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H ; 4. ' THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1897. s - H
( " CYCLONE" SEYMOUR'S DAY
. ffin rovxo T.v.FT.itAsnnn vixanca
V a woxnr.iti'Vi. uaxv.
f .
L Clevclnnds Hrt but Three nils and Are Again
Mint Out by III Jfevr York lUttlmorcs
:.' i One. llora Itefrnt rittibtir' ITaaklnalou
ft Pmwi t'hlraco In ttio llape St. I-exls tTlns.
fj I It Is not often that thn Now York ahut out a
p " team llko tho (Jlovelnnds two days In succession
V. l and liy tlio Identical scores, but auch proved to
I L'i ,' bo tho rnso when yesterday's pramo was over.
I J ' Toooau'a men were sliiiitilly defeated again, and
I , the locals Ruined on tho Cincinnati, who did not
I II piny. Tlio Ilnltlmorcs made enough runs to
i 1! t' , Benin topnlo tho rittiburits over, and incl
j Ij li dcntnlly Incrcrtsud their lend over tho Uostona
1 II fe ? by six points. Tho Wellingtons defoated tho
I Iff t' Ijotilsvlllos, ami will pnss thoni to-day If they
jlj S win ngixln, Meanwhile tlio Chlcnuos havo
! V dropped to oloiontli holo, Tho surprise ot tho
j'l i l Any was tho victory ot tho St. Ixiuls team, com
III y. t posed mostly of ex-yunkers, ovor tho Phlladel
ill Ei r phlntconi. Tho results:
111 P Kctr York, B Cleveland, 0.
Daltlmore, 111 riltshur. 9
l L Washington, H Louisville. 3,
II P , VI Louis, Si Philadelphia. 4.
Ill '& Tiir, nxcoRti.
II B , Per I Fer
K V I Chilli. nVn.Lnaf.crnf, Clutil. Won.Lctl.cent.
M i TjeJllmorS....:i3 U ,78lilcleveland....!l!i 83 .000
HIVl - llostun li 13 .Till Pittsburg 30 US .403
WAV Cincinnati.. ..27 HI .0911 LoulsvuT.....17 a; .380
II , New Yirk....Sil 1? .888 Wulilnirton..lO SO .SRI
M t l )MilladeIphla.X4 SU .811 Culcaito IT 28 .378
ft Brooklyn 23 22 .800 iM. Louis. U 88 .11)1
It A NEW TORK.&; CLICVKLAND, 0.
II ij ; "Cyclone" Seymour ownod tho rooters last
I . ' nlidit. Ho was a horo at tho Polo Grounds In
I ' I tho afternoon, and his vtonderful pitching will
w !j I not bo forgotten by tho 4,500 cheoring on thu.
'I ,', elnsts who looked on. It la not exaggerating It
jl f, a bit to aay that this young left handcr showed
;. moro speed thnn HubIo, Moekln, or any othor
I , twlrlor has ever possessed In local games. At
, times ho (shot the ball In with auch
jl terrlflo moinontum that tho Clovoland
' players put their heads togothor and marvelled.
I ' Jlut it wasn't epood alouo that provod so elloo-
M V tlvo against Toboau'i Indians. Wide, swooping
i C curves, bonutlfullr controlled at critical stages,
9 ', mudo tho visitors look llko wooden men as thoy
' vainly tried to hit safoly. As u result ot Soy-
,d mnur's skill, not a run was scored, only throo
IB C i hits wero made, und eight men struck out. In
M '.t ' eluding lllos and hits, but six drive went out
IB & . (Ido tho dlHinond in tho nlno Innings. Inability
9 h to control fast balls rosultod in sevon freo bases
I W .- and n hit by pitcher, but these things can bo
aa M nnrlookcd.
i And Beyinour's norves wero In good working
Ba X order, too. In times past ho has shown a
I ' tendency to "go up In the air" when things
II V didn't come his way, and when. In tho seventh
jl i Inning, tho Clevelnnds filled the bases, with one
If X i toan out, many of the spectators feared that the
' J youngster would go to pieces, aa Tobenu and
mm his coaihcravt ore doing tnolr best to ruttlo him.
1 i' . O'Connor was at that stage sent to tho bat iu
MB f ' Pitcher MclJcrniott'e place. Things looked do-
Ml I ddedlysquallr, and both Joycaanduleason pur-
(I posoly dclayou tho gomo by arguing with Umpire
Hi I O'Uay in order to let Ueymour got a rent. Then
Mil . tho human cyclono was cut looso again and
SI ! with rriuhtful speed ho struck O'Connor out.
Will -. That mudo two victims, and when last year's
-. - chnmpion batsman, Durkett, who had r truck
111 ; out twice before, sent a fly to Holmes there was
flu b eceno of wild excitement over this display of
fll , sjrit und self-possession.
WM i- The New Yorks backed up tho "boy wonder"
1 In faultless etylo. Not an error was charged
D V . against them, the most sensational plays being
J rnnde oy lloonto Davis and Kid Qleason. Tho
V V ! latter cracked out two beautiful two-baggqrs
nil - and tnado throo of tho nvo runs. Soymour, by
jHI '' ' tho way, hit out two fine ones himself, ono for
Hi ); two bags. JlcLlermott pitched good ball, except
111 i In tho sixth Inning, when tho Now Yorks scored
9 three runs. Tebeuu claimed that Clark should
; 5 f- have been declared out on strikes. In which case
1 j ;, no runs would havo been made. But thai didn't
I " toako any dltferenco In the result ot tho game.
n V, Joyce's men got their first run in tho second
yi ; Inning, when Oleason opened with a rattling
ill - two-hapger, went to third on Warner's grounder
Mil J to Childs and scored on a very close decision
Wlf ' 'When Clark sent a fly to llurkett. Qleason
IMI V J scored New York's second run in the fourth
)HM a ' when bo hammered another double-bagger to
', ; V left, hustled to third on Warner's neat sacrifice
' and crossed the plate on Holmea's sharp slnglo
D 8' : to centre.
II ? I Davis began tho sixth with a bass on balls,
H ' and would have been forced by Qleason hnd not
I y UoKean muffed Tebeau'a throw. Warner
til ,- worked in hla second BuerlHce, which was a
ill) .; well-placed bunt, and Clark, after tho Clevo
ji t , lands had kicked because O'Day did not call an
jl 5 alleged third strike, brought in both men with a
U Vi t, stunning single to left. Holmes fanned tho air,
rjj i, ', but Seymour made Clark lumber to the pinto
Hit -i v by lacing a two-bagger to right centre. Van
HI r - Ilaltren followed with a bnso on bails, but Tler-
II K nan onded tho Inning with a long fly to Chlot
I a & Bockaloxis.
i Jl Sj r Uu to the eighth inning but one hit waa mado
il-V ' by the Clovolands. Then Wallaco hit for three
VII 1 I bases after two were out, but was left. In tho
'ill ' ninth McAlcergotths third and loat hit. Ilore-
Bl i malned on first oaso, as the next two mon popped
jilt, ' up tiles, and tho crowd made a rush for the vio
vdttth tiirlnnq nltrher. Thn score!
lr$ HEW TORK. CLETELLWO.
WilK, n. lB.r.o.i.i. n. Is. r.o. a. c.
Mill? , Vann't's.of.o 0 0 0 0 Durkett. ir...o 0 8 0 0
"llll? Tleraan. rt..O 0 10 0 Ohlldl. llb...O 0 0 3 1
Mil i ' Joyce, lib.... n 0 1 2 0 Bock'leiU. rrO 0 10 0
'llUr ' DitU.w 1 0 8 8 u i Wallace, 3b..0 1 S 1 0
lllri . Oleuon,Sb..ll 2 a 3 0 Telxitu, lb...0 0 7 3 0
!mjl t , Warner. 0...0 0 H 0 0 UcKean. H..0 118 1
'HI ; Clark, lb.... 1 13 1 0 McAleer. cf..0 110 0
'.111'"7 Holmes. It.. .0 1 a 0 n Zlminer, c.,,0 0 6 3 0
'Wl i . Bymour,p..O a 1 3 0 iI'D'rinott,p.O 0 13 0
SI K- ICuppj, p 0 0 0 0 0
91 It , Totals S 0 27 13 0 O'Connor.. .0 0 0 0 0
Jl' I Totals. .... "o "ail U "5
Un ' Hew York 0 10 10 8 0 0 ..8
jUtf)' ,' CleTeland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
H T Earned runs New York, 3. Turn-Duo hits Olo-
U IF r son (V). Seymour. Thrc-bue hit W.,IIce. Htcrinee
I hits van ilaltren, Warner (S). Stolen bases Joyce,
H t h Clark, yint baae on error New York. First oasw
mu & on balls Off Seymour, 7t off MiPermott, 4. Struck
I Iv ;. out UyBorroour. Hi by UcUeruiott, 8. Hit by pitcher
H U , -Ily Seymour, 1. Lett on biutes New York, Oi
u f Clcrclanil, u. Double play (lleanon, DstIh, and
Wn i Clark. WIM pitch Hey mour. Time hours and !i0
1 -, . minutes. Umpire O'uay. Attendance 4.800.
mi BiXTiiionr, Hi rrrrssuaa, 0,
W ' Daltimoex, June 18. The champions and Piratts
H r, ladulsed in a sluralng match to-day, in whloh the
u ; ', toriner came out nnil best. Ths score:
H i ' BU.TH0RE. , nrTsstTaa.
f '. ' n. lu.r o...l n.lB,r.o.A.a.
; i McOraw. Sb.l 3 3 3 0 IS mlth.lt 1 0 0 0 0
. i ! Ketlor. rf....3 3 3 0 0 I'addea. 3b. .3 3 7 0 1
., li ; Jeuulnifi. u-.l 18 3 O'DavU. 3b. ...1 1111
Xl 'i . boyle,lb....O 10 1 0 llrodle.cf....l 3 3 0 0
i ! h' . lU-Ut, Vb 0 0 13 Ol Donovan, rf .3 8 0 0 0
' Mm . O-Dflen. If... I 111 0 Ely, an 0 4 1 A 0
UmW r Qiilnn, or 1 3 10 O.Herritt, c.,.,0 3 8 8 0
mWM Ioweruiau,o.3 8 14 0,Sui(den, lb.,0 0 10 0 1
, r Corbett, p.,,1 0 13 0 llavrley. p...l 3 0 0 0
, Hi ITannehllI...0 0 0 0 0
'' g Totals 11 IS 87 10 0
I I Totals. U 10123 18 8
HI f, Batted for Merrttt In the ninth. tMoOraw bit by
I If batted ball.
I' Baltimore 1 0 8 7 0 0 0 0 ..11
,' ( 'L PllUburg 8 0110101 8- u
J H r Earned runs Baltimore, 7 Pittsburg, 8. Tno-haie
i H hlta MeOraw, Heeler, Corbett (8, Donovan, FAilden,
.. Mt L Three-bun UIU Doyie, Keeler. Homo run I'a'lden,
Ml ttt ou hues llaltlmore, 8i Pltubum. 7. Stolen
- ml taifs Corbett, u'Prlen, Jennings (8j, Double play
O'JIrlcn and McOraw, rlrat bue on error Ualtfmure.
I Vtrtt bue on l.alU-Off Corbett. 8 off Hawlry, 1,
I jilt by pitched ball uy Corbett, II by llavrley, 8.
J Btriick out Uy Corbett, B, l'aued ball Uowermau.
1 ' XI uiplr lluret. Attendance 8,888. Time 3 hours
' I aud IS minutes.
(j wxsuotox, bi LOaiSYIIia, 8.
(R ' WAimisaTOX, Juna 18. The Henators fell foul of
I - Chick Kruer in the fourth and llftb Innings to-day
I and batted out a victory. The score;
III . v UAtmaarox. I LotrisviLLi.
U u.la.r.0. a.E.1 it. Inr.o. i.e.
y MM Brown. cf....l 0 0 o u Clarke. If.... 1 0 10 0
C mrli Belbaih, If.. .3 110 0 Mol'rwry, ir.O 13 10
i Ui Demout,s.,,3 8 U 3 0 IMckerlng.rf.u 0 10 0
L. , Jli-Oillro, e.,..l 8 0 8 (I HlalTnld, u.,0 0 8 4 0
! Tuckor, lb..,l 1 13 8 0 Wenlcu. lb..l 0 13 0 0
't lt-llly, I") 0 18 0 0 Dexter, O....0 8 13 1
MUM ; Abbey. rf..,,l 1 1 0 1 Juhlmun, Hb..l ll 3 4 0
). BL1 O'lirlen, 8b..0 0 0 U 0 Cllu'mon.ab.o 0 1 u u
i ! alcJamei, p .0 1 3 1 0 Kriuer, p..0 114 0
S ll ' ' Total" 13 10 37 17 7 Totals., .!s Til 10 T
&' HJl Waihlntton , 0 0 0 114 0 3 ..8
A Jf Loultrlile 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 18
'v BB Earned runs Wublnmon, 8. Vlrat base by error
". BB Loulitute. Left naUuM-Washington, 8i Loulstllle,
" BB o- Klnt tiuuonbalU OS llcJaiuea, Bi oSFruer, 8.
l" BV i ' Struck out Uy Mujamaa, o: by truer, 1. Throw-
-;' BI liiue hit Belbach, btolou hue Selbach, Clark.lt
",'i BJ UcCreery. 8. Double plsy-llellly (alone). lilt by
ra B , - pitcher Hy llcjaiurs, 1, Wild nltehea UcJsmea, 3
Vk B i Vroscr, 1. J'uicd balU-Moflulru, 3. Umilre
"f mU ' Emails. Time t hour and BU minutes.
Bj st, louis, V ruiianu.rnu, 4,
' HF PniLinELriilA, June Irl. Philadelphia was beaten
i Bxl bv bt. lmla to-day In oue nr the wurst-played tcsiues
1 BH Seen hero lor some time, The score:
N? H I'Ull.aiikUIIU. I ST. LOUIS.
i' flu k. In. e.o. . r. n. Iu. r.o. a, t.
BR Cooler, rt,..'J 0 8 ll ll Turner, rf.,.1 0 8 1 n
BsTB Ho vie, Iti. .,0801 0illallnian,8b.l 0 8 11 1
Hi. , I.alole.rf I 3 3 3 1 .llaitinau.Ub.l 8 0 0 1
iBIO. Delehanty.lt.n u 0 0 0 Duuulua, o .1 11 0 II 1
1 B Cleuiriili,i'..il 1 ft 1 Oil. rady, lb. ..3 1 7 0 U
Vr Bil Geler, 8b.. ,0104 OiMurpliy. lb..O 0000
flf I- ciiiiiu,:iii....o o i u ;i HoUJ, lb... o o I o o
-, Bl i Na.li.si 1 1 7 3 l'l-Jlly. If.. ..1 3 10 0
I. Wl:etler,Ii...O II II 1 UTruki, u. ...1 8 4 0
BJ 1 llUrley, cf,..u 14 10
j f; Tolalj 4 V37 13 8 Douobue, p. 0 10 10
B I I Totals.... !u iot7 13 8
j 9 Philadelphia 1 0 il 0 1 I 1 0 0-4
BH H bl, l.ollli .... U 8 I ll 0 & II I O-'J
I Kori.fd ruii-ht Louln, Iwnbane hits Douolm,-,
I I Cn... Uieiiieuta. Nu.li. hlolen banea Turner, Urady
A l riaerllleu bit lllllen U-tl on baatt I'i.ladelihla,
B I l bt, l.ouK III btnu-K out llarlr), Douoliue (8),
.'Ml I (lllleu, U'ieeer Double plays Turner, Hallimiu
ifll I aud Croui Pot le and Noah, Klral ba ou errorn fit.
Iiili, 7: i'lillnililptila. 8. Klrat bold oil ba'.la
'uruur (3;, Uartuau, Uray (3), Harley, Cooley (8),
Iff 1 '
1fflMWyWr'-JsitiS.MlV.a,tp, a.jaa?lsaraaawwa.lasiswit " ' rwsj1lM ill
I.., ,. , ... "-nnmmmiWmmmMmWyriMimiRirti
Lalcie. Tlltby pllfhed ball Lajote, Harley. rued
ball Clemrnu. Time 3 hoars and 15 minutes. Um
pires McDermott aod UacDonald.
Kaatem leaa;ne.
AT ItOCnUTXR.
Iu n, 1.
Itocheater.,,,0 84030000 0 w 18 4
Buffalo 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 13 8
Batteries XcFarstane and Zahnsrt Wadtworth and
Cnjubart.
AT TOROKTO.
it. n. r.
Toronto a 9S00000 v-H 14 a
Syracuse o 4 0 0 10 0 1 0-A V 4
Batteries Norton and Uakert Ma.on and bhaw.
AT Wn-KtSBAaRK.
r. n. a.
Wliketbarre 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 2 a 8 8
Providence 3 110 12 0 0 07 11 3
Catteries O'Dnell and blRilna: ltodson and Dixon.
AT SCSABTOX.
a. n. a.
Rcranton 0 0 10 0 10 3 S-'t 10 1
Sprlncfleld 0 1 10 0 10 3 37 13 8
Batteries Mono and Boyd) llauea and Duncan.
New England taaaiae.
At Fall ntvcr-Newport, Bt Vail Hirer. .
At Taunton Pawtucket, Ot Taunton. 4,
Other Cianaee.
AT XXWABK.
a. t. a.
Newark. ..o 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 03 8 B
Athletics. 8 0 U 0 0 0 1 0 03 7 3
Batteries Carrlck and Itothruss; Brolth and rox.
at luitrroaD.
a. n. a.
nartford 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 1-881
I'ateraon 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8 ..9 10 0
Batteries Outright aud noaehi Flaherty and Welt
lako. AT LASCASTCB.
a. n. a.
Lancuter 0 10 0 18 0 0 0-4 0 0
lUehraomL. 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-3 0 1
Batteries Ueptlng and Hot hi Btlmmel and Foster.
AT RCAOUIU.
a. n. a.
Beading... 0 0 0 0 8 10 0 04 0 B
Norfolk...... :;...0 0OB3O00 0-7 B8
Batteries Araole, Lucid, and Klnsellai Vfanmlllei
and Bnyder,
AT ORAKOB.
a. n. a.
OranrreA. 0 B 0 4 0 0 0 10 1 e) 7 8
Cincinnati....." 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 4-8 18 1
Batteries Weitervelt and Colllnat Frits, Brown,
and anrtver.
At canajoharle Oenulne Cuban QlanU, 8 Qlllatn
club, 4.
At Bristol Merlden, 17; Drlitol. 4.
Hassball Uauiea To-Day,
KATIOXALLKAOrja ARO AWERlCAt ASSOCUTIOB.
aeveland at New York; Cincinnati at Drooklyni
Ohlcazo at Doiton; Bt. Loula at Pniladelpma; Pitta
bun at Ualtlmoro! Loulavllls at Waablnxton.
uittu LXAOCE.
Bprtngfleid atBcranton: rrovtdtnee at Wilkes
barra: Toronto at Syracuse! Uuffalo at Pochalter.
ATLAXTtO LXAOCX.
Athletics at Newark; Tateraon at nartford Bloh
mond at Lancaster) Norfolk at Beading.
VBOOILYS AMATXITB ASSOCIAnOB.
Ruolute vs. Worth A. C. Sidney vs. St. retara.
ornxa OAMIS.
Princeton vs. Yale, ni Manhattan Field.
Xoutclalr A. O. va. Nutley F. C at Hoatolalr.
Uorrlstown F. C. vs. Squadron A. at Korrlitown.
fitaten Island O. C. vs. Enxlawood K. C. at LIT.
ingston.
Mount Vernon Y. 11. C. A. vs. Yale A Towns, at
Btamford.
Suburbans vs. Norwich F. a ot Brooklyn, at Cro.
toua Park.
Arlington A. 0. vs. Uanhattan College, at Arllng.
ton.
Oritanl F. C. vs. Morris Plains Hoipllal t. C at
naekenack,
Tor.tnglon vs. Waterbury, at Terrlngton.
Deray vs. Bridgeport, at Derby.
Itertden vs. Brlitol, at Merlden.
Wood&rtdge A. A. va. I'aaaalo A. C at Weed
bridge. Amherst v. Williams, at Amhertt.
Illdgewood F. O. vs. Murray Unit, at Rldgswood.
Harvard vs. Holy Cross, at Cambridge.
Newark F. C. vs. Soma Orange V. C. at Newark.
Cranrord A. C. vs. Crescent A. A. or New York,
at cranrord.
Orange A. C. vs. Camden A. C, at Orange OvaL
noboaen F, C. vs. Ben Hur A. A., at Adelphl Field,
Tiempitvad vs. Riveralde F. C at tlempatead.
Creseents vs. WetQsld. at PlalnBetd.
Oarnersvllle vs. Brootlyn F. C. a' Oarneravltle.
Tiffany vs. Manhattan F. C, at Yan Cortlandl
Park.
Asbury Park vs. Albany A. C, at Aabury Park.
Ulverdals F. C. va. Clermonts, at Van Cortlandt
Park.
l'aclflo A. C. vs. Rahway A. C, at Jeriay City.
Bay Kldge F, C. va. Queens F. C at Queeas.
West End F. O., vs. Fort Schuyler, at rort achny.
ler.
Washington vs. Paisalc, at Washington, N. J.
Williamsburg F. c. vs. Jeffcrion A. C, at Newark.
Wnitalt. Tatum & Co. va. Dodge Jt Olcott, at Pros
pect Park.
Uackeniack Y. M. C. A. vs. Englewood F. O. seo
oad team, at Englawood
at. B. Brown vs. Trunk Line, at Jersey City.
Ashland vs. Willeta Point, at WIHete Point.
Washington Heights F. C vs. Ilenaersoa B. B. 0.,
at Jersey City,
Stamford vs. St. Louis Collage, at Btamford.
Armttage A. C va. Emeralds of the Catholic Pro
tectory, at West Chaater.
Olllen'a Express team va. West Waihlnxton Mar
ket Butchers, at West New York.
TJaaeball Boles.
The Ironsides will play the Recrsstlons at Be:au
ens, N. J., to-morrow.
Many ot the Brooklyn and Cincinnati players saw
the game at the Polo Qroundsysiiernaj.
A Constant Header. An error la a palpable full
play whlcn allows a runner to rsaea a oase or acoro
a run.
President Pulllam'e action In releasing Rogera
from the Loulivllles Is generally regarded aa; a
mistake.
Stauxtub. June IS. The Stannton bassball team
won an aaty victory nere thla afternoon over Wun.
lag tun and Lee University by score of IU :o 0.
Jim Corbett said yesterday that he anl Brady had
aent a communication to Yon dor Abe offering
80.000 in oaan tor the Bt. Louis franchise, but aa
yet bad received no answer.
The flnal gsms between Yale and Princeton will
be play-id at Uanhattan yield to-day, beginning at
3 P. U. Tbe New York-Clet eland game at the Polo
Grounds will begin aa usual at 4 P. SI.
The Australian baseball plsyers were royally en
tertained yesterday by A. O. Scalding at nil sum
mer boms at Beabrlght. Among those present were
C. n. Byrne et the Brooklyn club, A. J. Reach of
tbe Philadelphia club. James E. Sullivan, Secre
tary of the A. A. U., and many othera.
Baltihobx, June IB. Patsey Donovan yesterday
telegraphed Pitcher Oeorge llemmUig and Innetder
Jimmy nogsts, recently released by Loulavlile, to
Join me Pittsburg team In this olty at oucc Bono
van save that his club aeeda atrensthe lng!n;iho
pitching department and that ilemmlu? Is aa good
as be evsr was. Rogers will probably bo placed at
nrst baae. Bugden will tnen go nehind tne bat
again. Donovan Is greatly dlauleaied wltn the
work of Catcher Leahey and will aend him to a
minor league elub or release him,
Z Lakcasteu, June 18. Umpire Weldman was
rougblr bandied by members of ths Richmond Base
ball Club t the close of the game to-day, and a
couple ot tbe plaisri nhoilld the rough hsudllng
got their heads slightly punched br exulted apec
tatora wbo sided wim the umpire. Ths police pre
vented a frs Bant. Weldman had declared ths
third man out at in plate In the ninth Inning. The
annry Virginian ran at tne umpire, followed by sev
eral'or bis fellow players, and laid bold of Weldmaa
without much ceremony. Tue crowd ruabed In the
field to tbe umpire's rescue, policemen got Into tho
Eusb. and one btueeoat seised a Richmond player
y ths throst on besrlsg the latter announce bis
purpose to "aplks" Woldmsn. Ins Ptsysr desisted
from bis avowed Intention whon tne strong arm of
the law was thus literally Inierpo-ed. Two other
Southerners who were shoving Weldman around
rather rudely felt the Bsts of outsiders before calm
bad been restored. As a matter or fact McDonald,
tbe roan wnnm the -jmplre deelared out at tho
ptate, was really out, and If be bad not boon, be
should have beeu so declared at any rate, forlln try.
Ing to score from seoond be cut third base by sev.
era! (set.
lailAT TEX.W1S.
Juliette Atkinson and Ilesale aioore will Meet
on tbe Courts To. Pay.
PiULADELrniA, June 18. Miss Jullotto Atkin
son won tho right to moot Miss Iloeslo Moore In
tho final contest for tho tenuis championship of
America In ladles' singles at Wissablckon
Heights to-day. Tho victory was generally ex
peeled, as Miss Atkinson has been playltur In
exceptional form all neck, Jlltw ICciulerilino,
who was her opponent, waa beaten In straight
sets. The final mutest will bo played to
morrow aftornoon, It Is likely thai Miss
Atkinson will sliuro with her ulolnr tho
honor of tbe championship lit doubles. The two
showed great tennis thla afternoon In tho only
pama played In ladies' doubles, Miss Hutch of
lloston and Miss Maud llauks of l'blladolplila
weru their opponents. Though tho lattoraro
expert handlers of Iho rai-nuct, they could not
stem Iho tldo of defeat. Mrs. Frank KilwiinU
and Miss Kllzitbotli ltastall havji jot to play
Miss Kcndordlno and Miss llenson, Tlio wlnuur
of this match to-morrow will play tho Missos
Atkinson in the final.
The finals In the other events wore llnlshod
to-day, Chnrlt'H Toto and M.D.Smith won tlio
men's doubles, Miss Edith Coombs ami K, Mor
Iran tho consolation mixed doubles, Ml3i Hen
eon and D. I.. Mitgriidcr the mixed doubles,
while Mrs. Kdwnrda won tho cousolutlon ladles
singles, rjummary follows:
Ladles' Hinglcs, Championship It Us Keuderdlne
of llelilcld beat Ill-sC Mclyof Chluago, S, 8-tl,
A It Mies Juliette AtklUMju of Maten Island beat Mlts
Ktnderdlno, ll 3, li tl 0.
Mixed Doublis Mlas Ilenaou snd D. L. Uagruder
heat Miss Hunk and 11. L. C. Urlmtba, 04. 03, 7-5.
I'uliaolatlou Mixed Doulilea Ulaa Edllb Coombs aud
Woman beat Mlas Arnold and C, C.Blcbel, 0 3,
7-S, 7-8.
Consolation Ladles' Singles Mr. Frank Edwards
heat til" Winner, 7-8, 8 a, 7-8.
Ladlea' Doubles The Mlaaes Atkinson beat MluE.
ltouli sod Mlas Maud Hank. II B, B 4, fl i.
Men's Doubles Charles 'lete aud M D. blnlth best
J. 1', i'arct and U. U. blchel, 0-1, ll 0.
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OOLF.
Tne Conteats Schedoled ror namy IAnka Te
Uay. At tho Ardaley Clnb to-day the deciding match
for tho Edwin Gould Cup botwoon tho wlnnora
In tho six contests held monthly last season will
be played. Tho weekly handicap will also tako
place W. II. Bands, tho only winner who
started from scratch, will be a contestant ror
tho Gould Cup, and ho will play with N. D. Burr,
who will rvcolvo an allowance The other eli
gible nro J. M. Hammond, W. F. Judson, Wil
liam Chryatlo, and Daniel Bacon. The putting
contests for tho two cups presented by R. II.
Remington have been postponod until noxt Sat
urday. Two team contests of unusual Interest are
among tho dny'a events. Olio, betwoen tho
players of tho Queens County and the Oyster
Bay Golf clubs, will virtually decide tho cham
pionship of tho north shore of Lone; Island. It
will bo played on the Queens County links at
Qlon Cove. Tho playlni; ordor ot the teams will
bo as follows:
Queens County n. P. Taller. J. P. C. Tappan, IT. K.
Adams. W. 1. Illoka, Paul Dana, Psrcy Chubb, P. B.
Pratt, and F. O Cunningham.
Oyster Bay Dcvrreaux Emmet. II. R.Townsend,
P. L. V. novpln. W. II. Coles, J A. Weekes. Jr.. O. A.
Richards, rrancla T. Underbill, and E. R. Uerrttt.
Tho second match will bo between the Rich
mond Comity and Bnltusrol Golf clubs at DiU
tusrol. The teams will bo:
Richmond County Park, Chad wick, Btoddart, Arm
strong. O. llnckinryer. and Paterson.
Baltusrol II. p. Toler. J. A. Tyue. L. P. Bayard, Jr.!
Beverley Ward, Jr.: 11 O'Neill, and T. If. Powers Farr.
Tho accond monthly handicap ot the A and II
class players will bo docldod at tbe Livingston
links of tho Stnlon Island Cricket and II. II. C.
Trams ratiresetitlni; the Kntrlcwood and Dyker
Mo.idnw Golf Clubs will meet on tho Fort Ham
ilton links. At tho Falrtlold County Golf Club
A und li class players will piny a team match.
There will ben women's putting match at tbe
Knollnood Country Club and also play In tho
closlnt; competition for tho semi-monthly cup.
Tho Nutley und Montclair Golf Cluba will play
at Nutloy.
Thoncek'a contest for the two special cups
will end to-day nt tho Larchmont Yacht Club
links. There will bntheu9unl matches tor the
Juno cups nt tbe Essex County Country Club
and Country Club of Westchester, and at the
Queens County Golf Club thoro will bo tho semi
iinal competition for tho It. L. Imtt cup. The
June handicap for both the women and men
elavcrswill bo hold at tho Now Brunswick Golf
lub.
!Yw Clubhouse at the snox Links.
Lenox. Mass., Juno 18. A now clubhouse has
been built on the Lenox links. It la 35 by 50
feet, one story high, and colonial In design. Tho
location Is very sultablo for an inland club
house. Tho slto is about 300 yards from the
cntranco to tho grounds. Tho front ot tho
building overlooks tho homo holo and starting
tec. Tho veranda in front commands a view of
tho entire links and a picturesque landscape,
dotted with small artificial ponds, cultivated
llelds. and grating land, with tho Yokun hills in
the distance.
Approaching tho clubhouso along a v,cll-kcpt
path, tho visitor may enter tho building by a
broad stnirwny to tho veranda. Tho main en
trance is to tlio ofllcc. Opening from this room
to thu right and left uro tho men's and women's
dressing rooms. Thcso rooms aru fitted up in
hardwood and contain lockers on three stiles.
Shower rooms and wash rooms adjoin. In the
rear of the olilce is n repair shop.
K. II. Nichols of Cannes, France, has been en
gaged as instructor. Ha arrived at the links nn
Memorial Day, Tho link have been Improved
by tbe removal of some trees nud thu greens
hatu been enlarged. TheoiDcenof thoclubure:
President, William ll. Sloanei Vice Prealdcnt, H.
Ilowland Kobblns: Secretary, John E. Alexandre:
Treaaiirer, Joseph W. Dunleni Executive Committee,
Carlos tie lleredla, David W. Illahop, Jr., B. ilowland
Bobbins, William D. Bloane, John E. Alexandre, Joseph
W, llurdent Ureona Commute,, Joaeph W, Burden, 8.
Ilowland Bobbins, David W. Bishop, Jr.
Cricket.
IlltiniiTON, England, Juno 18. The Gentlemen
ot Philadelphia won tholr first English vlotory
here to-day by defeating Sussex by eight wickets.
Tho homo batsmen mado a groat effort to cut
down tho big lead of tho Americans, and l'rlnco
Hunjltsluhjl, V. Xuwham, nud G. Brann all ex
hibited splendid form. J. A. Luster of tho Amer
ican team ugnln showed his liking for English
bow ling, tvhllo A. M.Wood also did hla share
Tlioscoro:
OKNTI.EME.V 0 PIlILADELrmA.
Fxrtt innlnry. fccond Inning.
O. B. Patterson, o. Butt, b.
Bland IbBland 4
A.M. Wood, b.Tate 10 b.late 48
J. A. 1-ater, b.Tate 118 Not out Bt
L. Riddle, r. Butt, b.Tate 81 Mot out 1
J. II. Ulug, c. RauJItalubJI, b.
Tate Brl
f. t'oatn. ti.Tats I
y. W. Hilaton, b.Tate It
II, I. Clurk.l. li. w., b. Bland.. 1
II. P. Bally, o. Dean, b. Tai ... u
y.. M. Crcgar, f. ilutt, b. Bland.. 0
1'. It. Clark, not out 0
Extras B Extras 8
Total 81B Total B3
BUU3KX.
Yraf Jnnfncr. Htoond Inning.
Marlow, c. P.II.CIark, li.Klng. fl b. Rally 10
W, L. Miinlock, b. King ..,, 3 o. bub , b. King... 1
K, B. Rnujiulubjl, b. Ulng.,,, 0 e. II. L.Clark, b.
P II. Clark.... 74
CI. Brann, e. Kalaton, I). King. 10 a Wood, b. KJug.41
W. New Uaui, u. Diddle, b.Cro-
gar 0 b. Klnar 87
Vine. b. King 4 b. King 8
Kllllck, c. llalitou, b, Cregar. 7 cKlug, b.Oregar, 4
Bean, not out , B b. Kins 88
Butt, b. Kin: 4 li. Kins 1
Tale, I) Kllof 0 li. Klug 8
Itlauil, c, Uludlo, b, Cregar... 1 Not out 0
Kitrul B Extras A
Total 48 Total 881
HUNS AT TIIR FALL Or EACH WICKET.
riasT Italia,
Philadelphia 10, 88. 00, 187, 188, 100, 807, 807,
818.810,
bu.aei 10, 10, IB, 17, 3), SS, B7, 48, 4B, 48,
bxcosu LSMsa.
Sussex 13, 82, 08, 183, 170, 17B, 888, SIB, 4B,
88.
Phlladelphla-18, 74.
lr Harrison stsplnlns tae Case of the Urook
Latla Bcbuot.
Dr, Csikee Harrtion, bsadmaitsr of ths Brooklyn
Latin School, ll quite augry over the action taken
agalnat bis acbool by tbe Long Island Interschoiat
tie Alhletlo League, when all baseball games played
by tbe Brooklyn Latin tem Iu tbe regular Cham,
plousblp aeries were thrown out because tbe latter
blared three outildera. Dr. Harrison writes to
lilt bid aud slates that the outildera war put ou
the leant agaiuit bli ttlihea and prnteii, and that
the oppoalug teania war duty notlded of the tact
In aurauce, lie further ataiei that tbe team's post.
lion la fuhy siplslned by the elecllun of H, 11,
Iterslng, the tusnsger of tbe Brooklyn Latin bciioot
team, aa President of the Loug island 1. A, L. for
Beat season
'.iSrkri'.ii.'arfair.-.iM nJ,!! r,iA,,T-rlliaiaii iiint'-'i' to t
JIEDOUJJf DEFEATS VIOIZAXT.
OfflcUl Table r tbe Mew Tarlc Taekt Club's
Race.
Tho Now Tork Yacht Club' flfty-sccond an
nual regatta, which was started before noon on
Thursday and In which tho competing yachts
drifted about tho lower bay until darkness shut
them out from view ot tho Regatta Commltteo'a
steamer, waa not completed until long after
midnight, and it wo after 2 o'clock yesterday
aftornoon before tho Regatta Committee an
nounced the official finishes ot the various
classes.
A feature of the drifting match was tho official
announcement that John Murray Mitchell's cut
ter Bodouin was timed from tho stakoboatat
11:33:00. defeating Percy Chubb'a big cup do
fender Vigilant by 1 hour 0 minutes and 43
seconds, corrected time As a matter of fact,
this result is anything but a Waterloo for t he
noted IlorrcsboH sloop, as sho clearly outsailed
tho old cut tor from stnrt to Ilulsh.
Tho Wasp defeated her nearest opponent.
Syre, by nearly threo-tiuartorsof an hour, whilo
L. J. Oallanan's sloop Eclltmo crossed tbo finish
lino nearly two hours behind tho wlnnor. The
Colonla captures her class prize, and in addition
wins the trophy oflcred for tho fastest time over
tho course Tho summaries as officially given
out follow:
SCHOONERS.
lapfet Corrected
Time. Time.
Yacht and Owner. Length, n. M. a. n. M. s.
Oolonla.C A. Poetley US.1S 11 14 8B 11 14 XtJ
Emerald. J. R. JUxwell.. .81.07 Did not BnUh.
SLOOPS CLASS O.
Vigilant, Percy Chubb 03.00 12 SO 43 18 BB 43
Bedouin, J.M. Mitchell.. ..78.53 11 33 00 11 00 10
BLOW'S CltUlaiNQ TKISJ.
Rellpne. I. J. Cullanan....88.0S 18 88 43 13 59 48
Waap. II. P. Llppltt 84.U7 11 00 11 11 00 04
Hyce. F. Jk. lloyt r.O.Mt) 1148 00 1143 84
Choctaw. J. 11. atronir .. .40.13 Not limed.
Norota. D. B. Burnhatu.. .41.30 Not timed.
Idarrhniont'a Hprlna llevattau
The yachting season of tho Larchmont Yacht
Club opens to-day with Its spring regatta. All
the flyers that are In commission have bean en
tered nnd Bomo spirited contests aro expected.
Among tho boats expected to ruuko their Initial
nppcarnnce In competition are the 35-footor Sur
prise and tho 20-footers Arancu, Moutnuk, and
irii-ii-
The Chicago flyer Vencedor, which was de
fented In tho international contest on Lake Erio
last year and hits slnie beeu purchased by former
Commodore II. M. Gililg. although entered
against Syce, Uvirn. nnd Gossoon, will not be
ready to race. Tbo list of entries are:
CLAHS B.
Jtoo ng 1 Racing
.Vo. Xawit. LenjtK I .Vo. A'aeia. Length.
B 8 Colonla. 83.13 1 11 7 EmeralJ
CLASS I.
D 1 Amortta 78.00
CItHS i.
J 80 Waap 51.1)7
CI.A83 K.
K 34 Ryeo 80.no K 37 TJrrra. 47.B0
K cncedor K 13 UeaajiKin 47. B3
n, tss l.
1-38 Norota. 41.01 I L Waneta.
L 13 Kldulon 41.70
CI.Ah-) M.
Jl 1 Acuahla I M-S0 Cymbra. 83.84
M S8 burprlse S5 08 Jl to Aklata 34.73
SI 71 Vorantll 1 11 IT MUucm 81.10
CLABS M (YAWLS).
L 89 Pannce 30 80 1..., bakana
11-7 Audux Bl.lBlM till Hdill
CLAMS N (SPECIAL ttd-POOl KIM).
N Bl Husme IN 311 Hen
N S VaqueroHI.. .. S US Wawa.
CLABS 1'.
P 4 Arawam I P IS Nameless
P 08 Vaquero . .. (Juantuck
CLASS Q.
Q 17 Aranca 1U.70I.,.. Mnntauk..,,sn nn
(J 34 bhork IU.iiiI .... hktte VO00
0 Aithore SO 00 .. Kenca SO 00
CLASH H.
R 18 Volung SS 80 IS 11 Dorothy 8B.B1
B 41 QuPVIva 80.80 I
Gl.tSS T.
T lIBFdwlna, SI.-. I IT-81 WnorI)ae.8n,7S
T-187 0ndana 80.01 t 13 Ktiiel 81.40
CLAS3 V.
V Mlnnetonka
Yat-litlna Keni Trnm (-ty Island.
Citv Island, Juno 18. Tho following yachts
passed hero hound cnsl:
Bteamera Watienu, Fn-derlek Oerkent Rival, Prank
V. ChryitletPunJaub, P. T.. M. Maturyi Nnnda. Henry
Walters, K.telyn, J, it. liegeman. Jr.: Orltnla. F It.
J .arte w; Frcelauce, P. A. bchcriucrlinrn: Allecu,
Itloliard Btevena.
bchnouers Colonla. Commodore Clarence A. Post
leyt lutfomar, J D liarrelt. r-hamrcK-k, lircseott Hall
IlulleriKnieral'l, J. Ropera Maxwelli Southern Cnia,
Vloe ComiiHHlore John V Phillips.
Hlotins Wasp. II, l', and R. L. Llppltt s Byce, Fred
erick M. Hoyti Nomta, D II. Durnliam.
Hater Hero, Ralph N, Klllat Waive, James A,
Ptlllmani Vainiero Hi., Herman It. Duryeai Muime, J,
M. Ma Doiiough
Ya I Huron, Rear Commodore Edward 8, natch.
ThostenmeraCoranlr, Commodore J. Plorpnnt
Morgan; Vision, F. II, Benedict, and Cosotte,
O. A, Tntuio, passed westward.
Thn schooner yacht l'rlsrllln, Jntnrs Gnuldlng,
was laiinrlicd from ltnlilnstin's yard and will go
Intocommiealnn on Bntitrdnv.
Tho sloop Broiirlio, Jlatk Hnrtloy, will lento
hero to-night for Now port, Tho rater It terrain,
Nowbury I). Ijtwton, arrived hero this afternoon
from Bay Ridge, Hhowns hauled uut at I'lep.
grns's yard to lm tloancd and pulutrd, Tlio
fchooncr yacht Viator. Albert J. Murgun, left
bore this aftornoon for Ijtruhruoril.
lVheellug ulrs.
A meeting of the rtsckeniack Wheelmen will be
bald nn Monday nlsbt.
Tbe bicycle riders In the Eaitcrn ntttrlct, Brook,
lyu. will bold a lantern parade on July 14.
The Defender Wheelmen nr Brooklyn mil bold a
century run to t-atchngii" a-nt return on July I.
Tne Alpine Cvele Club of this elty bai elected
the following oflloersi Preaideut. Thomne Quieten
Vtce.Ireatr1ent, Samuel llurrowe: Bcerstar). Her
insn J. Bruna, Jr.i Treaiurer. J, 0. Anderioni Cap
tain, Ralph Wallncei Lieutenant, A. Volts. Color
Hearer. A. Valentine.
The Dayeuae Uowlnr AsncUtlop Whoelmen will
hold a century run to I'lalnBeld aui return to-itor-row.
Tt.a Union Cycle Club of Patenon will hold a race
meet at Clifton on July 3. The rare, wli tie open
to amateur ndera only, Tho oieuta lueiuoe- One
mile novice, one mile open, half-mile open, one.
and a half. mile tandem hatiilleani nne-and-a half
rnllf) handicap, tbree.quarier-uillii handicap, uue.
and-a-half-mllo Paiaale county cbaiuplnuOilii. I'll
tries will eloie on June 3B ttttli Jainea C Ilrown,
BBS Kail Elchtrnnth ilreet. Pateriun. N.J.
The rnad omcera of the Yorkvllle Wlitelmen liavo
arranged the following club rum: Jena 80, River
Fdse: 87, Llvlngitom July 4 aud 3. Prldgriurti 18,
Baa Cliff.
Charlea lladfleld will ride a mile aralntt Iho Btate
rscnrd at the raoes of iho Alalania Wheclmeu to b
held at Waverlv today.
Thn Harlem Wheelmen "III hold a race ineel at
alaiihsttsn Ileal li on Haturday, July 10. Tne fni
iowimt laces have tieeu arran di Amateur Half
mile novice, one mils open, one mile bandloan. one
mils tandem. Profestlonal flair mile handicap,
one mile mieu, Entrlea win eloan nn July B wltb
Robert U. Uorrlsoa, 81 Wast Jllib atreei, clu,
MumiVT il Bm i i tm i i fk m, I I i, I i .1 I lliil 1
NEWS OF TUE WHEELMEN.
XICIIAET.'H ClIWAT FEAT AT TUE
C1IA11LES HirXll FA.IIK.
(plendld raola by a Triplet Helps the Uttla
Welshman ta (Tln-rnspeeU fbr tiood
Iteade Te-Morroiv Cooper Defeate Bald
tUelnST on the lladaoa County Beatevard.
Tho flttecn-mllo match race between Jimmy
Michael, tho diminutive Welshman, and Eddie
McDufTto ot Boston nt tlio Charles River Park
track, Boston, on Thursday, Introduced a now
stylo of competition, which Is destined to bo
como popular. Tho two men, In addition to
creating now world's competition records from
ono to fifteen miles, furnished ono of tho most
exciting races ever witnessed In this country.
From a standing start, each had over thirty
pacemakers. A woll-known rider who witnessed
the raco commented on tho Btrugglo yesterday
to a reporter of Tub Bck as follows:
" Michael won the raco hnndlly, but McDnfHe
furnished as game a struggle as was ever seen
on an American track. The raco was a wonder
ful test of speod and pacing. Michael's victory
was clean cut, and, while many persons declare
that McDuflle loat tho race through poor pacing,
thoy misjudged tho contest. It Is truothatMc
Dufflo led up to tho thirteenth mile, nnd that at
this stage a nilsundorstandtng with his pace
makers enabled Mlchaol to plok up a lend of
forty yards, but, nevertheless, tho forelgnor
was riding easy and would have won out on tho
sprint. The foot that Michael took a bad fall on
Wednesday and was woll shaken up does not
seem to bo considered.
' It was proven In the raco that" the triplet
machines are best adapted for pacemrtklng.
The riders of thcso machines carried the two men
along much better than the tandems, 'quads,'
orsoxtets. Tho big machines aro faster while
well undor way, but aro hoavlcr, demanding
greatorwork on the part ot their riders, and
easily tiro ont their crows. It seemed to me
that Loughoad, McLeod. and Kennedy should
rccelvo the credit of bringing Michael through
In tho condition ho finished. This trio did eomo
grand pacing. For McDuflle Frank and Nat
Butler. Coleman, Gatoly, and Moshor did excel
lent work. McDuOle killed his pacemaker at
ton miles.
" Before the eventMcDuffle declared he would
ride rullo for mile In 1 minute nnd 57 seconds or
bettor. Ho kept his word admirably. Michael
had more pacemakers than McDuOIe with tho
result that his men enjoyed moro rest at short
intervals and were fresher at each pick-up.
The average tlmo for the race was 1 minute
and SO "-3 seconds for tlio mile Michael
rodo a 112-Inch gear and McDuffle a wheel
geared to 00 Inches. A remarkable feature
of tho struggle was the absence of accidents.
Tbe race was for a purse of 11,000 and a side bet
ot $250. Of this amount tho winner will not
socuro such a big share, as Michael' pace
makers could not hare cost him loss than $23 a
man and expenses. There were 14,000 paid ad
missions, which Indicates the Interest mani
fested In Bach contests. " I am convinced that a
new field of long-distance racing will now open
up In this country. Tho best men for this work
In America to-day includo Michael, McDuflle,
Tesna, Titus, Iladlleld, and Btarbuck."
Tho reports received at the L. A. W. head
quarters yesterday of the condition of tho roads
on convenient runs from this city indicate that
wheelmen will find good riding to-morrow. The
road bulletin issued by Secretary Bull is aa
follows:
.New York For twenty miles north of West 188th
street the macadam and dirt roads are in exetllent
condition. Reports from Uarlem and Westchester
show the thoroughfares to be In nne abape. The
asphalt strip ou Westchester avenue la now Ontabed
and open for use. TI e roads for a mile out of West
Karma are slightly rough. On to ths Sound and Pel
ham Ray Park the i-ldtux oannot be better. Around
Cornwall-on Hudson, Elleuvllle, Hastings, rfaver
straw. Mount Vernon. New Rochelle. Nyack, Peeks
kill. Pelham Manor. Port Jervls, Sing BIng, Tarry
lon. West Point, and White Plains the roads are In
splendid condition.
Long Island The macadam roads In Brooklyn are
In good order. The Shore road from tbe cycle path to
ward Sbeepshead Hay la still under repair, and alio the
Naaaau crossing on Fort Hamilton avenue. Macadam
roids at Fort Hamilton are Bne. Thoae through East
Iiort, Far Rockway, Cllen Cove, Long Island City,
Northinirt. RockTiile Centre, Sea CUff and Whitcstone
are In good shape.
New Jeraey The rosde in ths vicinity of Elisabeth,
Englewood, Lakewood, Newark, Orange, Plslnfleld,
Rahway. Roaelle. Shrewsbury, Trenton, Weber, and
WestBeld are good.
Maten Lland. The Richmond Terrace and Shore
road, are fair. Tbe Amboy and (Ireenridgo roads ore
excellent. The Shore road between llaruicr'a Harbor
and Port Richmond Is being repaired.
The first annual twenty-flve-mlle handicap
race over the Hudson County Boulevard will
tako place on July 0 under the auspices of the
Niantlc Wheelmen ot Jersey City, ltoad racers
me looking forward to this ovent with consid
erable interest. The Boulevard Is noted for Its
excellent surface and the nheonco of any steep
hills. A scries of now road records will, it is
Tiredlctttl. 1h) created. Tho New Jersev cluha
hatu advocated the use of the Boulevard for the
annual twenty-tlvo-mllo Decoration Day road
rnce.but the Associated Cycling Clubs of this city,
Drookljn, nnd New Jersey havo persistently dis
regarded all Invitations to hold tho event there
Tne courso selected for the race on July 5 is flvo
miles long, with the start and tlnlsh at Union
Hill. The Boulevard Is 120 feet wide, with no
obstructions.
I'TiCA.Juno 18. Tom Coopor won tc-dav In
the half it lnllc, open, blcyclo racp, Eddie Bald
w.is socond, it foot ttack, and Al Nowhouse. who
struggled in hohind tho pair, wna t hint. Six
good men wero bark of tho throo, scattered down
tbo homestretch of tho tine hulf-milo track at
Utica Park, llald and Coopor had as pretty a
lutttloas was ovor soeu. Bald wus at the pedal
of Cooper ull tho way down tho stretch. Bald
protested Coopor after the linisli, doclaring that
he was ruu wido down the stretch. Referee
llntcheldcr saw nothing out of the ordinary
about tho Unieh. except tho positlonsof the men,
for Cooper liits bo.iten B.tld seven times in the
eight races In which they havo met. The
htory of tho raco is easily told. Jenny was
back of the pvickmnkor. Cooper second, New
house third, and llald fourth, the others strung
out. Jenuv nude tho Junto, Cooper rounded
him, and Bald went past Nowhouse to tho side
of Cooper, 'lheruco started right hero, with a
wide, smooth homtutrctrh and a wind nt the
back. Cooper won In 1:01 2-5. In tho ono-mllo
handicap Nowhouse, Bald, nnd Jenny flashed
over the tupe, barely six inches separating them.
Tho summary:
Half a Mite, Open, Professional Won by Cooper,
Bald second, Newhouse third. Time 1:0 1 8-8.
Oua Mile, Open, Amateur Won tiy Ray Dawson,
New York A. C.il. A. PohsII, New York A. C. sec
onds Georgo K. Tunulclltr, Rlcbfleld Springs, third.
Tlmo, 8:llIS-3
TwnMllea, Handicap. Amateur Won by Rav Daw
son, scratch. 1. A. Powell, scratch, second: R. A.
Miller, New York, no ysrdi, third. Time, 4:80 l-s.
One 3!lto. Handicap. Profealonal Won by New.
hoiiMe, 10 yartls, Raid, acratch, socond! Jenny, 70
yards, thlrdi Crooks, 100 yards, fourth. Time,
8:13 8 8.
RODTES.
I J Krame. -To wheel to Washington, D. C., go to
tlie Hattety, take the ferry to Hi. George, 8. Li tako
tbe bhore road to tbo Cllftou station, tottm Richmond
road, to New Dorp, to Tottenvlllui uros the ferry to
Perth Amtoy and tako tho Metuchen road four
miles , turn to the left to Woo-1 title. tothuNuw Bruus
ttlekroad, through Uonbaiuton. Plscatawa, and New
Hruuiilck eruaa bridge to Aloany street, toFrank
llu Park, to Kingston, crou bridge, turn to the leit to
Prlticttunt after paaalug college take right fork to
I.atvreneevllle, to tit Trenton pike, to Wurren street,
to Treutoui eroaa hrM.e to Jlorrlavllle, turn to the left
to RrNtol Pike aud turn to the right toTulljtottn to
IirUtol, l'u.tcoutluue through Kraukford-ou-Plke to
lMillalelphla. follow Laucaiier piko to Ardmore,
Hryn Mawr. Wayne, Dovun, Paoll, West Chester and
t-ugcr'd Hllln taku ttio old Braudywlne road to
Cliadd'i Ford i crtMa bridge to Double llrtdge and turn
to the left to Wilmington. Del tcontlnue to Red Lion,
otcrbuiiunlt UrMgo tuMlddletowu to Warwick, Md.i
continue to Cecllton aud Fredrlcktotvn: crosi the
haa.afras Rlter to (leortietow u, to oaleua,
Laucuter flrnvc, I.ynch's, Hulmvltle, Willis Cruas
tlu.idf. Kalrh Lib and Tolchealer. take the steamer
to llallliiiore, follow- llulllmun street to Frederick
turnpike to lefl fork In Cuutontllle toEllli'ot Cltj
rrnas the Putom.ic Itlterand ou -fourth mile uut tako
tllil fork to t oliiMllila, t'larkatllle, nud Illglllaildil
from tlio Patutint lilt, rand two mil, a out take the
left fork to Snutly Hill; continue to ReUle, to the
hpeiiiervlllo roa I to I'oleatllle, Slelgo, llrliititttood,
und Wtuhlligttin ThodMaucc U abuut 887 miles.
O K n -Iu rin- to Se.i cmr, L. I., go to East
Thirty fourth street ferry and eroai to LonnIaUnt
t'lly k'o to Hordi n ateiiue, to Jackson ateuue to
1-dialling! routluue lo Ilsyalde, llouclsaton, I.lttlo
Ncik l:,i.lu. i,r-euvale, Olcu Head, nud beaCIHT
J, llutliaelilld A route to Newport. R. I, li pub
lished In Tin. bus tliU mornlu,-. Thu dUtancols about
L''i mllca
tteorKo II. Chac To ride to Boston, Mass., pasting
lliroug-h houth Noralk. btaiurord, llrldgrport, New
llateii, Ilurtfonl, Hint Sprlnullelil, take iho routu to
Nun port, 11, 1 publlalied Iu fug Sua this morning, aa
rarkiNen llutt'tii then take Htato street to North
Haven In Hit. eyrie path to Hartford: cross the rler
tu K.i-t liarlfonl; lako Main alrert to Warchoum
I'olut to hprlulleldi fnllon west liauk of tbe river tu
Hull nke uiideroaH to the east sldi-of be river through
tiiuth llailley Falls, houth lladley, iiranby Four
formm, tirauby Centre, lielclivrtonu, mitt KnfteMi
go totireetiulehtowu, tlreeimleli vlllsae. llardwlek,
lurnaiti vlllsrfe. North HrookBeld, llllladaie. Bpeuoer,
ilctater, an 1 Cherry Vallu ,paaa tliruugb Worcester,
blirew.tiury. Nurtbboro, buutliburo, houth Farming
tou. Nathk, WclUle, sn I Newton Inver Fall to
Ni wiou t'eutrei toutliiiiii punt t heituut Hill Reser
tolranil Ilrlgbtuu to IKmioii
i: h, K -In riding lotijUer Hay, l I , by way of
Mm It iccnnd alnet fury to College Point, go to
HuililUK. lljyalde. II luglattnu. Little Neck, Roslyn,
(in cut ale, tedar bwaiiiji, auil Locust Valley to Oyster
Pay
I. A W . 1811 444. To ride from nroodway, Brook,
lyu to Mniitrale, N J , crots to ttio Last Twtnty-lhlrd
street ferr to Ttveuty fourth Uriel, to LeAluston
avenue, In Teuly alith street, to Msdlmn areuue,
to Hft elghlli airent. to hlghtti avtnue, to the Route
tan), loMsntiattau atitet, in the Fori la-e ferry: cross
to Fort 1.00 to the llaikuiaaek turnpike, to U'onla, to
the rut Niek rna I to 1'i-aNeik. to Wtat riigleHOod,
to Hi rui utelila, hehrstileuburg. Iluworib. iraukfort,
Cloiter. WenoiHl, HllUlule, WooilelllJ, 1'ark Rldbc,
and Montvale
Coualuut Reader In riding from lbs Brooklyn
brUUe tu IrvJiigton. N. Y., go to Chamtiers street, to
Wiat Ilroadnat. to Hudaon street, to Eighth avenue
to Flf ly-nfulh slroet, to Central Park j from that txiUit
wfcam.at,i,w'am'..."...A"e i' '. ,','ff 'j f ir"- TinT-'-'
jgporlgntnn'a (StroflH. wmnMrmto. f
Crescent Bicyclss, '
ESTABLISHED REPUTATION
The buylnij of a bicycle Is a nutter of serious Importance. All mr ate i
pleasure In cycling depends on your wise cliolcc. In choosing the Cict
you run no risk. The uninlinous testimony of Crescent purclnsers-:o,iM MU)
of theni In 1896-should convince you tliat Crescent quality has no superi ji i,
Western Wheel Works
c-!fS.7.,!Evtr,v,her. 36 Warren St., New York &,
nSPAAkLDTlV
When stamped on Athletic Goods and
? Bicycles means J
jSpaldingBicyclesj
$50
f New 1808 models. Men's, B0 Women's. tBO. I
1BU7 tires and Christy Saddle. Spalding's guar-
J antee. Bold on Installments.
5 Men's Bicycle Clothing
) itsf if OLF.HCVrl.K BUITH. boil of
Sa I ll I matoriaL box bottoms, sewed with
1 sfltJeUl1 silk, worth $18.00. C
S Fine well mado UICYCLKNI'ITB, Ts aw f C
t formerly B.0B. While they last Jh,ti) (
P m'V'r' nicvci.it nitEKCIIICBthatwere )
S Sk I 'l $3.00. IIICVLXn COATS that S
I PliaWU were $7.00.
Bicycle Ureeches at halt price l $1.25, $2.00, J
$2.50, SB.OO, t'J.BO. S
f Oolt llose, fancy tops, from 25c to $2.80. C
A.6.Spaldlng&Bros.Spaldlng-BliIwellCo.(
1JS-1B0 Nassan Bt. ) 29, 81, S3 W. 42d BL S
:'g6 MODELS. :
I Still a few left, 25 and J
', ; 27 Inch frames and double J
; diamond tandems. ;
PRICES ARE :
;. DESIRABLE.;;
We have a small quantity of new J
;!$100 machines of another make!;
; which we will close out at $35. ',
' ; '97 models for rental at Harlem )
1 - Store, 135-137 West 125th St
i OPES SUNDAYS. J ,
Band BE. 42dSL. near 3th Ave. '
, b7 BonlevanL ,
BROOKLYN.
' 1 1 84 Fulton bt,. near Bedford Ave, '
471-47S riatbuah Ave. ;
TO .ENJOY CVCOalKG
buy a good wheeL Don't pay $100 when you can buy
CRE9CEXTS roll BSO.
There I nothing better. Easy payments.
A. n. TOimaicaD.
83 John St., near Naaaan
CRESCENT BICYCLES.
A few drop frame 0A modela at a aacrlBoe.
SUITABLE FOR OIRLS, MISSES. OR WOMEN.
Bole agent for Hughes Adjustable Fhag Holder.
KA8V PAlVtltMtl.
Torn ttam.
B8 BARCLAY ST.
take the route to Tarrytown published In Tmt Sex
this momlng as far aa lrvlngton. The dlstanco la
about twenty-four utlea.
John Conrad. To ride to Rutherford. N. J., erosa
Cortlandt street ferry to Jersey City and go through
Kjtehange place to Hudson street to York street, to
!lenderon street, lo Mercer street, to the Hudson
Couaty Boulevard, to tbe Newark Plank road, to
Nswark: follow Kearny avenue to Arlington, to
Cromwell aveaue, to Klngsland aud Rutherford.
Bernard Dean. In tiding to High Bridge. X. J., take
tberoutoto Rutherford published In THS M'S this
mornlnc as far aa Newark, fulluw bprlugneld avenue
to lrvlngton. MUlburn and Bprinpneld: continue to
Rcotcb Plalua, New Market. Hound Rrook. Boraervllle,
White Houae, Ibanon, Allendale and High Bridge.
II. W. P. To ride from Urookljnto Illgh Br.dge,
N, J., take the Annex ferry to Jersey City, and from
that point follow the route to High Bridge published
In Tnr bca thla morning. The roads are in good con
dition. AW Smith. In riding from Long Branch to Tuck
erton, N J., go to Elnerun. Deal. Aibury Park, llelmar.
Hiring Lake, Sea dirt, Manaaquan, Point Pleasant,
aud Lakewood; at tbe lake turu to tlio left, to Touts
Rlt er. to Cedsr Creek, Forked River, Uarnegat, Hana
hawktn, and Wat Creek lo Tuckerton The roadi
are In good condition. The dlitanco la atiout 83 mllea.
W. W.O. Toride from Atlantic niKhlanda to As
bury Park go to beabrUht, 0,-canport. Long Branch,
Eltvron, Deal, and Asbury Park, The distance Is
about IB miles.
S, F The dlitanoe from thli elty to Atlantlo City
oter the route you apeak of Is almut 183 miles. You
should suit your own convenience for a stopping
point,
C. P. Welah. In riding to Croton Kails, passing
through White Plains, go through Central Park to
llOin ilreet and Lenox avenue to 120th street,
around Mount Morris Park to Mrth avenue, to 1,13th
street, lo thu Madison Avenue llrulge; cross bridge to
lBBtb street, to the Southern Boulevard, to
Westchester avenue, to Weal Cheater: cross
bridge, take left fork, and keep to lert of Pel
ham road one znllat then turn to the left, follow
Prlbamrosd past City Island and Trat era Island to
New Ilocbelle: take tho turnpike to Larchmont. cross
bridge to Mantaruneck; follow Post road to Rye, to
tbe Boston road bouse, to the turnpike, lo Port
Chesler.tto Purchase, to White Plains; continue to
Harrison, Unlonvllle. pleaaauivlllu. Mount Klico,
Katonab. Ooldctt's Bridge, Purdy's, and Croton Falls.
W. 11 11., Brooklyn. In riding from Atlantic High
lands t- point l'lraaant. N. J., go to sealirlghl. Ocean
port, Loug Branch, Deal, Aibury Park, llelmar, hprlug
Lake, Bca Dirt. Mouiuauon. and Point Pleastut,
Central Market I. To ride from Pifiy.uluth atreet
and KlghtU aveuua to Nenpurt, 11. 1., go tlirougtt
Central Park to 110th afreet and Leuox avenue, to
Ivtitb alrei'ti around Mouut Morris Park lo Plfth.
avenue, to 133th streeti through 183th street to the
boutheru lioulevardi up tbe buulevard to Westeheiter
avenue, to Wtst Ct eater; eroa. bridge, lake lefl fort,
keeping to left uf I eih it road oua mile, and direct
iiait city lilsud una ..a .a ..land tu New Rochcllei
tske lurnplko to l-arrliiiuinl, to Mamaronrck,
and follow the Poat roa I through He tuthelloaton
roadbouiei take tho turnpike t Port Clio iter, tu tbe
llryou Rhcr bridge i ernas linage, follow turniilkeui)
hill, tsklug the Puat road through llrecnwii h lo Btau".
ford, to Darleui take the Shore road to Ibe aausatuck
Church, near iba railroad I follow ltlveralde uveuue to
the Weitporl drawbridge; crou to Southern, loPalr
fluid st.dllridb-eiKirti cross iho rlter aud tako the turn
iilkelromstrjifonl toMliford.toUerwIn's Polut.Weat
llaieu and New Ilaveu; go through Branfnrd, null
ford, Uudtiou, Cllutou, and SaybriHike; croai the
Conneeileut litter to I,iue Kerry, to l.j tne, Nlautlo,
Ornnlievllle, Jonlnnvllln, and New Iindou; take the
ferr a'r..aihe Thnines River to tiroton; ilien rldn
throiijih Myillo Bridge, hiomiigiun, Weuueie.iuwk,
and Utalvrly, It L: eoiitluue lo 1'atlier'a lllll. Ash
way, llopkliieoit flij.Woodvllle, Miainnvk, Kingston
statiun.blocumvllle.Bellvlllo to WiokfortliKOtlirniigb
kaatunfiiwlcb Apanaitg, Pawiusi t to Prntldrnwi
eroaa to Last Protldeuui, Rlteialde. Warren, and
lirlaloli cross to Brlitol ferry and direct tu Newport.
2. We know of no such law.
alir Curf.
Brooklyn Jockey Club
Races.
May 81, Juns 8, U, B, 8. 0, 10, 18, IB, IB, 17, 10,
O or llaeea To. Da) ul tlmo I. SI,
Biclal trains via L. I, It. R. direct to grand stsnd
Si!1" v" "'"rtoV.'-SS
from'llYo' AIVo'.'oT'i.ri'o'.'i'folf: ",,f bout"
uitooui.v.v ritiH.
.'ff.,m2?.K.LX.N.,,UII,,F-Tl lh av. Klovsted
and P. P, and o. 1. ll, It., about every 10 minutes.
u,e.MynoVn.'Ud t0T" bf' tUt '" t0m
cportitifl tSJmiTji,
VTIOAI, SJI'IMITISU CI.1III,
121th it. and till at. To-night.
MIKE SEARS VS. OSCAR GARDNER.
20 rouitds, uthur liouta. Admtaalon 30c.
ItofjjfjS, CnrriJiBW, t
A KIND, oi'IKT POSY, with cart; auy child can
dnve him, iuulre 423 Kail B.I I it
UAVINU good stable i aotomiiiodatlon In WoatotTai
ler county, u III board free tor the summer a
good hone, .unable for lady m ,r. Reply it nnti
W IL t KIMBALL, 1 UU Bl" ?.
ONLY A FEW g
DAYS REMAINING i
ON
OUR SPECIAL GUT i
TWO NIOHTS we were shipping Llim- f'.mou, ,fc.
storehouse all night to keep up with our i I. e
sat
The Tivmoiitlous Siircons Se
our Isst 10-Psy Cut has proved, )m ,i m id, m
eonsent of MtaSlLS. LUTllY tocontlnje i e alt of def
TheLuthy Wheel 5
$150, 1
CUT to SB10, .
tw
A Few Days More.
BXHIBmON ROOMS. fie
American Tract boclety Boildiax.
180 Naaaau Ht. Catalnrga pr
AUSTIN REMSEN. mailed on sr
EaiternAgenL apiliratloa. at,
IfE SELL X
I VICTOR BICYCLES, I
I; 1897 MODELS, t t
V, OX U JPATMBXT OP X cc
X AXD IS UOXTlILr FATUEXTS OF fl
$ $9.34. 7.
;; 9ioo list.) X n
J ' rrCJI OXE TEAJt'S QTTAKAXTEE. J it
i CALL OU WBETB m
I E. G. P. CO., i!
BOOHS 0(1 AXD 07, TJTJ3LD FLOOR, ', ',
29 BROADWAY, N. Y. a
! "it
i Saleiroom Opein SXonday Evening fc
Until 9 o'clock. ;
,s9KV SAWMEB." f ll T
g Installments: fS.OO down, I 1
SiOOO per month. Liberal allow- ( 1
n ance made for bicycles in exchange a t
A for 1897 Wintons. 1 j
Win ton Bicycle Co. j
1M Chambers B-resLN.T. A 1 t
m lOrand Circle nalrtSth 6t It.T. IAA i I
P ill Bedford Avenue. Brooklyn. JVi 1
Faitory, Cleveland, Ohio. (f!eaij te ,s I
I
Our announcement yes-
terday that Edward S. !
Edwards' 24-hour record 1
was made on our tires was
an error and was the re- !
suit of our being misin- ;
fonned in the matter.
New York Belting and
Packing Co.,
25 Park Place, New York.
nmCES REDUCED
Highest Quality Maintained.
1897 RAMBLERS S80
1897 IDEALS S35 tO S75
GORMULLY & JEFFERY M'F'G. CO.
HStl-1143 FIDHTll AV., NEAR S0T1I bT ' V
SS KLATllUbll AV, ISROOKl V
Lexington Cycle Co, 28 Vesey it., N Y
SYRACUSE BICYCLES,
ltiOO UODUL. I
TIIK II. II. KIFFK CO.. 883 UROAI'WAY 1
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS
Both for Cash and Installments
on Rest Line of Wheels Iti r.
bci.iimip, tni:i hTirx. Ainu-.
IMJltl'ItMlltXT. nnd I.I USUI It .
$29.00 UPWARD $21.00
OH RHiV TKIIIIS.
kl'MiHiits i.tts tii. or.
STEPHEN T. MOE,
aa ikv t., .-vr. ui ankiii ikh''-
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE. 1
l.aot) l.tllH-.ti AMI 4.tVrV. SJH " I
Guaranteed, Name Plato. llglime .i
mi ht in: hiii.ii Tint it wit.
ASlOlt Sil'KrlAW RKllUOtl) T 1
1807 I1K.1 UN, llKNIUIONH. KuUWtml I
Recond-tlsud Wlieela tr up. Jlllr llni, ) P- H
UK l UK l .11.1- I
NONPAREIL CYCLE CO., 10 Barclay si, I
Near 1'errles and llroadnay llaai
SiO Down - $5 per Month
yOIl Till". RKST snouiiKi:!, t
Special Inducements for Cash
SEVCRAI. HUNDRED OV llTIllll Mtl r T
I'ltlfKS TO M'lr KVr.HY 1-1 i.-l
I.KiauTU "ll i.i: t 41. . VII l ,v'
and l.utliuton av uud tllat at
TIIRIIU III IIMI I
1'owerful, lUht, Invlallile, and rellaMo nraks - I
Till: hl'ltX'KII lilt IKI'
(0ierutcs liy a turn of Iho a'lii
Can tm lltted In auy nhtel, olJ or li. w 'r m "
through your dealer.
Call or v, rlto for particulars
TIIK Kl'KKCKK lllUICr. fli, tIJUllr. a.lwa' " .
Crescent Cycles
J. till 1 VtlMCH.
NT.IIIII ttllKi:i, 4 II,.
ailil N, Hlld LesliiKlull tta,
?Xt'IIAUE)oiiriiiisllatai'liiry "feme r a
Ul WllKKl.hlt lti:i')KH hADDLE on. ' "
on, ntit to atradillt heud atalup f ir cat a t
eall at Vtt West llroad way, K. Y,
riMRKS, tialr. bait 'W7n full warrant, .11 t ale
lUXU RUlJWtUOO., lUCliait. Agents wauvai
MiMiatiM1MJUMs(sM

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