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HOW THE NEW MAN
MAT TH GHAMP
WOLOAST.PllOTtl) OLD SAYING THAT "YOUTH WILL 'BE 8ERV
ED" OTLSON TOOBt GREAT PUNISHMENT BEFORE FIGHT
Ad. Woigast, - German laJ ,rotn
Cadillac, MIcb.rVMts. the lightweight
fighter's crown. tcflWy, and Battling
Nelson, the wonderful Hegewlsch
Dane, ho of maan victories and much
durability, has' WUn Into the dis
Beforo a multlb
of over 16,000
men and women 0Jho gigantic arnua
on tlio Point Kftb)noiid marsh, (he
two, tlio German Ynbd tho Dune, set
tled the question ot superiority in forty
ions, bloody rjjmDdf, and when the end
came and Roforeo Eddie Smith lifted
the hand of the-German, It needed
only a 'casual glance at tho iwo com
batants to tell why tho decision was
Tho ' hardest nut In the prsfewdan"
bad been cracked and tho cracking
process hadn't boon gentle. Tho crt-
while champion, was tottering,
arms were swinging mechanically, bis
battered body could not follow tho
dictates ot his indomitable will, nnd
tho splendid vitality which hud weath
ered so many flog battles was alt but
gone. ' .-
Ills face, torn altnost out of recogni
tion, Nelson presented a sight which
struck pity lu tbenearts or all except
tlioso who know no better than to Jeer
at tho under dbg. Voder tho relentless
stinging' of tho Michigan wasp, tho
Dane's features had puffed up, livid,
Yet, despite tils physical agony,
thorp gleamed from ,tho one open eye
in hit face such Jflance that Wplgast
besltatod to close (with 'him. It was
the look of the board pressed boast at
bay tho same look which bad de
luded many another antagonist In
rushing to close in on "Nelson when It
seemed that the. end had come. Wol
gnat respected that glare and It was
this caution onj th.Uerman's part that
probably accounts for the end of the
I Dmimi a fJlMwiil rlnhtar
...2' - r"VffJM"jri v
woigast u- ansnrewa, naru-noaaea
little fighter. He know the fato of oth
er men who had tried to finish the
battered Dane when he seemed to be
thoroughly whipped. Groggy, horribly
mutilated and frantic from forty
rounds ot Bnvage beating, Nelson was
still a dangerous antagonist. The dy
ing stag still concealed death In his
For three rounds Jta Dane had been
saved a knockout through the kindly
interference of the gong, but this fact
did not lure woigast Into carelessness,
Ho kept safely away from tho viciously
swinging right; ho danced in and out
ot the clinches; he seemed almost un
duty fearful, particularly so when the
great' crowd of excited spectators,
standing on Its feet In tho thrill ot tho
final moment, .urged him to close with
his opponent and boat him down to a
Thus It came about that Ad Woigast
did not win the coveted knockout, and
Eddie Smith, with commendable hu
manlty, stopped the slaughter and
awarded the decision to the Mllwau
That declblon, coming after a Ions'
afternoon ot fighting coming when
the huge throng of hoarse-voiced par
tlsans bad been lifted to a nerve'
breaking tension was unsatisfactory
in many respects.
It failed to please the Dane, who,
even while the ecastlo supporters ot
his conqueror were pouring Into ihe
ring to life the German to their shoul
dea in triumph, even then sought to
CONFIDENT AND COpL
"I fought a careful battle, and as I
havo said all along was euro ot win
ning," said Ad Woigast after the big
fight "I fought with mora care than
I wanted to.' I wanted to wade In and
fight Nelson faster; but my manager,
Tom Jones, insisted that' I f should
obey., his Instructions and take1 no
clianc.os.1 I would hare finished Nol
ton sooner had not my manokor Inter-
fetqd.1 ,1 think that 'Nelson' can' whlil
any .lightweight in tbo ring, barring
myself, and I 'will bot- on him any
time, he starts Iwas daxed In tho
twenty-second round, bnt after I got
around to myself a few' 'rounds later
I was as good aa over. I was fresh at
the finish and could havo fought many
more rounds. I do nOt know Just
what I will do. My manager has sev
eral big offers to appear on tho stage.
Yes, I might fight soon if inducements
are suitable. I will tight any 'one who
is looked upon as tho best card.
will bo here until Saturday, wnon I
leave for bos Angoles, and then to
continue the battle, ignoring the ver
dict ot tlio relereo and tho testimony
of bis own beaten self. It displeased
the thousands of Nelson's partisans,
who would not bellee the downfall
6f their Idol unless they could be
shown his prostrate form1 on the pad
ded Boor and tho'referee shouting the
fateful tenth count,
Vletor Is Unsearrsd.
Woigast, the victor, ended that bat
tle much as hu began It. Almost tin
scarred, vigorous, alert, he left tho
ring like a champion. The gore on his
body was only that which Nelson had
spilled on him. SavA for a small cut
on the lower lip and a bruise under
Ihe left eye,' he was as unharmed as
when he stepped into the ropes at
the beginning of tho light.
The now champion is, when all Is
said and done,nn extraordinary young
man. no snowed it yesterday in the
extraordinary fight he mado for tho
Woigast has a peculiar gentleness in
his face something hardly Indicative
ot the ungentleness of bis lighting
Yesterday, through the grueling bat
tlo with" Kolson, the little German with
the soft, brown eyes, wore a smile,
contemplative and confident, it was
hot the forced 'smile so often carried
In bravado by a flinching fighter. It
was not the ghastly grimace of forced
confidence which the Battling Dane
wore in the. closing minutes ot dls
aster yesterday evening. It was al
most a gentle smile, serene, yet satis
fied. It told the men In his corner
that he never once doubted the out
come, and It told Nelsonjthat be was
merely biding his time, playing his
own game In his own way, his path
to victory clearly distinguished, and
the working out ot that plan merely
a matter of tlmo and patience. Thus,
doggedly, almost phlcgniatlcally, the
little Oerman cracked the hardest nut
In the- profession. '
-"iSftkurt ail ' rfctian. IkMwthaW a
royal battle would be fought, there
Journeyed out to Rlchntond one of the
largest crowds that ever attended
championship contest. Sid Heater's
great open air arena was filled from
ringside to the topmost tier of bleach
ersa 'remarkable attendance when It
la remembered that the day opened
with showers, a stiff south wind and
lowering cloud banks.
"Battling Nelson finally met a man
who could beat him at his own game
and outclass him. This Woigast Is u
rugged flgbtor, and by bis victory yes
terduy he showed that ho Is one ot
the best fighters that has ever been
Been in the ring. Nelson deserves
credit for his gameness, but age and
the number of hard fights he has had
havo taken away his speed and hitting
power." Tex Hickard.
BALTIMORE, Fob. 22,-IOe Oons,
former lightweight champion, today Is
sued a challenge to Ad Woigast for a
20-round contest, to bo fought any
where the champion wishes and under
any conditions he may name,
' Oans said that ho would co to Now
Tork next week and$ost 01000 to bind
the agreement, if accepted, and that
he would also make a side bet of
"This thing Is not to be a question
ot money," the former champion said,
"and I 'want it understood that I be
lieve I can lick Woigast."
. flArm riflrtara.t YirA wni In vAnit thv.
ical condition and was, confident that
ho could get back to his old form.
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SHORT SPORTS. ,
, Dr. Hand figures on pulling off
hl track meet an two different
days. The field events will take
place on one afternopn, and the run
ilng races on another. It Is thought
better to do so, as then there' would
be better chances of records being
brbken. If the best athletesnre
called on to compete In too many
evems on me uqt aay, mere is
little change of -new-ntures being
entered on the record-book.
i' Two chamntons went down in de
feat the day NeUon'.got his from
Woigast Attell was knocked out by
rankle Conley in the forty-second
round, that same 'afternoon in La
Angeles. Seven thousand people
witnessed the fight and cheered the
new bantamweight champion when
he delivered the knockout blow that
gave him the title.
The track at the Hoys' Field Is
Ttbolng fixed up In good shape, and
m'ter It is banked, It will be rolled
'.and topdressed until the surface la
na fast as any In the Territory.
BIO MONEY IS
TAKEN AT DATES
The receipts of tho Nelso Woigast
fight were announced as "being $37,-
150. It Is estimated that tbo attend
ance was 15,000, which Is remarkable
In view of tho weather conditions.
Tom O'Day, who Is the real man be
hind the guns of the club that pro
moted the fight and guaranteed the
money, Is the winner by a number of
thousand dollars. Nelson was guar
anteed 112,000, win, lose or draw,
with $1000 oxpcnsls. Woigast was
guaranteed t3?6Q for his end. This
and the attendant expenses would
bring the cost ot promoting the fight
to over $20,000, which leaves O'Day a
good margin of profit ho fs entitled
The moving pictures will mean. a lot
of money for the club nnd for Nelson,
who has 35 per cent. Two dajg be
fore the fight the club was having
trouble with Jones about tho pictures
Jack Koblnson shrewdly suggested
that the club buy out Jones, lie was
promised $500 If Nelson won nnd
$1500 If the Battler lost, half of which
Nelson was to pay. As a result Nelson
gets 35 per cent. Interest In a valuable
proposition for $760.
BE WELL DIVIDED
Hawaiian Team Is Favorite, with
Marines Second Choice Lone
and Desperate Pulli Are Antici
pated When Huskies Meet at
All the arrangements are nearly
complete for the big tug-of-war
which A. K. Vlcrra Is managing. The
hustling A. K. V. is on the Job hard,
and he has nearly all his .teams nom
inated, and with the exception of, tlio
Portuguese bunch of huskies, knows
who Is going to pull for the big
The affair will be brought off nt
the Athletic Park, and If the trials
of strength can not all be finished
In one day, the contest will be con
tinued one week later.
The Hawaiian team ha heen
Quietly practising and the men are
snowing good rorut. it win taKe a
very 'strong combination to defeat
the" waterfront men, as they are a
heavy lot of athletes and can pull on
a rope for a week without giving
The Marines will put a good team
In the field, too, and they say that
the only chance they have of defeat
would be if someone hired the band
to piny "Tho, Btar Spangled Manner"
at a critical moment. The half
wets wou d stand to attention, and
their oppunents would drag them
over the line before they could re
cover their balance.
.The prize money Is all in sight.
and a liberal division will be made
of It. Tho champions will, ot
course, take the big end ot the cash,
but alt the teams will be remember
ed In some way, and even the bunch
which nulls last in thn show will
get some cash to console their feel
There has been no tug-of-war
pulling hero for a long tlmo, and
there Is a big crowd of lovers ot the
sport that would go miles to see a
good tough, contest. At the uni
tary Asabclatlon'sJrack meet a tug-
of-war was brouflB off, but the af
fairs were too short and sddden to
excite much" Interest, It takes a
long-drawn-out pull. In which all
the men strain their nerves and
muscles for a half-hour or more be
fore the struggle Is won, that makes
the spectators get up on their toes
"I was very sorry that Referee
Smith stopped tho fight In that round,
said Bat. Nelson after the great fight.
Thero was still a punch loft In my
right hand and I still had a chance
to land It. I was not backing up at
theflnlsh. but was forcing the flcht.
and there was nb reason for him to
end tho battle tho way he did. If I
was beaten t waniod to bo laid low on
tho broad of my hack and then thero
would havd been no question about
tho result, and It would hao given
Woigast more. credit than what hb
earned by Smith's decision. I was
not hurt. I will-admit I was tired, but
I had a chance to get my wind again.
My face did not hurt me. I was phys
ically fll and I had the heart tn go
on and fight. I will fight Woigast
again, but It must be to a finish and
there must'bo no interference by tho
refcreo. One or the other must take
tne count baroro ho Is declared a
loser, I will leave for Chicago In the
morning to keep my .theatrical engage
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SPECIAL TRAIN IS .' &
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Frankx,Enos Showing- Good Form
Downey Once More in Game '
jac-uon itunnmg u Well u
Ever Good Races Certain.
Last night there was a big crowd
of Marathon men out running and
some long distances were covered by
some of them, 'llayes and Jackson
did u llttlo trot c: some eighteen
miles or so, nnd finished as fresh
as the proverbial daisy, '
Hayes Is mnnlng In beautiful"
form and he should tnako tho best
of tho runners make fast time over
the Ilnlelwa course. He and Jack
son are going to have a six-mile
"sprint" JuBt to Bee who 'is tho bet
ter oyer that to the Marathon
men's mind short distance.
( Keagler and I'rank Bnos were out
last, evening, and the tatter espe
cially toercd the ground In excei-l
lent Btjle. Knos will be remember
ed ob the man who performed so j
"., umv Hi MV IVUfiUa 5IUUIUB III mot
Murutnon that was managed by
Juik Scully. Enos and Scharsch ran tc
very well Irf that race and for lap
after lap were within a tew feet of,
Downey, the dandy ten-mller, it
he wuujd only settle down to real
twining, took a- long run up to
wards tho Pali jesterday. He finds
his wind to bo In good order, and '
thinks that with a few weeks' trainer
Ing he will be able to make good '
time over the full Marathon dis
tance. Everyone who saw Downey
cut out the ten miles at the league
grounds must admit that if the lad
could only be Induced to train hard
he would make the best of the local
peds sit up and take notice.
JackBon Is taking the race ot
March 27 very seriously, and he s
running In good shape. Having won
three Marathons, lio one could blnme
Nigel if ho rested on his laurels for .
tho rest of his days. Hut there is
not much chance ejf Jack ever stop
ping Marathon running till he dies,
and then It would surprise no later-,
arrival in Hades to find, Nigel pro- '
motlng a 26 miles 3S6 yards flying ' .
race, with a pair of asbestos wing--,
for first prlzo. JJj
There wl'l be no plllkla With roi.
gard to a special train on the day ot
tho race, and a prominent sport ls
thinking ot managing that part ot
tho day's fun. Even without the
race the trip rliwn Is sufficient
to attract a big crowd, and when It
la remembered thut there will be. a
motorcycle, bicycle and Marathon
raco on tho eventful day, it can be
safely said that as large a crowd,
If not larger, will make tho excur
sion to Ilnlelwa as did last year. ''' '