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IA HARD FOUGHT CONTEST The Game Did Not Abound In Bril liant Formations and Plays, But Was Won by Good Old Fash ioned l oot Ball—Visitors Great at Wrangling. Eleven sturdy foot ball warriois from Eddystone came to town yesterday with the firm determination of downing the good old Warren eleven. All their good intentions were of no avail, as the florae boys showed them that they didn't know a tiling about foot ball and trimmed them to tneiune of 5 to 0. They did it, too, in a dignified foot ball way, without any fancy trimmings, and inipressed the large crowd of rooters present that they were dressed in armor for business.only. Tiie closeness of the contest was no disappointment to the Warren lads, for it was expected, and even prophesied, that the game would be a draw, and some people went so far as to say that Eddystone would beat tiie locals. Tiie fact that Warren won seemed to give a great deal of satisfaction to all who sided with tiie home warriors, and even Eddvstoue did not feel disgraced. To tackle such a great team as tiie Warren and make a neck-and-neck finish is certainly glory for any crowd of foot ball players. The system of play employed by the two teams presented a great contrast. Eddystone was very partial to close formations and bard, massive smashes. Now and then she introduced a few queer tricks, which would not work. There was no open play in their alpha bet. As u result t heir attempted ad vances were dropped in their tracks by the vicious tackling of Warren. Tiie home players simply dropped in front of tiiese mass plays ami rolled them up in heaps. Now and then Cush man or Cheetliam would made a bril liant dasli, but the gain was not steady enough to enable them to score. Warren, on the other hand, pushed up good, old-fashioned plays, full of snap and vim, and these did the business. There was no attempts at trick plays or odd and heavy formations. Her half backs dashed into the line and No a to at a side did tute 75 25 every man knew liis position and wliut to do to help him. It the runner got into trouble lie was either pushed or dragged (or a gain. Such kind of play may not be brilliant, but it scores. At that there was several plays which showed good head work, noticeably one made by Horace McDunnell, who bad caught a punt, and on being tackled by Cheetham he passed the bail to Prenii s, who ran it hack twenty yards before being downed. Tiie line bucking and end running of Smith and Prentiss was very fine. Pop Green played a hot game, having a great number of tackles to liis credit. Cheetham, Cashntan and Rich ardson did t he best work for Eddystone. The only thing to mar the fine playing was the continual wrangling of the vis itors, tiie tilings they kicked over, in most cases, being absurd. In this re spect tiie game was very different from last Saturday's contest. How the gains and losses were made is as follows: Hie game started bv Cashman kicking off> JlcDannell catching the ball and j running it back twenty-five yards before I being downed. Prentiss got" three yards around right end. Smith and Brinton J contributed four yards on centre plunges, j and Smith glined seven yards around left | end. Builev was tliroyn for loss of four j " nd " By," 10 " ! ", d h P "? , ' t r 8 ^ iled to gain it w as Eddystone'sball.Clieetham tlone gn one yard throng .the line Higgins K gained three yards through left tackle. i BS Coyle failed to gain and Warren got tiie ball on downs. Hayes went through tackle (or tourj yards. Prentiss failed and Smith took a ; ie trip around left end for eleven yards; llll,ie Prentiss gained ten yards around right end. Brinton got four yards and Bailey I eight yards through centre. MeDannell j tried left end but failed to gain. Prentiss 1 got two yards and Brinton three yards j on centre plays. Warren then worked | the turtle back and Prentiss gained I 'test seven yards. .... , I Bniley and Prentiss added six yards on tentre plays. MeDannell got two yards j through right tackle. Prentiss went 1 through same place (nr live yards; Pren-! Brow the Eddvttone's five yard line. Brinton; then went through eVmre for four and ] i,,|f ®,i , ,i.„ ,.,0 1 »• db ™ n P. ! was not 'allowed "Vitb a half' va"rd 1 standing between the locals and a touch I p down. Brinton was given the hall and 1 he went over for a touchdown. Premiss faj)ed #t goa| Cashman kicked off, avd Prentiss, who social f ot the ball, after a run of ten yards, om icked, and Richardson, who ca.ight the few ball, was downed in liis tracks by Green, ! Eddystone fumbled, and Porter* fell on the ball. Smith tried left end, without « ava *l Brinton then ploughed through , tackle for fifteen yards, and then j dealer, 8 ot three yards more through left tackle, j w " ; Lrter gained one-half yard through | P a centre. Prentiss tried drop kick, tliej ,;*?'»*'»* Hayes' anVis. Eddy-1 ^ ; 8t( J 5 e 8 Eisll on downs. little .. Hutton gamed two yards through the [ i line. Higgins got the same number. Hulton gained three yards throtigli | <,n centre. Richardson contributed three; yards around left end. Cluelow kicked, ( and MeDannell, who caught the punt, was tackled by Cheetham. Mac passed the ball to Prentiss, who rat. it back twenty yards. Time was here mg called. Score —Warren, 5 ; Eddy stone, 0 . up French B. day stood C .line Del. SECOND HALF. . aecoiid half by kick in £ ©"• Richardson got the ball but faffed to gain on account of Ttaynor's 8 h ar p tackle. Richardson gained two yards around left end. Cashman got yarda through center. Richardson gained one yard. Cashman made a beau tifnl run of twenty-seven yards around right end. Cheetham was thrown for a loss of four yards, and afterwards got seven yarda through center. tliert threw Cl.eclbarn fora loss of three VBrdl * > Cluelow then kicked and Pren tiss made a free catch. Prentiss gained (lari el( ten yards around right end. Warren, fumbled, but Garrett got the ball and kicked it. Cheetliam caught it but only gained two yards. Cashinau and Rich ardsou got seven yards on center plavs. Hutton failed to gain. Caslnnan went through tiie line for three and a half yards. Richardsoh failed to gain, and I Cluelow tried a place kick but the ball went in the crowd and Cheethaiu got il. The quarter-back kick was worked bv £ddystone,but it failed to gain.Cheetliam no gain. Eddystone fumbled and Jef-1 fries, who caught the ball, gained four ] yards before being downed. Prentiss gained fifteen vaids around right lend. ' Smith circled left end for a gain twenty three yards. Prentiss lost four I yards on the cris-cross. Smith got around left end for three yards. Edd.v- I stone was given the ball for holding in | the Warren line. Eddystone kicked, and Prentiss, who caught the bull, run it back twentv yards before being brought to earth. Time was here called with the score standing: Warren, 5 ; Eddystone, 0. EDDYSTONE. Valentine. Higgiuson_ Mutton. Lvkiint. Burton. Coyle. Richardson... Goeltz. Cheetham. Caslnnan.left halfback .full baek. „[ 1 - the no no for to of WARREN. •'ightend. right tackle right guard.... Hayes, Jeffries Green, Haven .left guard.Chambers . Bailey . Tjaynor . Garrett right half back.Smith Prentiss McDanneU. Touchdown—Brinton. Tlire—Two twentv five I minute halves. . Porter Briutoii centre ..left taekle. ...loft end. . quarter baek .. Cluelow Side Line Gossip. Victory. 1 It. is "Number Four." A hard-fought contest. The visitors were the heaviest. Tommy News didn't play. The visitors added to their weight by beefing. Continual kicking took all tiie interest out of tiie game. The officials were partly to blame for the wrangling. When yt it give a decision don't tell the players all about it. ■ Pop Green is now getting as manv tackles as the next one. MeDannell lias a good head and knows how to use it. The pass to Prentiss with a man holding hint speaks for itself. Garrett played bis best game of tiie season. lie got the ball buck quick and clean. He also figured as a tackier. Cas man is a hard player, and most every time lie took tlie ball tie made Ids gain. Prentiss is steadily improving in Ids kicking. This is a good thing to be up in. Bailey played a hard game and made big holes in the line for the runner. Smith is filling Mears' place to perfec tion. lie seldom fails to advance the ball. Captain Brinton is one of the best ground gainers on the team. He also tackles like u fiend. Chamber^ lost liis bead and came near having to quit. Don't forget to keep cool head. Unit Eddystone line was a bard argu ment to tackle, but the Warren b us found tiie boles. Cheetham was the visitors' hardest tackier, fie was also a ball advancer of some ability. The Warren put up a good defensive game, the line being almost impreg nable. Cluelow created a decidedlv favorab'e impression at fullback. He kicked well. Jeffries was in the game from start to finish. He made several tackles. The vis tors found Travnor's end a hard argument to tackle, side partner in Prentiss. Hayes took Green's place at center and did well. He will make a warm substi tute center. at j I J Citplain Burton played a bard game j and urged bis men on, but to no avail. | Porter played well and seemed to be in j everv play. That defeat on Saturday last must have tlone „ ie bovB g ,„ ldf for t j le yester K a decided improvement over the i BS v 1 . The new management is certainly will bnnging "warm baby" v.iibs here, and 1 ; ie Warren boys need not look for any | llll,ie cinches, for they will not get them. I t he .— j for I College Games. j Pennsylvania. 23 P 1 University of Chicago.jj j | d I 'test lunit. 0 twe I Harvard..; li a Indians. 5 j , 1 nnceton. 2d i not Brow .. 01 MISCELLANY. t ] , P1 , . . . '->on 1 Harry McMillan, of Philadelphia, P. w,Me,,t of the Amateur AthW I 1 V" h< », '* ndi, !« e J"r re-elect-: trol I p j" t vv „!l „ Tnnesp? A ' A " 1 1 1 ' Le ' 1 will The annual fall handicap games of 1 lie | wl University of Pennsylvania Athletic As-; of social inn, were held vesierday morning mail. om at -franklin field so as not to inter few with the hig football game in the afternoon. To Make '»» Bicycles past « n u lf . . ' , tory , L. BraUlord, the well-known cycle race, dealer, hach ,s contract for the . w " aHon uh t ycle Com-! P a »>! "j Pa. by Tina firm will maniifiK.ure Mi. Brad- the ^ little Bradford'track racer m® Bmd^f,/d ifcotS'tlaling himself ? l , piaaioiu is u ating niinselt 18 f <,n flu ^'h a reliable hnn to inanu* jear bn g ><» Is, and (lie Light Cycle for ( r!u*!"' 1 , v „ l i l 1 ve ,nvry 'V 11 '"" 1 ' < J el P roui1 of ' Br ? d ' ! 1 , ' h '1 P"| b "' tion "to** 11 1 J.,,,,,. . " h « >ls dl "" it mg me seaum ot tu. this Tho fJa , Uli ; nVlll h The Gallant lenin Goes Through. The Tenth U. S. Ohio Calvary made up of colored troops, passed through the tlieir French Street Station of the P., IV. & B. Railroad on n special tram late yester day afternoon. They conn,, from Phila delphia and were bound lor tiie South. They gave a series of ti lls as they whisked by. Ttiey were the boys who stood by Roosevelt's Hough Rulers at Santiago. C 1 . J .Ini Wainwriglu has secured i.n increase of | ensloii to *12 a month from .line . 30 , 181)7 for David W. Stuats, -f Bloekbird, Del., late Co. A. 1 st Kegt., Del. Cav. Vols. a He has a good in I and the dates date a up will Hod Warren, and j only ; Rich plavs. : went (ilPaillllgS G<ltllPml Fl'flDI Off I Ilf* half and I Gridiron •iml in tliu I'll < r i I is ball un,,,,ul1 * H,M 111 l,,e 1 u » ln ® il. bv Jef-1 four ] AillUiMiM lend. ' four I got I in | it the 0. fie World. THE ATHLETES „[ 1 Spicy Items Taken From the Latest Happenings in the Roped Arena and on the Field of Alh letics-Wilmiiiglon'M In terest Ins iiudgel. - SELF DEFENCE. Joe Laughlin, the clever little scrapper of this city, is in New Haven, Conn. While there he has had three fights and been successful in all of them. He says the people there are all stuck on Jack Daly. Laughlin will be home next month and will be ready to meet all comers. Charley Johnson wiH meet Jim Judge Scranum, on Wednesday, in the lat five I 8 benefit, "Jack" Downey and "Dal" Hawkins are reported to be tit for their twenty round bout before the G. X. Y. A. C., of Coney Island, on Monday. Eddie Connolly and Matty Matthews may he matched to meet in a twenty round bout- in a day or so. If true training will produce a good fight, Dave Sullivan and George Dixon should satisfy the biggest demands, for both are getting as fine as fine can be. Jack Bennett leaves Philadelphia on Monday for Toronto, where be is match ed to box Kerwin, of Chicago, on Satur day night. Jimmy Dougherty will ac company him. The Olympia Athletic Club, of Syra cuse, N. Y., has offered a purse for a twenty-round bout between Tommy Ryan, of that city, who recently whipped Jack Bonner, and Gas Ruhlin. Mysterious Billy Smith and Joe Wol cott, the colored boxer, were matched last night to meet in a twenty-five-round bout at tlie Lenox Athletic Club on De cember 2. by for us of to a Dan Murphy, of Waterbary, and Dick O'Brien, of Boston, are to meet in a twenty-round bout at Bridgeport, Conn., <>n Thursday, November II, to decide the middle-weight championship of the New England States. When "Kid" McPartland, of New York city, and Joe Gans, of Baltimore, face each other next Friday night at the Lenox Athletic Club in their scheduled twenty five-round bout, a light similar to tiie one seen at Maspelh between "Kid" Lavigne and Joe Walcott is expected. Oscar Gardner, the "Omaha Kid," knocked out Sammy Kelly in the feather weight championship contest at the Lenox A. C., after Inmteen rounds of fast fighting. James J. Corbett reached New York Friday from West Buden, lod. He scales the beam at lllli pounds, and expects to weigh about the same when he meets Sharkey. Corbett- will continue training at the Lenox 011 Monday with liis box ing partners. His out-door work wili be dune in Central Park. The Time W hee men, of Philadelphia, will pass through this city to-day on their 1 century run. | Eddie Bald says he will again be in I t he racing game next season. He states j for a positive fact that lie will go to Europe early in the season for ti e pur P 08e 01 luc >ng there, after which lie will continue a trip around the world. Experiment lias proved iliat an expert cyclist can, when speeding at the rate of twe l ve miles an hour, bring liis'wheel to a dead stop within the space of twenty yards, without the use of any brake , other than Ids fool. This is advanced, i not as an argument against brakes on 01 bicyc | eSi but as „ slni pte lm „ter of fact, t The chairman of 1 lie Outlaw Associa '->on has given warmi.g to 1 hose riders employed to pace lu'lor 111 ns record I breaking attempts ufder I trol that, should they te,ltlon s " spe " H '"" " 1 will snr -ad constPiimiim. | wl " s P r ' ft d tonsteiiintuin of pacemakers employed by the colored mail. Charles Miller, the champion six-day rider, has just arrived in New York lroiii Europe, where he has been racing the past season. Miller's most notable vic tory while away was a sevemy two-hour race, in which all the crack foreign . riders were pitted against bin. The champion cleared something like $ 2 ,(XX) by his trip. He will stmt trumii.g for the six-day race to be run id M dim.it U f rde ?' *** ^ .. V\ tth chain less wheels at - $<•■ t ? l , hera ttt he n v. . 18 f ac t or y business done in cvcks next jear There will be two questions open for decision, however:—First, the merit of the eliainless variety; and, second, provided that is proved "to the suiisfac tion of the general riding public, whether it is worth the differemtii, prtee. On this depends whether it will U- u.ti mately found necessary lo put the i wo styles on an equality ns n. prue, not withstanding the pri sent difference ii. tlieir cost of production. a Ti Slmtkey, Gu» i Ruhlin, La ;er Friend, Jai k Dowdell) matchmaker'of the Greater New York Athletic Club, and a host ot legal talent and pugilistic small fry sparred for pointers, legal and otherwise, in the City Court Friday af ternoon. Tiie affair started as a civil suit and came within an ace of ending in a free fight. The heavy-weight boxers I were suing the Greater New York Ath letic Club for certain money due them from a purse for which they battled at Coney Island on July 211 . The Court directed a verdict of $ 1,800 for Sharkey and $020 for Ruhlin, together with ac crued interest at the rate of five per cent. CYCLING. A. W. con mt tlieir in uin icdiately (follow. It is probable Unit this action 1 la- tanks Id I 1 lie wil AQUATH'S. "Bob" Cook, the Yale crew coach, is authority for tiie statement that, during the hard practice at New London, candi dates have, been known to drop 10 to 12 pounds a day. In nearly every ease recorded this happens when the candi date is a substitute whom, because of a me emergency, it is necessary to work up for Varsity use. The Yale oarsmen will I e weighed ij< xt year just before Hod just alter the race with Harvard.