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E. 12 14 <> Chicago ... New Y'ork. 4 7 6 Callahan and Donohue; Meekin and Warner. Umpires—Snyder and Curry. Batteries At Cincinnati: R. H. E. 9 12 5 8 12 8 lias and will the N. N. a be off a f if Cincinnati. Philadelphia. Batteries—Breitenetein, E.Smith.Haw ley and Peitz; Orth and McFarland. Umpires—Eraslie and Heypler. At Pittsburg: r. n. e. . 4 0 0 . 3 9 3 Pittsburg. Brooklyn. Batteries—Gardner and Schriver; Ken nedy and Ryan. Umpires—Lynch and Andrews. At St. Louis: R. ji. e. 3 14 3 2 6 1 St. Louis. Washington. Batteries—Tavlor and Clements; Merc er and Farrell. Umpires—Swartwood and Wood. WHERE THEY I'LAY TOllAY. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Boston at Cleveland. Baltimore at Louisville. New York at Chicago. Washington at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. For fireworks, go to 415 Market street. Harold Harvey. DIAMOND DUST. It wasn't Wheeler's fault. Errors did it. Old warhorse Maul lost a game. It wasn't him alone who did it. He had a team back of him. Powell gave Boston a large naught. Nichols pitched a great game. Towell got the support, Calahan got a good wallopping. J. W. Wagner's saloon at 7 East 4th street is crowded with sports every after | noon who go there to get the returns of b«e ball by the innings and also horse racing. Everybody is welcome, j ' .... . | James J. Corbett will play his first game of the season at Meeliawken for the ^y egt Xew Vork Field Club next Sunday. Yesterday was the first meeting of the l'lullies and Cincinnati this season. Arthur Irwin has purchased Hannivan from the Syracuse Club. He will play in the outfield for Toronto. I | Lizzie Arlington, the famous female twirler, will pitch on the Philadelphia 1 grounds Saturday for the Philadelphia! Reserves against Richmond. j There is a hitch in the negotiations for a transfer of the Fourth of July games I to Philadelphia, and the Phillies will i likely celebrate their independence at j Baltimore. j The first disbandment of a minor j lenime is announced In conseauence of noor natronaee^^ the Western AssociAtkm pool patronage t it, western Association yesterday decided to disband. This or ganization was composed of St. Joseph, Peoria, Dubuque, Rock Island, Ottumwa and Quincy. "Although there is no intercollegiate baseball league and no accurate method of determining the championship," says a Quaker, "the record of the Pennsyl-!thirty-mile vania nine during the past season easily places the Red and Blue at the top." ' Tehran Iris had several chances to dis pose of old Sockalexis. The Eastern managers looked at the big red man, sit ting idlv on the Cleveland chib's bench, with covetous eyes Patsy is deaf to all appeals. Louee m taking superb care of hniiseU. ' of of . Anderson, released to Washington, is plinking out more hits for the Senators than his successor, Sheckard, is now do ing for the Brooklyns. Joyce still is persona non grata with the New Y'ork fans. He is cheered whenever lie strikes out or fails to get of his base in any way. When Eagan, of the Pittspurg team, struck Camden, which is home, lie fell from grace. He lias since been adorn ing the bench. Delelianty is making a big bid for the base running record this season. He has stolen twenty-four bases so far, while Hamilton, of'Boston, has twenty-nine. Germany Smith is putting up a fast article of ball for the Browns. He has made but one misplay in three games, and his hitting and base running is above a fo» par. Harvey Smith, whose sensational third-base play helped the Reds down the toboggan in '9(1 while at Washington, will play with Springfield, Mass. He is now an M. D. It is only human nature to grumble a bit when a' wall-eyed umpire calls a strike a ball that the batsman couldn't hit with a polished fir tree from the Maine woods. Old Jack StivettB iB still the most popu lar player on the Boston team. When ever any one of the regular twirlers is getting his trimmings, the crowd sets up a "holler" for Happy Jack. It took eleven innings to see who 10 on 1 day any his but out in the to to would come out ahead between Pitts burg and Brooklyn. Errors counted against the Trolley-dodgers. All the Eastern teams lost. The Phillies lost a bard ten-inning game. Meekin was in the best of form; he only gave the Orphans seven hits. St. Louis lost another game by a nose. They have lost quite a number of this kind this season. Taylor only gave the Washington six hits and yet they won, although the ex Pliillies had fourteen uluggers. Fop fireworks, go to 415 Market street, Harold Harvey. SELF-DEFENCE. J-ek Daley agrees to knock .Spike Sulli van out inside of 26 rounds or iorfeit the receipts. Now Spike step forward. Lavigne instead of fighting Daley, who he should have fought, lias took on easier game. O'Rourke is after the Corbett-McCoy fight and it may come off in New York instead of Buffalo. Tom O'Rourke expects Dixon to beat Den Jordan. The bout will likely draw a great crowd. "Jordan's methods of attack," says Dave Sullivan, "are unusual, and he will undoubtedly surprise Dixon." Phil Dwyer likes Jordan's chances in the bout with Dixon. The opinion that Jordan is a fast boxer does not hold good, however. Jordan is not particularly fast, but is a very hard hitter. Jim Jeffries will go to Oceanic, N. J., today to train for Stockings Conway and Maher. Billy Delaney will handle him. the be The Greater New York Athletic Club lias offered a purse for "Young Corbett" and "Mysterious" Billy Smith, and they will probably accept, Hiram Goldstein and "Joe" Youngs fought a twenty-five round draw before the Olympic Athletic Club of Buffalo, N. Y., on Monday night. Jimmy Handler ot Newark, N. J., has changed his mind about quitting the ring. He will meet Billy Badgely in a twenty-round bout at Hudson county, N. J., on July 11. "Kid" Lavigne and "Spike" Sullivan have agreed to fight for the light-weight championship of the world and $5,000 a side. They will sign articles one day this week. Isidore Strauss and Martin Judge have a six-round argument to settle at the Arena on Friday night, and they are in training for the event. There will also be four preliminaries. The prize fight between Peter Tray nor, of England, and Harman Beck, of Pittsburg, which was to have been pulled off at Parkersbuig, W. Va., last night, was stopped by Mayor Thomas. Y'oung Marshall, of Philadelphia, is trying very hard to get on a match with Jack Dougherty, of Chester, for (5 or 10 rounds. Jack Worts, of Trenton, is anxious to meet Harry Smith, of Chester, Sammy Kelly and Dave Sullivan had a "run in" in New York on Monday night. Kelly and Sullivan met and talked over a match. They had a bitter argument, and would have come to blowe had not better counsel prevailed, f lsed to post any money Wakely, on the ground that the latter was Kelly's backer. Sullivan says that if Sammy transfers the money of Al Smith lie will promptly cover it. the to ing ing Sullivan re witli Jimmy Hot lunch every day from 10 a. in. till I p. m. at the Dewey House, Fifth streeo between King and French. D. 8. Shields. to 115 Market fireworks, *»< Harold Harvey, For street. CYCLING. "Quite a number of 30-inch wheels," in the cvclo trade, "are to be says a man placed on the market, Philadelphia is by no means alone m the way of lack of attendance at race 1 j meets. With two exceptions all the meets in Greater New _Y 01 k t vs je .11 I have lost money for their promote s. i Arthur Gardiner of Chicago again j proved his superiority by winning two j straight races Tuesday on the national j ciivmt, the halt-mile handicap trom scratch, defeating Kimble and Stevens, In the sa».e race Bald and Cooper were also uuis. "Snapper Garrison began training at the Sheephead Bay race course yesterday j } . for his race against "Teddy' Goodman, which will take place at Berkeley Oval, j July 4. Goodman is tunning at the . . The winner of the Michael-Linton Pennsyl-!thirty-mile paced race, which will take ■' place at Maliattan Beach, July 9, will probably be matched against "Majali Taylor. McDuffee is training at t he Charles River truck, Boston, and Michael at Waltham for their fifteen mile match race, which will take place on Saturday. Martens, the five-mile champion, and Becker, the former champion, will meet Eddie McDiiffee and C. K. Coulter in a five-male pursuit race at Fall River, Jla9s., July 9. Bald, Cooler, Gardiner, McFarland, | Aker, Freeman, Major Taylor and nearly all the followers of the National Circuit fi will compete at the Willow Grove track, at Philadelphia, on Saturday next. j Michael has not ridden a race this | vear. Rumors have been circulated that he has gone back. Take them all after a dose of oil. His training shows no in dication that he has lost his ability to follow pace at top speed. He may be beaten, out if not the victim of accident McDuffee will have to make new records to win. Notwithstanding the prominence ac corded middle-distance cycle racing men, the sprinters who are following the cir cuit are reaping the golden harvest. Middle-distance racing involves a great deal of work, and is conducted on a more expensive scale than sprinting, but this year the expectations of the middle-dis tance men have not been realized. Eddie McDuffee lias offered his entire winnings, in his 15-mile race of Satur day, to his pacemakers, providing they pull him through to victory and whip Jimmy Michnel. Foi| a time Tuesday it seemed that the great contest would never be decided Saturday. The pace making team of the Track Owners' As sociation in Boston refused to get up to pace McDuffee until they were paid. It seems arrangements had been made to pay tiiem upon a certain day, but that is a is up matters were delayed. McDuffee 1 * (Me*;, however, had the desired effect, and thee paced like fiends for the balanoe of the afternoon. For fireworks, go to 413 Market street. Harold Harvey. AQUATICS. The water at Saratoga, N. Y., yeste* day was too rough to allow the Cornell, Columbia and Pennsylvania crews to d»> any fast rowing, but they all took stsw spins during the day. The Pennsylvania 'Varsity crew had*:, three-mile spin and the work was agon satisfactory to Coach Ward, who fancier his men may win tli • race. The advance guard of the WisooBSie crew arrived at 10. Id Tuesday marnlufc but the majority did not reach Saratoga until late at night, and they were Grot out after their forty-hour ride in tin trains. The men took their first spint yesterday. There was a noticeable improvement in the Columbia boat yesterday, ahJrsmgfe the men rush their slide morethas&6hqr should. Cornell's oarsmen are regaining ti*eV form, although they only went ml toe light practice yeBterday. There has been little betting at few* toga up to the present. Cornell otorc SI to 4 that she will win both races, and * to 4 that her freshmen would beat (Ori umbia's freshmen tomorrow. ColiUMSjttf* manager went to Pennsylvania's lieaS quarters yesterday to bet that his ' Vxrsttw would beat tlie Quakers. He only -hat 1 $4(i, and that was quickly snapped <cp. For fireworks, go to 413 |>lafik<L street. Harold Harvey. MISCELLANY. Kraenzelein, of the U. of P., isosdtaii good condition and will not compete an the all-round championship which be held in Chicago. Keene Fitzpatrick has resigned liitu**- sition as trainer of the Yale track flifc letic team. The Doherty brothers, holders <& tihr England doubles championship stxwaw fully defended their title yesterday i»f> Wimbledon, Eng., defeating Hobart-anG Nisbet by 0—4, 6—4, 5—2. It was* much harder contest than the scone indi cates. The first round of the second hall ia> the Tienna chess tournament was played yesterday and the players will lay < day. Pillsbury and Tarrasch both Garoczy drew with Marco; Halprin drew, with Schlechter; Lipke lost to lllacfe burne; Caro lost to PillsbHry; Bail'd teat to Janowski; Trenchard lost to Schiller^: Burn lost to Tarrasch; Walbradt de feated Alapin, and Tschigorin defeatet Steinitz. AMONG THE HORSEMEJL American horses took second and thud' places at the English Newmarket meet ing Tuesday. Lorillard's Caimoa tric ing third in the Maiden Plate, while Myakka came second in the Bottiritawi Plate. At the second day's racing of the New market first July meeting yesterday the Lorillard-Beresford Stables' four-year-old chestnut colt Berzak won a plate of IS* sovereigns. Eleven horses started. Tie course, the Bnnbury Mile. Sheepsheatl Entries. First—} JI. Main Track—Ocean 115: Mount Washington 112; Juno 110: Stew ard 105; ' Nosey, Athamas, El.a Dali. Fleet Gold 97. Second—.1 M. Ogden ll(>;I)efende.r 11,t Caldron 110; Rotterdam I Hi; Tanis, 115; Her Own Endeavor llti; Nosey 90. Third—The June FuritvCourse Kuslier —Rhinelander 117; Marblehead Counsellor Wernbcrg 125. Fourth—1J M. George Keene HSh. Hand Ball 115; Whistling Coen 113; Nuto, Sanders, Mount Dor, 112; MurilU 102 . ll-V, Fifth—Futurity Course—Thu Gardner, 150; Tvrslieaii 102; Armament 105; Pas (hull'll 100; King'i 1 r,cle * ■ Opinions on nil questions invovlcil i» Delaware polities .from the pen* *1 members ufall parties now exis tintem „re state, will appear I'm.n time »* .time in "Practical Politics," a Depart, ment to be found in the Sunday SUK 0#ch p, ( ;el. tlie Sunday SUN iron. j } . ou ,. newsdealer and read the thoughts of Delaware's statesmen. j nismteh to The Sin. ■' . . , . New York, June 2 ,).— Tonight before* crowd of over 4,000 people at the t.reater New York A. A. One Ruhlin, who haf hadL k ^ a ",f by 1 s'aiL- shartley'in one of i 2 ht ' ' Jcorf * the 0> ok "t rids 0>11 r B c ^ • T>.emn Ilk 1 be. light...I, - -u « " halK ier which struck 111 st below ea] . Bnd Hull | in waH slumbei'iag. j]j s seconds ran to his assistance and carried i lim to hin corner and when (w came to Sharkey lan over and ebook | iall( j p w ; t i, him.' After this the sailor challenged Lint fi ; m mons, Corbett, McCoy or any man oe eart h p, d ght him. j j n the preliminaries Johnny Glynn, «if | Wilmingtou I>1„ got tlie decision Matty ITaugh 111 a twthe lound coring, saic, Jack Point 10 Sixth—Handicap 1 1 -1 (> on Turf—Rea Ronald 120;Buela (formerly Tambraroblf 110) Howard ll->; Poetess 112; Oddron*. ■ 101); Dutch Skate 101; Jeffnr Bov Oral, son 00. Dublin Knocked Out. Dlctl of Apoplexy. Deputy Coroner James T. Chandler held an inquest last night on the both; of llenrv Folgrof,' who died at the Dela ware Hospital early yesterday mornu*. from injuries received on Friday might, last at a cheap lodging house on Maifiwt. street. . ., After the testimony of the physKMiw who made a post mortem and of Jnli* Noon, who it was supposed kicked tlie man, and of others who were in f.he house at the time the jury gave a verdict of death from apoplexv. John X mm, who lias been locked up at the jwliec station charged with the offense, wxs re leased on application of Deputy Ornate Chandler. What Docs U Moan. An important meeting of the Directum of the Farmers' National Bank ef Dover has been called for noon to-day. It,is m« known whether or not the meeting'twa anything to do with the looted banket that city.