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Thriving manu faottiring locality. Satisfactory reference, fnr ntsbed. Various Pointers Gathered From Off the Turf. SELF DEFENSE; OTHER SPORTS Resume of the Latest Happehings in Athletics—Indoor and Field Doings of Interest Here. BASE BALL SCORES. At Louisville: n. it. E. d 111 5 7 15 :! Louisville.... Philadelphia Batteries—Cunningham and Kittridge; Donohue and McFarland. Umpires— Snyder and Connolly. At Cleveland: Cleveland New York Batteries—Powell and O'Connor; Meekinand Grady. Umpires—Lynch and Andrews. At Chicago: Chicago . Brooklyn Batteries—Thornton and Donohue; Yeager and Ryan. Umpires—Emslie and Curry. At Cincinnati: Cincinnati. Washington. Batteries — Hill Donovan and Farrel. wood and Wood. At Pittsburg: Pittsburg. Boston ...•. Batteries — Rliines and Shriver; Nichols and Yeager. Umpires—Cush man and Heydler. At St. Louis: R. H. E. 1) 7 1 1 (» *°» R. H. E. 3 7 a 4 14 1 R. II. E. 8 8 0 5 7 2 and Umpires—Swart Peitz; R. It. E. 0 <> 3 2 8 2 it. it. E. St. Louis--- Baltimore . 5 0 Id 3 Batteries —Sudlioff and Clements; J McJames and Robinson. Umpires—Mc Donald and O'Day. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Baltimore at St.Jxuiis. New York at Cleveland. Washington at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. WHERE THEY I'l.Ay MONDAY. Pit i ladel pit ill at Louisville. Boston at Pittsburg. Baltimore at St. Louis. New York at Cleveland. Brooklyn at Chicago. Washington at Cincinnati. J. IV. Wagner's saloon at 7 East 4th street is crowded with sports every after noon who go there to get the returns of base ball by the innings and also horse racing. Everybody is welcome. For lire works, no to 415 Markc street. Harold Harvey. Opinions on all questions invovled In Delaware polities, from the pens of memltersofall parties now existing in ,l,e s,u, e. will appear from time to ,. j me in "Practical Politics, a Depart me.it to be found in the Sunday SUN each week. Get tlie Sunday SUN from your newsdealer and read .lie thoughts of Delaware's statesmen, DIAMOND DUST. Another surprise. They fooled us again. This time Donohue won the game for the l'hillies. Both pitchers were hit hard, but the Quakers came when needed. Uncle Anse's team run against asm p r j se Meekill wa9 .„ ot hit ver „ often but nevertheless the Clevelands got nine nuts to the New Yorks one flavbe it was the umpire. The Cl.icagos lost another run bv just a single plate Grosser. These g a ;, M , s | must certainly give the Windy City - crowd the heart ache. Cincinnati got square with the Capitol City boys yesterday. Hill was the bov who did .it. Nichols pitched a gteat game yesterday, shutting the Smoky City team out and only allowing them six hits. Nichols is not a fallen star. McJames got himself together yester day, only giving the ex-Phtll'esfive hits, while Sudnoff was touched up for a plenty. Keep your eve on the Baltimores, they are not short distance horses, but very, yerv long ones. They will be up front at the finish. Pete Cassidy of this city, who is play ing second base for Newark, on Friday failed to make a hit. This is something very unusual. Johnny Newell -has played many a position on tlie Readings this year. His latest one is holding down third base. On F'riday he had two hits to hiscredit. Two or three is his usual number. Spratt of the Readings, who was a great favorite when in this city, is hitting the ball like a fiend this year. On Friday he had three pluggers to his account. George.. Prentiss of this citv is stili pitching winning ball for his Waterbary Club. George lias pitched eleven games and only lost one. This is surely a good record. Yank 8tirlith is one of the heaviest hitters on tlie Waiter bury team, not playing in tlie field he catches. Sockalcxis, ttio brave, is to be ex changed by Cleveland for pitcher Mc Bride, of the Youngstown, t Ohio) Club. Norfolk is reducing expenses. This was the reason given for Pitcher Kim ball's' release yesterday. Tim Hurst is said to be tlie most op timistic baseball manager in the country. When he concluded the deal for Steifzel and Quinn, Hurst telegraphed home: "Nothing lower titan tlie first division for us now." When The Cleveland Club ltns released the, southpaw pitcher, George Kelb, secured last fall from Toledo, as he isn't needed, Charles Dexter says that the Balti tnoreans are still long on language and nicknames that wouldn't look well in print. Youngstown has released pitcher Mike Kilroy and signed pitchers Slagie and Harberger, and catcher Goodhart of Reading. Hanlon has shifted Jennings back to short field because Deinoptreville failed to look after that territory in Oriole stvie. Donovan, of Washington, is said to be the wildest, and therefore the most dan gerous, pi teller in the National League today. Catcher Sullivan, of the Columbus team, is attracting much attention. Next season probably will see him in the big League. Louisville lias been negotiating for Bug Holliday, and Cincinnati wants more for him than the Fails City Club feels like paying. Van Ilaltren is the only New York regular witli a batting percentage of over .MOO. That partially explains the team's disappointing record. Not enough bit ting. . . . , , w . H° '' °t " aelnngt0 1 !\ h 1 aS l ^ ?? d ,' vl ie Cl '!' ve u' „ b . lIt I can t hgttre out just where the bail ts go rag when it leaves his hand. Last week's 14-inning game between Chicago.nid Cincinnati recalls the fact that these same teams away back in 18)12 played a 20-inning game, also in Chi '® ' . Ulmer Smith says that Watkin's per of^i d on^i 0r f^u 0di te le<lt ? ■ 1 ,', er 5l? ase u, n , ti , L k A Roanoke. There d ,,Ujre P 1 reasona ' KU ' Hot lunch every day from 10 a. m. till 1 p. m. at the Dewey House, Fifth street between King and French. D. S. Shields. For fireworks, go fo 415 Market street. Harold Harvey, SELF-DEFENCE. •lack Skelly wants to match his colored lad, Bobby Dobbs, against Joe Walcott. Dobbs' next fight is with Dick Case at Louisville next week. , ? f i; hilade . 1,,hia ' w , h ? ,,a ? ' 1 f't 'un MK * lei i 0rd , nanlh a matc 1 " ll11 any 140 pounder. _ A. C. McCullough, of New York, is now managing Joint Henry Johnson, J colored, °t Philadelphia Johnson has j lots of friends in the Quaker City. | .If Jim Jefferies succeeds in besting the winner of the Goddard-Maher tight, he may be matched to fight Jim Corbett. As Billy Brady knows that the fight would be a great money maker, the contest is likely to take place in New York before the Lenox A. C. - Joe Laughlin, of this city, is at New port News, Va. There are other fighters there, also. Spanish fighters. Joe Bernstein, the clever New York lad, has been matched to light Tommy White, of Chicago, twenty rounds-before the club offering the most money. George Byers, the colored middle weight boxer, of Boston, has been matched to light-Johnny Gorman, of New 1 York. The tight will be twenty i rounds and w ill take place before the < Pelican A. C. Club, on July 9. ! Jack Dalv the next light weight chant-1 pion is training at Staten Island, for his I coining light with Jim Curran, of Eng- j Innd j AI -i . ..... .. . , | Midget Glynn of this city is knocking : around about New \<rk looking tor | lights. Its to be hoped the Midget will j be able to catch on pretty soon. j ,, T . 1 , . . Eugene Rowan was have boxed I tarry smith ol Chester, Friday night at the Arena but failed as is usual with him to : i Klwood McCloskey denies the report I at he is under the management 0 f Florrie Barnett of New York. ! appear. i Danny McMahon of Detroit had a lit tie the best of Johnny Lavack on Friday night. T)al Hawkins the crack Western who ! was knocked out by Spike Sullivan on J^iday night, wants to try and redeem I himself and wants another crack at Sul- j liva "' .. ... . ! Tom °' Ro ,V, rl 5 e ls lo " kln ° opponent for Walcott. Why not Billy | SmIth? | Austin, who, it is reported, has mtemed to open a boxing club in New j ^orkCity, dentes the statement. Tom O'Rourke says that Choynski and McCoy will not tight before a Buffalo club.' O'Rourke returned to New York City yesterday after a trip to Chicago. "Tom Sharkey," says a sporting man, "is among the boxers who are thinking seriously of temporarily casting aside the glove* to try out some of the fakirs who have, recently caused a demand for wrestling carpets. of For fireworks, go to 415 Market street. Harold Harvey. CYCLING. Jimmy Michael ami Tom Linton his former townsman, will meet on July 9th in New York. The leather toe clip has taken the place of tlie nickel one as it is just as good and won't injure the slum any. Chairman Mott lias investigated the charg as made against Stevens, Freemen, JAcker and Kimble. He found litem guilty, but will give them another chance. McFarland, Filling a tire with a hand pump is one tlie worst tasks required of cyclists. That the citizens of Indianapolis are taking a very lively interest in tlie meet is evidenced by the fact that over 500 of them have offered to o]>en up their homes to entertain visitors. A well-known century rider who is in the saddle every day and is observing while on the road says: "Tire tape, tire tape, tire tape; don't go out without it." That is something that should be stamped on the inside of every hat sold wheelmen. Nearly every cafe or roadside hostelry importance on tlie French highways has an attendant who checks the wheels and pumps and repairs the pneumatic tires on the wheels of tlie patrons of the . t ... an opportunity to ride against one 01 the string of champions on the team of the National Track Team Association. The establisment. "Billy" Hamilton, who recently low ered tlie mile unpaced record, will have man selected for him will be Eddie Ma Dttffee. and the race will be run in Den ver early in August. Fifteen miles will be the selected distance. Eddie McDuffie now bolds more re cords than any individual rider in tie United States for competitive work. His recent ride against Major Taylor was on*; of the most remarkable pieces of conrpetr tive work ever seen on a cycle track This comes from an English .eydic taper: "The submarine cycle torpedn joat, an American invention, anO probably be tried in the Hit-rpaee American war. Jt is provided withsiff ficient air for a certain time, is let down into the depths from a torpedo boat, cruiser or battleship, ft glides towari? an enemy's vessel and throws a dyna mite bomb against it. The submarine boat is cigar shaped and propelled by i screw worked by two or three men in diving dress, who use pedals and handle bars as on cycles." For fireworks, go to 415 Market street. Harold Harvey. AQUATICS. The Cornell crews and Coach Courtney reached Saratoga Friday afternoon fro® New London, Conn. The collegiaao were .net at the station by a large crowd I and given a vociferous reception They at „,f c . e loaded tll(;ir fihel |J on wagoni alld made the fit , v( , n . mil e journev to their training quarters, which an: located on the west shore of Saratoga Lake. Karly in tll( , evening tlie crew indulged in an initial spin overtliu course. Coach Cow les of the Columbia as* Coach Ellis Ward of Pennsylvania haf! their crews on the water about the same time, but all interest seemed to center on the new arrivals. The oarsmen of af the crews are enjoying good health. The general sentiment at Yale is f hat the crew rowed a hard, plucky race, anfi that they were simply beaten by a better crew, with all that the term implies. With one first and one second place the men feel that there is hope of victory left. Bob Cook, Yale's crew coach, has de cided to take another trip to Europe. He will cross the water next week, ant? will probably see the Henley races. He may train a French eight this summer, and will not return till late next fall. The members of the freshmen cfa»; will give their crew representatives wl*e beat Harvard and Cornell at New London individual silver trophies, J Th „ st , Ga , ett „ sa , j having twice pm^d 'their supremacy at | hqme f it relna i ns for t | lem t ' () tr „ their luck against the best English crew "Cornel* Foi st rent. fireworks, Harold Harvey. go to 415 Marker MISCELLANY. If Kraenzlein, of the U. of P., taket part in the all round championship tints takes place at Bergen Point, on July 4,, he lias a great chance of being the win ner. i . < chaniptonslup. ! A Western angler is credited w ith or i$inatin$ one of the most cruel methods I «>> b»ss fishing ever attain; ted. He uses* j poisonous liquid on live hogs in order to j make them lively when impaled on * | hook. As a result of this practice he re : eentl captm . ed 200 bass n one dav , | * 1 j j , rpl , hirst—$ mile. Hi lee, 1; The Oardner, ... Bcn j^di, ;j. Time, 104 1-.5. ., , , ., .. : Second-j mile George Boyd, : Tre marago, 2; Blue Devil, 3. lime, llo. I c ^ I 1 , 1 ' n lV' ' Tenny, 1; - un 4 p, .; Julius Caesar, lime, ID "Fourth—:] mile. Jean lierand, l; Kingdon, 2; Mr. Phinizy, 3. Time, 113 Fifth—1 mile. Semper Ego, 1; Domi ! ter, 2; Tragedian, 3. Time, 142. Sixth—21 miles. Royal Scarlet,, p, Babv Bill, 3. ' Time, 531. Ten-second men in the 100 yard dash were very scarce several years ago, btrr •enow very plentiful. Jarvis,of Prince ton, is the latest addition to the ranks: E. C. White, of Cornell, lias enterefl for the individual all-round athletir at Sliccpshead Bay Races. i ! Jack Kelly and Emmitt Morison, ttv® men of this city, who think thev can row , have been matched to race for $1.09 a side. The contest will take place on next Tuesday night The race will star tat 7 o'clock from Market street on the Chr» tiana to the red bridge and return, both men have been training hard for the contest and each is confident of winning. Trillion, A Boat Have. Notes of tlie Police Sports: The East Side had better look out for Riley's curves. Frank Mullin has a glass arm and' whether he will pitch or not is ttoS, known. Tito stars of tlie police diamond have fallen. They are Welch, Payne and Tucker. Sergeant Evans won t have tlie gran to hide him from catching fly balls. Tommy Kelly has his arm out ol shape and therefore lie will not play first base. Moran will have to keep those ':mnn ber eleven" shoes if lie wants to play short stop. Tom Brown will have to use flat irons instead of gloves if he wants to stot) tlie Inters that will come over by tiiiri base. . Sergeants Bavley, Black and Scott will look out for the fifes in tlie field for thr West Side. Billy Ileal will eat many a pie on Monday. Wallace thinks that lie can out-eat Heal in the ice cream contest. Billy, you want to look out for tlie cayenne pepper in the ice cream. Twin Ox, Sewell Scott, will take earn of the balls that wander out in left field. John Welch says that the teams that will play on Monday are nothing but the cast-offs, or better known as the orphans. TheSuI1(lay S UN is the best Sarnia* paper published in the State today., and to its interesting pages has been added, eommencing' with this Sun day, a Department of "Practical Poli tics." The happenings 01110014 those who strive in the political world wiW therein he recorded and no one should fail to buy the Sunday Sl'N ami read them.