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TH2 MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1908.
WILLIE LEWIS HERE AT LAST PRACTICE Crack Welterweight Who Meets j Local High School Putting on Harry Lewis December 14 Arrives in Town. Finishing Touches for Nau gatuck Came To-morrow. TO TRAIN AT WEST HAVEN ON THE VARSITY GRIDIRON From Now on Will ISo Loomed ut Hotel rnca Jeff ixuVrty Ills Sparring: Partner. Wlllio Lewis ot Brooklyn, who Is to meet Harry Lewis of Philadelphia til tho Grand Opera, house on December 14, In tha card of bouts which the Kdgewood dun are running, arrived In town yesterday, and will may horn and train after his bunt wllh hlH name sake. Hla riimrters will be at the Ho tel tinea In West Haven, ami already a large number of light followers In this pity have expressed their Inten tion of going down to watch him work out to-morrow. WUIIe is looking In the best of con dition, and Is only two pounds away from the weight agreed upon by the malohmakni'H, namely 148. To-day hi; will only participate in a llttlo light road work, and his real hard work will commence to-morrow when he marts to work out In the' gymnasium. He Intends to set at the hug consid erably, and, In fact, will content liltu solf Willi Unit line of work inside until the return of Jeff Iioherty on Friday, who Is at Philadelphia, where l.o goes on will; Mickey Gannon to-morrow ti I prlit in a six round go. Jeff is lo he Willie. Lewis' regular spurring partner, and I'roni this arrangement both hoys will undoubtedly benefit a tri o 1 1 dei.il. When asked regarding his opinion of the cumins match last night. Willi! said that he couid be relied upon to be In ot the tinis!i and Hint If Harry In tended to Ret it on him he would have to go some. This bom Is the main bout, of Hi card of boxing bouts which the Fdgcwond club Is to run and tick ets for which applications are pouring In from all parts of Hie state. The. semi -filial match is between Jc:V Jiiherty of th's city and I'addy SuHl v.'in of Xrw York, and li is a rccngiilzi d fact that ihe Ncv Hn'ouiev will have to no sou'ie to put ll oH,i (.he Vw Yorker, who of !;it? hns been nicetin,: onie very fat b i ,ind as yet undefeated. These hon will eo ten rounds at i"S pounds. The preliminary of t;,e ear.! will be n x rounder I.--- tween Abe Ihe Newsboy of New Lou-I,,. don and Maurice LcMovne of Webster Jl;cs.. who will b- put on at 1 i'l pounds. I'ave Fitistrerald has the refcreeln : in charge, Frank Scolllns of Panhury will lit nvist.er of e.erc mon.ies, am'. Johnny C'n li f 1 1 of this city will hold the tlmepieee. The men will wOgh In nt 3 o'clock nt Fitzgerald and Mn lone'e cafe on Crown street on the aft ernoon of leeenile. r 11. The card of the evening will start promptlv at half Vast elht. After his match hero on December 14 before the Kdgewood club, Harry Lewis goes to Rochester, N. Y., where on the sixteenth he boxes Unk Russell for ten rounds. Jimmy Gardner and Jim CInbby meet tomorrow night at New Orleans. Al KuMak of Orand Rapids put Fred T?radley to sleep In Philadolphla on Monday nipht In four rounds. A right to the Jaw did the trick and It took the Massachusetts boy several hours to recover. Bert Keyes, who appeared here Inst winter, will go 20 rounds with Kid Sul livan at Savannah tonight. Jom Prlsenli will fight Baldwin again Matty having decided to' stick to tho east Instead of going west. Ho find Driscoll will box 12 rounds at tho Ar mory club of Boston, on December 8, three days after Prlseoll meets drover Hayes at Philadelphia. The Boston pa pers however, are all up In arms against Baldwin helng matched with Jim Prlseoll, owing to the many queer bouts Matty lias been engaged In. Billy Papko Is quite a favorite over B'nnley Ketcholl nt odds of 10 to 7 for ' the Thanksgiving ,day fight at Pan Francisco. Cal. . .Tack Blackburn, who Is to hox Mtkn Donovan at Pittsburg. Pa., on next Monday night, has received nn offer to box Tony Cnponl nt Wheeling, W. Va., on December 1. Tt Is rumored thnt Andv Dnrgan Is Anxious to hnvo Tommy Murphy and Pnokey MoFnrlnnd hox hero at a near flat. I Mike Donovan of Rochester, and .Tack riackhurn of Philadelphia, fought be fore the National A. C. nt Pittsburg, Monday night nnd Blackburn find the best of tho first throe rounds, nnd af ter thnt Donovan showed up well nnd evened matters. The 12-round bout between Owen Mo ran nnd Frnnkle Nell, the California featherweight which wns to tnkn plnce at the Armory A. IA., -of Boston Inst night wns postponed for ft week. Mo ran has not been feeling well for a few days nnd a he was unable to do any training for the contest Charley Har vey, his mnnngor, telegraphed to Mlnh Jfnrphy, matchmaker of tho Armory A. A., asking for a postponement of the bout. Kid De.lehanty of the Crescent, Ath letic club of Bridgeport is willing to take on any 110-1 1 R pound boxer In tho elty. Manager Hurley and Trainer Herman are rapidly getting the kid Into shnpe. Address communications to the Crescent Athletic, club, filS South avenue, Bridgeport. Kid Hart of Bridgeport would like to meet Young Slnttery or Young Hyda for six rounds boforo any club offering suitable Inducements. Address W. Rogg, manager, 827 River street, Bridgeport, Conn. Mark Holmes, 720 Fast Main street, Bridgeport, desires to mutch Dnvy Ryan with any 133 or 138 man In tho state. Holmes Is ready to post n forfeit of $30. NArO.VITC'K WINS. Tho association football game be tween Nnugatuck nnd Bridgeport, In connection with the Connecticut league, played nf Molhn.irn Court, Nnugatuck, Sunday, resulted In n w in for Nnugntuok by il to 4. It used to be held that primitive man was n vegetarian: but (lie anthro pologist Ortviv hns made careful nnd extended Investigations, which Indicate that primitive mint, like th" modern savage, wns omnlvhoua. BOXING NEWS MAY PLAY HARVARD Talk Revived About Contest on Gridiron Eetwecn Crimson and Tigers. NOT TO FIRE ROPER YET Neither Siajvs Nor Yost Has Been Ku gagi'it to Take Place of Tills Yeur's Cdim'Ii. Princeton, Nov. 24. George H. Murray, general treasurer of the Uni versity Athletic association, was iucs tlonod yesterday its to ;lie rumored plan for the erection of a stadium for I football here and the possibility of a Prlnceton-Mnrvrtrd gnme next year, lie paid: ' j "Of course we want a .stadium V'c I need one. Hut the oni-stlon Is. where ; In the money coming from'.' The ore- j l hm of a lirst-olnss stadium would on- i tail an enormous cost. As fur a game ' with llanji'd, we would Ilk.- ; Ii.it. i too. There has been outlaid cable . talk about lioih, but no net inn hns a-) yet boon taken." ! This represents the I' titim- nt h re : in regard to a stadium w hich wmiM; not only i;ere for Valc-l'rlnci ;on ! game-:, save tlm inaii;;:;"iii. nt h r the l,ii; expense which it Incurs in tic I building of temporary stand?, nn fr1 a much larger seating ca pi , .. , ... , "nt uo"1(1 '"' l '""V '''" should a llarvai-'d-l'rln (ton fjnir.i be arranged. As for the raising of money for stadium, the Princeton nlimiul h: always been generous to athletic in at Princeton, and if a movement set on foot to gather funds th'T ds l is ; Mttle doubt In ihe minds of many I'rlncetoiiians that It could be s.- I curi'd. I I'rini-eioti has b,'in anxious to re new football relations Willi Ilnrvivd, and last year lior representatives v-y nearly oliiaine,i their reriuest. The crisis in atlih tic a fi'a i rs at ( 'ntnbcide I was then going on, nnd the crusade against shorter nnd easier nthb ti,- i schedules was being waged. Ih'i-,; yard's victory over Vale and tin bound which Harvard's athletics lime 1 taken In the last year have given rise j to a confidence that tho Tiger and Crimson may get together. A triple nrrnngement of games be- i tween Vale, Harvard and Prince ton would give each of the three a big l homo game each year. This Prince- ton nnd Harvard have only every nth- i or year, Furthermore, the athletic ' treasuries of both Princeton nnd Har vard would be swelled by tho addi- j tlonal gnrno. At Princeton another big game is particularly desired for financial rea sons, because rowing has been lately introduced, and !t Is expected will be come a major sport within a year. The deficit t-ntalled by rowing would be met by another big football game. Football practically supports all the i other branches of athletics, but there would have to be at least a $15,000 or j $.'0,000 gain to meet the expenses ot 1 rowing. j Mr. Murray also took occasion yes- ! terdny to deny the story that Yost or 1 Stngg had been obtained to conch , Princeton and thnt. Mr. Roper bad re signed. He declared that the coach ing problem had not even been dis cussed, and as far as the present time fpf tho year Is concerned Is not like ly to be taken up. SrHPTUSK AT OAKl.WD. 4'rcsMlnn, IS to 1 Shot, Wins ( artcr TTiindlcnp, Anklnnd, Cal., Nov. 2-4 - f'resslna, claimed out of a selling race lnst Sat urday by li J. Rninsey, to-day won tho Carter hnnrllcnp nt Kinery vllle from a first-class field. Tho mnre was quoted nt 13 to 1, and her victory came ns a'grent surprise. Madman and Bell wet hnr woro the favorites to win. After having a lend of twelve lengths In the fifth rnce, Creation stopped and was beaten by Remember. First race, six furlongs, selling -Marlon Rose, 109 (Rtixtori), S to 1, won; Magrame, 109 (Hettlg), fl to 1, second; Forerunner, 10!) (Keogli, 5 to 2, third, Time, l:r,5 3-G. Second race, five furlongs, purse,. -Mndmnii, 104 ('Shilling), 7 to 20, won; .Rubin Cranda, 102 (("inborn, 12 to I, second; Little Jane, UK (Russell), ;r, to 1, third. Time, 1:01. 3-fi. Third race, futurity course, selling.--Bellwnther, 100 (Sweet), 17 to 20, won: dieutschlnnd, 110 (Powers), 9 to fi, sec ond; Collector Jessup, 110 (Keogh), 100 to 1, third. Tlmo, 1:11,. 2-5. Fourth race, one mile, Carter handl CHp. 'CreHslno., 98 (E. Sullivan),- 13 to 1, won; Montgomery, 11" (Shilling), 11 to 10, second; Astronomer, 100 (I'plon), 7 to 1, third. Time, 1.5. t Fifth race, mile nnd 50 yards. Ru lnember, 100 (Russell), 5 to 1, won; Creation, lofi (Skeet), 11 to 10, second; U C. Ackerly, 108 (Re.ttlg), 20 to 1, third. Time, 1:4 2-5. .Sixth nice, six furlongs. Anna May, 109 (Powers). G to 6, won; Bell Klnny. 109 (Retllg), 7 to 2, second; Curri culum, MO (Miller), 12 to 1, third. Time, 1:15 2-5. Mi SUA UP TO KlttejKRKK. Annapolis, Md., Nov. 24. An nouncement of tiie olliolals for tha Army Navy game next Ka-turdny with the exception of the, umpire, wa.s made by Head Coach Berrlun of tlin Naval academy li. -night a.s follows: Sharp of Yale, referee; Marshall nf Harvard, field Judge, nnd Torrey of IVnnsylvnniii, head linesman, TAIT I LI',(TS CA1TAI.V. , AVatertow 11, Nov, 24. Al a. meeting of tile Th ft. school foolbnll team here to-day Ovlde H, LnCoiir, 1910, was elected captain. LaCour Is from New Orleans. Ho played right halfback during the jiusl. seiisoo. Corbeit of Harvard Making One of His Runs During ihe i'iiiajssif: U,e of Harvard s star players dur.ng the Vale-llarvard gan ,, Vnle lield was Right Halfback Corbett. who made several brilliant runs Into ,1, territory. The photograph from which the accompanying cut was made was take, during one of these dashes Tt shows the vast o,,,w, which packed the stadium nnd yelled Itself bo.-.rse for both the victorious crimson nnd the vanquished h Tll(, ,.r,n rorhr(t ninntn(r wlth tne bftU NUTMEGS WIN THREE Local Aggregation Jumps Back Into First Place by Wallop ing Middletown. WATERBURY TAKES TWO Two Vow Records Also Fstnblished Bridgeport nnd Stamford Winners. vvriovu, i-oi.o i,r,(;iK (Oinelnl.l w: L. p.c. 1 1.1 S .'e.j I i:j T .tl.ni 13 7 ,B3)! i:i s .m:ii !i !l .5oo in 12 .4")." :, K, .;:!! .1 17 .227 I'm w tucket . V- Haven lli-Hgi port . Fat! Hiver . l'roveb-nee New Hriinln Hro.-Kt. n .. Worcester . fi.WK.H 'I'O-MlillT. ln Wtl,-kel -U Brockton. New Britain nt Providence. The local Nutmeg lengite quintet Jumped back into drst plaeo In tlv league standing last night when they walloped Middletown for nil three games. The first two names were ta ken in rather easy fashion but the third was undecided until the last, mini on each side bad rolled his final frame. Hall wns the star of Ihe evening, capturing high single with 201 and high three strings with 574. 1 The score follows: New 1 1 11 von. Mlx .... K Isey Dick, 11s Hull .. French , 1 11 1 Mi lit!. 201 197 2 no 200 171 177 170 188 j oo 167 196 180 529 17R 537 574 5 47 894 918 Mitl(ll:lm n. 8532665 Proskey Burr ... Biibcoek Ilaynos Ah' a in 171 1,4 8 169 175 170 161 149 160 185 199 18 8 17 6 155 523 473 465 541 524 836 854 8462526 two HF.coiiDS an. Speelil l-j (he .linn 1111 1.( onrlor. I WuH'r'hiiry, Nov.. 21.--Two records wwie lire-Win In the Nutmeg league match here to-night, wdien tho locals (90k two jijuuos from their New Brit ain iidvpriei h s. Allen for the team w.'is certainly the slur of the match, as he secured high three strings with I'.lii, gobig MoKiitHtry, the present, hold er ol Hie reeord also broke Ihe when lie s cured fourteen better. He high single record, :.".",, beating Whnllen's 2 i 4 of lust week. lie, howiver, was beaten to-night iMciiriilli of tiie visitors, who rolled The score follows; Wu-U rburj. Allen 2.13 2"! 2"2 - 6.1'i I Iligby 217 n;8 ir,;t Ms! Midulalon 197 178 Jill f. :iil ; Tiller Ji.4 is? 1 5:::i 1 Stone. IS2 190 1711 .Mfi 1013 924 SS7-2S24 cv lifllalii. Berg 1.19 121 H7 - 410 Ab-Ui-elli 17:1 .Hi!) 256 Mini r Hm 17 2 I91! - f. .'! t" ostrofsky I Ml 1 3H 153 171 May Ill 1114 I II ii 521 S2 787 9117 - 2577 OTIIKK RDM LI S. Al Stamford Stninroni 7,10 SM 8 13 -2-117 Wii MiiiH-l'ord M 77H 718 - 2392 At Hart ford. - Bridgeport 833 !uia )n9 2M2 Martl'oril kUO SO 3 875 2630 1 t l Ai,im rv4 .... At Pa win ton. 4. ket I'nwtueknt, r,: lirlck- At Fall Ulver Fall Britain, .1. Rlver, S; New rot; i n:crs bowlkhs. The heavy mlM that enveloped the city streets penetrated to the nlley last evening and a beautiful exhibition of "fog eyed" rolling ensued. Hummers wns the only roller present with nuto. mobile goggles, amassing tho respect ful totals of 101 and r.24. Enough. I sufficient. On. Hale. . Mason ns j 35 Summers Mil i;i Herman 114 l.V) Hnnnlgnn 137 13; Robertson MS 190 703 m j , C.rti. Terry. Knight. 121 i:n j pchmelj! 12fl 1 1.1 Starr 130 12s .1. Carroll Ill Momihan It!) 17, 077 (111 114-K14-121 12 417 P2I 400 1 T2 490 711-2220 1-fi - 421 I2d - SI57 lic- .172 MS 427 174 - r.oo 7K1 20P7 lUH.IIU.I, l J.MMV. Tolilo, Nov. 21. The American KJeo university besbnll teams changed batterh'S In their gnme nnd riav. The of 10 to Americans won by the seoro LOCALS WIN AGAIN State League Quintet Wallops Brint.ol for Three Straight , Games. BRIDGEPORT TAKES TWO hofeill llarlfoi-il in f;(,oi Itidlln . Wiilerbiiry Also Captures Two. (Pprrlfl (o Hie ,liiiirini.( ourlrr.l Bristol, Nov, 2i.--Tlie New Haven State league qulntei macle a. runaway mutch or their contest here to-nlghl with the locals when they carried off nil three games, thereby IncrearliiM their hold on first position In the l.-agiio race. Weber of the visitors was high single with 212 and shared the honors of rolling high three-strings with, Muthes of the home team Bristol. Parker 175 167 161 503 I Walcott 156 167 166- 479 Cucuel Jill) lis 16(1 471 MlttlleS ISO 210 192- 582 Porter ltiS 147 188 502 809 849 875-2541 New lluw'ii. Hu her 169 202, 157 529 Ih -echer 170 175 192 537 -Mugiin 172 151 1 70-- 496 i Weber ..v 185 212 185- 582 Johnson 178 192 185.- 555 874 9:ill 880- 2699 luti ik.i ;i( nt 1 tki:s two. I fcpcelnl (o flie Joiirnnl-I oiirter. I Bridgeport,, Nov. 24.-- Bridgeport had For reliable publication of Sporting News send your communications to the Sport ing Editor of Journal-Courier. Game With Yale games from the Hartford State Joa- K.i neie to-nignr. j n,. nowttng was the ell est seen on tho local alleys In some time and two of the games were not decided until the last frame had been concluded. w Ut wns high single with 213 nnd lams of the visitors was hich roller Wi with :m. The score follows: Brld'icpurt. Lewis 191 F. Mus.'into, .,171 Bcnon j.v.) ldii 178 1S5 195 219 214 1S1 1 6(1 180 164 571 530 50(1 Banks Watt , . .17.1 , .102 55 542 S20 94,1 0052704 1 Hartford. ' Redfleld Richards .. Chamberlain Williams . , , Kltnbcrly . . .159 .194 .1,1.1 .211 .200 117 190 171 190 1(13 191 203 152 11)2 161 637 587 i 4 83 i 593 I 524 919 900 8992721 WXTKUBl-RV TAKI'.S TWO. (Speclel if (he Jniirnnl-( curler.) Merlden. Nov. 24. In some of the fastest bowling seen on the local al leys In some time the Wnierbiiry state quintet tonk two games from tho home bowlers here to-night. Wjiterbnry hail tilings all Its own way In the first two games, owing to F. Benrdsley's high rolling. The visitor secured high single Willi 2 13, while C. Benrdsley and Savage, nf the locals three strings with 593. follows: Wntorbiiry. hot high The senro Lewis 197 175 161 533 C. Benrdsley .. 200 204 1 89 593 Diver 193 J60 1 52 505 F. Beard.-dey. .243 1 61 1 68 572 Stokes 170 21 t 1 68 552 1 003 911 S."S 2755 Merlden. Brooks 189 H!8 15S- 515 Siivage 162 229 202 593 Qulnti 168 163 11)0 520 K 1 1 1 1 II 181 146 327 Yost , 1 87 187 Pillion 1 70 1 92 I 97-- 559 870 897, 934 2701 i;TU( TOHS T K K TWO. Ilxtractors. Mackintosh, Kdwards ....... Noble Hearborn (ave. ) . 159 162 146 122 158 153 119 129 128 152 .1 52 1.52 582 1101 577 ks. Ill 185 '120 139 176 154 121. 112 Hit 111 1 44 144. 5 15 617 552 Butt. ( 'losson Walker Davidson (n vo.) OLYMPICS STILL LKAI). Tho Olympics held onto their lend by taking the Spnrt.-i.ns into camp In the deciding game, by 15 pins. Krle.k- son was th nter of the Olympic at' tack, with two double centuries and a 560 tidal Olympic A. Citrlls. , Chlip .... Krickson , 1 57 1 84 1 62 503 . 1 1 6 1 39 1 00 348 200 158' 20 2 56 0 473 48 1 4641 4.11 Spni'tiiu. 1 30 1 4 2 1 57 129 1 68 1 64 1 1 9 451 1,12 1 96 1 36 484 450 502 4 1 2 - 1 364 1 ; lilt) of Magnolia, Mans., liennison Snyder . . IIa.mill.on The Wl In said I III eisle Kolllel ll i tl 1 lllplos 1 , men s lei till uilv one of Its kind It has : ; 1110 u t liau as workers inoinhershjp of ,-ai 1, all women in the holds, boardli houses and residences of the Hummer population uf that resort. SOCCER FOOTBALL Connecticut League Leaders to Play Triple Champions at Harrison To-morrow. Tho New Haven C.'nleilonlnn Roecer football team Journey to llnrr.lson, N. J., to-iiiorrinv where they will me t the West Hudson tenm, known us the triple champions of the association mime. The game will he played In the afternoon nnd It la expected thai ft on seven to t n IhouKaud people will wit ness the contest. Until teams will be represented by their strongest cloveim, Tho Journal-Courier will give a special report of the game In Friday's issue. The following player s will represent the West HudsonH and tho Caledon ians: West Hudson. Now Haven. Hanlon Shanks (ioal. Kettles Black Fullbacks. MlHor Miller Fullbacks. Iawson Coule Halfbacks. McKle Smith Halfbacks. Hae.kett Frnser Halfbacks. Carter Clark j Forwards. Dean Thompson Forwards. Gorman Steven Forwards. Lennox Valentine Forwards. Colvllle Ross Forwards. WITH THE BOWLERS New York had nn ensy time Monday night with New Brunswick In the Kastern league match on the Mornlng nldo alleys, taking 11 out of the H games played. In the Individual event Dunbnr hnd little trouble in capturing four out of ihe five games, losing tho hist by two pins. The two-men event was easy for the New Yorkers, who succeeded In maklns : , ,h ,,,r rt,,A.mp -venta j ' ' Dunbar wns the high Individual tar, rolling u single of 249. Burton of the New Briif.cwlcks, however, wa Close behind him with 247. In tho F.nstern league we are now tied with New Brunswick and Newark 1 for first position In tho five-men event. 1 Just watch us trim that Brooklyn j bunch Friday. Tho local State lenguers still lead the league, the standing In which follows: Won. Lost. P.c. New Hn'-en 18 Hartford 14 Bridgeport 14 Meriden 12 Wnterbury 11 Bristol 3 .750 .585 .583 .500 .458 .125 10 10 12 13 21 The local Nutmeggers are ngaln In first position: New Haven .17 7 Hartford 16 8 .667 Wnterbury 1 8 .667 Bridgeport 14 10 .583 Middletown 12 12 .500 Stamford 10 14 .417 Wnlllngford 6 18 .333 New Britain 5 19 .208 Kelsey rolled his hend off last night when tiie Y. M. R. C. Nutmeggers mot the City leaguers in a match gnme. He secured scores of 202, 214, 255, 671, nnd brought, the totnl of the Nutmegs up to 2958. They by the wnv swamped their adversaries In the City lengne to-night Tuxedos roll tho Acadcmys at former's alleys. the tho Keen Interest, hns been attracted to the Y. M. H. C. alleys owing to the fact that tho management hns offered 1 a 15-pound turkey 10 me man roning high single during the week. Mix seems to hnve the bird In his hand with 246. (lenrgo Robert Kelsey will probably get a wing from tho way he Is rolling now. Raymond, with 239, of the Win chester Howling association, is high man for the box of Caves given by the same management for tho man rolling high single In practice. Sin gle up, Joe. VTOLSOVS CASK DISMISSED. New York, Nov. 24. Tho com plaining witness ngalnst "Battling" Nelson, a pugilist, who wns arrested yesterday, charged with resisting an otllcer, did not appear In court to day and the case ngalnst thu fighter was dismissed. CORXKLL OFF FOR PKNNSY. Ithaca, N. Y.. Nov. 2 4. The Cornell football team left to-night for Wayne, Pa., whero It will remain until Just before the Penna. gamo at Philadel phia on Thursday. Three thousand students marched to the train to-night to cheer the team off and over one thousand will go to Philadelphia to morrow. IIOl 0 PACIFIC COAST. Chicago, Nov. 24. A disputed to the R-ecoril-Horald, from Seattle, Wnsh., says; "Officers In charge of tho athletic Aliisiia-YukoB-l'acllle exposition have arranged to hold a I least two regal Ins 11 mouth on Lake Washington during the four months of the fair. Articles liuve been signed for a series uf races between the crews of the I'nlverslly of Washington. Wisconsin, Stanford, California, and other western and mid dle western colleg-cH. ' A represent n -live who Is making the rounds of Hi" custom universities also reports tin Cornell, Vale, and Harvard tuny par ticipate. The dates for the events with' western crews have not been llxed, Match Starts al. 10-.n0 mill Will He a Fust One -Muse, a Star Drop Kicker. The local high school tenm conclud ed their lust heavy practice of the, year yesterday afternoon nt Yale field when the coaches put ihe sqund through some very stiff practice stunts In preparation for their game to-nior-roin when they line up against tho undefeated Xaugatiick high school eleven at the uobl. Muse, the fast left etui of the tenm. proved to bo tha sensation of Ihe afternoon's prnntloa when he kicked a bountiful drop from the forty yard line. . This Is rather a new rolo for the left end to otliclato In and his per fotmiince was of the. first rank. Frank Hergln, the Princeton quarterback, wns unable to bo with the team yes terday, but has promised the players that he will be preaent this afternoon when the finishing touches will ha put onto the signal work of tho team. The gnme to-m irrnw morning will undoubtedly he nn" of the fastest high c.chool ninli lies seen on the Ynle grld llon In some time, and ns the mem bers of the local team have nil, by tin Ir good work In studies, been al lowed to join the squad, the Nauga ti.ck eleven will run up against a very stiff proposition. Connelly, the star quarterback, will undoubtedly run the team and hla putt work nei'dft but little, conimen dallon. It. bind Ihe line will be either Hi rd or Dunn at right half, while Snxo wi.l probably be placed at. left half. MeCi.rnilek and Fiflcld will nlternato at fullbnck, AWli-mian nnd Muse will both be pure of playing practically the whole giimt nt ends, while Or.horn, whoso work hns been a feature during tho year, and the captain. Davis, will take cure of the tnckles. Stiles or Tnusley will guard the right side, of the lino while Frnnkel will hold the left side. Frr.nkel, the regular center, will start the game at his snnpbaok position, The otllclnls nf the gamo will be chosen to-day and will be from some of the alumni of the school who are flt present home for their vacation from the colleges. Among tho number that have been mentioned are Bird, sub stitute of the Yale varsity this fall; Messlnger, who played fullback for the freshmen; Bacon, who wns tho regular guard on the same team; Greene, the . ex-Pennsy. fullback; O'Brien, the former Swarthmoro quarter, and Bergln, sub quarter on tho Tiger team this year. Tho game will start promptly at 10:30 nnd tho management is hoping for a large crowd. After to-morrow's game the team will disband for the season. , Shortly after the dlsband onment, however, the members of tho sqnnd will bo given a banquet In np rreclation of their endeavors 011 Uia prldiron for tha season of 1908. DRIVES FOR THE CAGE. Lewis, of the Teddy Bears, hns Jumped to the front among tho rush ers In tho league. He, .however, Is not very far in advance of Lincoln, of the Worcester aggregation. Warner, of tha locals, has pa'ssei'l the century mark, and if he continue nt his present gate he will glvo1 the other rushers a hard run for first hon-1 ors. The Fall River oulntot has secured the greatest number of rushes, havingl 177 to Its credit. That team and nriugopoi i are lieu mr urst position, In cnglng the largest number of goals, ench. having shot 133. New Haven has landed 134 rushej through the work of Bone and War ner. Among the goal-tends "Fldo" Sut ton, while maintaining his former average, has dropped a peg In , tho standing. John Mnllory, of the Provi dence team, Jiaving passed' him, 1 Fall River also comes In for tho largest, number of fouls, with a total of 24. Neither Bone nor Warner has been penalized. Everybody at' the rink to-morrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock nnd watch ns trim those Park City1 boys. We, need tho game lo bold first plnce. MOTOR CAM DIRECTORY. 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