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W 3 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1898. II
W J,MaM.....sMsssMMssM.,.,.,MM.,M.,,.,M.,,Ma.lJJBlBMSJMSMs. ' B flV B KID GLEASON SUSPENDED. K TVX OVT OF TJtE GAME FOJl THUtB iMrfl jir umpire iivxt. mji Kicks Over a Decision nnd Tries to rnnch E Of Judge of rinj New York 'Win i JK" Twelve-Inning (lame tram the Brooklyn! Clnclnnntls Loo Otlior lender Win. Though outbatted nnd outfleldod, the Now Tork won a tweHo-liinliig came from tho ' Brooklyn nt Washlnston Tark yesterday and got book to tho .COO mark. Tho Cincinnati wero beaten by the OlileMioa, whlto tho Boston ; took Fhlladolphla into camp. Tho Cleveland nd Baltimore,- also iron, their victims belns ; tho fit. Louis nnd Vfoshlngton teams, respec tively. LouUvlllo drilbbod Pittsburg In a most Impressive mnnnnr. Tho results: Hew Tort, S Drooklyn, 2. Boaton, 3 rhiladelphle, 1. .. Baltimore, 10: Washington, i. f Chicago. S: Cincinnati, 8. LoulsvlUe, llj Pittsburg. 8. Cleveland, 0 1 BL Lonla, S. j' TDK nECOBD. Pir. Per i CluU. ITan. Lett. unt. Ctuht. Wm. test, cmt. Cincinnati. 4 24 ,I7 Hew York. . IU II ,n0 Boston. 4'l 27 .1114 Philadelphia 21) n? ,4ai) Cleveland 42 27 .film WashlnKton..2H 40 .420 IJaltlmore .41 27 .Him llroosls n .17 40 .401 , Chicago 41 111 .Mill Loulslllle 2S 4fl .1134 ; IltUbum IIS 82 043 Ht Louis 3.1 61 .ail NPW Tor.K. Hi UnoOKI.YN. 2. Second Iwisntunn Glcnson of tho Nnw Yorks waa suspended by Assistant Umplro Hunt j s terday fnrthroodnysforklcklnifnnd nttomptod assault during the itnmo nt Washington rnrk. It was In tho first Innlne that the trouble oc curred. Two men woru out. nnd Glcnson was on second bnso when Ucttle lilt thobnlltoHhln ale, who turned nimind to touch Oleason. but tholAtterrunoutoftlicbnsollno. AsslstnntUm n plroHuntpmmptlydeclnrodlllonsonout.whero- i upon tho plater rushed neruia tlio diamond ( innrngo. lltiiitwnodhlmoir,btitultasonki'it i on klckins until the umplro put lilm out of tho . camo. F.nrnRoi! nt thin second ruling, Gleason urow back his clenched fist, nnd tried to punch Hunt in tho tody. Tho latter prepared to do f fend himself, but players got between them. V Then Hunt ordered Oleason out of tho enmo for three dais nnd compelled him to leao tho field nt onco by pulling out his watch. Glensoti went to the iliosslnii room, put on nt strcot clothes. and ciiiie bnck to tho bench, where ho eat unmolested until tho gamo was over. In , explaining tho matter, llunt Raid: I called Oleason out twenuso he ran out of j the lino and no avoided Hldndlo that tho latter could not put him out. The rulo is very plain i on this iiolnt nnd I could not let tho lolntion of It pass. Oleason rushed nt mo nnd kicked in a i most nhusho manner. I threntened topiithlm ' out of tho gamo, but he did not desist. Then I S; put him out for tho remainder of tho day and K no ercw even more aliunde, nt tho nnmo time R attempting to strike mo. If 1 hnd reccivod 5 such trcatmont anj whore except on tho ball w field I would hao resented It. rj nny mm. E would. As I had tho rules back of mo I had f nothing loft to do but suspend tho player for three days." 7 Hartman nnd Dn Is both klckod nt Umpire t Emslle bocnuse Btrikes that cut tho plate woro f- called on them, nnd Grlflln also protested is agaiiibta ruling that permitted dettlg to tako k first on a "hit by pitcher." Otherwise thero j was no faultfinding, nnd tho came Itself proved t to be one of tho most exciting that has boon f played this season. The departure of Oleason t brought Gind Into tho game, and tho K latter practically won it with his stick s work. Amos ltusle. too. must reecho fe credit for doing some grcr.t pitching when n hit or n long lly would havowontho 6 came for the Hrooklnii. But llttlo Ralph MU ID ler. tho Full ItUerboy, pitched nen better ball !r than ltusle, as far as hits go. and deserved to f win. In eight of the tnoUoiiinliigs he retired i, tho Now Yorks In one, two, three ordT, with a F BupnrblyeontrolIeddeIlerynnd mnsterlj head- V work. From Ilallmnnnud Magoon ho recoUed & porno meritorious nsslstnnce, but the othor E Ilrooklyn placrs were like so muny dead 6, weights Tho fact thnt tho llrooklyns had sixteen men ! Inf t on buses may pIo nn Idea lion weak was the stick work of l.ldi. ts's mon. On throe Bep lirato occasions tlio Unwkl) ns hid tho bases filleil, nnd ynt could riui get n man homo. Vthllo Jiusle was effeetUo in these Instance, it cin not be denied th'it tlio llrooklyiia used little or ., no judgment !u their nttemii's to hit the ball. They htiuek at bnlls oer tlielr heads, outside K tho plate, nnd Hlmost on tho ground, when by f careful nnitlng and a llttlo nero they might i linvo been more successful. f In fielding and hatting they outpointed the F Now Yorks, who woro below the standard tut -J by chnmploushlii teams Hnrtman nnd Joyce P lundo liuHgles that would hao been dl6dtrous p but for tho BrooWhns' innblllti to hit l)als 9- played a wonderful game nt short and cut off ; eome apparontly snfe drivoa that would havo ' if done damnge. Warner's clean back-stopping "wns ulso n toaturo. $ Jack Doyle, na stated In yesterday's Bnjt, re- 1 ported for duty, having come on in n hurry '. from n nshlnglon. Ho put on n uniform and potonthe bcreli. Ab Dolo is farnudnwny a t K better all-uround player than Joyce, ho will probablj begin woik nt first brisa ory soon. . If Joico remulns manuger on tho bench there I rnay bo a clash between him and Doylo. ns tho 1 :$ latter in ambitious and wnnts to be n X leader. In Washington Dojlo succeeded ( A. In replaulnc Mnnngor Brown, but wns taken 111 nnd couldn't p'ay. Ho manuged tho JC Now Yorks for n while in 180."i, but wna traded I S to Baltimore for Oleason and a largo bonus. J : I'oylo '9 tho player who blackened Umpire , f , X.ynqhs ejo In Boston Inst yenr, when plnvlug I TK Wth tho Bnltlmores Ho was traded by Hnn- s Ion to Washington because, it is nlleced, he 1 ,f could not get along with the othor Orioles. Ho Is a winner and a bird workor, nnd should & ntronuthen tlio New Yorks. but tho cranks liopothnt ho will refrain Iiom rowdlsm. j B The New Yorks woro sent to tho bat nnd if P.000 persons became interested nt onco. Vnn '': -A Jinltron got n life on rlhindlo's mull of a fiy, ; v but was naught tning to mnku socond on tho error. Tlernnn received n bnso on bnlls nnd g Joyce singled. Dals hit to Tucker, but tho 6 latter's throw t foreo Joyco wns dropped by I" Magoon nnd Tlernnn scored. Oleason forced f Davis and stole second, alter which tho row that resulted In Oleason's expulsion occurred Tho BrooklynH tied tho score In tho second r inning. After Tuukor hnd filed to Vnn Hnltren, i Hnllmnn hit snfely nnd ran to second on Bhin- f (lie's out. Ho scorod on JIngoon's two-bagger, f but tho latter was left Hheekord mado a star r catch off Hnrtman In tho Inst hnlf by tnking f. tho ball on the run near tho picket fonce in left f centre. In tho last hnlf of tho sltth tho Brooklyn 1 nrokothotlo with one run. Hhecknrd reached Jlrston Joyco'u sehoolboy mutT of Hnrtman's .. K throw. Hn was forced by Tucker, who tried to J fr eacrlllce. Hnllmnn was safo on Hnrtman's high t throw, nnd Hhindlo filed to Van JIngoon's S basnon Imllsilllcd the bags, nnd Ilyan's slow, r 1 nafetan to llartmiin sent Tueker nnmRs thn If II- pinto. Stiller grounded to ltusle, and three I runners wero left f ft Grady opened the seventh with a thrco-bag- t R tror nnd scored on Qettig's slnglo. Tho lnttor i. Was forced by Hartman. and Wninor's hot liner tE to Haliman resulted in a lino double play. f Hheekord took two bases on Denis's wild throw i in Brookl) n's half, only to bo left when Tuckor went out on a pop lly. Tlornan reeehed four bnlls In tho eighth, With two out, but wns nlppecl nt second, iln- i coon making n great play on Hynn's low throw, i Haliman started thn Inst hnlf with n hit, nnd . tho cranks thought they snw n run Hhindlo, I howotor, bunted u fiy into Husio's hands, and I tho next two men wero retired ut first. With one. out In Drooklju's ninth, flrlftln singled. Ho wns forced by Jones, who wns 6 cnught stealing tho next moment. After Mll- f lor hail bowled tho New Yorks oor 111 clover , . Etyloln thottiith the Bnxikltiis proceeded to 1 V liicuk tho hearts of their followers. Hhocknrd 4 f begun with n base on balls and Tucker, nfter $ t twlco trying nlnly to bunt, forced him nt 7 I second. Haliman put up a foul which Joio ? L misjudged and missed. "Kemppy" ut onto l $ turned upon Assistant Unipiro Hunt ami C' i growlod. reason unknown. Then Hnilmnn f ' singled nnd Tucltorstopied at second. Hhindlo l i' put up n weak llttlo foul for Warner, but Mn- goon filled tho bases with n hit. By an then 4 c mno to tho bat and struck out on three pitched ft f balls X h MIllorkoiituphlRgrcntpltchlng in thoelev- t, entli nnd the .Neworks wero blanked Benin, f nlthough '1 ieruaii singled with two out. Then if f in tho lust half, with ono out, Orlfiln got four i bulls,. loiies nut him on second withaslugle, 5 pud Hhciknnl filled tho biibub with a life on if Uartmnn'H film bio. BI "Onh one outl" tho cranks yelled, and it K S looked like lctiiry Tucker, Instead of punch- 6 J. ing the ball nnywhero In tho in fluid for nchain'p, X struck out, the last strike being n foul tip. lR t Then Hnllmnu filed to Davla und tho rooters f cot their hammers out EnW ImxlHiipenod tho twelfth with n bnso on balls ft nd Orndy bunted It wns meant I ra saerl- i (Ice. but ns nobody was on haii.1 to field tho Bf bull tho sphoro rolled slow I) into right field, K Dnvla skipping to thlnl ami (Irmly making W Ficond Oettig was hit by n pitched ball and Jfi tho bubca woro filled with nolwdy out Hnrt- B man hcut u fly to Sheck.ird and D;uIh cioised S the pinto wlthnhat nroedto be the winning m lun. Winner llledtohliindlonnd Magoon inndo ft b beautiful running catch of IIuhIu'h shorrfly SS to loft. Bhlndlo besan Brooklyn's last try with nllfo Wt on Iliirtinnn h error Mngoon tlltd to Orndy K and )un force 1 hhludle. Dnvismnklnga mng- W niflcent stop oor in Gett lie's territory Then tKS Miller filed to Tioruuu und tho fatwuslntho SR Are, Thoscoro; rSt no tour, I isoou.TX. Hai nluro.A.r! n. 1b. r.o i. . Km- naltreii.cf 0 1 d o OOrlffln.rf 0 2 8 0 0 t Wp Tlanian.lf till) oJnnea, rf... 01100 mi tfc, Joyce, lb 0 3 14 12 Hhtckard. If o 0 8 O 0 kV K tiavla, a . 1 n .'l 7 1 Tucker, lb 1 o 13 1 o K P Qli.aOD, 2b O 0 0 o o Haliman, 2b 1 8 4 II o I:" it nradv, rt 1220 i Miiln.lle.nl) 01241 Ml Mr Oetllit, 2b 0 1 11 J 11 Maocil. ab 11 2 3 3 1 Hartuiai), 8bO oil Iilljan, c O 1 (I 2 o kL Mamcr. o l 0 H i u Miller, p. .00040 5 X luale, p 00140 MX Mi . Totall .2 1035 20 2 njt Total. u 7 3d HI II bVT" "Olrason out for niuuini: out of Una. Sew Yoik ino no oioooo l a rooklyn. . oioooiuoooo 02 H" To-Ubc. lilu-lralr. Mfjjoon Three ' hit mwmka. On4y. fflolau Ua Uleiaoa, Jonaa. KJrU.ako oi rror-Kw Tork, ll Brooklyn, 6. JTIrat but on balla-Off Ilnale. 4 off Miller, 9. Btrnek oyt-Br nnale, Hi by Miller, 2. Hit bypltcher-By Miller, 1. ft on baaea J)e Tork. ifrooklyn, IB. Doubl play Haliman nnd Tucker. Time 2 honra and SO mlnutea. UmplreEmall. AnUUnt Hunt At tuilnc 6,ooo. notion, 3 1 rnrLiDKLrau, 1, PniuiDKLrnu, July . Boaton and rhlladel- FihUpntnp a, magnlBcent gaine thla arternoon, ln ormer wlnnlna out 2 to 1. in ih ninth the Quaker; mada a hard try to win out, but atupld coac-hlnc and a lightning double, play killed allchancee. Lauder, the n-Drown player, pnt up a wonderful gams at third. The ecoro i iktox. i rarunxLTHU. . lnro.A.c n. la.r.0.1. z. Long.ae ....0 3 2 6 o Cooler, ef.. O 1 t 0 0 Tenner, lb 0 1 8 O o Douslaaa.lb I 1 10 O 3 JJutly, cf ....o ISO 0 Delebantr.lfO 0300 Roltlna. 8b 0 1 4 3 O Lajnle, 2b . O 1 3 3 0 Hlahl.lf. ...11 30 orilck. rf ...,0 0100 fitlvetta, rf .0100 1 McFarUnd.eO O B 1 O Ixiwe, 2b 18 3 3 0 lauder, 8b .0 O 3 5 O Ilennn.o 0 0 8 0 O.Croae, ea o O 3 D O Elobedant,po 0 0 1 0 riatt,p .... O O O ToUla . "JioiTioTl Totida 1 82713 3 Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 Beaton O 1 0 O 0 0 0 1 03 Two baaahlta Donilaaa, Lowe, Lajolo. Three-baaa hltn Lowe, SUM. Sacrifice hit Domilaaa. Left on banFa-Fblladelphta, 6 Boaton, ll. Struck out By Itatt, 2; by Klnbedanz, 1. Doubla play Tna and Oolllna. lint baaa on error Boaton, 3. Flrat baaa on balla-On Klobeilam, 3. Hit by (Itched ball pelehanty, Croaa. Time 2 noun and 8 minutes, umplrci Oaffney and Brown. baltiuorc, 10; wntnntoTox, 8. WAumxoTov, July 0. Tho Benatora were defeated In a llatleaa gamn to-day. Bwalm and liopa were In bad f onn and wero removed In the aecond Inning. Heeler's fleldlUR waa the feature of the game. Tho acorei WUI11V0TOV, I lULTIUOnE. n.ln.ro.A.x.1 n. In.j-o.A.a. Selbath, If o 1 3 1 o Eeeler, rf .0 2 7 o o Oettman,rf..O 12 0 2 Jennlnga, ea.l 2 8 3 0 Anderaon.lbO 0 11 1 1 Brodle, of ..1 3 0 0 0 McOulre, C...1 0 3 1 0 Demon t. 3b. 1 114 0 Iteltt. 2b ...1 3 3 1 0 McOann, lb.8 3 10 O O Wagner, cf...O 0 0 0 O Holmea, Lf...O 1 1 O O Mercer, cf. 0 3 10 O Clark, o 3 3 4 3 0 Meyera, 8b .0 10 3 0 Nopa,p O 0 0 0 0 Wrieley, aa..l IBB Ollnahea, p...l 1100 Hwalm, p.,.0 0 0 0 o! Ball, 8b 1 10 3 0 Dlneen,v,...0 012 0 Totals... .10 14 37 10 O Totals 8 8 2718 8 Waebincton 0 200001008 Baltimore 0 8 0 0 0 O O 3 810 Flrat baae on error Baltimore. Left on baaea WaahlnirtoD, 0. Baltimore, . Klrat bus on balla OS Hwalm, 1; oft Dlneen, 2 off Xop, 8: off Hugbea, 2. Struck out Br Dlneen, 1: by Nqiia, 1; by Uughet, 3. Homo rune IteltK, McQann. Three-baae hlta Wriicley. Jennlngn Twobaas hlta Brodle, Ball. Btolen baaea Heeler, Bemontrevllle, and McQann, Double play Anderaon, W'rlgley, and Anderaon. Ultbypltcher-McOutre. Wild pitch Ungbea. Um pireLynch. Aitiatant Andrewa. Tim 3 hours and 16 mlnutea. cmoAoo, 8: oikci.skiti, 8. CniCAoo. July 0. Dahlan and Connor were buk In tho game to-day and braced tba Orphane. Thornton held the vlaltora aaf at all atajrea of tho game. Uaw ley wa retired at the end of th third, as the horn tram waa stoaling aecond at will. Attendance, 7,600. The score: cmcAoo. CiaClSHATX. n.laro.i.1. aulnro. x.. Bran, If 1 8 3 0 OJIcBride. cf.O 110 0 Freritt. lb 18 8 0 o smith. If... .1 3 1 o 1 Thornton, pi 10 3 0 Corcoran, aj.O 3 16 1 pahlen. aa ..0 o 4 1 1 Berkley, lb.0 0 8 0 0 M'Corm'k,8bl 3 0 1 0 Miller, if ...1 0 4 0 0 Mertea, rf ...O 12 0 3 Btelnfeld,2b.O 0 0 11 Connor, 2b .0 0 a 1 O Irwin, 3b....0 10 8 1 Donahue, o..l 14 1 O Vaughn, o. .0 18 2 0 Isbell. cf....O 0 4 0 0 Hawler. P...0 0 0 3 0 .Dammann.pl 1 o 1 o Totals. 61137 8 Pletz 0 0 0 0 0 I Total 8 8 2414 4 Battod for Dammann In th ninth Inning. Cincinnati 1 o O 0 o 0 1 0 18 Chicago 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 ..8 Firat baa by error Cincinnati. 1: Chicago, 8. Left on bur Cincinnati, 7; Chicago, 10. Flrat baa on balla Off Hawley, 2; off Dammann, 1; off Thorn ton, 2. Struck out By Uawley. 1; by Dammann. 2; by Thornton. 4. Three-baae hit Corcoran. Two bnoo htt Corcoran (2). Sacrifice hlta Dahlan, la bell. Btolen base Ryan. Ererltt, Dablen, Mert (2). Double play Dahlen and Connor, lilt by pitcher By Thornton, 1. Urapirca Swartwood and Wood. Tune 2 hours and 26 mlnutea. tociaviLLt, Hi rrmatnto. 8. Prmaoao), July 9 After pitching effaoHTelr aaalnat th Colonels for At Innlne! to-day. Bhlns collapsed suddenly, and In the remaining four Inn ing hie delivery waa hammered unmercifully. Ten hit for a total of alxteeu baaea yielded th vlaltora ten runs. Thescorei rrmauaa. Locirvnxs. a la.ro. a. a. ilBro.i.1. Donovan, rf.l 3 3 0 o noy.cf 1 0 0 0 0 O'Brien. lb..o 0 14 0 1 Ritchie, a.. .2 10 10 Orav, 8b ... 0 3 0 0 0 Deiter, rf....4 3 10 0 McCarthy ,lf O 16 0 O Clarke, If ...0 13 0 0 McCreery.cf.l 110 O Wagner, lb.. 1 16 11 B'w'rnian, c O 2 S 2 O Stoueh, 2b 1 3 1 4 1 ridden. 3b. 1 o 3 8 O Cllngman,8bO 3 1 1 o Fly, aa o 3 0 6 1 Klttridge, c.l 1 8 1 o Rhines,p....0 0 0 3 1 Cuii'gham.p.l 10 3 0 Total 3113713 8 Total ...11 12 27 10 3 Pittsburg 1 100000108 Loulavllle 1 0 0 0 0 8 11 611 Btolen base Dexter, Padden, Wagner. Three baa hit Dexter, Cllngman, Klttridge Bacriflce, hit Uoy. Double play Klttndge and Ritchie. Struck out By Ithlnca, 1; by Cunningham, 2. First baae on balla Off Unities, 8. TJmplre s Bnyder and Connelly. Attendance 4,000. Time 2 hour and 6 minute. cixvrxxas, 9, it. louts. 2. Clzteuhd, July V.U Louis lost to th Indiana through Inability to bat Young at th time when hit wero needed. Uughey waa wild and waa batted freely. The score. CLEVKLAHB. I ST. L0UXS. Blar.o. 4.x. B.lB.r.o.juS. Bnrkett, 1I..8 8 10 O Dowd.rf 1 2 2 0 0 C'hllds. 2b ..2 114 O Bteniel, cf...o 18 0 0 Wallace,8b..l 2 0 2 0 Harley.lf....O 0 8 0 0 McKean. as .0 0 14 O Cross, 8b. .. .0 0 3 10 Icleau. lb.l 0 16 O o Decker, lb.. 0 3 18 1 o Blake, rf O 3 10 OiBugden, 0....0 0 0 10 McAleer.cf.l 2 2 0 0 Oulnn. aa ...0 O o G O O'Connor, c O O S 1 1 Crook. 2b... 1 8 8 8 1 Young, p.... 1 0 0 1 0 Hughey, p...O 0 12 0 Total 910 2712 1 Total 3 8 27 10 1 Cleveland 2 0 0 0 10 2 0 40 Bt. Louis 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 02 Pint base on erroi-Clevelsnd. Left on basea Cleveland, 8 Bt. Louie, s. Three baa hit Wallace. 1 wo bao hit Decker. Doubleplay Chllds and Te beau, O'Connor and Tcbeau. First base on balla Off loung, 1, off Hughey, 4 Struck out By Young, 3. Sacrifice hlta Wallace, Young, Blake. Btolen base Wallace, Burkctt. Btenzel. Wild pitches Young, Iluifhey. Passed ball O'Connor. Cmplrea McDon ald and O'Day. Time 3 hour and 6 minute. AtlanUo Leagu. AT FATZBaOir, a. n. x. Paterson 8 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 07 8 1 Lancaster O 10 10 0 0 0 03 7 4 Batteries MoOlnnlea and Bemlai Clausen, Went And Both. AT ALLXSTOWJt TIBST OAUX. B. H. B. Allentown 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 07 0 4 Beading 00030000 02 6 8 Batteries Keener and Foster; Wood and Heydon. axcoxn oauz. B. B. BU Allentown 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 08 4 4 Reading O 1 0 1 O O 1 o 14 0 10 Batterle Btimmel and Foster; Oarvtn and Heydon. at uABTroan. B. B. X. Hartford 0 8 4 0 0 0 0 3 .. 0 o 4 Newark 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 04 lo 6 Batteries Murphy and Roach; Kottall and Mc Manu. at Bicnvosn itobt oamx. b. n. x Richmond 0 0 0 O 0 0 o 0 0 o 7 2 Norfolk 2 0000000. 2 81 Bittorio etooksdale, Bparka and Vlg; Bishop and Fox. axcoxn oajib. b. B. B. Richmond 3 0 0 13 10 0 17 14 1 Norfolk O 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 7 0 Batteries Leerer and Vlgi Staler and Fox. JSnatern Leagua AT nuxonxxD A. u. B. B. X. Rprlngfltld.. ........ ,.0 0 0 0 8 8 1 18 18 3 Montreal., 0 0 0 0 10 0 01 8 U Batterle Korwan and Duncan i MoFarland and Butler, at arjiwonxLD r. u. b. a. B. Bprlngdeia....0 000008 1 8 1 1-13 10 4 Montreal 3 O 0 018 0 0 O 0 1 0-11 10 4 Batterle Fappalau and Nlcholai Uswltt and BmlnV. at rxormxiici a. u. B. B. X. ProTtdeno 0 3 0 1110 0 06 7 1 Toronto ...O 10 14 0 0 0 ..a 13 3 Batteries Hodson and Noblet; Baker and Casey. at rnovinrwor r. u. B. K. X. ProTldenc 3 0 0 8 10 0 0 00 12 2 Toronto 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 07 0 8 Batterlaa Sraun and Coogan, Baker and Llpp. AT WIUtUBAJiaX. B. x. Wllkesbam 0 001000406 76 Rochester 3 110 3 0 0 8 110 la 2 Batterle Patten and Smith; Herndon and Boyd. AT TBACUBK. n. b. x. Syracns 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02 7 4 Buffalo 20002000 2 6 11 1 Batterle Malarkey and Lake; Amole and Urquhart, JXw Tork State League. At Utica Utlca, 2. Canandalgua, 0. At Cortland-Cortland, 0; Auburn, 2. At Home Rome, ll, Oswego, o. At Palmyra Palmyra, 10, Lyons, 1, Other Game. AT nuTxaa uuxo. B. b. x. New York A. 0..0 101000002 86 Ulverdals F. O.. 6 2 X 1 1 0 2 0 0-13 12 4 Batterle Westervelt and Hayes, P, Dunn and J, Dunne. AT XXW HAVI. B. M. X. New Britain .00000100 01 or, New Haven 01024208. 12 12 6 Batterl Walsh and Bummer, Ash and Luchla. AT UACKXhbACg. OrlUnlF C. 8 3 O 1 O 0 0 O I 7 la' 7 Newark Strikers O 8 4 10 0 0 1 13 16 1 I Batteries Jdhnston and Bttlth; Carrlek, Uclart v Jand and llotlifim, ATDintntt. B. B Panbnry 0 0 8 0 10 0 0 .,-48 O Derby O 1110 0 0 0 08 7 6 BatUrtea Uorrla and Fhlp Conroy, Culver and Manning. AT BXBOKK romT, B. B. B. Rldgewood A.0....8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 08 7 0 NewJersey A.0....0 10 4 0 0 0 0 ..6 4 Batterle Davl and Wilson) Dlsctsway and Vo- dln. at BATomra. B. B. B. Btanton V, 0....0 08000310 n 86 Reliable A. 0.... 2 10 14 0 11 ..10 18 0 Batteries Mastorson and Seuhni O'Neill and Mo- Devltt. at xuiABxm. a. n. B. KllrabethA.0 0 110 0 0 16 0 0 110 18 8 Bonth Bergen F.0..O 30183001000 13 8 at xrjuixr OTAI B. B. X. Arlington A. A..8 6 3 0 3 8 0 6 3-36 24 6 Mo'tgo'ery F.0.0 001004006 8 10 Batterle Weir and Wileyi O'Brien, Oaahlon, Mat thew! and Field. AT OIASOX. B. B. X. OrangaA. A......0 0 3 3 0 8 10 0-8 7 8 MontclalrA.0.,.,4 10 10 10 0 0-7 10 8 Batterle Vorhla and O'Neill Terry and Wood. AT JAMAICA. B. n. B. Jamaica.... .,,..1 0 0 3 8 0 0 4 ..16 14 6 St. Louis Coll'ge.O 0 10 10 8 0 011 14 0 Batterle Gumming and Driacolli Griffin and Mulhall. AT CnOTOSA PAnx, Rnbnrban 1 8 10 6 0 10 ..18 DrcadnaughU O 001000001 Batteries Fiiui and Hersey; Sheridan and Butler. AT CAXAJOnAIUB. B. n. x. Richfield...... O 13 0 0 0 0 8 0-0 4 7 Qillama 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 03 8 8 Batteries Robinson and Laatagti Whlu and Rob erta. AT BAT BIOOB. B. . B. Crescent A. 0....0 6 0 0 B 3 0 1 ..18 13 8 Englewood F. 001111040 1 0 10 4 Batteries Campbell and Holden; Bangher, Baxter and Duryea. At Tanrtown-Oak F. 0, 1 Y. M. O. L.. 0. At Yonker Holly wood, lit Bt. Joseph's T. U. C. A., 6. At Dover Dover. 12; Iloboken A. A., 0. At Flushing Shlnnecock, 01 Newtown. 8. At Cranford Bergen F. O ,; Cranford A. 0., 7. At Bdnaonhurst Lincoln F. 0., 14 Benaonhurst r. c . s. At Lnglewood Englewood F. 0., 14; Hackenaaok Y. M. 0. A , 7. At Mount Vemon Vernon A. C, 18; AH Star, 13. At Piermont Nrack. 14t Demareat, t). At Prospect Park Mayflower, 6; Apenta, 10. Cen tral Y. M. C. A., 11; Avalon, 7. Moiles, 17; Colum bian Guards, 8. Maine, Jr., 14; Greater New York. Jr., a. Do Vtltt Clinton, 11; Acme Council. Royal Arcanum, 8. Leroy, 10; Manila, 4. Lynwood, 80s Carllalea, 0. Freedman's Despatch to the Magnates. CisctNNATi, July 0. Following Is a copy of the telegram sent by President Freodmanof the Now York Club lost Tuesday to nil of tho League clubs: "The Now York Club lias been doprlvod of many games by Inoompotont umpiring this season. Yesterday wo lost another ono on our own grounds through tho absolute Incompe tency of Umpire Hoydlor. who, I understand, was a elerk of Young's and who he is holding against the protests of half of the clubs in the League that our buslnoss bo ruined hore to benefit Young's private desires to faor umpires at tho cost of tho entire League then you can bo prepared to play In Now York to empty benches. I myself would much profer to close them in preference to having any further umpiring of the kind wo havo had this season. If Young will not re move Incompetent umpires then It Is tlmo for Young to be removed. It Is not the w nr that Is Injuring baseball, it la fake legislation and poor umpiring." The Brooklyn Club. To thx Enrroa or Tax Bun Sin Your remark regarding President Ebbeta and Lachanc of the Brooklyn team cover the condition of affair com pletely and fully explain why the game ts dead In this borough. You might go stlU further. We would Uke to know why Anderson waa sold to Washington. It's dollar to cent that If Griffin. Jones, Lachance, and Anderaon were offered to Hanlon bo would take the latter. Belling Corcoran to Cincinnati was an other unpopular moTO. Tho trouble over here 1b not with the player, but with tho management. It ha become very unpopular with th lover of th game. Qlro ns a change. Ex-Cbank. Beooxxtx, July 8. Bnaeball Note. A. B 0 Tlernan vlared with tha New Tork Na tional League team In the Brotherhood year. Oleaaon, Tan Haltren, and Warner did not arrive at Washington Park yesterday in time to Indulge In the usual fifteen minutes of practloe with the New Yorks. Nxw Havxw, July 0. At the conclusion of to-day' game the New Britain team disbanded, owing to lsck of patronage It waa the tall-nder of the State League ana had not won a game for two weeks. Derby will disband next week, leaving New Haren. Waterbury, New London, Meridon, Danbury and Bridgeport in a firm Bix-club leaguo. lUnTFOBD, July 0. Owing to the failure of the local magnates to take hold of the enterprise, William Bamte has relinquished his Idea of managing the local team of the Atlantic League for the balance of the season. The franchise has been turned orer to the plaver. who will play under the coOperath e plan. Traffley will continue to act as manager, with full authority as such. PnlLADtum. July 0 The Philadelphia Baseball Club's salary list was cut down to-day .three player being got rid of. Pitoher Oeorge wheeler, who did audi clever work early In the aeason. was farmed out to the Rome, N. Y., club. Third baseman Elber fleld wo shipped to Detroit, while Catcher Fisher cot his release outrtsht. Manager Shettsline ay It 1 probable that Pitcher Murphy, farmed out to Hart ford early In the season, will be recalled, lie ha been pitching grand ball In the AtlanUo League. AVnnt to Piny Games. Th Fulton would like to arrange game with teams averaging 16 year. Address O. Hellenbrecht, 1617 Avenuo A. The Aahford A. C. has a few more open date for first-class uniformed amateur olubs only. Address A. Kaeramer, 447 Olenmore avenue, Brooklyn. The Carllale Baaeball Club would Uke to arrange cramps with all teams averaging 17 years. Address Edward J. Morrison, DtJt) Kent avenue, Brooklyn. Tho Alpine A. O haa open dates for uniformed clubs, Brockton F. COiones, and Jamaica preferred. AddrtBS U. O. Zlmmer, 013 Cheatuut ttreet. Brook 1)U. The Arlington A. A. would like to arrange Bundar Samea away from home for a suitable guarantee Aa ress John Kelley, Manager, A. A. A. Baaeball Club, Arlington, N, I. The Clinton A. C. wonld like to arrange Saturday and holiday gamea with uniformed teama averaging 18 years, out-of-town games preferred. Address Ray mond L. Well, 140 Broadway. The Carlton Baseball Club would like to arrange games with teama averaging IB or 111 year. The open dates are July 2.1 and 80 Address Edward B. Miller, ."18 Bergen street, Brooklyn. The Hudson A. 0, haa all Bstnrday In July and BiinJoj, July 111, open, and would Hie to (111 the same with nrat-class flub. Address A. Koenlg, manager, 785 Park avenue, Uoboken, N. J, The Alert havo July 23, Aug. 20 and 27 open for games In or out of town, for a liberal cuaranteo; Do er. Port Jorvla, and Crescent A. C of Woodrldge preferred. Addreaa T. B. llalpln, 237 Broadway. Brooklyn College Basebsll Club would like to hear from flrst-clas uniformed clubs to play at Irving Park. Tho open dates are July id and 28. Addrera A. Mauer, Secretarj , 208 El crgreen avenue, Brooklyn. The Athletic of New York have July no and ome Baturdai s in August still open, also Labor Day, and would llko to hear from out-cf-town clubs offering reaeonablo anaruntees. Address J. Mott Uoykaa, box 21, 4Newtreet. The Brooklyn neighta A. A. would like to All Jnly 10, 17. and 23 with good out-of-town teams, giving a suitable guarantee. A fow Saturdays and Sundays In August alao open. Address R. A. Hunter, 6UJ Lox ington aeuuc, Brooklyn. The Manhattan A. A. of Bronx borough wonld like to aehedule game for Sunday during August and two trainee for Labor Day with clubs offering reasona ble inducements. Address A. F. Oeyur, Secretary, 608 lst 162d street. The Harlem A. 0. would like to hear from all first class out of town clubs offering a suitable guarantee. Cranford A. 0., Brewster of Brewster. N. Y. and Mount Vernon A. C. preferred. Address R. E. Bed ford, manager, ID North Ninth avenue, Mount Ver non, N, Y, The Dakota Field Club of IUrkm ha July 80, Aug. 8 and 20, open for out-of town elulu offering suit able guarantees, Englewoods, llldgewooda. Pacific A. C , and Arlington A. A. preferred. Address J, F Mo Orath, uiausgor, Harlem Casino, 124th street and Seventh avenue, The Oreenpolnt A, A, ho reorganized It strong semi professional team and haa the following open datea for first-class teams offering suitable guaran tees July If), 10. Aug. it, 18, so. Labor Day itwo itamcs), amlfoiral BuihUjs. Address O. U. Uoag land, 74 South Becond strict, Brooklyn. llnsebnll llniuei To-Day, ATLANTIC LEAOUK. Reading at Newark; Hartford at Paterson. onitii tiAurs. West New York F. C. . Bt Louis, nt Weehawken. Alerts vs. Brooklyn Holpbts 1'. U at Uut New York. Fiueralds of Catbollo Protectory vs. eruon A. 0., at au best. Borough A. C. vs. Hickory A. 0 at Brooklyn. Port I,ce A. C. vs. Murray Hills, at Fort Lee. Hoboken vs. Montgomery 1", C, at Bt. Oeorg Cricket Ground. Johnston F, O. vs. Bay Bide 1', 0., at Jersey City. Yachting Note. n. V. Llppltt'i crsrk racing sloop Wup 1 being fitted out at Port Jefferson, Willlsmll Crane'aatoilu yacht Benator will not b placed In comulsalon this year. Adrian DeLuna hss returned from an extended cruitsln hla yal hlh away. BklpperDe Lima en tertained Ida father and hla mother on hi latest crulao, 11 Claitnn Ilaff haa been (ngaged by Cornelius Vauderbllt. J r , a skipper of th no footer Veda. 1 he yacht w.ll b cite null cly raced la th watera adja cent to Nowport. The thirty-footer Edith, owned by Mr. Robinson of tha Beawanhaka-Corinthlan Y. C, ha been hauled out at Marblehead and thoroughly overhauled, tin tailed f j$ter Bay on Bandar. ., NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. ItOADS BKTXO IMPROVED FOlt TUB mtNEriT ov mnnns. Manufacturers Are Jinking Arrangement for the Production of Next Yenr'aDtodels Time Limit Not llellshed by I'.ngllah tlacert One-Mile llecord Performances. It Is Brent satisfaction to whoolmon Rt this tlmo of tho year to noto tho amount of road Improvement thnt Is going on nnd to feel con scious that a constdernblo part of It In being dono in tholr behalf. Observations of this kind mako riders feel glad thnt thoy are n part of tho army of cyclists which has boon rcsponslblo for so much In tho way of highway Impimomont. Koutos which a fow years ngo they had to rldo through mud and sand thoy now roll on a sur face of macadam or on n sldepnth. Where tho roads are really poor It is apt to bo because they are balnc torn up for Improvement or becauso not many whoelmen have pasavd that way. Cycling action has mado dirt roads rida blo. Tho wheelman as a good-roads adocato is woll known, but as a mnkor ot good roods ho Is not appreciated. To-day thoro aro hundreds ot miles ot fino macadam roads over which riders may travol without going beyond tho city limits. Thoy aro being kept in better re pair than ovor. and on ninny sides now roads aro bolng built. It is practicable nowadays for an tnczporloncod rldor to start out atotio and go almost anywhoro without having spent two days beforehand lajlng out his routo and without carrying a rood map. This week's re port of tho Now York division tolls ot fine riding oormoat of tho common roads. Borne ot tho hints In connection with poorspots aro as fol lows: Eighth avenuo all tho way below Fifty ninth street is poor, and tho now routo uptown by way of Washington Park nnd Fifth avenuo, which was recently published in The Sun, will bo found by rldors to bo tho best one to follow. Fifty-ninth stroot. botwoon Tilth nnd Sixth ntcnuos, is a good plaen to aoid at night, ow ing to oxcantlotis for pipes. Eighty-sixth street Is being paved from First nvonuo to Mad ison nenuo. Asphalt li being laid on Fifth avonuo between Slxtioth and Eightieth stroots. Manhattan aonua is a bit rough. Tho Kings bridge road is poor. Tromont avonuo. Van Cort landt Rtreot, nnd aU lleretto street from 105th stroot to Intennloneuuo, nroln tho throes of mucndumlzntion. In Urookln thoro is llttlo complaint to bo mado concerning cither tho nsphaltod streets ortho mneadam roads. Thoso going to tho park from tho brldgo will find Clinton street bumpy, as it usually is. but tho dangerous holes In it havo been filled. On Long Island rldors should noto that tho road through Ulon Coo and Locust Valley is being macadnmizod. and therefore is not ridable. Considerable work is being done atNorthnort. Boats nro running from l!a shore to Tiro Island, from Port Jefferson to Bridgeport, and from both Sag Harbor nnd Greontiort to Now London. Tho cycle paths of Suffolk County nro In good condition The roads of btnten Island, broadly spenking, aro In splendid shape, so much so that dotails toll ot no points to mold. Tho absenco from fern boats of tho common est kind of accommodations has long boon a crleaneo to not only ocllBta. but to all pasaon- 8 era. In the summer tlmo. when riders tired, usty. nnd thirsty hao hustled onto boats ot tho Hudson ltler ferries for u fifteen or twenty minutes' sail, tho lack ot any drinking wnter supply has been nggra attng. Last Sundny, on ono of tlio boats running to Joney City, a whoolwomnn succumbed to the heat, but thero was not a pleco of ice or a drop of wutnr at hand to bo used an n restorative Tho action ot tho Board of Health yesterday in ordering ico water to bo carried on nil ferryboats is there fore a mnttoroi special interest to cyclists, and something for wlilch they are bound, ono nnd nil. togIe thunks Tho Board of Health has not discriminated, and Ico wnter must here after bo carried on the boats of tho short fer ries as woll as thoso that tako tho longest trips. A colored mnnwho makes his living by in structing beginners in a cycling academy, and therefoto may be considered to bo biased, was oneot Booral riders on tho ltrtersldo Drive a fewd.tys ngo when u man ran down tho hill with his wheel booud control, nnd at the bot tom of tho Incline toppled against another wheelman simply becauso ho did not know how to dismount properly. The professional In structor said: Tha' now, tha's what I tole er. Them self-taught fellers Is alwus tho wus kin'." bevoral persons who hnd witnessed tho iucldontand heard tho remark grinned. Before their faces had fairly straightened n woman came skidding along with blanched cheeks, gripping her handle bars with the des peration of n drowning man, nnd crying aloud as she went nlong. "Catch mo I Htopme.plcnse. Bomchodj I" A rider who hnd dismounted for n short reRt caught her and held tho c clo until she got off. tabu thanked him gaspingly, nnd explulncd that bho could rldo, but did not know how to get off very woll. Tho colored man had gonoonnnddid not 6ee tho Incident, but a fow who remembered tho drop of tho other tyro and tho remark of tho colored man hnd their laugh spoilod by having to reflect how true was his epigrammatic comment. According to advices received by tho National Board of Trade from tho United States Consul at Shanghai, tho use of bicycles in China has had a decided boom in tho lust 5 car. Tho Con sul has written a Hpecinl letter to tho board, in wlilch he explains tlio causes for tho boom and also describes customs thnt are ilistinctly Inter esting Society thero isdomlnntcdby the Eng lish idea that exercise U necessary for tho mnintenanco of health in thnt clini'ito, nnd "11 classes Imo begun within tho twelvemonth to employ tho blevcloas tho medium for their ex ercise. Thero aro no native roids us wo un derstand the term. Thero nro narrow paths for pedintrians nnd hort.es. and on a rulo they are not wide enough for 'volilcles. They nro dusty In dry weather, ory muddy after rain, and nt nil times so rough ns not to bo practicable for cj cling. Thoso roads nro not maintained by tho com munity, but each landowner tnkesenroof the section immediately in front of his property. There is n general lack of public spirit, nnd no ono does nn thing on tho mad that lie enn avoid. Ah u result, thn paths grow niurower and rougher, Instead nf Improving. Iiieonse iiueneo of this, blrvcllnc has a hard timent It. It is only on the, roads which have been built by tho foreigners in thn lmmediato vicinity of tho larger towns und cities thnt c cllnc is pobsiblo. Tho boom In the sport has boon for tho most part among the foreign Iiopulatlnn. I'ew Chinese have taken to the wheel. Tholr clothing is notndnpted to tlio ex ercise. In middle and northern China no man nppears In public dressed othorwlso tlinn In long clothes, which means nn outer shirt or pottleoit tlmt reaches to tho ankles. Some of tlm joiincor Chinamen ride, and when thoy do tliev either b-nv ii off this garment or turn It up nnd fasten itntthuvvalst. The queue of hair, which usunlly Ih worn bunging down thn back, is brought over tho shouldor nnd fastened nt thowuist. Becmif-o tl. Ir trousers mens long nnd baggy ns is the nveiiigu divided skirt useii hy wheefvvomen hero, tho men of tho Flowery Kingdom Invariably use chain guards. It has often been snld that Chinese women ride, but this tho hhnnghnl Consul emphatically denies, llesavsthat absolutely no woman of nnyelnss lseverhoen on n bicycle. Blevelesuro not mado in China. All thn machines used nro Imported, nnd because of tlio tariff Iiivih American makers nro most faored Thoro are no distinct bl cyclu dealers, but firms In every kind of busi ness hniidlo w hi els ns n hIiIo lino. Tlio ellmato Is so damp that wood rims do not stand up well, und tho old-lushioiud steel rim is dis tlnetly tho superior article. Wheels heavily nlckelled are also at a disadvantage becauso of tho damp nlr. Bust accumulates nnd dostrovs bright parts vory rapidly. It lins never boon thoroughly demonstrated just how much Ih duo to tho wheel when a rac ing man wlnsn ruco. Many think thnt tlio win ners would do ns well on tiny other wheel, Wlillo the prowess of each mnn must bo n ok Hired, this proposition Is hardly fair. When gccondsnro being split Into fifths it makes u decided dlffercnio In n race against tlmo how oosyu wheel runs. A certain milker lssosmo tlmt tlio wheel Is n more important factor than the rider that ho has IhmhmI n challenge nml ileelnred a forfeit to provn that his machine would win in threo ruei m, with IkiIIi sides picking Its own riders, Tho nil itivo value of wheel toman In a nice Is n thing that probably never will bo north d selentlllcnlly A woman on thoOuiny Island oole path, however, arbi trarily l sinned of tho argument yesterday in a way thnt well Illustrates the iiopular Idea. She was riding with two fiiends of her own sex, and wns lagging. When thoy milled hor. sho complacently explained that shu could not be expected to keep up with them, becaiiHO they were each riding on a high-grado wheel, wlillo she was not. Blovclo manufacturersnrenow contemplating nrrangi'iiioiitHforthoniaklngof 'ini models nnd the tidoptlon of a schedule ot prices thatn ill meet with tho conditions of tho cycling trade next year. Homo radical changes will go Into effect In tho prleo of tho highest grado wheels. While tho conservative dealers declare that they havo disposed of all their 1)8 output, the) confess that tho conditions In tha trade domund that the prlco of bievcles must como down to a set schedule. There has been some talk of an In formal conforcnoo between threoorfouroftho louilliig makers to dotennlno upon prices for noxtycar Tho gradual reduction in pi Ices of the leading wIiicIh from $l-.r to$7f and tho enormous demand for machines costing from $. to if; hao proved to tho big makers that medium priced wheels will bo tho bUvcleof tho future. A reporter of The Run, In talking with ono of tlui leading manufnctiiri'rH yesterday, was advised thnt ft seems practically assun d thut threo or. four of tho loading makers In Amoricn nro planning to turn out w heels ut $Tt) noxtsoason. This llguro will mark their lead ing mount. Chuliilobs wheels will be retailed ?' J2R- npA8PefllV..raFle'i mc-tmta at from 75 to$8U. Ulaadjn,tttyUthBjtthQtaJoIc!udnleM i whcols has been small, nnd that the outlook for noxt year does not Indicate that there will bo nny great deinnnd for this typo. Tho adoption of n $T0 nehedulo for next season by tho big mnkors means that thopricen ot good, roputahlo wheels will bo at rock-bottom figures. At tho present tlmo n majority of thn lending manu facturers maintain n discreet silence in relation to tho prlco schedule for IX), being reluctant to net any official figures until they know tho plans of tholr competitors. Tho action of tho N. 0. U. ot England In de ciding to Impose tlmo limits on its champion ship races, up to nnd Including live-mile events. Is resented by tho riders. Tho Imposition ot limits Is tho direct result ot the prattlco of tha riders to loaf In tholr races until tho finish, when tho final quarter results in a wild sprint. Loafing races aro distasteful to tho public, and the officers of tho N,C. U..ln spite ot over whelming opposition, havo decided to experi ment with tlmo limits. In this country lost season tho League placed pacemakers In tho chnmplonshlD rwnts, which resulted In effectu nlly killing off tho prnctlco of loafing Tho Lngllsh racing man, however, manage to havo n consldorablo rirr In tho conduct ot rne s. and thoro Is muefi beeculatlrm ns to just how this, now Innovation will succeed. It neoms likely that tho English ltace Governing Asso ciation will find Itself forced to adopt tho cus toms now In Tcign In this country In order to secure good racing. An Engllih rlclor sum marizes tho time limit restriction as follows: "Candidly spenkuig. as students ot racing wo am entirely opposed In prinolplo to such re strictions, but as sonslblo persons wo cannot avoid n.svmpathy with promoters ot racing, who find that by reducing a sound truth to a ridiculous Issuo racing men h.ivcso furileirap ularl zed tholr sport that somo such oxpodlcnt Is absolutely unnvoidnblo to prevent Its ruin. Cyclo racing. Ilko every other branch of sport, must bo self-supporting to remain iwpular. anditstands to reason that. If tho public will not como to seo ono and Hvo inlio races which tiro merely disguised qunrtor-mlloscurries.it is to tlio best Interest of nil concerned that tlio prejudices of tho public should be given effect in some way. That tlmo limits pure and simple nro tho best way out of tho difficulty wo nro by no means convlncod, Thoy hnvo, boon trlod in Amorlca and practically abandoned as tho N. 0. U, proposes to enforce them. From nn arbitrary stipula tion declaring a rnce null nnd void that wus not won Inside a certain time, American racing legislators wero compelled to provide a singlo pacer who wns not a competitor and whoso duty it was to pull tho competitors nlong nt a certain fixed rato up to tho lust lap, when, his duty being done, ho retired. It seems to us that this will bo the ultlmato, tho Inovltablo conclusion of every such tlmo limit policy, and it would consequently havo been wlsor to ndopttiin final conclusion rnthorthanitsoarllor form. This, howov or, so reduces racing to tho mechanical thnt It would bo almost as well to mnko nil races paced compe titions. The situation ns it stands Is ono which contains no clomont for self-congratulation. It la also ono which calls for action, nnd, as such a necessity, tho union experiment must bo ncconted with resignation nt least. It is all very well to prnto about raoing mon riding to win when they loaf, but It must bo evident that inonler to win n scratch race it is not necessary to loaf to tho time of flvo or six minutes per mile whou tho unpncod record stands closo to thotwo-mitiute mark. If racing mon cannot seo thnt tholr own Interests de mand something akin to racing in champion ships and scratch compotltions. tho rules gov erning such contests must bo amonded so as to force thom to provide It." PniLADKLrniA. July 0. The star event of the prosrammo nt tho Pennsylvania Wheolmcn's rnco meet to-day was a Ilfteon-milo paced rnco between Charles Church und Henry Cissao of trance, in which Church easily vanquished his opponent. In fact, CIssoc's performance In this his second attempt nt tho mlddlo-distanco gamo in this city only strengthens tho belief that ho Is in tho wrong clnss. It wnsn't his paco that lost the raoo for him, for thero was no tlmo during tho hnlf hour In which tho mon woro on tho track that his paco could not hnvo run nway from him. and they frequently did so. Church got oft in tho load and was novor headed or in danger nt any stngo of tho gimo. Ho rodo easily nnd kept lengthening his lead nt every lap. being fifty yards ahead on tho first round of track, a lap at five miles, two laps at eleven miles, nnd nt fourteen miles and two Inps ho wasjust ono mile inthoiead. Tlio machines used for paco wero mostly tandems and tlio tlmo was slow, nnd the only pos sible thing of Interest in tho contest wns tho uncertainty ns to how badly Church would beat the Frenchman. Tho tlmo for tho fifteen miles was III minutes 11 2-5 seconds Tho other big ev cnt wns a flve-mllo toara pur suit race bctw eon F. A. McFnrland and O. S. S. Stevens nnd Nat Butler nnd A. C. Mortens. In which Mcrarlnnd won out for his team by about fifty vardsin 11 minutes 20 1-C seconds. Summaries: One Milo Handicap, Amateur Joseph P. Roger, scratch, won, O. B. Vauheust. 40 yards, socond; O. J. Still, UO yards, third. Time, 2 minutes 22 1-0 aeeonds Five-Milo Team Pursuit Race F. A. McFarland and O H. H. Stevens vs. A. 0. Mertens and Nat Ilutler. McFarland and Stevens won In 11 minute 21 1-0 Bceouds Ono-MUo nondicap, Professional F. A. MoFarland, cratch, wan; F. bims, 15 janls. second, George Banker, aa yards, third; H 13 Htovens, HO j arils, fourth Time, 2 minutes 35 seconds One-Milo Club Handicap Joseph Stokley, ecratch, won, C. II. Weaver, 0 jardn, second; K, Price, 80 yards, third. Time, 2 minute 20 1-5 second. Bltfaio. July 0. A misunderstanding re- Sardiug tho point nt which tho puco wns to bo ropped cost Eddio B-dd tho two-iullo national championship rnco run nt tho Buffalo Athletio Field to-day. There wero four iiacemakers put In. and Bald nnd tho othors thought that tlieso men were to drop tho pace at tho milo nndu half. Instead tlm men paced to tho last quar ter. Bald thought ho lind half a mile to go when tho last quarter wns reached, nnd he was twelve lengths behind Cooper when tlio paco fell out. Seeing his mlstnko Bald mado n gal lant light to eatch his old-timo rival. His finish wns ono of tho best over seen hero, but ho lost the raco toCoopor by four Inches. Summary: Two Milo National Cbamplonshl Cooiwr first, llald annd. Tailor third, Gardner fourth, Kimble tilth Time, 4 minutes 1.1 seconds. ll.ilf.Mllo Profi ssionsl Handicap Barney Oldfleld, 40 yaid, won, Olen illey, 50 yards, second. Eddie Bald, scratch, third, Joap Edeu, scratch, fuui th, llmo, 1 minute, Fali, Biveb, Mass, July 0. In n flve-mllo pursuit raco nt tho Fnllltlver track this after noon Eddio MeDuffio nnd Clint Coulters woro beuton by Plugger Bill Mnrtln nnd Becker. Coulters could not hold McDuffln nnd dropped out In tho fifth lap. It-nine McDuflln to ride nlone. Ho hnd a 110 gear and wnsinnhcavy wind, nnd in tho eighth I ip wit up. llurlinand Beckor completod tho dlstunco in 11 minutes 40 seconds. Amoricon rldors. pacing toams, and tracks aro held in high esteem by tho raco followers throughout the world Tho recent performance of Eddlo MoDiifito of Boston in riding n milo. Dnentl with n rlvltii? bt.trt Iti ttin w ..rlfl-v-nnr,,..! time of 1 ininuto 34 2-5 seconds, demonstrates that the American riders will figure conspicu ously in the world's record tnlilcs this venr. Thoono-mllo record is considered tho most noteworthy event of tlm season, keen compe tition existing between tho American and Eng lish sprinters to create new figures foi this dis tance. Lnst Muv J Plntt-Betts reduced tho lvcoul of 1 mlnuto:i5 2-5 seconds hi Id jointly by J. W. Stocks of England nnd E. A Melluflle, iiudslneo Betts's successful assault MoDulllo hasnsptredto bring tho record once more to theso shores. His attempt on June III) wns not officially sanctioned!))' the L A.W.but it was timed bycomiietent whoolmon, Tho following tablo shows tho progress mado In tho one-mile, record from 1MK) up to date In this country and in England: rime, m . Ituttr. Datt. 2.2lin6 W, Clone 180O. 2'U F. J. Oiuoud . ism, 2.15 W W. VVInillo ... Oct 7, 1R1II, i. 14 flennin F.Trjlor, , July 4, ihu.'. 3.11 . .. Oiorgel" I.Dior . Aug a, 1M)., tJ0H4.& A. A Zimmerman, . Kept i, IHUJ. T2 08 1-n Oenrmil' luylur ... Kept u, 1MU, t20t!4n A. A Zimmerman., . HiiU i, Hlii .',08 4 5 ... II. 15 Tvlel hept.lh,lHH3. 13,04.15 ... J.H. JolillKim K()it, 21, IKIU, 11,511 4-5 J.S Johnson K()t 23, 1HU2. t2 02 8 5 W. W.WIndle .. .. Hit 7, 1HH.. 2 05 n B W. W. Vilndle ,. .Oct. H. mil.' t2,liS45 A. A .Iminerman.. Hint 10,1x11,1. ti:ssi-6 v. w. wiiiiiio int. d. mm H.M45 VV.VV. Windlu . Oct. Ill, 1HII3, ! 1.5535 J. B, Johnson .. Nov.H.lKit. 1.58 1-5 ,, ,,J H Johnson Nov n, ihii.i. I 1:51 M F. Diriibirgcr ll. 1. 1' IM'.H tl.544 5 ... . J. P. Illlss . Jul) 14 l)ii4. tl614-r.. II C.Tler . .. Aug. 4.1HU4 l.57ii5 11.0. Tyler ug 4, IHI14. 1152 3 5 J. P. Illlss Hejit II. 18114 tl.r.oa 5 ,,, j. h, Johnson .. ., Sept. 3d, ihii. tl.r.o into ZleKlir . O. t lil.lHiil. tl.4R3fi II. C.Tjkr . Oct 37, 1MII4 tl.4785 ... J H Jolinsui Nov 'l. 181)4. tl.45 M. F Illnibergcr June, ihii.i tl 14 1-6 .. .. J. S Johnson .. O. t ,!I,1HI5 tl-42 2 5 .. A Osidliier .. Nov. II, 1MII5, tl'40 2.-. . .. P.J llirlo ....11.0,18115. 1 1111.5 .. W. v. Hiuilltnii March 2, litnn. llMW .. 1'. A Mi Duffle .Mg 14,lii7, 140 J.I'lalMiitu . .M.iyl5.lsi7 1117 8 5 . J. Platu-lktt ug. in, M117. 1 1. .112-11 .... J W htuiliB . . Kept H, 181)7. 1 1 .'112-3 .. U A Mi Duffle . Oit 28, 181)7. tl.il J l'lattllitta Maj 11, Imhh 1:34 2 5 l: A. McDuttte .June 80, 18HS. Standing start. IFIj lug statt. Paced by a run ning horse. INFORMATION roit WIIEELMKV. Ij. A. C Vroin Now nrk to O) stcr Iiai , cross tlio ferry at East ninety-ninth atrtet to Ctilliste INiint, ride to Flushing, and inutliiuo tliruuub llainliie. Manhasset, Iloslju, Oiveitvalc, llrouVdalu, Lt Morwli b, to O) su r Hay. Constant Header From JTow Vork to Mamarnnrclt, ride to Mount Morris park at 124th streit and Fifth avonuet follow I Ifth avtnuo to 138lh street, to Madi son arenue, to Harlem IUver brldite, cross bridge and follow 188th street to Willis avenue, to West chester avenue, to Unliinport, Westchester, continue to llaycbester, liartow, l'clhjin Manor, Sew Itochclle. Larchniont, to Mauiarnncrli ToTIIEKorroniiirTnrhi'n ,ir- Can any of your readeragtvo details of a bleyclo trip thmugh Nova Bcotla, tuning at iltbcr Ilallfai or Yarmouth t I have plenty of painpult ta from the sttannlilp com panies, hut can get nothing bearing on the country from a vrheeliitun's tandmlnt Unplug that The Bun ran help me, I remain, your respcctfull) , Demit, Conn , July 7, 18US, L. K. J, MOTES. The .Centre Moriches A. A. will hold it eoond annual bicycl raco meet on July to. Th ersnu toUinri On-mll norice, ona-mU icratcb, tno-pitnl a- -- 1 "wn " purtumaa'u (Sooflp. Slvnttrtm't CSooflj, I a1 s n ss''. s. avBiiiaiii -JJ ri"-!!-! r i.i f,ij"u -J iuruu-ir .ri-i.i in - aB I Steadily GaiBiing Favor 1 g feChainless Bicycles , 1 jg EVERY DAY 1 fL tho army of Columbia Oholnleas rldara U lnoreaalng. Q H EVERY DAY 1 S we havo frosh cvldencsof lta luperlorlty oral ohaln L H g machines under au condition. (. H OUR CHAIN WHEELS. g 1 Columblas, Hartfords and other Modeh it Low Prices. ) I W Catalogue Free. ? I POPE MANUFACTURING CO., Hartford, Conn. I &) NI&W YORK BRANCH, 12 Warren St. S 1 444444t44444444 DON'T I I BUY A BICYCLE f 1 UNTIL YOU GET OUR TERMS. X WE BEAT THEM ALL. 1 NEW DEPARTURE. ! $1 Down I ? AND $1 PER WEEK. T Pierces, Crawfords, Victors, f Wolff-Americans. 'OS BIODELS GUARANTEED. I The Ennitalile General Proyiding Co. 2 ("E. O. P. CO.") & 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. ROOMS 00 AND 07, X (Third Floor, Colambl Building) V on 1 1 123 B'way, cor. 25th 8t.,S jf SEW YORK. j OPEN EVENINGS X (EXCEPT SATUltDAY) X 2 UNTIL 0:30. Z I BROOKLYN BRANCH) 164 MONTAGUE 8T Ja Cor. Clinton, Just bonght BOO I RPH C cles (standard raak), orle lnal name platt s. There r the Quest Talue anA beat quality everoffered under S7JS, LADIES' and OEKTS. ALW AT 810, 18BS models, equal to tho Ilarsalns (?) adisrtlsea In Department Stores at H'iO to MSA. JUVKMI.ES. SIS to HIS; 830 kind. TANDHMS, & to 4H. Tires from S2 per pair, A.c., o. t. c. jAMonr a co., 831 Broadway. 6 West 14th si. J.'V BICYCLE TIRES. BA11T1 URD TIH1CS, sliehtly damaged, pair. .. .B4.00 UAltTtOltD TIKES, first qufllltr, pair. SO.no VIM TIRE3. 1HHS. pair S4.RO NF.WTON TIIUM, 18118, pair B.1.00 TKENTONTIHKS. 1K11K, pair S.00 ChrlstrsaddlFS. SI. HI); llrown, S1.70i others, 40o. up; '88 RrarchllKhtii, K3.&5 20th Century, 91.05) Banner. Sl.--1. WILLIS YK CYCLE CO., "ggl mile scratch. Are mile handicap, onemlle handicap and one-mile race for Juniors Ei Secretary of the Na y William 0. Whitney 1 bulldluc a pulilic cycle path tivo miles Ions at hi BtimmtT borne, Westlmrv, I,. I. Middle distance paced rucos hare Just been ar ransed between McDumo an Htarbnrk and Church and Linton, Mcliufllo will meet RUrbuck at thlrty tno miles on July 20 at Philadelphia, and I.inton will rsee Church In the iuVrr City either tho first Saturday In Auuust or thn tlrt ono In hopterabcr. One nf tho niaLers of Lhalnless wIiclIs Is now offer lnct a "spwlal" without extra charge that welchs only tweul .tlueo pounds Tho hew Jersey dhlamn of the 1. A. W. haa de cided upon a plan whlih the ofllcers think will result In strem-tlicnine the nn-anlzatlon. It 1 intended to establish L. A. W. clubs in etery city or township in tbe btate as rapidly os possible. Nearly 100 now members for the Cycle Board of Trade were obtaiind by Secretary W ardrop durlne hla recent trip throuch tho West. JtlFLE RUOOTISa. Scores Yestrrdny nt the Sharpshooters' Fes tlml nt (ilcndnlf Pnrk. Manr n lhcly sonRlllho heard to-day nt tho Bharpshootore' festival at Glendalo Pnrk, nnd to-morrow will bo tho last dnyof tho ociit. At 2 o'clock In tho nftornoon tho llrlnc of a can non will bo tho Blitnal for tho markors nnd Fcorors to fall In and nb.uidon tlm tari;ota. Then $.'W.O(K) worth of prlzcn in cash nnd pinto will bo distributed nmoiiB tho successful con testants. Tho repn-AontntUos of tho uuioim Bociutlcs and clubs comprlsInK tho Bhnrpshool-ot-fl' ITnlnu iPNtpril.ix ihililiil to huM tlio no-vt triennial ft stivnl at finn rranolKeo. Cincinnati, HoMon, Hol)olen nnil New lork each nniitiil It, but tlm coiitebt flnnlly nnrrowed donn to between Holmken nnd Sm I'miRWco. Tho CuIlfornlaiiH pnisent nnd their New York frleniN tin ned tho hcnlu In f . or of '1 rl.-,co by n, (itenf'J7tolI. VcHtnrdny wns Turner dnynt tlio park, nnd hundreds of stroni; ounif men from illlTerent orcnul? itioiiH uxhlbited their strength nn thu horse, doiihln bar und trnpeze. The best tooni nt tho honor tarnet was mndoby.I 1. holly of lBtoii. who Kenriil 7'J, IiimIIiik 1-. 1) l'ajne's 70 mndo on Thurbd.iy. The SLorea of tho duy wero: SlUer Medals Charles I'runclsco, Hobert Spiter, Jack Diibk Klward llilddl, Hum Mijii, JiiIIi.h Itorwr, V111uiii Kt-aehll, Iwls Iluss Oicar IliuLliol, l'jul Atidnst I'hllip llotj., Jfiwepb llunnill, Klwarit llunis, otiot'hrlattu, 1 ll niilscher. ! (1 i ttlcr, II Lonxe, LouIh Maurer, S Si holiehl, H IllUin Mpiicn feld. William H. luuldt. ruKim V Vwhiron, 1. J. Itlelit. r. II M bpilner, O (I l)u trie h, J mils O Ittel, II M l'opi', II Walur, arl 1" bihmidir, Charhs Kiimrt. 1. t! (hublnril, I. ml Vnu'fl, Martin Oiuskman. Auclnos 1'ilers I.. 1 llansui, (linrun Hi hlli lit, William Ink., Wlllmni l'. Urol. Cliutlt K llomlntr. (iiisNnnak, C itilhot, Mai 11 Kiu-tl. Knil Hliiinn, Fred Mnniuaml F ( Aliihlet, Millou lledill. nditua Kihrll, W diirris, Iir. ll. I, Al-r, ltolMrt I'lillllps, riithrlik c lb , II. M. Rpenei r, Kdaaril Mi urer, (liin.nF liuiltt, Jr Jaiuis Dustlilii, Joseph Ijin li, Htiilfilpb (into, M. lurrbr, PiiKeuo W Inkier. Julius (lot tr. A Ilaehl, l)ald JIllli r, Charlt II IInlsloi), und I Tunicas Ilonir iuri!et-l Wiirms. r,2: W fiell, Ms K. RiilT, r.4. Hr i'..i-' Uinlilinl 4". AiiKHst ItiiiKler, ill; I M hiH.rinu, rn, Chailin tl eltlir, 4l; Itnbrrt J. I'lillllps, , J Tn mi iih. ,h K biutlelil, r,ii, , Unlit ruiaii, 47, J Iiiit,r,i, II Willi r, II, 1. Hubs, HI. W Iliinenbauni, iih. II Miihclsoii, 4H, (' Wiln liuhir, "l, V r.olb. r.',, o Wibir.r.li K. Karl, if -I, ltolnrtr I'lillllps i.s, 1' (1 Fminftldtr. ill, I liar llil.n.', l'hilliiMulh.HI, SIliharlDorrlir, nr. Julius iUutr, 70. It T Csrlilou, .is, O Inuf r.r.i j, K. Kell), 7.', l)r II. I.. OUr, HO, J. K. lalbot, ,18, Clinrh s Si niiin er, 42 Hold Mnlaln- 1 A (Inimbin: Oioree Klhmhofer, Flwln Jli unr, tnurenli Juimr, jiii Karl, J h. Id lly. I rank Koll A () Iluttirl), 1'. Abrahams, J arph ju1i, liihk Miniuiml, F C. Alnslte, Milton 11 ,li II. II Itndloii, J N. Mutix, Andirw hilirli, V V Koss.Hr I) . Ahur Sller(iiii-c rt Illeuiih, Louis P. Ittel, If M. riiim. t l.arli s I'lim t, Iuis Vuji 1, Uibhardt Krauas, uudltobtitl'Ulllips. I. nun Tennis. Tho finals in the Mlddlo Htati s championship tour inniLiit nil thu courta of tho Orause Laa n Tenuis Club at .Mountain Malum, N. J., took tlm sets before M II Wliitiuan of Han in! italnidn Witnry ntirH. C JlilTill ir Nlh lurk 'the let tiuuiaof llio wutk v as sun in the match, and Millinaii' superior phi -shsl i oiiditluu at couutid aoiuea hat for his t asy win In tho tlfth si t Whitman wins thu ihaiiiplonshli) fiiiiiiWA Iunied bj drfaiilt Tlieatnrra folloa Mi n's Siiuh a- 1 liud roiin 1-11. 1). W liltiuan. liar vanU.C. boit h, C Mlllett, New Vork, 0-2. tl-a I il, K III il-2 it. Chainpiimshlii Hound M. I) Whitman, Harvard T C, ht.it n A Lamed, H.iinmll, bj default. Oonsolatlon Hlni:b ei ond ntun.l-ll H Carle ton, llirurd T O. la at It I) Little. 1'rluirUinT C. (12 fi-t.W r Cloihii r, IUm tford Hibool, biattl! (I Senaid, Oranuv 1 C , 7 .", 2 il, il li ilolcombo Ward, llunard T I' , Uat Viltnii lluwloH,l)Riiiini 'I C , tl a. 11-2 II i: Virj Detroit A. O, Uat J. J'earci , Orance T C il 3, 7 r. . Huul rinal ltuiiiid II II Cirleton, Harvard T C. beat W 1 Clothier, llaterford Hehool, 6 7, n. II 'J i Jlohoiubo Ward. Uanard T 0 beat II. E. Airy, Uetniit A ()., il-o. u-2, ..Klual IUiuurt-11. II CarlcUm. Harvard T. 0 beat Iiolconibe Ward. Hanard T C , it 4, il 4. 8everal matches were played yesterday tn th elnb hamitoniiip tounamest of th Laoox Ttaoia Onb Us " i BARQAflgyS I ta shop-wora and slightly used Btorolaa. I 18V8 pattern CRAWFORDS 1 ""iaverley, Lyndhnnt. &o. H 1 898 Crawford llscers, $85. m Other 18U8 Crawford, fas, H Durant McLean & Co.. 1 369 Broadway. New York; 1218 Bedford ay.. BrooaJm. H are the BIST BI0TCTJ3I ANY ONE EVER MADE. The Price, $0 I "The high-grade price tljnt't fair." H 1898 Ideals. 3-Oa I OTOEna CHEAPEIt. I Cormully & Jeffory Wife. Co., 1 esn-043 EIOHTU AV ner6fltst 1 IrlrjftoD Cycle Co., acent. Iteilngton av. k glstst, H BICYCLES and TANDEMS AT AUCTION. 1 TUESDAY, JULY 12, AT 12:30 O'CLOCK, 1 nv oitnr.u of m Measr. J. T. BICEKELI, U O. D. CltAItE, Asslmsaa. H 250 Ladles' &. Gents' Spelrs 1 898 Bioyolss. ffl Also 10 Double Diamond Tandems. H JJao 75 Ijidles' and Gents' llioycles. assorted makta, VI Also Lamps, Bells, Saddle, Hand Ban, to. it Wheel are now on exhibition. jM REMOVAL SALE BICYCLES. .We i must move to 10 Barclay t before Aug. 1. bulldlne to be torn down. Will soil regardless of II cost Don't mlsa It. II 000 LAKhWOOD. men', allcolors S1S.0O B, 1,400 HEHALD Bicycles 01S.OO Pi l.COONIAUAKMIIcycloa B17.RO Bi 1,000 HEIIALD Racer Oltf.OO H 8,000 others Nearly every known make. H At Unheard ot Price. M Hernia Cycle Co.,"0-1"'" THE NEW SPEEDWAY necessitates the use of pneumatic wagons "ThsCen- H tury " two passenger weighs nearly 100 pound lss H than ordinary pneumatio watrons and follows a hors B Ilk a sulky. I'll EM LEU MICK CO.. Hartford, Conn. B flIBES, I1.4S each; now goods, no seconds: war- H X ranted perfect. J. W. BUCKLEY, isa South st. I &ht Surt. n.BRI8HfON RAGES Dally at 2:30 P. M. Take any Coney Island rout. Rain or Bhlne. Concert by Lander. on the organization' courts at 124th street and Man hattan avenue. Dr. II. II. Ueynood haa won both his matches and Is in the lead with two wins and no i defeat. Ibe stores follow: I Men's Ruund-Itobbln Singles Maurice Clark beat C. P. IUee, 84, it ,1: 1)r II, II. Heywood beat Frank ' Walsb. (1-3, 3 l, (I 1; Dr. H. H. lleywood beat Wll- I bur Holt, (I 2. it I. Haudiiap filnrlcs Second round Lorraine Wj cth. owe .10, but Wilbur Holt, frratch, 72 ill. The i oiind annual toiiniariu.nt of the Sodgwlok H Farm Ijiwn leuulb lab will bo held on the court D of the club nt Kyrseuse, X Y , under the direction of Hi the UnltiilHtatea National Lawn Tennis Association. HI durinir tlm nrik of Julj IH. l'rlyts will be offered II for tlio following cents Cliamplousliii) of er I York btate Otntlcimu's slinzhs Firat prlrc, dial- I lenge, valuidll. u, scioud prize, siler cui, alued I 2o, euliancu fie, $2. Gentlemen's ilonblea n tlrst lirlzeR, aiher cups, valued at fir, im h II hi i nnd prizes, silver cups, aliiLd at SJO esclii II entrant o fee SI. Gentlemen' handicap sin II Itlis Urst prlzi, silvir cup, t lined at fiot H Mtoiid prize, sili rcup alm d at $lo, i ntrani o f ee, i I St. Luillcs' bIiikUh i)rolillin nix i ntnea nro re- 1 cthedl first prize, sihirinp almdat$20 aeinud Jj prize, siller iup, aluul at lo. i ntrauce foe. SI. 1 CoiiHol'itloii pnis Opin to nil lmatin In nrst K matt In sin ladiih' and Kintlemen a HtugKs. Mablus n will be bitt twiioiit of tlirn htti, linaU time out of U 1 lle. all autHi:H siti, plajn-s not risidenta of New BJ . York stale will be alloivi d to iilij . all visltliu pliy m era will be the kiu stu of tlio Lluli J n Inu the tourna- I meiit,intriescloe y iturdij, Jnly 1(1, i'ee wnst ao- H ' conitiain tvir, eiito, and should bo st nt to .hums A. Itimlull, Stintan, Tin und 7ir Si .lywli k, An- . ilriws k hi nneilj bnildlin:. rtirirtisi. ;, Y. 1 I The ninth aiiunal tniiinnini nt of the Tanadian Jmwh linuis AHfoiiatiou ftirttiecuiiaillniiclianipion- I ships will lmluld at tliiicomts of the Quein'a Itoyal I I Hotel, Muuara on the Lake, btgiunlijL,' on July 12. I) , Tlie en ills follow H i All eoniirs, sin rles, tlrst and second prizes, winner D toplii Ijtnnard I. Warn for theChnllengo llowl, i-ep- I resintltiitthi Carmllan i hanipiouslilii, tutry fuo, J. H Handicap slnirlis, llrst and sueiiud prizes, entry BJ , '"'-' H j Men h drill ! for tlio Canadian championship. winners entlth d to prizi a, cnto ft i , 54 per learn. B ANoiiitiiH sinuliH, all coinirs. nrst and seeond K ' prlzis, wluiiirtu play Miss Julletto AILluson forth M Clialb niru llowl. ri pri sentiuK tho Canadian eliam H plonship entrj lie, 5J n The ruliH of tho t'anaillaii Ijiwii Tennis Aasocla- BJ tiou, whii b uro similar to tlinne of thu United btates H utional Iwn finniH AHsoeiatinn, will irnemth m toiln.aineut Mali In s wilt bo two nut of throe sets, M iiteptlu lnial which 111 lHttlireiio.it of live t Is. II hutrli s i liinn at it o'clock on Monday ceninix, July HJ I 11, with rxottdriOlii, llonnniry Srcritar), guten's n , lloinl Until, MsuuruHiu Hie-Lake, Ontario BJ I IIiwton, July li At tlie urouuds of tho Iuawood H Crieket Lluli on Monda), Jul) 2o, will begin Ihs H annual touruaiueiit for tlio ihainpliiuslilii of in B IJiKt for double und the iluhth uunuallui fvond H touniamint for sluitlis, iip'-u to allioni'Ts In th H latti r toiuiiaiui nt a m r Loiuaood Clialleiu'e iup I RI , ntltredby tbntlub. t A Iirni'd, who won tlm nip lat year, will Im lallid iiimhi to play the winner of d I tho tournament, whleh ho w,llnotdo IheeupiviU , iMiomothepropirt) of aiiyouu winning It for thru liars. Whlst Oosslp. At tho Womoii'n Whlfit Club tho top Reore was mndo hy MIhs Cnuiiiliull unci Mrs Jolitihou, plus i 10. N nnil 8, Jlrs Tuckot nnd Mr. OoiMnrd cottlnc 0 pIuh, K nnil W As pn illctud In Tub Bur. last uoi'lc, M1kh Canipboll uml Mm. John hon won tlio jirii-H oiTi-rt'il hy tlm oflluinl oriran for the lii'hthcoro innilo by nny noniiMi In th United htute'H, nn ntrrasoof Hl. In (lo nurnos. I Other prbo uIiiiktk In Xow 101W nnil Brook- i hnwiTPi JIrn J!. T lliiknr. inornBn 7).: Mrs. i mln nnil Mi-h McCuniii II, uvurnKu 7,', iira, J. C llretlvi'tiriiliti', uti'rnKOit's At tho I'.isMilii Wi'ni riuli, Thomeon nnd . 1'iikkI, ulio nri' to pl.iy hn thu lllriniiiiolls trophy nt HoMtiiti. nro Mill in Hint plnuo rtltli 14 I trh'I.H PlllH iDlllltl' (J A lli'iiiniiii-r-. Ilfi'iirilliic Hocretnn. utitl I 0 11 Fish. Dliittor of tho A Y It. left for I HoHtnn on 'rliln nlitht tmitti'iid tlio executive iiu'utlnif iKti'rda 'IhnNnw ork tt'nm, J 11, l'.lwi'll.A i: 'lnjliir. II il Niuinaii, uml J 11 JiiIiit, li'ft lrn.1 nluht uml will Play for tlm aux iliary tmpliy to-iiinriiiw riillor, (HlhiKily, Cnunoi, AilnniH, 1'uttnii, Bkliuior, ltluh, nnd ilii-on 111 er ti-!ili,'lit Iiom tlm Knlckorliockur. 'l'tio Now Jerxo) tf.iin will nlwi w to-nluhtt OtiH, Ayiiinr. Uiuh'n, t ,irtiiroii, llowoll, To-aiih-nil, Mi-ruti'liHii. llogora, TlioniHOii, Foifol, Jlruck, JluiiUii. i'obtiT, J)m'(, Itoiii, and 1ine. All Hixti'in niDU will llu for (ha uuxlliurr trophy to-morror Hlllliirils. Eticonn Carter, tlm American lillllnrdlst, who ivnn lone tho chainiilon at tho illlllenlt tame of thrno.eiiHliion enroum, Ih In town on it fljlnir ht from r.irii Ho o.imn liniu liiooc for tha iuros.) of liriuclni.' hack IiIh motlior to 1'urifl, wlmro Iumiow has n hllllanl riifii Carter R.i)i thnt hillluiilri in I'.iiIk uro all ihtlit Hn hit lipn luoklnuntortlio (Irenier New Vnrk w ill 1 rank C Ilia, who Ih iiImi in ihuii IWth of tlit'in worn In Spilu togi'thiir. Inn tliatlerrll y is nt iirift'iil hhut out in Alum i, in i'iiiu'Iiiiiii- ,1 iiIdiih. Cuiu r etimelH to ii'turu tn 1'ins in a M Sow weeks With thu exception of n brlel init to Atncric.i four yt'nr ut:o. Carter hus tipent all w of a docadu abroad. Ho Is Ktlll tho uaino objf per ud oonUdent ohap sa ol old.