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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COUPJER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1908.
NEW HAVEN WINS CLEAN POLO GAME FIVE OLYMPIC MEN SUSPENDED Sheppard, Bacon, Porter, Bon hag and Bellara Charged With Professionalism by A. A. U. Locals Take Measure of New Bedford Quintet in Fast and Exciting Contest by Score of 4 to 2. BONE STARS FOR LOCALS Bffonfl Rush Work Hard fur Home Tram'a Victory Duprsun Prr forms Well for llio Visitor. NATIONAL IfTCAGfTR STANDI VO. Won. Lost. P.C. Pawnticket 2 5 IS .r.S1 Fall River 24 20 . r. -1 5 New Haven 24 20 .Mo New Bedford 22 21 .M2 Bridgeport 20 20 .ROO Providence 19 21 .475 Worcester 19 23 .452 Brockton 18 27 ."72 I Hy the Oftli'lnl Scorer. In a very fast and exciting- game the local polo team, putting up a star ex hibition, proved themselves masters of tho New Bedford quintet, who made their Initial appearance nt tlm local rink under their new nnmf, by a wore of 4 to 2. The contest was a very clean one and was also proof of the fact that the message of Secretary Prrrln was to be borne In mind by the players. It was mainly duo to the off playing of Tommy Holderness at halfback and of Fred Jean at center for the visitors that the game went the, local's way so easily. "Kid" Dug can tried his best to put a victory on the shelf for his team but his teammates were not so dis posed. Bone's playing, as -was that of War ner, was the feature of the horn team's exhibition. Showing himself all over the HnU the Now Haven eapfalti-manag-er certainly showed that his whole heart was It. winning and In that alone. He was responsible for three of the four goals with, which the home team was credited and It was by his clever blocking that the Whalers were unable to land further poals. Frank Warner's playing should not be forgotten. Capturing eight of the nine, rushes the local's first rusher was rot content with this honor alone. Jumping in throughout the contest at unexpected place he showed up well. He started the scoring for the home team In the first period In a little over (even minutes after play had com menced. Then Fred Jean came alone; and with a terrific swipe put his team In on the scoring. Then after Dupx-an drove the ball Into the New Ha ven cage, only to roll out again Hone broke Into the scoring Bide and gave his team an advantage of one goal over his opponents, winding the score up for the first period. Ee. also made the only score In the second period and this on a rebound from one of Warner's drive. In the -third period the local second rush again started the scoring, winding It up for the locals with a lend of three goal?. Harklns then either drove or kloked the hall Into the local's caire, at which there was a howl rnlsed by the home, team. Tommy Leahy, however, fcave the New Bedford team the herein of the doubt and as long as no more scoring was done In the. game, every thing ended well. The score follows: New Haven. New Bedford fehlffer, Warner Dngi'.an Flnrt Rush. Bone Harklns Boeond Rush. Griffith Jen Center, Gardner Holderness Halfback. filtton rene Goal. First Period. Won by. Gaged by, ' Time. New Haven Warner 7:1" New Bedford Jean 3:40 J'ew Haven Bone 3:00 Second Period. New Haven Bone 10:2 Third Period. New Haven Bone 0:01 New Bedford Harklns tl:M Score, New IlHven 4, New Bedford 2; rushes, Warner 8, Pturgan 1; stops. Flit ton SO. Pence 33; foul, Holderness; referee, Leahy; timer, Hhreek. Oilier Results. At Fall River Fall River in, Provi dence 7. Polo Games To-nlglit. New Haven at Brockton. New Bedford at Bridgeport. Fall River at Pa.wtuc.knt. DUES FOR TEE CAGE. If Holdencss or Jean puts up such on exhibition as they did at. the local rink last, night a. blue envelope certain ly ought to come their way. Roth or the Now Bedford players wero r.nillv so slow t.trat the local players could al most ekate tho length of thn rink be fore thay even thought of driving. When tlioy did drive It waa only Into the clutches of tho homo plnyers. The local playera had Pence, tho vis iting goal -tend, doing all sorts of handsprings In his cage last night with their drives, First the Now Bedford tender's, legs would shoot out to one side, only to be recalled end nhot on I to the other. The p.?rfornin uco was certainly amusing. Paul Gardner, the, local halfback, goi struck In tho rib In tho second period at last nlTht's game. Nothing daunted, however, he continued. Tommy Leahy's derision that lie did not sen tho manner In which the laal New Bedford goal was caged wok only fair when ho allowed 11. When It, comes to watching tho playerH to see that they don't commit any assaults and then have to see and follow the ball It certainly Is a big job for one lone man j and when anything like hint night's : occurrence happens we will have to' forgive him. Tommy always gives r'.-il- I lilit decisions always Robinson, Urn former Rust Sidn piny- I 'i', appeared before the g-iimo with the. j Xew Hertford players aim siartefl drlv- j Hlg 1 1 if hull about Hie llllk. Tills would seem in Indicate tliHt he hail been selected ns n "sixth in tin" for the visitors. This Is really exasperating, To think of n team coming to New Ilnvrn with only five men when thiy ought to be parrying six and enlisting tin,' services of a plnyer who has been disbarred by the amateur league innn m;i rs for roughness, (inn thins at lonst that Manager Hone of the Now Haven Irani fines. Is to carry n valuable sixth man tlirotiKlioiit the circuit with lilm. He Is no second-rater cither any any oi' tin- managers would gladly swap him for one of their stars. ALL-NF.W IIAVIONS W1X. In a game that was noticeable for n lack of roughness the All-N'ew Haven had but little difficulty In deposing of the Wet Sides In the amateur frame which preceded the league game last night at. the local rink. Robertson prov ed lilmst If the star of the game by sug Ing three of the live goals. The score follows: All-Vcrv Havens. Roliertson First fusli. West Sides Brace I ve.q Howard .. Mi sscrnle . . f!o.le Second rush. ,. Riley j i enter. .Miller Halfback. Know-lion Smit block Goal. First Period. Won by .ll-ev Havens AM- N'e V Havens All-New Havens Caged by ..Howard ..Kobortson ..Robertson ..KobuMsnn Time. 2:1 T 5:12 All-New Havens KobuMsnn :.'0 Second Period. West. Sides Brace 4 : U All-New Havens.. .'..Ives fi;if Third Period. No score. Score, All-New Havens 5, West Sides 1; referer, Watson; tinier, Getting. To-morrow night two fast phllndel ph In boxers jfet together for fifteen , rounds before the Olympic club or: North F.ss.'n.srton. The two are "dik" ! Russell )n;d Young Loughcry, and the two will u'l ioubie.jlv pive the tUht I'ol- I lowers In the Quaker City a good ex- hlbltlon. ' I Now that .lack Johnson has secure H berth in the favor of the A us t rall'i u public I: looks as if be will not vr;t the American shores foi- soine time. IPs sali'ry of $.7r,n per week undoubt edly will supply the i.cki'o champion with enough possum and chicken for 11 while. "Philadelphia Jack" VR'n has ca bled to Hllirli M'-tltto.'in, the f!:;fct pro moter at Sydney, saying that he stands ready to light "J.-o-k" Johnson, the ne gro victor over Tommy Funis iMin- j tosh Is considering upon whnl terms, If tiny, the challengor will be taken up. ; William H Ghon wants to mntch 'leorge femslc against. Young otto, lie Is ready to rover Otto's forfeit of $1.0i"0 which the latter has posted to; bind a match with Pai'key McFarland. j All Parts Is stirred up over the hattle ; next week between our own James Kd ward Brbt ntid "Adolphe," who Is the lightweight champion of France. Thirty thousand francs will be hung up for Ihe pair. j If Dr. Roller, of pen tile, wants to J tight the winner of the Kaufmiin-I'lar-ry light In Los Angeles all that is nec essary for him to do now Is to deposit his money with some reputable news paper In Seattle and the match will be considered as made. Manager Baron Long, of the Jeffries club, says rr. Roller can have a chatu-e to fight the winner of the Barry-Kaufman fight, that Is to he puller! off to-morrow night. Tt was agreed that Roller's proposition looked good enough to nc cept. He offers to bet. Jl.Oiin and splM the fighters' end of the money 7f per cent, and IS per cent. nrt. poiLiiu MATnrrn. SeaMle Aflilrte pots $1,000 and Will Meet AVI liner of Kaufman-Barry (in. Los Angeles, Pe.c. 2S. The Jeffries Alhlellc club made definllo arrange ment;! to-day to have a heavyweight boxing match between the winner of the Ka.iil'ma,n-llnrry fight here Wefl nesilay night, and Dr. R. F. Roller, a Seattle nthlolc. The bout, which will j lake place mi January 211, will be for! 2.". rounds. The boers will receive j ..0 per cent, of the receipts, 7a per i coul. of which win go to the winner j and 2.i to the loser. Both Kaufman and Bnrry havo agreed to the match, and the winner will deposit his for feit within a few days after the light. I Seattle, Warih.. Dee. 2S. - Dr. B. F. j Roller put up $1,0011 to-day with a local newspaper as a side bet fur a mutch Willi the winner of the Kaufman-Harry light, to tal.e place at. Los Angeles next. Wednesday night. Tr. Roller 1, aid lie would lie ready to fight, alioul March I. When he received wind from Los Angeles that $1,0110 had been put In the hands of James J. Jeffries to cover Ills deposit I 11'. Roller paid lie would consider the match us good as made, i'oo'!15ll rn:uo lIvl. i.Marlliorn, 'Mass., Dec. 2S. Joseph D. Gronln, uc.eil is years, is dead at his homo here as I lie result of a, game of football played last Thanksgiving day, when f ' 1 1 11 1 hi , captain and fullback of the team, Insisted on rising from a sick ,ed to take purl In the contest His deatli was due to too strenuous work In the game, lafaetlon a tul please tho fans. 1 B8XIK9NEWS PLAYERS' AVERAGES Bobby Hart Jumps Into Lead as Best Goal Cagcr Suther land Tutting Up Good Ex hibition in Goal, The most sensational Jump In Ihe Individual averages of the polo play ers during the last week was that of "Hobby" Hart of the Worcester iUin ti't In the matter of caging goals. "Bobby" played In seven games and In thorn, heven caged thirty-two goals, thus passing 'his old teammate, "Ted" Ijewls, who only played In six games. Howls bus dropped to third place In taking rn.she.s having been pa.-.-. .1 by "Jigger" Hindus. In this respect, however, .Lincoln has a perfeclh safe lead. Anion the goal tends Ihinnon as yet Is In the had, nut the way Harper and Sutherland are ,iuni;ag up .Is nothing short, of marvelous. lutlfV land, who but recently join,.,! the Worcester quintet. ' Is pulling up a great game and undoubtedly will give Bnnnon a hard run for his place. The Individual averages of tin- plan ers follow: Individual Aw-nigc. Rushes taken -Lincoln :i:iil. IligRins 2S1, Lewis L'Mi. anvr ;;j;i. iMmc.Mi 2'-S. funis 2 1.".. J.voii ;:,, Cuiiniu-i-ham 11C, SchiftVr i;;, .Mii'ai-thy H17, Thompson i;c. Hon.' r,:'. I'l.-r.-e 1:;, Menard 0. Mercer M.-Uilvr.iv 1, 'I'Hara. 1. Roberts 1, Goal caked --Hart 111, l.wl.s l::7, Thompson III. Robert?" 07. Llncol,, ;.r., Higgins Mi. Si'liiffer x:. Warner Harklnt SI. Ja,m 7:b It. me 7, Pb rce "S, liuggan 74. Merer 71. I'unning-h-im 7.1, funis 7u. M n'.iH ray r.l, Mc Carthy f.4. Jean 4;, i.'arrel -1:!, Ilar.l.v 3fi. Menard 35, I'ocg.vhall 2T. Wiley 22. fan a van 22, Miller is, fameron 17. Mansfield 13. I-'ab. v 0, liulierty irifTith 4. Iloldernes.s 1. Hardner ::. I'.-n-rlgan 3. Sutton 1. o'tlar.t I. l-'ouls--l-'arr.-ll 20, Pahev 27. Gard ner Wiley 21. .lean 20. (Vllar-i 17, Hardy 111. II iherly 1 1", farrig-in 11. Holderness I ;l. fameron 13. Miller 11,1 Hart 10, Cunnlm'ham 10, Gntlitb 0. Menard S. f oggc-hall 7, fanav.an :., Mercer a. S.'hlri'er 6. Jason 4. M0G1I ray 4. Sutton 4, Bono 1, Lnvis 4. Duggan 4. Mmsfiel.l '4. Mallory 3. Roberts 3. Warner 2, fuslck 2. Ban non 2, McCarthy 2, H.-irklns 2.T.iomp-.-on I, Harper 1. Lio-oln I. Siitherl.aii.l I. f ashman 1. Gonl Teiuis" rragcs. Stopped. Missed p.c. 1'annon 1.M12 I M . fi ft r : Harper I. SO .' 2".:, scl i Sutherland . .. :.S2 7 1 .s ,a j .Mallory I.'i-'O 2:..! .vs.i i Sutton 1.4U 202 .s;s I'. nee 1.470 .svt! farhman I.T.7.; '.'.Is ,sn , fuslck 1,r,7. 240 RKSI.KVKS M;.T 4 KI.TOs, Mow nnskelhnll Gume 43 to 11. to There was another one of those ; rather one-sided basknhall games at' the armory Inst evening, but tilts time the mllltla were the winners. There has nrt been a game at the armory for some time where both tennis put up a really deomt quality of basket- ball, and this game, between the Na val Reserves and the Caritons, was no exception. There whs a little fast pla log and Malcolm did seme pood i shooting, and there was some fairj team play on the part of the Re- serves, but Ihe game was rather poor1 on the whole. Still, tlo- Hrs.rvea well j deserved their 43 to It victory, The line-up: Naval Reserves. 'nrlnns. Grant, Keller Loveday Right Forward. Oooley Connollj Left Forward. Malcolm Welch Center. Tldd Carroll, Berg Right Guard. Jones Alderman Left Guard. Summary: Goals from findd. Grant t. Keller 2, Cooley fi, Malcolm Tldd 3, Jones 2, Loveday 2, Connolly 1, Alderman 1: goals from foul, Mal colm 1, Welch 3; Naval Reserves 13, Caritons 1 1. POOH BASKFTIIAU. Hp, dry Naval RrMTve 2d Team (ianie Like Football. If ma. have been basketball but It looked more like football hut niglil at the armory when the Naval Reserves' second team bea.t the Henley. 12 1" 3. If all the fouls had been called. the score would have been larger on each side, for wllh true football sagacity, the players persisted In hugging the hall and racing down the floor with It. They all hunched up like a, lot of novices and each man evidently thought he was the whole team. There were sev eral men who oughl to make good players, but they need a lot. of practice. The. lineup; Reserves 2nd Tram. Henleys, King, Kirklnml II. Chamberlain Right forward. Nettleton A. Chamberlain Left forward. Knrlght Sullivan ( 'entef. Hantft o'Connell, shields Right guard. Cahill Hlaekmnn Lei'i guard. RKCORDS AT LOS (il,,;S. Los Angeles, Cal.. Dec, 2S. Two new world's records were made at Santa. Anita park lo-day. Chapulte por broke the record for .six furlongs when he carried 112 pounds faster than the best previous time, made by Gloro a f'-w days ago. In the last race, at f 1-2 furlongs, .L'idy Jrma, a I vein- old, carrying ST. pounds, ran the distance 1:04 4-5, one-fifth of a second faster Until Colloquy ran a few days ago. ALFRED SHRUBB, FAST BRITISHER, WHO IS TO RACE WITH LONGBOAT "1 r 4 f . 4' V ff V. W.:.,--tW":, . Ml . 4 9 I Alfred Shrubb, (be Kncilsh runner. Is to run a Marathon race against Tom Longbo.it, the Indian who defeated Morando. The lin e will take place In Madison Square Garden. New Yor U. on January 2fi. Shrubb holds every pi of. ssional distance i e, ni il from 2.0 no yards up to eleven miles. He has never been beaten in competition. He Is thirty-sin years old and has been a 1 nun. r for more than d.-cade. lie Is the feet seven Inches tall and uilirhs L!H pound-. Not hw lthstan.ll tig bis comparatively short stature, he has a stride of nior.i ib ni ihe feet, II e has beaten relays of the best profes sional runners In this country and Canada. BOWLING TO-NIGHT State Leaguers Go to Meriden . Nutraeggers Have Hard Game on With Hart ford Quintet. Ailhouah tio' re f no bowling csines scheduled either in the elate or Nutting leaxues to be played In New Haven to- IllKlH. 11. el theless eon 'I d (MM b 111 (liter- (-it i attached to ihe outcome "f the nwiicins ia both leagues. The race Is about en. -half liiilsiie. 1 and from pres ent indications lie leiin In either as sociation appears lo have a walkover. In 11, e !M tie league (he local lentil goes n Meriden, ninl although the Sll v.i City qulnlet In fourth lliev can be relied upon to bowl good game, es pecially po since ihe game Is In be mile, on their own nllevs A new ad dition to the stale league team pi-nlght will he - Hilly" Hlley Ri.ey has been rollitiK very a,e,1 of bile and the captain of the local team pill bin, mi to till In In tin- place of lliibei and I'nllett, whose loss will bo I rea '. v I'll, 1 pui the out, 'nine of l;'b y s performance (his ev-enlim de p. i,ih win I her or iiol he make the team a- a steady plnyer. Should he prove able to keep pace with (he mem bers of the F.isiera league team be will pinpHbly be given ;i berlli on that team. In Ho Nutmeg league the New Haven team travels lo Hurl ford, where they ii . el toe strong Capitol Ctv qulnlet. vi ho new lead tlie leagiu . AH hough the lead of the Hartford team might be eiil down by exceedingly go,i, rolling by the local's In taking three straight panics, tin- local ho s will tin satls ! it ,1 to lake (wo nf Ihe games anil thus (ii Ihe slanilirg. It mines pretty hard on the Iocs I (eani to have In rolt on foreign alleys, especially so when their star bowler Is not lo lv.' with (he in. BOWLIiRS, LOOK IU.UP! Down In a place known as Stam ford, In this state, (hey appear to have Home crack bowlers, Saturday niglil two teams got together and slnrtod splitting the pins. Before lliey had Ii n is-iii. I one team of live men had rolled a high game M-i.re of 1 iflj. This score 1.; certainly high, and is worthy of 11 1 .11 1 i I m. Th" lueii atijl their scored follow: Tab-oil isil Wohlleben h;:, Nolan ir.s Starr 172 Davison I9J S77 20H 2H7 101 2(11! 2 33 1 103 Guitias . . Ferris . . . J (Minings I'eckhani Franklin crrii:rs tali: two. Hiiiiiiiicrs, Ruhr now H'.S 12 1 F.S 115 Currier ' 1 Hi 122 1 (i ii . 314 I .ii vert y lea l.",2 I l.'l- toil Raymond 1 T HI 7 I So 1ST t,;,!i 4 'II triers, I4 in !;!(. r,2-ifi7ii lliniiian Sorrow . Johnson Thirl ... Ml 1M 12 3 lit; MO 430 Ifi 7 4S2 I '.'i! 402 Hi 2 till l.'dl u:t 2I r.7f.-l77!. For Correct Publication Send Your News to Sporting Editor. liMii .'MM. m mmm U'DliF.S CAVUS CHAMPIONS. The Judges Cavi'tt by taking two games front tho Sleeping Giants In the industrial lingue lust night rap tured the championship nf the league. The scores of the games follow: (deeping Giants. Gates 175 1 27 Ififi 4H8 J. Fliincgiin . . 137 1.17 137 411 O'Brien 1 4 4 1 4 4 1 44 432 H. Fliinegrin.. lfHl 172 131 4fi!) 7H2 720 Judges Cntc. 7182200 How man , , , Maefli lien Rausi h . ... Schoenliber 12f 140 inn ifl 150 I 7 ! Ha !n 204 142-HS-Ifid-200-141- 417 41.1 401 57 4 75 Ijeiinox 130 743 S R 7 7tl7 242(5 WITH THE BOWLERS There certainly ought to be some fun In bowling circles this evening. The local stain leaguers who have a "half Nelson", on first placo go to Meriden, while (he Nutniegers go to Hartford to light for first place. If (he Slate leaguers don't win all thrco games tonight (hey can bo ex cu.sed for tomorrow night, they roll th" Fllzabelh Kastern leaguers hern and as a number of slate league men tiro members of Ihe Kasteni league team they may save themselves a little. Be thai, as It may (he Kll.ahetli (cam Is In for a good old trimming In the five and three men events for the locals are nut for II rt placo In (heso two series. At all events It seems to be the trend of public opinion that some good sport Is on. for only a few good seats are left In Ihe house. The visiting team also lias a chance for honors In the bugue race and they de not Intend to give the local hoys a walkover. The New Iliven (Cains will probably be represented as follows: Individual, Johnson; two-men, Weber and Smith; three men, Weber, Smith and John son. It Is mighty hard to put such nn aggregation of howlers away with, out a strenuous effort. Afler tomorrow nlght'H game (he lo cal team ba.s but three more games scheduled to wind up Its series. On the eleventh of January they go to Eliza beth while after that two home gmiios with Paterson and Trenton; afler that will finish matters, George Robert Kelsry's new ball Is certainly paying for Itself. Last night he Marled at (lie plus on (he Y. M. ft. (', alleys and secured an average (Jf 20(1 for b'i games. Ills high single was 2,77 while Ills high three strings 2IS, 277 nnri 224 totalled 710. Hy scoring 277 he capture the pah- of shoes offered by Meigs Co. The handicap iniirnnuient at tho Re publican cluh (starts the first week In January with ten flvi? men teams, Tho next meeting of Tho ilournal Courler individual tournament direc tors will be held Thursday afternoon at, 3 o'clock al (he Academy alleys. It. Is hoped by (hut time to have a full Hat of entries. mmmmmmm- A'. M. C. A. TOrnXAMEXT. Four Men Team Competition Will Start .Inniniry A, The bowlers nt the local Y. !M. C. A. have been so struck hy the tournament fever that they have organized a four men team tournament which Is to start .In nuary 8. The teams will he made up us follows: Sparrows --Capt C. T. Hill, G. E. HIM, N. R. Smith, T. R. Smith. Cnckoos--Captaln Abels, Rtephan, Moessner, Rungce. Kaglcs-Capt. McClure, Brlggs, Wat son, Ilarrlty. Blue Minis- Capt, Fischer, Griffin, Hurt man, Schlebel. Dodoes-('apt. Deiilnger, peck, Lel mnn, Coldwell. The schedule of the tournament fol lows: January 6- Sparrows-Cuckoos. January 7 Blue Birds-Fugles. January 8--Swallows-Dodoes. January 13 Sparrows-Blue Birds. January 14-Guckoos-Kagles. January in- Kaglcs-Swallows. January 20 - -Sparrow s-Dodoes. January 21 hickoos- Ragles. January 22 -Blue Birds-Swallows. January 27 Sparrows-Fugles. January 2S- I!lue Birds-Dodoes. January 30 Cuckoos-Swallows. February 3 Sparrows-Swallow. , ' February 4 -Cuckoos-Blue Birds. February 5 Kaglcs-Dodoes. February II Blue Blrds-Kagles. February 12 Swallows-Dodoes. February 13 Sparrows-Cuckoos, February 17 Sparrows-Blue Birds. February IS Cuckoos-Dodoes. ' February Ifl Fagles-Swallows. February 25 - Cuckoos-Kagle.s. February 23-Blue Birds-Swallows. February 27-Sparrows-Dodoes. March 8 Sparrows-F,nglrs. March 4 -Blue Birds-Dodoes. March B f uckoos-Svvallows. Marrh 11 -Cuckoos-Blue IBrds. March 12 -Ragle.s-Dodnes. March 13-Sparrows-Swallows. WATFRIirHY IjKABS I;F.AGtTR. Brass City Tenm Has Good Iad Over Fellow Christian In Totimnment, The Waterhury Y. M. C. A. quintet or bowlers appears to have matters cinched In the State Y. M. C. A. league. So far, out of four series rolled, they have lost hut two games, a rather remarkable record 1n Itself. Both local teams, (lie Central and the Railroad, are running In bard luck, but ore nut entirely out of renrti of first place. Tho averages In the league follow: , t Tram Mlnndlaif, W." L. P.C. HG. HTT. Waterhury 10 2 .S33 It 4 1 2554 Atisunla, 7 fi .fiSI SKi 24aO New Britain .... 7 5 M Sir, 2:.1 Railroad 8 6 .Sen OHO 2fi:lS New Haven .... 6 7 .llrt sn,", 2::so Derby 111 .ns;, 81 3 2271 Individual Standing. G. Total. Ave. Feltjilnirer, R. R 10, ' 1S9.3 Krlcksnn. N. H 12 2132 1 77.8 Sehneliillehrr, A 13 2113 17.) Donne, N. B 3 f21 173.(1 Hchehcre, R. R 12 2029 1H3.I) Porto. U. R 13 2020 160.0 Me l'n rt la nd. W 12 2015 1(57.9 Wnrley. R. R :l 41)0 163.3 Hurtbiirl, W 9 14H7 163.0 Peterson. D.. N. B 12 10:13 161.1 Kron. N. It S 12S6 160.7 Warner, W 10 1606 160.6 Nichols, W 10 1 K0K 160.3 Wnblon, W 1 1 1765 16 1.4 Clark, A 12 1kS 157.3 llnrnkliol. N. B 6 943 157.1 Bruneaii, W S 12.'.3 156.6 1 .ii mi. A 11 1713 155.7 Mansfield, It. R 12 1S54 164.5 Morse. D 12 HI3!t 153 2 Beiigstoni, N. B ! 1 370 1 52.2 Anderson, N. H 1 2 1 24 152.0 Dennlson. K.. N. H 13 161S 152.3 Larson, N. B 10 14SH 11S.0 Riley, n. Jl 3 415 14S 3 Chnmptnin. D It 1621 117.3 Hill, N. 11 12 1714 115.3 Reinpfer, N. H 120 14 1.2 Jones. A 1 287 1 13.0 Hoduklns, A 10 1412 141.2 Chirk. D 6 S43 140.fi Whitney, D 12 165S 13S.1 (lutes. D (104 134.0 Strung. D it 1 177 130.7 iMoriin, R. It 3 367 122.3 ni'iSl IT.S AT KMIiTlYVTLLFi. Young Jockey Tendered Great Ova linn I'pon AVInnlng on 110-1 Shot.. Oakland, Cal., Der. !S. Probably the greatest ovation ever tendered a jockey at a local track, was given at Fmeryvllle, to-day, when Robert Har rington, a 52-pound hoy, won on Em and Km, at 30 to 1, owned hy James Coffey, his employer. Tho hoy rode hard all the way and landed thn ont tilder In front In a drive from Miss May Bovvdisli and Phil Igoe. Tho spectators thronged about the Judges' stand and cheered Harrington until ho reached thn paddock, after he had dismounted. He Is the lightest rider hero and It was his first winning mount. Walter Miller was suspended for three days for crossing In front of Garganaua when riding Harrington. First race, futurity course, selling Detinen, 102, Cotton, 3 to 2, won; Dov filta, 106, Taplln, 13 to 1, second; Dar gln, 111, Butler, S to 1, third. Time, 1:11 3-5. Second, six furlongs, selling Argo naut, 110, Upton, lt to 5, won; Flg ent, 105, Buxton, 4 to 1, second; Joo Rose, 113, Notter, 11 to 5, third. Time, 1:15 2-E. Third, futurity course, Helling Bello Kinney, 111, Mentry, 6 to 1, won; Gypsy King, 112, Miller, 7 to 2, sec ond; Boas, 106, Butler, 13 to 1, third. Time, 1:11 4-n. Fourth, mile, and 20 yards, selling Gurgnntiiu, 101), Taplln,, li to 5, won; Durolngton, 112, Miller, 12 to 5. sec ond; Paladino, Keogh, 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:44 2-5. Fifth race, mile and 20 yards Em and Km, 102, Harrington, 30 to 1, won; MIsh May Howdlsh,' 107, Van Onsen, X to 1, second; Phil Igoe, 102, Sullivan, 1 5 to 1, third. Time, 1:45 2-5. Sixth, tdx furlongs Twilight tjueen, 03, Russell, (! to 5, won; Desirous, !)fl, lluxton, S to 1, second; Creation, 112, Miller, 14 to 5, third. Time, 1:H 1-5. Al Powell takes Hall's place on the Nutmeg team In Hartford tonight. No thing short of a 575 total will be duo from him. A largo hunch of rooters arc going up to see the cnpltol and also to cheer tho local boys on to victory. EXORBITANT EXPENSES Atlileles in Tills AViiy Received Fuf for Service Action Result nt Buffalo Games J. J. Lea Also Under Bnn. New Yorlt, Deo. 28. There was a de ckled shako up In amateur athletic clr clcs to-night when announcement was mndo ot the suspension of six prom inent athlote-s, flvo of whom took part In tho recent Olympic games at Lon don, Eng. The. suspended men, against whom the charge of professionalism was mado are: Molvln W. Bheppard, Charles Bacon, Harry F. Porter and (Joorge V. Bonhog, all of the Irlsh Amorlcnn A. G.; F. O. Bollars,. New York A. C, and John. J. Lee, formerly of tho Boston A. A., but now unat tached. The action was the outcome of a searching investigation by the regis tration committee of the Amateur Ath letic Union, which was conducted at tho Westslde Y. M. CV A. building to night. Chairman Obertubesslng of the committee said that he and his fellow members had come' to the conclusion that these athletes, and possibly others, had boon demanding sums beyond what might bo termed legitimate ex penses, and the monetary claims of some of them were exhorbttant. He showed a statement from Major Wolf of the 74th Beglmcnt, N. C, N. T., at Buffalo, -which showed that Porter, Shepard and- Bonhag were paid, ac cording to the Ideas of the committee, amounts far In excess of what were considered ordinary expenses. The three men took part in games at Buf falo on December 12 last. The committee also announced that Information has been received by It from reliable sources that professional trainers and coaches have been de manding money for the appearance at outside meets of members of their teams. This will not be tolerated by the committee and a warning has been sent to all amateur athletes that they must not allow themselves to be par ties to such transactions under pen alty of suspension on professional grouds. Sheppard and Porter, two of the sus pended men, and Martin Sheridan, of the Irish-American A. C, left to-day In charge of Trainer Ernie HJerzberg to take part In an athletic meet In Pittsburg to-morrow night, but tho ac Hon of the committee will prevent th appearance of Sheppard and Porter, be muse their suspension became opera, tlve the moment the committee an nounced It, Chairman Obertubesslng said that the committer would hold several ses sions during the next four weeks and that every complaint against regis tered amateur athletes would be Inves tigated thoroughly. LONDOV OX THE FIGHT. London, Dee. 28. The sporting critics of th London dallies pay the fullest tribute to Burns' game exhibition of pluck In his fight with Johnson at Sydney, While they Indulge in Ironical remarks about his boastful attitude prior to the match. Practically all re ports concede that Johnson was su perior to his opponent In every par ticular, even in repartee,, The Dally Mall In an editorial says: "In Intelligence, not. to mention man ners, Johnson seemed a full match for tho white man. The fight Is hardly likely to figure among the heroic ones of boxing history, and the conclusion probably will be that Burns obtained the championship In a period of - de cadence, and hardly deserved his high reputation." KFARXKY TO RACE TAYIOR. New York, Dec, 28. Phil Kearney will meet E. A. Taylor In a special match skating race at tho St. Nicholas rink on New Year's eve. Kearney 'has agreed to allow Taylor eight yards handicap. There will also he a one mllo pursuit rare between Joe Miller and young Clarence Granger, who 1s now being hailed as the Indoor cham pion. ' HARVARD SEVEN WINS. New York, Dec. 28. In an exciting match Harvard defeated the St. Nich olas Hockey club at the St. Nicholas rink here to-night by the score of to 1. MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY. IHOMAS-DETROir .B anT VXutt VV. A.AIaynard, agent, tiS Gilbert ave nue; 'Flione 376-3. . white sie7mmrT;JS Street. FRANKLIN & STEVENS DURYEA T0hmDHc S7-115 Uotte street. Cuwles Totman. BULK&SIUDEBAKEBlnra Cowies Tolnmn. 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