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THE MORNING JOURNAL:pOURIEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1907.
NEW INTERSTATERS REOPEN RELATIONS Janswick, Huber, Collett, John son and Weber Defeat New York. Dartmouth and Williams Are to Bowling, Polo, Horse Racing, Swimming, Athletics. Meet Once More in Ath letic Contests. MEWB SOME BEAUTIFUL ROLLING Visitors Roll 1,089 In the First Game, But Lose the Others to the Home Team. - . After weeks of coaxing we have been able to produce the goods. The New Haven Interstate bowling team shed its old clothes and put on its Sunday ones. , Janswlck, Huber, Web er and Collett were the additions. This aggregation, better known as Huber's independents.' has dissolved the bit ter feeling hitherto shown between the (Academy and the Tuxedo alleys and with Jean Swift have compromised. The, New York bowlers arrived , in this city expecting' to get away with the usual three games, but lo! a sur prise was awaiting them. In the seats of four of 'the old New Haven Inter state team were four of last year's nearly championship aggregation. They knew they would have to get down to business, and they did. In the first game the vjctors rolled a. TBcord for the alleys and a record for the state, 1,086. ... New Haven had rolled good, 906, but It was the univer sal opinion that the local quintet was mot in It. But it must be considered that in this first game New York had 100 pins of luok, and this caused their magnificent score. It was enough to make the average bowler shed tears of mortification and anguish, but nqt so with C. Johnson, Janswlck, Collett, Huber and Weber. They clung togeth er, clenched their teeth and were des perate. ' ' The New Yorkers were no better than they after the first five frames ef the second game and when the end of the sjcond game came they were not New Haven's equal. Weber was in great forrnT He hit the pins prettily and they fell 'prettily. His single was 236. Janswick proved capable of pro ducing the goods, as also did Colletfc and their total for the same was 1.033. Rand, who had rolled 235, had dropped to 178 ard the notable Levy fell front"; 241 down 38 points. .r Charlie Johnson arid Otto Huber were the "candy boys" in the final game.Nl The New Yorkers knew tney were up against it and lost courage, In the third game they' rolled miserably and totaled but 77Q. : New Haven knocked the pins down for 929 and won in ,.a walk. ' , .: . ', Although handicapped by 1?0 pins before the second game, New Haven beat the visitors out on the total by 7 pins, a remarkable feat. Weber cap tured the) honors of the evening for marks,- setting 29. , Levy, of 'ew York, got away, with high, single and high three strings. His single was 841 and three strings .639. Janswlck and Weber roiled 598 apiece and Otto Hu- 1 n.nD rtAMtyfalilntAst Sill fill hands' after the garnea. He said: "We ought to have had thisall through the season, and if we had we would have been fighting it out with the leaders now." New Haven will have the same team during, the remainder of the season, which is four more weeks. Her next game is with Elisabeth at Elizabeth next Monday, and then a week from Monday she plays a return game at New York.- Beecher and F. A- Swift will be substitutes. ' - " The scores: New Haven. Collett . .....173 206 .. ... 18B 221 151 530 191-4- 51)8 204 677 176 698 207 654 8292867 Janswlck . Huber -. . Weber . . . . C, Johnson 180 183 186 171 286 176 Totals , B06 im New York. Levy ....... 241 203 Strong 19 Rand ... 2S5 178 Pumas .... 214 207 Dunbar .... ....... 200 158 185 629 118 474 137 RS9 185 R(iB 146 60S Totals ...-1086 927 7702783 THE MOTOR BOAT SHOW. Show So Successful In New .York to bo Transported to Boston. The great success which greeted the motor boat show in New York all of last week speaks volumes for tho suc cess of the coming Boston exhibit of that nature. Never has a motor boat nhow proven of such magnitude as the one held last week, and when it is re membered, that that : show almost in Its entirety will be' transported to the Mechanics building and exhibited there January 25th to. February 1st with many aditional -features, one realizes that-Boston will be' second to none in this respect. From a small beginning the motor show has grown tremendous ly, and Mechanics hall will soon con tain jthe products of the world's best builders in marine engines and boats. Official representatives of the navies, armies, and other departments of many foreign countries will give close atten tion to the several exhibits with a view to taking "advantage of any of the excellent things which may be of use to them or their nations. That there will be a great deal of interest is shown by the fact that the list of ex hibitors is very much larger than be fore. Some of the completed boats to be exhibited will be crowded with ev ery luxury that a millionaire's "taste and a disregard for cost would suggest In adition to the practical side Of tj exhibition those who have the spe mania to any degree will be ale study at close range, hundreds of t of marine engines. These will hlbited in' all forms from the kicker, suited even for canoes the huge racing motors intend boats capable of gretter spee thirty miles an hour. DISAPPEARS WITH $' Bridgeport Contractor 51i' Saturday Foul Play Bridgeport, Dec. 18 rounds the strange iit John W. Johnson, a f tractor residing at avenue, who. with n in cash on his perso sight last Saturday; feared by his relatlv with foul play. Th quietly conducting , missing contractor ' but up to the pre clues as to his wb TAKE THREE GAMES Y. M. R. C. City League Bowl ers Approach the Cham- pionship. ASCHENBRODELS WIN TWO From Specials Winchester Quintet Defeat Westvlllc Other Game Postponed. , CITY LEAGUE STANDING. W. L. P.C. Y. M. B. C 24 9 .727 Aseheribroedel 23 13 .6S9 Winchester ....22 14 .611 Academy ... 14 13 .519 Specials 16 20 .444 Tuxedo ,.... 15 IS .484 Sterling ... ... 13 20 .31)4 WestviTle 10 20 .278 The Y. M. R- C. bowltTrs Avon three straight games last evening from the Sterling team at the Republican club. Winning these three games gives the Y. M, R. C. a firmer grip on first place and on the City league championship. There are no but two more weeks left in this leaguce and the laurels will no doubt be taken by the Republican club team. They visit the Archenbrod els next week and close the season with a return match. The Academy Tuxedo series was postponed on ac- coucnt of the New Haven vs. New York Interstate game. The city league ganie will be rolled to-night. The As chenbrodel quintet won two from the Specials. The first game was forfeit ed. The Winchester aggregation way laid Westvllle on Goode's alleys and captured two of the three games. ASCHENBRODEL VICTORS. Tals? First by Forfeit and Third by Good itolling. . The Aschenbrodel team, which holds down second place in the City league, got away with two of the series with the Specials of the Academy alleys last evening. The first game was forfeited to the tAschenbrodel team. The latter team rolled an exhibition totaling 800, the best gamo total for the evening. The sfecr-nd game was won by the Spe cials, but the third was easily picked by the home team. The scores; ' i ' ' ' Aschenbrodel. Moeller ...... 182 135 174 Tohan 118 123 13il Greenbaum 185 179 ... Shelffele 222 144 159 gchecker F 198 173 224 Porjenhclmen ..... , ... ... 136 .. . Specials. 800 754 818 Moeller 175 142 317 Sharper ........ Ifl '158 339 Karcher 108 138 246 Marx .-. 130 152 2S2 Milter i... 176 , 170 346 770 760 1530 WESTVILLE loses two. Winchester Bowlers Victors at Goode's Alleys. The Winchester bowling aggregation pounced down upon the Westvllle City leaguers, in their den at Goode's al leys last evening, and took two of the three games of their series. The roll ing of both teams in the second and third games was good, and that of the Westvllle team in the first gamo es pecially good. ' The scores: 1 Winchester. Keating 186 168 174 r 606 Brown ......... 157 165 159 481 Bushy , 234 183 150 573 Allen 168 100 190 458 Riley ...."T. .. 109 215 159 543 894 '829 8382661 WestviJIe. Boyd 153' 201 163 616 Douglas , 156' 128 111 395 Nelson 111 ' 147 211 469 Wooster ...... 159- 161 153 463 Shumway .... 163- 283 168 564 jZ 870 ' 8052407 ONLY INTER-CLASS RACES. Princeton Will Compete in Intercol legiate When Men Are Developed. A banquet was held at the Prince ton Inn' Tuesday night by the mem bers o the four Princeton crews who competed for the Carnegie cup here on November 8, in the honor of Coach Titue. Titus won the gratitude of every oarsman in the college by the hearty support he gave to Princeton cr 's. He was formally thanked for ,1)' rvicea cetdn's stand in Intercollegiate was discussed at the banquet fleers of the rowing assocla was announced that next ast the Tiger crews would "th those of no other uni only interclass races will il material is developed ipete in the intercol Hhing like an equal rclass races will be Among the guegla re William Allen '-, Captain J. B. itbtUl team and -ssociation, night AT TUXEDO ALLEYS. Winners Take 'Two Games from the Triumphs. The Winners captured two games of their series with the Triumphs" last evening at the Tuxedo alleys. Trie score: Winners. Cairns 195 148 163 506 Zimmerman 123 147 158 428 Hyman 170 144 144 158 Koch 178 131 164 473 Reichert 119 132 156 407 785 702 7852273 Triumphs. .. 125 173 134 433 Camp . . . Callahan 13 111 Watrous Durbach Schciffer 128 147 384 145 167 153 465 118 187 127413 656 760 7033119 High game, Winners, ,785. High three strings, Cairns, 506. High single, Cairns, 195. WATT AT Y. M. R. C. TO-NIGHT. Park City Bowlers, Once Defeated by Republican Club, to Try Again. The Park City team, under the lead ership of the famous Jimmy Watt, will roll the Young Men's Republican club team to-night, this being a return' mfttch, the first series being rolled at Bridgeport, where the Young Republi cans won out. The Bridgeport team will be composed of Watt, McKay, French, Musante and Lewis, and Is a very strong aggregation. The club team will be the same as that which defeated Watt's men at Bridgeport and a battle royal is expected. This match will give tho lovers of bowling In New Haven an opportunity of eea.nrj the great Watt before he stacks up apalnst Herrman's Independents next Monday night, and the Republican club extends- a cordial Invitation to all to attend the ganie. TO PLAY NAUGATITCK, The Naugatuck hlghschool basket ball team will pjay the Hopkins gram mar school team of this city to-morrow evening at the Naugatuck high school gymnasium. The preliminary will be between two teams in the high school league. CARD FOR TO-NIGHT Doherty and Ford Eeady With Comeback for Out. of Town Boys. OPPONENTS IN FINE TRIM Much Interest and Betting on New Nutmeg A. C.'s List of Vig orous Quarrels. The card which the New Nutmeg A. C. will put on at the New Haven thea ter to-night to local people will be the most interesting put on so far this year. The boxers are nearly all local men and are In first class shape for the fray. The backers of Jeff Doherty and Bunny Ford have been placing on them against, their out' of town op ponents, and the response with which they have met proves that the local boys arenot going to have everything their own way. Jeff Doherty's opponent, Tommy Darling of Waterbury, has been train ing for the mill for some time, and Is In the pink of condition. Darling has been trying for some tlmo to get a match with Jeff, and wants, to prove the superiority of the Brass City over New Haven. They will go six rounds unless there Is a knockout, an occur rence which Jeff confidently expects. He has been in training, and says his punch will lay Darling low before iho close of the mill. Bunny Ford's opponent is Young Brossey of Bridgeport, and the row will last for ten rounds at 124 pounds' This has been called the main bout. A large number of Bridgeport sports are coming up to the match with wads to place against Bunny. , In the opener Jimmy Kelly of Bran ford meets Maurice LeMolne, late of Canada, but now of Massachusetts. While the world in general la confident that Le Moine will win Bran ford will back Kelly to the last ditch. The bout will be for six rounds. .' Forfeits have been posted for every bout, and should the theater fall In ruins before to-night the club will put on its card. The first quarrel starts at '8:15 o'clock. YACHT RACE CONDITIONS. Governing Contests for International Challenge Cup. New York, Dec. 18. Conditions gov erning contests for the International Challenge Cup, offered by the Brook lyn Yacht club, with the design of de eloping fast racing yachts, of whole some type, were formulated; to-day by a committee appointed by the club. Sloops competing 'or the cup shall not be more than 65 feet feet nor less than 3i feet on the load water line and schooners challenging for the trophy, shall not be of greater length than 80 feet nor less than 40 feet on the load water line. The races must be sailed between July 15 and October 15 and the challenging yacht must proceed, under sail, on its own bottom, from the home port to the waters of the club holding the cup. Under the cup pro visions the exact dates, length ' of course, racing rules and other condi tions are to be mutually arranged be "en the challenging and the defend--tbs. The conditions provide that hts shall be measured and rated 'e allowance in accordance with .ting and measurement rules of ooklyn Yacht club. The contest he cup shall consist of not less -ee. races. was taken with regard to Upton's offer of a $1,000 up for an ocean race in Aroer- R.R. LEAGUE STARTS Schedule and Bowlers of New Railroad Y. M. C. A. Teams. TWO SERIES OF 7 WEEKS First to End on January 31 Hickory Trio to Roll the Palms To-night. The schedule Of the new bowling league formed at the R. R. Y. M. C. A. and the players on the eight three-men teams are given below; The league started Tuesday evenln, the game be ing between the Chestnuts and the Oaks. To-night the Hickory trio will roll their first game, their opponents being the Palms. ! The games of the railroad league will be played in two series, the first series and the second series being play, ed each for seven weeks. The first series will end January 31. The sec ond series will start February 3, and will end March 19, Games will be played four nights a week. The list of the teams and the play ers follow: Chestnuts Canficld, Corson, Hart. Oak Dickens, .Faunce, Hall.. Maples Warley, Lee, Mansfield. Elms Porto, Coghlan, Robinson. Hickory Schecher, Nlhlll, Hughes. Palm Short, Hayes, Connelly. Mahogany Mora n, Hills, Ed.; Parma lee. Spruce Schelegel, Maroske, Slrgel. First Series. Tuesday, Dec. 17 Cheatnut vs. Oak. Wednesday, Dec. 18 Maples vs. Elms. Thrsday, Dee. 19. Hickory vs. Palms. Friday, Dec. 20 Mahogany vs. Spruce. Monday, Dec. 23 Hickory vs. Oak. Thursday, Dec, 26 Chestnut vs. Palms. Friday, Dec. 27 Mahogany vs. Elms. Saturday. Dec. 28 Maples vs. Spruce, Monday, Dec, 80 Chestnut vs. Elms. Tuesday, Dec. 31 Spruce vs. Hickory. Thursday. Jan. 2 Maples vs. Palms. Friday, Jan. 8 Mahogany vs. Oak. Monday, Dec. 6 Chestnut vs. Spruce. Tuesday, Jan. 7 Maples vs. Oak. s Thursday, Jan. 9 Mahogany vs. Palms. , Friday, Jan. 10 Hickory vs. Elms. Monday, Jan. 13 Oak vs. Elm. Tuesday, Jan.' 14 Maples vs. Chest-nut.- Thursday, Jan. 16 Hickory vs. Ma hogany. Friday, Deo. 17 Palm vs. Spruce. Monday, Jan. 20 Spruce vs. films. Tuesday, Jan. 2lT-lllckory vs. Chest nut. Thursday. Jan. 23 Palm vs. Oak. Friday, Jan. 24 Maples vs. Mahog Monday, Jan. 27 Spruce vs. Oak. Tuoaday, Jan. 88 Chestnut vs. Ma hogany. Thursday, Jan. 80 Palm vs. Elms. Friday, Jan. 81 Hickory vs. Maples. $eond Series. Monday, Feb. 8 Chestnut vs. Oak. Tuesday, Feb, 4 Mahogany vs, Spruce. Wednesday, Feb. 5 Maples vs. Elms. Thursday, Feb. 6 Hickory vs. Palm. Monday, Feb. 10 Palb vs. Maples. Tuesday, Feb. 11 Chestnut vs. Kims. Wednesday, Feb, ' 12 Mahogany vs. Oak. Friday, Feb. 14 Sprues vs. Hickory. Monday, Feb. 17 Spruce vs. Maples. Tuesday. Feb. 18 Hickory vs. Oak. Wednesday, Feb. 19 Chestnut vs. Palm. Friday, Feb. 21 Mahogany vs. Elms. Monday, Feb.. 24 Chestnuf vs. Spruce. Tuesday,' Feb. 25 Hlrkory vs. Kims. Thursday. Feb. 27 Maples vs. Oak. Friday, Feb. 28 Mahogany vs. Palm. Monday, March 2 Oak vs Elms. Tuesday, March 3 Mahogany vs. Hickory. Wednesday, Much 4--Chestnut vs. Maples. Friday, March -Spruce vs. Palms. Monday, March 9 Chestnut vs. Hick ory. Tuesday, March 10 Mahogany vs. Maples. Wednesday, March 11 Palm vs. Oak. Friday, March 13 Spruce vs. Elms. Monday, March IS Spruce vs. Oaks. Tuesday, March 17 Cjiesinut vg. Ma hog.iny. Wednesday, March 18 Maples va Hickory. Thursday, March 19 Palms vs. Elma PASADENA YICTOR Captures the Feature Event, the Gentilly Selling Stakes. AT FAIR GROUND'S RACES Kocrncr Thrown front Ills Mount, But ' Escapes Injury Pickens Suspended. New Orleans, La., Dec. 18. Pasadena to-day won, the feature event, the Gen tilly selling stakes, at the fair grounds race track. During the running of the race, Koerner, riding Bcjl Weather, was thrown from his mount, but es caped injury. Pickens, who rode Hy perion II, was charged with rough work and suspended for a week. Tiling ran away from Temaceo In the handi cap. Summaries: First race, five, furlongsGee Whiz, 107 (Pickens). 3 to 1, won; Sweetener, 104 (Notter), 6 to 1, second: Bitter Man, 107 (Powers), 12 to 1, third. Time 1:06 4-5. Second race, mile and 70 yards Al ma Dufour, 109 (Koerner), 2 to 5, won; Lady Oakland, 109 (Mountain), 12 to 1, second; Listenne, 90 (Delaby), 10 to 1, third. Time 1:53. Third race,, six furlongs Bertha E., 100 (Pickens), 11 to 5, won; Sponge Cake, 103 (Murphy), 6 to 1, second; Glamor, 103 (Powers), 12 to 1, third. Time 1:19 2-5. Fourth race. 6 1-2 furlongs, the Gen: tllly selling stake Pasadena, 110 (Pow ers), 10 to 1, w-on; Hyperion 11,19 (Pickens), 13 to 1. second; Jacobite, 118 (Notter), 2 to I, third. Time 1:25 2-5. Fifth race, mile and sixteenth Til ing. 108 (Sumter), 12 to 10, won; Te maceo, 109 (Notter). '6 to 5, second; Orphan Lad,' 103 (McDaniel), 7 to 1, third." Time 1:51 4-5. Sixth race, mile and three sixteenths Dr. McClure, 110 (Mountain), 2 to 1, won; Rio Grande, 102 (McFadden), 15 tp l; second; Agile, 108 (Walsh). 3 to HARTFORD LEADS LEAGt'E. Cages Winning Goal in Four Seconds of Overtime. Hartford, Dec. 18. After coming down to the end of the third period with the score 4 to 4 Hartford won out over New Britain at polo to-night, cag ing the winning goal in four seconds of overtime play. Lincoln was respon sible for the deciding score. Two fouls were called on Jean. The lineup: Hartford. Position. New Britain. Lincoln Schiffer First Rush. Hart Warner Second iRush. Wiley Jean Center. CcggeshalF .' Toner Halfback. Sutherland") Mitchell Goal. Score, Hartford 5, New Britain 4; stops, Sutherland 52, Mitchell Do; rush es, Lincoln 10, tied 2; fouls, Jean 2; referee, Leahy. NATIONAL LElGl'B STAJXDING. W. L. P.C. Hartford 13 9 .BSH Now Britain 18 9 .667 New Haven 14 1 .538 Bridgeport ... ., 11 lfi .423 Pawtuoket 12 15 .444 Waterbury 11 1 .617 Providence 9 18 .333 BUY POLO TEAM? Jimmy Burns and John Meade Secure Local Franchise. Meriden, Dec. IS. Jimmy Burns of the Springfield baseball team, with John Meade, of this city, have purchas ed the Connecticut State Roller Polo francise in this city, and Intend to give local patrons of the game some of the finest sport that has ever been seen here. The team started off last night in Wallingford 'with a victory and the local managers intend to see that this record is kept p. ' Messrs. Burns and Meade will have a strictly local team , that should please the sports here, and the team will be a real fast bunch. The line up for the first home game, with Wallingford Saturday night, will be as follows: - v Hart, first rush: Hackett, Everard, second rush; Penfield, center; O'Don noll, halfback; Knowlton, goal. Drives for the Cage I Two straight defeats ought to mean a victory for the Boneyards to-night. They are due to tackle the Brass City polo aggregation at Waterbury. The latter team fell to the Dumplings Tues day evening, being shut oufc If Eadles' bunch can trim Waterbury, there should not be the slightest doubt but What the Elm City aggregation will be able to discover a method to perform a similar trick to-lnlght. Waterbury will return the compli ments of this evening's game by blow ing Into the Qulnniplac rink to-morrow night.' The game which New Haven hss been putting up during the past few weeks merits the support of every lover of polo In this city. The at tendance at McLay's has been averag ing around the 1,200 mark, and this ought to be kept up If not improved upon. Jean and Schiffer of the New Erjtain Bank Wreckers are spending their off evenings In practicing lln-jitsu, in or def to get the best of Saunders, New Haven's stonewall halfbiiok. Both of these players siiem to take to trouble eevry time they play New Haven. Saunders can hold his own against both of them, standina up. laying: down or standing on his head. Jean or Schiffer will prohably wake up after a collision wltn sounders, and flnu that they have been asleep. mi.. U 1 , . 1 ,J ....UU. a - New Haven at Waterbury, Hartford at Providence, New Britain at .Bridge port. Hartford In four seconds of overtime plav last evening defeated the New Britain Bank Wreckers, and ' rooted them-from first place. Lincoln caged tho winning goal In four seconds. HARVARD'S SCHEDULE. The schedule for Harvard's 'varsity basketball team follows: January 7, Massachusetts institute of technology at Cambridge; 10, Wesleyan at Cam bridge; 13, Holy Cross at Cambridge; 18, Princeton at Cambridge; 22. Tufts at Cambridge; 24, Brown at Cambridge; 29, Yale at Mechanics 'building in Bos ton; February 8, Williams at Williams town; 12, Holy Cross at Worcester; 15, Brown at Providence; 19, Andover at Cambridge; 22, Dartmouth at Cam bridge; 24, Princeton at Princeton; 28, Yale at New Haven;. March 6, Wesley an at Middjetown; i.Wcst Point at West Point. O'BRIEN DENIES REPORT. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec.18. President rv Rrien of the American Association of Baseball dubs this afternoon de nied that any American association franchise had been insferred to Chi cago. PROTEST IS WITHDRAWN. Rev. W. D. Mossman of the City Mis sions has withdrawn his remonstrance against tl.e grunting of a license to the Humboldt cafe at 152 State street, and a license for that place was issued yes terday by the county commissioners. A T THE il n-imont'has arrived in Providence, and gone into training witW K?d Manning He says he will chop Wasrner to pieces when he Lit t tm He las of the week, and that there is nothing doing in meets hi yle 'f.fl,! nunchoa that the New Yorker is said to have the heralded kn.Hkouuncn . v equally confident of the SStcome The hSskv thiham bantam has hen practicing hard all the week, and says he will hand his opponent the dream lohon. ,. Recording to all reports, the attendance at the boilts of the Nut Accorams Haven theater this evening is to be record -. regi,u- The card is a first-class one. full of local interest. The KZJMhebU and the boxers are out for blood. Every one hiving the prlee will be admitted. , ( tt n-Kepfe the Irish welterweight, champion, in going over to - ,ftr hi't fisrht with Willie Lewis at the Long Acre club to- Fra?Ct n ChldHarvev. O'Keefe's guardian angel, believes tZFhiTwafd 1 wiU be able toreap more benefit from the French cen ! ih; U hs from the American variety of lucre Pat has vis dE France before, and acquired a longing for the rich and rare at lted w ,?f Yv ParU He has arranged for four matches on foreign ToU Pso does Sm-Tt entertain any doubt? about being well supplied with fcou, u j.i,,- i,i. ctav in France. w preamast mony uuws --- GRIDIRON ' DINNER Interesting Questions Which Will be Asked at the Com ing Event. BANQUET NEW YEAR'S EVE Knife and Fork Club Will Roast ! Many Persons in the Public Eye. The Knife and Fork club, famous lo cally as the Gridiron club of Washing ton is nationally, will hold a dinner ac cording to custom on the evening of Decem'ber 31 at Lenox hall. There are few prominent people who will not be roasted. 1 Among those who -will get what is coming to them according to the state ment of a member last night are: The Jack Up club of city hall, the Ben nett Memorial Fountain, the new city appointees, the ministers who attend prize fights and sit in free boxes, and irtany others. . Explanation will be asked as to why Alderman Loos has been raising such a flurry about fenders and who com poses his lengthy orations; Mayor Studley will be asked in regard to the many ways of furnishing the city with water on the Green; democratic lawyers will be asked to finally state for whom they voted , for mayor. Both Mayor Studley and Mayor-elect Martin are honorary members of the club. TO PLAY INDIANS Carlisle Added to Schedule of the Yale Baseball . Nine. WILL BE NO EASTER TRIP Tonr Through tho South Has Not Proven Successful lit the Past. , , It has just been decided by the baseball authorities here that the Easter trip of the Yale nine to the south will be discontinued.. For many years past the Yale team has played a series of games during the Easter re cess with Georgetown, University of Virginia, Richmond or any team of sufficient calibre to give the Yale team practice. The trip has always been a hard ohe on the men, and it has come to be regarded os of doubtful value. Not infrequently it has been responsi ble for the injury of a promising; pitcher's arm, and last year the nine had a series of accidents, among them the serious injury to Coach Lush's eye by a stone thrown- on Washington's streets by a small boy, and the break ing of Tennant's leg by u kick from a refractory 'bus horse. Instead of go ing south the nine will spend most of the Easter vacation in New Haven, practicing at the field if the weathor permits. If weather does not permit of practice the men will be let off for the whole recess. Cage work will not be begun until much later than uainl. Manager Thornton has practically completed his schedule for the year s baseball games. It differs from tho schedule of last year in that the Uni versity of Virginia, Lafayette and Wil liams games have been omitted and Manhattan . college, University of Maine, University of Vermont and Carlisle have been added. A game with Georgetown is played in New Haven. There will be only two games with Brown this year. The third Brown game, since a series of three were scheduled, has always coma on Decoration day, but this fear Decora tion day falls on a Saturday, and as that Saturday has been the traditional day for the first Princeton game, the Brown game had'to be cut out. The game with Carlisle should prove inter esting. WILLIAMS AWARDS "W'S." The Williams college athletic council has awarded tho "W" to the following members of the Williams football team the past season; Capt. Walllam W. El der, 1908, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Downing P. Brown, 1908, of Portland, Me.; Har old H. LaMent, 190S, of Pittsfleld; Charles (D. Held, jr., 1908, of Auburn, N. Y.; Vincent G. Roberts, 190S, of Mil waukee, Mis.; Eleazer D. Williams, 1908,' of Pittsfleld;" dpt. -elect Gilbert1 L. iMorse, 19G9, of New; York; Henry. W. Hartcr, jr., of Canton, O.;1 Clarence F. Brown; 1909, of .Montclair, N. J.; Carroll E. Robb, 1909. of Richmond Hill, N. Y.;' Charles D. Wadsworth, 1909, of Dorchester; .Alexander M. Swain, 1909, of Philadephia; Pa.;- Bel- videre Brooks, 1910, of Brooklyn, Ni Y.; John F. Bargfrede, 19C9. of Pearl River, N. Y.; Jesse D. Peterson, 1911, of Lockport, N. Y.; Ernest H. Win ter, 1911 of Orange, N. J. , ' RINGSIDE. BASKETBALL CAUSED ROW Football Game Next Fall Probably Will be the First Big Field Eve. J, ' Wiiliamstown, Mass.. Dec. It Ath-" letic relations between Dartmouth and Williams, which have been suspended for about a year, have been resumed. A letter received from the secretary of the Dartmouth Athletic council at Wil liams yesterday, proposing the resump tion of the former relations was an swered In the same spirit to-day by the Williams 'Athletic council, and as a re sult the two colleges will probabif meet next fall in football. Relations were severed a year ago by the order of the Dartmouth Athletic council, aft er a basketball game, which was held In the Williams gymnasium. Differ ences arose at that time between play ers on the floor, In which blows were said to have been struck, and . after an Investigation Dartmouth declined to figure in. future athletlo contests w,M Williams. In the letter from the secretary of the Dartmouth .council regret Is ex pressed that owing to a misunder standing tho Dartmouth council acted In this matter alone, rather than In conjunction with the Williams coun cil. . , , ' As the baseball aiid basketball sche dules of both colleges are already fill ed, it Is not likely" that there will b; any games between them in thesw branches of the sport during the pres ent college year. ! , YALE LOSES AT HOCKEY. . ff . St. Nicholas Team Wins Gkod Contest by Score jf 3 to t. Although defeated by the St. Nicho las hockey team at New. York Tuesday evening, the Yale team played a strong game, .and held their opponents to th score of 3 to 1. It was Yale's first gams at llie St. Nicholas rink this season, and the form which they displayed is an Indication that they will be an import ant factor In the intercollegiate hockey clfamplonshlp. , The work of Yale was somewhat ragged during the early stages, but -4s the game progressed there was a marked improvement In both their team work and passing. Howe, the Yale goalkeeper,, saved sev eral shp'ts.1 Heron, the Yale left wing, also saved many shots. The score: Yale, L . " Position St. Nicholas, S. Howe i,. ..... i. ... i ......... . Haywar.l ' Goal. I. ' Kng , Von Berrauth .v: point. Williams D. Gordon :. Cover Point.' Heron ,. .,, Wilder Left Wing. .. . Fells ..' Taylor Right Wing.- ,. ", ' H. Stanley "... Chew . Center, L. Stanley '. Booth .'!" . Rover.' Goals D. Gordon, (2V Heron, Chew. Referee, M. A. Coollgan, N. Y. A. C. Time of halves, fifteen minutes. College Sports. The St. Nicholas Hockey club defeat ed the Yale hockey team at the St.5 Nicholas rink )n New York Tuesday1 night by a score of 3 to 1.' Yale's one score was made by Herron. In Jhe seo-t ond half neither pide scored. The New York and Philadelphia! alumni have presented Princeton wltl two eight-oarded shells for the crewsi Next spring Princeton will have fou eights on the water, but will not com pete in the intercollegiate regatta! Several challenges have been-receiveif from various colleges, but the Tiger decided not to accept any until, a win ning crew Is almost certain. Sixteen' Williams men won their W in. the football season Just closei Coach Lauder has been re-engaged foi another season. ; 1 Columbia started off the basketba season last night', playing' P'rtncetoi Since football has been abolished at Ct luttibla more attention is paid to ba ketball, and the team this year is tlj best that has ever represented the coj lege. ' JEddle Walsh, the sensational pitch for the Chicago White Sox, has be engaged to coach to. Wesleyan candf dates for the early season's gaml Walsh lives in Meriden. CITY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Granni who have been spending the pant months in Rye, N. Yi.'have returri to their home in Washington avenue Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oliver of W, Haven entertained last' evening members of the Wednesday Even Whist club."' Announcement " Is made of the gagement of Miss Jeanetta Krlmskyi New York city to DavIdA. Shure this city. IA reception was held in N York city Sunday evening, which attended by the immediate relatl and friends of - the betrothed. Shure is a popular young man of city. : ' . Miss' Estelle Longfield, who has r the guest fr the past month of ; J. E. Rchindler and Mrs. E. G. Li Icy, has returned to her home in Poi keepsie, N. Y. ASSYRIAN WOULD. KILL TCM Danielson, Dec. IS. Charlie L an "Assyrian, was before Judge I Back in the town court to-day charge of shooting Mamhoud As? Turk, on November lo last, with derous Jntent. Probable cause found f.'nd Light was held in $ bonds for the superior court, Ui fault of which he was locked up; 1, third. Time 2;0S. J aters. J 25