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College Football & Baseball
Another Test for the
Big Football Elevens
Yale Expects Hard Fight to
Down the Army Team
at West Point.
Hardwick and Captain Wendell
on Side Lines?Tigers Will
Clash with Syracuse
This Afternoon.
Naw Haven. Oct. 11?Tha Tala coachaa
X,ut th* final I ruehei on ?' tnir
tv .- - ? rool iyer* who lefl How
Hnv.ii to-nlgl i foi ' ie Iraportaal ajarae
v-ith t:. W'oM Point to-moi
row. The atsi a; practlc* wm lonajar than
1? mual before an Important game, bul
the ineff of th* Tal*
?piays haa been due laraaly to a lack ?'f
ann othn< >* In .x< ' lha baart
-,i> for thi* appeared lo ba a alirnal
amc to-morrow la thc moal feared
b ... roaches ol any <.n tiie achedula
v, . ,-.?;.tlon of ;h< aa BBalnal
Princeton and Harvard. Vale'a be* teama
have been beaten by Weat Polnt tn tiie
past, and nfter two BU4*c4sBBlve 4**f*at*
the iinder-Tra.lii.-ite!. nro elaraorlBB f?r *
Vlctory. "The Yale N.-ws" ln an edltorla!
this morning rxpreeaad the lentimenl and
lio faeiini hns araoaad a qrocBi rtxovotm
Ticktts Bra acarca becanw of the larxe
rrowd v hlch will nttend the ajama
*r*han.-< - for " vlctory are conatdered more
ithan even Yale has a powerful even lf
'a green team. but one whlrh ls llkely to
?l velop llke a whlrlwind or fall mlser
ably. It la ?Tfely becatisa of the Mpected
.ieat and to soo iiow the men meet lt that
?.. many underpraduates Will foi low the
Yale will dlaclOM little ln the way of
reu play* bul th* coachea thlnk lt stronp
gh defenarrely to prevent Weat Point
'from scortns: a touchdown and feel eon
fldem thnt it can wln hy the poW*T of at
ta.k ln sdraipht football ratber than by
?ti ? I'lay.
Vi.;.- lfl relylng lareely on Flynn for of
f. !v<- atraasth. His puntJng aloaa la a
, ,nd he should gain at least
1. ? avarj axchanae. Ha la alao
e w?- derful ground gainer. and hl? sperd,
.. ? . - and ablllty make hlm almost Ir
?t. ] rjpen fleld work. What ba
Ly ran do agalnal wi'l be interrnt
S 1 tba beat cmdltion, but
n ,, .- outThl n ' mar
hla i
Caj np and Phllbln will b* tbe
other back* and both are hard men t<
?top and aie ateady ground galnera Thi
latter aeema lo have ra ovared frora h:s
fumbUng tendemies.
The Va!>- m-'t. WhO B4M th* pan'.e wl'.l
not* j: . ement In tha offanalva
vork of tho en ' -ecially Ga I
in n thla waa* tl
bolea for tter than ever be?
fore. Ketcham, at centre, win be a
atroi.K l'ali i olnt Tho tackie* and gnardfl
are t XD4 . t- n tO ba rellahle. if not hrllliii.'it.
?Th- Uu* ma] waka up i.-i su-h a hard
, d it has tha ;? rw< r t i BO) OBB1 llaa
i ? ?
lt I: -cided to start Harblson at
| a of York. becauae of hla
aggressiveness, strength arid apeed. Cor
neil win start at qi_rterb4Bck beoauaa of
his ir.dividual rapabllltiea aa an all-'
irou r-ar.not run a taa_
well. 1 ut LoftUfl and Wheeler, the moat
ln this reapect, are too Inexperl
Both may play, for Caa_ah'a
bo stiff the coar-hes do not wish
,c him ualaaa :t lt- abaolutely nectw
it ip not Howa'a Intantloa to use many
aubetltutea Su< ii a game aa this will lf
labl* ralaa in wai?oa a gre.-n
team togather, and for thla reaaon tha
rlll try t-. k*ap B_ 'varslty
intact ao fai HOBl Ofory
.:, i.ii-y, and
tt ,;. uaually dl4Mtppolntlna.
Talbot, l-it tackie; Cooney, l.-ft
Ku.ud; Ketcham. oantxe; HarblaoB), rlght
guaiu; W. Warren, rlght ta.kle. Avery,
right ei.d; (oriall. quarterba. k, 1'
left halfl.ack; Sj aid.ng. rlght ha;,'
'?'ii nn, taUbar k.
Harvard Stara Out of Game.
; i?v Tetegi a Tribune.]
Camt rl ib'?-. 18.?Harvard
will ba unable to prtiaent ita str4mgtst at
uik ii^..inst Ambaral lo-inoTtww b***at_a
Cf . tWO "f :ts B4 -t bii'-kheld
men, H. Haidwi'k and Captain Wemi-ll.
Hardwl k waa hurt in the riard b.tiih
mage yesterday, and was not on the B4M
to-uay. Wben CaptalB Wei.d.ll cam.
down to th-- sUiuium all hnnds w.-re aur
j i is. u to aaa bh baad awathed in band
ng.-p. it turna oal that he racatvad ?
teverr biOW on the fi'.rle of the heal OB
Thuis'lav aftarrMsOB, mA his ear has b*-on
}.i!r,n,?- greatly. H" aaa what is diag
noaed as a "tin ear," and whlle ht- la ex
jx-cted v. return t" the game .?hortly he
wlU hava t.. 1 ? .at.fiil frir a tlme.
W.-nd. 11 and Hiirdwick will b.- mlrse-l
to-n.oriow Brlcklajr ls in condition to
play once more, aad Harvard'B line will be
aa etron.v- aaaiaat WlUUraa lt
la douhiful Wharthar O'Hnen and Tnimhiill
wlU start. Miiholland belng tho likili.-st
man t'. play OB* end, with Kelton on the
other. Btorer and Hltchr-ock will be the
;..,. wblle F Wlthlngton will have
ther chanca to play at rkfhl Kuar.i.
Trambull was usi-d at centre to-day for
ti whlla but r__eatar will iday against
Harvard expecta to do better
ngair.Ht Amheral to-morrow than laat fall,
when tha s'l.te was only 11 to 0 ln the
t'rimaon's faw.r
Th.- practlee this afternoon was llght
The signal drill. howe'. er, wa* long, and
there WBfl 'he osual "duininv'' ?<tlmmai?e
l.et?een the 'varnty and the substltutes.
Ther* waa no acorlng by rushlng, but
_rlncaley ki'krd two fleld goals fiom the
|8*yard I
Brlnckley will be in the back fleld to
morrow wlth Bradlaa nnd Iyoirnn, the laat
namtd now br-lng uecd aa a halfl.ack ln
Btead of at rjuartet. Hairy Cardner will
run the team, and lf Harvard does woll
Kreedl-y, who waa third aubatltute quar
t?r laat fall, may have hla flrat oppor
Lacasal 8aU*7. L L
Saturday, October 191h.
na, i, i ii i: Irsava pennsyl
. l.i at. and 7th av*., N.
y , 11.80 n :,: ., i'i 1X48 l> BB. U*aV8
, iah Ava. Siatlon.. Batur
A.tv ,, :;i ii :.<i *. rn and lii.lfl p. m.
ReirhHrt from li ... N. Y., by ferry lo
r t'l KMl RA( K. 2 V. M._
Sol Metzger to
See Yale Play
fcol Metrger. former rsptaln and hesd
roarh of tlie PennnylTsnla football eleven,
Srtn ro BB Weat Potnf to-fl?y to aee llie
gale Araay game. Hla analytlrel story
of Ibe atniirirle vslll be an added featnre
of the fli.ortinr; peae in to-morrow's
tunity of the Beason to see what he can do
with th.- 'varstty team
Tigers Ready for Syrscuee.
.. rsjrapn lo Tl ? THI ?< ?' i
Prlneeton. N J., Ocl ll Ugbi wort
?raa In order on Oaborne FleW lo-daX
There waa no acrimmage, bui tbe eoa. haa
ran the Prlneeton elev*n through a long
liuiir and a ball1 alsnaJ drltL Th.' Tigers
expect a hard ati igsle wlth Byracuae to
. . - gltspatiick gave mo?l
of ti... . . real. Captaln Pendle
toti played the entire practlce, bui DeWltt,
Bhei i. an I '? Trenkmaa wara nol on tbe
Held, and In all probaWlltjr will nol he
nsad ln to-inorrow'a game. PenfleM and
W. Bwarl vmP. t.e tiie- oul In the llne,
while Barle Waller wltl play at fullback.
ai tbe ekaae oi tbe practtce Tona wilson
Sav.i tl.e llnemea a nfteen-mlnute work?
out ln breaklng through und bloeklng,
nrhlle ' Hobey" Baker and Pandleton were
busy at place kloklng. "?tsw" Bakai
la tba ebolce for quarterbaok ts-nierrow.
lie and I'mnioiis baTfl bflBjO fightlng lt
out all the week for ilrst Btting bonors,
land at prasanl the former Hlll School
player baa the call.
The game with Syraouse is of especlal
lnu-rest to the undi-i grad lates. ln that
it glves Ihe Iir9t opportunity for a 08BB*
j,arlson between the Yule and ITlnceton
elBTens fslfl defoated Syracuse by a
score vt 21 to 0.
"Doggy" Tr.-iichard, ft, and Howard
Henry. .U. the Btar end rush ol DeWltt'a
chainplonshlp eleven, were on tba il-IU
aaalatlng in the work of BOSCl
Th*- llne-up for to-roorroa as announced
by Cunnlngban wii; h?- aa followa:
i..-it end, Andrews; left ta.kle, Philiips;
left guard. "?/. Swart; .entre, Biuethon
thal; rlght guard, Logan; rlght tackle,
Penfleld; rlgiu end. F. Trsnkman; quar
terback. B. Baker; left balroack, Pendle
ton; rigbt balfback, ll. Baker; fullback,
Dartmoutk Off ror Williema.
(fty TVleirr.iT-h tr. Th. Tr:
Hanover. N. H . Oct. 18-Twenty-four
ii en Oi tho Part mouth squad Isfl f>?
Wllllamstown ii.ls morning. They were
mpsnled by CaTanaugb and Kank
? hart, the coechea, and Bowler, tho tralner.
Aside from those who are laid up with
| serlous injuries the team will be ln falrly
. !. . aVaaaUgh ls eonfldent of
i vi. lory. 1 ,it is not countlng on a blg
acore, bacauaa of tbe a> sence of two w
j three of hts Btar men from the llne-up.
, Ho haa prepared the backfleld men
! agaln Bt Williams'a formidable forward
ajid bsa auoeeedee" in gettlng the
1 Bag mon to taekla low nnd bard.
j The followlng men made tho tri(.: Cap*
tain Benaett, Bngleborn, Kst.-).. V7hlt?
more, Hlckox, Hli mai r, Re tor, Lou?
don, Ashton, Llewellyn, Qhee, Ifd nl<
lough, Hogeett, W. Kogen*, l). Rogera,
Barlow, Murdock, "A'hltney, Olbaon, I'.ar
ends, Snow, Jebnson and Milmore.
Penn Team Hopes for Victory.
? By Telegrai h * Tl - Tribune i
PMIadelpbla, Oet. i*.?with Toung, tho
star end. out of tho game, bacaUBB of ln
Jurlop, Pennsylvania will hardly ba aM? to
prt wnl Ita beal eleven agalnat Hrown to
naorrow, a!t)n ngh the cca. hea are h< peful
of \i<tor> by a good acore. Whaton wiii
ba Jourdel k running m.ifo, and ho la^k*
the speed Hnd ezperlenee of Toung.
The abaenoe of Rodgsn vvin _1m mak>>
tne line an uncertsln proposltlon, although
when the aqusd left for Provldo'i.-.- thia
afti-rroon all r>;^r*- aatlafied Of t
i nd aii.iiiiic a few polnta
for ttltereat The Qa.ik.-r r oaxl.'s . x;'ort
a hard game, and b'-yond B r-tiff slrnal
drlll all otbSf work was dl?r>eriH. d Wltb
for the day.
Tho team will llnis-up sgnlnat Hrown a.3
ix-ft on.i. Whaurton; loft tackle, Wilson;
i.ft guard. Journeay; centre, McCall;
rlght guard, Qreen; rlght tackle, Plllun;
rigiit end, Jourdet; quarterbwek, afarabtll;
l.-ft balfback, Bflnda; rigbt balfback, Har
rlagton; fullbaca, M.-rcer.
Hard Scrimmage for AmherBt.
Amberat, Uaaa., Oet l& "Molnie"
Hol.bB, former All-Amerlcan ta.kle, gave
i.is eaargaa at Amberst a long; bard drlll
tO-day. The 'vaxHity lln*d up agalnat th*'
t-.-i ibJ for. the full afterr.ootfs work. The
ball was glven to the eorubs In mldfleld
al the 'tart, hut they were held for dewna
and lo^t the ball.
Tl ?? 'varsity msds two tourhdowna ln
nn bour and tweuty mlnutea. Hobhi
.Iril'o'l the baokH ln breaklng up forward
Williama Squad'a Hard Week.
Willlamatown, Mass , Oct. IR.--Fred Paly
h>.?> beaa woradng th*- wiiuams foottaii
squad on WeSten I-'h-ld nt a pretly raidd
rate i-inoe ti;. neginnlng ef tha areek, and
),e BBfJBBlfl t8 T'tit ft tiu.ro harderx-.l t*'i-n
agalnst Dnrtmouth than that Whfeb fa.ed
tha I'rlmflon oloven on last .Saturday. In
olmost every reSpect the practleo has heen
very enooi.ragliig and the quality of thj
play has lmproved wlth eyory day's WOrk.
Toolan an.l l.evvla have found the knack
of making flve or ten yi.r.ls aftST they
have heen vlrtually tackled, and thln has
purr.led tho soeond team ronslderably.
Jlunnewoll, fonmrly Mihatltuts. qnarter
hark, has bflaBB trled out at rlKht half, -o
placlng Prlsroll. He was i.artleularly
promlnent ln the forward paaa work on
Tuesday Turnflff has not nhown latoiv
the llne-hu 'klntr ahlllty whlch he dls
ptSjrad at the heglnning of the season.
Thia week the varsity has been obllgod
to face two elevens every afternoon
Flrst the freshmen are brought on and
tlien the second eleven. The 'varalty
has 8icceed(d in soorlng one or two
touchdowns every day on atialght plays,
but the work wlth the forward pass has
not he. n especlally hrilliant. On thfl
wh*?le, however. Fred Daly ?eem? pretty
w< 11 satli-H.-d wlth the prellmlnsry v.o. k
for the Part mouth game.
The Fordham 'varsity football team
w^nt through a llght slgnal drlll yester?
day afternoon In pre|*rat!on for the gama
wlth Rhode Island State College this
afternoon at Aincrl.an LBBgttfl I'ark Al?
though tho llne Is mat.-rlally woak.ned hy
the absr-tire of Cuptain I Unohcllffe at and
and Mnlvay at guard, who were sus
pended hy the faculty on accouni of <on
dltlona, the team ls confldent of succeBH.
& Thoroughbred Racing _* Boxing ?* /
Two Syndicates Formincj to
Take Over the Stock.
Feeling Strong in Philadelphia
That Horace Fogel's Star
Is Setting.
Philadelphia, <? t. U.?Two ?yndirntes
are known to bo formlnp to take OVCI th4
Btock of the Philadelphia club of tb) '
tlonal Leaflju* and one of th<-m ls ln
parUcularly haalthy enndltJon, romj
largely of oapltallata and flnanctera
have unllmlted meiuiB ;it th-ir dlap
and are ready to pay a gond price.
It |fl fr-lt here thnt Hotf.ro 1
d?-nt of tha 'lub. haa run hls ??
that the owners of other clnbs In tho N..
tlonal fioagna will danand his "l ?
nnd get lt when Mfl trlal COttiea I
mrmth on the c^artrc" pn f?-rr< d tfJ
.r. I.ynch and one or two ai I I
Tha ? ir.ck of the c!uh has bo*n quoted
at a r'remlum to the ayndicati
1 v GilHlavo Mi yr-r\ tiie j iMIsli. r of
Qerman Oaaette, ' wl ? ;?
a largo fortune from .
able tr, r r
haa fonno'i a s> inMcate r.f a
h:s fii> i - ?? ara ? -.t*<l ln ??
the younger tni f the Ht t,
ar.d lt la aald thal t. ? r ara not I
paylnp what the Klliotta aak f"r tl
Should thla propoaltlon not ? I
lt ls said thal thera la anothei
forrolng a bl h ln .
men who aold thelr holdinga tn tha '?
iiti'-ai Inti raata Ih Lt lai.Id o il
Elttotti Tbeaa m< to low
control of the .iu!>, and tl
n'ti-r it now thnt !? lfl agaln gi
rk> t.
in aome qui
thal Fogel'a m.-.i i - - set i la ???? l
symi -ith;,- fr, in the men whi
ed mllllona of doflara In '. i
tin v regard hlm nol ao much aa
who has hurt thera aa a poaltlva mi
t'i the pain.
Thc BlUotta mv thnt the) hav* recalvi I
an off. r for thelr st.>'-k. bul they will not
mentlon flKur." Wllllam Blllotl aald to
day: ".My MpB an- ?al-,! nt t llfl tlma I
;im not r-ady tO talk. Yrs. nn r.irr-r haa
baan mad.-. bul it Ih aot tlma to <i.
what we an- golng to do When Wl
rtady wa arlH tulk. but nnt untll then. "
li. th? mi.-iti tlma th* Meyeri aynd
arhlch i* pa11.- I ?r' ? i l Ident
Aupust Harrmann of the Cli club,
is buay, ai -it; freel pr< dlcted thal
these, Qerman bankera win be thc new
ownaVa of th. club by the tlma the Na
tlonal Leagu* meet* In New forft
Novemher 1'V
Fruits of Sharpe'3 Coaching To
Be Shown To-day.
! Ilv T< !? urtij.h to T)i?> Trli BBM 1
lihaca, N* Y. '"i 18 Dlapenjrlng wlth
fleld work. l>r. Bharpe gathered hla foot?
ball playera together thia afternoon to
thrash out th.- playa which will ba uaed
againat Penn .^tato to-morrow. Dr
Bharpa haa aald repeatedly that the most
he r-r.uld hOP* for BgalUBl lha 'r.'tiir
J'l-nnsylvanln eln-i n w.ih n, low aoora ln
tho d4.f<at, but thlfl evenlng ba toM th ?
men that 0*014 M lfl pOflflribia, ,'ni'l that fl
vi.-torv was rrohahie.
The gama to-morrow wlU he CorneU'a
first football taol 'hls sen.son, nnit r-.r
talnly the first s<-rnbl.-in.-e of a t.-st nf Dr.
Sharpe'e coachlng. For th* rpt tlme playa
decipned hy Dr. Bhari.r- and ht* BOWOrkera
wlU be uaed by Iba I'ornell t.am Notfa
Ing but repular fonaafJOBB and ol< tn-nta iv
football hft? be.-n Baan on i'*-r>-y Fleld.
i.ast Taaailaj Dr. snarpa iiacovarad hla
plana and work; slnce then ba haa baan
conllned to perfrctlng an entirely Baw B8t
of algnals, *i 08*14 at once more lntrb.it.
and of preat.-r scope.
No annonncement wna mnde ns to th>
line-up which will start to-morrnw'a BJ8_M
Some of the vr-teraris are Btlll laonapOOed,
anil lt !h hardl.v poaalbla that Captain
Baatfa Butler wlU deo hls topn. Tah-r, hls
nnderstudy. has beasB. under Dr. Shaip'-'"
personal Instructlon of late, and much
coafldenoa la placod in him.
lexlngton, Ky , Oct IS Hnlri BBBBfld
the poatponement of to-day s < loslnp trot
tlnp proprammi' of the grand clr.-ult races
tlll to-morrow.
The Morrlfltown BOhOOl fOOtbflJ] team
defeated the MaoKenal* aehool alavaa at
Morrlstown yeaterday afternoon I
ar-ore of 2fi to 6. The game waa playcd
hard and fani on both stdes.
College and School
Football (iamrs
l. ...is. II
^i.lr ra \r..u . . "Teel P?l?l
li ii v.i.-ii . a. iBBkerel <???>?
IVim-.i Iv.i.iiii ??. Itr.,\w. l*ro.
1'rin, elon v?. -?v. in see I'i i
Vui , \ ?. *?iva.l l-Mio.
ii?rti,,.,i.ili ... tVllltama Wllllamsloarn
I srlikle IndlaaM v a. Plltsbeirgh
i ',., ih
I" nrn<-ll ... Pi :iri --li'' ... . I
| .f ,, . ! |. | . | . ? s I ..?..11
N.vv l.irl. I nivrr-it) \s. W/fsl
I. I It-Ill
loisnir ts. Trinlty. Hartferd
I'oltn v- Boetoa t'ellrge . . Wnlerrllle
i I ...i. vs. IViin. Mllltary II
l(rn-.srliirr v s. *i.wti? II
I'.im i.ii.Tl v?. Hl. I'. iM.entare I
Rim ii.-?ior v?. I ni.... H ? heeler
I itsjrre va llubarl N> w Hn->i-?? I. k
II !,... 4- Vll.ldleburj i llntoa
. 4?. Tnfl. M<
riatrs vs l'. A v>. i ,,i.-, I ewla|4aara
v .I.ind J.'.. i. r? l am.
I , v ngtefl I'i nn.
ll ,,. ? . ii r I'.lv . ?? Sm II >ii .
\l ,,J -.|rr
V) i ? r
< l.l. age re. lee '
?? ,., lolilml. l?
??. Ohlo \) ? s! . in ?
l ?? llli.l.,:.
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Ki m rt I. ?.'? Bl I ? ih
M. k. i rrlghtoa.... n"< ih ?
I., ..? | ? . > a II tdljrj Terr- II ,
S( HlHH I, IM1 |
. r, f ??. paiaraag P?wTTng
4 Initiri. ts. I.na.nii.a I'lii, Oi il
)'..lt I'rrp v ?. flt.
>? \r? v, ..rk Mllll '"
,ii i ,n l-.irl.
it.n.' mal. v i ? ii Oi ina ' . a?
- ? ? i: ? . ii . .?;
I il.ll.ir.i l.l v -. I ?
I onim. I i
hl t-a. iir..ikiv,i Prep ,
"Beal the Oubsandril GiveYon
$1,500," Said Coi
? ?
I .
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plled ? ny.
Fflw Ohangei ln 1 Line
Up?Weslcyan Oonfldent.
i Olcott, Ihe h. d ? oa< b.
i Irlll ln i unnlng dov. n p ? n*l In
? h ? in
ln thia Ini
ahnwn ll
d i
w. !i ln the llne i luni i
and Mii"iii- Ihe time be
? : aftei
: be al rlghl half, 11
who i iad< ? uel ? iir
1.1 . ?? ? iturdaj
iiIhk back punta and ln -
agaln take i f tl ??
?|, .- llnernen arlll bi
wlth <'or... ii. wiii; the ? \ ? ption "f
Coleman, who will In all probablll
i >-|.ia . ,1 f.,i a pe rt of h>
\\"hi-i. r. who plaj ed on ? ? ,? ln
llne will con i rt ot i lul
i-ft end; Welner, left I
l.-rt guard. TofTenoe, centi ? rlght
guard. v. i aley, rlghl I
rlghl .'nd.
[1 ? ? ae.]
Mi Idh town, Cona . Oet li a loni
ii.ii praetlea aad n t!sosi Bcrlmmagi a i"
tha prepai atlon .lak.- Hlgh ga a thi
11-\ii11 t.ani thla afternoon In anl
of thelr aniiu.tl |.teSl wlth Kes I
rnh.-islty at I nlv.isiiv Helghtfl to
rnorrow Both Captaln Baeen and I
an- confldenl of winning, as arltfa b rle
tory ovei Brown to Ita eredtl snd tha
bonor of i.iiii.-: the only loam to aeora on
Fala thus far, they regard "rYesley.
bsvtag ono of thi- best elevens among the
small collagsa of thfl Baat
Tho Hns.np lo-Bttorroa arlll ba praetJ
eally the aame as la the Brown eonti >.
M all of tha men eanae ..ut aithout in?
Hlgh haa apenl bbosI of his time this
w.*'k ln plannlng a defence for the for?
ward pass, New Feffe belng p
BtronB in thla regard Hi alao has been
bracing up the bncka, aa thla baa
ona of tha an aki -'? apota ln Uw t> an
? lofors.
Rout Cubs in Ninth Game of
Intercity Series.
Frank Char.cc Dicgusted and
Loaves thc Fiold After the
Fifth Inning:.
' l.uno ] ,
? i v". r i : .-? Ing nlno
ti 1 bv tl a Whlta Sox ln
the lnt< bli h i anw to an ? n.t
: ,? i ra m
rn to a
,,[?? of II to o.
: i-'rank Chance,
Cub* that after the
flfth t to tha
went hom*
? apecta
i ever
held, i ? twean
. 0 -
came > ? k for a atrong flnlah and
ln th" la- ? i'ntll this
? ?- and Red Boa
? ? ' , ? ? ;
: ? ?
itrong aa h<
1 f.?r
. only
an Innlnp,
ilaughter li
? i ? i ?? Bt*
t of tl flre.
ol M
? 17 0
0 .. o 0 0 .' ft 4 |
I.a\*n-I*r. ]
??.;'?',:> aND SOX WANl SHARE
Petition for Extra Receiptsfrom
Interleuguo Series.
i i ihnny Even ai d 0.
: il i iiv.
?'? hit.- Boi ln the
i itlon, yesterdaj
are In tha
, ?
? Murphy and
:? nt and \\ ni'.- on Murphy, i'
key said he would be glad t.. hav* tha
? |p| of tha
,: inaenl
lon and wlthout
: ile*
. pn. aaked "I toe" w hlta to put tha
tltng initii by a
aiiihi.iii.v ?? Ie, and promlaed to
undi r iiiivis.-m.-iit.
Many Local Elevens to Meet
Rivals on Gridiron.
Bui ra 'n atora for tha i?> U
? tiihi altarrMoa, nrben prao
, ,-rv local football team arul
ri-.ai .,n tha grMlroa. i*a w Itl
i llnton, Iforrla, Itanual Training and
i.i ? mufl iiiii ara araoag thoaa thal aill
plajr, Cblaf Intereal eantraa abovt tba
meetlng of Da vwtt Cllnton and Braamua
iiaii hlgh Bcbools, which aarltl naeat al
Lenox OvaL Lenoa avanaa and la*th
Tha taama wara aehadulad orig
lnally to play Bt Ain.-ii.an 1*888188 l'ark.
b it it ih.- hiHt in.iin.-nt plans W8t*a
i nnd i.? noi Oval waa choawa.
EUvalry runa hlgh batwaan tha laaaaa
Laat year Da Wltl Cllnton won tba oham
plojiahip of graatar Naw Vork, bat *aiiy
in tha aaaaon Braamua Hall beat Cllnton
eor* Of I id -'. Thla WlU be the flrat
. for Braamua iinii. whlle Cllnton aaa
alr.-.i.i i iil aud haa 8*OB all
Manual Training will meet the pow.-rfiil
New Yoiii MUltary Aeadamy ei.-ven at
Waahlngton> i'ark. and from avery lndt
eatlon aaa more than aa avan ehanoa of
winnlng Tha Hlgh Bchool of Commerce
will travel to Pawllng, whera they meet
the Pi wllni tschpol eleven Commi rc?
.1 i . down :?>>? upetate bvla, i ul Bd
ind, the i ? a. h. u. clured l tal nlght
thal ha waa eonfldenl of winnlng thla
11ni.*. Iforrli and Btuyveaant, two of the
md night" vvtrfl llght ll out at tha
Brona dvuI.
Bantam Champion Outboxed by
Williams in Fast Bout.
Shows Speed and Skill of the
Once "Terrible Terry" and
Big Crowd Applauds.
"Kld" Williair.s, of Baltiniore, WbO rS
called Terry afcGovera when theA'Brooh
]. n Tem .?" wsa In ala prhne, autbosed
and outpolnted Johnn Coulon, tba recog
nlaad baatamwelgfat champion of Anaar
iea, ii. ten cyckaalc rounds of hoxing at
Msdlson Bqusra Qsrden last nlght "fhera
was im room for a dlfferenea "f optnlon
,1,,. even ?' reaaonsbh) doubt, a- ta arho
the winnei mlgbt be. ln aeven " t -u tbe
ten rounda th- tow-haired deacendsnt of
ind tore
?., i . ,-1..1 . ..v.-r the
game W llllama ?"eli ie i 114
;, 111.
n prlse of manj, Wllliama
. i , btos) ;'s the
battle aroraj along, while tho champion
ov ? i Ihe . :f" tfl of the I
, oulon pl inged Into
thi r. jot th ??'? ?< ao
... ? |i holda upi n his
'. u la a time bonored trt k of
Ihe trade. uai r a man down, but
evldentlj made of Bteel and
,: foi ? .- n ? impllahe I what few
,,,!_, r ,, ? . r done -he outrougbed
Coulon, beat hlni at his own game but
not once dld be employ a quastlenaMa
htlfl vlctory WSfl elesn cut and do
Vniliamfl Bhowed a elde of his Bklll
whlch be aever axhlblted before. Ue wai
BS Clever as Coulon?and his
1,-ft han I Jahs were BUI h ln evldonce as
-.... boul pn ir< aaed Time -md agaln ho
?:,,!? coulon mlaa a rlghl hand lead for
tha hesd, and tben ripped ln the loft bs
ild overor cUnch,
? . I.,und he made Coulon mlaa
and whlpp I ovw 3 left to tbe chln th.it
made the champion eettle, baeh on his
, | i ?.-, but Johnny was eool
I | ; . ? out Of dang.-r until
ti..- ball rang.
Will; I and lorfl away at the
body, an.l when Cbuloo lefl tha rlng many
red apota sbout his aolsr plexua bore BlVant
teatlmony t.> tbe forca of the South.-rner's
pum I'.
Coulon was as COOl as a CUCmber when
11 rang. While WUIlStna was Just a
trine nervoua. Hla I > arsa whlte and
set, bui doggedl) determlned, while the
. ,i md ahuffted around,
ting for an ? ? Wllllan i left an
treak Co ilon shot a
left to the body nnd dOVO Into a short
!!?> led a lefl to the body agaln,
i bnl ? WlUlama landed his own
1 rit-ht on tl nd, awttchlng a left to
i th.- head, landed clean Wlth that ln.?t
biow ifldence, aU thal ho aaa da I
to wli. R ? ht then am" there he bcgan to
I tha fi-;ii' snd aeldom r-rased.
Ilttls thfl betti r if th*
second row I a fSW clean lefts
and driving tl.e rlght horne to body and
)aw wlth a prettj ahow of fonce. but at
? | W'Mlams was eom?
lng a Blvlng ns good as was sent.
| BSW thfl tsdfl t'irn. Will
Un.., t of hl aer weavlng and
fiddllng, and llke a Saab he leaped Instde
, l of the cbsrnpion and landed
both han la to I I body. Coulon
bad | trled to etall, but there
holdtng WUiiarns. He hatterel
: blfl n:an and Isndsd
almoft at wltl.
Th.- alxtli round aaw Willlams at his
. ai..I to many u appeared us lf he
,.m in a derisive msnner. Ba
made Coulon run to eover repi itsdly, and
r. ;,- o itngbtlng I - man but waa
i... ,-,. cli - ei. Tha foui rounda whlch fob
- ? u l through It all WIIJ
master. Re I Bd a kna k ?f
making 'bla gi<>- m,
ol ron beat down all
ed him t? a well ?
ln two other ten-round bouts Jo? Iteln
bi I Al M.:< ..y and Hllly l'ltzsinur.oi'.s
'Varsity Prepares for Quakers
with Light Practice.
; !? Telegraph to Thfl T-lhune 1
i> -Wlth a licht
ilted to tbe uni ea onable
warmth and > ilculated t.> aava the play
im any Injurlea, the ?
n,,. Brown football eleven through a
brlef workout thla afternoon, making
ready I i eetlng arlth Pennsyl*
? clal plaj i thal hava
l oon in of de) aloplng for tho
i . | Blue were i ? l hrough, i Irou -
ther reellng off the aignalfl ln quUk
. i tha i'i lyera ahowlng tha hest
form of the year thua fsr la aignal
? I and eollege
atrong man, who has juat bacotns all
arlll nol be atarted >t rlghl half
arhare he has been drllled, Becord
. b, but thi y are llkoly
to aubstltute him for Beaa before the
game Kulp haa I.n nhifted
permanently frora ruard to lefl taekla
and" Krata frora thal postttoa to rinht
tackle, fJoldbera and Oottstsln golng in
n* rlghl atni lefl suards, respectlvely
The resl of the llne-up, aa practlcally
no.l upon to-nlght, la as followa:
nn, lefl end. Mlteh.lt. i.ntre.
fi.iw ther. quarterback; Tepney, left
IV. fullta.'k.
Professtonsl runnara sf neta wiii com
petfl for Ihe Araerioss Ma^athon ehainv
plOnshlp tn bfl ln l.l at the Kast.-ni Motor
drorns, al Newsrk, to-morrow.
Anvng those who will start are;
Wlllie Kolehmslnen, Hana H.dmar,
Thura Johnson, Csrl Klemtnen and .lohr
I Other Sports
Piping Rock Race Meeting to
C.ose This Afternoon.
Ball To Be Given To-night ia
Luxurious Clubhouse Near
the Course.
With the closlnp to-day of t - Pfplng
Kork Kaclng As-ociatlon nn I ' ll | BBd i
i.all in tha clulhonse to-nUht, time will
not hanp h.-avily on the hand- ,,' thej
-in iri set, who have taken BUCh k,. n in
t.-r.-st ln tb.* re\ival of the aporl .,f ;
Rarety baa a araortlBg Bxtura
the aoclal .i-ni.-ni ao itraagly, and arltb
th.- proanlafl of nn.- autaran weather ti.a
m.-1'tinp win corna to a brllllant aad
Beveral of th-- two-year-dda that vrtuj
rsca in lha Heyday Plate arrlred at BaU
Bkonl Parh y4*a*tertlay from l_ureL I
ti' Mi h ii a to can ,
,,i i ,. i,.- ter i i 'i ? a mi r>;- ? ? ? t ;:.
T. Wllaon, h ; Vardur* tha '?
' ajtavbte'a caadldat* and Paakhura)] iian-y,
Payne Wbltaey*a bora* wera sent tmm
bv AM'ort MnVOBB*, Whlle ChOflB Wltl run!
for Cbauiea Koblsr. Thla pswraftaaa to bei
B real raOS, and as foW If any of the con-l
tendara hava run ovr tnrf it naakaa U J
Very Opr-ii .'
with liabubfl came Mr lleliBOot'a Mls-i
Kion. whleb will be a aterter ln thi
K^'ik,-er ifemorial Plate, at aaa miie and aJ
furlonp. the tlrat rBOfl on tho card, Irt]
Which ?hn will meet Llght 0' My I.lfe anrjj
other good horses. Sprlte nN.? !s ehelbla.
for t.Ms event. and lt ls not Improbablaj
tbal ahe will go to the i>i>st. although Ba*i
ing Kock pony p'ibacrlptton race, whertU
tiie elpht i onles which flr.Ished in the first*
four of e.-.-'h cf tho elimlnatlon trlals BrfjBj
lipiit .it out for lha paraa and the g!o:yl
tbat goe* with th>- winrinp. NaturallyJ
I'layl. ? . ? -ne, flirt ln last S-if.r
...,-,'< aVflBBt* hav. tiie cnll In tho r*T_B
spoculattiin over thn raco. bnl t
the otiieis ara aot daunted, ??.
maa who atarta a pony b*)ltevea that ba
c.in T\in. l"i"in i '.- ? Ranti n>
l.as a llttla tin- b.-tt.-r of Pl
only one-lifth of 3 BBCODd. To offl
? had an a
tone had to be tiflrd rldderj tO g48(
Fnatch rlctory from Paugh-a-Ballagh.
What.-v.-r thi r -? ? -. whi -li
Bd Ul
\\ hi n tba conditlo
lic, it has 4
fr rn avery atandn
Aa a raauk of the extr
forniance of Plaahltgbt In the pdl a
on Wednex*ay, when he gave .
ple of buckfng bronco tectli s. Johi
. - who bAd tbe mount, has ..
flnger. Mr. Tucker'a pluck In stlck ? i
his mourtf undor th.- COndttlOl
revelatlou and ctamporl hlm ? i
rldtr of iticrit. Mr. Tucki r I :
.not keep hlm fr..m rldinp : ?
Jlayj.nl Tu.'k-rman. pl ?? ? J tha rldara
Whose mour.t.s .ann? t.. grlef la
nlng ?: tha afa li ????'? ?< i I
rhaar wtll aea to?daj i
ground. with hla arm r-*
the rosult of a brok n collarbone, fhs
Injuflaa are not seri..'< I
thoipll the fall waa .. .r.r.
No Change in Schedule of Race.**:
for Crew Next Year.
The Columbla 'Varslty crew will hnv. aj
new elght-oared abell for '.i?.. at PougbJ
naxt Jun* Tho boa. -
by \. B. Ward at Bdgawatei
beir.g eonstructed on iir.?s lald down hy
Jim Rtca, the coach. The beat feat-ires^
of the Bngllah kx^at which Columbla us*.).,
at r.iiiprik,-fDflte a year BgO have beeal
The Columbla Boccer te.-.m w.n Baa apf
t ? BfternoOB for tho fljrsl game of tha
aizainst the I'amr-i, m rl.-ld Cluby
ob Bo Bh rWd
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