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F . THE SUN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 10)1. 5 '
I pQQIBAIL ON MANY EffiLDS.
H . ifff DEFEATS TOE CRESCENTS AT
J Hi Crtteaal Tea la Dad Snap ftr a
B J Hard Oar Hewlett la Hurt and Car.
M tied 'mm (he Field-Tata Made TO
B rolat la Two Short Halves.
m Hio football came between tho Yale tind the
M Crescent Athlotto Club elevens at Eastern
m rnrit, Drooklyn. yostordar nttomoon nfToriled
IV. n.nufement for nearly 0,000 people. Tho bust
Hl fcnt for a football contest at Eastern Park nro
Hfl cd the open vtatids at tho bldoj of tho flold.
Hi iwth of these stands wero packed, and crowds
HJ of mtn prosscd aenlnst tho ropos bo?ld03.
Hj Xhero were suvoral coachos lined up on
HJ the north eldo of the field, and alto
HJ gcthcr It was tnoro of a ccnulne foot
Hi lall crowd than any which has Gathered
HJ heretofore) this fall. Old Yalo mon waved tholr
H hats ami cot tholr voices In tuno Renin, wlillo
H pretty womon. dressed In swoll costumes, re
H vlvt'J their footfall enthusiasm whloh had
H been dormant slnco last year's carries. Tho fol
D lowers of tlio flno fellows composlnc tho Cres
H cent team took cood-naturodly an overwhelm
H incipient. and whon the camo ended ocry
H Mr ru-hecl for tho c.Uo a llttlo chilly, por-
hil-s. but In tho best of spirits.
H The n eathcr was clear and cool, the ground
H was In coed condition, and tho camo was froo
I from unnecessary rouchnoss, althouch It was
H common thine to soo men laid ouUkloklnc
I their foot In tho air, and holding their wind-
I Iws sides. The most sorlous accident,
n ud ono which effocted tho Crescent
team materially, happonod, to How
I lett. tho plucky half back, boforo the
I time had (Airly btarted. llowlott rooolvod
I ttie bill from Hurry Bcechor and drove through
I Yalo's lino for n caln of ton yards, but when
tho moss of arms and lees rornovod lt'solf from
tils body ho could not rise. His neck and shoul
der wero wrenched, and hn had to bo carried
from the field.
This accident seemed to tako the heart out
of tho Crescent toam. Tho eleven was weak
enough with Uowlctt on it. and without
him It i,as in no Blmpu to meet
inlo. Tho Crosconts suffered in tho
much camo with the Mutiiiuttnn Athlctiu
club last haturduy and could not put tholr bust
team in tho Held. Unofeutuiuof the Crescent
line, liimou-r, to worth more than passing, no
tice. This Is n lilc Willie, who weighs uliput
XS round, and was placed nt guard opposite
Hie uiichtr ilt-iIrllliiBr. If It hud been n hard
utrucsTo there would limo been pome fun. but
us it was llelTn'llncur was u-ry polite untl con
tented himself with pUHhlnif tlio 1!J0 pounds
iitilctly.ii'lo so it would nut luterfeio witu his
work behind the CroMsr-nt lino
Midi tuioua vtoak teim ucalnst her Yalo' s
gt'onctli could huidly bo estimated fairly, hut
unoiiKh lias been wen of her to warrant the
opinion that sho is stroncor to-day th m
rriik.toii. Allot tho Clinics in which Vale llc
ur3 now nro practise camos nnd nro so looked
upon uy i'erj body who see3 them Tim Kieut
questiors which spectators nsk at this ttnionf
the season nri how lulu compares with liar
turd and l'rini-eton, uud us tnuso tliroo col
lege aro mouldinc thoir material into iiidty
teams, the eportn catlier about tho flold of
play to "elzo things up," as they call
it. While yesterday's camo was in progress
such football men as Walter (Jutnp of ale,
Cash of Princeton, and J. P. Leo of Harvard
Hero taking notes of everything thut Inip
i pened. After it was ovor the spectators who
ore not known to football tamo wero just as
anxious to compare notes ns tho experts, so
that by this time everything is probably
figured out satisfactorily for ThnnKsghing
Day's gamo. and by to-morrow Harvard men
will begin to plan in earnest for Springfield.
In other words, with yesterday's games the
football season takes on a definite shape
As for Yale's game, her team work Is excel
lent, her offensive play is her strongest point,
and ber weak points ure in her tackles nnd
ends, and defensive work. "Josh" Hartwell
played left end until ho was substituted in tho
second bolt by Hlnekiioy. Hartwell is
out of practloe. Wallls and Mills as
tsckles are old mon and will not im
prove much more. Cochran at right
end is doing as well as can be expected, but it
'. must be remembered that tackles and ends
h are the strongest points of Harvard's lino.
,' to that it will need Yale men above the ordln
' try in those positions. Harvard has a trio of
backs which are as good. If not bettor, than
tale's, and. with an opon style of play on
Harvard's part the Yale line cannot be too
itrong. At centre Yale is better than she was
lart year, while Harvard Is worse. If Yalo
vers as strong at tackles and ends as Harvard,
(at strong Yale contro might bo the turning
point, but this is not likely to be the cose this
In the first half of the gams yestorday Yalo
Jod HeSelflngor. EtlUman. and Htanley Mor
rison in the centre of the line, with Barbour at
quarter back. Bliss and McClung as half
backs, and McCormlek for a full bauk. In the
second half things were chanced around to
elvo substitutes a chance to play. San lord
took Morribon's place at right guard. Dyer
substituted McCormick. Hlnchnoy relievod
Hartwell on tho end. Noyen substituted
WcClunir, and Norton took tho place of Bliss.
. The-Crescont team was chanced considera
bly also, on account of Injuries. Whon Hew
lett was hurt Driecs went in tho lino at right
tackle, Smith taklnir Uowlett's place at half
back. Carmen substituted H. Lillarche. who
was called back to tuko his brother's placeyit
Wyllys Terry was roforoe and William Bull
was, umpire, Tho Crescents had tho ball at
the start, but on the third play Beechcr made
a poor pass. Hewlett fumbled, and Yalo got tho
ball, her first play resulting in a touch down.
McClung had tho ball passed to him when he
darted around tho left end nnd with flno inter
ference to aid hlin ho did not stop until behind
tlio Croscont's goal, in tho first half of 30
minutes Yalo made 44 points, scoring touch
down after touch down in rapid succession.
Tlio Crescent men could do nothing with
tho Yalo players. Smith made soma gains,
but they wero not followed up. James Terry,
younger brother of Wyllys Terry, punted well
hen he had a chanco to try, but ho was slow
with his kick and it was blocked frequently.
Bliss nf Yalo ntdito several fluo runs, in the
second short holt Yulo ran horscoro up to 70
The mon lined up as follows:
1 ait rUo. OrnernL
ntrtKcIl Lett end 3. Lamtrch.
Willli Lull tackle Bjmo
HetleMnger.. Leii guard Hllr!n.
Stlllmia Centre I. Lmnarcba.
K Morrison . Kiirbl vunrd ....'..... Robertson.
Mills. KlKlit turtle hiuitn.
oclHso ...UKliteti'l 11 Lnmirch.
Barbour quarter bad Hotelier.
L-l.llis. i.ii ualt back Hewlett.
McUunir ...i'..niulit iinlf back Hemeo.
McCormick Full back J. D. Tarry.
Prtaectoa, 20 1 Os-ange, O.
The most glorious football weather of tho
present season, an enthuhlabtlo crowd of 3,500
loyal collugians, and beautiful women, wearing
tho favorlto colors of the contending teams,
and a cloan camo throughout combined to
make tho Oruuco A. C-Prlnccton match on tho
Orange oal yestorday morning a porfect suc
cess. When the Prlncoton Tigors ambled out to
tlio Held tho spectators cao them a great
welcome; but tlio absuncoof lllggs. Johnny
Poe, Harold, and Adams was sadly commented
upon. Tho Orunco men showed up in good
form. Tho chief interest in tho game was
naturally centred about Princeton's plays.
Tho Orango men tackled, held tholropponents'
lino, and eluded tholr opponents' tacklera with
an ease particularly enjoyablo to tho athletes'
upportors. Marshall's punting was a feature
of tho camo.
Tho Frincetonlans soom unable to get down
to good Hteudy work. Copt McClung of Ynlo
watched the gamo with a broad smilu animat
ing his featuros, and tho entire Yale team
mlled with blm. Tho NowHtnun plaors no
doubt tliuught that if they wore in tho Orange
Ben "shoes, l'rlncoton would suffor us bnifa
defoat us she did last yeur. And the thoughts
wuuid not hae i oon soery fur astray. Prince
tun s work nt times was especially brilliant
ihe Orance lino is a good ono. but on tills oc
casion tiie Princeton rushers would curry it
right along with them. At other times, how
ever, Princeton was exceedingly weak. Every
gain Orunco mado was through Princeton's
pentro. Viille Uornans's kicking was not
imir bad, it could certainly be much Improved
upon. Xumbllnjr Is a habit whloh tho Tiger
Ducks hue acquired tills year, and they do riot
seem able to break away from It. Wood, who
wo Bergen's place, mudo a taorable impres
sion. He Is heavy, andean buck a lino well,
uis running is also good. Flint dosorvos
fPQclal, mention. Several times ho was hurt,
out ho kept up his oxcollout playing, and np
5JJ1"'? Improved after each accident At tlio
no of the game he was a much used-up man.
l he Lull was, put In piny at 11:03 o'clock.
Omijifo tried tho V, gutnlng ton yards. Miir
biimi und Homana exchanged punts. Spier
made a run of ten yards. Princeton secured
p-iheM,lon of tlio Icatlier, and Hint nnd Ber
ten wont throuch tho Orange centre tlrao after
M'ue. bringing tho ball near tho Orunco line.
uicen was sent over tho lino live minutes
,. ' .' "'. uunio began. King did not kick the
S'.'li" .Rcoro: Princeton, 4. Orange lost the
Wll while i trying tho V7 Orange received It
again on 4 downs. Marshall limited and King
mi a good 10 ynrds before Dollnrt throw hliu,
Princeton tried tho taoklo triok and sent Pavls
fci?uS'l tn. centre for a touchdown. King
J,cel too low. Boore: Prineeton, a Shortly
Brier this Orange secured the ball on 4 downs,
fnnceton regained iton a fumble. The Tigors
ttrongbt the bail near the Orange line, but the
vnnce nuhen bald Sim and tie halt andod
i "- V .
potnS' Whftet011 "eortntt 'moro than the 8
T!jii'St0r-8.V ,Baln?d 10. 7nrd for them.
inVi0ir1n ll,.Wftls. followed by 25 yards mora
SJi'dJJ 4,l,ch.owii. King kicked the goat
S;.Prlncc.u,fc u- Homans mado n great
C"n,r t" 7nnls boforo ho wns forced outside.
""".I't'jl'od nnd pulled through tho
irffl!,E;.(',rentro.'or nnothor touch dnwn-KIng
iL01! M1.? Kn,l,j Seor0! Princeton, ao. Orango
Knl.nr,J ,?0 yards on tlfb V. Homans, DmYh.
nndJiolly mado Mg gnlfls. Flint went through
int inlnc", ;ontro getting n touch down.
King kicked tho goal Beoro: Princeton. t
Orjingo mndolO yards. Mnrshnll punted to
Princeton's rtouch-down lino. Princeton
worKPd up tho Held. Flint ran 25 ynrds lie
fore Mnndinll downed him. Tho ball wns only
0 yards in front of tho Orango goal whon tlmo
wns called. Hcoro: Princeton. Mi Orange, a
'iho teams Hnod upas follows:
,,n""t lft end Bnrdlci.
UyiT: Ixttticklt! as. Morn.
"'eler Uitirninl c. n stnrra.
Hyinruts rentrc Utiran.
?M'r Rliht suanl Mckemta.
l Kiihttmkle fowl.
"."rreri itia'H end... Xowry.
r''"i'" ;tmrtf r buck Dellart.
hni Lrtthttiriack Hnnner.
V'tttn , niubt -inlt back .,.. spier.
Unmans lull buck. UarshaU.
Iteierec-W. H. Corbin. ale. Umpire Tracy Harris,
N. IT. A. C. Too Good for Rntgera,
Orcr SOO persona were present yesterday to witness
the game between the hutiten College and New Tork
Athletic Club. The (tame opened 1th th ball In cos
easlnnoftheKewYorka. limine minutes Gaba Lud
low was forced over Tor a touch down, lie Witt's try
Tor iroal waa successful. New York Rained ten ards on
the V, Wartemberg ran twenty yards through the en
tire P.ulfcni team. Bcott broosht the ball to within
three feet or the tine, and hit rushers forced him over.
Whlto railed to kick theioiL Ua Witt kicked off. and
Brown made ten yard run. Wnrtemberr made another
for the aume instance Scott ran prettily for thirty j ards,
acorlnira touch duwn. Whllo kicked the iroaL (laba
l.udlnw ran tirettlly fur twenty live yards. Pa Witt
kicked a cnnl from tho lletd ut as time waa called, but
the points wero not allowed. The acoro now was: N.Y,
A C, JO: Ruts-era. 0
Teu minutes arter the ball was pnt In play In the sec
ond hnlf, Scott covered twenty arda and rained a
touchdown White conld not kick the goal Scott,
when he obtained, the ball, ran ten arda. Whits tnada
another ten j ards. and Oapt Wnrtetnberit sprinted for
ilftem j ards raoro. bcotl ndded twenty-five yarda to
New fork's iratn. and his run broiitht him four points.
White kicked the jroal. Katffeni braced np a bit and re
peatedly drove the .New orks toward their own soal.
finally. Cabe Ludlow was forced thmuch New York'a
centre, and a touch down resulted. W hlte v. as f ortnrr
ate Inklckinirairood coal. When time waa called the
halt wm attain In Rutrera' terrltorv. The final score
was- New Vort A. C, 20, Rutcem, 12. Tha teams wera
Jf. I'. A C rorittnn. JTuftrsrs.
Ilnbertaon Iftend Vanlfess.
ItrOWn Ift tnCkln RrnAitmv
Warner I.ettfruard I.ulL
Slerinirer i entio stezeman.
llorkwell Itliht anarrt Hrnere
( Wlnicate Rlvht tackle o. Ludlow.
rtjnn Klirbtend Ixiwd.
(I'Contior fjuartcr back oorheea.
Wurtembera; Ix-rtlmlt back J. Ludlow.
t)cttt niiht half back VnnDusen.
U White Pun bick DeWltt.
Keferee Strom of Rutgers. Empire Laldlaw of N.
Froapectt 18 1 Bedford, a,
"We're all rljht If we lose all tha rest of our (amea
now," aay the Prospects. For were they not triumph
ant yesterday over their rival In tha preaenca of tha
largest crowd they ever had out t The (rime waa played
on the Y. M. C. A. grounda In Brooklyn. Too much
fnmbllnif marred tha Bedfords play. When f'edlow
fairly got the ball he Invariably made from 6 to 30
yards, llackentla made good gains throngh the centre,
but ther could not make around tho enda aa Patteson
and Vorgan did for the Prospects. AU tha backa on
both aides tackled well, notably Graham. No hard feel
ing existed between the teams, but each waa so deter
mined to win that there was a good deal of holding,
with aome unnecessary rougbnea. Barly In the game
apUer Jumped on Marin such a way as to cause con
siderable Injury, the orrender being ruled off. Thomp
aon held and played off side whenever he conld, obllx
lnclila opponent to do the same
At kick off Bedford rushed tho ball down easily, red
low acorlng In four minutes but no goal waa kicked,
bhortly after Morgan ran through the entire line and
scored beautifully, but again no goal followed. Graham
and Patteon followed with touch downs for their re
apectne sides, bat ratteson ktckod his goal while Mac
kenzie railed; score for first half. 10 to 8 In the second
hair l'atteaon distinguished himself particularly; he Is
an exceedingly tough and nlurky player. lie waa
knocked nut entirely In the ale game, and badly hurt
again yesterday, bnt continued to play and made an
other touch down, kicking goal from le. r Inal score, le
to 8 in favor of tha Prospects. Th men lined up aa
Prwpttt PcMlUmx. Kriford.
Manler Left end Wise
Kodman I eft tackla Thompson.
May .,.; Left guard . Fox
Orirnu Centre. Stevenaoa.
Walsh Right guard VIcLeer.
Aldrldge. Right tackle hlnton.
Bodlns Right end WhltUyik.
Lee Quarter back roweU.
ratteson Half back Graham.
Morgan. Half back Maekentta.
Wlngate Full tact J.redlow.
Referee Joan Smith. Umpire J. Terry.
Berkeley A, C, Oraauce Seeoad, A.
tile Oyinr A. C. second eleven and tha Berkeley A.
O. played a fine game on the Orange Oval yesterday
afp-rnoon. Both teams wera In the pink of condition,
although Berkeley waa handicapped a trill by th ab
enceof the centre and right end. Neither side scored
a point In the first half. The Orang team wera th first
to score in the second half. Miners, nfteen minutes
after the kick off, mada a run of sixty yards, which re
aulte&la a touch down. Miners also kicked the goat
Seven minutes later Grant waa sent through tha Oranga
oentr and over the touch down line The same player
kicked the goaL Lavendon waa Injured and Marbuck
took his place. Boote waa disqualified for slugging,
and Smith waa aubstltuted ho weU did th men on
each side tackle that no further points were made and
the score remained as follows: Berkeley A. C, ;
OrangeA.ce. The teaman ere:
JlerMry PotUtoaM. Oroius.
Carnaghaa.... Left end Cohen.
Kdenn. Left tackle A. Kyi.
Memlock Lett guard P. Marshall.
v.. Howe Centre Hale
W.Qamp Right guard Uurdlck.
O'Connor, Capt Right tackle Miners.
Mcholaa Right end Lloyd.
Smith Quarter bock J.Kyi.
Grout Lert half back Seymour.
Byrne Right halt back Boot.
Lavendon Fullback anderkleft,
If. A. C, eS Princeton Picked Team, S,
The Manhattan A. O. football team demonstrated ye,
terday afternoon on Manhattan Field that they could
play a game devoid of slugging and other unpleasant
features when they wanted to. Although minus the
services of Ame and Caah. th Manhattana played a
strong game, and tho picked team of Princeton College
r layer who opposed them could only mak a rain at
rrapt at keeping the Cherry blamonda from acorlng.
Llll. Pollock. Goff. und u Connor helped to swell th
score. Donuelly kicked most nf the goals. The score
waa as follows Manhattan A. C , .': Princeton Picked,
Team, 8. The foUowlng players lined up:
A'on'.oIMa Jt. C. Pitnll mi. J-WaASM.
Donnelly Left end Trencbard.
hcliaeBer....; Lert tackle Farnham.
Janeway Left guard Ihompson.
Hpler Centre Beverldg.
Ilocll Right guard Farlan.
Lrskine Hlght tackle V. Klgg
Uusenburg Right end Chamberlala.
Lilly H Quarter back rurran.
(lorr. Left half hack....I)uhn.
Pollack Right half back,... Flolpeu.
O'Connor lull back Aodereon.
Umpire Frank, Yale, '01 ruteree-Jlm Robinson.
Aaaarlena, T Coamopolltaa, a.
The Cosmopolitan Football Club played their first
game of the season yesterday at America Park, ITobo
ken The Cosmopolitans have been th victors In each
of the former gamea with the Amerleua, but the latter
were determined to maintain their unbroken record of
the season, and thl they did altera stubborn contest
by 7 goals to 4. The game was a very fast one, and
aaantjtcd for the tine team work of the hum players
and tho Individual play or II. und 8. risk. W. K (.111.
andu Alceafor Aiuerlcus. whllo II, L. Walker. J. Mr
(Jaw, and J. L. Douglas did good ok for th losers.
The teams tinud up as fo llowa.
Amrirn: J'ontioni, OotnMpcttta.
VT, Lalhoun Oonl .1 Harvard.
II, Gregory Right back II. L. Walker.
U.Srller Leftback U.K. Jackson.
A. (,rrgory Right half back 11. c. Devlin.
J. Ilau tnlre J.Mcilaw.
1'. Fisk Lett half back K A Brown.
o Alies I ni,!., -i., IW. McFarlan.
H risk ........... Jlltw-e (J.nrlght.
W. K ulli Centro J.L Douglas.
Il.lisk Irwir, tW, White.
U.Johnston JLtftwlni (a. E. IVooUan.
Uarrard School, OS Berkeley, .
Th second game for tha ohampionshlp of th Inter,
scbolasllo Football League a as played at Berkeley
Oval yesterday afternoon, beta etn Harvard and Berke
ley Cadet Schools. Berkeley was outplayed from tha
start, as their centre was much weakemd by th ab
sence of Hugh Inman. The llannrd lads pushed tha
Perkeleyltes all over the field. McCall, Jno Qulniby, nnd
Hillings mudo some great runs for Harvard ljuluili),
hattrrltre. t'hampney, ami r-tpwart plncd n great gnmn
for Uerktley. The Una) Ktnra wasi llarvard, 3d,
Berkeley.O. The teams Mere;
JUrUIri. Pimillmf. Ulrrard.
Batchellor Left end L gulmby,
W, Stewart Left tackle Bruin.
Y, Stewart Lilt guard I'hataln.
.alinber , Centre DHand.
Jackson Ilighl guard HalL
Ball Right tackle, Burger.
Colby Right end Iirnckway,
Richards ijuurfcr bark CUatileld.
t'hampney ..,,, Lett half bark Hillings.
Satterlee Rijlit hnlf back VcCaQ.
Norwood..., Full back J, (Julmby,
football at Gettysburg.
Orrrrtstrao. Oct. 8 The Pennsylvania College eleven
scored twenty points against tha scrub this afternoon.
Capt. Illpsley kept his men practising tricks and criss
cross play. Several of the team are slightly used np
and have been ordered to aat e themseli es for the ork
collegiate gauie uli halurday. Tbo oxkers hav e six old
laloand Pruiretoii pU)ers, aud Ihe uoutist will be for
Mood. Manager OeiiGemer has not been ab,e to arruiign
agameonT'iaiiLsgliing Day, mid uoull 111.0 to bear
from teams thai will play him on that date.
Football at 1'roisiect Park,
Ther were not so msny guiuis plajed yesterday on
the parade ground. Prospect Park, aa is usual on elec
tion day. The intercollegiate games were betneeu th
second Bedford and Prutl's Institute, Tha latter did
not nav a full team, and rilled In with Brooklyn nigh
School men Th score was 8 to o In favor of tb Bad
fords. Th Namesla and toga football clubs played a
U gam, each soorlng e point.
The only really goods am played wat aa awoetstloa
ooatasl btwi Ik irwklyn aba to 4Ia lsi
elsb. Tk edford wer short-handed. Th Broeklynt
won by a score of 7 coal to 0. Duncan made 8, Dan
7, II. T. Graen 1, and Ctuiord 1 for th winners, and
If elms, Bothwtll, and Dyk for th losers.
B. I. C, C lBi -Voir," .
Th " rotys" war beaten by th States Island Cricket
Club at Btaten Island yesterday by 18 too. Tha men
lined np as followsi
riii'iKic. ivwrtoa. f.1 r. a
rianlgan Left end Wanhan.
Langdon , Lett tackle lord
loung Lett guard Carlston.
Crosby Centre ,. ..Brown
Randrll , Right guard Quartley.
an htery Right tackle Kcrnn.
Onnshee , Right end Walker,
yiinmerman Quarterback 1'ltou.
Wrllnn, Itt half hack Carman.
Kotr Riglit half back Tompkins.
Burt lull back Rich.
Bryant, 1 Crcaeeata of Plnlafleld, IK.
The Bryant football team of thl city, composed main
ly of Columbia College men, defeated the Crescents of
Plalnfleld. on the latter' grounds yesterday afternoon.
Oartwrlght. Prlnca, Bacon. andDuffynftlpedtomakethe
Bryant's tonch downs, and Ross. Lewis, and Stanton
scored the points forth Crescents. Just before time
was called, and when the score stood 10 to 10, Llchten
ateln kicked it pretty goal from the sldenf the field,
thus winning the game. The score wasi Br) ants, 21;
'Woreeater Academy, nS Tniltatoa, O.
The Worcester Academy football team defeated the
Wllllston College team at Worcester on Saturday by a
acore of 82 to 0. Tha playing of both teami was excel
lent, and was by fur the best game ever seen In Worcester.
wmacLXEwa annual races.
Ksusy Koad Kaees "Were field tst New Jer
The bloyclo clubs In this vicinity evinced
llttlo Interest in tho Gubernatorial contest
yestorday. Club races proved a stronger at
traction. Tho various Kow Jorsoy roads wore
alivo with whoclmon. Despite tho edict ot the
Now Jorsoy division of tho Lcnguoof Ameri
can Whoolmen reauestlng tho discontinuance
ot road races in Kow Jorsoy. races woro held
in all sections of tho State. Tho superiority ot
tlio Now Jersey roads for racing was attested
to by all tho contests bolng hold in Jersoy.
Generally all tho important races aro held
on tlio famous Irvlncton-Mllburn course but
yestorday tho clubs deviated from tholr usual
oustom and held the most important racos on
tho Enclowood-Tonafly course.
The Kings County Wheelmen held their
twenty-flve-mllo handicap road race on the
Ullburn course, Tho road was in good shapo,
and some very fast tlmo was mado by tho
Durant McLean finished first, bolng only 35
seconds outsldo tha courso record. Tho mon
flnlshod as follows: Durant McLean, scratch,
first, tlmo 1 hour 27 minutes nnd 4(3 seconds:
John Tlonslnger, scratch, second, time, 1
hour 27 minutes 53 seconds: F. J. McDonald,
three minutes, third, tlmo, 1 hour 31 mlnutos
30 seconds: L.B. Whyrapor. 5 minutes' han
dicap, fourth, tlmo. 1 hour 37 minutes 1 second ;
C. It. Gurnao. 5 minutes, fifth, time. 1 hour 37
mlnutos 4D seconds: F. llawloy. 5 minutes,
sixth, time. 1 hour 40 minutes 21 seconds;
1". Kennoy, 7 mlnutos. soventh.
Thoi o were elovon starters In nlL Messrs. T.
J. Hall. Jr.. U. H. Palco. G. Konuy. and W. Young
dropped out nf tor riding ten miles.
Tliero wero eight prizoi offered.
Tho ollloinls wero ltoforoe, Elliott Mason. N.
Y.A.C. Timors-r. P. Preai. N. Y. A. O.; JL
Btrugnall. 11. a W. btartor. II. J. Uall. Jr , M.
A. U Judge. Malcolm L. Brldcraan. K. C. w.
Tho iiustnoss Men's Cycling Leaguo or Now
ark held some shurt-distanco racos at Milburn.
In tho two-mllo novico rnco A. A. Jones lln
Ishetl first. W. WikolT second, and D. lloffmun
third. Time. 8 minutes 10 secondi.
Tho one-mi lo scratch rnco was nlso won by
A. A. Jonci 11 J. I)tck,or llnlblied third. Tlmo.
3 mlnutos 15 seconds.
A combination 240-yard raco. man and
wheel, was held. Tho participants wero Wil
liam Mnrtlu, runner, against Goorgo C Ilartow
on wheels, and V. It. Kirkpatrlck. runner,
against Thoodore C. Hoffman on whoels. This
resulted in a victory for tho runners in both
The potato race was an amusing event Tho
distanco wits two miles, and at inturvaU of
200 ards turnips instead of potatoes wero
placed Brock was victor, with Jones second.
The ten-mile handicap race was the winding
up of tho day's programme. Tho entries were
V. E. hlnk. 4 minute; A. H. Bwartout. :t0 sec
onds; V- J. Decker. 2 mlnutos: G. C Bartow.
3 minutes. Kink was tho winner inthis oent,
bin tlmo being 40 minutea 4U seconds.
Tho raco for the Murray Cup was postponed
until spring on account of tho absonco of sev
eral ot tho club racers.
The prize for tho ton-mllo rmca Is a pneumatic-tired,
high grade safety, and was won by
W. E. Kink.
Tho officials of tho races wore: Judge. E. O.
Chase; referee. Wllllnm E. Mnnttn: tlmor, J.
B. Morrill; starter. William H. Kirkpatrlck.
Tho Brooklyn Bicycle Club hold their an
nual ton-ratio handicap road rnco on u two
and a half mile btretch of road midway bo
twoon Wostlleld nnd Plainflold, N. J. Thoro
wero ton starters in tho event John Schoofor,
although on scratch and penalized l' mln
utos for riding a pneumatic wheel, won easily.
Tho mon finished in tho following order; J. M.
Bchnofor. scratch, first time 32 minutes 20
1-5 seconds; C 1". Ouimby. thirty seconds, soo
ond, ttmo 34 minutes 40 2-5 seconds; Goorgo
Torrin. six mlnutos, third, time 41 minute?
233-5 seconds. K. Williams dropped out at
Tho Ilivorslde wheelmen sampled the now
Engl6wood courso. They ran off two races.
A tlvo-milo club championship, and tho third
ot tholr series of lle-milo handicap ovonts.
E. A. Btelgor won tho club championship
easily. Tommy Ward scored the greatost
number of points in tho handioap events, and
consequently 6eoured llrst prize. Tho results
aro as follows:
Five-mile Club Championship Won by E. A. Stelgr.
J. W. Judgo second, E. A. Powers third. Tim, la min
utes 30 seconds
live mile Handicap Won by Thoma Ward, oc and
a half minute handicap, M. Benner. two minute handi
cap, second; J llarertr. one and a half minute handi
cap, third. Time, 17 minutes 3 seconds.
Borne fifty momborn of tho Harlem Wheel
men attondod tholr nlub races ut TennOy yes
torday. Borne exciting races resulted in tho
yive-mllo Handicap Won by C. Fuller. 1U minntes'
handicap, 11 KuUer. li minutes, second, II. Bergen.
SOseconds third Time, 14 minutes ayw seconds
heventy-ilve Yard blow Race w on by 0. A. Lltchult.
Two-mllo Handicap Won by U.K. cottier, scratch:
W. Bryan. 45 seconds' handicap, second: C. 11. Frost, 1
minute, third. Time 7 minntes 40 2 5 second.
Two mllo Novice Won by J. Johnson. C. 1 utle seoond.
il B Frledcnrlch third. Time, 7 minutea 40 tcconda.
Two-mno Club Championship Won by w. K. Cottlar,
J. Johnson second. O. A. Lltchult third. Time, 27 min
ntes 1 J seconds.
Tho Montaulc Wheelmen held a ton-mllo
championship raco on the Westrield, N. J
course. Thereworoadozencontestauts. The
raco resulted as follows:
Ten mile Club Championship Won by P. BUIngham.
B. NacBJln second. Time. CJ minutes 80 seconds.
The Columbia Cycle Club ran off soven races
yesterday. They woro hold on the Englowood
course. Mossrx. Fox and McLoan distin
guished thcmsolvos by sonio very good riding.
Thoir races resulted us follows:
One mllo Safety Won by Harry MoLton; D. Fatter
son, second: Alexander Ft fox, third. ,
One mile Ordinary Won by Alexander Fox: A. 6he
ban, second. D Wright, third
Two-mile Safetj Won by Dwlght Patterson; Harry
McLean, second; Johnston Woods, third
Five mllo Safety Won by Harry McLean; Johnston
Woods, second: Alexander Fox. third.
Two-mile Ordinary Won by U. Sbeehan; A. Fox.
second: 11. A. Wright, third.
lite-mile Ordinary Won by Alexander Fox; O,
Eheehan. second; D A. Wright, third.
A handsomo silver cup was donated by John
Koster. Jr.. ono of tho club's mombers, for a
special tlvo-milo raco. It was won by Alexan
A twonty-mile hare-and-hnund chase was
hold by the Bouth Brooklyn Whoelmon yester
day. Bomo flftoon memhors raced over tho
Long Island roads. B. L. Smith finished first
B. Muller second, and L. Fitzgenal third.
There was a large and enthuslostla attendono ot
members ot Our Bowling Club at their weekly games
on Monday evening at their aUeys in the Tennis Court
building, 212 West Forty-nrst street. The scores:
Team Na 1 R S Lrniueer. 150. Dty, 180: Raroney,
inn, Toussaint. HIJ. Mi Mder, 142: pa'teson li; Case!
100, Hallahcr 1S, F. 11 Pick. l.'O rotal, l.oon
Team No 2 Curtis. 17J. Carroll. 141, Wilcox. 1;
Talcott, 143; Wrutt 14U; r. Luijueer, 14P, Mckean,
1B3, N. Feck, 107. Tptal. 1.210.
Team No. 1-Day. 157: Carroll. 1G4; Tosssslat. 170;
Went. 200; E B Perk, 1111, McMder, 120; N. Peck!
11B, Vm, IVtl Total. 1 8.-J.
Team So 2 McKean. luO; Curtis, IM; Saroney. 1(4;
Wilcox, 141: Taicu-t. 122; ratteson, 140, r. T, Luaueer,
177, UaUaher, 122; BeU. 162. Total 1878.
The rtgular flve-tnen team ot th Manhattan Athletio
Club bowled tbelr last practice gamea on Monday
night previous to opening the tournament of thsAlh
latlo BowUng League and pnt up two model games.
Their scores Indicate that the M. A. C. team will mak a
showing worthy of the prestige of th Cherry Diamond.
Regular Team-Cordon 104: Wesselman, 1S; Ben
der, 1U", lleadlry, 20 J, Mitchell. 15J. Total V13.
1'Icked Tcam-aattord IM, i'.lliott, ItlU, Bain. 122;
Eagc, IM, McLelluu, l&S. Total, TBO.
Rernlar Team Cordon 210, Wessilruan, If 0; Bender.
17 1, llrudlc). IM. Mitchell K.2 Totul ho..
Picked Teaui-i-4Turd. luo. Illloll. IW, Balu, 123;
Bage, 141), MtUllan, 171'. Total. 770.
F. Boos A Bro,44S Broadway, are exhibiting novel
ties In lur Uerincnts Tiieyhavi the most exnuistte
designs In Peal Mioulder Capes. Military tape. Reefers.
Jacksta. aud many novelties ill other fur. Their prke
are very moderate. Adr.
ritat'a riaa JTuraltara I
STIFF SVXS OYER 'LONG TRAtTM.
ntg Facba f narrlera nistlngvilhed Thtaa,
It Is seldom that a better day for cross-country trav
elling than yesterday Is presented, and th various
Harrier clubs. In all sections, were out In force all day.
The Harriers of the Toung Men's Institute held the
first run ot the day from Etelnwsy, wher two pack
ran under th direction of Capt. Louis D. Barchfleld.
The coarse was five miles long and very stiff. The first
pack wa th "slow" aggregation, and It waa al
lowed lire mlnates' start over tha second pack, which
was composed nf the fastest runner of the lot. Th
two teams finished very clme together.
The Union Athletic Club Harriers went down to Bay
Ridge anil ran ocrth club course, about six mile long.
Kllly I.iut. Jim Flndla). Irank Bernard. Robert II.
Whitley, .lennTartter. and others were out. The rim
In down lourthntenueat a sprinting pace, wa wit
nested bi several hundred spectators.
Capt. Vi llllam Donohuu took tha members of th St.
.Taniea Boit Club Harriers ncr their Bay Itldg course
In the morning. A good pace was maintained until
theclueand the finish was very cloo Donnhne was
first home, closely tolloned M .1. v. Moran. The latter
a chased acrosi the lino by William II, Bird. Time,
2H riinntes 1.1 a-naernnds.
The fourlli eveurslon of the Varnna Boat Club cross
country tnntlnittnt. known ns the aruna Iresh Air
CI ib resulted In a mnt eiilotabl trip Themeruben
vent t Red Hank llrst, At Mliblletnwn the left tha
train anl a tramp across the cnuntry waa enjoyed.
The ro ite was toChaptl Hilt thence through the old
Mllitgeof Nateslnk to tbo Highland lights ohcre an
hour was spent m tarlous amusemenia. Irotu lllgL
lanil the party tramped through old lorcst to claypole
Creek, aud then along the west bank efstho NiMsink
to Rtd Bank, towering ill nil oer eighteen lnll-s
Capt. Harry K. Spencer had the iross country team
of the Brighton Athletic Club out for a spin at Kat New
ork, tho pack leaving th club houso at a good pace.
The route was up Jamalctinvenue nearly to Womlhaven.
thence over tho cypress lllllsruad tn Rldgewood and re
turn J. II. Smith and spencer led the pack.
The Ktnesant Athletio Club hid u great run at As
toria yesterday, tn which many athletes participated
on the club a Imitation,
Xdtwlor and Delaner Meet ta the Court,
Judging from the display made by John Delaney yes
terday tn Casey's court, that capable two-handed player
ought to have considerable to say touching the question
ot superiority between experts. Ha was pitted against
John Lawlor yesterday tn a four-handed game, bnt
their respective partner cut a very little figure In th
contest. It wns a Delane)!,awlnr game throughout,
and Delaney rnrel) ever showed off to a bettor advan
ttge. It wus not a game entirely of sen ice, but a good,
strung all round exhibition. Tho result was:
J. Delaney and M. Rorty 21 21 21 e.1
J. Lawlor aud K. Malcolm 3 IS 17 68
Champion Casey and Dennis bhea attempted a pretty
dlfncnll feat In trying to defeat John Delaney and Dr.
Phil bmith, tor the latter fairly swamped their adier
sarler, the result being as toUons:
Delano and Smith 11 21 21 M
Casey and Shea 21 13 741
One o the special feature of yesterday's games was
a bout betwern Phil Casey and John Malcolm, tho latter
being allowed ten aces a game He irao tho cham
pion a lively tussle, bnt there could be no mistaking
ttie fact that Malcolm waa completely ocrmutchel.
Phil Casey 21 20 21-413
John Malcolm (10 aces) it) 21 in 69
Frank Prendergast and his old rival. It. Mitcotm. had
a three tn n e go, and both players were conndent. Tha
most disappointed man at the iliiish was Malcolm, who
was beaten In this st j le :
'. Prendergast 21 21 21-43
UMalcolm 12 Id lv 47
M J. Lonergan tested his strength at the game
against John Connors, but the latter won handily. The
John Connors 21 IS 21 M
M, J. Lonergnn 14 21 1J 47
W Ullam Cacclola attempted to beat M Cnllen, but the
latlrrwaa Hi his best pla lug form, and this was the
I. Cnllen 21 21 21-a.l
W.Caccloln 14 l'J i 4J
beveral cleer rnttr-handed games were played tn tho
South llrookl)li court Hterdar. The best contented
nne n as between James t od) and Mtkehtanton against
WtUlam Brandenburg and John Connoll. CihIv played
an unusuu.lj strong gume, and. while he and UIh purt
neroertoppcd their opponeu tain tie nuniberof acre
scored the) ncro beaten In the match. Thescorenas.
Brandenburg nnd Connolly 21 12 2154
Cody and Maulon JO 21 20 et
P. Horrii Connollr nnd Peter Connoll) bad qnlte an
easy time in defeating Ired Miller and illtani Brand
enburg The score wns
P F. Connolly and P Connolly 20 21 2102
Miller and Brandenburg .'1 la 15 4U
The offer of John McEvoy tn play both John Cnnners
and Dennis shea v. III probably b accepted Connera
said yenlerdar to a Hcn reporter that be would accept
tho challenge a run as his engagement with Major
Carmody was concluded.
Die aad l.lttla Acnraa.
The annual election day games of the Acorn Athletio
Association were highly successful.
Bartlett's work tn th throe aiti-i in1 half-mile runa
proved the boy lobe possessed of cre-it plnck, while the
form shown by Bob lumlug and Jim Hopewell surpris
ed even their best rrtenda Tbo results were as follows
sesenty He yard Hash Won b) Janus A llopeuell.
r Livingston, second, T. Howard. Jr- third. Time, s'i
Pole Vault for Distance Won hr Robert Cuming,
scratch, 25 fettu inches; James s.. Hopewell 6 Inches,
second. 2J feet a Inches. John Campbell 3 iuchea,
third. ."2 feet 10 Inches.
Two hundred and twenty yard Hurdle Race Won by
Robert Cuming 1H yards, C Brasher, scratch, second,
L Howard, scratch, thipi Time, ft) secondi.
Running High Jump Won by iieorgo A Tracey He
tied Robert Cuming, who had il inches with the actual
leap of r. feet tt inches, James A. Hopewell, scratch,
was third, with a Jnmnof 5 feet
tjuarter-mlle Run Won by deorge A. Tracey. 10
yards, CeorgeA flat tlett, 2 yards, second: T. Howard,
acratch. third. Time r,7 2Aeeeonla
Halt mile W alk Won by J J. shelly, scratch: II Ay
ling. 20 seconds, second. Hue, 3 mlnates and Cd 3-5
Putting the Ftxteen pound Shot Won by George I
Thompson dlstanceao Icet7 Inches, Robe-t Cuming
second. JO feet 4 Inches, James A. Hopewell third, .'u
feet 0 inche-.
Half mile I'.un Won by F Howard r, yirds, W. Pries,
40ard second, tlecrge Bartlett, scratch. third. Time,
2 minutes 14 seconds
Running Broad Juirp Won by C. Livingston. 3 feet,
distance 20 feet ft Inches, Robert A Cuming, I font 0
Inches second 2tlfeet 2 Inches. George D Thompson, 1
foot Inche third 17 fct 8 inches.
Three ml.e Run Won by t.enrge Mcholaa 1 minute
30second6. II Dickinson 1 minute, set ond George A.
Bartlett, scratch, third. Time, IS minutea 2Ksconds.
anARrSttOOTERB AT CRREVMOOR.'
National Onardamea Do flood TVork for
the Gold Dadse.
Tho sharpshooters' match at Creedmoor Inst
Saturday was a notablo evont 100 members
of tho National Guard, 8tnte of Now York, pre
senting thomsolvosns competitors for tho gold
marksman's badge given by tho National
Biflo Association. A sooro of 42 was necessary
to cnnblo msrksmon to qunllfy ns sharpshoot
ers, and of tho 100 who compotod 54 mndo the
roqulslto score. In tho. caso ot Troop A.
who used carbines, they woro allowed to
qualify on nscoroof 41, O.T. Musson of Com
pany U. Twonty-thlrd lleglment won tho Na
tional llltle Association trophy, nnd as ho hns
captured tho batlgu threo llmos this rear, it
now becomes his permanent property. Capt
tlotild oiTerctl a hnndsomo cup for tho mom her
of Troon A who made tho highost sooro of tho
year. F. JI. Vcrrallyo won that priro. Tho
shooting, gonornlly, wns of a high ordor, a
surprising numlior of mnrksmon scoring closo
totlioposslblo GO points. Among thono who
distinguished thomsolvoi wns It Findlay of
Company a. Twonty-thlrd lteglmont Tho
scores mndo aro as follows:
fK KnX JHs. .. (ill.
p.T.Mnsson t... X 2M 24 25 4
It, McLean K 7th 2r 24 4D
W. A. Stoles II 23,1 21 25 4H
J.teiil II V. Duval I 7th 2J 21 4S
II. M, Held 23.1 24 24 4H
tl h. Cotistablo F 13th 24 24 48
W, A.aleiitlne staff 7th 25 21 4R
T.J Dolati N.U.B. 1.1th 25 2t 4S
('. 1. Doluergne Sup'y IS 24 47
J.ODonnell F 12th 21 24 47
Il.Coburn.Jr o 7th 23 24 47
1. M.termllye Tr.A .. 24 21 47
J.Dylght.Jr. N.O.B. 7th 24 21 47
W. 11 Carter D 71st 24 2 1 47
T.C.WlswaU F 7th 2 23 47
liny Dalai..... I 7th 23 24 4il
Gen c F. Robblns ., 21 21 4tl
W. II. Palmer Start 7th 23 23 411
W, II, Owen Sup'y ,, 24 23 4tl
B. M. Wbltlock Staff 18th 24 l'J 411
w. U. TurnbuU F 7th 24 2J 4il
F.It.('oudert Tr A .. 21 21 411
J M.Maronnell 15 th 2J 21 41
R, (I Sherman tl 7th 2J 2J 45
T, W, PnderhtU D 23d 2J 2 1 45
D. J. Murphy N.C.B. .. 2J 2 I 45
J.M. Hske K 7lh 2.1 2J 45
J. findlay... 11 21d 24 21 45
C. II. Hubbell A 23d 24 21 43
h A. luiuson Tr A 23 2J 44
!; !! W,,,,,, ,;llh 2J 2J
It McWIlllam. A 7th 2J 2J 44
Ldwardllnuld Stall 71st 2 1 21 44
C. 1'. I.atel) II 7th 24 20 44
O M. Caruochan K 7th 24 2tl 44
c. W, Simmons a 23d 24 20 44
K. 8 Greene K I'M 20 21 43
fc, A. Spink F 2 Id 21 2J 41
A. C'onoier tl 7th 21 2J 4 1
C. F. Muller I 7th 21 23 41
11.0. lecr O 7th 2J 21 4 1
A.J.Weston Staff Sid 23 21 4.1
J J Carolan H 2id 21 ro 4J
C F. Robblns ! 7th 23 20 43
W. F. smith (I 7th 23 211 41
II. II Story A 2,ld 21 20 43
1 W. Reld.Jr I) 7th 23 20 4 1
, It. Harding. Jr O 14th 24 lu 43
A. It Rlsley O 7th II 21 4i
O n, Robinson N. (IS. 11th 20 2J 4J
J 1. Black U 7th 21 21 4 J
11.11 Mchnll I 7th 23 1 42
W. II llnnley O 7lh 24 IS 4J
E.N.Mcbols Tr.A .. 23 IS 41
At the Trap at Claremoat.
The members of the New Jersey bhootlng Club spent
yesterday at the traps on the grounds at Claremont
The matches and their results were:
Seventh Match, for a Merlin mile, at Twenty Singles
Each Keystone S) stem C W.Vincent, 20: Edward L.
1 rcdenburgh and George W. Purdy, 10, A. C. Hunt and
A F. Cnmpson, 18: o. Do Witt Smith, 17; Charles A.
Pope, 10, F. Connor, 15
Ten l rds I ach. Keystone 8ystem George W Furdy
anilC. w.Wnrent. 10, bdward L. Vredenburgh and A.
1. com; son. 11, 1 banes A. Pope, 8, U. lie Witt smith
and A C Until. 7 each.
Ten I'lr Is ti b. Irom Unknown Angles C W. Vincent,
10 l De Mitt "iiiilh 8, hdward L. iredenburgh. 7, A
c Hunt and A. l.Compson, V, Charles A. lopoand F.
I t ontinri, 4
Tin Turgets Fuh. Keystone System C W. Vincent
and tici rki W, Purdy, 10, A F Coinison 0, 1 dvtard L.
redeuburgh, H' Charles A Pope, 7, A.C. Hunt, tl, U.
Di! VMtt tmith. 5.
H liking Match 10 Pigeons Raob IMward L Vreden
burgh nnd c W. Mncent b, I barles A Pope 7, G Da
III smith, tVi. George W. Purdy and A. C. limn D, A.
F Couin-on 4
Ten Birds Kacb Keystone System ll DeWltt Smith.
TduirdL Vredenburgh, and George W purdy. P: A U.
llunt.s, 1 Connors. 7, A r.Comtson aud c. W Vin
cent, it. ChnrltsA I'upe 4
Walking Match, lo Birds P ach O. W. Vincent, 10,
Georire - Vlrlen l, George VV Punly and A. l.Cotup
son, 8 cranes A I'one an 1 A C. Hunt, 7
Keystone SMtcm Jo liir.ls frach rdword L Vreden
burgh In, A C. Hunt IS, c. v Vincent and George
VV. 1'urd). 17: George s Vtrdin, lft
llftceu lllrds Fach, Irom Unknown Angles Edward
L Vrcdinburgb. 14 A c. Hunt. 1.1. O Do Witt smith
and A. 1. 1 on son 12, A C Hunt, 13
Ten Birds hath. Keystone ssstem A F. compson
and Fdward L Vredenburgh. 10, A C Hunt and O W,
Vincent, U, O. Do Witt bmith. B, George W. Purdy. 7;
1. Connors 0
Shot Boulaa Instead or Dolaa; 1 Tallc.
The Prospect Park Open Air Club did not walk yes
terdav as usual, but went down to the woods around
ParkvlUe an 1 Woodlawn and shot roblna. C L. Mid
illeton and F Smith bronghl home about allty-tlv
1 birds but J. Rose, the cricketer, could not touch a
A Bis Billiard Tonrney for Syracuse.
FraicesK, Nov, 3 cleorge N ICuntMCh. who ha suc
cessfully managed several large pool tournamenta tn
1 Syracuse, is ill soon hold a billiard tourney In this city
1 He hai secured the signature of Scbaefer to a contract
tnthat cllcct nnd sl,n has the asscT.inces of slobeon.
Ives, Carter. Daly, and Mclaughlin that thejr will com
pete There will bo 1 2.000 In cash prizes aud aU expenses.
Knsle Slcna nlth Chleago.
iTDiAjfirous, Nov 3 Pfeffer came here frora Chicago
to day snd signed Rails for the now Association club of
RARE-STORT AX MONTCLAXR.
C, C, N. T, Tvla at tacro, and tftrreas
Iiustltnte at rootbalL
Nearly 2,000 spectator wer at th Valley Road
grounds, Montrlalr, yesterday to witness th second
annnal football and lacrosse carnival In the morning
the C, C. N. Y, and Montclalr lacrosse teams mst. II
was one of the roughest played tn Ibis vicinity sine
the last staten Island New York gam In addition to
Ihe general mauling each man received, Curry of the
Montclalra had his ear torn open. Th play was hard
and fast from start to finish. Neither side scored dur
ing the first hnlf. One throw by Spahr for 0. C N. Y.
hit one ot the goo posts and bounded back. Whiting
and Miller for th Montclalra also cam very near
Th second halt opened with more obsttnat playing;
and In nine minutes Sutorlus threw th first goal for
the college boys from a brilliant pass by Smith. It was
at this point that Curry was hurt. Many disputes after
ward arose Greenbaum.the C. C N. Y.'s first attack,
shot for goat, tbo ball glancing from the goalkeeper's
stick Into goal. The goalkeeper did not allow It and
Capt. Greenbaum. protested Then the ball was taken
wa) tin Ihe field bv Moses and passed to Miller, who
threw toe ball between the goal posts, but goal waa not
aUowed. MThnram had Illegally Interfered with the
l). C.N.V, goalkeeper. Miller, hoaerer, threw agoal
for the Montclalra. assisted by Curry and Whiting. No
more goals were scored nntll about thirty seconds be
foro time wa up, when from a pass almost th length
of the field Spahr secured the ball and. dodging Craw,
ford.threw goal. The Pnal score waa: C.C.N, Y.,2;
Montclalr A. 0.1. Theprtre was a silver lacrosse stick
worth tSO, Tb teams were as roUows:
CC. A, r, fwiMosa. Mmtrtalr JL C,
II Rice Coal ..a. fryer.
tllnsburg Point v. Miller.
Mitchell Cover point Crawford.
rCRIce Hrst defence L. Jto.ee. Jr.
Magulre ,. Second detence T, Karle.
White Third defence J. Oakes.
liauman. Centre D Nelson.
nppenhelmer Third attack chapin.
Sutorlus Second attack nttchisL
Smith First attack c Thnmm,
Greenbaum Outside horn Whiting.
Spahr Inside home Curry.
A football gam waa played between the Flalnfleld
and the second team or th Montclalr A. 0. The latter
won by a score of S3 to O Then came the Important
football game of the drsy. between the rirsl team of th
Montclalr A. O. and Stevens Institute The players
were very evenly matched, bnt the final score was
Stevens, 10) Montclalr, tl. The men lined np as
Sum ssshssts. rnrMoM JrasJrtrlr A. G,
Rsonl .Right end Russell,
Harrison Right tackle. Irish.
Barnum Right guard .Doremus.
Woodward Centre Kennedy.
Andrews. Lert guard Lloyd
Brown Lert tackle Towery.
Kimball Lert end Clark.
Klrker Left hair back Place.
Hamilton lUght half back.... Campbell
Shock Quarter back Mayer.
WUlett FuUback Auflermaa.
Tha LotUlarda Pnt la ssSood Day.
Th LorlUard Athletio Club held a carnival of sports
yesterdsy afternoon at Oakland Park. Jersey City
Height Th fun started with a gam ot baseball be
tweenateam from the Hanover Athletio Clnbot this
city end th LorlUards. The latter won by a score ot 10
The lacrosse game between th LorlUard and Staten
Island Athletic Club team was rather one sided, the
Lnrlllards winning by a ecoro of 4 gol to 1. Th teams
were as follows:
iorClird A. C rorfrtms. Elntra Aland A. C.
ssmo Ooal Jones
Llpsey : Point WarrelL
Rose Cover point Cbavert.
llogger llrst defence Klllough.
McDonald second defence ...Bank.
Kelly Centro Snedeker.
Loane llrst attack Catlln
Holland Second attack McKechnle, Jr.
Vorgau Third attack I,ee
Bailie .. Home Barrlcklo
Ttie football team nf the William Barry Athletio As
sociation and Lorlt'ard's Athletic Club played a game
under Gaelic rules, tro Barrys being violorlous bv a
ernro or 2 goals and 7 wilnte against 1 goal and 2 points.
The teams lined up as followa.
tr. Carry A. A. VWIIon. loHllant A.
MuUe) Goal Newell.
II. Ketfn Ipjnia I Herr.
II Hilly j rota's I ti Fields.
t ahlU i rrtei.va i.teflrey.
Daley j naif bacU (nerney.
(iilllus Centre SharkeU.
Bradley ) ( Kamps
IM'ushing Forwards McCune.
C. Kecfe ) (Connors.
J Mulvey lTtn.hM (K'Uy
Cleary.... (Rushers (Maiiey.
Larktns. Left wing Fllre
Welsh Right wing Beecher.
The following field es ents among the members of ths
Barry Association resulted as follows
1 ole V ault 1 on hr I1 t onnori height 8 feet 6 Inches,
T. Larkine, M feet 4 Im lira second
Sti tiding Hop step and Jump, with Weights Won by
M Mulcaliey, distance 32 feet. P. Connors, 81 feet B
Three standing Rroad Jumps with Weights Won by
M Muleahe), riulance 33 feet; F. Connors, 32 feet 10
Wayae A. C. Ruaaera.
Over course of seven miles Capt Closseyand nearly
forty members of the Wane Athletio Club enjoyed the
first rrgnlar weekly cross country run yesterday after
noon, Theutart v. as made about 4 o'clock from the
Caledonian Physical Culture School Jersey City
Heights, and the routetakun was over the Mils to Gar
field aenue. which oscrlooka New York Bay, aud
thence to Pamrapo and return.
Odds and Enda or Sport.
8aiv ratKcivo Nov 0. The international tug-ofwar
context ended last night. Denmark defeated Norway
an 1 Germany beat America Scotland grt ttrst prize,
Denmark .econd, Germany third, and Ireland fourth
Mintsoi, Wis . Nov 1 Isea anl Scbaefer played an
exhibition gameofsno rtolnls here la t evening, Scbae
fer had made 111 when Ite nmshed. Tbelr as ernge
sii.ii aud 212 0. Ives's best run was 101; scbae
fer s. 77.
PntLsbrLrniA. Nov. 3 The meeting of fhe Philadel
phia Po iltry and Pigeon CUb announced for Thursday
iit the Kennel Clnb s rooms Is postponed to next Tues
da evenlnir nt the t olonnnde lintel when delegate
from t.ic National Ponltrv Show Association and from
the New Jcrsev state Poultry boclety will be present
The I'enush.mta State Poultry Association will hold
Its meeting Thursday afternoon.
This is the LARGEST and most STYLISH PARLOR SUIT
put on the market this season. Covering is of Best quality H
Silk Brocatelle C$7.00 per yd.) ; Tufting is exquisite workman- N
ship, and Fringe is rich, to match cover. OUR PRICE $125.00. M
No Suit that we have seen at $200.00 can compare favorably
B with it. All of our Suits are proportionally reasonable in price, I
D while the assortment is the largest in the Metropolitan Market, i
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billiard cues, ate, IB usd '!' M
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PlaylBE. ffi 1,
A handicap lawn tennis tournament, epea ta all W V
Klnga county clubs, was played yesterday at the Tvren k ' ti
ty-thlrd Itegimeut's armory, Brooklyn. Th results 5'1 I.
were- ft W
First Ronnd-D Can tier, Crescent Athletio Clnb, t!,. j.sl
scratch, beat II Hertcamp, Alteora Tennis Club, IE, by til h
. 11-1 j Carroil J. Post, C. A. C, acratch, beat E. K. Ii jjji
rayne, Twenty third rteglm. nt Tennis Club, 16. by 7 6. t.'O't
8-1: Dr. ITarer, Kings County T.C. scratch, beat J. W. I-H !
rtaymond. Twent -third Regiment T. C scratch, by de- J jl' '
fault: p. llertcamn Alteora T. P , SO beat E Codet, S -4
Twentj third Kiglmeni T. c. by H-0, 0-0. WlUlatn r V ti'B
AdniuK.C A i", tu n at llirns Klnwst'nuntyT o, 30. kH rix
by il-I. 62: U Hertcamp. Alteora T. 15, heat f t P1I
MoCon, Mugs Pounty T. t., 10. by O-o. 0-0. li ! Re
t. Jones, Altera l. , bsal i II lirenelle, Twenty- tl R
thl'd I rglinrtit T C.ai b) il r.,t 1 Ur. tlrilllths. ! rl fir
IirooklyuT. C, BO, beat Dr. Morrison. Brooklyn T.C Hi
an bj i4i ;-il b-j il,
heroml Itounil Candler beat Post. B 2 7 B: F. licit K HA
camp bent lrarer.lt 4, H .1. I Heltcanip beat Adams ('. W
O ill. Dr. tlrimtbsb'at Jones 0 4. ft b tLl id
Third Ro'nd K Ileitcnnip beat I andler, 6 0, 6 3: M 'i
L Heltcanip beat Dr iirl.tlths, 0 , tt t st! i;
llnal Itoutid-L. llclicamp beat F. Heltcamrc 0-5, Sf.1 '
Ead orthe BTanbattan Tennlis Tonraey. ' ;fj
The annual fall handiran tennis tournament of th It; 5i' B
Manhattan Tennis Association waa finally brought ton i : 3 B
olose yesterday alternoon by the plajlngot tbe last two fl lv
matrbe In the gentlemen' singles In the first of tf, ?J H
thfbe luy D Thurber, with a handicap or fifteen, de- 3.' ft m
featedJ P. Paret (scratch) In a close and Interesting ff' jt m
tnn'ch of three si ts and then subsequently won th iilV m
final match mm' H Ullam I unnlngham tnfteen) with Vi r' fl
considerable tuaruln to spare. In the Paret-Tburber if t$ H
niati h it ssiisapinrent that the former Has user-contl ( ji bH
dent of irtors. md plajel vers cnrelesly In the see- if affl
otiil set In ttie t'usl match Tliurberenslly outplayed svJ
Cimuiuchnm, onl losing one set of the four plnyed. Vf. 'U assa
Tiie result" of nil t ve eren a in this tourney now 131,' U; H
show Hat the Lnnx T. C. pli)cri. won first In three J) I l" M
events and the Ari-I T t: llrst in two esenta The Fifth Mi iH ssssl
AstnuoT P did pi t wlnanythlrtr The wtnnera were: SK ssssl
tlciitlcmen s slncks. It. D Thurber. Lenox T. C (1G): k 'H
gent ctnen a doublen, I 1. Piret and L. Wyefh, Lenox vr. fiivH
T. P (scratch), Indies' singles Miss L. Stroud. Ariel T. 9i ! ssxl
P. (!."). in.lli' doubles. MlfcS L. Stroud and Miss A. Trim- M 11' sH
nier. Ariel T C. tscratchi, ml-si'l doub'es. J. P. Paret M iisxS
ard Miss II S I ndsrhlli, Lenox T. C. (scratch). Th tl- !' xH
scores of yesti rda h play were i If .H
(cntlenieu's hftules, semi tlnal RonndR. D Thurber, r,LJ itlH
Lenox T C. till beat J. p Paret, Lenox T. O. (scratch), ';- 'IX'sbbbI
0 rt ii j, tl 3 fA 1,'M
1 liiu! Round It D Thurber, Lenox T. C. 1161 bat W. uFi lrisBxl
Punnlugbnm, Fifth avenue T. C. (IS), d-3, -l, -, Ft. plaH
6-a. M ;UH
Dewburat IVaa Pitched Oat. ft ICj'H
Quite a large atsrmblago of qonlt admirer saw th ff j !v
second match for t:3 a side yesterday between John yA i,U
6horrock and Tom Dewhurst at Dick IThlte's groonda iv MH
lu south Brookln. A mouth ago the men met at th ; il'BSBsi
same place, and to the surprise of everybody preseat ilL
Ehorrock n as beaten by a score of 61 to 26. II at one A ''HJ
asked for a return game and Dewhurst accded & -H
to his rco,i st The match was at 1 yards. If1) i SM
Alpointsun I'ptn ulthiitn day or two Dewhurst ha '.PIbbk1
hi en pitching in great form, but yesterday h waa en- If A n(asxl
tireli out of shape and u I eaten by ui to 29 8hor- iri iiJkm
roc pitched atruo and steuls game, aud It woagencr- tLn ! asssxl
ally conieded that Uncle lomui) at bis very best would IA1J i'H
base been compo led to do some tall pitching to pull fffl rt'assBK
through The rtioa 'vera In capital condition, and both ti, il f-exsxl
men v. ere svelio itched. Tom Smith being the "whiter" fKi i.-xBBxl
for Dewhnrst and Jotiu Horati for shorrock Jockey $(3 fkm
lgan lookel r irefully after Dewhurst s quoits. It 1 )! 2 1. ibbbkI
likely that another match uiu be arranged, so as to ill !,ixBBxl
settle the question of superiority. Vii v jH
Plenty or Goose In Jersey. fvsxal
FsixnOLD. Not. 2 Th gunning season tn New Jersey JQ iVfjB
opened yesterday, and notwithstanding It waa Sunday, p )tJH
anumberorrnthuslastie sportsmeu tried their luck. 1 r3 t''xi
In almost eser) Instance they returned home with full ;' piHJ
bags. Oalng to the comparatively mild weather last HI JrflJ
winter there Is an abundance of game. Rabbits are m Six L sbbbbkI
usually iilentifnl nbilo quail were never before so iJ3 ,bbbbk1
numerous In Monmouth county both varieties of gam '.'! tM
are abundant au 1 a suctessful..' is in Is anticipated In yiii ' H
the upper part of the county sescral Hocks of ruffed i i-'sxxl
grouse have been scared op by the drgs Tbe popping tjll t bbbbk1
of guns has ten tietnl ail day to-duy from daylight to JfrMiasBBBxl
dark, and tbe hunters will no doubt bring uometarga lid ':xaxl
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$20 Overcoats $101 19
I $15 Overcoats $81 :
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Carnegat, andChosapcako Cay; 40 to BO per lit H
cent, reduction In Heavy 10-boro Ducking; fi, :JH
Guns. Genuine Snetllsh Dog-skin Coots. 1 t'L'SB
Leather Coats, $3.00 up. Mi Ah
Iioaelocl Shells, every quality. Guns taken J. '
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