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I BOSTONS BADI.Y BEATEN.
ft ItXtr TOniiH BAT KLOnEDAXZ'a jjj ovnrxs azx, ovee the field. SJaye Meat Intprave la Thlr trark-Baltt. rr nil rrem Ik Philadelphia, While Ike Cincinnati Arc (bat Out br Cbleaco TCahlna;ten anil Cleveland Ala CM Tim, 1)7 heavy batting and Improved playing all ,.'' around, ths New York partially got square for tbelr double defeat of Thursday, by administer mr, tngasound thrashing to tho Hoston yesterday. a The Baltimore meanwhile defeated the I'hlla- il delpblas again, and reducod tbo Bostons' lead rt' to 20 point". Hnnlon's men alio took a clear vg bold upon lecond place, as the Cincinnati were ft abut out by the Chicago and are now 00 points I aheaii of the Kerr York. The defeat of tho I'hlladolphlns allowed ths Loulsvlllcs to take '$ aeTtnth place, although they did not play. The S' Brooklyn were again beaten br tbo Washing iVi tons, who aro dangerouilr near Barnle's men. m BU Louis foil beforo tho Cleveland. The results! S New York, 1 ; Uoitoti. 8. Baltimore, 8 Philadelphia. I. 'A Washington, 7 1 Brooklyn, 3. ;fi Chicago, 2; Cincinnati, 0. SE; Cleveland, 0 St, LouU, 6. r. Tnc niconD, fjJV Vri JYr S' . Clubt. TTon.Lotf.Crnf.1 Club$. Wcn.Loat.Cint. i'.- ' boston H4 22 .e88lLouUvllie....4S 68 .448 , Baltimore.,, .69 no .00S,Pblladlphla.49 08 .447 ;f -. ' Cincinnati.. ..BR HI .fllpittsburg 1 61 ,t A Maw York... .08 80 .o85Prooklyn 08 ' K Cleveland. ...411 411 .683 Wablngton..8S 08 .81)8 M Chicago 48 00 .4796i. LouU 9B 7i .1100 S; I NBW YORK, 14j nOSTOJf, 0. it'1 LastTueiday Klobedans, tho star left-hander of fj the Bostons, shut the Now Yorks out without a ( run and held tbsm down to two hits. Ycster- f'-,; dar, at the Polo Q rounds, Klobedans tried to v., hypnotlxo the Now Yorks again, and fallod slg- ji nallr. Itruatterodnot whether he uied speed, ' curves, or slow balls, Joyce's men banged his S? delivery all over the lot until the Boston fielders V. were log-weary. Mlko Sullivan, on tho other if hand, was not the easr mark that the crowd of ; 0,800 expected him to bo. Barring one Inning, ho wasfortunato In keeping his hits scattered, & and showed good control. J Manager Joyco, smarting under tho defeats of p Thursday, concluded to adopt radloal measures. $ XIo proceeded to lay off Mike Tlornan, who, $ Joyce claims, has not been playing up-to-date 'a ball, and in the veteran's placo ho placed young if' MoCreery, recontly secured from Louisville In . exchange for " Dad" Clnrko. Tho new man lost L no time In convincing tho big crowd that ho Is f, very fast Ir all departments. He mado a big bit fi at tbo bat with three rattling two-baggers, did fh some of the liveliest bass running Imaginable, ; and accepted a hard drive In clean style. As a v natural consequonce, McCrccry was llonlied by fl tbe spectators, and the honest hard-working - fellow who has been claying right field hero H for a doien rears past was temporarily ?f forgotten. Joyce also decided to resumo 'ilt,. wort at third baso, as Donnelly's batting has "p been a disappointment. The New York Captain tl also wlshod to be on the field so as to encourage Ij, his men, and did not caro to displace Clark at 5 first, who has beon playing Bplondld ball. These 33 moves, theroforc, wero considered wise when A the game was over, as the batting strength of ft. the team was undoubtedly Increased. 5f That usually reliable shortstop Herman Long M; had one of his off days. It seemed impossible S for blm to pick up easy grounders, while his W throwing arm appeared to bo in trouble. Ho i made four costly errors, and was alone respon- !f iiblo for about six of New York's fourteen runs. tRoveral other members of tho Boston team were guilty of poor plays, which could not be covered by the scoring rules. They consisted of poor ft backing up. being caught napping off bases, and II blunders of that sort. In striking contrast to e their usually brllliaiit work. w The fielding of tho New Yorks was excellent. '!( Davis and Ulcason. between them, accepted v eighteen out of nineteen chances. Holmes J? made a wonderful running catch, and also Vi taught a man at third with a flno throw. Duvis 't 'nd Varnornleo distinguished themselves with $ Ihelr bats. Hill Clark hit in hnrd luck, Collins vf tnd Hamilton depriving him of two safo drives. JTi" Tbe umpiring of Lynch and Carpenter was na f!; foar perfection as It could bo. Lynch called Kj' palls and strikes without a single mistake, and re' pirpenter, on tho bases, received chances for H7, Mreral close decisions, which In oach Instanco ff were correctly rendered. Carpenter fined War- Eil her $25 for kicking on a strike In tho second a gm Thursday, and also thrcutcned to put tho HI catcher out of tho gnme. vT' The New Yorks scored two runs In the first Si Inning on McCrcory's double and steal of third, Yj Joyce's hit by pitcher. l)avlsN single, and Klobc- l dans s error of Judgment In not throwing IS Joyce out at the plate Instead of retiring tlien- ff aonattlrst. In tho third, two banes on balN, tl one single, two wretched errors by Ing, and an jl Out netted four more runs for Joyce's men. Ct. Again. In tbe fifth, the locals rolled up Mvo runs Sr on n i error by Long, singles by Holmes. Chirk. 'is and W arner, doubles by Hiilllvon. Van Haltrcn, H ni McCroery, and n poor throw by Htahl. Two- S baggeni by pnvlsand Clark. Warner's single, a Af- ' nelder choice, and somo good base running i& by Davis yielded three more nnd made New f 3r York's total 14. ft , The Bostons scored their first run In tho third IS inning on doubles by Hamilton and Tcnnoy. In 'Si- Jh fourth they sized up Sullivan for fourtal- !," lies. Collins doubled, Lowe scratched, and Her- M nen received a bnso on ballB. With tho bags 'it tilled Klobedans hammered the ball clean to tho lis centre field ropes for thrco bases, and scored t himself on an out. After that Sullivan kept tho ,ffl. visitors well In check. The score: " Toaic I Boaioj. VT' . a.l. r.o.A.r. R.ln.r.o.i.r. if,. Van n'lt'n.ct 1 18 0 0 Hamllton.cM 2 V o 0 ft McOresrr, rf.U 8 10 O.Teuney. tb.. OHIO ; Joroo. 8b. ...I! 0 10 lI.onK.au 0 list Sk, , t.i a 4 s l Dutry, if o u u o o ff Oleaaon, !b..9 0 4 0 0 Buhl, rf o lull . Holmet. ir...a l l l o'Colilm, ob...i i t :i o X- ClSTk. lb....fl BUI O'lAwe. Sb....a 1880 yi- Warner, C...0 U 4 1 0,UerKen,ii....l 0 8 0 0 i Sulllian. p...l lis 0 Klob'tlant.p.l 2010 ft ' Total!.... 14 1527 17 Si Totali.....33 it 21 12 "o i;; New York 3 0 4 0 5 : 0 0 ..14 Hi Boston o 0140001 o o ' Earned run New York. B: Boston. 4. Tmvlnn !& btu-Van Haliren. MoCreery (8). uarla, Clark, Sum V van. Hamilton, Tenney, Collins. Three-bate lilt s' Klobedant. Stolen banes JlcCreery. Uleaion. First IV baaa br errors New York, s Huston, I. First base it,4. oa balls Off Hulllvan, 4i off Klobedan. H. strnek (' rnt Dy SulllTin. 8; by Klotwdans, 1. lilt br pltcb. a- r By KlobeUam, 1. Urt on bases New York, Hi ,t Boston. 10. Wild pltcb Sullivan. Tlin hours anl a 10 tnlnotes. Umpires Lynch and Carpenter. Atteud U. anee 0,000. t. WARniNOTOX. 7; nitOOKLYN, 3. Hp' Washinoton, Aug. in. The homo team won f again to-day from tho llrooklyiis, clinching tho ' frame by nbatllngrully In the sixth Inning. In .S pw mnlng four singles off I'ayno netted thrco SB, Tlln.! t'!'.0 "' which wero earned. Barring the m , lth, Hayno pitched effectively, etriklng out '. Manager 'torn Brown thrco times. The visitors were unable to tiimpcr with the delivery of ?w,?lm' . Th hlB fellow hold the visitors down to flvo hits, and although ho wns a ttlflo wild, JV'."1 th? ba5(''' on. bnlls ll prtbonted to tho visitors (ggr cut no figure In the mattcrof run getting. Score: W WAsmsoroN. I krooklvx. r It. 1 II. r.O. A, X. K.1UPOAZ slbach.f...l 1 o 0Jon.s.rf.....l 0 a o 0 Brown.ef....o o a 0 sonnin.ef ..12401 pemont, ss,.0 2 4 2 liRhliidlr, aii.,0 1 0 u u lloOulre. c.,.1 1 8 2 0 Anderson. If.o o 1 0 0 Tucker, lb. n 2 Ia. Kmlth. o..o l a o o O'Brien, 2b. ,1 12 1 0 Miocb, 2b. ...0 U 1 4 0 iT- T,.:-y. H 1 l "urrill, lb...l 1 o a o Wiilry,8b.,0 2 1 2 0 l'ajrne. p 0 0 12 0 waim, p...,0 u 1 0 0 o. biiillli, ss.o 0 2 8 1 Totals 7 127lo"4 Totals. ...Jii '62T1TII Waihlngtonl 2 0 11 0 0 :i 0 2 . 7 ". Brooklyn 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 11 0-3 ! ?.rn., runs Washington. 4, First bass by errors 1, Washington, 2: llrooklyn, 8. U-ft on bases Wasb- '! Ington, I Uroukljn, 0. First bao 011 balls Off , Bwatrn. 0. Mruck out My Kwalm. i by 1'synr. a. IIouw run Hvlbaeb. Three-base hlt-Ablier. Two bass hlts-l)einontrevlll. Tucker, hhlmlle. HscrMcn P.l, S."ou' DouUlo plays Nhoeb, O. Btulth and llurrlllt Urinomrvvllle and Tucker, lilt by pitcher Br bwalrti. 1. wild pltch-l'ayne. Umplre-Emslle. Time 1 hour and 06 nilnutes, ruLTixoBx, 8j rmtansLriiu, 1, it?7,V.l;,f "' " li'.-The I'blladelphla's luabll- . , iiX.Jyfrs.p" ""' .""1 """ """' w,ll,;n Baltimore , j ' round Flfleld accounts for I ho one-sided score or to. tm; iH 'ta,,,.'".. "altlniore played a perfect fleldln ffif i-muoEuiiu. I miTiBonit. eMi' Coe:er.er..u i r, o o Keeler.rf.... a o o Wr SJrh-lIf'if"n 2 u '"JnnlnVs. .; 1 a a 0 'VVi Jsl h ty. lf,.0 0 2 1 0 Krlley, If 1 2 u o n 9S-1 Bhugart, ss,.l 1 1 2 aDoyle.ib. 1 a rt 2 o 3S5". 2er,,yj'""0 1 n 4 0 Oulun. llb..,l liin l4 SnFfr.,d,0" a o Clarke. b.. a 2 7 0 0 jWf ruiew,p o v i u o Nop., p.."o aiio WJ. Totals.,.,." "osTthoI Totals i8 1027"o Ji PWIsdslphls 0 OOOUOOOll $: Baltlraort i aaouoiaoHa iv- Earned runs llaltlmore, 8 I'hlladelDhia 1 Tn. ' ft?' l.,,'-SBUKart.NMh.LVoe7ittnV,l'. Uaerinc A S1!.' tft ou ba--Phlladlbhla, 7i liiltimor. ' r biruck ov.t-Coolcy (8), liond, Lalole UeFaHand' . V" f ai Ijulna. First nasi lVrrors-lialtimori II First MP baasou b.ll.-0!T Sopsfai off AnVld l Tim o m. hours aud 89 inluutca. tJiuplre-KellyT Tlm-a WMl CtXVXUSP, ST. ICIS, 0. fg- ffi&w?&ns m MP r,u, rifbsil Call ou ths held kuSkad iSJfi' Been a bens run. BeekaltxU played to-day. bat ws unable to either Held or run. Bcorei cuvxusd. I sr. torn. n.lB. r.o,i. K.I a. Is. r.o. A.m. Bnrkett.lf... 110 0 Douglass, lb.1 SHOO HeKean, st.,0 0 t lTurnsr. W...0 0 0 0 0 ChlMi, b... 1 0 8 7 jHou'rnn, rf.l 10 0 0 Wallace, 3b. I 1 0 1 O.Hartmn,8b.O 8 110 SoekTsls.rf.O 10 1 oILallr, If 1 1 a 0 0 rickerlDg.cM 8 4 0 0 Ilallman, tb.l 0 8 8 0 Tebean. lb.,0 1 11 1 O.Crosa, as 1 114 0 7lmmfr,c.,.l a ft 0 O'tlarley, ct...0 a B 0 0 Wilton, p.. ..0 111 O.Murphy, 0...0 0000 Hart, p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 18 87 14 8 1 Totals-. ... 0 10 84 8 0 Cleveland , 9 0 0 1 0 S 0 0 ..0 Bt.Louls., 0 0 0 S 1 1 1 0 0-S Earned runs Cleveland. 4 Bt. Louis, 1. First bate by errors St. LouU. 2, Left on bases Cleveland, Oi St. Louis. 8. First bats on balls Off Wilson, 3 1 off Hart, a. Struck out Dy Wilson. 4 1 by Hart. 4. Home run Douglass. Tr.ro bits hits Wallace. Pickering, Lally, Two-base hit Plekertnir. Baortnca hit liar ley. Stolen bases Cross, Barley. Houseman, Hart- Elan. Double play McKean, Chlhls and Tebeau. lilt y pitcher By Wilson. 1. Wild pltch4Iart. ruled ball Murphy. Umpire tlurtt. Time 1 hour arid 40 minutes. cniciao, at axeman, 0. CixctintiTt, Aug. 18. The Chlcagos shut eat ths Cln- elnnatls to-day. the batting on both sides being light. Bulnei and orlfflttu wars the startwlrlers. Thusoorai cuciksati. cmcioo. a. la. r.o. a. t. n. Is. r.o. a. b. Itltchte,lf....o lnii Kvcrett.3b..u a a a l Hoy. cf 0 0 8 1) 0 Decker, ir... II 1 a 0 0 Corcoran, st..o 1 a D 0 Lange, of. ...a 8 4 0 0 lleekley. lb.,0 10 1 0 Anson, lb... 0 2 la 0 0 trwin.8b...,0 0 8 8 ORyan.rf 0 8 0 0 0 Miller, rf ...,0 800 0 Callahan. ss.O 0481 U(Phee, Sb.,0 0 4 8 0 Connor. 8b.. .0 0 8 4 0 iti,o o i a l o onmths, p.,.o o o t o nhlnct, P....0 Oil 0 Klttredgs, e.O 0180 Bchrlver....0 0000 Totals a 0S718 8 Totals 0 MS7 11 1 Datted for ltblnes In the ninth. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Chicago 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 a Two-base hits Corcoran. Hitler, Decker, Everett. Stolen bases Lang, lrwln. Ityan. First base on balls-Off ortmths. 8. Struck out By Ilhlnrs. 8. lilt by pitcher arlffltha, l.Tlme I hour and SB minutes. Umpire O'Day. Attendanea 8.000. Atlantic agua Games. AT tAKCASIXa riRsi ours. it. n. c. Lancutsr 0 8 0 0 4 4 10 011 10 1 Faterson... 0 00180100 0 SB Batteries Yeager and Rothi Vlau and Westlaks. SICOSD OAKX. Laneastsr 0 8 0 0 10 14 110 11 8 PaUrson 8 0000002 0-5 18 4 Batteries Clausen and Went! Flaherty and West lake. at xonrouc a. n. a. Norfolk 0 OOloioo o a 0 o Hartford 1 0 0 1 0 a 0 0 4-8 0 0 Batteries MeFarland and Bnyderi Bowea and Roach. at rucuBOiin rmsT oausl. n, n. c. Richmond 0 0 0 1 0 0 a 0 8 a 10 8 Newark 0 0 0 0 0 a 1 3 10 11 S Patterns Schmidt and Foster! Johnston and Zear foss. sxcoso oinc a. n. x. Richmond 0 0 0 8 17 r 4 Newark 8 10 0 8-0 4 0 Batteries Chesbro and Foster; Carrtck and Roth-fuss. BUs stem league Can. at BcrraLo. a. n. a. Buffalo a 0800010 09 ia s Uontreal a 10 0 0 0 10 1 S 10 0 Batteries Brown and Smiths McFarlane and Zatiner. At Wllkesbarre llaln. Hew Rngland Ivaaua Games. At Kw Bedford Newport. 7l New Bedtord, 8. At Taunton Taunton, Oi Pawtuckat, 4. At Fall River Brockton, 2; Fall River, 1. Other Games. aT stuDoxroHT niurt oasol Msrlden 4 0 8 110 0 0 1 10 7 8 Bridgeport 0 u 0 0 B 1 0 1 018 18 0 Batteries Clements, Corcoran, and Thletem Dunne and O'llourke. SICOKD OAMX. Merlden 0 0 4 0 1118 111 18 11 Bridgeport 2 0 0 0 0 3 10 a 18 18 ft Batteries Corcoran and Thlesant Dnnleavy and O'ltourke. Orator" O'ltourke In at now. BaiDOxroRT. Conn., Aug. 13. "Orator" Jim O'Rourke. the former National League ball player, gave an exhibition of rowdy bait playing In th gams here to-day. Tbo game was the first of a doubl header between the Bridgeport and Uerldensof the Connecticut League. In the fifth Inning Courtney, llerldcn's shortstop, lifted a high fly over the left fielder's head for a bome run. The ball was fielded In fast and reached the plate with tho runner. Court ney collided with O'llourke at the plate, both players taking a bard tumble. Courtney scram' led back to touch the plate, and as he lay proetrate O'Rourke ran up and struck him a terrlflo blow with his fist upon the left temple. Courtney was knocked sense less and was carried to tho 1ench. The Merlden players surrounded O'Rourke and for a tew moments a riot seemed Imminent. Police officers kept the crowd back and succeeded In molli fying the Irats players. Courtney was unable to con tinue In the game and will be laid up tor several days. Capt. Corcoran of the Miidcns threatens to have O'Honrke arrested ou a charge of assault and battery. Daseball Gaines To-Day. SATIOXli. I.EiOCE sun ahekicax assocjstios. Boston at New Yorki Brooklyn at Washington! Baltimore at Philadelphia; Chicago at Cincinnati; LoultvUle at rittsburgs St. Louts at Cleveland, EASTER LKAOCE. Toronto at Buffalo; Montreal at ayracuaei Scranton at Wllkesbarrei Springfield at Providence. ATLAXTIC LEAOCE. Newark at Richmond; Peterson at Lanoastart ITart ford at Norfolk; Athletics at Reading. BnOOKLTS AUATECn ASSOCIATION. St. Peters vs. Worth A. C; Sidney vs. Resolnt. OTHER OAMES. Orsnge A. C. vs. Qeneseo All Colleglat team, at Orange Oval. Arlington A. A. vs. Wattcsslng A. C at Kearny Oral. Nutlcy A. C. vs. Rlrerdale F. C. at Nutley. Utaten Island C, C. vs. Montclalr A. C, at Liv ingston. Euglewood F. C. vs. Orltanl F. C. at F-nalewood. Arliugtous vs. Liberty Hosu Association, at Valley Btreatn. Nationals vs Sidneys, at Rldgowood Fark, L. I. WoodbrldgeA. A. vs. Volunteer A. A., at Wood bridge. Mount Vernon Y. M. C. A. vs. Murray mils, at Mount Vernon. West End F. C. vs. Cranford A. C, at Cranford. Rtamrord vs. Cuban X Ojant. at Stamford. Hldgewood F. C. vs Union F. C, at Itldgewood. Y. SI. C. L. vs. Brcwsters, at Tarrylown. Newark F. C. vs. South Orange F. C, at South OraOKe. Crescent B. B. C. vs. Athletics, at Greenwich. Oornersvl le vs. Brooklyn F. C, at Oarnersvllle. Krrrltt 11. U. C. vs. PaclAo A. C at Jersey City. JeSerson A.C. vs. Bay Ridge A. C, at Newark, Loyola A. A. vs. Momaroncck A.C, at Matnaronsck. Baseball .otes. D. C Seven games. T. Ward. At Pittsburg. H. A. Orosner. The first game. M. T. Clement Wusserman. First bass. Joyce says ho will use Dokeny in next week's games. Two Brooklyn Cranks. Peterson should win the bet. Little Bob. Buffalo was In the National League In 18B0. W. 1. R. The first wai tbe regularly scheduled game. II. H.-J. N. wins. Ills salary Is about 11,200, ao cordlug to common report. E. L. V. He pitched against the New Yorks In 1888 and joined tbe New York club In 1 H00. Another game has been arranged between the lluntelalr A. c. and Orltanl Field Club, to be played on the Orltanl's grounds on Sept. 11. James Fisher. It Is'L. " '.by tho Cleveland club, but must be surrendered so that It may be played for by the teams tlnlshlug first and second this season. Tbe Brighton A. C. has Labor Day (two games) open for a reasonable guarantee: out-of-town clubs pre ferred. Address N. Brickfield, 4tl7 Clevelaud street. Brooklyn. The Suburban Baseball Club of Harlem would Ilka to hear from clubs whose players average between 14 and 10 years, for Sundays. Address Patrick Lougbran, 240 F.ost 127th stroet. The Lexington. Jrs., would like to meet teams whoso players average 14 years, baturdays In August. Sundays and legal holidays open, Address D. Van dour, 202 Eaat Seventy-third street. The Newark A. C. baa Saturdays In August and Sep. tember open, alto Labor Day (two games), to play away from home with any good club offering a suit able guarantee. Address Charles Smith, inenaa-er 811 Jertersou street, Newark, N.J. Before yesterday's game began a couple of tough clllteng leaned oyer th graud stand and began to call Uinplro Carpenter vile names. Umpire Lynch, who overheard tbeui, quickly shut them up by threst rnlug to have them ejected from tbe grounds. In ac cordance with the rules. ' .k.V,.Mc.M" fewark.-TheNjw Yorks could have won the first game with the Bostons on Thursday If Wilson had noi muffed a throw at the plate. The score under those circumstances would have been 1 to Oat the end of the ninth Inning. At It was. the New lurks were outplayed at every point In the twelve Innings. 2. With possibly oneexceptlon, the Bostons have a better outfield and Infield" Gossip r tbe lllng. dJn To'dVy?" ' ,U t0 '"T for Am,rlc 'rota Lon Day Sullivan's hands are getting better, and U nothing happens the IlltlalrliU bantam will Us s.ea In the ring again before long, Prof. Jimmy Kelly will start with Dan Lynch next week for San Francisco. Kelly will goto tbeFaclna coast to join Eddie Connelly, whom l?e U ti tralnfor tho latter' contest with Owen Zifgler. John Donoho has under bit management a colored lad known as " Young Dlion." Donohoe would like to match him against Eddy Uoodbody. Frank Maio ff.Vtf V"',,,r uo "S" m,n ln 'he ring. Donoboi says be Is also prepared to furnlsU a side Ut for his Baseball, Pole Grounds, To-Day, tin r. M. Nw York vs. Boston. 4du itlrvk,.j- ' npTtt fTrr III ,i MA'l44'.4i4"W44'4?44' -Mit .ySiV.y f.$is. 'mammmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmm44444444 NEVTS OF WHKfiLMI JIUHT MICBAEZ 1TOT BXD1WO VP TO ronx IX ritACTIOS. Tbe Utile Walsh-am Will Meet a rerrerfal AaUgontst In b Crala Ons-Heitr Cn iMt-onctat iBrsnaallasi Begardlag Bead Hercabents-Hanr Beetntkle Iteates Xete. Jimmy Mlchaol ln his practice work doe not seem to be riding In hit usual form. On Thursday he covered ten miles in 10 minutes 60 3-C seconds. Ills pacemaker draw th little rldor out a fast a possible eaoh day, but he 1 often unablo to hold them. There 1 a general feollng among tho friend of Frank Starbuck, who will meet Mlchaol In a one-hour con test next Saturday, that the Philadel phia rider will win. Mlehftel' repeated victories over tho American distance men this year have been attributed to his exoel lent paelng. Starbuck in this match will have twenty-four pneemnkeri. Including some of th best men ln tho country. Ths hour record ot 3S4 miles, hold by Stock of England, will llkoly withstand all attempt to break It, unless tho match race between the two rider is run off lato ln the afternoon, when the gale that dolly blow across tho track ha subsided. Starbuok Is expected at tho track on Monday to commeno training. Rider who have discovered the road ln the country districts ln poor condition lately, owing to the heavy rains, will find that the macadam and dirt road have now rccovored their custom ary good condition. Tho advice rocelved at the New York State division ot tho L. A. W. yester day regarding tho condition ot tbo rood here abouts are as follows; New York Th roads In Harlem and Westchester are In good condition. Seventh avenue Is being raao adamtted from 110th street to Csntral Bridge. Th roeds through Klngsbrldg snd We tt Farms are ex cellent. Tbe ruts and holes at Bronx River bridge are tctng repaired. Through Bronxvtlle, Chappaqua, Chester, Cornwall, Corawall-cn-Uudson. Dobbs Ferry, Flshklll Landing, Fort Montgomery.Oarrlson's, ITaver straw, Highland, Highland Falls, Matteawan, Mont gomery, Nanuet, Newbnrg, New Rochelle, Sing Sins, Tarrytown, Turner's. Wathlngtonvllle, West Point, and White Plains the roads are excellent. Long Island Through Eastport, Far Rockaway, Freeport, Hempstead, Lawrence, Nortbport, Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson. Rockvllle Centre, and Sea Cliff the roads are In good shape. New Jersey Good riding will be found around Elis abeth, Englewood. Fords. Freehold, Lakewood, New ark, l'lalnfleld, Princeton, Rahway, RoaeUe, Shrews bury, Trenton, and Westtleld. The roads through Pennsylvania are reported good. Tho open challengo Issued by Luclan Lesna. tho Swiss rider, to meet Jimmy Michael or Frank Starbuck in a match raca at any distance from ten miles upward, ha been taken up by ?!tarbuck, and arrangement have been mado or the two riders to meet on Aug. 28 at the Charles Hirer Park track, Boston. Tho dls tnnco will bo twonty-fivo miles, paced, for a purso ot $1,500. This will be tbs first, mntch raco In which the foreigner ho engaged ln this country. New Brunswick, N. J.. Aug. 13. The road between this city and Elizabeth will again be tho soene of an attempt at record breaking by A. W. W. Evans to-morrow, when be will make an attack upon the Stato record for 100 miles ot 0 hours and 3d minutes, made by R. II. Searlcs In October. 1B04. Evans will also try to excel his own Stato record for fifty miles. London. Aug. 13. At the Sydenham bicycle track yesterday riatt-Uctts broko the English records for from two to ten miles Inclusive. He rode flvo miles lu 8 minutes 53 4-5 seconds, and ten miles inlr) minutes 2 2-0 seconds. On Tues day last he rode Ova miles ln 8 minutes 06 sec onds, which then broke tbe record for that dis tance. R0CTK8. T. Williams. To ride through Belleville to Pater 'son. N. J., crou to Jersey City and go through Ex change plaoe to Hudson street, to Henderson street, to Mercer street, to tbo nudson County Boulevard, to the Newark plank road, to Newark: take Belleville avenue to Belleville, to Montgomery street, to Bloom field avenue, to Rloomfleld, to Montolalr. to the val ley road, to Faterson. Tbe distance la about twenty three miles. W. V. B 1. To rid from South Coventry to New London. Conn., and after crossing to Sag Harbor, L. L, to follow the south shore of Long Island to 180th street and 8ventb avenue, thla olty, take the follow tne routei Oo to Windham, Lebanon. Yantlc,Thame vllle. and New Londont cross to Sag Harbor, continue to Brldgebampton. to Southampton! cros tho Shin necock nils: from tbe foot of the hills then It a abort walk to Canoe Place: then go to oood Uround, Quogue. WestbamptonJand Speonk; cross the rail road to Eastport, East Moriches, Centre Moriches West Moriches, South Haven, Brook Haven, Btllnort, and Patehogue : follow th mala road to Bayport avenue to Bayport: continue through Sayvllle, OaLdale. Southstde Club. East Isllp, blip, Bay Shore. Babylon, Amltyvllle, Matsapequa, Hearord, Rldgewood. Bellmore. Merrick. Freeport, Mlllburn, Rockvllle Centre, and Feanalla to Valley stream; follow th Mrrtck roal to Jamaica, to Broadway, to Glenmore avenue, to Ston avenue, to tbe Eastern Parkway, to Ledtord avenue; ride to the ferry and cross to Eaat Twenty-third street; ride through Twenty-second strret tu Lexington avenue, to Twenty sixth street, to Madison avenue, to Fifty-eighth street, to Fifth avenue, to Central Park; go through the Park to HOtbstreetandSeTenthavenue; follow the latter to IRSth street. 2. In riding rrom Bouth Coventry In Thompson, Conn., go to Willi, mantle. North Windham. Hainptou, Ablneion. Put nam. Nortb Thompson, and Thompson. 3. We do not think there la one. L. A. To rlda from Peterson. N. J., to Port Jervls, N. Y., passing through Pomptou and Deckertown, fol low llaledon avenue to lialedon. to the Preakneia road, to the turnpike, to Porapton; continue to Deck rton and direct to Port Jervls. Ray d Camp. In riding from Oarrlton'a to Sing Sing, N. Y., take the turnpike to Feeksklll to Ming Sing. Jerome Fast. To ride from Carlatadt, N. J., through Newark to Plcton, N. J., follow Cromwell avenue through Lyndhurst to Arlington, to Kearny avenue, to Newark : follow Fn llugbuyiu-n avenu to Elliatx-tb, to St. Oeorge avenue, to the Weetfiald road, to Cen tral avenue, to Ploton. 8. M. F To ride to Far Hills, N. J., cross over to Jersey City, and go through Exchange place to Hud son street, to Henderson street, to Mercer street, to the Hudson County Boulevard, to the Newark plank road, to Newark; follow Springfield avenue through Irvington, Hilton, and Springfield to Summit! take the l'eaaalo Valley road to Stirling, Basking Ridge, Mine Brook, and Far Ullls. The distance U about thirty-six miles. A. C. C In rldln from Fifty-ninth street and Fifth avenue to New Britain, Conn., take the route to Nor walk, Conn., printed In Tnc Bt'js yesterday t cross the railroad to South Norwalk; follow the Shor road to Baugatuck church, near the railroad t follow Rlver alde avenue to the Weatport drawbridge; cross bridge to Southport, Fairfield, and Bridgeport icroaa the river and take the turnpike to Stratford, Mllford, Merwln's Holm, West Haven, and New Uavsnioon tlnue to Wellington!, Merlden, Berlin, and New Britain. Cycler. To ride from New London, Conn., to thla city, go tbruugli Jordanville. (Jranltevllle, Nlantlc. South Lyme, Lyme and I.ymo ferry: cross tbe Con necticut Hirer to Saybrooki then go to Clinton, Madt aon. Oullforl, Ilranford and New Havent from there reverse tho route to New Britain, printed In The Sen thla morning, to New York. C. P. I.. To rid-i to Htontngton, Conn., reverse th route from New London to tl Is city printed In Tux Bus this morning: leaving New London cross the Thames River to Oroton and go through Poquonnock and Mystlo Bridge to Btonlngton. The distance Is about 120 miles. Oeorge Y. Waltb. To ride from 110th street and Eighth avenue toUlen Island go through 110th street to Fifth avenue, to Mount Morris Park: ride around the park to Fifth avenue, to lilfith street, to the Madi son avenue bridge; cross the bridge to 1118th street, to Willis avenue, to Westchester avenue, tn West Chester: keep to the left of Pelbem road one mllet then follow It to City Island and Travers Island, and cross to Olen Island. Thedlatam-e Is about thirteen miles. Tbe roads are iu good condition and fairly 0, F. R. To ride from Lake Hojmtoorg to Asbnrr Park, N, J., pasting throueh Mllfnrd and Trenton, no to Mine mil. Flandrs, Oern an Valley. Callfon, Hlgb Bridge, Plattenburg, and Mllford : continue through Frenchtown. Stockton, Lambertvllle. Tltutvlllei then ride to Yardvllla, Hlgbtttown. Matapan, Freehold, Colt's Neck. Katontown, Long Branch, Elberon, Deal, and Atbury Park. NOTES. The Rao Committee of the Sprocket Wheel Club of Flushing has arranged tho following programme of races for the meet on Aug, 8! One-mlli notice, one mile scratch, half-mile handicap, five-mile handlcaD one-mile champlonahtp of Long Island. A party of members of tbe Vim Bicycle Club of aV tda" ' U ,r,P "" D,l'"r w "?wJlu!r,r.bTe he-"1 ecured by the Vigilant Cycle Club at (18 East 110th street. The club has suspended tb.lnltatlon fee until the fall. A run will b held to Tottenv tile to-morrow. r.AS'2i?fTS 'he Associated Cycling Clubs of Long Island will be held on next Monday nlht, when a Treasurer will be elected to succeed D. DeF. Louder back, who baa realgned. n An open century run will be held by tbs Westches ter Cycling League over a New Jersey course ou Sun day, Sept. 12. A twenty.flvo-mlle handicap race will be held ovr th macadamised road Utweeu Trenton and Prtuoe ton on Saturday. Aug. 2H. -- Tbe Windsor Terrace Wheelmen of Brooklyn have a membership of 104. The League of Victorian Wheelmen, the controlling Mcyile organisation In Australia, has decided to grant sanctions for raoe meets to tracks guaranteed to be safe. 1. A. Powell of the New York A. C. has won twenty two first prizes this season. Tbe annual road races of the Pierce Wheelmen of Brooklyn will be held on the Valley Stream court on Aug. 28. I'ontcarme, the Fn neb rider, has created a new amateur hour record at 80 miles 717yardt. Earl Klier and Mertens arrived in town yesterday, and will ride at Waverly to-day. Th Arms Wheelmen will have a series of races at Plalufleld next Su day for club members only. They will leave the clubhouse, 42 Coles atrtat, Jersey City, at SiSO o'clock In the morning. rANAo.UA. Aug. 18. While training for a race on the Mahanoy City blcvcle track yesterday Clarence Au oca, aged 18 years, dropped dead after having com pleted five miles. The Royal Arcanum Whtelrarn will bold an open century run over the Long Island course oo Sept, 13, Constant Header Address th secretary of the Dover Wheelman, Dover, N. J. Try ilew Bicycle Ferry, 6tttt n Island to Ft. Hamilton. Bo,U( s-U.-AJu ''fislhi'itiirlMil'ii'f ifr "J" ' " -u-rt iii .J--. TRontsa iw .p-core. rat Yfotsa 2a raster Kttek Time t sYayne othtr Winners. Font Wayne, Atig. 18,-Tho treather wai per fect for harness raolng to-day. and tho track In better condition than at any time during the tv tek. The programme, however, w the poor-" est of the meeting, and the time the lowet The nrt event was the 2;30 trot, with eleven eUrtor. Lanark, a bay etalllon by Onward, and owned by n. K. Badger of Kalamatoo, proved to be tho speodlett animal ln the race. winning In itralght heats and reducing hli record from 3tl9 to 2:10.1. Tho 2:20 trot provod en other dump for the talent. OctaVla wa n overwhelming favorite ln the pool. ellltiB for $25 to $18 for the field. Pat Wation wo In prime condition, while the favorite was slightly '"ne. Grand naron wa iccond choice, but act Si 'ln'l finished behind the flog In the first seat , Pat Watson won In slow time. He lo won the next two heats. Bummer!! .';?". trotting! nurse fl.0001 HV.i", ' J" Onward, dam by Gov. Bprgue (Cornel ill AHDay,b.r.(Malony) . ... . " S S S BnstorL..C.t.(Deliingir).. S S.S Maiden, b, m. (Tyler) 8 7 10 oaki.y.'WgTiFrcnV.v:;. v."'. ::....:..::.. Kssilcr, b. s. (Oceri).. 4 o 0 gobly.b.g.iNeal,....,,.'.." " g Bdwatd F., b. r. (Flood). .......... 7 10 7 Jib Albert. b.(WaUter)"...V......." BBS Ttaiph PhallnaTb. a.Vturrav). ... 1 fl Jlony WUkefrbT-m". SuSrSni . "'.:: v 9 dl Time 1il9s,a!l04. 810. s.i'.lJ,c,.",'tfota:: purse ax00i Pat Watson, b. s.rbyMlver Plate, dam by Mambrlno Hero ((arrey) 1 ' llly.cb.m.(neers).".V.., Luxon. br. g. (Macev) 4 8 Octavla. b. m. Ruglei) 1 4 8 4 Grand Baron, b. Vatarboia)... al. Time Jil74. IiIOIa. BilS1. 8:84 class, paolng; purse 11.0001 Nora L-, b. f.. py Jake Molly Miller, by Bar ney Wilkes (Hlgnlght)..... . 8 111 Mist Margaret; b. m.fby 'Direct (Walker). ..1 8 4 8 Dictator Wilkes, b. i. (Qarrln) S 6 8 4 Princeton, b. a. (Hoffman) 8 8 8 Athlni , b.j. (italoney).... 4 dl. Time 2iiaV. 8il84. Site's, 8ilB. raat Tim at theCleseoftbe Breeders' sleeting. PorOBxxirsix, Aug. 13. The breeders' meeting closed to-day with two days' aport crowded Into one, Yesterday'a postponed card was decided this morn ing. The first race was ths unfinished 2:23 trot, ln which Stsr Boy and Palm Leaf each had a heat. Th event was decided In two mors heats, Stsr Boy win ning both. In the 2:11 trot Bouncer told as the f arorlt. Emma Offutt won th first hat,but Queecby won th next three and the race. It took five heat to decide the 2:23 pace. Jessie McEwen was favored at odds of 8 to 1. o. M. o. won th first heat, Jessie Mo Kwen the second, and Addle Wilkes th next thra and th race. There were three events on th regular card. They were all won In straight heats. Only one winnrr, Aokerland, in the 3:87 trot, was a favorite. Summaries: 3:80 class, trotting: purse 1500: Star Boy. b.g by Btar Lambert (MoDonald) 1 8 11 Palm Leaf, b. g. (Newcomb) 0 18 8 Carlos, ch.g. (Dodge) 8 4 8 B Ben K., eh. g. (Harden) 8 8 4 4 Oerma, b. m. (Barnes) 8 8 B B Charles James, b.g. (Albtiibt) 0 0 7 8 Col. Ruppert, b. h. (Herrlngton) X 7 8 B Laglorla, b. m. (Curtis) 7 8 0 10 Suarter staff, b. h. (Herd) 11 0 10 7 arland M.. oh. g. (Coates) 10 10 U u Whipple, b.g. (Falrbelra) 4 11 dr. Time 2:1 B4, 2:lVa. 2:ia, 2:18s. Jill class, trotting: pars tftOOi Sueecby, b. m by Alcyone (MoDonald)....2 111 mma Offutt. b. m. (Herbert) 1 B 4 B Bouncer, b. m. (Lapbam) 3 8 B 2 Van Zand t, b. m. (Deieraux) 4 4 3 U Fred Kohl. blk. s. (Arthur) 5 0 S 4 Tlme-SiU',. mil. 8il3s, 2:141. 8:22 class, pacing: purse $S00i Addle Wilkes, blk. in., by Madison Wilkes (Palutnn) 4 4 111 O. II. c, gr. a. (Held) 1 2 2 8 8 Jessie McKwen. cb. in. (Smart) 7 14 4 4 Sam Hill, Jr.. Wk. a. (Dodge) 3 8 3 B 8 Robin, tilk. g. (Snow) 8 7 0 0 B Harrison T.,ch. g. (Rogers)..., 0 B 7 7 8 Sueen Rutb, br. m. (McDonald) 0 fl 0 Odr. ennl D b. g. (Winni 8 dls. Time 2il0. 2:10.j, 2:I54, 2:te, Silo's. 2:10 claaa, trotting; purse 1000: Prince Lavilard, gr. a., by Lavllard (Swan) 1 1 1 Big Timber, b. a. (Knowlea) 3 4 8 Oloster II.. br. . (Devey) 0 8 8 Happy Lady, br. m (Turner) 0 S A NewburgLer, ro. g. (Herd) 3 0 0 Vlda, gr. m. (Curtis) 4 7 0 King Brlno, b, a. (Barnes) 8 0 7 Pattle Clark, ro. m. (Tutnlll) 7 8 8 Tlme-2iiss, 2:161. 2:ioa- 310 class, pacing; purse 81,000: Vltello.b. a., by Legal Tender (Upton) Ill Ravrn, blk. m. (Collins) 2 2 8 Mory'aClay, b.t. (Uresn) 0 8 8 Nydla Wilkes, b m. (Lapham) 8 7 4 Bandy Boy. cb. a. (Curtis) 0 4 1 Bullmont. gr. g. (Aldrldie) 4 e 10 B. II.. rn.K.(Tuthlll) HBO Pllgrimme. b. s. (Opdyke) U 10 6 Oeorge St. Clair, b. s. (McDonald) 7 8 0 Weed Wllke. blk.. (Snow) 10 0 7 Tim 2:0Us. 2:10. 2:10'4. 2:27 class, trotting: purse 8300: Aekerland.cn. g.. by Warlock (Curtis) 1 1 1 Celibate, br. a. (Palmer) 2 2 8 Bheba, li. m. (Collins) 4 8 B Oeorge W.. br. g. (Harp) 0 4 B Clestnety, b. s. (Tnompson) 3 0 0 Vlcwood, gr. g. (Burke) 0 0 4 JlmU., b. g. (Bease) 7 7dr Time 8:101a, 2:10V 2:21. Jtlsa vrilllams VTIna at DuBala. BcrrsLO, Aug. 18. There waa a large crowd at th Fort Krlo track to-day to witness the trotting racea. and It was after a o'clock tu-nlght when th last bat was trotted, summary: First race. 2:28 class, trotting; parse 81,003: Kitty L., br. in., by Lancewooa Chief (Bush) 8 Bill Waubun. ch. g. (Youns) 1 1 A 7 4 Prluce of India, br. a. (McFerran) 4 0 8 2 8 Spin Along, b. m. (Jackaon) 0 3 8 4 8 Memnna, cli. m. (Hoiimbougb) 2 4 4 8 0 J. M.C., b. s. (Clements)..., :l U 7 8 8 Elenore W., cb. m. (Uatcomb) tf 7 0 0 M Charlotte, b. ro. ((julntln) 5 8 8 8 7 Barbour's Thread, b.c. (Pratt) 7 H 8 dls. Time. 21IVS1, 2:IUs, 2:lua, 2U8V 8:18V Second Race 2:10 claaa, pacing; purse $1,000: Miss Williams, b. 111., by Williams (Bush). 14 11 Henry 1'.. br. s. (McCarthy) 7 18 4 Gazette, b. a. (Scockener) 0 2 4 8 NlrolB., b. s. (MoLallghlln) 4 10 7 8 Old Hutch, br. g. (Phelps) 2 8 B 0 Bossle Lescb, b. m. (llutcbilu) 10 0 8 0 Kittle B.. blk. m. (Lattlmer) 11 11 10 10 Robert Wilkes, Mk.s. (Ames) 8 81111 Wlnfleld, br. g. (datromb) 6 7 0 8 Myrtle u br. m.(Qulntln) u 0 0 7 Palmetto Prince, br. a. (Height) 8 8 3 0 Time 3:10V 2:11, 2:12, 2:11V Third Race 2:I2cIbm. trotting; purs 11,000: Rllma, h. m.. by King Wllkra (Foot) i 16 1 Baron Dillon, b. a. (Fuller) 2 8 1 B NewiMtle, b. g. (Rplan) 8 2 4 2 (JoU Itlng. oh. t. (Olover) 0 0 2 8 Ben B.. b.g. iMoore) 5 0 3 4 Maple Valley, b.g. (Otterson) 4 4 0 0 Time S:13, 2:11V ;u, j(:ll. Fourth Race 2:18 data, trotting; purse 81,000; unfinished: Bt. Oeorge, b.g.. by Superior (Anderson). 4 118 Aleen.b. m.. by Superior (Truman) 1 4 B V l'bllouldes, b. a., by King Wilkes (Fuller). 0 7 10 1 fjedde. b. g . by Emperor Wilkes (Splan) 2 0 2 8 Agnes MorrelL gr. m., by Independence l Ili-Cart by) B 2 0 7 Edmonla. b. m,, by Oambetta Wilkes (HutcMns) 8 B 4 2 Replete.b, a. .by Repetition (Duienbury). It B 0 10 JackDawson.br. a by Director (Pratt).. 0 6 8 0 Aleela 0., cb,m,,by Forest Mambrlno (Corlon) fi a 8 S Alrlcb.br. K-. by Alius (Fits) 711 7 4 volunteer Medium, by Pilot Medium (Dun bar) 10 10 dls. Time ;17V 2:17V 2:10V 8:13V Jea P. and Livonia Win at STIddlrtowa. MinnusTOws. Aug. 13. Tbe third day's racing drew 2,00(1 persons to the Fair Grounds here to day. There went only two races on the card, the free-for-all bav. Ing failed to fill. In the 3:2P stake Carrie, the favor ite, drew aeventb position In a field of eight, and she never beaded E, II. Horrtman'a Livonia. The. betting was all on Carrie, the field going for almost nothing before tbe race. Ella T., J. W. Tllden's gray mare, went against ths track record of 2il4!u made by Legen yesterday and the Slate record for a half-mile track of 3:U24 made by Aubenateln at Cornwall last week, Ella T. was paced by a running horse and made the mil tn 2;00 V summaries: 2:84 claaa, trotting; purs lOOOl Joe P., gr. g. (Walsh) 1 1 y Nutmont, Jr., b.g. (Dennis) a 8 2 Btambold, b. g. (Thomas) "a 4 7 Webb. b. s. (Shreve) a a A Volunteer Wilkes, blk, g. (Decker) 7 0 8 Virginia Fox, b. m. (Trout) .."0 e 4 Falka. b. m, (Fogg) 4 7 0 Trtaugle, b. s. (Drinkerhoff) ......8 dls. Tlme-3ilV8i0'3 2:22. 7:50 class, trottlngi purse 8300: Livonia, br. m. (Ryerson) 1 1 1 Oarrle. P.m. (Decker),, .'a a a Bt, Joe, cb. g, (NlchoU) ...,. 8 8 a Delta, ch. m. (Thomas) .4 a 8 Tommy, gr.g, (Murray) ,'a 4 0 Dlreotreaa, b. m. (Smith) , .......8 8 4 Daisy M., gr. m. (Owynette) o 7 7 Nellie Bcir, blk. nt. (Abrams)...... .....:.... 7 8 0 Tlme-2i3, 2:SIV a;18V Toot Wlloox Iowera I-yon'. Track Itecenl. Lrost, Aug. 18, Th track competition harneas record, broken on Tuesday by Ashwood, was again reduced this afternoon by Tony Wilcox In the second heat of the frer-fur-all event. The time was 2:10 V Aahwood was tipped to win. Tllo Sterling was the farorltelnth 2:40 class. He finished second, aftr his driver had been removed and HubeKoester sub stituted. Bell Buy had no difficulty In gsttlng away with tbe running race. Summaries: Fr-f or-all class, trotting and pacing purse BSOOi Tony Wllcox.ch, g ,, '..,,....;.... 11 1 Ashwood, gr, ., ,....,....,,,, ,.,8 8 2 Moonstone, blk. m 8 8 8 Time 3i24,8:lBa, 2:1S. 2i40 olass. trotting and pacing) purse 800 BlusBlrd.b. m " ,...,,,,... .T..8 1 1 1 Tile Sterling, ch. g J 7 4 a Nsthalla, b.m a a 8 UenryP:.b.g 0 8 2 8 J. Y. l. b. g n 8 8 8 Blnghamtoa Wilkes, blk. g "7 a 0 4 Nugent, b.g 4 0 0 8 Nancy, b. ra , a 477 Time 2:8BV 8:8BV 8127V. 8:80. Running, mil heats; purse 8ISO1 Bell Boy, kg j j Trddy.cn.g ,....,, 8 8 BrownU, b.m .".'aar Fauttlght, ch. ..... 4 fi Hlgby. ch.g ,,,,,, G 4 Lyceum, b, s ..Odr. Time-Iiitfii, Ji48, ""' iiteth?: fej''WJl-rJ-m-.'.vl'U-,?-,t-i BRIGHTON'S PINE SPOttt. PAST X1XJS AND HOT TXXtaBBS XttlS OBOES OF THE DAT. Duet Between Ian D and Baettwa, with the First Mile In t40.-Cberry rietier,pec. latlve Btaltea ranee far lUMirer, Con cord. Mllcbael III., Maurice and Caaapanln. The feature of the sport at Brighton Beach yesterday afternoon wa tho superb struggle between Bun Up and lluckwa In the third event, at one tnllo and a sixteenth. All but thla pair declined the Issue, tho talent figuring Buckwa as Invincible with 107 pound ln tho (addle. Buckwa was an odds-on favorite, and all ot the plunger supported him: but In Sun Up he met hi match. Tho pair ran hood and head far nearly a mile amid the greatest excltomont, and then Bun Up drew away and won by nearly two length In tho very fast time ot 1:474, the first mile being run In 1:403s end tho three furlongs up the backstretch In sm seconds. Fowhorso men havo witnessed greater flights of spcod, nnd thero was never a moment during the first soven furlongs when either racer had the slightest ad vantage It wo nose and noso and strtdo for trldo, with tho big crowd applauding tumult ously. It was decidedly a day of surprises, Mlchaol IU. and Maurlco bolng tho only winning favorites, and tho talent lost back to tho layora n goodly portion of tbo sumo they had won during the early days nf tbe woek. Tbofeaturoof tho pro gramme for yesterday wa tho Speculative Stakes, for two-year-olds. Nosoy was Installed favorite at 10 to 0 on, while Julius Cccsar was second cholco at 13 to 0. Tho Morris repre sentative, Cherry Picker, a colt that was valued at 816,000 early In the spring, was at tho fnlso prlco of 4 to 1. It was 8 to 1 Vlgenta and 30 to 1 Lucid. Nosey and Cherry I'lcker were always the contenders, Clawson and lllrsli putting up their best effort ln the way of riding. Cherry Picker had moro speed than tho Thompson cast off, but ho tired perceptibly ncarlng tho wire, and only won by a short head. Barrett mado a mlstako ln trying to got through noxt tho rail at tho furlong pole with Julius Cccsar, and, bo lng cut off, had to come upon thooutsldo, finish ing a very credltablo third. The winner la a very smooth colt by ICIlworlln, out of Active. The veteran Bol Demonlo was favorite for tho opening dash at six furlongs, but ho finished outsldo of tho monoy, that consistent performer Rossifcr winning, with Talisman at his shoulder, and Ilurry Up third. Abingdon, who got off poorly, wa a very close fourth, losing third place by the shortest of heads. La Bagosse showed a lot of speed for flvo furlongs. Thou enmo the duel between Sun Up and Iluckwn. For this rnco Dr. fJheppard, Premier, Manassas, Perseus, Cromwell, Refugee, Maurice, and Pur mesan were withdrawn, leaving the speedy pair to fight It out, with tho result given above. With Damlon out ot the fourth ovent, at ono mile. The Hwsln was favorite over Btorm King, Alvarado II., Brandywlne. nnd Concord. Alva redo II. delayed the start for a long time, and when the flog did fall Brandywlne was last, Btorm King and The Swain made the running until the turn for home, when Alvarado II. ox changed placo with the favorite. 81ms kept Concord close up until they equarod away for bome. when he cut looso and won a good race in the fast time of 1:41 "a. Btorm King was second, nnd The Swain, coming with a rattle at the finish, beat Alvarado II. n nose for third money. Concord's race Justified what wa said ln these column about him the day after he left tho maiden class. Now t hnt ho has started winning bo should be bard to bent in his own class. Unfortunately, he pullod up a bltlamo ln one of his fore legs after yesterday's race. Michael III. showed that he Is a roal high-class colt by shouldering lt!'2 pounds and winning the handicap for two-year-olds hands down ln the very creditable timo ot 1:10. This son of Islington was favorite nt oven money, and car ried thousands of dollars of good money for the plungers. The race wa always Mlcliuel'e, tho big chestnut being In the fore front of tho tight nil the way. Mr. Baiter, at fair odds for a place, beat Mont d'Or for second money, bqulre Abingdon was a closo fourth. Maurice won tho selling race at a mllo and a sixteenth, which followed. In very clover fash ion. Ho was an odds-on favorlto, and Porklns, who knows the big borso thoroughly, piloted him home ln faultless style. Mnnnssus mndo up a lot of ground and finished a good second, while Bastion surprised everybody by running third, flvo furlongs being tho dlstanco the Thompson cast-off likes best. The plungers simply showerod tho money into the ring on Iiobengula to win tho concluding event of tho day. Sims was up. nnd everything looked cherry ripe. The llght-wclghtcil Cam- Eanla, the property ot Senator Timothy Dry lollar Sullivan, at odds of 10, 12, and 10 to 1, went off with tbe track, and created a sensation by winning hands down ln fast time. Lobcn gula was second, and Formal third. O'Connor, who rodo Campania, crossed several horses just after the start, and was suspended for three rac ing days by tho stewards. Jockeys Doggett, Perkins, and Coyllo were each lined $25 tor misbehavior nt the post in tho opening race. Bumtnarics follow; FIRST RACE. For three-year-olds and upward; alx furlongs: Geo. F. Johnson's ch. c. llossifer, 8, by Roslngton Inet. 104 (Hlraeh) 1 Chaa. Llttlefield, Jr. 'a, b. c. Talisman, 8, 100 (A. Barrett) S J. K. Madden's ch. g. Hurry Up, A. t7 (Thompson). 8 Abingdon. Ormont. Alarum, Fortune, Cbarentua. Blazewood, La Ragesse, sir Moltke, Jeannette II., Lire Oak. and Bel Demonlo also ran. Time, lilSV Betting Against Bel Demonlo, 5 to 2: Rosslfer and flurry Up. each 5 to 1 i La Sageaae. n to 1; Talisman and A larum, each 7 tp 1 : Live Oak. 1 5 to 1 : ALlngdon and Illarcwood. each 20 to 1: Ormont and Fnrtune. each 40 to 1; Cbarentua, blr Moltke. and Jeannette II., each 00 to 1. SECOND RACE. The Speculative stakes, of 12,000, for two-year-olds; six furlongs: A. II. D. II. Morris's b c. Cherry Picker, by Kll- warlln Active. 104 (Illrr-ch) 1 C. Flelschmann a- Sen's b. c. Nosey, bo (Clawson)... 3 C. Llttlefield, Jr.'t. ch. c. Julius Cousar, 100 (A. Bar rett) 3 Lucid and Vlgenta also ran. Time. Ill 3 V Betting Ten too on Nosey; aialnat Julius Carssr, 18 to 0: Cborry Ftoker, 4 to 1; Vlgenta, 8 to 1; Lucid, 30 to 1. THIRD RACE. For thrce-ysar-olds and upward) on mile and one sixteenth! W. 31. llarrlek's ch. h. Bun Up, 8, by Buchanan Sunlight, 110 (Perkins) 1 E.W. Purser's b.g. Buckwa, n. 107 (Clawson) 2 Time, 1:47V Betting Ten to 8 on Buckwa; against Sun Up, IB too. FOCRTU RACE. For three-year-olds and upward; one mile: J. Ruppert. Jr.'s, b. c. Concord, 8, by Longfellow Leonora Morris, 114 (Sims) 1 W. Landsnerg's blk. 0. Btorm King, 3, 12T (W. Porter) 8 Covington A Kent's, br. b. Tbe Swain, S, 130 (Van Keurrn) 3 Alvarado It, and Brandywlne alto ran. Time, 1:.1V Betting Against The Swain, n to 0 Storm King and Alvarado II.. each 8 to 8; Concord, 0 to 1: Brandywlne, 12 to 1. nrrn race. For two-year-olds: six furlongs: C. F. Dwyer's ch. c. Michael III., by Islington Jea- sleC. 122 (Sims) " j C. FlelschmannftHon'abr. c.Mr. Baiter. I OR (Hcherrer) 9 Sensation Stable's b. c. Mont d'Or, I0H (Hamilton)... a Kcnmore Queen, Sir Dick, Lady Cooper, Sensational, and Bqulre Abingdon also ran. Time. IMS. Betting Rven on Michael HI.: against Mont d'Or, 3 to 1: Squire Abingdon, 0 to 1: Sensational, 7 to li Kenmore Queen, 10 to 1: Lady Cooper. 12 to 1: Mr. Baiter, IS toll blr Dick, 20 to 1. SIXTH RACE, For three-year-olds and upward 1 on mile and one sixteenth: W. M. Warrick's b. h. Maurice, 0, by Rayon d'Or Maurlne, 114 (Perkins) , 1 L. B. A W. P. Thompson's ch. g. Manassas, DO (Claw son) 2 W. C.Daly's br.o. Bastion, 91 (O'Connor) 3 Rifle. Flames, Sir Play, Lambent, and Free Lanoo also ran. Time. 1:48V Betting Two to 1 on Maurice: against Sir Play, 7 to 2; Mauaataa. 8 to 1 1 1.amlient, 80 tn 1 1 Battlon and Rifle, each 40 to 1 Free Lauoe, SO to 1; Flames, 100 to 1. SEVENTH RACE, For thre-yesr-olds and upward! one mile: T.D. Sullivan's b. in. Campania, S, by nayden Ed wards Vlrgle Wright. 88 (O'Connor) 1 O. B. Morris' br. h. Lohengula, 0, 107 (Sims) 2 O. W. Stanton's oh. c. Formal, 4, 107 (Ncherrer) 8 Cassette, Kaiser Ludwtg, and Double Quick aUo ran. Time, 1:41V Betting Twenty to 0 on Lobengulai against Double 8 ulck aud Formal, each 0 to I; Campania; 10 to 1; aasjttc, 12 to l; Kaiser Ludwlg, 8U to 1, The following is tho programme for to-day; First Race Maidens) selling! mile and a sixteenth: nermano HSiIIurry Up up Island King 108 Klmonlan , nu Deatlny 102lMahoney p7 Anson L 102 l'umperang 117 Eastertide 102lTlmour U4 Second Race Maiden two-year-olds 1 five furlongsi Olney US Spero Hu Boy Orator , 119 Enuorala lot) Of nan 112 Rendu 100 Junior 112 Tinkler luu Yankee Sam 112 Cbaruicuse ....102 Btmuwell 112 Domestlo 109 King Max 112 Third Raoe-Tb Baragotta Stake, for three-year-old Allien one mllei Caaseopla 121 Minnie Alphonte 101 Sunny Slope 110 Nay Nay.. " 101 Cleophus lie salalr........... lui liUtVriin , 114 Cblo ..........101 Royal Roae 100 Flretld " ui Nenall 109 Fourth Race Wave Crest) telling) six furlongs: Harry Reed ,120 Zanone 101 Abuse no BUIall us Taranto 104 IlarOwn ! ui Trsiuargo 104 Distinction ,, Oi ! Fifth Race Htftdlcapi en tail Na htU I Ben Brash IfolVolley 1 108 B award Manu....,..llSW, B......U, 108 I 'hman ,. :..,.. 1101 Alvarado I!...,, p& ' Maurice ,,.114lCounssllor How,,.,,. VS Sixth Race For two-year-olds 1 selling! isvtn fur longsi Junior 107Warrenton.,., 109 Olenolne 103 Ortoland B7 Flax Spinner loa'Phlllp 94 Seventh Race Chantllly Handicap) on mile and a half, over alx hurdles: BlrVatsar lBS.Alakuma 130 Brown Red 1481 LADIES' DAT AT THE SPA. Big Crowd, bnt tbe Sport Mat or the first Water, SAnATOOA, Aug. 13, This was anothor ladles' day, and, a the season Is now nt its zenith, tho crowd wns tho largest that has been seen hero In many vonrs. Tho fair box, of courso, predomi nated. Tho grand stand was not largo enough to scat them all, and they even took possession of tho prose stand. It wns a plcturo of marvel lous beauty and color, nnd Mr. Belmont, from tho timers' stand, gazed in wonderment on tho cone, and said ho had novcr seen anything llko it on a rnco course. Tho woather was charming, but tho track suffered from tho cfTocts of the ro cent heavy rains and wns holding. Tho programme was of tho "doggy" descrip tion, four of tho flvo races bolng ot the soiling variety, but they novortholcss furnished soma fair sport. Tho first affair for non-winning two-year-old Allies brought about a stirring finish bctwocn tho two favorites, Ma Pctlto and Juliana. It rosultcd in a dead hent, and, as tho owners agreed to divide, both fillies wero of fered at auction under tho now rules. Thero wns no bidding In this or any of tho other races. In tho second rare, of six furlongs fnrnmlden thrco-year-olda and upward, thero wore eight starters, nnd the talent divided their attention between Urccn Jacket anil Knnlcrn Kit v. Tho contest wns solely cnntliipil to this pair nnd thuy ran togotltur until well down tho stretch, when (IrccnJackot o.ituo forward nnd won by throe parts of it length in u drive. Tho mllo selling raco fiirnlHhcd n hot favorlto In flood Times, but tho 4 to 1 nhtit. Lord Zcnl, making nil the run ning, bent htm homo by n length. Martin's finish on thofavurlttiwusiiot of the bust, nnd he had to rldo thn favorite hard tn stall oil tho tinoxpoctod rush of tho outsider, Llttlo Buck, ln order to secure Rccond place. Tim Murphy's lllng Blnger was nerved up hot for tho mllo and a furlong race, but there wns alsonhcavv piny upon Lucky Baldwin's Bar nurdlllo, who opened ntdtulntid wns backed down toil In 5 nt post time, llalfllng mado tho running for thrco furlongs, when Bernardlllo went forw ortl nnd kept tho lead to the last fur long, whero Dinger closed nnd a sharp strugglo onHticd, resulting In n wcll-oarncd vic tory for tho California colt by thrco parts or n length, with Klngstone ten lengths nway. In tho Ilnnl event, ot flvo furlongs fur twn-ycnr-nlds. High Jinks, n stake winner In the West, wns tbo favorite, but he could get no bitter than third to Mary Black, who lw it I,n Ventura n head in a stirring run throughout tho last furlong. Hewitt laid too far back with the California filly nnd had to mako up four lengths lu tho last quarter, which waa too much ngalnst Clayton's strong rldo. Summaries follow: FIRST RACE. Purse S00; for two-year-olds; penalties and allow-an-est fiie furlongs: Ernest Flelscbtnann'a B. f. Ma Petite, by Tom Ochil tree Little Woman, 104 (Hewitt) M. A. Hi, 1 y'a h. f , Juliana, by Tristan Utile Pick wick, PS (darrlgan) Owner'a b. f. bpanlih Princess, 102 (Walker) 3 Pendant also ran. Time. 1:0 IV Dead beat. Betting Against Ma Petite. 11 to 10; Juliana. I to 1 ) Spanish Princess, 4a to 1; Pendant, 13 to 1. SECOND RACK. Purse 80OO for threv-yoar-olda; selling allowances; alx furlongs: P. Dtinne'a ch. c. Oreen Jacket by Imp. Wblstle Jacket Zooleln, 110 (W. llartln) 1 August Belmont's b. g. Eastern Ray. IPS (Hewitt).. 2 Maplebuint Stable's b f. Courtship II., 10A (Clayton) 3 La Fontera. Heidelberg, Musketeer, Oood Advice, and Uostllo also ran. Time, 1:17V Betting Against ureen Jacket, even monev: Eaat ernllay. 2-jto 1: Hclili'llMTK, 5 to 1: Courtship II., 10 to 1; La 1-ontera. tr tot: tlnod Advice, 20 to 1; Musketeer and Hostile, each fj to 1. TIIIIID RACK. Purse S500; for three-year-olds; telling allowances: one mile: J. Carroll's b. c. Lord Zenl. by Fonso Minnie Wll- llaiiH. 114 (Henuessy) 1 P. Dunne's b. c. (loot Times. 1 10 (W. Martin) 3 C. J. Brooks's l. e. Little Buck, 101 (Nutt) 8 Florida and Lrla's Cuckio also ran. Time. l:4flV Betting Five to 4 on Oood Times; against Lord Zenl and Florida. eachSLj to 1; Lela's Cuckoo, 12 to li Little Buck. 80 to 1. FOURTH RACE. Purse taQO: for three-year-olds and upward; pen alties anil allowances; one mlln and a furlong: E. J. Baldwin's ilcruardlllo, II. by Emperor of Nor folk Jennie B-, 102 (Hewitt) 1 Joepb Murphy's b. c. Blng Dinger, 4, 102 (W. Martin) ....2 C.J. Brooks's b. b.Klngstone, 4. 102 (Nutt) 3 llalfllng also ran. Time. 2:00V Betting Against nine Hinder, fl to St Bernardlllo, 8 to 5; Ualfilng. 4"a to 1: Klngatone, 7 to 1. FIFTH RACE. Purso 8500; for two-) car-olds: penalties and allow ances; five furlongs: Eastln ft Larrntiee's b. f. Mary Black, by Islington Snngstr,' (Clayton) 1 E. J. Baldwln'sch. f. La Ventura (newltt) 2 W. M. Wallao-'s b.c. High Jlnka (Bralchanip. 8 llellpuucb, Crocket, Henchman, and Belle of Stock wood also ran. Time, 1:04. Betting Against Illuh Jlnka. ft to 3; La Ventura and Mary Illaok. each 4 to 1: Ilellpuneh. A to l; Crocket. 7 to 1 ; Henchman, 30tol; Belle or Stock wood, 100 to 1. Tho programme for to-morrow follovM: First Kan Five furlongs. Carlb, 122: Laudemann. 122: Troll. 122: Ilendoran, 122; Arbitrator. 129; Jack Dandy, IIP; Dliuiilore, 122; Sir Oawaln, 128l Chalmers, f22s Inverary II.. 122; Utbraltar, 122. Second Race One mile. Mnrarlne, 111: Ace. 10.1 James Monroe. 103; King Michael 102; Uanquo II 1U0; Mohawk I'rliiiv, UJ. Third Itace. Tie Kearney Ftakrs: all ages: six fur longs. Semper Ego. 122; Clifford, 122; Hastings, 122: llraw Ijid, lis. ' Fourth Race. One mile and a sixteenth. navoc, 12Bt Ben Holladay. 120; Ulysiea, 114; Braw Lad, Fifth Race Five furlongs Tartarian. 118t Robalr. Ill: CllssleR., Ill; .Salvado, 111: Hurl. 108; Mid light, ion: Xiuaa, toniT.w. W.. 100: LaFonetera. ItUt Dinibarton, 103; Shasta Water, 1U1; Purple Jacket. H4. blxth Race Steeplechase over full course. Uon heart, 1(12; Royal ricar)et, ISO; Decapod, 148 Beau mont, 143( Bayonara. 140 Acrobat, 13S. Three Itaces Won by tbe Stable or tbe Dr. .McLean Katate. CixrotKATf, Ang. HI Three of the five races, first, second, and fifth, at Newport to-day, were won by the stable nf the Dr. U. F. McLean estate. In tho last race, Notlllaot this string, togi therwItliotberhorsHa, ran a quarter of a mllo on a false break, owing to the bungling work of Henry MrDanleNuf Lexington, who acted as substitute starter for it. D. Brown. Summa ries: First Race Six furlongs lleliara. 105 (Hill), 11 to 10, won: Lulu M 105 iVlllhiirn), 4 to 1, second: True light, IPS (Lendruni), IS to I. third. Time. 1:15V Second Race Klo and a half furlongs Ualllvant, 110 (Hill). 1 to 4, won, I'rotus. 105 (ilardner). 6 to 1, aecondt Tin Craft. 105 (Mllburn), UU to 1, tblrd. Tlmo, 1:0HV Third Race-One mile. Lnckhart. 101 (Williams), 3 to 1. won; Faunett. ft (Thornton), 7 tn l, second! Martin Roed. PS iJames). H to 1, third. Time. 1:12. Fourth Race Flvo furlongs. Ladyof tho West, 108 (Everett), li to I, nun: Locust hsoiu, 105 (Hill), 0 to 5, second; Adu UunidII, 103 (James), 12 to 1, third. Time, 1:01V Fifth Itacflv furlongs. Motllla, 100(11111), 9 to 1, woo; Carrie l.jlc. lui) iMllburiu. 15 to I, second: l'ete Kltcbeu, 1U2 (Thornton). 100 to I, third. Time. 1:14. Clejaer Flnlsbea a flood Mile In a Clallep. Detroit, Aug. 1,1.-This was the fourth day of the raco meeting. There was a light attendance, but good betting. The fin'sben wen f Airly close, the sensation being tho winning mll of E. Corrtgan's Ueyser In lilO's In a gallop. One hot favorite, two atrongly played second choices, and two outsiders won. Th summaries! First Race Five and a half furlongs. Ben Frost. 07 (Wllblte). 12 tn 1. won; Philip Byrnes. 108 (Tiir ner). 6 to 2, second: Oeorge B.Cox, 105 (Kelff), third. Time, 1:(hV Second Race six furlongs Oov. Sanasenthaltr. 109 (Jackson), evin, wont Jeiebel. 107 (I'lggott). a to 1, aecondt Barometer, 1U7 (McUlone), Stol. third Time, lilBV Third Race On Mile Oeyter, 99 (Plggott), B to 9 wont Tlmenak-r. Ill (Murphv), 7 tn 10, second! Umbrolta, 110 (Jonea), 10 to i. tblrl. Time. 1:40 V fourth Race Seven furlongs. Cousin Jrems. 114 (Uutleru). into I, won; Alamo. 12U (McOlnne). 8 to 1. second 1 llamoua, 117 (Morrison), 4 to 6, third. Fifth Race-One mile and a sixteenth Charley ?. '.'".i",.,1?,. lurp,,'l V won: Kinney loS third? Tlinol'4tJiAC'CUr0' 08 iKaUt- ,0 s Odd and Knda or Sport. J. O. Harry Ilutelient'a record for 800 yards Is 80 seconds, inadu at Edinburgh, Scotland. Jan. 2, IHP4, A carrier pigeon marked "K, No. SJOt." lias barn raptured by capt, Id tehuin'a men of tbo Eaton's eckl.lfe Saving Station, Long Island. MASpFrl mPLUG CUT '' J U3RIGHT, MlgLD & PUReL J. U. PACE TOBACCO 00., RICHMOND, VA. Jljrerwwxn'ji 600A4. VH tsss,av.J's.sirf'awi'A4,t 9 DO YOU WANT A'97 RAMBLER? vft Bring tn your old wheat and w will make you a H liberal allowance In trad. , 1897 RAMBLERS $80 I 1897 IDEALS $35 .0 $75 li GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. M 980-948 F.IOlITll AV., NEAR BOTH ST.. N.Y. H Lexington Cycle Co., downtown agents, 20 Vtsy ffTB St.. N. T. tM Crescent Cycles a.oo a wstBK. ! ST A Hit WIIBKL. CO.. f and St, anal lOilngloa Avs flH AnJr.aTAlli.w "Young's pstcnT FooT proof, nt H :iiaxika1!L.R ANY OI.Dtprocket. Write or call. tJRlllSVJ. sit West Broadway. N. Y. Agents wonted, iiu'vclh hauiiLe rixrii.mia TIDCC .", pair, best o't's: fuTl warranty: free repairs. H lincoi Ml.Nr.HAi.iy.Kti itumiKit CO., ih enrr st. J.ir.V TEXltlB. I Lamed Loses Ills first Mntch of tbe Reason ( Hj 4'hamplon sVrcnn. CniCAno, Auk. 13. Lamed lost his first tenn H mntch of tho season thtsnftornoon, Chnroplon Wrcnn. with whom ha stood tio fur llrst place In H tho Wyandotte Invitation tournament, boating H him out In tho deciding; set. Lamed kept up a B (rood Unlit to tho end and took his dofcat hard. H but his old unsteadiness ln tho presonco of do- feat once more manifested Itaolf. H Wronn' last thrco points wero won on tloublo fault nnd two nots, and that aftor Larned B had sceurod a lond ot 30 lovo on the untrjo, which H would hnvo tied tho score. Lamed wa not na fresh a Wronn at tho start. Ills enforced d- B parturo for the Kasl to-night rondo It necessary H lor him to finish hla match with Karcs, loft nt ono sot-all on Wednesday. This match, how ever, proved little more thnn a warmer for Lnrncn. Eaves, a usual, could not strike hi (tnlt ot the start nnd lost, tl 1. H I.nrncd started on hi mntch with Wrcnn ltn H modlntely after disposing' of Envcs. Wrcnn H tilnycd n ilotcrmlneu Kntno from the first mid look tho opening set by 04. In the second B Lamed took tbo first two frnoics to love, nnd after that fairly playod Wrenn off his feet, H wlnnliis by B a. Ills strokes wero mill In work- H inn order when tho third set opened, but Wrenn IH worked hard at tbe net nnd scored many polnta HJ on bis accurate playlnrr. Tho first four gamos HJ all douce wore ovonly divided. Thcu Itrncd H played mnrrnlflccntly for two trnmes, scoring HJ sevan ot Ills points nn passes. With the score H 42 nirnlnst hlui. Wrenn got back into the HJ ga mo ami forced tbo play. Larnod became first HJ cnrclcss nnd then orcrcarcftil, and point after I IB point went to Wrcnn. Tho last on me. nt 45, 8HJ was Larncd's service He scored two points on nHl sensational passes, lost ono to Wrenn In the IIH snino way. and then shuwed bis nervousness by EHJ making a double fault and netting an easy one. HH Tho Inst point he lost by a drive Into tho net on a H back-hand volloy off renn'e llrst return. HJ Eaves won his first mntch of the tournament HJ from Mnhony, who Is Buffering from an Injured HJ hnml. Nlsbct found a strong competitor In HJ Collins, who to-day approachod somewhat to H his gnrno. Nlsbet's service, however, ootherca H him throughout, and ho lost, tt 4. 07. HJ Wrcnn will play Nlsbot to-morrow, and. if he H loses, tbo two and Lamed will bo tied for first H tilnce. Other matches for to-morrow are: Col- H 11ns vs. Muhony and Collins vs. Envcs. Sum- H mnrlcs: Larned tieat Eaves to 8. 0 7, ft It Wrrnn beat Lamed. 84, 8 e. 8 4: Eaves beat Stahony, 40, B a, 6 2; Mabet beet Collins, 0 t, V 7. Slarvln or Ilarvard IlraU ndleng or Brown. Roruento, Aug. 13. Moro bright weather favored tbo lawn tennis players here to-day, and thn Maine State championship tournament was contlnuod on the courts of the Sorrento Club. It wns a great day for the collego players, and the respective champions of Yale, Harvard, and Drown were tho stars of tho play. Marvin, who holds tho Harvard championship, beat Otidlong, the Drown champion, and will meet Dodgo. who holds tbe championship of Yale, In tho finals to morrow morning. The winner will then meat Parct for the State Challenge Cup ln the afternoon. Dndlnng's defeat was a general surprise, and Marvin came near canning another when Williston was within one stroke ot beating him in tho afternoon. Dodge struck an invincible streak to-dnv nnd plnyed grand tennis. He Is the f.ivorite for to-morrow' nnnl and cup match. Honker and Colby each H got one game from him. The doubles will also be continued and the committee will try to finish H the tournament by to-morrow night, as most ot H the players want to get to Newport on Monday t for the championship mutches which begin on W Tuesday. Summary: y. Championship Singles First round lUchard X Ttooker beat K. E. !arkr. 8. fl I. Second round JM K. K. Marvin boat C. It. Iludlong, 8 4. 7-5: A. L. fl WUIUton heat T. M. Hutch. 8 0. 6 4: O. P. Dodg H beat nicbardfJIooker. 0 1. fl 0. Seral-flnal round fl E. It. Marvin lieat A. L. Williston, 97, 40, 8 Ot fl C. I. Dodg heat K. P. Colbr, 01. 00. Championship Double Preliminary round J. P. . ifl Paret and '. c, Daridaon beat S. II. Drrby and W. D. I (fl Dexter br default; C. P. Dodg' and illchanl nookar I Ifl beat p. V. Whlttemore and S. M. Morrell, tt t, e It I W r.. Dlodgett and O. Cocrane beat W. Fuller and I ,9 Cochrane, 04. n 3; J. B. Haskell and J. W. E1- f JM munda heat E. H. Foster and W. Edmunds. () 2, 8 8. JM First Round A. I.. Williston and It. McKlttrtck bent HJ A. II. Cushman and E. E. Parker, fl 0, 62:0. P. Hkl Dodge and IU Hooker against J. P. Paret and J. C. Da- Hi vldton. fl 4, 41 (unfinished); J. II. naskell and J. fll W. Edmunds beat E. Blodgett and A. Cochran. 69. Hi 61 : c. It. Iludlong and E. T. Cross beat E. 11. Marvin Hi and E. P. Colby, 02, 78. HJ Drawing for the National Tennla Champleaw wH ship Tonrney. olU Nxwport. Aug. 13. Tho drawings for the Ifl seventeenth annual championship tournament I ot the Unltod Slates National Lawn Tennis Ac soclatlon, which begin at tho Newport Casino fl next Tuosday, were made to-day. There are fl sixty-two entrlos, sir moro than lost year, and fl the list Includes tho best-known players of America and England. Tho drawings are aa IH follows: Preliminary Hound M, M. Whitman vs. W. J, IH Clothier: H.8. Mabony r.EwIng Stllle; T. It. Pei va. J. O. O lodfellow: J. K. Willing vs. J. F. Talmadge, Jr.; U. II. Hackrtt vs. II. A. fflsbeti John A. Byersoa H vs. It. D. Little; D. C. Wright vs. Perclval Marshall! Arthur T. Hawea vs. W. A. Larned; Claresc P. Dodg vs. O. L. Wrenn. Jr.iK. 8. White vs. J. D. Forbesi CeaneMlllerva, Paul MacMahon; Richard Stevens rs. Malcolm o. Chase: M. D. Smith vs. Ralph McKlttrtck! E. P. Fischer vs. c. A. Oould; A. W. Post vs. W, H. D-ndi D. F. Davidson vs. Richard Hooker! Hi Evaru Wrenn vs. Iu D. TburUr: II. McKlttrb-k vt. HJ Marcus Ooodtmdyi O. P. Sheldon. Jr.. vs. J. P. Parett W. V. Eav, a vs. F. D. Stevens. Jr.: W. K. AuchlD elost vs. C, 11. Dudlomr;R. T. Qrostvs. J. C, Seely; IL E. Avery vs. John C.Davidson; 0. 11. Uostwlck vs. B, Uoodbody; Holcomb Ward vs. Alfred Codman; IL A. Plummer va. W. W. Reaei O. W. Lee vi. W. D. llrownell: RodneyPrtictor vs. J. 8. Ouahman; K. Treshman vs. L. E. Wares D. Marshall vs. E. K. McEnroe. Klret Round F. F. Brooks vs. winner of Whitman Clothier; winner of Marshall-McEnroe vs. II. J. Holt. Billiard. Hugo Karkau, tb young Oerman billiard cham pion, made a match yesterday to play a six nights' contest with Edward McLaughlin, tbe champion of Pennsylvania, at straightaway billiards. 1 hey will play 8.000 points up, In blocks of 1,000 a night. It will be the first time In eighteen years that a match at rail billiards has been played by professionals In this oily, and It wilt afford an opiortumty to tbe younger gen eration ot billiard lovers to see some or the tall run common In the "aeventlre." Kerkau has a record of 4.2Holn an unbroken run. made at Berlin In IhUS. It was In a 12.000-polnt game. In which be defeated the three Oerman experts, Profs. Woulff, Woerz, and Alquer. This run was made ou a 4 by IS table, MoLaugblln has a record of an unbroken run of 942, mad on a standard 8 by 10 table, agalust William Catton. The match will begin at Maurice Daly's acad emy on Monday night. Kerkau wants to bet that be 3 wlllwln this time. ' Hilly Usui a Winner at Harlem. OmcAoo, Aug. IS. Hilly Mason was among the win ners at Harlem to-day . Billy, It may he, rxplalnrd, Is a horse and not a politician. In tbe third race Ed Lee was thrown against the track fenoe aud stopped. Ills Jockey, Lawrence, received a bad fracture of tbs leg, which will preveut his riding for some tlma. Summaries: First Race Six furlongs. S arena, lot (Woods) e t- B. won: Lottie, 101 (Clay). 6 to 1, second; Ltttie Tom. 108 (Hough), 8 to 1, third. Time. 1 lifts,. Second Race Five and a hair furlongs. Dagmar, lUfl(Caywood), 0 to 1, won: Backet. I0 (Burns), i to 6. second: Ilosl. 109 (Clay), H to 1, tblrd. Tlma. 1i0ns4. Third Race One mile, Brother Fred, 10S (Robert son), 4 to B, woni hwordtnian. 108 (Sloan), B tu I, tecondtTreeby, 9 (Burns), Bio I, third. Time, 1:42, Fourth Race 'even furlong. Imp, U7 (Burns), t) (o 1. woni Oreyhurtt, IU4 (Woods), a to 2. second, Mm rod, 107(8 oau). 7 to 2. tblrd. Time, l:214, Fifth Race-Four furlongs. Billy Mason, 103 (Oouln), 12 to I, won; Fair Deceiver. 108 (Sloan), 7 to 1. second: Tom Collins, 107 (Burns), B to 1, third, Time. Ui1h. Sixth Race-Six furlongs Lew Hopper. 11'.' (Car wood). ' In I, mini Travis, ion (Dean,, 4 to 1, ond: IdaWagnir, 101 (Clay), 00 to 1, third, rime, lllti'i. lesult at Ml. I.ouls. St. Lons, Aug, 18. The races at tho Fair Orovrnti this at to noon resulted as follows; First Itace six furlougs Tava Harris, 102 .Un ties), a to 2, won: Ultima. 102 (Hallj. tl In .', u.l Practitioner, 104 (Peterman), 7 to 2, third, lime, IiIOi-a. Scqond Race-Six furlongs. Dewdrnp, lis '. Combs), H to 1, won; Minute, w, lUntFurr . lu to I, ecuudi Reil, lbu (bteveui), 4 to 1, thin Tlmo, 1:1 B'a. Third Itace Eleven-sixteenths of a mile - lti.i Is louo, 110 (Kurr). H to 1 won; First llnu, 1 '. HlauKbter). 3 to 1, tecond; Myrtle, inn i i n -B till, third. Time, lilOJs. Fourth Race On mile. lleivadell. I tin .- e " to 1, woni Aryan, 100 (Fouiou), H to 1. w i if m aytbe, UH (C. L'omis), W to 10, ihirl. Time i - Flfthltaoe Thirteen tlstientts or a m'l ' ' M shin-Tobmx'o, luu (Ollmore), 2 to T, won. ' n 1 -i t, H 1U0 (C. Comls). 7 to 1, second Oou.uello, 10.' 1 "ir, 7 to 1. third, rime, 1i12La, , Sixth Race Oun mile Jos Lot, (i Hull 'ml. won; Uncle Pat, PS (Ollmori'). 2B to I. si ki- rail, 104 ICuruerj, I) to 1, third. Tluit, liltt't. J flHHlHM aHHstHrilJ-k i i ' MlfllflflHHHflflfll