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f , I 4 , THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20,' 1897, I I I ON 'the football field. Itm t K JfttMUvtwr oamcs to.ua r. I'm ffeacfa nuttfrworlh Adopts nn Old System In ISfc fift BflertlnB Candldnles nl Sievv llt- W1 aS BIl-fllKht Feolbnll la Crnvtdlna; Oat Alleged l'l& iB Trlehs" Vf-vvs from Ihe Colleges .tc. !." Ei f0 'mDrtam eamoi will bo played tailny, law R When llnrvn.nl meets Nowton nt CninbrlilKO 1 ani l'n,) 'nck,cs Brown nt Now Haven. mffl. H? Yale's Bcoro of 10 points aKnlnst N'owton Inst WW m Saturday has stimulated tlio Horvnnl players, W& 1 TTl10 llopo to excot tuoso ''Kurcs. Several w ie Crimson conches who saw Ytilo piny say that T E. either Vho llluod did not overexert Ihcmsolvos jTj P cr they woro utinblo to do bettor. They lo IIP w sTrd 'ne "ton team ns only an onllnnry Bse- K aleven nnd predict a Ms woro for their cloven mffl, I m ' afternoon. Drown will renlly bo tlio lr 1 H srtrong-cst team that bits met Ynlo so far, and mek E. tbo P"110 rtiould ho n pretty good tort of tlio 3f K Slues' strength. Tbo Providence, boys have K.w jv Hmo retnarkablo backs mid also bcllovo that their lino Is fully as powerful as Ynlo's. Thoy l ; a' do not hestlato to say that they will scoro at ' W Utat ono touchdown. ' Thoro Is consldorablo wisdom In the policy JV I; adopted by Conch IluUcrvrorth of Yalo In tlio B.' jk' Mlcctlon of his players, llo ovldcntly boltovcs 1 that It Is tho proper caper to "begin nil over M jt wain,'' In years rouo by It was tho novcr l W. tailing policy at Now Haven to 1111 up vacrtn- m des loft by tho frraduntltm of (seniors with -5?" jfti freshman material. laitcr this plan wns U&i P dropped, and of inoro recent yean tho fresh H'?,"j lp xuen haro bcn systematically turned down. B'i Ais result every ftruduulliit; clues bns left tbo K- k football team n wreck, to to Bpeuk. Coach Hut 'j? r terworth, howoycr, believes In the old system, B " nnd be has already put a premium on fresh B' f- men. Ho apparently baa no uso for veterans, 1? f bo called, who nro about to Kraduuto, but who i" . ars jutt making their first appearances on tbo Hfv v, nrldlron. Tho Unc-up of tho rcftular team H.v" I Dhows how much tho head coach thinks of first K year men. lly lntrustlutr regular placos on tho V" i L eleven to Cadwaladcr, Cutten, Brown, Kicfcr, ' j nd Corwln all Ilrst-year men Huttcrworth H3 I brllorcs that he Is laying tho foundation for a K,1 futuro gnat cloven. For ho reasons that It Hv' I theso 'men arts promising football players now, B, what will thoy bo two or threo years from nowl Hi. 1 8T(ral Yalo graduates who believe In this BB, I t method of working up a team nro encouraging HH: ' Bnttenvorth In every posslbla way. .Many HHt ' noted ex-players who uro bcllovcra In tlio sys . -' Mm will stamp it with their npprovul by going h, to New Haven to coach within the next fow V weeks. - Princeton bos worked the scheme so sue- " , cctsfully that they will have plenty of strong; ', ', experienced material to fall back upon for u, number of seasons to como. "Look out for - ,. good freshmen!" Is a watchword not only nt ) Princeton, but at Pennsylvania. Now that k Vale bas taken up tho cry. it will bo In order J, ! for Harvard to do likewise. Freshmen nt - ;. Cambridge, by tho way, need encouragement $ , in football. Too much rellanco has been plncod HB'' B upper class men in the past. HBff About tho only big college eleven that has Br1 Tv attempted any particular formations behind EX the line, beyond tho usual strnight football I'-; tactics, is l'cnnsylvonla. Tbo Quakers have i , nguln adopted their celebrated "guards back interference" and will probably make it their ' -. principal play. 1'rlnccton tried the old "turtle Bf.x Imck wedgo against tho Indians onco or j, tvt-lce, bnt othcmiio limited their attack to H' rons around tho ends und through tackles bo- ' bind the usual interference. Jr Yule has played nothing but straight foot- jj ; ball, and Harvard's eleven has not attempted BEf ' any tricks no far. although it is said that plenty BBS- new-fangled mamuuvres hnvo been imentea. BBl These facts arc creating tho Impression that BBb' the elovens nro gradually turning down ullegcd BBh" 1 tricks, which take up time unci cause confusion, BBJr and will not pay much attention to anything but BBB-' straight, old-fashioned football. The coaches. BBlj , or tho majority of them, realizing thut Priucc- BBa J ton's great victory last year was due to the BBl , i , simplest methods of coaching and training, BBls ) axe in favor of instructing their respective BBM1 teams on similar lines. BBKi' i Of course, tricks like the "criss cross," "side Bfl ' punts" and "long passes" "ill never lio ovcr- BBl? - " looked, for they were popular when tbo game BBl j was In its infancy. Hut evolutions in which BBK':' nearly ecry momber In tlie team is concerned. BBM where a puzzling sot of aignaU Is necessary and BBH; ' where no really wonderful gains are made, will BBB. undoubtedly be set aside, tiood football play- -' ers, no matter on what team they may play, get BBB; ' onto tricks to quickly nowadays that mutiy of BBH"' ' tbem arc umj1cs after the Urnt attempt. The BBB I celebrated "flying wedge" which cautcd such a BBB- .I sensation llvu years ugo wus pr.ictiolly uo- BBBi I less after an opDOiing team bad unco seen it in BflBv " b operation. fo were- many other schemes BJli ' which wero invented by theorists. The best BBJI.' football plnyerd, in the estimation ofcternn BHB. s collegians, were tho:0 who, unaided by modem BBJ ', ,. "Interference," doaged their opponent.-, and BBjIjr made long runs down the Held, o-called H W, "tricks" wore unknown then, mid yci the game Bj was Just as effcc'.ivily played as now. BBJ n ' '' Frank Morse, the ex-Princeton half back, who BBJ K)i ( . was a star in his day, hiUd tho ottici- day: "The J ffl ' hardest man to reach hut the easiest man to BBJ w down that 1 over met on u football held was tho BBJ lato Osgood of Pennsylvania. The caMist man BBJ ' to tackla but the hardest man to btupa.itut- BBl 4 terworth of Yale. O.-rood was a wonderful BBj ml dodger and a remarkablo sprinter. It lie got a BBJ ' clear field It wns almost impossible to catch BBJ 1 him. Hut if an opponent got a. hand on any BBf f ' part of his clothing. It was almost a surotatklo, J ft , : lor Osgood would slow up and drop. Ituttcr- BH I iV worth, on tho other hand, wbt-n under way, BBJj V i vma comnarnlivcly easy to get hold of, but, if E 1 I you'll bcilevo it, ho "us simply a wonder nn BBl f bis feet. Tliero were many times that 1 had BBJ t him around tho bipx, and had my hands clappod. BBJj 1 too, but Uuttorworth always drugged mo tlvo or BBJ I; ten yards beturo 1 could get linn over, and BBl then it was ofton tho caso that 1 bad ossist- BJJ' I ance." BBJ (j Qraduate Manager Illngham, who bns the BBl 'j 1 Harvard end of tho big game with Yalo in BBl ' charge, announces that nil applications for Jl t? seatH must bo made on blanks to be supplied by ! i the management, and no person will lie allowed ' to purchase more than two beats. All uppllca- r , tions from Harvard men must bo filed prior to Nov. 3, but no tlcketa will bo sent out before Nov. 0. Holders of season tickets in C'aiu- , bridge will have an opportunity to purchase tlcaets, not moro than two apiece, at u special ale on Nov. 0, beginning at H A. M. nnd end ing at 0 P. M. Applicants wishing seats to- mmm, - cether must lucloxo their applicatlona together. BBJ Check or money order and lurgo stamped en- BBJk j velope addressed to tho applicant must neconi- BBJH ' pany each order. Applications from Harvard BBJI men will be tilled lirst from tlio south sldo of BBJ ' the field, and then from sections not reserved BBJ for Yalo on the north sldo. HouU will be as- signed to applicants by lot. BBJJ A stronir effort is to bo made this wintertoboom BBJ, Association football. The chief clubs of this dls- BBJ i trict have sunk all tbeir dilfcreuccs, nnd liavo BBJI joined the National Association Football League, BBJI i an organization which is now on u 11 nn llniiii- BBJ n clol basis. Tho league has been most fortunate BBJ t In Its selection of otilcers this year, und with BBJI n ' the government of the gamo In good bands, It is BBB Y- conndently expected thst u prosperous season BBB li '' will cmuo. It bas been agreed to arrange a BBB irj eerles of homo-and-homo matches between tho BBB Jf "' eight clubs forming tho league. A ery liberal BBB , ' plan will be adopted In diuwing up tho eclied- BBB it vie, which will be arranged so that toams which BBB i cannot play on Saturdays will bo allowed to BBB 1 play on Sundays, and vlco-versa. Tho clubs BBB which have entered the competition for tho BBfl'l championship are the Anicrlcus A. A. of West BBflil llobokon, tlio lirooklyn Wanderers of Krook- BBB'l i yn, the C'vntrovlllo A. C of Duyoune, tbo BBB-1 -' - Kenniy A. A. of Newark, tho Trim lllucs of BBB? ; l'aterson, the Scottish Amcrlcnns of Newark, BBB' 1 Arlington A. A. of Arlington, N. J., and C'rcs- BBB I - cents of Pnterson. Tho participants In all chain- BBBQ plonship games must bo annitoiiri who uro BBB I registered with tho .Secretary of tho loaguo. BBB I The elubs, however, wllliclmrgo an lulmlssion BBB'' I fee, all of iThlch, with the exception of 10 per BBB 1 . cent., which goes to tho league, i-t taken by BBH, I ' the name club. The opening games will be BBH' I played on Saturday, Oct. 30. BBBk jj : Now that tbo Noo- York Interscholastlo A. A. HHB K bat announced Its footbull schedule, great satis- HHB I faction is mutilfcstud at the schools, owing to B 1 tbefact that they can book tbeir outside games. I The arrangement of tho schedule wus a long-drawn-out affair on account of the lateness of the first regular meoting of tbo association, and It is claimed by some of tho schools that very i fow open dates arc left, wuilo games may have to be canccllod so as not to contlict vrllh tlio league series. Although it has been the isli of uuuiubor 'tt schools that the schedule should nomprise only ono section, each bchonl to play one another, tint committee again decided to H j , bnve to sections. The reason for this, It is BBJ 'l claimed, is that more than usual interest is diB- BBBJ i played In (ho gumu lor the championship be- BBJ k tween Ihewlnneisof tho tHosectious, ami, aslt BBBJ tho only game for whlcli ai: admission Is BBBJ f charged, the icceipts pretty nearly cover the BBl I football ffxponees, BBBJ I No grounds have been solected for tbo game, BBB I but It Is not at all unlikely that Berkeley Oval BBl I will jgaln ha secured, as tho creator number of BBBJ t schools favor that place. Iist 5 ear's series was BBBJ fi played at IlcrLrlry Oral, while tho baseball se- BBJ i rlcs was decided nt Columbia Oral, At the BBBJ B meeting last Jlonduy the Football Committee BBBJ', R thought that tho scries should cover tlio ox- BBl' 8 penscs without drawing from tho association's BBl R fund, mid tlierufuru the opening gnmo between BBBJ f I Do I. Hullo Institute und llerkeley School on HBBB ?! I next Tuesday is Ukel) to inkuplacoat llerkcley HHHi Oval, HHH ' i Thocommlltcehas cstnbllshcd a rule that all HHHf ' ! gamen will he called lit :i o'clock, und any team HHHJ " i not lu.tlio field llf teen minutes later will forfeit. HHH1 $ As to tbflitlme of halves, the uaptalni of tliu HHjJ Jeanucin.cctD9t9 10 agreement. Although (t HJHMBBIBHk C ' . n .in ft"- - ., I- 'III II II, MW p I, 1,111 IIIWt "'J HHHHMHHHHste' r-win,,'"iwi"a-jisuJ.a,JM ,1.1'iu k itJit-.J's PJePPBMBMBBBBBBK-M "- . . . " " nHi, ha been rumored thnt Dnroard School bad (.'la banded, It was said nt tho school yesterday tbvtt the team would play out the full scries, ailiA fight harder than over for tho championship PniNCBTOK, Oct. 10. The long-hoped-for Im provement In Princeton's playing came to-dy. For the llrst prictico game in throe wooka the 'varsity played football with tho zest and vigor that characterized tho practice work of last year's championship eleven nil through tho season, and tlio ooachor believe thnt tbo team lias at last struck Us gait. During tho llrst half of tho gamo in-day tho varsity swept iho scrub players complfltolv on tholr feet. Tho playing wni fast nnd furious throughout the ontlro fif teen minute, ond tho varsity scored two woll earned touchdowns, while IJnlrd caused a cheer by kicking a goal from the Meld on tbonn-ynrd lino against a strong wind. In the second halt tho scrub alto caught tho spirit, and as a result tho small crowd of spec tator present naw tho best article of football seen on Princeton's gridiron this sea son. Immediately after tho kick oil tho 'vnr ally succeeded In pushing tho scrub down to their tcn-ynrd line, where tho scrub held them fast, and Ayres tried for a goal but failed. Dur ing tho rent of the half tho second olcveu forced tbo playing, nnd when time was called the 'varsity wero lighting desperately on thelrown ten-ynrd line, with tho scrub In possession of tbo ball. Hoot It showed Improvement In his playing nt centre. Ho mid llalrd worked to gelhcrllke a machine, and thoro was not n sin gle bad tumble. Cochrnno was not In tho game, ond SwnrtJi look his plice at right end. Hay ward, '0?, had a trial nt left ond and put up a clever gnme. Wntklns played ntmrtor hack on the scrub, nnd showed moro ability for the plnco than any man who bas yet been tried oxcept lialrd. Itiucu, Oct. in. Tho practice of the Cornell 'varsity team this afternoon, with ono notahla exception, was not up to the standard. The fumbling was vcrv noticoablo and tho general tontii play Ionic. Tho exception wns in tho im provement of (Juartcr-baek Young. His main fault Is his slowness In giving the signals and In putting tho ball in play. Kx-Oapt. C. It. WyckolT has joined the coaching force, nnd to-dny gavo especial attention to Young, with the rcultthnt there was a mnrked iinpruvrinont In Young's passing anil signalling. Tno work thla afternoon consisted of a half hour with Coach W'arnernnd tho blackboard, n cjnartcr of an hour prelimi nary work, nnd three-quarters of an hour lino tip ngnlnst tho scrubs. To-morrow all the coaches hero will line-un against the -nrslty, filling In an cloven with scrubs. Kelly and Mneon will play half-back positions, Wjckoft will play quarter, llnncham full bnck. Tnnsslg end. und Warner will goon the line. Tlio object of this is to give an opportunity forthecoachers to test the 'varsity by personal contact. New Havkx, Oct 19. Yalo oxpects a stiff gamo to-morrow with llrown Unlvornltv. Her ro tchera foar that Onmmons nnd Hultr. the crack brown hacks, will mnko bnd holis in tho Yale lino nnd score iigainttthe blue for Iho llrst time this season. Tho lnttor will probably lino up as follows: F.nds, Chamhrlin and either Connor. Hall or Abbott: tackles, CaDt. ltortgors and Allen; guards. Cadwaladcr nnd Brown; centre, Cutten; quarter. Do Saullcs: halves, Durston nnd ltiefcr. nnd full bnck, Mcllrldo. High tend is in doubt because of an Injury ro celxod by Abbott to-day, but it is thought that be will be nblo to play to-morrow. Yale has had nocoachors for centre hero for over two weeks, and Cant, ltodgers has sent for Sanford, guard four years ago; Stlllman, cc-ntro in 'ill, nnd hse requested several other old players to come as soon as possible. Hilly Khodcfi, captain of tho 'ill eleven, nnd Kav Tompkins. St, nro among those desired. Ynlo Is developing new and fast football. T.ils afternoon's practice in eluded some of tho most Bcientltic work seen on the gridiron hero in years. Yalo believes ihat attacks against tacklo are tho bost ground gain ers, nnd will uso tbem largoly through tho season. Tho Yale freshmen have decided to piny their two big games as follows: Nov. 10, Princeton nt Yalo Held; Nov. ill), Harvard nt Cambridge. No 'varsity players will be allowed to line up with Yale HiOl, while tho other collego olovena will probably have most of tho 'varsity substi tutes. Kabtox, Oct, ID. Lafayette's practice this afternoon was encouraging, but not altogether satisfactorr. Dullev lias been working too hard, and was laid olf by Parko Davis. Herr, too, had to quit. Itinehart, Jones, and Wnlbrldge were not lit to play, but watched the practice closely. Tho team has been learning a now code of sig nals lately in tho gymnasium at night, nnd they will bo tried to-morrow. The scrubs are show ing up woll. but Snyder, one of the best of t cm, wns Hurt tills altcrnoon nnd had to retire. Parke Davis tlnds himself quoted as condemn ing tho decisions of thcotllclals in Saturday's gamo with Cornell, llo says this Is nil amis take, as he upheld the decisions, which were questioned at tbo time they were in ado and subsequently. CAMnmnoK.Oct. 10. Capt, Cabot realizes that his men will havo to work hard to-morrow after noon to keop tho strong Newton A. C. team from scoring, consequently bo put the team and substitutes through some very iivclv prac tice this afternoon. Kx-Capt. Edgar Wrights ington was out in his fool hall togs and sp-nt considerable tlmo with the backs, giving points on running nnd punting. Ths 'Tarsity went through the signals a number of times. Coach Forbes has noticed all along that the. eleven did not follow tho signals exactly nnd that there was moro or less time lost nftcr tho quarterbacks had passed the hall. The 'var sity lined up against the second clcvon fortv.o short halves this afternoon nnd scored two touchdowns against their opponents. A sensa tional run was made by Parker, full back on tho fcccond eleven nutl it candidate tor that position on the 'varsity team. The 'varsity next lined up against the. treshmen eleven. Tho young sters scored one torn hiiown, but were soon over whelmed br tho older team. Tn the Newton game to-moirow thu line-up of the Harvard team will bo the same as last Saturday ut West Point. PntLAPEiJTllA. Oct. ID. Agnin to-day the Pcnnsjlvania football team practiced behind closed dours. Tho experience or the orelous day had taught the co.ichcrs a le.-on. und a long and carr-ful coaching in tho signals was first taken. The men gauged tho newtodoin very much better shape, und ns a result tbo practlcowns more lUcrcal football. The pres ence of more of the 'varsity in their regular places also conduced to tho Improvement of the play, and nt the end of the day's work the fow lootbull ndvisora who saw tho piny wero much better satisfied than on thu previous day. C.vpt. Minds, Coylr, Jack son, and Dickson were again olf, but C'nrnott nnd Morlca were back nl tholr places and will play regularly from this on. After n littlo tlmo both iiuro and Uverlleld wero laid oil, but that made no difference. The team worked with tho enino success ns 111 irked tlni curly part of the play. The 'varsity gnlnod ground very fast. FIvo times tho ball was curried over the scrub lino and would have been curried over very much oftcnor had not Coach W'oodrutl been anxious to try Morlce at Held (,-oals. Ttvico Hodges, who was at end in Dickson' placo, carried tho ball over. Once Goodman scored, whllo thu other two tallies wero made by Fortcscuo and Murlce. Walker, behind the line, played with brilliancy and may bo tried thcro regularly. If played he will bo kept at full back. Minds lcsumiug bis old placo nt half back, whero he stands the peer of any hack in the country. Ho will then displace Moncc, who has been very much off In Ids play this 3 car. Jackson, in the opinion ot thecoa-dtcs. Is tho most valuable man behind tho Una of any in adlani'ing the ball, anil hn is icrllinly 11 future. Lnlees .Morica shows decided Improve ment It is quite likely thut Walker will go in at full back In thu I, ifuycttu game. Today's Football Rvfntt, Ifarvarrt m. Newton A, A., at rnmbiidgs. I.f hlli t. UletliiHi.n, at Mouth llitlileliem. Laureate Ho&l CI lb ts. Chicago . A.. At 'Iroy. Havcrford vii. Jol.ni Ifoplclua. at llulllmore. Univerttly uf i'ciiusylvaula mi. I'enusylv&ula, at Philadelphia Tufts vr. Hoiiton University, at Medford, Mau. Weslaron vi. AmherRt, at Amtierst. Prookhn High hctiool vs. lirooklyn Latin i-eboot, at Eastern 1'arU. Yal ts. Uruwn. ntow Haven, ht. Paul bchool vs. Auelphl Academy, at Garden City, Footbnll sjotrs. At Waterloo, N. Y. Waterloo, lSiSeoecaFalli, 4. Th'l l'O'Iou Athletic Aibuelatlou football teim has dlsba- led. TboQulncj, Jre., would IIWo 10 hear from tenmi aieraging loo pouuds, Addrcit C. A. Cuoney, lot lto Id avenue, Ilrouklyu, Tho football game between the Knlcknrbnckrr A, C. aud the Uottou A. C, which was tu u? ptayrd uext baturday, has U-tu declared on", Tho II, N. T. football team of I'aialo will offerex peu,ei tonnt-elOMi tianis utersgliig 150 puuuili for buuday guines. Ad J ress V. J. Iturlt- j , Meade at cuue, 1'aiHUtc, N. J, The Carteret Football Club would like to hear from learn wishing to play Mimuiy ggtrc. Weight of team, l-'o pounds. Address 1. lirrue, ('3 Kearuy avenue. Jen-cy City. fhe Jemey City I leld Cluh would like to hear from out ut town teams uveraluir ir,u pounds and gttarau toduK txpeime., Addrtsi w, L', UrUtcr, e iiiuslug ton avenue, Jersey City, ?,. J, The Altrt l'leld Club linn Oct. ill, election day, and Kur, lil ojeu, und nollld like to close tl.esanni with iut of-ioitu tenuis guaranteeing cxi clues. Adiress 1'. ('. Wl .ind. 711 bei und at eum . The Itauway Y. ?!. C. A, lias cleodou da orrii, and would like to nirnue a same with a 145 tumid team. htiUaulo k-uuratitou ttili Lo onicd. Addrtiis C. II. Meho.s, Y. -M. U. A., Itann ay, :.. J. Owing to cancellatlou the Last Orange F. C. has Oct, iii open for n Ilut-iUss team nteraglng mn pounds. Kame to be played at Or-uin". Addnss ceorh'e i. Kursctieif, ", IleoLiuau street, tills uty. Tho Warwick 1'outball Club would like tu arrange a gainu fur elOLliun day Willi a team until lo uf New York city. A suitable guurantco requliui. A (dross Charles Jllmlc, Muiagor, UJ West Mutty-lltlb street. Otvlug to a cancellation tho Morrlssula, lootbatl Club lias Oct, Ul opill, uud would like to pi .it n I'.'O. pound team at Asturlu, each team to pay us own ox. peuies. Address Uvorgo C Crowley, 10?0 Jackson ut enue, Tho Columbia Held Club's irrond team, the Tuna tt audat. wuuld Ilka to near frum all teuuis averaging fruiu igStu Mil pouniasuut-uMutvuieainst'iTiilnen siiitatiiu guarautou preferred, Addr.-ss J. :. UelU'hcr, manager, us.ihecoad avouue. ilrouklyu Latin School will line-up nga'nit the Ilrooklyu 1 1 lull bchool at Eastern Park thu advmouu. It tit 111 be the llrst ksiuu fur Iho l-ams lu tko Lung Island luurscbulMtlu series, and mote Itinu, usual lu (erest U brluf unwilrsttd In the result. ' ,,.W U. .IIIW ! . I I , 1 y,-lll . I.... l 111111,1 hsiiiiiiiiiii(ii lUjI """ ",' " '. ill in i.MMBBaMaagBraiajsMiajMsagaMsM I IKrft "Butler than over ancl st Ul t he best." i ! LCBLISSH TMK, j iW i geW!SS1SS 'g difference i Mm l Wr&B Isame quality ! ftSll Vyfi) means 9od deal to the (l S)l bMitiL shoc wearer "Regal" i 1&I aPf quality is guaranteed J i ft v yur moncU )ac's 'f Uu l SPI 8tvle"i4!" ' r Ik'' i-j iv jtTi i , Jtffi' lml otli Has toe trifle narrower than ? lM, V raSffiA our nBs ast' Slack t M-Wt W tfkMJi Calf Titan Cal Enamel, j J BASpl-- Ssiitll-rt?! -uss'a Calf, Custom Bench I f 1' .irr'"'-;V?.)JM made, -with double sole. S JJ Swi' " $$ Patent Calf, single sole. S V5?U'. rWM 1IS-H7 Nassau ft.. New York. i yrtMS rf&WB'&l IJH7 Broad w, New Vork. I fSPfe,, .r-fiflr"a'.iSsig 291 Hmadway, New Vork. vi'i5" la 357 l-ulton St., Brooklyn. w4vSHS''y "iil Boston. PiTTteunaH. i WK?9Ssii, a PeoviotNcr. Cleveland. ( Kxlr'w'' a Nlw Yoni5, DtmoiT. jyjff seSS??(&SJ') Qltiiore. Aldsny, n. v. t BjSK7SJ WABHiJiOTaN. Utic, N. V. j rPair. swiS watu wLtA.WAaM. Bfe0fciiWjP' Kactorv, Whitman, IT. S. A. M i i i- i, nl" 1 1 i . . t -( XEirs OF TUB fWEEI.3IEX. Th West la Hopeful of C irrylna Off tho Pre! dene) ir Hit I. A. TV. Tho neat meeting of tho National Assembly of tho L. A. Y. will ho held at St. Ixiuls, and tho Wosten. mombera of tho Iicacuo are hopeful thnt ono of their number will bo elected cither President or Vice-President. President Potter w II seek a ro-clcction, nnd It, la likely that Ster ling Elliott of Boston ami some Western man will contest for tho olllce, A. C. Morrison, for merly of Milwaukee, tho First Vicc-Prcsidontof theL.A. W is now litinir in this city, and Is consequently out of the race. It is liy no means certain that Pennsylvania will not spring G. D. Gideon or S. A. Doyle for the olllce. Arthur finrdlnor, Iho Chicago flyer, ranks second to K. C. It.ikl In point of wins nnd earn lnes on tho national circuit mecta up todato, with Tom Cooper a close third. Tlio (-amines of the principal riders arc ,ih follows: .? llilil. 2,7-12; Gardiner. 31.40r; Cooper, il.205; X. Uullcr, S910; Mortens, $007; Talor, $tl!0; Stevens, 5725; Loughoad, -105; Newton. ?C 10; McKar land. SU5; F. Titus, $1,175; Kimble, i28; Hoyt, $403: N'ewhouse, $305. Tho membership of tho U A. W. still falls short of the 100,000 mark. The returns from the prominent divisions during tho past wcok were: New York laf, total sn,44u; Pennsylvania US, total 23.fi.'i! MaucchUMdls '0, total 1S.U71: SetvJersr '.'U. total a.jsit Illinois , tutnl Jl.iiTU: Ohio .10, tuWI :t,05U. V.'Uemslu I'J, total t:,n?d; "nriueetleut '.'It, total L'.n.Ml; Jlunourl b. total l.ll.':i; .IHcIiIkiiii . total l.VIT. Mnrylaud 2'-. tutnl l.btl. Hhode IsUud ?, total l,n-.'. Tho gain for tho week was 518, makincr the total membership '.ill, 707. Tho New York Cycle Hoard of Trndo held a nn etltij last ni-!it. All tho Old ofllcers ttcro re elected for another term. IHirrMjo, Oct. 10. Tho amateur record for truck tnrk ttas broken tills afternoon hy Kay IJuer of tho Parkstde Wheeling Club, who madu 28 miles 1,55 yards for the hour. Tho former , record, which wns held hy John Davhiton of Camden, N. J was for 20 miles 1,500 ynrds. HOCTE8. J. C. Kelly. To ride to Mnnllcello, N. Y., startlnu from ilft-nlntli street unit 1'lgtithnrenue.KothrouKb Central Park to llotli streLt and eventll ateuue: continue tu lleth street, tu l-t. Mehulai utenue, to Tenth utenue. to the lllnshrlitee ruad, tu lHlst street, tu tho Washington Uridine: cross the hrhl o tu reathertied lane, to Macouib'ii Pain roau, tu the Kunl haia Landing ruad, tuhalley avenue, to Klngsbrlojfc: eulitlnu tu VuulceiK, and follnvr tha ttirnptkn lu ftlentvood, irastllifrs, Dobli'd Ferry, IrvltiRtou, and Tar I rytorvn: rM tn thu fcrrv ardi n-.t the nt ertuXtuek: , tAko )laln street, tu lit Nyfaek turnplLe, tuClarkstllli., Nanuet. bprlnff Vollej, Mouse), Taliuans, SurTern, Ilatnapo, hlostshurff, bouthlleld, Monroe, Oxford, llreycuuit, and Chester; -o to Ooshen uu I follow tha Krlu rallro ul, through fluu steuerj, to Mlddletown; th'-n ride ihrough ItuckTllle, I'unlt 's, liiooinlnglairff, and V.'tirttboro to Muntleeiiu, Iho ruads are trou.1. The dlitauco Is aUiut f lhty inl.es. C. M Keudalt. In rldliiB rruni Newark to Porden totvn, N. J., take Krellui;hUfccn avenue tu Kll7ah-th; then ku Ihruiitth Itahtvay aud Mttiiclieu tu New Brunswick, cross the bridge, tn Albunr street, tn Franklin !'ar. Kluirston, Princeton, and hntrrence vllle; fullow ths Trenton turniilko u Mr.rt.tt street, to Trenton: then go to Yardvlllt and llordentowu I H. C 1) To mle from Newark tu Princeton tako the route ta Uordentnwn published In TliK hu.s this innrntiiE at far as your destination. Coheylats Cycle Club lo rids tu Jamaica, r I., ro futhe Kast Ttvtnty-thlrd stnet ferry and cross tu llrnofclynt ride to Itedford atenue aud follow tu the I astern Parkway, to htono avenue, tu Uleutnuro ave nue, to Uruadway, tn Jamaica. Will Browne In ride to 1'eeVsklll, Jt. Y toko tho routa to Montlenllo published In Tun M't thin morn Ins a t r as Tarrytown: then take Pruudtvny jtast the Andro innuuuient. to St. Paut'a I, K. Church, to the turnpike, to Slug Muir aud I'eokaklll. NOTES. J, W. .Stocks, the Kmillsb rider. Intends to retire from the path after this season. A meeting uf the Hojd Comiultteoof the rtronklyn Ouod lloads' Assuclatlun will be held to-ulf;lit. The annual ineetlnir and election of nnkvm or the Howling Green Wheolmea will lie held on Dec, 14. The following candidates have been nominated; For President, William Murphy; Vlie-Presldent, John Mahonev nnd John Kenny; KocordlUK becretarr, Jaraes Ifenuey: Kltian lul beeret.try, Joseph Harris; Treasurer, b. McCrlmllikt Captain, II, von Ilodcck, Thomas Ryan, tl, Atwell. and U. 81nivnn Walter Sanger Is tralnluir at Denver for a trial against the unpaced quarter, half, and ouo mile reo orda. The Aasnelated Cycling Clubs of I.onit Inland has disqualified the boiuh llronMyn Wheelmen, winner of tno recent Intor-cluli road lace, for vlulat uu uf tho rules, The Kings County Wiu-oimeu refute, tu aeccipt first position due to the dUquullfU-atlon, uud tbo race will likely be run otor on Oct MO. Tl e Ilushwlek Wheelmen will hold the annual fall ra.-es on the hynbrook track, Nov, 'J, IT IS BEYOND DISPUTE J that old, reliable brands are the safest and best. There is no stimulant as pure and reliable as the OLD CROW RYE. Why? Because of the (kjv peculiarly fine spring of A water used, the quality of i'j&i the grain used, the care and j;bruttrTtiJairi' in, extreme cleanliness used in rjOLD GROtylf ils iiianufoctiire. No hogs CSSJ. or cattl." fed at the distillery, isglw ft Its reputation is supeiior to Yt 2!!. $ all others, and its owners &M(S5v cannot affor to allow il t I f? JP deteriorate. Buy only of re- W.B.Kirk&Col liable dealers. t I'mm'tl II if, II. ItlllK A CO., X. V., gr & 1111 MII.TO.V STIIEICT. Also llroailwny and 7Ui Ml. Agents for the Pleasant Valley Wlno Co. wooppuar's'ss,.. gJ"i8ilB7nrr7r7irn --.,- ..i'iiiir1" '" "'""' xitoTTixa A.sn PACixa. A Good DajA Itaclntr at Fleetwood Park Onlj One Itvent flnlsbrd. Tho October mcotlnp;. which is looked upon as a sort of farewell oflterinR of tho New York ' DrlvliiR Club, was optined at Fleetwood Park j yesterday. The track was tn splendid share. Owing to a lato start coid split heats only on I race was decided. In tho pacing contest thobct- tine; presented a wltJo range before the start. I not one ot tho elevim starters belnu a pro nounced favorite. Tho field sold for about 'J to I 1 over a choice, with O. M. C. Halo, und High ' land Laislo about e.uu .ly supported. In tho first heat Highland I.tssie had a closa fit nftcr hcfdiiiK the Held to tho stretch, wbero Ambryon closed in fast that a head only separated th' piirnt the end. In tho next heat i tho trniy nuuo llnished lit Xiont much more nt . her case, her former mile huvlnu apparently limbered her up. Shawns now n bin favorite, , hut n had bicak permitted O. M, C to secure a j heat in slower time. Tho .'otittli boat was a I strulo between the pair of grays, who hunc tOBCtherllkc a team to tho stretch. Then tha stnlllon cried auits, leaving ilich-intl Ii3slu to como home nn onny u inner. Tno unfltiishod 2:10 trot, tt ltli only flvo starterx. was of tho nip nnd luck orier in every . heat. Tho blnck (reldlnc Itecort was tlrst chnicoon thestrencth of his reeor.t (rood race I ntltisby Park, whero hn ill fualfii Louis Victor. I Hn not well back.vl nt S-'-Ti to $18 lor tbo Held. 1 Hu wnn tievor roMly l.iiiKC-rnti8. hottuvur. the Lane Island ceU'inir Kini; Chimes uutfnotlnir tho party clcvorl the In si two tents. Here filcnmero liny showed up for a couple of hentn, but he was no' up lo I no t-.U of Kcltlm; the rconisito Ihlrd heat. When ho wns ciallcnsed I by l'astornl In tlio filth heat b piu-ceptibly weakenod, anil lvellv trot H'ltlor't maro llrst to Ithc-ttlrc. Tills ended tho il.ty'i --port. The tlrst i licat to-day will bo called at initio o'clock. Summitries follow: I S:in c'Iahi. t.aelue; pune 1:((: nuhlnnl I attle. itr. in., lit- Vu ii.i: ItlBh land Ora Ulllzen. by Thornda.e Prlnco 1 (Iionrourt) 117 1 i O. it Cur s. (Peters) K 17 Anilirvon Ml. i; ll.lmilnivitl) i t! M U lltln, I) in. iCnltlll.-) :i 7 3 s Mllhra. cli in Howell) 7 :l .. s llstst J li. m (Cnat.'Hi 1 n lu :l . )uartrritake. br. it. (Snyder) 11 I) I.lttleiiem, li s. ii'lu-rrler) 0 ii 4 n Nellv h. Kr. 111. iLoniinrd! 4 ,"i Ml Joe Nelton, eh t- (llrownl lull s i Hattler.il k. iRtneiy) tl lull 10 I Time-'." 14 4. '-it4'.... SilT"..-. Sslfiij. I 2-14i'la'. trottlnc; iiitrso tlut' (uulltilthed): Olenuiere Hoy cr.it iMurry) 4 4 113 Klin; t hlints. li. k (U'lldrUksoti) 1 1 n 4 5 Pantoral. br. in. 'Ke ly) a 2 '-' II 1 Itecuril.blk.e. (Keltj) :l It :l OlIrprWiHiil.li e. (timintt) ' fl I S 1 Tlmo-V 15'4, U.-l !-,. J-inij. tiili)4, 'Jtl'ia. Tha ICarneHS llucea nt Conrord. Cosconn, X. 1I Oct. 111. The 2:i:t race today de veloped Into a huril i oldest, In which thu favorite, Peter lurnay, trim defeated, biinuuarles: 1:!!0 elaia, trottlum piime Jitno: Maud II.. hr. in., lit uen. Withers. Jr. Dainty, by Ch unttlon Knoi: iShnptin) ...:l 111 Allertlne, li. m. (Juliusun) 1 7 7 7 Irene, li. m. (Ilaujoni , a II 'J :l Iian Wilkes, itr ir. (Itu,-la) n :.' :t 5 lilaelmtoua llrlno. 1,1k. e. (I'.leli) A 1 .1 -J KlIillT.. li s. (Mellnnald) It r, II 4 Mary I..,fh. in. iDore) 1 1 lieu K., eh. k. (Kertt-K-k) 7 il Bdr. Time Ui'JIJj, 2:1U'4. 2.aoi4. Jii'O's. S;25 elnra, paelnff; pur-n SHOD: ChlueJ.. blk. in, hy 1'aseu lupsy. by Tom mown, Jr. (tillllcs) t 1 1 Nlinrul, b. a. (Cui) U a a 1'arln. h. ft". (Iiurland) !l li Qlieeuy, blk. 111. (Trout) 4 4 4 Flora il hr. in. (lladti'lt) 0 0 5 Tline-a:2l'4. !!:'.' 2:'i4'4. 2:n rlat', trottliiK! purse :icn: J.euua. blk. in., liy (Ireenluiidcr tOUlics) 1 1 1 Irene, b. in, (MilluiiAld) It II 2 Yates, eh. K. (Van Anki ll) 4 ) Curlue, blk, k iJobnton) & 4 4 W. It. C br. b. (Marsh) I 0 & Whitney, b. p. (Mnn- 2 dls. Time 2:'J94, 8ISUK-, 2:2254. 2'i:tc!ass, pniinKt purse dr.tK): MasKle, b. lu . by Teiinessee Wilkes Daudy, I j Toni llaiunnrdner) 1 1 1 Pi li r 1 uniey, t;r. k. (Ilriimiell and (l.llles).. ..2 V 2 Anule Shcdd. b, m. (ilotten) :i II 4 Diversion, b. in. (Trout) 4 4 It Tlluo-2il5, 2:Ki4, a; 14a. Winners nt Ittonln. Cixcivkati. Oct. IB. Drsplto frequent shnwers of rain to day, there tvero auood att ndniite Ht I.atnula and a fair article of sport. Thieu tavurltes und three act ond choices won, bunimarlesi First ItaceBir furloiiK -Annie M 101 (Randall), 7tu2.tton; Lawanila, Iu4 iConlevj, II tu 1, second; John Ilonn, 1(14 (Aken, 10 tn 1, tninl. Time, lillPs. becond llaee One mile. J, II, C, 111 (Conley). Hto B, won; Madeline, nil (Hill), 2 to 1, second: TaLa-na-.sre. 104 (Powers), 7 tu '.', third, 'I line, l:ll. Third Haw CovIukIoii Autumn btar.est uiio mllo and n sllteeutli, hi.dy Irene, 103 (Cunley, 4 tu 1, won, Jackanapes. 10.' (llllll, 4 tn I, necumliour Chauc-e, Kill (Cumhs), H ml, third. Time, ;i't. Our ( iinnco mm Xullss couiiled lu the buitliut. Fourth Itnee 1IuuUlcaii;olielnlleatid a sixteenth. l.oUI. 120 (IIIII), I) to 0, wull. I.uu Ilramlile, 11(1 (llellf). .'i to 2, si uond ; l,uiil Zeal, UU (SchcrrcrJ, tl to (, third. Time. I:IKJ,. Fifth Hare rivu fin lunw. Ilotlta, 102 (IIIII), 2 to 1, tton; llallnasiiue. 11)11 lllllee), 0 tu I, aectitid; Hpai.lah Princrsi, 110 (bclierri'i) rt toB, third. Time, litul. Mxtli Itsee-.RIs furlonss Mm W,. ini il.yneli), II to 1. ni in IS stall., 101 i.Mutlietts). 7 to I, feci lid, 1'ejceiuaki r, loll (bch"tren. 0 lu 2, third. Time, liltl. ItrMilO nt Iron IIIII. Iiiom Hut, Oct. 1C 1'avnrltes did fairly well hern today and the form t.lnvi rs. .iltliou-jti not su sue cu sttil in luit week, In 1 1 iliHiriiwn. Kuminaryi 1 u-t l!uo- Four onl a naif furlomta. Itoliuck. 7 t' Ti mid 1 in 2, it on; i.a l'r nlH. I tu I fur plucc, sic ondttluld bpeo third. Time, niM). mi unit llaee six furlonui. Idrrlllnc. 4 to 1 and il to ,1, won. Ould Hollar, out for place, second; John 1'. third. Time, 1:21 ., . Third llaie-blxand a half furlonirs Cashier. B to 2 nnd 7 tn 10, woni William I'enn, M to B lor place, second! ltosednle third. Time. 1.27, Fourth raoe-FliofurloiiBt Wurronit. 4 to B and 2 tn r, tvoiiitjneedt, 4 (o B for place, second; Qullla IlilrU. Time. l:aa. Filth Itaee-I'lve. furlnnes. Arcbl'. Hto 1 and 3 to , wnn; ;i air li, 2 to 1 for place, stcond; Jnu Swain third, lime, lilt). blxlh Itai e Four an 1 a half furlongs. Sherlock, fl lo ,1 and 2 In n, won; Ioef ill, '.' to 1 fur place, sec ond, Urnceful third, lline, OiOHHi. news from the nurse World, Lovisviu.it, Oct. 10. The aecond day's races of tha Loulsvilio Fair an 1 Ortvlnir AisoclstlvB Were pwt liom d ou account of rain, , " " 'I '- 1 riiwrftl,ittftlTllmiTSinn,iilllisiTriirin IMPEllATOirS EASY RACE. Jtlt. aALWAT!f nnony COLT ?rj.vj THE llAMAl'O llAlfHiaAi: He Ret Such n Pace) Tlu Ihr. lltnvjwe.'Kbla mold Not l.nsl ninenr-ny tiels tielili. -n aelllna' Ilaet for Two-Vi ur-olda Corae ' Ocfoberllurdlellanillent Ifr. Ctle!tVI'ornr Porfoct wenthor nnd tho promise uf exciting sport brought unotlicr lnro crowd to Arorrls Park yesterday ojtcrnoon, when six jruod moos wero run off. Iho btnkcs worn tlio Hamnpo Handicap for threo-yotr-oltls otor tho Withers mllo course, which was won by Jiimcu flnlwny's brown colt Impernlor, by Iroquois, out of Qlon view; tho Autumn selling rnco for tvto-yenr-olrts, which went to laiwls Klmoro's bny colt niuetway, by Ootawny, dam Hltio Mold, and tho Oclober Hurdle Handicap nl ono mllo nnd a half, which went lo that smart four-year-old maro ForRot, bv Kxlie, dtiui Korocr. owned by tho Messrs. Hitchcock. . Tho dofu.it of Tlllofor tho Itninspo Handicap was tho sons.itlon of tho duy. Tlio cru'ik Western colt had 120 pounds up, hut lio h id peiforniod so well In tho Jcromo Handicap with two pounds lesson his back thnt tho talent could .Hit sco how ho could bo beaten. His conqueror in Iho Jerome, Uonsselacr, was socond choico nt 0 to 1, but ho was carrying ulicht pounds moro Ihan on Hint occasion, und tho public at laruo did not look for him to win. Estacn at 7 tol.Impcra tor at 8 to 1, and llluo Djvll at 10 to 1, weto the most fancied of tho others. Tilto's elos'ni: price was 4 to &. When tho stnrt was maoo Hoynl Itoso shot out of tho bunch and mado tho running for nearly threo furioniis. In tho run up tho backstrotch Howltt got In a pocket, with Honisclaor and had lo tiko tho blpc chestnut colt back In order to eot cloar of his field. Ho nppeared to ovordo It, for in a niom"nt Itcnssolaer was out of tho race, nnd wnn a li til last. Just us tho field bwunir for tho upper turn Itnpcrator shot up to Itoyal Hoso like a qunrlur horso, and, colni? on. opened a cap of ti llf a dozon loiiKths. Haniiock, TIllo, nnd Itoyal Koseiravo chase, hut tho retnnikablo sprintof the brown coll appeared to put them on tlploo, and nt tho lust furlonc polo lmporator was only K-illopine. Ho Is a notorious counter feit, hoe cr, nnd Maher let him bcllovo that ho was rutinlt.s away. It wns n gallop for lmpora tor to win by three lengths In tho fnst ttn'oof 1:41. Ikuinock and Tillo fought It out for sec ond monoy. tho fornior Betting tho verdict by a head. Forget was favorlto at 2 to 1 on for tho Octo ber Hurdlo Handicap, but thoro was n stronc play on Detective, whose price como tumbllntr from 10 to 3 to 1. Detective is a fast horso for flvo furlongs or so, but ho could not shako off the favorite, and tho daughter of Exile paocd to tho front on thu bill. Brown lied took second placo In the run home, but never seriously men aced the winner. Valorous boat Detectivohomo for third money. Forget ran In a new-fangled bit and a standing martingale, which kept her straight at her jumps, and she showed to great advantage. There wero but flvo starters for tho Autumn selling race for two-year-olds ovor tho last six furlongs of the Withers course, and Ulttoaway, with 117 pounds up, was bo much preforred ovor his opponents that ho wont to the post nt 10 to 9 on. Hlarneystonc. tho hnndsomo son of Stono brngo inj tho Thompson string, wss socond chniiont KI tn 5. while It was 5 to 1 the top wciRht War.-cnton, 12 to 1 Woodranger. nnd 15 to 1 yar.ito.rii. Woodranger made tho runnintf for a furlong, hut wns compelled to resign tho pott on ilia turn to Illnrnoystune, who had a lead of two lengths when the hunt of the stretch wns reached, Maher attempted to steal through on tbo rail with Rluc.ivtny. hut Warrenton swerved and cut him oil. Hiurnoystone quit In the run home, and Warrenton, bo.idim; Woodranger, looked nil over att inner until lllue.iway camo up on tho outside. In n ihort uud sharp struggle IJltie away allowed his superiority nt tlio weights nnd won by u goo I icuirth. Snruto-M was third. The winner is owned by l,r.uts Elmore, nnd Is ono or Iho eunlk'it twu-j car-olds In training, llo Is hy Cxct.tttay. a son of Kuquiror, out of Illile Maid. Cassette ttasfnvorlto for tho opening dnsh on the strength of her race with Tom Cromwell a fow days airo. tliu talunt tnkimr 7 to 0 about her chances. Tho brow n inure made tho running for nenrly seven furlongs nt a lively clip, when she was challenged by Hugh Penny and Hen Itounlil. Tbo latter showed in front for a mo ment, but T.iral, bringing Semper Kg up on the outside, woro the o.hers down nnd won cleverly by u lenuth. Hugh Penny. C.issetto and Ucn lionulil followed lu the order named nocks apirt. The handicap for two-yenr-old winners was a big succoss. and Mr. Vosburgh adjusted tho weights so l.icel) that the tlilrti un starters mndo adotpcr.ite race nf it from the fall of the ttag. I.jdlnnaiid Kilofoot were equal favorites at 4 to 1, tint thure was a strong inquiry for Easier (lift, Scotch I'lald. San Antonio, and Ortoland. DLinnguguo went to thu front from a very good btiut. nnd showod tho tvny around the turn, closely followed hy Kiitnurusnkl nnd an Antonio. Dcmngoguo quit Hearing tho Una! BlMcentli, and his Dlaco was taken by Whistling Con. Tho latter. San Antonio, nnd Ilmidpress wero aligned when Bergen brought Mont d'Or up with a rush. Mont d'Or was at tlio fnlsoprnu of 40 to 1. ns ho had performed must creditably In tbo Nursery Hnndlc.ip. wheru ho enrried 103 pounds, and was only buatuu by Plaudit, rock ltobin. and Handbill, and he was subsequently placed third when Cock Ilnhln wns disqualified, liergen. who Is some hlngof a wit, haul dryly after tho r ice, tt hen somebody had remarked about Mont d'Ors being at a falso prlco: " Oh, bad Jockey up. you know." Tlio handicap for three-year-olds and upward nt one mllo and a furlong was a horse race. Howard Mnnu wns favorlto at 4 to 1, whllo Dr. C tlott, Dutch Skater, and Dun do Oro wero qtiotidnt7to 1. Hen Eder, Tho Winner, and !' op o' Dny. at 8 to 1, Tom Cromwell nt 10 to 1, Decrslnyor at 12 to 1, and Challenger nt 15 to 1. The three-year-old. Dr. Catlett, sprang to tho front at the stnrt nnd mndo tho running, with tho others, bar Dutch Skater, in n bunch. Thero wasn't much hango until tho stretch wns roicbed, when I'copo' Diy, Hen Eder, nnd Don do Oro ni.ida play. Not for an Instant could any of the hunch rn ich Dr. Cntlclt, tho big chestnut striding bplciidldly, liko a-.vcll-oiiedplecoof ma clilncry.niid winning by morn than a length. Hen Eder bout lVep o' D.iv nbout aB far for second money, t.hllo Don do Oro was a good fuurth. Tho winner is n chestnut colt, 3 years old, by Imp. Candlemas, nut of Allerna, and Is owned by Tiirnoy Uro", of Kentucky. Hie perform inco was nn occp;innuily good one, nnd whllo hero-' I of oro hu hun bocu regarded us tho Inferior of his stable companion, Tillo. thcro nrc many who now think tho chestnut quite tho eqitnl of tho son of l.oonitus, Tillo has perhaps gono back from tho form ho displayed at Or.ives?nd, whllo It is it certainty that Dr. Catlett Is improving every dny. It wns slid yesterday that James It. Keeno had sold to John Muckoy. Iho superintendent of tho H'tneho del Puso Html, the clever tno-ycnr-oldtolt Cock llunlii. by Ten Trni. nut of Cushat, nnd Iho smrrt thrcti-ycnr-olil tllly Trip pintr, bv Sar.ibiiiiil, duin Ixl i. Mr. Mackey will prubiibly run (hem ul tho Sin Krnn dsco nieet Iir;s during tho minim; winter. Tho) should win their sharo of thu money in California, Summaries lollow: FinsT it.icn. For threo-yeanolds and upward, non-wlnnent at anytime of 3I.N0U; (lino added, of which 3100 to the second and SBU tu thirl; the Withers mils; Uromley A Cu 's b. h. Semper Kgu, 4, by Louie I.a byll'hld". l'.'iwrnral) I Puke A Wlshurd's b, g. lluirlt Penny, aited, 122 (IteltT) 2 Aug. Cluson'fclir, f. Casnette, 4. Ill (Hewitt) 3 lien Itoualit und bullle Clleuuoi aim ruu, 'nine. 1:42. Petting Against Cassette, 7 to S; Mush Penny and Semper r,;o, euch 1 tu 1 ; tfalllo CUequut, B tu 1 ; lien ltuuuld, U tu 1, Sl'.COXIl ItACE. naudlcip for two-year olds, maidens excluded: bv Biiliu'rlpilonnf SlUiai'h. with Silii'J added, of which Sl(l(l tn second and 550 to third, last six nnd a half fitrlnmrs uf the Withers mile Kensutloii sulile'n b. e. Mont d'Or, by llsynn d'Or lloiint Veruun, inn (IWr-i'ii) I P. J. Dttyer's li. e. Hal dprBH, 102 (Thompson) 2 J', J. Italdwlii's ii. c Dan Antonio, lo.') (Tnorpe)... . tl DeuiaKoi.o, Kllufoot, F.aler Olft, beoteli Plaid, Ilnnlshed, Uumurasukl. I.ydluu. Ortulaud, aud Whist ItugCou also i an. Time, 1:2.'. Ilrttln Against I.jdl.tu and ICltefnot, each 4 to 1 1 Kastei tllfl, .' tn 1; beoteh I'lald. ll to li ban Antonio, 7 tu 1 1 Ortoland, i to Ii llaiilshed. Ill In lllli-iun-goL'llo nnd illlldouiiet, ( uch 12 lu 1 ; Kuuiuiusukl. 0 lu 1. ll.iudpiess, ,lu tu 1; Mont d'Or, 40 tn 1; Whist ling Cou, 101) tu 1 Tlimtl HACK. Autumn soiling rieu for two-year oils; purse, S.'.llt'tl.tu the willll-T ei.SU.I, to thu si i uud Wine, uud tu thu third J'.'OU; six fuiluiigi uf ths Wltlier mile: l.ewls Klmure's b, c, Illuouttny, by 0( taway Ulue Maid, 1)7 (Main r) . 1 William Olltur's li. c. Wurreiil.ui. I In lining) 2 J.J, McCntT'ity'shr f. bar-do.'", 1 iTiiuiuiisun). 2 lllarneysiunu uud WoodraiMer also ran. Time. 1 I l'i Ilcttlnic Ten lull on liliimnuyi nsalnit Dlarnsy stune, llltuBt Wurreutuii, B lo 1; Wimdrauci, 12 tu 1; ttaratOKU, lBtu I, FOUiiril HACK. The Itaniapn llaudlcaii for ihree-year-oldri; pur&n Tli 3epiui.e ss .0 Sfeaen iM SHeam is to Walking. "'S'l-wii-a-iAyoyssejjvM, si -rVif , s,ir :r-tjala rjf Byck Bros.' hWt V Brcnstcl I ill te Sack i?uit III SACil WiiMcont t-ltlicr I'llnrXKf ?''! "r double hi IA M ljrt'"sk'1-' tfi f Modol I ft Fnll nnd Wlntor I 1897-1898, .Ml Chpviotn, llnme I v I niniiis, Worsteds 1 I y 11111I liniki-n chern;, J NL O 00 sou' Byck Bros.' Top Coats, Alrl Modol tj TiiS Fall and Wlntor tJ KM? 1897-1898, Jl JST Coverts, W hip- j cords, plain mid htm i- 1 ' iiicil JTiTtTu or skeleton Kancy 1 ItiivkK. Knll or I LJ Wluter Wclrjlit, J $12.s,o$30. 1 GLOVES. It will cost you fl.UO to put .in a brand new pair ot (Motes wl h jour topcoat These are In nil the new shades and they ure warranted. ijOW.VinWlft UPTOWN i c. , Cnr East 125th St., - .. . 158 to 164. FultOn & Nassau. Opsn erenlncs. $2,000; lo tlio winner 81., inn. to the second 1300, and to the third 2U0; the withers mile: James Oal vay'e br. c. Iinpera-or. by Iroquois Qlen- view. 1U4 (ilAher) 1 fl Anderson sen. c. Tiannock, 10t (Irving) 2 Turney Uro.. b e. Tillo. 12ii (P, Williams) n Itensselaer, llluo Devil, Kataca, and Itoyal Ross also ran. Time. 1:41. Petting Five to 4 on Tillo; against Itnnsaflaer, fl to 1 ; Estaea. 7 to It Imperator, 8 to 1 1 hlne Devil, 10 to 1; Itoyal Host., IS to 1 -. Bannock, SO to 1. FIFTH RACK. Ilandleap for three year-olda and upward I tHOO added, of which $125 to aeonnd uud A70 to third; one mile and a f nrlong nver fhe Withers course: Turney Uros.' ch e. Br. Catlett. 3, by Imp. Candle mas Allerno. 120 (It- Williams) 1 M. F. Dwycr'ab. b. Pen Eder, . 120 (Sims) 9 J. A. JIcC'ormlok'A b. n. Peep o' Day, 4. 118 (Hew itt) Tbit Winner. Ilovard Mann, Don de Oro. Tom Crom well, Deersloyer, Dutch Skater, and Challenger alio ran. T.'me. 1:5.1. netting Against TJoward Mann. 4 to 1; Dutch Skater. Dr. Catlett. and Don de Oro. each 7 to 1; Peei, o' Day. Hen Eder. aLid The Winner, each 8 to 1; Tom Cromwell, 10 to I: Deerslayer. 12 to 1; Chal lenger, 15 to 1. SIXTn HACK. Oetntwr Hurdle nainlcap for three-year-olds and UDward: to the winner 40li. the second il2. and tll.-Ui.rd 73; one mllo and a half over six flight ot hurdles- . v, . .. F It. T. Hitchcock's eh. m. Forget, 4, by Exile Forever. l5!l(Kmtllah .. 1 M. KeA.-ne a b h. Hrown Rett. a,Wd. l:t (Mara).... 2 S. 8. Holland's br. f. Valorous, 3, 130 (Uclnerncj). S Detective also ran Time. 2:51'i, Bettlne; Two to 1 on Forget: Detective, 8 to 1: Brown Hed. 4 to 1 ; Valorous, 30 to 1 . COIF. Howera Derrata tlarrlmnn at the Country Club of Weatche-ster. The tie In the handicap at tho Country Club of Westchester between II. M. Hnrrlman. S. D. Bowers, and IL 11. Hobertson at 85 net was played oil yesterday between Harriman and Bowers, and under tho arrangements Robertson will play on Thursday aeainst tho scoro mods yesterday, llarrlmun wns a trifle off his came and plaved poorly at times, but Bowers showed dash and brilliancy and won handily. Tha cards: II. X. Harriman. Knollwood Out 4 0 11 U S 5 B B B 4 In 4 10 7 0 M 0 4 B !48 07 0 87 S. T. Dowers, Otsego Oat 4 S " fl 3 4 0 0 fl 4B In 4 7 5 8 3 2 6 0 B 44 SO 1 88 In tho play on last Saturday for the champion ship of the Eniflewood dolt Club the results wero at follows: It. W. Banks heat II. U. Bottoms by default; E. H. .Tewett Ivsar . II Ilooth by 1 up; A. Coppell beat M. Caniphell bv ti up and a to play: S. Mowry beat D. W. Lvaiia by 7 up and 0 to play; u. Lydecker lAt J. II. Sherwood ht default; W. C. V"An Antwerp beat J. Wuolbey by cefault; J. D. Ilaker beat J. A. WeUa by 4 up and 2 to play; C. B. KeU beat y. Eaos by 4 up and 2 tu play. V. K. Hnrt't has presented a cup to be plnyed for by tho men who qualified for tho champion ship, tho winner of the lattor being; barred. Tho first contest will take placo on next Saturday. On election day thero will boa handicap four some in tho mo 'nln fortwocupa presented by Mrs. II. -M. Buiiab. Jr., nnd in tho afternoon tho final for the championship cup will be played. Tho following Are tho scores In the first con test for the Mort-au Cup, which la to be played for In a Bcries ot matches on the links of tho Nutley Golf Club: urou. ji-oqs. Aer. B. II. Dorr 00 10 811 W. Ii. Boardman 100 IB 89 C.II.llay llfl 28 BH T. W. Mitcrthwalte. 10!) 10 00 11. M. Ooddanl 110 18 UO l'.ugeni-l'luukeU 112 SO U3 A.ohrtman 103 10 e.t E. Morgan. Jr 107 13 U3 11. M. Llbby 114 IS BO M. M. Michael 107 10 07 Alphoua Ueer 107 10 U7 Falur !ari;eant 117 18 OU J. De Pecaza 135 14 101 J.r-.Kuttcrtuwalte 123 0 103 11, W, (luddard 121 18 Kl.'l u. W tiladwln IIS 12 100 Arthur lloeher 130 Z4 llltl W.J. Morn 134 18 118 A. II. Larkln Withdrew. Tbo second round at match play for the Gov ernor's Cup at Ardsley was played yesterday, and resulted as follows: W. Christie beat N'. C. Hoynal, by 8 up and 4 to play; S. D. Cocbrano beat J. J. Winston, -l up und M to play; M. Grn hiim, Jr., beat A. Morten. f up and 4 lo play, and 1. Barron beat If, II. Curtis, U up nnd o to play. The cisht who iunlltlcd in tho preliminary round for the Bacon Cup at match play wero aa follows: 67rnss, Wear). Set. Miss Klttrldge ,itm B 108 MhsEldlltz 110 4 10U Mrs. A. I), Cochrane, 107 1 10(1 Miss Thomptsou 110 8 108 Mis Mokes 114 no Mrs. P. II. Kerch 110 7 llil Mlssllrooks 114 0 114 Mis Uracil Fraaer 13V 14 118 The others who finished wero as follows: Mrs. M. M. Van Hurcu no 10 no Mlsa llarrnn. .,134 14 )gu Mrs. J. T. Terry, Jr 127 7 luu Miss Fraser 134 SO 1UU Mrs. Frost 157 Oil 135 Miss Archbuld 184 10 1U8 M. Sllleiul lo.l 9 141 Mla U Luekwoud 130 rt 131 Miss K. Oould ,107 17 1BU Miss l.ugeuu llrlnlll 181 Hi 151) Miss K. Lockwood , 183 8 177 NOTES. O. W. Dorland. The dates are unsettled. At thn Morrii Cnuuty Oolf Cluh to-day there wlllho an iiseeniiiluRu of plaj era only second tnihuieat tho uatlunal chuiuploltslilp. Cuarhs 11. Mullouuld has pmnil'iHl to Pa nreunt, but if. J. Whlglum Is likely tn b? an absentee. With tha cliuiuplou uut tlio held will Include tho best players In tbo cuuutry, Trap 8lioutlng. A cloudless sky ami a strong lireeie, upon which durens of fan-flying pigeons slarloJ from tUe traps at l xler Park, tvrro the conditions under which the Enu raid liun Club livid Its monthly shoot ytsterday, Tr ntidtunaud P. l'laoti carrlel on" the lien Is l.y grattln tlulrteu straight In tlio stellar eveul, E. J, Clark, O, llrown, and Dr. McFarlan I dlt Ming the re maining honori Willi ulue kill.e.uli Only twenty. futir -mailers ,'Urllclpul. il ll the day's spurt, which 1. lathei a an all u.iuuut for this popular organ! saiton. 'i'lio wsires- Ul. Illidtoti, -Jlyardt, 10; J. Fogarty, 'JO yards, lis Dr. HI. liter. 2.1 yards, ?; II 1'. Frssrnueu, 28 yards, 7, J 8. IV.iiisl-11. .'Iiyimls, 81 J, II. lluud, aHyanlj, 7; W. .Ineljeii, 2t yards, 7; K. A. Vrtniiue, 2h varus, Si J. K". Ill ell, -':, 5 Aids. :l; C. Utuyulu, 25 yards, 7; F, Place, it yarn, lu; J, 11 ilurse, 28 yards, 8; K. Weiss, J3 jards. i W Sands, 28 yards, 81 T .Short, usj arc b. 7. I.. J. Clark. 20 y.iuls. Pi O, llronu, 25 yards, 11, T. t'odey. 'J3 yards. 4iC. C. Molleuhjuer, 25 yards, 8; Dr. McFarlnnd, 2T yards. U; V T. Amend. -.'8 yarns, H, 11. Amend, 28 yards, B; 1', Keauu, 25 yanls, 8, J. Woclrnl, 28 yards, 7, Plint's Fine Furniture. TOILET TABLES, Birch or Mahogany Finish, $9.00. r Foot Bali Clothing I Should bo stroiicc. Tlio cheap kind H 1b dear nt nny price. Wo soil Foot JH Ball Clothing at popular prices but onj reliable goods goods that tee M stand back of. Mndo samo aa wo Hi make the suits for"nlc,l'rlncoton,etc. ITeavy Padded Pants 01. OO HH Heavy Canvas Jackets OB mm Mnleskln 1'anU O.eo Head Harness -?2 blockings & EverjthiiiB fur Foot Ilnll at rock bottom price. Wk A. 6. Spalding & Bros. Spaldlng-Bidwoll Co. ti llid-l3UNasiauSt. 80, 31.33 W. 8d8t. 'l Hit. NAVAUE-H lfolI.Ii AIXKsTB StS torent. 308 West 50th at. fSk uXjiJt-rmjiijHjs. jurv-tsTTj'iiij-se.rs'-.. e'.e'n-j- j-. ii ttjssssisvssssaaasst HHHf FLAHTBRAU k CO., ( 372, 374, 376 Broome St., M Just ofT Broadway. W IVft tnvlta Inspection ana conarAsurlsan sir snev H. nrlvalled rjhltilt or Private CurrlJiaeo Tar ( Town stud C'ountri-, aiurpisAsUnBr In asl-tat7s H rorm. tlunliti. nnd tinlsb anr atoclc at. H bovtu. nnd rully ivnrrsiBted, otrercd at ttta H lowest I'rlces Hj A 000D STOCK OF SfcCOND-HAND 1 VEHICLES, ALL STYLES, LOW PRICES. FIR 8 -LE Itrew-Bter brouRbara, now style, tn gtsod H eondltlou. beir price; AlsooouDe; caui do Ma si H stable. 1X0 West 55tli st. . K JIOIU.IXO. ll Bpartstns, Sleas-lcera, anil Goldon Rods BreaSl lH Bven In lfar A. A. Tourn-r. H noDors tvero even In the American national tounia- IB ment gamea at the Germanla Assembly Itooms' allsya IB last alght between tho Spartan, Bleecker, and Golden j Bod teams. The scores: IH riasT qame. VM Spartan-Aehllllnir, 148: Mrocker, 153; Hatton, 183 H Fussel, lltD;Haler, 174. Total, 82U. H lllee. ker J. lioam. l&u: ltor.neau. 142; II. Beam. H 1B1; Wras-e, 1S1; Kilter. 167. Total. 74s. SECOXD (lAsTE. Golden Rod Eck. 147; Rteer. 191: Snyder. 154 TV. Arnold. 102: bchroeder, iss. Total. 7i. Uleeeker-J. Beam. 108; Hush, 15; n. Beam. 191i WraKKe. 167; Bitter, 1T7. Total, SS8. Tiimn oaxe. Spartan Sehllllnc. 107: UrcuVer, ISO; MaUen, 14S Fussel. ltltl; 3Ialer. 174. Total. .-104. Gulden lUidErk. 184; ItleKer. 151: 6nvdar. 1B7 W. Arnold. 148: Schroodor, 161. Total, b33. Althouch tho CorlnthlAna did not miss a spar fa the United Bovvllm; Clubs tournament section on game Agstnst the Metropolitan! at TUum & Kahls dorrs Harlem alleys last night, tho lattor ptayara won by alxty-ono pins. The scores: TOST OAJCC Corinthian Uoldeu. 20t; Clinch, ITS; Walter, 178l AtAcLellan. 1M): Brill. 1H1. Total. U27. Kosedale Bellmer, 164; Eesaler, 125; Vanlno, lBOl A. S, overs, 146;Ihrbach. 178. Total, 768. SECOND OAXE. Metropolitan Van Yleck. S16: CUncen. 160; EoUotl 165; Fisher. 170. Louly. I6V. Total. OSS. Rose-iale BeUmer. 1UC; Kesiler. 150i Venlno,lt4t K Jl. Slevers. SOS; Lehrbaob. 301. Total. 873. TUtBI OAKE. Metropotltscn Van Vleck. C12: Cllnsen.lBS,ireQ, 171; Ftsher, 166: Leuly. ISM. Total. BS0. Corinthian Holden. 11; Clinch. 153; Walton lSa llAcLelUn. 155; Brill, 169. Total, 658. Tho second and third games ot tho Brooklyn Boyal Arcanum tournament last night were closely eoatAnrso t ed. tho Fraternity team having a march! ot entr tYTV points In tho final contest. The acoresi rmsT OAiic. Fraternity-Lee. 144; HltelaA, ISOt QrlSn, tllk Meyerle. 18S; Field. 181. Total. 781. .PShrl Alert Hawkins, 104;Cook. lU3j8tddall.lBlEaBk XEl ISO; Wright, 11 9. Total. 672. "" MB SEOOITD OAKS. H Alert-nawklns. 150; Cook. 10 Kddsn. 18t tsV Wright. 2;Flero. 140. Total. 644. H Brooklyn Woolev. IBS; Maybaum. 1B6 WaUkaatl 98;Spncer, ISO; nalloran. 110. Total, 66 T. TIUICD OAKS. Brooklyn Wooloy. 130; nalloran, 17 Walfcen. 119; Spencer. 1S7; Maybanm, 13d. Total. OM. 7 Fraternity Lm, 100; Uigglns, 108 gjHBa. 1BB1 Meyerle. li5: lleld, 159. Total, 686. Bowllns; Games Tawwtitic BAmerlcan National Lamstedter, Fin Knlgnta, cais) Elndongrovc. Mow York Royal Arcanum Leagne .tfonitasaAJa Council. Harlem Council, and Amerlcus CounoU. United Buttling Clubs, bocUou 2 Bleockor, Otva Service, aud Auranla. Brooklyn Royal Arcanum League, Section 1 Da Witt Clinton Council. Bedford Council, and Stuyva sant Council. Brooklyn Itoyal Arcanum league. Snb-Toureame&t Be Forest Council. ast 2iew York Council, aaa Fort Oreeue Council. Associated Cycling Clubs ot Lang Island, Prelim, nary Tournament lirooklyn Bicycle Club Ta.Boat wick Wheelmen. Germanla Clio, 1. r. IT., and Wallabont. notvllnsr Xetee. Leuly and Silver will roll a series of games. begts nlng at 3 o'clock, at tlio Germanla Assembly Roogs7 alle a this afternoon. Tho St Nicholas Bowling Club was organised at Dusel's alleys. In Ilnrlem. oa Monday night. Tho election of uttlcer rt'sulled as follows: President, J. Brggs; Necretury, E B Clark; Treasurer, F. Cooktl Captain, II. 1. Carpenter; beigeaut-at-Arms. Jos. Co. groofclan dt'crUgcmctttiS. When you hnvo lenrnod tho aooret ol tlio ao-cnilotl " MADE TO ORDEll" gootla and htvt soma I exporienco with simio on will ro j to u rcsponsiblo clothin;' store ovor after. Our Mcu'h .Suits nnd Overcoats at 810 to -25 nnd Boys' nnd Chiklron'H aW from 3 up nro 1 tho oqxii, in lit, btylo nnd ct nstruo tion of anything in the market. Considor o.irofully those fnota. Wo hivvo nbundnuco to bIiow you , in all dopnrtmonlH. 380 and 382 Fulton St, BROOKLYN.