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Ci.CS JBOI UVt IB fij! [ME Columbus Quintet, of Elzabeth Loses in Double-header tj Ironsides and Dominicans. BV SURE SHOT. IN a game marked hy sensationa playing on the part of bo.h quintets the Huy View VYhcelmili nvt downed the Troy live, of Hoboken, >n the locals' court yvsleiday utleriioon by the score ol f i to 3j. The tlr.-t pcrlyd ended 22 to 13 In favor of Hie Views. Brophy played best for the locals, while Hurvey, the "giant.” excelled for the Hudson county team. The line-up: Bay Views. Troys Kubsrnuul, Korb.Evans, L. Hoyle Forwards. Brophy . Harvey Centre. Cummings. Mll'er.Schmitt, Galvin Qua rds. Field goals—KusBtnnul 7, Korb 5, Bro| hy fi. Cummings 2, Miller, Hurvey 7, Galvin ft, Schmitt 2, I. Doyle 2, Evans Free throws—Brophy 4. Korb, Hurvey. Ileferce— Bertspb. By clever playing In the second half thp Ironside basket! all live manag -l to down the Co umhus five ut Kemper's Hall yesterday afternoon by the score of 47 to 34 Artie Conlon played a tins game for the locals, while Burk Vs playing featured for the Betsy-owm-rs. A record crowd witnessed the earn-. The Dominicans repeated the per formance of the "Irunnrs" hy defeat ing the Columbus team at Electric Bark last night by s score of 23 to 16. The Vsllsburg A. C. defen'od Ihe Yankee A C hy a score t f 13 to 11 at Fram Garden yesti rday afternoon. The Pt. Benedicts will meet the Or ange High School five at Casino Hall tomorrow afternoon. The National Turn Vereln five will hnve ns Its opponents on the Bruce street court next Wednesday even'ng the People's Pnlare five, of Jersey City. The Palnee team hns benten the Troy five this season nnd Expect to give the Turners a stiff battle. The Park Presbyter'nn Church Five and the High Street Five will meet on Grace Court In a Church Learnte con tent tonight It wIP he the Initial meet ing of these teams this season, and each is confident of victory. The Xavier Club, of this city, will meet the Bloomfield Catholic Lyceum In the first game of n series at Casino Fall, High and William streets, to night. The Orange Val'«y "Ovm" Five will meet the Circles, of Fast Orange, on the formers' court tonight. Only one game was plaved In the Intercollegiate Basketball league laH week. Columbia defeating Princeton. 26 to IS, In New York. The victory put the blue and white five In the leal, for although Pennsylvania still has a clean slate, the Quakers have plaved only one league game against Columbia's two. Every team In the league will be seen In action this week, as there are four games scheduled. Princeton nnd I'o'um bln will m> et In Princeton tomorrow, and on Friday Cornell comes to New York to play her second game against Columbia Two contents will he de cided on Saturday evening Yule will piny her first league game ngalnet Pennsylvania In Phl'a e phla. and In the Columbia gymnasium Corn%ll nnl Prlnaeton will meet. The Tigers were unable to go to Ithaca this year, and the Cornell managers consented to play the game In New York on Columbia’s court. SKATERS TO COMPETE IN CHAMPIONSHIP MEET TO BE HELD NEXT MONDAY. Unusual Interest Is being taken in the big International skating champlonsh p meet which will be Stag'd next Mo i ay night In the St. Nicholas Link. New York. Speed skaters of pr/mire .ce from all over the country will be hero to meet the cl ample 8 of tl e East p to to going to Montreal to participate in the races for tho world's championship honors. Hie champions of the various sections of the West are making n tour title year under the direction of President lil.nchard, of the International . kit n ; Un|on. Edmund Lnmv, the champion of America, nnl Fred Holism, Lot Roe and O. B Bush, tho chatVons of Canada, are with them, addl g distinc tion to the company, all of whom have agreed to take part In the East.ru races. All the local skaters are trainin'1 hard for the meet. PI > Kearney, who has’won more championships than any other skater In America, not exce tt lg Luinv. Is golt g faster than ever bef, re under the mentorship of Morris Wood, ti e professional char g'on. The events next Monday night are: Three-quarter mile scratch race fo~ tho International Indoor c.haniplon’htp n quatter mile han heap, a one-mil ' handicap nnd n half-mile race for novices. Entries will close on January 20 wl’h 8. C. Austin, st Nicholas Rink, 69 West Sixty-sixth street, New York. BOOMIWI ASBURY PAI.K. ASBURY PARK, Jail. 16.—An open meeting of the Asbury Park Board of Trade will be held tomorrow evening with the Idea of booming the resort. Every business man In the town has been Invited. LADIES | HR. !,\ RP'T ’/■ PICWA1 F IMI.IJ. Sate, quirk and reliable regulator. They ■ re the at longest and must erlentlflc remedy known to medical science Prescribed by ■ II leading apeclalln.a In the world. THE ONLY REMEDY THAT NEVER FA 11*8. 11 box by mall prepaid DR. ALLEN*8. ®7J Rroad atreet. Newark N J. ——- ■ CHICHESTER S .LS THE DIAMOND I A Lad It * I Aak yonr Ibu...., ...» /A C bl-vl.M-ter’a Diamond Tlrand/A\ 1*111* in Red and Cold metallic\V/ bo*«r». mated with Blue Ribbon. Sake no other. Buy of .v . ruggfet, A»W (orCjn.Cintl.nl I DIAMOND BRAND PILIAferti! years knows u Best. Safmt, Always R el I Able SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVLRYVVHCRfi BOWLING SCHEDULE TO MARCH 10 FOR THE STAR HEADPIN TOURNEY ON THE IROQUOIS ALLEYS MONDAY. JANUARY 1«. TUESDAY, FERRU ARY 14 (Roseville Night., Ffng A. Mitrhe'l Cork Company D. Ten or more luni from Roseville Atl lvtlc Association. J B- Mitchell Cork Company B. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. liitenmtiornl. Singer Juniors (Elizabeth). __ ... , Mitchell Cork Company A. Bergen B. C. <Jersey City). q-von n' PliyahSth* r Mitchell Cork Company B. 81 Michael's (Elizabeth). SSJJSJL? pSf-^ h h th' f i~™ Mitchell Cork Company C. Saknby, (Elizabeth). Monwldr Five. Tuesday NUht £ HKDNF.1DAY. JANUARY IS. (Elizabeth Night.) Bnrkey'r Columbia P. C Tuesday Nig. t B. Wheeler A. 'Elizabeth Magnolia A. C.. Elizabeth. Columbia B C. Tuesday Night C. Wheeler B. Elizabeth Jolly Five. Elizabeth. Columbia B. M C. F. O No. 1. Elizabeth. Universities, F.lizab, th. vrvtffiAv tTFltfirtAliY IT. i M C. F. G. No 2, Elizabeth University. Elizabeth. .. . . . M ,",DA*' P J 1, Night Owls. Elizabeth. Arrows. Elizabeth. Alpha A. A. No. E foiest Hill. Alpha A. A No. 2. Mailewood o. C. FltlDA), JANUARY 20. (Ilemmer Night.) r r< soe.’t A A. El Mora. Ten teams from Charley Deimuer's alleys. Filed Five. Xavier 3. Prugiesb. Ftuyveeant A. MONDAY, JANUARY 23. EJneolns. Stnviesant S. I Idelli A, (■ llzttht-lli. I spy n. Kearny. uovntv t.-i.'ii'ti \itv in FUfellr. R ' II-zb. th Fndler Aero, kdlon A. „ , „ MONDAY. FEBR1 ARY 20. He Ine ft. C Elizabeth. Fn ler A s datluu B Variety. Hamsun Atlas, livmgtua. I Ircoln Ft C. Paterson. Trolley FUe. Acme. Adamant. Daisy \ K.-nnv P R U Clerks Small Set. Orange Irvluglon 8. C. al8> A- *• ”' trK* Progressive. Harrison. Wireless, Irvington. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2.Y. Ot « Elevator Co.. Harrison. Spi e R. Bloomfield. VVe-l End Owls A. Moi-llot No. L General Electric B. Harrison. Crorker & Wheeler. Ampere V CFt End Owls B Monitor No. 2. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22. lit I End Newa.k!”' Emit non A.' Stm rl^n^A. All Rlgin' 'jj,^Blool,,,,*Id' B1 l.i.HYiint A cs,,Aunr tt SparfftP .V AH-KIgul 13. Celluk!idnsuburbans. Emanon d C. ^no^mhT.I.evm.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. (Ilrsnch Brook Night.) Junior Five. Fllzabeth. Seth Hoyden No. 2. Belleville. Twenty-two teams, under the direction of Joe Gunn. Jr. Orange J|ir‘fors- n ta ^etl‘ ®oydel> No' 3' Be evl e' W auderers A. Bloomfield. • MONDAY. JANUARY 30. (Wat.es.lng Club N-ght.) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 34. Ten teams, under the direction of Charit y Mack. Subway JI lit. n A WEDN KSDA Y, FEBRUARY 1 (Manufacturers* Night.) w (>’nw 111 ton B. Rabberset A. Heller Tool B. Mt'le'on A. Flatiron A. Rubbers*! R. Onnl I A I berh rdl No. 2. I t lei n B. Flat I on B. A. J fledges No. E Tiffany Fiber Cast g. Ftemsen A. Flatiron C, , A J l-ledee* No 1. Tiffany Bis 1 ne- v .- tampers Reiusen B. Pintle n D. Uef'cr r ol A. Tie in, O’ t *lng Five. unvtii v rmifl'tiiv v Schmitz. Moore No. 1. Schmitz. Moore No 2. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 37. ......... .... ■, Q 1 t-y A.. Arlington. Cellub Id T t-diy Mght C. 1 RIDAY, U I 111 1 AH1 tu b c H.. Arlington Celuful 1 Tueiiity Night D. : • ru Cnnu-Vs. finds n rnisl Co . Hoboken oitlnei C Arlio ton. Rchafr B. rt. C. I’mdenl Five. COT. N |1. Ailingtri. Artier p C No 1. I? nr. V ’ey Vo. 2, Hyatt C. dll I I' I'1 e- da v Vie t A Anlri P C. No J. Hny fonpilry Jrs d' I':•*>*' ned Midgets. Cell i! Id Trrsd.iv Night R Art'er P. C No S Olvmp'B H C. No. 1. N Y Hln'uidecs A. . .. ... Olympia 13. C. No » V T. i'b I- ,'er. P. Tt ESI)AY', FFRHIIARV 2k. (“frdlsn Nigh:.") j MONDAY, FEBRUYHY «. Fifteen teams from the Republican Indian Eeugue. I Bergen Point No 1, II i v none Circles, *1 Orange. YYEDNESDAY, MARCH t. j Bergen Point No. 2. Bayonne. I e ply's Palsre A. J. Clfv. (jPni Five. Burnett A C. j Crncll le A Jersey ('Itv. IVntde'n Palace B. .1 Cl:*. CmndcP FI vs Dingbat Five. ! Crucible H letsev 1 "tv Araer Sugar Rcfln ry. N. Y. Favk Five Vest Ride Five. ; >'e Hal I- eshy. of Orange Rr > lwn- Five. N V 8l ear 13. C Uerten B. C WEDNESDAY, FIIIUI till 8. Scneva. Haiaiiiocnt Bl* FI vs. '} Rive side A.. Ra’way. Watson A1 Sllllman No. 2.. Glove Smith U'oa. j ’ ft r I e M I nhwnv. Ab’en*. N. J. FRIDAY, Mini'll 3. j R er I e C.. l ab sy. Bran wicks N. Brunswick. R„t, Ha’ Boys BhiIsiu B C. I.orc' e I'r.rk No 1 El 'Id A Rahway. imperil c No. L ifeolf B. C. Roselle Park No. 2 F (11 n.. R liway |,„ |,| p c. No. 1 Valiev A. C. } wmse n .1 Stillman No. 1., Carr II A of er-ev City. jtniutoi »1ve Montgomery A ! Aldene. N. J. Cbmo'I B . of Jersey City. pie-lot, Five Mortgomery B. FRIDAY, FEIIHUinV 10. u< I mini P C. Mirt-oiiiery J. Crown Tiger A. Crown B. \ nllsbuig MONDAY, MARCH #. I Crow n 'll er B. Summer A. c. Monoplane. Duller Association. 1 Slick Shine. Son mot Prde. t ian*. We i ng . ns. Tuscan Field Club. West D ang. A Somme1 Football Team. Wall Awhile A. Jro l onnd. West Omr.L'e B. 8cmmc. llsskothall Team. \\nlt Avlllh B C. Miller A. Ciown A . Vailsluirg. Sommer Juniors. W,unique Five. C M u»r H MONDAY FEURUARV 13. (Maniifnclurcra* Night.) Scf.llls C. Mil er C. J K. Oolimne A.. Sharpe Bros. A. Circle B. Circle ( . J K. Osi.orne B. Sliaipe B. r B. WEDNEknAY, MARCH a. (Chippie niom Night.) George Old A. Meek Hat Shop. Ten tennis from Blum's alleys In Woodslile. | FoMer" Eng Co A. Mm re A Sine No. 1. Elizabeth. FRIDAY, MARCH 10. (“Cook Nlghf) I Fuster Eng. Co. B. Jenklnron Juniors. Ten teams from Cliffoi <1 Cook s alleys, in l ullsburf. I IN THE PLAYGROUNDS! The final standing of the Midget Basketball League, of the Prince Street liuy grounds, tol.ows: Won. Lost. Pet. Freeholder* . Id B .607 Senuiors . 9 6 .60J Governors .. 8 7 .533 Aldermen . 8 7 .633 Mayors . 6 9 .400 Assemblymen . B 10 .333 I It was a most successful season. | The baseball season had hardly closed | when the boys, not forgetting the suc cessful leagues which were always the main attraction for them the previous year, such as the Midget Basketball League of 1909, the checker pool tour nament, the Vol.ey Ball League, etc., ugaln asked to start a basketball leugue. L. Klugman, one of the play ground employees, who organized all the above leagues, was again the chief promoter of the league, and It wus the greatest organized of Its kind. The league was open to all schoolboys from the nge of 10 to 14 years and mors thun sixty applied. Klugman, who knew the ability of each Individual, divided them equally Into six teams. The names given the teams at the sug gestion of the playground supervisor were the Governors. Aldermen, Mayors, Senators, Freeholders and Assembly men. After the first round of games a winner could not be picked by experts. The teams were all evenly matched in strength, size and all-around ubil hy, but as there could only be orio win ner exciting and close games were the result. Game after game teams were losing or winning by one, two or ut the most three baskets. At every game largo crowds gathered from all around and cheered the little follows. Every team had Its rooters and excitement was always at high pitch. After a strenuous uphill light the Freeholders were able to win the pennant, with the Senators second and Governors and Aldermen tied for third Nearly every team took a chance to lead the league, until the last three games, when the "champs" forged to the front and held the lead. The teams were made up <>f the following players: Freeholders, A. Cooper, A. Hummel, M. Bromberg. F. Winarsky. R. Melsner and I). Fein; Senators. M Winarsky. T. Davis, H. Griff. E. Kimmel, E. Weiss and A. Cohen; Governors, I. Pcrlzwelg, M. Klugman, A. Lleb, Sol Klein, J. Ep stein and L Lefkowitz; Aldermen, O. Rostovsky, J. Markowitz. S. Sobo, B. Prommcr, Soy Klein and M. Schwartz; Mayors, William Sllversteln, H. /‘chen kcl, T. Felgenbaum, B. Gartenburg, M. Pollock and M Loth; Assemblymen. S. Winarsky. M Splller, J Schrenzel. H. Gollop, A. Pit lor and E. Noll. The 1 layers who aided materlal'y in the league by their great and enthusiastic Interest, who deserve spec al mention and who will receive souvenir pins from the commission, are: M. Winarsky, of the Senators; M Klugman. of the Gov ernors; L. Lefkowitz, of the Governors; A Cooper, of the Freeholders; I. Fetg enbaum, of the Mayors: .1- Schrenzel, of the Assemblymen, and Brommer, of the Aldermen. The above are not by any means the best In the league, but they were always ready and on time at each vame and talked nothing but Midget League at all times. ST. YVES DEFEATS SVANBERG. BALTIMORE. Md., Jan. 16.—Henri St. Yves, of France, yesterday defeated John Svanberg. of Sweden, In a fifteen mile rare In the Electric Park Casino winning tty half a lap of the thirteen lap track In lh. 25m. 41s. St Yves lost ♦ n at the end of the tenth mile when no stopped to change his shoes. PLAN $80,000 OOLF CLUB. CRANFORD, Jan. 16.—From t.resent Indications the plan to establish an eighteen-hole golf course at Echo Lake will bear fruit. E. R. Perkins and his friends of the Westfield Golf Club are willing to take 115,000 worth of bonds In the enterprise and Cranford Golf Club members are ready with 120,000. It la thought that the new club can be started for about 610,000. > ;; BOWLING TONIGHT. t 2 STAR HEADPIN TOURNEY— 2 ? Stag A. Stag B. International. 7 + Mitchell Cork Company A. T 2 Mitchell Cork Company B, X ■ < Mitchell Cork Company C. 7 ’ ‘ Mitchell Cork Company L). 2 !! Mitchell Cork Company E. .p • • Singer Juniors (Elizabeth), Ber- 7 2 gen B. C. (Jersey City), St. 2 Michaels (Jersey City), Saknbys 4. • < (Jersey City), on Iroquois alb ys. 7 2 ATHLETIC LEAGUE—New- 2 ■ ■ ark Buy at New York. ;; NEWARK LEAGUE—West 2 !! End at Newark, Indians at Bose- y ■1 ville, Krueger at Northern, Belle- 7 7 ville at Park. 2 !, SUBURBAN LEAGUE—Bay 7 View at Indians. 7 LACKAWANNA LEAGUE— 2 ., Chatham, at Orange Valley. 7 Summit ut Waverly. T I MERCANTILE LEAGUE— y • • Blanchard Bios. & Lane vs. 7 ■ ’ Sprague on Iroquois alleys. 7 1 NEW JERSEY NATIONAL 2 TOURNEY—Mtnerallte, Rose- 7 ville Knights, Bryn Mawr, on 2 ! I Tuxedo alleys. ■ • NEWARK CHURCH LEAGUE 7 '1 —Dashtell vs. Fatrmount, Halsey 2 2 vs. Bethany, on Clifton alleys. 2 7 EMPIRE TOURNEY—Dixon, 7 ; j Valley, Armory, on Empire al- 2 .! leys. 7 7 DAM TOURNEY—Obrelter 7 2 Spaulding, Parkview, on Jake 2 .» Dam’s alleys. 7 7 RABENSTETN TOURNEY— 7 Equitable A, Equitable B, Eqult- 2 -. aide C, 011 Rabenstein’s alleys. 7 ’• KRAEM4JR TOURNEY’—Ideal 7 2 Spaulding. Brookside, on Krae- y • < mer’s alleys. 7 2 EICHeNLAUB TOURNEY— 7 2 Maples, No Name, Ironsides, on • • Elchenlaub’s alleys. 7 2 SMITH TOURNEY-Eureka. 7 ! \ Invincible, Oxford, on Smith's al- 2 + leys. 7 2 GREATER NEW YORK AND i 2 INTERCITY INDIVIDUAL * 7 TOURNEY—Weingarth vs. Rid- * 2 dell, on Grand Central alleys 2 Brooklyn; Cohn vs. Noack, on -r ■* Superba alleys, Brooklyn; Bona- 2 2 dies vs. Koster, on Bronx Central 2 .p alleys, Bronx, Flower vs. Quinn, v 2 on Broadway Palace alleys, Man- i 2 hattan; Voorhels vs. Harris, on •p Bergman's alleys, Manhattan. BONEHEAD EUCHRE CLUB HOLDS TWO-MAN TOURNEY. Tha Bonehead Euchre Club has elect ed the following officers for the year: F. P. Cowan, president: L. Knothe, vice-president; C. O'Neil, secretary and treasurer, and F. Condlt, (fame keeper. At present there Is a two-man tourna ment going on. The standing of the teams are as follows: ! W. L. Knothe-Knothe..... 35 5 O’Nell-Condit . 34 6 Wmlth-J. Slsto . 34 6 Engllf-h-Dlngbat . 30 10 Blttel-Kellar . 2S 12 L,avaery-A. Blttel . 24 16 Short-McCready . 17 23 Carr-Radlce . 10 30 O'Brein-Monper . 9 31 Conboy-Morgan . 6 34 Long-Casey . 3 37 Cowan-F. Slsto . 1 39 CLARK AND PYE WIN. BUFFALO, N. Y., Jan. 16.—Jackie Clarke and Ernest Pyo. the Australian team, won the six-day bicycle race, which ended at 1:S0 o'clock Saturday night at the Broadway Arsenal. In tlfty-four hours of racing the leaders overed 1,261 miles and 7 laps, a shade over thirty miles better than the mark made here a year ago. The officials claim a record which never before has been equaled under similar racing con dttlln*. READ STAR WAffT ADA. ROOTERS’ . COLUMN ■ To the Editor of the Evening Star: It Is Just such men as Arthur Pierce Cummins- api ears to be from his let ter that has put the Newark Club oil the '‘bum” In the p st. Newark is noted for Its knockers everywhere. Give Joe a chance. Has George Stall ings gotten any big stars to date? And will George have a good team? No. and yes. Let Joe alone; he gave us a good team last year, I do not see why you publish such let era. T e Insinun I tlon that he made about "graft' to the newspaper men wa enough to show his char eter. Joe Is spending money for a much-needed new park, and l feel I sure that he will have a team that will : be In the race all the time, let <is bs ! loyal. J. A. Re WE. j The verv fact that we published Mr. | Cummings’s letter troves our Inno j eence of the graft charge. Mcllnnltv says that he likes the knocks ns much , as the boosts, and If he can stand It j we can.—-Ed. i To the Sporting Editor of the Evening Star; | Pretty good dope * '■.rrhur Pierce Cummings’ banded to you In Friday's edition of your paper. What has Frick done? Nothing. Now, wi may get .1 j new has been—Smith. Nobody else I wants him. Hand him ov« r to Newark. [Ever since Jo. McGInnlty iaudel Lev. i after being release! liy T ironto, he | hae been ticking up "W-off- thinking j he* will land anotner prize-patkage. ; This might be good policy, but he I would be a much move p pu'iar man If he secured a few pitt/ers with .1 tepu tation and not a unach of has tee'. s. After getting Cum.n'.ngr • letter and then mine I guess you »IU change 'he head of your column to knockers, in stead of Rooters. W O. It ROOKri. The first baseball challenge arrived the other day; the fl st "boost" for a player makes Its appearance today That Is the excuse for the publication of the following: To the Snorting Editor of th« Evening Star: Could you please tell me with whom that clever player, Joe 8achs, who caught for the National Turners, Hyatts of the Manufacturers’ League and the Newark police, le going to play with the next season. I hear that he Is going In some big league. What was his batting average for last season and was he the best catcher In the Manufacturers' League? Well. Joe, with you good luck ADMIRER FROM HERNARDSVILLE. AN ALL-AROUND CHALLENGE. NEW YORK, Jan. 16.—A novel chal lenge has reached America from Charles Wilson, all-round champion of Man chester. England, bidding for a match with any all-round athlete In the United States for the championship of the world. The contest which he proposes Includes almost everything In track athletics, also takes In swimming, cycling, rowing and tumbling, the suggestion for the various events to be contested being us follows: Swimming one-half mile, rowing one fourth mile, plunging of one-minute duration, running 100 yards and one mile, walking one mile, 120-yard hur dles. shot-put, hammer-throw, running high jump, running broad Jump, pole vault, one forward spring Jump. and ten forward spring Jumps. with weights; three forward spring Jumps, without weights; five backward spring Jumps, with weights, and cycling from five to ten miles. ABNP.AS FITZPATRICK. ELIZABETH, Jun. 16—Aeneas Fitz patrick, for many years 0 re.-, dent o: Elizabeth, and a former resident or Jersey City, Is dead at his home. 247 Rahway avenue. He was Rl* years old and was a charter mem oer of Elizabeth Council, Knights o Columbus and treasurer of the Ho'y Name Society of St. M rv's Ch r h A widow apd several children survive him. i EL.ZibETH BOWLERS HAVE 1URNED IN THE BEST REA JIN SCO ES BY BERT DODGE. National, turn verein bowl ers have selected a date In the STAR headpln tournament which will result In their going on about aa lute as unyone in the competition. It Is Friday night. April 14. It was Intended to have the big competition on the Iroquots alleys over before that time, but, Inasmuch as the Nationals had i gotten twenty teams together and found It imposlble to assemble them previous to that date, because of numerous engagements, they were fnnlly given April 14. Frank Stoetzel Is fhe manager of the proposition, and he has promised to have all the pln knlghts on the Job. Competition continues to be keen In the STAR headpln tournament for the J125 worth of team and Indlvldua j rizea and the watch-fobs which go t those who make acorea of 100 or Let.er Hire's the team prize list: First team prise, gftOi second team prise, gSB| third train prise, gig. Elizabeth bowlers have a monopo’y to date In the fight for the team prizes, holding the flrfit three places. The best scores to date follow: Elisabeth Star B. 41111 Elisabeth Star A. 47N| Tuxedos, of Elisabeth. 474. There ere six Individual prizes, one being of J10 and the others of 10 each I hey are-divided as follows: First Individual prise. $10| second In dividual prise, fill third Indl-lfual prise, gh, fourth Individual prise, gf-.i II ft I, Individual prise, f3| sixth Indi vidual prise, fil. Eliza both pin knights are also d» c'dedly prominent In the contest for ihe Individual prizes. Here are thv leading tallies to date: 4'. nurber, Elisabeth Star B, 1t4i G. : Slrgmlrr, Elisabeth Star A, 112, J. Smith. Granberry. 112, W. J. Master- i ■on, Elisabeth, 1 nit I T. O'Donnell, Elis abeth Star B, I0k| A, Weber. Tnsedoa, ' nf Elisabeth, log, C. Erb, Gaerts Five. ' ■or. A total of 1,370 bowlers have compet ed to date In the STAR headpln tourn ament This means that 275 live-man teams have been on the alleys. Tourn ament matches have been decided on I 26 nights. The total number of watch- ! fobs won to date Is 32. These souvenirs are presented to each bowler who n akes a score of 100 or better, regard- | less of whether he Is a prize-winner or not. Twelve teams are scheduled to per- ' form tonight In the STAR headpln tournament on the Iroquois alleys. They are as follows: Stag A. Slag B. Interuatloaal. Mitchell Cork A. Mllehell Cork B. Mitchell Cork C. Mllehell Cork D. Mllehell Cork E. Singer Janlors (Elisabeth). Bergen B. C, (Jfrtey City). St. Mlrhael’a I Elisabeth). Saknbys (Elisabeth). The Herald Square Bowling Club rrom Rahway sent In an entry yester day and so did the Celtic Bowling club, of this city. LIVELY DOINGS AT MEETING OF A. F. A. HELD ON SATURDAY THE Hibernian soccer team, of Philadelphia, will play the win ner of the Ansonia-Scottiah Amerlcan gome In the semi-final round of the American cup competition. Ta cony will play either the True Blues, of Paterson, or the Howard and Bullough team, of Pawtucket, R. 1., In the same round of the great soccer contest. The drawing was made Saturday night In this city at a meeting of the delegates to the American Football Association. The Hibernians appear to have fared better In the cup'draw than Tacony. as the latter will be up against stiff oppo sition In the next round, besides having to play on their opponents' grounds. The "Hlbs" should have a splendid chance of entering the final for the tlrst time since the Irishmen Joined the com petition, as they are practically the strongest of the elevens In the tourney when playing op their own lot. Tacony, last year s winner of the cup, seems to be a little off form since the beginning of the year, but tljere Is every likeli hood that they will rlBe to the occasion, which would bring both the local teams pitted against each other In the final round If the Hibernians trim Ansonla. The Howard and Bullough and True Blues met on two previous occasions In the third round without being able to settle which should have the right to battle In the semi-final. As the rules of the association call for a neutral ground at the third meeting It was decided that the game should be played on the . grounds of the West Hudsons, at Hur rlson oval. “Scots” Play at Connecticut. The Scottish-Americans objected to play Ansonia at Connecticut on ac count of the club not having enclosed grounds. After a great deal of discus sion It was decided that the game be played as originally scheduled on the grounds of Ansonla. The date for the | match will be either the 21st or 22d of | this month. Celtic appealed against the decision of the Pennsylvania League. In allowing the league game with Tacony to stand as played, and It was laid over until the next meeting to give the Pennsylvania League an opportunity of being represented. The Celtic dele gate. McAllister, lodged the appeal, stating that the league failed to live up to Its rules In awarding the game to Tacony. when the referee failed to ap pear at the scheduled time. The game was not started on time, according to tile rules and should not have counted In the league standing. A protest W'as also heard from the Thistles In their cup game with Tacony. Delegste Brown, of the Scotchmen was of the opinion that Fleming, who played outside-left for Tacony, was not elig ible. as he was. a signed player In the New England League and Tacony had failed to apply for his transfer In the prof er form. Campbell, w ho repre sented last year's cup winners, produced ,1 letter from the secretary of the Fore River Club, of Quincy. Mass., allowing Fleming to assist any team outside of the Boston District League. Alter a healed argument, Tacony carried the vote, but only by 12 to U. Waldron, the former Tacony-Thlstle eft fullback, who la playing with aiersou TVue Bluas thle season, was reinstated. ' 1 * * \ IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU NEED ATONIC, DRINK THE | HAUCK BEER It is an appetizer and aid to digestion. It is a food of the highest quality, always strengthening and nutritious. PETER HAUCK & CO., Brewers j 500-518 Harrison Avenue Bottling Department, 9-U-13 North Fifth Street \ HARRISON, N. J. ( L. D. Phone Market 633 Local Phone Harrison 45 j l .. < uirair 1 M. C. ' \ lvraai .ala ' j Ah&WELL j | tains.' | NEWARK. N J.. JANUARY 16. 1»11. ONE RAGE—THAT'S KNOUOH. Rnddy Roby. "Ruby," the ruddy faced trolley Inspector stationed at the Four Corners, tells us that everybody calls him "Ruby" since we gave him that cognomen. We are very glad to hear that the BooBter la so widely read, which leads us to tell the story of how "Ruby's” face ac quired that ruddy tinge. It appears that In hla youth he was a model of the George Washington type. One day he took It Into hla head to atop a runaway horse. He started to tell aboul It and exaggerated It with each narration. At length he had It how he stopped forty horses with one hand. Someone called his bluff and he blushed and the blush has been there ever since. Oar Frlead Mike. Mike Tully 1* still blowing that tin whistle. Many a man much younger would like to have as lusty a pair of bellows as the "king of the traffic squad" boasts. Orange Notes. Dear Imp—Is Arllng- 1 ton avenue training ground for East Orange lire horses? E. o. i Yes, stneo Harry Dow- [ stow found his hearts! delight" there. He has to get up early to g~t ‘ round, too.—Ed. Berthllllas Regardless Lamb, of East Orange, desires to announce ne can hold his right hand In the air and give the "never again" by wlte less. Stick, Bert. Joseph Murray, also of East Orange, Is training with Billie Oagen for that combination wres. - ling match with Fireman Dory Francis. Ear hoi 1 are to be barred, along \ with needle falls. Dory trains with a btoom and quoits. J. J. F. C. T. B.—We cannot print your com munhat.on. Tom Demp sey had nothing to do with the capture of that mosquito or noatltig with the airship. The mos quito was fed on liquid air.—Ed. Queries. Dear Imp—Has any one seen Eddie Griffith, the Down Neck glove propeller, lately? He must be training for that one-armed enemy of his Benny the Bottler. Dea Imp—How many yards of rt>;e will It take to tie Mickey Smith's bull? DUCK Don't know how much rope to tie his bull, bill a certain girl Down Neck has his prat, ant doesn’t use any rope to hold It.—Ed. DOCTOR HAS NARROW ESCAPE. PASSAIC. Jan. 1«.—Dr Frederick F C. Demarest, of this city, haJ a narrow escape from seriovi Injury when the automobile he was driving skidded on the asphalt and collided with a Paterson trolley car at Main avenue and Jefferson street. The front of the machine was badly dam aged. Mr. Demarest was thrown, but escaped Injury. FOUR IN FAMILY ILL. MIDLVIL.DE. Jan. 16.—Four small children of Frank Tomlin are seriously ill with diphtheria. The famby has made an appeal to the city for aid. j ALPERS ro SUCCEED TUTTLE. WESTETELD, .Tarn 16.—The third an inual meeting of the We tfleld Hoard of I Trad* wtl h hi ! '<hursd y eve ini? Et-Mi’Vnr Au itstllf L. - sSBterJ to suceee. t onnrensman-elee v\ E Tuttle. Jr., us | res.dm an I Robert D Sir'thlev will suceeei Ro’e t V loT n an ns see- ‘ — P.a s f r he EOirm ol Ju > celebration wi i < au .c a mniffi"”" of the W ost"el tire de art ment will meet with the bo rj. GETS SWINDLER’S I ETTER/ VINELAND, Jan. 16.—E C. H/rv. , of Vineland, received one <ff the familiar Spanish swindle letters, hot was too wise to snap at the half.