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MORNING JOURNAL-COUBIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
23, 1908. HO W NEW HAVEN HANDLED GAME Police, Trolley and Steam Road Facilities Tested to Limit . and Found Equal to Emergency. TRAFFIC WELL CONTROLLED Police Keep Street In Good Condition, Despite Throng of Vehicles Trolley Service Itcst Kvcr Snine Tnio of Trains. Football day, the day of the great est game of the year on the Yale cal endar, la the hardest day the New Ha ven poltre department runs against I" the entire year for besides attending to the many duties for which the de partment Is used on the other 351 days of the year there la the hup; Increment of work that the advent of some liO.OOO persons to town In all aorta of vehi cles and all bound for one spot at one time brings about. The New Haven police did well Inst Saturday in their 1'iandtlngr of the crow It Is probably true, a one Yale man said Saturday, that the polli'e arrangements thU year were the best they have ever been. Chapel street was admirably cleared from vehicular traffic which left It free for the passage of podextrlans nnjl for the more rapid movement of trolley j numbered the Paw-tucket and Bridge cars which was taken full advantage of ; port teams. The games were wmi by the trolley company. While there ' mainly through the faM team work of was a steady line of aulos wljli some uir first rush, Warner and his team carriages passing out F.lm street for. mate lii.ne, who are about now strlk hours there was nothing doing In the I ing their winning gate. Tonight's nuto line In Chapel street except the passage of the cars and the now h of thousands ef those who thought it nest to walk. After the game was over the police also had flue control of vhe situ ation and Instead of nutos making It u. dangerous thing to move about Hie street there was nothing on wheels ex cept the cars In the street again dur ing the time the tnaor had the .Mrcet closed. The order was n splendid Im provement on conditions of other years. Teams and autos that attempt ed to get Into Chapel street through side streets were held up by the police j ann compelled on nor to turn hnoK or cross and the police held the traffic in fine control all the time saving pedes trians from being endangered by cross ing hetween teams and antes. When the people were crossing the teams were held tip and when the officer mo tioned for auto or team to cross then .only did they get across. The police were somewhat late In getting onto their jobs for the after noon as the parting Instruction about traffic regulations that were read to them held them overtime. This did not prevent them from grasping the .situa tion at once when they arrived on the spot. There were no auto accidents, delays were well avoided and every thing went off a smoothly as could he hoped for. In the evening there were police de tails at. all the theaters but while the crowds were noisy they gave the police! Fall River. little troubld and there were no out-j Friday - Fall River at New Haven, 'break of a serious nature. At the I Pnturday- New Haven at New p.t l fleld the 62 officers took care of their! lain; Brldirenort at Providence; Wor- ' work In fine shape. The trolley arrangments were ahont . as Ideal as could bo. The Connecticut . company through the able management of General Manager Punderford and Buperlntondent ,Tudg In person coped with the throngs In fine style and kept 1helr cars moving excellently. Fully 40,000 people were carried to and from the game without, accident and In fine time. In fact the time made by the cars out to the field carrying th hulk of the traffic In one-last hour was so fine that no one allowing even scant, time was forced to miss part of the game because of any trolley trouble. Even at the biggest crush the cars were moving (deadlly forward and the fact that they did not have to pause for traffic In Chapel street helped greatly. There were 150 cars doing service to the field and back. Of these of course the main supply was open cars but the heautiful weather made these more ac ceptable than the closed car. Cars were run direct from many different points In the city to the field so that. It was not necessary on coming from populous sections to change In the crowd at tho center and possibly lose cars. Besides the local lines cars, there were eight long cars from Wa terbury, eight from Bridgeport and six from Derby. After the game too the cars did fine . oervlce. There wa a seemingly end less string of cars' waiting for the crowd and despite the mass that pour ed out of the field the car service was not swamped. While many people walked In from the field, the car.s were kept moving and s close together that physical conditions would have allow ed no more efficient service. The trol ley company had emergency men and . apparatus for repairs In ease of sud den breaks ruhlch so unexpectedly cripple the most, carefully planned ser vice and they were kept, on duty until the crush wus over. The poorest arrangements of the day were those made for entering Yale ' field. Naturally the mass of ticket holders arrived' In the last half hour before play began and the two en trances to the field were so completely choked with the crowd that the spec tators trying to gt. In were held up In discomfort and almost. In actual dan ger of Injury' through crushing for about a quarter of an hour while just making the few yards from the outside of the stands to the Inside. More en trance are an imperative necessity and as It was hundreds of spectators missed the first, part of the game be cause although they arrived nt; the field In ample time to get seated be fore play began they could not get. In until after a long wait at, the mouth of the field. At the railroad etatlon fine arrange menu were made and the 3fi extra, trains that were dispatched were pent off In fine style. Kvery car of eueli train had three signs displayed prom inently In the windows stating where the train was going and where It would top and the trains were sent off al most on the dot of the time advertised. Although there wore huge crowds at the station they were handled In good shape and there was no trouble here either, 1 PROYIDENCE HERE B6neyards Will Attempt to Land Much-Needed Game from Fast Quintet To-night. BRIDGEPORT THANKSGIVING Park Citv Tcnm, Now lij;-.t!!i, Tillo lo Second rince, to Ho Atlrnc llon Here In Afternoon. The local polo quintet tackles the strong f'rovldcncc aggregation tonight end will endeavor to wrest a much ; needed game from them. The Bone i yards have been putting up a fast ex hibition of late and a.s Bridgeport is i now tied with them for second position I In li.nfii.1 ul .11, ,1 1 ,, 1,,,M, I.hur i.tilv a few points behind the PawtiieKet bunch who now seem to he slumping, a slashing game nf polo will undoubted ly he handed to the fans. ! Last week the locals walked away with two games out of a scheduled three among their competitors being game nicjht to provide seme mo-o of that :,ei.-al lOll.ll order nf polo with wh'-h the game here Frldnv night id ,; , 1 n sidling in a victory for the home team. The Bono ards have five games scheduled for the coming week and the right to second place will undoubtedly he decided as thev play Bridgeport twice mi Thanksgivlne day when at ! the Qiilnnipiae rink the park city ag gregation appears and In the evening ' when the locals travel to Bridgeport . ' (in Friday night the Fall lllver tlve I win p. present and that really might ! to gie us another victory. The wind- j up of the week will i ur when ijrnrgo j takes Pis team up to the Bank Wreck- Ing town and that match certainly "ill ' be Mire It' Warner and the wily ilc.irgo ) get Into the game as In the past. The full schedule for the week follows: Polo Schedule fr the week - Monday-Providence at New Haven; j Pawtucket at New Britain; Worcester ', at. Bridgeport. j Tuesday Brockton at Pan-tucket: j New Britain at Fall River. Wednesday- fa wt ticket at Brockton; j New Britain at Providence. Thursday (afternoon) Bridgeport at j New Haven; Worcester at New P.rl-j tain; Fall River at Pawtucket; Brock ton at Providence. i I Thursday (ovenlngV-Ncw Haven at 1 Bridgeport; Worcester at New Britain; pawtucket at Providence; Brockton at cester at Pawtucket; Brockton. Fall River at sTriiiY's mi- ni:sn;rs. Bridgeport Trim New Britain 1,cnguc lenders Hcntcn. N ATION" Mi ltlU) I.F.V.1 I .; (Official.) Won. 14 ?. 1 i .' ! Lost. p.e. mi . i :i j .loo 4 50 rawtuckef. . Vow Hnven. Bridgeport . Fall River . . Provld ence . New Britain. Brockton . . S S 11 K 1(i Worcester . . New Britain, Nov. 2?. The superior defense work of the Voiine team saved New Britain from a worse defeat at roller polo last night at the hands of the fa-t Bridgeport team. Huberts on tho rush line for the visitors played a swift game, caging two of hi three j goals In less than one minnie eacn time. As It was Bridgeport won by the score nf fi lo 4. Harper at goal did good work. Holdeniess, the New Britain halfback, was weak. I.lneup: New Ttritnln. Bridgeport Dugan First Rush. Harkins Roberts Second Rush. Jean Canavnn Center. HolderncfS Carrigan Halfback. Pence Harper Goal. Flr&t Period. No score. Second Period. Won by. Caged by. Time. New Britain Jean. 16:0 Bridgeport Can A van. 2:05 Bridgeport Iewls. 4:0:1 Bridgeport Roberts. :14 Bridgeport Roberts. ilrt Third Period. New Britain . ..Duggan. .Hark Ins. , Roberts. .Cannva.n. , .Jean. 7:33 & : 4 5 1 .05 2:08 :1 Britain 4. 4. Stops, New Britain. . Bridgeport Bridgeport. . . New Britain . . Score: Bridgeport 6, New- Rushes, Duggan fh Lewis. Pence 35, Harper f3. Foul, ties. Referee, Leahy. Timer molt. Attendance, 1,000. llohler-McDer- Otb.er (nmcs. At Worcester Worcester 10, Brock top . At Fawtue.ket- Fall River fi, Paw tucket 8. HFA'GALS )HiM!UF,). The Pa.stlmc Football eleven under the leadership of Charles Dougherty 'humbled the Bengal tu a. rough and tumble match yesterday afternoon at Pratt's fleld by a score of 24-0. Big low of tne victor wa the Individual star The patlnie would like to arrange games with any 160 pounds team In the city, and are willing to put up a substantial side bet, on the out come. Send all challenges to James Keegnn, 00 H alloc street. Marathon Champion Hayes and Dorando r f - h - 1ft jI k A' - ;',''i"; i l ,.'T . frs ; I ;, i.. . 1 Ek L- aft- i I LJ-J.Vil fas-tjs 1 r. I ,. m This Illustration shows .Tohn .T. Hayes the American Marathon champion, and Iiorando, the Italian who was his pluckiest competitor In the Olympic games, as they appeared In training for their New York race. Iiorando canie to this country expressly to challenge Hayes, and the race was arranged to lake place In Madison Square Harden, New York, on November C5. The win ner will receive a large percentage, of th" gale receipts. Hayes met the Ital ian runner at the Hoffman House, where the articles were signed. One of the accompcnylng photographa shows Hayes erecting bin rival on that occa sion. HARVARD DOES THE SNAKE DANCE1 j For First Time in Decade Stu-: dents from Cambridge Per form Athletic Feat on Yale Gridiron. ELIS NEEDED QUARTERBACK Coy I'scd Too .Much for Rushing I lip First Half Only War of the Second f ield t.oal Wins. in The Vale football team Saturday ended a. season which has been marked by the wrecking of the best material the university has hud In years, by losing by a. 1 to 0 score at the hands of Harvard. For the first time In a decade the Harvard undergraduates did the snake dance on Yah- Held, and the '. redeeinillK feature of the whole aft. i''.n was the way the Vale stands remained cheering Its defeated team for fifteen minutes after both team had left the field. This cheering and singing showed that. Yale really does know how to back a losing team, a thing which the university seldom has to do. F.very man on the Yale team was cheered, every coach, and then "Bright College Years" was sung. Princeton often does this, singing "Old Nassau" when Its team Is losing, but Yale never did It bcfire. The cheering was so marked that, finally tho Har vard celobrants stopped In the snake dance and faced the Yale stnndR, cheering the defeated team. Kenmird's goal from tho field was the only score of the day. Outside of that tho playing was about equal. They are going to erect a statue to Kennard on the Harvard campus nnd even President Eliot Is expected to congratulate him. F.veryono knows the way the game, progressed. Yale kept tho ball In Harvard territory most of tho time and did well as long as the players stuck to old fashioned football. As soon as the onside kick and forward pass were tried the balloon went. up. Threo times Yale had a. chance to score, but poor generalship counteracted the best ef forls of the players. The Yalo line hold, as everyone ex pected It would, even against Fish. Hohhs played Fish and the two had a buttle royal. The Harvard ends were superior lo Yale's. Coy, probably under orders, heeled every punt Instead of running them hack. This Joat lerrilory for Vale In nearly every Instance, phllhln and Wheaton played ordinarily good games.. Fred Daly wan the best of the half backs, though he was not put in until the ' ootid half He then made some magnilleent gains, but. the Yale leant thoroughly demoralized, managed I'1 lofic. every time that Daly gained. Yale used Coy to much In the (Ut half Ho made about twelve rushes, and If ho was not an extraordinary player he would have bail no strength left in the second half. He kfpt up Ready for Their ureal FL well all through the game. In spite of his strenuous work at. Princeton last week. Corey and Johnson did their best, j but showed lark of coaching. Corey was very good on secondary defense but did not run the team with the spied he generally does. Johnson was not so "0fi '"""v nnf1 T!"' J0"0 Rl"1 I'lnes, were woefully mlsseu. The forward puss was tried, but there was no one like Kllpaf rick to take It, or to take the onside kh k. With or dinary luck some of the' y.ile onside kicks would have been successful, but ) tho proverbial Yale lack was nowhere j to be Seen aturriav, Kvery onside kick lr"" ni"' 't". pass which i was successful was declared Illegal, j .( p,.als of the game were fair and unprejudiced and Hill F.dward did much better thnn whs expected. One of the men behind the Vale team I to l,o congratulated. That Is John Mack. He sent onto the field an eleven In first-class condition. While there were faults In the coaching there were none In the training. The lineup and summary: Yule. Harvard. I 'gin Brown Ift End. Hobbs iMcKay Left Tackle. Andrus Wlthltigton West, Txinlnp lft Ouard. Riddle, Cooney ..; Nmirse Center, (loebel Hoar Right Ouard. Brides Fish Right Tackle. Burch, Haines, Corey Crowley Right Knd. Johnson Cutler Qualerhack. .Phllhln , .Hprague, Leslie, Corbett, Left Halfback. "Wheaton, Italy hlte Right halfback. Coy Kennard, Smith, Ver Welbe Fullback. (ioal from field, Kennard; referee, W. . Iingford; umpire, W. II. F.dwards, Princeton; held Judge, K. K. Hall. Dartmouth; head linesman, II. D. Haekett, P". g. A. (West Point); time of halves, 35 minutes. SATURDAY'S RF.SCLTS. Harvard 4, Yale 0. Chicago is, Wisconsin 12. .Indiana. :10, Purdue 4. Kansas 1 0, Iowa 5. tlrlnnell 12, Cornell of Iowa II Illinois fit, Norlhacstcrn S. Amherst. 4, William 0. . Tufts (1, M. A. C: (.. Michigan 4. Syracuse 2S. Cornell 1. Trinity fi. Nav.y 15, Virginia Poly. 4 Fonlha'in 22, Reivselaor I' Buektiell 17, I'rslims 1.1. Army 25, Villa, Nova. o. Philadelphia, C, High 15, I. 11 Brook l.l n n, Penns1nln. freshmen IS, Com freshmen 0. Lehigh It. La ravel If. r, Washington and Jefferson Wayneshiirg 0. Case SO,". Carnegie Tech. 0. 1, For reliable publication of Sporting News send your communications to the Sport ing Editor of Journal-Courier, I'.' -n 7fIF Lbfefejiiil. ... ( ' American Race THIS Y FA It'S WIVXI'JtS IN II A It V A U I -Y A IF. M KF.TS Hnskctball Y'nln H. A. A. relay mcp Yale Hockey Yulo Fencing Yulo Soccer Yule Shooting Yillo Tr.-ii'lt and field Ynlo Tennis i Harvard Baseball .". Harvard Cross-country Harvard Font tin II , , , . .Harvard I lout race Harvard Yale htm won Dm majority of the events, but llnrvnrd hns taken Iho most Important ones. SPXRTANS STIU I-F,AI. Hoiid R. n. . M. C. A. Ion-xne Schlcgcl Individual Star. At the end nf the sixth week of bowling In tho R R. Y. M. C. A. league the Spartan, closely followed by the Amsterdam, lead. Schlegel Is the Individual star with an average of 1R:I il. The records of tho league follows; Team Standing. Won. lost. p.c. 1. Spartan 12 9 ' .571 !i. Amsterdam ... 10 ft ,555 3. Corsairs 11 10 .523 4. Pirates II 10 .523 5. Pippins S 10 .414 fi. Qiilnnipiae . . 7 14 .277 Individual Averages, Total. Ave. Mks. 1. Schlegel . . 3.'!(Hi IJi.'l.li I 15 2. Schecher . 3273 1 8 1. 151 3. Manslleld . 2IS5 1S2. 194 I. Porto 3(171 174. 1(13 5. Coghlnn... 353!) HIS. 5 151 0. Moran 2503 HHI.S 104 7. Seit.ingcr . 3171 15.2 LP! S. CrlfThi 292'! f,2.5 10 1 !). Warley . . . 3352 1 59.(1 1 42 10. Lee 3297 150.3 13S 11. Riley 2S54 15S.4 119 12. Mcintosh .. 23 4 1 1 BH.2 99 13. Connelly . . 27fl 153.H 110 14. R. Russell. 275H 153,1 105 15. Maroslte .. 3203 1 52.5 1 31 lfi. Robinson . 319.1 151.9 123 17. Jaeob.son .. 272S 151.5 HI IS. Parmalee . 272X 1 5 1.5 109 19. C. Brnugh.. 2H79 1 1S.S 111 20. Larklns .. . 30S5 1 4H.il 113 21. Jackson ... 21 17 14 1.1 S3 22. Dennlnger 2ii!7 139.7 30 23. Siege 1 SR7 1 35.5 72 24. L. Brongh. son 133.H 75 25. Haft 23S3 132.9 90 2. Hughes . . . 237 1 13 1.7 8S 27. J. Coffey . . 2H3I I 25.4 9 1 2s, Kincrson . I ss:!:' 121.1 lid 29. M. Coffey. . 1 S54 I 23. rt 112 .10. J. Russell.. 1S53 102.8 52 High single, Scheclmr, 235. High three strings, Cclilegel, K02. Boiler Skating, Quinnipiac Hint TUEDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, OPENING NIGHT MUSIC BY THE $4,000 ORGAN. Skating every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Afternoon and Evening. ANNEX TEAM WINS Local Football Eleven Snatches Victory from All-Brooklyns of Waterbury. CONNELLY STAR OF GAME New Jlnven Quiirterl)nck Scores All Nino Points Runs Length of Field for Touchdown. (Special lo Hie Journal-Courier.) Waterbury, Nov. 22. After clearly outplaying their opponents In every stage of the game during tho llr.st half the All-Brooklyn football team was humbled In the second half by the Annex team of New Haven, by a score of I) to li In which Connelly proved himself the hero of the game. The fast quarterback of the visiting ham was the whole front back and inalnstap of the victors and was re sponsible for the whole nine points with which they won the game. At the opening. of the second half he caught, tho kick-off on his own IB yard line and aided by fine Interfer aneo of the part of Zlmow'skt ran the whole length nf Hie field for a touch down. Again In the second half when the New Haveners had landed the ball on the home team's 25-yard line he was called behind the line and from that position kicked a very difficult goal. The local team did all their scoring In the first half when by straight for ward line bucking they rushed the hall from their own :!0-yard line down the Held, scoring their first and only touchdown. The team was exceed ingly slow In getting the ball Into play and Is evidenced by the fact that it took them fourteen minutes, during which time they had the ball' all to themselves, and In which they tried leii n slncle kick which they after wards recovered to place the ball be hind the goal posts. The New- Haven team wrs unable to gain when attempting tho home team's line which was moved but slightly over ten yards by them dur ing the whole game. This gain was made In the second half after Con-, nelly's sensational run when they were given the ball on the kick-oft land started rushing. The climax ot the game came when after tho visitors had successfully worked a forward pass for twenty-five yards Connelly was called back and with but ft minute and a half to play kicked hi goal. The teams lined up as follows: Annex. All-Brooklyn. Splnlne Rooney Left end. c.reenberg, Duffey Beardsley Left tackle. , Lundregrn ....Brandt Left guard. Roth '. Parella Center. CrIii Cronan, Buckley Right gunrd. 'turpby Mahaney Right tackle. Alderman Mert, Ghent Right end. Connelly Oh..ent, Braney Quarterback. Zlmowskl Dunning, Brynes Left halfback. Kapltsky Ashmore Right halfback, Orlffln, Greenberg Hayes, Noland Fullback. Referee, Cnss; umpire, Buckley; linesmen, Breedman and Beck with; timers, O'Rrlon and Tucker; time of halves, twenty and fifteen minutes. HKillAVOOn F,A(5I;F,S WIN AGAIN. Tho Hlghwood Kagles kept up their winning streak by defeating the Sun shine Ai C, at the Hlghwood gridiron yesterday afternoon by a score nf 20 to 0 in a one sided contest. Tho feat ures of the game were the line piling. Ing of Anderson, Hazcltnn and Rogers ami the bn run of Molle of the Kagles. Quarterback Donnelly play ed hi UHual flue game, The lineup for the Kagles was: Left end, Molle and Haeltnn; left tackle, Morgen- stern, captain; left guard, Masse; ecu ter, Kllng; right guard, Butler; right tackle, Severlnc, right end, Wood cock: right halfback, Hazelton nnd Mnlln; left halfback, Anderson; full back, Rogers! quarterback, Donnely Summary: Touchdowns, Anderson 2 Rogers 2, Moll" 1. Referee, Bassett Umpire. Vlsel. Timekeepers, Lyner and Pace, Goal kicked, Woodcock 1 TIOMKSTKADS VU TORTOIJS, ftS-O. The Homestead football team trav eled to Mt. Carmol ye.'iterday after noon and there defeated tho Mt. Car. mel team by a score of 35 to 0. Cur rie and Genshaur each scored three touchdowns, while O'Keefe was also pushed over the goal lino. The line up of the victors follows: Left end, Currle; left tackle, O'ICeefo; left guard, itnrvey; center, Plohm; right guard, McMahon; right tackle, Kerr; right end, Lyke; quarterback, Bart; left halfback, Hanranhan; right, half hack, Gensbauer; fullback, Loefstedt. On Thanksgiving day the Home steads play the West Hide of Derby and on Sunday they would like to meet t'Vie Monarch, SCORE ELEVEN GOALS New Haven Caledonians Shut Out Shelton in Soccer Con test at Lighthouse. HAVE WON EVERY GAME IjcikI Ansonln by Four Points Nau gatuck Pefenls RridRoport nnd Ansonia Whips Merlden. SOCfKR IiEAGt'F, STANDING W. New Haven 6 Ansonia 4 MeVlden 2 Hridgcport . . ... . . 1 Nuugatuck 'i Bholton 1 D. 0 0 Pt. la 8 o 4 4 The New Haven Caledonian, soccer team scored another decisive victory yesterday against Shelton and added two more points to their league stand ing. Over BOO people, went down to Lighthouso Point In the hope of see ing a good game. The Shelton, how ever, proved no match for the local eleven and the game was of a one sided nature. It was nothing short of a practlco game for the. New Haven aggregation who played rings around the strangers during both the first and second periods, With the exception of Shanks every member of the New Haven players scored a goal, the final result being 11 goals .to 0. The fol lowing Is the line-up of tho teams. New Haven. Shelton. Shanks Throp Goal. Miller Dunbar Back. Black, (Capt.) Bowden Back. Coull Throps Half hack. Smith Smith Halfback. Fraser Lee Halfback. Clark Hosier Forward. Thompson Williams Forward. Steven .Smith Forward. Valentine Johnson Forward. Ros Rolllnson Forward. Score, New Haven 11, Shelton Oj referee, Falrw eather of Aiisonla linesman, Rldd for New Haven. Bridgeport ts. Nnngatnck. . . (Special to hs Journnl-Courler.) Naugatuck, Nov. 22. NaugatuclC soccer team sprang a surprise on the Bridgeport team here to-day when they defeated them by six goals, to four. The game was fast and stub bornly fought by both sides. Bridge port played the more ecentlflo .hall of the two, but were less fortunate than the locals In getting the leather be tween the posts. Towards the en4 the teams Indulged In rough tactlos which somewhat spoiled Bridgeport's chances for equalizing;. The line-up and scores Naugatuck. Bridgeport, Simmons ... McQulIton Goal. , Price Harding Back. Marsden-. Barrows Back. Woodfleld' . Hogs. Halfback. Connors Pennington Halfback. Williams Tcnnent Halfback. , Bolt Japp . Forward. Malone Wrylesworth Forward. Bsrtloy , Ward Forward. Williams ........... A. Cunningham Forward. Wlndybank ......... R. Cunningham Forward. Score, Bridgeport 4, Naugatuck 6 referee, Barry, New Haven. Ansonln vs. MorldrTi. (Special to the .Iniirniil-Cnnrler.) Ansonia, Nov. 22. In the soccer league series the Merlden team went down to defeat before the local eleven by four goals to three. Both teams played a splendid game. Sub-Editor Here's a correspondent wants to know how long girls should be courted." KdltorTcll li tin Just the same as short girls. Boston Transcript, POLO TO-NIGHT, Providence vs. New Haven. IJIUNNIPIAO KINK. Game Called 8:45, Tickets on Sale nt 1inihcr's Cigar Store, 8110 Chapel Street. THQMAS-DEMUir rcn anTViaSS-il W. A. Alaynard, agent, 68 Gilbert ave nue; 'phoiiB 87I.-S. The Ford Auto Agency,. ti Tiir rnnn' I tlC fUriU. Temple Ht. WHITE STEAM CARS Phone 3608 White Ciurage. 66 State Street. FRANKLIN & STEVENS DURYEA I 07-110 Oofto sircut. Cowles 1 The Hoi- coniD (Jo., Cowles Toimau. BUICK ft S1UDEBAKER . Cowles Tolnian. Vinnnnit CI cm Bin QnH PAflll I Af! 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