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OOLCIBIA'S GOOD GAME.!
HIJ.tT ttKSLEYAS t« Ti) ').
McthodUU Give Blue and White One
Scare, but Arc Outda**ed.
•.•»!■.:• by fast line plunjrins and tiie briliiar.t
c a running of Metienthin. sained a victory •»
••.otba.l over the WesSejratl <"o!lei;e team, at Amer
? -an Tongue Parti yesterday. The aoara wap I<s ' ■•
4 j. «!x l^ni" than Fate made aj>rJ.ist the llcth
eSUS's. rrum last Wednesday. Colambia, however.
fltri tK^ ball only f.ve yards from a s.;<-re when the
f,ft\ luilf waf over, and would certainly have tallied
V trrrr had berti *".*Jf a Bllnute's more play. Aram
■A the «rfi of t!;c- second f>eri"d <""olutntiia was on
tre s;r»lp:.t tray to the visitors' froal. bavin*
ruebefi the ball aev«nty yards, when time w«s up.
Vrs>ya« gave Columbia « bad aea»a in the J=ee
or.d period, when. t- •■ lag the ball at her oppo
f"*:its' ♦•-yard aaark. her ra«;n carried it to within
tY-n yards Of a score. There to lose It on down* ha
etruse of rolur.ibia's stalwart resiFtance. On th«
«"u.le. however. Columbia's line was rairly ntr«»ng.
Kill |Q atta. k and defence. in the second half the
\r*iole leejn weakened pej-reptlbly, and narrowly
aaeagMel betas scored <.». In tbe first hHlf Wea
l'J-an BSJn»-d her distance only once. The end*
*j--»re fookd By Hi* <iPl..ye,l paaa The line Rlfn
t--.. p!*y*d st bit high, but chareed batter than '•■*
f^f-e and ■•!'< !■• d !.;> holes in good style.
v'olumuia riegan tne game with some no-<fl srouna
tr: inirg. The backs, together with Btanctand and
Thorpe, irtide of five minute* had the ball at the
vlritors* CO-yard mark, « her*- Ifetamthta score<l on
« quarterback run. Duel] kicked tbe goal. The
n*A» touchdown canM about nine minute-, later.
ItMaMithfa ma.i.- two Sflkyard runs on the quarter
b»>-k play, and Dueil and Th«rpo constantly made
ajidne of five yard* or so. « flvoußhlln finally
ji'.jnr a<-ro«s for a tuny. Uuell failed at K"n'.
After the next k\ck-off am! x varying han«»
«f the ball. Columbia gained the leather at mlri
fl«-;,i an ,j i 11.,, l»rp;m a very rharp attack, whleri
Mooeaafully Imnicht th<- pigskin 10 wlthia fiv*
yrrds <if ■ t;«lly when the half »a« ovrr.
At the beftanbis <•! the second period after
Ktratpht line plunfie* Dnell went over the line for
the third «r.<l final touchdown, Uetcenthia fiziled
In bis attempt at goal foluaaMa was quit* dear
ly outplaying her opponents, and there war every
eKpnrtJttion that she would meort a Mare' tally
than Yale's 1C to n. Kus'iing the hall to mldflebJ
;ifter the kick-off CV.ltimlilji lost ftfteei yards fo
rioldinir. At the 40-yar.i mark she lo«t the ball
nn downs, and then Wesleyan gan li« * rising
ait ■. thai f.-r a wliile seemed certain to result :r>
• score. Xyster on a delayed p;t^f« ran twerity-flv..
yards, putting tbe bsil rlfteen yards from a score.
Two more play* around «-nd were good eroun'l
Ksiner<. brii pi: th<- bail to <!olutnbta'« r»-yarJ
?n*rl.. There i.if visitors tried another delayed pass,
which failed to work. Then '.\>s!eyan tried line
bucking, but here < " .umr.i.i war utrong. and after
a hot strnpirle W*eleyan lo=t the ball at the 2-yard
mark. The line-up atid score:
O^imWn . Poaitloa. WVsK-yan
Sol'imtua. PoriMw. WesJeyaa.
<;Tia»old !.. ■■ *>nd Erster
Br«rs \jrt\ ■.. - .- .. North
Krheverria. I«tt1»!« !^fi puard . .Wnadhaad
■• ■'. „• ■«■.!■■ T^ors
Ftanirland Rir l^ fill CoX IlrasiC
Thorn Alrel'lnjer Ilieht la. klr ■■ ■ ■ .IVerWr.
lltrtr night end Or.thrur»
M.-tienthlr. .......... Vuarterl.ark W'ojff
J.,)*ii I>-ft hairhsjck Van Surdam
OI»urhlln. Biifcll R'.elit hfclft,aok Day
Ti^hrr. I.indau KuH'.wtrV GUdertteCT*
Score— <'.limMa. Ifi; VTmleyan. <• Tn"rhd->»ns--r>u«-11.
r- <« - l>M!phlin. 1. <";.>b! ironi touchdown— l»u»U. R»f»r»»
- Muc'i SVhlta, rnfv.mity .if MtrtUgaa. Vrr.pi'-e- T. H.
Hall. Yalo. T\mr, 30 a.vi l.'i mlnul* halve*. Attendance.
- |e«
HARVARD REATS WILLIAMS HANDILY.
Crimson Racks Tear Up Opponents' Line for
Victory, 24 to 0.
|RT nr™*— To THE TRIBtNK 1
Cambridse. Mass«.. Oct. 1.-In two fifteen minute
halves Harvard to-day ran up a ■ ■ '»■ of 24 iMlnta
Bgßafti c i William!", aid r.ot only did not allow her
■~"*t)j>©nent* to aoacv. but kept them frr«n Bainlnc
more than twenty-five yard? in the entire contest.
Arainst ■ fairly heavy team. Harvard's defence was
none »;ill and her attack snappy and powerful.
Not in the last three years hai a Harvard team in
ihe fli«t same of the b'-».»<">:; shown such possibil
ities.. The han.iiiiiK of the l*a!l was remarkably
the li:i«" I'layed low and chanted quickly.
Bjettins the jump on their lighter opponents eve:
time, and the team "^-£.-d well tss'ther. The kick
inc. however. thou»;r. Sr superior to tlie attempts
of Wllliamp. wa* mediocre.
Twice in the :."-. half and once In the second
half. with Hurley. X: ■:. ■■;-. Mills and Kovc* in the
k- :• :■:. 'Willlams's line yi<>lde.i to t! 4 fierce
plaaattas of these Crimson backs, who. at «•»•:.
touchdown, haij cnrriel th» bill from, forty to fifty
g Yar&L without lo^ir.K it o:v?e. A n<?n' pet of backs-
Mean?. Sfesxaith, Uasler and Kernan— tr-p^-ated the
trick for v fourth score, and then catritd th* ball
in within » y;<rd of a. fifth touchdown, when Will
iams braced ai:«i heiii Harvard for downs, the „nly
time in the - imc This nat tire one diFax»polritiiiK
feature of the i Virus. > play.. Noycs at ■;uiiit'-r
*>nd Bull at tackle for Harvard played brilliant
names. Th<- lii.e-up and score:;
Harvard. Position. Willlami.
r:iasilen l«-f» end Ki'Ter
Krili iJWti l>^ft tackle Munay
■Wildrr I>-ft euard Klirldte
<"uni;l(T i I'arkf ri Centr* Eteej
UcPaddca High: g-.iaid MuC*t ('.an.vt.eih
r=.juiiei. 4<Kwsoe) Rlcht tackle Mar- - tßixhy)
Monucomery i: .gtii eat Pto.:kir.«
N«y«< iKtmhi Wuart»r!)a. k Mili'r
Ktchota <Nt*m!ti t l>>f; halfi.ark Brown
Hurley «Mea!;r» Uiffbi halftiack Wataon
Mil - OUfilayl rollback . Baiea
Soar*— Harvard 2«; U'iUUra*. ». TrUi!i<lo»T» — Ml'l»
<"(. Kanlajr. Qaal* from twu<"t.<im»n« — Seres, 3; Kerrjm.
1 I'npire— Hrow. R»fn«-lU!|i»»:i. I^nesmtti—
Vr,r\~r H.i] Slufffit. nmeVeeper— W.ji.i*. Time-15
li-inut^ halve*. Attendance- J.rxiir.
TIGERS TOO FAST FOR GEORGETOWN.
No Score in First — Two Touchdowns
in Second.
Princeton, N" J.. Oct. 1 t'Speeiali.— Prinretr.n
Flayed good, oonalictent football this: afternoon and
Won from <;*-nrii«tovin. V) to f<. Tlie Tigers' goal
was never threatened, the Bontaeraera *r ( 'itii.K r,o
<!ot.er than tli* W-rard line. The two teams were
about evenly matched in weight. I>'H Prin<-etr,>i ha.i
tiie aaweaaer nunbl nation. Tl»»-ir speed wore their
ci>lK»nents t,;;t in the rtrft h«lf and m«de acortng
racier in this second I'friori of play.
Princeton woti the to»« and ohOK*» the north Hi**':.
with the wind la h^r favor. On the kick-off. Burke
raugiit th«» ba!| a r.<l rarrifd li lurk twenty .r*]B to
Plteprton'll 30->i,rd line. Koulk* then uided by «■«
<rllent taterferetioa. skirted ■; .«.t'.»nV right « r.il
for riy -Mv- yards. A couple of mir.utes later lie
rer«»a;ed tlie. perfomanoe for fifteen yards. Then
GeurgvtowH lirap«'<l. aid took the mi on <iv*-»* .>:i
Ka ..hi. (•yard liii*-. After a rouaile of ■. «i.i gain*
the Tlc^r liti«- braced, and the visitors m< re forced
14 punt. Th* ball seecave4 ba<k atid forth for the
»•**! of the half, motet <>f th* time in Gewgeton n'a
territory.
In the KPfond hal th" Tigors r-aine <,n t!;e Jl*-M
evidently mucli fresher tiisn their opponents, and
from then t<» ll.e end of the came it was only -,\
<jijf«tion of how much pji:il«liment the latter <'<jul.l
take. Georgetown w;is poverleas to r^sif-t the on
i-'Him'it of the Princeton t'«rks. and were It orally
mowed dawn ii.;... the fierce plunge* of Snort
«'««iney and BtanaanL 81 ■...-.. lied on lime
»nid apwln to jiain the require,! .l-T.ll. ■•• mud never
«wr» did he fail. He did most of the Tigers' groitrii
r.tinitig. at «iii<- time rarrjrfnsj the byll by pucesalv*
XiHtng*-*' Ml! the v«y fr. !ii !he Tipei --■ (■•-». - !ii.
over th.-ir opjM>nej)t< co .il li>e. «'aj»ta!n Poulke.
y-lir. i«-or»-.l the- se,-.,i;,i t.,;ich.iow!i, made sevejal
] "*" * riiti*. and «!id soni-- ex.-. 11-nt line hu.klnir
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himself by hl« *™* h#a4«wa and several long
runs. The lln*-up an.l score:
±^Ei;:::::::^S
..■-.■;;
S-iJm*" " ' ' ".;■-■.■■■. Right jruaM Short (Browne)
w" r eH Sifrterhfck ■ : : Burk- i Hitter,
l-^im H'« ht l-alfl-«.k....\VtllcK-k iKlntl
!j?jS*±i Ix-ft halfback .".Foulke «lammtU»
r h .^ m ;\ ••;;•;; .;.;^,ut.a.-k .M,..-omii.k .card)
Score- -Prln'-Mon. lf>: Georgetown ". To«ichdown»—
.L fmnlr. -llft'ii UnfKiwn- Dillon. Princeton;
Georgetown.
TJ. OF P. OUTCLASSES VIRGINIA.
Smith, at Fullback. Invigorates Team—
Score 24 to 0.
ibt tk;.eob»ph to th»: nnrn
Philadelphia. Oct 1-- lVunsylvania played all
around Virginia ■-■ Krai. kiln Field this afternoon
and ran up a total of :« poll to the Southerner*;
<>. Pennsylvania opened th« game to-daj -with
Bmith at fullback atul a team thai is as strops: as
she may hope to pit <>n the field thin year. Smith.
who bes been under the ban of th% athletic o.m
mittee, owing to rot)UJtlon« In his college work.
w»s not told definitely until two hours before the
ame to-day that he might i !ay. His presence put
new life Into the players, and from the beginning
there woe never any •"•■'' of the result. Virginia
ram* to the. city confident of holding Pennsylvania
to a «niaU BC«r», and some of it*= aupporters l'>..ketl
for B'victory. Virginia vas said to lie heavier than
Pennsylvania, but was. ■' anything, lighter.
Pennsylvania rushed the tall in the first hnlr to
within i<trikir>B: distance of the goal at leust four
tlme« but twice fumbled and lost, giving Virginia
a chance to kirk and hold off the score. In the
second half Pennsylvania ma'!' 1 several change* in
her line, and went through Virginia for r«-i»eKte,i
gains of five, ten and twenty yards. The line-up
a:nl ore
I'er.m.yHania. PoeHle - Virgin i
Blakler • :>. -.in.- 1... i.»ft end. .'.Ppringer (Hinki.
"iVe'.heii»r •
Batkleartn Uaft tackle Johnaon
Pivkarkkkl :•'• cuar-1 Klt»
Taylor. . .-. ».. Oiar* Dalney
:'..-'»>r (Junk I. Right guard Cook
Torrey. . .' ' Kie^it tackle t'ouncil
J. Hollenbaek tWeadei. Right .-..1 N>al
»'or»oii Quart ert'.fk I't.llarJ
SheMe • I{«yn«Ma' Left ••..... Cra*» for.i
BennisitV. Hr.llenta.ki.Klght lia:rbucU M. Johnson
Snitrii Fullback Kan«ff>r>i ißun
Touclxlowna — Pl»kark»ki. 1. Smith. ;. Torr<-y. 1.
<loal» from tou<:h<ln\vr.--«'or"ton. 4. V.-' ■■:-■ Mr Wejr
mouth. Tale I'mplrr, Mr. Sharpe. Yale Tlrn»ke.-[>»r.
Mr. l^.'igfnrii. Tal« Time of halv'f. -" tnhiutm each.
YALE OVERWHELMS TRINITY, 42 TO 0
New-Haven Team Scores on First Line-up —
Gains at Will Through Weak Opponents.
Ibt tei • ft to the trjbcxe.]
New-Haven, Conn.. Oct. l.— Time at.il the -,uii
stltutlon of third team men i"i the ■•'.■ ■ "varsity
In the second half alone saved Trinity to-day from
having the biggest icora rolled up afiiiinst her in
Yale Kit-Id history. A.I It was. the tlr.al s.-or>- was;
Yale. I*; Trinity. 0. The Trinity team contained
only one veteran. an«l mml- no concerted .uteinj.t
t<» holi Yale. The Blue ba< - ks ai.d en'ls Kifrej'
through the visitors' right ami left on •■very play
the rule being kliliih\ snapbark *>n<l touehdowi
aftey ••!.:!> every kiek-nff.
• inly on< • <lld Trinity the leaiit chance ti
hiiTidl^ :!ie ball. That was m hen Bloomer made a
•:/.ii'- trying ••• .• •' i place kick for goal, ki.-kln:;
• lie ball Into his own line. Donnelly, the big
Trinity guard, picked up the brill and would have
ma«ie •. touchdown after a '■■-'.. ir.i run ha not
Hoyt for Yaie taught him thirty yards from the
Yale goal lir.e. Quill made thr<-e Jong «mm! rmiw.
rind Stevenson an«l Houme put up fanf backfleld
pan:es. Shevlln and Hoj were the b*cktt>i<i Mats
on t<l! aroutMl play, making Rains at will through
• t - wak Hartford players.
Tale's «.-ore .i! th*> en.l of the first half with i >]•>
"varsity In line wan Mto <». The *«v- O ti,) Hrt ,i third
team substitute* wound up with twelve tn.ite
points, not a fcrmer Yale player finishing the
game for Yule. Trinity muffed the first kick-off
an.i In three teoond* of play Quill darted ;.<-ro-i.s
tie visiting goal line for the "nil touchdown
Trinity fumbled on their first play after the next
ki. Met. and th» Heeond Yale play went Hoyt ai-roiH
the line for the seror.d touchdown The teamo
fi,d«-d with seven touchdowns for rale The line
up and score:
T«Je. Po^' 1 : • • Trlnlt-
Cat«a (Ktevrna) . . . f.eft end ',(..,
Bloomer (S. Turnery. |.»ft tackl* Donnelly
Klnner <^mithl 1. .-ft guar.l fiuduburn
Korabaek <• artn-right i.Onfre Hntl ■
Trlpp I Ho. kl •
Ho .n <Klne On . . Right guard P/eatworth
liare < H>at».
Ortn.eyert Right md i Mar. •■
Rockwell <HuTt'hfii*<>ni.<juarterl.iti'k. . . Pond . 11ui,h«.,.,i ,
H">t Room*) . l " U hairt.rk v\ M „«,
, Mo , rr * 1 Rl «h' halfaac* Cuaulaaham
«\\ hltei ValllM l. H n lefteld
- v -" 4.-. Trinity. (, Tottchdowifii^OaUL 3;
"'■ < -, : , "*' 1 '*'- Roome. i; u »i, r r , mi touchdowns-i
K'..k.«>... r. Ktttehtnaan. ■: L'mplr* r>r ii,,,,,,^.,,.
Referee. I>r. Prurtemeuri Lineman. Dr. Hull. Tim*
S« and lo minute h»l\e. Attendaur* 1 -lid
• ROCHESTER SCORES ON CORNELL.
IBT TELK^HAPIt TO THE TRIM' •. i
Ithaca, N. v. Oct. I.— Cornell defeated Rochester
at roe* ball to-day. 'A to »,. In the flr.^t halt the
Roehster player* mo;» than held their own
through some clever tri.-k playing, unJ repeated
fumbling by CornelL In the middle Of the half
LansC]ow pick-d up the ball on a fumble and ran
thirty yards to a touchdown for the llrst score
Rochester has ever made on Cornell. Birmingham
soured for the Ithacana one minute before time wan
called.
Warner sent a substitute eleven on the field for
the '.n.i half, and the nt» men made tourhdowna
at will. Rice and Bird, the Milmtitute quarter
bark. <3ld brilliant work for < riH!. The line-un
tttiii ore:
«^'"' ie "" r Positions. «'ornell
JMlder 1 0r0nt. u ii.......],ft end.V.'.Sfl.ldon ■-.I', il.
5., * l '*'t tackle ..Teterauii (Oder* lrk.
i. . ■;••;• li I- * ft S'lari. .Hi-hoellkopr (WlMeri
lteynolla (JortJ.n, Or.tre . |Urt ll.leii
?"?" x Kluht «•.. „|" ..;;.■....'.... Kurgan
• ry ' >r , h '«' ' larttle. ..ii»;':.u» igmtrni
jvUter (J«K<mp) Right and Vknorman
Tasa«it . «mri. I. iiml i aj.tain.
, . _, i Hlii! i (Boothi
Bumvan (lea p. Slmoo*) .i^f t hminaok Kl.-e »i;siw.ni
, iMwrtlre/,
'-"«*■* »l«ht lal/ba Ii B'taTh'a fD»we>)
B , l '^* ''"ullt»ck . Cox 'iWalfaeinit
WEST POINT DEFEATS TUFTS 12 TO 0.
lav TELEGRAPH TO we rniBINK]
\\>»t Point. X V. ( Oct. 1.-West Point. 12; Tufts,
», was the score In the "irnt game of the season
tu-aay. the visitors played a plucky game, but
could make no advance against the army's defenr**
and resorted to kicking, niost of. the t .lay being In
their territory-. West Point was penalized twice
for offside ami holding „nr tl|< . end of th« second
ijaK. Hri.if* plunged across from the 5-yard line.
biit'hoTd«n«'ln the Hrtc. p^ ril ,]| y> ,^ -„,,, .. #t >. «nd the
s^ore *r a a n..t allows r , I<p uexi „., j mmil pp.^;rsve.«
tfravptel ■ back for « „j,,| At ffwai from ,|,i # but
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v.i.-' t.trk l '-.'. Tomey made ilio army's rtr«i *for»
.... had braced and held for \\\x++ downs on
x\\» l-y.\r<% lln*. Grave* pcortd again In t.i" »»c
cji!(i half, the hall !.»-inK carried sualiclit down the
fifUl by hard lt"<- lilttlns nml end run*. i'.rn\^s
kicked i>nt!i s<»;ilj<. ■;•■ .. Hne-up ....1 ».-ore:
\V#»t »*.■!>,!. Poaltloni Tufta.
Uanniion.l < rtu. kwrll, ■
l^ttai :■.'•' Ki;o»Hors
Shut* (Sfacravm) l,»rt ta.-Hlr K»ync.ld»
Abraham l.'fi guard Hrinf«
Tlyt.ni Ontrc Hall
J-nfctn, Right K'mr.l Jon»l
i;raif» I'.lnlit ■.•• ki.- f't'-rln
U'auch (O»>ar>) Quarttrbaok ... I>oi)i
Kuiitli i l>:»vl<ii lt!Ktii halfback Burton
Hill ■ Prince > I .-ft half Lack .;- ...,
Torney tWatktnai Kulli.ai-V Cutlsr
Toucbaowns— Oravmi. I : Torn^y. I. Goal* ft v »m
inur'iilciim- -lirivH, 1 I ■;■■:-. Mr llor'.C*, R«f«re«
Mr Okraon.
LAFAYETTE WINS FROM UR3INUS.
IHV IF.I.K'.lt WH i" THE TRIBr.VK. J
li.'tMiiii I'.tr'.. Oct. 1.-— L*fayf»tte played th.- »cr.
"ii. Kami of th*- a«-a»ion with I'rnln ■ <*i(IU«»- »<>.
tey on Mhi ■)! K1»ld. Although i . .1;-; ■■ jiroi^ri
only IS ii ilnti -.|i»- ■■■<•. •. -i the nail at »ii limt-a
ill. 'l k»-i»i it In her opponent.") territory. She runi
n!<-il frequently, twice within the .".->:mi |ln<
Urdlnun played a »naj»py game, Hull \V „k.
Thoniaa and MoAvoy .4. 1 . ■;.-,( for i . 1 1 1, -.-»i t. v. hilo
Trexlir. Plata and I.liz played ii,. liest tfuni* for
L'rsinu-*. The lln«>ii)i.'Riid ncore:
«fay*tt« Position*. L'ratltui
'J"'.' mil L»ft »n«J Priea
M i»ii ij-ri tael :. Plat*
l"""i ! <*' guarj . tiartnun
Hoiikli.il Ontr» I'rUi
l*.(f*i'. . hight ruard . '.'.' ' Q at .
N«wb»rry.. !'.i«l 1 t>fkt* Tr*il»i
Vhii ■•a Itiaht ml Si lr;
Buaht^r «Morrlioui ••■!'.;■. „ . . 1., x'r,
\'. 1. k (Elliott) i..f. h ifba< 1. Tow.ik*ml
Hu.ll Kty-M halfbaci KarriniMr
UoAyoy '■""HI.- - ', |,* v ;
Si-nrf— l.«f»vftie. 12; UnlnUs. 0. VoUi-hiluwns— Mall
M kvojr. Goali from touchdown* «-). t'..>f.r#'c '
Hulfl^iua 1. '.'■ ■•■ 11. !■■.!•• Davits Prlno«tuu Tinn
keep«i*r-Oruiik«ton and Ham I.hhhi,,. 1. iun# r a ,,,j
M'^nahaii. rii * Tww!) uu<l nft»fn minute halvra.
FORDHAM FINDS WEBSTER EASY.
The Fordham eleven opened the aeanon yenterday
by ilefeating the Webster Academy team. ' w to 0,
Sweeney and Murray played brilliant football The
line-up and score:
Fordhani. Pojltion. Wrtwtei Acad«niy
O'Mallev .. 1.-tt -I.:. . .... .. Doyl«
Il'.-iMui ;».ii l^-'t tackle. Mfiiry
Norton i^-ft B'ianl . . . Devu
<!Uni;on i"scntr< Johnson
M ■;. ■ . . Klshl auanl. . . iSnr«an
Hurra; Rlghi i•■ : .'■■ \\ ,.),. ,
Han ... Rlfni end Mai
(Jaraan ijnort'-rl.a-l; Burke
Sweeney . . l>-f' halfbaol Oe»*i«r
M ■.•.!% . Riahl halfl«.-k Smith
Breinj:, Ktiilbark I'urlfy
S.-. re- F'n 11 im. :;H; \Ve!.»ter. 0. TtoU I ■...» in -»..■■:.•■
•_• Brenran. 1; Norton, 1. MeO**. I. Murray. I Goa'la
kicked — <:arg»j. »i.
BROWN DEFEATED BY MAINE, 6 TO 0. j
[HY ■. K..t-;r TO nit: TIM II INK -I ;
I'rovidence. H. I.'j Oct. 1.-The «tronii L'nlveraii) I
of Maine football ikiiii fought a hard frame with i
Brown here ibis afternoon, the a«ora at the and o( !
the firm half being <> to 0. In the ceconil half i
Maine i....-h<<] the ball ore* Brown's line for the !
only touchdown, and then kicked the goal. Brown I
was weak In the line, and allowed Maine to mukn {
many trains through guard* and tackle* X .
Berirse playMi best for Maine, while Bchwinn and |
Curtis* put up ■ arotxi gam* for Hrown.
* 1. > I.i:: uo-C <M'l< ARRAY "I' IIARUAINS
"•»• he r«nn<4 earn fxnxAny In the little adtertlaemeata j
«f the ■..-,. i .| 1 . la the unrrow column*.
Children's Shoes.
Our Hygienic Shoes
for cold feet and winter wear
are unequalled.
60-62 West 23d Street.
RESULTS OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL.
At Amu-Iran Lracu* l"»ik- rr w inmMa, £.•; W.»:«yan .1
At Cambrtdte^-Harvaril, 24; \vim«mr •>.
»' Princeton— Princeton, 10: GrorKttown o
At I'l Uci-ifl- hla »' t:ti.-> IViiniK. .4 Vlr»ii;!i,
At Ithaca— Cornell, SU- Rovhmter, fi.
At V\>.t folnf — \Y-u Tolnt. t^': Tufts, n
At I'rovMenee Main*-, ti. Hrown. t»
rlrultiirm? o **' 1 X ' U> r>!irt """ uh - tT; Ma«aa c hu»etu A^
At tsyrat-u**— Syracu**. t.l»: riurkson T*-h o
At Schncctadjr— fnion, l. # : Edtaon «'lvi. t)
At S«prtn«neW— Upriocfletd V. M. V. A.. 7 I: - staio ft
At tmherat, v .- •■.■■,•■ 0 '
At Bi-imi Mi» - Bxattr, II; itoivdotn 0
At I■ .. Mun Me — 1« •"». ": Holy Croca .1
At lUrnli. n. N V. - <"nlt;» tr. 2J»; St Ui\r>r-» it
A' rhlca«o^t*hlr»B«, tM; In.ilatiH. t».
\t Ann Arbor— Michigan, R3j i-js.-, n
At lown «'jm--i. »n. h»; Cornell, i>.
A: Mtiiiif>ui»>ll» - U»lin-i .• >•?. .-». ■■ ... «>.
At l»lu. U.»t.iutf Va.— Vlntlnla Polyterhnla Institute m-
.in.. i, ■■ ••,:,. i. ' ' •
At l«>lncton. V a.- --Aarlcultural a:i<l Mechantral roltexa
of North t'arpllna, «; Vtrjtlnla Mllltarj Institut* o
At Carllalf, Penn.— TMrklnson. 5»». Albright, 0
At <*:ir:iil<-. l'»nn — I'arli-t'..^. »; i;euv<»hurir n
At .m ai »i Hill N. C.«-North farolina. :s :■■„>.,
At Atlanta— Georgia, T- r, . 11; 1. rt M.rh^m. n 5 '
At 1..! in.:-. 1. < >hl (. BO; .vflntnl. O.
At (tnrtni L'lnolnnutl. .'•:;. Oasrgatown, «i
At s..uth B*na— Notre I „,!,.,, 12, Wabash .1
At Champaign— llllnolji, 11. Kit. \ 11
At Mini ►•poll* Minnesota, «.'.; Carleton. <».
At Kvanaton Xortbvesttm, "4. Napenrltla •>
At Madison — Wt»c.»n»lß. 15; Koit Sheridan, 'o
At KalamaziKi Kalamatoo, j7; Mlll«-lalr •■
*.. i .',.■• Punlne. -jf i:arl!i«:n i..
At l.lnruln— Xebrmaka. ■»<»; <;ririii^u i.
i./A'/; 77/ old AMERICA.
31. F. riant Telhoflngomnr'i Win
ning of Royal Squadron Cup.
Looking hale and hearty aftw his summer
abroad. Mutton i' Plant, i-oniiaiidmr* of the Uir.h
mont Y;i. lit Club mill owner of the ff B nwu«> ichooner
Ingomar, arrived bj ih« ateamahlp Philadelphia
>.. -t.-r.l.v
■I am glud i" return to New-Yorlt again." s;ti.l
lie. .-is he st«±r>v*ii off the gangplank, "although i
have nothing bui pleaaant recollection* of m: v!«lt
abroad. American yachtsmen may wall be proud,
a»i I am. of the fine record mad* by Hi- Ingomai In
ii- 1 rare* in British and German waters. We were
received moat courteously over than by every
body."
When asked which of the man] trophies won by
the Ingumar ha prtoed the moat, Commodore Plant
replied;
"Tb»y »•«<> all tood raoet, and good prizes, but
the one I Milne the most, iiprhaps. for nentlniental
rawoni, la the Royal v.i.ht Sciuuilron «*n;>. We
won that »ii AiiKuat ."•. and It was tha unit kin.i of
race that tin- «.M America won fifty yean •■* •. This
wna tin* liiMl lime. inc.- then, thai an Americuii
yacht had won a Royal Yacht Squadron ouj>."
Conunodor* Piatil aalil that one of hi.* greatest
pl«aiiorc* while abroad was tnretiiii; and dluing
with the «;. rnjiui Kint>er()r and King Edward, lie
Multl they were uuMiut<-<i in tb«lr tiralM«» of th*> |n»r
fnnnaneea of tl;» luromar. A «r«*k Ix-fur.- lie b.i11.-.i
Commodore Plan* dined with Sir Thomas Upton.
but h.- »a!<l lie was not at liberty to way what their
converaatlon »a» r<*^:tniiti(; tho next eball«n(c far
the America's Cup. it la p. Bjarally underKtootl. how
ever, thut the cltlff i>bstit<-le now Ik the flmlltn,' of a
designer. Oaorot L. Wataon'a physician havlriK for
bidden tin to umlertjtk* the t« sponr-lblUty of <ie
nlKt>li>»r another challeaaar.
When H.*»ke«l t.i go int.. .ifii'iU ••nitoerninK th<»
mi-. ■ in German waters, where ihe ingomar entered
a protest fur i<«Mti«: forcad about to avoid ••• eollistcn
•with th<* Kmp^ror'ji yrnht. Commodore riant re-
Olled:
"You will hay* tii esruae in* from dt««*ns«lns that
«ut>Ject. The Inckltut has rtiMed. and there ba»
Double »S. & H.» tircen Trading Stamps Alornlnjrs This Week from 8:30 ™
12 o'clock. Thereafter, Single Stamps Until Closing Hour.
furniture,
fPoiverfutty jOow {Prices for
Jtr t/cics 97/ost demanded 7/ow.
The Furniture Store starts the ball rolling for October
by featuring such specials as are in greatest demand
China Closets. Dining Chairs and Tables. Sideboards.
Metal Bedsteads, Iron Folding Couches, Rockers and
Morris Chairs will be on sale to-morrow at prices that
will enthuse throngs of customers.
China Closets.
CHINA CUWEir? — A* IK'.i»
trat^d. t-.j ■ •! so!U! p»k. tor
r*n»! made of qtiart»r»<3 oak.
frarn* of ,l..<r «nd NT »id»«
v'en«*red with i|ii«»Hwil <•■»'•<
ha» <Ju»fpix<:.r rt'V.r. ' '*■
xr<""v«».l »h»i>»*. r»'''»n tinl^n
an.l hignly polish*'!.
/2.50.
'Dining Chairs
DINING Ml.- — *■ '.'•'"!»
(rated: r;al» "f s'.liil oak. qnar
i»rfi oak po.r«»:i»'i 'a »>-. *> qq
6ci .-met! Boat?, '
•i\i\'-. • ;ivir;s v ■ ■ ■ "» ■
1
Vt\ ..' ■ -'T I, **"
Sideboards.
ftV.W) fiOUiES OAK .MDEBOAIBPS !«».«»•»
i«rv.i»» .-.«-> f. l >n.v o.Vic it.»«»
*::>(»> ROUIES OAK StDEKOARPS UT.«»«»
?>.«> i;'«!.l>K\ OAK SIDEBOARDS !!».."«»
$24.00 GOLDEN OAK SIDEBOARDS IW.OO
'Dininep Uablcs.
SIO.OOCOL.DBN <'\K DIXIXCJ TABVEf ... T.r.O
«i-. n,, .:. ,t.:i \ OAK I'lNlNf. TAHI.KS. .. . I«mh»
?].;<»».:«•!. i'i:\ <»\k DlxiNfl tables..;. I2.i»«»
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MECHANICAL ENGINEER
ING. :.\ ROBERT If.
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Kus:.. Director of Sibley Col
lege of Mechanical Engi
neering*. Cornell University.
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JournaL
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In tht* Massachusetts Insti
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Member of Boston Transit
Cointivlssion.
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President of the Century
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ADVERTISING, »-> M M ..11.1.A.M and En«ln»*r,
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THE SAALFIELD PUBLISH ING COMPANY, AKRON.O.
hffi» j.lt,>-»-tJ'.er ... much said about it nlremly.
An Am. ii. .in yachtsman, however, who "A as ou
board the inK"" l « ir th:it .in . . when >><••*••» yeslerUajr.
RpoKe freely „,, the subject.
"The lint Is," . t.i-1 he. "that tlu> Parkers, ""'I
ottter nklpperd over them thai suit the .■; i ■!. racing
i lit iio not ran t«» •W.-ftuu :im>- yut-ht thai tli*> Km
|it-r<»r In Mullln?. 'I'ii. knt>« it would mean ut» •' |i<l
to their yachting career, if ihey should Instsl oa
lot* rich! of way. when I"- is ut Uit- wheel. <>»• *-v*»ti
m board. Captain Barr. ...i th« liiKouvar. refiwed
to give way. beeauiw lie was In Id- -right, man h«
f.»uu.l that \.\u- »'••'• ■•" wonM i».- i-ui town II U- kfi>i
on. it was ..r.i 1 then that h<« m> k>«l j»!ii{» '•■ avolO
■ • nil.- \v'.ii< ii iiiKiu »i»v«- |il;., ...| the !•: i ; 11 I••1 •• •!••! -
liC- in «)sis> »rer "
Commodore Plant M»trt.>«l tor NewLoailon >•;-
rente] by tli- 3 i>. •»• "fxpre** While there lie wiM
»Ml the Ingmnar. Which Is h*inK , i() up for ll»f
winter.
il m ■■— "■' .. '. >.»(• .
|O I»%V Is TM». |>Tv
The resnlitr i»»"*ttn«; ef Ik* mini little hn<lne*«
torus x;
the "J.lttli. Ad». «•* «he Wo P i c ." tjßtl thfnt UJldcr
£ncmcltcd bedsteads.
ENAMELLED KKDSTEADS- As iihurrat-l; 1 inch
l^,at«: h»avv Jaterals. bnt.«s top ratla Ami 9 9 -
J. 75
ron Voiding Couches,

9J/orr/s Chairs
M.'RRIS <*<«•» —*- ••<*»•
oak. *>r..a.l Sffit*. h«iW">n»»tr
• ar\<l pf*f.«. rom?t«» *»"• flS
urcl vrlijur etiahioßSj
6.75
Books and Publication*.
CAREERS
FOR THE
COMING
MEN
A Handsome New Book for ite
! • «W NSiM.
FARMING, by 1.. 11. i:\ll.KY. l'i
rector of t!u- Agricultural Col
l-'Ke. Cornell University, atnl
Rditor «>f Country Life In
\mert :1
JOURNALISM. is WMITKI.AW
UKID. Kdltor of the New York
Tribune.
THE STAGE, by JAMES K.
HACKETT.
PUBLISHING. by F. X. DOVBLJ:-
I DAY.
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CAREERS FOR THE COMING
MEN is handsomely bound in
. loth. r.'ir... K-'li 1 . st;uni>»"il.
THE HOUSE ASD CAEEIAGE Hi»
hh ,t.
ah -it IV Orneu. N\>. 220 UV*t KUty-.tfhth-st.
h;:s Inm^Hl his faeUitl** t\.r BNtbl U» *•»«"•»
for h..w<*. enntiKtx*-* to hire by tb« moot* or sea
m i...s on hand a cnoice lot of hi»i» a-:tte».
oi»l«» 4iii<l c«>u<-h am! i>:ulil!r holies.
Tii«- Un. of tail an.l witter wI»K-«*. >tlMaV
him smart ittaUon wagon*. 3r0.1u0.nl »m '| n ' v
.■staia:sh.u rim, of ,-..■ »* nail***. "" ";
.;-..>. N., a Wocttr-*- °"
ii,« ir <huwriiiiin<i.
Mr. Ware, manager of the Metropolis" Ruling
Mr. Wan-. m..iian#-.
a. Mil x,,. ._•« ... m •*>* *™> slstb '*!;;. ft *iV
notmff« that ItM l>illl.»t.ljS N>r!TV>l> "•**" ** o e jirrh
ha« t»*.v» entirely r.m>VHt»d ;• ■: * 1># * w ""*„,, ; ,i;<-< I
.•lv«!» Hor*»s procured. ar«l :h:« l h * ?>i *"* *- ii>-S
•<vr*e of ih^ in«.«t com»*t«ot riilui» Inairucw
could be obtained.
dockers
14.«»> (9M*KCR^ — A.« ill'is
*at.M. m»h<^rxfy finish, mlv
Itor *«;»'*. rtnciy flrii<<h»<i «n,i
aais 2 00
Ll.rrf> RfV-KKK.~ mabr-ganj 1
!n*!y fnish#.». £. /
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KHKKS. 1.1~ P.. rresi.i^r-t
<>f I't'.iversity of Rochester,
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smith. Es-Prealdeni ol N*-
V Chamber of Conim»»r>'e.
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l>r. GEORGE R SIKW.-
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