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(but various county laws); quail, part- Dec. 16, and in Rensselaer County, where ridge, wild turkey, Oct. 1-May 1; dove, protected until 1903), Sept. 16-Dec. 16; starling, field lark, Sept. 15-March 1. pheasants (ringnecked, Mongolian) proMISSOURI-Deer (under one year pro

tected until 1905; woodcock (except in tected at all times), Oct. 1-Jan. 1; quail, Clinton, Essex, Fulton, Hamilton and partridge, prairie chicken, pheasant, wild Warren counties, Aug. 16-Dec. 16; Oneida turkey, Nov. 1-Jan. 1; duck, Oct. 1-April County, Sept. 1-Nov. 16; Richmond 1; dove, lark, plover, woodcock, Aug. 1- County, July 4-Jan. 1, and Ulster County, Jan. 1.

Oct. 1-Dec. 16; protected in Rensselaer MONTANA-Deer, antelope, mountain County until 1903), Sept. 16-Dec. 16; goat, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; moose, elk, Sept. 15- | plover, surf bird, Wilson's or English Nov. 15; buffalo, mountain sheep, quail, snipe, bay snipe, curlew, rail, water chickChinese pheasant protected at all times; en, mud hen, gallinule, bittern, grebe or grouse, partridge, prairie chicken, sage shore bird, Sept. 1-May 1; web footed wild hen, Aug. 15-Dec. 15; duck, goose, brant, fowl, Sept. 1-April 30. swan, Sept. 1-May 1.

LONG NEBRASKA-Deer, elk, antelope, quail,

ISLAND—Deer shooting per

mitted only on first twu Wednesdays and wild turkey, Nov. 1-Jan. 1; grouse,

Fridays of November. pheasant, prairie chicken, duck,

Squirrel, hare, rab

goose, brant, Sept. 1-May 1.

bit, quail, grouse, woodcook, Nov. 1-Jan. NEVADA-Deer, elk, caribou, antelope,

1; pheasants (English, Mongolian, ring

necked) in Suffolk County only, Oct. 1mountain sheep and goat, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; quail, woodcock, grouse, pheasant, yellow

Feb. 1; plover, all snipe, July 1-Jan. 1; hammer, Sept. 15-March 15; sage cock,

meadow hen, mud hen, gallinule, grebe, Aug. 15-March 1; duck,

Aug brant,

16-Dec. 15; webfooted wild fowl, goose,

Oct. 1-May 1. swan, plover, snipe, all aquatic birds, Sept. 15-April 1.

NORTH CAROLINA-Deer, Oct. 1-Dec. NEW-HAMPSHIRE-Neer protected in

31; quail, partridge, wild turkey (quail in most of the State until Sept. 15, 1901;

Currituck County, Dec. 1-April 1), Nov. 1squirrel, raccoon, Sept. 15-Jan. 1; hare,

March 15; wild fowl (several county laws), rabbit, Sept. 15-April 1; quail, partridge, Nov. 11-March 10. ruffled grouse, woodcock, Sept. 15-Dec. 15; NORTH DAKOTA-Deer, Oct. 10-Dec. pheasant, black game, capercailzie, sharp- 10; elk, moose, caribou, buffalo, mountain tailed grouse, protected until Sept. 15, sheep, antelope, protected at all times; 1901; duck, plover, snipe, rail, sandpiper, quail, English or Chinese pheasants, swan, Aug. 1-Feb. 1.

protected until Aug. 21, 1905; grouse, praiNEW-JERSEY — Deer, ring necked rie chicken, woodcock, Aug 20-Oct. 1; pheasant, protected until March 24, 1902; crane, goose, brant, Aug. 20-May 1; duck, squirrel, hare, rabbit, quail, partridge, | Aug. 20-Jan. 1. ruffled grouse, pheasant, Nov. 1-Jan. 1; OHIO-Deer, English, Mongolian, ringdove, grass or upland plover, Aug. 1-Oct.necked pheasants, Nov. 10-Dec. 16; squir1; woodcock, July 1-Aug. 1, Oct. 1-Dec. 11; rel, rabbit, quail, ruffed grouse, prairie gray snipe (English or Wilson snipe), March chicken, plover, kilideer, woodcock, snipe, 1-May 1, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; duck, goose, rail, Nov. 10-Dec. 2; duck, coot or mud brant or other web footed wild fowl, Sept. hen, March 10-April 11, Nov. 10-Dec. 2. 1-May 2; reed, rail, marsh hen, Aug. 25- OKLAHOMA-Deer, antelope, grouse, Jan, 2.

protected at all times. Quail, Oct 15NEW-MEXICO—Deer, antelope, moun- Feb. 1; prairie chicken, wild turkey, Sept. tain sheep-all with horns, Oct. 1-Jan. 1.; 1-Jan. 1; Mongolian or other pheasants elk, protected until March 16, 1904; moun-protected until Jan. 1, 1904; dove, plover, tain goat, protected at all times; quail, Aug. 1-Jan. 1. patridge, grouse, pheasant, prairie chicken,

OREGON-Deer (except spotted fawn, wild turkey (except in counties named be

protected at all times), moose, mountain low), Oct. 1-Jan. 1. In counties of Col-sheep, July 15-Nov. 1; elk protected until fax, Guadaloupe, Rio Arriba, San Juan, 1910; wild turkey, English partridge, until San Miguel, Santa Fe, Taos and Union, Feb. 1904; Mongolian pheasant in number all game, Sept. 1-Dec. 1; pheasants

of counties until 1902. Quail, partridge, (Chinese or Mongolian), protected until

grouse, prairie chicken, pheasant, Oct. 1March 10, 1902.

Dec. 1; duck, swan, Sept. 1-March 15. NEW-YORK-(Special laws for Long East of Cascades-Quail, Mongolian Island)-Deer (except in counties of Dela- pheasant protected at all times; grouse, ware, Greene, Sullivan and Ulster, where Aug. 1-Nov. 1; prairie chicken, Sept. 1protected until 1902, and except fawns, pro-Nov. 15. tected at all times), Sept. 1-Nov. 16; elk, PENNSYLVANIA—Deer, elk, Nov. 1moose, caribou, antelope, protected at all Dec, 1; quail, partridge, grouse, prairie times; squirrels, Sept. 1-Dec. 16; hare, chicken, pheasant, wild turkey, squirrel, rabbit, only in counties of Albany, Co- Oct. 15-Dec. 16; hare, rabbits, Nov. 1lumbia, Erie, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Dec. 16; pheasants (Chinese, English, Livingston, Monroe, Orange, Orleans, Mongolian), protected until May 27, 1902; Schoharie, Steuben, Ulster and Wyoming, woodcock, July 15-Aug. 1, Oct. 15-Dec. Sept. 2-Dec. 16; in Richmond County, Nov. 16; upland or grass plover, July 15-Jan. 2-Dec. 31; in Oneica and Sullivan counties, 1; rail, reedbird, Sept. 1-Dec. 1; webSept. 18-Feb. 15; (unprotected in rest of footed wild fowl, Sept. 1-May 1. State except on Long Island); quail (except RHODE ISLAND-Deer protected until in counties of Genesee, Montgomery, Feb. 1, 1905; pheasants,

except ruffed Rensselaer and Richmond, where protected grouse, until Oct. 1, 1905; squirrel, rabuntil 1903), Nov. 1-Dec. 16; grouse (except bit, hare, Oct. 15-Jan. 1; quail, ruffed in Sullivan and Ulster counties, Oct. 1- grouse, woodcock, Oct. 15-Dec. 16; plover,

or

snipe, July 15-Dec. 16; duck, goose, brant, partridge, Nov. 1-Jan. 1; pheasant, Aug. 15-Jan. 1.

ruffed grouse, wild turkey, west of Blue SOUTH CAROLINA-Deer (except in Ridge (except Rockbridge County), Sept. some counties where shooting begins a 15-Feb. 1, in Rockbridge County and all month earlier), Sept. 1-Feb. 1; quail, counties east of Blue Ridge (except Flupartridge, pheasant, wild turkey, wood- vanna, Oct. 15-Feb. 15; Prince Edward, cock, Nov. 1-April 1; dove, Aug. 1-March Oct. 15-March 1), Oct. 15-Jan. 15; Eng1; Mongolian pheasants protected until lish, Mongolian pheasant protected at all Dec. 22. 1903.

times in most counties; woodcock (except SOUTH DAKOTA-Deer, elk, antelope, Alexandria and Fairfax counties, July 4buffalo, mountain sheep, Oct. '15-Jan. 1; Jan. 1), Nov. 1-April 1; marsh hen, Jan. quail, grouse, prairie chicken, woodcock, 1-June 20; willet, July 15-Jan. 1; water Sept. 1-Jan. 1; duck, goose, brant, crane, fowl (except summer duck), Sept. 1-May 1. Sept. 1-May 1; plover, curlew, Sept. 1- WASHINGTON-Deer (except spotted May 15,

fawn, protected at all times), Sept. 15TENNESSEE (most numerous

and

Dec. 15; moose, elk, caribou, antelope, complicated county laws on all game)--| mountain sheep and goats, Sept. 1-Nov. 1; deer, Aug. 1-Jan. 1; quail, partridge, all quail and imported pheasants protected Nov. 1-March 1; English, Mongolian, until Oct. 15, 1901; partridge, grouse, ringnecked other pheasant protected sage hen, native pheasant, ptarmigan, until March 9, 1902; wild turkey, Oct. prairie chicken, Aug. 15-Dec. 1; duck, 1-May 1; duck, Sept. 1-May 1; squirrel, goose, swan, plover, rail, crane, other Sept. 1-Feb. 1.

water fowl, Aug. 15-March 1. TEXAS—Deer, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; antelope, WEST VIRGINIA-Deer (except spotted pheasant (English, Mongolian), protected fawn,

protected at all times);

ruffed until Jure, 1902; quail, partridge, Oct. grouse, pheasant, prairie chicken, Oct. 15– 1-March 15; prairie chicken, pinnated Dec. 15; quail or Virginia partridge, Nov. grouse, Aug. 1-Feb. 1.

1-Dec. 20; wild urkey, Sept. 15-Jan. 15; UTAH-Deer, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; elk, buf- woodcock, July 15-Nov. 2; snipe, March falo, mountain sheep, antelope, English, 1-July 1; duck, goose, brant, Oct. 1Mongolian, Chinese pheasant, pinnated April 1. grouse, any introduced game animals or WISCONSIN-Deer (in red coat game birds protected at all times; quail, fawn in spotted coat, protected_at all Oct. 1-March 1; partridge, grouse, prairie times; all deer in Sheboygan and Fond du chicken, sage hen, pheasant, Aug. 15- Lac counties until April 10, 1902), Nov. Dec. 1; dove, July 1-Dec. 1; duck, goose, 1-Nov. 21; quail, pheasants (Chinese, Engswan, brant, snipe, March 1-April 1, Sept. lish, Mongolian) protected until Sept. 15-Dec. 15.

1, 1901; partridge, grouse, prairie chicken, VERMONT-Deer, with horns, Oct. 22- pheasant, plover, woodcock, Sept. 1-Dec. Nov. 1; deer without horns, moose, cari- 1; duck, brant, snipe, any aquatic fowl bou, protected at all times; quail, ruffed except goose, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; goose, Sept. grouse, partridge, plover, woodcock, 1-May 1. snipe, duck, goose, Sept. 1-Jan. 1; rab- WYOMING-Deer, elk, antelope, mounbit, hare, Sept. 1-May 1; pheasant, Eng- tain sheep and goat, Sept. 1-Dec. 1; lish partridge, Oct. 1-Nov. 20; introduced moose protected until Sept. 1, 1902; partpheasants by owners on enclosed lands, ridge, grouse, prairie chicken, pheasant, Oct. 10-Dec. 1; upland plover, Aug. 15– Aug. 15-Dec. 1; sage hen, July 15-Oct. Dec. 1.

15; plover, snipe, duck, goose, brant, curVIRGINIA (numerous county laws on lew, Sept. 1-May 1; swan protected at all all game)-Deer, Aug. 15-Jan. 1; quail, times.

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NATIONAL SPORTING ASSOCIATIONS. Amateur Athletic Union-James E. Sul- National Trotting Association-P. P. livan, secretary, No. 18 Park Place, New-| Johnston, president, Lexington, Ky. York City.

National Rowing Association-Fred FortAutomobile Club of America-A. R.

meyer, secretary, No. 100 William-st., Shattuck, No. 32 Nassau-st., New-York

New-York City.
City.
North America Yacht Racing Union-F.

National Baseball League_N. E. Young, B. Jones, secretary, No. 29 Broadway,

secretary and president, Washington, D. C. New-York City.

Eastern Baseball League-P. T. Powers, League of American Wheelmen-Abbott St. Paul Building, New-York City. Bassett, secretary, Boston, Mass.

American Baseball League-Ban. JohnNational Cycling Association-A. son, president-secretary, Chicago, Ill. Batchelder, chairman, No. 150 Nassau-st., North American Turner Bund-St. Louis, New-York City.

Mo. United States Golf Association-R. B.

American Turf Congress-E. C. Hopper, Kerr, secretary, No. 26 Broad-st., New

secretary, Cincinnati, Ohio. York City.

The Jockey Club-August Belmont, National Skating Association--S. J.

president, No. 23 Nassau-st., New-York Montgomery, secretary, 73 Beekman-st.,

City. New-York City.

National Croquet Intercollegiate Athletic Association-A.

Association-N. L. G. Mason, president, Haryard University,

Bishop, treasurer, Norwich, Conn. Cambridge, Mass.

National Lawn Tennis-W. D. Orcutt, National Polo Association-H. L. Her- Cambridge, Mass. bert, chairman, No. 15 Church-st., New- Y. M. C. A. Athletic League-Dr. Luth

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SPORTING RECORDS.

BATTING AND FIELDING RECORDS.

BASEBALL.
National League.

Name and club.

Brooklyn..
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Games

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Percentage

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McCarthy, Chicago.

123 .296 .947 Ritchey, Pittsburg.

123
.295

.947 Brooklyn 8|10|16|10/13 15|10182.603 Mertes, Chicago.

125 .294 .908 Pittsburg, 11 11 15 12 11 8 11 79.568 O'Brien, Pittsburg

94 .294 .940 Philadelphia 8 9 11 11 12 11 13 75.543 Cross, St. Louis-Brooklyn ( 133 .293

.941 Boston 4 5 9 -12 12 13 11 66.478 Stahl, Boston.

134 293.1.950 Chicago 101 81 9 814 9 9 12 65.464 Bradley, Chicago.

120 288 .992 St. Louis... 7 9 8 8 11- 8 14 65.464 Dineen, Boston..

36 .287 Cincinnati 4112 9 7 11 12 - 7621.446 Foster, New-York.

20 .286 New-York 1101 91 71 71 8 6 13 1601.435 Tenny, Boston..

111 .284 .953 Games lost... 154|60|63|7275751771781

Kitson, Brooklyn.

33 283

Beaumont, Pittsburg. 138 World's championship-Won by Brook-Clarke, Pittsburg..

.282 .949 103

.281 lyn.

.944 At Pittsburg, October 15, 16, 17, 18. McGuire, Brooklyn..

68 .280 Scores— Brooklyn, 5; Pittsburg, 2.

.909 Brook- Lowe, Boston.

127 279 lyn,

.960 4; Pittsburg, 2. Pittsburg, 10; Smith, Cincinnati-N. Y.. | 11 .278

.943 Brooklyn, 0. Brooklyn, 6; Pittsburg, 1. Wolverton, Philadelphia. 101 .277 .888 BATTING AND FIELDING RECORDS.

Farrell, Brooklyn.

73
.277

.911 Records of players who played in fifteen

McBride, Cincinnati.. 109 .277 .932 or more championship games, 1900 :

Ryan, Chicago..

106

.276 .918 Strang, Chicago.

25 .276 Powell, St. Louis..

37 .275 Quinn, Cincinnati-St. L.. 94.274 .954

29

Geier, Cincinnati.. Name and club.

.273 .922 Doyle, New-York....

130 .373 .968 Ganzel, Chicago.

78 .272 .983 Wallace, St. Louis.

129 .272 .940 Wagner, Pittsburg. 134 .380 .969 Irwin, Cincinnati..

85 .271

.938 Flick, Philadelphia.

138 .378 .918 Jennings, Brooklyn.. 112 .270 .984 Keeler, Brooklyn. 137 .366 .947 Crawford, Cincinnati.

96 .270 .953 Burkett, St. Louis.

142
.360 .940 Warner, New-York.

31 .269 .926 La Joie, Philadelphia. 102 .346 .959 Sullivan, Boston...

66 .267 .933 Selbach, New-York.

141 .345

.957
Williams, Pittsburg.

106 .266

.893 Beckley, Cincinnati. 138 .343 .979 Criger, St. Louis.

76 .266 .924 Tannehill, Pittsburg 32 .342

Piatt, Philadelphia.

19 .265 JicGraw, St. Louis. 98 .337 .917 Wood, Cincinnati.

34 .264 Hamilton, Boston.. 135 .332 .947 Barry, Boston..

66 .261 .861 Hartsell, Cincinnati. 18 .328 .954 Dahlen, Brooklyn..

134 .259 .942 Donlin, St. Louis.. 77 .327 .916 Gleason, New-York.

111 .257 .933 Davis, New-York. 113 .325 .942 Fraser, Philadelphia.

26 .257 Thomas, Philadelphia. 139

.325
.966 Long, Boston...

124 .256 .941 Donovan, St. Louis.

127 .324 .960
Bowerman, New-York. 73

.875 Clarke, Boston. 71 .320 .882 Robinson, St. Louis..

56 .255 .925 Van Haltren, New-York. 141 .319 .947 Peitz, Cincinnati....

84 .251 Delehanty, Philadelphia.. 130 .319

.982 Griffith, Chicago.

30 .250 Kelley, Brooklyn..

.318 .955 De Montreville, Brooklyn. 63 .250 .956 Schriver, Pittsburg..

23 .317 .918 Murphy, New-York.. 21 .250 .899 Barrett, Cincinnati.

138 .316 .936 Steinfeldt, Cincinnati.. 136 .247 .924 Daly, Brooklyn. 98 .313 .926 Childs, Chicago......

138

.243 .939 Hickman, New-York 125 .313 .836 Bernard, New-York..

19 .243 .926 Dunn, Brooklyn-Phila. 18 .309

Corcoran, Cincinnati.

.242 .927 Jones, Brooklyn.. 136 .309 .957 Ely, Pittsburg......

130 .242 .936 Mercer, New-York. 72 .308 .791 Donahue, Chicago..

65 .239 .894 McFarland, Philadelphia. 90 .307 .911 O'Connor, St. L.-Pittsb'g 48 .237 .887 Orth, Philadelphia.

35 .307
Dillard, St. Louis...

44 .237 .954 Douglass, Philadelphia. 45 .306

.832 Everett, Chicago....

23 .236 .976 Sheckard, Brooklyn.

75 .305
.932 Callahan, Chicago.

33

.236 Chance, Chicago. .304 .892 Doheny, New-York..

18 .236 Kennedy, Brooklyn.

36 .301

Donahue, Philadelphia. 26 235 McGann, St. Louis. 124 .302 .989 | Taylor, Chicago.

25 Heidrick, St. Louis. 83 .301 .968 Hawley, New-York..

39 225 Freeman, Boston.. 109 .300 .957 McCreery, Pittsburg.

33 223 .876 Collins, Boston. 142 .299 .924 Grady, New-York...

75

.884 Green, Chicago. 100 .299 .946 Chiles, Philadelphia.

28

.220 Slagle, Philadelphia.

141
.299 .923 McCormick, Chicago..

110

.215 .896 Duffy, Boston.. 50 .298 .949 Leach, Pittsburg..

45 .215 .859 Zimmer, Pittsburg.

80 .298 .932 Breitenstein, Cincinnati. 33 .210 Keister, St. Louis. 128 .298 .937 | Hughey, St. Louis...

15 .209

.256

.917

118

128

48

.222

188

THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1901.

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BATTING AND FIELDING RECORDS. EASTERN LEAGUE AVERAGES.

Official averages of the Eastern League show that Bronsfield, Worcester, led in

batting with .371; Brown, Syracuse, .337; Name and club.

Davis, Providence, .332; Dolan, Springfield, 329; Carr, Toronto, .326. Seventeen men had a batting average of .300 or

over. Nichols, Boston.

28 .207

Urquhart, Hartford, led the catchers Leever, Pittsburg.

27 .207

with .979; Kitridge, Worcester, Hahn, Cincinnati.

.974; 40 205

Dixon, Rochester, .924; Dexter, Chicago.

35 . 201 .908

First basemen-Dooley, Montreal, .985; Clingman, Chicago.

46 .201 .877 G. Stafford, Syracuse, .981; Cooley, Pittsburg. 65

O'Hagan, .200

Rochester, .981. Cross, Philadelphia.

130 .200

Second basemen-White, Syracuse, .959; Newton, Cincinnati..

30
.198

Connor, Providence, .954; Ward, Hartford, Dolan, Philadelphia.

70 .194 .924

.949. Sudhoff, St. Louis.

32 .190

Third basemen-Schaub, Toronto, .926; Kahoe, Cincinnati..

49 .186

Shindle, Hartford, .925; Bean, Rochester, McGinnity, Brooklyn.

41 .185

.917. Young, St. Louis..

39 .185

Shortstops-Gilbert, Springfield, Philippi, Pittsburg.... 32 .181

.911;

Clymer, Toronto, .907; Parent, Providence, Jones, St. Louis...

38 .178

.899. Carrick, New-York..

41 .167

Outfielders-White, 27

Syracuse, Phillips, Cincinnati. .167

.993;

Noblitt, Providence, .971; Lush, Rochester, Chesbro, Pittsburg.

29 .165

.969. Waddell, Pittsburg.

22
.160

Pitchers, fielding-Woods,
Bernhard, Philadelphia... 28 .158

Springfield,

1.000; Donovan, Hartford, .975; Alloway, Garvin, Chicago.

28 .155

Toronto, .974, Scott, Cincinnati..

39 .154 Willis, Boston....

26 .136
American League.

Per Lewis, Boston...

26 .125

Clubs.
Played. Won. Lost.

cent. Chicago

82 53 Kelley, Brooklyn, led first basemen; Milwaukee .........137 78 59 .569 Lowe, Boston, second basemen; Cross, Indianapolis

71 64 .526 Brooklyn, third basemen; Barry, Boston,

Detroit

71 69 .511 outfielders, and Warner, New-York, catch

Kansas City

.. 139

70 69 .504 ers. or the outfielders who played regu

Cleveland

. 137
64 73

.467 larly Wagner, Pittsburg, did best work.

Buffalo

60 79 .432 PENNANT WINNERS.

Minneapolis ......

.. 139

54

85
Per
Year.
Club.

Won. Lost. cent. Intercollegiate Championship. 1876— Chicago

52 14 .788 At Cambridge-Yale, 15; Harvard, 5. 1877—Boston

31 17

.648

At New-Haven-Harvard, 5; Yale, 0. At 1878- Boston

41 19 .707 New-York-Harvard, 6; Yale, 2. At New1879—Providence

55 23 .705 Haven-Princeton, 9; Yale, 3. At Prince1880-Chicago

67 17 .798 ton-Princeton, 5; Yale, 4. At Cam1881–Chicago 56 28 .667 bridge-Harvard, 4; Princeton,

0. At 1882-Chicago

55 29 .655

Princeton-Princeton, 9; Harvard, 2. Har1883- Boston

63 35

.643 vard Faculty refused to allow Princeton1884—Providence

84 28 .750

Harvard play off. 1885–Chicago

87 25 .770 1886–Chicago

90 34

.725 1887–Detroit 79 45

FOOTBALL.

.637 1888-New-York

84 47

Yale was easily the best in football in 1889-New-York

83 43

.659 1900. 1890-Brooklyn

86 43 .667 CAMBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 3. 1891-Boston

87 51 .630
Harvard (17). Position.

Penn (5) 1892Boston

..102
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Davidson 1893-Boston 86 44

Hodge 1894-Baltimore

89 39 .695 1895-Baltimore

Zimmerman 87 43 .669

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90 39 .698
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93 39

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McCloskey 1898-Boston 102 47

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86 52 .620 Kendall... Rochester

75 56

.573 Denins.. Hartford

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.573 Ellis..... Worcester 125 62 63

.496 Stillman. Springfield 124 61 63

.492 Touchdowns-Sawin (2), Lawrence, Toronto 130 63 67 .485 Hare.

Goals from touchdown-Hare. Montreal

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53 71 .427 Referee McClung, Lehigh. Umpire Syracuse

.127 43 84 .339 | Dashiel, Annapolis.

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NEW-HAVEN, NOVEMBER 24.

SCORES OF LEADING COLLEGE
Yale (28).
Position. Harvard (0).

TEAMS IN 1900.
Clark
HARVARD

PENNSYLVANIA.
Gould.
..L. E.... Campbell

24–Wesleyan

27-Lehigh
Bowditch
12-Williams

47-F. & M... 0 Eaton Bloomer......

0

58-Haverford
L. T....

12-Bowdoin
Graydon
18-Amherst

35-Dickinson
Lee
24-Columbia

12-Brown Brown (Captain)..L, G....

Burnett
41-Bates

17-Penn. State.... Olcott..

30_Columbia

0 Holt.

.......Sargent 29-West Point.... 0
17-Indians

41-Chicago
5

0 Sheldon.

Barnard
17-U. of Penn.... 5

5-Harvard

..17 11-Brown

12– Lafayette

6
Stillman.
.R. T..

Lawrence
0-Yale

16—Indians
Hallowell

28-Annapolis .. 6 Coy.

205

44
27-Cornell

0 Fincke..

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Daly (Captain)
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YALE.
Fincke

335

43 22—Trinity

0 COLUMBIA. Sharpe....

27-Amhurst
0 11-Rutgers

0 Chadwick.. .R. H. B.

.Kendall 30—Tufts

0 12-Wesleyan

0 50-Bates (Ellis .F. B....

0-Williams

0 Hale......

Stillman

17-Dartmouth 00-Harvard Touchdowns-Bloomer, Fincke, Chad- 30—Bowdoin

0 45—Stevens

0 wick, Coy. Goals from touchdown-Hale, 38—Wesleyan 0 0-U. of Penn....30 3; from field, Sharpe, 1. Referee-Mc- 12-Columbia

5 54 Yale

12 Clung, Lehigh. Umpire-Dashiel, An- 18-West Point..

06- Princeton

5 35-Indians

0 napolis.

17—Buffalo

0 29—Princeton 5 11-Annapolis 28--Harvard 017-Carlisle

6 PRINCETON, NOVEMBER 17. Yale (29). Position. Princeton (5). 336

77 Gould. ...L. E..... .Roper PRINCETON.

BROWN.
Pell (Captain) 40—Stevens

0
27-Colby

0 Bloomer..........L. T.

12—Lehigh

5

17—Holy Cross... 0 Brown (Captain)..L. G..

Wright

22-M. I. T.

0 11-Baltimore, M.S. O .Losey 5-Annapolis

0-U. of Penn....12

0 Butkiewitz.

11-Chicago

43-Syracuse Sheldon.. .R. G.

5-Lafayette

5-Princeton .....17 Stillman. .R. T

17—Brown

12–Nedham A. C.. 0 26-Tufts

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