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ST. MICHAEL’S FIVE
EXPECTS TO HAVE
A HARD BATTLE
BY SURE SHOT.
IN what Is expected to be one of the
fastest games of the season the St.
Michael’s senior team will line up
against the crack Agile basketball tram
of West Hoboken at Harmonla Hall to
night. From what Mapager Freeman
can learn the Agllcs are considered one
of the best senior quintets In Hudson
county, having defeated the Carlton
Club, of Hoboken, and tied the Olym
' pics, of Union Hill, whom the Entre
Nous only bent by two baskets last
season. The St. Michael’s Junior team
will line up against the crack All
Scholastics In the opening game of th?
The first game will Hart -it 8:30
The Rubber Five, of Paterson, will be
the opponents of the National Turners
at Turn Hall in Bruce street tomor’-ow
night. Though the locals are a fast
combination, they fear the crack Pas
saic county five, as the latter have de
feated Boin^ of the best. Preliminary
to the big game the Dllly Combination
Five and the Imperials will clash.
On Grace court tonight the Park
Church quintet will play the High
Street Presbyterian Church Five in a
Church League contest. These teams
met before and the latter were the
victors by a single point, the final score
reading 24 to 23. The game will be
called at 8:45 o'clock.
Aocordlng to the management of the
Bayley Lyceum Junior five that quintet
will not resume playing on their home
court until January 11. <
At Casino Hall tonight the Collegiate
Five, an aggregation of local ‘‘prep’’
school playerp, will meet the National
Turners In the first game of a home
The first clash of the Newark High
School and St. Benedict ’’Prep’’ School
fives will take place at the Barringer
’’gym’’ Friday afternoon. According to
the schedule the quintets will meet in
a series, the result of these contests to
decide the city scholastic champion
The William Five defeated the Thir
teenth Avenue School team at Casino
Hall yesterday afternoon by a score of
23 to 22. In the preliminary game the
St. Mary midgets lost to the Brlentnall
five by a score of 37 to 31.
The Alphas of the Xavier Club, of
New York, will meet the O. L. G. Five
of New Jersey on the formers' court
In a loosely played game on the Ly
ceum court In Bloomfield yesterday
afternoon the Lyceum Five, of that
town, completely overwhelmed the
Crescents, of Montclair, the final score
reading 60 to 18. Preliminary to the
big game the home Bmall five took the
Park A. A., of Montclair, Into camp,
Because a number of the teams that
were scheduled to perform last ntght In
the STA R headptn tournament found it
Impossible to keep their engagements,
on account of the holiday, It was de
cided to transfer all tho games to
Thursday night. For the first time In
the history of the tournament bowling
will he done this week on other than u
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights.
This change has been found necessary
because of the large number of teamB
to bo accommodated. The new plan
will be Inaugurated tonight, when the
following teams will roll: Clipper A,
Goertz Five, Central Stamping A. Cen
tral Stamping B, Rambler A. C., Credit,
Maple A, Maple R, Maple C, Maple D,
Ferry and the Colonials, of Belleville.
Newark Bay Club pin knights, of
Bayonne, are holding first place honors
In the Junior Athletic League, with a
record of six wins and three lost. For
the nine games they have averaged
820.3 and have made a high score of
1,017. Roseville and Jersey City are
tied for second position, each having
won five out of nine games played.
Muller, of Jersey City, Is leading In the
high Individual standing. In the nine
games he has averaged 198.8.
The schedule of tho Mercantile five
man bowling tournament has been
completed. Tho season will open to
night, Putton Paint meeting the Ohl
Company team on the Iroquois alleys
The schedule will continue until June 2.
Mike (Twin) Sullivan and Young
Loughroy, of Philadelphia, fought ten
rounds before the International Ath
letic Club, of Buffalo, last night. In
the final round both men showed the
effects of a fast pace, but neither had
the punch to end the bout There was
v™ v Sailings lor Sav« Irect fifi
and Cain Health ^ j,
Co to the
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STAR HEAD-PIN TOURNAMENT
AT IROQUOIS ALLEYS.
NAME OF CLUB.
MEMBERS OF CLUB.
Id malting an assignment of dates
tor this tournament, please avoid
the following datoe:
I^ave with or mall to the Sporting
Editor of The Star, or with F. W.
Huttenbach, Iroquois alleys, £62
Tho next meeting of the National
Sporting Club will be held on Thursday
evening of this week Instead of Friday
The meeting will be between all local
Btnrs. The lightweights will bring to
gether Fighting Joe Hyland and Tom
my Maloney for ten rounds. The
welterweights will be Johnny Walz, ol
Jersey City and Jeff Smith, of Bayonne
Waltz has been very successful among
the welterweights, defeating everybody
he has met. The middleweight contest
will be between Christy Williams, ol
Memphis, who Battling Nelson claims
gave him his hardest light when he was
a lightweight. He will box ten rounds
with Shadow Morris, of Newark. Mor
ris has been out of the business foi
the past few years. In his early careei
he lost a decision to Sam Langford lr
fifteen rounds. His manager, Hughi:
Boyle, who was one of our best feather
weights, claims Morris Is better lhar
ever. There will be a special contest
| of six rounds—a tryout for the Maskec
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NEWARK, N. J., JANUARY 8, 1911. ONE PAGE—THAT’S ENOUGH.
A Timely Gift.
If you want to start
something these days in
Frank Million's place,
Just ask him what time
It Is on his new “gold”
ticker. It was presented
to him on Christmas eve
by a host of admiring
friends, George Ohl mak
ing a touching little
speech and then handing
him the watch, wrapped
in tissue paper and bear
ing trade-mark of a big
New York Jewelry firm.
The place was jammed to
the rafters and one could
have heard a pin drop as
George advanced and
presented Mr. Mihlon
with the timepiece.
Deeply touched, Mr. Mih
lon thanked everyone
and then uncovered a
watch and chain that re
tails for a nickel at any
local street corner. Mih
lon blew the house.
Grand Pn I.yons.
We wish to congratu
late the Hon. Peter
Lyons on his new title,
which Is now grandpa.
And maybe he Isn’t
proud! Can't blame him
Jack McGuigan tells a
good one on Joe Gans,
the .clever boxer, who Is
coming Hast these days.
Gans never had the op
portunity to learn the
three r’s, and his educa
tion has been sadly neg
lected. Last summer
Gans was with the Mc
Gulgan’s at Oceanic, N.
J„ on a vacation. Pro
lessor Paddy was ex
pected down one night on
the last boat and Gans
was anltloue to see him.
He was at the pier two
hours before the boat
was due. When it arrived
Paddy was missing. Joe
started back to the camp
disconsolate when he
heard the whistle of
the boat as it left the
wharf on Its return trip.
Clutching Johnny’B arm,
he said: “Look! Jack,
the boat's going back
after Paddy." And he
wanted to know how
much It would coat Pad
dy to have the boat make
a special trip for him.
One on Ed.
Officer Ed Bonnett, of
the Fifth, is wondering
whether he Is a victim
of a Joke. He received a
telegram from an ad
mirer who speaks of him
as a model officer, and
mentioned a box of good
cigars he sent him on
December 24, but Ed only
has the telegram as ye1.
He and the stogies have
not met. Ed promises
the boys a good cigar
when (?) he gets them.
1 FIGHTS AND FIGHTERS j
Joe Coster, of Brooklyn, gave Tom
my O'Toole his closest call to a knock
out a‘ the National A. C., of Philadel
phia, yesterday afternoon, when ho had
the Quaker on the floor twice In the
Coster became wild and lost a golden
The fourth and fifth rounds were
Coster's, but In the sixth he tired.
O’Toole had recovered from the effects
of his early upset and he had Coster
hanging on to escape the fate he al
most dealt to O’Toole earlier in the
In a double wind-up at the Olympic
Club, In New York, last night Sammy
Kellar, of England, defeated Young
Shrugro, of Jersey City, while Charley
Goldman lowered the colors of Georgte
Kltson. Both battles went the sched
uled ten rounds and were hummers.
Kellar won from Shrugro all the way,
Goldman had a good big edge on Kit
son, but the latter made a good show
ing when It is considered that he was
outweighed by about ten pounds.
The Kellar-Shrugrc mill was by far
the most Interesting, inasmuch as the
one—Kellar—proved a clever two-hand
ed boxer, while Shrugro always looked
dangerous, because of a great right
hand slam. Kellar realized that the
starboard kick of Shrugro carried a
knockout, and he always managed to
blofck, duck or sidestep It. Kellar has a
corking (food left hand and he shot It
home to the head with force all through
Shrugro. who Is a protege of clever
Fraukle Burns, the Jersey bantam
weight, proved a willing boy, Uyt he
was not a match for the veteran boxer
from across the Atlantic.
Young Erne beat Billy Willis In the
star bout at the America A. C. yester
day In Philadelphia.
At Akron, O., Buck Crouse, of Pitts
burg, and Paddy Lavln, of Buffalo,
fought twelve rounds yesterday after
noon to a draw.
At Albany, before a monster New
York crowd of Knickerbocker A. C.,
members at German Hall yesterday
afternoon, Cy Smith, of West Ho
boken, and Young Donohue, of Bos
ton, engaged in a tough ten-round bout.
In which, though outweighed, out
reached and outpointed. Smith kept
after hla man from start to finish and
earned a draw.
Donohue was able to outbox the Jer
sey cyclone at any stage of the battle,
but Smith's aggressiveness more than
made up for this, and Cy had the bet
ter of the last three rounds, after Dono
hue led In the earlier sessions.
At Los Angeles, Cal., yesterday. Jim
Flynn knocked out Tony Caponl In the
At Canton, O., Johnny Kllbane, of
Cleveland, had a alight advantage over
Patsy Brannigan, of Pittsburg, P In a
twelve-round bout yesterday. Branni
gan carried the fight to Kllbane all the
time, but the latter showed exceptional
cleverness in getting away from the
Pac.key McFhrland, who la to meet
Jack Goodman In a ten-round bout at
the Fairmont A. C. on January 17, has
taken on another bout. He haa Just
accepted terms to fight Johnny Mc
Carthy, of San Francisco, for ten
rounds at a show of the Grand Ave
nue A. C„ of Kaneas City, on the night
of January 9. They will weigh In at
135 pounds at S p. m.
Ted Nelson, the Australian fighter
who has been boxing In fine form for
some time, has Just been signed up for
another battle. K He will meet Tommy
BOWLING TONIGHT. ;;
X STAR HEADPIN TOURNA- !!
* MENT—Clipper A, OoerU Five,
T Central Stamping A. Central , j
X Stamping B, Rambler A. O., «•
* Credit. Maple A, Maple B, Maple T
J C, Maple D, Ferry, Colonials, of , |
X Belleville, on the Iroquois alleys. > •
X ROYAL ARCANUM LEAGUE
J —Americas; vs. Roseville, on the ,,
4. Tuxedo alleys. * •
JUNIOR ATHLETIC LEAGUE 11
J —Montclair at Newark Bay. ,.
X Jr. O. U. A. M-, LEAGUE— '■
T Fulton vs. Lawton, on the Tuxedo J |
J alleys. >.
X LEGLISB TOURNAMENT— '■
T Meadowbrook, Mercury, National J j
I Five, on LeGllse's alleys. >.
f NEWARK CHURCH LEAGUE f
X —Fewsmlth vs. Clinton Hill, J
X North Reformed Mission vs. >
* Falnnount, on the Clifton alleys. '
X VAILSBURG LEAGUE—Walsh ,
X at Ashworth. >
+ JEWELERS’ L E A O U B— ;
J Whiteside & Blank No. 1 va ;
4, Whiteside & Blank No. 2, Cres- •
+ cent Watch Case vs. Link & An- «
X gell, on the Oxford alleys. J
X KRAEMER TOURNAMENT— .
X Adding Machine, Rovers, Dandy, *
X on Krn'emer’s alleys. I
4, WALSH TOURNAMENT— «
X Emanon vs. Caw, Emanon vs. *
X Fantalls, on Kraemer’s alleys.
X GREATER NEW YORK AND «
+ INTERCITY INDIVIDUAL ’
X TOURNAMENT—Johns vs. Jar
4< rett, on Harlem Palace alleys, •
X Manhattan; Voorheis vs. Cohn. J
X on Broadway Arcade alleys ,
X Manhattan; Noack vs. Watt, on >
X the Columbia alleys, Manhat- [
4, tan; Prlo vs. Bonadies, on the ,
X Manhattan alleys, Manhattan; '
X Horan vs. Schaeder, on the J
4, Broadway alleys, Broooklyn. .
X DIXON TOURNAMENT— *
X Ironbounds, Falrmounts, Vails- J
X burgs, on Dixon's alleys, <
X MERCANTILE LEAGUE— J
X Patton Paint vs. Ohl Company, |
X on Iroquois alleys. •
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Sullivan, the middleweight of Law
rence, Mass., in a 12-round bout at 1
show to be brought off by the Augusta
Me., A. C., on January 18.
“Porky” Flynn will meet big Sand;
Ferguson, the heavyweight, In a 12
round bout at a show of the Armor;
A. A., of Boston, tonight.
At the Clinton A. C. tonight Jo.
Stein and Joe Sieger, of Denver, wll
meet In the main bout of ten rounds.
Fighting Dick Nelson will begin th
new year by taking on Jimmy Morlar
ity, the New England welterweight, li
a 12-round bout at Webster, Mass., 01
Not caring to clash with the specia
stags of the Brown Gymnasium A. A
Mike Newman, manager of the Loni
Acre A. C., has decided to hold hi
regular boxing stags on W«dneaday, In
stead of Thursday nights.
As a result of negotiations conducted
by E. W. Dickerson, of Grand Rapids
Mloh., with Tom McCaray, of the Pa
clfic Athletic Club, In California, Ac
Wolgaat, lightweight champion, wll
box twenty rounds February £2 wlti
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George Memslc. The match ■will prol>- ^
ably take place In Los Angeles. *
Joe Maroney and Fighting Jack
Smith, both of Brooklyn, fought lit
rounds to a draw at Elmira lapt night. J
Kid Roes, of Now York, knocked out
Johnny Hughes, of Denver, In the third
round of a scheduled twenty-round
contest In Cheyenne, Wyo., last night.
The men are lightweights. ^
Jack Dillon, of Indianapolis, and
Harry Mansfield, of Philadelphia, mid
dleweight fighters, met In a six-round
bout In Pittsburg last night. Mansfield
j led on points until llie fifth round,
L when Dillon opened up and was given A
the better of the fight by the sporting
Thursday night at Brown's Gymna
f slum, in New York, Jack Hunt, tha
i Florida giant, will have another try
■ out with Jack Reynolds, of Brooklyn.^ iBljfj
Reynolds Is said to be the best big inan«^K:£;j
ever hailing from the City of Churches. SUM
His friends claim that soon he will be^HH|
seen with the best of the so-called
champions Hunt’s last bout wtth^HBE
Jumbo Wells proved him to bo one o&SsjSSjgS
1 the fastest big men, as well as
. gamest ever seen In this city.
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