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HL ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD. R?i XECOJIDH OF Tit E VAltW V8 l.EAMXO WK OOLIsVar. TJ'.AMH TO HATE. B'v Bran ror lh 111 a.amee Are la Demand-In- Kr?v dlana rrjnilna Lar-tr. Itrcelpta-nalnl'a Mu llnndtrnrb Amlnat l.aforntte The Chlraco Kff A. A. parrr Here Other llw and Uoaalp. WH Princeton still remains tlio only one of the tile VHfj college trams that linn not boon scored ARAlnat. He The TlRera hnvn played ten games with an KS nxcrairc o( 31 points per game. Pennsylvania R;5' took u (trap Inst weak, nt tlio Indians Increased B tlio number of points mado nfrnlnst the Quakers Kt toll, tlio only other team to cscapo a white Bil wali Iwlnif tlio Wnsblncton nnd Jefferson B eleven. I'ennsyhnnla lins played twelve H enmc, nvcrnplnR about !I3 points por pamo, Hji but tlio Tlct-i havo bad, on tlio whole, more Hk formidable opponents to buck up against. No Kp team has been able tocroii llnminl's grmlllno Kjr m yet, Cornell's koiU from the flcM bolntr tho Hff only advantage, socurcd by an opponent. Four Hj teams havo succeeded In making a total of 33 aK points attalnst Yale, the wearers of the bluo rolling up tho smallest total against opponents H of nny of tho Hie Four. Tho work of tho rari- Kjjfn ous teams of promlnonco Is shown by tho fol- Ktt lowing records: KB,' riUNCKTON. Hit Princeton 44 Lehljh 0 Ktf rrlncrlun ft.1 Itutjei-a u K,' Princeton Sri Annapoll U K,Y Frlnreton 3 Mete College 0 &' l'mieeton Id Indiana 0 UWSl Princeton BIF. anillt 0 rA Princeton to Cornell 0 Ktf, Princeton IS Klliabeth 0 K), Prlimton Dartmouth 0 fi' Princeton 07 Lafayette 0 B Total 340 Total 0 K& Pennaylranla 17,Bi.cknell 0 IVnnayl-ranla a'lK. anit M 0 Htf Pennaylraula lHiW.aodJ 4 1'ennaylranla ri7Hlettyebnrg 0 Mm.t? lYiiuaylranla .13 llui-knell 0 K Pennsylvania OS LehlKh , 0 Umi.. Fennaylranla 4V Virginia 0 v- Penuelrahta !14 Dartmouth U it Prnnsylvanla ystate 0 Mm, Pennsylvania 4 I.arayette 0 -i Pennsylvania 41) Drown 0 Pennsylvania I'll Indians 10 Bf'' Total .,...i3 Total 14 Kf imiv.utn. HV Harvard !0( Wllllarrui 0 K Harvanl 1!4 Bomloln 0 MM'-' Harvanl la iiartmuuth 0 r Harvanl li Amlierat 0 ' Harvard 10 West Point 0 l Harvanl 24 Newton 0 H.,; Harvanl Ihilirowti 0 ? Harvanl SV Nevttowu X. C 0 Hj Harvanl 24 Cornell S l Harvard 24 Wesleyan 0 Bi Total 817 Total , r TALE. H';. Tale 10 Trinity 0 v Yale SO Wesleyan 0 m , Yale IH Amherst 0 H Vole liaiUIIIInms O K Y'alo 10,.N)'Wton 0 't Yule IS Ilrown 14 ' Yalo St.lmllsns V m'" Yale , t"et Point 0 Bf Vale 10, Chicago 0 Br," Total Toil Total .7s5 B AVHSI EVAS'. Vir Wesleyan tiiWest Point 13 T Wo.lejan 21 Wlll'ams 0 Mjt Wesleyan lOjTufu 0 Wehleyan 24 Auibert 0 Vt Wesleyan 0 YnU- .10 n Wesleyan 12 Ilrown 34 B Weclvuu IH Amherst ARSlesM n H, WeKlejan 2tWstertiury 0 a Vi (.!) nn 20,Si.w lirltaln 0 m' Wesleyan 14 Amherst 0 m Wesleyan U.IIarvard 24 H Wesleyan 0 Trinity 4 BM: Total Tn3 Total .Toil g I.APAVirTTE. R lfayette 14 Rloomsburg 0 K' I.arajette 2l Wyoming U H I.af.yftlo 21Stte II Hf Lafayrtte HiP.andM 0 Ht I.aravctte A4 Temperance A. C 0 H I,arette 4 Cornell 4 Larajette o 1'enniylvanla 4H Ki- Lafayette 94 Lehigh 0 f;. Lafayette 0 Princeton 57 Bft$. Total 174 Total To7 H't CORNELL. BilK Cornell niColcate 0 Hjg'' Cornell IB Hyracuie O v-' Cornell .lSlTuru 0 jr Cornell 4 Lafayette 4 f Cornell.. .v,. ...., Oll'rlneelon 10 H'. I'ornaU BIHarvard 24 K'm nifcewtn 43lbtate College 0 H' Total till Total .Tii '4 mtcnv.v. IH';' Brown 24 Tufts 0 i Ilrown ...44 lloston 0 e Ilrown 20 Andover 4 K' Ilrown 24 Wesleyan 13 gB-'t Drown 14 Yalo 18 IH'Vr Drown oil an an! IS . Drown 0 l'eunsjlvanla. 411 gi Drown 34 Newton 0 staBs Total ISO Total .Tu2 fAMitnnsT. Amherst 20 Amherst "Agsles" 4 SSSB." Amherst 0 Yale Is .'jr, Amhent a Holy Cross 0 Y. Amherst OHnrtard 38 B, Amherst 8 M. I T a i Amherst O Wesleyan 34 JKf, Amherst 0 Trlulty la . Amherst 0 Wesleyan 14 Kt, Amherst O, Williams 6 'V Tolal 401 Total 133 'f, WILUAMS. B'ri Williams fl Laureates 0 f Williams 0 Harvard 20 g. Williams OlYale 31 nBjr Williams 0 Lehigh 0 f' Wllllums 0 Weslevan it "S Williams ll Colgate 18 'Jim, Williams ajAmhurst a B Total 12 Total TtU 2H; DAIITMOL'TII. t'B' Dartmouth 34Kieter 0 ! Dart'iioulh 0 lluriard . Ill .;? Dartmouth 0 l'rnutylianla 114 s Dartmouth Oil'rlni'eton :I0 iS' To,al 3ll Total .77 Mmk CAItLIHLS INDIANS. I' Indians 0 Prlnictou 18 'MmfJ, Indians Yale 24 ;"B;Ji luillani K2 Oritysburg I ''? lmllans lu l'cuuijlvaula 20 fm'f To'l lUl' Total 08 '; Application blanks for scats at the Yale- ! B'jj, Princeton euino must bo handed In to the man- jBt Biters not later than to-morrow noon. There H"' will bo very few cholco seats left by that time, B according to indications. On tho sides of the imUL ,l',l ,llcro "Hi ho a total of 10,100 scats at $2 JWJ, enth. On tho ends of tho gridiron there will bo jB sliout 7,000 more nt $1.50 apiece. Ab there will f By " no admission tickets sold and no coach poal- vv tlons, It is estimated that the frross receipts I" ? will iimount to about $U 1,000. Thcro aro very B 'K tow senta left for tho Harard-Yalo game next ll Biititrtlay, Moro than 11,000 seats at 9Uoach V i na o been Btianjiod un, and 10,000 moro at Sl.f0 mi hne been nearly all disposed of. From Indl- f catloiif. nearly ys 000 spectators ore expected m t to seo tho bl battle. W ?, .The Carllslo Indians, by til way. will enjoy ; t tlie most profltablo eeason slnto llielr eleven p I"18.,"1?1 oreanlxod. In their gnmo at 1'rlnce- 1 ton their (.tiaro of the rctclpu wa said to bo ft h clofo to m.filKl. At tho l'olo OrouniU, aurainst W ? '"ey diow Biich (rood monoy that they car- ft J, rlejl away moro thun $3,500, and at l'hiladel- mi phlaon haturday the) receded Hourly H.O00, J' ''.'"'d-As they play lirown University nt ?i the l'olo Grounds noxt rMturdnr, they may if, pocket unothcr uood sum, to any nuthlnu of their f 'r!aJa ''i.M10 ,Wcst rond ThanksBlifiiB time. f !!,? "" " ,fc very prohablo that tlio Indians ylU hno a pretty fnlr-slxcd balance lu thoir V treasury after their heavy expenses havo liecn paid. ,?hey do niorc innelllnif than nny of tho . - S'her blir tonnis. hence iiulto an Item In railroad Tpjv' '"rc" uml ll0,e' ol"- tiW' . ? Pipof that succosaful football requires tftv. f cadwurk lis well as muscular btrength, a play il; by llaird of I'rlnci ton on halurday muy bo cited. rimy Ihe I Kirs had unuluallj forced tho ball down 5mk f,uwU,im tlvo Jrds of Lafayette's coal lino. ttmk 2 noJ-aston men pur up it brao defence, nnd r$ftS finally madesuth n stand uhciitheTierrs had but 'J Ml )rd to iinln In their third down tliut It was a !(: jiu-ation of possession after the bull hnd been Tf.'Ml ''rtunncd," Jloih allies claimed ll, nnd as li- JftfS ;?,CI,." ,clft,!u,,Vcro ",,,r persistent than nmf. J'rlnieton ".the Tlucrs nindo nn protest heu thoiefcrco decided thut it n J-nrujclto'o ball ifftlr on four downs. Nuturally Ihncuily pfity to make '' J1,1"' "8 "ki k, and Iliay punttd from behind !? his own irpal lino attains, tho stronir wind that nmt, yus blowlmr from tho northwest. 1 hnt no. !? Uflnls cue, and he watched the ball as It SiB5 ybirled upward, Scelnit that It could not ito WMi beyond tho :)5-yard liny. Ilalrd got under tho Attftl' """ "n" prepared to collar it. 4US Lafayette's players Immediately took it for Jf.mi, gntntnl that ho would rush baik. toward their iHf. Hl as sopu as ho had caught tlio bull, and tSmiW promptly ch.tinrisl on iilni. Jlut llulrd had a 8ftlf) better phv ) ild. Itea Iilni; thut ho had the IrsHI. vll.ul "''.''' Il,m' " Pt 'll heel into tho turf UBIfi. ,"' "'"''e.n "fulr catch." That was euouirh to itrB r,co" "10 l-ufnjetto men o(T, and forced them u i.BftVff ll"e "P ut ""cl1 " dtstanco from tho bull that tlicy Hit couldn't cr woll lutcrfcro witli it. llairil yjftfft then iravo the oval In Cochran, nnd from a PMy' ri',ni9 op rsjtliep from Cochran's hand, ho Kj.ftT. kicked tliu ball iimt tho crossbar nnd scored it (.A k'onl from the Mold. The play was worth flo iiiMft pnluts, und at the samu time tcned to rest tlio KHe l'rlnceton players. lift Jut or teleurwph operator on the side lines MBJir yrbiottca zniu not havo exceUed l'cnnsyl- H mWmfc' m ftftftftsafTllttirytjnf JrrisaasiasjiaSjsa,iialsnffa iwaaawMaaaflassMaawi dMMMSMMMMMHMSMaMnShMattMMMMtMSMSMMWaaMM W "epro iintiUt lAfrxrette. Dartntr th flrjt half tho Tlfreni played, eauy footbair. and did not ottempt to tear 1-afayette up very much. There wu i fcollntr of frlondship between the teams, and It looked like a onse of lettinff the Kaston team down as ensllv a posslblo. Huddenly, Jmt as tho first half was ending, tho telojraph operator who won send ing bulletins of tho game all over tho country received this message from Philadelphia: Indians have kicked two rosU from tha nsld, Bc-irs at the end of the nrst halfi In Hans, 10 Peanayl vanla, B, In an Instant tho operator Informed a by. Marnier, and two or three minutes later tho imwd knew lu The studonts wont wild with joy, and ovetran the field, cheering for tho In iliitna. Tho roachos immediately decided to tut the Tigors lopso and roll ud tho biggest jiosslble score, ,hcn tho second half began l'rlnceton played furious, unrelentless football, nnd Ijifayette was literally torn to shreds' Hut thoro were no hard feelings, although there weru many necessarily hard knocks. Pure amateurism Is not altogether prevalent among the players on athletic club teams. Not , long ago n. member of a local eleven was Invited to play a Sunday gamo for another team. Ho , did so well that at tho conclusion of tho gamo I bo received a crisp S3 bill for his sonlccs. As ho too the monoy he looked surprised, aud then rsiiiar kod: .'unv?u ,,?llArB' eU,.Te,J' lhllt, generous. hy. tho team on which I play regularly, a fellor geta a slap on tho baok and a glass of lomonndo If ho does well, and If he'sin good actor he gets a dollar. Say, I'll play with you pcoplo every Bunday If you want mo. CAMimipog. Not, 8,-It is yery evident that Conch Forbes and his numerous corps of assist ants Intend to conceal tho movements of tho Harvard jlevon from the public and keep tho students Insusponso as much as possible. Mr. horbes declares that any news concerning- the Harvard team must come directly through him. and his ultimatum Is being strictly ndhornd to. This evening be was called away. However, for the benefit of tho newspapor men bo loft a fow lines on the blackboard' In his room, sum marizing tho day's, work. Ho said the practice was sharp, but rugged and rather discouraging, coming so near tho Ynln fame. Tho second eleven scored onco on ho 'vnrslty. One short half was played agnlnst tho freshman eleven. Thn latter team played a very lively and nggroaslvo gamo and held tho 'varsity well. This Is all that could bo learned of tho practice to-day. Cnmbrtdgo Isnlronly beginning to tako on it holiday appearance. In deed, some of tho show windows In Hnrvnrd square have already boon decornted for tho coming occasion. Friday evening tho pice, bjnjo, and mandolin clubs will glvo n con cert In Memorial Hall. Contrary to e- , pectatlons, no dance will be held after tho performance, Collego mon nnd grndimtos only will bo allowed to attend nnd n-lmltlntico will ' bo frco. In previous ycirs the dance has boon quite a gala affair. Tho present change is desirable in that the student" can nil get to gether, sing the college songs, and awaken tho old-time Hart ard spirit onco more. The mem bers of the "varsity football team, the crow and basobnllmcn will attend In a body, as well as tho truck athlotcs. Tho event promises to bo exceedingly lively nnd interesting. Tho tYfm ton has offered to print for distribution nt tho kale gamo any songs which mav be submitted to them this week by students. This will be the first time in sot crnl yoare that tho Yulo eleven has been seen In Cambrldgo nnd the first Yalo gnmo that has ever been playod on Soldiers' Field. Princeton, Nov. 8. Tho Tigers to-day were put through a light signal practice, nftor which they lined up agnlnst tho "scruhs" font tltc mlnutegnmeina driving rain. There was no let-up notlcoable In tho work of the first eleven, and tho backs went tenting through big holes In the line or around tho end for long gains behind benutlful Interference. One touchdown was scored and Ilalrd kicked the goal. Despite tho wot field aud the fact that tho ball was thickly coated with mud, Quarter Hack Ilalrd got tho ball off neatly nnd there wns nn entire absence of furubllnir. Crowdls wns not on the fluid on account of his weak ankle, which got another wrench In the last game. Ho will bo 1 ild on for two or thrco days. Ilooth was also knptout by bruises and slight Injuritsrocolved on Saturday. Potter, '98, received a trial at left guard. He has been playing a fairly strong fimo on tho "scrub" team, and will bo ono of tbo substltuto guards In the Yale gamo. Ho Is t! feet 3 Indies tall, weighs 107 pounds, and last year throw tho hsmuior for tho track team. Hfckev played In place of Ilooth at centre to day. "King"Kcllv played right half back for tbo tlrst time In three weeks. Ho has entirely reiotcrcd an attack of malarial feter and Is now til to play a hnrd game. Ho has lost a good doal of valuable prac tice however, nnd will have to hit tie to beat Keller out. He jumped Into tho gnmo to-tlnv with his old-tlmo dash and spirit and made a good Impression on the coaihcrs. HUlcbrand recolvod a black eyo by nn accidental blow whllo running in tho Interference. After the regular practice l'aird went through a long drill In kicking goals from touchdowns, and Wheeler and Ayres were coached In punting and catch ing with a wet ball. New Haven, Nov. 8. Three Yalo 'Varsity players were laid off to-day because of their stiff game against Chicago on Saturday Hall, Dud ley, and Uenlamln. Hall's battered shoulder Is being carefully handled by the football team's physicians. He will bo nil right for tho big games, but will bo treated carefully till then. He did not go into the trame at all to-day, Con nor taking his place. Connor Is a fleet runner, but tbero his oulclency ends. He Is too light for the mass formations and is notat allaKgrcsslve. Ilenjamln will probably be out to-morrow and It looks as though he would tro Into tho Harvard game. Dudley Is not so sure. Less than a quarter of an hour's open practlco was had by tbo eleven. The scrubs crossed the line twice on tho regulars, their now plays proving too much for the first team. The 'varsity were kept on tho de fence all tho afternoon. It was feared that tho eleven would be obliged to dispense with the services of head coach Frank Butterworth for n few days, owing to the severe illness of his father, Ben Butterworth, the Ohio statesman, but word has been received here that he Is hot ter, and the Yale coach will not go unless nd- old i ale practice of loarnlmr new songs, es pecially for tho Harvard and Princeton games, and singing tbem before the contest and dur ing intermission, will be repented this year. Several of the college poots are at work on bal lads, adapted to nopular airs, whldi will be given out lute this week. The faculty hao voted to omit all recitations on Snturday morn- i Ing after 0:UO o'clock, to allow the unriergrad- uatcs to go to the Harvard gauic. The Yule freshmen should win their gamo wltu j l'rlnceton 1U01 hero on Saturday. They havo beon coached by A. S. Goodwin, last car's half back nnd catcher, who Is prevented from trying for the elevcu by n recent nttnrkof appendiillls. Tho prnctlco for two dins will be fcliarp and short; not a man on the eleven shows signs of overtnlnlng. rniLAiKLrim. Nov. 8. It is probable that a shift will have to bo mado permanently in tlio Pennsylvania eleven, owing to the injurv to tliu clover little right end, John Hedges, In the In dian game. Ho wrenched his shoulder very badly in that game, nnd though It wns not thought at tho llmo thut he would be nut of the game for more than two or thrcadnrs.lt was to-duy found that he will probably not ho ablo to play again this year. Dr. White made a careful examination of his shoulder this morning and decided that he should lav off completely until it is entirely w ell, which will certainly not bo less than two weeks. Moan time Pennsylvania will be in a hard way owing to tho crippled condition of Hoylc and Dickson, both of whom aro unable to go Into tho gamo. To-day Conch Woodruff tried Jackson at end. Ho will need careful coaching in the position to be of much service. Meuntlme his place will bo taken bv Walker, It Is nlso posslblo that Capt. Minds will be shitted nguln to his old place at left half back and Walker played at full back, although this will not be done until It Is found neccssnrv to keep Jackson at end permanently. Tho con dition of llorlo is more hopeful thun It has been. Ills leg has Improved faster than expected and he may be able to get into tho Wesleyan cranio ongaturdaj. Even if he doos he will only re place young Fnlwull. tho freshman, who was re sponsible for tbo Indians' two scores. Dickson, If be gets Into the game bv Saturday, may bo able to resume his placo against Harvard, though the cnrtllaco of his kneo Is liable to be thrown out nt any tlmo. Since both he and noyie are liable to Injury at any time. It is quite probablo tint tho Jackson change will tie porinnuent. fne team did nothing but light signal prnctlco tp-day, barring about flvo minutes' play. In this time Coach Woodruff devotod liltnsolf to cnrerully strengthening tho weak iioints nolitciililo In Pennsylvania's play on Satur day. He thinks the Indian game will do the Quakers a lot of good. AMltunsT, Oct. 8. Amherst hns protested the tie game of last Saturday with Williams on the giound that Patterson, the referee, blew his w Initio for a down before Flfor started on the 50 ynrd run resulting In a touchdown. Patter son lost his head and made conflicting suite fuents, finally saying ho did not know whether is blow or not. and tho decision wns left to the umplro nnd linesmen, who said they did not hear the whistle, Tho protest will piobablybo iliiidcd b Dartmouth, tho other tollego in tho triangular league, but may bo delayed several w ecUs, f Tho football tonmof thoChloicoA. A. arrived In town from Now Haven jesterduy ufternnou. It Is the intention of CHpt, Draper to rest his men for several ilnjs, ns their game with Ynlo on Saturday used up some of Ida beat pluvcr. The loss of Centre Hush Paulniau will bo se verely fell, ns It will ncccseltnto the usoofn valiiablohulf back In bis positiun on Saturday airalnst the Orunge A. C. The team Is qunrlcrcd at theMnrry Hill Hotel, but will lcavo to. night for Bergen Point. The men will use tho Now Jersey A. O. grounds for practko until Siturdu), The Western team is confident of plaj Ing Orange a hard gamo. Manager W. HaloThompcon of tlieChleagoA. A, football team made arrangements with tlio Now Jersey A. C. vestcrda) for it game at Chicago between the elevens of tlio two organizations on lunnksgiting Day, Tho Now Jirse team will be strengthened, and thn management will on (leuvortopul a powerful elevcu lu tho field on Nov. U5. There has as yet been little betting In Wall treat on the two big football games ot the year, I "' , - - - i jit i i -.'i TVIi ii mmWmnwmmimmmammmvammmWmimmmwgmA al i TT.ra.wi Yale and Princeton vs. Tale, hut ShitX Jave been made put Yale at the Tmall end in each case. Yesterday bets of 10O rniiarinn llarviud ng nstYale woro reported Stf.e Stock Kxchange. and 100 to J23 on Princeton against Yale. TO uncertainty as o Mii roal atrencth of tho Yale team has mado bettors ?ifttlo shy on next Saturday's big game in PamhVlriBtkbiit It Is likely that bofore the end o the wk YMo stock will go no and liar yard 1 backers will be able to got even monoy. rostball .Votes, J. V L. 1. No. 3. Yes. ,-.,, v.,rini S Y.. Nov. 8. Yale has per E&M lirterM M& to Nsw Haven. Ho yield. to the entreaties of lluiterworlh. KHmrtu.1 Tenn.Sov, 8 In a football game this aftVrnoorthe uSuerstt, ;nf .North Carolina beat tb. University of Tetinesae. 10 too. Tha nresdnsusht A. C. has Nov. 18 and 25 open, .newish tomi the ..rnewlth "' " Ad dress II. '. Uresnan. nill East IStltli street. The Nentune A. 0. has Thanksgiving afternoon .i.n and would like to hear from teams averaging fromlJo Tto l!i!i rounds. AdJress T. ilcCubbiu, 17U West 102d street. ,. brcvswick, Nov. B An lntena feellnn of rivalrvhu sprung uu between the tuotballte imi rep f?nung Hutger. College aud the Uutgers Collego PMosratiiry school over tho fact that the prepara tory school bovs on Thursday afternoon last defeated whit was suuiod to! the regular 'varsity eleven bv a a "re of 10 to 4. Thn "Prep" school boys secured alt the publicity they could In tho lo cal oarers on their vlotory, and tho members of the regular team are highly Incensed over the exultant attitude which their younger rivals have assumrd. In a letter to a local paper this afternoon Capt. l K. W. Drury of the college eleven states that but four of the regular nlavers were on the team that the "I'rep" school boys tlsteateil. He soys that no pretence was mado to have a regular gamo or a regular team, but almply scrimmages for practice. The Preparatory fchnol captain does not agree with all that Cant. Drury ss s. The eud of the controversy Is not lu sight. UAsrnALL. National league Ofllrlals rteady ror Their Annual Mooting. PiilnnEi-riliv, Nov. 8. Tho annual mooting of the Natlosal League takes placo In this city to morrow for tho first tlmo In tho history of tho orgnnizitton. Tho event has attracted promi nent baseball mcu from all ovor tho country, and to-night they aro gathered around tho cor ridors of the Hotel Walton, discussing tho suo cots of the gamo last summer, devising plans for Its further Improvement, talking about deals and other subjects which aro incidental to tho mutual meeting. As jot nothing in tho way of trades or transfers has been done, and, as all aro looking for tho bebt end of things, It Is not likely 1 that much will bo accomplished. I Nothing was done to-ninht beyond the meeting I of tlio Iloird of Arbitration to settle a few ' minor nutters. Tbo regular session of the 1 beaguowlll open to-morrow morning. All the club representatives aro hero w Ith tho exception of those from Baltimore Harry Yon Dor Horn and Manager Hnnlon. Tho New York Club's Prcsldont, Andrew Kreodman. looks as if ho were contentod with all tho world, whllo Ktrl Wagner Is pleased with the juiccsj of tho Wash ington during tho paM, ) ear. President Soden Bnd Mauugor Seleo represent Boston, and Pre si i dent B) rna mid Manager Burnio uro here In tho Interest of Drooklvn. Jim Hart has come nil 1 thowuj from Chkaco to look after that club's i interest, whllo Brush, with Buck Kwltig to sup port him, will, as usual, attend to Cincln I natl's end nt tho biiBlncss. Frank do II. Hobl&on und bin brother will reurescnt Clove 1 land; President Kerr. Pittsburg, and Dr. Stutky, . Louisville. Chris Von dcr Alio talks nbout 1 everything In Ills wandering wuv, but keeps his sharp little eves about lilm looking fur good things. This, with tliu Philadelphia reprcsenta I tloti, including Col. lingers, Al Heath, secretary Shetzline. mid Manuyor Mailing1), complete tho . 1 St. I There are also here a number of minor League 1 oftlcinls, who have nn end to further In tho I meeting. Presinont Pat Powers of tho Knsteru 1 League Is the most thrifty of the lot. Then there are President Johnson of the eslcrn I Lo igue. Manager Arthur lrw In of Toronlo.Prcsi 1 dent KuutZ!cli of Svr.-ii.use, President Burrow of the Pennsjlvanl i I,eiifU0. Mutmger Jim Man ning f Kansus City, nnd President Haines of ' Minneapolis. About tho corridors tho tnlk of changes in tho I rules principally rclulcs lo boiiio provisions be- I ing passed to prevent tho diiplnyof rowdvistu so frequent during tliu tMst jour. How to best accomplish this end is fuel) discussed, but few suggestions commend thcmselvts to all. Tho umpire question will also come In for its share of argument. Besides tin ic tvv o mujor problems. there Is no certainty w hut will be tho outtomo of the meeting. I The tnlk of a break In the circuit amounts to I nothing. Prcslueul Young states that thcro is no probabllityof any change. Neither Is trouble nnticlpated ln-twren the " Hlgfi " and " Lit tie 7." Apparently tho meeting will bo a harmonious one. I In tbo way of deals Cincinnati wants toex I ohango four of its players. Eddie Burko Is ono I of those slated for transfer. "Bug" Hollldny I another, and Hoy and Miller the other two. There la some possibility of tbo latter coming to Philadelphia. Ne.irl) nil tbo local team are men tioned n the transform, and It Is likclv that at loasthalf a dozen of them will be unloaded if ' nny ono can bo found to take them. Taylor. I Clements. Dowd. Oder, Nash, and Macfurl.ind I are the names must mentioned. There nro also several others who may go. It is said on pretty good authority thst the New York Club will pull through a deal with a Western club for athlrdbaxcmun und n cntcher. both of whom nro regarded ns Hrst-clnss men. i It is believed tint Hartman nnd (Sradv of St. I Louis are tbo players In question, nlthough President Frecdiunn would neither denj nor atllrm the report. Hartman Is a rattling good third biscman and a heavy bitter. Orady Is n lively general player, his strong point being un ability to play behind tbo bat. Illlllaras. The preliminaries of tho tourrnment for the new championship at billiards were settled ves ierdaynt tho B. II. C. warorooms, when It was decided finally that the entries would tie limited to live competitors and that the games would bo 500 points up. Frank C. Ives und Mnurico Daly wero the only pluvcrs present. Jacob bebacfer and George Sut'on. the Canadian ex pert, were represented by Mr. A. 1". Troeschcr of the Brunsnkk Compnny.as these twoplayers are at present practicing in Schnefer's academy In Chicago and couldn't get to Now York in time. Ives's volo sctllod the point thut tho game would bo 500 points up. Ho wants a long g line, und bo wits understood to b:ij that if it wero not 500 points a game ho would retire. Ueorgo Slossnn did not attend the nuctlng, It was decided that tho tournament would begin on Nor. 'J SI nt tho Madison Suuuro (titrdi n Concert Hull and that theru will bu four after noon games and six night games between Ives, Schacfer, Slosson. Dnl) , and Sutton. Tbo lntter is an expert who has hrrctoforo been classed with tho shortstops." but hn has been playing strongly and is willing to tako his cbunces with tho big stars. William Splnks had a chance to enter, but did not avail himself of It. Ho is also a Chicago shortstop who defeated McLaughlin In this city last year. At present Ives is tho favorite with tho bettlng fraternity because ho won In Chicago last car lu the triangular tourney by a grand avcrago of over 17 against Scbaefrr and Onrnicr In the same style of gamo at which tho players lire lo compete here. This Js tho 18 inch balkllue, ono shot In balk and ono shot nt anchor, which Is much more dldlcuk than the old 18 inch balkllno guiiio Willi two shots al lowed in balk. It has never been played In this city in public. 'I ho Ilruiihwltk-Collcn-dor Company havo offered a championship emblem and $1, '-T0 In utsh ns prlzu money, to whldi tho live players add SlOOcntranco feo each, tho whole to bo divided Into thrco purses nf 50, tiO, nnd 'JO per cent. In his practice games Ivos has gone ns liigu ns nn nvcrngeof 'JO. Hlosson has been nlaj Ing In fairly steady form, too, und has predicted that It will toko n grand average of twenty to win tho emblem from him. Scbncfcr isn't baying anything, butisqulolly sawing wood. Uerera nuns Well Over I'oor Track, Washi.-iqton', Nov. 8. Oeorgetown Univer sity held its fall gumes on Bntuidny under unfn vornblo circumstances. 'J'ho recent henvy rains loft the track In pour cuuditlou and fust tlmo was impossible Dosplto this fact Vt efcrs won tho 100-y.trd daBh In 10 seconds nnd tho 2U0 yards In 'Jt! 3 5 seconds, n round two turns, Maloney, a freshman, finished well up with him In each event. M. J. Walsh, 1001, defeated Oarrettof Princeton In tho braid jump, cover lug'JJfeetl Inch. Daiiiilinlller, ll'Ol. won both blcjclo (iviuitH I ruin Shaduiind -Moran. Ocorge .Lvous, llllll, had no tniuhlo lu winning both the half mile und quarter mile events. Sum mary; 10 1-Yard Dull -Won by 11 J Wefers, Mei t Ma. lon-y, 1001, sevondi Cody, Law, third, 'lime, 10 secoi.da 220-Yard Dash Won by 11 J. Wefers, llalonev second, Cody I bird. Time, 2J Ssecomls 440 Yard llun-Woit by Cl. V Lyons, 1W01, Dessey, Law, aeiuudi Hhuridan, 1D0O, third. Tlmo, SJ seo- OllU HSU-Vard Itun Won by O. V, Lyons, Dessey aecond, Time, 2 mluutss 1 1 seconds, one-JIIle Ituu Won by Nogle, '0t) Armitrong, University of Maryland, arcoud. Time, 4 nilnutos &7 2 5 aeioudi 220-Yard Hurdle Won by Maloney! HeAnerney, 't second! Horary. llut, third lime, 27 1 flat eouds. Our. Mile Ulcyt-le User Won l Uaunlmlller. 1UU1 Ph'i le. Law, second) Moran, Lun, third, rime. 2 mtn uti lid an seconds. 1 o-MtliUlry(lii Hate Won l) Pannlmlller. bhads sieond, Morau (bird. lime. 0 tuliiuoa u SI Sserouua Illuming llrnad Jumii Won hy Walih, lui), -2i feet I Inch, Garrett, Princeton, second, ill feet 11 luel e. Kunulng High Jump Won by heholl, Johns Ilnn k!n. ,'i feet 4 lneheai Cornelius. Baltimore City Col lege, aecond, 6 foil, 1'uIm Vault Won by Cornellua, A feet 3 Inches; Wulsb, secoud, U feet. , Throwing the Discus Won by flarrelt, 107 feet 7 Inches! Walsh, seoouJ, 07 hell Wefen, third, 7" feet o Inches. mfmfmtmtmtwtimSSmSf'' NEWS OF THE WIIEEUIEN. X. A, If. SlATAItorTAZOOAZ. OPTJO.Y 1SVLE FOB BVSDAX HACZXO. rrceldent Patter Xllsenoaes tueta m rla While In tho West-Timers In be Cetry Hun a Long utand (!unT In Dancer or Being niiqualined by b Ie Sfoles. President Potter of the U A. W. declares that during his recent Vcsten visit he discussed tho question of tho U A. V. sanctioning Sun day races, but did not commit himself as favor ing such a plan. Potter was quoted while In tho West as npprovlng of the adoption of a local option rulo on tho Sunday racing question, but since his return mantfosts n dlscreot sllonco on the subject. It Is belloved, however, that ho has In view somo plan to conciliate tho Interests of tho outlaw wheelmen, who hold races on Sunday, and the rnolng men who aro anxious to take part In such events. Tho reinstatement of Otto Zolglor, Jr., nnd F. C. Coulter of San Francisco to good standing In tho League, after theso riders had taken part in nil Sunday contests, held on the Paclflo coast, shows n disposition on tho part of the I A. W. oftlccrs to doal lightly with tho men Involved In lighting the Lcaguo on this question. The fool ing that tbo L. A. W. will adopt tho local option rule In relation to Sunday racing at Its next an nual meeting Is very strong. The open century run, hold under the auspices of tho Long lalsnd City Wheelmen on Sunday from that city to OakiHle and return, will likely be declared nn open road raco. Tbepromotlng club donated prizes to tho first flvo riders to flnlsh. provided no pacemakers, and arranged for no stops en route Several women took part In tho run, nnd as a result tho L. A. W. llaclng Board bus been naked to decide whether tho lampetltors are not llablo for disqualification. The League does not sanction racing for women. Will 1L Pitman, the resident member of tbo State Ilnclng Board, wns socn by a reporter of TllK Sux vesterdny. Ho said thnt tho mnttcr had been called to his attention and that he hud referred, the question to Chnlrman Mott for advice. Pitman declares that the provilons and arrangements of tho run ninde It practically an open road race. Prizes were aw rded to the first live who finished. In cluding two prizes for womon and a tandem prize. Tho returns of the scores declared the leaders to bo: Charles Mock, Triumph heel mon, llrstt I. Van Steenburg, New ork County WInAlnian onf-nrwl .1 M. Villi Klpnk. KtnnlrO Stato Wheelmen, third: I). H. Culahon Brook lyn, fourth; Miss Nellie Benson, Itiverside Wheelmen, tlfth. Tho members of the leading clubs who annn ally takowirt in the midnight raco from this elty toTalrytnwn on Jnn 1 nro anxioud that this annual ilxture should be run under the control of the Associated Clubs of Nevorkln the future. Hotel proprietors at Yonkorsand Tarrtown offer bottles of wino to the first wheelman renching their respective towns, starting from below 110th street at midnight on Dec. Ml. The ride Is nmdo under all wenthcr conditions, and It Is felt that, considering tho great inteiest manifested in tho ovent, it should bo conducted on somo well organlzod plan. The Hace Committee of tho Associated Clubs will be asked to take cuutrol of the start of thu raco this year. Ati.ants, Nov. 8. Zimmerman's great record of 10.1 first in a season hue been beaten by Earl W. Poabud), the Chicago amateur. He has to his credit 101 firsts, nnd is still in the hunt, bring entered at tho Jacksonville National Circuit meet on Wednesday and at Bellalreon Fridav ami Saturday. He should bring his totnl w Ins lor tho season to l'JO In his present form, nnd with the races which he has in sight. Llko Zimmerman, tho Chicago lad has gulncd his wins in guid couipiny. Ho has never avoided nn) of tho best men. Ills wins of Orsts. sec onds, nnd thirds In tho national chamulonshlps of the yeir numbered more In points than thoso of nny oilier amateur, and he has repeatedly beaten all of tho best men East and West. Pea body learned to rldo last j ear at the Chicago I'nlverslty. Ills winnings in the remarkable run of 103 firsts amounted to hardly S2.500 In value, while thoso of Zimmerman, including over u doen pi inos and horses and carriages, amounted to $10,000 nt tho very least. The London FitUl, In Its Issuoof Oct. 30, de scribes a break in thn control of cyelo racing among the wheelmen in Ireland as follows: The tortrot of racing aud coguate subjects In Ire land has for some ) cars been vested In the Irish Cy cllits' Association, in fact, ever alnee Irlahineu de cided to emancipate themselves from the domination or the National Cyclists' Union and manage their ow n agulrs torsomo time past the llilfatt branch haa lieen dlisatuned with the conduct of affairs by tho Hubllnexe-utlveand matters havo been brought to a crisis by a refusal on the part of thn liclrost biamh to ghe particulars with re l.ard to tho rlubs umMated. The executive thereupon auspended them, whUti his led to the Ul ster body fevering Its connection with tho I C A., and further deciding, at a meeting held last week, to establish su Imtepeudendent aisoolatlon under tho name of the lrth Cyclists' Union. This action met with the unanimous support of tho ineellng.com loiednf n-preaeutatlves of all the Ulster clubs. At present it Is Intended toconrtue the operations ot tbo uv union to the province of Ulster: but. If neoes iirj a national Instead of a local character will bo given to It. There was somo talk among the delegates of tho Associated Cycling Clubs ot New York at tho meotlng nt the Oriental Hotel last night in regard lo (onducling it cyclo show for the local ileuleis. The matter was laid over until tho next meeting. The Hace Committco will have chargeoltho mldulgut run to larrytown on Now Year's Eve. higbt teams have entered tbo howling tournament. A committee was appointed with a view of hnving nspltalt strips laid on (J roeuw icil street from Iteelor street to the Battery. ROUTES. II J. II To rldo around Long Island, following tlio north ahnre tn going and returning by tho south shore, tako the follow in,; route- Martlng from tho Laitern l'arknay follow to Mono atcnue, to Ulen more avenue, to Hroudwny, to Jamaica: tako tho main road to Hushing, aud go through Dougtaatou. Little Neck, Hoh1ii, and !-.yoftet to Cold bprtiig, ecu tluuo througn lluntlugtou, Ceutreport, .Sorthport. Comae, bmtthtown, htonv Ilrook, and Setauket to Port Jcffersou ride to Mount Slual, Mlller'a Plato, I'.oeky Point, Wading ltlver. and lljltmi: Hollow, be tween Port JirTt ron anil llock) Point the roads aro hilly, but flue riding uud stenery; between ltocky Poiut aud Baiting Hollow the roads are very poor aud considerable waiting 1 ntccssarv: from Halting Hol low go to Hlverhcad, Jametiport. Mattltuck.Kouthold, Orient, Oreeuport, bhetter lslaud. and Hog Neck : cro-s over to hag Harbor. UrldKehumidon. and bouthamji ton. then trans the r-htiim toek Hills, over which there la fine riding, and from the top of tho hills a nno view of Hilnmtock Hay ou the south and I'et'oulo Day nn the north la obtained; at tlio foot of the bills there Is a ahort walk through the sand to Canon Place; leaving the latter point rldo to tlood Uiouud. tjuogue. West Hamptou, bpeonk, l:ttiirt, Lust Moriches, Wet Morltles. 5outh Haven, llrook Haven, Heliport, andPatcbogue; follow the inalu road to Paj port avenue to Ilayport, tothe8a)vlllroail,toha)vllle, Oakilale, EouthMJe Club. Last Iillp, I ill I'. Hav shore, Ilabylou, Amity vllle, Maisapequa, Seaford. HlJgeaood, Uettiuore, Merrick, Fn eport, Mlllburn. Hot Icvlllo Centre, and 1'earsallsi continue on the Merrltk road to Valley Stream to Jamalta: from there rlJe to the starting point. In riding to Mnntauk Point go tn Orldgehamptnn, and then through Amagansett to Montauk aud Mon tuuk 1'olut. If the trip to Montauk Point is to Ik, made ou a different occasion than the one around Long Island, wool i miggest that you follow the south shoro lu golug Instead of the north shore. NOTES. The Yonkers Dlryole Club has elected the following officers: President, H W. Hempstead; Secretary, F. C. Hack; Treasurer. J. Edward Murphy: Captain, C. M. Wlug; Lieutenant, A. W. l'eene: Color Dearer, A. II. Wing. No opposition has developed against the regular tleket nominated by tho Drooklyn elood Itoadg Asso ciation. John R. Johnson, Arthur Oardlner and Angus Mo Leod Intend to devolo their attention to middle-distance raelugln the future. Tho Yonaers Hlcyrle Club will celebrate Its eight ecntb annlversar) with u banquet on .Nov. lu. Among the foreign riders who will visit this coun try soon are Htrpiiune, Ircui-hi Maurice, llelgiaui Taylor aud Lamberjack, French, aud Oougoett, B.vlu. J. 1. nutcheon, the Drooklyn rider, will make an attoinpt on Nov, 23 to c reato a new one-uille straight away record. The wheelmen or DuITalo Intend making applica tion ror the I.. A. W. null.mal mei t of lew. The annual fall road races or tbo Windsor Terrace Wheelmen or Brooklyn w 111 bo held on Thanksgiving Day. Columbia University expects to have a strong bit) ele team nex I reason. Uourllloc, the Fre.ich profenslnnal, la stated lo have won 1U. 000 In prists this season. He has defeated all the noted short-distant e eysu At tho requist of over 1, BOO wheelmen tho Brook lyn Aldermen yesttrJay directed that asphalt strips bi placed on bridge and llo) t smuts to tonnect with Hfluruierhorii street. The thrco moat prominent bicycle papers In tho Wi at, firurfnot, Citl(nu Llr. and Itrtrtf, all or Chi cago, have amalgamated. The new journal will be called the Cycle Agt. No More Uoilal Contests at Chicago. CniOAGO, Nov. 8. There will bo walling and gnashing of teeth among the sports when they read the latest police order. There aro to be no more boxing contests. Chief Klpley has said it, and It goes. Early last evening tho order went out to all commanding officers of polk e stations directing them lo stop all such contests, Since Major Harrison's oleetlon there havo been Sev ern so-called athletic clubs organized whoso ob ject has been simply I foster the sport. Scores of battles of moro or less importance will now havo to be called off. OJds and Euds orHporta. The Nassau Host Club hU Its annual election last nifclu and elutid the following ollleers: President, 1-relerlt'k Vllmar, Vloc-1'ritidiut, Charles L. Hum bami heeretary and Treasurer, J. M Davis, Captain, 11 V CliattT, Lteuteuaut, O. J btepliensi Truatcea, John 11 Abeei, O. l Thesa Thomaa t. Deeley, Edward A Mabcr, Jr. and I. N. Mackey Loso IlRASru, Nov H -Tho riturn ahoot between the Kensington (lun Club of this city and the Free hold Uun Club took placo before the F.lkwood Magaa Trap this afternoon The vtrtllng team was again sufietaful, defeating the Kenvlugtou team by 04 tar- Sata. Ihoiuateh waaal DOii targets. 'Xbe score waji reebold, 8l)3 Kensington, uu. JBOWZIXO. Charter " Increase In, Average Oat Aaother tletorr. Charley Starr pulled out another victory fer the Metro poll tans at the Otrmanta Atsembly Rooms allays last night. rouratrlkeainthelMt two frame prac tically decided the nrst game, starr, who leads tho American NaUonal tournament bowlers. lnoreatedhU average to 100 and a fraction the soorest FUST OAXE Mstropolltan Van Vleck. lr.iti Btarr. 1 KHrt lflnirishsr.ll5BtKuty.17n Total, RB B. Oolden Rod Eek. lbOtltilger, 118i Snyder, 14B W. Arnold, 01 Dormagen, lvm TotaL BM. sxcomi OMtr Oolden Ttod Eck. ICSi Iteiger, ltstit Bnyder, tTBl W Arnold, 141) Dormagen. ITH, Total, HUt. Ootliam Oatsrtag. 140 Dannofeer, 11 Ilsllea, 13 Hotter, 10SI Scbltchte, IDS, Total, 721. vmau oiMi. Metropolitan Van Vleck. inTt Starr. SOSl Ksllsr, 181i Flatter. VUUlLcuIr, tsi. Total, V3S. Qotham Ostertag, lO.Ti OannefeUer. 1401 nallas, 1TM Bettor, 141; SeMlchte, 1UT. Total, TS9. Th opening teiiea ot the Uncle Sam national tour nament was played last night. The scores: rtssT ami. Rivet-dale n. Ebllng. 1AH: Von Rehuekmann, 118 Ileep. 10 Dorsehel, lndiCramer. voa. Total, 837. Uncle Sam Welas, lBSiOross, lSSi Ahlgrlm, 101 Jantkey, 101; O. Fraenklo, 108. Total, UvB. txrosn OAMC. Uncle Sam Weiss, 145) flross, 1st: Ahlgrlm, 1801 Janakey, 18SKI. Frankle. 1117. Total, Tift. Auraula Von Olahu. UBj Kokhardt, 10ti 8tell,187 Kraeger, 148; Krug, 1 U. Total, 7S8. Tliino OAMC. ntverdale n. Ebltng, 171iVon Sehuckmann. 181 Ileep, 144; Dorsehel. ltllj Cramer. I HI. Total. 819. Auranla Von Otahn. 13 Fekkardt. 181; Stell, 111), Kraeger, 102; Krug, IIP. Total, 0JJ7. Five teams participated In thn Arcade tournament gamea at Frercks's alleys. In Bt. Mark's place, last night. The scores: ltosedal No. 1 C. Movers, 87 Bellmer. St); D. D. Freraks, 107; A. Stovers, Ug; 1'. Lchrbaeh, 0. Total, 4HS. llosedale No. S. Ketsler, inn; ilraloh, 78: Scott, 63;Vcnlno, 7H;Tadman, 83, Total. 401. Oriental No 3 Halt, til; I.ankenau. 08; Mitchell, 78: Vogel. 80: Olllham. US. Total. 417. Oriental No. 8 Forsj the, 78; l'rand, IB: Caemerer, 00; Cnnlon, 3; Schnetrtor, HI. Total. 347. ltosedale No. 3 Wuehrman, Art; Kroger, 103; n. Frercka, 31!; Oeat, 81; Melnken, 7. Total, 3U1. The New York and Hamilton Howling Club bowlers made their nrst ntipearanr-e In the Harlem Repub lican Club tournament last night, the first-named team winning two of the games. The scores: FIRST OAHX. New Tork Bowling Club Swarti, 171; Touasatnt, 17H; Mere, lilfl: hhaw, nil; Meyer, 170. Total, 868. Hamllton-IIebberd, lnu: Hall, ISO; King, lBxt Brantley, 213; Hunt, 13S. Total, S10. BECOSD DIME. new tors iiowung ciuo nwarix. ivu: inuu-aui, 1SS. More, IBM: Shaw, 1113: Meyer, 1B1. Total, 70S. Hamilton-liebbenl. 13b: Hall. 101; King, 140; Hramley, 174; Hunt, 180. Total, 81. TUIBD OAUE. New Tork Howling Club Swarti. 14S; Toussalnt, 1511, More. 1411; fchaw, 10U: Meyer, 1H1. Total, 800. Hamilton Hebbrrd. 133: Hall. 132, King, 168; Bramloy, 105; Hunt, 148. Total, 757. Three one sided gamea were i laved in tho New York Royal Arcanum Leaguo at tho Village Club allrya laat night. Tbo aco.-ea: VIRST OAXE. Standard Council Donovan, 115; Green, 134; Wtt son, l.lT.O'Hrleu. 157; Hyde. HID. Total, 6St). New York Council Uruulnger. 174: Crum, lOSs Kile-belt. ITU; McLean, 18.1; touug, 153. Total, 887 SEOOSO OiMI. Standard Council Donovan. IS 4; Oreen. 138; Wil son. l-iOiO'llrlen. 1B7 Hyde. lnu. Total, BUB. llerendam Council tiroes. I07i Ilooth. 1V0; Ayers, 15b, King, 132;fechelble, 170. Total, 7UJ. Titmn akuc. New ork Council (Irunlnger, 101: Crum, 135; Kltcbelt. inn: McLean. 133; Young. 182. Total. 812. Hefendam Council tiros. 155: Booth. 107; Ajers, 105; King, 121;bchtlL.e. 13J. Total, 081. Bedford Council's quintet passnd tho 900 mark In the Brooklyn Horal Arcauum tournament lost night, b sides scoring adouble vlttory. Thenoores. FIRST OAXE. Hedronl Oliver, tut): Barber. 103: Anderson, 155; ltarkwetl, 21fl; Miller. 177. Total. tiOH. Fort Ureene Adams. 177. Diebl. 140; Bergman, 14U;Uoger, 142, Ruff. 123. Totut, 731. hLtllND OSE. Fort Oreene Adams. 171; Dlehl. 121; Bergman, 111): Boger. 15": Hun, Ills, Total, 7.14 Oxford Phlillpsou, 131; Ujetrluk, 142; Relnnagle, 132; Breckenrldge, 10b; Thompson, 10U. Total, 082. TIlIIlO usuc. Oxrord Phllllpion, 134; Dietrich. 100; Relnnagle, 10U;Braden, 112: Hreckeurldge, 125. Total, SbO. Bedford Oliver. 148; Barber, 157: Anderson, 138; Mark ell, 12U, Miller. 17 J. Total, 745. Mldwood Council's team failed to keep Its engage ment last night lu tho Brooklyn Royal Arcanum sub tournameut, and forfeited to Brooklyn and Nassau. The scores: FIRST OSME. Brooklyn-Phillips. 115: Tabor. 157; Cook, 170; Walker, IU7:Keenan, 100. Total, 745. Mldw ood 1 orf elted. SECoxn aiUE. Nassau F. Pye. 124; Fox. 110; Hill, 113; L. rye lit: Pardeeaus. 141. Total, 001. Mldwood Forfeited. jninn oame. Brooklyn Walker, 100; Brow anl, 149; Cook, 148; Tabor. l.'U. Keenan, 145. Total. 7J2. Nassau K. Pye. 159; Fox. 149: Hill, 123; L. Pye, t34.PardU-.us, 133. Total. "OU. The Echoes forfeited games to tho West Harlem and Cable teams In Sectlnit 2 of the United Bowling Clut' tournament at Tbum & Kahtsdorr s Harlem alleys, one gam" was plaved. resulting as follows: V, est Harlcm-lCuehn, 147; Hegblc. MM, McDowell, 138; Kotper. 100. Kulb. lOti. Total. 7S2. Cable orlnim. 18b: Hoi bin. 147; Mies, ITU, Maler, 17U; Bprenger, lbtl. Total, 879. John Boemermann's total of 240 was the feature ot the Arlington national tuurnament games of Urook 1 lyn last night. The scores: riltST I11ME. Arlington No 1 J Boeniermann. Jr. 105, Arps, 817, H-mple, 177, Meyer, 104, JIaass, 1B2 Total, nor. .south Paw Martin, IBU; Medlcus, 143: Kendell, il, Jenkins, 177; Hlerstheuck, ITU. Total, sal. SI.C0M) OSME. South Paw Martin, 1-0; Medlcus, IBB: Bendell, 100, Jenkln. 1TB, literselienek, 2(19. Total, 881. I.utu M. l.enles. lllll, 1 Uerdts. 15T; bteln, 181; Rheui, 154, J. Uoemcrmanu, tut. Total, 855. TlllRII UAUL. Ixitus W. Cerdes, inn, y Denies. 144; Stein. 180; Rhom. 14'I.J Iloemermanii 8r,240. Total. 870. Arlington No 1 J. Boenierinanu. Jr. 17U; Arpa, 111'; lleniple, 153, Mejer, 184. Masaa, 207. TotaL UU4. The gamea lu .Schaffcr's Brooklyn tournament last night resulted aa ro.lows: FIRST OAHE. Police Oatette Petrle. 1 40: Thompson, 147Cronk belt, 153; Dalnes, 117; Ox. ITS Total, T08. Greenwood Webbtr, lu.l: Dede, 110;TleU, 113; Myer, 1T6; Oelrlch. 1 12. Total, 703. SICO.VD UAUE. Greenwood Webber, 12tl; Dede, 112; Tlots, 118; Myer.lilH; Oelrlch. 151. Tolal. 1130. Aurora P. Wlok, 184, Williams. 101; A. Wick, 144;Dedrlcb, IDU.Ebkr. 1U5. Total, 7'JU. TIIIRO OAUE. Aurora-P. Wick. 151; Wllllama. 197; A. Wlok, 1511; Dedrlcb. 122; Killer, 12H, Total, 758. Police Oatette Petrle, 16s: Thompson, l?0Cronk bolt, 130; Dalnes, 140, Ox, 108. Total, 778. High Individual scores marked the opening games ot tho Brooklyn Intirclub League last night, Bol linger of tha Knickerbocker Field Club leading with an average of 212a The scores; AT THE ACIIOIIA OHATA CLUB. F1UST OAKE. Aurora Grata Club-Parker. 181: Ltttls, 142; J.R. Beard, 217; Ooodcraou, 140; E. J. Beard, 148. Tolal, B2J. Lincoln Club Steinbugler. 144; Young. 207; Burch, 155; Roosen, 155; Olmsuad, 137. Total, 818, 6ECONU OAUE. Aurora O rata Club-Park. r. 202: Little. 178: J. R. Beard, 1011; Utxxlersou, 1U4.E. J. Beard, 100. TotaL B74. Lincoln Club Steinbugler, 1(18) Young, 20I;Dureh, 178;Rossen, 172;Olnistead, 157. Total, 877. AT TUB KXlCKI.ItllOCKKIt FIELD CLUB. FlllaT UAME. Knickerbocker Field Club Holmes, 17.1; Bollinger, 205; Booeock, 150, Nostrand, Ul McNeil, 143. Total. TOT, Hanover Club Lee, 159, Andrews. 208; Rose, 130; Kltchlug, 178; Urosch, 132, Total, 834. sicca OAUE. Knickerbocker Field Club Holmes, IBS; Bollinger, 920; Booeock, 137; .Noblraud, 12.1; McNeil, 13(1, Total, 814, Hanover Club Lee, 120, vndrens. 179, Rose, 143; Kltchlug, 103; Orosch, 17.'. Total, 778. AT THU CAltl ITTON CLUU. FIRST UAHF. CarletonOlub Stoner, 111; Ktebblns, 182; Bander son, 180; Van Hlclcn, KB; 1'rauktsh, 104. Total, 882, Union League Club Hanllng, 137; Edmnmtone, 188; Lounabery, 130, Alexander, 188; Halstead, 121; Total, 71)8. SECOVO OAME. Carleton Cluli stoner, I3B, Htebblna. I7B, Sander son, 17.1, VanHlclrn. IBHi Iraiiklth, 13J Total, 812. Union League Club Hardlug, 170, Kduionstoue, MAspFrl PLUG CUT J lOTIGHT. Ml LD 8t PURE W 1 J. B. hACB TOUXCCO CO., KCUMONP, VA - -V - -V-, . e-- - . .. . .. ..-'. --.? r r ..-asaTh afiaBBeBAillsUsB tBBtBKBBBBSxHlBr rflBKBBiTiBKHeaBHaW " S W 11 LbW bbbbbbbI l( m 'bI A consumptive patient, who made use of Ripans l jjh B Tabules, found his weight increased but was made anxious JJMl.M because expectoration ceased, and feared on that account mmMkX that harm would result, but on consulting a physician he H.S learned that Ripans Tabules do not affect the conditions (MLCr '-H of the lungs in any material degree, but if they do so at liflTwHW all they have more tendency to favor expectoration rather 4jflMSifl than to suppress it. Consequently there is no reason why Wmflvmm a consumptive should discontinue the use of Ripans Tab- fffl ules because expectoration has ceased. Furthermore, in r. B lung troubles an increase in weight is the best indication H of improvement, and as the Tabules regulate the diges- L H tion they increase nutrition and are doing the very service JM required to produce best results. j H A now style naeket contalotor Tin arrAirs itinui In a paper oarten twtthenl ElasaV la new ' f or saleat ; some 13 jfH eroJstiresLroTrrvioaiiTS ftulow-orteedsort U Intended torthopoorandThe "onlc. One down H us .ftK.nvo-e.nto.rtoaaMtmloa)OMbohadbym.tlbyMndlngforty-ell N JBJH OoTAT. Me. 10 gprueoBtroat. 8w Tork or a alngla carton (tm Ttncixi) wlU Ix wnl tor nvo cents. j ifilmM 104i Lounsbury, 147: Alexander, 1S2; Ualitead, 135, Total, 178. AT THE COLUMBIAN CLUB. rtasT oaue. Columbian Clnb-Burllen. 187; Howard. lBlt Kelley, Mfi.Langan. 13 1 .O'Connor. 13B. Total, 7fll. Irving Club (julnn, 148; Ferres, 129t I'altliou.HO; Edwards, 188;bpencer, 140. Total. 738. SEC0XD OAME. Colombian Club Burllen, 130; Howard, 180; Itet ley. 104; Lancan. 108; O'Connor. 182. Total, 844. Irving Club Qultin, 152t Ferrea. 1S5; 1'attUon, 171; Edwards, 13U; Bpencer, 100, Total, 7D3. The Brooklyn National tournament bowlers began sueoessfull) last night the annual competition for tho Bcharmaun trophy at Roos's Apollo Hall alleys. The scores: riasT OAME. CoDcordla Grelner. 170: Wlldner, 178; Johnson, 172; Loersch. 12.1: Noll, 143. Total, 792. Conllalla Kamlnsky, 134; Dombrowaky, 141; Btelnlnger, 177; Meyer, 113: Morris, 178. Total, 744, SLCOD OAME. Cordlall a Kamlnsky, 111); Dombrowaky, 190 ; Stein Ingor, 158; Mover. 1SH; Morris. 181. Total, 838, Monarch Kelly, 153; Walters. 173: Cadleu, 1771 Krommlnga, 14b, Maass. 189. Total, 840. THIU OAHE. Monarch-Kelly. 159; Walters. 183: Cadleu, 184; Krommlnga. 175; Maaa, 109. Total, 870. Concordia Grelner, 188; Wlldner, 144; Johnson, 108, Loersch, 177; Noll. 150. Total, 613. novrllar liaisH To-lcht. American National Lamstedter, Orchard, and Al bion. United Bowling Clubs, Section 5 Ilarmonte, Spar tan, and Reform. Uro Insurance League Home Flro Insurance Com pany vs. Westchester Insurance Company. Uncle Bam National Golden Rod. Jolly Brothers, and ltosedale. Arcade Auranta No 1. Auranla No. 2. lTector No. 1. Hector No. 2, Manhattan No. 1, and Manhattan No. 2. Brooklyn Royal Arcanum League, Section 2 Fra ternity Council, Bumsldo Council, and Gilbert Council. Twenty-sixth Ward Belmont, Annex, and Glen more, at John HaUera's alleya. Amateur Association New Jersey Bowling Club va. Bayonne Kowlng Association, at New Jersey Bowllug Club alleys. Fionnxa. Leon an Glynn Bos to a Draw at tbe Creea polnt Sporting lnb. Casper Leon of tbls city and Johnny Olynn of Wilmington, Del., boxed twenty rounds to a draw at the Qreenpolnt Sporting Club laat night. Leon gavo away at least eight pounds to Glynn. Despite this he did most of tho fighting-, tho Wilmington lad, who was much tho strong er, depending upon meeting him with hard body blows. The arena was crowdod, Glynn's friends being out In force. Joo Ward ot Brooklyn was referee. Max Kane ot this city and Jack Collier, the Bockavray life saver, figured In tbe first bout of ten rounds at ISO pounds. This was exDected to be a slugging affair, and the crowd was not disappointed. Kane, who Is built up like a Sandow, displayed little science and viBed straight body blows as bis mode of attack In the early part of the fight. The life saver let out plenty of swings, which cenerally went wide ot their mark. Tbe slugging was evenly divided, and tho referee' decision was a draw. Harry Kyle of tbls city, who took tho place of Mike Martin, and Tommy llutlor ot Brooklyn were tho principals In tbosooond "go" tor ten rounds at catchvv eights. Kyle did all the lead ing for tha first six rounds, Butler showing no disposition to return tho fighting until the seventh round. Then bo started in with a rush, landing heavily on tbe body. For a man out of condition Kyle put up a good light. Butler con tinued to force tho work In tbo eighth and ninth rounds, but despito being tired from cutting out tbo pace In tho previous rounds. Kylo fought back gamely. Butler was unable to do anything with Harry In tbo last round and tho decision was a draw. Then came the principal event, between Leon and Olynn. The boys were to weigh In at 115 pounds at 3 o'clock, and, although this was lived up to, Olynn wns much heavier when they entered the ring, Charley White and Leon's brother, Benny, were Casper's seconds, while Jaclc Daly or Wilmington acted as Glynn's prin cipal adviser. The first round was even. Olynn landed lightly on tho face, Casper get ting In on tbe body. The latter sent his right to the body In tbo soo ond round and then crossed Johnny on tho jaw. Casper received a little adiantago in the third and fourth rounds, and showed more cleverness than his opponent, but his blows lacked the force of Glynn's. In the sixth round, after nn exchange ot rights, Leon slipped and fell to the floor. After getting up he hammered Glynn on tbe jaw. Leon was doing tbe leading and landing of tener than Olynn, but w hen the latter did bit bis Mows counted. Casper swung his right around to tho jaw lu tbo eighth round, and forced Olynn to a corner, where be uppercut him on tbe stomach. In tbe ninth round Glynn's right was an im Fiortant factor, landing heavily on Casner's ace. Glynn was knocked down twice by Leon in tho tenth round. The latter opened the four teenth round with bis usual tactics, a straight lead. Glynn, however, met him with a counter. Then Casper put his left on the Jaw, but Johnny returned tbe compliment a minute later on the same spot. Leon was forcing his man nil over the ring, with Olynn slipping to his knees to avoid punishment. Olynn braced up considerably in the seven teenth round, and for tho first time during the nght forced the Issue. I--eoii was not to be out done however, and drove his right with good effect to tbe body. Both boys were strong when the last round began, both doing somo fast work. It wns a good light, and tbo bojs were warmly cheered vvben they returned to their corners nnd the referee declared It a draw. There was hardly a mark on either of the contestants. Patay Haley Defeated by Curler la Eaglaa. Nbwcabtle-on-Tvnk; Nov. 8. A twenty round fight betwocn Will Curley nnd Patsy Haley, the American, took place bere to-night, Curley received tho decision on points. Haley finished weak. Uoaalp or tbe Itlar. Mayor Strong haa refuaed togrant a permit to tho Waldorf A. O. (or lu ahow on Thursday night. Bsnny Leon would like to meet George scblmmer lck of Brooklyn at 125 pounds at any or the clubs hereabouts. 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