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I CURKKNT SPORTING TALK.
I rrBBA UASV TUB OLBTBZASDa Alt O
jrjum of tub nvLBs.
I' rey "" w,,h ' n,n ,h Drnh nl"-
, rrnhlblllns obseaallj Carpenters'
I urine en BrooUlisi'a Kerr Grounde Mors)
I Talk Aeut leesilnsi tuslaa Clab Licenses.
I Tll, n,tmbtr of tbs Cleveland IiCtiirrie team
I are dlieruntled over the prospeot of having to
I dm the Brush rule. Frank Do Uaas Itoblaon,
PrtiMint ot lha elub' w" on8 ct tha Prlnc,Pal
I itDonenti of the rule at the recent Leatmo
Bvsellns', bnt voted for It when ho found that his
I M u hopeless. Since that tlma Itoblaon has
dmh living out statements to the effect thaf.ho
I Joes not believe In the rule because of the llfo
I MniltT clause. He overlooks the faot that
I there are provisions for suspensions of Jars.
I .ek, months, years, or life, Vfhlch mean
J,t plsrtrs will receive 'every chance to
I !, bsnlihment for life. Tebeau. following
I J Koblson's footsteps, refuses to ask his play.
" t0 ,gD the ilocumont. and wants to consult
Utrrers as to its legality. The signatures ot
U plejers aro required merely as a. matter of
form, to that ther cannot say when brought bo
fors the Board of Dlsclollno that they did foot
know IbfT wcre violating any rule when In
dulglng In unprintable vulgarity. If Tebeau
end tbs Clevelands. thereforo, do not comply
nth tbs strict wording of the rulo, rtoblson will
t, the one to blame. Umpires will, no doubt,
recti's special Instructions to single out mem
bers of the Cleveland team on the slightest
mrocatlon and prefer charges against them,
fi tIsw of the fact that Tebeau's players were,
the originators ot the tactics that have ills
raced the game, tbelr objections to rales;oalcu
fetal to free the sport or such ovils show tbem
m In n unonvlablo light. The umpires have)
received power, though, to squelch the toughs
ul thtUK, and liter are expected to exercise
tkelr authority to the limit.
Tho army of carpentors who have been hur
rrlne to finish the new grounds of the Brooklyn
Bab "Me ordered on strike yesterday by a
couple of walking delegates of the United
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiuors. The
carpenters vtere receiving $3 a day, but they
ere ordered to demand :i.'JB. Most of them
I !,! tlity ttcre satlsllcd with S3, but it was ex
plained to them that It they did not quit work
(rheii ordered to so they would bo llablo to a
Cue Tho contractors and President Kbbets
denounced the proceedings as an outrago ana
tld that the work noulil proceed to-day even
U non-union men were engaged. Many of the
carpenters "ho struck declared that they would
return to work today regardless ot the edict.
Tbs SU Louis and Milwaukee teams played
tnentylnnliig game on last Sunday, the for
mer winning: by a score of lti to 11. This
comes very near being a record for a praotlco or
exhibition name between clubs of different
letvues. Sudboll and Taylor did tho pitching
for St. Louis and had to work hard as the West
ern Leairuers plaroil fast ball. Lave Cross
scored the winning run and Tim llurst danced
After tho promoters of boxing clubs had
radically abandoned all bopo of socurlng li
censes they were once more startled yesterday
tr tbs statement of President York ot the Po
lice Hoard to the effect that tho Commissioners
Hire decided to reconsider tho license question
tni mar grant a, few to-morrow. One week
aroyesicrdny was the last time licenses wore
looked for, because of a notice that thoy would
be Issued then, but the Commissioners did not
sten consider the matter, owing to other bust
cess, It was explained. Sporting men who are
interested sjy that the odds are decidedly
Sfilnst the Issuing of licenses, even to-morrow.
While It has been whispered that the Cornell-Coinmbia-l'nivcrslty
of Pennsylvania regatta
will in all probability bo hold nt Poiiichkeepsie,
there Is another story in clrculntlcn. especially
si Columbia, that tho race will bo rowed at
Saratoga Lake, principally because the Pough
ieepsle poople aro not willing to "defray half
ef the expenses." Another reasou advanced Is
that It will bo Impossible for five crews to row
toder the brldgo on tha Hudson, whereas at
Eiritoga there Is room enough for half a dozen
crens. It is admitted, however, that tho lack
tf launches to be used by coacbers at Saratoga
Bay provide, un obstaclo before tho selection is
Bull Brady's ltocueetera Fall llefora tho !Yew
t The Rochester of the Eastern Leaguo were
I tit victims of the New Yorks at the Polo
Grounds yesterday In a gamo that was nothing
short of being tlresomo to 200 half-frozen
f cranks. The Eastern Leaguers, who are owned
;; br a syndicate headed by W. A. Brady, did not
elsmce themselves by any means, although
l tbtir work nt times was rather sloppy. The
,, New Yorks showed nn improvement In their hit--
tot. but that, was about all. Uoheny and Sey-
Eour did allot the pitching, wbilo Ruslo and
eekin were permitted to rest, as tho ctny was
too raw for them to run any risks. Mike Tier
tin's heavy hlttlngwas tbo feature. The scoro:
tr tobk. aocuKsna.
n. ls.ro. a. a. n. 1b. ro.i.i.
tniltren.cf.IJ s 0 0 0 Walters. cf..l 12 0 1
tltrnm.lr.,.1 4 3 0 0 Uonn;r,u....l 3 2 0 a
Jorci, 1U....0 1 13 0 0 Eagan, ir....l 14 0 1
DlTll.K. ...2 2 2 0 1 UasJr.lb...l 3 H 1 0
Oleuon. Sb.l 3 B 2 0 stieffler,rf...l 1 a 0 0
fcCreery.rfl nao 2 Clymer, 2b.. I 2 2 2 n
anman,3b.3 2 0 S 0 German, 3b. .0 2 10 1
truer, c 13 2 0 1 Boyd, o 0 0 2 2 0
Ortdy.c 0 0 11 0 Morse, p 0 n 0 0 0
Pohiny, p 2 10 0 OlQUIen, p 0 0 0 8 0
trmour,p..O 0 0 3 0
Totals.... 0 1124 12 7
Totals.... 14 10 27 14 41
(wYork 2 4 2 0 14 10 ..14
' Bocbeiter 0 3100020 00
Flnl base by errors New York. Si Rochester, 2. Left
en oaiet New York. 10: Rochester, 7. First base on
balls-Off Donenr, 1; off Seymour, 1; off allien, 1.
Struck out By boheny, 2; by Seymour, li by Ollleu,
1. Base blta Off Doheny. 4 In nro Inulnsai off Sey
mour, 7 la four Innings; off Morse. 12 in four Innings i
en amen. 7 In four tnnlmts. Two-biue blta Oleaion.
Bartman, Sonner. .Stolen baae Darls. Double play
r-l'ali. Oleason and Joyce. Hit by pllcber lly
gone, 1, wild pltcb Doheny. Paased ball Boyd.
CroDlre-lt. 3, Sulllran: assistant, Sandy CJrimn.
raiscETOx, 8 1 oxoaotTowx. 2.
WumioTOK, April 11. Prlnoetoa defeated George
town University to-day. Oeorgeieirn played a louse
fame, wbtle Princeton's performanott was perfect,
oe home team went to pieces In the third Inning,
and. as the rain stopped the gameattbe end of the
sixth Inning, they bad no eha nco to pull down the
lead secured Dy the visitors In the third Inning. The
n. ls.r.o. a. i. n. ln.r.0. a.a.
Daffonl.Sb .1 0 0 1 1 Sutar, If 2 10 0 0
pownes, cf..0 0 0 0 0 Th'mpa'n. cf.2 1 2 u 0
Kpran, H....1 118 SKafer.o 1 OHIO
Walsh, if ...0 12 0 0 Kelly, lb.. ..0 0 0 0 0
M Cartby, If.U 1 1 0 0 Duller, as... .3 10 10
Valoney, o. 0 0 4 8 1 llanett. 3b. .0 110 0
Buglies, Kb .0 0 4 0 O'Burkii. 2b.. ..1 0 12 0
Catty,!!,, o 1 s 0 Ull'tobtVn.rf.O 0 0 0 0
powd, p. ...o 0 u 0 Oilllldebr'dt.p.l 0 0 10
solllrn....o 000 0
Totals 9 4 18 8 0
TdtaU 2 4 18 8 01
Batted for Dowd la the sixth Inning.
5orgelown 2 0 0 0 0 0 t
rtlnceton 1 2 4 0 0 28
First baae on errorsPrlnoetoa, 8. Left on baser
oeorielonn. Hi Princeton, 0. First baas on halls Off
Powd, s off Illldebrandt, 0. Struck out-Ry Dowd,
4i by Illldebrandt, 7. Home run Duller. Three baso
sll-Morau Two-bae blta Barrett, Casey. Sacrince
aitt-Puwd. Thompson. Stolen bases IlatTord. Suter,
JUinrion. Duller Pouhle playa lloloncr anrtCairyi
Sutler. Iiurke and Kelly, lilt by pltchr By Hllde
trsnot, 1 1 by Dowd, 1, Wild pltcbea-Uowd, 11. Urn-lre-'harlea
t-crder. Time 1 hour and 80 mlnuies.
salllmore 3 0 0 14 18 0 ..28 SO 4
oromo 1 10 0 8 0 0 2 010 18 8
Batterln-Sops, Hughes and Clarkei Johnson, Ba
bsr and Roenny.
Sblladelphla,. ..10001200 1 6 7 2
ontreai 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 8 0
;s'tUrles-yi0eld, Duggleby, and Flsbori Ulllln and
, . a. n. r.
'terson 0 8 2 0 8 0 8 1 4-18 10 2
Cuban Slants,, ,0 0021 000 2 BUS
Bauejies-McaianU, Joaee. and Hunti Oarter and
, a. ti. K.
MMealer. 0 081000 8 7 10 3
'lon 0020010 08 80
Bstterles-Clausen and Wenlet Klobedani, Willis,
'rentiu, ,na yeager.
obn,sA7"P01"' Md-yle ,,,,w BcIool, 18) 8t.
Baseball Oatnea To.Oay.
New Turk ts. Rochester, at the Polo Grounds.
S"d0Ks. lirooklyn. at Reading.
i-5! '" ."' ' Nor'h Carolina, at Winston,
vale y of v",l"l vs. Prtnoaton, at Charlottes-
f"-Louis ra Milwaukee, at St. Lonls.
n.i '"po"s vs. Cincinnati, at Indianapolis.
Baltimore ts. Toronto, at Baltimore.
entown vs. lloaton, at Allentuwn.
nianora va Yale, Law School, at VUlanora,
vlir"!"n Tt Yale, at Washington.
!.V, Tl- "Prlngfleld, at Newark.
"tertburg ve. Cuban X Qlants, at Petersburg-.
,S"''bo. April 1). The Harvard freshman nine
..'Ju I'opsluson Bobool nine this aftarnoon on
Bo. dlers- Field by a .core of 0 to 1.
-.fblon U.B.O. would like to arrange game
", ?.'"'fs. hos players averaga 18 to 17 years,
! ii??' ,,,m Pra'erred, Addreae A. 1U Brealer,
llroailway. care of Flower Co.
elidVI ?urS' of ,h Kewark Club yesterday
o.n?.Vri.,I,,z0rF, the crack outflaldar oX the
Ouk!?.,""!'0. Clu'- Br.Oray laacradnatecf the
university o PenasyjTsaU anTa, oab 52 the
5rA??,i1,,8J?,,lb- Dnrlng tha past two seasons,
h ?5 was fcTaylng with Oranirs team, many
?" lrt to hia slgnatura to a eonlract, bnl
w'.r?..,ln.,,cJ,r,,L Orey will prove a valuable ac
?.n..,L,,l,on l0 ,h Mm- as he Is a hard hitter and a
feat all-around player.
iJPXORiV' pr" 'i-Tjhe fetlowlng special regard
ins; tha Chloago baseball tram waa recatred from New
Orlaane to-nlghti Burns left for Mobile to-day.
Birmingham to-morrow. Orlrnth and Friend not
wrtnteam. Deserted without canse at Mobile, Dnrns
worrlad. Orlfflth had war fever,"
Osuxor, April II, The arrangsmenta for the open
ing of the baseball season at the orange Oval are
practically completed. The team has txen practic
al ir settled, but a single position remaining In doubt,
J.n1 Jh" reasonably certain, II Is probable that
iiark JtcOrlllM will bo manager, negotiations to that
effeot being under way but not yet ooncluded. Tha
team will be tha following i Pitchers. Wrslarvalt and
Vorhlat catcher. O'Neill l tint base, norneri seoond
base, Kelloggi third base, Stanleyi shortstop, Orle
sengeri left naid, Whlttakrri centre fleidand cap
tain, Thomaei right field, Reunnlng, Oray, or Robin
son, with the probablllllea In the order named.
Reserve men, Callahan, Nlcbola, Place, and possibly
'he !M"rdale Field Cub win put a strong nine In
be field this season. Harry Weatervelt, formerly of
Englewood, will do the pitching, and tha nine will
aiaotnclnd Jonea ot laal year'a Nutloy A.C., Win.
dlsch of the Hospitals of Morris Plains, and Tooker of
last year'a lloboken Field Club. The opening game
will la with New York A. Cat Travera Islana nsxt
Batnniay, Other games scheduled are aa follows!
April 23, Seventh Regiment, at Van Cortlandti April
SO, New Jersey A. C, at llayonnet May 4, Cranford
A. C. at CrautordiMav 7, Athletlei, at VanCort.
laadli May 14, Amakaaaln n. B. C. of Yonkers. at
VanConlandti May 21, noboken r. C, at Van Cert
landti May 2d, Suburban A. C, at Van Cortlandti
May 80, Murray Hills, at Van Cortlandti Jnna 4. Vol.
iinteerA. A., at Van Cortlandti June 11, New York
A. a. at Van Cortlandti June IR. New Jersey A. C
at Van Cortlandti June 20, Murray mils, at Van
Cortlandti July I, Cranford A, c. at Van Cortland t.
For games address Robert C. Wood, 80 Broad at. I
Ttaa'Jeeher Club's Campaign Opens at Best
Dinars Two Vavorllea Win.
Wasuinoton, April 11. The Jockey Club's
season for tho year opened at Bennlngs this
afternoon, when the Washington Jockey Club
threw open Its gates for Its twelve-day spring
meeting. The weather was cloudy and threat
ening ana during tho races showors tell. Tho
attendance was largo, which indicates that the
meeting promises to bo a successful one. The
day's racing was Interesting, and Matt Byrnos
did good work with tho flag with tho exception
ot the opening race, when be kept the Hold at
the post for over half an hour. As tbo racos did
not begin until after 3 o'clock, it was 7 o'clock
before tho crowd got back into tho city. Ihore
were seventeen layers in tha ring, and at the
end of tha day they all had the money, as First
Fruit, a '2 to 0 chance, and Fillgranc, at 4, to 0,
were the only winning favorites. The other
races wsro won by long shots.
It la said that the outlaw horsemen will roako
an attempt to race nt Prospect Park, near Balti
more, and it la further said that on Thursday
thoy will opon there to mako n test case out of
the new Maryland law. Summaries to-day:
First Race. Six furlongs Summer Sea. 110 (Lit-
tleOeld). 20 to 1 and 8 to 1, won: ilandpress. 100
(Hewitt), even fur place, secoud;Ortoland, 101 (O'Con
nor), third. Time, 1:10. The Manxman. Mary Jonea.
Vtgrnta, Commercial Traveller, Kamuraakl, Judge
Warden, Redd uidd. and Princess India also ran.
Second race Four furlongs. Ftllgrano, 110 (Llttte
neld). 4 to 0 and out. worn St. Clair, 110 (U. Doggett),
4 to o for place, eocond BoneyBoy. 107 (O'Leary),
third. Time, 0i94ta- Overboard, Five o'clock, Cav
allerla. Matte O., Bizuoue, and Al Reevee also ran.
Third Kaoe Six and a bait furlongs. Her Own
101 (O'Connor), 20 to 1 and 8 to 1, worn Louise N.,
107(Hlrsch), etol for plsce, second! Lucid (US),
third. Time, 1:28 . HI Daddy, Wordsworth, Lam
bent. Bob Leach, Atlantus.Burnap, Decanter, Sir Dick
and Fercy I', alao ran. Percy F. was the favorite, but
he felt after going a quarter. Neither he nor Cun
tttngbam. his jockey, was injured.
Fourth Race six and a half furlongs. First Fruit
(O'Connor), 2 to 0 and out, woni Sophomore, 110
(Ulnch), even for place, second: Maaconomo, 107
(Lewis), third. Time, 1:23b- Crowley, Chancellor
B.. Elterslle, Belle, and Sweet Sound also ran.
Fifth Race One mile. Our Johnny. 105 (Irrlng),
IB to 1 and A to 1, woni Sensational. 100 (O'Connor),
2 to 1 for i lace, second! Thomas Cat, 100 (Hewitt),
third. Time. l:40ia. King T.. Alarum, Don't Care,
Bluo Devil, and Will Elliott also ran.
The programmo for to-morrow follows:
First Race Five and a half furlongs South Africa,
10B; Sallust and Oen. Maceo, US: The -Tory, lllj
1'lantalu and Flllament. 8U Ortboa. SB: Red Spider,
10S; Oceana, 103 Takanaasea, 118iLady Tenny, 87:
Second Race The Arlington Stakes; half a mile.
8lr Florlan, 114; Chemisette. Uarnko, I'reattdlglta
trloe, and Tartan, 10 1 Chanter, CaTetlcrla, Counaet
lor Wernberg. Hueber, Deceptive, and Iallngton, 1 12.
Third Race One milo. Feala, 84; Olenolne. 80; Oc
tave, 98: Beau Ideal, 107: Knight ot the Oarter, 1U0.
Fourth Race naif a mile. Merrlnesa, Tut Tut. Sub
Jeot and Boney Boy, 87t Rhodymenla. Kxtreme and
Tyrahema, 100 Holden, 102 Deceptive, 104, Sir
FlflhRace Hurdles: one mile and a half. Valor
ous, 18: Squan and Bisque, 141; Rustaln (doubtful
starter), 181. '
Keelson Wins the locaablre Handicap Steeple
London, April 11, The Lancashire Handicap
Steeplechase of 2,000 sovereigns, 1,730 sov
ereigns to tho winner, 150 sovereigns to tho
second, and 100 sovereigns to the third, throe
miles and a. half, was run at Manchester to-day.
Tho race was won by C. J. Cunningham's Keel
son, 0 years old ; Mr. M. Firth's Donnor, G years,
was second, and Cant A. E. Whltaker's Baroal
whey, aged, third. Eighteen horses ran. Ths
bottingwas 4 to 1 asalnBt Keelson, 100 to 0
Donner, and 100 to 7 Barcalwhey.
Tbo ITInnrrs nt Bzempbls.
Memphis, Tenn., April 11. Four of the six favorites
won at Montgomery Park to-day before a big crowd
and over a fast track, The Tennessee Club 'purse at
six furlongs was the feature ot the card, and was won
by Will Wallace's Banished, who beat Mtllstream by
a nose for the money. High Jinks, from tbs same
stable, won tho fifth race, after being well backed at
oddaof2tol. Alfenslna, who finished second, and
Bob Neely, who finished third In the ateepleohaee,
were disqualified for running out of ths course. Sum
mary: First Race Five-eighths of a mllei selling. Pearl
Walker. 104 (Vancamp), 8 to 1, woni llenrloa. 118
ik. Barrett), 18 to B, second; Jim Lisle, 108 (It.
laaon). IB to 1, third. Time. 1i03j. Johnny Mo
ll ale. Maangellne. Harris Floyd, Wlnslow, Bug arfoot.
Bill Billy, and Shrimp flnlahed as named.
Second Race Half tnllei two-year-old maidens.
Lteber Anton, 1 IB (T. Burns;, 7 to S, woni Banish,
108 (Morrison). 4 to 1, second: Sagltta, 108 (Donley).
7 to 1, third. Time, 0:SOa4. Bad Pirate, Annlhllator,
Judge Rankin, Baron St. Pierre, andBob Baas finished
Third Baca Three-quarters of a mile. Tennessee
Club l'urse. Banished. Iu8 (Beauchamp), 4 to 1,
won; Mtllstream, 102 (Crowhurst), 20 to 1, second;
Globe II.. lOt (A.Barrett), U to 2, third. Ttme.lilO.
Lady Irene. Reefer, and Tom Lilly finished aa named.
Fourth RaceOne mile; Bailing, Wilson, 87 (T.
Burns), A to 8, woni George 0. Cox, 07 (Crowhurst).
12 to 1, second; leanor Holmes, 84 (Thompson). 4 to
1. third. Time, li444. Jane. Moncrellb, Dajqull,
Nlmrod, and The Professor finished as named.
Fifth Race Five-eighths ot a mllei selling. High
Jinks. 108 (Beauchamp), 8 to 6. wont Lennep. 104
(Newoompy). 8 to I, second: Trombone, 108 (T.
Burns), B to 1, third. Time, IiOSKj. Crocket, Pearl,
Al Lone, Mongolian, Empress Josephine and Ran
dacao flnlahed as named.
Sixth Race About two mtlos, selling; steepleonase.
Capt. Plersal. 128 (0. Murphy). 7 to 10. woni Belra,
107 (C. Brown), 4 to 1, aeoond. Time, b:0314 Alton
alna ran second and Bob Neely ran third, but were
Hasina at Newport.
CixcixxiTt. April 11. Favorltea took four ot the
alx races at Newport to-day, all won pulling up. Just
before tbs third Owen BraJley thought so little of
Deyo that be gave her to Starter "Curly" Brown.
The filly won ror hsrnew owner easily. In tbe fourth
Plaudit's half brother. Chelsea, ran alrmut last
In a big neld. Ureatland made bis second start
end won bla second victory as ha pleased. In
the preliminary exordia before the last race the
stable boy fell off Blanking Brush, the horse run
ning away two miles and a half. Blacking Brush was
withdrawn and a new book made, summary;
First Race Six furlongs. I'ancnlta II., Kill (Ora.
ham). 2 to 1, won: Judra Baker, 108 (J. Perkins), 0
tol. aecond; ottlla, 108 (Nett), 8 to 1, third. Time,
1 Baooiid Race Four furlonga Blaok Venue, IIS (N,
Turner), 2 to B. won; Tansy II., 110 (Aker), A lo 1,
seeondi Luna, 110 (Overton). 7 to li third. Time,
"'Third Race Sevan furlongs. Deyo. 100 (Cbenault),
7 to 1. wont Barllarla, 107 (J.Oardner). 7 to 1, aeo
ond; Duchess of York, 108 (Sullivan), 28 tol, third,
iourib Race One mile Swordsman, 108 rshep-
herd), 8 toB, woni Dominica. JOB (N. .Turner). IS to
1, eecondi Faslg, 107 (Southard), 4 to 1, third. Time,
llmtfi Race Four and a half furlongs. Oreatland,
1 is rPerklns). 2 to B, wen: Deblalse, I0S (N, Turner),
p to , seondi John F. Vogl, I0H (C. Clay), 20 lo I,
"sixthTRaci-Ono mlle.-Liew Anna, 101 (Turner),
R ii i wuniCa-rle Lyle, 10B (Uo)Illian), 4 lo 1. sea.
ond; iloVkwobd. 108 (Sullivan), 8 to 1, third. Time,
Ken a from tbe lleren World.
naclna men are looking forward with Interest to
.h. anm-oochlug production of a work entitled
ftlois to Training." It will Include a list or all
hor?'"en.gea In stake, or likely to run thl.r.aron
v.tern tracks. It will also hae the name of every
FwMsa&ld destined to race tula season, and should
hi lovaluable as a book of reference among regular
raoeioers" The work has been compiled with great
car' by U. A. Buck and Joseph J. Burks, aud U now
lis the bands of the printers,
lowing at Colombia.
Tbe spring regatta of tbeColumbla University
Rowing Club has-been postponed until April
20 Tbs committee in charge of arrangements
decided on the chango in order that more time
might be given to the crews to get into shape.
H il Oddle of the 'Varsity olght rece vod anln
ii'rr to bis foot on Saturday, which will prevent
l,il rn.ln for about two weeks. Belts of tho
.ilS?W 'Varsity -It filling Oddia's place, and
"mtth! -fresb-an, ha. leett substituted for
Uaebl!-!ew arU (Leatgua Team) vs.
TOB ZATlMBtt'AT.T IIOVT,
. m .1
Tnex Treat rhlladelphtans te a Clever Rsalbt
PmtDKLPniA. April 11. Ths cloverest six
round f)ght that has over been brought off hers
was that between Kid Lavlgne and Jack Daly
nt the Arena to-night, and when the gong
sounded In tho sixth round it would
havo been nlmost Impossible to havo named
the winner. Daly did moroot the leading, but
was ft trifle wild. It was then that Lavlgne
got In his work. However, tho Kid was
by far the most used up mau of the two at the
end, and from Bisections he would not have been
very dangerous for Daly had tho bout gone ten
rounds. Ho bears marks all around his body
and also possesses a dlscolorod left eye.
The general Impression among those who
know tho lighting game was that Lavlgne whs
the better man in a long fight. He
did not land as otten, It Is truo, but
when ho did get In the steam behind
the blows was somothlng to marvel at. Two or
three times he got home on Daly's body with
forco enough to mako most men quit tho bust
ngss for good, and nt the end of the
fourth round tho effect was more or
less appnront in Italy's actions. However,
nt this lime Lavlgno stoppod his heavy
leads and nppoarod tired, wbllo Daly seemed
strongor than whon ho entered the ring. He
made the Saginaw man in these two rounds
look anything but llko tho fighter he claimed
It la a question whether Daly's constant tat
tooing on the Kid's f aco or Lavigno's body blow
cut tbo most Ice.
The men entered the ring about 10:28 o'clock.
As they stood in the middle Of the ring Daly's
height was impressive and also his roach. Both
men were In tbe finest condition.
Daly's good finish demonstrated that Bam
Fltxpatrlck bad put blm through the lines very
carefully. Boblnd Lavlgno were Harry Marks,
Jack logarty, and Harry Walton. Daly's
handlers wore Bam Fltxpatrlck, Danny Holland,
and Johnny Mack.
FiasT Rockd. No time was lest sparring for an
opening. Both men led. landed lefts, and then
cllDohed. Lavlgne again nsed his left bard. Then
Daly got In bis work In tha shape of a right-hand
uppercut, almoat flooring Lavlgne. Lavlgne atopped
an uppercut. A mtx-up followed, both exchanging
rights and lafta. Lavlgne led with laft and Daly
countered with tha left on Jaw, following It up with
another In the aame place. Lavlgne got In two left
hand leada as they broke away.
Secovd RoCKn. Daly opened with a light left on
face and then put a left on Jaw. Just before a clinch
Daly got In a right-hand uppercut. Now ensued
a great deal of one arm punching In a
clinch, whlcb had been agreed upon by the men.
Daly sent hie left to the Jaw and Lavlgne returned
on the body. Daly poked another on the Eld's Jaw
and Lavlgne put a hard one on the kldneya. Daly re
turned light, and tnen came a rapid exchange. La
vlgun got In a treiuendoua body blow and Daly
wtneed. Tho Kid followed this up with a blow on
Third Rooxd. Daly opened with a blow on the
face, Lavlgne roturned on the neck, and then placed
the right on the Jaw. Lavlgne landed left on the body
and Daly returned with the right, f ollowlngtt up with
terrlfio right and left ou the Jaw,ataggerlng Lavlgne.
The latter waa very wild. Lavlgne landed on the
wind, and Daly got In two right-hand awlngs on tbe
head. Lavlgne placed a heavy left on the neck.
FocitTii Roc.io. Lnvlgne looked wicked aa he cama
up. and before the round waa finished almost had tha
Wilmington delegate on the road to defeat. After a
clinch, aud after both had landed blows on tha neck,
Lavlgne put a hard right on tho face and left on the
iaw. He followed thta up with a left body blow,
ho Kid again got In a terrlfio bodypunoh. aohard
that be almost fell from the effort. Both men ex
changed blowa, but Daly had tbe better ot It. Both
landed on the Jaw aa tbe round olosed,
Firm Hound. This round was without feature and
atlghtly In Daly'a favor.
Sixth Rou.id. Daly opened with the left on tha
face and a mix-up ensued, both men being
very wild. Daly planted right and left awtnga
on the face and right and left In clinch.
Lavlgne appeared very tired. Daly followed his man
up and landed two face blows. Then he uppercut the
Kid. and It seemed aa though the latter would eurety
be knocked out. Daly followed thla np with right and
left. Then Lavlgne got In a very hard Jab on tha
neok. Daly got homo hard on the Jaw aa tbey
cllnohed. Daly fell short In a wild awing, and the
Kid landed at about half speed on Jack'a chest, when
the gong sounded.
noxlng ror ths TJeneflt of the sTanalUea r ths
Baltimore, April 11. The boxing carnival
for tho benefit ot tbe families of tbe Maine vic
tims took place to-night under the auspices of
tbe Eureka A. C.
Tho programme was a long one, there being
sixteen bouts. Jack Ward bested Johnny
Smith, Billy Whistler outpointed Dlok Rob
erts. Jim Jancy knocked out two men,
George Russell of Wilmington. In two
rounds, and lid Snowdon in one round; Joe Qatis
then attempted to stop "Young Starlight" of
Austrnlia and Charley Smyrna of Chester. Ho
was successful with tho Australian, putting
him to sleep In tbo tblrd round, Smyrna, how
evor, gave to Cans a bard struggle. For threo
rounds he managed to bold his own. but In tbe
fourth Oans floored his opponent. The police
then stonned tbe contest.
Jack ward of Newark has been matched to
light Casper Leon. Tbe contest will take place
on April 20 at the Eureka A. C.
Mnher Will Meet Jeffrie.
Peter Maher has decided to accept the purse
offered by Tom O'Rourko for a llmltod number
ot rounds between hlmBclf and Jim Jeffries at
Syracuse next month. Maher wired that he
was willing to accept the terms. Ho also stated
that Connolly, ono of his backers, would be In
town on Wednesday to make arrangements for
tbe raatcb. Tho date will be selected tho latter
part of this woek.
Goaalp or the. Itlnr.
Paul Kelly wanta to box Austin Rica again.
Tbe authorities at Pittsburg have refused to permit
any more boxing In that city after thla week.
Quite a crowd of sports saw Tommy White add an
other victory to his string by defeating Harry Lyons
at Chicago on Saturday night.
Dick O'Brien and Dan Murphy will box twenty
rounds at Waternury the latter part of the week.
Dick Moore la going to challengo tho winner.
Matty Matthewa and Charley McCeevrr of Phila
delphia will box twenty rounda at Cleveland to-night.
Quite a lot of Interest Is being taken In the event.
The betting In this city on the coming struggle be
tween Dave bulllvan and Sammy Kelly, which la to
be held at Long lalaud City on AprU 23. la In favor of
Sullivan at odds of 100 to 80.
Ous Hill, manager and backer of Tom Jenkins of
Cleveland, will moot Billy Brady to-day for the pur
pose of arranging a wrestling match between Jenkins
and Youaouf, the "Terrible Turk."
Jimmy Barry wanta to visit England again. An
English club la prepared to put up a substantial
purse If the doughty little Chicago bantam will go
to the other aldo and uieet Jabea White, who haa the
reputation of being the beat 1 OS to 110 pounder In
all England Just at present. Barry la matched to
meet Billy Rotchford at Chicago on AprU 18. and If
be wlna hs will la all probability accept ths English
Tha Olympic A. C. of Buffalo yesterday notified Sam
Flttpatnck that that club would glvo a goodalied
Burse fur a twenty-fivo-round contest between Jack
aly and Lavlgne. As Sam has already negotiated
for a meeting between Daly and Dal Uawklne, to
take place at dan Francisco next month, ho waa com-
Belled to decline tho offer. Flttpatrlok aald that If
aly defeat Uawklne ha will acoept and arrange a
match to be decided In August.
Billy Pllmmer, the famous English bantam, and tbe
first lad to gvt a declalon over Ueorge IHxon, if a let
tar received In this oily by an Intimate friend la to ba
believed, has evidently seen his last daya In the ring,
Flitnmer, ao It la aald, la quite 111, and will never be
able to box again. Billy was considering tha Idea of
visiting Amer.ca this summer la the hops of getting
something to do, but It Is probable that he will have to
abandon tha trip until his health Improves.
Mluk Dunn of Australia, whoso upward march In
tba ring was checked wheu Jo Walcotl defeated him
at Coney Island a few years ago, writes to a friend lu
this oily from Sydney, in response to a request to
send a good middleweight to America, that there are
no good boxers at that weight at prtaeut In the
Antipodes. Dunn recently fought a vs-mund draw
with Billy Edwards of Melbourne, who la now to
Kngland, Edwarda la matched to meet Dldol'lumb,
Dunn thinks that Edwards Is a coming champion.
A well-known sport who has Just arrived In this
oountry from South Africa says that word bad been
received at Johannesburg to the effeot that Kid
McCoy Intended to visit that part or tha world again
lu tbe near f uturo. Boxing, according to Tux son re
porter's Informant, la booming In South Africa, and
several Influential and wealthy sports have agreed to
give McCoy a purse of (lu.ouo with liberal expentea
If ho will go there and fight l'eter Mabar or any
good middleweight. When McCoy waa In town last
he said he wnulj visit JohaunesburK again, and It Is
likely he will accept Ibis offer If It Is genuine,
Ithaca, April 11. Allen E. Whiting of the
Collego of Law and senior in tho university
was to-night elected captain of the Coruoll foot
bnll loam for tho season of 1809. Tho election
wus necessary on account of the resignation of
Cupt, McLaughlin, who hns found U impossible
to return to tbo uulvorslty next year, whltliig
played half back last fall and deroloped Into a
very strong plajer. Ho will probably call tho
men toguther again In a fow days.
Strikers or tbe llaltluiure Club Milling to sign
BALTIatonx, April 11, Manager Hanlon and bis
three striking stars cams together to day, Kelley and
Heeler having signified their willingness to sign con
tract aud don uniform to-morrow. Jennings prom
ises to come In with Ihem, Hanlon aald he would
forgive tbe men ror not going South with Hit-team,
aim tbe player say tbey have tin hard feelings, but
will play, as usual, for all that la In them. Both
sides claim a victory, though neither baa made an
practlcal gain. The meu refused to go South, aud
wanted a larger salary because tbe season will ha
louger than It has beeu heretofore, ir theli condition
Isnotorn. best, that Is Hanlon's disadvantage and
may affect the team's standing. The players, however,
aiu nothing In pocket, a tbey will sign at tbs same
old aalarlrs. Nothing has been heard of Joe Corbett,
whose atrlke fora heavy ratio Is aa Individual affair.
Hanlon save be is not worrylag about blm, as hs has
a full rftarf of good pitchers.
Udala and Bode or apart.
Oaisar, April II, The Essex Tennis Club of Orange
baa eleotcd the following officers: President, J, U.
Ollll seorewry and Treasurer, John Fearcei Execu
tive Committee, M, R.Baldwin, Herbert Smith. laud
Uoraoe E. UUL Ths club will bold two elub toorna
msau and on opsn one during ths summer.
mini fflJlTTPIaliliT lWi S&r'M'; tf re t'tgmMm-
NEWS OP TIIE WHEELMEN.
UlOITABL OXVBS A JtOSO TOB THE
XVZ.V1ZUENI OF A OOltTBAO.
Ths Utile Welshman Iterelvra at Guarantee or
IS.OOO to Itlde ill lUces A Shortage In
Illah-Clrnda Wheels Kipeeted Cycling In
Rgtpllsrapnlar nilllUe "MnJorTylr
Jimmy Michael has been oompolled to give
substantial security to the American Cycle
Racing Association that ho will fulrl his racing
engagements this year. Id consenting to take
part in six contests during July and August ho
was forced to glvo n bond of $.000 as an evi
dence ot good faith. Promoters, Judging by
Michael's partiality for riding horses, assume
that the noted rider might at any moment for
ako the cyolo path to become n jockey. Under
tho conditions of his contract to meet any of
I ho American or foreign riders in a
series of paced match races from fif
teen to thlrty-thrco miles, he will bo
forcod to pursue blcyclo racing as a moans ot
livelihood this year. In contracting to ride six
races under tho auspices of the American Cyclo
Racing Association ho has rocclved a guarantee
of $10,000. and may oarnalargor amount ao
cording to tbo profits derived from the nieots at
which ho rides. There Is considerable specula
tions among ths big racing men as to whether
Michael will bo enabled to retain his supremacy
in middle-distance events. Tom Linton, the
foreigner, aspires to defeat him. EddloMcDuf
flo, Edward Tayloro, Fred Titus, Frank Star
buck, "Major "Taylor, and others are anxious
to try conclusions with the little Welshman.
A raco promoter who has severely crltioised
the olausa in tho new raolng rules that compels
promoters to put the names of tires and wheels
used by professional riders on the programme,
points to the fact that elsewhere In tho rules It
la stipulated that entries must be II led seven
days prior to the date of tbsevents. Tho olauss
alluded to Is No. 3 on page 14 ot the now book
of rules and reads as follows!
Entries to handicap and class races must closa
seven daya prior to contest, to allow tlma for proper
Investigation. All entries tnsuob events must be ao
eompanled by aatatement of the beat two perform
ance or tho rider and all other Information catted
for relative to the ability of aald rider! all entries
not ao accompanied shall be thrown out by tbe ban
dlcappor. Tho seotton relating to putting tbo names of
tires and whools occurs on page 10, where It
cannot be seen simultaneously with the one
quotod, and whero it Is not likely to bo read im
mediately aftor tbe other. The promoter. In
speaking ot this circumstance, says: "This is
very foxy work. It reminds me of tho way a
'Joker' Is worked Into a leglslatlvo bill. I
rather think tho L. A. W. Racing Hoard Is going
to have some fun enforcing these two rules."
Ono of the regularnulsances of the roadhousea
along tbo Boulevard Is tho man who Is a rrank
on the subject of tho beit gear to ride. Ho Is
found evcrywbore, and Insists upon unlonding a
burden of talk upon his friends. He tell what
gear he rides and goes Into tiresome details ot
Is experiments with gears ot different sires in
tho attempt to explain why his is the best not
only for himsolf, but for every ono. The num
ber ot riders who thus Inflict tbelr friends
and adviso them to ride tho same gear
is Increasing. Tbey do not understand that n,
wheelman must find out for himself by experi
ment what gear is best suited for him, just
as he has to learn what saddlo yields to him
tbe most comfort. It these riders did nothing
worse than bore tbelr friends It would not bo so
bad, but occasionally thoy mislead a new cycler
Into getting a eear too high for him or her.
A New York denier Btatcs that a shortage In
high-grade wheels Is promised for next month.
According to this man, sovcrnl makers have ad
mitted to him that thoy nro not prepared to rill
any considerable orders for such umchlncB, al
though It is likely that thcra will bo a lively de
mand for them as soon as tho weather eottles.
Tbe tradesman alluded to says that manu
facturers havo all made up largo Blocks ot
medium grade and cheap whools, but havo made
very fow of the highest grades, tfnd will cor
talnly be caught napping if tho domand proves
to bo anywhere near so largo asltpromlses to bo.
Broadway, In Queens county, and tho Merrick
road aro in poor shapo as far as Soaford, Thoy
aro much cut up. dusty and freely strewn with
sharp-edged stones that havo been workod looso
from tbe roadbod. Not only tire-destroying
stones can be found on the road, but bolts, nuts,
spikes and otber pieces of puncture-making
parts that havo dropped from farm wagons and
other country vehicles. A couplo of men who
wcro out on the Merrlok road yesterday de
clare thnt n man with n wagon would be
ablo to pick up half a ton ot scrap Iron. Olon
more avenue is also In poor condition, and riders
going out on Long Island will do well to follow
tbo new Eastern I'arkwav extension and the old
flank road to Jamaica, tho full particulars of
bat route having been published In The Suk.
Cyclers desiring to go out on tho. Merrick road
abould rldo along Jamaica nvcnuo, through tho
Tillage of Jamaica to Smith street, and there
turn to tho riirbt. Smith street ends whoro the
Merrick road begins.
Bicycling Is evidently popular in Egypt. Both
natives and foreigners utllfzo tho wheel for
kindred tilings and hnvc loarncd to rldoqulto
fast, too. Tom Burrows of Australia, who was
hero several years ago aa the trainer and mana
ger of Tom Williams, the vtoltorwolght pugilist,
controls most all tho cycling events of that
country. Burrows Is located at Cairo and bus
charge of a large hall, said to bo nearly tho slxe
of Madison Square Garden. In a recent letter
to Williams Burrows wrltost
"I havo Just received a five-months' leave of
absence, and by the timn you recolve this epistle
1 will bo on my way to England. After nwoek's
stay there I will visit America. I will bring with
me, it possible, several crack blcyolo riders, both
nativo and foreign born, and try and enter them
in some ot tho orents there I have developed a
lot of French riders who will, I think, cut qulto
a figure in America. I am quite a cycler myself,
and when I get to tho States I will try to get on
a match. Things out here nro flno. Boxing is
booming, but the roal thing Is tbo wheel. I think
riders could mako a lot of money out here In
races. While in America and England I shall
try and see if I can not make a few matches."
Daniel M. Adee, First Vice-President of the
Century Road Club of America, has placed In
nomination William II. Markny of the Century
Wheelman of this eltyfor First Vlco-Prcsldcnt
of the newContury Club. State Centurion F.
A. Myrick of this city seconds the nomination ot
Mackay, who is assured of a largo vote. Myrick
has again been nominated for State Centurion,
and C. M. Henderson of this city has been
named for Secrctarv-Trcasurer of tho Now York
State Division ot tbe Century Club.
W. J. Morgan, representing the International
Racing Association, says that no discrimination
will be made against "Siajor" Taylor, tho col
ored rider, on either tho tracks at Ambrose Park
or Waltbam. Morgan hns deposited S00O with
tho L. A. W. Stato bandicapper. U. L. McCarthy,
to bind a mntch with "Major" Taylor, and
nnmes Klser, Boulay, Gardiner, Jasp Eden, nnd
August Lehr as bis opponents. The five men
are under contract to ride for the International
Ttnclng Association. Morgan stipulates that
Taylor shall meot his men beforo Juno 15, for
$SOOa,Mdo and a ptirso to be offered by the
association. The racos, according to Morgan,
must be for ono mile, paced or unpaced.
An unbiased long-distance rider who was out
last Sunday with E. S. Edwards, the member ot
tbe Century Wheelmen wbo has set out upon
tba task of riding n century every day in 181)8,
says ot the record breaker:
"I do not think he will fall becnuse of any
bodily breakdown. 1 thinkhls legs anil stomuih
and health will last. For my part what I would
most fear, were I attempting to do such a feat,
would bo a mental breakdown, Tbo strain of
having only ono thing to do and keeping ono
Idea In mind day ufter day must bo ter
rible. Imsglne thinking nothing but 'twenty
live miles gono, another ten gouo, fifteen
more to the turn, &c I think I should go cra.y
If I kupt that up for a couple of hundred days.
The kind of training I would consider most im
portant If I undertook a feat of tho kind would
bo mental relaxation and occupation. I would
want a new langttago to study while on the
road, with games, light conversation, and books
of short stories at night. The trouble Is that a
man breaking century records gets no chance to
talk or hear of anything else than the one thing
that he Is doing. Every ono he meets while riding
and every one lie sees at night Is only too suro to
make his dally performances tho subject of all
conversation, and give to hint no chance to
think of anything elao. Edwurda looks to be In
pel feet fettle, and I hone ho will succeed in his
task. Ho does not look like one who Is likely to
five way either mentally or phrrlcally, Wlint
say Is simply what I would foar for myself. 1
have been in smresof centuries, single, double,
and triple. I havo ridden as many as half n,
dozen consecutive centuries, and I Itnow somo
thlng ot tbe atrnln on the mind,"
An English Inventor has devlsod a machine
for rotall bicycle dealers that enables riders to
qutcklyascertnln what height of framo, adjust
ment of snddlo nnd handle bars, lougth of crank,
Ice. aro moHt desirable. As things aro now man
aged n would-be buyer may have to mount sov
era! different bicycles In tho storo and a great
deal of experimenting la certain to bo necessary
beforo tbo most satisfactory position Is found.
The new Intention Is it dummy bicycle full of
sliding Joints, and is arranged so that tho ma
chlno can bo readily adjusted to any rider nnd
an opportunity offorded to learn precisely what
position and what stylo of cycle Is most suited
An indication of bow retail bicycle dealors are
feeling this soason about what tbey call " thank
you" lobs In the Hue of little accommodations
for riders Is glvon by a sign in a large establish
ment where storage, renting, repairing, and
teaching are done, f ho sign, which was put In
place yesterday for tbe first time, reads i
Please note) Pumping tires, D cents oiling and
grapblllng, 10 cental cleaning (exterior), IIS cents)
transient storage (per day). 10 oantsi nlllng lamps,
6 cants. No tools loaned and no free list. Prompt aad
partloular aervlce al popular prices.
In the happy days of few years ago, when
dealers made from 929 to 35 profit on svsry
wheel they told, ther ere only too glad to offer
every .convenience .to riders, Pumping tiros,
granhltlng, filling lamps, tic, were all favors
readily granted. Awhoelman could walk Into
almost any store and use tho pump or borrow
other tools. Purchasers of wheels always re
ceived free Instruction, but It others follow in
the direction of the dealer In question, and It Is
aid that thoy are doing so, the tlmo Is at hand
when llttlo extras that are suro to be needed
now and then will make travelling a-wheol as
expensive as In a slooplng car.
The move of Charley Murphy In applying for
a plaoo on the police force suggests a now field
of activity for ex-cycle racers. A man llko
Slurnhy In the blcyclo squad would be valua
le for stopping ''scorchers" within a short
distance, whereas it Is often the case that In a
long chase aftor one ot this variety of law
breakers the btoycle pollcoman becomes himself
as great a menace to public safety as tho of
fender. Racing mon are trained athletes, quick
of oye and steady in action. As a rule they are
possessed of more than ordinary pluck, and
muscle. Such men would bo exceptionally val
uable In tho case of runaway horses, and It the
force ot wheeling officers was recruited from tbo
ranks of former crack-a-jacks of tho cycle track
a high degreo ot efficiency should bo attained.
Murphy has filed his application with tho Civil
The Congress Wheelmen of Newark will receive en
tries for their seoond annual century run from the
1st of May, It Is expected to b the largest oentury
that will leave Newark this year. Judging from the
number of communications received by Secretary '
Mathew J. Ready at tha club's headquarters, 70S
Broad street. Survivors' medals will be given out Im
mediately attar tba raoe, thus avoiding the usual de
lay of a month or moro.
Carl O. numus. Chairman of the Cycling Commit
tee ot the Crescent A. 0. of Brooklyn, announoee that
bis committee proposes to hold official runs once a
moath this year. Ooaatlng contests, open to mem
bers, will be held In the spring and fall.
Tha membera ef ths Century Wheelmen ef this
city will bold a run to Philadelphia on May SO and
30, They will ba entertained by tba League Cyel
Club of that city.
Tom Barnaby and Harry Elkea will meet In a 100
rolle match raoe at the Charlea River Park track, Bos
ton, on next Tuesday.
The officers of tho rieroe Wheelmen have sched
uled a run to Lynbrook on April 17.
The Read Committee of the Tenn Olen Wheelmen
has arranged the following runs for tha aeasoni May
1. Tottenvlllei 8. Valley streami IB, Yonkerst 81,
Fresporij IB, Fort Hamilton! June 0. Garden City I
IK. FortLeai IB, Rockawayi te, Stamford! July s.
rortUorrtai 10, Orant'a tomb 17, silver Lakei s,
Fort Scbuyleri SI, Whltestnnei Aug. 7, Cedar Urovat
IS. Fort Georget xl, New Dorpi vr. Tarrytown.
The aprlng run card arranged by the Manhattan
Bicycle Club contains tbe following fixtures: April
17, Plalnfleldi 84, century rum May 1, Nyaoki 8, Our
Fishing Clubi 15. Freeporti vn, Highland Mlllsi SO,
entertain membera of the Mastaehusetta Bicycle
Clubi June 4 and S, double century runt IV, Far
Rookaway! 10, Morrlstownt 80, Lake Success.
1 ho annual meeting of the Brooklyu Bicycle Club
will be held to-night. Their orficern wilt l electod.
Capt. E. W Dollar of the Brooklyn Ramblers haa ar
ranged the following runs for this seaeun: April 17,
Freepnrtt 24. Staten Islandi May 1, Lako huccess! H.
Wllletsrolnt! IB. Plalnfieldi Mi. New Rochellei Sv
and 30. Lake llopatoongi June 0. Rockawayi 13.
Asbury Parks lu, Hempateadi C, Tottenvlllei July
H. Qrcenportt 10, Lake hucvessi 17, nien Island!
24, Oreenwood Lakei 31, Roslym Aug. 7, Long
Beachi 14, Tarrytowni SI, Bronx Park, 211 Seafordi
Sept. 4 and 6. Asbury Park: 11, rialnfleldi IS,
Wllleta Point! 2S, New Brunswick: Oct. 2, Freeporti
0, Now Rochellei 10, I'omptom 23, Staten Island!
It la reported that the track at Weehawken. which
wilt be managed by W, II. Robertson, haa applied for
regular aanctlona and will make no attempt to run
outlaw racea on Sunday. That would effectually bar
the prnmotcre from ruunlng any race on week daya.
Tba Logan Wheelmen of Brooklyn have arheduled
April 17 ror a run to Valley stream aud April 24 for
a photograph run through Prospect Park.
Klcbhiso. April 11 The Mercury Wheel Club held
Its annual election of officers last night. The result
followa: President, D. Sanborn: Vice-President, H. M.
Duncan I Seoretnry. Harold Butlert Treaanrer. Eugene
Wright: Road Captain, n. Ashniorei Trustees, 0, A.
Boulller and Oeorgo Trapp, Jr.
Raw Terk and Brooklyn Teams Break Bven
In the Interstate (lames.
The first four gsmes of the final series between the
two looal teams ot the Interstate League were
played last night at tbo Oermanla Assembly Rooms
alleys. Paulson's score of 202 Is tho highest of tha
season rolled la this league. The sooreai
New York W. Oerdes, 184i Cordes, lOSi Arnold,
180i Eahlsdorf, 2US: Wllckcns, IBS. Total, BSV.
Brooklyn Brill, lnl: Sohl, 187: Paulson, 882
Thyne, 180 Silver, 17a. Total. V41.
New York W. Oerdes, S17i Cordes, 144 Arnold,
17B Kahlsdorf. 100! Wllckcns, Km. Total, S72.
Brooklyn Brill, 187i Sohl. 17H Paulson, lBOl
Thyne, 207i silver, 100, Total, BIO.
New York W. Oerdes, 210 Cordes, 183 Arnold,
177: Kahlsdorf. 203: Wllrkens, 180. Total. 003.
Brooklyn-Brill. 1B0 Sohl, 18; Paulson, 1BB
Tbyne, 1GS; Silver, 1S7. Total. 009.
New York W. Oerdes, 238: Cordes, IBS; Arnold,
148: Kahlsdorf, 101: Wllckcns, 10S. Total, 0211.
Brooklyn Brill, 183: honl. 1RB; Paulson, 202:
Thyne, lCfi; Btlvar, 20V. Total, U74.
The Oriental trio had an easy time In the Arcade
tournament until last night, when the Roaedalo No. 1
team eucceeded In winning two of tbogamea. Tho
Oriental Bodies, 147: Stunipfel, 182; Stein, 18S.
lloaedale No. I 0. Slevcrs, 171: Lehrbun, 20B D.
Frercks, 134. Total, Oil.
Oriental Bodlne, 203: Etumpfel, lTfli Stein, 171.
Hosedale No. 1 C. Slevers, 137; Lohrbaeh, 18S D.
Frercks, 100. Total, 4119.
Oriental Bodlne, 172: Stunipfel, 1B9 Stein, IBB.
Total. 4 BO.
Roaedalo No. 1C. Slevers, 1B7; Lebrbaoh, 178 D.
Frercks, 234. Total. C04.
Oriental Bodlne, 158; stumpfel, 172: Stain, le.
Rosedale No. 1 C. Slevcrs, IBS; Lehrbacb, 224;
D, Frercks, 107. Total, BBO.
Beaten In tho first two games by tho Kismet Club
bowlers, tho Standard team turnod tbe tables In the
tblrd Harlem Republican Club tournament gamea
last night. Ths aeoresi
Standard Koebler, 202; Allison, ISA; Dlederlck,
IBS; Delk. ldBi Wyman. 18U. Total, 47.
Kismet Wuttllch, 182: Du Barry, 114; Anderson,
lUS; Vaudorbogert, 170; Rogers. 1US, Total, SSV.
Standard Itoehlsr. IBBi Allison, 1B4: Dlederlok,
17U: Delke. 107; Wyman, 137. Total. 787.
Kismet Wjstllch. lull Du Barry, 182; Anderson,
17V; Vanderbogert, 173; Rogers. 17V. Total. 824.
Standard Koebler, 183: Allison, 148; Dlederlck,
181; Delke. IBS; Wyman, 133. Total, 800,
Kismet Wustilch, 173; Du Barry, 12(1: Anderson,
14V Vanderbogert, 1BV; Rogers, 17V. Total. 790.
The defeat of the Mornlncddes t the banda of tbe
Au lubon team at Tbum & Kahlsdorf 'a Harlem alleys,
last night, proved a big aurprlse to tho followers of
the Harlem League tournament. The scores:
first a tux.
Reform Krlckbaura, 18U, Levy, 174i A. Schroeder,
180; J. Schroeder. lfiO:H.Schroeder. 101. Total, (UO.
Audubon 8. Brand, 148; Maher, IB'J: Smith, 187;
Blrkett, 107; J. Brand. 211. Total, 805.
Reform Krlekbaum, 100 Levy, 178: A, Schroeder,
lltui J, Schroeder, lBOi B.bchrooder, 147. Total, gov.
MornUigelde KilnyelhoHer. 212: Strack. IB4 ; Doha,
171; Donoourt, 2U1; Deuimler, IBS, Total, WHO.
Audubon S. Brand. 177; Maher, lnO; Smith, 174i
Blrkett, 17: J. Brand, 168. Total, 81)4.
Mornlngslde Kllngolboffer. 1VM; straek, lflfl;
Dohn, 154; Doncourt, 14B;Demmler, 17V, lotal, 842,
Anderson'a clever anchor r,ork waa the feature ot
las! night's games lu tho Long Island Association of
Cycllug Clubs tournament, and iba tbrea victories
which the Brooklyn Blcyclo Club scored were due
chiefly to his efforts. The scores;
Brooklyn Bicycle Clab Ueorge nobby, 141i nick
ling, 17U: dough. IBS; Hudson, 134T. Anderson, Jr.,
2U5. Total. M'.'.
I'equud Wheelmen Kruse. 133 Rhodes, 124 Rum
bold, lUl;Ruuey, 180; Loe, 170, Total, 004.
Brooklyn Bicycle Club Oeorge Hobby, lSBi niok
llnfr. 145; Qougb, 157; Hudson, 157T, Anderson, Jr
llil. Total. 7B5.
l'equod Wheelmen Kruse, 1 88; Rhodes, 1B1 Rum
bold, IDS; Honey, 11V Lee, 147, Total, 701.
Brooklyn Bicycle Club Oeorgo Hobby, ISO; ruck
ling, 104; Oough, 107) Hudson, 104; T, Anderson,
Jr. 172. Total, 81 U.
I'rquod Wheelmen Kruse, 1 83 Rhodes, 143;
Lotee, luO Forrest, 17U Lee, 143. Total, 751.
Bedford Council's team rolled two good games In
tho Carrutbers national tournamentof Brooklyn last
night and defeated tbe Orluut and Logan Wheelmen.
Bedford Council Oliver. 184i Markwell. 1 R3 ; An
demon, IflSi Waterbury, 171; Miller, 170, Total, K?.'
Orient Wbeelmen-Muillns. lBBiButler, 184; Moller,
01 McElroy, 12l)Meht, 100, Total, 805,
Orient Wboelmen Mulllns, 13Si Butler, 148; Mot-
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ler. IB! MeCtroy, 811 1 Went, 1st. Teial "10.
Logan Wheelman luchraeh, 17Bi risanL ltsi
Oenucb, 14i Egslhoff, HOt Whltbtck. 108. Total.
Logan Wheelmen Paohrach, 1611 riaaat, list
Oentsoh, 107 Egtlboff, 1B1 Whiibeck, ISO. Total,
Bedford Council-Oliver, ini ltarkwelt, 17S An
derson, I57 Waterbury, 157; Miller, 162, Total, 841.
Ilonllnx (lanes To-Sllght.
Tnt Sua Individual Championship Tournament
Brill, MacLellan, and Arnold,
Harlem League Lotus, West Harlem, and Oriental.
Arcade Spartan vs. Golden Rod.
Lenox Republican Club Montauk, Bslvldsra No, 1,
and New York.
Arcade Women's Tournament Columbia Ladles
vs. Rosedsle Ladles.
Carruthsrs National Orient. Bedford, and I ng an.
Scbnrrer'B Humboldt, Aurora, and police t7nfls.
Tweniy-slatli Ward aisnmore vs. Ecoentrlo, at
John Hallrr's alleys.
Zlmmsr's Jolly Brothers, Friday Aftarnoon, and
New Jersey Association Monarch vs. Bachelor,
Union vs. Monarch, X Spartan, and Hour.
Enthusiasm that became almost riotous at
times marked the oponlngof the tourney for the
amateur basketball championship of tho A. A.
U. last night, Tho sceno ot play was tbe gym
nasium of tho Knickerbocker A. (J., nnd a crowd
which comfortably flUod ths galleries and tho
space reserved on the main floor wus In at
tendance. The scrlos will run through to
next wcok, there being six teams entered nnd
drawn on tba usual echodule plan. The first
game last night was between tho noted Y. M. O.
A. tosms from Washington Heights and the
Twenty-third Btreot Uranch. Feeling ran high
among tho followers ot each team. Tho rooters
along the side lines kept very baa order, and
the scene at times was Inclined to be chaotic.
The teams played a dazxllng game, so full
of ginger and variety that the house
was In a continuous uproar. The Twenty-third
Street boys were determined to get tho cham
pionship at any cost, and they began well by
scoring 7 goals through the agency of Shields
and Wendelken. The Heights representatives
put up a desperate opposition and suffered sev
eral penalties for fouls, llistowski and Under
each scored a goal, Summary:
tTalMnoton llgtt. FotiUon: XwtnlvlMrd Slrtet.
Walden Left forward J ;;;;,';,,.Ha,mj
Rlsaowskl Bight forward .V.'.V.V.'shlelda
Schumacher Centre Dletrlck
2ulff Right guard Wendelken
luder Left guard Abadee
Total rolnta Twenty-third Street Y. M. C. A., lit
Washington Ilolghts Y. M. O. A., 4, Clonls from field,
Wendelken (8), Shields, Rtssowskl, Linden goal
from fouls, Shields (8). Referee, Uoppburn. Tlma
of halves, 20 mlnutea each.
The seoond match was ot a much milder char
actor and the rootors simmered down some
what, to the great relief of the officials and club
men. The Fourth Separato Company of Yonkers
sent on a slashing big team thatconmlotely
dwarfed that from Hay llldge. The Long Isl
andors wero game, howovcr, and mado such a
stubborn fight that there was llttlo to chooso
botwecn the teams nt half tlmo, when tho scoro
stood: Yonkers, 7; liny Hideo, 5. Front then on
tho soldier boys monopolized tbe scoring and
raised their total uo to 12. The summary:
Day Jtlttge, Aa(f(on. 4IA- Slparat Oo.
Ktvlln Left forward Koch,
Martin Right forward King.
Diss Centre McQuillan.
Cook Right guard. Madden.
Harrington Left guard Williams.
Total i'olnta Fourth Separata Company of Yonk
ers, 12; Bay Ridge, B; goals from field, McQuillan
(2), King (2), Kooh, Diss; foals from fouls, Martin (8),
McQuillan (2j. Referee Uresnhall. Time ot halves
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