoso Interested In college baseball havo noticed with surpriso tho excellent work done by tho Now York University baseball team dut ing tho season justendod. Sixteen games v cro played, of which ton wero won. Among tho teams defeated wero Trinity, Jim O'llourko's Bridgeport professional team, and Cornell. Tho mako-up of tho team was as follows: Keanc, 1000, caught in most of tho games. Foster, 1000, pitched, except when laid up with a sore arm. Ho and Keano mado n splendid battery. Foster fleldod bis position in fine style. Dwyer, '08, started at first base, but an injury soon com pelled him to give way to Craft, 1000. The lat ter played a good game and hla hitting was timely. Once or twice be went behind the bat and caught in excellont style. Hatch, '00, played second base and acted aa captain. Ho is a veteran player and ran tho team successfully. His fleidlng was superb. Abbott, '98, covered short. Ho Is another vet eran in the position. He played his usual steady Holding gamo nnd was ono of tho strongest bat ters on tho team. This was his third vear on tho "varsity Van Vlock. 1000, played third base, and his work improved rapidly. Ho batted effectively ond ran bases in good style. Hayncs. 1000. played left field most ot tho season and did well. Northrun, 1000, ployed centre field admirably. Ho covered lots of ground. His latches wero brilliant, cutting off many seem ingly safo hits. Itlght field was in doubt for somo time. Cnpt. Hatch finally settled on Man ager Fctherston, '07, and ho filled the placo ac ceptably. Tbls is his third yeir with the 'var sity, and tn addition he captained his frcahman team. Belcher, 1000, and Mollrson, 1000. wero substitute outfielders. I-adue, 1000, and Dunn, 1000, were change pitchers, and played credit ably. A noticeable characteristic of the make-up of the team waa the large numborof freshmen, a tact which would seom to indicate a strong nlno next year. Hatch has been re-elected captain. Tom Efltcrbrook was qulto successful as coach, bringing about a great Improvement in batting. CRICKET. Tbe Pblladelphla Player First Game In Kng land. Oxford, Eng.. Juno 7. The cricket ground of Christ Churcn College here was tho scene to-day of the opening gamo in England of tbe Ameri can team of cricketers. The scoro: OXFOPD UNIVERSITY. T. n. B. Ctaempaln, c. Ralston, b. Bally 08 B.I). Baanou, I. b,w b. King 0 o, Bromley-Martin, b Cregar 83 R. E. Post r. c. King, b. Bsily 03 A. Kccles, runout aa F. C. Henderson, e. Ralston, b. Clark IB P. 8. Waddy, c. Ralston, b. Clark 30 K. C. WrUht, b. Patterson 83 J. C Hartley, b. Clark 40 F. II. E. Cunlllte, not out 88 L. H. Hattnows, c. King, b, Cregar 0 Byea 11 Leg byes 11 Total 803 DOWI.1NO ANALYSIS. llalll. lfuldens. tun. lYMttt. King 180 6 03 1 llallv DO 1 08 8 Clark 160 4 00 8 Patterson 70 a 40 1 Cregar 00 1 30 a Lester wo 0 aa 0 Coates 10 0 1H 0 OENTLKMEN OF rilII.ADKI.PniA. It. P. Bally, not out 8 V. W. Ralston, not out 1 Total "0 Run at tbo fall of each wicket Oxford, 18, 88, 180, 181, 180, 1B1, 800, 881, 388, 303. Gossip of the Ring. There ts a ltttsr at this office for Eddie Connelly, Tommy Dtxon and Johnny Lavack are scheduled to box twenty rounds at tbe Rtenil A. C, Roches ter, to-mor-ow night. Jimmy Colvllle ot Boston will referee the contest betwesA Tom Shark sy and, Pater llauer at the la. ace A. C. to-morrow night. Harry Fischer, tbe Brooklyn Oghter, who was de feated by Tom Traeey a abort time agt, bas r celveu an offer to meet Charley AlcKeever.befor a Ban Fraoclsto aihletlu club. Jim Paly, who came near trimming Eddie Con nelly at tbe Broadway A. C. on last Friday nlgbt. Is trying to get on a agni,wltb any light weight In thu business. Paly la ruady 10 glvo another cnanoe to Many Matthews If tome of the rlubs will bang up a purse. Walter Johnson, the Philadelphia colored heavy vielgni, "bo weut to England a raw months ago. It now on bis way home. II will be under the management or Bernard fressler or Baltimore. Tna latter wants to match, Johnson against Bob Arm stioug. A few months ago Joe Onus, the Baltimore Oghter, leu Al llrriord, His manager, and lb other day Harford secured an luvnctlou at Baltimore re straining Oans from appearing under any other tnanageii.rut, Ilertord claims (bat he baa a con tract with Oans to manage hTln for two years. In tho future the bouts of the Arena A. C. will be held on Monday nlgnt Instead or Saturday. The club bat secured quit a card Tor Its nest show, wblsli will tax place on next Monday nlbt. The principal bom will t beiween Fred Laug and oon Uoyle. They will box twenty rounds al ISs pounds, Dave Bulllvan's bands are stilt troubling him. n ibougbt they were all right, but nhea be tried to punuu tn bag last week n experienced quit a pain and concluded that It would bo well to leave off training for a wail. Tats compelled him to abandon m Idea of meeting Luko Uurk at Buffalo on Saturday nlgnt. Sam Flttpalrlck says that he It greatly dlsap. Eotnied ovr bis attempt to secure a match for Kid avlgn with Kid Hcl'artland after the letter's p pareut eagerness to tight bis mau. Larlgne Is ready to meet any of m light weutnts and may gir a chance to Chariey IdcKeever when tha latter re turns from the PaclOe coast Jo BernsKIn, tba clever east aids box', received a despatch from Eaglaud yasteruay ait lug hlul It bs v.uuld mm Willi Smith at 18 pounds, Bern- ! stela Immediately replied that be accepted, and a contest will be arranged sow time (bis week, to tax plae txfor on ot u Xngltin atbietio clubs. Issmaicla Is jaatebtd to flgnt Dolly Lyon on next eiturdav nlgbt a4d is tfalilnf al Qoney Island, NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. TJIJT citAnan AOAIXKT azexaxdeii AX HILLDVRX nXBMlBSXD. Sbephard, However, Has Been rand dallty f Unfair RleUag, anal the Committee Want Him Barreol Out f stntare Competitions Michael to B flaspended by the I A. Xt. The perennial question ot pacing is again In full bloom, and tho different phases presontedby tho subjoct are provoking widespread discus sion. In Europe, whero motor cycling is bolng experimented with, tho rival racing men claim that tho facilities ars not equable, Inasmuch as one machine is llablo to prove much faster than another and furnish on unduo advantage to Its follower. In this country the pacing Is dons by human power, but evon this doos not preront complications. Bo much Importanco Is attached to this factor ot racing that nearly all tho articles governing tho forth coming match between Michael and MoDtifllo aro dovoted to tho subject, Thoy stlpulato that each man shall havo his own pacemakers, ond not attempt to mako use ot hi rival's pilots. He can, however, hang on to tho rear whcol of his opponont it opportunity nrinos. Should tho pacemakers get mixed up, aa Is probable in tho event ot ono contestant overhauling tho othor, the officials will have tholr hands full. The troublo arising from the recent Millburn race Is largely due to tho pacing probloro, and while tho apparent complications are quito clear to tho initiated, they get the gonoral publlo sadly tangled up. All-round sporting patron, who divide their enthusiasm Impar tially between athletics, rowing, and othor testa of physical prowess, find It hard to understand why a man on a wheel must have extraneous asslstanco any mora than a man in o boat or in splkod shoes. Cycling experts roply that ho goto It because ho needs it; that without it he will "loaf." and that ltls the only practical wayot do Toloplng tho acme of speed for t hlch rival riders, manufacturers, and tho publlo hankor. When rid era aro left to do their own thinking each ono nover seems ablo to get beyond tho onoidoa that he Is tho personification ot speed and that tho others are mcro raters. Tho rosult is that all wait and condense an ostensible strugglo of a mile or more to a wild sprint down the home stretch. Once In a whllo a rider Is found with originality enough to raco for all ho Is worth from tho start. Such tactics made the late Bob English a popular Idol for years, but ho eventu ally becamo a convert to tho thoory that watting paid better. What ho lost in popularity ho mado up In pecuniary advantages. Porhaps this is ono of tho roots ot tho whole question. At a mooting yesterday of tho committee who conducted tho recent Millburn road race, ft. M. Alexander ot Hartford, tho tlmo prixe winner, was exonerated of tho chargo of accepting pace. Tho accusation that A. M, Shephard cut tho course and violated tho road racing rules was fully investigated. Tbo commlttco accordingly passed tho following resolution: Whtrta$, It baa been established that A. M. Shep hard of Slerlden, Conn., bas been guilty of unreir rid ing In the ninth annual Millburn road race, and said Sbephard having failed to respond to me official In quiry, iesoltvd. That A. M. Shephard be and Is forever de barred from competition In any and all eventa held under the auspices ot tbe Associated Cycling Clubs of New York, New Jersey, and Long Island, and that all papers of tbe case and a copy or tbls resolution be transmitted to tha L. A. W. Racing Board and action requested under tbe resolution adopted. This will bo the first rond racing case sub mitted to tho L. A. W. Board for action. The latter this year recognizes violations of racing rules on the road as w oil as on the track. The failure of four men to pay their entranco fees in tho raco will also bo reported to the Racing Board. A meeting ot tho committee will be held at the Astor House on June It), when theorizes won lu ths raco will bo distributed. The Racing Board has received notification from the National Cyclists' Union of England that James Michael, the Welsh racer, still stands Huspended under the rules of that organization. This complicates the racing situation In this country. Chairman Mott of the L. A. W. bas notified Michael, but, in view of tbe Welshman's cngneements, has decided to date his suspension in this country from Juno 18. This will allow him to meet McDuftle In tho match raco on June 17. How tbe N. 0. U. will accept the action of tho League in permitting Michael to rare up to June 18 is a problem, and it is not unlikely that tbo union will protest against what they may call a violation of the allianco in forco between tho two organizations. Some months ago tho League removed its sus- ? tension on Michael, on the assumption that the roublo with tbe N. C. V. had been adjusted. Advices from England state tbe reason tho Union has not reinstated Michael is duo to tho fart that it wants him to appear before the com mittee in person to settle tho claims against him. If the circumstance Is responsible for tho falluro to reinstate the long-distance rider, it is felt that the L. A. W. will bo justified In Ignor ing such action. Michael Intends to reside In this country permanently. It Is hinted that the English racing authorities are rbngrlncd over this fact and are disposed to put him to as much troublo as possible. Tho status ot the college riders in relation to the amateur racing rules has been somewhat lu doubt this year. A member ot tlio National Racing Board set forth tbe position of riders as follows: "Nothing in the rules requires anyrollcgo rider to obtain a permit to ride in sanctioned events it he pays his own expenses and compotes within his class. An amateur college rider from any State other tlw.n the one In which the raco Is held, living more than 100 mllee from the meet, must have a permit. Colleges may pay tho ex penses of their teams when they attend any other college meet open only to college riders, and do not require permits to travel. At all other meets thoy must pay their own entry fee and expenses and conform to the rules exactly as If they were not college riders." The opinion is maintained by the Racing Board that whllo tho men nro at college the col lege town Is the legal residence of the student, hut that during vooations the home of tho rider Is his legal rcsidenco. Distances "111 boraoas urod from either point according to tho season of the year. A party of members of the bicycle corps of Company K, Eighth Regiment, "111. on July 17. start on n trip over Long Island in rhnrge of Cnpt. Leon. Tbe object of tho ride Is to test tho ofllclcncy of the bluylo ns nn adjunct to tho army on n long trip. It Is planned to take forty riders along. Each man "111 carry 100 rounds of ammunition nnd a full equipment for a long Journey. The corps it HI camp out nt va rious places and strict military discipline will be maintained throughout the trip. Tlio most inaccessible points for wheelmen on Long Islnnd will be visited in order that every ob stacle likely to bo encountered on a trip through a strange and unimproved section may bo met. The average ride will be fifty miles a day. Tbe Intercollegiate riders feel that the irrowth of cycling in the various colleges and the posi tion attained In intcrcollegiato competition en titles tho annual meet to a morooquitnblo recog nition In tbe consideration of points. At tho present tlmo tho championships, Including (ho events, counts aa only one event. At tlio moot ing nn last Saturday the Columbia riders scorod thirty-four points out of a posslblo forty, but. according to tho oxlstlng rules, wero entitled to only II vo points. It Is claimed that each raco should bo credited as a slnglo event, and that tho points scored should be counted in tho nggrogato with the athletic events, or Unit tho races should bo rec ognized ns a aeparato championship meeting. Buch a change would increase the interest in bicycle competitions In tho different colleges. F. n. Lec-To wheol to Brlnokerhoff. N. Y tako tbo following route: Loate Control Park at 110th Btrectand Seventh avenue, nnd go di rect to 1111th street; then turn to tho left to St, Nicholas uvcniio, and turn to tlio right to Tenth avenue; contlnuo to tho Kingsbrldge road to 181st street; then turn to tho right and cross Wiithlngton brldgo tn Featherbed lano; follow to Macomb's Darn road, and turn to tho loft to tho Fordham Landing roud; about 'JUO yards to tbo fork turn to tho left on Bailey avenuo to Klngsbrldgo; continue to Yonk ore, nnd follow the turnpike to Olenwood; "lien two miles and a half out turn to tho left, one mile, to Hastings; then go to Dobbs Ferry, and direct through Irvlntrton to Tnrryton; leave tbe latter place via Broadway and follow the turnpike to Slug Sing: then go to Pooksklll, nnd half a mile north ot this town turn to tho left and follow tbo turnpike, noting L. A. W. road signs, to Garrison's; continue on tho turnpike to Iselsomilln, nnd takn tho left fork over tho High lands to Fishkill village; then go to Hushklll and direct to Ilrinckorhoff, Tho dlstanco is about slxty-tlvo miles, W. 11,-To ride from Port Jervls to West Bur lington. N. Y., go across thu valloy to Cuddcn backvllle and turn to the right over tbe moun tain to Otisvlllo; then rldo to Middlolown and direct through Mocbanlcstown, La Orange, Neyarook, and Walden to Wul kill; then turn to tho right to Newton dale and go direct to Platterdalo, through Clintondale. Ohlovllle. Nashville, Hi f ton (Hen and Blunewater to Wilbur; tontluue to Kings ton and go through East Kingston, Sawktll, Hlghttoods, Wanakrn Mills, Multlc-n, mid Ash burys: then ride to High Falls and dlrett to CaUklll; leai lug tho lattet place, rldo out Main street nnd take tho left fork to Leeds and through Cairo and Acrato Grand Vlevt; follow the Windham turnpike over tbo mountain to Windham and continue on tho turnpike parallel with Batavla IIUI to Ashland; then go to Red Falls Post Office and turn to the right to Pratts villn; cross the bridge and turn to tho right to Moormlllv, follow tbo old turnpike to Btara- ford and direct to Harpersfieldi contlnuo toKost Davenport and direct through Davenport Centre to Oneontaj loavo tho latter place via Main street to Colliers and turn to tho loft through Mllfora OentrotoMllfordt then go to Hyde Park and turn to tho left through Ilardwickvlllo to west Burlington. Harold Quartropof the Queens County Wheel men lowered the road record from. Sag Harbor to Jamaica. 101 mllos, on last Sunday. He cov ered tho distance in 0 hours and 43 minutes. During ths rido ho was pscod by Mis A. W. Stott and F. Mohlmnn nnd tho Holmes brothors on tandems. BAcmAMKNTO, June 7. At the bicycle meet yesterday of the Associated Cycling Clubs.whlch seceded from tho L. A. W. over Sunday racing, Klegler broke the Amorlcan competition record for r. unpaced mllo. doing tho dlstanco in 2:oe. Wing, In tlio ono-mllo handicap, did one-tnira of n mllo from scratch In 41 '-ft seconds, and two-thirds of n mile in 1:24, which Is only ono second under tho world's record. ThlrtyAvo hundred porsont wero present. . CAMtinw, N. J.. Juno 7. Idtllo nlne-ypar-old Lllllo Dlllmoro of Camden was visited to-day by a half hundred bicyclists. Sho is tho pride 1 and wonder of Camden, nnd ono oftho greatest littlo girls on ICnlgltn'B avenue. Lllllo porformed, tho font of riding to Atlantic City and back to Olouccstor City yostcrdny with tho Konllworth Whcelmon, nnd out of tho 2,200 bicyclists who made tho trip she como In with only 200 ahead of her, one being a woman. Lillip made tho sixty mllos to Allantlo City in fivo hours and twenty minutes, and on her return trip sho beat her trip down by ttist half an hour, making the trio mck In 4 hours and 00 minutes. William Ab bott of Camden, who rodo for ton mllos along tho plko with tho child, doclared that In that distance sho was fresher than he, though ho Is nn old ridor. Frank Campbell of 1828 South Twenty-sixth street, Philadelphia, also made tho run to Atlnntlo City and return to Phila delphia. Frank Is 13 yenrs old. Ho loft Glouces ter at 4 :45 and reached the board walk at 10:2&. Returning, ho left Atlantic City at 1 o'clock and got homo at 7:30. Tho littlo follow said to-day that it was 110 miles, and that It had not tired him a bit. "I'm going to rido 200 miles soon," ho said. CnioAoo, June 7 Twolve young mon, com prising tho Bloycle Corps of tho Northwestern Military Aondemy, etartod awheel for Washing ton this morning, to dollvor a message to Secre tory of War Alger. Tho young men leaped Into famoat the Military Carnival at tho Coliseum sevoral woeks aso. Tholr manoeuvres, undor the command of Major Davidson, tholr organ Irer and loader, mado tbo hit ot the groat exhi bition, and tho task which was undertaken to day was tho result of tho determination to show tho publlo thnt tho corps could do ths roughost kind of actual work as woll as oxhiblt skill in drilling on tholr rubber-shod stoods. Tho messago from den. Brooke to Gen. Alger Is merely a formal statomont of tho trip and its object. Tho docu ment is to bo carried tho entire dlstanco, from Chicago to Washington, by tho corps. The membors of corps will ride, camp, cook, main tain guard and precautions according to tho rules observed In an enemy's country, with tho oxceptlon, of course, of foraging. Each cadot carries a Springfield rifle, shelter tent, blanket, extra clothing, and ono day's rations. Ths weight of oach bicycle with equipment Is fifty flvo pounds. Boston, Juno 7. Butler Chamberlain, tho crack road racer of tho Rosllndalo CycioClub, was taken to tho City Hospital this afternoon suffering from a broken kneecap on his right leg. Ho was injured by collision with n team on Mar 28, but did not realize that he "as seriously hurt until to-day, whon there was an examination by a physician, which resulted In his being sent to a hospital. Ho will raco no tnoro this year, and perhaps never again. Ho was a member of tbo crack Newport Club team that won first prizo in tho road race at Worces ter two weeks ago. notes. The Stat circuit will open at Fredonta to day under the auspices of the Iredonla A. C. Bald, Cooper, xlnrphy, and McDonald wilt follow the cir cuit. One hundred and aeventy-nve rtders finished la the century run of tbo Olenmore Wnelmen on last Sunday. The club trophy wss won by.tho Rmplre Wheelmen. The Lyceum Wheelmen or this city bare arranged their season's run aa follows: June 13. Tarry tov.ni 80. Coney island; 87, West t'nestari July and 0, I'atchogus and Rockaway Bearbt 11, Mor rlstown: IS, SeaCllfft 80, Coney Islandi Aug, I, Asbury Park; S, lire Beacn: IS, rialnnela: 28, Coney Islandi SU, fort Schuyler; Sept. 0, Roslynt 7, Tarry town 1 18, Frreporti 18, Coney Islandi SO, Bergen Beach. The following club rnns have been arranged by the South Brooklyn Wneetmen for this month: IB, callegeFoUtt 80, Rockaway Beach; 87, Lax Suo cess. The Rodney Wheelmen ot Brooklyn will held a century run to ratcnogue on July 89, Th Lararett and Arcanam-n'heelmen of Jersey city will bold races on me Hudson County Boule vard on June lu. sixty. three riders. Including one woman, fin ished the ion. mile run or tn Amphlon Wheelmen frvm Brooklyn to Patchogne ana return on last Bunday. Th run was made in 11 boors and 10 minutes, actual riding. Michael will shortly make an attempt to rednc th one mil record, paced, of 1 mlnut Sv 1-8 see onds, hein by Hamilton. Th Associated Cycling Clobl of East Boston will hold a teu-nul open bandlesp road rao on Jon lu. A twenty-four-hour race will be neld at me Charls Rivar Para track on Aug. 84. Fred Loughead, tbe Canadian rider, who is now racing in this country, promises to be on of th leaders at me end of me season. asotehfat Schoolboys Win the Conaeetloat Championship. niBTTORD, June 7. Th first annual mest of tha Itotcbklss School or Laseviti and Hartford nigh School la track aihletios ror the Interscholastlo c amplonshlp of Connecticut was beld at Cbrur Oak 1'arB, Hertford, on Saturday. The Uotohklss team showed up strong, getting ten nrst and nine second planes and winning the meet easily bj t& core nf ?7 to 83 points, summary follows: 100-Yard Dasn Won by Hlxon, flotchklssi Hor rls, Hartf ril. second. Time, 10 40 seconds. Two Mil Bicycle Race Won by Strong, Ran ford: Lyceti. Hartford, second. Time, Otxs 8 0. Half-xlile Run- Won by Tarker, Ilotccxissi la graham, Hartford, second. Time, 8:00 8-0. lgu.Yard Hurdle Race Won rr Ooodwin. notch, klsst Robertson, Hotcbklss, second. Time, 17 8-8 seconds. One Mil Walk Won by Eella, notchklut Col ltns notchklss, second. Time, Hits l-S. gru-Yard Bash A tie between Cook and Board, man, Hotcbklss. Tlmo, SJ 8-0 seconds. guu-Yarrt Hunt! Race Won by Rorrls, nartfordi Mean, Hotchklss, sreon I. Time, 87 2-0 second. One-Mil Run Won by Starr, Uoichklas; Arnold, Hartford, second. Time, 0 minutes. cjuarter-Rlie Hun Won by Boardman, notehklssi Morris. Ilartrord, second. Time, OS 4-5 seconds. . Running High Jump Won by Biurtavant, Hart ford, witn 0 feet 7K Inobesi Uoowln, Hotchklss, second, with 0 feet an Inch's. Throwing tbe Twelve-Pound Hammer Won by nixun, Hotchklss, with lis reelx!ontague, notch, kiss, second. Putting the Twelv.Pound Shot Won by Hlxon, witn 41 feet) Cook, llotcnktas, seooad, with 88 feet 10J Inches. Running Broad Jump Won by Oood win, notch, kits, with 10 feet 0 inches 1 Hlxon second, with 18 reel 1UW Inches. Pol Vault Won by Sturtevant, Itartford, with 0 feet 10 Inchest Hlxon second, witn U feet 0 Inches. Howling. Tbe first games of the series between bowling teams representing the Bowery and Uarlem were rolled last nlgbt. The scores: oinxiMA TTAJf. 1st f7nm, 8d Gam$. 8d c7ams. Wm. Oerdes luu 107 Irio Rehm 109 100 107 P.Oerdos 8118 ISO 148 Arnold ISO 888 1U7 Clinch 811 ISO 160 TotaU 008 880 845 ItAOLKM TEAK, 1st Qamt. ill Oamt, 8d c7am, Holden 17U 1H3 814 Ualer ll'J loll luu Bock IH7 807 1B7 Linden 104 818 ISO Uehlsdorf xf.1 180 808 Totals T& VS8 045 Odd and Knda of Sport. Bostob, June 7. Oeorg B. Tlnckler, th well known English distance runner, arrived on the Uuuardar l'avonlu this morning. Hit nrst Impor tant match "111 bo v. I in Patrick Carroll In this city on June 17, Tlnckler. whose professional name is Craig, defeated Carroll In England last year. tlhe &urf. old i-xnirr woois SPRING SHEETING DltltlACl CI.UU Of NEW YORK, PltOORAMUF. : TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 8:8 trot, puru MiO; 8.110 pare, purse B0O. WKDNESDAY, JUNE 8. 8.UII trot, purse 5U0. MATCH RACE. 81,0(10 M. T. Leonard's b. g. Rus sell T., W, Love's b. g. I'rtnoe A, 8 18 pace, purse 1300. THURSDAY. JUNE 10. SiSOpace, pursn thoui Villi trot, purse 8600. FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 8:16 trot, purse 500 8.110 trot, purse 8500, Notice of special classes will be glttn ou each day's programme. Admission 81 tn grand stand, grounds, and lower portion of dubboust. JAMEH nrTI.KR, Pres. h. II CLARK. Treas. LUKL A.BU11KK, Beo. Brooklyn Jockey Club Races. Msy 81, JuneS, 8, 0.8, 0,10, 18, 18,10, 17, 18. Silt slave To-Uuy at UiBO I'. 81. RKClal trains la L. I. R. It. direct to grand stand from IIIT11 HT. K R, N. Y., leave at 18:40 (1.00 parlor car), l:8ii p, M Itoik Willi EHALL HT.. via Bay Ridge, half hourly frumllilO A. U, to8il0, 8:10, 4.10 P. M, IlllOOULVX Tilt MM. Leave BROOKLYN BR1D0E. vta 6tb av. Elevated and I'. P. and C. I. R. R. about every 10 minutes. Leave VTH AV. and 80TU8T, about every 80 min utes fom 18 noom. "' i "" f i .'i- - - .-,. . Crescent Bicycles, THE CRESCENT IS A PERFECT WHEEL AT THE RIGHT PR1C& Its reputation has been won by Its merit You will be proud to com pare It with any wheel nude, and you will know that your neighbor paid Just the same price for his Crescent as you did. Western Wheel Works ct,m.'KeVywber 36 Warren St., New York OUR 10-DAY CUT. TWO NlOtrrs this past week we were shipping LTJTnV.H from our storehouse all night to keep up with our orders. ONE WEEK MORE. Th TRBHBND0UB 8UCCES8 our last 10-Day Cut ha proved has obtained tbe consent of MESSRS. LUTIIT to continue the sals of TheLuthy Wheel $150, CUT to $no, FOR ONE MORE WEEK If you do not thoroughly understand th correct principles ot mechanical construction, get a graduate to pass bis opinion on tbls wheel for you. We do not make any claims. WE LET THE WHEEL SPEAK FOR ITSELT. During this week a deposit of (80 will reserv on for you. It you do not wish to purchase at once. ft. B. Hall orders must be accompanied by money or Poet omco order. ZIMMERMAN, Tlio "World's CHiampIon, UNSOLICITED, WRITES: It Is undoubtedly the finest wheel that has ever been placed on the market. A glanca shows It to be superior to anything we hav yet seen." TnE REAR WHEEL. CIIAIN ON. WITH A SDJOLB TURN OF THE CRANK. WILL 8PIN OVER CO) NINE MINUTES. TRY THE OTHERS. ExirmmoN rooms. American Tract Society Building. 150 Nassau St. Catalogue AUSTIN REMSEN, mailed on Eastern Agent. application. ySrVrVWAVVNWNVVSrViVVV Just Call, That's All.;; ' 1 If yon want tha handsomest and easiest ' ' , running IJIcycle built and at a renBonablo ' , ' , price, now's your chance. Big shipment ' J 1897 Model must bo sold. , Agents or Clubs supplied at j Less Than Factory Prices. '- ', Soconrl-band Bicycles. $10 to (120. 20th " J Century '07 Lamps. 91.74. Cataloguo free- 4 1 jj N. Y. SPORTING GOODS CO., !' jj 61 Nassau St., mMS'lMM. ;lj I NEWTON I TIRES Aro not tho " anxious " kind. Thero Is rttbber of the tough, elastic sort in them. They are easy, speedy, and they stand hard xuage. THE NEWTON RUBBER WORKS, 80S rteade St., Mow York Cltyi too Pearl St., nsto. ImLEWESTLET OOO new HYRA.CUSE, genu or ladles', all clean and new. In original cratea. PRICE that n 111 CLEAR them out. u.ano 1HU7. flush Joints, 4 tread, 35 each. Ulto 8100 1MU7. I tub, a-piece banger. BOS. loo Ladles' 80 lb . Iieat-know n make. SHU. DOO Ladles' 1100 Cycles, nothlnir Oner mnde. S8. 50 COLUMBIA TANDEMS. TO. SITS. AXII SSI. I RrCOONlZKD LEADERS In nitrate cycles for SEVEN VKAIIS. RELIAULE UOOIIS onlv. I.ARUKST STOCK I.Y A.TtRIIICA. LG.JAND0RF&C0.. JBIdg.) 321 Broadway. 9,000 CYCLES :?, SLAUGHTERED. 100 RAMBLERS, S'I5. 1100 VICTORS. 885. 8TD ItEHALDS, 88T.B0. BOO C0L1ONS, 888.60. 8100 LHIERTYS. 81S. 870 NEWTONS. 8. All new standard makes; clean, fresh goods 1 fully guarautwdi maker's name on each; also 30 others. r h 200 2d M Blneles, $5 up. Such as Columbian, Spalding, Victors, "crescents. Crawford, btearns, ulobo, Sterling. Hen llur, Cleve land, &o. All In good condition, ready to ride: wheels w havi- taken In exchange ror new ones. We have tbe noode and niaiitlty we ailtertlse. 110, 118. 114, 110 Nsu at.. lPaementl. uV-j-Ann. Crawfords in Stock. $2 WEEKLY. NO WAITING, A FEW VICTOR. PtEltCE. AND MTEARNS WHKEI.8 LEFT. ASH 'tl MOUtCLN. Prices Interesting. MATHEWS BROS. IPS W, liiSsH 8T. I'B KVB.MiUJH. Crescent Cycles 11. OO A WRBU. RTAHH WIIKKL LO., al SI. ss alMBlen Ave. X--. e UlCVllTlM haveTmprot ementi and 7TfsUt advanofd Ideas In constru tlou not 6CV1UV1 attained on any other make. Bold by C. 81. ftlOKE.'I.W A lino., 186 and l88ChainbtrHt , N y Uennaai's Milliard thninplon II err. Hugo ICorkau, tbo oung billiard champion of Germany, la boro on bis first visit to tbo New World, and is apparently anxlouB to try conclu sions with tlio American stars. Tho young champion is stopping in Hobokcn, having itr rhod lust Saturday. Ho wunts to ploy Scbaefer and Ives, hoaujs. Kerkau Isonly 21 jours old but has long ranked as tlio first plner lit Merlin, He plays tho old nllo all-rail guinu mostly, l, high runs havo boen 2,301. 2,6aa, U.WKi, and In April. 1H00. ho scored 4.0ft-., tho latter beating the norld record previously held by Trcbnr. tho champion or Hungary. The following month, In an exhibition game, be scored 4,SWS without miss. All those runs were mado on the -ttaxU tables which are exclusively used In Uennau bil liard academies. AtsV-AtBAAafcAtBytTasATssAlrA,,... I HUB Wheels,' 1 QdIHySra TOO! , J STVLB8I P IADIM, QENTtraHTS A TANDEM. 9 Tbe Lightest Itunnlnff Wncols on P.trth. ) THE ELOKEQDtSE a ...jiND.... 1 TNE BELWIOERE. 3 Wo always Had Oood Staring Machines I ' W Why Shouldn't we Make Good Wheel j I ) fl! National Sewing Machine Co., 2j 330 Broadway, Factory: . V New York. Belvidere, Ills. . WE SEAT, CRAWFORD OIGYGLESJ V, 1897 MODELS, i J Olf A. rATMEXT OF i I ISO OSlESt X Alffl IS JIOXTBI,T FATMEXTS OF T 94.17. I X $S0.0O Z.Z8T.) i J J WXTU OXE TEAB'B GUAltAXTEE. I E. G. P. CO., 1 O JtOOJIS 60 AXZ 07, TllIIfD FJ.OOIt, 4 j; 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. i . Salesrootu Open 3Iomlay Ereningi I Until 9 o'clock. I When stamped on Athletic Goods ' ' ; and Bicycles means standard of J ! J merit j i : 1896 Spalding Bicycle: : I $50 For Men's, $60 for Women's, j; I ; Carries oar Regular (Juarantee. ; : A. 6. Spalding & Bros. Spalding-BIdwell Co. : ' 180-130 Nassau St. 89, 81. S3 TV. 42d Bt. . ' LREM1NGI0N BICYCLES, SlOO AM) S75. $15 ON DELIVERY OF BICYCLE. Balance In monthly payments ot (10 each. X FEW SPECIAL IUnciAINS In second-hand wheels, '80 MODELS. REMINGTON ARMS CO., OOO West SOtht. and Grant! Circle. OI-EK EESIN0S UNTIL 10 P. M. CltEAHAKTCE SAX.lf l'rlcen belon Auction aud Dry Ouods btori-. liennliie ? therla, S'il.m. 07 LADIES' OU MEN'S NOM'AKF.ILS . .' SO ASTOItS .. . -Jtl oil 11KI.MONTS. . .. II i ' 11KU.1S nil imi ' KHIE Rrrt'IAIS till! " NOIIWOODS. UENDltONS MK..MI " TASDKMs, S)SU.aU JVVF.MI.ES, Ml" I 1 8d hM Columbia. SlOj Tourist, 81K. .ll rn (! NorwcKMl. rati trie. t8Si Ltnnwood. ." llotal, t-'l HtctwInK. 8 '.'!!; Victor. 81U; Trkyclf. $.'.1 NI'R'II, I'llll F.l Tit nKl.llf. Call with rash All wbrrls guarantr-i'il ('hole sad Ilea given, color m il tar. NONPAREIL CYCLE CO., 10 Barclay St., Xtar rEUKlES and HHOAPWAY lls-i n '-nt FRSC1S REDUCED. Highest Quality Maintained. IB97 RAMBLERS S80 1897 IDEALS S35 tO $75 GORMULLY & JEFFERY M'F'G. CO. 88-0ea EKIIITII AV., KEAH MITH tT . N V 848 KI.ATUUHH AV . KHOOKI.YN . Islington Cycle Co , 80 Viscy st , N Y AT$25i00 THEY 00 LIKE HOT CAKES. Why. 1!T cyclM ir one-piece crank hanwr and flush inluts Otnrrs ua, snai stl lis to etioo makes. LAMI'S, swr.i N9r 81,81, 4c. UKl.La. &c . at cost. FULTON CYCLE CO., 17t BroatUvny. rsVrVsV ty 1AV 'V9 CUT RATE STORE.? NfcW V0I1K H NKV H1.AVUIITKU hTl'l I f . ssueleirant newryele. , buih, an I HJJi . m value, , ajtts, and stioo, ami Al JUKh- C i Bt'NDlUKS s off dry kvh1s prices A W tlooil assortmiiit. i 85 WEST BROADWAY, ws Ladies7 Bicycles $25 1HO0 Overland Cycles with 18117 ittinraiitu I t i Reliable and ut to ilatf. full puarantted CALL AND KXAMI.SK JOHN W. JiUVKLEW lau Houtb SI., near I'ei U Hlli. t $10 Down $5 per Month OK THE IIKST .- Mlll'l I. Special Inducements for Cash 8UVKRAI.mMltKDOKlTllt.!tMM,r lit l IT l- Klti l'l fl i.F.xiiri i.i; to,, ji m r i and lslnKtou av uml.il.ti MMllEM, as pair, boat 'W7i full warrant) vtN lr JLiucu uuuuiuC4J, lacuast. Agm. nut.i- WrjatJ-iyigmttiig-lj ....sssasBssssssi