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' V ; w 7 -tc'hb stnsr,. Sunday june io isos. '" ' Iff
f MWYOKKSI.OSH ANOTHER
I
t f voiixkt JtKTinns Atrrrn tuk first
' IlfSlSO AT I'llIt.ADKI.PJlIA.
J J RrfSMiraa and naltlmnr.s Brfak Htfa-ln.
X rlnnalls l-iss l lki lllraiM and the Bh
j 1 l.na laln-ritlakuria Dtr.at la Clef.
", t laaala tho Lemtstlllrs Man ta . .
J . While tha Phlladelphlaa preyed eaaj prey for
i I tha Ken- Yorkt at tha Pola Grounds, tha local
I f players couldn't keep up the pace, ond Trent
I down before the Quakers at Philadelphia yester
" I day. Two grime mere played at Washington
i . Park, the naltlmoroa barely winning the first
; but were soundly Ihrnahed In the second contest.
L The Olnclnnatls agnln lost to the Chicago),
J , which gays the Ilostoni, who beat tha Washing-
.j$ tons, a chance to cut down tha Herts' lead.
Jfti Tebeau'a players also fell by the wayslda, the
iQJt Plttshurgs doing tho trick, irlillo tho St. Louis
W faam stored aylitorx over the Loularllles. The
4 f results:
i I rnlladtlphla. 8 New Tork. B.
I f l)altlnior..7 Brooklyn, B (flrstiama).
,j J Brooklyn, lSi Baltimore, B (second lame)
't foton, 1'Ji Washington, B.
Chicago, 10 Cincinnati, a.
I I lltUburs;, lOi Cleveland. 4.
I t Rt. IkjmU, 7i LoulMllle, 4,
!) TOB IIBCOItU.
,1 ff r, Vr
.'- if Clubs. ITon, f,nsf eeiif.' Cfuhf. Won, fat. etnt
'. Ctactnnitl .114 10 Hell New York 80 H MO
' Boston ... flJ 1H 047 l'hllailelphla 20 87 .0
J Cleveland... ,uo IV .flu Brooklyn ill) VH ,417
I . Baltimore.. . no HhSiWaahlnetosj. 19 US 17S
, J Chlcaao SH V3 Unit. 1-ollU . . 1H 31 .0117
, t l'IIUburK....a7 V3 O0l,otllallla... 16 117 .88
i I niiLADKLrniA, Oj nbw Tonrc, 0.
fe Pnn.ADKU'liu. June 18. We wore refreshed
fi ' to-day with something new and stranite. an
1 ,t actual basonall victory, and over that vooil
' team, the New Yoiks. too. The Phtllloa and
Sew Vorks had changed places since Friday, not
alone In place In play, but In style thereof,
. s When tho Quakers were in Now York thoy
J t played hretty weak ball and the New Yorks did
i J well. To-day the visitors performed away be-
1 low, for the Phlladelphlaa mora than outdid
' e themselves. The game, hoeer, was cluso
and Intorestlnir.
'j Wheeler was In tho box for the Phlladelphlaa.
i It happened to bo ono of his pood daa. anil aa a
' , result lie had alt tho New Yorks. with the ex
1 ceptlon of Van Ilaltron and Ilimmun, shooting
, j. ducks. He was also bnckod up In arrest
' shape. Second base has been rarely better
' f , Guarded than It was by I.ajolo and Cllonson.
j Is Lnrry made several clever stops, but his star
'it (Tort was made on (lettlgln the fifth, when ho
ill Oelded out that oung mnn wlillo in a sitting
If position, having fallen after reaching the ball.
Ira uloason, too, made clever etnnn, and cut oil tvo
Ik runa br cler lluows to tho plate.
The Phllulclihias startel off with n rush in
jf the first In : Oooley singled, but was forced
ft atsccnni Douglass. DolohiiitT drew a buse
n on balls, iijoie slnglod. scoring Dounlnss
;H and siiidlng I)olchanty to third and taking
r second hlni-elf on tho throw in, Flli-lc
B reached first on balls, but nas forced by
VcFnrland, Dslehanty counting on tho out.
,i IaJoIo scored on a passed bill. Davla fumbled
'r Croia'a grounder, but nothing cuno of It, HI
ES berfleld forcing Cros at second. New Yorlc
If, counted In the first on Van Ilaltren's bnse on
.IK balls, a wild pitch, nnd Tlornan and Joyce's
St outs. Thoy tallied again In the second on singles
iSt by McCreery and Harlman and an out.
K The Phllkdelohlas scored in tho third on Mo
W' Farland's hasoon halla and h aeries of fielding
li errors by Hartman. The New Yorkers tied tho
, acorein tbefltlh. With two out. Van Hnltren
. rapped out a double, llernaii liftod a fly to
' short left, which Cross mulTed. Joyce camo
n to time with a double, and Van Hnltren and
'ij Tlornan scorod. They went to tho front In
fi the seronth, on Van llallren'a triple and
St Tlernnn's fly to centre. Tho Philadelphia won
Jfc out In tho eighth. Cooley bunted safely and
EK went to second on Dotigliss's out, scoring on
iK pelehnnty's double down tho right Held line.
W Irfijolo bunted sifely. Flick hit toI)iis, who
1" tried to head off Delohanty at the plntc, but the
. t ball got there n trlfio too lite. JlcKTriind hit
f to Hartman. who touched Lajole and threw to
to Gleasaii. heading off Flick at second. Attend
if ance, 3,3(10. The score:
K rUlLADKLmiA. ssw -roar.
': n.U.roi.1 u-la.roi.it.
ft Cooley.cf....l 3 4 0 0 V Ilaltren.cf 8 s 1 0 0
V bounlua, lb.1 Oil 1 n Tlrrnan, If. 1 o 0 0 0
i. peiehaoty.lf.E 1 0 0 u Jojcr, lb,. .0 1 10 1 0
II IJOli-. 2b....l B 7 1 Paris as. 9 0 S 5 1
Flick, rf ..0010 Olnleann, lb. 0 0440
If UcFarland c.l 0 4 1 UHiCreery. rf 1 2 0 0 0
I Cross, as ...0 V 8 1 1 llnrlnian.llb 0 S U 8 11
RMernld,8bO n l o niWarntr, c. 0 o 0 s 1
Wheeler, p.. 0 112 0 Doheny.p o o u 0 0
ICKttls; p. . 0 0 0 8 0
Totals. 6 10 27 13 2
I Totals ... B 7 24 IS B
Philadelphia 8 o 1 0 o o o 2 . n
New York 1 I n 0 a 0 1 u U-3
Two-ba-e hits Delehanty, Lajo'e. Van Ifsltren,
Joyc-. Tnrea ba-e hit Van Hallren. l'lrt ban? on
rrors Hhlladelphla. 3, Newlork. t. rirat baae on
batla Cool-r, OAlehanty. Lajole, McFarland, Van
naltren. lilt by pltctucl ba l-FIIck r.h-rfleld left
on baa-a Philadelphia. II. ew Y.frk, 4 Uoul lo
plays Itartman and lll.-a.cm. M Farlaml nnd Cron
, Eiruck nut Van Ilaltrrn, iiotile J) will pitch
Wherloek Paaaril ball Wjrntr. Time g hours
and 7 m nutes. Umpires Cushinan nmt Heyiller.
at BAI.TIMOIIE, 7; mtOOKLT, fl PIIIST GAME.
v Defeated by the llaltimorcs In thn first gnmo
att Washington Park este ihi), tho llrooklyna
, Bare thecx-thanipions a eecrftdrullhlnE in thn
it aecond conlesL ljuch.iiicc, ho hna repontedlv
I asked President KbbUi to plnco i nother player
i t bhort-lop, wna responsible for thedcleit. In
ft the fourth limine of tho llru gnnio hichanco
f made no effort to get Jennings's IiIkIi tl, tvhlLh
i dropped salely a short tlistuneo back of the in-
j I field. Then Ltihancn fumbled lo ground-
sirs, and before tho inning ended thrco
If Salttmorian hud trossod tne pinto. 'Hie
-5 three runs made by tho visitors in tho
i eighth Inning were dun to tiro smvhltii:
t hits. Another error by l.achance in the ninth
J Inning gave tho Ilnltlmoros thn run uhich prnc-
t tlcully won the game, as Grlflln could hao
? scored tho necessary run If only one hod been
Heeded to lie the store. Mlkeu li iril drire to
the plrket fenco In tho home iilnyers' hnlf of tho
! ninth lnnincr was good for a homo run. but ha
tn)ftdnt third in tho hupn Hint wlih ( larko
cntt-liina- b himl the but Mcjamcs would usu
lessnnecd. 'lhe "Doctor," hoHever. sont thn ball
orcr tho plate fast enough to striko out Jones
andLnchiime, nndOrillln nsleft on third hsac.
Tho llnltiuiores plajod soinowhat slupicilT.
with thriomen on tho ba.ea In the sixth In
nlnF, hhlndlo hid the hall under his arm and
when Mcjnnits stepped off tho haso hr nas
easily caught. On bluff throw lo second Hyin
nailed He Mnntrelllo In the sixth Iniiln. Me-B-
Oraw, nl. hough out h threo foet on his attempt
,' to steal third, Jumped aiound like a crazy limn
,i and tbren his hut to the ground. Umpire
V O'Day should have put him out of the game,
' but hen ild no hied to the nlajrr.
j The Iialtlmores started off In the second game
; I fa if they Intended to smother the home plnjers,
J but after the third Inn'ng they wcro not dinger-
;; cnusat any stage. Hoffor, who wason Jlnnngcr
; f Hanlon s release list a few woi ks ago nn I
i ' whoso ten days' notice was recalled at thn last
? '. poment. Is In danger of losing his plntr If H in
' j Ion takes yesterdn's jierformnncu of llofTir
4 under consideration. The Brooklyn hnwn't
i had such a picnic this season, for they Blujrircd
U Iloffer'acurres In nil directions, and prohildy
i s alMlf doren or more hits would have b.enmadu
' If they wero needed, lho scores:
j f BROOKLYS. BALTIHORr.
i ii. Ia.ro A.r.l n in ro a.t.
;. t arlffln.ef. u 1 u u n MeOrsw. 3b o 2 1 1 n
i Jones rf i 0 .1 0 0 Kerler, rf . i 1 I n 1
. I Laehauec, aa.n 1 ? 4 8 Jenuluxa .si H 2 2 .1 2
t '1 Cbeckard, If 0 1 0 o u Iloliins, It 0 2 2 10
1? Tucker, lb I 1 11 0 0 Demont. 2b .1 13 2 1
li llallman wb.l 14 4 0 stednnn. lb 1 2 10 o 0
,, I nhlndle.8h.il 12 1 0 llrouio, cf .11 1 J (I 1
'.'1 tlyan. c I 0 3 It 1 uoblnion. c (114 0 0
)K Yratjer, p .. 0 2 0 3 0 JlcJamca, p 0 0 0 3 o
g Totals .. B 8 27 17 4l Totals 7J VI 27 10 "5
L Brooklyn 0 2 0 1 n 1 n 0 1 5
't Ilalllraore 00 0 30008 17
18, . First baaa on errors llrooklyn, 11 llaltlmore, 0.
j 1 1 1 J-ft on bases Ilrooklyn, 7i Balilmore, H. Three.
f I baaa hits Holmea. Urlnin, Two baau hit Kerler.
& I Btulen baars UeOraw, Itoblnaon, Iitinonl. haerldio
,f, 4 1 hlta llallman, Holmea. Double playa Ifalhnan un-
m. 'J aualatetji Holmea, Demont and MeOann Urat haa
I S J) on balls Oft Ycair. 9. Struck nut Hr Yeacer, 2,
' rjl I by McJamea, 8 lilt by pitcher Lurhame, ilcOami.
t JJ 1 Wll I Plt-het MeJamei. 2. Umplm llaDoii ild As
KM I sfstent O'Way, Time 2 hours and 2 minutes.
E, h tl WtOOKLYN, 13; IIALT1MOI1E, 8-StCOND GAME.
ft el I SKOOKiii. I BiLTlaonr.
(vt f I Rluro.A.cl n la rn.A.i.
u I I arlffln.ef, .2 J 4 1 n MeOraw.flb.l 1 0 4
it fi I Jones, rf .J J 0 I) 0 Kerler. rf. . 11 11 0 1 0
If V1 I Larhance.aa.l 2 .i .1 2 Jennlng, aa 1 1 8 ft 0
. a I fcheckarii.lf 2 3 2 u i Holmea, If II I 11 0 11
), I Tucker, lb 1 2 7 a u Deiuoul, 2I 2 1 7 U 0
t B( Ualliiian.llil I S 2 nNidaun.lb I 111 n 1
Zv- i fchllidle.Jb II 1 a ti 11 llrotlle, cT... 0 .1 1 (I II
HR Orl.n.o 3 4 4 0 oclarkr.e 0 13 11
htf Miller, p U12 0 Ollortcr, p 0 1 0 0 0
I'Fi ' Totals 1U ID 27 14 "2 Totals Huilfil
if-' Brooklyn 0 2 0 il n n 2 0 13
ftj., Baltimore ... 2 U 0 0 U 2 u S 1 H
I CT rtrst laso by errora-nrookljn. Si llaltlmore, I
II Left on bae Ilrooklyn. hi Uiltiinore. u llomerua
& Holmea Three base blta Jcnnlnga, (irltllu, Jonea,
IS . Bheekatd, llroile. Two base hit Millar hiolen
Lbaaet-1 aehance (2), ilrimii Sacrinee litis Keelar,
Tucker Double plais UcQran, Demoni and Mi
Osnm Jeiinlui Demoni and UcUanu (li Flrat liass
on bail un linger, 2 on Miller, B. hlrm k out Hy
IIoftor, 1, by Mill r. .' lilt by pliehet-I.K hanre,
Wilier llninlra-O'liay. AtaliiautllcDonald. Tims
-1 hour aud BO intnutea. Attendance 3,(1011,
entrni, 12, WAaiiivnTON, 8,
Hostoi, June 1H, Lwla waa a myatery In tha Ben
ators today, let Ing them don n wlib four blls, (woof
which wtrtfarraichia Inlhealiih he retired theslje
on Ihree p tc lint balli Jack Doyle plated ascend
lo place of Itrln The acore.
aoaTiiv 1 wasnmarni
n la ro. a t.' a. liro a .
Btlrelts, cf 2 I n 11 0 Relbaeh, If 2 0 4 11 0
Tenor, Hi 3 4 1U 11 I ilritman, rf 11 2 n 0 0
Loot, aa 2 ! I 4 0 Dnvlc, 2b 0 11 .'I i 2
I)urt), If 2 1 .1 II 1 Audera'u.er 11 0 1 II U
Collins, 3b II 1 i:iO Miuulre. IbO I U 1 t
klahl, rf.. U I 11 11 11 tarrsll, o 0 0 1 11
Lowe, 9b. Ill .1 (I U rlcley, 11 1 I 1 .1 2
Uemen.c u 11 t 0 11 11 en.ilb u 0 0 i i '
Yiaxer.o... lull V hwaliii, p , u 0 U 0 11
Lamls, p t I 0 9 01
Totals 3 4 34 11 II
Totals,,,. 11 1127 18 l
Jl.nton.., O0BOOS00 B II
Waahlnttoo 0 0 10 0 0 1 I u 8
kIwo-bsh4t-CoUla,asttuiaa, WrUltr, Uoios
mmmsmmmmmmmmmsmMi
ran Daffy, Tint base en balls Oft Lswls.li eft
Rwalm, 2. Struck ont By lasli,! Stelsn baaes
Tanney, Lonr. Unify, Low. Wild pitch-Lewis.
Left rn hai Itoslon, Si Washlagton, 2, Doable
play Dols and HoOulre. Umpires Lynch and An
drews. Time 1 hour and 60 minutes. Attendsnot
4.S0O
cnicAao, lot asctssATi, .
CnicAoo, Jane In The Reds bad not got ortr the
fourteen Inning gam of yesterday and so lost. Tha
home team had oa their batting olethea, and pounded
Dwyer all over the lot Iloth sides Indnlf H In some
pretty neldlng Thornton pitched goea bsll all tbs
way Ihrnimli. The features of the asms were a beau
tiful running eateh by Mertea andltyan'a home ran.
Attendance, 10,000. Tne loorei
ciitcAoo. I ctsaioiin.
11 ln.ro.A.. a.la.r.o.A..
Ityan, If.... 2 4 2 0 olAmlth, If.. 0 0 10 0
Kvcrltt, lb..l 2 11 0 l Ilsekley, lb.l 1 11 1 0
l.anrn.cf.. 2 2 4 0 0 Ucl'hss,2b..0 0 18 1
Dshlen, ss . 0 2 9 II o Miller. rf....l 13 10
si'Corm'k.SbO 18 1 0 Corcoran. ss.O 2 9 B 0
Mertea, rr....t 1 I 11 0,MrI!rlde.cf.,l 110 0
Connor, 2b. 2 1 2 A I'lrwln, 3b....l 114 0
Donahue, 0. 112 0 0 Wood, e 0 2 8 2 0
Thornton, p 1 2 0 2 0, Dwyer, p. ...0 0 0 11
'Vaughn 0 10 0 0
Totals.. ..10 10 27 12 21 -I
Tetal 4 6tS3 17 8
nattad far Drrklsy In the ninth Inning. 'McCor
mlck out for Interference.
Chicago ooonoino ..10
Cincinnati 2 0 000009 04
First bass by errors Cincinnati. 9i Chlcaro. 2.
Left on bases Cincinnati, 7 Chicago, 7 Ural base
on balla Off liwyar, 4 1 oil Thornton, 1. Struck mil
llyliwt er, 1 1 by 1 hnrnten. 8, Horns run Ryan. Two
ba hits Corcoran, trwla. Dahlen. Double playa
Corcoran and Deekleyi Dshlen, Connor and Eterltt.
Hit by pitcher liy liirter, It by Thornton, 1, Wild
idled Thornton 'aed bait Wool Uinp'res
bwartwood and Wood Time 1 hour and 40 mlnutea.
riTTsacno, lot nrvrt-AKp, 4,
PirmscTto, June 1H The Tlrateshsd their batting
elothes on to day, and knocked Powell out of the box
In tha fourth inning. They atao fielded brilliantly
TheCleTelands were unsblx to bunch thslr lilts, but
played a sood game otherwise. The score-
rinsnt nn, I clutt.lasd.
a. ls.r.0. a, k.I a. is r.o. a, a.
Penovan. rf 9 9 2 0 olPurkett, lf...o 110 0
O'Rrlen.of ..8 2 0 1 oloronnor, IbO 1 IS 0 11
dray. Rb 1 2 9 2 0 Wallace, Sb 1 0 9 2 0
McCarthy, IM 2 2 0 0 MeKean. sa..l 2 3 3 1
Davis, lb ..0 17 0 OlTeueau, 2b. .0 12 4 0
ladden,2b..l 8 3 3 0 Rlake, rf....0 0 10 1
llowerman.el 1 U 0 0 McAleer, ef..l 8 0 0 0
Kly, as 1 3 n a S'rrelner, e.,,.1 12 8 0
Tannenlll,p..l 10 0 1 rowell, p.,,.0 0 0 2 0
iMcAllUter, pO 1 0 1 0
Totals... ,10 17 37 3
I Totals 4 1114 18 9
rittsburr 1 0 0 8 0 8 0 0 ,.10
Cleveland 2 0000000 94
Three haie hit Tebeau. Two-bass hits O'Brien,
McCarthy, Crelger. Mratbaaeon balls Off rowell,
1. Klr.tb.iaa on errora Pittsburg, liClerelsnd, 2.
Struck out lly Tannehlll, 2t by rowell, I, Left on
bests Pittsburg. Ht Cleveland, 0. Ssorlfloe hit
O'Drlen. Time I hour and BO minutes. Umpires
Connelly and Snyder. Attendance 8,B00,
ST. LOCIS, 7; Louisnixr, 4.
ST. Louts, June 1 8 The Drowns hammarad the ball
hard 10-day, getting thirteen hits oftot Loutavllle's
auburn haired Fhret. Sudhoff pitched a perfect game
until the eighth Inning, when b let the Colonels bat
nut four runa. There will be two games to morrow.
Thescorei
ST. LOCIS. I LOtriSVILLC
a. laro. a. a. n.ln. ro. a. i
Dnwd.rf....l 10 0 n'cisrke.lf.....l 0 3 0 0
Rtentel. cf...2 2 4 0 0 Ritchie, ss.,.0 0 3 8 0
Hrl-j,ir ...Cl 1 1 0 II Hoy, cc 1 0 3 0 0
Cros. 3h. . 0 10 1 0 liexter. rf...O 0 0 0 0
D-cker. lb...0 1 10 0 2ISIacrord, 2b .0 0 10 1
SurJ-n, c ..2 3 H 1 OWaaner. lb.o OHIO
8ulnn, ss. ...1 9 18 OiCllnirman, 3b0 12 11
nwki Vli.,1 13 7 O.Ruyder.o 1 13 10
HudhotT, p 0 1 0 2 1 Ehret, p 1 10 2 0
Totals 7 13 27 14 si Totala 4 8 94 8 9
Bt Louts 0 0 0 0 8 1 1 0 ..7
Louisville. . 00000004 04
Two-bsss hit Stenzel Double plays Snyder,
IVacner and Cllngnian. Kltohle and Wagnert Crooks,
Qulun and Decker. Stolen base Clarko Thrse-baae
hits sugtrn. Bieutel. First bsae on balla Off 8ud
horr. 8 Struck out Uy 8udhotr, 2i by Ehret. 1.
Umpires Emslla and Curry. Time 1 nour and 2B
minutes.
SCaslara League.
at raovmsscx.
a. n a.
Provldenee....O 01101000 08 11 1
Buffalo 0 02000001 14 12 1
Battsrles Draun and Noblett; Oray and Dlggena.
at srRifarisxo.
a. it. a.
Spriagflsld 1 0 10 0 2 0 0 04 14 7
Rochester 8 0030000 V B 7 1
Batteries Korwln and Nichols; Harper and Onnion.
AT WILKXSBAaKK.
Wllkeabarre 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0-1 B 4
Toronto 30008000 00 8 1
Batterlea Jameson and Oondlng; Oaston and Casey.
At Syracuse Rain.
At Sprinuflsld Morning game Home tssm refused
to play and the game was awarded to Rochester by
tho score of 0 to 0.
Atlantic Iiagaa.
at laxcastxb.
b. n. x.
Lancaster. 3 0 8 10 0 0 0 ft It 13 1
Reading 0 0100004 06 03
Datterlea Wllhelm and Wandtei Fertsch and
Heydon.
at ninrroao.
Hartford 1 1110 0 8 0 9-U 19 0
Allentowu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 0 1
Batteries Bouren and Roach; Boyle and Foster.
AT BICHUOVD.
a. n. a.
Richmond 0 0 8 0 2 0 10 0 a H 2
hewark 00000000 00 7 2
Raitprlea Sparks and Vlgnaux; Jordan and
Rothfusa.
At Sorfolk-Ratn.
ntnw lork state Lrtagaa.
At Cortland Cortland, ntCanandalgaa, 8.
At I yons Lyons, B. Oswego, 0
At Romp Rom. 7; Palmyra, 8.
At Auburn Rain.
Saw msland I.eagae.
At Taunton Newport, 13; Taunton, 12,
At New Bedford Fall River, Bt New Bedford, 2.
At Brockton Pawtucl el. A; Brockton, 0.
Other Cainea.
AT BOOITOa.
a. n b
Boonton 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 0 08 7 2
j Murray Hill ... 01100100 0-8 12 n
Batteries Rochelle and Mllner, Hartman and
Ueeteer.
at Hxuinki.
B. R. B.
Merlden 0 6 0 0 2 10 1 . 14 12 1
Waterbury. .00100000 28 78
Batteries Clements and Tbelsen; Rtlrlltb, Prentts
and Connor.
AT VAS COnTI.ADT I Ang,
a. n. b.
New Jersey A. 000103 232 01 1 A B
RherdaleF. C 31043200 ..10 14 3
Batteries Dlellng and Hlekeyi Westervelt and
Hayea.
AT CAVnalDOE,
Harvard 0 10 8 1114. 13 14 A
Holy Cross 1 0 8 1 0 0 (I 0 0 B 10 0
Batteries Fits and Davla; Orlffln and Brennen.
AT ORANGE 0AIH
n n. e
Orann" A A .,..1 12 2 2 0 4 0 12 12 11
Atlantic City . .0 0 2 0 2 1 0 9 2 0 U II
Batteries Westervelt end O'Nellli Plerson, Clark,
Conn and Fox.
at AMincrurr.
Amherst 4 0 0 0 10 2 1 1-u 0' 4
Wllllama ...00021000 0-3 4 10
Battf-rlefl Rnshmore and Toropion; Ross and
Plunkett,
at iuckessack.
b. n. b.
Orltnnn FC 11 100009 0-B 42
Manhattan ..00019010 1-11 13 A
Batteries Johuatone and Dollard; McBrtde and
Agnew
At Riverside A. C. Grounds Riverside F, C, t
Borough Park F C , 5.
At hewsrk Woodbrldgs A.A . Ill Newark A.C., 2.
8tar Atlilellcs, 12i Crescsntsof White Plains, 10.
At Harlem-Uanhatlan L. B O , 2 1 ; N. Y N. II. and
II. H.R.I 1
At Ureeupolnt Rrookton F. C , 10 Nassau B. B 0.,
11.
At International Park St. Peter's College, 0; Mont
gomery A C . 4.
At Jaiper Held Manhattan Reserves, 6 1 Spalding
L W.4,
At Now Rochelle New Rochelle, 0 Volunteer A,
A.. IU.
At Mimmlt Montrlalr. 1 il Summit F, 0 , 7.
At Kearny Oval Arlington A. A , 0 Caldwell, T.
C.B.
At Yonkers Hollywood Inn B. 0 11 Brooklyn
Ifeltllls A A , 3
At Mount Vernon Mount Vernon A. O , fit Morocco
r o 4.
At Brooklyn Johnstown F C , At Borough D. O , a.
At Newton. N J Newton A. A , 4. Eaaton A A , 8.
At Wstwood Westwood Y. C 7, Knickerbock
er!, (I,
At Jamaica Jamaica, Ot Alerta A
At Adelpbl Fleld-l'roapcl A C, 13; Adelpbio, 0,
At Urouklyn Plymouth A.C, 1M Toeters A. C. a.
At Canajoliarle Syracuse, Ot Ollllama, 12
Athouth Ilrcokljn-llercen F C. llliOak F 0.. fl.
At Rl luewood It dsewood A. A., H; Teunakllt, 4.
At Franklin Onbaa X (lisnts I Hi Carters A. A., 18.
At 1' alnfleld Creacenta, UUi Wllllamiburg, t.
AtTarrytown Oarnervllie. It Y M C A.O
AtPropct Park Vlklna, Ui St Francis College, n
In Ing Club '.'(i Columbian club, 21, Krsmuto, 27
Central Y. MCA, 14 lludsons. in.Cnlumblas, 1H.
Agrlcullural Inaurance Comi any. 20, Weed A Ken
nedy, 14 De Witt Clinton, Sill Avalons. U. Armo
Council, Roval Arcanum rti Walbrldge ACo . 1. Mer
cuiy A i' 11 Apenla. s Unit d Slates LeatbrrCom
pany, 13i ew York Counter Company. 23 Fltons.
in, Avalons, 13. Hwetser, pembrose X
Co. 24t James II Dunham A Co, 12.
Si Johns Allar Unyi, 1 It Lllllpuilana, 13 Actives,
Ai Wlntlnws. 11 Helnwood, 20i Victor A A, 11
Yniinii Men a Union, SHiOsarka, 2, Pastlmia, m Car
I ales, t'2 Htar or the bsa,8 Marring A 0, 2, Jas
pers SiiiHIIott, 21
At Port Jerrls-l'ort Jervls, 7i Brooklyn Heights
F C . A.
At Crinford Cranford, 14t Dnxota, A.
AtUnmetsburg St Mary's, 20) Frederick, 8,
Masacrr Slalll Itelaaaed.
Pllinnruiiu, June 18 Ocorge T, Btalllngt Is no
lonser uiana-er of lhe Philadelphia Ball Club. To
day ho replied hli release, Col John I, Rogers, whs
went to t'spe May In tha morn ng, presumably acqul
esc ur Ihi-re was no particular reason given for
Hialllncs's di capitation other than the all Important
one thai bt, was not getting the desired results out of
the team. It was rumored that his decapitation bad
been brought about by the players, woo had gone to
the officials la a body and declared that they weuld
no longer Ptay under his direction.
HVfaiflTn rir TrUniSeiawiinnaaililli mhm,A' t. 1
XJLLH JOOVTNM TJttS TIQBBB.
Tea TkeasaBsl Vermes Wale heal the Saase at
the Fale Ureeesla.
Yale won the deciding game ot the baseball
series with Princeton at the Polo Grounds yes
terday afternoon, and shut the Tigers out of the
championship for the first time in three years.
Princeton was outplayed at every eolnt. and It
the Yale men can keep up the paoe they have
set old Rll should have no trouble In taking the
series from Harvard and the championship.
Qreenway pitched a cool, steady gsme yes
terday, and although Princeton's batters
found his curves for eight hits, the clever
Yale pltchsr kspt them well scattered. Hilda
brand was nearly as effective as his rival In the
box, but tho poor support given to him by tho
Infield deprived Princeton ot the game. Hutch
lngs at third was especially erratic and Second
Baseman Durke waa also up In the air most of
the time. Y'alo was lucky In bunching her hits,
four of which came In the fifth Inning at tor one
man waa out, resulting In three runs.
There was a typical college crowd of at least
10,000 persons present. Although at Yale the
boys are troubled at present by tho trifling for
mality of examinations, this did not prevent
000 of them from running down to help tho
team out, Princeton's large band of rooters
occupied the entire east end of the stand, aud
throughout the camo they kept tip a continu
ous volley of cheers and songs. Thor had reg
ularly appointed cheer leaders, and at times
Yale's pitcher was badly worried by the ear
splitting enthusiasm. The chorus of one of the
songs that took with the crowd was:
Everv cheer In the crowd waa for Princeton,
With a Tiger and threa time Hires 1
Than we'll chi er long and loud for old Princeton,
Tha boya from New Jersey.
" Old Nnssau" was another favorite. Yale's
supporters brought tho old football slogan,
"Old Me, old Yale, lion we'll twist tho Tiger's
tall," Into piny w 1th good effect.
Tne Princeton men were tho first to appear,
and were rerelved with a hearty cheer. The
Ynle team followed soon after, and thn blue flags
waved a welcome. Promptlj nt 3:!)0o'clock Um
pire Oaflncr started the came, with Princeton
at the bat, Suter ledolT nltha hit. and went to
second on Groenn iy's wild pilch. He stood thero.
however, while the next throe men went out
in order. Ynlo got a Blare In hor half,
when Do Baulles was hit on the foot,
stole second, went to third on Hillobrand's
error of Grpnwny'a grounder, and scored on
Knfer'e passed ball. Princeton tied the score in
the second inning, after Do Seniles had made a
wonderful stop and throw of Hutlcr's liner close
to first bise. Hutching! rapped out a single
and went to third, when Sullivan threw the ball
into centre field in trying to catch the runner
nt second. Hillebrand banged a sharp grounder
at Cimp. and the latter threw home in good
style, but Hutchlncs slid under and was safe.
Neither tram scored in the third Inning, but
In tha fourth Primeton went at Ureenwity In a
style that looked like Ynle's finish. Eddy made
a beautiful catch of Iwellj'rf low drive to left. A
base on balls was preientod to Duller, and ho
reached second on Hutchings's sacrifice Illllo
brind hit over Hazon'a head, and Kddy threw
will in an attempt to catch Uutlcr at the
plate. When the dust bad settled Hille
brand was standing on third. Dtirko's
single sent the Tiger pitcher home with
what proved to bo the last run of tho
ernmo for Princeton, In tho Yale hnlf
Wear rapped tha first ball pitched for threo
bags, and thun Princeton look a disgraceful
slump. Kelly's muff of Dittler s throw placed
Grernwas on first and permitted Wear to score.
Wallace bunted and wus out at first. Hille
brand hit Cnmp. nnd Hotchings's failure to
gather Union's twisting hit tilled the bags,
ddy struck out. hut Hutchings's third mlsplay
sentGrecnwn home.
Princeton went out without an effort in tho
fifth inning, and then Yale ran up her scare and
placed the result out of doubt. A base on balls
to Wear and singles by Greenway, Wallace.
Camp and Ilar.cn in succession wore good for
three runs, nnd sot the Yalo section into an up
roar. Hillebrand settled down long enough to
strike Kddy out again, and Kelly fielded .Sulli
van out at flrat. lite sixth Inning waa ilmosi a
repetition of tho fifth. Princeton was blanked.
When Yale's turn came at the bat Hlllebran I ap
peared to be discouraged over his poor support,
and wns very w lid lie sent De Saulh e to first
on bills, and hit Wndsworth. Wear bitted to
Ilutler. who fielded Wadsworth out at second.
In trying to complete the double, boweter,
Hurko throw the h til over to the grand at ind,
and De Saulles tallied, and Weir moved on to
thin). He scored a minute later when Hurko
fumblod Grcenway's bounder with tho last
run of tho game
With the Broro R to 3 ncalnst them the Tigers
made desperate though futilo clforts to recover
lost ground. In tho eighth inning, with two
out, Ilutler nnd Hutchlngs both hit safely, but
1,'nmp's beiutiful stopot HUlehrand's liner cut
off th- runs. Again In the last Inning thero was
a slight cbanco, which tho Princeton rooters
Belzca and worked f r all It nasworth. Uurko's
fly was caught by Eddy. Then Cimp let Wat
klns's hit go through him. This brought tho
spectators to tholr feet, nnd everybody as look
ing for n hair rnislng llnish in Princeton's lucky
ninth. Suter hit n pretty slnglo and Kaston
followed with what looked like a homo run to
riuhL Wallace, however, sprinted nfteritntn
ten second gait nnd gr ebbed tho ball with one
hand onlv a few inches from the ground, hold
ing the men on tho bases h a quick tin oh. Ills
phenomenal citch took the hem out of tho
rally of the Tigers, nnd the next two hit 1 rs
were easy outs. A quick double play by liurke
and Kelly cut Yale out of n run In tha eighth.
After the la6t Princeton man wns out thero
waa an exciting scrno on the diamond, 'ihn
Y'lo supporters rushol from the stands nnd
carried the victorious Olivers to tho clubhouse,
cheering and singing. Although thn result u ns
a great disappointment to Princeton's support
ers, and Incidental!) -st them n fow dollars,
they plucklly kept their -cats nnd chei red every
member of the lolng team. Then they irsion
triple cheer for Yale, which was returned with
interest by Eli's sons. The score-
YL.r 1 rniNCKToi
n. 1 n r o a r ! n. 1 a r o. a e.
DRsnls,2hj 11 ! 1 0 Suter, rf ...,0 2000
Wadaw'b.tbO 110 0 0 Faatnn, If. . 0 0 0 (I 0
Wiar. cf 8 1 1 (I 0 Rarer. . (I 0 0 0 II
Orcenway.p 2 2 1 2 1 Uellv, lb 0 0 10 II 1
Wallace, rf. 1 1 4 II OButltr. as 1 1 2 II I)
Camp, a 0 2 1 B )Mnth'g.3bl 2 0 3 'I
TTiten 3h . n 1 1 m (i Mlllilr nd,p I 3 n '.' 11
1-ildv, If 0 II 3 II lBurte.'Jb. 0 12 3 2
bulllvau.c. 0 0 4 1 1 Waiklna, cf n 11 1 0 0
Totals.. 8 27 10 1 Totals . .8 H 94 8 II
Yale 1 0 0 2 8 2 0 0 . -H
Princeton . 0 1 0 a 11 0 0 o 03
First base by errora Yale, Oi Prlneolon. 1. Loft
on baaea Yale. II, Prln -i-ton, H. Flrat baae on ballr
orr (irernnay, 2 off Hllli nrincl. 2. Struck nut By
(lreenwa, 4, ly Hill brand, 7. Thn e base hit
Wear Sacrifice hlt WrJIaee, Huti-hlnga. Rsa'on
Stolen haaia De Seniles II ilchtnga. liurke Double
play Buike and Kelly Hit by pitcher Br HHIp.
brand, 3 wild pitch (Irrenw ay, I'aised I sll Rarer.
Umpire OaHney. Time 2 hours and 35 minutes.
Bnaebnll Games Til-Day.
SATW1UL IBAOtR Alb AMI H1CAM ASSOCtATtOS.
Cincinnati atChtcagoi lotllsvlllo at St Louis.
ATLANTIC I EAOUK.
Allentown atNowark; Norfolk at Peterson.
OTHER OAMES.
West Mow Yerk F C. vs. Stnr A O. of Newark, at
Wi-ithawken
Rn.-iieater vs. Brooklyn, at Roche'ter.
Hoboken va, Ironaldea of hewark, at St. George
Citokrt grounds
Ah rts vs Broo'tlyn Heights F C, at Fait New York.
Hoiouh A. C. : Eureka A. c. of howark, at
Brooklyn
M Alp'ionsus va, Olanwcoda, at Recreation Park.
Fort lee A.C vs Greater hew York F. C, at tort
Ler,
Ten Fyeks vs. Johnstown F C , at Jersey City.
Emeralds vs. Manhattans, at Van Neat,
Varht IlaclBB at Oyaier liar,
A squally wind and a heavy sea were the
weather conditions under which the regular
race of tho Hoawunbakn Corinthian Yncht Club
wassailed yesterday afternoon off Oystorllay.
Nino knockabouts startod, and the raco was a
pretty one throughout. In addition to the
knockabout race Corinthians were interested in
the first aupeirance of Clinton II. Crane's t!0
footer Henwnnhnka, which wns built for llio pur-
fioseof competing In the trial races, and poshI
ily bo the bout selected to bring bark thn club's
international challenoro tropli) now held by tho
ltoial Ht, Linrnncu Club nt Montreal. Thn Son
w.luhnka had for a competitor Clark Miller's
Akabo, anil an excellent contest was antici
pated, lhe ijnawanhnka, however, broke her
centreboard and withdrew. Left Huntington,
who was sailing tho Akabn, rirrllnod lo '.ike u
sail over aftor tho Meawanhaka was disabled,
The summary
Ffnfan,
ynrht nnd Owner SnlltAby 11 m n
Keewatrtln, It. C Wetmore C, W Wrtuiore.B 211 no
Talfu. oeorge Bullock Owner ft 2U .10
Bee. Nelson Ilurr It W itllvon W'hl'w
lllilral. II. C. House Mr H- Forreal fi 27 lB
MMse, F C Buyer Mr McClelland ft 2U 411
Bants, Dsnlel Bacon onnsr ft .to on
Nakcido, F. D. Bherman F I. nberraan .0 30 BO
Brbuillilll avr Itexatta.
Phii apem-hia, June 18 The annual regatta of tha
Bohuvlklll Navy was rowed over tho National
itralghlanay couraa on tbs Schuylkill River this
afternoon. 1 he Vesper Club took Ihs majority of tho
ra ea. Pennsylvania mado a walkaway of the pair
oarrd and arulor four 1 d Marah of that club was
the favorite tn beat Fred Crasser. He fouled Craaaer
enduisel. The wluners follow t
Juuim Slnii-a Won by J MnPlnder, Malta B 0.
lime, 11 em 8
hrnlvr blngi. s Won by Frtd Crasser, Vesper B O.
Time, 11 Bt 1 B
Pair Oared Shell Won by Scott and Fxley, Penn
l)lvaulal O Time, lltlu
Junior Do hlr Uun lo I'roacrnt II O 1 C II Mar
geruuiand Put Id HaUtod Jr. Time, IU tt
ruurOarraUlga Won by Vesper Lost Club, Time,
10 04 1 B,
Intermediate Doublet Won by Vesper Boat Club)
Roehm and Hughes, lima I0il4v
senior Four-Oared Shell Won by Pennsylvania
Bars e Club. Time, 9.B3
Junior ElgbvOarad shells rTom by Vesper B. O.
, Time, tt.to.
1 1 ui 1 n a. nmi ..D'" na if i 1 11
NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN.
c.jrtiMjr wait it ox mssntrr jt
TUX OFriC Kits' ItBXTIXQ.
Itla TtSBert la Regard t the Harlan Wheel
men Saaetten la Read aail th mailer le
Rararree ts a Cammlttae te lavaallgate
Other ImsMirtaat flnsjeete Olseuaaed IVelrs. '
Those who expeoted a row at the semi-annual
meeting of the Hoard of Officers of the New
York citato Division ot the U A. Y, were far oft '
In their calculations. The meeting was held at
Berkeley Oral yesterday. It lasted from 11
o'clock In tho morning to 2 o'clock In the after- I
noon, and considerable Important business wns
transacted, Including tho appointment of a
committee to Investigate tha trouble between
the Harlem Wheelmen and A. D. Walt, Chair
man of the State Racing Hoard. The meeting
was attended by thirty-six representatives from
various parts of the Htale as follows:
W.B.Jenkins, Chief Consult M. It. Bsldlsg, Jr..
Vlce-Conauli W. B Bull, Secretsry-Treasureri Dr.
George F.. Illaekham, Auditor. Representatives from '
First district, B. A Crow, r. II. Frotdther, Dr. L. C.
Le Roy, Dr. F. A. Uyrlek, George C. Pennell, Dr. II.
O. Plffsrn, Wilt R. Pitman, Louis lloseafeld, 0. E.
Soheffler, C R. Slmma, Jr , Q, B. Yard, Isaac B Potter,
Matthew Ulbh, F, A. Ware and O K. Ulneri represen
tatives from Second dtstr et. N 8. Coblelgh, C. ".
Cole, It, W, Dye, lluyler Ellison. It. n. Fullertoo. II.
Furit, Frsnk La Manna, O, K. Btebblns and R. L. Still-
sont representative from Third dtatr'ct, W. E. Un-
derhtlli representative from Fourth district. Edward ,
I.eonardi representatlvs from Fifth dlttrlet, B. E.
Rattelli rspresntatlve from Sixth district, TV, II.
Bskeri Century Wheelmen, W. II. Maokay and Dr. E.
V, Brendoai Mount Varnon Orole Club, E. P. Crltcher.
Chief Consul Jenkins, In his report, expressed
regret that he had been unable to do much for
the benefit of the division, chiefly on acconnt of
lack of funds. He stated that an attempt had
been made to borrow money from the national
treasury, hut that It had been unsuccessful.
The finances of tho division were declared to be
In a condition far from satisfactory, but It was
hoped that with economy the year might be
comnleted with matters In much better shape.
Digressing from bis report, Jenkins suggested
that a committee be appointed to Investigate
the finances of the division and the work done
by the various officials In order that members
rulghtbe assured by others thin the executives
that there had been no abuso or unnecessary
waste of funds. Tho report commented upon
the passage of the Hlgble-Arrastrong Good Iloads
bill, the institution of the Junior League, of the
protection pinto for bicycles issued by the di
vision, and other things calculated to Increase
the membership. Tho f.illuro of tho bill provid
ing for the construction of side paths In various
counties and also of the special bill providing
for a path on thoCroton Aqiioluct was deplored.
Assurance waa given to the members of tho di
vision that the bills would bo urged for passage
at the next sosslon of the Legislature, Upon
motion tho Vice-Consul was Instructed to
nppolnt a committee of three to in
vestigate the affairs of the division as sug
gested. Tho Chief Consul requested that when
the committee was named some export account
antbemadeti memberofit. Vice-Consul Held
lng named II. II. Fullerton, George K. Stebblna,
nnd Dr. L C. Ii Hoy as the committee. Accord
ing to the report of Secrotnry-Trcnsurer Bull of
tho btute Division, the total receipts from Dec
1 to Juno 1. wcro $3,032 93. and the disburse
ments sj7.70ll.ft3, to which, adding tho liability
of Sill) on funds held In trust for hotels,
nhoued thu 1 nsh hilancn then on hand
to ho M23.40. Tho liabilities on Juno
1 were iM.ini.in. Chairman Miner of the
ltlghts and Prl lieges Commltteo recommended
tho pissngo of a law to nrcirnt the fraudulent
use of the U A. W. emblem by hotels and
others. Chairman Mcserole of the Ilo.id nook
Committee stated that tho new books for 181H
were all prepared and would go to the printer
In a few ilayB. Other commltton reports niario
wero: Executive and Finance. Dr. O. E. Black
ham; Itulesnnd Itcgulrttlnna, W II. Hiker; Im
provement in thn Ilifhw a, W. C. Vroomatt;
Transportation. II. II. Kullerton; Long Island
Signboard. E. II. Wnlker: Hotel. It. L. Stillson.
All the reports show ad tlint work had boon
backward owing to tho scarcity of money.
When the rcportof Chairman Wait was called
for at the meeting of the Hoard of Ofllters yes
terday erretnrj-Trcisurer Bull nuuounced
that Wnlt had forwarded his report by mall,
and he then proceeded to rend it. It was accom
panied br the briefest kind of a note in
which the Cnnlrinnn did not explain or excuse
his nbtenco. lie stuted that the number
of circuit meets in ttie State this yo r hid
beon gre tly diminished, but dcclarod that
such meets as hue been held wero successful
beyond expectation. Thn lAiiifllt t of State cir
cuit (later, with those or tho Nationi! cinujt
wns attributed to the fact that Chairman Mott
had neglected to mako up his list of dnlcs for
the National circuit until aflcrttio Stato Racing
Hoard had allotted lis dates for the f-Utn cir
cuit. The report quickly roithed tho subiect of
tho incut date grnnf-d to tho Harlem Wln-el-min.
The full coercion Iciue between Clmli
111111 Wnlt nnd 1. II. House of tho Harlom
Wheelmen's Knee Cniiimltt'o wns npperded,
nnd tho statements of Hntiso woro chnr
nricrizetl b Wait as false and m t
llcious. The most Important missive wns
ono dntcd Mnich 1H, and purporting to
hmo been sent by Walt. In It the Harlem
tYheeliiion were explicitly informed that Am
Itroie I'ark and Mnnlnttnn Hich were beyond
tho ronlliction limit of Berkeley Otnl, nnd Hint
the Ifnrlcms might have a competition nn June
IP. Thn lli.rli'lni cluim that Chairman Wait
tiliinlutol nnsuicd them that thero would ho
no sanction grnntod for any other meet In this
vicinity on June IB. T. J. Donahue of tho
Hiirlwn Wheelmen, who was present at thn
mooting, says that tho letter dnted March 18
wns not received by the orgnnlratlon. Dr.
Myrlrk moved that u committee be appointed
to imestlgnto tho counter statements of tho
Il.irlrms and Chairman Wnlt, and the following
wcTonnmel: Dr L. C Le Ho), H. 11 Kullerton,
K. La Manna, Louis Hosrnfeld, and C. F. foa
sum. In spoiiklng to the motion ltoaenfeld said
(hut an Investigation waa duo to Wall, to the
Hnrlems, and to the Leigue. because it wns a
(juestlon of ofllcinl good faith. A retainer of
$ too nns voted lo G. K. Mini r, Chulrniun of tho
ItightHnnd l'rl llegesComnilttoe. Thofollowlug
nominating committee was selected to chooso
rundidntes for tbe fall election: F. M. Froblshcr.
C. F.Cole.nnd W.W.Armstrong. Dr.O. L Illaek
ham nns reelected Auditor. The amendment
providing for u Junior league was formally
adopuil and a fow other minor amendments
weie also adopted. Tho absence of Chairman
Wait from tho ineotlngcnuscd more than a little
comment, nnd some sa) that his resignation will
be soon forthcoming. During thu discussion of
thu Hnilcm nflnlr I'risldcnt Potter disclaimed
nn blood relationship to Wnlt. It had been
chnrged, I'nltoreniil, Hint Wult waa retained in
ntllca slmpl) bcciusnluiis related to the Presi
dent. 1'ottciVdlscln merwnsnnde with n po
cullar riuphusU and provoked Kencral mirth.
It Is a mutter of record that remarkably fast
racing men siilfcr repeated defeats at the hands
of priKtlinllr sicnnd rato riders. This Is at
tributed to tho fact that while tho former have
tho speed the) luck heud wotk, und areata loss
how to ininn-uvro In a big field at the finish of
a r ice. Onu of tho most Important objects of
all thu big riders In a contest is to get a desira
ble position at the start and maintain a good
nlnco throughout. On this account It will be
noticed thnt all the noted riders make a prac
tice of selecting one man to push them off In
nil tholr races. It is at this point that tbe tac
tics of the riders differ, borne demand thnt a
strong man should above them off in their
races, In order that they may tako a good Jump
at the outset and secure the pole, A mijorltr
favoia n fairly strong push In order to secure
ngnod poiltiun In nil inner, bu' at the same time
moid I lie necessliv of doing tho pace work. The
most suicessful men mnlmnln that outside of
spiel the chief characteristics of a good racer
urea clear head, the ability to think and act
quickly, nnd the nerro to take chances in a big
bunch. It Is conceded that In all raceB of an or
dinary character tho most advantageous posi
tion Is second place until tho final sprint. This
enables a man to keep the loader well In tow
and affords nn opportunity for a quick Jump on
tho final quarter. In long distance tares, that,
Is In events of over five miles, riders like to so
led tho fourth or fifth position. There is con
siderable Jockrjing In bicycle racing and fre
quently the man who exorcises tho greatest
hondwork and will take the most desperate
chances ut the finish will boat a man who Is
vastly his superior In point of speed. Cloio oh
eorvutlon In races wlllnlsodorolop the fact thnt
tliorc is plenty of elbowing of opponents and
other tidies that urn manlfustly unjust, but
tho) acorn to invariably escape tho 01 us of tho
ofllclals. Tho seasoned veterans nro up to all
the tricks of cycle r icing and they frankly ad
mit that some of their closest races lmio been
won by tho mere intimidation of less expe
rienced men,
Hlders who complain that the shortest rides
aro fatiguing can attribute this sory frequently
lo tho custom of uneven pedalling. It hits been
tipoatcdl) poiutodout that a majority of thu
Oilers ride regardless of any sort of form. Tho
knee should nut, as is the custom with a great
number, s werve in or out of a straight line drawn
from the hips, A 1 irgo number of riders uciiuiro
the unsightly hibttof turning their knees out
ut Ihu toil of each strnku, while others turn
their knees In. Furbtylo and power n perfectly
straight Hue, If followed, will be fouu 1 10 ylio
the mutt antisfictlon ami impravo the general
uppearnnto of the rider whllo on a wheul. Often
times the poor adjustment of the saddle und
handle bars will be found to be responsible for
this custom,
Hopalr mon who have shops on lhe roads well
tr.iiollulD) rldcrsdeoluretniil thu mending work
onhlijilea this oar Is far In exeias of any
other season, Punctured tires nro common, but
mishaps that seem to full to the lot of riders
who enturo out ot lhe city lonsist of the lepalr
ot more troublesome parts. The frequent break
downs occur to cheap wheels that are uuable to
stand the strain and bard usage that riders put
them to over all condition! of road, so tbe re
pair men sajr. Complaints of broken forks, bent
4ay ,timmmimi, -
pedal cranks, loose head! and wheels ont et true
seem to be most common.
At Berkeley Oval yesterday afternoon X. A.
Powell demonstrated again Ills complete su
periority over his rivals n the amateur ranks.
He captured the half-mile championship event,
and with C. M. ErU as his mate finished first In
the one mile tandem championship raco. It was
an all-amatenr card that wae presented, and the
races produced spirited finishes. The attendance
was naturally light on a day when the crowds
were headed toward Bbeepshead Bay and Man
hattan Beach. In the ten-mile paced event for
the metropolitan district championship Bedell
won handily. Summaries:
One Mile Novice Final heat won by O A, MeCar
thv, Morris llelghtat J McCue, New York, second I
raak J Hoey, New lork, third. Time, 8 minutes
34 S .1 aaconda
Half Mite state Champlonihlp Final heat won by
I. A Pontll. New York Athletic Clubi K, Buvee, Blna
hamton.secoudi O V. llabcuck. New York, thlrdi V.
A La Due. Morris Helihls, fourth. Time, 1 minute
10 4. a aeeonda.
One Mite state Championship Final heal won by
1 A Powell. New York Athletic CubiW A las Due,
Morrla ltelihu, sicondt O V Uabcock, New York,
third Time, li minutes 10 seconds.
One Mile Tandem, mate Championship Won by O,
Jt. Iris and 1 A. Powell, Now Yorki F. A and A.
Muur, sprlnjtneld. second 1 J Caccavajo and W. A La
Due. Nw ork, third Time, 't mlnutea 11 seconds.
Om-Mlle Handicap Final hsat won by F. L. Kramer,
Newark, 111 vardai E. v. Bailsman, Now Haven,
scrateh, second! W, A, la Due, Morrla Heights, BO
yards, third Time. 11 minutes 10 seconds
Ten Mile Metropolitan Championship, Pactd Won
by Bedell. Time, ItO minutes 40 1-0 seconds.
A lively tilt occurred yeaterdaynt the meeting
of the Now York Stato Division board of ollli era,
with President Putter nnd Chief Consul Jenkins
ns principals. 1 ho business of the day had been
transacted, when Prcsluent Potter took the floor
on pcrsonnl privilege In order to reply to tho
statements msdo In the report ot Chief Con
sul Jenkins, to the effect that the division
had not lncressed In membership this year as It
had in ) oars gone by because of a lack of funds.
President Potter politely but pointedly said that
it was because the work of tho division
had not bcon properly attendod to by
Its officers; thst the division always had
been in nrrcais, but that It never before had
found any difficulty In obtaining money with
which to properly prosecute tbe work and re
trieve Itself. The exceptions takon by Mr. Pot
tor covered nearly every point In Chlof Consul
Jenkins s roport and the President nlso went
into details suggesting what might bavobeen
done and what things should not have hap
pened. Mr. Jenkins replied to tho criticism
with considerable heat and afterward left the
orul, although ho was on tho cord to referee the
raues.
In spite of the countor-attraction of the Sub
urban Handicap right across tha bay, the stands
at tho Mtnhattan Heach Cycle track held be
tween 6,000 and 7,1100 persons yestordav, who
wont to see the thlrly-mllo race between Edounrd
Tavlore and '1 0111 Linton. A good still race was
run, hut n sweeping sen brrezo that caught the
men In the stretch and onetsryturn prevented
uny records from being lonerod. Thnt the limes
mado In tho facu of the killing wind wero Honour
to the new records created by McDufTle on
Friday was surprising Linton won by a Inn
and a half after a struggle that lasted almost to
the on 1 and amines reached sensational points.
Five quintuple midlines und one four-setter
wero used by each of the competitors for pice
making. Tayloro atnrtel In tho lead and tho
men rode close together until tbe last lap of tho
third mile, when Linton forged to the front. In
the fourth mile Linton lost his pace and hookod
on behind his rival, but In catching ono ot his
own machines g tin ho lost a third of a lap.
While retaining this le id and coming up the
stretch on tho first lap of the sixth mile, the
"quad" behind which Taylore was going broke
and went down. For an instant the air was full
ot waving arms and legs and a groat about want
up, for It seemed cortaln that the llttlo French
man must fall over his men. By very clever
work he dodged some and rode over others and
started alono uftor Linton, who was then as
much In the lead as ho had previously been be
hind. l'ajloro caught up nnd the men rode on only
a length np irl for nine miles, making, occasion
ally, desperate sprints when one or the other
tried to pull nwa). In the first lap of tho
fifteenth 111 1 to Tajloro lost his pace and felt
1 behind so rapidl that In a trice Linton was I
half a lap ahead. As was seen lator. it wan
, nt this time that the race wus Inst to Taylore
Ihopiclng machines were so closely matched
I that with cither man that far behind.it was
almost n hopilcss task triiug to make up the
distance, 'lajloro fought gamely, but Linton
was out for blood, and continued to gain until
1 at the twenty setonu mile he caught Taylore,
making tho latter a Inn behind. In the suc
ceeding miles Linton tried repeatedly to pass
Tavlore, but (tin not succeed until tbe twenty
ninth mile, 'laylore was then Irretrievably out
of It, and Linton forged aheid until ho won by a
Up and n hnlf.
1 he other si-nsatlonnl feature of the afternoon
wis tho match racu between " Major "luylor,
thn colored crack ijack, and Junp Kden. It w 3
the best two in throu beits, the tlrst paced, thu '
1 second unpucud, aud tho third, if nsccasair, waa
to Itiivo Its stylo decided by a toss. Tailor was I
a hot favorite in the stands, and as the ilulsh in
I eaih heat was crj close tho oxcitecient ran
j high. When Tnjloi came off victor the cheer-
I lug was wild. Ono thing of Interest waa 1
shown In this event, nnd that waa that
Amorlcatt eiunds can appreciate the French 1
si In of alovi rices and jockeying about the '
track up lo n hot splint in tho stretch. In both
tho paced huits the men quit tho pcconiakrr I
earl in the third lap and began to manccuire
I tu get behind the other nn tho wny to thi stretch.
I lhe crowd, iustoait ot hissing, laughed unci '
1 elIeddollght dly it the tactics. Summary:
Thirty-Mile Match llnce l'ae-d Won hv Tom Ltn
tun of Wales Idouaid Talorj ot 1-rance second
lime Vi minute and Jllst-cnnds
Half Jllln Handicap. Amateur Won by A V Ran
BOu.&Oyds J K. IloJgers, 1 0 varda, Bi-cond, II, P.
Orauberry, 00 yards, third. Tims, 1 mluuto 1 2 5
I fiectimla
' InlrlnfaMlle Handicap, Professional Won by R.
I A Miller, Si) yards, I. 1 Irelind, 4 ards. tocond,
11 I rerrllt. in yarda. thirl, "Major" Taylor,
I aeratch, foiirtu Time, IU 1 5aiconda
I Oni M le Match Pa t ll-lt two heats In three, be
Iween Vijur Ti)lor aud Jaap I den First heat,
paced by A C Merleua, won uj Taylor Time, a mm
uttal.il t seconds buconti heat, unpa?. d, non tij
F, ten Time, ,1 minutes II i5 second Third heat,
I a r,l by Merlins, won by Taylor. Time, J minutes
as 4 & Ht-rnnds
One kilometre trial agalnat time by Fred J. Titus.
Time, 1 minute 1 1 & seconds.
BAYSllir. L I., Juno 1R. F. J. Shelling won
tho flic mlln handicap rend race of tho Falcon
Wheelmen, held on the Ilrondwa) course from
the West bhoro Hotel to the Brondwny depot
I ant return, this afternoon. Out of fort entries
1 there wcro twenty-one starters, of which
eighteen finished. The ilulsh was In the follow
ing order, with tho handicap ot the tlrst tlvo
men:
F J. Shelllpg, 3 minutes. E. P. Lloyd I minutest
Ororga Dollier. 1 minute aO aecoudst A. lalwurda, 3
tnluuies. Wll.ism Jtnnlnea, .10 aecunts, n It SMI
larl, 1 mluuto, M St John, 1 minute, 10 secoudat
( E Cote, tl mlnutna, Alox Alllasou, In aeeonda, W.
L Rich serati h, divard iMiwiltn.W D Sbian, James
Indl , Harry II Mundi, C. M. Rejnoids, Edw ard Ol
son, and R Slolaon.
W. la, Itlchl, tbo winner of last year's handi
cap, won the time prirn. Ho was the onlv
scratch man, nnd coiered the distance in 1.1
minutes 04 seconds.
NOTES.
The Belfaat Cla'tntt Juurnul says- "E S. Etwarda,
(hi lid miles aday ti-lebrty, was at one lino a
promluc nt niember of the J, v rpo il Cycln Club, an J
no helU (he office of captain of tin noil ilefunetlli
. rr 001 Rood tailing ( tub fur some Dim w In n at
I ticrpool hdwarla uauohsldarcd agood mail rider,
and he ilnubllea would hae made his mark before
leailmt 1 nlatid but for meeting with a t ad accident
' which tou.c ill tho 'go' out of him fur a Ionic tlmo "
I Jlinniv Michael will makn bla first appearance In
I eon ip Itliin tblaaraaon on July a at t'ostun Ho will
1 meet E Idle Mc-uunie In a fifteen mile luatoh racu.
KI- Ooodnian of this oily Is training for mlddle-dtatam-e
races
The illeu Cove Wheelmen will hold a twenty five
mile road ra c on July 4 lietwein Roslyn and Kaat
Norwich I'ntrPa will tlnau with tl. 11. HofTman,
I'oatOOIce box !IU1, (Hen I'ove, N Y
The lmpi rial Cycle Club of tlila rlty has elected thn
follow Ing officers- President, J Qollner, Vice-President.
Mlaa Matiel IJeorxei Heeretary, J. Mccileuaeyt
Treasurer, N. Heyaer. Captain, M. Mayer 1 1.lcn tenant,
0 Jacobl and L Smith, Color Hearer, Mri. C, Bruah,
Busier. E. Perohal ,
Cardaug, the foreign longdlstanoa rider, recently
nude an attempt 10 reduce thn Scoteh one hour rec
I ord of ,1(1 nillea HO'l yards, but fell IH7 yards abort of
I the reiord There la talk of a twent) fourhnur
match race between Cordang and Huret to take place
next month .
Aligut 1 ehr. much dliaatlafled n 1th hla experience
with blci'lo race promoting In America, sailed on
Thursday for Franco lis has tidnerl a roiuplalut I
aftalnstlilseniplniera wltlithe Nallotial Hsrltil Hoard.
Itwasb-cauae of I.ehr'si omplalnt aud thei Irculatlcn
Iofiumoratolheelfei-tlhattlie National Cyi-leilromn I
had been suspended lhat them waa an small an ut '
tendance it the main mei 1 1 1 Ambrose Park un Wei
neslay The nclnit was all rUht. and with light
enough to enat le up clatora In d sllngulah the inch
night cc!a races wuuld pri I ably be one of the strong
rat festurnaiif wh.el raelns:
Among tne in tubers of the (lullenburr Wheelmen,
Messrs Otto H-lt, William llumuii-l. II McCllyun,
John Hess Slid William Wodeman 111 compote In
the local inn ta this eaon
Tom Hutl-r of Hostoii ond Howard Freeman of Ore
gon will meet In a match race at Philadelphia on
July 4
Tha Weeltaivken authorities hare de liter! to en
force ibe ordinance which forbids wheelmen 10 rids
rn the aMewalka hcieral arrests haio beast made
this week.
Wheelmen In the Hudson City section or Jeraey
CUT nreromplHlnlnslhat there la no well paved np
1 f roach to the Jlu la ui Pnulciard, luiweeu Pavonla
avenue aud the city line flowers atreit, which wi 11M
make a (entrally locate 1 appr Mrh 1ms only ono
bliKknf aathali, Tin mailer "ill l brought to lha
attention of the Hoard of Htnet aud Water lomnila
sinners
Tin Dewey Wheelmen, an offi-hoot of tha Acme
Wheelmen, have teen orttnnlred In Jersey City, with
Cspt Poller aa tho Iradlnir aplrlt,
Knerbaboiit Itaee at Ibe Coautrj Clue.
The second race of a sorlea for bolts of the
knockabout class belonging to tho members of
tho Westchester Country Club was sailed jes
terday afternoon on I'elhnm Haj . fho winner
agnln turned up In Arthur Isollti's Dipper,
which did the course of flic miles In 1 hour 30
1 minutes 1H seconds, which was abetter show
ing than In the opening race. II H. Itcdinoud's
Ditto tlnlshod second, with the Folly, A. de
I Navarro, third; while the Idle, silled by v. 11,
Ilussell, came In list, The third race will be
sailed next Saturday, and should tbe Dipper
again prove victorious the handsome silver lov
ing oup donated for the races by 11. rl Hedmond
will become tho personal property of Air. letlio,
II 11, iilma ''sai.a'VaaM'.'wali'ssViewal.'rtajaj
fiWtomn'0 Mob. gpanircwa-t. wpuh.
Prepare for the Fourth! m
Oar fltook of sporting poods noTor vrna moro oomploto. Wo mon- BjJ
tion a fow Reduced Prices whioh hold Rood until July 4: (
8flopnornGftlofl, whoolB, $7C 00 Dower Gannons, woight, $r (H) H
W Bovolvers, .82 calibre, fivo- $ 00 Uk
Boys' ond Girls' whools $?? 00 shot, .... (W
rodtiood to . . Other grados up to . $15.00 Hi
Storllng Whools, . . $50.00 Eovolvors, oolf-oookoro, 22 $50 Hb
H. Piopors' best quality $3 00 $7.00 William Taylor, Jr., $3 50 BM
Eiflos, .22 oalibro, . u Raokots, . KH
ca S1'00 Cotton Bathing Suits, .66
D;Weil3tlb? TnB: S2-5 $3.00 Jersey Bathing Suits, $2.00 K
Fishing Tackle, Kodak and Premo-Cameras, L
Harlin Repeating Rifles. f
Schoverling, Daly & Gales, II
325 BROADWAY. Ip
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a Piorrnn rrflTirfnrilo Vintnra & oun cnKpiT depautment offbrs akt b:oi L a
lUllaUa, UXctWiUlUD, V1ULU10 J CLE, WITUOOT BECUlUTr, ON TERMS Ol" M
J Wolff-Americans. ipQf ftasJa; JZS&
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rORMI PRICE
? A nns In on mlnnw an4 ? I 11 U H I B W
f tlilrtj saconds U what It maans. ? ff H J "a. BJ M H 1
99 Model ) In Bicydes, both are high or
Ridden br Ulotaaal. Linton, Elkas, I both ZTt lOW. , Il
( Uutlar, Johnson, Lauthcad, etc ) f M
c hbiuht holds. ( An exception is the Wolff- g,
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Price $65.00. R
C CALL AND SEE IT, C a650, ?65, $80. tH
i ta.d.rdio.oMiiuacj.i.m.ttre. 1 Adopted by the cycle police of New M
c ? York after exhaustive tests. BfJ
? The Tinkham Cycle Co., "Made in mw York cay." W
OOOOIOM. 6n,ht..Rlew V.rk. S ,w VoTlt nrsW,n, W
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3 UOITSITOH'SJ i.i:t. ... ? nthav . I'lTlVsst 125th Fulton st. FkaVJ
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S lltni.KU Aa.KTN, ) Boulevard, n. lOlih st. 70 Erlo at., cor 4th. 1'BaH'
S Lj ou Cycle Co, 60 East 123th St. C Irnarki Klltabetbl iBeTsfi
2vs-r-kyAV,'VvX-4. sfaB Croad at. aiODroadst. iK
W ELMORrCYOLES, $50. you and the otheb K'
Orders are so plonllliil for Elmora Ulcycles that the v v ai XJ-I.AJ VJ LHUIM afssH
factory is runnluic at full force while other factorial TTPT.T MWQ IBeV
are cliiaod. W 1IY ? J-'AJAJ-' ' O B
ISSJStSff ."aSS. o Want a fall Beaaon'8 nse W
UO gear anil not know It Calaloicms free f ,1.1 ;il 1, ,i:,:i. r If
me. uHi'iii'sii Km ah. oi a wueoi, win do disappoint- 6,m
SO other maai a from 17 50 lo 0. , ., , , , . .. 'fl
SIO SAMPSON SPEC. TIRES. S4.50 P'R. e if you delay ordering. .Now I
The beat tire made. 24 In, 2 78 2(1 In . $3 30 pair. .1 fiinn "Vr.n raA nr,
VIM TIItBJrS, S.7. B.4IIC. 18 tUe, tlmo-. lou .need nofc
Guaranterd Vlma, 4 flOi 1st iiua'lly Hartforda $8 no COD10 UCrO ! lUflt WritO to US.
ill, Trenton tires. It pain others. (J aud t'l 0 pair. '
GENUINE BROWN SADDLE. S 1 .79. and you will get prompt at-
Brown pattern, file. M'o BHc.Mealnuer. 7c. tlca:,7tlo. , ,. j n ,. . ,.
98 SEARCHLIGHT LAMPS, $2.55. tontion and full aatiBfaotion,
U8 20ih Century. 1 65i Banner. 1..'5. M. AW, but COH10 if VOU Can BDarO tho
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( Durant AlcLean & Co., ( The Price, tffeOO m-
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