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J 8 ' THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1801 fl O THREE VICTORIES NOW. H; 7 aVJSir TOTlKfl O.V JiEFEAT THE h CttAMVMOX JlAT.TtMOltES. j J Katie, by Hl Mnatalrleeat ritehlag, and J i Fnller, by Nnrtrk Flet!:, Lead tTarsVa Ma In Another tllorlnu Triumph Her. 8 alii ritehes TTrll.aat It Don Nat Re ' ttlt the. Iel of Hnr-ort-Tneaty Tana aaait nnalt Craaka o Wild 0r the arat name at the Polo tlronnsls-Oae I More Wla for the Loral Traa a) the ' Tcmale Cnp Will Came to fJnlham-Notes Twenty thousand persons saw the Hew Yorks defeat the champions from Unltlinorp nl the I J'olo grounds yesterday ami win tlielr tlilnt I straight gamo In the scries for tho Temple Cup. , A" In thr. two preceding contesta nt Mainmort', the Orioles were fairly and squarely licaten, this, lime tlirniiKh another wonderful exhlhltlon of pitching hy the king of them all, Amos Itusle. There was no opportunity for the tieaguo cham pion tn cry hard luck, for It was apparent tn everybody that they were outclassed. Hemming pitched cleverly, but he was unable to stand the local sluggers off as well ns McMahnn, the llaltlmoro's disabled pltrher. Could have done. And that rails for the re mark that with McMnlton In harness. Ilnnlon's men would very probably have Riven a better fccmunt of themselves. Hut that Is neither here i hor there, for " Ifs" In baseball don't go. i There have been very few occasions In the past when ball Raines In this city attrarted i friore people than wcro Jammed Into the I'olo jtrotintls yesterday. Twenty thousand Is not nn over estimate by any means, and there Is every ,l reason tn lielleve that the (Cross receipts of tho game figured tip over Slil.OtiO. The members of ! tho llnltlmnre team were welt received, and I when Cant. Iloblnsoii, who Is universally poptt- lar.came to the hut. he was received with u wild cheer. At noon the vnnRiiard of rrnnkdom assembled outside the Kates of the Immense enclosure and patiently waited for the laix ofllco windows to open. Kvcrybody had to tuty the price of ad mission, for the Imll tilnyers are looking for every dollar In sight, nnd deadheads are few unci far lKtwtcn. From l'.'Ktii '-i o'clock the enthusiastic thousands flocked toward the Jlnrlcm ltlver. Tho elcvateil road failed to have on sufllclent trains to prevent aorue awful Crowding, and In one particular Instance pas sengers were most unjustly treated. The Ninth It venue trains brought n large number of cranks I from down-town stations, but when tliu can I reached lnSth street the people were rriuestril H to get out and wait for tho throuRh trains from H HUth avenue. Of course the latter were parked H to the platfornl gates, nnd It waa as much ns a H man's Hfo was worth to board them. With a H little foresight the Ninth avenue trains could H have been run through to tho terminus of the H road with great convenience to hundreds of pa- H trons. As It was. many persons, unable to board H the cars again at m.'ith street, descended to tho H street only to find the surfare cars Jammed. H Then the only alternative was a walk to the 11 grounds, which the cranks took with many a H protest. WU The ticket speculators reaped a perfect har- WU Vest. They bought all tho admission and grand UMt Mnnd tickets they wanted, nml when the he- H lated thousands arrived only to learn that tho Hj urate were ncarlyall taken, they werecnmiellel UM to pay nlmnst any price to gain admission, H Grand stand tickets sold fnrSlandln some In- Hj stances $U npiece, and when the purchasers got H Inside the gates they found that they were WU merely entitled to stand up nn tiptoe and do a H dodging act to see over the heails of the lucky H Crunks In front of them. H Kvcry seat nn tho ground had been nabbed by H 3 o'clock, and a struggling mob outside the H main cutrnnco still liought iwislelwnrd that H Was merely goal for standing room. Hut that H cut a very small figure, for tho cranks were H willing to stand anywhere so long as they could Wm catch a glimpse of the Impending battle. The MM Catholic Protectory band was on hand early, RM Knd cave a most enjoyable concert before the I f I fun begnn. At II o'clock, when the yellow-and- IJ ji falack-clad chamjiions camo out of their dress- Hij Ing room, a cheer greetel them, and as Hi they walked across tho Held to begin prac- VII , tlce they were warmly applanded by all HjJ lovers of fair play. Then the band marched HB down to the end of the field and formed In line Hi to escort t lie conipiering New Yorkers to their Hi bench. The vast assemblage knew Just what to HI cxix'ct, and when ('apt. Ward's men leaped 11' nimbly down the stairway from their quarters Jt they were surrounded by a host of friends, who If t) tried to shake them by the hand and called B Fj them all famltlnrly by name. Hut tho New H ?! Yorks went straight to the ropes and formrd In I Hi line, ublln the cheering began to swell into a Uj tremiMidiiui roar of welcume. t Mien th luiml struck up a march and the Hfj boys were off, treading their way llko United MM ritates regulars. Hig Meckln was at the right HjB end of the line and next him were Ilusie, Far- rell. Westvrielt, and o on down to little Murphy. I'pt. Wan! marclied beslda tho Yalo H man, and as the line reached second base the ahoutlng thoiands leuel to their feet and wavnl hats, i anes, umbrellus. flags, anil hand- kerchiefs in the wildest disorder Imaginable All the time that tills was going on the hand played, but It could scarcely Iw heard. Then when the .New Ynrkrrn ruino near the grand rtand they one ami all raised their caps with w uillluiry precision nnd hnike ranks for practice. Hy the tluio the umpires. Hurst and Kmslle, worn ready to call play, the immense crowd pre- hentel a picture Ionic to ! rtnuuilK-rixl. Tho icraud stand was siinplr a Iiiirh human horse- rhof. The rooters, wlioBccoinpanicd the tram I to Kattimorf.occupled (rout scats iuiiI were rov HH ered with decoration' of all sorts. Judge Cul n lorn was cnngratulatnl nn all sides at his nar- II row rscatx- from ii horrible drnib at the bauds 14 of th' llHltliuoru gun shiHiter, wliile Dighy Hell mlM and Nick Knsel told the stories of llaltlmore W mnlM with bundrtslsof anxious hearers gathrr mM round about them. Mcinhersotthe Hnsik Hal lyn trnm were also on hand, and all rooted for Hi New York, while every star crank, big nnd Hal little, was there to see mid be wen. The right and left Meld blent hers were crowd- ed mi full that a man could not have entered either with the aid of n Jimmy. Ilurkevillu was also it mass of roaring backers of the impular Hi lefl-fleldrr. whllo around the mis-s t.oivl at Hal least .'.Odd melt and boys wedged in umnug cnuiilless learns nml carrluges. The horse-sheds In cittrii Held were tilled, ' and a uumlH-r of Hal horsi-s were tied up anywhere their nwnr M could Hud a hiiltatile lilacs. This latter ar- rangemrnt was most tlangemus, ns was Hal proved Inter on, when one animal, Ucoiu- Hi 'u frightened by ttho constant cheering, jn tmiko liie and wrecked his (arrlnge. HH Thai was a moot critical moment for the crowd, H for when tho horse camo buck Jumping along into right Acid there was a stampede, and it B little short of it miracle that noUHly was hurt. H As It was (be lea; t fell down among the cranks close to the right-field seats, then leuiKs) liter thn niiies and ran at it smart gallop acro-- the tlild to the left-Ilild scuts. The players H made a le line fur the open stands, and a dozen y imlii'viiieu mudu frantic atteinps to catch the S trouble liiukir Klnally the liorsu wax caught, and the coppers pullisl und pushist him off tliu pj'j Held, inucli lo the relief of everyliod). Jl The New Yorks played another fast game of 5 all uml hoii on Iheir merits. Ituslo again 'J (lrmnnstrntisl bis Honderful ability us a pitcher, i and slmnl IihiI tho "chamiis" at hi. mercy , from stun to linlili, Iiulrtsl, so helpless were thoy at thelMt.ihat it was only a lucky com. ! bmatlonof circiimstnnces that allowed them to ' core their solitary run. In all Ilnnlon's won. ders eatliensl but wwii hltsotT the big fellow's ij curves uud two of them were scratches at thut. ' I Doyle und anl mails errors that weren't ml- 1 culuusl In cue mr.tiie the giant Hauler, but, to 1 Ids cpslit, lie urtrr minded that at all and I pitched must wonderfully. Intlietlttli.elclitli.aud S ninth innings l!u"l preventisl the Haltimores B lnm scoring runs by striking out six men. He gave, but ttto Ut.e on hulls and bsd ied to 1 aell. tnitshlt) nt New York's crack pitcher, the M bern ot thti da wus Shorty Fuller. Tliu little 3 fellow put up it imwniMivnt fltldiug game, and 1 irudo line stop nd throw in the sixth lulling that caiiM-d even his own players to uppUud liirs Hn si if shot uluit grounder dirt ctiy titer erniul. but Fullurscoupcil it while running luw, nd. alter turning completely around, shut the t tlrole .printer nff ut llrsi by a marvellously ill ' iiulclt throw to lu)le. Fuller wok clieered for Ii, jully live minutes, and when he cume In to the IB liencli the crunks uliuosl JiiiiiihsI nut of the JR . stunds In their frantic desire to embrace bim. Kl , llemmliig pitchisl rwl Iwll for llaltlmore, ffl'l butlieilldii'lrcceltflhc very Iwtt of snpimrt. B errors In Hell. KoMiukui. and biiiii-lf doing I ""l." ,.1'.". damage. Hurkc. Iluvls. ).iyli HH 1 arti' (""' al Haltren touched him up for two HPn I Jilts aiiietv. but Tlernnn. Fuller, uml Far re II Hrjt 1 were not arquiintl with him at all. HH! II Jlctiratv calltsl linpire Kmslle such vile MW V names thut Hit l.tlter uutde a rult for the tnung MLV 1 V,uu'-.!,ul. WBf ,K,1,' u" byihuile) Farrtll! HVi I Urtslle truck tmi uiuv. uud when Furretl went I '? '"" him after dropping the third strike J Urodie urseh shouldered the big catcher in t fjuattempttumukehimdropthesphere. t'oocher I iMrVe V?. v0iult. and the other champions m behsveil themselves ailmlrably. ' I When the gong rang for the battle to begin I 1 Jvey stepped to tho plate aa the visitor' HhhV BK --- Vl; . 1 first victim, ftnsln shot In a counts of curves, nnd Joe boomed a high fly that Ward caught In short centre field. Honncr. who played In Heeler's place, ns the latter had alamo foot, rolled a gronnder to Ward, nnd wasont. and big Ihtn Hrnuthrr was retired In the samo way. This was the signal for an outburst of rherrs thut could not be excelled at n rollego fiKithall game on Thnnksglvlni Day, and when habile Hurke came up for bis side the nnlu Increa'nl In volume. Hut Jennings took care of Kddle'a grounder, and then Michael Tlernan walked sllentlv lortb. Ills great tltioe-bapgev In the ninth Inning of Friday's game at llaltlmore was In UU.ooo minds at once, nnd he was the recipient of n perfect cyclone of jells nnd screeches, until he bad to doff his rati to ipiell the disturb mice. Mike hit sharply to Hrouthers, whose throw was muffed by Hemming, and the silent man was safe. Next came llrorgo Davis with his trusty bat, and when lie lnrrd a flue tumble bagger to left centre Tlernan scored. Hut (lenrge was n bit ambitious In trying for third, where he was caught, Hrodlc, Heltr, Hohltisoti, nnd Mctlrnw bnndllnv the bull. Dotle fallowed with a scratch hit. but Ilobluson Hailed him nt second when he tried to steal. ... As MrUraw stepped up to fare Ituslo In the second Inning the rnmil began to hiwil nud groan until one could hardly hear the langunge of his neighbor. The little fellow, nothing daunted, cracked n single to right nnd took serond on n pnssctl 1ml), It looked liken run with such a gisxl stnrt, but lluslonut on shpiI, nnd, ns it result, Hrodlc Hied to van llaltrcn. Ileitis foul filed to Dnvls, nnd Jennings grounded to Davis for r clneli out nt first. For N'rw York, Ward was thrown out by the rrd-heuded Jen nings, but Van lliiltrcn set the crowd wild with nslnglonnd n brilliant steal of sVcnnd. Then Fuller filed to Hell, and Fnrrcll struck out, leaving the runner. The New Yorks bad a narrow escape In tho third. Oapt. Robinson lifted n pretty single to left centre. Hemming put tip a Hv. which Tler nnn muffed, but recovered In time to throw "Hobby" out at second. Kelly hit to Fuller, who threw to Ward, forcing Hemming, but Ward's bad throw past. Doyle enabled Kelly to hustle all the way to third. Homier then dime a linger breaker, which Ward slopped In master, ly fashion and retired the side, lit New York's half Htisle singled to centre, but was forced by Hurke. Kddln stole second, uldtsl by Jennings's mull of Hohltisou's goisl throw, but he got no further, nsTlirnnn struck out and Dalsllicd to Hrndlr. In tho fourth the champions tied t lie score. Hrouthers bunted safely nnd stole second, us Fnrrcll had a luissed Imll. McOniw foul tiled to Davis, and then cume n play thnt cnuctl no end of kicking. Itusle pitched n low bull thai struck Hrodleon the font and rolled through Farrell to the backstop. Hrouthers dnshed nroiiud third ami crossisl the plate on the gallop. Kni'lle decided that Hrndlo hail liecn hit, and sent him to first, nt the same time ordering Hrouthers back to second. The Haltlmores churned that it wns it wild pitch. Hell, the next batsman, took four bulls, nnd the bases were lllled when Jennings enme to tho bat. "Hugliey"nuii)kly drove it grounder to Wnnl, who wns playing In cloe nnd had n good chance to throw Hrouthers out at tho plate, but ns he fumbled the bull big Dan ecorcsl, while Jennings was re 1 1 red nt llrsl. Then Hoblnson grounded sharply to Fuller, whoso low throw was well plcktsl upby Doyle. The latter began the last lntlf of the tu ning with n busc on Imlls, but Ward's grounder hit him In the leg and ho was declared cut. Van Ilaltren's foul was suerbly tnkenby .Mcnrntv, who waa generously applauded, and Ward was third out trying to steal. ituslo did some great pitching In the fifth. He struck out Hemming ns a starter. Then .loo Kelley rapped out a double and reached third on n passed ball. Hut big Amos struck Homier out. nnd Hrouthers. the dnngemus, was settled by Fuller and Doyle. Fuller began tho New York's half with a base on balls, and Far rell hit swiftly to Mrftrnw. The Intter forced Fuller at second, but on Heltz's wild throw Into the crowd Farrell ran to third. Husle then sent a slow one to Jennings which had to lie thrown to first, and Farrell went home. Hurke drove, n double to left and Tlernan took four balls, but on an attempted double steal Hurke was easily thrown out at third. Haltlmore's sixth wns short nnd sweet. MrUraw wns thrown out by Hussle, Fuller made his great stop and throw off Hrodie. ns already described, nnd Heltr, who made a scratch, was thrown nut, Farrell to Fuller. Then the New Yorks made two runs, while Htoomlngdale wns let loo.o again. Davis scratched a single, stole second, aided by a wild throw, and ran iinmo on Doyle's lucky two-bagger to right that Honner almost caught. Wnnl eacflncctl Doyln to third, nnd when Knblnson's quick throw hit Doyle on the back. Jack was enabled to run home. Hrodie then mode a grand running catch of Van Ilalt ren's low fly, und Fuller's pop up was easy for Iteltz. In the seventh Jennings made a clean hit, but he was doubled up an Robinson's grounder to Fuller. Hemming was apparently thrown out by Husle, but Doyle dropped the ball. Then Kelley forced Hemming and New York's seventh came with it great shout for luck. After Farrell nnd Huslo had filed out Hurke made a second two-bagger, stole third, but was left, as Tlernan grounded to Jennings. Homier opened the eighth by striking nut. Hrouthers nit to left and stole third nfter Me Oraw had been thrown out In great style by Davis. Hut Dan was left, as Husle mado Ilrndto fan the air. With two men out In New York's half. Wnnl singled and tried to reach third on another hit by Van Haltren, but Hrodln's throw toMcUraw was too quick for the New York captain. When the ninth began the tinpny thousands liegau to flie out. They stopped very soon, however, when Doyle made sixteen con secutlvo grabs at ltritz'a grounder and let the hitter get his base. Jennings faced Iteltz at second and Itusle struck out Hoblnson. It was rapidly growing dnrk and the lights were beginning to twinkle on the Westchester hills when Hemming walked to bis bitso on balls. Joe Kelley came up to door die. Husle put nn cannon-ball speed and cut the plate. One strike, one. Imll. two strikes, and then thn crowd ruso up In its might, when Kel ley struck desperately at the ball nnd was nut. The great concnurseof spectators mured upon the Held, but there was no need of police pro tection for the visitors. They walked to their quarters crestfallen and heart-broken. Tho vie tors ran to their dressing mom, the happiest men In the world. One more victory and the Temple Uup Is ours. Tho score: Sew TORK. BAI.TIXOIK. R.IB. T.O.A.F. R.lS.r.O. i. C nurkr.l.r 0 ii 0 o o Kelley. 1. f.. .olio o Tlemsn. r. f . . I noil Itnnner, r.f....o noon Ili,:M IU...1 1 it Oilirouiliers. IUl n H 1 o IMylr. Itb...l Jll I SMIraw.MUII I -t :l II Want.ilb....o a :i n l,lirolle.e.f...,o n a a n V'n Ill'tr'na-.f.O V 1 0 ill Kelts. l b..,.o t 7 t 0 Fuller, s.s... o o 4 5 n Jonnlngs, . s.o till Ktrrrll. e 1 n II 1 1 Itablnson.c.n I 'M Itusle, p o t o i nlifrniinlug, p..o n n o I Totsls. . .US7 1H Sl Totsls 71 ,-Ihia 1 Doyle hit by batted ball. New York I 0 0 0 I 4 n n ..-t llaltlmore o n 0 1 o (l u 0 0-1 Ksrned runs New York. ?. Two-nan hits Hurka (li, PavH. Dnjle, Kelly, .sacrifice lili -Wan), stolen ! Burke la). Tlernan, DavU. Van Haltren. liroutle ers I VI. lrst bajieon errors New York. 'J: Italllmore, 4. lrst tiasn on balls Off Ituntlr. V; off Itemmluic, .'I. hlrurk outHy ltu!, it; by Ilcnmln 'J, lmuhli play Fuller. Warn, anil Doyle. Lrfton liaM--New York, S; llaltlinnrr.U. Hit br pitched hull--llnidle. Pasted lialU-Farrrll. :i. Tlme-IMO. Uuiplrcs-Uurtt ami Kiuslle. Attendance-'.'O.ooo. Os Other Fields. T SSWTOK. Washlniton 4 I . o n 2 n i n in Newton 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 I AT XUKASXTII. KlliabrthA.c n n o o o n n o o-.i lruuihtrs K :i I o o o I o ..-7 AT BATVIIW TAKK. FaUewaters a 0 I 1 0 0 :i 1 1- Auripiiis a :i o i a o a o ..-it AT ELUASETIirOKT. ' whiinns o n 4 i n .1 n n o-h Vigilant a. C o o 0 o o a u o 1-; at ruirtno. Chlesxo Unions n n n n 1 I a o 7 Cubandlsnu i I II I o u 4 a .-14 AT IIASOVXa, II. M.C I II II 1 a 4 0 4 ..-18 'UT I M a II II I II 0- 1 at scrastoi. eraiitna a I 0 n n o l n n-4 lioitun uoiil ooi oH !tahtu-Kcrantin,H; IUmIou. it. Error- Kerantim. 4: I'iittun, 4. batteries lletls ami Itogvrs. lludnn ml Hansel. Baseball Note. Paisi-Hon. X. J (lit. ii.-The annual luueball game tlween lite (rcliineu ami sophnii.nrrs was laeil on the 'vanity nrlit to-'lay and mulled In a victory of t he aoiihoiiiorrs ut u In a. Thlv l.iakes the soiliiluures ihuiiiJ..ii ot thi. college as they have out beta beaten by any ot the cUmvs. fliaee Win (be Cup. New IIayin. Oct. il. The play In tho inter, collegiate tennis tournament, which has been in progress at the grounds of the Now Haven latwn t'lub since Tuesday morning, ended this after, noon by Yale winning flrst und second place In the doubles. This morning Malcom l.'hace, for. merly of Hrown, but now of tho Yale Scientific school, defeated 1'lareuce lludlniic of Drown, and thereby gave Yale first place In the singles and the tournament, the prize for which I u $300 challenge cup. Tho tight between Hudlong and Chore for first place looked rather interesting ut the tart. Hudlong took the tint camo In good sl)le, but Chare began his luaneuvrlng, and took the next three with rase and grace. Hy very hard work Hudlong raptured two more games In the set, which went tul'hace, II .'I. In the closing games of tho serond set Hudlong rallied, but he could not get the returns over the net. and Hie set went to Chute on ac count of Hudloug's mlsulays. tliu score was again II :l. in the last set Cbace let out his siieed and wore Hudlong out, I he lat ter putting ball Hfter hull into the net. chare took the set and themauh. O-.'I. MuvulmCbure aud Arthur Foote of Yale this ufternoon de feu ted Talmage and Shaw of Yale for the first place In the doubles. M U, U-3.U- S. Talmage and Bhaw take second place a they bad already defeated Colby and llerrck of Princeton. qvste a BttnvntsE roii taze. The Creaeeata Itoln the s-Chamajaa Ktek. era Duns to Tea relate, Yale's football eleven visited New York for the first time this season yesterday, and, Inci dentally, drew n big crowd of'pretty girls, col lege men, ami football enthusiast to Eastern Park, llrooklyn, losee tlicra have fun with the Crescent A. l eleven, Thejf tiki not have quite as nmuslng a time ns expected. Ihsteart of one of their old-time one-sided score they were only able lo make two touch downs and one goal, ten points, against Ilrooklyn's athletic club men. To sny that evtery one wait surprised would lie putting It mildly, ks the Crescents were supposed to be In anything but good shape this year. Neither Copt. Itlnkey nor a majority of the monitors who will probably form Yale'a 'varsity team, participated In ttie gnnie. They simply watched their substitute-! tttriiRgte with tho Crescents' line. Outside Of young D, Hln key's tackling, who Is n brother to the Yale cap tain, nnd tho brilliant playing of Halt Hacks De Witt nnd (illlettetuere waa little or no life shown In the visitors' play. Their rush line seemed to bo wenk, und tlia Crescents made re prated gains through their centre. Tho game began nt.1t:l 5 o'clock, Yale having the ball. As Lettnn knocked the ball twice out of bounds In putting It Into play the Crescent took the sphere' under the new rules, and almost In stantly put the college lads on the defensive. Hy rushes of rive and ten yards through the rentre nnd small Rains Around the ends the Crescents worked the ball gradually up to within threo yards of Yals's goal, and for a serontl It seemed as though they would score. The visitors,, however, urgod on by their conchers nnd hysterical undergraduates, managed to liutko a llnal stand aud secured the ball on downs. Some rough placing and slug glng on the part of the Crescents combined with oil-side play caii'ed an nllnwnnre of ten yards In lie given to the Yalo boys, and n moment Inter the Imll wns passed to (Itllette, who. by good dodging nud the Interference of bin team, rnu event v aids itrnund the Crescents' left end, (Jutll brought (llllettos careerman close by a pretty tackle, nnd the fight was now resumed In Crescents' territory. Yule, apparently, could not make any Impres sion ngitlnst the Crescants' line, anil the llrook lyn pin) its got the ball on downs. After it fall lira to gain the ball It wns mapped back to I'rntt. whomndua prettv kick of twenty yard, lllllctto fumbled, but fell on the sphere In time. The Crescents soon ruptured It. nnd again I'rntt klcktsl for twenty yards. Il was Yale's ball now, and they quickly sent De Witt around tho end for a goisl fifteen yards, to which ten yards more went ntltlisl a moment later for olt.-lde piny, Gillette then got the ball and mndo a pretty run around and through the Crescents' right end for twenty-five yards and scored n touch down, from which illckok kicked n goal. Tho Crescents then kicked off from the centre of the field. Illnkey futnhled, hut fell on tho Istll In time to save It. Yalo again tried her right half back, Df Witt, who made it small gain through the centre. When time was called the Imll waa on Yale'a forty-five-yard mark. Tho score for tho first half was: Ynle,U; Cres cent. 0. In the second hnlf, Yale had substituted Drown for Chailwlck nt left guard. Letton fnrOilletto nt left half back, while Kedlngton had taken Dettou's place nt full back. On the Crescents' sldtt Walker took Qn Ill's place nt tackle, and Curry was substituted for Wlngate at right end. while (loodwln retired In favor of Hudson nt left half hack. Tho Crescents kicked off and Yale lost the ball on a fuinblo nfter one down. As neither side was ns nblo to make gains the ball rhnngtd hands twice In as ninny minutes. Finally i alo got tho ball, nnd De Witt, who has a vicious way of throwing off ambitious tacklers, made a gain of twenty vartls umund the end. Tho collegians followed this up by substantial gains through the centre nnd around the right end. The result was in three plays the ball was on tho Crescents' fifteen-yard mark, nnd shortly afterward Itcd ington wns forced over tho line for a touchdown after seven minutes' play. As illckok failed to kick goal tho score stood: Ynle, 10: Crescent, 0. On the second kick off tho Crescents com menced to do some goisl work. Hrown. who caught the boll, was downed In his tracks by White. Tho Crescents then got tho ball on downs, quickly secured ten yards throng Yale's centre, and gained ten more yards through Whiten run around the end. The llrooklyn men would have done better only for the manner In which Young Illnkey got through the Cres cent's line ami downed his man even-time. Yalo succeeded In getting the ball again on downs, nnd Do Witt made ten yards through tho Crescents' lino, knocking the home players over llko tenpins, A squabble arose over the right to the Imll. which wns settled by Its going to the Yale men. who lost It In try ing to go through the Crescent's line. Then Snn fortl took tho bull and made 10 yards, but it was brought back, as It was not In play. Wni-dner of tho Crescents was injured In a scrimningr, which stopped the game for some minutes. When play was resumed White made a ten-yard Ealn. and a moment Inter tlmo was called, the nil being near the centre of the field. The final scorn was: Ynle. 10; Crescent, 0. The teams lined upas follows: IVtr, Intitlont. Crcest, Pass Iflend Warilner nrand brft tackle ; l.tVaiker nrown.'!"1!: '.'.'.'.'. beft guard s'smlfonl Mllllumn. "..'.'.'.'.'. Centre luldwln Illckok Klglil guard Ilolrhklns Murray HUM tackle WrlKht I. Illnkey Might end "'!$ Ftncke Quarter liack '.''''(Yrowell OlMelle j r.fih.ir li.pb ... .OimsIwIii I-etinn j ....wrt nair line ; nmUoit lie Wilt IllEhthair back Wbllo Itrtdlngton,:-." i Ku """ ! '" tcfer-Vllllam null. Umplre-Diitterworlh. Line man Wylllj Terry. I'lllNCFTOV, 8; I.KIttnit, 0. Hm-iu.KiiKM, 'a Oct. 0. To-day's game with Princeton wusnwalted with great lnUret here, ns tliu llrst real test of tho strength of the Le high team, and the score nt K to 0 In favor of Princeton, together with the fact that l.chiglt had tho bull within six Inches of Princeton's goal line and kept it lesa thun three feet from the line for three downs. Is it result its gratify ing to the local tciiin us It was unexiecteil. lvotli teams were In excellent condition, and the Tigers began with the cnntldence of champions lilt nil against a lighter nnd weaker team, but la'fnro tho eutl of tho gamu their respect for the Lehigh men evidently increased very much, nml the vvratli of Phil Mug increased In the same rutin. The game liegan at il:lH, Lehigh won the tovi, and chose the west end of the Held, with the sun at their barks, giving the ball to Princeton. Lea niicncd with u kick to Harri son, who brought the Imll to Lehigh's forty viird line. After three downs with no gain rilzgeruld kicked. In three downs Prince, ton made very slight gains, and lost live yards on a fumble; then ward gained thirty Minis around Lehigh's left end. Then, nftrr a gain of twenty yards through the Hue, Princeton lost ten yards and tho lull on a fumble, Lehigh made several small gains, then forty yurds on Fltzgernhl'H kick. Princeton fecund the lull ituil after slight advances lost it on downs. Fitzgerald klcktsl und lludd fell on tho lutll on Princeton's forty. vunl line. The playing was very much llkotliis throughout the game, Princeton made, berftist touch down nfter sixteen minutes' hard play, and Trenchitrd fulled to kick the goal. Si ore. -I to 0. Lehigh took the ball, and after Fitzgerald's long kick Traftnii nnd Thurston carried it within six Inches of Princeton's goal Hue, wberu It was lost on downs, and lima was called soon after" Itli tho Iwll tin Prlnertnu'a forty-yard line. Time, '.'II minutes. Score, 4 to 0. In Ihi'seciind half McCormnck mado a touch down itfler twelve minutes of very oven play, but Tl'cnchard again fulled to kick tho difficult goal. Tim Tlurrs were now doing their utmost, nnd stinrtlv Trent hurd tried it goal from tliu Held, hut falhsl, uud the game ended with tho Kill on Lehigh's twenty-yurd line. Time of terimil half ,l.ri minutes. Score, H to 0. Princeton has the lt Interference and more weight, but I he tifkllng of t'apt. Trafton and Okesoit for Leiiigh was it feature of the game. The ti'iiuis lined up as follows; '. tmtlOH. tuflum. tjhtalx. Hrown Left end.... j""!U. "...Yates iinily"".1!"': ..v.:! IWttackle ...'.'..'.'.'.'.'. Jlou.lon VVIiecler ..'..'.' Left guard Trnfton t'nmilu renin Kpi Tnjl'ir Hhttilztiurd iletarra i-e i"hi"'kie..j;:;;:;.";a'l Thompson Hlglil end ukonu Trcueliaril . . ..Quatter liavk htdtiiuuli U'urd. U-rt hair back Ilarrium Mri'ormlrk . . Itlnht half Lack .. .Tliurtlnu Hurl . . .(till bark FllfgrraM Tout h down - Ward. Met-nrnilek. Umpire Marsh, ileferre -Paul lnililL Uiieiiiiau-l'. w. Mitittu. rsKiwn ActDtar. IN: stnsnnns, (a. The eleven rf Prooka Academy anil the barneldi of lilt llsveu til.t)el an exi'ltlua gams at Central Park. Ilrunks Acadriuy wou by Is in Ii. The leano: SirtlrUU. flMil'in. ttnutkt Atti'ltmv. Mvrlle laid end Mallirwa Ileoeher laid la"kle Ilrnwu Sniltb Left guard Franks Fahuu I'eulre (lohlileiu Thiuiias HUihl guard Kalter llerrlug Kudu tackle. Karlbaeh I'llull llltnt end Kublootltl lrlllui; .. ... yuartrr lieck llacy I'uluaiu .Led half buck .J. llentv,irl btersitln . .. Itlxht luilf lack .ltrllly la'ty. . . Fullback. alknlvorli IIAIIV'AIM), 411: Pllll.l.ira ANIKIVKIt, 0, I'AMBiillxie, Oct. 0. Although Harvard sue reeded In piling up a fairly Urgu score ugaint Pltilllps Andovrr Academy this afternoon the guiuew(Vsaii)thinE butentouruging to the up lrtcnt nt the iriuasoii. The defensive workuf the 'vurslly leuiii was goisl, but there vvaaan almost entire lack of Uum plu) In attempts to gain ground. Thu acauTviuv boys often broke through and tackled the men be lore they got up to the Hue "SHiT time and agalu when a Harvard bark started around the end he would be slopped by some ouo from behind. Ueorju Gray fell la the first ii llsTTt aTill saAaxjJMaW((SBs,lT' ins i us i " ii fisisii iviiiiMaiBgaaMiiiiiiiBMii half nnd Injured his leg so badly that he will probably be unable to play again this year. Most of Harvard's gains were made on end plays. Pert Waters made his first appearance on the side lines dating the game. The teams: fnnwerf. YWftoss. mlotr. nichnrtUon ..Leriend .tionlil llsllowrll.. . laTtUrJtlc ?'!" Monshsn IftOusrd .Illgl'y F.Htisw ....rentre Hr;on J.N.8haw Iththt tlosrd Holt Oonlil ..ltlsht tackle teltontlller A. Ilrewer... ..,,. .v .Bljht end . .....Llndenberg neslS"'.".',',;."!! "Qvnwter back ...Mann I'helsn , i Dnrsnit i2J?s'"g' ' "lf h" ' ' ; : :: """" DSHipr'."". Fullb"k F"lo,t . Rnore-Hsrrard. 41): Andoter, 0. tmplre-Ererett latke. Iteteree-Morse. Time 0 mlntiti-s. r.w jrasicT A, r., IUl .'insKV citv A. ft. (I. Although llieyfslled to n-ure until lbs teeond half of the match founht on the gridiron of Hie NewJerwy otsl st Pertren Point yestenlsy nflerniHin. the Jersey t'llr Klel.l Club's llKht-wrlKltt eleven put up a pretty stilt game against the Now .lerwy Athletic clubs strengthened first eleven. The victors Milled twelve point en three touch down msile, rowctlrrry, by '1-efiy" Psvles. Harry Hotline, and Cant. Klswnrlti. The Isttermsdebl touch down after a clever run of ninety yards, nodlne made tnree essats to kick a J nnl, and failed esch time. With a good, punter, the enwyitc could hare scored ano'her naif dusen point. C'apt. Peter Hentley scoml the six tolnts for the Jersey city team. His touch down was made after a brilliant tlaah of 100 yard. Then hs easily kicked a goal. The teams: AVin Jtntu A, ( lnHfnti. JtrftuCtlu t'.C. iulSJeHck:: : . : : I -" "'' ",n" Ktatt Ifttarklo. ...lloe Merton Lettsuard, .Holomon Devlin Centre Chilton White.. Illahtitiard ...Nrgtia Trathsm Hliht tackle Vandervonrt Klndlay , ItlRhtend Tllden Haatrrann gtiarter back 1). Hentley Klaworth la-ft half back TofTey Havlca Right half back P. Dentler Hodlne Ftill back Cook Heferiv-Mr. straight of Cornell ttnlTerslty. Urn-plre-Warren Dlion. Linesman James K. Sullivan. tlXIVtRSITV Or rXSXSTLVASIA, flfli SWASTHMOSr, 0. 1'illLADKt.rilli, Pa., Oct. A. Althnuith the Immense score of on to nothing ws run up by the l'ennsylrsnta University team againil Swarthmon" here toaiay, the followers of the Pennsylvania men are hy no mean satlnfleit by their team's work. There was Individual pitying nt the tnulstlrrlng sort, but as u unit very little praise was deserved either for the defensive or offensive tactic of the home tesm. Twice In the flrst half Rwsrlhmorehy steady gain, living the ramlllar wedge play known as the "farmers' delight," forced theliall to I'ennsylvanls's ift-font line. Pennsylva, nla's men are very slow In starting sttcr they hsvo csuaht theliall from a kirk off, Osgood and Knlpn alone seem to know their tiunliies. The score! unto o. Attendance, a,000. The learns lined upas follows! fVnnaufcnnu. ibWffoiut. Strarlhmnrt, Ituseiursrten Lefteml Firth VVsgonhiirst U'ft Isckle. .. ..... .shell Wooilrufr Left gttanl ... .Clark Hull Centre.. .I.lpplncott Wharton. , Itlght gusril Fnuso Mind ItlghtlarklH Slntnis b'plon Hunt end curils KiiIdo gftsTlcrback Ilmtge (leltiert Iaft half back Counter (mHl night half bock, Pshner UrtMike. .. .Futltiack llrooko Touch ilowu-Osoit tl, Wharton (), llrooko (.11, ttosenKarteu, Knlpe tSI. Woodruff iai. (losls from touch downs -llrnoke, U. Siilwtltutlons Uelhert by HriHtki. Ktiltie by Wlllfatns, shell by Coxe. Heferee II. A. Macker. til. U. of I'a. Umpire-v.. II. t'ranin.'u:), U. of Pa. Llnisnian -K. t. W. tVoodruff. "SU, Yale. Tims Two tio-mlnute halves. BOSTOS, 3 MI0OKt.TX, 2. ftosTOs, Oct. fl. Tho first game of the new profes sions! fontbsll leuvue. under the old anioclatlon rtiles. wa plsyetl to-day At thn South End ground. The opposlug eleven were the llrooklyn nnd Ittitiin, and a the rivalry between these twnteants I Intense, a hot game waa anticipated, and the result fully Juvtl fled the same. The Hoston playerA played a grand game. Their team work was the best The passing wa excellent, the blocking and Interference hard. These qualities brought victory. The tram: Itotton, Vi(fiax. HrooklvH. Irving . (luard Shea Jeonlng vn hark Cultlnali Falnards I "" """" J Kagsn Cuntlffe ) Hughes Puleatou f ..Half backs., Forlolt s. Jenkins ) I Pickup Harlow ni0h, win, ) Farrell Jenkln ..uigni wing., j T()1n Sunderland i .... , Llordeii Kenney J ..Left wing.. HannUlcr Hntierfson Centre. .....Harrington Thoscore Boston. 3: llrooklyn, x. Ooals-Flrst half Hnston, one by A. Jenkins; Uronklyn, one lirrarrell; second half lloRton. two by Harlow and Robinson; Urooklyn, one by naunlster. onASok a. c, .'14: wkslevax, o, ORAsor. N. J. Oct. H. Tho Orange Athletic Club played a fine game of football on Orange Oval to-day with the WrRleyan University Club, and defeated them by the score of .'14 to 0. The Orange team clearly outclassed their opponents, particularly In Intcrfcr enceand arcund-end play. The feature of the ptay was tho phenomenal run of Fielder, who covered fifty yards In Ira time than It takes to tell It. There was consldershle slugging and rough playing. The line-up waa a follows; Omoge. Vutftfonf. llA'jnn. J.Kyle Iaflend Alexander Hartley Led tackle Leo Vaughn. la'ft guard Noves J.Mohor.Webb Centre Iloano Huell Hlght guard Sibley Tuwllnson Hlght tackle Allen Whedtcr .Hlght end I'omeroy Coyne Quarter hack Davis Fielder IWthalfback Herrlan Sing Hlght hnlf back Anderson aynard -Fullback Wilson Umpire 1 E. Gordon, Wealeyan. Heferee W. II. Corbln, Yale. RVTOIRS, 13; tJlVATrTTE', 10. Xicw Hsl'sswick. N. J., Oct. fl. The first gams of the Middle State Football League was played this after noon lietween Itutgers and Lafayette. The weather was fair, the ground In good condition, and the at trndnnco large and enthudastlc. The teams: RutgtTf. litlonn. IjifttMrttt. Mill Centre , Jordan Itanney Hlght guard Itlnehnrt carpenter ,,..., . Left guard Iioiitia Mo-.ler High! larkte lut-dcr Si'Uilder la-ft tackle Iioerlcks lain. IllKhtend Vincent Danner I-eft end Attlx Denlse Quarter baek Rigman tlatie Ludlow Hlghthalf back Walhrldgn (leorge Ludlow .Left half back Iiaivlay Van Djcke Full lack strader Substitutes Htitger. Mnreltl, l'oole, Parker. Co. dlngton; latfayette, Ileant. Jordan, 'us Connelly, dandier. Heuft ltutger.l'(;Iavfavette,lu. Heferee C. J.Sclldder, Itutgers. Umpire v. Price, Princeton. Llnenian J. Collier, latfsvette. Oabe Ludlow of Itutgers wa slightly Injured. wrxT roivr. IX: amiicrst, o. WntT roisT, Oct. B. Without the service of Capl. .King. Wetpoint outptayed Amherst st every mfut to-dsy snil won easily. The features of the game weru West Point's fine Interference and Slacy and Con nor's running. Amherst's gsms was not nefenttne. and their play was unnecessarily rough. The trams lined. Ainhrrrt. Vn'f'on. IIV Vifnf. Ibwt ....Ia'ftend Nolan Tvlrr Lrft tackle ,. .Ullt It'spl.) Wnrren la-ft guard William nuhnp . Centre . Ante canther Hlghtguard Perry Kurdhk Hlght tackle Hugge Tyler Itlghl end Hrury Pratt iCapt.) Quarter Iwek ytotit JotniMion la ft half back Connor Whitney Hlght half back Mary Deerlng Full lark Duncan Tisich downs-Connor, 2; Stacy. 2. (loal from touch down Duncan. I. Time nf game-Twenty minute halve. Umpire Allen nf Anther!. Heferte Hlacklry of Wet Point. Atlrndaltcr- 000. raosrEcTs, 1'J; pakotas. 10. The Dakota and Prospect team played at Central Tark yextenlay aflerniHtn. Tho Prospect won by 12 to 10. The team; iritr(n. Vtaftos. flvutii f. T. MaeDoitatd .Leftrnd llerxog o'Connr Ieft tackle Hall Tlernan Left guard L. Wnllf Duncan Centre KimIi Vanderhelter Hlght guard . . .(loodklnd Illls Hlght tackle Frledenlierir .lone lUghtrnd II. Wolff Walters Quarterback Liullg I'alhoun la-ft half batk Heue.uk ('. Msi'lhinald Itlghl halt hack.. V. Froment Martin Full luck Warren rnriTEHACKB, in; mormvo-iies, 17. The Mornlngildes sml Fouleiiack hsd a rattling chsu stter theplgBklu at the lower fonttmll groiind at Central Park yesterday attrriiiMio. Tho game re sulted lu favor uf the frontruackt by lit to I?. The team: .Vfurtdsglfrfea. Itttnnr. bnettartv, Caney l-eft end FrleleiitMrff llnllin laft tackls Ieljey Aiken Leftguanl Miller Henton Centre J.Schuildt llurldiy ,, Rlglituuard LVbmldt Marble Hlght lacklo .Mnrganateln Halnlold Itlghl end Illlthely Hurke Quarter hack Phillips K-tiwln Iaft half lutck Opperhamm Klgertoo Illaht halfback Ilartlvtt l.jun Fullback Preullu ioiias, 0: WAnwICKS, 0. The logas of Grammar Ker-onl No. HT and the War wicks of Harlem plareit n drawn game nolhlng In unihlng-at Central Park yi-.ter.lay afternoon. The team; ll'urieiels. ViaMfott. taga. Wanhlngton Iaft end. Purn t lashburaer la-ft tackle Hat age Snuthwu-k Left guard Ooldhurg Hngncr Centra Levlnson Dlnon , Hlghtguard Mandevllle Luis Hlght tackle Mayer lllndr Hlght end K)rr llolllday Quarter back Clapn T. Taylor la-ft half tutck , Mewuiait Mckleai.n Itlghl halfback...,. bcbevllta Campbell Fullback Clark SAOAunaE, 12; akusotos, 0. The Sagamore and Arllugion football teama met yesterday In Molt Haven. After a hotly euntedrd game the former won by the score 12 to 0, The teams: .SnouMorr. tufrtojvj. Arlinaio. IL I'Ue Lrfirnd K Ho. km II ILFelrb Iaft tackle. It. Miartrun A.MtS'uy. ., la-ft guard II. Mutating F. ttrela .. . .Centre W. Jobitoii J. Magnolia. . Klght guanl I. Do Wolf ('. Thompson ...Itlahl tackle W. Kimball J. Parke Itlahl end Clluntlng F.O'tlowd Quarter .F. Fox V. Marshall la'dhalf P.Morma A. Kltchle Hlghtbatf W. Whrwrll il.Kleruan Fullback . . M. lllllanian Exuucwoou r. c. IS; c. c, v. v.. u. Kviuwnno. K. J.. Oct. II. -The fistlliall Irani of lha Colli get'lly of New York wa defeated b lbs Kngle wuml ytebtciulj eleveu this afternoon by a acoreof is tod. Tho respective teanullnct up as follows: . K I '. Jt-ailoa. C. C. o X. V. Hrlnkrrhoff Leftrnd Ia-e W. M.lVw laid lOA-kls . .. IVerliorn (oruell Led guanl ... . Ilodgvra haillh Centre Leileruiau J. Aekru KUhi guard Nutter Duncan Itiaht tsckte.. .. olcoll II. At ken Hlght rud 11 a honey A. D. Cue . Quarter luuk .. . NaUwahl E. u. Coe . . U-ft half hack Ueuuell llobart IletU . Right half buck. Earn IL Kcll Full back. . Veruilijie rOLV," -1 1 HOSTCtAlK A. C. 0. TTra.li La.a.' tv:-. -a.Tba! gaaae betw cen th MontcUIr A. C. elevrit aud the Polytechnic Institute learn of ttrouklyn litis afwrnooa waa a hard-fought tattle. Krltber sldo scored lu thu nrst half, aud (be plgskla was not gottca IuaWc the fl-ftccu yard lias by elUter atsasia) i tarn ill a i 1 1 r " " -'--- tesm. In the second hslf rtt;r wot wMdeneby " roly," who won by tho score of 4 to 0. The teams: MontrMr. lYHHmt. .fl'.n llrsdy, Leflend ,. lliapman FngTisfi. !"? BAtT i&ty. Murray. ..... .Uflgnsrd.... S.h.il rUgler . .. . ....Centre. ., Mctlhsls Ichly..., Illcht guard . 'arosby Maxwell ..nilhtfs-ckle.... .Bellman Kennedy ...Right end... ,., ...Sherman Place.. ,. Quarter bsck,... "ill'1'! Campbell Right half back -Moore Miller., la-ft hslf hack........ - .Bctirlch Strong Fullback Jones Touch downs-Jone. rtefe'ree-nourke. Umpire Curtis. I.lnemsn Johnson. Time of game Two halves ot 20 and in minutes. UWRKSckVttxr, 6: ratxerros; senca, 0. The Pilnceton 'Vantlty Bomb were defeated here to dsy. Lswreneevllle's halfback. Dibble, made a sen. sstionsl run of over one hundred ysros, sflsr wrtg- filing through Princeton's entire team. The teams ined tip as follows: Lnirrenoerine. ntf(on. JXncetongcrue. Hlchter .Ia'ftend F-'"0 tleer Lefltsckle Ollmore Wentr.,.., Leftgusrrt ...Dlokey Cailwalisder Centre ...Huht Edwanl Right guard Tnrney Hurknam Hlght tackle. Cowsn MnfTat. Hlght end Cts Illckok .Quarter tmck ....Nelll OT ii.ifb.ck. jbsjk! Macnlder ....Fullback .Bloane DOMISICASS, fi'Jt ORIOLHt. 0. The Domlnlcsn football tesm jilayed. their first game thl season with tho Orioles of Long Island City nt Woolsey's WkI. Astoria, yesterday afternoon. The Dominicans won by a iK'oro of 02 to o. Eapeclslly line runs were made by Donnellsn, W, 0. schmltt' liergcr. snd T. A, Hysn. The tesms lined up as fol lows I Vmifn Irons. VMftloti. Orloltt. T.M, O'Connor hlght end u't'.l" T. A. Hysn Right tackle.,., C. Ween U. Scbmlltberger Right guanl ,.,. Paters Donnelly Centre ....ii,,..Cohen W.J.Rysn .laft end J. VTn Hooney Iaft tackle.. ....... -... .Sullivan laiwndcs, la'ftguard Jones Keegan Quarterback O.Aumit Dnnnellan night half back ,.J. Aubnt Hyraes .Left half back .Taylor W. il. schn-ilttberter...,f"ull back...,, Joseph trisitt, lo; amrxrst aooiis, o. ITarttord, Conn., Oct. fl. Trinity defeated the Am herst Aggies tout 0 In a snsppy game of two .fifteen minute halves here this afternoon. At the kick-off Dingwall caught the ball, and on lining up hews sent around the Aggies' led end, making a sixty-yard run and a touch down. The score: AggtfM. VjAtfton. TWnffy. Warren la-ft end, -.8trawbrldge Fairbanks ..I-eft tackle MerwTn llurrlngton. Left guard Frnecose llallou Centre Holland Lull Hlghtguard A. Longford smith Right tackle... ....Hrlll Toole , Hlght end McCook Mnrsh Quarter bark Cogiahall Marshall la-ft half back Dingwall Crrhore Right halt hack Cogawell Wahburn Full back Longford roasxtx, 37; csios, 0. Itiivca, Oct, n, Cornell defeated Union at football to-da) , score. 37 too. The gsran plsyed by the Cor nell tesm to day gives It adherents hope thst she has at lst struck her gslt. The ball was very little of the lime In Cornell's territory, starbuck, a freshman, was tried at half and proved a discovery, making long runssnd dodging superbly. The teams: f'nlos. Staff on. Corntll. Itlldner Leflend Cool Palmer. Iad tackls... ,m Freeborn Terry ...Left guard Warner Swretland Centre Fennell Dock with Right guard J;;-" jjJJJ-J.T," "taker'!1.?.:: I nlnt Uck" '.'.'.'.'.'..Walsh Myers... Right end. Taussig Brown Quarterback.. . j;;;;"vyckonT .... .Ammon Larery Left half .....Nelltgan ..Stlenscber ....Starbuck Peter Right half Tnbln ( .Dyer Richard Fullback 6hl Touch downt-Starhuck. -t: Ohl. 2. Goals From touch down. Obi. 4; from Held, Ohl. t. Referee Mills, Lafnyrtto, til: Linesman, Cnlnon, Cornell. 'wO. Umpire Van Vort, Union, 'VI. Injured lleacham, Ammon, Nclllgan, Starbuck, Dyer, Sweetland. raATT l.ssTtTtmMti iiamiltos a. c, 0. A lively gsme of football wa enjoyed by several hundred--ctatorat thepsrade ground. llrooklyn, fenterdsy afternoon, when the elevens of the Hsmll on Alhletle Clnh and JTsIt Initltuto met. Ilsnkln son of I'rntt made tho onlv toueh down or the game In the second half, from which Orlffln kicked the goal, and the athletes wero besten fltoO, as they failed lo score. The teams lined up ss follows: JYntf Imlilnle. ftulffnss. Hamilton A. C. HUsel Ia'ftend. Slmnnson flyers - .la?ft tackle .Taylor I'ettllione Left guanl, Demarest Waihburne Centre... Sohmer Hoblnson. Hlghtguard Crnmptnn Lymen Right tackle.... (;;; jlV?! n. J. Pratt Right end .',','.''.'.'F:'iilbtard Jordan Quarter luvck ILCandeo llanklnson. la-ft half back. . . It. Henderson Telrney Hlght hslf bark E.Jacobs OrlRtn. Fullback D. Harding SF.W voRg, S; rtiiLAnu.riiiA, 0. Puit.ADr.LriiiA,lct.H. Tho championship season of the-Amerlcsn lasgueof 1'rofesstonsl Football Clubs opentsl hen' this sfternoon on the Itilladelphla Hase ballgrounda with a gamo between the Philadelphia and New York clulia. The Tlltlng team won by a score of 5 too. Two forty-nve mluute halves were t laved. In the first half.arter forty minutes of play, ounolly of New York kicked the first goaL In the aecond half the home player did not back each other properly, and New York hail little trouble In making four more goals. The teams lined up as follow : .Vie Fort:. Ynfflona. rAUnnVfiAifl. Maekay (loal Deardon. Flynn Full lutck . .Lee. ooverln Full hark Turner. Winters Half hark Davis. Siuhhs Half tmck Lnughran. I'runyrook Halfliack Itellly. (latin .Centre. .......Montgomery. Upton , , la-ft wing Hrennati. Triilnnr la-ft wing J.Cochran. Connolly Hlght wing Welghtmau. Couiuir Hlght wing D.Cochran. Ketert e tleorge Shock. UoaU-Connolly. I; Gavin. 3; Upton, 2. Many Football Oantca. WoRcrsrrR. Mas., Oct. fl. Worceter High. 44; Hoatoit Fngllsh High, 0. Maiiihov. Wis., (s-t. A. The Chicago Athletic Foot ball eleven was lieaten by the Wlnconsln University team to-day. 24 to 4. CLvvrRAt k. N. v.. tvt, . Tivdsy the College team Clayed a game of fonlltall with the Catsklll. at Cata 111 City. It wu wou by tho College team bya score of III In n. On tho upper ground at Central Park the Wet side Junior and tho 1'arkvllle struggled for supremacy. Thn West Side Juniors came out first best by the score of 32 to 22. The Young Dominicans and the Yorkvllle Juniors ptavril a spirited game at the tower Central fark ground yrfttrrday afternoon. The Young Domini can won uy 22 to fl. The New York Junior have organised a football team lo play under Aawlutlnn rules. They would like to arrange game with team whoso players aver ago HI. Address C. Kleiner. 222 East 103d ireet. IIO-.TOS. Oct. .- The M. I. T. eleven deflate,! her old rival, the Worresirr Polytechnic Institute, In a foot, ball game on the smith End ground this afternoon bj, it neon of n lo 0. The Iltskrly and Mitchell schools of the west side hsdanexcltlugchaso after the eluslvesphere yester day iitlcriu-tm at the upi-er Central Park gruunds. The lilnkelys won b) l2toll. The Dsunllens Athletic Cluh'a football team met tho Sumner Athtnte club' aggregation at Prospect Park parade ground., Hnxtklyii, yraterday, and won a well lerrved victory by soma clever leant play. The score; Dauutlcs A. (.'., s; sumner A. C' 2. Despite the fact that they were on their own ground, tho Hrdront Athletic Club eleven met defeat at the hand slid feet of tho Lexington Athletic Club i vettsnlay afternoon at Hedford Park, llrookltn. ThM-tirnwai Lexington A.C : Iledfonl A. C . The steamthlo Teutonic Rovers Football Club would like tn arrange a gvme ror Satunlay next, Oct. 13, with any aMorlatlun footliall Irani In New York or vicinity. The Hovers have alio Sunday, Oct. I4.uin. Address Henry Hunt, IIA Grant avenue, Harrison, N, J saitTti Orasoe. N. J (Vt. II. .The Alerts nf Melon Hall College walleil thl afternoon for the Jeraey City riHilball Eleven to ahow up, and when II did not ap pear a practice game was played with the aecond eleven of tho college. The Young Men'a christian Association eleven de fsaiml the )lclrialltan Life Imuran team on lha Moll Havru ground yrlrlday by IN to U. The V, M, ('. A. 1 ack put up a strong game, and were well sup ported hy the lino. Chauticey and Scatter each made run of titer thlrty-flvc -turd. NrWARK, Oct. It. The Ibuevllle Football Association succeeded 111 defeatlutf tho eleven of the Uarfleld A. C At the ground of the former club this afternoon by a score of 4 to 0 In favor of the Knaevtlle club. Eagle of the Rosevlllo leant wa the only one who auccet-Ued In scoring a touch down, Prowiiesck. Oct. o. Hrown played a strong gams with the Union Alhletle Asaoclat Ion eleven onLlticola lebl thl afleru'xm. Hrown won In twu twenty. Minnie halve. i-orluz 2t point to 0. The playing wa sharp on both sides, though It wu evident from the start which waa the stronicr team. White Puis. Oct, fl. The best gamo of football ever seen here waa played on the the Athletlu Grounds tivday liefore a large audience. The gaute waa be tween the White Plain Footfall Club and tho llergeu Point Cltibof New Jersey, The boms Warn won by a score of 4 to 0. A lively gams was plsyed at Cedar Park yesterday bet wren G. H. 'u3 and the Meteors In wblch lbs former were victorious. The Meteors played a sharp game, but the (1. tL'UJ clearly outpointed them, fhaguod playing of McGrew. Tommy, Itusael, Moore, and Morris won the game. Touch uowus wire made by MrUrew, Utuscl,and Luder. Hai'swtcK.Me..Ort.tl.-Ths Bowdnln football eleven played It flrt gams today with Phillip Easier, w liming by uacora in 14 lo lo to two flftecn-mlnllta halves. At the end of the nrt half Bowdolu had the latlt within two yanls of Exeter's goal. Exeter scored on flue runs around th end. llowdoln's touch downs were ou long runs and centre gulns. The second team or I he South Orange Field Club lined up against lha Paualo Athletlo Club at Pasaalo yesterday lu a very botlycont esteil gsme of football, the visitors coming out thu vlelor. The features or the game wen the bucking of Howell snd a long ruu PyJohLsnu and E. Hiruu. Tho score at the rud of the gstue wa; S. O. r t. tcond team, 12; Fataalo A, V.. U. - At Prospect Park parade grounds, Drooklyn. on Wed nesday, hi. htepheu's eleven defeated mucked team t oiu posed of plaversnf iho Uruoklyu IHga school aud Hnsul aud Strutlon elevens. Capt. Jamet Motley scored the touch down and J. Kelly kicked the goal. Store St. htepheu's. 0; pkked team. 0. bt. Stephen's team offer to tue-et team wboae average weight Is II IS pounds. J. Motley, 1UM 1'rnldent street, Brooklyn. Okasuk. N. Jn Oct. o.-lhe Cleveland Athletlo Club and the Young Mru's (brl.llan Auoclallon played football today on the Lincoln avenue grounds, neither side scnrlng. The bull wa moatly lu tu Younx Men's territory the Oral half sud lu the Cleveland territory Ike- aevuud half. II. GUI did great punting, and lui iculre work of the Y M. C A. was tho best. The members of the Atlantic Athletlo Club of Brook lyn wrut lo tllendsle. L. I., yetnlay, w ttere thay mst the eleven of the Glendsle A. (. un lbs " grUtruu. Superior team play proved lu be too mucu tur the (llendaleugrrsllon, sud they went defeatd badly. For the houio teaut 1'annns tuAile oni gual tu the sec ond half, but Fore failed to kick lbs goal. Two touch Uowna for the Atlantic were mad by la-nt aud Urant, from theCrsloos of wblch perry landed th goal. Total score. Atlantic A. C. b; Glendale A. ('., 2. AssArous. Kd.. Oct. 4. The naval academy teanv began lb season her to-day wlin a drawn gaiu with the Elisabeth AUdetlo Club of klliaUlk. J.J. Isara mmammmmmmmmmgammmmmwmwmmmm (cored a touch down and kicked a rt for AtiMpo lis, and Tucker mado a touch down, and McKeniie kicked the goal for the visitors. The ' rsilett ' plfje with only four of last year's players and a very Iff M tesm. For the scsdemy lssrd. Oraven and McOaoley plsyed the but hall, and Tucker, Armstrong. Wood ruff and McKensle for Elisabeth. The Irving Clob of Urooklyn jBtarfd their flrst gsme of the season etsrdaT wlUt fhe Tenafly Field ItlnU atTen.fly.N.J. The team work and Interference of the Irvtngs, though at times a little rstrred. ws far superior lo that of the Tenafly team, tnndi more so In fact than the srore Indlrstes. .The belt worjt for Tena fly was done by their full back, Waddell, snd hslf bsek, Ward, while the Irving played a strlrtly team gsme with but litis Individual pfavy. The halves were only of twenfy minutes' duration, consequently th smsl 1 score of S to 0. WsivxnsrrT or VntonrtA. OeLfl. The Baltimore City college eleven was defeated this afternoon by .the University of Virginia In two twentymlnnte halves by the score of 38 to 0. Both tesms were about evenly matched In weight, but the Virginians out classed their rivals stall point., and .but for looae running nnd fslltire to kick several goals would have run up the score tn 60. Thefestures of thegsme on the 'varsity lde were the msgniflcent T(Vysrd run by Johnson, liurllnf-sme'i playing at guanl, and Taylor's Interference', l'enton. the famous gusrd and last yesr's captain, Is expected to-night, and will strength en the line Immensely, The Echo Alhletle Club's football team of tlrooklyn will open their season next Satunlay In a game with the College of the City of New York. Tho team has made a good showing In their practice gsmes at Fatit em lsrk under the captaincy ot Dana Wallace, Yals, 'W7. Thomat P. Ford, right half baek, and George Me Devllt, left tackle of (an year's tesm of the College of Bt. FraocUXavlsr. add much strength to the eleven. Tho schrduht arranged 11 Oct. 13. U. C. N. Y.t Oct. tn, Yonkers Y. M. C. A- at Yonkers; Oct. 27, College of St. Francis Xavler: Nov. S, Elk Athletlo Club:. Nov. lo, Nrsck Y. M. (. A., at Nyack; Nor. 17, Lakeside, at Newark. A New Football Lenaae Uaslcr tk Anssvlrea of Yale. Ntw IIavix, Oct. 6. Under the auspices of the Yale Football Association, tit Connecticut Inttrscholaitlc Football League ha been organised. John Ollaon of the Hlllhouse High School, New Haven, ha been elected FresldenL The member of the league are follows: Hlllhouse nigh School. New Haven) Hop kins Grammar School, New Haven: Bridgeport High School, Hartford High School, New Britain High School, Taft's Preparatory School of Wstertown, Ruf field Academy, and Norwich Academy. The first games will be played on Oct. 27 as follows: Hlllhouse High School vs. Hopkins Grammar School, at Yale Field: Bridgeport High School vs. Tad's School, st Bridge port: Norwich . Scsdemy v. Hartfonl High School, at Ilartfonl; SuRleld Academy vs. New Britain High School, at New Britain. On Nov, 3 the two wlnnera will meet at plares not Vet determined nn for the semifinal games, and on satunlay, Nov. II, the win ners of the Nov. 3 games will play for the Ysle Inter scholsstlc cup, at the Yalo field. THE lriNXEUS AT AQVEDVCT. Valkyrie tVIn the Mladest House Hpeclal Cleverly. Tho racing at Aqueduct yesterday drew n largo crowd, and tho sport was the best seen at tho little track since the meeting ojieneal. Tho feature of the card was tho Mlnden House ripecial, at one mile. In which the beat horses at thotrnck camo together. Ynlkyrie.thc favorite, was an easy winner by two lengths. Marie I.ovcll got tho place by a length from Llsmoro. Favorites and outsiders divided the purees. Fifteen books laid odds In tho ring; and did a good business. The following are tho results: First Race Purse f'-!00: four and a half furlong Silver Queen, 111 (Grant), 0 to 1. won: Gaiety, ill (Maine), 20 to 1, second: Misery, 1 11 (Tetter), 4 tn 1. third. Olivia. A. O. IL, llo, Kelturno, Jolly Joe. The I'rarl, and Little John also ran. Time. 0:014. Second Race Purse 9200: four furlong. Dorcas L.. lOHtW. Frrnrhl. a to I, won: Lottie A., lit (Jen nings), 3 to 1, second: Heprravls, 1 1 1 (Koanlon). to I, third. Leporello. (lectio, Del Paa. Dr. Parkhutat. Itay Daly, St. Ann. and Lllllptit also ran. Time, n:All4. Third Race Purse $200; four and a half furlong. My Girl roll. 10U (Htzalmmons), n tn I, won: Third Cousin nily. Ill (Zelleri, to i, second: Billet Doux colt. 110(Scnlonl. 4 tn I, third. 'Half Breed. De Courcey. Topmast, Jim Lamb, and Glorlana also ran. Tlme.0:SO. Fourth Race Mlnden House Sperlsl, purse 8300; one mile. Valkyrie. M2 tDnnnelly), fl to 9, won: Marie Lovelt, 109 (McAdams), 7 tn A. serond: Ltamore, lou (Zeller), 4 to 1, third. Woodrhopper, hhsrou, and No tre Dame also ran. Time. t4A!. Fifth Race Purse 200: seven furlongs. Brussels, 111 lAlford). 4 to 1, won: Lotion. 112 (Fltiilmmnna), 1 to 2. second; Romeo. 115 (Viller), 3to 1, third. Lake and Don't Know alio ran. Good Hport at XurraEanaett Park. Protidince, Oct. 0. Thl was the fifth day or the running races at Narragsnsett Park, and was by fsr the most successful of the meeting. Among thoo present were msny lsdles. The trsck had consider ably dried out after the severe wettlngdnwn of Thurs dsy, but was still lumpy. Tnls. nowever, did not pre clude some good running. The card ofTered was An excellent one. Including seven races, with large fields. Summaries: First ItAce Six furlongs. Gsllstln (II. Jones) won, Annie Bishop (Noble) second, Ovation (Burrell) third. Time. I itnt. Second Hace Four and a half furlongs. High Tolnt Belle (Clrrlco) won, Maurlne colt (lllake) second, Herkimer (Snedeker) third. Time. 0:S3t. Third Race One mile. Illume ill. Jones) won.Au rellne second. Charade ( lllake 1 third. Time 1 :43s. Fourth BAce Six furlongs. Blue Mass tlllske) won, Irene K. til. Jones) second, Hlbcmla Queen (Gsrdner) third. Time, ltioif. Fifth Race One mile and a alxteenth. Dr. Garnett iltcClAln) won. Remorse (Burrell) second, Bess Mc luff tTsylor) third. Time. t:40S StxUt lue one end one-half mites over six hurdles. Llthbert tlLLynchiwon, St. John (J. Cornell) second, Marcus IVrAch) third. Time. 2:S1H. Seventh Race A steepleehsse fur gslloways; five furlongs. Little MonsreJi (llttnn) won. Tammany Hall iDufrlrs) second, The IUl W. Shields) third. Time, lio-t:- Hbarpakooter at Cree-smore. Crixdhori, I. I., Oct. fl. The ninth supplementary practice was held here to-dsy. Tboweatherwssclesr, but a strong 8 o'clock wind made good shooting dif ficult. Following are the scores of guardsmen who quali fied as sharpshooters on the 500 and GOO yards ranges: Twenty-second Regiment Prlvste C. M. Dorrance, Company F, 42; Capt. II. K. Stafford, staff, 4S; Private E. P. Jessup, Company II, 43; Sergeant V. II. Carter, Company 1,44. Seventh Regiment Private A. Conover. Company 0,42; Private J. C.DeMllle. Company E. 42; l'rivata J. A. Olsen, Company U. 42: Corporal A. O. Todd, Company o,42: Private 8. C Van Knte. ComttanyO, 42: 1'rhatoE.Le Breton. Company E. 43: Private G. K. Mrara, Company II. 43; Private w. II. Evans, Com- rsny U, 44: Corporal J. M. 31oe. Compsny O. 45; rlvate If. U. Beruan, Company o. 42; IJeut. J. K Schuyler. Company B, 43; ITIvate. Block. Company F. 44: I.lsut.-Cnl.G.M. Smith, fleld and stsfr, 42; Ker- Eeant W. M. Haltteil, Company II. 4: Private A. Hop ln,Company tl, 4:1; Private E.Oterholdt,ComtiAny C, 43: Sergeant P. C. FKber. Company F.43; Corporal E. I". Sand. Co. I), 43; Sergeant 1. Sand, Co. II. 42; Private D.C. Devlin, Co. B. 42; Sergeant M. A. White. Co. H. 43: Private E.P. Jetsup, Co. F, 42: Private J. It. Stew art, Co. B. 42; Private J. M. FIke.Cn. K. 43; Private C, G. Allyn, Co. D. 42; Sergeant It. 51c William. Co. A. 43; Private M. I'. O'Connor. Co. A. 43; Corporal R 8. John. aon. I'a E. 4B; Private F. C. MrLewer, Co. C. 47; Major J.C.Abram, field, 44; Private J. D. Thnrton. Co. K, 44: Private J. A. Swayne. Co. II. 44: ITIvate c. W. latnraster.Co. II, 44:I-Tlvate 11. l'.Cavarly, Cat. 47: Private F. F. Spier. Co. K. 43. ' Forty-arvrnth Regiment Corporal 8. D. layman, Co. A, 43: (ton-oral M. Flener. Co. F. 44: Private A. Benson, Co. D, 43: Corporal S. D. lavyntan, Co. A, 43. Troop A-Sergeant L. (1. Rent, 43; Prlvato E. A. ThotntMUin, 46. Twelfth Heglment-Capt. B. S. Barnard. Co. p, -13; Private J. Kgan.l'o. II, 43; Sergeant T.J. Dolan, N. C. 8.. 4H; Corporal J.A.Opel, Co. B. 43; Private W, ... Lanlgan. Co. II. 42. Third Dlvlilon, First Battallon-Enifgn J. C. Zrrcga, fwenty.thlrd Regiment-Corporal F. W, Roe, Co. 0. 43; Lieut. C. O. Scofleld, Co. l(. 43. Seventj.flmt Regiment Corporal O. II, Froellrh.Co. F. 43; Prlvato E. F. Greta. Co. 11. 44: Sergeant V. C. Garthwaltr, Co. F. 43: Lieut. A.C Claytou, Co. F, 43; Prltala S. L. Topllll, Co. V. 43. Thirteenth Regiment-Private F. (J. Austin, Co. G.fit, Hrst Brigade Wgnal Corps- Private William Grady, lis luteal t'rlekrl Field. The Brooklyn Cricket Club oblalurd an easy victory at Prospect Park yestenlay, whero Ihey defeated the Manhattan team by UN runs and 3 wickets. Th score 1 MASIIAVTAS C. f. SROOKXTS I' C. A. Bmedley, b. DurranL.'JO A. Brown, r. Premier II. (J. King, r. Brown, b. gost. b. Sineilley .... 7 Durrant. 4 II. Helms. USmedley ...22 F.J. I'rrndergast, b.Bur- It. F. Hrown. r, IH-niell. rant 2 b. Huihton 0 W.H.Densell.li. Hrown. I A. H. Durrant, b. l'ren O, Rose, run out 0 dergaat 41 II. Huihton, b. Brown... 2 W. if. Gray, I. b. w.,b. 1). Smith, c Owen, b. Kuthton H Durrani ... 4 II. H. M, Craw font, not O. A. fitonn, b. Brown... 3 out 7 T. Farrand. b. Brown.... VI'. K. Scanlon, b. I'rcn II. J. Peterson, b. Dur- drrgsit. n rant fl c. II. Owen, not out , .. 7 J. Officer, not out 1 V. Aldrldge. Did Byes a A, ITnwnlnherg. r not l-egBy 1 F. I). Wllllug....5bt. Wide Byea js , lagbyes 4 Total 61 Wide. 1 Noball 1 Total...., j"5 Tbasaa nashe Break m Wheel Rteor-i Raiiwat.N. J., Oct. B.-ln the 25-mlle, scratch, record race this afternoon over th Ellxabeth-Sprlngfleld-IUhway course, Thomas Hughes of the T. W. broke the reconl of tho course and won the race. Time, 1:02:27. The first six men that ram la weredhV'UAll. fled for cutting the course at Wrstfleld. Hughes wa toe seyenU.i man. George V. Coma nf Newark waa secnud. II.F.IIausouof Perth Amboy third, Joe Talont of Bedford fourth, W. J. Mooner, If. t". K.. flflb: W. Van Wagoner, b. C. C. sixth; C. I, Carpcmer. U.0. IL, seventh. Previous record of the course, . 0;37. Basrllasr Note. Th Winona Bowling Club has elected th follow ing officers: II. p. 0, Jobustou. president; JohuC. putr. Vlre-Presldeut; E. A. DUlsubeck, becrvtary; William H. liegeman. Treasurer. Th Kladderadutsh Bowling (Tub of Fltuhlnghave elected the following oOWra: Henry A. Menke, Presl. dent; A. Itausch. Vlcr-Prraldeat; E. C. Nichols, Secre tary: otto Drellk'h. Treasurer; Jauies M. Smith, Ser geamt al-Arm. Th following onlcers bv been elected by th Olive Bowling Club: F. HatiKl. Fresldeni; F. Turuer. Vlra Pre.kleut; 8. Hyud. Treaaurer. Ciaain will be rolled at Franks alley. DIvUlou avenue, ua-sr Ia;e aveuue, Brookl i n, every Wedueaday ulght. Th American Howling Club member will roll every Friday nigni at lb Concordia alleys. 1 b ofllcvrs are Ferdinand Eldmau. Preldeul; fajuls C stay. Vice President; Frederick Glttler, Treaurrr. Luuls L. brborn. Secretary, oeorge Stauger, CaptaJu. Ttu New York Produce Excbaug Ikiwling Club hUl their annual ine-stina: laal Thursday night snd electa! these ontcers; V. llllatu U. Trnflon. President and Captain; H. A. Stuioud. k--PrealdeBi; C, V. Trafloa. tMcntary; Jam liaabcr. Trcasursr. nixoitAxn oriffo ahe MAxcnvn. n Ttr Are to Flsjkt to n Finish rot- S,tos ' U Bid aast the l.araest I'urse Orered, vJT PniLADr.l.rnlA, Oct. n.-tleorge Ditnt: 11, ' featherweight champion, and Al Orimih. litlter known as "Voting llrlfTo." were to-day matched to fight to a finish beforn tho club uttering (lie largest purse and $3,000 a side. The Contest la to tAko place In six weeks after the art tptahce of the puree. Tho fight will bo ntrntcli welghls with the smallest gloves allowable, and will take place as soon as ncltihshallhcnKrrt-tl limn U'ltourke announced that he would inticel Dixon's theatrical engagements If the -,,i. named by a club for the contest shall Intrrfrro with them. The articles nf agreement n signed by Tom tl'Hottrke for Dixon and Walter t'ntnii bill for Young llrlfTo. aronn follows: "rnm-" ,.a.-"vj Articles nf aarrcmrnt entered Into this iltlh ilsv nf Vl October. IHtltrbetween George Dlion and Al tirirtith" to contest with the snisllest gloves sllowed in a nmoi' before, any alhletle club nflrrlng the lsrge.t mt"i agreeable jo both parties. We agree to meet st iti,h weight! the, contest to bo for .tV.OUOn side, slid a fuarsntee of gooil fsllh we depmll f MX) a side each o le mde Into 2.oi)0 stlde when therltib In torn which the contest Is lo tske place Is agreed Umn. and Into t3.0og a side one week before Ihe conlcVt I to take plscs. ... It Is also agreed that we shall abide by the referee's derision, and the money Is lo lie paid over by the stakeholder tn the winner n designated by the ref eree, who ahsll be hereafter agreed tim bybuthpsr- Il Is furthermore agreed thst thrttakrhntder shsll pay over the money to the winner as decided hv the referee, snd thst he shsll lie held hlsmele without recourse tolaw. Thernntesl to tske place six weeks after the purse Is accepted. Oa the Tenata Court. J. P. Paret beat Calhoun Crsgln yeterdsy In lh finals of Ihe tennis tnttrnsmrnt for the rhstnplnnhlp of Central Park, and will meet Falwln P. I'lvhrr, Iho present champion, on Tuesday lo decide who will hold the championship trophy for the following vesr. Parrt and Crsgln played very evenly throughout their L match, and It was only after Ore long sets thst Paret anally won. ... The singles were finished so late that the double match between R. L. Smith and C. Crsgln snd J. P. laret and It. D. Thurber was postponed IIIIMundst. The scores: Men's Singles Flnsl round: J. P. Psrat. Iannx T. C , brat Calhoun Cragln, New York T. C, 4-rt, lu-s, - 11, 6 . 0-4. The Knickerbocker Tennis Club tournsinent wns continued yesterday, and A.C. Postley, bybentlnvl'. Stevens In straight sets, I now a tie with E M smith for first plsrr, Tho tie will be played off on Wrdnev dsy. The scores! Men's Slngles-A. C. Postley beat P. Stevens, 0 o. 64. Yestenlayaflernoon Ihe closing event In the an nttai fall handicap tournament nf tho King Cotintv Tennl Club were played oft. During tho week thn ladles' singles and gentlemen's doubles were com pleted. In the former event Ml J. Atkinson hsd csmeout vlctornusnnd Ihe In latter Dr.Fratlcrand.Mr. Payne. Yestenlay 11. Thurber won Ihe gentlemen's singles and Dr. Frailer aud Ml J, Atkinson the mixed double event. Beautiful prises were awanted the winners. Summsrynf dsy's play- Mixed doubles -Final nmndi Mis J. Atkinson snd Dr. Frstler tscrntchl best Mis llellwlgg snd Mr. Pouch (hslf mucin, 0-1, tl 4, ti 4. Men's singles Flnsl rntinil II. Thurber lieal Bur roughs, 0-3, 03, 3-1, (V-3, Mystic Park Oct the Dlreetum.Allx Race, Hoston, Oct, 0. The match race between Directum, l.':05H. and AUx, '':03K. will tnko place on the Mystic 1'ark track Saturday, Oil. -0. for SS.fiOO a side and a purso of 80.000. Tho details nf this event were concluded tn-nlglit. JlyatlcPark track was selected because of Its superior advantages In tho way of surroundings and locality. SsTcash; $0.25 per Mouth for 12 Months, TOR A yv CltESCENT, Iho "Wheel of the Yrnr. $15. CASH, tO.39 PER MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS, FOR A RAMBLER, PHOENIX, VICTOR. LYNDHURST. ANY WIIF.EI. YOt! WANT ON PROl-OHTIONATF. TERMB. ALL NF.W 1SU4 MODKLM. FULLY DtlAll. ANTKKD. l.OWKST CASH PRICKS. IMMEDIATE! DELIVERY. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES AND Cllll, DREN. PROMrr ATTENTION. CALL OR WRITE. Equitable General Providing Co. (II O. P. CO.), Columbia Building. 29 Broadway. FALL CLEARANL'I HA'.E UlVTCLrji'. "" All makes, pneu. ttrnl ladles' and gents', a. t 1I7.S0, gto. its. a47.H0. and .13. Inspection Invited. ' llanement. II) Harclay t. 1 , Horw, vCnuiagtiJ, &r. TMBWiW"ETcANiir ISroadsvar and SOth HI., New Tork. WM. KATON' AUCTIONELIt I The Great Bloodgood Stud Sale of Imported and Native HACKNETH, IL1CUNEYH, nACItNFTH. CnmprlRlng Fantnu Prize Wlnnera, STALLIONS, 11ROOD MARES. YEARL1NUS, FOAU, Ac. Also MAONIFHT.NTI.Y MATCH KD PAIRS. HUPEitii mmii.e Harness houses, SADDLE HOItSEh. Ac, Ac, numlierlug About 300 Head. KOii Head. 200 Head. Wll.f. rosIMEM'G The American Horse Exchange. j Ilroadway ssd SOth Ht Nsr York City. ON THE EVENINOS DF I Tuesday and Wednesday Next, Oct. 9 and 10, . I At S P. M. Each Kvealaa; br Klectrlc Light, VI ' Continuing on 'O I Thursday. Oct II, at It A. M. W HORSES NOW ON EXIIIIIITION AT The American Horse Exchange. ; Special Electric Light Eihiblllon t Oa Mosdsy F.TealaK lro H P. M. to 1 1 P. kf. I OATALOtlUKS AT THE HORSE EXCHANOE. ' J ENTRY HOOKS OPEN UNTIL WEDNESDAY. P. M. HPEL'IAI. I1.1BOAINH IN SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES. SPIDER PHAETON WAOONErTIS, Oood as neH", TWO RTANIIOPF. 0109. Hy Hrcwsler. BREWSTEH IIROUOIIAJf, Aal at large variety F light lagle trap. 0. McI.O VO II UN. .luci-esvnrs to . WM. B. POND & CO., ' BROADWAY. JI1HT ST., .tr TTII A V. VANTASSELL "& KEARNEY'S MAMMOTH REPOSlTOItV lavrgest Carrlsgu Wareroonts In New York city 1 1X1 and IH4Eat IHlh.t.. through to 13. IKS. 1V7. lt!W Ea'l l.'th tt AI.L THE LATEST NOVELflES. NEW CtlU)RS. AIX KINDS OF TRIMSIIVlit. S RROUQIIAMH ft EXTENSION KKUNT HltOl't.llAMl VICTORIAS AND CAIIItllH.FA S FOR ONE OK TWO HoHM'.S. IN FANCY TRAPS OF ALL KINDS. f Yerr llaadsosue llody HraLe. with lead bars, lor two or four home. If you don't kuuw Ju.t what ou waul for yoia summer driving It will pay you lo haik ihrough ihelr . repository, where you will surely find something to V Interest ynu. l. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LADIES. g I'ASSKNflEH ELEVATOR TO ALL FUKIHS. B J aV eaJ LaVatlmias 8 BUGOIKN I'HAKTIINS. HI CKPOAI'.DK. HI NALOVTB. SURREYS. DEPOT WAUONS. WAOONETTJUS, VUX AND VILLAUECARTS, A OREAT VARIETY OF FANCY DRIVING TRAPS. LOW PRICES. !XW PRICKS. LOW PHICF.t. GOOD STYLE. GOOD gt'AUTY. 265 & 267 Canal St., INT. Y., - I 800 FEET EAST OF HKOADWAY. ' She Surf. QUEENS COUNTY JOCKEY CLUB, Alil'KDl'liT. I. I. I MIX KACW evkut'week day, la-KlunlnifalV:IS P.M. SPECIAL BACE TRAINS LEAVE . foot East aith t.. lo.to a. M., l:M aud I .'.'0 P U. I AND FlJlTBCBII AVjBUOOKLYN. v at 10 as A.M.. 1:00, I.Vt.lia. iuJtMI'.JL X KINGS CO. -L" ROAD TO OKANTAV W Cluhs stage from station to track forCc-farr JK Through tralua for tauig Itlaud CII aul Halbuia ". Immediately after tue races. ' J i NEWTOWN JOCKEY CLUB, " I MASI'KTII. L. . I! nix K.t r. i:vi:ur afterximis, II IteBllllUlltr lit 2 HO. and nvi.rnees ni'il CVKMNU 11 Y KLKTHICMUHTsI HilS. 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