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r CATHEDRAL CATHED JURILEE JURILEETw JURILIf J1JIIlLlLt
t f Tw T Archbishops Arrt1lhCJ at a t the hl Speolil Rlrlal M I ta tae u for forHim fCr fCrHII
e Him HII In HI J ralrleks PlrllkIIlnlhICn PatrIekILunehNfl Luncheon and andToiits adja anti1aItI
ja Toiits t AftcYw A Afftrard Clar rd and I a Ptir Pur Purst e of ofMlsoon o otiI5OOO
Mlsoon 115000 it Ild md ml Slany Ial ilfti Girt Presented PresentedMgr Prellnrd PrellnrdMRr PrescittetiMgr
Mgr Lavclle le celebrated ceehral hlH hit twentyfifth twentyfifthanniversary twentyffh twentyffhannl twentyfiftht
t anniversary annl rla y as is rector t ctor of St Patricks Ca Cathedral CaIheral Cat ¬
t thedral Iheral yps ypsterday rday by celebrating celehr tng solemn solemnnww MlemnHlt toemn
nww Hlt at 11 1 A M Bishop McFaul of Trenton Trentonpreached Trentonfreiohr TrentonrreaohPd
4 preached freiohr und unc in the sanctuary Hlctuary were Arch ArchlshppFarloyArchbishopHlordan ArohlhihQPFareyA Archtapar1oy
lshppFarloyArchbishopHlordan lhihQPFareyA tapar1oy Archbishop chhI8hoJHlord8n Itlorciari of Han KanFrancisco Hanit Sani
it i Francisco ranclsc Bishops Bshop McQualdo of Rochester Rochesternnd Rooheslerfnd Roohe8ternd
nnd fnd nd Gabriels Oabrltll of Ogdenburg OJdenhurg several seral mon montlgnori monoi wonJgnorl
tlgnori Ignor and andO 300 clergy of the ho archdiocese archdioceseAtthis arohdi0e arohdi0ef archdiocesef
f i Ii 4 Atthis tthe diMe cclosoof of the mas ml when whln John D DYlmmlns Dclmmll Dt
t clmmll Ylmmlns rend red an address ddreA of eulogy eulopy he au aocompaniod auJ aut
J t companiod companl d it by presenting prlentnp to Mgr I avello Iele Ielea Lavelina > avellours
a Dursa > urs of IJfiOOO lOOO The motiBlgnor
wannly thanked thankld his flock ock Other present presenthe prCont8 prCont8h
he h received r ive Included Includedk Include
u A k siver dinner lnnlr set Ipt pt from tim print lrlMtA IrintR of thn thnCathedral th thfatheral thtP
I tP w Cathedral BIpr household hOI ehold Rlld nd the Ih Hlster and andBrother Rndfrothfr Andrti
rti fatheral Brother of lheCnlhedral Ihe Catheeul CathedrAl Hchoolm Hchoo a gold Kale and andhllver andJ
L J hllver frothfr ehnllco from from Ilio Misses 11881s Broderlrk frodfrllk a ablack ablalk ablAck
black blalk Ilfr seal ffRllraelnl Ihllll PR1 travelling hap hal ha with wih diver tnivHIln tnivHIlnpie trnpllni tritv IILn IILnV
V ortlclls irtIc1ea from Mr und Mri fr8 Georgn rorl r mll lIIes lIIespj
pie pi a stiver 8Ihfr and told Iold ne lovlne cup from the theattnch theafahs theatttiehle
attnch atttiehle I aof ot thP th Cnthedraltn Cnthfdral1 silver and cut Ila gRSg gRSgdower la s sflower al
flower afahs vase va8 from Mh MI mid Mrs Irl Henry I In r O ORannon OR4nnon 0Bnnon
l Rannon itr a silver nnd At steel 11 rnrvlnR Inrvlnl set IPt t from fromthe tror frotatiu
the th Rev Rf I John lvpr Mullnny MIIn of Syracuse fjracls a silver silverJnkstnnd eflvrInketand lvfr lvfrInketand
Inketand from rror Eugene 1Iene Kelly Kpl and Ind a silver silverpaper 81er 81erpafrcutlr utlserpaper
paper cutter cutt r from Mr and ud Mrs Irs tie Burr Rurrl RirrII RirrIIAfter 11 11After
pafrcutlr After the ceremony Orpmon in the thl Cathedral Cathedralluncheon Catheral Catheralluncheon Cathedralluncheon
luncheon Aler was 08 served frvr in in Cathedral Catheral College CollegeHall CoUegf CollegQhail
Hall The decorations dfeOrRtons worn American Americanflags Amercan Amercani Americant
i t flags fa e intermingled Intermln Te lf with wih the HI Papal colors colorsMcGean colorsI cobraaM
I aM oVlr over the the prolawn table W8 watt the Papal Papalcoo Papalcoat
coo coat oC arms Thf The lO11maler toastmaster wal waa Mpr MprICean Mgr Mgrs
s McGean M Ciean Tho toast toaRt Our Olr Holy Father FatherPius FatherPluR FatherPIuA
Pius ICean X was WI wa responded rnpnde to hy Archbishop ArchbishopFarley ArchbishopFarlfY ArchbishopFarbey
Farley who Haiti Haitifilm saidPius aid1ll8
film X rRn < n piny plR tho th role roll of Moses Iosls In the thupresent thl thepraent
present 1ll8 InMnncn Inltlncl In Kronen trnlA and Ind conduct Ionduct th thexodus thl tha thaexodus
exodus fre8ent of Ciithollc Cltholc to a promised lro11811 land and nndR nn nnAlnnpr
R Urser pou and fnlror Cllrlr Inlet flhlln In Knitland Emllnd Germany Germanyand UcrJnny UcrJnnyand Germanyand
and our olr own O1n beloved hloll United t nltrd States HtatesJJIshop Stntfs Stntfsj Statesllishop
j JJIshop ishop Jobrlpl Gabriels of Ogdrnnburg O lnburg spoke to tothe tor tothe
r the Ihl toast llt Our Jiihilarlan Juhllrian in the ti Semi Seminary Sml Smli Seniinary ¬
nary the thf Rev Rf > M 1 J Henry pnrt to Our Olr Jubi Jubilarlan Jlbl JlblIrlan Jubilarlan
i larlan ntry Irlan Among mol His HI Fellows Fflnwl and the Hey RPVDr 111 111Dr HeyDr
Dr McMahon to Our Jiibilaran Jlhllr10n at His HisWork HI HIi HisVork
i Work The Thl Rev Re William Wlllal Livingston IhinpRton of ofPoiiRhkeepsie ofP01lhkfppll ofPoijgbtkeepsie
PoiiRhkeepsie read rtad on origami orltuol poem In InAndrews InEqglh InErg1iah
Eqglh Erg1iah P01lhkfppll onr and Fatwrlukl Father Ltike J fer Evers of St StAndrewfon StAndrews
Andrews Andrewfon an original orlilal latin poem poemThere pom pomTher poemThere
There Ther were 300 30 OO dignitaries digitaries and clergy at ntth atthhmchIJ atthshmcheon
th thshmcheon luncheori luncheoriToday
I i thhmchIJ Today Tody the te classmates claAmalEs of Mgr Igr Layolle Layollewill Iaole Iaolenl Lavolbe Lavolbetiil
will nl celebrate their 11lr twentyfifth twontyffh anniver anniversary annivert annivereary ¬
t sary 8ar of ordination ordinaton to the priesthood prieihoo in inl8mbvhavingaclaea
1879 18f l8mbvhavingaclaea br b having a a class clas picture picturl taken touring touringIho touringl touringthe
l the city efv and ending pndlg with wih a dinner dilnor at the theHotel theHotel
I Hotel Hot Ihl Manhattan Manhatan in the evening enlup Those Thoseremaining ThO Thoseremaining
1 remaining remainig of a class of fifty fft fiftyof of which Mgr MgrI 11 MgrLarebre gr grIeUe
cn
I arelie Is the thf youngest memberareMgra memberareMgraLavelle member are Igrs MgrsI
I Lavelle the Rev Re W7 W F McDonald of Gene
va N the Rev v J J 01 Aioanyand
and 11d the Revs Rvs F J Kearn Kear of Beverly Mass MassJohn Massohn MassJohn
John ohn G Nilan Niln of Amesbury Amesbur Mass 18 Francis FrancisJ Francl
J Glynn of Mclrose Melrol Mass 1aj F J Wilson Wiln iLton of ofBoston ofBoston I
Boston Olyof W J OMahoney O1lahonIY of Troy Tro Trov E M MSweeney MSweeney 1
Sweeney Sweneyf M A Cunnion Clnnlon M 11 J Henry Ienry J JJ Jr
J r Byrnes and Ind P E McCorrr McCrr of ofthls this city cityand cty ctyad cityand
Byls
and ad M J Haaren Hareu of Stony Hollow oUaw X XTey Y YThey t tr
r They Tey have been bn in the habit of meeting moetinjevery metng metngcr meetingevery
every five fve years vear to celebrate their school schooldays shool shooldaY schootdays
days cr but this year car the reunion was as de deferred dp defeped ¬
daY ferred lef on account aunt of Mgr 1lgr Lavelles lveles silver silverjubilee liver liverjubie silverjubilee
jubilee jubie On Wednesday Weea they will i take tak a aMr aal acall
call al up the Hudson and visit Ielt the suburbs suhurbsI
I Mr I tr Murray Maray Decline DeClne lirntncky IrntDek Bishopric BishopricBALTIMOKE Dsoprlr Dsoprlr8AIORE BishopricBAIrIMOflE
BALTIMOKE 8AIORE June 6 BTe 6The The Rev John G GMurray OMuy 0Murray
Murray Muy rector ror of St Michaels Michals and All AllAngels A AllAngel
Angels Anel Episcopal Epipl Church Cuch of Baltimore Baltimoreand Bltmore Bltmoreatorrly Baltimoreand
and atorrly formerly rector retor of the Church Curh of the theAdvent theAdvent theAdvent
Advent Birmingham Brngham has ha declined delie the theBishopric theBIhopro theBlehopric
Bishopric BIhopro of Kentucky to which whch he was waselected W8 waaelected
elected 1e by the te diocesan dio council ounoi of that tht State Statein StateIn Statein
in convention cnventon at Hopkinaville Hopknvie on May My 17 17Mr 1 17L I
L Mr p1r J Murray MuYBY Bays be b Is convinced cnvnc his present presentwork prent prentwork presentwork i
work Is in Baltimore BaltimoreSUED BaltImoreSUED
j li Btmor
SUED BY LEAP YEAH WOOER WOOERB WOOERBay
l
i B Bye Bay y of 9O O Accepts Alpt Propoial Popal or Woman loman or ofI orU
1 I 8 U 3and and a I Is Now In I Jail Jai for Retreatlnc RetreatlncPouonxxEFsrE ftetreaUnroUonxEParL teaUn teaUnPo
PouonxxEFsrE Po oUonxEParL aJEI June Jue 8 fMaron 6ttarfon Marion Lewis Lw
20 2 yean er of age ageIs ilnjal is injail accused aced by Miss MissAddle Mi Has HasAddle
Addle Add Flucklnger Fucklnger 18 years yer older of toying toyingtrith toynl toyIngslth
trith t her affections aletol Lewis Lwi paid a visit visitto visitto Islt Isltto
to a arltve relative in Ellehville ElenvUel8t last fall falat fallat t a time timewhen tme tmewhn timawhen
whn when the te countryside countyide was 8 in the throes throesef thrO
ef r a temperance tmprnccrde crusade waged by Miss MissFluckinger Mi MissFluckinger
Fluckinger Fucigr who is il a prominent and active activemember aclhemebr activemember
member mebr of th ti the W C T U He met mE Miss MLssFluckinger MissFbucldnger Il e eucknger
Fluckinger ucknger and and was as wooed and won wonTo wonTo on oni
i j To Tol6 Miss Fluckingers Fucklngerf timid request rqlest for forhis forhhd forhishand
his hhd hishand hand and heart hert young young youx Lewis Jwlwhlspred Jwlwhlspreda whispered whispereda
a shy and faltering falt rlng Yes Ye Subsequently Subsequentlyhe Subequently Subequentlyhe
he experienced expriencl a change of mind and de declined dl dlcln declinid ¬
clined cln to t carry cary out Olt the thl matrimonial con contracton cantract contract ¬
tracton tract on theground the ground that he was under undernge Inder InderRge tinderngeandnoblegallybound
nge ngeandnoblegallybound and not legally 11g ly bound boud to tokeephispledge tokeephispledgeWhereupon keep kephis his pledge pledgeWhereupon pll e
Whereupon Wberupon his hi leap year wooer woor sued Iled him himfor himfor himfor
for 110000 1100 damages and had him arrested arrestedfor arrted arrtedand arrestedand
and contnld confinedinjnilwhere In Jaiwher ho ha has langi8hed langi8hedfor languished languishedfor
for several 61lrl week weekCounsel WeKI weeksCounsel
Counsel Counsf for Lewis Lwis told Judge Judgt Betts Bett that thatLewis thatwla thatLewis
Lewis wla wa Wl was willing wiing to redeem m his hil hi pledge pledgen pledgehutthe
1 but hutthe Ihe conEel counsel for the rl plalnllf plaintiff IntrpOed IntrpOedR intsrposecl intsrposecla
n strenuous s rnlouR objection obllcton Ho said 1Id that tht the theage theIgeof theage
age Igeof of Lewis Ltle wns WOI disputed tindwas indwl there therefore ther therefore ¬
fore fnr an isBiip IIIUI that could only come comE up on onthe onthe onthe
the trial of tho and that he could
trll ca Ce case e hI not notagree notIgl notI
I agree Igl to the thl marriage without flint frt having havingan haingIn
an In interview Int iew with wih Miss Mi Fluckingor FluckingorJudge Fllcklnper FllcklnperJldge Fluckingorludge
Judge Jldge Betts ts consented cnented to t postpone potpone the case cosefor C8 casefor
for one week wfk It is said that Levis rep repwejited rP rPP1tf represanted
wejited P1tf bin hi age agE to Miss Ilsf Fluckinger Flucklul r I as s 24 24In 24In 24In
In his hi letter letterwritten written writen in jail jai to Miss HM Fluck Fluckinger Fluckinger FluekInger ¬
inger Lewis Lwis addresses addr5 her BM R Dear DearMadame Doar Doarf Doarpl
pl Madame f dmp and expresses expr8pR his hit willingness willingnessto wilngnRa wilngnRato
to marry her immediately Immelatlly nnd pay pa her licrlawyer herlyerf bierlawyers
lawyer lyerf bill bil and asks a ak k8 if she is willing willingto wilng wilngju
ju to marrr maryhlm maryhlmWe him himWe
4 We will II depart departfor for Oneida Onplda IIP hI hi adds addsI addI
I am m sure sur you YOl will wi he pleased pleMe with wih my
folks and nd we will wi live 111 happy in the future futurenven futurl futureeven
even fw n though tough we e have had trouble in the theI IbeIast theCOMPLAINS
I Iast > ast
COMPLAINS COVPL S Of fl ILL USAGE USAGECtrl tSGEGIrl USAGEGirl
GIrl Beleaied n leaad From FrCI Home Hotse of Holy 101 Family FamilySees Faml FandlySee
Sees District nslrlct Attorney AttorneyA Atornr AtornrA AttnrneA
A lawyer lawyr accompanied acompnie by Annie Milan Milanef Milanof llan llanf
ef f 000 0 East Eat Thirteenth hirtenth street rtret In tow of a areporter arprter areporter
reporter rprter called ole yesterday elterday upon upn Assistant AssistantDistrict AssistantDistrict eslstantDletrt
District Dletrt Attorney Atorney Garvan and submitted submittedaffidavits submite submittedaV1idaita
affidavits Ifda i6 to the effect ctet that the girl hadvol hadvoluntarily had vol volintari1y 01 01Intarly ¬
untarily Intarly entered entred the House HOle of the thf Holy HolyI
I f Family Tai at ISO 131 l3 Second Send avenue avtnue on April Apri 8 8lD 51fl02atIdhad
lD 1fl02atIdhad 1002 arid a dhd had been bn cruelly crely treated trate deprived deprivedof deprle
of ofcmmuncaton 5 communication with Ith relatives reJalel Und of ofthe ofchfprm
t the chfprm promised pay of Si 1 3 a week ek They de declared deca dedared ¬
dared ca that the to girl had been hfn unable tlable to get getout getI getcut
out ut until unt April prilO pril 10 last on habeas hahfas corpus corpusThe COIUI corpusThe
I The girl lrIssId Mid that tht before bef rf she entered the theplace th theplace
place ih site had ha been b n working olklng In enter a factory factoryat factor factorat
at at tt 4 a week wtk She said t IhA sha hn wn was M induced Induce by b bwoman a awoman awoman
woman to enter the House HOle of the Holy Holyaly
Family Famiiya aly a branch brnch of the thE Order Orrer of Sisters Sistersof Silten Siltenof
of Divine of White
Compassion < omption WhlA Plains PlainsShe Plalnl
She he W8 was put to work she he said Il making makhi makhichldrenl makingchildrens
childrens chldrenl underwear undM ar and was allowed allowedno aUowe
4 no exercise ex roi except IXCfpt in a small inclosed inclosedrourtyard IncloA
4 courtyard Nurtyard She said Ald that t ha t for infraction Infraton of ofthe oftha ofthe
the niMftsh rl rules lhA she was 81oblgM obliged tolie tole face down downward downward 01n 01nward ¬
ward strap trAp for hours haur and was lal punished punlehe with lb a astrap aatrap
After Arfr seeing flnl Mr fr Garvan the th lawyer lawyeraid laYfrHld lawyereald
aid Hld that the District Dttrlct Attorney Atornl would sum summon suni sunimon stintmen ¬
mon a number nlmbAr of girls Irls to quest qlffilon ion them con concerning coincerning ¬
cn cnCrnlng
cerning Crnlng their thplr theirlives lives in the tht Institution InstitutionCASHIER Inltltuton InltltutonCtSHER institutionC4SIUER
CASHIER VAIKXT1K nELEASKtt nELEASKttMe
Me GI Ont nf Trrhtnn Tt flr lnn PrUnn Ptl nn hut hit Is r rmted rrC rrested
rested rC i Alal Again on Olii Oli ImliclmrntK ImliclmrntKTBEWTON htrlnfnt htrlnfntTRENON ltitltctmpntuTsrrrro
TBEWTON TRENON N J Tune iM 8 Cfporgn CPrl M Vnl Vnlentlne YII YIIetn ni nientirne
entlne etn who wan R cashier Clhipl of thp Middlesex MiddlPlX
County Bankand Banl Bsnk Ylne nd treasurer tlafurr of the Perth PerthAmboy Pprth PprthAmby PerthI
I Amboy Amby Savings SRlrIR Institution lnRtlllton was waarelpa released
from from the t State Slat Stetprison prison priln today totay having bppn bppnconfined hes hesconfined P
bP
confined confne there Ihrrffor for four fOlr years parR and right rightmonths flht flhtmontha eightmonths
ant
months He UP was wasnlx WR rearrested rcnrrlftrd Immllatol Immllatoland Immediately
and ta1ln taken to New fW runRwiektn anslr answer l td tdsIx
sIx Ixc > other othlr indictments resulting from his hisI
rrfulln hil
I defalcations defalcationsValentine dICal defalcatbonsi < tonl
i t Valentine had har be bll been n looking forward to tot
t the Ih day when hf hI > should lhould again a Ahl be hf forar free Cr and
it was a hard ha herdlow rIlow blow when he hI learned Jlarnl recently rlnl recentlyet h
et that it had had been dftprmlnN < letPrmined to arrest arlt him himagain himRaln hiriagain
again on in the fix fh additional Rddlionnl Indictments Indlclmlnte Indlclmlntej
At j he h tnpp tfP tepped d from frm HW prison ho seemed EPpmNI
to toboaphyslcal be b a physical phyfcl and mental wreck lk Vnlen Yllrn
tines tlrt jieculations amounted nmountr o 280 os000 osoooJ
J
i
OPPOSED P SED TO TOReport > Dir i BP1 SFR42ZNG P PReport
Report fprt That TtLo Local d ChtIie llSerrloe Board BoardDliipprovni Boad BoadDIaProntHolpUal Boardflhsapprones
Dliipprovni DIaProntHolpUal Hoipllal Appointment AppointmentIt Aptntmet AptntmetIt AppolntmentIt
It was a rpred reported yo yeted yesterday torday y that the te Mu Munlolpal MuClvl Muiiloipal
nlolpal Civil Clvl Service Srvic Commission CmmUslon will wl not notapprove notap notaroVd
approve ap ov tho appointment of Dr William Wilam B BBpratllng BHprthng BSatIing
Bpratllng Hprthng recently rnty chosen chOn by tho board boardof boar
of trustees truteM of Bollovue Bleve and AlliedHospitals AlliedHospitalsto AledHoaplal AledHoaplalto Allied Hoapitais Hoapitaisto
to be osup superintendent itendent In place plDc of DC DrWllal AVIlllam AVIlllamMabon WilliatnMahon
Mabon Mlbon now presidentof pridentof the State Slt Com Commission Comml8lon Cornmission ¬
mission ml8lon In Lunacy Lunay but will wl decline decln to t recog recognize rcog rcognlz rocognize ¬
nize nlz his credentials crdental from the State Civil CivilService Civi ClviiService
Service Srlee Commission CommissionAssistant Coml8fon Coml8fonAIRlnt CommissionAsaistant
Assistant AIRlnt Superintendent Suprlnlendent Michael Ichal J Jnickard JRickar Jfliokard
nickard Rickar was W pressed prse as the local locl1 candidate candidatefor cndidate cndidatefor
for the job President Presient John W V Brannan Brannanand Brannanand Brannanand
and other trustees trRWC appointed appint by Mayor MayorI Mayorlow I IOppOle
I low < ow opposed him and he was wa defeated defeatedby deteat d dby
OppOle I
by one vote ote at a lively lvely meeting metng of the tfietrustees thetrlstelS thetrustees
trustees trusteesThe trlstelS trusteesThe
The trustees trteC who voted oto for Dr Spratling Spratlingdont Sprating Spratingdont Spratllngdont
dont think the Municipal Munloipl Civil Service ServiceCommission Sflc ServiceCommission
Commission Commilion has h8 any power to overrule overrulethe overrle overrlethe overrulethe
the State ato Commission
inero are courtsIn courts town for Just aucl auclan
an al omorgency emorglnc Dr Brannan said yesterday yesterdayDr
Dr Spratling Spratlng did not nt take up his duties dutieson dutes duteson
on June Jlne 1 us a was expected because beIle he hecannot hocAnnt hecannot
cannot cAnnt leave the epileptic lplepto colony at Sonyea Sonyeauntil Snyea SnyeaInt Sonyeauntil
until Int Juno IS 1 Meanwhile Meanwhie friends friend of As Assistant Assiltani Assistant ¬
sistant siltani Superintendent SUPrlntendent Rickard are ar telling tellingeach wing wingIach tellingeach
each Iach other to watch what hat happens happl when whenDr whenDr whenDr
vue Dr Spratling Spratlng tries to take charge at Belle Bellevue Ble Blevue Bellevue
vueA
A high official otcial said yesterday that Mr MrRickard MrRickard MrRickard
Rickard would have accepted accpte the third thirddeputy thir thirddeputy
deputy commissionership commlBsionrhip In the Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment of Charities Charites when William Wiia R Noonan Noonanwas Noonn Noonnwaf Noonanwas
was waf ousted OUlte recently rcntly If he had not been beenassured ben benaured beenassured
assured aured that he would be b appointed appointe superin superintendent auprn auprntendent superintendent ¬
tendent of Bellevue BellevueThe Blee BleeTho BelbevueThe
The trustees truste and nobody nobdy else cle have the thesay theay thesay
say ay about appointments appointmlnte subject lubject to civil civilservice cll civilservice
service law regulations rpulatone but a trustee trulto can canbe canb canbe
be b removed for disability disabity or negligence negligenceafter neplgence neplgenceafler negligenceafter
after a hearing hearingSOLDI hearingSOOIEnS hearingSOIdIHERS
SOLDI SOOIEnS SOIdIHERS Ens SUFFER FROM HEAT HEATnmillnr HEATRnntne HEATRoutine
Routine Rnntne Work Continues Contnlrl at the ChI State Statl Camp CampTwrntylhlrfl CampIfnhlr CanipTwcntthlrd
Twrntylhlrfl Ifnhlr to Go on Outpost Oulpst nitty nittySTATK Dil DilSTAT Dtit DtitSTAIR
STAT CAMP CA rp PEEKSKILI N Y June JuneTheswelterjng 6 6The 6The
The Theswelterjng sweltering heat today tday greatly great bothered botheredthe bthered btheredthe botheredthe
the militiamen millamen In camp here There have havebeen haveben havebeen
been however no prostrations prostrationsTho proetratons proetratonsThe
The workof work of the day has ha been merely merelyroutine merelyroutine merelyroutine
routine The cavalry have been ben divided dividedinto dividedInto dividedinto
into three thre squadrons suadrons In the early morn mornIng mor morntag
Ing the cavalry had ba unmounted unmounto drill dri and andlater andlaler andlater
later Inthe In the day mounted drill dri In extended extendedorder extende extendedorder
order In the afternoon alernoon there were the theusual theIsual theusual
usual Isual routine routne calls cale water stables tablle and andteneral andgeneral
general cavalry work
The he Twentythird Tenty thlrd Regiment tomorrow tomorrowwill tomorrowwi tomorrowwill
will wi send out part of the command for foroutpost foroutpel foroutpost
outpost outpel duty dut > The men mln will wi take shelter sheltertents sheler shelertenln sheltertents
tents and bivouac over Ollr night In II the woods woodsnorth woodsnorth woodsnorth
north of the camp
Tho SixtyNinth tixtyNinth Regiment Regiment will wi he h in incamp incamp incamp
camp later on and Col John Duncan Em Enimet Emmet Emmet
met met and Capt Patrick Patrck Joseph Maguire Maguireof lagulrAor
of Company F were in the tented tento city cl
today todaylooklg looking over the ground Slund and making makingarrangements makingarrangements makingarrangements
arrangements arrangementsThere
There was not a corporals eoprall guard gard of spec spectators 6pl spectators ¬
tators tator to witness wine the evening eenig parade paade to tonight tonipht tonight ¬
night nipht Last Lt night nght there were several severalthousand eeveralthou8nd severalthousand
thousand thou8nd The heat today loda and the pros prospect prol prospoet ¬
poet plt of a shower at 8 ocock ocok tonight prob probably probaly probably ¬
ably aly kept many people peple away awayTHE awa awaTilE awayTIlE
TilE SEAGOERS SEAGOERSMore fl4GOERS fl4GOERSIore
More Iore Americans Amtrlean Off Of for Europe To Toa ToaDefore Today TodayBefore < Uy UyBefore
Before It I Becomes Hotter HotterSome Uoler UolerSome hotterSome
Some passengers enger sailing saiig today for forBoulogne forBuloge forBoulogne
Boulogne Buloge and ad Rotterdam Rttrdm by the Holland HollandAmerica Holld HollandAmerica
America AeriC steamship sthlp Statendam Sltndm are areThomas areThomas
Thomas ThomB C Van Antwerp Aterp Mr lr and Mrs MrsClarence MnCarence MrsClarence
Clarence Carence D Ashley Bhle Herbert Herber B Benedict BenedictMr nelct nelctlr
Mr lr and Mrs frs George W Burnham Burham Mrs MrsBenjamin MrsBenamin MrsBenjamIn
Benjamin Benamin Franklin Fankln Prof Pof and Mrs J 7 G GHibben GHlbb 0Hibben
Hibben Hlbb n the R He BeY r D M G Kyle Kyll Mr and Mrs JlreJ In InJ
J H K Smith Mr and Mrs 11 George Gffre W WStevens WStevll WStevens
Stevens Stevll Mr and 111 Mrs L H Stewart Stewar Mr Mrand lr lrInd Mrand
and Ind Mrs 11 George Gfrle W Thacher ThacherSailing ThacherSigb ThacherSailing
Sailing Sigb by the Cunarder Cuarder Slavonia SIonla off offtoday ot offtoday
today for the Mediterranean Meditrranen are areMr anMr areMr
Mr and Mrs rs Pelham Blnckford Prof and
Mr Mrs William Wiiam H Crashaw Crsbaw Mm I PoC William
Armstrong AImstron Collins Colns Mrs 11 Frank W W Wiiam Dicker DickerCharles DickerCharles l I
Charles W ti Kurlinr urlnr Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Charles Dlk F
Horn Horf Mr 1lr and Mrs 1f P W Inmati Duncan S SMerwln Slerwln SMerwin
Merwln John Mends lnola Prof and Mrs lr L I 1 G
Monte Iontf Mr fr and Mrs n W D Peck Mr Ir and
Mr Mrs lr8 W J Weaver and Ind Dr Edwin Fdwln West WestVoyagers W WestVoyagers t tVoyagr
Voyagers Voyagr by the Italian Iala Line Lie steamship
Cltla Cita di d Torino Torn sailing eing today for Naples NaplesProf NapIe NaplesProf
Prof and Mrs 11 CononcentlMIs Conoseentl Miss 1M Lydia T
Edwards EdWRdl Miss 1M Ella Ela Earl Hays HRI Allen Alen Hurley Hurleyand Hurll
and Miss 11 s Olivia 0111 Moody MoodyHORSE MoodyHORSE ood oodHORSE
HORSE A 4 HEAT IEIT VrCTIM VrCTIMFinal lCTl lCTlFinal If CTIM CTIMFinal
Final Collapse Colape Came amf After Affr It I Tried Tlld to toClimb toClnb toClimb
Climb Clnb a Stoop HloopA Stoopbig tCCp tCCpbig
A big bay by horse bitched blcher to a delivery deliverywagon deler deliverywagon
wagon was a overcome by the heat hot at Co Columbus Columbus Cetumbus ¬
lumbus avenue avenle and Sixtyseventh street streetlate Itrlrl Itrlrllate streetlate
late yesterday afternoon aferoon It collapsed collapsedand colaplc collapsedand
and James Jaml McBride the driver drver let it It lie liewith le lewith liewith
with Its it harness harnEs on A dozen women in inthe Inthe inthe
the crowd thnt thnt gathered gathere ran rn for water and andice andice andice
ice and cooled coolld the horse hore off 01 until unti it got to toits 10Il toits
its Il feet fefttThen Celt feetThen
Then It i started starto down the avenue aenuf on the therun thenl therun
run nl It I turned lured into West Wel Sixtyfourth Sixtyfourthstreet SixtCourh SixtCourhIret SixtyFourthstreet
street Iret and ald started Itare up the steps of No o 211 211wagon 211wagon 1
wagon walon and all ni The driver drver pulled pule l it back backand backan backand
and an it collapsed collple again againWhy againWhy againWhy
Why dont you send Iend that poor por beast beastto beastto beastto
to the S P C A Hospital Hospial a woman de demanded demande demanded ¬
manded mande of the th driver driverIt drer drerIt
It costs S4md Stand 4 nnd I havent got the money monlY
he said saidSomebody Fld FldSnmebdy saidSomebody
Somebody Snmebdy started tarte to take up a collection collectionand colecllon colecllonand collectionand
and the crowd melted meltf away awa Late last lastnight last lastnight
night nigh the horse hOI < waR still RIIinp lying in the street streetPICKED stret stretJWlEO streetSCOW
PICKED JWlEO UP J SlWY St KiV SCOW 5COTTFloated SCOT SCOTFloatrd SCOWFloated
Floated About a aMenace Menace nace to Navigation NavigationSince aIaton aIatonSlne aiigationSince
Since the ChI llnboken lobokln Fire FireThe FireTe FireThe
The Te United States Stt tug tu Argus Arg9 Capt Capt Bell Bellpicked Bll Bellpicked
picked up a scow in the lower bay last laHevening la lastevening t teonlng
evening The scow was almost totally totallysubmerged lolaly lolalyH1bmerge totallysubmerged
submerged H1bmerge It Is I about 100 10 feet fet long and
30 feet Cet wide The Argus Argl towed twe the wreck wreckwhich wrck wrckwhich wreckwhich
which was wa one of the boats boat burned burne In the therecent thernt therecent
Island IslandOne I6landOn IslandOne recent rnt Hoboken fire fr into Rosebank Roebank Staten StatcnIsland tttn tttnI6land StatenIsland
One On of the iron steamboats teamboat carrying a aload aload aload
load of excursionists excuionlst to Coney Cone oney Inland hlalnarly hlalnarlyrn caryng nearly nearlythe nearlyran
rn ran Into the wrk wreck Warned by the Argus ArguthA Argusthe
the steamboat Itabot stopped ItoPPd when hln her bow was waswithin waswithin 1l
within llthln fifty ffty feet of the submerged lubmerge scow scowThe ICOt scowThe
The Thl Patrol Patrl the harbor police polce boat nearly nearlyran nesrlyrn nearlyrita
ran rn into the thewreck thewreckJudgment wreck wrecklodgment trck trckIodmf
lodgment Iodmf t Acalnit President Pesldlnt Cromwell CromwellNathan ComII Cromwellathan
Nathan athan S Barrett Barltt a landscape landCp artist artistwas artet artetwt artistwas
was wt plaintiff plaintif yesterday In an action tried triedin triedIn triedin
in the Richmond Rchond county court Judge JudgeStephens JudgeSlephen6 JudgeStephens
Stephens I residing In which he sought to torecover tortover torecover
recover rtover 11600 116 1X from George Cromwell CromwellPresident Cromel CromwellPresident
President of Richmond JUchm nd borough brough Mr Bar Barrett Barrll Earrett ¬
rett rll alleged Riege that in 1894 18 Mr 1lr Cromwell Cromwellauthorized CromTel Cromwellauthorized
authorized authorize him to make plans planl for the beau beautifying beautlfing beautifying ¬
tifying of his place pla Mr fr Barrett Batretl Mays 8 that
he worked worke on the plant plant for come months monthsand monthand monthsand
and that Mr fr Cromwell Cromel pronounced them thempxcpllent thempXCllnt themexcellent
excellent pXCllnt hut hit too elaborate pronounc and costly CUr
Mr h Barrett thought thought 115 1500 was WRS dun dUf to him himand himon mintand
and on Mr Ir Cromwell Cromwfl thought tholpht 1250 250 was 101 enough
The Thl jury jur rendered rrodpre a verdict Irdlct for 1500 160 to In
favor of ofMr Mr r Barrett BarrettSTANLEYS Rrrlt RrrltTI BarrettSTtXLE1
STANLEYS TI I roit 10tI F1GHTIXG F1GHTIXGieta lIGITIO lIGITIOJrt IGIITIXfIGets
Gets Jrt a Draw With WlthWilshof Walsh WalshoC or Boston Doaon After AfterrtroelvlnR Afer AferRfofhlnr AfterIIeoeltnE
rtroelvlnR Rfofhlnr Mnelern lrlrfn Caution CautionSperdl Cautonl Cautonlrl Cautionsperffii
Sperdl rl 1 CaWe Cob Utipatth lpow to Twt Sun SUI
LONDON June llnl 1lmm i3iImmy llmtny Walsh of Boston Bostonand Ro Rotonand ton tonAnd
and Digger Olllpr St Ithnl Stanley nley fought fOlahl fifteen Irfln rounds roundsreaultlnn roundsresulting
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resulting r Bullnl In a draw rlw at the th Kntlonnl 1ltonl Sporting
Hub Jlb liib tonight The fight Ilht was at 112 Rportn pounds ounds
for the thl world orld a rrmmplonnhlp lIRmplon8hlp and 12 a purse
o of r cH cHThe CIO CIOThl cirtn cirtnflie > I Plrh
The Thl baltic baWl WHS W8f fast Cllt Walsh aish was 1 the thl ae aeirrefMir
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continued conlnupd the foul tactics letls of his hil previous prfvlo s
contest contrl Trie TnI referee rfrerl cautioned elutlonld hint Mine
teen teln t tlm tImes mH Stanley Stanlr deliberately 1111brRtrl herd hel Walsh hilI aIeh
infllctliiK Innlethll aevere vere rrf punishment 1lI1shmpnt oji i him hll him It
wnsii IRBR jvonder wonder to impartial Imparlal observers obIrvers Q that the thenirll theLngilshmsn
inll Lngilshmsn nirll hmRn riman was a not disqualified dlBquRlfld Walsh Walshronfiderably Walshtlidlrlbl aish aishecaciderably
ronfiderably tlidlrlbl added Iddl to to his reputation for
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OFrElt FOn fon tlT7 ITZ lVW tYJ IIAltT IIAltTIattrr lMlT lMlTIater Ii 4 lIT lITLatter
Latter Iater ircrptx relllls TileaRo IICo Cltiirs Iuhs Iurse nrle to tolleet toIlet toMeet
Meet Ilet Cornlslinii lornlhlll n Nct e ctt 1 Month tlunltiIf IunlhI
If I Bob Fitzfimmons consents eon5lnl to wait alt a fen fenweeks CIW CIWweeks fewweeks
weeks a match will wi be arranged Rrranlec for him with withJliirrln withMarvin ih ihllrlln
Marvin llrlln Hart the clever Louisville loulsllle heavy heavywolyht bea beawlhht heavywjght
wolyht wlhht Jack McCormick fcCormirk who Is I llnrti llnrtiiii hart HnrtlmIKlr hartnianager
iii lmIKlr nianager nier has received rlceled HU n offfir aler from rout tho thoVaverly thoWarl thoVaverly
Warl Vaverly A C of Chicago for Hart Hat to face facethe facethe
the Cornishmiin ornl in a six round bout on June
le McCormick lcLormlck informed Iformld the club that while whileHart whie whieaerred whileHart
Hart agreed to meet Fitz Fiz he hl would not be beready berlad beready
ready rlad to do business busiless until unll July Jul 4 It is ex expected explcltd expected ¬
pected plcltd that the Waverly Walrly people peopll will wi consent consentto CODSlnt
to this arrangement Irranlement HS the contest will wi surely surelyattract 8urpl 8urplalract surelyattract
attract alract a big crowd and Is worth while whlp wait waitIIIK wal traitlug
IIIK Ilg for KHz Flz is popular ppular in Chicago Chiago having havincrappeared hRIlnl havingappeared
appeared apparld there Ibfre on several occasions Hart Harthu harthas an anhUl
hu hUl has been seen seln In that city ci also alsoFltc alsoIt alsoIt
It Is more than lke likely that In thf the IfRltll meantime meantimeFitr
FI7 Fltc will wi enlace fnlRle in I a struggle struIle with ib Gus GUl Ruhllrt Ruhllrtat Ruhln Ruhlnal
at Philadelphia Phladllphla Billy Biy Madden has been brel in incommunication Incommunicaton incommunication
communication communicaton with several fistic nstc promoters promotersof
of that city It and they are waiting wallni to near from fromFlu CramI7 fromYita
Flu I7 If the exchampion IxhRmplon considers cn ldlrs Ruhltn Hlhll A Alikely I alikely
Iklly likely opponent opponen t a match will wi be b made at atonce atones t tonce
once Ruhlin Ruhln is In shape Ibape and ad would be b ready readyto read readto
to race Lanky Boh in two weeks If the thelatter thelat4r thelatter
latter lat4r Is satisfied lal n6 Fltz Fiz is doing doig light lght work at athi athil athis
hi hil his home in Bath Beach and those tho who have haveseen haveIlen haveseen
seen Ilen him lately say IRY that he is 11 In I the thepink pink ik of ofcondition ofcondiion ofcondition
condition condiion A match between teen Kid McCoy and andFits ad adI7 andFun
Fits I7 at atPhladeIPhfl Philadelphia at present prent seems IPms remote remotefor remoteror remotefor
for the I he Kid met Fltz the other otb r day ds and ad said saidthat salothat saidthat
that he hI did not care to fight 1eht him at least for fora torI
a I while whileBIDS whie whieRIDS
BIDS FOR MGOVER AND HALO HALOHa HAN LOX LOXhIaes
hIaes Ha aM > M Valley Vail all A C Make takM Lowest Offer OfferThe Oflr OflrThl OtTerThe
The Thl Fight Fllht loCpnrd loCpnrdFddle PostponedEddie Postponed PostponedFddie
Eddie Fddle Hanlon and Terry TerrY Motlovern 101ollrn will 1 not notflht nottlh notfight
fight tlh on Inly J I h 15 as 11 arranged IrranlPd By mutual mutualaerwrnent mutlRI mutlRIIIHpment mutualaereement
aerwrnent IIHpment the th pair will wi meet on Sept fept feptIn 5 5Instead Sinstead
Instead In t4Rd When Vh m the boy bOj1 signed sllnf articles arices a afew aCel afee
few Cel weeks rek ago alO they thp agreed nlro to leave 1 1t the com combat combl cornbat ¬
bat bl open to the highest hllht bidder bldder When tim thnbid th thbldM timbids
bid bids were rlre opened openl yesterday restrd > it was a found that thatthe thatthl thatthe
the thl proposal prposl of the National itionil tolil A t C of Phila Philafielphia Phla Phladelphla Philsdelphia
fielphia wile the thelnrIllt largest This club has offered offeredSO olerrd
SO per cent of the sr08s gross ro receipts relelpt for a nix nixround Ilx Ilxround sixround
round combat Next ezt came a I purse purlp of 15000 15000from sO 3000from
from the Wavcrly Hor A C of Chicago Chlcalo and Rn a I MOOO MOOOpurse 000 000purse
purse front the fenox A A C of Philadelphia Philadelphiafor PhUadelphl1
for Flrl or a I six ftx si round encounter pnrounter t bid was Wl8 also nlsoreceived n alsorecivsd 111
received rllvl from the Eureka EnrOka A C of Baltimore Baltimorewhiih Baltmore BaltmoreIhllh Baltimorewhkh
whiih Ihllh is I controlled controHN by b Al l Herford nmnnger nmnngerof mSnKlpr mSnKlproC
of loe 0 Onns This Thil organisation orlfnl7Rton Is ready to toallow toallow
allow 111 to the boxers 01 O per plr cent of the gross grossreceipts srO crossreripts M M1IIt8
receipts 1IIt8 The lowest proposal nl crime 1111 from the theHH theIHrr thehayes
HH IHrr hayes > P Valley all A C of rropo San Hln Francisco The Theoffer Th Thollr TheotTer
offer was W 0 per cent The representatives of ofboth ofhoth ofhot
both ollr hot Ii men len o were Wfrr much Ileh simirfsed slllrllrl sun tiriserl rljlrsrntatrl when whel they theylearned tll tlmylearned
learned Irnrd of the California CIUforl clubs c Ih bid as n they theyexpected thrypXpctpd theyexpctPd
expected that this I his oriranlntlon or1nlzalon would olid ould give glvnmorn 11 givemorn
morn pXpctpd 10rf money forthe bnttlnthnn btlrthan the other clubs clubsIt Cllbl
It I was n more 10r as u result rp < ult of this offer otlr that thatthe thatthl thatthe
the thl managers manR r8 agreed to put the light flh off 01 until untilSept untI untIlSept
Sept Hpl so O as lurppr to give 111 the other 01 hpr clubs in Sinn Sinn1rnnclsco SanFrancisco on onFrondeo
Francisco a lhlncp chance < hanc to get ct 1j the thl cotiiliHt eOlhit San SnnKraniisco lnn lnnFranOco SanFraniisco
Kraniisco FranOco i tq < Ijnnlon IIAn1on1 home ho and for this thl rca renFOII rlA rcaFoil
Foil 001 tilone nialII It in I thought t housht bat I If I r the t hp light Ilht is il held heldthero heldthrro heldthem
them it would attract ntrrt a hlir hla crowd crowdIOLO crowdlOL
IOLO AT WESTCHESTEH WESTCHESTEHRockauay IIESTCHESTERRockaway fTCIESTEI fTCIESTEIRClkawa
Rockauay RClkawa Defla Defeats the ChI Home lome Team Ten1 for forCountry ForCotnntr i iConntr
Country Conntr nub luts Cups CuptiIlockaway CI CIRockRway CupsItockaway I
Ilockaway and Westchester mot mit yester yesterday reslerdR yesterday ¬
day dR In the final polo gAme at It the Wcstchester WcstchesterCountry WCRtchlsler WCRtchlslerCountr WestchesterCountry I
Country > Club < Iub for the Country COlnlr Club cups CIPI and andRockaway andRockawa andRockaway
Rockaway won the match and the trophy trophyby Irophbr trophyby
by 10 i03 < goals loal8 to 8H 1I H The he victors allowed allowedthreo alowed alowedthreo allowedthree
threo coals oal8 by handicap to the home team teamand tramand teamand
and after ftrr the thl second lecond period maintained maintaineda
a safe IAfe lead Ja la Montagne Montage and Chauncey Chaunceywere Chaunceywere
were at their best belt In lone lonf and accurate hit hittine hittn hittint
tine tineJa tn
tnJa Ja Montagne fonlal made five nln of the eleven goals goalsearned loal loalfAnre goalsearned
earned by the th winners wlnnlr while whie Collier Coler Chaun Chauncey Chauncc ¬
cey cc fAnre and Hazard Hazar made maDA two each Cooley Cooleynnd Coole Cooleand Cooleyand
and 11 Reynnl nr did splendid Iplendld work for the home homeiiuartet honulIlartlt homeuilartet
iiuartet Ilartlt but their team support was Wll weak weakCooley weakCoole3 Iak
Cooley 0011 and La Montngne Ionlaenl were cre toppled topflld from fromtheir fromtheir rota rotatheir
their < ponies ponlpl in tho last period rod hut quickly qnlrklyremounted Qllk Qllkrmountrd quicklyremounted
remounted and resumed Tplumld play pia Tho teams teamswer teamlprn teamswere
wer were werepockawayW prn prnRokawaW
wernoclcaway noclcaway pockawayW W A Hamcl Hand 3 D Chauncey Jr
4 RokawaW R I la Montagne Jr 5 P V I Collier lollr 4 Total Totalhandloap Tolalh Totalhandicap
handicap h I II 1 1estrhrsteri
estrhrsteri r r S Rernal l 3 J 1 P C rnnlev 0011 R RSummary
t I BlAIr 3 r C Hanmeer 2 Total handIcap handIcapearned
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Summary SummarGoa1 Coals earned amtRockaw4 Rockaway II I Vest Wt Westcheater Vestrhesler t
cheater rhlntr 8 nerelvert Rfdlld htndlcap handlcapWestbe hattdleapWentcheater VvesteheMer llr llrLA S SLost 3Lost
Lost LA by h pennltles penaltieaWcstcliCater nnlllnt WestcheMer trhellr M I i by b a foul Rock Rockawar Rorkf RockswaT
swaT l l for or a safety sfet I Net sroreRorkaway IOJ IOJWcstchester lfl lflWcatchesict <
Wcstchester f h sl 8i 8 i Refer IefereeJ fe J M i Watcrbury b ball Jr JrVale Jrtalc
Vale all Crew fl rest loiei Valuable aluabl Man Ian In Chase ChatrNrw C ChaseXrw
Nrw Xr HATEK HAVI June < Capt Capt Cross sn snnounccd In InnouDcrd announced
nounccd tonsht tonAht the names of the th men who whonre whonrp whonr
nre nr to go IO to New XI lx lnron london > ndon and wH tl form the thevarRty theTarl thevars
varRty Tarl vars trellht ty eight Ind and nd four Vale 111 crew rP1 pros prospvcts prOAl1etl prosPoets
Poets 1etl have haTI suffered Bltrrri quite Qlle a severe Icprl blow in inthe Inthl inthe
the thl burring by the thl faculty fRcnl or R H Chase Ch8 08 08Chase 0 06Citnee
Chase Chnle rowed rowf on last lalt year years rnr freshmen frehrn crew crewand cr cr1ml crawautd
and Ims lts been bpln one of thn th strongest stronlllt men l n In the thevarsity th tharllt thevarsity
1ml varsity arllt I bout where lie hI has hSI been hlfn rowing rolnl at atXo atSo atNo
Xo r > His removal wll 1 necessitate nccIMal a Ilpnlral IlpnlralBhnklp general generalsh generalshakiIp
sh Bhnklp shakiIp kup n the th eight prhttiBh eightliali > lKht lKhtFish
Fish has hR already Irpae been hl sent lfnt hack to the thl four fourand 10lr 10lrand Fourand
and Daly Do brought Into the eight olht Other Otherchnngcf OlherdlRnlfh Oilierehangot
chnngcf dlRnlfh will follow rolow Those wilt wi remain remainn rplol rploln
In n New Haven IRypn wi find Rnl will 1 keep kppJ In II training Irninlnl If Ifhe I Iflie
he h succeeds IuCfrdl In raising rllling his scholarship IhoIRr5hlJ stand standing standIng ¬
ing during dlrlnl the animal nlual nvams eXal hI ne will willjoin wmjoin willjoin
join the thp squad FIURd at at New SIII lontlon The h follow folloning rol followhie
ing hll men form the squad which will wi leave leaveXew IMI leaveNew
Iln
New XP Haven on Wednesday Wednesdayrapt WlnHa WlnHaCIPI WednesdayCapt
rapt CIPI 11pn W V H Cross Crl 04 T F F Miller 1111 041 04 n nWhlttpr S SWhlttler Shlttiar
Whlttler Whlttpr OS 0 S Fish h I ia tt H S Scott tlot nj 0 0Slt 15 B BScott 5Scott
Scott 04 H I Weeks WfekstO VR R C C Morn m I Io J1fn80n ISwenson
Slt MOIIo
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o 01 I L n Whitney Whiner U O o3 > H iL I ii Ferguson tprllSOn 04 04P n4D 4 4D
D I Meier lllr OS and 8 A Leblano Lblano 0 I and R RWlnslow nWlnloll Rinslow
Wlnslow Wlnloll inslow 05 0 coxswain coxswainHryn coxBlnrn coxswainIlrn
Hryn rn Mawr Polo 1010 Team Tlam Wins WlnPBItApKlpniA 1ncPUIAOFtP WinsPuiianrnPHIA
PBItApKlpniA PUIAOFtP tA Juno lun B fThe 5The The local 10101 polo poloseason polonlo polocannon
season nlo opened opnel here tod today y with wih a game ame for forthe forthl forthe
the thl nidnornhnllenBc ndnor bllnJf hallange cup IP The Th contest contft was RS
between b fpfn the Bryn Bfn Mawr second team and th
Counlr Clnlf Country Club nrst nrlt team llm The former formP re received recrh r rreived ¬
ceived crh one on goal oal by h handicap hndlap Th The Bryn Brynform Brn
MRr team showN showed tht the b hea form and won woneasily weeeasily
easily eul by b the icore of 13 13S goats 0 to t e ef K 0
LAW I lt TEIS TEISRaymond TEISRamond TENNISHamond
Raymond D Little Litlesjid te and F I U Alexander AlexanderWin Alf Alexandcrln aldlr aldlrIn
Win In Manhattan U nhaUan Howls Jol for Double DoubleOn Uuble UubleOn DoublesOn
On the Xew York Tennis Tennis Club courts court 123d 123dstreet 1231 ihhdstreet
street and Manhattan ManhatRn avenue I v ur the open 0111 tour tournament 101r 101rnament tournanient ¬
nament was virtually Irtualr finished fulshed yesterday yesterdaywith yesterea yestereawlh yesterdaywith
with wlh the finals fnals in the championship singles singlesnnd Bin singlesand Iles I
nnd doubles dOlblM In the latter later event Raymond RaymondD
D Little Ilte West Wfst Side T C and F B Alex Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
ander Crescent A C won the unfinished
match against afalnst Charles F F Watson Orange OrangeI
I T C and Ind W P Blacden Bagden Harvard Harard On OnSaturday OnHatlrday OnSaturday
Saturday Hatlrday these thes teams played a set the result resultfavoring reslit reslitfayorlng resultfavoring
favoring Watson Wlton and Blagden Blalden but In n the thepluyort Ihephll tineplayotT
pluyort phll yesterday elterda Little Lite and Alexander Alexnder won wonout wonout on onout
out in grand Irand style Itle taking three straight sirallht sets setsLittle Iets IetsLitle setsllttle
Little Litle and Alexander Alexnder played well wel together togetherand to togetherand ether etherand
and their tbllr superior team work proved proe too toostrong tooRtrOnl toostrong
strong RtrOnl for their opponents The Manhattan Manhattanchallenge Manhatan Manhatanchalenle Manhattanchallenge
challenge chalenle bowls bowll for the doubles must be won wonthree wonthree on ontbre
three tbre times tmes before bfforo they are permanently permanentlyawarded permanenly permanenlyawarde permanentlyawarded
awarded awardedFirst awarde awardedFirst
First Firt place In the singles Iollel went to to Robert RobertLe RobertJe RobertLe
Le Roy the Sew ew York club champion Le 11 Roy Royfaced Royfacd Royfaced
faced facd Alexander In the final Immediately Immediatelyfter Immediatelyatter immediatelyafter
after fter the Utter later finished Inlsbed the doubles Alex Alexander Alexunder Alextinder ¬
under showed showl the effects eredl of the previous previousmatch previousmatcb previousmatch
match his play lacking It Ita usual l ual aggressive aggressiveness aleslv aleslvnel ¬
ness nel Against his tired tire opponent Le Roy
forced Corc the play and ad was able oppnent to win the open openIng openlag
lag Inlt set after aftr deueewas deucw8 reached reachl at A I 3 all al Ofn OfnInlt The
Inst la lastwo two games went to the New 111 York club clubchnplon olubch clubchnpIon
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There ThOre were were a I number numblroC of contests contelll in the
handicap event which will 1 be continued continuedtoday continuedtoda continuedtoday
today todayRobert toda todaMen5 todayMens
Men5 Champtonshlp Champ1onshIt SnrllFnal SinglesFinal round
Robert Le L Roy Ro New York ork T C defeated drlated runc F B BAlexander BIeunder BAicxandcr
Alexander Crescent CrMent Athletic Athletc Club Cub 75 defaulted defaultedManhattan dttuld dttuldManhatn defaultedManhattan
Manhattan Manhatn Champion Doubles DmbllsFoal DoublesFinal Final round rouodRmond roundflaimond
Raymond D Little LIllI West Side Sde T 7 0 and K t tAlexaodtr B BAlexander
Alexander Crescent Crseot Athletic Atetc Club defeated dlltaltd Charles
F Watson Jr Orange Orare T C and W V P Bltgden BllrdenHanard BiagdenHarvard
Harvard 4t 4 8S 1 03 2 61 61Mens 61Mens 1 1lrn
Mens lrn Handicap Slniles SnrlrPrelrlan S1nriesPreIlrthary Preliminary round roundn
n W Wllku mlke half haf half IS t defeated R M Beckley Bckle half halfSollntcr hairIS
IS I Is 63 3 f 64 W St M Jreatd Hal Hall plus 1 13 deealed defeated F E Eiolinger
Sollntcr olnrer half hal IS 1 by b default I Kaitlner K lo r half 15
defeated dflal d L V Krothln Frlblorham Frotblnthim ham scratch aratcb by b default dfauI
P n Hawlc law scratch Mralh defeated ddutd C P 1 nice Ril scratch scratchbr scratchhn rath rathhi
br default Charles ChariI Cobb Cbb bait haf IS I defeated deletd L ro J JE 1 1Grant
Grant plus piu U 15 I by default e u I 3t G Sollnger half 15 I de defeated detested ¬
tested L E 1 E Mahan a n owe bait 90 3 by geJ default f M t S s sCIRrk SClarI
1 Clnrt scratch crt h defeated defetd H Van Prague scratch scratchR acralchIHI
R IHI 4fl Bl 1 E L J Taller Tatr own 0 half 15 I defeated defeatedL
L 1 H Turner TUrtr scratch by bl default A J 1 HlncU HlncUscratch Hnck HnckIratch Hlnckscratch
scratch Iratch defeated J H Smith 5mlh scratch rath f 64 4 75 75Play 75PIl 75Play
Play PIl for the th metropolitan metrofln championship championshipwas championhipWAS champlonshiwas
was begun yesterday TesterA on the thl West Side Club Clubcourts Iuh IuhOurB lu lueourta
courts OurB UOth Ioth street 8tree and Amsterdam Amsteram avenue avenueTbe aenle aenleThe avenueThe
The events elents are mens m ns singles scratch and andladles andhRndlcap andhandicap
handicap men mens doubl doubles mlx mixed doubles and RndIRdl andladles
ladles IRdl singles slnlleR The Thp challenge clalenf cup Clp for the thnscratch th theratcb thescratch
scratch mens m ns singles lnJlf must be won three threetimes thrC threetimes
times tllls Holcombe Ward Is the holder and andwill Andyl andwill
will yl he on hand to defend derfnd There are nr some somethirtytwo fml somethirtytwo
thirtytwo entries entrletand and the thl matches matchel yesterday yesterdaywere flsterda flsterdawpr
were wpr limited Ihnltl to the opening oJnlnl round roundIn
In the doubles Uonry Mollenhaucr Molenlau r and andF andF
F 1 Y Anderson nderlon the Ionr Kings County COlnt pair de defeated dl defeated ¬
feated fOltl W Bclden lden and nnd C L I Millard lar In straight straightsets strRllht strRllhtpt straightsets
sets pt the first frt of which hich went ent to deuce dfure L I F t tInhln SMahan
Mnhan Inhln and F F P Fischer one of the thf crack crackteams crRcktfamM crackteattis
teams tfamM entered entre scored SCOr an easy faa win over Wil WHRm il il11am ¬
liam Rm Rosenbottnd Rosnbonnd and McXabb McXabbMetropolitan lcXabb lcXabbMeropltan McNabbMetropolitan
Metropolitan Meropltan Championships CbalptoMlps Mens Scratch
Singles snlluFlni SinglesFirst First round rundL munulL U K I Mahan Maha Columbia
College Cltil defeated H HW W Warner amlr New ew York T C
7 75 5 60 S C Mlllett MltU defeated dallted N 1 A Smythe Smlhect
West ct Side lde T I C e 11 e1 1 6 13 6s 3 Harold Harld H I Hackett Hickel
West Side T C defeated W J Hall it i 62
H P Howell i West W itc cat Side I dT T O Cl Jd defeated t Kennelb Kennelbpulklcy Setuneibnuiikley ltl i ir
pulklcy I New J York l T C by IddI default ddI Ross nur nurchard
chard r West f Side T C defeated d I C C IJeN Kelley I West WestKlle WestSile i
Klle II T C B3 13 63 3 JStelnacher JSltnaeber 1 defeated dfeate S O Odefeated Ollt 0iiliicr
iiliicr llt 14 61 18 56 o A 51 Bostwlrk West 11 Side T C
defeated dtae J 7 F tfntz tnlz New 1 York T C 6 11 6i t tF 8a 8aY
F G Anderson nderon Klncs lngs County Coull Count > T C Co defeated dteated dteatedot A ALovtbund ALovibund
Lovtbund by default defaultMens defaultMens
Mens DoublesKlm floubtes ot lt fy 1 los i round rundHenr roundHenry Henry Mollenhauer Mollenhauerand Molenhautr Molenhautrnnd
and Frederick trer k G Anderson Andron Kings Klnl County unl T C Cdefeated Crtllate Cdefeated
defeated rtllate W ti Belden and ad C L L Millard Milar 75 7 5 i iI 1 1ro iI
I ro K f Mahan Mah Columbia Columba College Coltle and Id E I P Flscner 1I IiscncrVest < rMr
West Iat Side T r C defeated William IUm Rosenbound and I
McNabb 6 11 6I 1 os osFirst 13 13First 68First
First place plac In the consolation event or the I
West Hide Club tle tourney was wn won bv b H P P10wp
Howell 10wp who ho defeated defeatl Thomas C Trask Trak in inI inthe
I the finals tnal 7 75 5 12M 8 60 0 Track made madeItl s aetiif
I stiff Itl fight nlht on the first trt two sets S tB hut went nil nilto nilto I
to pleased pleasedIn pleA81 pieces on the third thir Jlowell Iowrl winning Innlnl as a ni he hepleased hepleA81 hepleased
In the East Jersey JlueY League Ial teams tourna tournament tounament ¬
ment the first frt event eelt contested cntfBII the toufna toufnament mixed mixedcourts m wiseddoubles
douhl doubles was tnlhP finished on Ratumat Saturda on xl the theentirts
courts of the Hillside Hllldp Tennis Tnnll and holt Club ClubPlsinneld rlunPlalnteld ClubPlainfield I
Plainfield Plalnteld Ourl X 1 In the tht tb finals 1nals Mrs Mr Edgar Ertgarand Frlaf Frlafaur Edgaraitti
and Mr lr Berry err of the thl Ilderan Idfran Outing Oltna Club ClubRailway Cllb ClubItahwav I
Railway aur defeated dreste Miss Miller 2ller and Mr Mul Mulfold hulultold
fold Rosellfl Ro elf Casino CRin 3 hs fl IC 64 4 8 64 64u4nAnr 4 4iiAiirAnn
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GALES OALFI FrrinT June 8nar 6harvards Harvards rd three threeeight thrf threeeight
eight ellht onr crews IWl shnwed h1 their speed Ipee for forshort forIhor forshort
short Ihor distances dl tRnl this thl evening epnlnl Coach Colson Colsonstnrted Coll Colconstarted n n8tnrtP
started 8tnrtP the bouts bots from the Ihl upper end of the thefnur thefnur themuir
fnur mile mi course cnur lnn nnd and < worked workl the th crews crewl down downthe downthl downthe
the thl stream 8treR 1 In half mile mil stretches There TblrA were werethreo werethree re rethrpo
three brushes brushf hut In the last IRt half hllf mile mie the thefnshman theCrlhmnn thefreshmaut
fnshman Crlhmnn boat wns wa waadropped waadroppedThe dropped droppedTho drPPf
The 1hl regular varsity allt crew frf won II0n all al three threernces threernCII threeraces
races rnCII but tiad to 10hlAtp hustle to keep kclP in the th leid leidIn Ip iesdIn d dIn
In the first fr81 scrap Icrap the freshman frlbmRn and second secondvarsity ceenuidvarsity
varsity vlll were Wfrf about abou even nnd beaten blatfn Ipcoll by b the tht th thbig
big bil crew Irf hy h hf hllr hult > lf n length In the thl second Sfonc mien rncothe rnc rncth mienthe
the th freshmen CrChlll were beaten Iwntfn by the first tnt crew crewby Irll crewhI
by halfn half I a length Iplltl and AnI the thl younesters ounIRtpl surprised surprisedthe RlrprlP surprisedthe
the II second 11Ind varsity Rrlt men by leaving l alnl them a autinrter RInRrllr aquarter
quarter InRrllr of IC n length Irllth astern asternThe aBtlm aBtlmThr asternThe
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race rn1 1nB I 10nt11 an nneighth anphrhth aneighth
eighth of n mile 11 when the tl second Pnl eight 01 Ih t wns wnsrrmlunllv wascrziduiailr I Imulunl
rrmlunllv mulunl left 111 behind hfhlnd and at Rt the h half hai mile milewas mie attIcwits I Ial
was al beaten hi tIl by h nearly nlrh a length Irllth The Th strokes strokesIn Itrokpl
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freshmen frlhmpn rrnchlng rfllhlnl the thp highest hllh lt figure fllrl In the thefirst thetret thefirst
first brush bru h The Thflprond second varsIty Tlllt men splashed splashedconsiderably splashedouisiderably plnlhe
considerably tret nlldfmbb but the other boats boatl rnn remark remarkably rem remarknblt r rabJ ¬
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The Th well wIl known Crimson football player plnyerRoger flnIr flnIrRoglr playerRoger
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the thl Harvard larnm squad Iqlnd wrenched wrlnhP his hi nanallr right rlsM ankle anklewhile onkll anklewhile
while hlp playing pln1lng ball b1 this thl afternoon tfrroon and Is Ishobbling 1Mhobblnl i
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