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RUNNING. AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONS AND AMERICAN AND ENGLISH

RECORDS. 20-yard-E. B. Bloss, Boston A. A., 1,000 yards-L. E. Myers, M._A. C., Feb. 22, 1892, 2 4-5s.

New-York, Oct. 8, 1881, 2m 13s. English: 40-yard-E. B. Bloss, Boston A. A.,

L. E. Myers, M. A. C., Birmingham, Feb. 13, 1892, 4 3-5s.

July 19, 1884, 2m 14 1-5s. 70-yard-L. H. Cary, M. A. C., Nov.

1-mile-T. P. Conneff, Holy Cross Ly1, 1890, 7428.

ceum A. A., Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 26,

1893, 4m 17 4-5s. English: T. E. Bacon, 100-yard-J. Owen, jr., D. A. C., Wash

Salford Harriers, Edinburgh, July 21, ington, Oct. 11, 1890, 9 4-5s. Best Eng

1894, 4m 18 1-5s. American amateur ish performances-A. Wharton,

Dar.
C.,

champions-1890, A. B. George, M. A. C., Stamford Bridge, London,

4m 24 4-5s; 1891, T. P Conneff, M. A. C., July 3, 1886: L. H. Cary, M. A. C.,

4m 30 3-5s; 1892, G. W. Orton, Toronto North Durham, July 13, 1891; C. A. Bradley, Huddersfield Á. C., North

L. C., 4m 27 4-5s; 1893, G. W. Orton, ampton, July 1, 1893. These three are

Toronto L. C., 4m 32 4-58; 1894, G. W. the only performances generally accepted

Orton,, N. Y. A. C., 4m 24 2-5s. by English athletic authorities. New 2-mile-W. D. Day, N. J. A. C., NewZealand has two officially accepted York, May 17, 1890, 9m 32 2-5s; English: records of 9 4-5s, made by W. T. Mc W. G. George, London, April 26, 1884, Pherson, Auckland, Feb. 7,_1891, and J. 9m 17 2-5s. H. Hempton, Canterbury, Feb. 6, 1892. American amateur champions-1890, J.

2-mile Steeplechase-American amateur Owen, jr., D. A. C.,_94-5s; 1891, L. H.

champions: 1890, W. T. Young, M. A. Cary, M. A. C., 10 1-5s; 1892, H. Jewett,

C., 10m 50 2-5s; 1891, E. Hjertberg, N. J. D. A. C., 108; 1893, v. W. Stage, Cleve

A. C., 11m 34 3-5s; 1892, E. Hjertberg, land A. C., 10 1-58; T. I. Lee, N. Y.

N. J. A. C., 13m 10s; 1893, G. W. Orton, A. C., 10 1-5s.

U. of P., 12m 4s; G. W. Orton, N. Y.

A. C., 12m 38 4-5s. 150-yard-C. H. Sherrill, N. Y. A. C., Berkeley Oval, May 17, 1890; John Owen,

3-mile-W. D. Day, N. J. A. C., Berjr., D. A. C., twice, Detroit, Sept. 13,

gen Point, May 30, 1890, 14m 39s. Eng1890, 14 4-5s. English: C. G. Wood, Lon

lish: S. Thomas, London, June 3, 1893, don, July 21, 1887, 14 4-5s.

14m 24s.

4-mile-W. D. Day, N. J. A. C., Ber220-yard-L. H. Cary, Princeton Coll., Berkeley Oval, May 30, 1891, 21 4-5s.;

gen Point, Nov. 16, 1889, 20m 15 4-5s. !T. I. Lee, N. Y. A. C., Montreal, Sept.

English: C. E. Willers, London, June 10,

1893, 19m 33 4-5s. Irish: T. P. Conneff, 29, 1894, 21 4-5s, around a turn. Eng

M. A. C., Ireland, Aug. 6, 1887, 19m lish: Charles G. Wood, London, June 44 2-5s. 25, 1887, 21 4-5s; H. Jewett, D. A. C., Oct. 17, 1891, 22 1-5s, made around a

5-mile-E. C. Carter, N. Y. A. C., turn. Jewett is also credited with win

New-York, Sept. 17, 1887, 25m 23 3-5s. ning the Canadian Championship, Sept.

English: $. Thomas, Romford, Sept. 24,

American 1892, 24m 53 3-5s.

amateur 24, 1892, 21 3-5s, around a turn, but the electrical time was returned as 21.958.

champions-1890, T. P. Conneff, M. A. American amateur champions-1890, F.

C.. 25m 37 4-58; 1891, T. P. ConWesting, M. A. C., 2248; 1891, L. H.

neff, M. A. C., 27m 38 2-5s; 1892, W. D. Cary, M. A. C., 22 2-5s; 1892, H. Jewett,

Day, N. J. A. C., 25m 542-5s; 1893, D. A. C., 21 4-58, strong wind behind;

W. D. Day, N. J. A. C., 26m 8 2-5s; 1893, C.W. Stage, Cleveland A. C.

1894, C. H. Bean, Suffolk A. C., 26m 22 1-58; 1894, T. 1. Lee, N. Y. A. C.,

13 2-5s. 229.

6-mile-E. C. Carter, N. Y. A. C.,

New-York, Oct. 21, 1893, 31m 27 1-5s. Quarter-mile-L. E. Myers, M. A. C.,

English: s. Thomas, Herne Hill, Oct. Stenton, May 15, 1881, 48%S (circular

22, 1892, 30m 17 4-5s. track); quarter-mile, straightaway, W. Baker, B. A. C., Boston, July 1, 1886.

7-mile-E. C. Carter, N. Y. A. C., English: H. C. L. Tyndall, London,

New-York, Nov. 6, 1886, 36m 54s. EngJune 29, 1889, 48438. American amateur

lish: W. G. George, London, July 28, champions--1890, W. c. Dohm, N. Y. 1884, 35m 37s. A. c. 50s; 1893, E. W. Allen, N. Y. A. 10-mile-W. D. Day, N. J. A. C., West C., 50 2-58; 1894, T. F. Keane, B. A. A., Brighton, Oct. 26, 1889, 52m 38 2-5s. Eng51s.

lish: W. G. George, London, April 7, Half-mile-W. C. Dohm, N. Y. A. C.,

1884, 51m 20s. American amateur cham

pions: New-York, Sept. 19, 1891, 1m 5449. Eng

1890, T. P. Conneff, M. A. lish: F. J. K. Cross, Wadham Coll.,

C., 55m 32 3-5s; 1891, E. C. Carter, Oxford, March 9, 1888, 1m 54 2-5s. Ameri N. Y. A. C., .57m 24s; 1892, W. O'Keefe, can amateur champions-1890, H. L, X. A. A., 55m 59 4-5s; 1893, E. C. CarDadmun, M. A. C., 1m 59 1-5s: 1891, W.

ter, N. Y. A. C., 53m 40 1-5s; 1894, E. C. C. Dohm, N. Y. A. C., 2m. 41-5s; 1892, Carter, N. Y. A. c., 58m 8 1-58. T. B. Turner, M. A. C., 1m 68 3-5s; 12-mile-Sidney Thomas, M. A. C., New1893, T. B. Turner, Bank Clerks' A. A., York, Nov. 30, 1889, 1h 7m 50 2-5s. Eng2m 1 4-58; 1894, C. Kilpatrick, N. Y. lish: S. Thomas, Herne Hill, Oct. A. C., 1m 55 4-5s.

1891, 1h 2m 43s. *Prepared by E, C. Carter, official handicapper of the U. S. Amateur Athletic Union.

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WALKING. AMATEUR RECORDS AND AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONS. 1-mile-F. P. Murray, W. A. C., New 3-mile-F. P. Murray, W. A. C., New. York Oct. 25, 1883, 6m 29 3-5s. English: York, Nov. 6, 1883, 22m 91-55. English: H. Wyatt, Birchfield Harriers, Birming C. W. v. Clark, S. H. H., London, June ham, May 2, 1884, 6m 32 1-55. American 29, 1887, 21m 25 1-5s. American chamchampions-1890, c. L. Nicoll,

A. pions--1890, F. P. Murray, A. A. C., 6m 41,1-58; 1891, T. Sherman, M. A. 22m 38 4-58: 1891,

Nicoll, M. C., 6m 56 2-5s; 1892, T. Sherman, M. A. A. C., 23m 24 2-58; 1892, S. Liebgold, P. c., 6m 41 1-58; 1893, T. Sherman, N. Y. A. C. 22m 7 1-5s; 1893, s. Liebgold, P. A. C., 6m 44 1-58; 1894, S. Liebgold, A. C., 23m 44 3-5s; 1894, S. Liebgold, P. A. C., 6m 36s.

P. A. c., 24m.

M.

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JUMPING. AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPIONS AND AMERICAN AND ENGLISH

RECORDS. Running High Jump-M. F. Sweeney, A. C., St. Louis, 23 ft 64% in; 1892. E. X. A. A., Travers Island, Oct. 8, 1892, W. Goff, M._A. C., 22 ft 61% in; 1893, C. 6 ft 44 in. English: W. B. Page, M. E. Reber, P. A.C., St. Louis, 23 ft A. C., Stourbridge, July, 1888, 6 ft 34 in. 44 in; 1894, E. W. Goff, N. J. A. c., 22 Irish: J. M. Ryan, Nenagh, Aug. 3, ft 5 in. 1893, 6 ft 34. in. American champions: 1890, H. L. Hallock, M. A. C., 5 ft 10 in;

Pole Vault for Height-W. S. Roden1891, A. Nickerson, N. Y. A. C., 5 ft 84.

baugh, A. c. S. N., Phila., Sept. 17, in; 1892, 1893 and 1894, M. F. Sweeney,

1892, 11 ft 5% in English: R. D. Dick X. A, A.

inson, Kidderminster, July 11, 1891, 11

ft 9 in. American amateur champions: Standing High Jump-A. P. Schwaner,

1890, W. S. Rodenbaugh, A. C. S. N., 10 N. Y. A. C., Travers Island, June 11,

ft 6 in; 1891, T. Luce, D. A. C., 10 ft 1892, 5 ft 34 in English: H. Andrews.

6 in; 1892, T. Luce, D. A. C., 11 ft; Dalkeith, 1875, 4 ft 10 in. American

1893, C. T. Bucholz, B. C. A. A., 10 ft champion: 1893, A. P. Schwaner, N. Y.

6 in; 1894, C. T. Bucholz, 11 ft. A. C., 4 ft 11% in. Running Long Jump-English: C. B.

Pole Vault for Distance-A. H. Green, Fry, 0. U. A. C., London, March 4, 1893,

Chicago A. A., Chicago, Sept. 16, 1893

27 ft 5 in. 23 ft 64 in. Irish: P. Davin, Dublin,

American champion, 1893, A. Sept. 13, 1883, 23 ft 2 in. American

H. Green, C. A. A., 27 ft 5 in. champions: 1890. A. F. Copeland, M. Bar Vaulting-A. H. Brundage, NashA, C., 23 ft 345 in; 1891, C. E. Reber, P. ville, Tenn., May 28, 1888, 7 ft 7 in.

HURDLE RACING.

AMATEUR RECORDS. 120 yards, over 3 ft. 6 in. hurdles 220 yards, over 2 ft. 6 in. hurdlesS. Chase, N. Y. A. C., Traver's Island, J. P. Lee, N. Y. A. C.. Cambridge, Sept. 15, 1894, 15 3-5s. American ama Mass., May 22, 1891, 24 2-5s. American teur champions: 1890, F. T. Ducharme, amateur champions: 1830, F. T. DuD.

C., 16s; 1891, A. F. Cope charme, D. A. C., 25 4-5s; 1891, H. H. land, M. A.

16s; 1892, F. C. Morrell, N. Y. A. C., 25 1-58; 1892, F. C. Puffer, M. A. C., 15 2-5s (strong wind Puffer, M. A. C., 25 4-58; 1893, F. C. behind): 1893, F. C. Puffer, N. J. A. C., Puffer, N. J. A. C., 25 2-5s; 1894, F. C. 16 1-5s.

Puffer, N. J. A. C., 25 3-58.

C.,

WEIGHT THROWING. Putting 16-1b shot-G. R. Gray, N. 1890. C. A. J. Queckberner, M. A. C.. Y. A. C., Chicago, Sept. 16, 1893, 47 ft. 32 ft 10 in; 1891, J. S. Mitchell, N. Y. English: D. Horgan, Dublin, Aug. 15, A. C., has won every year from 1891-4. 1894, 46 ft 542 in. Irish: J. O'Brien, July Throwing 16-Ib hammer (7-foot circle) 11, 1885, 44 ft 104 in. American cham

J. S. Mitchell, N. Y. A. C., Travers pions: G. R. Gray, N. Y. A. C., has won Island, Oct. 8, 1892, 145 ft in. Eng. every year since 1886.

lish: T. F. Kiely, Kilmallock, Nov. 1, Throwing 56-Ib weight. S. Mitchell, 1893, 138 ft 11 in. American amateur N. Y. A. C., Travers Island, Sept. 22, champions: 1890, J. S. Mitchell, N. J. 1894, 35 ft 10 in. English: M. Davin, July A, C., has won this event every year 21, 1877, 30 ft 2 in. American champions: from 1890-4.

*Prepared by E. C. Carter, official handicapper of the U. S. Amateur Athletic Union.

BASEBALL. The baseball season of 1894 was most champion of champions" by defeating successful. Baltimore won the champion Baltimore for the Temple trophy. Provi ship of the National League, with New dence won the Eastern League champion York a close second. At the close of the ship; Sioux City the Western League season New-York earned the title of

trophy, and Yale the Intercollegiate honors SEASON RECORD, 1894.

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Duffy, Boston.

10 49 Lowe, Boston.. 133 158210.341 9 2: Turner, Phila. 771 94 147

McGraw, Baltimore.. (123 155 175.340 14 77 Thompson, Phila. 102 115 185).403) 8 29 Dailey, Brooklyn.... 123 135 167.338 453 Delehanty, Phila. 114/149/199.4001 5 29 Inks, Balt. & L'ville. 24 12 27.337 1 1 Hamilton, Phila. 131 196223.398) 7 99

Sullivan, Wash & Phil 93 72 126.337 715 Anson, Chicago. 831 87 137.394/ 717 Connoughton, Boston 38 38 56.337) il : Kelley, Baltimore. 129 167 199.3911945 Bannon, Boston..... (127 130 167.336) 6 42 Cross, Phila..

120 128 211.388 1628 Stivetts, Boston..... 57 56 82.336 3 4 Tenny, Boston.

24/ 21 31.387 2 7 Tredway, Brooklyn. . 122 124 161.336 1226 Holliday, Cincinnati 122 125 199.383 4 39 Sugden, Pittsburg.. 391 24 471.333) 6 3 | Brodie, Baltimore... 129 132 212.369 24 50

VanHaltren, N.-York 139 110 177.333 1344 Doyle, New York, 105 94 157.369 4 48 Jennings, Baltimore. 128 136168.332 18 3€ | Keeler, Baltimore. 128/164218.36716 30

Taylor, Phila.

34 21 48.331 0 3 Griffin, Brooklyn. 106 123 148.365 5148 Wilmot, Chicago.

135/137 201.331 147€ Childs, Cleveland. 117 1441741.365 420

O'Connor, Cleveland. 80 67 105.330 4 13 Grady, Phila... 50 45 68.363 2 3

La Chance, Brooklyn 65 47 85.329 3 2! Dahlen, Chicago. 121150/184/.362 10 49

Wilson, New-York... 45 37 59.329) 2 g Ryan, Chicago.. 108/133 173.359 8/12

Parrott, Cincinnati.. 591 501 75 .329 1 5 Burns, Brooklyn. 126 107)184 .358 9 29

Tucker, Boston...

122 112 1651.328 2 19 Burkett, Cleveland.. 124 134 185 .357 10 32 Hallman, Phila.. 119 111 1701.3272227 McKean, Cleveland. 130/115/199.354 1132

Hassamer, Wash. 116/106 161.326 10 15 Smith, Pittsburg.... 125 129 175.35210137

Lange, Chicago. 112 87 145.3241 4171 Stenzel, Pittsburg.. 131 148 184.351; 5/60

Long, Boston..... 103(136 154.324 8 24 Earle, B'lyn & L'ville 33 23 40.350 4 5

Terry, Chicago. 25) 19 31.323 0 3 Stratton, Chi.& L'vill 33 39 47.350 0 3

Hutchison, Chicago.. 34 281 43.323 2 1 McCarthy, Boston... 126/118/187.349 9 40 McPhee, Cincinnati. . 128 113 154 .320 631 Nicol, Louisville.. 28 12 39.348 11 2

Shoch, Brooklyn. 63 46 761.320) 818 Robinson, Baltimore. 106 71 146.348 11 13

Abbey, Wash.

129 95 166.318 13 30 Davis, New-York. 124 124/1701.345 937

Kittridge, Chicago...) 50 36 53.317 53 Brouthers, Baltimore 123 137|181.344 18 40 Twineham, St. Louis 31 221 401.314 11 Joyce, Washington.. 98/103 124.344) 5 23 Connor, N.Y. & St. L 121 93 145.313 618 Beckley, Pittsburg. . 132 122 184.344 22 20 Latham, Cincinnati..)130 132 167).313 11j6 Clements, Phila. 471 26 59.343 3 4 Hoy, Cincinnati..... (128(118/158/.312/1130 Mullane, Balt & Cley 18 3 23.343) 1 2 Hartman, Pittsburg. 49 41 58.311 811 Gleason, Balt.& St.LI 31 24 38.342 41 Lyons, Pittsburg.. 72 511 79.311/11/17 Miller St. Louis....125 93 164.341) 820 Foutz, Brooklyn.. 73 41) 92.310 81€

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Dreher, Chicago. 891 76 121.3101

Smith, Cincinnati... 128 73131.266 3 12 Vaughn, Cincinnati, . 67 481 85 .309 2 6

G. Tebeau, W. & C. 105 77106.266 11 34 Selback, Washington. 96 70 115 .309 3 23

Twitchell, Louisville. 51 291 561.2851 91 9 Stockdale, Wash..... 19 91 23.306 1 2

Comiskey, Cincinnati 59 26 61.265 41 9 Donovan, Pittsburg.. (133 146(176.306/2631

Hogan, St. Louis... 29 11 271.262 31 7 Reitz, Baltimore..... 109 86 138/.306 718

Ward, New-York. 136 99 145.262 30/41 Ely, St. Louis..... 127] 85 155.305 13 23

Stein, St. Louis. 41) 31 37.260 4 3 0. Tebeau, Cleveland 119 76/153.305/ 9 27

Mack, Pittsburg...

63 32 59 149 McGuire, Wash...... 102 67)130).304 4 11 Killen, Pittsburg. 24 14 21.256 1 1 Chamberlain, Cincin. 20 10 21.304 31 1 Hemming, Louis. & Bal 38 23 39.2561 of 2 Ward, Washington.. 89 85 104.303 5 36 Richardson, Louis. 116 50 109.255 4 11 Gumbert, Pittsburg..3318 34 .3031 1 1

Ewing, Cleveland.. 53 32' 54.235) 2/19 Corcoran, Brooklyn.. 129 124 173.302 10 33 Allen, Philadelphia.. 40 27 39.253 3 5 Irwin, Chicago. 130 85 152.302 4 34 Cuppy, Cleveland. 41 28/ 34.233 1 4 Bierbauer, Pittsburg. 131 88 159 .301 20 20 Buckley, St.L. & Phil. 67 24 64.251 18 0 Anderson, Brooklyn. 16 13 19.301 1 7

Brown, Louisville.. 130 123 136.251 14 74 Bonner, Baltimore.. 27 26 34 .301/ 2 11 Weaver, Louis.& Pitts 90 35 891.250 12 9 Hawke, Baltimore... 25 12 28 .301 5 2 Frank, St. Louis.. SO 531 89.246|12/12 German, New-York.. 19 8 18.300 21 4 Parrott, Chicago.. 126 83 130.244 9134 Merritt, Bost. & Cin./ 66 38 73.300 1.5 Griffith, Chicago. 41 29 34.244) 0 6 Shindle, Brooklyn.... [117] 96 143.300 17 18 Wadsworth, Louis. 23 9 18.243 1 0 Kennedy, Brooklyn.. 42 22 48.3001 6 5 Esper, Wash, & Balt 25) 16 23.239 0 Burke, New-York.. 138124 1721.299 10 47 Staley, Boston... 25/ 12 211.238! 2 Cooley, St. Louis. 52 35 62.299 6 8 Whitrock, Cincinnati. 18 S 15

0 Kinslow, Brooklyn. . 61 38 66.298 2 6 Gilbert, B'klyn & Lo. 34 141 31 McAleer, Cleveland.. 64 36 75.298 5 17 Maul, Washington... 35 231 281.233 Pfeffer, Louisville... 104 66 125 .29715 33 Radford, Washington 93 61 77 628 Flaherty, Louisville. 38 15 44.295 1 2 Breitenstein, St. L. 53 27 41

91 3 Mercer, Washington. 43 29 481.294 1/10 McGill, Chicago.... 23 11 19

1 1 Nash, Boston.. 132 132 150.294 319 Sullivan, Wash.& cl. 26 10 231.28

0 0 Canavan, Cincinnati. 100 81 106.293 5 15 Daub, Brooklyn.. 28 13 221.2261 4 1 Lake, Louisville..... 16 8 12.292 0 2 Dugdale, Washington 33 15 28.217 01 Cartwright, Wash... (132 86 149.292 335 | Colcolough, Pitts. 191 101 151.2141 1 Boyle, Phila.

116 103 150.291 18 22 Young, Cleveland.. 481 24 401.213 0 4 Grimm, Louisville... 107 65 120.290 8 14 Motz, Cincinnati. 18 81 141,2041 0 1 Smith, Louisville.... 39 27 39.288 1 13 Clarkson, Cleveland. 16 7 11.204 4 0 Blake, Cleveland.... 73 51 86/.286 101 1 Menefee, Lo. & Pitts 37 12 25.200 10 4 McMahon, Baltimore 34 171 371.286 81 Lutenberg, Louisville 70 44 49.192 3 10 Shugart, Pittsburg.. 133 103 152.285|13|23 Clarkson, St. Louis..) 26 11 16.188 0 1 Knell, Louisville.. 31 10 34.285 1 2 Ehret, Pittsburg... 41 6 23/.172 10 0 Zimmer, Cleveland.. 88 55 97.285) 215 Weyhing, Phila. 33 9 20).168 7 1 Fuller, New-York.. 95 82 107).282 0134 Westervelt, N. York. 18 9 9.152 21 1 Glasscock, Pittsburg. / 861 47| 94.282 1320

Some pretty fast fielding was done in Nichol, Boston. 45 40 481.282 2 1

1894. For the catchers, Zimmer, of CleveTiernan, New-York.. 112 87 121.282 626

land, led with a percentage of 931. Farrell, New-York.. (112 50(114.282 3 10 Meekin, New-York.. 48 26 49.281 1 4

Clements, who stood third the year be

fore, was second with .924, and Kittridge Ganzel, Boston... 65 621 74.2781 4 1

third. Farrell led for New York, and Carsey, Philadelphia. 32 31 35.277 1 3

"Con" Dailey for Brooklyn. Motx, CinRusie, New-York.. 49 20 51.275) 21 4 Shiebeck, Pittsburg.

cinnati, led the first basemen with an

75 691 81).275 11/19 Clark, Louisville..

average of .995, but as he only played in 76 55 87.275) 124 Pietz, St. Louis.

eighteen games, the palm really belongs 100 62 100.274 7|17 Quinn, St. Louis..

to Anson, who played in 83 games, and 106) 58 1131.274 13 26

had an average of .988. Doyle was 17. Denny, Louisville. 601 26 611.2741 6/10 Hawley, St. Louis..

Reitz, Baltimore, headed the second base48 16 441.273 51 1 Reilly, Philadelphia.

men with an average of 966; Quinn was 36 21 37.272 11 6

second, and McPhee third. Ward was 10. O'Rourke, L'ville&S.L 80 60 86.272 6/11

Nash, Boston, led the third basemen with McGarr, Cleveland... 127 94 142.272 534

.932; McGarr was second, Cross third and Murphy, New-York.. 731 65 77.271 2 6

Davis fourth, Glasscock, Pittsburg, led Ryan, Boston... 49 391 551.271 11 4 Virtue, Cleveland.

the short stops with .934; Jennings was 23) 151 231.270 2 1 Clarke, Baltimore.

second, and Richardson third. Fuller 271 181 271.270 31 1 Dwyer, Cincinnati.

was 16. Griffin, Brooklyn, led the out49 32 46).269) 01 O Schriever, Chicago.

fielders with .963; Hamilton was second 94 56 96/.269 51 9 Daly, Brooklyn.. 65| 39| 62.269 61 4

and Thompson third. Murphy, Cincinnati..

Baltimore and New-York played for the 76 42 71.268 6 5 Dowd. St. Louis... 1231 92 141.267 9/34

Temple Cup after the regular champlonMcCarthy, Cincinnati| 4029 45.267| 4 3

ship season ended, and New-York defeated the champions in four straight games.

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This was the first time the Temple Cup was played for, it having been presented in the spring to the League by W. C. Temple, ex-president of Pittsburg club.

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Fielding av'ges.

New-
York,

Kelly 15 2 71 0 71] 01.267 1.000

Bonner 5 0 0 0 1 of 01.000 1.000 Burke 181 31 71 91 4 51 0 0.381/1.000 Brouthers(151 2

21 301 41 0.200 1.000 Tiernan..) 18 5 5 6 1 4 1.278 .833

McGraw 16) 2 41 1 9 12 2.250) .913 Davis 171 51 5/101 1 2012 2.294 .875 Brodie ... 141 21 0 0 0 16 2 1/.0001 .947 Doyle 17 5 8 10 5 39 6 5.469.900 Reitz 15 11 51 51 01 17 7 1.333 .960 Ward 16 1 6 6 10 11 12 2.375 .920 Keeler 12 11 31 31 0 5 11 0.250 1.000 V. Hal'n 14 3 7 9 0 10 1 0 .500 1.000 Jennings J14 0

0 12 11 1.1441 .958 Fuller 141 31 41 41 21 11|15| 4.285/ .867 Robinson. (151 01 41 41 01 151 91 21.2671 .923 Farrell 15 5 6 6 2 20 4 1.400 .960 Hemmings 31 of 0 0 of 0 1.000.000 Rusie 61 11 31 41 0 5 4 0 .500 1.000

Gleason .. 5 1 1 3 0 2 1) 1.200) .750 Meekim .

9] 2 5 5 01 3 1) 1.556) .800 Esper ... | 2 o o o ol 1 21 01.000 1.000 Totals. (144|33|56|69|16|110|56|16)..... Totals. . 129|11|26|31| 3|115|50| 91.2021 948

The standing of the Eastern League clubs at the close of the season of 1894 was as follows: Rank. !

Clubs.

I Won.Lost. Play'd | Pr.ct. 1. Providence

73 37 110 .663 2. Syracuse

63 53 116 .543 3. Erie

55 50 105 .523 4. Springfield

57

111 .513 5. Buffalo

62 126 .509 6. Wilkesbarre

53

108

.490 7. Scranton

51 59

110

.463 |Allentown

31

108 .287

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FOOTBALL There was no Intercollegiate Football

Manhattan Field, Oct. 20. Association in 1894, hence the college Princeton (12), Positions. Cornell (4), championship remained in doubt. The Brown...........Left end.. Beacham season was remarkable for the splendid Holly...........Left tackle. ....Freeborn showing of Pennsylvania University and Wheeler........Left guard......... Warner

Yale the coming to the front of Cornell.

Centre
Riggs..........:

......... Fennell

Taylor.... Right guard. ..Rogers and Pennsylvania proved the most formi

Lea..........

.Right tackle...McLaughlin dable. Yale defeated Harvard and Frince

Trenchard......Right end. ton, which feat was duplicated by Penn

.....Taussig

Morse. ....... Quarterback ......Wyckoff sylvania; but, as the two winners did

Barnett. ... Left halfback.........Mason not meet, on account of Yale's hard feel

McCormick..Right halfback.....Starbuck ing toward Pennsylvania, it was not Burt.

Fullback

..Ohl demonstrated which had the superior Touchdowns-Barnett, McCormick, Ohl. team. The new rules failed to stop slug Goals from touchdown-Trenchard (2). ging, and there was as much, if not

Manhattan Field, Oct. 27. more, than in any previous season. There

Harvard (22). Positions. Cornell (12). were fatalities all over the country, and

Emmons.... .....Left end........ Beacham several players were killed. The roughest Monahan game between any of the big colleges

Hallowell

} .....Left tackle.......Freeborn was between Yale and Harvard, in which Mackie several contestants were badly injured.

Warner

........Left guard........ The season was the most successful finan

F. Shaw.
Centre

Fennell cially ever held. As soon as the teams

J. N. Shaw....Right guard. ...Colman broke training there came from all parts Waters. .......Right tackle.. Rogers of the country protests against the rules

Taussig governing the game, which, instead of

A. Brewer......Right end...... Downey having become more scientific through Wrenn open playing, had become more brutal.

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Foster It was seen that to retain its popularity

Wrightington..Left halfback....

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{ and make it safer for life and limbs the

Kelly rules would have to be further modified. C. Brewer....Right halfback...

Starbuck The annual game between the cadets of

Dyer
West Point and Annapolis was stopped

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..Ohl by a joint order of the War and Navy Touchdowns-C. Brewer (3), Wrightingdepartments. The scores of the principal ton, Beacham, Ohl. Goals from touchgames of the colleges are as follows: down-A. Brewer (3), Ohl (2).

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