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5= I o , a I 1 I ^ Appropriate to tke Season l)\ A cut of hot, juicy Roast Beef and a glass OR* ^ * 1 ^ of Ballantine's Real American India Pale Ale are A broiled live Lobster taken with a bottle of • 1 1 most agreeable companions this Ale will dwell together in unity- ^ * I ^ Cool, plump Oysters on the half, after the m . * I theatre, and the same old Ale, just touch the ® A Welsh Rarebit needs this good old Ale I right spot- for harmonious results. I CONFORMS TO THE NATIONAL PURE FOOD LAW Order a case from your grocer or dealer. If neither has it telephone No. 1751 « Market, or drop us a postal card, which will receive our prompt attention «■ I Brewed in America ballantine’s Breweries Newark, N. J. 6| XAV.ERS NOSE OUT THE MERCURY FIVE; ST. MICHAELS WIN BY SURE SHOT. THE Xavier Catholic Club five won from the crack Mercury Five, of New York, at Casino Hall yes teiday afternoon by a score of 28 to 25. The first half ended 16 to 9 In favor of the home quintet. The Manhattan iearn, however, tallied 16 points to the Xaviers’ 12 in the last period, but the latter five's clever work enabled them to win. McDonough excelled for the locals, while Mintz played best for the Mercury*. The line-up: Xaviers. Mercury* i.ttz. Ranch.Keller G. McDonough.Brenner Forwards. Bruggy . Mintz Centre Curley, Welch.Herllne. Frledel Guards Tbe St. Michael's celebrated its re turn to the sport of basketball by trimming the crack Belleville Catholic Club quintet at Harmonia Hall last night hy the score of 29 to 22. The home combination's playing in the last period enabled them to win. The Ini tial half ended with the score 16 to 9 In favor of St. Michael. Mulroy played s groat game at forward, caging 9 baskets. The team lined up as follows St. Michaels. Belleville. Dempsey, Mulroy.Daly, Flynn Forwards. Hum . Sullivan Centre. Doretnus, Chadwick.Gonld, Neary Gua ds. Another victory was added by the Bay Views when that quintet downed the Lyceum Five, of Jersey City, tu the tune of 32 to 24 at the Wheelmen’s hall yesterday afternoon. The score at the end of the first half was 14 to 8 in favor of the locals. Miller, the irack centre of the Views, put up a star game. He tallied 7 goals! while Ills clever Jumping was one of the main features of the game. Degnan played best for the Lyceumites. The lino up Bay View. Lyceum Five. Kussmaul, Brophy.Degnan, Petrlck Forwards. Miller . . Garland Centre. t Hahn. Ferguson.Irving. Davis Guards. The first of a series of games be tween the Celluloids and the Bay Views will take place at the former's club Thursday night. The junior teams of both clubs will clash In the preliminary game At Casino Hall, In Orange, yester day afternoon the Rambler Small Five defeated the Elmwoods, of Orange, 30 to 16. The Turn Vereln Vorwaerts Juniors will meet the National Combination Five at Turn Hall Thursday night. Bayley Lyceum will discontinue bas ketball until January 11. The Ironside Featherweights defeated the Bay View Juniors on the latter's court Sunday night by a score of 22 to The Lyceum Five, of Bloomfield downed the Orange Valley "gym'' quintet on their home court yesterday afternoon by a score of 48 to 40. The game was fast throughout the first period, ending 22 to 16 In favor of the t home five. ! EIGHT TEAMS ROLL IN THE STAR HEADPIN MATCHES ON HOLIDAY. | That Fact Shows That There Is No Waning of Interest in the Tourney. BY BERT DODGE. BOWLERS representing Company H, First Regiment, in the STAR headpin tournament, found holi day engagements too enticing last night, and most of them asked for an other date. One of the soldier teams rolled, however, and the All-Americans, who were also scheduled, were right on the Job. The fact that eight teams per formed, In spite of the fact that a somewhat strenuous Christmas celebra tion was waning, speaks well for the popularity of the big tournament that the STAR is running on the Iroquois allevs. There was a lack of high scoring last night, though it was not through any lack of effort on the part of the per formers. The All-American A and All American B teams rolled in the first squad. Poppe was high, with a score of 82, made with a miss In the sixth frame, and another In the eleventh box. The. All-American C and All-American D teams rolled next. Neither was able to reach the headpin In anything like a uniform style. The All-American E and All-American F teams did consid erably better. Weber, with one miss, tallied 91 and led the squad. The Clerks went on with the A team of Company H. First Regiment, in the last squad. The totals were creditable. Prout, with three misses, had the ex cellent score of 91. The tallies are all Indicated below: A LI.r-AMERICAN A ALL-AMERICAN H Sheridan . MW. Koch . 66 Todd . 63 Bcunlan . 57 Conroy . 78 Klrchpaum . 74 Sc he hr . 43 F Koch . 47 Poppe . 82 Quinn . 48 Total . 320 Total . 282 ALL-AMERICAN C ALL-AMERICAN I) L Ebers . M McDermitt . 34 Smith . 46 Baker . 17 Munsch . 48' J Ebers . 68 Conrad! . 461G Koch . 15 Norman . 22| Lynch . 30 Total . 215| Total . 164 ALL-AMERICAN El A LL-AMKRICAN F W eber . 911 Ma rtln . 70 Smith . 401P. Lynch . 29 Hart . 76' J. Smith . 32 Burns . 66 Wolf . 53 Shraut . 76 j Bet tel . 61 Total . 348: Total . 236 CO. H. 1ST REGT . CLERKS. Peek . Sl| Gordlng . 81 Schechterle . 6EjFanwen . 39 Schultz . 43 Rogers . 77 Delbagen . 78 Winters . 84 McGregor . 78l Prout . 91 Total . 34ftl Total . 352 TWO STAR BOUTS AT TROXLER’S. Two star bouts will be staged at Gus Troxler’s Central Institute tonight, j Buddy Faulks will tackle Carl Healy. j while Ray Hatfield will box ''Battling' 1 Larry Ryan. The semi-final will bring forth Dick Burge and Young Murphy, i The preliminaries are aa follows: Louis Antoni vs. Kid Barber, Young Mack vs. Benny Miller and Jim Lynch vs. Billy Smith. MISTLETOE BERRIES KILL THREE. BOKOSHE. Okla., Dec. 27.—Eating mistletoe berries here caused the deaths of three children. Two were children of Francis Wright and the others of Benjamin Wright. Several other children are seriously Hi from the same causa. SCHOOL ATHLETICS MAKE BOYS BETTER MENTALLY AND BODILY NEW YORK, Dec. 27. THAT the introduction of sys tematic athletics In the public schools of the United States has resulted In a 50 per cent, improvement, not only in physique, but also In ethics, discipline and mental alertness. Is the aBserttion of General George W. Wingate, president of the New York Public Schools Athletic League, in his annual report, Just given to the public. He says In part: “The day of experiments In this mat ter of athletics has now long passed. It has now become established upon such a firm foundation in both the schools and the public estimation that Its future is assured. “With every year the standard of athletic ability in our public schools becomes higher, and records which were considered wonderful when made are surpassed. Accompanying this Is a marked Improvement In carriage of the person, alertness of mind and body, and the general air of strength and health resulting from the athletic exer cises which the children have pursued. Gratifying as is this from the physical side, the Improvement on the side of ethics, school discipline and esprit du corps Is even greater, a fact which has converted the supervising and teach ing force of the schools Into firm sup porters of the work. “The New York Public Schools Ath letic. League, formed in 1903, is now th' largest athletic organisation In the world. ItB success has caused the for mation of similar leagues in sixteen of the great cities of the country, and more are constantly adopting Its methods. "A hundred thousand children took active part. In the league's competi tions during the last year. For example, 32,750 children participated In jumping ; contests, while 14,500 boys competed in ‘chinning’ and 8,000 In class running. Thirty thousand were entered in the various field day games, at which 3.700 medals and 150 banners were a warded.” HACKENSCHMIDT THROWS DR. ROLLER TWO STRAIGHT. BOSTON, Dec. 27.—George Hacken schmidt, the Russian wrestler, last night defeated Dr. Ben F. Roller, of Seattle, Wash., In the Mechanics' build ing. by winning two straight falls, the first In 1 hour 7 minutes 20 seconds, the second In 16 minutes 23 seconds, with an arm grab and a body roll. The bout was held before one of the largest crowds which ever witnessed a wrestling match in Boston, over 6,000 people being crowded Into Mechanics’ building. INJURED STUDENT MADE HAPPY. PRINCETON, Dec. 27.-The state ment given out that It was only a matter of time when Harold C. War ren, of Philadelphia, would entirely recover from a broken spine Is being manifested. The young man spent a very cheerful Christmas with his fam ily in the University Infirmary and his condition show's much improvement. UJTEfi 0Y M. £ ( ANSWELL NEWARK, N. ,T„ DECEMBER 27, 1»10. ONE PAGE—THAT’S ENOUGH. we n« : It’s too late now to wish you a. Merry Christ mas, but we hope yon had one. Prediction. Skating will be good all this week and then some. "Ann-Anlas." Only eight of the nine people we met on our w'ay to the office this morning told us that they knew all along that it would be R hard win ter. Now, what would you call that—Inside or outside Information? Criticisms and Witticisms Some people never take a "tumble” until they’ve “fallen” for a thing five or six times.—B. R. Yan. A postman never knows how many "ties" he has till a week after Christ mas.—Charley B. A Suggestion. Miss V. I. T. suggests that the lady funs of Newark organize a base ball rooters’ association to cheer the Tigers on next year In their pen nant fight. We don’t know Miss V. I. T„ but w'e like anyone who likes baseball. It’s a capital Idea. Toronto already lias one. And She's a Blonde. Joe Rush says that "O You Blondy” Is a swell song. Joe always was ‘‘lightheaded.'' Implicit Obedience. “Down with drink!” says the preacher. And those who drink follow hts Instructions to the letter. Oh, Yes. Some people are busy as bees working over their New Year's resolu tions. After New Year’s they are buster still, try ing to remember them. In the Slang Sense. And our hope for the new year Is that we won't get any "calls," and you neither. Hesoliitldns, The best resolution that we made last year was a resolution to keep our resolution. We did. It's merely the differ ence of one letter but we'd rather have a reso lution than a revolution any old time. Much. Don’t feel blue If the toys you bought for the kids are splintered. Bet-' ter they broke than you. Yea, Studenta. The “Turkey" we had yesterday was tin abso lute monarchy. Good Old Yankee Word. A brilliant scholar who attends a local Institu tion of learning was asked to give a negative that does not begin with the letter "N." He men tioned "no, nay, not, never, nix, nit, nine.” and then with a smile of1 triumph blurted out, "ain't.” "Love Will Make or Break a Man.’* Is it possible that Tom O’Brien has fallen in love with the “Pride of Down Neck?” Some class to that gold-mesh bag he gave her. Dear Imp: Maybe you can tell us if "Smocks” O'Brien had any bones broken after his fall from the Fire men’s building. F A. S. We don't know, but they do say it actually woke him up.—Ed. STMANTHA—It is bad manners to dip your bread in your neighbor's gravy, even though it may be “good taste'.” (Apologies to B. W.)— Ed. JEANETTE AND “FIGHTING GHOST” TO BOX AT M’GUIGAN’S TONIGHT. WHAT is expected to be one of the best ten-round bouts witnessed In these parts for some time will take place at Paddy McGulgan's gymnasium, In Harrison, tonight, be tween Joe Jeanette, the crack negro heavyweight, and the “Fighting Ghost,” of Philadelphia. The latter has won from some of the best In his class and expects to give Jeanette one of the hardest goes of his career.. One semi-Una! will bring together Al. Palzer. the “Fighting Dutchman.” and Jim Austin, of New York. In a six-round go Palzer and Austin fought one of the best six-round fights ever seen at McGulgan's last week. Palzer, who weighs 225 pound*. Is developing Into a new “hope" of tho white race, and this bout should prove as Interesting as the main go. Knockout Johnson, Paddy McGulgan’s pupil, who Is open to meet anyone at. his weight, will meet Young Joe Gans. . n clever hoy, in anot er six-round g>. These boys fought a slushing ten-round go several months ago. Kid Hlcke will meet Young Fischer for four rounds. Kid Louis will meet Kfd Alberts. Young Hayes and Kid Leary wi.l mix for four rounds, as will Young Wlltze and Kid Henry. MISS CATHERINE WILEY DIES. ELIZABETH, Dec. 27.—Miss Cather ine Wiley died Sunday at her home, 28 Kim street. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Interment will be made In Evergreen Cemetery. BOWLINQ TONIGHT. 4 NEWARK LEAGUE—W est f + End at Krueger. J T EASTERN LEAGUE—Newark * X at New York, Jersey City at Ho- 4 T boken. T 5 MERCANTILE LEAGUE— * 4 Newark News Company vs. Gas 4. T Company, on the Iroquois alleys. *r 4 NEW JERSEY NATIONAL T J TOURNAMENT—Bryn M a/w r, X West End, Helmar, on the Tux- ♦ 4, edo alleys. X + JEWELERS' LEAGUE— f J Whiteside & Blank No. 1 vs. + X Hedges, Durand & Co. vs. Link 4. T & Angell, on the Oxford alleys. + X JR. O. U. A. M. LEAGUE— T X Prospect vs. Boyd, on the Tuxedo X T alleys. 3* I NEWARK CHURCH LEAGUE T X —Falrmount vs. Centenary, Few- X T smith vs. North Reformed Mis- j X slon, on the Clifton alleys. T X LEGLISE T O U RNAMENT— X T Iroquois. Mercury’. Happy Five, + X on LeGlIse’s alleys. X + DIXON TOURNAMENT—Fair- 4. X mount. National, Newark A. A., T X on DLxon's alleys. 4 f KRAEMER TOURNAMENT-- X T Spalding, Haywood, Vallsburg A T X C., on Kraemer’s alleys. 4 f VAILSBURG LEAGUE—Cook + T at Walsh, Christensen at Ash- T X worth. X 444.y-y.444444.444.44444444.4444 -- Quick results arc what you set If you use the Mas. Try a elaaslfisd ad _ ENTRY BLANK FOR STAR HEAD-PIN TOURNAMENT AT IROQUOIS ALLEYS. ...1910 NAME OF CLUB. MEMBERS OF CLUB. In making an assignment of dates for this tournament, please avoid the following dates: . ..... (Signed) ...Captain. Address..... heave with or mall to the Sporting Editor of The Star, or with F. w. Huttenhach, Iroquois alleys, 262 Washington street. TROTTING AND PACING CHAMPIONSHIP TABLES ARE GREATLY CHANGED. NEW YORK, Dee. 27. AS a result of the harness racing season during the year Just drawing to a close, the world's championship tables *have undergone 29 change*, of which 24 are for trotting and 5 for pacing horses. The greatest of the year's cham pions is The Harvester, who has low ered eight records, five of which were held up to this year by Cresceus for nine years. The performances of The Harvester have now completely wiped off the name of Cresceus from the championship lists, the last of his marks to bo lowered being that for two miles. The old mark of 4:17 is now replaced by 4:15%. The oldest record to go by the boards is that of Arion, 2:10%, a* a 2-year-old trotting colt, a mark which Justice Brooke reduced to 2:09%. The fastest\ record of the year is, of course, that of Uhlan, who trotted a mile in 1:58% »l the North Randall, O., track, and ■A_ DR. 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