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THE SUN, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1690. 5 I V OLD PKXN WINS RELAY. nrj! ill J" UK' EABIT.T DEFEAT XAI.K Ai cor.vuarx teams. Ichnefler lcnl Front The Lonei Jlnrs Win tliotVnler Polo rhnmrdonshlb. Inr Honing Clubs Holfcei nnil UnnksTIn l the 1 rnps Crowds it Sportsmen'sShow n lie partisans of Ynle. Columbia and Penn- ,rl,,ni.v imsomblod In largo number at tho Cf0ttni' s Miow, Madlion Bquaro Garden, lait nigh ' ' s0 'll0 intercollegiate tola iirfni" i .' w ,l waa tnB flrst t,mo th9 ' vports ol tho threo universities ij,! ipnt in competition, and practically decided i'ip Intorcolleglnto crmmplonshlo. The On" showing made by SchneCfor In tlio nreuni'ia'r race Installed 1'onnsylvanla favorite nml thoforconst was fully borno out brili' result 1'ioin tho crack of the pistol tho red a u ur- jersey was In tlioload. Schaoffcr i w th'' llnnl reinT for olJ 'a,ln "8 threo ncje , Ts had gained a lead of ten rarJs "'' alo "" the '"" "'tor Bchaeffer dived In was nover In doubt. Ho took mattors easily, but with a steady doublo overhand strolo drew gradually .further ahead and tou -lied the llnlsh fifteen yards In front of iheinle svviinmor. who beat the Columbian handiiy for tho place. Tho summary: -r, lsrd Hurdle Race. Scrslch Final beat won by r f Si lmotIer.Unlier.lty of Pennsylvania. W.Rens., inliker" k t K V . second: F. P. Richards. Unl-f.i-iiii ' I cnusylvatila, third. Time, 68 " second.. in! Yard lUiidloap-Wnntir H. IT. Sen Cllsf. K. A. Ir 1- sounds n. 11 Dalr, lu.jnesno A. C.,8 see ends H'-nnil. f - Bcbaetrer, 3 seconds, third. Time. 1 nunuto 21 S seconds, liter .Ilee-ate Helay Race Won by the Pcnntyl Tsiualrsm E C Rosacfer, R. II. Ten Krck, F. P. H.ch.rU md 8 McVean, lale turn, a Uulebar. O. ff rmltu 1 U. Ule, Jr., ami L. 8. Qnacsenbuah. second Columbia team, J. W. Bpencer. O. Newgra.s, Eb. Bull, and O L. N. Wells, third. Time. J mm ntes isseionds ..... Hard and fast wator polo marked tho strug gle between tho Unions and the Lone Slant for the boat club championship. After 5 mlnutos S5 second Hhomberg reachod up nnd scored the flrsit coal for the Lono Stars Tho Unions then cot tho ball, and hair a minute beforo thoL ond of tho, period it was passed to njertberg. Botrsof the. home (tar coal keepers tackled him, but ho swam to the board carrying them and tied the score lu tho second half Hjertberg cot the ball out of a scrimmage niter I nilnuto 05 seconds play nnd made the second coal for tho Unions. The Lono Etar rushed matters In the last three minutes and bhomberc and Stem, scored In aulck suo etlon. maklnc the llnal score Lono StarB. the matinee In the theatre necessitated the ihehinc of tho continuous r&p shootlnit match, and only the association championship was decided r. O Ilelkea was ntraln in eood lorm. nnd tied K. Banks for hlch-score prlzo 'in the evenlnp r C. Koss mado the lino aver age of 8iiten decrees In tho bnllseyo target, lowerlni; the liest prelous record of the show. raaJe by Gus Zimmerman, by half a decree, pr bi) re turned tho tables on Dr. Webber In the"aD revolver" contest. Tho scores: Trap BbootlnK Association Championship H. II. Jiorton TBaml CJ, H P. Colllnn, en and r8; B. M. We A'len. too, 11. Lo Uor. DO. J 8 8. Kemtsn, 82 1 J B null 74. O Fhalr, 78 B. E. Wirtam, S5; O. OrelS 7 !I. nank. US. O. W. Hajel. 80. E. D. Fnl tord 85 and !. J. A. It Elliott, 2 and BH; B. O. Hfikf, 83. J J llallowell. 85. U. Martin. 01. L. 13. Flfminit, Ki'. Capt. A. 11 Money. 7. lade Sho itiui: ludlxl'lual championship. 100 iMi. poi'ibl. .'.GOO K. PilUnl, 2.3C J. A. Qreen ins 2.J it Conimuou! Mateh-Gus 7immtrraan, 74 and 74; C Merer ,u E. S. K!!ard. 7" ani 71. Ball.eye Turuct Y C lion 111 drirrees: A. Helsr, :;u s liuzzlul, 29. H V. illller, 21. Icnati. B1H; T U Ktllcr, 5H ttian r of Trophies A. Ballard, n. Von Haion, fi.51cyer s Ileuini, Dr.W Q. Undson, L. Flack, 8.W. Burton and II Itthn Eiv l.r ihootiiu; Any revolter. chimpionahip, roftlblo 3iiO points Dr It, H. Sayre 2: Dr. A. A. WeliWr. 2H-'. .1. t. Uleti. 270. i B Flemlne. 224. M htir, Iteron or Championship Dr. A. A. Web tr :- C Smith 2115. Dr It H. Bayer, 2S8. Ii)l lloolvcr Chamtitoiuihip Dr. A. A. Webber, 3T7 L. WiI.OTl, J5H, 11. M. Olnry. 220. Bupture Ilcttreen Ynln and llrowa In Base ball nnd Football. Xew HA en, March 8. Yalo and Brown uni versities are Buffering just now from strained relation; in athletics. The two colleges quar re'lrdover tho guarnntoe for their third and decisive baseball gnmo of the series, which has lor years beon played at Providence on Memo rial Day. They wore absolutely unable to come to nn agreement on the question and nude ither plant for Memorial Day contests. Con ell will play at Brown. Yale has been try laetocettho I'nUcrsity of Chicago to play at .en Haven, hut this scheme has just fallen through Ynle is now undecided about her Memorl-il Day gnmo. and In consequence the ertin- tie schedule for tho season is being held b ick It i probable, but not nt all cer tain tint tho now nine representing the New lor I. A C will play at New Haven on that date In football the two universities will fall to meet next fall, for the tlrst tlmo in six: years, bi tail") of a disagreement over both the guar antee and plneo for the game. Tho Brown managers Ir.s'sted that Yalo come to Provi dence, and alo declined, declaring thut Brown mi.st hereafter ulay at New Haven without any promlBe of a return name Thl has led Brown in cuo up the iramo with Yale altogether. Ilronnhas iut arranced agamo with Cornell on the date lala vvns to fill This is likely to bo ' the oniy game the Cornell team will play in New 1 ugUnd this year. It marks the recon clllat'on of Hro'vn and Cornell In football after a lapse ol wiv cral years In place of tho Brow n eamo the alu innnacers are noT tring to bookacontist with tho I'nlverslty of Wiscon sin at tlu Ynle Field on Oct 21. The came has 1 Letn conditionally arranged llrnnklyn'a Skating Carnlvnl. The, w rill record fitibliihed by Frederick B. Qerne r of the I-onir Branch A C. at tho Clermont Avfutielie Skating Rink. Brooklyn, Tuesday niibt for the mmiinir hlsh Jump on skates was beaten lst i M-inni; at Hi- ati..ir carnival by the same ath l'tt 3Iav II lnfm-k, Mintclalr A. C . won ths three rcile i li.miil nthlp of i-w Je rey. and ths one-mile ctaauii'ioualilp of Otcatcr iew York was won by u It m a iinmary Hair MI tuamiit Tlme-Ml Kettle PallUcr, ' Bn klwt. fhr, e-lllfc Chaniplonnllipof New Jsrsey Won by Jin II jrnf i k, M .nttlilr A C . Frank B. Itls. Iln. '-leu mi nd Oils llomfeclt, Mnntclalr A. C. tl ir.l T me, lo niiiiutua .' l-5ecoud. 1 unmng Hlh Jim p Won by I redertck B. Ger ter T : s Branch A C n l'h a n cord leap of 4 feat 1 li VVil'iimll gulun. New York, second, with a!ap ! In. Kim )i. a 4ii1a-llUic Biiiitl line -Harry P McDonald. Hia'cjh hoolof Commerce, Brookln Time,4tSl-ft ein I Is O'eMlle dreater New York Championship Won Ie Itnj- b. i , Ilerki-lej hclmol, Ixiuia rt Hprnir, o ill nilec School, second, James A. Wray, West rn thirl linn 1 minutes 7 .I 5 seconds. i ' I ii 1 1 In Three llle Hnndlrap Won by Inl o ! u e W.iiiillinduo hdiixil, IBOjards, 1 rank It. Bi.r- vv.-t Point Mititar Ariidcmy, s-ratch, Se oul J,n,i v Wrs WrM 1 arms, 150 ards, third. 7" ' tniiititcs :r, s.onils Il-raii iiii,i. Win bv Irnlerlck B Oernor, Long Brin. 1 i . nith leap of 15 feet H inches. Hotkey. Ths en. k Quaker City Hotkey Club first team will tun i 'n tlil. nioriiliii; anil will make their first il hi, i to tililit it tho Clermont Avenuo Ico flatiu.- it'll k in llroklu in a match against "Char 1) K. , r iliants " Hi I 'i i I j u-ahi nf Cutler School won ths chain !' 'Ml' it thii hew Virk lnUi3i-hi)jitl.' Ath M A- i iti.ni it Hit St Ni hnlis Itlnk Is. I nljht. Ii" IP! i I .'is In tho uuio uilplanl Pe Iji Hall. ;fr" "etlnnliiB In rml, and earned beoud a doubt tt'ir riiht tulhe titli. Tim t'l'iie mi a pretty nn flu i Mk fue ..IT ami II lo ki-d 1 ko no sioro for em .ntt until liiinan took the nuck on a itouble PS siil it nlgiiiii the entire l) Ijl Halls Ualu, J" "I tin I irthe.'iili s ore of the half lis ,a "J.- i ami iteMfratel) in tim nut half, and llins it ''""ri'dtii niri.lmt the urellent work of in J tu-, nlteiidsr ilwnjs prevrnled. Warren for ' tl r i ami in ii, mini inrm tooaid the ilosoof ii in TleriiMi r wis irs.Ml ti lilm twice snl ;. in. he ai"rii forliisteaiu l) therlevrrestkliid y r rl Iheuiimi enilnl I ntltr, s, Iln la Bills. " "-tin iis-iiin linn of tlm tiaina U. Cutler llrnt, ";-i ". ml Ii. 1.4 Sail thin! I ". N H Mar he.- The Shamrocks of Sim- rr. llmkii iitii.ju isi'Cansiia t . nlulit rln II t. I Hi. ir titli ,y detiaUnu the Cresi nils jf llall v ah re i f i to 2 ll!i)'a lluike) leiim, T uir l !,,, (. -jut hi y Mr Iii the Imie nf 'ji i i II. '' ij dated March 4 spms the .latenient Ha tut VaVhickej lejiu had lieen.wayoua five fs I iriijinp and that the fa. ilty hal uraiitnl ';' "' " ' I'M ah n.'. lu nuard I" th.o u umi-aift nlil like to mak a euifue.ti m tint II ! s.I wii'inif. on al. suloiit naiimy that in ai I ra itia iillilinirlf nltliall tLu imlsuf tha ' u ImuilUn As it liappens, Hie llr.t ilsj ' i 'r.r H..I.1, :. wliuhla I believe alulidiv , . "" un.l tl e teAiu vas Imik at lolhifti In "ii f r.. tiitioiiMt rda). Itli. .'6 ." irn.lt th iitiiri ttileiiiint that th. faculty t . i u ( '1,1, tiaui til. petb.aarj abnces, we 'i .. 1 ki. iu,a that tho fa ultr cunt nom.irv ab r, .11 i" mil r if thu ho. key team thau are iV l1''"11 m lent of lh.tinlver.lt). rt, '"' I" of all cnllmcs tn ursnt ever) .til uti i i rt4in imniher tf sluruos duitnu the ear ... " ' i.ioiifcllr rH(uired The team, antltl L, V ,ri'' "' ! h0 bssiK to play t "i " ''" "'' aiw'st' '" rnertly to set the matter '' t u . nf tho fi who a.e not familiar "',' ' lth.i)lli. UM i-l rill TKill 1 i tins. Ip nf llm King. . ' ' v i I hey will meet In this city on .r ij t' ' 't r , hetcr - Ucuipsc), 147H. Fltialm- l m jk They tri' t m Ohlcsito. with do do I A.iril e Im.,1 lili riund. wars tought. t ! I hrair . airurlngouniaUhlng UUt McCoy lo fc til. Ji m'"i iu ,n a,x,'lrouna bout la B . .msesy-e- -sS..sit4yVto-wA'4'.tol jinOoKt.TS's iftrnoTxn anouyns. ryesh Dans for Wnahlocton Pttrk lrbbets Goes to llaltlmore. 0. II. Ebbets accompanied II. n. Vondsr horst to Baltimore yesterday Ioordorto at tend ths flrsl business mooting of the ball club in that city to-day. F. A. Aboil Is under tho wtather with a sevoro coll nnd eould not ko along. EbbeU nnd Abell will be elected di rectors of the Bnltlraoto Club, as they havo come Into possession of half ot tho stoolc, Eb beta holding 10 per cent, Tho directors will ratlfytho appointment of John McGraw as manager nnd will malco final arrangements for tho Bouthorn trips of both the Brooklyns nnd Baltimore, together with the propara tlons for the League- openings In both oltles. I rmammsss 1 XArsxm ' & :$ If i i n i i? I LwrfWJvjV! ts ri Ji H THS NKW FUK OF WABniNOTON PAltK. Vouderhorst visited Yashlngton rark yes terday and went over the stands and grounds with Ebbets. lie notified Ebbets to begin ne gotiations with tho contractors for the build ing ot tho new stands. Ho was'greatly pleased with the convenient location ot the baseball plant and said: "I had no Idea that Washington Fork Is so accessible. It took mo thirty-five minutes to reach It from Iho Fifth Avenue Hotel Peo ple who live or are employed below Fourteenth stroet, Manhattan, can get over to see Hau lon's men In half tho time it takes to land at the Polo Grounds. The Brooklyn Club, an ticipating some heavy patronage, will spond aulta a large sum lu providing additional seat ing capacity nt Washington Park. The total accommodations in the stands will toot up 15.000 beats, and we can stretch posts and ropes around the entire outfield for 15.000 more it necessary. I do not bolteve It Is ad visable to move the players' benches out from the grand stand for the reason that last year Catcher Grim collldod with ono ot tho benonea In Us present position and wa rather severely . Injured If the benches were placed further ' out they would undoubtedly be more In the way ot the catchers than at present." By the proposed additions and the new ar rangement ot the stands at Vaslilnctor. Parle there will be littlo cauee for complaint from patrons who said Inst year that they wero com iiciivd to sit too lara'vnr from th diamond. The accompanying cut shows the amphithea tre as it will appear when the Bostons open with tho Brooklyns on Pril 15. Tho work will begin Immediately, or as noon as the snow is on the ground The seating capacity will be as great an that of any grounds in the League circuit. Two new stands will be put up back ot first base, and an addition to'the grand stand will l-o constructed, while the stands backot third base and in left centre Meld will be moved ;ln nenrer the diamond. The old ; twenty-five cent stand in right centre Hold ex tending alone First streetlto tho Third avenue fence will be taken down. Racing nt New Orleans. New Ohleans. March 8 Tho Lexington Selling Stakes for two-year-olds. $1,000 value, were the attractive feature nf to-day's card. It was won In a romp by J. J. McCalTerty's Iro-quols-TaHeta colt Dr.Biddie. Alex and Johnny J., bolonglng to Frank Regan, nnd coupled In the betting, was the choice, and was backed off the boards. Neither finished in tho money. Alex might have been closer up had It not been for a piece ot unsportsmanlike conduct on tho part of Jockey Troxler. who rodo Fre- . Hnghuysen. As the field left tho post Troxler reached over and grasped Alex's bridle, pull ing the colt back and impeding his speed. The matter was reported to the stewards and they suspended Troxler pending an Investl- Sation. The llrnt race resulted In a driving nish between four, who finished heads apart on tho post. Jim Goro II. received the decis ion. Mordecal was tho warmest thing of the duy. being backed all over the country. Ho got off running, and going to tho front opened up n gap of two lengths, which ho maintained to the wire. Summaries: First Race Selling; six furlones Jim Gore II , 104 tlioldeiw, fi to 2, won. Pave 8 , IIS (Vaudussn), second, Dsbride, 118 (Mason i. third. Time. 1 16. Second Race Selling, one mllu The Pragoon. 118 (Bheppardi, 12 to 1. won Nailer. 101 iNutti. second, Via-nette. 104 iTroaler'. third Time. 1 43H Third Race Bellinir. one mile and aaixteenth Little Billy, 101 (O Connor), 5 to 1, won (Joiner, 10U iHouthard) seioud, J-udy Disdain, U7 (Troxler), third Time, 1 50. Fourth Bace Leilneton Belling Htakea, four fur longs Dr. ltlddle. va lUdomi, 4 to 1, won. Little Boy Blue, 113 iHhepparrti, second, I rcllngbuyien, U8 iTroilerl, third. Time, o 50'. tilth Race Selling, one mile Mordecal, 301 droller u to 10, won. Prince 7cno, 100 (Odomj, second; Mldelen. 103 (Rluby). third Tirco. 1.42K. Sixth Race Helling, ono mile I.low Anna, lot (Troxlor), 2 to 1 won. Nover, 103 'W. Taj lor', sec ond, PontetCsnet, 100 'Frost), third. Time, 143. I'cnnsjlv anin anil Michigan to I'lny Football. lum.DKLPniA, March. 8 Fonnsylvanla Is to play the University of Michigan nt football on Franklin Field two years In succession In 18SX) and lllOO Tho date for noxt fall Is Not II, and the Western university management final ly submitted to the solicitations of the Penn sylvania football management and agreed to Play two years in succession here. The reason for bringing Michigan to Philadelphia In HKsJ Is to uvoiitthonecessltyof Pennsjlvanla taking tho lone trip to Ann Arbor or Detroit, since she will. In all likelihood, bo called upon to visit Cambrldgo in 11)00. Tho base-ball schedule of the university was considered by the Faculty Athletic Committee this afternoon, and accepted with limitation, but several minor matters are to bo arranged before It is given out:or complete, Theoioro Brown, the pitcher, was doolared eligible .to play this ear. hutonthendvleoofthoBasebnll Com mittee to the Athletic Association he Is not to ploy In any game beforo May 1. Football nt llnrvnld. Caummuz. March 8.-Capt Burdsn of tho Har vard football team took u look at tbs football grid iron on HoldlerV Field this afternoon He ha I counted on having his jnrnst work by this time, but the snow of ytetrday and ths day before defeated his plans .a When Kskeil this afternoon what course of jiroied ire woul 1 he followed Trainer Jack McMastcrH aId ' 1 in ipo-e. to educate th men thoroughly lu the minor points of the name, such as tiukhnt. follow hit the hall, i iintinz and catching kicks. There will be no hard work with a view toaecuriug condi tion ' Itemly for Football Work nt Ynle. N(.vv Havrv March 8, In response to a call from Oapt Mciirido of the Yale 'varsity football team, I ah nt ninety men met in the 1 ale gymnasium to. uUhtsnd handed in their names as candidates for the 'varsltj elovin of levii. This number iuclLdes Hi. follow lug members of last yi ar'a team Coy and Uubbill soda, Htlllman. lacklo. Brown, uuardi Towiiseml JJulley ami McBrldo. full barks hi), quarter hack, reitularat and Winter and bnlllvsn, imrter baiks. Dupes, full back, Near, half back, and McConnell, centre. Stuck Kailiftiice Ilnaebnll Teams. Members of tho New York Block Exrbaixe aro orimiiiiiuit tso baseball tcama which will bcin attlvu practice at the Polo Grounds as soon as weather p rmits, Tho dste of the tbsmpioushln ' game will b determined later, and It will be mads a Moik JUi haime. gala day Here srs ths tsaius as they have bteu maiie up 1 Junior ruin. Harlwlg N. Bariich, captain. Coster I nf Coster huappa. in Cromwell, J. Lonnirr or- 1 den, Jr lauchert, Harris u of Price McGoriulck ti Co.Audie Uiavrs hdgar JurKcns.u of Ilanies Brin , ami Hurt lull. Huttiliitcs-Whlt of Whit. I a. Wainwnuht, Keri.lt 1' Toler, uud H ti. HtebblLs. Kenior 1. am Uoiiye McKay, captain, 'lower of Titters, hherviiii'd Amory HoJuis and Hick Hal- till of ILlslril k llo.l,.., the biothert Chauuter, Norrts, b H Brown and Urlnham. 8iib.tltuirs-W IS Jleikmauaud It. A 1'ealiody Cnlllinbln. Yurlilsnien Klect OHlcera. At thu annual meeting of the Columbia Yacht Club, wlili h was held lu tho clubhouse foot cf West KiuhU lith strict, on Tuesday eveulug the follow luisoinier. wire uusuimousli elected Commodore, Wallher I utuni steam ischt Untai Vire-Uuiuuio dorr, M. Dixoii Ellis, uaphtha lumbler. Hear Com xuodore, W - Traiic.er, uaphtha Mareta, ekcretary, ueonte larkhlll, Jrtasurtr. J A. Wuver, iltet bun. con. Dr. Henry Orlswold, sloop Venture, Ueaauier, I. T Monrll, naphtha JuauiU. W. U. K ulioll. Lharli. L. Weber and. Thomas S. Coal, war aUo elected as laembers of ths Board of Trustees, to serve two 5 car. sach The club will Is placed In 'till commission on Uar 15 with approprtate cer. monies, and the date of the annual rtKtte M fixed (or UrworUl Par. aozr. Park Commissioners Hire a Frofetttoniti Other News. Thomas Bendelow, tho colt 'professional, has been engaged by the Park Commissioners and will report on Monday at Ynn Cortlandt Park. He will be rated on the payroll as a foreman at $100 a month, tho Commissioners not seolngtholr wny clear to engage him In any other way. On Monday llondolow will complete the plana for the oxtnslon of the nlne-holo course to eighteen holes, by taking In the territory nt Van Cortlandt Park to ths south ot the present course, so that the flrst tee wlllbe very accessible to the Van ,Cort landt railroad station. Beadelowwlll have full charge ot the work during Its progress, and, when the links are ready he wilt, remain In responslHlty tor the good condition otthe greens and the orderlrTmnmier In which golf Is played on the osarse. It is understood, also, that Bondolow Is to have the profits from the sale ot golf clubs and balls at an Cort landt and alto the light lo maintain a rsoalr (hop. and that his services are to be utilized as nn expert to pass on plans for publlo links In Brooklyn, Btnicn Island and other sections ot the citr. This is the flrst engagement ot ngolt pro fessional by ths authorities of n cltv or town In (his country to alntaln n frea links, fatn uel Tucker ot tit. Andrew's was engaged late in 1805 as an export to lay out tho flrst Yan Cortlandtfl'ark links and professionals havo nt times been etuploved for similar wo'-k in othor cities, but no attempt has ever beon made to pny an expert to manage the play at an American publlo course. Boston, tho eeo ond city to lay out a public links on Its park lands, has from the tlrst placed the course, which Is In Franklin Park, in charge of Willie Campbell, a noted player from Bcotland, who has had the right to collect a fee from each player In lieu ot wages, and also the usual pro fessional privilege of selling goods nnd giving losKons. Publlo golf ha consentiently had a bettor support In Bostou than .at NanX'crt landt, for under Campbell's guidance team matches and handicaps have nourished. The frreatest drawback to golf nt ;nn Cottlundt las been the absence of n director of tho links, vested wlth'Jlie power.to regulate tho order ot the playing and to expel those golfors from the course who will not conform to tlia ordi nary etiquette ot tho gamo. Under Bonde low'e direction It Is oxpected that 200 to 'J50 players may use the Van Cortlandt Park course dally without crowding or confusion, whilo under the moblike methods ot last season the course was as dangerous as a battlefield when only llfty or sixty were at play. Tho orderly golfers were thn chief sufferers from the con gested state of tho links, for. aside from tho danger ot belnglhlt with derelict balls, their best plays were spoiled by the orowdlng snd lnterferenoo ot tho gnorant division of .visi tors. Aside Zfrom lengthening tho course to eighteen holes. It is proposed to lay out a prac tice ground to which the beginners will be re stricted until they leant the rudiments of the game. The new professional was employed as a pressman in this city when tho golf wave first started, and in 18S5 he promptly engaged him self to Introduce the game at the Essex County Country Club at Orango, After n yenr there he began work In a golf goods hcuse in this city, where he has slnco been employed Dur ing this period he has laid out about thlrtv flve golf links In this and adjneent States. In early life Bendelow learned to play on the pub lic link ot r,dlnburgh. and ho knows how such links should bo run to Lost accommodate a large throng nt players. The engagement of a professional by tho Tark Commissioners may be regardod as the most lmpoitnnt (.ten lu the munlclonlistn of golf yet taken in this country, ivhere the ndvocatcs of tho carae be Heio II has a great future ns a public recrea tion uulte aside from Its club aspect. Secretary Kerr of tho U. S G. A. said yester day that the Exocutlve Commltteo had sent ex perts to examine certain links available for the three championships and tint tho full an nouncement ot dates and places would bo mado in ten davn. The courses to bo selected are kept a close secret by all concerned, but. as The Bun stated two months ago. the ehnnces are that bt. Andrew's will accept either tho amateur or open event and that the women's chnmDlonshlp will go to tho Philadelphia Country Club. A etrong effort is being mado to send the open event to the now Country Club of Baltimore Those who favor the plan. 9lde from the Baltimore and Washington elegates. do so chiellr to scnt'er tho meetings nnd thus avoid anv eentrallrcitlon of tho coll ing enthusiasm, for otherwise they deem It unwise to select a practically untrloa and freshlr laid nut course for such an lmportnut national tournament. Still, if tho experts sent to inspect the Baltimore coureo report favorably the open tournament may go to the Monumental City. Miss Breatrix Hoyt. the three-tlmo winner of the U. G. G. A. women's tournament, savs that there Is no truth whatever in tho state ment going the rounds of tho press that she Intends to make a tour ot the links nbroad this spring and nlav In tho next chnmplonihlp. to be held In Mnvon an Irish course.ol the I-adies' Golf Union of Great Britain. uon ik a. Local Oarsmen 'Ynnt Next Year's Nntlonnl ltegnttn Held In Tills City. Local rowing enthusiasts have started n movemont to have tho regatta of tho National Association of Amateur Otrsmcn held In this cltynextyenr At tho moetlng of tho Harlem Regatta Association on Monday night James Pilklngton of tho Harlom Bovlng Club spoke about the mattor. ami nt his suggestion n com mittee was appointed to arrange tho prelim inary plans Pllklngtoii pointed out that, as a num ber of other cities, prlndimlly Philadelphia, would make an effort to hold tho regatta steps should bo taken at once to get tho dilTerent rowing clubs in lino Ho thought that fri.liO could be raised without much trouble If the rowing clubs In this vicinity would get to gethernnd hustle With this amountof money available, ho said, tho occasion would b n notable one In tho hlstorv of amateur rowing Loiters havo been received from prominent rowing men throughout thoeountry advocating this city as tho place for tho 1!)U0 regatta, nnd promising sucport Worcester Snld to TYnnt tho Ynle-IInrvni-il Boat Knee. CAMPmocE, Mass , March 8. It was learned this evening on the beat authority that the Harvnrd and Yalo crow managers aro looking nbout for another racing ground than Now London, owing to the dtslro of tho liotnlof Trade nt that placo to mnko a large reduction in the Bum usually contributed tovvurd the ex penses of the crows. This afternoon two rathor ehlorlv men were In lonferonco with Mnrnger Mann and dint HlggliiHon nt thi 'viirslty boat house. After they hnd detained the ro)irt npresd that thev were mom herb nt the 'i ores tor Board of Trade, who lu'l tome toL'.un bridge In behalf of 1 nko Qulnslgninoni! conrio nt that city This course In nt present threo miles long, and by removing a cnuony it could bo lengthened Into a lino four-mile course. The Viorcevloi Hoard of Trndo Is said to be willing to hive this chnngo math, pro vided the raeo bo assured to them forn num ber of ears Mnnn nnd Hlgglnsoti would give no Informa tion whatever ecppt tli.it lh) would sooner row at Wonchter tl tm nt New I.nndnn If tho courno could bo mado right 1 hey refused to e-ay ativtliing lis to what negotiations aroon foot Olio of the strongest iolnu In favor of Worcester Is that Mio lako furnishes absolutely ntlll water and would cnnllo thn loncliesto finish off their crown lu hotter e.hnp than would I o potslblo either nt Pouchke"pslo or New London. ew York Xnterscholastlfl A. A. trranges for n.iseball. The Baseball Committee of tlis New York Inter schohuflo Athletic Association held a, meeting at Berkeley echool yesterday fortha purpose of msk tug arrangements for the romlng eiason nn tho diamond Chairman J A Forney called ths meet lng to order, and said that It was the dmire of all ths schools that tbs schedule to alojiteil at ouce, as gauitswltb o itUe siboul. c 'Uld not I arraminl ui til tho If-agus s- hedule wv. made It waa, l.i w ei.r, found luipossiUo lo do this, as ss.eral si In- U tlist wished to i titer hav- nit 1 een tuard from It was deciil.il to nidil anntb r rrsetimr next Monday to perfect arraiismenta and adi lit a sibedute It was decidu ti. plio the names at 11-rkeley Ova), The folliwim: schools will ent-r teeir s llerkeley Colnrabu. Orimmar. Cutler. Trimly, Barnard, Ho iJiSsl.e, 'Ailsuu fall, C dumb, a li.jti lull, at d W oodbrtdge Mnsketbnll. The F-aat Bide Branch V. M 0 A learn lias March 1 ft and Bilopin fjr game, ut honin with registered teams Addre.sV. H ilrosselBner, X6H lUst Eighty seventh strut Tho luehtu eight basketball team of the Oerman Branch Y M 07 A Is willing to play any team, uitner for a trophy or paatliui. at its Krmnasium any Fn ds) Ad')re Charlia H. BurMiardt, :i0 tieiuiid aienuo Yestertlay aftornnon, lieforea larus ciowd of it dents, Berkeley rkhooi defatted Barnard bebool in the regular schedule game vf the New tork Inter schuUnlo Haskell all tournament at Berkilsy n-.hool Armor) by the score ot U to 0. M )tci-i, N 1 Marvh rl Tho girls' team of the Mnntclalr an J Flaluteld high sibo da met here this nfwruoou In an exciting huakeihall match lie) visiting team nitwtUliart and outplayed Iho hoius till, and non b a score of 8 to A Thu first teams of tho at. (loor.-e A C and (Irace A. C. met lu theforuier'e gyoinsaieia on Tut. day night. Tne tlrst half was erenly contested from the start and wound up In a nut scruniaaice, wlllntho eiore a tla at 2 points caob 1 he Uraee team played bard lu the laat penod, and through the excellent work of Wendell veers We to. take ths lead. Ibsyaaccess fully resisted ths attempts of ths Dt. George Aien to break up their defence, and the final score wasi Unas. 7 1 M. Ueoru. A. 1 ' jYitrrs of me ?rairixjra. Cyclists Oppose the Amsterdam Avenue Foor-Traok Plan. Last year tha local Consulate ot the L. A. W. was foremost In opposing the four-trnok schemo for Amsterdam avenue. With four tracka there it would be useless for delivery wagons, which now tnko Amstordnm nvonuo anJ so re llovo tho congestion on tho Boulevard. Tho whoolmcn foresaw that with cars filling Am nterdammenuonll tho wagons whloh now use it would be forced ovor to tho Boulovard and mako It "rough on wheelmon." Now that tho fight is on in earnest tho L. A. W. Is again taking a hand. Yesterday a letter was sent to Senator Ford nt AJbany. of whloh the following Is ncopy; TV th Uon. John i'orti. Dran Bin 1 hereby writs te Inform you that the New York Btate Division, Leagueot American Wheel men, an organization numbering 17,000 members In the Htate of Nsw York, tl.000 of whom live In ths borough of Manhattan, New lork city, Indorse and support the bill known ai ths Ford bill, whloh ii to be enacted forth, purpos. of limiting ths nauber ot car tracks on Amsterdam avenue to ens sst ot trsoks The Leaguo ot American Wheelmen do this becsnse they believe that the running of four tracks on a street ts detrimental In every posslbls way to the Interests of the users nt that strast and ths cttl tens at large, pedestrians, drivers and wheelmen, snd ws do not see In what way the public can bo benefited by four tracks when two will do all ths work required. Again I wish to say to yon that you have tho support snd indorsement ot the league ot American Wheelman. Hoping you will be saceess ful in your effort to suppress this grab. I am, yours fraternally, M. M. Bklpivo, Jr., Chief Consul New York But. Division, I A. W. Personally considered, tho mako-up of th L. A. W. Racing Board Is considered by the local roprosontntlros ot ths organlcatlons to be a strong ono. Chairman Fred Gerlach of Chi cago will. It Is said, take a residence In eithor New York or Philadelphia. His assistants, who wero appointed by President Eeenan on Tuesday, nro geographically distributed to an advantage that ts npparent. A. W. Robinson ot Boston will look after matters in Maine. Now Hampshire. Vermont. Massachusetts, Ithodo Island and Connecticut. Robinson was a mem ber of tho National Racing Board last year under Chairman Mott He wan formerly handlcappcr for New England and knows the district well 0. A. Dlmon of Philadelphia has been on tho Rnclng Board two years. He was Chairman ot the Race Committee at the na tional meot. Philadelphia. In 1807. Ho will havo charge of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, TJel aware. District of Columbia, Maryland. Wost Virginia. Mrginla. North Carolina and South Carolina. J. W.Brlgman of Louisville has been ono nf the board of officers In the Kentucky di vision for Bev oral years He Is adirectorol the Fountain Ferry track, which practically assures the L. A. W.of continued jurisdiction over this eourso. Brlgmun's territory of control will bo Kentucky. Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana. Mississippi. Alabama. Georgia, and tlorltla. W..I JJotyof Denver has served two vears on the RnclPfc Bonn! Ho is secretary of trio Den ver Wheel Club. He will supervise affairs In Colorado, Kansas. Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Texas. New Mexico. Arizona. California. Nevada. Utih. Oregon. Washington. Idaho. Montana. Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota nnd Nebraska. Chairman Gerlach Is supposed to attend to things In Illinois. Mis souri. Iowa. Minnesota, Wisconsin. Michigan. Indiana and Ohio, but if he moves East he will probauiy tuun tne Nwr Ycrk district Thero has been no one appointed for Now York Stato as a regular member, nut Hnndl enppor i L. McCarthy has been made n special rcprcscntntivo of the National Board tempo rarily. Pittsdito. March 8 The appointment of Charles W. Mears of Cleveland as representa tive of the L. A. Vi. to tho International Cyclists' AHsoeiitlon was announced this afternoon by Presidont Keenan. The annual meeting of the I. C. A. w HI bei held at Montreal next August. jjoirx.j.vo. As only a few more nights remain to complete ths Hutted Bowling Clnbs' headpln tournament, ths bo lera are ps)ing more attention to the schedule. Fight teams rolled their aeries at the Germsnla As sembly Rooms allcya last night. Ths scores. fibst aZKirs. Lotus No. t. Section No. 1 ttenpln) W. Genie". 111. Ir. Gcrdes, P4. Heath. 100; Hehm. 114; Bosmer mann, IO Total. 48. iNlnepin) W. Oerdts. in; T Uerdea, 03, Heath, II4; ltehin. 74; Bosmermann. C. Total, 330. Grand total, all'. SFCO!n BCBIXS. IVitus No 2, bee Hon No. a (tenplnl Sleburj, 8I1 M. Warmutn. 72. Ilalkett, H7: Moderaohn. ion, W. VVarmnth tip. 'total, 45B. (Nlnepln) 61eburg, et; M. W.rmuth. ilif. Halkett, ah. Moderaohn, 71; W. Warmuth, 3 Total. 334. Grand total. 7H7. tu tun sr-uiEs Gotham 'So 2,FcctlouNn attenrin) Bchwach,84; Schenk. HO, Kappel 7r, Young, 74; Oatertag, w. Total, 407. Muepii.1 bchwaeh. 70; Schenk, f.u, Kappel, E'i. Young, 74, Oaterta.:, 64. Total, 313. Grand total, 7i0 roUBTH SCRIES. Gotham Vo. 3, Section No. 4 (tcnplnl Charles Kiatg. 7ii Xiclutaih. 43, Etxold 4S. bowade. 85; e-ourad King. uu. Total, 2H2. (Ninepln) Charlos hlnir. 4f,, higliitsch, 85. Etxold. Ku. Sowade. 3U; Conrad King, J. Total, 247. Grand total, !8y. ! BTK SEMES. West Shore Section. No. 2 (tenpln) Meyer, 74; Brower M Dleckmanu, H8. Zalllneer, hu, Tlede inann, it. Total. 4.' I. Ninepln) Meyer, 03; Brower. iij Incckmann, l': Zallliuer, CM, Tledemann, 7U. Total, OH. urand total. 7211. SIXTH SEniM. Orchard No. 1. So, Con No. 1 (tenpin)-Bnllninkel, nil, Bnchholr, 8S, Stetlen. 113, bchwacke, H7, Wilck ens 7. lota, 404. iNlnepin) Bullwlnkel, 70; Bucbuolz, 77. btei'ens, 7U, HchwicLe, &ij Wilckens, HI, Total, 3tld. Grand total, H30. sivivrti SEHirs, Arrre. Section No. 2 (tenpln) Uunkak.91 , Tlndale, H'l, (1. Hndmaun, 101, Heiit. Ill, Brlnkama. 101. Totvl. 4H7 (Nlnepliij-Dunkal.ilH. Tlndale. 7n. O. Hoffmann, Alt, Dent, "Is, Bnukama, 70. Total, 3D1. Grand total, 848, F1.11ITI1 SFR1ES. Orchard No. 2, Section No. 3 (tenpln) TImpe, Rfl; Rufcr. 73, Ficke, 4.r, Rust, UO loltermann, M To tal. 3.M) (Ninepln) Tlmpe, til, Itufer. 48, Heke, r,i Rust, 81, Foltcrinaun,6l. Total, 2w8. Clratid total, (JL4. RoriiESTrn. March 8. Tbrce more Interstate League games wire playid last niuht between ths Brookl)n and Hwhe.ter tesms, the visiting bowlers winning the first two Lames, The scores. Kir-sr oime. Brooklyn Moore. 154 iirauc, 1B7, Ibert, 202; Hssee, JilH, Wolr, toil lotal H ,7. Bi-ehestir-Itol.ky. 17J, llutr, IBS, Clsrk, 174; Green, 1iI2, Pelfters, Ids. Total, 832. sriosn OAHl. l'rooklyn Moore, l&ii, Graun, ir4; Ibert. 14ni Ho-vse, ISO. Wolf, IS2 Total, 778. Ilocliesternelsky, 141. Itiitr. 141; Clark, ISO, Uncn.Ui.FeUlers.lUH. Total, 7J0, THInP UX14E. Brooklyn Moore. 17t. Grauo, 133, Ibert, 108, HsatB 111; Wolf, 170. lotal. 7111. Unci estei-Belsk) , U,7, l'.uu, 17S; Clark, 166, On en, led, retSera, 170 ToUl, 6"3. The GermaniaCluh hoalrra at Ellxabelh wound up their schedule lu the fuel. Sam !vat!onat tourna ment at Fraeukle'a slliys on Tuesday night. The aeorcs IIRaT ill 11 1 Vanda-Hanley, lift, Hennan, 142; Bnek, I7t; Beinsen, l"i. Mertx, 184 TnUl, 707. Ht. (leorao Brown 13S, NeH, no Abendsrheln, 1D8, leudneh, ),I7 Uouuerl, 161. Total, 70H. srcoitD axuz. Vanda Henlei , 1(10. Herman, 159, Bnek, Jno, Rsmsen. 167, Merti. 173 'lotal, 81P. (lermania I. tfauer, lil, I lausa, 1U5; Burks, 147; Ilajes, JUO, O hauer, JHf, Total, U06, third oiir, Fidelia- Vihbel, U.3; Gerth, 128; E. Frasnkle, 114 Hessters, 176. 'Dlehl, 80. lots!, t-uo. iiernisnla-L 8auer, 1NH, Clause, 1.V2; Burke, 170; Uai es, Hi: C. Hayes, 123. Total, R05. "I'loyed Six frame., The Arcanum trio surprised the Kchos In ths Car rulhers tournament at Urooklyn last night Toy win. ning two of ths four games. The scoresi i uur uon, Arcanum- Brlnkman, 176; Higgins, 1D7 Grtffln, 17.1 Total. Din Ixho-fliillers. 178. Bsnnlster, 143; Wells, 170. Total, IM. SEC0D OAUS Aicanum Ilrlnkmau, 164, Ulsglns, 17fl; Orlffln, 17. Tutsi, 608. J-.hi. Selliis, 1C2, Bannister, KO, Walls, 181, Totsl, 4W Tiiinn OIVIE. Arcanum Brlnkman, 214; Biggins, 170, Orlffln, 101 lital. 616. F, ho Sellers, 202, Bann'.tter, IB!; Wells, 107, Totel 6B0. IOIKTH SAME. An suuiii Brlnkman, 114, HIczlna, IBS, Orlffln, IMi Toial. 477. IVbo-Hcll.rs, 14 Bannister, 109; Wells, 181, Total, 4UI The following games wero rolled last night at ths Harlem Kepubllean Club alleys; FIRST HIKE. New York-IJilntt.ton, 17J, C. Harriott, 174; Wise. 140, Touisalnt, 173. nwartz, 18(1 Total, 681. F.ii'f Islur-Bechdol, 160, Bcboeu, 170; Bechtsl, 111 J, Bleiiel, 184, Worrell, luu. Total. 763, axeoxu aas. Now York-Llrlngston. 144; a Usrrtott, 184; Wise, 1HJ. Toussalut, Ibu. riwaru, U1J. ToUl, 7VI. Lxcolslor llecbdol, lrt7i 8cbrn. 182, Berhtel, 117 Hiegcl. 221), Worrell, 162, Total, 827. Tllicn UAUE. New York-Uvlngston. 170. 0. Harriott, 104; Wlss, lni.ToiiMUlnt, 174;Uartx, IBS. Total, 824. Kire-Ulor Berhdol. ItfJi Scho.n. liiUl BeobUL lB3;bUneI. 184) Worrell. IBU. Total, 820. Fnlton Council defeated ths Fraternity snd Cora moawtaltU teams la tbs Biooklya Uoyal Arcanum tonmatntnUat TrsJnor's alleys last bight The cores; riasT oust. Commonwealth Council Btonsr. 1721 Brown, 1TH Fischer, 182; Fortnan, 143; Beard, 184. Total, 7Sn. Fraternity Cnuncll Brown. 105; Bowne, lr3 Ottrell, 110; Brill, 13; Schmidt, 112. Total, WIS. KCOKD OAHJC rraternlly OounHl Brown, J24t Bowtis, lfllg ColtreU. ma; Brill, 1 29; Schmidt, lit. Total. M. Fulton Council-Brand, lMli 11. H.lveris, 02 J. Bllreria, 128) Lorsll,16. Medicos. 184. ToUl. 787. TBtan OAME. Fnlton Oonncll-Brand, l8t ILSIlverla, ISA- o, BilTsiia, 160; LovelL 188; Medlcns, lu". Total, 8AP. Coinmonweslth Conncll-fltoner, IHs Brown, 172i Fischer, 120; Forman, 108; Beard, 144. ToUl, 7 IK). Ths Paramount Wheelmen made a clean sweep In ilia class H tournament of the Long tslsnd Associa tion ct Oyllng Clubs at Khler's alleys lssl night. Ths scores i nnsT oaux. Paramount Wheelmen Sehorllng, 181: MoDon ouch. 1S7 Marquis, no, Broer, ltlfj; Bays, 188, Total, 82a Ind SB Orders Lonls. 136l Miller, ISO; Ltttmsn, IBS) Ilacenbe-cher. 1071 Total. 021. sxcoiD OA. Paramount (Wheelmen - Schorllni, IS7i V1 -ough. 163; Marquis, 172; Hays, loo; Hoists. .... Total, SIP Indian Cyclers Louts. 14A; Millar. lMi Uttmsn, 162; nafenbacher, 174) Barr, 171. Total, 78. TUISD OAVK. Paramount Wheelmen ttchorllnr. 188; MeDon ough, 160: Marquis, 1UU; Hays. 170; Holstsn, 181. Total. 7D8. Indian Oyol.rs-Louls, 153i Miller. 17B; Llttmsn, 167; Uagenbachsr, 144; Barr, 144. ToUl, 767. The Monarch palrplayed In raplUt form In th Brooklyn Women's League jesterdar afternoon St the Elephant clubhonso alleys snd neat ths Carls tons two straight. Mllford and Pin Knight divided ths honors, while F-cho won from Alort In two closely contested gsmes. The scores; riitsr OAttc Mllford-Mrs.Healy.lS8; Mrs. Blaks, 112. Total, 260. Pin Knight Mrs. Jackson. 132; Mrs. Fries, 10 J, Total, 224. stooin OAMI. Milford-Mra. Bealy, 112; Mrs. Blake, 8. ToUl, 201. Pin Knight Mrs. Jackson. 107) Mrs. Fries, no. Tout, 228. TniBD OAUS. Monarch Mr. Connolly, ist; Mrs. Kuck. 140. Totsl, 22. Carleton Mrs. Bodsvln, 120; Miss Y. HUer, 104, Total, 224. ronain oaxie. Monarch Mrs. Connolly, 162 Mrs. Enck, IDS. Totsl, 287. Carlaton Mrs. Bodsvln. 121, Miss Y. HUer, 187. ToUl. 269. nrtrtouix. Echo Mrs. Bnms, 120, Mrs. O'Brien, 187. ToUl. Alert-Miss A. HUer, 122; Mrs. H. Wood, 181. To tal, 268. mm OAin. Boho Mrs. Barns, 14S; Mrs. O'Brlsn, 118. To tal. 2B8. Alert-Miss A mier, 137; Mrs. n. Wood, 117. To Ul, 254. ' The New Y'ork Council team won the third Royal Arcanum League tournament gams at ths TennU Club alleys last night by seven pine. The scores. riasr OAME. Stanley CouncU-Lobenstein. 102; Wolf, 120; Benin", 132, Scboenleln, 184: Wahlsra. 157. Total, 744. Harlem Oonnctl IJndeil. 161); Wagner, 187; llan bslm, 177; Cowles, 208; Wyman, 1UI. ToUl. U21. er.co-TD OA54I. BUnley Council Lobensteln, 124; Wolf, 158? Pol lock. lr.B, Schoenlein, 12U: Wahlers, 130. ToUl.itDi) NewYork Council Grunln.r, 170, Lawrence.lBs. Eltchelt, 182; Cram. 17U; McLean. 187. Total,802. nimn oamr. Harlem Council Linden, 182: Wagner, 14Si Man helm, 176: Cowles, 171; W)man, 1U2. ToUl, 848, Nsw lork Council Orunlnger. 102. Lawrence. 187: Kltchelt, 211; Crura, 160; McLean, 180. Total, 800. The Holy Cross Wheelmen won and lost In the Archdlocesan Union Lesiruo rene. H-y.d it ihi lllage Club allaya list utght. The scores. TIR&T OAME. Bpsldlng Union Ho. l-Carey. 148: Davis. 195: J. Powers. 13D; BhelHen, 14U, F. Towers. 203. To Ul. 8211. Bt. Agnes's Fnion Seoley. 167; McOuirs, 124: Schlinkert, 143; Bufiy, 181; Mahoney, 135. To Ul, 720. FECONU CAXIX. 8t. Agnes's Union Seeley, 144; Coyle, 1B0; Schlin kert. 142; Daffy, 14U; Mahoney, 138. ToUl, 721. Holy Cross Wheelmen Pootn. 124. Uenneasy, 17v, Osborc,08, Dtirau. 147,Oalvin, 1U0. ToUl, 788. tbibo r.iiic. Bpalding Union No. 1 Carey. 147; Davis, 187, J. Powers, 187; 9'hcfflen, 18a, F. Powers, 182. ToUl, 848. Holy Cross Wheelmen Booth. 164: Osbnm. 134: Hsnnessy, 147; Done, 209, Hah in, IBS. ToUl, 800. Two mors games vers won by the Knickerbockers In ths Kortahlde League at Pump's alleys last night. Ths scores: riBST OAMK. MorrlsanU SpotU Malzaohrr, 147: Hoering, 1B3: Beldebecke, 101, Courtier, 180, Hacked, 178. To Ul. 74.'. ( himiewa Sunkanberg. 1P8; leentarth. 14; A. Schmidt, 106, Comerford, 148; Loehr, 130. ToUl, 776. 8ECO-4P GAME. Morrlsanla Sporta Malxacher. 18P. Hoering. 177; Berge, U8, Courtier, 178, Uackert, 184. ToUl. 838. Knickerbocker Snyder, 168: Hota line, 182, Meyer. 185; I Forest, 16a, Lehrbach.218. ToUl, 874. Tnmo OAMK. Chippewa Sunkanberg. 148. Comerford, 180, Isenbarth, 18H, A Schmidt, 18'j, Loehr, 168. ToUl. 80 V. Knickerbocker Snyder, 108, Hntaling, 181. Meyer, 20.:, La Forest, 185, Lehrbach, 171, Totsl, bUll. The Andubona won an elevi n frame gams In the Harlem Leaguo tournament las: night. The scores. FIRST OAS1E. Boulevard Walsh, 185; Mnlfonl, 180. Dumble, 1M1: Knauf. 181: II. Vetter, 202. Total. 1)18. W ashlngton J. Zcnu, 149. Schln. 178. Cohen, 200; Boehm, 181; D. Shlman, 195. ToUl. 888 SFCOD OAUE. Washlngton-J Zenn. 183, Bchlff, 205; Cohen, 183; Boehm. 171. D. Shlman. 183. Total. 187. Audubon Maher, 177. J. Brand. 177. Blrkett. 158; Taylor, 186. Spranger, 192. ToUl r)87. IJeveuthrnmo Washington, 73, Audubon, 103. TUU'POAME. Boulevard Walsh. 1C4. Mulford. 183. Durable. 17ii. Knsuf. UI7. H Vettir. 181 Total, 844. Andubou -Maher, 158, J, Brand, 184, Blrkett, 123, Taylor, Hit, Uprauger, IU4. Total, 770. Howling names To-Nlght. United Bowling Cluls' Head pin Tournament Bowling Gree'i Wheelmen leani No. 1, Bowling Urren Wheelmen Teem Nj. 2, Howling Oroeu Wheel men learn No .1, Rlrenlale, lainstailter, Roaedale ho. 1 and Rosedale Nj 1, at the Uermaula Assembly Rooms alleys, Harlem 1-eaius Tournament Old Homestead, Stsndard snd l'lnenlx, at Thuiu k. Kahlsdorf s allej a. Uncle Sam Nitionsl 1 i.urnament Oriental, Uncle Bsm and Va-ida, at Fraeli).lQ'B alleys. Noith bl le L.ague Iiitcoln Swiss American, and West Mornsania at tho North Mdn False, alleya Bank Clerks' Leaguo Journaruent National Bank of the Beputllo Mechanics and Traders' National lUnk, and AmericAu Ijtehange National Bank, at Held a allej ,. Bronkln Royal Arcanum Leasue Tournament Oeneral 1'iitnani Louurll, Mert Council, anil aasau Council, at iralnor'salleiii. Carruthers Thn'e Men f earn Tournament Albion is South la. attLii Mcphaiit Cluballe)a. Arlington Hall Wouiui'a Tournament Monarch No. I, Parliamentary and Independent No. I, at the Arlington Hall sllejs. rwtnty sixth Ward Tournament Yellow Kids vs. Fllle, st Ito sel'saHiy Inti rets t lau'ue Oh on vs. Ilroolbn, at Olean. korkvllle Vaguo Tournament Itoyal, Village No. 1, and hcrcutrie, at tho Milage Club alleys. Chess. Althcttgli the American unlvcrsltlea have proctl. rally agreed to aecept the pnipused alterations ot the Britishers as rcgsnla ths eligibility rule for tbs f able chess match between Columbia. Harvard, Yale and Prim eton on the ono ahlo and Oxford and Cam bridge on the other side, they will await a reply to a letter forwarded by Dr L.l Broughton. Jr , on be. half nf the Ameriiau unlierslIP-. whiih was mailed on Saturday last. The dvclnr iwjtietted the British unlvstsitiiB to consldirtbat t'lu match was proposed for the purpose of trying the strength of the truer leans, shown at the last Intercollegiate tournament In this city, and the combined strength of Uxfonl and Cambridge in the lnterunlrerslty match at tbs end of IhU month. Seeing that the proposed altera tion of the eligibility rule would bar F. K. Southard, th Harvard champion, from participating In ths proposed cable match, the original tdtu or the chap lentie cou ii not 1m carried into effect Hnwsier. a reply by cable la etpeetcd on Wednesday next, and then the American omelals will bo able lo decide matters ds.luiuly. Ilrndy anil Jnllnn to Meet. It Is up to Martin Julian and Billy Brndy now to clinch tho mateh arranged between Boh Fitralmmoni. and Jim Je.Trles by accepting one ot the bids offered A meeting botween the managers Is set for noxt Monday afternoon. The champion has telegraphed to Milton llpb leo that he will bo in town noxt week and that Julian will get hero In udvuneoof him. It Is said that th'i bid of the Coney Island Club may bo thrown out. nsu check Ineteid ot cash waj depos-Iti d Tho only two bids which havo been followed with cuh decoslts aro those mode by II. B. Taloraud thonuet- It now turns out that Jim Corbett will not train Jim Jeffries alter all It i.ooms that Billy lirudy and Corbott cannot agrea on the iitiestion of terms It is understood that eithor joeChoynskior Jim Kennedy ot San Frunclsco will bo secured Instead. JJaieball Notes. ' Shortstop Jtnntnes of the Brooklyns will study law at Cornell uxt rail. The Cincinnatls reported for doty yesterday and will leave for tha South to-day under Manager Ewlug. Yerr Few Complulnts Are to be found with help secured through Tag Bcife advertising columns, chiefly bocauso they an Intelligent, and UM-eaaarlly considerate. Any Amer ican District MaascSKerofilos will accept advertise. xcents for Tu Bins. No extra charges srs made, Ait. TAHUAKT'S ItAtn VKXOUXCKD. Donrd ot Trade on the Elevated xtallroads Why Srle Canal Should De Knlarged. Two seta ot resolutions condemning Tam many's attaak on thu elevated roads wero pre sented at tho regular meeting ot the Board ol Trade and Transportation yesterday, but as they differed nnd each set contained featuros favored.by large sections ot the members, both were referred to a special committee. The srteolal commltteo provlouslr appointed to examine ways In whloh tho elevated roads could b6 Improved submitted Its report and it embodied on set ot tho resolutions. These, after deolaring that tho elevated company should make certain Improvements, added: "While wo bellove that all such regulations and roo.ulrero.ents should be oompellod by law. wo deprecato any special animosity toward the elevated roads, and wo do not believe that pub llo convenience demands the running of trains on ftvo minutes' headway during all hours of the day and night, or thnt drip pnns are neces sary for the entire length of the structure. If there Is any .question as to the safety of the structure It should be examlnol by nn engi neer equally free, from political and railroad Influences, and he should be of such high obaracter that his report would have tho con fidence of all Iho people." I. B. Thurber. who objected that the reso lutions did not lay sufficient stress upon the people's opposition, to tho Tnmraanv attank. olTered, as a substitute resolutions deolaring that while the board was heartily In favor of any reasonable and practicable improvement in the service ot the elovated roads. It was not apparent why "alter a service of many years, which has been valuable to the publlovthat at a time when thero seems to be a lack ot har mony between compressed air. steam nnd electrlo transit Interests, it should be suddonlr discovered" that Innumerable and unreason able modifications should be exacted. A majority of those present voted to refer both aeta of resolutions ton committee, which should draw up one set embracing the two A naoer on "The Dlreralonlof OuriUommerce" 5a read at the meeting by Francis Wnyland Im ot New. York, who was for eight years a member of tho Canadian Parliament. Mr. ulen gave flguies showing tho value of the oommeroa of the lakes and advocated tho widening ot the Erie Canal so as to admit ves sels of large tonnage whloh. ho said, should be done at once In view of tho recent p'nns or tho Canadian Government aided by British syndi cates to divert the lako trafllu to Moutroal. The transportation policy of Great Brit ain In Canada.1' Bald Mr. Ulen. "ts on all-points antagonistic to the port of New York. A charge of two cents r, bushel for transportation to New lork would glvo this port command for ever ot tho surplus product of tho entire North west and no combination or railroads could deprive New York of Ir. If grain could be car ried from Buffalo to Now xork as cheaply as from Chicago to Buffalo, the rate of charges would be less than two cents a bushel A oanal constructed to accommodate largo vessels would mean an anuunl saving of $.10.(XX).()00. More than one-half of our beet steamships are imprisoned above Niagara Falls nnd more than one-half the tonnage .built In 18H7 was launched on the lakes. Transportation can only be lowered by Increasing the slzo of the resspls and the canal must be made larger to admit them. When we build such a canal it Will fix forever the rat from tho Mississippi to the coast as the Nlcaratiguan Canal will fix the transcontinental rate and no. combina tion of railroads can beat it." Zl'GCltK. Headquarters Pollen Seem Ttather to Ad mire the Poor Girls Sulcldo Club, There were some Indications yesterday that the preolnct police would got aftor Mcdurk's Bwry UlY" If Chlof Dot ory wouldn't. Johu II. McQurk. tho dlvekooper. Is laid up with erysipelas, nnd his brother Patrick is running the dive. Chief Dovory declared yesterday that ho nover heard of a complaint about the dlvo Ho would entertain and Investigate all complaints that were made to him. .nplnfiupnro ever protect any man here." paid the Chief, dramatically. " No man will bo protected In violating tho Excise law " .It was uncomfortnblo upon these heights, and tho Chlot came down a peg or two to shelter. It was hard for his men. he said, to getovl donce In such a place. They wore too well known. A reporter asked If ho had ovor tried President lork'a trick of taking men from an othor borough who wore uot known, nnd turn ing them Into the Bowery. Mr. Devery felt ng grloveu. "I refuse to answer that question." ho said, and tho subject of McUurk was tabooed ofter that. Inspector Cross. In whoso district the dlvo ts. said that It was keeping within thn law. He also had had no complaints against McQurk. Once when he arrested him for keeping a dis orderly place-that must havo been at a time when Mcuurk had lapsed from grace accord ing to the Inspectors standard tho Magis trate discharged hi in "I thought then I had hona lido evidence, cumulative and corroborative," said the In spector, who onee studied law, " but it seems I didn't. As to McGurk's being a stoolpigeon for the police I have no definite knowledge. He may have aided the police, as any honest man should." .Having patted the dlvokceper on the head, the Inspector patronized the Bishop. "This place." he said. "Is n typo of many places on the Bowory where poor nien go. They must havo some place of enjoyment. But letn deilnlte complaint be made and the police will lose no time attending to It. 80 long ns It is within tho law we can do nothing." In other words. McGurk's is a poor man's club, nnd the dlvekooper Is really a philan thropist. It is said that John MoGurk has received n tlpfrpra acpmpotont authority thnt 11 long Ill ness is good tactics when n man Is in n tight place. Whlst. At the Knlckerbwkcr Whlst Club on Turee'ay night the top score wss msdebyCole sndBacbman and Cramer and Begur, both getting 9 plua Nand S Hawkins and Bowly were high K and W with 7, Stllea and Hamlin, trnol.l and Greene each gelling 8 Delaran and Boyd 6. This leaves the sUndlngnf the leaders to dste: Bacbiusti, 85, Cramer. 67. Cole, 65. At the Long Island Women's Club on Tuesday the top si ore was made bv Mrs Powell ami Miss R111I1 , erford. M plus N and S. Mrs Sejmourand Mrs. Welnhtman, Mrs Harmon snd Mrs Baker got 7 Mra All' 11 and Mrs I'ierann vri re high K and W with , Mrs Hiiinersnn and Mrs Whiting getting 1 At the Urooklyn Whlst Club on Monday night the top score was insde by McDonald and Palley u plus . end W Barrow ami I hliiirwere h gh N nnd S with 6 This. puts W C Ii Witt In fli.tplaieto date. J. It Tolar second, It P Rnwe llurd John Hit mars fourth cxt Monda) nlnht s -sm n 111 be held in th'Xluh sin iiuarters, tfldltemseu street portsmim'js (Soortjj. Ustsmleil s'aMtt The Christy Saddle When you order your bicycle insbt that it comes fitted with a Christy Sad dle No maker or dealer will lose a sale on account of your preference. Tho Christy Saddle has been in dorsed by 5,000 physicians. J bend for Bicycle Sundry CaUlogue 1 A. 6. Spalding & Bros., Spaldlng-Bldwell Co., 1SB-I30 Nussnil St. 1 XO-33 W. 4Zil 81. TOE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FKS j 1 la duo not only to tlio originality and ' ' 1? simplicity of tho combination, but also ) jiVl H to tho enro nnd skill with which It U ifciflii ?1 manufactured by sclontlllc processes jih' II known to tho California Fio 8vrtup "W 1 fB Co. only, ond wo wish to Impress upon -44- m all tho importance- of purchaslnpr tho Jf-i si true, and original remedy. As tho jr -39 genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured ' M by tho California Fio Svrup Cs! 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J ffl fl And all flrst class dealers. ', 8-m Clever Work In Hanks Cup Series nt Nsw ijffiflW lork University. iflsf. ilfi Tlio all-round athletic contests for tho Bank H j JJ i cups at JiewYork University wero continued Hislit j esterdny afternoon The eventu decided were) i M S 8 tho polo vault nnd 440-yard run. The per- fUlls formnnceswuToof a high ordor, nnd one record j jyWj (oil. vvlillo anothe-r bnrely oucnped. In the nol SaB vault, Samuel Jones. UK)'.', clenrod tho bar at 9 , j ffiwill feet 0 inches, theroby bettering his own and J U? (I ill tho college record of II feet 5 liichen. which ho 9jmK made In thu first round of the contest. WIU !iiffi& Hum Young. 11)01, secured second plsce. Th .Ml remaining contestants Hilled to qualify. Ulch- WS mond lteeso. 11MI1, ran tho ijiinrter mile In 57X IwliiV seconds, nnd hnd ho coveted his llrst lap In o IIkkWU little bit luter tltno liu would probably havo ' !1&1 broken tho collegi' roconl of f7 U-Tt seconds. SSS1! held b I. ', Ilornnniin, 'Hej riamuel Jones fi?ylli continued hit excellent work byi'overlng tho ySijSal iltturtiT in rH4-.reii,iiiids and taking second fltBralo iiluc.- Mnnlo) Mnllmoii. IIhk). un.l nlegfrled MrileV( Hirioti Huh), ran n dead heat foi third pluco la gjBlf 'riii'J-fi seconds Jones Is now 144 points aUSsfi The trick annotation Is considering tha IfertKai projoi t of entering n relny team in thn rncesnt '?&:'?(? the Twnllth IteglnnMit games Tli-t glinnnvtlo iIrbIBi iiiniingi ini'iii him ilei died to institute, n now PSwairitl foiitiuo In Ihoathli 'teand gunnnstle events of IsHtHvi, tho e'ir. ti be knovvii r.s iloniutibtrntiou day. il?iff It will bo i-eli'lirnted .March .'ii. when thero will JlEii'JJl be special exlilliltlons asvvell ns tho llnnl round jf Hlijl In tho Hanks serlo-. 'i! 5!5 Trnu Shooting. ji3!U A freshening northerly brcern swept across tho c )n J9 trap at Hie Dexter Park grounds, Ilroiulrn.yrater- anifl day at tho trap .hooting t. iirunmeut nt the Erie JBwwtwl Hod atid iltin i lub of liroiikl) n huniuuiv BKK5 ''H First I'vent-i lubiouii etiti n at seven live birds ,af ?J V (lenrge Fin hs (.Ism 11 .'7 vards 7, I- Mliruhr, 13 5 ; .M Cats AA. SH lds. n Churlls 1) lib ffseu. Clsss A A. it t 'JM 'Hjaids tl Johu-llLeuislill, I lao A V. 3H yards. l sa '. ' H W. II Uub-rls. ( la.a I. .lit )ards, ;., IMmard H. 3' n Plate, Clsss 11, -y, ar.ls ' Fre Icrick Oraef, class A, 3J m jsjard', r. w j imdulph class II, S7 yards, 6i Xih T. John Plate, c l.i-B VA. .'m ) ards, i Dohrmanu, iu It Cla e v, iH yarls, 3, I) lynch, ("ass H. 'J7 yards. 5 ) i w. .v. Charles Plate. Class V4, Jn j anls, a It Jlseder, JS IsliS C ass (J. i y.r.U 1 t it T. hacotid Kvetit Fslra m raich sweepstakes race, j a three live 1 Inls. 2H i ards n I Plate. ,1. Orvef, 3 'Jfl'Jl Dettlefseii .1 Imhrniaiiu 1) lolin Plate. I, B Pla'e, r IK 11 Ss Kobrts, I Km In I, i.ml Ipli, 1 Murphy, It ' iji:'ll Ineh 1 hflilieinani , 1 ( ? iSb-'ill Hhoot Dl Sllss and Oiil i' I'lsl. o. Orsef.O; Dett- t'lfisM lefseii. Oi Dohrmanu I II Plate, 1; J. Plate. 1, Rob- il'tt'M ens. u. Fnct.s 0 Rudolph i Murphy O, fickle- P I ft 11 inaun O, I.yurh, 1 -i llr' Jm - - " ' : tj BICYCLE GAS LAMPS $1.25 UPl Ml We have nexrli etty Has Uvmp made Miller, 'i h't Sesri hi kin. .'otb I enturr Malest.r. Automatic, 3. IM Fie. Ir. Molar ti AT HI'UIAL I'lW KM Uartroril i if. Ilr.e Al.u-inu othui-, 71r.,a!liiew llrown. Cut- ll M ting )l.sitn:i r es dies 4i.ain1ip 19 fr-ll H11AI I. PIIOFII Ol ICh htl.F.s Hi MOTTO. J ti It WILLIS !' BICYCLE CO., Vl&S,0,!'.. l llAhlHM.I, I NIMIH.VIh AMI wri'l'LIKH. 5? e!ij I.owt ptl.es llnihoet liradis Himplis and if fi1 Catalngiie f ,82 WILLIAA1 WOOD, 27 W. I25lb St.. N. Y. ffl s . t x "a Orosoont IVEo-torictl Mi Mm, tmioiimaaiisasam TJie lirst essential ol a perfect bicycle is the iti " Pill IrPrilTm bJt ,m,ril1 A giHid louV-iniT wheel can be o ill I Is B I Lr ilf I flk rroJucetl wilh inferior stock, but safely and ) ills' I: I " l.lli - B I B HI H service demand the f.r.cil steel ( the highest iPIti i :: uliLyULBlB test f m '' Minimi b-m AW VVe can only y that CRESCENTS fmbody ; J flj i.l VBICYCLES.aV ,l,e bfSt "menal ilwe is nothtiiK be.ter J liiva JKf than the best, so there Is no stancher wheel fi tj sBssjfl ,hln CRLsCENT 'Hi sm CaUlogue containing ' The Care of the Wheel," free. ' J J frj i ;; Adults' Chain Model,, $35. WE8TERN WHEEL VVORKS,'' Ijii'i - Devel Oear Chainlets Mfldeli, $60, on wauhfji bt., nkw yobk. 'p . . if i'Mi ff j