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posed to be that .it was a bette* protection
from injury than thc old suits and furnished
less hold to the tackler of the other side.
HOW THEY LIV El) PP.
When the two elevens lined np lt was found
that Stevenson was Harvard's right end, play?
ing against Yale's captain, Binkey, instead of
J'.lanohard, who was expected to fill ihe place.
Hero are the two teams:
Yale. - I'osltion. Harvard.
Wakey.i,, ft .nd . I. nmeoi
le-rd.ly ft tackle.Mat-abas
Mccrea.i.'H eu^id.A<t->ii
M.llnau.I'enir,. .Lewis
ll:.-"-..*-. . Klstit toort. .Maekli
Buri-hi .E'l-i-t Kelila. ICesell
i. amway. Hight Mid.tMentiaan
AOAs...... Qujrl.Tbu-k . Iv'
-r. i Wareri
Vj""!". (llal.b'ick .:.Dm.lop
Atm-tnr.ig. 5 Iwilgbtl lo*
Butlcrwiirlh.Kuliba, lc .Bresrw
?Wwee. Mr. M..mir. <>f prlseetea. Uauares-Mr. aooot.
Vt Si I'lllMI-Ity of I'clilisyl-.unij.
W ELCO Ml NU THE YALE MEN*.
Tho band of Yale men appeared at 2:10
o'clock and was likewise greeted with loud
cheers. The players wore their usual dingy
looking canvas suits, with blue Jerseys and
stockings. There was preliminary' practice by
both sides, and at 1:17 o'doch play waa begun.
Vale, having won the toss, save Harvard the
ball and took the north goal, thus having the
benefit of the strong north wind. Harvard at
08*08 set In as if the wildest predictions of her
admirers wee- nol overdrawn. In the initial
mass play, Brewer carried the hall to Yale's
twenty-flve-yard lino around Captain llinkoy's
ind. The ball was forced i-> the fifteen-yard line
in what might lie called 'Hiing line" play.
Newell, Stevenson, Waters and I "rower stood
In line about ten yards behind and Ave yards
to the left of the left end of their team. Beale,
the quarterback, would clap hlfl bands, and the
four would run together al tho Yale line. In
the mean time, the bair had gone to *.Vright
Ington or to one of the rushers, and he had
ploughed ahead with it through the centre Of
between Yale's left guard and tackle. Thc
four Hying figures at first disconcerted tho men
in blue, but they soon learned to checkmate the
move pretty well. Harvard employed the
manoeuvre frequently through thc game, how?
ever. Yale had a similar trick, In which three
men made the rush, but she tried this only
three or four timon.
With the ball thus so dangerously near th"
Yale goal. Harvard lost it on four downs, and
Butterworth punted. There wus a gpod deal
. of kicking in this half, and Yale's advantage at
this was marked. Not only did she have the
wind with her, but Butterworth showed greater
skill than Brewer, thus reversing the state of
affairs of a year ago. Still the Yale footback'S
punting was at times mediocre.
The play was occasionally ragged. Yale
worked the ball into the south end of tho
field, where it remained nearly half an hour.
Then Harvard transferred the scene of the
war to Yale's ground, hut the half ended with
the ball <>n Harvard's thirty-yard line.
PRBTTT WOMEN" IN THE CBOsVO.
The Harvard adherents were less cheerful.
They had expected a swift victory, but their
rivals had more than held their own. The In?
termission was spent in talking over the situa
tHon and In admiring the hundreds of pretty
girls who were scattered In the crowd. Many
ami h.- nwiragtsj i" corer twenty-five yards before
th" Yale lino could stop that nish.
BAsWaKD HAIN -.
lt was a clever piny, and tie Harvard side of the
field made an awful noise. Two tri-* WSTS HBade
around thc righi for a couple nf "rania and Brewer
went through th" cenlr- lor live, and Wrlghting
t.m -cpeated this piny t>.r live moro.
Harvard tried a solid mass play against Yale's
KNOCKKn OUT.
centre for a short gain, and tho ball was on Yale's
fifteen-yard line, and th" Harvard following wera
sr nu ming with delight.
Captain Hlnkey then rallied hi* forors, nnd Yale
met Harvard"* rushes pound for pound. Harvard
losltiK tho ball on downs Hutterworth thought
that th" ball was loo near the Yale Real, and he
punted, but only fairly. With such a wind the
bail ought to have inae twice thc distance, Writrht
InKton ri covered live yerda an.l ho trio.! Hlnkey's
end for two moro. WrightlngtOfl made liv more,
and, with the ball in the em re of tho field, Har?
vard lost it on downs, and th" Ya!.- mon had a
chance to shout.
Yale mad" no gain on the second down, and only
two yards on the third, and the bal! was paSBSd
back for a kick. Hutt. rwOrth did well this time,
sending the ball spinning to Harvard'.* ten-yard
line. l***?wer's return punt was poor, end when tho
bell was brought back it rooted on Harvard's
thirty-yard line. Thorne fol through for t.n yard*,
and two short gains by Hutterworth and Thorns
carried tho ball to Harvard's fifteen-yard lino.
when Harvard got the ball. WrightlngtOfl fum?
bled, but "A'aters fell on the bull and Brewer was
again cnlle.l upon lo j.mit, ho Bending tho ball
to the thlrty-flve-yard line.
FISHTIN.; mr.n.
Harvr.rd wai now lighting desperately, nnd so
was Yale. Prower and Hutterworth exchanged
punts, the limers kick helm-: by far tho better of
the two, although the wind behind Butterworth
helped him materially. Thc ball was now on Har
FOOTBALL CASUALTIES
have created an extraordinary demand fo
Crutches. TrnaKS, Artificial Limb* ami thi
like lately. College men fairly " nish" t<
RIKI.K'S to get broken DOsei patched up
and supply missing legs and wrmt at a savin;
of4octs. on every dollar. Chest Protector)
of Felt OT Chamois and Chamois Jackets an
rici essides of life at this time of year. So an
Hot Water Bottles. They are regular Lift
Preservers. RIKER'S folks have the largest
and beat stock of Robber Goods to l>e found
anywhere, inclnding Hoi Water Bottles in
great variety. Rubber Cloth by tile yard,
Rubber Sheeting, Syringes of all kinds, Elas?
tic Stockings, Air Pillows, Surgical Appliance*,
&C A lady is in attendance, and all arc sold
at the well-known anti-snap prices, guarantee?
ing a clean saving of 40 Ct*, on every dollar at
RIKER'S,
6th Avenue, cor. 226 Sf.
Harvard's bulky hack, tina went against Vale's
left fl-uard for flea yerda Brewer kicked, bat lt
was -.'omi f<>r only twenty yards, Wakey makins; a
clever catch.
Tin: BAU UXtt on \ rrviii.r.
Brewer areal thro-oak for Ave yerda sad tn<*n tho
Imll was l*in*bled, tait a Harvard man wan QVlcft
rn.in in a heap.
rnnuirh tr. fall up-in lt. Greenway grabbed th"
Imii uni ran th" length sf th.* Held, tsoehtag ft
down back vt Han ar l's .uni, nut it v. aa not
THE SPRINGFIELD GAME.
-sarvard men mlSBed one-third of the frame by
gazing on a radiantly fair maiden who pat in
'the front row of th- grandstand, about oppo
Site Harvard's twenty-yard lins, the wore a
cloak of dari: green and a black bat?at least
the other women (-aid she did; the men never
once thought of her costume, so entrancing a
picture was her smile.
At 3:30 o'clock play was resumed, Vale now
taking the south end of th" field. Then came
that awful succession of rashes which ended
in a touchdown by Butterworth, from which
Hickok kicked th*- goat This served to brace
the Cambridge players, and they not only -in?
vented Tale's sooting asrain. but made ri"ii.'<
efforts to reach th" enemy's goa . Thorne
made the "star" play of the game, :? run around
the left end for forty yards. Brewer also
scored a substantial advance. Th" ball moved
up ind down th.- field. Vale apparently having
her hands full in merely retaining h' r advan?
tage. At 4:4*. o'clock time was called, and t>
Yale eleven was cai fled off the field 041 the
shoulders of enthusiastic students. The crowd
quickly melted away, hurrying out of the city
on every train.
DETAILS OF THE PLAY.
THE RUSHES DESCRIBED BT WI!!''ll (JAINS
Wiatt MADE.
EUTTERWo'?ni OVTTi'.vrs DJUSWER- HARVARD'S
DELAND THICKS-M.IMIT 1\'lilli's
TO VAI'.IOl'S PLAYI'.ilS.
.The Tale team, lean of feature, showing perfect
physical condition, with determined faces and
soiled, faded an.l dirty uniforms, marcr."'> upon thc
field with the ugly-looking bulldog mas'.-ot, "Hand
' some Dan," accompanying them. The chaaapions
made straight for th.- centre of the held, their
friends greeting them In the usual enthusiastic Yale
spirit. Some of the face* were brui*. I and dirty,
and matted hair hung down in Straggling clump:'.
The Harvard entrance was better tlmi-d, and some
effort at theatrical display was BBade. The faces
were lust as dirty, and they were adorned by just
ss manv bruises and scars, but the leather uniforms
I were a revelation, and Ya).; men held their breath.
Some thought that a combination of I le?
land chess manoeuvres and leather uniforms
would be rather a hard one to run again-*:.
Tho Harvard men looked heavier, stronger
aad older than their thorcughbred-looklng
Tale rlvsls. but the Crimson appearance did not '
give promise of nimbleness, quickness and fleetness
of foot. Harvard's eye was bright, but that hungry
look so generally nen In well-trained athletes was
not there, and several close observers who under?
stood such things felt disposed to .--curry around
and rather In some of that Barrani monty.
The wind was blowing due north when the two
teams faced each other at 2:17. BaSBBIS. Schoff and
Moffat and Captains Waters and HInkey spent a
few minutes In earnest conversation, mid th? coln
was flipped. Hlnkey was the tacky guesser, and h<
took the north Held, with the wind r.t his back.
Harvard having thc ball. This BBSSBSd to pleuse the
followers of the Crimson Immensely.
Harvard drew back to try a Deland trick and a
mighty yell followed Its Mieces*-ful execution, lieale
stood like a sentinel In the entre of the field
with the ball at his feet and the other ten Har?
vard men, twenty-five yards away, poised and
reidy to spring forward like an avalanche at the
word of command from Captain Waters. That
leather line swlnga down, and Hlnkey nnd his men
look perplexed, but they are after the leather
breeches in a second. Th* Crin, ion wall had rushed
upon Beale, and as Brewer was the last man to
pass him the ball went to the little halfback, who
scooted for Hinkey's end with Harvard's wall of
Interference well siieai ef him. Brewer ls speedy
vard's ten-yard line, and the I viand trie!,*, which
look" i so clever el the start, appeared lo bs
"petering" out. Brewer mad" another punt lt
was high, nnd sent the ball out of bow da In a
serinunage Ifaekle'a nose w-ss hurt, and Tate would
hav ciaiaici first bl.l if it had been puglllsa
taSteed of football. Yale's gains up to this point
A si'l'.io TACKLB.
had been mad.- principally Ihreugh I'.titKrworth's
superior punting.
Os the lin.- up. Thorne, tba sun-sel headed back,
Blt] p.d between Lewis and Mackie (or five yards,
i.nd th.- next try result"! In nothing BXeepi aii
Injury to Waters's knee; but the Harvard captain
wes on hi., feet In sn Instant, end the merry
gama went un. Harvard foi the ball on downs
uni sYrigbttagton skirted Hlnkey'a territory foi i
good live rai?a Acton tried lo butt a hole through
the Yale line, and gained thr.-- yerda for bia
side. H.- repeated thia for two more. Stillman
was hurt, but on lils feet ia an Instant Harv.nd
trl.-d to oin ground between Hickock and Beard,
I.."'. ," ,,..11, ^ ....... , .e .... , ......... I. ..... a.'... .,
but Yale's giants v.er..- as lin., as a Stone wall.
?*ale got the bail on offside play. Ma dalian being
'he culprit, and an Instant later received liv.- yards
on more offside play.
lin hes.
The ball was brought back to the i'.-yard line
and Harvard ('.inched for a flying wedge, bat Yale
went In wdth a crash snd broke lt up Waters,
Hood's
Permanently Cures
n*'ausc it Misfeas Ifea *-*at of tlseasi in the
blood, n.v purifying, vltall/in-- und earl, li?
ing Um blasi, n >\pei< every Mat "f sir-'fjia,
Catarrh. Miliuna, it.:., aili * I leauielei Md
Bsfeagtaaaa tba vita: Bast, .-mi tts-sss- ii ths
whole system, as to enalilI ll to taTM tt tatt
an...Ls ot Bairaar. lie mir: u. bb! BsaaTa, and
only Umi'-, bentiso
HOOD'S
Sarsaparilla
_ CURES
Hoa-d'* PUU m~, ,*? Liver ju-,, Bl.k
H.'*?^,*?? -"""-Sf** ladigiauoa. Xry a box.
th" geld.
Han nd i I her i .. : ' bi k i :. and
worked tint eries-crosi rush repeatedly. Brewer
,. tiling !??;. yards on the iirst effort The mass
i laying became confusing le the onlookers, tbs
player* forming human pyraralda for Beveral min?
nies. Thia nv I- scientific football, I il irtslnly
ls neither Instructive nor Interest Ina The bail wa*
., i ,i. ??. fort . -yard lin**, and wa! n "bu< bsd '
the ... n*r? for irv* rarda and telon followed for
five more I leland's tactics were again brought
out, and on offside play bj ?? fels Baan Harvard
grimed live yard* CVrfghtington sol through f"r
len '.."ii . md another mais play brought Ihe ball
i.. n-yanl lim The Harvard conti!
a liing furiously.
[link. I'iiii hi i' ii an i pi t .-. -?!' : n stop
t , lim .ni i ??' '. ? ??.?? a; th. .1 im loams.
Hutterworth kicked, hut (he punt iras good i"i only
ten yards the Itali going oul of bmindi Harvard
tried b r quartette arina igaln and ai iln, Newell,
si.-v ii-..h. Wrlghtlngton and tires r coming doni
tie with ;i terrible rush 1 hi i In rn ? i ? ih irt,
howei ? ?. V ii.- I'cii:-. the hall i gain "ii dow. i on
I r i-i. i.i'. rive yard lim Hutterworth punted, and
th.- ball sailed down to Harvard's thlrty-ysrd line
ni one of the beal kick* >.r the day
THE ii HST n M.i' i vin .:?.
Brewer caught cleverly, bul be w.m downed be?
fore be could regain more than Bee yerda Deland
ll was bec.ullin',- nervous and frequent con*
?ultatloni were held with the Harvard coaches
Harvard tried end playa '"it they would not a rk,
ind over thirty minutes bad bun spent with.un
my sid.- having any material Advantage When
ih.- Hr.; half ended the ball waa on Harvard'! _'.'.
rai I line,
Toward the close Tal.toot lo be playing n
v.-..nini* game, belnj t| i nily content to slloe
(larval I lo exhaust ali h i trlcl Vale had done
much punting, end the playei looked ai fr<-'?ii ns
they did when they i tarted (he bi ll Capt iln
Mackay, "f the P nnsylvanla ti tm, remarked u.-.t
II was pretty good football, bi l hi -? med to Ilk
V lie's chances better, In spite of ths fact (hat ib.r
imd would ha'" the wind in hiT fflVnr iii the n .1
a a player had be?*n severely Iniure.i.
The second ball was started at 8.98 p. m., rate
thi iii goal snd the bell Now. the
rhamplons showed thal terrible rush which hus
,".n Val" i . min. football battle* The New
: wu Ikiv. started off with a flying wedge, end
hey carried th.- bili down the (l.-id al a terrific
.!;. Those who had seen rale before knew the
??.?suit. Armstrong gol Ave yarna and Thorne
Ive more, and Butterworth another flee. Thea the
...I., forces were massed, end Butterworth was
ised for a rem to gel through Acton and Manahan.
(.- gained al nearly .'.erv attempt, and io- was
lushed iver for a touchdown in mst seven minni"*
ift'-r play had been resumed. Hickok klck.d th"
"oul.
IIAI'.VAltl) STU.I, I'l.WIMI ll \UH.
un ihe "line-up-" Harvard tiled s flying wadge.
Vrlghtington g-tiing a pretty run around 0*rs>98>
lay's end fur twenty-five yards. Harvard twice
ried te budge stillman end failed, and Vam k>>i the
mils on downs on lui thirty-yard line. Thoma waa
?in no,,,io i-:i,..iioi. .' . end lor forlv vards, the
retUest run <>r the cam . (inly f.>r i devei tackle by
Irewer. Tlierne would have had a clear Held, and
ave scored another touchdown for isle, laiiter
rortfa wot through the centre for three yards, and
hen for Uv Harvard then rallied and got the
all on downi en ber twenty>yard line, Harvard
rici the revolving wedge and Waters wan hurt
ni h.- waa on Ma feet in a minute. . rtghtlngton
ircli'd Greenwayi rnd for fifteen raid and Brewer
ot around Hlnkey*! end for ten. Then Harvard
gain tried ber aide running wedge, and Hlnkey
as offside, Harvard received live yards. Brewer
nd Wrlghtlngton mud.- short gain-:. Captain Wo
?r.s's klee le re gave oul nnd he was fores! lo ic
n?, i umi"" taking his place. y?i,. nw |,,.r ?,|.
and during the ri it of th- game Hlnkey
nd hi*- men plays I "ii H" def! nive.
A Tl I. LAM.: AT I. astral \< I'.VII.I.I..
Uivr-U'eville. B. J. Ber. ?.'.'..-Th., "..tfi i M?. e.lor*
I... staves I'"- tatt wled B-alsh rjea a r.-s um f.oti,_,i
eld s.re .ni'l'lv leysM lae th'.r Iraflglty |,y walag ohm
t it... baal ssaasa evsi plsyta bas* r ?.,? eaatsu --ss
ie Issi oi.I ll'' s... ii. a:,il fl* I'M.t ,?, ':i7, mil
SsTsaseevBIa ott sal tass setaBlai, ? tleea rame ?j,
\ i.e.oat ?*>-i aa H sieves' o. bs, foi aban t bm mo*
toot mea alia bsd neeta "m- tassMaws oat aUkot a
??al. Lesissieitli 'ssita! alta Hm kal tot by ss>
BSeSI playing work.-d it f> I'Mn-et/.*.'*. tr, atv.r nd lind.
ut lera a stand wa* mott by ilia ir.-i.n.ei, ana tba tall
?SS glw,, to HMM "ll rt.".,,.. Ott UlBy !?st lt llSlsaHtl
en a f,:i.:i.!e tot, by n ire'ty daeNs psis, DbsasjUbb aa
i tasrhflsea, sitae -> ms sf tatm r*r4* Mar*. Meka
f." "eui in t-i" iii ml n.-iir T. BarssMs, af Prtaeete
...-.:..,i m iseiMase. hem arhlsb Biahee kicked t
goal i.v bsaaBtfel beehlas nf Bbs tootra. W. Bey se*
?ad TLiiii'-. ??<? ?"*?'?*? Usetaes ana Bgbtae, phar*
".. ll RM mott IBSflCUVB allies.
NORTH AND SOUTH FIGHT POD LAUBEX
LI.IIH.Il Ul I'KATS TIIK (NIVI'.P.SITY OK NOI'T
CA Ito LIX A ON" MANHATTAN KI ELD.
f/hl.'li rnivTstv and UM fnlversltv of North (ar
lim. Um gartb agfllsat HM B-nrth, playM fsslball an t:
MsahaMas I-.eil leatirday. Lehigh arss aaally by
BCSIB "f M ta 0, hut til" I.'.vs fran the Southland put i
:i plucky e-in>e. Tli'ir -tyl- .,f play "as agulnst thur
The-, seel B? the centre a'l the time and BBBSsed Bet
i!ii'l..-si:,'i'i (li" utility if SBd par". C ei-.-ipently the
llSlBllTB WBtS was weak In this rc*.**?ct as wail a* the
BBfeBltrS play. The lang trip tn this elly pssBSMy all
t..:ii --gainst toe Ninth Caieilas taya
Lahlgtl hal SSl played la this city h. fr< fr lhr>
? rai-, abes th" esUsga ii fal.si Celaatata, but the rei
erai il lading sf th.* team is arstt-haes n. lhere "a.
largs . rewd 11 meat tn ssa the eiiue. an i the v lather coi
dillon* were lae. a large pani Lime heai Bethlehem i
bm the passe, and the Lehigh ('Ino, of this .itv, deearsti
ene Bf the -laals Milli bmwn and White. Thi N '" ls all
fl f..I!..wing nf the I'lilvisity i.f ttl rth Cir.llna I. .vs.
The tams looked tn lm aksel eveafj ?H-aesed. Hm
iimsi up as Mess:
Lehigh. l'n-ltlon*. 1". Bf *-'. '
Resit. .'-''t rot.'..'Jilin
Houston.[Ott tack!".Pug
Tiafinn.M-ft maid .- -snipe
Ker .Centr- . . Mu .ph
Wooden .Hight gu ird .Kirk-nt'ir
(em/el.is.Right iii'-.il.*. .; Littl
nw.n _.Blab! "mi .lUnltli
Mn 'lune. (>uartert>i.'!( .Itaii-ar
Kudi-ri.-k .'?''?? lialfl.iek. .Kui
Ordway .Kisht ballback.\vii-d?**
lloyd.i'uiii.a.-k.BsakarrUI
ri.. Lehigh Havers was UM Maa a-ri '.<??>'?. wal Basti
with ttii' v imi in their tBVSr. Bait* Carolina forin.J i
walga bel last tte ball ss itu*. Brst down Miessh tam
bUOg. I'loyd, nf Lehigh. Ih'ii made two pretty runs, ani
In-I (le nf a h.i'm! ? h.* touche I th" lull doun In Xort!
OaiaUaa** gani. las smI a is kicked i,v piayd.
North Carolina made a gan:.- IgM as s.k.ii us Bbb bal
na* put in play ii at tweed Lehigh bach M u< Ive-yart
Bbc. Th.re Lehigh nada a dssperaM steed umi ott mt
ioi'<*-i.ii if tte taU. WhedBss sea bert ami riv.* wa;
for K-anan.
Redflrlek, f'f Lehigh, male thirty T-irrl* around tin
end. Holli "Id's kl.-k.-d and Noitt. fla rs Han gat Um bill
Tie- I li'.io. ??? sharp in UM centr I af UM ti'-l I far tWBBt]
ninnie-, Rsdavlak doing some excellent work for Leliii/,i
Oldaflg ni.nl I another teaehdeWfl f^ir LaBBgh lifter t douhl.
I c.,.. which Bflasjad ?? pii/ldo lae North Carolina, boy*
IL .vd kicked MM goal.
Ito "crick, Kiavil ani Ord .var mule long runs arnin'J
\orth CsraUae*i eada Ordwni sering. The thiri gsal
Wm IttmH ii'i'l th" score for the Hrs! half ilos.d. Lssmigl
is. I'niveri-v i.f Beeta CbaaUaa o.
Tim Meaad half was Sheet a ISBJMMttSB of The ll'st L<-hlgli
BBBtSMd I" pl-."' UM aiSettVS Md BBSM and her lull
:_?1.> Inn? runs. Whgg North Carolina llad tile hill lr
would play for the centre an I fall lo wain much or los.
(he ball on a fun,I.le Lehigh scored 10 point, li i.e.
? ? c:il half. The t. ul SBatS hm: Lehigh 31, I'-dlverslty
of N'orth CaesUflh S. Max Forand. of Prlucetm. was
rf*r-e. Mr. Strite, ,,( Cornell, wai uii.plir.
Livi'.i.v sc inf-; at THI COLLEGE t'Lrns.
'Jany olleg? graduates who mott n .t fortunate SMBfb
to ha in springfield yaaBsrday gstharsd at thc asUegsclehe
slurs- N|?.t.il Bl?s*asjBflBsaBa inn! lne:j. ii,aile to give them
tin rrpi.rts of tin* -jaine. Th* BslvassMy Atarrtli I lah
Iii TwshtJ ? -ixlh-sl., had th baal fi UBISS t>i gt th-* sf irv
ai tas espie wh4io Uie play wei on. The stab Mewed
ih' flea of a special wiro t?i BpHBgSeM for their lon ?
dtSBBBdh teitj.hon,., ond hal a WM mn from the "spring
Held BBBSS 'lir<"tly to die grounds. Henry Staufurd
1 '..ok- UM fIfBMB Tal* runrwr. had rhaigl of Ibe i,r
ring.m.nf* ind Ms|hsasd tad Msiy Bl ?-u-ii play to the
rbahheaa* in. this eily. ST, J. Parqahai and willam Da
Wilt >l^t-y I'-eiv.d i!.' -t.?rv lor,.. A large chert af
th.- foothill IMI vs*, pla el m a .'?:i*plrnou* |il?'.'. aud
bi the bslletlai Brers :'-:?-! \ Hordsa Marrey nnvei a
l:.i!l',*ture Ii*oCji!I BSeS Ute Is.ar I lo ||MW how th* glii.c
-? ad. T^ere w.r WO ": 800 enthaaiaaM pie*..n?, r p.
r? rating bash iiarvarl aiid Val'. *nd taara was it, mil int
.'?r.r, ? fol WhkheVM atas *i'|? Ir.'l li have a fi-mporary
a haatage.
The retsina al tho T'nlv,<r<uty Athletic Club w,*o
Mses te th.- tTfllisrsliy cttta and BagSasyad to an Bsgn
. roi.I ..f n.ci.t*. r?.
I'-i . | I'. ] ,*.,.. j.a.t af lye eVaalag BBMl of tie*
club* pr..s.nt..1 liveir Beaaea Taese whs iud
h.. aaas bsgaa '? poi hack about io afslaek, sad
.-I what Ult1" '..Ice tl.cy had pft m ,x|ljlu.
I t.. gai I e.* bSg -ni ? ii. and in ?il*,ag
r.osr**' hM MiaaM ' le irs fer Ile ir fa*. *iM BBUegS.
. . ?? n..a iT.-ro naturally met In eVtaMSB. They
did ail of tie dunelng an 1 hui'l?h-*.nig and coiigrutiiiaUiig.
A (SS llsr\ar-l ii.Sn Wert lo b" flflBB . ourag.y.'isly wear
Mg th.ir MtaMMS col r,, hui ll, ;r fa ys wrre hag and
theil *- non* esra ssdeaMasMBBlre. .\t t;i? Bm mg
ll I tn Twenty.<c*ond.st BVBf*ftWSg sm a* still :u a
pals A dSSIS M fifteen llar\*rd mea i.-a'.'e ri 1 ai tho
h.isw la tu., afasiaeaa, hut BUBaatf stol* ?wsy after th?
H tami ??.re in
It BSSS Yal* n.g.it 'lae hearts of Va"e * graduate*.
yeeag and old, wem glad. Md Uirr nude mer y not i
a l^te h..ur
?OOIIB OF COMPANY K'FTIIKTTH ItF.OIMKNT
The ilrst trophv niat.h of tb.e aeanon be!ive n
? '.'inI uni.** M uri.l 1 of the Tilt Ito?,Urierit waa h?|il
i.ii Tharsday, and r*ault#<l In a score of 314 for
("omi any I and 3D2 fur Ccinpsny B The wore of
the ahmtaf team s-a* two polnta better than the
record. The following war th* acorn
(OMPANT I
A?j-t<*.
Nam** V.Ia I 2. 1 4 ' r. f.Tot'l gal ??
ll ll Whltloel:. S90 I .1 4 I, fl! 4 4 tt ???
? bOO 3 4 ?. 8 6 r, f, 34 IVi
U. A Nicol!. a*' 5 ;. S I 4 4 4 Bl .
rssi ." 5 ?' 5' 3 4 .". 33 (ll
\v. if nam.I aw t fi :. 4, i 4 -? 81 . .
.**>! V 4 ? 4 4 .'.
If '' Hu Val ., .-* i i . f. 4,
'.'
vs-. .*, *i *, n d' ,i .-. ,"_i aa
J. I. Itoliena. >*i 4 .*. "< 4 4 4 I 21* ...
fsa* I :. 1 4 t| I .". .'.( BB
Total . ail
O-MPANY U.
Aggre.
Nam-' Yds I 1 .1 4 .". 0 TT. ts flat'a
I i: -tehuytar. J*n 4 '. i i 4 i i 3S ...
, .v*. i ;i i 2 i :. :i -i sa
ur. nil.-*. ??*! r. .i .1 4 4 4 .'. sa ...
iv :. :i :. fi .". B i S3 BB
\V. ll Ll-svd., ?.'(*> .1 2 I K "i 4 4 "I . .
EMI ;. B .'. .". .". i :. :u ;,*i
.1 l>. Thee* . a*. .?, i i i 4 r. Bl :u ...
:.ui .*, -. -. i i b .*? aa ni
<> M. Bea :.. ?.-??. ."? i .'? :. i ? :;.i ...
, .V-u I :. :. .". .". B C. 84 HT
Tetal . . ;io3
BKJOICINQ OBBATL1 ii PsUBCETOB.
I'riii. Maa n i. Ber. SS .\.?s,,f;i Tala iteterj "is
re. U.il ".ti ?? .Cms .i-in bare. The mn. wa* nv. i M
? , I n.,e-t that Meld only have leen si.r;:.-s.i hid
ll:, le.ii: !? cn h. ? ii In UM Md. II ll.ir':ird had dawned
Vale. a I'rlii" ton victory on I h:uik-glv lng would lino
baaa tabbed ?'? ball Ba sweetness, ? ii" SBfBM Might
probaM* brlsg abaet the desired d'iai laagea becaeee
llururl sad Tala
-UfBJirO PBTUICISBS WIN Till; BATTLB.
Ti.ni.ivo d... tor.. ..f th.- CsUagB of PhyatoiflBa and
gairgeaaa Bad si Um BRsUevae BsaaMal Bs***Besi < sta ?
did ii i>r.tr-, tangers**! UUna >''?-'? rdgy. eipadally fir
ll ell Whs "ere liol. Veli trill,ell. They pluyed a BBSM al
foothill ri fn- Peta Quanda, Of seana, it rn tn ba
ITC'iiie'l i ;it th'v enid haye |.ar.|iud up aii.v fallen
iiiir:i'le B llhont uniting fur fl "BAB bones" tu flMM fr, ni
Hu- irewd, and aa, Bsrhasa, it B*asa*t s.. dsngsieai afi.-r
\t say leta, BShady was bart. The fsBsge of
rhysiiii.ns and BargsaBM waa by a arete of u t?. i.
?
swaki iiMiim. SO; iiavlh. iii:i>, o.
Beverford rene., Ber, S3 c-i'diaii.-i-uiiy i.ikm
i ... .i ? i - <*iiie u. Ba verfel d M wttsesa Um Masai aaa.t
i. ..ti ali betwesq Um rival Qaskei con.'-- BAverferd aad
sc iiiiiimi r ?. ii wu- ? roi'...ii. ? oii.'iiision thal Swarth*.
nor.' flreS 18 *':'. the .eily i|i|i.lloii tc.lr Inov i!..i |J
i>.mts HMy eeald arete, -*wa MMaera bal inr '.>>t
.am In the Held ant had lbs taltal team |ili.v.
BavsrfBfd ?a- minns (he *.:|i|M.rt of talfd Bf her beet
lo, UM Bill haili I, stn B-BIBlaid his ankle last a?sh;
\|.|. hui his kne. IW Isled and B*M ninitil ? li pmt.
IwarthaMte'i tenn aerk ess Bm vtessry kg Um -core al
',(> (.. (I. HWBrthSssei ?t?it'-l ?|U. tile y ...n,| ral'..I
ift en iTiris. I'aln.r and .sims tatt BMda BBSd ni...
I.ll lirl.-.t broke thinngl. fo, UM Hr-l t.hdoi.ii aflei
in. ausetai' pmf, and iiionie bteked (h.. ....ii. hean
(?sheer by a lae rea arnmi um and Mered th?.end
n nin.n fur MwsrBHBsra ii twenty BiliMlea* piny.
-...mV,.' i.ilss-.l IhB goal. So.e In ti 0. Urie.. Il'ialiy
ItahS ll.i .'..i'll fir th" thirl lo i. lid.mn. \ gael B is
Uskrd; snr.. Ki t.. S, Sii.iri.imr made i lie I ft,
oin hdovrn, Uils half, from amish Ul" Baal "a- l.t. io I.
-.ore Bl 'i.l of the ln?t hair. S3 t> ". Ilr.\ ? lull
gai tad ?.ii Um i-a.i rn um Baaam be'f. bel Bwsnaa-are
BBS -ot it and I*...!, the sor ? np (.. .".? flpMtl. Mr.
lilli. Bf Vale, wai ntttaO, mil Ml. Ad lins, USlVersNy of
'cnn-' ha.iiu, arni un.j.iie.
'.vrvr I'uiNT mia DlbVABLEO.
West 1', blt, B. V.. Nu. 83 iS. lil,, ll |s fe. r d th I
IIB i "III not ta IMS t' pl'n in lh- .omln: c.,'it Bl ? .li
ii.ii.i oil- bs a .mill af seven in,ur pb rerelved Iii t >?
o-.'s prj.-iie game The |,.s, ,,[ n.th bslf-ha !>- VBI
iio'i-lv rl;|!e the linn. Me Hon. ?ho ).l?\ . In
pilnu'er's pBM?, I- dolli'.' f.ilrii g.ml Mk, bm ls n it a
nol gloom! gain. r. J li" NA. si l'..ni pregM sr Li iii
linns .null l.i,i ,/ ..lunln: lie gun.', a'tlioii-:i i e, hu\e
i.e..i I..: of sn:,-tituir.
X't MAY CAMM IT Mil SSH ll h. Ot
BTonSWtek, '"ci . Nov. :.' N i new rune* of \c|
)v. fever tress reportsd hare t .-.lay. I^nirtsan
atlents wen- ilUcharKel, five, of whom were white
oven -laiiont* ar.- nndsr ueetment Ths thee
iioiiietT fell io i\ thu morMng. leo formed lu tbs
apoutsi places.
Ra H.
ACY
&C0.
Sixth Av-sius, 13th tn Hth Strict.
Our Stork furnishes one thousand and one different and satito
factor if <t n nive ps to the perplexing annual question:
" What Shall I Buy for
Christmas Presents?"
$50,000 worth of
VIENNA NOVELTBES.
^.7 to oO per cent, less thou
similar {foods hare erer been
sold at heretofore.
Nothing more suitable /or
Christmas presents : erer if article
both useful and ornamental.
AI.'O A BBWILDERINU AVSORTMENT
OK PABULAR HOVELTIEM -lUST OPENED
AM) MAKKI'.I) AT PBOM *?8 To 10 IT. 11
(INT. LOS THAN BLMEWUEBB.
TOILET BOXJM "V ri.Ali'. i*l.\ss. SILVER
OB OOLD PLATE. ?? '?>'?> and UPWARD
.;l.\s.s WLOVI' ANO BANDBJERCII1BF
DOXM. .?;t IO TD lil ai
clocks'. "reaUWFULLY MOUXTED IB
sTAxns oe winn: mi.tal. SILVER and
OOLD PLATE, MANU r.M'l'.AVKI).
<1 57, ?1 ?"'.'. Ul'512, ?.' IS TO C2I
FANS.
Over fiOO varieties, all this sea,
soil's goods, consisting ofthe latest
European novelties, in many in?
stances marked at one-half their
value.
LACK AND BAUER. HAND RATNTED, INLAID
PEARL .STICKS. .fir. '.<0, 87 Its, 81188 t-> V24 OD
thread lace and shell micks. 2'a 40
misses' ostrich .feather taxb, kink
colors.71
misses- oavsr vans. span'.i.ki). 1 'j*
i mina silk, hand paint!.d kan's, t8f.,
Ste., gi Ss, 8187. 82i:>. 888S, gggS, St 74,
S3SI to. non
BLACB i.Al'ZK. PLAIN AM) PAINTED, WITH
AND WITHOUT *L.\C1", AT A I.l, PRICER.
BLACK ALL LACK KANS 8141, Bf IS, B**M, "8 71
BLACK AND WHITE OAUBE IANS, SPAN
ni,! n.-iw t.i noo
Till; i IllKKON FAN, IN WHITE AND KINK
OOLOBS. 3 40
OSTBII ll l'l.VTIII'.R KANS. Will TE ANIi CO],
"Its .. HRH, 02 49. S3 44, St SS, BS IO To 2.', Ol
BLACB OSTRICH KAN>, RROBY STICKS,
ll M, fi VJ, 3 41
BLACB OSTRICH KANS. SKELL STICKS,
fl .'ll TO 2.*. 61
SPECIAL IN BLACK OSTKICB KANS . 124
JEWELRY.
SWISS AND A.MKKH AN" (.OLD, 81LVl.lt NICKS*
AND STEEL w All HM lon LADIES, MEE ANS
noys. j
a r.;w SPECIALS BROK 00R la tiwi: live ot
oold RLB<1S:
MISSIS KIN'-.S. SMALL DIAMOND (MU* ... flt flj
HOYS' WEAL lllN'ws.1 27 I'S
! .Mr.M.v ti BOl'OlHE HAKQI'ISB iti.V'.'s".".' 197
j LADIKS' MNOLE DI iMil.ND RINDS . 5 AB
, LADIBT MARQUISE diamond BlKl'l 2021 I'P
MKN'S Sl.NWLK STORK DIAMOND KINGS.... ISM
si kui.ino S1LVBK COLLBOB I'lxs j^
MKKI.1.M. SILVKB IIAIK PINS-.. 04,
UOLD-MGI Ni I ED BlftBE M'o.ni .*,. i mkkald
and 'ii i;<ii oise, BAB SCREW, j**,
DIAMOND hUAJtV PINS.: I!) IPWARO
UMBRELLAS.
A choice collection of high-class
Umbrellas, adapted for holiday
gifts. Carved Ivory Handles in
tj peat varlet ff, Ste rt in ff Silver and
Oold Handles, also Xaturul Sticks
and Dresden Halls. The quality
of silk is the best, and in most
cases is yuaranteed for one year.
LOT NO. 1, WORTH ri M.*. gi gg
LO. NO. 2, WOHTM Ol (IO. . 298
MIT N'<?- 8, WOHTM *i 00. 3 9g
LOX NO. 4, WORTH *a 00. 4 80
MEN'S SLIPPERS.
il N's VELVET KMl'UoiDKKKD sLll'PLP.s;
WORTH si KS . g-i,
MACH'S MAROOB BOAT, FATS**"! LIjaTKER
1 KIM UKI) SLIPPERS .8121 AND 81 48
KINK. BRADE DOBOOLA AND (.OAT, I'ATK.NT
LEATBER TRIMMED SUPPERS. l BJ
Ml.Ns, TAN* GOAT ELASTIC i rill IK BOMBO!.. 1 09
MKN'S KC.--.SIA LKATUKil SLIPPERS; r.KfcT
i.hadi; .'.. 288
MEN'S GENUINE ALLH.AToi; SLIPI'f'IvS, IN
CLACK AND BROWX; WORTH 1.100.
BOYS, (.OAT LEQOIB1IB, ".ll KKK SI KAI'S...
tu
IM
YALE AND PRINCETON
COLORS.
YALU Oil PR1BCETOB RIBBONS. IN AU.
WIDTHS.
?TALK OK PKIN"( I'.TON" CIIUYSANTHKMCMS.
tALB OK PRINCETOH ALL-MILK PlsAIS-.. . 0<n
YAI.K OK FfUHCETOH sTKiU.lN'i, SILVER
I'lNS ...........
tu
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS,
11x4, worth S7.50, .... 5.24.
ALSO FULL LINE OF CHEAPER GRADES.
LINENS,
Damask Towels, knotted fringe, worth from 15 to 20 cents,
.09. .10 and .12.
Our assortment of DRY HOODS of every description is mitch
lartjer than ever, as the a.ldition of our new building (just completed)
enables us to (five a grettt deal of extra room to our extensive stock of
BOOKS, HAMES, TOYS and FAXCY GOODS without cramping
any of the other tlejutrtments.
ITALIAN MARBLE STATUARY,
DRESDEN and VIENNA CLOCKS, MANTEL SETS?
BRASS and ONYX CABINETS. LIBRARY TABLES,
and a superb exhibit of ART OBJECTS,
iCourt"! lionr, N'ow Building}
suitable for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. We invite your inspection.
Prices 40 per cent, lower than elsewhere.
We also invite your inspection of our line of
Rich Cut Crystal,
including a portion of the exhibit awarded the highest premium at the
World's Columbian Exposition.
These goods are shown in a specially constructed booth with mag*
niftcent electrical effects.
Prices 40 percent, lower than elsewhere.
RICH CUT GLASS
THANKSGIVING TABLE
RICA Di Kl" ci T sTKWVriCURT. DI*MORD \N!i
KAN I'A i IT.i'N.*- il-'. I NI Xl : I.LI '.' >.l .U.ITV "!?'
CRYSTAL. UiillKM iN'.-Uir A.Nil lilli Ll.I A N( V , AT
AlH.'l'T HALI' VALVE.
OLIVE DIBHEB
ALMOND Tl". A VS .
BOM I- in TRATB
WINI. DECANTERS ....
WATER CARAFE*.
CLARET 'BOB .
CRANBERRY DIBBER
CELERY tua vs.
SALAD i: iwi.s .
11 87
I. YOI.
fi.'Si
BACH.
*i tn
BACK.
DECORATED CHINA
THANKSGIVING TABLE
SEASONABLE QOODR kl REASONABLE PRICES.
I'l.ci BATRD DIXXER BETH AT LOWER PR] IKS
THAN WERE BYER BEARD ol'. OVER !*..>
STYI RB, 1 ROM IBB! in PAVt 18 PER IET. WH BE
SHIV To CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTIOM To mr
ivLHiwiN.i. as ni tni; ROME ok TIM'. wm ATlsT
RAROAlHS i:vi:r. OFFERED, i'.vkn BV CSs
U CARLSBAD china DIBBEB RETS, FLORAL
ur "ORATIONS, 100 PIECES . i I ? :
N r.Ni.i.isii i niii.i;.,i.\/.i. RIBBER BETS,
EVERY I'M I r i.'l.r. ia > I'll.. B8 :i 88
;-i) FBEXCII china DIBXER BETa. CU HCB
ol- IB (STYLE'S, BANDtrOMELl DECORATED
BBB OIIsT. IJ. I'll'., l's. :il MT
BARGAIN TABLE.
(Mair floor.)
onus Alfi) i:.M'v FANCY PLATFJB ,\XD DISHES
at Tin. I'l'.H r.*- that in vc maim: mia FEAT.
lld-, ok uiii ivTii.l.lMl.M'.NT so I'OPVLAR
Don't fail to visit ouv MEX'S CLOTH IHG Di:P''I\Jitst opened,
and also our EX LA HOED GUOCEUX' DE P'T,
SILVERWARE.
Bal .md I'l.ior. Msin Uulldln'f.)
OOODfl sri:.tai.ly DESIGNED BOB MEEMI
TAiu.i: BRM,
250 TEA AND COFFER liiNs ABO TODDY ,
KI'.TTLl'.S. AN mill Lol : .m.l YUK VARY. '
KIOBBeVT i.kai.i.. Ql'ADRCPLE PLATE, i
TWENTY RICHLY EMBELLISBED UK
BIOBB, sYORTfl FROM *'Jj 00 TU 88B8S
CBOICR. EACH ............ .. *??f
ll KN DISHEbV-XEW dbsion, warranted
QUADRUPLE PLATE oN WHIT;'. METAL.
I'lill o|';..; WORK m.-li.N BRPARATR
BBCEPTACLE for plants, WORTM ?.">0?.
BACB . . 2 It
CELERY 'll'.AVs QUADRUPLE PLATE oN"
wiiiti; METAL, IWO dksh.ns, WOBTM
?M .'.0 RACB . 288
CABVINO BETS QUALITY OB 8TEEL OUAR
AN'ii.Kli. NI.W FfiRNCfl BLAfsB. NATURAL
maw BANDLES, WORTH ->i 00. 1ft
DINNER RNIVES- ROOCJUF MS BB SOLID
UTEEL, TRIPLE PLATE, BEW BMBOBSBB
HANDLE, BTORTB 88SO. DOIBB. 34t
BUT CRACRRRts, SILVKB PLATED, TWENTY
DB lo.Ns. WORTH FROM ?'?<> TO fie. BACH. IN
i.Main H.. r. t.. ?.. '.I'h BB, I'.uiranca.)
TEAPOTS, si wak i IWUB, CREAM PITCH?
ERS, RUTTER DISHES, FRUIT BOWLS'
TABLE CA8TEBS, CABS BASBETIa, A*.'
ALL HEW UI>s|WN> AND HAM,*. OMELY
l.M.liWl h. WARRANTED TRIPLE PLAT!
ON" WHITS Ml.. AI.-KAiTl. 81 8T
Tills is a Li.ni: OF DOOM MADB !:Xd.0*>
sivi.LV FOR V AND BOT lol ND i-i.'i.W III liB.
STERLING SILVER.
?t nssr, KsM nuimi:?.)
BRTfl TI'.asi" >Bl rWRNTT Ni.w DK
[OBS, WARRANTED BtBRLINB IM*MC8
'INK. PER Mm . . tilt
?FEB BPOOXa BEW DB?l',N, WAR
UNTED sn !;i.:\w FJ3-1.008 11M> PE*
Bf . 1,T
AM? \ LAIWtK LINE OF
\!> -iFTs ICE <"REA*** BERTHES. I 'I'l' lrABLBa?j
?I-..-T' S.'.iol ?, PON.POJ" ToN'.S. JK.I.LV MOBMR
EQUALLY LOW ll BED R.
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