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THE SUK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1898.
ST. LOUIS'S USUAL DEFEAT. itnora noi.rH hi rht-h vi.Armn nOWN TO TWO HITM. Ka Brk DHn the Brooklyn and rittahnrgs Cincinnati! Twin Defeated and Krop Farther Back Yleterle far I Union, Baltimore and Washington. The New York had a tit lit equoeze yester day, barely beating the Ht. Louie team, and the locale are again within hailing distance of the Ohloagos, who went down before the Washing ton. After yesterday's double defeat ans talned by the Cincinnati at the hand of the Philadelphia, there l ererr reaeon to believe that the final struggle for the ebamplonehlp will He between the Boetona and Baltimore. Both leader won yeaterday. the Boetona find ing the lively LouIsyIII players ear prey, while Hanlon'a man beat the Cleveland. Fifty -f , eeven polnl now divide the Boetona and Cin cinnati, while the Baltimore are twenty-one point behind the Rub player, leading the I Cincinnati by thirty-ati point for second Place. The patohed-up Brooklyn team were lucky to break even with the PltUburga in two game played at Washington Park. The reiulta: New Tork, 1; St. Loul, l. Brooklyn, 11: PitUburt, in (first gntni Pilastmrg. g; Brooklyn, 3 (second gain). Philadelphia. ; Cincinnati, 0 (first gam). kUadalphla. ; Cincinnati, 1 (second game.) Boston. 7; Loruavlll. 1. BaiUmor, 13; Cleveland, . Washington, ; Chicago, a. Tgg BBOOBD. CTsjee. WMi.Latt.Caal. Clubt Won. Lail. Ctni. a r Boston St 44 .eehlladlphl.fl4 Bl .613 Baltlmr....81 4 .ens Pltuburg e .MM Cincinnati.... SO 68 .BOJ LouisvilIs....5T 78 .48 Clev.laad ... 74 84 .678 Brooklyn ... .41 74 .8UB - a Chicago 73 no .848 Washington .4$ 87 .881 Now York ...70 00 .588 Bt Louis 84 M .303 HBW TOM. 2: BT. LOUIB. 1. It was a pitchers' battle at the Polo Ground yesterday, and Seymour carried off the bulk of the honors. A very small crowd turned out. and there waa little or no enthusiasm. Sey mour held the St. Louis Browns down to two singles and a run which would not have been scored If Grarly had caught Btonrol's fly In the eighth Inning. Seymour also had the honor of triklng out eight men and scoring tbe winning run in the seventh by lining a two-bagger to left, taking third on Tucker's error, and count ing on Warner' force. Just why tbe Browns did not play for the plate in this Instance Is be . ' yond comprehension. Grady scored the other '4 tun for the New York In the fourth Inning on a nit. an out, a fine steal nf third, and Oleaaon'a ingle. Hugliey pitched splendidly, but he was handicapped by his team's light hitting. The fielding on both sides waa brilliant. Foster and Warner making star plays. Tbe score: MEW TORI. I IT. I OIT1S. a. r. r.o. a.z.I a. a . ro. a. . VHsltren.lf u 3 10 O Dowrt. rf. . . . . O 0 3 0 0 peril, M....0 1 4 3 1 Sunxel, of..l 0 0 0 0 Doyle, lb o own O Harley, U....0 0800 Grady, rf 1 110 3 Cross. 8b. . . n 10 3 0 Seymour, p.l 114 u Sugden.c. . ti 1 6 o O wteapa, 30.0 113 o ouinn, 2b .11 0 a a o Foster. ;tl. . .0 1 o 3 1 Tucker, lb.. 0 o 11 o 1 Warner, 0...0 080 " Smith. ... .0 0340 Gettig, rf.. .0 0 10 0 Hilghey, p. .11 0 0 0 0 Clements. ..o 0 0 0 0 Total 3 7 37 10 4 Total! 1 3 34 13 1 Batted for Hughsy. NewYnrk O o o 1 0 O 1 n ..a -. a St. Louis O 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 Twn-baaa t.ita Davis, Seymour. Stolen bases--Vah Haltren, Urtdy. First base uu errors New York. 1 . Si. Louis, .-. First base on balls on" He - znour, 3. Htrurk out By Seymour, N; by llughey. 3. Left ou busea New York, 4; Bt. Louis, . Double play Quinn, Hmliu and Tucker. Wild in. dim Bymour, 2. Tiuio 1 hour and a; inlnutrs. Umpire Warner. Ax.lalsnt Swsrtsou.l. Altendao.es 460. BKOOKL1N. 11; rlTTBUruU. 10-FIRST (11111. The Plttcburgs and Brooklyn Indulged in a double homier nnd broke even at Washington Park yesterday afternoon. Considering that J the home team was without n regular third 1 baaemnn and eentn? llelder, thi'OOu spectators were satisfied. The first ganie seemed hope- lessly lust when the Brooklyn took their eighth turn ut the tat, but by driving Tunne- hill's curves to safe territory they tied the score. After the I'ltt burgs hud broken the tie In the ninth Inning, the Hrouklvns pulled , out a victory. Gray tried to repeat Ills bull- Isr , dozing tactics ol last Kuturiluy, but came to Hw grief. Umpiri Hunt ordering Inm to the bench. ii he first game consumeu so much time that only five innings of the second contest could be played. Miller lacked control and was hit hard when he succeeded in finding the plate. Two double plays by the home team were timely and kept the visitors' score down. Dunn's pretty throw from deep centre field, which doubled up MoOreery nt third, wa oneof the feature. Hulliuan ulso made a lew good stops. Tho scores: iisouxi.tn. I iinsiuau. a. u. ro. a. r. a. h. rn. a. z. Dunn. if 3 1 O 11 M C ry. rf,ct3 3 a O 0 Jond.rf 1 4 1 O o o linen., Mho 3 1 3 11 HmiUl, It..,.? 1 O 0 McCarthy. ll.o 3 10 0 Ualliuali.3b.il 3 3 H 1 Clark, lb. .. .3 I 7 II O ItageOBi a . 1 1 :. 8 I dray, ab 1 I 0 -J 0 Lachance.lbl a 10 3 0 Donovan, rf. 1 2 3 o 11 Ryan, 8b I 1 1 1 0 Padden, 3b.. 1 o 8 ft 3 Grim, c 1 3 4 3 n'hvhriver, c I 1 a 11 I Yeager. p.. .0 o o 3 0 Ely. ss. 1 14 3 1 McKenus, p.J 3 0 1 u T.nnchill, p.l 3 0 3 0 TotaU.. ..Jl IV 3723 2 ToUls . IO 1434 18 No one out when winning- run was scored. Brooklyn 1 8 o O O o o 8 311 Pittsburg 1 3 I 3 a 0 o o 110 First base on arrora Brooklyn, 3; Pittsburg-, I. Left on bases Brooklyn, la: Pittsburg, 8. lline base hits fluiith. Lacliunce (3). Clark. Two-base hits Kr.iith. O'Brien, dray, TanneMll. Base hits Off Yasser, 4 la a Innings: ntf Mi-hi-nua.il In 7 Innings. Rtolen base Jones. I atcliaurp, Gray. HscrlBre bit O'Brien. Double plays Hall njau. Mag-oon. and Lacbanie i3): Hslluian, Orini.and Lacbanee. Fit base on bulla off Yeag.r, 1 ; off ktc lUnna, ft; otr Tannablll, 1. Struck nut By McKanna, li by Tannebill, 3. UU by pitcher Juiiea, Padden. Pas-mi balls Grim. I; Hchrlvar, 1. Umpire Don Dolly. Assistant Hunt. Time 3 boars and 30 i minutes. 1 PITTHBUBO, 0; BBOOELTN 2 SECOND OAMg. aauozLVfc'. I rrmauao. a. u. ro. a. r. a. a. ro. a. . Iiiiuii, cr .0 0 1 J 0 MrCrsery.i-f I 11 0 0 O Jcnns, rf. o 3 0 o o O'Brien, cf.l 1000 bnnth. it 0 10 0 3 MiCarthy.lf 3 13 0 0 a M , Hsllnjsn, 3b.o I 11 4 O Clark, lb. .. 1 1 H o 0 I ' Ifagnon, as O 0 3 0 1 (iisy. Bb . 1 3 110 Jjn I anie. Ilsi II M 0 0 l'adilen.3b 11 3 I H 0 Brag, 8b.. ..0 o 1 3 1 t. iinver.i- o o 4 o 11 (Inm. i' 3 3 8 I O-Ely.as o o 1 3 O Miller, p. ...0 0 0 3 OjOardnsr, p .0 0 i) 0 0 Totals 2 8 18 10 41 Totals U 7 1ft 8 0 Jrooklyn 0 n I o 13. ictabunr 11 o 11 4 M 1 First baa on errors PHtaburg. 3. Laft on bases I Hrneklyn, 4: Plttsbura. 4. Throe-tiaas blts-Orim, Padden. Two-base blia- Oriin. Clark. Biolen baae Bntttb. Bai-iiili'd hit-Clark. Double ulna Dunn I and Ityan; Uallmsn auti l.ai-baui--. First base on balls- Off Miller. 4 Btruek out-By Miller. 1; by na.dm.-r, 4. I'nipira Connolly. Assistant Huul. Time I hour and 7 minutes. Attendance -iiini. I'lin.Aiii'.i.i-tiiA, 8; ciMCfMMATi, Q riasT oamr. I - PHiLAUaxriiiA, Bepi. IK. Tbe Pliiladelphlaa played 8 rand ball this afternoon, both at tbe but uud in tbe eld, and won two games from Cincinnati. The vls atgsa.; - Horn could do nothing Willi Mr. 1,1. deliver)', while V the loi-ala hat! 110 trouble 111 bitting Bn-itenstclli. f But for wild throw by Cross in the second game H tUs Bad would have auataincd two cuiisoutlve abut ff out. A it was, tbi-y were retired for Bftaeu coossc- , utive Innings without counting. Hill was wofully H wild In thsasi-nud gaiue. asiidiuglen iiii-ii to nisi on V ball.. Attaudauc 4,8411. Tbe score: ruii.Abgi.ruu. 1 iiKcisHAri a. H. sx. a.g.l b. a.ro. a. z. I Cooler, rf ..! 4 2 0 (1 M Brid. . cf.n 0 1 11 O Douglass. lb. I J H 0 n Woo.I, 0 010 D.-irlianty, Ul 3 3 I n Htsintcldt.lf .0 3 10 0 lajole, 3b 11 0 6 6 0 Corcoran, aa.u 114 1 l-llck, rf... .1 3 3 I 1 Miller, rf. .. 0 0 3 3 0 lander, 9b 2 3 8 0 olMcPbse, 3b..O 14 10 McFarland.cO I 4 o o Vaughn. 11,.. 0 o 10 0 0 1 .oas. as. ...11 I 1 8 0 Irwin, 8b .0 O 0 3 11 lifleld, v o 0 0 0 0 Bral'aUlB, p.O 10 4 0 Tolala 8183710 l' Totals ,0 & 34 14 1 I'lilladalpbia I 10 0 0 6 10 8 Unalnnati 0 0 0 O 0 o 0 o 0-0 Two-base bit Cooler, Delebsnty, Breitauatcln. lraa-baa bit Lauder. Haeriflo bita Douais... McYarlaad. Stolen bass-Dslshauly. Laftoabaaas Pbjladelphls, 4: ClncluuaU, 4. Struck out-By Kinald. 3: by BrelUnaleln. 8. Donbl plays Miller Iand Vaughn: Oorcorsn and Vaughn; Oross, Lsjols , and Douglas. First base oa error-Cincinnati. Fust ' has. on Balls -Off KiBi Id, I. off Breliensuiu, 3. Hit by pitcher Fillild. Wild pitch- Bmitsnstelu. I'm mres-K.uislI and Smith. Tiui-Ona bour and furir-gve minute. rnii-AUZLruiA. ft; cihcukati, 1 aacoan oahb. ranunscrsu 1 cisciksati. a. a. ro. a. z. a. g. ro.A. . Cool, at. . . 1 I 1 0 0 Mi-Brld., rf.o 0 10 0 I'oimlass.lb.O 0 14 0 11 Wood, e 0 1 ft o I lieleTialJly.lf3 3 8 0 1 htelnfelilt.lf. 1 12 0 0 l-ajnis, 3D. 2 1 8 4 n Corcoran, as o 12 2 1 I lick, rf 8 3 0 o o Mlllrr. rf. 0 0400 y Under. b 0 0 8ft 0 McPhse, 3b.u 1 8 1 o MTarland.i.l I 1 0 n Vaughn, lb .0 1 ft 0 o I'roM.as 0 0 3 6 1 Iimiii. ab . o o 2 3 I lionnnue, p.O 0 0 3 0 Hill, p 01040 Totals. 11 7 37 18 3 totals... 1 1134 U 8 I hliaOlphU. O o 0 0 1 3 3 4 - 1 iii.-uinail 0 O II 0 O (l 1 o 0-1 Two baa hit -Flick. BacriBce hit -Cross. Hiol.n lasa Dtlehanty- L-ft on btaaa Philadelphia. Hi; 4 ll.clunatl. 4. Htriu-k oiil By Hill, a, by rionoliiif. 1 Double plys Lajoie, Cross, and Douglass rjp; a , I ajoi and Douglas., First baa on srroia- 1'hlla I delplua. 3;aiiclunaU, 2. First bass on balls-fig Hill, 10; on Pnnobue, 1. Wild ultrh -Hill. I'm 1 r. a- smith and Kuiahs. Tliua-1 hour and 46 min utes. goal os, 7; ujuiskuz, I. or I iu'Tlle' bias el iiie game to jay, saVPilvBa ut ball and taay eoiud do nothing ullhklalii- ton hit Mge hard at all slags of the gams, Collin and Long excelling. The scon: aoarow. 1 lavtnsvn.T.. a. a. ro. a. a. a. a. ro.A.. Hamilton. cf.l 0 10 0 Clarke. lf...o 11 a 11 11 Tnney, lb.,1 2 1 0 Hoy, c. o 12 0 0 !nt.ss I b 4 2 0Hanrrii.rr.il 1100 Lows, 3b. ...1 034 oWgnr,b.o 11 I 2 o Collins. 8b. 2 4 0 0 0 Decker, lb 11 OKI O O "sbl.rf 0 020 o Hltchsy, 3b..O 0 1 0 Ih.rwaii, .-.. ..o 3 g 1 o Cllngroan, ssl 1 4 4 o ufr,U 1 (10 0 eUttSdge, 0..0 1111 Willis, p A 0 0 3 n Mu, I' 0 0 0 3 0 Taylor 0 o o O o lotals 7 117 10 0 Total 1 34il 1 Batted for Mag in the ninth Inalng. Boston 4 0 0 0 I 1 1 .. T LnuiavlU 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 01 Two-baa hits Tsnnsr (3, Collins. Three baa alt Hot. Btolsn baae Clarke. First ba on balls Off Willis. 1 ; off Msge. 7. Struck oatBy Willis, ft; by Mages, 1. Double plays-Willis, Loaa and Tsn ney; Lowe, Long and Tenney. Lft ou oaaea Bos ton, 11; I-oul. rills 1. tlmplrsa Oaffnar and Mr Donald. Tim 1 hour and 8ft minutes. Attend ance, 1,600. BALTIHOnZ, 12; CI.ltTZI.Arin, 8. Bai.tihoiik. Hi-pt. in. The Orioles found Fraier easy to dsr, sua batted the ball all 01 er th lot. Mkiil waa also hit hsid In the fifth snd ssrsnth In nings. The hitting of galley and Holmes waa the f. -autre. Th score: Al.TlatriK. cl.zvzl.AXn. a. a. ro. a. a. a. h. ro, a. a. McOraw, ab.il 108 o llurkett, cf . . 1 1 1 0 0 Kerlsr. rf ..a a 1 o oCrlaar.o 1 3 4 8 0 Jennings, sa. 2 2 2 1 o'McKesu, .. .0 O43o Kelley, If.. 3 6 8 0 lWallsce.ab.il 11 II 1 o MoOann, lb.1 ISO 11 'O'Connor, lbl 3710 Holmes, ef.l 4 3 0 1 Heirinek, If. 1 1110 Deniout, 3b o 0 4 4 3,'J'sbesu. 2b. . 1 18 2 0 atoblnson.cn 3 S 0 O'Blske, rf 1 1 0 1 o Manl.p 1 0 0 1 OJFraier, P....0 118 0 ToUl ...13 17 24 B 4I Total 8 83417 O Baltimore 1 0 0 14 0 0 ft Is Cleveland. 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 8 First base en error Cleveland. Laft on basss Baltimore, 7 Cleveland. 8. First bass on ball Off Maul, l;offJfrr, 7. Btraok out-By MauL lj by Fraier. 8. Thrasebja bita-MoOann. BUks, Holms. Two-baas blU-Tsbeau. Kelloy, Jannlnga, Crsigsr. Stolen baaea-McOraw. Jennings, Kalley, Boblnson. Double play Tabeau and O'Connor. Hit by pltcber By Fraier. 8. Umpire-O'Day. Attandanca 3,42. Tim 3 bour and 6 minutes. wasuisoto. S; owiCAOO, 5, Waisotos, Sept. 18. Wood was knocked all over tbe lot today and Thornton replaced him in tb fifth. Freeman, the new outfielder from Toronto, mad pair of home runs and a two-bggr. Dshlen was benched by Andrews for questioning a decielon. Oatans, the shortflehlcr purchaaed from Toronto, ar rives to-morrow and will make hla debut aa t Sen ator in to-morrow's game. The score: WASBISOTOS. CWICAOO. a. b. ro. a. . a. a. ro. a. a. Raits, 3b....l 0 8ft 1 Bysn. rf 2 3400 Anderson, lf.3 2 10 o Green, if 1 3 0 10 Csy,8b....l 10 8 0 M'Cor'rk.nb.O 0 110 Freeman, rf.3 8 0 0 0 Dahlen. aa...o 0 110 Bmlth, M...0 SIS OMertas, ss...0 0000 Oettman, cf.O 0 0 0 o Kverltt, lb.O 1 V 0 0 Carr, lb 0 IIS 0 o I.ange, cf....l 3 4 0 0 Dlnsen,p...l 10 3 0 Connor, 2b.. 0 0 110 FarraU,o 1 3 8 0 1 Nichols. 0....0 0 3 0 0 Woods, p.... 0 0 0 3 0 Total.... 8182818 3 tPhyl 0 0 0 0 0 Thornton, p.l 0 1 1 0 Totals.... (lit 7 0 Kveritt out for Interference. tUstted for Wood in the fourth Inning. Washington 3 118 0 10 08 Chicago 0 110 0 0 3 O 0 First base on rror Chicago. Laft on bases Washington, 8: Chicago, 7. First bass on ball Off Dinsen, 8; off Thornton, 1. Struck out By Diueeii, 6; by Thornton, 1. Uome runs Freemsn 13), Ander son. Three-bsso hit Dlneen. Two-bass hits An derson, Freeman. Farrell. Sacrifice bits Relu, Mi Cormiek. Stolen bases Smith, Byan. Green. Lange (3), Connor. Double plays Dlneen, Smith and Carr; Casey, Keltr. and Can-; Green, lishleu and Kveritt. Hit by pitcher By Woods. Umpires Brown snd An drews. Tim 3 hours. Other Games. AT M1CHMAM COT tOatt SAUZ. a. 11. a. Chicago Unions.... 0 O 0 0 0 1 4 0 0-6 8 3 Cuban X Glante.. u 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 08 6 3 Batteries Buckner and Foots; Boblnson and Wil liams. COOim OAKS. a. m. r. CubsnIGIants.il 10 0 0 0 18 O 11 1ft 4 Chicago Unions. 8 2 0 0 U 1 O O 010 18 8 Batteries Holland, Jon, and Jackson: Nelaon and William. ilaseall Games Tu-Ilay. M I lONAl. LZAOUK ANO ASTKBICAH ASSOCIATION. St. Louis at Now York: Pittsburg at Brooklyn: Jjiul.ville at Boston: Clevelsud at Baltimore; Chi cago at Washington; Cincinnati at Philadelphia. Baseball Note. W. J. B. No. C. P. Cadley.-It la a draw. kswon, who pitched in the New York Stats J.esgue. has been secured by th New York Club. , Twelve game, were won snd vd runs scored by tbe Bostoiia in the scries again.it St. Louis, the latter winning twice and scoring 46 times. While the Cleveland defeated the Washington, in twslve of til fourteen games played between tbe two teams, Tebeau's players bad no easy time with the Senators, aa the Western men won all but one of tbe twelve games by 4 or lea rune. All told ths Clev elands scored 84 runs snd the Washingtons 64. Noarout, Vs., Sept. IS. A meeting of the bsaeball managers of Virginia waa held to-day at the Atlantic Hotel here. W. H. Bradley of Richmond, I,. Lazarus of Petersburg, William Brady of Portsmouth and llui-vey Cunningham of Norfolk were present. Ths old State League waa revived and it 1 doubtful if any of the Virginia cities will be members of th At lantic League next season. An unprofitable season led to tb action of to-day. Nothing decisive, it is said, was dons except a to th formation of a State league. The meeting, however, waa not public, and unly by authority of the managers is this report of the proceeding made. ATHLETIC. Annual Meeting of tbe A. A. I . Metropoli tan Aa.oriatlon. The annual meeting of the Metropolitan As sociation of the A. A. U. was held at the Astor House last night. The following clubs an swered the roll call: New Jersey A. C, Knickerbocker A. C, Fourth Regiment A. A., New West Sids A. C. Metropolitan Insurance A. A., St. George A. C, New York Turn Verein, New York A. C, Anchor A. 0 Catholic Club of Jersey City, Star A. O.1 National Turn Versln of Newark. Elmira A. C. Bay Bldge A. C, Pastime A C, National A C, Brooklyn A. C, Xavlcr A. A. The Treasurer's report showed that though the registration rule muy have detruded from the number of entries In games it lias certainly produced a benellclul change in the Unsocial position of the association. The receipts for the year reached the handsome llgurcs of $1.174. Mil, while the expenses have been limited to 7K.'t.'J8. This leaves a balance of $:i il.fiM to be doToted to tho furtherance of athletics In this district during the ensuing BUUSOIl- John V. Boyle of the Pastime At lilt-tin Club then raised the uueatiuu of the evening. As President of the J'ast line Athletic Club, lie re ported that his organization, uu Incorporated club, bad applied to the Bourd of Police I'om misnioners for u license to holtiumuteur boxing com polit lone, and the application had been returned marked "Denied. ' without any explanation or reason uttuched. The 1'kh- llmu ..lirnui,lilullln uuloiil I In, ..,., i 1 ,, to take measures to uscertnln if it duly organ ized and lncorisiruied amatour athletic club had any rights under the Uoitou law. lie wished the association to make a test case by having one of its mum burs upply for a license to hold boxing bout, and if denied to carry the case to the Supreme Court for decision. The members appointed the following commit tee to Investigate the status ol amateur clubs under the Horliin law: Bartow H. Weeks, John 1'. Boyle, H. Obcrtuliessing, ami J. J. Krawley. The meeting adopted tbe constitution of the Bssoclatiou as revised oytlmA. A. U. Board of Governor, which stipulated that the number ul members of the Board of Manugers of the Metropolitan Association should In future be fifteen instead of twcnty-iouc. This action shut out a number of would-be maguutes, but alter nomination were closed 1 he following passed successfully through the ordeal of elec tion : J.K. Sullivan, New Jersey A. C; J. J. Frswley, Knickerbocker A. 0.1 J. P. Boyle, Pastime A. C.I Bar tow H. Weeks, New York A. C; T. F. U'Urien, t:tho- llc Club, J. (.; H. Ubertubesslug, New West Side A. "'.; W. It. Quick, Metropolitan Insurance A. A.: F. W. Dllblsii. HI. lleorge A C. . George Uufiluan, Aui llnr A. 0.1 John Jritcil, New York Tin 11 Verein; (l. J, lit gerald, Sur A. C; B.F.Moore, Fuurth Begliuent A. A.; John J. Dixon, National AC T. 11. Swecuey. Brooklyn A. C, ami 1. T. Dueling, Xavler A. A. The Important positions of delegates to the A. A. V, were filled as follows: Itrgulsis Jan.ca K. Sullivan, Bartow S. Wseks, Jsutes J. Frswley, H. Obertubesalng, T. F. O'Brien, and T. H. Sweeney. Alternates J. T. Dooliug, G.J. Kitg.-isbl, F. W.Kubssn, J.8U1I, G. B. M. Hehuru. and M. A. tinning. The new board convened after the annual meeting. In conformity with the revised con stitution, tho office of Treasurer was merged with that of riectetary. A vote of thanks wss luissciii to John sten. who Inn, had charge of the lluances of the association for years, 'the following officers were elected: James K. Sul livan, President I Bartow K. Weeks, Vice-President ; John J Dixon, Hecretary-Trcusurnr. Boston, Held. 1U. At u meeting 10 night of tbe Board ot Manugers of the Sow Kiiglaml As ; stH'iiitlon of the Athleile UiiIuii it wu voted to instruct the New I'.nglnnd ilelcgulcs to the an nual nicntliigin Sow loik louse their iiiiiiion.-e toward the ul.i.liii.nioi the reglstrullon nysicm. or. at leaet. a reduction ol the registration lea from SI to ' cunts. 1 lie following delegates Sen- eiected 10 go In New Tork: jj, K. liabli. 1 liosii Athletic t lub; the Hon. Joseph A. Mc Cabe. 1-jist lii.slon A. A ; J Morse, Newton A. A-: r. jr. still) . tjimbrldgepori Gymnasium A. A ; J. I. lacey, 1 Uerside A. A.; Jl. K. Adams. Newtown A. A. 1 he three flist named ure th association's preference for serviu ou the Na tional Board ol Managers. Ilssebsll, Polo Ground., To-Day, gigo P. M. Ht. Loul . Nsw aerk. Adui. tVuc.-AtsJ. Maswkiall, Wasaiuatua Park, gigs), Ta-Day. Baovklya vs. Pittsburg. Axtu. 78, go, law.-atasx. ALPEN'S YOUTHFUL STAKES. THlf tri.KTHVHMAirX CBACK AN KJMT H fysltlt AT aRAVKHKHH. Briar Aweet Prove Too Good for Irish steel In a Oraad Rare l. Alnnatte Shows Flaah of Har Two-Vaar-Old Form Prompt Start anal Satisfactory Hawing. Something approaching a record la ths mat tar of promptness wag established by the tart er at Qraveaend track yesterday afternoon. Kaon Held waa despatched without delay and the candidate for the last race war in front of the barrier at 4:90 o'olook. The weather was faultless for an outing and a crowd of average proportions visited the Brooklyn Jockey Club's popular Inoloeure. Three favorite got home in front and two of the other race went to well Played second choloes. Clawson piloted two winners : Haher a first and two seconds : Spen cer, ono first, one second and one third : Burns. one first and one third, and Llttlefleld one first, so that the rival jookeys farad almost aa wall aa speculative patrons. Chief interest centred In the Toutbful BtaksB. a selling dash ot five and a half fur longs for two-year-olds. Nine youngsters ao oepted the Issue, and Alpen. with Maher up, ruled a strong favorite, with King Barleycorn next in demand. The Flelsohmann colt slipped his field after two furlongs, and won easily by a length from Lady Liiidsey, who waa four lengths olear ot Hr. Pblnisy. The latter only got up in time to beat Satirist a bead. Ueneral attention was also focused on ths one-mile race for mares of all age, a it brought together the two great rival. Irish Heel and Briar Sweet, as wall aa Alloa Farley and Fast Blaok. Admirers of Briar Bweat wars agreeably surprised to And that they could secure 4 to 5 for their money, aa Irish Baal, with a three-pound pull on the scale weights, had a strong following, who played her down from 8 to & to 0 to 5. Burns at onoe took the crack Sir Modred Ally out and let her race along In front to the laat furlong pole. Here Irish Keel, who had been waiting In sec ond place, made her bid, and drew up almost level, but Briar Sweet rallied gamely under Bumis'h vigorous rousing, and won by a length and a half. Alice Farley showed no speed to the stretch, but she then came along and easily beat Fast Black for third money. The winner reeled oil her mile in 1:41. the fastest timsof the meeting, and she is regarded as one of the best Mill seen out In reoont years. This mado her eighth successive vlotory. Wholesale withdrawals reduced the field for the first race to four, and of these Frestldlglta trice was played to odds-op. She made all the running, but tired toward the end, and only suueczed home a heau In front of Bangor, on whom .Maher made a desperate bid. An aver age field of ten turned out for the all-aged han dicap at a mile, and despite his weak pipes, Murlllo was heavily played to win. Fila ment made the running for a quarter, when Sensational rushed past. Be led almost to the wire, but In the final drive Fonsovunnsh got up and won by a neck. Ban sstar ran away from his field in the fifth race, and won easily by two lengths from The Win ner, on whom Pittsburg Phil made oneof his typical plunges. Tbe closing event developed into a granddrlve home between half a dozen sprinters, but laat year's Futurity winner, L Alouette, managed to pull through by half a length. The others were necks apart. Burn to ary: riBBT SACg. For two-year-olds which have not won 1780: 8800 added, ot which lou to sscond and 880 to third: weights .even pounds below seal: non-winners of Shoo allowed eeven pounds: five furlongs: A. H. g D. H. Morris's b. t. Prsstldigmttrlo. by Springfield Active, 113 iLlttleBeldl 1 James Galway's ch. c. Bangur, 10 (Maher) 3 J. D. Smith's b.f. Full Drs, 106 (Spencer) 8 Boss O'Lat- also ran. Time, 1 :03. netting Ten to 7 on l're.tldlgitatrioe, 8 to 1 against Bangur, 8 to 1 Full lire.., IB to 1 lto.e U'Lo. 8ICOND BACB. Handicap; for all ages; 1 10 each, It forfeit, to ths winner; 87ou added, of which 8138 to second and 87u to third; one mile: W. A. Plnkertou's b. c. Fonsevannb, a, by Foaso Savannah. 118 i Claw. on i 1 W. C, Daly's b. g. Sensational, 3, 107 (O'Connor) . . . 3 P. S. P. Ilaudolph'a b. o. Fllaiuaut. a. vs iMakin). . . 8 Miiriha II., I.eedi-ville, Glouolue, Murlllo, Leandu, Winepress and Kilt also ran. Time, 1.484. Betting Six to 1 against Fonsovannab, B to 1 Sen sational ami LsedsvTlls couplsd ss W. C. Daly's en try, 10 to 1 Filament. 7 to 1 Martha II., 12 to l (ihiiinliie, 7 to 8 Murlllo, 10 to 1 I-eandu, Id to 1 Winepress, 38 to 1 Kilt. TH1BD BACK. The Youthful Stakes, for two-year old.; r,o each. I.', forfeit, In tbe winner; 81,000 added, of which 830O to second, snd gloo to third: selling; penalties and allowances; flvsaud a half furlongs: C. Flelscbmsuu's Sons' ch. c. Alpen, by Sir Dlxon- Alpeiia, 105 1 Maher) 1 J. McLaughlin's b. f. Lady IJndsey, 7 (O'Connor). 2 V. Wslxer's ch. c. Mr. l'himr.y, loo lO'Lesry) 8 Oration. Helen Thomas, Satirist, Turvey Drop, King Barleycorn and Duke of MiddleburgU also ran. Time, 1 us),. Betting Six to 8 against Alpen, Id to 1 Lady Llnd sey, lr, to 1 Mr. Phlnisy. Id to I OraUou, an to i Helen Thomas. 8 to 1 Satirist, an to 1 Turvey Drop, u to d King Barlsycorn, 3d to 1 Duke of MiddleburgU. POUBTB BACK. Tor mare, of all ug; tiloo added, of which 1100 to second snd B0 to third: two-year-olds to carry Bo pounds, three-year-olds 114 pounds, four-year-old snd upward 130 pouuds; one mil: w B. Jauniuga'a ch. f. Briar bweet. 8, by Sir Modred-Sweet Briar, 114 (Bum)., 1 c. Flslschniauu'a Sons' cb. in. Irish Heel, 8, ISO (Maher) , 3 Mrs. 1. D. Gray'a ch. f. Alice l'rley, 8. 11 (Lewis). 8 t sat Black also ran. Time. 1:41. Belting Five to 4 on Briar Sweat, 8 to 8 glnt Dish Heel, 3o to 1 Alice Fai ley , bo to 1 Faat Buck. FIFTH KACB. Fur three-year-olds and upward which have not won M, nun in iMim; 8oo added, of which SloO to second and i'-o to third; weights flvs pounds below th seals; non-winning allowances; one mil and a slxleuntb: W. 11. Clark's cb. c. Banaatar, a, by Fsrsndols- Blessiug, 100 tCIawsou) 1 G. K. Smith's b. h. The Winner, d, ion (Suencer)... 2 J. W. Schorr t Sou's br. c. Macy, 4, 1 31 (Burns). . . . a Clouallla also ran. Time, 1:47K. Betting Two to l sgsiust Banaatar, 8 to B Th Winner, l to 1 Many, u to 7 clouaills. SIXTH hack. Salliug; for three -yaar-olds and upward; 8B0O added; of which Itiu to second, ud 80 to third; penalties suit allowances; six furlongs: li T. Wilson's b. f. L' Alouette, U, by Kinglike Jullutte, 111 (Spencer) 1 M. Chancy' br. m. Lambeut, 6, lid (Taral) S Mrs. Hyrou MiClellsnd's b. u. Macao, 4, 110 (Dog- gelti 8 Moineutuni; blarney stone. Tiemsrgo, Tom Collins, Usolou, Csmpsuift, Ortolsud snd Kltcfoot also ran. llloe, i.i:,l. Betting Right to 1 against L'Alouett, 4 to 1 Lam beut, U to 1 Msceo, 80 to 1 Momentum. 10 to 1 lilar neyatone, 3d to 1 Tremargo, 7 to 3 Tom Colhns, 10 to 1 ltanlun, 100 to 1 campaula, 40 to 1 Urtoland, 13 to 1 Kin foot. The entries for to-day's races are as follows : First Bacs For filllsa two rears old which have not wun 8700: with Buo addsd: penalties: to carry 110 pounds; live and half furlong: Iucsndcent 110 Bell of H no Klterveacelit. 1 in Frances Booker 110 lb.se May I lo Amir 110 land ii In 1 1 o : sombre l in Lady in Blue nolGaas no becond lic For three) ear-old and upward which hve not wou since Aug. 33; selling; with 8800 added; allowance; one mile and sixteenth: liana ell Ill Arquabu 1,08 Doggett 110 High Priest lot Knight of the Garter.. Ion Tinge 101 Headlight 11 lot! Nosey luO Her own 108 Lady Ulailtln pg Faidsavor ma Hani. bed ;., Churelllua loa Octave In Mount Washington, .lost Third Rao For two-year-old.; handicap; with 8700 added; all furlong: O leuheiiu 13d Gen. Hhaf tat 108 It usher 1 1 ,'i Di mil lieer 104 .Mi. id-1 1 u I in . unci a 103 l-'i.at Black IIIH Jean Iligeluw US Kxreptlnn 105 Be lie orfroy yf Fouith Hare Ths Greenfield Stakes; for three-year-olds; with i. ooo added; Billing allowances; six furlongs: George Keen Ill High Jink 101 Lillian Belle log Handnress lol ht. Callatlue lod Flax Splnnsr 101 Loiterer iod Hlamey atone 101 Mias 'fenny loa Keuuior (fuwn uu I.cniiop iogi Tabouret gg Fifth ilace -For sll sgss; handicap; with 800 added; una mils and a furlong: Algol 188 Geisha log White Frost 138 SirGawaln 104 Unrolled 117 Bamiuo II on Handball lis Marslan uo George Keens 110 Lady Marian 86 Bon lie loul Sixth hace For three year olds which bar not won 8750 In lend, with SHOO added, colt, to carry 115 pounds, fillies and geldings 113 pounds; winners of three races tu lSbS to cairysevsu pounds addi tional, one mile and a sixteenth: Glouoine 1 1 r.iFlrearm ill t nsrd 1 1 dlFruett 113 The Winner at Port r.rl. Ui inm, Sept. IK. Ths hookmakaia' aar aaged bitterly at loll rj-n today lloil McMalmii iiaul ..(."ii for the i i. liiam bunk privilege, but Ben Talk got bold of tbe iioi .at bi ok box and i.e. an in heist ths odds. Then M Male n began taking dollar bets, ami Ibe public got the l.ciiLlitoi the best odu. si en Slues the syndliauj book opened here. In the fourth race Triune appeared pi bavs won, and the occupanta of the grand stand aald very demonstratively that ha bad wou, but the Judges gave first money to Giaa-iii-i in, earning a atorni of Biases and many protests. Summary; First Baee Due uil-Infllca, UA (Troxlar), 30 to 1, won; Amu Twlor. 85 (Sturk), 8 to 1, second. Guilder. 87 (Vitiate), 15 to 1 third. Tim. 1I4BM- Second Bace-rtv. furlongs Bridal Tour, t" t ' 1, SMond: PnrseB, 108 (Forbw), 10 tn 1, third. Time. 1:17. Fourth Baee Five furbvngs-olssnevin, 100 (Songwr). 4 to l. won: Triune, lor. (VittaUie), even, sscond; Wait a Bit. 100 (Mason), 8 to 1, third. Time, 1 :OSM. Fifth Bare Raven furlong Demosthenes, J no (Bergen), even, woni Can I See Fin. to (lines), 314 lo I, second: Stone Fence, Bd (Mss-vn). 10 to I, third. Tims, l:8i. Sixth Ilace S.vsn furlongs KUsmers. 105 (Hhsr Isnd). S to 1, won; Confession, 104 (Mason), 3 to 1, ?icond; Bar! Fonso, 104 iValenUnei, 4 to 1. third. Ira, 1:83. Tbe Raring at Newport. CtwriB ati, Sept. IB. A fr gats for women draw a bvrg attendance at Newport to-day, bnt only svn bookmaker, two 1 than heretofore, drew In. Cn dsdss atumblad and threw Rrittoo in tn second race. Britton w tunned, but roovrd In time to rid In tbe neitrsce. Four fvorlt, oncond choice. nd one long shot won. Bnmmsrisa: Flrrt Bavm Sit furlong-Mound City 108 (Gll rnor), 8 to 5, won; Ds.haway. 108 (0. Thump. on), 7 to 1, reond;Cnnn Doyls. 108 (Southard), 80 to 1, third. Tim. 1:1414. Second Kara FIt furlong Eberhrt, 110 (Mathews), S to 1, won: I'ndue, 110 iMurrl.nn), 8 to 1. second; Prss Kimball, 110 (Overton). I to 1, third. Time, l:OS. Third Haee One mile Tom Klngslsy, 107 iR-mth-rd), 8 to 8, won; Bnn Jour, low dliltton), 3 to 1, second; I.ihsdon, 101 (tjleaaon), 1 to i, third. Tlhie. 1:411. Fourth Race On mile end an iighth-Bnyal Choice, 10B (Van Dusen), B to 1. wflh; Cains, 108 i Mathews), 8 to 1, second; Hungry Bill, 108 (Hughes), 8 to 1. third. Time. 1:5U. Fifth Race Five and a naif furlongs Yakima, p. (Southsrd), 5 to 1, won; Aureole. 108 iMatbsws), 4 to 1, .econd: Francis B., 108 (Oilmorei, 8 to 1, third. Time, I:0H. Sixth Rac On mils and an eighth Helen H. Gardner, 108 (Narrserl 10 to 1, Won: Kvellne. loll (Mtthewa). 7 tn ft, second; Rifle, 108 (Morrison), 16 to 1, third. Tim. 1:541. Th Results at Harlem. Obicaoo, gept. in -Hsrlsni opened for a twe weeks' meeting to-day, and largs crowd wlcomd th return to track where the recall flag is used. Iran won th feature event th Austin suites, seven furlongs, conceding weight. to good horse and pass ing the wire galloping. The value of the rso was 81,400 Bet. Westbsr clear, track good. Summsry: First Race On mil nd twenty yards Ss litems, 104 (Rulter), 7 to 1, won: Inconstancy. 104 (J. tuT), 8 to 1, ocoud; Doable Dummy, 104 (McDonald), 13 to 1. third. Time. 1:45. Second Rao Five furlongs Frank Bell 110 iBeauchamu), even, won; Ml. Mark. U7 (J. Relff), 15 to 1, sonnd; Tolls Fonso, 103 (McDonald), 3W to 1, third. Tim. 1:03V. Third Race One mile Plantain, wl (Ro), eren, won; Molo. ut (shepherd). 7 to 1, second; Rarltarie, Ul (W. 11. Martin). 13 to I, third. Tim, 1:48.. Fourth Bacs AusUn Stakes; seven furlongs Imp, 1 in iRutteri. 8 to 1, won; Hugh Penny, 108 (H. Mar tin), H to 5, second; Found, U5 (MoNlcklei, 10 to 1, third. Time, 1:37k. Fifth Race One mile and an eighth Sutton, 110 (Caywood), 10 to 1, wont Treachery. 104 (J. Rlff, M to 1, second; Tranby, 107 (Kills) 12 to 1 third. Time, 1:57M. Sixth Race Sis furlong. Mr. Johnson, 88 (Roee). 6 to 1, won; Digs. 113 (Hidden), 6 to 1, econd; Good Hope. 88 (J. Ward). 18 to 8. third. Tim, 1 :18ki. New from the Hon World. Kntrles to th October meeting of the Psrkwsy Driving Club wiU eloss today at 11 P. M. All entriea should be addressed to W. C. alien, Secretary, P. O. box 188, Brooklyn. Butts:, Hon., Sept. 10. "Del" Jordan, one of ths be.t known horsemen, trainer knd starters in ths West, died in the hospital yesterday from the effects of s wound received on Sept. H at the hands of Rose Lavetre, who shot three times at hltu. She la under arrest. Sab Fbancibco Sept. 19. Bontag Mohawk, the Palo Alto Stock 1 arm's greatest brood mare, died at the noted ranch on laat Friday. The cauae of druth was old age. Hontag Mohawk was a gray mare, foaled in 187ft. She was bred by Charles Stanford, at Schenectady, N. V., from whom shs was purchased by the lste Senator Stanford. She was sired by Mo hawk Chief, son of Old Hsuitdetonisn, dam Hontag Nelll. by Toronto Bontag. Nellie Gray, her grau daui. waa a noted long-distance mare of her day. Bontag Mohawk produced in sll fifteen foal., two ot which disd st ssrly ages. Among her get were th brown Bullion Eros, 2:2UH, by Electioneer; Salll Benton, 1:17M. by Geo. Benton; Piedmont, 3:17k. by Almont; Sonnm. 3:38, by Electioneer; Cclms, 3:2fl)4, by Electioneer; gray stslllon Conductor, three-year-old record 3:351, by FJectioneer, sold for ar,,isMi; Mohswk. 3:1514; Sereneta, IlIbM, and the stsllion Seipiel. In lBua she produced the gray ally Pariulla. 2:1814. sold tu J. Malcolm Forbes of Boa tea. Rbe was barren in IBU4, 'wft, 'us snd '97, but this year produced a gray filly by Monac. TROTTING Al PACXNO. Opening liny of the New England Breeder' Meeting. Rbadvillb, Mass., Sept. In. -The races of tbe first d&y of tbe Breeders' meeting, while sharply con tested, were somewhat of disappointment, psrtlcu lsrly the New England Futurity, both trotting and pacing, in both of which there was s very small entr list. The two big races on the csrd. the Tyro. 2:40 class trotting, and the 2:1 1 class pacing, brought out soma excellent sport issd faat time. The black mare Edna Simmons had a fairly eu. time of it in the first race, winning in three otit of four heats. The 2:11 class pacing went to Helena Duplex, She went badly In tb first two bests, snd Nellie Bruce walked off with tuclli. licinare-t got her nicely steadied down in the third heat, and eh took the heat and the next two in hollow .haps. The 3:1 (k class trotting wsa postponsd until to-morrow. Ths summaries : New England Futurity, fcsls of 1808. trotting; purse 82.0ISI: Idnilta. b. c, by Monico Msrshi ft 1 1 Cryataline. h. f., by Onward Crystal Stout) ..1 2 2 Col. Delniar, br. o. I Baldwin) 1 dr. XI Brother, b. g. Mubllebj a dr. Authority, blk. e. (Brady) 4 dr. Time 3:24!4', 2.21H. 3:21(4. New England Futurity, foal of lent), pacing; purse tl.qOQj bridc Elct, b. f by Onllna (Baldwin) 1 1 Gold Cash. li. g. i Trout i 3 3 Time 2:2Mi, 3:81!. Tbe Tyro, 3:40 dan. trotting: pur 83. OOO: Edna Sinuiiona, blk. ui., by Simnious (Uowen) 1 2 11 Nigger Jack. blk. g. ( Arthur) 3 12 3 Ctilli line blk. g. Middlebj i a II 4 4 Augllus. In. ui. 'Ketchuiui 5 U It II Cuprum, b. g. (Ravi 7 a Confessor, i-Ii. g. 'lirady) B 4 d 0 Altar, b. m. iKinney) 4 7 dr. Time 3;loM, BilUMi tUNi 2. 10. 3:11 class, pacing; purs I7IK: Helen Duplex, b. ni., by Duplex (Deni- resti 9 8 111 Nellie Bruce, b. ni. (O'Neill 1 13 7 2 NorvinO.. In. g. ,M. liowen) u ; a 3 a Woodshed, ch. s. i Dorsi 7 2 n a u Terrell K.. b. ui. iSc.minelli 3 ll 4 4 7 Lady Golden, ch. m. (McDonald) 4 4 S tl d I'uliuetto Prince, br. a. (Colliusi d h r 5 4 Flirt, blk. m. .Ilemlcki 3 ,", 7 dr. Abcto, b. m. iCaUiomb) s w dr. TI111C--2.I1114, 2:101, 2:084, 3.UH. 2:ll(. Kasy Win at Terre Haute. Ty.aax Haiik. Iud., Sept. I u. Tin ri ing the open ing day of tbe meeting ws not up to the ri nutation of the track. The attendance waa no larger than on former flrattUye, notwithstanding the reduction of the price of admission. The track was not fsst, but the winners were not driven utit. The lesson of the day l that early closing .take races sre not productive ot lug n. ids or close contests. In tbe 1:40 trot Dick Wilson's Robert Patehen was ail even favorite against the held, but bs waa not good to-day, and after tho second beat was drawn, i.exie May, who took the first heat, is u new performer, and is a candidate for th Three-Year 1 )lil Futurity. Will Laue, who won the race, has started before, but to-dsy make hi first record. Summaries: 2:30 class, trotting; purse Sl.fiOO: Aakey, b. h, by Mcl'arlsiid llliissi-yi 1 1 1 Mahal Mouey Penny, gr. m. (Thomas). 3 3 2 (Jueerist, b. g. iMcAvoy) 8 8 8 Time 1:19, 3:18,3:17. 3:3b el, pacing; pun 81,500: Bplltsllk, ch. m by Buurbou Wilkes (Dirk WUon) 7 I 1 1 Ainsworth, b. g. 1A111C.1 1 2 4 8 'l'cah, b. m. tHooffinani 8 5 3 3 Walnut, b. h. (Reynolds) 2 8 ft d Douuatia, ti. g. iTiuklur 8 4 8 4 Hsl Patrbsn.br. h. (Douglas) 0 7 die. Dictator Wilkes, b. g. (Lyons) 8 rt dls. Mails btrsthuiors, b.m. iDwyer) 4 dis. Tlllie --2:1414, 2:18), 2:141, 3:12!'. 3;40 class, trotting: puree 1 , nun. Will Lev, b. g., by Wllmarch (Hull) 3 I 1 i Lexis May, ro. ru. (McKay) 1 2 a 7 Birolueter, b. h. (Htdani 4 8 2 2 l-leetfo.it. ch. c. iKejs) 8 7 4 ti Canary' Seed, b. in. tStrsder) 8 C 8 4 Freely, b. g. (Lapbanii u B 7 ft HrnwuKate, rh. ui. iSbocknucyi 7 8 8 8 William C. K., gr.b. iCunnlugham) 8 4 f.dia. Robert Patehen, b. g. i Wilson) g 9 dls. Tune 2:2lll, 2:lSbJ, 2:20, 3l32. The National Bene Show l.l.t. l'riae lits have been sent out for the four teenth annual exhibition of the National Horse Hhow Association of America at Madison Hiiuare Garden on Nov. 14 to 111. Including specials there are W'Jt classes listed, with prir.es valued at g.'h'j.OOO. Aa usual every type of tho light ami heavy harness horse, thoroughbred, hackney uud trotter In breeding classes, and saddle horses and hunters bavu ample oppor tunities to show their merits in the ring. Kn trles close on Halurdsy. Oct. Tl, at the office of the assoclutlmi. HI East Twenty-third street, where copies of the price list may be obtained. Basketball. Abbsdis has b.en eleeted Captaia of tb Twenty third sire, l branch Y. MCA. basketball team. Practice will begin in the gymnasium to-morrow night. At a meeting of th Mount Morris Basketball Club held on Saturday night, it waa decided to place 1 i. am in He in id It sill be practically th same laat year. The licuox basketball team baa reorganised forth I H.ciaon. ami would like to hear from team averaging ' i2op.-ii.de. Aiidnas Henry Fuller, II Weal Hath 1 street, New York. I The Knickerbocker A C. basketball team will be gin pia. nee Friday night llarry Uurntsh expei ta a nig Mcaaou. and will get the men lu condition to play mng schedule. The Brownie baakstball team of tbe sastslde branch Y. M. C. A. aould Ilk to ait teams vr aglug 80 pounds. Address U. Muller. 1B3 Kast Elghiy-ssveatb aire!, New York. Th tuwj defrrd intug of th Metropolitan OeBimlU of th Y M. 0. A. tu ragard ioabasket. ball Isas-ue is caualug soma aaxW amoag tb NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. WKt.C.OMK MOTKMKNT TO ItKPAIR THK VMTT miDlNQ ttOVTSH. Maeadam' Maxim Ignored by gome Clever Contractor Trouble, of a Woman Cy clist After a Day' Shopplna President Claasen oa the Bales of the Bond- Note.. Macadam, the man whose name Is now used for the charsoterlsatlon of so many roads, both good and bad. ones made a remark that has become a maxim In the engineering world. Ha said: "Any stone that I cannot put Into my mouth I would not put into a road." In this way ha set a standard that, theoretically, hag been accepted ever slnoe. Practically, matters are different Some of the stone that enter into the composition of tbe macadam roads could I not be negotiated by a dime museum boot ewal I lower. The stones used In building the mac ' admit roads of the city are supposed to paaa through screens that determine the maximum I limit, but at a private conference yesterday be i tween some members of the Consulate It waa agreed that many of the stones now being used on macadam roads are far in excess of the reg ulation dimensions, and it waa alleged that some of the stone being used waa refuse stuff that contractors managed to work past inspec tion, although previously rejected by the city. Coses have boen known where wheelmen failed to reach home in proper shape at the expected time because they attempted to carry too much. In such oases It has been liquid substance mostly, with a dash of alcohol, that overburdened the men. The other aide of the story was somewhat humorously pictured yes terday when a woman came to grief In the shopping district through trying to carry too much dry goods. She looked like an Imitation of (Santa Glaus awheel as sbe moved un certainly along the street There were bundles to the right of her. bundles to the left of her, bundles in front of her and -worse predicament than that of the Light Brigade there were bundles behind her, shifting and rustling. All that she could stow away was fastened to the bloyole. There was a curious carrying pouch of large dimensions In front and a camera carrier behind, both doing duty to their utmost capacity, which served to make the wheel swerve unsteadily, while on the ends of the handle bars were swung minor pack ages. Beyond ail this, which made it certain that she had not gone out to buy anything but only to "shop." sbe oarried a narrow package under ber arm. Rather, that was what she tried to do, for It was this smallest bundle of the lot that brought her to grief. Fifth avenue was crowded with cable cars, cabs and other vehicles. 8he dodged them and crossed the car tracks clev erly. Klie was safely across when a big dog ran In front of her wheel. Bhe lurched sharp ly, and as she did so lot fall tbo bundle under her arm. In a spasmodic effort to keep it from fulling she removed one hand from the grip while the wheel was still careening unsteadily, Hhe swung clear around as If on a pivot and then, safely out of harm near the curb, she sat down on a broken package ot tooth or face ti iwdor with bursted bundles exposing knick naekBof all kinds scattered over herself and wheel. Nothing was damaged except tbe while powder, nnd the paper on some of the bundles, ami possibly nor skirt, but she did not arrive home in proper mood at appointed time, be cause of having tried to carry too much. President Clausen of the Park Department, Biieuklngtou member of the looal organization of the I,. A. . relative to the accident on the Sieedway Inst Haturday, euid that tlie rules ot the road are not enforced on the Speedway, and that uh matters now stand ho Is helpless. le eausu the police ure not under the jurisdiction of the Turk Department, but all are detailed and Instructed by the Police Department. Those who have seen some of the police who could not tell exactly the difference between a bicycle, a racing; sulky and a furniture van. ap preciate the Hignltleunee of this remark bythe Park Commissioner. It Is this class of officer who urrests u cyclist because his light has just blown out und lets a hundred lampless carriages whirl by. At the celebration of the buttle of Antietam, which was bold on lust. Saturday ut Prosiieot Park, .i novelty in the way of uppluuse was in troduced. Heveral hundred cyulists gathered about the music stand, uiul stood ut ease be side their wheels. After every feature of the programme that elicited applause tho wheel riders clanged their bells in unison, which was musical If not rhythmic. The ringing reached a volume of sound that almost entirely drowned the liaml clapping. It was repair day in the Greater City yester day. Gangs of men went to work llx lug some ot the most, shameful streets in vurious parts of the city. It was patchwork almost entirely that was inaugurated, but It will greatly im prove i In- conditions Hint have existed. Tho trench ut 102d street on the Kiugsbrldge road Is being filled in, and this is one of tho worst places lu Manhattan. In Brooklyn work was begun on several asphalted thoroughfares, notably Bedford avenue, from Myrtle up, and Clinton Btreet from Fultou. The work con sists of lliling the deep dangerous holes thut tit night looked like wells, but the general liiinplness of the asphalted avenues reiuuiiis unimproved. Another place that has been a grievous annoyance to wheelmen is at the Sen Hree.e avenue crossing of the Coney Island cycle path. This is practically at the end of the path, and the trolley tracks there, now unused, have been projecting un Inch or two above the level. The work of making this place smooth was also begun yesterday. A w lici -liuan residing on Bedford avenue tells of a droll remark that bis daughter, who had been annoyed all day by the smoke und t he noise ami Ibe smell of tar, made to a visiting nephew, who, looking out of the window lost night, ssw the watchman sitting beside the steam roller, smoking his pipe. The boy asked why he was there, and the young woman re plied. " He is mi guard to prevent their doing the work too quickly." A man who hasuhurgeof a number of racing cyulists says that after the National Circuit meet ut Ht. Louis on Get. K, the circuit chasers will ull remain West und will enter in the Sun day rucoe at Milwaukee, Denver end cities ou tho Pacille coast. This, of course, will causa their suspension by the Pacing Board, and In case the suspended tracks should not choose to puy up and be reinstated during the winter season when there Is nothing doing, there will be a line list oi crack racers und t rucks outside the breastworks of the League by the time It has Its national assembly In February. The 1,1-iigue'n "control "ot racing will then be lim ited to a few poor t racks una some second rate Sirofesslonals. besides the amateurs, ana if the Iscussion of kiiening or absiuloiiiuir control of lacing comes up, the delegates will probably talk a long time about giving up something i hiii Is not possessed. It would lie a partial so lution ot the dilemma to pass by a two-tnirds vote an amendment to the constitution per mitting local oiil Ion in the different States on tin- iiici,tion of Sunday racing, but this year the amendment was Introduced gt the Ht. Louis convention and a hard light made for It, with out its suiiiorters coming anywhere near to gutting the necessary vote. Next time, when the assembly ig to be held in th- Kast. it would seem more un likely that such a resolution could go through. From the present point of view the prospect is thut when spring arrives there will be precious few racing men, tracks, or pro moters heeding thu dictates of the L. A. W., In ease that organization decides to keep up its Jireteuue of being Bole arbiter ami paying lacing Hoard salaries instead of devoting it self to load Improvement, leglslutlve agnation. touring uud other things calculated to draw into It ranks the hundreds of thousands who bolluve In such things and never saw a bicycle race. The sntl-raelttg representatives of the L. A. W declare that Its control of racing is one of the greatest hindrances in recruiting work. They say that men are encountered every day who think that the L. A. W. Is a lacing oiguiiiiiiioii because they never have heard of It in any other way. Roundsman Luke, who Is temporarily at the head of the new bicycle police siiuad in Brook lyn, said to a Sun reporter yesterday that the plan outlined lu Tut rli.'N of having the cops" on the Coney Island cycle path patrol In both directions wss excellent and one that bad al ready been suggested by him. Lake's idea Is that If he remains in charge he will put two men on each path, divide each path Into two posts of 'J miles each, and let the men go up and down on their posts, so that there may be times when they are riding against the tide. The first Sunday for the new squad resulted in only Ave ui rests, all for scorching, although the twenty-two men patrol the city from Coney Island to Gieenpoint and from the (Jueeus county line to the Grand street ferry. Ai.i.gNiowN. Pa., Kent. in. The Allentown Fair opened to-day with a big llrst-duy crowd In attendance anil bicycle races as the princi pal attraction. The wind bluw at a velocity of forty miles an hour, and for most of the time the riders were lost in clouds of dust, making anything like fast time im possible. Plugger Bill Martin took the one-mile professional race, aud (buries II lienzel won the two-mllu professional handi cap In these two events some of the fait ones were left behind. Of the three amateur events Ilur Dawson of Boomon, N J., took one and Bay L. Aruer of Phlllipsburg two. The raoes ware well contested. Bummarigs: Half-Mile Open, Amateur, Handlcap-a.n by B. L. Amr. ThWTOUiixg. V. .; VvJ&jfoT, BoonLn. M. X. ooud; A. 1. BouNoassr, Maxlaiou, Fa., third. TUne, 1 miaul 8 - soad. Slmms. Washington. D. C, third. Tim, 3 minute 8814 second.. One-Mile Open, Amteur- Won by R. 1,. Arner. Ray Pawxm second, 1. I. RehwarU, Reading, third. Tim. I mlnutas as second.. Two-Mil Handicap, Professional Wnn by Charles H. Hensel, Phllagslphls, 178 yards; B. R, Steven., Philadelphia, 178 yards, .econd; A. Bemnlln, Pari.. France, 180 yrrl. third. Time, 4 minute r.o .ec ond.. Two-Mil Hsndlc.p. Amtenr Won by Ray r)w on. arratrh; F. P. O. Stalder, WIIIIamsport.Bovard.. econd: H. F. Kunael, Philadelphia, 98 yard, third. Time, 4 minute. 87 ecend. NOTSW. A most Interesting pursuit race wss decided t Am brose Park, Brooklyn, yesterday. The contestants war Loots A. Rlrchner of the Amphlnn Wheelmen nd Jullua FlMhrrof the Ksvstern District Wheelman, The men started from opposite sldra of the track and FUcber caught hi opponent at on aad m vn-l g htha mil. Th atsstern District Wheelmen prent car ried off their chmplon in triumph. Over lot) riders prt!c!pted in the open century mn ot the Montauk Wheelmen of Brooklyn ou Sun day, sixteen of whom were worsen. Klevennf tlis women rider cams through all right and very few of the rider sucennihed. Martin Boeael snd J. Mayer paced th fst division, allowing tts-ii hour start to ths slow division, which wss paced by Capl. O. W. James and President llrlmiti. Th Iloyl ' rratium Wheelmen of King county will hold the.r anniversary picnic at Jamalc this afternoon and evening. A ten-mils mail race will be tbe chief future. It will he alarled at r, o'clock. Chares, have bran mads against two policemen who refused to arrest the driver of wsgon who, while bowling along at night without light on ths wrong aide of Ih rod, ran down cyclist. Th wheelman called upon th two officer, but both re fu.ed to make the arre.t. FOOTS All. Outlook for the Game at the New York ITnlvenlty. Cpt. Robert B. Keen of th Maw Tork Uuiveralty football team has went notice to the candidate, for th 'varsity team tn report for practle on Monday, 8pt. 28, at Ohio Field, and large number of .tu dnt are xpsoUd to respond. The pro.peot for a good team till year r vary bright. About all of laat yr team will be back, and there la promlidng material In th freshman olaaa. Of last year' team the following will return to collage: Oapt. Robert In. 1800, half back; Kelson B. Hatch, 'SS, quarter baoki Frank w. Carpenter, '98, guard; Robert X. Bergman, 'ni'. tackle: I,. O. Haynca, 1800. halt back; Marshall C. AlUben, 11)00, tackle; James B. Tan Vleck, 1900, end; Henry D. Cany, Jr.. 1901. tarklr; Victor Htnckell, 1901, guard: William A. Young, 1901. and; li. B. Fernald, 1U01, guard, and Valentine Lambert, 1901, end. Allabun, 1900, will not be able to report on Monday, inasmuch a h enlisted in the army at the outbreak of the war and la in Manila. Of the new men who will strengthen the team this year there are 8. Jones of Bridgeport snil 11. Smith of Kent's Hill, .lone cornea from the Bridgeport High School, where lis wa prominent in athletics, lie played centre on hi school team. Smith hail from tb Maine We.leysii8snilii.ry, where he played full hack on the championship team of Maine. As most of ths backs hall from Bridgeport, Capt. Keane, who also resides thara, ha had them out practicing during the last few weeks. Frank H. Cann, physical director of th University, Is to coach tbe team. Msnsger Marsh, 'Ml, baa arranged the following partial schedule: Oct. g-Lshtgh University, at Ohio Field. Out. 18 Rutgar Collego, at Ohio Field. Oct. 20 Steven Iuatlttito, at Hobokeu. Oct. J8 Rutgers College, at New Uruuawlck. Oct. -.'li Hwartbmore, at Ohio Field. Kov. 8 Syracuse University, at Syracuse. Nov. 8 Mew Jemey AthleUc Club, at Bayonn. Nov. 12 Trinity College, at Hartford. Mov. 19-Colgat University, at Ohio Field. Harvard's Players Begin Fraetloa, Cambsitxic. Sept. 10. The first practice ot the candidates for Harvard's football eleven wag held on Soldiers' Field this afternoon. Capt. Dlblee camo to Cambridge early this morning, but Coach Forbes did not put In an appearance until tho squad was almost ready to go on tbe Held. Besides head coach Forbes, W. 11. Lewis, the famous ex-centre, who has but lately returned from Cuba ; Gon tennan, 'IW, and Bouve, of laat year's teams, were on hand to assist. The work this afternoon waa fully as severe as that at the beginning of practice last year. The men began practice, for five minutes, In falling on tho ball. Then the centres, quar ters, and full backs were put at the ordinary kick from a snap back; the line men mean while were formed into two elevens and worked at breaking through and fulling on the ball. Then a long run clear around the Held ended their labors. Coach 1'orbes and his aids spent the rest of the afternoon In coaching Beid, Haughton uud Dihlee in punting, and Daly. Finkeand T. Hatch lu catching. It-id's exhibition of punt ing was the best seen here since Charley Brower's day. Several promising freshmen unearthed themselves during the ulteriioon. Eaton of the Boston Knglish High School, centre; Coos, a Hopkinson Hohool graduate, and Sargent, a weighty centre from the same) eicliool. giving excellent exhibitions. The squad now numbers twenty-seven, bnt many of the old men have not as yet arrived. Manager Noun, has announced the final schedule, an follows: Oct. 1, William at Cambridge; Oct. r, Bowdoin at Cambridge: Oct. s, Dartmouth at Cambridge; Oct. 12, Amherst st Cambridge; Oct. IB, West Point at West Point; Oct. 111. Newtown A. A. at Cambridge: Oct. 22, Chicago A. A. at Cambridge; Oct. 29, Carlisle Indians ut Cambridge; Nov. 8, University nf IVnn silisuia at Cambridge: Nov. 12, Brown at Cam bridge; Mov. 11), Yale at Mew Haven. Kicking the Ball Beglna at Vale. New Havkn, Sept. 111. Football candidate got to gether for th first time this season in regular prac tice here this afternoon. There were about forty in the equad, including the ends, who have been with ex-Captain Hiukey st Tonawanda, M. V., the hacks, who have bun with Walter Camp at Keunrbiiuk port, Me., and the linesmen, who reported bare yes terday. For three days tbe candidates have been arriving. This morning the first work of the season wa don In the "gym" lot. The Bret code of signals of the season was given nut and Capt. t'liam berllu picked oat tb drst eleven to be drilled s a Vale team Ibis year. It was follows: Centre. Iluretou; guard. Richrd and Young; tackles, Paul Thompson and Clark: end, F-ddy ud Walker; quar ter back, Sullivan; halve, Dudley and Corwln; full back, Mc Bride. Thu afternoon Chamberlln took hi men to th Yale yard for Another hour' practice. lie Bardie. laat year' quarter back, arrived at noon and assisted him in coaehiug. The arrival of De Saullea throt tled tb rumor that h will be disqualified by rea son of low stsnd lu his studies thla fall. He will be gin practice to-morrow. This am rn-mi Csiit. I 'hiiiu bcrlln put su eleven in the field, which included flv of lat year's freshmen team. Capt. Chsniberlin is working tbe veteran. Dudley, McBride, Benjamin, Sullivan and Peat into the game at tho very outset in order that a good score be mane snd a stiff defense shown sstainst Trinity in th opening game at Hartford on Haturday. An hour's practice in the broiling un this afternoon completely exhausted the players. The two elevens formed did not line up ugjluat each other, but simply ran through their plays, the signs!, including directions for only straight football. To morrow morning more Individual piactice will be taken lu the "gym" lot and to-morrow afternoon the Brat practice game of tbe aeaaon will be plaved at the Yale field between two picked eleven.. This programme will he kept up all the week. The Football Outlook at Ithaca. Itbaca, Sept. 1 . About fifty candidates for Cor nell's 'varsity football team were hard at work on Percy Field title afternoon, being put tin .ugh th preliminary atagea of the game by tbe coaehea. The coaches this ytsrsro (ileim H. Warner, 'ii. who was o ucce.sful with tb Cornell eleven last year, and Thorn leiiuell, 'US, who last year coached tbs University of Cincinnati. Warner is, of course, head coach. He waa appointed last year by Joe Bcachem. who cannot assist this year on account of being with th Astor Battery in tbe Philippine!. A glance at the cindidal.-s shows many nf the experienced play ers of last year's eleven missing. Ou the Hue are left only Lueder aud Keld, at right tackle aud guard. Both suds will hav Pi be filled in, aa will centre and left tackl and guard. There were last year such a large number or substitutes that with the new ma terial that turn, up each yrara good line can be made. The men ou the line. In prosnect, will average be tweeu 170 aud ISO pounds. For back of the liu Capt. Whiting and Windsor of the regular 'varsity remain, with atlballtute rVhlterlier. Charley Young, CorneH'a str i:iiubintlou quarter and full back, will not play this yrar. This is a serluila loss. For quarter back, however, hla younger brother, Osorga Young, 1. doing fine work. The position nf full back baa also pi be filled, and will furnish the hardest problem for the roaches to solve. Purkln. who last year played that pi attiou in close formation and when Young wa pssaing the ball, will not play ihla fall, bl parents objecting Practice on Franklin I lei. I. Pbii Ai.Ei ruu Sept. 19 Pennsylvania football lata ranie to Franklin Field thia afternoon to take their afternoon', practice. Many nf the itudeul who havualiesdy returned to the university were nut hi get an eye on the new material. Coach Woodruff lined up tb following player for signal and play formation practice: l.verfield. ceutre; Hare, left guard; McCrarken, right guard; Carnett, left tackle McMthon. right tackle; Folwell, lift end. and Hedges, right eiul; (iarditier, quarter: Outland, right half back; Harrison, left halfback and Walker, tuil back. The above player, are the one most likely to repre. rut Pennsylvania in her first game of the season. Coach Woodruff deiii-iistrsl. d how he wished hla new signals tu be used, and showed tin- new men bow to form interference in simple style of play which will be used lu Saturday' game. first Football Fractice at I'rincrlnii. Pbibceton. Sept. 19 Football practice at Prince ton began lbl afternoon with only a email number of candidate out. Capt. Uillebrsnd and Christy put the men through an hour of light soil ou the Held, mainly pouting snd falling on the ball. This sea followed by cross country ruu of three mil. s. which th men aloud very well cou.id.i1ug the heat. Th number of candidate at prtctice to day wss necessarily email, as th university will wotopeu jtpgttlMKR'l! ffH. jl $1 Down I! ; : AND 1 l'KR WKRK. ) Pieroe, Crawford. S Wolff-American : DICYCLKH. ; 98 MODELS GUARANTEED. ! . o. r. co." ' :: 29 BROADWAY. N. Y. i ( Third rir, Columbia HmlkHmg), OR i J I 123 B'way. cor. 25th St. ; J BROOKLYN. 164 MONTAGUE T. I OPKN MONDAY RVKNINOS. ' a) . Illcycle Barciilna. 100 high-grade ladle.' and Man': SO glffersnt high-grade makes: MIS, mil.HO, I9.SO, ftt.oO. Kvery Illcycle fully gusranteed. Tandems, 4.(s. 2.000 I'nlrs 'lire. 0Oc. . Newton, 3.AO pair: Vim, let qual tM.cSO, f .no pr.: Hartford, 1st A.M. 3d ; Trenton, Ss, Willis IA"K Rwrla Po 3B r'lK I0 "Mill row UyCH iB., wjxT DErlMCTT'tV, THB SUN Harlem Branch IIP WEST lagTH STBKET &0Hut. CattiBBM. vsC, PNEUMATIC WAGONS. jl PREMIER MFO. CO., Hartford, Oobm. She Hurt. Brooklyn Jockey club Raoes. . Sept. 18, 14, IB. 17. IP, SO, 11, 31, 34, 39. 21, 38. 3. 6 liners To-Day atStlg F. M. Field Stand SO rrnti, TO-DAY, THB tlBKKNFIKI.il STAB KM. Special trains via I,. I. It. It. direct to grand stsna from 34TH ST., K.B..N. Y.. leve t 12 60, 1:10. Par lor Oars sttaehed. Foot Whitehall St., N. V., 1 1 :0ii A. M., 13:00, 1 2;40.1:00.1 .-20.1:40, 2:00, 3:20.2 :4oP.M. HBOOKI.YN TBAINH. L'vr BROOKLYN UHIInJK. via r.th av. Elevated snd P. P. and C. I. It It., every lo minute from 13 noon. begins later this y ear. a th faculty prohibited early practice. Princeton by graduation has lost Bsnnard. Kelly and Cochran, and Balrd and Hold, also of las year's team, will nut return to Princeton this fall. Football Notes. Grammar School No. n will place s strong torn la the Public bohool League tbl eaon. There will be a football team at Manhattan Collage thl. year and arrangement In that lln are being rapidly perfected. Th candldalri of the Hamilton football team are developing Into form at City I. land under th direc tion of Coach Casey. Will Oenrg Canon please sand hi addreaa to Thomas r. Lyons, manager of tbe Dresdnsugbt a. C, 682 East ninth slreet) The Comets of Long Island City would Ilk to hear from teams averaging 110 to 126 pounds. Addreaa Edward White, 483 Kast I 1 7th street. The Packard' Business College team has been r orgsnli .1. and already has sonic fixture arranged, and expects to have a full card befor the eaon open. A. Boyeaen, who o ably captained the Berkeley School leain lost yesr. has beeu reelected, and will hav ths candidate, begiu work at Berkeley Ova next Tm sduj . The Audubon football team will be pleased to ar range game for Sunday s and holiday with Using averaging In.", pounds. Address Henry W. BUett, MM West 170th street. The Maroon football team Would Ilk to hear frora ftll churches, colleges ami other team., and will play on their grounds orelaewhere. Addreaa William Ms roonay, uu Chmhers street. Contrary to all previous statements B. Huntington, the full back on the IteiBeley School team lsat y will not ply on i lie team this season, but will rulol the same position on the Lenox Fo itball Club. The Eagle A. C. would like to arrange games with team averaging from 100 tn 11," pounds. Opa dates are Sunday and holidays between Sept. 3. snd Dec. 25. Address Thomas Armstrong, white etoue, L. I. Th Koievlllo F. A. has reorganized for the Mason null would like Pi hear from all teams averaging I BO pounds for Saturday and holiday dunug October and November. Address George R. Starr, 38 Pine street, Manhattan. Tbe Hoard of Governors of th Montelalr Atbleti Club baa decided not tn place u football team in the held thia year. The ground, uu the Valley road will he turned over to the High School team for inter scholastic matches. Capt. Ward of the Montelalr High School football team is busy getting bis men in snaps for tbs coui iug season. Four of last year's team and one substi tute are back. There are twenty -.ix candidates wbo are practicing dally. Th South End Field Club of Newark, N. J., ha put a football te.un in tue Held tbl year. Good out-of-town teaBtl weighing about 125 pounds can ar range game by Addressing 2. Wealsy Flam-nan, 844 Broadway, Manhattan. The Marion Athletic Club of Marlon, N. I would like to arrange games tor Saturdays and holidays with any good team averagiug 125 pounds. Address A. Wright, 2B Cortlandt treet, care Southern Bell T. and T. Co., Manhattan. The Olympics nf Jersey City have a faw open date in October and November. Game, to be played on Saturdays. Would be pleassd to hem from all teams averaging 125 pounds. Address William 1'. Koch, :ii Newark avenue, Jersey City. The second team of St. Francis Xavler College ha reorganized and would like to arrange games lor rsturdsys with teams averaging 125 pounds, culleg snd high school teams preferred. Addreis J. Cough Ian. lUBUBger, 201 East Thirty -first street. Tho Hamilton Club of Washington Heights would like to srrange dates for tbe eouiiug football seaaoa with teams ottering a suitable guarantee and Aver aging between 185nd 140 pound. Address ft. It. Vorhis. 1B2 West 123d street, Manhattan. Tbs Harlem A. A. i. now booking tute with unii professlonal teams within 2no mile of New York, uniformed team having inclosed ground nrefcrr d. All Sundays in October open. Address Will Uaydsu, be retary Harlem A. A., 157 East 12Uth street. The Sctonla football team baa reorganised for the season aud Is now arranging Its achedul and would he pleased lo arrange games with all fli.t chvas teams, college teams preferred. Addles. K. Francis (juirk, Seton Hall College, South Orange, Admirer of football In th National Atbleti Club of Brooklyn are at work and playing ground will be secured st Kldgewood Park A erst and second eleven will probably represent the club ou tb grid iron thl year, snd guno-a may he secured by ad dressing O.car Huck, Su. retary National Atbleti Club, II aud 13 Cedar street, Brooklyn. The San Hi mo team has reorganized for th sea son snd games sre being scheduled with tbe Knics erbocker, Orange, Klixabetb, New Jersey. Kuglewood snd other well-known athletic cluba. There sre on or two dates still open. Msusgers of protuiu ill club, or of college tcm who re desirous of ar- ranging games address I., lie Csssuova. 56 Wet lli:,tll street. The Potomac Field Club ha seemed tbe Stsndird Athletic Club's grounds si Fairvtew, N. J., lor the coming saaaon, and would like to book sou first class teams averaging 165 pouuda, for Sunday snd holiday games. 1 in- Potnniacg' .econd team wi ii Ira like lo heal from tenuis averaging Mn pounds. A I dre.s H.J. Bartro, manager. 2B1U Eighth avenue, Manhattan. The Nuiley AthleUc Club football team baa bea orgeuUed fur the a.a ou. Tbe team has been strengthened and hopes to retain the record mad last year. The team 1 inudi up follows: Theo dore lb lull : on, centre; llaiilc.1 iTonley, rlghl la.i.ir; Teddy stager, left tackle; Ad Vrueland, right guard; P. Hclntr. left guard: W. lingers, right half buck, Simon Blum, left half back; Cal Kaufman, unarm back; Waller Msgee snd T. Adams, endaj llarry Bird, full back. Tbs football association of lbs Erasmus Hall High school of liionkl) ii has b.-. ii reorganized anil lbs boys are hard at work practicing for tbe gsms on r.reenii.s Hall Field. Hallo. .1. The following nlti c is of the Erasmus Hull High B- hool F. olhall Asso ciation hav Just I ecu chosen: President. H, Lop ii i I'H si.li i.i. James O'Sulllvan; Secret ry. Ed ward Textcr; Captain, George Ford; Manager, Pav id Harris in, and Assistant Manager, Arthur Kelly. A few more games are wanted and esu be aecured by addressing Manager Harrison Lawn Tenuis, The Lenox Tenuis Club's open tournament pro Blessed little further toward completion yester day. 'I he a. oles Gentlemen. Doubles -Preliminary round-Parat and Allen beat Kearney and Hue, - l, u l. First Bound Perei and Allen beat Little and Clo thier by default; Wyetb ami Brysu In at Don liu aud Martin. B -4. I. Soml-Fiiial III Hind Ileywood and W. C Grant beat Funneesy slid I'm -more, ll I, ll 2. Handicap single- 1-irsi round C. P. Bice, oa I hall 16, vs. J. P. l'aret. i we 4n. 7-6, 4-3 unfill l.hed Second Hound W. f. Holt, half IB, best H. Moor, half I.', u-2. 2 , S . G. L. Wyeih. owe half XO, vs. E. I. Miu ii si rati h, S 8, 13 .iiiitni. eh. di. H. 1 1. Little, owe an. beat F. V. Walsh, aersuh. 1. 4 Consolation Singles First round B. T. Bryan brat T. M. I'ouobV, u-7.U-1. Cricket. Teams from the Manhattan and King Cminlr St. George Cricket Club bid contra! icaurdai at Prospect Park. The Manbtliia were not very sliongly H imseiilcd and sulleied defeat by Ml run. V, K. lib liardsou distinguished himself for the wluners in both depsrtinaut of tb game. for. lu sdditiou to running upasoore of , a eaustutssl I rffir? . -r? wwi"-'g