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HI ,-g tHE SUN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1890.
HI W. NELSON IS CHAMPION. Hf I; I If 1 I FtllHT MAX TO tTIX OVT AT TUB f! j J A. A. V. JllSa TOVBXAMXXT. Ba ii it i i . H Ij I i It llsnts rfortnrr, tlm IloliUr, In the 105- H II , round Vri-tlln Flnnt nnnntitt Clings H It J JJ to llli Tltln Oninnlj-Splrilrd Sport In B ii JSu limine Clnsscs Hollldny Ilulrd Out. IB pjjj1! Thoso lntorctod In nmntcur boxing and H -rrrrstlltiR crowded the arena of tho Lenox A, C. ij inAt nlaiittonpo the finals In tho A.' A. U ehnm- jMonshlp tournament. Thoro wero 4.000 spec ft ntors present nt 8 o'clock, when tho wrestllnc I bnenn. Thlsbrnnchof thfHportstnrtedwIththo j JlG-pound class, Knch boutwnsllmltoiltoslx ) minutes. I'. J. Hackctt. llochoster A. 0., i throw William Uorshol, Xnvlor A. A., in 4 mln- IB!' utes :i:i .'l-n seconds by a neck hold. Hobort afl fionnctt, Jr. Xntlonnl Turn Veroln of Newark, ,jj -lie prciloUR champion, defeated I. Lolhson, ( Alliance A. C, In 2 minute 21 1-5 seconds Ij ' irlth n similar hold. P; Then there wns some boxlwj. tlio 105-pound ,'j -loss bclne opened by Ham Kelly, liny Hideo tj A. O.nnd Henry Konny. Itosmlllo A O, Kenny :8 lnrted wlllnv couple of heavy swinRS on tho I Ijj ;ai. end Kelly wabbled. The Inttor quickly i sw his mlatnko In enterlnc tho tournnment '; and quit. Kenny bolns announeed the wln- f !! nor aftor 4!) 2G socomls. llotore tho iij next liout was. put on a woman In j U man's clothes wns discovered nt tho nortli- jj; enst corner of tho rlnir. 8ho had short blond jailjiij hair, which was neatly combed and parted In 31 j i tho middle. Her pretence was soon known by 111 ' 3' several hundred spectators, but sho was not' ffljj ; molested by the pollco. Davo Watson of I'ator- lljj W- son and John Hnllldny of the Now West Bldo A. H jjjj' 0., wero thcprlnelpals In tho second bout of Kjf 'l;i the lO.'i-nound class, and they proved very 'Bil J'"' lively. Watson had a slight advantace In thn 'l(ii III first round, but In tho second Hallldoy becan to lt V ''" w'"' l'owor al"' drew blood from his antag- illi SI onlst's noso. The last round was fast and oven, lUll ti '"' crowd breaking Into cheers when tho bout j ill ended. Tho judges agreed on Halllday It was Bill la lenrned a few minutes lator that "Halllday" 'BllSis vrn8 no' "ln mnn wno wo'ched In, so Watson 'Bui!! received tho veidict. Frank Terry of this city 'FlffP nnd William llobcrts, Xniler A. A., met in tho 'SilllS th.nl bout, which was devoid of science. Torry 'Bill P ,(ot ,ne ,0ClS'o,1 i(J3IJ C.C. Ilrown, 1'astlmoA. ft. was pitted aenlnst win if'! Cliarlos I'ryor. St. Bartholomew A. 0.. In tho iBlfiil fomth bout. Tryor mndo tho crowd, which njH jjjj now eveeoded 5.000 rursons. shako with laugh- fii!j ter becnuso of the peculiar chopping blows iBfflPff which he threw at his opponont. Drown's nosu JHQ S . wns bleeding In tho (.econd round ns a result of HJhmj steady jabbing. I'ryor got thn verdict. BBSs! The 115-pound class scmi-lliials opened with flfffi Alfred Levy. Union Hettlemont A. C. and WIN 'SIhIi'' "nm w"(,nor ow W,'8t 8IJo A C- Tne laltor IhIJII! linil the strength, and won. James Fitzgerald, IB iff M J ' I'nB,ln, A- c" nI"1 Joh" Hughes. 1,nr Hldgo A. 'flHilT C woro tho seiond pair. These boys wero hard i" ldtters, and they lost no tlmo In getting I1 down to real business. Hughes was knocked nto a groggy Mute in tho n'cond round, which for that toasnn. wns ended titter I niliiute 5H seconds. Again, in the thlid, Hughes v,-jh Ledteu tn a Mundstlll nfter 1 mlnuie IHs.'c onds, utid I'ltrgendd won. John l.eddy, 1'as tlme A. C, fnceil Harry McCarthy. Anchor A. f' In tlm tlilnl bout. Tliera nas moio lianl hitting In this nlTnir. I-eddy, appc.irlng to a marked ailwintngt) In the oneiiliig round, knocked his man down buiinny through the second lound and won in 51 1 seconds of the third. Hyde Moulco. Oriental Social Club, and John Cosier, i;im A. C . followed In a rnttllng light. Monico was tho better puncher. Lut in Hie hiHl rounil Coster wonienslly. Tho l.').ri-pound wrestling whs tho noxt event. V.il Harris, M. Cieorg"1 A. C, threw Jnmes Kel h.l'nstmioA ('.in 1 minute 14 'J-f seconds. The second bout was almost as short. Joseph .,. Klein, bt Oeorge A. C. disposing of W U. Kin- 'iflMSiw sheerf. hnlekeibocker A. C. in '' minutes 24 '4 iSIkSIb seeouils. KillBTlfr lloxlnc l)f 1-5-pounders followed, tho first HBsrff rnlr being Joliii Burns and William Atkinson. 1 "JlBBn ''0"' hailing Imm the New West Side A. C. ill SLU AtklnMin is the man who defeated Biekerton of '.IIS Sf tne ew York A. C. on Thursday night. In r Jlj ill t Burn, he met a tough customer who soon cut f IH 111 .' his tight eye open with a couple of loft swings. ill 81' t. The second round was cut short by six seconds i Bi because Atkinson nason tho point of being put . jll 8- to sleep. Atkinson was a punching bag In tho ill J!, third riiiuiil, which was stopped afterl'minutes 111 y; and 11 seconds. Burns won. ( If 2 8' ltogor Hiiiinigan, Toner A. Cnnd John Llst- i llf If:, nun. ht. (leorgo A C. wero tho second pair. til .41) Hanniciin's weight wns protisted by his HI lis,' ' opponent, but tho ofllclnlH said thev must il al' light ilrst I oforo the mutter could he set- MW S& Ueil. Ilannlgan won Two exceptionally ill IfflU elever lellos provided Hie third bout. They IH 'Mr Mm MK'linel Mctluiry. I'astlme A. ft. and iJIhSI! James 1'. Donahue, .New West Sldu A. C. and IfBSit'' "ley were urged on by rival regiments of parti- iSrHiB f-aiis. Donnhuu was eiy oulck.nnd lost few lIUiK onenings for shnrip blows. Jlcliurry was strong ' llfllifF n'"' rugged. Iesli!es being a stiff puncher. iSfaRx, When the third round begun Donahuo had a ' ill iff alight advantage on points. Both received liB Ym Haggcrieg smashes in tho last round, but !f$K Dniiahiii'got the nrdict. I IShH. T'1" "l,n' ,JO", '" "'" 10."-pouild wrestling IJlKilfc yraK contested by W Nelson. St. George A. C . la IE and n I'fcirtncr. I'a-lirno A- C". Nelson went at lutK '''H '"" w'"' " rush and never let up. Ho If sjK finally got a half XoNou and floored 1'fortner in fjl 'I It minutes 51 '-5seeonds. I'fortner wnsclmni- jlj tW plon lust yeii r At this stage tho hour was so , ii) ii htu It was decided lo postpono the remaining H w bouts until to-morrow night. Summaries if n follow: ' Jn in." .round OlasK I'lrit bnnt, Iltnir Ktnnfy, Itoit- ihm 'i'ln A. C. best Sjni Hi 11, IIh HlriBP. A. C, in , f IJi. 3 . riinl. Socoiul Imiii, John llullldiy. Sew IJSfvSI WfHSlJnA C, 1 c.t l)n WittMin, Patemun, but Ilia IjWfl litter Itniibi mipheil tho doclBiun boi Mife " Ilellt 11 ?E ' l)"anirniii:eJ1n a rliuifr. Itiinl bnut.T J. 1 Tiri miBttK'M.oil lest Wdliam Hntii-tii, XaiItA. 1,11 ' re ir h li,mt Cli.rhs 1'uer. St. bartholoniew A. fL ., b.jit l. t , lrowii. Pa-uiiuc A ('. D! B 116-1'uunil I la Sf-iul-Uimlii Firat Ixint. rilllim H Jit TVililiiir, N. Wit Wch A L.le.it Alfred I.-vy, If 1; t nli.n hetllftuicnt A. I' i-ei mill belli, JnineH nu ll 3 , Brld. 1 astinie A. V . btat John Hnghcn, luy Iildgn IJ 3 AC. Third bnnt, John bedilj, Poitlme A. ('., Imit isa Harry MrCaitln. Aiuhni A. ( Fourth bent, John i i outer. Urn A. C , Wat Urdu Uit:ico, Orientil feoaal I Club. 'f 1 2A Pound CUs Semi Aimli rirnt bout. John : Hums. -Nnw V.'est hdu . iMt William Atainson, 'rff Wtht hid.' A. C j M.on t bout, ltocer Ilannlcmi '- Tower A. I'., beat John Llsttuau, St. (icorco A. O.j . , Ylilnl bni.t Jami-B V. Doimhiic. Now Weet Sldo A. 0.. ; In si HMiulMiOirry. 1'a-tiaiu A. C. 1S6 I'neml CUsr Mmllllml round First bout, A. H- Mrinvell. Iloi'licstur A. C, beat Joseph WtUoii. I'm- 5 lIliioA. C. f ' HeavjMdeht riiKrSernl-flnal round Flrat bout. i Joicph It. Knlne, PasUmu A. !., biat Herman Miller. WHESTI.INO, ' , lOR-Poiind PhRi Fin.l bent W. Nelnon. St. 1 , George A. C , In at 11. 1'iortutr, I'nntlmu A. a. In 3 , i' nilnntr.l !' .aromla. in JiariiiinnC. First bout E. J Harkctt, Ilnrh- B eater A. C, lei'Willim Il.'mhil, Xavi. r A. A., In 4 t u ! minutes it.'l a ft ki emla. Second Imiit Kobert lion- I I gf i nett.Jr.. Katlenal 'luruuejn of N'ewuik, heat I. ' 12' LetliHin. Alllai co A. C . In j iiiliniten U4 1-r, pi coudi. KB lar.l'iiiind C'lata- Fmt bout, M Harrlf. htiimnm If,. A. V beat ,1a iiKiIIj I'jatlme A C , In I nimnto ' Jia' 14 2..'. PC ndn Keei nil bout, Jnat'ldi Klem, St. Si, itcoruc A. C , In at . u K eiiliesna, Knlcitrboiker Sj A. C., in 2 Il.tllllUsi'l't a ioiiJb. 'j i Ooaalp of tho Itlnc. jv J E Thomaa Moffctt, New York Thejr met only once. !SR f J M. V., New York. -At tliu California A. C, San ! Srf h Fratic.aco. Ss' j. T"m Starker and Jack MrCorn lck are elated lo ! 13' 1 box aix rounds in p dUdelpliia Minnrruw nmht. S Thetii-rniiiid bout Utecn JccL Dilyand Jack If Eerli.inlt l m Imlul.d lu ruing un In Chkagu t n moirou niKht. Jn Cain, the Rrookljn featherweight, la In Cln- fflu rlnnatl. Ilo tits r-iitwi.l au oUtr lo nieel Tuiuiuy S White and has a-ccptcd k. i Jack Haty h.i made another mat-h. Hehaaa'enfd f& article, to meet Ctarley liiirnea nf Clncintiatl in a I M j tenriiund bout in L'li.e niiatlnu Tub, 0 JE . Darnej Dennett, Clurltj M'Keoier'a trainer, who I ; i matched In boil Ini J.eoniml on uest Friday nluhi, i iB r frit to TiitbuMuatif he wun he will u.eitUeoi'ii if; Juatlce. , The date of the much-mooted rontcat betwi en Joe m Walco;tand',A lalrallan '.Ilminy Jt-anhi-Uenect 1 H . lor Kib. 4, liiutKluiull. Thuiucounlei will bu ti.r , fj tea rounda. I ij ', Tho Moi.arch A. C, of Ryraome has offered a purse .IB ef H,oootera iniiil).'i'-roiind hunt hitwcen Mj. fc lertou." lillli- Snilth and Tnininy ltjun, the luniest (C- to l dccldid withlnfour weika. ii Ocoriie Morrtaon, man gcrof "Chip" Morriaon. ! f Otto Sieloti and other tlirhti i, Inforum Tin. Hv that A . hJ.foll.1.a '.,l ' "f ' ' Miirnsoa aalnet the winner it, of the 1-eulou-Orodi rick mill, at 1.14 pouuda, fc ! .."lraou" liaua haa netiltel (leoro Cmaldlpe IB . iatnewl!li:leai;ood alzwl piuae for a alu-rouml ' bout bftseeii Jim Corbet! and Jon Olmyn.kl, thu TK ' uilll to take i ljcninCliUagw.il March 0. Coital Una ik' ua the oner under couanluiall m, fti ' Jh manaaer of Abdallah, tho Tnrkiih Ilerculea. 18 I write to Inr. t-UN that he hat decided to let lila JB prou-i.4 noon with lila uiatFli villi tlnoriiAlatwler. 4(1 h-mrilpatrMs lug liiit.iiu The Pelican A if II C lianeiciied to olterapiirauferihepalr. Si- if ..Md,;8",,m,!:,nV'.na'-',r", "fraritnr. had a f J1.; T -trr. laj- v. tilt Jr. t)r.lay, tho American ri-iwi- fif 1 tei.laihe of the .Nualoiial HpintinKt'lub of Ijudon. fr i for the piiipoae ef afiBUKlnii "go" between Paliinr Jill judtianliiei at lie poimda. Ordsay haa notlfled fcj , tht I'lubloll.laeilii't, ij Odda ami Unila of Hport. Bj, i CiKclssiii, Jan. 28.- In a bowline match la.t Bf nlitht at t:ii'i)ruutalallc) for f Mm a aiiiv, bi-twn u Jit , JIartin hiruol O nuiiiiail and Mik 'Ibjiie of Mw if ! t'rk.t ii lyi n er won njumtof nine guinea. It thn I jkLIaaaa.. lai gain, hern nude 2SU, tleitia ilie Weati rn record I BHBl lor a mati h LIBLIIIBA i OiuuiiiKiE. Jan. L'rt.-The Will Heat Club 1.a SfHl l.ii u .till iiiuhor put un aa oiiialhy with tho -ar M&npB -rJ aiaty ir v, lit t lio act on ef b, I.. Fuller. Kr aaaal trMl"! " '""ti' ' athUtlca. who hat agried t' F. laV "r1" "'." U launih. Juhu Harvard, nut Into run. I MflPjdK Diug order to be uawl by the teach, of the club. BICATJSO. HeCUTt, the X. T. A. C. Crack, TTIna tha IHc Itnce at Spring Lakci rounrtKEErsir. Jan. 28. The star tysnt ot the amateur speed championships: at Hprlns Lake wan won this otlornon by Oharlss Mc Clavo of tho New York A. C. Ha captured the 10,000-metre evont with ease. When ho crossed the tano at tho finish he led tho near est man, F. II. Sneer of West l'olnt. three yards, and was six yards ahead of Harry 1'er klns of Minnesota, who finished In third place. TeddyThomas, the Newburg flyer, could do no bttter thantfourtl) place, yet ho skated a des perate race and looked In better form than when he won the 500-metre and 150-mctre events. McClavo outekatedand outseneralled Thomas. His achievement to-day, with his victory In the 5.000-mctre race yestrdny, will make him an eloment to bo considered In the Montreal races next week. In which ho nnd O. Paulding of the K. V. A. C. hare agreed to en ter. There wom nine starters ln the 10.000 motre championship. Tho pace 'was lilt up qulto hot for the first few laps. Thomas, 31c Clave, Otbbs nnd Pilklt taking tho pace alter nately On the seventh lap Thomas felt, but did not lose much, ns he quickly regainod his feet, Sagerthon hastened the paco by spurt ing, but Thomas quickly took tho polo from him. McClave laid back, keeping In stride with the bunch, of which ho was tho centre, i On the twenty-second Inn he let out a, link to warm up. Thomns. Olbbs. I'llkle. l'erkln" and Ssger were hot on his heels. On tho thlrtv-flrst Inn Ssger fell, but ha mnd up tho lost ground by a whirlwind spurt. This extra exertion weakened his chances nt tho finish. After this the lead chnnged with kaloldo seoplo rapidity, rilkle. Parkins nnd Thomas did most of tho spurting, while McClave kept ln strido with the man nt the pole. On tho tnlrtv-stxth lap. with only two more to go. Hudhelinor, McClave and Thomas fought It nut hard on the back stretch. Oibbs suddenly failed to be n factor In tho race. On tho Inst turn Into the homo stretch McClave came fly ing down thestralqhtjiwnv from tho Held with tho speed nnd graco of a bird Haeor and Porklns Japped him lor n hundred feet, when MeClaio drew away from them and tout on gaining until hnerosed the lino amid applause a winner. Olbbs said that MeOlae had fouled him. Tho latter denied the charge and said to Ilefeieo Hemmilt: "I sknted that race nnd won It. You know I don't want it, however, unless I won Ittalrlr." Ulbbs said that ho was a factor ln the race st thn time ot tho alleged fouling, which Is doubtful. In view of bis work during tho week, llereree Hemmltt refused to allow tho protest. The one-mile race for the championship of the .Hudson Itivor Valley was won handily by Thomas. Timothy Denoghue announces that the New burg Whcelmon will match four men against tho representatives of any athletic club In the country, and that Thomas will skate I). Me Partland of the New York A 'C. any time. Hummnrles of the events to-day follow: One Mile Championship of the Iludaon Itiver Val ley Vi on by K. A. Thomas, Newbure Wheelmen: scond. r. It. Sager, Wiet Point; third, F. D. Olbbs, Newburg. Time, n minutes 12 aeconda. One Mile Match ltace Fred Hemmltt defeated Ororire llaio. both of llrooklyn. Time, Smlnutea ,12 4-r aetonda. to.noo Metro (10.BR0 1 l-loo yards) National Cham plpnaht Won hr Charles McClave, N. Y. A. C; aec oail. F. It. Sager, West Point: third, Ilarry Pcrkina, llamllne, Minn. Tlmo. 21 nilnutoiso aeconda. The National races will not bo hold hero next year. Newbure Is talked of. Schoolboys on Skates. At tho Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, yes terday afternoon, a large crowd witnessed tho Interscholastlo skating even ts, which wero hotly contested. Lo Hoy See of Berkeley School wns defeated In the ono-mllo race, ns he mistook the number of Inns. Butler Whftlnc of Lnrch mont won the hnlf-mlle event, showing a burst of speed that landed him a winner by a good margin. SummnrieA: Half-Milo Race, Handicap, for Junior Schoolboys Final htat win tiyllutler Whiting, Larchmont, I lap; P. Carnev, Public School No. 77, 76 yard, second; Oeorge S. v right, labile School Ho. 9 A. A., scratch, third. One-Mile Race for Senior Schoolboys. Ilandlcnp Final heat won by Arthur t-arony, J,ew Ycrk, J lap; Barrett Smith, New York, m laps, second: 11. it. Itandr Iph. poly Prep," 1M laps, third, Ix Hoy See, Rerhelijy School, acratch, fourth. Time, 3 minutes 34 aeionds, Tho points, awarded on tho regulation basis, showed this standing: Knrony. 5; Whltlnc. 5; Smith. :: Carney. :t: Wright. 1: Randolph. . Two exciting races wore deefded last night, tho events being open to nil. Summaries: One Mile. Handicap Final heat won by Ilarry P. MacDonahl. IletHey School or Cnmuierie. acratch; Oscar I.i.nil, llrookUn Hotkey Club.s ratch. second; Chailes H. smith, Pratt Institute, si ratch, third; II. It. Randolph, "Poly Irep." fifty yarda, fourth. Time, 3 minutes 2 1 H se conda. Half Mile, Handicap Won by II. R. Randolph, fifty sards; 0car Lund, scratch, second; 11. I). Eperis, Jr., tweuty-flvo yards, third. Time, 1 min ute 20 aeconda. ICE TACllTlSa. Two Victories for Commodore Kldd's Snow drift nt Ornngo Lnke. NEWBUito. Jan. 'J8. There was fine ice yacht racing at Orange Lako to-day. The wind wns from tho south and the ice In good condition. Tho first riieo called was for the Kldd cham pionship pennant, held by the Windward. It was a handicap affair nnd interesting. Tho en tries wero Vlee-Commodoro K dd's Snowdrift, sailed by Capt. Charles Merrltt of Low Point: tYimmodorn llliririnsnn'R Wlnilirmi! ii-liti Ibe luiiimuiiuru iiiKgiiisun i iiiuw.liu, Willi ino Commodore at tho helm: tho Troubler, man aged by Alderman Kernnhnn : the Arctic, sailed by Klijah Walsh, and Commodore Hlggiuson's ColdWavo. with Capt. O'Brien at the tiller. The sturtlnc gun got the fle white-winged lacers olT nt ".O'l o'clock. The Windward andSnowdiift played for good positions nnd got olT well together, taking tho load. Up to tho third lap the race between tho lend ers was nip and tuck, but aftor this It wns seen that Skipper Merritt was again displaying his keenness. The boats had turned the Pine Point stake, when It was nbsennd that I ho Snowdrift was gradually going to the front The race from there was hot between lhetn hosts. For n long tlmo thore wns very llttlo illlTerenco in timo between them, nnd at the llnlsh there were only eighteen secinds. Tho Snowdrift crossed at l!:,r)2"IJ, nnd the Wind ward at 'J:5.'l IH) The Arctic enmo over nt 'J-54.0S. the Cold Waie (it a 54 :'J2, and tho Troubler at 'J:54:45 Tho big Windward's T1H feet of etnvas placed her on corrected time In fourth place, nnd gave the Cold Wne second plnee. the Arctic third, and the Tiomhler last. On the call for the second contest for thn Van Nnstrnnd Cup, another handicap ince, H. K. llnmsilell's lee (Jueen spread her canvas, w'th Wlllett A. Mdd at the tiller. Tho Orarlellu enmo out with 11. .Invn as bers.illlng miner, the Minwdrlff. Aictle ami Tiouhler ngriin got rendy and Comtnodore Hlgglrison and Capt. O'Brien rTehniiKcii places- on thn Windward nnd Cold Wnf The lleet iiinprnivred on y Ii little nt the Pine Point sfiko beTore I the icport of tho gun s-out them iiwnv. The Jen Queen shot out Mist In cum I stle. She skipped mound the snivls lulet stuke. lending tho string and looked like u winner Hhenlso pa'sed the north stake nt tlie head nf I l lie set rn llvets. but hern the Snowdrift and . Cold Weio began In i)ek up. On the inn over ' to tho .Mnrtin Kiirin stake mid south tn the I home slnke both the .Snowdrift and Cnhl Winn piissed the lender, ns did the Aictle l.iternn. Vrom the hotne-stnl.e rnlnt tlinrtnnwilrlft led I nnd captured the race. The yachts crossed tho llnlshlng Hue as foil iws: Snowdrift. 4:0'J:,rf: i Cold Wae,4.0.":.'ll: A:ct".4'iXI .'7; IceOneen. lt)7:05:Tioubler.4()7 50; Vndwnrd.4:10:l)s! Thefirayiella fell out on the lltst Inn PoriiiiKiKPHir. .Inn. '-is The nice for see. , onil. class bouts nf the Hudson lllver fee Yacht Cluliwas sailed this afternoon oven nine. mllo i couisn off Hnnsevelt s Point Onlv two en- i iced, the Illltyeii.snlled byCommodwc Kocers. and the Snntn Clans, saded by Hei man Vnnder linden. Theio wns n strong sailing breere ' from tho south. Tim JHit7.cn won liy over two I minutes She finished In '1' minutes 5"i sec onds an I thn r-'nnta Cliins in ,T' minutes jo I seconds. The race lor the llrst-e ass pennant i will be sailed as snon as the .lack J'rost, Com- 1 modore Rogers's bor.t. bus her rniinor plank Khortened. llnaeluill .Schedule of I lie Iimg Islnnd In teraehnlnatlo A, I,. The Schedule Commltteo of tlio Long Island Interscholnstle A. L. held a meeting nt Adelphl Academy on l'rlday afternoon to mako out a piogrammo for tho bnseball clinmpionsliip. Tliesoen schools In tho league woio reprn-. sented by the managers of baseball teams. 'I hero wns some discussion ns to where the gnmes should lo Plaied. for tho l'ardn tuouii U at Prospect Park have not been salls fiictory owing tn the Interference by spectaiors. No definite iietlon wns laketi, but It Is thotuht that most of the games will he decided at Washington I'nrk when tho games do not eon lliet with those of the Brooklyn J.eiguo Club. The following hchodulo wub arranged: April Hi, Bt Paul Siliool . Adilphl Aiademj ; 22. Adiliihl . lliooklyu llluli. 2u, Jlrookbn Intin ;. Pratt leattute, 2ii, AdrlpJil . Kra.iuii. lull Hiith; May 3, at. Paul k. Brooklyn I.itln. and l.iu luiis Hall leg i s. "iviyprsp, ' it, Pratt w, And vlil.li. 'Plv Prep" vs. Jlrookbn JIUli, and llrnoklyn Iitlii Krsmnus Hull High: lit, I'oly 1'iep" is. Ht. Paul, lit. Ilrooklju Litm w. Hruokirn HlBli. 17. "p,,ly 1'iep" la A UlphiiiO, Pratt ta hi. Paul, nnd Ilieikbu High Y hiumus Hill Jliuli, :i, poll l'rep" v.. Piait iiitltiite, 27,iiiiiii, l-ii Itin la "puly Pifji. ' and Uriiakbu lllghw, Pratt Iinllliitii so. Ml. Paul la. I Kraamua Hall IlUh, Jum 3. Adtlnhi t. lliooklrn Latin. F.rsamiia Hall lllutt v. J-ratt. and St. Paul la. lirooUyu llluU,' I i IL DIXON IN 800 BATTLES. i POINTS IH FEATllXniTEianT CIIA3I MOK'S It ISO CAllKM. In These 800 limits thai Noted ldttl Col ored riclitrr Ilns Been Knocked Down Only Onee-llla Ilnrdeat llnltle Wns With Youns Urlffo What He Thinks of Onrdner When George JJIxon, tho champion feather weight pugilist, knocked out "Young I'luto" of Australia at the Lenox A. 0. last Tues 'day night there was hardly one of the 5,000 spectators who did ot Say: "That boy Dixon Is tho most wondttful l fighter In the world." Modest nnd unassuming, Diion had Just shaken hands with his dofcaled foe and was hurrying out of the ring as If anxious to get out of tho public gaze. Thero was no proud stalking, no grand stand business about him, such ns other champion fighters' liko to In dulge in, but ho simply followed out his old Kt.t.ttl taking his victory with Indifference. There Is no better bnlmved fighter In tho coun try than the llttlo colored man, wh" lias prob ably fought more battlos thnti anybody rise. Tom O'llourko. his manager, says that Dixon's sole nmbltlou is to fight rather than tn gain notoriety by means of newspaper tnln. Ho has never yet tefused to meet a challenger ! snd has always beon ready to agreo upon any I rules to govern a contest. Dixon's methods lu tho ring havo also placed him above ro jiroach, Ho bollovoi In fall fighting, adher ing strictly to the rules and the instructions of a roferee. What, fow decisions have boen.ren dered against him failed to arouse tho cham pion's Ire. for he always looks upon a roferee as honest. In a word. Dixon tries to be a sentleman and a sportsman at allltlmes. Those who have received verdicts over him ate George Wright. Billy Dimmer, Frank L'rne, Solly Smith and Ben Jordan, all In lim ited round bouts. The chnmplon was taking a rub down Im mediately nfter his victory over "I'luto" when a reivntor of The Bun hnd a chanco to talk with him. In answer to a question. Dixon said: "I have fought about 100 limited round bouts since I Ilrst enmo Into prominence In 18.S8, and I Imvo also taken part ln 700 four round contosts. meeting nil comers on tho road. That's tiulte a record, isn't It?" "In alt that tlmojiow many times have you been knocked down?" the reporter asked. "Only onco." repllod Dixon, "and that was In a threo-round exhibition bout wltn the 'Kentuoky ItosMiud' in Philadelphia sevornl years ago. I got out of a sick bed to meet tho engagement and In tho second round the 'Itosobud' thought ho saw n chance to gain some fame. We wero boxing lightly, per agreement, when suddenly he sneaked in a. punch on my jaw which sent ni" to the lloor like a log. When I got up tho 'Jtosebud' ran around tho ring until the bout wnsoier. That was the only time.thnt I lost my legs." "How did you happen to get Into pugilism?" "I wns always fond of scrapping and una dny while I was mixing It up with a follow bigger than myself In a little club In Boston. Tom O'llourke. my manager, discoiorod me. I held my own pretty well on that occasion and O'llourko n'keil me if 1 wanted to bo u cham pion. I said yes, of course, but I had no idea I oer would bo, Eugene Hornbackor was st crack featherweight then nnd O'llourko brought me to New York to make a match. I beat this man very milokly and then set sail for the champion. CaCJleCarthv. We were matched to lUht "o a llnlsh on Jan. 7. Ifc40. and the battle took place In a little bnll over a bunk in Washington street, Boston, I weighed llKI pounds, and the light lasted nil night. At the end of tho seienty-second round the ref eree called It n draw. "ln lr5)l I tackled .McCarthy again. In Troy, and beat him well in twenty-two rounds, al though I had him out in tho third Maddon snd McAulillo Jumped Into the ring at that period, but the referee ordered the .Ight to proceed I weighed 107 pounds uud was in groat shapo. During the light I broke my llttlo flnuer, which was tho only tlmo I eior hurt one of my hands. That victory gave me the championship." "What was the hardest battla you ever fought?" "With Young firlfTo. ot Coney Island." an swered Dixon. "It was a twenty-flvc-round bout. GrlHo weighed 147 pounds and I scaled at VJ2. tho featherweight limit I found the Australian was n wonderful boxer, more sclen tlllc. In fact, than anybody I ever met before or since. It was a fast light nnd oao of the best on record to look at. I bollevo " "How many times have opponents marked youi face?' "'oily Smith made mo bleed Tnulto a lot when we met nt Coney Island somo years ago. but that did not prevent me from knocking him out. Lrne, Tommy White and several others also succeeded in making the claret flow, but that Is nothing If a fellow Is sound In bodv. limb nnd wind." "What are the lowest and highest weights nt which you haie fought?" "The lowest was 10H pounds and the highest 1''4. I run lighter now than for some tlmo pnt. When I began training for the "Pluto' fight I weighed llj'.i'. pounds, but I soon built miself un to llli. Then I worked to 115, at which weight I entered the ring. Yet I nm just as strong as I would be If 1 neighed l'J4." "W ho Is the best featherweight ln this coun try, barring yourselfr" "I think tiiirdnor Is the man I've met him in a tweiitv-ll.e-roiind bout and know what ha can do. Some dsy he may succeed me as cham pion, for he Is Improving steadily and Is n imwerful hitler. Ben Jordan, the English champion, who cot a decision over me. Is also a splendid featherweight, but I think I can beat him It we eier meet again " "Do vou prefer limited-round bouts to flnlBh fights?" "I have no preference. Finish fights decide berond a doubt who Is the better man. while sometimes there Is a diirereneo of opinion when a llmltid-round brtut ends. But finish contests appear to be out of dite nowadays " Dixon says he will bo twenty-nine years old next July Ho has been married for ten years In training for lights be generally conduct his own work, ns ho knows from experience how to get lit. Ho Is a hard woikerand Is conscientious to a fnult. He says O'llourke, ns his second, has beon of Inestimable ser vice to lilni. Some day Dixon will be sum marily beaten, as nearly all pugilists are. but be will alwavs be remembered as a phenome nal lighter and a Miuare little man. Ynlo tn Cornell. To TriE LniTonoF The Sun .Sir: Far be It from mo to unnecessarily prolong a fruitless discussion, but tho letter in to-day's Sun nnent the Cornell-Yale, rowing situation, signed "Cornolllnn." is such nn excellent argument In behalf of Yale's position that I nm moved to mid a few feeblo observations lo tho goneral mass of lllornturo on tho subject. Jour correspondent sajs: " First " Ynlo Is not dictatorial ' (Hero follow some uncon tested historical data.) In 18. fiYnlo challenges once more. Cornoll, twice victorious, declines." "Is Cornell nt fnult?" No. Sir. Editor. Cornell Is not nt fault. No ir.oro Is Yale or the man In the moon nt fault. No one Is at fnult. Cornel' wants to do one thing; Yule wants to do another. So Cornell qulto I'loporjy follows In-r Inc'luiitions; Yale does likewl-e Cornell Is thereby dictated to; Yalo lioeoincsdlrialnr. "Second -'Yale is not afra'd.' Yalo rows Harvard mid usually wins Sho rows Cornell and usually lovs. liofuses to low Cornell, Ac, Does tine reflect great eiodlt on Ynln?" (For Picking nut tin opponent sho usually heats ) No more, perhaps, i linn Cornell's, deslro to row Yale rellects credit on her. If tho practice of rowing only those whom you can bent Is so reprehensible, Conie'l. why encourage It by rowing with into V "Cornell has three times proved Imr mitiatlo supremacy over Yale." lirnnt. d ""Shu holds the world' tliree.inllo leeord " Granted " She holds tho Amcrl-nn four-mile lecoid " Willi thn tide In her favor, yes We want her to hold them-liold them tight, itmy on the l'lUlglikeepslii eourse. until tho Hudson Itiver Is found to be loo small, or tnhnie newly il'scoiered nnd unspeakable oh lections, mid then move tn the waters of New lork; harbor. How n reaatta wllli anywhero from four to four bundled eoinpollng crows We are old-feshloned enough to want to stick by our poor little New London eourse. with our Interior crews, and enjoy out selves Ilo let us stnii I Ills "cliumiilonshlp" business. Wo urn not champions.. Wo noier claimed to be champions, iivl so long ns we havo any good sense remaining wo will not bo claim whether wo win nr lose.. If you want to comn and join us In our Insignificant racosntNew London, why, como ulong. Cornell. If you don't, why. say so and let It stop there. And whatever ou do, plc-aso stop using us ns an advertising medium. Yalemuian, New Yoiik, Jnn."J7. Ilrooko Will Conch hwnrtlimnre's Football I'lnieri, BwAnTitsionE. Jan. an. It has been an nounced that (linrgo II. Brooke, tho ox-star football plaj er. w ill i oacli Hie bwiiithmoro team during thu coining seasen. This selection meets Willi fuMir on the part of nlumnl and students, since it has been tho desini for yeam that nn iilumnus fundi he appointed. Jlrnokt Will lint lllkn charge of H e teillll II SI 1 1 1 Septem ber, although it is lii- Intention In thu riii.-iiictn limn light p. aeiice, coiiMsuiigol klckmi' and catching i hi; l.ii.l J'lio prn-peet for good ma terial is bright, mid hwuithmnrc should liaioit successful season under Broyko's inauugu-lueut. COLVSIftTAa ATHtBTBS. A Oymnnitlo Club Orgnnlied-Peet rjeased with Jlowlng Candidates. A new organization has been added to the list of Columbia' University's athletic associa tions. At Dr. lavage's suggestion a olub of thosestudentanctlvelr Interested In gymnastics , was formed last wcok. Tho elootlon of officers resulted'as follows: President, C. Rmtmond, 1001; Secretary and Treasurer, 0, W. Smith, "f0; Captain of Oymnaitlo Team, A. I). Ds Young. 1001 Law Kiecutlre Com mittee, Da Young, Eaatmond, and 0. W.Ward, 1001 Lw About forty mon are practicing for tho team. Physical Instructor Bolus Is giving personal attention to them. Tho candidates are work ing now for tho exhibition match with the Yale team, to tnko plnco at Columbia during March. It ts probable, also, that tho team will enter the Intetcolleglatecontost arranged by N, Y. U. Besides the gymnasts, tho hockey and la crosse players, tho cycle team and the oarsmen nro also doing active training. Tho hookey team will play Its second gamo In tho Intorcol leglato championship series against Old I'onn's Bknters In Philadelphia to-morrow evening. Thirty men responded last week to tho call for lacrosse toam cnndldntes. All except n fow of these aro nxpnrloncod players. They are practicing dally itl squads In the big gymna sium net. Three Croseent A. O. men ore assist ing III tho coaching, It II. K. Htnrr, who re viled tho sport nt Columbia, has resigned the captaincy. He will, liowemr, retnln his place on the team. Hugh Kufkn, 1000, has been plectcd In Ntnrr's plnee. The oulcera of tho Lacrosse Assoclntlon nro : President, Hugh Knlfkn. lflOO: Vloe-Presldent. ft C. Smith. lliOOi Secretary. B. M. L. Ernst : Treasurer. F. I'. Bandnlph: Delegates to thn Union, Ktarr, II. Hmlth, (lleckon F. hneeland nnd 0. Eyer. 11. Hmlth. '1)0. was chosen dclegnto to tho Inter Vi'llorslt7 Lneroaso Association. The cycle team Is doing Indoor work under tho direction nt Conch Webb, who has handled Tom Cooper for throe years. Only olghtoeh men nro trying for the team at present. It has not been decided whether tho annual Inter collegiate meet will be hold In Philadelphia. New York or Boston this year. Columbia, of coursc.faiors New York. Fifty students nro still ln tho race for seals In the 'vnrsltv or froshmnn boats. Dr. Pcot purposes to koep the number of candidates largo for some tlmo to como. It Is doubtful If even a preliminary selection will bo mndo be fore the mon get on thn water, so well Is tho material for both eights regarded by Peet. Tho work on tho machines Is still confined to learn ing tho body swing nnd arm work. Tho slidos hnvo not yot been used. Cnndldntes for thn 'varsity football team will nlso bo called out for spring practice nn soon as the weather permits. A conch has not been solected. Butterworth and John Hall, both Yalo men. nro tho most promlnontcandldales mentioned for tho place. Manager Mitchell announces that $1,400 has alreadybeen col lected for tho eleven. The first game will be playod with Trinity at Hartford on Oct. 3. OTMXAbTICS. Crack Performers nf the Colleges to Meet at the Y. V. Arrangements for tho Intorcolleclate gym nastic, contest to bo held In the Now York Uni versity gymnasium. University Heights, have boen completed. The event will take placo on tho evening of March 24. The programme will Include thn horizontal bar, parallel bars, side horse, fling rings, tumbling and club swinging. Prizes prosonted by Commodore Banks will bo awarded to tho first, second nnd third men In each ovent. Each contestant will bo allowed three, inovoments in each evont, and oach movement will count ton points, which will b divided ns follows: Two for the manner In which tlio apparatus Is approached, two for tho moiement. four for the form displayed and two for the manner of leaving the apparatus. A cup will be awarded to tho man milking the greatest number of points In all the ovonts. The winner of this cup will bo known ns tho champion nll-around collego gymnast for 1808. The Institutions that have entered so far nro Ynle. Harvard. Prli.ccton, Unlvorslty of Penn sylianla. Cornell. Columbia. Amherst. Lehigh, Wesleyan, Rutgers, hwnrthmore. Hnverford, New ork University. Union. Lnfaiotte. Trin ity. Union Thoologlcal Semlnnry and Williams. The contest is given by tho N. Y. U. anil Is sanctioned by the Society of College Gymnastic Directors. All expenses will bo borne by the N. Y. U. Tho judges will be selected from among tho best-known gymnastic men of the country. On Feb. "4 tho N. V. U will meet the La fayette Collego gymnastic team at University Heights. There will be eight events, ns fol lows: High jump, horizontal bar. parallel bars, fenco Tault. olub swinging. Hying rings, sldo horse and tumbling. Points will ho scored by the same system which will be usod In the In torcollegiato contest. A handsome silk banner will bo presented to the team making the fireatest number of points. Tho most piomls ng candidates for tho N. Y. U. team are: Capt. F. J. Bolther, 1000; Albert J. Keane. lHOti; Henry N. MncCrnckon. 11HK); Benjamin H. Belcher. 1001 : John Herrmann. 1001 : William Yoting.1001 : Merton De Ln.Miiter.lDOl: Harry Macnus. IH)l: baniuelH Jones. 11)0; Stnnloy L. Wilcox. 11102. and Clarence Downs, IDOL'. Assistant Manager MncCrncken is in corre spondence with tho Woslojan University gym niifctlc team, nnd there are somo prospects of n meet, to be held In MIddlctown somo timo in March. ivir.J! Axn iiAttYAiin ni.iAnrtEK. Crimson's Amendments to the I. A. A. Con stitution Kot Indorsed In Kew Haven. New Haven. Jan. 28 The managers of the Y'ale A. A. are greatly annoyed by tho state- muntR thnr thA nmenHmanta rAeentlv nraianl.il menis mat me nmenaments recently presonteu to the Intercollegiate A. A. by Harvard havo tho indorsement of tlio New Haven men nnd that tho continued membership of Yalo and Harvard In tho association depends upon their acceptance. A month ago J. M. Magce. President of the Ynle A. A., Infoimed tho correspondent of The Sun that Y'ale had no communication with Har vard upon this score : that the two unlversltlos wero not acting conjointly, and he repeated the statement this afternoon with still greater emphasis: " Yale und Harvard have no undorstaridlnc upon these or any othor amendments." Ho further said; "AH talk of conferences and tho llko do not havo the slightest foundation. Tho statement that Yalo and Harvard will with draw from tho Intercollegiate A. A. If these amendments arc not passed la absurd, so far ns Yale is concernud. iVhetlieror not Yale re mains after this yenr has nothing to do with tho acceptnnco or rejection of these amend ments. They nro purely Hnrvard affairs, and Yale disclaims all responsibility for them. Wo am indifferent ns to what becomes of thorn " From itnothorsourci) it wasleurnod that Yalo not only bad no hand In drawing up the amend ments, hut that one of them nt least, that which requires that a man who has repre sented one university in nn intercollegiate moet can never represent another. Is distaste ful to her. It can be stated that Yule. Inr from noting conjointly with Harvard, will npposo this measuro. Yale Is entlstled with the rulo limiting tho time before such an "Im migrant" can participate to ono year. The New Haven Institution suffers from this rule this year, for It disqualifies n T. Wil bur, tho champion shot-putter of the Pacific coast, who entered tho Scientific, whool hero last fall. In this connection It be came known to-day that the Gtnduato Ad visory Committee of the Intorcolleclate A, A. has undor consideration several amendments intended to lectlfy tho current abuses of the association, in icgard to professionalism, which wore presented nt a meeting held In New York. His IrtiiMjsslblo to lenrn lust what tho rules jirnnosod at thn meeting are. but It Is known that they do not resemble the amendments lately forwarded by the captain of the Hnrvard A A. It Is believed that theso amendments and not those proposed by Harvard have the support of Yale. Mora Frisee for Ihe Westminster Kennel Club's Show. Only one weok remains to send In entries for the Wcstmlnstor Kennel Clubshow at Madison hqunro Garden, beginning Feb. 21, and lasting four days. Among the spoclal prizes offered since the premium list wns sent out aro the fol- 1 ft nr t n ir lowing: 'flui Hrottleh Terrier Club of America, two chab lcuiiu i una fur the heat American hred dog and llnh.cuiw to ho v, on Hie t.ntia, open to members only. hitwjnl Killy, a cup, lalued at $25, for tho beat Eucllih m Hi r pupii), tn bo I'niiii.ettil for at the Minlniliiatti heiiiicl Club shuwa and ts be won tnicu hy tho same, owner Lifoiu bcuuiilug ble ab.o lutupreeirit ihu E 1111 Collie Kennels of Oalaahlele, H. B u i.I1m i tup lor the hi at imported Co Ihe. The Hiuitli or Jhiglaml Aludale Terrier Club, a gold modal for thu best Airedale tnrrkr owned hv a Hildentuf thii llultcd Btatra; alao a siller medal for the beat hrtd lu Aunuicu. Mm. PijiiUa lIcmuHiii, through the American Hjidiiul c'luli. tho PiemierClialli'mce Bowl lor the hi at lu.ker apanlel puppy eildbued hy a member of Ihe AiLsrli au oiiitiiii 1 i:iuu, in ho ou three tlmea In tore hecomliig I ho bIm lute j roperty of tho wlnnrr. A ineiiihcrnf tho American Pet Dog club, flu fur the In at grej hound exhibited hy a woman, donor not to roiiiiu te. Cliurlrs JlTllforil.theDunollieCup, for the beat Great Jiane hjti h, oiieu to all, Jehu 1irillur.l Arden, a allier cup, valued at (12n, lo be InoMm aa the Tommy Tickle Challenge chip. P r the I est hull terra r of tho uppoMe ae to thn winner of tin lmmdoii and hi niu-lly Challenge (.'up ipulilitlii'dlu Ihiipic-iiiluuil.an, and lo begocuruid hy aaiiit condltna a. Ill lonsjiliTittlon of tho number of light weight bull terriers Hint nro liioliBiblo for the limit lass, Hid Ncstinliietnr Club mis decided to iiiivci un open class for dogs und bitchc not ovceodlng 'M pounds, to bo known us clubs TOD-UP OF CYCLE SI10W. TltOVSAXns TAKE A I'AnEWBT.T. TIBXT OK TUB WUEBL EXHIBITS. members of the Trade Delighted with Tin snlts nnd Anxious to Tnko Npncn Agnln , Two lllg ITrnis Alrendy After tho Cen tral Section Novelties Find l'nvor. Tho exhibit ot oycles, automobiles and ac cessories wound up nt Madison Sqttaro Gardon last night in a fashion which loft llttlo room for doubt that an annual show on the samo lines will bo appreciated. Thousands ot porsons who had been unablo to tako In tho attractions earlier In the woek throncod tho aisles, and' with catalogues and newspaper clippings for reference, slzod up all tho spoclal features. It wss a orowd largely representative ot tho work ing classes, who generally defer tholr onjoy ment until Saturday night, nnd tho volublo young mcu In tho dlfToront booths were kopt busy answering a cyolono of polntod Ques tions. Whllo the gathering wns at flood title n party of younc mun with oienlng olothos on tho butsldo and a largo quantity ot Tenderloin stimulants lnsldo their low-cut vests mado tho circuit ot tho show In r.lgzag fashion. They lined up on their first round ln front ot u balcony booth, which showed nn auto mata skirt dancer. Tho flguro scorned 'real to them nnd thoy mado a bold attempt to carry It off to tho cafiS. When they found that tholr Ideal was a mere dummy, ono of tho party said: "Como along, boyss thero's a placo on tho other sldo whero wo can get lagor bcor." Tho invitation was accepted with ohcora and they mado tholr way to n booth on tho north gallery, whuro they Issued an omphatlo order for wholesale refreshments. Tho attondant wns nonplussed until tho leadorof tho party pointed to the elcctrlo sign and repeated tho order. "You advortiso lager beor." ho stam mered. '" put 'om up." Just then a few friends enmo along nnd explained that tho illumiuutlon really spoiled "Hagor Ooar." Taken us a whole, tho show has been an agroeablo surprise to exhibitors, and two large manufacturing firms were bo fnvor nbly Impressed that they made u joint offor for the central lloor space at tho next show. Tho consensus ot opinion last night wiih ihat thn crowds luivo been larger and more representa tive than oi or before, and that tho threatened stagnation lu the trade tins no toundntlon m luct. It is said that the promoiors will como out sufficiently uhend on tne venture to juutiry them In booking dates lorthwith for next year. Among tlie novelties which ntttucted moru than passing attention Inst night weru various kinds of swinging peduls. pump machines, chain cleaners, folding bicjelo crates, auto matic sent posts und acetylene gas lumps. Ad mirers of rich coloring swnrmed around tho booth which makes a specialty of enamelling and nickel plating, lleru sp-clmens wore ex hibited In novel shadings described ad brown madripole, Ceylon coral, sorpoutlno green, canary yellow and California redwood. Tho slot pumps lor Inllatlng tiros while you wait also caught tho crowd, and the critics dovoted considerable) time to a study of tho automatic seat post mado of n piece of tubing split trans versely, so that tiioclosoncss of tho adjustment Is governod by the body pressure. Tho scarcity of puncture-proof tires was commented on, but there wus u lavish display of repairing doiices. Ono of these was a fluid put up In collapsible tubes, having n threaded nozzle, which might he lltted to the valve of any tire. Pressure on tho tin tlnsk sends thu fluid to thu desired siiot. und tlio makers say it furnishes n reliable euro for punctures. Another fenturo wns tho one-trip cyclometor. which can bo turned hack to zero at tho end of a day's run In tho samo way as a car conductor reverses tho lure Indicator. Wbtlo these and other exhibits monopolized the attention of practical cyclists, tho souvenir hunters wero busier than over around tho booths which fniored this medium of adver tising. Diplomacy, argument or excuses wero lost on thoso who had como to annex ull tho mementos in sight or in stock, nnd when the curtain droppod on tho show beforo midnight the stalls wero stripped as bare of everything outside standard exhibits as if a cyclono had swept through the Uurdon. XEirS OF TUB iriIEEL3IEX. J. W. Spnldlng Tnlks .bont the Cycling Conditions Abroad. J. W. Spalding returned from Europo yester day after a foreign trip of four mouths. He hoped to land In time to seo tho bicycle show, but tho llnor Kaiser Wllholm II. was so ham pered by adverso weather that ho felt lucky to come in at tho finish. Whllo his trip was chiofly for pleasure, ho avallod hlmsolf frocly of tho chanco to study tho question of road and bicycle on his tour through England. Italy and France. In an Interview ho said: "This time, more than over before. I was Impressed with the superiority of the roads in Europo oier those ot America. To my way of thinking those Interested In this country, who utilize tlio common roods, should do some sys tematic nnd concerted work In tho interest of road making. "What pleased mo principally wns the large number of American wheels that one could see on the thoroughfares throughout Europo and the high opinion of their staudnrd quality expressed upon all sides. By comparison with Euglish wheels they are lighter, stronger, and in llnlsh fur superior. Even in England I Unci that American wli-els are gaining iniiopularity which was never known prior to Inst year "Tho automobile In Francois popular to-day. and It Is certainly pleasing to sen tho hun dreds of them on tlio boulevards of Paris. Tho French machines seem to bo soinuwhnt lighter than thoso ulnhltcd here, and the wickerwork ones, used principally hy women, are especially attractive. Theiouroqnlton number in uso In England nnd more in Italy. "Tho cyclo allows wero very successful, and judging from my conversation with manufac turers In England, this feature Is a a permanent institution. I nm very glad that the cycle show nt Madison Squaro Garden hns been so suc cessful, for I am firmly convinced that national ciclo shows should bo held each yoar under jiropornusjiicos." Boston, Jan. 29. Tho mall ballots on the question of tlio nlaco whore the next annual meet of tho L. A. W. will bo held were counted atthooltlce of Secretary Bassett here to-dny, The vote wus 150 in favor ot Boston and 00 fuf Buffalo. Chalrmnn Mott of tho L. A. W. Racing Board issued tlio following bulletin yesterday: Campello Jllcyele club and Frank Flanders of Procktnu, Umi. liavn been placid upon tlie Hat of thoae to whom lurther Hiuctfona will he refused for failure to accanl certain prizpa. The Athlc tic Park, Now Orleana, is snapended f roin the aanet'ou prli ileg , pendlnc; payment of a lino of $200 for hoMiuct iiUFaurtloued races. Ttie follow inn mllclala of tao iiui.anctlond race meet at New Orle.ina, Jan. 22, IHim, are rule loir all I.. A. W trark lu i.iory rapidly: ltol.ert w. Ahhott. (I. II. Miller. J. .!. W.illlfe. John V. Ulblm. W. Hmlth. Charles 11. rentier. Dr. O. Ralomon. I. Kehwirin. A. M. Hill. . i. I'rnian, I- M. (Ir.ihum, William Hey. man, Xicd Utler, t'harle J. llabat. II. A. Totard. Vtiluain fliaulau. Kl Ilo. a 11, Ueorgo haller and Henrr Knooji, New- Oileaua Tranf ferred t tho Prof eaalnnsi Clsas Fred Dnircy. Fair llan-n. VI. Hinpinilo 1-K. V Dnaison, Alfred and Ilarry neirt, Enieet Marline. Louis J. and Km man Vtoodwnrtli, and .loeOatll, New llilcatin, to May 1, 18U1I, for corn pet ng in una ini'tleued rat aa. Henry Hem diet, .Ion tlrrn. and K J. Oonnalea. New Orleana. aro fli I f2.'i and auienitrd until paid for conipe ing in miKanrthnu d nn i e. Jeai'lih Chrl tie, New- II -cltonl. Mnaa., la ruled off all L. A, W. Irai It in ccerycapacily tn I'eh. 20, Jsun, foruncientleinaiily cunditt't at a rare meet. A. A, Chaae. lai.'htud, loiapeii led by the N. C, U to Micron it, i Kins, for violation nf rules, Aoe. Jr., and Dnhot, I'tance, auapended by tho U. V. F., to July 1, jRh.i. llasketbnll. Yonkers, Jan,2S.-To-nlgl)t the Yale basket ball team scored Its ilrst victory bvertho Fourth Separate Company's five, and Y'onkors suffered Its first defeat of tho season. The game was a fine exhibition, and tho crowded armory rang with eheors from nu nudlenco numbering fully i',000. Yale's victory enn bo attributed sim ply to horknowlodge of this jeur's rules, vntelilhiiemlni'liina inuiatnrlmwO.u., p,,!..., 'ei.r... wnienine conegians insistoii on observing. Iliey forbade tlio use of two-hand jiny In dribbling the ball.it new depnrturu which wm foreign to tho militiamen's st) le. Iiiconseiiiienco Yalo scored mnnv points for the violation of tills rule on the part of the home plaiers, The final scoiowiis 10 tot), and nil of Yiilo's points wnro scored by Shiirpoand C. E.C'lurk, Tho line-up: J'ate. I 'tuitions, .v.,Mier f). K. Clark . . Ill jh forward McQuillan I,. I.. Heard . .. Reft forward .King A, II. Hharpe .. , Ci ntro llyer A. 1). Lockwood. .ttiirht guard Madden J. K. Clark.. . U'ltcintrd . Williams (iinlt-tl. K. Clark, r., Bliarne, 2i Madden, 2i King, li Vtllllsins, I, Goals ou foul Sharpe, G; McQuil lan, 1, Yale's Itowinc Cnndldntes at Work. New Haven, Jan. "..'. The candidates for both tho 'varsity and tho freshmen crows put In hard work to-dny. Coach flalliitidot ispent a grout deal of tlmo lu the afternoon with the freshmen, who weru cut down by Capt. Allen from fifty to thlrty-llvo men. In nearly nil tho pructlco Wnrmouth. foimerly of the ht. Paul cinii. has i.eted u.s stroke. Thu Ilrst hiiuihI of (isslstuntcoaelicrsnrriied tlilHiifieriioun. They tiiii Jim Itodgcirs, 'li: Dr Miornood B Ives, V.l. and IViey Bolton, 'Ho. Thu following can dldiufs wero (.eluded byCait. Allen for tnnk mirk; Stiokc.Cumuroni7, tJrconle,if;il, Hilli- 'k'e.'l'bow.'l'utier-o. iivUc!' Mi "' 5 ' 3 ,j5port;ittrm'js CJooflu, .Siiortjsmnn'is (TJooib. ill Nassau ST. 2 STORES $$ jfW jfCrfrfc V -iff 07 CORTLANDT ST. HO&tAE BILLIARDS AftSD POOL. POOL TABLES, BOWLING. INDIANCLUOS,&o Made of IIAIU) WOOD, hlttklypo. TENTLVS, made from solected INDIAN t LCDs m.i, , jhed aisle bed. covered with till- 0voned Rock Maplo and every J.1"'"' '! k. ","1 ' K"b ' in',.,1, Hard cloth ami panecllr lee el. ,, . , . ... ,. .' I. ervrluh Ii up .. i ,i , '; Don Klaitio Oilihtona. No bellor t,u0 turned to exact regulation di- will nut ilir.uki r . t ,. , i.JJJ ciiahions sro uee 1 on Standard Ta- mcnilona, per est of 10, S.1.09. WilnliKl. 2. .' t n. 1 lea. lleirulnr Poiil Halls turned -1 . ' ' " down to rouulred alio. HALLS, mado of beat IJONtfM l'rlns. ' r.lt -t.' ;,., ; Model D, Hi xl M inches ..SOCO VIT.K, perfectly turned nnd highly Dl'MII ltt.il ' "' D, 24x44 " ... 11 OS iwllelied. Made of h in. nm I , ,', i . ,i. " r,28xB2 " .... SUf.O llrgulstlnn size 83 no aa linliiiiCl.ii sand 1 1 . , t(f " 0,04X114 " .... Sllf.0 HM-inch diameter : r' Plrf..e,u'm,,.Vth Vii ' ' '' -s' ,. Complete with full set of Balls. " " in,m- m."'.' ",ll' Ojea, Chalk, c. 1H 8 .-,,, or.MlAilu i'i 1IIH.IAKI) TAHIjES 7 " " TO Male or lie.l I: i i ,1 i ,v. We can furnish in samo sizes at n'JWLISO BALI, HVOS ... . 7'le. m,,rlV.. mni'iMl'iir i' "',' 'i""1"" aboie prices. 1-II0J53. ItubburSjlce, 0.1 r. ,V TSe. priced liiarhltie I , "'," Completo I.ino of Sporting nnd Athletic Uooda, Csincias, Ac. l'ree Oittlegm. on Vie 1 , .t ,, TIIK IM'.IiRNObli DOIjIjAII WATCH IS RltAitAMHv.n. ssssss-ss 00ss I The BUYING of a BICY-f CLE is a mutter of SERIOUS IMPORTANCE. All your ?ploanuro in cycling depends A on your wibo choice. In CH00SINQ the CRESCENT you run NO RISK. Tho unnn-f imouB testimony' of CRES- fCENT purchnaors should con-o vinco you that CreBConto QUALITY has no superior. o Crescent Juveniles, $25. Adults' Chain Models, $35. Bevel Gear Chalnless Models, $60. Il899 CRESCENTS ARE NOT t '98 MODELS. Art Catalogue Free. a Ascntt Everrhcrc. 2 IWESTERN WHEEL VORKS, I 36 Warren St., New York. x ItOCKEV. Ynle Defeats Old l'cnn in n Fnat Gnmo by Four (Jcinls to One. The St. Nicholas Rkatlnr; rink was crowdoJ last nlcht with the partisans or Yalo Unlierblty nnd the University of I'onn- I Bylvnnin.whowatchod the picked plajers of tho I two institutions struuelo for .supremacy In n i fust enmo of hockey. Tho tons of Old m J played brilliantly and won by a score of 4 soah to 1. Every ono of tho hoven positions was ' well coveted by the wearers of the blue, and , tho accurate pasiinu of the forwards enabled them to keop thn puck in tlio opponents' tein tory most of the time. Harnett's work was particularly elfective. "I'oniisyV' men played with tho most vim at i tho start and rapidly worked the puck down to ' Yale's tfoal, which vvuh in dancer -everal times I iliirincthe llp-t few iniiiiitcs. Itrock then cot control of tho rubber nnd pluyod It to tlio cither und of the rink. After n few iiuuiienU nf Bklrmisliitii; mound Old IViiii'h coal Cross eleverly hlid the puck up to Yale's enver point lluo. He then piissed tn Wallaee. who (enroll ufter just live minutes' piny. The lain boj'H were then on tholr mettle, uud nfter lin inu; up ncain iiiadn many shots ut "I'ouii ny's" coal, which weio repoateilly blocked by Moure. After II vo minutes of cxeltlim work i'nlmer passed to Stoddard, who sent tho disk throiiKli and evened un the score. 1'hteo minutes lator lirock lifted cleverly from nearly tho centre of the rink and scored ncnln for Ynle. The hair ended aftor a scrlmmaco in front of Old I'enn'H itoal, in which tho puck nn penred to curl over the lino, but tho umpiui Bald "No iroal." After ten minutes of the second half thn nirllo Harnett pursed to Hlodclnnl, who clrovo the puck hetweon t!ie posts iicalii for Yale. 1'our minutes Inter Harnett assisted l'nlnierln Heorlim tlie last coal lor the New Haven lads. Another drive hytbo Intter for co.il just be foro time vvns up was called a cn.ilhvthe um pire, but It clem I; went wldo nf the maik mid the declsiou was roverfOtl. Tho line-up: Ynle IT, Poidinnt, I'tmaulvanir: hnillll Ileal V. mo Hfsly Point .Crom Uri'ck Cover point Slaekuuiisii VVulicorth 1 i in n;,"''" f rorward..4 .::flh.cr r "'.".' i .Vwl'ivc hiod lard I I . .ij-n w ltcrcrre W. A. Uchlen. New Yer't A. C. empire ('. A. llcnjaiujn und .1. Oi'nittinr. UraU- St'iihluiil, 2; Uri.ck, 1 . lMlntor. 1 ; Wslliiic, j, 'tiinoTwci 2u uiluiite Indie-. (lAMiintDHK, Jan 2S.-TwocameH In theclass hockey Mines nt liiirvard were pluyeil yestet ilny nfternoon on hpy l'ond. The seniors won from tho juniors in u closely contested canin by 1 L'nal in 0. (iooil ip.tm vvas shoini on hot . sides. Thn (-ophomnies plajed the,i Uri-t name in tins series, lientini; tlio freshmen nv ;; oul-to 1. Ow.iu lo the nlisenee (r nome of the reuular p'aveis the leams vveieoronly six men e.ieli. The fn-shiuei, showed a Inek oi team work, nnd lipllvlduilly did notsceinae customed to their positions. t"nrbal! J.'otii., r.i.hinv.".lhs ''s.-Hiirlln IV ruen. thn nell-knOTn 1 catcl:i-r nf Xhi i.orii ln.-ha'I ti ii i. im. n tlv unit r wi nt s mi'ri..sfiil npeiit o i stl'li O ty llnpcj.lt.-il for a lilp trn'il .j of Inn:.--tainliii' It ,j;ii hroucihtun hy s heavy blide to l,.e liunin pt.i'.e U.tMimuiiir, Jim 2s. The m ih ha. chall serin for the I.eit' r Cui s vcdl 1 ivln. I. UMiitd, iiiin,rillntei ftfter Ihe fpiintf ie .. T.i. iuifn will lj n..o r the mnnair.'ii em of P. 1). Ih futon, 'inn II. s. Ilal Jlidl, und J. N Trai.er, Jr., iin.O, Koiti tan . . HiitriiiOiioiijr, lull. -.'s r.-ton Hull CiilletrB iironi ' ikemo liUloatpllu liS4i.n.ill n 111) ill thnn.ld nm I Mas ui, Sicnitay Um V h.m 11 it.iii.-i it llm fi n n. I t-aiiici Man ii '-'.I, l'ur-i i.iln. .it Fenlhain. Apil IJ. I I'lliirslty "I Vi rue in, at S ion Hall, lii, jliinuv IIlll A A. at S-tin Hall, .'l.llnst nC.liec-.ji hVi ii Hull. Mi,- ii. Pi'iinmlMiuls Hat. Culli.:e, at H nn Hall, I'D, Hmliuilild. st se'.ou ll.ilii '7 Mnnlultan 11. II. A., ut IS t .11 Hull r,n KnUl,, rhortor a f . at llenfit J'oliit Juiiji :t, rnidhiiii. nt Setiiii Hall; Jitiia in, Milrmy lldl A. A., ot felon Hall. (l,nni iciil alii ihoarrtiiiiiil with the .Newark A. C , Nmurk Al Isntic beuiiui) Club and thu OjIIcko of the llti of New or. I'spt. Jaiurs 11. Van Vleclr, iduo, nf thn N Y I', liaeeimll tj am, ban nrdi'ici I the candidates t tep rt rorliidior pridlcaun 1'ih. la. Of lat iiar iKim the fnllowliit: nrn -Ull at rnlle.e. Capl. Jaiik II an Vhck, in si, leit m Id, Alheit V. Ncutlir n luiio, centre Meld, riiiiil J. i,j l.r n, ,,Jt; fliildi llokert C-jfl, it,ou. Hist lium. Nd.u II, llistfll. 'im. seiiinil Pa.e, I'liar'et A Tn hir, liml, plti'lu-i; Manlcy Moli-iivin, Ino.. siilwilintfi slmriitujii Herman lire. h. r, Into, Pileli.r, Iji-wU r Jlajiiwi, IIkhi. subrtitul ll.ldir. rniiiiliirnt aiiioin; thu new nun am Ii.-mi II ilter.l. li.on, fhnrli-l .p. Diiuiau M leun, Iniui tickler. I'.ll.'Bllll I) Hull, Hull enlcl.ol. Ilewelljll T Uniilia. linn. piMieri I'dwaru y. llorltc. linn latchir. ii tor III. Mnckill, l.-oi, im,in i. Timi P lire in, lnoa. third lus. ; Snuiiil II Joub. imi2. fililir, Charle Ihernc-. IUO'. mtilu-r ami K.ani. Halford, Inns, liitctirr. M.uiar.r Wit .on liai ,r ruln-'eil a''hiililh' nf abnui Iweut.' iraliio, ami It is thcfliiitsll.colleeo.chc-clulcM. i. L'. ha4eerliad, ISnsl.rlb.ill Notes. Tho third and lanfame of the ikc hetwrrn the Central A. Oan.ll'a k V 0. wmderhlrd ut the fur lucru cjyiniiajjiiim j.atcrday nimiilinr. llmh tlieu pls'i'da trniii! t-'iliic in the flint bulf ami neither cored, 1 lie henna leant calned alt a Ivuutaito on a loul committed by tho I'arL A. C. aud ttually wen Ly tltescoieof a too, i ' amslsWtinmiMn.iM! f1jj' '1M' ifTlsafsUi f OWO-O-iVO;--'(c0 c If yon woro nt tho Cycle Mnnv a yon iiiolmlily cxiiiiilnccl the I Pierce, Crawford, I ? Wolff-American x KI-UYVLKM. S KMKacBHiktjjtJia..HauaBJUZMasi V irr.'r.T, sni.r. tiu.m vou t I $1 Down j Y IS'.)!) Jorfes noir on Exhibit inn, TIib Eanitable General Proyidias Co. fW (" E. G. V. CO. ) 29 BROADWAY, N. Y. A (Thlnl lloor, lo'nmbU Bulltllsgi. I X on 1 $ ( 123 B'way. cor. 25th St. S X ijiiookIjYN. 164 IViONTACUE ST. t Qunkcr, Cresooiit, Ouklmitl Cycles. I ll.'J5 weekly. 1 Starr Wheel Co., 132 East 2Sd tt. t Stand 04 Cyclo Show. f TVHEN orrtennj rour sDeclahbitluli'ercle spe:.ftr OEM HUBS. Easiest runulne, most dnrsble and tlneit tlninh O 1 lomtnln and dust pro if BTOCKTIIX JlKti. CO., 1U7 Chamh.ru st , ' T. 5.ofe-c., (Dnmitncs, be Slelcb Kobes, COxOG, reduced to CIO. S:o nnd 1920. 11 1 n ok Hem- Rnlica, IcjUl!,',, til SO, 817St lied l'"ox, SCO, 876 nnd S8.-.1 Nnlnral Otter, ejSoO; lllnlc, S300; Uiidsou liny 5ab!r, aioo. C. C. Sbnyne, 45d St.. West, near nth r. FOR SALE AT DURLANO'S RIDING ACADEMY A lurKO number of ilimly trained sudd! horses iiiul tdio jiulr of curriiic horsM, line style und coiil'oiiiiiition. Iiiquirc of WM. ILtKIjI). ' unrrixa clvii r:orj.:s". A Lively Time Kxpcctcd lit Farkwny'it An nunl Mectiuc;. Tho Trarrinc factions of tho rc.rkiray Dririrr Club nro busy In mar.ihallinc their ! nvs Inr tho finish llfjht for control of tho club, ii nidi n scheduled lo tnko placo nt tho postpin ! a' nunl meeting n month licncc. lioth Miles lutes cncuccd prominent llrooklyn lawyers to tei"--t-ent theui. nnd.ill hlu'lia tioint to a licele sion. On ono hide tne) iiiont of tho pr - t Hoard of Directors, toiictlier with he r ui porters in thu club, timoui: thorn hlimiu 1 ranlt ll (1ffi'i ni(ir flui Viiulil.irir r.t fd. !- . i l). urnnmur, tint 1'iosiiient ot lip iti i- I Mitinn; W. C. Allen, the hecrctaiy .ii. T o.im I nrer: J.x-Sonnlnr John Mc(ar i'i bhovlln, Vlcc-l'resrtent J"re 1 I.euiineiii .' '. j Jr.. i T Hedfonl, John I I t.'i5"'. Harry Mollcnlinuor. Cornel us I'ursue b i I H.no I .ii 3Iottn. .1 II O'llourke. i - ' n.anti, John Scbliemnnn. l.ehv.ird nl I t'hiirlos . tecliliichtner. On ttioot'ier - ! lormer Pri"-.denl (. 11 .Molmr. JuMi I l.ostcr l Hackiis, Hich..rd 'I r.i. i ' , Huiroive, Thorn...-. Mchi.mi1. Junes .n . Jl h. tintes. John Jloller. Milium lln I W. II. JciiJtH and iiiiiuy uih.-t- I ' t Atlorno Jl.ickiin led tins f'.i ii in at h u tncetinc Inst weok. Nut to In nut t ll.stiiu: Ineul talent, blienir Cru. ' flienilH will be lopresenie I bye i -e t i Iiostpiiiiui! ineeliiit; ill Muteh jV lils.iureemeiit.is to the ui'in.isn k ' ' clubt-eems to he at thu bo'ioui nl i i.'bllii tile lve!l-!e'iowii ii'in-.n un M ' i the btoim cetitro uruuiid ivhieh it. ' tlousuie itariinu". Mi h'r 1- the ' s '' B ciiiliheiii-e nml s iiIiIch lit the l'iiki ' The club lined to lll.'lii.n.'e 111. ' ' H KioiiiiiIh thiniiicha c-onimiili e. h t ' lor heier.il yen, it in nnd I -' ' U bnird turned over the elu em- , KillllK It to llifll lent llee, a incite Ii' H I ot tile (die N mid h'uhlcs .in t i l H theeiul of tlie henson nnni.'l r.'ir i Ii loo. liml lost moiiev. ami .i i in ' - ' 1 prnpnMtioi! Iron) ej:-C''iipiiin inn i ) I t'llliole ntei lo New Viiln's. lit e iiiiiuceineut for turn In leu. nu in I ' l lioui'j oi Direetnrt propo.eil tn t, i n ' H hllnilslllld htllllleh. M The opponelili, of the bn'ir I tin" tier oiiclit to i.iy r.-nt if bee nt in. 4 I'liilihiuise and Ii. e m,iI.:i i'ie ' ' H ollered tu the club S.'l. .".nil a . i , thu Miiiin propettv in H-'.l,', mi t ' BJ be liurmltted to thtiiw the tr k open to tho nubile. The) ee.nii i ' '" BJ raiiueinent llilh eur 'i 1 1 1 . b the leiiiHl on the etriiutid th r i " '; BJ the pi. ice virtunlly n piopin-'i'i ' ' i I Mould destroy thn eiiili. - n..i i ii ' BJ rit ' thio-chfiiu- is impoo-ilile nn I. i i H ot tiifi'iiHirutirui, ami t'e-i i -'.i 1 Bj courts ivbl be linked to ies'i,ini in " ' thntkiud. , Th" niiiiiiiil report of f" A'lrn - ' H nml Tietis'trnrof theelill'. (hmv- h " Kin Iznl Ion npened the! 'nisnn n,' '-SB the limit: nnd e'nseil ''m ju.ir ' t "" H btlaiiceotS;ieil.'j on band. B YORKSHIRE tim I ) UrouJway, Curusr lOtli SI. ( M I S I AILOKS f.W UKMrtMSO tm I The Krc.it Ifcmnaiil ca!e of !' ' I P bins wnollcns will continue th'. c 7 Coat and Vest from imct " 5 WorsteJs an.t Cheviots, b.st tin Z any iliaps coit, with siiiuli Sfi 50 r H or double breasted vest, to J f 1 measure tip I C YORKSHIRE HOUSE. S llrondiiny, I'ornrr loth 1 V 1 w-MnsBitosisnliiiii'ri tiiii iii.i - u BBBBBBsBBsBBMsBBBBBgjtMBstts-i ' "ii .......,.....i sissHdM