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ATHLETICS PUT IIP
Champion Victorioas Forced
to Play Hockey to
The Amateur Athletic association
hockey team went down to defeat last
night before the fast Gotzian Victorias,
but the defeat was not without some hon
or, as the athletics had fewer points scor
ed against them than any team that has
crossed sticks with the "Vies" this sea
son. The result of the game was some
what of a surprise, as the followers of
the game looked for the defeat of the A.
A. A. by at least ten or twelve points
after their 7 to 0 defeat at the hands of
the Virginias last Monday, but the best
the champions of the Northwest could do
last night was 5 to 0.
The Athletics had two new men on their
team. Brown and Murphy, of the St. Paul
lacrosse team. Neither of them have been
chasing the puck very much this season,
but Brown put up a first-class article of
hockey. At times "Murph" would show
glimpses of his old time form, but on the
whole his work was not up to that of
Ames, who played his position In the Vir
ginia game. Gordon at goal played a very
pretty game, making many very pretty
Lady Suffered Tortures with Itching
Scalp Humor—One Box of Cuti
cura Ointment and One Cake of
Cuticura Soap Cured Her.
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309 Grand St., Jersey City, N. J."
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Of the Gridiron, Race Track, Boxers and Bowling Alleys
In the seventh game of the pair tourney
at the Chess and Whist club last night
high scores were made by I>euel and Met
calfe and Harris and Owens and Erwin
and Johnson. The scores:
North and Soutfy—
Buford and Countryman... 192
Perry and McDonald 189
Wilson and Green 186
Allen and Pine 186
Cummings and Purtell 194
Fetter and Sanders ... f. 189
Deuel and Metcalfe 195
Total .T:... .1,331
Average, 190 1-7. ♦ ■ '
East and West—
Reed and Metcalf 133
Sperry and Mavkham , 136
Erwin and Johnson ..'. 139
Harris and Owens 139
Wade and Dunaway 131
Pine and Hyde * 136
Patterson and Ringold 130
Total *.... 944
Average, 134 6-7.
stops, and it was hfs work that was main
ly responsible for the low score made by
The team, as a whole, played a much
better game than that of last Monday
nig-ht. although it was not very gentle,
and now and then there was some first
class team work, but it was broken up
before the disc landed between the goal
The Victorias, as usual, played a steady,
consistent game without much of the
spectacular, and individual stars were
hard to pick. They all showed that they
knew the gentle art of rough housing and
could use their knowledge to good advan
tage when it was necessary. The main
feature of the Victorias' play is their team
work, and they used several combinations
last night that were very effective, all but
one of their goals being the result of team
work. Jimmy Allen worked in a very
pretty goal all by himself after carrying
the puck the length of the field by neat
work against the boards. Soon after scor
ing it he and Newell got into a rather
heated discussion while both were repos
ing on the ice as a result of some fancy
tripping and both were ruled off for three
The prettiest work of the evening wa3
when Cook and Armstrong passed the
puck the length of the field between them.
"Army" failed at goal, but Clayton re
covered and shot it through the goal
keeper. Saunders drew first blood after a
pass from Allan. This was followed by
goals from Cook and Clayton before the
half ended. The second half was opened
by the play mentioned above and was
followed by Allen's lone hand play, but
here the fireworks ended, as the Athletics
took a sudden brace and for ten minutes
kept the puck near the "Vies" goal, and
for the first and only time during the
evening Taylor at goal had a chance to
distinguish himself, but he took good care
of everything that came his way, and the
game closed with a clean score for the
Victorias and the puck in the A. A. A.
territory. The lineup:
Victorias. Position. A. A. A.
Taylor G Gordon
Moritz P Murphy
Saunders (Capt.) .C. P Sudheimer
Cook R Brown
Armstrong C Anson (Capt.)
Allen L,. W Newell
Clayton ft. W Bywater
Parrar, of the Virginias, referee; Patter
son, timekeeper; time of halves, twenty
JACKSON WINS IN
Texas Man Defeats Best Professionals In
TAYLOR, Tex., Jan. 18.— J. A- Jackson
Sr., of Austin, won first honors from 21
competitors by bringing down 19 .out of a
possible 20 birds in the handicap, today's
feature of the shooting tournament which
has begun here.
The Ttandicap was open to all and was
at inanimate targets. Those who divided
second money were: Fred Gilbert, of
Iowa; William Heer, of Kansas, and Otto
Sens, of Houston, each bagging is birds.
Tomorrow's programme calls lor six 25
rock events and one 100 rock event.
UNDER THE KNIFE
St. Dog Undergoes Amputation of
CHICAGO, Jan. IS.—"Flood," the cham
pion Russian deerhound, holding tho
world's record for the highest and longest
jump,' has been operated upon in a Chi
cago dog hospital.
One of the animal's logs which had
been broken by the kick of a horse has
been amputated. W'fhin a few days it is
expected the dog wi.; !;e shipped back in
§ood health to its owner. J. S. Wolflnjr
t. Paul, Minn.
Will Play Alumni
The Virginia hockey team will play the
Minneapolis Alumni Saturday evening at
the downtown riuk.
SAINTS WIN GAME
Collegians Defeat Y. M. C. A.
The Y. M. C. A. basketball team was
defeated by the St. Thomas five last even-
Ing at the former's gymnasium by a score
of 29 to 19. This was the second game
played by the association boys In the
city league. The game started with two
baskets in quick succession for the Y. M.
C. A., then the college boys got to work,
and with three pretty baskets by O'Keefe
took the lead and kept it until the finish.
O'Keefe showed good judgment in throw
ing for the basket. Time and again would
he catch the ball with two or three men
trying to guard-him, and, wriggling him
self free, would throw a basket. The
association boys did not play their usual
fast game, ,but seemed to linger, not
knowing what to do. The college five
showed great speed in advancing the ball
up the field by quick passes. Both teams
seemed unable to become accustomed to
the new rule, which states that no two
men of the same side can touch the ball
at the same time. This foul was made
throughout the whole game. Meacham,
of the Y. M. C. A. team, did most of the
good work for his team. The result of
the game ties St. Thomas and the Agri
cultural team for first place. The A. A.
A. juniors have not as yet played in any
of the scheduled games, so their place is
undecided. They will play the St. Thom
as five at the latter's gymnasium Friday
evening. The game will probably be one
of the fastest yet played in the league,
as both teams have defeated the Y. M. C.
A. The teams last evening lined, up as
Y. M. C. A. St. Thomas.
Hanson L. F. Blewett-Wetzen
Meacham R. F O'Keefe
Ostregren C Sheran
Johnson L. G Gordon Capt
Youngqulst R. G McNallen
Referees. Lamb and Snyder; umpire,
Greaves; timekeepers, Rourke and Young
time of halves, 20 minutes; baskets
thrown, O'Keefe 9, Ostregren 3, Meacham
2, Hanson 2, and Toleson, Sheran and
Blewett each 1; baskets on fouls, Hansen
2, Wetzen 4, Gordon 1; points for being
interfered with when throwing for the
basket, St. Thomas 2, Y. M C A. 1
MAULEY WILL MEET
GORDEN ON THE MAT
St. Paul and Minneapolis Wrestlers Ex
pect to Settle Something
James McAuley, heavyweight wrestler
of St. Paul, is matched to meet John
Gorden, of Minneapolis, at the Star the
ater tomorrow night. The match is slated
as a championship affair, involving the
Who Will Meet Gordon, of Minneapolis.
premiership of the Twin Cities in the
In a previous match which was decided
at the Dewey theater, Minneapolis, last
week Gorden was returned a winner after
38 minutes of hard work. McAuley main
tained that he was not in good condition
at the time of the that match and asked
for a return engagement, which was
granted\ by the Minneapolis man.
Down Town Ball Park Skating Rink
12th and Robert.
MUSIC EVERY NIGHT
Open every afternoon and evening.
Gentlemen, Isc; ladies and children,
10c. Skates to rent. Telephone North
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| COMMERCIAL LEAGUE?
The R. G. Dun team won two games
from the Guiterman Bros, on the Doris
alleys last night. Jedlicka, of the R. G.
Dun team, scored 210 in the first game.
The Crane & Ordway team lost two
games to the Omaha team on the Court
alleys, and the Field-Schlick team took
two from the Tpwle Syrup company on
the Pfister alleys. The scores-
R. G. Dun-
Young 130 168 153
JedlicKa 210 145 151
Weiner 174 181 143
Kronning 130 110 140
Klusterman 163 192 167
Totals 807 786 768
Lind 210 156 151
Conrad 160 158 142
Salt 147 178 193
Schrier 160 127 157
Best 117 .109 129
Totals 784 728 796
Crane & Ordway—
Gault 164 127 179
Carrier ...97 135 111
Popenburger 134 171 165
Scott .... '. 149 168 159
Feldman 145 168 216
Totals 689 769 820
Walterdorf 166 176 160
Moore 175 170 143
Stolpestad 156 157 128
Schaller 180 221 180
Dayton 165 156 152
Totals " 792 880 763
Towle Syrup —
WagneT 131 163 119
La Vail 166 107 164
Leho 146 137 125
Omolley 143 153 162
Huff 190 183 134
Totals 776 744 704
Pompoun 159 180 174
Nyquist 123 147 117
Tingwall 157 160 200
Barrett 167 134 .171
Brettner 160 133 168
Totals 766 754 830
Successful Matinee Decided at
Special to The Globe
STILLWATER, Minn., Jan. 18.—One of
the best race meetings ever held in this
city occurred this afternoon on the Lake
St. Croix ice track. The attendance num
bered about 800 and horses participated
from New Richmond, Hudson and else
Glory, owned by L. C. Tatro, of 'New
Richmond; Oliver Twist, owned by Ed
O'Brien, of Hudson, and German Willie,
owned by Phil Samuelson. of Hudson,
were entered in the free-for-all, which
was won by Oliver Twist in six heats. His
best time was 1:08 for a half mile.
Five horses were entered in the second
race, namely, Prince, owned by Dan Cur
tiss, Stillwater; Ethlyn, owned by H. W.
Doolittle. Stillwater; Dolly, Paul Cap
lazie; Ethlyn. owned by H. W. Doolittle,
Stillwater; Dolly, Paul Capiazje; Mamie S.
Ed Thompson, South Stillwater, and
Quigley Boy, owned by Eugene Mellin.
The race was a splendid one between
Prince and Ethlyn, the former winning by
a narrow margin in 1:12 for the first heat
and 1:12% for the second heat. The visit
ing horsemen were thoroughly satisfied
with the result, and have asked the local
management to arrange for another mati
nee within two weeks, when other horses
will be entered. The ice track is in per
fect condition and will be kept in condi
tion throughout the remainder of the win
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Jan. 18.—The na
tional baseball commission in a. decision
announced today allowed the claim of the
Rochester (N. V.) club for $150" advanced
to Catcher Clarke, who recently was
awarded to Cleveland, and ordered the
Cleveland club to pay that amount out of
Clarke's salary when he earns it.
The Buffalo club * was allowed thirty
days in which to give new evidence in the
case of Dave Brain, who recently was
awarded $1,167 as his share of the, pur
qhase price paid Buffalo by St. Louis for
Vagrants Go to Jail
Out of over twenty weary and home
less individuals who applied for beds
in the South St. Paul city hall on
Tuesday night, five were selected for
free homes in the Hastings jalL
NEW ORLEANS SEES
Telescope and No. fO Collide,
Latter Killed and Former
NEW ORLEANS, La., Jan. 18.—Favor
ites fared badly despite favorable condi
tions today. Hostility and Red Raven,
both of whom outclassed their fields, were
the only winning choices. Gay Boy, a
strong favorite in the fourth race, re
fused to break with his field and was left
at the post. The stewards today fined J.
T. Williams $100 for his affair with Book
maker Fred Cook in the betting ring re
cently. While at exercise this morning
No. 10, owned by W> W. Lyle, collided
with Telescope. No. 10 was killed and
Telescope so badly hurt that he will have
to be thrown out of training. Summary:
First race, six and a half furlongs—
Floral Wreath, 108. Gannon, 6 to 1, won;
Athlana. 11G, Dominick, 15 to 1, second;
Mary McCaffertyr 108, Nicol, 12 to 1 third
Time, 1:21. Our Sallle, Miss Gomez,
Daisy Green, Bonnie Lithe, Princess
Atheling, Mrs. Frank Foster, Cyuttica
Second race, three furlongs—Hostility,
102, Nicol, 6 to 5, won; Grove Center, 107,
J. Martin, 4 to 1. second; Veribest 107,
Baird, 25 to 1, third. Time, :37. Lieber
Gore, Mosaic, Markis Meyer, Tennebon,
Grey Dal, Malt, Irma Brown, Ada St.
Mary also ran.
Third race, six and a half furlongs—
Red Raven, 103, Nicol. 6 to 5, won; Felix
Mozzes, 97, J. Mclntyre, 7 to 1, second.
Unmasked, 96, Crimmins, 12 to 1 third.
Time, 1:20 3-5. La Cache, Green Gown,
Clover Hampton. Wreath of Ivy, Cater
pillar, Fox Hunting, John 11, Flamboy
ant, Kinlight also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap—
Escutcheon, 93. Aubuchon, 10 to 1, won;
Edith May, 102, Livingston, 5 to 1, sec
ond; Florentine, 96. J. Mclntyre, 6 to 1,
third. Time, 1:13. Astarita, Poseur,
Topic, Phil Finch, Yellmantown, Gisbock
also ran. Gay Boy left at post-
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs—April
Showers, 100, Nicol, 12 to 1, won; Josette,
105, J. Martin. 6 to 1, second; Little Jack
Homer, 99, Crimmins, 20 to 1, third. Time,
1:20 3-5. Lord of the Valley, Vestry,
Optional, Lieut. Rice, Triple Silver. Lida
Tjeib, Mary ' Glenn, Mrs. Bob, Hakim also
Sixth race, mile and an eighth—Stone
wall. 112, Shaver, 12 to 1. won; Exclama
tion, 97, Baird, 5 to 2, second; Keogh. 93,
T. Meade, 30 to 1. third. Time, 1:55.
George Vivian, Leader, Lee King, Love's
Labor, La Chaperone, Louise Stapp also
Poor* Start Mars Race
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 18.—At
Oakland today, with Claude out of the
way, five accepted the call for the $1,000
handicap. The race was marred, by a
poor start, R.. C. Condon being the lucky
one to get away and he led his field all
the way. The pace was slow throughout,
and 'Elliott, the post favorite, was an easy
second from Bombardier. Summary:
First race. Futurity course—Hipponax,
108, Alarie, 4% to 1, won; The Hawaiian,
103,' Bonner, 20 to 1, second; Brennus,
108, Bell, 7 to 5, third. Time, 1:14. Fol
low Me. Lurene. Prestano, Inspector
Munro and Presidio also ran.
Second race, five and a half furlongs—
Sea Voyage, 87, Taylor, 2 to 1, won; St.
George Jr.. 106, Helgesen, 4 to 1. second;
Hulford, 103, Jones, 10 to 1, third. Time,
1:11. Tarn O'Shanter, Captain Forsee,
Gallopoff and True Wing also ran.
Third race, mile and one hundred yards
—Mr. Farnum, 1107, Bonner, 3 to 1, won;
Yellowstone, 105, Davis, 8 to 5, second;
Ginspray, 102, Chandler, 5 to 1, third.
Time, 1:52. Resin, Crack 0., Mosketo,
Langford James and El Moro also ran.
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenth —W.
R. Condon, 107. Anderson, 3 to 1, won;
Elliott, 109, Bullman, 7 to 5, second;
Bombardier, 111, Davis, 5 to 2, third.
Time, 1:51%. Veterano and Ora Viva
Fifth race, mile and fifty yards—Hai
nault, 104, Davis. 7 to 10, won; Major Ten
ney, 109, Bonner, 12 to 1, second; Modi
cum, 107, Fountain. 9 to 5, third. Time,
1:50%. Meistersinger, Esherin and Harka.
Sixth race, seven furlongs—Sea Air, 98,
Anderson. 7 to 1, won; M. A. Powell, 103,
Bonner, 10 to 1, second; Head Dance, 103,
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THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE, in connection with lines from
Kansas City, now offers better and more frequent service
to Los Angeles for travelers from the Twin Cities than
ever before, with through time, as follows:
Leave Minneapolis 7:30 P. M., St. Paul 8:00 P. M
Arrive Omaha 7:05 A. M. and Kansas City 4 00 P M *
Leave Kansas City 8:40 P. M.
Arrive Los Angeles 6:30 A. M. the third day.
Leave Minneapolis 9:10 A. M.. St. Paul 9:40 A. M
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Arrive Los Angeles 2:45 P. M. the third day.
Cafe ajjd parlor Car on Aa * train- Twin Cities to Omaha.
.Buffet Sleeping Car on night train to Kansas City, and
.Dining Car on both trains from there tC *os Angeles.
•Sleeping Car accommodations should be reserved in advance at
396 Robert Street, Ryan Hotel, St. Paul.
600 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis, or
T. W. TEASDALE, fieneral Passenger Agt., St. Paul, Minn.
Kuna, 6 to 1, third. Time, 1:31. Yada.
Arisbe. Ferryman, Fisher Boy and The
Mist also ran.
Small Fields the Rule
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Jan. 18.—Small
fields were the rule at Ascot today, and
favorites were successful in four races.
The others fell to well played horses.
First race, short course • steeplechase
handicap—Decimo, 135, Hughes, 3 te 1,
won; Jim Bozeman, 140, Comas, 5 to 2,
second; Allegiance, 150, Fulks, 7 to 5,
third. Time, 3:07%. Autumn Time, Col.
Ballantyne and Count Rudolph also ran.
Second race, three and a half furlongs—
Father Catcham, 113, Miller, 7 to 5, won;
Silver Sue, 107, Dugan, 6 to 1, second;
Dorothea Frey, 107, Treubel, 4 to 1, third.
Time. :42^. Wee Girl, Daisy, Brouck and
Azubia also ran.
Third race, one mile—Mart Gentry, 87,
Moriarity, 2 to 1, won; Del Coronado, 91,
McDaniel. 4 to 1, second; Spring Leaf,
85, Wood. 8 to 1, third. Time,- 1:42%.
Home Bred also ran.
Fourth race, mile and seventy yards—>
Flo Bob, 107, Treubel, 6 to 5, won- Bo
logna, 85, Wood, 7 to 2, second; Blissful,
102, McDaniel, 3 to 1, third. Time, 1:46.
Bugle Horn also ran.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth—Padua,
105, Lynch, 3 to 1, won; Ralph Young,
101, McDaniel, 7 to 5, second; Briar
Thorpe, 101, Perrine. 7 to 1, third. Time,
1:47%. Wenrick and Cloche dOr also ran.
Sixth race, one mile—Potrero Grande,
107, McDaniel, 9 to 5, won; Golden Light,
114, Tooman, 4 to 1, second; Namtor, 117,
Dugan, 9 to 5, third. Time. 1:42»£. Ben
Lear, Ed Guinzburg, Patsy Brown, Hua
pala and Anrid also ran.
Ma^s Big Winning
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Jan. 18.—Rose
ben at Essex park this afternoon was the
medium of a big killing by David John
son, the eastern plunger, who owns th»
gelding, and a coterie of-his friends. It
is said that more than $100,000 was clean
ed up on the race. Smithson, a boy who
rode fairly well at Brighton Beach last
summer, but was unknown here, had the
mount on Roseben today. None of the
stable money was bet here. It was all
put on, it is said, in eastern pool rooms.
It rained all afternoon and the track was
in bad shape again. Nevertheless four
favorites won and six would have landed
in front but for a couple of over confi
dent riders. Summary:
First race, three furlongs—Main. 109,
Sperling, 9 to 5, won; Good, 104, Fisher.
15 to 1, second; Carthage, 109, Troxler, 8
to 1, third. Time, :38%. Mountain Lad,
Dr. McCarty, George Shell, Mazzeni and
Port Worth also ran.
Second race, seven furlongs—Maverick,
IJ9 Everson, 7 to 5, won; Leenja, 112,
Dickson, 4 to 1, second; St. Florence. 112,
Sperling, 6 to 1, third. Time, 1:34. Silver
Mead, Loone, Navarin and Give All also
Third race, five furlongs—lncense, 97,
Creamer, 8 to 1, won; Toscan, 96, Cor
mack. 3 to 5, second; Moon Et, 95, Dick
son, 9 to 5. third. Time, 1:03 1-3. Miss
Affable, E. C. Runte, Mamie Worth and
Jim Along also ran.
Fourth race, six furlongs—Roseben, 118,
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"JjfiLl This' condition will . not '■ improve •of ; its own n accord, ;i but ' Instead f you . will cjft &:■
• (K*^ ; < gradually get" worse"." -■ Call; on ■or iwrite i the' Master 5 Specialist ? at . the I Hei-1! JS^/i
a gradually worse. Call corner Fifth' and Master Specialist at He,'; Wl::
delberg Medical Institute, corner Fifth and Robert streets, St. Paul. He wl
JaL will 1 guarantee ;; to * cure : you,> stop i that ; drain = upon * your system | and i give JMI.
■ ihl ■< back to you' your, manhood. 5 Consultation i and i examination I free,*; and *, not | S&i
aback to you your manhood. Consultation examination free, and not wlf
a dollar need be paid for medicine or treatment if you fall to get cured. W f
1? Everything strictly confidential. > r Every " train brings r some - man A from, a Ik
I ««a^ distance; to; be; cured.,; Railroad fare; deducted ir for.- out *of - town' patients '32^
a distance to be cured. Railroad fare deducted for out of town patients
coining to the city. V I
JBk rnrr T I* *T SI TUT The Master Specialist will give one mk.
rKth InhAlMclil ■■•week's free trial -treatment to all diseased JS? ■
C Iv-JiVv.^'i II un ■-- 111 :bll i men -.-: t come and be convinced bow ME =
"'jHk his ? wonderful s Electro-Medical -;'- = Treatment :• cures. ■■'/.. .'.;■.,'*■ • •■.■--*- •"-'. - t " >- ■ ; •.*■:• t»
;> aQCPBCT : —Varlcocele, Rupture, Night.' Losses. Sexual Weak- C%
fSk a OCuntl UIOLHOLO tf ness.. ? Enlarged Prostate. Dwarfedi;.Organs, Stric- "S> f
tfjfciture,f Gonorrhoea,^Blood'«'Poison-:(Syphilis),'?and"all '■> diseases -2 cured of-"a•• SSf.:
ature, Gonorrhoea, Blood Poison (Syphilis), and all diseases cured ";"*T;• SSr
private nature for which you dislike to go to your family doctor. V f
H WRITER UCinCI DCDO MEDICAL 2
a %s£gss^is®2ii CIUCLDLIHI -institute --m
iSST-J ; examination £ and c^be r "•;^cor:- Fifth and ; Robert Sts., St. Paul. < &
'.Cf £ ?free;« Many; cases: can'be; ,: > c?. r-.r inil a"?- R°fa?r* f^i? :=-*" 4^l?^?
•** 3by °me treat" Hours-8 a. m. to B'p. m. Sundays- j£
Hglfcrr' : r—* " 9a.m. to Ip.m. , Ob'
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Smithson, even, won; Buttons. 120, H.
Callanan, 4 to 1, second; Never Such. 98
A. W. Booker, 15 to 1. third. Time, 1:18.
Sheena and Aden also ran.
nF lf Ah T rac^. seven furlongs—Roommate,
114, McLaughlin. 7 to 5, won; Waterford,
ill 1 ormack^. 5 t0 L second; Operator.
114, Sperling, 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:35%!
ivernia, Ladas, Locket and Cornwall also
T\ri^ tl'"^ I. 1, eL" and an " eighth—Tete?
Noir,-90. ■: Goodchild, -4. to l, v won; King
raine, 110, J. J. Walsh. 2 to 5, second- •
Hucena. 103, Lange, 30 >to 1, third. Time
2:04. Compass, Cashier and Priority also
ran.' ; -•;■;; -*<-■; .>y. ■■ .• ■-..-, ■.-. ;. ,»-...>;
EGEBERG QUITS IN
With Score Even Complains of Hurts-
Decision Goes to Piening
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.—After each man
had gained a fall in the international
Graeco-Roman wrestling match tonight
between John Piening, of this city, and
H. H. Egeberg, of Denmark, who claims
the Danish championship, the latter quitr
after wrestling six minutes and twelve
seconds, in the third bout, and Referee
Hugh Leonard, of the New York Athletic
club, awarded the contqst to Piening.
The match took place in the Grand Cen
tral Palace before an audience of about
5,000. Egeberg, who was a very decided
favorite, secured the first fall with a side
chancery hold in 16 minutes 21 seconds.
Piening got the next fall in 8 minutes 28
seconds with a back hammer lock and a
half-nelson combined. When Egeberg re
gained his feet he complained of his left
arm. which seemed to be helpless.
After the usual rest of ten minutes the
men re-entered the ring and after some
very rough work Egeberg refused to con
tinue, claiming that his arm was Injured.
Will Play Billiards
Two billiard matches are carded to
take place this week at the Hatley &
Dorjs billiard hall. 56-62 East Fifth street.
Tonight Ferris is pitted against Hatley.
and tomoirow night Billiter will be , the ,
veteran's opponent. The games will be
300 points, 14-inch balk line. Invitations
have been issued to all the'billiard en
thusiasts of St. Paul asking that they be
State Timber Sold
The state treasury has been enriched
by $30,000 from the sales of scattering
tracts of state timber at five county
sales just concluded by State Auditor
Iverson. Sales were held at I>uluth,
Grand Rapids, Aitkin,' Bemidji and
Walker, and the cash for the timber
was turned over to State Treasurer
Block, who accompanied the auditor on
his trip through Northern Minnesota.
TRY THE GLOBE PAYING WANTS.