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The total number of championship contests played by the Brooklyn Club since its organization in 1883-eight years-is 867, of which 477 were victories and 390 were defeats. The record in full is appended:
1741 Per cent. 11611.300.434.558.448.629.679).667\|... Victories.. Defeats .. Played ...'
.727 11 331
.634 4 8 .500 86 43129|| .667
The Brooklyn (P. L.) Club. The Players' League Club of Brooklyn was the best managed team of the eight clubs of that league, the clubs of Boston, New York, Phila. delphia and Pittsburg being stronger in play ers, but not in their managers and captains. Thé club finished second with the following record:
19 Per cent.....389.412.526.700.700.600.667||.576
18 Defeats. .:: 11 16 Games pla
Chicago. New York. Boston.
Totals ....ll 1
The percentage of earned runs is not given, as the figures are unreliable as a criterion of pitching under the scoring rules of the present code, inasmuch as the estimate of earned runs is based on the play of the infielders as well as the pitchers, instead of on the play of the pitchers exclusively.
Victories... Defeats ...
BASE BALL-Continued. The complete record of the club for 1890, giving every detail of the championship statistics, is as follows:
KARA VA CO CO CO CHOOSE! Boston,
vo Cin. OOOW A DC-2002---O
Phil’a. 0-997. CA C Ormoc
181 161 171
5631647715561 Victories...... Defeats......... Games played..... Per c't of victories 550 Series won....... Unfinished series.. Chicago victories. Chicago defeats... Single figure vict's. Single figure def'ts. Double figure vict's Double figure def'ts Victories abroad... Victories at home. Defeats abroad.... Defeats at home... Games ext. inn'gs. Victories by 1 run. Defeats by 1 run...! 11
The following shows how the team fared in the matter of run getting, batting and fielding:
Highest score in a victory. 10
3 177 19-4 14-5 20–7
20-1 Lowest score in a victory. 4-0 4-3 3-0
2-0 Highest score in a defeat . 7-11 6-13 11-20
11-20 Lowest score in a defeat. 0-1 1-4 0-31 0-3
131-41 34–54 27-37 39-38) 40-1442-65 44-24 | 257-303
36–59 25-47 24-58 27-43 19–31 24-17 90-37 | 245-292
234-233 274-289 235–266 268-263 254 222 284 210 282–230 279-206 Fielding average...
843-857 840-810862-844/838-834 867–840 863-816 865–754 946-901
The pitching record of the team for 1890 was as follows:
From the inception of the club's career in 1883, to its capture of League Championship honors in 1890, the President of the club, Mr. Chas. H. Byrne, has been the club's moving spirit; and to his remarkable executive ability, his liberal course of action, and his intelligent conception of what was regarded to conserve the best interest of his club and the game at large, is the success of the Brooklyn Club chiefly due.
YALE VS. PRINCETON.
Per This team was a financial failure from the
Won Lost Drawn. Played. cent. start. It retired in favor of the Baltimores dur
.667 ing the latter part of the season. Its record
Princeton ........ 12 1
HARVARD VS. YALE.
Harvard .......... ? Brooklyn
Yale....... ... 1
The Amateur Athletic Union
championship contests by the Amateur Athletic Victories..
Union in 1890 was a noteworthy event in the hisDefeats ...
12 10 73 tory of amateur ball playing, and a much
needed movement to promote the best interests Games pl’a15 14 14 14 18 17 12 99 of legitimate amateur ball playing..
The series began with the club nines of the Per cent....1.133.357.286.357.231.294.167||.424
New Jersey, New York, Manhattan, Berkely and
Yonkers athletic clubs representing the Eastern The Amateur Leagues.
section, and those of the Detroit and three other The leading amateur organization of the
western athletic clubs the Western section. The metropolitan district is the Amateur League, in
Detroit Club bore off the palm in the West, and which the Crescent Athletic Club of Brooklyn
the New Jersey Club in the East, the Columbia took part. The record for 1890 follows:
A. C., of Washington, being the third prominent Per
competitor. The final series for the championClubs. Won. Lost. Played. cent
ship ended in the appended record, the games Staten Island A. C.. ......1€ 5. 23
783 being played at the Polo grounds, New York, the Staten Island A. C..... 16 6
727 Detroit Club winning the championship after an Crescent A. C..............6 17
exciting struggle. Englewood F. C.....
250 Sept. 27-New Jersey A. C. vs. Detroit..... 3-2 Royal Arcanum League.
Sept. 29–Detroit vs. New Jersey A. C......
Oct. 1-New Jersey A. C. vs. Detroit ..... The Prospect Park amateur arena was en Oct. 4Detroit vs. New Jersey A. C...... larged by the entrance of the Royal Arcanum Oct. 5-Detroit vs. New Jersey A. C...... League clubs, their season in 1890 being a very successful one. The record is as follows:
15 933 Oxford.
Bedford Cycling Club. .. 11
733 Fort Greene .
This club was organized May 26, 1890, by seven De Long.......
333 bicyclists in the Eastern District. It has adFern ......
vapced with rapid strides and the membership De Witt Clinton....
133 is now over 50. A "stag" reception was held on Brooklyn Amateur Association.
August 29 and a "smoker") on November 11.
The membership includes some promising young The Brooklyn Amateur Association, which riders, who have already distinguished themplayed at Prospect Park, had a good season. selves in armory races. The club occupies the The Resolute Club, which virtually won the pen house, 1196 Bedford avenue. nant in 1889, won the pennant in 1890. Here is the record :
Brooklyn Bicycle Club.
This club is the oldest in the city, organized
Victories. Defeats. Played. cent. June 21, 1879, almost twelve years ago. It is the Resolute ....
largest in point of membership,having 147 names Fulton.....
on its roll; is conservative in policy and occupies Federal... 10
a handsome club house at 62 Hanson pl. It feels Washington
proud of having as one of its organizers the pioSidney. .........
neer wheelman of this city, Charles G. Koop, who Locust.............
067 was the first to ride a wheel through the streets South Side League.
of Brooklyn. Several creditable performances The South Side League, which included only
have been made on race track and path by some three clubs, had a lively season, the record giv
of the members, and they are the only club from
this city having a team in the Wheelmen's Bowling the pennant to the Babylon Club, as follows:
ing League, an association of bicycle clubs of Clube. Victories. Defeats. Played. cent this State and New Jersey. Socially the club Babylon.....
10 700 has few rivals in the wheel world, the winter Sayville.....
10 500 months being given up to stag, ladies'and club Islip.........
300 receptions, while whist and pool tournaments The College Championship.
are made a feature. Medals are given each year Harvard refused to enter the championship
to each member covering 1,000 miles, and special
ones to the two making the largest number over contest against Princeton and Yale during 1830.
1,000. Four races are held, two on path and The latter two played together, however, and Harvard and Yale contested a series of three
two on the road, for which suitable prizes are
offered. The parlors of the club have recently games. Yale defeated Princeton, and Harvard whipped Yale. The following were the games
undergone a renovating process which has still
further beautified a house replete with every played and the results: May 3-Yale vs. Princeton at New Haven.. 3
comfort. May 17_Yale vs. Harvard, at New Haven.. 8
The Brooklyn Ramblers. May 24-Princeton vs. Yale, at Princeton .. 1-0 The Brooklyn Ramblers. a promising young May 31-Harvard vs. Yale, at Cambridge ..10– 8 organization of about thirty-five members, was June 14-Princeton vs. Yale,at N. Y.(drawn) 8-8 organized on January 4, 1890, by eighteen young June 18_-Yale vs. Princeton, at East'n Park 6- 5 riders in the part of the city known as Prospect June 21—Harvard vs. Yale, at Cambridge.. 43| Heights. The club's headquarters are at 324
CYCLING-Continued. Flatbush avenue. In the twenty-five mile handi. 1 scratch, 3d; 1 mile boys' safety race, w. Storms, cap road race held on the Irvington-Milburn 1st; E. H. Schoefer, 2d; Harry Walters, 3d; time, course, on Decoration day, George Holland took 4 m. 29 s.; 3 mile handicap ordinary, J. Bensinseventh place, covering the 25 miles in 1 h. 35 m. ger, K. C. W., 160 yards, 1st; C. W. Bayes, K. C. 12 S. J. McCue, captain of the club, also W., 180 yards, 2d; time, 9 m. 16} s.; 1 mile hanrode in this race, as did A. W. Feldmier, the dicap safety, B. B. C., C. F. Quinby, 125 yards, former taking thirteenth place, making the dis 1st ; H. P. Matthews, '80 yards, 2d; time, 2 m. 55% tance in 1 h. 37 m. 44 s. actual time, and the s. The fastest mile ever ridden in Brooklyn, latter finishing twenty-fifth, in 1 h. 37 m. 53 s. m. 51 s., was made in the two mile ordinary On Election Day the club held a ten mile handi handicap by W. F. Murphy, K. C. W., who rode cap race, for members only, on the Elizabeth from scratch. The club has a bowling team in Springfield course, in which Robert Miller the Caruthers tournament. finished 1st. Richard Peddlar 2d, George Holland 3d, and F. Gruen 4th. The club had
Long Island Wheelmen. a theatre party on October 23, seeing the
The season of 1890 was one of active riding, * Shatchen, at Holmes' Star Theatre.
and a number of very large mileages were Kings County Wheelmen.
rolled up, ranging from four thousand miles
down. The following members received medals The annual reception was held on February for making centuries : U. Palmedo, E. F. 27. March 20, annual election. May 17, won the Beecher, T. Ridsdale, C. E. Tripler, A. S. Will3 mile lap team race, at the spring games of the digg. L. H. Wise, G. B. Starrett, F. E. Pearce. Berkeley Athletic Club. W. F. Murphy, C. M. C. Č. Alden. The social seasons were markedly Murphy, and F. B. Hesse composed the team. lively and pleasant. The club house is open to June 25, annual lantern parade on Bedford ave- . visitors every Saturday night during the winter, nue, in which about 500 wheelmen took part. In and a ladies' reception is given once a month. the annual Decoration Day 25 mile handicap The 1 mile ordinary handicap at Washington road race on the Irvington-Milburn course in Park on June 28, was won by C. C. Alden from New Jersey, 24 members were entered. W.F. the 35 yard mark with L. H. Wise, scratch, 2d. Murphy made the best time, 1 hour 28 m. and The eighth annual dinner was held at the 14 s., which is the present record on the course. Clarendon Hotel on Saturday evening, NovemT. J. Hall, Jr., also broke the previous record, ber 22, C. H. Luscomb presided and responded but his time, 1 h. 29 m. 38 s., was not as fast as to the toast, "The Club." The other speakers Murphy's; C. W. Bayes finished 6th; W. H. Wells, were Commissioner Adams, W. W. Share. E. F. 8th; J. R. Bedford, 9th; F. G. Macdonald, 14th; Beecher, Captain Dillont, C. C. Alden and J. L. W. Finn, 15th; W. F. Murphy, 16th; R. W. Shepherd. Steves, 17th; T. J. Hall, Jr., 18th; R. L. Jones, 23d; P. C. Finn, 24th; F. Kenny, 32d; J. S. Bow
Prospect Wheelmen. dish, 34th; John Bensinger, 36th; W. H. Roberts, Organized on August 14, 1888, with five charter 38th, and D. Morehouse, 39th.
members, it now has twenty members, and occuThe ninth annual race meeting was held at pies quarters at 434 Union street. The 10 mile Washington Park on June 28. "Summary: 1 championship race on the Irvington-Milburn mile novice, first heat, H. S. Wiegand, K. Č. W.. course on Decoration day was won by S. W. 1st: F. G. Macdonald, K. C. W., 2d; A E. Stege Shannon in 39 m. 45 s.; R. J. Wolfe, 2d, R. W., 3d; time, 3 m. 6 s.; second heat, A. ] and C. A. Kant 3d. A party of members spent Feldmier, B. R., 1st; J. R. Bedford, K. C. 'W., 2d; two weeks in July at Lake Tyrel. A 5 mile road W.C. Smith, 3d; time, 2 m. 33 s.; 1 mile han race, which was held there, was won by George dicap safety, first heat, J. W. Hanson, N.Y.B.C., Shannon: Elmer Tyrel, 2d. On August 14 the 140 yards, ist; Hoyland Smith, N. Y. A. C., second anniversary was celebrated at the resiscratch, 2d; F. B. Hesse, N. Y. A. C., 60 yards, dence of C. A. Kane. The Bate medal for the 3d; time, 2 m. 52 s.; second heat, H, P. Mat member making the best mileage from March 1 thews, B. B. C., 140 yards, ist; W. Newman, to November 1, was won by George W. Shannon, K. C. W., 170 yards, 20; S. B. Bowman, N. J.A. who rode 3,486 miles in that time. Elmer Tvrel C., 60 yards, 3d; time, 2 m. 52; s; 1 mile novice, rode 3,004 miles in the same length of time, final heat, A. H. Feldmier, B. R., 1st; F. G. while W. T. Shannon, C. A. Kane, W. C. Hotze, Macdonald, K. C. W.2d; time, 3 m. 3}s; 1 mile E. Smith, B. L. Tyrel, R. J. Wolfe, E. Boner and handicap ordinary, L. I. W., c. C. Ålden, 35 W. Dower have all ridden over 1,000 miles and yards, 1st; L. H. Wise, scratch, 2d; time, 3 m. 84 will receive silver mileage bars from the club. s.: 1 mile safety handicap, final heat, H. ]
An average mileage of nearly 1,000 miles is Matthews, B. B. O., 140 yards, 1st; J. W. Hanson, credited to each member for the year. G. W. N. Y. B. C., 140 yards, 2d; time, 2 m. 54 s.; 1 mile Shannon won the gold stop watch offered by the safety championship of America, W.F. Murphy. captain to the member attending the greatest K. C.'w., 1st; W. Schumacher, B. A. C. and L. I.
number of runs. W., 2d; Hoyland Smith, N. Y. A. C., 3d; 1 mile handicap ordinary, B. B. C., E. MacLean, Jr., 150 Best Bicycle Records, 1890. yards, 1st; W. E. Sheffield, 70 yards, 2d; time, 3 | mile ordinary, 333, by A. E. Lumsden, C. C. m. 1 s.; 1 mile ordinary championship K. C. W., c., at Providence, Aug. 30. mile ordinary, 1:10, W.F. Murphy, 1st: C. M Murphy, 2d; time, 2 m. by Willie Windle, B. A. C., at Peoria, Sept. 11. 59 s.; 1 mile handicap ordinary open, W.H. Wells, #mile ordinary, 1:49%, by Willie Windle, B.A.C., K. C. W., 90 yards, 1st; A. A. Zimmerman, N. J. åt Peoria, Sept. 15. i mile ordinary, 2:25%, by A.C., 15 yards, 2d; A. H. Feldmier, B. R.,100 yards, Willie Windle, B. A. C., at Peoria, Sept. 15. 3d; time, 2 m. 54% s.; second heat, C. L. Leisner, 2 mile ordinary, no new record. 3 mile ordinary, 125 yards, 1st; W. C. Smith. 115 yards, 2d; John no new record. 4 mile ordinary, 11:11%, by Å. Bensinger, K. C.W., 70 yards, 3d; time, 2 m. 50% s.; B. Rich, N. Y. A. C., at Peoria, Sept. 15.°5 mile 2 mile safety handicap, w. Schumaker, B. A. C., ordinary, 13:5136, by A. B. Rich, N. Y. C., at 50 yards, ist ; S. B. Bowman, N. J. A. C., 100 Peoria, Sept. 15. * mile safety, 35%, by W. F. yards, 2d; time, 6 m. 15% s.; 1 mile handicap or Gassler, N. Y. A. C., at Niagara Falls, July 11. dinary open, final heat, c. L. Leisner, 125 yards, mile safety, 1:133, by P.J. Berlo., M.' A. C., at 1st; W. H. Wells, K. C. w., 90 yards, 2d; time, Peoria, Sept. 15. mile safety, 1:51, by P.J. 2 m. 494 s. ; 1 mile ride and run, R. W. Steves, Berlo, 'M. A. C., at Peoria, Sept. 15. '1 mile K. C. W., 1st; W. H. Roberts, K. C. W., 2d: time, safety, 2:30, by P. J. Berlo, M. A. C., at Peoria, 4 m. 173 s.; 2 mile team race, Kings County Sept. 15. 2 mile safety, 5:28%, by H. E. Laurie, Wheelmen, first team, W. F. Murphy, R. L. Jones, N.Y. A C., at Rochester, Aug. 23. 3 mile safety, C. M. Murphy; 2 mile ordinary handicap_open, 8:1336, by H. E. Laurie, N. Y.A. C., at Rochester, W. H. Wells, K.C. W., 150 yards, 1st; C.W. Bayes, Aug. 23. 4 mile safety, 11:00, by H. E. Laurie, K. C. W., 110 yards, 2d; W.F. Murphy, K, C. w., | N. RY. A. C., at Rochester, Aug. 23. 5 mile
CYCLING-Continued. safety, 13:39%, by H. E. Laurie, N. Y. A. C., at Rochester, Aug. 23. 4mile tandem safety, 40, by A. E. Lumsden and H. R. Winship, C. Č. c., at Chicago, Oct. 4. 4 mile tandem safety, 1:121, by W.F. Gassler and W. D. Banker, N. Y. A. C., at Syracuse, Sept. 2. 1 mile tandem safety, 2:27, by W. F. Murphy, K. C. W. and N. Y. 8. C., and Hoyland Smith, N. Y. A. C., at Peoria, Sept. 15.2 mile tandem safety, 5:153, by L. Masi and Bert Myers, P. B. C., at Peoria, Sept. 16. 3 mile tandem safety, 8:10, by W. F. Gassler and C. J. Iven, at Syracuse, Sept, 2. 4 mile tandem safety, 11:12, by W. F. and C. M. Murphy, K. C. W. and N.' Y. A. C., at Syracuse, Sept. 2. 5 mile tandem safety, 14:05, by W. F. and c. M. Murphy, K. C. W. and N. Ý. 'A. C., at Syracuse, Sept. Ž. 15 mile road record, 52:41 by W. F.* Murphy, K. C. W., on the Irvington-Milburn course, May 30. 20 mile road record 1 10:02, by W. F. Murphy, K. C. W., on the Irvington-Milburn course, May 30. 25 mile road record, 1 26:40, by C. E. Kluge, M. A. C., on the New Rochelle course, Aug. 2. Brooklyn to Chicago, 14 days, 6 hours, 25 minutes, by Edwin Checkley, of Brooklyn Chicago to New York, 14 days, 23 hours, 30 minutes, by Charles Neilson.
Brooklyn Club. The club played twenty games in 1890, winning fourteen, losing four, one drawn and one club match.
Inn- Not Highest Total AverName. ings. out. score. runs. age. A. S. Durrant... 16
39* 199 13.27 C. C. Greene..... 10
100 10,00 B. Seale....
131 9.36 H. Schofield...
125 8.33 J. P. Robertson..
106 8.15 H. Helms......
22 146 6.64 J. Curtis.......
33 5.50 A. D. Brown...
5.43 F. S. Greene...
5.40 A. A. Adams....
5.00 J. Humbert......
4.53 John Duncan....
4.00 A. E. Wickes....
3.42 G. Tuttle..
2.44 W. J. Manby....
2.20 J. S. Creighton...
13 2.17 S. Lee............
1.50 J. F. Duncan.... 9 6
1.33 *Signifies not out.
14* 14* 21
Kings County Club. Played nineteen first eleven matches, won ten, lost eight, drawn one. They also played thirteen second eleven matches, won seven, lost five, tie one. BATTING AVERAGES-FIRST ELEVEN. Inn- Not Highest
AverName. ings. out. Score. Runs. age. F. W. Stiles....
137 12.44 H. Manley ....
88* 100 12.50 H. Hinde.....
31 56 9.33 C. Franklin ....
9.00 J. T. Morgan...
7.18 W. J. Wood....
6.75 C. S. Phillips... E.C. Michell... T. O'Reilly..... W. O'Reilly... E. Snelgrove... F. Mayes..... H. Rowley ....
20 20.00 A. Hopkins ....
44 14.66 E. Wood ......
16 8.00 A. Williams....
16 8.00 T. Ayres .......
4 4.00 1. Williams....
16 4.00 C. Helms ......
8 2.66 * Signifies not out. BOWLING AVERAGES-FIRST ELEVEN. Maid
AverName. Balls. ens. Runs. Wickets. age. W.J. Wood .. 1,361 y 392 79 4.76 J. T. Morgan... 108 8 6 50
5.50 H. Hinde ...... 174
71 12 5.92 E. Snelgrove... 690
225 34 6.62 C. Franklin .... 896 29 405 43 9.42 Runs made by Kings Co. C. C.-1,532 av. 8.52
Opponents -1,347 " 7.10
Manhattan Club. The following is a record of the batting and bowling averages of the Manhattan Club for 1890:
ings. out. Runs. ege. Tyers .......
220 22.00 B. C Bloxom....
185 13.21 S. A. Noon.
172 12.28 F. Prendergast..
9.71 A. Wallis.
14.70 H. B. Coyne ...
10.07 H. Martin .....
4.50 J. Rose ..
15.60 M. R. Cobb
22.27 H. Beresford.
10.00 C. Dillon ..
7.66 C. Mitchell.
4.63 L. Patterson....
3.75 M. Draycott.....
4.00 J. Mart ..........
4.50 L. MacIntosh
2.66 W. Lewis....
2.00 E. Pearson .....
2.50 S. Smith..
4.50 BOWLING AVERAGES. Maid
Balls, ens. Runs. ets. age. H. Martin.....
10 8.90 C. Dillon........... 162
7.71 H. B. Coyne.... 114
5.55 S. A. Noon..... 166
6.89 F. Prendergast..
6.87 M. R. Cobb..........
32 391 | H. Tyers..........
508 43 82
Maid Wick Aver-
4.04 S. Durrant. 769 36 264
4.12 C. Greene.. 314
132 6 00 E. Wickes.
0 H. Helms..... 6 162
3.05 J.P. Robertson
4.00 F. S. Greene..
167 8 52 12 4.33 B. Seale....... 3
4 16 3 5.33 H. Schofield. 1 60 2 24 2 12.00
Bedford Club, This club played in ten matches, out of which they won one and lost nine.
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FOOT BALL. Adelphi Foot Ball Club played twelve | pionship games and the exhibition games were games during the season, six of which were in with Yale, 2, Princeton, Columbia, and Stevens the Interscholastic League. They won nine, Institute. lost one and two tied.
Interscholastic Foot Ball League,
which was organized during the season of GAMES WON.
1889. was continued during the past season. The Oct. 9-Adelphi defeated Pratt Institute 20 to 4
games resulted in a tie between the Adelphi “ 11-Adelphi defeated Polytechnic
and Stevens High School teams, each having Institute ........... ........ 12 to 2 won five games and lost one. At a meeting of 25_Adelphi defeated Columbia
the officers of the league it was decided to Grammar School by default.
award the championship pennant to the Adelphis, " 27-Adelphi defeated Fordham Col
they having scored the highest number of points lege ..
4 to 0 " 29-Adelphi defeated Pratt Institute 16 to 0
in the games played. The results were: Nov. 1-Adelphi defeated Stevens High
Oct. 18—Stevens High School defeated
24 to 0
Columbia Grammar School.. 38 to 0 " 8-Adelphi defeated Polytechnic
5-Stevens High School defeated Institute..
16 to 4
Polytechnic Institute........ 22 to 0 " 15–Adelphi defeated Columbia
Adelphi defeated Columbia
Grammar School by default. " 27-Adelphi defeated Polytechnic
Nov. 1-Adelphi defeated Stevens
16 to 0
1-Polytechnic defeated Columbia GAMES LOST.
by default. Nov. 22-Stevens' High School defeated
8-Adelphi defeated Polytech-
... 16 to 4 GAMES TIED.
8_Stevens defeated Columbia Nov. 22--Adelphi vs. King's College,
by default. Stamford, Conn..
? 6 to 6
15-Stevens defeated Polytechnic, 4 to 0 " 7-Adelphi vs. St. Pa
15-Adelphi defeated Columbia Garden City ............
by default. Bedford Foot Ball Club, which was re " 22—Stevens defeated Adelphi.... 14 to 4
22-Polytechnic defeated Columbia organized and incorporated in 1889, has had a
by default. season of successive victories for 1890, not hav. ing sustained a single defeat. The games played
27-Adelphi defeated Polytechnic, 16 to 0 were:
The standing of the teams : Oct. 24–Bedfords defeated the Oritani Field
Games played. Won. Los Club, 22 to 0.
12 to 0. Oct. 25–Bedfords defeated Montclair Athletic *Columbia Grammar School defaulted in five Club, 6 to 4.
games. Nov. 4-Bedfords defeated the Prospects of Polytechnic Foot Ball club had a Brooklyn, 14 to 8.
good school team during the season of 1890, but Nov. 15–Bedfords defeated Montclair Athletic were unable to win any of the games in the InClub, 10 to 6.
terscholastic League played with the Adelphi or Nov. 22-Bedfords defeated Corinthian Athletic
Stevens' High School. Club, 46 to 0.
GAMES WON. .
Nov. 1-Polytechnic defeated Long IslNov. 22-Bedford 2d defeated Staten Island
24 to 0 Cricket Club, 14 to 6. Dec. 6-Bedford 2d defeated Polytechnic(Fresh.),
-Polytechnic defeated the Bre-
... 48 to 0 18 to 0. Crescent Foot Ball Club had a most
GAMES LOST. successful season and were again the win
Oct. 11–Adelphi defeated Polytechnic 12 to 0 ners of the pennant in the American Foot Ball
" 25–Stevens H. S.“
22 to 0 Union. The record of games played during the
16 to 4 season of 1890 was as follows:
4 to 0 ".. 27-Adelphi
16 to 0 GAMES WON.
Two games were forfeited by Columbia GramSept. 27–Crescents defeated Stevens Institute,
mar School to the Polytechnics in the Inter62 to 0.
scholastic League series, Oct. 25—Crescents defeated New York Athletic
Prospect Foot Ball Club is composed Club, 36 to 0. Nov. 1-Crescents defeated Columbia College, of the graduates from the Brooklyn Central High 29 to 0.
School. They have had another successful
4 to 0 Club, 14 to 0.
Oct. 4-Prospects defeated Corinthian
22 to 4 Oct. Yale defeated Crescents, 18 to 6.
" 11–Prospects defeated Oritani * 18_Princeton defeated Crescents, 12 to 0.
5 to 0 Nov. 4-Yale defeated Crescents, 52 to 0.
“ 18–Prospects defeated Nautilus " 8-Orange Athletic Club defeated Cres
52 to 0 cents, 8 to 5.
" 25-Prospects defeated Staten Isl-
34 to 0 Nov. 25-Crescent Reserves defeated Westfield, Nov. 22—Prospects defeated the Alerts N. J., 12 to 0.
24 to 6 During the seasons of 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889 and
“ 30—Prospects defeated Staten Isl1890 the Crescents have scored in the American
and Cricket Club............ 54 to 0 Foot Ball Union series 718 points to their oppon
GAMES LOST. ents 24. Of the above games four were cham | Nov. 4 Bedfords defeated Prospects.. 14 to 0