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(UUtr.XT SPOUTING TALK.
j j II I III It IIAI.I, SVUMlXTKIt TO IX dlHSl. UliriXtt OX TIM DIAMOXli. 1lil I llnr lit the Itciiirtllr for the Slump In League stlik Work Wlint In TlioiiRlit nf Ihe Frniiiiseil Jfrw llusrhnll lttilrl C reus to ""' ,'",lr Mites nl roiiglikecpsle, ' Tjjm managers and owners of National ! lague baseball clubs approo Into tho fact that (ometlilnc must be done to Increaso tho bat ting In lw ot t10 "'B,l' desllne during tlio past three or fout years. According to the of fletl averages ot last season the hitting was lighter than for ten rests, and by Inspecting the records It can be learned that fewer runs Dd smaller scores were the rule than in n sim ilar period. It Is set forth br experloncod baao bill mannesrs that estrone of the game want heatr hlttlnir and consequently Plenty of run I gsttlng. To provo this tho manncers point to . the general comment against tho bunt or for- 1 niir ncrlfico hit, togethor with the predomi nance of what are known as "pltcheis' con tests " Last year's records show that a sur prisingly mall number ot men eotnboe the ,S00 mark, which In times past ha1) not been jucli an losurmountable harrier. All sortH of explanations for tho light hitting have been of- frreil. Manager llaulon, a memhor ot the Utiles Committee, was ono of the first to .ill attention to tho slump ami uavo ns lain reason fiit the ball was not lively enough. Manager Belcd'f the Hustons, who won thorennntit.nlsti hsi etprcs-cd himself In this way. nlthoueh not much fault can'bc found with the batting ability of his team. Homo of the more oh lenlne rlajecs who study baseball from overy rraetieal point ot low hno tried to explain matters bv stating that thero Is too much nf a demand for scloutlllo batting, which. In tho eics of many ordinary players makes It an Impossibility to secure n good tivonig. -Cut out place hitting." Catcher ltoblnson of the Haltlmoros says, "aud also tho bunt and I telievn thero will be tin Increase In stick wvL Tli 'hit and run' system, which Is tried tv all the teams now, has dono much to 1m- pnr tin battlnc of every player In tho League. A man who with natural ability can hit tho I all hard 11 ml safely, if he Is permitted to uso ln own judgment, li linnillcanped by ordeis from the bench to hit the ball Into right Held I the moment a baserunner starts to steal. Kkll- flfl lul pitchers are onto this method and In such lli ntanc they feed thu batsman with balls W that nte not easy to hit safely iu the direction 111 called fr. I am n linn bellevorof the theory that If each player is allowed to bat aecoidinc to his ok-ii ideas ho will glvo much better snt- dne or two of the ninsjnntcs who glvo careful thought to the baseball rulos believe that the lai'kot heavv hitting Is due to the old cause, the scrndual Incrcaso of tlio pitchers' skill. When the latter weie put back to tho slt fnnt plate they were grcatlv handicapped at first nnd there was plentv of free hitting. Hut In lerent jeais tho pltclics have mnsteted the distance and lime studied tho weak points or every man who hteps up to tlie plate. 1 011 ifiiuently they are better fitted to keep down the base hits than ever before. It has been megc-ted liy otio of tho magnatos that the kitting might be Increased bv tostrictlng the iltclierto thiee called balls instead of four and at tlie same tlmo make the number of strikes lour. Iu this way it Is reusoued that the ball would hae to be put oer the plate almost In cessantly, whieh would glvo to baiemeii better chances to make snfo drives. Tlio more eon renntiye bns'ball men, however, believe that no such chance should be made, but that by a unanimous vote of tho League a renuest might be sent to the makers of tlio ofllelnl ball to put sl' more rubber in it. With a lleller ball It Is contended that there would be mora hitting. Increased scores and finer Held Inn in the wnv i)i sensational plajs. The improvement shown from rear to year in Holding, especially In tho matter ot covering ground, has also been nt trlhuted as a cause Tor the falling off in hit tinc. e-reelally as tho ball Itself was comi ara melr easy to handle. Ned llanlon Illustrates his Ideas as folloirs: "The Introituctlon of n lively ball would sat lfv those wlio want to see heavier hlttlui: than we haebeen iookinu ntln recent sea nn. 1 ho results it be attained would prob ahH bo about the same as those in tlio llrntli srhood year, 1SK). when the l'lavers' Loskub It f adot'teil a lively ball. That orKanlzation called w tho attention of tho public to tlie fact that It H had tlie tlnest plnrors in the profession, as they H were hlttlnc.harder than the teams in the Na I tional l.cauue. Hut the magnates of the lat B terhad their ball made deader than before, and I a mall score contests prevailed they arcued tliitthelr teams were idnyim: a faster nnd bet 1 ter came because of tho apparent etToetlve 4, nsss of their pitchers and the oiean delaine of nil their teams. Thenluuglne in the brother hood names caused plenty ot errors, which it mint be admitted sometimes makes bnllenmcs decidedly intorestlnc to spectators at critical PLice. These facts show that n livelier ball Miliarias: tho desired results, and I hope tbo 1 e.-imie will follow the mattor on some such lines. I think it would be a mistake to tinker wits the pltohers' box or chance the number of ciillpii 1 nils nnd strikes. It's better to let irell enouch alone." 1 he onlv porsons who object to the Introduc tion of .1 Iheller ball are the pitchers, who say ihi.t when their elTcctlencss Is weakened tlio chili miners will not teel compelled to Pay them bic salaries. ' The report nf tho I.cncue Ilules Committee, luhllshcd In TkkBi'k or resterdav. was care fullv dmested bv baf-timll men. Neatly all of the proponed ehtinces meet with np'iroi ill. but the resumption of the llninc system muses skeptics to complain Hint somo uf tlio tnnc m esare trjlnc tododce nntiy from tho rowdy ball Issue. "llr establishing the flnlnix system the I eauui. himiilv cneouracos tlie plmers to com mit a "tlrht. offence.' which meatiH that they enn question the decision ot tin uitirlie nt least owe I eforo belnc put out or the came. ' was the remark of a proinltiunt enthusiast. "Thero N rothlnc to prevent thoclub owners from pajliic the innrers' ItneH.clther. Ity piacinc the responsibility for suspendlnc pla era with , the President ol the I.eacuo there can bo no cause tor nlnini. ns N. i:. Voune will douotli Hi tr He hns shown n lack of hnekbono In tho Pist nnd will not nntnconlre Influential cluli 1'resiilents nlio are sectetly in fuvorof lowdy 1 h;I , I', AMI of tho Brooklyn Club said that lie believed the Inlnc system would prove In eiieetlve unless some menus of reaclilnir the Ieluli owners could bndli-coieied. "Iliaveno tioej a sucireitlon that whenever a hall plavor Is ejeeted I'om :i cnine. because of disorderly eoi.duet," Miell fmtlier said, "the rwner of the lub which employs him shouhi I e penal ei find ror n.icli i.lTenco. If siicliarulo einiiii 1 m 1 listed thete Is no doulit In my mind tht tlie cluli owners would soon bilnc their Payers to teims rather than pav such a pen J aity.mtolthn I.enciie tre.uurr. The iiroiosl- tlen tn take tlio pirn pi ot suspension out of the umpires hands nnd to turn It over to Presi dent iounc ha-, been nitide I ecnu-o there Is yMdetillr some sort of u bond 'it professional irleinlhliip l.ctween iilajeis nnd uimdios. It hns alivaja 1 cen !idiftl"iilt matter Ui Induce an umpire t.. denrhc n plnser of Ids snlatv nnd elm t 1 pnr-uade one pl.ijnr to nppeiiriicniiiet arotiiei 'I hero were ninny instances Inst S"ni where utiiplies shoulil have, tinder the nles. suspended men for tluee days, but tliey . lerincil to ,,, t because they bail been plnvers 1 ltieiiifceM nuil knew what a loss of salarv lie-noi-n nt a lino moans Therefore the Hides 'mmltten belbnes tint 1'iesldent V011111:. Ji'-imir ution adlen reeHli-it from umpires bv jeiecrnph, should he the nuo to suspend of-f'-inler1. In explanation of (he moposod ietornlion '' the llninc HMcm. IM llniilim says that there were eases of rule lircakinc last year J nt wem tn iiislciiiflriint thnt umpires let Hum : unpunlshcil rather tlmti ereato dls fati.rint.,ii ninuDK spectators by olcctlnc the lhers .1 "r; 'tifianei, when an umpire ealied a '.rike. tho ItrooklMi manneiir explains, "a Jiaver snmetlmes turned to him with the. re. mark, (jet V111 oei" While that was nn II ir,st?,V,r," ost ' n WIIV- I" umpire did not feel Vif.i" . '" iemnlncthe man from the irame. "I'll the iininoood ruin nllowini; lines In ef jeet, howe;er, nn umpire ertild oaslly punish . r'.a V.r. for 8"el1 n lemnrk by Inlllctlnc u yne ot JIO. with n wnrnlnc tint for 11 repel I Ion an expulsion would follow." ' ' n,''n'in " "ar ninnacer of tho New 01ks, mai.e two announcements jobterdny. One J to the elTect thnt ho would not nit on the pencil with the iilaynts. as tlin latter would bo tii 'W" "f th eaiitnln. Tho other was thar, Jllce riernnn will likely bnat rlcht Held ncaln. ' lernan iiult plnylnc a month before Inst sen iii' .'""deil because of a line lmpoed hv .loyce. on has been tukinc care of himself this win "'iio Jhe prospects are that liu will play cood "an uiuier the newmanaiter. It was iiimored festerday that the Hrooklyn Club mlcht olTer V ftX' r "cher doe Uorhftt to the Now 'ork Club In exchauce for Amos Untie. Thpma; Heath. Vico-1'resldeiit or Ihe'l til -vereltr ot l'ennsilvaula Athletiu Assoidatlon. Tii. ,n,l ok Sun that the 'vnislty boat race JuuKhkeeiiblo next June will be rowed over J loiir-nillo course Instead of tliree miles, as ? the caso at Haratoea Lako last summer. 110 srs that the rnco at the lattor place was ;' V'1' three miles because thoro was no four-miies-an-liour current as on tho Hudson, , . e ,"."e,, ut Haratoea beluc etiulvalent to I'liir miles at i'ouchkeopsle or New Ixindon. (V ,,,1' ' UlerH somewhat from the explanation II ! ,1 '"''., J.ar ''Y Courtney, the Cornell conch, fll ,, ' '1.1' "'at his crew In futuro would row II a'hree-mlleVourse because that distance BYI .h "'nsiilered by him lone enouch to teet t'l 'ee ineitlh of uny eiL'ht if ' 'K,1,ers. as u rule, aro particular about the MB Siuvcs they near to the rlns:, Home of them Insist upon havlna ltcavllr rftddedlhumbK be canto of the habit of landlnst.swincs with tho sldo ff the hahd Instead of with the baok nnd knuckles. Others doslro toustli matotlal atpund tho wrl'ts so that tho dancer of sus taining' sprains may he reduced to a mini mum, The Idea of liavlnc lentbor crips In tho Pa m of a clote Is also tiopular nccauee it en ables the wearer to olosti hi fl&t with mttuh more Dnnncss than It the clove Is without such, Ihlncs. l'nitlllts who havo powerful hands dislike too much imdillnc, and frequent ly break" tho hnlr by iloublinjr tho cloves up and slttlne on them, l'ltralinmons. Corbett. H barker, and othor noted boxers woar cloves mado nacordlnc to tholr own Ideas and refuse to wear any. others. In spile of tho efforts ot.'the mnnacemont to suppress the ovll, there was plenty of opon bet ttnc ut the Knickerbocker A. (J. durinc the recent amateur tillllnrd tournnment. A welb known bookmaker nnd his clerk attended all of tho camos and registered tlio bots as fast, as they materialized. On Hntuiday nlsrht he had hooked, so skilfully that lie stood to win nearly S7.MHJ on Mullun If the Inttpr finished tlrst. ami was also icady to pockot 5.0UO if 1'rss carried olT llrst honors. In n word, the "booklo'' could not lose, Tho proposition made by McCreersr to play JIullett lor $ll).Uuo a sldo could not havo been taken seriously bv the Utter, ns he counted out !0.U(M) in cash belorn he played Toss nnd said ho was ready to back hlmseir with It, The prcvnlenco t f so much bottlnc Is belnc com mented upon by persons who bolieve that waccrs of any sort do not help to establish pure atnntotirlsin. Ncnrly 700 Entries for tlie ruttirlty of 1001 In I.iiiihillle. I.outsvti.i.K, 1'eh. 1!0 A list of tho nomlna tor.s and number of entries for the ereat $10,000 I'uturity for throc-yoar-old trotlors, to taku place hoio In IliOl, was announced to day, and It shows that tho oveut is already a jeeord breaker, six hundred and ninety three entries tiro already Iu hand nnd they represent oveiy noted stable iu America. The rntties cloed on 1'nb. 10. but because of the dlstnnco and probable delay of some Of the malls a few moro entries aio ux twetod. Hevoral of thoso received will bo leturued on account of technical lr regularities Iu not complylnc with tho condltlonsof tho stake. Tho Kentucky Futur ity nt I.exiucton. lor lonls or the samo ace, has only CiU'.' entries, and many of these am pacers. The Horse Iloview Htnko hns 4H'J and the Ken tucky Stock Farm htnke JOO, but those llcuros include the pacors, " No strincs tied" is the motto for the Jxiulsvllle prize Tlio following are tbo Inrico nominators for the I'uturity nere: ('. V. AVilllami. Onlclium. 111., .1.-. entries; Unrein Dili-, Hitler limit htm k 1-arm, Hamilton, Men., L'R. Wllluin Hlmpseu, Empire I'ltysunl, Ouila, N. Y., IT,; .1. M.ilrnlm I orlies, 1'orbes I'arin, Huston, 1 1 lltnrv l'xill, 1 oiiio All" Iniiii, Dallas, 'in., 10; 1, C. Kavles, alarueii Htock J'aim, Pawtucket, It. I., to, Palo Altn Htock Farm, Menln Park, Cul. U'stJto uf the late l.rhnil Htsufonli, 10; li. v. Palmer, nierildii htoik rami, llerllu, Win , 10. Henry Hclimulliirli, Wlieelliic, IU: Andrew Price. Clnier llottoin rami, liounelsnn, Tcnn., 0; l.ii-ut. ,1. I,, liritleu. Little Hour, la., II; .laniej Uutler, h'u-t View Htock l'arm. Kast Mew, . V., it; Ir, T. VT. Oropliy, Fox iJikn Farm, Fox Uke, 111., it: Willis r. Ulcklninii, Oak wooi Stock Farm, l'ralrlc. III., 0; Edward Dow lauil, Loiiiaillle, 0: O. J fc Hurry Hamlin, I'jist Aumra, N. V., IP, Peter Myckofl, Centre Herlln, N. Y., il; Oliarles Whlttmore. Lookout Farm, Iloatnu, u, II. 1 Asher. IiinEton. 0: Major James F COlanav, Lonisrillt', r: Col. John I,. Thayer, Maple Hurst Farm, Lancaster, Mas., r,, lir. J. U. lli'Coi, Klrkwooil, l)ol..O, Overton llros , ,Salnille. r., Cen. II. F. Tracy. Uoiheu, S. Y., r,, Joseph II. Viarrfii, Summit View Farm, Verona, N. ., r. the Hnu, W. .T. White, Two-Mlnutc Stock Farm, t'liyelanil, 0: AMlllain -I. Hammond, West Wind Slock Farm. Ponllac, Mich . r.. .1. C. Sibley. Froapect Hill Farm, Franklin. Pit., r.; O. V. llntnilel. Bramlet, K , r.. the lion. J. W. llalley, lialneavllle, Tci.,4. As the jouncsters uro only ycnrllncs, most of them nie not named. Itntlnc nt Natt Orlcnni. Xkw Oiii.mjfs, 1 eb. L'O. Tlio handicap, tho fourth event on tho card, furnished some ex citinc sport to-day fiom tho hulf-mlle polo to thewiie. .ady Callahan, off in front, was not collared until half the routo had been trav ersed, when Double Dummy moved up nnd joined her. Then a battle royal ensued. J'irst one nnd then tlio other altornatod In tho lead, but at the wire the mare cot the nod nnd the purse. .1. II. C, tho heavilv backed favorite, was never a contender, the 110 pounds he car ried belnc about ten pounds more than ho likes Tho Flaunt, makinc bis llrst appearance at tlio meetiiic aud tiddeti by I'.itterson, a boy who was riitinc Ids llrt lace, won tlio mile-and-eicllth HM'lit in hollow style Tim books not hiiTlncalineon Tho l'l.met and very little faith in Patterson's abilities mndo the winner IU to 1. IVto Kitchen was tlie mm tlio wiso boys backed. He never llcurod until the end, when he ran Into third place. 1'atter-on rode n beau tiful race, kecplnc Tho I'lnnet In third placo until the btretch was reached, when he went to tho front nnd remained tin ro. Free Hand nnd Ned Wlckes had it to themselves in tho three yen! -old iaio for it halt mile, when Ned Wlckes quit. le.iNlnc Free Hand to come in and win handily Summaries. First Ilacc Scllinc: one mile Oov, Bnvd, OS (Mitchell), lf to I, won: Henry Launt, ion iPetcr lniim, second: 'Iho Star of Uetliletiein, liu (Frost, tlilru. 'Jime. 1 4.rl-r.. Htiondltaie s.'llinir all and one-half furlnnus Free Hand. 115 (Froiti. ! to '. won; Sinter Fox. 107 (O'Connnri. second; Mile l'o't, 104 (Akcri, third. 'Jime. I.lmM. Tliinl Ilai e Sellins; one and one-eiulitli mil's Tlie rianct, In" il'atteron), 10 to l, won: Sadin Le?r, 100 (Kulini, sciond; Feta Kitchen, 105 iLamlei, tldrd. lime. :::024. Fourth Ilaee HaiidleHp; one mile Lady Callahan, P7 illolhorMill'. li to -'. won: Double Diuuniv. ioj (Lintsj, aeiund; Tncedy, 102 lO'Counoil. third, lime. 1.44'l. Fifth Hare ScllinB. seven furloncs Tom Tabcr. 02ilroxlen. A t I. won; McMbirt. 1U2 to Connor , second: Lord Fiadi-r. H2 ilaunsi, third, 'lime. l:33'l Sixth Hace-S-llliiK. even furlones Oen. Maceo. 104 iO t'oiinor). Zt lo 1. won lied Duchess, 105 (Fro-ti, second; Tieopia, 10", (Combi, third. Time. 1 34. Jietti lrom the Horse World. The Prst declaration from the Suburban Handi cap, 111'' banner etent of the t'oney Islnnd Jockey ( liib's mi etimr. which will be inn on June 17, weie amimi'ed trlerdij Thevare Mike Clancy's speedy mare Iaiiibuii. Inn p ninds. and hydiier Pallet a three j ear-old lllly Miss Marion, u.ipuunda V nirrsTONF Ltsmso, Feb. -'0 The trottinz horse lir lock, ownrd li Fra htittes or this jdatc, was rallied off Ijst nlylit. IJice ttern thrown by those lioldlm; Ilflytnkeis. Victor Kendall, a local butcher, was the Pk wy man. He won the horse by the small throwor.il. Hi was not present at tho ralUe, and liltln Willie Ci.slion threw for him. His first throw was 47, which was tied. Iu throwing oil Willie beat bis oppunrnt with 31. ('online Fvcnts nt tlio Seventh Itrclmrnt Armory. Two Imporlnnt athletic mectlnes aro sched uled to ta..u placo nt tho Seventh Ilecimnnt armory durinc tho sptlnc. On March 4 the second annual cymnastle competition for tho chnmploti'-Iiii) of tlie teclmfnt will bo held. C II. Turner, Company I', and 8. K. Thomas. Company F, who finished first and Isecond lst year, nto tralnliic In tho New York A. C. trym." whilo Aitliur Wenlce. who finished third, is practlcinc at tho armory. The lattor nviy turn the tables on hlsconiiuerors. ns rope ell tn bine Is substituted for tho Union vault, and Ytt-iiiuii is said to ho u rapid climber. Tlio I'll tits will In- lis follows- llssyduinlilielllirtiiiu,1iliili Wc!;, Iiimhllrr. jural 1 I Un', siiapemb d rtii-js, topi, l IiiiiIjui tr. cluosnin. mi and horuontnl I ar. Tho track nihlotes will recolto an opporlu ii It to ethlbit tholr prowess un Am II H, w lieu the spline Clinics will tnlco place, Ono of the iiovMliiesou tho priicramtuo Is a IKI-ynril hlch liunlle nice It lias been n lone time since a ciiincsl oor.'lfont U Inch htlcks hns been held liidiiuiH Nearly eery speeinlty practical In an aimory is Included In tho followliic lli-t of uiiints to bo decided: U.lyaid inn, notice, fcriicli; (I'l-yard run, liamlf tap; one-half lulln run, handicap, one mlln blcviln in ti, untie, scratch: one hilf-mOe toiler skatinif ta e. haniucip: oiie-nniirter-nule run, notii'c, sriiui h: one-lap whcelbatrow iae. , lipiiilicap: 'J20 jaid inn. handicap; oiie-milo liicjrln im . haudl- ap, one-lap hail: locc. not lie: ti.l-turd lilt. -lirdlu line, handiiap; potato race, scratch, onn-milo run, liaudiisp: '-'Kiijard huiilln raie, iiotire. acrateh; 2.10 viinl hurdle riue, liunillcap; one halt mile run, uovi'ie. rnr onli-crs' Cup: 440-yird mil, liaudlejp, two mile iiii-tels race, liandfcaii; one lap thres-f;i-il race, handiiap, pmUuirl'J-poundslKit, liaiull c.ii, iiiiiiiluiililuU Jump, linndicap. i3llllllltil Ftiryllilnc !ms been arranccd for the dual nvm iMalie Hurt bttwecn New Yoik I'nltdfity uml I.a fa) ctte (lullecc, 'Iho (teut trill tain placo on neit Fi.dayevenliirfiu the cymiUKliim of the New York t'ulteislty. 'lids Is thu thhd iar that N. Y. I'., the orlKlnotnr nt dual clini:itic meets, has held am It an exliibitinn, and lu all that tlinn sho has not suf lereda difeat. Aiiioiik the llmtltutlom trim h N'. Y, tl. lias nut t uui Wesb van. ItlltireiH and Lehli;h. Aa tho Vieslryan meet liu tiilleu tUroiiKb, the contest on neat Friday will tin the only one of tho jear. In ilubswinuinciach man will swlnu for lite minutes, and In the limb Jump and fence t suit tho contest will be forheinht. lu the ethi r etents acli start! r will be allowed tin ie liuiires. Tho jioints t III be itwurdrd as follows- l for a llrst, !) for a second and J for a third. It has been derided to open tlie Inter iidle.date i onti st to the collcuca of Canada. Iiaseball pi-actlcc at tho Is, Y. U. beuan lu tlie stym junum on lat Wedno.Juy afttiuoou and coutinuid throiiKbout tho week, A number of the tandldatea put In an appearance, and from all ecuounttj the tram w HI he better than the one of Jaat ear, Chen. Tho commlttoo of tho international London concresa announces thnt the tournament will heclu on Tuesday, May 30, nnd accordinc to the number ot entries It will Inst from six to seven weeks. Arrangements have been com pleted to hold tho tournament in bt. Stephen's Great Hall, adjoinlnc the Itoyal Auuarlum, Tho aames scheduled to ha played In the Interscholustlo chess tournament yesterday wore adjourned uutll to-day. CAN1XES COMB IXTO TOWX. All 111 nendlneis for tlie Westminster Ken nel Club Show. About 800 stalls of tho 1,525 needed to bench the doss entered for tho Westminster Kennel Club Show ntJIadlson Saunro Garden were In tholr places last nlcht, ami the rest will boon hand before the doors open this mornlne. The first to orrlvo early In tho afternoon was Cherry Illpc, a trim little cockor spaniel, all tho way from Ouclph, Ontario. The promptcocker was not fcazed or ovorcomo by the vastnoss of the amphitheatre, nnd frisked about asthouchln nn ordinary Canadian baok yard, Ho very soon had company, for throughout tho romalnder of thu afternoon and evenlnc there was n constaut nr rival of prlzo docs, each finitely boxed up and journeying by oxpross. Tho dogs to arrive this mornlncwlll bo brought in on the leash by their owners in most cases, for they will be largely dwellors In the city or suburbs, while yestorday's contingent had long trips to make by rail. The passengers In from Now Kneland Included Dr. 0. A. L-oucest aud Mrs, J. h. Win ehell, with their mastiffs and bloodhounds, and also tho Keycs string of fox terrlors, headed by .Meersbrook Bristles, the slro or Oo Hang, who is ns vivacious as his notod son nnd. barring n few traces ot years, atllto as handsomo. Clo Untig and the otbors in O. M. Carnochan's lot were kept Ui tholr boxes in the basement, nnd will not bn benohed till to-day. The same report was mndn on Claude Duval, lol llustlo and the others brought over bv (leorgo liapor, hut, ns bad been anticipated, tho colllo lllclonond Charming has not recov ered from tho cold contracted on the Cymric, nnd will bn an absentee. Warren Sentence, Claudlnn.and tho others In tbo li. & V. ltuthetfurd strinc worn benched, but not ono of tlio other noted fox torrlersowned by local owners whs on hand, (leorgo J. Gould's kennel of pointers. Including the woll known Illdcovlew Comet mid Devonshire Pearl, arrived In tho ovenlnc from High Point. N. C, whero ".Tack" Armstrong has been working thorn over Mr, Irould's 10.000-acro camo jireserte. His winning Ilussian wolfhound, Olca IV., was In tho lot. Clarence II. Mackoy's English rotrlover and his pointers, imported Ilroxwood Aaron, Fay Templeton and Allco Lesllo, In eharce of Edward Arm strong, have also been at High Point and camo up in tho samo car. "Hob ' Armstrong, tho third ot tho family conspicuous as doc han dlers, was a lato arrival with the J. Plorpont Morgan kennel of collies All tbo docs were unboxed In n reception room at tho Fourth ave nue aud Twenty-seventh street corner of tho Garden, nnd each specimen was inspected by Dr. H. Clay Glover, tho show veterinarian, be fore it wns admitted to tho main floor. Ho re ported the exhibits to bo somowhnt above tho usual nvernco In condition nnd that but one. n Held spaniel from n Pennsylvania konuol, had to bo barred out for sickness. Although the system ot arranging tho breeds in force at previous shows has been followed in a coneral wny. a number or Improvements havo beon matte in thoorderof benching. This yonr tho benches aro all In longitudinal rows, and, with the absenco of cross sections, the aisles should not be contested at any tlmo, a fault that has caused somo contusion nt pant shows. Tho Great Danes havo tho two rows before tho Madison uvenuo entrnnco, flunked by St. Bernards, mastiffs nnd blood hounds on the right, and by deerhounds. grey hounds, Ilussian wolfhounds and pointers to the left. Tho judging and oxorcislng pens are in the centre of the floor, nnd beyond them tho collies, bulldogs, bull terrlors, setters, spaniels, fox torriors. Irish and Airedale terriers. Tho sninllor terrlors will bo found in the galleries, on tho new promonndo balconies built over tho arena boxes, nn Improvement which makes this location one of the most ac cessible and desirable nt the show. Tho .Inpancso spaniels, toy terriers and dainty I'rlneo Char'eys, who are housed under glass llko rnro orchids, are on the Twotity-soventh street sldo ot the main floor, opposite the judg inc pens. Tho doors will open nt 10 A. M. to day and the show will continue each day and evening until Friday. In addition to the annual moetine of the American Kennel Club and the specialty clubs ut the Garden during tho show, tho unnunl meeting of the American Pet Doe Club will take placo nt .' P. M. to-morrow tit the Waldorf-Astoria. RACQUETS. Clubmen to Flay for the Doubles Clinm plontblp nt I'bllndelpliln. The enthusinstlc clubmen who play racquets have instituted n doubles championship nsa sequel to the international tournament at sin gles decided Inst wook. Play opens to-day at the Philadelphia Itaco,uet Club and most of tho players who figured in tlio niinunl singles tournament are scheduled to appear. Hoston, Montreal, Now York and Philadelphia will bo represented nnd thero will bn a bic Catherine ot clubmen nt the Uuaker City when tho llrst match is called. Tho entries announced are as follows: ItacTtiet and Tennis Club. New York No. 1 tram, M S. Paton and filnrmicn If. Maekay. ho. 2 team, W. T Lawsou and W. 11. Dlnsmore, Jr. No. 3 tram, 0 L. Perkins aud K. Iji Montairne, Jr. No. 4 team, J. s. Hoyt and I). Crawford Clark. Dostou A. A No. I team, (Julncj- A. Shaw. Jr., and It. II. liuiiuewell. No. L- team, T. S. Illakc and (), II. Blake Montreal Rtoinct Club-No. 1 team, V. It. Miller and t II. McTiel. No. 1' team, F. F. It illalid and D. (Olmoiir. I'hllalclphta Hftcn.net Club No. 1 train, James Potter and Newbold Klllun. No. 2 learn, A. K, New bold and L. A. Illddle. Hrooklyn Tnelit Club F.lects Officers. The annual meeting of tho Hrooklyn Yacht Club was held last night at tho St. Charles Hotel, corner of Myrtlo avenue nnd Jay street. Hrooklyn, for tho election of officers for tho year 1801) and the consideration of genoral business. It was decided to open the season on Decoration Day with a review of tho fleet. Kill and dance at tho elubhouse in Gravesend Hay. 'J he snort planned by tho club memborsfor Inst season was almost totally abandoned, ow ing to thu war aud tho consequent mining of the harbor by tho Government, nnd. accord ingly, the organization proposes to hold both a spring and full regatta this year nnd to aug ment those programmes with u serlesol Satur day races for special classes, for which good prizes will bo presented. The reports of tho various committees and ofllcers attested tho fact that tho old-time elub is in capital condition. In finances, num bers and craft. Hnrmony prevailed and tlio following ticket, presonted by the Nominating Committee, was unanimously elected: Commodore, C. II. Humphreys: Vice-Commodore, II. W. Kllbourne, Hear Commodore, C. 11. Oliver: Measurer, It. V. Hopkins; Secretary, William CaKirer; Treasurer. Willard (Iraham: Trustees to serve threo ears, P. II. Jeannot and Fxlward Halt; Ilaee Com mittee, P, H. Jeanuot. II, U. Stanwood and Charles Van Riper: Membership Committee, A. H. Uiohogcr, C. II. Frost and Joseph N. Clans; Nondnatlne Com mittee for ltioo, H. H. Ooldlne, William Canter. James ltlley, John Uealy, U. C. Shatter and O, A. llomminy. Ilnsebnll Notes. The baseball tram of Jacob fl Ilernlielmer It Mm, lias been rioruauired for tlie season of IHP'.i, and Is ready to buck games for Saturday, Sunday and holidays with i-oinmercial and dry goods store teams. Addicss William Forbes, jiie.uai-er, 2437 F.ichtb avenue. The Willets Point Jlaselnll Club has nreanled fur the season and would like to bear from anytlrft class team In this uilnlK. Itiimlar army uml Natliinnl tluanl teams liufirrcd. AiIiIiibs 0. s. (lardner. Hecntarj, Wlileta Point H, B A , Wlllils Folio, L I, 'I he llreadiiauiiht Baseball Club has been isnrcan Jjred, and will liu mull r the maiiuumueiii of Thomas F. Ljons, wlm has ma lu a wrniulrrful rtimil lurbls team ill the past lie Is read) lo bonk Karnes with tlio best ssiul professional teams in this tiuiulty olli-rlnga suitable iruaruutrc. Addicss Thomas F. Ljoiin, nr.' I'.nt 1 :tlitli stiuLt. Tlie Manbatlanville II, II. A. has renrgaulred for tho npproacldmf season, and the team will be ioiii poted of tho follow Inx-uatnod plasma: Kenned), Oil-anon. Malolie, Lamb, Allen, llcliilsln, Finn, Clark, Palmer, JelUrsun, Drlscol and Crowlej. Claim lure already been scln-duled with State Hos pital, Morris Plains, Fordhaui College Deserve, beton Hall ColleKo and others. A few more dates still remain, and the management would like to hear from nrst-rlisa i tubs offering reasonable guaranties. Address U, J, Palmer, Secretary, nuo Columbus avenue, CAUnntiiflr, Feb. 20. Th" Itartard 'Varslly Mass, ball team had Its llrst practice In the Carey building i sue this afternoon, llirro" re few men out, and tluse were not up Ultimata rd of previous years. Light jiraclUe lu Ueldlnic grounders and throwing to llrst base was indulged In. 'Ilia jiracUre lu slldluir to bases, which has been a prominent feature of previous seara, baa been niullted by order of Trainer Jaik McMaslrr, who says that It dora more harm than good. After tlio practice Capt. Haiiuhton said that lieeiperted to have all the available material out In a few days. Nut one of tho freshmen show ability above the average and on the present itiuw. Ing few will be taken to the 'varsity, I'niNi'ETiix, Feb. 20.- The baseball seiaoii at Princeton was opened this afternoon In the unit er ally baseball rage, when Cajit. Frederick Kafrr railed out the freshmen candidates fur places on tho 'varalty team. Forty-one men responded, aud Cant, Kafer eipeeis that this number will be lucreascd by at leait ten to-morrow. This Is an unusually long Hat of aspirants from the freshman (lass tor a Princeton team. Trainer Christie put the ulayers thruugb a short twenty-mlnnta drill, tint In " setting up" work to loosen the Joints and theiilnatniipliig groundenmnd throwing. The practice for the re mainder of the week will consist of the same tactics, but the working time will be gradually lengthened out to a full hour's time. The raudldatea from tho upper liaises will not he railed out for at least a week yet, at which time the freshman auuad will be reduced to leu or a dozen players, and last year's 'varsity men will not begin work until the middle nf Match. Trainer Christie, ('apt. Kafrr and Arthur lllllehraud, the 'varsity pltchsr, coai lied the candi dates to day. After the practice Trainer Christie pressed himself as well aatisllad wltb the showlug of the men. Why Does Tim Nun nelleve that It is especially adapted lo do your ad vertising! Because In all New York there is no man of prop em, no man of real substame, no iltieu d sutid lag and of hnnorablii ambition who does nol rend IulSU.n. AJr, NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. coxsvr, itKt.nrxrt irAxra ctci.ihis to T.OOKAlTStt HOAti IMPHOrr.MKXTS. Thw New York Division Working Vigorously for the Hill to ltestrle.t I.nng Distance Itnces Tlioinne Wins the State Medal nf the Century ltond Club ot America. Justice Wright of Oswego, in his chnrgo to thedrandJuryattho opening of tho January trial torra. said it was tho duty of the jury to seo that all publlo officers performed their dutlos faithfully. Referring particularly to highway commissioners and pathm&stors, he stated the requirements ot their duties, and said tho penalty for noncompliance with any ono of tholsnme was $10. Tho Grand Jury should see that these ofllcors are doing tholr wholo duty. Continuing) ho said that tho resi dents ot Oswego county are holplnc to pay for tho building of good roads In other ootinttos of the Stato, which havo tnkon advantage ot tho law. Fifty per cont. of tho cost or the con struction of a road Is paid by Stato taxation, 05 porcent, by the county lu whloh tho road Is locatodnndlD percent, by tho petitioners for tho improvement. Ho then explained the law, whloh provides that a percentage ot thooost ot highway Improvement In towns adopting tho money system Is paid by tho Stato. Iu connection with tho action of Justice Wright, Chief Consul Holding has Issued a general letter In which ho pertlnontly asks: "Are the highway commissioners in your town "doing their wholo duly?'" The fact is liolnted out. also, that within tho next two months twenty nino counties will hold town meetings for tho election of supervisors, highway commission ers, constables and other local offlcors, nnd that whnelmcn should take an active part In theso affairs, to tho end of getting into ofllco men who aro sincere advocates of road Im provement. On Thursday (hero will be a Joint publlo hear ing on tho Collins hill, Assembly bill No. 10. whloh stipulates that nocyclo racer shall con tinue iu a racn for moro than twolvo hours in each twonty-four nftor having pievlously rld don forty-eight hours. Tho Now York Rtate Division of tlio L. A. W. Is advocating tho pas- ' sago ot tho bill, and tho mombors havo been requosted by the executlvo towrlto to their Assemblymen and Henators asking them to votoforlt. A party of five gloomy men loft a cycling elubhouse a fow days ago nnd proceeded by trolley to n hotel ou tho Conoy Island boule vard. Not a blcyclo was In Bight, excepting a rusty old ordinary that stood in front of a re pair shop as a sign. The soggy condition of tho snow had checked the eloigning, and thero were few cnrrlages or rigs of any kind nbrond. Tho conversation of tho five dlsconsolates was mostly ruminative. Ono who remarked that he folt as It ho wore buried alive, had tho sym pathy ot nil. Another ot tbo company, who has been a rider for twenty years, delivered him self In thiswise: " It Is thu first month of February In ten years when there has not been one riding dny. Wo get two holidays In tills month, ono was Inst Monday and tlie next comes on next Wednesday, nnd neltherwlll haveseon a wheel man out here. Something ought to bo dono about the holidays. Wo get two in February, which aro useless, and not ono In March or April. Wheelmen have appropriated legal holi days ns their own. but they am not properly distributed. There should bo one iu June, one lu August, nnd another in October." Quito a number of the retail dealers In tho greater city havo deolarnd their intention of observing Washington's Hirthdny as nn "noon ing day" this year, tho samo ns they did last season, when tho custom was inaugurated. One or the most prominent members nf tho trade, however, has changed his plans lu favor of n new idea which ho expresses as roliows: "Feb. 22 Is too caily for un opening day. If tlie natural conditions of the spent nnd trade, were heeded March 17. Ht Patrick's Day. would bo tho time. I am going to mnko that my oponlng day. For years I have noticed that the roads Tieconio open uml thnt tradn begins iiboitt tho middle of Mnrch. This lias boon nl wnjs tlie tact, but there isnUo n sentimental reason for tho soiectlonof .Match 17. That is tho date when tho days and nights are of an p(iml length, each twelve) hours. After that the days lengthen, nnd It Is tho long days with lingering twilight that aro tho cyclists' joy." I A. Myrlck or tho New York division ot the Century lload Club of America lias mnde up hl icport of tlie mileage and record riders In thlsHtato for lHUS. and Paul Thomns of this tdtv has been declared the winner of tliei medal witlill.HiH) milc-s Including forty-ono eonturv runs. Honorable mention Is mado nt tho rec ords of (1 HglofT. C A. I.elirlttor, A. H. Htrnuh. H. Opdyke and Miss Nelllo It. llohbon. Tlio latter Is credited with riding the fastest cen tury of any whcolwoman ill tho division Tho leaders in the 100-mile competition, with the number of centuries credited to them, nio: O. Kclotf. C2; Paul Thomas, 41: O. A. Lehrllter, .11"! A. II. Htraull, 34; P. A. llrer, III; 0. A. N lander, I'd; It. M. Binunam. 21'; It. J. Hopkins, ;:.'; A. Uantes, IT. S. Dlctzerand W. J. Nolan J7 each. Local Centurions havo been appointed by the division ofllcers In tlin following territory: I Charles Brush, Brooklyn: O T. Kuchler, New no eliello. ('. J', htaubach. cw York; Miss 11. Artihfllm, Moun t Vernon. W.C.Dorrmua.IrvlngtnnjHt -I-Morten, Oxford: W.J. Sutherland, Albany: A. 1. vvalt. Co lioci.: C. M. Esstmead, Pouchkcepsie: C. II. Vtarfnrd, Trot, F A. Uatchelor, Fttca: L. F. Marquer, Hater straw; K. II. Flood, Klmlrn; Miss C. V. Bishop, Heusselaeri F. W. Kersey, Hchenectady. Tbo officers of tho Division Club will aim to Increuse the interest in mileage competition and century rides this year and will oiler valu able prizes. hUx Francisco. T"ob. 20. Louis GImm. who held tlrst place in tho six-day bicycle match for three days nnd then came near collnpso. Is seriously 111. Ho rodo Inst evening until he could pcdnl no longer and then fell from his wheel. He was taken to tbo tent and been mo so sick that ho could not appear on tho track when the riders were Introduced to tho nu dleneoand the announcements mnde. He had a rnglng fever all night nnd to-day his tompera tuie was 104. Doctors say ho will pull out all right becauso of his great vitality. His trainer still ItislststliatGirammusthavo been dragged, ns the mere fatigue would not explain his totnl collapse on Friday morning when all of Thurs day evening ho hart been riding strong, l'.x Iierts declare Aaronson would have won bad bo started with n good wheel, as ho climbed up from eighth placo to second after ho had so cured Waller's wheel and on tho last dny easily rodo around tiny of others. The London FiVWsums up the racing situa tion In a wnv that portrays tho past aud futuro of tho sport in this mnnnnr: Though racing, whether amateur or professional, has peisiftently tailed to atttrai t the publlo in this rouiito. in spite of the popularity or bictrlc ridiuir. It rnjrys a lair ineasui, of support In other i arts of the world. It is evident, however, that this is dc. pendent upon lh public inteiest balmr centred iu some psrthular comp, tltion, annual or otlieiwipe, and to fii'HH attention in this nay It Is cKscutUl ilther to have a jih- nnmeual per former or to make the affair otherstHO attractive by lie1 ouYr of large nin Hints In prizes. The fnriiii i condition is the much moro difllcult one 10 full)! for, non that competition is so fierce and blcj cling Is Indulued in by millions, it Is unlikely that any man will show the marked superinrltr that was exhibited. The alternatlta of offeilni; valuable jiiins Is one from whlih the deduction may be drawn that the future beloutis lo the professional, for It is tn attract him that large sums are devoted to tills purpose As a spurting pursuit bhyeln taring and amateur compi tltloiis subitided tegetlicr, and that which re mains to us of a once grand sport has beoome a means of livelihood for the riders, an alvertlslug medium for tho manufacturers and the occasion for Pamblingor holiday amusement for the multitude. 1 Is probahlv Impossible, lo restoro the sport of lil oi'ln racing to I ho position It onca held, and etsn if II were not so we see in no direction the cncriry and determination necessary to successfully grapple with such a task, To attain this tnd an entirely new de jiarmre or a reversion to the rigid and ex clusive dt'tinllloii of an amateur that was long ago iu foieo would be necessary, and that some anehdruatlo remedy rould alone bring relief has had ample demonstration lu recent years. Fur ther corroboration of the duplicity, lo nsa the mild est term, that is rampant among latter-day ama teurs, ao called, Is allorded liy a case that waa re cently tried In theruuila. Inlhls a prominent rac. ing man, who threo or four years ago simulated great Indignation and received lonslderuble mis placed sympathy because he waa prevented from competing any longer as an amateur, admitted In giving evldenoe that at the time he was falsely pos lug as au amateur he was making t2.ooo a year lu sunildlei from the trade for using certain bicycles and tires in his races. NOir.H, A meeting of the Hoard of Governors of the Hrook lyn Bicycle Club will be bsld on March 7, Tkere is talk of the officers of tho N. C. tj, of Kne land taking action to restrict competition In tbaTr annual championship raies to natlre-boru English men. HecreUryTreasurer It. O Wejb, Jr., of the New York division of tlie Century Itoad Club, announces the selection nf 11. W Msckty, II. .1, Hippie, and Vv II. Andirsou as th lload aud lterords Committer! for this year. The members ot the Ilrooilju Bicycle Club expect to be In their new elubhouse by May 1. Four of the speediest uupacsd rideie In Oils coun try. IV. Hamilton, IJ, Coulter. Fred Titus and Walter Hanger, will be missed from the track this year. They aro declared to havo abandoned the track fur good, Tom Union, the Fnall'li pinfes-inal, mm visit this country aunlu this tetr, accompanied by A. A Chase and anotht r noted Fugllsli i-i ark. Chief Consul H. A. lloyl of the Pennsj Ivanla d. vision of the L . W. has selected the following mrii loiniuprisethetOate Itjcllii.' Ilnaid Frank Ileilibk. 11 .1 w'hltibiles linn, j I'hln, Misuu II Kuapp and V It Hamuli. Klouard Taj hue. the Frelii li rider who was sus. in ii.mmI lo th - V W inr t iinii( fmi: in un-HiM lioiiidiu i tbii.i itntn woo- in o eui-Mi t In niir aid lull Ie ill I'mm Thou il 'flat Uiiiiiu is of lush p.uc. '!.,; , IHaMLtisMMHMLMBHUlM jiorr3v7. Flifiellns Forfeit to the West Shores nnd Orchards Defeat the Gnthnma, Although the Fidelia Bowling Club Is composed of nearly thirty members Foege was the only player of that organisation to appear at the Arcade alleys last night to roll off the lie for tho fifth prlie tn the United Howling Clubs' Downtown BVvllon No, 1 tout liament. The game waa awarded to the West Shore Club. In the play-off for the seventh prise tlio Orchards beat thoflothams by four pins. The scores! rissr oivir. Fldella-rorfaUed. West Shore Meyer, 180; llrauer, tfiit .Dleekraan, 3?a; Ifalbert, 124; Tiedeman, 1VV, Total, 78A, rC0ND OAMf. Oelham I.ehmsnu, 14r,; Itachmann, laPiSchenk, 302: Hellas, 1(12! Bchllclitc, 1114. Total. TIM. Orchard Oche, 1G4; Ilufer, 187; Hutch, 17S; Slef fens, Mil; Buchbol, 107, Total, 7tft. The Pack five Increased Its previous high soore in Lspplg'a tournament by one pin In the second game rolled on Sunday night. Tho snorts: rinsT OAMK. ruck Saner, IHO: Ilutenburg. 9S: Althaui, ISO; O. Bchott, ISSt flchall, 103. Total, 714. Friday Afternoon Wanncinaeher, J2A; Ktrsober, 15; Boll, 127; Diebold, 142; Hoffmann, 174, To tal, 724. er.oonD otviic. Fuck-FUunr, 1GB; J. Hohott, IM: AHhaui. 109: G. Hchott. ir,7: Hchall. 162, Total, 742. Marcella Man re r. 107; itenaek, 1611 Boss, 136 llcrrllch, 130; Marsehall, 169. Total, (ISO. iittno OAMK. Friday Afternoon Wannemaeher, 117s Klrsoher, 141; Holl, 180; Diebold, 125; Hoffmann, 104. To tal. 1177. Marcella Weber, 14 B; Honack. 147: Boss, 121; Uerrllcli, 1 51 ; Marsehall, 1U4. Total, litis. The South Paw and Ileinecke teams (Ut ldeil the honors evenly In last night's series of the Carruthera tournament In Brooklyn. The scores: rinsT oimi. Houtli Few Jenkins, 14(1; Itedlout, 182: Bier abenk, 148. Total. 47(1. ltelnecke Mover, 185; Kruse, 14G;vSchwarte, 1(1. Total, 474. nco.sn otvir. South Paw-Jenllns, 149; Itedlcus, 1B2I Dior ihenk, lt7. Total, r.ns. ltelnecke Meyer, 201; Ernie, 175;8ohwartJs, 135. Total, Gil. THIRD OSVIE. South Paw Jenkins, n Medlcut, 1 DD; Blershenk, 1.12. 'total, 485. lteineoko Meyer. 1Sj Krnso, 1S5; Schwartje, 02. Total, Oil. rnoBTn aiMie. South Paw Jenkins, 107; Medicos, IBS; Bier-, abenk, IHO. Total. MM. Ramecke Meyer, 1U0; Kruse, 1SD; Schwartje, 15IS. Total, C84, The Templetone won two games In their final series In the Kings County tournament last night. The scores: rinsi anr. nemettead-norne. 160; Heck, t(17: Drillman, 152; Hanse, 147; Niger, 15U. Total, 7U. Anchor A. Klipcrt. 120; 8. Nager, 148; Uesle, 163; A. Ktefer. 18d; C. Klefer, 10B. Total, 701. SECOND (IASIE, Anchor-A. Klspert,174: R. Nager. 1.18: Mesle, 18ft; A. Kterer. 175; C. Klefer, 140. Total, sin. Templeton Auer, 1HH F. Hcrberger, ir8: O. Her berger, 140; Flood, 205; Leister, 173. Total, 8111. third oimi:. Templeton Auer, 1H4; F. Herberger, 180; O. Her berger. 1B8: Flood, 152: Letster, 107. Total, H50. Homestead Borne. 1HT: Deck, 178, Hrillmon, 155; Uanse, 140; Nager, 180. Total, 4H. The Old nomestcad. Washington and Friendship teams took turns In winning the Harlem League, tournament games at Thum .V Kahlsdorf's allcja laatulght. Tho scores: riMT OAltr. Old Homestead Guutlier. 157; Diecktnann, 18fi; Huber. 178; Koeper. 187; ilodersolm. 172. Total, sua. WashtnRton .1. 7enn, 170; Doehin, 200; S. Zcnn, 138; firings, 107; 1). bblnian, 135. Total, 80". SECOND (1AM1. Washington J. Zenn, 1.",; noelim, inn: R. Zenn, 127: llriggs, lot, I). Hhlmau, 1. Total, X4I. Frieudshlp-DeWea, 173: illglile. 14U; McDowell, 150, Uerhardt, 100, llniwn. 154. Total. 7s. T1I.RU OAMr. Old Homestead Qunther, 175: TllecVmann. 14; Hnber, IBB; Koeper, 137; .Modeiaohn, 174. Total. 8 1. Friendship Dewes, 187: Hlgbeo. 100, McDowell, 13S;Gerhsrdt, 182;Ilrown, ii. Total, 858. The Albion and Arcanum teams last nleht played a postponed series of games lu the Carruthera tour nament of Hrooklyn. lhoHi-ores. rinsT navy. Albion-Shaw, 154: Clingen, 15S; Arnold, 171. Total. 483. sreanutu Bnnkman, 3 35; Lee, 101; Griffin, 155, Total, 451. BrCUNi) OAMK. Albion Shaw, 111; Clingen, 103; Arnold, 180. Total, 44U. Arcanum Drlnkman, 100; Lee, 115; QrlfUn, 100. Total. 474. Tntnn oamk. Albion Bhaw, 158; Clingen, LSI; Arnold, 172. Total. 511. Arcanum Drlnkman, 14G; Lee, 15."; Qrlllln. 214. Total, 515. FocnTn OASIE. Albion Shaw, 157; Clingen, 100, Arnold, 1P3, Total. 51 2. Arcanum Drlnkman, 153; Lee, 148, Griffin, 150, Total, 4UO. Although the Kings Ciuntv Wheelmen were beaten In the Urst two uames of ths Ijou t Island As socistlon of Cyiling Clubs tournament last night by the Pequod Wheelnicn.Capt. Neeitliam's men rallied In clever style in tho third uaino and beat their op ponents with case. The scores rinsx OAMF. requod Wheelmen Lee, 101;Carr, 174: Leyser, 1 11, Hemming, 170. Ilaker, 1H7. Total, k:i:i. Kings County Wheelmen Courtney. 143; Need ham. 154! Twlddy, IPO. Hobble, 132; Ornish, 158. Total, 775. brcosn OAMr. requod Wheelmen Lee, isn: ICarr. 100: Leyser, 188; Hemmiug. 148; Ilaker, 178. Total, H72. Kings County Wliielmen Courtney, 152; Need ham, is.V. Twlddy, 213, Hubble. HI.': Coinlah, 177. Total, 821. Tiunn OAMr. Pequod Wheelmen Lee, 13d; Carr, 17fl; Leyser, inn, Hemming. 18: Ilakor, ISO, Total, 814. Kings Countv Wheelmen Courtney, 140; Need ham. ir.il, Twlddy, 178, Dobble, 11H; Cornish, 218. Total, BUD. The Aurora Grata Club bowlers of Hrooklyn visited the alleys of the Knickerbocker Field Club at Flat bush last night and plsjed a series of games with the home tiam, which resulted as follows, rinsx oAur. Aurora Grata Club Parker, 103: Watt, 148: Haff, 14e; McElroy, 126: Tucker. 182. Total, 774. Knickerbocker Held Club Hilled, 121; lloocock, J3U: Terball, 157; Flshbeck, 1 53; Walton. 188. To tal. 735. sreosn OAMF.. Aurora Grata Club Cook, 157: Tonkin, 130; Nay lor, 201; Pate. 152: Little, 141. Total, 788. KulikerUickttr Field Club-Dloaafeld, 204; Holmes, Br.. 1J3. fclmpeon, 129; Nostraud, 140, Uolmrs, Jr., Ib8. Total, 800. THIRD GAIIK. Aurora Grata Club Parker, 181: Cook. 182; Nsylor, 157; Tate, 124; Little. 155. Total. 741'. Knickerbocker Field Club-Ulossfeld. ICO; Fish, beck, lilts: Terball, 12.1; Walton, 182; Holmes, Jr., 17U. Total, bl3. Long Island Council carried off the honors In the Brooklyn lloyal Aivnuum tournament at Traluor'e alleys last mght. T he stores: FIRsr OAMK. Pro Patrla Council Ilodcnberger. 131; Irlam, 122; Ooerke, 140; Powles, 153; hcilllde, 172. Total, 71H. Nassau Council Trausoiu, 12u, pitersou. 122; Kerr, 127; Pike, 124, Maishall, 117. Total, 810. SECOMI OV11F. Nassau Council Transom, 111; Peterson. 122; Kerr, 10S; Pjke. 12,1, tlarshull, 170. Total, mis lying Island Council Ithoiidis, 118. Hhallsr, 134; Thorn, 170, Jlrooks, HIT, Hill, U'3. Total, 782, iiiinn OAMf. Long Island Cnuncil Rhosdes, 177; Siiafler, 135; Thoru.liii; llrooks, 140:11111,154. Total, 780. Pro Patrla Couiu il It identiercer, 180; Irlam, 151; Goerks, 110; I'owli , 178; Kemble, 148. Total, 740, The Manhattans finished their schedule In the Hrooklyn national tournament last night in good stylo. Ihey win first prlie and the bcharmana trophy. The scores l rinsT ntUE. Btandard-nusch, 1(10; Bocrb. 170: Kanofsky, 141) Llnae, IU3: Loesrh, 158, Total, H32. Night Owl-Rtumpf, 148; Uoodman, 173: Krom berger, 157; Follmcr. 177s Orell, 180. Total, 815, SECOND OAMr. Night Owl Sturapf, 154; Oosdman, 178; Krom berger. 138; Follmrr, 171; Orell, 1U1. Total, S00. MauhatUu-P. llsller, 178; II, Haller, 178, Batch, 100, Bauer, 185; Allen, 1U1. Total, 3. Tlllun 0A1IE. Manhattan-P. Haller, 172; O. Haller. 221; Batob, 178; llauer, 100; Allen, It 8. Total, 887. Htaudard-Buseh, 105) Boerb. 100; Kanofsky, 168: Llnae, 151; Lucsch, 182, Total, 804. Itehm avriated 230K ta tbeUnoleSam national tournament games at Fraeukle'a alleys latl night. The scores: nasT OAVIF. Lafayette-Vetlef, ISO: Behelle, 115; Vogltr, 187 Najiles. 1841 Peuerelli, 180. Total, 875. Civil Bert loe W.Oerdes, 181; Uraun, 187lTrltcll', 150; ltehm, 247; F, Otrdes, 14V, Tutal, u4. BECOKD OkllB. ' Lafayette Hctlef, 174; Bohelle, 12B: Vogler, 102 Naples. 12U Peuerelli, Ills. Total, 801. Itosedale Oolsrhen, 180; Meluken, 148i Strauss, 145 Meeloh, 185; Bellmer, 181. Total, 770, TU1IU) bltll, Civil Service W.Oerdes, lliu; Braiiii,174;TrIttcb, 155; ltohlil, 214 F. Uerdrs, 1H.. 'JuUl, u.'. lloirdalu Uilsebeu, 171; Mslnkeii, 181: Struss, 18ii; Meslob, 178; Bellmer, 208. Total, Hit. The Mercurjs took part In two Interesting games lu tho Yoikvtllo League tournament last night, win ning nun bt eighteen pins, aud losing tho other by tell Hjllls, I lie scutes lirsT i.tsir Ititrulsle No. 1 -W. Monaulmn. 12 S. Halle, 134, H. 1 ui. ui.. i;,s, F. Hbllng, 182, Craiuir, 157, Total, 7 il M.r ur-Hcd(ll. inn, Mi nn v. 143 Eoilseli, 1-.7, Btnl.tl. h eell s I '.3. lulill, i'i.', -..en .. vmi J.i ri .e -N '. 1 t. Mousgliou, IGo, Mslli.JlH, i . , ,,-"',', 3 tJ, 8ygMjtt tlftrtitftmtntii. j gjrtiohIi)tt tswttjtciucutg. 1 FRANK A. SANFORD & CO". PEASE PIANOS. Sanford's Piano Store D.fferent to Most Other Piano Stores. J I have opened a Piano Store at ?69 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, M near the Montauk Theatre. While I can sell you any make of piano, my particular specialty will be Iff THE POPULAR PEASE PIANOS I for vr-hich 1 have secured the sole agency for Brooklyn. I chosa M the Pease for these reasons : "M 1st. It lias a delightfully sweet as well 'as a lasting tone. The tone of j a piano is its most important feature. 'fjjj 2nd. It is an honest piano honest all the way through no frauds, no M shams, no " make believes." Hence it is a DURABLE piano, a piano to pin your faith to. 3rd. It is a highly finished and handsome piano, 'm 4th. I can sell one for $250. You can buy straight out or on the instatl- Jl nient plan $10 down, balance monthly. In the meantime you have tho 1 use of the piano. Delivery free. Over 60,000 Pease Pianos are now in usa. a A ONE-PRICE PIANO STORE. I This is where my store differs from most other piano stores. f It will be run strictly on the one-price system ; you pay no more 1 than your neighbor. Do you know of any other piano store in J Brooklyn that does business in this way? The piano business 1 needs a little light thrown on it. J You arc cordially invited to attend the formal opening, which com 41 mences this morning at 10 o'clock. The store is handsomely and com M fortably fitted up. Open evenings this week. II' IHlor Ml! A roSTATi CAIU AM) MY llKl-nnSKNTATIVK WII.I. CAI.I,. Ji ' FRANK A. SAGVIFORD & CO., f 569 Fulton Street, near Montauk Theatre, Brooklyn. ' H. Kbllnc, 17S; T.. Killing, 101: Cramer, 201, To lul. 11.13. Premier No. 1 Davison, 1(13: Llchtenhsre, 1811 Levy, ir.o, Moritr, 1 HI; Ullnmn, 144. Total, ( 0. Tlltnil (IAME. Jlerenrv Bedell, lr.liMooner. 114; Koelsoh, llil; Sim, ir.7; Stecnes, 1R2. Totsl. 74B. lroinier No. Iii,ivisnn, lflit; l.lchtenberc, 142 Levy, 103; Moritr, 171). Flltnaii, I ill. Total, 7rr.. Tlio Hamlllnns onit Now Yorks bross even In tho Harlnm Ilopubllcan Club toiirnauient stames last nlcut, Tho scores: rtRST a VMr. namllton-Ilrown, inn; Hall, llfl: HarVer, 20(1: Klnir, 140, I'roinl, 1:17; Hebbard, llil; llejnohli, 15R; Hitnt, 12U. Total, l,2ol), New York Uvlnuston, 147. C H. Harriott. 17,1; Tousaaint, 14fl: Swsrtr, nil; Bntart, 122: It. Har riott, 1S4. (Isritner. ir.1; VMse, 134. Totsl, 1.172. srrosD (uvir. Hamilton nrnvin, ir,i, Casell, 102: Dirker, in7; Kin n, 118, Froliil. ir.l. HebbarU. 1.11; ltjnolil, llil: Hunt. 12. Total. I,a7. New York-l.lv Incston, K.7i C. II, Harilott, 14B; Tnnssatnt, lim: Ssa-tr, 173: Hluart, 1 10: It. Hat nott, lt)i Oanlner. 180, llw, ir.o. Total, 1.J12. The carries in ths North Slile Leaene at Piimp'i allejs resulted last niuht as follows: rinsT own. West 5Iorrlsania-Fcters, IBli; Allison. 171: . Vieiicr. 1H4: Valleuder, 12(1: I.uee, ir,4. Total, 7k. Anchor Weber, 151; Arctatnler, 15.1; J. 1: rank, llil; Strittuiattcr, 1:1.1, Gels, 18,1. Total. 81.1 srcoM) OAMK. West Morrl-ania-Petcrs. J.lt): Allison. 1.15; A. Vioeer, Mil: Vallenilsr, 147: Luce, llil. Total, 7U7. Knli kerbocker rtnjriler, irC: Hutchiucs. 211; Mejrr. 132, I.a Torest. 207; I.ehrbach, 10U. To tal, 72. Tiunn OAMr. Anchor Weber. 131; Aretauiler. 1 73. J. Frank, 1 17: Btrittm itter, 141. ()K 17(1. Totsl 73. Knickerbocker Mil tier. 1.17, lIlltellillRS, 17r; ilej er, 101, La Forest, 202, 1-ehrbaeh, 1113. Total. M8H. Our Council team itu reaeil Its lenl In tbf New York Roxal Arcanum T.'a;uc at tho 'lentils Cluu al leys last niuht. The scoits UtsT (IAMP. New York Coutnil tlnininner, ir,I; Lawrence, 1.14; Kttclielt, 1G3. Cruin, 1HJ. McLean, 1118. To tal. HI 1. Samaritan Cnuncil .Tones, ir.il: Deecan, 104: Cor nell, 111.1, llofncr, 118; lUiucr. 140. Totsl, 083. srioMiriAitr, ''amarltan Council .lone. 145: Peeiran. 1S; Cor mil. 184; Ilofner. 108; llallier. 134. Totil, 700. Our Council-Hiillwlnlel. His. lmter. ir,1; Sihroe der, 18ii. C.intrell, liu. Htsrr. 178. 'Intal, 884. TIIIRl IIVMF. New York Conndl OrunlnRer, 144: Lawrence, 175; Kltelielt, 201; Cruui, 171, McLean, 154. Total. 845. Ourrounril-IlulWlnkel. 1H4, Hitter. 1112: Schroc der, 180, Cnutreli, 178- htarr, 181. Total, !U1. HnvTlInc Cnmcs Tn-NIeht. Harlem Loazue. Tournament Lolu., West llitrlcin and Otleut.il. utThntn fc Kahlsdorf's Harlem nllevs. United Iljwlltn: Clubs' Tournament Itnseilali, LnmstadterandCtoldtn Hod, at the Arcade alley. North M ie Iai:uo InunuiiitutK. O. S , Morns aula Sports and ilrrard, at the Ninth Side l'aluca allevs. United Hon litis Clubs Hradiiln Tournament Ruartin No. 1. hpnrtan No 2 Mprtrlsn No. 3, Orchard No. 1, Orchard No, 2 uml N'eu lurk ( ity Bchuetyen, at the (Irnuaula Assemblr Ilonma allej . Athlete Headl-iii Tournameill l'n'iuler No. l.Fre miirNo.2.l uric Rain No. I, I'nclo Shim No. 2, Irvlmj No. l, lrvini; No. 2 aud Irvlin: No. 3. at Hrlnkatua s alleys. New York Women's Lcacuo Tournament New York CltySdiuetren, Norddimtselior, Merry Ladles, 1'omui lulskoii). Crci entn No. land Crescents No. 2, at tlio rllmMon Hall alleys. Hank Clerks' I,rai;tiu Tmiinament 1 nlted Rtates Siib-Treasurv, lidenbuiR, Thalman A. Co. and Na tional Hank of the llmmlilir at llei.l's allejs. Nuithhid" Toiirn.uneiit cionmill No 1 vs. Auld Clootie, at ht. iu s allele Interstate LcniMic File v. Olcsn at I'rle. llronklvu lloysl Ariauuui Leiirue 'loiirnament Alert C'o'nucll, Oxford Coiiiu'll and Lufferts Council, atTralnor'saileis. Carruthcrs Three-Men Teun Tournament Ar canum vs. Arlington, at tho r.lephant Club alleys. ArliiiBlou Hall Mnnieu's 'loiirnament Unter Uns No. 1, liodford and Monarch No. 1, at the Arlington Hall alleys. Ciiiitol Tom nament Homestead, Av-alon and I Don't Know, at the Capitol aleB. Athletio League ltoicvillo A. s. vs. .Terssj- City Club, atlto-ovtili' . . all-ye, Hliraliith CliiU t. New York A C.atFllriibethClubullejs. v Kubiirbau Athletic Club l.(.ue Nowark A. C. vs. ItoserlllH A. A., at Newark A. C. allej s. Oential New Jersey L-aEtie Cranford vs. New Jeisey A. ('., atCranford alloH. Kssex County Tournaincnt-Rtandard Tl.. Oinna mouatid l'ost Odlcc, at MonUomery'a nllej-s. Amntciir 'Wliic Shots to Compete, To-Ilny. Tlio mott Imporfint event In nmatourtrap sliootlnK clrclf 8, the nnnual contest for ths clianiiiionship or America, will begin to-day ut tlie erounilB ot tlio Otrtarot (inn Club, on Ileinpsteail l'laliis. near ilarilon Clj, Tlio raco will bCKlti at 10 o'.'lonK In tlio mornlne continue until ilnrkius intcrfeies wltli the Rliootcrb.'ninl will he ooneluileil to-morrovr. The event lias ntti acted nn imuunl niiiount or Intorest nraonc tlio clubmen and a larger ntim ber of entries rm I een received by the r-ecie-tary than ever befote. Tlin eondltlotis of tlio competition call for 100 blnia encli. fjftin onlranco fee of ?HK', and for a handsomo lovlnc ei.n iircsenteil by 1'ox hnll Keeue aud emblematic! of the ehniniloti ship. All contestant will hhoot nt thirty yards rIo and thirty yard boundary. I'll shooter who ml8e8 leu birds up to tlin finish ot the fiftieth round unci lii-comeH tenth or lowflr In position will drop out without prlv Ileue of ro-eutry. nnd the ones who nt the end oftthe ppventy-llltli.rouinl have mlused sixteen birds and become rlzhth or lower In position must also drop out without privlleao of tn entry. while from the ncventy-llfth round to the llnlsh the lofrree shall rotlre, with tlin prlvliene of re-entry, hownver. all contestants who In IiIh opinion huo nochnnco. A ihootoi Bhall have the pnvlleee of ono "bye bird" eacli day before the competition beiclns. Hnselmll mill Ilaslietbnll at Montclnlr High School. Mosrci-ini, Ftb, 20 Cspt, Walker of the Hluh Bihool baseball team railed out the candidates for battery positions this afternoon and coached thsm for an hour in tho gymnasium. The folio inwap. plications have bsen received: l'or pitcher, Catilder and McUumey; for catcher, llacNsucbton, amies end It, Harass, Candidates for tho in and out field will be called out on neit Monday, The team will play its first came on April 8 with ths 1 riuity School of New York at the MoiitcUIr A. ('. grounds. Ihe Montolair Hluh Hcbool basketball team has won the New York luterscholatlio championship, having lost noleauuo gams this season. Without side clubs the team was detested twioe, once by Adi Iphl Academy of Hrooklyn, and tho other time by Horacii Mann bohool of Now York, both uaiusa hdmj as ay lrom home. Afterward the Montclalr boys de flated both fives lu return games here. Husketlinll Notes, Hit Kej-slnim A C. defeated ths five of the Bt Alnrsliis I. C nf Newark. N J at the litters rourl nn HstimUy b 14 points lo 12. The Washington Heights Y M. C A. secnndlight weight icaiii winild like to airaiiKogameaof basket la 1 v)lh trims averaging l.n pounds ntler.ug a suit nolo L'liaeuni, I r.iin and Hsturday niuiit usiiiis l.iefeiie.l Addict J;uj4uiiii Wildsj, ll'ULtlsiit buvl't. -, , aoi.F. T.nkrwnml Hnltdiiy llventa OK on Account I ot Uml Wcntlicr. Tresldent Kurr of the Oolf Club of I-nkewood ' nnd W. A. Hamilton. Seoretary of the Ocean i County Hunt nnd Country Club, both stated yestordny that It would bo Impossible to hold Iho open handicaps scheduled nt the two club forWnshliiBrton'HHIrthdsy. Thero Is bo much snow on thn around thnt neither club will vyi- j ture to hold even a inonibcrs' competition, but j the two links will bo onon under the usual con ditions to thoio at J.akewood who choose to a try n round leunrdless of the state of the j. routi it. Bhould the present thawlncc weather hold until Snturday tho weekly open handicaps i! '"Hh'ooii hqlc will be resumed nt oach oltin, J.ach is an all-day competition, nnd most of those wlio vlilt Lake wood to coif mnko It ft i rulo to hand In cards In both ovents. playing: i in the mornlne at ono courxo nnd in the nftor- i noon at tho other. Tho condition of tho courso J this i aftonioon will determine, whether thore In J to bo any coif nt tlie Haltusrol or Laurence f llntlirir links on llnv holiday, while Oakland I lm8 already postponed Its event for that day. The nnnual meetlnc of tho Btaten Island Cricket and Haqbiill Club will bo held at the j cjublioitse nt l.lvliiRMon on Jlonday, March tl. r.ugetio U Itichaidi has been renominated for ' J'reMdenl nnd tho others on 'he ticket are: J ilce-1'rcsldent. It, Si O. Walker. Heorotary- Treasurer. A. W. Jlorrlss: Illrectorfl. .1. 1,. Han dle Mnlcolm (irnliiim. Jr.. David Hav. II. V. N. ' 1'hilin. ('. Haiton. A. 1 Kceley. V. H. Csllen- I dor. (' 1'. Howlnnd. J. M. Cnrrere nnd 0. F. 1 lliojihy. l Canadian correspondent to London Golf. , In tho issue of Fob. 10. objects to the state- I mont thnt the St. Andrew's Uolf Club 1b (he ' oldest In America. Ho adds: ' S Tlie Fnlted Stales people are very fond of talklns of Ihe states ns Ainci lea, but If they would only Just 1 put the rule mi the map tiny would discover that llritlf.li North America Is largerln ares, although not ' so pnpulous I mint sav that it rubs me up the wiongwar M sen tbeee ..tatcments from tlmetotlma 'i regsi-dlnc the age nf clubs. Tho ltojal Montreal Is y the oldest golf Hub In Ameriia. i, e., the whole con- tineut, and guebec stands neit; and the Quebeo links Is now th oldest iu America." J The lloynl Montreal, which has recently celehratcd lis tvventy-Ilflh annlversnry br a i urand banquet, was founded in 1K7.'I, nnd the ijuoboc Club in IM7-1. The Montreal plsyere 3 iKidtoabaiiodntlioorlL'liini'coiiinent Metcher's 3 1 lelds Jn-t enr. so thnt the lJuobeo links In S- tbo oldest on this side of tlio Atlantic. "In es- tl timntinij Hid area of tlio United ritetos." said i n loi-al culfcr yesterday, "did: tho Canadian j! critic include Cuba. J'orto Itlco nnd tho 1'hlllp- t Iilnos-3 Utlicnvi'-o ho must uso the rulo again." i A third links to relieve tho congested state S durinc tlie senson ot tho oldor courses is be- inc completed at St. Androw's. Scotland, at a I cost of J'-Ti.OOO. The item, with others of i similar impoit uuoted from foroicn journal S tit illlTer?nt tlnics in this column, tojolies that ' with the onward proirross of tlio came the S clubs iu tlie I' tilled htntcs must bo prepared ' to moet a Inigijly lucreused annual oxnendl- ": ture. In this connection tho nnnual bnlanoe J or the Mid-burrcy, one of tho larceHt coif clubs J near London, is of interest. It Is the only f club In F.nglanil to nay Its Secretary a salary, jet tbo accounts. show a substantial balance ot receipts ;over e.pnc8. Tho Secretary' f snmiy .Is Sl.'J.TO. nnil tho cround rent 3 J'J,1.'.iO, ot tho cluli Hits rent fro, for It i draws from Brazing and other let lings Sl.'.'OO. from visitors using the links SDSO nnd from i Incidentals -1IJ(1, In all nn excess of $150 over 3 tho mound rent. Tho Jlld-Surroy Is on of J tho ery few clubs near London which ha tried the doublOFVBtein of membership. That is Is tosnv.It h.is a class of unrestricted members 1 who ni entitled ',o play every dny. and another iv ho, p.iyliiK n smaller subscription, are shut 1 out on -tattiidnyn nnd Sundays. The bal- mice Rlieol docs not discriminuto between th ?. two classes, but ns It Is iirovo8d to debar the 4 Recond cla of members from playinir on f bank holidays ns well iih on Satutdavs and StindnvH, It mav Im nsiuined that the club has S roaclied tlio pcint of being independent Of it their support. It cost .",'!' tn keep the course up for tho vear. ol which $4,000 went J for.wagns. Othorjheavv Hems on'the expend!- 1 ture sldo wcro $870 for rates nnd taxes; J Sl.-r.Ci for house expense, Inclniliiig ropalrs; i $l.:t:iO ror wallers and kllclien staff; $:50 for J iiiterct on bonds;; tril7r for tho women's club: J $:i.'0 for llgliting nnd: hentlne. and $:30 for prbes. Tlio total of expenditures was $10,- J lil '." . Tlio Income wus J17.00. mnde up of men's duns, tli.tlTM: women's dues. $1,173; ? entrance feef, $:i.0.'t.", and lockers, $580. j Trap Slinoting. g Three vry interistins matches enlivened the hi- 'h monthly trap shooting tournament of the Hudson 3 lu,l and dun Club of Jersey City which was decided vi evlcidaynu the grounds of the organization at Kast 4 Harrison, N. J. biuumaiies; Jl Ten 'I argils Known lisps ind angles Williams, a 8 liiullo, (j, MiliMs, 7, au Hj lie, .il, Hansen, 3 A Jniics, :i. . a, Tenlargets-Slil. hls.o. Williams, n. Van Dyne. S Diuller. k, .limes, ", llsnseii, ;i. Mir. ;i. j 'ieu 'largets hnoHii trsps and tingle Dudley, ft; tt MlllaniH, x: hhlebls, . an Dyne. 2, Hansen, 1, Htul Hv. repel. il.i-s Itace He entrj allowed up to biith niiiiul. iilnii buds Hiidli), H, Van Dyne, 7 il Shields, 7. Williams, 4 H Htar Hvveepstaker Jliss nnd nut TMIIIami, 7; a; Shields, f,. Iludlel.'i, ail 111 lie 4 HissanlOut-Hudlc, 7, ohiilds, ; Van Dyne, 4 1 J Williams, 4, Twenli live TarRets Known tinis and angles ,1 Charles F. Hudlut, l."; II. VVilllsms. Il, Handicap Ha. ""liven birds IliidUy, 18 yards, 11: 3 William. 20 j arils, u, Shields, HI jsidi, 7; n f Hi up, 1(1 jards, 4 4 IIandlcaiSeepslakcs Dudley, 1R yards, (1; Wil- t Hams, 21 yards, s, hlutlds, 14 atd, tr, an Dyns, 4 litisrils, 7. Mstih Twenty Ave binls-Ditdlcv 22: Williams, I 22 fliioot ufi of tie Williams. 1.'; Duille, 12. .1 Mar Hmcpsukis IUie Dmllej, liljards, : Wil- J lltiua, 2iiard, 4 shields, HI jards, r. Van Dyns, liliurds, 0; llauseu, IUnrds, 1. Alt, lit yards, A. linliilluip ltare-bhlelds, in jards, 4: Nan Dyne, f 18 yards. .1, Williams, 2 j aids, il; Dudley, 14 yards, i O. Alt, in jards,. 'I; limi'iii, IU yards, 4 S HUrHurepslskeallaii. Hansen. IU jards. 2; All, X in yards, a Van Dine, IN jaids, ;i, Hhlelds, 14 i yards, 7, liudlej lit r-ards. ' Williams, 22 yards, f I 'Jhe riorgaiilted Mushlugtoii lltighu (inn Club, j (im of thooldert tnip shooting orgRiilratioiis about X New York city, lias eiiueii tlio following ofllcers for the ear lleiiiy W. Oliver, President' Vieo-1'rcsi. i lent. Frank M bherry.hicn'larj.l.ugeiio A.Doanlck; Treasmer. Thomas 11 Mdultcs, Oiptain, Charles Jt, si TrrvvllUerr, F.Xeeulle Committee J Aitbur llelden, j Chsirmaii. Henry J, llairison, F.dwanl A. Merkel, A i ilHsnl J. Ilaedel, and Heniy J. Forster. J, WRINKLV, j flabby mfmrn 1 'CHSN, EYES. V I J'.YKI with drooping, squinting or wrinkled lids, iMitl) , baggy nr flabby lids, and all ImperfisMinns of JAY, thn eyes are speedily oven'-onie and rendered blight, JfX sparkling and rhannlBgly Mprsssivn at wool)- jH IU liY K -'" 2Hd si Consultation tree (Mr AM c nil f Huim on Is at the New York uince Ibis sulM M Vvrforin these pa.uU'ii operations, gM "