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I ANSON KICKS UP A ROW 4X,d ojt7rn.w -ituji rxrjj jtjbld w t jjj- rjtfjriiK ovbhua.v. 1 T Hew T.rlia Wl and ! at nvlaad H Cincinnati Urals St. Leal Trrlce, Wall I l' aMllskar It UertaUa bf tba DiiIiki- I rhitadalafcla Itlu Easily rrm Ioulsvllle. 7 l,Ths Now York broke eraa on two (amis at Cleveland yesterday nd r still at the .000 Hark. In seventh place. The Cincinnati, by Winning tiro games from Hi. Louis, Increased their lead a trine, altbougli tlie llostons cap J turod a hard-iouirht contest from tho Plttsuuree. " Tho I'hlladclpulas bad a comparatively eur time with tlie Loulavllles, and drew till nsarer the New York. Th results: Mow York, 4 1 Cleveland, 0 (first fiatoe). Cleveland, 0 New York, (second gam). Cincinnati, 8 (II. Louli, a (flrat game). Cincinnati, B Bt. Louti, 0 (eecoad fame). Boiton. fl Pittsburg, B. Philadelphia, 8 Louisville, S. fUE ncconn. Irtri rir Ctuls, TTen. Lett. rrnt. Clues. Wan. Loll. ernt. Cincinnati. Bit 83 ,eBB New York. SB lit! .000 Boston 87 US ,0117 Phlladelp'aHS 1 .491 Baltimore. .Ill lis .tJU7,l)rooklyn...im 8s ,411 Cleveland. .38 aa .803iWaehlntf 80 .nsr) Chicago... ,84 SO .6l,7,tt. Loula.. 80 41 .359 riU4burt..3a 87 .o4Louls1llla..l9 41 .811 XIW YOKE, 4; CLEVELAND, OnHBr O.ME. Clkvclakd, Jane 28. It 1b somewhat difficult to know Just where to atart In dcicrlblnir the ''aramesat Loague Park hero to-day. It is easy noueh to dlapnae o( tha first (ramo. Kuilo did that, the lonely two lata mode off Ills delivery ana me elirht Cleveland outa on fouls tell tho atorj of that contest. But tbe second sauio nothing like Ithus bueii laeu Blnca Illicit Ewiuc'i time. Botustltnes, when old Anaon woaanolt, games thnt reaombled It formed part at the Chicago diet, but attached to a New York mouu oarrl, ucrcr. Only one umpire, Cushwan, out dated, t'mplre Heydlsr being Hi. In the second rume a run nil around the baiei tvaatnude lir a Cleveland player on three atrlkea. two men being aent home ahead of hlin. It mar bo Bald right hero that Cleveland won, or rather New York lost, for no credit Is duo to Cleveland tor winning. Seymour "gotcatched." aa they any out here, making a balk. Next Anson, feel ing' hit outs. In being no longer classed as a Colt, got prankish, balked 111 the tracea and Umpire Puibruan ordored him from tho grounds. Your uncle declined to Bo and a policeman nil lnatructed to put him out. Anaon shoox hands with the policeman, told lilm tbat ho looked like mem per of the Hroailwny Squud. and sat down on the bench. The Cleveland policeman waaio tick led ut tho compliment that he doollruid to eier elee his authority. Cuahmau'a watch was pulled Into play, and when It counted four minutes Anaon walkod through tho wlckot. Policemen took considerable part In the game, and on an alleged block by one of the bluocoaU a Clare land player, McAlcer, moved up to third baie from second. (Seymour was not quite satisfied that he had done bad enough In making a balk, ao he fum bled an easy bunt and burled It way out to the core board, tbo batter reaching third. The Now Vorks thought they were playing- n little game of solitaire and Indulged In some foolish base running; result, four of them wore thrown out py Zlmiuor. Two of these nipped hopes lost Now ork opportunities to score. On tho other sldo of the New York ledger three brilliant double plays stand out In bold relief. All wore Quick and aharp and seemed ao Impossible that the Indiana were dazed In tholr amazement. All this time the Olevcluniii woro saying noth ing and counting op runs. They took what came their way. There was a conference before the ninth began. New York wanted "a grand rally;" tho rally came, put wbb not quite strong enough. Ono run was sent In; a bane on balls Clloil tho basoa again, but Seymour struck out, retiring the side. Tho strike out that was good for four bases will go down in history. Zlmmer vu tbo batsman. lie struck out. Catcher Grady dropped the ball and Zlrumer reached drat. Grady clumsily pretended to haro hold the ball, and threw It to second bate. That baa-being at the time without a guardian Zimmer kopt on , making the circuit, and the entire Now York team eumo In to the plate to protest, and Zlm mer kept on mo-ring until he had located the homo plate. Tbo scores: CIXVEIOSD. I xzw Tort. a. la.r.o. a. a E.m.r.o.1. . fiarXett. lf...O 110 olTTIaltren.efl 8 3 0 0 Chllda, 84. ..0 0 3 8 0 Ttoraan.lt.. .0 110 0 S'aJlace. Db.0 0 1 li O.Joyce, lb. ...6 0 0 10 cKtan.u.,0 1 li U o'rlaTli, u 0 14 8 0 Tabean. 1b..O 0 10 1 1 Olrason, 8b..l l a 4 0 Blake, rf....O 0 1 0 1 .McOrfry. rf.O 0 0 0 0 UcAIear. CI..0 0 8 0 0 Hartnian,3b.l 1 a 1 0 O'Connor, o..O 0 7 1 o'TVaruer. o.. .0 a 0 a o niiou, p....o ooi oIruji, p i 1110 ' Totals..... .7) "i 87 10 "5 Totala..,..T TaTlS "o Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Hew York 0 0 10 0 0 0 1 2 4 .4 rintbajo on arrora New York. 8. Left on bases '7 Cleveland, 0; rtew York, 6. Tnree-basa hit Van Balireo. Two-baae bit 01an, First bate on balla Oft Huile. rt. Struct out By Wlltos. 8 by Ruate, 2. Stolen basa Uavla. Umpire cushman. Time 1 hour and CO minutes. CIXVKLAKD, 0; NEW TORE, 4. CUEEVLAKS. BtW TORE. n. la.r.o. x.c R. la. r.o. a. z. Bnrkett, lf..l a 0 0 V.Haltren.cM S 8 0 1 Chlldi, 8b... 0 0 4 0 0 Tternan. ir..O 10 0 0 XVallsce, Dd.O 19 0 0 Jojoe, lb....o 0 10 0 8 HcKean, IS..1 11a 0 Davie, 11.. ..1 8 1 u 0 Tebeau, 10. .8 0 7 0 0 Oleaion, 8b. 0 18 8 0 Blase, rf,...0 Oil 0 JleCleary. rf.l 1100 UoAleer, cr..t 18 0 0 Hrtman.3d.l 8 0 0 0 Zlmroer, 0...1 18 0 0 Orady, 0....0 0 8 B 8 Young, p.... 0 0 0 3 0 Seymour, p.. 0 118 2 Totals. ....8 "oa7 14 "o Totals... ..7 lT28 li "7 Yoang out, hit by third strike. Sleveland 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 1 ..0 ewYork 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 - Flret base on errors Cleveland. 8. t ft on bases Clarelanil, 0; New York, 6. Two-base hit Seymour. 1 TJoubte plays uleason and Joyce; baymour and ' ' Joyce: Oleaion, Davis and Joyea. First baie on balla . ptr Yonng, Sj oft Seymour, 4. Hit by pitched ball Tlbeau, McAleer. Struck out By Young, 1; by Bey motif, 3. Sacrlrlre hits Illake (V). Wallace, Zlmmer, ?L rltolen baee Tebeau. Wild plichei Seymour, 8. r'l Tjmplre Cushman. Time 1 hour and do minutes. ciscuvATi, 3; ST. Louis. S nasi ouis. , Rt. Louis, Ho., June 88. Good fielding by tke Reds and slow work by the Uronns gave two games to Clnvlnnatl to-day. In both raiues the home team outclassed the vtaltors In the matter of base hits and errors, but In other asientlals It was way behind In the Mrst game au unaccepted chance by (Jutnn per mitted the visitors to score the decisive run. The score! ST. 10CTH. I CIKCIK1UTI. i. 1. r.o. a. n. n. is. r.o. i. i. Powd.rf 0 0 10 0 Mcnrlde,cf..u 0 8 0 0 Btcnzel, rf...O 18 0 ri'Kmtth. If ..0 0 4 0 0 Jlarley, lf....O 0 0 O 0 Mnl'he.8b..O 0 0 0 0 5rois. lib, ...3 8 8 0 0 Beokley. lb. 8 8 18 0 0 Decker, lb.. 0 oil 1 0 Miller, rf 1 11 B 0 1 Clemente. CO 1 2 a 0 Corcoran, is.O 18 7 1 8 ulno, ....) 0 8 8 0 lrln, UD....0 0 14 0 rooks, 3b. ..0 3S8 0 Vuughn. c.,.0 0000 Hurhey, p...O 0 10 (1 Uwyer, p. ...0 0 8 11 aucilen' 0 000 0, 1 Totals U 8 87 18 0 Totals 8 S87 17 0 Batted for Hugbey In ninth Inning. Bt. Louis 0 0 n 1 0 1 0 0 03 Cincinnati 0 10 10 0 0 0 1-tt ; rasaeil ball Cletuente Stolen bases McBrlde, Hill, r Three-bate lilt Gross. Hrst liose on balls orr Hujhey, 11, Sacrifice hits Qulnn, Sillier, Uugsey. Bf Time 1 hour and 35 mlnutss. Umpires O'Day and F alcDonald. HP CINC'tSVATI. bt ST. LOUIS, 0 EC0IfO OAHK. V HT. IllVIH. C1KCI1AT1. R. 111. PO.A.E K.lB.r.O.A.. Ilnwd.rf .. .11 1! 3 U 0 3lPBrlde,cf..2 3 8 0 1 btenrel, of... 0 lid 0 Smith, If. .. .0 lion Hariri, If .. 0 18 0 0 JU'l'hee, 2h..O 0 4 4 0 Crimx.illi.. 0 10 8 lllnikley, lb.,1 110 0 0 linker, lb. I) 18 0 0, Miller. rr....l 10 11 BuitOru.c 0 17 11 Corcoran, is. 1 3 8 7 0 Qllltin, M. .. 0 0 0 8 Olmln.UI 0 0 8 7 0 Crooks lib.. .0 0 a 8 0 1VIU, c. .. 0 1 1 s II Budbotl, p.. 0 8 0 8 (1 tiaminanu.p 0 0 0 8 0 Total! 0 0 17 10 2 Totals 0 B 87 84 2 Bt. Louis 0 0 II 0 0 0 II 0 0-0 Cincinnati 0 8 0 110 0 1 03 Twn-base bits Bowd, Smith, Pelts. Home run VruMey. DoubU plays llcl'hee aud Beckleyi 1o I'hea, Corcoran ann PerLlry. Tbree-bajo hit Mo BrMs. UJt by pitched lisd-Sionrel (ii, Decker. First base on balle Off Daiiiuiann, li off Budbuff, 1, truck out By Audhuff, 4i by Bammann, 1, Uui- lrsa-0'lay and llobonald. Tlaie 1 bour and $0 ilnutes. postox, C rmsaoao, S. rmssuaa, June 3D. The chsmilons mode seven hits aud ecorid three runa In the fourth and Qflb InntUK' Halting rillerad KUIeu an I wae fairly aucci-aful, but at the end of the Mrst half of tho nlntli the score stood 0 to 3 lu the vtaltors' favor. ' Tannetilll waaaent up to bat la Uastlnsa's place aad tliew a tine on t alia. With two out O'nrlen slniled, and tlirte ruua were ai-ar'd on Uray'a triple to the rlubt field fenM miu! L.ing'e bad throw to third. The batting; "f staltl, avho hammered out three single ami a three lorccr. which flail rod In four of the ls runs, practically won the i-lnae game for the ubam alone. Throws to the bssrs ty Donovan, OTtrlen and McCarthy cut off runs 1 he acorei rirresrno, bostosi. a.lB.ro.A.a.l r. la.r.o.A.c. Bonovsn. rf 3 0 0 1 Oillamllloa.of.l 12 0 0 Ollrllll, Of 18 8 1 O'Ttaney. lh..O 0 til 0 0 Oiei.Ub. .. 1 t 3 1 rjiully.lf. .,18800 UcCartlir. lf- l 8 1 C Culllna. Sb..l 3 0 0 0 pal'. lb .0071 0 Mahi, rf . .. 4000 raddru,l.b..O 0 1 1 iM.uuf, aa.... 0 0 1 a 1. Bnhrhsr.o.. 0 a P o l..-e, Sb....o i a a o Kly.sa . ...0 1 II 2 ' Vcstar, 1. ..00011 glllea, p. ...0 0 0 V 0 Wlllla, p, .. 0 118 0 a.Ilcya. p..O 0 I '. C - Tannehili.,.1 0 0 0 0 Tetals 11121 9 8 Tottla ...."o "ilavf U 1 Halted for Hastings la the ninth Inning . Elttsburg n 0 0 0 1 u 1 o 8-0 Mton 1 0 0 8 10 0 1 18 IHti.len likara Buffr, Hamilton, O'Brien. Three-baae blta ilahl uray. hai-rlllce hltt lxin (8), Tenney LMul.ii plaa -Iroc. I.imi'. slid Teuney, o'llrlen and P.ilr.. Mrin k out- f y Kllien, 4. 1.y lli.lluji, 8 by Willi -I Hi. I haau on 1 alls -Hit Wlllla, fl. illllv pli uei uHririi, lmuan I'uiilira -l.yocb aud A. -lr. in Ti . e -I hour sml "5 iinnntr. mil AOKI illlA, . .i I4XIIJ.S, J L .- J. June 2' Louts v He ioiiII nc. hit flail m to a, trlille t u bits . r.d a-iine inup,Ms ivre b n li. ii "IT Ua-i', on nl t li ir i I 1 1 ,,ie aiHtred flva luu and ii-uea lullie Iblrd lanls, tlarka and fuck played a) flae tleJsUag game and Delaaanty waa vary timely with kUaJta. Tbeaeoni miunrtrnu. louutiiu. a.laTAA,a st.la.tr.e. Oooley, cf-.., 8 bio 0 Clarke.lt.. ..0 0700 Douilaas.lb.0 111 1 0 nitchle, ee...S 1111 Delahanty, if 1 8 8 0 0 Boy, cf 0 18 0 0 Lajole. ...o 18 8 1 Dexter, rf.,,0 0 10 0 rilok.rf 1 14 0 0 Stafford, 2b.0 0 0 11 HoFarland.c.o 113 0. Watner,lb...0 1 11 o 0 Lander, db.,,0 0 18 8 Cllnimsn.uw l a 8 0 Crops, ss 1 0 3 8 0 Ilttrldie, O..0 110 0 Plait, p I 118 OUagee, 1 18 8 0 "" Pewers,.,..,0 0000 Tetals 8 11 87 14 8 Totals 7 87 8 f Batted for Mates la the ninth Inning. Philadelphia 0 0 ft 0 1 0 1 t l- Loutavliie 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 1 03 First bssa en errors Philadelphia, li Louisville, 8. Left en bases Philadelphia, 4 1 Louisville. H. Two base hits Belehanty, Wacner,Douglass. Three-baae hit riatt. Home runs flick, Kltciile. Double plays Cross, Lajole and Iiouglassi Cllngman and WaVnar. Stolen liases Delehanty, Cross, Struck out By rlett. li by JUfee, 1, Hit by pitcher Clarke. Flrat basa en balls-Off Matee, 1. Wild pltch-llagee. Tims 1 hour and OS minutes. Attsndance 1,000. Urn plres Snyder and Connolly. Atlantlo tyeagste. AT t BCASTtB. st, n. i. Laneaater,..,0 4 B 3 0 B 8 0 0-18 19 1 AUentown...7...0 O100U08O 4 00 Batteries Sprotel and Wentet Wood and Foster. at niAnrsa. it. n. b. Readlns: 0 10 0 0 0 0 8 08 10 0 nartferd 0 0 0 3 0 0 18 ..-8 7 8 Batteries Ludrsy and Ileydom Bowen and Roach. AT riTliRSOK. n. b. Faterson.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 s Richmond 0 V 0 0 0 0 0 03 q 1 Uatteiiea Flaherty and Usmlsi Sparks and Vls neauz. Kastara League. at m-rriLO. . a. b. Buffalo 0 0 0 1 3 II 1 0 0-11 18 4 Provtdrnc 0 OOUUUOOO 8 70 Batteries Brown and Crqubarti Rudderham and Ooogan. AT nOCIUMTKO. n. n. b. Rochester. 0 0001000 0 1 10 4 Springfield 1 8 0 0 8 9 0 3 0 10 10 0 Batteries Yerkaa and BoydiPappalawandKlehola, AT TOBO.VTO. n, n. b. Toronto. 1 0 0 13 3 0 1 817 18 1 Wllksabarra....O 0000100 a- a 87 Batteries Williams and Llppt Keenan and Condtng. At Montreal Wat grounds. Hew Verb Btata Leasa. AtOanandalgua Canandalirua, SiOswege, 8. At Home Home, 18; Cortland, 8, At Lyons Lyons. 0, Auburn, 4. New England League. At Pawtucket Pawtncket, 8: Taunton, 0. At Fall River Fall River, 7 Brockton, 0. Other SJamea. at xtw Loason. a, n. x. New London. 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 8 4 Daubury 0 0 0 1 O 8 0 8 17 8 S Batteries Cain and Lamari Morris and Phelps. AT CAI.AJ0I1A.UX. n. n. x. Olllams 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 8 1 Utlca 0 0 S 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 8 0 Battsrles Bernhard and Chasat Setley and Toft. At Seneca Falls Cuban Slants, 17: Sensoa Falls, 8. Baseball ajautaa Te-Day. KATI0.1AL LEAOCK AISO AmUCAit ASBOCIATIOB. New Tork at Chlcagoi Brookryn at Plttaburgt Bos ton at Cleveland i Philadelphia at Claolnnatl; Balti more at Louisville; Washington at St. Louis. XASTIRV tRAOUE. Providence at Buffalo; Springfield at Roobester; Wllkesbarre at Toronto; Syracuse at Montreal. ATLA.VTIU LXAUCK. Rlohmond atPatersont Hartford at Reading; Allen town at Lancaster. oman oabxs. Orange vs. Newark, at Orange OvaL Jlaaeball Notes. V. II. Dennis, Jr. The runner Is safe. Jamea A. McCarthy. Neva la tho playsr yon mean. U. M. L. Van Ualtren played with Pittsburg In 1888. Charles R. They are scheduled for the afternoon, but there may be a change. D. 8. 0. To find the percentage of olutia divide the number of games won Dy the tots 1 number of fames woa and luat. Jamas J. Corbett will play first baao next Sunday at Weebawken for the West .New York Field Club agalaat the I'aoino A. C. team ut Jersey City. Nbw Uavkv, Conn.. June 31. Capt. Qreenway of the Yale baaeball nine and Capt. Raud of narvard to night held a conference and agroed to play off the Yale-Barvard tie on the Polo Qrounda, New York, on nuxt Saturday at tomoon. At flrat 'Harvard propoaod Burlnsneld, but Hampden Park was not available. Harvard wished to play the third game to-morruw, but Yale declined flatly this proposition. The Har vard team baa remained here and may go to New York to morrow te practice for the gatne on Saturday. Cuicaoo, June VS. The plan of Adrian O. Anion's friends to glvs a rousing reception to tke Old Stan" when be arrlvea here to-morrow at the bead of tho New Ycik Baseball Club has fallen flat. Subscrip tion papers wsre printed arid circulated freely, aad the announcement was made that "Ante " was to be met by a oohort of admirers, escorted to the ball ark In a swell carrlsie. wltb a brass bsad at the bead of the prooeaalon, and that superb floral Sleot-s ware to be presented to blm on the eld. But Anson, manager or the New Yorks, and Anson, manager of the Colas, are two different An sons, and the memory of the 83,000 silver eet pre sented to him laat year fadea away before the bald fact that hie adlulrera subscribed just 81.00 for the proposed reception. 81 of which was given by one of the promoters. Toe Old Ua " wUl have to ride out to tie ball park wltb hla men. and the 81.1)0 will be used to pay for printing the subaorlptlon papers. Provicxjicx, June 25. Tho algnlng by the Phila delphia Club of Lauder and Fulte, the Brown Unlver e!ty players, aeams likely to leaid to a controversy that will bother Nick Young. Boston claims to have aeoured a verbal contraotwlth Laudsr, and I,ouIs villa raakea similar claims en the services ot Fults. Seleo of Boston and Pulllam of Louisville claim that they vlalted Provldenoe together to algn tbete men In tbe college season, and that they agreed to tbe ternia, bnt refrained from signing contracts becauao It would vitiate their standing aa amateuralf bound by contracts with profeeiiluaal clubs while playing on tho ccllrga team. The players assert that full Hgreeineuts were not reached at that time They then arranged with Tenney of the Uostona to make a contract for them, agreeing to divide tbe bonus. Tenuey got 88UU from Pulladelplila and the meb signed. Louisville baa protested the Pbl!atelpula games, and Boston, It la alleged, wUl follow suit. INTE11SATZOKJ.J. OnBMM. Plllebary Malutalas Ills Lead la the Vienna Teuruament. Vienna, June 28. Tho committeo of the In ternntloual chess teurnaiuent announced that to-morrow would be a day of rest. Tbe players mat this morning at 10 o'olock, and when an ad journment was made, at - o'clock, Plllsbury had beaten Caro and Tarrasch had defeated litirn, while Muroozy and Mnrco had drawn. The Trenchard Bcbiffers game was adjourned In an even position, but Hohlechter, Iilaokburne, Jn nonskl, Walbrodt and Tachlgorln had superior positions. W ben play oeaaed for tbe day, all the tames had been decided as follows: Ilalprln and Bchlei'hter drew, Llpke went down before Hlack burne, llalrd had to resign to Janowskl, Hcliif fera beat Trenchard, Walbrodt worsted Alapin, aud Tschlgerln beat Steluitz. Tho record to date follows; iron. LoiM Won. Loaf. Alapin lOHj HL, PllUbnry IS 4 Balrd 4 IB Sublrrera 74 11 Iilaokburne. ... V 10 Uouleihter 10 1) Burn W-j Ua Sliowalter 7 11 Oaro 11 13 Stelnlli 11 L, 7Lj Ilalprln A 11 larrasob 14 4 Janowskl 13c, 04 Trenchard 8 IB Llpke 10 I) rsehliorln 18 6 Msrco V 10 Walbrodt 8a Ws Uarocty 10 U Adjourned gamo. The twenty-first round will be played to morrow in tbe following order: Alapin vs Hum, Tarrasoh vs. Trenchard, Sohlffers vs. llalrd, Janowakt vs. Caro. Plllsbury vs. Llpke, bnowalterve. ilalpsln, Bohlechter vs, Marocty, Marco vs. Itslnlta, Walbrodt vs, Tschlgorln, and llleckburne a bj e. ti.ir. Tbe prefrsslonal golf match that Is to form n part 0: the fdte to-morrow lu aid of the West cheater branch of the Red Cross Society at tbe Country Club of Westchester has been ar ranged. The contestants will he Joe I'Anson, lata of Knollwood and Westbrook, and Dau Leltch of the Country Olub, who will play clgWttsn holes at tho match game, beginning at S 1. M, Other features of the fete will be a boat race and gymkabaua sports, A team matub has been arranged for July 0 betwern the Queens County and Dyker Meadow Golf ilubs, 'i'bltige are very quiet Just now at tbe New port (lolf Club, although tbo new elghteen-bole course Is rosily for the pollers. 'I he mmim! I open tournament for atiinteitre will bo held 011 Am,-, 31, fept. 1, 3 and 'J, and It Is Dnsslble thl a professional match will also be played during the same wrek, Uolf baa started earlier than usual this year at theUbalter Island Uolf Club, where a handi cap competition will be decided as an extra July 4 attraction, V. Hunter, late ot l'reatnlc., Hcotland, is the greenskeeper this season. lie bas made a nuuiber of changes In tbe lluke, the full course now measuring ii.l'JS jarde, OKANUg, June 'JH. The duals for tho Jtinerttp wcri icacltel this nftcrunon on the errcna of ' the hssex t'ounr. i'oi;mryl'liib la Huilon I'hik, I am! the nllti ir of tlie cup will bo ritlier Ililtnu I'm tcl ur II .ioi 1 ti. 1 i)H"., who -.till meet to de- cbl' the oNMu-ral lp nil I'li'iMdn. 'Iliianf "nt-i llaruliHa. or.ea bout Dobort I 1', Mi Kuuuall .i, it 1.11 jiiii t 11 pity am. llliaud ' l'ni'tur i'-. t ticduuc M, litiin',011 bj 7 tipoud J Uloplu). mtmTrm'iHmm stmirists'rr'i aTrr'i? s?i Birr T!a'ihT!?7j.Ti'iii t.r.?,s?rj xalb auurn bjuktajid ovt. ereanwaj's PllekUr rnr Treahleeesae an He la Ablr apaertra. Nxrw Uatxn, June 28. Dr whitewash Ins; her old enemy. Harvard, this afternoon at the Yale Held, Yale threw about 1,200 graduates ot th Npw Haven University Into raptures. As far baok at the class ot '30 the alumht were repre sented and every alumnus rooted for Yale to win. In the middle of the game a shower oamo up and the millinery of the commencement girls was spoiled. During the fifth Inning Harvard tried to delay the game to secure a postpone ment on account ot the rain. Third-baseman ltobtnson pretending to be Injured and golug to the players' bench. The rain slackened and the gamo proceeded. The contest was of the typical Intercolloglato kind, every class ot alumni attending tho game being head ed by a band. Whenever Yale made a brilliant play the entire ohorus would strike up, and the bedlam confuted Harvard at tinea. X party at 300 Harvard men cheered desperately at first, but gave up after the fifth Inning. It was tha llrst commencement day came won by Yale since 18'JB, as Princeton whipped Yale here In 181)0 and Harvard won last year. The star playing of the day was don by Hazen, although be made Yale's only error by Jumping after a difficult grounder In short-stop territory. All of his cbanoos were ot the stinging variety. In the first lnnlna De Saulles and Wadsworth poked out scratch singles. Wear sacrlQoed, and both moved along on Oreenway's lone Oy to Bunress. De Saulles then crossed the plate. Wallace hit over Chandler's head, the Utter making a mess of it after getting both bands on the boil. Wadsworth scored. Camp closed tbe Inning hy striking out. In the fourth Inning, with two out. Early, Bulllvan, and Do Saulles singled, a run by Eddy resulting. 8ulllvan also scored on llaughton's error, ana Do 8aullas was thrown out at the plate. In tho seventh De Baulles, Wadsworth, and Qreenway singled and Wallsco sacrificed. De Saulles and Wadsworth tallied. In the eighth Hazen singled and was advanced by Eddy's safe bit. He went to third on Sullivan's fly to nurgess and scored on Lauahlin's muff of a thrown boll, which rollod out to centre field. Harvard trot plenty ot ohanccs to score in the first part ot the game. In tho second Inning Haugbton led off with a two-baggef. and Keld followed with a single to short left. Hauarhton tried to score from second, but was caught handily at tbe slate. The next two men struok out. In tbe third, Hayes began by getting a base on balls, Chandler and LaughMn singled, Bnrgess hit to Haiein, who qiilokly threw the ball home, beading off Hayes, Sullivan shot the ball to llrst, getting It tasro boforo Burgess and completing a fine double play. Itoblnsen filed out to Hazen. After tnls Harvard failed to get a man to seoond base. Tha score. TAXX. I nASVJJCD, B. IB. r.O. A. K. tt. 1&.V.O.A.X, peR'lles, 2b.a 8 18 o'Laugblln, as.o 19 8 1 W'djw'u.lb a S 11 0 O.Buriress, rf..O I B 0 I Wear, cf 0 0 10 0Hbluaon,8b.O 3 10 0 Or'nway, p..O IOC 0,llauxhton,VhO 8 H 8 1 Wallace, rt.. 6 0 10 o'Reld, o 0 1 D 1 0 Camp,as..,.0 18 O.Searn, If 0 0900 Hasan, 3b... 1 BID 1 Lewis, lb ...0 Oil 0 0 Kddy.lt 1 1 S 1 0 Hayes. D....0 0 0 0 0 Bulllvan, o..l 9 0 1 OiCbandlar.cf 0 10 0 1 Totals....."? 10 87 18 "T Totals. ,.0 "bB7i"b 1 Ysl 3 0 0 8 0 0 3 1 07 Harvard 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Two base bit Hauxhtnn. First base on balls By Orsonway, 8; by Hayes, 1. Rtrucfc out By Qreenway, 8t by Haves, 8. Stolen bases Robtneen, Wadsworth, Doubt plsys llauthton an.l Lewla; nacrn, Bulllvan aad Wadaworth: Camp aad Wadsworth. Hacrltlcn kite Wear (21. Wallace, llacen. Raid. Umpire Oaff ney. Time i hours. Attendance 0,000. JTiOir.YO. Spike Salllvaa aad Kid Liavlgee Agree ta Bat tle ror BS.OOO at Bias. Unless Bomethlng unforeseen happens, the next Imuortant rontost for tbe llghtwolght champion ship ot tho world will he between Spike Sulli van and Kid LavigTie. Last night Billy L& vlgne, representing the champion, met Spike Sullivan at an uptown resort. The latter was incompany with his brother John, Billy Sel leck, and Richard Hartnett of Jersey City. Spike told Billy Lavigne Uhat he had made up his mind not to light before fall, but declared that tho Kid would salt him now asan oppo nent. "I am ready to box your brother," said Spike, turning to Hilly Laviime, "for as ranch money as you can command. I toll you truthfully I don't like to box for less than $5,000 on the out side. This is an important match-for the championship and tbore ought to be a big stake on thri result 1 will raako it 910,000 if you Bay bo," "That is BAtl8factory"to me," returned Billy Lavlicue. "Make it $8,000 a side and let us post 91.000 forfeit to show that only business 1b meant." It was then mutually agreed to call on Al Smith to-morrow nndlplace In his hands 82.000. Tbe articles of agreement, which will be ready to be signed some Unio this week, will call for a bout of twenty-fire rounds at 133 pounds, weigh In at 3 o'clock in tho ufternoon of the con test. The clnb offering tbe beat Incentive will rocrlve the match. The boxers have already under consideration a purse of $5,000 from h clb In this rjtate. Lavlgno is now at Oceanic. He Is reported to be taking good care of him self, and will be In condition to light the latter part ot August, rjulllvan, of course. Is lu arood boxing trim now, and will onlr require a fortnight to put on tbe final toucbes. Jn regard lo;tho statement of Sam Kitrpatriok, wbo has olaltuod tbe lltrhtweltcbt chumplonehlp for Jack Daly, Billy Larlgne said: "It Is all bosh to think that vte will entertain any proposition from Mr. Fltzpatrlck or Mr. Daly unlese such proposition Is backed by a eubstantlaldeposlt of money. Until he does this wo wlll'he compelled to ignore him entirely. Hnike Sullivan was tbe liret.to show tbe color of his money, and he will receive the flret chance." Corbelt and aicCoy Will Try te Arrange a Match To-Uay. Tbe fact that Jim Corbett has determined to enter the ring again and that bis next opponent will he Kid McCoy has ereatod no end of talk among I he nports. Those wbo are promoting tbe proposed combat figured on clinching mattors yesterday. However. Hilly Drady was unable to give Ills attention to the matter, eo the affair was left ever until 2 o'clock this afternoon. W, U. Clmy. representing the Hawthorne A. O. of lluffulo; Kid McCoy. Jlro Corbett. Ueorge Con Hldlue, and Hilly Brady nlll then hold a confer ence, Corbett telegraphed from Taunton, Mass,, yes terday to Consldlne that he wuitld be In town this raorniuc, Tom U'Kourke will also be at tho conference to make a bid for the light, Dan Stuart.lt wur learned, le also after the encoun ter. Siuart told a reporter of T'iieScj.s that he would give as much money us any ono fur the mill and la ready lo have tho contest pulled off to a finish nl Carson next September. Gesslp or lb Ulna. J. J, 1C, Brooklyn lis Is now training at New Dorp, Marty tlcCtto and Hitch fltzslmuioue have been matched to meet In a ten round bout on next Satur day night. John J. Wllanu, Brooklyn. It waa ilenrze Oreen (younr Cnrbetll who defeated Charley MoKeever at ban Franclecoou May at, lb',17, Instead or Hawkins, aa bas been stated Itm Kearnsof Boston and Otto Bleloff of Cbleago were niaUihrd yeaterday to box ten rounds In the pre lluilnsry bout ot tbe Uoddard Uaher contest, wbloh nlll bedeilaed ou July 8, Charles II. White, Tom Brodsrlck's manager, yes terday received au offer to match hroderlck a(alnat Matty Matthews Broderlok aoccpted, and la wall log to hear from Matthews. In anticipation of Corbett and McCoy coming to- ? ether at Buflalo on Auj. 27, W u Uray matched like Hears of Bnaton to meet an " unknown" In the preliminary bout ot ten rounds Hie tweuty-llve-rouud bout between Jo Youngs and Hyrule Ooldatsla, tbe crook Buffalo lightweights, waa derided before the Olympic A. C. of (hat city ou Mondny night. The result waa a draw Jimmy Handler aaa ohauged hla mind about re. tlilnefrom tti rlnc. Yeti-rday hu manager, Fred VkIxi of Newark, matched lilm btalnai Bill) Padxi'ly of orause, N. ; lb pair nlll lu tnoiUy lounua before tbe liarrlton A. C. of Hudson county, N. J ou July 11. Oenrg Oreen and "Myaterlous" Illllv Bmlth will lu all probability be matched In a few days to box a; tha (Jmuler New York A I A purae hna been offered lo them and tbey have accepted. Oreen ami Huilth met at Careen on March 17, 1 Bt7, and Smith was uslested, Jim Jeffries will leaf a for Opesnlc, N. J., to-morrow, to begin training for bis oomlng coutesta with " htirtixluzs " Oouh ay and Pater JtubT, Billy lielaney, his mauuaer, la luoklug for aatruLg, bosky fellow to staiatJeffrlei to tram, ile expecte to sucure Harry 1'eppera of California. A latter received by a prominent local spurt yester- ! fUj f uui Junacueaoiirx. buutli Afrit i, states that unen Sullivan aad Ja k taleutin- fought fur Un-heav-, eight cbaiiirlonalilp ot south Africa last in uiiii, and --ullivai! was kunckwd out in ten rounoa. buiilvnn " at la lids country a few years aao, out was uaatilo to gel any one to meet him. HaiuniT Kelly and Dave Sullivan bad a "run In "la au uptutvn mart on Monday nli,ut, Kelly and Sulll vau met and talked over a uialcn. They bad a hitter srKUiiiout, and would hare coin to blow had not better counsel prrvalled. Sull'van rxiueed in peas auy money with Jtinniv WaXely, on tlie ground that the lallir naa Kelly a baokri -iulllvan aaye that li fauimy liauafeia (he uiunuy to Al oinlln bi will pr.uni tly cmer It I b-'i'iuu-: inon arc-viaily illvMed In their opinion aa to t.i i. hi t of the tweui u.e n.und c Meet be 1 I i.en loin iha i. . and Ui.c .ii.n.tu, nnicii wi.i ,rLv I j.iaie to uuhl ai U niM.ir N. oik A (' , i jney lalani onlug in Ilililn- vaine light Willi kid III - I Ci.y ni-la a allnln ruviu to in ihrti- ting, lluth nii-n ar--ie,irl--il at. t.'llii-a lip tup -aliui- . The in Urn inary ouut will be f I vairti r 'tin i. b-tweeu JuUnnv fUlyuuuI Wiluildgtua uud utX'i) liaugaof Uroeklyn, HEWS OF THE WHEELMEN BAOB MEET TBOMOTBIta HATE HOT ZXJOTEV JL 1'JIOFITAHLE SEASON. -Tke Oatleak Met Vry RaeearagtaaT rer tha anamer Bvrata VTaltUg rer the (tale Reara er Otneera sjeransltleo ta Iteort ea the Aetlan erCeasnl TTalt Ifett'a Dulletlu. Three mentbs ago overybody interested In tha sport was prcdlctlmr that this year bicycle racing would experience the greatest boom It hod ever known. Just now there are a number of men who hare been Identified with cycling for many yoart who are declaring that this has been an oft season In racing, because not one ot tho meets held has been as prosperous as those run oft In previous seasons. With two excep tions, all the meets In Greater Hew York this year have lost money for their promoters. On Decoration Day the Associated Cycling Clubs made money at Berkeley Oral and on last Saturday the Kings County Wheelmen profited by their meet at Manhattan Beach. The Kings County Wheelmen, owing to a large entry list and a fat programme, representing many cash donors 1b Ht ad vertlslng pages, were ahead of the game beforo going to the track, and therefore could not lose. The meet, howover, showed only little mora than halt the prtfit made last year, desplto the tact that tho at tractions were greater. It Is to be noted that these two evsnta were the affairs ot amateur organisations and net of professional pro moters. It Is theso facts that have opened the throats of the croakers who opine that this Is to be an off year. So faros prophecy goes. It Is too early to say that the public will not genorously patronize tho big racing OTcnts ot tbo sutninor and autumn. The slack attendance at bicycle mosts this year can be aocountod for hy the unseasonable weather and the war, but, taken together, those factors do net satisfactorily account for all, Tbere Is a shift In the status of tho bicycle going on which probably balances the account. Uloycllngln the days of the old high wheel was -a sport, an athletto exercise; fer a time after tho appearance of tho safoty It continued to be so, but whcol riding Is not now a sport. The great majority of all riders derive more pleas ure from an afternoon trip over country roads than they possibly could at a race track of any kind. On lost Baturdny, while a tew thousand tat In the grand stand at tho Manhattan Beach bicycle track, tbere were probably fire times the number who arrived at the end of the Oensy Island bicycle path, took quiet pleasure upon the ooesn beach and spent as much money as was required to buy seats in the grand stand at Manhattan. Bicycle racing seems, by the nature ot things, deatfnod to pass through the history of trotting berse racing, and eventually to class with It, If, Indeed, It does cot fall beneath It. Some men who own fast trotting horses oan get more pleasure In driving them over the road themselves than by hiring drivers to send them over a track in Competition with others. It is proba bly truo that tbe good roads work ot the 1 A. W. directly antagonizes the cycle racing Bport wbloh the Loargue also attempts to roster. In a limited sense all good roada or cycle tracks that are enjoyed by the great multitude of wheelmen furnish spectacular opportunities that outrival tbe clrculur traoks on wbloh the hired racing men compete. There Is something peculiarly ploturesque and excit ing about a bicycle race, and it la hoped by most cyclists who have witnessed a few such events that the sport "ill grow In public favor and re ceive sualoient support to be prosperous; but tho strong tendency In the other direction compels recognition. Bleyollsta are rapidly coating to be a class; they hare become more common than hnrsotnon or yaohtamen. It Is the pnstlmeof athletes and eoclal leaders, bnt also the reoreatlon of the common people. The more the tide sets m this direction the further cycle raolng Is likely to be from popular support. Un less there comes a sudden shift In the situation and (tie Bummer events scjrd tiled are supported far beyond tho expectation Justified by the meets that bare been run, it Is probable that tho olose ot 1898 will see tbe special promoters wbo have entered tho game for money-making purposes dropping out and permitting the sport to recede to its former status, when amateur organiza tions promoted all the raco meste. The Associated Cycling Clubs haro not yet discharged the committeo appointed to Inves tigate the actions of Consul Walt In connection with the State meet sauctlou ho granted lo the Harlem Wheelmen and the other sanction which be grantod for an opposition meet otrlbe same day. It Is probable that tha committee will not be dissolved until the committee appointed by tbe Stato Board of OlHcers baa done something, or the association Is sat'.alled that it will do souio thlnir. It la ballevod that aevern action ou the part of the committee of tbo State Hoard will be headed oft by Walt's resignation. Tho com mittee of the Associated Cycling Clubs, It la said, will remain on deok until something definite happens. A New York man, wbo goes often down the Coney Island oycle path, makes a auggestlon which viould be highly Interesting and valuable If tbo police weto enforcing the law In that riding soitlon. His Idea la in connsctlnu with tbe observation ot tbe lamp ordinance, which seems to be practically a dead letter ou tbe paths. As the police are likely to be aroused any day. however, and begin to make arrests, the sutrgestlon Is worth mentioning tnndvance. This wbeolmau wants to know why It would not be Just, aud should nut bu mado legitimate, for a rider to traverse tho path without a lamp, pro vided he was accompanied and preceued bra companion who carried n light I This Is often deno now, and the officers generally wink at it, although the man travelllngla the protection of his friend's light Is always liable to arrest. Tbo point made by tha New York rider is that tbe arrangement i a kouslble one, is recognized as such by tho police, aud thorefore should be legalized. Julius Wilcox, who Is known to many of the old-time riders as ono who introduced tho origi nal Facile safety Into this country, went out on Sundur in company with a younger aud more hardy rider. They went down Twenty-second avenue and turned left on Uropsey nvcnuo In order to reach Ulmer Park. The younger man, after riding a. short dUtancr on Cropaer avenue, looked behind and failed to catch any glimpse of Wilcor. After waiting a while Wilcox camq no to him trundling his wheel by hand at the side ot the road. When usked what was the matter Wilcox made a reply that Illustrates tbo condition of Cropsoy avenuo at till a colut almost as well as a photograph could. Ho said: "Hide on the road) 1 did not see any road. Where you were riding I thought wa a ploughed Held, and I was afraid of being arroutod for trespassing." "Itoally, do you know that I am getting tired of going to raco meet I" said a man who has Iccu In the habit of attending over) bicycle rac ing nffalr In tbe city during the last ton years, "in the short racca the notices are unlntorcet ing, and for tho rest it is the same men doing the same tlilugovor and over again, with only uow nnd then some truly exciting nud sensa tional rcattiro, Kren tbe paced races, where the men follow tbu big machines around tbo trock, which Is the most plcturesqu and thrilling thing ever seen in oycllnur, Rr beginning Id pall upon me. It Is Interesting for a little while to see tno men fight it out behind the inultloycle, but, when biilf tho race Is over, usually one man Is hair it tnllo to a rails and a half ahead of tbe other, and It coasrs to bo a race. Such a contest as tho one between Titus and Milton Is not apt to occur mora than twlro in h season, and, unless Jimmy Michael makes u haul light of It when he meets Mo DufUe and Linton, tbo paced raolng game is iipt to become as dull and tlrcboue as the spriut races." Considerable complaint Is bring made by the arctuge clasu of rldura who are unidentified with any organization about the way In which club members obstruct and almost monopolize the roads when tboy uru holdlin; rune, Whether It is up the Houlotard, the Ulvcrsldo Drive, or down the Coney Island cyclo path club riders are too apt to go ulong in a bunch riding three or four abreast, bugling and jailing forothera to clear the track. In fact there are some clubs that send out runs In which the regulation Is that Dm members inui-t ride four abreast. When 00 or 100 riders are coming along four abreast most odists will get out of ibe way as promptly as Ihry would slip to oueaIJa to avoid a cnvu.ry charge, even though they are aware that their right to the roan Is as food as that of the clubmen. On the Coney Island paths, where this offence Is most frequently committed, tho right of tbe single rider is bet ter, brcaui.0 tberels a law forblddiug wheelmen to ride more than two abreast on tbe paths, bald n wheelman the other dityi '"there aro a lot ot nuisances In the way of friendly parties that obstruct the roadway. Four women go out together nnd seem to think tlit) must ride all abrruM. I came along yester day behind it man n ho hnd two sons, both less than la jeirsold. They were riding abreast, so f.ir apart thnt In spite of my ringing tho boll It took me several minutes tn get past. Tbe nrn toat 1 want to make la thnt club riders should be the vary ones to keep dewn this sort of thing, Instead ot being, aa Iboy often are, the particular class that most offends. It appears to me that they should feel themselves held to a certain extent to ho guardians of tbi road. Aa It Is, the uniformed club ridei a who go out on runa with captains, sergeants, and trumpeters, and try to preserve a parade formation of four, live, and etenslxflle front, are h nulstnce n great ris any that Is met with mi tlu common mads," Uh-ns KU.li. .Inn '-'i' lii'H l.OHO perenns witiitianeil th i) In r u'f h o' t i . Saiiw ' li'ir c hi '!. eii.k- to d.. it tlie 'o .ngiruk llm weather was f.iturnnlr, I'lie 1 1 i-est (liusli m lliedni we 'I'wi-cn 11-.. ilt'imiiri in the one niile profession 'i linn ii p I n .'rcieiiin nf tho Judges giving the event 10 liald was greet- I A Reasonable i; I Reason:; S is necessary to convince rood- A era of advortlsomonts. Wo claim J j Keop's Shlrtn to bo tho best at any J '. ' prlco. Why 1 Uccauso wo uso tho best materiiils obtninablo. Wo em- X "ploy skillod labor. Wo uinko thoV o shirts in our own custom factory, J I tho lnrrcst in tho world, and hav- J I ; lng boon in business for moro than '. thirty yoars, it Is rontonablo to say ) that our systom is porfeot, J j; White Shirts. Y, ',', lleady made, $1, fl. 60. '. ; Mndo to measure, six for 0 1 if J i ', launderod, $1 more. ! Colored Shirts. o ', ', Ready mado, CI. 60, $2, $3.60. 1 j; Mado to measure, $3. 50, $0.60. ', ', ; KEEP MFG. CO., bMikers of Keep's Shlrls, iy, bet. llth and 12th Sts. ' ' rd with hisses by a majority of the spectators. Summary follows: One lllle Nsvloo Won by Mlokeyt Wall second, Psaee third. Time. 8 minutes U 1 3-0 seoonds. One Mite Open. Amateur Won by Urown I Hohmldt eooond, lllgiins third. Time, 9 minutes St) U-0 seo onds. ltalf-lllle Bandloap, Professional Won by Gardi ner, 80 yardat Kimble, a yards, aecondt Stavena, 10 yards, third. Time. 1 minute. One Mile Championship of Northern New York, .amateur Won by Drowni Orady seoond. Time, t rotkutes SOaeconds. Oaa-ltlle Handicap, Professional-Won by Ba.d. scratoh i Cooper, soratok, second t ktcrariand, loyarda, third. Time, V mloutes 0 1-5 aeconds. Donovan walked one mile, beating a wheel sent three miles, la 0 mlnuloe 87 1-0 seconds. One-sill National Championship. Professional Won byOardlnar, Kimble second, MoVarlaud third. Time, C minutes A u-0 seoonds. Oht-lllle Ilandleap, Amateur Won by Drown, scratch, Bcbmldt. aora.ch. Second i Parks, 70 yards, third. Time, 8 minutes 20 x-0 seconds. Bald gave an exhibition mile, paced by a trip let. In 1 minute SI seconds. Too half was done In 04. 1-5 seconds. Tbo trnntf sr of Fred Scbads and A. C. Moran. the Intercollegiate riders, to the professional ranks has created something of asensatloD In amateur racing circles. It appears that both riders, who hall from Georgetown University, havo been under the eye of the luUng Board for some time, and their utter disregard for the racing regulations of tbe L. A. W. is responsible for their expulsion from the amateur class. Moran was transferred for violating clause U, which spoclflcally elates that no amateurs are permitted to ride In competition outside of their own State, beyond 100 miles of their legal lesldence, without a special permit from the Itaolng Hoard. On trips outslda of the speci fied distance umateura aro required to furnish to the Racing Hoard an itemized statemontof their actual expenditures on the trip, matters which Moran did not recognize, Suhade's of fence was the violation ot clauses A and D. The former is as follows: "You sacrifice your ama teur status If you rldo a wheel for money. In the hlro ot any person, ride a raoe for a money prize or for a wager or for gate money." Kule D cov ers tho ground so tbat a rider who In travelling to a meet receives expense money from either an association or a manufacturer is amenable to League regulations. Schade violated both of these rules. Chairman Mott or tbe Racing Hoard of the h. A. W. Issued the following bulletin yesterday: Following Is the soore In the national champion ship) Gardiner, 60; cooper. 83i Bald, lS;"MaJor" Tay lor, iOl O, Btevena, V, Eaton, V: Tom Heller, tit II. II. Freeman, 9. Mertena. ai Itor'arJaai!, s: Howier, 7i Fred Sims, St Dr. Brown. i Jaap Eden, 4: Doctor. 4i Mat Butler. 8; Karl Kater, Hi O. Kimble, 3;Hountto, 2: 0. M Illy. ?iH.B. Mills, Jr., 2; Walaon Coleman, 1. Itldera Reelitered 1311, W, UaCardy, Chicago. 110, Charles 8. Moomy, Erie, Pa.; r.108. J. W. Nawn, Waltbem. Jlaaa.i 4. Sift, ft. Andeireon, Koodhous. Ill.i 4,017. Charles Hofer, ft, Paul: 4,018, R B. Illrd, fit. Paul; 4.01V. J. J. Bchwarts. Ht. I'aal: 4.0VU, A. J. folium, St. Paul i 4.021. John Nllson, 11 Innoapollai 4,039, Will Harrington, Avucs. Ulutt. The suspension oX u. i Bohman, Chicago, will ex pire on July 1, lb8. Transferred to the Professional Class Bsrt Flana gan aud W K. Keller. Mlnneapolla. Suspended Vlrstl If all. J. Carr, Georze saylss, Arthur Cowley, Joe Itlcbaida, L. Jobva and O. Kutnpi-, Spokane, to June 27, 1000; H. A. Debama-te-, Fluthlng, X. V.: P. J. Kngeldrum, New Tork; J. lluneian, Harney Harrla, P. I). Julio, Klchard Jacbens, J. II Karkelle, I. Klrchner, Jlrooklyu. W W. McMauua. E. J. llerkerl. Wll llaui Solch, Brootlyn, Herman Kmolka. Nsw Brigh ton. H. L. to Aug. 1, lSliti. for rldlnir lu unsanctioned racea at Maapetli, L I. Lewla Myer, William Laggan, .liillua Norowltz, leaac BelfeL Benjamin blmmons, leiiae Natliau, Hyman Levie, lienjaiutn Pavta. II. llyer, hr.. Leo Goodman, New York, to June 37, 1599, for promoting, officiating, and rtdlnp In Bun day raocs at Maapeth. Samuel II. Wheeler, Danbury, Coan., to July ?!, 1893. aaaault on another rider at rac toeei. Wheler Is also ruled off all L. A. W. tracke In every capaolty. noRTOV. June 28. Jimmy Michael yesterday broko tbe w oi Id's record fur ten miles by going tho dlstanco in 17 minutes and -'0 seconds ngalust time. These figures will, ot course, not count ofllclally, but they are of no less Im- fiortnnrenn that account. The ten-nalle record 17 minutes 47j seoonds, made by J. W. Blocks at London. 1NFOIIMAT10N FOn WnCgfJJKN. L. It. Bariol. From New York to Unver, follow route to Buffalo pulillabed lu Tux Hcs on June S7t from tnla point aelect your route from city to city, according to th condition of the roads and tha towni you wlab to vli.lt, Horace F. llouland. From Tludton to Great Bar rliiirton and Mieftlcld, lcav lludaoa and ride ud War ren street to the bar-, to Urina strtet, to Columbia turn; Ike, to Claverack, Hnllowvllle, Hartludale, Craryvillc, Ullladale, south Egrcuiout, to Oroat Uar rluritoa, to Sheffield K II YB, at the Berkeley Oval. A t'onalant Keader. Ironi New York to Newhurg, erois me ferry in Ueat lxBtb etreet toFort Leei ride to I.ennla. PocotA, lla kenaack. Areola, Paramus, Udgewood, llohokus, Waldwtck, Allrudale, Ilam seya. Uabwah, tucfern, Hlltbum, ltamapo.Sloalaburg, isede, Southlle'da, Ardeu. Newhurg Junction. Cen tral Valley. Hlfblaud Mill.. ocxlbury Fall. Uoun taluvllle. Orr a I'.llla. Vall's Dale, to Newburg The dMance Is about Ofty set en mlloe and furntahea good riding territory for a two day run The return trip to New York can be mado on tbe other side of the lladaonltlver. NOTES. Tha bicycle membera of the Brooklyn V. If. O. A. will hold a roa! race oaJuty 9. Oeorge Banker, wbo has resumed racing, baa bean competing lu meets In Pennsylvania aud through out the Booth. Chairman It. H. Scott of tbe Meinhersblp Commit tee of the L. A W died at Falrlre, Vt., laat week. Kntrlea for the Mapleton Cycle Club road races to be held on Fifteenih avenue, Rrooklyn, on July 2. rill iloae on Juue 30. with A Arthur, LlfhiMnth avenue and Hfiv-fourtb atrt, Brooklyn. On July a llerkeley Oval will be tlie ecerje of tbo only race moot aclieduled within ion miles of tbe metropolitan district. There baa been arranged a programme of five evrnta, tbo feature of which will he a 'en mil" race, iial by multicycles, between George nchoflelJ and 11 V Iledell. Lawn Tennis. The annual club spring handicap of the Lenox Ten nls Club waa continued yceterdur nn the club court at St. Nicholas avenue aud UJd etreet. Rlxleenot the olub's players have entered the slngloa and It looks as though the aoratch men, Lorraine Wyetli I. lit T. Ilryan. wl.l niccl in the tliuls. lb handi capping Is by the Fnjllah pclut eatem, which waa trlod with little aucceaa etvrnl ycara bii by a num ber of oluba, aud la atventy mo po!nu uji, tho handl oapa rargliiff from niliiua thirty jolnia up to nlua twenty live potntt. In ibu Ural ruuuil,l.utralii Wyetb wonaclater li tury from lir, U H lli-jwood by th score 7V to OU points, Tne ai'orea lollowt ftlules -Flrat round Wilbur Holt, acratch, beat Frauk Walsh, nve, 72 70i Lorraine Wyeth, owe thlrlr, beat Ur. II, 11 Iteynood, owe twenty dv. 7C Hili J. Kearney, acralcb, boat J. Chavra, twenty, 79-OW.f Dean Kniery. .cratoU, boat K. V. Illlllrr. Ilf IceD, by default. H. riark, owe ten, nun by default) It. T Uryau, owe tneutyltve, beat 1.11 IIouoIiuk, owe tco, 7v -lH 1 iluard Vnltlti acratcli, heal C 1 Itlca, owe ten. 7S -HJ .1 lieiuiar, lle, beat tleorao l'i. asru. act u1 li. In ill Fault fecund Hu r I- It I luyan, owe twenty five, beat 11 I'lurk. uue ton. Td -CO A toiirnaiu ul tor ibecimmplonlilp of the Ml Irtln F-tatealu meu stngiis and uoublvH will hi- held on tbe gruunita nf llm Orange Lawn TennU ( luu. at Mountain station. N J un July 4 and fnllovi Ina daya Th winner In the alrgles will hare Ihe privilege of chalieuKliiff William A I.aruid, th preeut ItuUerof the lllddlediatel cbaiiiiluiiablp A new cup will be OTered, to becurue tbe pieperty of any ou who ahsll win It three limes, Prlin uill b awarded to th l sn ccasful competitors In single and doubles, and u copaoiatlou plie lu singles will be otTeied forcuni P"lltloa aiuung thueu beateu In their flrat match actually pluyd All matcbes will bw lieat two out nf tlirej aeta, eiu .pt In ll'iult. w nlch will Im thne out of fv aeta All aotrlea lliuat ti eelit on or befnru Kntur dr July i, to Clifford A. umuo, becretr, soutn Oraune, ' J, Tne auuual touruaniiuit for th i-linmplniiHliI), of tl.e Park Hill Cuuuliy Club of li.nkera, N i . ,,l h id no July 9 and follow lug nays fhesvitul w ,,l I u nien s sluclea aud doubica, woneu's ilnalca eul mixed doublea. I'artnera In double, will h ilrawu by tbe lournameiit t'omintttee rmile will iloa with J. P. Cols, rark Hill. Ynkrs,nn June no. Vnrbtlns Nlea r lulerrat. The ateam vacht r.mbla, nwued by Jnhn T Wllliania of tin-Mtaiufnrd Yacht lub. la bt'lnt ntle.l nut furii crulaa up the Main eoatt durlni Aug.iai I'nmnindorr Howard C. hinlth"f (he htainlnrd 1 r la liavtu li!a uram yaubt llabon lifted u t :! llie Si a-, ill Hl.f. w 111 be dlCed In i nuitl-lon Rlmh former f ..niu n-lrf .tame I sn It.l cf I uv N V Y I w ill rtl .!.' Ill nnlr t irnl-il,g 'lioun r u lig ai rl ae li r i .i'U-ri,Mtlu 1 r rilimri', It Miry 51 '1 a.g nf ne sif.it,, y f liaa ai.lil hi. t fuul c-lw mer V .r lr, 1- l Li' - u nu'wlll ullla aemallar crafi aurlugthe aOmlne'r taJut'b. partirmnn'fi Ofjoilfl, iiortjjtunu'fi CJooflir. t LtTj-irii-ij-iri.-u-ir-u-ari.aira1fc injini . llO-la--s-a--a.-lrtrwX nt0ifr--sf m,.0m w a.aanafwsaaJSaw s asissajaaaaafj -j ....Spalding's Special Sales.... ;; Every Day This Week VOutinp; Clothing, The sale of the Victor Line of high grado j ( Ql-mrxi nrsfl S sporting shoes at less than half the Victor prlco f ) -s ami r j,as caUgnt tjlc favor 0f users 0f athletic foot- ? Bathins; Suits t wear. Plenty of sizes and styles still here if S nt ( j'ou buy quick. All bright new goods, at ' C sW V u i Very Low Prices Half the Overman Catalogue Price. Base Ball Shoes 3.00 2.50 . .76 j 3 Overman'd Prices 7.00 5.00 3.00 . SSI Outdoor Running Shoes 2.00 1.75 ( 1 ? Overman's Prices O.OU 3. BO I, W Bndoor Run. Shoes 2.50 2.25 1 .65 S Overman's Prices 6.60 0.00 3.00 J ,W ) Gymnasium Shoes 1.95 1.66 I.IOJ ,f 3 Uvcrman'a Trices 3.50 3.00 2.BO ' L Bicycle Racing Shoes, 1.76 OV8rm3no5lr,0J Cool Crash Bicycle Suits, 2.50 ( Bicycle Suits, English Checks, 6.75 Warranted shrunk-. Holt culls. ' Crash Bicycle Breeches, 1.00? Navy Serge Coats, - 3.50 Crash Bicycle Breeches, &t 1.50SBicycleTouringSuits,a'tVr,Xi.,r2.9S Crash Caps, 25c. and"i50c. Cheviot Bicycle Breeches, gSli 1.95 Check Bicycle Breeches, 1.50, 2.00jBathing Suits, - 98c. to $5.00 Bicycle Shoes, 98c, 1.10, 1.50, 1.75 Uptown store open Wednesday and Saturday evenings until 0 o'clock. A. G, Spalding & Bros. Spa1dingBidwell Co, 120-1 UO Nassmi Street. i20, III, Ml West 42(1 Strcot. n i jgr fHICES IcREScfeNn jtVE P. Y W H EPIJ I The name CRESCENT on a I bicycle is a guarantee of relia- y bility. There is satisfaction in t i riding a wheel in which you have 2 confidence. 4 CRESCENT CHAINLESS ($75) i X MOW OY BXIIlniTIO. X Art Catalogue Describing $ $ CRESCENT BICYCLES Z Free on Application. V Price ana Quality Giaarnataad. V I Western Wheel Works, Makers, $ HO WAKKEN ST., N. Y. YOU AND TIIE OTHER FELLOWS who want a full season's use of a wheel, will be disappoint ed if yon dolay ordering. Now is the time. You need not come horo ; just svrito to us and you will got prompt at tention and full satisfaction, but come if you can spare tho time. "Wo would liko to meet you. The EpitaWe General Proyifling Co. SKIS OUIt AD. ON THIS PACK. LOTHY WHEELS $75.00 I have, only 7 more at this price. They arc Kolnir faat. AUSTIN REMSEN, Ag't, ii4 mid ilil Kimt 14 til Si., Near I7i.lt erslljr Claoe. are tlm III ST Illt'Vr f.FS The Price, $QO. Tli- lilqli-tiraile jirirr ihut' i'iiIi:" 1898 Ideals, S-&0- OTIIKKH OlllUl'Ell Cormully & Jeffory IVlfc;. Co., V IV 1U3 KKIP I II AV . ii.-ii- Cll ;i . Lexlnrtou Cjcl Co , ubuI. I.eriiu'iou v .tni.tat. HOT TI2WS:3I., H3XS5. t III clix nut .) I eat muV - . 1-1 hu.) e cl- Mull nay and lneli nauuM i-t na anl.t an.t uvrr, Out tal.li VOl H (Al.N-IILIt I, ji'tniiKt t n. tsi.,. Lotnf Kniihrrllcn;ert70 IP' , tunnti i .iv rtai.TA AO 1SN5 e(ual tn nut r-yt ! ua eartn il7.nfl. Innein- flISO lu NSU !'.'.' Llml otiuUrle. -auy i rn e In ule ti L C. JANDORF & CO., 321 Dront-way. B5CYCLES $6.90. Dm S.IXIU s out;, i 01 -iti: i it ii:ii. New itiudtll iv' in KlrU' is.'.u -i-iiti-.. t i i it, niii no Try to mat li in in fur HO ,.iu .'.. net 111.1l a fl llstvd tt $iu (InjiilSSI JI-. t; Afenta IVaverley. hlnrtuer, I. iinoml Mui'lrlia -Pel , l.ie-tri- t '" i" .'U S-M In- t.ariuir at -aa Idle Sue. l'i Jala rt pair. Handle Tare S5c ami 7.s. L. C. JANDORF & CO., 5 W. 14th St. BICYCLE8 AT AUCTION. r. I'l iSH.I 1 fn Ami oniere. IV Muiray -I . . i it 'urt plsm. N SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY SALE. rlllli 11 , JIM rl SI I J u III (I I I.K i, 1 errf . .ai.iini tii i 4 in.' uifi ei u i(i.it i - i. . . ii 1 i , k llll! I III M .. i. .!. a M t t II .( CUV anaut -. K ial M-iri'. Ii-' 1 1 tie." -.nil (lonta Ulcvrie. to te ."lit hi '..ta i.i i .. ii ,. tueu ne UceU. Vi aesLs va aaitiinuu TuursUay, i -s-a)te I DON'T I ! BUY A BICYCLE I i UNTIL YOU GBT OUR TERMS. . X WE BEAT THEM AIjIj. X a 1 NEW DEPAliTUKE. J I $1 Down J! j AND $1 PBH WEBIC S J t Pierces, Crawfords.Viotore, f Sr Wolff-Americans. V, ) '08 MODELS OUAHANTEEDu . I The Emiiiablc General ProTiuiug Co, i i J ("U. C. P. CO.") i, i) 2 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. J J 5 KOOMS OO AND 67, 5 (TUtril l'lcur, Columbia Building) 'j A on , , Js Z 1 123 B'way, cor. 25th St.. $ l y Mtn runic Jhl 1 BROOKLVNBRANCH. 'fS 164 MONTAGUE ST., Jj A Cor. CIliKon. X .5; OPEN EVENINGS m X (atXl-FIFT N-lTUnpaT) X W, $ UNTIti 0:UO. L 4-fr----- J Excessive vibration re- I tards speed. The Monty 1 Pneumatic Saddle Post ab- sorbs all vibration. The result is that speed is no- 1 ticeably increased, whether J on smooth or rough roads. J We puarantee tlie Monty. If J you don't like it after i week's 9 trial, bring it back and we will J refund your money. Jj A. G. Spalding s Bros.'Spaldlng-Bid.fell Co., 186-1111) Naaeau Bt. t. 81. 83 West 4d Bt. 1 k ii ii-it a vrtv'rionitt. '& OXj333"7"3S3Xj2a.Kri5 fi Havluc tle eland nam plate, made hy U- A. LosUr 7H aV Co. bpeclal price. Coma In and aee the barsala. ;8 BOWMAN PYOLE CO., X JllU-UllS Ilroaaviay. 8th av cor 6Btli at 1MB Weat HCthat, w rilRKS, $1 4r eaolu new Kondai no seconds! vrat -1 rauwd perfect. J. W. SUOKI.EY, IQOSoutUst. S THESUN Harlem Branch I iiu wcaT isotii sTitcrrr glorutjs, Carrini f. jU I Kr$- Jfr"" 'l S Fianta It Co. J Carriage Builders, 372, 374, 376 Broome St., N. Y I Ju.t oCT Ilruadway. K Fnurtb Ac Kleoirlc l'aa boor. I Victorias, Cabnulcts, Vis-a-Vis, a- ' l.atUiis. 'Uti'-om Cabs, BrntiKhami, 81 Drmi-' .ni'ifv, .reals. )emi Breaks, Hi ( iiiimlnises, plders, 2-Whrelers, j Ki-. saas, Waiton.nics, Iiepiit WaRons, i i iJns-.t-Diis. 1 !'is Cabriolets, I'oj'or no Top, 1 I '-urrf'!. ien .irti, Manliopcs, CJIijs, 'fjA MuV :t Veli clc for 2, 3 or 4 passengers, ' ' m i Village fits, Kuiit'iotits, for 2 or 3. ' " Wl Spin unjr WiK'ins, I'hattons, Top Wagons, "' -m I'rinv Vehicles. Uuckboards, Traps, y 1 riplex burreys, Urs. Wagons. ' Inlnudiiu- puplineern 1II li shown tbe 1 areas! fi , annnini t' liwneat guellt v, the ueweet patterns, U in ri,.4iiurii .'i tin-lea for al1 requirements, ut lowest 1 I pinet f.i Mil illlt i .t)iii .kick in' an ovr lit1, 1, 1 nr-iuiK . is ot tt on rti roitv. :, . - J. lillf titlt(. j I CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLU&, h.e.l.eiiil II. .,, Juni llellne, latltM, ! June l, vu. : . . 1, -f . J7, .', s, 3D, Julr , -I 1 a llaln ur tlilin- I Ural Hi'.r. '.'nil I', vi. c.n.iirt by l.aader. ,1 i miss uiitu r in ic.Ai-K I I lemi-f'.i.l r.t.Hthal S. V . s In I. I 11 It., at lOlOO, C 1-v' In. 1.' I'l ,1'arlnr i-ar train I u'llnoi. 1:10, libo It i III . Ill lnate leava font V Mtee.l t , via JOTll I hi. HIP' Kns tf'" II .". I'J I.VU. I2i40, 1, 'j 1 ii. , i 1, ' Ian. hv r.aiiMi.u ai , Itrnuk- I mi i ill " . I i ' u ik'yu Kte i i , .-1 . ' n I 1 1". r i nv 1 1 ins-. I I -. i. . . n i .' I 1 I Oil .DUMl.s- I I i i - ti i . '. e I . r a'f n .n.ili r nlrect to ., trru - i-s.ts mi Iiii..i.s, Jti.t i, ran T- I I I' :i i it n itr vi? xiit ik rt. tv- y. ,j.iitiici.s to ni-Lti ru ,h n. I ilXTUA ACCOMUUliAliOaMa rstu-icUs trstauaatv. h ll ,J