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BASEBALL TENNIS
PUGILISM ATHLETICS
EVENING NEWS SPORTING PAGE
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NEWSPAPER OFFICE AND
PUT AN vAbn IN !',
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0 U. CHUMP—Discoverer of "Near" Champs.
Copyright 1913. Nfey«ton« Feature Syndicate^
JUST SAY- NOTICE! —
I AM WELL ACQUAINTED WITH THE
6ENT THAT STOLg MY DOO. IP
THE RASfiAL WILL RETURN IT
I WILL NOT EXPOSE HiM.p.UXHUMP.
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NOW HORACE, I'VE PUT AN
I "AD" IN THE PAPER THAT
[oU&HT TO FETCH 'EM,
BY GOLLY1,!
What Wonders a Little Ad Will Produce!
5
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'THE DOOH\\^J
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MlGHELIN FIVE FORCE
RIVERSIDES TO LOSS
''Tiretown" RRereealion in Brilliant
Form While City Champions Are
Off Color in Shooting.
Full of snap aud vim and perform
ing In their best form, the Michelin
basketball team, of Mllltown, bested
the city champion Riversides on the
Auditorium court here Saturday
night by a 31-28 tally. It was the
fourth defeat for the locals this sea
son out of twenty-five games. The
result of Saturday night's engage
ment put an end to a winning streak
which spelled eleven victoriea in a
row.
The locals were a little off form in
passing and very much off color In
shooting, while the visitors were
able to get more field goals by su
perior floor work.
In the first administration the
Riversides were slow in getting a
start and it was the opinion of many
that they were over confident. When
they finally awoke they found them
selves some eight points In the rear
and facing stronger opposition than
they at first expected. As a result
the eity champions lost the decision
In the initial stanza by a 19-15 score.
The final administration found
more opposition from Riverside
ranks. However, the local* were I
| not favored by the fates and hud all
they could do holding the Michelln
team from increasing their lead.
Charlie Crabiel worked in brilliant
order, not only taking part in much
of his team's floor work and in their
many passes, but being able to cage
| the pellet from difficult angles on
the court.
McCreery missed but three chances
out of eight from the foul line.
Here are the make-ups:
Riversides (25) Michelins (81)
McCreery Taylor
right forward
Regan . C. Crabiel
left forward
Dunham Garland
center
Burns Kulthau
right guard
Allen Smith
left guard
Goals from field—Taylor (3),
Crabiel (6), Garland (3), Smith (2),
McCreery (6), Regan (2), Dunham
(2), Allen (1). Goals from foul
line—McCreery (5), Taylor (3).
Referee, Van Mulehahey.
MULLEN AND WILENTZ
AGREE ON BIG GAME!
Manager Joseph Mullen, of the
puritans, and Manager Dave Wilentz,
of the Riversides, have coine to au
agreement on a two-game series be
tween these teams. The first battle
Is to be staged under the manage
ment of the Riversides and the sec
ond under the Puritans. If eaoh
team should win one of the two
games, a third fray will be staged
and the winner of the game take all
the receipts.
Wilentz, of the city champions,
states that his team Is ready for the
big fray now. However, he adds
that It will probably be in the second
■week In February before the two
teams clash. The game will In all
probabilities he staged on the Audi
torium court. Arrangements havs
not yet been made with the Audi
torium management but it Ib expect
ed that there will be no hitch.
The second game may also be play
ed in the Auditorium providing
Mullen can come to a suitable agree
ment with H. P. Fox, of the popular
and spacious court.
The management of both these
teams have begun handing out or
ders under which their players are
to be governed until the "big game"
comes off so that every tosser Is kept
in the best of trim.
Those who remember the first
game played between the Puritans
and Riversides last year realize what
this series means. Prominent dopists
predict a larger attendance at the
games this season than that of last
year, although it would be hardly
probable in the case of the first game,
as the Auditorium was crowded
nearly to its capacity when the Ini
tial fray between the two strong
factors was staged last season.
MIKE MAZIE GIVES
JOE BLACK BEATING
Mike Mazle had an easy time with
Joe Black In his ten round bout Sat
urday night before the members of
the Liberal Athletic Club, In Rose
bank, S. I. Black took an "awful"
beating from the South Beach lad
who showed the cleverness and speed
which he U noted for. The bout
went the scheduled ten rounds but
there was no doubt as to the winner
for Mazie bested his opponent
throughout. Black was game and
tried hard but in vain.
Much depended upon this meeting
as Mazie's title was endangered.
Mazie Is the champion lightweight of
Staten Island and Black was a ser
ious contender. Now Black will
have to start building another layer
I to his career before he is able to
put a claim to the title again.
RAHWAY Y.M. C. A. AND
RIVERSIDES TO MEET
From all present Indications the
Riversides and the Rahway Y. M. C.
A. senior team will clash on the lat
ter's court January 27. All arrange
ments have not yet been completed.
However, the manager of the locals
states that the much awaited game
(s almost assured.
Any affair or happening, or eircum
itanee, which is too small to make a
Want Ad. worth while as an adjusting
force, ft too small to worrv about.
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197 New Brunswick Avcnu3
Sole Agent for Racycle and (Self
Starting) the Fljring Merkel Motor
cycle.
KEY PORT H. 8.
WIN IN FIRST
OF HOMEFRAYS
Local Crew of Rooters Turn
Out to Sea Ltnardo School
Te*m Trimmed.
FINAL SCORE IS 21-7
tperni to tht BVBXIKr} TfBWB.
Keyport, Jan. 20:—The revival of
the popular indoor winter sport, bas
ketball, was ushered into this city
Saturday night at the Broadway
theatre, when the local high school
five walloped the Leonardo high
school players to the tune of 21-7.
Keyport made six points before
Leonardo scored. Leonardo's second
basket was the best shot of the game,
one of her players placing the ball
in the basket from a difficult posi
tion. The half resulted 17 to 7.
The second half was got under
way with the advantage on Ihe local
end and was maintained to the last.
After ten minutes had passed Currie
was substituted for Poling and Mur
phy for Coinpton. Bahrenburg cov
ered himself with glory during this
half, executing fast playing and
throwing clean baskets.
How it happened:
Keyport iL S. (21) Leonardo (7)
Rapp Kelly
right forward
Hinea . Hunt
left forward
Bahrenburg Lankenau
center
Poling, Currie Mills
right guard
Matthews Compton, Murphy
left guard
Goals from the field—Rapp (2),
Hlnea (2), Bahrenburg (4), Poling
(1), Hunt (2), Mills (1). Goals
from the foul line—Rapp (S), Kelly
(1). Referee, F. Clark.
M'DONALD IN
SCHOOL BATTLE
McDonald, of Tottenville, wlio is a
member of the N. Y. U. Five, made a
good showing In his team's defeat, at
the hands of the Wesleyan quintet
Saturday night on the New York
squad's court by a 28-19 score. The
New York American says the follow
ing of Mac's playing in the article
about the late stages of the fray:
"It was here that McDonald, the New
York left forward, exocuted some
plain and fancy shooting that had
the crowd in an uproar." McDonald
scored two baskets.
WANDERERS IN
SOUTH AMBOY,
*
Five tossers playing under the'
nom de plume of the Puritan Wan
derers and managed by Big Chief
Payne will Invade the Knights of
Pythias oourt in South Amboy to
morrow night where they will oppose
the South Amboy A. C.t which is be
ing bandied by Billy O'Toole and
Rube Forgotson. A good game is ex
pected.
TO REALLY
ENJOY YOURSELF
YOU MUST VISIT THE
ERNST HOUSE
"RATHSKELLER"
Ob New Brunswick Avenue,
uear Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J.
CLEAN, HIGH CLASS
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7:30 to 12.
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American and European Plan.
Steam Heat — J^lectric Light
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Phone 690-Perth.
* All Iiost! •
* Every team In the immediate *
* vicinity which took part in a *
* game Saturday night met defeat. •
* The Riversides were surprised *
* by the Micheling and trimmed •
* by a 31-25 score. The Good- •
* wills wore outplayed to a 40-13 *
* tune by the Seasides in Ktiing- *
* ville, aBd the Tottenville A. C. *
* boned before the Jackson Five, *
* of New York, for the seeoud *
* time this season on the T. A. C. *
* court. *
* Only the game between the *
* "Rivies" and Micheling may *
* mean more than it seems just *
* now. The series between these *
* aggregations now stands at one *
* won and one lost to each. The
* locals will have to trim the *
* "Tiretown" boys to be able to *
* claim decided superiority over *
* county Bquads already buttled *
* with. *
****#•***•*•***$*«
SOUTH AMBOY
H. S. DEFEATED
Bow Before County S»at«rs
by 33-11 Score.
South Amboy high school's bas
ketball team was trounced by the
Now Brunswick high school team on
a county seat court Friday by a 33
11 score. Crane, of the South Aru
boyans, put up the best showing
while Kwiliasky worked in admir
able fashion too. Grace, Orr and
Anderson played with the hoys from
across the river too.
RED MEN HAVE
A CLOSE CALL
IN SAYREVILLE
Special to the EVKNI.VO NBWB.
SayrevlUe, Jan. 20.—On Thursday
night the Cubu of the Sayreville Lea
gue made a desperate attempt to
pull down the Itod Men from first
place, but only succeeded In taking
one game. If the Cubs had succeed
ed In taking two It would have placed
the lied Skins In a tie for first with
the Hassans.
On Friday night the Cubans cop
ped the odd game from the Red Ko?
placing the former in safe third
while the latter dropped out of the
three cornered tie at the fourth sta
tion between the Yankeos, Red .S03
and Cubs.
The score of the Cuban-Red Soi
game follows:
Cubans.
C. Popp 194 145 16C
Ooebler 118 149 161
Baumann 148 163 18C
Breuer 130 160 141
McN'all}' 205 166 134
795 773 766
lied Sox
RIaxeim 148 151 171
J. Miller 159 126 137
D. Lehman 149 167 112
K. Doehler, Jr. 157 173 103
O. I'opp, 179 188 155
791 803 678
When the housewife, who has been
paying perhaps a little too much for al
most every thing she buys, bocomes n
student ol the ads—it's equivalent to
a raise of salary for her husband!
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Over 30 years specialist at
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for blood poison, hereditary or other
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Consultation Tree—Medicine $1.
His Professional Services are
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SEASIDES TAKE
EASY ONE FROM
GOODWILL FIVE
Staten Islanders in Classy
Form Saturday Night Cop
Bacon from Locals.
BERNSTEIN IS THE STAR
Social <ft» KVKN1NO WEWB.
Eltiugville, Jan. 20:—Bernstein's
great playing made the victory for
the Seasides over the Goodwills, of
Perth Amboy, on the home court an
overwhelming one. The scores re
sulted 40-13. A new lineup was
presented by the Perth Amboyans,
but the Seasides were too strong for
the opposition placed.
Tooker scored eleven of his team's
thirteen points. Every tosser but
Wagner, of the Seasides, scored at
least four goals from the field. Bern
stein tallied seven field goals while
playing guard and worked In all
around clever fashion, being the
shining light of the fray.
Here are the make-ups:
Seasides (40) Goodwills ( IS)
Hennessey Tooker
Solheim Sullivan
forwards
Krumppe Miller
center
Bernstein Marshall
Wagner Looser
guards
Goals from field—Hennessey (4),
Solheim (4), Krumppe (5), Bern
stein (7), Tooker (8), Marshall (1).
Goals from foul line—Tooker (5),
HIGH SCHOOL
TRACK MEN IN
POORSHOWINC
Competing against some of the
best runners from thirty-five well
known academies of New York and
New Jersey, the four local boys who
contested In a few of the events at
the "Poly Prep" meet In Brooklyn,
Saturday night, were unable to make
a noticeable showing. It may be
mentioned that this was the first
time that any of these boys ever
took part in any New York meet.
Aceompaniers of the local team say
the crimson and white lads did splen
didly considering the calibre of their
competitors.
Schnltzor, who was entered In the
75 yard dash novice, finished very
poorly. His friends declare ho would
have made a better showing If he
had worn his "speos." His short
sighteduofis proved a great hind
rance.
Booth and Ramsay, who ran the
660 novice, finished tenth and
twelfth respectively, in the heats
which they ran. There were forty
five entries in this event. Stans, of
Brooklyn Preparatory School, finish
ed first.
Pickorsgill's showing in the 1,000
yard run was considered good. He
finished tenth out of forty runners.
Lovely, of Manual training hign
school, won this event.
WONDERS LOSE
IN ELTINCVILLE
The Seaside Juniors, of Eltlng
ville, trimmed the Diamond Wonders
of Tottenvllle, on the former's court
by a 19-8 tally Saturday night. Th«
fray was a preliminary to the malr
bout which was between the Sea
sides and the Goodwills. O'Leary
was the only tosser of the Totten
ville make-up who was able to cage
j the sphere from the field. He scored
two field goals and one foul while the
other three points were tallied by
throws from the foul line by Cope
land. Fountain played center for
the Diamonds. Copcland, O'Leary
and Gray worked as forwards and
fountain, aud Hollowell performed
j as guards.
WOMAN WHO KNOWS VALUES;
and to whom an advertised "speciK*
sale," which looks like a sure oppor
tunity for buying, economically, some
thing that must be bought, is a deeply
interesting: NEWS ITEM.
LIVE TIPS
By BOSCO
I.atest greeting: Uood morning! Have you been robbed yet?
• • •
Oh you female burglar. Who's the best girl ketcher? Get busy,
boys,
• ♦ •
Detectives I<iillaby.
Robbers are here.
Houses are looted,
Police are working,
Hut nobody's shooted
Some clever thieves,
Woman helps too.
Curses! .lack Dalton!
Can't flnd a clue.
* * •
.lust because a mau is wedded to his art is tio reason why he should
neglect her.
♦ * •
Beyond the pale of civilization—the way girls powder their faces
nowadays.
* * *
Next week circulars will be issued by the burglars telling what
houses they expect to rob during the following week. Copies will be
sent to the police first.
» • *
Truths of n Muse.
Two hundred and twenty-five square inches of fikin were ingrafted
on a girl Saturday.—News item.
There is graft in the waiter tips.
In the politcian's job.
There's graft in the case of Sipp
And among the nation's nabobs.
Even there is graft in Nature
By which cures are made,
So there must be graft iu everything.
As political Bill has said.
* » *
Walk Cleaned.
He held her hand, the hour was late,
'Twas time for him to go,
ft was a wintry night outside
Aud It began to snow.
Still he stayed on, his ardent love
With burning words to tell.
The storm Increased, the whirling snow
Faster and faster fell.
He stMl remained and eloquent.
He praised his Heart's Delight.
The snowdrifts ever deeper grew.
The town was buried quite.
At last her father called: "Young man.
You seem to like to talk!
But you can stay to breakfast if
You'll shovel off the walk!"
JACKSON FIVE TRIM
TOTTENVILLE AGAIN
For the second time this season,
the Jackson Five, of New York, con
quered the Tottenville A. C. basket
ball team on the latter's own court
Saturday night. This time the fray
resulted 48-29. Manager Willis Lar
kin tried many combinations hut the
mighty Jacksons seemed to bo able
to wade through every and any
make-ui> that the Islanders could
present.
Displaying unequalled speed and
possessing more weight than their
opponents, the Jaeksous were able
to make the victory a decisive one.
"Bobby" Macan and "Father" Pag
j nod were tho strong points in the
T. A. C. make-up. The former held
his man to an even snore, each tally
ing four field goals and Pagnod
dropped five through the net.
Preacher was held scoreless the last
half while Bedell's efforts resulted !
in but two points in the first stanza, j
Hart, of the New York team, was j
able to cage seven while Price and 1
TEAMS AFTER
LOCAL CAMESI
The Ramblers, of Woodb ridge, are
anxious to meet all 1 10 pounds
(average) basketball teams in this
vicinity. Address all communications
' to Manager George Datum, P. O. Box
| 43. Port Reading.
IS CAME 0. K.?
Manager J. J. Dolan, of the Sea
i side basketball team, is anxious to
I learn whether or not the game he
j lias booked with the Sterlings for
j Friday night is O. K. or not.
I ^ead the Classified An,- on page 8
Betts, who took turns at playing him
were kept to two baskets. Price
scored both of those. Belts being un
able to locate the center of the
shreds.
It was not an inglorious defeat,
for the Tottenville clan were trim
med by one of the classiest aggrega
tions that ever struck the K. of P.
hall in the burg across the river.
How and why.
Jack sous (48) T. A. O. (20)
Toohey V. Bedell, Preacher
Goals from the lield: Toohey (4),
Ward (4), Hart (7), ltadgers (2),
Hyman (5), Pagnod (5), Bedell (1),
Price (2), Macan (4). Goals from
foul line: Toohey (4), Cline (5).
Why It Is "The Thunderer."
It was mud splashing that gained the
London Times its uickname of the
Thunderer. The name was first ap
plied when two women were bespat
tered with mud by u horsewau riding
much too close to them. The Times In
a leading article harshly criticising
his bad manners alleged that the horse
man was the Duke of Cumberland. A
denial was made ou behalf of the duke,
and the Times then published a second
article beginning, "When a few days
ago we thundered out"— and popular
appreciation of this modest expression
saw to it that the nlckuatne stuck even
tighter than the mud.- London Chronr
icle..
„ A Littlo Bit Lata.
Briggs-—Everybody should lay nj>
something for a rainy day. Griggs—
True. But too many wait until It be
gins to sprinkle before starting to do
so.—Boston Transcript.
Pagnod
Price, Betts
Macan
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