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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908.
7 MONARCHS WIN 10-0 defeat Woodsidcs of Ansonia at Bishop Lot Before a Large Crowd. FOR THE CAGE. Bpfnr on of t.h lnrgeHt rrowrts ivver seen on th Bishop lot th Monarch I of this city iWen.tPrt the strong Wood- flldos of Ansonia, by a wore of 10-0 yenterday afternoon. Thn Monnrcha Fecurnd their flrot. soor In the first linlf wren Brliikmnn rlrnppprl hni'k aftpr th victors had pns.!t;;on or tho ball on their nppnnnnts as-yarrt line and klek eil a pretty drop whlnh wont right through the posts. No more ."coring was donfl In this half. Ii thn second half Pcro of thn out-of-town team klckrnl oft to fnly who was callnd oft slds on hla forty-yard line. After some straight foothall Willis was given thn ball and on a criss-cross play broke thrmiKh thn Woodslde' Una find ran fifty yards for a touchdown. Kroll kicked a neat goal. After this both teams alternated In rushing tho ball tho Monarch finally landing on their opponents 30-yard line from which Brlnkman again tried a field goal but was unable to place It between the bars owing to the strong wind. Then the visitor tok r brace and starled down the field for the Mon arch!? goal but were stopped on the 15 yard line. The game ended with the hall In the center of the field. The teams lined up as follows: Monurrhs, Woodsldes, (.'rustle 1 Olendon Center. i 'row Comers Loft guard. Griflar Henehan Klshl guard. AVhlte Munger Left tacklp. r.rlnkman Ppnnnhnrmer Right lackle. Kroll Tero. Left end. ' ifanlty I'ittls Right end. Haley, Capt Carle Quarterback. fwanson Hennlsey Kullhnek. (ilooon Walton Right halfback. Villl3 Harlahan Left halfback, .n'ore, Mnnnrchs 10, Wondsldes 0; ref eree, Klarman; umpire, Welch; timer, Clarkaon New Haven and Summers, Ansonia. The Mnnarchs play the Kighwood Kaglcs on Thanksgiving morning at cither Yale field or linker's lot and would like to arrange a game with tho Quakers for next Sunday. Address all challenges to J. Lawlor, 27 James etreet. Providence to-night, and everybody out for a good time. At the rate the local team Is playing now It ought to land the match easily. Fall River took a fall out. of the league leaders .Saturday night. Here's hoping New Britain does the same to night. PANIC FOLLOWS STEAMER CRASH SHRUBB AND SMALLWOOD Ai I HEY WILL APPEAR IN THEIR BIG RACE That Bridgeport bunch still holds th contention that It has as much right to sci imd place as we have. The results on Thanksgiving nv will show. The standing of the clubs in the league as published In to-day's Issue of the Journal-Courier Is absolutely correct, having been received at this office last evening from J. W. Fyne, secretary of the league, This ought to end the continued discussion with which the state papers have been bur dened 'of late, Attendance at games In the Massa chusetts cities Is great. The people have taken hold with a vengeance and the players are pleased because they can see a revival of the game In that section, which means that polo Is go ing to live for all time, Lincoln Is a wonder at getting away from the cage for the ball, but he Is nut so wonderful after the ball Is In play, He misses too many chances to cage the ball. Still, the Hrwrkton man agement ought to have kept Lincoln, as his services may be required before the season ends. There are very few goal tends that have It on our boy Sutton for stopping the -sphere. He soon will be heading the league. Wonder If George Pvie has recov ered from his surprise of Friday night when he caged the final and deciding goal of the game after a drive the length of the rink. Some more of that and t',eorge will have no equal in caging goals. Lives of 500 Passengers of Fishing: Vessel Imperilled When Ship Is Rammed in a Fog. IN NEW YORK HARBOR 35(1 People CUml) Over Wreckage In Safety on Deck nf Krult Strum cr Captain's Wit Saves Many. The Bank Wreckers played nil around Bridgeport Saturday night, but were unable to get the ball past Har per. looking von games. The Junto basketball live of New York would like to hear from some fast Connecticut team for a game either on 1'iereniher 31 or January 1. Address J. I'. Malloy, manager. Cltl West Twenty-seventh street, New York city. CORNELL 20, TRINITY A, Ithaca, N. Y Nov, 22. T'mpire Kvans, of Yale, wired Coach Hallday to-day that the score of the Cornell Trinity football game here on Saturday was Cornell 20, Trinity fi, Cornell hav ing been allowed a touohback In the second half which no one seemed to comprehend. The scoto given at the close of the game yesterday was Cor nell IS, Trinity fi. The Oermsin team of ltanbury would like to hear from any 1 10-pound team In the state. Address Frank Schneider, manager, 4 5 West Wooster street, Panbury. (Ansonia Sentinel.) It Is evident from this, that while thn governor Is well paid and while hit natural stnt expenses are well pro- j vlded fni. tlii-ro Is nothing in the In i eome prnvlfled by th" state to warrant any such expenditure as has been made, i Honor, then, must he the thing snuirht, ! and at last we hnvo ihe value of honor ! reduced t'i dollars and ienls. New York, Nov. 22. The lives ot more than liM persons were Imperilled to-day when the fruit steamer Admiral Dewey, Inward bound from Jamaica, ran Into the steamer iMounl Desert, outward bound from Bay Illdge for the fishing banks. The Admiral Dewey, coming suddenly out of a fog hank, struck the Mount Desert almost amid ships ft haft the paddlobox, opeslng a gash In the fishing vessel which ex tended from the upper deck to the wa ter's edge. There were tr0 passengers, including twenty women and six children, on the Mount peeert, and the Admiral Dewey carried forty-five passengers, nearly all of whom were postal clerks returning from a trip to Kingston. Jamaica. There were also the crews of the two steamers. Panic Immediately followed the col lision and It was due to Captain David son, of the Admiral Dewey, that a catastrophe was averted, for the pas sengers on the fishing steamer began piling over the guardrails of that ves sel and jumped to the deck of the Ad miral Dewey. Dad he back' d his steamer away they would have fallen Into the water. Captain Davidson sig nalled the engine room to keep thn steamer moving slowly ahead and this kept the sharp prow of the steamer In the rent that had been mad" and af forded safety for the frightened pas sengers of the Mount Desert. Thus the two steamers moved slow ly toward the east bank of the lower lmy while'a wild scene was occurring mi, the decks It was believed the Mount ivs'i-t would sink and the passi-nge.s fought frantically to get to th- derk of the Admiral Dewey. Many of the women on the fishing steamer fainted. The children ran about the dei l erjlnjs and men battled with each other to reach the steamer's derk. Above the uproar could be h-nte the voices of Captain Davidson o" tin Admiral Dewey and Captain 1!i . be of the Mount Desert, assuring t'v termr-strlckcn people that there w us :u danger. A number of persons were slightly I injur, il In the stnmpediv .Men and j oni. n crowded in n the guardrails so rapidly that they trampled upon leach other. Capt. Cornelius ,, Hives j and Lieut. Samuel (",. Helton of th j city police department were pnssen I ge.s on the Admiral Dewey and It tint 1 " i rf 1 1 Y L CjP'C ' J 111'' 'V Due of the int. resting athletic events In professional circles on Thanks giving day will be the distance race at Philadelphia between Alfred Shrubh, the world's champion runner, and Percy Smnllwood. the Welsh champion. Shrubh. who Is an Kngllshman, Is one of the marvels of the athletic world. II" holds this remarkable string of records: Mile and a quarter, 6 minutes 4n 1-ii seconds; mile and a half. S minutes 47 3.5 seconds; two miles, 9 minutes ! 3-5 seconds; three miles. 14 minutes 17 3-5 seconds; four miles, I l minutes ??, X-4 seconds; five miles, 24 minutes 32 2-5 seconds; six miles, I'M minutes ifi 2-5 seconds; seven m'les, 35 minutes 4 .1-5 seconds; eight miles, in minutes lfi seconds; nine miles, 45 minutes 27 "-R seconds; ten miles, ,Mi minutes 4a seconds; eleven miles, fiS minutes 23 2-5 seconds; 1 hour, 1 1 mil"s 1.137 yards. Sin THOMAS OFFERS t I P. Valuable Prl.e in Corinthian V. (', of .Marble head. Huston, Nov. 22. Sir Thomas Lip ton, to encourage the racing of yachts of the 27 foot class, to be bul'lt for Massachusetts Pay waters, has offered the Corinthian Yacht club of Marble head, a silver cup, to be valued at $1,000. The offer grew out of the awarding of the Upton cup for the 22-ratlng class, which, won the past season by the Klcnnur, owner, Francis W. Fabyan, after having been raced for three years. Sir Thomas was well pleased with the qunllly of tho sport In the races for this cup, and a new cla.-is was being talked up, to succeed the 22-fouters, his Interest was easily enlisted In Its behalf. The llrst pro posal that some largo cup be offered for the new class, came from licorge Owen, the yacht designer. This was made to a Boston yachtsman In touch with Sir Thomas, and met with an Im mediate response, Sir Thomas cabled that he would he. delighted to offer such a cup, 11 ml would leave It to his correspondent, as to what club should have It. The cup was offered to the Corin thian Yacht cluli, and accepted by Commodore Henry A. Morse. The conditions are that the class shall start with fixe boats, built to conform to the scantling and cabin re Ftrlctiuns of the yacht racing associa tion of Massachusetts, H Is for sloops of the 27rfoot. class, or whatever class may represent It. The cup will become the property of the owner winning throe champion ships In the class, In all open races In Massachusetts Buy. The boats must, be sailed by amateur helmsmen. The races to count for championships are those of thn Corlnthin.11 and Eastern Yacht clubs, and the Yacht Racing association of Massachusetts. imiVKUS WARNED. WITH THE BOWLERS James Watt of Ihu Bridgeport team, now heads the slate league bowlers. During the past week he succeeded In ousting Churlle Johnson from the lend. The local pin splitter, however, hUll holds the high single record with 2R9 and we predict that It won't be long before he will again head the lead. Yost of the Merlrlen aggregation, has dropped from third position to eighth In the race. Huber outhowled Weber during the week and li now In third place. Looks as If tlii) "Big Chief" was also a possible candidate for leadership. The following games In the. leagus will be played to-morrow night; Hart ford at Bridgeport, Now Haven at. F.rlstol, Waterhury. at Meridon. was largely due to them that no one was seriously Injured. I'.elton rescued one woman who had been pushed from the deck of the Mount Desert ami was hanging by one hand to the shattered guardrail of the Mount Des- j ert, and he and Hayes stood at the prow of thn Admiral Dewey and pull- t ed the men and women to safety as1 they swarmed on the deck. In a brief fifteen minutes fuljv "50 of the passengers of the Mount Des ert reached the deck of the Dewey. By this time the Admiral Dewey hnd pushed the Mount Desert close to the east- bank. Thn former drew more water and Captain Davidson discover ed that his steamer was striking bot tom. Nearly all of Ihe inisspngers of the Mount Desert hud been transferred and t ho panic was subsiding, so cap tain lavhb-un signalled to the engines to strip and n few minutes later the bonis (l-lfterl iipnrt. Wrecking Iiik end other boats hnd been dii itched to the scene fl soon" as word of the accident reached Quarnniine And then New York. The Mount Desert was taken In tow, but later went under her own steam to Hhi'.Ii Brooklyn, where she docked to permit the rest of the passengers lo go ashore. She then went to the Morse rirvdock for repairs. Meantime the Admiral Dewey pro ceeded through the Narrows and up th." river to In r pier, where the passengers, Including those from the Mount Desert, were lauded. The Admiral fiewey Is In the service of the t'nlted Fruit com-pnny. As Waterhury took three games from that Brstol bunch, see no rea son why the, league leaders can't do the same. That match at Bridgeport will be a battle royal. Second place Is at stake. MeKlnstry of Hartford still lead! among the Nutmegs even though ha has dropped. He and Burr, his team mate, appear to have things thalr own way In the league standing, (lames In this league to-morrow follow: Bridgeport at Hartford, Mld dlctown at. New Haven, New Britain at Waterhury, Walllngford at Stamford. DR. GRF.M'F.LL TO SPKAK. It-. Wilfred T. Crenfell will give a talk on his missionary work In Labra dor this afternoon at 4:3n at the Dwlglit Place church, to which the public are cordially Invited. At 8 o'clock he will speak al Lampson hall to students of the university only, Dr, Crenfell comes here to solicit funds to complete the equipment of the Yale cot In the Battle Harbor hospital In Labrador. Auto Club Officials Take Measure to Prevent Serious. Accidents. Savannah, Ca., Nov. 22. Determined that there he no more serious accidents to mar the closing days nf tho practice period, the officials of thn Auto club of America, In charge of the light car and grand prize races have warned the more reckless of the foreign drivers that greater care must be exercised In the future. No practice trials of any .sort were permitted today and the course was crowded with touring cars and sightseers. !All Savannah Is rac ing mad. There were more than a score of arrests on the street vester. day for violation of the speed la w. Most of Ihe drivers of the light and cup cars will have their final practice spins tomorrow. Tuesday will he de voted to the last touches of eourse preparation and Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, eastern time, the light car eaee will he started. The gran( prize race on Thanksgiv ing day which, It Is declared will eclipse any road race ever held In this country and which will contain many of the world's most famous ears and drivers, will he started at 9 a. m. east ern time. Have to keep an eye on that Mld dletown team. May lose second place. (ieorgo Robert Kelsfy of the locals went up slightly during the past week. He Is lh first New Haven bowler In the league coming In on fourth pos ition. Nevertheless, there b chance for Improvement In his average. , The Turkish day begins exactly at sunset, and at that lime the Turk sets his clocks and watches en the hour of 12. In the City league to-night the Academy roll at the Tuxedo alley. Brooklyn Eastern leaguers at the Tuxedo alleys, Friday night. 1 DRF.ADNAVfiirrS CHALLENGE, Tho Dreadnaughts would like to ar range a game for Thanksgiving day with either the Rurekas or the Sachems. The Dreadnaughts line up follows; Wrlnn, right end;. Merseeo, right tackle; Wilson, right guard; Wright, center; Naples, left uard; Card, left tackle; Mansln, left end; Burrell, quarterback; Gorry, right halfback; Danban, left halfback; Tow er, fullback. Send all challenges to Daniel Gorry, fil Congress avenue. (South Norwalk Sentinel.) Query: How did "Scoop" O'Rrien con. duel an automobile campaign In his own' behalf, covering the whole of the state and stopping frequently at hotels, without spending a cent to aid In his own election. Though defeated politic ally. In other ways he has the oHir gubernatorial candidates beaten to a "frazzle." BY ELEC TRICITY i ;1 :. IP X ITlOMVt; BY I LIK IRK ITV lin become nil Im pnrtnnt foiHure of DOMI.STIC and IMH Sl'RI L work. 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