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ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD.
vxpibb TritJtSH cites bib rimra AliOVX J, AST SATVItliAT'B GAME. Just What Ike Fli; aad What Fransln.at roolbnll Mm ht Abcnt 1 1-A Rule That ". Can lie Amended Hen a Weal Folat Men. P tenant a.;uppreed lwarieee.C.llea;e. H Itobert 1). Wronn, who umpired tho Yale- f, Carllslo Indian Knmo on Saturday, uindo Uio fol- a- lowing statement to TitEHut ycaterelny: f" "In low of tho fact Uiat there havo been nev- eral mlsBtntrnicnta published and a ecnoral mle ; undcratandlntr rcirnrellng tbo decision on Sat urday by which Yalo retained possession of tho ball after a kick In the Carllslo Indians' terri- v tory, I may ear that Slocovltch, tho Yalo end i tush, was not offildo when tho ball struck his I knee, for tho reason that tho ball had previous- t ly graced Hudson's leg as tho latter ran for- g ward. Mr. Uould ruled rightly enough that he, r as rofcree, had nothing to do with ollsldo piny orcr which there has been considerable crltt- I clam, but tho question was not ono of offsldo h play. It resolvod Itself Into tho slnglo point of - 'possession,' and of this tbo referee, was eolo I ludgc." v The play which has caused so much talk oc- " curred this way; With tho teams lln&l up on u- Yalo's 45-yard line, McDrlclo, Yale's full back, i punted, 'tho ball called over tho heads of nil of the players, aud when It struck Uio ground , tho only Indian between tho ball and tho goal . line was Hudson. Tho latter. Instead of run fnlnfe forward, as Sir. Wrcnn declares, ran back- Ward, at tho sumo tltno permitting tbo bull to 1 roll past Carllslo's 'JO-yard line. At thut point '. Slocovltib, tho Yalo end, who was coming , down tho Meld at n great rate, overran tho ball, which struck htm on tho leg and thon bounded quickly to Hudson. Moiovltch was nil side, according to such ex- pert na Frank Mono of Princeton and llert 'Voters of Ilurrard, who saw tho play as Thk BL'N ninn saw It. ilefcrce Uould In tho pres ence of half a dozen witnesses admitted Imme diately after this play bad occurred that ho did not sio It, and from Umpire Wrenn'a state .tucnt of tho play ho uould not havo seen it cither. Frank Morso has this to say of the " plar: "Slevcovltch una oIT side, and when the ball hit lilm Uio refereo or umpire, whichever ."saw tho play, should have' declared tho bull ilovvri Wrhcrc Uio otl-sldo play occurred. It ws tho Indians' ball by right on tiiolr twent -yard line, aud it was a slmmo that the officials did not sou It In that light," Oilman C'oliamore, tho ex-Han ard player, who saw tho game, said: "dlocoTitch was off Jilo. and tho ball really belonged to tho In dium. Tho refereo should havo followed tho i "progress" 0f tho hall, as required of him by tho rule, after it was punted by McBrldo. Had ' ho dono so, ho could not havo failed to see Slo- ,' covltch's off slilu play, in whtf h cose he would ; hau been able to call tbo attention of tho urn- pJro to it or take tho authority upon; himself." An cx-IIan anl coach, who is now living in tbo city, snid: "I read ltcforeo Gould's letter In TllK Sujj I today, and 1 was surprised oxer somo of his statements. A refcreu is really in charge of I etTairs on tho field, and it has always been his I duty to follow every inurement of the ball. If, In doing this, he should oeo u flagrant case of off aido piny, would It be his duty to overlook it simply bciHuso it vvus not under his 'jurisdic tion i If bo, then tho rules should bo chnuged o that both refereo and umpire will havo power torulo on any points thut they may see. Tho statement that Yalo may not play nn other foothill game in this cit) because of ui ; loged unfair treatment received by tho team f- from tho crowd last .Saturday, is ratnor surpris- lng. it Is truo that tho majority of tho crowd "' aympathlrtd and rooted for tho Indians, but f ule ret civ est duo credit for all good plays and Sf nlso cheers for the great braia In the last half, when Uii Illuu plncrs carried tho ball bovunt) jnrds without losing it. Whatever uncom phmcntarj remarks were mudo by specta tors were not aimed at tho Yalo plncrs. Tho "1 ale men pla etl in the most sportsmanlike maimer, and made rauuj friends uj their excel- Kut U.ha lor. iv There is considerable controversy this season I over tho disposition of the ball after It has Ixi'n sent across the goal lino direct from tho kick off, ltulo 17, which should be amended to cover c this point, reads: V t the kick off. If the ball (to out of bounds before $ it Is touched bv ai opuonent. It shall be brought back ,. and kicked on attain. If It be kicked out of tunla a fN s-cou.l time It shall ko as a kl k off to the opponents f If either side thut forfeit the ball In Ice, it ihull o ai I; first down at theceutruor thenelatothclropisjnenu. W, Whenever tho ball is kicked directly over tho ft goal lino it is really out of bounds, although J- strictly speaking it Is "in touch." The big i. elevens lire uniting-the pluy In two ways. They 6 either let tho team into whose territory tho i- ball has been khked bring tho boil out to the r- '.'." yard line for a free kick, or tbty let the ! either team kick over again as if the ball had J. tone out of bounds or over the sido lines. There thould bo u dclinito ruling on the point, all ex t perts biij. Hurr Mcintosh oOlcintcd as umpire In tho re ctnt linn aid-West l'olnt game, and enforced f the rules so btriillj that he had an interesting l, eueimnter with an army olll cr on tbo side lines. h 'the; latter has a Lieutenant, and was so ex- v ited thut he was running up and down, coach- K ing tho t adits and incidentally subjecting tha Si oiticials to aierso criticism. Finally Mo- ? liito-h ordered the Lieutenant to cease his per- I formanie. and when the latter refused, liun Iunoted ltulo 111, to tho effect that tho umpire must not permit coaching, and if tho offender refu-es to couiplj with the rule, ho must bo ixmmril from the Held, 'lhen the Lieutenant subsided, aud Mcintosh was king of the roost. The football season of the New York Inter cbulastio A. A. was openod at Berkeley Oval jcaterday afternoon with a game between Derkelej School and Do La Salle Institute It vtusustrugglo for honors In the tint section, and Berkeley won by 11 to 0. Both teams had ,. b large number of admirers In the held, who wera f well supplied with horns and whistles. As Is I usually the case, these lads overrun the field and made good football ploying an Impossible i1, task. The game hud to bo stopped several limes J- so that tho gridiron could be cleared. Ihe . crowd wasoneof the largest oter assembled to 'p witness a scholastic football contest. t 'I ho gume began at 3.30 o'clock. Berkeley g had tho ball and kicked off to Uonder, who .' made a run of forty-live tarda before he was fc uowned. I)e La Salle's backs were sont through C the lino nud around the ends, and soon Ihe ball was on Berkeley's ten-yard line. The latter C, then braetxl up and held Do La Salle for four r downs, 'through ruuiarkaDly rlno work by fOranbcry, Hunting, and Forney, lierkeloy worked the ball back to tho centre of the field. v Do 1 m Salle Beeuicd to go all to plccos at this stue. and t ho team lost about twent -live ards ' fornrt-sldo plu). Berkeloj then began a vigor- L our onslaught un the Do 1-a. hallo Hue. mid in no J' time Urunberr was sent around left eud for a j touch own. lluntingtou kicked goal. Do Ia IK ballo kicked otcrtbc lino twice on tho next line- it tip. and tho ball went to tho Berkeloj lies, who i kickod to Do La Sallo's tweut)-tle-)ard line. !C Ilerkclc) made no attempt to udtancothe bull, if but slliipl bud it passed to Huntington, who, on IS beautiful drop kick, holstid the ball oterthe ;; uurlghts foragoul. The half soon ended after '8. this, tho score being 11 toOlu f.uorof Derkclii). it '1 he Do La Salle plajers were greatly refreshed ;r; in tho second half, and with tho oxception of n i few minutes before lime was tailed held tho hall I? In Berkeley's lerrltorj throughout, liv repeated f, mass plays Uonder was sent through for a f touchdown, and ho also kicked goal. No further curing was done. There was considerable wrangling otcrtlie decision of tho rofcreo when ; hognto the hall tollirkele) School to kick off alter Do La Hullo Institute klckidovoi tho line twice, in I ho setoud half A. Bo)csen was in jured and had to bo assisted from the Held. He rouppcarod on tho sido lino a short tluio after- nuiu, 11U llliu-upi Bf'M'V iefiooj. t((on,. Dt La SalU Intl. Wilbur leftmd Oocdor ,' Ollion left tukle. ,j ""m"" '"'" Iftnuard ..:.."." ...Itlriar I Ueebe t'eutro Kuddy Si Tbomai night guard., j iu,rphJ 1-otler . lllght tackle .'. "'oiRrJeJ , A lloyewn ... I ,,, u. , ' t 11 Uoytaeu . Quarterba.k ... . Utimerer Orautery... . Uft halt back Brcnuao k Foroey ,. Hlicht hulf back . OMncr f Huntington lull back ... Stoni f Touchdownt-drauberi. (louder. Coals from touch- tlowni-IJuutliiKtoii, (loudi r, iioaU from n.-M-lluu- f !!?.'"". 't''ree-H. D. Iirowue Triuily Umpire w. I'acl, Cutler. I luenueu It O, Johnton aud V K IlaranaKh, liarnanl rime Halves of H6 and VUuUa- ut rrpectlrly, I, . Kastov, Oct. I!fl.-Freshman Snyder, a Li- p fuyetloiootballplaer, wua to da put off the R team for breaking training. It happened that B the facility ulso had a grievance aguiust Snyder w, and he wua dismissed. Snyder's powers ns a t football plaerwero not known until after ho f came to Lifa)elle, Ho ivaa disappointed be- tnuso bo wns nut placed on the elettn right i i awuy and has been aurl In consequence lie was an enigma to thootheriiicn. He wns trained S to take the tilaco of Walbrldge and appeared I liroinlslng. What prompted him to louvo off J training and nt the same time break well-known f collogo rules Is not known. Lufuj etto Is tonsldernhlt dlkturbed because of tho billet thut sumo ono gu (i her signals to the Unit crsltj of l'oniisi It nnla men all during lust , Hilurduj's game. Not a pla) w as trlod by Li- Inj otto nut a I'lnnsjlvaniun wusriblit nt tho ir ery s;ot lo laiklo the runner ctleulvcl). It Is ; : claimed that this would nut bate been so unl- l a fornily thoc.isu if Lifnjcttc's signals had not 1 ' been betruyed, i ' ritlscr.iON.Oct, l!0. The't.irslty men took a 1 ; mo t dlseoiirigin-sliiuii in their prnellco work I tills afternoon. 'Ihe 'scrubs ' oiitulujcd IImiii J.JS at o try point, anil scored a touchdonn with l',1 g" 'I. while the first cloven could not get ncur :S enough lo tho "m nibs' " goal lino touiako the it fauioexcltliif. There wcrou lurgo number uf r nin--'- '- -- - fumble jBada by tho Varsity backs, which dli eouraged the linemen. Aa a result the entire team WSH 11! to Pltcef- ,CP.t. Cochran waa disnuted with the 7rslty' plajinir. and despite the obJeetlonsotTralnerJIcMastert, ho pulled off his sweater and lumpod Into the gamo at rlgf t end. Booth played a miserable gamo at centre. He Is the weakest man on tho team. Kdwards received a -trial at tho place, and nlthough ho never played contro before ho proved to be n big Improvement on Booth. Armstrong wns taken out of the gamy with a twisted kneo, and Tlleson, right guard on the "serins," was knot ked completely out by an accidental blow on tho hood. The management is much alarmed at the team's weak showing, and has sent out a hurry Sail for more coaches. Anotlicr.iAiiao of worrlmcnt for tho management is tl'ulack of interest shown by tho undergraduates. At to-days practice there were less than 11M) stu dents present. It Is probabto that n mass moot Ingot the four classes will bo called this week to awako the dormant enthusiasm and rneour ago the men In their work. Tomorrow after noon the Tlgors will line up against tho Eliza beth A. C. team on tho 'varsity field. New Havev, Oot. 20. Yale's football coach ers are trying more new moves In their sehemii for strengthening the team. To-day Chamber Un was taken from end nnd tried at tackle, his first experience there. Ho will probablt be a fixture. As Cant. Jim ltodgers will play tho othertackle.lt looks as If other arrangements would have to be made for Chadw ick, McOoc, Allen, and some of the other tlno material for thos positions. Allen, tbo 'varsity oarsman, did flno work at centre to-day. McQee is likely to be placed nt guard, while Chadnlck is gen erally thought to be out of the raco. Foster Sanford, tho old Cornell coach, kept up his good work for tho second olevon to day. Under his guidance they ripped up tho 'varsity line nnd scored again. Sanford has Invented u new kind of a mass formation that never misses flro. It Is a compact wedgokindota play which Is good for from five to ten yards at a plungo. Urectiwny, tho basoball pitcher, went over to tho 'varsity to-day as end, nnd his good work mny keep him thore. Do Saulles, radvvaladcr, anil Brown were all lnld up. Sullivan played quarter. Coach Hcffelflngor nnd Marshall guards, whllo Ullmnre and torn In did the half back work neatly. Durston, who has been doing flnrlvns full back, will not bo allowed to play until ho clears himself of a facult condition, which will probably not bo a erj long time. CtMnmnaK,Oct. 2(1. Tho freshmen sprang a surprise on the 'varsity team and coaches this afternoon when tho) not only scored, but did not permit the 'varsity to make a point. Tho two elevens llnod up foronoilftoen uilnuto half. Tho 'varsity wns made up largely of substitutes and waa further handicapped h) the poor plav lng of Brown at full buck, Burden plajedln plnco of Doucette at centre, and Haskell took Bouve's plate at left guurd, tho latter being un the Injured list. Tbo lino iiuntlng of Full Buck Held was tho causo of the freshmen gains. Before tho line up against tho freshmen the 'varsity and second olovens enjoyed a lively gam, In which tho 'varsity scored throo touchdowns. Haskell put up n greet game at left guard. Mnulton was out onco more, and was in good form. Warren plnicd n pretty gamo at full Imk. Bull of the 'varsltj crew- was tried at the left half, and did very well despite his Inexperience. Jim Parkins, ivnothor 'c.irsltj craw man, watched tho game from the sido lines. Ho was on crutches yesterrlaj, owing to a sprained ankle. Practice this afternoon wns qultn spirited. Wrtghtlngton and Miirchlo looked after the lntcrf.ro ie. whllo White, ForbeB. Emmons, Fnlrchild, IajwIs. nnd Macklo coached tho Hue. Manager Fuller sajs that no game lias been arranged for next Wednesday to take tho place of tho I). A. A. contest. To-' tootball Kerala. Princeton ts. Flltab'h A c. at Princeton Amhurst ts W ealerau at A inherit lUtta th fnlTersltr nf Maine at 1 ewhton. Ue. Stevens vs University of New York at Iloboken. Have rford a flutters at Havcrfor 1 bwartbmuru v Johns llopklus at Swartbmore, Football le. Therala a letter at thla office fori! S Mamlocka. The Cretcent football team would like to arranco Fames with teams averaging luo pounds Address Wlllliim Caihiuan, (fit Cast ItOth street St Peter'a would like lo bear from a team aver ajtlncalxHit 1V poucdt to play on Sundays or noil da)s Addres Prof Joa Kelley, 11 1 Warren street, Brooklyn Owing to cancellations tho Kensington I leld Club baa Nov (I, 11 and Uu open for 1V3 pound teams. Addreca Frank ouoKllug, 4'J Kalrvletv avenue, Jcr seyClly. N.J. The Murray Hills have Nov (land 11 open, and would like to bear front good teams offering a reason able guarantee Address Nat. C. Mron-. manaErer, Utll First avenue The Linden A C. of Yoakers hai Nor. in op-n anl would like to hear from some first olwss team averair lng about ISO pounds Address Arthur llowlaud. Yonkers. N. Y. The U est End Football Club would llkn to arrauge a fcame on election dar w 1th an out of ton u learn a eraRtng IU0 pounds and offering a suitable g-iiarautee Address A. A. MeejulUln. L'.'l Fltt) third street. Urook lyn. Tho Pan Kenio, Jrs would like to hear from teams averaging from llf lo lao p mnds. for Tuesdays or Saturdays North Meadows of Cc ulral Park preferred Address Thomas Dwyer, lbJ AYesl Eighty seventh street. The St John, Jra , would Itko to nil a few open dates with reliable teams averaging 100 pounds; out of town teams preferred. Address Master Luekey, St John College. Lewis aud Wlllougnby avenues, Drooklyn I The Grenadiers of Washington Heights averaging ISO pounds, have Nov. 14. 1, ail 1 2 open for games with teams having grounds or out of town teams paying expenses AddrcSi Frank A. Cassldy, manager, box A, Station O Titortisa Axn FAcma. Culaetle Ulna Ike Free-fer-Atl Pace at Loula vllle In rast Tlaae. Louisville, Oct. 20. Good sport was fur nished to-day at the meeting of the harness horses. Oulnettc, a bay gelding owned by James A. Murphy of Chicago, was the star per former. Ho won the free for all pace In straight heats, the last two by from three to five lengths. He tied tho track record of 2 05. mndo lost Fil day by Gentry In his match with Itobort J., and covered the last half In 1.02. This was in tbo face of a strong wind and without a horse to push him. Betting was heavy on tho race, Qulnette being tbo favorite. In tho fast mile he went to the first quarter In 0 31. tho half in 1.0.1. and won by four lengths in 2 0.. There were thirteen starters In the 2:1(1 trot. Woodford C. was the favorito against tho field at 3 to 1. In the first heat he finished Inst. Black Seth won the heat by half a length from Hans McGregor, who captured tho other heats. The 2:12 paco was unfinished. Summaries: Sits class, trotting; purse tl.000 nans McOregnr, cb. g , by Black Hawk McGregor (Taylor) 9 111 Mack Setb. blk. g (Bush) 1 y 6 Davis Wilkes, blk. s (En alt) 4 2 a 4 Josephine Pliou, ro m (l)lxon) 0 D 'i :l Avoaa, t. in. (Prince) (I 4 1 7 Bowery Belle, blk. in (Lapuam) 13 1:1 7 II WoodfordC,bg (Weeks) Ull u n Porter, b m (blck-raou) 1 Hiajl Dlrectlna, blk f. (Walker) 3 la it H Ball Pilot, blk in (Gray) 11 in H 10 Dtaekstroin. blk a. (Frailer) U rill 12 Temple Wilkes, b g (Van Meter) 10 110 a VvllbamTell, b g (West) M 7 1J dr Tlme-i!,l!14,2.iaB4, aims,, t i. Free for all class, pacing! purse !, OOO; Qulnette, b g . byOambelta Wllkaa (SlcClary) 1 1 1 Lottie Lorraine, b m. (Hutcblngs) 2 4 H IManrt. b s (Ueniarest) II 2 4 Bessie B inehlll. gr. m iDlckerson) f 'J Heir at Law, blk a (Germ ft a n Fbeuol. gr. m. (Canarlhun) 4 Odr. Psarl Outran!, b m (Hpears) dls. Tlme-2.(i7-j. I US, V:054. Merchants' Stakes, 2:12 claaa. pacing, purse 11,000 i unfinished): ,ady Nottingham, br. m , by Nottingham (Mil ler) nil Olles Hays, l. g (West) 1 :i 4 Dann.ba (Mclaughlin) 2 2 2 Javellne, h m (Walker) II 4 11 Woodford Jay. b, g (hhlpp) 4 (1 0 Cadet.ch g (McCarthy) 0 D o pine Wood Boy, br g itiaunders) dls. , Time 2:08, 2. Of, 2 UB4. Star Willies and Wlnflald lis Vroat at Com. blaallen I'arfa. BotTOv, Oct, 29 The tide came over the hack stretch at Combination Park to-day ami po(poned the racing until B o clock F.ton ami Cornell iro the favorites lathe :1U paee, but It was won by a rank outsider, Htar Wilkes WluHeld won tho 2,111 pace In straight heats easily. Summaries: 2itw class, pacing: purse 1300; Rtsr Wilkes, b. g , by Tennessee Wilkes (Darlanil) 2 1 1 1 Flton. b g (Dore) 12 2 2 LbarlleO.blk.g (MUller) 8 4 II Corbett, eh g (Ball) 1 4 a 4 Tlnie-s.lUKi. 2il(!, UilOSi, t:17C. 8:13 class, pacing! purse J0(i Wliincl'l, br. g , by Mambrlno Harold Maggie H, by spartan, Ji, (Gaeter) , , 111 Bam Hill, Jr. blk. a (Dodge) 2 2 2 Anule Bhedd, h m. (llnweii) a 4 II Trio b. III. (Mies) S 8 4 ltandom.gr g (Howler) 4 0 a Diversion, b 111. (Trout) ,. 0 6 6 Tlme-.'.laCj, IM.V4, 2,14-j. Hell tiate kua Club Shoot. The regular monthly shoot of tho Hell Gate Gun Club at Dexter Park yesterday was well atteuded, and the participants enjoyed a good afternoon's sport. The club shoots under the point system, in mo 1 lasses, at 30 and SM yards rise. The scores follow 1 1. Doelnlk, 00 yards. 7 points, B, O Norvak, no yards, 7 I oluls, 7l J S. blleht, 2H yards, OLj puinu, s: Heanian, 21 ards, U points, 7; J HIiniiieM ath, kn yard, oCj poiuls lit J Neuuiau, 20 yards, 4c points, ft 1 A K nodi I, 2!l yards, 4 c, jhiIiiu. (it y Tnuhel, 2H yurds, 7 points, M, c bchaefer, ktl yard, 1 isduis, 2; C Laug, Ui yards, 6 puluw, ft; 1 wlgger.-.'S yard, 4 innnts, 3. C Weber, it rails, il points, 7i H loerster, SH jards, 11 points, 7, V. I'ayntvr, 2h yards, 7 pululi, 7i Oil J II Vos, 2Hyarls, 7 potntt. Hi It Itenan, 21 janls "iCj points, 0, Wm lauds, 2N yards 7 points, 7; 1'.. Mrlr J Sards, H u ms D; F Petersen, in yards.&c, ,lui, I J Kessler, 2H yards, b oluts, U, I. T Muencli, -i Jards, 11 points, 6, 1'. IVoelfrl YH yards, 11 points nt Kreeb, 2H yanll, QKi points, N; L. Btelrel, 2l tarda ftpulnts.Hi F W Hlchter, in yards 44 points, , 11 Marquartt, 2 yanls, 4 poluta, 4iC Itacwustelu. 2S ) ards, 3 inilcii, , U. II bmlth, 2 yards, ti points, II, in .1 1 1 ,i.... 'f j. ljtiiSV 1 .. PLAUDITS C1IAM.PAGNE. nixirAn'B soy ticks ur tas rovsvs asp trixs j.y tub xvd. Isethlng la Ihe Hare Able t. Ilnrry Illm- Itasy lrlory ror Trolley-llooit Times rar rorms apiendldlJ.bullallealeaaaalClalmeal by II. T, (Jrinia -dumber Worker ArrMletl, John K. Maddcn's colt Plaudit, by Hlmyar out of Importod Clndorclla, proved at Morrla Park yesterday that ho Is a worthy stable companion of tho mighty Hamburg by picking up 125 liounds and winning tho Champagne Stakes handily, Plaudit conceded large lump of wolghttonllof his competitors and beat them w llh cxccodlng case. As hohas also won over a dr) track jostcrday'a coursowas fetlock deep In mud- ho hss demonstrated that his owner need worry nono about the condition of the course when tho most valuablo of his engage ruontHin 1BP8 fall due. Jamos Qalway's chest nut gelding Indian, by Mndcn out of Morel, w as second, and K. J. Ilnldwln's bay colt San Ve nado, by Cliveden out of Orange laf,was third. The second Btnko ov cnt on tho card, tho Wood burn Selling, for three-year-old fillies, was only n gullop for tho favorito, Trolley, from tho stablo of Eostin & Wrable. Plaudit was favorite for tho Chsmpngno nt 0 to I), Hampden nt 4 to 1 being tha m Bt strongly supported of tho others, Flax Spinner, Lydlan, nnd Hlticawa) following In tho order named, whllo tho outsider was Lady Disdain at 00 to 1, I.ydinn, very quick to move, was first away at tho start, whllo lllticaway was last. San An tonio chased tho chestnut gelding to tb turn, where I.ady Disdain. Plaudit, and Flax Spinner moved up nnd showed prominently. Martin used poor judgment with Flax Spinner, for In tho run to tbo stretch ho persistently clung to tho outsldo, and was thut carrl d very wldo. This pormittod Plaudit to slip through, and directly tho field squared away for home the favorito challenged Snn Antonio. Hampden and Lady Disdain got into somo sort of a tnnglo on tho turn, and tho lntt-r dronped back sev eral lengths nnd out of tha contest, Williams nursed Plaudit prottllj until tho last sixteenth polo wns reached, nud then, cutting loose, carno right on about his btiRln-ss. Ho kept a shnrn lookout on either aldo for danger, but Lydlan was doing bis best nnd San Antonio wua tiring very rapidly. 1 ho race wta Plaudit's oasily. a length separating him from Lyrilnn as tho wire was pnssod. ran Antonio, under tho whip, lasttd long enough to boat Harupdtn a noso for third mono). In another stildo the son of Han over would havo gained thirl place by a neck. Flax "uliincr covered loo much ground to win. Trolley was an odds on fnvorltofortho Wood burn btakes, and she sliupl) plnyod with her two opponents. Lady Mitchell nnd La Fontera. Lady Mltchol! could not run much In the mud, ana w bile sho grcntly outclakses La Fontera In dry going, Williams had to uo both whip nnd spur to head the Baldwin representative in the fast furlong. Trolley slipped on tho upper turn nnd almost fell. A ten bed lot of maidens started In tho open ing dash ov or the Inst slxandahalf furlongs of tho Withers course. Humorist was mido favor ito at 8 to 5, hut the Ironv nf the situation when maidens three jenrs old and upward conio together was shown when tho 00 to 1 shot Mnster James, tho absolute outsider of tho lnrt),and against v boso chances ns much ns 100 to 1 vw8 laid, won in a gallon. Hurry I'p and Zorrnio both looked dangerous In tho stretch, but when Ncume) 1 r sent Master James along the race wns orcr. Hurr) I'ovvas second BiidFeltchc third. The good thing. Humorist, wnsn t prominent nt any point. Scotch Plaid and Philip wero about equal favorites for tho mile dish for two ) ear-olds. Tho former won, while Philip was absolutely last all the vwy. Warrcnton made the early running, but had to givo w av to Scotch Plaid In tho stretch, thu gelding finishing with all of tho resoluteness for which tho Midlothian are know n, nnd he tie it Wnrrenton a good neck and shoulders, maimers, last uwa), eamo through In tho stretch nnd finished n fair third. Cla) ton was lined 50 for running through tho barrier with Wnrrenton, Good Times was much tho best horse in tho selling raco at n mile, for which Dolando was favorito al 5 to 4 on; but being vcrv slow to get under vvav ho had to makn up n gap of ten lengths, and was then only beaten bv a nose. Dolando took tho lead at the hc.iduf tho stretch, but Good Times came up vcrv fast, nnd collar ing the four-) enr old. had him beaten a sixteenth from homo. The oirort at tho start, how over, told on Good Times, nnd, tiring In the lltinl strides. Sims, by n grand p ece of ridinir, was en abled to win by ahead with the favorite. Hos slfer was a no r third, with the others beaten oIT. 11. T. Grlflln, tho owner of Kaiser Ludwltr, claimed Good Times, under the rule, for l.SSO. For tho concluding events tho favorito at even money was Howard Mann, Peal closing a warm si c und choice. How ard Mann w as inclined to be uglv nt the post, nnd swerved once just as Mr. Pettingill was about to lower his flag. The favorito finally got tho beet and Volley the worst of the send-off. Tarnl waited In front with Mann, and when McCafTerty challenged with Peat in the stretch had onough speed left to stall ofl the Jim Gore gelding and win by a lenvth. Lobengula boat Volley a short head in a whipping tlnlsh. For some time past there havo been systematic attempts to bent the la) ere of odds by the use of false numbers. Itobert Plnkerton yesterday ar rested Louis Hi (lord and William Jones and had them taken to West Chester. They will bo ar raigned nt lfirl hstreot and Third avonua this morning, bumuiurlus follow: FIB9T ItACE. For maiden three year olds and upward, by sub scription of 1 10 each, with ItlOU added, of which SI 00 to the seeoud and f 50 to the third, last six and a half f urlorgs of the VV Itbers mile B Kerb s h h Master James, 4, by The Bard Rou lette, 1 Ifl (Neumeyer) 1 J F Maddeusch. g Hurry Up. !l. 107 (0'I.eary). .. 2 Butlrr&Co'sb 111 lellche, 4, 112(Doggett) II Anson I , X Hay, Zorrazo. Humorist, Astral, Fair Itebel, Fsherdow n, and Flossie b also ran Time, 1 26 Betting Against Humorist, H toft, Anson L. 4 to 1; X llav, 1 to 1, hair Itebel and Hurry Up. each to 1 , Astral, lftto 1, haberdown, Zorraso, aud Fellcbe, each 20 to 1, Hosilo M , 20 to I ; Master James, 60 tol. SECOND ItACE. Handicap for two-year olds, by subscription of 910 each, with f DUO adMi-d, of which 1100 to second and 50 to third 1 II10 withers mile Oneck Btableab g. .Scotch Plaid, br Midlothian Mottle. 121 (Doggett) . . 1 W. Oliver's b c VVarrenton, llu (Clayton) ,2 It s ltose'seh e Chalmers, HI (It. Williams) 3 Mont d Or, Maximo Gomes, Homelike, and Philip also ran. Time, 1:40V,. Betting Against Scotch Plaid. S to 1 . Philip, fie, to 1: Warrenton, s to 1, Mont d'Or. Chalmers, and Homelike, each ti to I ; Mailroo domes. 1ft to 1. THIltD HACK. The Woolburn Stakes and selling, for fillies three years old, entrance SID each, tothe winner $1, 200, to these ilsUUO and to tho third 1100, last seven furlongs of the VV Ithers mile; yustln A I.arrable'a b f. Trolley, by Imp Marten- litirat May II . Ill (Clayton) . . .1 Jefferson Stable's b t. Lady Jeffersou, 110 (lc. Williams) ... ... 1 E. J. Baldwin's cb. f. I a Fontera. Jot (II. Martin).... a Time, 1-30. Betting Two to I on Trolley; cgatnst Lady Mitch ell, 2 to 1 ; I.a Fontera, 30 to 1. FOCIITH JtACE. The Champagne Btakes. for two year olds; pursa I'l.dOO.t" the winner t i 409, to the aecond $100, and to the third f Jou, last seven furlongs of the Withers mile: J. K Madden s br. c Plaudit, by Hlmyar Imp. Cin derella. 12ft (It. Williams) 1 James Uatway'a ch. g. Lydlau, 100, carried 110 (hlius) , 9 1'.. J Baldwin's b c.Han Antonio, 112 (Irving) . .3 Blueaway, Hampden, Lady Disdain, and Flax Spin ner also ran. Time, 1.31"s. Betting Against Plaudit, etoft; nampden, 4 to It Flax hplnner, ft lo I; Lydlan. a to 1; Blueaway, 7 to 1 , Ban Antoulo, 12 to 1 1 Lady Disdain, 00 to 1. rlKTH RACE. Selling, for three year olds and upward, non win ners at any time of (1,200; SHOD added, of wlileh SlftiitoBc-iond and ISO to third: tho W Itbers mllei T. Welsh's b g Dolando, 4, by Powhatan Bar- blche. 110 (Sims) 1 P.Dunue'sb e. Hood Times, II, 11H (11 Williams),. 2 eleorge J Johnson's ch c, Koeslfer. 3, 07 (Maher) II (iov. Muclian, Waterman, W. II., Kaiser Ludwlg, i rlrmlshtp, und Hubert Bonner also ran. Time, 1.14V Betting rive lo 4 on Dolandoi against Good Times, B MS, kaiser 1 udwlg, 15 to 1, W 11 un I Gov. hhee han, eai h 4U In 1 1 Itobert Bonner, no to 1 ; Waterman, Friendship, and Honlfer, each 00 to I, HIXTII HACK. Handicap for three-year olda and upward: by sub scription of S10 each, with g'loo added, or which fl2Mo the second and 175 to third: one mile and a furlong over the Withers course Itov Carruthers a b ti Howard 31ann, 4, by Duke of Montrose Seamuw, 121 (Taral) , .... 1 J J Mce'attirty's b g Peat, 4, 121 iMcOafTerty).... a G. 11. Morris's b b Lobengula, 4, 10J (Bergeu) u Challenger, Volley, and Joe Miller also ran. Time, 1 SO. Betting tgalnat Howard Mann, even money t Peat, 2CU) 1 , 1'liullruje-r. U to l.Lubeugula, H to It Volley, 11' to 1; Joo Mllkr, 5U to 1. X nt 1 eh run 31 Oil It IS PA It K. An Inlereatlog Programme Tor the flecoatf Kilra Day. The second extra day's sport at Morris Pork shnuldibe abovu tho ordinary, us nil six of the races framed by thu horsemen havo filled very well, '1 ho feature Is tho htndicap nt a mile nnd tliiee-xtcciiths over the hill, fo- which thee are eight nominations, Including Sir Walter, '1 ho vViunci, Peat, Diitili ftkutei. liernnrdlllo, ami other good onus. '1 ho entries In full follow ; Ilit Huce For niildcii two) ear-olds, at seven luiinds below the scale, -I ) 'J added, last rlvo fur Ioiias of (ho Lelli so course hnngn re 1 13, Tho Cad . lis Arlurstor lis VVastcful , IIS 1'rlucess lulls l'iCrnyon , 112 Senator Mi earn 11 11 BvronCrost ,, 112 Tuumoii 111 1 llu Dal) 1U llliialdo . lift Maldof Erin 112 larujuols llSl.uMaroma 11J S.iouil lUo. lor horses, three years old aad over, THE m hi Wearers of the "Regal 'dmKWk Shoe" proclaim their -- jtfjk popularity. FactsSllJ 111 f Ik .speak louder than words and Urfk f m are more convincing. "Regal vWkg fl Shoes " are better for the Jli til M money than any shoe on the Kmh$ $ m Gem jfSi m Cork 5oIe. fefe IT An Ideal Winter Shoe with sole lifiujff fi tm. impervious to dampness. AsJ2 Ju 'J$stt Straight last, slightly rounded o 'Wm toe. Made in BEST BLACK ftp " r ffSIl L. C. BLISS & CO. ilTOorr i$jmm 1 15-1 17 Nassau St., New York. Wt " OWsW 1347 Broadway. New York. J' "LwSWM 391 Droadwa) , .New 1 ork. ftl i&WaMr JS7 Fulton St., l)rookl)n. Re& y$$l3rj9&r Providence. Cleveland. 'tiifoiyJMV flV &1fa Brooklyn.' ChlcSio". Wm.V iJ0 t&M&llW&M Philadelphia. Denver. llissr KSx Washlncton. Utlca, isi. Y. T&SL&!&Ky iffl Per Walla Val"la,'Vash. T&22$Kr pgg? alr FACToav, Whitman, U. S. A. that have not won a ra'e In lHU7,sel!lug allowances, 400 added, the Withers mile (Iov Rheehan 112(ieorgeII Ketchum .. OS Halning .... 112 Ztrslla . UI Ualgretti ... IluTeu-ot 01 BonAml 10J sqimn . ol Klnvarra HU ( o-m ntlou .. hll Judge Balcer 1U0 ltcd spider. .. , b4 Bastion . I'" Third Hace Korlhn e your olds, selling allow ane-at SUO added, ono mile and a sixteenth o or the hill Brawlal .... 1 U Itobert II inner. . nil Ben HoualJ ... HHi I. II . . 10J Debrlde. .. 10U Hrcmo ... . lot Tltnour. IUJi Fourth Hace l-or two-year olds thut hace not won more than one race, selling altuunuet s, $S00 added, last five furlongs of the l.cllpse course UalaDay .... 1 1(1 Tlnl ler . .101 Hanteusdn .... 112 Decanter 100 .NsutihCIrl ... KlulUlrilu loo SlrUawsIn , lilt Vloi.yrr .... OS VVhlstllmrc ou 1U-- Ileltusil it- tin 8euator McCurrcu lilt 1 rime u kland us (Ivpcelver lmt Bsli'iea lis Black Dude lullsl) hley . OS Laurel Leal lOJil'rllicess ludla ti", Fifth Haee A haudlcap for hursts three vi srs old aud over gtuoudded, one mile and three sixteenths over the hull Mr Wa'ter 12(1 Dutch Skiter 111 TheWinner WJ semper 1 m) . I0U Peat l.'l lliilurtllllu . lilt BenFdei .120KlniT . 104 blxth Hace lllghw eight Handicap, for hors s of all agesSTOO added, the Fe llni-e course. Kbodesla 12nismlent . 112 Cavalero .. . liii Hraw lad ., in Trrmariio , ,, 12J Sell) CI UOt. . Mil Premier ...... 12' Huimcll 10J Hoyal Kosu ll,l Itacliia at Lalonln. Ciscissiii. Oct 20 Next Saturday will are the closo of l.atoula's fall meeting, as It will di.e all racing hereabout for this j ear An effort wss male to have the running races at I exlngton pclsimd Tor a week, that Latonla's successful 11 eetlug mlhht con llnue that much long r. but wlttout uvull Iexlug tons refusal t, cumo to terms will result In something akin to a boycott apparent!) being Inaugurated rgalnst thut track, which Is now owned by Col Charli s (Ire en of M I ouls Even the Iaulemans of Icxlu,tnn wilt t ..t U, at the meeting there but will mul.e lsiok ' Instead at Hob) Col V I Aiilr.ati ofloul'vllli wl o owns a controlling Interest In tho I utonla caVIt, and Louisville tracks, and Is the most exit u.lve snd successful tsiokmaker In the West, will also m e on to the Ilohy track from he-re. iHtilng "on the line " there next Monday er large nel is nud fair sport msrked the racing toelnv tummar) Urst Haee He rurlongs Melter. IDS tMatheecsl. fl to 1, won, Tuuulam IIS clteliTl, ceeli sesoud, Bathlehem htar, 0i Olurra) , 40 to 1. third. Time, 1 031. Second Haeslx furlongs -Miss Hoss, 101 Mur rajMStoU.wou Moiulis, vw (Chcuualti, JO to 1 sec ond. Cecil, 107 i.Sutt). 4 to 1 third Time. 1 llie, Third Mace One mile aud seventy ) ards I ills, 07 (Dupee), 0 to i, won, 1'riMccutor, HIS iMathvecM, 1 to 2, secemd.IUliara, U7(Nutt, sto 1, third Time. 1-4H Fourth Haee Handicap, one mile and a sixteenth. Uu Bramble. 1 12 O'erklnsi, s to S. won, Madeline, 104 (Conley), 2 to 1, se-coud. Imp hkate, 11 J (.Wll Hams), 7 to 5, third Tllut.l I7s Fifth Race-Six furlongs -BrlchlleS , ins K'onlev), S to 1, won: Caddie ( . lelll (VMlllsms), it 10 l.srcondl Arcturus, 10.1 illretton , ilto 1, third Time, liinc, Hlxth Haee flx furlongs I acelnake r, 107 1(011 ley), N toS, won, Carrie Lyle, 1UJ (V. IIIIuiihi, 7 to ', aerondi Elsie U , 10J cMathews;, 7 to .', third. Time, 1:1SKi. JS.V OP THE MOltlllS PAIIK SALES. DrasdiitlDS and l.reat llend Hold Their Yearling Urotber lletnlned. Tho last of tho present scries of sales of thor oughbreds at Morris l'nrk was conducted In tho paddock previous to tho rates of )rstcrdav, when Auctioneer K.istou dlsnoscd of drafts from several well known stables. Illdilliur vvus only moderate, but fair prices wero obtained for most of tho animals catalogued. O. II. I. Ilclmont's pair, Brand) wine nnd his brother Great llend, w ere the highest priced of tho lot, Mr. Belmont hti)lntt in tho vvcnnllnirb' oihcr to Potomac, Scliuvlklll, Chesapeake, Brandy vvlno.anddreatllond at .',500. t'halinrrH, It, U Hose's Rood two-yonr old, vvns ptirchnscel hy I'at Iliinno, and ltode rinonil passed from tho nmii l ship of J. W. Itogcrs lo K llruvvii fur trl.iilHi. Neither Allto Knrley nor Old HntiRiiswiru of fered. It was stated thut the till) was Hick, but no rensonwas announced for tho 11011 appear niiro of Old Haueus.nud eousldernhludis ipiioinl ment was felt. Thu bulo jedterduy in detail follows: I'HOPEHTT OF THK KENHICO KTAIH.- Divide, ch f,!l. by Imp Hosslngton Unite, by Longfellow iV. I, 1'imirs . IB30 Aiure, b or br e,n. by l'levmi sup) hire, by m tlnn.,..l ... T..m ll. l.lllfl I k llufiou, SSA Full Spceel, b or br e , .1, b) Imp Luvego 1 Nimble, by Plevna, c I a lor 2S0 Juda, b f , 2, by Britannic Imp. Judy, by hter ling.II.II.IIunn . 600 Total for four bead, 1, Uio, average, lilt, I'llOI'EltTY OF O. II. 1', III.I.MONT. Brandywlne, eh h , B, bv Imp SI lllilse Sus eiuehauno, by liuji Leumlngtoli, J Jlreulian $1,000 Oreat Bend.ch u., b) Imp ht Blaise susejue hauna, by Imp. LesmlngtiiU, J 1 )laddtli , 2,100 Total for two heud, (2,700g averuge, tl.HSO. I'llOI'ERTV OF J. VV. HOlil HH. Rodermond, b e , 3, by Tremout Ariulel, by Bramble! F.Brown . ...11,500 ritOPEHTV OF It. I. HOIK. Chalmers, ch 0 . 2, to Luke Blackburn Lythe, by tnqulrer: P. Bunne , 11,200 pitorEHTV of Tin: nkposhet btud. Zella, b. f , 2, bv Imp. Jlediler sheyboygau. by Vlrgtli It. Wright . . . 723 I'llOI'KRTV or JAMI'S It. IcICKNI- Ilcgulator. eh c. II, by Imp ordi r Lucy W'al lace, by Balllnkeel or Wur Baiieo, I rank Mm ron $1,030 King Menellk (Imp 1. b c I, by llainj.lou Imp, Queeu of hheha, by Wisdom, It L Bar ney, 12S Oceana, ch f , 2, by imondugd Ocean (Juetu, by Imp. l'rlnee Charlie Wllllim Jennln.'s 32'i Tent l'ln, b f , 2, b) Tournament Imp I) irt Maiden, br St (latle-n, J Kn ale 32a yield Lark tlmp), 1I1 e..2,b) Imp iloldilneh Imp Musical Hem by Han dodfrcy, II II. llunn 800 Follow the Flag, b f.J by rournami nt-llluo (Irosa Belle, by W'ar Luuir SI union 100 Come Quick, h f, 2. I) Toiiriiameul Imp. on hi. by Bond or F smith ITS Total for seven heud, a.'.!"". Hicrat,i'. t'll I I'llOI'KHTV OF 101 JVCOII Ht'l'1'1 HT. Earterlld , cli c. :i, b) I i.hoii-l.aaterdu), by Hocco, J Wnrd .'.10 Tolal for twenty one lieu I, $11,125, average, t II rvva fruni Ihe llorso sorId, The racing season of the' Jcrxy I'll) Driving Club will t-nd thla week llh u Iwenluys meeiliig, lie-In iilug today, llo. club has oifered i"iin In purses, aud baa received quite a number of uutuul entries for the four elassos. C11ASIXO THE KOTTOXTA1LS. Clever ln far Hummer's Sailor In tbe llengle Trlala nt Hempstead. The nnnunl field trials of tho National Beaglo Cluh of America wero con Inusd at Hempstead, I. I., )cstcrduy under much m ro favorable wenther conditions than prevailed on Monday. 'I lie ruin of tho (ipcnliiL; nfteruoon hod given wa) to cheerful BUiishinu and a clear autumnal sky. A rather heavy wind, however, dried up the top of tho Rroiiiul rnpldl) and puzzled tho doKsnt times, ns the scent did not hold well. Tho scene of tho dn)'s opentions vvns Long man's Kami, about throe miles south of Hemp Btead village. Hero tho Irnilinc- ground was over corn nnd cnbbairo patches, and rangy stretches of lone grass with plenty of cover hnndy for tho ruh' its. Tho majority of the tr.nls wero decided In tho open to tho evident drllfht of the cnllctl onlookers. Toward oven iner. how ev r, the cotton tails secluded them selves In ele se scrub, lend the judges hud to husilocoiifcldernhl) to keep ottlciul tabs ou tho industrious lit llo bciglcs. Before u move vvns mndo to the hunting ground tho drnvvings were announced ns follows: Class A -ummer's Sailor Trick, Messenger vs Juno, bummer's H) vs Millard H . Ilarkavray vs Trv ant. ant Belles s Pilgrim I lass II Tors J vs Another. Dixie It vs Bessie, Travc ly vs 1 Innle, and Blue Belle vs stump rlieaa C Deibc Tragedv vs Another, 31a,rgle 8. w CoraT . lionl tful vs I uner, starlight vs Hark uwnr, sn 1 ltflma v s Summer s Sailor I'sek stakes !Icinstead B arle s psek. leader. Uorlst, I osliful, anil Person. S V Baldwin's pack, I sneer Another, Hocket, and Ads H IrankllnF. T Kennel s llrst pack. I.ue) S , Hlmrlcader, Belle 8 . and Plnnle, see on 1 1 ack. Hummer sly, Summer a Sailor, Maggie s anl stump. Owners and handlers wero afoot in tho morn- im: nhno-t ns promptly as the rural milkman, and readied tho selected venue in tlmo to re- I sume the futurity trials nt 7 'JO o'clock. The I first pair down worn the Franklin Field Ken- I mi's Minimer's Sailor and Magglo S. Thcv 1 trailed two rabbits in lively succession, anil dimmer's bailor elcnrlv proved his superiority. '1 h) were taken up nt 7 05 o'clock, and Doubt- fill and llarkawuy were off after a rabbit thr e minutes later. The cotton tall kept them hits) until s 40 11 clock, when they werotaken UP. with the points In favor of Doubtful. I.ineer nnd Doubtful were then tried nnd tho former won after a spirited raco of about half an hour. In which thcv started two rabbits, bummer's Sailor nnd I.ancor wero then put down for the tlnnl trial in tho class at U 30 o'clock. Sailor had tho better of fortv five min utes sharp trailing, and thu result was then summed ttu as follows- Summer's Sailor first I ancer second. Doubtful third, Ilarkaway reserved A fresh start was promptly made with tho Park Stakes ond tho Franklin Kennel's first pack was off on the trail of a rabbit at 10 35. Tho dogs did not work together very satisfac torily, and after half nu hour they guve way to Baldwin's pack. 'I Ills lot found a rabbit, and put up a capital race of thlrt)-flve minutes, packing very well. The Hempstead Beagle's pack followed with a tedious race of over nn hour. In which the dogs did not impress the Judgosvcr) favorably. The hungry sportsmen eagerly availed them selves of a lunilieon recess and Its incidental good things nt this stage, and they resinned the sport with renewed enthusiasm nt 2:30 o'clock, when the Franklin second pack was put down. Tho dogs trailed a lively rabbit in warkmunlike style, and wcio taken up utter u satisfactory race of twenty minutes. This cleari-rt the wn) for tho regular classes, nnd the first brncu in Class A were put down. Ihe) were Hempstead Benglo's Messenger and Siiminorhi t ICinnel's Juno lessengor out pointed tho other In n fifty-minute ru 0. Frank lin Kennel's nimncr'a Fl) and A. J. l'urlnton's Millard It. followed nud proved to ha nu excel lent mutch. Both worked kei nl) on the trail of nvcr) elusive cniton tail, und thero was littlo to choose b tvvecn them after a must interesting raco of half an hour. Tim trials attracted a representative gather ing of hengle breeders nnd admirers, Including such veteran follow 1 rs of the sport 11 h, .1, pjleton, New vork, llerrman F.Hehellhass. Br oklyn, llenrgeW lingers, NswVurki John Bate man, Oravesend, Bradford s lurpln, Oxford, Mass: W h Clark, I Inden Mass , orman T. Pease, Mew Vorki William Tallman I'lalulteld. N J1A.I1 lewis and (nines L Kirnoehani (leorge II Post, Jr. Ber- II irdsillle, N J , II V Baldwin. 1-ojt Orange, N J 1 Pnntr-1 1. Summers llmrudale, Pa . William saxbr, Illon.N, Y , (I Minlln Wharton lastlsllp, I. I, 11. II Post. Ilayport, ,S ) . K W' Hazlehilrst. Mng Mng, V 1 i II H Justin. Oxford, Mass . and A J. l'urlutou, W aterbury, Conn At the conclusion of the day's sport James K Kernochnn entertained n largo party of his fel low members lit his pleturcsquu couulr) resi dence 1 1111 .Muaeiovvs. At a lata hour on Monday night tha annual meeting nf the Beagle Cluh adopted tho follow-Inc.- ticket for tho ensuing )er' President, ileorgo II Po.t.Jri First Ire Presl lent, lb rrmun F fichillhaK, hisoml the Pre si lent, Jsrios W Appletoni Third Mi e President, James I . Kr.uo ehuni heeretar), O, Vliniln Wharton. Treasurer, (J. Mlrttln W hartotl. Addltloual I xecutlve Comuilttee. A Wright i'eist ()eori.o W Hogers. and John Bale man, onietal Ju lies 1 leorge B Posi.Jr.W" s ( lrk, llerrmaul s(hellhuss, James W Aj pleton (lenrgeF. Hi'id nud Bradrordh Turplu, De Irkate, llerrman F. hehrllhasi. Bale r Hie Tlelienor Iloraea. Tho special salo of carriages, saddle, and har ness, horses, tho property of Messrs, M, It, Tlelienor & Co. of Chicago, and v arlous other owners, wns hold yeslerduy nt the Amerlcuu Hnrsn Kxi Imngo. V. 1), (irund wns the auction. tcr. Following are ttouio of tho prices realized: I'HOI'I'ltTV OF M. II, 71CIII.M):, CIIICAOO. Pair eln-sinut gelling. S aud 11 5 ears. IS. I hands: J And. rsou $S00 Pair hay geldings, & und il vcirs, lit ban Is, J, 1' (llbsoii n"n 1'nlrba) gddllus. U aud 7 )car. 10 bauds, t. W (Ireiue . 400 1'alr brown cobs, Syeurs, IS I hands, J F. (lib. sou .... .. 300 Pair bay gcldlius, &andil)tars, IS 2 hands, It, Mortimer 785 Pair man audi he smut gel lings, il years, IS 1 bands, 1 II ( su.IUr . .ISO Chestnut ecldlug, S )ears, 1S3si bauds: J F (HI sou . U50 I BOI'I.IITV OF VsIIKIl'H OVVMItS. Bay mare, f, )iars. and la) geldlug, 0)ears: I sirsuss , . $350 l'nlr lit) geldings, 0 )cars IS 3 hands, A P hlv ester . 400 Fait chtsluut geldings, 0 years IShands , 315 C.osslp or Ihe lllnff. Jack Dnwney, tho Brooklyn boxer and Black (Irlffo ofi Inclutiutl sumil nrtli le s )e eterduy for a tvveul) round bunt at lulclintlghts Frank I rno of HuiTato Is eontemrlatliig a vl.lt to Hnn hraucltcn next monlb l-rnuk Impher, another Buffalo bvxer, will proballv accompany true. STEWS OP TUB WIlXELHEjr. The Membenht or the I A. XT. Has rs tha 100,000 Mark. The membership of tho L. A. W, baa passed tha 100,000 mark. During tho past week 048 new members wero enrolled, making tho total 100,777. Tin League was organized nt New port In I860 through tho Instrumentality of Kirk Monroe, the President of tho New ork lllcycle Club, and O. K. Pratt of Boston, who waa Its first President. Tho membership during tho first yoar ronched 1,(1.14. Tho lending di visions, showing tho increase of tho week, are as follows: New York 2 in, total 20, 15, Pennsylvania 75, total C3,HBB Massachusetts 0 1, total 12 lost New Jersey 25. total u,7M3i Illinois IB, total J,700i Ohio II, total 3.0H7I Wlsoonvln 10, total 2,5tisi Connecticut 11, total ,0S0 Missouri 10. total 2.Siii Michigan . total l.vsn: Maryland 31, tolal ldWsi Ithuda Island 0, total 1,033. Tbo growth of the organization Is shown by tho following table: Tear. 1 Tear. 1880 1,(154 lSsn 12.1HH 1BS1 1.7HM 1600 12,708 1882 2.131 1801 24,112 18S3 4,20'l 1MIJ 34.0111 J8H4 0.B02 lbU3 .. . II0.H8H 18SS B.I70 1H4 , ., 20.244 18811 10.20.! 1HHS 40,042 1887 11,210 18IMI 74,105 1888 11,932 1807 100,777 Howard K. Raymond of Chicago, tho ex-Chalt-man of tho U A. W. Hating Board arrlvod In town jeslerday. Talking with 'lHK 8UN ro porlor upon Leacilo mntlors, ha expressed him self as being In doubt ns to how thu olllco of tho President of tho Loaguo would bo decided at tho next olection, '1 ho lucroosod numerical strength of tho organization In tho various divisions outsldo of this rJtate, ho sa)s strengthens tho voting forces In nil sections, so that candidates for olllco must exerclso great Judg ment in their support or rejeetment of all moosttros lo lnsuro tholr succoss to olllco. In tho West, lta) mond says, tho League Is taking on n big boom, nnd tho fooling is bltong that somo of tho lenders in tho organization should hall from that sootlon. Memphis. Oct. 2(1. Tho nttndance at tbo National Circuit meo , hold on tho six-lap track nt tho Colisoum, vvns afloctod very materially by tho )cllow fever. Tho thirty professional and ono amateur rider of tbo special train have been training hero for live da8 for the botithorn Circuit, which closes tho National Circuit, Thousands of people havo watched tho iiicu in training dnll), and have soen tho track records broken again nnd ugain by Dr. Hrow n. llutler, and eight qthcr riders, yot hardly 1,000 persons saw thocoi te-Bls. Summaries: One Mile llvndleap, Professional Won by Hadfleld, 80 yards, Blunders, Boston, 123 yards, second; Yeates. Mempnls, ISO yards, third: Coleman. Boston. 40 yards fourt'i lime, 2 minutes 0 2 5 seconds, Ono Mile Opoj, Prnfessloaal Won by Nat Butler, Meriens second, Scaton third. Time, 2 minutes 10 1 B seconds. PniLADELpnu, Oct. HC Eddlo McDuffee. Boston's cruck rider, who is quartered ut tho Willow Qrovo twiek preparing for his attack on tho world's one-inilo record on Saturday, with Church and J. P. Fowler as partners, mnde an unpaced mllo in 1 minute and 11 seconds to-day. Last July Johnson, Kiser, nnd Mertcns cov ercd a mile in 1 mlnuto and 44 4-3 seconds on one of tho Western tracts. McDufTee, Church, and Fowler bad been on tho ground all afternoon waiting for tho wind to go down. About 4 o clock they camo on tho track for n practice hpln, nnd it waa suggested that a trial for tho rocord should bo made, for the wlndihad somowhat subsided. The "trip" got off to 11 flying start, and the pistol cracked just as tho front wheel touchod tha tapo Not n slip was mado during the threo circlets of tho track, and wL-en tho time was an nounced it was found that tho world'! record had been roduced 3 4,-.F seconds. BOWLIXG. Arllncteos of nroaklrn IJeatentay Two Ieal Teams. By lees than thirty plus In each game the Arllng tons of Brooklyn wero defeated by the Orchards and Oolden Hods In the American National tournament aeries at the Oermanla Assembly Hooma alleys last night. The acores. ' riasT aixz. Arlington H.Hoemermann, 107: Rempel. ISO: J, Boemerinann, Jr. 151, Maass, 184 Meyer, 165. Total Ml 7. Orchard Bullnlnkel, 105. B. F Schroeder, 141, Buebbolz, l97,bchwaekie, lOl-.Wllckena, 175 Total, tsiV 6ECOSP oxax. Arlington II llnemermaivn. 1U9, Rem pel. 202: J, Boemerinann, Jr . 15U,)Iaaa, JOS.Mejer, 14U. Total, bGtS Oolden Hod-Eek. ITO.KIeger, 173. Snyder, 175; H. Schroeder, I74,Dormagcn, 1HU. Total 022. Tiitnn OlME. Orehard-Bullwlukel. 170, B, F. Schroeder. 153, Buchholz. 1110, Schwacke, 172. W'llckens. 106. To tal. KH7 Oolden Kod-Kck. 174, Rleger. 183: Snyder. IBS, II. Schroeder, IS-', Vormagsn. 1JS. Total, B18. A few of the United BowUng clubs ars losing In terest In the tournament before the setiea Is hardly under w ay. Last night the New Tork City Schuettaa played with three men. The scores: riasT II1U. New York City ScbueUen WIIU. 135: Holl, 110; RadlotT, lis Total, 372. Fedora nitt, 148, Seger, 117; Yager. 140; DHL 103, 1'luhr, 153. Total, 001. SECOXU OXHE. New lork City Schuetien Wiltf, 88; noil, 130i Radloff, 14. Total. 37V. Jumbo .stell, UJ.Bogen, MB: Eolor, 130;P. Uott mann, 1 lb. F. lIotTmann. 100. Total, 04B. THIBD OAStZ. Fedora Witt, 131, Seger, 131; Yager. 101; Dill, 101, Huhr. 14CI. Total. (133. Jumbo Stell, 130, Bogen, 141; Eoler. 142; F. Hoffmann, 174, F. UotTmann. 145 Total, 741. The Fire Insurance League tournament waa contin ued at the Uansevoort alleys last night, the Uerraan American team winning three games. The scores: F1ICST oami. Niagara Insurance Company Barley. 156, Essel mont, 1JJ. Traver, 124, Wlllard, 118; Cook, 172. Total. 708 Oerman American Inaurance Company Schopn. 140, Phillips, 134: Van Derroort. 212; liulte, 134i ltyer, lid Total, 733 SXCOn OXHE. Niagara Inaurance Company Barley, 144: Basel moot. 151, Traver, ISO, Wlllard, 123; Cook, 134. Total, 702 Uerman American Insurance Company Sobopp. 100, 1'hllUps ISO; ran Dervoort, 141; liuUe. lb&; ltyer, 128. Total, 802. TIIIBD OAVX. Niagara Insuranca Company Barley. IfiBi Easel mont, 110; Traver, 102, Wlllard, 131; Cook. 188, Total, 016. Herman American Insurar.ee Company Sohopp. II61 Phillips. 161, Van Dervoort, 120; UuU. ISO ltyer, I S3. Total, 683. ' The Fmplrea of this city played their Initial games last night in Scnaffer's Brooklyn tournament. The acores. rnurr aim. Aiirora-WIHIams. 182, A. Wick. 140: Miller, lie, P Wli'k, IBS, F.hlcr, 157. Total. 78U. ' Corinthlun-HInt, 107; Hplller 127; Oxley, 133; nolt, 110, LkelLolT, 151. Total. 702. srcoxD OAMC. Corinthian Flint, lclj, hplller. 1B4 Oxley. 131; Holt, II l.lgellinir, 14S. Total. 709. 1 mplre Tledoman. lfl: btoff, 144: Williamson, 177, Houlihan, lui.bchaffer, 17J. Total, 823. Tamo OAXE Fmnire Tledeman, lOOi StolT, IBS; 'Wllllarason. 177, llootlhan, 28J, He haffer, 170. Total, 021, Aurora Williams, 140; A Wick, 140; Miller. 182i r. W Kk. 171 , Ehler. 1B0. Total, 745. ' ' Bushwlck Council's team scored a donhle victory last night In tho Brooklyn Hoyal Arcanum Tourna ment. The scores. rilcsT OAUE. Ilushwiek Haddon. 127; Miller. 1B2; Qulnn, 00; Kaiser, 112; Bueken. 130. Tolal, 1117. Adlroudack-floddlngs, KiJi Hamilton, 105; Bus ier, 107; VanLasen, 158. Total, 688. SICOSD OAUL Adirondack (leadings, till; namllton, liO; numphrrys, 127;Baasler, 17&. Van Essen, 121 Total. Washington Irvlng-Cordeau. 189 Campbell. t33; Shaffer, llU.Moaey, 1C1; Olsndennlng. IBS. Total. THIRD OAME. aW5bln5aOnJrT,,nilC0ra',u- Bi Camnlvell, 141; HhslTcT, U8;lloslty, 1U1; Ulendennlng, IB1. Total. Bushwlek-lIadden,,l7N Miller, 147, Qulnn, 141i Kaiser, 145; Bueken, 184. Total. 70S. sjvi-uu, i.j; IUwIIng l.amra To-silchl. lIoiIa"rfin NUon1B1ek"'. '.Inden Drove, and PolarlsYrlt RT1 Arcnum-heox Baaevolont and Metropolitan""08' SeCUa ,K,de"1' Oriental, and Brooklyn Hoyal Arcanum, Section 2-Pro Patrla. Do Long, and Fraternity. " Brooklyn Hoyal Arcanum. ub-e Witt, De Forest. di rem .'i"0t1, tt0"? Clubs of long Island. 1'rellml-nary-Logan Wbetlmeu vs Orient Wheelmen. MrJ,ai.;;!i,.llyVs"r,1",,UO,,'llOU,,h Ellp,e' Arrade-Gotham No. I. (lotham No, 3, Cyclone. Pioneer No. 1, Pioneer No. 2, and Pioneer No. 3. Suits, $10 to $25. Overcoats, $9 to $38. FaBhionnble, hip;li-p;rado clothing-all of it "Wo mako no other sort. MONF.Y BACK FOK THK AHKINO, H4MMERSL0IH BROS. Makers Wholesalers. Hetallers. BLEECKER ST., Cor. GREENE, Uldway Ufc Uroadway atb Ats. "I," Btallon. Timo io shalto thnt old snit i ,J you can woll ntrord to got anothor ut tho low pricos wo quote Wo givo you tho bouofit of our oarly purchases. "Wo havo mado no ail- i vanco ou accouutof tho now tariff or riso in pricoB. "Wo offer this wook n hnndsomo lino of vicuna thibots for coat and vest, and a suitable English Btripod trousering, suit to order $20.00. Overcoats of covort'cloths, kor soyB and meltons, linod with silk -that wo guarantoo will wear satis factorily 2 Seasons, $18.00. BusinosB suits of bluo, black jj and miiod importod cheviots, $10.00. I OUH YEAR'S ODAnNTHF. OP. VOnn MOMtT J HACKI THAT'S THE 1'llOTECTION WK OIVF. YOUI M BAMPLF.S. FA9IUOV ItEVILW, AND MKASUHLNU l OUIDE MAILED l'llEH. A' I ARNHEIM, I Broadway & 9th St " Our Only Store. r portemnu'i; Cootls. Our Foot Ball Suits (lj Qg COMPLETE AT aJMeOoJ ARE TOP NOTC1T VAIjUE. Consisting of Heavy Canvas Padded Pants, Canvas Jacket, worked eyelets, All-Wool Hose. Made at Our Own Factory, on iamo pattern sutbasutu we famish Yale, Princeton, Ac. A. 6. Spalding & Bros.ISpaldlng-BiiiT.ell Co. 12B-1B0 Nassau St I gfl, 31. 83 W. 42d St. OH. IIA.K'S nlTI,I(. ALXBVS to rent. 309 West fidtb St. jiofgrg, Carringtg, &c. FLAWBRAU & CO., 372, 374, 376 Broome St.. Just OCT Broadway. XT iQTlta lsusactloa ssnel campavrtaan of anas a unrlTallrd rxblblt r I'rlTaie Carrlssatea r Town aad Country, aamasullnsl In Isrlstr, Worm, ciaalltr. aad Vlnlsb any alack ever ahassrn. and rally STarranted, aObrcd at tha Lowest Prlcca. A 000D STOCK OF SECOND-HAND VEHICLES, ALL STYLES, LOW PRICES. She Surf. MOBRBS PARK RACES BV WKSTCHESTEH RACINU ASSOOlATlOiT Extra Day, Wednesday, Oct.2 7th. SIX RACES. WlteT HACK AT 8 1". M. Tak. 2d ar. "L " to 13Jel si auil WIIIU ar.. thraoa by bpolal Trains dlroe.t to (rack at 11.30. 1. 1:30. and k p. JI. Trolley (o track from l'.'Dth at. aad 3d ar. rim.li. rin-Y shxth. Odd. and Bad. of Bpor(. Jones. Now York Cutler School won tha Inter scholastic kejckey cbamplonshlp last season. The hockey team to represent Berkeley School will hold a meeting tbls afternoon to elect officers and or. Kanlie for tho conilnir season There are any amount ut candidates on hand who are clorer skaters, and auevessfeil season Is looke'd for. Sroohlijn gnU'trtincmcntg. ROUGH PLAY is often too much for tho very bosk of clothes. Nothing can withstand tho unbridled vigor of tho Biuail boy. V!o don't protend to make " foot-bftll suits, although wo do keop tho Bweatoi'D, btockings and underwear that are appropriate to tho sport. But if a boy, who isn't planning to upend tho day in a threshing machine, wants clothes that will wear as well aa anything can wear and that will look well besides, and fit as they ought to fit, wo can fix I him out in a few minutes and at a I very small cost. Fnlum St, cor. DeKolb Avo. I BROOKLYN. CALEB V. SMITH. Managor. 50"! JCn',rint 8uU. 7S to 10 (10 Uejri'IxititTroiiisrstiulU, 7.QUII)18.0. (