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t 4 frHE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 1897. ' B
f I GOLFING AT SEABMGHT. B, AS XNQZI8II AMATEVJt OVIPLAY3 a! Z1T.B DOME MEN. fM W. S3. Stawart I a Fla Tit dager at tha 8"E loriham It. Aan.'e Club Be Make a jg'J Hew Heeerd or 8Tetyls Bower ana K Laroue Tla lar tha Ureas Scare rrlae, M, There waa 0010 (rood play by our own 'if' amateurs and brilliant Play by an eina- ih .' tsmr from abroad at tho opening o( the ' tanrnament at tbs Seabrlght Golf Club yes- 3i tarday. Forty-eight cards wero roturnod In 5 th preliminary medal round, with S. 1). i' Bowers and K K. L&rocquo, Jr., tied at eighty pi for the sold medal (or the best gross score. W. & O. Stawart, tho visiting amatour, Is handicapped M at plus two at his homo club, Lytham and St. K Anne's, England. Ho was third In the prellmt- AV nary round yesterday, with eighty-three. In the p4'r following round, howovor, nt match play, he IfJfc beat John Hold, Jr., the well-known Yalo man, Mi In hollow fashion, and modo a record scoro of tf- seventy-six. It was his first match In this pi country. M Those who started out with the idea that a Ef short course must be an easy one foundout their (?, mistake before the end; for, although Iron drives ; wer unusually numerous, tho links tested the Is . competitors' game at all points. A brook makes f ft' ' a fine basard on the first, sixth, and seventeenth t? holes, and at the 172-yard ninth hole It forms a tjk pool that makes a water carry of eighty yards :h neoessary from the tee. Turf banks are tho ob tf staolos on the other holes. The lino of play ?p Is narrow on the short holes and wild d ' shots are badly punished. Tho course Is :Jv on the banks of the Shrewsbury Hirer, j which, with the passing yachts and the vlllo K studded sand hills of the beach, form a pictu re resque background for tho links. The red coats flj and plaid stockings of the golfers yesterday Wl were somewhat Incongruous amid such mari fi time surroundings, but tho sailor hats and white &' dnck drosses of the pretty women abont the clubhouse were nautical enough to make k, amend. Some in this "gallery" were Mrs.E. ? It, Kalbflolsoh. Hits Alice Strong, Mrs. W. E. ; Strong, Mrs. Albert Symington, Mrs. Raymond fi Uoagland, Miss Grace Porter, and Mrs. Fred IL fe Porter, Jr. FV Bowera lost a ball on the fifth hole by a wild jl- drlre and was stlmled by a tree, after a long V drive, on the eloTonth hole The two mishaps p account for the two sizes on his card. Larooqu Be had thtrty-aeven going out, the best of the morn- Ft log toores, but he did not moke the homeward K'! holes quite so well. Held played consistently, J& while Stewart, who was seventy-five to tho sor- Iv enteenth hole, would easily have beaten KSJ, stghty only for getting badly bunkered I'g; on a siloed mashle shot that followed mk a One drive on the home hole. Edwards lb waa penalised a stroke by an act of his oaddle, Kyi who lifted hi ball by a mistake. According to B& the card Edwards turned In he tied with Kim- fj- ball for the sixteenth place, but the decision of m:i the Greens Committee, to whom he hod applied & for a ruling on the above point, dropped Ed- 0- wards Into the second sixteen, to play for the 3' Consolation Oup. Colgate, who tied with Hoag- Wtui land fori entrance Into the Consolation event, mji won tho play off. The scores for the preliminary miy round follow: fcl' arxTsmf wizo qualtjtxd. mS B. D. Bowers, Otsego ft, out - 3 0 4 o e t 4 4 -s( W la S 0 4 0 4 0 4 8 441 80 BpV .L.E. Larooque, Jr. Shtnnaooak mils KI bat 4 4 4 0 8 8 0 4 437 fcj In S 4 0 4 4 8 4 7 449 80 IS John Bald, Jr., Kaw Haven Eg. Out 4 0 4 0 4 4 0 8 887 MB la 4 0 0 4 0 8 8 0 440 89 V5i William O. Stawart. Baabrlght m-.l Out 4 0 4 0 8 8 4 4 487 t: In 4 0 0 4 4 T 0 i 8-40 88 K?' Out 8 0 8 4 4 4 0 4 4-88 p, Is 4 0 0 6 0 8 0 0 til 84 H& wnUam Bhlppan, Horrls County Wf; Out A 0 0 0 4 4 8 4 440 m& , la 0 6 4 0 0 a 4 8 640 89 K W. T. Gray, St Anlnw'e ; Oat 0 4 4 8 4 8 4 4 4-4 mh, la 4 8 8 4 4 7 4 4 6 48 88 B& O.K. Armstrong. BtaUa Island O. and &S.O- K oat 77!3 aooo464 4-49 K In 4 0 8 0 6 04 4-48 88 Bfe Alax. Iforun. Ardslay M m Oat 0 0 8 8 0 4 6 8 448 g la 8 6 4 4 4 0 8 8 44486 f-1 John X. Morton, SUtan Island Orlckat M:h Oat 4 8 4 0 4 4 0 4 441 Kr In 0 0 0 0 6 0 7 4 447 88 B! Janus A. Tynz, UorrU County SM-Vi' Oat 4 6 8 0 0 0 6 4 840 k In 4 4 4 0 4 7 10 0 4-4888 Hr-' W. D. Tandarpool, llorria Oonnty fe' out 0 6 4 0 0 8 4 8 4-8f II la 0 4 0 0 6 7 6 0 748 88 Wp-'. Dr. n. n. Curtis, Ardslay K Oat 0 6 8 7 0 4 6 8 840 m?- In 8 8 4 0 8 8 0 7 8 SB 88 E? ' n. P. Tour, Doltairol mt: Oat 7 8 0 4 4 4 8 8 48 i In 4 6 8 4 0 8 7 6 6478 Ht Batler Ames, Vesper Club, towetl Kf; Oat 4 0 4 7 4 6 4 4 01 Ms-;, In 4 6 7 6 0 0 4 6 8 47 80 fg)' Paul T. Kimball. Lakewood Wi:? Oat 0 6 4 6 8 8 8 B 844 Rf In.. 4 6 4 6 4 7 0 0 640 80 mmi. O0K80L4TI0H OUP bxiqiulxs. Bifei DancanEdwartlj.IkarlIaadow Ki OOt 6 4 8 7 0 0 7 8 444 jl, In- 4 6 0 0 4 7 7 0 647 81 K B- T. Eneeland, Jr., New Ilaven H'. Oat 8 6 6 6 0 4 7 0 444 & In 4 6 4 6 6 B 6 7 447 81 B J, T. Albaagn, Ji Korwood M0 Oat. 4 6 4 0 8 6 8 8 440 Kg In 4 8 6 6 0 0 0 0 761 61 C? Dasiat Chaunosy, Dyker Maadow S OOt 8 4 8 0 6 4 6 4 488 S, In 6 6 0 0 7 8 6 7 4-08 81 ; Walter TTataon, Jr., Seabrlcbt K: On 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 4-48 K In 0 8 0 0 7 0 7 6 460 89 B(l W. J. Travis, Oakland K? Oat 4 0 4 0 4 4 8 8 6-4 Kj; In 4 4 0 0 6 8 8 6 64884 K? W. B. Thurston, Horrls Count j Hi Oat 6 8 8 6 8 4 4 0 44 la 4 4 7 4 Oil I 6 70884 Kk IT. n. Lord, Shlssecock mil g," Oat rr.TS 7 0 6 0 4 0 8 446 gjr. In. 4 6 4 7 6 7 6 6 640 86 wVJ 1". E. nendarton, Norwood f Out 8 0 6 7 4 4 7 6 446 la 6 0 6 6 6 7 4 6 060 86 H; Albart Bymlngton, Saabrlrbt Oat 6 6 4 b 4 0 7 4 448 j?' In 6 8 0 4 4 8 8 0 6 18 (6 Bs It. Bbapard, Baltutrol H?. Oat. 4 7 6 8 0 7 6 8 448 H& In 0 0 0 4 6 7 0 0 6 48 87 m O.U.BamUton,Baltan)l Bif Oat 4 6 8 7 4 0 6 6 448 K. In 6 6 6 410 0 6 8 6-6487 K Beverly Ward, Jr., Baltuirol ;? Out 0 U 7 8 4 4 6 4 i flO K In 6 0 4 4 6 8 6 6 448 88 B)". WUUam Y. Itanh, Morrla County W& Oat..., 3 4 4 10 0 i 7 4 4-46 ' IB 6 8 0 0 0 10 0 0 6-68 88 b" Wylly Terry, Dyker Meadow s? Out , 10 6 6 0 0 6 6 0 448 Hi In 08666607 64888 BT Craig Oolgata, Naw Haven K"" Out.,.. 64066864 444 H. la 00860606 008 68 P; UlfrLAOED DIVISION. K' Baymondnoaglaad.Baabrigbt K Oat 60484404 046 K U 06466878 66881 B) Owlfht Taylor, Norwood '' Oat 08684444 680 K' In 60666068 860108 K Paul Cooke, BtaUn Island Ortokat Vj- Out... 4 7 4 7 6 0 0 4 8 01 K. In 0 0 0 6 7 6 7 4 81 108 M'i J. C. Powars, Dyker Meadow Oat 4 6 8 i 4 4 6 4 644 m In 7 0 7 0 6 7 8 0 7 58 108 Pred A. PotU, Baabrlcbt M'i Oat 4 A 8 0 0 0 0 8 444 Kf In 8 0 6 6 6 a e 10 4 OB 108 H;J J. P. Keilctf, Baabrltbt Out 4 6 4 7 4 4 7 4 6-46 Ift la 8 6 0 D 6 0 7 7 608108 't B.E. Adams, Beabriaht Hf, Oat 18 6 4 0 4 4 6 4 4-4 B V In 66660786 880-108 I r E. de P, Bbnmons, Norwood H.'f Oat d 6 4 t) 4 6 4 4 740 H la 0 4 4 6 8 6 8 6-84-10 H) J. S. Taylor, St. Andrew's fcC Out 8 7 6 8 4 8 7 4 6-68 BS In 4 6 7 6 0 0 6 7 661104 ftri A. W. Black, Lskawood rM' 0u 0 7 0 6 4 6 6 4 460 Iff In 66668067 666106 1 1 Bobart Graham, Seabrlght I. Out H 6 I 6 7 4 6 6 7-61 J In 4 7 6 6 10 4 7 7 6-86107 I? W. 8. P, Prentice, Scsbrlgbt Hj; Oat 4 8 6 6 4 7 6 4 4-47 Mj In,...,., 6 6 0 6 a 18 6 8 661108 $ A. O. namllton, Baltuirol eUl PU,,M 0 4 0 6 7 6 4 748 Wlil la 0 6 7 4 610 6 7 6-04-11 j-V W, 0. Common, Eeabrljbt mjl Out , 10 8 4 7 6 6 6 6 664 H B 40870 11 67 O-08-118 fr, Clark Usllsu, Westobtitar County Out 6 7 6 0 6 7 8 4 11-67 ft ,n 0 0 6 7 18 6 6 b-30-118 )! N, 8, Dike, Dyker Headow K Out.;.., U 0 4 8 4 0 7 4 14-67 E '" 6 6 6 14 H 8 1U 60 188 Ki Daring the .preliminary round the putting H& greans were almost too dry and fast, and the aaaaafi i"".wf ?,h "t It was dlffloult to out tin- bbbbtV der the ball on an Iron shoU A rainstorm early w la U6 afternoon put the turf in splendid condl- tlon for the match play, Stewart fnmlsbed the sensation In the first round for the Seabrlght Cup. Itecdwon tho first hole and halved the next two, but thereafter ho could not win a bole. 8towart has a full swing In driving that Is both beautiful and effoctlvo. lie used the deck with telling rower on the short holes yesterday, and, with the exception of the ono blunder on his modal play round, he wns deadly on Ills approach shots. He drove ovor tho water on tho ninth hole with a mashle and noarlv niailo the green. Stowart won by flvoupnttho fifteenth hole. Ho played out for n scoro and mado n new amateur record, which Is within two strokes of the professional record held by Willlo Norton. Ills card was : Out 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 436 In 4 4 4 6 6 6 4 6 440-76 Held, who Is familiar with tho play of Whig, hnni. tho nnmtcur champion; Flndlay, Douglas, and our best nmatcurs, say that Stewart is tho best golfer now In America. Ilowors, Q. W. Cur tis, and Armstrong mado their tlrst round n in thirty-six, but tho last two mot with defeat, both Morten and Gray outplaying them on tho longer holct. Morten and tihlppon were tied, the odd holo falling to tho utaton Islander, who Is rapidly Improving in his game. Larocque ocean poorly and was three down at the eleventh hole to Vanderpool, the young Princeton golfer. At tho seventeenth Larocquo was dormie. and, only for getting Into tho bunker in his approach shot, tho match w ould hnvu ended nt tho eighteenth holo. As it wns, It took thrco more holes tosottle tho tie, when Larocquo was ono up and happy.although dripping wot from tho thunder storm that had sot in. Tho cards wero: Lorocque Out..... 4 0 6 7 8 4 8 4 448 In 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 640-88 Out 4 4 4 Vanderpool Out 4 6 6 0 8 4 4 4 488 lu 4 6 4 4 6 6 6 6 44381 Out.., 4 4 8 Chaunrey did the mot brilliant work In tho Consolntion event, making his rounds In Bevcn-ty-nlnc. n thirty-six. nndforty-threo. Tho match play summaries follow: Seabrlght Cup First Iloundi n. P. Toler beat H. II. Curtli, by default) S. D. llowera beat Butler A race, Oup and 4 to playi W. O. Stewart beat Jobn Held. Jr., 6 up and a to playi W. T. Dray best O.K. Arm Irons'. II up and 1 to play; 3. A. Tynx beat V. T. Kim ball, U up and 8 to play: J. A. Morton beat W. Ship pen. 1 up. 10 holam Alax Morten beat O. W. Curtli, 6 up and 0 to plart L. K. Larooque, Jr., beat W. D. Van derpool 1 up, VI bole. Coniolatlon Cup tint round: Beverly Word, Jr. beat Craig Colgate, 8 up and 1 to playi A. Symington beat C. M. namllton, 0 up and 4 to plays n. U. Lord brat D. Edwards, 4 up and 8 to playi w. Watton. Jr.. beat r. K. Ilandenon, 0 up and 6 to playi W.J. Trarla lieat W. It. Thurston, i up and 1 to playi J. W. Albangb, Jr., beat 11. M. Shepard, 4 up and 8 to playi D. Chauncer beat W. Y. Marsb. 0 up and 4 to play i II. T. Kneeland, Jr., beat W. Terry, 8 up and 1 to play. CIIESS. Bade and TVormll Urates la tha Wamaal Tourney at .Loudon. London, July Z-Tho seventeenth round of tho international woman's chess tournament was played this afternoon, with tho following results: Fagan beat Stevenson m a PetrotTa Def eaca, artar thlrty.flTe moTea. The game betwoen Barry and Thomas, a French De fence, waa adjourned. aoodlng beat Vlnn by def aalt. Itudgo boat Hooka in a Centre Counter O ambit, alter rortr-Ore moves. Worrall beat Wauon In a From'a Gambit, after twenty-nine moTes. Tbegame between Fox and Sydney, a Sicilian De fence, waa adjourned. Tbe game between Eaohweg and Forbee-Sharpa. a Oluooo Piano, was adjourned. aleld beat Da la Vlgne in an Irregular Opening, after twenty -alx moree. BonneOn boat Hertsach in a PbUldor'a Defence, attar forty-eight moves. Tboroldbeat Muller-nartang In a Centra Gambit, after thirty -aeven niOTea. At the evening meeting the adjourned games wero played out, the results being as follows: Worrall beat Pagan in a Hungarian Opening after forty-four morea. worrall boat l"ox In a Centra Counter Gambit after fifty-four moTee. Field and Sydney drew a Sicilian Dafeno after forty-aoven moves. BonneOn beat Barry In a Buy Lopea after sixty movea. Pox beat Tboma in a French Dafeno after seventy two moves. Hertucb beat Budge In a Poor Enlgbta game after sixty-four mores. Tboniaa beat Mullar-IIartung In a Queen's 0 ambit declined attar Qftr movea. Budge and Pox drew a Centra Qamblt after aevanty more. Plaid beat Fagan In a PatrofTa Detane attar forty eight moves. Itudge beat Worrall In a Dutch Gams after elghty- tvtn mnv Sydney and Thomas drew a Queen's Oamblt declined after fifty mores. Tboma beat Porbes-Sharp in a King' Knight Oamblt after fifty-two moras. Tborold and Pox draw a Centra Gambit after sev enty move. Thomas beat Worrall in a Queen- Oamblt declined after f orty-nvo moves. Tbomaa beat Barry In a French. Dafeno after ninety movea. Fox beat Sydney in a Sicilian Dafeno after ninety four movea. Eachweg and Forbes-Sharpe draw a Olaoce Piano after forty-lght moves. Appended is tho standing of the contestants! JFTattrf. Ifon. Zott. PIars. TTon. Xoat. Barry 0"a 7s Ilooke 0 8 Bonnenn. 11 6 Muller-Hartung 4 18 Eachweg....-. 6 11 Rudge 16 a Pagan .....ll 6a Stevenson 1 16 Field. 11 0 Sydney 0a 7a Finn 83 18H Tbomaa 10 94 Forbes-Sharp-. 4 13 Tborold 18 6 Pox 0", 71, Da la Tlgne.... 8 16 Gooding 104 6u Watson 8 "a 7U UertxacL. 8a 8 Worrall ..18 44 Cricket. Bocwrxiiotrrn, England, July J. Tha American crloket team reaumed their game against Hampshire to-day In cold and disagreeable weather. On Thurs day the vltttora scored 392 and to-day Hampshire got another 11 runs. In tbe visitors' second Inning five good wickets nave fallen for 68 runs. They ore now 103 run to tb good, however, and the match Is ex pected to result in a clo and exciting finish. To ooro: arrruiru or rrm.sntr.nni. JVt Inning. SmotuI Inning, O. 8. Patterson, a and b. Light 88 a HeMlUne, b. Dowers,, ..,. Q H. O. Thayer, b. Baldwin. 11 e. Steele, b. Bow ers. 16 J. A. Letter, at. Bennett, b. Baldwin 60 b. Jleteltln 8 A. M. Wood, b. Andrew 47 o. Bennett, b, neteltlna,. 7 J.B.Klng, a Light, b.HlU.... 86 D. Hill 17 C.Coatee, b. Andrew 6 Not out 10 F.n.Bohlen, runout 8 Not out..,., IS E. H. Cregar, c Spans, b. neteltln 18 H. P. Bally, . Bennett, b. An dre vr .....18 F. W. Raliton, b. Andrew 0 P. II. Clark, not out. 0 Extra 18 Extras 11 Total 808 Total. i nutrsuinc B, A. Bennett, c. Clark, b. Bally ,. j p. A. Steele, b. King $ Barton, b.KIng 94 Capt. P. W. D. Qulnton, b. King i A. J. L. Iilll, 0. ltalston, b. Cregar 19 Major Biiuns, not out nn Andrew, b. Crecar 14 O. ileseltlne, o. Ulng, b. Patterson ia tight, c. King, b. Ilaily I!!!!..,.!! 4 Bowers, u. Klug 0 Baldwin, absent , 0 Extras 81 Total 55l Cricket Koto. Tli cricket team of the New Jersey A. 0. left last night for Toronto, where the metropolitan champions will play to-morrow and Monday, Their first oppo nents will be tbe Rosedale C. C, and on Monday they wilt play t he Toronto Cricket Club. Tho Now Jerseys hove selected a strong team for their short tour. Baseball dame To. Day. ruTioMi. Uiocs akd aMitaioix assocunoir. Boston at New Vorkt Brooklyn at Philadelphia! St. Louis at Cleveland 1 Cincinnati at Louisville Pitts burg at Chicago. usTxnx IX10UE. Wllkenbarr at Provldeucei Ncranton at Sprtngflaldi Byraouso at Hooursteri Buffalo at Toronto. aTLASTIO LXAOUI. Newark at Norfolk 1 Paterson at Rlcbmondi Lan caster at liartfordi Athletics at itesdlng, BSOOXXTS AMJLTEUn ASSOCIATION. Bt. Peter! vs. Worth A. 0.; Sydney vs, Bsolut. OTIIEB OAMXS. Orange A. O. vs. Montclalr A. O., at Orange Oval. Staten Iilsnd Crloket Club vs. Murrlstown Field Club, at Livingston, Yale ft Towne vs. Emeralds of Cathollo Protectory, at Stamford. Buburbana vs. Dskota F. C, at Crotona Park. Orltanl P, O. vs. Englewood K. C at Hackenaack. Hempataad vs. Volunlocr A. C, at llempstead, Derby vs. Waterbury, at Derby, Merlden vs. Torrlngton, at Merlden, Bridgeport vs. Bristol, at Bridgeport. Mount Vernon Y.M.C. A. vs. Ill venial P.O. Clan, at Mount Vornon. Ilayonno P. c vs. Woodbrldge A. A., at Bayonne. South Orajigu F. 0. vs. Mlspah A. C, at South Or auge, Cranford A, U, vs. Plalnrleld A. C at Cranford. .Mount Vernun Y, U. C. A. vs. lUvenld F, a, at Mount Vernon, Uaroersvillc vs. Brooklyn F, 0., at OarnersvlU. Boonton vs. Jerseys, at Boonton. Manhattan F, C. vs. Olyniplos, at Tottenvllt. Poclflo A. C. vs. Murray 11111s, at Jersey City, Mamaroneck vs. Dodgo A Oloott. at Mainaroneck, New Jersey A. C. vs. ittverslde, at Bayonne, Bay Hldge F, C. vs. Ainerstort. at Bergen Beach. Visitation Lyceum va. Brooklyn Police, Eleventh precinct, at South Brooklyn. West End P. C. vs. Cranford A. C. at Cranford. Williamsburg Ilcserres vs. Hsvemeyer A. O, at Wtlllauuburg A. A. grounds. Albany vs. Iloboken, at Albany. Arlington A, A. vs. Oenuln Cuban Giants, at Arling ton. Jefferson A. 0. vs. Osk F. C, at Newark. Uaeeball, Pale Ground, To-Day, BUS P, U. Nsw York vs. Boston 4dM, SABKBAU TB Mew Yorka and Breeklyaa Vail te Play Aoent ef Bala. Owing to the storm yesterday the game be tween tho New York and Bostons was postponed. The Brooklyn shared a similar fato at Phila delphia. Tho results of the games follow! Baltimore, 61 Washington, 4. Louisville, 4 1 Cincinnati. 1. Chicago, 7 1 Pittsburg, 4. Cleveland, 11 St. Louis, 1. ' At New York and Phlladslphta-IUla. TIK RCOORD. Pr Per Club. TPon.JTxMl.nnf. Clubs. rVon.Jxil.Cent. Boston 41 14 .746 Brooklyn IS 88 .47 Baltimore. ...88 17 .801 Pittsburg. ...80 t .478 Cincinnati. ...Bt 16 .004 Washington..! 83 .400 New York. ...83 81 .011 Louisville.. ..39 83 .400 Cleveland. ...10 7 .618 Chicago S 86 .880 Phlladalphla.l-3 80 .488 St. Louie 11 40 .188 BALTIKOXB, 6 1 WAXniKOTOS, 4. BiLTntoas. July . After they had lost tb game oa errors the onamplons Jumped on King In the lghth Inning and batted outavlotorr. Bowerman practi cally won the gam with his timely hitting. King filtoned treat ball for osven Innings and then went up a the air. Thoore: BALTtHOKX. WaSBIXOTOri. n.ln,r.o.A,B. B.lar.o.A.a. MoOrow, Sb.l 0 4 0 Brown. cf...l 110 0 Keelr,rf...,l 14 10 Selbaon.lt.. .0 1 0 0 Jennings, aa..l O 0 U Damont, ss..0 1 1 B 0 Kelley, fi.,.,1 18 1 0 Farrell. 0....0 0 8 10 Btensel.ct., 0 10 0 0 McOulre. lb.l 8 10 0 0 Doyle, lb.... 1 10 1 1 HelllT, BD-....0 0 8 0 0 Belts. 8b.... 0 0 18 8 Abbey, rf....O 0 10 0 Bowerman.o.1 8 4 0 8 Wrlgley,8b..l 18 4 1 Nops,p 0 10 1 1 Klng,p 1 0 0 8 0 Totals....."? "8 871 "rt Totals .....7 "8S3 10 T Kelley hit by batted ball. Baltimore 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 ..4 Washington 0 0 0 0 8 10 0 04 Earned run Baltimore. Two-base hits McOulr, Kelley, 8lbsch. Three-base hit Wrlgley. Home run Uowermon. Lett on base Baltimore, 6 1 Wash Ingtou, 0. stolen bates McUraw, Ketloy. Donbla plays Relta, Jennings, and Doyle: Jennings and Belts l KeelerandMcGrawi Kelley and Bowerman: McOraw and Belts. First bsse on error Washington. First base on balls Oft King. 4. Hit by pitched ball lly King, 1. Struck out By Nope, 3 by King. 1. At tendance 1.884. Tim hour and 10 minutes. Umpire O'Day. cbioaoo,7i rrrrssuBo, 4. CmcAao, July a. The Colts won the seoond game from the Pirates, opportune batting, a brae of errors, and base on balls caused the trouble. The score: auoAoo. rrrrssmto. R.lB,r.o.A.z. n.lB.r.o.o.B. Everitt, 8b..l 111 0 Smith, If 1 1000 McCor'Jc ss..8 0 8 8 0 l'tdden, 8b.. 0 114 1 Lange, cf....S 8 3 0 0 Lyons, lb.... 0 1 10 0 0 Anson, lb.. ,1 0 6 3 0 Davis, ef 0 8 8 0 0 Byan.rf n 9 8 u 0 Donovan. rf.O 18 0 0 Decker, lf...O 0 4 0 0 Ely. as 0 0 14 0 Connor, 8b.. 1 8 4 10 Donnelly,3b.l 0 0 11 Friend, p 0 8 0 0 1 Uerrltt. 0....1 8 7 0 1 Klttridga, 0..0 0 8 8 0 Uowley, p.,.1 10 10 Total.... 7 i 87 "3 "l Totals.... 1 io" 84 10 1 Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 ..7 Pittsburg 0 0 8 10 0 0 0 04 Earned runs Chicago, 8 1 Pittsburg, 8. First baa by error Chicago, D Pittsburg. 1. Left on bases Chicago. Bl llttaburg, 10. First bue on balls Off Friend, Ot off Uawley, 4. Balk Connor. Struok out By Uawley, 6. Three-base bits Byon, Davla. Two base hits Lyons. Msrrltt, Everitt. Stolen bases Long (8), Everitt. McCormlck. Connor. Double plays Anson and Friend! Ely, Podden, and Lyons, lilt by Eltchcr By Friend, 1. Umpire Shsrlaon. Tim 8 ours and 6 mlnntea. CLXVSXAXD, 18 1 ST. IJ5CIS, 1. Clxvxuxb. Juno 3. The Browns, exoept in rat Instances, played like schoolboys to-day, and Cleve land won another easy gam. Tit score! cixvrt.iro. ST.rocn. ., B.lB.r.O.A,B. B.lB.IO.A.B. Bnrkatt, If... 4 4 8 10 Douglaaa, rf.O 8 8 0 0 Chllds, Sb...l 8 8 4 0 Hallman. Sb.0 ' 0 16 0 Sockolexls.rf8 8 0 0 1 Uartman, 8b0 1110 McKean. u..l i860 Gradv, lb...O 1001 Wallace, 3b. 8 8 0 9 0 Lolly, If 0 001 Tebeau, lb..l 1 11 1 0 Cross, as 0 0 0 8 1 o-Conn'r. ef..l B t 0 0 flarley, cf...l 8 8 10 Zlmmir, C...0 16 0 0 Murphy.o..,0 10 8 0 Young. p....0 10 11 Hart, p 0 0 0 10 Coleman, p.. 0 0000 Totols....l8 18 8714 8 Totals 1 8 87 1 8 Cleveland 4 118 10 18 018 St. Louis. 0 000100001 Earned runs Cleveland. 0 St, Louis, 1. First bos on errors Cleveland, St. Louis. 9. Left on bases Cleveland, 10; St. Louis, S. First bsse on balls Off Hart. 8i off Coleman. 6. Struck out By Young, 6 by nart, 1 ! by Coleman, 1. Two-base hlu WaUace, Burkett, Sockalexls, O'Connor, Gradv. Stolen naaee Zlmmer, O'Connor, Uarley. Double ploys Chllds, Mc Kean. ana Tebeau ; Crow and Hallman. Hit by pitcher By Young. Wild pitches Hort li Coleman, 1. Um pires McQinty ana Donohue. Time 1 hour and 60 minutes. LOUISVIIXK, 4 1 CCICniKATr. l. LocavrxxjB, July 2. The cripples won from Clnoln natl to-day by bunching three hlu and good baso run ning la the eighth Inning. The score: cixcixxATi. Lotnsvrjxx. B.ls.r.o.A.a. n.l.r.o.A.m. Barks, If,... 0 18 0 0 Clark. It 1 B 8 1 0 Hoy, cf u 0 8 0 0 alcCreery.rr.l 10 0 0 Corcoran, 8b0 0 8 6 0 Plckering.cf.O 18 0 0 Irwin. Sb....O 119 1 Stafford, u.. I 1 A 0 1 Miller. rf....0 0 10 0 Warden, lb.. 0 a IB 0 0 Beckley. lb.O 1 0 0 I Dexter, 3b... 0 118 0 Bltchle. as.,.0 0 0 1 0 Wilaon. e.,,,0 1 a 0 0 Felt,e 1 10 8 0 Hocht, 2b....O 0 16 0 Bhlnet, p.,.,0 0 0 a 1 Evanaip 1 10 8 0 Totals.... 1 4 37 18 8 Totals 4 li 27 16 "l Louisville 0 0 0 0 10 0 9 14 Cincinnati 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01 First bos on errors Louisville, 3. Lett on botes Cincinnati, 7; Louisville, 14. Two-base hit Irwin. Three-baae hit Beckley. Sacrifice hlta Dexter, Mo Creery. Pickering. Double play Corcoran and Beck ley. Btolen baaes Ritchie, McCrcery. struck out By Bhlnra, 4t by Evans. 1. Hit by pitcher Hocht. First base on balls ortRhlnte, 7i off Evans, 8. Time 3 boura and 6 minutes. Attendance 776. Umpire Hurst, Atlaatte tVean. at Bicnxoxn, a. a. a. Richmond 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 86 B 8 Paterson 8 0 10 0 0 0 0 03 8 6 Batteries Brandt, Leaver and Fosteri Flaherty and Emlnk. ox xoaroLx itist oases. Norfolk. 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 ll' Newark. 4 0 118 8 0 9 013 18 8 Batteries Clausen, Wilton and Bnyderi Osttlx and A. Botbf uss. BXCOXD OAKB, Norfolk -,.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ol" 41 Newark 0 0 0 0 110 0 18 6 1 Batteries Bishop and Bnydari Cogan and J. Both fuss. AT BXASne. Beading .0 0 0 0 101 X-3i Athletic 1 0 4 0 0 0 8 8 ..8 14 8 HBatterics Lucia, UcUacklm, Kinssllo and Barckltvi Conn and Fox. ' AT BABTTOBn. Hartford 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 1-5" ' Lancaster. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 4 Batteries Fry ondBoachi BprogtL Togr and Went. atastem kieasvi. AT TOBOXTO. Toronto 1 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 00 13 B Buffalo 1 1000000 0986 Battertss Williams and Casey 1 Brown and Zohne. AT BOCBISTTX. BochesUr 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 t 8 a "li Syracuse 0 0 0 4 0 0 10 06 10 1 Batteries McForlond and O'Neill otullarkr and Bbaw. ai sramorixLs. Springfield 1 01000130 0-0 81 ? Bcronton 8 00000011 16 0 1 Batteries Mains and Duncan 1 allien and Boyd. at rsovrnxscB. Providence 1 0 8 8 9 0 0 010 10 "s Wllketbarre 0 OOOOOOOO 0 04 Batteries nodson and Dlxom O'Dall and Qondlng. New England Leagna. At Newport and rawtt'eket Bain. At New Bedford Brockton, 4 Nsw Bedford, 8. Other Causae. at cniCAoo juHcnox, o. Cuban XGlsnU.l 9 0 14 0 0 0 419 U Deerllcks 0 0 8 0 10 10 811 14 8 Ustteries Show and Wllllamsi Lawrtuc and Gauss AT UOlUtSLUraXB. HornslU 0 0 0 10 0 0 8 1 i" "o 8 Corning 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01 6 9 Botterlst Delaney and PotohUi Mullln and Moora, llateball Motes. The Murrsy HUIs and Auttrsltsns or arranging for a gome to be played at Manhattan Field. This afternoon's game at the Palo Grounds will be gin at Si48 o'clock. Meekln and Lewis will probably be the pitchers. The Atlanta Baseball Club of Jersey City would Ilk to arrange aainea with cluba offering a suitable guar antee. Address F. K. Daienport, 188 North street, Jersey City, The Wsvsrly A. o, of Willlomtbridge would like to arrange game with cluba whose players average 18 rears. Address August Blot, 66 Fourth street, Wli llamsbrtdg. On July 0 the Orange A. 0. tsam will play the Genu ine Cuban Giants at tha Orange Oval at 10:U0 a. M. Llfih?,f,truoon ,h,T will meal th Crescents 0f Philadelphia. PBiLAjJKLruis, Jul 8 A, violent thunder shower BKTent?dv.,'I eheduled gm to-dty between the 1'hlladslphta and the Brooklyn team. To-morrow two gomes wUl be played. Catcher Fred Lake Joined th Boston yesterday. Manager Bale ssid yesterday afternoon that four cluba were alter Lake. He had been playing with Kansas City, and he hod to offer a fancy DiioeWora ho wo obi to purchase the . eatobar't TtStESr K.Tnni?"ioni0h"ajrc5l?i,,''b''nl' asnutas Cu ban Giant and thefioboken Club wUl be decided to day oa tb grounds or th latter. It will also decld whether th Hobokan or tU Oara. agmotloasn thehomplonof Hudson coimjas musJ. Max! sad Burk will be la th Voiau lit lUulboUa. HEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. AMATEUHB CANNOT COMPETE OS I11E XOAD SOB CABU PEIBES, The Baotag Beard's Rallag Caaae Canaldev able Criticism Aneclated Cycling Cluba Flan fur a nig Ran t Philadelphia Re pert en th CeadltUa r the Read. Chairman Mott ot the I A. W. Racing Board has rondorod an opinion in relation to the conduct of a 100-mile run which Is provok ing considerable orltlolsm. The Keystone Wheelmen ot Philadelphia had arranged to hold a century run on July SO. Among tho prizes ottered was rJlOO In gold for tho club brooking the record for the greatest number ot survivors, and a second prize ot $10 In gold to tho out-of-town club bringing through tho greatest numbor ot mon. It seems the attention ot tho Racing Board was called to tho matter, and tho follow ing Is Its ruling: "Tho constitution says that on amatour Is one who has novcr oompotod for a cosh prize oompotod for it, but not noceaaarlly rocolvod the prixe. lio might not win, but he would be como a professional by competing. A club team of amatours cannot compote for a cash prlzo that goes to, tho club. Competition on the road for cash la tho samo, undor the rules, as on tho track." The Associated Cycling Clubs of this city, Long Island, and New Jersey aro preparing to hold a big century run to Philadelphia tho first wock In August to attend tho national mcot of tho I A. W. Tho route will bo as follows : Now York to Jersey City, to Newark, Kllxabath, ltoscllo, Cranford, Wcstflold, Fanwood, Plain Held, Motuchen, Now Brunswick, Franklin 1'urk, Kingston, Princeton, Lawrcncovlllo, Trenton, Morrisvlllo, Pa.; Tullytown, Bristol, Bridge water, Eddington, Torrosdale, and Frankford to Philadelphia. Tho start will bo at 0:15 o'clock in tho morning from Jersey City. It is ex ported that eovcral thousand riders will toko part. It Is announced that the Harlem Wheelmen pioposo to run tho trial heats ot their open ama teur racoa at Manhattan Beach on next Satur day during the progress of tho 10O-mtlo profes sional race Such a movo, It Is declared, will likely result In complications and perhaps disas trously to somo ot tho racing mon. In order to run off tho 100-mllo raco In good shape, with a chanco for new records, tho club should start this evont In tho morning so that tho finish will toko ploco not later than 3 o'clock. Tho reports of the condition of tho roads re ceived at tho h. A. W. headquarters yesterday aro as follows: New York Around this city the macadam and dirt roads are In good condition. Tbe Pelbam mail from Bartow Is being macadamised, and will be finished In 0 few weeks, wheelmen going northward will Had Sedgwick avenue about the best riding, while to go east Madison avenue to 138th street, to llallroad ave nue (Just the other side of the N. Y. C. and H. II. B. H. track), to 103th street, right to Washington avenue, to Pelham avenue, affords good wheellug, belngneo rly oil macadam, with grades easy. Through Flsbklli Landing, Oarxlton, Hastlngs-on-Hudson, Iiaverstraw, Montgomery, llount Vernon, New Bochelte, Sing Sing, spring Volley, and Tarry tow a th roods are in fine order. Long Island The roads at Both Beach, Far Rock away, and Arverne are good. At Preeport, Glen Cove, BookvlUs Centre, and WhlUatone th roads and side paths are fair. New Jersey Around Englewood, Freehold, Eey- Prt, Lakewood, Newark, New Brunawlck. Orange, ialnfteld, Princeton, Bahway, Hosellr, Trenton, and Weber the roads are excellent. Staten lalaud Tbe macodarn roods ore good to ex cellent. GlfforU's Lone end HIchniond Terrace, be tween Port Blchmond and Mariner Harbor, are being repaired. IUcixe.'WIs., July 2. Cooper tied the world's half-mile competition record to-day of 1 minute 4-5 second, held by Otto Zlcglcr, mado on the 3uartcr-mlle cement track at Kew Orleans, Juno 3, 18U0. Cooper won tho ruco by a narrow margin from llnld, and tho Judges wero mixed esto tho finish. Cooper Jumped tbe bunch on the lost lap, and Bald went after him, closing the gap. As tho two men swung into tho stretch he crept up close to Cooper's front, where right at tho tapo, the two men were so closo together that It was hard to tell which won. Bald and Cooper wero never so evenly matched as theynro to-day, and their wins uro by inches only. Themllo open was the raco of the day, and the tight between Bald and Cooper was a blttor one, Tbe Btartcrs wero Bald, Cooper, Merlons, Gardiner, Dr. Brown, Hob Wallhour, and Nelson. Two men were put in to pace. The fight for pace was desperate. Coopor gained the position with Bald folloning. tValihour tried to go round the pacemaker, but failed In tho attempt. Bnld nindo a Jump on his last lap on tho backstrctch and gained ono open length on Cooper, who was in the lead of tho Held. Cooper put down bis head and beg-an to take In the slack on Bald. Entering tho homo stretch Cooper closed the gap and coming down tho stretch Cooper pulled up to Bald's sido and the two men cumo tearlngdonn the stretch like mad. They flashed over tho tapo in n dead heat and tho 5.000 people present tilled tho air with their enthusiastic plaudits ut tho grand finish. Mertens was two open lengths back and defeated Gardiner by an open length. A. U. Murtcns won tho tno-mllo 'handicap from scratch in 4 minutes S!3 3-S soconds. Mertens rode tho finest handicap raco this season and won from Al Weinlu' by half a length. Tho ten-mllo race brought out Fred Hchlnnecr, the six-dny rider, who hns been here training especially for this race; Merlons, Al Welnlg, Bob Walthour, IIolnirB, Nelson, and Cabanne. Cooper wag to huo ntartod, but did not for somo unexplained reason. Slnglo pace maker were put Into pace, clianctiik- olt at each half. Tho first llvo miles wero rlddon in 11 minutes 10 --5 seconds. Mertens held I ho pace maker through tho flvo miles. At tho end of five miles Hehlnneer went round thn pacemaker and took first placo from Mertens. At the eight mllca Mertens secured tho pace maker from Bchtnneer and hud thopacototho end. Tho paco dropped out nt tho last half and Mertens rode unpnied, Walthour came up to the front, but Mertens Increased tho paco and Walthour hod to drop back. Entering the home stretch Al Welnlg camo up to the sldo of Mor tens and tho two flashed ocr tho tape half n wheel apart, with Mertens In the lead. Walthour rnn third, Rchlnnccr fourth. The time was 122 minutes 41 3-3 seconds. The summaries: Half Mile, Professlonst Cooper won-, Bald second. Oardlner third. Time, 1 mlntito 4 6 second. One Mile, Amateur, State Championship C. Nuss, Milwaukee, wont Con ltelnke, Milwaukee, second. Time. 9 minutes 80 1-5 acoonda. One Mile, Open, Proroaalonal Ilsld snd Cooper tla for nrst, Mertens third, Oardlner fourth. Time, 8 mlnutea 6 8 6 seconds. Ono Mile, Handicap, Amateur K. Llowellyn. 60 yards, worn 0. Nuss. gn yards, second; Nat McDou gall, HO yards, third: F J.Morse, i!& arils, fourth. Time, 9 minutes 7 1-6 second!. Quarter Mile, Stat Champlonnhlp Chester Allen, Kenosha, woni Con lletnke, Milwaukee, second. Time, !l I 4-6 seconds Two-Mile llendloarVProfeaslonal Mrrteni. scratch, woni A. E. Wnlnlg, 1U6 yards, second , A. P. Ulugen helmer, HO yards, third; Tracy Holmes, 01 yards, fourth. Time, 4 minutes 93 8-6 ecouds. Ten Mile. Open, Professional llertrus won, Welnlg aecoud. Hob Walthour, Atlanta, third. Time, -.' mlnutea 418 6 seconds. At tho closo of tho races II. E. Kleufor of the Woodluwn Cycling Club, Chlnigo, rodo ten Suiles unpacod In 21 minutes 11) i-f seconds, owerlng tho world's unpaced ten-mllo record leld by Ilackonborgor, the Huttcrmlllc Boy of Uonvrr, of 23 minutes 23 US gocomlx. Kleufer rodo strong all tho way, and might havo done much better. TonoNTO, July 2. The second day of the meet of tho Canadian Whoolmen's Association nt Chatham wan oven more of a sums than tho opening duy. Tho weather was cooler, tho track rather bottor, and the tlmowus fnt, nlthiiugh no records wero broken. Tho feuturo of tho duy was tho Cook's parade, a grotesque utlalr, demonstrating that whoelmcn 1110 about as much ut homo In masqucrudo on a nheel its nno might expect to bco in a ballroom, i ho nbsonro of crack American riders is regretted. The speedy flyers across the Una do not seeiii to euro much for honors on tho Cunatliiin trnck. The rentury raco will bo tho event of to-morrow. The results of tho races to-day w cro: Half a Mile, Professional Won by T U. McCarthy, Toronto) ilarley Davidson, Toronto, wound 1 It. 6. Blagney. nrantford, third. Time. I1U8 a 6. One-Mllo Handicap, Amatour Won by It, Gardinor, Toronto, 60 yardu D. Bain, Winnipeg, second; J. 11. Burnett. Toronto, third. Time, V:itl 4..1, One Mile, Open, 1'refesnloual v on by T, U, Mo Corthy, Turnntoi Ilarley Davldsou, Toronto, second; Angus MoLeod, Brautforrt, third. Time, n:UJ 3-8. llalf a Mile, Open, Amateur Won by ( W Ilk-hard, son, Torontoi (1, W, Blddle, Wlnnepeg, second. Time, llOft, One Mile, 2:110 Clsss, Professional Won by P. West brooke, Brautrcrdi P, J. Mciutrre, Cleveland, second; U. Toltou. Uoli, third, Time, liilli 1-S, One-mile Uhsinpluushlj), Amateur Won by II. E. Axton. Branlfurdi V, A. Moore, Toronto, aecoud; P. J. Graves, Toronto, third Tims, 8:1)4 4-6. Two-Mllo Tandem Championship, prnfetilonal Won by Davidson uud McLeod, McCarthy ami Ureotrlx seoond. Time, 4;4H 4 6. Flvo-Mlle Champlontblp. Profettlonal Won by An gua McLeod. Brantford 1 Chris Greatrlx, Toronto, sec. oudi T. B. McCarthy, Toronto, third. Time, IU:84 9-6, o new Csnodlon record. Ihree-Mtte Team Ilooe Won by Boyol Canadians. Ottawa seoond. Time, 9:38, NOTES. W, P. Sohwobe. 1. Different devices in gold braid ore used. Frequently three narrow strips of gold braid Indicate tho rank. 8. Would suggest a wheel weighing about twenty-four pounds. U. Detachable bare. 4. Gear best suited to you, 0. Twenty-four-Inch frame, Tbe Long bland Signboard Committee ot the L. A. W. will begin next week to erect signboards through out Loug Island directing tbe riders to different points. The annual tour of the Manhattan Bicycle Club will Include atrip to Niagara Falls ond Into Canada be tween Aug. 91 and 88. Th Indian Cycle Club of Brooklyn will be repro seuted on the track and road this season by K. Levy, J. Aichtr and II. M. bchwab. A party ot members of the New Brunswick Bloycle Club will tak port In tha century run of th Man bat 1 an Bleycl Club on July 11. Alexander and Tracy, the wsUkuewn Hartford tandsm team, will compel ia the twenty-flv-mll tandsm rao at Xltlburn today. . . . - Amateur raolog I rreernng a Mg boom in France. The Kocentria Wheelmen of thla city have arranged the following club runti July 4, Nyack; 6, rialnneldi 11. Coney Island 1 86, Bldgewood. The Buthsrford Cycler will hold a century run on Sunday, July IB. T.O. Yes. Tuxedo Wheelmen. ..... O. 8. Hsnthaw, the amateur rider, has decided to Join th prof rational ranka. Over 100 entries bore been received by the Nlsntle Wheelmen of Jersey City for the twenty-flve-mlly road race to b held on th Hudson County Boulevard on Monday. Among the well-known men entered re n. M. Alexander, O. Sweeney, Soden. Bomnger, Warren, a HUdebrtndt, B. Trooy, J, Gregory, O. Soil, and C P. Dn Bolt. . .. Copt. Oells of tb Columbia Club Cyclers of Ilo boken will tak a party of members to the Delaware Water Gap over July 8. 4, and 8. The Kings County Wheelmen cleared 88,000 ot tholr recent race meet. VIoe-Prealdent Seggerman of the Itarlem Wheelmen has been appointed a local consul ot the L. A. W. The Bayonne Bowing Association Wheelmen will hold a century run on July 11. A large delegation of members of the narlem Wheelman will take port In tho bicycle parade at Bridgeport on July 6. The Boad Committee of the Morris Wheelmen hs arranged the following runs for this month: n, As bury Park ond City Island! 4, Shark Blver and Coney Island; 6. Highland Beaoh and Preeportl B, Port Grorgsi 10, New Bochelle; 11, Tarrytown; 18, Bay view Vtllai 17, Hoekenssck; 18. Byo Beach! 92. Port George 1 94, Bldgewood; 93, Hackenaack; 99, Wash ington Bridget 81, Englewood. The Morris Wheelmen will hold a coasting contest at Momoroneck on July 10. A meeting of the Logan Wheelmen of Brooklyn will be hsldon July 19. Oensral Secretary Wlllord Smith of the Orange Y. M. C. A. Issued a coll yesterday for 0 meeting to-night of oil members of the association who rldo bicycles, the Intention being to tako steps to or ganise 0 permanent cycle club. Tho bicyclists of tho association rode to Montclalr last night, wbero they wero entertained by the Montclalr Y. M. C. A. Georgo O.Bladon. Anderson mado a record of 1 min ute ond 0 seconds In 1H0O. A. B. aulltord. 1. Yes. 9. Yes. 8. Yet. 4. Tb rotes vary somewhat In the different countries. Ospt. Afeld of the Llnwood Wheelmen or this city has arranged the followlngruna for July! 4, Plalnfleidt 6,Bayonne 11, Amltyvllle; lS.Tottenvlllo; 96, Hock away. On Aug. 96, at the Charles Blver Park track, Boston, a rac will tako place between teams ot Eastern ond Western riders. The Atalanta Wheelmen have received ninety-five entries for their race moot to bo bold at Wavcrly on next Monday. The Liberty Wheelmen will hold their annual five mile handicap road rooe on tbe Merrick road tho lat ter port of the mouth. In o recent test made with on electric triplet on the Seine track ten miles were covered In in minute 0 86 seconds, which overages less than 1 minute and 87 seconds to the intle. Tho annuo! meet of the Masssehusett dtvtslon of the L. A. W. will be held at Nantnaket Beach. July 17. B. A. Miller of the Qreenwioh Wheelmen la ono ot thn most promising amateurs In this section. Eddie McDufflo of Boston Is anxious to arrange a match race with either J. F. Starbuck or P. J. Titus for ten miles. The Dutch Arms Wheelmen Is a new organisation at Brooklyn. The offlcera are: Secretary,!.. E. Black well. Jr.! Treasurer, J, Bishop: Captain, (1. D. McNeill; Lieutenants, O. Edtnburg and O. 0. Feglrtdnrf. The annual election of officers of th Williamsburg Wheelmen will bo held on July 99. A number of members ot the Merlden Wheel CInb will visit this city to-morrow. They will be tho guests or the Blverslde Wheelmen. Tbe Defender Wheelmen will hold a century run to-morrow. Copt. Welsh ot the Pioneer Cycle Club ot Brooklyn ho arranged tbe following road fixtures: July 4, Gar den City; 1 1, City Island and College Point: If), Hock away Beach! 25, Englewood. The evening runs will be: 7, clubhouse! 81, Bath Beach, 28, cycle Path. Aug. 1, Lake Suoceast S. Uenipstead; Id, Coney Island: 16, Silver Lake; 99. Bergen Point: 21, Cycle Path: 20, Freeport: 81, Bath Beach. Walter Sanger, the professional rider, defeated the pacing horse Albatross at Colorado Springs on last Thursday In two out of three heats. The first trial, a halt mile, was easily won by Sanger In 1 minute 8 4-0 seconds. Tbe second heat, ot the aame distance, was captured by Albatross In 1 minute 4 46 seconds. The nnol heat, a quarter of a mile, waa won by Sanger In 80 seconds. The horse was driven by Jock Plynn. ATUZET1CS. Representative Entry for the Individual All. Reund Championship. Entries havo closed for the all-round Indi vidual championship of the A. A. U., to bo de cided at the big New Jorsey A. O. carnival at Bergen Point on Monday. Nino candidates aro in tho field, and a spirited contest seems assured. Tho new aspirants aro unusually formidable, and tho "form players" aro scrambling over each other in an ofTort to pick tho particular "dark horso " which is to do tho trick. Last year's winner is not in evidence, and his abeonce leaves a tempting opening for John Cosgravo of Albany, who won in 1895, and who expects to carry the Now Jersey A. C. colors to tho front this time. Cosgravo will bosupportod, and possibly rivalled, by his clubmato, L. P. Smith, who has been doing somo tall " stunts' at the New Jersey A. C. oval recently. Tho Knickerbocker A. C comes into tho camo with a hand which tho cherry diamond pcoplo claims is as good as thrco nces. Dr. Mulligan, J. A. Mahoncy. and Ernest C. White aro tho throe eolectcd to woar tho cherry diamond, and all aro said to havo a royal chance. A formid able outsider looms up in the person of KUcry II. Clark of the Boston A. A. Ho is the ull round champion of tho New Knglnnd district, nnd tho score ho mado in winning on Juno 11) last entitles him to serious consideration. Tho contest Is arousinir unusual Interest out West, nnd California will bo represented by Charles 8. Dole of Stanford University. He is admittedly Iho best nil-round athlete on tho Prt cltlo bIouo nnd should make some of tho Eastern stars blink. Tho Now York A. C, which founded this com petition, is naturally anxious to keen the winged foot In line, nnd It stands n.grcnt chanco of enuring tho spoils with such representa tives available us Lnrkln and Itloss. Tho former has been suvernl times within hall of tho honors, although a romparntlvo novlco, and now after a course of sprouts at Travors Island ho is likely to crowd tho winner. Altogether tho contest promises to bo more than usunily interesting, nnd tho other events on the day's rrograiumo are on such on attractivo ecalo that the promoters count on a banner meeting. Goaalp or the Itlnc. Eld Lavlgne't action In not api oaring against Grlffo at Philadelphia on Monday night has created a good dual ot comment In sporting circles. Some unusually Interesting boxing Is assured at the Oreenwood Athletic Club's arena on Twenty-fifth street, near Third avenue, Brooklyn, to-night. Charley Gehring ond Billy Duke have been matched to box In Baltimore on July 12. Gehring, who waa formerly on amateur, boxed at Modlton Square Gar den o few years ago. Naome M. Creed, the pretty little daughter nt George M. Creed, the well-known sporting man who has backed many prominent puglllsu, died on Wednesday night last 80 far Kid MrPartland has not responded to the challenge and the money posted by Jiw Mulllns, tho crack Ikxton pugilist, Mulllns sajs he ilix-t nut want tu hurry Mcl'arlland, hut thinks that the Kid should oover his money. Billy Newman said yesterday too reporter of Tux Sen that be would op n tho polo A. C. In a fnw wciks aiul that the chief attraction would bo a twenty, round encounter lietween Dove Sullivan and Austra lian Billy Murpby. Mickey McManua. who Is matched to right Larry Burnes of Cohors at Albany next week. In.-an train ing for tho combat at New Dorp, Malm Island, jet tcrdny. Johnny Banks, the colored pugilist, Is ouo of McManus's ohlef mentors. Billy Relfrl.lgeof th New Wett Side A. C. hot v, rlt ten to Solly Smith from Irclamltlistbc Is initio bodot health and that ho has twin laatclud to mei-t a local limn at Dublin next month, felfrldge expects to be oivay for Iho remainder or tho summer. The bouts of the South Beach A. C. will, In the future, bo decidrd on Monday lm.tcad ofKaturnuy night. Johnny Oats Is uuw trying to orrango nn at triutlvc card for tho club's next snow. Ho Is think ing of puttlug Bddln Curry against a good man. Police Superintendent McKeliey of Brooklyn has Instructed Cunt. Kemiey lhat undir noelrcumatanics lutiHt John h hulllvtin and Bob KltsKimmons bo per milled to rngagtf In any kind of n glove contest at Ambrose Park 011 Monday. Even tho erection ot a boxing ring has been prohibited. Dick Burg, who a few weeks ago declsred that ho would never enter tho ring again km a participant, Is considering the advisability of flKbtlng oncn more. The flollngbroke Atblrtle Club of Uwulon hat offered u purse for nurge tu meet Tom Causer somo tliiui lu the fall, ami llurgo hsa nut u letter to Iho Iimlon fiiirffiu l.lft thst he will accept and meet Cantor at any time to make a match. According to a letter received by a woll knnwn sortlug man In tblsetty there Is every danger of Hir ing lielug stopiicd In San ProneUco. Managers of club are flKhtlng among theiusi Ives aud there Ua Sood deal of scrambling for dates. The uulborltlea o not llko to havo tlm managers' grievances ulri-d In this mauuer, aud uulest the quarrelling ceases they will close down on boxing for good. Dr. Ordway of the Natlotial Sporting Club of Lon don haa practically niatchid Joe liernsteln to meet Ben Jordan before the famous English organisation. Jordan and Bernstein will box tweuty ruundsot 128 pound sums time In bentrmlier. Jordau li regarded as iiullo clever, and Is said to tie o stiff puncher. Tommy White Is also going abroad, Ordway wanta Tommy to fight Dave Wallace, who Is held In hUh esteem In Iindon Just now as telngthe bent feather weight In Pnglaud, White and Wallace will also box before the touiu club some tlmo tu October, Sir Bdwln Arnold Wine tbe Past Pare. Columbus. July II. The principal event of the day at the Columbus Driving Park waa the free for all pace. Tbe attendance waa large ond the n tuners were liberally applauded. Tho 2:14 pace was post poned. Summary! 2:91 class, paclngi purse I6OO1 AtaS., b.g. iChrttt) , 1 9 9 11 Florence C b, in. (Lynch) ,... 3 19 3 Loullto. br, m, (Cox) 8 1 8 U U Delrnah, b. m. (McCready) 9 4 4 dls. Tar Tartar, b. g. (Black). 6 dls Time-:20, 2:15 1-3, 2:9oVt, 2:2U, 2:26, Free for-all class, paclngi purse 1300: Sir Edwin Arnold, ch. t. (llurrell) 8 8 111 Dsn J., b. s. (Swisher) 1 1 8 II 4 Dan t . b. b. (McLaughlin) 9 4 9 0 2 Lottie Lorralde. b, m. (Hutcblngs) 4 9 4 2 U BelleT., b. m. inawrat 6 6 8 4dls Tlme-9:llj, 2:0Ut. 2il0i, V:12, SiIUj, woodbury ::;r t WNrVWVVrVVVVVVWwVVVVVVVrVWWw Wy J POPULAR FOURTH OF JULY TRIPS. 1 L CVgOsCfct Spalding's j; I j: A I WW Bicycle Trip Maps. I I I ; Price 5 cents each. These Maps are accurate In every detail. I K .; New York to Pcekskill. New York to New Brunswick. ' m '. ; New York to Patchoguc. To Asbury Park and Bay Head. M I ; New York to Greenwood Lake. New York to Oyster Bay. ! ; B I; New York to Lake Hopatcong. To and Around Staten Island. 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THE SPENCER BRAKE CO., Jill UHOAllWAt. X. Y. SaTiDL.ES SENT on" TRIAL ANYWnERE; every known niaLe;eall or send stamp for list: unsatls taetorr saddlps Inken In exchange. I1ICCLR bAD ULE 1..XC1IANUE. !!0 West Broadway. New York. rpUK KF.N.SICO CEMETERY. Prtvato station, llar JL lelu ltjllrod; 13 tulnuti-s' ride trout th Urond Central Depot. Offlee. in East -13d t. 1IAUIETTA HEATS jr.tjjr POIFEEZ. Harrison II. rIorefa levr Yaetat Huns Avrmj rrotn the Npeedx Hlde-sA'beeler. Tlio tradition tli.it no yachtsman In American waters can linvo tho most speedy yacht for moro tlmn one car wns provctl niiln yesterday by the trip of Harrison II. Moore's nocst Atarlottn, which on her II rat speed triul ran ahead of the noted side-" heeler Jlary Powell. Tho new yacht wns not In racing trim by any means. Her owner hnd been disappointed again and again in the llnal Uttings of tho craft until he decided to try her out at all hazards. The up-lo-dato propeller wheel that was do slgiied for specilitii; was not ready. Jtr. Moore borrowed a spare propeller from tho police boat l'ntrol, a whlstlo was also borrowed from ono of thol'erlh Amboy Towlnp; Company's tups, nnd promptly nt U o'clock tho yncht steamed up to the Hatlcrv. where the owner and bis Buosts wero nsscniblcd. Aiiioiitr tho KUcsts taken aboard were: Jaeoh Heat, 1!. nurgess Warren, Col, Jseob Itup ert, Jr., Charles D. Moshi.r.O. J. ueer. Col. Harrison 11. Moon-, Jr., Oi ll. O ltlvrne. Col. William Worth. U. H. A t Thouipa J Melnt) re, r-auiuel Tat lor. AdJ .lien. C. Whitney Tllllnghast, Charlie U-e, n'r. Roll. Dr. J. W, Hyde, V. 11. llrooks, John X Robins, Col. W. D. Dlcki's.Col. T. J. bliiane, -Hal Heard, Dr. Hopkins, and William Helschinatin. Sho started Irom Tier A nt 2:37 and went up tho Hudson ltlernt n llficen-knot clip, llr, Moom u Intention liclnir slmtily to show to his friends what iho bout could do undor natural ilriiuirlit a'" liiciilcntnlly to furnish an oppor timlly liilheni of inspeclinp; tho liixurioim ilt tlnirs. The engines wero worklni; very loosely, us was expected, but uthcrvtiso tho liiiiiilbomo trait wasuplcturo that sufc-ircstod sumptuous ease. When off Ornnt's tomb a black so.tiall was seen coiniDB un over tho hills nt Fan Ie, nnd it ns deemed udvlsablo to run dow n the river in order to net aw uy from tho ugly-looklnir atonn. bho hnd not proceeded very fur donn the rivor befurii Mr. MiioroilUcovered thn Mary 1'ovrell, which for moro tlmn a tlccudu has been tho aeknow ledued ciuimnlon of tho rivor. At onto lilsspoitltiir instincts wanned tip, ami shouting tu lilsCnptalii "Uo for tho Mary I'onell," ho turned to tho engliio room wherorjllns Utylcs Blond with liniul on tho throttle, "Start that blower and upen her out," con tinued Monro. " I don't expect to beat the I'uwull, but vtowlll sen whnt elio can tlo." Tho ynihl iimile a wide dotoiir.nnd with broad Kinds of foam llylnir i o either sldo and mlnBlliig with thohcuililliiu-hpliulrirt sho started in her Ilrst raco. C.uit. ('. 1. Matheson, who wns nt tho wheel, hold her true on her courso, whilo tho troubled water as churned uu Into n muss of IkiIUiik foam that left n broad wako ns far ustern us tho mo could ro.ich. Hlir rnitittrops heirnn to fall and tho wind inrroised to it hurrlcauo, but tliocnthuslastli! yiichtumcn did not appear to notice this, tholr eyes boini; looted on tho sharp prow of iho Kraml uld Ixjut ns eha camo ulonir. Knininir slowly on thu llylui; Marietta. " Open her out wider!" wing out Moore, and with nn liii-rtinsliiK pressure of steam tho Mari etta held thu slile-wheeler nnd thou foreed slowly ahead. Faster and faster thoy sped nlonif, but the ratu was cniied richt there uud thu yuilil drew awny, until niter u tllstiuico of about two miles hnd been covered, whtui eho turned to port and started for Iho IHttery, a scream from lier bor rowed whistle somitllnir a llnal note of dotlnnco ns tho passenger boat disappeared In tho fast taiherliiu mist to tho northward. Tho happy owner wnsconurntnlatod by the entire nlilp n c oinp.iny, while Col. Dickey, under whoso supervision tho yacht wns built, shared In tho triumph. Tlieiirlmlpul dimensions of tho Marietta aro: Ixuiulfi over all. 17'.' feet tl Inches; lencthon wutorllnc, Moftot; beam, lb fool. Bhelsbuilt of sticlniiildnlilod Into llvo watcr-liitht com partjnents by nieiins of four steel bulktieuUs. hho has it tlouhlu bottom amidships which serve both for fresh water supply nnd for ballast tnnks when necessary. Hhu has Hush deck with tlio exception of n. smnll mnhoirnny deck house forn aril, which ulono Is vlslblo nbovo her hlirh bulwark. This is i!t foot In lencth and contains ft Boiial hall or dlnlnir room nnd a butler' pantry, wlthbuilot and dumb waiter connecting: with tho (,-ulloy below. Aft of tho trolley is the Captain's stateroom, lilted with chart racks, tnble, desk, and the usual paraphernalia for navleatioii. 'llio yacht is steered from a brldco over the deck house, around which is workoda lirlsht brass rull, wiillo Immediately forward of thn wheel Is the blnnaclo and searchlight. Iho crew's iiunrters nro forward, below decks nnd are very roomy, while directly nft comes a wardroom ond Btatcrootns for olllcers. The tfulluy is next nnd has received special attention, tho steward sdcpiirtmeutcoiituiiiliiir a number pf artists in tho culliury lino. Abaft tho iralhor is the lunch nery Inclosed between stl buik heads, and tho entire after part of tho yacht U I VICTOR BICYCLES, i I; 1897 MODELS, ;; 1 ', OH A PAYMENT OV ',', M 1 ', AND 19 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OP lj 0 J. ? 1 IfilOO EI8T), i M 1 ! rt-Xnr OJTJT YE All' B OUAJtAimSE. ', J 'M '. I CAZE OB WBZXB ) J ' E. G. P. CO., I I ; EOOMB 00 A2fJ 67, THIBD FLOOR, ? M li 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. 1 4 , SaUtroom Opa Monday Evtnlnai Y -tM o Until 9 o'clock. I I DO YOU WANT A'97 RAMBLER? Bring In jour old wheel and ws will make you a 9l liberal allowance la trade. ' y 1897 RAMBLERS S80 -i 1897 IDEALS S3S tO 75 I GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. ; S 038-015 E1DHTH AV.. .VEAB BOTH 8T.. N. T. .3 Lazlngton Cycle Co. dorvntoiva ftgtnts, 8 Teaey t. M. Y. M Crescent Cycles 1 O'J.OO A VTKKtC Jr STAUR ntlBIII. CO.. M BOO II, ana Ktlngton Ave. MansTEn bas worms-Sana worms, blood 'W, worms : send for Tide Book, " Where to Fish and How '!& to Get Therei" black gut leaders and loop hooka for , weaknsh. J. r. atABaTXBS. 68 Court at. near City l2 nail. Brooklyn. M riIRS. 5 pair, best '97s; full warranty! free r lb X pairs. 1LNERAIJED KUBllEB. CO.. ISCUJTlt. "s7 . devoted to the owner's use. It contains At ., large staterooms, two wing- berths, and a saloon ,f. 15x17 feet. There is fresh and salt, hot and ,i cold runninfr water throughout, together with three bathrooms and numerous toilet appliance ,-: of the latest deslcn, which are fitted with cieo- ; trie pumps. J The cabin work is of polished mahogany and ' f the ceilings and walls are finished in ivory M whlto enamel and pold, the upholstery and y hangiiiL-s in tho main saloon being In old pud, ';i with silk brocade panel in harmonious loans, -a while the owner's stateroom aft. which is a ois- i, tlnotive feature of this yacht, is hung with ro.-o- . ', colored tapestry. It contains two full-sized ; berths, bath, ice chests, and buffet, and in tne ." after end, extending over the counter, is n lari;a 4 divan which can be mado into a double bed if ,: necessary. S The machinery consists of a foiir-cylinrirr 'j triple expansion engine, and steam is supplied ,y by two water tube boilers. The engine is buill 1 almost exclusively of Bteol, well braced, and wita .; very largo bearings und pins to insure cool run- r-, nlng under maximum power. During the run -& yesterday, with Ids pound ot steam, she uada 5 over 275 rerolutlons a minute. Taebtlna IVewe tYom City Island. J Citt Iblaxd. July 2. The following yachtat if passed hero bound east: 'g Steamers Jatbnle), J. B. Thomas: Emellne, ftf ph- '3 W. IloachiUetpetb, CM. Jlejer; vmng, H, A IIu ,i chlnti llarguerlte, Guy Loomls: Trophy, K II. Hfu- 9 DetUJIflTi-tla. C. O. D. laellni Naraila, Henry Waltrrtl h OrieYta, E. 11. Ladewi Calypeo, A. L. llarlwr: Allegro, 'j Cha7les M. i'ratt; Aqullo. II. A. Van Urwi Nouiail, T, A 3. llyrae; Kiclju. J. It. liegeman, Jr.i Clara, Charles .5 Kellogg; Hlval. Charles C. Dodge; IUalto, Arthur M A lan. s Bcbooner Avalon, F. I.. I.e1and. Hlooie Uvlra, Clifford V. Ilrokawi Batoua, Heerr d Andruss. Tho steam yachts Vision, F. II. Benedict, and , Duuucsne, Theodoro It. Hostottcr, piiBsed west. y Tho schooner yacht Crusader, a. L. llusted, i Jr.. was launched from Itoblnsou's jard this o afternoon. y The schooner yachts Amorlta, W. fioulrt lire- . kaw, and Monhegan, Clark A. Miller, left here , for Larchimiut, The yachts launched from Plcpgrss's anl this ff afternoon wero tho sloop Hvce. Krcilcrlik M. a Iioyt; raturs Vcnccdor, 11. M. Uillig; Musii., 1 J. M. Macdonough, nnd Horn, ltulph N. Ellis A Tho aclioiuior Intrepid, Thuuiua L. Walt, 1 come to anchor here from the eastward. 4 Handball. Admirer ot handball are looking forward nltk ,U growing Interest to the big match scheduled to ttlt jl placo at the Brooklyn Club's court to-morrow TIB HS prlnolpals are Jamet Flttgerald, champion of lrel.iu.1, a and William Carney, ohamplou ot th Wett Tb M latter arrived from Chicago yesterday In th pink of 3 condition and nltli the nOdt ttrougly in bis favor. In the opening gamet or the mblr pit) id at ihu'-r 1 Carney won six games out of .even. Two inorow old vS win out ror him, as tlio niatrli Is "best of nfum -j games" for tiuu a aid Fltrgersldnetdsfenu inur 3m famra to win, but he will be much inero at Iiouik In jj lie tlrooklyn court than ho w aa out Wett, uud bo IS 31 expected to make a gallaut up-blll nght. T ghe Eurf. 1 CHARTER OAK PARK, I iunTfoiii), ' JULY 5TH. I SPECIAL. HACK TRAIN f JXAVE3 GRAND CENTRAL DKI'OT EOrOa A. ItB. Nliarn, f ARRIVING AT PARK li45 1'. ST., -i In time for the great J CHAIVBPION RACE "ARK. ROHNI) TRIP (INCI.llniNG ADMISSION IO QRUUNDS AND GRAND bTAND), (t 110. JL (If weather at Hartford unfavorable, thu train will t be telegraphed before time of starting, to at uld a use less trip, in which event races will b coutmued t , Brat next guod day.) Coney Island Jockey Club, ftllBBPMIEtll 1IAV. JU.MIC MKKtllVtl 1HI1T. Jun. 88, 84, B. 88. BU, 80i July 1. 8, S, 7, 8, and 19 (BAI.tr UH HIIIMt). ritUT HACK -JlUO F. M. sjO.CEHT UV l.a.MIIUl. TKala IIIIIKI'T TO Tlltt'K. lv foot East lltth at., N. V.. via I.. I. It. ft . at 11 A. M.. lHilO, ISiSU, mo, 1 IU, SllO, -t.W, 11 10 I' M. (Hpeclal Parlor Car Train 1 1 lock ) linats lea e fn WhltshsJI st. (via Hay Ridge Kerry) half hourly from 11H0 A.M. tnSilUI'. M. Kings County Elevated via Unxiklyn Rrldge every tweuty minutes. All tlrooklyn electric roads oouumI direct to track. Mclal accommodations returning from track.