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THE FARMER: FEBRUARY 24, '1915
! page o? sports . . Johnson, Afraid of Arrest, May - Keep Gut of Mexico,. RECRUIT POOR BOUT CAPT. WILSON OF TAL 0 ' : 1 II I HIM II HMPJJMM..WMWM'IIi M L1ARLI NUr.lBER 15 Slarlin, Texas, Feb. 24 One dav f soccer and handball was enough .for the fifteen frail players who as pire to regular .berths with Jia Giants and who happen to. have as sembled In Marl in a few days ahead otf the reporting' season. Fifteen players went through two sessions of cavortSng on the diamond, which was pretty extensive ' In its' scope for .'a second day. Of the fifteen candidates now here, eig-ht are pitchers, and. tooth morning and afternoon all eight lined up for action. 'Said action was not severe, and little speed was put cm. Johnson, Marshall and Smith were the receivers for these eight . flinders, -who were Huienke, Erlokson, Ritter, Cook, Schauer, Glass, Gdpe and Kir may er. - With one or two exceptions ' the eight were content to lob the ball and there was little' of: the first-day heedlessness and speed prodigality . of the Spring recruit. There were . aa many styles of pitching as there were pitchers, tout it was all right-handed pitching. There are no left-handers around as yet. '- Glpe and Kiirmayer, . the latest, ar rivals,'" are strapping' Ibigvlafls. EJach is a- six-footer, - and a 200-pounder. Gipe is almost as big as Jeff Tteereau, but more symmetrical and much less ungainly than ' the moist hall behe moth. j - ' : - .. CALDWELL AHD KEATING HAVE TO HUSTLE AT CAMP New York, Feb. 24.- Rports from" the Yankee camp at ' Exit Springs, where 3oe Kelley is '.priming a bat talion .of"' battery persons for the more serious work at Sa-vaniUi-h, . all dwell at length 'upon ' the; apparent need of most of ttse athletes of a pretty stiff battle with the baths aad other Hot Springs aids to the owr-heefy. Ex cepting only KSras Cole and Jack Wrfaop every: sia,ve now olanking the chains of -v sarfdoin under the brutal lash of the chief of scouts is too corpulent for any baseball use.: . Cole, a veteran of the all -star's Pacific N coast' and, Hawaiian- cam paigns, is said , to ' be as' fit now as he ever will be. Blot so Ed Sweeney, Ray Keating, Ray Caldwell and Cap roll Brown. These 'young gentlemen "took more comfort during the off season and in consequence are driv ing ICeUey to all manner- of extremi ties to provide suitable entertainment during- the rainy spell ; the outfit seems to hasve' encountered. Three weeks of this sort of thing ought to give Donovan something ap- proximaticg a real "pitching, staff to work on by March'10, the dates of "the Hot ' Springs contingent's arriva.1 at ' Savannah. . Keating and . Caldwell may not be ready even then to go to any great extremes, but they'll prob ably be in better shape to do things than when they inflicted themselves upon Chance at Houston last spring. . It may also instil in' Keating, and: Caldwell an idea of the seriousness of , spring training. Under Chance neither heaver ever reached top con dition arw3 form.: They may. under Donovan, and if, they do the Tanks should be something .ofja factor in .their leaguie.' Caldwell's ; jwife is " making the training' trip with him this year, a guarantee, perhaps, that he is really intending to behave him self. Good behavior on , the training trip will prove little or nothing in Caldwell's case, however, for he has ever - managed to amble up to the starting post fairly fit. His troubles heap themselves upon him- further along the trail. JACK DIJLLOX WIXS ' FROM JOHNNY IIOWARD New York, Feb. 24. Jack Dillon's su perior hitting power and- advantage tn weight enabled him to wear down. Johnny Howard during the last half of a ten-round " bout and to win the honors at the Broadway Sporting club ' of Brooklyn last night. : Dillon had a hard time to win. " because he began slowly and gave Howard a. big ad vance during- the early sessions. ' Dillon weighed 175 pounds and How ard 162 1-2 pounds.1 ' The Cabinet of the Duchy of Luxemburg-resigned. . - . FANS' OWN" COLUMN . THE FAUST - IT E WYj t o p -b ir jb s BEST CiBlRKl " SS-42 TULl STREET Ghors for A 1 Members 'af the Famtij. . COSTUN SHOE STOIUC 168 . MAIM' STOEDKT.. . v lFS-TO SJ.VTO BARBER SHOP rrvrc harp;?. j-s no waiidto WILLUM McCOMBa iSJSS Main 8t.,wer Ia tolas' Shoe Stop , ML W.' BELL WOOD, M. O. P. flioije 10&2- i LdiceiMMMl Chiropodist EE3Xa !isfsir Practice Limited to Men ;i:.:128 "SIA.IH .' STREET E?"liJif eport, Ccn& - o trios rTTTurs; Dailr A a fn. Co I p. m kuitctsya 10 a. m. lo 3 p. """"'xrrrirzrLjaTB ! Li.'.. 11 SAYS HEFFELFINGER -MAY COACH Johnny Kilbane and Kid Williams to Get $11,000 for Six Round Bout (By M(agner) ' ' Capt. "Wilson of the Yale football eleven admits that Pudge Heff elf in -ger will probably be line coach at Nsw Haven next season. The New Haven Journal-Courier quotes him as follows: "You can say for me that efforts are being made to bring Hef felfinger here as resident line coach. I believe Pudge will accept and if he does it will be- a boost for -our chances against Harvard next fall"' Capt. "Wilson attended the Yale-Harvard hockey game" last night with Capt. Eddie Mahan of the Harvard eleven. Mahan- has been visiting Alnsworth, the Yale halfback, with whom he-attended prep school. Manager Leavy of the Blue Ribbon basketball team will try the experi ment next week of having his -five play two games in one night. They will ,play- the erack, Jersey, City team in" the" main" contest- and meet : the Young Men's' Hebrew team of New Haven in the second. The Ribbons will tackle the Jersey City boys first so they won't be -winded : when they go up" against such strong opposition. Johnny Enzmann, the Brooklyn pitcher, -threatens to make trouble tor Owner Ebbets of the Dodgers. He signed a two year contract without the ten day clause' and now Ebbets wants to send him ,back to Newark at a reduced salary. Enzmann has taken his case to President Fuliz of the Players' , Fraternity. . ' Ray Caldwell, Ray Keating 'and junHduti in ' FEAR; WON'T visit jAunnz Havana, Cuba, Feb. 24. Jack John son, the, heavyweight champion or , the world, yesterday announced that he may not go to Juarez, Mexico, at all. v The , 'big negro received a ca blegram from 'Vera Cruz, Carranza's headquarters, that the f'First Chief of the Republic" is planning to turn him over to the United States gov ernment the minute he steps on Mex ican soil. - - . '"1 understand' , that ' Mister ' Car ranra is going to grab me if I try to land in Mexico," said Johnson. "'I received a cable from a- friend 'of mine ' in Mexico advising, me to keep away, as Mister - Carranasa intends to make a hit with the "United Stages by turning , me over to some - sheriff,, or marshal if he can get hold of me. - "Well, then, I won't leave Havana. If .they want me to fight they'll have to bring , Jess over here. "This , is' a pretty good place and I am .! thinking of becoming a citizen- of this 'coun try. ' And the fight game here looks good to--me.-' "I'm gomgto spar at Mr. - Klegin's newly organised . National Sporting club tonight. Mr. Klegin wants '-me to fight Sam McVey here in April, and I will protoaibly sign articles for this battle in a few days." YANKEE UNIFORMS FOR I1EXT SEASOII VILL BE IIOISY ( The Yankees are going1 tov'have something nifty in the line of uni forms' next season. : They ought; to. as Colonel Ruppert, Captain Huston and Wild Bill Donovan yesterday ap pointed ' themselves a committee to visit Spalding's and order some start ling Yank regalia. - The home uniform is fairly tame. though unusual. It will he of -the usual white color, with .blue stripes of about a quarter of an inch.! Here tofore the only variation from : the usual white home uniform was pin stripes. - ' - The : home dress' will have all blue stockings, with a blue 'cap and a white monogram. The uniforms will have & blue monogram on the left sleeve. - There . will be noise attach ed to the foreign regalia, "s This uni form will be of gray, containing black, cardinal and green pin stripes. . The stockings will consist of black ' and 'blue stripes, while the caps will be made of the same material as the suits, with a blue vizor and mono gram. - V' v ANNIVERSARIES OF RING BATTLES 1 8 S 5 Nick Ward defeated Harry Ijockyer in 12 rounds in England. This bout is notable only as mark ing the; beginning of the pugilistic career of Nick Ward" the "yellowest" fighter who ever aspired to , cham pionship honors. Nick was a, broth er of the game and lion-hearted Jem Ward, who held the British title for many years, and of John Ward, also a famous pugilist of that day. Nick's defeat of Lockyer put him in line for higher game, but his battle with Sambo Sutton, the negro, proved that he .was . a - coward through and through. Nick had everything but courage, and he was giving one of the best displays of boxing ever wit nessed when Sambo landed on his nose and "brought the claret, . Nick immediately laid down. Later he whipped Deaf Burke, and this ' put him in the running again, although Burke at the time was on his last legs. In a battle with ' Ben Caunt Nick's tactics of - falling at every provocation so enraged Ben that he struck a foul blow, and Nick became champion. In a return match with Caunt he quit so shamefully that his own brother, Jem, joined in hissing him.' , . 1900 Jim Judge knocked out Kid Carter in 5th round at Brooklyn. other members ' of the New York American, squad at Hot Springs, plac ed a mean trick on Scout . Joe Kellcy yesterday They picked out such a rough road for the morning walk that when they returned to the hotel Kel ley was all in and had to call olf hostilities for the day. , - Capt. Greene issued a call for Princeton baseball -candidates yejrter day and 50 men responded. The Ti gers expect . to have a strong team the coming; season. - ' i : -. v Champion Kilbane has finally agreed to meet Kid "Williams. The purse, will be $11,000 for six rounds Kilbane consented to weigh 122 a half hour before, the bout starts. Think of $11,000, for a six round fight when there are people in Belgium who haven't even a bowl of soup. - The age of miracles has coma Imagine John McGraw coming , back from Cuba -and declaring golf a .great game. 'He, used to regard as a, pas time for old maids. ., , Jess Willard is beginning to won der why he should be doing all that training it jacK jonnsoa isnt ?oin to show up in Mexico after all. Wil lard - had a few words with his man ager yesterday and. announced that he would' quit' work until Johnson ap peared in Juarez. Billy Sullivan, the Veteran catch er recently released 'by the "White Sox, has . applied for a job on the Araerican-ieasua uinpue sluli,. HARVARD BEATS YALE HOCKEY TEAM New Haven, Feb. 24. -The Yale hock ey season, came to a sudden and tragic end last night at the Arena, when the Bliie's ice; representatives went down before; the sweeping attack of the John Harvard cohorts in a desperately con tested and exciting game, which ended with the- count 3 to 1 in favor of the Cambridge aggregation. . , ... .. " As far as splaying "the- -actual- game went, the Elis were -outclassed entirely by their rivals, , and it was only their grit and. endurance coupled with a fighting spirit that could not recognize defeat that ' kept :. the Harvard score down. ' - The work of Captain Sweeney of Yale at rover was noteworthy as was also the quality sf play put : up. by Holcombe York at the EM. cage. Dartmouth will dispute any . claim Harvard makes on. the championship, for the Green Mountain boys -defeated the Cambridge team. Yale, however, scored over , Dartmouth, but in turn lost two games to the, Crimson, so Harvard, by virtue of twv victories over botii Yale and Princeton will be considered the collegiate champion by most followers of the sport. r it AT THE CASINO (By "Old Man Grump.") It Is said upon pretty good authority that West and Moriarity weren't sat isfied financially and for that reason failed to put up the bout that, upon past record, they are capable of.' The bout was one tame affair- from start to finish. It was so poor -that many fans left the arena at the close of the tennth round. In the -eighth round one wag yelled: "West, you're want ed on the 'phone and the crowd, though' disgusted, at . the actions of both men, had to laugh. ' Too 'much cannot be said concerning the good work of Terry Lee who acted as the third man in the ring. In the first bout he had little difficulty in making the boys fight and they prac tically ."broke" upon the word of the referee. The same cannot be said of the participants in the "Star" bouv Terry was so disgusted after the sixth round that several times he turned his back on the fighters.- All in all Terry's work was t heartily r approved by the most rabid vfani In the middle, of the eighth round- he threatened to stop the bout if the ".Stars"" didn't-' hustle and give the fans a run for .their money. Retrace our" memory: for: a ' moment or two. A few words in regard, to the "curtain-raiser" which by all means should : have been . the. star bout. It was one, of the finest featherweight. or any weight if you will, match seen tn this city in many moons. Some will differ-. and say that it was a one-sided affair, being all Mac Well, It was nearly all Mac at that, but- great credit must be handed Hubbs for the way he took his trimming. He stood toe to toe and slugged with Hennie, one of the real causes of his downfall, - for had he 'boxed the champion instead, of fighting mm ne wouia. no aou-ot nave fared, bet ter. Mac has one of the prettiest wal lops ever uncorked by a "feather. Mc Auliffe appeared winded at -the, close of the eighth round, caused more by his own exertion that the light taps struclt by Hubbs. It was Mac's bout all: the way. : In the first round Tac stuck over a wicked right hand wallop on Teddys" jaw aura that practically stopped , the Acorn pride. - Young MacAuliffe was severely cen sured by the fans when at the close of iris bout with Hubbs, after both shaking hands, Hennie . rushed for Hubbs, eager to continue the bout. The fans on the north and south side of the ring failed to see the cause of this little spat. However, the specta tors on the east and west side of the canvas saw Teddy instead of shaking hands, stick a teas-- into Mac's phy sog. ...(.. - ' E $16 Custom Suit Sale $16 E EVIS Sat. Night, This Week: ENDS D . Ijjford Bxos. Two Storea J hMl FANS HOOT. BOXERS -". (By Wagner) The dear, old public is certainly, a glutton for punishment. No matter how often they are frisked by . the smooth boxing promoters the fans al ways come back for more. This was evidenced at- the Casino last night when the spectators - waltzed, up to the box office, .handed out their one or two bones and were rewarded with the finest collection of disappoint ments ever seen in .these, parts. The so-called star bout between Chick: West and-, Gene Moriarty would have pleased "Vernon Castle or some other dancing expert Thej boys showed some new steps and their fox trot which ended in a loving embrace was'repeated, so often that .the fans began to whistle slow music. Then ' to 1 add ' to ' ; the evening's gloom.-'Al Ketchel was fouled by Jim my Fasane iinv the third -round. , " As Matchmaker Billy Hogan, who dou bled ln the role of announcer, said, "Dr. "Lockhart: has examined Ketchel and pronounced him a foul." It's hard tp call a man out of his name but Ketchel didn't seem to mind. ; -The only thing that prevented the fans from storming the box office was the first ibout in which .Young McAuliffe and Teddy' Hubba bela bored each -other, lustily. .This was a rattling engagement and kept the boys cheering. -: ; McAuliffe gave Hubbs 'thelacing of his life. Ha, went right after the Acorn, A. C. favorite from the tap of the gong and Teddy was never in the running.. , A clout on the chin dazed Hubbs in the first round -and he was not able to j recover.S , Many in , the crowd thought he wouldn't '"be able to stay two more rounds.' - But t he displayed, wonderful gameness and by using superior i ring.; tactics managed to. stick for ' ten rounds. ' He didn't get the honors in a single round but did better in the lastx-session than in ally other. At - the , finish both lips were cut and ha was. bleeding from a cut under one eye. 5 McAuliffe was v in superb condi tion but plainly. showed the effects of his long "absence from the ring. : He was inclined to be wild although when he did land the; blows had plenty of force. It was a night of triumph for" McAuliffe; even if he did - let Hubbs get his goat at the end of the last round. McAuliffe was so angry when Hubbs slapped him after the final bell that he rushed in to con tinue the fight. v " Ketchel started well against Jimmy Fasane, who went, from darkest Wa- terbury to New York. Fasane, wno has a face like a moving picture ban dit, has a unique style. He winds up like an eight day clock befoie de livering a blow. and he made so much noise with his- feet that the crowd feared the ring would cave in. Ketchel was going right after Fa sane and if the latter hadn't used his knee oh Al, the local boy might haye won. Ketchel sank to the flobr after getting the blow . from Fasane's knee and appeared to. be in great pain. , The less said about the West-Mori-arty bout the better; i It was said that they'received only $300 between them for the bout. Perhaps that's why they didn't try any har,der, McAu liffe divided $275 for their bout and Ketchel - and Fasane didn't get as much. ; So you see it was . - very cheap card. - The crowd Was of fair size with plenty of r vactant seats in the $2 section. j Basketball Records , of Sacred Heart And St Charles' Players ' Here are- the records of the ,St. Charles and Sacred Heart players in the Holy Name ' Basketball league. The St. John's and St. Mary's rec ords will be published later. The rec ords begin with the fourth game. - ' t St. Charles. V Ga, Go. Fg. Pts. V. Dunigan .9 16 12 44 1 11 Moran 9 10 0 209 Hanbury ... . . . . g 10 0 10 9 Christy 6 17 8 42 19 Morrissey ........ 6 5 0 10 14 Horkheimer .... 4 13 1 , 27 6 Brennan ....... 3 4 1 9 j : 0 Nolan- ." . 3 ' 8 0 16 1 Draper 2 2 0 4 3 Tesch .1 1 0 2 1 Barrett . . . 1 ' 0 0 0 0 Curley ......... 1 ,'o ' 0 0 1 Totals '9 82 . 22 184 75 Games won 7,'-games lost 5; p. c .583.- ; :-,' ' . - ".'" Average fouls to a game 8 1-2. - Average points to a game ,20. . 12 players. Sacred Hearts. Ga. Go. Fg. ' Pta. F. Gartland ; ..9 20 2 , 42- ', 6 Martin ...... 8 6 1 18 .5 Rainville 8 '12 . 0 ... 24 v12 Garrity ... 7.14, 0 28 5 Kenny , .......... 7 5 , '"3 13 .11 Russell . 5' 14 2 30" 7 Lannon ........ 3 14 12 '40 12 Lucey ...... 3 IX 1 23 9 Brooks 2 10 0 20 ' 3 Gallagher i ... 1 2 0 ' 4 0 : ' - i-. , Totals....!..... 9 108 21 237 66 Games won 9, games lost ), P. C .750. - ' - Average fonl3 to a game 7 1-3.. Average points to a game; 26. ' ; 10 players. , - - - Compiled by E. Moran. ' n'GRAV AND MATTY BACK FR0L1 HAVANA New York, Feb. 24. Manager John J. McGraw of the Giants, who has been in Cuba for several weeks, - and who was supposed to have left there on Feb. 7, arrived in town yesterday, sunburned and beaming with health and vivacity.' "Mac" said that he nev er enjoyed a vacation in his life as he did his sojourn in Havana. With Man ager McGraw was Christy Mathewson, who is also in the best of health after his vacation on the island. Hans Lo bert stopped off in Florida, and will go to Marlin, Texas, before March 1. Since he went away from here Man ager McGraw has been con verted into I ' ' Last Days of Trousers -at " 99c a leg made-to-measare twith all of -custom ,- : . tailoring's niceties. Regular price $3 to $6 but for a few days' longer. $1.90, $2.70, $3.10 STORE OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS m$m '-iriwnrr..iaiaWl.iiirl mnrt. iMiti an enthusiastic golfer.' A season ago he . objected to his players, spending their time on the links, because, ho argued, it affected ' their- batting eye; . He . thinks - differently now, after -a month of daily golf at the . Havana Country club.. The Giant leader stated that when he first took up the, game he broke several of his ; sticks in his eiiorts to "kill" the pill. . : ' ."Matty"'was in his element ' and played great golf all the time. He was the idol of all the caddies, -and. the lads had a fight each day'to see who would carry his bag- of sticks. - t, Manager McGraw saw several, ball games while he was in Havana, and was much taken with the pitching 'Of his young Cuban recruit, Palmero. , -He says that he has improved about, 100 per cent since he . saw him last, and predicts that the .Cuban will ."-make good this season. Marsans,. the-CSn1-cinnati player who , Jumped to , the "Feds," has been playing ; first base and is hitting the ball hard. Manager McGraw made overtures o him about returning , to organized . ball, but Mar sans decided to stiok to the "Feds "' Trje Giant leader says it is surpris ing the way the Cu bans have ; taken up the game, and the island has be come a hotbed of the American sport. The players are so enthusiastic, he says, that they develop very quickly, and within a few seasons he predicts they will have players who will match with the best 'we have on our dia monds. t . " ...,.' ' RIBBONS BEATEN BY VALLUM STARS IN FlflECONTEST The Blue Ribbons went down to de feat before Wallum's All-Star basket ball aggregation at Colonial hall last night by 22 to 21. - It was a sensa tional contest and had the crowd greatly enthused. Both teams guard ed so closely that it was not possible to score as frequently as in the first game, of the series. Last night's re sult makes the series a tie, each team having won a game. The All-Stars showed 'that they know the game fully as well as the locals and they were greatly aided by the accurate foul throwing of Norman, who made eight points from . free tries.. Wallum also tossed three into the; netting. . ' ; Capt. Beckman was to good form for the. Ribbons, getting three goals and -five from the foul line. Jimmy Clinton was helpless, however, the veteran being unable to cage a bas ket. , Eddie Leonard rustled the cur tains for three and Swenson was also a factor in thes coring..' . i The Ribbons about held their -own in the first half, which ended 11 to 9 in favor of the visitors. In the sec ond period the' locals rallied and went ahead only to-be tied again. With less than a minute to play and the score a tie, Swenson of the Ribbons made a foul on which Norman scored the win ning point for the All-Stars. - .. The lineup: . i i Blue Ribbons. G. F. ' Pts. Beckman, rf 3 5 11 Clinton, If., 0 .0 0 Leonard, c, 3 0 .- 6 Roach, r. g., 0 0 " 0 Swenson, lg., 2 0 4 Totals, 8 All-Stars. G. 3 0 , 1 " .3 0 21 Pts. 14 r 0 2 " 6 0 22 F. 8 0 0 0 0 Norman, rf., Smolick, If., McMillan, c, Wallum, rg., Fuller, , lg., Totals, The New York State Legislature will adjourn April 2. . s $15 Suits CiT K.O $20 now TAILORED-TO'MEASlIltE. Men prick up your ears and rub your eyes. Take home 300 free S. & H. Stamps to your wife or mother, that we give with . every Suit or Overcoat tailored v to measured r Select your Easter Suit now while you need pay just half the . price the -.same quality will cost you Jatei'. mwh mim .-rv. r t-v.. . . wr I. - - v.-i ,li.iJiA T E. TJ BOWLING. FRATERNAL LEAGUE Park City Alleys K. OP C. -'. Conway 94 100 101 295 Jones .:,'r'- "101 102 .98 301 Dondero 82 81 92 255 Fitzgerald . 99 82 . 93 274 Musante ' 8 9 80 91 260 i; Totals l-S 465 455 475 1385 '. - - ' - KOXCKS Jersey r - :: 79 102 . 78 259 Busher - 80 80 78 238 Giles 'si: c. ,'.. - 78, 101 103 282 Madden -.--'' ; ' 100,. 101 93 294 Dewey , '. 85 109 110 304 -Total."-. '422 ,493, 462 177 a Game tonight Pequonnock vs. Wheeler.' ' , - . . ' ... . . -1 A .. " BROOKS1 DE LEAGUE -I.': Park City Alleys ;.' - ' - GIANTS. G. Trelea.se 79 90 , 83 254 Martine ,82 Holmberg .- 77 ,82 101 265 79 89 245 Hurliman 94 84 79 257 Buscher ,- 85 97 93 265 Totals 417 432 447 1286 POINTS . , C.Stevens 90 88 88 -66 Barrows 88 82 102 272 Fay ,- ' -v 82 89 86 257 C. Tickey 80 84 78 242 Johnson 89 86 92 267 Totals- - 429 429 446 1304 FACTORY LEAGUE Arcade Alleys . . ' SINGER . CO. : ' Weisman '98. 76 ' 90 264 Carter 88 103 81 272 Stirks ' . 87 93 109 289 Walsh" " J 96 5 . 85 276 Gave ' " J00 91 , 89 280 Totals 469. ,458 454 1381 MEIGS & CO. ' .-- Grindrod 100 81 109 r 290 Rose 86 86 101 273 Benedict " 78 .92 76 246 5-erkins 105 95 112 312 Tcrrill - S3 fe3 98 2G4 Totals . 452 . 437 4961385 SHERIFFS-SCRIBES SERIES Y. M. O. A. Alleys ' " SHERIFFS Pease 84 87 94 265 Dietrich 95 94 86 27-r. Berger . 56 73 - 70 5,99 Totals , . 235 254 250 ,739 I SCRIBES Nolan 80 83 8"l Donegan 82 79 81 2 4 IS Reilly- . . 87 91v 83 261 Totals 249 253 245 747 Park City Alleys ,5TH DIST. REP. CLUB Leveen 103 81 79 263 Foley 89 94 82 265 Kerr 110 ,94 79 .283 Smallwood 100 88 95 2S3 Sivers - 95 87 93 275 Totals 497 444 428 1369 12TTI BIST REP. CLUB Nichols 92 89 96 277 Ball 97 ' 88 82 267 Connor " 94 , 95 84 273 Sherwood 81 80 81 242 Brown 79 96 91 266 Totals 443 448 434 1325 CHOP SUES LEAGUE Park City Alleys CHOP SCETS H. Washing 93 v 91 . 109 293 Dondero 91 97 ?2 279 Mnjrpfcy; 89 80 79 248 Suits cin now " v "f' JEA-lfSr r M I 1134 MAIN STni t,.jt D B IT Gr S T O Madden Moilinelli Totals 122 131 95 132 93 307 96 359 u-526 495 465 148$ WOODEN HEADS E :! Bibbins -: 90 73 79 233 Dowd - .- -- 86. 73 90-- 249 Warner ."' 84 94 73 54 Monks E. 92 ( - 91 91 274 Liggins ' . ' 93' 93 94 230 ' Totals - 445 424 430129 ' " . ' NIGHT OWLS Gallagher 9 4 95 . 9 4 28 3 Turhey " 76 107 92 27S O'Connor 104 .87 9 2 288 Monk's T. , . 83 82 S7 252 Perkins ' ' 77 112 102 2 31 Totals " '..- 434 483 467- 1384 '. - - ' HAM FATS Hicks , 93 86 94 273 Brown , 77 105 90 272 Mors 78 94 81 2 4 Ball -' 88 114 S3 2S5 Musante ' 98 U4 121 318 Totals . 434 404 472 1400 Ham Fats won on re 11 off. BROOKLAWN LEAGUE Palat'o ..VIIoj's ' SWEDES Horkheimer , f 102 94 ' 102 293 Rah rig ,, " ,.76 86 92 259 Peterson 89 93 102 234 W. Roden 96 ' 82 78 251 Phillips 83 78 95 2S6 Totals ' . 446 433 464- 1343 .' , . 4EWS . Kundarv 81 87 121 289 Weed , 76 83 86 245 Kk. Graham 7 3 ' 8 2 8 4 2 39 Kelly ' 79 99 83 261 Douglas 74 84 89 247 " Totals 383 435 463 12-S1 . . . . D CTC1I Carr 8 4 80 9 0-- 2 54 Hill - 85. 90 91266 Fk. Graham, 82 81 74 23T Anderson 85 102 77 264 Bantle . . .. 109 104 90 303 Totals . 445 457 422 1324 IRISH Reck s 72 78 . 84 234 H. Sen wing 7i 99 92 262 Cunningham 8 7 96 91 274 Welch 102 104 111 31T W. Graham 8 9 76 , 89 2 44 'Totals ' 421: 453 457 1331; Jersey City High To . Play Here Saturday .1 - ( The Bridgeport high school basket ball team V3H -play the strong Dick inson high school team of Jerseys City Saturday afternoon at the Boys club. The Jersey City school hast won the state championship for the past three seasons and can generally boast of a fast team. B. H. S. v. on, but oneKof the three games playei with the. D. H., S. team but Cone! Staiger expects his cohorts to ever matters on Saturday. . Preliminary to this game, the H. S. girls will play tie young ladieaj from Greenwich High school. Willi, such a bargain attraction followed dancing it is expected that -ail ,at- tendance records will be broken. Barg-ams at Mollan's. There "are different styles in far c combinations of cloth and leather, in the assortment of women's sm,: rS boots, of certain lines, at Molfaa a, that during the sale have one .k a. thrown off on the price of each ; 11, Women's fashionable hoots of ntn.--makes 'and prices, are placed ir bargain lot and marked at one p to close out broken lines, a,t the v known shoe house of W. .Jt 7 '. 1026, Main artreet, v.