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OFF FOE TIE W1H0Y C!
Wet Grounds Again Prevent the
Game at Louisville.
SENATORS ARE CONFIDENT
Tom Kluslow Signed By MnnuHt-T ilc
Gunnlglo Varin-y Andci'Noii Given
Notice of Release Loulnvllle Fiiiih
Have a Good Opinion of tho Sen
ators ThlB Sensoti.
Pittsburg . . 24
(I p. w 1,. J, c-
1 .Cincinnati . . 21 18 9 .667
16 8 .66?
17 9 .654
14 10 .583
15 11 .577
14 12 .538
15 13 .536
13 13 .500
11 15 .423
9 17 .346
9 18 .333
5 21 .192
M Baltimore.. 26
(I New York.. 26
1 St. Louis . . . 21
rutMiuiK. ; Brookin, -0.
Ciiiciiinnii. 4: l'hil.iueliihia, 0.
St. Louis., 1; Boston 5
Cleveland, 1-; B;iltnnorc, 7.
Chicago, 4; New York, lit.
Washington at Chicago.
Bos-ion at Clc ehitui.
New York at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at PiuMiurg.
Baltimore at Louisville.
(Special to The Time5:.)
Louii-ville, May tJG The grounds were
again too wet for play today, and alter
waiting until 4 o'clock, the game wat
it will be played during the next vihit
of the feenaiois to LouismiIc next tall.
The Wasnuigtoiiij made manj new friends,
in ttie Falls City on their present trip.
The club beeins to be rejuvenated and tno
local press and public are profuse with
their pruise of Capt. Joyce. He seems
to hae infused a lot or snap and get
there ' into the men. botn the veterans of
the team and the youngsters.
The youngbtera, MeCuiney, Rogers, Luih
and AicJames do not beeiii a nil aiiaid
of the old leaguers of other clubs.
YOUNGSTERS IN A GOOD SCHOOL.
They kick, scrap and play witli a vim
that attests to Joyce's good tschoohng.
Joice is conceded to be the managerial
linn of the seagull tj Uie tans oi j-ouia-vi
'ine Senators left on a fast train for
Chicago this evening Mercer will piti-li
the opening game at i htcigo and Maui and
German will octupy the blab in the other
two It is the Gpmiou here that Washing
ton will take Uo g.iinch irom the Colts.
Tom Kiuslow, of your city, has been
signed by Manager McGunnigle and will
report within toe next lew na. 'lorn will
matenally strengthen the Colonels, and
his signing is most popular with the local
Varncy Anderson has been given ten
days' notice of release by Mr. Wagner.
Anderson ib in splendid condition, and will
have no uouble in resigning with a Na
ionnl League Club.
"Sil ver"Kmg, the veteraupi tcuer, has been
signed in accordance with instructions Irom
LATHAM TOR PORTLAND.
(Special to The Times.)
Bat-ton, Mass , May 20. Boston is de-crea-ing
expenses witn a vengeance Dolan
isuow the only colt in the pasture, Ycrnck
having been i.irmed to Mikesbarre and
Tenny to Springfield, while Jack Ryan
it seems Ui.it Tenny did not want to be
tanned out but wa.- told it was a ease
of go where lie was told or ielease and
he chose the farm. Ryan, however,
reiud to go to either Wilkesbarre or
Toronto, and was given ins release.
"Jack' said he did not care to play
in a minor league loi he coula get cluncoo
to play in faster company. lie wanted
to lr.iule in the east it icssible. Ryan's
catching has been lirst rate. Be lias
not hit buccesslully nut has lnl hard
and the announcement ot his release was
very much in the nature of a surprise.
The Portland club of the New England
League is negotiating for the famous Arhe
Laliium. juvt lek.ised from the St. Lom.s
team of the big league. .Manager Frank J.
Leonard has known L.itti;un intimately for
many years, the two residing near each
other in Lynn, Mass.
The signing of Latham would be a great
stroke of enterprise and 11 satisfactory
terms can be made "The Dude" will Le
seen In a Portland uniform.
BROOKLYN BATTED HARD.
l'ltfuurj YYhh Badly Beaten in a
Pittsburg, Pa., May 20. The game with
Brooklv'n today was plajed in a drizling
rain. Hastings started to piteii for Pitts
burg, but was wild and gae way to Goar
at the end of the third inning. The latter
wasnotmucho! an improtcmenlnud Brook
lyn securing a commandn.- lead, Pitts
llurg played for delay. 'ine game was
little netter than a farce. Long hits
were trcmient owing to Hip fn
tactics of the fielders. Abbey, in the last
two inning.-, ju-i loeu ine nu..n .t.
and Pittsburg was able to escape a siitu
out. Attendance, 1,000. Score:
Brooklyn. AB. R. H.PO.A.E.
Grirtm, cf C 5 3 3 0 0
Jones, rf 5 4 4 3 0 0
LaChance, lb 5
Corcoran, s C
Shindle, 3b 6
McCarthy, If G
Schoch, 2b 4
Grim, c D
Abbey, p 5
3 3 14 0 0
112 4 1
2 4 14 0
3 2 10 0
3 3 13 0
2 2 2 10
2 3 0 2 0
Donovan, rf.. ..
Lyons, 3b.. ..
Beckley, lb.. ..
BterbaoeT, 2b. .
Merritt, c. ..
Hastings, p.. ..
47 2G 25 27 14 1
AB. R H.PO.A. E.
4 4 0
0 1 10 0 0
12 2 8 0
0 13 0 0
0 0 0 0 2 1
0 0 0 0 0 0
3 0 0 0 11
Totals 39 6 14 27 18 5
Killeu batted for Hastings in third
Brooklyn.. .. ".. .. 2 2 2 4 7 2 3 0 325
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 40
Earned runs Brooklyn, 11; Pittsburg,
6. First base by errors Brooklyn, i.
Lert on bases Pittsburg, 8; Brooklyn, 8.
First base on balls Orf Abbey, 2; oif
Hastings, 4; off Goar, 3. Struck out
By Abbey, 2. Home runs Ely, Shindle.
Three-base hits Smith, Ely, Lvons, La
Chance, Schoch, Abbey. Two-base hits
Stenzel, Griffin 2. Laehanee, Corcoran,
McCarthy, Grim. Sacrifice hits Corcoran.
Grim. Stolen bases Griffin, McCarthy 2.
Grim. Double plays Hastings, Lyons and
Beckley: Schoch, Corcoran and LaChance
Shindle. Schoch and LaChance. Hit by.
pitcher By Hastings. 1.. Wild pitch Goar.
Umpire Emslie. Time of game 2 hours
and 30 minutes.
GIANTS WON BY' A BIG SCORE.
JVTeektn "Was Very Effective and
Parker "Was, an Easy Mark.
Chicago, May 20. The New Yorks won
today's game easily batting Parker's curves
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THE WHITE I5UILD1NG."
all oer the field. The Colt.s could not
hit Meekin at Hie right time aud put up
a miserable game in the field. Pitchers
Thornton and liriggi weie today farmed out
to the Grand Hapids' team of the Western
League. Attendance, l,5t0 Score:
riiicairo. Ail. ic. ii.i-u.rt.
Everett, 3b b
Lange, cf 4
Ryan, rr t
Heiley, 2b f
Decker, lb 4
Kittrldge, c 4
Totals -I3 4 15 27 14
Kuw Vnrfc. All. K. ll.l U..
Gleaoi.2b f; ;
Stanord, ss "
H.Davis, lb t 0
( oinaughton, ir 1
Meekin, p 1
Wilson, c 5 -
Totals 49 19 2127 G
ClniMiro 1 I OOO o i l u-
First base by
:i 0290000 5-10
Chicago, 2; New Y'ork, 11.
errors Chicago. 1: New
Left on bases-Chicago, 1H; New-
York. 0. First base on balis-orr rarker,
3; ofr Meekin, 4. Struck out- By Parker,
2; by Meekin. 3. Thice-ba.se hits Tier
nan, UlP.ison. Two-base hits Lange, Ryan,
G. Davis, Meekin. Dahlen Stolen bases
Van Haltren, Stafford, Gleasou 3; G. Davis,
Flynn, Kittridege, U. Davis Double plays
Decker (unassisted); Kyan.Kittndge and
Dahlen. Pasd balls -Wilson Umpire
Sheridan. Time 2 hours and 10 minutes.
PHILLIES SHUT OUT.
Rlitnes Pitched a Splendid Game for
Cincinnati. May 20. -Hilly Rhincs pitched
another one of his phenomenal games to
day, retiring the hard-hitting Phillies with
two hits and no runs. He was gicu
almost pcrlect support. Smith's error being,
one of the excusable kind. The Reds had
no trouble in hitting Ortti. Rain kept the
attendance down to 2,000. Score:
m -r cvp m c - --
Cincinnati. A B. It. H.PO.A.E
Hurke. If 4 112 0 0
Hoy, cf 3 0 12 0 0
Miller, rf 3 1 0 0 u 0
Vaughn, lb 4 0 2 13 0 0
Grav. 2b 4 0 14 7 0
Smith, ss 4 0 3 0 2 1
Irwin, 3b.. .. . 4 112 0 0
Pelt., c 3 10 4 0 0
Rhines, p 3 0 1 0 JJ )
Totals 32 4 10 27 11 1
Philadelphia. AD. R. H.PO.A.E.
Turner, cr 3 0 0 111
Hulen.ss 4 0 0 5 4 O
Thompson, rf 4 0 0 5 1 0
Hrouthcrs. lb 3 0 18 0 0
Delehantv.If 4 0 0 10 0
Hallman.2b 4 0 0 0 1 0
Cross. 3b 3 0 0 12 1
Clements, c 2 0 0 2 1 0
Orth, p 3 0 111 1
Totals 30 0 2 24 11 3
Cincinnati 1111 00 0 0 x-4
Philadelphia UUUOOUOOU" i)
Earned runs Cincinnati 1. First base b
errors Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 1. Leit
on baes Cincinnati 5. Philadelphia 7.
First base on balls Orf Rhines 3. off Orth
1. Struck out By Rhines 4. Two-base
hits -Irwin. Brouthers. Three-base hit
Hoy. Sacrifice hit Hoy: Stolen base -Smith.
Hit by pitelier-By Orth 1. Wild
pitches Rhines 2. Passed ball Clements.
Umpire Keefe. Time or game 2 hours 17
BEANEATEBS AVON EASILY.
.St. Louis Saved a Shut Out in the
St. Louis, Mo., Ma 20 By lucky hitting
in (he last inning thc.Drown earned a run
and saved a shut out. Kissinger was wild
and was hit hard, while Btivetts was a
puzzle and was well supported. Attend
ance, 1,500. Score:
St. Louis. AB. R. H.PO.A E
Cooley, I. f..
Connor, lb ..
Meyers, 3b ..
Parrott, r. f..
Kissinger, p 4
Bannon, r. f....
Lowe, 2b ,
Duffy, I. f
..30 1 7 27 11
AB. R. n.PO.A.
3G 5 7 27 9 2
00 000 000 11
3000 100 0 15
Earned runs Boston 1 , St. Louis 1 . Two
base hit Cross. Sacrifice hits Long 4.
Stolen bases Long 1. Double plays Cross
aud Quinn. First base on balls Off Kis
singer 5, off Stivetts 2. Struck outBy
Stivetts 2. Umpire Mr. Lynch. Time of
game 1 hour and 40 minutes.
SPIDERS WIN THE SECOND.
Baltimore Is Having Temple-Cup
Troubles at Clevelund.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 20. The Cleve
lands bunched their hits in the first inning
today and taking advantage of loose field
ing by the Baltimores scored five runs.
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CURES BY lpUAIfATION."
At all druscists.i.oppriqr office. Consul
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nf 1L T. lSooth. New
York, Room 50. Wash. Loan and JLSL,'
Ti ust BlUg., Cor. Utlx and F sts.
Alter making four more off Pond in Ihc
third inning, he was taken outand Hemming
was substituted. The latter held Cleve
land down to three runs. Baltimores
ridding was very jagged, while the home
team put up a good liejding game. Score:
Cleveland. All. It. H.PO.A. E.
Burkett.lf t 1 -, 0
McKeau.ss ' - "- - " l
CliiUK 2b - 2 2 2 5 0
Tebeau.lb " 0 0 13 0 0
Ziinmer, c 3 1 4 1 0
Blake rf o 2 2 0 0 0
McAIeer.cf '1 0 0 2 o 0
McGarr,3b 5 12 110
Cuppy, p ?!1r
Totals 42 12 1127 15 1
Baltimore. AIL It. II.PO.A E.
Clark, lb "1 1 10 0 0
Keeler rr 4 1 2 3 0 0
.leanings, ss o 0 2 2 12
Kelly. If r 1 12 0 O
Brodie, or - 4 10 2 0 0
Reitz., 2b 4 1 1 G 1 0
ItotMiihon.c..'. 4 0 2 2 0 0
Donnelly, lb 0 0 0 o 1 I
Kaister,3b 4 2 2 0 4 2
Pond, p 10 0 0 0 O
Hemming, p 3 0 10 3 O
Totals 39 7 12 27 13 5
Cleveland 50 100 10 20-12
Baltimore 0 10 0 10 12 2- 7
Earned runs-Cleveland, 1; Baltimore, 3.
First base by eiiorn-Cleveland, -r, Balti
more, 1. Lelt on baes-Cleveland, 7:
Baltimore, (5. First base on balh-Orf
Cuppv, 1, oir Pond, 1, off Hemming, 3.
Stiue'k out-By Pond, I; by Hemming, 1;
bv Cuppv, 2. Uoineruii-Zlminer. Two
base hits-Blake, McKean, Kelly, Kaister,
2: Robinson. Sacrifice hit- McAleei.
Stolen ba-es- Iteit. and Kapler. Double
plays-McKean, Chiidfl and Tebeau. Hit
iy pitcher-By Cuppv, 1. Wild pitch
Hemming. Umpire-Mr. Weidmau. Time
ol' game-2 hour and 5 minutes. Attendance-2,500.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE GAMES.
Mobile 00000 0 130-4
Birmingham 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Hits -Motule, 11; Birmingham, 0. Errors
Mobile, 4; Birininghain, 5.
At New Orleans. -
New Orlean-. 2 4 1 5 0 1 0 1 4- 18
Atlanta 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 0-3
lilts -New Orleans, 1 ; Atlanta, 9. Errors
-New Orleans, 1; Allautu, 8.
Columbus 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 02
Montgomery 1 0002010 01
Bits Columbus 7. Montgomery G. Errors
Columbus 2, Montgomery 7.
VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
Ljiiehhurg 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 O'-G
Roanoke 000 0 1 0 0 01
Hits Lynchburg, 13; Roanoke, 5. Er
rors Lynchburg, 2; Roanoke, 5.
Norfolk 0 2 I 0 1 0 2 0 0- G
Richmond 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 x-7
Hits Norfolk 8, Richmond 8. Errors
Norfolk 3, Richmond 1.
AUSTRALIANS ARE COMING.
Famous Crlclceters to Piny the AII
Philadelphia, May 20.- The secretary or
the Associated Cricket Clubs or Philadel
phia, today received a cablegram from
the manager of the Australiaueleveu which
is now in England, announcing their ac
ceptance or an invitation to visit this coun
try in the fall.
The Australians will sail from England
on September 9, and will play their first
match in this city with the All-Philadel-phni
team on September IS, 19 aud 21.
The dutes for the second match will be
September 25, 20 and 2t, while the third
and last match is scheduled for October
2, 3 aud 5.
The games will be played at Manheim,
Haverford and Elmwood, the respective
grounds of the uermunuiwn, Menon and
Belmont CricKet Clubs. This will be tne
second visit to Philadelphia in four years
of a team or Australian cricketers.
Pertinent Paragraph-. About the Sen
ator, and Oilier Player.
It Legnis to look as it the New York club
va entering upon its second career on
eaith. The ci.ut- t eat Anson's Colts most
We will be perfectly -atWfied villi one
game riom Chicago, Clpt Jojce butu ou
could manage to gral a couple somehow, you
would make u very hnpp. But do the uest
jou can, aud if you lose three, all right.
Algy McBrlde, the Washington boy, who
is on Captain Anson's iiiosuiute list, want
to get away from that city. He has a
strong desire to play regularly, and he
is a batter that coulu catch on most any
Avhere. The New York management would like to
secure Pitcher Tom MtCreery, the Wash
ington player, who is villi Uie Colonels.
Miiey have oitered Catcher Park Wiitou
and Fielder Jim Stafford lor the younstei,
but so rar have only been given a drat
President Young is looking for a decrease
in the number of players lo be drafted into
the big league next lall, but says. lf a
minor league club develops a really good
man there will be no laik or high bids
lor his services, ir a major league wants
him it will not lake thain.es on drafting him
when the rii3h begins October 1."
Tom Brown no longer leads ofr for the
Senators. He Is now seventh in the batting
list. Pittsburg Press. Tom was omy
displaced from the top in the Louisville
games because the censors were up
against u leit-unuued pnci.-r. Souinuaw
twirlers are Jonahs to the last fielder.
Against rigiil-lianu pitchers Tom will lead
orf as usual.
Tom Kinslow is to join the Colonels.
Thomas knows how to int. since ins re
tirement he has been opening oysters at
Washington Cincinnati Post. Also oilier
things. No roast. At Tom's cafe, besides
oysters, he opens ciums and various arti
cles with "little necks." And on the side,
Tom is not slow in opening a Jack pot ir
he has as good as a coupie ot monarchs
Zearfoss, New York's young college
catcher, is not a dainty, slender opy wiiu
long hair and a face blooming with young
aud earnest purpose. He is us big as a
house and weighs 215 pounds. Pittsburg
Dispatch. First the news, came that our
Dave Fout.'s sie ami now they tell ns
that "Kid" Zearross weighs like a barrel
of bricks. How those youngsters have
changed since we last saw them in Wash
ington. However, it should be borne in
mind that both stones originated in Pitts
burg. Some distinguished citizens who affect
knickerbockers, golf caps and brilliant
hosiery have been sent1, tothe hospital dur
ing the past few days.- Cnpt. Ewing is out
of the game because he took cold during
the games with the Scnatois on that damp
Mondav afternoon last. "JJid" Mcl'hee had
a finger knocked out Of its socket by a
throw from Peitz.. Cant. Nash, or the
Phillies, narrowly escaped being killed by
an inshoot at Louisvnle, Jack Doyie, or
the Baltimores, was .spiked at second base
in the second game at Chica go, and 'Bi ldget"
Donohue was laid up by a collision at the
plate with Capt. Robinson in the same
game. Washington is in mourning for a
liner from Roaring Bill Bassamaer's bat
split his finger, and the accident gave Sena
tor German a chance to prove that there is
some good left in him. The rejected New
Yorker stopped the Colonels' rush. Cin
The minds of the baseball fans at League
Park were carried back over a long winter
to the happy days wheu the Temple cup
was the cause ot the argument and there
were several causes for this backward
glance. The old rivals were again on the
neld, the actual Tempie cup team was on
the field lor Cleveland for the first time
this season and it was in Temple cup form.
A few familiar objects were missing on
the other side of tne house, but had Mc
Gra w, Gleason and Carey been on the bases
and McMahon in the box, the reproduction
of the bitterly fought contest that marked
the opening game last fall would have been
perfect. Tne game yesterday, however,
was more of a pitchers' battle and while
Cy Young had a few shades the better of
it, it was not Bsper's fault that the game
wan lost by the visitors. Cleveland Plain
Dealer. -" --
: DISAPPOINTED THE SPORTS
Big Crowd Journeyed Aoro3s the
Bridge But Ko Fight.
ij Alex Ilruwii and nines "Were to Have
Beon tlie Principals In a Go
to u FlnlMti.
Just why Alex Brown and Hlne did not
mix-up in a discussion of scrapology at
John Nelson's old stand in Jackson City
last night will probably remain u uijs
tery to the general public.
The scrap was slated all right and ar
rangements had been made Tor the fistic
argument. Every dead game sport arouui
town had tne tip ami a long line of car
riages were drawn up in front of the bat
tle ground ut io o uoCK, tne lime given
out for the fignt.
The equipugi.a denoted that the patrons
were not, oi i.ie tin norn variety nut v, ere
of the ilk who sit on velvet aud have
money to burn.
It was a very quiet, orderly crowd and
the bar-keeper in lue little piuce was
surrenng rnmi a stagnation of iraue.
He lazily leaned against the pine counter
only sinning ms posiuon wnen an in
comer wnula ask lor a Dutch cockaiI or
a sport woul i impure abouc tne proposed
milt. To the lat.e.- query ne was .is un
satisfactory as a ephiiix, giving answers
in motiosjilables tnat could ne construed
to mean that no Hgnt was contemplated
but rather lii.C u haivation Army meeting
was on the program.
Vi Idle the ram was pouring in torrents
carnages continued to arrive, and II looked
like huiiicihiiig was going to Impi.en. Ti.e
clanking or harness chains ami the
slumping or impatient ihoroughorcils de
noted that it w.is noi a cheap ciasa who
had jouriiejed to the "city" to tee the con
test. Yet they had their sloppy trip lor
A verj cleer colored fellow, -who seem
ed to be one or l lie committee on ceremonies,
told The Times man that the fight was orr
on account or the objection or the pro
prietor or the saloon to having it pulled orr
m his hall Altera goon de.iloi consultation
between those who appealed to have
charge or the affair it was oiriually "e
clared ofr ror that lime and plate The
party then entered their conveyances and
returned to the city.
Though great secrecy was exercised by
the mau.igcis or the proposed fight it was
understood that Alex brown and an itin
erant pug by the name or Hiiie would do
the .scrapping at middle-weights and to a
After leaving Jackson City the pugilistic
party drove back to Washington and
separated. It was rumored that ti.e fight
would be nulled off at an early hour this
I morning at a barn over the Aqueduct bridge
C. A. C. FIVE-BACK TO.URNEY
Flsher Led Last Niuht "Willi Best
Total and Slujrle Scores.
The first assignment or bowlers in the
third and last series of the Columbia Ath
letic Club five-back bowling tournament
was played last night.
Fisher, who has been steadily improving
in his playing, last evening led the assign
ment witn a total or lot) ior ins io:r
games; he also led with best single game,
having one or 47 to his credit. 1-or his
total ror the roll quota of twelve games
he was a tie with Flynn, with 461. The
latter was second last night with 1 lb,
followed closely by Perry, who liis steadily
worked his way up and finished third
last night. , , ,
'1 he tournament willcloeon Friday own
ing with the big "eight" on the alleys
The assignment ror that evening consists
of Rice, Myers, Suns, Wells, smith, Callau,
Bennett, and Grant.
Following are last night's scores and the
full totals for twcive games
1 2 3 4 T. FT.
.. 3G 47 40 3G 159 4G1
.. 32 45 35 30 148 461
.1 .. 40 41 31 34 146 432
.. .. 30 41 38 35 144 457
38 40 25 40 143 446
.. .. 3G 36 33 32 137 438
.. .. 37 23 31 42 133 427
RACES AT CHARLOTTE.
Sch ado TV Ins Three Firsts and a
Second In North Carolina.
Charlotte, N. C, May 20.-A crowd of
2,000 witnessed the races of the Char
lotte Cycle Club here this arternoon
The one-mile championship or the South
was won by Fred Schade of Herndon,
Va in 2:31; McMakm or Charlotte, sec
ond, aud Riley of Greenwood, S C, third.
otuaoe won the one-mile handicap trom
scratch in 2 20 1-2
Schade won the quarter mile open in
0 33 1-2, Rupperi being a close second in
33 3-5. Ruppert had won the synqaihy
of ihegranustaud.and was wildlyapplauced
when he won the two mile hundiiap his
timo was 5 05 1-2. They both started
rrom the scratch It was a close and in
tensely exciting race.
STOPPED BY WET COURTS.
Play In the Tennis Tournament Post
poned Until Today.
Rain jesterday prevented the ccumnuance
or the Southern ciiampionshlp lav.n tennis
tournament. The courts of the Bachelors
Cnib were soaked ana play was poiponed
until todav, when the matches will go on
if the weather clears up. Uie drawings
tor the doubles were mane yeslerddj alitr
noon with the following result.
Championship doubles, preliminary round,
Boyle and partner vs. Metcair and partner;
Gower and Tobln vs. Beckwitu and Worih
ington. First round, Faret and Davidson
vs. Winners or nrst preliminary inatctr,
Goodrellow and Clay vs. winners of second
Safety at Yacht Races.
The act approved by the President yes
terday "to proide for the sarety of
passeugers on excursion steamers," had
its inceptiou in the complaint made by
Lord Dunraven of the crowding or the
Defender-Valkyrie regatta course Here
after there will be no oprortumt for ex
cursion steamers and other e.-sels io in
terfere with aquatic sport.
Row-zer "Won the Match.
Mr Porter icowzer ot the Monkei Club,
defeated Mr. James Morgan or the Fat
Men's Club, at continuous pool by the score
or GOO to 580. It was Cue or the best
gamesever witnessed in Washington. Many
brilliant shots were made by Morgan in
the scries. Mr. Morgan challenges all
players Hi the District, bwrnug Harding.
women are trying
to do everything
it i3 not strange
that many things
are over-done. It is
not strange that
there are all kinds ol
physical and men
tal disturbances. If
the woman who is a
doctor, or a lawyer,
or a journalist, or in
business would not
try to be a society
woman too it might
be different; but the
woman, who knows
when she has done
a day's work has yet
to be born. Usually
a woman's way is to
keep doing until she
working: in this
!Ww'ft way has manifold
-- evil"?. As an old
colored Aunty used
to say: "There's always somethin' the
matter. If it isn't one thing: it's two." The
most common trouble resulting: from over
exertion, either mentally or physically, is
constipation of the bowels, with all its at
There is no human ailment that so saps
the energies, so deadens the ambitions, as
that coming from the bowels forgetting
their vocation, or the liver only work
ing about eight hours out of the twenty
four. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the most
effectual remedy in the market. They work
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they are, disposing of them effectually.
Mrs. Rosan-n-a M. Bliss, of Colosse, Os
wego County, New York, says:
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times faintness from too much mental work.
Over exertion physically caused constipation of
the bowels. I tried liver pills. They gave tem
porary relief. Two years ago I began using Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. 1 have, at intervals,
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AMONG AMATEUR ATHLETES.
Tlie prcliminarv niveim? or tl e joint
cominlttee on PotomaflUver regatta, wlui U
was to liave been licM last night at Hie
Potomac tnntliousc, was postponed to
Mondav evening, when a full attendance
or dele'gatet. to the joint committee, rep-ieeiUiiislhe-Columhia.
and t'otomac uiai. cuius, "jjcucu.
The eight-oared shell crew or the
Columbia Athletic Club, which lias ac
(.ei)t'd the invitation or the Naval Cadets
to row a nice over the mile ami a hair
course at Annapolis on Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock, will leave here early
on the morning of the day fixed.
A large number or the members or the
C V C. will go down to cheer and en
courage the crew. Lieut. Baker hail
the crew out je&tcrday afternoon, and
it moved in splendid form, and was en
couragingly labt and lor ks like a winner
Hard practice and strict training will be
kept up until the day of the race
The game or baseball arranged to ba
plaved on Saturday afternoon on George
town Field bv the Georgetown and Colum
bian Varsity"teams is treating an unusual
amount of interest. The rivalry be
tween the teams is very strong, and the
more so since Gergetown won the first
-ame bv the close score or lo to 13.
0 Both sides will have out their strongest
tcuii"' and Cunningham and Mahoney will
be tlie opposing pitchers. . In place c.r
DaUell, whoe arm is still m a sling, the
result or an Injury in a: game, Shaw will
Dlav at third lor Columbian, and his recent
work in practice and on the St uthern trip
indicate that he will acceptably mi the
important positirn assigned to him.
Virginia Detents Princeton.
Princeton, X. J., May 20. The University
or Virginia baseball nine beat tlie Prince
ton team this arternoon by the score ot
10 to 6. Princeton's dereat was due to
miserable fielding and overconfidence in
her ability to bat out runs. They had
evidently expected a cinch and were not
prepared Tor anythmg else. In the box,
Wilson pitched a good game, but he could
not keep his opponents oir Tirst base as
well as Easton did againsc Tale. Hoxtou
ror Virginia, played a brilliant game, mak
ing" two two-baggers and an unassisted
double plav by catching a hot liner and
putting Easton out at third.
Harding's Pool Challenge.
Barnard Harding, champion pool player
or the District or Columbia, -would like
to arrange a match game or continuous
pool ror 200 poiuls with Some player
whom lie has not defeated, ns he Is going
to leave "Washington In a few days. Send
challenges care ot The Times.
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GAVE "WAY TO THE CADETS.
Departmental League Postpones Its
Game at National Park.
for today between the teams frcm Fore
Mver anil the Treasury Det.artment has
1 been postponed.
The incitement weatner ycsiemuy pre
vented the High School Cadets rrt,m hav
ing their competitive drill at National
Park, aud at the urgent request ot the
High School boys the Departmental League
ofnciais have waived all claim to the
park, and the drill will take place this
The next league game will be played
tomorrow arternoon by the Bureau ot
Engraving and Printing and District Com
missioners teams, and at neither of these
have lost a game this eason. much interest
is heing manifested in the outcome of the
JfltlEND OF 1V1SECT10X.
Secretary Morton Oppose the Pro
The Secretary of Agriculture has sen
to the Senate a long letter opposing the
bill to prohibit vivisection. The Secre
tary says the proposed legislation directly
and seriously affects the operation of the
Bureau of Animal Industry, although the
bill Is ostensibly local In its character.
So long as Congress directs the Depart
ment to make investigations of animal
diseases and to provide for their sup
pression jvnd control, the Department, he
says, should be left free to carry on such
work in such a manner as seem best to
the Secretary id order to obtain the end in
view. A protest rrom Surgeon General
Wyroarx was also riled.
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