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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908.
4HtHMMitHi.4. -11111111111111 ttttti i tt titttttt 1 1 in n 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 c 1 1 1 n n i n i ? 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t. I POLO, BOWLING, BOXING, BASKETBALL. ALBERT L. DONNELLY, Editor, Official Scorer of the National Polo League. SWIMMING, HORSE RACING, AUTO EVENTS. Sporting News bf World t SHOOTING, FIELD TRIALS, GOLF, SKATING. EXPERTS: FREDERICK BAKER College Sports. , JAMES MUSTARDE Golf and Soccer Football. nmnnn htlii nine irr nni n nanr-mi. ;i TO TRANSFER TEAM Norwich Baseball Club Will be Placed in Hands of Meri- den People. SEASON OPENS ON APRIL 28 Schedule Committee Appointed Man- agers Adjourn Until Next Frt i day Afternoon. . That '.fle transfer of the Norwich baseball team to Meriden will go through was announced at the meet ing of the Connecticut league magnates at the Garde hotel yesterday'afternoon, tout the details for the transfer will not I j De completed until aner me committee l' meeting In Meriden, Tuesday night. The league went back on its decision cf opening the. season May 1 and the .managers unanimously decided to start , Mthe spheroid rolling on April 28 ana close, Saturday, September 12. All of the managers of the clubs were iit at the meeting: Connie Danaher of ;':sew Haven, Dan O'Neil of Springfield, 1 1 1 Fred Winkle of Holyoke, Clarkin of i; ! Hartford, Attorney Harold R. Durant l lot Waterbury, Sam Humphreys of New Jf 'Erltain, Dr. Thompson of Norwich and ; -James O'Rourke of Bridgeport. j President Tracy of Hartford, called jthe meeting at 2:30 and after Secra U itary O'Rourke's report was read and accepted, the question of the transfer s'of the Norwich aggregation was taken j:iip Haven team he will not allow Sher wood to fall into Durant's hands. Among the baseball players who were in the waiting room at the Garde hotel were Jack Tighe, Joe Connor, Gus Sof fcl, "Shamokin" Kelly and Kid Sher wood. Supervisor of Umpires Kennedy did not have his full list of umpires pre pared at yesterday's meeting, but Btat ed that he would have them by next Friday. "Shamokin" Kelly will not officiate here this, season as he will manage a nine ii Shamokin, Penn. Do herty, McCloud and Rorty will be kept. The league magnates disbanded at 4:30 and will meet here again next Friday, at 2:30 p. m. Drives for the Cage l Splendid team work was responsible for the local's victory. -All the players followed the ball like champions and the Pawtueket payers were unable to solve their remarkable attacks. Woods was sick and Saunderg,' who replaced him put up a fine defensive game. ; By Providence's defeat of Boston at the Hub, New Haven moves up Into first place, tied for premier honors with New Britain. - With a new team in the field, the Boneyards have i worked themselves back t the. top 'of the ladder and seem bound to retain their hold this time. TWIST TIGER'S TAIL New Haven Boneyards, by Fast Team Work, Defeat the Pawtuckets. i LOCALS TIED FOR THE LEAD Boston Beaten on Home Rink by the Providence Grays and Falls to Third Place. NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING. W. New Haves .33 New Britain . . .' 33 Boston 84 Bridgeport 27 Pawtueket ... 24 Providence '. 23 Waterbury . . 20 I.. 22 22 23 29 31 33 34 P.C. .600 .600 .59i .482 .43b .411 .370 SHEPPARD BARRED Cntil After March 1 by Registration Committee. EXCITING FINISHES Hammock Boy Wins from Craftsman by a Nose at New Orleans. Philadelphia, Jan. 31. The registra tion committee of the Middle Atlantic division of tne amateur athletic union at a meeting held here today refused to reconsider its act In suspending Melvuv Sheppard of the Irish-American Ath letic club, of New York, for his assault upon Guy Haskins, the U. of P. runner, I 1 at the First Regiment armory In this! Sensational Climax In the Second Rare GRATIOT VICTOR BY A HEAD city on January 24, Sheppard asked the committee to reinstate him, but the lueinufis kvotcu uuaiitiiiuuaiy tor his suspension and he is barred from par ticipating In any contests until after March L , With -Donaldo at the City Park Track. A CLOSE YICTORY "Butch" Weber Just Wins Thir teen Out of Twenty-five Games. Before the largest crowd of the sea sort, one which the Quinniplac rink could hardly accommodate, the New Haven roller polo team last night again twisted the Paw'tucket Tiger's tail and made a record of four straight victoricsj JOHNSON WINS ROLL-OFF this week. The locals were in championship form. Sehiffer and Warner played Bone will lead his Elm City quintet against Providence to-night. The greater part of the afternoon was spent In discussing this question. iThe committee reported much progress uu stated that there was no doubt but I'.tnat the affair will be consummated 1 Nithin the next week. On Tuesday ; T'night the committee will meet at the i i office of Connie Danaher in Meriden 'pind endeavor to complete the transac , '.tion between the Norwich holders and i4?lho 'Meriden corporation If it be such 'that Intends tn Knv the team AfnTiflV flN scarce In the Silver 'City and there . it? ..... V Oias been some trouble In raising the ip leslred $2,500. Harry Durant, manager !f the Waterbury nine, was appointed O'Neil and Connie Danaher on the clr- filt committee. Since the last meeting several of the have been wrangling Over opening and close of the the previous meeting the evenly divided In their pinion as to whether the season ought $0 open April 28 or May 1. President jt'racy decided the matter by casting a jfote for the opening on May 1. The fnagnates who were thus oeaten at this assemblage have been able to convince Jie other managers that the eany date '.fa the better and yesterday afternoon i,vhe vote for April 28 was unanimous. Jhe season will close, Saturday,- Sep ftmber 12. Last year the season ouen- ijimed April 25 and closed September 15. If! The following schedule committee EVERARD MAKES Y G. V. Baker, Who Was Ahead Last Fall, Does Not Enter Gymnasium Meet. WINNER GETS EVERY EVENT M 19 lionanagers The dates for Vleason, At irianagers were Eugene Osbom Wins Ills Class Nu merals In the Freshman Contest. V L. C. Evcrard of New Orleans, Yale 1908, won the Y awarded annually by the gymnastic association at the sec ond part of the meet held In the Yale gymnasium last night. The decision was on points. G. V. Baker 1909 S. was ahead In the contest at the close or the, first half held In the fall. He did not enter the meet last night because of Illness, and Everard had the meet practically to himself. Eugene Osbom 1910 S. won the greatest number of nolnts amon the frere oppolnted: Fred Winkler of Holy- freshman competitors, and so will be brilliant games, far surpassing the fly Ing Dutchman Woodtke. Farrell was another star and his three goals in succession in the second period was or of the most remarkable feats of the season. Saunders, who took the place Olio Hubcr and George Weber Beaten in Two Series of Two-Men Match. Charlie Johnson failed to catch up with Weber in the bowling match to decide the series for the city's cham- of Woodtke. who is sick, nut un a pret ty exhibition and Mullen at goal was1 P'onshlp at the Tuxedo alleys last night. The evening's ittiy was marked by the same close scores that have run through the series and Weber only too much of a perplexing question for the visitors. The prettiest play of the evening was Tiprformen1 ;hv JCnrrpll In lhe final period. Warner hadd driven the hall alnei his thirteen out of twenty-five at the Pawtueket cage hut Feireeaf the eleventh' hour, blocked the drive and caught the rub- j There was a full house to watch the ber between his legs. Sehiffer hooked match and sporting blood was warm. at tne nan out reirce neia it nrmiy ne lnt night's scores were tween his guards. Then arrell came Webor-203, 10. 165, 189, 223. 189, 19ft, to the rescue ana wim one Diowoppea m, m 1S0j 169 m ToUli 2m the ball Into the cage. j jhnson-ln8, 94, 175, 169, 200, 168, 170, 214, 191. Total, 2816. the Duggan and Mansfield played star games for the- visiting aggregation. The former captured 13 of the 16 rushes. . The line-up: New Haven. Pawtueket. Sehiffer Duggan First Rush. 185, 193, 22 Some time during the week Frank Beecher will roll Weber. In the fourth game "Butch" Weber broke his ball and could not find a ball good Enough to replace It and after the fifth game he was hardly able to con trol himself. Weber did not have the New Orleans, Jan. 31. In the two-year-old event at City Park track to day Hammock Boy at 5 to 1 and Craftsman at 3 1-2 to 1 fought out the entire length of the stretch on even terms to the finish, where Ham mock Boy won by a nose. Another sensational finish was seen when Gra tiot at 25 to 1 won the second race by barely a head from Donaldo. Results: First' race, 3 furlongs Hammock Boy, " 110, S. Heidel, 5 to I, won; Craftsman. 107, J. I.ee, 3 1-2 to 1, sec ond; Dispute, 106, Notter, 12 to 1, third. Time, :37 3-5. Second, 5 furlongs Gratiot, 110, J. Lee, 25 to 1, won; Donaldo, 105, S. Heidel, 14 to 5, second; Bobbin Around, 110, H. Alex, 50 to 1, third. Time, 1:04 1-5. Third, 7 furlongs Stoneman, 100, Dubel, 16 to 6, won; Ethel Carr, 104, V. Powers, 13 to 6, second; Bounding Elk, 104. Lelbert, 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:33 4-5. Fourth, one mile Red Gauntlet, 108, V. Powers, 7 to 1, won; Plant land, 111, C. Koerner, .12 to 1, second; First. Premium, 114, Notter, 17 to 5, third. Time. 1:45 1-5. Fifth, 7 furlongs Ketemike, 105, J. Lee, 18 to 5, won; Thomas Cal houn, 100, Muleahey, 15 to 1, second; Rural Boy, 106, J. MeCahey, 18 to 1, third. Time, 1:32 1-5. Sixth, 6 furlongs Royal Onyx, 104, Lelbert, 10 to 1. won; Avaunteer, 110 McDanlel. 3 to 1, second; Chief Hayes, 107. A. Martin, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:17. Seventh, 1 1-16 miles Adcsso, 110, C. Koerner, 7 to 2, won; Warner Grls- well, 106, Notter, 9 to 2, second; Fla vlgny, 102. Mulcahy, 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:54 3-5. Warner Woodtke, luck which accompanied him during Time. iuue, Harold R. Durant of Waterbury, jtaid Dan O'Neil of Springfield. The ;fimmlttee will begin at once to ar- nge the schedule for the coming sea- (New Haven again gets the poorend It the holidav sphedule: Thev- meet m ., . .... iwsnagepon on uecorauon aay, jvienaen W July 4 and New Britain on Labor :;Sty. The schedule for the holidays fol- jtpDecoration day--Moming: Hartford 'si iNew Britain, Waterbury at Meri jjrt, Springfield at Holyoke land New m ven at Bridgeport. Afternoon: New ,ff'italn at Hartford, Meriden at Water jpiry, Holyoke at Springfield, and jB-ldgeport at New Haven. Wjuly 4 Morning: Holyoke at Spring- i j vr ti i i A : .1. i irfaven at Meriden. Hartford at Kr dee- ;Hrt. Afternoon: Springfield at Holy- e, Waterbury at New Britain, Mer- en at New Haven, Bridgeport at rtford. . .aboF day 'Morning: Springfield at ytilyoke, Bridgeport at Waterbury, w Haven at Mew Britain, wartrora - 'Meriden. Afternoon: Holyoke at ringfield, Waterbury at Bridgeport, w Britain at New Haven, Meriden Hartford. St 31' i'fronnie (Danaher has not yet sold the KjUv Haven team, but he Is waiting allowed to wear his class numerals. Between the end of the contest and the decision of the judges Everard gave a clever exhibition of torch swinging. Everard Is in addition to being captain of the gymnasium team president of Phi Beta Kappa. The events last night were con tests on the side horse, the flying rings, tumbling and club swinging. The summary flnllows: , Flying rings Everard, 25.66; Grif fin. 23.50; Osborn, 23.16. Tumbling Everard, 24.83; Osborn, 21.83; Klrby, 16. Side horse-Everard, 26.83; Griffin, 26.16; Osborn, 19.33. Club swinging Everard, 8.5; Kir by, 6; Osborn, 5. The stand In last night's meet: Everard, 85.82; Osborn, 69.32; Kirbv, 57.66. til he sells all his stock. Connie ints jto.ooo ror tne team but it. is Jfjbable that he would take $8,000 cash pie could get it. i lft Is rumored that Danaher Is mixed lA In the Norwich transferal and that i' will probably have some share In f' new Meriden tealn.'"It would be jjf the Interests of the New Haven x joeball fans If Connie would sell out i j some local bidder, who would share blithe Interests of the local fans. Illarold Durant, who has been after til Sherwood, has been unable, to pro-if-e him as Danaher does not desire rtlf thp Kid trn Rnth tho ITI.l anA j:f Straw are desirous for the change "WALKOVER KID" WOX. There was a rather one-sided pool game played at Hannon's Lenox pool room. West Haven, last evening. Jack Ingallsby, champion of the Eagles, made an easy finish of Thomas Ken nedy, who modestly termed himself the champion of New Haven. The game w-as for 100 points.- The prize was $25. Ingoldsby scored 100 points to Kennedy's 34. Bert Kingsbury of New Haven was referee. 4:05 8:05 Second Bush. Farrell Center. Saunders Half Back. Mullen Goal. Goals by. . First Period. Xew Haven .."...Warner .. New Haven.'. ..'..Wdrner .., Pawtueket. ...... Woodtke . Second Period. New Haven Fartell .. New Haven Farrell .. New Haven Farrell .. Thir Period. New Haven. Sehiffer .. New Haven.. ....Sehiffer .. New Haven Farrell .. Pawtueket. ......Duggan .. Pawtuckt Duggan 3::0 New Haven Warner ;r Pawtueket Woodtke :25 hCore-New Haven, 9; Pawtueket, 4 Hushes Duggan, 13; Sehiffer, 3, Stops Pelrt e, 30; Mullen, 24. ' Referee, Leahy; timer, Wohlmaker. the series at Swift and Hulse's, but he Mansfield worked hard, captured anil deserved I the victory. Charlie Johnson also Cameron j worked hard but the fact that he lost I the series at his home alley handlcap .... Peiri ped him too much. As both Weber and Johnson won six games apiece in the twelve games It was necessary to roll off the hoir.& ser le's tie In three out of five games. Johnson won three.itraight games. The scores follow: 5:10 :"0 6:'.0 4:15 :10 :.'0 1:03 , Johnson 214 191 157602 Weber 169 173 182524 Charlie Johnson and George Collett defeated "Butch" Weber and Otto Hu bcr In the two-men mutch which fol lowed the roll-off. Johnson and Collett won two series, two straight in the first and two out of three In the sec ond. The scores; Johnson 224 BOSTON" I THIRD PLACE. . TjOCAL COtLFHS WIN'. . (Special to Journal-Courier.) Farmlngton, Jan. 81. The curling team of the New Haven Caledonians defeated the team of the Farmlngton Country club here this afternoon In an exciting and close contest, IB to 11. The victory of the New Haveners was due particularly to the fine playing of Dalgleish and Patterson. The Ice was In excellent condition for play. ' V. OF P. FIVE DEFEAT BBOWX. Philadelphia, Jan. 31. The I'nl veraltv of Pennsvlvania basketball , Connie can't see It. He says that io.m oasiir rtefen.ted Rrown universi- iil long as he has control of the New h t-nltrht hv- n score of 22 to 9 rm r AT THE RINGSIDE. Bob Fitzslmmons in an exclusive tntfrvlpw accorded Governor Guild of Massachusotts commended fencine. a favorite sport of the governor, and scored Jlu 1itsu. the Japanese sport. He presented the governor with a gilded horsesho". Finding for certain that Frank Mantell has left for th west Jake Pesterman. the father of Harry Iwis. who made himself gen erally disliked In New Haven. -nmes blustering up to Lymansville. L. I , and asks what Inducements the club there will offer for a match be tween Mantell and Lewis The people of Rhode Island have not yet forgotten the dirty deal Bestrman played them, breaking an agree ment for the fight between his son and Iwis for somthing like a hundred shekels. T Owen Moran. th English boxer. Is laid up in New Terk with & pleurisy. He has snt another chailenee with Battling Nelson to box vr him at !? pounds as soon ss he recovers. i ii Willie Lewis and Jim Donovan, who hnxed in New York last ,"f. Wednesday nlirht. were not satisfied with the result, nd have been re :' matched for another bout tn New York nert Wednesday. 11 Martin CanoU of Rhode Island has challenged any man In the world at 13' po--ls. He says he is In as gnod condition as the day he left for tl3 fast for his memorable battle with Jimmle Britt. i 4 i Providence .Grays Defeat Hub Team by Score of 8 to i. Boston, Jan. 31. Providence de feated Boston 6 to 1 In a polo game at tne 1'arn square ring to-night. The ball was in Boston's territory most of the time. On several occasions Suth erland for Boston was caught off his guard at the goal. Score: Providence 6, Boston 1; stops, Mal lory 48, Sutherland 44; rushes. Lin coln 8. Thompson 2; foul, Wiley. Um pire, uconnor. WINCHESTERS VICTORS. Win- Two Out of Three frmw. the Rivals. Winchester won two out' of three games from the Qulnniplae Canoe club' at Johnson's alleys last night. Score: Rival. Smiley' 144 Chamberlain il53 F. Bradley 1 si A. Bradley Dayton ......... Collett 1R8 412 Weber 173 Huber 179 Johnson Collett .. Weber Huber 352 199 176 198 192 1S1 100 281 182 191 373 184 163 SUNDAY SERVICES Second of Union Meetings Fol . lowing Campaign to be Held. DR. FRISSELL AT CENTER Tad Jones to Conduct the Ep worth League Service at Grace M. E. Church. have them are requested to bring Win ona hymn books. First M. E. Church. Rev. Francis T. Brown, pastor Class meeting at 9:30; Men's meeting In the vestry lat 10:00, led by the pastor; pub lic worship at 10:30, with the Holy Communion and reception of members; Bible school at noon; Chinese Sunday school at 2:30; union, mass meeting at Polls theater, 3 p. m.; Epworth league meeting at 6:15. At 7:30 this church will unite in the Central district evan gelistic service in the Church of the Redeemer. On ' Tuesday evening the regular prayer service will be held In the vestry at 7:30. On Friday evening a union prayer meeting will be held in the Center church chapel. . Grace M. E. Church. Corner Howard avenue and Portsea street. Tad Jones, the great football player, will conduct the Epworth league vesper service at 6:30 p. m.. in the auditorium. Everybody invited to hear him. The service is held here to accommodate the crowd that will desire to hear him. The pastor. Rev. W. W. W. Wilson, D.D., will follow this ser vice with a sermon on "Paul Before Felix," or the Convenient Season, a revival sermon with altar service. In the morning there will be a love feast at 9:30, followed by Communion, bap tism and reception of new members. "Sunday school at 12 m. Revival ser vices during the week, with Ladies' Aid society, Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m., wjth lunch, and Junior league, Friday at 4 p. m. The revival interests have kept up since the Chapman campaign closed and there are conversions every night. The meetings will be continued as long as the Interest will Justify it. The public Is cordially Invited, together with all who 'are serious upon the sub ject of religion and are contemplating a Christian life. Epworth M. E. Church. Corner Orange and Edward streets- Rev. H. E. Wilson, pastor. Morning worship with Holy Communion and re ception of members at 10:30 a. m. 'A prayer meeting will precede the morn Ing worship at 9 o'clock. Evening wor ship at 7:30, when following a song ser vice the pastor will speak on a ques tion that every man should answer. Other services of the day are as fol lows: feunday school, 12 m.; Junior league, 3 p. m.; Epworth league, 6:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited to the services. 397 368 347 203 189 159 193 177 178 402 366 337 R. R. Y. M. C. A. WIN. Get Awny With Three Straight from Central V. M. V. A. The second of the series of union meetings being held In the Central district of the city as It was divided for the Chapman meetings, will be held Sunday evening next in the Church of the Redeemer at 7:30 o'clock. Every effort Is being put forward by the pas tors of the churches comprising this district to make these, union services fully as Interesting as when the Chap man evangelists were here. The chorus choir which sang at all of Dr. Chapman's personal meetings will be present Sunday evening. The speaker will be ths Hev. Watson L. Phillips, D.D., pastor of the Church of the Redeotner. Dr. Phillips has an nounced for his subject, "Jesus' Ans wer to My Excuses." A special musical program has been prepared for this meeting. Wallace M. Moylo will be the soloist and the first quartet of the choir of the Church ot First Church ot Christ, Scientist. The services of First Church of Christ, Scientist, are held Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., In Republl ran hall, Temple and Crown streets, entrance on Temple street. Subject, "Love." Golden text, "He that loveth not, knoweth not God; for God love." I John, 4:8. The Sunday school meets after the morning service. The Wednesday eve ning testimonial meeting Is held at 8 o'clock. A reading room maintained by this church In the Malley building, 902 Chapel street, is open daily from 10 a., m. to 5 p. m., except Sundays and legal holidays; on Wednesday from 10 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; Tuesday and Sat urday from 7:30 f 9 P- m. A cordial welcome to all. . F. R. Luckey on "Open Windows to th Divine Life." At the evening service, the "Winona" hymnal will be used, and a chorus will assist the choir. Bibl school at 12 a. Christian Endeavor at Church of the Messiah (First Fnlver. salist.) Next Sunday morninjr the Dustor. Rev Theodore A. Fischer, will preach on "Is . "Iel probation Ended by Death " Sunday school at 12 m. Y. P. C. U. de votional service at 8:30 p. m. Tonic- Preparation." Leader. -Mis r.,. Phelps. ; At 7:30 p. m. there will be si nreah. Ing service. The subject of the sermon will be "A Foolish Consistency." All are cordially Invited to all services. : Flrt EncMah Lutheran Church. At the First Kimlish Lutheran rhnrxh corner of Lawrence and Edward streets, ' iiitriw win db morning worship at' 10:30 with sermon by the Rev. Luther Sieber on "Believinir and Seeinsr." Mr RvUr J. Todd will sing "The Way of peace," oy L,ioya. Hunaay school at 11-8). Christian Kndeavor at 7p .m. led bv Mr. unas. Hansen. Vesper service at 7:45 with sermon by the pastor on "Buying up the Opportunity." The i Christian Endeavor society will hold their- monthly business meeting Tues day evening. Poll's Thater. Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock there will be a service for men and women. In Poll's theater. Rev. D. D. Munrox of Calvary Baptist church will preach. Frederick Weld will sing. Large chorus choir, , Doors open at 2:80. Ushers, personal workers and chorus' singers should be In their places at ziZb o clock. , , The Church of the Redeemer. Morning worship, with sermon by the pastor at 10:30 o'clock, subject: "The Isolation of a Great ScAil." Sun day school and adult Bihje class at 12 m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Union Evangelistic service In. the evening at 7:30. Dr. Phillips will preach, subject, "Jesus' Answer to my Excuses." Wallace S. Moyle will sing. Chorus choir. Doors open at 7:10. Ushers, personal workers and singers should be In their places promptly.- ' GILBERT'S NEW ROLL : : -. Yale Gymnast and Track Man as a Legerdemain Artist. St. Paul's Church. The services to-morrow are morning prayer at 9 o'clock, holy communion at 9:30. second communion with sermon by the rector at 10:30, Sunday school In the parish house at 12:15. Evening prayer at 5 o'clock. Special hymn am! preaching service at 7:30. The local branch of the Ancient Order of Forest ers will attend; the rector will preach. 1 11 Forbcst Memorial Chapel of, Ihc People who have followed the gym nasium and track teams work at, Tal' for the past three years will see Tale's star athlete, A. C. Gilbert, in a new role Wednesday night, at the Hyperion the ater when he makes his Initial public performance In the east as an illusion 1st and legerdemain artist. For many years Gilbert has been known to be very skillful at legerde main atad Illusions and with his friend "Skully" has always entertained the Kprphany. Morning prayer, sermon by the Rev. Franklin Knight and holy communion at 10:30. Sunday school at 12:15. Even ing prayer and sermon at 10130. Sunday school at 12:15. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:3,1. There will be a spe cial musical service. A violin solo will be played for the offertory . by Mr. George Tomklns. The Central Young Men's Christian the Redeemer will ring. Prof. David association were no match for the Rail ! Stanley Smith, the organist of the road Y. M: OA. quintet at the R. R.1 church, will be at the organ. Y. M. C. A. last night, losing all three These meetings are very bright and games. Rutledge of the C. Y. M. C. A.1 interesting and all are Invited to at- 157 1 75 175 152 124 150 183 158 164 126 127 198 was high man. The scores C. Y. M. C Kempfer 125 Ferrier 168 Andrews ........ 118 'Ftitledee 205 Chapin 1" 790 784 Winchester. Erickson 155 Higg 138 Austin 172 Hodge 19n Cox isj 173 119 173 120 190 210 146 165 137 161 J n. r. Porto . Mansfield Maroske ., Robinson . Warley ... 820 Y. M. . 225 . 199 . 179 . 119 .. 200 . A. 128 179 145 is 161 797 C. A. 162 ij? 151 250 164 tfd. The regular corps of ushers will be In charge of the seating arrange-ments. 140-169-132- 393 516 425 Center Church. Dr. H. B. Frissell. principal of the 1(50 549 Hampton Institute of Hampton. Vs., 149. 44 will preach at the morning service at Center church, to-morrow. Music for Sunday afternoon, Feb. 2: Prelude Offertoire Thomas Anthem "O Lord t Evening Time," Price Duet "Watchman, What of the Night." Sarjant Mr. Moyle and Mr. Avis. Fostlude Chorus MendelFsohn 750-2367 147- 5.' 164- 5:0 179- 619 156 525 157- 521 922 8S4 8032609 858 81 AT THE R. R. V. m. C. A. Hickories Capture Two Games from ' the Maples. The Hickories -n two TFA ROVXDS TO PR AW. New Orleans, Jan. 31. Mike Schreck of Cincinnati and Tony Ross of Philadelphia, heavyweights, fought ten rounds tn a draw here to night before th southern Athletic club. . YALE FRESHMAN lOSE. PbiladelDhia. Jan. 31. The Penn- Bames ft J,-u-ar,1. frrchman hasketliall team A p -i i.s "'in Tne Ma.ples. last even 1 feated the Yale freshman team to lng, at the R. R. Y. M. C. A. alleys ! .h , f t 1? ...i..... i u,r mcKuries, was rush man. The scores: Hoibrook Nihill .... Sfhevher Mansfield Lee Warley ., Hickory. 133 130 155 41 S Maple. 'l72 ........ 159 -...Mr. 114 175 207 lfi2 544 159 201 152 445 512 HOME-MDE CABINET. I made my own kitchen cabint out 14S 4;j of an oM-faphiened writing desk, says 179 516 an economical housekeeper. It has two 19' 5f9 large drawers and two smaller ones below the writing lid. These I lined 519 1411 w'i'h white oilcloth In the larger ones 1 1 keep flour and baking tins, and in 1 the smaller ones sugar and cooking 146 - 47T utensils. The inside I use for spires. ''Ml .VI flavorings, etc.; the -pigeon-holes for 169 4 5 recipes, papers, twine, etc. I also cov- icred the dek lid, and And this handy 4S6 1413 1 to use as a table when baking. St. John's P. E. Church. Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany Litany, sermon and Holy Communion, lfl:S . m. Prelude Andante Bib! Anthem "Awake, Put on Thy Strength. O Zion." Stalner Communion Service in F Touss Postiude-Communion Guilmant Monthly service of the Sunday school at 3 p. m. Church of the Ascension, Celebration of the holy communion at 7:30 a. m.. morning prayer, sermon by the Rev. F. S. Kenyon and second com munion at 10:30. Evening praver and sermon at 7:30. Hampton Meeting. An interesting service in behalf of educations! work for Negroes and In dians will be hei to-morrow evening at 7:45 In the Tntied church on the green. Representatives from the Hamp ton Institute o Virginia will discourse on the work of that school, and will tell of the results achieved by the grad uates al Hampton who have gone out and started other schools In the south and west. The speakers announcl are eRv. H. B. Frirsell, principal., and Mi Jnr Robert R. Moton. commandant, both of Hampton. A male ooarlet from the school will sing poni' f the plantation melodies. All are cordially invited to attend. State Street Gospel Mission. There will he no meeting at the Slate street Gospel mission Sunday night, tr.e mission will unite with the Rescue band, at the City mission on Orang street. Wednesday night's meeting at 7:45 o'clock will be in charge of the Christian Commercial Traveling nun. at the mission hall. 94 State street. Spe cial music expected. A cordial Invita tion extended to all. St. Thomas' Church. The services in St. Thomas' church to-morrow, are Litany-Rnd Holy Com munion with sermon by the rector. Rev. William A. Beardsley. at 10:39 a. m.. and evening prayer at 4 o'cllck. The Sunday school meets at 12:05. rivmonth Church. The pastor. Rev. Or. McLane. will preach in the morning. The union evangelistic service will he held in this church in the evening at which time the Rev. Dr. Munro will preach. ' The chorus choir which has sung during the meetings will sing. Persons Who First RnplJs Church. The Lord's supper will be observed t the 10:30 a. m. service. A class for all who signed cards meet, flt 3:30 p m. Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. m. Music by choir snd chorus. Topic of sermon. TJving Fountains ana Broken Cisterns." liii 6 V v ' i j 4 X Trinity M. E. Church. At T.-'.ni'y Me'hodi-r ehur.-h Fundny i morning the holy communion will he administered and new members receiv ed. The music will be an anthem for onening. "My God and Saviour. Thee 1 Bless." by Rutenber: for offertory Miss Storm will sing, "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say." by Harris. The Sunday school will resume Its session at noon. The evening services will be rnmWned with the Evangelistic meeting at Ply mouth church. Humphrey Street Congregational. Humphrey Street Congregational ehurch: Public worship at 10:30 a. m., with the Lord's supper and reception of new members: in the ewning at 7.30, with sermon by the pastor. Rev. ONE OF GILBERTS FEATTRES. teams when they went away on trips. He has constantly practiced with ap paratus he has invented and the ap paratus belonging to Hermann the Great until now he Is able to take the first place among the illusionists and sleight of hand experts of the world. Naturally ambldesterous with an Im aginative and fertile brain he Is able to execute many moves and manipulate various pieces of apparatus never thought of even in the time of Her mann. . 1 Last summer Gilbert made a tour of the Pacific Coast, giving public enter tainments in Los Angeles, San Francis co, Portand and Seattle. The comment of the people and press of the Pacific i Coast was of such a nature as to make his success In the east assured. During the psst few months Gilbert has given entertainments at the Quln nipiack club, the Union leagne, the Knights of St. Patrick and various other organizations. Members of these clubs have askeJ for blocks of tickets for next Wednesday's performance. Gilbert will be assisted by Madame Desbone. the well known Illusionist. Will Green of New York, will help him with his tricks. Tickets will be placed on public sale at the Hyperion theater, Monday morn ! ing. Prices are 50c, Toe and ,