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THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 3, 1809. 5 H . fH BROOKLYNS FINALLY TOi7 ju:fxat tub Baltimore irr a closelv VL.trun oamc. Hnnloni Win Two (lame frrim tlio Now YnrUs nnd Tnko Ne conil rinre-lMtslitii'B Outpoint St. Limit nnd Louisville Win. Aflor lotlng throo straight games to tlio Hal tlmorcs. tho lirooklyns managed to defeat them yeBte rday by ft'ecore of 4 to 3. Tlio lfcmtons captured ft double-header from tlio Now Yorke and took second plnce from tlm Phlladelphlas. who had ft lay off. Pittsburg won fiom Bt. Ixiuli anil loulsvlllo outpla-ed Chicago, tlio latter team now bolnc In danger of dropping furtlior down Id tlio list. Tlio results: JJiooXlyn, ; Baltimore, a Boiton, 11; How York. .. iFlratOame". Bolton. ruNewVnl. '. (Second (lame), fltttbiire 7. St o'" " LuuUtlllr.il Chicago,!, -n iki:obi. rrr F'r . w.. tut cent, riubi. rr. r.'it. Ctni. !&. M " i'hi ChlMto . . .71 71 .r,00 8.?nwT ' Hll '"' t.27 Lnnlivllle. 71 72 .4117 5f!i?J.i;i,i5i M ..'" Kttibiir."... .71 Tt 4B7 SWl'lmlrS !' '" r.nu New i .irk 67 H .407 Jt'l-Sms ii ' .i.rt WMhlBBlOB-41' i ? "uetall...77 4 B40Cl.ttl.lld .-loin .1:15 IIIHKlKI.YK. 4: TliI.TIMOIIE.:i. IULTiMime. Oct. 2. After a Imrd light tho Huporbiirmnnngedtoivlti tp-d-iv's game from flic Orioles All the rntisof both teams were niRiln on eriora. The llrooltlytis were the first offenders and virtually saw Hi; name to the locals, but when Itcnmo tn their tin n the IJalt mures magnanimously handed It back to thplr I opponents The game was ti hard one for Mc- (iliinltr and Dunn Both men pitched great ball.' It le hard to Ray which excelled, their work being about par. The contett wasahar nctorlzod by continual kicking on both ablet. After the gamo foratlmnlt looked as though the bleaehorltes wero going to handle Dwyor roughly, but wiser lieadH prevented and tho eiowd satisfied Itself ttlth jeering and hissing the umpires as they paused on their way to the driMinc rooms. The score I AlllUor.F. ' Br.OOKLTX. n. h ro, a. r. . h. rn. a. t. M'ort ." 1114 ii Keller. If .. 1 2 1 i llnlmra.lf .1 I 2 11 nKrrlfl. rf. 1 ii 1 0 1 Den-nnt Sb 0 1 2 ll JcnnlngB.lb 2 J 14 1 IP l-ldlr if ll II 2 I) o lones.cf. II 1 2 O 11 Kri.lrr ... II I 2 I Daly. 2b II I 13 U hlnUril.ir I 1 - o ii rleley. ...o 11 2 4 1 1 m Imnrr. lhl 2 7 1 1 ( aaev, ab. .O 0 I 2 1 uilih.o ii o 11 1 I Mi'ini re, e. n 1 2 o 0 lMliuuiiy.po i' ' l (,Duun, i. 1 n 1 4 1 Tot' ll 7 24 a 1 Total.... 4 C 20 16 4 MiOliinlt out forlntirfermce. Urn ln oooiooo n -4 Ujltllnnn -u ii ii 1 o o II 2 o-i rut' Wae on errois Hiltlniote. 4 B.oiklyn 2. I pit on luirt I'-illlnioro 4 Ilrookltn, r. Hrt lm. on lialli 1)11 Milililltr. ' Struok o.lt lly Iiunn, 2. 'I-lin ht tinlimv. I.a hinie, li.- lm ill. Hnlinl" Mi liilirr, ho lrr li. llnnMt i liin-Hdv. .lumliiui-ii'l wrikler. liiiiiid rali. . ' Hit In pliiliei-j MiO'linltj. 1 tir Dunn, 1. I r j a. id lull 'ni Hi. I mi Ir e-1 niello and l)wer. Atirmli.il e-l.iou. Iln.e 1 liourund 4r. mtntit.r. nivros. 11: nkw nr.K. O-riiisTiiAMK. lSuhiiiN. Oct. ' rndereondltlnnM thnt made I n I pl.iymi: tilmot crueltt to aiilnnl, tlio New VirUs went donn twlci tn-ilny liefore I he Una. 1 ton ii a double header The thormonieter ri'Kl"ternl about 4(1. tintl a few fluke of mow fell, but I'mi.lre Nwnrtwooil forced the tonine tn pi.iy ball. The tUitor, wore badly out- plnjeil In both cullies liy the Itontonn. who put iupa remarkable uaineor ball uiuli" the con dition, liettlc. ttho pitched tho llrt came, war an eiiry proposition for the champion ttho hit him hard. The second came was MartediiKiiiiit tho protests of both captnlna. nml only lv innlmjalnero played, ae further ii at itiK bream" impomltile. Seymour, who was in tlm box for New York, took one of his flights In thi'tliltd.wlion tho liotoin landed on hlmfur -x hiiH. tt hieh. with two haws on bntln.yleliled he runs This was sunicietit to win the cntr.e. 1 s tln beit New ork ooulil do was two runs In he flftli and citm In the sixth, youtic Utility itoliiK uulte a pu.:7le Sttnrtttood eallnl tho iame niter the Ilnstun had completed their I.alf of therlxth. Hemes: imi-rnN I mw yoaa. it. a. rn. a. r. it. n. rn. a.t. Ilamllten rf. l I o o n fll.l'n, lf..o 0201 Trnnrt.lh 0 211 2 11 O'Brien 3b 1 1 o I 1 I.uii.- 0 11 11 2 11 pat la, 1 4 Ti ll 11 lmflj If a 2 1 2 lilintlr.lt.. 1 1 T 1 1 Kt.lil. rf 2 a 2 1 Olllroii, 2b.l 2 8 2 1 Ciill III, 31 3 2 o ii 11 VUlon. c, 11 O 3 O o l,nT. 2I 112 3 llKlimlntr. rf.l 0OO0 fiitllvan, c t 1 2 1 11 We'iliulf rf o o 4 o o I irill, p . .0112 nflet'ti;, i o 1 0 0 11 T.il.li 1113 27 11 O Total.. .6 8 24 10 4 BotMn O O o t 2 2 3 8 11 . ork 0001 0 0 4 11 o 0 Two I am hits Teniie3 , Iiatlr, Lowe, Rullivan. Tlirrr- baur lilt- o llrlrn, Home run tthl hacri fir lilt I owr. lelMi hsrrp If nnry, Bulllt.tn, Hi tli. Kirrt lar nnlalle-OffOeltli:, e. off Will. a, 2 slriuV "lit BrOytthr. 1 Unnhle plava Trnnty, IxniK.nd M1IU. Doyle ami l'atis NtlM pltihrt Mllll-l ilittli: 1 'lime I hours ami 41 minute". Umrirrs Swattword and Hunt. Attendance, 2ul). iiostos, 5; new lorn;. '1 sr.coM) ome. lOaTON. NFW TnnK . II. PO A. I. n. n. ro. A. K. rrl'bce, ef 1 1 1 0 o Vanll't'n. If.o 0 0 o o Irnnry, Ib.l 2 o l ii'lirirn.3!i 0 0 12 i) IrnK, .... 1 o o 3 ODatla, 113 10 lninv.lf. , 1 1 I o o Do) In, lb. i) 1 n l o t-'ahl rf .. 112 0 n nleaann. 2b 1 12 10 tollin. ah o 2 o o o Warner, r 1 tool lone. 2b., I) 1 2 2 0 Flrlulnif. l f 0 o 1 ll 0 llrrnrli.c o 2 .'I 1 ll Woodinff.rf "10 0 Ba.ley, p. 0 i) I o ii Sej mour. p 0 1 1 2 o Total. . . f. 10 IK 1 Tottlr. .3 r. is 7 1 Toiton ... o o r. 0 0 o ft S'ew Vork. ... 0 O 11 0 2 13 fltolrn bales Lontr, Woodruff. I- Ir.t ba.e on ball. Oil hatmour. 3. lltiler, 1. hlnick out lly Ballry, 2 Hit l.y pltclird ball-Hy Sej mour, 1. Implrea Bsartwood and Hunt. llTTHia'RO, 7: bt. locis, n, St. I.orm, Oct 2. The l'lttubuw nlrate. drfeated the P.rfotto. to-day. Cy Yotiny twirlrd for the Lome tram ml ilray for tlir tutors Thrrcatea mautr.crnt exnililtinii of piti'lilm up to the ninth iunliiif. Attendatuo 700. Tho rcore. n. locu. ' rinsscRn. a. n. eo. a. e. n. it. to. a. it. Iionlin, rf .12 10 1 Braiim't,cf..ii 1 4 o u Hlakt. rf .12 4 1 ii McCarthy. If 1 2 o 2 o Enrkett, lf..o 110 1 Mlllatni.3b.2 .1 1 2 o Klmik. lb. o 1 u 1 0 MrCrierr.rf () o a o n Tress. Sb . o o .1 (i 1 Hlllon, lb .2 null Wallacr.ua 1 1 :i 4 a Ely, ft 1 2 1 1 u Hood 2"j o o I 0 oMIirltrr. c 0 2 a l o llinlnn.i ..1 1 3 11 0 Smith, 2D. . II O 4 3 0 Tuiuntr, p. .1114 nOiay, p. ,o o l 2 o llcidnck.t 110 0 n Totals . 7 1227 10 1 Total.. .it l(i2tl lO ll srhrttrr. lilt by batted ball, tllattod for Younz in the ninth, o'Ctnnor running the haves m i.ouin .. .o n a ii o o i o a a l'littburc ..0 .10 10 o 2 o 37 Homo run McCarthy Ihree-baao hlta Burlow, Iinnlin SarrilUo hlla Orosn, Waltare, Fir.t bate nn balU on Yoiiin;. li efr rtrar, n. Dnublo plat Illakr and Crna, htruck out Hr Youin, 3 rtolrn liar-Hnrilt, 11, mini. Hit by pitched ball Bf ov UnipirrN Oday and McDonald, Time 2 lioura and 1. iniiiulei, lilt IHt II i.r 0; CHICAGO, 1, rHirAi.e.Oci. 2.- ltr.be Waddrll pitched wonderful tra'l forthr ColonrlK, allottinirbitt thrrn niratrti hlta and bn akitu; tin n rord of this toiaon by ntitklm out thlite n men. He received fair rupport ami aa arenlt ttm tihitora scored an nT tictorv Aside from Madden pitchim: tho Bamo ttas drtoid of fc Aiurce Tl e fccorr: rUICAno. LOUUTILLI. h n, rn, A. T. II, 11. po. A. X, Drren. If . o o 3 1 0 Hoy, cf ... 1 o o o o l.i cr rf....o 1 1 l o Clark. If . O .1 2 o O I ventt. lb o o 7 n o Lrach, ab .0 0 2 0 0 Jlrriri rf ooooo ttasner. 2b O 1 2 ll ri Unrf. 2bi) i) o o o Krti'ham. rf.o 1 o u o llri"nik2b.O 1 4 1 lKellr.lb. 2 2 14 ll O KndliT.aho ii 2 2 o Lattlmer.o .0 2 3 2 0 liiiLi'D,l O 1 II 2 o l'lluniau.ai2 1111 b mliiir.c 1 o 11 3 1 Waddall. p 1 1 ll o O Oi until, p .0 004 2 1," inn, r f...O I) 1 0 H Totals . 0 1124 3 1 IlolaU . 1 8 241 4 Chiai . .0 o o o 1 O 0 n 1 I."iimdlc. .. . I) 3 O I) il 2 1 o-tj Flint I a.u on enors Chicano. 1, Toulnvll'o, 2. left, n bnara rhu'iKo, C: L"Uiatille, 7. I'lr.t ba.e rnlnlla off Oritl.tli. 4 on ttaddrll. 4. Struck out lit iirilhtb, 1. luWadlell, 18. Ttto-lune hlta Isttimtr. I'llnL-man. Hacnnce hlta Trtch I.ittl lurr, Clinnnifln. Btolrtt 1 aet Mcforintck, Iiunalitie. Hoy, Clarke. Double plat a Gnnith, Pona-Inn- and Kteritt. Lani:) and Bradley, Oreon anrt liradlr t Hit by pitrhcr-By Onfntli, 1 : bi Waddall. 1 I'aiaid ball ltttliner. lTn p rei- Latham and Conully TlUit 1 hour and 40 tulnutin. I Oilier (iniiios. Princrtoi', Oct. 2. Theaophomore cla.aba.eball team defeated the iuiiiora this a'lernonu, In the nrst Etr.ie of the Interclaaa aerlra fur the class champion. lnp of tlio univeralty. Tho score. n. it, e. H'O.i ... . .4100 27 r, 1 1 "si .iiooi r,-n ii 4 llitterles Scott and Orotn. Watkinaand Kafcr. Ilnnoliall Cninet To-Day. .ATIOStI irtOCK tNP AMri'tl IS AfSOCIATtoaj, Now "inrl at Bn.tou ; Brooklyn at Wa.hlncton , riil'.deiphl.i at Baltimore, I'lltaoiiri: at Bt. Loula. Louiatlllr atCliicaco. nnaelmll Note. 1 here Is a letter at thla nfflce for Jerry Ilurley. The lMiiuTillrs won ten uamrs und acorrj 117 runs aualn.t the ( letelanda, whllo the lail-rndrrt i.i linnet four uauica and clnled Itie ba.ra rlity t lllla. In the r rlr brtwern the Pliiladflphlas and the Ci'i uinatia, the guakrrA won ten ranim and rcoml ( klit mclit ruu.. aualn.t four tu tone, and r.xty t" n ik for tlm llrd.. I he stilmrhan Baai ball Club of Bronx bnrousli ha. 1 in uiii-hed one of the ni"t i cc ..sful ma.otia in I" li itiiri.tvlnulni: twenty out nf tlio twrntvaix talma uiiiiidiiu the Iter liuphy for the chain- (I .iuaii of the boroiieh Ilniketlinll. Thr Orient Wheelmen baakrtball tram la fait inundintr Into ihape Teanin, i aprclally out of town, ii'sirinj! iramei aliould addreia the niauacrr, K. t. Mallinr. 'r4,7j rUH:uiti Mfllltc. Jltei'Hyn. HACIXH. lllsh-Clai. 1'ntrlea for l'nll Oprnlns t Mnrrls I'nrk. The fiutumn meetlnn of th WoMchetter Ilaclnir Aetoclatlon open tills afternoon at MorrlaPark with n programme fully upto tho classic etanilpolnt ndtocatnd by tho Jookoy Club, The rod-lotter event on the card la the Matron Stakes of S'JO.OOO for two-year olds. Of the ninety-ono younneters ellctble for tho rich prize elchteen wero named Inst nlirbt an probablo starter and the lot Includes nearly nil tho croam of tho two-year-old dlvlelon with the exception of ilosmorlst. The crack son of Albert Howloo is not eligi ble for tho racu, a fact to be rcKretted by those who assert Hint ho Is the champion of his year. Chacornac Is slated to co nml If the Futurity wlnnoritets awny with this plum from such smnrt company lltomley it Co. will probably bo sorry for retlrlnc Moamerlst without n nieetliiif with tho unbeaten son of Juvenal Ijetitla. Should the latter maintain a record of Rtralcht wins, horsemen think that tho premature annexation of the champion crown by Mesmerist will count for very little. Mes merist has nnuasements later Id the meotlng and racegoers would liko to see him out ncnln a he seems sound onouch to stand a few more brushes. The Matron Stakes will be followed by an etent of littln lets importance, the Manhattan Handicap for ttto-ycar-olds nnd upward. This event Is a sprint over the l'cllpao course, but judcliiK by tlio entries sent out by Secretary K. O llanlon. tlio younj- division does not want to try conclusions with aueh i-easoned flyers as I.ndy I.lndsoy. Firearm. Voter. Toluca. lre lousand lloliobas. AccoullnB to the hnndl enpper's estimate the best three engaged are Voier. fJH, Previous. 1'2'J. and Firearm. 120. Thisetent will lead up to the moat elastic event of the duv. the Jerome Handicap at one mlln and n iiuorterotertho hill. Only tlvocnn dldnteH nro named toco but they are all B0id class and so well matched at the weights that n linn race Is nntlclpited. The minor events limn (likd remarkably wollandtheaauoclatlon Is preparing to cater to n large crowd. The en tries titeas lollons: rirt ltaro-For thrre-ycar-olds and upward; the Wllllerr mile. Kmle Uaik llHl.ldor IIH Itusli . II.". I'uniiro 111 I.itkon ll Miukadtae . . .111 lhareiitiis IK. 1'if p-o'Uay .. 11M Stroud Hare For maiden two year oldi; last lite and a hilf luiUiis. of the Ki llnso cotirtr. Mndred. . .ll2Ciakcr 112 ltadtnril 1 1 2 Bai k 'I alk Ion Wain Cure innOkeotee 112 Mldnood . . .112 F.llrrn Italy .... 1011 First Whl 112 star Ilrliiht ... 112 Kll'uram liaBlgrade .112 AlUirn I on ' he Si oti hman. ... 112 I'mk D 'mluo .... ion t.tlll Breeches 112 llrt-t J.ne lllWSlllliol It'll Anule 112 Hr. Jet.ry, .. 112 'Ih r 1 llacc llatron Stakes, for ttio year eld., tho Eclie.e . oiirsr. i lii.iai lnlry Ill Orthla Ill 1 Wi-I ure 112 MilUhanrtra. ... ,11 lliild-ii 122Miyirnilroy 1UB ,-oii Frit. lu.i .to Irlne 11 l.rw.'lirr .... HIM Urd Pith ion lellowTall .. ll L Tomall 101 Prei "or 112 iilsBiyat lllghneia. lift Bit awnOIrl 1 13 Hammock . . 12 1 ma.rrar .. .111 ilonfalon 11U rm.r.li Bace Manhattan Handicap; the Ecllpso con ree Lady Lindsay 0 Toleca 102 Matana lOJ.l'ratloua 122. Fiiearm l20Utllobas lot! Voter .121 1 Fifth Bace Jeromo Handicap, one and one-quart er mile, nterthe hill. Kthelbert 12iPrlnco McClurg 110 Maid of Ha-ltm . 100 King Barleycorn.... 114 MacLeod of Dare . lle Sixth Hace-Sclllng; the Withers mile. Aiushla ... bo Maximo Uoiuez 1T Bangor 101 Holland 104 Dan Bice 100 HonchoE I'O Irilto 108 Myth 103 JrCTerion In The Winners M Chicago. Cni"tr,o, Oct. 2. Hawthorne began Ha last fort n'ghtly merttnir of the rrartodar The weather was delightful and the card fair, but tho crowd wat lteht. Not aalngle fatonte won on the tlat.bnt ulobo II, the betting choice, won the ateoplcchaie. Tho sen.ation of the day was the defeat of Cherry Leaf, an odds on ftvorite in the la.t lace. The hone belonm to the Hack owner.. Summary: Mrnt Bace Seten Fiulong. Mr. John.on. 102 iWlnkfleldi. 7 to 2. won. Drlpa.o IL. 114 (Van Dunrti ,ii to 1, atconU, AliceB, 1U4 t Hamilton), 2.i to 1, third, 'linie, 1.29H. Krcond Bace Srvrn furlongt Alice Turnr. 112 (Mclnt)re). 6 to 2. won; Horl-ar, 1 15 (Van Duien), n to i.eeennd; ATCiiatoke. lis (T. Burn.), li to,, third. Tltrio. l:ao'. 1 hinl Kai e-Streplrchaae, ihort coane Olobe IL, 128 lO'Brien). 2 to 1, won. Chtesrmltr, 12ft iMc Ilugln. I'Jtol aecond. Brllamy, 12ii (C. Wllionj, 4 to l, third Time, .1 1SL Fourth Bace-Sli furlonga-Ororale. 100 (IL Wll roni. 4 t I, won: Newigatherrr. loft iDilgan), 7 to 1, aecond IVl Tipton. 10.1 (Wlnkfltld), 20 to l.thlra. 'lime null. Fifth Bare -One andonr-elghth mllrt latkanaprt. loo T. Burns). 4 to 1. wont rappan. lu. iltom, 4 to 1. errand; Tony Honing. 103 (Diiganl. 30 to 1, third Time, .:S4H. Sixth Race-One mile Bennrtlllr. 110 iM. Weber1, r, to 1. won; Catastrophe, 102 (Duganl, 20 to 1, aec ond, Pacemaker, 1 US IT, Burns), u to 1, third. Time, 1.41 Mnher'a Suspension Contlnned. Tho suspension of jockey Daniel Maher. or dored on Saturday by the stewards of the Ilrooklyn Jockey Club, was considered at a meeting of the Jockey Club stewards held yes terday afternoon. The decision was that the suspension be continued. In the Klnc Barley corn matter, the Jockey Club stewards con firmed tho dsclsion of the Ilrooklyn Jookey Club, hut the refusing of the horse's entry was not entered to other meetings Those present were August Bolmont. J. It. Bradford. Jamos (lalway, F. It. Hitchcock, James It. Keene. Andrew Miller and F. K. SturKlt. Coney Island Jockey Club Election. The stockholders of the Coney Island Jockey Club met yesterday and elected these directors for the ensuinc year: J. llarrr Alexandre. Jamr. Gordon Bennttt, J. II. Bradlord, John M. Bowora, C. Ftllnwrs, F. dray (lllsnold, loan O. Hrckaher, 'Mum. lllt-hrock Ji., H. II Ilollina, Lawrriie KIp. O. II. Kerner. IL K. Knapp, P. LorlHuid A. Nrwbold Uoms, IL I. Mihols. Herbert C. ''ell. Schurler L. l'amon. F. Am;, iclirrnierhorii, Win. II. Taller. James P. Siott, Win. K. Vandrrtiilt, J. W. Wadsworth, Oeo. l'oabody Wetmuro and William C. Whitney. Old So-Long It Still On the Turf. Old So-Long, 2:1U14. the eray trotter that William Rockefeller used to drive on tho road In New York. IsflEurlng promlnontly this fnll as a special attraction at New England fairs. Ho Is nearly twenty years old. He was sent to an auction sale last year and brought about $70. So-Long was supposod to bo used up and of little valuo for either track or road purposes. Last spring, after hating been sold and swapped three or four times, ho canio into the possession of II. 0 Kllkonny of Lowell. Master Hurry Kilkenny, ft twtlte-year old lad, began to drive tho jnuntv old gelding to a pnetimatlo sulky on the Lowell boulovarel aboutaitiontliago. The doings of the old horse nnd bis youthlul trainer reachil a New Hamp shire track manager, who engaged the lad to (trite So-Long an exhibition milo there. The best time ever made by a trotter or n pacer on this half-mile track wasS'lit'i. This mark tho lad accordingly r.tarted to beat. He treatod his horte llkoa teteran and drove him the tulle In "'J'"'. So-Long bad not been on a track since ISO'.', the year that W. J Andrews campaigned Imu In the Western-Southern clrouit. His roe ord was made in a race against Little Albert, 2:10. at Fort Wayne. Turf ISntis. Lrxp-OToy, Oct 2 The Kentucky Breeders' A.ao clatlou's track 'ras cro.i ded with hortt a this morning Eriparlrg forihe hll etrnta at the inert ng tvhiih eguis at ticcn to-morrow, ldoltta, Frank Jones's entry In the Siu.oooriiiiirity. Boraliua, Dr. Mc'"oy'e aionoopiiriha.r; The Mricham, last sear's winner of fie two-year-old division, and other, had tilals. Idohta appiara the belt and will be the fatonte, w th Boraluia nut In the betting. Honing, ImtCA, Oct. 2. To-day for the flnt t'me since thr rseo at Poughlreps e, Cornrll'. winning frrstm i , now sophomore crow, inaniii'd an right oar shell. After a warm welcome from Coach Courtney, tht youugiter. of latt j ear took thelri.rat In their fain.. Ilai alicH and worked with a tlm through a aliott practlc This year Is to mark a rrrlval of the oil Cornell custom of holding Intend its rarri In the tall of each ) ear, and the ItiuJ iroir la tho fliat to Ion lis rotting suits. 'IhrtJ Inteii'lass rama, which tviil o'ltir later lu tho mouth, lietwti'll the aoptio ni 're Junior and tenlor ilaas crews, together with ttu- single acull rac s, tor whl ah there are still half a do'cii snod mm In training, will srrso to lerp alive thr iuterrst' or the students in rowing, and will also kirp the men from whom the 'Varsllj crew uiuat be ptcrd In aitive nainiuu. 4he makr.iiii of the 1UD2 new which apt (Bird a' Ihe iHathnuse to-day waa the same as when the lads won theireasy rare from the Columbia and rennayltania freshmen laat June, Mid is- us follows; Ling, coxswain. Francis, stroke; Toolilll. 7, I'owlei.il, li-tty. ',. Tiagle, 4; Halting., it, Chaic, 2, BruiiikerlinC, bow, l'lllll. IHnvAliliiiMlLl . Oct. 2 the Statra Island Polo Club, with a handlcspof five, won against the Bocka. n av Hunt Cub to da' in the erml'llnal play for tho cup lu the hoiiicr.it County Polo Toiirnuirut. which will be iiecidediui Widiuaday. when the Staten Isl and turn will play In the filial against the Morris Coiinl Couutry Club. The ltoikawaa put up a hard and aggresslte game, but cuuld not otercome the handicap their uppnnruta had. The score; Bvckawayt, IH, Ktttui laUad, V. IJllCKKT. PhllndelphUns Make n rnor rinlili Agnlntt Hnnjlttlnhji't Men. PntLADKLrniA. Oct. 2. Prince Ranjltslnhjl'e team of EnEllsh crlcketors scored their first American vlctprr hero to-day. They loft no loophole for doubt of their superiority to tho Gentlemen! 9! Philadelphia, nnd won by the decisive margin of one Inning and 17'5 runs., The Prince was not proRent nt the wlndup. The cold weather of Saturday was too much for his tropical constitution, and he caught ft heavy cold which bordors on bronchitis. A doctor told him that ho should remain In his hotel If ho desired to tako part In tho game In New York. It was just as woll he did. for tho weather to-day was very chilly and tho Englishmen, who were not by any means kept lively In thn field by tho batsmen, suffered from blue fingers whllo the spectators sought warmth In heavy coats. A. Priestly was the substitute for tho Prince, nnd A. C. MacLaren dlrocted the operations of bowlers and field The latter must have noticed the dlllcrtnce In his position from the days when he bad to cudgel his brains for a means to dismiss the Australian batsmen, when as captain of tho All-England eleven, he was expected novcr to make ft mistake, He was not called upon to-day, however, for nny tactics out of tlio ordlnnry. Ho put on bis howlers : thn Philadelphlan batsmen did the rest. With tho exception of Graves and Bates not one man showed aven second-class form, and tho exhibition nil through waa a failure. The work of the "Colls" In comparison stood out prominently, nnd It Is n good thing for l'lilln delplilaurloket that these young 'tins will he ready to be callo I upon ngaln In n fow years. When play ended on Saturday night, tho Philadtlphlans bail lost 1! wickets for ; runs In their second Inning, while the English men had obtained a lead of 270 on the first Inning N. Z Urnves and J H. Mason were the first pair to faco the attack this morning, nnd with both men plavlng with extreme earn It looked an though there was a possibility of a draw. Mnson kept up hit wicket without help ing tho scorn much, but (irates made runs nt every opportunity, nnd nt last compelled n change In tht bowling This was fatnl to tho youtic Oermantown crack, for the first over of Htodilart produced bis downfall. He had collected :tU of tho. riO runs niado for the part nership The rest was easy. A decided rot' set In and the last seten wickets fell for 40 rune. Mason stoo I his ground for over one hour and put on 17 runs His pl.iy, howeter. was stifT and hardly up to the standard of skill expected In an International m.itch, Tho score: niinrMrv ok rnii.tnEi.rniA. firlt iHntnit. Sicond lnnlnn. J. B. King. b. Jeasou. 0 c.Bobiou, b. Jestop .11 A.M. Moid. c Moddart. ..,.,.... b Jimp otic.Townsrnd.b.Stoddart ii II CThaj or. b. Jetsou 0 b. Jossop u N.y. Urates Jr..c.andb Woods 43b.Rtoddart 31 T II. lutes, b. Wocdi 0 u. Llewellyn 15 J.KC Mo'ton.c. Brann, ti Woods . 4 b. Woods 0 J. II. Mas, in, c. ttobson, b. Jessop., Rh.Rtoddart, ti P. II Clark, b. Woods 22 Bun out n F. M.Crev.'ar, b. JeaDi 111 e. MacLaren. b. Woods 0 W. p. O'Neill, r. Bos.in- qltrt li Jen-ill 4 Not out 2 J.H Scattercood.notniita b. Htoddart n Bea. u. Wide, 1. no balls. 2 12 Bye", 0, no balls. 1... .10 Total ToTlTotal 100 BOWLISO AS ".LySIS, Finer ixkimi. Ill i. Jmd'nl. ifuni. TTiclrd. Jessop l.lr. 13 f.2 Llewellyn 4ft 3 22 0 Woods ... 100 il S3 4 Bosamiuet . 2ft 0 17 O Wide Woods, 1. No balls Jessop, 2. arcoiii ismsii. Jessop 40 a 80 2 Wo ds 1111 7 48 J Stoddart 71 7 is 4 Llrwillyn. .. 10 O ft 1 No ball Josoph, 1. rniJ.CE iu:jitsivh.ti'b eleven. A. C. MacLaren, e. Scattrrgood. K Clark 1411 O. Brann. b. Clark . " C. I. lotin.i lid, r. Maine. I'. Clark . . 2 K "i Itanjltilnlijl, Claik. b. Crrnar ft, A. E. Stoddart, c. Wood, b, Morton an X M. J. tood, r. Oiate", b Clark O. L Jessop. li. King "4 11 J.T. lloianiurt.i' Tliajer. K Crcgar 42 O C. B. Llewellyn, b. Crcg-ir u C I. Hi hsnn, not nut " J. Bobertsmi, c. O'Neill, b. Cregar n Byes, -It); Wldes. 2. No Ball, 1 20 Total s3'1 BOWLlNd ANALYSIS, riser inmmi. Ba'l'. ."anient, rum. ITi'ltill. King lfii 7 102 1 Clark 1HB P 104 4 Mrrton ion 2 62 1 Crrgar o s 47 4 Mitt? f.o I Jit (I O'NcIl 0 4B 0 Wldes-Oregar, 2. No Ball-Clirk, 1. BVSB AT THE FA 1.1. OF EACH WICKET. rirjiT ivmmi. Philadelphia O 0 03 030!) 05 101 133 RanliUlnhll'e XI.. 0 Bl 2U2 273 383 305 300 434 4S5 41. BFCONll INNIXO. Philadelphia 1 in en 70 R'l si OA ss ion An exhibition game wns begun in the nrter noon. but It was dovoid of Interest und reached no conclusion. SPIKE SVLLIVAy THE rT.V.VJSif. lie Wlilpt .Itromo Qulgley In Six Uoundt nt Coney Island. Spike Sulllvnn of Boston won an easy victory over Jerome Qulgley of Philadelphia, at the Coney Island Sporting Club last night. In the sixth round Qulgley was knooked down twlco and was so holpless that his seconds threw tin the siionce. Sullivan outclassed him In evtry way. Thorowas no steam trains running to tho Island, and thoso who made the trip were compelled to ride in open trolley cars with chances of catching all sorts of colds. Thtro was a fair-sized eiowd In tho barn-llko build ing when Louden Campbell of Pittsburg, and Joe Handler of Newark, camo Into the ring for a twenty-tound preliminary bout at oatch welghts. Handler was substituted for Tony Moran, who said his hands wero In no Bhape. George Slier wns tho referee Handler, who wn out of condition, put up a warm argument for flvo rounds. Then Camnboll beBnntocttt hlsfaoowith jabs, and in the seventh round Handler was wobbling. From this point to tho thirteenth round Ifnndlor received a hard walloping, but was strong. In tho fourteenth round he made Campbell dance away by land ing a number of heavy swings on tho bend and neck. In the fifteenth, slxtoenth. seventeenth and eighteenth rounds Campbell outpointed the Nownrk man. but ho was not tigorous enough to stop him. Handler had It even up In tho last two rounds. The referee doclded In favor of Campbell. There was an unnecessary delay of half an hour before tho staretentwas put on. Sulli van was In the ling, shivering like n, leaf fur twonty minutes, while Qulgley wis back In tho dressing room. Tlio crowd tried In tain to keep warm and incidentally denounced tho management. Sullivan handlers woro Hen Jordan. Tom Jordan. John Sullivan anil Patsy Sweeney. Qulgley'a seconds wero Hugh Kennedy and IJobbv Culvert. Ihev were matched to go twenty-lite rounds at lliri pounds niid Qulgley was three pounds oturwcluht It turned out that the deliv waa canted by a demand on the part of Qulgley for a division of the percentage' thnt was contrary tnthanrticles of agreement. He wasot trrud. Sullltan began by feinting, then hetrlod his loft for ihe jaw and Qulgley put two hard counters on the head. Sullivan rushed and was tnrown down In noilncli. Spike was pushed down again In the same way n moinen beforo time was up. Qulgley opened the second with a double swing that wns blocked Spike worked to eloso quarters and hooked his loft to the jaw Qulgley rospoiulodwltha pow erful swing on the neck millitau tried his left again but It was short, as the l'hlladelphlan took care to keep out of reach. Qulgley rushed In the third nnd surprized Splko by landing three rapid jolts on the jaw. SulliMiu clinched nnd as they broke bo teached Qulgley's noo with the lolt Splko also drove In ft stomach punch that madn Jeromo hug for a moment. Qulgley kept away after that until the gong was sounded. , , Qulgley got to the neck at the beginning of the fourth round SpIKo forced It thun wHh hl left, and for tho first time sent his right to the jaw. He warmed to his wmU until QuiBloy milled with heavy swings When Qulgley nml spent the force of hla'rushes, bullitan battered him to tho ropes whore ho hni the Quaker worried Qulglev's swings In he filth were for the most part too short to do any harm. Sullivan, on tho otlior hand, got to his man rather easily and made ull nf Ms smashes Splko landed a crashing right In the stoma"h as tho sixth began. He aloo put l.ft and right to the jaw. Qulgley swung wildly hut Splko went In with more heavy blows nnr,' floored li s mnn twice. Qulgley had no charm nml his seconds threw up the sponce after 2 mlnuttt and 51 seconds had elapsed. H n , i i i T , ,Jaawea-iiiii i an ' ai.aj. GOLF ON NASSAU LINKS. PliOUItAStVK Of THE KEXT M. O. A. OPEN TOUItXKT. Three Sett to Qunllfy for Cups on the Open. Ing liny Women Hake flood Scoret nt Mnrrls Cmtntj IMnyera Kllglhle for the Chnmploatlilp Jlntchet nt linglewond. All tho clubs In tho U. H. 0. A. fire Invited to send entries to the open tournament of tho Natsau Country Club, at (Hen Cove, to bo hold over Its new 0,000-yaril course, on Oct. 12.111 and 14. The uunllfylnc round, at thirty-six holos, modal play, on thn opening day will leave no less than three divisions ellulblo to match play on tho two remaining days. The first sixteen will bo eligible for the Nassau County cup: the second for tho North Country cup. nnd the third for the Olen Cove cup. There will also be a gold medal for the maker of tlio best scorn on the opening day. Extra features of tho three days' play will be a match against bogle for the lted Spring cup. to which golfers may enter who do not take part In the qualifying round, and, on the last day, an iBlitecn-Iioto handicap for n cup prosented by Alexandor C. Humphreys. En tries for the qualifying round close on Oat. 11. and for thn lied Spring nnd handicap cups on the eienlnc of Oct. 12, with W. Crlttendon Adams, Secretary, Qlon Cove. Special trains will be run from Long Island City and Flat bush avenuo on each day of tho tournnmont, returning after the play. There were ten players In tho qualifying scratch medal play round for tho Uuahnell cup yesterday nt the Morris County Golf Club. The results of the play over the full course were as follows: 111 ltd. Id Kd. Total. Mlsi Mario O. Bryre OS 57 110 Mrs. w. Fellowa Moyan (II r.H nw Mls F.l.a Iliirlbitt r.H dl UK Ml.t c. o. Willis r.:i u mi Miss Swords r.U (12 121 Miae Alice Day r,7 lift 122 .A, I ik Ki (12 111 12'l Mrs WillHmShlpptn ft7 mi 123 Miss Howell M 70 132 Mlsall. P.I'hlpps 17 H4 1.11 Match play begins to-day nnd winds up on Friday. The dr.itv for to-day Is; Miss llryce nnd -Miss Hurlbtit. Miss Kipp and Miss Willis. Mts. Shlppen and Miss Swords, Miss Day and Mrs. Moigan. The full list of tho members of the Englo wood Golf Club who have qualified In thn pre liminary medal rounds to play In tho club championship matches, with their respective qualifying scores, tho contests to bo held on Oct 7. 1-1, 21 nnd Nov. 24. is as follows: Dr. J. A. Wells, Hit. J. II. Baker. U2. F. C. Wil son, U2 II. II. Jiiwett, H4; W. A Kildrr, nil- C. Krll, Wd. II. V. Bank., Jr.. ii7, s. Murrry. u". F. Knot, WB. II. C)ipell, on, F. Bering, mi. C lllyth, uu, II. Bot totnr. 0.1. W. II, Boylls, 100, L. Clark, 100. L. Mowrr, loo. For the match play for the women's cham pionship, for which 1 C. Wilson has presented n silver cup. In addition tn the club prize, the following hate qualified at medal play: Mrs. J. A. Well., 10H: Mls M. Barber, llli, Mr., n. A. Ofden, 123, Miaa L Drake Smith 12(1. Mrs. (I Cue. 12(1: Mlse A Whlttemnre, 12H, Mri. II. M. Batiks, 1.13; Mlas L. Mowry, 127. Asl.-le from tho open tournnment at the Wee Bum Golf Club on Oct. 111. '20and21.the pro gramme of which has Been printed, the follow ing announcements have been made for October: Oct. 7 Club medal haodlcap for men. eighteen hoUs, ilaa.es A end B, Oct. 14 Men's bojle contest for the captains' pr,zuK. Oct. 2S- rinsl contest for wemrn and men who hate won iluti midali in classes A or B for prizes offered by tht club. In the handicap at the Yountakah Country Club on Sttiirdar. S. II. Dorr won the cup with the score of 111 1, 12, 84. Ho also hnd the best groes score. In the series for the W. J. Ilerg cup the best eird was returned byC 11 Strut h er. 101. 1S.K I Otto Hoekmryer was the win nerof thenpproachlngnnd puttlticcompelltion at tlio Harbor Hill Golf Club on Sund-it, while. Miss Whitman won the woman's prire. Ihe event had been crowded over from Saturday, when it was to have formed a part of the Dewy Days' competitions. On Saturday lm tho (llenwood team journeyed from Hudson to Cohoes nnd defeated the Hudson Ititer Golf Club team br 14 to H. over tho letter's new nine-hole links, which measure .''.24"i ynrds. Tho score was: OITHWOOD. COnoKS. P. F. Cadr.'-'d 0 11.11 Tied r, W. W Bice . il I.. I. Lane o T.. W. ProilUe ... nlir. l'rtt (. (! r.aieltyn. . ft C. F. Doylr o C II. F.tmis.Jr . ( . BooVir.. . i A. W, Curwiu (iG.l'ttet ii Total 14 Total Oiunoi". Oct 2. The new elghteen-holegolf eourso of the Ksse County Country Club has been completed nnd put In first-class condition for fall play Tho course Is a little leso, thin three miles long, being 4.H8M yards In length Tho putting greens ore In excellent shnpe. tho new sodding and grass seed hat ing mvio the turf smooth nnd t el vet v The.ouri-e litis Been named as follows: No 1. Hiitton, 24.1 tnrd: No. 2. Llewellvn. :i.'12 ynrde; No .'I. Twin Oiks. 1411 yards: No. 4. Wvstw.ird-IIo. MOvards, No 5, Mount Pleasant. 2S0 yard : No. l. Landsend. 2IK1 yardi-: No. 7. Po'o 17n nnls; No 8, Cross Over, lfWI yards: No It. Pulpit. B22 yards: No 10. Mlzzon Top. 51,i yards; No. 11. Stone House. 2"( yards. No. 12, Jirldgeof Sighs. 410 ynrds: No 13, Gregory, ,'t;t:j t arils: No 14 Edgewond, 1110 rards; Nn. ir. Nnrthflelri.2-5 yards: No. HI, The Grove. 21l()vnrds: No 17. Stable. l.'lO yards. No. 18. Havlne. 210 yards. Lawn Tennis. The West Side Tennis Club members re sumed their fall tournament u-sterday. Both of the single etents are expected to Le finished this weekbut tho doubles will probably hang over till next week. The scoret: llandli'tp finales-Second round O. M. Bosttrlik owe half forlt. beat K. I) D'nirunre, lft, (I 2, (t-3. Scini Filial Bound W. ll Craain. Jr. owe half Ulti'in. beat A, -. Cragln. si ratrh. 10 H. u II, tt a. Consolation Sinules Preliminary round C. K. Fi lllKsst- belt II. F. IlolbrooL. U2, fl 3, Semi Final Bound . B. Craiiln, Jr., brat B. O. Illi'ka. i ll. tt 2, tt3. Humltrap Doubles Prrliiuinarr round O. M. Boatwtek mil It. D. Thnrbrr. owr thirtv. 1 eat O.K. Ftnni sir and 11. T. llolbi-ook. errntch, 7 ft, li 7. Champ. oushlli Doubles Senii-llnnl round O '. Bestwtik and II. D. Ihiirher brat C. E. Frnncascy and II, 1' llolbrook, rt-l.(l-3. At the Lenox Tennla Club the seml-flnal matches In tho champlonshlpslneles furnished nr exciting afternoon's sport. Heyivood and Martin, the winners, will moot ltrtii finale for t lie clubehaiuplonshlp to-morrow; Yesterday's seines. Championship Sinolrs-Srml.flnal round Br. II. II lleywiied brat B T llrran. 4-it, (1-4, 7 ft, K. 8. Martin brat F I". Bice, U-7, 7-ft. The Orange Lawn Tennis Club haa an nounced an Invitation tournnment for ladies' sliigh s, to begin to-tnorrotv on the club courts at Mountain Ststion The recent success of Mits L. N. Souther, the crack woman plnyor of the club, lu the Staten IhIuiuI open tournament, encniitnged the club management to try for the strongest plnycrs. and Imitations have been sent to nil the promi nent women players In this section of tho country Entries hate been received fiom Miss llossle Moore, the ex-chsmplon: Miss Maignret Johnson, nnd several others fiom Mnten Island nnd half a dozen of the mombers of tho Orange Club. fiotslp nf the fling. "Pinky" Evans and Johnny Beacan of Brooklyn have hi en matched to box twenty rounds at Ynnkert next Thursday night. Trtrr Maher Is going to dlrict his attention to the winner of the JcfTnea-Sharkry mill. "I will post a fortrlt," said Mahir yratcrday. "to mrrt the t li'tor. ' Billy Bradr Is going to let Bibhr Dihbs hate a iha'ice torrileim lunire'f and i rrady tn match hlni Bimin.t Bui e Ferris, a Bunaln lightwolght, at Coney Island on O t Hi. "Kid Latisrne and Ororge McFaddrn are to bo ttrs et tlio Broadway A. C. neit Friday night. This will be LvIkho'b rtrst bout lu ilreater New York sinre he lost the title of lightweight champion to Frank Km. Patry Corrlgsn. trainer nf Joe Krnnedr the Call, ferula heavyweight, ii looking for a match Cor iii;ansa)e that he wasasanted a match with 'lummy Bi .in 111 Bunalo but as the latter is ill now the uiati h is utl Currlgan tlghta at 1 54 poun Is, .lefl Th irnn'w iiulrk Tlctorr ot r Fh d Morns, tbo "ll.ai'k Cyiione, haa ronvimed his in.uaw'er, Sam Fltpalrlik. that tho KnTliahuiau tan njht some ham is therefore anxious to match Thome a.ralnt any middleweight, b rring, of course. Kid McC iy. Joe K niiedy. the heat rtt right who waa beaten by Peter Mahir, i still in town. Kinnedy is going to i.uiaiu in the Last for some tltue, aa he I. not in the leaal bit daunted by his defeat lie has tha prmmso ofa match with Funic of the big fellows in the near tuturr Set rial good ofTrr. hstoalrtaly been mvlo for thr cult st arraimed on Saturday afternoon between Jacko'llru n and Frank Krne. The Broadway A 0, through it matchmaker, Oeorge Consldlnr, la will ing to git e a handsome guarantee and a percentage of the gato receipts. At the Unnt A. V lo-nlcht, Jno dans j f Baltimore will meet "Spider' Kelly of San FranUaui In a ttvinty-tlte lolllid bout. Ihls will bo hi lly s Mrat apiiearanliiill the iJitt. II haa a Huh record, hat tug toniiiereil a number of clever liglilwuihts, The In King fatniHilsnsat luiitosii. Tin re will be two preliminary bouts Jim Jiffords. a Califoruia heatywelght, who iuniped Into proinlnenre by whipping J'eterJaik iou. is in town. Jerlnrda got hetu from Sail Fran Cisco latft on Sunday ntglit. Jeffords Is a likely looking fellow and la over ll fact tall He is now mulched to meet Oils Buhlin at the Leoox A C In a few week. Bublln ll exjtittd here from Deut cr In a few days. lie ii it i i ni a l ' y . i ,i l IOOTBAIU llrrt Waters Tnkne Clinrge of the Ilnrvnril l'lnyers, CiMDniDfiK, Oct 2. The evont of tho Ht-r-vard practlco this nflcrnoon was the first np pearancoof Uert Wators In coaching harness, Tho difference In tho work of tho linemen wns ftt once nerceptlbl.i. Before tho men went on tlio Hold the coaches kept them n full half-hour In tho consultation room talking (iter their slack work on Saturday. The tackles were thn main points of atten tion. Donnld was out and Mnrrlm.in will bo out to-morrow. Kills, the big half back, has been mnvod to tnekle and will be tried out In that position. Ho did erv good work for the flrst day Only n short halt was ployed, as Waters used lit) most of the after noon In working at the line platers, lining them up In two lines nnd keeping them break ing through until their tongues hung out. Luton waa off thn field, as his knee, which lin Brained on Saturday. Is not yet well enough to Penult him to play. Tho freshman eleteti did Its Hist work to-day under Coach Show. Tlie work consisted ot n little running aiap gutting the squads organized. The Flrtt Score Agnlntt rrlnretnn. PmscETON. Oct. 2 The Tlgors usual Mon day slump came this aftornoon in their prac tice game with tho scrubs on Osborne field. whon thoy allowed tho second team to score once and wero able to pound out but a single touchdown forthemsolves. Lovlek. a freshman halfback from l'onn Chnrtor. had the honor of crossing tho Tigers' chalk Hue for tho first touchdown of tho season against them. Near tho end of tho second half, with the ball in tho centre ot tho field. Belter was called upon to sain four yards, hut fum bled. The freshman saw his chanco and picking up tho ball started with an open Hold ahead, and before thn 'Yaislty realized what had happened he had crossed their line for tho scrubs' first touchdown. The fumble, which was directly accountable for the scrubs' touchdown, was only one of n series of fumbles which woro mado tlitoughout the entire prac tlco, Tho work ot tho back field was ot ft de decidedly poor ordor. The backs fumbled con stantly and tho Interference wns time and aguln btoken up by the "Varsity players bump ing into one another. .Severn! times tlio conches stopped tho practice to Instruct tho players in the rudiments ot the game which tbev had been drilled in n week before, und flnnlly called the entire 'Varsity oleten to the Ireshmen Held nnd set them going through simple formations nt a walk. Tho 'Var sity h single touchdown was secured by Morse, after tho bnll had been carried twenty-lit o yards by successive line plunges. The Hist material change of tho sea son In the Tigers' lino was tnnde to-day, whon Mills, aubstltuto lett guard last season, was replaced by Dana, u Lawrencevllle freshman. Forthe past week the freshman has betn gradu ally Improving and the change was no surprise to those who have watched the work of the two men. Mills will be tried at left tackle During to-dav's cractice ex-Capt. Hlllebrand had his leg wrenched badly and will be out of the game for a week at loast. Outlook for Weileyan on the Gridiron, Middletown, Conn., Oct. 2. The beginning of the third week of practice at Woslejan finds about thirty candidates on the gridiron. Tht utmost effort will be made to put the men in good condition for their haul game with Har ard. which Is booked for next Saturday at Cambridge. The entering class is slightly dis appointing, as It contains very little flrst-olass material. Of thoso who are trying for tho team the most promising are Cornwall, who comes from Philips Exeter, and played at end In tho Amherst "Aggies" game on Saturday: Wlloov. who enters the sophomore class, coming from Mohan College, and Jennings, who Is doing well at quatter back. Wilcox although tight in weight. Is u good sprinter anil stieiigllieus bilk places a great deal. Of tho old men who are back ('apt. llymer. Hartell and Lane are doing the work et hall back, though lttmer nnd Hartzell aro still (differing from liuurles recelted In last season s play C It Dodds Is n strong quarter book, and Inglis In playing full buck in great rbape. The team, howeter is not plnylng well togfther. but It is hoped that this dimculty will be obviated with hard work during this week. Tho line-up tor the Httrv.ird gamo will piobably be as follows lnd. S. A. Dodds and Corn wall ttacklea. Yarrow or Wing and MonlgonietT, cnards, Lilfun and Brown: centre, hlllliuaii. half backs, Cait. Biluer and Hart 7i'll, or Lane, qnartclback, C. B. Dodds, full lack, liu.1 s. Wlint the Ynle Men Are Doing In Prnrtlrc. New- IlAvr.N. Oct. 2 The prnotleo to-day was the nest of the year and was generally consid ered as satisfactory by the coaches. Tour elevens wore p'oylng, the I'tilversity rtnil Col lego and twoothurs In a dlllerent patt of tho Held. This Is the beginning of the plan long contemplated to bring all the candidates Into training l'lncke. who fumbled so much in thn inherit gamo on Xsttinlai.wtis lett on the side line, to.ilny. and Dnsnilllen, a brother nf the f.imoitr quarter back of last tear, lino .1 elnnco to run the I'niversltv Ho dues nut show signs of reaching Hie skill nf bin brother ("baric Droit n. a brother of V. G. Ilrnwn. tho left guard, was In as guard a while to-day and mado n good record fur himself Ho plain with u dish which makes up for bis lnek of 1'nowledgn of tho game Dupee at full back plated n good game. Ho is nut heavy enough for linn smash ing, hoit ever. Mcllride still suffers from a bad knee nnd will take no chances In practlco for a week to come. . .. . . .... The Freshman Football Association of Yale 1'nliernity elected these officers to-night: I'resident. George Phelps Spencer. UKU. Wntertown. N Y : Vice-President, John L. Do Sanlles. IH)2. South Bethlehem, l'.i.: Secretary and Troasutcr, Edward P. Towuseud. HXill, New York. Football and Lnwn Tennis nt the X. Y. U. Tho football candidates for the New Y'ork tnitersity team began regular practice yester day afternoon, nt University Heights. Inas much as Capt Dean Halford will not return to collego until February , Lewis lilunt, 1H02. was unanimously chosen to succeed him. lilunt entered the university laist year from Tiinlty School where ho plated for two years on the ehool teams. LaM year he played at tackle Yesterday a new man. Macllvall. from Wyoming Seminary, tins tried nt centre, with good teenlts Now that recitations have com menced logulnrly. more men are expected to report for practice. The tennis association organized penna nently jesteiday. A Inige and enthusiastic meeting tt ne held in Aseociutlon Hall.and a new constitution tv.is adopted. The following offi cers were elected: President. Jnmes Slnnley Woolley. 1IID1: vlce-ptesldcnt, Tristtam . Metcalfe UKU : secretary. John T. Allen. 111(12: treasurer. ltMuird Addy. 11'02. Tho ofllcers decided to hold a fnll tournament In order to bring out tho material among the new men. Kncouratclng Work Rv tho Cornell Men. Ithaca. Oct. 2. Cornell football men wore to.dny Infused with a'new nnd lively interest in thoir work through tho efforts ot 11. Lewis, who to-day coached thd men for the Inst time until November, when he will ngaln roturu to nssUt tho team Captain Stnrbuek did not don his suit to-day, but he and Manager Porter worked with a vim behind tho lino of the scrub team, eo-tehlng the men. Assisting Coach Lewis with the 'Varsity candidates was Tracy, an old Cornell 'Varsity man. Tappen was Plavod In the 'Vaislty line In placo of Warner, who lias n sprained ankle. Will tookSlarhuck's place at full back, and Drynnt did well in p'aco nf Moriisou nt right half The 'Vaislty lined mi fur ft hard half hour's work ngninst tho scrub team, nnd f und It bnrd work to hold them down. In fact, Sehonlknp. Torney nnd itnliblns, the 6Crub backs, mnde friquent and large gains through the 'Varsity line. Scbeolk-opf Is looked upon as n comer an I is certainly making n splendid showing Ftvrv tlilng considered, todny's practice wns the most encouraging since the team has returned from Ulchlluld Springs. Coliiinliln Heady for To-ilnv'e Onme. After resting for two days the Columbia Col lego football phvors woro put through two periods of hard practice yesterday preparatoiy to the postponed game with Itittgers to bo p'ayed this afternoon. Ilrynn, Knapp and Put nam who had been laid off on account of Iniurle" recelted In last week's practice, were out again yesterday, and will play to-day. Two new men were tried In the 'Vnrslty line. Cary nt halfback and Wolff nt quarter. Thepluy conslbted nf thirty tnlnutis ngninst the strengthened scrub, and thn team showed up surprisingly well, They scored three touch dmi us In quick order through tho brilliant work of (lil-hrlst nnd ('apt Simons and relused BEECHAIlis PILLS taken at night will make you feel light, act right and look l right. They cure Constipation. AlOctnUnndoacentf, at nil drue stare iniimiiKi' H'.ini.i to surrender tho ball to tho scrub a, slnglo time, Porlods of rest ntone pt evented the seoro from being much larger, A crowd of returning students gathered to glte tho team a rousing send off before their llret gamo. Tho deHnlto I In o-ii for to-day's game Is: Bight rnd. Ncldllugcri rlnlit tackle. Knappi right guard, lirt an . c litre W right, left guard, Bruce; latlt tackle, Smythe. left etui Putnam quarter back, tlllaoti halflarka, Miller, Ullchrlst; full back, Capt. Sltnoua, Why Hnnnnrd tVIU Not Conch Cornell. Ciiici'io. Oct. 2 -William 11. Dannnrd. the old Princeton halfback, has been' hoard from for the first time as to his sudden departure from Cornell In ft letter recolved hero to-day llfinnard sa)S' "I reslgnod from Cornell be cause I felt that I was not physically able to ' stand thn great respnnelhllltynloiio Tlio death I of my mother this fall nnd the tact that I nursed ' my brother through an attack of tippendi- I eltls upset me In no small degree, and I was In poor shapo when I started with Cornell. I heard then that Lowls ol Ilnrinrd nnd Hold or Cornell would assist me out n few dnts und that the brunt nf the work would fall on tne. I'nder ordinary circumstances I would like nothing better than to jump In nnd do my best, hut I felt that It wns my duty toward Cornell nnd mtselt nnd because id my condition, to resign my duties. The Cornell management saw tho justice of this and 1 depatted In friendship. I shall do all In my power to help Munager Porter engage ft goodcnnCh. I mil lusting lor n ifew weeks and probably will go tn Princeton to take charge of tho backs It my health will permit." Anna-mils Footlmll I'lavert Injured. ANNiroi,is, Oet. 2, In the praotlce on the football Held at the Naval Academy this aftor noon. Naval Cadets Fowler and Gannon, half backs and first-class playors. wero Injured. The former had his collar bone broken and tho latter had his kneo injured. Natal sur geons attended the players at the hospital. TThere the Wllllnnis College noys Will Kick the Onll. WlLLlAMSTOwN.Oct. 2. Tho Williams College football schtdule is ns follows: (At. 7, Cornrll, at Ithaca; 14, Lnlnn. at Williams-to-rn; Ih, Holy Crosa, at Wtlllamstown; 21, Dart mouth, at Hannter. 26, Trinity, ut WUIIamatnwl.; 2K, srauisc. at Syracuae, Nov. 4, Laiireitie. at Tlov, 11, Amherat, at Willlauislown, 2ft, M'ellryan, at Mlddletuwu. TVrst I'olnt Defratt Tufts. West Point. Oct. 2. Tho first football game of the season was played horo to-day on tho Academy ground and the cadets won an easy victory over Tufts team. The game was devoid of any brilliant plays nnd not for n moment was the cadet goal In danger. The score: West Point. 22: Tults. 0. Football Notes. Tho B. O. W. C football tram will meat any tram at eragtng 130 pounds Address A S. March. 41 pat crson st , Itett Brunswick, N J. Tlie Orange Y M l.A eleten will play on thn South Orange 1 . C. ground this season. I he field club will prolably ha.e only a Junior cltveu. Tho Iking r C. would like a gamo for Oct. 7 with a tram averaging not liter 12ft poutulB. Ad dress B. B. Jcanli.gs, ft7i. Avenue K, Baouuc, N. J, The I.aur!ettea would like to hear from teams ater aging I3ii pounds and offering a guarantee. Ad dress Daniel Brady, luanagir, 1'. O. box C, Tan talc. N J. The football team of the Star A. 0 has a few open dates for tea'us averaging 120 pounds, a suitable guarantee gtten. Address William MtOrath, Wake field, N. Y. I T he Wyanoke Field Club of Harlem would like to hiar from teams averaulu,: 120 pound! for Sundays and holidays. Address James Smith, manager, 3111 Mist ltsth ntrctt The Woi'diMo Field Club would like to ariange games for Sat inlay arteruoons with teams averaging 110 pounds. .tiidreai BunJ. K. Wilder, 2J.il Broadway, Boom 2 'J he Trn team would like to arrnmre games with outof-toitu teams niiiaslng I.111 pounds. Want eipenses Tor Sundas. "iddress ihouiaa Uyland, .0". Meat Fuitrtatnth sunt The Kast Oracgo I'U it Club desires to arrango football g.imea with nrst'Clasa teams averaijltig about 140 pounds Addrias V 11. simunHou, jj B truett stieet, Kat Olatikte, N J, Tin ElmhitrBl Football Clnti wo ild like t hear from tiaiua weighing bttween 116 an l 12ft poun Is. (looil giouuila art Bi the Klmliur'tV diiqioaal Ad dress John Biissill, Jr., F.imliuiHt. N. li. The Mndl.on football team la roady to took gnniiM aul would lie pleased to hear trom clubs iiUerlllg it suitable giuialili e tur Sundavs Idilre.a Janus M uiii nt, .13 l..it I if cy si tenth street. The Mount M ii r s A. C. of Harlim has a few open dates tot llrs: claai nama nverairnx not ovir 14u pounds a aiutalile gtiarmtee t. ipilr d lor Stind.tiB, Adun-as Cuarles F) , lis-' Madis n atenue. The Victor football eleten has reorganized and would like ti book giniea with teams weighing inn potltlila, tin SillliH' s and holidarK. Addre-a U rlanngan. ft3U Dell itnlsn atenue, A-itnrla. N Y. Tho Pia.ime'e second tram would liko to book gnuii a with teams averaging 1 lft pounds, out-of toitn ti a iiBOlTerm IMlf rxpenaes pirferrrt. A hires A. l.yt i , maliai r, ft l lluledou .itemie, I'atursju, N, J Tuo Murray llllt fuulhill toxm would like I i hear fioiu tcania ateraging 140 pounds ror ,-iatilldii and holldai ubli s Will k'.iar.intc half expenses. Ad itresK N Van D." Vcrg, 1M) Ban lay street. Flushilu, .S. 1. Tho Knlclicibockrr F. ('. has a few inure open dates for Sjturla. aid tmuld be pleaan I tn hear from teams about 12., iio'iuda. out of town tiaius prefeired Address A. C For.lo.i, 2 West Mnety MithHinet. The Mount Vernon football team, ateragiug about l.'lu iiouada, ha. etery Saturday afternoon oiieu commem.iu Oct. 7. (lanira to lie played lit Mount eiuiiii. Address Dat id Johnstoni, matiarr, Mount Virnon. N. . The Coiufiiicho A. C. foottall toam of Newark nas niuaiiired. and wishes to meet all 12ft poun 1 teams of New York and tleinlty. lor Sun liy guiiies, Addliaa Klliti'Iie F. Duffy, 10s Chambers sirett, Newark. N. I. Tho Sedgwick F C. has Oct. 7 and 14 open, and woulil he pleased to hear from teams aieragiug 14H pmrida. Pailtl', Mailou and Kosetlllie pre fertud. Addreas F.livood I. Wick, .UUcetent third street. Biouklvu. Tho Dauntless I'lub of Elizabeth desires toarrange gatnts witti teams of preparatory schools aul acidimles atertLiug not oter Iftu piunds. Ail diesa Mana.rr or llauntleas I'hlli football team, Klliibeth. N. J. The Vaatlme A. C. has a few more Sundays open and would like to hear from Kams niTerlng aiutahln guarantees Toe ojien iUP a tor out-of-town games are Oct n, lft and 2n A lilies .1, J. -McKuight, Sutj -sixth street and Bast B itr. Thcderks o' the New ork Life Insuranre Com pany hate oiiisnUod a football team, and would like to arrange a few games wltti teams in or near New Ymk ait raging I Ml pounds. Addresi (lerald 11 Wadsworth, 34il Broailwai The West End second team has the following ditea open (lit, 22 tov, 2it, eloctiou day and Tlianks glting Dai. ntlt-of town tiams givluj a guarantee and lialf oxiienses tireferiel. addltss W. II, Pi rlcr, lnaiiajer, 2u2 F.ighth at rune. The West hide Club has Oct. 7, 14, 21, 2S and Novrmbei itatrs open for trims averaging 13ft to 14 pounds. Will pay Handling expenses. All games to be plajid on the West side's gridiron. Ad. Uless J Mealier, 4(H'ulter atenue, Jersey llty. llinillnc. Touininicnt lowllng rtirtednn a for rfjthe loral alleys last night but the teason will not he in full swing for two weika, Instead of the AtnoruauXa tlonal Tournament whiihlu psst jean atariid the ball a-loliing a' the O imar.la As, nibly It mini Bill's tliel'nitnl Bo I g Clubs I a I p isae-ii on of fie win den strips, One teams i arte Ipatli g in tin head-pin gau e- fli flo lualiiaaoi Lii7abo.h in nti an excellent ihnwunr s oring ftns out or it posaiblo (Utn point'-. The scor : First liaim -Hi'Piel F-iche No 1-Trnelsen, S4. 1), ttleff, nt, Meyer, 1)4; Hluricbs, 42, F.lsniann, ill Total, i"-'. Second name 'south Taw No. 2 Hlgulns, '12. Ben dill, HI, Hnwc.Hi; Sltterb, 7S, Uloter, u.l. Total, 44r,. Third Game South Paw Nt I Iiodge, 7ft Mrdi. icus, ion. BlerSchenk, SI Vandrkar, lift, Jenkins, 10 1. Totll 4UO Foitithdaiiie- Oermanla L. t-auer, 10ft, w. Siuer, Id Clauss. inn ' Saier.lel llaj ca, 1 III. Tutsi r.Ol Firth (lame -Duppel FJi'lio No. j WnltT, 77, Ble'rr. 37: Hayir, no; Oldr, .'.. Total, 232. Welling of the Fniplre City Council learn had his ankle Injured bf a paining ttat'i'ii while on his way to Schluasuu s allot a las: li gill a-ul tho caplalns of the i impel ug leains ligurd I postpone two of the gsnii s. 1 he si ore of tli ' ( onti'at plaj i d follows: Knterprls. -Mnller, 12 1 1 Fh ken, 141. Si-hlum-tmhlil. 144. Kolh. t'.K. Kiehe . 12.1. T ual il..i. Oorell lloliiio.. lfti': (Irabor. 1.17. oitcn, 1(12. Mousees, 13(1, 1'. Schultr, 13. Total, 74i. Brooklyn Royal Arcanuniitcs began their tilth annual tournament laat im'ht at Traiuor's allot s. () ites and Beld at enues A larue and enthusiast), crowd wltnisaed thn uiniea and the honors were evenly diluted between In Long Letferts and Fort Oreene Councils. The scorns unsr iioir. Dr LnngCuinril-lllake, am. Bosener, 137, Tarn lyn 147. Hen, Hll. SillllliiBllIl. HI7. Total, Ml.'l I eirrrt" Council sellars, I'll), Brand. 133, Dode-, 1110; Smith, 134; Taylor, I "2. Total, 7ft'.. el-mMi OAMr. LaffrrlsCninrll Sillers. 2DU Brand. 1(!4, Do lei, 2M. Smith. 14U, Taylor 124. Total, 77H. Fort Greece Oouniil-B'lff ! 4. Snow, 144, Diehl, 147, Wallac. 161, Ol . 12s Total, 734, thi niiAJtr Fnrt Greene Cnuncl duff. 16. Snow. ISO, D.ehl. 1U7, Wallace. 1U1; Ills. 17(1. Total. S4.T. DrL ngCnuncil Ilia e. Hll. Tainlyn, ins, Herx, Kill, Uatt, 173. Srhuiuaiili, IftU. Total, M34. IlowllllK Notes. Members of the 1'n on Bi publican Club nf Bronx BoroiiKh hateoraultd a lm w ling club nnd elei'tid the follnwlugiiffl'e s W I. Sands. Pirsl.ient. J F. Kain . Setretaiy aid Treaiurr. II Floitrai .Captain, A. Fox Scorer. Mm annual elri t;on or ofllcers of thn Grate Hill Biw hug i lub resulted as follows Frank F-rkstilu, I'rosi lent ll Potts, ne 1'resi lent ami Capiain B. Jtolutea, Treasuret (ail oigt Se npii), II. wal theu, hergeant-alArnis. Bowling (iiilliet Tn-Nlght. Columbia Tnurnauienl Mercury, Premier ami Diamond at the 0 dllml la alley Brooklyn Bnyal An auuiu league Tournament -Gilbert Council, Atlantic Council and Altrt Council at Trsinor't allrya. v- ,r Acts gently on the m Kddneys, Lbver w and Bowels m CLEANSES THE 5YSTEM 'U OVERCOMES Jyrr f. Q BUT THE GttiUINt- MflH'F P Oy i m (aui?rniaTgi.Syrvf. li For Sale by all Druggist. Price, ftne. per bottle. -t'l'vL A'fH.S OT THE nilEEI.MES. ,EM" AYIiy a Tnudoni ltuns Ilnrder up Illll thnm 't-vis1 n Slnglo "ilnchliic. 't A man nnd his wife on a tandem had more 'iJE trouble during ft trlpoier tlie hlllsof it popular ' Wki New Jersey run than they did hate a year bo- Jjtt fore when each of the pair rode a single wheel. " 'i? The m n n who rode behind has written to Tub lt M'.s, nsklng why a tandem runs uphill with 'ra greater dillleulty than a single wheel. Illders ''-.jlri who hate pedalled both inaehines agree that ' M the double wheel runs harder than n single one !U over the same up grades, although it ji goes o.isler "on a level " Tho explanation ,iw ofa multiple lnuchlno being hardei to operate ' ,' f? than a single Is a mattor of motor-physics. In ,', , which there I-some tarlaiico of opinion. Off- r r )fi hnnd. tho opinion Invariably Is that It is a mat- ,-,, iw tcr of wheel-base. The latter, which ia tha f .izj measiireiiirnt bntwon the front and rearnxles, I'ti'M isof course longer lu the tandem than It is In i ri'lK' a single. Tin theory Is that the greater the ''.!' wheel-base the greatet the "drag " t Truckmen appioeiato tli4 proposition. ThoT .' I1 recogniu that while iliu truck, whlcli h.is.'i "j'.ip long reach between mcles, can carry a great si y, load on level cltv stteets. It Is more likely to fi 1 "get stuck" going up n steep guide from a X feny house, or up a hill nt any kind. The i.jl' longer the wheel huso the greater the woiglit ri. on the front wheel, is a proposition that is gen- iy ' ' ernllv accepted. The greater the woiglit oil " ! thn front wheel, tho morn tendency it has to lc- "dig" into the angle uf road that lises up lu s" front of It -"., A eonfii'.lng fact Is that tandems art so hullt i 3 ; as to throw most nf tho weight of the two wSfc'i ride's on tlin rear wheel It is contended by "fw3'i home that wliilu this is done tlio proposition uf SiSfti weight on the lear.wlieol compared with that 5Sib on tho front wheel is not the samu as in the eariiTj case of asiuglo. ."fWr' """""" i' Vi Toikdo Oct 2 Tho threatened bolt from uiLi the Century lload Cltih of America has taken i shape in a new body whose hendiiuarters will L b either In this cltv ot Clevelanil. It will be , I r ft known ns tlio Viuerinan Century Whcnlineii i .'? and at a meeting in ('let eland yesterdai.thefol- ' , r lottingolllcerHWere electml Chas W Meaton, ".'i' f. i Cleteland. president; (lliarh's () Iaskey. j Ji""Vi Toledo, fici-presideiit: . II. Shell, Circle- f v; Mile, secund tice-presiilent ; M. II. At- ". 11' kins. Cincinnati, third ice-pr"sidont: , " ; Milton (J. (III!, tnloilo, secrerity ; II. ' ! ,', M Divls. Clet'elnnd. treasurer The aliotn it," constitute a hoatd of control, with the follow- j ing additional hoard members V T Kettle- . fi ' ton. Toledo" Don A. Po'iieroy. Cleteland. nml "' i U. . I. 'Held. Dayton. Wliilu tlie bolt only em- ' f l" , braces Ohioans nt present, the mot o Is national - , In Its scope. ,' j' No l'nll Ontiies nt Yale. Nnw Havkv. Oct. 2 -It was announced by f l; tho Yalo officials this nftoinoon that owing to j f the tinusunlly long nnd arduous season nf the " 'V Ynle track team, wlne'i was cnneluile I at I.on- (ft- don with thn international games, the truck . .'' mnnngenient litis deculnd not to hold the ens. . t tj ( tomary fa'l games this veat The eninlld,ites , ,. ,jl for theeross-emiiitry team, which willcoinpetn I ni tho Intercollegiate eroas-eoiiutrv .hnmplon- I M ship on Tnanksglting Day nt Morris I'.irk, J I will be called out within u few weeks Ills ',,. ! nlso proposed to organize situtds of men. out- ' i side of those who are trying for thu cross- ' ', country team. J; Coaching. j Tho fliBt public roxd coach to announce its rant y. for the season ! the "Good Times " with Aurel Bo- . tonyi as whip, which will hereaftev i iake daily trlpi V. betwienthe Waldorl Astuianml Fordhani.i otering ' , In the Journey ihoiimst plcliinsiiin rnids neir Hit '4 J; nti iiVt' ., Ill . liortsmun's cOootii. , f iP m PRP.M0, W1Z4RD. J $j ASCOr AND KLONDIKE. T - I uinu.M I n ,f, down nnd fll.OO per week, or Ms -i v t;iJJ uinntlil) in iil'oportluii. KU.i .. . $& Bicycles, and IMImpi I'linnogrnphs W I '$ iflk n """" term',. M i W call mi miri'i:. y kji WW Equitable (lencral Providing Co. W " r; Afs (K. c. 1". Co.") M 1 A KUN I slabtllhe.l It'.ll "".W ' ,' )l at) Uronilvtiij' tro.iurida Bullllnr) JK i.i (itJii iist:t li'mtv irenei 'Bcc Kithrt ) KyJ ' , N IM7 MontllKlll. St. (UrooXljrn) rJAJ , S-'SN". "" Sa"SN"5&f$M' ' BROADWAY NWY0RfV ' CARmAGES&HABESS Autumn Styloo Now Rsacly. Biouliallih. Break", up-ra Bi . . l anr. detl, Cullpu It ,'kaat. -t.lt on Waaiii.- Wag .im'ti-s Surrers iiht" itm ab in-. Haul Uu' a, nml I trri larg' ai. il i i. is t n trims u m' Wjgona, Uolf I aits ( iiintiy ( lub Its.- ns an I i BASKET CARRIACES. ., ' We all rpeual utti'iill'-in this siaaoa to our I i' SECOND HAND CARRIAGES. , hsternl ex. ellein Brougliaiiia. .trauht iroiit i-S '' eltension tnnt limit I" lliewstn l. ( . . hilliiu ;( anrtoiherg' d lunlui's aimra! ( aori l"t ti ( i i. las, Coiipo IP ikawais !. A . all d uie Yer all It I utlli llrst i lass in Iit.Ii ' ur ti . t f,n (or ml tor sale at tsr nasniiaiils pn m , ehc iTurf. ' M0RR5S PARK RACES ; 1st Day. Tuosd-iy, Oct 3d. i J Til" .tliiliiin iliiinlli ftp, ,li nunc llnliilli up, 1 J sinnliatliiii llanilli .ii anil TlnreOtliei ' j Jtares. i . I First Race at 2 P M Musir bjr c mterno. II Tako I'd it 1. to Willis at , t . tn a by uprrlal , t,i Trains t., Morris Pirk si 13 'in. l.'4.'.. 1 or. 1 at. ,, , 1.41. "I.uo and 2 1'-1', il. lU'LlI, 00 CLMIS. if