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10 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, ftOVKMBKR 8, 1893.
i YALE MUST TAKE A BRACE
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Aelnajl Flay-" PnufltaMa Will Beat
I.." Maya Bia Blckak-Othar Saataa.
A nickok. Ilia Die Yala eToard, walked to
tho drnsslng room at Manhattan Flald after
tha mno with tha New York Athletlo Club
,i eleven yesterday aftarnoon. ho blurtad out:
"This settles It. Pennsylvania will boat Ut
neit Battirday right on thla field " Hl com
panion iald never a word, but they lookad
in. mo-half of forty minutes and another of
thirty the Yal "Varsity eleven succeeded In
adoring but 42 point! against the ruetr mer
ctin -footed players. In several instances
wero the Yale men oompelled to surrender the
ball on downs, and once there was a play that
made the small New Haven delegation shiver.
Ithappenedln tho flrstlhalf. when Hutchin
son. lUndlne on Yale's thirty-yard line, punted
toward tho coal line. Tho ball sailed ovor Hut
terwortli's head, and would bavecone over the
chalk mark had not Itobertson. New York's
rlcht end. in a fit of frenry. fallen on the ball
between Yale's five-yard line and tho goal. As
ha waa offside, the ball was given to Yale ami
was declared down on her twenty-tlve-yard
line. It was nullerwoith'a intention to let the
ball roll over (lie goal lino nnd then make a
touch hack, which, of course, would have
counted nothing. To the uninitiated, bow
aver, it looked very inueli it If New York had
eomn within three yards of scoring.
Yale's play wa. on the whole, poor. There
was not that wonderful Interference or former
years, and the blocking of the lino lacked
atrangth and snap. Messier, at right tackle,
was a soft mark, and Stlllman. at centre,
played In a manner that would have made a
schoolboy blush. The big fellow was slow
In every movement. He failed to break
through and follow the ball the way
Balllet and Lewis are aocustomed to
do. and he allowed Quarter Hack Crowl
of the Now Yorlts to break through In several
Instances and block Morris's passes. HIckok
and McCroa. the guards, did good work, and
Beard, who wsh tiled at left taokle. showed
considerable ability. Cochran was fairly
strong at left end. but tackled with timidity.
KOreenwuy and Treadway. who covered right
end. didn't startlo the crowd with any wonder
Morris. Yale's quarter hack. Is a coming
star. HiB tackling was superb. Ills passing
quick and ai curate, and his interference
strong and effective. He is built for the posi
tion, and may be regarded as a " llnd." Katon
and Thome, who played half back during the
first half, bucked tho line for good gains and
got around the ends in spite of only ordinary
interference. Thorne. in particular, showed a
vast improvement in bis running and also In
his taokllng. Hall, who replaced Thorne
in the second half, didn't havo much
to do. Butterworth played a beautiful
full baok during the llrst half, but he gavo
way to a youth lv the name of Jerrams. who
was worthless both In ruablne and punting.
Whether the presence of several of the l'rinee
ton players had anything to do with bale's
poor work is a problem, nut the fact remalus
that either Harvard or I'rinceton could have
I .' beaten Ynle's game.
Old Josh Hartwell played left end for the
New Yorks. and actually made monkeys of the
Yale players. He tackled low and hard and
broke through both Ureenway and Treadway
with consummate ease. "House" .laneway.
tin' old I'rlnoeton guard, also made things in
teresting for Mct.rea. but Dowkout's exhibi
tion was lamentably weak. Crowl was nil ovor
the field and was easily New York's star.
There wm about ;i.imio persons inside the
field and twice that number In the bluff and
viaduct when piny began at 2:47 o'clock. Yale
wou the toss and took the ball. New Y'ork de
fending the western goal. Heard got seven
yards Irom the wedge, and then Hutterworth.
Thorne. and HIckok, by sharo plunges
through the centre, carried the ball to the 5
yard line, and Thorne scored the first touch
down after three minutes' Play. HIckok
missed the goal. Beore Yale. 4; New York A.
I New Y'ork began with a wedge, but Bonner
fumbled badly. After three downs Hutchin
son was called upon to punt, but before he got
the leather in the air HIckok broke throngh
and blocked it. It rolled along a yard or
two. and Katon then grabbed It. scoring the
second touch down In .'I minutes. Butterworth
missed the goal. Bcore: Yale. 8; New York
A. ('.. (I. . .
New York's wedge was promptly broken up
for no gain, and Hutchinson Anally punted to
Butterworth. who was downed in nis tracks by
Hartwell. Thome went around the left end
for llfteen yards behind fulr interference, and
then bucked the centre for live yards more.
Yale lost the ball on downs, and it was kicked
back and forth until Katon ran eighteen yards
around ltoburtson. and Messier was pushed
over the line for the third touch down, from
which llutterworth kicked a goal. Time. 12
minutes. Score. 14 to ii.
Crowl got through Ynle's centre for ten yards
on the kick nit. and Bonner tok live more.
Mesbler's off-side play resulted in five yards for
New Vurk. Then it whs thai Hutchinson punt
ed, anil BohertBon, while off side, fell on tho
ball i In en yards from Yule's goal line. Yale
received the ball on the twenty-llve-vard line
for thb. and promptly sent her hacks through
New i'ork's centre, working the ball rapidly
down the field until Thome finally scored a
touch down, and Butterworth goulud. Time,
3 minutes. Sunre. 2u to 0.
( rowl made ten yards through Stillroan on
the wedge, and Bonner made sight more
through Messier. It was Yale's !al! on downs,
but eh- lost, it immediately in the same way.
Hutchinson punted, and Yale's back" resorted
to short rushes through the centre nnd around
the pmls lochran scoring another touch
down in j ust two minutes. Butterworth miss
ed the goal, and the score stood 24 tod.
Crowl was pushed along or eight yards, and
then New ork surrendered the ball on downs.
Butterworth circled the right end for twenty
yards, being finely tackled by Crowl. Messier.
Thome, and Kuton rushed for a total of forty
Jards. hot Lie bull was fumbled by Morris, and
anewny fell on It. Hutchinson punted, and
Butterworth. after catching it. ran ten yards
Thorne. butterworth. Kuton. and Beard
hustled the oval up to Now York's line, and
Eaton took it over. Butterworth kicking an
easy goal. Time. 7 minutes. Kcore. .'ftitoil.
Time for the llrst half was up a moment later.
In the second half Yale's play wsh ho ragged
that It was llfbeen minutes before Messier
scored the llrst touch down. HIckok kicked
the goal, making Yale's total 361 Five minutes
later Thorne made another touch down und
jTlckok goaled. After that Yale hud u hard
Ume to bold her own. The final score was 42
tod Here is tho line up:
Yulo. '....is. .Veir )7j,A A i;
b-hraii - bartend Hart writ
Beard Lett tackle Koltiiian
" - uKgusro.. ; rtia',vrnS;vr
SLllltii.il c.ntre Walker
irfcog.. . Right guard tanrway
Messier Hight tackle Howkont.
roadway ! K'a-hleud Hobertaoe.
KJE ;:;::::) wrt.rtac. gg
ftffl''""".'! I-eft half Pack Monks.
Thorne.' '.'.'.'A Rlht half back Bonn.r.
I Jerrsin.""11'. ! Poll tMWk Hutchinson.
I Rerere.-Mr. Wiirtsmburg, I'mpira Sir sheineid.
1 Teaoti down. Thorne. :t Raton. 2. Me.slsr 1 inch
ran. I. deal from touch downs Butterworth B Hie
ok. 2. Playing uiuo-om bill of 40 minute, and ou
ball of an uiluutes.
i-itiyi i-.ios aCOBBD i unit points.
Sat It waa Ur. Kcrub Team tkat Faced tha
tlmiiLr A. C,
I Trlneeton. with a scrub team, beat the
! Orange Athletic Club eleven at Orange Oval
yesterday morning by a score of : points to
nothing. The Tigers were minus the ser Ices
of Holly. Wheeler. Balllet. ami King, and con
sequently put up a very ragged game. There
was practically no Interference, the ball was
tumbled repeatedly, ami the tackling was high.
The backs failed to run low und the blocking
in tho lino was very weak The Orange boys,
on the contrary, played good football, und It
lo. ,k the collegians just 20 minute s in the
first half to score their llrst touch down, which
was made br Morse. Burt missed an easy
goal, and four minutes later the half ended.
For the first flftoen minutes Orange kept tha
hall In Princeton's territory, muoh to the de
light of the 3,5d0 spectators. Then the Ti
gers' wind began to tell on the Orange men.
and they workod tho ball to within three yards
Of the Orange goal, where they lost the nail
on downs, so strong was the defence work of
the home team.
In tho sscond half Barnstt made a touch
down tor I'rinceton after ten minutes' playiog.
und Burt failed to kick n cliche 1 goal. After
, tha: tho ball changed sides reptatedly on
downs snd interference, but there was no more
seoUeg. j Mtt trtfifff ttlgf WM up Bue.l was
Bjfc'ji , , ., n-aae-as ' '
" II I ""
kicked la the head, but he refused to leers the
game. Morse had bis nsok twisted and gave
war to Voorhees.
Play began promptly at 10:30 o'cloek. After
ssvsral scrimmage In tho centre of the Held
Princeton secured - the ball on downs, and
Mores was ssnt bstwssn Unit and Buell for a
live-yard gain. Then Bwlght fumbled the ball
and Buall fell on It. Orange now gradually
forced herllnoalong Into l'rlnceton's territory
until the ball was down on the twenty-yard
lino. Four downs gave the ball to Princeton and
Burt fumbled. Marshall caught (he leather
nnd sent it booming back in lively style.
AVard got It on the bound, but Coyne nailed
him in the wink of an eyelash. I'rinceton
braced up. and soon had the hall on Orange's
Id tnrd lino, where a fumble by Dwight gave
Webb a chance to fall on the ball. I'rinceton.
however, recovered it on Burdlck's fumble,
and pushed It to within two yards of Orange's
Orange put up a great nit of defensive work
here. Three times did Ward and Burt try to buck
through thecentre other line for an apparent
ly easy touch down, huteach time the Orange
rushers formed a wall of Iron, and the Tigers
fell back baffled. On the next trial Orange got
the ball because of no gain, and Marshall,
amid a great cheer, kicked the bnll
to tho forty-yard line. where Morse
waa downed in clever style by Kyle.
Princeton proceeded to force the ball back
again until 'range's 2d yard line was reached.
wnen Ward fumbled and Place made n dash of
ten yards around Mccauler's end. Burt
tackled him low and hard, and Place dropped
the ball for Morse to fail on. Miort rushes by
Morse and Burt brought the bnll to within live
yards of the Orange gnnl line and in u wedge.
Morse was finally forced over for the llrst
touch down after 211 minutes of play Burt
but an easy goal to klok, hut the bull sailed a
foot under the bur. Kcore- I'rinceton. 4;
Orange A. C, tl.
Orange's wodge yielded seven yards, but the
Tigers soon collared the ball on a fumble.
Burt punted, but Marshal! sent the loather
back just were It came from It was curried
back nnd forth about In the middle of the
field until time for the first half was called
with tho ball on Princetons forty-live-yard
line. Inning the Intermission the crowd
marvelled at the unexpectedly good work of
the Orange eleven, and the prediction was
generally made that tho home team would
defeat both the Crescents and New Yarks for
the American Football I'ulon elminplonshl".
The opening of the second half was marked
by wretched tumbling on both sides nnd high
tackling by Princeton. In a red-hot scrim
mage Morse got it In the neck with both of
Burdlck's feet, and left the Held reeling like a
drunken man. Voorhees lock his place, and
Iirotnptly punched a hole between l'.uell and
lutehinson for ton yards. Burt mado ten
more around Kyle's end. and Voorhees found
another opening in the line for eight. Push
plays and centre bucking carried t lie leather
to u point where Harnett, who had succeeded
Ward, ran nine yards through the centre and
scored the second touch dovn. Burt made n
ridiculous attempt to kick an easy goal and
failed, the score stondlng 8 to 0.
Burdlck had the ball Insido Orange's wedge
am! was onlv stopped after making fifteen
yards. Taylor'strousers were seriously ripped,
anil .lack MoMasters took ten minutes to sew
the seam up. Then Marshall Bent up a sky
rocket punt, nnd Trenchant, upon catching it.
tried to run. but was downed in his tracks by
long-armed Kyle Burt uow punted, and
Trenchant threw Marshall heavily on Orange's
2d-yard line. Princeton cot the ball on a fum
ble, but lost it directly on downs. Then the
fighting went back to the centre of the field,
where It remained for nearly all the remain
der or the half When time was called the hall
was on Orange's .id yard line. The line-up
was as follows:
jsrfaevfoa. rolnon. o . a. c,
MoOaaUj Ift.a ku.
i hurch ...Lett taokle Webb.
Ty!SJDer ..; ...'.; :.:!'-ft uiird vhn.
f rntrdU... Ontre Ha.1l
Taylor Ultrht iruard Buelt.
I,r a Kitrht mettle Hatcblnion .
Trenrharil Ria-ht end Coyne
1 1" u-lit Quarter back Burdick.
Mnsttv;:::: :::::::::! un "" "ck F""
voo""....... .;::... I """""" F1"d"
Burt Fullback ..Manball
Rrfere Mr. Alexander of Wmleyan. I'mplre Mr
Corbla of Vals Tnaeti downs-rHorse, 1: HarnMt. 1
Playing time - Two balvea of .'10 inmuiei each.
tTARVARD MADE A POOU HHOWISO.
The Bestoa A. A. .Eleven llrliitlin Crlmaoa
Down to lO Folate.
Cambridge. Nov. 7. Harvard beat the Bos
ton Athletic Association to-day by 10 to t). Tho
score does not tell the story of the game and
of the poor showing Harvard made in this lust
but one practice before Yale. The Ik A. A.
outmatched tho crimson in weight, hut did not
at any time seriously threaten Hnrvnrd's goal.
Their defensive work was sharp and much
quicker than Harvard's. Their individual
playing also, in many cases, was of a superior
kind. The big. heavy forwards were a host in
themselves, but their ends and tackier were
the least effective. Waters, brother to Capt.
Waters of Harvard, was. however, an excep
tion. All the backs made good gains around
the guards and tackles. Peters was perhaps
the most effective of the three. The mass play
on guards and tackles was worked time and
The feeling In regard to Harvard's work Is
not at quite so low an ebb as Inst year, when
: the score with the IS A. A. was Id to 12. but It
i is as far down as any one wants to see it.
Harvard gained good practice, but that was
j all. The playing was decidedly below what
It ought to he. and the eleven needs to take
I just as big n brace as they did last year If they
: are to make a resooctablo showing. Neither
In defensive nor offonsive work was there much
merit. Only occasionally they showed their
I best strength, and then the 11. A. A could not
, gain an inch.
The unsteadiness which prevailed all through
I the game was highly discreditable tothecrim
son. Lewis allowed a man to make a clean
I hole through his position, and Peters went
into It like a bolt, and gained several yards
over his distance. Mackle and Acton found
more than they could manage in Fay and
Whitman. Bepeated gains were foioed on
them by the B. A. A.'s fine mass play. Mana
han. for the first time this year, allowed him
self to be outplayed, and by Waters. Half of
the gains were on him. Newell was far more
effective than Manalinn. but even Newell was
far from playing his customary game. Blanch
ard and Stevenson, however, did goud work.
Behind the line there is abundant cause for
criticism. The heaviest of it would rightfully
fall on Fairchild. who ran the team in a more
lifeless manuer than most quarter backs
would be capable of doing. He was painfully
slow in getting the hall In play. He did not
interfere with any vim or effectiveness. In
breaking through and tackling, however, he
showed better judgment, and made several
Brewer did by long odds the cleverest work,
but was not backed up by the rest of the team.
As usual, ha was hurt, and Oray took his place
toward the end of the llret half. Gray made
some very decent gains, and showed up much
better than Oonterman. Clarke was not had In
comparison, but he did not play with the clev
erness of Wrightlngton, who took his place In
the second half While euch back did fairly
ftood Individual work, they were sadly out of
x i in .Hi with each other. The interference
was broken Into with perfect ease, and the
fumbling was as careless as It has been at any
time this year.
The very llrst play of the game started with
a tumble, and the ball went to 11. A. A. llitr
vard fulled to secure It again until she had
been forced to' the forty-yard line. Then
Brewer made a beautiful run of thirty yards
around Wardner. and in this the Interference
was good But holding nnd off-side (day hero
and at many other pointe in the gnme
cost Harvard the possession of tho
leather. Then for five or six minutes
the ball seesawed between Boston s .Id
and 4d-yard line, and after more minutes
of indecisive playing Brewer made another
thirty-yard gain, this time also around H aid -ner.
and Brewer was downed only on the live
yard line Clarke gained two yards and lost it
on the next rush. Off-side play came in hand
ily, and Harvard moved half the distance to
the goal line. On the next rush Acton carried
the ball over and a goal was kicked, hcorn,
5 too. It had taken the crimson rushers, how
ever. 2.1 minutes to make it-
Again Harvard scored In the second hair,
which lasted but ten minutes Oray. Acton,
and Mnekie made flnegatns, particularly Gray,
and little Wrightlngton also scored a 2i-yurd
run around Whittren. but oil side plsy pre
vented It from counting. Shorter gains, how
ever, by the same player and Gray brought the
ball to the four-yard line, aud Gontorman car
ried it over through a good hole opened by
Acton. Fulrchlld made r.a Inexcusable failure
at goal and the game ended
It mav be said with perfect fairness that the
decisions of the refereo were manifestly an
surd. Both sides suffored, particularly Har
vard. Walter Camp and Hhoades of Yale viewed
the game from the side lines. The elovons
lined up as follows:
garaanf. I'ttsimmi. &'. a, A.
st.tvanioo baftenrt Wardner.
Xanabau l.efl laokla Waters.
a. mil I i n Kuanl Fay
1.. v. i. i en i re liastinfe
Markle Hbflit soard . Wliumao.
Newell... login tscklc War
11 n liar il Right i nil Win I tree.
Kalrcblld iuaiier back UellOald
naka ! Half backs ttlaVaV
ttriidiilByiont I r"-1"'-
"5n7r 111 aloNssr.
' l'e'e-ee-rierce of the Boston 4. A.
I ui,. te- Siuuka of Harvard.
ml r r -" :'li
cumrMK rxTcomrron ram cbmmomhtb.
Tbey VelkaS Weeleywa'a -Varsity Klewea ky
The Wesleran 'varsity elsyen. late of the In
tereolltgtate Football Association, made their
last appearance on the field this season in a
game against ths Crsscent A. C. at Eastern
Park, yesterday afternoon. They thought they
would wind up the year's work with a victory,
but the Crescents were In fighting mood and
made the visitors retire with a 4 to 0 score
There was a Urge attendance. Including
many of Brooklyn's handsomest women. Then
there was a group of lusty Wosleyan students,
who weregettlngthelrvolceslntrlm forfuture
oratorical efforts by shouting heartily every
time their pet player. Gordon, made a particu
larly long punt. This was quite often, for
Gordon was In the best of condition, and one
of his punts was good for sixty yards.
The Crescents were strong along the line,
and their heavy rushers had not a little to do
with the victory. " Brewer" Itobertson was
something which the Wssleysn hoys could not
quite get around. Pomerov. formerly a mem
ber of the Adelphi Academy eleven, made a
minimi of hard-telling tackles.
It was the Crescents' ball at the start. They
gained five yards. Sheldon added another five
yards by going through the Wesleyan centre.
Then Wosleyan got the ball on the kind of a
fumble that the Crescents are so fond of mak
ing. Berrian rnn for fifteen yards around the
left end. Gordon punted well. Tower. Hhel
ilon, and Norrls. hy successive gains, brought
the ball lo within two yards of Wssleynn's
goal, where they lost it. Gordon punted, and
the bull sailed back to the centre of the field.
Miclib.il and Pratt enoh ran for twenty-five
Pratt trlod for a goal from the field, but
failed. Gordon soon after made his sixty
yard punt. Fish was Injured, and Colron took
his place. Gordon was also injured, but con
tinued to play. Sheldon nnd Pratt carried the
ball to the WeslevHU's live-yard line, and then
Sheldon was pushed over lor a touch down.
The game was stubbornly played In the sec
ond half. Prentiss, owing to an injury, retired
In favor of Owen. Berrian ran splendidly for
thirty yards; but Sheldon, White, and Pratt
took the ball back In WeBleyan's territory
again hy twenty-yard runs. Sheldon carried
the ball over the line, but the plsr was not al
lowed. The ball was fought over a foot from
Weslcvan's goal. Sheldon bail just got the ball
down on the goal line when the call of time put
nn end to the struggle. The final score: Cres
cent AC. 4; Wesleyan. 0. The teams were:
iirvmtA. I. 'twifinna, HVefevua.
Uuill '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. Left lackte Singer.
llotcltkUs I f guard dulls.
Ha.ds In i-ii' r. Town.
K i.-riKuu ,, Rigblguard Hrlggs.
Wnrilen Klgbt tackle honlss.
r!ii" ' ..;: :: ! R'int ail I .
N orris Quarter back Stack.
White l.eit ball back Neman
Mielrioa Right Half hark. Marshall.
rratt Full back Uordon.
Ueferee-W. It. Ford. Crescent A. U Umpire E. O.
Plttabnrgh A. C, A llrichrnv A. A..O.
PiTTSBt'ROH. Nov. 7. The largest and most
enthusiastic crowd that ever saw a football
game In this city witnessed the first match
game between the strong elevens of the Pitts
burgh Athletic Club and the Allegheny Ath
letic Association at A. A. A. Park this after
noon. P. A. C. won the game after the great
est struggle ever seen here by a score of 0 to
0. Tho day was a good one for football, raw
nnd chilly, and the grounds were In excellent
shnpo. The crowd was intensely partisan, and
the rival club colors covered the grand stand,
coaches, and those who stood along the side
The play of both teams was desperate from
start to finish. P. A. C. played a smash game
throughout, showing wonderful team work.
The :-A eleven was most successful on end
plays, but could not stop the bucking and
whirling of tho red and white. No score was
made in the llrst half, but after twenty-five
minutes' play in the second half Martin of P.
A.C broke through the M-A. line and scored a
touch down, running twenty-live yards. The
.'l-A s played desjierately alter this, forcing the
bnll to P A. C.'s ten-yard line, but could not
The playing of Martin and I.oranx and Bead
for P A. C. was excellent, while ('apt. Kafferty.
Ben Donnelly. Hurrold. and Donoghue did
good work for .'l-A. s. The two teams lined up
r. a. r. ration. a a. a.
J Aull T.eft end C. Pnnnelly.
i.uiu'i.r Left tackle Ilarroid
llemitnstaU . . . Left guard. d Raflerty.
Read dan Ira . . Hewana.
F. Klcbey Right guard j oopVland.
Rllsy Right taokle ) T V'i'.cu.
I Iximax Rlgt end. antleva
d Aull. (-'apt. ...Quarter back . . Valentine
d iticliey Left half back.. .11. W. Hafferty, Capt.
WEt'orl " Blrttb.lfb.ck .Ifc&oS:!-
Hroivn Fullback Douugbue.
Touch down Wanln doal Iteait. Injured Martin
d'roctor . R. Donnelly (K Fiaous;. Trees idoneiand'.
Referee Mr Rachr of Cleveland, t inplre Mr. Forgy of
JVcw Jersey Atklrtle I int.. 4 New York
'I keoloBleal Seminary, O.
Football teams representing the New Jersey
Athletic Club and the New York Theological
Seminary hnttled yesterday afternoon before
seven hundred spectators on the New Jersey
Oval at Bergen Point, and were found to be
pretty evenly matched at almost every phase
of the sport. The resjlt was a desperate and
exoiting contest, from which the newly or
ganized eleven of the Jerserites emerged vic
torious. They managed to prevent their
opponents from scoring In either half. Dur
Ipg the lust live minutes of the encounter the
future clergymen from the metropolis fought
so strenuously that they several times cams
within an ace of tying the score, the Jersey
men having made a touch down in the first
half by dint of splendid team work and
brilliant runs by Klsworth Owing to the in
terference of tho wind Christie failed to kick a
goal. The teams lined upas follows:
A. J'. ,..!.,;, ral
ir Jtrtry A. I rwOme.. RV'Mry
Curtlsa Right end . .. H. Howden.
Klndlay. Right tackle Iach.
Martinez Right soard .Jewell.
.Luc iav Centre ..Nelson.
Koe tiler l-elt guard Turner.
liavies Left tackle Hnitth.
Mastersonr. Left end Wilde
IIuiI-.ii uuarler back si.iinuaii.
smith i ..Right half back. Scott.
chrlillel i Meldrom.
Ids won h Left half back Collins
Straight. I Fullback F. Howdss.
Score Naw .terser Athletic club. 4: New York Theo
logical Seminary, o. Touch down. Klsworth. empire
il M Turner. -lr. New York Theological Seminary
Reteree-hydnev L smith. New Jersey A. C.
Sreeapolat Rancera, l Ooata Orerapolnt
Tblatiee, a I'oluia.
The championship of Greenpolnt was at
iitnl.n in tho match game of football under
American Association rules which was played
yesterday afternoon on the Willlamsburgh &.
A. grounds nt Bushwlck, I- I., and tho two
contending teams, the Greenpolnt Rangers
and tho Greenpolnt Thistles, were In dead
eornest from the start. Both teams had out
their strongest aggregations. Two halves,
eaoh of forty-fivo minutes' duration, wero
ployed, and some of the prettiest work ever
seen under the Dribbling code was shown dur
ing the playing of the match.
In the first half, aided by the wind, the
Thistles gained three goals, and were soem
lngly making a runaway match of it, as the
Hangers failed to score, but with the change
of goals in the second half the Hungers did the
scoring while the Thistles gained none, and
the result wan a will plnyi'd match, time being
called with eaoh team having three goals.
giswsniesf Aaaffgrf. Pinion. firtiipni' ThiMtt
Mc K inlay Oo.l I. Cnnnolley.
smith. I rullbaoke iMcKoll
Hiack i rouosoks Icolnns
Mriiuire. 1 idrabam.
McLaren. Halfbacks ' c.iftcy
MrWllllallll. I ' lleliabaw.
Mrliitonh. 1 i Cimnolley.
an. i.-bael Forwards i llraly.
Walsh. I I (,",
Devlin. J lHalsa.
Mi,-iiliiu"ltlr. KlJMankaltiies, O.
In the afternoon the Munhattans were de
feated by tlieMorningsides at the Polo grounds.
Hi" score being 1M to 0. This game was a
regular slugging match. The teams lined up
"oni'i.0.i'j' fatflj SjSj "" ''' c'.k."
v mi .nun Led end Lee
Waters. Lad tackle oooilwin.
M. ... neil Left guard . ...... Pi ,..ii
i. ii ...i canua Murpby.
Junes.. Right guard .. Knox.
JJjJ.''"" (Rifht tackle Meagher.
Sr'iue ... ............ ...Right and Wllkint.
Wilklns .Quarterback Shaw
Tut is l.aft hair back Flnka.
Mi. PI .-1. HI Right half back. Mi'i.radi
Bruun Fullback ...Dolan.
Touch downs Mlddleton fih, Tutts. doals from touch
downs Brown. 8. Referee J. Valleh, Jr., Barnard. 'W,
Umpire-F 11 Oooley.
Tavle Freabanea, tW Columbia graakasan, O.
New Havkn. Nov. 7. Yale snd Columbia
freshman football elevens played two
thirty-minute halves on the Yale Held this
aftarnoon. The Yale men wen the game br ,
II id l ... SMs -
?i to 0. The Columbia boys wers heavier than
ale. but lacked training and failed to play
together. In the first half they kept the Yale
men hustling, and came near scoring several
times with the ball on Yale's fire-yard line.
In the last half the Columbia boys were
winded and badly used up. They fell easy
victims to Yale's team play. Cochrane. Brown.
Pond, and 1 Inck showed up best on the Yale
side. For Columbia. Hamilton, Prespraeh.
and Joseph were the most prominent- The
teams lined upas follows:
roh, 'S7. rnHl-nnf. OVimiV 'fl7.
Base T.eftend ('"Connor.
. I. Millar , Lefttackle Trends.
M. Brown Left guard I'srison
'ampbell centre Mulltken.
Ktiirgia Right gnard Andrews.
T. Hilar Right tackle Rijur
Jones Rifhlend loseph.
Hack i. Quarter back a. mi. i
TwitcbSll fed halfback ITMnprlCh.
Fond Right half back Put nam.
Cochrane Fullback Hamilton.
Touch downs -Cochrane. 4; rtnek II I'oml. I deals
Cochrane. 4 I'mpira r II. Hill of Columbia Rrferse
Dyer and M. 8. Telley of Yale
Iaaera. 01 Nt, .Irroeaea, 0)
Yesterday afternoon the. Tasper football team
of Manhattan College defeated the fit. Jeromes
of Harlem for tho second time this season at
Pastime Park. The H. Jeromes were much
stronger yesterday than when they met tho
Jaspers two weeks ago. owing to th addition
of several old college players. Had It not been
for the excellent plsvlng of Colahnn and Ber
iiiinirhaiu of the St. Jeromes the score would
Probably have been larger.
The tackling of O'Brien and Hnnnon was par
ticularly noticeable, as was also the running of
Jasper's bncks The only touch down was
made byKlrhvin the first half. Gleasnn kicked'
the goal. GloRgon nnd Glennon each made
long runs. The teams:
J'MJier A A. dwCiOnJ. A JaeSSISS.
A (''Connor Left end .tnuiea Kelly.
II Br ten Left tackle t'etntisey
Connor jrt guard Ten Fyke.
oldner. .Centre Gorman.
.1. O'Connor Right guard Re run ugh am
Lynch Klg'ttackie Rrern
lianii.iii Right end John Kelly
Clogeer viiarterback S nfta y
Oleason Left bair ba.ik A Kelb.
X'""' Rlgh.b.lfhac. fte."'
(ilennnu .Fullback .Renin.
Keleree llr Srhrlrer. I'mpira Dr. Austin.
On Saturday tho Jaspers will play the strong
teem of Mt 1'rancle .avler College at Pastime
Tklatlra Brat the Hhanroeka.
The West Hide Shamrocks and New York
Thistles, both of this city, played a match
game under association rules at tlij fit. George
Cricket Club grounds. Hoboken. yesterday
afternoon. The result was three goals to one
in favor of tho Thl-tles The latter were short
some or their best players. Only one goal was
scored in the llrst half, it being kicked by
Adams of the Shamrocks. The 'I histles made
three goals in rapid succession In the second
half, 'i he goals wero kicked by Napier. Bowon.
aud Fit nn. The teams licod up us follows:
-saomwirla, PoffffoSS, rAie'efc
p'Conurll aoal Wide.
,r"lk (Fullbacks lHynti
Ferguson run backs I Davidson
dimnilly , , liunn.
oi rcinor I Half backs ' Mcl'ermott.
f"gent t I Watson.
Murphy. i i Taylor.
"anna 1 Mcdnm
Ad ins f Forwards. H.men.
i.'iiii., j , i)U
Referee-nnvnl Harher Linesmen W. J Rrure for
the Thiatlss aud Joseph Clear) tor the Shamrocks.
Berkeley School, S6 imliln Grammar. O.
The first games for the championship of the
Interscholastio Football Association were
played yesterday afternoon at Berkeley Oval
Berkeley School won the first gnme from Co
lumbia Grammar School with eae. The C. G.
S. lads were greatly outweighted. They were
also outplayed, and Berkeley won by a score of
'.'Itod. Touch downs wers mado duringthe
first half by Brower 121. Richards, and Irwln
Marrin. Brower kicked throe goals, Irwin
Martln made n. touch down in tho second half.
The teams were:
lir.-k-l-i. fM'tai CA'uieJ.V. ff-ommar.
Maxwell t.eftend Kltile
Ralne Lefttackle Rowel!.
Rail Left iftiard htuMein.
Cunningham centre li. mecke.
Sargealit Right guard ...Neals.
"like Right tackle rien.
Arm.troag Right end Ticilemann
W alker nuart-r hack I'ernunac.
Richards... I ed hair back ..Krlttroir.
Brower Right hair hack .Mitchell.
Irwin Mania .. .Fullback Wagner
Referae-i liadwick. Harvard sctiooL I'mplre Sands.
Tolunleera, M; I: llsaketh A. C.i O.
The Volunteers ensllydofeated the Elizabeth
A. C. yesterday by scoring a touchdown in the
first half anl another after live minutes' play
in the second half. Kelly of the Volunteers
played a star game, linking repented long
gains. At the opening f the second half the
Volunteers played a variation of the Cornell
wedge, which netted tbem ovor thirty yards.
The teams lined up as l ;; nvs:
VWsaiffg. '' F.Kvhth A. C.
llorgan left etut Coyne.
.Vaiulok leillickle Toarniay.
ti Horuum Left guard Schumacher.
C.irnell Centre M ore.
hchaefer Kurlil guard Mchenrle.
tlugtiee Right tackle lli.i.
'l'yu'?mn':-:.- : ld Alexander.
Carls. Capt Quarter hark Knn,j
Kei.y LeTi halfback McKenzle.
iulci.lt Y.-.m, t h.i 1 t...i-k. . iticker
4:n- ifiii Km! back McCord.
Umplra Dr. Davit S V, a l Reeretf !r Hint,
Columbia Coll eve. Tou ii downs Kelly, Carlttoo,
1 in.e of (,,ni:.' .i . minute
Hontdtnlr A. ( . 'U i Tuxedo, O.
Montclair. Nov. 7 The Montclair Atlilotlo
Club defeated the Tuxedo Club of New York
0Q the Valley Hoad crounda tliis afternoon bv
a score o( alii to 0 Tho tea n work of Mont
clair and the running of Waco wore t hi fea
tures of the snme Holland and Mflliatik
iilared a irno't tfam" for Tu.tfldo, n the llrst
half tho horn team red IK, and the end
plainly showed that the Montelftir beof war ton
much for the (Jotham boya Tlio teams lined
Up us (uliuwn.
Toj-rriV'. rmiHtm Mmtr'air,
i.niiibnrker I.ott end Koller.
Tomiikint If! turtle Tori ay,
1. npi-mce l.efl tfu aril Lloyd,
Perry ,inlre Hra-iy
i. ."bourne . Kic'n K'lard Murray
N-'rinen II u 111 im-Lle Harmon.
H". iini Knrht nl 1'iara
Hny( .... i;. rl.T Imrk . Wlllismi
'roiii.ni, in k; itiirlit lialf back Kennedy.
Mllbjtnk Iir l. Air heck Miller
aLarindoo Pull back i;u-;eil
Ilnrm.i t. I : Nninraorfl, 4.
yesterday morning, at Mount Morria Park,
the .laniard School de-Vated the Satrainoro
Football Club by a score of 1H to 4. The frame
as a whole was poorly played, and Barnard
won only becnusn the Nana mores played poorer
than they. Lesperauce and Hitclno eai?h
prored a touch 'town and M'me two Rdgar
HlmPSon kicked three ffoala I.enpeiance
made a run of forty lanls and Rltohte one tlie
lencth of the field Tin teams lined up as fol
Roberts I ,f n'i flrlfllths.
hberveod I.f i turkle ftitrtue.
Mnrttn .1 aft kDSrd 'oiatkS
Htftjre (Vntre Pliarlentl.
(iitrriiruei litpftil Ifliaril Mutton.
r'Tcohh. I.igl.nackle Ryan.
WeMtervalt Hubt mi 1 Mrponough.
UllDplODs 1,'i.uricr i-nck . , Msnson.
fw?JMUl ! he" b,r t,"'k ,s- ,ll,cl-
Kyme Hnrht half bik. . . Hall.
Hoirare Pull back onnor.
Referee A. w Kelly of Uaroerdi ' i injure ft w
Cobb of Barnard. V4
OlenrIilK' ,rti kn1mjU9$ 9,
BfyooMFiKLD. Nov. 7 fllenrldyje defeated the
I-afayettes of .Ters-ey City this afternoon on the
Glen ridge Oval by ;i soora of lt toO. The fine
interference of the iileiiridco players caused
frequent bursts "f applause. Hugheft'a bunt
Inc and hpencer'8 runs or forty, thirty, and
twenty yards were ipeclftl features of the
came. Tho eleven lined up as follows:
QttnrUltt. i '" ftt-ttjrtt$.
PufMelQ I. alt ni-l Khruentiiiry.
Bowron.. l-eii t.M'kle .. ( iiuiidior
Hull i.s-u ffimril Kniilka
f-eiburl t .-ntrr tt lljlaini
Ainlerann J;'k.- ' K'"ir'l llM.lrl.-ke.
.'ii.K Hunt taokle l.fbniuu.
Perry anil Harnei. Itltflu ' '"' h'1 er
fit out giiir'ii buck Holier ts.
hpenoer i wii inif back .Utektoib
liei.r'iut J, .ii Nt r bai-k Uwvur,
Mertiuand llugbss rull lis1' Ssiillng
Tourh ilownn (ilfiiri-I.e I Hnall frotn lom'b ilnwrn
Ilugbu .' Iiijuri'l Merlin nnd Perry l iiipu-j-..
helberi lleferee-Mr. 1-- WU
uiler, tl; M trvtird Nrhonl, 19.
The name between culler and Harvard at
.Berkeley oval yettrdft7 was cleverly con
tested. Harvard vn ahead ut tho end of the
flint half, with a score of 1-toH. In the seo
0ml hall tho I uti-iites braced up. and the
gnme ended ii' follovfi Cutler. 14. Harvard.
12. The learns were
i wit-. I ' ' U'i't'i'4
YouXm Left end Smitb
Klmar Li.i iac-iie Aibtnscn.
t'rorker teff."rl r. Aikniiuu.
liar'len ...Centre Wiitnain.
"nil .una Kitrlit miard . . Peail
McHurney JiU'it tackle Maltai.
Mn'i'-niu lugbi end Adame
t'urll ynttrlT back PatlarfOD.
Hri.iwi f.fi half back Wnitnev
IuiIkubc KiRbt half back.. Webster.
Hand tuiirack . iteinunund,
Referee-BIIIott. Berkeley. L'mplre-Clsrk. Luluuibla
"101,1," lO, Hi. t-.ul'p Sekool, .
The "Polys" defeaUd the t. Paul's School
at Garden City yeaterday afternoon. In the
first half flash aide drew a blank. By bard
work RadsTsr and Zimmerman scored touoh
downs in the second half. Zimmerman kleked
one of ths eoala. The scorn was 10 to 0 in fa
vor of the Rrooklyn lads. This Is the fifth eon
aecntlvn gnmn Hint tho "roirs" hare won this
seasotu The teams:
"'''i'' " fn.e.. .r. rflvrs.
r'";h,r' Mflen Tompkins.
Bailn.r Left lar.la . . .... Rnlllnaon.
vanr:ery i.-ri m,.l Hrown.
i i.ii:. ii.irin centre wiisnn
''"by limn vuar.t ...Fairbanks.
Niiiiiaus Rlstil tarkle Hammer.
J!"tli instil ami Hear.
f'V yuaner back Rflstll
lnimerm.n I,.fl half bark Ammerman.
1"rke Ii'vlii liair lark Rronk.
Jne. lull bark si .lili.n
llererae-K. K.lly. t'lnnlre-Bert O'Connor.
Nrnerne, f., - Kl.ln Inelltittr. O.
TheSenoca FoothnllCluhof Hnrlam defntel
the Vet Side Institute yesterday afternoon at
the Xnvler Athletic Club Grounds, by a score of
28 to 0. The Seneras wero considerably
heavier than theWpat bldss. and lientaes lind
lind much moreprctlcr. Mtirths. the Henecaa'
nimrter bnck. played the boat Individual (tame,
whllo all their hnck-K made brllllnnt runs. M.
1'reacy of the Wei) Sides made the prettiest
run of tliecamo. Montsnye and ltrown made
themselves conspicuous by thoirtacklluir. The
ll.r Mj. timttBi. riHltfeni. r.a.rij..
Mannmn I.ert end II Treacr.
lampbell. . I.eftla.-kle Morrow.
Waver . , . .
i,,i .;, Ira iiuard Smith.
w'liliti.'ori ;jotatrt a waii.ce.
MarArthur Ruht euard .. I'lnlnns.
Wl'.alan Klvlil larkl. llark
M,r"" Kuthtend Vincent.
V rreaov Ouarler hack Murtlia
Mintanje In lialf bark Vanse.
llateY . .......': I "'" llmlt back Brady.
m"r ; (r-iillback Fay
Hi I. : ' - n . .1- an il llman. Liiiplre-ltosaufelt,
Pratt tnstltats, a., u, , , A ISlratlon. 4.
"We nretatt Mils yams.' sanl the captain of Ih.
Rryant A straitnn eleven at Iro.(ei-t Park yeslenlay
iii'irlmiK" ;uat an limp was cat oil. "tor )ou have keut
Hie last li.ilf up loniter llian the rules allow, ann ilia
sriirca mads arirr the halt hour s plaj don't o at all."
The I'ratt version or ihe alfalrla that there was no
micli Ini.i.i .... ... ,. i ,,., their pari, ami that the score
stands as .n.,.1 ii in tins iiguum- t points lo a. Tha
L'"Z':"a"'' '-".lion. Brym' a jararsa.
I'Wi'fr." befiand Klscber.
.1 Wlllttau lafl taikla lleiiiu.on.
I-. S. I.i , i.eii a-uar.1 Marl 111.
Mi'Nainrtitnn Centre . Kav
M'b'. Kia-hl ifliaril 11". tin
R While i(il(,i tackle. .. ) Bbepberd.
' h ItltKul.
II. I'ratt Hleht end I fn"y .
Jordan onarter back I bounabury.
iwirdtner Uf, half baok . Watt.
T.'".rn,,y Iliiflii halfback Mreeter
Itnbirlson l-'ull back Hlanop
llardin.r made the touch down for Pratt, and Whit
ten kicked the i rote. ted Koal win. I, wou the frame for
them I,-1, , iiiaile the t-'in h dnwii lor Bryan I A;
hlralton. and Ilia kick 111 -'..... waa a ral. lire.
Ailplplil Alumni. SO Adrlphl, O.
The Adelphi Academy eleven wera defeated by an
eleren eompnsad of the alumni of the school yesterday
mornlnff al Prospset Park. In the first hair Adelphi
played a l.:ie game, hoidin. the Alumni s down tonne
touch down, which Petllt made C. Ilutchlna failed to
kick lh"k' al. In the nccon.l hair the Allium! iteight
bck-an to tell, and the. had everything their own wav
11. Ilittchiiis made two touch downs and Pfarrl on-.
(' lllltchtni kicked two of the iroals. I'ettlt'a runnin?
and Soderliolm. centre wor helped Ihe Alu i to
win The .core was: Alumni, I'o. Adelphi o The
A-tttplii. rvilinm. ,1'ima
'sine. bettand Hardin.
""Hi" Lett tackle srllinan
J'"'""'" 1.0ft iruard Taylor.
gl'BOls t'cnlre .sr.di-r.ioim.
I ri.mptoii Kitrht iruard .Kort.
I.nnniia . .. IIikIii tackle Aden
simpion .t.t. nil liutty
f,al!" oil. ner back .'. Hutchln.
Ho In- .ti I., .ft halfback Pettu
Seidell ..Itlirhl halt lack . . .Ii llutctalns
llalpli Fullback P.'arre.
Keleree-Z lieer t inpire tieorg. lintchiiia.
Atluntlra, IN; Wllaan and KrlloCI:, lO.
The Wilson and KcHnm school hoys of this cny
playc.i a plucky panic against the Atlantic, at Govern
or'e Island yesterday morning Had they not weakened
In the .ccond half they would have won. Touch downs
were made by klacbeh. btanton. W. Andrews.
Ilowlett, and Baldwin Machrn kioked one goal and
I'o.t three. Ihe frature of the game .as a run hy
Mnnli.n covering the entire letieth of the Held The
score Atlantic, 18; Wllsotl and Kellogg JO The
,''."',' """" ratlUmt, A l.inHri.
W, i-vke. t . .. . -
K, longer I beftend j Ton.
HtnclalV (Leftlackl. j Hackett.
Dlckertdn '..'.".'.'." ! baft guard Howlett.
E. Wars.. ... '.. ... Contra........ -,.,. I A'rn.,r'
. ,, ' . "...) small
A.Howard Right gnard Hiucken
V Bacon Right tackle .chort
A Patterson Klglitand Baldwin
I. Man-on ouar'erhack it .11 Andrews
I. kellogg ... I.ert half back K Harnett
lilg-'nw . . . : " hl bk.. J R A?rDw."lnl
C. il Mschen i'ani ..miiback smiih.
Referee Lieut iaun, u,-o Umpire Harry Hewitt
SI l .terry". .V. .l .tors, .
Th. fieptune and Monlerey football teams had a
hotly contested game ycnt.rday afternoon on the
North Meadow In Central Park which wound up in n.
di. pine. The Kepltmaa led on the first half by ti ro tits
to 4. an! no further change was made in this until the
end of the game, when Mctlrsw got the hall and scored
a touch dnwn for the Montereys. Ths Neptunen claimed
that tits rereree had ca led "time" before the touch
down i.ss oe. but that g.-ntlainan decided it ahioild
cnu.il and die. aied the gamo in the Moulere. .' lavur
b) b points to U. Ihotealll.:
, .""'""" 'l'.... ,Pt
J u. nte. i.eii end storms
' lunge Lft tackle Wenck
M bangs i...ii Biiai.i it p.,, ,,.....
l.sll .'enira t" Mal.nn
' i''irrw K ghl guard T. D. I'oucher
1 ."I.""1 , , KlgbttacklS T Rua.ell.
I I iiuunsnbacher night snd ..Sanger
i II lto.ee. gnaner hack Hollldav
opnermaii. L-tt half hack . Usdtord.
a, V'li.i.liliach.r llighi half hack I u.ler.
It. Boyco t Kldl back vslcfclratb.
1s.imiI.im, High Hchonl. 4 lrvinK lal. O.
Brooklyn High School won s great victory yesterday
liiornisg at l-aatcrn Park by defeating the strong
ltrllis noli ele.en The .core vast Brooklyn High
hchunl. 4. IrvliigCluh.o The IsSBla were.
' "'"'" PmIHkm, HKl. SrSanl.
Yl'" , , beftend Romlg
Itlaisd.l ,. . .1 . . .
lerria t I-eft tackle l.oruioley.
MoKsnrie I beftsTnsrd...... sinboogbiln.
? , Centre Selbert.
shssfsr Right guard. .W.ymoutk.
Am. aliving Rlghl tackle ilrinen
litigate ... Highiend Heekraann
h'"""1' Quarter hack I nvunagh.
Drakalay beftltialf hack Powell.
orgsn Right halt back r ark
"owe lullbsck. . I iilni
rereree - Prof Aldrldge. B. II L I mplre -Thompson.
Lrc.ie.il A. C
n. P. A. C, .l.ii.l... . lat Trinity. 0).
The Juniors of the Rergen Point A. 0, ployed a heavy
team against th. Trinity School hoys on Ihe Ne .ler
.e. A. iv grounds yesterday atleriioiui. and won a d.
OlSlve victotjr. K Alien ,,r the llergen 1'nlnls made
ln touch downs Snd kicked one goal, norland mad.
a touch don ii Th. s.nre .liitiinrsiBsrg.n Point A. t .
li lrinity.ll. The teams wne:
h. . .4. fi .uaio... fitnin. .. Trtmtl
It Bennard ben end .. II Vandanenburgh
!' '"','"'; ' "". belt tackle W. patiu.
II I I'rdiiuliiirgli l.efl guaid I'. Plant.
lied l.ane .. .letilro ... i tail
M. Hi-ilHtld High! guard 1 K.er
' Pinnl Right tack.e Winter.
' MfVlllj H'S'il end Adams.
M. Iiohann Onarter ha -k Uunei
1,1 norland ..ben hall hark. .Webb. A.
I l.ai.gnion. .Higlii hair hues llo.ig.ua
' . I nil hack Meui.ell
Hiferoe-t. i utting I ntpire-M. Hudson
Mi. iii.i.i.. Ml; Onteora.e.
At the Prospect Park parade grounds. Brnr.khn.th.
Mmilauk and Onlenra elevens yesterday played A hard
game, wlilch retailed in s victory i ,,i ... fortner hy the
.ore ii in to ti. Th. i. i ,, i
y...t...,l.. '.MiOoa.. Onteiro.
t'1'","' I.eftetld Ulll
Bsuil Left lack le Vle.ra.
I i .... .. 1-nii.s i l.efl guard II Popeland.
J,,l",V Clltrs. ltd. .en
II 1t"t Right guard., allaghan.
i H! ' Right lackl. II II. al...
raylor Right end i....ea n-k (Rsnssni
Am Ouiirl.rhack llt hey
.liiiii.ir Ian Anden) . ..ft half lllllllap
niil'atns Right naif CroMin.n
l avanagh . Fullback ...li. I opeland
; i . . . . i ..! i i ,,., ,,f ii,,tora L'mplrs Mr Schu
marker ..nnla kicked-l'.v Iluiiiap 11 lull .hdeii -
Touch downs uiade-i li. roi.ei.iii'1. I. 'ti Mi leu. lay
olumblaa, Im, He irnpo'lluna. O.
line or the liveliest gallics of foolbsll under Inter
co. leglalu r. lies ever witnessed on ths imisde grnunds
al Prosiiecl Park, Brooklyn, waa lit nd.d 'here yest.r
day. The srere was: Columbia. a, Mill i'Po:llans. 0
fHfuatjlaj ',....'.... wwiopolitaas.
Van Derwentsr i . it .....I . Kllloll
Lswsou . Lsf i,ckie 11 gh.l Barton.
' n. .l-iii I eft guard ,.h . ..n lulclil.
Bus. lag icaptaiu) . autre us.
t'OW Right guad Moors
Harding, ure.na Rigtil tackl. i ii'inusn, Kleoner.
McCord Right. lid Raerr
. I .. i. iii.H. Ouarl.r hack, rat tldg.
l.aurlten R lhalf back ' .rn.ll
I iii-is. hi I.I half hack Hulls
Viler lull buck MllllOtt,
T. If. '. A. Football Players.
Red Bank. Nov. 7. -An exciting game of foot
ball was pluye'i here this afternoon on ths
llroad street At'ilotlc sroumls between the
oiing Men's Christian Association team of
Long Hrsncli and the Ilsd Hank eleven. Tbs
visitors outplayed the local loam on all points.
This was ths first pu bile gauisplsyed by either
team, but the louug Men's CUrlatlau Aesocia-
- -- -- - .. - ee-rar-MSrasssra.
rlon had aeTeral expert players and srood
eoaehera. The heme team won the toss and
took the ball, but after two half-hour Innings.
lost by a aoore of 20 to 0.
H.nkX'.s. 11 Mortal at orrla, 0.
A vary escltlag and Interesting game of fnoball m
decided st ths Polo grounds yesterday morning be
tween the Manhattan and Mount Morris elevens of
this oltr. Ths former won t.y loio 0. The line up
JhtftaalMa. 'o.o.'osa ?'"'' ''"''
l. I.-ri en I Mlnei.
c.odwln beft tackle -ullivan
i... ..let.on l.sll gusrd ... Waier.
slurphy a Centre I'.",1'"'
KnoV Right guard Mel. ling
Meagher Rlghi tackle Meibnrn
Wilklns Right end. .... Fllrsuninnns.
Nffaw Voarter back Honlel
lln.e left halt hack tninihelL
Mcllrsth Right half hark tl'neel
I'ulsn full back Barr.
Meatereya. JOl '. 0. N. T., O.
Ths football t.am of ths c. c. N Y. hsd a rattling
gond game with the Monterey, ye.terdsv forenoon in
central Psrk. but their ru.h line proved ton light for
the Montereys, wbo defested th.m hy ltl points to o.
.Von... i,. 7'.irnn C R V I '.. '".
i in in., Left end . Whiteaisn
K. I.ange latf: lackls .Iiilics
ll.Sauiel.on I.eri guard luil-OO.
Tail Centre HoyL
M l.sngs Right guard II ilson
H .Nonnrnhacher Right tackle. . Mansun.
Mcllrew ....... High: end -Ilwlght.
W. Iloyce gusrtsr hsck .Hsu.e.
tipiierinso Left half hs-k Dsvis
ti. Niiinienhacher . .Right halfback lover
M. J Boyc. Fun back llsrtiey.
No latereotleilate Fr.ntb.ii Meeiim.
Managers Ilolter and Thompson of Vale nnd
1'rlnceton respectively changed their plnns
yeaterday about the meetiiu; of the Interi'olle
glat.il'ontball Association that had been called
foi last night at the Windsor Ilotol. The fact
that Manager Newton of Pennsylvania handed
the resignation of the Philadelphia!! to Sec
relary Thompson Monday night, as published
in yesterday's Si n, served lo put such an ob
stacle in tlie way of Inst night', meeting Hint
II iias ilnally declared off. Manager Holler
" Wo have decided not to hold the inootlnc.
1 mi n s i li hi in having resigned, ns well ns U es-
icyun. makes it unnecessary. Vale aud Prince
ton have nn diilcreiices to settle, so what
would be tin. use or Thompson urni mysell
ciiig tn the Windsor Hotel anil looklOtTat I
each other.' ale will play the strongest testn I
the University of Pennsylvania can put In tho
Held next Saturday. Tlio i.'iiul.oi have gut
nn All-America combination, but Valo Will
I'lity them just the Mime."
It is said mi good authority thnt Vale nnd
Princeton will nevur play Pennsylvania ngnin.
and that they have combined to force Harvard
into a league with tbem at the expiration of
Valo's ir. nelad contract to ilay Hnrvnrd nt
Princeton Men T.Ik of a Triple I.rBue.
Princeton. Nov. T.-rennsylvanla's with
drawal from the Intercollegiate football As
sociation furnished the main loplo for dis
cussion on the I'rinceton campus to-day. Tlio
break up of tho old association paved the way.
in the estimation of mnnv here, lor a triple
league with Vale anil Harvard.
"Such a league." said a prominent Princeton
footfall man. "is hound to come when the
Vale-Harvard five-year agreement expires.
Tha Cam bridge men ennnot continue to ignore
us. We are ready to play tfieni tins year, even
to the extent of meeting them on thoirgiouinlH
in i amiiri'igo.
The game played with Orange to-dav wound
up Princeton's schedule prior to the Thanks
giving Day game. II is admitted hero tlmt
Saturday. Nov. IH. wan hold open in case
Harvard should agree to play.
Baker I'nlversltt, a I Kussss State I'nlver.
Ritnwiv. Nor 7 Th. third game of Tooth.!! between
the Kansas State and Raker tinlvers.tie. has bc.n
called off Raker beys claim the game scheduled has
h.en forfeited loihem by a seers of 4 lo 0. The state
1 niversitt beys warned lu name their each as releree
and relu.ed to agree to anv outsider a-tlug m that
capacity. This gives the Raker Inlverstly Club th.
championship of Kansas
Tr.li, Mil. IS; Orlfanl, O,
HAr.rs.ArK. Nov 7 The sprightly lads of the Or!
tanl Field Club, led hy Al Holl-y and Sam Williams,
gave the 7'etiakl.l outing Club football eleven a sharp
tu.al. ih . morning, hut thev Could not hold up again.t
the visitors, who were a. d-d by shep Unmans. Prince
ton s famous full hack, ami llotchkt.a of 1 he t resent.
Human, kicked the .Ingle goa and be aud Holchkiss
really made, the score, which was 13 lu 0.
VV r.lry-.n to lie Heard from Ag-aln.
Minnirrows Nov. 7 -Today's game with the Pre.,
cents rinsed tresis! all's football season. It :a propn.e 1
to play a full .erles of . lass game, now, in the hope
or developing new material for neat rail There Is no
di.po.itlon to leel disappointment aver the season's
work, aud preparations lor neai vrsr s ill I.e. stst t-.i
On Other Football Field'.
Ths second football eleven of Setcn lull college won
an easy .tciorv from Ih-c.ev. land otre-i Athletics of
orange at Scion Hall Oollegs i estctday atternouo. The
score; selon Hal . 'U: orange, o.
tir.s Cnvr, Nov 7 A game of football was played
here today between the inen Cove Ithlettc Cluh
eleven and the ll'eetburv team liter.' was a targe al
letidalii c. The scores as IL' lo 0 lo favor of Iho ol.n
t on- team.
The South Orange Field club football eleven won a
game friun the last 1 in! tca-n ot Ilasl Orsngs ve.ter
Isr af tern o..n nt ....utii i irsnge, hy the .cor- of Is in o.
'I he gome wn. a i cry exrl'ing -n- and several uf the
l.a.t orange buys ..ere hal.y injured.
tlaebaonvllle sV.rl. I a; Hard lor the lll
.Tacrsonvii.i.e. Nov. 7- Notwithstanding the
correspondence between the pucilisls. Corbett
and Mitchell, and the Secrotnry of Urn ulym
pie t'lub in New Orleans, the light for (ho j
world's championship is sure to take place in i
Jacksonville. The changes urn fully three to I
one that tb light will be held here, anil your i
correspondent has the very bo6t of Inside in- I
formation as a basis for this prediction. A
strong syndicate of capitalists has been or
ganised liere for putting up the money neces- '
sary for securing ihe light, und .'Iii.ihiii is now I
deposited to its credit here in tt... national
bunk of Jacksonville An ting of fin. three
gentlemen representing 'he syndicate was
hold this morning, ami It was doolded lo for
ward the whole stake of v2M.UHJ to Itlohard K.
F.ix in New V'ork, and at lli.'IO A. M. the lol
lowlng telegram was sent:
Ji.-inui 1 1. FIs . Nov. 7, Is:..'!.
Mi Hiehn I K. '..... v I-..
A rertlned check for I3U flOO has been mailed von lo
day as l lie make for ti.- i orhet t .M.i.-tiei. ngln. i- i .. -.1
in lit hi il in Jacksonville, with ci.nditient aim. i.eii.
A letter w ill follow una Hies II. llu-uii
i asSler Nations: Rank nf Jsi k.oovllls
The letter containing this check went North i
at 1 :!10 P. SI. to-dav, and it will reach Mr. I ox
some time Thursday, up to tl o'clock tn-jiluht
no rerlv bail lieen received tot ashler Harnett's I
telegram, but from Cincinnati, about II o'clock,
came the following from a well-known sporting
man there who is very close to Fox.
Advice, from Ne.v Vurk make it positive lhat
Rl- hal-l K Fix la. accept-, t lie stakes ol S3O.O00 put
unity ihe la. k.mi. ille syndicate, and tha' in., tl.ni
will be held ill 'hat city dui log the last seek in H'reiti
The three nieh who act as the agents for this
Syndicate aro .1. K T. Howden. aretiro't nier-
liant and capitalist : Harry Mason, aivoalthy
real estate owner nnd a sporting man. and
i hnrle I'. Kmltil, who Is a prosperous market
man in th city market. Tho others in the
sni'licale are bankers, real estute men, and
general business men.
Hmllh Will Kiln lltimphrrya of Toronto.
To THf I.IMT.iB or Til. St A Strt 1 accept the chal
lenge ..f Thomas Hiiinphrcys of Toronto lo run one
nnle fur the i : aaipion.lnp of America f..r f-.vi or
fr.'sin side anil gstS receipts. 1 a e n I. ike place at
. laud Park. Athatll. and Richard h riiv-1 I li. e oil
ing i .liter nf the '. -ir. ., .;, ., p. h- stakeholder
I am ready In post tunnel linni. dl..te: . ro-- to lako
t.lSCS w.llllll I wn i eks ..el,. . - . . i .-1 the t.ell.r lr
1 1. 1 a i. n-i sat Israel ory In Hum nil ray., I will t n Harry
jiarrau of loigiand or fetsr J'rlddi uf Pin. burgh upon
ll.e ISIIlil COIldlllull. J.a.Sl SWITU.
Al nor. Nut. tl.
riulllvan tin 111 clirll und Cniltrt',
f'ftn ii . t .ar.i.i..'! 'ot.oi er.ii r,fs ..
Seated In his iltesslng room nt llavlin's
Theatre, enjoying an ailei dinnerbinoke. John
(.. Sullivan talked Interestingly last night of
the coming battle between Jiip t.'orbutt and
The big fell. .iv was asked: "Ho you think
t'orieltanl Mitchell will get together '("
' t'orbeit must llk'bt. for lie would lose much
of hist, nil with the Arnerionn people il be
should itllnw the Englishman to get out of the
count ry without a sound thumping "
"Hut tin yi m think i orbett will win':" tho
big gladiator wits ., i ,..i
"N". I ili.u't Hunk l orbett can whip the I'ng
lishman. for he nn t hit haul enough. If f hey
ever come together the light will end in ,i
draw;. Now. If they wero going to light under
le inlon prize ring rules, fwould s.,y Mit. hell
would win It! eight I'OUntls, ainl I doi.t i olieie
orbett will have any the best of, bun under
he Muniulsof Vuuensberry rules. The Kng
lisliinau Is it stronger man than . otbett. Ilo
I- nn athlete, too. audnlltliistiiik ab nt Mitch
ell leingmuscle bound is absunl. He is a . mi
ning lighter and will take any n unl of
luiiililng I don't 1 1. Ink (orbett n ill do nil tho
lighting, for Mitchell is spi y and cleierenongh
to get to the Anierlcnii. ami 1 am of the bo.ief I
'"", 111 see a good battle "
' Will you ever tight again "
The big lellow drew In nself together, ov
pnnded hlsrhest. iiml slowli replied 1 think
1 am as good to-tlay as 1 eier mis My health
is llrst cls.s. and when 1 all. ibrough a yuur
without touching a drop if Iniunr I think you i
will see a marked change lor the better in me.
N es. I believe I will shy my castor inc. the
ring nuue more, and i 'orbett is the man I want
to whip. I am only X years of age. and 1 can
assign no reason why I should not gst In trim
(or another tiuhL"
TAKKABCH rT.Vn A Krr LOV1B.
Tka Ocrsaaua Kaesrt Leads the Kn.slas
wlta Three flume. i
Bt. PryrKsiinnri. Not. 7.-The sevontoontli
gamo of the ehes match between Tarrascp
and Tschlgorln wns played si the si. Itivs.
burg Chess Club to-dav. Tarrusib hating ths
move again selected the Ruy I.opez. the list i
five moves being made as follows '
HF.VKNTKFMH lllllt Rll I U r.'. '
T. nn iu TM HI-. .Ills 1.11:. -ill. ? 111.. '. S.
ira .- li ' . '" W
1 P-K 4 P-K 1 P -It P 'Jil
2 Kl-K K H Ki 0 II .T 0 hi S J
II H-Kl .'. I 1 It .1
White ninnagetl to get the best of Ihe open.
Ing. and I y sol sequent gin 1 play lie g t a vrry
line p.nitloti when Ihn middle game slnuewas
rearhnd. The liussiiin exerted lilrnsell to his
utmost, hot Tarrisch never give his oipon8ll
a chance, and scored alter fifly-six moves.
The score now renda' Tj
Tarrasch. H: Tschigorin. .": drawn. 1.
Kerne! it -id. ng by II ly Murrthv.
The famous road racing club, tho Kings
County Wheelmen, held their annual fall linn- jjf
dlcnp road race on tlio lrvlngton-Mllburn B
courso yesterday forenoon. The distance was
l.lghteon riders st.irtetl. nnd William F.
Murpby. one of the scr.il'h men. succeeded in
lowering the course recor I for the distance to
1 hour 14 minutes i:c. areeotirls. The previouj -
re.jnr.1 wns l hour 16 minutes III seconds, hold a
hi f. M Murphv
F llawley did not rile in his usunl form,
Tho men finished as follows:
f.iii.fl. .Vital'. let r.i.ia n. H S
1 . W. r. .Murpby . .Scrnic . I 14 If.
U A s. I...VIS ... -'"e-contl. ..I HI n
:t ..c. s llarl SO eenniil- . . I lilt JO ej
4 K Uiimey cai-h I In ill
r. . I . ... R.aiivelt LO seconds. . .1 48 It .
tl I s. Itiiudish . In s- ,.ii la I dli f,d A
The club will hold n ten-mile handicap race fl
on the Merrick, le -I.. Course on Thanksgiving, 9
IH -rl of lb. YVasltlrtK'Olt II nrlmeii.
The meet nf fhe Washington Wheelmen Was
held at Berkeley Oval yesjerday afternoor..
Tommy c.innelT rnn nn exhibition mile In 4
minutes 34 1-.". seconds. Tho (ug-of-war con
test, torn J."i( medal between the Washington
Wheelmen and the Foe Mold Club was won by
tho wheelmen. The following is a summary
of the other eienls;
t no Mile. ufel-. No. Ice Wonhy II. ,t .New. S. A C4
n. 11 Price. Hut on It uec.men, scci.nil. J Ihompsos, -
llllld line .1 111 II lll'S I . --Clin.
quarter III.-, saiei .. ll.ttMlicup -II 011 hi ft. Reming
ton. 7 jar. s. s twnii 12 yard.. secoudi 11. N, 1 lemnag.
no yards, th r 1 Tims, 4 1 j-. ts
tine Mi. e. . pen. Hand cap linn h" C Oranger. Rlvsr
snie 11 in. itien. it iicii.iiii iM.uan Island. A. f.'..seo
ond: I'.. Ilersll. Knirsule ll'lie-iinen tti.r-l. Tim. 3
minutes BO secun..-
tlne hall lll.e II. o dtcap. djasn to IVe.tclie.ter c'ouaty
Cluh- Wen hy It ckeni.inn. s. t'.c . :.ii lard. K Orotf
ingl nm. M .t li'g'nn ttheetlllrn. lo yards, second! F.
Cox. scrstch, lime rime, ) ininni. 2.T'4 seconds
tins Mite, .scroti h -II nn hy It. 1. Hlstivelt. i.lir.ab.lb
A C.. I.I i.iiodman. KlversldS II nee.uien second; t. a
ilrnng-r Riv.-rslile II nee. men. Third. 1 tine. . luluuts.
tin- line. Handicap. 1 ! h Pace Won hv K Cros.lnTr
ham I'O ynrfiv 1 rare. SKynrds. sec.ui'l: s Weh'o.
00 yards, ihlrd I one. 11 nnnuies :.4 seconds.
TWO Mile- llail'llcAli. 1 pen Hop h) I. u.Wald. RlT
ersldSi Wheelmen, lite ...tr.ls; K. I. lllauvelt. F.llns.
both A, 1:.. aerate It, ace. .nil. F 1. . 1. in .... -ii yard.,
third, lime, D 111 mules itl!4-fi sseon is
I Bsces of ttie lllvotslde and N'evr Yin k
EvntaWOOr), Nov. 7. Fully half a dozen .
bicycle ."(J t: ':- vlsifed Knglewond to-day and a
held thelArlfsiial eventA. The two most lb- Jm
portant evV.ls rift he day were Ihe races of the sk
1 lllverldesrj,TtO Ihe New York Wheelmen. The t-oJ
1 time made liydho members of the former club '
1 wns not nearlnso good rs that made by the
same club two Woeke ago in special races. " s
1 i.reen wen Uie five-mile Handicap: time. 17
minutes !. 1 s.... nds. .shannon won the one
rrtlle novice In M minutes seconds. Thomas
Yiiird captured the oue-milo handicap In 1
minutes ml seconds.
In tint nfterndon the New York Hicycle Club
I races wore won by Ihe following men: Five.
mile handicap. Jei-gold. in 17 minutes 45 sec
onds: otie-niiiirter-mile dash. Mintnne, in
; .''' :(-." siiOihIs; tiioiiulo nice. I'ebole. In 0
iiiiui.l.. . 1. '...-. ii-I -.
More or .lohnsnn'a Kecord. on the Kite. W
iMiKri.'.-pist p. Nov. 7. -Fersoveranee alw a
wins, and the bicyclist Johnson had the satis
fnction of socui iug the record to-day which lie
has been striving for so iong. He did not
. lower it much, but at tlio clip he ridea I
when breaking records even a lift h of n second '
makes St fislfter.-iblo ililT.'refion. Ho stWiejl JSS
twice to-day nglllnst tie. nillo record, wheeling r
both Ins miles in 1 :.ii; botli belter than the
record, which was 1 iotla. He then went
against tlio mile record to a standing start,
but only succeeded in making a mile la
'J:ii'J -. ihe record icing ':tui v
These three miles are far and away the fast
est to the credit of any cyclist in a single day,
and speak volumes f.-r Johnson's speed and
endurance. Although the record is now his,
I hols nut satisfied with It. claiming that hecaa
id we it in it much lower notch, aud will try i
Bltluvelt'a Ureal Ride.
fiver 2.0. 0 pers-'tis witnessed some exceptionally
mentor:oi. wert eh the Coney I. land boulevard yes.
ter.l.y. when the fifth annua: Ian mils handicap olub
ritad race ol the Brooklyn Ramblers .a. decided over
a very heavy ro. t An cjucfitriaii who a. watching
the race was thrown over his leir-e . heal, hut tor
tiitiateiv roc.tvml no serlstis Injuria. 'I he oourys wa. al
t-a nee. ..lur. .xtondutg fnnu rihuugnegsoy's te
Howe. Hud rent rn ...' ic J
ii- feature ..I tit. race was the work of i. I, IHsu Aw
ve:t, il.-r-r-it'i tn oi He waa well up tn me ilei-l at Was
the 21. Ill .. in ..t. itu here he el.;..i ! Ins lal sod Has
' 'intie.i-l in J. i rove a i. . w-ui.. j.ne 'i., n .. , liibmaia.
I'll, ellrtlll ol the Hue -ii.i. hn- was uuecil -ly riv.t.d
an 1 parted -i" he -ipjir-in ".. d u.e lint- I ..f ll.e first Ova !
miles. H, vic 1 i ii. .. in... inlie h.i gall i.sr a poor
.-at "ds.i l-eb.re ne l.a : '-ne a liirlonir He remouat- '
til and Ittial.i I lil-h-t h, ..nil, i.u' nf ' - , ighleeo '
star'er. capturing the fast 1 1 ue prtse mesiunnit rjJjr.
nre.eutnli. minuib ...il.uc.uli. The f"..oviug are
the 1 l'..'d I. Ittll.lSI
.,. rip ffirt, rls.'sA. l'uut.
y f ii. y. n. s. e. s j
T a. Wi:.on ..in 10 :s o i ii i nn .".( ,-"
ll.e- J. .re lane n :o If) 211 Ro llo7 2ft U !W I i
WII R, hi. .is, n . lui 10 2.1 . i II OT 44 ::.. i t
I'. Mr vi ui- 4 on jo2-.no iit'sou 40 no I
w.l li.i.r 7... iii'j.'.iki II .: 13 44'lR 1
II .1 s, t-;ecko lO Uil PI .'J li Oil 1ft 47 IS I
1 1 Blativel st'lutcll lo:cii I .... 20 :t7 20
Carles II bus:... . o ;ci J.. :.l ;.o 11 ..:, an 26
i'l'he M-rcnry nh rl 4 lul.'s Rue P isfpoaed 1
iii.niM.. Nov 7. A large ntitnher f ye ry much die
appointed cyclists rode into Flushing tin. morsing
j I. m S.w Vurk. Brooklyn. .. n-i local lown. on Long m j
l.land to attend the tlr.l I re.!, it la f..a. race p ...
given h the Met cttry Wheel c ih nf Hit. place. Ihs
race did n ii ..s itdvortlse.l, bene, tin n. appoint- 1
null' Se.-rn .III - .1.' ' h.ii .-- It .-.' s I i.naled IpS '
his', e.t pl'l.e .. ' .1.. I r t ' - race ..... BtinWlTlg a
ll'dell lite I ...uie . i.r. h.'.-iis and III- la'tlld... 1
when nn.. le.l et i in tn ,-i. n i..( ii poeder, os
alto, mtt II e .( -s .n 1 ..itre en on. v ilen.i. i.nttig the
I c stored III the mill. w-r I - prtsr. UU r-lt!
lull it i.rtl.e .Men try Wheel tl.th s rscs. en.. atlh. ofa A
mam nd i" - i.uste.1 i" .. hn lase i-' ui i- ilia i-indt.
il.-. i I., i '..tigress, t w.t lue.li. e. t . ii ivnt ' e- and vuri.
on. nil . i i i . i .-- ni .,: which were . .. ,i. .,-i.ly dm.
H I w ! 'ii .t illtlt.lt, 11 West, the i rn tnt nf rll.
.1 i- en-ii'irl ai il n the lac. 4.1 Ihe.. n- i-lila Ilia
. clubivaa. ...,e,i..i t.,, istjiiitle Ih. rsi'S and ciuipro
III i.i I I.) elite! lining lb. visiting w heettueli i" duj at
ll.e chili noiiKi m unity street, ni.iinik In he i Etsn
Ihurougli in.. tin. i
Rn.id IE...' or the it oomll.ld . nnd . AV.
lli-o.on i. S.n 7. -1 he brel annul r al race of tbs
Rl-n:i.i i i ling and Attiirtie As.uciatien rua .-g
ll.i. tun n.i ,-on Re.iitiici'i 1 a.eui.e. In. dacould not ,ej(
psvehr ii I-i l-r for ihn ssirt ut'd "" r.e s'aa is I .
splendid iiliti.iu I .... i.. i, , it, . i , i.i ., iie.i, f
an i lie ' ut- u.afie was fati PI v. in run was a dr.- r"
mile handicap, tl 1 a t ,- i . i II. i.s
i.ulv lour started Ihe ri.ru... n i-y-obi, ii.uu..
2 in. nut-, li in nai Hull I, .1 -i - ' I eg
Hi- nn. n i r.e Fled VVIiil - e as sea
i. lid m 17 n.l'.i.le- ...... il.tioiir, 1
s-rali I., wits ihir t ... I . i -. i ' .
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