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H ' ' THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1808.
B ' CURRENT SPORTING TALK. Hr VOBXET.Z. MIOIIT bow A BIO bxo- f ziHii TAJtairr cbbw nrnr. H InTltatlen In the Winner T th Oirard. k Cambridge Contest angaraled Mate or H tt nnd rilalmmona Mined lo right Again, H4 What nana r Ike Columbia A. V. Raja. K Cornell' dilemma In not tains auccosarul in B't' n ftrrancInK n boat raco with Yale, and her cm- K forrntsmont duo to tho fact that Harvard would k) like to row nraco ulth hor at Now London, K hare prompted a stiBBcstlon mada by local row- Kt tosT mon that tho Itliocans might arrange a race Bc with tho winner of tho Oxford-Cambridge con- HNr teit to be rowed on tho Thame;, England, next Hk Slarcli. If tho winner of tho Kngltah 'varsity Hk rnco could bo induced to tend a crew to thlr H country and cotnpeto with Cornell, Columbia, H) 7nlrorslty of Pennsylvania and possibly olhor HU alights In a grand regatta at l'ouglikcopslr, It K would throw n gloom over the Yale-Harvard Hk race at New London. Oxford and Cambridge Hgf Cow tliclr raco much earlier than tho American Hfc "tmlvrrtltlca meet on tho water, but tho mem- K 'bars of the Knglisli crews contlnuo their train- K Sua and row under (ho colors of many of tho Hf noted clubs, especially at Hcnlor. Therefore f ' would bo comparutlvo'.y easy for tbo wlnnor Kfv of tho English 'vanity rnco to como to this coun- H try for a contost In Juno. As tbo Cornoll crow Hp9 St onco paid a visit to England, as a compctl- H tor in a Honloy regatta. It would seem to bo no H? Wore than fair that a ropresentntlvo English K-'C "university crow should return ibo compliment. P't iwlrrnwremonts could possibly be made, it Cor- H&'. .,Bell should invito tho Kngltslimcn to come here, Bw 'to pay tho exponscs of tho oarsmen whllo in this K 'country. An event In which the best collcgo Bk "crow of England could bo teen to advantage Kv 4n a competition with a crow InAmerlcalwould Hi jrocato unsurpassed onthuslasm. The augges- Bk, ."Von to this effect, whllo it has not reached tho Bf jjAthletlo Council of Cornell officially, has beon Ht rtrought to tho attention of a local member of fe rtho council, who said yostcrday that he would K; ?tko stops to huvo tbo matter considered. Cor- Ki' jell has only to extend an invitation to tho K$ f xrinnor of the great race on tho other sldo of Kfc Mho water and tho graduntcs will undoubtedly Bti fjjomo to tho front wlth'iholri;encrous?pur8e to I sK;' .'.Bring about such a contest. Tho foolinir iut I HJk i bow toward Yale is of such blttornoss that tho B uthaeans are almost a unit In saying that any Mfi, Jkind of a raco is proforablo to a contest with MS?' Yale, providing tho Now Haven mon still Btlck HjL fto their unsportsmanlike policy. If Harvard H; pbrlngs' about a triangular rare, well and good. Hf$ r"uti 8a5' Cornelllans, if there nro no Indications B' net such a settlement within tho next month a HI fCegatta will bo arranged for the Hudson River H t1 throe, four, flvo or alx crews competing. MS, Cornell is already euro of Columbia and tho H& f university of Pennsylvania. Assurances have KJj Wlso been received from the University of Wis- Bg' wonsln, and tho latest applicant for a placo in H?Y 5E?cn regatta comes from tbo University of B;, r Toronto, whoso men will bo coached by the ex- V?) champion sculler, Edward Hkiilan. Hfc With those crows ontcrcd In a genoral re- HO jieatta Cornell mon believe that tho publlo 3 L'would be sutnclcntly Interested to patronlzo &, rtho raco with liberality. Cornell's difficulty B- nln making overtures to Columbia and the Kr I University of I'onnsylvanin for a race at New K Foxradon lies In tho npparont unwillingness of tV the Quakers to go to that placo. It Is Bald that ffl the men of Old I'cnn bellcvo that their raco ' with Cornell should not bo made n minor event, K out oarsmen who lmvo watched the nogotla- ft: Wons closely declare that tho University of Pennsylvania is not in a position to ask many Ey; favors, in view of the fact that her crows in K4 recent years have not been In tho class with Hit' Cornell, Yalo, Harvard, nnd Columbia. Thoro- Kl4" orei " ttlB Quakers will agrco to go to New K.? Zionaon for their annual race with Columbia ? and Cornell, a great obstacle In the way of an Kg; arrangement of a threo-cornered Yale-Har- K Tard-Cornell raco by Harvard will be removed. Bic This is an authentic summary of tho rowing Ef jWtuation to dnto. B, A groat deal has been said about professional Kit... . foachers In various branches of colloge nth- MmjF, - letics. It hut not been denied that coachers J of football teams throughout tho country are, ' otrlcth- speaking, professionals, for the reaoon I r that they not only receive tholr expenses, but iL direct payment. In many instances, for their ti Bervioos. In rowing it has often been said j' that Charles Courtney, tho noted coach of Cornell Unlvcrlsty, is a professional because 4 oe receiver compensation for bis work Of In- h atructlng tho crews at Ithaca. Courtney's $ career as an oarsman is well known, and it is it itheroforo for that reason that ono or two unl- v ftyrsltlet. through tholr rowing representa- tives, have commented unfavorably on his SK ('engagement nt Cornell. Thoso same lnstltu- M tions havo freouontlr nnlnteil tn Ihn nnm rt .amateurism of It. C. Lehmann, the English G, rea.0Q of tho Harvard Unlvorslty crow, and of i- Robert J. Cook of Yalo University, to say - toothing of otherjromlncnt coachers who are ' iSP,e,tta ln aquatics: but It is a fact; that, KG while condemning tho employment of Court- iP'X' tbeso same universities arc on rocord with Jetters written to Courtney asking him to ' fcamo his terms to leave Cornell and coach St thclr respective crews. Such Is tho con- ; jalstency of institutions professing to bo fol- j. ajowers of oloan sport and fair play. a There may bo aome doubt about tho Yale i iTelevon securing Uie services of Hansome. the ? Vnlyerslty of California football player who ', qUtlngulshed blmeelf last fall as a member of . tie Orange A. C. tiam. Borne mon at Yale soy j &? Ilansomo is a professional, because they ifc, tnlnk that ho rocclvod pay when playing at Or- J .jnge and in Ilttsburg. It can be sold in his ' rffTor ."lat ". ""'y accented expenses from j thoso clubs, nnd thereforo camo within the ro- w ,ulrements of tho amateur rulos. Hansome'e W l?"11 at alo, however, will be uo In the spring. yi - appoars that, having graduated at the head S Vet his class at tho Imlverslty of Cnllfornla. ho h :eeelvod a scholarship which entitled him to 11 year's course nt Now Haven, und for that J. reason he was a Yale student last fall. Under the ono year s reaidenoo rule he could not be- tcomo a candidate tor tho Yalo 'varsity football V t an1 therefore was snapDod up by Coyno 5. - w Orange, who hod seen him piny on the coast. I Jjsuiiiome Is without doubt one of the greatest m wS,k1,l.thl ba" over worn a football uniform, v &2&M ho abould decide to remain at Yale ho K VSP'Si"11? oulkick and outplay Full Back a ilcBrlde, who did such good work against Har- . .Vard and Prlncoton. He Is also a fine baseball & "Blayerbut ho will not bo eligible for this year's k V lf?Vv ?Rf.a,n ,P,f baseballTjrlngs to mind the i 5' that alo will have a rplendtd player this 9r In Henry Clarkson, who was with the Har- f ard team two years ago. Clarkson Is a broth- Wl '?." coloorated ex-Leaguo pitchers, John It Pa Arthur, nnd he has loarncxl all he knows 9 iPPVi y10 eam5,.I?,m U)m- ,At Harvard he Md the team ln batting and fielding, but for the S1 -itS0 I?a,0?.J!i,at yt t I'rincefon left Cnm Sr?e.he,?,rl,tndrow from the crimson ranks and r 9at to Yale. 't. .t!Vii!7,ck1?r' .".I?8' PfMWent of the Colum E MnlT0.J,,J' A'nlutl UnIo- whon asked by a ?V lpor.ter. ot,T? 8i yesterday what he thought S K?ut tuo leasing of Manhattan Field for ath- iM--p?tP0i6i0 DY. ,l10 umvenlty. said that he I 5,d I0.' be"eve."10 nionoy could bo raised to fe piy the rent of i,boo outright, but he ex n pressed a willingness to seo President Freed l S-n ,n resar'1 1 , possible arrangemont for C JS?cH,,a,lS? "' ,h0 "ol(1 bT Ibo studonta. If 1) the latter will rom.i to tho front with subscrip ts SSK nrt Vi? """""V? ,vl" "w lh,,! " ' R Sit posilblv n t-aah lrauus might bo raised y which would bind a lenhe. Tho ntudents never t aX? recch J such u chance ln their lives to 1 u,rl1iSr..Ul0l.r,inlfl;?,"J ' "1B nthletlo world. -1 fnllrt'c.'' lcl.' ",P ,b' rcawm or apathy or a - 5ck1of In'eroit In their own welfare thoy must !' I?cei x? '" W''o tlnit will come from the pub " J!? i"0 V,rfe l"'0" In iilnioit every walk of t Jlfe lovo .ollego .ports, nnd the fact that Colum ,tf lila Is better nutted unit li Iter located to (111 a teMe Yin,,t f "'OKnlml by all. President W S."us." realizes this tinlnt. nnd ho says that If 'A i?..f V1'10'"! "' "I-" "P " tho Hltua Ion thero m- may Ik) a change ln Columbia's policy, li mSlu!irn 'IVM. of ,uo Jlrooklyn Club will ft K0Tli, B" to Washington to assist N. K. Young V Jii i"!"!c'lw. "'' ,,l,t' NV'tlonal League schedule, gl lleli hn .turned out tu bo a dlllluult task: Not K L0"?. a ouiiB said openly that ho c.uTfd n6t tf L"V".i""!lc "l,tn 15--eaiiio hchedule bo- H causa of tin. Join- jumps that would be noccX W- filil.bu' "" ",0 '""BnatM still Insist that the SI S!.B.c,,iifl'i",'".,r ,lMlUi l'le'f In n prcdloa- ?i? Bcn,1-. M" ,",.s "J"rcfore called on thii new ill1''.1',1" .'" ll' HrooHyn Club to help hint in fy Iralglilenlmr out the tangle, The llrook vns f, In". "0t tr0 t0 1'akewo for preliminary train' lm Vier I'olo. 4 Two water polo matches wore schodulcd to be M playod last night in the regular championship g jerlcsof thelojguu formed by boat clubs, the h Unluns being slated to meet tho Ban Homos und m tUBl'auiit'esstofaeolho.Malantas. There was 21 afalratlondaneoat IhoriftliAvenueawlmuiIng 1 Tank, but tho Union boys failed to put In an i4 appearanro nnd fomo of the Diunlless men (? ere in aslnir. an the only game pl""iWMbe. $' Jn tlieAlaUntaK ,.ml the San Iteinos Tho formur arc u , Jot of ,Cn am they almnlr k, ir::""":fir.:.:;;;.-:.5siia iHftiM ' i a !" aaaaaaaaaBaaaJalaiaSaaaaaAa&rfaiial J.-l ?, ffV.'.VK rfxxn TnoxTMs ji(j pacjsb. ' Winter tuetaar la Kerlsi Cnrellna Onttenknra- si Training Orennd. Through the efforts of It. U Davis of Lyn brook, U I., a winter trotting circuit has been organized ln North Carolina. Four tracks have claimed dates thus far, hanging up purse of from fMO to s400. They are a follows: Washington, Feb. Si! to Stl; Newborn, Fob. SB to March B; areenvtlle, March 8 to IS, and aoldsboro, March 15 to 10. It la said that some horsemen hero will toko advantage of tho cir cuit to prepare tbolr horses for the spring cam paign in the North. Many local trainers will probably avail them selves of the old Guttenburg race track next spring to ahape up tbelr trotters. lien Walker, J. W. Knox, and Tim Sullivan trained there in 1805, nnd found It to bn ono of the boat tracks In tho East for that purpose, with good roads closa at hand and cxccllint stables. W. M. Halsted has cngogod W, It. Ilbodes, formerly assistant trainer nt Village Farm, to handlo hla trotters and pacors tills year, ltbodca la working fifteen head, mostly tho get of Alcy oner, S:'25i, at tho Jcwettvillo covorcd track near Uuffalo. Among them nro Adcll, 2:SU& and tho pacera NolljAlcyoner, U:tn4, and Cinder Alcyoner, 2:21M. Halsted, who is a well known business man hero, trained and droro his own horses with marked success last year. He brought out the good gray pacer Nell Al cyoner, green last year, and won with him ten races worth upward of S-,300 on tho half-mllo tracks. W. It. Janvier has sold tho trotting bred stal lion Savant, by Sablo Wilkes, 2:18, out of Annie Q., dam of Uufllngton, 2:20. and Chris Lang, 2:21)4, by Le Urnnde, to E. A. Ingalls, 8t. Al bans, Vt. Tho Oalesbursr trotting track, where Allx set tho world'a record at 2:034, has becomo a storm centra for litigation. When the citizens of the Illinois town presontod the property to C. W. Williams as an Inducement for him tolocato there, It was stipulated that under ccrtnln condi tions the land abould revert to the donora. Wil liams rocently'aold the plant to Fred Scacord, a wealthy horseman of Ualesburg, whereupon thero was talk about collusion and frnud, and an action waa begun to set nsldo tho sale. Sea cord has responded by beginning suit for $10, 000 damages for slander against tho Chairman of the Citizens' Cominltteo, who mado tbo deal with Williams. Tho annual meeting of tho stewards of tho Grand Circuit will bo held hers on Feb. 7, to arranaro dates for tho season of 1808. Lewis A. Uellla of Somerville, N. J., has sold the trotting gelding Wardwell, 2:1 IM, to par ties ln Mlddletown, Conn. Tho horse is by Hamlin's Almont, Jr.. out' of Grace, by Hail storm. He wu foaled ln 18R3, and gained his record ln 1803 nt the Pittsburg Grand Cir cuit mooting. Uellla bn been driving him on the road, and ho Is said t .bo the crack snow horse of Homcrvillo. K. H.lJowno. the trainer of John It. Gentry, 2:OOU, recently prosonted to Bellls th trotting Keldfng Major H., 2:20M. by Knlck Wilkes. The notod show mare Alice Ley burn, 2:29W, one of the pair sold last fall for f(t,200 by C. M. Reod to W. Hohlesslnger of Vienna, dlod recently from tho effects of a cold contracted in shipment abroad. Allco Leyburn waa by Uaron Wilkes, 2:18, out of tho noted brood mare Mamlo (dam of Cathorlno Leyburn, 2:14; Helen Loyburn, 2:14; Scourlnc, 2:1KH. and tho pacer ltose Leyburn, 2:15)4), by Star Almont. Hho was a winner of many prizes at tho National Horse Show. Hobort Ooclet has decided to breed his chestnut trotting maro ltoyal Princess, by Dayonno Prince, 2:21U. out of Lady Sherman, 2:5K. to Htamboul, 2:07U. lloyal Prlncoss will be romomborcd by readers of Tub Scn as tbo spectators' favorite in tho class for road horses at tho last National Horse Show. Many oxperts pronounced her to bo tho hand somest specimen of her kind ever seen In Madi son Square Garden, although the judges turned her out of tho ring on account of her restlvo ncss. As Stninboul has twico won the fSOO champion prize for trotting stallions at tho Horso Show, Goolet ought to get a prize win ner. Queen Wilkes, 2:23., onco the fuvorlto trotter of tho loto Malor S. T. Dickinson. Is owned by James W. Daly of Mount Klsco. Sho has been sent to Goshon to bo bred to Stamboul. 2:07W. The dnughtcr of George Wilkes trotted her first raco nt Goshen, boat ing tho chestnut gelding Garnet, 2:10, then owned by J. G. Coster. This raco led to n match for $10,1 00, play or pay, between tho rival trotters. Shortly before the day set for the raco Queen Wilkes waa found lame In her stall ono morning, whereupon Major Dickin son showed himself to bo a true sportsman by sending word to the stakeholder to pay over the money to Coster, without tho formality of his taking Garnet to tho track to walk over for tho states. Jockey Club stewards Elect OOeara. The stewards of tho Jockey Club held a meet ing yesterday and disposed of a lot of routine business. Tho members present woro James It. Keene, J. H. Dradford, James Galway, and F. R. Hitchcock. The following officers wero elected for tho year: August Delmont, Chairman; James It. Keene. Vlce-Chalrman; F. K. Sturgls. Socretarr and Treasurer. The applications of John D. Mahoney and It. J. Hutchinson for re instatement were refused. Raclnsr at Slew Orleans. New OrtLSUNB, Jan. 21. Virginia Carroll and Sam May, bookmakers, caused a panic In the betting ring ln the second race. The two had words over some remark of Carroll's, and the lattor applied an Insulting epithet to May. In a scrimmage that followed some ono yelled "Watch out.be has a gun." This caused a panic nnd ln a jiffy there was a vacant space around the two men. The police then Interfered and arrested both men. The judges reacbod no decision ln the matter. Summary of the races: Vint Itaoe Six ind a hair furlongs; selling. Eton Jacket, 104 (Combs), 3 to . woni Bitkllne, lis, (Aksr), fi to 1, se'xradi Lexington I'lrate, 1UD (Burns), to 0, third. Time. 1:8B. " Second llace Six furlongs: selling. Saratoga, 03 (Burea), 4 to S, worn Dlnsmori-. 103 (Aaer;, to 8, second; Volume. U7 (Kswcoin), 20 to 1, third. Tlinn. l:80a. Third Race One mile and a sixteenth. Brldgeton, 101 (Combi), a to S, won; Blacking-brush, 90 (Alarloi. SO to 1, second; Wells Street, 118 ipeterman). a to 1. third. Time, 1:6H. Fourth ltaoe Six furlonirsi selling. Carlotta a, 104 (Ilurss), to 5, won; Mist Knwett. 102 (Wllioul. IB to 1. ;eond! Etarre, 108 (Peterman), ID to 1. third. Time, 1:80. Fifth Race Seven and a half furlongs: selling Roysl Choice. 10ft (Barrett), 0 to 1. won; Hob Clam put, 107 (Combs), 0to8, second; Jlelllo, (17 (South ard), 4 to 1. third. Tlina, 1:43. iouuiu sixth Usee Kivsn and a half furlongs ; selling. Uttle Murio, 100 (Houtbsrd), 16 to 1. won; Robert Bonner, 10 (Dnpee), 7 to 8, second; Little Billy. I OB (Lines), u to 1, tatrc. Time. l:43ij. Results at fllngerlr. BitazRLv, Jan. 31. The talent started In wall br laying odds on NeTada Boy and he won In a cauter. They also cashed la on tlie next two, and wound ut well by picking the winner of the sixth, huiuniaryi First Race Four and a half furlongs. Nevada Boy 4 to 0 and 8 too, wont 1'ralrle Flower, 9 to 1 for place, second; Oowands. third. Time, l:l)7i. second Race Four and a halt rurlongs. Mills. B to 1 and even, woni Magnolia, 8 to 1 for place, second: Calibre, third. Time, 1:0K. Third Race Tour and a half furlongs. Motile Mar. J to 1 and even, won; Prtrateer, 8 tol, seooudi Wsh Jim, third. Time. Ii084 ' Fourth Race hlx furlongs l'baedra, 4 to 1 and 0 lo o, won: Hebaatlan, out for place, second; Dutch Bluster third. Time. 13V ' Fifth Race Four and a naif furlongs. Prompt. S to 1 and 9 to 1. woni Flaxlu 11 , V tu 1 fur place, seo ond: Crown third. Time, liOuLj. blxth llace Four and half furlongs Tim Hurst. 7 to 8 and 1 to 8. won; Le Orande, 8 to 1 fur ulace aacondi Ulss Julia third. Time, lu. zleckey. A large crowd witnessed an interesting game of hockey last night betweon the second teams of tho New York A. O. and the New Jersey A. O. at the St. Nicholas Skating Wnk. Tho Now Jersey boys, aftor a hard struggle, won by a score of 3 goals to 1, The line-up; Ktie York A.C. 2'uitlioni. Xeu Jtriev A. C. Blair (loal Ifacker ncott Point. ..... ... . ..tieaj's HatJlltr Corer 1'olnt u, Walton Jon'llson 1 f II, Walton &"" "-- :::::::.:.Koi?h'!,r BmJ"h J U Ltraihinan Prosprcla Tor the llarvard-Valn Malek. Nkw Havkk, Jan. 21. Tho prospects for the Yalo-Hurvard hockey gamo bore to-morrow afternoon are hazy. Tho Ice at Lake Whitney, where the contest is to take place, is covered with water, although a cold night will mako u good skating surface again, ln ense rain pre vents the game. It will no played on artificial Ico next week. '1 his will be tho tlrat meeting of the two teams in the history of tho sport. Tne Tlcara Shut Oul at Hacker. IlALTlMonr, Jan. 21. The Prluceton hockey team met Willi an oerwholmlng defeat ntthe bands of the Muryland Hockey Club to-night, the local playeis nluulug by a scoro of 13 to o. Oada and Ends nrsnsrla. r-iLisir,Pa., Jan. Bl.-The Indian Training Sebool baseball team made this sohedulo tn-day for the ?V!!Ln? V7on' ir".': Unlvrralty of IVnniylranla. at l-hllsdelpniai 811, Dick. nun Collene. at Carlisle; SO. , Ueltysbuni College. l Carlisle; May ',, l.fovelto College, at F.astoni H, Buctnell Unher.llv, at Lewis hurgi 81, Btata Collegr, at UarlUle; j. Iilokiuson. at Carll.lei Juuo I. Lehigh Uuler.lty. at Uoinletiimi 4. Cofl ' G,l"l,ari ,6- 8UI College, at State The Ban Hur A. A. of Drooklyn held IU annual men log on Thurtdajr night. Too organltatlou is In excel lent condition m at, departuuuu. During the rear the oriranleallon will be represented by a Orat-clksa baseball te mi, and will hold a spring and fall tennta tourney. The usw officers arc as follows: William Wirt Qrlfllo. Prvaldent; W T. Ltihbrldge, Vlec-Prei-Jdenti Leonard J. Langcelu. Beeretaryi Leon Orr libr. Treasurer. Board of Directors, IBWo W, M. E!iVn.1?, nbI!,1'S'.Ji Hi """ -. O. Orima, L. O, runer. H. T. Uogteri 1U0C L. J. Laaa 'f1fr.uiKun,l,v)vii,. "tbaao, AtalatiocSS- &&""' jBl"BB ' aHlihla, yjswa or tub rrnxBtHxir. Preser Baits eTorrjIaat lbs Bridge Cycle rath Committee, A meeting of the Bridge Cyolo Path Commit tee was held yesterday afternoon at the L. A. W. headquartors. Among thoto present were M. M. Molding. Jr., and Will R. Pitman, h. A. XV. Consulate: J, P. Harnett, R, Dye, and W. A, Kay. Long Island Associated Cycling Clubs; F, House, Jaraos O'Nell, and W, Klinker, New York Associated Clubs: A. 11. Angel, Walter Eschwcge, and E. La Wanna, Drooklyn Good Roads Association. .The committee appointed to confer with the old officers of tho Brooklyn Bridge reported that plans for pathways over the cable road had been Indorsed. The question of a means of exit for riders to reach the street, how ever, puzzlos both the Cycling Committee and Chief Knglneer Martin, who was consulted. Tho suggestion of an elevated structure to cross Park row and continue along the latter street, disembarking riders Into Mall street, was fully discussed. Although Fred House, a member of tho committee, presented a number of roasons which mako such a plan Impracticable, the com mittee seemed to favor tho Idea. James O'Nell, representing the New York Associated Clubs, urged tho consideration of tbe practical plan of apuclal stairways at the terminus of tho paths. Chairman Iluldcu decided to leavo the settle ment of the tnost important feature of tho path filan to a future meeting, A committee, consist ng of F. House, J. O'Nell, L. C. Lo Roy, W. Crow, H. C. Fullerton. Wallor Kachwcge, R, Dye and W, A. Kuy wan appointed to confor with tbe Board of Improvements in tho matter. A number of prominent wheelmen Interested in the plan to send a team of American riders abroad to competo ln tbo International cham pionship races next August are porfoctlng an organization to carrv out the schemo. An Inter national association will bo formed with branches In all tho leading cities. O. W. Mo Carty hns mapped out the following districts whero racing will be conducted during the spring nnd early summer, bo as to select tho fastest riders to go abroad: Boston District Boston. Springfield, Keene, Worces ter, Manchester, Lowell, Providence, Portland, Bridgeport, New BMrord, Hartford. Buffalo District Buiralo. Rochester, Syracuse. Erie. Philadelphia Dlstrlot Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Bal timore. Washington, Nahvll!e, Trentou. New York District New York, Newark. PlalnHeld, Paterson, Jersey lltv. Indianapolis District Indianapolis, JeffersonTllte. Marlon, New Alr-an). Terre Haute. Cincinnati District Cincinnati, Toledo, Dayton. Cleveland, Columbus, Louisville. Chicago District Chicago, Peoria. Detroit, Dee Moines, Oraml Rapids. Minneapolis, St. Paul. St. Louis District it. Louis, Memphis, Topeka, Kansas City. Denver District Denver, Omaha, Lincoln. Purhlo. New Orloans District New Orleans. Birmingham, Houston. Dallas, Jacksonville, Sarannah, Atlanta. han Francisco District San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland. A final tournament will bo held here to pick tho men eligible to go abroad. Arrangements have been made to hold a cycle show at Jersey City next week. It will opon in Hnsbrouck Hall on Wednesday and continue until Saturday. Groat Interest Is manifested In the event by local wheelmen. Thero are many novoltles In the bicycle line for '08 that will be on exhibition. Home trainer races will beheld on each night. NOTES. Mrs. M. S. Allsn of Worcester has a record of 81,028 miles for last season. Including 117 century runs. The annual election of oltlcera of the Kings County Wheelmen will be held In Marrh. A blejvle meet will be held In the Thirteenth Regi ment Armory, Brooklyn, to-nlgnt. Many well-known amateur riders will onipete. The Boston Bicycle Club, the oldest cycling organ ization tu the country, has elected tho following offl ccrs: President. Edward C. Hodges; Secrotari -Treasurer. Frank W. Weston: Cantata, W. O. Kendall; Oorernors W. B. Everett. T. Rothe, A. Nlckerson. E. O. Whitney and U. W. Robinson. ooir. Lakewood, Jan. 21. Details have been ar ranged for what is termed tho half-yearly golf tournament of tho Lakewood Heights School, an Institution which probably includes among its students a stronger golfing representation than any boys' school in the country. Both the Golf Club of Lakewood nnd tho Ocean County Hunt nnd Country Club offer tho froodom of their links to tbe school on these half-yearly occasions, and tho coming tournament la to be played on tbo Country Club courso on next Monday. Twenty-two of the boys are entered for the competition and will be divided into classes A nnd B. according to their golf lnr prollclenoy. Two handsome cups havo been offered as nrlzes. ono for class A being Blven by Gcorco J. Gould and one for class B by iwlght M. Harris. Tho conditions will be eighteen holes, medal play. Among those en tered nre C. Tiffany Richardson, who qualified ln the first sixteen for the Thanksgiving tourna ment of the Lakewood Golf Club. He finished seventh in the first round nnd held his own until beaten by Champion Whlsham tn the semi-finals. Others entered are Harold S. Cur tlss and Wnlter D. Stockly, who qualified for tho consolation cup ln the same tournament, and Averv Keep, who holds the record for the Shelter Island Golf Club. Efforts are being made to holdanlnterscholas tlo tournament hero betweon tbe boys of tbe Lakowood Hetirhta School. Cutler School of New 1 ork, and the Lawrenceville School. Lakewood, Jan, 21. Four golfers made the double round of eighteen holes at the links of tho Ocean County Hunt and Country Club to-day, tho contest being the regular weekly competition In tho series for which the prize Is offered by Mrs. Gcorgo J. Gould. The scores were hardly up to the usual form of the players. Tho win was secured by the Rev. D. L. Schwartz. Tho scores: . . Oron. ird'eo. AVI. Rer. D. L. Schwartz 103 19 SI Walter 11. Coles 04 o 84 C. Tiffany Richardson 103 B 100 Arthur B. ClaSln low 7 103 Points are now credited as follows: W. II. Coles. 18i Jasper Lynch. 0; Rov. D. L. Sebwartr. ; C. T Hlohardson. 8; F. Jt. Freeman. B; F. A Walthew. 3: J. B Tailor, 3; W. B. Dowil, 3; A. W. Blaok, 3; A. V. Sou" norland. 3; E. R. Wlker, 9; Danl'I Bacon, 8; James Converse, 1; T. K. Pern brook, 1. nhlef. The last round of tho first annual tournament for pairs was played at the Whist Club of New York on Thursday night. Thero wore four prizes, and before tbe last round began it was posslblo for olther of two men to get all of thorn, or for neither to get any of tboin. Newman won first prize by half a trick in 4,471 played. Fer ris and Marquand had to cut for the times-top prize, nnd thero would bao been five or six ties lor the times-plus prize If Spafford bad mado a minus on tho last round. The standard of the Ave leaders ln each division follows: Trick Score Newman, A. D. Ferris, Hawkins, Mar quand, HpsfTord. Tlmea Pius spafford, Ferris, Newman, roster, Uawklns. ' Times Top Ferris, Marquand, Newman, Spafford. ITenrlquea. Bsst Plus Ferris, Henriqaes, Newman, Marquand. Btotox. Three matches havo been decided during the week In the New Jersey State tournament for teama of four. Archer a team boat Foster's by 11 tricks; Eagle s team bent Reynolds's by 7 tricks; Rose's team bent Otla's by 4 trlrka, The fourth round of the Brooklyn Interclub tournament waa played ut tho Union League on Thuraduy night, and two matches were decided. Tho Lincoln Club defeated .tho Knickerbocker Field Club by 12 lo 10; Irving Club defeated the Union League by 14 to 10. Tbe teams were: Llncoln-R. P. Rowe, O. Stiles, J. W. McDermott and J. b.-rlmteour. Knlckerbooaer-A. B. Remains, P. n. Hodgman. J. L. Taylor and t. P. Camp. irvlng-o. W.Simons, V. P. Powell, Wallor Ferris and R. Rodriguez. Union League-E. A. Leslie, C. E. Miller, O, A. Bar row and F, 1.. Bailey. Tho last round will be played at the Lincoln Club on Feb. 3. betweon the Llncolns and Ir vlnurs, and Carl tons ami Knickerbockers. If the Ciirltniisj win. they will play the winner of tho other match for the trophy. If tho Carltons lose, tbo winner of the Lincoln-Irving match will be the champions for 18US. ftbeaa nun Whist at Uarrard. ClAMDRiDaE, Jan. 21,-Candldates for the annual spring tournament of the Chess Club have begun practice. They have been arranged In , threo sections. Each man Is to piny ono game with every other man, nnd the two from each section having the highest scores will go Into the final round. The winner of the tournament will be taken on tho university team. Tho entries have been divided as follows; Section I-WO. Clerk and W. Catchlngs, 1001; c. Hub? Waokwell, '88, and 0. L. Uoe, Section 8-A, W. Cooper and A. Hlehelson. Idol ; I. Kahn, tUOO; II. v. Poor and W. II Wheelwrlght.iuui. HMllon U-F. T rase. .'Mi A.f. England. 8, Thur ber, and O. II, Wjnian, 1001, and F. (J. llopklns.lDOO. The nnimal duplicate whlat tournament will begin on next Thursday. Individual cupa will be given to tbe members of tbs first and second couples. Waal to Organise a Rascuall Lenaur. The St. Alpbonsus B. B, C, Loyola A, C, Oleuwood A. C. of Long Island City, and the Wlllets Point n, B. O. are trying, to form an amateur baseball league to be composed cf six or eight clubs In Greater New York. K 15. Meluhardl of the Wlllets Point Club, acting Pre Ident. would Ilka to hear from the Flush ings. College Points, Whltesionrs. and any other clulia wlshlus lu Jolu tho Ifaguj. The first meeting will be lild lu Kbruary, whniall applications for admission will li duly considered and permanent officers A llerse shew Tar tTasklnglen. Wasiiinoton, Jan. Sl.-Arrangements have been made for holding; a horse show here during ifcl-fl,t.?'Mltin Mr. immediately after the fflS'L'te 'Prtnif meetlnrof tho Washlxurton i jockey Glut at Ileunlngs, PROTEST AT FLY CASTING. BBAXJiBBTII OBJECTS TO TBE VKB DZCT AT TUB SVOllTBUES'S SHOW. A Surprise In the Ilend-IMn Contest rnrntshed br the Mna Who Had BengM Onlr Ktsht Tickets Spencer or Peanajlranla making Oreat Scerra Lively Shooting Contests. There was a great protest mads yesterday against tho decision in the fly-casting competi tion at the Sportsmen's Show on Thursday night. The three Judges, C. M. Roof, S. P. Kel logg, and II. R. Harris, dlssgreod, and the referee decided against Brandrcth. Tho specific cause of complaint against htm was that be held the butt of his rod ln his sleeve. Rrandrotu has frequently fished trout brooks In this way, and Thomas B. Mills and other oxports adopt the practice In explanation li. It. Harris snld that, whllo nothing was publlshod forbidding tho holdlngot the rod In tbe sleeve, it was under stood that the competition was for single-handed fly casting, which by Induction meant only tho wrist and forearm casting, without tho assist ance of any appliance or contrivance. The results of the Ily casting yesterday wore: Light Rod Castlng-R C. Leonard, U84 feet I P. Cooper Hewitt, 8(i II W. Uawes, ih L W, Bellows, Sit I). W, Good sell, HO. Areuraoy Only, Competition At a buoy sixty feet from casting stand. Oeorgo Landman, nrst. luav erase D. Ilrandrcth. aecond, 8t U-St It. tloodsell, third. 80: P. C. Hewitt, 88 Hi ; T. N. Peet.U3tK.lt. Hewitt. 88 -01 n. E. Robblns, 87sl O. Poey, 28 8-6) aM. Roof, 87 1.0. Thursday's scores ln tho bullseye competition, announced yestorday, Rhow that the coal mine owner from Scranton, Pa II, M. Spencer, Is tlod with P. Kossok at lOdogrues, whllo Dr. A. A. Stlllman takes third place from II. D. Mullcr by scoring lo1! degrees to tho latter's ll'a. Scores: II. M. Spencer, 10 d greest Dr. A. A. stlllman, 104: L. P. Ittel. ltUj: C. Itrin, 8USj: J Ilulstead. 33; O. E. Jackson. 88 1 w. A. May, 10) L. Vocl. 47; c. N. liots ford, SI; H. Bookman, hi; A. W AllcMu. flliji J. Harrison, (12 1 A. U. Armschntr, 7N; II. c. Cord, Jr, 8l) F. MoOljnn. 107: II. R. Uregory. 117: P. J.Ep pig. 148; II. llaaie. 140; F. A. Loltz, 1S1; a. E. Stroud, 108; S. P. Were. 200. Tbe three leaders In the 100-shot champion ships were unchanged, II. M. Spencor having 2424, R. J. Young 2421, nnd M. Dorrlor 2411). M. Dorrlor and II. M. Spencer wero tied at 141) In the continuous match, nnd L. Flack and E. S. Pillard, with the maximum of 75, lead on the target of honor, Keppler was bard at work yesterday trying to equal tho leading scoro of 150 In tho head-pin contest, lie has tickets of 00 each on the rec ords, and only wanted nnotbor DO tnnko the needed score. He was within ono pin of that rosult many times. As an Instanco of colling luck, Beck's record of yestorday Is a remark able one. He joined tho bowlers In tbe afternoon and bought only olght tickets. At the end of his string ho had scored tn o cards of CO nnd ono cam of 48. 'lhln placed him ln the lead for tbe special prize of $25 for tho test head pin scoro ln the last twenty-four hours of tho show and made him tied for third plscoln tho main contest. Should ileck roll another fifty ho will bo tlod with Iloemermann for first place. Bowlers think that Hock's luck hns changed, and that ho will have to spend ninny a dollar before he again rolls a fifty. Tho scores ln tbo contest follow: J. Boemermann. Jr., Arlington, ISO: M. Keppler, Columbus, 14H;J. Heck. Central, 1 In; C. K.Starr, Metropolitan, 148: Dr. Little, Aurora Grata, 14H; J. J. Cllnger, Metropolitan, 148; H. Menlnger, Lin den Grove, 148; It. lutemann. Qlenmore, 147; O. Rohm, Lotus Club, 147; II. Boemsrmaun, Sr., Monarch. 147: W. Meyer, Arlington. 147; D. Shlmsn. Washington. 140: W. Waller, Corinthian, 14U: w. B. Fisher. Metropolitan. Mill F. Miller. Boiton. MS; J. Leuly, Metropolitan, MS; W. Linden, Cable, 145; J. Hummel), hew York, MS: C. Walters. Do Fon-st Council, 144; J. Slane, Westshors. 144; K. Zollinger, Buffalo. 144; C. Tblelinan, standard, 144; O. E. Miller. Aurora Grata. 143, Col. w. II. oilers. Echo, 148: A.F. Jlever, Knickerbocker A. c. 148; c. A. Mo Elroy, Orient Wheelmen, 141; F. Durst. Now York, 141. In tbe Individual contest in the nftomoon Foege took third place, with tho total of 1,1118. In the ovcnlng, bowovcr, ho was supplanted by Brill, who scored 1,1(19. Tho detailed scores follow: F. II. Brill. Interstate League-200. 220, 803, 182, 184, ISO. Total, 1,109. It. Kahlsdorf. Central B. C 173, 181, 190, 102, 181, 104, Total. 1.180. J. Blershenk, South Paw B. C 103, 147, 178, 211, 100, 1U0. Total, 1,0.55. O. loee. Orchard II. C 102, 180, 208, 1B4, 181, 04. Total, 1,108. Football. New Haven, Jan. 21. Walter Camp. Yalo's athletio adviser and delegato on the general football rules revision committee, ld ttwJpbt that he had just rocolvod tho request of tho University A. C. of New York to reprosont Yalo at the conference on Feb. 19. Camp declined to state what position Yale would tako on tho abo lition of mass plays, but it is rumored here that the university Is not bittor against them. A prominent player said to-nlgnt: " Yalo stopped all tho hubs plays of Harvard and Princeton without hmlng a man hurt In either big game, and thereforo has no grievance against them." Camp said this evening that ho was strongly In favor of revising the rules so that tho am biguities In several places will bo simplified. Tho proposed visit of Stage to tho confer ence as tho representative of tho combined Western colleges creates much interest at Yalo. It Is believed thnt Yalo will voto to rccognlzo him as n formal delegate. Camp said that he thought that matter was In the hands of tho University A. C. instead of tho universities who were to eend olegates. Ho has recilved a copy of tbe rcvlsod Western rules, but says thnt he has not had time to read them. Ho regards them as rather bulky, but not vitally affecting; the present stylo of play. Harvard's Football Player Talk Over riane. Camdiudok, Jan. 21. Capt, Dlbblco called a football meeting for this evening ln tho trophy room of tho Hemonway Gymnasium. All tho membora of the team of last soason who are ellglhlo to play ngaln wero present. Plans were discussed, and Capt. Dlbblco advised the mon to begin light gymnasium workund get themselves into condition for next fall. SUatlar. The two-mile open amatour bandlcap skating race, which was the attraction nt the Ico Palace last night, brought out on unusually largo field of competitors, among whom was G. Ilcllefeulllc, ono of the fastest skaters from Manitoba. He far outclassed his field, and many thought ho could have won easily if he hud tried, Tho win ner. Max Homfeck, tho Montclulr A. C. hockey player, skated a plucky raco, and beat out tho speedy Canadian by less thnn threo Inches. Tho following wero tho starters, with their handi caps: Le Roy See, Ben Phillips and O. Bellefeullle, scratch: Max R. llornfeek, 40 yards; Robert u, Paulding. SO yards; James Dixon, 8S yards; Uiul J. Telle)-, U0 yards; Htnnau Riekert. Paul Rlckert.. Michael shad r. Paul Hoeneck and J. W. Hullls, tou yards: II. D, Hooper, C. A. Stalls and W.u Hosier. 1 10 ards; M. Regi-nsburg. James W McClusky and II. D. King, US yards; M, Ulliuan, ISO yards. Of the scratch men See was tho first away, closely followed by llcllefeulllo and Phillips lu tbo order named. See hold his lead until the eighth lap. when he fell heavily on tho Fourth avenue turn nnd the Canadian passed him. At the finish of the lentil lap the latter hud pussod tbo limit man and w.is skating easily. He. how. ever, fell on tho Lexington nvenue turn at tho beginning of the fourteenth lap, nnd llornfeek, who was close behind, shot into tho lead. Bellefeulllo seemed dnzrd for n time, but quickly regained the premier placo, which he held until the backstretch of the last lap. Then the Jerseyman again forged lo tho front, and held the lead until he croeseil tho tune. Time, O minute 27 1-5 seconds. Ullman was third and See fourth. Tho first mile was covered ln 2 minutes OS 4-5 seconds. Letts Ilsfnats Donoghue, Tbe second of tho aeries of threo races between Jo aaphDonoihusot Newburg and William T. Letts of Hoboken was decided at the Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, Ian night. The dlstauco was two miles. Letts received one-nfleeuth uf a mile start. Tho latter won by over half a lapln 0 uluutoj 83 seconds. llaaLrtball .totrs. There la a letter at this office for tbo manager of the Mouut Morris basketball team. Th Pastime A, C. team would like to bear from al reglsterrd teams. Address UauagcrPhl! Uinstadteri 880 Kut Ninety third slreot. " Pratt Institute's team lias .Tan. 24 opn for regis tered teams. Address Dr. Vooihoea, physical director. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, Tho first and Junior teams of Dr. Savage's Instltuto got some fine pract.oe last nlglit. Tlia Juniors no ishrd off tbe Multanoniah A. C.'a team by a scum ur 83 to 1 1, and tho tlrit t am crushed tbe St. Albans A. C. players by a score of 04 to S. The Cambridge team wants tn schedule games with unrrgtiterid teams, tbe Jamaica II gh hci.ool, Wil liamsburg A A., National A r aud llip preferred Aildreie Frank P, Loll. 481 Waverly aveuue, Brook lyn. The arcrage weight of the Cambridge team la 180 pounds. The team of the Pratt Institute evening rlasies and theuululet of tbeCeutral ' M.C A. of Brooklyn met In) the Pratt "gym" 'last night lu ta special match is me. lulbaltrst half tlie'visltors rulKl up 0 polnu to 4, with afresh man lu the second half i,ddod the Centrals won, the final scum being: Central Y.M o.a . 80 points; Pratt Institute, 10 poluts Nzw lUr.x. Jan. 81 Vale's basketball team, al though dlaqualiiiiHi by the A. A U will take the rlk of playing while still under the ban. II usa arranges a game for to-morrow u'siit lih the Hprliutl.ld. MKSt.,Tralulnx School tram Mansg. r Marshall ot Vale said lo-nlgul that ho lallcvou l ,,l alabail been dis qualified through a uiliunderslaudlni, aud that for mal and regular notice of tin, disqualification had not been received. The entire team was disqualified after last Saturday night's gamo at Yonkers for In advertently playing with th military team that Is under the ban of the A.A.U, Yale's playing with the i Bprtngfleld team to-morrow U liable to put lb 1 latter Kni la questionable atanClngwtth th union J aowziiro. Lotna Wine the Birth. Carlatataas the Math, and ridetlae the Bevuntn. A. If. T. FrUem. The two gamra to decide th tie ln the American National tournament were played last night at the Oermanla Aaaambly Rooms alleys, A total of 1,088 was scored br the Lotus team, earning th fifth prit for lhatolub. while tbe Fidelias, with 1.0B0, carry off the seventh prize. Tne sixth prize goes to tho Corinthians, and the eighth prize lo th Orcharda. The scores last nlghti TOUT OAKS. Lotus W. Oordea. lBlt F. Oerdea. IBSt Onnthar, ISO: ltehm, lS7t lloemmertnann, 100. Total. S88. Fidelia-Paulson. IBB; Hosier. 1001 Amann. 108; Foege, 147; Dr. S. Tlmm, 14b. Total, 783. sxcotd nam. Lotus W. Oerdes, 178; F. Gerdes, 100; Onnther, 188; Rehm, 17Ui lloemmertnann. 118. Total. 78S. Fidelia-Paulson. 140; Knater. lB8t Amann, 108 Forge, 181; Dr. S. Tlmm, 103. Total, 787. At a recent meeting of the Bank Clerks' League the Nassau team roc lved permission to play one man from anr liana, hut the extra player failed to appear at Ileld'a alleys last night. Tbe scores follow i FIRST OAKS. WeatSlde-r. nurckhardt. 118t Und-rhlll, US; Mills, 180; schtllor, 1UB; Mulltr. 1S8 Total. ntJO. Nassau Wncd, 88; Douton, 104; Coe, 141; Young, 118. Total, 48V. CXCOXn 04.MS. Nassau Wood, 77: Ronton, 130; Coe. 110; Young, 140. Total. 408. National Park laeman, 148; Nowbold, 183; Wal ter, 107; Miller, 170 Farrlea, 184. Total, 088. Tntnn am. West Side P. Eurckhsr.lt, 112t Underbill, 1S Mills. MOiHchlller, 107;Muller, lis. Total, 008. National Park laeman, 802: Newbold, 111; Wal ter, 100; Miller, 130; Farrles, IDS, Total, 774. rot'KTH oiax. Importers-and Traders' Bonn, 170: nalnra. 106; Marshall. lS3tLupton, 103; Spencer, 280. Total, 831. German savings Folz. IAS; ElckhofT, ISO; Payn ter. 130; Bcbroeder, 140 Muhlhauaen. 138. Total, rirrn oe. German Ravings Folr. 110; Klckhoff, 118: Payn ter, 1S8: Schrocder, 188; Mnhlhausen, 80S. To tal. 788. Continental Allen, 187; White. 148: Mason. 104 Macdouald, 101; Weller, 101. Total, 031. sixrn omx. Importers' and Traders' Bonn. 18(1: Haines, I01 Marshall. 183; Lupton. 18S; Spencer. 1S1. Total, 731. Continental Allen, 126: White, 110: Mason, 60; Macdouald, 101; Weller, 188. Total, 840. Low scores and uninteresting game were rolled by thrio of the Commercial League teams at the Arcade alley on Thursday night. Thosoores: rinsT uahx. Edison F.leetrlo Illuminating Company J. L. Wea sel. 107; Roth, 183; C. A. Wenxel. 113 Carson, 100; Holmes, IBS. Total. 783. Oxley A Enoa Manufacturing Company PearaaU, 1110; Herbert, 117; Brewer, 131; Mcyerholx, 87;Oox. 101. Total, 072. ,,-,,-. PKCOND OA3UE. Oxley and Enos Manufacturing Company PaaraalL 188;Herbcrt. 184; Brewer, 108; Meyerhola, B3;6ox. 171. Total, 021. Manning, Maxwell ft Moore Whitney, 144: Carlton. 1B7; Clayton, 148; Cramer, 121; Blue, 118. Total, 080. Tnmo aatc Edison Eleetrlo Illuminating Company J. L. Wea sel, 112; C. A. Wenzel. 142; Rotb, 18S;Oaraon, 108; Holmes, 154. Total. 783. ' Manning, Maxwell 4 Moors nine, 14B;Carlton, 08; Cramer, Mill Clayton, 134; Whitney, ISO. Total, 070. The Standard Club bowlers added two games to their credit In the Lenox Republican Club tourna ment on Thursday night. Thasoores: rtasT oiMc. Standard Allison, 100; Tobln. 181 IL rt. Hlera. 181: K. 11. Hlers. 134:schaetfer. 143. Total. 805. Hamllton-IIebberd. 180: Hall. 137; Hunt, 143: King, 110 Bramley, 184. Total, 000. SECOTD OiXK. namtlton Hebbonl. 1S3; Hall. 183; nunt. 104i King, 132; llramley. 148. Total. 87L Lenox 2 iiloek, 142; Lutklna. 1731; Gardner, lS7i Seftrt, 144; Smith, 111. Total, 787. TnmD OlMI. Standard Allison. 105: Tobln. 158: BL n. filers. 1BU, E. II. Illers. 13S; Schaeffer, 178. Total, 7U0. Lenox 2 Olock, 1S4: Lutklns, 188; Qardner. 181: Scfert, Ml; Smith, 102. Total, 700. The closing games of tho week In th Fire Insur ance League tournament at tbe Oanssvoort alleys, on Thursday night, resulted as follows: rtasT OAHE. Palatine Emerson, IBO: Chapman, 181; Burgess. 122: Meagher. 11)0; Frost. 102. Total, 778. Herman-American Schopp. 149: Harnett, 108; Ormbee. 188; Elston, 143; Van Dervoort, 101. Total, 089. secoxd oasne. Palatine Emerson. 03; Chapman, 184; Dnraeaa. 141; Meagher, 1311; Frost. 180. Total, 082. Oerman-Amerlcan Schopp. U2:llu!se. llSiOnna- bee, 120; Elston. ISO; Van Dervoort, 147. Total, 080. Tninn oaMC Palatine Emerson. 130i Chapman. 1S7 Burgees. 81;Mesgher. 140;Frost, 136. Total, 083. Oerman-AmerIcan-chopp. 112;Uulso. 173;Orms bee, 128; Klston, 137; Van Dervoort, 102. Total. 708. Thursday night's games In the Casino tournament resulted as follows: FIRST OAME. Sunswlck 2 Smith, ISO; King, 138; Ferret, 114i Duncan. 143; Pitcher, 100. Total. 0B0. Fulton Wobkor. 1SS; Baab, 138: Whltcomb. 165: Stabler, 100; Masklel, 140. Total, 7S4. sacoxn OAVE. Sunswlck S-J. Smith. 182; King, 148; Perret, 127: Duncan. 108; Pitcher, 143. Total, 770. Cyclone A. Boettjer. 131: Le Boau, 1B0 Wehrlln. 122; Setzer, MB; C. Boettjer, 201. Total, 7B2. Tiiian fiAitc Fulton Wobxer. 157: Baab, 132: Whltoomb. 83i Stauler. 143; Masklel. IBS. Total, 088. Cyclone A. Boettjer. 141: Le Beau, 139; Wehrlln. 134; Setzer, 148; H. Boettjer. 1SB. Total, 781. With little trouble the Empire City Council team captured two Barnes ln the New York Royal Arca num League series at the Village Club alleys last night. Tne acores: rtasT OAKS. Irving Council Hayman, 115; Goldsmith, lOOi Redelscbelmer, 144; Ahrens, 100; Blue, 120. Total. B71I. Mornlngslde CMncll L. Doncourt. 184 Dohm 1S7; Duncan, 13UI 11. Doncourt, 140; Demmler. 177. Total, 747, , SECOXD OAHE. Irving Council Hayman, 183t Goldsmith. 185: Redelschelmer, 110; Ahrena, 03; Blue, 133. Tout. 014. Empire City Councll-Knubel, lBfli Bralsted, IB81 Partridge, lOSi Draper, l8;Fucha, 100. Total, 831. TniRii OAME. Mornlngslde Council L. Donoonrt. 148; Dohm, 101; Duncan, 113; H. Doncourt, 148; Demmler, 109. Total. 7.11. Lraplro City Council Knubrl, S23i Bralsted. 147: Partridge, 132; Draper, l8;Fuchs, 178. Total. 830. The Prospect bowlers had a narrow escape from loslugall turoo Harlem Republican Club tournament games last night, winning tho last bv IB pins. Tha scores: riOST OAME. Prospect Beaumont, 147; C. Heeht, 108: Danxo. 172; korndorfer, 135; Staff. 184. Total. 810. Lotus-J. II. Punly, 181; Munsle. 180: Church, 178i Keys, 103; W. T. Purdy, 188. Total. 887. SECOSO OAUE. Prospect Beaumont. 130; C. Mecbt. lflOt Sauza. lBUsKornrtnrfjr, 173; btafT. 184. Total, 708, Lotus-J. 11 Purdy, IBB; Munsle, lOHiChurch. I08l Keys, 208; W. T. Purdy, 188. Total, 837. IlllKD OAHE. Prospect Korndorfor, 190: C. Hecht, 188i Saum, 108; Beaumont, 178; Stan". 148. Total, 888. Lotus J. 11. Purdy, 178; Munsle. IdUt Church. 176; Keys, 107; W, T. Purdy, 170. Total, 854. By winning threo games In last nlgbt'a aerie of th Long Islsud Asaoeiutiun of Cycling Clubs' tourna ment the Ureater New York Wheelmen moved up to third place In class B. The acores: riiisT OAME. Greater New York Wheelmen-Smith, IBS; Heusr. lOu; Volckman, 1 38; Mergerle, 108; Spragge. 144. Total, 7IU. Amphlon Wheelmen Kofler, 194: Kaiser. 139: Ullg, 103; Stelts, 148; Dalber, 140. Total, 784. skcoin OAME. .ii."ST:'c,T Vork Wheelmen-Smith, 184: Hener. T ?'l Y,?,'"""1' "l Mergerlo, 103; Spragge, U8. Amphlon Wheelmen-Kofler, M0: Kaiser, 128; Ullg. lB7iatlta, 104; Dalber, 113. Total, 708. TlllUD OAUE. Greater Nw York Wheelmen Smith. 188: neuat Tutal)Ct'.man' ""' M"rle' lw '. 1M. Amphlon Wheelmen Kofler, 138; Kaiser, 87UII. 117; bleltz. ItiJiDalbor, 1S7. Total, 089. """ The Concordia quintet won two games In tbe Brook lyn national tournament last night. The scores: 1'IKST OAHL. Concordia Grelner, MS; Loeraoh, 171 Johnson. 14b; tVllduer. ISO; Noll, 170, Total, 787. "" Aunex-ibeUrn, Ml; Cook. 173 lmalre, 1B4 Doorzaph. 10J, Findlay, 140, Total, 778. SECOXO OAHE. Annex Thelscn, 174; Cook, 100; Lemalre. lOOi Doorzaph. 171; Flnlay, 100. Total, 848. Williamsburg llumuisl, 170; Zosbleln, 170i BrachhoM, 10B; Klein, 13;Se;brt, 100. Total, 818. TMIUU OAUE. Williamsburg Hummel, 178:Zoebleln, ISSiBrach hold. 127; Klem, 184; selhert. 134. Total, 727. Com ordla Grelner, 181; Loersch, 187; Johnson. 11; Wllduer, MO; Noll, 140, Total, 710. T.ast New York Couacll made a record last night tn Ihe ilr.Kikl) n lloyal Arcauum tournament by defeat ing tn o former champion teams. Tha acores; riKST OAHE. East New York Counell-Corrlgan. 134 ; Moo, soil Bossert. 138; Nlles, 183; Baker, IBO. Total. 8l3. l'hlladelpbos Couuoil Jenkins, 102, Walton. 160: Dewev, IDS; UcKlroy, 148; Blsrsheuck, 100. To tal, 818. szroso OAVE. rhlladalphoa Council-Jenkins. 104; Walton. I0T Dewey, 135 McElruy, ISO; Blersbanok, 120. total. 708. De Witt Clinton Council Houghton. 1B0; Smith. 100; Pag. 178; Uutl.r, 80s; Little, 135. Tula,27; THIRD OAME. Do Witt Clinton Counall-Hougbton. 120; Smith. 12di Page, 1S3; nutler. IB4, Utile, Idu. Total, 72d. LastNew York Council Ojrrigau, 14U; Moore, llli UoMtrt, 181; Nllea. 818i Baker, 144. Total, 4b. The bowlera of Court bcott had thing their own way m too game against tbo Cuurt Itoaell tram lu tho Now Jersey Fores tare' Bowling League on Thurs day ulabt. Th aooreai Court Scott o. Parsons, 100 Toll, 181;MaoFar laad, 14V 'LlttsU, 1X3; Lara AgAf iUruar, 4")j aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaasaaaaaiaaaassaiM '" 'v JvT ' asfaasisiBfsf(s'ttakaatttlVa,'atllvatsiMai r-w-,-M-a-v-w',V-e-v---vxXsaeaaiAa -s. An Immense Reduction lias been inado in the original number of our Men's All "Wool Suits advertised at tho phenomenally low prico of 7.50 And why not? Any competent judge can seo at a glnnca that they are worth anywhere from $5.00 to 10.00 more than we ask for them, some of them having been marked as high as $18.00 and $20.00. Don't delay purchasing until tho best bargains are picked up. Other Bargains which command your attention are our Boys' Suits (age 14 to 18), formerly $7.00 and $8.00, now $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 Boys' Knee Pants Suits, formerly $5.00 to $7.00, now . . . $3.50 Boys' Knee Pants, formerly $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00: naw49c. Fulton St, cm DeKalb Ave, a CALEB V. SMITH, Manager. ltose. 14(1; Crane, 1 00; Williams, 144; Eckerson, IBS. Total, 1,485. . Court KoMllr WooJrurr, 148; Trimmer, toailtlng, 144; Cramer, 14!t Bobbins. 10B; Murray, 88; Stryltor. lilt Ilalo, 111; Cooiey, UO; Qulnn, 141. Total, 1,240; The following games were rolled ln tha Associated Cycling Clubs of New Jersey Howling League series, at Jersey City, on Thursday nlghti FIRST OAUE. Nlantlc Wheelmen Hauler, lBBl Moersdorf, lBRi dray, 180; Wright. 187: Colfmann. 178. Total, 017. Atalanta Wheelmen Millar, lOVtBudd, 103; Hal sey, lSiiTerbell, 101; Utter, 01. Total. 840. SECOSO OAHE. Nlantlo Wheelmen Ilanley, 171; lloersdorf, 188; Oray, 148; Wright, 187; Coltmann, SOS. Total, H0. Atalanta Wheelmen Millar, 102; Budd, 140; llal a.y, 138; Terbell, Slit); Uttor. 172. Total. 802. The surprise of the weak In tha Associated Cycling Clubs of New Jersey Bowling League waa the de feat of tbe Castle 1'olnt Cycler on Thursday night. Th acorea: rntsr oner. Castls Point Cyclers C. Buck. 105; Kreutmann, 10S; rope, 100; Kuessel, 130; Keller. 140. Total, 72H. Hamilton Wheelmen Klein, 133; Walbaum, 114; Berenbrolck, 180; Kohlmeyer, i!03; Elahre, 143. Total, 733. SECOSS OAME. Castla Point Cyclera C. Buck, 187; KTreuxraann, 140; Tope, 120; Fuessel. 144; Keller, 201. Total, 737. Hamilton Wheelmen Klein. 130; Walbaum, IBS; Berenbrolck, 134) Kohlmeyer, IBli Klahro, 183. Total. 811. Fianrma. Hahir Pal Keanay to Sleep In Two Minute. Philadelphia, Jan. 21. Tho much advertised Btere O Donncll-Yanlt Kenney six-round pleaa oatry did not matrfnllro ic-nlprht. Htorn O'Don nell's brolcon linger Intorfercd. Peter Mahor was ln the house and consented to go on with Eenney. Ho proceeded to pot a speedy quietus on the ambitions of Mike Donovan's protege', and mnde tbe big; follow look: Ilko a rank counterfeit In e time. The men shook bands. Kenney made an awkward stab, and they clinched. Poter put left on body and right on jaw. and Kenney went down and stayed eight seconds. Maher rushed him when he arose and landed repeatedly. Finally a right and left pn the Jaw at close quarters put Ken ney to sleep for keeps. The round lasted two minutes. Gesstp or the Hlng. Yomns. Jan. 21. Billy tfewman has been ap pointed matchmaker of the Warerly A. C. of this city. Dick O'Brien, who la at Lewlston, Me., saya ho will meet any middleweight ln the world, at 108 pounds, for $300 to (3,000 a side. O'Brien declarea he la In tha best of condition. Mike Leonard haa bn matched to box Jack Ben nett or Pittsburg at Toronto on Jan. 20. The affair will be for twenty rounds. Leonard declares if he wins he will tackle Joe Qana again. The pair boxed a draw at 'Frisco last if ay. Constant Reader. New York. On Not. 11. 1898, at Haspeth. L. I., he announced his retirement and re Unqulshed the championship to Peter Maher, after the lattar had defeated bleio O'Bonnell tnons round. Jack Fox and Alack Soott were matched last night to box twenty rounds within fourweeka before the club offering the best purse. The battlo will he at ISA pounds, weigh In at 3 o'clock. Tbe boxers are to meet on next Tueaday at Brooklyn to sign articles. 8am rttzpatrick arranged a match yesterday be tween Jack Daly and Hatty Matthews, to tako plaoe at Athens, Pa, next Monday night. The pair will boxntUrn rounds at 133 pounds. Paddy Fenton of Boston waa originally selected to meet Matthews, but as he railed to comply with th article of agree ment Daly was substituted. A letter reeelred from South Africa yesterday by Fred Miller. Billy O'Donneli'a manager. Imparted th Information that Jimmy Murphy, the well-known Australian boxer and brother to "Australian Billy" Unrphy, Is dead. Jimmy Murphy waa rat's! aa a clerer boxer, and the South African sports were will lag, a few months ego. to match him against any on lahU class for (10,000 a aide. Kid McPaxtland la suffering from an accident which la likely to keep him from the ring for sometime to oome. While watching a game of billiards at Buffalo the other night a frleud pulled the chair away upon which tho Kid waa seated, and Mcl'artland fell to tha hard door, striking hla head against a radiator. Mo Psrtland received an ugly gash and tha blood flowed freely. A surgeon put three stitches in the wound. Bldeman or tha Rchaetaea Corps. Th following scores were mado ln the third winter competition of tha New York City Schuetsen Corpa at Zattler'a rlflo gallery on Thursday nlghtt It. Buss. 245.241; It. Handler, 228, 2:13; II. Boon. 207. 122: J. facklamm. 2H8, vaO: l. Uelger. 205. 2U4i A. Harder 130 173; A. Keller, 222. 231; J K.llor. 300, 232; II Kalllky. 213, 104; M. Lober, 23H, 222; J. Metiaer 182,210; C. Iloedel. 214, 203; O. llange. 217. 18i H. sohnlobe. 223. 237; 0. Hahnemaan, 210, 213; U. Urensteln, 213, 214. ' ' "' Trap Sheatlag. Although the weather conditions were farorabl yesterday, no member of th Jrannette OunClub was able to mats a full eoore. Th pigeons wero a good lot, and they reoeleed plenty of asalstaao from a lively breeae. The soores; OlaaaA-O. F. otrarmann. 28 yards, 8; Ch. Meyer SSyards, 8; H. Oiton, 08 yards. 0; C. N. Brunlo. 28 yarls,8;H.Pape,3 yards. 8t J. Lott. 32 yards. 0; i'Va,'? yaris. 7F. Karsten. 28 yards, 7; M. Packard, 28yards, 7 C. Stetfens. 33 yards. 7. o.C,a".u-:wl,;,UoJ,man'1' i jards. u, c. Ilellshom, 85 yards, 5; C. Faehrrnbach. 2f3 yards. i I.llelmckc. 28 yards, at C. BohUng, 25 yards, ; Hiram Illgelow! 23 yard., i); N. Oerdes, 33 yards, 0; F. II. Elileu. 2it yards. 7 II. Rohlfs, 25 yard. 7; N.Cruslus, JrT. 23 yards, 0. In the shoot-orr for class A tie J. Lott won. In daaa B. II. Bohlfs finished In front. Yesterday's attendance at th first shoot of tho Washington Heights dun Club, held on the club grounds, Klngsbrldg road and I70th street, waa not aa large aa expected. Eight men took part lntho match, each shooting at fourteen birds. 'Ih result 5V ".'; E' ."oelnlk. 14; O. Pheckel, 111; C.Terwilliger. 18; F. Soherry, 11; II. V. Harrison. 12; Dr. FrlXn berg, U;y,ltoedel,10.J.Bolden,ll, '"mvu Bawling ate. Ther la considerable Interest among the memlier of Ibo Crescent A. C. of Br.Kiklyn orcV the eSJg match games with tha Boston A. A., aud tho Bowling Ummltteof th former haa made a careful selec tion of tho men who will represent th Brooklyn I organisation. There will be lwrnty players oil eiin ' aide, instead of ftf teen, and these will b divided Into :Sur,f.m- Th; Creaoent'a teama will lw maile up of the following: Msgulre. T. Anderson. Jr., JloKeever. I llalstcd. Vamlerveer, Burch, Contrell, Btoutenburah I Jet''t.8,bl,."', Do'le' Ualntrton .NelaiS. "taS ' dalhWaber, J, 11. Bard, Kdwards, Allen, Todd and Uowlloc Camea Te-Wigbl. Harlem Republlran Club Wlnsor 1 va Prospect. Wholesale Drug Trado Association, alleya I and 2 Err,. Wohtntmaa, Itoessler A llaaslaoher and 1 rurn Kltchrra Co.;alleya 3 and 4-Uplohn Pill and Oranulo Compauy, Merck A Co., and Laniuan A ( Lltho-Artlst Bloisfeld and Lamprecht, F, Kluck en and Wrndt. and llarteorn and Non Irk, Khler's Oak Pirates. Universal 1, aad Universal 2. ' Snort. luru's Exposlttou Afteruoon, A. Paulson and L. Johnson, Jr. Evening A. bllrer and c. K. htarr. Tfon.',.. Brtgad League-Thirteenth Heglment, Third Mattery, and Tw.nty-thlrd Ibtglmeal. at Tbtl Uenthlteglm.nl Armory i yorty-aeventh lleglueat gVpUHuBtHmvau onyT.nUi UeJuSaS! I - CLEItMONT AV. (NEAR JtYRTLE AV.) n!&E,8KAT,NC RUMK. MOltNINU 10-12; AFTERNOON 2-8; EVE.NINO H-Il. Admlaslou BOa, Including skate and coat check Hockey Hatch, Maturtlax nvenlnr, I'. .11. . F'Z$ lam Irom PHIXCETO.V ra. Brooklyn Skat IngClnb. Ilandlrap naoea. JOE DONOHPK against LETTS and aU comers. i BIBLE BUOOXIAO. Company I Wins the llandaama Kemp Trophy -Comsaai V Clark Prlae. The Edward Kemp and Col. Emmons Clark trophy matches woro finished last night nt th Seventh Regiment rifle ranees by Company II. Tho rivalry between tha different companies over the Kemp trophy has been very keen, as this la considered to bo the handsomest prize In the organliatton and tho holdora aro considered In the light of champions. Tho rosult shows Company I ln tho van by 6 points over Company F. This is the second truphy that Company I haa won this season, tho other being; tho llal ated. It looks as if the mombers of the company soon would becomo the crack shooters of tho gallant Seventh. The total of 2,050 points mado by Company F for the Col. Clark trophy Is quite meritorious, as Is also the fact that the men havo won it turee consecutive timet. Company JI's scores follow: t EDWARD KEMP TROPHY M ATCn. 200 BOO -. ...... L . Tarda. XanU. Total Private S. M. Richardson 84 24 4ri Sergeant L. J. Jnsoelyn 23 24 4n Llsut. J. Wotherspoon 2 24 4a Sergeant A. M. Presslngor 21 24 43 Sergeant E. W. Lancaster 23 21 44 Private 8. W. Ford 23 21 44 Private W. O. Itelro. 23 21 48 Corporal J. II, Ford vi 23 49 Private Q. II. storm 21 82 41 Private W. D. HcCllntook 20 28 43 Private B. W. Butler. 20 22 42 Lieut. J. B. Holland 17 23 4a Capt. C. E. Lvdecker 81 20 41 Corporal L. V. Ennla 18 23 41 Sergeant W. B. MUea 21 10 40 Private IL O. Dean 20 20 40 Private W. Sergeant 20 20 40 Private II. II. wotherspoon, Jr.... 10 21 40 Private M.K. Miller 23 17 80 Private IL A. arnesbeck, Jr 10 20 Btf Prtvat A. K. Drak is 21 30 Private M.S. Ds Costa 18 20 8 Private F. A. Hooka 10 18 87 Private o. W. Swain 18 lo 87 Private W. J. HIggs so 11 m Totals boo 022 1.0J1 COL. EMMOXS CLARE TROPHY MATCH. 200 300 .... . Vard: Yard: Total. Corporal J. K. Salter, Jr 21 28 44 Private T. E. Wood 20 23 41 Private II. A. Murphy 20 23 41 Private J. Dwlght 10 28 42 Private I. P. Walker 18 2!l 41 Private W. O. Wood 20 20 in Private W. L. O. HcOulre 21 18 I'll Prlvat W. P. IL Bacon lo 20 8i Private A. R. Bunnell is 1 8J Private W. Ltnson 21 17 81 Private O. W. Stout 18 20 88 PrivateJ. A. Ketl 10 is 87 Privato C. U. Leouor) i0 10 sa Private O. E. Baldwin 18 18 Stl Private J. It. Post is 17 81 Prlvato A. C. Postley 10 18 at Corporal F.ILCrary is IB St Prlvato L. K. Turk in i 11 Sergeant W. O. Coats 18 13 no Private F. K. Oarrett 17 13 SO Private C O. hlmpson 17 18 so Private F. P. Collins la 18 Vtf Corporal F. II. Moffett !i7 11 2 Private O.W.Hopklna..... ..."..,.13 is 2 Private C. A. Piatt ..""lB 7 vj To,ala 005 030 i.m'j The totuls for the two competition follow : EDWARD KEMP TROPHY. 200 300 . Verif. Tard$. Total. Companyl. 314 B0 1 n?4 Company F 310 830 1 0110 Company B b13 B43 , (,j-, Company n BOB 022 1,031 Company 0 602 B21 .0U Company K 502 610 l.tus Company 0 4B7 BIS 1 old Company D 4US BOS l.ll'U Lompauy K 4H oil vv Company A . 4V0 480 H7 ITOL EMMO.V8 CLARK TROPAY. Compsny F 1,007 1,013 2,030 Companyl 073 1 0m .us Company B 1179 1002 l.tm Company K 082 -2 1.H7I Company V 0711 uin l.tit) Company II oon 74 1,1111 Compsny H u5 0.10 I.PI8 Company O pno mil 1,1ml Compauy A t)02 1,77 1 ;tu Company E quj 1,30 1,71 1 fSnoRnmnn's (G001I5. fCSV4 WE HAVE O.V EXIIIIIITJO.V t THE '98 MODELS I ;; Tho Pierce, Tho Crawford, ;; " Victor, " Orient, j; ' Slcurns, ' Duyton ; MICYCIsKS, THAT ' WE SELL" On our popular plan of t J J AND ,', 10 or IS HOXTIILl'l'ATM EXT.H Ol' ; : $3.50, $r,.oo, $o.as. CALL Olt WHITE. I The Equitable General Providing: Co., ;; 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. , , (Third 1 luur, CuliimbUi Jlullilliiu). I! 1123 B'way, cor. 25th st. o (Third Hour, Joiciisi-ikI JliiltiUnuj. Tho Tinklium Cycle Co., li X0.31U WESTBUTJI ST. J 'I BROOKLYN BRANCH: i. NO. 104 MONTAOUi: STUBIIT (Fifth rioor, t'rtmhlln Trust Vo.Jl'y), I A CYCLE SHOW OF '98'S. t aa4Xaea? ' 1898 Liunwood8 $40aiid"$5O. Alaavoluicly acm uf irfft'Mlou. Alto O.UOC other inftkes 5. 'iU udU V5. L G. 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