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Says lie Is a Resident of IIIlliDoro Township
ship Somerset Comity Hag Votednepcatedly
RepeatedlY From There Never Votedtn
I tn New York Others flack Him IpJames
James D Duke tho cigarette king whois
is seeking a divorce from Lillian NannottoDuko
Duko to whom bu was married on November
ber 2 1004 was on tho witness stand fornoarlv
noarlv throo hours yesterday beforo Vlco
4 Chanoollor Pitney nt Newark Tho hoarIng
I Ing II t determine I question of jurlsdlctioiand
and legal residence Mrs Duko contendlnithat
l that her husband IH I resident of Now YorkMr
I Mr Duko says that ho Is I resident of1sbor
4 Hlllsboro township Somerset county N JIn
7 In fact ho owns most of the township haying
Ing established I park of nearly 2000 acrethoro
thor and built rtoveral million dollanworth
stables and ornamental
worth of roads houses stbles
and fountainsIt
mental gateways statues
It Is a sbo place of Now Jersey and insUwuof
of being 0 private reservation It Is open toI
i all visitors who conform to the rules ho bind
aid down who and refrain from killing thbirds <
I birds and animals or picking flowersMr
i Mr Duke teatllleu that ho was borrin
in North Carolina on December 23 1850nnd
r and left there In July 1803 when he purchased
I chased a farm of 100 acres at Kumarand
and has I since added to it until it haireached
a reached Its present dimensions In tmLexow
n Lexow Investigation in ISO ho gaveSomerset
Somerset county N J11 his residenceand
t and his counsel produced a lot of deeds yesterday
terday to establish his right to a residentin
I in Now Jersey Ho showed that he hacvoted
t voted repeatedly at Millstone Uillsborctownship
township sinco 1800 nnd that he was adolegato
v delegate to tho Republican national convention
tion at Chicago in 1004 representing hisI
v Congress district In Now Jersey Ho saicthat
LI that ho had never cast n vote In Now iorkand
t and had spent from Friday until Mondayof
I of every week at his Somerset home exceplwhile
n while abroadMr
whie Duko said that he employed about 30Cmen
liff men on hlx Jersey farm and that his OWEhouse
ffL house there contained eleven roomsSamuel
ffn Samuel Kallsch cro oxamined Mr Dukewho
who told of his various residences in NowYork
n York City For a year about 1802 he saidthat
n that et lived with Mrs Dukes mother inNinetysixth
n Ninetysixth street and ho told of sever
other places at which he had stopped whilein
in New YorkSeveral
n Several election officers and tho tax collector
n lector testified to Duke having voted andpaid
paid taxes in Hillsboro tiwnnhip MissMargaret
Margaret Smith cashier at the Duko farmtestified
I testified to Somerset county being Dukoaresidence
i residenceMiss
Miss Mary Smith a sister of Marparetwho
II who is also employed at the Somersethome
home testified to Dukes residence BothMary
h Mary and Margaret attended tho Dukowedding
Case to Test HIP Public Policy night totimploy
RC timploy Union Men SoldSupreme
L Supreme Court Justice Marean in EquityTerm
fctl Term Brooklyn yesterday heard tet
mony in the suit of William Kissam toenjoin
tlB enjoin the United States Printing Companyof
B of Ohio with factory in Brooklyn fromunionizing
frb unionizing the shop Mr Kissam besidesbeing
frw being a foreman in tho shop owns twentyfive
w five shares of stockTho
Ictl The question to be decided is whetheran
tltil an agreement made by an employing firmwith
w with unions to employ none other thanunion
union men and to discharge workmenunless
h unless they join the union Is void n againstpublic
public policy Mr Kissam for twentyliveyears
t years has been foreman of the electrotypIng
h Ing and stereotyping departments UntilMarch
tilP March 1002 the factory was an open shopAt
S At that time the firm had n largo contractOn
P On March 15 ltt02 President AilingerofBtereotypors I
Btereotypors Union No 1 and VipePresIdent
dent Brady of Electrotypors1 Union No 1visited
IsOl visited the shop and announced that theywere
were there to unionize it in both departments
I ments Ihey told William IL Poison oneof
til of the officers that tho two department
Ol had been unionized and that none butunion
OlAi union moat ho Idbo employed Mr PoisonBold
Bold he did not care but that tho men didnot
1 ed cre
tboo not have to join tho union if they didntwant
ooye want to This did not please tho unionleaders
leaders who ordered I strike and I boycott
yeRX cott which continued until January 1004nnd
RXBO and was so successful that tho companywaa
BOof was forced to enter into an agreement withthe
ta1 the unions I Is this agreement that MrKissam
Kissam and others complain ofWilliam
hr William R Poison testified as t thethreats
ni threats made by tho leaders of the twounions
n unions and as to circulars that had beensent I
sent out as a result of which the company
dodi lost thousands of dollars and its businesswan
PU wan seriously damagedWilliam
I William Schado a workman t tfett
that he was a nonunion man and that allklndfl
tt kid of threats had been made againsthim
diru him to Induce him to join tho union lie saidthe
c the union leaders told him that there wasnot
j not I nonunion shop between New Yorkand
li and Maine and that if he reftfced to jointho
1 tho union ho would ho discharged nndthrown
m thrown out of work and would be unable toget
get a job in any of tho shopsThe
ruR The case will bo continued todayMAIL
i One of the Stilling Ilrothers Gcti Jhe1lllt
I Limit of the LawBOSTON
toerif 1 BOSTON Dec 18 George and Guy RH1IIngs
t Ings president and treasurer of the de
e funct Preferred Mercantile Company worebrought
colpiH brought beforo Judge Lowell in the UnitedStates
State Circuit Court this nftcrnoonand
pal States Cur nfemonS
fii and sentenced upon the ornnl indictment
1u ment that of using tho mi in furtherance
lt ance of I lottery scheme I gy are nowsening
lee serving a years sentence each in the Charlesstreet
10 street jail for contempt of court in refusing
w ing to durrondor about 70000 In assets tothe
tin the river of the concernGeorge
t George Stlllings got tho maximum sentence
I tones I year in jail and Guy got fourmonths
tLu months Both men broke down and Guymade
hJ made n pathetic appeal for leniency TheirBisters
ncjnnv sisters sobbed in court nnd had to bo assisted
from the
nes sisted roomJudge
nnv Judge Lowell denounced the scheme asthe
antMn the grossest fraud that had ever beenin
f brought before tho court Tho StllllngsI
Mntlit Stiingtl
brothers have been the sincetho
< t brother hen fighting case Inc
tlitdcf the fall of 1003 when they wero arrestedThoy
dcf They formed the Preferred MercantileCompany
Wthe Company hero in March 1003 after theirPreferred
Preferred Tontine Company had beenlegislated
theot legislated out of Missouri Tho schemewas
th was to dispose of diamond rings Ac byredeeming
redeeming contract in numerical orderUUsJpssleSloanennd
fet DoltSlolnepe
H lis Jessie Sloane and William Enrlo Dodgeion
icotC01 ion of the late William Earle Dodge weremarried
married yesterday at St BartholomewsChurch
cot malo tstera lartholomelowl
owl Church Madison and
owSu Malon avenue Fortyfourthstreet
I street The side aisles were screened off withpalms
Suof i palms and the floral decorations were elaborof
ofrc j ate and effective On each sldo were sixhigh
high standards with hugo clusters of yellowchrysanthemums
ret hh stadars wih cu8ttS llowof
tied with yellow
chrysanthemums ribbonS
oftin I ch5themum tlo lb olow
S snd on every pow were wreaths of theseflowers
tinjinc flowers combined with Houthern smllaxand
and also tied with bows and ends of broadribbon
r ribbon In the chancel were palms and ascension
ll sion liliesThe
In The ceremony was performed at 1230 oclock
jinc by the Rev Dr Morgan Dlx and the Itov Driief
f cfI Leighton Parks rector of the church Tho
I bride was given away by her father Henry
° T Bloane Site worn whlto chiffon cloth withelbow
I in elbow sleeves with lace The unlIned V yokewas
I was filled In with closely shirred tulle undedged
iOu edged with silver Himnitlfcl Passerasnteriebie
apaUlr PI llnterlehie
Iblcliil Miss Emi fllonne attended her slittor ns nmlri
of honor The bridesmaids were liutli Vanderbllt
liilInnj dell Twoinbly Margaret Dlx fiybil Doug
las Mart tin MrCook Christine Illddln andViolet
I Violet Cruger The ushers who did not headthe
Innj th bridal procession but passed up the sidealale
any alale were Samuel Stevens Hand a cousinJohn
t I I John n McCullnugh I brotherinlaw Albert
ity bert Zabrlhklp Jrny Kcnnpth 1 Iludd Itprtrmde
Ift 11 tram de X CrtiRer irorpo Pnlen Know Hnlnh
a C Banger and Injiirs Met kkar talrhBler
N Williams Ir was the hRt man The hrlcrl if
hl < father cave a breakfast nt his home II Fat
f Slxtyejehtb street Thirc IUTI > o sealed iat
i at roomaV small tables In tho dining and rccrrtluurooma l
d ta
r V 1
Turfmen Hope to See n P WhllnejGet
Get a ruoe Wny David Gideon IiSadSheckard
SadSheckard Deal Causes a low
More Trouble for Edward CorrlcanMany
Many horsemen Who are interested Intho
the appointment of the new State Racingcommission
commission have expressed themselvesns
as favoring the selection of Harry PayneWhltnny
Whltnny who Is conservative well postedand
and heavily Interested In both Saratogaand
and Delmont Park Advocates of Mr Whitneys
neys selection say that he would be eipectedto
to act in the IntereaVof the turf at the sametlmo
tlmo being In close sympathy with tho JockeyClub
Club and the real purposes of the racinglaw
It Is not known whether Mr Whitneysname
name has been mentioned to the Governorby
by Influential stockholders In the variousracing
racing associations but the fact that he hasa
a strong following among active racing menIs
Is regarded as a reason why he should be considered
sidered I Is said now that when the nowcommission
commission Is appointed the members of Itwill
will bo asked to grant a license to James Butlers
lerH Empire City track Yonkers which wasturned
turned down last winter when Its applicationto
to the Jockey Club for racing dates was liedFurthermore
Furthermore It Is stated that the presentopposition
opposition to thn reappointment of AugustJJelmont
JJelmont to the unclog Commission Is basedupon
upon the Empire City turndown E D Morgan
gan It is said Is practically sure of reappolntment
meat but rumor has It that John Sanfordwill
will not consent to serve again I Is generally
ally understood that Gay Higgins will appointa
a commission that will be strictly unbiasedIn
In Its disposal of track licenses In futureThero
There Is I story going lh rounds to thoeffect
effect that no lees 0 personage than DavidGideon
Gideon has been the victim of robbery on Ipecular
peculiar scale I appears that Gideon gaveJ400
J400 one day last week to a certain commissioner
sioner with Instructions to place It withItobert
Itobert Davis on tho horse Deuxtemps whowon
won at long odds According to the yarnthe
the commissioner was sent around the nextday
day for 18400 which he placed In his righthand
hand trousers pocket but on the way backto
to Gideon a clever crook silt the pocket opennnd Iand
and took the roll When the commissionerreached
reached Gideon he found that he had no moneywhereupon
< whereupon David for the first time In manymoons
moons actually turned a hair I U safe tonay
nay that i will be a long time before Gideonwill
will take chances with commissioners againEdward
Edward Corrlcan Is having a peck oftrouble
trouble just now at the Instance of CurloyBrown
Brown who holds a big block of stock In thoCity
City Park track New Orleans but Is undergoing
going tho process of an attempted freezeoutDrown
Drown has sole some of his stock to WesternJockey
Jockey Club member and says that I hesucceeds
succeeds in deposing Corrigan from theleadership
leadership of the American Turf Association
tion tho warfare at the Crescent City willquickly
quickly cease Drown further asserts thatseveral
several of Corrtgans allies In the A T Ahave
have tired o the Master of Hawthornesmethods
methods and want peace Corrigan raeanwhllo
whllo Is sawing wood but that he Is worryIng
Ing many Western horseman are reasonablysure
Scrappy Bill Joyce has come out of hisretirement
retirement long enough to contribute the I
Kern to current baseball literature GeorgeAde
Ade and all other humorists would go out ofbusiness I
business If the true history of the New Yorkmisfits
misfits of ills were ever written We used tohavo
have about 187 people In the stands Including
ing ushers During one four game serieswith
with the Bostons at the Polo Grounds the Hubteams
teams share of the four games was 142 Thobetting
betting was usually 10 to 1 against New Yorkand
and sometimes It was as much as 25 to 1It
I was 100 to 5 one day In the ghtb inningthe
the scoro was 7 to 0 In Boston avor Thenthe
the 120 men sat back In the stand and saw themlBtlts
mlBtlts make seven runs and tie the score Intho
the ninth finally winning out In the eleventhThe
The Boston practically dropped dead andthe
the misfits did not win again for aThere weekThere
There Is a pronounced howl from Chicagofans
fans over the deal which transfers MaloneyMcCarthy
McCarthy Casey and flrlgus to Brooklyn forLeft
Left FielderSheckard and President Murphywhomadethe
who made the transfer Is coming In for somesharp
sharp criticism on the ground that Brooklyn
lyn will receive much the better of the transaction
action While Sheckard batted for 22 In 120games
games and had a field average of 007 it ispointed
pointed out that Maloney who Is bound toImprove
Improve with experience batted for 260 InMS
MS games with a fielding average of 054while
while the other averages were 232 and 040for
for Casoy In 142 games and 270 and 066 forMcCarthy
McCarthy In fortythree games Chicagofans
fans say that Sheckard ha practically seenhis
his best days and that his well known spirit ofInsubordination
Insubordination cannot be kept in checkTho
Tho signing of Cincinnati contract brEdward
Edward llnnlon has brought to the surfaceagain
again tho old argument that Hanlons successas
as tho manager of tho old Baltimore andBrooklyn
Brooklyn champion teams was chiefly duo tothe
the presence of such players on the bench withhim
him as McGraw Kclley Jennings KeelerRobinson
Robinson HhecknrdltclUBrodlo and othersand
and that when he lost the services of thesestars
stars the former Brooklyn manager failed toreplace
replace them with now discoveries HanlonsCincinnati
Cincinnati engagement means much to himHo
Ho will have plenty of money with which tosecure
secure desirable talent and he will also boallowed
allowed to exercise absolute rule I he fallsunder
under Garry Herrmann It will bo time thento
to set forth the fact that to McGraw and theothers
others anion real owed much of his BUOcess
Eight Western colleges have held a conference
ference on football and have agreed thatathletics
athletics should not only be under the management
agement of the faculty but that paidcoHcluw
coHcluw should he eliminated also that therules
rules should bo changed But these collegeshave
have not undertaken the task of changingthe
the present football code themselves regardless
lens of the reforms promised by the rulescommittee
committee Incidentally the rules committee
tee has received formal suggestions fromGeorgo
George Woodruff the old Yale player andcoach
coach who advocates among other thingsa
a weaker defence to bo accomplished by thepermanent
permanent fixture of six men In the rushline
line and a rule that will compel three of thofour
four men back of the llnoto stand at leastten
ten yards back of the bal Woodruff advocates
cabs also Walter Camps ten yard rule andrays
rays that penalties should b inflicted fortaking
taking out time and for dirty footballHarvard
Harvard seems bent upon stirring uptrouble
trouble In the football world The latestcomplaint
complaint Irom Cambridge charges Yaloand
and Princeton with bad faith In
Irlncton wih falh not livingup
up to tho accepted suggestions of PresidentKoosevelt
Koosevelt to representatives of the threeuniversities
universities looking to a general cleansingof
of the game Possibly the circulators ofhene
these charges forget that in the game withPennsylvania
Pennsylvania which followed the conferenceat
at Washington a Harvard man was ruled offlor
for rough play while the Crimson elevenWAS
WAS repeatedly penalized for holding andoffside
offside play Harvard It would seem shouldbe
be consistent I nothing riseif
I Philadelphia Jack OBrien cannot tko
punlshmcnkfnd lacks a heavy punch oalda I
a Broadway porting man yesterdayhow
L ± e
on earth does he expect to beat Fitrslmmonunless
unless It Is by running around the ring afterJim
Jim Corbetts stylewith the Idea of outpointIng
Ing the Cornlshman In twenty rounds I
looks now as If Fltz would enter the ring tomorrow
morrow night at Frisco the favorite In thebetting
betting as all the shrewd men on the Coashave
have picked him to winMarvin
Marin Hart with Tommy Ryan as mentor
IS out with a challenge to fight any man inthe
the world for the heavyweight championshipJeffries
Jeffries preferred Ryan who is back ofthe
the challenge evidently believes that Jeffcan
can nover get Into condition for tmothefight
fight and that Hart Is safe in making such aboastful
boastful offer
Gallagher Thinks Cutler a ChamplonshliProbability
Probability Results In Class D Tourn eyThe
The work of Albert Cutler of Boston ingrand
grand averaging 150 for a weeks play nl
182 balk line In the Brooklyn tourney whichEdward
Edward McLaughlin won last week calls attention
tentlon to the jiiogress made by this yotinjplayer
player Cutler Is only 20and yesterdayTom
Tom Gallagher who has played against hima
a good deal of late raid ho regarded theBoston
Boston expert ne the possessor of championship
ship promise He can play well when behind
hind can play with either hand and I dontknow
know anybody who plays mass shots anybetter
better except Schaefer said Gallagheryesterday
yesterday las willing to play nil the timetoo
too and thats a good sign Ho has improveda
a great deal since Iloppe beat him In thiscity
city and has the making of a championMark
Mark Muldaur met with his third deieatyesterday
yesterday afternoon in the lass B llinonbalk
balk line tournament at Maurice Dalys and
f E Van Vleck scored his third victoryMnldaur
Mnldaur gave Van Vleck a stiff battle In thelast
last hundred before he succumbed Playingtiptop
tiptop balk line billiards ho ran 31 then 31and
and had but 12 pints to go finishing the latterrun
run when he came to grief on 0 mlscueVan
Van Vleck was In the lead most of the timeand
and displayed some clover counting on widespread
spread shots I was I tight finish VanVleck
deck In his last Inning gathering the ballsby
by precise execution and holding them untilha
he ran tho necessary twelve to end the gameThe
The scoreVan
Van leck4 4 2 0 6 I 0 3 8 3 0 0 2
4 3 21 8 0 22 0 0 13 2 10 1 10 12 2 1 1t
4 148 04 104411 7 1 18 2 0 4 1 18 1e
e 10 13 Total 300 Average 5 tI HighrunsSJ
runsSJ 22 21 3
Jtuldurfl27 718020 518110110 05
10136013 I 0 1 0 012 43 1 0142371
14 1 C 0 1 2 14 I 2 0 0 3 0 31 33 0sTotal
Total 201 Average 5 10iS High runs3
There wan a oood game In the evening hotween
tween William lamp Dr Douglas Thoquality
quality of the play also was good Grsheldoing
doing the more consistent work and winningwith
with a run of 10 after a siege of safety mrdlclne
cine Despite the latter both men averagedbetter
better than 5 The scoreGcrshel
Gcrshel 17 1 R 7 10 4 10 9 2 0 0 5 0 5Ii
Ii 6 IQO 13 Zo 0 0 Zo 12 33 13 95273 8JJsl
7 1 1 1 1 7 0 0 2 10 0Wnl 30 Uerasee
e 8045 Hlzn runsai SO 27IOUKlasfl
IOUKlasfl 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 14 0 IK 7 8 10
0 1511202 12 1 0 2 I 4 1 0 3 I I I 1
15 18 27100 fl 11375 Total 213 Averagea
5 isis Hlgn runs37 1 15RACINO
New Amsterdam Wins Steeplechase In nGallop
Gallop at City ParkNEW
NEW ORLEANS Dec 18A handicapsteeplechase
steeplechase over the short course wan thofeature
feature of an ordinary card at City Porkthis
this afternoon The race through the fieldhod
had Its usual accidentals two of the sovenstarters
starters fell New Amsterdam a newcomerwon
won the race In a gallop from Orlssl whichbeat
beat Corrigans Poorlands three lengths forthe
the place FlorUel favorite In the fourthwon
won his race after a hard drive from the wellbacked
backed good thing MaledictionFlrat
First Itace rive and a half furlonirs HenryAch
Ach 112 NlcolSto t won Sir AnUrtw 114 Hall
t5e to i second Major Carpenter 103 PowersS
S to 1 third Time 111 25 Little James ModredUw
Uw Julia M Muldoon Uundall Maggie cbcrfields
fields Bcnsonhurnt and FaUtlnd also ranSecond
Second Hace Five furlones Heart of HJAclnth
clnth 112 Young 1 to 1 won Red Ruby 112Troxler
Troxler 314 to 1 second R U Am 112 krrrye
e to I third Time 1M Rural Thats WhatSelf
Self Reliant and Oliver also ranThird
Third Hace Five And a bal furlongs BillyHandsel
Handsel tot Lowe 4 to 1 won Wild Irishman
107 McIntyre 3 to I second Azcllnn 104 MortisV
V i to I third Time 110 Sheen Merry GeorgeParlstenne
Parlstenne and Anne Davis also ranFourth
Fourth Hare One mile and seventy yardsFlortzel
Flortzel 10 PencIl 0 to 5 won Malediction 82Morris
Morris 4 to 1 second Thistle Do 101 Melntyre
8 to 1 third Time 118 45 IJcecher and LittleGiant
Giant also ranFifth
Fifth Hacc Steeplechase Handicap short courseNew
New Amsterdam 133 Ford 1 8 to l won Odds
ifePr 10 to 1 second Poorlands ItS McLaughlin
Laughlln 3 to l third Time 822 Oliver Moand
and Gould also ran Lord Iadiior and Alice Cornrunner
loner fellSnth
Sixth Hace One mile and a sixteenth Jube
0 Obert 6 to 2 won Knowledge 10 Morlsl
16 to 1 second The Don 10 Newman 1 to 5third
third Time 163 Liberty Mo Lou M JohnGamer
Gamer Cnaunccy Daisy Green Ilhyl and Morendo
endo also ranSeventh
Seventh Race Seveni furlongs Padre 10
flcol 18 to 5 won Esterjoy m Obert 10 to 1second
second Ferryman 112 Munrol tlO third Timei
133 Harpoon Ever Near Yachting Girl Gayson
son The Only Way Signal Light Narun fillerand
and Miss annIe L also ranAt
At the Fair GroundsNKW
NKW ORLEANS Dec 18A big surprise occurredIn
In the handicap at the Fair Grounds this afternoonInvasion
Invasion at 30 to 1 permitted Mlstcr and Abjurethe
the two well backed horses to race themselvesto
to pieces In from and then come on and won bya
a bead on the post from Lady Henrietta Malsterand
and Abjure both quit at the head ot the stretchand
and finished In the ruck Mahogany played a agood
good thing Just beat the odds ou favorite Usury
In the opening eventFirst
First Race Five furlongs Mahoranr too L
Hoflman r to I won usury 107 L Smith
4 to 5 second Letty 108 Reynolds is to 1 third
Wjx tdsta
Time 101 15 Buxom Sweet Favor Ancient
Witch Catherine It Edna Elliott Fanny Lady
Waddell Miss Mattes r 11 Argyle and Vivianalso
also ranSecond
Second Race Ki furlongs Mayor Johnson
10 McGee 2 to I won Gay Adelaide 101 Freeman
mnl5 to 1 second Fallona 100 Smvcll 10 10 1third
third Time IMS Hannibal Bey Gen Gallant
Henry Or Many Thanks and Wiseacre Galant
Third luce One mile and a suucmh LowIstelta
ella 63 McGee 3 to 5 won Gold Enamel 09
rtlhrr to 5 second Los Angelina 99 IL Smith12tol
12tol third Time 15015 Frangible and Main
land also runFourth i
Fourth Itace Five furlongs Invasion 01 fil
Murphy 30 to i won Lady Henrietta M l Chandler
10 to 1 second Collector Jtosup 107 Dell I to 2third
third Time 102 15 Elsie Harris Dr Spnilll
Abjure and Malster also ranFifth
Fifth Race Six furlongs Calabash 108 XIcGee
I to 10 won Cousin Kate 101 < L Smith 9 to loKceond
second Ruth W tot Scholl 50 to 1 thIrd 10
11545 O 0 Iarkc Turnover Stoner Hill and
fitter Hand also ranSixth 11
Sixth Hace One mile and seventy yards Harrnakls
rnakls IK Freeman 6 to I won Capt Hob 107
CA Urown Z to I second Pickles 104 Cherry
n to 1 third Time 150 25 Favonlus Cltry
Payne Claremont Price Salm Sales Plautuiand
and Augur also ranDECISION
National Ilaicball Commission DecidePla
Player IIclonES to New York AmericansCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Dec IBThe NatIonal Baseball
ball Commission through Chairman
bal Herrmann
mann today handed down a decision In thocane
cane of Player Chase the man President Ban
Johnson asserts was regularly drafted by
the New York Americans from tho Los Angeles
geles cub of the Pacific Coast League and
to whom a railroad ticket and 20 advancemoney
money were furnished Tho ls Angelesclub
club contended the draft was Anarlesclub
draf al Iegal
decision IsThe
The player legally belongs to the New
York American League club The Los Anteles
aluo Ls
teles club will be required to refund the
ticket originally furnished tho player or Itavalue
value As the drafting period of the Paclllo
Const League has now been definitely fixedand
and Is made n part of the national agreement
a mistake or this kind which Is regrettedcannot
cannot arise in the rut urENGLSH relrette
Palmer Knocks Out Geoffrey Thome anilRctalni
Retains ChamplonsnlpSptttal
Sptttal Cable Detpatth to Ties SDHLONDON
LONDON Dec 18 The biggest
TONDIX bllet boxing eventof
of the year took place tonlght at thetonal National
tonal Sporting Chub when J falmer successfully
cessfully defended the heavyweight championship
pionship of England knocking nut Geoffrey
horne In the fourth round The match was
for ioo astdOan a jmroe or it mlc T
Eleven Amateur Named t Serve on Art1iory
1iory Committee Bright Outlook forTournaments
Tournaments Next SeasonIndorieEngiewood
Englewood for Open ChampionshipConstitution
Constitution and bylaws were adoptedby
by the Eastern Professional Golfers Association
ton at a meeting In the Astor House yesterday
day tho last to be held until May Therewaa
waa a discussion of the eleven amateurs to beBolucted
selected on tho advisory committee Uiososuggested
suggested Including Hansom I ThomasW
W n Boers Lionel II Graham ArthurMoAlaenan
MoAlaenan T 0 Eimevcr 0 Herbert Wlndcler
dcler B Y Heahnor O O Austin and W CCarneslo
Carneslo T u Ennovor sent In 1 suggestion
tion read at the meeting that the advisorycommittee
committee elect Its own chairman Thiswill
will be the first advisory committee of amateurs
teurs ever chosen by a professional golf association
George Low the president called themeeting
meeting to order and then had to leave whenWillie
Wile Norton of Lakewood took tho chairAt
At the meeting were Will Anderson AleckFlnlay
Flnlay Donald Ball John Hobent JockJolly
Jolly Jack Mackle who sails today forEarls
Earls Ferry scotland George Fox JohnHarland
Harland Tom Chlsholm Tom Wells WillCollins
Collins A G Griffiths Tom Anderson SrChris
Chris Crosboy I Dow and Isaao MackleTho
Tho following are quotations from the constitution
The principal objects of this association hal
be To foster the game of golf to elevate the profeselonal
feselonal standard to provide a means of disciplining
ciplining any of Us members who may be guilty ofconduct
conduct proving harmful to professional gofera
as a bodyThero
There shall be an advisory board of elevenamateur
amateur golfers The members of this bOArdhall
hall be elected at the annual meeting of Ihesoclaton ussedation
sedation They shall have the right at any timeto
to oner advice a to the affairs of the associationand
and their advice may be asked at any time by thopresident
president and he hall also ask such advice whenever
ever five members shall request him to do soWillie
Willie Norton said he had met a prominentnmatour
amateur golfer on his way to tho meetingwho
who told him his club would have a professional
fessional tournament next season if the
Eastern Professional Golfers Associationnould
would run It The only reason tho club hadnot
not given a professional tournament of theport
port last season was that It did not earn tnundertake
undertake the task of management nnd olnortlne
wrUng out the sheup from the goats Nortonsaw
saw In this statement nn Indication that therewould
would be so many similar competitions formoney
money prizes next season to make It betterthan
than the famous season of 1607 when nenrlyevery
every club held such n tournament 1 hoprofessionale
professional Indorsed this view nnd therewas
was some talk as to whether the date mightnot
not bo tlxed so ns to avoid conflicts betweenthe
the New England Philadelphia and New Yorkcompetitions
There was a central endorsement of thoapplication
application for the national open championship
ship from the hnglewood Golf Club nnd Inpursuance
pursuance o Its policy while no vote waspassed
passed In favor of the Englewood links forthe
the event the expert wero quite willing to
be quoted ns In Its favor John Hobensthn
the Tnglewood pro vouched for thn goodcondition
condition of the greens and also for thoaccommodations
accommodations that would be open to thoplayers
players He said that there would bo no such
dissatisfaction among the players ns was
In evidence at Myopia luring tho last openchampionship
championship regarding tho treatment ofth
the pros
Willie Anderson nnd ho would shortly
leave for Mexico nnd the South going afterthe
the trip to his nAw job at Omvrntsla Nothingwould
would please him better than to go over foranother
another try nt the HritiMi open championship
ship lo bfl played June 13 nrul 14 at Mtiir
field but it was too enrly to mnko plansThero
There were lOt players In the duffers
handicap at Forest Park managed by thoprofKwotinl
profKwotinl Joe Storsser which wound upyesterday
yesterday There wits a triple tic betweenCl
00 llaxter 1 D Heneham nnd W J Wal
lace ho will play off for the three prizesSTUDENTS
Columbia Professors nrftiso to Accept Petition
tuba and UreaU I NearTho
The relations between tins faculty nndstudents
students Columbia diversity were strainedpractically
practically to tim breaking point yesterdayThe
The refusal of tho university committeeon
on student organizations to pay serious attention
tention to the student petition for the continuation
tinuation of the football association afterDecember
December SI destroyed the last hopes thattho
tho undergraduates had cherished of beingnblo
able to rescue the game from its threateneddestruction
destruction by a simple and quiet appeal tothe
the judgment of those in powerIt
It was by no means a sirprlso to the students
dents to learn yesterday morning that thepetition
petition to continue in existence the University
sity football association had been refusedThe
The worst that they feared was realized whenannouncement
announcement was made yesterday morningby
by Prof Herbert CJ Lord chairman of theuniversity
university committee on student organizations
tions ns followsIn
In answer to the petition drawn up at thostudent
student mass meeting on December 5 ant
submitted by the board of student representatives IsentateB
sentatives to the committee on studentorganizations
organizations the committee has tnt thofollowing
following reply to the board of representatives
tires for the students The university committee
mittee wishes to express both for itself andfor
for the faculties of the university the greatsatisfaction
satisfaction that Is everywhere felt with thetemperate
temperate and deliberate manner In whichtho
tho student body has discussed and actedupon
upon the question Involved in ItsTietltlon ofDecember
December 5 The committee has given prolonged
longed and serious consideration to this petition
tition requesting that the football association
tion bo continued in existence until AprilIS
ton Apri
15 1006 In order that the student body may11e
have representation In any attempt to changethe
the character of the game Tho presentcommittee
committee on athletics has ample power torepresent
represent the students In any such discussion
slon and If circumstances arise that eoemto I
to make desirable further student representation
tation on that committee the committee onstudent
student organizations will ns < that suchadditions
additions be made The committee therefore
fore dos not see thiH anything not otherwiseprovided
provided would be Rained by acceding to thisrequest
request and is unable to modify Its action ofNovember
November 38Immediately
Immediately following the announcementof
of this I student mass meeting was calledTbo
Tbo faculty was hissed for its action on thopetition
petition The general tone of this gatheringwna
was that hitherto too much consideratIon
had been shown for the feelings of tho facultyand
and that the professors considered that bytho
tho very reason of the mild attitude adoptedthoy
thoy could ignore student opinion ltLoutfear
fear of more virile opposition I vns ro
solved at onco that the students should dotheir
their best to convince the faculty of the errorTho
The faculty thinks said a prominent undergraduate
graduate that because hitherto wo havoattempted
attempted to gain our ends through gentlemeans
means we have lost our nerve entirely I
will be the purpose of this meeting to shownow
now that we realize tho futility of persuasionand
and gentle argument that we shall demandas
as a right that the faculty no longer Interfere
fere In the province of sport which properly
li ours to handle and control We linvobeon
beon by fnr too complaisant but the timehas
has come to roar a little hit Instead of purring
I was then decided that a lean bo foundwhereby
whereby the faculty bo acquainted withthe
the exact temper othe students and for thispurpose
purpose a committee of five prominent students
dents was authorized to draw up a net ofresolutions
resolutions voicing the sentiments of thoundergraduate
undergraduate body The committee wasus
us follows James A Taylor 07lawItudnlphL
L Von Btirnuth 0 law William I Porter
0 college Albert M lilaberg I stgrduatt
and Gustnvus A Younger postgraduateThis
This committed was instructed to draft aset
set of resolutions expressing the sentltnontof
of thin students as being that the abolitionof
of football a a detriment to college spiritand
and a disregard of the rlghtsof the RtudentuTh
The resolutions are to bo turned over today
day to Robert 1 Macbeth chairman of thoboard
board of student representatives and president
dent of the senior class of the college whoma
huts been invIted by Dr Butler to set forthtbo
tbo student views nt n meeting of the university
versity council lodny The council Is toconsider
consider the recommendations that footballbo
bo abolished at Columbia which formodpart
part of tie business of the university committed
mitten on student organizations at Its meet
ing of November 28ArmyNavy
ArmyNavy IlnecbMl Game on Slay 30AXNAPOIIR
AXNAPOIIR Mil Dec If The fifth annualbaseball
baseball game between the Naval and Military
tary academies will be played nt Annapolison
on May Ifl next Thin In about n week Intertbnn
than usual nn neroiint of thn later closingof
or the Naval A A > mv Until Vist Inlntntid
and Annapolis Imvr won tun I1 of thnnrles
nrles and I h iiiwullnritv of Hi < ij Itcftotlml IIhnl Mt
t sal tho Ioiui jm bn < ise t fl1 Ia Ia
Navy Is very tk > rmlncd lo c i r u tin lui kthis
this ILniu 0 Z1scsu C Itt iell leo nn 1U
O W ltb r alc AcVoIla I
Deal Wrtsnt eat Uit Inand IIMW
and Wrlent Lead I DoubleThe
The executive and ranking commlU9of
of tho United State National Lawn Tnt
Association held a long session yesterdayevening
evening at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel at trhlohthe
the ranking of the leading player In the country
try both I singles and doublet was died fortho
tho season Thirtynine men were listedIn
In singles and ten pairs In tho doubles Thomembers
members of tho executive committee presentwere
were James Dwight Boston presidentRobert
Robert D Wrenn New York Malcolm DWhitman
Whitman Now York William A LamedAnnapolis
Annapolis William J Clothier PhiladelphiaHolcorabo
Holcorabo Ward Orange N J and PalmerElresbroy
E Prcsbroy Boston The ranking committeewas
was represented bY A I Hotklns of Phil
delphia and K 1 Carleton of New Yorknobert
Robert M Miles the third member of thiscommittee
committee was abaentTho
The business of the session consisted ofreceiving
receiving tho report of the ranking committeewhich
which after about thee hours discussionwas
was amended and accepted The chiefchanges
changes were In the scratch class In singlesBeala
foals C Wright the national champion wasplaced
placed alone In Class natonl singles Wrightnjoy
and Holcombe Ward enjoy a like enviableplace
place In the doubles efjoy rankings followg
the men and teams being In the order of precnnd
edenco decided by the committeeSINGLES
Class t owe 80 of lHeals C WrightClass
CaRS 3 love 24 of l5Hocombo WardLamed W ALamed
Lamed W J ClothierCltas
Class 1 serntctn F n Alexander C IlobartRichard
Richard Stevens Krclih Collins I D LittleClass IClos
Class 4 receIve 2fl of 15F 0 Andersou Karln
WatdnerClss n Deba K l Dewhurst Robert Leltoy L 1
Clss 5 receive 3fl ot I5G 1 Nettleton n CSeaver
Seaver V C Grant J U F Jones Lewis PerryIi
Ii J Sullowny Kenneth Horton It Motlenhauerontl
and H J HoltClass
Class 8 receive 40 of lith Torrance Jr1 F 0Colston
Colston 0 A Lyon Jr 1 J Clapp 13 I V Lyonand
and K T GrosClass
Class 7 receive So of illN W Iea T Driympton
riympton and W C Jon onClass
IIpIDn receive hRIt F Cole P BIshop J OArnet
Ames I 1 Montgomery 1 Homans K N DanaI
I II HawkFollonlng
Following not ranked owing to Insufflrelnl dataII
1 F Allen J C owlnl Emerson It IlncUeW
W S ritz J Cconecan I H Hackett rdjarLeonard
Jr Leonard C y Watson Jr and George L WrcunJr
Class I owe 3t of 15 Holcombe Ward andDeals
Deals C WrightClass
Class 2 seralchI I Hackett and F D Alexamler
snider Krclgh Collins and L II WaldnerClass
Class 3 receive 2fl ot IS Decree L Vrenn Jrand
and Ilnv Itcglnald rinclie I V Little and llobert LeIlnv
Ilnvclasj 4 receive 48 of 15 Clarence hobart andWylio
Wylio C Grant Edward I Dewhurst and I JHolt
Holt G II Netlletora and Lewis PerryClass
Class I receive 161P O Anderson and HenryMollealuuer
Mollealuuer 1 G Hulloway and N U MicaIIISEIIALL
More Preliminary Season Games for Champions
pions Worn nf MoGraws IlccrultiTho
The Xew York Nationals nave added moredates
dates to their training season Itinerary andho
the preliminary season games an now arranged
ranged will be played as follows March 22
23 and 24 Nashville March IS probably tnMemphis
Memphis March 31 and April I Louisville
April 2 Indianapolis April 3 and 4 Columms
bits April 5 Wheeling April 7 at home withale
Yale April 0 and 10 nt homo with Provllence
lence rhamploni of the Lastcrn Leaguehe
The pennant season begins on April 12 andollowlng
following out the rotary scheme of makingsliediiies
hedules It Is likely that the Now Vorks willopen
open In I Philadelphia next season tho NewAork
Aork Americans having the opening date atiomi
horn > IOn Yew York Nationals opened at
home last sea hone are due to openabroad
abroad next year The Buttons will openIn
In Brooklyn according to the way hchedulostudents
students figure It oul
Oflli la I avernces of the American Association
ation just out show the work of four ofMe5rnw
Me5rnw reiTiiils Catcher Marshall whowas
was with the Now Vorks year before last andplayed
played with Minneapolis last yenr Hoblnwjnn
a shortstop drafiel from Milwaukee 11htrrhht
Wrlfihl drafted from Louisville and PitrlierKerKUMin
KerKUMin purchased from Louisville Hoblnsons
sons oftllnl average for batting last poasonwas
was 263 unl for letting S2 He had 323 putouts
outs 43 assIsts and no errors The re < ordsshow
show that Wricht won flvo and lost twelvesanes
las certainly not a very good allowingon
on tIto iirfacHFerguson
Ferguson won fourteen moles and looteighteen
eighteen He struck out 127 men gave 10
bases on balls and had eight wild pitchesOpponents
Opponents scored 176 runs off him were atbat
bat 1177 times and trade 3JD hits Marshal
made a tine reconl In the American AOIatlon
atlon lie caught Beventyolght games andhad
le lamlS
had n fielding averaire of i and a battingaverage
average of 313 He had 333 putouts eightythree
three assists and seventeen passer bal
As a long distance hitter ho was conspicuous
oils with eighteen two baggers six three baggers
gers and nine bore runsCOLVMItlA
Lone Wrstcrn Trip In Christmas Holidaysfor
for ThemColumbias
Columbias swimming team Is hard at workpreparing
preparing for an arduous season A longtrip
trip Is to be taken during tho Christmasholidays
holidays all through the West and relayraces
races and water polo games will be playednight
night after night so that the men will have tobo
bo In good condition before starting outThe
The team last year won the Intercollegiatewater
water polo championship but failed to capturethe
the relay honors This season It Is expectedthat
that the swimming lear will be even strongerIn
In water polo than It was before Only oneman
man Is lost and ho Is Conrad D TrubenbaehO
05 science captain of last years team whohas
his been graduated Luckily tP lake hisplace
place Columbia has John B Naethlng 07law
law a swimmer ali water polo player offreat
great excellcne Na thlng formerly was atalftandswai
Yale and swai timers on the loam Ko playedon
on ho football squad during the fallThe
The water polo team will bo captained byZn
Zn harv 1 llaftiln 07 scIence who playsright
right forward The other players era oKress
Kress 0 Rleilp centro forwnrl Frolorlcklionnll
lionnll 0 science loft forward C Y Bisfell
Ion 07 fine artw baltback J B Nnethlng
fel law right goal and F I Duden ooBcienco
science left goal A A Irlcdland OS flnoarts
arts Is substitute This combination Is fastnnd
and the men have been playing togetherfor
for a 1011 while Thero Is every expoctatonthat
will make cleanupIn
that the water polo lear wi a
In tho championships again Last year Yalodefeated
defeated Harvard Brown and Pennyolvaniaat
at water polo and Columbia by beating Yaloand
and Pennsylvania made good a claim to thochampionship
Tho relay team will be composed of FrankC
C Brown 0 college who Is captain OKrees
Krees 0 science H E Clark 07 collegeand
and Z P Hnlpln 07 science All of thesemen
men have had experience as relay racers nndthe
the team this season is expected to be muterlally
rlally stronger than the one which the Yalebeat
beat last yearKID
Crack Plillndelphlan Loses on a Foul atIludton
Iludton A CKid
Kid Williams of Philadelphia who startledtho
the local sports a few weeks ago by outpointingWillie
Willie Lewis tasted defeat at the HudsonA
A Co noth street and Broadway In a threoround
round bout with Tommy < arroll of this cityast
Williams lost because ho
last night Wiiams wascarelcsj
carelcsj and overconfident In the firstround
round Williams had Carroll measured andanded
landed with the left on the body raid faceFor
For two rounds Williams scored at win havingCarroll
Carroll on the rim In the third arrol
waded In with both handsIn
In a mlxup he reached the Phlladolphlanwith
with a right and left Ono punch a left ontho
tho jaw had Williams groggy Carroll got Inanother
another r on his man and In an exchangeWilliams
Williams drove the right to Carrolls groinPho
The New Yorker went to his knees In agonyollco
Police Cnptnlii Tnppcn who was at the ringside
Iolce nodded to the tin ekecpor to pull thoHll
hell which was dOle WHIiairs was In a badway
way apparently when thu foul wna con mile
In the other slar bout Sammy Smithanother
another Philadelphian was saved fromjelng
being put away In the second by Eddie Lennyof
of Chester Pa by tho call of tlmoTho
10 lmeTbe
The preliminaries wero extremely livelyJack
Jack Ashton snowed bbs superiority overKid
Kid Banascnni Blink McHoskey of Philadelphia
delphia beat Al Greenwood Kid Curlcy andJim
Jim Hyan foimht a draw us did Bert eye
and lack Goodman Frankie Howe of Chicagoand
and Owen Flynn of New York broke ovenNO
Delegates of International Association ofAuto
Auto Clubs So DecideSpectat
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PAIIIS Dec is Delegates of the Intcrnalonal
tonal Association of Automobile Clubs metoday
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Three Rcnntl Draw at Ilcntgf A C FaUyHaley
Haley tn the nineAfter
After an absence of several years Joe Bernstein
stein the champion of the Ghetto returnedto
to the ring again last night Berenteln metTommy
Tommy Daly of Baltimore In a three roundwind
wind up at the Remsen A C Beethoven Hall
210 East Fifth streetThey
They lost uo tints In coming togetherJoe
Joe rushed and landed a left hook to thecheek
cheek Daly reached the body with the leftand
and Joe landed on the neck with the leftDaly
Daly landed a left to the wind and followedtho
the punch with a jab on the nose bringingthe
the blood Daly uppercut Joe on the chestand
and Bernstein got homo a right on the mouthIn
In a mlxup Bernstein roughed it In thethird
third and beat D aly about the body but cnmonear
near being put away with a left swing thatmissed
missed his Jaw by a hair Daly had the betterof
of the first two rounds but Bernstein did allthe
the work In the final round and was entitledto
to a drawPatsy
Patsy Haley of Buffalo went on with Emergency
gency Kelly of Boston Haleys clevernessapparently
apparently has not deserted him for hescored
scored point after point Both Indulged Inclose
close range fightIng In the third Kelly puttho
the right on thu Jaw while Hairy evened Itup
up with a blow under the heart The outcome
come was a drawThe
The opening bout furnished a clean knockout
out the principals bdmr Frank Borden and
Toting Lewis After ono minute of fighting
In the second round Lewis was knocked outwith
with a right swing on the jaw Kid Ilousaand
and Mike Murray fought a draw Housewan
wan bleeding from the nose at the bell Tony
Morau outpointed BUI Smith Two bantams
Young Carney and Terry Rogers were prevented
vented from finishing the first round of their
bout for faking W alter Delaney punchedpung
Young Brennan so hard In the third round
that the referee called a halt to prevent a
Fred Douglass fleets Harry Jones Donovan
van and MoDonoaih DrawA
A crowd that filled every part of the Brooklyn
lyn Beach Athletic Club Fifteenth street andNinth
Ninth avenue Brooklyn last night saw aseries
series of Interesting boutsHarry
Harry Jones of Philadelphia met FredDouglass
Douglass of Savannah Douglass startedhostilities
hostilities by poking the left to Joness eyeHe
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was forced lo clinch In the second Douglasswent
went for hIs mans body Jones stood thopunishment
punishment very well coming up for the finalround
round strong and willing He rushed Doug
lass and held his own till the finish but was
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Jim Donovan of England and Mickey
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und nose McUqnough crossed the right and
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McDonoiiRh went for Donovans body In the
second and the Briton had to work to protect
hlrnw > lf Tho third was lively the exchanges
belnc many and the hitting clean There
was not much to Chooso between tho two the
outcome being a drawTno
Tno other contests resulted as follows
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