Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Uase Notes. - Tho Chelsea Club, though one of their directors, take exception to the "uJe o anc Club to (lie championship of Brookly n (heir defeat of the Chelseas in two games out oi inree, Mr DaSon verting that the fli mce tfffi&m thS championship and apparently on ICPTheTro7JTfh'e Atlantic Clnb - mn on tlwecwp - ffflcllteBMWP per man cx elusive of cxtinFes. This f peats well for Captain Fcr - e son's management. Chapman proposea to exceed fb is the coming season. He la now getting men .to - aether for the new men, and rumor numbers Barnio as the catcher, Bastow as short Btop, Booth as left field. rt i to be hr.ped that a corpB of good players will rally under the old club banner for 1876. Chapman ie acting wifely bv taking the management of the old club in nw hands. If he is successful it will place him in demand for 1876. The Athletic Club, it appears, has barely cleared ex - penees during 1874, their receipts $25,930 only exceeding expenses by $875. They lost by their European trip, which cost $3,390, the receipts in England not exceeding $1,790. The Boston Club cleared $7,000 over their expenses during 1874, and but for their lour to England would have done better. The Philadelphia Club lost money. The cause is wall known. Among the games arranged to bo played at Prospect Park on Thanksgiving Day is the match between the Enterprise Clnb of HempBtcad and the Winona of Flat - bu8h. The - villagers from the interior propose having a good time in the city on that day. The defeat of the Eastern District Quicksteps by the Oceans of the Western District by 12 to 9, has been the topic of interest of lata among the colored ball tOB3Crs of the city. The Oceana say they can do it again, but in this opinion the Quicksteps do not coincide. The match attracted a largo crowd to the Park, and it was much enjoyed. The cold weather on the day appointed for the Hodcs benefit match led to a Bmall attendance and a poor game. The lielionco Bhould get up a match for the name object on Thanksgiving Day, The players of the Atlantic team of 1874 have been spread all over for 1875. Dehlman goes to St. Louie, as also Fleet; Kessler and Knawdel to Keokuk, Iowa; Ferguson and Bond to Hartford, and Dick Pearco to the Mutuals, Hatfield leaves ball playing to go into the pool selling business. Two or three ganie3 were played at the Park on Saturday, but it was too cold to be pleasant exercise. The Wido Awakes defeated a field nine by 13 to 11 in a full game, and the Clintons got away with the Herkimers by 11 to 7 in a seven innings contest.