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i SPORTING NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE EVENING WORLD
f ARKABLE PHOTOGRAPH SNAPPED AT AN EXCITING MOMENT DURING YALEHARVARD GAMJ
f HANLON WANTS BRUT TO
ft t i fKEEP WORD AND FIGHT I
T DDin HANSON nut Jimmy IJrltt
i H will t the next pjr mntchcil un
Ihe tousi bmoia Ions TSoro has
1beena Brent ilenl of Ulk betwrcn then
jately1 nst It looKi u < uuniKli llrltl will
rather haye to live up u his word or
giriwl tinoU III Ills hole
TIi rs hra bean truutlo aver alnco thu
las llnnlon Illd Corlwtt fl > ht when
Brltt uhalluni the winner Hu iiyreed I
to welffli iorhIKldo fur the luun who
1 cirooOiit vlelurljar but ns the g
L to
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Cocclal ti rie Evenlnr World
BAM FnANClSCO Nov 23Bob Iltl
Itnmons enterwincJ n crowd ot four
t hundred peopLe ywterday atternuin at
ibla trjlnlns umrterJ llcrched worn ar
rans sd In tho gymn slum nie a thcatru
leaVlnc a Epjre twenty feet Iuan In
> tti6 tvijtrs for siwrnnij Kitteen or
Iwonty woxti were Lit tno frant eut
Another crowd was six deep otihind tho
five lows of tXTAhcH
y Elffht rounds of vox In conallluod
the afiernoona work four rounds al
tenntely with Kennedy and llcrs n
XII ormuri 1I0Ee is Jiat oroaou uur
fumed and loru
t The crowd uppUudod afler caci rouul
Mrs KltaslTitnoas held tlio waicliand
calltit time ftr thu bJUt Kltz went
to another room to tsirlp > far u shower
and the crunrd held the dUll wKlo uicii
c The cJld air caught KHz on tie iiecit
and shoulders anil ho had to 00 rubbed
with liniment Ho had JuH rnjovercJ
from lulna there and ruJiuJ over hla
e Jiuck
f Ua IVll III llnil Slinpc
IYtzH foot arc In an awful st < > tu
gBoth arc blistered und almoot raw from
I 2 running lii thu qymiiu > um Ho has
g jotion and Iulv on them all thu time
Ills liutcy Is ulso clufed
U > 6 uyd lu wouldnt feel rlcit If lb o
cnerod file fins tor a nsln f elijiglll
OfoXhoSOJd In every lisit ha lia < nonie
lUtnicnl < but xtlH tlw money Oust UIL
name fi Kaya he would bo ufrud to
6J > In arlhe count right foirnj ho
i Q niclt tklll Biimc ono lij would nuX
Ksay ivliotbcr Uelancy would bu In hla
corner or not He says he hasnt hjard
unyllYlus llxiut It He his 1M
J pountludiowi at which h3 will wclih In
O Ullt CroMil Sec < iirilinr
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it e Oaiducr ltlll ids crowd al hIlioinir
it His Irish Ulan who was with KIU h
ric Gardner lriluliv iiuartcrs now wla
Sandy Kurgeeon lie lellH Gardner all
abtfUt KiUu favorite bluir llu I i tore
on lrltr because he Bjyj the latlcr ddiii
pay him eiuiiKh I
1 Uresgalns boxed Uardnjr without ills
1 r iddim and practised rlu crosses
i 1ffpIey ali > p uJxed four IUUIIUB Oaidticr
A iihi tvorkln as hard as ever
The bolting la liulng up ciardner now
b lnlrUlo 10 on Nhort end s
A areseUin my 1m will watch iUrrt
t hands very carefully next Wednesday
e lilffin and fee thai nothing new In thv
nstui of bandanas in wrmmir Onl
jiur Itnons that Hobs hands arc not of
i 4 the bent and Hiya thai nothing but
NUrelcnl linndigct cin be used as
nrllclca call fur
S4 fritz laughed when told ot thn fears
t p fnjrt GurdnerH camp about bnmlngn
r j > IlQ fayn hero will tin no trouble at nil
b Ovylhe bindJCCK will be Jon buTiti Jie
Yt wnr uit Ihom on n hue rlnsr st to
tiirnw GrcSKnlns 4Ua nil Is well
1 0Hrlcn Will He Ht Hlns Skit
J u J tfhlludclphlii Jack UlJrtun wl < cd to
r l4ik hat ho would hera to challeiiKe
4inii winner Kite will light It tlUCChi <
pfN ul1 but OirJncrcannot do llghRr thnii
wfc VW8 Tfie Utter ntojida going after big
f f wn j
irc1J iIiv do I expect to IDlt 1 win 1
Clt HardB < ir jy in responte to a oucstlori
< fjJOr J Jm lnK right after those ilg
f 7 Id lIke to get Corbctt think
c UltUdraw u toura nnd > from
LJietrhuf Intends to tlljht riggln
tpflUrryCorbett tho
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4 wiV S
vftftwiV l v3L
wan it il > An > he thjujhl It over and i
millrd In
Haitian nio lvjllti for n hard man I
after thrt nnd called Llrltt on his prun i
leo Tho latttf now wants Huntoti Ui i
lUht him at 123 pounds litO oclock I
but Eddie nays they ogrroil tu inert Iii
Wl rlnssMa befute anil why not now I
Mn ety he will l t Drill IIOW un tha
ldu just ai soon im Ho jiuu up his I
money The cluh inutmKcra uii thn count
nrn ii > liiC thrlr Wsl to net n intllemcnt
so tluvt tho ni1 can bo bruughl oft j
nftur tha holldnyj
I
other night and ho said that Jim hid I
written him intern about Flu and me
and hurry says by ttJa WILY tJJ wrute
ute Jude d that Jim was x > klng forha
wuinui but waa not risking II whole
lot of nolxo about It
Wei i cm only SHO threo men fur
me to Unlit if t do win Ono It Jeffrie
hut f thinI Ill have to wait a 4eir or
S > until 1 get heavier for a chince nt
him Yen thoreo Johnson He brait
ma out horn ltit yeir but then tlio
boys know that I wasnt right Id IM n
to bike another chance at him fin
blijirer now and 1 know that I can
hM hIm
I FIIl HAS BAD COLD AND FEET
T ARE SORE AND BLISTERED
fI Grand Old Man of Prize IJing Isnt
i Worrying Over His Ailments as Fight
r with Gardner Approaches Saying He Was
Never Strictly Right for Any Fight
HOfY MADE GOOD I I
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IN PHilADELPHIA
Grgo Ifoey h6 fcatherwtlslit box
er of tho New 101 > A A of this city
mndo BooJ < s a lighter In Philadel
phia nn iiatunlay night Ho met ° Young
Krne ono of tho Quaker Cltyn best
itoyp who u > mo limo IIRVJ flood off
VouiiK Corbett for Ix rounds Hoey
oiul Krnu tioxod ttw full nix lU buds
Vo diiultloiw are given in 1Jillndelphla
but it was thu opJuian of tlioao present
lhst Hooy had I hit bullI tit tho bout
Lucy illfipiiyeil a Krcnfilntl of clover
ticas and such a shrowd judge as Jnc
tcQuiir who rofereed tlie iwut raid
that Htxy has the m iUIiv of a Cham
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ploh The boy ltxed thosemlwlndup
tK the Holly nnd llliicltburn light
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SLOAN SU I FOR 40000
BEGINS IN FRENCH COURT
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PAtUS No 23The full of Tod
Hloan tm American Jockey URalnxt the f
tfrcnoh Jockey Club came up Inthll
Civil Xonrt lodn > heforo n large tit
tcmlancn ° uf HiKirlnnien and jockeys
Sloan clnlnis UO1tJO for bcns warned
off the turf lii winnfcUbii with Count
dc SaintPhallis Uoso do Mal wlnnins
tint nice for the Irl de Diane at the
fhiintlllv races May 17 1003
rh CKI Is attracting much attention
i It Involves the Jockey Club sole
uJ II tin of the turf administration
Miiltro Ui < > orl bisan tin presentation
of BoahM case liy priMostlnR iijulint
the decision
Tlip sliiwards or the Ireiich Jockey
Club on May M liuuedii formal iiollll
I I i v tat Iou Rlian hail
cxcrclho Kof tIe Mai nt Ohnntllly nn j
May 17 wllJout aiUmilty nnd therpfiro
i xuhulod him from further entriniv to
Iho velirlilni Inclosurcs or tralnlnt
sroundn of tho society Hut It wan i
pointed out In the prcss at the time
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THREE YACHTS TO I
TRYFORTHE CUP
GLASGOU flcolliind Nov II The re
ported liucnlloii of Clyde yachtsmen to
ciallvnxo for the Americas cup niK
tod y conllrmrd ly the Uljfgow
Herald Thepaper adds
Th e hitoit MiTiVHtlKiui thu subject
which li favorably received li that
AfoVsrs Coatcsi Clark und Donaldson
1IhoulJ heal three separate oyndlcatep
und have three yachts designed ic pccr
lively1 by Wntidn Fife and Mylno the
yachtH ito be raced throughoutthe sum
mcr rtnd the beat ono to bo jelcctcU
challenge VfJ
SundayvyprldVyantsWorkt >
MonliJay MorhlnoivVonder
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hat HkMiin oxdiKlon Wfle less for
brMli of thin rules III salioplmr Uoso
10 rnl than for
or
spreading turf ru
mors
The llllyH trainer Hrelhc eaeanni
with a line of KOi The nctlon of tha
BtmvarUs of tho French Jockey Clulj
lowed numerous Incidents connected
iiti Itose lu lalM vlct ° ry In the racu
fnr the Prix hi Diane Ullo
ot the ehls
sl Ivjn1 or Iho < wneh W fe
I SrViBlii5W0i the gUI Ush Oaks S5
Worth tQOO
Rosa da Mill Was necoiKl favorite it
al
4 to I but rip rlH on the mornliijl ot the
HUM thai she cotishod and llnil It Wall
probab shv would
not start SIIIt the
iirlc to 12 to I litcr It duvelopod tlijt
nojoilc Mai was heivlly lnrol long
011 she won In line stvh wiir
upon M Murshilmnni u we Iknun
horse owner voliid the uubUc fttUbbg
with the re Jit thou M Cnarroi
who
iMUpcrlntrmletl the till y s IralnliiK ihiVi
Inn ged Win to jiirht a due hut tie serl
onds after consultation un My I
luilmunced Hint there vtna no rof
cause for
a tluel
Thin iimimmdenient wns < slmultnneou
wit h the noUr nt loIJ1I xcluslon rrom
the French turf
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BROWN TARGET
fOR JIMMY WALSH
leeiaI to Tin Kfnnr Wet 11 I
HmHO MaJia Nov 22Jim my
Walsh the baiitnnr chuJnjilon of the
world won an wwy award Saturday
1114111 over tarry brown a Iatsburg
IJItIl Iii DI at the Oontml Atnletlc Club
Iteforce ack uiieehau called the contiat
oil In tho ninth round as Wnlah ivaa
Winning huodlly U was only a mutter
ot accanda wftcn thrown wouldconiplctu
ly collapse us 4o was In u l > ad way
Oitly ln the llrsjl two rounUa did he
clinic any cal > plly iit after that he
tired tinrcepllbly and Wan not nbln to
rotallnto with any vim Wiilah waa tuo
fact foe him and was In and but like
la Jltusb jabbing and shiartilng away
I at body and head and Invarlooly hit
Un > the > Intended niaHi
I From the slxtti to nIP trte theroferte
I exerclied his prerogativeIn the ninth
> Drown iria 1 target > All lie did was
toHry lo weaih the ntorm oti blows
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CAPT MARSHALL PUNTING
JUST AO THE CAMERA ICI < ID HARVARDS LEADER HAS RAISED
THE DALL IN AN ATTEMPT TO QET IT IN V TERRITORY
YALEQ BACKS HAVE RUN DOWNTHE FIELD TO CATCH THE
PUNT AND THE CRIMSON TACKLERS ARE READY TO DOWN
THE RECEIVER
TWORACES OF ORTHODOX
TO BE INVESTIGATED
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Its Up to Beiinings Stewards to FindReason
for Golfs Sudden Improvement
Social to The Evenlne World >
W WASHINGTON Nov 111 Is very
probable that an Investigation will bo
made into the widely different races
run by Orthodox at the llcnnlng meet
Ing Orthodox started on Thursday and
was badly beaten by Ort Wells Cham
plain and rials He started agaIn on
Saturday arid won tho Comolatlon
Stakes with rose
Expert opinion agrees that tim bud
race of Thursday was not through
faulty or Indifferent riding of hIs Jockey
Wondorlv It Is also pretty well agreed
that the rnmdrkubly bad performance
of Orthodox wan due to the fact that
ho was tort
S 1th Sliunlil Decide
It Is up to the stewards to doter
mlno whether the horse was short
and If so why was ho sent to the
jMit in that condition
WuM ho sent to the pout with the
knowledge that he would be ocaten
and the Intent would mako a good
price in t11 stake or was he bent to
jhn Oit because the trainer woe Ignor
31 nt orthiotact that tho horso woo
not at his best
There is IIU end of talk concerning
tim rape and tim comment Is by no
mean fAvorible 10 the owner of Ortho
dox This Kontjemnn u few mlghta ago
boasted how he had
Instructed
inetruotsudhis corn
60POUND JOCKEY J
A LITTLE WONDfH
I W WASHINGTON Nov 23James Tay
lor the midget jockey who rode Circus
to victory In the last race Saturday
is the lightest rUer In tho pigskin at
the present time In America He tips
the scales at sixty pounds In appear
anco ho looks like a manikin Ills
head Is the biggest Part of his anatomy
lie has lightcolored hair and bright
finrlccs blue eyes One or two tcrtli
still lomMn In hlsjaws tile remainder
his friends clilm ImvliiR been 10lt In
ixffrays with his stnblumatcs HeIs
the champion nghtcr of his class 114
has to his credit several knockouts of
boys twenty pounds heavier Around
Jlmnty MrUiuRhllns stable where ho
works ho Is called the King of Spain
Taylor possesses the strength ofu
ymuic num although ht la only four
teen years old If he wcreinot as hard
nu ivalls oral ua tousli as hickory ho
would nut have handed Circus In front
Circus Is one of the hardest horses In
tho country to ride and old Jockeys
have paid tribute to lila sluggish nature
by dropping out of the addlo litter a
nicci cxhniistcd
When ho tat in the saddle Saturday
hIs less barely rwohed below the saddle
tlnpx lie twisted arid turned his mount
atthe posl bill ioiild not make him
walk up with the remainder of the
field Finally In his onset ho blurted
out finy Mr Uitfsldy It looks vory
much like Ill be left ut the po t with
thin lobster Hut 1io got him away
eventually and secured the prize
LOU DILLON BEAT THE MONK
Lou Ulllon ltSVi Queen of trotters
won from Tu Monk on the Speedway
yesterday Tlie going waa wot and
Mr Billings was taking hlg chancesIn
driving the champion under such condi
tions lie did co he said just to
gratify the public desire to ceo the
reat maN trot
lyjuDlllonwill bo driven n halt mile
against time tomorrow paced by two
> unnerV on the Speedvniyi providing
the weaVhex condlllorw will permit
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I mlsstoners Ho bet on Pompano so as
I to tool the bookloslnto laylng them the
Price
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i TrlcUcrj in Hcttliuc I
I And It I said that In the ring 0111
Saturday Quito a considerable bit of
money MB bet on Orthodox by men
wIlt looked as If they had nover owned
thirty cents If ther Is trickery for
the purpose of betting there might be
trickery elsewhere
It Is not for the writer to Judge
however and the Btewirda will prob
ably look closely Into allthe clrcuni
stanceS It Is said that when Ortho
dox Ural arrived at the Dcnnlngs track
IM owner could not etIL stall at
once and tho horse was compelled to
stand In an open short torn number
of hours i
otJth tills Is true then It Is quite possible
thut this experience was enough to
affect the horiie and take oit his edge
It Is also known that on Thursday
when ho ran his bad race hewarmcd
up through the stretch in his best
form which modo It appear as If he
was at his best The public Is entitled
to know the facts In the case and It
11 upto the stewards to furnish the
facts
Sjiort line Dctn Inn
Racing hall been ery clean at Wash
lnKtonUiti fa nllr1the pro i > cit8aro
that the remaining two weeks wilt
provo as clean Thin book programme
for the present week promlics aome
excellent sport <
BENNINGS ENTRIES
UACE rItA lJENNING8 Nov 3
Thn entries for tomorrows races are as
follows
First Itace Uandlrap all ages six fur
lonrH
Younir Henry MT Sals f 15
f Ice Water Kl IXJIHT hour 113
Toxy Kane IS1 1 Mllftrtl U > ve lia
Kim Peuoer li1l lAbor 1H
lllale U IU1 Ueneieo IIH
Ixicket 118 Alforleii 119
I Second Itace All BECH mil and forty
Jnnlii
I Sam Craig 111 Kunanln HIT
I Kiiranlass 111 rimmplnln 00
i llasnvcrine 111 MnRipur 110
i Mastrrman IIS Ilathowen KT
HWI i107 lrlnrthorp XT
Mabon lOT Ponipano 00
Thlril Itace Sterplechaiie four > yearol < ii
uml upward r about twn muse
< onrver ins 3a cor 141
Harrow tiM lied Hawk ISH
mack Dent 1 147 John K unens 11T
I Itrlon 148 Manlllan I
da 148 UncKlnlKht 1M
Kourth Ilnce flavlnn failed to flu the en
tries for the Ixth race those drawn runnlnc
ns the fourth race Selling all ages seven
furlongs
IllKhlander 110 Amy Day SI
Melsterslngcr 110 Mlmon 84
O murrer 110 Sweet Tone 84
Paul Clifford lOT lllght and True U7
Fifth nac Twoyearold six furlong
Tom Cod i lOS Iord of tho Vall yl04
Sale i IDS Urltkany los
Urrelll ilOS Dlmplo HW
irailallo ION Hurdetti jus
Forthunter 108 Clear the Arena IOJ
Chamnlam 108 Uoll Urraker Ilios
Ilxtlt Itactlor all V Vfn furlongs
All < old lli Sneer III
IliB Major 102 1leuant MttnorieiK
Jatlro 110 Ilamlerllla K >
lied DaniBel IOT Mohican 67
If
CLERMONT RINKS OPENING
The ClermontAvenue Ice Skatlngninlt
of Ilrooklyn will open for tho season
IVioJikagUlng Day There will be In
ice carnival on that day to properly
Inaugurate tho season Uorlon irpny
Kcrney Swan and other flyers on the
Ice will be on hand to take part In
the handicap races There will also be
xchlbltlcn hockey matches between the
exports of tho Cro ceLt Athletic Club
and the Ilrooklyn Statlne Club
CHAMPIONS IN THESE GAMES
With all entry which Includes many
local champions In < track and field aport
everythluus In readiness for the an
nual gamed of the Twcntyrsecond
ment AAtontcht In the armory
Iiroadway aria Sixtyeighth street
Nearly every hM35 of aplked hoe
athletics will to given Including sprint
middle distance and long distance run
nlng Jiurdltcig rack and threelegged
raclnje < wall eca < lnov c cMU3 Uaff
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YALES FOOTBALL ELEVEN iOT
PLAY IN NEW YORK EVERY YEAR J
COLUMBIA PLANS
CALIFORNIA TRIP
A trip to California is now beme
planned by the members of the Colum
bia football eleven They may taketlle
journey during the Christmas holidays
President Butler has given his consent
to the trip Games with the UnlverHl
tics ot California mid Lelaiid Stanford
will be played If tho trip Is made
Columbia has many Western players
011 her eleven Capt Smith and lilshop
are from Oregon Jones Is from Ne
braska and Wily Jrb quarterback last
season who was mainly Instrumental In
getting tho Idea Into working shape Is
an old Leland tHan to n1 University
player
NE of < the bright particular stars
0 who with his partner will bear
close watching In tho International
championship nixday bicycle race which
logins In Madison Square Garden Dec 6
Is the Chicago flyer deorse fceander
who won tho sixday championship last
winter
When ho started in the race with
Floyd Kreba as his partner last winter
ho was not certain whether hewould
be able to hold his own with the fast
rprlnters For the llrnt three days how
ever ho and his partner remained wIsh
the leaders On tile fourth day the fast
bunch of riders Stole nlan on Krebs
FOOTBALLS LAST j
FOOIBftLLSIS
GAMES IS VVEEK
The football season of 1003 ends this
week with the playing of three Im
portant games ns follows Pennsylvania
and Cornell In Philadelphia Ttoanksfftv
ing D4y the Army and Navy game In
Philadelphia Eutimjay1and tho Car
hllo Indians battle with the North
western University ot ClilcaBo at CJui
cago
The U of P eleven Iras proyen ds
appointment this season and thpopln
will defeat
that Cornelr
Ion of experts Is
feat them mm 1 i
BOY IVIYSTERIOUSLYMISSING
Kri aU KtavlKnr niMniutPur While
> n III VU y to School
The iollco have been asked to send
out a general alarm tor Frank Krnvln
fimrtcen years old who left his home all
No Knickerbocker avcnue > VIIlams
burg last Monday anomlnstoattehd lila
fkisso at the Commercial High School
TJedford and < jeffcreonttVcnuets Ho dis
appeared before ho1 reache the instltu
tloii When the boy left home lie wore a
blue serge suit and gray cap Jf had
45 cents In money and a sliver watch
lie had n sum of money on deposit In a
savings bank but this has not been
touched Inquiries showed that none of
bin friends saw hint that day
The boy had boon etudylrjK unusdally
hard for the midterm examinations and
his mother fears hIs mind Is affected
Mwrqule le Cialirlntf Dcnil 11
PARIS Nov 23 Ollarquis deCJoirlac
a celobrnted French diplomat Is dead
at the age ot fiftythree I
DR WILiAMsj
NEW YOHKS MASTER aPBCIAMST
rirrc AIIEtIve
1UncFc of Dioceses IVlon
165 West 34th Strtet Ncjv York
Hours DA Mi to 8 Pi M 8unnay JO to a
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Sporting S
CHICAGO HANDlCAPPEnZ33nro 4wiiyJ
40 worm expert racing Information
Junes Extern ajid Wlttm claJI han
dluip unsurpaj edrconicnku on June sDlei
Mis and Dannies coining money weeki
tnsicQnvhilees everybodr B0ova lly 3
weekly i >
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New Agreement with Columbia Will Save
New Yorkers Alternate Trips to New Haven
It Is Said and Will Benefit Elis Adherents
I T
in This City t
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Tales football eleven will pliy In
Tscw York every year hereafter under
Ells and
a new asrcementbetwcen the
the Mornlngslde Heights eleven It Is
said the New Unvenltes will make the
trip hero every seasoff Instead of al
ternately
This Is a big advantage to Colum
bia of course but it will also benefit
tho Yale alumn1 arid adherents In this
city giving them a olranco to size up
LEANDER AND BUTLER
A FAST SIXDAY TEAM
Leander instead becoming dis
couraged mounted his wheel and with
the aid of his partner soon regained
the lost lap Ho and Jacobson then
Mol a lap on the others and In the
inn I brush for first place on the last
night Leander beat out Jacobson
Leandcr xvlll team tfrlth NTTTButler In
thu coming race The latter Is one of
the best riders Inthe country The cast
UJ r rJerrJ
aoUi
season Leander has ridden behind
motors nnd shown marvellous speed
Ho has a wonderful pair of muscular
less which have been preatly dovcloped
since laTt season In fact hohaa Un
proved 1101 much In his rIding that hn
and hls > partrcr will no doubt try and
set n terrlDij nace from tho start and
HlllvqfftJi competitors
BOYS OF fASTAND
WEST GRIDIRON
A football game of national Inyior
tnnco will bo played at WashIngton
Park Brooklyn next Saturday when
the North Division High School team
champions of the West will line up
osalnst brooklyii High school boys
1iie crack North Division High Sciool
eleven las Saturday won the Western
cnamplonehlp by beating tho Hyde Paric
team 17 to 6
Boys High having played a 00 game
with Do Witt Clinton High School tor
Ihe championship of Greater New Yoiit
wun the right to defend at1 this end by
the toss of a com after the game
Eighteen men wIll leavo Chicago next
Thursday morning and will be kept here
until Sunday An attempt ti beIng
made to have Mayorelect McClllan
tos out the pigskIn at the start of the
game if ho Is Now York at the time
the team and relieve them of ithi
necessity of making the rip to the
Nutrii e State
HARVARD lOOSING I j
TO NEXT SEASON I
CAj3RIDGE Nor Harvardfoot
ball players sutd oupportera wa not q
yet over tho defeat administered by
Yale All agree that IV was anaf4
game to loso and that the proverbial 1
Yale luck had a lot to do with tbr
roll Weakness In the puntingjhju
game i one reaaon given lor the ioaatofthe
SId another year Is coming andJal
ready plans are being fornjeu loolcln
season tCward a victory liver the Blls Jhext
The Crimson will lhavo a good uclua 1
to start tho season with in 1904 In the
line Andy < Mar hall the guard and
Clothier the end will graduate while i
Bowdltch has played his four Xiws and
behind the line Capt Marshall Is trie
only one to leave This jrJyes ilont
somery for one end Derby and Know
ton for tackles Le Moyne for guard r
arid Parkinson atcentre And behind thi
Una thoro will be Nichols Hurley anfl
Schoelkopf the same trio that playi
daturday to etiy nothing of tliesub
tOtes like Harrison Randall Nesni I
and Mills Noycs will still bo In the Law
School and theretor a likely man for
quarter as ho has been first sub to
Marshall this year 4
Just who will captain the teamIs a
matter of great speculation at prn
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VALES FOOTBALLi ltf1
PROFITS 600 I
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NEW HAVEN Conn NbvHS3rja II
thousand dollars will about cover Y
this Jig t
football profits season
amount Is tho largest of years G I
to the unprecedented attendance t t
the games with Harvard an r ftl
ton
It Is approximately estimated t
Yalea store of the Princeton recelj
taking out the expenses will be In
neighborhood of J2UOOO There werel
35000 persons at the game csch > ot
nom paid 2 to see the cotltt
The receipts were something over5QQ
With estimated expenses of 110000 Ble
and Princeton should easily dIvide 44
000 With a crowd of 40000 at the Cam
bridge contest Yale men figure that
there should bo at least 75000 thetl
and allowing 15000 for expenses loaves
JOOOOO to be divided between tho COl t
leKts The actual receipts and expeD M
ot the Yale Football Association will not
be known until tho annual meeting
January but with the receipts of ill f
Columbla game In New York and other
minor contests It Is believed that Yale
can easily pay all her football s
and clean up 130000 on the game i
the nnt rdl il1ft
Laityear I tin IITTL receipts were iii iir
neighborhood of 35000 but Yale tflrst
16000 In now stands which detracted I
from the net Income lift
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