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M " THE' SUN, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1807. ' " ' !
U MEfeKIN MISJSES A BONT, f V tith ciscxhsatis tzat a Ilif K Drtrr TTirx .roic-M axr.v. '' -' hitman's Battls; tavra a Defeat Rrllyna H-i CUvelaaals UreaU atvea St. skoals D i H'i" feat Italti r In lb loth I an lac-Leu It- 111 vlll and rilUnnrc Win Other Mans. ', M ;t An excellent opportunity to Rain on the two jl leadsrs dm loit by the New Yorki yesterday. s H& The locals were foroed to play a draw with the J Bj Cincinnati! when they could hare won with Bf clean Holding. The Baltimore, wonderful to 'V Wr-' relate, wore defeated by the SU Lou It tall W Wai endevt. In the tenth Inning-, and the Boston- S !' Chicago came was prevented by rain. The I HI champtoni still lead the race, but by only one ft Hi point, while the Veansaten are still fifty polnU 7f JKft ahead of the New Yorki. The Oroolclyni and j Clsvelands broke eren on two games, and the 7. lip other contest went to Loularlllo and Pittsburg, t slf The results: aVi "ew Tork ' eta anstt, 8 (OalleU, B Hjt Bt. LouU, tl Baltimore, 8. ;' MH Brooklyn, D Cleveland, 3 (flnl gami). i. rHt Cleveland, Bl Brooklyn, S (second gams). 'v Louisville, St Philadelphia. 4. !r- Mt Flttabnrg, ( Washington, B. Bk At Boston Bala. (' Tint record. Uf JVr rvr K CIhIh. Won.Lotl.Cenl, Cltthl. Won.Lott.Cent. imt Baltimore... .73 na .088 Loiiist1IIs....U OS .441 ! Boston 73 84 .OfiM PhllsdllUbla.!! OH .441 ! Haw York, ..67 HS .638 ntUi.urg ....47 0 .tint VK Cincinnati... ,ea 43 .DUO Brooklyn ....44 nil 4. 6 liM';. Cleveland... .00 62 .DU Wnaliinton .48 1 ,43u gin Chicago 60 09 .tSV !t. Lojls I!7 8J .218 : IJf.'." new ToriK, 3; Cincinnati, 3. , ! Pitcher Mcckln undo It possible tor tho Cln- I Br elnnalls togetadrawnt tho Polo Oruunds jos- f' Hi terday by missing n 1ml I bunto.l for a sierllleo. : A fifmi "ni Michael Tlcrnan sivod tho New Yorks from ; h iM defoat by cracking out a ajfu hit which tied the ';(, icore. Tho hoavy shorter of tho oarly morning ;' ' ' ill had again flooJod tho otitUold, unklim- tho l ell'1 diamond so sogy that long hits wore so.irce. QWtt The homo Uatu did sonio headless work in ''iB tho way of lulling for tho rlubt mini to ; J IB;' tako Infleld files, ami could not hit Ehret's i Hi curves until Intu in tlio game, whereupon ho i jHt" was taken out or the box, und ltlilnca dictkod ' ' SB l thebltting. ThnCiiivliiiidtUpl,i)id a buuullttil -'' H(' Ileldlng guuie, Mcl'lico ni.iUini; bouiu crrnt Htou-t i'' ; and calcue!i. They got Ihu worst of llireu vloso ' -" 5B decisions rendertd ty Uinpiro Kinaile. but did H U" cot kick, although tbo rulliiRs ncie of vlln.1 Iiii- l iB'' port to thoiii. Van IUItrvn and Tlermui did U r; po.irly all tho battluir for the Niw Yorks, find :i ;Bt. Itonnelly, Cl.irk, ami U.ula carried otf Ihu '' ; other honorn. ' 1 .'' " Uug" llollidiiy began the game u 1th n base if fBtt on balls ami Hoy buniejt hi1v. Miller wait out i jHjf on three foul bums Hint ClnrU robbed llccklcynf P ! Bit- bit with a remarkable lop. 'I hen JUl'heo f iBT? filled to Ulenson unit tuo men were let t. When ;.. 'H',' fihrelbegnn looblngup his ensy ouet In tho hiit ' A J Hi' half, the (.rlllcs looted for uuie heuv) butting ". 1BI' ei' the No Yorks. Vuu IUItrrn grounaod to k BK' bevkley, McCruory popned one to Conorun, and ' V ))- Tlernun drnppod n eatu hit In le.l. Davis rc fc Blv celvednn orotlun ai he meptied to tho pl.itu In -S 3flL' recognition of htsulumng bit on Wednesday. !j 'Bt" ' drove a hot ono to Hockley, who made a ,'j BJ pretty stou, anil Mlko w.is lert. 1J BJ In the second Tlorimn pulled In Corcoran's fc BJA liner, Irnin xtruik out, und Hehrtvor ham- ' i,Bj uiercd tho ball into tho left-Held pond for tuo J.&Bli pasoa. Elirot raise 1 n little fly near lirst baso, tBI' which ks dropped by Aleckln. It was Clark's i tin bail, und the hig pitcher should have let him ''aSP tako II. Shrier rraehed third on the error, '' f.Wml aud when Kbrot muile ablutr to sto.il, tho red- ; i"B 5 faced catcher as nailed lit the pluta In clever V $H ' Style. Uleiiion nasoul at tlraton nelosophiy !?' In the lust h ilf. Clark was hit on the leg and J () Varner received four balls. Donnelly rocehed t n c loud cheora AS bo canto up, and Corcoran ' promptly deprived him of a b.ise hit, ami War ( 'altit;; nor whs forced. Uonnellystole second, but both :eBI, ''') a,ul Clark v, ere left, as Meekin sent a bounder ' F " to Corcoran. ',. :' ;' Mtfekln'e speed was too much for the visitors ; !'BaV lu the third, and three of thcra went out In flcld i vBt ips. For the locale Van Haltren struck out, ' 'iBMi McCreery filed to Holllday, and lieroan 'isamt i:rt)uuned to Mil'heo. i If BK4 In Cincinnati's fourth, Beckley sent a roller to 'fvHtV Clark und was an ea-T out. Mcl'hce roccUcd ' Rial '" Iollr balls, and started to steal on Coreorin's i 1H 4 third strike Warner's throw down was good, iVflM ' mid roslle called McPhco out. In tho last half. I 1 M'B r Uth one out, Olcason got four balls and stulo Jjl'Bi' second. Hoy made a beautiful running cutch of 3 H ', Clark's long drive, and lieckley got Warner on a ifi '-Bar u" atop. HTrBSA The Ico was broken In the fifth. Irwin began 'iVjfBlii Cincinnati's half with a clean two-burger und UHa aeored on Sobrlver'a single. Elirot put uuufo ' BfBasK 2'" ,n centre and Meokin fumblul llolllday's ilaTB bunt, thereby losing a chance to retire Schrivcr -fBW' at third or the batter at first. Hoy bit to Clark f,MI; and Sohrlver was out at ihu plate, hut Warner i- Bait' threw the ball Uvu tcet over Clark's Head and -:, Kbretranln. JlcCreery shut Hoy off at second with a pretty return to Davit. Miller and Heck- v BM''1 ley followed with safe bits, Holllday counting, , iB lutt Mcl'bee ended the rally by uinashlngotio to i :; Meekin tor the tnlrd out. With two out in i 'BaV' ow York's half. Van Haltren singled, but Ale- $ Creery struck out. 5; Corcoran b-gan the sixth with a scratch and i ; wasiorcud h) Irwin, vim d called out on a I ;'" elial when ho sctiued to bo safe. Tuen Schrlver Ik' f aaB. (truck out. lt IBtV Tho cranks begun to root In cnniest when. In ifi fleam f tho lust halt. Tlcinin (Inno a Iwautlful buii. hit IF; 'BIf t left and DaiinslngUd io rlglu. taking second .' "aBi on the tbron in. tllr.sou i-unic Io lime with n , ''Bali': a.ife bit to right on which Mlku scored and IJavU IB J BAT bugged third, Slcl'luo then caught u hot liner i ! rBK' from Clark's hat mid (i!ca-oa wan uoub.ed up at i i ;BI tlrat. Wurner drovo a h.nl one oerseco d. It I :' HHi looked like a hit, bin .Mcl'hce made u ubenotne- f, !,; nnl one-hand pick-up end Juck.was out, 1)aU i IMM, being loltou third. , HI1' Meekin pulled out of a hole In Cincinnati's - r. S-c feventh. lie gave a Imsoon balls to Khret and Mill' Holllday filed out. Ho vlnlcil unci Miller shot "'' tho bull ouu linn for ceiiti-j Held. Ii.ixir, how- ' ClBi' ever, knocked It down, touched second, and f (fr' doubled up the Im tr at first. ( H "Lucky eavcntbl" nu thu cry when tho Now i r)BB.' Y'orks took their turn at tho bit. Donnelly t ? (bB ; (turted the fun with h slcHhlng basu hit to rlitht. ;. Hr II was lorcod by Meekin, and then Van Hal- ;; VHB tren lined a two-bagger to right, thu big pitcher ii landing on third. ' ilBf "Now. Mac! Hit It!" This wns the advice yHfi offered to McCroery, but bu struck out for tho 'ftlBi? aecond ttmo. and the crowd uiuuneil. rtrifVx "Hero's the Jcrseyui.ini" ii-llod a fat rooter, jeB " Lose it In tho lakel" criid another, while the , R'B(": crowa began to ruar in exi.ee tancj. Tlcrnan ! wai tod until ho bad Kbrct in the hole and then ,'I.HK,1' eniushod the ball on the nolc. It was his third IBB-? safe hit, and It sent in the runs that saved bis &' side from defeat. ! 'J ' BK "Keep it up, Davis!" tbe crowd screamed, but ! ; ': the groat player boomed a fly fur Miller und tho IS H; aide was ouu I . Meekin Increased his speed In the last two ! 11 Innings and tbe Iteds went out In order, Ithlncu, ' S ! who replaced Ehrel after tho seventh, was icry Bl' effective, too, the New Yorks fulling to get a , '.?. maD to ""u Then, at tho conclusion of the . Wi' ninth Inning, Kuialie cullod the game on account xflB" of darkness. Tho score: !E f ,1, . . a. ls.r.o.. i. . ln.r.o. a. a. 'K tl I"?"110'''-1 V 0 U 0 Holllday, if.. 1 o 'JO 0 ,K I i MoOrery,rt.O 0 I 1 u Hoy. cf o 2 3 0 0 R Li Tlsraao, ltt 8 1 0 0 Mlhsr, rf....o 110 0 V f K?'' "-it."0 I 5 0 Uckley, lb.,0 1 11 It 0 fe Oleason. b..o 111 6 McPh-e. 8b..o o II h ii K , ;- Oiaik, lb..0 o to 0 Oureurau.M.o 1 a a o I Jf. 'id 9 S Ulrwlu. Mb. l 1 o 0 u i i PoanHy,b.O 1 0 0 tlirlr,o...O g a 0 0 &ekn,p,...l 0 0 U I (br.t. p....:i l g o 0 ? - itaios, p.,.,0 oooo : i ' TotaU B 8 87 18 4 : T Totals 11 UX7 18 0 JfSWTorfc .....0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0-3 ' ; Oladaaatt.,.., 0 0 o o 8 o 0 0 03 - t Y larad rona New York, 8i CinolnnaU, I. Two ) vf base alia Vaa Haltren. Irwin, Sour,ver. MoUn I ae 1 - 4 2'foa' peaaaily. rirsttiaM un srron Cluolniiatl, I ' i . llratbass en ball. OB IUekl, St ult tbnt. a. ;E ) Btruck oui-Dy U..klrc i by gnrat, u. UK by 1 o ' I plicher-By Bsral. 1. Lafl oa liuu-New York, 6i ; . CtpclnnatL, a. Doubt play-Mcfbes aad Urcklar! i i IlaTls anil Clark i Warner and DatU. Tloio w huurV ; ; f umpires Knulle aail Oarpaatsr. Atuadauur 4,uoo. IM ' BnOOKLTH, 8(0 (VBURO, 2 rilUT QAUE. ' . The first : game was the most Interesting of the ( i' two played, at Eastern Park yasternay. From : tf atart to flnlsb It wai an almost even light, and I 1 whon the Hrooklyns anally scored tba niniiair , '-ally the crowd oaeared aa if the ounrtl. t hud : ; , been between two leading teams. Payne lias n : always been BeotlTe against the ClovolHiids. (bl I put hU work In ye;Urday game waa even bet- ;fr tor than usual Theaoorei 'jraSiJ otT ctaniairD. -'! a.ln.r -a a. ls.r.o.i.a. .1P ion"- rf." ? 0 Brkstt.lf...i im 7 mmJi-'".vi If? 0 Callda, Sb...o 1481 ('I , Wa48b..O 5 I I 0 Walloe.b.. I B 0 'him- Actermoi,U.O 0 0 5 OCouuor.lUO 0 0 1 J A.8mUo0 0 8 1 0mmr,o...0 0 8 0 0 ! J ' u. bm lta, ssj J 0 8 I Powsll.p.,,.0 0 0 4 0 'im Si?" ? "?" T0U1S .7 7.8Bl15 "i . eul wbta wtutacrua was soorad. ', tJk ' OUvslaad. 1 4 0 0 0 I 0 0 0-8 1 iJ-ffl S?rT.Br0?k,2n- I 0B errors- 'M K?"i!.,B,' F'ajalaaa. 8. Left en bass-llrook . ( ' if bbiii'. ..'f'.' St ..- blU-LachaBoe, I ,??,! 5url.V' J'allae.. Jeaas. fttolra bata- "I ' trftp.5JitoTosnpow.,' c oufc pew."; : m okifd?7! i.4, D,?uJlU P TrBur"1 Wartare and ; . I , SiiS-i !Ka iiaftsi:"-- p"-. 4lH' OUSVN, 0) BROOa-TN, U.-BBOOKD OaUB. fM l5i? XttffsV had ,h.a P'oMUjaof aeelng hla UM . Piayeratke the second game, tbelr only vlctorr ' 2f.W,e,rn at Estern Park. Altheugb the t-1 s U"" PiajreM :ore, "" runs In the early 'hWf s SS.1lnltll Pcttors had hopes of another fttiW local victory, be ev ng that the nrooklvna VM JT,u.'rt V." b e.to b.rln" " their hits at b r ght KB' "'n.0- Uarule'a players took kindly to Cuppy l m ' while the game waa young, but ae tbe Innings ?" Iwr SJ.aad41',M. K.w Terk vs. ClaclDaall BaBaWVk.u. c"l, - BBBBJ jMjjK-BBBjBBSMa Sih'i'Am, j passed by the Clerelnnd twlrler had ererythlng his own way. The score: saeosLni. o-raujiD. ic ls.r.o. a. a. a.l.r.o. Jodm. rf..,..o gaol narkett,ir...l 1 a 1 0 Ortffln,ef..0 0 4 0 0 Child. !b...O 18 8 0 Bhlndle. 8b..0 10 0 0 Wallace, 3b. a 8 8 10 Anderson, lf.0 14 0 0O'Cunnor,lb,0 16 0 0 Lach'ncr.lb-O 0 tl 0 liMcKetn, s.s.l 8 18 0 Bhoch. 8b,. ..0 8 4 4 1 Mekertng.cf.l 110 0 Orlm, o 0 118 O Zltnmer.e.,.0 10 10 Fisher, p 1 1 0 a 0 McAlllitor.rf 0 10 0 0 O. Smith, ss.l 0 18 1 Cuppy, p,,l 0 0 8 0 Totals. .a "SsTlTll T6tals....!8io7iT"o Brooklyn.., 0 0 0 u 9 o 0 0 08 Cleveland 0 1 B 0 0 0 8 1 06 Earned rum Cleveland, 8. Flrnt base on errors, Cleveland, fl. Left on buot Drooklyn, 7 Cleveland, f. Three.haw hit Mcltesn. Two-base bits Jones, Wallace, McGaan, 1'ickrrlni. stotrn bases Aniter en.MeAlltster, Walla e, Diirkett. First ae on balls Off Cuppy, 4t off Fisher, 3. Mnick out By Cuppy, t. Double plsy llnrkstt and Zlmnirrt Cbldssnd O'Connor, flit by nlteher Utlflln. Umpire Hunk Time 1 hour and 63 minutes. Attendance 8,888. ST. LOCK, 4 1 SaLTDIORC 8. lUi.TTMOaK. Sept. 3 The Drowns nsstly tookthe ehamplons Into oatnp to-day iu a ten inning same. Though both pitchers were bit for double flsjures, they were wonderfully effective when the bates were oofttpled, twenty-five men be lot left oa burs. Errors by Kelley sud UcUraw, toarther with two tloBles, let (be Drowns score the winning run In Ibe tenth. The ecorsi BitTixoaa. I ST. LOUIS. a. 1 a. r o. a. x. n. 1 . r.o.a. . Men raw, sb.l 1 0 a ll)ouitla.e....S 8 8 10 Krelfr, lib.,,0 n 1 0 0 L'rim,,i 0 4 3 0 1 Kelley. lf....l t 0 u Sillrtinaa.3b.O 18 6 1 8trntel,cr..,0 3 6 0 0 Turner, rf.,.0 8 10 0 Doyle, lb... .0 1 16 3 oll.nllj, lb ... . 1 0 In 0 1 Helta. 2b. ...0 8 17 O.llouicm'n.lf.O 8 a 0 0 Qulnn.si..,, 0 a 4 S 0 Hurley, ef...O 0 0 0 0 lloiiluson, o..l 8 a u 0 llaltinan.ab.O 0 4 4 1 Honii.p o 19 4 ilsuduoir, p...i i o a o Jenniuiii...,0 oooo Total 4 18 80 18 4 Total 8 IS 30 IS 4 "Halted forl'ond In ths nluth Inning. Palttmom 0 0 0 0 10 110 00 St. Lunla 1 08000000 14 named rune IlAlttmore, a. Racrlftcn hits Cross, Tola SuiltHrr. Moien baert Cr si. Kelley, Doyle. Doul I" piay rrnM. tialluiau aud Lolly, 1 lrt hue on i rrnrs llultlmor, a. Klmt haan un bjil OH 1'onil, U; hit Miilhair, 3 Struck out Ry MidhofT, 2. Li-It on I r llililmore, IM St, Lonlv IU. Wild pitch MidhofT. Tl.ne hours aud lu minutes. Um pire O'Day. Att ndjiico l,s7, UllISUIXE, B riilLilnLriiu, 4. 1'uiLAbRi ruiA. sert. a The Phlladelphlas were un abln tu make It tbr-e tmlKlit from LotiUvlile tu-dsy, as they fell v etlnit to Mige-'s stratrgleeures. They helped aluntf tbe r o.n urf-at be a'upid plavs. La JoteV t rrinn bitting anil a dniible lay by Mathaod Crois w eru tbe only features. 1 he K'oret riltLAUSLriltA. I LUCISVILLE. ii is. r.o.A. k.I n. 1 s. r.o. a. r. Cooley, rf..,a I 0 o u Clarke, If.... 1 a 4 (i 0 Do.mi cf.. 0 1 1 u H Dolan, m.,,,0 1 1 a ti Oilli. If. ,.ll o a o l,wa,-uer. cf. 0 I Ii 0 1 Labile, lb.. .(1 all n i Vance, rf. ..a tl I ll 0 (icier, at I) 0 a 3 t Wi-nleti. lb.,0 113 ll O Crom.xb 0 tl ,1 a tl - mltli ii. 1 a I 8 0 Ku-h. 31 0 0 2 4 1 CllliillilJU,3bO 112 3 MotcrlM. o. 0 0 6 2 o l)riter,c....l 0 a 0 0 Wheleir, P...2 10 3 OMaee.p 1 8 18 0 Clements' ...0 0 0 0 0 Totals. .. S 10 37 8 Totsll . ...4 S 27 14 3 II itted for Wheeler In the ninth Inning. Philadelphia 0 II 8 0 0 0 9 0 04 LouUvllle 0 0 0 0 8 1 0 8 00 KaniMl ruin I'lllalelph a. 2t Loul-ivllls, 8. Two bru.o blUU'ai,-'.. r, J ai ke, I'llaf-uiiui. Dowd, Lalole, Wheeler, Thr e-l w hit Lajole. Racrlflce hits Werdi-n, Dowd t2i. Stolen base Dowd. Left on bates Louisville, 4. Plillidelnhla, t) Mruck out Dexter. h. Double playt Na.h and Cro-t: (leler and Lajiile, lrat base oa errors L tultillle, 3; I'ulladelphla, 2. Klnit bur un lialU Cooley (2), Ortb, Wheeler, lilt by pltcber-Dolan. Lijule. Wild nit.hesMaee. 2. 1'a.ieJ billt SIcKoriand, Dezisr. Time a hour aad 13 minutes Umpire McFanand, riTTSBC'KO. A; WASH1N0TO1, 6. Wasiii-ioto. bept. 2. To-day's tamo came to a Queenabvrry tlnlah, W Ith tno out lu (he eighth and a run needed by the Senators to lie tbe score. Umpire Kellr i ailed Ibe iame on account of darkness. The crowd s armed on the Held and cbai.-d Kelly Into Farl Wagner's private office. It was ladles' dsy, and a po&sj of fair Ainazontana vbuted Kelly's crsnlum w.th full hooka from psraaos and clinched fists. Kvl y whs e-e:urted to a ntreet car, hut was forced to make) bis exit ironi It. as a sect on of delegatea from tbe bitacherl. s Jumped on tbe car and engaged In varlout inelegam-ie of diction at thu zpente or the lucMeaa Indicator handar. Kellr beat bis retnat from the ear and dollvered hlinslf Into tho handa of a cordon of pullee. the P,rates won the game by bunculug tcrateh hits on Dreanchan. The acorei WASIIIVOTOI. HTTSBCRO. , .. t B-ta.r.o.A.E n.lu.ro.i.1. Selhach. lf...l 1 1 u I Donovan, rf.l 8 3 0 0 Orua-n. ef ..0 8 1 U 1'udden. ib..l 1 B a 1 DjiiiiiuI. l!b..l U 4 6 I' nillh, If 0 110 0 iarrell. c. ..0161 '1 )uls. lb....l 1810 u, ttman.rf..0 o I o t lluu"m'er,3b.o 8 110 Tu ker, 10.. 1 2 0 1, Ij.i. J 12 3 1 Hellly, 3b. ..1 2 16 0 Brodle, cf....l 12 0 0 Wrlgley.ss.,1 10 4 1, UKdeu. O....0 1 a 0 0 Slercer -j 0 o ii u c rauucblll. p.l 1 1 1 o ltrencb.iu, pu 1 1 o e llunbey, p...O u 0 0 0 11 cUulrc....0 v 0 o c Totals a iits u 2 Totals 6 13 24 11! 1 Hatted for Bresnehan lu the eighth Inning. t Two out when gonie was called. Wnahlnitton o o a o 0 1 0.. 6 Pitts urg 3 loooo 8.. 8 Earned runt Wash ngton, li Pittuburg. 2. First base by errors Washington. 1 1 Pituburg. 1. Left on bun Waabluxtuu u. Pltttburg, 7. FHitbaM-ou talU OfT Merer. 1; off llrtsnehau, 1: off Hucbey, I. btruck nut lly Mere r. I: by Tannebln. as bv hrea-n-han. 4. Home run Tucker. Tftree-b a hit bug dim. To bate bit Demuutrevllle. n riflc-e hlt Ilunovan. em ih, K y. htoleu bue Davis. Hit by pit her lly lireanehan, 2. Umpire Kelly. Time a hours and 10 minutes. Atlantic "Lena-lie. AT LA 9CASTEB. f.anesiter 8 10000010 27 12 6 Newark 000 3 20010 03 13 4 IJatterlea Clauten and Wentei Cogan and Ilothf uss. AT rATKKSOM. Paterson 1 10 8 0 0 0 0 87 A 0 Heading 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 la 6 llatterles Vlau and Weatlake; Osrvln and Ralney. AT EICIUCOID. Richmond 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 18 12 l Uartford 1 0 0 U 0 0 1 0 13 V 4 Datti rles Schmidt and Foater; Fry and llosch. At Norfolk Itoln. Eastern taeue. at srRiionrxn, Springfield 0 0 0 10 8 11 87 ' 6 UufTalo 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 16 14 a Batteries Dolan and Duncan; Souders and Zabner. AT BCKA'-TOt. Beranton 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 04,' H a Moutreal 3 0 0 1 1 1 0 a 0-U 14 3 Uatterlea Olllen and Ounaon; Verrlck and Bsrger, AT WU-EESBAnUE. a. n, x Wllkesharre 4 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 07 la d Syiaciite u 0 3 tl 4 0 0 0 13 13 1 llatterles Patton and Oondlugt KUaenger and Byau. AT SCCANTO.1-110n.1I.10 OAHE. Beranton 1 1 032008 ..II la 4 Uoutreal 0 0 2 0 u 0 0 1 26 U 3 Uatterlea Jobnaon and Doydi Decker and McNa mara AI Providence rtaln. New Bnalaud League. At Newport llrooktnn, 3 1 Newport, 2. At Fall ltiver Fall lliver, H g Taunton. 6, Other C'umes. At Sntquehanno, I'u. Cuban X Ulants, 13: Susqus hauus, U, AT HACXEXSACK, OrltanlF. C 0 (1 1 0 0 0 n 0 0 1 "fi l'ateraon 0 6 0 0 o I 0 1 ..11 ll i Uatterlea Castro aud Cumlngi Weeks sud Touhey. Ilaseball Uamrt To-Day. KATIO-1AL LEAOCE A50 AUEU1CAX ASSOCIATIOH. Clncinnstl at New York, EABTEIIV LEAOCE. Toronto at Provldencei llulfalo at 8oiinrfleldi llont. real at Hcrantoui byrueuae at tV.lkoabarru. ATIJ1ST10 LEAOCE, Newark at Lauca ters Hartford at Norfolk (two game.), Athletics at Itlchmond itwo games). Ilaseball "Votes. M, Ooldfever. 1, No. 2, Yes. OrsnguU.-t. Vis. 2. Nichols. O. K. 1L It la a matter uf opinion. P. W. L.,(Tremout. Tweuty-ttven years. O. Jl.-l.'lt is a hard queitluuAo autwer, 8. Clarke. vJT'i,"-.?-;".-" " w",'heFalI ltiver Club. Ths New York Club lias no claim ou uim. Kid Certej'B West New Vurk Club will plsy the Cuban X ulauii utzt hunlay st Wschawkcu. It will not bs surprlttng If thrre Is a change in lha msnageiueut of lb- Cluoagoa beforo n'xtjcil j.'Jtw,k,r,1.,craul"i'"I"'.t1"" " I'lltsburgiwlll play Jake tlothf uat ou hrat bo whou tusy vuit ths Polo Orouuda uext week, ,l,'i''nB,,ALol", C1.".'' of "" Katlonsl League will meet ftea., ue duclunatla. fcWn, lmu?iS,.V .,l'''n,""1t, "" be compelled to pais a stringent Sb.dk ini"','.u; llr? aua ''w1' ' "is rVsardlcg aWk int. lad. The present rule Is violate.?' Arthur Irwin Is tslked of as raanaaar of i,. x .h'n.L?.obn';.'!ry,ar'" "l -. -SJ! tol-. SSSSS .mu';a;u'arUaa,a.l1oJec.n,7 w"" wlao.ni : .lib new uBiTaa HffjRg.- KXS!:air"'.w.''sis saaammssaaM c-',' itv.tW I t,-t CLAYTON'S FINE FINISH. T17J5 OOZOJIBD JOOKET TTIlfS TJIB TVXtF UASDIOAr W1TUDBEB8LA.TBR. A Baperb Bide neepeaslble Par the Head Vie-lery-Taral Wlae the rarlrldga 8 takes with Central Tmst-Tralley, Hairpin, Ieet est. anal Tartrldge the Other Wlnaers. The Turf Handicap at one mile and a quarter over tbe grass course at 8b.eepsb.ead Day yestor day afternoon, whloh was won by W. O. Rolllns't flvo-ycar-old horse Dcenlayer, by Midlothian out of Doe, was one ot the grandest racos Im aginable, Deerslnyer, Ilalfllng, Rensselaer, and Donde Oro passing tho Judges bunched beauti fully. Tbe other stake feature of ths day, the Partridge, for two-year-olds, rwn over the turf track, also furnished an exciting struggle, John E. McDonald's Contral Trust, by Meddler out of Money Uox, gottlng homo half a longth bo fore (Jala Day, who had Laverock at his throat latch. Thernlnof the early morning converted the dirt track Into a bog, and there were numer ous withdrawals. Ten candidates went to the post for the Turf Handicap, which came last on tbe card, John E. McDonald's good colt Ronsselner, with Fred Taral up, was the unanimous choice of the tal ent, nnd tho handsome three-year-old went to tho post with 8 to 5 against him. Damlen, with Sloan In the saddle, wns second choice at 4 to 1, while It whs S to 1 each Don de Oro and Ilalfllng and 8 to 1 Deerslnyer. The llght-welgbtod Jef ferson, at 40 to 1, went out to make the running at tbe start, closely followed by Rensselaer and Ilalfllng. At the head of tho strotch Clayton huggod tho rail with Deer slayer, nnd when tho field squared away for tho run homo tho little buy horse fairly flew. Don do Oro had nil the time been tindorapul), while Taral was whipping and spurring Rensse laer, so that It looked to the casual on-lookor as If tho favorite would be beaten by Mr. Belmont's throe-year-old. At tho furlong pole, however, Don do Oro was under punishment, and he was head nnd head vt Ith Ilalfllng and Rensselaer. Ilalfllng ran surprisingly well tinder the whip, as ho wan going beyond bis dlstanco; In fact, so well did lie perform that he had tho threo-year-ohls soundly boatcn fifty yards from home. When victory seotned within tho Canadian's grasp Deerslayor, under Clayton's whirlwind riding, bore down next tbe rail and snatcliid the victory on the very post by a short hoad. Rcnssclaur and Don dc Oru noro right tborc, third nnd fourth respectlvelv, beaten only a urd or two. It una a euporb tlnlah nnd rellects great credit upon Mr, Vosburg'e skill as a bamlloipper. Tinkler w.is withdrawn, and Plaudit and Bwango added to the list of starters for tbe Part ridge stakes. John McCafTcrtv's Q da Diy closed fatorite at 13 to 3, but there was nlmoit ! as mucb demand for Central Trust nnd Plaudit, ' 3j to 1 being the prot ulllng quotutlon about ' tbem at the close of speculation. Tho Canadian I (lily Ltiverock was tbe outsider, at 30 to 1. Ken nioreQuecu brokoa trltle lu fro t at tbe start, but her advantage uas only momentary. Gala Day ruehlng to the front and leading by a length uu'U the head of the strotch wan reached. Taral, who bad been waiting with Central Trust In second position, then made play and a furious drive ensued, Attbe furlong pole Walker brought Lavirock up on the outside, nnd whins tiero cracking all tho way home. Central '1 rust k on by half a length, while Oala Day beat Laverock a short head for setond money, Snnngo appeared to ho interfered with shortly alter the start, and Martin pulled tho son of Onondaga up bo nharply that bis chances of winning ere destroyed. Plaudit did not seem to relish the grass, and will do much better on the regular dirt course. Jockeys Tural, Walker, Perkins, It. Williams. Clayton, and W. Martin nore each lined $25 for misbehavior at the post In this race. Yankee Ham aud Hairpin carried tbe bulk of tho money In the opening event over the Futurity courts, tbo former closing a slight fuvorlto over tbe Dwycr representative. Hair pin mil Zcllu outran the others from the start, the former n Innlnir cleverly by a length. Yankee Sam and Field Lurk, enme with a great rattle at the wire, and tba former beat Zeila a short head for second money. The beautifully bred Field Lark, by Ooldtlnch. out of Musical Clem, was fourth. Midget O'Connor, who rode Zellu, was suspended tor one racing day for misconduct at the post. Hnmiro II. was the choice for the mile dash, but Mr. La udcmati's big brown four-) ear-old never got to the front. Dorian made the run ning until well Into the stretch, where Sloan shot Partridge out of the bunch nnd won as bo ploased in slow time, Dorian was second and Talisman, tho rnnk outsider, third. After Trolley's splendid performances at Sara toga, Ilrlghlon Rencb. and Shccpshend Day It was surprising to tlnd as good as 3 to 1 against tho daughter of Marlenhuru In a sprint at sit furlongs. Estuctt ai the favorite, but n Jostling and bumping match in tho opening furlong threw him out of the contest, nnd it was Trolley ail the nay. The speedy lllly tired some In the final sixteenth of a mile, hut vthen Tripping chnllenced her she responded gamely enough, and won by n good neck. Ilreak o Day was third, only u nock away. Thero twib no hid for Trolley vhen sho vn put up for sale, hut F.s Uch Has claimed by Orlfflii&Siinotis for(S1.3'JO, a very thcap burse, cirtaluly, an his former ownir. P. Dunne, would scarcely have taken twice this tliruio forlilm. The fifth race, which originally hod fourteen starters, was nhsolutely butchered. There were nine withdrawals, liicludlnu Ren Ilrush nnd Free Advice. Of those remaining. Poetess, at 7 to 5, was selected to win. Hamilton II. gave the filly an nrirutnent, but Sloan managed to get homo by nearly a length to the good with tbe favorite. Hamilton II. beat Lonetn two lengths for econd money. Wlitiito was suspended ono raclnor day for Im pertinence to the Btartor, and Mrs. W. C. D.ly was fined $10 for not running Her Own In the colors on the cards. Summaries follow: FITtST ItACC For maiden two-year-ul la, selling; by subscription of (10 each, with SHOO aaded, of which $1U0 to sec ond and S3u to ihlrli Futurity course: I'. J Dwyer'a h. c. Hairpin, by Inacx ctor B Bonnie Meade, Vt (Wllhlte) 1 C. K. Uchmann bon's ch. c. Yankee Sam, 103 (T. Slo.nj ; g W. II. torlwa'ab. f. Zella. SB (O'Connor) II ball r King, Deal, tlenaro, Teller, Field Lark, Hla doonot, Jack Dandy, Ka Hardcaatle, and Merlin alao ran. Homelike lert at lbs pott. T m, lllll. netting Against Yanlee Sam. 8 to It Uatrpln, 8a to It Z lit. Bta It Field Lark, 7 toll lloiMiike, M tl 1: Bailor Klug. 12 to It Ilmduon. t, 20 to 1 Tell r, 40 to 1; D-al, SO to It Kale llameaatle, Jack Dandy, and Merlin, eaob 60 to 1 ; tlenaro, 100 to 1. BKCOND HACK. For three-year-olds and upward, non-winners of xnoretbaa two raeea in 1HH7i wetghta ten pnuuda be low the acaht; by subscription or 10 each, with 0u0 added i of which 81uu to aeuoad and sou to thlrdi one mile: J. K. Maitden'a b. f. Partridge, , by Longfellow OU' en Beluga. 101 (T. Baian) 1 J.J. McCaiferiy's b. n. Dor sn.f). 120 (XcCafTerty),. 8 C. Llttleflald.Jr.V. h.o. Tallain.u.3, 107 (Mackey)... 3 Itauilro II. and Lake fibure a to ran. Time, 1:46 nettlng-Agalnat Ham ro II, 7to6iPartrl1ge.il to 6; Lake bhure, 8 to ll Dorian, 10 to 1: lallaman. 40 to 1, TmnD BACK. Ths Partridge Htakea, $1,50'), for two-yesr-olda, of 815 each, Btartera topiy 135 aldltlonali gua-autoed caahvaue 81.500, of which 8.00 toaecond and 4100 to third i alx rurlauge, ou turfi John K. u Duiiuld'a eh. -. Central Trust, by SIrd- dler Miiui-y Ian, 117 (Taral) 1 f-J lcB. ff'rty'Bth.o. oala Day, 113 (MeCafferty). 8 William Heudrte'a b. f. Lavein k, 114 (Waiker) ., 8 Fonauvaunah, Kcnmore Queen, Plaudit, and bwango alao ran. Time, 1 117. nsttlng-Agalnat Oala Day, lit to 6; Central Truat and Plaud.t, each 8H, to it Fonaavaunab, 4 li ti hwaugo, 6 to 1 Krnmore Queen, 16 to ll Laverock. 80 to 1. FOURTH HACK. For three-year-olds, non-winners of (700 selling! by sutucTipiInu or 810 each, with tooo added, of which SIOi .osteons aud (51) to th rdi six furlongs, ou main track! -astln Lsrable'a b. f. Trolley, by Murtenhurat May lot (Clayton) 1 J. K KeenoV eh. f. Tripping, 104 (II. Martin) '. g artniu Hiiiikiu's h.f, ilreak o'Day, 108 (T.WIoan).. 8 Lord Zenl, Katioa. Domltor, Klepptr, Hurry Ut). Her Own, and rirsalde alao r,n. Time, lilt. 1.5. Dittlug Agaln.t Eaiaca, 2 to It Trolley, 13 to 6i Trliiping, 4 to It Lor Zenl, 8 toll Break o' Day. 10 In 1 1 hlepper and Dormltor, eaoh 15 to it Fireside. 30 toll Her Own, 40 toll Hurry Up, (0 to 1. """ Firrn ruc For thrse-year-olds an 1 upward, non-wlnssrs dur ing thla inert ngi bandlespt by auhaerlption of 110 each, with (tuu added, of which (185 .to second and (7i to tbtrJt one mile: ' William Lalmheer's ch. f. Poetess, a, by The Bard Ella Lskelaul, 1U4 (T.Sloan) i W. li. hi, k's LU. h. Ilanihtnn ll.. 4, 101 01. Martin) 8 J. C, Itogera's b. f. Loneta. 3, 109 (Trairpo) ,8 Lobeugula and lley d I Tlerra also ran. Time. 1:42:1-6. nettlog-Agalnil l'oetett, 7 to 6: Hamilton list's to 1 j Key del Tierra, 4 to 1 Lonsta and Lobengula. each 7 to lj HIXT1I RACE. The Turf Handicap, (l,800ifor thrra-ysar-oldt and upward) guaranteed caaii value (1,S0U (160 to sec ond and (50 to thlrdi one mils and a qurrtert W. 0 llolllna't b. h Dearalayer, 6, by Midlothian Dos, los (Clayton) 1 J' E' K!l ram's . n. Ualfl.ng. 6, 104 (Thorpe) 8 J. E. McDonald's ch. a Kent-elser, 8, 115 (Taral)..,, 8 Don de Oro, Damlen, Lincoln II., bong and Dance. Haphazard, and Jerferson alao ran. Time, 8:lu 1-6. Betllng-Asatnit Bcn.aelaer, 8 to 6i Damlen, 4 to 1 1 Don dt Oro and Ilalfllng, each 6 to 1 1 Dcerslsyer, 8 to llSougaudDanoe and Lluco nil., each 28 to It Ilsp batard and Jefferson, each 40 tol. Wluaers at Utlrelt. Erraorr, Sept. s.Out of ths six races on the card to-day but ona favorite could win on ths heavy, stioky track. Summaries i ". ,I:n Bac rivt furlongs. Boaadsa, 105 (Spencer), jptoj.wuni Flerida ItSte, 107 (Morrtson), 4 ti "C, Tl-?. 1.07." ' BB"y' ""'"""'U. V Wr Bsoond Bass One tallaBsau IdaaL tl ( (O. Bleff), BtoB,woni Uardsnbsrg, 116 y. Gartner), 10 to ll H00"4.' .? Irma, 107 (Ti(tott),B I, third. TI Bills ltDOa Third Race Seven fnrlonrs. U W 106 (a ItlenT, ilr.l01" A,.lcC., ll (Morrison), 7toB,scond Tan Klrkman. 1U (CampbeU), 40 to 1, third. Time, Fonrth IUceSlx furlonrs.-tvlls Drambls. 108 (ltorrl-on), a to , wont Judge Wardell, BH(Blsck), D5,'? It ;,ndl The Elector, Iub (J. uardner), 6 to 1, third. Time, ltlht4l . ."-'.?. K-Ssl'ill six furtODgsBlseklng nrush. 104 (I'lggotl), 8tol, wonirted Top, 1U7 jMorrtaon), third TIm,,Cl?!?l,l't:b,au,u, I04 (CamP-Ub 1B 8th na e-selling one mlle.-Vlee HefaL 104 fRandall), Kltol, wont Sir Brral. 100 (Campbell), ?S.X2 ,'"0OBd,Uockwood, 105 (Sherland), 18 to 1, third. Time, lttua4, ataclnc at Bt, Lonls. St. Lotru, Bept. 8. The rsees at the lair Oronnds this afternoon remlted as rollowst ... . , First llacc Chlawell, 108 (Hall). IB to 1, wont Draw Scat, 88 (C. hlaughtir), 10 to l.aeoondi Tago, 108 ic. Coniba), 4 to 1, th.rd. Time, ltvv'a Becond Raco-Eleisualxteentha of a mtle.-8lr Jo seph Lister. 88 C. Combs), s to I. wont Myrtle, 100 (Hall), 4 to b, aecondt Kat'e Rutherford. 100 10. Mur pl,:2,5,,1", rime. 1 108. , ... Tnlrd Race Three-quarters of a mile luanlta, 08 Scroti), barred In th bettlngl Slddubla. 10s- (O, omos), 7 to 1, aecondt Reel, t3 (Stevens), 10 to 1, th rd Aquarelle, u:i (Nixon). 7 to I, fourth. Time, Ills. Ostswers paid on Blddnbla towlnilteel for the plan and Anuarella tosbow. Fourth Rsee-kleven-slxteenths of a mil. rerrall, 110 (O. Comlmi. l to 8, wont Lsdy of tho West. 110 (Sueil), 83 to 1, tecoudt Dave Waldo, 100 (Foucon), (I to 8. third. Time, l:(ina4. . . . Fifth tlaee Three-ouarlera of a mile, Ardoth, 107 (Illnkey), 8 to 1, won i Mcholaa, 101 (C. Slaughter), u to 10, aecundi Meddler, 104 (Hart), 4 to I, third. Time, lllt'i. Sixth Race One mlte.-Tranby. Ill (Illnkey), B to 8, wont Con Regan, on (Southard), lb to l.sicondt Can Gallop, lot (Hall). 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:43V On the Harlem Traok. Cmciao, Sept. 3. Two favorites, one acoond choice, and three ouuiders won at Uarleni to-day. Bum marlea: First Race Six furlongs. Olobe Y.. S3 (C. Gray). 8 to l.wom 8tara and btrlpea. 71 (J. WooUa), 6 to 'J, aecondt Lady Marls. 74 (11. Brown), 80 to 1, third. Time, 1:10. Second Race Five furlongs. Cryatalllns, 100 (A. Barrett), 1! to I, wont Candle Black, 105 (J. Woodl), 80 to I, aeeond: Pearl, 101 (T. Uurna), B to 0, tblrd. Tim . lilllti, Third lUce Six furlongt. Jo Rhelhy, 87 (Donald son), u to 1, want Morlarty, Mh (T. Uurna). even money, s-eondtT-eta May, 105 (Caywood), 10 to 1, third. Time, I'13j. F mrth llaoe hlx furlongs Imp, 07 (P Clay), 7to 6, wont Harry Duke, 106a (T, Murphy), !! to 1, sec ond: Ai uae, ItlKA Barrett), 6 to 3, IblM. Time, Itl3, Fifth Race One mile aud a alxteeuth. N ic-edali, 103 (W, Dean), in to 1, womToay Honing, un (Don. aldaoni, 18 to 1, aecondt Chirlle Christy, 1U6 (T. Murphy), 8 ton. third. Time, l:4thi. blxth Race Six furlauga Blue Jak t, 00 (Con nelly), 18 to 1, wont Miss Young. 107 (Clay). 6 to 2, secondi Helen Wren, 1U5 (T. Uurna), 3 to 1, third. Time, ltlB. Itsulfa at IVewpnrt. Ciscivvati, Stpt a. Th's the next to the Uat day of the NewK)rt rces saw about the tooreat attend ant e of the meeting, bummarlea: First Race six furlon , -a. Heritage. 108 (KTen-tt), B to I. won i Carrie l.vle, )02 tCharlea), (1 to 1. aec ondt Ram art, 108 (Thornton), 10 to 1, third. Time. l:ina. eeoond Race Five and ahalf furlong', Lanky Boh, lot) tOverto ). 5 to I, won: Deorle U , luii illhav.ti), even, second! Dutch Comedian, 103 (James), 0 to 1, third. Time, 110. Third Hi f-One mile and a sixteenth A. B. O.. 108 (Overton), ven, wont Jambon. 15 (Jamea), 5 to 1, aecand; Loyalty, 105 (Murray). 10 to 1, tnlrd. Tlrre. 1:501a. ''- Fourth Race One mile Performance, 107 (lllll), even, wont Mertle Iteed, 10J (Everett), 8 to I, aco ond; Kullltan, lus (Overton), 3 to 1, third. Tims, Italic,. Fifth Rsee Four and a half furlongs Ada Rus sell. 110 tOvertoni, a to 1, won: Aunt Maggie. 110 (Akcr). lot.il, te-ot.d: lena Myers, 110 (Fowler), la to 1, third. Time, 0:56. news rrora ll e Iforan World. PonTSXocTli. K. II., Sept. 3 Rain caused a post- Bonem-nt of the ttottlug at Uranlte state Park, over, to-day, lUnrroRD, Sept. 8. The Charter Oak races on the card for to-day were postponed untu to-morrow on account of rain. flowing. Tho oarsmen who will competo In tbe Labor Day regatta of the Middle States Association uro making the mutt of tbolr time during the few days which now remain for training. Tho short evenings are proving a serious handicap to the young men who hare to work bard all dny and have to depend on getting a spin on the rlvor after business hours. Most of them have to do their rowing after darkness sola In. which Is extremely dangerous, as thero Is no war of carrying lights on the frail racing boats. Thero was considerable rowing on tbe norlem River yesterday, and It was continued well into the night, with only one accident of conse quence reported. This was a collision be tween the Junior double of the Ilavcnswood lioat Club of Astoria and the Junior elght-oarcd shell crew of the Union Hoat Club, in which the doublo shell was completely wrecked. The Havenswood crew eceni to bo ruther unfortu nate, as this is'the second bout that bus come to grief during the past week while they have been , taking their practice epins. On Tuesday night a telephone mcsaso was received at tho Hotel MurlLoronch from Aeiorla, during tbe meeting nf thoMiddlo hlatos Heirntln Ae-oclallon. ask ing Io have the Ituveiiewood entrj withdrawn on account of tho erauahing of tbo crow's boat. Tho trouble waa adjusted by the Nonpareils of-ferine- to lend them a boat, and labt night saw tho finish of tho Nonpareil craft. I'nltss tho Itavetiswoud uro ablo to borrow nnnther boat it is liurdlv likely that the doublo will lie seen In line next Monday morning. The Unions regret the accident very muih, but claim that they , mere not nt fault, as tho doublo ran into thcui In the dnrk. A race look place last evening shortly before darkness set In botneon th sonlor and Junior elght-oared crews of tho Union Hoat Club. It was over tho regular tulle cottr-e, and tho Fcnlor. who wero In tho old paper boat, won by about threo loturlliB, Until crews ara rowing vory fast. The eeninrs will commence rowing In their cedar boat to-morrow. Prominent anion;,' the crew s seen on the river taking tholr regular practice i-plna wero the senior elght-oared t,hcll, senior four-oared Khell, and intermediate four-onred gig crews ot the Atnlanln llout Club; tho Junior elcht-oared shell crow of the First llohomlnns, the senior four-onred shell crew of the Hnrlcm Itowlng ' Club, nnd tho Junior nnd Intermediate four oared gig crows of tho Metropolitan Itowlng Club. Yachting. Tho committee of seven ynchtsmen appointed at tbo flr.t ti'ce Ing of tho yachUmcn of this country and Cinnda for tho purpoeo of draft ing a set of uniform by-laws nnd ruclng rules to govern the propoaod Nutlonnl Yachtlmr League, met at the ofllco of Newbury I). Law ton, 40 Wall otroet, Amlllus Jarvls, representing the IntorlaLo Yachting Association, and Frank I llowno Jonos, Socrotnry of the Council of tho ' Yacht Racing Union of Long Hland f-'ouml, , wero the only nbsentcrs, the dolcgntcs present ;elng Harold Samlcreon, I rchiuont Yniht Iub: IxiiiU M. Clark oflloaton, Mneenrhuselta Yncbt Racing Ascoolntlnn: J. Mncllonough of Fun IrnncUcp, Puclflc Yacht Racing Axeocin tlon. and S, D. Lnwton. Atlantic YaclitClub. I Tbo cammlttco pmctlctlly uirrccd upon an I equitable- eel of ruloi for tho government of the I loague, the lln I --clottlnn bating boon evolved from various Ideas and suggcslioni that bavo been BtibmltU'd from 1 1 mo to tluio by the eov- i cral mcuibori. In framing tbo now laws, which luusl bo suhmltlod back to tho vurlnun clubs and aseoclntlonu before being Anally adopted, great euro waa taken to allow tho utmost lati I udo as to racing rule. which aro anything hut uniform In the dilfcront sections of tbo country, their object being to avoid giving tho slightest grounds to any club for holding aloof from the now organization, the solo purpose of which Is to further tho interests of yucht racing. Hera Heats Vaqucro. Newport, 8opU 2. It wns a poor day for yncht racing, yet the thirty-footers were ns active as usual. Vnquoro III. and Hera sailed In the third round of tbo " pair " starts and the remainder of tho floet for sweepstakes. Tho wind wns light all dny and tho weather was threitenlng, Tho pair wore sent off nt 3:18 on tbe Drlg Ledge course, the Hera leading from start to finish. For the sweepstakes the start was made at 8:28 and the courso was tbe triangular one, twice ovor. The Veda crossed first, but the Curollna soon took iho lend and would have won easily had not she picked up a lobster pot. which put her out of the race. Puck then won easily over Vedu. Summary: PAIR RACKS milll) ROUND, ffnpted ir J'lniia. J true. TJoal ami Oiener. it. . s. H. M. s. nrra...,K.K, Ellis 7 43 88 4 HO 3 VaquerolU..U.B.Burysa (Dl a not nulth.) BWEEI-STAKES. "; E.p, Morgan 0 14 50 8 46 60 ,?ya O, Vauaerblll. 0 16 61 8 47 61 ""- J. JuMUlmaa 6 IV 40 8 61 40 f:V .l":;'": ""Douous-h .... ...o vn uo 8 o o Dorothy II,. .It P. Whitu y tl 80 80 8 63 86 tiSiiiiV'-S -Jnnings 0 88 88 8 64 88 "arollna P.Jones (Did not finish.) Odds ana Baas or Sparta. wiii?.,"?!. h 01me.f the National Atblstle Club In Si nJS,.iUrf .b." ,u,t b." om late i and la rea ly for tS.k'.ii?,', "'.lusted on Cedar street, near lusb wick arenu , an J United with a.l modern Imurore fo'SiiS r.c,.,.,t ' 7.uo- iulh"uib Kuon tba ifat li. Wi,U nouw;wriulng suuie time within Ibei.sxitwoHusi, probably liumedialtly alter th ??,.'.?, du' "" whleu'u to take pa it fjy. press Ildls Park ouSaturd.y. Sep:, ll. on thU ooca S'.0.UhU'?,i,",?uf0"nn'u,"wll"nc"'de a I00.5 b?d .''.S. lUl,l hammer throwlug. ruonini zSLlu ltmp .,-arj datu, a nvvuiLU bicycle raoi running hlgu Jump, ihrowlng a baa.bail. pulling the shot.andau.baIlEau.s Ulwesa U-msIrUa1 i4 single members oFlE club, a a iiiliiitttt..tiiii NE'S OF THE WHEELMEN: XAKSIM TAZK OF CXTTriTTO GUAR. ANIEE9 0,V irUBKLS AKD TIJtES. Attempt to Itsvlve Cvrle Bhewa Ont West Arensea Camment Fine Aaaert ent or Club nana Scheduled for tbe Holiday Racing at Cumberland Fair Rentes and .tote There Is considerable Indecision among the blcyclo and rubber tire manufacturers In rela tion to tho Imposition of guarnntres upon their '08 products. A meeting of the Rubb r Tire As sociation will be hold In this city on Sept. 8, when the question of guarantees for next season will be dlscussod. The existing guarantee on bicycles and rubber tires Is six months, a reduc tion from twolvo of Inst season. The tiro people are disposed to abolish the gunrnnteo on tires entirely, and tho wisdom of such n move will form an Important fouttire of their deliberations nort week. It Is expected, however, that no final action will bo taken on tho question until tho sentiment of the officers of the Nntlonal Cyclo Hoard of Trade Is obtained. Tbo Kxocu tlve Committee of tho latter association at a re cent mcotlug discussed the question of guaran tees and passod resolutions recommending to Its Hoard ot Directors that a three mouths' guarantee be adopted for noxt season upon bicycles dating from the purchase of tbo wheel. Doth associations work together harmoniously, and It Is probable that a mutual agreement will bo arrived at making the guarantee on bicycles and tires a three months' agroomctit for next year. Tho reduction of tbe manufacturers' guarantee from twelve to six mouths this year provoked considerable Ill-feeling among tbo buyers ot hlgb-grado w heels, and tbe.dropplng of the guarantee system entirely next season would mean n groat deal to riders. The announcement that a cycle exhibit will bo held at Chtcigo In November noxt has aroused considerable discussion among manu facturers and dealors as to what action tbe Na tional Cycle Hoard of Trado will tako regarding the show. Tbo latter organization hns decided not to sanction any shows this year, and tho question now Is whother the dealers will ignore tho edict of the Ro ird of Trade. The Sun reporter asked Secretary E. R. Franks of tho Hoard of Trade yesterday what acttou would lie likely to result from the move ment to hold exhibits this year. Ho sold: "The members or tho board uro as a unit on tho ques tion of shows this yoar. There may bo attempts by professional sbowmon to hold exhibits, but I bavo no doubt that such fixtures will receive scant support. When tbe board refused to sanction outside shows In tho past, they have been ignored by tho rctircscntalite trade people. Wo havo not heard otllclally of this Western show, but Inasmuch as every memhor of tho Hoard of Trade lias signed an ugreemont not to exhibit, I think the pro-meets of a successful show are not over bright, HitiDOKTON, N. J., Bept. 2. Six thousand per sons were present to-day nt tho closing session of tho Cumberland lounty fair, 'lliu hlclclo races, held unier L. A, Y. sanction, wore again the chief objects of Interest and evoked ereat enthusiasm, 'ihc sprinting of Austin in thedve tuilo amateur handicap nnd Miller in tho Ave mile proicsslunal hundlciip were thu features. A bad spill occurred In the Kirmcr race, which put four or dvo or tbo best men out of Iho contest. Summary: On -Mile Boys' Race, Amateur Won by F. S. Rob bins. Militllli-i Vtle7 F acell. Hrldgetan. lecondi F.(lar Ack.hr. Elmer, tblrd. TiLue.HmlauU.Sll, seconds Cue Mile Handlcsp, Amateur Won by Furmann Reeei. Mlllvllle. 30 vardat Frank Ilceiea, )I!IIIII., 110 ard, aet-ondt Lero)' Auatlu, Tuckelton, scratch, thlro. lime, t minutes lu, eu-unla. Five-Mile II ndicup. Amateur Won by Lerov Aus I tin. Tuc-aertau. airatc-u: Uuarlca Waidon, Mlllvllla. leuyr.ta. teeond: Burt But.er. Midline, 34U yards, tblrd lira . 13 minutes 5llv a-t-onda. Five-Mile 11-iudlcp, Prufewaiual A'on by Edwin F. Miller, via 1 nd, .cratch; Bin Peek. b. K. W., Pbll ad Ipblu. 150 yarili. second; H. Joanton, W. B. C , V50y&rds. tblrd. lime, 14 minutes 15 aeconda. One M le lor CumbeiUnti County Championship Won by Furman Reeve. M Hvll ; :L D. Oartou.Vtnu land. aecand: Frauk Heaves, MUlvlile, third. Time, 3 in.nutes 35 seconds. Runs have been arranged by the local clubs for Sunday as follows: New York Century Wheelmen. Coney Island; Lln wcad Whtelmeu. Rua!)n: Xavier W'leelnnn. Long Praach; Kluuuyae lib, rliiicn. Milled pttla. .-an Sal vador Whee.li.t-n. New tlaien; Lyceum Uhe Inieu, Ilualynt Fhelwood Wh einien. con. y l.landt Double Caterl Wbe, Inieu, Patchogue; Aecel elon Club Cy clers. Con-y I-l.nd; Lmauun Club Cyclers. Pat chogue. l'rospei t Wbi elmen. M g ll jrlnir. Lona laian . Waverly 1 leycle Club, Valley Mr-ami R d Hook Wh.elmeu. Loug Branch: Long Ulaud Wheelmen, Mateu Illau ; Bu.hwlck Wlmliuru. Olen Cove. Carroll Park Wheelmeu. Aabury Park; ! 8uuet Wheelmen, I'hlladelpnlat Naaiau Wbeelmeu, I'nU-liOiue; Br.Kiklyu Bl yd Club, I) Ian .re Water cia,i, Ureater Ne ork W, eelmen, Patchogue New Jersey Defender Cyclers, l'rlucetcin; Caatla Point Cyclers, point l'leaa.nt. ROUTta. 6amuel Sbaw. To ride from New burg to Montgom ery, N. Y , follow the Oarauertown road to Orauge Lake. WaHeu. and Montgomery. A Render, To ride irom 1 10th street to Bronx Park, follow K.tlh uveuue to 1 loth stnet, to the Mnillaoit avenue trld,e; crosa bridg to llthtli street, to Wtlllaaieuue, to UtililKiln avenue, Io me old IUoaton ru.d. to Bronx 1 ark Theo E. Ooeller. Io r de from Albany to Pough kaepnte, paaalug through Pitc.tlcld. Lucx, Ureal Har rington. SbefnVld, and Ammla, take tile following routei lining Ab,uy, follow Hooalck atreet to Eu&le Mils. Ceutre Bruuwlck. Bayin latoii, Pltutowu, Boyntoutlllr, North Pcter-itiurg. North Powual, 1'owual, ami Wilhamitown; continue to Soutn Wiiliaiuatown and lneaboro; ride peal Lake Pontooauo to the main road to Pituneld and Lenoi go pit Mockbrldge pool, and oier Field hilt a t tbe aoldlers inouumeni totoek ridge; then ride to Oleudal, , llous. tonic, Vau Duiemll.e, Oreai Harrington, South Ignmonl. aud SU ITIt-ldi take Main aire, t to Satlabury and ,as under tbe rall roid to Lakevllie; follow tbo turnpike tusharon. An enla, L Union-, MaMattai III.-. Millbrook. Washing ton Hollow. Pieaaant Valley, and Pjughkeepale i U, T To ride to Lake hue vs,, L. 1., go to th Estl Twenty-third Street Ferrr and cross ti Ur.otlru; rids to Dedford avenue and follow to the Eastern Parkway, to Stone avenue, to cilenmore avenue, to Broadwav, to Jan alcai ta e Main etrcci to Klu.hlug and go through Bayalde, Douglaaton, and Little Neck to Lake buectas. Conetaut i.eader. Write to the Secretary ot each State Tar the Information. Joseph O. Fletcher. Tor do to B-rgen n ach. take the route to Lako bucceMi prluled In Tiik Sl'i thtt morning ni iar aa Eaati rn Parkway lollow the latter toltalphaienue.iothi- trolle.i tr.ek.to Bergi u tl-iacb. F It. Will anid. To r de from ih Fulton Ferry, Brooklyn, loth c-yile . t ,. go to Columbia Heigbta, to Pierrepont .tn-et, to c luton atrect, to heia rmer horu street, to Flatbuah avenue, to Proipct Park, to th, cycle palh. W A. C To ride from Newark to Oranje, N, J., folloii Susex atr et, to M In atreet, to Orange. A Cnnatant Header. To ride from ths city Hall to ' RprtngVall y, N Y on the Jvra y able, go tnrough Wsrrenatr et, to Ural Broadway, to Hu.lann a reel, to I.tfihth avenue, to the eiteru Boulevaid, to Man hattansire t, to t e ferry i cross to Fort Lee aud ako th'Hai-genairk tur.lplke to Le, nla. to Bigota and cm tollac-keiiaa, k.contluuo tnC erry Din, Oradell, Weitno.Kl. HIIImIiiIc, Park Rlde, Monlvale. 1'eatl lliver, CI. rk illle.ainl tpilng Valley, In roads are I good The dla .nee la about tweut-elght tulles F. P, Hahnemann To ride to Forked Hirer, N, J Croat oier to Jeney City and go tl rough 1 xchange puce to Hudson atreet, lut ork atreet, t'i Henderson , sireet, to Mirer atreet, to the llulaon County Boule vard, to the Newark plank road, to N-warkt take 1 Frrlli ihuyen avenue to Elisabeth, to Broad attest, to Railway avenue, to ltabwayt eontlnce on St. I penrge ave-me aeroaa the rallrord tracks to Wood, bridge, Io Perth Amb yt from there tak the train to Mt wan, aa the roa l.i etwe u these iwopoluta ara tiurldable; leavin Matawnn, go o K, yport. Rail Bank, and Loug Druucht ride through Kl ,erou. Deal, Asbur)-Park, Bdmar. Spring La'.e. SeaOIrt, Mina squan. Point PI -aaant. Lakswood, Torea ltiver. and Cedar Creek to Forked River. NOTES, The Hudson County Wheelmen will hold a race meet at the West Mde Driving Park to morrow, Cspt. Afeld of the Lluwood Wbeelmi u of thltclty baa arranged the following club runs for this month! n. earner I. land; 13, Totteuilllo, lu, llaby.ou; 30. Pateraon. A pat it of wheelmen, members of tho Phlladi'lnhla clip a, w Tlalt this city to-morrow to i pen 1 Sunday and Monday, They will be interlalued by the Asso ciated Cycling Cl.iba. The Century Wheelmen of this -Ity will preteul nieilala to th club lueml era with the In-.t records for attendance mi club runa at Ihetnd of the season. The leader In tne rompetltion are J, Walih, F, L. Latham, F.. Muuck, W. J, S lug, J. Brynrs, and R, E. Junker, A century run will he held to New Ilrunswl k on Sept, n, under tbe autplcei of the Auiue Wheelmen of thU etty, Btbooek of the Oreenvrlch Wheelmen hai be n sub stituted for Hay Dvwaonon thoNew York team to ride In lb purault race st Manhattan Beach on Jloudav, W, o. Berg of the Defender Cyclers of lloankea will start for Philadelphia on Sunday and attempt to coier the dlitance In twalvo hours. Lawn Tennis. KIA3ARA, Sept. -2. Two final mutches wero played In tho Internntlonul tennis tournament at Nlagara-on-the-Lake to-day, Tbo scores: iPVf'iS nglcs-Flnal Round-W. H. Rotid beat M. ll. Whitman, 7-0, 0 2, 8-0, 03, 0-2. SJen 8 DoublBs Final Round K, H. Fischer and M, D. Whitman beat C, I, Hudlong and W. a Dond. a-fi. tt 3, 0 3, 7-5. Okntri Harbor, N. !!., Sept. 2. The Now Hampshire Slate champion lawn tennis tourna ment proved to be a partial failure this season through tho lack of entries. Only seven players entered tho singles, and tbe doubles wore aban doned. Heals C. Wright of liostun proved to be the winner of tlrsl place jostcrday after two days of play. This morning ho met Jauii s Terry of llurtiord. the last year's holder oftbe Stale championship, and was boston after four sets of c overplay. Ho will also challenge J. I'urmley I'aretot New York for the Sun tor House chal lenge cup. and this match will bo played to morrow morning. Score: Gaaraptoaah! p Bioglaa Chilians Round for SUta . n t gtyottfimn't (&co&. portjjmira'j. 5ooiIs. The Value IcraiXBi of comfort is just as im- I it ML KE ) portant as the value of a dollar M- UH- " ) in fact a little more so. At all 0 ) comforS of 00d' mr cnA8H s. " a-'aeipy f Thete are bargains and will last all next sesaon. t A) J.QJ $ A) f Fine Sample Bicycle Sulta. Fall weights, fa. It, S 5 j T. 111, yd Pants, Fall weights) war s.3U0if ? r , I . V J now si 60. 00 Uolf-Uieycl Tanti, Fall C tO UmD 3 ntW,w ow u0 ? 0 " d) nirvCI.K.-New 'g7 Derby Blcyclet. with J .. . i Christy baildlts, without tires, ,17,110, Juvenile ( tT KiniTnlQG T i Blcioha. guaranteed, fSO.O. Hluh Orade'u; (9 JJluVsJaCO ft J Bicycles, guaranteed, tVh.UO: women's, .ao.Oii, S J Th Beat Bicycle Bargain or Ih Year, Hpaldlnt f nf t"fn ll,an vrnii rnn nllf nf ? C Bicycles, In W 'UO models, with 'U5 tties sod C i nt 70 than you can out or ) Chili'y hsihilrs, guaranteed! men's, 60.oot J any other bicycles, no mat- T womeu's. no.uo. 5 torwhatthclrprlcomaybo. t La'or Day Trips-Maps free at both stores. i .,., . s A.B.Spald'ngS-Bros. Spaldlng-BIdwellCo. Hartford Bicyclos, LSiX" u,;r"" DO YOFWANT Af97 RAMBLER? $50. S45. S40, Brlnglnyour old wheal and we will maksyoat 9 a liberal allowanc In trail. POPE MAWFACIUnme CO., j 1897 RAMBLERS $65 New'To 'smres : IB97 I0EALS S30 iO $50 e to w.rren .,.. " 5 G0F.MULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. s) OOtb Ht. nnd nonlevnrd. d) 08U-BltJ ElelHTH AV NEAIt 88TII ST.. K.T, jNscefVTgVeeTaVeSssr Lexington C'ycU Co., downtown agents, 28 Vasay T he "WT W SLOW," $26. 50. . . . . . , t (Women'a tl mure.) THE "IDE" WHEEL HALF PRICE. Balance '07 stoo., list $100. I2. tuarsnteed In mouths. MATHEWS Ml OS. MAK TOnB, log WEST I35TH HT. DOWXTOtV.T. nan nilOsDtVU', oolf. txentlrs riack rrorn Scotland lleanlta or Cora petlllena. F. W. llentlcs, the record holder at EL An drew's old links, and, with V. II. Sands, n scratch man In tho club handicaps, returned : from Scotland yesterday. Menzlcs went abroad Immediately after the May open tournument ut i Knollnood, and the rumor Bpread that ho was i to train on the Scottish links with tbo view of representing St. Andrew's In tho amateur cham pionship at Chicago. In an interview yester day, Menzles staled that his trip aliro.id was prompted solely by business and that now, on his return, his partner. It L. Cuthbert, also a golfer, Is entitled to a vacation. Mrniles. on thla account, will not attend tho amateur champion ship, bo that. v. Ith tbe exception ot S. 1). Do w ers, the oldest club In the country will not be repro- I scuted in tho event. Itowers enters as from "Otsego and St. Andrew's," and tho older club I may only claim a half iutercst lu his chances. I Menzles has plenty to say about the gamo j abroad that will Interest the home players. "Although the plunsior a visit from aScotllsh Englisb teamof golfers this summer huvo mis carried," he said, "from what they told me iho visit of a team of representative umateurs Is a matter of tbe near tulure, either this fall or I next spring. I "Iloth professional and amateur from abroad Is far aheau ot anything in this country. Dur I lng the first two months ot m stn) Iulu)edul- I most dally atMuirneld, usually in a four-u.ill iiinlch, in which A. J.T. All.ui. the .imalcur champion, nas a plajcr, Allan's strenKlh is in pultiiik. In nil of these matches Lenoicr look more than two strokes on the putting green, getting luvariabl) within Sate holing dielanco on bis upproach put. Allan Is the oniy driver 1 ever saw whose ball files str.ii;bt from teo to fall, ll one elands behind Tail or Hilton it will bo noticed that, as the speed lents the ball.lt will acruw otf to one side, but Allan's hall go s as straight as an arrow. This is another factor In his success. There Is no am.iteur iu this coun try who could equal Allan In straight driving or In putting, "Kor live wreks before sailing I travelled about among thu links In the north of Ireland and throughout Kngland, At Horn ford I played with tlu- prnlcssIon.il. Jnrais Llruid, who divided honors with Hilton In the h.siopen ibumpion- ship. Tbe bogle for the courso is 8'J, nnd I made 6S, yet braid, who allunod n third handicap. . beat me G up and & to play, for he ma, e the ' course In 70, tying bis b st previous record. I This gives n lln, on tbe form of tbe prolmslon- als In Ureat UrlUIn as compared with that of tbe mon here." Willie l'ark, Jr., the ex-champlon of Great Britain, bo makes an annual trip tu Ibis coun try, has been an cvnoclci starter In tboopeu championship nt Chicago. He cabled to his brother, Mungo 1'i.rk. jesterday not to enter him as ho v. Ill not be uble to get to this country beiuro October, Newi-obt. Sept. 2. Tbo fine golf wctther has gone, and to-dn all wi,s net nnd disagreeable on the links of tbe Newport Club, totb overhead Hnd underfoot, Somo of the plasers wore de sirous of avtaltiiig whatever the afternoon brow edit forth before starling, but tbo greens , committee decided that m itches scheduled for the lorenoon should b,-pleyed off, and they wero started an hour or two lute. 1 A few people drove out to the club to wit i ness tbe completion of the Harrliuan Keeno , mitch, which n 111 go down as a feature In tho hlslory of golf. The first mutch of importance to go on waa th t of Sbaw-S. Cutting In tho I semi-final for the President's Cup. On tho first round Cutting look the first and second boles, but . Shaw look the next lo. For tho rest of the mntib tbe vnntngo swung back and forth until Cutting took the last hole and the much by 1 up. The real battle of tho day was n royal one, and this wus between Ilarriman and Koene. From the very outset Ihry halved the boles until tbe i new course wes completed. When the old , course wns reached they were evon up. and the tenth hole was halved. Keen took the eleventh, the twelfth was halved, the thirteenth nas taken by Ilarriman, the fourteenth whs halvod. and Keeno took tbe fifteenth, wbl h left him 1 up. II irrlnun drove Into tbe face of the bunker, and then into the road, and upon this hinged a little controversy over loci! rules. Tho six temtb was haired, and Keeno gave up the soventeenth.havlncnrlvenlnto the face of stone bunker. This mado tbe score oven un. In an proachlng the eighteenth, Ilarriman lost posl t on by driving into tho face of tho stable, nnd then struck Into a rocky hill, but Keen slipped mi ou his put, nnd the holo was b lived. The uim lecnth wm halved, and then cxcltc mont ran high as tbe twentieth hole wns np pro.tched i stroke for stroke. Iloth oier-putted, and llnnlly halved, Excitement wns nt fever j heat during the play for tbe twenty-first hole. It wns won hy Hiirrimuii. vibo made a beau tiful put of fully 11 feet over a wet. heavy green. On the whole Ilarriman oxielled In put ting and Kuene on drives. The match lasted thrco and a half hours. Summary: Prealdenl's Cup Match play, elght-en holes Semi nuala II M. Ilarrluiau Ix-at Koalmll Keene, 1 up (VI holeth V n. Cutting lieat e. A Shaw, 1 up. Cnntiilatlun Cup M tch p y. eighteen holes First ll-und 11 O. Mil th. Jr., b at c. I Tannin, 1 up (IU lor.); J p. Maura i beat B. I-rov, 7 un, a to playt C arh s Hitch' iv-k, Jr., li tll.lt "Wlnlhroo, a up, I to play. J, A. 811 iman Iiat It, P. Phlfer, fl tip. 3 Io plaj. Heinl nnala I, V. Mauran beat II O Smith, Jr., V up, 1 to playt J. A. bllllmun Uat C Ultchcock. Jr., S up, D to plsy To-morrow thero will boa hnndlrap match of 08 hulis. medal piny, liAiidicnp limited to olghlo n strokes, for n cup. There uro sixty five entries. Ruitimnii), Sept. 2.-A home-nndhome mulch, ,2 holes In nil, bus been urraiiged be tween Nk hols, tboInnxOnirriuhprnfosrlonal, and llnrrlenn of the Itldgrlleld Contitv Club. The Orel 311 ho'cs will be pfnyi d at Uidgetleld on b.itunlH. Until pl.jcrs will go to Chicago early next week, and the tlnul of tbo iiMtuh will be pl,i)oi on llielr return, 1'iii.ami Si'itt.Miri, Me., ricpt. 2 -The Toland bprlnes li.iinlic.ip golf tournament for a cup wns hold here to-d.iy, Ihlrly-nlx holos, medal pNy. 'Ihoro were lwenl.llvo entries, tweiity-oiie handing in cnn.s. Dr. Daniel ICarsncr won first prlre nnd cup. nnd Mr. A. II, Kenn. no wns plus -10, took the lowest srots score prize. Tho score; ,, an'- n'enp. K,t. Dr. D. Karsner x.1ii 40 jus I.W.rniek VVS 118 !w5 O.O.C11 verse 2U 48 100 J. II. Majluula...., vl ill guy 11. Bern via ua k07 YV.C.Unlrk ms ha o10 W.Derrl ".."mo h Ii3 W. I. Coniatoek ggo 8 lilj ?.' 'i",, L'"d ' 2S S 818 U. P. MiiU.t. a.i..- ,-S7b oo "mo A Pa hut , van u Big K. W Olney kbs so 10 o.s. mils' .""m 1, Sis 0. Morton Hills 285 0 B2B II. B. Intalla . vi49 ,4 830 it " ' n les pins 40 av W.O.Eatnn kiui " S8H Allyn Marah , ; at 1144 ""..rJI-0ood 8)1 00 S71 H.',,uL a'8 40 878 W . C. Emerson goo 88 274 rd'ren F''u-.u, Rfp!' 2-,The International golf tournament open, d at Nlngara-oiwho-I-ko today tinder tho most fnvoptblo utispbos. wm. wVilber ".i"" ,,10l y one could wish for and the crowd wns larger than nny that Una ever attended a tournament here. Tbe links were a little hoavy this morning, owing la tbe soaking Ihey got by h!,e2Ti' r.'n "e.?11 ' ,ut alter two or three Uon 'UU T Were to ralfly eooi conu' There Is a large attendance of loTersofthU port from many American cities. Itocbeiur bein renrstsntea by no less ttan eieven mem. n6IS?.f.,SB. KochMterfiolf Club? BU Andrew Qolf Club Is represented by J, K. Tajltw.Tfc.erS ia -J l.-i!--.; .. ".rt t.-.vi r-.. Is also a contingent hero from Detroit and Chicago. There were rome very remarkable scores when one lakes into consideration Ihe fact that those who made them hnd not been over the course before and that the links wero not In urst-clasa condition. Many of tho players complained of the sticki ness of tbe ground. Accurate drives, under tbese clrcumslnnccs, wero tho exception rather tbun the rule. I Senna, with a handicap of four strokes, made tho rlgbte-n boles In bO, mak ing his net scoro 82. G.T. Drown of London, who T has bad no pracllco here, made the round In 83 1 net. Cnpt. Dickson, who hns played on these I links for years, made a net score of U2, while bis J son, K. Dlckbon, who mado such phenomenal scores lor n greun plnyer hero two years ago, made thu eighteen holes In UO net. liosaip oftbe ninr. i. It Y New York. Th bet Is off. Roseni aum.itew York. lie was born In this city d Irish parents. Danny M Bride La looking tor a match with any 12b- pounder. Kid "A ker. a colored llshtweleht. of PeeksklU, Is In town louklmc for a match. Acker fights at IBS pounds. Ednle Kail Is locking out for bis Interests. Charley Norton, the ex-lnthtwelKbt champion, whe haa been a noualy IB for tbe pait month, la rapidly recovering hla health, and expect to be himself again before Ions. It Is reported that Kid " Lavlene and Jo Waloott wl 1 com PC tber aa-am In the near future. Accord. In xt'irt port they mil 1 ght Iweity rounds at Saa lianclscosome time next n.onlh at 137 pounds. Dk k O'Brl-n and -he Harlem Coffe Cooler" will son tome ton't.iertn Im ion. Manager John Flem ing of the National Kportlni; Club haa offend th men 100 tu box un two-mlnut rounia n xt month. F. B . New York. 1. Choyntkl and Hall fought at Maapeth, L. I , on Jan. Xo, 19A. Choyntkl won In thlm en rounds, i.'. louiuiv Bvan waa knocked out by Kid " McCoy at Mupeih. L. I on March a, 1898, In llfte, n rouuda. Billy Kredham. brother to Danny Needham. will have a ci auce to show wnat h can do against a clever man. Billy haa been matched to meet Jim MeKeeverof Phlladeli hla at IM sounds. Tbe con teat will tw decided next Monday night. The rn y toxlngabow about New Tork to-morrow night 111 b at tne ar- na of tbe Or en wood Athletta Clnh, Twenty-fifth atreei, near Third avenu . Brook lyn, v. here a tig impular price flatle entertainment la on the t arda. v, th forty rounds of boxing. Frank Moran yesterday re, el red a cablegram from "b lie" Sullivan at ,tlni( that hla brother Pave and Ptey Haley, who icfl thta city last Wednesday, had nrrtved safe and ound on the other aide. Dav Sullivan went atiroad to meet Prd ar Painter. Myaie-lmia Blllv hmlth taysthst if Tommy Ryaa V defi ata Kid McCoy wben they meet at hyracui naxs J week he v,i t rtht him. Should McCoy come out via- 1 torlous Smith will men sail fur Kmtland and engage in a contest with el ber Dick Barge ur Turn Causer. f Ton mr Wen oiabet It und ratood that he haa not left th r UK, by any meant, but la aa eajrrr to fight aa eier. tVeat la ai nnatut wori.1 nsr for aat ambosv I co npany, an 1 ill no: be at leisure until next month. Tnen, he a.,ya, he will Im tireLared to mix It up with any of 'em. When ask d whether It was true that Peter Jackson was gotnx to visit America to flxht again. "Pony" Moor yierdsy said oa Sri reportir: "Idoa! b Heee It. Peter l 1 nee r flcht atn. He li a shadow or hla former self. I think a babe could whip him la his present atat .' Jo- Eillntraworth, the old amateur ligbtwtlgtit, after quit an atwnce from th' ring, has decided to tight a;aln E llnneviorth haaecured a match wlilt Mike Dempey of Brooklyn Joe will not fight as a llitlitweUht now He ts big and strung, and wilt clash at lol pounds. Dr Orlwiyexp-cta to amnse a match betweea Jack MciillIIe and Tom Cauier. Thelatt r'a brother, who la at pro, nt In Lon 1011, wr.iea itat Causer Is ea erttiHchtthe former lightweight ibamp'na la England next mouth Causer says n will sign asv reason ible agreement. Ordway to'-l a reporter o'f The Si-x yeaterdar that hj will look M:Auliffe up and see what he can do ate ut hiln- up a mat?n. What haa Wcouie cf Billy Brady and Dan Stuart's projected ntlc carnival al N valathla fa! . noon seems to know. Brady I aa the promise uf aeTrral good mst hea. hut ao far not one of tbe boxers, out s'de nf Dan Creednn, has algned. Brady almltted yiatenlay that he lutented n give up, but aara he will wait until 1 ,i- M Ciy-rtyan nhi Is settled, aad slsountll Joe Ooddsnl and Peter Mah r arrive her. 1 Jack Bonner, the clever yoiiOk- Puliadelphlamiddl-weU-bt, proied quite a Trtir for ilerry Peppers, colored, of ban Prancsio, at the Olympln A. C. All, en,. Pa., on Tuesday night. IVpp r an 1 Bonner fought nft en rcun la a' Ion puunda. For a time the enntt-at wa. 11 trifle unlner atlna; aod looked as thiugh Pnp-rwould win. Bonner, ho ever, routed hltnaelf and fought back hard. The decision vi at a draw. Billy Brady smiled when he rend In Tin Sex t ater day that Pony" Moore rai thta eouatrr pre t)ard to mat."i Charl y Mitch 11 .-glint: .Tint Cor lett. "The only man Jim nlll met," add Bradv earnottl), "Is Boh PiiMlnnn na. If re can't n eel him h-won't tack e any on"." Br.idy alt 1 aild that hf haa It from good autl'orln that n Witterncl b will in a few davt ir,T a '.'(V.00n puts- foraflghl bctw en Corlett a'id Kllt-lminnna. If thla It a fact, ho declares tbeex-cbauijiton will a-ecpt Immediately. Football .otea. Th Crescent A. C. of Nf w York has orgsnlted a football team for theWeaaon, and, a tiaual. vim put a niat-clauteam on the field. Teama wiahlug to ar range gamea can do aa by addre lng A, D. Whlteman. munager, 8 Hamilton terrace. Harry Il.wenl re baa nrganlird a football team un der the name of th Park Pu Id Club, and would Ilk Io hear from teanu aieraglng lift puund. Bay Hide A, C. Dr Bduaughta, aud nut of-town teams giving suitable .marautee prefernd. Address Acting Cset talu Harry Hoaenberg, 41 I, spenard strset. EasTov, Sip a Cos h Hsvla had the Ijl'arell football players on tbo field an h.,ur thla alternoon putting tbem tbrougii various evolutlona aud teaib ing them new pi'nt A new face In the p actlce was I that of lis ry Durrey who was left tackle 1 n Ihe Washington aud Je rrsou team last yiar. He hat de- I elded to enter Lafan tie thla fall, aud will try to set ou tbe 'varrlty el ten. He pronoune s .1 publ b-d statement that neatartid fur Lafavctle fter rerelv, Ims a "siwvl off r" to play on the team aa utt riy false. He h s rreelied no Inducement wtsteverto come here He la great player, la tnud of tne game, aud came to 1 afayetle becaute of hla football neor rooliliju lU'rrtieemeutu. 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