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Jj 8 " THE SUN, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 189P.
H IN THE BASEBALL WORLD. HH BANLOX'S nnOOKT.TSS WIN ANOTHER BH B4-7. FROM THE QUAKERS. H Iladtlmorea Corer thn Now Ynrks with i HM Coat of TThltevrnth-Bottona Tnkn Their H Fourth Htralsht damn from Washington RfVI St. Louli neat Chleacn Notai and Onsslp US! Tn "rooklrns defeated the riillndelphlas HujBj yeiterdar and broke oven on the aeries, which HjjK U considered good work In view o( tho crippled HB3 condition of Hanlon's team and the fast ealt HB shown by the (Junkers so early In the season. VBj The fact that the Hrooklinshavo won halt of BV sight games played with tho Uostons and Hffi Philadelphia should be n source of VIM encouragement to local enthusiasts To- BlfyLi'J day Uanlon's men mtum to Washing- KJBij ton Park for a beries of four games H with the Baltlmores and somn hoi sport Is IH looked for. Thsru Is lntomo rivalry bctweon IHj thss teams and the games will be for blood. H The Baltlmores Inoldentally playod beautiful iH ball yesterday and shut the New Vorks out. j MoQraw's men are in fourth place, but tho K Brooklynsraytheywlll make thorn takentum- H ble. The Bostons captured their fourth con- H secutivo game from the weak Washington team Bj and moved Into soml place Kt Iiuls H whipped Chicago in a close contest, and main- HU talnod the lead with a clean record. Wet Iflfln grounds prevented the Louisville-l'lttsburg lft game. The results: Hj Baltimore, i New York, o. WKt Brooklrn, 10; Philadelphia, S. IEj Bolton, 10; Washington, 1. HH SU T.ouli. .1, Chicago, 2. IHl At Louisville Wet grounda. HK the nucono. DH I Ptr aHH Clubt. Won. .nit. lent final Won. Loll. Cent. KBw ft I.nuit a o J oon Cincinnati 4 4 boo Ad lioaton 1 3 ,7fo loulavlllo. 4 4 r,on WKSmnnW, Phlladelp'a. S 1 .6l7iNew lork a 6 ,B7n KyB) Baltimore ft S .2o I'lttahurg I r. .107 KiH Chicago ,fl 4 .itoOiL'lev eland . t S .HIT IHp Brooklrn .4 4 .60oWasulngton t 8 .111 H nLTlMOBE. (1; NKW lOHK. 0 IHj Hany Von di-r Horst sat on the henoli with IHi the Baltimore playerH at the l'olo Grounds voh- R terday afternoon and was dolighted with their B brilliant playing. McGinnlty occupied tho box H. for the Orioles, and with his change of pace, B perfect control and splendid hoadivork ho hnil iH tho New Yorkers up a tree tu such mi Ttent B that thy woro ilennly shut out Mcekln B made his first bow of the season ns New York s 1 plt;hcr and, barring some wildneas, ho did ) well. Ho niu by no moans In his real form and H toward tho cloo he was forced to let up 1 In speed because) of a chilly wind that swept fl over the field after tho sun had gone down bc- U hind Deadhead Hill. Mockin's support was n discouraging Wilson's throning was weak, n and the Baltlmores. taking .idvnntago of it. n proceeded to steal bases without fear of being S nipped. Acting Captain (Reason was about B the only member of the New ork team who J1 ehoweii any life Magoon played a superb 9 game nt short Held for Baltimore In the ninth Inning, with Uloasnn on second and Hi Wilson on first, hn caught a liner buck of second from Tom O'llrlen s tint ami a quick 8 triple plat whs complotrd. 1 lie only other H chanco tho New orks had to scorn was In the sixth tuning, when (irndy was told to go HI to the plate from second on Gli'ii-on's two- H bagger and was put out with yards to spare. ( Holmes led his team nt tho lnt with three hits. oneof which wasa tour-bagger oer the right H field ropos The umpiring utlKith (InlTnpv nnd m Andrews was helon the standard, and there K was considerable kicking b both teams, but the protests were not so vigorous ns those of last wook Although tho iliiv was of the sort H that draws out thecrankx, not more than l.oOO j persons saw the game '1 lie score nALTiunnr. I vn vosk. R n H pn. a r. r H. ro a. e. Wt Mcfirtw, nb 2 (i 1 2 l'V'lAltrcn.if O lion W lloltnre, lr 2 a 2 1 n (Irailj lb o ll 7 o o HHjl Brodl' cf Oil) o illcnon, 2b o 2 H .1 o Kj Bhrrkanl.rM I t o o Wll.on.i 0 15 12 W JOBricn,2to n 1 4 o T trillion. If o o l u o s Ijkrhsiiro.lbl 11.' ii n llrliiiiiii .lli.o i) I o o 3 Mauoou ns .0 l 1 n ii F Her, rf o n 2 1 o Robinsull, c 0 I ,1 1 II IDavlH.ua ll 1 2 .'. 2 BKj McOinnlt) .lo I o i (iMtekln.p. ,o 1 o ) o HKI lntvl 1 U .'7 17 l Total-.. .0 '127 10 4 BbM) Biltlmnrp 1 n o n n l I 1 2-n W Mewtork i) 0 o o 0 i) 0 o n 0 BBS Two baae htta--'iIas;onn Oleaaon Homo run i Holmaa Ptolen tianes Mrflraw, Hnlmpaijl, Brnttle, jl Bhefkard (4), I O'llrlen. Flint base on crriira tlaltl HHh more. 2, Sew York, I. Firat haae mi ImlN (Iff M HH Olnnitj. 1. off Mffktn, n. Struck n it-Ili MiiUn- nllr. 1; ny Merkln. :i lilt b pitcher -11) Meckin .'. HHe Left on baaf -llaltltu'TP. In Srwiork, r. Iinubln H plasa J. Davli Olcaon and ftrady 2; Fatirand fi Vllnn. Triple pla Macoon, t. o'llrlen an.1 Ijl- HW chance, l'aaaed liall Wllvm Wild pitch Meektn. i Tlma I hour and f.n nilntlt(-. Unniliea (latTno nH and Andrews, ttendamo 1.600 IH) BROOKLYN, 10: I'lIII APr.I I'HIA.H bBI rnii.iDFi.riin. April 24 Despite tho com- B par.itlve cleanliness of the error column, the M concluding game between tint i'hllnitclphias and the llrooklwis was an nltngethur uusntlR- H factory affair It win one of thoso games in which the pitcher displnvA his power (or good n or III. and In this particular inhtance I'lutt c-c- ercjsed his fuiutiou to the detriment of his side partners, the Philadelphia. Ilowasvvo- j fully wild, sending tho first three men to Ml first on balls. This had a ilemoinlirinB effect MB upon th locals, but nt tint thu would hive BHBj escaped cheapl) bail not Cross muffed I.ajolo s H throw and thereby missed the chance tocom- H rletn n double play Plait gave nnotlier H base on balls In the second, started the HI third with another Tlicu he was sent to the stable nnd Ilernhnrd was put In the box Under the conditions the latter did falrlvwell. n The Brooklvns hit him with homo freedom In H the filth and nlxth innings, but with these ex- H ceptionsthev could not eontiect to advantage R with his deliver-. Mclnmcs was lilt hard, and H was flnallj knocked nut of the box Inthnelghth JMI Inning, but the I'hlludelphlns were seemingly m unnble to make their hitting count '1 ho true n Inwardness of their dofent Is eloiuentl but HPBu briefly told In this extract fiom the minimal y R "Left on baes Brooklni.7; l'liiliidelntila.l.'i " W Opportunity after opportunity was offered to JMH win out. but invariably the desired b.iso hit f was never forthcoming. 0 Outside the miserable work of the pitchers I the game wnsn splendid contest 'I ho fielding J was notably sharp nnd clean, and the hitting MHH was of the kind which mnkes the fielders J hustle. Attendance, -1,441. Thescoro IBHh snoom tn. i rillLADFLrilH. H ii. ii 10 a r I ii ii id a e ) Kelley, If. - 2 2 o o Owley. cf o 1 J o 0 HR Keelr. rf 3 4 2 0 o Thomas, lb 2 1 8 o o ) Dahlen. ta , 2 2 0 2 1 Iielelianti.lfo 4 4 1 n ) UcOann, lb 1 o ll 0 o I.djolo, Jb o l a to ) Andtmnn.ifl l 4 0 oHirk, rf 2 I o n Baljr. -!b 0 1 .'. .1 0 tail l.'r. .lb 14421 I Catai1,.1b. O 1 1 o n Ilnildaaa, i 1 2 'I 4 o f Smith, c. 0 ii it l o Croa 1 J 2 H l Jl McJaiuea, p . 1 0 1 2 0 Piatt, p. o n o 2 n H Dnnn, p o 0 n 0 o Bombard, p 0 o u o o HB "Clilles. 1 ii 0 o o ToUll . 10 11 27 8 1 HBJ i Total 8 17 27 20 2 HK Batted for Bernhard in ninth H Brookljn ..2 2 I o a 2 0 o o-io t Philadelphia 1 o I o o o 4 1 1 8 j First baaeon erroia Brookljn 1 Philadelphia, I Left on baaea Brookljn. 7, Philadelphia, in Hrst j baae on balla-oft Plait r, tr lleinhnrd. I. off Mi- t Jame. 4, mi-u k out- 11 I latt. 1 , bj Il.Tiilianl. 2. f (Jl by McJamce. a Two baae lilts C'axidj Ijindrr in) Stolen baaea Dahlen, UcUann, nderaon, Dnuulacs, Hi MB Croaa. Ponble play Pelehant, Doinrlvaa and IK Pi I.auder. lilt br pitcher B I'ernliard 1 bj Mc Si Ir Jami'a, 1: by Dunn. 1. Wild jutt his Mctamea, 1. Wvm'i fH Bernhard, 1 Passed balla Smith, 1. Douglas, l. iCifTi llmplrea Emalle and McDmald. Time J hours JKjjjjj and 40 minutes. HBJIIJfl riOSTON, 10, WASHINGTON, 1 aWftilMn WAaatinioN, April 24 -The neldlnc of Long and HflsvaW the aucccaslvn hitting of tlie champlmin In tht sixth , nun ware tho features or the fourth consecutive irtor Hh3S f Boston ever the locals to day The same was HttftvEl called af ci tbe8enat3ra had takin thcii ituhtli turn Et?ftftfJ at the bat rhe ai ore: Kljiiji WASHlMllOS BOhlON, Vl4 R. H ro. a. k. k 11 ro. a r wltM Blagle, rj 0 o J o o Hamilton cf n ji 2 1 11 avrSR'n Caaey.ab o 11 J 11 1 Teiinej lh.l 1 10 11 Wf&lillh Davis, lb o 2 n I I loin;, s 111". 11 IfTf ,1 IInlen.au 11 I o ,l 1 Imirj.lf 1 1 4 i 11 4", il OBrlen.lf o 11 1 11 odlliin 'lb 1 o 1 4 n K7 'Bl Freeman, rf 1 1 4 11 lSiahl.rt 1 1 I 11 11 Bit' vr- Fsrrell.c o 1 11 1 11 l.oe .'b I 1 4 J o Wt'li !fc1 Djnkle.p .0111 lllarke r 2 .' I o 0 H If- Fadden, ib .0 11 2 .1 11 Klobeilau.,i2 1 o . o iMi W; Totals.. .1 (121 1 Totala 10 11 J 14 14 1 Is al Waahlngton 0 11 n 11 11 11 I o- 1 laSl X Boston n s. o 1 o r. 1 -10 l&fi' Jt llrst base 011 1 rroiaVVashitmtoii, 2, BoHton, 4 l&.lt' K Lettonbasea VVastiint iu, n, Huston, ti Itistbasn gv; S en balls-On liunkle -. nS hlobrdaii', 2 Htnick fctVp out B Dunkle I t hlobedanr, I Home runs ?JH'wi Freeman, Klolieilaiu T line base hit Mahl Two im-liT ba,e hits rarrcll. iAiug D1UI3, Hvcrttlce hit IjlHts Clarke, fl ohut basis liana Hamilton Tennej .rfllU ImnbUpla) lliilcn, raddni and Imvls. I nipliea ljRi(rj Hunt and Connnllj. Umi .' hniir" Ejjlj ai intis, n, imrviii, V )ESQI?r 8r. Louis April '.'4 -Notwithstanding tho Hunt '$ I W, enlugweaihir a uood weekdaj . rend witnessed the Rj-rj borne team deieat the ('tibais to da in a well avist? contested name I he ilnubli 1 lay br McUiau. T4 s Cbllda and li beau was an isiccall tluo iifece of Wja jj rapid work, whlleilni n s tioni inn for the visitor, Srft seenr'd by a lung driTo tnllclit riill, laiik'ht the Um a crowd. The store Rf, X iT. iritis niCAUO IXiXi w 11 n ro a r 11 11 hi 1 1 tfil W Bnrkett. If. 1 1 3 11 11 Its an. If 11 o 1 1 n ? B Cbllda. -b 0 11 1 I o l.reen, rf I J 1 0 11 St i i McKean, ss 1 u 1 4 o VSolv rt n,.1bi 0141 WlKiVa Viallace, lb 0 J I 4 n Lauge, if 01000 'IS ll' Steurel.rf 10 10 11 I erltt. lb 11 I 12 11 o (fjjl 11 Tebeju lb O 1 14 11 0 Deinnul, ss I 11 4 .' o ii1 Connor, CO I 4 2 0 MiT rm k,210 2040 fit Blake, cf o 11 o o nliomhue.r 11 o 1 10 K ii Young, p o 11 1) . 11 Phle, p 11 o 1 n n Bl a Totals a 7 27 is 11 Totals 2 i'.-.' 1 is I HI' 4 mtenril hit by balled hall. Hii. fit U'Ul 2 o o 1 o il o n - 3 BM 1 Cblca.-o 11 11 o I 11 11 1 11 0 HBi (4 Homo run Orel 11 Two base hits I'urlett, val fl 11 lace. Ijinuu bacrlnce hits t hilils, 2 lirst base mi ooballs-Off iiiing 1. oft i'h)le ,1 lioublo playa Si t McKean, C'ntlds and Tehaau, itrl'ormuk Pemont fl 11 and Evrrltt rttruck. out-lly Youne. .' 8toleu Vim Waaa-BMntsl, lllake. Ult by pitched ball-Steuiel. Kfli la i c-v IJmplraaSwartwood and Warner. Tim 1 hoar and 48 minutes. Attendance 2,000. Other Games. AT KIWASa. n. it r. Newark ... 30002 6 OS o 18 12 2 Toronto ooootisR 10 ir, n Datlerlea Herndnn, Cogswell, Johnstone and Itoacht Bildhutrand Bemls. at nAEiroan. s. n . Hartford , O. 1022000 -7 HO VtilllmauMc o 0 0 ii o o o u 0-0 0 4 Batteriea Knell, Faper and Urquhart; Ualay and Nichols At Villa Nora-Villa Nova, 2, Unlrarslty of Ver mont, 11 At Woiccater Worcester, 20, Lowell, ft. Ilniebnll domes Tn-I)ay. matioiai irincr An AMrBiCAS AasnciATlov New York nt Washington, llattimoro at Bro.klyn, Boston at Philadelphia, ('lerelaiid at Cincinnati, Chicago at fit Lotus l'lttabtitg at Loulavllle. (mini OAMts. University of Virginia va. Unhersltr of Maryland, atcharlotteaillle. New Vork University, 1 not. vs. Brooklyn Boys' 11 lull School, at Ohio Held. IIAXLOX MAKES .1 ?. nrnokljn (ieta Cnsey nnd 1'nrrell from the Wnslilngtim Ten 111. The Brooklyn Club has completed a deal whereby Third Baseman Casey nnd Catcher Charley Fnrrell have been secured from tho Washington Club in exchange for Pitcher Mc F.irlan, Third Baseman Cassldy, Catcher Hoy don nnd n $2,r00 bonus Cnsoy nnd Fnrrell have boen ordered to roport to Manogor Han lou at Washington Park to-day. and w 111 proba bably play on tho Brooklyn team this after noon. Casey, who Is the smullost player In the National League, went to Washington last sonson from Toronto, nnd nt once attracted tho attention of baseball critics. Ho w as originally a catcher, but his ability to play tho Infield was dlscoveied by Arthur Irwin, who put him on third base Though short in stature. Coney Is solidly built and is one of tho fastest runners in the profession. He Is a player of the Mc Uraw stripe and can hit the ball Charley Far rell Is well known to New York orntiks He caught Husle and Meekiu in 1H1M. when the New Yorks won the Temple Cup He Is an excellent 1 atchcr to handle nnd steady pitchers and will strengthen tho Brooklyns in batting. Orlm nnd Hniith will both bo retained Jen nings will not bo able to resume playing for at least n month so that Dahlen will plsy short stop niul Casey will take cure of third. In speaking of th deal. II It Von der Horst said to Tiif Hun mini lost night "Cnssldy proved a failure both in fielding nnd In other departments, and 11s Jennings was ordered by his physician to tako a rest of four weeks, the llrooklvn Club was forced to make this move Wo could have gone right Into tho Baltimore team and picked out the mon wo wanted, but that would not have boen good policy We want to have the Baltlmores strengthened, not weakened Hnnlon selected Casey ns tho most available third baseman in tho maiket, and also corralled Far roll, but we had to pay dearly for thorn. The Brooklyn Club, however, will spare no expense to provide n winner for the public, and In getting ( nsey and 1 arrcll we belinvo that we have Increased tho strength of the Superba- Jennings Is not seriously hurt. His arm is not strong but it is well enough for him to keep on plavlng. As he will be needed later, however, Hanlon believes it Is well to let him wait until hot weathor sets in. I saw all of tho Brooklvn-Philadelphla games and I want to say that with a good man In Jennings's place wo would have made a clean sweep Casey will plaj third bnseto-morrow und rarrcll may also go behind the bat." llmaebRll Notes. J 7 St Not that we know of. 1o day's game at Washington Park will begin at 4 o'clock. Barney. Divide the gsmea won by the total num ber of games won and lost. Rr Louitf, April J4 (atcher Immer baa been transferred to the Cleveland Club ttin Mutne at on the New York players bench vesterda) with Manager John B Dar. The Morris A (' wish- to hear frnm teams aver aging 14 or 11 ears Address II. llrtan, ,1ii7t) park avenue. The New iorka left for Washington last night with little prospect of liming the eervlcea of Doyle, George Davis and Warner in tho coming aeries Tho Itaj A C. will schedule games with teams of plaers averaging in ears. out of town teams pre firred. Address William Sihutt, manager, 1137 Park avmuc, Uoboken. N. U The rrnw baseball team would like to arrange a game for April 2 1 with a good team having grounda near New orkcltv Address William F.Bergen, 821 West tort) -third street Tho Prmpic-t F. C. would like to hear from first class out of town teams, for Saturday games, offer ing a suitable guarantee. Address J. Lanar, C8 (Irattun ftrtet, Brooklj 11 Hie Kings County Athletics have st cured Sunday grounda and would Hit to hear from nrst class 1 1 utis AjMrfas William H. Paascli. manager, d71 Dt haihavenu. Drouklvn. 'I he vnluntect A. A. of Harlem Is open to book gsitiHs, series preferable, with outof town teams offi ring suitable inducements. A.ddreas Charles R. Lang, 13S West 1 12th street. Will i. Wanaineck formerly of the avier Deaf Mutes, kindly send tils address to Herman 14 I ustlg manager of the semi profr ssional Renators Baseball Llub mil East Rovcnteeiith street? fl I T The attendance at last haturda) 'a game at the Polo flnmnds waa not 7 000, as reported in some liaprts The Rt s estimated the attendance at 3,500. The paid attendance was a little more than S.20U. The Hals of the Catholic Protector will play uni formed trams, ateraelng 15 or lit years old, on hat urd 11 s or Hundavs Address manager of the Ray Baseball Club, Catholic Protectory, Wist Chester, .N. Tin F.inpires of F-vst VewVirk still have a few open dati s whiih thej would like to nil with first I lass teams (Ismes merj haturday, Sunday and holldav Address Henrj dam 117i Hale street, Bronkli n The Hai Itldge A r. would like tv arrange games with out of town clubs offering a suitable guarantee for Bturdae Hiindvjsand holldnjn Ad dress B I. Harver, manager, Slitleth street and Third avenu. Brooklj. n The Hlikoo ItTehall Club of Harlem wo ild Ilka to bear from ilutis with plajers a erasing fifteen to seenteen vears In New ork city onli tddrees tames A McVlwce, 287 West 147th street, lare of Mrs Ilrice The Itesolt to r C 1 arranging Its schedule, and would be pleased to hiar from first lass semi pro fessional teams offt-rinu a suitable uuaranteo Ad dress I: red .1. Cuthbcrtsnn, manager, 707 Amster il 1111 avenue. 1hi Staten Island Baseball Cluh has secured grounds at Midland Beach and will play there on Katurdai s an 1 holidays. For terms and dates appl) tn William 1. laterbrook, mansgir, lompkiuaville, staten Island Tin Niagara Baseball ( lull would like to hear from all itnifnrmed teauiH h( racing frmi Into 20 vears. i ut of town ti Rins 1 Hiring a sultatdu giiarmtee pre firnd. Addr William V. Drisioll, 20 Henry street, lerset Cit) The Y 51. C L. Baseball 1 bib of I llrabetn would like to arrange games fir Sunda)s or holidays with tustilihs teimi ottering a suitable guarantee Ad dress Jnseph F lewis, aicritari, 1V Llarkpla e. Fllrttiethp.it, N I The Terse) ( uluns have a fen Siturdats and Sun duvalii tunc, luh and uiciiHt open, and wuuld like I I hi ar from all teams ottfirnic reasonable induco III nts. Address H II rim h, manager. Hi State street Passaic V J Th Westihiatu 1 11 Id Club would like to book Samihwllh teams acrair'ug h nrlM vears for 4un sys and hi luUis LMmct. to be 1 la) ed on the West cln stei criuuds iddrea Joseph Srarrctt, tnana ui r. West I lin-trr, N The VU C lb giale team has Decoration Day and a few other ditea open tin tint lass teams in New "iirk, New Jersev. tvnnj hauls and t'onnectlciit oft" ring gnol Indui intents Address II R Mejrrs, r.7' Lafayette avntuie, Uronklju. Owing to a inisunilerstandlng the Drooklvn Field ( luti bus Mat aii'ipm for tso irimts. also tune .1. 17. J4 lull l.M 1", Aug land 12 for anv strong out of tiiwneltits otUriuga suitable guarihtio. Ad dress 1 (' nitinitt.uianagor, ir.2 Richardson atrtet, Bruokbn Tin Sjcamore Baseball Cluli would like to arrange games fi r -atun1av a, Sundaj sand holida) a with unl tnriiud clubs whoe pla) era average 15 and Id veura out of town ilulu offning a suitable iruaran ti e preferred Addreas E A. henealy, n 11a) mond street, Brooklj 11. The Vorman Baseball Club would like to arrange games with uniformed teams, averaflng 20 vers, for Sundais and holidays Tho open dates arc April 21 .11) Mai 14 Jland'10, A H and p M. Aldre-s H F hulljohann, b 11 1, F.vergreou Post office, Long Island, The Oak V, C would like to hear from the Pacific A (' , Fnglewood F. C (larnertllle. Charlds , Cos 11 It. C , llnonton It B i) nton 11 B C of Dover and otbir llrst ilssaout of town ilubs ottering a reason able guaraiitei . dlrets John Rttnhatt, manager. 141 Noll street, Bnioklv 11 TheHidnev Ilisbill 1 luh of Brookljn champions of the l'rosj ect Park League for the past four vears, would like m hear friiu all first class teams wishlug to plav saturdat or Sun laj Lames. V suitable guarante. i required Address Eugene (tray, 2511 seventeenth atieet, lirnokUn IbeDeweyA C semi professional, would like to hear from the r marjlde Fnrdhain Reserves. Hua tei s ( hiuese Club, suburbana and New Jeraej A C. on Hundavs or anj other club offering a suitable giarnntei vddriss Tlmotb) P C nuell, captain. Mills II it. I lit Rlvlnzton street W.N. Frair -With the bases filled, Casld hit tn Seioud Ilascmau O lirien Tlie Uttei threw tn M igooti nt second, who doubled up Cissldy at first smith, who was luwriug first base for Baltimure. then threw to tin plan, catching Dal) and com oh ling a triple play This uccurred in the Brook 1) u Baltimore game played at Augusta on April a, lUliTinmi, April 24 The Trinity College baseball schedule rorrnted to date la as follows April 2H, Ppnugfleld at Hpiincfleld 2U. Hartford Theological Htniinar) at Hartford, May it. West Point, at Weat 1'iliit lo, mherst Agrtciilturat College, at Amherst, 11, lufts College, is. I nlverslti of Maine, m VIois Ha. miss College, and 20, aln LawHrhool, uli at Hartford -4 Amherst at Amherst 28, eyramie I iiivi rellv at Syracuse i,, llaratltun at Utlra, June 11 I'liiven-lti of crninnt, at Hartford the ailitdiile la atlll subject to change, as some of tho games may be cancelled. llasehnll, Washington Park, 4 P. 31. To-Day. Brooklyn vs. Baltimore.. Adm.,60o.&a42So. Aio. nOtTLINO. The highest aeon of the seaaon In Tag Beit indi vidual champlonihlp tournament waa rolled by Fries In th first game against roeg last night, eight strikes and two apares netting 205. The Brooklyn bowler followed up tbia total with ecoro of 220, but In the neat two games rollid low scores. lorgo won the deciding contest by two pins. The post poned scries between rilngen, Howell and Linden will be played on May 10. Last night's scores follow! riMT aiBtis nasT dami. X. X. B. aeon I .v. X. tl. Scorn. Ollngen 4 a lSUIFoege a 6 2 170 Missed spares Clingen, ll Foege, 2. SECOND IIAME. Clingen 2 7 1 1R0 Foege 4 4 2 181 CMiaaed sparaa Clingen. 1, Foege, 1. Tinnn OAvtr. Clingen 4 0 0 li(l Foege 4 4 2 182 rointn oviif. Clingen 8 .1 4 141) I Foege .. .ft 5 2 1R0 Missed aparea Cllngi 11, 2, Foege, 1. Average per game Clingen, 171 Foege, 17HM. Umpire L. ltosenfeld. Soorot William Linden sri oho spniEs niuiT oahe. A'. X. 1). Sfort. I ., .V. n Score. Fries .'15 2 17H I Cllueen. .3 4 8 101 Missed spares Fries, 1 Clingen, 1. airoMnuMF. Fries 8 ll J IHllCllngtn. .17 0 1R9 TiunnnAMi. Fries 2 7 1 177 1 Clingen. ,2 8 3 187 Mined aparea-Cllngcn, 2. rot nrn oAvr. Fries 8 fl 1 1H2 1 Clingen. .4 9 1 IPO Misssda pare Clingen. Average per gvmo Fries. lM.'it llngen. 17(1M. Umpire V. B. Whites Scorer- William Linden, THIRt) SFRIES rlllST HAKE. .V. A. H Store I X. S. B.Seore. Foege, 4 5 1 108 Fries 8 2 O 2rt5 Mlsiad spare Foege. aicosn iiAvtx, Foege 2 7 1 lH3Fries S 4 0 129 Tinnn DAMP. Foege n 2 2 223l'rie o 6 B 136 lOLnru hams. Foege 3 4 3 lOSIFrie 2 3 fi 14 Mlssad spares Foege, 2, Fries, 1. niTii iiAr. Toege 4 11 174 I Fries 2 8 2 172 Mlsaed spare Foege, Average per game locge, 1HH 16 iries, lMii 4 5. t inplre-W. B. White. Scorer -William Linden. Fire of tho players taking part in the Morning Nowapaper League individual tournament com pleted their sihediile at the flermaula Aasembly Rooms alle s yesterday afternoon. The scores First Series First game Boyle 1HJ: flllleaplo, lux. Second game Bo)le, 17H. (llllesplo. 14. Ri com! Heries nrat game Perkins ifiit, ntllesple, 1H7. Second garni -Perkins. 155 Ollleaple, 113, Third game Perkins. 1.17. Illlliaple, 1H8. Third Herles First gsme- Perkins, 212. Boyle, 187, Hecondgtme Perkins, mi, Bo)Ie, 157, Fourth Rrrtcs First game Strawlnaki, inn, latea, 14l. Reiond game Strswlnskl, IBS, Yates, 112 Fifth Series-First game ales. 182 ltlley 186. Second game atca. 157, Rile), lfln. Third game Yates. 146. Rtlev, 154 Sixth Herles-Flrat game fitrawlnskl. 188 Riley, 14?. Second game Strawlnskl, inu, Riley, 160 The Oolden Bod team won four games last night and tied the Orientals for first place in the Arcade tournament. The acoiea: rinsT GAME. Corinthian-R. Walter. 17. Warner. 182; Nlles, 1M1 lotal. 4im. (lolden llod-Dormagen, 181; Schroeder, 212; Starr, 20s. Total, 61. SECOND OAMf, Corinthlan-R. Walter, 133, Warner, 189, Nllea. 1115 Total 4H7 Oolden Bod Dormagcn, ins, Rchroeder, 170, Starr, IKK. lotal, 06H. Tinnn OAMF. Corlnthlan-R. Walter, 214, Warner, 198. Kilos, lno. Total shoo (lolden Rod Dormagcn, 185, Schroeder, 202, Starr. .J 1 3. Total. -1100. I'leventh frame Corinthian. 57; Golden Rod, DO. FOL'nTll OAUE Corintnlan S. Walter. 182. Warner, 180. Nlles. 177. lotal, 51W. (lolden Hod Dormagcn, 181; Schroder, IN, Starr, 20H Total, 5S. The New Vork Interslalo league team made a good showing at Follmer aalleya In Brooklyn last night and beat the rjprescnatives of that borough thres straight gamea. 1 he scores HRST OAVIr. Brrvoklyn-Follmer. I112 Ibert, 103. Haas. 118, Hliether, 201 Wolf, .21. Total S85 New York-Sievcrs 11.4, Maier, 176, Cordea, 192, Lehrbach, mi W lcken. 11 ., Total, U23. srCOM) IIAME. Brooklyn lollmer, lnl, Ibert, 208; Haase, 202, Hliether, 1x3, Wolf, 178 foul. H4II Newlork-Sieiors, 22J, Maler, 10'., Cordcs, I6B, Lehrbach, 224, Wllcketis, 17n Total, 7i. Tinnn iiamf. Brooklyn-Follmer. ISO Ibert, 208. Haaae, 147; Hliether, 2U I. Wolf, 1H4. Total. 111).' Now lurk Sleiers Ihs. Mvier, IP I Cordes, 18s, Lehrbach 170, VMkkens, 21 1. Total, P'.o. There was an even break 111 the Vorkvllle League tournament games last uuht. The scores. rinsT IIVVIF. Commcdoie T Dobecki, 1H7 Hearsr, 228 Mer terdt ltll. Hums, 145, W Dnleckl, 1.17 Total H5H. Boulevard-ll ettr. 17.1. I ulkr. 154 Mulford. 187, unves, 143 11 Vettu I HI. lutal, 771. snoMnHMr, Boulevard-(l Velter, ltn luller, 149, Mulford. liu. (Iraves. 1P5 II 1lt1r 1m7. Total. M2). Mercury It' dell. 12s Mooncy.L.I hoelscll, 110, Hteik, 110, Speevts. 147. Intnl. ftns, rniiu, i,mi Commodore T. Debet kt ti!2 Hi arse), 122, Mer gordt, Id',, Bums, us W Hob.ckl, 14U Total, 741. Mercury Bedell, 17 1 Moinei, I 17, Koclsih, 144, Sterk, 1 111, Spcoies. 15.'. lotal, 741, The Arlington National Iiague started in on thf last week of iti touruament at tho rllngton Hall alleslavt night The scores MUST 11 am 1 Pioneer riming ls del hault 111, Olenr, 114, Henn, Hi. Moell.r Jijil. loial.MDI. Welcome- U. not Uli, S. hralit 14.1, Haage, 170, Wenderoth. lo H hulr ins. Total, "o SFI ONII I.AMf, Welcome Beinet, 140. Schmidt. 127. Haige, 110. Wenderoth. 1111. sclnilr, lsl lotal. 7 m Cannon H. hlumpp. 1 Id. Meier, 1 15, (1. hlumpp, inf., McKaj, 140 Total. 540 THInn iiauf. Iioneer-Pienlng. 141; Oehhardt, t21, (llonz. 181; lleur). 163. Moeller. 11 lotal, 770 Cannon 11. hlumpp, 114. Meier, 107,(1. Klumpp, l(U.MiKa), 1 111 lotal. .17H. Last night's n bdioccaan Pnlou League tourna nient games res ilted as follows FIRST IIAML Hoi) Crorts Lyceum -Burke 200, Callahan, 144, nettings, 171 Dillon, us. llalogroie, I m. Total, HUM Ii)ola t'nion No 2 Murphv. 11IJ, McMahon, 149, Barry, 144, Mahoiiej , l.M, Meagher, Ins. Total, 784. srcoMi OAMF Lojolal'iiion No .' Murphj toil. Mi Vahon. 15H, Barr), I64. Malonev 21.', Meagher, 111 Total, 7K1. Harlem (atbnlu Club-Cdrnei , 13u. shieli), lis, Miirnb), 14 1. Mi'Vlanui, 161, Retuaihir, 12 1. Tola), 711 J film OAMF. Holy Cross Lrceum Durke 170 Callahan, 18, netting 111 Dillon, Ids Mnrr.ej.m. Total 7n,i Harlem Catholic Club Carney 114 Rheehy, 1.11, Murphj, 167 Beinaclier, 14s, Wallace, lis. lotal, 76.'. The Lotne l luti five pulled up on even terma with the Pbienix an 1 Central ti amain the Harlem Leaguo tournament lat night. The acnes Fills r IHV1F, lotus W denies, 214 Heath, 168, Rohm, 202, F O'rdes l'.ll, Boemliierinaiin, Ids. Total. H3 I Washington 1 enu .Mu, Boehm tr6 Ochs, 147, Brlggs, 180. D. Hhiuiatl. 215. Total, t'27 SriONII II IMF, Washington J enn, .'04. Sehifi. 154, Boehm, 173 Brlgja Ins I) Mhimsn. liu lotil, 121 Oenll P s hule 221, C fiihulie 121 Monsees, 141 llelnirrs, 172. I.nhrs, 172 Total, MJO lltUD OAMF. Lotus-W Oerdes, till, Heath, 188 Behm, 186, F (lerdea 1H2 Biemmerniann I7tl. Total H72 Oirill P RibuUi 20.1; 1 , hcbulre. Km, Moneeea, 204 Hrlmria, 1211 Luhrs, I80 lutal, 804. Howling C.nnies Tn-Nlglit. Anade Tournament -Boiedale No 1 vs. Ouhaid, at the riade allen Arlington Niitliunl Toumami nt- Tough Riders, F.llson and Straggler, at the Vrlillgt ill Hall allejs. Harlem I eague lournami nt C iloulai, lllsge and West Harlim at Tinnn V Kahlsdort h slims Vorkvilb Liague 'iournameiit- Uilvideie, Village No Jandltojsl at the Mlligv ( lubulle)s North Side Tournamint North New ork No, 2 vs Frsnkllu 11hl clootie, is. hiinkurboiker, at the North Mlde 1'alai e allei a Interatat Leagm- Bnoklynvs. New Vork, at Foil mersalli)s Oleau vs Iluilalo, at iilesn Borough National Touin inient Mistletoe, Urns and Iraierult) at Mohrniauu a lMlai-nalle)s Capllol Touniament-P n hnlght vs Manila, Homestead v s. Adelpbl, at the Capitol allej s, roolnnll, CvvmsiiMir. prll 24 -Tho Harvaril fiotball schedule has been rvvised for next fall, ond standa now aa follows Sept ,10, Williams, at Cambridge; Oct. 4, Bow doln, at Cambridge, OU. 7, Wesli)aii, at Cambridge, Oct 11 Amherst, at Cambridge Oct 14, West Point at West Point Oct 1H, Hates, at Cam bridge (let .'1, Brown, at Cambridge, Oct '.'H ( ar lisle Indians, at Cambridge, No 1 I nlversltvof Pennsjlvanla at Philadelphia, Nov. 11, Dartmouth. atCanibrldge Nov IS, ale, at Cambridge Country I'ropeity To Let or I-or Sale. Surprising results an often realized In departing from well beaten paths Hevr this In mind win 11 placing sour advertising thiaioasoii If jour prop ertiesare rrallj dislrable, among Titr Ri'N's readera ma) bo found a purchaacr by your making known through the adiertielng columns tha localities and the adi kUXmt.-Uiv, NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. anooKLYX roncE Acxirnxs bxporc- 1XO TUB HELL ORDINANCE. Morn Officers Are Needed on the Coney Islnnd I'nths to Stop Heorehlng-Trade Circles I)o Not llellove That the Forum tlnn of n Mnntifncturlng Trust Is Oft. The polio raid on whaelmen without bells continued vestorday and riders were'arrested by the wholesale. The chief part of the work was on tho cycla paths and at the beginning: of them. At dlfTorent times during the day of ficers visited the resting places at the Boule vard cntrancos to Prospect Turk nnd In spected the wheels standing In the racks. Many wore the excuses Invented for the an lertainmcnt of ths "cops" and varied were the BUbterfuges devised to got away without be ing "pinched." Borne waited for an hour and laft their wheels in the rack until the officer went away. A few escaped by agreeing to walk home, and loft the place lending their wheels These were the shrewd ones who knew that the law prohibits riding a bicycle without it boll, nnd that there Is nothing; to prevent a bicycle being led along a street with out a bell. One man, who had his bell at tached to tho saddle post, whore It was out of sight, had consldernblo fun with the pollci1. He rurposoly encountered them nnd allowed himself to bo stopped, assuming an Innocent lookTas he got off and pointed out tho bell As the law docs not prescribe where the ball shall b carried the police could only "look daggers" and say "all right " One bright young man escaped because he happened to have In the pocket of his coat the top of olbell that had been thera since laBt .summer. When asked wnere his bell was ho put on a'sorrowful look, and exhibiting the piece said that It had been broken. Wlillo the police have been so busy search ing the frames of blcvotes for bells, scorching hns broken out again to an alarming extont. This is particularly the case in Brooklyn and was very noticeable on Sunday. In New Vork the scorching brigade has been tttlrl) well subdued. On the otlior side of the bridge, however, a num nor of the nriosts made on Saturday. Sunday nnd jesterduy were for scorching, but the police nro not strong enough In numbers to cihw with It and their ullliieney in this respect wasdecidtdly de erensed by t lie sudden oveizeakum hunt for (.ycler without bells Tho Ust rldorsof New ork seem to have discovered that the) have a chanco In llrooklvn. and tho Coney Island cy cle paths havo once mora booomo dangerous Places With one ofllcer on each live and a half mllo stretch of rath and paving his attention mostly to belli, tho scorchers have found miles of room for tholr operations, with no police At about 5 o'clock at night, when tlie ambitious onesstnrt for home, matters lire at their worst. T his Is the time when tho oast path Is crowded Willi men and women homeward bound. On a dav like Bundav there l hardly sulllclen. room to move along at a moderute pace, but there Is a stead) stream of would-be 'hot sports.' who fl) along ntitlio left o.' the path yell ing "Wentr "Itlghtr "III. there!" and dl--eincerting others'as well as dtscomflttlng and endangering them. It Is at r o'clock that the blko cops" makettheir night shift, and for noout nn hour tho paths are practically un guarded, and a rider run down by a "scorch ing fiend ' would get little chance for any re dress There is one class of scorcher In par ticular for whom a $5 tine, such as proposed by nHtito bill, would bo a trifling punishment. Those who have suffered on Ills acoount ars apt to be converted to a belief In whipping posts 'Hits Is the variety which comes ud ewiftly behind women and children and emits hideous whoops Intentionally to startle, and for the fun of seeing them wabblo and perhaps fall. This kind was well demonstrated yester d,iv afternoon when four mon abreast, going nt al out eighteen miles nn hour, cams up be hind a bunch of .leisurely riders, hooting like Indians and calling out "clear the track ' One loung womin. who Is known as a cool-headed nnd export trick rlrlor, pens so startled that she could notluvoliKcolltalng with another womin, who was alongside No one was hurt, but two spokes were tornltrom the roir wheel of the trlik rider's bicycle and the mudguard was bent. It was the llr&t 'line the young woman ever had n mishap, and'nny dnngorsho could not avoid was voted terrible by all who know her. Negotiations in the formation of the bicycle manufacturing trust, although at a standstill temiiorarlly. are not. at an und. The meaning ot the move made bv It. L Coleman in refus ing to icnew his option for thirty diys, tho sime as the others did. is causing many con jectures What his reasons for doing this were and what his intentions Coleman declines to state Ythsii interviewed vsstordav bv a repiner of Tin-- hi n he anid that there was nothing to pay bevond shot was published In Tin hi v vt sterdav mornliie "1 unlout of It and not In it, that's all." he remarkou "nd will not be back In It,'" queried the re portei "h, I cannot tell ntn thing about that." was the reply "I can tuls about what 1 have done and what I am doing What I may do I do not know. ' ti. Spalding, who hnbeen the represent ative of the capitalists promotlug the scheme for 1 ombinntion, when seen, declined to dig 1 U6s the tuture possibilities nnd thought It btst not to hid ju) tiling for publication. In trade circles it is not believed that the deal is olT. although it is admitted that no trust Is likely to be formed with Colomnn out of It. The opinion eems to prevail that thecheok will be only a teraporan one. necessitating fur ther negotlitlons nnd posslblv some now con cslons, nnd that ths trust will jet be formed Chainli'ss wheelh, neither bovel gear, snur gear nor any other kind offotod for sale tiy ilc.ilcis. have been plentiful 011 the roads tlio l.'st tno das. They were chain wheels minus the chain bciauseof Its having broken Thero seemed to bo an epidemic ot this kind of acci dent overjwhere. according to rerali men. The keeper of onu Hhop aid that he never saw so .nun) broken chains in his life as he saw on huinln). I'ive weie brought to him in ono hour during the nltornoon. In a ride fiom l'mspect Park to the bridge vesterdav threo wheels wlilih were minus the chain were seen being led along by discomfited rldui The reasons foi this trouble ore varl o.s, but tridi'smen hold to the opinion that it it- mostl) tin- chillis on client! wheels which have been noglectel all winter that break In the spring. 1 hei nro rust) and worn and "on reiiUHtitlv weaker than thev wero When taken out on the ro.ul without being cleaned or adjusted tho dust gets In them and tightens them up no that nn extra itraln Is imposed, under which tho part Another e.iuso Is tho erratlo peil tiling of riders who have never U.triicd how o iropiily manipulate tholr leet on n blculo The top stretch of tlie chain Is allowed to slncl.on and Is then tightened sud denly b) 11 violent thrust Then ll snaps. Broken ihalns, bowevei, nta by no meaus the 011H kind of tumble common these dnjs The roadi. have been littered with wrecks of all kinds since the hiiii began to shine wnrmly.nnd most of , the accidents were to old wheels that had not been properly enred for Tires pull ing olT the rims becauso tho bloelo had been stored In a nnrm 100m and the cement dried out . wheels buckling becnun the spokes have not been tightened' pedals dropping oil be cause the nuts have not been made tight be fore starting out. saddles twitting, tires punc turing, grips pulling 01T. nll-thoee accidents linvn been seen friniueutly since the crowds linvo'lifon out, and tliero vyoro few that could not have been avoided had tho rider attended to his machine moperlv l'nrl Kitr. writing to a friend In thlsolty from the I luntiiin I err) track. Louisville, where he and othei "outlaws" arc training, de nies that ho and Coopor weie refused pormls. nIuii to train on the ("hosier l'nrk track in Cin cinnati lleMik " on will notice reports of "ooper nr.d mvu'lf In nn Inteivlew it I hosier Park, whli Ii nro not true. Wo recolved per mission to use the track, but camo a nay be 1'iitihB there were no riders there to train with n are all going Hue Havo boen hero myself nulv 11 week and nm working out with the fast push Have ridden nve miles In 10 minutes 411 seconds Not so bad for a starter, eh' ' Member of tho I.. A, V aro assisting the Touring Department by sending information reu inline tours and routes In their respective loctllties homo ot this matter I" very com prehensive nnd valuable It Is being, syste inntii'illy filed foi future rofeiencoand will bo furnlsbi'd to numbers who desire It for uso in making trlis ta nm place covered h it. The crowd o wheelmen was so great that ho hotel racks wert'liiMifllelent niid'Hustorsof blcvelos wero standing against trees and ppeds s iisunll) liinpeDs under such otr cunibtniu'es. n rider trvlng to extrlcite his own cv lo from oneof thu piles upset tho lot of them mid they went trashing to tho ground, wheio the) lav In n tangled heap until the various owners excltedl) ran up and pickod nut their mounts Ono of tho vvheols In the tangle belonged to a man of north' build and pompous manner. He wore a pointed boird and wasdreshtd nattily. He lifted his crcli clear of the others and high from tlie ground. As he did so tho front wheel swung around ho that the front forks pointed inw ird toward the bottom bracket, while the hindle bars. Instead of curving b ickward with thu grips toward the scat, pointed olT Into space over the reversed front wheel I he stylish man stood tho wheel on thu ground nnd; noticing the brs uttered nu exclamation, at the same, time making a dhe for his tool bng J'videntl) tie thought that the bars hnd been wrenched uiound In thobinnhh up. for he produced a wrench and began to bosen tho bats and turn them as they should be. paying no attentlou to the lu turned front wheel. Severn! men who stood about were cruel enough to watch the proceedings wlthoutvolaa. jjporfumatt'j. (Barft. .Sportuman'jJ tfffirtto pttiiwn 8ft j CRAWFORD "wT aBBHBaaaaaaafjajjajjajajjaajjajaafjaajBaaiajajaB 3a ( Still Hold tho Pnlm for Supreme Excellence In Every Featuro of Tliclr Construction. I 5 CRAWFORDS ARE JUST RIGHT. J I $25 to $75. I fi Write for Catalogue. m 6 FACTORY. Hagorstown, Md. A $ BRANCHES: t? & Now York, Boston. A Chicago, Baltimoro. A THE CRAWFORD MFG-. CO., 71 Reade St., New York. ! BICYCLES. 1 Spalding's Plan makes it easy for you to ride a high grade wheel and not feel yourself paying for it. We are now selling the best bicycle built, the 1899 chain model of the Spalding Bicycle cash; or, $12.50 cash down, and 510.00 per month thereafter. At these terms there is no reason why every one shouldn't ride the Spalding Bicycle. Cheap " Bargain-Counter" wheels are sold for cash onlj it's a risk miidit not last the installment period out I'litovvn Store Open Evenings I'ntll I) o'clock. A. G. SPALDING & BROS. I SPALDING BIDWELL CO. 12(1-1.10 assnu Mreef . I 21), 31, tt.l M . 4Zd Mrret. i Hi HHLftaV flHH wl'eels are perhaps the most ft jH flDBH Hi Brfti H rem irkable product ui the etr. , Z HrB HHLH HJ HB KJ HJ llie htve always been sold at A Bl Hi Hi H HJ HJ Etaw tlie Inchest tup-notch price B 7 mmwwv BHa " J) HJ HJ HJ Bpl I'scdbytliewellestof the "400" TT BHL HHJ x IH HJ Bj Wl Now, bv discardint; a multiplicity of H HJ0 X H Ba JBB ll styles and putting the wliole factory on (Htfll IHlHI ' ' LO HHHr HHl Lnlt olle moe' can l'e so'1' ai small VhV HmwXw 'i I aF mkmm9 pr0iUfor535 It's the bitigest 535 worth a a ( Tin New York. All sizes bold on Week 1 Payments tf desired j I Henry C. Squires & Son, 20 Cortlandt St., So,r ,no,,,.0l,t,,n i : ? $ I T o I.rnilers 1811 I.pnilera nlways, WE SEU, KICV. 01 E. ' Cravv forcli, Woltr-Aiiiprlcuns, T Iliirtics, Mt'nrii Daytons, aiso kdisox I'HosoonArna. S t SS I "d i i yg? P;K viKKK, itr I'ropnrtlonnte Vlonthly I'tiytiipnta. x ItIib EpitaW Geiieral Proviiins Co. ! j J ( i:. !. l. 'o." J 29 n'W.VV (.1(1 III rnliinililn ItldK. . HBSH'WAV I3il (Inoi.TiiuriM'lMt Hlile.), J (Conn r -'.Mh st IlItOOKI.VN-IHT llimtnctix St. Oiifii ei iiliiRacipeiit atunl us (illorwriti. o I llirletn SOIVV IS'.tlist Opi n I'ti rj rv nit u teerlnu anv Intormatlonhtiotit tint front wheel. '1 hey let thu Inirortiint Imllvidtm tltli tiars nnd cave n Bupuroace 1 binllc vvliun ho tried to mount. An ho pushed olT with ono foot on the Btop tho machine, nahlilnil and down he came on tho brown eitrth The tihout of latieh tor that wont up apprlRCil hlin that something wnwronK, but he did not tl i-cover what It wan until he wn nbout o mako another stnrt.when ono rider, more merciful that thn other, told him nnd orohably saved him n seeond fall The heartleen onea hail mora fun then ,vntch Ins the operation of tumiix the Imrs round ncaln Kddle Dald of Iluffnlo, who has been tho ao knowledued champion of hlcvcle sprint riders for four iear. hnn ulirneil to ride ncnln thli Tear aa the ntarof tho hpaldlnx team Except ing Immorman no man has over equalled llald's continued Rucceps He Is still ayounir man nnd In eood health, and he hopes to be the chunplon at tho Hose ot lMKinml do what no oilier man has done, cam tho title for the tlfth successive venr llald hui tlecldcdlto quit Buffalo nnd mnke New York lil home Ho has besun lo train regularly uuil Intends to follow the circuit during th summer The English fnd of smoklnc a pipe whilo blcyclo riding has gained considerable) hold here, necotdlng to observations on the road It will probably bo coneeded bv cyclists that If a man must smoke whilo riding, n pipe Is fir morn sensible thun a cigar or iluarette, ' ut apart from thu physical otTects of smoking upon tho wind thero seems to ben dangor in connection with n pipe In tho mouth of a rider that Is worth noting. Thero are eases on record wheron man In fulling had tho stem of his plpo driven into thu roof of the mouth This Is one of many peculiar injuries that have ooen met with by cyclists Ono of tho things about which riders are apt to bovori cureless Is earning tools, such rr wrenches, rumps and screwdrivers, In tholr pockets. Thn proper place for such articles is the tool bap, whero thoy aro not n source of elthor discomfort or dangor, but n great many riders dislike to carry a bag, and by putting ths tools In their jioekets run thn risk of converting what might ordlnnrlly bo a harmless accldont Into n serious one A few days agon rider had a side slip or an uptown asphalted street Ho wasenrrying a pump In hl breast pocket and n wrench In a side ocket, nnd they canted two very painful In juries, which kept that mill quiet tor several dais Fire Chief l'arrlsof Washington. D C has issued an order to hav n portion of the city firemen mounted on bleicles. One or morn men will b detailed at each oompaar A Girls' Bicycles, 10.00 1 1 We want to sell these bicycles. We I Inve put a price on them that will 1 sell them. We took them for debt 1 from the receiver of the Worcester H Cycle Co They are thoroujjlily well ffl nnde, of seamless tubing and high 1 class fittings There are only 29 left M all girls' 24 in wheels. I I SUNDRY BARGAINS. I I'oiiatli liiilirllas lamp , . . Jl.lll I M, V V, (la Lamp . i us g Automatic (laa Iatnp i.tid .oth ( rntiirj (las ljimp ...id Hi Ii t'ontitrj O 1 Lump . I .Mi ami 19 I CarliUto for (las 1 amps, 2 lb for .2 B N. Y. SPORTING GOODS OX, I 61 Nassau St., near Maiden Lane. I '1'IIE irlebrateil Romliear A stiatts tiros, slncln -1 tube, liarit to puniturs, fjy rlillng Sold everi whtre. housn to respond to local nlaims. preceding the engine h st iitlng out on nwlieel 1 ach evrlervvlll fnrr a small lite ex.tliiKiiis.licr on Ills tuiLk ieiid loi iiistunt us on liisurrlval nt it lire A great number of alarms lire sent out ou account of small tires for which extinguish ersnre siilllciont. and ns a fireman on n wheel eanreath the siono cooner than an engine it Is litlieved that tho new pluu will result lo an Increased elllclcucy for tho department Tinp Shooting. Dr. Louis II. O Council was a tile winner at Ilia unii-monttilj tournament of tho Hudaon (lun Club of Jersey ( Ity at tli ground of the organization, hjet Harrison, jistrrtlay. Othir auiceasful con trstants were Ctiarlts U Ilauta, Cbatlea K Dudley, lienrj L Van Djne and rred Alti Hurumsrj foi- I lows jriftein tvrgets per reau, Inown traps and aniilcs Di Louis 11 (Kounell, 1.', Charlea F. Dudley, lo Ireitirtck (1 Alt7.ii llenr 1.. Van Dyne, u. ller man J Hoik, 11, F Ilootmyil li, F. 11 Ilaiismanti T, Charles 11 llalila, 12, (.harles . Josh, i, VVIUUm 11 lluuhea h Fifteiti lariirts, biuesnt sj stem Dr. De Lonu 11. Dr OCiinivll. I.' an Dire, 12. UuKhes, li, , liullei, li, lloca. li, Uauta, il Josh, u lloothrmd ' lUitsmatiii. 7 hwnpstakes IUie Dr. O Oonuell, a, Dudlei. 7, t Dyne, rt, Ilausmnnn, a. Josh, i Flftei n Targets, known traps and angles Alt' la Dudlei.12 Dr o'Coimeli, 12, Dock, 11, Van I,.,.n'.,,M. '.nU.- 12V x!f' D" Lon 'i IMward J. hlililils, il Hughes, r,, IIaiismaiiu.4 Jlnnthli Conn etltion for the Hilvur Cui) Twenti tlvetaruitsperman-l'anta, 21, Van Dyne, , Dr OConnill, Hi Shlelua, in, Fleming Jnnea. 1m. White, 17. DudU) is, Alt, in, Hois, Is Hau. maun, 6, Dr Do Long H. Wlijlllc. in Utteen lawn Rirg'ant hstem-Dr O Council 15 Dudlej, ll, Van Dyne, 7, Hausmaun, 7 Han la 11 Miteh-ltn binls-Dr. O Oinnell, in Dudley 7 Match -Twi nty iiv- birds-Dudley, 20, Dr O Uon lte.ll 10. Pkini ktos, April 24.The Princeton t'nivcralty QutiCluti team defeated th t'nlvi rslti of l'euusil vhlU ttsm this afternoon lu anatiitltig contest '1 his was the first time thn two universities have met lua diialcant'ai lu sports since the fojtballganie lu Inik at Trenton, when the Uuakirs dtfrstnl ITiniutou 12 lo o, and for this reason the .ontest w.sof unuauil Hit rest The meet waa hi Id at the I iiniverrit) traps at Wocktnn Fuld, and soue vir ' creditaldi shiMitingTss diun byhnlhleims Fjii ll man shot at flfn Plrds al iinkii io traps and un knunnutiu'lrs rhe heal scores cn. made hi ioiing and I'hnli ster fur I'nnretnn and lUldwin. Parish and Nellsin for Pennsylvania The score. I lll'rimetoii loung, 44, Chldester, 40, Flhart, 8 IUEhllD.H?, Kendall, Brt, Hal), as Total, 3ai. , Pennsylvania-Baldwin, 42, rariah,41. NetUoo, 1, BUi4sr,8., Jaul, a; Ceojaar, 11. iot4l, 2J. ' 1 Hartford and Vedette 1 BICYCLE. 1 These machines are acknowledged I everywhere as leaders. An excess of competition has not weakened their hold upon the public. I NEW MODELS. I Chainless . . . $75 I Columbia Chain . 50 B Hartfords .... 35 I Vedettes . . $25,26 B A limited number of Columhlas, Models 41, 4rt and 4li (impmvedi, und Hartfords, Patterns Hi and H, atgreatls re lurid priue. II sfe onn CATALOGUE. 1 POPE MFG. C07l2 Warren St. I Metropolitan Bicycling Co., ffi&V.'lS. Dayton Bicycles i The '99 models of this celebrated mike will suit tlie most critical purchaser. They not onl possess all the good points of last j ear, but many new improve ments, including Spherical Hubs and j hangers. Come and see for yourself. Chain, $50.00 Chain Special. $75.00 THE TINKHAIVi CO. 306-308.310 WEST 59TH ST., N. Y. OPF.S KVEMXOS. Jounfmii Ifi-fur. II. C S inlies v. S in, 20 t'ortlandtst, llrnokl n ent, Oeo, V. Shannon, tail Bedford v. BICYCLES AT AUCTION. " I". Illsshll. A CO. MOTION M'KS 12 Murrav st and ir, Pjtk plare, N SVH).M1)V1. DHII. JtlTll, Al' 12 .lu l CLOCK. l.ursr l--iii imrnt lltrli i.ijkc lllrjilf. loniprisliitf larue variet) of mules, iiu'liMim: FENTON BICYCLES. Also film lS'lll tuventle lliijcles. VVIitels soil siiult and lu lots to atllt Also same ilaj, aliout 3 orlois. Sill IIH.II (.ItMli: Hlti I, l.s (m iiuautltles I'.tiof the alioro an- thei i lelunte I FENTON BICYCLES, To lw sold with ami vMtlitnt tires Vlsn Kin la siindrlis, r.no ljimpH, i,r,iMi 'imldles, 2iH)Tlns 10 Hells I'jilometirs, Kepulr hits, lllitole siamls . Also S.tsliiipn urn nnilrtei nnil-llnnil Ittryrles. I'm ton Itutulilir, Hcllpse, ltnial llorsman, V, Win el on eiliihltlnn Tuesilat . April 21th STERLING Bost in tho Woi Id. Chain Wheels, $!50 ; C'hnlnluss, $73, GALES Unequalled at thn prim, v, CYCLES. SCHOVERLING, DALY & GALES, 325 BROADWAY. ItAItllOHD IMHUiri.s first iiualltj.Ot VltANTFFD U uimils, - T,'. pair ihiih M. A VV aikI im Tire , .". ,r, I'alimrs ', Tf, Wllltama, f j no, Nnwton ', Dlaliionil ltulihcrt'o's 2 75 Chase l 2 Pilt1i , Ilaitfords, ituaranteed, 4..".u odds ,",0i ;r,c , li .e. em li atlTII rj-.NTTKV I, WII'S, lajf a'l. ( a. I amps, si ;r, n,., Ku males. All w. 'I Birr la Stocking, fanet pattern. Imported if km noods . (me pair. Hlejile Bulls, I i.n Swraters, ill o I worth I U(l ( I 2 . Hi rlisni for d. alers HJIll I. l'llllHl gt'It'K 81 E- M MOTTO , WILLIS' CYCLE CO., !!,1,Kin?,.':: 1899 Cycles, S 16.00 -iileiidld up to date 1 material, also fanij I INN noons, handsome, stroiu: likkel leutres, .m i run TASDFMS. 21 to SftOi I25 and fl 0 poods l.an week HAItTKOKll tires inn aei oudsl, hut soiled, wa rni lis others k'i (j ii 'n l.s I anion, fl 12 olherallOi Hid SV i; I1KAT ALL pricts on lion, st itoods. L. C. Jandorf & Co., .181 ItltOAKVlAV S. .1 i:sT 14TII SI. IPO to 1U4 t olitinhus av lioslou i pcntr.vi: aiui citi:sci:T UK V US. SII OH KASV l'WMH.NT. THOMAS WARD, Its llnrrlny at. 0J4 Htli nv., in'iir 04lh st. I ?lic aurf. QUEENS CO. JOCKEY CLUB. AUIIIII'CT, I, I ' I RACING EVtRV WEK DAY 2:30 P. M. Ill Admission to grand stmt and Incloaure, I SO 111 I Raee trains leave K. :uth st 10 50 A 11.. I, 1 if, ll I 1 10 P. M Also, from Flatlmslt ar 11 02 A. M . 1. U lU7,li6or.U. BtaiwacounactwltlilUngaCo. "U aMBtsami jaBaKanmasaaaaaaBaailBal