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THK SDN. SUNDAY.. JANUARY 1 Lbil.
TRAP SHOOTERS DO WELL
i m:st i: r n
!'. II. MPilicnnii nt lln)' IIIiIkp MlnaKlakr i A V. Sunlam
I'ro 'i Hlch ScorcM UdP nl ll 1
'i Thf.S In NliHf" of Hit Colli- lUilln
run nl Trnu'M Istnuil Mutt l lirlnnrll
1 innliootPri of the I'lenrr-nt A tlitotlc
( lul) hrniiKliI lln vr.-ir to nil mil wild om
of tin1 ln"t hoo nf l lie In I p r "ciison.
iw,ot.n It tiix liltti'ily cold tin I ho MrliiK I
llho. thr-ro uiin ii i)oil iiltcnilniu'c nt llaj' i
lililltf Hllll I'llt'll I'W'llt CMcil ill ll llllflic
toiy iniiiiier lloliiit t ti final Miool or llii" I
'"imlli !! Ut let; nf ho I'tvi'inher cup
uik flip tiioM Important tlxturo on I ho pro j
l'i-hhiiiio riftoeii Nlmrodi inmpr-tocl nnil 1
tin" IiIkIi k'llii ii tieorm IVIIx. Ho nlfi
.) (ho nlnncr of llio i-up. Durliie the
lith lilo llnoo li"i ncorPH Kiivn lilin .i
M'll ol "l mil of ii pollip ; InritpM, C II i
.Intne. flnlnlii-il koooiiiI with n total of n
nnil then laine Ii I'. I ox, lr , uilli n uriiml
nucroiriito of fij linnet.
'I he fliontlni: yotorilny imih ileciileclly
i lo.-e nnil lilorentiim. I'Mi'tlonlly every
Ment pmlpil In ii up nnil Hhootoir
In order throiiL'liout Iho uftpriioon.
row ton niomliPm of tho Person tleaoli t
(li'ii ( Inli put hi n Rood nftcruoiMi Al their
iHiunlon Uay traps yeaterilny. Tim event;
all nnre nt twenty. llvo target nnil Hum
moron nil worn siillafiirtory (I Union,'
w. P. iiergen aim J. looriieo were nmotii!
the best allots of llio ilny '1 ho mil oh.
.sitings of 2S titrcrls
11 31 21 22 23 22 2(1
17 It III 211 111 17
211 20 lit 20 III 17
21 17 IS 21 21 21
. . Ill 3i 22 211 17 21
. . Ill 2 J 21 17 17 17
. . 21 22 2l in 211 21
. 17 II 11 III IS in
in 22 IU II III 21
II II I. II II
CURRENT SPORTING GOSSIP
(I Unte ..
II II llrrgni ,
II V llreirr
V II. UJOM
J r It,ic1cer
wont sr, itxi:itiu, still
TRIES TO WOlIt MORXX.
nntiiriilly innile It oxcceillnuly late before
lholln.il hliip rock im trnppt'il. Tho mom
Intprpmlnir pvoul wn the weekly shoot
lor the Stnko Trophy. In the original
hoot hotli I'. II. Nlephcnfon nnd M. miner
tiorl ilth total of 2.1 out of n ion.I1Io 25
tared"". lli tho ahootorT Hint followed
the dinners nirnln tied with tho same totals,
lull In the herond nhootoff lr. Wophrnsoii
won by h ilimle "lilrd."
It k derldedly n Stephenon dny. Not
only did the expert win tho Make prlo
but he lo ih I1UI1 mm In the weekly
hoot for Hip .tame troiihloo. In thli
event he tied with .1. II. Vmulervcei, with
n tolnl of 24 out i1f a polhle 2.i tarirpt-". Mr
Nlelieiion had no illftli ulty In liikln? the
Klioolofl with n total of 24 blue birds, lie
nlvi took the hpeelal hhoot nt ten palrn of
double with a tolnl of in lursetH. '1 he host
work done by Mr. Stephennin whh In the
tfim raoe. however In Hip nhooton for
thl tiophy the expert made a ntnibfht
wore of 2." tartfPlK from 'rath and not
oiilj took the I'Veut for hlmxplf nnd liU
pa it tier. ! T Iiiiiipx, bill nl-o bad hlit Hume
pin on tne row oi unnor
llroiikl.Mi nnil Cmnerom I'Uy n Tie (Inuie
-Nlniiillin; of Tentin.
I On lurf made hard and forlildilltie by the
preenl rold minn oroer lenin rppreienllni
the lliooklvn I'ootball Club, w hli'h U nrlinl
1 tiled for the teplny with Anonln in tho
Vmerlinn cup tie In llrnoklyn IhU after
noon, and IheCiuiipron I'ootball Club played
n drawn innti li at Visitation (Ivnl, llrooklyn,
i yesterdny The sides proved to be very
lexenly malrhed nnd neither half was pio
ilui'tive of storing. Cntdit'Ott In iroal sup
I ported by Wlddltwham and MePhprsnn
: In Hip hack division tuadp an luvinrlble do
I fence for the llrooklyn club, while Johnson,
were i I,. Shaw and MontKoniery proscnlocl an
This ' (Miually Impenetrable front for the former
MaUtM roiillli'llnc StnlemenU s lit Time
of rmiitliiK nnd VinnK to Meet Nome
Other lliixi'M I'lrm - llels NenrclilnR
I'rom Old ltl nl llnttlltiR lon.
nmateiir leacue champions. The lineup:
IriMlwUJ 1'iJtllfiinji. Camtronn.
Centre tin If .
InMilr Iff I
llunlop, llnmklyn K.
. . I . .Shnw
. . I.ocittt
0 : linesmen
T. Ilnllry, llrnkln. nnil W. Ilruwn. Cnmcnins,
Time of habes 4S minutes.
The Mnntial 'Iralnlm; llbth School noeper
, foutball players unit alumni hold their
H'iniiil nnniial dinner at tho llorouith I'aik
i Clubhouse on Kriday nlk'ht, when about
t thirl v nttPiuli'd Mr. Johnstone, the m.uli
of the team, acted a- toastuinstor
In addition to the Smerlean cup tie enme
betni'ou the llronklyns and Hie Connecticut
eleven nt Visitation Oval this atteritonn
liirlhor protttcss will be made In the cham
pionship sorlos of the New York Ainalcnr
AskocIiiIIoii I'liotball League, which Is in a
most InlerestlliK tane. A stlrrliu; finish
Is looked for by the teams in the competi
tion, with Hie I Ian .McDonalds, present
i.liilti, lllllftw llli 1.-1 'Shtl'ltOS '111,, lltt,, l.t.i.1
'n the llrst ill l-iuii, but HoIIvwoikI Inn has
II, Woodcock, nlthouith he liecnn not )ct siiftered a ib-feat. Ill the second
pnoily in Him earli events, found the blue
ro ks an Hie afternoon advanced and won
not only Ihe l.ockwood prize but iltvlded
a tiophy w lib II K. I'ox, .lr. .1 II Vander-
ciealso look , i club trophy nnd -I ,S. Lavvson
won an event after an Interesting shnoloff
witli .1 H Vnnderveer. The Crescent
Athletic Club will hold a hie holiday shoot
I he si ores made esteiday nre s follows:
Trophy Shoot 2.1 Ursrts, handicap -J, II.
anlerveer. 1. I' II. Stetihenson. scraU'li. 22
II i cox, Jr. 20: j s. Utoam. .v ai; c.
illvislon Clan McDllll is ahead, with the
llrooklyn Celtics mnkttie a ilctenulucil bid
tor t tie? lean
Dip standing to date
Uiekvrooii. 2. 20. J V 4nirs. 2, It); l. Sllner. 1, 18:
.v orues, , iv. i, i. nrower, is; t-. n. rtlllii.
.1. Is t)r C Mklnsjn. J. IV II V. WoiHlrock.
4 M 1 II James. 2. It Won by J. II. Vander
vefr December Cup 2.1 turrets, hamllrap (I. Felix,
2, 21 t l.'iekuoo.l, 2. 22: P. II. Stephenson,
acrxteli, 2., It i: Cox. Jr., 2. 21; C. It. James.
2. .a J s ).nm. .V 2o; M. Sillier, a. 2n; A Cnr
lle .1 20 J M Vanltrveer. I, In, C It. Pulls, a. ID;
.1 1 Jam's 2. It. Ii nrnwer. 2. is; II. v. VVoo.l.
wok I, 17 Ur. C Atkinson, 1.1; I'. W. Foi.
Tnr;c tiesl enrcs for the month: (!. W. Felix,
24. 21. 2.x 71. C. It James. 24. 2.x. 21-ftX, and
It P. Fox Jr IV 21. 21 n7 targets.
Trophy Slrnoi tariels. handicap. J. s.
!. hi, i. 21 J II Vamlrrveer. I. 24. J. F. James,
2 2:; It H Fix. .It . 2. 22; C. It Jamca. 2, 20; It
W VVtu-lenok. 1 PI
Trpphy Shisit 2.x tarzets .
'I rophy Shisit 2.x Ixrcels. handicap J. S.
1. a-jii. .V 20; J II all lerveer, 1. IU.
, F Jamrs Trophies 2.. lareeN, handlrap
.t 'I Vandeveer. I. 21. I' II Stephenson, scratch.
.I It II. Fox, Jr.. 2. S3. II V Woodcock. I, 23;
II Pulls, s. 22; IV A t.oekwoo.1, 2. 22; M. Stlnei,
i :2 (, F. nrower. 2. 22 ll Felix, 2, 21. II. lies
la.. t-cratch. 21: A. Cnrlles, ,x, 3). J s. ljiuson,
.1, IB, F W Fox, fcrralrh. I: C II. James, 2. is.
Or Atkinson,. X. IX;. f. F Jamc,2.22
.shootolT F II. StephenMiii, scratch. 21: J. II
Vandcrvecr. t. 20.
'IropU .shisit 2-X larcels. handlrap 11. V
W oodcol., i, a. It F. Fox. Jr. ,2. 2.x. F II Stephen
vei, scrKh. 24; C ll James. 2. 23. Ii v VelU.
2. 23, (i llrower, 2. 21. J II. Vanderveer. 1. 21.
i A !.-ckoo,1, 2, 20: M Miner, 1. 20; A. Corlles,
3. !: J Iiwsou, .X, III. II HesklAn, scratch,
.J F Jame. 2, in, C II PuIIj. .1. is. tir. Atkln
Min..x. in. r. V. I ox.Trairh.ll. Piliedlvldni.
I.cwkm iropliy ax tareels, handicap
I llnll) wot si
; I Arcadia
A- i Astoria .
lor. ui'ul. Pit
I.UIIiweiitlit Champion Wolmist within
Ihe last torly-eiitht hours ban boon quoted
in three dllTeienl wuye ii'Knrdltnr the chal
Icnue of tiwen Moriiu, Hin KiikIIsIi luiKlllst.
First WotKnst announces that he will not
llk'hl Morn n before six inontlm luivo elapsed
anil will then Insist upon u finish contest.
Then cotnes a contllctlnc slalement to tho
elTect I hal ha villi consulted hla iiliyslclnti
he has beep informed that tin can resunio
lioxiui: wllhlii a month and that Muran
will have In wall until afler Woliia-l has
taken on I'm key Murarlaud, K 0. tlrown,
l,ew Powell or some oilier boxer of note
In n ten round bout. 'I he latest ultimatum
fioni tho Milwaukee ptntlllstlsmnde throuKh
Ins matiiiiroi, Tom Jones, and sets forth the
information that he will not be able to put
on n boxInK itlove for nt least two months,
aa the break In Ills nrm Is niendlmr very
In the opinion of sportltm men Wolunst
doesn't want any pmt or Mornii, else, he
would not Insist upon nieetlmr .Mcl'arland
first. Mtrnrland. acenrdinc to Wolgnat,
will be allowed to welith I3S pounds nt o
o'clock nnd will lie taken on for ten round
in Milwaukee ntsotne Indelllillo time. K. 0.
Ilrown's manacer oaya he hna tried In vain
to iln Woliist. down lo a matt Ii, one of
ten rounds nt 13:t pounds ringside, while
ns far as Lew Powell Is concerned there
Ik no i banco for him to'be seriously con
sidered bv Wolirast until he has defeated
such lightweights as One Hound IIokhii
and Anton l.aravp
Wolisast has IgtiotPd fihallenKe from
niinierous liKlitweiuhts for nearly onn year,
but Mor.in is tromi; to lay t laiin to the world's
liitlitvvpight oliiiintilonshlp, nctlnc under
piTrctl'Mit When he arrives In Chlcai;n
this week his manager. Charles .1. Harvey,
will pni a forfeil and Issue a chatlence
In Mor.in'" behalf to light within iilnet
days If ihe forfe.t is not tovered within
a reasonable length of time
Mor.in will claim Wolsasl's till" and will
defend ii ag.niisi all t outers
H.it'piig NeUoii, who should know what
ho is talking about, said the other tiny
llnsikljn Centos a
Clan llruce. .X
Clan Mrkcnlc 3
Mount Wrnim 2
St. lieorire o
i vvo isuni lor a win
ll o o
"W'olgnsi is the luckiest title holder
lightweight class has ever developed
is a se ond raler iiud Mor.in can stop him
n ippeklv as te siopH-d me I didn't
want io tight W'olgnst Inst I ebru.iry be
cause I v as not in Prat vlnsij run. but I
was bteiallv loitci! into tho mil, I- Ihe
piidiiotcr agiccd lo all of lit) demand and
I just had to light or mill, .lust think of
ll. In'iv rounds. W'olgasi tbdn'i kno. k
tne down nine, but nist -l.illoil and jabber.
until the iclereo iliouglit I wastire.l. Why
Two Toiirntninnta to llegln In Thli City
Tills Meek and l.mt Till .lUrch.
The hockey season will open this week
with the touninnieiibx of tho Amateur nml
Intercollegiate leagues. From now until
next Mnrch gatnea will bo played In the St.
Nicholas llltik until tho clintiiplonshlp In
path of these leagupH Is decided. So far
practice nnd exhibition games hnvo been
phi) ed which hnve been so good Hint Hie
hotkey loving public Is expecting soma
lively nnd closely contested games when
the teams meet for Hie championship titles,
In the Amateur League are the Now York
Athlello Club, llio Crescent Albletli) Club,
the HI. "Nicholas .Skating Club and tho
Hockey ("bib of New York. Tho schedule
arranged calls for each team lo meet eneh
other team twice, so that there will bo
twelve games In this tournament. Tho
Wanderer Hockey Club Ik still in the league,
but It has no team on the Ice this year. In
the Intercollegiate league nre Harvard,
Yule, i'rinieloii, Columbia and Dartmouth,
nnd halt of tlieso games will bo played here
nnil half in llo-ton. The date mid plate of
the Harvard-Yule game nave mil been de
termined yet, hut will pinbnbly be in this
city later in the season,
'I he playing strength of the teams in these
touttiameuta is largely a matter of conjec
ture. F.rcIi club In Hie Amateur League mid
each college tenni linn done well nt practice
mid each has lots of reserve player to draw
from to strengthen the main seven and there
Is so much material that the captains are in
A ri4iandary regarding the final selection
of the men to play for the trophic.
The Amateur Hockey Leagtio tourna
ment will open in the St. Nicholas Skating
lllnk ctirueauav night, when tho ,Vow York
Athletic Club will meet the Hockey Club
of New York. Tho New York lxthletlo Club
team lat week xrna defeated by tho St,
Michael's team from Canada, tailing to
score n single goal. For n team that baa
twice won tho Amateur League champion
ship, nnd ho conceded to be a factor In the
final disposition of the trophy, It showed a
surprising lack of ability In nil the esseutinl
reiiulreinent of good hockey Million Is
one nl the new Canadian players who has
boon tried In a game mid although reputed
lo he a great stick wleldor, liuvmr played
on several of the strongest tonne ncros the
bottler, he failed to show miv lorm here
that would Justify the prediction that he
Is going to cut any. very wltln swath in the
i local hockey Mold. Magor, Another t nine
dian. has shown to belter advantage In
s.iv one week prndire, but bin ahl'lty In nil actual chain-
: plousiiip game, wnicii is tne only ailpipiat"
I test ot a hockey pin) or 's skill, ta )et to be
. 'Ihe team of the Hockey Club of Now
, ork, vv hlch is scheduled to open Hip season
I'eimxjhnnla fllnx Three nnnrrl Mulch
I'riini V. V. N. V.
The team repreentlng the Cnlvorslty
of Pennsylvania which llnlslied second to
Cornell hi tho Triangular League tourni
metit, teenforcetl by a Chinese player, also
a fniverslly of Pennsylvania atndeiit,
delcitcd it team of tho College nf tho City
of New York on Ihreo boards by tho score
of 2 game to 1 at tho rooms of tho lllco
Chess Club In tho Cafe lloiilevanl yesterday.
Itudolpli L. So, the Chinese player, xvas
put in at tho second board nnil won Ills
gnme in line style after twenty-olio moves,
Norman T. Whltuker, who matlo n recnnl
of four straight wins In the Triangular
tournament, won handily at the llrst board,
but M, Toltclbaum, at the last table, suffered
defeat at the hands of SI, llncker of tho City
College mid n member of Inst year's cham
pion team at tho Manual Training High
School of llrooklyn,
Although China lias Iln own Mylo of chess,
tho sight of n native Chinese playing tho
Ktiropenn mid American game la n rare one,
ami coust-uueiiii) ntf, woo is n niuuuiit. iiii'"",,ni . . ',."" ; . . . . .
llin i l.emlonl cnirliieorln. sol.nnl nl fin i managed the while side III It PPlrojl, ttlllch
t ho uiemicnt engineering school nt tho I ( d(1 1(1, un jM ,0 Trl.ingnlu-
I n verstty of Pennsylvania, wan the centre , League tourney. Iladier quickly worltert
of interest In yesterday s match. Sw nc-1 up (l (elllng attack nml idaceil Iho g.imc to
quired his knowledge of chesn nbout four , 4 credit after tweutv-cight mexvs. Tho
proved too much for him nnd scored after
The best gmne of the match xvas won by
Whltnker at the first table, Tho IVntisvl
vaiilii crack iietinlreil a piece nfler emerging
from tho lennu opening, which lu selected.
Ho thereupon saerlllced n rook, remnlnlne
the exchange behind. The icsiiltlngnttaclt,
however, proved too much for Lolln to with
stand nnd he i .signed after thlrty-soven
move, leilelliaiim of Pennsylvania, nils-
year ago In Washington, where he was n
mourner oi uio vvasningion i iiosh anil
Clu'iker. Club, nml he linn to hi credit
drawn games both against Marshall and
Cnpahlanea, whon thosn ninslers plnyed at
tho Frmiklin Chess club, to which Iip now
belongs, eslerday S7e was pitted .against
L l. Kosovvskv, a graduate of Hie llrook
lyn Hoys' High School. Se, however,
Hiimmary of llr innli h:
lids. IVnntifrrinit. 1 I . (' .V V.
1 N T Whltnker .. FA. I.. Foils . ... 0
2 It I.. Se I I, II llosowsky 0
3 M.Trihlbnum o .t. Hacker I
Tnlal . 2' Total . I
Pennsylvania plar,l the white plce on the
llrst ami thlr.l hoard
, 1,., villi the .New 1 orK A 1 on I uesi av 11 g HI
a, 1 IIIH nr tile i llltllll'iwiis ft inuie im-iciiiiiiic'i
" tight than hockey enthusiasts expeei Hill v
1 ipissoii, w no mr many years coaciieu ami
. 1 ..!. ...1 .
1 .1 limiit-i tilt- It'lllll, liss lt'llt- iiuiii M,-(l,- .
Playing and the captaincy of It Is In the
' hand of Jimmy Hrltton, one of the most I
tclianio aim capatue ot tne younger fenera
tion ol playerr He is handicapped how
ever, by not having n many expert players
to draw' upon as Ills rivals, although in past
ohi the x 1 11 1 bus done surprlslnelv well
1 with the material It ha had at its disposal
It is expected mat peiore long tun team win
ll was a Joke 10 w ,11 the title thai way.and'be strengthened by several of the lornier
itsastiaineiii.il stu 11 a tour tluher lioiits piayei ol tho Wanderers team, nolablv
11 to day Mornn is the hardest hitter I t,aroti and Harmon. Duller baa already
ever met. alo a much greater pugilist than 1 Joined Hritton's nggregatlon, and Is play.
I for a draw, n for a lo
.M'oodoook. ,4, 2S: t.
t. 23: F
Mrlionaldn. llronx and Donricala lined two points
each for plavltic an Inrllelble ptater llun
carlans lined four point for plavlne Ineligible
pla)ers In two irame
To-day's schedule nf thnmplonshlp game
I the following xstoriii x. I'nmeroiis,
Crltchley vs. Coliiuibia llval nl Maniuette
Oval. llrooklyn 1 cities vs. Hungarians,
Mount Vernon vs Clan McDtifl, Honegals
vs. St. Ceorge
The 4,'lan McDonalds of llrooklyn will
go to Philadelphia to-morrow in order to
piny their game with the Hibernians of that
city In the third mund of the American
Football Association cup lie. 'Ihe llro.ik
Ivns will play tin' Paterson Hanger at
I'nterson in the Nation. ll 1-eagiio champion
ll Agar, secretary of the New York
Amateur Association Football League, ha
been presented with a gold watch by the
mejiiters of the league In recognition of his
t'oxr. xkii" veaits iiaxdicm;
Close Finish In HIk Hare at Jacksonville
.HcKsoxviLtE, Fla., Deo. 31.--The rai-en
to-day were run o-ver a heavy track, but
notwithstanding tho disagreeable weather
the attendance, wan a large one. I'. .1.
I Pons' Font won the New Year's Handicap,
nt one mile Font was badly Interfered with
by Donald Mat-Donald, after making the
flisi turn, but In tbe stretch Font caught
Donald MacDonald and the two fought It
out all tho way to the finish, with Font
i home in front by a short head. It was a day
of good price horses, as I, M. (ireeti was
the only winning favorite-.
1 ii. Jame, 2. 21: C II. Pull. 3. 21. U. 1 ell
2. . .1 I James. 2. 13: It 1: Fox. Jr. 2. 19, J .
Lawson V 19; II ltetan. scratch. 17; Ir. AlMn
boi .X, n. ti. llrower. 2. 13
.Shootoit H w Woodcock. 4.21. F. II. Stephen
son. seratrh, 21: M Minor. 1. 19.
Team Itare, 2.X Tared. Handicap- F. II
Mephenon and J F James. 2, 43. C. H. Jame-.
and . XI Miner 3. 13. ti. Felix and C. It. Pull. 5, 41.
Shootoi! F II Mephenson and J F. Jame.
2 in r II Jame ami l Miner. 3. 12.
Slake 'Irophy. 2.x Target. Handlrap F. II.
Stephenson, scratch. 23. M Miner, 1. 23, Ii. llrower.
2. 72 It I' Fox Jr. 2. 21. C It. James, 2.21. J. it.
Vnnddtrer 1.21 1. I i lls. 2. 21: .1. S. l-awson.
:.. 20 t Lorkumsl . 2. I. II llesUn. scratch. IX.
J I .lames,; 17 II W Woodcock, 4, 17. A Cor
iis a i, i ii runs. ,i. it, i w.i u. scrairn, it. , , . . : . .." ,, A..At...i .. t.-..i.,..
til.e Trophy, . sliootn!! F. II. StCi'hcnon. 1 1 " ' "l '"'-""s, ." " ' ' . '.'. i. t
seuirh 21 VI Miner. I. 23. Second shisitott. , collarbone as tho result : of a fall l.roin Hail
inuie condition F ll. stcihcnon. scratch. 20; New II , In the second event. I he horse
.11 Miner I In I stumbled making the turn Into tho back-
Sperlal Shoot, to Pairs nf Doubles: Scratch I stretch Hint threw Hell over hla bond. Hoth
I 11 Mtphensnn. 13 11 Miner. 12. C. ll Pull, 12. horse and rider slid along tho track for a
.lockey Hell, who has been the leading
W least, nnd ttiough lie is an Fiigllshnuiii
he is enliileii to fair pl.iv He has chal
lenged Wolg'ist fnlrly and s'liimel). Wol
r ' is afiatd of him and Is just nlng ihe
ii.o'iicd biokcn arm as an excuse to avoid
a '..utle loraii will have the support
of ev erv bod If he laiuis this fellow V title
ai-or. ling lo tho rules, for Wolgast Is no
longer regarded as a leal champion, lies
n bluDer ami mi imitation tighter."
ll Moran I fun-el to claim Wolaast's
title Manager llurvey av the Hntish
boxer will remain In nierlca and meet
the bot men in bis class "He'll not lake
the ti'le home to F.iiglatiil." said Harvey
elerdav, "and if I reddle Welsh wants
a crin-li at it he'll have to come over here "
'Ihe nets that Hugh Mcintosh has
matched Sam l-nngford and Hill l.ang.
th Australian champion, to light nl the
Olvmpln. I oiidon. on I'elirnnry lt caused
much t.iik In pugilistic circles yesterday
ll will be interesting to tlud out how Al
Kaufman mid .lick .!oh!iou relish this
niinotinceitieni If l.ntgford liappons to
whip juu it Is believed that there will
lo another shuflllllg of the curds with the
Hostou 'I ar ll.ihy again nial'ing It unpleasant
for Dclanoy's California pupil and the big
negro champion It looks very much u-s if
I.angford's manager, Joe Woodman, has
stolon it mnrili on Kaiilman in gelling a
match with Ling, but Woodman is n
quick thinker nnd knows where the cnble
oftlces are Mcintosh ba no sentiment
and is nfier the coin. Langford-Lang
tight never could bo any thing but a gieat
, I n, h-iIi i i-nril nml VV',w I in n it tliriire nil
the time itut by stopping Ling the iloston ! two
slugger vtlll then be in a position to forte
Kaufman into n light on the other side
Woodman believes Kaufman will plove
a" eay as Lmg and that .laek Johnson
will then be comnelled lo rerugnle Ltng
ford. Nou can find many ring followers
here who are rendv to b"t that Langford
in sjon hoth ijing anil Ivaurman If u sur-
le'lx 11 C It James, in. Dr. Atkinson.:
(. llrower : II llrlati. o
biting cold wind from off Ihe Sound
drove the clay rock whirling so wildly at
th Tracers Island traps yesterday that
I he summaries.
First lUvc -Five and a half furlongs-Mark
Xntnnv II .ino U Daventiortl.S to 1. won; Marie
Hide. to.i Item. .X lo 1. second: SylvcMrls. I0.X
not n single shooter hung up n perfect ivllon. .' m 1. third. Ttme, Uin I .V Haitian t
score of :'.", six events were run off and Star. Petlnilmter. Mailord. Peep over, itcix-oii
though -ome crack who usunlly figure ' F , Lud NrlNin, Hilly lkslemcr and La Salle also
on si-r.iith were on tho line the best wns 23 i ran ,
II orbell. w ho made It in the scratch . ,nh'r'' "rCehV,",vPli? xU.;.rlVi Uin '
pent-tli' Dr i ulv.r made 22 for the Spe- '"",) " " JJ M J ' "rfn'i ih rd
..al Trophy, both being good exhibitions 1 inVnrt', iV i-on I'liiMlnA lili
01 i.i irksman-l.ip in lh .ondltlons that I T,inadVews ll fell
provalled I Thlr.l ll'ace Six furlnns- T. M. fireen. 112
Iho honor or high gun of l ie day was I iimvIm. n m .x. won. ik-smi. lis i(inldu-lui. h
woll earned by tills Luubeck of Newark. 7 ti 1, second Master Hots-rt, 111 illutwrlli, toS, 1 old (Junker, to Kngland Moore lias n
third Time. 1 u 1 .-, (irorce s. Iiavi. nunman , match on with Xlatty Haldwlii In Iloston
and Long Hand alo ran. I .-1 1 1 t will sail immediately after It De
l ourth Ha.-e The New X ear's Handicap: one rlo, tms received a cable from Mcintosh
initi- 1 inn. , niiiniiriii , i - 11m nm i,
lug 111 Ids old time form
Til" second game of the series will be
played on 'I htitday night with Iho St
Nlohtiln nnd Crescent Athletic ( lub teams
fating Hie rubber. When the tPums began
practice a month ago it looked as if the
St Nicks would be very much in II. o ehani
iiloiishln light, a the litieuti showed Souther,
Chew, Kay, (iortlon and ltrock Putnam In
their accustomed places, wllli l ietner de
fending the t age anil a new man in Maker,
the phenomenal playing captain of the
St Paul team, which vanquished Princeton
in onu of the sensational gnnies of In-'
season Hut when the Wm. catiij for Cat t.
Gordon to make n final selection of the uvti
to compose the regular team Souther,
('hew nnd Putnam declined to play and It
was learned that the faculty had refused
IliiLee tMirttilualmi If, nliit- fin nut iilltstllp
team, he now being r. freshman at Princelon
and ineligible a n member of tills yenr's
varsity team by the Intercollegiate one 5 ear
'Ihe Crescent Atlilotlc Club lenm is the
one which Is expected to fight the Mercury
Footers hardest for tho ehaniplnil-hlp.
Hoth teams have now two leg on the cup
and a victory this year will decide Its lliinl
possession L is needless therefore to say
that tho team fom llrooklyn has been
at rengthoned In every position and Is fully
equal to tho ono which captured the cham
pionship three years ngo. Dufresne. the
sturdy littto player formerly of the Wan
derers, Is a real acquisition to the team,
and slilrreff, who deserted the Crescents
to Join the New , ork A C and was a nrom-
Inent factor in the latter winning the cup
years In succession, lias netloeo 10
loin his old teammates and will have hin
"old position a rover. The team Is a well
; balanced one nnd will be In tho struggle to
On Saturday night Columbia and Prince
I ton will piny the turning game in the inter
.collegiate championship series. 1 olumbin
(Started off well, but lost several promising
I plaver because they were conditioned In
! studio Ihe team, however, did well
The P.ickev Mi I'arlanil-lack Goodman 1 away from home nnd won some pa me,
ton round bout nt ihe Fairmont v, C has 1 Princeton, the present holder of tho cham
been fixed for January 17. as (joodtuan ' plonhlp title, has a good team nnd seems
wants more time to train .Meanwhile to be very evenly matched with Vale In
Cvi lone Smllb of Hoboketi. a slugger from : the series between these two plaved nt
Slugv ille. has peon miitcliisi 10 meet i.e.icn
cross at the Fairmont A C on January lu.
tlclent number of rounds are provided.
Xbtnnger McMahon of the Fmiure
( lirown and
of lliirlein has secured Iv
loinmv Murphy for a ten round bout to
be dis-idod on the night or January 2.Y
Ihe weight conditions call for 131 pound
in 11 o'clock Several weeks ngo lirown
hatiimered Murphy for keeps in the Olympic
V ( 's ten fool ring and Murphv has been
demanding another chance ever since.
S J , who seemed three bracket along
with the leg for Ihe tournament cup He
bociimo the challenger by being high gun
lor 'he nice and in Hi" shoot oft he beat
f.eorge ,1 Corbelt. Ihe holder, by one tar
get The t bib's Special Trophy and the
Wcntley Itlcl.ards I ropl.y were his other
V I. Itonney won the leg on the Decem
ber cup. but he did not win the cup out
right Previous to yesterday (ieorge J
I orbott had scored two legs, which vic
tories returned him as Hie permanent owner
0 t (irltinell won H.e leg on tho Haslln
1 he scores
Practice shoot 2.X targets, handicap ll .1
1 orbctl. 23. Dr lulver. 21, Dr De Woht. 20. tin
t-cmbeck, 211: I), C lirlnnrll. IX: W. It Ogrden.
Jr ix, ti N mucins. 17; I.. I.. Ijiwion, la, A. I:,
Haxlla Cup 2.x tartret. handicap -O C firtn
rtfll. 1. 20. (ilia Lemheck, 1, so. Dr. lie Wolff. 3, W;
I! N Jl luteins. V 19; 1,. I.. Uwlon. S. 19; W II.
Dinlen Jr , 3. Ill: (i. J. Corbeti, scratch, 111; Dr
I ulver, scratch. IX; A K. Ilanney, 3. in.
shootoit -2.X lartrei, handlcan-O. C Urlnncll,
sciatcli. II'. Ilns limbeck. I, 18
December Cup 2.X tatgrts, handicap--A. F.
Ilanney. 3 21 U ti Ojiien. Jr . 3, 20; o, C (irln
ncll, scratch. 19: tilts bembeek, 1, la: ti. N Hug
clns. 3, !, I,. I.. Liwton, .X. 17. (J J. Corhett,
snatch, in. Dr. De WoliI,3. 1; Dr. Culver, srralch,
Chih's Special Ciip2.. targets, handicap--(.us
limbeck, 1, 23; Dr. Culver, scratch, 22; 0. C
(irlnnell. scratch, 1: W. It. Ozdrn, Jr.. 3. 19;
F Ilanney, 3. 1; (i. .1. Corhett. scratch, 17;
I. 1. Uwlon, .X. 17; (i. X. Ilucslns, A, 17; Dr. De
v nirr, 3. in
Tournament Cup- 2.x targets, handicap Oua
l-embeck, aeralrh, 21; Dr. Do Wolff, 3. 21; O, C
irlnnell. scratch. 19, (i .1. Corhoti. scratch, 19;
V i: Ilanney, ;, IX; W. II. Dgden. Jr., 3. IX; Dr.
Culver, (.crutch, IV (i ,N lluiglns, b, 17; I.. !
ton, .X, 17
ShoototT for tho Leg - 2.x targets, handicap
(,u Lemheck. challenger, scratch, 22. (i, J, Cor
l.eil, scratch. 21
Weatl-y Hlrhard Trnpli) l targatt, scratch,
len pair of ilouhlrs (ins Ix-nihrtk. tl, Dr. Dc
Volfr, lo.ti c.iiilnnell.u. Dr Culvcr,7
Th I'.ssejc coiiniy Country Club ran off
B.x evenln yesterday, the big event being
ihe ItorH challenge cup, which was won
by Juines A. Hart, tint holder. Austin
I olgato wa high gun. a he won Hie first
event mid a leg on tho Taylor cup, The
Daly cup wan won by Dr D. W. Cranberry
uDer a tie with Austin Colgate, C II. Daly
mid Jame , Wart,
iropny snoot- 2.x tar jet, handicap Amtln
(ol I ale. n, 2.1; O. II. Daly, scratch. 2; Dr. D, W.
Cranberry, fl, 20; Jamea A. Hart, scratch. 19.
, I. hhjnley, Jr.. 2, int J. ti. lto, Jr.. a, lit;
Prof James De Forest announces that
will lake Pal .Moore, the eighleeti-year
.lack Parker, won. Ilonalil McDonald. 12ft llllirns
u io v second. c,uy Fisher, tin tbangi. 20 to 1
third lime. 1 12. Jark Parker. Mary Davis
bagman, Tom Jfayward and Carlton (i. also ran
Fifth Hare Six furlongs- bourence P. Dale .
ton iliutwelli. 7 10 2, won: All lied. Ill iDaven
strll. 3 10 2. second. Slar nine, lot IMfTaggari'
In to t, third time. P14 3-.V Ida D.. Naunrile.
SalvolatlU'. Smoker and Hurk also ran.
hlith Hair One mile and seventy yard
Karl of lllchmonil. 1.0 Kioosel, 12 lo I, woi
Camel, ton l)avenporti. la lo .X. second; Spindle.
103 KiroMi. 12 10 I. third. Time, 1:47 4-.X. Siar
(lvcr. Ausil'i Sturtevant, Mlnot, Mamie Mg.il.
Ten Paces, Stum-man and Arondack also ran
IX.iritV'S F.iST RACE.
I'iuali a Track llrcord In Handatnrin
It'anhz, Mexico, Deo. nl The perform
ance nf Injury In winning the .Salpingo
Helling Slakes at Tnrrnzan Park lo-day
stumps him an one of tho beat horses now
quartered at tho (rack Ho carried ll'i
pounds, and thougli the wind and sand
storm wan at Ita height, he stopped ihe
mile and a sixteenth in 1:43, equalling tho
track record for the distance
(ireen Seal cut out n terrific pace to the
upper turn, where It. Wilson sent Inuiry
Into the lead, but hero .lacquelina chal
lenged, and In a terrific drive Injury miin
uged to last long enough to win by three
quarters of n length.
The first sandstorm of tho meeting broke
over the track to-day, causing the big crowd
to seek shelter under the grand -lands.
'Ihe wind blow a gale nt times, but lust time
was made In nearly all the events
'I l o summaries:
Flrat Hare Five and a half furlongs Hci
bass, im (Alleni, la to 1. won;. Soon, lax (Murphy.
.X to 2, second, firn Mica, 113 illlcri, 3 to I. third
Time. 1 07 S-.x. Ileraaw, Texan. Doughty. Ilalella
and Agility also ran. ......
Second llacr-Five and a half furlongs I'll
Meter, 119 Uxmdrrl. 4 to I, won; Klder. tin it.
Hmllhl. 9 lo 1, second: Crraton. 119 I.Mtiirei,
.X to 2, third. Time. tfta. Joe hhilrh, Tom
Mrdrnth. Florence A.. Hon Ton and Cohlosklll
I nJsA run.
'. T.ilrd llaoe-Hlve and a
i.llerlng a nurse for a twenty round bout
with Freddie Welsh, the Fugll-h light
Han Johnson and Carry Herrmann, lu
tonirol ot the National Commission, have
openly declared that the FJixtern League
and merii mi Association are wasting time
the iiatloi.nl agreement
minor leagues kick over the traces they will
cot all ihe trouble they want." sav Johnson
ami Herrmann, nut as a mailer ot tact
the only trouble that could be made for
these nourishing minor league would be
raids on their players, which naturally
would overburden Ihe club lu the major
leagues with surplus player and Increased
salaries. The major league clubs are top
heavy even now with about thirty player
each, so that in the event of a break they
would not ne inciiiieii io utae an auuiiio.
Cleveland Princelon won two out of three
guinea and each contest was so close that
extra periods were necessary and nil 'hree
games werow&n by ono point Harvard
has a good team and has shown wull in
practice game ngainst Iloston nmatetir
teams, nnd Dartmouth too Is doing well,
so that this tournament should lie a most
ICE Y WIITIXO.
Winn Uas A llace
IUt Mink, Dec. :n In a light southwest
bronze over tho Fair Haven Ice Yacht
Club's triangular course four bout of class
A sailed a close anil exciting race this nfter
nonn. Ilendric kaon and Little's Jennie
finished first, with Floyd Smith's Nellie
Taylor second anil Clinton Wllber's Persona
third William Itennett's Itussell ll. fouled
the stake In the third round and was ruled
higher classification under i ',lt.."t V"!."11?' 1 V.V. f.i" nlB w7" ,?1,1"rr
If these inllated ""- i o mu
untitle niuwr- inn ,,t,i iimi-n m , 111111111 ',
beating the Nellie Taylor by n few seconds
in class II John llobroiigli'i Nibs finished
first in 4J minutes for tho ten miles. Henry
Schneider's Douglass was second, l.tnton
Mlnton' Flyuwuy third nnd .Mortimer
( urchin swamp itotun fourth
Kdvvnrd Asav s Daisy, ono of tho Ilerl
Hank third class yachts that will defend
tho championship pennant this season
with 'labor Parker, Kdvvnrd W'lllln nnd
Charles Hunt's Imp. xvas out to-day In time-
of iilavcrs away from the twt I i" "'.' weni along at a fast cup
Convinced of (bin fact, close rno vvait naniiieti ny ino ow tier s on, Harry
iiiiI,.iiim nf baseball imlltics are sure that
if the mcncan Association and the Fast
em League assert themselves by with
drawing Irotii so-culled organized baseball
ll will not be long before their ilejnands are . brc J' '"?!!'
formally troognied. In point of popula- '! .'"""i' ,1
noil, nci'oii.nit; i ti.'- ..'" i rim in, tin - ;,,,,"-: ,,f ,1U rw,....i tli i ..
, linn- iisu ,'.-iii,,,i,b in,- iiuihh nil I '- si Ml r
lie lloat and x.achl Club The Say When
iiiiiiriciit. VhKoclatlon and tlio Kastern
League einbraee numerous mnjor league
cllles and appear to be entitled to a higher
rating. It Is a noteworthy fact that from
the foundation of organized baseball the
major have never allowed the minor to
climb above a certlau rung of the ladder.
Hut the game is growing with wonderful
rapidity and the leading minor are now
powerful enough to sign a declaration of
ll-Hllcr, 1. mill Scrfbe
23; Jamea A,
'.clar.d H. Hosx. a, 17;
jailor Cup 2. targets, handlrap- Austin
Colgate, a. 2.; C. II. Daly, scratch, 21; Dr. D W.
Cranberry, n, 31: A. J. Shanlry, Jr . 3, 21. belaud
H Rosa, s, in; James A . Hart, scratch. 13: J. o.
ttoas, Jr., a, t.x; i;. it, Flier, 4, 13: 11. scribe.-, I, i;;
HH'.'S" W'llaon, a. in; Kenneth II. (iordon, a, In
T 0, Goodrich, a, 1.1; H. T. Howler, a. 13.
Da y L'UO-Dr, D. W Cranberry, n. 5- Xn.iln
t mgaic. . 4j; i,. it. i
llarl. aeralch. 52 1 1' 11
a. 19: II. serlhrr. I. in: A. J
Inland 11. Hoax. 8, It; Theodore
hrnneth 11. (ionlon. a. 13: '1'. c (inndrlch. a. i.x
W'. A.Siesart.a, 17; A. D. Hcdlev.n. IX.
Hart Trophy 20 tarreta. arrateh; ten pairs of
doubles K. II. Filer, tj; Austin Colgate. 10;
il. II. Daly. 9; Dr I). U . Cranberry. B: J. (1. Rosa
Jr.. B; It. Scrlbner. . W A. Stewart. 7: A O,
HrtJIry. 8: It. T. Howler, ft; I.eland II, ltos, 8;
Jamrs A. Hart, ft
Rout Challenge Cup-Won by Jamea A. Hart,
In anticipation of the big ahoot to-mor-
l.21;J.(l. Hoss, Jr..
.Shanlry, Jr , 2,17;
Klorr W'llon, . 17;
half filrlnntra Hocr
font. 114 iMurhhvl. 4 to 1. won: lley FITuvar. Ill
It'ottonl, 20 in 1, serond: I'reen. 1111 (Mulcoi, '
a loft, third. Time, lux. John Mooney Mllpltav i
.tit a ii. ttrrs.ist... i.aitjr sfuoi.tj-, iirnimn niinim
and Fancy also ran.
Fourth Hare Santiago Helling Slake, one
mile and a sixteenth Injury. 119 (Wllsnni. ft lu 2.
won: Jacqueline. 103 (Van Duaenl, ft to 2. sercnit:
Durante. 117 (Metier). 7 to 2. third. Time. I I.X,
Taboo and Oreen Heal also ran.
Fifth llacr-One mile -Short Order, 107
(Mt-Ceel. even money won. Roberta. Iu7 illlrci,
7 to 2, second; Shamrock, 107 (Murphv-i. n In I,
third, 'lime. 1:40 19 l. Dcitra, Tug itnat,
1'lllaln and I'd Holly also ran.
Sltth Race One mile-Kopek, Iln iMiirphyl,
8 lo I, won; llannli. nil uianzi, a lo , lecond;
.Nethermost, lux lltlcei. 7 lo 2, third time,
1:402 5. Acumen. Raninn Corona, Light Wind,
Miss Caithness and lloylc also run
lllcbard mid I. tine Winners of the School
Moio than thirty ambllloits young skalors,
started In the rates for schoolboys yester
day nt the St Nlcholaa rink, and the alottod
h'ltidlt'ap vvuresneqiiltabln that tho finishes
I lu Hie '.wo events wore clone anil Interesting
i Hundreds of spectiitor-s i.'eneroiisly op.
plauded the effort of the little champions.
I IIP IJIOO lOI ...Mini-is wnn nun iif o.
Illchartts of Public School tl, who never
beforo started In these lines He had
thirty yard on (lershal, Anderson mid
Jenkins, llio Scotchmen, but ho hud speed
enough at tho start to cab h the limit men
on the second lap and hold his advantage
to the cud, although (I Splegelberg of
Hamilton Insiliule, a twenty yard man,
pressed him closely at Ihe lliilsh
Spills were frequent In the race for
seniors, ei lally among tho Inexperienced
Automobile Show Slews
and Other Sports in
snv. n coming skinner
I.ONd Hliast'll, N J, Dee. 31. -Cnpt
Asher Wardell won hi Initial ice yacht race
this season this afternoon, when in a light
brcee lu sailing the Say W hen. Capt Henry
new yacni, no neat tne . i,.
rlncelon. The race wan for tho
liad n comparatively easy victory, beating
the , 1,. N C, by 2 minutes and Hailing tho
len miles in .11 niliiutoa 'I he Princeton
wa a close third.
Five boats of tho Long Hranch Ice lloat
nnd inoht Club started the race for tho
championship pennant this nfternnon
After nailing twelve mid a half miles the race
was declared off. as It was loiiuil Impossible
to finish within the time limit When tlm
race wa declared off tho Drub led lu 44 27,
the Isabel wns second in 41 .'III and tlio Jack
Frost third in 43:43. The Hlanche withdrew
on the second round mid Rainbow II., o. W,
Roberts's new boat, on the fourth round.
Hkaler on the long marks 'I his enabled
A Latin of Poly Piep., who had eighty ) mil
on Larry Harnett, ihe schoolboy cham
pion, to win In a close finish with I' Spolgel.
berg mid .1 til hi 11 Hlce, who were second utid
'I ho Htiniuiarli's
Quarter Mile Race; Junior Won by 11. J
Hlrhard. P S ft. :iu yard. J. Spclgolberg,
ttanilltt.ii Institute, 20 yard second, A (ierahall,
P S IHi. scralch. Ihlnl Tlmr. At I ft serond
Half Mile llace Senior Won by A 1-nnr,
Poly I'rep. an yar.l. F Sprlgrlberg, Hamilton
Iristltu tr, pm yards, second. Julian Rice, lirown
School, to jnnls, lliinl. Time, I minute 13 13
art ond a,
l.lent. I'oteet Head Coach for Navj.
An.n'AI'OI.P), Mil., Dee 31 The eincutlvo
coinmitteo of the Navy Athletic Associutlon
hns decided to eontliiuo tho graduato sys
torn of coaching lul baseball, begun Inst
year, with one non-priifesslonal asal-dani,
and hun named Lieut Ftetl II puteet, a
former Academy player, as bend coach.
Lieut I'oteet Is also tho baseball repie
sHiitatlvo of the associutlon, a position not
previously combined with that of head
coach, Lloul. I'oteet will hnxn as his
assistant II. M. Wheaton, the former Yale
baseball and football plaver, who was Hold
coach of tho Navy football team last season,
imapolli Ilefeata iell)slmrK.
AssAPiibts, Deo. III. Playing a game
that was remarkable fur speed, good team
work nnd accural goal shooting, tho mid
shipmen won at basketball tills afternoon
from (ieltysburg Collego by 71 to 13, Tho
visitors put up a stiff defence In the early
part of the game nnd Prevented a score
for over five minutes, lliny finally yielded
to the superior speed nnd physical condition
of tho Navy player nnd worn unable to
prevent the rapid series of scoring which
piled up tho big total, Wenzell, a veteran
of three years on the Navy quintet, wan
particularly fast and accurate In his work
iutd secured thirteen goali from tha flald.
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