A FOOTBALL RIOT.
OVER A TWICE-PLAYED TIE. EIGHTY PEESONS INJURED.
. - [(Beceived 9.10 a.m.) . , LONDON , , April 19. nje Scottish Football Association's jjal at Hampden Park, resulted in a : && on Saturday week, and when the natch was replayed on Saturday another drew resulted. Jhe spectators demanded that the raae should be continued for a quarter of an lour, the side scoring within that gjie to win. - The officials Tefused this demand, and , the crawl got out of hand. The barricades surrounding the ground til the pay-boies were fired, and when tfe fire brigade attempted to suppress the outbreaks their hoses were cut. Bottles -and stones were thrown at the police and officials, and before the riot L ended eighty including forty k police, were injured. r .'•. ■■. ~—
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