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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.
LOCALS UN AGAIN Eonoyard3 Take Exciting Game from Providence by the Score of 6 to 3. 1 TO CHOOSE CAPTAIN Present Season "Y" Men to Meet To-night to Elect New Leader. BONE AND GRIFFITH STAR COY GAINS MORE STRENGTH Second Hush luid Center of tlifl Homo Team All Over Floor Last Night. national polo iRAcrm. (Official.) Won. Lost. New TTaven J 3 7 Bridgeport 13 7 Pawtueket ........ 14 8 Fall River - 12 S Providence !) 9 Now nrltaln .10 11 Brockton B in Worcester B 17 p.e. .0.10 .050 .636 .00 .BOO .476 .250 .227 Guiiien To-night Brockton at Pawtueket. New Britain at Kail River. The local polo quintet advanced another etep towards first position In the National I'olo league Inst night, when It walloped Charlie Hardy's bunch from Providence In a fast and exciting contest at the Qnlnnlplac rink. As usual, Warner and Bono were all over the floor, nncl, despite Jilhn Mallory's englo eye and "barn door" nhinpads, they succeeded In driving some pretty (foals by the vis iting goal tend. Warner, however, did not show the form that he did on Friday night against the Pawtueket team. He was not as nctlvo when In the opposing territory as on previous occasions, which fact may be explained by the presence of Mr. Hardy, who at every chance that was afforded him appear ed anxious to take a fall out of our versatile first rush. For this reason Warner, whose record Is without a blemish thus far, kept nloof from the quarrelsome halfback. What W'nrnor lacked Bone and nrllllth made amends for, for the fierce drives and swinging stick of the Trovldenco book had no terror for the local men, who appeared willing to meet Mr. Hardy at the half-way mark, Paul Gardner, at halfback for the lo cals, was also a very busy man last night and was nil over when needed. He covered Menard, the visiting cen ter, so well that that player could do hut little. Tn fact, Paul was a little overanxious In bis endeavors to cover the Providence man, and a foul re sulted, the only one called on the home team during the game. The gnme started off "with a rush," Bone showing his old-time form. Hardy smashed the ball the length of the rink, after which the locals recov ered It and on a terrific bombardment of Mn.llory'a shins Hone succeeded In i aging the first goal of the evening. Warner got the second rush and drove the ball straight fur the Providence ponl. giving1 Mallory one of the hard est stops of the gnme. Warner then fOM I II"" PJ'liriC Kiel Cll ,"- rj, I . , , r..".r.i w ,, j down the rink managed to put the hall j by Mallory's "barn-doors" from a very j difficult angle. The third goal of the period was caged by Hardy. Providence came Into the game In j the second period with the determina tion of winning, and manngod to keep the hall out of Its goal for almost i fourteen minutes, during which time all of the players took a crack at slam ming It at the different goal tends, p.one caged the ball In a rally around the Pr evidence goal, but "Roaring Hod" would not allow It on the ground that Bono had used bis feet to too good advantage. Warner, however, caged the first goal of the period, and he was claaely followed by Bono, who put It In fifteen seconds afterwards. The third period was characterized by tbn advent of "Dutch" Pcblffer who earlier In the game had been seen skntlng around In a New Haven uni form. He took Warner's place, the lat ter being forced to retire with a broken sknte. Tn this period each side caged two coals nnd Mr. Hardy succeeded In having two fouls rall"d on him. The score In details follows: New Ha von. Providence Warner, Soli Iff or Curtlss First Rush. Bone iMeOilvary Second Rush. Griffith Menard Center. Gardner Hardy Half hark. Sutton Mallory Goal. First Period. Won by. Caged by. New Haven Bone New Haven Warner Providence Hardy Second Period. New Haven , .Warner New TTaven , Unne Third Period. Providence Mctillvary New Haven Griffith New Tlavon Warner Providence McGllvary Time. 6:27 4:15 3:05 13:65 :16 8:40 1:40 1:10 1:45 Hoore New Haven 6, Providence 3; rushes, Warner 9, Ourtlss 2, tied 1; stops, Sutton 28, Mallory 28; fouls, Gardner, Hardy 2; referee, Horty; timer, fiedg-wlck. , BRIDGEPORT WINS. Bridgeport, Nov, 23. In a game marked more by roughness than any thing elso Bridgeport beat Worcester to-night, 6 to 3. The line-up: Url(loport. Worcester Lewis Lincoln First riiah. Itobnrts Hart Second rush. Canavan Fahey Center. Carrlgan Ooggeshall Halfliack. Harper Mitchell Goal. Hushes, Lewis 7, Lincoln 6; stops, Harper 50, tMltchcIl 40; fouls, Fahoy 2, lioljerts; referee, Hogers. Other Ue.sul t. At New Britain New Britain i, Pawtucket 1. Child Say pa? Father What is it? Chiid It must he pretty tough on u centipede when his Coot Ret usluou ChlcuK'O News. IX THE AMTSIilCAN LTCAOrF. Chicago First In Team Fielding Former Connecticut Men Io Well. According to the American league standings which have Just been pub lished Chicago lends tho teams of the league In club fielding with a per centage of .DtiS while St. Louis Is a close second, Cleveland Is third while De troit, the league lenders, come In sev enth, Among the first bnsemen Donahue of the Chicago Is first while Rtovall of Cleveland and Isbell of Chicago are tied for second place with an average of ,9!)0. At the, second sack Unglauh, a former Merlden State leaguer, has the title all to hlitiRclf with Barry and Murphy, both of the Philadelphia, coming In for second and third posi tions respectively. I.jole of Cleveland Is fourth. Hobe Ferris, a former Norwich player, and now with the St. Louis team, leads the third sackers wtth an average of .Mj, sharing the honor with fVhaefor of tho Detroit. At shortstop Turner of Cleveland Is In the lend fol lowed by Wallace of St. Iiuls and Bradley of. Cleveland. Freddy Parent, nn ex-New Havener, comes In seventh with nn average of ,930. With the outfielders Sullivan of the Dostons and later of tho Cleveland. leads with an average of .052. He Is followed by Melntyro of the Detroit and Hlnehiiinn of the Clevelnnds. Alther of tho Cleveland nine Is well down the list as Is Dougherty, who Is Just ahead of Ty Cobb, the famous hitter. White of the Chlcngos leads the pitchers with an average of .06, Berger nnd Check, both of tho Cleve land team, were rinse at his heels. Walsh, formerly of Merlden, ranks fifteenth while Vlokers Is extremely well down the list. The backstops are lead by Sullivan of the Chieagos with an average of ,0S5 while Spencer, Warner, Crlger and Schreck were hot after him. Tn the pitching records Walsh who won forty games nnd lost fifteen leads wll'h an average of .727. 'Donovan Is second while Joss, Summers, Dineen and Young finished in tho order named. DRIVES FOR THE CAGE. Tn first place now. Pounds good, but If we could only drop that Bridge port bunch Into the river. Neither of the two has a game scheduled until Thanksgiving afternoon when at 3 o'clock the Park City bunch come to the slaughter. Anyone who misses that match will miss a real treat. (Mitchell, who will appear In front of tho Worcester cage to-night, has been having a good season. He has crowded Harry Ptarkle out of a Job. Not en al together hard Job, Griffith showed that he wasn't afraid o.' Hardy In tho slightest last night. Gi.,T also caged a goal for us. That .boy Is coming along some. Kid Duggan, Is going nt a whirlwind pace for New Britain. Old timers say the youngster will be one of the stnr.i of the business In a f i w years. "Fldo" Sutton stopped some very dif ficult shoots last night and he didn't need a pair of "barn doors" either. That Fall Hlver five is going to make trouble, for nil bands before the season Is over ItlGclns nnrt Thomnson I make a fast pair of, rushers. It's a wonder that the state papers wouldn't refrain from printing the standing of the league which Is a recognized Incorrect one. WKST F.XDS WIN. . The, West Ends trim mod the All- New Havens 5 to 2 last night in the preliminary to the league polo matc:i. ' The score follows; Ail-Now Haven. West F.nd.. Broston I!obln;--on First Rush, Williams Hode Second Bush. Ives f if ( '(titer. Zltvimer, Wrntson Miller Halfback. Srhlilte Smithlock Goal. Hrst Period. Goal. r Caged b. Time All-New Ha von . . Hroston S:2n We.st Fn Is Rode ?, : It Second IViind, WeatEnds Coo ,",:2ft All-New Havens. . Broston 9:50 Third Period. West Ends Robinson 2:10 Weat Ends Koblnsnn 'i : I o WestKnds Bode I 2 : I 0 TO PLAY WEST JM'HSONS. New Haven Siwcer Teom (o Mecl Newark Champion-. Tliurwlay. The New Haven Caledonians, lend ers In (he. Connecticut Soccer league, will travel to Newark, N. J.. Thursday to play the West Hudaona of l.iat clly. The Newark team lias won Hie e'lam plonship of the National Fooiba.ll n:i soclatlon on three occuhIuds. Tlcy alo hold the New York .M"! rep iii-a u league, and the, Newark ohninplon Bhlps. The New Haven team iya won the Connecticut hn-ii, eh.i n pionshlp for the pawl two years, and from present appearances will retain the title again this year. While the local pluyel'H hardly look fur a victory from their mm xper- lenced opponents, they will neverthe less make, a hold bid for the game, and win or loose, they are sure to wive a good account of Mumum-Ivcm ii,miin.-i the West Hudsons. An automobile that swallows its own' dust is described In Popular Mechanic.., Pipes suck up the dust from the nvr wheels and draw It Into a. box from Which it is again depodilcd oil the roiul in granulated form, WITH THK IMM'STHIALS. Old Times and Judges Caves Still Lend Dlcklow Individual Star. The Old Times and Judges Caves are still tied for first honors In the i Industrial league. Tn the Individual bowling Dlcklow still leads the league with an average of 181.5. Team Standing, Won Old Times 16 Judges Caves 1 U General Halo 1.1 Blue Gowns 1 Old Bridges 13 General Terry 11 Paolas 11 S. Giants 1 Individual Averages. Lost. 8 8 I) n n in 13 G. M. A v. 18 lot! 1S1.5 24 191 17S.1 IS 134 17B.16 24 1 82 173.18 24 1 80 173.1.1 21 159 173.6 12 tW 173.4 21 1B8 172.7 21 168 169.3 24 172 168.1 4 24 169 168.6 2 1 1 73 167.21 24 17.". 166.17 24 1 6 1 1 66.S 21 143 163.:! 21 141 162.19 3 20 162.1 21 12B 161.12 24 12 Hi '. K 24 IS 5 16 0.4 24 1.19 ir.it. 15 24 1 60 I r,9.1 21 162 lis. IS 21 1.12 11.1.3 IB 93 1 .1 4 1 0 24 1 43 1 13.10 11 96 1B3.S 24 Ml 152.12 24 119 119.11 24 116 118 12 24 111 118.12 9 13 147.8 24 1 42 1 47. 24 1 42 1 15.1 0 1 8 96 1 4 2.12 24 1 28 1 12.5 24 129 140 10 24 1 28 1 XS.23 24 1 30 1 38.1 24 1 1 1 1 32.2 Dlcklow Guptll . Marx Lennox .... Somers .... Aloeller Carr C, Flnnegan McAullffe .. Shumway . . Cox , . . . Gnffney . Haley . ,. HI elide. .. .Marshall Lyons . , ( Irleslng K a relief Muhn I'Vrrler . . . . Floyd Songhoat . . . K. Flnnegan Welch Beady Stanford Srhappa Payne Kimball Johnson is O'Brien Koch High single Mef'lellnn, 256. High three strings MeClellnn, 612; Bowman, 612, High team singleJudges Caves, 942. High team three strings General Hales, 2671. P.OWMVG TO-NIGHT. Nutmeg Tn-agiic Bridgeport at Hartford. MMdletown at New Haven. Nw Britain at Waterhury. Walllngford nt Stamford. State league. New Haven at Bristol. ( Waterhury at Merlden! Hartford at Bridgeport, Park Clly alleys. "B t" M'.lsox nni:sTF,n. Chicago, Nov. 28. -Battling Nelson, the prize fighter, was arrpsted by Con stable Kmithskl of Murnliam to-day, on warrants charging disorderly con duct hikI resisting an officer. The charges come as a seo.uel to a dog fight, which was raided at the, village of Bnrnhnm. near Chicago, lust night, Nelson, It Is said, being oneVof the spectators who escaped whllf arrests were being made. Oscar Jhe Waldorf s Famous Chcfy Shows How To Carve a Turkey K 44 : - 41 , j iX:' This irroup ' of Interesting photo graphs shows, Oscar, tor many years lief nl the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York I. nrl urn bu b I v llm meul r.n.u.i.u man In his line in America, carving n Thanksgiving turkey. In the upper most picture ho lias removed one of the lens iiml Is In the act of eultlior off the wing-. In the next be Is culling away (ho lower part nf the hrenst, and In tlie third and fourlh lie shows the prucina u lli:jig the. bron'. For reliable publication of Sporting News send your communications to the Sport in?; Editor of Journal-Courier. HAl'PT STARTLES TIMEltS. Voting American Driver Whirls Over Savannah Course at 71 Miles. Savannah, Ha., Nov. 23 Although the fourteen foreign cars In the Grand Prize race to bo held here on Thurs day are still the favorites over their six American rivals, the honors of tho final practice spins over the 25 mile course went to one of the American entrants and the automobile enthusi asts who are anxious for nn lAme.rlean victory over the floiver of the foreign makes have grown decidedly more hopeful. Willie Hnupt, a young American' driver, who began his racing career not more than two jears ago and who has amiYzed some of the older men nt the wheel by lils seemingly reckless speeding around the turns, made one round of the course today nt an aver age speed of approximately 71 miles an hour. The unofllclal timers put the lap at 21:06. To gain this average over a course which has 18 hanked turns !:nd 26 Mat curve."", it was necessary for tlie young driver of the Chad wick car to attain a siwed of more than 90 nillen in the rlralght stretches. Haunt's car seems to be more sn slilve to the uneven places In the road than any of lite other.i and today when he was setting this new record for the course, the big six eyellnder racing machine appeared constantly tn leave the ground. Hnupt reported later that been use of excessive oil on the course nt one turn, his car ,ped along on two wheels for forty feet or more. ' On his second tour of the course, Hnupt threw a tire from one of tho rear wheels when his speerl was so p;rent that when the enr was brought to a .standstill and the mechanism sent back, no trace of the tire which evidently had been hurled off Into the dense undergrowth along the Ferguson avenue stretch, could be found. More than 7.0H0 people crowded the grand stands today to witness the last of the tryont.s for the big race, nnd the Interest taken in the event Is very great here. CUK'KFTS IX FINK FOIIM. The Crickets are In good shape for their Thanksgiving battle with the Wise obi owls. The Crlckol.s have had a successful season, not having been defrnteil at all. Coach McGinty s.-ih that his team will win, owing to lite good condition of the players. The lineup Is a.s follows. Maresca, center; D.iughnn, left guard; Hollanratiger, left tackle; Mc Uarry. left end; Flnrrell, rlgat guard; Wade, right tackle; permndy, right end; Keegan. quarter back; Maclna, fullback: lioherty, right halfback; McHugh, left halfback. AMI B1CANS HI-FI. VIT.Il. Melbourne. Australia, Nov. 23. -- A. F. Wilding ..f Australia, to-day defeat ed I" R. Alexander, tho American, In the linn! of tin- Victorian singles In the I, mils championship contest. The score was 4-6, 6-fi, fi-2, nttd 6-2. Alexander and Wright were beaten last week in the doubles finals In the same tournament, which makes It look doubtful for America In the I Davis flip matches which begin on ! Thin-iday. jiL.rw iM-iinttT'rlMlf.lt.liiaB'mif ftWI ll lllilMiiBIMilWM lllrf STATE V. M. C. A. LEAGUE. Wjitcrliury and Ansonla Tied for First. Place. Waterhury and Ansonla lead the howlers In the Statu Y. M. C. A league, wlillo X. w Haven Is tied with New Hrltnln for third position. Schoenlleher Is the Individual star with an tiveragi. of l.si-3. Tim standings follow: Team Standing. Won. Lost. P.C. Waterhury 5 1 .833 Ansonla 5 1 .833 New Britain 3 3 .500 New. Haven 3 3 .BOO Derby l 6 .166 Railroad 1 5 .166 Individual Averages. Sing. 3-St.s. Schoenleber 193 B70 McPartland 201 584 Krlckson 224 529 . Hurlburt 197 495 Nichols 196 636 Kfim 229 566 Wnldron 221 ,V2 Ilrnnn'eau 173 485 Morse 188 BOB Porto 194 503 Clark 183 510 Dcnlnger 221 475 Sehlcgol 1T5 476 Sche.dier 172 48 ('hamplaln 1S6 494 Peterson, D I9t 53f. Warner 209 435 Hill 191 619 Beligston- 177 41"! Peterson K 162 47S Riley 157 4 15 Mansfield 176 454 Dnrson 175 IBS Jones 156 432 Gates 152 432 Anderson 163 449 Abels 137 427 I.unn 165 412 Clark 168 462 Hndgklns 161 441 Hayes 158 Whitney 172 448 Davidson 144 409 Uempfer 157 402 Duncan 128 12S Strang 132 352 Av. 181-3 179-3 174-3 173 174-4 167-6 164-5 161-8 160 159-1 159-1 150-5 156 155-6 154-6 153-8 153 R 151 150-B 149 118-3 146-8 144-S 144 8 114 143-6 142-3' 140-6 140-5 140-5 l.o' 136-5 136-3 134 128 117-3 JF1IGF.S CAVFS TAliF, TWO. Blue Gowns. Grelslng 137 124 158- 419 Kimball 176 132 1T.S 461 Karcher 121 125 137 386 Bailey 143 163 209 S1B Carr 151 200 166 517 731 744 823-2298 Judges ('lives. Bowman 173 125 145- 443 MeClellnn 143 143 16I-- 447 Hansen 172 177 164 - 513 Screen U'3 lfl2 182 497 Lennox 113 157 157 427 754 764 809 2527 High "Ingle, Bailey 29. High three-string, Carr 517. POFI.THV SHOW AVill Ih Held In West Haven Town Hull Tills Week. Tho West Haven Poultry associa tion will have their seventh annual exhibition In the town hall to-morrow, Thursday and Friday. There are 12B exhibitors and 1.100 specimens for 25 silver cups, $500 In special prem iums, nnd $150 In gold besides 1,000 ribbons. The hall will be open these days from 10 a. ni. to 1 0 p. m. There will be a special program for Thanks giving day. MILFORD. (Special Journal-Courier Kurt Jlerrlce) Mllford, Nov. 23.--The death of Mrs. Mary Avis Clark, wife of tho late Charles W. Ford, took place Kn.l urday evening at 8 o'clock after an lllucsa of ono week. Mrs, Ford was a, native of Mllford, being horn In a house on Washington street in the year, 1S33 and was one of the oldest and most respect ed of citizens. , She) loaves a host of friends who will miss her genlnl coun tenance and pleasant greetings. She was for many years a member of the First Congregational church, and a conscientious Christian woman. A'reg. ular attendant at church when her health would permit. Some few weeks ago she contracted a grip , cold which with a chronic case of bronchitis prov ed too much for her constitution to ral ly from. Mrs. Ford leaves one daugh ter, Mrs. Adelaide, Fenn and wto sons, Charles and AVIIllam Ford, all of this town; two brothers, Hczeklah Clark of town and Henry W. Clark of New Ha ven;' two sisters, Mrs. George Ford nnd Mrs. Calvin Smith of town; nine grand children and two great-grandchildren to mourn her loss. The funeral ser vices will be held this (Tuesday) after noon at 2:30 o'clock from her late res idence on Ford street Mrs. Cornelia Sterling has returned from a two months' visit In New Ha ven nnd nfter a short stsy In town will return to (hat city to spend tho win ter with her daughter, Mrs. John Bud dlngton. Mr, M, Brayne of New Havn gave nn Interesting talk at the Calvary Bap tist mission Sunday aftornoon. . Rev. Walter Patchln accepted the pulpit at Mary Taylor church Sunday morning. Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Oilman left Sat urday for a visit with relatives In Glen Cove, I I. A thanksgiving and praise service was held at tho First Congregational church Sunday evening. This evening nn Interesting entertainment will be. held In the church parlors. There will he solos hy Miss Maud Clark and Miss Martha Tlhhals, and a farce en titled "The Love of a Bonnet" will be presented by local people. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore of Bridgeport and Mr. and Mrs. George Payno of Stratford were over Sunday gnts of their mother, Mrs. Adelaide Fenn of Ford street. Miss Meta Frank of West Haven spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Greg ory of Cherry street. This evening re annual meeting of the Kp worth league will be held in Taylor church chapel. A union Thanksgiving service will he held In the Plymouth church at 7:80 o'clock on Wednesday evening, Rev. H. o. Oilman, pastor of t;Vie Tay lor M. K. church, will deliver the ad dress. All are Invited. Ry actual count 634 automobiles went through town on Saturday be tween the hours of 1 1 nnd 1 en route for the Yale-Harvard game. There weto several accidents to tires, which necessitated the stopping over at Wr. L. Clark's for repairs. One machine hurst a tire on Broad street with suc'i force that It hounded over to the town library yard, and the occupants of the machine left by way of the railroad train, leaving the auto for repairs. NAME CANDIDATES Democratic Caucus in West Haven Nominates Men for Borough Offices. SMALL APATHETIC MEETING Former Mayor Kendrlelt, of Water hury, lo Hun for Warden, F. A. Kiissell for Clerk. The democratic caucus to nominate candidates for borough ollleers of West. Haven waa hepl in the town hall there last night, with but u very uniall attendance. Greene Kendrlck, for mer mayor of Waterhury, who made a strong speech nt the opening of the meeting itonilna'ed fee wv-'i -n. There -was considerable apalliy shown In ncceptln;; tne nouuu., severnl declining: -The nomination for the position of tax collector, wa.a offer ed to several, who declined. It wan then moved that this place he left, lo the borough committee p, fin. The borough committee Is to he named hy the warden. Mr. Kendrlck. In his opening talk, spoke of the Important duties of tho warden and other ollleers. He said that a borough like West' Haven Ik Just (he same a.s a corporation and taxpayers should vote along such lines regardless of polities, lie said thnt all should vote for the hnt man. lie criticised the fact that, tlie borough report wan not. made a week before election, and tnat. It o;';;ht to he, All of the nomination:! were unani mous. Tho following in tin- democratic borough ticket ; AVarden, Greene keiiilrick; luii Ke.-a- j es, Lowl.'i i:. Wii'-iior, i-;.u;"iie I'locit, j Osburn P. Hrookii, John Oh. tin audi John It, .lohmo.ii; tivmnn-cr, Alfred! Powell; ,-i.K,se,'.'K..rfi, Henry ( '. Thoiua.H I and Kay T. Humphrey; elerli, h'lvdcr- lck A. Itif.-el: nudilor, Alfred ,l. j Ixickwood, ami bailiff, John Keynohla, i . N. 11. Warner acted aa i hairman of tho ni'etlny and P. J. Winers r.i clerk. 'J'hn election bor 7. Uii-c nlac; Iji.'wum- No "Y" for Warren. But lie Can ITav ITU Broken Ribs nnd Nurse His Collarbone. A meeting of the men who earned Ya In this year's football games will tonight chooso a captain for next sea son, The meeting will be held In the gymnasium at 7 o'clock and within 15' minutes It will be announced who Is to load the Blue to victory next fall, Yes terday brought forth no change In the situation and there will be two men voted on tonight, Coy and Phllbln. Coy is not doing any work to be elected captain and If chosen will be chosen on lila record. In the minds of many ho Is the greatest back that Yalo has had In years. Phllbln's friends are working hard for ulm and the votes ara about evenly divided. It Is stated that the big stick Is being wellded In favor of Phllbln, but the big atlck Is losing Its powor. Those who will vote tonight are: u ieta,. jonnson, aurcn, jrnumn, tsiaaie, Haines, Brides, Hobbs, Andrua, Coonay, Goebel, Lilley, Logan, Corey, Johnson, Bingham, Murphy, Wheaton and Coy. An unauocespful effort haji been made to have Hobbs run and spilt th rote, but Hobbs, while flattered by the honor declines to become tho goat The undergraduate' body is very strongly In favor of Coy and sentiment Is heard on all sides that ha should be tho next captain If Yale cares any more to turn out a winning team. Some of the players who -would hve voted against him are beginning to realize this and the election has been set at once before the opinion becomes unan imous In favor of the fullback. ( It haa been deolded that Warren did not earn his Y ' though he played through the Brown game with two broken r1ba and a. broken collarhone. Some years ago Buck. Btuart wa awarded his Y because It had been In tended to put him In the game, and a ' someone lost track of the time Buck failed to have an opportunity to lose a leg for the glory of Yale. Warren had every opportunity to lote hlB limbs and broke them all up pretty well beside Justice In Yale athletics -which has been the fling at Harvard .for many yenrs Is beginning to be as hollow aa tho claim In regard to tho efficacy of prayer In winning a football game. RF.RGIV AT .TALK FTETiD. CoorliM HlRh School Team Final Games Thanksgiving Morning. Frank Bcrgln, the local boy, wh played at quarterback a week ago for Princeton In their match with Yale was the principal coach at the practice ' of the New Haven high school squad, which was held yesterday afternoon at Yalo field. Bergtn matched tho team up against a strong amateur team and kept the high school eloven con tlnually on the defense. Bergln will coach the team for the remainder of the season which ends on Thanksgiving morning when they play tho Naugatuck team on the' varsity gridiron. The game starts,, at 10:30 and will undoubtedly be the hardest match thnt the local high haa had this year. Bergln was well pleased with tho showing of the hoys yesterday especially so with the way In which they handled the forward pass. The high school team will line up ex setly ns It did Ju.st before a number of players were disqualified for low marks In their studios that deficiency having been almost entirely made up. Their opponents from the valley have a very enviable record for the year having met Hticli teams, as Merlden, Bridgeport, Danbury, Wlnsted, Anso nla and Thnrnaston high schools. The gnme on Thanksgiving morning will undoubtedly be a hot. one as the vl llors will mnko a strong effort to de feat their adversaries. i POHFUTYS PARTOrFB. Yesterday the Pastimes defeated the Bengals by the acorn of 25 to 0 at Prntt's field. Tho Bengals got a yel low streak like tho Clintons; the Ben gals got cold feet. They would like to play the Crescents or Monarch Thanksgiving morning or afternoon. Notify Doc. Hopkins, 86 Hftllock street, city. By wireless telephony two French naval officers have succeeded 1n having conversation, songs and even whistling heard perfectly at a distance of ninety miles. iliOaUS-DEIHOir laT1 and'ttvinabou"1, W. A. Alaynard, ugent, S3 Gilbert ave nue; 'phone 3ifc-3. THE "FORD." ?MratA,,t0 Mancy- " WhilE SiEAM CARS. 'Vhone HUi Whlto Outage, 0 fa u Stale y I root. Ci)Ui,')IM ft CrPlPU? fliiMYfA The Hoi- I iln.liVi.lll Ul Ulhlkliv uuintn Ollt LI Co,. y V -1 1 1. Goilo tlliisul. Covviea Toimau. BUISK & SiUfliSAKER uiS CowiuH Tolinun. iMUMfV dtflftllf! anil ('.Anil I AH 'he UibJUUUa LUkUIMIU UIOI vnviL.fc.nw conib Co., W-J-lli.UuU'o Toimau. CuwioS pnup.m N. Automobile Corp., 5a uuuuiii liroaiiway; 'phono 316. 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