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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1908.
POLO, BOWLING, BOXING, ; : " - " " : . " SHOOTING, FIELD TRIALS, BASKETBALL. ,-dT , T T -C "T IX T H Jl GOLF, SKATING.' sporting News oi World- SWIMMING, HORSE RACING, JL Cl5 ,LNrD22PAIETICS' AUTO EVENTS. .ICE POLO, BASEBALL. , VEGETABLE LEAGUE Moeller Lead3 Bowlers With an Average of 186.6 for Nine Games. CELERY TRIO ARE LEADERS Pumpkins and Tarsnlps Tied for Sec ond Place The Industrial Records. IXDISTKIAL STANDING. Celery Pumpkins Parsnips . Potatoes .... Carrotn Onions Cabbages ... Squash Turnips Ridishes .... Red Peppers W. L. PC. . 7 2 .778 . 6 3 .t7 . 6 3 .617 . 6 3 .867 . 5 4 .b; .5 4 . .o.'iii . 5 4 .5f. . 4 " 5 .444 . 3 6 .333 . 3 6 .333 . 2 7 .222 7 22 TAt GlHLS nival' UrJFEAT. YALE HOCKEY TITLE weeks of Vegetable The completion of three bowline In the Industrial league on at the alleys of Swift and Hulse. fjnds Moeller leading the pin knights with an average of 186.6 Welch is in second place with 1S3.4. McAu Hffe follows closely behind as the third leading man of this popular league. The Celery trio at present lends the teams with but two defeats in nine games. They have won their games with lower scores than any team In the league, having rolled an average of 471.4 pins for each game, while the Pumpkins, who are tied for second place with the Parsnips and Tomatoes, have an average of 506.1 pins for each game. Three teams, the Potatoes, Carrots and Onions are tied for third place. They are striving hard and ought to make an impression this week on the Celerys and Pumpkin. The Cabbages are but a head behind the above three teams. The Squeaks and Turnips are strengthening themselves and expect to land a telling blow be fore the snow disappears. The Rad ishes and their hot old pets, the Red Peppers, are at present holding down the rear end of the ladder bf fame. During last week there --as some fine Individual rolling. Mr. Ferris managed to break the former high single record, getting a score of 243. which will no doubt remain as the record for some time to come. Welch with 237, Moeller with 236, Smith with 233. Karcher with 225. and Moeller with a high thre strings of 616 shown the fine quality of bowling being done in the rramic ef forts of the men to capture the prizes. Hlcrh team single fell to the Onions, who rolled BS1. The Pumpkins hold the high game record with a score of looi. . The schedule for this week follows: . To-day Onions vs. Celery, Tuesday Pumpkins vs. Tomatoes Turnips vs. Carrots: Parsnips vs. Squash. Thursday Red Peppers vs. Potatoes; Cabbages vs. Radishes. The averages and scores of the league: G. Moeller 9 Welch 9 McAullffe 9 iockhart 9 Miller 9 Smith 9 Lyons ,.. 9 Adams 9 Bowman 9 Karcher ... ......... 9 Greenbaum 6 Knox 9 Marx 9 W Grelsing 9 Kimball 9 J. Rausch 9 Munck 9 Riley 9 Ferris 9 Roche . . ..' '9 Sommeri ....... 9 G. Greisinjr 9 Murray ' 9 Finnegan 9 Meenaghan 9 Anderson ..... 9 C. Rausch 9 Stanford 9 Ready 9 Schappa 9 McClellan 9 P. Rausch ,. . 9 Allen 9 Applegate 9 O'Brien 9 H. Rausch 9 High School Basketball Team Lose to Middletown Five. In a very fast and exciting game the Phi 'Delta Tau Girls were defeated by die ft. Veronica quintet at Middletown, Saturday afternoon by the score of 13 to 1. vAlthough the score docs not in dicate it the Tau girls certainly put up a 'line exhibition of basketball. Their defeat was greatly due to the fact that this was the first out-of-town game the Tau Girls had participated in, and also that their opponents greatly outweigh ed them. Considering this the Tau Girls played brilliantly. ' Although the New Haven girls lost, they intend to turn the trick on the Middletown girls, when they play them a return game on their own floor. This is the first game 'the Tau Girls have lost, and they Intend to put In a good deal of practica the following week, under the coaching of Mr. Hoff meiste;'. A dance was held after the game, and the Tau Girls enjoyed themselves Im mensely, being given a good time by the Middletown girls. . The Tau girls are to play the Omega girls, another team of the New Haven High school, next Saturday afternoon. at Anderson's gym. As the Tau girls have already beaten the Omegas, they are confident of winning the next game also. The Tau girls would like to receive challenges from any other High school girls' teams averaging about 120 pounds. The line-up was as follows: Phi Delta Tau. St. Veronica. Miss Carroll, Burwell Miss Oneil Left forward. Miss Tldgeweli Miss M. Kelly (capt.) Right forward. (capt.) Miss Dunlap Miss Fits Patrick Center. Miss Haines Miss Raftery Right guard. Miss Willis Miss N. Kelly Left guard. Score: St. Veronica 13; Tau 1; goals, Ct. Veronica, Miss Fit Patrick 2, Miss Raftery, .Miss N. Kelly and Miss Onell; fouls, Phi Delta Tau, Miss Tldgeweli; St. Veronica, Miss Onell 3; referee, Kol ctsky, New Haven High school. Close Match With Harvard Re sults in Championship for the Biues. GREAT DAY FOR THE ELIS Basketball Team Defeats Cornell- Wrestlers Win from Pennsylvania. GIRDERS IN PLACE For Steel Structure of Great Stadium for Olympic Games. M. 70 74 67 67 68 63 66 66 63 43 63 62 63 59 69 61 57 55 56 B3 56 54 47 60 53 51 48 62 53 46 48 49 46 44 H.S. 236 237 202 198 210 233 200 158 210 225 183 202 204 180 202 203 202 183 243 199 19) 187 189 170 199 Avg. .186.6" 183.4 176.2 172.1 170.6 1611.4 189.0 18S.1 166.5 164.2 163.3 162.7 161.2 11.1 159.4 159.1 158.X 155.7 155.6 154.1 153.6 153.1 150.6 147.3 146.4 192 145.6 185 145 A GREAT UNDERTAKING Will Accommodate 70,000 People Center Is Inrge Turf Arena 700 Feet In Length. London, Feb. 16. The last girder for the steel structure of the great stadium at Shepherd's Rush, London, In which the Olympic games will be contested this year, was placed In po sition last week and pome Idea can now be obtained of the magnitude of the British Olympic association's un dertaking. This stadium has been de signed to accommodate 70,000 specta tors and besides will contain rooms 183 187 167 187 184 200 167 159 153 144.C 143.6 142.6 142.6 139 2 138.7 137.3 133.3 127.1 Team Records Teams Pins H S. HTS. Celerv 423 634 1 484 Pumpkins 4S55 670 1557 Parsnips 4218 522 1 451 Tomatoeg .1 4207 542 1 433 Potatoes 4330 528 1529 Carrots 4292 635 1493 winlons 4270 581 1 450 'Pabhages 4258 568 1499 Squash 4328 638 1 49 Turnips 4063 654 1 445 Radishes 4058 531 1 488 Red Peppers 3597 454 1219 for the competitors, officials and gen eral public, and a lot of floor space for I even exhibits of uporting implements, ine . within a foot of Howe with no one center Is length by a turf arena TOO 300 feet In width, In the fastest, best played college game 'of hockey ever seen In the St. Nicholas rink Yale defeated Harvard, Saturday night by three goals to two after a despwate fight, and won the Intercollegiate Hockey League cham pionship for the first time since 1902. Harvard scored the first goal, but Yale soon evened the score and then drew ahead. At the end of the first half the score stood two to one In the Blues' favor. Harvard came back strong In the second half and soon tied the score again, but only for a moment, as Her ron soon shot the third and what prov ed to be the winning goal for Yale. The result was a great surprise, as on best form the Crimson men were picked to win handily. Calculations were completely upset, however, for Yale played a magnificent game and well deserved the victory. There can be no question as to the better team having won. The feature of Yale's game waa the close checking of her men. They kept right on the puck all the time and never allowed their oppon ents to get together and as a result the efforts of the Cambridge men were confined mostly to Individual rushes. Both Thayer and Williams, on ths defence for New Haven, had Wall's and O'Flynn's trick of blocking the puck as the opposing forwards were In the act of shooting down to perfection. Howe In goal made some wonderful stops and saved his team from what looked like sure goals over and over again. Another strong point of Yale's play was the excellent shooting of the forwards, Herron In particular having a swift and accurate shot. Williams carried oft the Individual honors and played not only a strong defensive game but fed his forwards well and was constantly rushing Into Crimson Ice, Harvard drew the puck on the open ing of play and Fell rushed down the left and made a try which was wide. Drlscoll returned Heron's shot, which also went wild. The rAick went up and down the Ice for two or three minutes and Drlscoll as ruled off for tripping .wewnaii. wniie he was out of fUie game Poll scored the first goal on a shot from near the center which Thay er attempted to stop, but missed, nnd the puck went by Howe before he saw It. Rumsey followed with another good try, which Howe took care of. Yale, up to this time, was unable to get In on goal and trusted to long shooting to tally. The forwards kept feeding Fels at right wing, but he could not get by Washburn with his long shots. Harvard was outplaying Yale up to this time, but finally the Bines got to working well together and at last Drls coll got by Washburn on 6. shot from twenty feet In front of the net. A minute later Herron followed suit nn a shot from the left and Yale took the lead. Herron was Immediately ruled off for tripping, and Harvard tried to the score. Newhall once got to Yale Basketball Team Takes a Brace . , in tho Second Half and Wins. Overcoming a lead by Cornell of 14 to 7 at the end of the first half the Yale basketball team Saturday night scored 'basket after basket and de feated the Ithacans by final score of 18 to 16. The second half was marked by the magnificent defensive work of the Yale guards, Captain Noyes and Fred Murphy, who prevented any baskets from the field In the latter period of the game.- Crosby's goal throwing from fouls- was the feature of the game from the Cornell point of view. The summary: Yale. , Cornell. Cushman ....Avery (Capt.) Right forward. Wren, Carrigan Crosby Left forward. Van Vleck, J. Murphy ......Shearer Center. K. Murphy Goodwin, Gardner Right guard. Noyes (Capt.)... Burd, Winnery Left guard. Score: Y'ale 18, Cornell 16; goals from floor, Wren 2, Cushman 2, Noyes 1, Van Vlock 1, J. Murphy 1, Avery 2, Crosby 3, Burd 1; goals from foul, Van Vleck 1, Noyes 1, Crosby 4; fouls called on Yale 9, on Cornell 4. Ref eree, Walter Randall. TILSON CUP SHOOT First Team of Company F Wins its Way to the Third Round. DEFEATS CO. A AND CO. K Sergeant Bollman's Score the Highest -Tourney to be Continued Next Saturday. WON BUT ONE GAME Eoneyards Start Well, Defeat ing Springfield, But Finish ' Poorly. FIVE BATTLES THIS WEEK At Bridgeport To-night MoCi 11 v ray's Grays ami Mallory's Pads Coat ing To-morrow. Four teams, one from Company K, one from Company A, and two from Compny F, contested Saturday night at the opening of the regimental shoot for the Tilson cup at the Second regiment armory. The first team representing Compny F won, its way Into the third round of the shoot by winning their match with Company A In the first round, and with Compny K in the sec ond round, 'strings of five shots each with one sighting were fired on each range. Sergeant Bollman's shooting was the best of the evening. . Company F (New Haven Grays) at present hold the Tilson cup.. The shoots will be held every Saturday night for some time to come. The scores of Saturday night follow:' FIRST not ND. Company F. ' Yards. ' ' 200 600 Private Seniple 17 21 Sergeant Bellman 22 21 Corporal Alden ig 24 Totals 121 Company A, Sergeant Wheeler 19 15 Sergeant Buckley 12 12 Sergeant Littlejohn 15 18 Total 91 Company P (Second Tram.) Private Bruna 15 15 Private Somerset 18 17 Private Perry 19 18 terburv. Providence at New New Britain at Pawtucket. . Wednesday. Feb. 19. Pawtucket Springfield. x , , Thursday, Feb. 2). Pawtucket at Waterbury, New Britain at Bridgeport. Friday. Feb. 21. rrevmnc v Springfield. Bridgeport at Fawtueket,- Waterbury at New Haven. Saturday. Feb. 22. Afternoon: New Britain at Springfield, Providence . at Pawtucket. New Haven at Bridgeport; evening, Bridgeport at New Britain, Pawtucket at Providence, ssevr tiaven at Waterbury. The referee assignments for the week follow: ' ' Mr. Rorty Monday at New Britain, Bridgeport, Saturday afternoon at Springfield. Mr. Leahy Monday at Bridgeport, Thursday at Waterbury, Friday at Springfield, Saturduy afternoou at Bridgeport, evening at Waterbury. Mr Doherty Tuesday at New Haven, Wednesday at Springfield, Friday at New Haven, Saturday evening at New Britain. Mr. Keough Monday at Providence, Friday at Pawtucket, Saturday evening at Providence. Mr. Kllgara Tuesday at Pawtucket, Saturday afternoon .t Pawtucket. JANSWICK IS NEXT Another Prominent Candidate for State Championship ' Looms Up. GOLF NOTES. IAn Important meeting of the Con necticut Golf League, was held at the Graduates club In this city Saturday afternoon, when considerable prelimi nary work for the coming season was talked over and acted upon. t . A somewnat radical ohange was made In the rules concerning the team matches which In the future must be 'played In conjunction with the qualify ing round for the championship. feet in j interfere, but he shot at the latter around . b0(jy instead of tsklne his time nnd which has been laid a running track, , fooling him. Rumsey had nearly as having three laps to the mile, and g00(j a chnce a moment later, but was outflde this again a cycling track hav- i aiso unsuccessful. 1 ing two and three quarter laps to the Th(, Mcona nait nB(1 only bec,n going mile. The turf and tracks were laid a .mnute whn Rumsey tied the game last fall and are already In splendid j after Pcll nad ma a pretty run d,mn condition and have been declared the I the Ieft and passe(j t0 nlm The Ranlf, best in England. Alongside the arena became faster, and remarkably- goon is a swimming pond 100 metres In j hockey was being shown by both sev length, with a deep space in the mid- , en8 Rumgey was the next man to die for high diving and water polo, j tahe fl force(1 rest f(,r an lnfMCt1on of events which the committee believe i tne rulpB Hiokg hsd an ce,.nt op. will be among the most Interesting of i pnin? whn ln cIoselii mu mlsP(li and the meeting. . ; then Herron returned and shot as he The games to be contested in the i was rhecked. The puck struck Wash stadium will be divided Into two parts, hft .pnt dn.n , . h . the main Olympic, games, opening on ib roUcd g t h1 , , . fh tj A good start but a poor finish cost New Haven three games out of their four played last week, Starkic's Spring field aggregation being the only five which the IloncyarJs could lay low. This week finds New Haven ' In Bridgeport to-night. If the local q'uln tet play together and If Farrell espec tally will restrain his desires to be a rusher the Elm , City five should win the game, Lust week In three of the games Farrell carelessly and against Bone's commands, moved away from his position at center and worked around the opponent's goal. Tho kind of playing although It shows the am bition of the player and nt times his skill ln caging goals, weakens the de fense. Last week Mullen's work was the poorest of the year and the real caus of the trouble Is Farrell's poor Judgment. ie should stick to the de fense and let Bone and Schiffer or Warner control the offense which they ! are easily capable of doing. To-morrow night will mark the ap pearance of Providence and a chance will be given the locils to see the dif ference In size of Mallory's guards now to what they wore the night of the pro tested game here. Most of the league managers have agreed with Bone and say that they will back him ln the Mal lory shin pad question, The magnates say that on the night and Since the nlghl the picked committee decided tho drays goal tenders guards wore only eight Inches wide and had but one ap pliance on the side, Mallory's pads were at least four Inches smaller. "The referee's word Is law" and by this rule the league will have to abide. Friday night. McMahon's Rough Rid ers are due here and ns the tatlmdors are working hard to thrust themselves Into the lime light we must beware Faturday (Washington's birthday) dou blo headers will be in order. In the af ternoon the locals play ln Bridgeport, and ln the evening at Waterbury. Total l2 Company K. Captain North , 17 21 Private Foelle 20 17 Sergeant Bcuadowln 20 21, Total 116 SKCO.ND ROfXD. ( Winners of the Two Previous Matches.) Company F. Private Sample 2) 21 Sergeant Bnllnian 18 23 Corporal Alden 19 2? Total 123 Company K. Captain North 17 21 Private Foelle 17 17 Sergeant Beaudowln 19 19 Total 110 Drives for the Cage We are due for revenge at Bridge port to-night, providing Farrel follows Bone's advice of playing his position. "Wild Charlie" l3 so anxious to lend a helping hand that he lends In an un necessary direction, with the effect that Mullen is left weakened. McCilvray's fine and Mallory's pads will bo -the attraction to-morrow night. The league directors did not give their decision concerning the protested New Haven-Providence frames, but a the referee's word is law neither protest ought to count. Each team will consist of four play ers whose names must be given to the committee before play starts ln the tournament. With this exception the tournament will be the same as last year. ' . ' The officers of the league are as fol lows: President, F. E. Sands, Merlden Golf club; secretary-treasurer, R. P. Curtis. Brooklawn Country club, Bridgeport;, executive committee, the president, secretary-treasurer and H. H. Waples, Hartford Golf club; C. II Zimmerman, ' New Haven Country club; H. H. Pease, Maple Hill Golf club, New Britain; F. H. Gates, High land Golf club, Derby; F. W. Smith. Jr., Prooklawn Golf club, state handicap committee, C. H. Zimmerman, New Haven Country club, chairman; Char les H. Seely, Wee Burn Golf club; H. H. Waples, Hartford Golf club. The financial and other reports which were read at the meeting were con sldored highly satisfactory. The league Is composed of eighteen clubs, and they represent as many different clubs, ln various parts of the state. IS WORTHY OF A TRIAL If Hill Will (iHwf, to Give Indenenrl. ents' Bowler a Chance at Con necticut Honors. r A prominent candidate for the state bowling championship Is Arthur Jans- wick who has ncrw -returned to the big pin game and threatens another ex change of Connecticut honors. - Janswlck has not dealt in the blt game since Huber Independent's last battle. The great bowler has confined his work to the duck pins at which he has achieved many honors. The rate at which the championship has been floating around has led this mighty pln-knlght to reflect and ln this reflec tion sweep aside all past remembran- ces and thus after a week of training to endeavor to step into the ring with the beat and throw himself to his abil ity and fate. ' Hill has robbed ' righteously from Weber the championship and will hold such until defeated. Many bowlers are seeking matches with the Tale and state champion ibut he no doubt re marks "many are called but few are chosen." Charlie Johnson has stated that If any one wants to roll Hill that bowler has got to defeat him (John son) first. Janswlck and many others are ready to do this but this really seems unnecessary. The ability of such bowlers as Janswlck, Collett and Hu ber is well known and If Hill is not yet acquainted with their rating John son can easily tell them their standing In the bowling circle of Connecticut. Hill has by cool-headedness'and good ' rolling worked his way up Into the throne of honor and there Is not the slightest doubt but what he Is ready, to meet all coniirs who can show a' sufficient right to spring to cham shlp. - ' HIGH SCHOOL FIVE VICTORS. At Rlnehurst. N. C, on Saturday, Al lan Lard, of the Columbia Golf club, Washington won the president s, or first division cupln the annual St. Val entine's tournament. He defeated L. C. Farrlsh, jr.. of the Shlnnecock Hills' Golf elub In the final round. Friday evening will find McMahon's Rough Riders at the Qulnnlplao rink. Waterbury Is trying hard to extricate themselves from last place, and New Haven will have to work every minute to defeat them. I.ractne Records. High individual single, Ferris. 243. High three strings. Moeller. fil. High team single. Onions. 651. High team three strings, Pumpkins, 1557. WIN 1.000-YARDS RCX. for the winning goalT No further scor- July 13, which will Include athletic, cycling, rencing, gymnastics, an-m.-.,, tl(? was though Harvard fought swimming and wrestling, and the win- dpspera(e!y t0 ewn m8tlPrs xvMa iter games commencing on October 19 , an(1 Drlscoll were hoth rule,! nfp hefore and including football, both Rugby thft game rnde(, Tne anJ and association, hockey and lacrosse, i ,;Unirnary follow. For the games which cannot be play- ' , . ' ed in the stadium, the association has j Jr (3)' Harvard (2). made arrangements with the clubs ln Howe Washburn and around London for the use of : hoi irrniinrf. Tho flrot nt these nut- I Thayer WilletS. " ' ' j p At the Columbia games in New , side games will be the rocquet com- ; ' York Saturday night in the 1.000 yard j petition on Queen's club on April 27, : " "nams Ford run. the three first places were taken ! followed by covered court tennis, ten- j by Yale men. R. A. SpiUer and M. j nis and law tennis at the same club; 1 1 nscou H,cks B. Vilas had a close brush at the fin- the Olympic regatta at Heley, rifle and ! R- (oh and the former fin shed 1 ehtlv i Pistol shooting at I-flsiey, yacnung at I "umf" ln the lead. The. third man was M. Cowes, motor racing at Brooklands, Spltzer. ttas Event In and Klr.insoff Take j Columbia Meet. I C. TILF.MmS TRIM LEADERS. Waterbury Captures Hot Game front Jean's Fast Quintet. Weakened by the absence of Mer cer, who was injured at Springfield on Friday night, the league leaders, though putting up a great fight, lost to Waterbury at Hanna's armory ln New Britain Saturday night by the score of 2 to 1, the smallest In New Britain this season. The summary: Waterbury. New Britain. Jason Swanson First rush. 1 Higglns Hawkins Second rush. Fahny ; Jean Center. Holderness , .Lyons Halfback. Cuslck r Bannon Goal. .... ......... Kirja-soff. who Just got third place j polo at Hurlingham, golf at Sandwich jFels Newball The summary with the handicaps: 1,000-yard run (handicap) W-n by R. A. Spitzer. Yale university (32 yards); M. B. Vilas; Yale univerity (50) yards, second; M. Kirjasoff, Yale, Mniverslty (30 yards), third. Tim?, 2:16 1-5. I and skating at Princess club. R. W. Herron Pell PLAYED NATIONAL GAME. I I W. Cosmo Vetro, Tomasso Coroszo snd j trials for Tale Herron (I), Drlscoll. Bavario Generosi were arrested Satur- ' For Harvard Rumsey and Fell- ref dav night by Policeman Simon Strett ; -iiiiQ, tv.ki,. r-. . .',tl. for plavlne r"ker in one of the shanties . ,' v.v-rm .-.lm. u in the railroad yards. . lc club: assistant referee, William Bus- sen, Hockey club; umpires, C. Lang and E. C. Cowdin; time of halves, twenty minutes. A T THE RINGSIDE. The fight between Jimmie Brltt and Battling Nelson has been postponed "until March 3, in order to give the men more time to com plete their training. The National A. C. of Philadelphia has arranged a six-round bout r,tween Bill Papke ann Harry Lewis for March 11. and there is gen eral satisfaction among the lanj, s the bout will, without doubt, be a hummer from beginnin to end. The mpn have agreed to weigh in at 152 pounds at o'clock, and that means a fighting weight close to the middleweight mark, which should give Papke a slight advantage. s he is used to carrying that many pounds, whereas Lewis is really best at the welterweight limit. It is rumored that Tommy Burns has an offer to go to France and meet someone there that will get him some more dollars. He has met enough English' lemons. Bert Keves and Johnnie Summers say they will settle their dis pute in their fix round bout at the Sharkey Athletic club next Wednesday VfjM. Y. M. R. C. POOL TOCRXEY. The handicap pool tournenient at the Young Men's Republican club be gan Saturday evening and the games played had these result: W. Bradley beat W. Converse, handicap, 65 M "3; H. Hodgson beat C. J. Atwood, S5 to 31; F. Duval beat W. Converse 90 to 61; T. E. Powell beat H. Hartshorn, 90 to 58; John Bauman beat T. E. Powell. SO to 61; T. E. Powell beat F. Duval SO to 77. Fred Duval beat T. Pratt 0 to 21, T. E. Powell beat A. J. DeLong SO to 69. New Haven and Pawtucket will have to shift home night pretty soon If the Tigers and Boneysrds ever expect to finish up their series. The condition of two clubs having the same Identical home nights, and neither being in a position lo change them, makes repeats for varlAus clubs nil over the circuit, but It cannot be helped. It now seems that Harry Starkle's team his landed a permanent residence, and that success is inevitable. The rolle-r polo schedule for this week follows: Monday. Feb, 17 Springfield St New Britain, Waterbury st Providence, New Haven st Bridgeport. Tuesday, Feb. 18. Springfield at Wa- Tbe handicap committee of the Met ropolitan Golf association Is now crlt tsed for being t'.o energetic. The vig orous call for responses from clubs made each winter is considered esseny tlal by the committee, which maintains that a spring list would be next to Im possible were a more leisurely method adopted. Ralph Craeknell, Who has been chairman of the Massachusetts Golf association handicap committee for several years, does not appear to be Impressed with this policy of haste. YALE GVS CLUB. The B. A. A. and Tale Gun clubs met In a 50-blrd match at the B. A. A, traps Saturday at Boston, and the home club was victorious by a score of 200 to 183. NATIONAL LRAC.rB STANDING. W. L. P.C. New Britain ..39 25 ' .M!) New Hvon , .Id 27 .1571 Springfield 35 30 .53? Bridgeport 34 3ft .531 Pawtucket 27 31 .429 Providence 27 3R .415 Waterbury ... 26 38 .406 Bridgeport Basketball Team Easy tor ; Local Quintet. Before a small crowd the New Ha- ven high school quintet defeated the Bridgeport five in a very one-sided game at Anderson's gymnasium Sat urday night by the score of 45 to 18. The game was an easy one for the local team, for the Bridgeport high school five were altogether out of their class, putting up a poor exhibi tion. The Bridgeport high team had some substitutes playing, as some ,of the regular playera were debarred from playing on account of poor work ln their studies. V I For New Haven Saxe did great work, slapping the ball into the basket four times, while It was ln the ailr netting 8 points. He Is certainly good ball, 1 and has a good eye for shooting goals, and also does fine passing. Dusttn and Frankel also showed up well, both securing many baskets. The line-up was as follows: N. H. H. S. Bridgeport H. S. Frankel .Narramore , Left forward. . Saxe Klstner (CaotL Right forward. Dustln (Capt. ) . , . .Mom Center. , Connolly j .Lane Right guard. Starkweather Goddard Left guard. , Score, 45 to 18; goals, N. H. H. S., Saxe 6, Dustln 5, Frankel 7. Geracl 1; Bridgeport, Klstner 2,' Naramore 2, Lane; fouls, N. H. H. S Dusttn , for Bridgeport, Klstner 3, Narramore 2, Lane. One point was added to each side by the referee. Stewart, referee. Umpire, Hoggan. INTERSTATE RECORDS. New Haven Bowlers' Scores and Averages, Home and Abroad. Score: Waterbury 2, New Britain 1; rushes, Swanson 2, Jason 3; fouls, Jean, Lyons, Fa hey; stops, Bannon 26, Cuslck 52. Referee, Doherty. ROCnll HOrsE AT rVWTlCKET. Grays Win Hard (in me from Tigers' by the Score of 2 to 0. In one of the fastest as well as the roughest games ever seen in Pawtucket Providence took the meas ure of the Tigers Saturday night. 2 to 0. after forfeiting a goal on fouls. The summary: Providence. Pawtucket. Thompson Cunningham First rush. FOR SEASON OF 1907.-8 Huber Has Average of 209 for Home Games Johnson Leads In Four teen Scries, W ith 180.8. The records of the New Haven Inter state Bowling league for the season 1907-8, In their games at home and abroad are for the first time published below. Otto Huber rolled an average of 201.3 for twelve games. Charlie Johnson bowled forty-two games with an average of 180.8. The averages of the New Haven bowlers follow: (Games at home), Beecher, 1S2.1; A. Swift, 180.9; Morgan, 158; Shipper, 176; Johnson, 180.4; Beck er, 182.8; E. Swift, 173.3; Collett. 175.1; Janswlck, 192.2; Huber, 199.1; Weber, 103.14. Games abroad Beecher, 182.1; A. Swift, 180.9; Morgan, 172 2; Shipper, 182.2; Johnson, 179.15; Becker, 180.3; B. Swift, 164.8; Collett, 185.1; Janswlck, 181.3; Huber, 209.3; Weber, 176.4. New Haven used sixteen men when all of the bowlers rolled ' away from home, while Beecher, A. Swift, Morgan, Schiffer, Johnson, Becker, E. Swift, Collett, Janswlck, Huber and Weber rolled at home. The local bowlers won fourteen games and lost twenty-eight ln their series. The totals of each man and his averages, home and abroad, follow. -GAMES PLAYED- HOPKIXS FIVE WIN. The Hopkins grammar school bas ketball teavi Saturday defeated the Black Haii school five by the score of 31 t 14. McGilvray Hardy ... Doherty . Mallory . . Second rush. Puggan, Center. Halfback. ..Wodtke Mansfield .Cameron . . . .Pence G.' Beecher 15 Goal. Score Providence 2, Pawtucket 0; rushes. Thompson 2. Cunningham 2; goals, Thompson 3; stops, Mallory 35, Pence 21; fouls. Hardy 2, Doherty, Cameron 2. Referee, Kilgara. Timer, O'Brien. , . Swift, A.. Morgan . , Shipper . . Johnson . Becker . . Swift. L. . Welch . . . Watt . ... Jacobsori Moeller . . Miller . . . McAullffe Collett .. Janswick Huber .. Weber . . 30 9 I 42 23 21 3 3 6 3 t O 3 9 12 12 9 H. A. H. Tr. N.A. Br. 527 547 ... 515 534 560 474 ... 474 544 ... 160 534 552 516 .... 543 370 ... 483 441 A. H. N.B. N.B. 538 ... 542 H. J.C. 587 569 A. Tr. 579 H. N.Y. 698 572 A. H. A. A. H. A. Br. N.Y. Eliz. N.Y. Eliz. J.C. Total, Average. 565 618 533 499 512 558 549 559 652 666 582 603 658 661. 592 505 621 535 514 448 629 654 ... 601 693 ... 548 652 649 628 579 444 482 488 530 . 524 656 ... , 598 ... 655 561 634 577 ... 623 579 634 ... 598 ... 546 ... 514 2812 2740 2504 2S57 2106 2774 27S" 2816 2797 5536 1466 1252 7568 417S 3579 558 649 1019 482 486 537 1610 2248 2413 1658 37924 42 2594 2659 2471 2651 2757 289 A. Abroad. H. Home. Games won, 14; games lost, 28. Average, .333. High team single, New Haven, 1079; high individual single, Weber, 235; high three strings, Huber, 624. dependents' team average, 936; old team, &98. 186.7 184.10 162.8 178.6 180.8 181 10 170.9 188 183 169.5 160.2 162 179 184 187.4 201.2 184.2 902.40 In-