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EVENING BULLETIN, ITONOLTJMJ, T. It.. THURSDAY. DEC. 24. 1908.
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WEDAY WANTS TO
MIDDLEWEIGHT WOULD LIKE
MILL WITH HUSKY LAD
Fans Differ as to Probable Outcome was not long enough, and Bhowed
of Contest Challenger Is Said to be Smallwood to better advantage Any
Very Game Though Not as Clever as how, the Canadian Indian was beaten
Dick I by better thuti a lap, and the Welsh-
I mfcn was not run out, either.
Jack Weday would like a go with. Pernonally I wa not at a)l Impress
Dick Sullivan. This Is ll announce. ti w)lh longboat's ability as a run
ment 'made bv ono of Welly's friend Mer e doe1 not sepm mcd wh
today. Tho middleweight h said to
be In earnest anil un i-rfn.-t will prob
ably bu made to bring tl-u pair to
gethcr. Snllhan ha not l.ucit heard
from jet, but If any bo'I cf Induce
ments are offered he will probably
snap up too offer.
There seems to he n tonsldeiablo
difference of opinion regal ding iho
possibilities of sii:h a contest, some
fans boljeyo tint Weday w.iuld staml
n'good show, Willi otheis Insist that
ho Is hopelessly outclassed. TIip gen
eral Impression Is that Su'.llfan Is (ha
better man. but that Wedo, gitno at
ho li, would put up n llirht worth
many times the price of uduilcslon.
An effort will probably bt made bo
tore the end of tho week ti bring tho
two men together, and If tho undertak
ing Ik successful, thero will doubtless
be n conteit shortly aftei the llrst of
tt a- a
Scully Will Get
Returns f rom "-the' Dutns-Johnson
fight will be' received nt Ii'ck S:ull'a
tomorrow night. Hcnlly !im ninde-nr
,iangen)cntB for a ' cablegram giving
the outcomo of the mill, .unl jital km
i.uon.us. tt arrives ll will poutud in
the buljvtlu buaul.
The fight Is scheduled K t-ike place
at 11 o'clock 'Saturday nunnln.; Scul-j
ly figures that, -allowlns plchtj- of
time for the completion of the prelim
inary discussion and so fn th. the con
lebt Bhould be pau tiy 1 o't'tul., Tak
ing Into conskieratlj.l the illTiicnce
In time between Australia un hero, it
Is believed 'that the mesut.gu will in-.
rhc In Honolulu some tli.u lietweiui S
nnd 10 q'clock tonjorjow ("uiiiitg.' 'J
b'cnlly In decorating hii plari fori
llie(gala cvont', pine liouglil "and .other
KreeiiB being drapod Hbou fn nrtUtlc'
News From Joel
Fight funs arc unxioiisly looking for
ward to tl(o arrival of tho Alutm-da,
nhlch they believe' will bring a letter
from Jou Cohen Cohen has kept re
markably quiet siuce he dlsupicared
from these digglugs, and there la a
yruwlng impression that ho has n
rnjal flush tiled away about his per
When ho sailed. Joe admitted that
ho had a thing or two In sight, though
be would respond only with u knowing
grin when pressed for Bomo explicit
ilnta. That he has not been sending
pattlctilura concerning his movements,
is taken to mean that ho. has been saw
ing wood and that when he does write,
uu win uau some information to con
vey which will be worth receiving.
Tomorrow afternoon ut 2 o'clock
thero will be a double header soccer
gnino on the league grounds. The, first
contest will bo between the Punahous
ami Diamond Heads, while the Becon.t
will bo between the Mullcs and tho
Y. Mi C. A.
The game will be the most Import
ant or tho entire series, as upon Its
ciitcomu will depoud the relatlvo stand
ing uf ull of the elevens in the league
Tho Mallei, and ' M. C. A. nro now
tied for llrst placo and thero is strong
ilvaliy between tho two aggregations
John Allan White, a Yale graduate
DIUUCIIL TV II U3U 111 111 11 11 Ull llf'HIl HHPf-TOM
wu ihu j ui i wi. ivuvn ut now
Haven. Ho fell 100 feet. His home'
was In lilton, N.' Y.
The business sec Hon of I'nu Uluff.:
Ark., bus been snved fropi the en
iroachmeuts' of the- Arkansas rver by
djnnmltng the lovte cm the" ufiphsltu.
L"t MWW- CuiebVa out'aVe-featun:,:
Fred. h. Wccde In Philadelphia
Perhaps Tom Longboat thought he
had something easy when he agreed
"to race Percy Smallwood ten miles
I at the Second Ilcgtmont Armory last
.Saturday night, and bo did not train
I sufficiently. Per Imps 'the dlstnnce
tho sort of spirit and vigor thai goes
tu make up a long-distance traveler.
Ho doesn't look strong or rugged. He
must have feomo stamina, however, to
have 'won as many races as he has,
)et I cannot forget his disappointing
performance In tho Marathon at, the
ui.mpic games last summer, where
he Covered the second halt of the
route In an automobile.
'Another Marathon runner was In
Philadelphia part of tho time long
boat was here. He was Johnnie
Haves, tlio winner of the Olympic
race. Hayes made a fine Impression.
Those who met both' men and ob.
served them casually united In de
claring that Longboat could never
beat Hayes. It may be 'a peculiar
way of Judging what n man's feet can
do by what he docs with his hands,
but I know that that entered Into tho
sizing up of the two runners.
Hayes gives your hand a hearty,
firm grip when you are Introduced.
Longboat Jets you do the gripping.
A handshake. ,Js a pretty good Index
to tho amoitnt of red blood a nun
carries.- i Several persons who met
,,-.' u . . . . ...
(uyes ana jonguoat were strucK witn
this, marked difference. It mnv not
prove the rlgh "dope," but not one
of Hicm would wager n cent on the
Canadian ilridlan. In a race with the
Tho U. B... Marino Corps baseball
team will meet 'the V. S. Engineer
Corps nlnot.nt Kanlolanl Park Satin
oily afternoon', l.ns Saturday tho two
:itKresuuujn, met ami (no engineersi
were victorious, 'artef a hard-fought.,
ten Inning' game,
The murine team la ciobably ono ol.
j ino sirongosfin tno Atkinson League
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now. Tw6 fort
ai,rii. , ,.,!
been signed for'lhe nine, and sonu-
great baseball Is being plujcd. The!
marines havo strong hopes of w.nulng'
In Saturdays game and thus evening
Tho captains of both of the toami
will keep closo watch on tVilr men to
morrow, to make sure that thoy do not
partake too freely of Chrlsfuas din
ner. Strict training will bo neces
sary for the team that fs to r.inj otT
the laurels. V
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Table de'hote luncheon will lie
servod at tho Onhil Country Club to
morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock that be
ing the only Christmas celcl ration
that the club has ananged foi, Ev
erything Indicates that there wi;i bo
ii large uUendance, and that the arfalr
will be one of the most successful over
given. ' r '
Though, there will bo no regular
tournament, there will doubtless bo
Lonslderable golf played, as tho :lnka,-
are now In prime condition urtit (he,
Into rains. Golf enthusiasts arc hard
ly likely to allow tho day to pass with-.
out taking advantage of the opportun
ity offered, and the links will prnlubiv
bo filed with players most of tho day1
ThoCoastwWo Seamen's union de
clared a strike at Manila as a result of
which six. largp coasting steamers were
tied up at ther berths there unablo to
go to ea, .as, their crews quite. The)
men demanded a too per cent Increase
of pay for all overtime and Sunday
Ilronze medals for emploon who
terve two yearB on the Panama canal
Hre I elng mado lu Washington, A poi-.
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rn r nv iweennmi .
view ot tne
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WILL BE PROBED
NATIONAL LEAGUE UMPIRES ARE
Ungly Scandal Growing Out of New
York-Chicago Game Will Be Thor
oughly Investigated by- Committee
Appointed at Annual Meeting
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 11. The
National League meeting came to a
close today with the biggest sensa
tion sprung In baseball In )cars. It
was the appointment of a committed
to Investigate formal charges made
by Umpires Klein nnd Johnstone that
an attempt had been made to bribe
them In the deciding game for the
pennant between the New Yorlc and
Chicago teams, played at the Polo
grounds October 8th.
Chicago won the gameby a score
of 4 to 2 and thereby won the Na
tional League pennant. The two um
pires designated to handle tho game
had absolutely refused to have any
dealings with the men who approach
ed them with an offer, said to have
been several thousand dollars. Thete
has never been any question that the
now famous gamo was played and
won on Its merits.
Thero Is much mystery about the
whole affair and It Is deepened by the
refusal of National Leacue President
!ll. C. Pulllam to reveal the names of
the persons Involved or even which
team the umpires were asked to fa
vor. From what haB been given out.
however. It would appear that tho
object was to have the umpires favor
the OlanU. It Is stated by the
league officers thta no ono'connected
with organized baseball Is implicated
In the plot.
With only the skeleton of the facts
as given out. It Is difficult to deter
mine Just what proposition was mado
to Messrs. Klein and Johnstone.
Will Investigate Thoroughly
To nuke II certain that either
team should win the game It would
be necessary to entor Into some con
spiracy by which the game would be
broken up before It had been plajed
out and awarded to ono team or the
other by the umpires under tho rules
of tho league. It no one conncofed
with organized baseball was In tha
plot, such, an uriangeincut could not
have been made. '
That the evidence offered by Klem
und Johnstone is of a serious and tan
gible nature, however, Is shown by
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' la to """-oughly Investigated. It
IU .flUllllBCU UlUb II I1B tUlll'lUBlUII Ul,
his Investigation the public will bo
given a full report, but for the pre
ent the statement given out today
must suffice. Tho statement was as
Names Are Mentioned
In baseball circles It was stated
that rumors ot un attempt to bribe
the umpires had been circulated qui
etly after the came In question had
been played und the names of some
sporting men well known In the city
had been mentioned. There were bo
many names mentioned, v howover,
that It would seem Impossible that
all could be connected with such an
attempt, and It Is possible thut none
of them had uny connection with the
Others high In baseball declare
they never oven heard of u rumor of
an attempt to bribe any one until
the National Leaguo today guve out
Its statement. Ono ot these Is Frank
Chance, captain ot the Chicago Cubs.
When seen In Los Angeles tonight,
1 know nothing whatever of any
uttcnipted bribery of umpires or play
ers. 1 never heard of such u thing
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ABE ATTELL PLEADS THAT
.GAMBLING DEBTS ARE VOID
LOS ANGELK3, Calif.: Dec. 7.
Abe Atiell, featherweight champion
prizefighter, filed his answer today to
the suit brought, against him In tho
Superior Court for the. collection of
$C04,7C claimed to be due R. Mill-
sap, as the assignee of the claim of
Ransom & Co., nlleged proprietors of
a Now York gambling house.
Attell admits giving his note for,
S3(H,75 and a check on a San Fran
cisco bunk for $200, but evades re
sponsibility for making them good by
declaring that both were In pamont
or gambling debts and therefore void
About the same tlmo with the filing
of his nnswei. Attell filed with Shci-
(IIT llainmcll a bond tor tho releuso ot
tan attachment of his share of the
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