The foot-ball delegates from Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Columbia met Saturday at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Messrs. Camp and Tompkins represented Yale; Mr. Cabot, Harvard; Messrs. Peace and Morgan, Princeton; Messrs. Morgan and Fisburn, Columbia. The games with Yale were settled upon as follows: Yale vs. Columbia, Nov. 18, at New Haven; Harvard vs. Yale. Nov. 22, at Cambridge; Princeton vs. Yale, Thanksgiving day at Polo Grounds. Princeton tried to push a motion through the convention to restrict the number of rushers in a scrimmage to six of each team, and not to allow the half-backs to come nearer the rusher-line than ten yards, when the ball was to be snapped back. The rules were not materially tampered with, the changing of a few words here and there being the principal alterations. A few unimportant rules were changed concerning the duties, etc., of the referee.
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