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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1908.
BONEYARDS TRIM BANKWRECRERS Unable to Score in First Two Periods, Local Players Rally and Win by Close Margin. SCHIFFER STAR OF GAME l.iii'iil Reserve Player Replaces Wnr. hit mill Mtillvpiis ilio (imiic iMiggnn Performs Well, national volo i.kagu:. (nniiiiii.) w. 1-tiidgepnrt TO Now Him I'll J I) I'awtueket J r I'm 1 1 River U Providence New lititnlu i:i ISl'OI ktOII X Worcester fi I, S !) 11 r.1 1 1 i IT JO I.!'. .UK" .11 ll .ssa .r.:is .522 .(SI .l :; l (James Tn-nlglil. Providence Ht New I'.ritain. Ptidgopnit nt P.rncktuit. New Haven nt Piuvtiickot. Nintli Inning r.i HUf In which ri fav orite player wns suit In In 1ml f"r an other fur tile limiie tui m mill .succeeded In walloping tilt ii lieme run when two men were un liases thereby winning liir game were nut In It with the way in which 'I mt i-li" Se),irfer, whom Coorge Itene 1 ! ; 1 1 1 sent 111 tn replace "Warner, t t Hie j;amo nut nf the h.mds nf 111" New Hritaln Inineh lust llight mill placed it nil tile .shell' for the lloncyards with le.m I'.inn a tnlniiel and .n half tn play. Tile game was nil th" isltnis U)i tn the last IT, tnlnntes nf piny as they h.iil succeeded in scoring twite wlille Rones' men einilil nut get tile hall by IVnee. In the first two periods the visitors deserved all they jni for they played nil around the New Haven team keep Ins the hull nriniiiil the local ease con stantly. The tlilnl period however was tun inueh for theni and they ennhl nut Veep up w ith Die fast pace set hy tlie local boys, wiici were greatly strength Plied hy the addition nf Sohirfer. The "big boy" Jean from New Itiitaln tired In this period and In n sir it? expres sion was "nil In." Otiggan of the nnnkwrivkers do p'i rves special mentinn for tho manner In which lie performed. Despite Paul fiardncr's 'hindrance. ami attempts to foul the fast rusher from New ftrltnln he kept the members nf the fioneynril quintet continually nn the jump mnl succeeded In capturing half of the rushes. Schiffer who was sent In nt the bo Elnnlng of the third period certainly put some life Into the New Haven play ers. The "Pntchtnan" frnin Merlden tost no time in getting right Into the tame enpturlng the first rush from Duggan and caging the first coal of the period nnd Incidentally the first for the Roneynrds p ten seconds. i,f. er this lie kept the local team as well is the New Hrltnln quintet continually nn the go with his passing and driving nnd ended the neuritis; hy driving a pretty goal for the wind up. The first period was uneventful with the exception that aside from the scor ing of a single goal by the visitors In nearly fourteen minutes the local buys :aged two goal? both of which Immedi Itely rolled out ngaln. New Prltain , gain scored In the second period while luetics by a grand rally kept Warner rom pushing the ball In by rushing nut r)f his eace and intercepting his drive. The third period started off with chlffer showing flup form and caging ''he first goat In ten seconds, (tone foi low'ed him In a little over two initi ates thus tlelng the score. Jean suet the hopes of the fans mid consequent ly Hie. cheering to the ground when on" minute and five seconds afterwards he raged a goal thus giving the visitors in advantage nf a single goal. The oral players then started off In whirl wind form and completely played the B.rnkwreckers off their feet. Hone gain tied tlie score by rolling the hall past Prncr and Schiffer wound tilings tp when after a tierce rally between EVERYDAY MEN WEAR W. L. DOUGLAS THE BEST ,Q SHOES F0R MENl W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoes are worn by men In every walk of life. My line is so complete, the styles and shapes so varied, that every man Can be fitted for permanent comfort at any one of my numerous stores. For all round satisfaction, for sun shine or rain, hot weather or add, W. L..Doujtlas shoes are best Made from high grade materials, and made right. As a result they have the largest sale in the world. Price, $3.50. W. L. DOUGLAS $4.00 SHOES EVney!I W. L. Douglas Boy Shoo - f.7 and $2.00. rati Volar llyelrtt utd tntlunivftir. (Jalivlngne inailfrt free, v. I. Dol.'CI.AN, brockton, Nmi. Jf. L. Douglas Shoe Store in New Haven : 870 Chapel St. 1 Church both teams he drove the ball hy the New Hrltnln goal tend. The spore In detail follows: Vow Haven. Now Britain. Warner, Schiffer Duggnn First. rush. Hope Marking Second rush. Griffith Jean ('enter. (iardner Holderness Halfback. Sutton , Pence Goal. First Period, Won hy Caged by Time. New Rrilnln Duggnn l:i:o5 Second Period. New Britain Holriorness 9; is Tilled Period. New Haven Schiffer :1(l New Haven Hone. 2;1,1 New Britain ....Jean 1:05 New Haven Hone 5:2!) New Haven Schiffer 5:30 Score, New Haven 1, New Britain .'I; rushes, Warner 1, Schiffer 4, Duggnn 5: stops, Sutton 19, Pence 35; foul., Gard ner; referee. Rorty; timer, Schreck; at tendance, sno. Bmi;i:porT wins. Bridgeport. Nov. "0. Bridgeport easily defeated Providence to-night, 1" to I. The Line-up: ISrlilgrporl. Position. Providence. Lewis Curtis l-'irst Hush, Huberts McGilvray Second Hush. Canavnn Menard Outer. Carrlgnn , Hardy Halfback. Harper Mnllnry ('on I. flush's, Lewis 12. Curtis 5; stops. Harper Til, Mnllnry 4; foul, Lewis; referee, Lrahy. MTIII It P.IM l.TS LAST VHillT. At Kail Kiv.r Kail Hiver 11, Worcester 5. with Tin: rm.o plyi;hs. l.cuis of Teddy Hears Props P.annnn Lends (.nallends. The past week has be n nil eventful one among the polo pin vers nf the Xntional league. Lewis of the Teddy Bears has been relegated to second position nninng the rushers, while Lin coln of the Worcester dam has sujier sded him. Wniner. the local rusher, comes in third, while "Dutch'' Schif fer ranks eight. The league records follow: of rushers in the !'. 1 1 :i 1 1 l I Lincoln, W IS!) 4!i I Lewis, Bridgeport . . 1 fi!) s2 I Warm r, N. I .Ml s j lligglns. K. P. K.l 41 I Puugan, N. B 1 :!!) 5:1 I Jason. B 1 24 51 j Curtis, ITnv ll f Schiffer. N. H 10fi lit ('unnliv.'ham. Paw. ,. its 4S j Mci 'arih;-, K. H. ... S'J T.7 ' Pone, N. H 27 4i j Thompson. !'. H. ... 1 " 1 The records of goaltetiders follow: , S. M K. PC ,20 o 1 Shot Surprises Hool,lri III IMtmnn, Paw....1.isii 117 .1 .Jn; ; s ui nnr,M,.:x sU. Harper. Bdgp. . . :! 1 '.':: 1 v!) , Sutton, N. II M5 lift :: .S).S : iiakluid. Cal , Nio. ::.- Kig.-n. Mallory, Prov. , . . S7 112 2 .dsn ! 2" to 1. proved the surprise at Knierv- Ca.' hman, K. H... Sli2 I '.'.'! . s 7 c. ' il ! to. lay w h -n h.. won 'he s cop I .Mitchell, W 111" l c T . S 7 2 race from Aplo (iroand ll il. t. Hilly pence, N. i :,:,7 1::.' . v r. i i Mm i- f.il In the llrst raee, but C. Wi!- Cusiok, t ;i;i7 ,;7 ; ,s ',7 j li 1 ms. who was riding in a race for I'HWK D. NK'LSON (()A( H. Will Ixiol, After the Prmiiiillc Tniln Ing High School Senior. I'rank P. Nelson of West Haven has beep appointed couch for the senior class dramatics nt the New Dawn hisrh school this winter, lie Is also coaching a cast which will present a play in West Haven, pee, mhi r In and 11. DRIVES FOR THE CAGE. Don't like the way In which (iardner follows up Dugsnn, Ilie New Hrltnln ruHher. The light-haired hoy from thej bank wrecking town Is ton rust for any i of tho halfbacks In the league and the ! only way they can keep him from playing circles around them Is to hold 1 him. Hone Is quite a man when It comes to tlelng the score. Twice In one gnnie Is enough to hold any rusher in the league. Three cheers for "Dutch" Schiffer! When it comes to rallying; around the flag- why the hoy from Merlden Is cer tainly the only one to be selected to lead. Tim big boy from New Britain, namely Jean, wns all in In Ihe third period. He Appeared content to wait for the bull and when It came bis way Just swatted It without attempting to rush it. Pence put up a good exhibition in goal for the visitors last evening. Were it not for his watchfulness the score might have been materially changed. Lewl.s nf the Teddy Bears had to give way to Lincoln among the msh rs from his performance last week. Warner is well up nninng the leaders. PPT PTI OIT. l'iidcr of Ynlo SHlmnilng Tenm His- qunllllcd by SliclT. l'aciilty. Captain Kdward C. M. Hlch.irds of the Yale swimming team has been disqualified by the Shetlleld sclentillc school faculty from participation in Yale athletics for t.'ie present, and ie probably will be unable to swim in the first meet of the sca.son, which takes pinco next Saturday. This Is a se vere blow to the team, and Is further added to by the loss of Howe, a Shelf. ! freshman, and a brother of Captain ; 11. A. 1 lowe of Lie Yale crow, i The disqualification of Hlchards. the i Sheff. faculty .say. is not permanent. ; and he will be able to swim in meets nfter Christmas at any rate. But the action has an Influence on the chain i plnnship of the eastern colleges for 1 Hlchards has always be.:i a sure point gainer. ' At a recent meeting o' t ie luteieol ! legiate swimming assoi iail.iti nh'h- ' fll'ds was elected president of the is I soclntion. and P.obert Moses, also nf f I" I Yale, was elected secretary. Mnsis ; presliletit ,,!" the Vale swimming as eiati'in, and look tile initiative in .forming the minor athletic bagnc la.it ; spring. : Th work 011 the new Carnegie I, which was started late in the summer, Is being carried on ratjidh. and tile rear of the g . mnla -iiini is taking on a fairly preventable appearance. Tie pool will be compbiH 111 the spring. HI si I TS AT I Ml:m 1 1,1.1 ;tlie llrst time, escaped injury ! Inner nf the four! a ! ace. i up from S.'OO to $1,2 iti) by S I n ell, w ho bought 1I111. Nad, 1. ! w.m bid il. Bed- - im: - Km- i First race, 1; t'lirbui ma C, 1 07. Ketiig. m to 1 Priceless Jewel. 1 "7. Huvton 1 second ; l-'a ncy. third. Time, 1 ' Second raci . Ing: Kigent, !)!. ; opto ( )ro. 1 1 1I. llazlet. 1 -1 s . M ' Time, 1:1.1 4-5. 107. Bull r. ell, 1 4. Futurity cour II- : Huxtoii. 2ft to 1 , w mi ; Miller. H to 1, sei mid; Carth. !' to 2, tftird. Afleruialb. Ma b 1 it.,1- I Third rac I 1 I 4. alsh. lander, I ft!) ! ond; Krank '. mile, selling; I fi to 5, w on ; '.. Sullivan. 1 Lubbock. HI!), Time. J : t J I- 7 to 5 sec- Macbeth, 11 to 5, third, i ! hi rt 1 rn mile and a quarter: ii an. 17 to j let'. S to 1, ; . H'ilig. S 1-5. Lady selling; Nadz'i, 111, F. Sul 1ft. won; Kulletta. I 10. Mi second; L. ('. Ackerly, 1 ft to 1, third, Time, 2;0K Alicia. Hotr in. Huapala, Milllry Man. and Clnwrlnnd llnis n-d as named. I'lfth race, mile: Hi fonerdale. 1 1 I, Miller. 5 to ::, won: Flapa, lit, Wnlh. 21 to 5. second ; Carnielina, Kin. Helis, 15 to 1, third. Time, I : n. May L. N.. Knmsack, Steel Mine and Iniadcr ran. Sixth race. 5 1-.' furl on '.; Collector .L'ssup. 10.1. McCarthy, li to 5. won; Strike out, 1'pton, 13 to I, sei nnd; TwillKht (Jueen. !)'J, Hussell, S to 1, third. Time, I; n :i-5. J. C. Core, K. Nuycui, Purse Hose, Hill Faton and Hoyal N. also ran. M Y MOTOIU Y( LI) lti:( ()HP. Los Angeles. Nov. !10. - Fred Huyck's motorcycle turned I lie Ascot Park oval yesterday In 5H seconds for one mile, which l. one second faster than the world's record of 54 seconds that he al ready held. With a standinp start he made the first mile of ten In 1:01, which was Another world's record, and for live miles he had another to his credit In 4: XV I'lSII, IIAItY I!P, CAITUV. i'ninbrne,n, Mass., Nov. .'10. Hamil ton Fish, Jr., nf ( larrlsoti-oti-t lie-1 1 ud soti, N. Y,, a nieniher of the class of l!in. 'cas una nniously eleiied cnptaln of the Harvard football for tic jit year. Fi.-ii has pla.ied tackle nn the varsity line for yen rs. today team fight I wo For reliable publication of Sporting News send your communications to the Sport ing Editor of Journal-Courier. J'OOTIIALL'S TOLL. 11)08, Total deaths Total Injured M College players killed High school players killed.... Athletic members killed .... College players Injured 1 High .school , players Injured., Athletic members Injured.... Principal Injuries. Broken collar bones Broken legs ! Broken arms Broken jaws .Broken noses Broken rllis ( Individ mils) .... Concussion of the brain Torn ligaments, sprains, etc... PislocatcilS shoulders Lockjaw Insanity M iscel la neons teeth knocked out, scalp wounds, cuts light Year Itivord. Year. Deaths. 11101.. 7 1 0 2 . .13 liHI.1. . I 1 III04 ..II I n .1 . J Year. Pcntlis, TnJ. T4ilfi()5 . .2 4 200 1 OS. 11)0(1. .11 li'.O li.TlfiOT. .15 K,H 2tB 1 DOS, .11 204 WORLD'S RECORD AT A. A. U. MEET McDonald, of Irish-American A. C, Sets New Figures for Throwing 5 6 -Pound Weight. MELVIN SHEPPARD BEATEN Olympic riRiu (limnplon Huns Second by Yards In 1.000-Ynrd Him Sheridan Strains Self. I j Madison Square (Inrdi tl, New York, Nov. :'.ii. (Hie world's record nnd two I indoor records were broken on the I';: st night of the A. A. 1'. Indoor championship meet In .Madl:nn Square Harden to-night. Patrick .Mcpnnald of the Irish-American A. C, set pew figures tor throwing tho fid-pound v.eleht for heluht, ImiilnR it up Id i feet H-S Inches, 5 3-S Indies betti r j than M. .1. MeCJrnth's (iRiires last year. ; .Mcllratli bettered his old recotd, wln ; nlm; second place with 1 5 feet, S j inches. .i Ivln Sheppard, the olym 1 pic champion, was licit en elttht. n rds In the I.11MO j a rd run by Harry (!ls ; slnit, the time L':2u li.int; a new i Indoor lecnld. ; M p. prison! of the -Mercury A C. of Yonkers wop the two-mile run in the ' record time of !) minutes. '.'H J-5 seconds n new Indoor record - ami but 11-5 of a second slower than tlie American outdoor record, j Mai tin J. Slierldnn, lifter winnlni; Hie S ill, sllotpllt, fell on Ills shoulder after I vaulting and suffired n sever,, strain of a llnanienl. !e will be iinalde to i compete to-niorriHi niclu. The points aeofed for I lie flf'l nicht hows the Irish-American A. C. in the I lead hy a lame maiRln. The clubs ; stand III (lie following order: Irish-American A. ( A ('.. Jft: IM.-! line 'A. A., fi; Mercury A. ('., !; New York 1'.. II: Boston a. 5; unattached, 5; oklyn Y, M. C. A , (lordon House A. Mohawk A. (, I; !n 3; I'tinceton A. A., 1 A . I. Xftft- a rd run Final won l.orland, Pastime A. ('.; J by I.eroy .1. Hosen second: .1. ('., third; ('., fourth. I berK, Il ish-.Vnieiican A. C, 1 ' M''Futee. New V"tk A. Cocuins, Pnsilme A. j Time. ?,: L'-5 seconds. Throwinu 5fi-lb. weight - Won hv P Mcponalil, Irish-American V. ('., IS feet nnd :i-S of nn ln-h; M J. Mcllratli, New York A. C 15 feet 10 Inelies; S. P. Illlles. New York A. C, 5 feet; M. .1. Sheridan, lrlsli-Amerlcnn A. ('.. II feet !) Inches. Slaiulinjt; broad Jiimp Wi:! by P. Adams, New York A. '., will 10 feet fi inches; J. A. Hlller. Hrooklyn, Y. M. C. A., Ifl feet, n itichs, second; H. Tomp kins, liisb-Ainerican A. ('., In feet, 1 3-4 Inches, third; M. J. Sheridan, Irish Ameiican A. C, !) feel, H l-1 Inches, fourth. HunnitH: Inch Jump Won by H. F. Porter, Irish-Amcticnn A. ('., with fi feet; II. A. Ccdncy, Huston A. A., nnd II. .1. (liumplet. N. Y. A. C tied for second with 5 feet, 11 Inches; Con j Leahy, Cork, In land, fourth, 5 feet, 10 Indies. In tlie Jump off II. A. J -i I -I ncy w-on second place, I Putllni; the elRht pound shot Won i by Martin J. Slierldaii. Irish-American A. C, with HI feet, fi -.' Inches; W. j W, Cue, Huston. A. C., second, lift feet, i l inches; J. J. Klllott, Irish-American A. C third, 5!1 feet, !) inelies; A. K. pearhorn. N. Y. A. C, fourth, 5S feet, :! Inches. Seventy-'lve ynnl dash Finn I heat, won hy Itobert (inunhan, lrish-Anier-Icnn A. C; J. !'. o'Connell, N, Y. A. i'., scciuid; I!. Heed, (lordon A. A., third; F. Luki inan', Montreal A. A,, fourth, 'lime, 7 4-5 seconds, '.'"ft-ynrd hurdle race- Won by J. .1. Mller, liisli-Americnn A. ('.; .!. J. Don ahue, Irish-American A. (',, second; M. PwIkIK, Princeton A. A third, only three men started. Time, "i L'-5 seconds. HunnliiK hop, step and Jump Won by P. Ada Ills., . N, X. A. ('., 45 feet, 4 inches; M. J. Sheridan, Irish-American A. (',, second, CI feci, !l Inches; 1 1, Ahenrne, Irish-American A. (',, third, 4 :i fi et, li 1-1 inches; .1. F. i i'i 'onnell, N. Y. A. C, fourth, 42 feet, la 1-1 Inches. Two mile run Won by Mike Pricoll. Men tin A . ( '. : Tom ( 'ollins, lii.li 'Niueiieaii A. ('. e nnd; (eorne ', Hon lint, Irish Ann rkun A C. third, J. T. Klsele, New York A. C. fourth. Time, 9:2S 2-5. 1.100 yard run -Won by Harry Glss ing, unattached; Mclvin w. Sheppard, Irish American A. C, .second; W. Berk em, X. Y. A. C. third: K. .1. Kmin, Pant line A, C, fourth. Time 2 minutes, 20 seconds. One-mile walk -Won by S. Lleh gold, Irish-American A. C; K. Klsen nlng. Mohawk A. '., second; B. Mann, Pastime A. C third; L. l.lehgnld, Irish-American A. C, fourth. Time, 7:17 415, Pole vault, for distance Won by W. A. Mc Leod, 1 lish-Aiiieiica n A. C, with 2H feet !l 1-2 Inches; M. .1. Sheridan, Irish-American A. 0., second, 2(1 feet 5 Inches; J. llanbrook, Mohawk A. C third, 25 feet ! :i-4 Inches; .1. V, Ben nett, Princeton A, A., fourth, 24 feet 4 1-2 Inches. .Martin Sheiiilan, Ihe world's cham pion pole vmilter for distance, while competing la theji'venl fell and strain ed 11 ligaaienl III. his left, shoulder. Sheridan le'.l after tmiklnu a leap, Tlie accident, 11 mlou )l oil I prevented the hero of the Alliens Olympiad from scor ing Ihe greslest number of Individual points for the first niglil of tlie lilg meet. He had Pip; lit. to Ills credit when he met wllli Ills second accident, which will put him out of the meet, for he will not he aide 10 compete to-morrow, Tom Longboat, the Indian runner, who Is practically matched to meet Pnri.iidn. (lie Italian, in a long distance rare, arrived In Ihe (inrden after the 75 yard dasli lind been run. Ho receiv ed an ni at Ion. AI'STK AMAN'S KKF.P OTP. Wrljrlil Won but Alexander Iml In Conicst for Diivls Cup. Melbourne, Nov, ,10. Tlie Austral Inn plnycrs to-day won the Pavis cup, finally defeating Messrs. Wrlcht and Alexander, the American contestants. Two slrcles matches wrie j lnyed to day. The first was betwien Norman Uronkes, Australia, and Heals C. Wrlcht. Aiiierlcn, nnd the second be tween A. F. WIMIn',', Australia, nnd F. H. Alexander, America. Hrookes lost to Wiiffht, but Wllilin? beat Alex ander, and ns It wns necessary for the Americans to win both these con tests In order to take the cup back to the 1'nited States, the famous trophy will remain here. In his (irst set with Wriht Hrookes showed splendid judgment, in placing, and the score wns (! II. The second set was keenly contested, both men serving beautifully; score, fi H. The third set was a hard tifiit, nnd re sulted In a victory for the American, score, 7 5. in the fourth set It was seen that Hrookes was getting tired; Wright's service nnd volleying were admirable, nnd he won, ti 2. It wns now- two sets nil. The final set wns tone drawn out nnd hnrd fought, but Wright was eventually the winner, hy 12 1ft. Wilding beat Alexander fi 3. fi 4, 6 1. the latter being outpaced and outclassed, while Wilding showed re markable neeuracy. The day was Intensely hot. and the men played in a dar'.IIng sun. The nttendnnce was very Inrge, the grounds being rowded to their fullest en pnelty. Melbourne, Nov. 3ft. Tlie Argus, referring to the Australian victory In the tennis competition on such a nar row margin, says that never before has such good P nnis been seen in the southern hemisphere, nnd that the visitors haie proved what tine sports men are American gentlemen. i:sii.h i,i;;rr, mi:kn;. Owners to Meet December in Xew ork I Ml I li li in Silent. New York, Nov. !10. President P. T. rowers, of the Kastern Haseball haguc, issued a call to-dny for a meeting In this city, December fi, of the owners of the clubs of that league nnd of the American association to ratify and carry out recommendations presented by the committee appoint ed nt F.ullaln a fortnight ago relative to the appial of the National com mission for higher classification. These two orcani.al iops. which bolted the National association at Its meet ing in Chicago contend that they do not w Is'n Independence- hut took the action they did to pain privileges which they consider essential. resident Harry Pulliani of the Na tional bagtie, who returned to-day from a. Ions vacation In the west. when iiiesl loiied as to lite probable notion of the National commission in the matter, declined to make any statement, saying be had been too long out of touch with baseball nf I'airs. The National commission will meet here next week. I'lltST IMlOOH SHOOT. The first Indoor prize shoot of the Independent Herman Pile company was held last evening their range, Crown street. a large number participated In the shoot. Following are, some nf the scores; It. pobergot., 71: H. Schulz, 73; A. Petzch, 72; K. Halm, fiS; J. Seliant, fifi; C. A. HneotHlinl, ti5; J. Mohr, fi.",; H. Class, fi,-,; c. I.lchti nsteln, H4; C. Hnhn, fi.1; A. Lenkcnbach, H2; H. Konold, fi:!; N. 'Andrews, HO; W. jr. Radon, 60; J. A. Hroner, BO; A. Luhennw, 5!l. TOHIN. PAimiOlTH. CAPTAIN. Hanover, N. H-, Nov. 30.--Clark Wal worth Toliin, '10, of Host on, w as to night unanimously elected captain of Ihe Dartmouth football team for 1909. Tohln has played on the college font bnll team for three years as left guard. He .s six feet one Inch in height and weighs 195 pounds. SI LLU H 'TPOINTKD. Plnghnmtnn, N. Y., Nov, lift, He. fore the Rljnu A. C, of this city to night "Haiiein Tommy" Murphy and "Paddy" Sulllian, both of New York, fought, six rounds, Although Murphy j outpointed his opponent, Sullivan was about a inn till for him. "I liei; .111111 pardon," said Ihe man a! J ihe ha 11, "but woo hi imi uiiml I el I i nn' me who HihI d isl res.-i nl y iikIv woiiki'i is" She's lie .iwlnievt r i 1 u 1 1 1 eve i s-i w ; she ilaii'-i-i like r nv. and she nppea rs l-i ha e - hi ,,;,, W h Is she'.'" " Tin v()-r," ,inswei"il ihe other ill l II. ' bill I'I e g Ii. spoil II sl'-'i-li I Joke. Sli. iv-n i mi wife I never i.iW her i-elorc." Exchange YALE HOCKEY PLANS Elis Looking Forward to An other Championship Team This Winter. SCHEDULE IS ANNOUNCED Christmas Trip to riU.sliiirjs to 'J'nkcn Probnbln Mnke-l'p of (lie. Tenm. Since the winning of the champion ship from Harvard last spring interest In hockey at Yale has revived con siderably and ns a result there will bo a large number of candidates out for the tenm next week at the call of Captain Heron. Most of the practic ing will be done nt the St. NMcholas rink. New York, where all the cham pionship games will be plnyed. Prob ably one tenm will ho taken on here ns Inst year when the .M. I. T. team played Yale at Ihe rwn club grounds. The Yale tenm has a good neucleus from Inst yenr, the principal losses being Cnptaln Stanley, Prlscoll end Charlie Williams, the baseball play er. From last year's tenm there Is left John K. Heron, O rover C. Fein and Lcn Stanley, forwards, and Henry A. Howe, who Is nlso captain of the crew, goal. H. 8. King tins a good chance to become point this year and promising candidates for other posi tions are F. H. Olmstoad, the base ball manager, C. W. Howard, and Ford Johnson, the football quarter back. From last year's freshman team there, comes a likely lot of ma terial, Ted Lllley, the football tackle, Hob Peniing nf this city, Sterling Mar tin, the swimmer, O. K. Melntyre, the baseball player, and C. 0. Minks. The hockey tenm will take a Christmas trip this year contrary to the usual custom. December 4 the team will p'ny tho Wanderers at St. Nicholas rink, and commencing with December .10 there will bo four games In Pittsburg, two with Corntil, one with the Carnegie Institute of Tech nology, and (mn with the Y'ale alumni. After that there will be a gnme In New York agnlnst the Crescents. The Intercollegiate schedule Is as follow s: January fi Princeton vs. Columbia. January !) Harvard vs. Columbia, January 14 Vale vs. Dartmouth. January 2ft Dartmouth vs. Colum bia. January 22 Dartmouth vs. Prince ton. January 2" Yale vs. Columbia. February fi Yale vs. Princeton. February fi Dartmouth vs. Har vard February 13 Harvard vs. Yale. All the championship matches will be played nt St. Nicholas rink, vorxo vt-tts wiv. Tnke Three Straight Games from Cen tral Y. M. ('. A. Players. At the R. It. Y. M. C. A. alleys ln.st night the Young Vets captured three straight games from the Central Y. M. C. A. players. Wsrley wns high man with a score of S44. He also won high single with 21ft. Score: Yoiiiitr Vets R. R. Y. f r. a. m- 544 Warley 21ft 143 145 10ft 200 Mamske . Robinson Porto .. .. Jiicohsun 170 151 ir.5 1111 506 HIS- 523 1(10 10 j 893 739 87725ft! Otit.rn I Y. f. A. ! Anderson 114 144 104 3!2 I Mcliure l.ifi 148 161 465 I .(acobson lfil 161 I Abels 1 15 143 25R ! Frick 150 !17 192 439 Hill 1 19 127 142 41S j 760 631 742-2133 J V. V. n. C. TAKK THRH'.K. The Y. M. R. C. City league team had 1 but. little trouble In disposing of tho j Westvllle tenm Inst night taking three I straight games. Morgan was high sln I gin with 215, while Putney wn.s high ! roller with 567. The score follows; V. M. 11, V. Chili. Short . Powell 182 19 177 528 .(3 186 199 528 182 189 196 57 179 1S7 135- 501 1fi4 158 145 4fi7 S50 887 852-2591 Kelle Wesfville, I Morgan 215 199 136 550 Hrooks 147 16S 157 470 j (Sonde 155 158 JfiS 481 R. Shuniway .... 122 -- . 122 C. Shumway .... 155 167 156 509 (InrTncy 1 10 187 296 794 832 8042430 ill'llliHS CAVF, WIN TWO. (it'll. Hale. Finnegaii .' 151 151 159 461 Summers 178 185 179 542 Lyons 158 132 202 492 Heady 123 110 15A 383 Mueller 171 J47 170- 488 781 725 8602366 .Fudges Cave. Bowman 183 1 19 147 - 449 McClellan 123 159 1 19- 401 Hausch 195 110 154 4S!l Siiioonlolier 20ft 1 78 211 - 589 Lennox 166 157 192- 515 SIT '-''3 823--2'l4:i Schocnlolu-r high single with 211 and high three sitings of 5S!i. IJKI'IT TO I'HillT Sl'MMKItS. London, Nov. 30. -Jimmy lirill, the San Kranclscn ligiit.w ejKht and Johnny Summers, the KugH.sli lightweight are nnanitiiig to tight I'ehruarv 2:' for a purse of Jt.niii) offered by t.lnj National Sporting club, TOURNAMENT OPENS Competition for Intercity Indi vidual Championship Opens To-night in New York, EIGHTEEN BOWLERS IN IT Among Theni (;ien Riddell, Alex Dun bur, Johnny Kelson, Billy Ileitis mnl Others. The fifth annual bowling compe'.U Hon for the Hrooklyn Daily Eagle medal nnd the Greater New York In-ter-clty individual championship start this evening with eighteen contestants in New York city. JSaeh howler meets the other In a homo and home series, best six out of eleven games In each mate!), In this way there will remain, but little doubt as to the real winner of the title at the conclusion of the tournament. The competition Is considered the blue ribbon event In the howling cir cles of Greater New York and the winner Is the acknowledged champion of the city. Much Interest locally will be center ed In the outcome of the competition as a number of Eastern league bowl ers, who hnve appeared here this year, are entered In the contest. The eighteen contestants are composed of six from Brooklyn, eight from Man hattan, two from tho Bronx and two from Newark. Among the New Yorkers entered are Glen Riddell, who by hlg pleasing manner and clever rolling, quickly made a number of friends here; Alex Dunbar, who rolled the Individual event here some two weeks ago, and Fred Pump, Jr., and W. Helna, who also made Jila appearance here with that 1eam. A Brooklyn Bowler of note, who undoubtedly will be favored by local acquaintances, Is John P. Nelson. Nelson rolled against Charlie John son on the Tuxedo alleys last Friday night, and took four game out of the series. Those who watched him roll say that he Is one of the prettiest and best Individual bowlera seen on the local alleys. The favorite In the competition, however, la "Jimmy" Rmlth of New York, who for the past three years has been the champion. To gain the honor this year he will undoubtedly have to work hard, as there are many of tho bowlers who are anxious to gain the title he now holds. Other bowlers entered In the tournament are William Linden, Albert 8ch.we.bke, John Koster, William W. Welngart.h Lee n. Johns, John J. Voorhels, George J. Haller, C. B. Horan, Garri son Morris, William Durkln, Jr., Louis Westphal and Charles Luhrs. WITH THE BOWLERS Kllzabeth rolls at New York to-day In the Eastern league series. The New Jersey howlers have made a very good showing In the individual and two-men events, find will give tlie mnnhattan pin splitters a hard rub, To-morrow Trenton visit Newark, and as the latter team is tied with the local and New Brunswick teams for first place In the flve-men event for match will be watched with consider able Interest. Hartford State leaguers , at the Academy alleys to-night. Local boys say nothing but three straight will do. All eyes on the Brooklyn Dally Eagle's medal competition. It carries with It the Individual championship nf Greater New York. Either Johnny Nelson or Glen Riddell will suit a .number of New Haven followers of the sport. In the City league to-night the Sterlings roll at the Y. M. R. C. aU leys. Rnymond, of the Winchester Bowl ing association, won the box of Caves offered by the Y. M. P. C. alley man agement to the man rolling high sin gle during the month of November. His score, 239, did the trick. The local Nutmejrgera go to Water bury this evening. To the Winchester association bowl, er scoring high single In practice, the . M. R. C. alley management has de cided to glve a $5 gold pleoe. GLEE OH'R CTTATIiKXOES. The Washington Glee club would like to arrange a game with the All New Havens for this Saturday or Sun day. MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY. IHOMAS-DETROir cars and Runabouts. W. 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