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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1908.
TWO LEWIS BOYS TRAINING HARD DORANDO STARTS SIX-DAY GRINDERS Marathon Runner Fires Pistol Shot at 12:05, Sending Bike Riders Away for Sixteenth Annual Contest. ' Harry at Stratford and Willie in West Haven Lose No Time in Getting Into Shape for Coming Bout. TRAIN DESPITE SABBATH Both Boys, Faithful to Tlirlr Task, Stop for Nothing Willie Goes to Church In Morning; Hurry Goes on the Road. That the coming twelve round bout between the two Lewis boys, Harry and Willie, which Ih to he pulled off at the Grand opera Ikiuho ono week from to-night, under the auspices of the Edgewood A. C. of this city will he one of the hardest fought battles that local followers of thu sport will ever witness In this state, Is the con sensus of opinions of those who have seen both the scrappy welterlng welghts at their training. And not a single day goes by but what each of the two camps Is visit ed hy a large number of tho friends of the boxers who almost generally express an opinion of surprise at tho fast and clever manner In which they have developed. Down at Captain Hond's hotel on the bank of the Hous atonlc at Stratford. Harry Lewis and his corps of trainers hold forth. Kvory morning Harry and his spar ring partner, Joe Thomas, take to the road and for almost an hour and a liajf they raise tlte dust of the roads of the Stratford In working out their eight mile run. At their return they are met by their trainers, "Jack" Dia mond taking the welterweight boxer In charge while "Bill" Ney looks after Thomas. The gymnasium work of the two commences at exactly half past two and for one hour not a single minute ;ls wasted by tho pair. Beginning with light bag punching and winding up with a fast three or four round go after which the two are consigned to the care of their trainers, once more, things In the camp hum. At the Hotel Uncas on Campbell avenue In West Haven, Willie Lewis and bis cohorts are sheltered. The real work of the day begins when he Is sent out on the West Haven roads about ten o'clock In the morning, Jeff. Doherty, the local boy, following close behind. On a number of clays both boxers are accompanied by several local boys who are In training for a number of minor goes that they have on. The gymnasium work commences at a quarter to three In the afternoon and for an hour or an hour and a quarter the medicine ball as well as the bag Is made to fly around In great style. The day's work Is wound up with several short bouts, a three round go with Jeff. Doherty, a two round go with "Spike" Hlckey and on a num ber of occasions "Wallle" Altleery is put on with Willie for two rounds. From personal observation and in spection by a number of the friends of. both of the boxers It had developed that never In their life have they trained as faithfully as they are now training for their bout. Giving them selves over to their trainers and liv ing a strictly model life the boys at the present time appear fit and capa ble of giving the other the battle Of his life. That eah boy will go In the ring . on the night of the contest determined to stop the other long before the final gong Is their common Intention and from the views and remarks of their trainers it looks as If some one of the two was going to drop when they meet on next Monday night. The fact that the day was Sunday had no effect on the training of "Wil lie" Lewis, who Is quartered at the Hotel Uneas in West Haven, preparing for his go with Harry Lewis on the fourteenth of December, at the Grand opera house. Although he did not go out on the road In the morning, go Ing to church Instead, which he al ways does, he made up for the slight laxity, when ho started his gymnasium work.' Starting first with the light medicine bag he commenced an hour's hard work. Then followed tho light bag after which' he sparred with Jeff. Dohorty for three fast rounds. After Jeff,' Spike Hlckey was then taken on for two rounds and the exhibition of both boys showed up woll for the two fighters. Wallle Altleery was then taken on for two rounds and he kept the New Tork welterweight hop ping for the limit. After tho sparring Wllle then Indulged In shadow boxing after which his trainer, Ira Holley, took him In charge, giving him a thorough rubbing down. His gymnasium work was slightly impaired owing to the large number of spectators that crowded his quarters about two hundred looking on. HpeuiHl io the Journal-Courier.) Stratford, Dec. 6. Harry Lewis, who Is quartered at Captain Bond's hotel here, did not lot up a singlo bit in his training for his go with Willie Lewis at the Grand opera house In New Haven on December 14. Begin- nlng with his eight ntllo regular morn ing Jog and ending up with an hour's gymnasium In the afternoon the rigid ity of training in week days was stolid ly lived up to. The gymnasium . work started at half past two, with both the welter weight and champion and Joe Thomas smashing tho light and heavy bags, after which they used the medicine ball. Then came three rounds of sparring In which the order of affairs was to give and take, Harry not tempering his welts while ThomaB mixed It up considerably with Lewis. After the bout, both boys were given a rubbing down by their trainers and the work for the day was ended, Harry Lewis is down to about 1 4 S pounds and his trainer, Jack Diamond, says that when ho weighs In a week from to-morrow at Fitzgerald and Ma lone's cafe, he will tip the scales at about 145. During tho coming week the sparring champion will bo in creased gradually and by Thursday it Is hoped to have them hitting It off at a six round clip. That Harry 'Lewis will go Into the ring on tho night of the fight in a condition In which he never Wore en tered the. ring Is tho opinion of many who have seen liini In other fights. COMPETITION STARTS WELL. Many High Seoresln Individual Chant ptonxhlp Ujico of New York City. Twelve series have been rolled during the past wepk In the Greater New York Individual championship for the Brook lyn Dally Kagle nifdn l. Seven of the twenty-four totals have been good for 200 average or better and both Johnny voorhols and l,oo n. Johns have realiefl 213. High score goes to Johnny Nelson with 262. There- have been some surprises to date and from the work done hy tho twelve who have competed, the contest this season promises a keen struggle for the hon ors. Jimmy Smith, and Johnny Voorhels have each won two series without a de feat, while Dunbar with one victory has also n. clean slate, George Hal.ler, Charlie I.uhrs, Al. Schwebke, I-ee It. Johns, Whltey Uoran and WllUe iDur kln, hnve each won and lost. Billy Welngarth, Fred Bump, Garry Morris, Billy Helns, Billy Linden and Louis Westphnl have all lost the only series In which they rolled. John Koster and Glen Ttlddell have not competed yet but will get. a start this week. Considering that new pins are being used and that the bowling season has been rather late In getting into full swing the scores to date, are remarkable. Great interest Is being manifested In the matches and large crowds are present at all the alleys. PAWTUCKET HERE Whether or Not Local Polo Quintet Will Stay in Second Place to Be Decided. MANY CHANGES SATURDAY 1 a Hesult of Games New Britain .lumps to Fourth Position, I'nll River Propping. (By OfflHnl Scorer.) NATIONAL l.KAGUK STANDING. Won. Lost p.e. Bridgeport 17 S .6.14 Xew Ha vcu 1" 11 .no" I'awtuckrt IT U .607 Xew Britain IS 14 ,nl7 Fall River 14 14 .500 Providence 1 2 13 .480 Brockton 10 in .345 Worcester 7 20 .259 Whether or net the local polo quintet will remain In second position is the question that will come tip for consid eration this evening at the Qulnnlplac rink when the New Haven team meets the Pawtucket boys. The visiting ag gregation won a hard fought game from the Providence team on Saturday night and as the lorais had no game scheduled the Rhode Islanders were thus enabled to advance on them and j tlo tho standing. j The .Pawtucket five has put up a fast game all year and unrtouhte lly will give the Boneyards a hard tussle for the gome. When It comes to putting up a fast game the New Haven team takes a back seat from no team In the league and is evidenced by the fact that they are but 47 points behind the league leaders and have neon putting up an all round championship game. Dicky Pierce will undoubtedly give Fido Sutton a whole, lot of tvouhte this evening when he gets started and from the late results of that man's work things sre humming around the cages when he gets poking at the sphere. Now Britain Won. New Britain, Dec. B. The New Brit ain polo team defeated Fall River In the fastest fjame of the season so far at Hanna's armory to-night by the score of 4 to 8. The feature of the game -was the excellent work of Cash man at. goal for Fall River. The rush ing of Duggan and Harklns was the feature of the home tenm's playing. Thrr. xrnn.lH fell nut for "Vntv "Pipit!, in I while but one tell out for Fall River. Hlgglns, the crock Fall River player, was sick and his absence was seriously felt hy his team. It was announced, confirming the ru mors to that effect, that on Christmas day the New Britain team will be transferred to New Bedford. The line up: New Britain. FUlI Itlver. Duggan, Swanson Thompson First Rush. ( Harklns McCarthy Second Rush. Jean Farrell Center. Holderness O'Hara Pence , Cashman C.onl. Summary- New Britain 4. Fall River 3: rushes, Duggan 7, Thompson 3; stops. Pence 3. 'Cashman 61; referee, Rorty; timer, MciDermott; attendance, 1,000. Saturday Night Results. At Brockton Worcester 4, Brockton 3. At Pawtucket Pawtucket 2, Provi dence 1. .YALE FIVE TBI. VIM EI). Tho Yale varsity basketball five was no match for tho basketball shooters of tho College of the City of New York, who trimmed the Ell team by a score of 32-7. PRINCETON WINS. Princeton opened the baskutl.mil sea son at home Saturday with a victory over Fordham by thu score of U!)-2A. "Time If money," I dueled once To Hllonqi tny chattering daughter; "But lt' very little papa." she said. "Three mouths only nuilte n uuarter.' 'Exchange. Champion Six-Day Bicycle Team and Scene in Madison Square Garden Race Ars Jbi lorn ;i- M : k!y-x 4V Jrf'fT- Wd Xew York, Pec. 7. If the six-day bicycle team record of 2,733 miles and 4 laps, hung up by Miller and Wal ler in 1 99. Is ever to be beaten It loo ks as If this year's race, which starte d this morning at one minute after 13 o'clock In Madison Square Garden, would see that result. A bicycle company In Europe has offered a prize of $2,000 If any of the foreign teams can win and make a new record. This Is an Incentive for the foreign teams to do their utmost, snd of course the Am erlcans will be forced to extend them selves to the utmost. The contest should be the most exciting one that hns taken place In years. Fifteen teams are entered, Including last year's champions, Walter Butt of Germany and Johann Stol of Holland. LOCALS IN RUNNING , Eastern League Bowlers nave Good Show for First Money in Five-Men Event. TIED FOR SECOND PLACE New Brunswick Also laiinlnR I'osl , lion Newark Lend'. HronLIn Heads (he Individual. As neither New Brunswick nor New Haven had a match on In the Eastern league race last week Newark hail a chance to creep away from them and dissolve the triple tlo which existed In the five-men event. By winning three games they . ennlly secured the lead. New Brunswick, however, still holds the high team score In the race, tho standing of which follows: rive Men. Won. list. U.S. Newark IS 9 1001 New Brunswick .... 15 9 10S1 New Haven IS 9 1020 New York 14 10 1002 Brooklyn 13 11 998 Ellr.al.eth 9 12 1042 Paterson R 1 W7 Trenton 4 17 937 Brooklyn stll lends In tho Individual event but Now York and Newark are giving the bridge supporters a hard race. In the two-men event Newark leads while New York and Elizabeth occupy third place respectively, giving the, local bowlers fourth position. In the three-men event the New York pin splitters lead the way, with Brooklyn second and New Haven third. In this event the local boys are having a heart breaking race with the traders for the high score honors with the New York hoys one pin to the good. Individual. Won. Lost. IIS. Brooklyn 27 13 259 Now York 24 Pi 2(15 Newark 24 21 279 Paterson IK IV 283 Elizabeth 17 IS 128 New Haven 16 24 243 Trenton -14 21 2.16 New Brunswick 15 25 2S5 Two Men. Won. Lost. U.S. Newark 17 10 .471 New York IB 9 4li7 Elizabeth 13 9 419 New Haven 14 10 44'i Brooklyn 10 14 470 Trenton 8 13 4nfl New Brunswick 9 15 410 Paterson 7 14 421 Three Men. Won, Lost. U.S. New York 16 ' 8 698 Brooklyn It , 10 33 New Haven 13 ' 11 Pntersnn 11 10 (137 N'evv Brunswick 12 12 OS I Newark 13 14 fiC, Kllssuhetli ! 12 fiW Trenton . (I IH 52 DRIVES FOR THE CAGE. I'awtuckt to-night. The locals have hn l a rest since Friday night, and ought to land the game easily. During (lie game Friday nlgjt Bar ney Doherty was commenting on what a fine town New Haven was. If only Barney was refereelng New Britain plays at Bridgeport to night, and undoubtedly the Teddys will take tho Bank Wreckers Into camp. Friday night Fall River plays at the rink. "Wild Charlie" will he given another reception. Wiley and Bnnnon, the new men with the Pawtucket team this year, strengthened the weak spots of th team. Wiley can drive for goal as ac curately as any center In the business. The only visiting player who is al ways sure of an ovation In Pawtucket Is George Bone. The old timers have not forgotten the days when th.y cheered his clever work In the ring of tho old Auditorium, Frovldcneo Journal. Pete Woods, formerly of the New llavou club, has caught on witli one of the clubs In the New York stnU league, and according to reports, Ih playing a fust game, Rutland and Monipellor, two Vermont cities, have secured berlhn on the Empire Slain circuit. KENNEDY OPTIMISTIC cteran Conch Thinks Material Bet ter Than Wan E.ieetel. John Kennedy, the veteran coach of the Yale crew yesterday spoke opti mistically regarding the outlook for next spring. He Bald that Hie response to t liu call of Captain Ilowo for candi dates had been answered by material which seemed to be as good as usual, alllioiighit is yet. a little too early to .bulge. Tho men havo gone to work Willi a will, and sumo men who had never rowed hefurn nic doing remarkably well. This makes up lor Hie hsndleap of ImvioK a losing freshman crew last spring to choose from. The new Kugllfih Hindi will ho given a thorough Iry-oul, us It, has been greatly criticised. There Is a possibility that the English seals will he removed and the Heats from IhV old boat put In their placrH. Miss Bute Would you please pass me the butler, Ml'. KulHoni. Mr. Fulsom Willi all my heart. Miss Bute Thank you; I only asked for tho butter. Boston Transcript. BOXING NEWS As preliminaries to tho Drlscoll Grlffln bout at the Armory A. A., to morrow night, there will he a tourna ment to decide the colored llght welght championship of New England. The entries are Dick Slater, John Johnson. John Bruce and Young ilbl.s. There will be two bouts of four rounds each nnd the winners will hox four rounds to decide the cham pionship, ly addition there will bean eight-round seml-flnnl between Jim McCullongh of Belfast. Ireland, and Young Limerick of Haverhill. Charles Kltson of New York, suc ceeded In staying ten rounds to a draw with Charley Goldman of Bos ton Friday, in Savannah. Goldman carried the battle to his opponent, but the hitter's eluslveness was In his fav or nnd the decision was popular. Ad Wolgast of Milwaukee, knocked out Young Kid McCoy In the second round of what was to havo been a ten-round contest at Los Angeles on Friday night. Wolgast was matched later to fight ten rounds with Abo Attel on next Friday night at the same place, Bill Squires, the Australian heavy weight, Is after another match with Tommy Burns. Hciilres lias stated that he will challenge the winner of the Hurns-Johnson fight and that In, his belief Burns will he the man. The boxing enthusiast! of the antipodes might stand for it, but American ring followers will refuse to get excited over such a contest. Al Kaufman, Hilly Delaney's pupil, has also cabled to the referee at Syd ney, Australia, challenging tho win ner' of the Hurns-Johnson battle. Kaufman thinks that Burns will be the winner, but will not draw the color line In case the negro should win. Kaufman thinks he knows nough about the. game now to knock out either one of tho men who will box for thu heavyweight champion ship December 26. Young Corbett has started for New Oreans where ho meets Phil Brock of Cleveland, December 12, In a ten round bout. Corbett la said to have done so woll In prepurlng for the con test that ho Is confident of whipping the tough Clevelander. 1 tltm'i think the rich ara exception ally happy, No? Know many? Some. Very rich? Onu to 11 v a millions! oh, but tliey lend quite a different life from tliu really rich! To be. sure; hut still, don't you think you can tell Just as much about tho duality of molasses from a. hogshead of It as you can from a shipload'; Life. Scott- Life is a hard race to run. MoltYes; nt the end we're all out o breath. Exchange. BRIDGEPORT WINS Park City Soccer Team Takes Game from Shelton by il Goals to 2. HOW THE CLUBS STAND Local lofedonlans Win from Ansonlii hy Default New Haven's Chunccm for Pennant Very Bright. SOCCER, LEAGUE STANDING. W. U D. Pts New Haven 8 o 0 18 Anaonia ' 8 3 0 12 Bridgeport 3 2 2 i 9 Merlden 2 2 3 7 Naugatuck 3 5 ' 0 Shelton 1. 8 0 2 Two points for a win, one point for a. draw. . New Haven wins one game from Ansbnla, by default, (Sprelnl io the Journal-Courier.) Shelton. Dec. 6. Bridgeport and Shel ton were the only two teams to play In the Connecticut Soccer league yester day. The game took place on the trounds of the Shelton and was wit nessed 'by a large crowd, many going1 from both Bridgeport and New Haven to witness th game. The first thirty minutes' of play was evenly contested by both elevens, the play being of a give and take nature all Uirough this half, When the whistle sounded the score stood 3 to 1 In favor of Bridge port, but on the merits of the play ought really to have been a draw. In tho second half the Shelton players went to pieces and Bridgeport scored at will. The final score was Bridgeport It goals, Shelton 2 goals. Berry of New Haven refereed. The lineup. Bridgeport. 6helton. McQullton Thrope Goal. Harding Dunbar Fullback. Barrows Rowden Fullback. Hogg Thrope Halfback. Pennington Smith Halfback. Tcnnant Lee Halfback. Japp Horzier Forwards. Wrylsworth Williams Forwards. Ward Smith Forwards. A. Cunningham Johnson Forwards. R. Cunningham .; Rollinson Forwards. XEW HAVEN VS. AXSONTA. Anonln Team Fails to Appear and Cnledonlnns Claim the) Game. "The New Haven Caledonians, lenders In the Connecticut Soccer league Jour neyed to Ansnnla Saturday to play oft their league game with the Ansonla team. Ansonla had the gamo billed as the attraction of the season. To win or loose meant much to either team In tho race for the championship. Count ing on a stiff contest a large crowd as sembled to witness the rame, many be ing from New Haven and Bridgeport. New Haven team followed Captain Black on the field at the advertised hour for the kick off. After waiting for a reasonable length of time and the Ansonla eleven not putting in an ap pearance the referee gave tho game to Now Haven by default. The loss of this game destroys all Ansonla's chances for the pennant and the gift of two points to New Haven almost clinches the trophy for the Caledonians. Pennant Jlace. The New Haven Caledonians have only two more games to play In the league series. A win or a tie in either case will enable them for the third In succession to lay claim to the title of champions. Merlden will play at Light house Point next Sunday and tho game outfht to he a win for New Haven. So far the local team have not lost a sin gle match. , WITH THE BOWLERS George Collett has a big lead on the rest of the bowlers In the City league, when It comes to averages. His 194.fi is well above that of Charlie Johnson's. The Tuxedos lead In this league a full advantage of three games won and three lost. Hall of the Trimmers leads I ho He publican club bowlers with an average of tut. 3. French, however, has thu lienor of rolling luigh single. His scorn ot 2..(i during thu paHt week took II from Hellcy, who formerly held it. Johnson, Weber and Huber are Dut ting up a great light In an attempt to oust jimmy watt irom tne league ! VV!,'sl''!p: ni,al'J,le. la, b,,r 8le.Y,p" Plns behind the Park City bowler. Weber is nut si ana tne JJlg Uhfet is only 91. Despite Herb Banks' great rolllnir. Charles Johnson hi 1 11 holds the honor of roiling nign single with 289. Games follow: scheduled to-morrow night , Mute I.euKiin. New Havon at Hartford. Merlden at Bridgeport. Waterbuiy at Bristol. iViiUiiphV l.vHKiie. ' Hartford al. New Haven. Waterbury at, Mlddletown, Bridgeport at Stamford. Wal I Ing ford at New Britain. "It Is truo," said a friend, "that you have amassed a greut fortune. But your grammar--" "Never mind the gramnmi'," said Mr. l'uslln Stax. "Tills Is an era, of specializations. T may be weak In some, branches, hut I'm an au thority on the possessive case." Wash ington Stur, SIXTEEN TEAMS ENTERED Among Them Many Who Before llavo Faced the Starter A Number of ' Foreign as Well as Amerl can Boys Competing. New York, Dec. 7. Amid the plau dits of 10,000 spectators, little Poran do Petri, the Marathan runner, at five minutes after 12 'o'clock this (Mon day) morning, fired the shot which sent sixteen teams of American and foreign bicyclists away In the ilx- teenth annual alx day race around the big saucer-shaped board . track In Madison Square Garden, Many riders who have participated In past races again faced the starter this morning, notably Rutt and Stol, the Gorman- Holland team,- Who captured the big end of the prize last winter; , Matt Downey and Pattey Logan, Bobble Walthour and Kddle Root, Floyd Mac- Farland and Jlmmle .Moran, and Leon Georget and Victor Dupre, the French men, who made such a game finish last year. But there are several other competitors, new to American bicycle enthusiasts who by reason of their prowess abroad are considered likely to force the old timers to exert them selves to their utmost to hold their own. Among these new comer are Brocco and L&brousse, . the Italian French team, and Raber and LaFour cade, Frenchmen. Brocco recently won an enduranoe race in Italy, and Faber captured the Tour 3e Lionbar dle, In France, & race of 131 miles, and reduced the record for the event, to 7 hours 18 minutes and 81 seconds. The teams which started this morn ing follow: '', German-Holland team Walter Rutt, Germany; Johann Stol, Holland. Danish-Italian team Norman An derson, Copenhagen; Carlo VanonI, Italy. ! Dixie-Yankee team Bobby Wal thour, Atlanta, Ga.; Eddie Root, New York city. ' Inter-City team Jot. , Fogler, Brooklyn, National A. O.; Iver Law son, Chicago, The Mormons Hardy Downing, Salt Lake City; C. I Holllster, Salt Lake City. : Farmer and Messenger Boy Frank Galvln, New Milford, Conn.; George Wiley, Syracuse,' N. T. . Trans-Continental Team Fred Hill, Boston; Walter Demara, San Jose, Cal. French team Victor Dupre, Francc Leon Georget, France; Francois Faber, France; Henry Lafoureade, France. Italian-French team Maurice Broc co, Italy; Roger Labrousae, France. Australian team "Peddler" Palmer, Svduev; Gordon Walker, Sydney. , . Pacific-Atlantic team Floyd MacFan land, Saue JoRe; James Moran, Boston. Long Island tenm Eddie Ruprecht, Newark: Menus Bedell. Lynwood. Emerald Isle team Matthew Downey, Ireland; Patrick Logan, Ireland. East and West team Elmer Collins, Bonton; W. E. Mitten, Davenport, Ia. The race this year, by reason of changed In the rules, will probably be the hardest fought of Its kind since Miller and Waller, in 1899, set the rec ord for six days at 2,733 miles, i laps. In fact the rules revert to tho condi tions of that reoord-hreaklng era, for It will be a constant grind with no let ups, and to win every rider must pre vent himself from being lapped.', Several prlr.es oesines tne 'usum purses have been hung up for a; new raeniM. If the old mark goes by the board It will be after a gruelling race, for when Mller anrt waiter sec iim figures, the contest was a heart-breaking one. , The men who took the track as tB.s representatives of their teems at turn beginning or ine rnee weif; -v Rutt, Dupre. Fnber, Broceo. Moranu Walthour, Fogler, Logan. Riiprechl. Downing, Palmer, Anderson, Collins, Galvln, DcMara and Devonovltch. Professor (coming rrom ms eiuo noin- ( Ing up triumphantly his umbrella In his wife) You see, my dear Alma, how stupid are all the anecdotes about our absent-mindedness; you see, I haven't forgotten my umbrella. Mrs. Professor But, my dear, you didn't take you( umbrella with you; you left it at homo. Illustrated Bits. 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