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B ANSON'S EASY VICTORY.
El' ystr ronxs ovxphajted ax jcrjcsri if POIXX BT THE aiLLOAQOB. MX BttUu Loe a Cleeelyl-iayed Oama te th BiJ IolavUlea Baltimore. Cain on Selee's Men by manias; Item the IMtMbam Pnlla- ST dolpkla Beats Clercland Other tlamee, 'X The unexpected always permeates; baseball. I ft . Just when tho local rooters expected to see the lb- Hew Yorks Increase tholr peronntace at the ox jf peiue of the unfortunate Chicago, Anson's men, IL Ilka tho proverbial worm, turned. Yesterday - Unole'a players administered another and moro ? crushing defeat to Joyoe'a men, wko did not be gs sjtn to play up to their former high standard. If, S! perchance, tho old man should tnnke It three if straight to-day, look out for genuine misery (j among- the thousands of cranks hereabout. The proud Bostons, too, mot an, unexpected f defeat at the hands of the braced-upLoulsvUles. L It was only by one run to the good, to bo sure, S but It coot 0 points In percentage JustUho sains. K Tho Daltlinoro champions, nteauwhlle,.cot away p with s close content at Pittsburg, which securedi p clear title on second place for them and cut fi the Beaneaters' lead down to exactly Co-points. Bt The Phlladelphlas treated tho Clevelnnds to a slight setback, and the Brooklyn, although ft they didn't play, dropped to tenth place -Tho 5J, results: ; ChJcato, 14 Naw York, a. t Louisville, B Boston, . 5f Baltimore, 81 Plttstarg, 1. ty Philadelphia. 0 Cleveland. 4. t ',h rax Kioonn. ST ftr Ir ?F CNss. vrtm.Lott.Ctnt. Club: WenJtUCent, ? Boston 0? Us .708 Pittsburg 84 01) .408 si? Baltimore... .47 83 .tJCill Louisville.... 84 4S .447 if. Olnctnnatl. ..48 so .048 Chicago 34 43 .448 H NswYork...,48 80 ,08 Brooklyn 88 41 .4118 '?' Cleveland.... 41 88 .688 WaiUlMlon..8 44 .88U ti PbllJelpW.S7 41 .474 St. LouU IB 08 .803 i' 1 CnlOAQO, 14 ; N EW YORK, 3. I CniOAOO. July 2a The exhibition of ball" li I playing put up by the Now Yorks to-day would S have disgraced an amateur tonm. Bulllvanwas fi I lilt for two three-baggers, a double, and four alngles In one inning and knocked out of the ?.' f box, and Dad Clarke fared almost as badly, gf Errors of the most glaring type by such players liY as Joyce, Qleason, Van llaltren. and Uoluies, V loose playing in the Hold and general weak 7 ness at the bat go to make up a record Cfi the llko of which Is seldom charged up Ji against a League dub. It was after the & fatal second lnnlcg that the New iprk 3? players wont to piece. The game seemed thon 5 hopelessly lost, and tho visitors, including 3? their captain, played half-heartedly during tho balance of tho game. Davis iras well f? enough to return to the diamond, but his stiff g lee bothered him greatly, and he was not In w good form. Van llaltren. too. was onto, but', W able to play. The crippled condition of tho team ft was notreeponslble for to-day's bad defeat. SHI 'S, 11tsoi lost Iho battle at a tlmo when good pitch ?,. log would have held Anson's men down to aero. SS( lit the first Inning it looked as If It would be . oji easy vlotory forNew York. Friend's delivery was not difficult o solution. Van llaltren sent ;T, a lon fly to right, which Kyaa pulled down . E after a long run. Tiernan struck out, and Joyoo 3: landed on the sphere for a homer, which sailed ; clear to the right Said bleachers. Davis reached, M- first on Friend's fumble of his hit, but was' ,$- . doubled at second by Qleason, who hit weakly to s Frirnd, Ohicago scored a blank. ... . . 'k Then came tbe slaughter. New York retired -S In order, and the Colts opened their tuslllu.de if upon Sullivan. Ityan walked to Ural, and was h adrauced to third on Docker's single and scoredy 4 on Connors fly oat to Tiernan. Decker went to v y ' secondon vsa Baltren'a bad throw of Friends r(; grounder, and both men came In on Klttrldge's ts hard-bit two-bagger Into left. Svorttt followed is with a single, but was caught trying to steal .;' second. Griffith got a base on bails; Callahan -'s sent the second three-baser beyond Holmes, and . Anson lined out one for two bases. Ryan came 4V to bat for the second time, and brought the old fnian home with a neat single to right. lie was' left at first by Decker's out on a fly to Qleason. Seven runs In one Inning, m In the third Clarke walked to the box and did ,- well for three Innings. In the fifth the Colt , scored one on a single by Decker, two errors by k . Holmes, a passed ball and a muff of Friend's :,V easy fly, and Evorttt's out. The sixth Inning '. brought moro disaster for the visitors. Six 4 runs on three hits, a base on balls, and two er- :tt rors by Joyce and one by Qleason was tbe record. r ' After that there was nothing noteworthy In the playing. Tho Colts mads but two. moro hits, which netted no runs. :'; New York scorod one run In tbe fourth on hits ; by Ifolmos and Warner, and another In the sixth M on a base on balls for Qleason and a pretty double by Clark. After that they found Friend i for only two weakhlta. With the game well in I- hand, Anton sent Ryan to the clubhouse In the u. seventh, as his Injured leg troubled him. 5 Thornton, who was substituted for him at right, 6 did well, jtusl and Griffith will probably be It pitted against each other again In to-morrow's si same. The score: It' CBICAOa I sxw TOSX. &. IB. r.O. A. K. K.1B.IS0.1.B, y Brerltt, 8b..l 18 1 ov. Hil'n. c f.O 9 10 1 ft arimtli.M....l 0 4 4 l.Tleraan. rX.O 0 8 0 0 t OaUnha. ct.3 8 8 0 1 Joyce, 8D....1 10 8 8 Anton, lb.. .8 8 8 0 0 ParU, U....0 0 7 8 0 ftS Byas, If 8 18 0 0 OHuon. 8h..l 18 8 8 ?-; Tbornton.rt.0 0 10 0 Holmes. l.t.,1 14 0 8 PI Decker. If.. .8 8 10 0 Clark. lb....O 17 0 0 rf; Connor, 8b..8 8 10 0 Warner, c.O 8180 iiC ITlenJ. P.....1 10 8 l,6ulllrln.n...O 10 0 0 A Kltrxldiv,o..l 1 0 0 O'ciarke, p.,.,0 10 8 0 rf, Totals.. ..14 IB ST 18 8 Totals ...."(1 10 84 18 T & Ohlcaro 0 7 0 0 10 0 0 ..14 t New York 1 00101000 8 5. lamed ruas-Obloairo. 4; Ksw York. 1. Pint bale -;- on errors CUcato. 4i3iswYork. 1. Ll on twu-, 'JL Ohleaio, 81 New York. B. Pint base on balls Oft 'x Prtend.SioftBnlllTao,Bioirclarke.8. Struckont By fit PrUnd.41 by Clarke, 1. llimi rnu Joyoe. Three AJ but hlu Klttrtdce, Callahan. Two-tin hit An il' son, Clarke, Callahan. Stolen basee Ereritt (3 -?& HuUnes. Double ptare Connor. Orlffltb, and Anaoni jV EvnrMt and Anton. Pa.'d ball Klttridie. Umpire it O'I'ay. Time 1 hour and BS mlnstee, attendance $ S.SO'i. k aaLTmoas, S; rrmaroo, 7. ;'f Prrrtauua, July S3. Baltimore bit Killen freely ufr So-dAy. anti by bunching bite won out. Pond was ?' very erratic, tending ten men to bales on belli and , hlltlux two othen. out tbe local players failed to ;' take BJvsnWKe of opporronlties and lost tae game, !4p - The soun: "J- K.is.r.o.a.B. B.l.r,o.jL.B, "e Tannetalll.cf.l 18 0 0 Ucdraw, Sb.l 8 8 11 Hs Lfuo,lb....l 010 0 0 Kcelur.rf....8 8 0 0 0 ?;' ' t,is3li. ..I 10 8 0 Jenalngs. as.O 18 8 0 f.j Ueivly it.. 18 8 0 1 Kelley. If 0 0 8 0 0 W M MUV'Ui U. V V U U V DWlHI,Ut.Ml V U V rCt, - Donovan, rt 1 18 0 0 Doyle, lb.... 1 1 B 0 0 iff Ely, l 3 1 B 8 neitl, 8b....l 14 8 0 '. , Kiit.li'. r. ...0 t 0 8 0 Clarke, O....0 18 0 1 fi Kllliu. p ..1000 0 Pond, p. 1 8080 jg", TiitMi ..T TsT 7 "4 Totals. ...."bus? "7 "5 ",, Plttiburs 1 0 8 0 0 18 0 17 llalllmure 0 0 18 10 0 0 1-8 K K..H..U runs PirUburg, li Baltimore, fi. Two-baas ft blr Kiy. HcOraw, Doyle. Stolen baste Steuel (8), Di. 1". TannehUL DayU (8). burden, Killen. Pint ill bai en balls Off KlUen, 1 oft Pond. 8. Hit by1 ff piiched baU-By Pond, a. struck out Br Pond, 4i 'J:; by ClUen, 4. Pasted balU-ouid'O. l Clarke, 1. .4 Tlmo 8 hours and BB minutes, Umpire Sbertdan. tatundanoe 8,8 00. rmLanaxnaa, i ctrrxtaXD, 4, 3. OuvaULXD. July 88 Poor ball playing In the eifhth Jt, Inning on tbe part of tne Spider. Knjeiher with a ?& ba'tlng rally eomblned with errora In the ilxtb. lent UV tbe name to Philadelphia to-day. Theecorei 48 cleieiusd. roiLaocLrsia. "if n. le. r.o.i.i. R. la. r.o.A. a. f Buriett,lf...o 8 s o u Cooler, of..., a 8 8 0 0 2" - Ohllds. 8b.. .1 0 0 8 1 Dowd.rf 1 110 1 fi, MoKean. U..0 0 10 0 Delebanty.lt.l 8 0 0 0 ji Vr'auaoe. Sb.O 0 13 1 IJole.lb.,.,1 8 18 0 0 i, OOonnor.of.l 8 8 0 0 alurarla'a.o.0 0 8 10 Zlramer, o.,,0 8 8 1 0 Ueler.Sb 1 0 17 0 v Tebeau. lb..l 1 B 0 0 Olllen, H....0 8 8 8 1 v. M'AlUitir.rf.1 14 0 ONaih. 8b 0 118 0 g Powell, p.. ..0 0 0 8 0 Taylor, p...,0 0 0 B 0 ':. Totals 4 est 9 8 Totals ."S l7 87 IT "S & Cleveland.. 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 ! Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 U 3 1 2 ,. 0 fe Kerned runs Cleveland, 1 1 Philadelphia. 8. Pint fiT bao ou errnri Cleveland, 8. Left on I aes-Cley. g lanl, lu I'l.llalelnlila, H. Pint base on halli-Orf ft Pimoll li a Taylor, 4 8lmck out By Powell, 4i ffi by Tajl r, u. rbree-baae hlu Dclehauty.LaJole. Two- if bearil.e i 'onnor(K)lZlmruer(S)iDelehauty, Bacrl- Bm hli-Urrarland. Btoleu bae CIill.u, Uowd. 3 Wild ritfc, Taylor. Paued balla Zlmmer, UcFar- M, land, uiuplre Kmalle. Tune 1 hour and 03 minutes. Iff L0U1SVOLX, B BOSTOX. 4. LociSTtixc July 88. Magee and Lewis vied with 'Z- eault ulUer la wUdneaa. but Lonlivuie won a well- !L pi. jedgamoby Umeiy hiltlng and by good fielding Xi. alurwari. Boston trltd to rally In tbe ninth, but Sy tailed. Tbeaoore; if; oro. I LocnmxiA it namlltun.cf.s 110 OCTarke.lf....o 8 a 10 fS J.iJ.ey, lb 110 1 0 McCreery, rt.l 0 S 0 0 km, Ln.it. u,... 118 4 0 Waaner. cf.,1 8 8 0 0 f Duty, f o 8 fi 0 0 Maftord, M..1 1 1 B 0 & Btonl, rf ...,0 8 0 0 0 Werdea, lb.,0 a 0 0 1 i tM.iiv flb.,,o o o a o wiiion, o,..,o fln l o T1J Lwn, b.,0 0 18 0 Dolan, 8b...,0 V 1 8 8 ?I lK-ricen.o.,.,0 1 B 1 1 Cllnsm'n,3b,8 1 8 a u Si Ltwu. p 0 0 u B 0 Uaiee, p.,.,,0 10 0 0 $ Totals..... "S 84 16 T Totali.....B B 87 18 "a t) P'm:,; o o o b o i o 0-4 Jv Lonlntlle 0 0 8 1 0 1 0 0 ., B fb, , "V1"!? runs Boston, 8. Left on baaea-Boiton. Si tT lxulSTUle,u, Two-baie WU-Stahl. 8. Three-baiehll t- rDBff'. Bcrlll hlta-MeCreery, Makxe. Blilrn "it bT,"Sr'SlB1 Do,U1' WUion. Dutty, Stalil h. i Wsmsr.arke,rfamlltoari!). Btruck ouV-By u. 'i H' lbyfaifee,8. Tiitbypltoner-wiuon. Pint I ft r , n bafU-Ofl tewla. fii on llaji-e. fl. Time 8 hou.s! Attenoanee-8,000. Vmpbv-llurst. ,V Kaatrrn Ias-ue. i ar loaosro. &, Toronto 8 0 0 0 8 4 0 0 I uf to' ' 4f Providence I 0 4 0 0 0 0 8 1 H It 4 h Bsttc rlee Norton and Baktri Hodion and Dixon. AT MOSTakll. V alontreal 1 10 0 8 0 8 8 o it) h' C WUkeebatse.-., 0 0 0 18 0 0 (Hi 18 T BfigVJA"-ia O'lTUli OooiUlia and t hsaatsa alalalalalalalalalaWaalaTaSalI!hTI'' " ' 1 SMiii - - M , t , , f- y ,f. , gozw. Te Byker Weaoew r la aiigei-Tsaa) Maten at BaltaeraL An agitation that has been started against tho ponds In tbe neighborhood of Hovcnth avenue and Ninety-second street. Fort Hamilton, may result in the closing up or draining of the noted water hazard on the Hue to tho eighth bolo at tbe Dykor Meadow Qolf Club links. Tho ponds chiefly objected to, howover, He outside the links, along Nlnoty-Bccond street. An elghtoeu-holo medal-plny competition from scratch, the first held on tho links, was tho fea ture at tbo new Forest Hill Qolf Club, near Newark, during the week. Tho scores to dato follow: L. P. Smith, 11141 n. Helm, 180 n.Olles, U0 W. K. Farrlniton, 1481 A. Heller, 101 A. Brett, 10; O. Keynolds, 170. To-day the play will tmgln In the mlxod four somes for the Heller Cup. Tho recent rains hnvo J really improved the greens, and tbo Forest till people nave a very sporty course, especially the portion crossed by tbe water hazard. Tho 4,8Ul-yatrt course of the Otsego Qolf Club, which lias announced nn open tournament for Aug. 11. 13 and 13, Is a twelve and not a nlneihole links. Tij-dsy'e foursome match at tho llalttisrol Qolf Club has resolved Itself into a meeting of the two olovorest players in Ni-w Jersey and aboutthebest two in Westchester count, for li. 11. Ilnynrd lma withdrawn on account of sirk ness and Jamos A. Tyng bs agreed to play with 11. P. Tolcr as a partner. The two are e.sily tho Btrongrst golfers In iheirHtate judged on their pnst performances. Doth of the New York men, w. It Bands and Herbert Ilarriman, oro club cbamptonsblp wlnnors, tho first at St. Andrew's and the latter at Knollwood. It Is the first Im portant amatuur match of the season and should bring out good golf. Tho conditions rail for thtrfy-elx. holes and tho flrnt halt will be started on tho arrival of tho 10:10 train from this city .for Bhort Hills. Trap hooting. Long DnANcn, July 23. Some flno sport was enjoyed at the Elkwood Park traps this after , noon, where a number of prominent wing shots ' took part in a halt dozen Interesting ovents. Aided by a strong southwesterly breeze tho birds proved difficult targets. Fred Hoey sur prised tho talent by gathering forty-soven of tho flfty-ono birds, making many brilliant kills. Winston, too, shot well, killing his first twenty nine birds. Edgar Glbbs Murphy was tbe fuvor lte In the main shoot, the Irroy prize. He with drew on the sixth round. Daly, Dsllard, and Ivlns withdrew before tbo match was half over. Hoey and Winston, using both barrels, killed ont straight, the lattor winning the shoot-off. Hooy's fifth, a puzzling left quarterer, escaped. Huinruarics: Pint Event Wee and ont. Murphy and Ivlns, S eachi Ballard, li Uoey, 1. Won by Ballard In thenext event. Second Kvent Same condition!. lToey and Ballard, 8 each; Murphy and Ivlai, 1 each. Won by Ballard In the third event. Third Event Same conditions. noey and Ballard, 6 eacht Daly, 4; xturphy, S Ivlns, 1. Snoot-off Ballard. 4t lloey, 8. Irroy Prize Ten blrd,entraneeTree, 00 janli. Pred Hoey, 101 1. lu Wlnilon. 10 J. E. Oreen. 7 A E. Loinlni, 7t J. 11. Wert. Oi Ballard, Uurphy, vlni. and Daly did not flnlth. Bboot-off Won by Wlniton. Pifth Event Mlia and out Wlnaton, 14tllarphy and Hoey, IB each) Daly, Bi Ballard, 1. Pinal Event Ten blrde, $10 entrance. Hoey, 80 yards, lOi Murphy, 8V ysrdi, 10; Daly, XS yards, Si Ballard, 89g yards, 6t Dr.btem, 83 yards, 6, lloey and Murphy divided. Atlaatlo Xaa-ne. at Kxasnra. a, n.t. Reading 8 8 0 0 10 0 0 0 S 7 0 Patenon. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 6 0 Batteries JLmole and neydont Tlau end Tenner. AT nABTVOBD. B. B. Z. Hartford - 0 0 0 0 00 2 0 Richmond 0 0 0 0 .. 0 8 0 Batteries Bowen and P.oachi Leaver and Poster. AT IAKCASTER. a. n. r. Laneaater. 4 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 09 13 8 Newark. 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 0-S R s Batteries Clauses and Both; Oettlg and Zearfoes. BJevr Bnglantf League. At Kewport Newport, 3: Fall River. . At Brookton Brookton 111 Pawtuoket. 6. At New Bedf ord New lledrurJ, 1 ; Taunton, 4. Other Cames. AT SCW tOXDOS. AthletlOS 8 8 0 18 0 10 110 18 3 Baltics 0 1008000 0 8 BB Batteries Patterson and Miller: Dalbrow and miner. Baeeball (iamei To-Daj, BATIOKAt. LX10CK AND AUXSICAS aaSOCUTtOS. New Tork at Chlcaee: Brooklyn at Olnelnzutlt Bos ton at Louisville; Philadelphia at Clevelandi Baltt roore at Plttsburgi Wwhlnston at t. Louti. EJLSTZiUf LRAOCK. Scranton at Syracuse; WUkeibarre at Rochester). Springfield at BuHalo; Providence at Toronto. ATLAXT10 LXAOUX. Newark at Lancaster; Pateraon at Reading; Rich mond at Hartford; Norfolk at Philadelphia. BBOOtLT!! AM1TKCB ASSOCUTIOV. Sidney vs. Resolute; St. Peter's vs. Worth A. 0. otobb oum. Rldgewood Field Club vs. North Patenon, at Rldge wood. Newark P O. vs. Morrlstown P. C at Newark. Eouth Orange P. C. vs. Brooklyn HelghU A. A., at South Orange. Mount Vernon T. M. C A. vs. Moroccos, at Mount Vernon. Orltenl P. C. vs. All Collegiate of Philadelphia, at ltackensack. Englewood T. C. vs. Btaten Island O. C at Engle wood. Montclalr A. C. vs. Cuban X Olants. at Montolalr. suburbans vs. noboken P C, at Crotona Park. Boonton vs. Murray Hill, at Boonton. Manhattan P. C. vs. Creect. nt. at Cos Cob, Conn. J. S. Bemhelmsr A Bro. vs. Commuters, at Ridge field Park. Orange Valley Lyoeum vs. Bonth Orange Lyceum, at Oranse Valley. Cranford A. O. vs. West End P. C, at Crssf ord. Stamford vs. Newark A. C at Stamford. Arena A. C. vs. Paclno A. C. at Jersey City. 81. Thomas va Ht. Bartholomew, at ttrosx Park, lymplce vs. Athlstlr of New York, at TottenvIUe. Jstferson A. C. va. Brooklyn Ajioclatlon Clnb, at Newark. Arlington A. A, vs. Notlev A. C. at Arllntton. Claremonta vs. Xavler Deaf Mutes, at Claremont Park. State Hospital vs. Brooklyn F. O., st Morris Plains. Daaeball IVotee. Cincinnati Backer, 153. The bet li governed by the regular game. Warner has caught In more League games than any other oatcher this year. A, P. H. He was " farmed " to Portland.bnt will be released by Boston outright. Pitcher Arthur Clarkaon, formerly of the Balti more!, has signed with Detroit. " Calliope" Millar h suooeeded Walter Wllmot as mansf er of the Minneapolis Club. To-morrow, on thsbt Oeoree Cricket Clnb grounds. Hnboken, the Rah way Athletlo Club will or oil bat with the Ilobokem. Orth, Corbett. Mercer and Stlvetts are the best bat ting pitchers In Ue League. Ruale and Ueekln are also well up In this reipvot. Tim Keefe, whllo umpiring a game at 8ptinKflel4 the other day, had his collar bone broken by a hot foul tip f ram Broiithefti's bat. Tbe teams In the Eastern LeiRoe race a- more closoly bunohed tLan tho,e in the big League Irwin's Tnrontoe are regarded as "dark noraea" for tho pennant. Tho Webster Baseball Club of Harlem would like to play any club in the vklulty of this city whuro nlav. ers average 18 years. Address Capt. Is. f ollg, 10H East 110th str (St. It Is reported that Anion will not manage the Cht cacoa next year. Ills ten years' contract with the club, calling for lalary and percentage of the pronts. expires on Oct. 80. Tbo recent Ineffective work of Seymour, bulllvsn, snd Clarke In New York's box hue (auaed u Ken era) demand fur tbo relnttuteiurnt of Dubeuy to take hlsturn with Meeklu aud ltusle, Jske Virtue, ouoe the brilliant Brat basemen of the Cleveland!, has quite recovered from the Irirjlrtlo stroke which forced his retirement reral yearn ago but Is now laid up with cbroulo rheumatlim, TheO. N.Ts. of NBwark have July 84, SI, Aug, 7. Sept. 0 (Wo gameo. 1 1, IB, and S3 open for iTood clubs offering a guaranteo. AdUreea 8, l.unn, man agar, care of Clark Thread Company, Newark, N. J. Bhecaard of Brookton, tho Unt New England League player to mik 100 lilta, la aald to have been secured by ths Brooklyn Club. He Is a nno ki neral player, snd something of a pitcher whon It eomea to a pinch. The Corona Baseball Club has July 31. Aug. 7. 14, 81, and 8 open; no guuranto.. Would Im pleased to hear from uniformed teams wlioie players average ao years. Address W. A. Nails, box UO Corona, L, I. The New rirunivrl k V, M. O. A, team has July ai opin t(; plsv with a good team offering u guamler. nud III jilay a return iranio un the home gruunla Spt. S.li thJersiw Clly Field Club preferred. A. dress V. M. C A , New Brunswick, N, 1, Tlie New Yorks have not won a game from elthir the Boituni or lbs Philadelphia this season, lliey have six games t pUy In Boston, ami the Huh teum haa four to play hero. The Quakers have six to play on the Polo UrounJs and three at home with the locals. It has leen suggtd that In view or the belliger ent attitude of many Ix-ague rlaycra to Sard the un- ?KT' rPf,'",,".n, YoV. Koa'lX d0 w' '" appoint John L. BulUvan. Pltialiumons, Corbett, UeCoy. Lavlgne, and other noted pugilists to pne'tlons on the umpire staff. I Is doubtful, however. If thoie celebrities could stand showers of antiquated egt-a. as delivered from tho blcocuorh a In crrtalu Western lilies. i Cl-!'iL'",',J,1,yi 83.-P.ople oproed to butwliiy I asepall hew havo lie nilefeai In the second round of tli onti'st There III be n i luter.'eri-i.en wild next Sunday's gsiue. Attorney U a Uary eppeirtd before Judge Laniaon llil. morning and aakedfora temporary restraining order until the caeocould le beam on Its merits. Judge Lamson decided that, as bis summer term would end Monday, be did not feel at liberty to set a time for tbe llnal bearing. For that reason he decided that be oould Issue ho tetuperarv restrsiniag enter at this time, ve.p.rary BRIGHTON'S POOR LUCK. nAiif aoaik nBitiouarr xwraw- TEltr.8 VTIXJC THE llACXNO. Me Ilepea er a Pry Track for To-Dys Card lien Eiter Downed by Weltinrst-Joraiers Bhlelda ana Ilergen Fined OlOO ssl Otoo neepeellvely How the lUrre Iteeulted. Tho storm was by far the most gpeotncular feature of the afternoon at llrlghton Beach yos torday. It was exceedingly rlcturosquo, but not at all welcomed by President Knircmnn, Secre tary Bass, and tho balance of the management: but It camo, nevertheless, and tore through the hugo grand stand until tho women were driven to tho topmost rows of soats to escape the blind ing rain. llrlghton Ucach has had more than Its sharo of bad weathor this season, and it has rained every day but one sinco the gates were opened two weeks ago. When tho sport bogan yesterday thoro was scarcely a cloud In the sky, but as tho afternoon worn on great dark niassct rolled in from tho direction of Staton Island, und the rain come down In torrenMafter the fourth raco. Tho wind attained a voloclty of sixty miles, and the Jockeys and horses In tho fifth raco wcro senrcoly distinguishable, to tho judges. Everybody hnd hopod for a fine day nnd a good track to-day for the purpose of see ing tho great thrco-yeirr-old Votor pick up 13'J pounds lu tho Cyclono Handicap, but thoro Is no hopo of a fast or even a dry track to-day. Tho most decided set-bnek tho talent rccolvod yesterday wns In tho selling race at one mile and a furlong, for which lien Erler was a strong odds-on favorlto. There were but four starters after Heliport, Dcorslnycr, St, Leo. Lincoln II., Loch Hlyn, and Premlor wcro withdrawn, and the heavy plungers regarded Hen Edor as a cor tatnty, Wolhurst was second chotco at 0 to S, with 8 to 1 oflorod about llofugeo and 12 to 1 Arabian. Little O'Connor had tho mount on Arabian, and, rushlnp; tbo Daly three-year-old Into tho load, passing round tho lower turn, kept him thcro until he ruptured a small blood vessel and commenced bleodlng at tho nose. Then 81ms took up the running with lien Kder, and the plungers began to congratulate themselves upon a certain vic tory. Young Clawson bad, however, been play ing 'possum with Wolhutst, and whon well squared away for homo ho cut loose Wolhurst made short work of Bon Edor, and won handily In tho good tlmo of 1:57. Refugee was third. Ten sprinters went to tho pott In tho opening event nt Bbc furlongs, with Doublo Quick favor lto at 7 to B. Tho victory went to Trllletle. rid den by Doggett, who came very fast In the final quartor, and beat Double Quick a length and a half. Purseproud, a rank outsider, was third, a short head before Bon Ami. Henry Shields, who rode Ssndowne, was fined $100 by tho stewards for fouling Doublo Quick, Homelxxly bet a lot of money on Continental. This horse ran pretty woll until the head of the strttch nnd then quit. Q. U. Morris's good colt Dick -was withdrawn from tho first ri by tbo order of the Jockey Club, the son of Sir Dixon not being duly regis ti'reil. This made It a duel between Isaboyond Kenmore Queen, with Uio pair practically equal In tho betting. Isabey shook the filly olT on tho upper turn and won without much trouble In very crertltublo tlmo for the condition of the track. Vigeuta con run fast for about a quar ter of a mile. Even Ella Daly beat him for third money yesterday. Lincoln II. looked very inviting In the third event, with only Deerslsycr, LoUi Qlyn, and Psssot er to boat. Tod Sloan bad the mount on the son of Bramble, and the result w us never in doubt after rounding for home. Lincoln IL simply galloned home, but Possover nnd Ueor sluycr bad It tooth and nail fur second money, tbe former getting home a neck to tho good. Loeh Olyu s'opperl nt the end nf six furlonps. He evidently wants n very heavy track for his. There weroolght starters in the fifth event, a dnsh for two-year-old at live furlongs. Boy Orator was a rj to 5 favorite with Danforth next In demand at 3 to 1, and Mrs. Hooves the out sider at bO to 1. Tills race was run in a blinding storm and Danforth won oleterly with Lucid second and Boy Orator third. The concluding race was a dash at one milo for three-year-olds and upward. Haphazard was Ht the remarkably liberal price of 7 to 6. and he simply played with his Held. Bergen, for misbehavior ut the post on the colt Parmesan, was lined $J0O by tbo stewards. Summaries follow: FIltST RACE. Tor three-year-olds and upward that have not be-n flnt or second at this meeting; by sut'Scrlptton of 810 each; with 1300 added, of which 873 to second and l85toth!rd; the winner tube soU nt auction; horse! entered tu be sold for 81.300 to carry weight for age; If for less, two pounds allowed for ta?h $100 down to J300;slxrurlonga-. , K. Ferjl. son's o. in. Trllletle, 4, by Eothen Trill, 108 (Doggett) 1 Atkins & Lottrtdxe's cb. c. Double Quick. 4. 108 (Clswson) 3 H. Taeobald's b. a 1'urseprouJ, 3, 08 (O'Connor). 3 Mistral. UmWnt, C inllnent.il. Manlan, Baudowne, and Bon Ami alao ran. Maud Adams left at the post. Time, l:l4. Betting Asalntt Double Quick, 7 to 3; SItitral. 3 to 1; Continental, 0 to 1; Lambent. 7 to 1-, lion Ami aud Trllletle, ea--h 10 to 1; Marslan. 13 to 1; bandowuo and Maud Adanut, each 8 J to 1 ; Purseproud, 40 to 1. , SECOND I1ACE. For two-year-olds, nnn-wluners of 8500; by sub scription of (10 each: vilth 8300 added, of which s73 to the second anu 823 to tne third; weights ten pounis below the scale; nve furlongs: O. W. Btanton'a ch. c lsaltey, bv btrathmore Belle of the Highlands, 118 (Soherrer) 1 E. L. Oravts & Co.'s b. f. Kenmore Qneen, 100 (Per kins) a W. c. Daly's br. f. Ella Daly, 10U (Wapahlre) 3 Vlgeuta aljo ran. Time, l:08"a. Betting Five to 4 on Isabey; against Kenmore Queen, even money; Vlgeuta, 10 to 1; Llla Daly, 100 to 1, TIIIIII) RACE. For three.year-olds and upwsrd; selling handl cap; all hones enterod to resold for Ql.00O.hy sut sertpllon of SlOeach. or So If declared with tsoo added, ut which 8130 to tho second and 3Utotbe filrdiunn mile; W. B. hint's ch. c. Lincoln II., 8, by Bramble Mary M., 118 iT. Sloan) 1 P. J. Dwyer's ch. o. Passover, 8. 100 (Clawson) 8 W.C. Rolllu'a b. h. Deenlayer.fi, nil (Doggett).... 3 Loch Olya also ran. Time, 1:44j. Betting Against Lincoln II., even money; Deer slayer, 8 to B; Loch ulyn, 3 to 1; Passover, 8 tol. FOVKTU RACE. Por three-year-olds an l upward; by subserfptton of tin nclu wlthtl.uoo added, or which SHOO to the second aldslootu tbe thirds thunluuer to be sold at auction; horses entered to be sold for 811,000, to carry weight for age; If for I'.'.OOO, allowed four founds; If for 81,000, eight iouuds; then two pounds oreai-n sluu down to $30u; one mile aud a furloagt C. KleU-hmann A Hon's l. g. Wolhurst, 3, by Ventil ator Nuthrown, 14 (Clawsou) 1 M. K. Dwyer's b. b. Ben Fder. 4. ll!:(Mms 8 W. II. Sink, Jr.'k, b. g. Refuge. 4, 103 (S.berrer) 8 Arabian also ran. AraoUu bled. Time. 1:37. Betting Ten to 7 on lien Kderi against Wolhunt, 0 to fi Refuge, H to 1; Arabian, 18 to I. FIFTH RACE. Por two-yenr-oldsi by subscription of $10 each; with 8700 added, of which (130 to the second and 830 to the third; winners at tills meeting of a tingle raie tocarry three pounds extra; of two or more, rive pounds extra; nou.uinners ut tUN meeting, ueer bating won S'.MIOO, nlliwel no pouudsi beaten maidens allowel 3 pounJs: nve furlongs: K L OraveM A Cu.'s b. ". Iisnforth, by Duke of 11a- genta llnl'eep, U7 (Wlllillc) 1 R. W Wol'U-u ft Son's b. e. Lucid. U7 (MoUaun) a 1- b. 4 W P. Thompson's b. c. Boy Orator. B7(Crbley) 8 Lsurel Leaf, Fulano, lira. Reeves, Towanda, and Mid rlca also ran. Time, l-044. Betting Against Bo Orator, r.tofiDaufnrth.8ij to 1; Tow snd li, Laurel Lear, aud Lucid, each 8 to 1; Mid rlca. 18 to 1 i Mrs. Hooves, in to 1. UIXTH RACK. For three-year-olds ami upward) by subscription of llOeach; MlihtriUdaMel. nfnhlcii 7B to tht siw ond and 823 lu tho third; the wlnuer to be sold at auction. hurHi's entero I to be sold for $1,000 to carry weight fur ago; If for lea, two pounds allowed for each IWHloti tn 52011; winners at this meeting to carry Hie poundiextrai ouu nitle; C. KlelMchiiinn i Son's b e llajiharard, 3, by Loonatilh Nellie llottcll, till (P uw,0'l) t., . I J, Kuislr's b.b. Diarojnt, US (hcherrer) .' 8 L. h. A W, l Thompson's ch. g. Manassas, B, lul (Corbluy) 3 Minnie Alphonse and parmean also ran, . . Time, IH7"j. Betting Against Ilnphaiard, 7 to B; Discount, ft, to ; Manassas and Mlnnlo Alphonse, each 6 to 1; Par mesan, B to 1 Kiilrlre Tor Ilrlghten. The following Is tlio programme for Brighton Hon h to-ilui : First Ruci' I'urie 8500, for maiden three-year-olds i selling ullowaucf a; five funougs: Con-ord in Motorman lna lliuzmooil jus l.laud King loa A thy HIS Sibley lua Klewer in7,liatrheor 10U I'orfuue luo I'lp side 101 Kemurra KiiliTeiiiIrstowe 101 RoKsirer ... . luel riicoml Hare Purrs 8000; Owners' Hundlosp for tv,o-year-olds,alx furlongs; Mlchi'el HI 07 Don't Csro 84 BI Fox VU Ularneysloue Hi Loiterer. Iiuiphlllp B llontd'Or H3 Third Race Puns Bl.OOOi high wehrbt hamUean, for thrse-year-olds and upward; onouile and a six. teeuthf Mr Play ISBiNanall lu Premier l'-fO Passover ,..,.107 I.lnooluII llh Miss Print loa Cassette 114 Heliport 10 Fourth Rnoe The f'jvlnuu Handicap of 13,000, for thre vear-ol'ls; tu th" wluucr tl.&Ov. to the b'hxjwI horse l.ioo, m the third horse B'.'UU; nvo furlouti. Voter i:ia Taksnasieo 107 Cleophiu KBiUIDs'lily 1U0 fttael', IkOiKalserLudwlg 100 Dlilall lu UasUon 100 Storm King llolHreslde 63 Fifth Race-The Venture Stakes of 83,000. for two-yeax-oldsi tothe wlnnsl,DUO, to the second hers , stk IslBlBslBslBlBBBssslsaiSa I'il'' fni'' WHEELMEN HEED HOT TAKE COLD. WHEELMEN who wear Deitnel Linen-Mesh un Ry Psssa ercTarnien's run fls3kl(liP vcr '"t'e r'5'c WajF of taking cold PbMI after severe ex- I ercise and pro- tsaJrstaifuse perspiration. imgUtnrd Tnxd. stark. Jhe absorption and dissipation of the perspira tion without producing a chill is a remarkable feature of this hygienic underwear. Sold at "The Linen Store" Headquarters for all good things in linen. James McCutcheon & Co., 14 West 23d St, N. Y. 8300, to the third horse (liOUl selling allowances; five furlongs; Junior lOfliFlxetl Star 108 Demagogue 1 07 1 Nosey 87 Sixth Race The Cedarhurst of (1.000, for three-year-olds and upward; welter wolghtst horses to be ridden by gentlemen riders of any hunt club certired by IhoNatltnalhueplcchssu Association or tbe Na tional Hunt Association; penalties and allowances; uno lullo: Rubicon 15i!CounKllor Howe 147 NenklPooh 147 Rodman 144 llooks Pare Poorly at Harlem. Cnicioo. July 83. 'trade C whose post odds were 1 00 to 1, and Si) to 1 for placo, camo In second In the fifth rooe at Harlem to-day. Several wis sports tilaeedconslderall'sumeon her for a place, aud are ieay winners. louroutot six favorites won. and the books fared poorly. Summaries: Pint Itaoe Four and a half furlongs. Forhusb,IlB (Sloan), el to B, won; Candle lilai'k, 113 (Dorsey), 8 to 1, second; Pogmar, 113 (Uellugh), 3 to 1, third. Time, 0:33. Beeond Rao One and one sixteenth miles. Harry Shannon, tot (Bloss), 1 to 4, won; Uray Dog, 101 (Clay), SOtol.seooudtTreeby, BS (llrown), BO to 1, thlr'. Tims. 1;30. Third Raco One mile. Indra, 100 (Caywood), 0 to 10, won; Button, P7 (Dorsey). 0 to 3, second ; Bun burst. 108 (liloas). 7 to 1. third. Time. 1:48. Fourth Ilarw-Mx furlongs. Vhtteonlb, 104 (Scott), 110 to 1, wont Lew Hopper, 110 (Caywood), even money, second; Preston, 109 fEllls), 2 to 1, third. Time. l.Ulj. Fifth Ra-e One and one-a'xteenth miles. Sullroas, lOB(Iiarrett), a tol, won: Oracle C 100 (Robertson), 100 to I, second; Kccedab, 103 (llcUugh), B tol, third. Time, !:tn. Sixth Rsoe Five furlongs. Jilts OuMle, 104 (Sloan), 4 to 3. wen; Vlrgle O., 104 (Clay), B to B. second! Miss EInbello, 101 (Donaldson), liOO to 1, third. Time, 1:08. How the llereee FlnUlied at Oakley. Cunwin, Joly .1 At the post In the second race at Oakley to-day, bun F,cllpse, at 80 to 1 In tbe bet ting, threw Jocke) Isom and acted so badly that Isom refused to rldo the horse. All wafer were declared off, and bettors received twenty minutes to make new Investments. Huiumarles: First Race Five furlongs. Miss C. 1 1 B (Retrr). 8 to l.won: Cuba Free, 110 (Horns). 3 to 1, second: Lo cust Blossom, 113 (Overton), 7 to 10, third. Time, 1:08. Record Rnee Seven furlongs. Joe Clsrk, 110 (F.verelt), lu to 1. won; La Wanda, uj (Huston), (i tu 1. second; Harrr McCouch. 107 (Held), even, third. Time. 1:21 Cj. fhird Race Five furlongs. MUlstresm, 100 (nil)). 8 to 1, won: Uen Frost, 103 (Mathews), 0 to 1. aeconi; Mordecal. 1111 (Morrison), l'J to 1, third. Time, 1:02 4. Fourth Ilaie one mile. Inlln. lu rriggott), 8 to B, won; Lillian McDonald, CU (E)erett). 18 to 1. sec ond; Delle Dramhle, 10V (Murphj), 8 to 1, third. Time. 1:4SV Firth Race One mile Lakevlew Palace, 10B (Revichamp). even, won; Oallant. D3 (Burns), 3 to I, seiond: Ciarawltr, oa (Dale), IB to 1, third. Time, ll8Cj. The tVlnnera at Bt, Louis. Br. Loos, July 23. 'Tho races at the Pair Oronnda this aft-rnoon resulted as follows: First Rare Three-quarters of a mile, Hob White, 104 (Lynch), 7 to V. won, Irectlttoner, 104 (Peter man), B to 1, second r Polka Dot, 102 (Dean), 80 to 1, thirl. Time. 1:10',. Second Race One mile. S'lverBet, 80 (Peterman), 80 to 1, won. Earl Cochran, 104 (btevens), 6 to 1, second; liasriull. B4 (Woods), 4 to 1, third. Time, 1KB. Third Race Seven eighths of amlle. Forsythe, 100 (Coombs). 10 to 1. w-nn; Jane, 100 fllarner), B to 5, aei.oud Trilby, 107 (Foucon), 7 to S, third. Time, 1:8H. Fourth RaceOne mile Orerhunt.l 00 (Slaughter), 3 to V, won; Madeline, luil (Webster), 3 to 1, setond; Linda. 100 (Oan er), N to 3, third. Tlli.e. IMlia. Firth Race Thlrteeu-slxteenthi of a tulle. Ardatt, 10U (Deau), 7 to 1, won: F.lsle Barnes, Ul (Coombs), 4 to 3. second; Ferris Hartman, 107 (Slaughter), IV to 1, third. Time. ll'."J"v. Rlxth Race live-eighths of a mile Loving Cup, 103 (l'arraui). r) lo I. won; Marietta, 110 (Coombs). 3 to 1. second ;11II1 Jackson. 101 (Foucon;, 00 to 1, third. Time. 1:03. Over a noddy Track at Port Krle. Drrrsu), July 23. Favorites won lu the mnd at Fort Krle to-dav. Summaries: First Rao Four and a half furlongs. Watercreat, 10h (bulllra. ), S to 1, wun. Miter Mamie, 100 Jon-s), 7 tob, second: Oeorge, Jr., lua (.Vustraud), 10 to 1, third. Time, O'B&V Second Usee Se)en-elghthsof a mile. Devault 107 (Shields), eini. won; Aidudon, 109 (Nostrand), H'i to 1, second; Eleanor Mc, 103 Oulltvan), 8c, to 1, third Time, 1-H.V. Third Kaeo lour and a half furlongs. Clara Van, 103 Mllhurn), I to 2. won; Knmuraaakl, 1U3 (Mo Reynolds). V tol. second: Klsle Chanoe, 103 (Powers), 0 to 1, thirl Time, 0:3u. Fourth luce five eighths nf a mile. Wordsworth, 83 (Powers), 7 to B. won: Boh Leach, 00 (Hopkins), llCj to 1, second; Flosletta, Mb (JJcCann), 12 to 1, third. Time. l:0fl3. Fifth Usee Five and a half furlongs. King Bon, 100 (Mllhurn). 4 to 1, won, Fratello, 100 (Flint), 4 to 1. second! Stropert. 108 (Powers), IS to 1, third. Time, l:13i Italn Slops the Sport at Fleetwood Park. There wns n good nttcii'lnnco at Fleetwood r"nrk yesterday nnd the two events on the pro gramme promise! enjoyable snort, hut unfor tunately only tbreo hems bad been disposed of when a heavy shower crime up nnd stopped rao lngfor the balance of tho afturnoon. The pro gramme c.tllcd for tho " :1! I clues for trotters. In which sixteen cauie out for the word, and the 2:12 pace with seven Hturters. Charley Thomp son's black, stallion Bright Heart, by Oambetta Wilkes, wns mado favorlto for the trot, hut the winner of the first heat turned up In the brown stalllou lied Wilton, by Wilton, driven by Kd, Lockwood. Timo. 2:21U. The favorite mado a strong play for the second bent and had everything beaten except the former heat winner when the stretch was reached, but whon he Joined Issuo wilb Lockvtnod's horse. Just above thoillstnnco. bo ninilu a lironk. and Red Wilton followed suit. Tho pair galloped under thu wire about ten lengths in front nf Tocsin Chimes nud Snlpnosc, who, trolling squarely, had a bat tle royal for third place, tho former reaching the wire first bv a head. The Juugus very prop erly set tho llr.it pair hack for running, and jtnvo tho hunt to Tocsin Chimes. Tho winner's time wns not taken. The slnglo bent of the psclng race was taken by the hay stallion I Win, by Harold, Jr., altera short hut declhlvo contest with (lesuer and Sir Kid. Time. 2:10'4. Hieing will be resumod at 12 o'clock to-day. The Harness Racers at Detroit. DfcTHorr, July '.Nl The races at tho Oroase Point track to-day were flun contests, but tbe crowd was small, Thi heats ueisaospllt up that It was found necessary tu postpone the 2:14 paco until to-morrow, when some extra events will bo added to nutsb out the card. The summary; 2:20 class, trotting; purse 81,300, Orand Heron, b. s.. by llaron Wilkes Athalla, by Nutwood (MarbolJ), B B 8 1 I 1 Katie, li. m. (Kelley) 2 1 8 8 8 B Vhla. k m. (Curtis) lo B 1 3 8 'J Railings, It. a. (MOoV) ,,,,, 1 2 7 11 B 4 Klitle L.. br. in (Hush) 8 4 8 7 7 ro Ray Wilkes, b. s Starr) 0 0 4 B 4 ro PearllneC. b. in. (r. Kelley) 12 n fi 4 n ro NorvallniCaatli) 4 7 U H B ro Red Ray.b. g. (Isabel) B B 0 dr. kurena. b. g, (Swiiher) 7 10 dla. Wight, blk. s, (Smith), U ills. Emily, ch. m. i(irers) , U ills. Time KilU'j, 2;ib, 8:10, ;IBs, 2:les4l 2:10",. 2'2t utau, pai'lng; Chamber of Cuminerou Consola tion purso $l,uoo. Hermetic, li h , by Ira'WIIkes Fanny OKI, bv Matubrinuoift (haundars)... 3 117 1 Walnutl.al, Ilk. ciMatvyl lunar! Burr Patch, rh. g.(bwh her) B 4 8 1 4 Forest llerr, br. g. (Npvar) 8 2 l It u Jack's Brother, b. g. lO'Ncll) 0 fl 3 3 2 Attnr, b. m, (Uedfur.l) B 3 4 3 B Veronnlc 8., g. m. R win) 7 7 B 4 a Seven Points, b. ir, (Talhut) 4 8 7 8 7 VrankM., b. g. I'l.Kellny) 10 0 S 8 B RanH.,b.g. Mccarty) , Bills. Lahomla, b. m. (Dlckurson) , II dls. Tlmo 2il4. ilUHj, 2:13s, ailQHi, H-.IU. Wews rrom tun Hone World. Utica, July 20. Rain prevented the trotting races here Ueday, John Williams, Rochester The second Prlglitoa Bench nn'ctlug w ill uL-in o:i Mondar, Aug 8, unit last until batiinia) AUii 1. On Sloii'laj, J it '.'B, Aiiue uii tuiensfor' neweek, and ou Wnli.esdsy next ths Barsluga nieetlng of twinty-oue ituye U-glus. Ou Okciuiin, July tS ThuuJer showers, with a heavy downpour of ralu, have again proved the "hoodoo" of aklte tra'.kclioalt rurettng. and all the unnuisued racep of this meet are off. The track Is 1 built of blue clay and Is slow drying. Its eondltloa to-day cancelled the inestlpg. Host ef the fast ones) to toBlsby.ior next wsekCtrUls. -, -, ;j3 ,J,'lflsMir a",--s., '.sr' -' NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN, inx Jtitw jjsnanr a. o. wxzz sooir JtJS MACK XX XUE JFOLV. President Bulllvaa (aye His Clnb Will Comply with tho Rolee, and Chairman Mott Will Then Remove, (ha Oan or Suipenllon A A Flasmsnt Violation or the Ttaclng latwa. The action of tho L.A.W. IUctng lloard In refus ing to glvo snnctlous to tho Now Jersey A. O. for race meets until the organization complies with tho League rules lias excited comment among local wheelmen. President Sullivan of the Sow Jortey Club Informed Tup Btw roprter yesterday that the action of tho li A. V. Is duo to an unintentional disregard oa the club's part for tho racing regulations, and that tho error will bo roc tided nt once. It appears that tbe League demands that tho referee of nil blcyclo races held under Its ausplcosmust forward to tho Chairman of tho board n report of tho races at which ho ofllclates. such report to contain a list of starters nnd results of finishes. This rulo Is maintained In order to cnablo tho Itacing Board to keep a close watch over all racing men. Tho ' refereo of tho blcyclo races at tho recent Nuw Jorsoy A. C. games omitted to fllo such a report to Chairman Mott, Tho result is that tho club hss been placed on tho suspension list. Presi dent Sullivan says that ho lias received a com munication from Chairman Mott In relation to tho matter and that tho necessary report will be tlxod up nnd forwardod in the courso of a fow days. Mott says that when this U received the suspension will bo removed. Jimmy Michael Is regarded by veteran raring men ns ono of tho most remarkablo distance riders In tho world. In all his match ruccs he has shown wonderful spojd, and it seems Im po38lblo to got any paccmakcis on any sort of a mochlno who can run away from him. Michael Is a quiet, unassuming little fellow, but when training Is earnestly fond of hard work, and koeps his pacumakors constantly at w ork. It Is related that during a recent trial at Boston the Welshman had a " quint" pacing hlu). IIo kept urging them to go tauter on every lap. Tho de mands for Increased speed cxnsperatod tho pno itig crew, which wns steered by Baliibrldge. tho well-known rider, Tho word was passed along to tho men to lot out and dig for all thit was lu them for n mile lu order tu shako the "llttlo midget," Tim Buggcxilon was well received, nnd In response to Mli-lincl's repented culls to go faster the "quint" did let out. The men rode two laps nt a pace that thny claim would havo been inside of tho record If timed. When the tram was compelled to slacken up through sheer exhaustion. Instead of iln-llng Mlchnelnway In tho rear, us expoctod. he was hugzlng the roar wheel of the "quint qnlto unconcernedly, but with the suspicion of n smile on his countenance. The Joke was on tho pacing team. Mayor Wurster. who has pono over Glcnmore avenue on his wheel, yesterday wrote n letter to Park Commissioner Dettmer. opposing tho pay ment of the 10 per cent, to Contractor Thomas Byrne, the money being withheld until thu work of asphalting the avenue had been approved hv the city. Tho Mayor expressed his distrust with the condition of tho avenue, and estimated that It would take over $20,000 to put It In proper shape. Placing men In soma sections of the country, where the L. A. W. oftlclals rarely visit, havo opportunities presented to them to violate, tho racing regulations with Impunity. A flagrant case has licen discovered In I'ennsylvuiiio. Ilandlcappnr Myler of Pittsburg sa)s that a rider named II. Stcrrett of Tltusv'lle, Pa., has been racing for two years under assumed names, during which time he has won many prizes ami still never progressed beyond the novko class. The credit for the dlncovery of this man's opera tions Is by no means due to tho ofllcers of the L. A. W. it appears that tho rider 1 hliu-elf pnvo tho snap away. Lout week u blcyclo Urui in Penusylv.vnt., received n com munication from Stcrrett, asking for a low IU uro on a racing wheel, und claiming considera tion from the fact that ho had been successful In beating the raring gatnu and getting the best of the uususpoctiug L. A. V. olllclnls. Stcr rett's method was to enter a novice race undur an assumod name, capture the event, and then assume another name for the next event. Ills letter to the bicycle firm wan prumptlv sent to the L. A. V. racing olllcluls. and Sterrett will, In all probability, be kept oil ail L. A. W. tracks for a long term of years. This Is the most glar ing caso which has been brought to the atten tion of the League for a long tlmo. Grand Harms. Mich.. July 23. Eddie Bald won the $1,000 match r.ico tu the Michigan L. A. W. annual meet races this afternoon. Cooper and Klser pocketed him in the first hnt and he finished third, with Klser six inches ahead of Cooper, in the fastest mile of the duy. In the next heats ho jumped out of lino lust after passing the quuner-mile post. This made a long and hut sprint to the tape, but he escaped the jockeying tactics of his rivals for the big purse nnd won both heats, the second with Cooper's wheel lap ping his, und tbe third an open tan feet nheail. Tho annual State meet opened under favorable conditions to-day, wilh a large attendance, in cluding all the State ofllcers. A parade with 1. f00 wheels in Una was gien bo fore tho race this afternoon. Duslnpm will be transacted to morrow morning, and the races In tho afternoon will closo tho meet. Bald, Cooper, nntl Klser will go a hnlf-iulle heat race for $1,000 as a special feature. Aside from the big race this afternoon, theatato amateur chnmpions were the most Interesting. Harry L Hart ofUrand Itnplds won thequartcr-miln very hauililv, and repeated his performance In the mll race, uith F. A. Jo seph. Detroit, second III both rnccs. Tho grand stand UDplntidoil Hurt as the winner of the two mile race, but tbe Judges gave It to Joseph. Tho other race oro llvoly, but not particularly cx cltiiig. Summaries: Mile MatOii Ra-e Best two In three heats; purse 81,000. Hal t won Cooper sen)0l. Klser third. Quarter-Mtlu Map' Chauiploushlp, Antftteur Hsrry L. Hart. Orand Rapids viun; K. A. Jo,, ph. Detroit, second; Guy Dayrcl, Grand R.iplds, third. Time, 82 1-& seconds. Two-allle Open, Professional Arthur Cardcer, Chicago, won; Harney Old field, Toledo, eoond.Dc. A. J. Brown. Cleveland, third. Time, A minutes fin e,inils. One-Mile State Chi mplonshlp. Amateur Harry L. Hart, wont P. A. Juepl., Detroit, second; E. A. Morris, Detroit, third. Time, 2 minutes 113 seconds. Plve-Mlle Open, Amateur P. W. Peabody, Chicago, woa:E. A. Morris. Detroit, second iR. O.Brown, Urand Rapids, third. Time, 1 2 minutes 10 1-3 seconds. Two-Mile State Championship, Amsteur K. A. Joseph, wonillarry L. Hart, second ; Pred C. Harris, Three Rivers, third. Time. 6 minutes 0 seconds. Tbe trip as courier from Jersey Cily to Sea Girt by William L. Durmur. a fast rider of the Hudson County Wheelmen, which was set down for Thursday hut was postponed onlncrtotho rain, took plate yesterday. He covered the fifty three miles in four hours, which, notwithstand ing th.it he won paced all the way. Is considered excellent owing lo tho muddy condition of the roads from the hoavy rains, Darmer started from the City Hall in Jersey City ut 0 A. M. amid cheers from a crowd of interested specta tors. He convoyed a message from Mayor Kit ward Hoos to Brig.-Clen. Wanser, at tho First Brigade camp, at Sea Girt, The preliminary arrangements for tho big 5,000 race, to be held ut Boston on Sept. 13, are about complete. Tho nutniigement Is anxious to seumu Michael and Lcsun and two of tho best American long-dlsUiico riders lo take part. Limiting tbe entries to four riders Is done with the objeot of creating new toiords. Thu conditions of tbe race uro as follows: Distance undecided, but likely au hour contest; number of competitor! limited to four; pacemakers and machines unlimited; purso $5,000 guaranteed. 18.000 to first man, 81,300 to second, nml 3U0 io thirds entries will close on Aug. 20; no entry will Im accepted unless lisokid by aguarauieo or 8100 th'it tbe men entered will be fully equipped with mahlneai the men to rlile the entire distance, unli some unrorseen accident occurs or thv shall fall so far behind that they w III lie called off the truck bv the referee. AU men riding under tho latter cou dltluu will rti-etve their uioni) hncl.. 1'utrlis are open to the world. The maua, - incut rcrrves I'm right to reject all but four nirlis. ulueli In their Judgment will make tbe lust race, riio cout 'elunls will lie allowed to have only two machluis ou the truck at a time. IIIIVTKM. Paul Wagner. A route to Bctou waa published In THKhvs on July 10. W A. I . Tu ride to Urernwood Lake, lake the routo published lu Thk Hi'f ou July 88 tularryiowu; tbenuros toJiya:ai foil w thi Nyack turnpike to Olarksvllle, and then rule lo Xauuettoi go bj wiiy or Spring Valley, Muuoey, and laluians to huffi ru. Itatii apo, aud Mujti irsii. ht this point turn to limit t at tne toll gatoauJ rhlii tu 111 Kwmidt take the ulu (lov erumtui road tollewitt, to (Ircunwi oil Like. A, II. C (I) lu rlillus to New Brunswick, starting f ruin the Jersay city rerry. follow 1'xi'haugo ptuci to lfudaou street, to York strei t, to Henderson sweet, tu Hi recr street, to11uil,uu ( ountv iloulovarl, to New ark 1'lauk mail, to ewn-k to K.llselii tli, m Hahw sy, toMctu"h'n lu New lirun-nh'k. (2) Tn rib' lu A. bury Park (onlluuo Iruui S w Brunswick to Perth Aiulio ; tie ro d rrom the Isttt r t'laie to M .ttcaivau Is poor; continue tu Ke) unit I'.til Hank, lion ilruucb, Kllioron. and lira! to Vsliurj Park. (!i) In illliu tu Ba) Head continue down tho cuast fruiu Asbury Park ajtRUGrcuTJi. FJ iBaiGHT. JMIILD & PURE,! The hcHt rvlilence of lilh Krndo Riorlt Ih In eontiiiui'd npil inni'iised demand, MiuitllT Plug Cut lias bad a moro rapid growth of sale than wss ever accorded a brand of Hiuok lng tobacco In a similar time. i, B. PAOa TOBACCO CO- RICUUOND, VA. i ' ' ' '. ' ' ' c i - THE LUTHY WHEEL, $150, Selling nt Present for $110. I f WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICE. ZIRflMERMAft!, T,, WorWB Ohnmplon. ONSOUCtTF.!', WRITES) "It la undoubtedly the flnist wheel that bss ever been placed on the market. A glance shows It to be superior to snylhlniiwe have yet seen." AUSTIN ItKMSKN, 1BO Nassau St.. General Eastern Aent. N.Y.clty. Catalogue mailed on request, to Celraar, Spring Lake, flea Olrt, Manasquan, Point Pleasant, Lakewool, Tom's Rlvor, Cedar Creek, ported. River, Baruegat to Bay Uead. NOTES. The Kings County Wheelmen. It Is said, cleared over 3,000 on their annual race meet last month. A bicycle tournament will lie held at the Charter Oak Park track, Hartford, on bept 0 Commenting ou the unnecessarily long and drawn out race programmes provided by tournament pro mnUng clubs, tbe Wheti sasi "Ha audience carea for four hours of smrt, nor doe any crowd of boll-ilay-iuaklug people car for tweuty-ulno tine mllo races, each containing from sevrti to twelve ineti. A race meet la midsummer thould not commenco before 0 n'llocic and should finish Inforu n o'cloik Too many iersnns who go to long drawu-out meets, no matter how well they are run, confine thonnelves to one meeting u yoar " The foreign racing me'i who are In thlaconntry lament the fact that the L. A. V. uhamploushlp races are not on events like the N. U. U. champlonshlia u Englsiid. Ihe fact that the 1.. A. W. will not Im represented In the International championship races at Olasgow the latter part of this month haa prov oked crltlolsin among the foreign assoclitlous. harry llaildox, the well-known professional rider, is said to tw oue uf the most auoceeaful flshermin at Asbury Park, He Is devoting more attention ti this paitlme than blcyclo racing this year. A uatlonsl eircult raoo meet will Im held at Asbury Park ou Aug. U. Tho following races will bo runt Amateur Halt a mile, noilcei half u mile handicap: one mlloopeui oue mile, for New Jersey riders, and one mile tandem. Professional Half u mile handi cap aud one mile open. Entiles for tho nice tnoet of the Riverside Wheel men on July 111 will close ou July Hi) with J. M. UcMIe, 80 1 Wet End avenue. 1 he Eureka Wheelmen of this city have elected the follow liigcinic ri President, J. Kaufman; riemtary, O. Kaufmans Triaourur, p. Ausorgo. TI.e Road ruin, mil tee ha urranirni the following runs: July v.). Bath Uiacbt Aug. M. Llndenhurst; V, Coney Island; 10, Av run, Uli, Tutte vlllol 00. Rye B 'W h. The fo'lowlng races will !o del Ided at Ihe meet of the hptrckei Wheelmen of Hushing on Aug. SB! Ore mllc uoi kr, lmlf a mil" open, one-mllo handicap, uno-lnllc chauiploushlp of Iing Island. I.arl Mser will ilJeat thu rno- meet of the River side Wheelmen on nxt .Saturday. A party ur the meiniers ut the Plirfrlm Cyclers will start ou a tour tn tho Delaware. Water Oup on next Monday. Ihe L'li.itliam Wh.elmen wUl hold their annual twentj-flMi milo road race on Sept. 11. Adtlces recilved at the L. A. W. healiuarters yes terday state that the dirt roads lu tho country are generally muddv, but tbe macadam thoroughfare are In fair condition. Clear weather to day wUl place the rouda In good shape lor to-morrow. Ilcmarkable IllQe Hhootlng. London, July 'J3. Tho annual fortnight's meeting of tho National KHlo Association at Bis'.oy, which closes to-morrow, has beou re markablo In demonstrating the wonderful accuracy of tho new magaxino rifle nnd its immense superiority in this respect over any weapon similarly tested. This is tho first year that tho rlllo has been used at Illsloy. Of ths tbousanns of telunteers, regulars, and colonial troops taking part In tho vurlous competitions, hundreds have broken all records. It is no exaggeration tn say that bull'soyesbavo become tediously monotonous. In several competitions twenty or more men shooting at the COO and 000 yurd ranges mado the highest possible scores. In the final the ties were qulto tiresome, owing to tho competitors repeating tho feat. Hut for accidents of wind rnd light It would have been Impossible to havo archied who were the wlnnors nf some of the prices. In these same cenie dozens of tho marksmen were within one or two points of the highest scores made. An Instnnco o excellent scoring was seen In the comtietltlun for the Queen's prize, the chief ovent ut the meeting, which Is divided Into thrcu Btngee. enrrj lng. besides tho money prize, the association's I. ronre, silver, and gold medals. The oronc. modal goes to thu wlnnorof tbe first stage, tho silver medal to the winner of the pecond, and the gold medal to the winner of the third stairc. The winner of the siUer medal yesterday scored 210 points. Tho winner in 181t) scored nnly 198. While the scorers of 180 Inst j or got Into tho eliminated hundred who competed for tbo gold mednl, not one of the markbmeu among the hundred this year scored below U0U. A St- Louis Hyndlratn Owns the Kentucky Association Track. Lexthotov, July 28. The Kentucky Association oourse Is now the property of a St. Louis syndicate which two years ago advanced S30.000 to.the associa tion, taking first mortgage bonds. This afternoon Charles Green, acting as trustee for tbe syndicate, gae a receipt In full to the basoclatlon for the td.630 balauci oicr what Oreen ha 1 to pay for the property at auctlou last week. The sale was conflrmel by Jurist Parker and the prop rtv transferred by (irecn ttujeurgolt Ijockwoo-l. J.Hull iMtljsnn, formerly manager or the track, has be. n placed lu charge, and It li probable that a new association will be furuied and ruclu,; continued. The llnrnese Itaeers at Fawtucket. PiViTVCKrr, Julv 2.1 There was a lare attendance at tho opening of the harne-a raWugmeet here to-dav. The truck waa In rluu couultlon. la the W:4U class Cello won from a Held of st tu. It took seven heats to decide the :'23 rate, widen waa wou by Harry King rhe summaries: Vi)0 c!o, trotting and pacjLg; purse f 130t Cello, b. t. ilm kwjtor) I fill Westminster, b. g. (Pierce) 8 1 U 3 DcllaiirtO'i. b. m. iThomas) y 2 4 8 King Elko, P. g iPavl.) B 4 3 4 lal rmma, It. in .McNally) 4 3 B 0 Klltr, b. in. ((alicy) dla. Marvel Ti.r g. (Terboi) dls. Time '.';)!, i'S3, S'.SOa,, 2:2a. S'Vb class, trotting and pa"Iug; pure S23U: IlarryKlng.br g. (Van Uoo(eu).,.H I) 1 2 I 1 R.milv, I., g, tlllll) 1 3 12 7 0 3 FIlaK.. eh. in. .Pore) 4 1 2 a 6 4 2 Dixie, b. tu. (Walsh) B fi 7 fi 1 2 4 busle Mar. b. m ,8 oile) 3 2 8 H ro. Jessie nheriuau.gr. m. (btevens). ,3 4 4 3 4 ro. Danville, ch.g. (Eiwell) S 6 5 4 3 ro. Ma) liar Medium, gr. in. (Drink- water) 7 7 8 7 6 ro. Time 2;27, :23?, 2:iBC,, 2:80, i-.Wh. S:31a, 2:34. sVnnt Co Flay f.aoiea. The Oriole liaieuall Club ohalleuge any club whose Players average I'.' years. Address Mark Lehman, 313 East Plfty-elghth street. The Woosters would like to arrange games with teams avetaglug in years. Address Prank CioLe, care of O. Clarko, Ho; Wooater street. The Brighton A. C, has Aui;. 2'., 20, and Kept. A open to play fur a reasonable (.'Ujie'itce. Address N. Brick arid, 272 Cle) eland street, Brooklyn. The Madonna Baseball Club would like to arrauge tore few more uul-oMowu games with club, uffeilng a suitable guarantee. Addrras Charles Klusler, rurt Lee, .V. J. The strong Suburban team of Tri mont would like to arrauge a game with au ..ut-of-tmrn club urri ring a fair guarantee for July 31. Address Jess Danilg. Tremont, New York city. Owing to cancellation tbe Den llur A. A. hsajuly 31 aud Aug, 14 opui to flist-vlnss learn- oiTi ring a suitable Kuaraule.;, Address J. A. Dcrlhuk, 131 t'auu bil.tc ttrirt, Brook I) n 'fheMI Carmel A C. would like to hear from clubs whose players average 13 years, also out of town rial offi ring a sullahlc gu&rautee. Address J. Bruu ner, 2tlU Pleasant suuue. luoSt John's College team hi July 31, Aug. 7, 2e. a.ld bent. 4 open to till with llrt-v ta.s teams giv ing u suit iule guar-intee Ad.Ucas Harry R.Meyers, lot) Lew's nieuue Ilio iLlyn. Ihe Planets hso rcurgauUiil, and want to book bJturda) an I holldajs with alt t.uins ueraglug be tmi-a l)itul liji-shi AddAss S, K Mtllluan, 471 Vau Mcleu a) enuu, Urookl u. Tim Oi hi II B O. would llko tu arruu,;i' gamea with out ,if tow u clubs ufli ring a suitable gu .rautiM', 1U0 milt 4 f roni New York clt. Adilrtss Allen Lassen, i Muyvc uut aveuue, Blooklvu The Alhletlosor New York hae Juljr J I still open, also a few Saturdays lu Auguit, und woubiUkoto bear from outnitiwu ilub offi rln j n asoaat lo In ducement,, Ad licus J. Molt liu)kas, 1401 Myrtle avenue, Uiooklu The Emplro A, A, cf Brooklyn liai July ill, Aug, 1, 7, II, 13, und VH Hie n, and would like to play first cliuis oul-of t'livu lubs olTfcr ij u suitable guarnteu; Wootbrldge, hunt') Draiue. ltlduwojd, nnd Crau ford A. C. preferinl. Ad Jres Ueorgo E. Williams, II17II uules aeiiLe, llroiklu. Ihe huiuf- r,ls Mould like some huuday sanies with tesuis offering u reasouahlo guarauloi, and also an ii.fi r for the niurnlna of I.sii.r Dar. IheHclu-dulH arranged la as fidons, July 21, Newark A. C;31. l.uierahU, Caliiollf I'rntectoryi Aug. 7, Rhirslile Held i luii: II, II iv- , go A.c.i a Newark PI, M Club. AdUnas E. U , Biker, Mamfurd. llvwlug .cite,, Thu annual regatta or the Long Islau I Rowing As sociation ulll take pla-i this arieruu u uttjlieips bead liar and there la every ludlcatmu that the affair will prom asucoess. Tho annual regatta of the Nonpareil Rowing Club firorihteH tu be quite an aquatic e ent uu tho Harlem Unr. It will la held In August Then wiro nlu ty. two entries in the regatta last year, aud It la ex pected Uu re will be mure this season. An effort will bi made to taduoa those bo take part la the national regatta at Philadelphia, to com. pelr lu a rett t wl 1 h Is proposed to li h- J :!ie week fblliiwlug at cava i City, Maryland, Pree trans toriutlon from Philadelphia aud hack pi orferud, wltb oanl. A large i rew from the Valencia Post Club of Hobo keu will lasu a trip tu Alh,uy nex . ctk, stopping at all th boat iluus long luo riit-r o i the Jourue), The uaraim n M retur.. by the AlPaii) Imalouthe foil wing sutur lay iiignt The st.,rt will bo u.ale on bunds) mnrnlu-ln afour-oareil burge, As I ho Nautilus Bout Club of Bsy Uldge will have a Junior four osred shell crew, u Junior four oareil gig crew, and an lutrrtueiltate four-oared si ell cri w lu tbe Luug Island regatta, au elght-oarrd barge party will row down to the regatta tali morning by way of Oravtsend Bay and the Coney Island creek, 2 icrc sKr.r, VICTOR BICYCLES, : I 1897 MODELS, 0,V A 1'AT.VXNT Or V, AXD 13 MOSX11T.Y l'ATMEXXS OF ' i ss..n X fitOO T.IST.) J ) Willi OKE YEAWS OVAEANXEE. J X VAI.lt OH WHITE E. G. P. CO., I ? nooMa oo axu 67, xiiinn moon, J 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. Z A'olesroom Open Monday Eeenlng s I Until 9 o'clock. t se4ss4t DHOll WANT AW RAMBLER? rirlngluyimr old wheel and we will make yon liberal nllownnee In trade. IB97 RAMBLERS $39 1897 IDEALS S3S tO $75 GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. , D8U-U15 ZIOUTIl AV.. NF.AR SfiTH ST.. N.Y. Lexington Cyclo Co. du-vutown agents, UO Vesey Crescent Cycles aU.OO A iTRCU. KTAllIl nllKflli CO.. arid ht. and lasaluaton At. SAOLdjKS MENTION "rRIALA?IYWlIZRBi every known make; call or send stamp for list; unsatis factory saddles taken In exchange. BICYCLE RAD DLUKZOUAN' '- '"' West Broadway, New York. fPIRKS, to pair, best 'ti7s: full warranty; five re JL pairs. MINERALIZED RUBBER CO.. 18 Cliff st. POLO., Tosnisji Arrnna-ed at Krwpori and lYarrncan sett Pier. Interest In polo now centres in the AngUBi tournaments at Knrrngansctt Tier nnd Newport. The RanieH w 111 brlntr together tho best plajers in tho Hoi-ton, Now York, nnd Philadelphia croups of clubs, with possibly sumo players from Buffalo, St, Louis, and Chicago. There is no prospect now that an English or French team will piny at Newport this season. The ilrnt tournoy will bo nt tho Point Judith Country Club, Narragansott Pier, Aug. 2 to Aug. 11. The principal prize will I e the Point Judith Challengo Cup, for teams of four, under tho Poio Association handicap. Individual trophies will bo added for each member of tho winning toam. Tho Challenge Cup may Lo played for in only one tournament each year, on the home field, until won out by thrco victories. It is open to teams receiving an ngcrcato handicap exceeding twenty goals. This moans that only first teams may play for tho trophy. In 1895 it was won by Itockaway, and last year by Mcadowbroolc, Tho othor competitions will bo for tbe Narragansatt cups, for teams whoss handicaps do not exceed twenty goals, and the Rhode Island cups, with lndlrldu.il nrlzos. for teams whose handicaps are not over ten goals. At Newport tho matches will be played oa Aug. 1SJ to Aug. 19. The prizes will be tho New. port cups, for teams of four handicapped under twenty goals, nnd the Westchester Polo Club V cups, for teams rated at an excess of twenty goals. Individual prizes will be added In coca il competition. Tho tournaments will probablv bo ' uluedou tbo old Held of the Wcxtcnester Polo Club, for the new field at the Newport Country Club, although $55,000 has been expended on II P during the pist tno years, is pronounced too H soft for fast pn'o. 1 Although somewhat early, the Polo Associa tion bus aleo sent uut the co'iditinns for the tournament at Hutrnlo. Aug. 2A to ?out. 4, The prizes are tho Country Club Cli.iUcnpo Cup, won In 1805 bj tlioChlcnk'nnnd lust year by the home team, and the- Iluffalo cups, (or teams whoso handicaps do not exceed ten goals. Kntrlcs for Nowport close on Aug. 2, and for Buffalo on Aug. 14. Ilahtln nnd Ills May Fight, The fact that Billy Brady and Dan Stuart arc to ba rivals In the fistic carnival arranged to take plwe next fall at Reuo and Carson Ctlr, Nev., as .fated t In yesterday's Scy. has created a good deal of talk. Htuart and Brady hare all along been regarlel u frit uds, and the announcement that they are to go It . alorenow bears much stguincance. Ktjart, beklles J pulling off the contests, will aim have It stlpcilit -d f that he Is to r lain the "picture privilege" It was I tat u yesti rda) that Bob Fluilmmons will fUur la ' tbe tournament, that Is, he will tie one nt the partlcl pauta. Oils Ruhlln, Billy Madden's new heaxy weight, wants to fight l'ltr. aud It Is likely that the champh a will take htm on for nrtceu or twenty rounds ror a tidy sum. which Biuart. It 1 ald, will hangup. Rnhllii may want to have the affair to a nulsh. lilt Is made worth the while, Pits will not object. oealp or the ltlna Bammy Kelly yesterday potted SI, 000 with AI hmlthfor a mat.'h with Dave bulltvan. Jack McKeek and I ouls Meyers Sammy Meyers's brother, are to 1hx a limited uuinber of rounds at Hartford In a few weeks. Tu date of the Walcott-Ureen flcht at San Pran. clsio has tieen Hied for Aug. SO. "Mysterious Billy" bmltll bascl.alltugtd the winner. Pred Emerlch, who Is now training Joe Bernstein, has an unknown heavy welgLt who be thinks will make a name for himself u the ring some day. Km erlch's heav) weight, who Is snlJ to be extremelr clever, will he tried out next week at Newark, ns will lmx Charle) Ktiuug In private. ! Al Ullman of Baltimore, a rather promising middle weight, wauts to met Kid McCov, UllmaSi and McCoy met a few years ago, anl the Kid was victorious. Uillnau decfires that his work lu the ring slni-e then warrants a return match. Ullmaa will tight McCoy at lo- iMiuuds. It li not very likely that Young Orlffo will ever gel a i name to Hghi In San Francisco. Koontly the manager or the erratlo Australian wrote to the mittli maktr or a certain club lu i.u l'rancisco a-llug how much money the organization wiuld gliefo; ilrino aud l.at 1,-ne The reily which enmo I a"k staled thai Grlffo mi not wantfd ou thi Pacltlu count. Jack Mmtdenof BriKiklyn.w tote rise In the bantam weight class was checked by several defeats, woull like to go to ban Pranclsco and ng'it Jimmy Anthony. Madden declares that be 1, readr tu post a rorfelt for a aide I! of $500 to SI.UOO. Of course this t-oiiu a under the stipulation that the mill Is to be decided wlthtu six wucks' time Casper Leon has . alltd "Eplke" Sullivan, who ro. centl) sild that he Put an "unknown " whom he would llko to match aTHtnst CapLr. Leon claims the 10opouu 1 en imp. unship, and says that If spike's unknown who JssuM in bo no oiher th m tils br iner Have, w, II cover ills deposit ut Ihe f'ollie lu.e'le of. Hoc. a match cau le arraugtd. lauu aud hulUan laenlread) luetluthu ring. JiMiOaus, thi colored fcaiher weight, an I AI Her fort, his fnriniir inauagi r, met In llaltliuorB Ihe iiltu r day. ami lliTfupl tried tn puti h up a truce with his I protgH Hans howeer, n fused lu have anything lo do llh Hi rfunl In a managerial w ay and so matters weretlroppel duns Is to box twenty rounds with Jlmnhp), another colon d youth, at Hull Injure U f re the Eniplrn Athletlo Club next Mmuln) night, rtbiy halls from Boston, aud good llstlo critics say that be Is a lomer, From all accounts Jim Jeffries, the California heavy weight, w ho, It was claimed by Western aiurts, ha I a in ai chance to i ocu'u" t eay weight cham pion, la not tho lighter hi wns i mi kid up to b la Jeffrlea's i uoouhtcr w Itli uu- Ruulln at bai Kraia is o ou July lo, nhKli eiuiiil In ailruw. Jirtrleau-as a .! nppolntnii nt lluhlln lit out ihe pm c rrom i c s art nml miide Jelfrl s look eery ih -tip i)nl in the lu,l roui.il il.il JeiTmn show any tlud uf form J ir.is can't use his riant In n i mr) 11 Ills most ht .! is baud Is the left i.n.1 ho d - not hit s.ruUht fruit the I eh'iuller at that. Nkm KLrss Jul) .l it looks as though 'lanl nxer Duu Hyauof HieSI lernur I Athletic Clll'i il uoi be able tu pnil oir th ilglus bo his roceulli ar. ranged In New York The irenaol the club It lu t IVruspl parish. Just laiiml Hi II no of Nuw Orleans, and It was expected In this way ti) re'aK tti o ty I police, yet draw thu city spurn out. Then lie nurl ' imlloii Jury hit taken rogiilraiicn of tin mailer, anl has drulded tiiatiess thu club for 1 1(1.000. im I tlul) I for each Hunt lu the parli'i, the sami li usu s oharged In New- Orleans. The Olympic i luh of rhli cltyfjunillt Imposilhle to inse puglll m pa) at ' these figures, und tho ht. IWin.nl Club Is rtlll l n I llki-lytu losu Manager Itys.ii la nieil d h r" lo InlerviHle with the police 1ury, lu.t th,i pop. e Jurorl are dtierml I tu ilionan the price an I 'n Ihai f th clvi' 4 li offer stte'i lu sums to Uu p. h t ' n I uffonl to ay t ie ar,hnell H n. ' "BRIGHTON" ' I RACES TO-DAY T i2i30 P. M. , jft t0UtiB&2ZA??&l'-' flslBeHBBei