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WORK OF THE TEAMS.
SThey Lim Up With these.M Half Over. GiMAT SPURT OF CHICAGOS. a.2 Webtiegemes Deep aek lae ft outh ltese-Estswy, as Welt s Dena. Beteased Tweema000 to se rhoed in Desen This . BOM NOW TO THE end of the Art seson thace for the pennant proeins to be an in teresting -. The to toat games between the Dostons and the Brooklyn allowed the former to increase thei lead, but by no mo inures them the rave, for although they ay defeat the Brooklyn. in - a majority of games. owing to a better lot of ithseers, yet they are Bable to go down before amy other dub in the league. and every time they ae batn and Brooklyn wins their lead is 1 deereIsed two gameo-just as much as if Brook- I lyn had defeated them. The Brooklyne are bet tor equipped than they were. now that Piteher Maddock has signed, and they will certainly win a majority of the pmm they play. The race is not ever by any means, though, of course, Be tea ha. the advantage. Boston in weakened now Just where Brooklyn has been strength smed-in the box. The latest reports are that Clarsm must take a rest. He will not be te eamad, as was reported. The directora are not very well taiaed with hbi work and he will stay en the beach for awhile. The Bostn directers feel that they are as too -z men. and as long as Harry 8skeylaU not pla very good ball d not be Bove in hstoi. duvey wiB not be re baud. but it New Yorks wants him they am buy his relmas. Clarkso's work ba been on moch of a dhaointmeone to the lub di mert.s an to the patre. The New Turks took a brace th week In teir week by defeating the Phiies two straight pm.. Then they -ee- to have had glory ,"and anger Powers had an attack of a ad eencladed to make an experi mrnt. e put lmiling Michey Welch in the baa. and the Orioles, in base ball parlance. I "seabed" him. Thereupon he wan paled out d Ed Crane took his place. The next day Lyons wist back to bin ld place on third. EaA Met returned to second and Hardie Richard-on went out to center Seld. . The New Yorks payed an errorless game but had the Balti- I mere. been able to do any batting the New Yorbs would have lost. Lyons' stay on the I beach had a good effect. evidently. for he made the hit that brought in the ran that won the I gm.. Could the New Yorke play such a game right long they smot stand a chance of being I In the irst six. but at's not in 'em. They make I She mistake other club. too often make of de- I ~Cbing their oppos. A run of heavy hit win ' their infeld at any time. The Pliflies are playing the moderately fair they have always been noted for. It has ehrmeer.ti of the Phillies for the pas half daen years that they have stood for the greate part of the @easeo in the neighborhood f the per cent hol. Al they have an I assortment of h -e y bittera,yet their batting ha Uet been notably severe. They have suffered I fte. not having one invincible pitcher. Carney t has been doing the best work for the team. I zeee has been di pointing and r and I Weybing have pro nlsf y ordinary. Trton , asdropped beae he was a Nfth wheel. 1lcaimore got eck a poor start in the race t, of course. it is hopelessly out of it. Since Manion has taken charge it ha braced up. A i parently he has administered some mueh UNA discipline. for the nine is about what it started out with. The club has suffered from - frequent shifting of positioun but stability ee to have been reached Fram the recent work of the local team it is pety evident that is will not get above sixth and it wil have to do well to get that. . Brooklv. Cleveland, Chicago and Immise wiln probably beat it out the rot half. It will have to Aght with New York. Philadelphia. Cinciem and Pittsburg for the sixth notch. There a no good re=o why it should not beat them fewr clubs. though there wil he a hard sme with the Reds. Comiskey han a lot of active players and they a liable to take a game any time from any elub. Be is a strict disipnarian and wi samed eem from drnking men. Very wisely he has decided to make no experiments with cast-of payers who were "great" in their day. but wia hes the men who have put the eub where it now stands. In regard to the Ima the Enguirer mys: "It in unfortunate that the Crocina i dub shoul be the only one -hs the big )hague to have trouble with intem Pmart .iyers. The public, however, should na eanSrn the team as a whole on account of the antics of two or three of it. members. The leeoogenders were a practically new men and have been summarily dealwith. The Cin ebnti Be have long' had the reputation of hbiug en. of the amost orderly teams in Anmerica.] The men, as a whole, will, in point of intellh genee and apperace compare favorably with men in any ofthe ordnar! walks of life. They raeecdt on the ciythey repreent and the peinripal hotels are all glad to get their patron ag.and do not eine thema with acmme of the1 ehrbell teama that make liftsa burden to the erdimar run ot hotlgeta. Capt. Comniskev 6s determined that the Ra halB amaintain the1 hbstandrd they hare always held. and in for that reanon that he inflicted such and den and severe punishme=nt en the oefending mambera." -"The Redomae the best lot of msen away froma hame I ever had charge of.' said Capt. Commic hey the other .igh. --The last time we were in Cleveland I could have had amy team resdy at any timme on ten minatee' notice. They wore ma ared all cer the tv looking' for a time. Those who were "not ut to the twewre in the billbard roomn putting in the tim guietly and ple---=tlyr. There will be no had hours on ti. trip. Everybod, will have to be in bed at 11 o'clock. That. the limit." The Clevelad team ha not been doing very mch shouting, but it has gone along quietly aud has medto apretty reepectable place. it will prbbydo uring the coming east ern trip, bet it wilab tlsa v amwng the Bist six. Capt. Dan Bichardson' thinks very lvof the team. Ha mys he bekevee that It h h strongest in the weet. Ne en. in dismppointed at the work of the St. Lambs, for no one expected much froms them. They are a collertion of intractable plavere,who play a brilliat pame one day gad fanl down the nest and thea blme it on the eapire. They an's Babe to lay banana peels in the path of the leadiecs--u--y, however. The work ot ku.on's Colt. ha been the atar. of the pit two weeha. Had he ex at for advertising parpoes in tea hecouldn't have timed his sprt bet ha8. Eveary one wall ears out to seee Colt. whn they ernme and their victories will be pop alar e.. Presideut Bart may. of the Chicago. "Anmon's team in lynggo ebt not to afuil strength. teapabe bell and in as teem than any tat the elabe that have Chicego, I do not like toasay that (~~ewil win the -a-pro-sr ot the Saut dlh.,bcme=" thaee. ares others that have a very wid, lad, but I expect that Chicago will halb third; maybe fourth. As to the sacond dee.-that is another matter. Itj -y be Esat Chicago wEm be very macbi ght MrSeas -is in the seeend dtison." The tea~l ~iin bad shape. Pear of tha me ar Iu e hem iwceand one has been eeh. Itt.s to deaewhether Jen - rPfefer he the invalld lint. Pred ha s . ~tyyards of hMaes- en ea d a hei as kanfee. hAteedi was dae habyYa lhosvn mne of the lae. ha hkne 5 en a pbl and It wa harled in the Bh. Jmsigs' tha aner en bin lhft hand in est df sim nd he haanaheeeenhhlet as a al eemi <ot brwsm watand in these fatal M with te New Takea. 3sme has nat easmi kern the esst. et the a he had *ese das dei.. M eeh' was adhe ueed gh~eh ew le. Wenses's hetben in nat wek emgha is te s bhid dobat me Immiene si ha "1Wem'ewn tem-M- Be haent been we. edoh uoaom mople had came to beleve he was a "5e6sh." ron der Ahe, who tried to get hi beta% mpe a does not want him now. Browning would be a good mea for DMil more. = U 5as ann.aL'st..ma Brooklyn,86; New York, g.-The Brimpgoome ilayed their Iret gamme with the Giatmat Eastern Park yesterday in cold, bleak weather. In spita >f the weather the attenance ws 9,166. Bease was not hi==elf and Brooklyn won with sm hibing to .r Eleven hits and eight basee on tall. wae 'a record and ite the story of the gaine. O'Rourke and Best did worse han their tabulated record seem to Indicate Burns, Corcoran and hicherds made the reat play. in the 5e. Broo I......6e1 1 e 4Oe 62-4 New1ork... 20e e10e0e663-4 Batteriee-Brooklyn, Fouts and Dal; New i'ork, Buie and Boie. he hite-n, B l New York, 7. Errore-Brooky , dlew fork.1. Chicago, 6: Cleveland. 1.-The Colts. ued ato third place yeterday by defeat ng the Ipider.. Davise etarted in like a winner, but no hit very hard in the third and fourth and mnocked out in the if th, Bettiger pitching the alance of the gine. Wiimot's batting and lelding were the feature. Weather very cold sad cloudy. Attendance, 5 t0. Bhicago.....----n an a1 0ae M th1-6 :seveland...he a0-1 Batterie-Chcago, Gumbert and bimyer; eveland. Dance. ettiger and O'Connor. 11 hitNow Yo. 11; Cleveland. 4. Errore hicago$ Ceud. 4. Pittsburg, 10: CincinnatI. 7.-Mullane was satted yesterday out of the box in the econd nuing. Dryea tking his p lce. The Pitt. serg batted out a victory. Vaughn caught hia Irst Natiomal Lague game. Attendance. Pittsburg......... 2 4 1 6 0 0 0 -10 'incinnatl... @ 220. e1 @ 10- 7 Batteriee-Pittlerg. Woodcock and bller; ielinnati. Dullane and Duryea and Murphy mad Vanghn. Base hit-Pittsburg, 9: Cincin mati.S. Errors-Pittsburg, 4; Cincinnati., 7. Philadelphia. 5: Bhaltimore, 0.-The Phullee Patted Healy's delivery and won with S ye erdlay. b .iladelphin...... 3 2 1 0 0 0 1-1 saltimore ........0 2 3 0 0 1 0 1-0-7 Pitcher.-Weyhing and ealy. aite--Phil Blltimore, 4. Errore-Pilanephia. ain e ented the Waehington and cston rm plaing yierday. bat, weather permit ing. two games will be played today. Irwin is eported as saying that he is mained with the rork of his team. Well, that is more than local trons are-to drop from fifth place down to enth andperxistently stay there is not satisfae ory to Washington enthusiasts. Capt. Dan Lichardwon said to the writer before te team eft that he hoped they could hold their own. 'bin they have not done. They left in eighth lace and are now in tenth. Irwin will hang on i) Robinson. Kilroy ha been released. There a supicion that players Bernie favored are marked by Irwin fore rl-me. It is to be hoped hii not the came. Taken eas the Shart Bavd. Anson says the championship of the irst ivision is not out of ight yet. He thinks the 'ot. may make a spurt that will easily cut own the lead of the Bostons and Brooklyne. bhe "old man" expects to win a majority of he games the club plays in the east. President Von der Ahe is determined to pro et his players from the gibes and taunts of be hoodlum elemenL In case any one of the qys fails in his attempt to do his man "der oe" president will turn Kid Gleason loose, rith instructions to repeat the dome he gave weeney. 'mpire Hurt, while he would not take the rize at a beauty show, is a iret-clase umpire. lis work yesterday has not been excelledon the uical grounds this season. He is fully the equal f Lynch and has none of the conceit and self oportance of I)r. Parkhurst's right-hand man. -Deisridlle CoaraerciaL "Dan" Brouthers is simply killing the ball his year. He is the hardest hitter in the mgue "Charley" Bennett is being ared by the loston.. He is in Ane fettle, and can go be ind the bat at a moment's notice. Pittsburg has lost just enough games now or the directors to begin releasing players and igning new ones by the whaolmale.-Ne York Wrrald. The Chicagoe are coming ahead now with a nh. Anson is working hin men steadily and a delighted with the work of Canavan. Pfefer's aecessor at second base. It ia maid that a combine exists among league players to work out non-playing man rs. The successful playing mkngue are rd, AnCon.COmniskey, Tebean and Hano. h= amltious eaptains are Ewing, Richardeon ad Pfeifer. It seems rather strange that President Young toes not amign either Gafney or Lynch to umpire much inportant game as those between lioon and Brooklyn. Pittsburgp have taken a tumble all along with he Louisvines. Count Guinnamo in doing mane Ane catching ad hitting for the Lowella. Jack O'Connor is catching in his old-time 'lumbus form for the Clevelanda. Either Albany or Buffalo will probably secure Eitcher Shlearon, released by Cleveland. Gilbert. who was released by Baltimore, will ign with the Colonels. This is a aingular move or Chapman to make. Gilbert in not Kuehane's im. ny Loean Joyc of the Brooklyn eamn was presented with a diamond pin. Prtsidlent Templ of the Pitsburga maya that me will not give uraa contract without the en dnays' reeaslause. Burns would be a fool o sign acontract with it in so long me he ha cure thing with the Chicago. Now that Pittabr will not get Burna to play third it in not liel that Washington wi ret Raymond. Preimient Temple aocme timse go refused to let Ra~ymond go. Ward in playin asweil If not better than when o wawith time eYorks. His bame ruenneneg been emapendled for not get ing himself into condition to pitch. The mu. ension will, it in maid, hold until he mte into orm. He left for Louisifle lat ngt to re main until he recover. The Baltimore. are ahmost in hend-ehaking listance of the Brown.-S. Lewis Olobe-lAre..u rat. The Losvires overplayed themselve. early a the meason. They were certain to take a drop when all the ela got to going at their proper peed. -E~rchan. itix atraighta to the CIncirnnatin fromn the Bruwns are enough to aske the St. Louis base mall enthusiast feel deapondent. But just wait or the second -e-m-that's 'he one that :ount.. Thats what they're saying in St. Louis Thia in a great =ea=n for left-hand pitcher.. Ihey are more of a pansia to batame. n ever eore. Mornissey. New Rave.'s first basemaen, played mn the famous Bay City team, froms which Dave Ponts gradr.ated eatward. President Temple af the Fithigaeit Ilanlon ie not a suceems in Baltismore tePt. le ilb ldto welcomme him bach. T JuInn==ol club has had eighteen gee iut of twenty-meven poetpmomed on account of rain. This in emo~sh to mnake the manoen-h=. rell "mar-rder'" Memmtt, the new left-field.r et the Athlica Daahas whnta wee the pemtofth Hestern Aseociatiom. Ed. Crane is to receive krher trial ew fork. Manager Powers thinke Ed. hem s bmrd he haa weakemed he=ar and Power. is scuing to give him a ehanee te resuperate. C~rane in not drinkbng a deep. Casy, who pithed for -the stingae PIladelada nisi thesmleas wheforelpuhd a erome the plate to MGuire In Phiadelpha. Townsead, who was behind the bat, forerly eag for the Ath letic etab in the American Aatlom. "Yank thc~~eold S. Leek sesead tply tp, shown upso pcjla hin work that he hmas bee. en e b ed Riadlrd ea tg tird. Ifgive. a ehense "Robbie" w mprvein is werk. He hseat et prate.-. . Glebe-ltmewuga. ' e was -la misty ehme hy Mgy' pas yeel Oew them a away. sammenis ligat the pet death Is New Have.. He in ainsehber *Ne .= L stubof et maty. Intaintomesee ~gainst the Al~ss hesreke hi head at ehs e - mad easnd essoas of e' he - - e has eisse sweemed. Tthe~im of Se Geeteadebasmab t ams wE lead Se Sire eer-welsa emhde Dare eatis ani Il 11aino ayhu Is gd4 pam lfeu Cl waishae Vitl anothr p bch good work an Is and Chamberlain put up, if backed by go fielding and aerng* hit=g. will win ftei than it will lose agalnst a majority ct the club in the league. No club in the country needs a good, expo rienced pitcher wore than does the St. Loul browns. If the Brooklyn. cannot come 1W teIms with LoVet the mangement of that cml should be liberal enough to it Mr. Von de Abe to neglotiate for his se vef. Niwould emphasize more strikingly th evM atem in base ball then the fact th4 on Monday in St. Louis .009 prson wer presut to witness the me wi the Cincin natis, notwithstanding that the races attract" many persoas who especially wished to hem the result of the Brooklyn handicap announced In Baltimore the Wame day the atteudance wa ASS. These two clubs are alnost hopelesels at the bottom of the Hit for the first season positions. In view of this fact the attendauc was remarkable. Then there are the Louis vills. The management of the club state the more money has been taken in at the gate tho far this season than was taken in during th entire season last year. Visner has signed with the Omaha team. Big Bill Brown will play with the Oakland Cal., club. Pitcher Woodcock of Brown Univerait; = bed his first professional game for Pitti and lost by 7 to 5, but was net well sup ported. If, an report rays, Umpire Sheridan swallow a raw egg before each game to mellow the tone of his musical voice there is reason to believo that some larmers feed their hen on dyne mite. Leon Visa, the well-known pitcher, has i number of offers from minor league clubs, bu will not accept any of them. as he thinks som< of the big teams will soon be in need of a goo tcher. Vian was released by Cleveland solel; reduce expenses. The New lork Sun prints this wail of th bleachers: Spectators at the Polo grounds ap pear to have jumped out of the frying pan int4 the Are. Last season their lives wereinad< miserable by an army of hoarse-voiced mei who climbed through the stands exhorting a] present to have a sandwich or a drink of som sort. They were finally banished and th cranks sighed their relief. Now. however, i horde of shrill-voiced boys skip around in fron of onlookers. beseeching all to have pANuts o: lemonade, while the cranks gnd their teeth- ii bm tent; rre. New York team will have to do a grea deal to regain their popularity in this city. Pittsburg Commercial Gazelle. "I don't know why they call the Boston the 'bean eaters,'" remarkel Editor F. Stevenq the fat IIerald apostle. "There are only thre of them who eat them." Darby O'Brien had a funny experience a Louisville. JIe made the circuit of the base on a base on bll. a steal and a passed ball. I was then discovered that he had batted out o his turf and he was declared out by Umpir Lynch. Said Anson in Chicago: "I think every clul in the league owes-me a game for that one w lost to Louisville. and you can bet that I wil come pretty near making money on that cush ion-throwing proposition before the season i over. Why. there is scarcely a game we pie: in the east that the spectators do not crowd oi the Seld in the last inning." Hereafter John Irwin will guard third bas for the Binghamton team. Tom Esterbrook is about to start a billiar room in Brooklyn. St. Louis will probably engage Loftus for tear manager. Manager Hanlon. Treasurer Woltz and Presi dent Vonderhorat are more cheerful now tha they have been for a long time. They are full convinced that the Orioles are on the eve of big spurt. As the season progesses the veteans are gel ting down to effective work. while the youn "phenoms" are being batted hard. Capt. Comiskey is convinced that Billy Hall gn is a natural batter, but that he is just no in a run of bad luck. which comes to ever player. A short "lay off" on the bench, he J convinced, will bring him around. Director Talcott said yesterday: "There's n use talking. Ward must be given credit fo making the lrooklyn team play fne ball. H has mid nothing, but has kept right at worl winning games, and with a crippled team, toc If I lose that bet I made with him last winter o twenty shares of my stock in the club agains his ten that the N2ew Yorks would beat ou Brooklyn I shall not complain at all. It woul be an honor to beat such a line lot of ball play erA as the Grooms."-IIral. The Brooklyns have a formidable crowd o batamen and will make many a pitcher wear; this season. The Supreme Court decision, upholding tho action of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad il gi ' a reduced rate to parties of ten or mor r will prove a good thing for base bal Manager Powers state4 that on the hi trip the New Yorks traveled 3.000 miles at a cos of #60 per man. Under the new dirangemen the cost will be reduced by -15 per man. Hardue Iichardson made a good play whei he left Washington.-Bostou G;lobe. The Chicago Inter-cean, speaking of th two knock-downs given the Washingtons by th Colts, says: -President Jeems' features durinn the progress of the two games underwent series of contortions which is likely to foreve transform a usually severe countenance Jnt one of patronizing begignity. After an ac quaintance of twenty-four hours with Mr. Har an expert can sit with the back to the diamoni and score the qame from the president's fact He has a set grimace for a base hit, a fainrl robust titter for a two-bagger. a resonant langi for a "drei nagger" and a howl for a home run These facial symbols are backed up by frowns scowls and scolds for strike-outs, foul outs an put-outs, and are simply adjusted and reverse to suit the condition.' These are days when ex-Manager Jim Mutri finds opportunity to grin.--X-w Tork Wor/h Mike Kelly ays the New Yorks are not thu real article. He believes them to be the Cubal Giant. whitewashed. With the assistance of John Burdock, th veteran second baseman, and "Tommy"- Estet brook, the ex-tiiant, the- Beusonhurst Athleti, Club defeated the Staten l land Crickets a I.lvingston, 8. I., the other day. The Cincinnati Enqu irer says: "The lIed' outfield remind,, one of the Boston's outfield It's so different." The directors of the New York club will maki efforts at once to secure the release of Stove, The Boston players look on Comiskey's teat as acrowd of men who will play great ball a time,, and espectally on the home grounds. Keef. says Clement. is the best catcher hi was ever paired with. That's a good inshoot Ewing. With Smith on first, Corkhill knocked ont cafe hit to right recently, Smith thought it w:1 a "fly" and stopped between buses andi a thrown out, robbing "Pop" of his hit. Chariey Bennett is in prime condlition to g, in and catch at any time. C'r.eks Macte Cagstaln. There was another shake-up in the St. Lou: Club yesterday. Second Baseman Stricken wi relieved of the captaincy and Crooks appointe to the position. Crook. is hereafter to la played regularly at second, and Stricker will b held as a general utility man. Pinckney flly recovered froma his. recent illness and wi cover third. Von d~er Ahe has received an a ficisl bulletin from President Young to the e feet that Pitcher (letsein of Last season's Bo tern League Club bnud been * eid to St. Lout Ostsin will probably join th n nBrool lyn next Thursday. Merely Talktng Ease Dali. A pious mother who has carefully reared ta sees in the tenets of Episcoellaiseme was re eutly hosrrmed by overhearing from their lij 0. followIng conversatios: "0, pehaw, Bei you know they'll knock the Holy Cross clear oi et sight" exclaimed- her sedate Joseph. "Well, respouded Bern, "I'm not so mure of that; < eoerse, they earn wie up the earth with SI Trot, but It worn's be so easy to dispose< theci Cross." "Uosboys," here intei jeted termothr~ whet are you talkim aborntl Are you md'to speak thus of smre thing.?" It took fully ten minates to convinc her that they were amerely diseussing tI sebettve aserite of their bass ball -- n her Mi1k in the eceaoy of appyn tiis to boys' cllegs is A C fss ern aisa. Te es Umer e The Dreeg Sear: Ase atteutien et COegrese has been direois to asepoor --c-eered he puhl by 0. street emrs, I would eferasegeston ft the hemeitof themse idebals reSiing near ti OsgitwhowealdMetSseeusastintem 04 som fate aey yard to Georgatow k sog. qeseneugie ts ge in ene Ohse., fa New Uesesy asee and B stre abeeuU: aheam. The oris erod emesga0. g to much inessy. Inas and e dnge 1.3 when rerndia see bo5to ss ~ho se -. .a ass& THECYCLISTS'PARADE 'AnImposingnemontmtinWah-. ington Net July. NOTES OF LOCAL WmmL CLUBS r see lese ot the Week-u=e by Wasuing taet Wheelme-The Club Re m of the -Three C.'"-What is ewg em Tbaeegh et the Country. ORE TRAN USUAL ntaoreet n being taken in the great bicycle 1 parade whichis to take place during the meet here thi saammer. A parade is always an at tractive feature of a celebration, and this W - parade prome..a to be one that has never yet been surp....d at a bi cycle reunion anywhere. If any dependence can be placed upon indications, Chairman -Win. A. Balch of the parade committee expects fully 8,000, and perhaps 10,000 wheelmen in line. The I parade will be one of the prinipal features of r the meet, so far as the general public is con- r cerned. There will be several divisions. com- z posed of state and division clubs, according to - their seniority, and each division will be known by the different colored streamers and banners. Following the regularly organized societies will 1 i come the unattached wheelhen. r I It is expected that there will be an escort o r D mounted policemen on horses, as well as a squad T of policemen on "bikes." There are probably fifty policemen who can ride, and thoe who do i t not own a wheel will be loaned one for the oc r casion by the Overman Wheel Company. . t The bugle band from the Overman wheel t works at Chicopee Falls will lead the procession and several bands of musie in wagons will form r - a part of the line. President Harrison will be invited to review the parade and President Bur t dett of the L. A. W. will be invited to act as , chief marshal. I It is the intention of the committee to have the procession form on Maryland avenue just t west of the Capitol and move along the north i side of Pennsylvania avenue, 15th street. thence t to Washington Circle. From the circle the a r parade will move along New Hampshire ave- ) ) nue to Massachusetts avenue, to 9th street, to New York avenue, to the Treasury Department 1 ) and disband on the White Lot, where the pho- r tograph will be taken. It v r CHAIRMAN BALCH. Chairmam Balch has been riding a wheel for several years and has been a member of ther league for a long timte. Hie hold% the office ofI t first lieutenant of the Militatry Cvele Companyt t and is an active worker in the Columbia Cycl'e 4 Club, of which club he ha been a member since its organization. The other memnbers of the committee are: r H. C. Eme#,ry. J. WV. Morgan, Jr., C. C. r McCormick and J. /. Burns. RLcEPTIONS PROPOSED. Saturday and Sunday before the meet the re ception committee will have its /1ds f1u. The Clumbia Cycle Club will keep open house, and there %ill be a number of informal runs made. 1 t unday afternoon at 2 oclock the convention 1 t w ill be held at w e Colutbia Athletic Club house, and Monday night there will be a sere k nade and theater p~arty. Theme mnatters were 1 discussedl at the meeting of the executive cum mittee held Wedlnesday evening at the resi - dence of Chief Consul Dyer. NEW MEMBERS OF THE LEAoUK L The inducements offered tehe members of r the local division L. A. W. for new members -mr resulted in an active contest for recrui, a and the result is that the membership ha 1 I already largely increaed ands names are still . being added to the list. Last week nsixty-thre names were sent to the headquarters of Secre- e ntary Abbott in Boston, the largest number ever oset in a ingle week frot this division. Those who joined during the past Week were Mrs. J. 1 iC. Churchill, John R. French. Clarence E. Huck. H. H. Hovme. J. T. Hodgkin. Albert J. Cox, WV. P. F. Churcbill. Albert J. Cox. E. IL. 1 he kon. i. I. Willett. . D. for n . members .i ramuel inanheimer. ontL eister.r Lecuis< an theer Jresultwi tha hes membC.oers h Iaray Ph l geher inamed T. d H neW .e si.ll being Ldedito t.G laher. s weklatyree E n ames. wler en th . haithrteryo Navr tay jr.. ottH Flnnagstn, tihelrgeT numbr. Hevnry s enter, Johnl wB. f'erom This. diis. Toe A . Chandhlr.. Jn H. FremncE.. Cle, R. ' HL. H.ie Ha. KHoe J. T. Hokn.gomer, R. . H. Gunnel. F. Churill Abr Brndge Co. . 1 ~ ackson.tt L. L. Boydt Dr.. E.0.weneylton. . cattl J.ruW. Foer, JohnkB Flaene. Louis a Ktenernly. Ledw. . Mash, H.r . owere, tPhalpeceA. Jmewt A..Huntrl, W.o. Etc. W.ice. Gewuy V. ColnW.lllgE larnce Eharle e olr di en Williams.nigrCia Durm.iv thenas F.y week 187th Hnrye aver jra beenf Fnt ohaart Bcerd for membrhi H n A. h iiio. an Hr on now 425 member, the II lnrgs nlle istorie A. thedviion Cal. the Heelden. A.p t Hcontinue He workier un.h m membrshipJ nub r B ly .000.ony,.H The aet .W induceren Fredk forenew ames berseisya ron-ti 0.cktMar heB Penrylvani tare meA. Stewa ton . tingun. (Te mee ogr n ue 2. aond. W, and thelvamn ofhsixlew meilimeswl aet ehnddi eoeJ Trigte vaiospmst the eeitos 187igname dur en their met heurer wilr bemesipridn amokerdiiso and othere enowrtainmetbschea prgaes in te estoy oteaiine, and the ofeiiceo h o iiin hope to codiuhewrkutrilte Thentoweinelment eredonril mem-th presec is an und-trpatlky frte umernofyPean stania meeen hraonth June. Te me Thxe June0iand 1, aond h nam sfsiednby themersno il u have hndin before d to ote vlmebys rofis the oalvision and ctainu - u theflingee.Th w ilcom e "raesng-T a lpe Swheole nd oern geetinmants bs-u a hary usealcymenjoyBertn by heben Tome y-piears oine wead oainaedse and the ofPesr of itng loca diiton he tondisribue manylticketse s and o e r eeeuotlwe of Wa s Sinegto bee en atslv Scatonwillpean hes pre enetfain unusuroally lare nmer fPen gThe obidyal had hook and prognam tnined by te crnour Bicycle Clb v rbe mlear -te fofbutn wnelcome freetigT, l a wmeenend wettand greg ay ti 'you aE hert felwlcge toScn.W . wIt ba a e o yehars aolsnc wh d are e mt an te ple.sr fIvtn o t oeadpeee Th "e Washengeen sparty enpobyblg eave ien if tie 11:o bestir ouelves, thro~e ltihes o sentetn h et roahfa seoen.n tr - oargsh. hi....... . s m n a. meevdaVete;r caee and w tu if moey ead witeta piee myti o. at hAve,, mmal .' wt get ea~ntd nthrye Wamshic arty illn prbbye ees wee t he p am blue qal oer th ;~ r g h eadteamesat se UtatsH~t Trele Vit,aaesasY1'a'egn gt Ages, mebe t dp e lt ilnky t e dab sm of fs L C. wa we at Tihs. rbe mva am he Coa t read as r a (hbin Jh buidg. a the. erning Kemm. Wood amd P =aimn=a. arted 4 rids to altmore via Brookvie and llisoi Oty, but there G too meah mad mine b 6*alrd in and they we f red On he gtbmorer Tan AnuevroWs. Inst Sunday the regular ran of thi Arlingtos lob was made to Brookville, whim W. I. Mer Lit broke the record over that road. The Wakeney evening run of the Nemadi M mowle up the Conduit road. van urutaaT OTOuIES. he eatsrtainment and dance given by ti ill tary ycle Company Tuesday evening wa sdecided cess, both in point of numbers and haracter of the program. Gen. Ordway is pening the affair said he had opeed many a oeiat gbut none had afforded him morep agtan tho one. He predicted a Pright future for military cyclists, and aid thal be romote of this company would havi ti to regret in years to come Ir. Canary the champion trick rider sAVe an interesting exhibition on his wheel sch as was never seen at a ring in Wash "n before. Mr. Cmjuuv accepted a poe ition as salesman for di,9 Overman Company ad it is more than likely that he will figure i many entertainments here during the comini rheel season. coxDmow or TiR noans. The county roads are now in good conditiol or wheeling and with an occasional rain t( eep down the dust the visiting wheelmen wil kave no cause for complaint, and the beautifu cenery through Bock Creek valley and along he line of the river and canal. as well as ovei he high bills east of the Eastern branch, wil how up with better effect than they will a month later than the date fixed for the leagm meet. At the beginning of the present dsca 'air the official statistics showed a total lengtl of improved streets of 169.9 miles. improved as ollows: Length of sheet asphalt streets, 49.' niles; length of sheet coal tar streets, 38.' niles; length of asphalt block streets, 10. miles; length of granite block streets. 24J niles; length of cobble and blue rock streets 0.8 miles: length of macadamized streets. 10.! miles; length of graveled streets. 26.2 miles. Since the time that these figures were re orded many additional improvements hav4 een made, including the building of mani ;ood roads in the county. and other improve nents will be nade between now and the timl i the league meet. NEW NOUTE To THE SOLDIERS' HOK. One improvement of advantage to wheelmet B the extension of 2d street north of Florida venue to the Soldiers' Home grounds. By tak nig this smooth road the Soldiers' Hom4 rounds can be reached with comparative ease nd without the effort of climbing the heavj Ulls, such as are on the other roads. The Canal road is not in such a good condi ion Just now, owing to the fact that .the rail oad company is blasting rock along the roa< .d the heavy teams are hauling the stone ovei he road. Some resurfacing has been done or everal other roads, but most of them are noV n good condition. Wong LADIES' WHEELS sOLD. Several bicycle dealers who were seen by i ITan reporter stated that the output of ladies rheels this season has been considerably largei han heretofore. They attributed the increase ales to the fact that ladies can ride along the treetenowadays without attracting any mor ttention than a male rider, and also becaus, he wheel is recommended by many physiianf o be one of the most healthful exercises known [he result in that there are scores of lady rider, iho appear on the roads onl their wheels an< njoy the pleasure of gliding through the su >arba and enjoying the fresh country air Vhile there are but few lady club member wre, there are several riding p'arties who mako egular tours through the country, and spent he pleasant evenings and Sundays'in that way Ladies' races have. been look'ed upon witi lisfavor by the average wheelmaen . for a lonj ame. notwithstanlding which such a race i ward of now and then. In the progran fo be field day at Eureka College, Eureka, IlL. ladies' bicycle race is announced as one of l iovelties of the day. The' Y. M. C. A. wheelmen of Camden, N. J. vhich is rapidly approaching first place amoni he cyclimg clubs of the city over the river, i lisensving the lady memberihip question. No lecision has yet been reached. Tere ate quit4 'number of wheelwomen in Caunden. and some of them are very pretty. gratful riders. The semi-annual ceutury run of the Crescen, 'entury Wheelmen, which was announced foi ait Sunday was, postponed until tomorrow o ecount of the heavy roads. In place of te 'entury ride Capt. Esprey led the club on a ri brough Anacostia. lenning and Hyattsville the century run will be m.ade tormorrow ove he roud between here and Frederick, Md., an] eturn. starting from city hall at 5a.m. Th orhetlmen will pass through Brookville. Layton ile. Damascus and Newmnarket. Dinner wil Pe had at Frederick. A Long Cycling Trip by a Lady. Mrs. Elizabeth Robins Pennell has beer making a cycling trip from Berlin to Buda 'esth. In her account of the trip she writes My first practical experience was just outsidq If Calais on a by road, with an audience o: hree small frightened French boys in aproib irched up on a fence out of harm's way. Bu, managed that same morning. after taking sev. ral ditches, sometime-s sitting down by the rayside with the machine in, my lap, g-ttinj iopeleswlv wound up in the wheels once o1 wice, aind learning that a safety is as obstinatf ad self-willed a creature as ever drew the ireath of life. to, reach Gravelines, aboul wentv-two kilometers from CalaiA, inl tim< or breakfat. Indeed, the next day roased the frontimr into Belgium,. the xa.d of wid:: distances, of windmill, sand canals >reakfasted at Fouarnes anad rode through Nieu ort and other of the charming little Belgiar owns and the day after pushed my bicycha hrough the sands to Ostend. and then' through mud and deep ruts to Bruges. and the day aftei hat first tried to drown myself in a canaid am hena fnisihed up by riding into Cologne. It I, rite that on the third day we took the traina, 6h1 hen, as most record-breakers know, this is a nere detail." Ladieg as Cyenists. . Ladies In some of the southern cities are be omsing enthusiastic wheel riders. In Augusta 3m.. there are twenty-five wheelwomen, whilt a Charlotte. N. C., there are fifteen. Mrs. Edwiin Mohrig of Sana Francisco was th< lrst -lady to ridesa wheel In California. Mrs lohrig still keeps up the exercise, having re rently ridden from her home to Stockton anc -etuirn. A ladies' annex to the Capital City WVheelmne, ias been organized at Sacramento with the fol owing onficers: President. Mrs. Rt. H. Jewel :aptain, aliss Mabel Steinman: first lieutenant llae Josie Flye; seconad lieutenant, Hliss Laun D~ooper; secretary and treasurer, Miss Etti steiman: historian, Miss Marian Glovan. The ladies of Bay Cityv. Mich.. will form I adIes' cycling club and join the L. A. W. New Maven, Conn., Is said to have fully 281 reminine 'riders, many of whom use the whee as a conveyance to and from business. Ccitsta at thee Big FaIr. It is said that a company having a capital o I1.000.000 has been formed In Chicago to buil, a large numiher of eight-room cottages to ac omuinoudate visitots, and it Is suggested tha yclista een here hire a room and get mesa a Ice moderate rates of from *17 to $21e week. The plan is to have one large dnn pavilion to accommodate the hungry ons rwenty-one dollars a week Is a pretty stiff rate specially a. very few would eat mnore than'ons seal a day at such a paes. . aat Riding in the Paths. "Wrst Tiding Ina the paiks and upon the high ways in thim ountry Is attracting unawarabli sasst and Ina England numerous prosecsa lions have arisen from like actions," says thi cl payer of the league. "We ws to ps narsalve. upos recoed asagainst all such abuses rhat the e boyof cycit sol sfe ofwudb or bona Lia 'usireb ir'i nteextremse, and we shD usi -ibMe'e to have it stopped. A represeste ilue ot the ' Wpeord upan the reas in Irsubin Park et eein, and whil rlin~a esatsh aiemg w ass by a rash at half degn of 'pasts Thi ae~me wore uuted andl auibsisand a t aeryem aeam the read. We do not eng rae isu ng ofanyhind aepnel tha etaeghss esne ees im t heu sont how long they wEi - mam s ba- we am et ase as be es toesn i afss a..e er iusmm... th T HE TALENT HARD HIT 11r.a009M r t Umkby THE BEST HORSE WON. Jeds Neenta'm Vuitssee-Wness ogth Dig Uandscap-Tb uma- Meestae a Sees a- 0"0tag 611wae the essui psaUM a"d SubUrba. &AT WAS T N I drafsl ct the talent last Meday at Grave sed, and rarely is sen suck a capiete reversal o ftam ft was OKAinthe~ aisof Longetrea in thet hoohlyn handiap. A. stated in this colmssa a week ago, the great son of Loeeow had the rame W010'n pope. Un fortuAdly for the thousands who backed him. however, the ram was not rdnn paper-and Longstreet was beaten. It is true the traek did not suit him, but om must not overlook another condition which was not to the great her's Eking-the pace. For, de-pite the fact that the track was one not best suited to bin, it is not unreasoiable to hold that had the pae not been such a terrii one from the &ll of the tag Longstreet would probably have won. McLaughlin's early en deavors to catch the flying Fairview killed his mount's chances before six fr had been run. Had he rated along and waited for Fair view to come back to him he would hare had all the reserve forces of his horse at command when needed in the stretch. But this is at best speculation, and it is undoubtedly true that the best horse won. Not the greatest hore per haps in the race, but the one best conditioned for such a race on such a track. For had a great jockey been upon Judge Morrow there would have been no head finish-he would have won eaily by a length or two. An it was.lral on Pensmra came within an ace of stealing the race from Covington. Judge Morrow is a chestnut horne, ive-years old, by Vagabond-Moonlight, Vagabond's sire being Vanijal, he by imported Glencoe. Moon light was by Joe Johnson, he by a son of Lax ington. Judge Morrow's pedigree shows that he ponsesses three Glevoe crosses, two Lexing ton crosses. and. through Childe Harold, two Sovereign crosses. He bas at times been an an fortunate horse, but always a reliable and con sistent performer. His Brooklyn handicap was the sixth one run, the first.having been run in IK47. The distance, I1I miles. has never been changed. The following table will be of interest in this connection: Year. Winner. Wert. starters. lime. 110t7X- ?as -:: - Min,0 IT1 I.-07 1Is9- Exile................116 7 2.07f wil- Castaway II.......100 9 2.10 1OI- Tenny........ ......r1h 21 2.10 185)- Judre Morrow. . 116 12 2.Uf V THE DUMBLANE CLU. Dumblane Club races tis week were quite a success, despite the fact that the attend ance on the second day was very small,owing to the rnin and the misunderstanding as to whether or not the races had been postponed. The races should, have been postponed. Had the club been a profesional racing aso ciatiott. catering to that class of race-goers who care not whether the racesare run in rainursun shine so long as there ti betting, it would per haps have been well to have allowed no post poneinent. But in this instance the case was an altogether different one. The club sought the support of the general public, not par ticularly the betting pubifc. and many people were greatly disappointed. The man agement of the meeting was excellent and the racing very creditable. The feature of the meeting was the excellent riding of Mr. Will Haves. formerly of Virginia. Mr. Hayes is one of the best gentlemen riders in this country fearless, intelligent and possessing great good judgment. He is a modest, unassuming gentle nian, without any desire or play for grand stand plaudits, and his success here wee a very popular one. BERE aND TRE. Judge Morrow's weight in the Suburban will be 126 pounds, having incurred six pounds pen alty by his win of the Brooklyn handicap. - High-priced horses are considered "jonaha" by trainers, and they do not like to have one In fike sthbnle. Time on horse races in England Is only taken in exceptional ca-es, such as the Derby, St. Leger and other big races. Latonia and Garfield Park% open their gates Saturday. The Latonia Derby will be run on the opening day, but the Garfield Derby not until June 4. t. Tucker, the trainer, and Willie Delong, the jockey. have left E. Corrigan's great stable. The cause of the break has not been made public. Reports from Monmouth Park msy that The Baron, Matt Byrnes' crack two-year-old, is one of the best he ever trained: that he can gallop a half mile in fifty seconds over the old track. Guy Wilkes. Axtell and Nutwood ae standing at el.000 ea-h, Arion at 02.500. all trotters. This is a higher fee than any thor oughbred ever commanded. except St. Blaise, who.4e book tilled at 200. SecretarvBrewster of the Washington Park track in Chicago states that the owner of the winner of the Amerienn Derby in fhieago in 18193 will receive a certified check for WO50O immediately after the race. "3Maj." Covington is as cute a jockey as there i's. Just before the Brooklyn handirap he was standing in the paddock with the colors on when a stranger asked him If Judge Morrow would win, Hie replied: "The horse's head is a heap longer than mine, but he can't tell you that." "What do you think about It?" wee the next question. "I ain't allowed to thinkr." the midget re plied. The yearling colt. by imp. Darebin, that ha. covered quarters in 23 seconds, has been sold to Charles Fair of itan Francisco for W6,00. and the two-year-old filly Princess. by imp. Cheviot, for S350 Prince a regently went a half mile in 48 4-5 seconds, with 115 ponds up, which is thought to he the best trialever run in Cali fornia. Glen. W. H. Alexander of the Belle Meade Istud at Glallatin. Tenn.. baa secnred the re fueal from Michael F. Dwyer of the great horse Kingston. after his racing career shall hare ended, whichs will probably be at the termina tion of the present racing maaons. The price agreed upon is understoost to be eto.00. The addition of Kingston will give Belle Me.a a remarkable array ostallions, the stars there now being the egihDerby winner, Iroquois, Luke Blackburn, teunbeaten Tremnost, In spector B., imp. Great Tom and lmp. Loyalist. Mr. John Hiunter has been elected chairman of the board of conitroL. The heard has gpated licensee to the following: Traieers.-C..P. Hill, 1. 3. Feruo.Will ian Denohue. Edward McimmsIarhoOzz, George W. Nixon, F. Charlsetem, Chas. Chance, John Ross, John D~wyer, C. J. Garrison,.Earid! l, Jesse Delong, Janes P lesS Jockeys-Andr:ew J. McCarthy, L. Wilkeam, T. Kane. Azathony Seott, Berges Teuny, baa. FlnWee. Haywood, Jamse callahan sa F. The Hudmes County Joebey (Muh meeting at Ontteabneg began October Ms, 1881, and easd on Satatrday hae. daring which the 1,6 eses were decided in the 173 racing dapa. The tstal amoost of msnoey distrlibue was S1,US, the winnets of mose than W8,N being as folses: - --.. s r:w-e-bs . ::: tL rn =m hLow e t ,tese ase diamt Tes sm a hea sed a Surn? As bow swuig wo s eso the term s awing et. The ems tI abetas. evto eMe0 reda tu her bead se be heli se oat--yes nut pon en dh hight lue, and ftA thres her ito the eseet trotti whie with MaAd . bur bad mt hoobeoe 6, you must po on the Lift Mae, and that brings her selre an hrfest ion The et neIuItg To a moasw emprseetes weedarf.l - udess et dr..t1Ca brmter ad the inety of 3C asplag him on Ufeet, als ettle mst nade make quite a rift in lhs of 0 obse a that h ever h sport.-E1. . 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