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ITO-DA Y'S FOOTBALL

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I TO-DA Y'S FOOTBALL NEWPORT v. GUY'S AND ST, THOMAS'S HOSPITALS. Played at Newport. HALF-TIME SCOKE G. T. M -N. EWPORT. 2 3 0 HOSPITALS 0 0 0 I THE CANTAB TEAM. Hard Games Before Cardiff and Newport. JNewport play Cambridge at Cambridge on ISovemoer 9th, and Cardiff make the journey on the following Wednesday. This is what the special correspondent of the Athletic News thinks of the Varsity XV. Tilt; Cantab Rugby fiften to ,u -n out unusually sultry this season, rvever within a lenptuy experience have I seen a smarter lot of fellows individually, or such speedy settling down collectively to real business in every department of the game before. Bully for 'skipper wito has exercised rare cutenes- ui thus early separating the wheat from the chaff. Ti e team, save one or two forwards, is now definitely settled. O G. j Mackie (Ciare) and H. T. Wallis (Jesus) Kve snown such fine form at three-quarters that I their partnering the old BIURS, Tayior and Bunting, thus wise is only a matter of ke^pinf fit. bo with Mendelson, or bis understudy, NV Paul (Ciare), at back and the '94 halves, Bell and Jacob, doing duty once again, a line of defence is to hand equal to anytiiinc of recent The pack, led by Mitchell, Gi'oiin, Gr.ffi^h.s, and ,jij  an d JPh con, the ori iJiuos, should develop into dis- tmctly the best of the present decade, trie new- ■ comers, F. Jacob (Caius), G. Moncrieff (Trinity) YV. Mai mer (Trinity), and A. D M-Douaid (T-, initv) aJJ working like Trojans. Not only this, but the whole ptick screw round and heel out in really clinking fashion, whilst the 'beef' brou°ght into evidence is a caution." j The Northern Union. I ? The eleven m?ches played in connection with the Northern Umon ou Saturday drew the  ?gL-e??te total of sp?to? up to now, U 000 p?r?ous assembling. Bt?dfuid ?nd Bughouse Rangers tie with 15 points each, and occupy the premier position. Bradford has played 10 matches, and scored 90 points to 34. Br £ »house in one match less have registered 56 points to 6. Halifax, Runcorn, Leigh, Manning- ham, and St Helen's come next with 12 points each. Cooper on the Down Grade. i Cooper, the ex- Newport three-quarter, seems in 1 a bad way. Commenting on the Bradford v. Mannmgham match of (Saturday, Elwr snvs he has never seen Cooper play such an in- different game since he came into Yorkshire, and fancies the sprinter cannot be so sound as his friends couid desire. For Bancroft-Mainly. I Lorimer. who played full back for Mantiipg- ham on Saturday, is described as having dobe splendidiy. "OfdEbor" doubts if there is a better m'ln In England in the position, and the only criticism he passes is advice to avoid tho mistake ot Bat)c,-nfr-a leaning to gallery play. Those wh i saw Bancroft's form of Saturday wiii not hesitate to p. the veteran Swansea custodian against any mall in the four countries, and with such men us A inn Morgan and Joe Davies to select from should necessity arise Wales cannot fail to hold her own in this position. Baby Hancock." I The, name of R. F. Hancock recalls Inter- national aiiii otuer great liiatciies of several years ago, when the burly forni of the Somersetshire giant was genially ihe mot conspicuous figure on the field. It was thought that B:iby," as he was always familiarly called, had retired from the game for all time, but to general surprise lie re-appeared in a oounty trial on Triursday, and has been selected, with S. 2.1. J. Woods, ro once :a:n sport the Somerset colours. His great reach enabled him to lead up to a try iu the old sweet way. getting- the ball from a line-out, passing out to a three-quarter, and then backing I up for a pftss, and scoring himself. CWMBRAN F.C. liave Nov. 16.,h and Jan. 15th, ,,w,ty litli, Femuu-y ZAv.r\, and March 21st, home, vaejnt <>■ d team?.—Jones, Secretary. 900 1RKRPJKBKRT FOOT#A «.i, CLUB want match home Nov. Itli, will G:ve return or fsuai.utee ;J.1"o})ec. 21st, Jan. btit, iltli, Feb, 29th, April 4tli, 61,h s,aca,nt.- Apijly at- once Mainwaring, Secretary. 927a T. W..PIRAKSOX, i he renowned football player, ijoi fqnued most remHrk;\bJe feat seven years ago. Ihe ball used was Anderson's Ititerna ional," :I expl,, 1,N- Llie f,)Ilo,, ii,g October 23rd, 188 we V(*?i-e gr?ttiden to receive the f<?!owing, Ulbojj,.ited —"Cony. Received Oct. 23rrl, 1388. Mill Hi)! School, Mil! Hill, Middlesex, N. W. Df!,r Sirs,—It ni-ty interest you so know tha: on October 20th, in our match against I' C,.)ujity School, T W. Pearson kicked 17 goals out of 10 for us from all parts of the field, with fine of your 'IiueraaMoiial' Match Balls.—Yours truly(signej) C. :r;, l'ncII capt. M U.S.F.C. Anderson, A'ai -Min, and London." TnefoHo^infr comp etes the history of the same ball Mill Hill School, N.NV., Oct. bili, Sir,—Kindly send me as soon as possible one of your International' Busby Footballs. The one we had iast year was used all through the season and ^are complete satisfaction.—Yours trulv. ALFKI-.D A. BOBSON, Hon. Sec." Price list of Foot- balls, Jerseys, Boots and all athletic requisites pose I free, trcm our'oniy \Ve5-h address, or our ageitt,-4.- Auier^on. Avderson, and Anderson, Ltd., 0, Que<»n- street, Cardiff

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