Clipped From The New York Times
PENNANT FOR BROOKLYN TEAM. The Baseball Championship Emblem presented to the Victorious Players. The Brooklyn Baseball Club received last evening at the Brooklyn Academy of Music the baseball pennant, emblematical of the championship ot the National League. In connection with the presentation there was a testimonial entertainment In which a number of popular entertainers took part. The Academy was crowded with admirers and followers of the team, and enthusiasm ran high during the evening. Tbo pennant, a huge red and blue affair, on which. In white letters appeared the happy legend. Champions, 10uo,M was displayed displayed above the middle of the stage. The players grouped themselves under it. while Ex-Assistant Ex-Assistant Ex-Assistant District Attorney Isaac M Kapper made the sjieech of presentation. presentation. Councilman Charles H. Ebbetts. President of the Club, made the speech of acceptance. Mr. Ebbette then Introduced Edward Han-L0.nv!t,nMr?r, Han-L0.nv!t,nMr?r, Han-L0.nv!t,nMr?r, r th team, whom he praised n 'h,?!tfo.r hi" wer n hrtnglng the championship championship tp Brooklyn. Mr. Hanlon told the audience how the pennant was won., and then Introduced the members of the team individually. He handed Capt. Kellr a rheck for :I.5u to be divided equally a mona tte players. The present from Mr. HanioS was unexpected. Billy " Keeier received m gold watch from his admlrersT ThTgal-lry ThTgal-lry ThTgal-lry had a volley of more or less pertinent IZZXZXaI for ch Pyr. witch wai delivered to the amusement of the audience and the embarrassment of the ball tossera.