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8 THE SUN", THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1800. ,
' QUAKERS TAKE ANOTHER. m -unooiti.rxs i.oau riiKin itwnru M HTUAlllUT O.I.Vi H VTilshlnEtons Mill Three Straight from the H New Yorks Hiiston llrnta Ilnltlruorr, B CIiIcako Outplay Plttshiiij- nnd Louis H villa Down. Cincinnati Nairn nnd On.ilp 1 Tho riilladoiphlas come to NashlnKton Paris Hl todajr for n series o( four tames with tho BJ Broolclyns. In order to hold llrst placo Han- Hf Ion's men must win at leant onoof Hie four. H Yesterday tlio HrooUna woro downed by thn H Quakers for tho third time, and incldontalty H dropped tholr olclith couaocutlvo Kame. Local H oranks nro beclnnlne to wonder whnt Is the H trouble with tho Hupcrbas, who not bo very H lone ago woio sweeplnc all before tliom Han H " Ion Is still In vliawo of thi'tn. hoivovor. and a l braeo Is lookud tor in tho near futuro The H I ; lead of tho Urooklyns hat been reduced to 47 B ,. points, and tlm 1'hll.idolphlas hold second B riluco liyll. evon thoudi tho Chleauos cot avvny Bl j with tho 1'lttsburns 'Ihu latter aro 7 points Bj alioadof thellostoiis.wliowonnv.oryelosoBamo BS from tho Haiti inorei Tho Washlnetons took B their third stralcht iranio from tho Now Vorls, B and the Loulsvlllcs stoppod Cincinnati's win B nlnit streak The results: Bl falladelphis. 7, llrooklyn, 4. H Wasldni-ton, 0 New YorL, 2. H liostou fi Ilultiinore, 4. H CliifKEo, ii, Plttslmri, a. B Louisville, 111 Cincinnati, 7. B TDK mcottl). m P'r H Clubt. Won loit.trnt Club' Won, Lent, cent. B Brooklyn a 32 .(172 riiHinnatl 4 no .r.ai B Philadelphia 40 24 .lur. Plttsburit 33 as .41)2 H OhlctKO 811 24 .illli "! iork Sll Stl 466 H Uoston 41 2fl .(11-' I.mitsvllle 24 4i .314 B Haltlmore. 7 J7 .r.Tt-l N .tiinutnn 2 J 47 311) It. Louts. Stl 29 .n&IICh'vslanil 1J 03 las M I'lULAriELI'MIi. 7: iirooxlyn. 4. B rnn.ADF.Li'iiiA. July fi. Philadelphia made It B three straight from HrookUn this nftornoon in a Kamn which was stubbornly contested overy Inch of the way, tlm locals w limine nut In the lastlnnliic 1 hoKiiuow,isiniiietii!itedthroui;h- out by Boiisatloii.il bits of lleldiiiK. the majority of which woro executed by the homo club The llrooklyns had nuiui'inus ihatioos to win, but they weio tiiMiriuliK out olT by a brtlllnnt throw or a circus catch '1 hero was very little dlffcronce in t lie hlltliiu. but at that Donohuo had Hovcral slinilvs tin" better of tho aruumrnt with Mc.lanies Ho dlil not BlM' a base on b.illh, while tlm " lloclor 'cau (our. two of which result) d in runs Donohuo nlsocontrlbuteil inat)Mlnll to tho ulnnlnirot hlsonnuamn by mak tin throe solid slncles. two of which icAiiltod In inns Dahleu was H rompellvil to lav ofT on account nl a sore band. but he was not misled .I.-n Mint,'- pliiX'i! a npleudld Kame at shoit, his arm RHIne him no percoptlble bother Attendance, II. ;!''.). The B score: Bfl a u. ro. a. r. a 11. rn. a r. BM Coolay, lb.. 1 o 10 1 i)Jon. cf n i 3 0 n TlKim.. if. 1 2 J 3 ohelr rf 1 3 J o O BB liranty.lf i i o o Jennititc. ) u 1 2 a ii B lajnlo, 2U 0 J 1 4 t K-llf . If 1 J 2 11 0 BE J'llcV. rf olio oll)..'b o ii a 2 ii BB I Jlliltr. .Ill 0 13 4 IK'Krl 31. . O 2 O 3 )) BB Mcr.irl'nit.r.l 1 . 0 o Anli-riii,Uiii j 7 o O BB Croii, I 1 1 I 1 snntti, c 1 1 o o n Bb iJonnbue, r - 3 0 3 O MrlAliicn.p. O 0 13 0 Bl Urtin ii ii ii 0 o Bl Total. .7 13 27 K, 1 H Total. 4 12 21 10 0 B Patted for Mcjamn. H Plill.ilelpbla 0 3 00001S -7 Urooklyu 10 10 1 1 0 o 04 B Tko base hits Tliom... lajoln Cm... Koelcr. Kal l?y '2i. TlirD'-liAHe hit Kiultr Lett on lia.f. BE Phllailellihia, H Ilronkl) n, 7. MriKk out Hi Dona- BK hue. 2, by Mr-Jamr., .1 Stilen liawfr. I)i lflianty, Bb Krtl.r lloiililf ia) Ca.t). lal) nnd Amlir.ou. J x'lr.t baseon lillli HIT .M Inlue 4 Klrt lu.n ou error llrooklyn l'a.c 1 ball Mniili, 1 rtiipir d - B tinillo and hinlth lime -' hours ami B minute.. H WASHIMiroN.il: M W lOllh, J H Tho WaBhltiKlonsilld no' )la near as well at BB tho I'olo tlrounils yost id i in either canin BE on Tuesdaj. but noi"-tle'ii - liiiiiiietnrt'ilHn- Bb i other ilefeat to tin- New tirk, who played Bl !, without an life alter tin' M-iiim; plaj its took Bl the lead in the 'mirth iiinlni: Luck cIuiik to B the locals tbrotichniit tin' eiitlte came, Imt Bjf ' them was not imiourIi nf It to turn tin' tide in BJ thclrfnor (ilnason was the onl plajer of tho B home team who hit the Lad -afch to tho out- Bj lli 'Id. while 'I Ionian worked in a hi ft; bunt B Tho othor Ihe hits were to tb" Inlleld BJ rilaiili! shot n safe bounder pt-.t DaUlntho BJ first itinltiR nnd comiileted the circuit when BJ Athertou sent moof Meol,ln'seures to far left Bf m or three bases 'lhe New Yorks tallied one BJ " un In their half nn Haltren reached llrBt ou BJ 'alls, stoln scond anil leached third on Klt- BJ riilKo's low throw to 1'addeii While Tler- BJ an was belnc run down between the BJ a-es Van tan homo Jlnnner scratched BJ h hit to Iils In the fourth nnd 1-ree- BJ . Inn n slnulod to centre, both men scoriut; BJ on l'addon's slasluni; dihe to centre for two BJ bnMos. John O'llrlen forcisl out Dlneen In BJ the next Innlne and was ad,iueud to third on BJ Athorton's hit When the latter made a dash BJ ' to second. Winner made a blulT to throw, ami BJ oaiiKht O'llrlen the feet olT third biiHo. Wilson. BJ however. mulTed Jack s throw and O'llrlen BJ tnllluil In the sixth hrcemnn doubled and BJ I l'ailden hit near the plate, Warner maklnc sev- Bt I rral unsuccessful attempts to pick up thu ball. BJ f Darn's hit luouuht in Ineman, and I'addnn BJ i scored while l)a is was tttendinK to Klttrlilce's BJ ' Brounder. 'J ho linnin players scored thelrlast BJ j run In tlm si'onth.nn Mherton's wldn throw BJ to first, two nuts nnd Wilsons lluke hit over B Diueeu's liead The score H WA.IUNOTIIN. NEW YORK Bf it H.io a. r n n. ro. a. e Bf BUkIi, cf 1 1 2 ii ii Vllaltren.cf 1 2 10 0 Bl J 1 1 linen. If 1 o 1 o olltrnati.rf o 1 2 o o Bl Atheitnn 3b o 4 1 a llmjle, lb n n 1J I n Homier. 21) I 1 I it ii 1 in In .. 114 7 0 B 1 rtfiuAii, rf 2 a 1 o o (Hraon, 2h o 1 2 r, n Bf , l'artden, aa 1 .' r X, III Itrleli.lf u n 3 O 1 Bl Harry, lb, O 2 14 o uWllii Ill o 2 II 1 1 Bft Ktttrnlifo, r o o 2 2 1 w.iniiT. i- ,o o 2 2 o J Dluccn. p 0 O II 1 n Mirkiu, p o O II 1 o H Total! nil 27 17 3 Total.. 2 72U7 2 H llonncrtit to hatted I all H Tinhnifton 10 0 2 12 0 0 o-fl BJ Xc ork 1 i) ii n 0 o 1 ii ii2 B rin t ba.e on enoi NVw Yoik. 2. Left onlh.aep BJ Vaalilnuton, a New York, n Tliree lii).n hit Kth BB ertou, IntiU-i hits Publin, thertoit stolen BJ ba.t- Van llaltieu SihU.k hit-I olitiu Doulilu Bf i jla -lljnni i, Kittrnlire ami l!irr Pa bleu iiml B 9 ltArryji lib u.nti anl I)nli Flit ius on lnll Bj i OtTMeelt u, 1 oil IHiifeii, .' Mrurkoilt-1!) llineen. I 2 I'nipliia I ri b ami Cunil. II). Tunc -1 hour jT ' auil 62 niiiiutPi- AtteioUm r 4".o H rULTIMnal-, July ' llo.ton lninaKPil to win thn BJ la.t varno ot tho otrle.. the Meter) belns duo to arror. b) Roihcrnul the ..ore: B IIAITIMIUIE llOsfllN. J i ii to t f. r. ii rn a r. a Mi Draw. 3b 3 n - o stnhl rf l a a l o j llolnit., If 2 2 I o 0 I.onu- -. o 0 2 it o B ! Ilroille full o i) lrn.nie.if .2 2210 I Mieckanl, rf.o n o nii'ln-. ab 0 12 3 1 p J Jtoth in'l -'ho i a 4 -Duiiy i i a 3 ii o ? J nilTni-e.lb.il OH O Ilium 2li 0 1 4 3 II . Mauoon,.. 2 2 4 li Hu'mu n.lb I 1 7 o 2 Bl ltoblliaoa.cn 2 2 1 oi'tirke, i. n 1 4 1 1 F t op, p . O 1 II 3 ll Kiln II, P. 0 II O 1 0 B. 'lotals 4 D27 IH .' Tot ill r, 12 27 IB 4 H i Daltlmore 1 0 o o o 2 0 l 0-4 Wt J lionton. o l i ii l l i o o ,-. f l'ir.t liaae on error llo.ton Left on bn.ea Haul' more 4 Boston n V'irpt 1 ae on hall. Oil Ktl.en, a MlnicL out Hy hillen. 4 bj N'nps, .'. SRLrifle hlta Lontf. t'larke 1 Stolen h-i s Meftraw I-). ' Irlable 2i, DiltL liouWo play I.inkt, Lomi ami Hickman Lrunr ami Hitknian I'mpireg MelMu alj and ManaHBau limt 2 hour ami 1", tuiuiitca. Altcndanre-I.riHU. V (iitcAiin, il, i iTT.nciio, 3 f l'lrrauURO. July f riinaito broke IMtabunr'a j lnnlne atreak to day, principal!) through the rf J fortaor Pitcher ( allahan, who, Ixsldf. iloltn well ontbe rubier nelrteil lit. po.ttnni lieautlfally In l the alith lnnluO llrii'ii a. .plkcd b) Chance and forted to retire lhe .tore Y I iTT.iu no rim no 9 1 it. it l o a. r ii ii. ro a r m Donovan, rf 1 ii 2 o 1 II) an If 1 3 0 o o ifii Mcrarthy.lf o 3 i 0 otmn, rf 1 3 0 o o fi jlliauia.ali n 2 14 o V i'ifn,3lil 2 n 2 1 JJ, lieauiuont.cfo o 2 o o I nee of 1 1 a o o Clark, lb o ii u ii oKwritt lb o ill 2 o J Ely. a.. o o o 3 o MiC'fn k,2h 1 14 7 1 'W?t o lirlen, 2b. 1 2 a 1 1 D.-iiHint.. o o .1 3 o Vlf HcbrUer, c 0 2 3 1 il I lialire e o 1 4 I) 0 i, lloitbr'uli.p.l o o o O Callahan, p .1 12 11) Ieier.p i o n 4 () UadUou. 2h.o o 1 ii ii Total. 0 13 27 IS 2 Totali 3 0 27 13 2' ntt.bur. 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 o3 V ChicaL'O .. 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 111 ' BtoUu ba.es William. OTtrien, Laubte. Tuoba.o ! lilt Kbrlier, Three-ln. Iili-Ityau. Home run Ureen. Hacriflte hit Ui'tm ntrerllle Double plar S IMniontrevllle, MiCutuuck ami Eterltt. htruek out-Dy Leeer. a, br t'ullahau. 2. firt ba.a on balls On lto.ebroltitb, 1 i It Callahan, 1. Hit by I pitcher -Lance, lleauintnt, Cbaine 1'aMi.cil ball Bebrner rmpirea-Bwartwcod and Latham At tendance l.soti Tiuie J huia ami IS minutes. UirtSVlltL, 11, IIMIN.SATI, 7 LonsMU-E July 5 Ailiibbllin: ram kept the at tendance down to Inn ami put Ihu .round. In a ml. trahle condition, niukiui: err r numerous flaw ley's three but koii balls in the tint innluif ware directly responsible fur as many si oren The Colonel, wi-ri Poth outlintied ami outfielded, but won out by timely liittun: 1 be a ore ClhCINSATt LOl'lSMLI-E. h. ii ro. ax. i ii ro. a. i 5 Pmlth. If ..1 1 a 1 o Clarke. If 2 1 o n o I Helbach. cf 1 3 J O 0 Hoy, if 10 2 10 t Miller, rf 0 0 3 0 0 Heater, rf 1 o 2 o 1 t Corcoran. aa.1 1 o 4 o Waitner, ab 2 o o f. 0 Btoint.l't, Jbl l ii 3 olovters.o 1 1 l) 1 o Irwin. 8b , 0 ll o 4 .1 It it, hey, .'b. 0 rt 2 it 1 ', YaugtlB. lb 1 0 13 II 1 Wills. II) 2 2 20 1 2 rafl WiuhI, c 0 110 ll Learh, a. I 3 n 3 1 m Hawley, p 1 1 ll I o l'lilllll. 1 o 1 4 u Sal Urhee 1 1 O ll O SB - T-11 11 7 27 21 ft ' 1! Totals 7 p 21 11 4 M "Hatted for Uawley In ulnlh Clnilnuatl n J o 0 1 0 0 2 1 7 , JLouiaTllle ft 2 o o i) u 0 4 -11 B lwobaae hit I'ow.m Uuma ruu -Clark baerb B See hlt-Driter Double pi. y. -Hoy and Utlls, 1 Ltarb, ItlWhey and Wills. Htoleu bases llitcher, I Dsiter, Wagaor, J'owtrs, Vaughn, Mood, Btlbacn, aaJ Corcoran. lilt by plteher-Dr Hawley, 1. First ba.e on balls Off rhillppl, 3i off Hawley, 3. Uin-plres-4)atlney and Andrews. Time .' hours and 10 minute.. Atlantic Leniue. at atcnuoxn. r, ii. r. rtlrhmond .03100021 it Hi 2 Lancaster. . OSOOloouo-4 72 Hatterlea Donoran and Bteelman, Miner and Wente. At Heading Main. Kastrrn t.eacue At Hartford-Hartford. 4 Sprlnijarld, 2. At Worcester Worcester, 10, Proddence, R. XVestern l.easue. At Milwaukee Milwaukee, 0, Iluffalo, 3. At Kansas City Kansas City, U, Columbus, 0, New York State) Leniue. At Dlnithamttin niufli.inton. 14, OsweRO. i. At Cortland Gortlaml, 12; Auburn, 4 At Home Home, 4, Alban) Hi At I tlca-L t.ta, 2, Hcbenectady, 3. Connecticut Slate I.eaiue. At Waterbury New London, 3, Waterbury, 1, At Derbr-Derby. H, Uristol, 7 At llrldiieporl-Ilrtdueport, 7, Norwich, 0, Cither Games. AT ATLAXTIO CITT. R. B a. Atlantic City ..oooooooo 0-0 o o Cuban Xlllants 0202202 o ..-a 13 1 Batteries Clark and Aijnew, Robinson and Wil liams. At Kingston-Genuine Cuban (Hants, 10, King ston, B. Baseball Gaines To-Day. HATIOMI. LIAOOI AMD AMIRICAX AUOCIATION. rhlladslpbla at Ilrookljn; Waablnirton at Haiti morei Cincinnati at loul.Tllle, Chicago at Put. burg, Cleveland at 8t. Louis. CASTERS LEAOCE. Prorldence at Toronto. Worcester at Montreal; Springfield at ltocheater, Hartford at Syracuse. ATLAKT1C LEAODE. Newark at nichmond. rater. on at Allentowni Wllkesbarre at Lancaster: Reading atBcranton. OTULR GAMES. Tims. ts. Journal, at Prospect Park. JOHN B. It AT itEtitays. Couldn't riease Freedman, Who Appoints lfred lloey Jllnnncer of the New Ynrkp. AlthouRh he said before tho season opened that ho did not caro whether tho New Yorlcs were successful or not and that he would kill basoball in order to square accounts with fov eral Leairuo men who did not aereo with him, rroedman is haUtiK his troubles these days. With a team that docs not class with tho lead ers in plailtiK ability and has been crippled by accidents and the absence of Amos lluslo oer sinco the openins Rame. Mnnairer John B Day has succeoded In keeplnir tho Now Yorks closo to tho top ot tho second division. Mr. Day took tho team when dissensions woro on every hand and the plajcrs woro In bad humor over tho treatment received last )ear ilo tried to make several deals which would strengthen the team, nota bly the purchase of Mlkn lirlfllu. Mctiravv and otiiers. but Ills hands were tied Ho was han dicapped. et went ahead with perseverance ami pluck When Mr Day was made manager l-'recdman announced that he would hnvo "absolute control" This was tlm statement Issued whon Davis, Doyle, Harvey Satklns, Arthur Irwin, and Scrappy 1)111" Jovee wero appointed In turn to thn managerial position, so that it was not seriously taken by tho public Jlr Dav had anjthltiK but " absolute control," and was so pestoted by the club's 1'resldont tint hewasou the point ot resigning some time BRO The climax camn yesterday when Kreedmnn, smarting under thn two defeats admlnlstcreil bv thn Washington on 'Jueedaj, summonml Ir Dti to his office and ordi red hlni to make thn Now Yorks do better Mr Hiy tried to reason with him. but It was of no use, so thero was nothing loft for him tndolmt toreslgn. which hoilld gracefully Vreeilman then ap pointed l'red lloey, the plReonshot. inanagor of the Now orks. with orders to take charge at once. lloey Is a crack shot, but he knows little or nothing about running a !Ir League team Wncn the plaiers heard of the change thev threw up their hands, anil some of them said tluy felt like iiuittlnuthe club When asked about tho matter. Mr Day said to a Sun man last night "I would hae resigned lone atro. but 1 want ed to show tho nubile whit I could do w Ith thn Mew Yorks as they stood when I took hold of them " Mr. Day has many friends hern who remnm ber him as the man who produced I.eagun championship teams In lHHSand lH'i These friends have patronized the game at tho l'olo (.rounds out of loyalty to their old baseball leader In futuie thev will probably stay away Tho removal of Jack Doyle from the captaincy, the withdrawal of Horace Honnell from tho hecretarvnhlp and the departure of Manager Day would make it appear that Freedman Is somewhat concerned after all over the down fall of tho baseball business In Harlem. Cubnn Hnseball Tenm Coming Here to Piny, n all Cuban ba.tball team, made up from the best players ot the various teams that eompri.e the Oubau I eague. Is bi ing arranged to tour this conn try and play the bent semi professional and minor leacue teams Abel I, nares, a well known man in Cuban baseball attain), has the making up of the team in charge, and he wrtes that he will arrive 111 this lit) about Aug lwith the sttongest ti-nm of native t ubaiis that he can get togi ther 1 1,4invou who took v team, including Mcliraw ami lulu), from this country to Cuba several yeais ago will look after the Cuban ti am during their visit here Speaking of the piop-wiil tour Ust night, lviusnu sail that the' All Cuba ' nine would sin-nil almut two mouths in this cruntn, )1a)lng as far West as Chicago Latnsoit sj) the Cubans are tilii) pla) ers, a-id add. that the tiams liete will dnri tiln Ciihan a crack batter), fian la anil Carllto, a real il veroii. The team will probably open here with the Orange A C. limi- Teams desiring games eau adllrM Al Lamnon or E. Lamtgraf, 300 Kast llftieth htntt. Hnseball Notes. The Marflowers In each Instance the man on first should !)- declared out snd the batsmau safe. N'ovt Sunday the Cuban Diantn and the West JJiw vork lield Club will plsy at Weehanlen The leney Cllys will play the Manhattans of New lork iieiihuuday at West End Kielil, lonueleand St. I'aul t avenues. At Wupplneer'a Falls on Tuesday A. M Loyola, 11, Wniilnger's Falla, ft P M. Loyola, Ift, Wap piuger lulls, ft, At Queens, L I . on Tuesday Morning game Norwli h K. c,, 7 sjueensA 0,4. Afternoon game Norwich .C.s Queens . C , ft 'lhe Phlladilpblas are reaching out for pitchers, and have b. en Ktn-ugthetied by the addition of Piti her Milne of the Louisville. The Quakers are (he In avn st htttln team in the League, an I appear to 1 e itaueioitK faitors la the rate for the tham pionshlp Un Hudson of Hoboken have July s and 22 open for a game out of town, lhey would likctotuar fruiu Kuii keiboikrr A. C, Morris Plains Mount Vi riiou, or au) team withtu loo mibsof Sen oik, tffeling a reasnuatiln guarantee ddress M Smith eou, M. i) urge i ricket itroumls, Uoboki-u, . I HvnAiLsr. Jul) ft. Syra-use will sen no more ehaliipl inihip baseball this year Mauagi r ueorge N hunt sih, who has hieu louduitiug a losing game all tlin season anil who has lately otli red thi hviaeuse frani hist, to any one who would titusli out tl e si nson with it gave up tile ghost list night and nfti r Hiving up the players to lul) I, telegraphed a sum mler of the franchise to President Pat l'oivrrs It is icported that the Hrookhus' sharu of tin n ei ipts during the ricent Western trip to ( hicago. P.tt-liurg, Cincinnati and Cleveland amounted to about fi'tono According to istliuatf)) Hanlon got fs.no'i for four games in Chicago, I t.joo for four In Pittsburg, l suo for one huuday game ill Clncin natl and as inuih as Hlft for rour games in Cleve lind It is understood that tin. Pittsburg Club re el)! ved JM for four (outeM. in the Forest Clt), which IntiiusiDes the belief that the Itobisons will soon throw that frani hi-ie into the hands of tho League 'lhe Hrookl)ns plajed to a total paid attendance of 4a tioo persons tn (husgo. whib is prettv near a reeonl The owners of the Ilrookljn and Haltlmorn clubs are expected to disr sioo.uoo on the season. jii'cot Ayn F1TZ TO FlallT. A llattle Iletwren thn l'nlr Practically Ar ranged, A meetine between "Kid " McCoy and Dob ntzMmraons has been practically arranttnl, and, according to the present plans, the men are to flRht before otie of tho local clubs some time In the latter part of Beptember. McCoy, who Is now In Denver, has called off all his other matches and sas that he will not do any lighting until ho is through with thoex-cham-pioii. Mct'o) further sayx he will visit New lork within the next thren weeks ready to sign articles The fact that HtzsumnonH has an nouncid that it the fight conn soft tho winner must take all is acreeable to McCoy Metnv iieclares that he will agree to box straight (Jucensberry rules, with the exception that the men must break clean at the order of tho referee It Is not ver likely that Fltyslm mons will consent to thiB. as lie Intends to bold out for a llclit under the rules without any stipulations The Coney Island .Sporting Club, the West chester A C nnd the Lenox A ('.will bid for the bout It was said esterda that as Fit?. is smnewlint Interested in the arena bv the sea 1 the battle will possibly take place there It Is inso reiortcd that the Curnjy Island people are ready to nlTcra purse of $15,Ki 1 ity said jostcrda) ' I am rapidly gettltiR Inn shape ami expect to be In good trim by (September Mc( oy has for sonin time been anxlms to tight uin and lam ready now I will light him at 1!X pounds, just as ho sns, and If lie cares to I will put up a personal side wager " Jlaseball, Washington rark, 4P. M. To-Day. JJrectalravs Philadelphia. Adm.soc 26c Jiv. FIRST TRIAL RACE TO-DAY. COI.VMIIIA AS1) VRrr.SDEtt 3tKRT FOJt a fiso cvp ovi' s.ixur hook. The Ynchtn Come Down front New Itochellei mill Anchor Olf Tuninklnsvllle ItotH In Fine Condition Itiinj. lo He l'lneed to Keep tlm Course tor the Cup Kate Clear. The now yacht Columbia will meet tho famous Defender to-day for a $L'f0 cup offered by tho New York Yacht Club. The start will bo made at 11 30 o'clock tiom olthcr tho Scot land or Handy Hook lightship. The blu tachts will cross tho lino to a two-gun stnrt. tho actual time of each lo be taken as sho rocs ovor Hhould ono fall to cross within tho customary llve-mlnuto margin between tho starting gun and the next signal she will bo handicapped, being timed ns it ehe had crossed when the llvo minute, had clapsod The courso will bo thitty miles long, cither fifteen miles to windward or locvvanl and re turn, or over a trl.tncular course with ten miles to a leg. THE COLUMBIA. Tho race, which will be covorned by con ditions similar to those under which the De fender and Meilant met In tho trial races of lRifl, will bo the first real meeting botween Columbia and Defender, the affair off Newport and thn run to New London havlnc been In formal and not regarded ns thorough tests of the two jachls'salliiiR iiuallties In to-day's contest jachtsmen believe that the real merits of tho boats will bo discovered, nnd that, bar ring accidents In the future, the race will defi nitely decide whether the ( olumbla or De fender shall meet tho Hhamrock. Should tho llnish bo close, however, nobody but ( Oliver Isnlin, the managing owner of Co lumbia, nnd W llutler Duncan, Jr. the man ager of the Defender, w III bo able to toll w hlch boat wins Thosn In charRoot tho defence of thn America's Cup have concluded not to ills, close th official mi asurementsof the big (hi. footors until after the trial races Thereforo thern Is much sjiocul itlun about timo allow ance rjtudents of v-achtiug who have inspected the dimensions ami sail areas at closo r.uiRO hold the belief that the Columbia will not ham to allow more than two minutes to thu Defender loms think that the handicap may not bo so great, so that If Columbia defeats Defender to day bj more thun two minutes she Is icnson nbly lertiiin of winning tlm race If, on the other hniid. thern Is a tllflereni e of less than two minutes between the lljerstit thn llnish, the result will not be made known until the of ficial time allowance. Is announced later on Commodore J Herpotit Morgan's now atoain laeht Corsair will bo used, is thn nidges' boat. For the accommodation of members of tlm New 'iurk laeht Club and their guests the iron steamboat Cepheus has boon chartered tofol- CO.VSTAXOK lilMt TlllCKi: HACKS. Knally Defeats Algonquin nnd Falm in the Seavvnnhnkn Trlnls Tho Constance, tho onn-rater built from do sIrus by Clint 3ti II. Crane, won threo races jesterday off Ojstcr Hay, defeating the Algon quin, the t rovvnlnshleld boat, and tho I'alm, built by I.arry Huntington Tho races were sailed over triangular courses and were for tho purpose of seb ctlnc a challenger for the Sea wanh.ika Cup now held by the Iloyal ht. Law rence Yacht Club At tho llrst trials stile I on Mondav the C instance won two races by a lery small margin and the Mgonqiiln one It seemed then ns though tlm Alg iiniulii would do better In a breeze. Imt jestonlaj proved that the lonstnin')) can dn well when It blows. Clinton II Crane sailed the winning boat, and when ho arrived at OWer Day early in tho morning he had thn rigging thoroughly overhauled It had become vi ry slack He also had the silk jib taken olT. and in the taies used one of cotton .luck. which fitted much potter Tin so changes secine 1 to Imptove tho jaeht verv much and she sailed verj fast, paitlcularlv when going tn windward, e istlj ill fcating theother two ll aching, she did not do s i well, but she more than made up w hat she lost on this olnt ot sailing wlii-n on the wind The I'alm did well on the reach, but fell hopelessly behind when on the wliidatnl was last in t noli race In fotiner )i ai" the) ichls of this class huo been sent uver one ciitirM-, sailing threo times around This vi ar the) wire stopped at tho end of ach round and tlnee races wete made of what was formerly one Tbo wind nt the statt was light from tho southwest bj west It stcadtl) Increased In fun cand toward tho end oi tlntiifteiuiHin had backed a trille and was blowing fiom the south b) west The llaco Committee of the club worn on Gen, Thomas s stetm l.icht llalida. Thn courso laid oil was foiirmlles in length. inch kg I elug oncand a thlnl miles The llrst leg was east bv north ono-hnlf north, the second was north west and the third south b west, 'lhe ptepar ntory signal was given at noon and the yachts Ind lllteeti minutes to got ready Tho llrst leg was a broad reach, and when the stalling signal was flivcuntl'J loo clock the jacht camn to the Inn wllli bo. un haul oft tn port Tlio I'alm was tin' llrst over, vvlth tho t onstancn second, but in a wind ward position, anil the Algunquln lo leeward of both Thu l'altu mi this Kg did very well, and g bed dnaiinl thulltst mark well in tlm lead, the Constance was the second boat and the Algonquin last With the wind just aft of the xiit becm the) reached to tlm next mark, and tlio I'alm was outsailed by both ot the others. The Con-tamo nnd Algonquin had a very ptctt) lulling mnteh and sot way of the course so that tlmywnre able to earn spinnakers to the second mark At this mark tbo (Vmstanie led by eight sec onds It was a beat home and the Constance eiisllj outsailed tho others and won thn llrst lace bv. 'i minutes 44 l. seconds, '"bile thn Algonquin beat tho Halm I minute '.! sec onds. Thn tabln of this race, glvlnc tho turn ing time at oath mark, follows: firtl fieond Thrd FlapitA Mark. Mark. Mark. Time. J'o'Af ll. M s ll. il. t. n 11. s II, m s. Constance 12 2U 23 1.' 4.' 4ft 1 Hi 07H 1 01 Oiy, Algnqlliu 12 24 34 l.'42ftl 118 ft.' Inlft2 Halm 12 2U IS 1.' 42 '..) 1 2o iHH 1 oft 4osj Tho elapsed tlmemadeovoreach leelsshonn In tlio following table Flrttlta, Stroud tig Third I.tg. M. k M, s. VI s. Constance , 11 J I HI 22 .1 I JJt All.- IKilllU 11 14 HI lu aft ft. i Halm ..11 14 1I 41 37 4'H. Tho second race was started at 1 27 o'clock Tho wind was fresh and was blowing south southwest Tho I'alm led over tho line again, followed closely by the I onstnnco and tho Al gonquin On the reach, us in tlio llrst race, thn Halm sailod the fastest and had quite a good margin to spare when she gybed, but on the socond leg site was overhauled by both of the othor boats and took thn last position On thn beat the Constance did even betterthan sho did In tho first raco and she won with .1 minutes 4H seconds to sparo Thn AlRonquin wns 4 ininulns HI seconds uhoad ot the l'ulm The table follows 'irl i iml Trd Flapi'i Mark Vark Mark. Time VatKt it v s. ii v s ii m. f.. ms Cou.tance , 1 as In i 411 2S 2 1ft 2J 4H 22 Algonquin 1 as lft 1 4b ou 2 m 11 ft; 11 l'llm 1 3T 41 1 4U 3S 2 23 27 &n 27 The elapsed time made on each leg by each low the yachts over tho course, 8he will leave Tier 1, North Itlvor, at OtflO o'clock ithls morn Ing. and will return to tho city Immediately after the race. llotli Columbia and Defender wcro towed down from New Ilochello vestorday alternoon to an anchorage off Tompklnsvlllo. where they remained last night The Columbia wbb tho first to loave New Itochelle On board wero Mr. and Mrs Iselln. Cnpt Woodbury Kane and Mr. and Mrs John (I. llorcsford Thn splendid craft was saluted all the way down the Bound, while the trip through tho East Itlvor was a continued ovation 1 ho crew, all in white, sat In 11 bunch up near the bow and woro admired on till sldos. Tho Columbia passed Astoria about 4 III) o'clock and afforded a beautiful marine picture A half hour later tho Defender came along, looking almost as trim ns the newer boat Llko CViltiin bin's crew, her seamen worn clad In w 1 te and sat eomfortnbly on the forward rail, while a powerful tug hauled the yacht along rapidly I'asaing under tho brldgo the yachts received a noisy welcome, nil of tho neighbor ing steam ciatt blowing long blasts from their whistles, while the ctnwils on thn ferr)boats cheered loudlv The yachts anchored oft thu club station at Tompklnsvllle, H I Tho Defender Is lu lltm shape. All reports of trouble with the crew of tho boat aro entlrelv erroneous. There has been no trouble ot any sort Mr. Isclln and Cnpt. Barr expressed confi dence In Columbia's ability to administer a sound beating to the Defnndor. whllo Mr. Duncan and Ca.pt lthodes said thnywero hope ful of putting up a strong argument. On board tlio Corsair to-day will be Rear Ad miral Hlgglnson of tho Lighthouse Hoard and Capt LdwardM Shep.ird ot thn Third Light house district They aro going to study thn raco wit h the Idea of putting buojs down around the lightships outside of which tho excursion steamers will have to keep when the cup races nro sailed In October It Is proposed to put these, buoys a mile from the lightships. so that the vaehtsean hnvo plenty of room In which to manitMivrn for thn start The Columbia will curry No (S 14 nnd thn DntonderNo (i 1! In all tlm raci s lu which they sail Nfw ltiKiir.1 i.r, July ." -Tho St Michaels, tender for Columbia, stenmeil away from hero at 1 n clock this afternoon lu order to be ready In ease nnvthlng was needed when the boats arrived at .New lork Defender' tender, thn Catolinn. remained in Lcho Hay. and all tin , nnees-ar) rlggit gwus transferred tohor.as tho cut) yachts will return hem on Frld.i) There was a great deal of activity aboard tho boats all nuuiilng. Tho Columbia's crew waskopt busi fixing all the sails for to-morrow s race, and tho s-iilors on thn Defender were occupied nearly the entlro morning In shifting tlm binds on thn clubtopsall nnd making wlnt thny call a ' Scotchman" This job was completed at noon and tho mainsail was raised mi they could observe how tho altered oluhtnp-all set Capt Ilhodes and thn ofllcers canfull) serutlniynil thn change and concluded it would benefit the Defender In the test raco After lunch the crews on both bo-its denned up and fixed evcrj thing right, prepara torv to the start The usual number of small craft swarmed about the sloops this morning, nnd as they worn tow ml away all thn yachts In F.cho Hay fired salutes nnd thn peoplnwho lined tho Hud son Park shore waved them a good-by boat is as follows: firitlrg Srrond.ta. Third L0. Constance. 1110 1107 2ft ft Algonquin 11 lft 10 -.4 3002 l'thn 10 4 11 41 83 ftll 'lhe wind by this time hnd become qultn strong, and when the second race was endml the jnchtsmen took reefs In their mainsails. This iaisd a little delay, and the third and la-trace of the alternoon wns started atS-.'i'J n'i lock The Palm led again nt tho line nnd th)' other two were close together with thn Constance jo windward U tho first mark the I'alm still led. with the Constance second and the AJgouquin third On the second leg thn ( imstaiien took tlm lend, but tlm Palm managed to keep ahead of thn Mgonqiiln until aftorthn boats had hauled on the wind Tho Constance increased her lead nnd won by '' minutes 4fi seconds nnd the Algonquin beat thn I'alm 1 minute 1VJ seconds Tho tables follow: 'irt fremiti 7"ainf Ftapitd Mark 1rtiA IMrA. Timr. 1 arht. 11. M. R n M. S. II. M. s. M s Constance S Oft Oil 3 1.14 3 43 12sj ro 12 Algonquin 3 oi .hi :i in r.o a 4ft rn n; nr, I'alm 3 05 no 3 m Oft 3 47 47 64 47 Tho elapsed tlmo made on each lee: Firil I.tg. SrcondLrg. Thxrd L'g. SI S M, . M. S. Constance . .. 12 nit 10 OS 27 ftSW Aljonqilln ... 12 3rt 11 14 2t 05 Hilm 12 00 11 oft ,ii 42 Thn total elapsed tlmo for the threo races was Constance, 2 hours ,')fl minutes 41 ', sec onds; Algonquin. '2 hours. 40 minutes H sec onds; Palm, 'J hours ."il minutes fiHS seconds. So the Constance beat the Algonquin H minutes JO's seconds and the Palm 17 minutes 18 seconds. The third series will be sailod to-day, and If the Algonquin should do better another series will be sailed tomorrow. The Shamrock Ready for n Spin To-Day. .pia! Cahlr Pr watch to The 8cm Southampton-. July 5 -Tho Shamrock will stretch her canvas at noon to-morrow. Sir Thomas Upton, with a largo party of friends, will arrive here to-night. Oxford nnd Cambridge Cilckcters Play a Drawn Clnme. Svrctal Cablr Dtltateh lo The Sns, London, July 5 The cricket match between Oxford and Cambridge, which was begun at Lord's on Mohilay, ended to-day In a drawn tame. Oxford acored 1112 runs in tho first limine and 1117 in tho second Cnmbrldeo made 241 In the llrst Inning and 220 In the stcond, for four wickets. Turf Notes. LrxtsoTos. .Tilly ft. .Toe Thayer has given to Oeorgi- Leavlttof Dotton for 7,ooo an option on bl. two-iear old iihenouii nal trotter ihe 1ramp, byJuv bird, dam S irrento. In (Irand s, ntlnel lhe mil U a full brother to Jay Hanker, 2 H'i Dr J. C Mcto) i t D-laware has bought of Ilr M T. Kor w noil oi this uly the slt)c.u 1 Id trotting man by arl Medium, dam b) lcone. for t3,000 Th 111 ire was contractul for jirovlded she tojld trot tluee heats on au averaitLof .' lft'4, and this she has doin NrwAi.K, X. Y . July ft ltaln prevented the coin plttioii or tho programme or the Newark Driving ('lull this aft moon and two heats of tvvo events Old) werepullel otf, lu the 2. IK pace Cora, b in , bv ( urfew and on ned Ii) Jiu'ksoii oft lif ton Springs, N. won two heats In 2 21'4 Lucy h.. n in , by Wilkes Ho) t harks Mnrshilmer, Newark, finished si i end lu the nrst heat and shvvood. gr s . by Arra wood lorn ( lark, Marion. Is Y. finlshoi! second in the sii olid hi st lu tho 2 2'1 pace Fiillns, b in , by Hlstirj.I' Howard. Auburn, taptllrednne heat ntid Little Marn.g in lo Mooiistine, J. 11 Miuir, Warsaw, took arst in the othtrheat. Yachting Notes. The Itegatta Committee of the Windward Yacht Club belifa special meeting at tho clubhouse, toot of Thlrt) siith street B null Ilrookljn, ou Mondsy to loiisidrr the protest of the owurrs cf the Coot, which was tiled against the Ilutb in tho class U boats st the regstta of the organization on Sunday Iho protesting )achtsmen declaredthat thewtnnlng boat Itilth bad failed tn round the bum lu tho loner bay jiroj'erl). The vapor laiiuth of theclub, which fullontd the rcr. broke down and had to he lowed ashoro just bifore the contending boata rouud'd the buov in iiirstion, and the ttcgatu ( oliitiitttee rrilered tUA race resslleil Tn this the owners nf the Ituth and I not protesltd vigorous)), after the que.tiou had been thoroughly dl.uused by the committee, and It was found that neither side would retreat an Inch, It was unanimously de elded to award the prize In the class to the Hags the third craft to finish, and which came la behind the ttuth and Cook NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. FATORAnhE RRPUllT OV JtlttllOi: ClTvJ PATH l.OOKr.l) FOR. Chlnr Knglneer Mnrtln Now nt M'ork on Ills Stnteiiient Dentil of Hugs on Trees More Important Thun Concv Island tYheelways-I'nrk Cmiiiiilssloiiir Tnlks, What will bo done regarding it cvclo path across tho brldgo will be announced by Com missioner of HrldRcs Hlten to-morrow, accord lncto Chlof LiiRlncer Martin. A topurter ot The Sun saw Lnglnecr Mai tin at his olllco yesterday The veteran bililge builder was working nsslduouslj lining foolscap pages with pen and Ink writing At his left band was a sheet of pai er containing a lot of tabulated llg ures When asked what conclusion had been renchod concerning thu construction ot acjele puth over the bridge, the ihlcf engineer re plied "I nm woiklngon tho report now " Ho glanced significantly nt the sheets beforo him. covered tlio upper part with it blottei, and then ndded: "It will bo ready das after to-morrow, nnd Commissioner Shea will give It out." Mr. Martin would not. of course, stato wheth er tlio report he was at wotk upon would bo In favor of acjelo path or against It, but his man ner, as well as his wotds, led tho lupottcrto Infer tlmt it would not bo a Hat refusal, and to bcliovo It likely to bo favorablo to thopiojcct. Tho bicj'clo police of Hrooklyn, It appears, cannot prernt tho cutting up of the Coney Island ejelo paths In midsummer, ns it was begun on Monday. This Is because tho Park Department warrants It. There nro bugs to bo killed in the troes In order to kill them the Park gardening department runs wagons down tho drives and by means ot a pat ented squirt gun of largo dimensions that Is carried on tho cart sprinkles tho leaves of tho trees. It was this kind of a cart, vvlth its horses, that made the ravagos on tho now part of tho return path on Monday, as dcscrlbod In Till. Sun mi Tuesday Tho police wero powerless to Interfere because It was a departmental waRon that trospassed on the path Park Commissioner George V. llrowcr, whon usked jesterday w bother oi not tho use ot tho path was niithoriyed or was an unwarranted prlvllige taken b Iho drivers, said 'The trees have to betaken earn ot and the insects desttoved 1 do not cue nn thing about the piths when it conn- tn saving tlio trees. I h id rather close both paths than hnvo the trees destrojod Tlio riders want shade, don't the) ''" " Is It not iKji-slblo lor the trees to bo sprinkled by wagons moving along the drlvewav and the waRonwny, without Rolngoutho cjclopath'" was usked " Wo havo to sprinkle the leaves on all sides and if the tnnn cannot (get at them from one position they have to go where they tan loach thorn Wo don't care nnvthlng nbout the P iths when It comes to gutting nttho trees. What ever damage has been done will bo repaired " Regarding the making ot a vv Ider pissagn for tho delists who ride along I ort Hamilton ave nue on the outsideof l'rijs t Park, nttho placo whoro they enter upon the plaa opposite "(Lite Four" at tin- Imad of the llniiiovard. Commissioner Iirower sajs that Im never his been requested to do nuvthlii:; of the kind About six wcoks ago then was a rider killed by being forced tn swerve owing to the narrowness of the flagging nt this point He h ul to swing out, and in doing so ran Into a woman, which caused him to fall dlreitly In front of .1 troley car The Magging as now anauged for riders at this end of the park Is just about foui feet wide On each side of it then' are at least tluee feet ot waste space that might Ic utilized ill widening this passage llesldes the itcith cited many accidents hive occnried nt this point, which is popularly known as "Tlm llest." because of the lestrlctdl mum for those golnc and entiling lhe rideis and the police have made frequent com plaints concerning it nnd tlm accidents it lias caused have been published (. itiimis loner llrovver sas. howevet, that 1m iner nad his attention especially directed to It be fore Tin Sun reporter mentioned the subjei t lie added that II ndligiamof the place was presented to him Im would seo whit eiuld be done Althoughthedangnrofthopl.il" his been repeatedly alluded to bv the newspapers. Cunimlssioiior lliower piofossed Ignotaiiee of tho need for an) change 'lhe alteration necessary could be done bv three men In as many hours and would cost only a few dollars Commissioner Iirower delivered an address before tho Associated ( jillngl lubsot Ilronkl) n at the April nicotine at which ho declared himself a zealous guardian ot thn Interests ot cj'Clersand drivers rnil.AHKt.rHU. July" - s. new world's record, several exciting finishes andaercilitablnl'ourtli of July crowd Istho icsumo nf the race meet held vesterda) uftnmunn at Woodsule Park bv the National ( vclists' ssm-l itinn The new record was mado by Kusol and (i-imlmn In the quarter of a mile tandem race, cover ing the dlstnnce In 21 2-n seconds ngainttlm I former record of 24 4-ri seconds The unlimit ed tandem pursuit race vv is between Hobby Thomson and srchlo McKai limn, ropie sentlng Toronto, and John Im merman and 11 II Stevens ot Phil ideli hla At the end of the llrst mile, which was cov ered in 2 minutes and fi seconds, the Phil adelphia team had gained about twentvjnids Tho second mile was coveied by them In t minutes and H seconds, and the third mile lr il minutes nnd '. seconds lly this time they were within one-quarter of a Ian of thn Toronto bo s. who had started from the half lip mark, and thev c night up to them before three and n half miles hail been completed In 7 minutes and 4H seconds CmrAOO, July 5 In the Pullman road race, lit', miles yesterdav, I.eroy II. Hendor. an unattached rider, was thn winner Frank Davis of the Hronkllno Cycling Club won the time prim In 40 minutes 47 1 ." seconds There were 'J.VI starlets nnd 1H1 finished 'I he courso was mudd) and heavy from tho rain NOTFS Miller, the chsmplon six dsy rider, sailed for this eitv ou aturda) A.ftir his arrival he intends to tn gsgo in pai ed racing, . H. The new law relating to bicycle ordinances has been published In full bv- 1iif-in. You will an 1 It In the morning paper of June 2",. in the first column on page h ft is officially known as Chap ter it J4 of the Law a of New nrk " Hurt" schlneer, the six day rider, is a new as pirant for i seed races Si hlneer thinks also thst he can ride behind a locomotive faster than Murphy did and Is anxious to try. Tho National Circuit of tbo N, C. A. begins at Berkeley Oval on Saturdav. Dlfflcnltlea In Way of I'lntt-Iletts's Trial Agnlnst Murphy's Uncord. Special Cablr DritaUh foTllr Srv. London', July ,ri Tho authorities of thn Great Central Hallway Company epressed their willingness to assist tho blcjcllst. Piatt Hetts. In his attempt to equal or surpass the record of thn Amnrlcan rider. Murphy, nf a mile within n minute, but thn llrst obstacle was the difficulty In finding a level stretch ot five mllcsalongthn line Platt-Hetts Increased tho difficulties by requiring thn company to assume tho responsibility for such damages as spectators might do to thn crops, fences. Ac , nnd tho general manager of thn railway, alter deliberation, refused to take part in tho affair rRlSCK OF IMf.Jfa; A Tr.RESTF.U. Ilo IlespenUa a Cordial Reception for America's Athletes llrltisliers Tinlnlng, fprnal Callt tlripatrh to Til r Scv Loshon, July ," -The athletes of Oxford and CambrldRo universities vv ho ato to tako part In tho coming contests with repn scntatlves of Yale and Harvard are gradually getting them selves Into shape at Tunbridgn Wells They have no trainer, but C N Jackson, one of thn dons ot Hertfonl College, who has i barge of the team, directs their work daily h telegraph from Oxlord. Xhn men will goto Fastbouriio to-morrow, and will on alternate days visit thn Queen's Club track at Kensington, where the International contests will tako placo The men say that the) arn indifferent ns to wlicthor thn American athletes Hurko and Quintan raco Thev would Im pleased to meet them They dnslrn to meet the I est team tho Americans can produce Mr Hunter, tho Cap tain of thn team. Slid tn-dav tint he did not consider his men, all around, as good as the team which competed with the Americans llvo jiars ago, but he belii-ved they would show better results He ml led "The Amorlcans. how over, train moro ener getically nnd In a more buslness-llko way than wo do Whatever tho international result of tho contests may be they arn sure to bo a social success. The Prlnco of Wales will attend the games He Is specially Interested, and wishes to see tho Americans well received and hosp. tably treated. Wn will do our host to carrj out the Prince's wishes ' Jeffries to light Mitchell In tugiist. Seeeial Cablr Pttpatrh to Tlir Scs London, July !i Brad Jeffries' manager, has accepted Mitchell's terms to light Jiffrles at the end of August, I nortsmim', 6001R cSnortjsmnn'jJ (See... I dose 1 fipiir ; 412 MILES IN 47 HRS. 40 MIN. J" Irs. Irene Brush, the noted century rider of Brooklyn, finished the first four hundred miles ever made by a woman on Sunday, July ad, at 5:40 A. M. Sho rode two wheels, chaliiless and chain gear, 82 and 93 Rear respectively. " Easi est running wheel I ever rode," she remarked at the finish. If easy for her, why not for jou? YOUR INSPECTION INVITED. L. P. HOLLOWELL, Eastern Representative, N. Y. Furniture Exchange, 6th Floor Grand Central Palace. 43d St. and Lexington Ave., N. Y. 'LS 1 Spalding and Bae Ball are synon ymous. For twenty-three years the name of Spalding has been a household word in base ball. Spalding's trade marked goods are used by the National League, the minor leagues, colleges, athletic clubs and amateur ball players around the lots, because they realize that to play good ball it is necessary to have the best article produced. The article bearing Spalding's trade-mark is the best. Now, don't be deceived, don't accept articles because they are lepresented to be "just as good as Spalding's." Everything for the ball player. The SpiMinir League Bill, $1.25; other Kjod bise balls at 25c, $0c, 75c ,51.00. The "sp.iktuii; Bit, 75c; other bats, at 25c. and 50c A fine line of Citchcrs' Mitts for right or Iclt landed base ball players at 25c, 50c , $1 00, Si 50. Infiilders' Gloves at 25c, 50c, Jt 00. . C M'UUIUi i-i:l;ilv iM'tLlinCMIHULL CO. l'.'it. DO Nassau St I '-!. 111. fill 4'.'d Bt. " bicycles: 20 Standard Makes! $ 1 5 to 350, Cash or Installments S. B. DAVECA, ii'2 i:. 14th M. HOI! .'ill Av. AMOlllJl MOII.N IllL- IIAV. Lends the Atlantic mlit Club's .squndrnn Kim to l!i lilueuiirl. nntix.FpoitT. Jul) D Tho Amorlta. W. Gould IlroKavv s li.mdsomo lin.it. led the licet of the Atlantic acht (lul) In its llrst squadron run of tlm sc.isoii to-day on the Sound Shortly alter 10 o'clock t tie beats were sent awav off l.aieliiiiiint The Sachem quickly took tho lead, which she maintained to Katon's Neek, vvhi'io hhe v s overhauled bv tho Ainnrita. Tho latter 1 asset! Commodoro Adams's boat to windward and led the licet to lllack Hock, where she dropped anchor shortly niter '2 o'clock, ni.iklnu' tho entlro run in II hours 40 minutes 41) secoi.ila The wind ilitouRliout the daj held steadily to southward, arviiu, tint vet) sliulilly at times to southeast. Tho sloop Lcllpse, lo-t her topmast just olT Colli spline harbor and was olilii,') d to put 111 tin e tor lep.nts This was theollh .iceliKtlt of the dav I'he committee s tin;. I I, Lip kenhaeh. in eharee of (ol Hivld I AusU 11 .iii.l Lotus .laeksoti. accompanied the bo. its uver the eouisc Tin1 visitors vveii) entertained In rlcht rnval stjle hv the lliiilucpiut .aelir ( lub, the mem. bets of which had taken even precaution to make their Kiie-ts stti) .in enjoi.ililHono Fir works, dancing; and music vvuro thu older of the evenniK 1 ho sunun.irv . CLASS 1 SCIIOONKlth 1 ltACINO TIIIM. Flapied Start. Finish. Timr Yacht aud On nrr h 51 s h. m. s. n v, r. Amorlta, W 0 Prelaw 10 '.'0 00 1' 1111 40 3 o o c I ss L'-si HOIIM'IIS is l UtllSIMl TIIIM L'dj Kv'ljll,.! K, aik nilllli 'JO oil 2 'Jl IX 01 IS Katrllia It K. I . I rt In JO no 2 lo .11) ,1 CO 11) ItaiiK 11a, II M vvl.nioili. lu .'11 on 2 oi) 111 a 411 10 haclli 111. F. '1 dnlus III 0 imi 1:04111 3 44 UO I I Ass :i UVIn (IVF.lt 411 1FFT Huron, It. h llat.li lo in on 'j it) .is 4 Oil SB CLASS 4 sloops OVHl 4H IF.KT OI1UISINO I I.VSS Pcniruin Geo. Mutts, n in 10 on 2 HI 00 4 on 00 K. Ill He. I.. ( all 111 ill I" Iuiki Illsalilsd Ilaiililic, (im. (1 ilaml 10 in 00 2 PI 10 4 01 10 I I V.SS ,"1 1,11 M. MlllllS SPFCIAI.. Ondavva, VV..1 Holens .in In no 2 ','.' no 4 12 00 Aa, 1 I.ranlil M in 00 2 3 I .'.2 4 13 1,2 1 1 ss il si oops 411 1 FI r rill'lMNO CLASS 7rmilila 10 In 00 2 Hi rt 4 nu r Knliiloii, I,. u.ur in lo un 2 41 no 4 an 0) II mile . 10 10 10 2 r, no 4 ;,r, 10 III lllllclllllil . in in n 1 Nnl timed Vali)sso lo 10 nil hut tuned. arik . in mil) .. 11T 00 1 RT 00 'I In' winneis wete A mm it, 1, Katrlna, Huron, lViiKiiln, Ondaw.t and enobl.i American Vni lit Club Uccattfi. The annual remtta of tlm merio.111 Yacht Club was s.ulcd off tho luhliousn at Jlilton I'oiut i htcrdav It was the fourth race nt tho raoiiii: circuit , but was not the success tint was oipoctoil The Iiik r.ieo at I.nielimont sceiued to have satisllcdthe vnehtsnien fur a while, and null twelve vnehts stinted These niehts were suillviite.ltli.it linn were 1, ices in only threo el isscs Thi' lli'Kutl 1' illllllitteetlleiltnilldili e the lelilsmi n to in ii,esp, nnl classes, but they I referred to h iv vv ilkuvers ll the inniiiini; theic was n lint e'llm ..11 the north shoieofttiu 1 Sound, ami It was alter 1 o'clock when tho v.iehts weie started It is pr liable th it tho lack of wind I- 1 1 nrinv jaih'n limn H.ichlni; , the startinu inn . is Micro vveie tweut) .hi en tries 111 the h nuts nl thn committee Shortly I alter iidoii tin 10 vvasa little wind from the southwest, and It kept mi men iisiiik until It III) VV illllte fleslilj 1 ill' r. Ills.' was a tn- I atiKiilai one fi t all class 's The in 'litsstailed , in tb" niiil'lle of one si.ln mi. saind one ami tlm e-ilti.irti is miles 1 ast-inutlie 1st, then 1 south tlirci and seven-, inliths miles: tlieti I liolthwi-t time Hid sevell-eishtlis miles, nnd tin lie ist tioitlii 1st .uin ,-ui.l llic-elirliihs miles It was a r nh on the ll st lei;, then a beat to the -ecnnd mark : then 11 bio ul reach lo the net mark, and an aeli lioiiiw I 'Iho hi'stril. Suit in. Aeiishln, Florence, 1 helua and 1'sper in 1 h id walkovers In tho ' three el isses that wero contested tlio Nln or Lose beat the gul iu '."i sccniids, the Vera beat tlm l) 1'.' iiiliiutes.ri.l m 1.1 il, and the Ka ' Za a ndded ainithei Ihu; to her -trnii; b) win- I lilriK from the ( apt Th" Siiinii aiy lollows. sii'it-5i limi clvss si ait r I i.l . tiurit Corrrdrd l.rna h. 1 iiitr. timr. Yarkt nnd 0 1 nr, rit 11 m v ll m. s, Kistrrl.J 11 Mill- 4i 4il 1 17 '.' 1 .IT 6J VAVVlj. I I InilT 1 I V"S si .111 I Ti. Sultan, C. s. Sun, crvllb as so 2"n.'',4 2 0.' fV4 simile .tit 11111I I I.AsssrAlir 1 .1 Acuslili, C fi. Wills .'WHO 2 (. S3 2 02 r2 CAMS I llh-W IOOT I I iss SIAIIT I 46. W.in nr Los. J B splilsl))' 2 I Ml 2 2s 10 2 2R f,, sJulVlvs. lit riti A hi'ith 21 x; 2 20 2S 2 .'O 2H Ol FN I VTs '."1 IOOT I I ISS srillT 1 50. Florcmo, A Arthur .'2 04 2 41 Mi 2 41 r.9 01 1 s 1 Ms .'I inor c 1 vssi, hr.nr 1 ',n Vera. A M llrallej 20 OT 2 JT ', 2 27 15 Ol It N II v.il ID II .' 42 .'J 40 IIS 'iiiv. ii- is inor 1 1 is -si wir 1 ")0 ka a 1 T I M 1 ililll 17 2i 2 11) 4s 2 11) 4S (act MiiirtiistliiiKPr HiTO Did not finish. e x asm 1 is-21 toor u -simit 2 1 m. Tlielea A I1 Tlisyfr 21 .0 2 24 (a) 2 24 00 sixioi's -srrriti BO rooTcrsas staut 1 16 Esj.erama.il 0 lliTtuifyr.3u.C0 1 C3 60 1 63 60 BICYCLES. CAMERAS. Crnu fords, Prenio, Wolfl-Amnrlcnns, Ascot, Ilnnirs, Klondike, Stenrns, Wlinril. llaytons. Edison "" Phonorn.ha. $J DOWN J H and I PER WEEK, or Proportionate Monthly Fajmenta. I Eanitame General Proviiiing Go. I , 1 c c. a. v. co.") 9 N ESTABLISHED 1801. I B 2fl Broadway (Columbia Bidet ) U m 112a Broadway iTowasend Hide, SBth at.) 187 liontai;i" st Ulrooalyn.i . H R Open Monday and Friday Erenlnea. 1 TESTS. Wall tents, tuft, n nt. duck, JO 67. Camping out fits, foldlm: cots, tables chairs. JOHN 0 HOI'hl.VS A CO., lltiCliamheraat.. M, T, rpiItFa-IlANOVFIl OPAItANTKED H3.00. QUV I KBIl HI. 'Id. HAItlFOItllS W2.00up IIANOVl-.lt 'HUE CO., i:i'J E. g3d. Xhe ilurf. BRIGHTON , DAPCQ Daily at 2:30 P.M. ' laMUEsO ltaln or shine. Concert b) 1 auder Tako any Cone) Island rouU. 'I'AHSITV A1I1I.ICTES SAIL. Picked Men of Ilnrinnl anil Ynln Off to Meet Oxforit anil Cntnhrldce. Harvard and Yale cheers mitiKlod yeBtorday when tho American llnor Ht. Louis backed out of her dock boarlnc thu pick nf tho athletes of I tho two universities, who aro crossing thi) ocean to com peto ncalnst the representatives of Oxford and Cambridce nt the (Jueen's Club ctounds, London, on July '22 The pier head was crowded with Graduates, undercraduates and adherents of the colleges when promptly nt 10 o'clock tho word was Klven to cast off the hawsers The bit shed hid the pissoncors from view until the boat got under way and the enthusiasts craned their necks to catch a cllmpse of tho men. Uiouped In the ccntro of tho blc crowd wero nbout twenty athlctlc-lookinc jounc men, most of them decked out ill straw hats with the Yalo blue band. There was time for a few moments' ichcaralnc of the combined Yale-Harvard cheor beforo tho occupants of tho saloon deck came in sluht. Tho 11 ns thu rear smokestack of the steamer drew levol with the pierhead the air miik with thn cry PreL 1 k ck ex max, toax brek ek ek.ez'coax, coax, w. vv Im 1 up v.luv up. Paralialiiu-Valcl ltah! ItaUl -. llah Uali' ltah Kali! Harvard' Scaicely had the checrdled away beforo Mrs. W Ii (' 1 islier, mother of the iale Captain, wns J illsciirned by tlio crowd, llnnki d on either side hi hei sons Thoinas and ' .Ned" .Mrs 1-ishor waved a novel llau that aroused another burst of chcerlni; Half the Kroundwork was Yalo , hltie. with tho " Y " embossed, and the other Inlf waserimson. with tho "II" staudlnBout in bold relief Chcoi after cheer saluted tho emblem nf tho two princlpil factots In coIIceo spmts A few moments later tho main body of athletes, peiched on tho forward rail, were urccted with the triple Harvard cheer, fol lowed by a voile) of hurrahs and a loni;-drawn-out Y-a-l-e Led b E Jansen Wendell, tho team echoed the cheer, and amid Intenso ex citement tho vessel drew clear nf her duck and Hivuni; around with tho tide, while slogan after slnnan llonted across tho river to tlio roceiliuir athletes Amnm; those who- nsslsted at tho rouslnc send-olT wero Davo Goodiich, capt lln of Har vard 'Hi crow nnd KoiikIi ltidor: W I). Bren nnii and C JI Dull. Yalo; It ( l'lshcr, former iitplaiii of thn Now lork A ( : .1. V Fisher, New iork A ('.; C C ituuhos and the father, motlu'i undsistorof II .1 lliuvvn, tho Harvahl Inmtner thrower. 'I lie men on the team and tho probablo events In which they will compote nre. ion anl l)asli-F A. Mount mid r Dupee. Yalt; J T. Ilicln and F. J. v'nnlail, llxnird. cjuaitir-Mile ltim-Ii lScar.liuaii ami T It. Fisher, lab . llilf Mile ltun-T, K. llurke, Harvard, and J, P, Ad un. ab'. Mile II1111-C 11. Rpltfr and P. Smith. Yale. three Mile Ituii-ii p i larke and II. W Foots. Hnrvatrl and C K Piliuer, iale Hma.1 Jiimp-C. 1) Dal) and J. T. Harrlimton, llaivard lliinwlui: in pouiiil lljinniir-W A Deal and II. J ltrnivii ilariard ljiwIi'liiiiin-A N Rue andC V Itoicli, Hamrit. llurdli-s-r, ... ,.n,l J w Hall, well. Harvard, and W M lincke. v. ale ' I'lnni the moment the athletes boarded the sip. shnttly nfter ! o'clock, they wero the chief obji cts of Interest to tho IiIk crowd of p.'issetiKers There vvasa sense of tiui'crtalnty " as to whether the haKKnue of th nwiisou boird. lllltl' Jesse ll Hun. Illllll, l'nsldeut 1 and ninmiKcrof the 11lo . arrived Ho had lust In en appointed mannipTiif the eoinblned leam, ami n irted to the Joint Cniiiinittcn tint all the men and their lielniiBinifs wera s.itel) on the ship Thieii members of the eoinniittie sailed with tho mi n. K. Jansen vVeuiiell, tin old llnriarl Muuti r. who has a loin; list of victories to his credit, nnd a record f f ID seconds for the hundred , (irorwe II Mnr lnn, n du il wliinei of the Intercolli Kinte inllo race, nmi until leei ntli holder of the Harvard ri cord of 4 minutes list. 'l.r, seconds for the ills, tance. ami Hums Ilronks, Jr .of ale, who n his da) had the distlnetlnn nf twlcn dofoit Im; the fiiniuiis ' l.mi " Mjers for tlm 'J'.'O-jnnl championship nf America l'hey were husy for an hour before sailing time, looktni; after the berth neeommo Intl ms of the men and In troilueun; them to the m my Yale and Harvard rooteis w ho iveri- also makliiK thn trip Those iiieludeil Waltei ( amp ami .Mrs Camp, lloscom Johnson, captain of next ears Vain track teim. N irm 111 Iltni!h.iin, foimor captain of llarviird track team . (IllmaiiCollainore, an old Harvard toiler. W O lliekok, a member of thu lain team nt'iiihst Oxford In 1KI4, W F 11. Hi riser, lleniy ( hiholin. C J I iceborii. E C. (itaiiberr). It J .Moore. (I s Oliver and Leon nrd M 1 homusof alo In spuiklni; of th" chances of the team abroad 'I minor ( npland of the Yale men said: I think our men would bo holier off If their stn 011 the other sldo before tlm names wan about throe days less The) nre tolerably lit now ami will mil) be put thro.uih easy work whon wo land I have received a communica tion from an ithlot,1 well known on both sides of the water, advlstni; us to take our tniriinir spins nbout duk The feel tni: appears to 1 0 in favor of Ameti i'ii s e lanes, and I hnvi 1.0 doiilit that we will m ikeuKOod flcht lor the old event. I ho Im r lie race iscniisi Icred tho vital contest, and I look foi iiileeldul Iniiirovement in thn form of mirliaii repn si ntatives whenthuy run on thn iiicoinpnr ihu I'ucllshturf " I rilnerL.itlirops.ini 1 ,.1';irard iiien will have to account for tho half niiln, iiik'h jump, hurdles and hammer throwlnir, if these events nre to he won by our 1 team We depend on alo to win the quarter mile run and thus assure 1 tctory for our eld."