Clipped From The Times
A PROFESSIONAL FOOT-BALL FOOT-BALL FOOT-BALL LEAGUE. A Constitution Adopted and the Officers and Directors Elected. New York, August 14 At the'.Ftftb Ave nue Hotel this afternoon tho National Foot-Ball Foot-Ball Foot-Ball League was organized under the name of Tbe American League of Professional Foot- Foot- Ball Players. The League was organized by tbe election of A. A. Irwin, of Philadelphia, as president and George Stackhouse, of New ork, at secretary. K. B. Talcott, of New ork ; C. H. Byrnes, of Brooklyn, and Presi dent Irwin were elected as Board of Directors. Directors. Secretary Rtaekbonse, after the meeting, gave out the following Information: w e nave aaopteu a constitution wnicn is not readv vet to be made public, but which is built on the same Hues as tiiat of trie National Bnse Ball League, but It Is not so bulky. j ne season win open on uctooer i ana will continue until July 1, 11)6, Inclusive. inch team win may five games in tne aiuer- aiuer- ent cities in the Icueue. Durlne the season Iso the professional foot-bail foot-bail foot-bail club of Sunder land, England, will visit this country and play a serins ol exhibition games In conjunction conjunction witb tbe league." Hecreiary Htackhotise also said that C. H. Byrne had been elected as chairman of the schedule committee and that the secretary bad been instructed to act on all applications for referees. The meeting of tbe league adjourned adjourned subject to the call of the president.