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I u ' TME SON, TIJURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1898. 5
be scores rrxxa mances bookeb
Only One FktotUs Pull Through-Nigger
Ilaby nnil Hniidpron Win nt 1Mb Oildi
ClilliDtr Palls In ibe Hurdle anil I.mly
Dainty Takes tha Pnto Horses Sold.
8na,T00a. Aug 10 Tho closing down of tha
races at DrisMon Boooh yesterday, whloh
leares tha Saratoga Association with a clour
Odd (or tho rest ot the week, was tho means
ol bringing on n large; delegation from Mow
York, although tho crowd, that cams was not
us to expectations. Tho programme (or this
afternoon was a yory poor one. and this may
C? hive hid something to do with It, although tho
racing wis first-class. It was tho Bamo old
itory with tho favorites, as Poetess, wlio was a
prohlbltlro cholco at 1 to 2, was the onlr ono
that won Tod Sloan was again In ovldonco to-
j dar. as ho won with both of his mounts. Tho
, urcnUg mce was for maiden threo-yenr-olds
i and upward, and It looked easy for Laudoman,
' so that ho was made tho faro r I to at 0 to 10, and
' carried largo sums. He failed to sot any Por-
' Hon of tho money, as Sims, not thinking It a
start, pulled up when the flag (ell, and this eot-
tied his elnnco9 Tho wlnnor waa the 8 to 1
" chance. XlRgcr Daby. who took tho load from
Trrlnn at the end ot tho first quartor and waa
never hcadod. winning In a gallop by six
lengths from Undo Louis.
Illleo was the farorlto over tho fourtwo-year-olds
in the socond rnoo and ho was also boaten.
Barrett got him off In front, but In tho run to
tho far turn. In which ho opened up n gap ot
tight lengtht, made too much uso ot him, so
"' j that when ho cams to tho stretch be began to
tire, and cams bask to hit Ocld. Sloan thon
cams through with Frances Booker and won
easily b a length und a half from Great Keck,
who got up on tho post In time to win place
C- money by a head. Poetess was a 1 to 2 cholco
In the third raco. and. although sho won. It was
cot In tho stylo that a hot favorite should havo
done After Organ l'llot had led to tho stretch,
urlmartook the lead and Sloan had to ride
Poetess to catch him, but at tho end she won
olf verly by a length.
The third favorite to be btaten was Nearest
In tt.e fourth rnoo. lior ohanoos were ruined
on the first turn by being shut out and sho
could never make up tho loot ground. The t)
to 1 chance. Handpress. made nearly all tho
running and won In a drive by a length and
a half from Mlllstream. with the favorite in
Chailengsr was tho oholce for the hurdle raoo,
which came last on the card, but the second
iiholce. Lady Dainty, backed from 2 to 1 to 7 to
i, won by eight lengths trpm Gov. Budd. Chal
e rigor fell at tho last hurdle, but was ro-
mounted and finished third,
-r- The stewards flnod Jockey Kelly $25 for foul
e'ding on Cbrysaor In tho first raco yesterday.
T. Griffin to-day sold three of his two-year-da.
Flavlus was purchased by Alexander
Covington, whit General Shatter and llanan
were Bought by Loula V.Bell Tha terms were
private Jim Wakely is said to have been a
food winner over the vlotory ot Nigger Baby,
avlcg $100 on him to win. Summary:
Pens tAOO, for maiden time jttt-oUi and ur
ward, welghta art poundi below scale; non-wlnnlng
allowance!, all ana k halt furlongs
C. It. Tslbott'i bU c. Nigger Baby, 0, by Loyallat-
fomnile Belli 10 (IUmtt) . 1
0. FWactimann's Son's ch. g Unci Louis. 8, 10S
(C.Bloan) 3
Oonghacre i Btabls'i br. c TyrUn, 8, 10B (Lamle).. 8
Larequoli, Flareavray, Laudaman, nd Island
Prince alio ran
Time, 1-21.
, Bitting Eight to 1 against Nigger Baby, B to 1
. - y Uncle Louis, 40 to 1 Tyrun. 80 to I Larequols, SO to
1 fUrtaway, u to 10 Laudunan, K to 1 Island Prince.
Puree S300. for tiro year-olds, penalties and allow
ances, ili furlongs,
, J. I Smith a ch. f Frances Booker, by FortUstmo
"V Hellle Booker, 09 IT. Sloan) 1
OneckStable'ich.e Ureal Heck, 100 (CUTraon).... 3
W. a. Barrett b. c, Ullee, 100 (Barrett) 8
Plccola alio ran.
Time. 1:15W.
Betting Seven to 3 against Frances Booker, 4 to 1
Great Seek. 4 to C Illloe, a to 1 Ploeola,
Puree 1400, for three year-olds and upward: allow
ance!, one mile ami a furlong!
W I.atmbeer'sch f l'oetesi. 4, by The Bard Ella
Lakeland, 111 (T Sloan) . ... 1
J. T. Btewart'i ch. o Orlmar. 4, 109 (Barrett) a
V. Cortngton'i blk. g Organ Pilot, 4, 10') (Grey) ... 3
Scotch TUid alio ran.
Tims, 1 61H
Betting Two to 1 ou Poetess. 7 to I sealnst Orlmar,
100 to 1 Oryau I'ilot, C to 1 Scotch Plaid.
rouitTn itacE
rune 1800, for thrre-year-oldi and upward: weights
tti imiils below thn male, winning penalties! one
mile and a slitesnth:
P J Dwyer"a b. c. Handprees, 8, by Hanover
s Pomona, 10(1 (Barrett) 1
? i 6-redendo a br. a SlllUtreem, S. ion (Crowh at), a
I D.Apnleby'ib f Neareit. 3, nr, iClawaon) 8
ndge V,ardell, Filament, and Valid also ran.
Time. 1 41H.
ncttlne Sli to 1 amine! nandpreee, 8 to 1 Mill
jtream, 4 to S Neareit 12 to 1 Judga W ardell, 15 to 1
filament, 30 to 1 Valid.
Puree 1300, handicap bnrdla race; one mils and a
salt over all filghta of burdlea:
I W Oolta ibt n Lady Dainty, , by Darabtn
Bartlenne. 188 (Wynne) . . 1
w OHver'a b g Oov Budd, 6, 152 (Sbeedy) . 2
Ulltown Stable a br h Challenger. 4,181 (Uogan). 8
Time, 2.47
iKi-ting Beren to Ji agalnit Idy Dainty, 7 to 1
Oov Budd. eren money Challenger.
, - , Tho entries for to-morrow's races aro as fol
J, loW!':
- Pint Race Por threi" year olds and upward, non-
winner; at thli meeting, weighu lx ponnda above
the ecale, with 1400 added: ilx furlongi
Premier . . . 121Hnsk!n 109
Ifcimltor . 121 Bardella Iu7
. Knlgbt of tho Oarter 121 Island Prince . . .. ion
i aiiraffi," ..;' M7 10d
' nvtanWarlongH0 5W0ld, W"h ,4 kii
S'V"1", 112 Tnrvey Drop 109
1 ColonelTenny 112 Prmncei Bouker 10l
, Eitrem lia Semper Leon 10D
Third IUce Three-year oMi and upward: non-
ni?lougii 5 '"' W'"1 40 ulei1' aelllng, aerea
?i1,fV.,,,of th0 rer .151 Eight Bella 110
mT-k11'.' " ' 115 Flai Spinner ion
if.nrih?."t" .. linlllardella .J07
1) itch Comedian 15 Uncle Ixmla 10l
Ku"kln 1 12 iCapt Smith 100
w!!dd,?3?flA!Sg.,I,' 'or " y"r'oW,,
MrhH.Vf,?rt 115 The Bouncer. 100
1 kaVin.( " V S.y"d Mean 7
I n.V.T,.,i ' 10 Ulenlale VI
Oalahad . . 103 IWleof Troy ...;...; 5o
& HSS.C":;;:::::::::.
Blraar ... ...IShUdr mtiiY."..'ut
jockey clvii macirzmB.
Burleique, Our Johnny and Trainers Tlnlad
on the Track.
A meeting of tho stewards of tho Jockey
uub was hold yestorday afternoon. James
" Keene. James Oalway. F. It. Hitchcock.
w, Andrew Millar and F K. Sturgla wero pres-
ent The decision of the stewards of tho
Brighton Beach Itaolng Association meet
ing, in the mutter of tho running of the colt
Bur esfjue. was confirmed, and the entries of
. u u mterson and Burlesque were ordered to
be refused on all courses racing undertho juris
diction of the Jockoy Club. Tho trainer's license
aVii iP n pcron was revoked, as was
aim tho license of Jockey J.Coley Thompson
Ou? jSfi ."nv""1""? Cherlton andthoTorso
' llcnsi f ilnSSff "nlPrcd .refused, and tho
4. (in ?he rl'if ionnJ"- 'ralner. was rovoked
"" "LVwlat 7 Vi;ff,iiwa.r'J tf th0 Haratoga
wiisre!.ked iIcCa(Iofty's licenso ns jockey
rori'eyTsUml'fe?'1 ,nPRol"'l steward for tho
H VoihuLi?. 7i r"b,ttutumn meetlng.and
Jcler?'hiV, JffirraBrpolnJf' o represent tho
Er l'1.11' Queens County Jockey Club
mTto'c?aVFeg,FllHalne' "Cen8B Wtt
-JP neinlts nt St. Louis.
A id I Time in '"lu"-. 'I (Kelly), lft'to 1,
) kcV'lOO ,,l0C,0i,,e t,"? Mt tn'" -J"" '"
(kane) 10 to iV,'2a toJl ,VJn' u Josephine. 05
to l i2i,!i ?.''? Mok Carter ( MoDonaid). 7
TlmV.iYJ ,01lri1'"' x" UJ"Nato6,thlrd.
Bramtl!; 8(K.uVn1,,In,"9, ,nd i'teenth.-Belle
' leTKItf toTtm.'inoV " ,0a -). 12
!9,iUDtna) ?iJV5d " "llbth-Mada.lo.
iwHlt tol'aatnS v,'?D Jn" B'l'"n
ttorthtrk. Tlm. wii. Con'"on. " ailmore):
Itadng at Chicago.
' MSSSida Th.-?irUnJ':0,,1,t,,,Vtn-call
Hu tui... .t ffung. IUeta Is wuhout a re-
!5?0Pfl'w,,u, JK?0- "0 CW. B. Martin). 4 tol,
third, Time. 1-03)4.
Second lU-Blt furlosrs. DIbt. 100 (Holden),
6 to 1. worn Onr QerUe, f (W. Klley), lOto 1. aer
end: Locust Blonom, US OtcNIdle), 25 to 1, third.
Tiro. 1:14.
Third Bace On mil Tranby, 113 (Burns), 7 to
8, won: Chngnnt. 104 (Itoae). 10 to 1, second: Tonto.
102 (Smith), 10 to l, third. Time. 1 42K.
Fourth Race-On mil. Dunnls, ion (Thorpe), 0
to 6, woni Morte Fonse, no (Uiirni), 7 ton, acrondt
Aravwid. 102 (UcNlckle), 1ft to 1, third. Time,
Fifth' Bace Seven furlongi St Alfonsea D.. 10T
(T:erett). 11 to B, won) Her Favor, 102 (Barns), 10
to 1, sicondi Helter, 107 (Thorpe), 4 to 1, third.
Time, l 2.
Slith Bace Five furlong. Approval, lis (W.
Vtartlnl. fltoB. won: Jockey Joe, 108 (Foucon), 25 to
1, second; Barney Baal, 108 (11. llllami), IB to 1.
third. Tlmf.l.oi.
The Itaces at Windsor.
Dstkoit, Aug 10 TheieventhdayatWlndiorsiw
clear weather, a fast track, and Rood attendance It
was favortta' day, not a long shot winning a race.
First llace Three-quarteri of a mile Brnlare, SB
(Valentine), 3 to 1, won; Tanrorah, US (Vltlttoe), B to
1, second: Tokio, 108 (Maaon), 10 to 1, third. Time.
Beccind Ttace Flve-elghthi of a mile J. E. (nines,
107 (Freeman), t to 1, won; llocortl. 107 (A Mor
rison), even, second: Sir Caaslmtr, 103 (Shetland), 3
to 1, third. Time. 1 03H
Third ltace Three-quarters of a mile Alice Far
ley, 8R(alcntlne), 4 to a. won: llalton, 101 (J.Mat
theei), 40tol, second; what Neit, no (Freeman),
8 toe, third. Time, ltl4M.
Fourth Bace nTe-eighthi of a, mile. Triune, 10B
(Vltlttoe). 8 to B. won: nanllght. 103 (N. Turner). 7
to 10, second: Mule Kelly, 103 (J. Mattheei), 80 to
1, third Tlme.lr02M.
Fifth Bace Three-quarters of a mile Flying Den,
05 (Uiton),7 tol. won; Keller, 104 (Oleaion), 4 to
1, second: SIMl Chance, 103 (Vltlttoe), 7 to 1, third.
Time. 1:15.
Sliih Itace-8hort course; handicap steeplechase
noMberry, 138 (0. Brown). to B, won: Little Dram
bio, 18 (Bay), 0 to 1, second; Lady Maud. 132
(Worthington), 7tol, third. Time, 8-45.
Commodore Jnrrts 9Iay Hnndle the Cana
dian Helm In the Ilaces.
MormtEAU 'Aug. 10. Hcrrlck Dnggnn. tho
Bailor of tho Canadian defender for tho Bon
wanhaka International Cnp. who has been 111
for several days, waa reported to bo much bet
ter to-day, and tho Indications aro that ho will
bo In trim to sail tho Canadian boat on Satur
day, lie oanght a sevoro cold dnrtng tho trial
racos. and at ono time It waa feared that symp
toms threatened typhoid fever. In case
Duggan should not be able to sail the defender
tho committee has Invited Commodore Jarvls
ot Toronto to take the helm, and he has ac
cepted tho Invitation. He will arrive from
Toronto In tho morning.
Thore Is still a good deal of curiosity ns to
whether tho Dominion will be protested should
sho be solccted as tho defender. Mr. Duggan Is
indignant at tho Idea of a protest, as he de
clares tho boat Is perfectly eligible Duggan
blames the Canadian papers for starting the
controversy. Ho said to-day:
" The raising ot such a question ot protest is
most unpatriotic and In docldodly poortasto,
Those who hnvo started the discussion are not
directly concerned In tho matter, and I regret
exceedingly that the question was raised from
this side Had it como from tho United States
wo should have boon nblo to meet It. Tho
Dominion Is llnblo to rnco in tho contests for
tho Seawanhaka Cup. Hne Is n yacht nnd not a
catamaran, as those people say. She has a
water line and Is measured aa tho other boats
are measured."
Mr. Duggan strongly condemned tho contro
versy, andls not at all pleased over tho discus
sion which has arisen over tho boat. Mr. Dug
can's Idea in designing such a boat as tho Do
minion was to show what results might he
obtained undor the rules which govern the
contest and what stylo of craft may nice He M
perfectly sure that the Dominion Is within tho
rules Mr. Duggan snld finally that the ques
tion was one to be decided br tho sailing; com
mittees, and ho was oertaln that it would not
There is n marked difference In the general
appearances of tho four yachts from among
which the dofendor nnd tho challenger for tho
Seawanhaka Cup shall he chosen Ot tho four
Dominion. Speculator, Challenger.and Seawan
haka the Dominion has much greater length
over all than any of tho other three The Do
minion is about thirty-four feet oer nil, and.
owing to her peculiar shapo. appears to be even
longer. The two visitors aro about thirty-one
foet overall, and there Is not n great deal of dif
ference between their dimensions nt any point,
except perhaps tint the Seawanhaka has
slightly more freeboard. Tho draught at tho
water lino will probably he about the same,
The probabilities aro that the Dominion nnd
Challenger will be thn boaUt selected, though It
is not necessary that they should bo named un
til tho start of tho rnoe. Tho representatives
of the Seawanhaka Sailing Committee, aro ex
pected to arrive to-morrow, when final arrange
ments will be made for tho races.
Tachtimen Confer with IlerrrilioO Work
men Await the Word.
TiniBTOL, B. I., Aug. 10. Nat HorreshoiT. the
boat designer, went to Nowport yestorday,
where he met a number of well-known yachts
men. It is currently reported that tho meotlng
was prearranged and had to do with the ex
pected challenge for tho America's Cup Her
reshoff left Bristol on tho steam yacht Squib
yesterday afternoon.
Some half dozen yachtsmen bonrded the
Squib from one of tho 3U-footers in Newport
harbor, and remained In conference for some
time. The cntlro party subsequently went
nshoro nnd spent another hour together.
Among tho party was Hcrmnn II Duryea of
Glen Cove. C. Oliver Iselln wns not thore.
It Is the general belief at Bristol that the pre
liminaries tor tho building of a oun defender
are well underway, and it tho challenge ma
terializes no timo will be lost In beginning tho
construction ot n boat at Bristol Although a
number of tho ship carpenters formerly em
ployed at the Bristol shops aro Idle, they have
not left town, nnd It is understood they were
told that there would bo work for them soon.
This is construed by them to mean that tho
firm expects to rcceho an early ordor for a cup
Sir Thomas Llpton'i Representative to
Corao A la Mohtreal.
Sfttial Cable Dttpalrh to Tnr Suw.
LoroH, Aug. 10 The Hon. Charles Buoiell,
who represents Sir Thomas Llpton, the chal
lenger for the America's Cup, will sail from Liv
erpool for Montreal bu tho Allan line steamer
Clattos, N. Y Aug. 10 The einoeiits paddled to
ttalttead and back, ten rullea In all, yeiUrday, led
by tha Buffalo war canoe. This morning Commo
dore Dnnnell conducted an official awlm. There waa
an informal dance In the meas hall to-night. To-morrow
ermine there will bo an Illuminated panula ot
canona In front of the camp. . A. Knopf of Llndon,
N. J .visited the camp to day In hla yacht Aliltoula.
This afternoon the woman's padilllug event, a quar
ter mil atralghtaway, single Mades.waiwonby Mils
E. MontUambert and Mia hdlth Wattles, with Mrs
J. E. Plurunier and Mti K L. Baud! lecond. Lata
arrival! at the oamp to day wore;
It N. Cutter. Winchester. Mais . Frank M. Rogers.
Bochestor, 1 red U Matthews, 'Buffalo, 'William 11.
Plerson, Franklin; N. Oregory, Brooklyn: K. O. Oil
dersleeve and F. 11. D. Larkln. Kingston; K. B Ed
wards and II. B. ltogers, Petrrborn, (Jut , J. II I..
Patterson. Oeorge A. llowell, K. A. Bimia andChirlrs
E. Archbald, Toronto: l II Woods, Baltimore, Leo
(ol I Iteed llurrnwa. Hamilton, Bermuda, Louis F,
Marsa, New lork v. P Htephens. Bayonne, N. J;
I,. H WoodwoMli. Uoinerurur, X. Y.: Miss Elltu
Twining, Morrliton ii, N J, and a. C. Oiboruo, lar
moutli, Pnglaml.
Trap hhootlng.
Lona Bbaicu, Aug 10 Al Irini.the well known
amateur wing itiot, mado hti Initial appearance thla
siaaon at the Elkwood trips this afternoon, He took
part for tho Dili Clip, and, altera tic with Elwanl
(Jlbbi Murph),suecei-dtd In carrying gff the hand
ioiuo troiiuy, valued at 1100 I'lili Dalj.Jr, the
donor, killing fourteen birdsmitof tlftciu, wou tb
cup but ver modestly dullnid to a-reut It. lis
took tint money, BO per cent , amounting to I17.5U,
aud had Ivlni and Murphy, tliu two thirteen men,
hoot off for the troph) , it lui waa declared a winner
on the tenth round Hummarlfs:
Daly Cup-Flftwn Llrds, .111 arils rise. 50 ranis
boiindary.-Phll Dilr. Jr 14: Al lvins, 18. E.
Murphl, in. T Mnrfry.n, H A. Cullxirtaou. b.
Hhoot-off for Cup-I iris, u, Murphy. 8.
Ten Birds-Daly, n, t'ulbertaon, 8, Morfey. 7,
Uurphy. 0.
lite Dollars, Mlu and Out-Cultiertaon and White.
11, Morfey. , Daly, 4. Murphl, 1, It Ins '
Five Dollars. Mlsi and Out- LIUi and Uorfry. 8;
CulberUon, Daly and Mnri'h) , 2
Ten Blrdi- Daly and White, 10, Slurphy, 8
Kulinmen Illiqunllllrd,
Secretary James E aultlvan aunotiiiccd )fkter.liy
that thsroinpetltori In the awlmmlng ricci at Man
hattan BacU on Tucsdi) wtro illsiiualined Irxim
further cmupttition under A l' rule as the
meeting in iiiii-MInn was not sanctioned 1j the gov
erning nod) On the proiatuuu of the racea Snr
maud o Mmiiju apprami as a repn-srnutlveof the
Meork All'Utic Club and l N lloo aaamrmbf rof
the Klikkerb,! kerA f .iimkuig it upj csr that thise
club! Upheld the lueetlng tiv smling entries Mur
ray ilrnled yc itenU) that lie had entt red as a mi m
bur of the : A I Ho don not now b Intuitu
that orgsiilratlnn, and 1 tt It jo li nut a member of
tho Knickerbocker A C
A mietlhgof thslicnuiedrpaittncntof th I'rea
cent A C was held last night III the, orgaulratiou'a
lOtintry tlubhnuie at Bay Bidge lb meeting aa
for tb piirposo of formulating a programme of
jtameafor th approaching teasou. ft waa dtefded
tbat all tho rs jular mau bei will routtuu until Sep.
1,,ISi'r".autl.l5 'iw ,h d' ronalderabjc time
will by ileToted to dvcuplns thn young ulelit lu
tha club, rber aru miralguod vlajanj la th
Creaiculsraaka. "
Ttostona Win Two Store Oames from the
Cincinnati Iteds.
There Is a difference of only fifteen points
betwoon the Cincinnati and the Boston this
morning. Yesterday tho champions won two
more games from tho Reds and started East
As Swing's men hn o a trip to thle city, Boston
and Brooklyn before them, they will havo to
play phenomenal ball to hold first ploco. Bain
provoutcd the Now Yorks from playing at
Washington yestorday. and also stopped tho
Brooklyn-Chicago contests scheduled for Wash
ington Vark. Tho results:
Boston. 7 1 Cincinnati. 4 (first game).
Boston, a: Cincinnati, a (second game).
At Brooklyn and W aihlngton-Baln.
rvrl Yr
CluH. Wen. foil. Cent Clubt. VTen. Lett. CtM.
Cincinnati. r,o sr. .tioollnttsburg r,o 44 .632
Boston , m na .nas Phlladelphla.48 40 407
Cleveland . r.u SB .028 Brooklyn ..Oil 58 .801
Baltimore. 82 3x .878 Ixiulirllle ...39 (It .871
HlwYork M 42 .888 Washington 82 CO .848
Chicago 04 44 .581 BL Louis. ,.2U 70 ,28
Borrow, 7: cikoihmati, 4 murr oaub.
ClMCDOtiTI, Aug. 10. Th Cincinnati lost two
mora game to the Bottom to-diy through weak hit
ting aud poor fielding Th fielding of both Uami
waa below th champlnnablp standard. Tha first
game was lost through Hill's IncHecUvaneis, a bad
misjudge by Stelnfeldt and marked Inability to do
bnslnesa with Lewis's curve. Dwyer pitched good
ball In the aecond, and might have shut th visitors
nut but for the very bad error by Corcoran and Mc
Pbee. Nlchola brought in the tying and winning
runs in th eighth by a triple to contra with two ou
bins. In the third Inning of the leonnd Cant. Duffy
waa ousted from the gamo by Umpire OaffBiy for
persistant kicking, Hickman going to centre. Th
scorei :
ciNCurnm. I Bono.
a-lB.ro,A.a. n,lB.r.o.m.
Miller, rf..i 14 1 O Long, is 1 a 8 8 O
Hmltb, If .. 1 18 0 O Tenney.lb..! no l o
Corcoran, sal 2 0 8 0 Teaar.lf....l 18 0 1
Beckley. lb.O 2 10 o 1 Duffy, ct....l 1 S o 2
irwln, 8b. .10 18 0 Collins. 8b.. 0 8 2 8 0
IoPl.ee. Jb 0 2 2 1 0 Stafford. rt..l 12 0 1
Btlnfoldt,cfO 0 8 0 0 Bergen, o... O O a o a
PIU. o 0 14 1 0 Lowe. 2b... .1 10 8 0
Hill, p o 0 0 1 O Lewis, p 1 1110
Wood 0 100 0
Totaii 71137 18 0
Total 4 1037 10 ll
Batted for HU1 la the ninth Inning.
Cincinnati 3 0 0 10 0 0 1 0-4
Bolton 0 4 0 0 0 0 8 0 07
Two-base hits Beckley, Lewi. Long, Lowe, Cor
coran, Collins. Stolen base Peitx. Bacrlflce hit
Bergen. Double plays Millar and Pelts; Low. Long
and Tenney. Struck out By Ilill. 4: by Lewi. 1.
First base on balla-Off Hill. 8, Wild pltch-Ulll.
Left on bases Cinolnnatl, 6: Boston, 0. First baas
On errors Cincinnati. 2; Boston, 1. umpires Gaff
ney and Brown. Tim 2 hoars. Attsndanc S.ooo.
aosTow, ; cixcokati, 6 mooho oauc
Boston. onrormtATi.
B.laro.A.s. i.laro,i,i.
Lone, ii o 17 1 o Miller, rf....i a 1 o o
Tenney.lb 0 2 4 8 lBmlth.lt 3 18 0 0
Teaer,lf....O 0 8 0 Oi Corcoran, es 0 110 3
Duffy, cf ...O 0 0 0 Opecklay.lb. O 3 8 0 0
Collins, 3b .1 18 3 1 It In. 8b... .0 O B 3 O
SUfford, rf..l 3 0 1 0 MoPhee. 3b 1 0 111
Bergen, o.... 3 0 6 8 O fltelnf iat,cf 0 3 3 1 o
Lowe, 2b... .1 10 8 1 Pelts, o 1 15 3 0
Willis, p 0 0 3 0 1 Dwyer, p..0 0 0 3 0
Hickman, cf.l 1800
Nichols, p. ..O 10 0 0 Totals 810 34 8 8
ToUl 0 3718 4
Cincinnati O 0 8 0 110 0 08
Boston 00000016. 8
Two-base bits Smith. Corcoran. Three-base hit
Nichols. Stolen baaea Beckley, Petti. Sacrifice hit
Coulni. Double play Lowe, Long, and Tenney.
Struck out By Dwyer. It by Willi. It by Tlcholi. 1.
First base on balls Off Dwyer. 3; off Willi!, 4. bit
by pitcher By Dwyer, 1. W lid pltoh WUIts. Loft
on Dases Cincinnati. 8; Boaton, 5 First base on
error Cincinnati. 8; Boston. 8. Time 1 hour and
85 minutes. Umpires Brown and Qaffney.
Atlantlo League.
x. it. a.
Norfolk 00101000 02 H 4
Hartford 1002000 0. -3 H4
Batteries Pfanmlller and Foi; Kotall and Boach.
At Pateraon Bain.
Bastern League,
at ncniLO.
h. a. x.
Buffalo 00210000 03 8 4
ProTldence . OO0O40O1 O o 8 8
Batterle Brown and Dlggini; Braun and Leahy.
a. b. a.
Ottawa 00300000 02 8 8
Springfield . .1 O o O o o 1 1 08 4 2
Batteries Harper and Boyd, Pappalauand Shea.
h. n. a
Byracnse 00000003 02 6 2
Montreal 0 10 10 0 0 2 o 4 5 1
Batteries Becker and Barrel, Bonders and Butler.
At Berlin Toronto, 10, WUkesbarre, 0.
Kew Tork State League.
At Canandalgua Canandalgna, 3; Cortland, 1.
At Lyons Lyons tt, U tics. 13.
At Rome Borne. 5, Auburn. 8.
At Oswego Oswego, is Johnstown, 0,
Other flame.
atlaktio crrr, 7: CLrvzuvn, o.
ATLAimo Citt. Aug 10 Billy Bums, formerly of
How York, but now Atlantic City'a ronnc pitcher, la
the hero of this city to-night. All this is because the
mighty Cleveland team fell down before his decep
tive curves like tenpins They failed to get a run
across the plate and were only able to aecure eaten
hits, three of which wer decidedly scratches. The
Atlantlo City ....2 0 0 0 8 0 0 3 0-7 10 i
CleTeland onoooooo o o 7 a
a. b. b,
Korthvllle ..1000020008 84
Cuban X Qlanta 2 10 0 4 0 4 0 11 10 3
Batteries Boas and Barnes; Howard and Jordan.
B. B. B.
Oillams 10020100 04 t 1
Cooperatown . oooooool 01 0 a
Batteries Whlto and Boberts; watklna and Bulll
van. Jloseball Onmes To-Dny.
Chicago at Brooklyn, two games.
babterk tr lour.
Providence at Buffalo Springfield at Ottawa;
Wllkeebarro at Toronto, Montreal at Syracuse.
Newark at Allentown: Patenon at Lancaster; Hart
ford at Uichmond; Beading at Norfolk,
Ilnlebnll Note.
W. J. Kenney. NlchoU Is right banded,
w IllUm Tilly. The batsman does not recetv credit
for a lucrince nit.
J. It. McC 1. Th first la the regularly scheduled
game. 2. Third baae.
Cincinnati la the first League team to play 100
gamea thla leason. Th Bed reached the centurr
mark yeiterday.
Brooklyn won one of the seven gamea played In
Cincinnati, three nf the aeven In Ht. Loula aud two of
tho alx In Loutivllle.
!rwm.-io, Aug. 10. Tho score yesterday was oto
8 In fsTor nf Clu ster against Cuban Olants, not 0 to 2
In taior of Cubans, aa printed.
The playing of the Bostona In their present crippled
state would seem to Indicate that they will come
very near winning the pennant again.
It aeemi to be all rut and dried, according to Buf
falo baseball patrona, that the Cleveland players will
represent the former city In tb National League neit
Baailiall players who have played with or agalnit
Outfielder Freeman of the Eastern League seem sur
prlaud that he has not been drafted, aa h Is said to b
a htavy hitter.
An exhibition game will be played by the Brook
lyn! In On euaburg, I'a, on Aug. 23, and probably
Karnes will be played in Milwaukee ou Aug. 80 and
Tho Cle eland players stopped off at Atlantlo City
oulueada aud defoated the homo team by a score
ot 2 to 1. Pitct r Conn held Tehran a men down to
fltu blU In uluo Innings.
Three National League clubs wanted the game
scheduled to be 1 Ujcil In Brooklyn transferred to
their home grounds, but President Kbbet refused to
make the change In the schedule.
It ll reported that Manager Birnle Is behind a
echeinc to form a new minor League next season, to
be composed of the best paying cities of the Eastern
Letgue aud the late New England League.
The diamond at Washington Park waa too muddy
yeoterda) and both games were poitponed. Womiu
wilt be admitted frev to the two gamea to lie played
between the Bruoklyna and Chlcagoa thla aftornuon.
According to President Ebheta baseball li boomiug
in thn West "We got considerable more money In
Bt Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati on our last trip
than wi did In the earlier eeriee." said the Brooklyn
niatute yesterda)
The Dreadtiaught A O. would like to hear from th
Crawford Kain to play ou any Saturday after Aug
1 I The Dnailnauitht! have every Saturday and
Bundi) open for out of town teams. Addresi T, r.
Lyons. ) U hast ISUth street.
Arraugeim uu are being mails to transfer the three
gauu a scheduled to be played lietween the Ilruotb ns
end Ueti land lit Cletelind the latter part of this
month to Jhxhciti-i and Uuflalo Oue game will
prulmbl) 1m i Uid lu lloihcsteron Aug. 27 aud two
games in Buffalo on fug 'JB and 1)
K rl angi has bci u made in the dates of thn Brook
banning! ei a tu tie playt t lu C'hlcagi which
will ioiii , Uu Up ilhn plaierato make two trips
t that cilj t, pl) off the three gauu n 1 he first
two gauu- nt tin sfrlis will bo iloidou Aug m
and J I Ties games wcro orttflualh scheduled to
be pliydiiu Auu .tlinlbpt l
I'KRTit uiuiy, N I , Aug. 10 -Firry nan wcmaii
ud child lu tills city turned out yesterda) attorn xu
to w tuissugiuieof ball put up bi the Douorsta,
llii Ltwyrrsof Pirlh Amboy for the btuefit of the
."' ir?:,.h' ri"T AJ!' ta" WV represented on th
ball ntld, frvm Iheodlce boy of tboungst lawyer
In town to v (linns who had not handled a ball for
twenty 111 er There was some weird batting
and pitching, but eten man lu the field played hall,
and the grltf of the Lawyers was great when the
Doctors won by a aiore of 6 to 81 The Lawiers
wire isptainnd b fi-Cltj Attorney Ailrlao Lyon,
the Doctors b Dr John L. Lund. Coroner Burk
waa umpire.
Ilaselinll, Washington Fark,srianieTo-Day
3 and 4. P. U, for on admUalou. Brooklyn?.
Chicago. AjJj,7,6Qo.,26cv-i Aitt nwaayn is.
briniTKit itAcisa yon xAnoxAr.
Collett Wns Two Amntenr Champion
ship Martin, Tliitlor, Uertens and
Tteeker, on ss Quad, Set Up it Me Rec
ord Onrdlner Loici Ills Lend on Folnt.
iNDiANlroLis, Aug. 10. All calculations
ore knocked endwise to-day when Kimble of
LouIitIUo landed tho two-mllo national cham
pionship, after a most exciting struggle with
Taylor, Bald, and Cooper, vt ho finished behind
tho Eontucklan In tho order named, with all
four In a bunch. Kimble Is an unoortaln quan
tity, nnd only now and thon displays tho burst
ot sicod that Is In him It has boon his par
ticular ambition to beat tho colored rider, for
whom ho has no grant amount of love, and ho
llokod him fairly In a bruising fight that was
not marred by any objectionable tactics. Tho
final of this championship was paced by two
singles, and tho time, 4 mlnntcs 5 seconds, Is a
now roeord In a scratch raco. Uardlnor foiled
to quality for tho final, succumbing in tho pre
vious round. In whloh Mortens upset all
plans by an unexpected sneak from tho roar.
Taylor also put up a marvellous rldo In tho
other semi-final, coming through nt tho polo,
although last at the head ot tho straight, and
winning from Cooper by Inches.
As tho scoring In tho championships at tho
National L. A. V. moot is Increased tenfold
o er that allowed at National Circuit moots, tho
figures underwent a considerable chango this
afternoon. Taylor, Kimble and Bald aro now
tied for the load with 00 points each, Cooper
has 05, and Gardiner, who led up to to-day.
remains at 03 points.
The amateur king was Goorgo H Collett.
representing the Nassau Wheelmen of Brook
lyn, with a homo In New Haven. Ho rodo In
superb form, and all the " Simon Pares " had to
bow to htm In both tho amateur champion
ships. Among the most Interesting ovonta
waa tho Multiple Handicap. Mounted on a
"quad " Martin, Nat Butler. A. 0. Mortens, and
V. E. Booker started from scratch, and gained
the lead a couple ot laps from the line. No
other team could hold them during the last
quarter, and thoy finished the two mllosina
minutes 25 3-5 soconds, the best previous tlrao
for the distance on a four-Boator being 3 min
utes 52 seconds.
The attendance at the meet from out of town
Is disappointing in the extreme and tho local
hotel koopors and merchants who had counted
upon many thousands are blaming tho rail
roads, somo ot which did not makovery ma
terial reductions In their regular rates
To-night li A. W. pioneers nro holding their
annual session, and a theatre party for women
and an all-night smokor for tho men nro among
the other schcdulod features. Buffalo's In)
meetboomers am still holding open house nt
tho Denlson, and tho Milwaukee 11KXJ shout
ers also continue to dispense hospitality at tho
Bates. All round tho Lcaguo members aro
reoolving the full worth of tholr dollar. Sum
mary: Two Mile National L. A. W. Championship, Profes
sional Won by O 8. Kimble, Louisville, fJor Tay
lor, New York, second; E. C. Bald, Buffalo, third;
Tom Cooper, Detroit, fourth: A. C. Mertens, Minne
apolis, fifth. Time, 4 minutes fi seoonds
Two-Mil Multiple Handicap, Professional Won
by Martin. N. Butler. Becker, and Mertens. scratch.
Johnson, Fcrwalt, and Monroe. 75 yards, second,
Taylor, Eaton and Bowler, 25 yards, third, Phillips,
Newklrk, and Van Neot, 100 yard, fourth. Time. .1
mlnutea 3G a-, seconds
One Mile Handicap, Profeslonal Won by .7 E.
W. alsh, Boston, 1 10 jard. Htm Murbarger. Indian
spoils, loo yard!, aecond. Major Taylor New lork,
scratch, third, E. C Bald, Buffalo, scratch, fourth.
O L Stevens, Ottnmwa, 20 yards, filth. Time, 2
mlnutns eon seconds
Half-Mile National L. A. W. Championship, Ama
teurWon bj O II Collett, New York, Y. I. Km
iner. B. W . New York, second, Joseph lingers, Phlla
delphla, third. Time, 1 minute 13 5 seconds.
Two Mile National L A W. Champlonihlp, Ama
b-ur Won by O A. Collett, New ork. E. (3 Haus
man. New York, second, JoiuphBogers, Philadel
phia, third, Harry Olbs m. Cincinnati, fourth, F. H.
Bobbins, Mlddletown, fifth. Time, 4 ininuUs 28 sec
ond!. In the performance of Harry Kike nt Phila
delphia last Hntunliiy. when he broke he hour
record and rodo iusido of record time from tho
ninth milo on to tho thirty-fourth. Is found a
goodnnswer to the question that hasoften boon
raised concerned whether or not work on n
pacing multicycle unfits nmnn for fast riding
on a single woel Hkw has been riding all tho
season as ono of Michael's pacing crew His
coming out and performing In this manner it
one of tho remnrknblo hnppenlngs in cycln
racing tills jenr. The glory of his achieve
ment was beclouded by tho grenti-r interest
tnkon In tho MIchael-McDuffeo contest, tho
fuss that was made ovor tho terniB of It.
and the dlnviuallllcation of Mlchnel by the
referee It vias after tho rnco between
Mlchaol and McDuuY-o had been run that
tikes nnd I.lnton mot for n twenty-llvo
mile battlo behind the same pacing machines
that had pulled tho other two men nround tho
track. It was a killing race all tho way. the
idea of tho tetms unit ot tho men apparently
being to play out the other sldo Linton led by
a fow yards for tho first thirteen miles, then
Kikes went to thn front by thlrtyynnls.inorons
Ing tho distance until at the finish he won by
nearly a lap In tho eighth mile tho ln-xt
proMous record wns tied, and rrom tnat
on all world's records were broken It wns
at tho suggestion of Jimmy Michael t lint
Kikes thon continued for tho hour nnd
covered 'M miles 1,220 sards in that time Tho
last previous record was It.) miles IKHJ yards,
mado byTayloro In commenting upon this
ride. O. ti Pickett, tho trainer, snld ho was glud
to seo tho argument disposed of that pacing
work disqualifies n man for sprinting Pickett
snys that with tho modern oterhatiglng mi
dlines it is not a difficult taskfornnynnlinnrily
good rider to follow them at mlddlo distances,
nnd ho says that ho could pick out ton mn
from the pacing crows who could tnko pace nnd
ride miles insldo of 1 minuto 58 seconds
A mean case of bicycle theft Is reported from
Detroit, which teaches the lesson that a whenl
mnn cannot consider himself safo from tho
cycle snntchor at an) time, not oven v. lion ho
should be an object of pity and assistance. A
Detroit rider lost control of Ills wheolon a hill,
struck a boulder nt tho bottom ami lay for n
minute partially stunned. A trump who wit
nessed the performance grinned unsympatliet
icallynnd asked tho othor If he wns much hurt
Tho unfortiinntoninn nnswered' "My ankle I
guess is sprained, hut I don't think 1 need mi
nmbuhnce quiK yet " llio footpad picked up
tho wheol sning: "Well. I guess you don't
need this thing, either," nnd mounting It ho
rode away, leaving its owner In tlio road star
ing nnd shouting wildly, but helpless to gio
Concerning club runs, ono man who objects
to getting in w Ith a crowd and being obliged to
follow uiateor pneo tho Under sens, suggests
that some club try getting up a run without a
schedule. In which there is a ilxod destination
for dinner nnd a time for being there This ho
thinks would permit the member to go in
couples or parlies of half n doren. the riders
picking their company nceordlngto therntont
which they want to ride and starting early or
late as they like. It would ennlilo oil to meet
for dinner and return homo to suit tliomwltes
This would bo more like the way others ride
who do not go on club runs, it Is nrgmd.niul
would therefore bo In tho lino of meeting pres
ent day conditions Imlt way.
Somo points on tho part tlint tho resistance of
tho atmosphere makes In cycle riding that aro
of peculiar Interest in considering tho impor
tance ot pacing are given in a recent publica
tion written by Prof. Iloys He snysthat n man
nblo to rldo twenty milt sim hour could travel a
hundred miles In the sumo tlmo if there wns
only the resistance of thn mac bine nnd tho road
to ho ovcrcomo. It Is thn air thnt causes nearly
alt tho trouble Tho professor has nlso mado
somn baromotrlenl calculations, and, according
to his theory, a difference of one inch In tliu
height of the barometer might make, a differ
ence of n second In u minute. If tliocorrespond
Ing diminution of oxygen In the rider's lungs
did not compoiisiito for the reduced resistance.
At the Hotol Bartholin last night MoDufToo
flatly refused to ruco agiilnst. Mkhnel ou Satur
day, and It was agreed that ho would meet Tay
loro for twenti-lhe miles each man to hnvo
twent)-fle pacemakers Tom Linton at Me
Duffen's reiiuest agreed to get upon a pacing
machine nnd help null MellnlTce iilong MuDuf
feti Is much dissatisfied w ith tho way tils pacing
crews havo been broken up Davo rllmfortook
nwny three to mid to Jllthnel s outfit, and In
ternal dissensions have occurred toturtht rdl'
rui'ttlie tounit. McDuffeo's position Is that he
wns matched against Michael for tho best two
races in thrco.iinit that as he has liouten Mi
chael twice ho will not roee ngnln oii pt for n
bigger purse In eniiseoucncc of the nrrntige
ment Inst night the third MUlmel nn'ii will bo
run at Boston un Aug 20. and on ug 27 M' -DiliTeo
will meet Mlchnel In a Hpcclsl i-iei of
tweiit-five miles with the numl'" nf raco
nuikcrs unlimited
Hpaklng about hleclNhow. n tit ale who
bus devoted many vears to ecng not only as
a Itiidesuinn but ulsons n rl'lpr nnd promoter
of the sKrt says "Hlyjiln shows nevernhoilM
hnvo been abandoned That was the worst
mistake tho Board of Trade evor mado Tho
shows ere the llfo of both tho trade ntul tho
sisirt One of the peculiar fu ts In connection
with cicllng Is that lou inniiot divorce, tho
trade from the sport One hits grown from tho
other and they meet naturally The men In tho
trade were recruited from the ranks of riders,
and ore themselves enthusiasts, or should lie
When they are forced to bo simply tradesmen
they loss spirit The cyoln show keen allvn
the sentimentality and enthusiasm, and these
Qualities should not bo lost. Placing mammon
wwpMuiJj to drive out (porUmaruhlp. Yet
this Is what I consider the makers have been
doing In deoidlng not to hold shows bocatuo
thoy wore too expensive. The show wns tho
nnntial reunion of the whole cycling family. By
all means glv o us back the shows.''
iNroniiATioN ron wnxELUEN.
T. L. K From New Vork to TVeitboro, Mais , vis
New Haven, ride to Wi at Cheiter, through City
Island, New rtochtlle, Larchmoat, Mamarnneek,
Port Chester, Oreenwlch, Rtamrord, Barlen.Korwalk,
South Norwalk, VteattKirt, Bnnthport, Fairfield,
Bridgeport, Stratford. MUrord, Writ Haven to New
Haven; take the cycle path to Hartford and vans
through Wlndaor, Thompsonvllle, Springfield. Lud
low, Palmer, West Varrrn, Kaat Urookneld, Webster
Junction, and Worcester PiWretboro.
M. 0. 8, FYom Orange, N J., to Florida. N T.. rids
to Blonmfleld, through MontcUIr, -erona. Cedar
Orov,Fairfleld. Peguannock, Pompton Plain. Butler,
Bloomlncdale, Oak TUdge. Clinton, Stockholm, Canlt
tear, neBrale and Warwick, to Florida
A Anultage From Brooklyn to UydePark, ride to
Jamaica, and then continue through Uollls, Queens,
and Floral Park to Hyde Park,
Tandem From New York to ProTldence follow
mute to New Haven published In Tnr Run todir.
From New Haven continue to Branford and through
Oullford, Mwllaon. Clinton. Baybrooke, I.ltne, Man
tio, Unnltevllle, Jordamllle, New I-onrton, Oorton,
PsCitunnock, Mystic Bridge, Btoniiitfon, Weque
tequock, WcsUrly, Woodvllle, Klnuston Station.
Blocuravllle, Wlckford, Eaat Oreenwlch, Pawtuietto
l"rot ldence.
O. P. From Ponghkecpsln to Fllenvllle. cross the
river to Highland, then lid to Cllntonvllle, Fomt
Ulen, Minnowack, Cragamoor to UUnvlllo.
An antomatto ilartlnu machine, lately used at
Australian c cling matches. Is Ixlni; taken to London
by ita Inventor, a colonist, with a view to OoaUng a
company to work It.
A theatre, party, to be followed by a reception, will
be held by tha vigilant Cycle Club at the Central
Opera House to-night.
The big lantern parade of Newark Coniulite No, S
of the New Jersey Division, L. A. W., which wis to
have taken plate lu that city laat night, has been
poitponed until Hcpt. 2u.
Sbowalter Beat Sclilffers nnd Stelnlti Draws
with Sclmllopp.
Cologne, Aug. 10. Tho chosa players began
play In tho ninth round of tho International
chess tournament in this city this morning,
nnd after tho first four hours of play only ono
gamo had boon finished: Bcrgcr had beaten
Hotnrichson. In the ovonlng session the fol
lowing additlonnl results woro arrived at:
Burn beat Qottschall, Charousok bent Poplel,
Conn boat Janowskl. Fritz lost to Tsohlgorln,
bchallopp and Ktcinltz drew. BclilfTors was
beaten by Bhowalter, and Bchlechtor and Albin
Tho record of tho tournament follows:
iron. Lost rrofs, Xoit.
Albin ilW CM Janowskl u 4
Burn dlj 3)t Hchallopp 1M 7M
Charouaek . . 0 3 Bchtffern. . . tV, H
Cohn 7 ? ISehlechter .. ..it 8
Fritz . . 3 it , Bhowalter B 4
OotUchall ... 3M BM Btelnlti CK 3W
Heinrlchsen. . 2 ? 'Tschlgorin . EH 2H
, The tenth round will bo played In tho follow
ing ordor to-day:
Bhowalter vi Schlechter, 8ttnltz vs. Behlffer.
Tschlgnrln v Bchsllopp, Cohn vs. Frite, Poplel v.
Janowskl. aottachall is Charouiek, Uclnrichaen vi.
Burn, and Bemer ts. Albin.
Spirited Plnylletween NewTotk nnd Penn
sylrnnln In the State Tourney.
HAMVtosDsronT. Aug. 10 Day was con
tinued to-day In tho tournaments of tho Now
York State Choss Association with tho pairing
for tho third and fourth rounds of tho lnter
stato match botwoon New York and Pennsyl
vania. Tho teams are very evenly matched,
and tho scores up to tho third round are:
Tlrst Bound Delmar defeated McCutcheon. Koeh
ler drew with Bampton, Bouwclno lout to Rtuart,
Levy loit to Volgt. Llpichueti defeated Young,
Marshall drew with Kenieny, Uanhani defeated
Second Bound Volut drew with Bouwclne, Young
lost lvy, Kemenr lost Ltpncburtz. Bower defeatod
Marshall McCutcheon drew with Ilanham.
Thlnl Bound Delmar lost to Stuart, Koehler drew
with Voiirt. Souweluo lost to oune, Ivy Int to
Kemcny, LIpschtieUilcfealsdBowtrn, Marshall and
McCutcheon adjourned.
In the fourth round of tho Interstato match
which was commenced lastnlghttho pnlringls:
Voigt vs Iiclmar, Young is Koehler, Kemeny vs.
Bouwilne. Bowers vs. Leiy. MtCutcheon vs. Llp
sohiutz, Bampton vs. Marshall and Stuart vs. Ilan
ham. I.tpschtietzand IT.inham are tho only players
witii clear scores at tho end of the third round.
In the general tournnment tho results arc:
Flrat Class Flnt round Rogers best Bearle, Fer
ris beat Bcriptnre, Wt-eka ttoat Sittscr Second round
Rogers lost to Ferris, Bearle and Weeks adjourned,
Bcrlpture defeated Blttser Third round Rogers de
feated Srripturt). Searls defeated blttaer, Ferrla and
VVrtks adjunrned
Becmd Class lirt round Rhoades beat Wright,
McVIartln loet to Waller Second round W rmbt
lost to Waller. McMartin lost to Rhoades. Third
round McMartln beat Wright. Bhoadcn and Waller
adjourned Thlrtl cla v. Borsodl vs. VV. Scrip
ture Borsodl won three and a halt out of four
Plllsbury Itetnrns from Ktiropei and Tnlks
of the Vienna Tourney.
Among tho passengers on board thoWhlto
Star steamship Majestic, which arrived hero
yesterday afternoon, was H. X. rillebtiry, tho
chessplayer, who recently tied with Dr. Tnr
rn.eh of Nuremberg for first plnco In tho big
Vlonnn Chess Tournnmont, losing, however,
In tho plnyoff for the chief prlro. While Pills-
buri haa necessarily greatrespect for T.trrasch
as a nlnyer, ho nevertheless does not admit his
superiority, but is confident of his own ability
to account for tho Gorman champion in a sot
mntchif tho occasion offered
Tho Vlcnnn touritoy. ho snid yesterday, wns
of rather too long duration, thirty-eight rounds
being more than should bo required In tho
last eight rounds ho weakenetl perceptibly and
that Is w hero lie lost his grip on tho first prlro.
A two-round tournoy with only sixteen entries,
would be. In his opinion, more within reason.
In tho tio match Tarrasch secured tho white
pieces in tho first gamo nnd had them also In
ho thlnl. winning both games
Though Plllsbury wltti tho movo succeeded
in taking tho second game, he was unable to
prevail agiilnst tho doctor's great dpfenoe In
the fourth and had to submit to a draw which
cost him the mntch. Spenklngof tho quality of
the chess pro-lucod. ho said that tho standard
had at lenst been raised somo ov or that of pre
vious contests.
Tirorkvllles V.VI11 Cnnnillnn Intermediate
Fours Championship.
Toronto, Aug. 10 Tho thirtieth nnnunl re
gatta of tho Northwcstorn Amateur Bowing
Association began to-dny on Toronto Bay. Tho
breeze was modernto from south and west, but
tho water was rathor lumpy. This was tho
first regatta ever held by thn association In
Canada, and great Interest was takon in tho
events Tho cotirso was 0110 and a half mllcn.
with ti turn, for the rowing races, nnd for tho
t anoclng ov outs half a mile straightaway num
mary Junior Singles Final beat-1 C Mason. Argonauts,
first, F.Ward Dnni. sriutul EA Wark, Hamilton,
third lime, 10 lutnutea 7 seconds
Junior Pilrs Detroit Hat Club flrt, Toronto
second. Argonauts third Time, 11 minutes 4.', tt n
Blmjle Canoe E. 11 Nflles, Wyandotte Mich . first!
B II MeDouirall, Argonauts, mm olid, W A Wanur,
Detroit' third Time. 4 minutes 4UKI ei-comls
FourOir.d Oliw Two trow nf the IMrolt Boat
Club started In this ruct. n L Plerson, ctroke.flrst,
W A Warner, atrokc, aecond. Time, 1 0 minutes '.11
set ends
Junior Doubhs J. C. Ritchie and fl. Fyre, Ilrotk
vllle, first, V Forties and tlHinje Carnilhern, Toron
to, second lime, 13 minutes 2 c sicomis
Junior lours Unal heat Brockville first, Argu
liauts iWailsttorth atroLei second, Iandcrs third
hihlbitlon Kiglit Oared Itacr Between the Arpi
Mills and Vesjiers of Philadelphia Won by the Ar
gonauts, Tho chnmnlonshlpof tho Intermediate fours
was decided this morning, when tho jlrock
vlllis and thoOrtmd Trunks rowed the final
hi nt that was declared oft ostonlui on account
of fouls, The Brookvlllesvtou in 8 iiilntitt-s 'JO
I.nwn Tennis,
Miitnoru, Aug in The morning matrhei only
were finished In the Magnolia tennis tournament to
ds) In the afternoon rain stopped play after two
matches had been itarle 1 T. K. Warn and O I'.
Sheldon, Jr., had a hard struggle In their match
cgalnstll, P Haweaindlt ll Utile Scores-
Men's Blugle-Bcniid romid-O K Belden, Mln
neapolls, biat Bratnerd VVhitb(ck, Harvard, 04.
11-1, lUlph Mihlltnck, Hartard, beat U.Mi iuiffee.
Harard,n-a. ti -o, I rid lliric), llnnard. against
A P Haws, Boston, il -I tuirliiisliid
Men s Doiililes-prelliuluary rntitiA A P Bheldon,
Jr., audi. K WarelaiA II Hawesandll II Utile.
7-r, j-tl, il-.', C W Muon, ami 11, Mi h Jnnei beat
11 starkweather an 1 I btauwo id, u-j 10-u, K p
Fisthirand t! II Uudlung agamtt Caleb Whltlxtk
and Italph MiKlltrlrk. ! 5 J (i iiunnlsliidi
Boiirrnro. Ui Aus in- A lnvy shower here to
li) nuke I the li 11 tenuis urt m, llmniuulily that
for soma tluisthi Malut Huto hsiiiputishlp rust, he
wer delayed The alin.les pnigieued Hall liter lu
tlicdsi a id ell I) throe iloim reinalii In Ui- sinig
gle for fame mid nrl4 llaclitt, the promising
jouiui champiun of lale, atiatu distliigiilslird him
elf by liisling tin telrrsu Southern thampliu
luildsonof Washington ilsiidsnii xuSarsd ImmII
from the slow tin and heavy ball lu kett will
U'.t (llhor Kwer of llirtsrd urtlnwsof Ilroaii In
the finals to morrow, and the winner will ihalleun
l'aret, the mate chat ipluii. for l.is llialleiuecuiuii
haturda) The d oil Ks also II le (0111111111,1 o
morrow The ecoros
I haiuplonshhi Hituile Srcond round-11 I. Parr
Vat A L. WlllUtou, 3-il, 11- .1. H-4, Uni Ut
Itlihanl Hooker, 2-l. tt 4, -4 J U Davidson Wat
VV S Warland, 6-2, 0-4, 11.11 llackett tx-at O A.
Cuuiraue, l 1. rl o.
Heml final Round-H. II, Uickttt beat i. 0. David
son, 02, u a,
Championship Doable first round WlUlston
ad iUrvla btt WnUnd as) vvuum, 8-0, 1-6.
Crystalline TVIni the IHg Ntnke for Vonng
sters nt Fort JW nynr.
Toiit Watrb, Intl., Aug 10. To-day was ono
full ot spirit at tho Driving Club Park Tho
track wns in tho pink ot condition nnd fast
work resulted In tho 2.18 trot Battlctonsold
nfavorlto with aayton, n heavily backed field
horse. Tho favorlto won tho first two hents
handily with Oayton acting badly. In tho third
heat Oayton sottled down anil won tho final
hoats In pretty finishes, alter Battlcton had re
duced his previous record three soconds. Tho
spurt down (ho stretch was lively.
In tho three-year-old pace. Airship was a star
with tho talent, and tho black Btalllon had no
difficulty In landing tho rnco. Tho 2:24 paco
was sent away with Lady of tho Manor selling
for 50 and Hpllt Bilk for $40 This was a rnco
for blood, and In tho drlvo down tho stretch In
tho second hoat Split Bilk forced Gears to drlvo
tho Lady two seconds faster than her host mark
made In Detroit, In tho first and also In the
final hoats Split Bilk was unsteady.
In tho two-year-old trot, Uorso BevlcwBtakes
ot J7.50O. there wns as fine a floldof youngsters
asoverfaood the wire In the morning Crystal
lino was a hot favorlto In tho kxIs. Tout when
the horses lined up for tho score many picked
Bito E. for n winner. Tho bunch n babies
scored down llkoold campaigners. nnd after the
fourth effort got tho word, Crystalline was a
bad actor at tho sond-ofT, and IlltaJi landed
the heat with tho Held crowding her hnrd In
a thrilling finish. Iliu favorite. Crystalline,
was not so nervous In tho second hoat anil won
in a pretty performance, cloioly chnsed by Blta
k. The noxt hoat was easy for Crystalline, nnd
she landed M.UOU for her owner. .riOO for thn
man who bred her. and $000 for tho ownor ot
her aire. Summary:
S:18 class, trotting; puree $1,500
Oayton. 0. h by Alierton, data by Wll-
Mn (Kelly). S a 1 I 1
Battlaton, b. g. (Oeera) 1 13 2 1
Hesperus, b h (Jamison) 7 8 a 1 3
Irii O.. b. m.jOunneane) 8 4 0 4 8
Mero.b.m (West) o it 4
CampantaOlrl, g. m (Method) S r, a 6 8
Bella Belli, b m (Chaudlir) ...a 7 H 7 8
Mola, b in. (Wilson) . 8 8 7 8 4
Oakley.bg (driver not given) . l dls
Tlme-2.HH, 2.otH, 2tl0). 2 l2'-i, 2.ia.
Three year old clan, pacing: purse f.1,000
Air Ship, hlk. b , by Brads, dam by Uambctta
Wllkei (Perry) . Ill
Baler II.. b s. (Toler) 2 2 9
Daractte, blk. m. (Evans) 13 2
Tommy V., b.h. (Wilson) dls
Time 2.1SH, IltH. 2.16K.
2 24 class, pacing; purae 2.0(K)
Lady of the Manor, ch. m , b) Mambrino
King, dam by Chlmei (Oeen) Ill
mint mi, s. m. (Wilson) r. 2 n
HalPatchen, ch.a. (Ervln) 8 S 4
The Swift, ch. m. (Btananl) 4 6 3
Donoufb, b h. (Allen) .. .. 2 4dli
Time 2 11H. 2 07H. 2.08l(
Two-year-old clasa trotting, purse $7.C00.
CrysUllini, f , by Bimmom, 3am by Moon
atone (Macy) 5 1 1
Imp. Eledtrlte. ch. f. (Nelson) 2 a n
Oracle Onward, ch. t. (Besdhv) o 4 3
The Maine, ch f. (Jamleion) 8 rt 8
KeUar, b. c. (WllUama) 4 S 4
BlU E.. a f. (Bell) 1 3dla
Blmrwk. ch c (Thayer) 7 dls
Bed Arthur, b. c. (Elrby) 8 dls
Mlrlan Logan, br f (Drake) dli.
Mis Conley. br. f. (Klchols) dls.
Tirne-2 23M. 2'IBX, 2.J8.
Harness Horse at llcilrlck,
ncnatcx. Is , Aug 10 Th second day of the har
ness meet was farorcd with a large attendance. In
the 2 la-claes trotting Joe Wonder was a hot favor
ite, but Vendor, a rank outsider, won the first heat
and then the California horse. Dr. Leek, took three
straight In the match race Edwin Clay was out for
a mark and paced a mile In 2 OSM Bummarlea.
2il& class, trotting, purse $1,000
Br Leek. ch. h.bj Sidney (Hodges) ... 0 1 1 1
Vendor, b. h. (Bish) 1 H 10 8
Pllatus, b h.(McLellen) 0 2 2 i
Joe Wonder, b h (Myers) 2 it 7 4
Aragonk. blk b (Keller) 8 4 0 a
Natola. blk. m. (Kathen) 3 6 H 11
Osland L.. blk. a il'hllllpi) 4 .1 H 7
Ouerlit, h h (McAvoy) 7 11 ti t
B C.b h. (Tanpy) . G 7 1110
Heir Medium, b m lltolicrUou) . . .10 10 4 r,
Tlmc-2 12M, 2 11H. 2 HM, 2 12.
Match race, purso $2,800
Flwlnt'lay.b a . by Bonnie Clay (Parker)... 2 1 1
Prince Buke, ch h (Alexander) 1 2 2
Time 2 lli, 2 nsH. a 00.
2 25 class pacing, purse $500
Lord Roaebery, b h. by Boiebcry
(Weit) . ..11201
Bon Quliote. ch s (Hlnjlotou) 7 2 10 2
Botha J, b ni. (Cooper) 2 8 4 8 8
Ktheia.b m (Harklns) a 12 8 4 fl
1 ranees Pilot, bt m (Tsptiy) 8 6 r, 8 6
Tom Hherlock. blk. a (SHlcs) 6 8 7 8 7
ITosperlty, br m (Cain) 12 U 10 r, 4
Trump. Jr , blk. g. (Starr) 0 10 l 7dr.
Temperance Boy a. (Beed) 0 11 u dr,
H. p.b. s. (Modit) - 4 4 8 dr.
BtnU O.b g lAleiandcr) 11 3 ills
Black Oannon, blk h (Smith) . ... 10 7 dr.
Time 2 lH. 1 11M. 2 lOW, J 13.
2 27 class, trotting, purse $',00. Unfinished:
Jim Starr, Jr.. a. h. (Kenyon) 18 18
C. E. V.. li K (Kenyon) 2 1 2 H
Bonnie Alltrtou. ch h (Myers) 4 8 4 1
Mauelolass, b in (West) 8 8 8 8
Biikolcne. b f. (Fisher) U 4 3 0
AUIr.li h (Harrison) r, 2 r. 4
Mart Al'ertou, ch. h. (Farwell) 1 7 7 7
Ida Sutton, b f (Smith) 7 (1 2
Maud B , li. m. (Curry) .. 8 tt V 11
Timo 2 20, 2 17, 2 ISH, 2 JON.
mixed Ilnces nt Rochester.
BornrsTkn. Aug 10 A crowd of 1,000 person
wltni seed the second day s clnult racea at the Driv
ing Park this afternoon. Aided by a fat track, there
were some aensational finishes, especially In the 2 1G
cUhh pave After common work throutrh two heats.
Alizsuderllnnter pretty bar mare rtcllle Sharper
carried off tho three succeeding heats In splendid
st) le and won the race. In the steeplechase Happy
lull fell at the first hurdle and her ruler waa ellgblly
hurt, but mounted again and finished near the pack.
2 2", clasa, trotting, puree (too
Candy, hlk m , by Candidate (Gallagher) .8111
Highland Maid. br. m. (McDonald) . 1 u 2 0
Sherman V, br. . (Bear) 2 2 4 8
AndyK.bg (Ewen) .1 8 8 2
istes, ch g iVan uken) .... 1 11 G
HattlnW altars, ch m. (Appleby) . n .'. 0 4
VVilkle Rosn,g a (Jamrai a 11 p 7
KKlatine, t. 111 (Uregham). . 7 8 8 8
Bheba, b m. (Smith) 8 7 7 dr
Time 2 1V4. 2.I2N. 2 13, 2.13.
2 11 class, pacing, purse $400:
Xellle Sharper, b m. by Sharper (Hun
ter) .. . 4 2 111
Syria, b ru. (Smith) , & 1 8 7 4
Cracksman, cb jr. (Laltlmer) .. . 1 11 4 r, ',
Hrnrr l'.b g (Van Auken) 2 4 7 2 2
Kodak, blk. s (Saunders) rt .1 2 8 I
Cute, b. m. (Strong) 8 r, ri 4 dr
Dcco, br s (Thompson! .. .. 7 8 tt 11 dr
Nettle I) dyinan) .. 8 7 dr
Timo-J laW, 2 12M, 2 18, 2.18, 2 111.
One and one half mile steeplechase lllgln (Ion
(ihue) won, dray Uddlug (Lewis) second, Monarch
B (Birus) third Tune, 4 01W
2 til class, trotting, purse $40(1'
Ed Lock, ti g,by LoikiMcDonald). . Ill
Ht Oeorge, li a (James) 2 D 2
imrour.ii g (Lyons) . . 8 J .1
Judge at Law, br g (Beaver) ... 6 .) 4
bpeuter Olrl, br lu iWhltakir) . . 4 4 6
Tlme-2 lH. 2:l&, 2 IB
nunnlng One half mile and repeat Kathro
(Davis) won, Wlnfrcd L (Lawrence) aecond, Llulo
VV Burns) third
Clever Work by Old Hort Sheldon.
Eimiba, N. V .Aug It). The attendance to day waa
much smallir tliau yesterda) , and scrctar) Coloiiian
nf the Klmlra DriMng Club lutliuaUil that it may ho
longtime before this 1 it) will aru a trotting meet
ing again The fiatureof the day was the work in
tho thlrduvrntofB4.rtHheldon.au 18 )ear old horse
owned by (liorgo Smith of Orange, J Utile 1 ck
waa a favorite In the pool! lu this race, but waa not
lu it after thu Urat heat, buiuniarici.
3 23 rim, trotting
Irene, b 111 (Atkins) 2 111
haiflMWuodnut, blk u iF.ly) . . . 1 .') B i
I IioUtte, ch 111 iMrConurll) , 3 2 2 4
1'ilsster, hr. g (Anderson) , . 4 4 .1 .1
Prune Olio, li k (Ihomtsi r G 4 G
rime-J -HVi, 2 11H. 2 22W, 2 32H.
2 80 claks, pacingi
TlioShah, b g ilhomaa) Ill
Harry t'ointni, b a. 1 Nichols) ... 2 J H
Ml) VMlkea.s m.iCahllli ... .882
MlsaK.b in (Itoiiib mgh) n fl 4
Whirlwind, h g. (Kllboin) 4 11 dls
hiuneth. blk ni. (Smith . 0 4 tiu.
Tlme-2 lu'4, 2 2iH. 2 21'.
317 class, trotting (unfinished).
Bert Miel Ion, blk g iSmitli) .. 2 114
1, , uu li l it'iiiiiiulusi n ,1 a 1
I title Dick, b g (Collllii) 1 r, .1 1
OUidlo, lilk g llyan . r, 1 r. J
Kubber, blk. 111 (l'irriu). 4 4 4 6
Ttme-2 1PW. i tuH, .' IPX, 8 jolt,
On the Kite Trnrk nt Old Orchard.
OinOnrnsiip. Me , 111r 10 -Two racrs wrrn trot.
td lu the ram on tho Lite trjrkth aafirruoou Hum
2 20clan, trolt ng, purse $'0i
Nil.ii-, li u .' lltiunoli UiUevIljyie) a 1 1 .",
Cell! all, 1 g (Clunuyi 1 I . j 1
) I, an rVY.cn m iiuliomb) d ,1 il U 11
J T . gr. if lin,i . 7 11 8 il J
iU Vrttli d li in (Uoollmr)) : Hint
u on 11 in Oliian) h 4 4 1 4
1'ailJ b 111 C'sruilihueli ..1 .'. r, dr
Walt, r J ,ih e i' r4 ti 7 7 ilr
Boier h a iMarst 111, , H.lr
Tm -. I., .' I71,, j I8'( i '.n', joi
2 2 ,il, trottiiu, purwi "io"
(VuiftKor 1 li g b) Lonstantiiii tllrad) 1. 3 111
C 11 lir 1. Mi 1 11I 1 slid ririiii . 1 j it
Mslaou nil. g Iroiiti T it 2 3
l.oi aid, b K 1 in Ian i .1 1 (i
l'.i iiila, li in I hi in i In ". 11 3
HspptiirsM h it iiikcr il 4 4 4
Marion It h 111 J rroiit 4 7 t 7
(lriimielxll.il m 1-11111I1 lis, I ,- t, 7 h
Utile I'rinci, li g lllini lur I' H 11 ,'. 11
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loss than $7.00. Wo havo 1,000 B " 1
pairs bought right and sold light & l M
nodgemsn "It" Tlr, f 2 TS and 1.7r.. II
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are till the nrRon best bicrole bartrtln pj
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Bargains in Cycles $5 up I
All makrs slaunlitereit Orer 2,000 to select from. J"
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Harlem Branch
riaiiTixa. r
3Inrtln llimllnc VTIthilrnwa as Uncker of I
Itiitchf.irit Aenlnst "Peillnr" Tnlnier. f
Things have cropped up within tho post few I
days which tuny olmnKO the entire aspect of
tho match nrrnneed between Billy Rotchford I
of Chleaeonnd " I'edlar" l'almer for tho ban- ffi
tnm c)inmpionhlp of tho world at the National I
HportlnicClub, Iindon, durina tho first week gj
of October. When the mntch was first broached m
nnd tho iiuostion of a side bot came up forcon- ft
Blderatlon Palinor nnnouncod that he wouldn't ii
fleht unless Itotchford nereod to box for $3,500 I
on tho outsiilo. At tho tlmo Itotchford. j
who was prnctlcally without frlonds in I '
the East, was at n loss to know where he could J
llnd httcklnB for this amount. Martin Dowllmr.
who was silehtly neiiualntod with ltotchloru. 1
promritly camo to tho rescue, nnd offered to j?
llnd tho necessary monor. As tho club at the h
time demanded it forfeit, Dowllnc imsted l
$1,000 for Itotchford The mntch was nppar- J
enlly clinched until ltoteliford arriTod la
the Fjit-t a fotv days ni-'o Without oon
BiiltlnKllowllnK. ltotolifonl, It is snld. oncaced
Jack Hmith to accompany him totheothorslde.
When lion line heard of this he wns angry nnd
Immeillntel j sent for Itotchford Dowllns; said J
thnt In view of ttm faet that he wns Instrument j
tnl in brinclni; about tho contest Itotchford ,
ought to ut least come to him for advice, i
Hmnrtitie under the sllslit, DowIIiik nnnouncod
liiBt ninlit llml tin would have nothing more to I
do with tho match nnd thnt Hilly will
have to look elsewhere lor n backer HpeaL-
inc of the affair with Tub Bus reiKirter
Dowllns said " Itotohloril has lunorert mo
entirely in the mutter after nil 1 have dotio fnr 1
lilm Ah I wns iiiM'Uliii,' in) own money. I i
think I had the rluht f dlctnto who flhoulii E
or should not truin him ASbllu 1 have nothuiB f
aunliiBt Hinlth 1 don't think lie can do lioteh- fl
fnrd vnry nincli cooil Hills wns in tho city
three days ijciure lie even cnlled on me, and hi I
actions nltOKether have uiiido inusourun him. a
'J hernfnri' I liavn decided to w Itlnlrnw from tha
match entirul) And. to enti the climax. I am i
Bolnjj over tin self to back 'I'edlar' l'almer" B
Dr Ordwny, who mado the match for the) I
KiiKllsh clu 1 1, riiIiI that ilotihfnrd iind not acted J
rlclit towanl Dow Unit lie also ald that llotch- f
fonl only enmo nenrlilm oncn, nnd tlwitwasto 3
M-curo Ills piixiiise iiione) It Is mild that tho S
National lu'ople Intend to fiiliHtitule somo ono u
In Kotehford's place IVuslhly Hnrr hnrliosof B
( hlciun will lii tlm selected omi J'orlies Is 5
eleviT nnd his n fine renin! llotclifiinlnnd J
l'liltnersUi eil tu hnx for a purso of M.iKXl If a
lliitclifnnl lost lio wns to n (.eio $,(), lntlud 1
llii; S-'Jini t A ciist- niche)
flnsslp of the Illnic.
I' J Walsli.-Will wlnt oliet I
A. II . :vi w V. ork - He Is :mt a lie bresr.
h I) , .Sex t irk lb iat pnsent luHvn Fraiulsro,
Jin llullii tin era) pn ui 1 iri'l iiildliviiiiilit nf
rilllaill-llillla, l Hi Ulier linlir who Mallla In ln!e
tin wIiiiii r .it ill- linnii r ( r dm I, cit llutlfr's i
iiisiiiK'rviiitrs fnmi 1' ulvli Iplna in rmhivtlat
UiiiKi Is In tlm lust of trim and letdy to boi at
irt until i
flic msMi Intweir iotin Corliitt aud Charley
(lull Hliuli was ku ki Iti In lull ul (hi 1'illian V,
( mi Satitpls) muht lia rillrn lliroiiili OnUtt
at th lat in uiii nt link 1 1 m mil 11 us, id sibntly
iliturti I fnrhm l'rniii o Mm Tin (l.v. i iflit rile
1)1111111(11 mIiI loiteriU) lliat run ttrijr, tin
' il'liti.t if 1 ink rs ss rrady totski Curliett
I In c
Inn Misikei, lin isat prtsent ill lliltimore witu
bis jtiiiivkii font iiltitirn and lili iurriiiic pirt.
ntr i. in it ml nf U ll ln aiV4 tiiat lif his li ada
a, ii Mm in in. ilulitmir n iHtiiiMi iiif t h riitorc I 110
Mii I ir jur. nit" In a t Ik nitli a re, rtor
fliilku rail I tn Ilk t lot urn i fjst a yr i illi-J
ul c i n 11 hiti to reiuivi. ii unit on iilile j
i iixlir Kirntt I'n iletir it fluntsrof Hie lit I
mii ild It ' liov .in tlnr i liaiitv at linn a
ranrt Is l,f uu nude in liaie Jako Kilrain spar wltu
Miaiki) iluruu !' wi,k ll is uiiilirstMid that
hsike atil Joe i, i rl are to In t six rounds at
l'lnUill'iiiami Auk JU
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