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DURABLE DIE SHOWS THAT
HE COULDN'T COME BACK
DRAW DECISION IN FIFTEEN-ROUND GO AT SAN FRAN
CISCO LAST WEEK BETWEEN NELSON AND LA GRAVE.
NELSON'S WORK WAS DISAPPOINTMENT.
On tlic night of October "1 Hat- did lie lock heads with Ills opponent
Mini: Nelson nml Antone I.a Orate, ami slug In Die clinches. He either
thif Sim I'iiiiicIs k y lightweight,
fought a llftenn-ioiiml ill aw at
It In the opinion of the sporting
writers on the Count that Nelson
could nut conio h.ick, Mint ho lacked
the Biod1 ami accuracy of his for
mer battles, nml l.a (Irave lacked
the (itamlua that makes fighter.
I.a Grave hail the best of It In
welBht, tipping at 130 1-2 pounds.
when the agreement was 133.
Harry II. Smith, writing of tho
mi'ii nnd the fight In the Chronicle,
says the following:
Nelson missed more frequently
than lie did on the day that he lost
Ills lightweight title; his former ac
curacy was hut a mockery of tho
past, his speed was wholly absent
and ho did not appear able to stand
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(Kcasloim. He showed nil this form
from the first round, and another
has been added to tho long list or
men who have failed when thoy
thought thcro was still another
Chance for them.
In spite of the failure of Nelson
to make good, as he had predl.ted,
thorn Is little tilumph for La Crave,
In his draw decision, a verdict that
would ordinarily clevato him from
the list of the unknowns In the box
ing world to a position whero ho
might claim a match with the cham
pion. Almost any other man than
I.a (Irave would have knocked out
tho fotmer terror from Ilegewlsch.
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j.a urnve snoweii nut n 8iKn oi
punch and he proved In more ways
tl.n.V one that 1,0 isn't built of the
material mat sinnus tno gna. Micro
were times last nlcht when It looked
as If I.a (Irave wnB wllllnc to cry
quits. Toward tho close ho was evi
dently lasting out the right, hut ho
made a whirlwind Ilulsh, carried Nnl.
sou on his feet and had tho Dane
Just n slight hit In Jeopardy.
Interest, naturally, was centered
chiefly In tho showing of Nelson, nnd
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iu o.i nml II n.m mi.ii!wiii!iiih 1"
his friemis is putting it iightiy. u
thoso who saw Nelson In action at
Itlchmoml (oncludcd that the chain-
plon had gone lia.'k, thero was still
moro reason for thinking ho after
last nights performance was over. ,nvo como to Btny Is within three
He was far fiom being tho Hat- weeks of being answered. Noxt Sat
tier that wo havo seen at any time HriayB conlcstB will bo the lnrt bo
slnco ho has come Into the public f()re tho llnnl stiuggles under tho
.eye. Ills old-tlme aggri)islveness ncw IU0S. T1,0 commission Is al
was manifested, for Nelson has not ready sizing tip the situation to see
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nir ti lu nnnrnirn imr ima mill fn itrv
nnd tho shrewd placing of punches
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Nelson stand punishment as he was,
accustomed to do He tired last
night toward the close of the battle,
and that was ono tiling that allowed
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so wide a margin.
Many of he rounds were fairly
oven. Theio wero several in which
Nelson looked to havo his man on
the run, but I.a (havo had a big lead
In the sixth and bcventh nnd camo
bark strongly In thn fifteenth. Tho
Bane did the most punching dining
tlie llgnt, iiit ins blows have lout
IHU llinu LI1IIL ItJllllt'llV HilB III 1I1S
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ngs. and La (Irave did
II.. ...nul i.nnlul.l.in. Hlvllm V.l.nn
tho credit due him for being the ag-
gi.-spor. It U quite as Itefciee Smith
gi.-spor. It U quite as Itefciee Smith
says, that I.a (Irave met tho Issue
very often ami with, telling force.
Harly In the hecond rounil Nelson
brought Mood to La Grace's ,nos,o
wlth a left, ami U10 .Ilutchcrtown
lad shuWed. that-has dld'ii'i lilio It
by backhJg awayjAU throuA the
fifteen ,otindi howW Vlcdlng moro
or less, but' none tho loss ho roCled
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jaw or upporcuis to mo tace, tho
Dane almost entirely nbamloaed his
old stylo of flghtltig. Very raroly
Dcglnnlng today, the Bulletin'! sporting page will be edited by H. E.
Walker. Mr. Walker has had a wide experience In sports, both amateur
and professional, and will maintain the high standard that the D u 1 1 e.
1 1 n's sporting department has set In the past. The Qui le tin wilt conti
nue to publish the FIRST news and the DEST newt of sporting events not
only in the Territory but throughout the world.
The new sporting editor aiks that all team managers and others Interest
ed in athletics cooperate with him by tending In announcement! of coming
event! or tportlng gostlp of any kind. The Bulletin will be glad to
couldn't do It with I.a (lrne or he
preferred to try blnifclf out at longer
range. And his trial was n losing
RECORDS FOR" BIG
MONEY ARE BROKEN
World's Series $17,872 Ahead
of Any Other Five Games,
CHICAGO. Oct. 31. The world's
series of 100ft remains at high water
mark w 111, , tola a tendance and re.
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wo niore than this year. f the Ath-
letlc-Cub series had gone two games
ll.ll.ici II nml... ll.no uuiueU i
records. In tho live games played
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the attendance was 6512 larger thanu
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Kiur iuhv jrii. mi: ICU'IH "i
I'lttshurg, and tho players' sharo of
the receipts this year was $12,117
greater than tho pool lyhlch wbb di
vided between tho rlrates and the
Kormer records for big money wero
swept Into tho discard In the world
champlonshlri series this year. I.Ike.
wise tho players of both teams will
draw more coin. The final count set
the total attendance for five games' ,,',,' ,:',, ,Ym T. T J .
at 1-4 " and tho total receipts -at'1'" tllPy ,lerhc but lll,1 c,c,llt for
ut 1.1,... nun me ioi.ii receipts ,..- vli.lnrv. IVm-i.il .....i iinitin
$173, 980. In 1000 the seven-gamo
series drew 14R.444 for a grand box
,,ni. nf 10Rfin9 TtvAnlv.llirKA
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athlete, on each club will cut Into
he mejon , to bo served by tho Nn-
""""'V"""" -"""" "'" " " ..match of the dav wim tlm one In sin-
$2i)B2..o ami cacti'
Tool . H.o M.otn.l""" """w.. ... ...n.u,, ,l..,l , . l.
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plon l'lrates received $1745 apiece,
while tho Tigers were given $1333
per man fnr tholr share as losers.
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HAVE NEW RULES
COME TO STAY?
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Two Weeks More Will Decide
IIOSTON. Oct. 31. The Question
of wmt)ier tho now football rules
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wnewier ine preseni game is a iixiurc.
or ne"ds more tinkering, elthor back
towaru ine original or lowniu more
Th, cry, principally fiom old play-
erBi ngalimt the latest modification1
hng BI,U8dcd to a whisper, and with
ine nnurcu nut cm uown uv irom
25 to 40 per cent., leaders In tha
sport seem agreed that the rules
cominltteo will make only minor
modifications next year.
In the work of Kastem colleges up Powoll and llatkln, 0-4, C3. Soml
to dato Harvard and Princeton stand finals Janes ami McLoughlin beat
nt the head, with their goal lines
intnct nnd, a string of six nnd flvo,
victories, respectively. As Harvard ,
inn cini-n.l n t mi Mi ilnwn In nuacv
11 ti a muivu t nni' iiuu n 11 111 vvvia
Bnme and Princeton failed to get
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layette winning by n field goal
ti10 camh'ridco learn ls nlaced first on
tl0 Cambridge learn Is placed first on 1" i "j,,!' , ' ,
tll0 l:iV8tern sti Tll0 Nava, Cadets"1' f ,,, f"'i!
nro thlid y cn,cmll ""
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DOTS AND DASHES.
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,Se'r m kZuZ
tho )ti8o and JlmmMUAlqer.l
unngnr o''te Washington club,.are
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,n Ul0 wruronsln woodi on a
Weekly II n 1 1 el In HI per year,
McLoughlin Reached Finals in
Play October 23. -
According to the Chronicle, In the
annual liny ountlcs championship
on October 23 .Maurice McLoughllii
nml K. Kottiell reached the final!
lound of the singled and (inrgo,
James nnd Mct.oughlin reached tho
final In tho doubles. K, l'ottrell
and W. Jnhnxton and Ambrose and
MiSwuIn have a match to play In
tho hcml-flnals to determine who
khall mot .McLoughlin mid Janes In'
Hud Mcl.oitghltn and Janes been
opposed to a high-class team In A Superb Scenic Production
cither of their matches yesterday Augmented Cast Everytlt'nR New
II,,,.. ,.. .I., i.. n . ....... i. mi.. i.... Looks Like Standmtr Room for
suffered defeat. Janes played In
wretihed form, nnd McLoughlin
hardly played the tennis that was
expected of htm. The two teams
they met wero mailn up of fairly
good Individual players, but neither!
0f them knows the gaino of doubles.
n T knes a nd
MeIj01Blln teM,M ,, ,, wcro
carcU.sa their play I
A, tnM McI)'llEn 8hmve(, bctJ
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enough to wariant tho belief that
lmpr0VC(I ,,.,,,, In Ms!
Piny, llo Is no doubt handicapped'
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.! ?ut H
lIcI.Diiglilln'a driving was wonderful
at times. He drives nlmost.contlnij
unlly, and In this respect ho has'
changed Ills gamci Bomowhat. Ho'
seems to take tho ball on the rise
Instead of waiting for It to drop, as
do nil the other players here.
Mcl.oughlln nnd Janes won In
straight hots from both l'owell and
llfltLIn mill Pilrlnii ntnl IlnnnnKni-n
i either victory. Powell and Iiatkln
i led them at 3-1 in the second set,
tnllll lint fnr tlin fdr. Iltnt flin.. l.n I
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iutni ovornnxlous they might possl-'
. )mvo wm t
Tll(J c()gegt m()n Illt(,restn(;l
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glcs between 1
kin, l'ottrell proved tho winner,
and by his victory goes Into the
final round, where he will meet Mc
Louglillu. Tho match between Hat
kin nnd l'ottrell went tho full five
sts. After each had taken a set
the third wont to li-o before rot- Winners iii A.. A. U, Tourney
trell won It. llathln evened ,,p mat-, t Trave Widely.
ters on tho fourth, .and but for tho, J
fact that ho broke his racket toward; Tll company V basketball team,
the end of the set the final ono national champions and holders of
would In all probability have been tho "Victory" United States cham
tloscr. A strange racket handicap- !0Khlii trnnhv which was won nt
ped llatkln considerably In the fifth
'lI filial linfnrn l.n irnt ,lntn 1. I . etl.ln
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Koltroll bad a lead of 3-0. llatkln
managed to win threo games, and
under tho clrcumstnncea his show-
lug was a good one.
The scoies of the day's play fol -
Singles, third round, McLoughlin
neat ic. u. nujit tniougli default: 1:
Hardeman beat 1 (Juorln. 7-5, 4-0,
0-2, 0-2. K. fottrcll beat O. Oucrln,
0-1, C-l, 0-4. Seml-nnnls Mc-
Loughlln beat Hardeman, 7-a. C-2,
o-u: i-oiiro 1 ueai naiinn. u-4. 2-i.
119, 2-C, G-3. '
Doubles, thrld round, l'ottrell and
Johnson beat Cahlll and Mnrdts, 6.2,
G 4: Janes and McLoughlin beat
Curley nnd Ilosonborg, CI, G-l
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DOTS AND DASHES.
T,, rn . m . n, n,..lnn,, ,,.
MlO TA Ulg lllCOt t Oalilaild tlUS
w,,lter n"!8" t0 be a big one, nc-
cor'"11 .t o 1'rfsont outlook. Sov-
.1110 hast nave ai-
Inst Week heforo
tho opening of tho stake events sev.f
oral stables arrive,! from different
poiiitB In Canada, the Prltchard and
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off noxt Saturday and promises to
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in recent years.
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'FRISCO -RIDER OUT
OF SIX DAY RACE
HOSTON, Oct. 31. A hid spill lato
In the opening day of the six-day bi
cycle raco at tho Boston nrnna re
(,ufpi, , numucr of team8 from
twelve, to ten, whllo Iver Lawson
of Salt ,,,. wlu ))0 lall for
,.,. l, WIM. l.rnlinli cnllnrlinnn
At .,. ..., ... tho fiev01llll ll0lir
nno 0, tho tcamB ,,,, cover0(l jgr,
, ani, ,,, w)lll0 new ieam
jiitton nnd Walker, was ono lap bo-
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result of tho spill, In which
eanu weto mixed up, Antler-1
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b"" .'. nu ...... it, ii......lt ... r.uju t
nrens or Australia, was iniureu anil
withdrew. Kroha was unnblo to se.
euro nnolher partner,
I Fred West of San Pranclsco, of the
Wcst-Mllten team, was also obliged
'" withdraw, whllo Lawson of the'
Lawson-Walkcr team was out with
a broken collarbone I
Ooidon Walker of Australia and
Worth Mitten nt IVlvfliinnrl In..'
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1 madn up a now team and wont Into
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against them, which they had not
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