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6 YOUNG r The Featherweight Champion the Only j WCTV IVF Exclusively fqr The Evening World thej
1 I Y 0 U N GORBEfF Champion Boxer on tho Scene of Battle j I Wl > REPORT I k Full Story of the FitzsimmonsGardner I 86 FIGHT JE
r Vi TlimtColO fntri ThankfulInn ilondjr C
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NIGHT EfENING I EDITION j
EDITION
0 I II Circalation Looks Open to All L V JA A yi V y a j ys y AA r J II CfrcJnjilcs Open to All 1 4
j PRICE ONE CENT I NiWYOR1c VKDKSDAY iOVIlBER 25 1HIKJ LRICK ONE CENT
TITIAN REPORTS SHE
DffiNT SINK CEDRIC
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Vessel Satd to Have Been in Collision
with the Great Steamship Reaches
Manchester Safely and Was in No
a
Mishap WhateverDuring Voyage
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Agents of the White Star Line in Liver
pool and London Declare the Story
Was a Cruel Hoax and That the
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Cedric Will Arrive Here ToMorrow
1 Spchl Cilf I > e patclie in l if ienmtt ViirKt frim PtafT I orrcsyjnd4nt
IVbKIOOL Nov SThc While Slir lifte agent here said this
i aftcuiiion
I I im ilisnlit ely convinced thai the C edric is safe
i he aucnt said it was impossilile to overtake thejie that the Cedric
ijI had been Mink it sea by the Titian ol thc Lamport Mojt line No
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vessel of hat linc g < ie > within a hundred miles of CedricYtrackand the
I J agent is confident Ihe great sleunship will arrive at New York tomor
lOW The Titian reached Manchester today and reported she had been
in no mishap whatever
k LONDON Nov iWhen The Evening World correspondent
called on Ihe agent of the White Star line and asked about the reported
snking of the Ccdri he said
t We have no ground whatever for placing the slightest credence in
c reported sinking of Cedric midocean We deny it absolutely ft is
simply a cruel hoax and all efforts of our representatives Liverpool
c have tailed to trace its origin
it SO CONFIRMATION OP RVMOR
J The report that tltc great Whit Star liner Cetlrlp which sailed from
I Ilvcrpojl last Tfiurwlny was sunk In midocean In collision with n vessel
S of Hi Lampoit Holt llm > IR without verification In answer to
liitndinls of lifirams from all over the country and to telephone inquiries
I iV the loral BROiits of the line assert lluii belief that the rumor Is false
iiVt That tilt Icanllo Crciir v Itli her many watertight campartments and
> r fr hr Jtigi ii i mill in Mink In colIMon with nnyihlng th floats short of
j a battleship Is not credited In shipping circles
11 The Cedrlo IK the largest steamship afloat She carried nearly 1000
parsvnecrH when Bhi sailed from Uverpool last Thursday There were L90
Jlrst rabIn 160 second cabin and fi40 steerage passengrc
1 She Is due off Nantucket somA time tonight tomorrow In case sho
1 falls to report when due the local agents will cable to Liverpool for a list
of the passengers and arrange to send out for definite rnformatlon
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1 STOLE MOUSETRAP
AND GOT 3 MONTHS
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Had There Been a Mouse in It
Michael Battle the Culprit
1 Thinks He Might Have Been
Sent Up for Life
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If i pan self three month for tcallns
Y n moiiictrip qouldnt he be eseouled
for iiMlnK II dop hon
That N alit Mlcnie1 Untie niutft li >
A know Mlclmol Is the man who stole th
muuoftrap It ulll be clo e to iprlns
it1 I bf ire he git nIT HlicknrllN Island
f Sli The helnoUf crlnnj was committed four
rtV dHVj ano Michael na tvilklnir olotiK
1Ji the Mtrctt wliifii lie CIIIIP nt ro l a junk
stand Iondiictcl liv Henjnmlu Pint He
m < do up hi mln to rnld the junk
r > 14111 lit Careful ln potlon of the con
p tents hjA him tliil theie was notii
a log that notild yield return In 11 PHWII
J Ilmii hilt ii Hinil moiisetrnii
Allchiul wlpil the mouctrap and
I put It In lilt Docket A policeman saw
hltn do It iind iinploil him
tiV Ho rtin dricieil shrleklny Into the
f I Couil of Special 3iuloiY toII Thiee
I j ho > Kmn Jude called IN case They
hiI were honllld at tlio cnoimlty of hH
l 1 I ollonse
DM von meal that mivjisctrap
nuked tile Court
r i Athhacl iidmlttcd that In did Thv
f caught him with the iTJoiln on HH hail
1 to admit It
t Tlireo mont nild the Judst III
thoriii >
If theie was a moue In the trap
I theyd hae given me llfu mm Iliu
tIn 0111 t of Michael Ui t tie liS he starte1
toy the pilutlnl bnat thut piles between
Tventyiitxtli Htipet and Ulacknclls
blund
FORCING CANFIELD TRIAL
lrfniilniit MtoriKvx llnnh
Orilci fur Hill of Inrtluiilnmf
iSlwclal lo The inilnu World
I BINailAjMTON N Y Not 2A
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4eer coUp Is planned by Itlchard Call
I lleldn attoineya here today to force
If H > i oise to tutu on Due 15
Tim action of UlctrlctAttorney Je
04 rone in apiiralliifc and thus punhlne the
1 lO OVM the term will bo counteracted
S lv ttitlylns the order granting a bill of
I pnrtlcuilin Thin will leave thecatmln
S Ha iirluliml Htuto nnd compel the prose
S i utlcci tu ijo on trial on Dec 15
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iSECRETLY WED HIS
i PRETTY EMPLOYU
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Thomas F Peterson of Brook
lyn Makes PubliX the Fact
that He Married < lrene Irving
Four Months Ago S S 1i I
For tour month TJomnJi rtemon
Present of the PurlLu Laundry Com
Pllllyof BrIiklyn iticj general
VhofnBrm manAger
of th
he nornurh Tile Compaiykejtse
< rct 11 mirrlasr to Irene Irving for
merly an employe In the onioe ofthe
laundry Today the wedOIng announce
mentd were nent out and A Thanloirtvn
feat it which many friends ItI1Ibe
lirexont wll nem as the wedding iln
HerAllH
AllH Irving norke for Mr Peteraon
for threo yean Sheoj n vervw pretty
youiiff nomiin full of charm ami grncn
On the eve of July 14 Mr Ieteison and
I Ml IrUnR took
a trolley ride to
KrJffliton Ilpirh
Te daj followlnR Ml Peron look
an hour off from IIH offlfce And MIss
I IivliiK left her work lit the Same time
I lojtether they went to the Cutliollc
burnt of the Nativity where the
marrlMl by 1evJiime ODonnll were I I
hey are t101t lfltiitIed at N o 2oii
Ulookln avenue
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RUN DOWN BY AN AUTO I
Vn Otirrntril hy llcrinan ot Eel
Sun Who fpcnili Hour In Cell
While crossing Oroa < Iwa > at Forty
llfth street today Edward J Cahlll a
Inborfr of No 1593 J Wnston avenue
wa knocked down by a bit gasolinu
automobile operatedhyJfermau A Ed
soil otNo 1I Seat One Hundre1 and
First t
In the automobile with iMr Edaon wan
his wife Mr Kdson wag arreited bv
Patrolman Ward of the West Forty
seventh street ntutlon and spent about
an hour In a cell before lila father
Herman Kelson arrived Mr Kdion
telephoned for a lawyer and left for the
WeNt Ride JfoHt Court wtthvhln ion
and Patrolman vViud
This laborer Cahlll wag severely
bruited end received a ecalp wound II
Wl > tak nfothQ noovoveft Hodllal
Don NraUct CQURII TakePhoe
Cure tor Conoumptlon Urn Z3c S
P J
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MU i4rYQ8i >
IMISfMEUON
i WINsmURTH
Filly at Odds of 15 to 1 Gets
Home Ahead of Her Field and
Stopped Streak of Winning
Favorites atBennings
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HEIR APPARENT AT 1Q TO 1
CAPTURES SIXTH EVENT
Wild Thyme Has Practically a
W lkov > er in Third Race and
Buttons Wins the Fifth Easily
Robin Hoods First
I T WINNERS
FlRSTflACERobIn Hood 18 to
5 1 Judith Campbell 9 to 5 2
Maaterman 3
SECOND RACEGananogue 2 to
1 1 BIeot Belle Meade 4 to 1 2
Belle of Wakeflcld 3
THIRD RACEWlld Thyme 1 to
20 1 Nancy D20 ti 1 2 Onlx
two starters
FOURTH RACEMis Melton 15
toif 1 Colleen Bawn 4t to1 2
The Bowery 3
FjFTH RACE Buttoni J1to 3 1
Norbury 8 to 1 X Toscan
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XTW RAcE Helr Apparent 10
toij CKltia B 6to 52 Motile
Monopoe 3 t L I
S SEVENTH RACE courtmaia 6
to1fiThe > Guard man 8to 1 2
Cottage Mald 3
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I6II4LI tO Til Ettnltur Would
RACE THAClvjBDNNINGS Nov 43
Though uthrWere seven races on the
card today wltl < stance race at a fea
ture the cafd vraa one of the poorest
of the mtySnf The stake race the
Vestal ns a practical walkover for
Wild Thjmf Thoi fifth race was also a
praiMcal walRor for Buttons The
IIrut race was a two hqiso affair MO
that out of thecHeM races only duPe
pnmls to furmsh ally speculutlon
The weather wo 2 bright anJ pleis
nt tho jih a M4 cold and llio atjend
onfjewaii not particularly BooJ Ti
tack wa lnexcellent shape
irjlorrls Hny nan the owner ot Ortho
dux apo ared nh the culirce this aftr
noon and was called t > fore the stow
ardsMorris
Morris Hayman owner of Orthodox
has been putiliclyreprimanded and flnrd
oobythe stenaMn of the Washing
ton Jockey club for running hlsr hone
unfit A second offense will result In
hli entries being refused
FinST HACB
Six And onehalf ftirlonici
nttlnc
BtartrVi vrhli Jocki Rtlllfrin Sir PI
Rabin Hood Hi Udfcrn 2 2 1 4 Sl 12
s1 rt it
J Campbll104 j Walsh 8 1L 2 > V pi UA
MaXernian I 31j t IS n
W I rlfl4 > lcht 4 6 4h alp jr
Master Print lOOHomIM B 4 It IS A
Clown 1M Olandt 1 It n no 7
AOranzrlollturler n 7 7 IB A
HibotMOI MIchael 10 x H vi 1
PrlnrelH PMJlhollnnd II II Ii toil loll
Iakrland112 Ilckerln H to in TOO inn
nnihtut ior Blake it V n un HI
Start poor Won handily Time 122 35
Misterman beat the gate a couple of
le ihfbUt Master Prim and Judith
Campoell eoon cauxht him and these
three raced Into the stretch In close
order nobln Hood then went to the
front and staying there to the end won
easily by a length and a half from
Judith Campbell who was the same dis
tance In trout of Masterman
flECOND HACK
rIve furlonn
llrillnx
Htartrn htE Jocki St lilt Fin Sir Il
Cintnoiuie 0v HMftrn < 1 i I 1 4r
ll1i g t
II of irifeailloVMelii 4 > 2 4 T
UofWakeflnldlOROhan 7 II 1 12 3
My Alice lOll lllRKf I I > 4 wi 12
Uhtr I > f105BW > Oh4 2 > 5 21 n
Alcoiauln UP liullnunia 12 II II 2
IAdv MlrthfulinjArvIn H 5 7 12 r
11nuDolI1ti Wnknll 7 J < il 112
Tonawand 101Treuli lll H II 211 H
lllMlelUIAltomlll 111 1 > It 10 12 3
Man AuilflQJ Mcaflo a Hi n SOP no
Moimtaln 1 I nreezeK McK ddenl4 liV II 11 200 no
ManiaFlute IOAFelcht 11 11 211 IU
riD rrner 111 ll > er > l ir 14 2i ft
lirlteclalre 1M Ollrl nKI in 13 lui 40
ciln rln inutl > l03Mllf > 1 > II III OO XI
Start poor Won eaiily llnleI02 13
tv Alice rut out the running to the
ftifih foUowed bv ICaher Leaf JJelle
lIt Mute 11ade and Giumnocur in tillS
ntriteli Ginano uo took the lead and
illtwin away won enlv by foili
lull 11 hi froim Ilclle of lIne Meade
wlo beil Hello of Wakefleld a hand for
th < pace
TII1IW HACK
One mile ami a half Columbia rour
iln
StrterL wht Jo ok Stmf Im MirI
Wild Th me11 I ei1fefnl th it IJH
N ncyi D 111 titmIce 2 22 Jti
tart Hood Won raiih Tlm21T
WlldTh5me went to the front nt the
end of amita und < iron pulled up by
four lengths
t ipURT > I nACB
Six furlan
lh
Htarttn ihli 1o < Sllllfnn 1
Mini Mellon UJB WaUh 11 I IR 4
Vllfenn n IUUHlak iS 2 > 40 s
Th Ho erylloIloar I iHit 2 t 1
ItnI 112 ntrn1 1 1 4S
Rxtralaw HIT MlchmUil II R M 12
Cedar ll nldi 0Hrln 4 7 B s II
Sweet Tone IlK < WIHc 1 II 7 411
R iUn 104 11a > sun 1111 211
Yo San ill FuiIer1i I II UB jg
start fair TVon drlyBw1 Tliiff i jo
The atart wa cry bad In this race
The Boery < wal aWay a couple of
Itngths In front 4rut wn outrun by Cot
Ieri Bairn who mad tJie running into
fhcjrtretcn wihejfiiItiAMelton luok up
tlnfruiinlngand duttwIngawty won eMi
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SPECIAL EXTRA
T A
FIRE CAUSES
GREAT PANIC
IN TENEMENT
Fire in an oil tank inA Labriores grocery at Nos 284 and
286 Mulberry street late this afternoon put the tenants in the
sevenstory doubledecker in a pane Women and children ran
wild with fright screaminnvand making frantic attempts to es
cape The police had to draw clubs to keep them from leapin
out of windows Two youths did leap from a secoiustor
window Nine women were carried down fire ladders The
were restored inanearbydrug store
The fire was extinguished with little damage
LATE RESULTS AT LATONIA
Fifth Race Sjambock 1 Belletoone 2 Eccentric 3
SixthRace Kings Courtl Dynasty Antolee 3
YOUNG CORBETT WHO REPORTS THE
FITZGARDNER FIGHT FOR EVENING WORLD
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EXPERTS WILL WRITE i
FOR EVENING WORLD
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In addition to Ia YOUNG CORBETT the worlds
featherweight champion who will send a complete and exhaustive
account of tonights great battle The Evening World will have ro
ports from the ringside and reviews of he contest irom the following
celebrated sporting authorities
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JAMES J JEFFRIES BOB FlTZSinnONS
World Champion ItxorluIu Clmiiiplon
JAMES J CORBETT GEORGE GARDNER
KxAVorldn Cliamiilon lIght HriM > Vflnlit Clinniplon
HARRY CORBETT PhilaMACK OBRIEN
Krl co Lending SllOrllui tii 1
thorlt I Pnmouft MI9uIle eight
EDDIE GRANEY
Heftret of ToMnrMi hoot
L
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lly by four lengths from Colleen Flawn
who tAt The Bowery a head I
FIFTH IIACK
On milt i
liftilnf I
SUrtrn whti locks St Ilir Kin sir 11
nuttoni 17 Itnlfrrn U 2 I Jl IH
Norbury 100 OhanduI I 2 s 1
TOlen Kio HnnmrKlll t i a 4 13
Start rood Won easily TII11r1 1S
Norbury made the running to the turn
where Button moved up to him They
raced head and head to the stretch
where Buttons drew away and won I
easily by two and onehalf length from
Norbury who C though utoppluj fast
beat Toscn a head
BIXT1I RACE i
Mil and a furonK I
111tI
Starter nhti 1ork hi lllf Fin SIr Il
Hlr Anpannt113 Mlllrr S < t < nW 1
41 t
Kln Jfr08I Fuller I lb 2i nr 12
Mltonopolc107 llolfmn Ii A 3i 100 no
Silver Fir tw OllrUn 7 Iii 4 ui ai
IruitidaU 05 Hedfn II II ft T2 I
Miteorltr 103 Ollthin 4 2 > a 211 7
Oftxloo 08 IMtrall 2 5 7 Id 4
Zuds US IXiouim 878 4 U
II
Lady KthoodU3 Ihln rio U 0 23 7
mitinairu fe uoaa 10 21 7
BMt KtlltDO 103 Ulll 3 10 11 40 fj
IJ l il 813
etartooor Won rtddon out TImP2OI35
KlafO and Meteorite raced In close
order toithe Btetch fpllowed t v > Molll
Monopolo and1 Heir Apparent In the
i 4 ft L
4 S F
iSXW
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run home tit latter vsciit to the flout
I and won In a drive hy tn IfiiKlh from
KIiiE II who wa five Irticth In front
of Mfilllo Mortox <
SIIVKNTH RACK
Seven furtonB
lirtllnir
Starters wliui Jock Hi Jilt flu IHr 11
grlllllld 1OA ttWRllll S a > 111 II 2
I Tho I1lwroJBlJIOIIUI II 1
C > ftnjn MnldIIIt JJrtII S j 1 S a
riii Tiilanc UUWllkn 4 R 4 12 3
I IliXKlnJnX 111 Pullet l > I ft n
MonoKiriDh 118MtchAel a il 01 7 JJ
ilovrrlnnil113 Fktrh r 277 Si x
i r
IlhW 1
I Tuxman Ifs Rtdftni 1 4 > > ra ti
lHtRru 110 Urnuux 7 jh tl 7J Tt
Start scaI Won OHvInK TlmeI 13
or
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WEATHER FORECAST
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Forecast for the thlrtyilx Mouri
ndlng at 8 P M Thursday for
New York and vicinity Continued
cold fair tonight Tnurtday part
ly cloudy followed by now flur I
I ties brleK to frBih northwest ta
I north winds
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P JI iikt i
CUT TEETH OUT
i OfOESOPHACUS
False Set Swallowed by John
Lynch Are Located by Means
of XRays and Removed hy
Operation
SURGEONS EXPECT RAPID
RECOVERY OF PATIENT
While Asleep Man Gulped Down
the Molars and Awoke to Find
Himself ToothlessHe Com
plained of Gnawing Pains
Afler s Ion I < KMiph with h > Xray
the Rrxeoni of the Hudson Street Hos
pital located this Afternoon the false
teeth John Lynch a Canal street saloon
kfeper nlloweil last tilKit while dot
Ing Tlint teeth were discovered In Die
region of tie otKophagua Just above the
sternum and removed after an operation
The teeth Mr Lynch Hwallowod ale
not < full 5l the plate merely Includ
leg several grinders iind two pivot teeth
Mr Lynch tEll Into n doze which wan
disturbed by nn unpleasant dream that
woke him with a start The jar ills
IcxlKCil the teeth and ho swallowed them
In a gulp
Immediately afterward he experienced
slight distress followed he said by a
gnawlnKrwIn whloh began at his throit
and ate Its way down until ha WM In
uoh agony that an ambulance was cent
for
forThe
The hospital surgeon endeavored to
locate the teeth by tapping but after
mimoroun and unsuccessful experiment
an Xray apparatus was used to make
scorch through the pipes and tube head
Ing away from the throat At last the
teeth were dR5Jveriialn the oesophagus
where they were recline agaInst the
uttinum
I An effort to withdraw the molors with
a pump failed and finally Mr Lynch
I was anaeathelUed and the oeroplinjJa
IWHB cut Into The errant molars were
iswjftly removed and the cut tewed up
I The urRPonii look for a rapid recovery
I ofUio patient The teeth are uninjured
SHftKEUP FOR THE
I BROOKLYN POLICE
Five Captains Transferred by
Commissioner Greene Be
cause He Is Dissatisfied with
Their Work in that Borough
Commissioner Greene transferred flve
police captains In Brooklyn title after
noon He gave its a rcifon tht pool
room operators in the precinct com
m nffi by the captains affected haRe
grown famlllir with the plain clothe
men and cannot be controlled Etch
captain will take new plain cloth men
with him and an attempt will be made
to close the poolrooms before UM be
I glnnnB of the sear I
Cnpl Hed ll was trani < f rred from
i Adanix Street to nste nveniio Capt I
iHnclmiuiii fnim Gates avenue to llo
erlj avmue dipt llarklnj from Mb i
arty nveniif to dam < street Capt
Knlpe from Butler meet to Herbert
street nnd Capt Murphy from Ilrrbert
Mreet to Butler strut I
Tnviity additional pollcrmpii were Jd
signed to the Ilroiulnuy S < iiid tolay
Thoy will work with Ucpiilx Ccmmla
flonor Piper In takIng car uf th <
I cio lMfi nod the IleUre crowd iirrt
In hanUliiK the eirrlngeg at the Mtlro
polltan eriIlovi i at night
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LATONIA FINISHES
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RACK THACK lATONTA Niii Jl
The r < < ult of the races nrhedulcd mi i < >
I diy cnril irn 1 ua follow1
FIrM Jlace Milt md rtftv vuiiuIsvuiu
bx Trocnd > 2 w 1 nnd i > uon Olonetr
I to 1 WIS 4m > nil cud Ilirnarn Krlt
chi third Time 1 4i
SPCOIX Hate Seeu fill IOIIK Won bv
Oilef lrput > I to 2 and eun Htnrrt
cint 4 to 5 wan MMMHKI nnd Mijor T J
Cnr uin third TlmeI n4
Third Hace Seenelshtht of it mill
Won by Jigger 7 W I and 3 to 1
Pyrrho 6 to I was oecond rank M
WItS thlnl Time 119 14
fourth llnce Slort IreWol by
tialiiic 4 to I slid 7 to 10 Valentine
io 10 WOS t coml Fiiulu > nm third
Time 301 lt
Thcorv 1 > > < ttrt ut ais dlixurillMed
for ftul tUUiit 111 VaKntlue were
coupled III the bMtuu
Xo PoUoiioiin llriiBi
Father John Medicine cur > Cold
To moke buatnetn boom during tho
lull season it U only necMaory to
drertlie In the right place Tba
SiWday World < ute right place
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f i kJ iaaq
ANi ANn
I fITIB WEIGH
I IN T
Young Corbett Wires Evening World that
Both Men Step on Scales Within StipulatedS
Weight Limit of 168 Pounds Select
Crowd Present at the Ceremony
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FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION t I
SAYS FITZSIMMONS WILLWINt1
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Syndicate of Sporting Men Raise Big Pool r
to Bet on Ruby RobetOdds at lOttx
9 with Fitzsimmons Stock Going Up t
Great Interest in Contest f
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BY YpUNG CORBETT <
WORLDS FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION 4
SAX FRANCISCO Cal Nov 5Fzsirnrno sand
Gardner weighed in at 3 oclock thin afternoon at Harry
Corbetts both men being within tFic stijmLited if of1 r
1i8 pounds
A select circle of hivited guests were present at the weighing in
There was a murmur of admiration as the two gladiatorb stripped tt
and stepped on the scales >
The beam was fixed at the weight 168 pounds and a hush fellor
the crowd asFitz and Gardiner jumped on the platform f
Neither man raised the beam i
I saw both men early today and they are certainly in prime shape < iJ
S If Fitz has a cold it must be at home in the icebox He looks likV
a racehorse to me c
Unless I am very much mistaken he is the savme grand old war
horse t L
horsein S
hIIt IlIomn vix o TIII HIT <
The betting is still in to 9 and to to 8 Thereis a flood of Fifz > V
Simmons money under cover which will be sprung at the last minute ll
I think they will go into the ring with biz favorite at odds of 10 totfC
or 10 to 7 at the most I i
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FIGHTERS SPEND THE DAY 11
a
RESTING FOR NIGHTS BOUT t
Special to the Evening World
S N FRANCISCO Nov iiDob Fitzsimmons and George Gardner who < vi
meet In the ring of the Yosemite Athletic Club tonight are restingup tp
day Beyond weighing In at 168 pounds at 3 oclock neither will tloan
work Training paraphernalia has been packed up and the gyms closedytA
short walk after weighing In a big meal and then a sleep until ring tlmetuf
I the programme mapped out for today for both men J f
According to schedule the men will he In the ring at or about 3SO or >
1230 New York time Twenty rounds Is the limit of the fight Eddie Graney
who hits officiated at all tho big tlstlc baaica here will be the referee
Both Did Light Work
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Both did light work yesterday afternoon As both are well within this 4
weight limit the needed no more Gardner went on the road as usual 0
a
nnil did eight miles GrcBgnlns says they are taking no block In storlc I
coming from FIIZH auip sa > lng he is 111 and not feeling right Gardner h s
worked futhfull Just the same utul will enter the ling ready for the ueJt
S
Flt1 has
Fills feet are still very sore There Is no Joke about this however anti
many saw him yesterday bimtiissliiK them When he came from the shower t
he vas walking on his heels The feel look raw and III piobablllty will
have salve and bandages on thom when he gets into the ring Otherwise UM
old boy is feeling good
JUG Kennedy rubbed cold out of his shoulders and Fltz said all wn
well He lcvej Alameda today on the 11 oclock boat for the Frisco side
He Intends stopping at the Adams house on Eddy street where Jeff btaypd
prior to ring time with Corbett
Invitations to the WeighingIn
Garder will come ovoi in hour or so later He Intended coming oVci
last night but Trainer Gteggalns thought Il a little cold and advised him U
wait until today
Harry Corbett has Issued Invitations to the wclghlngln
No one will be allowed In without a card The men weighed In yestrr
day morning and Gardner was one pound under tin required lOS VU1
tipped the beam at 101 and says hu will weigh 163 In the ring
It has been doflnltely bottled that Billy Delaney will be In the Cornish
mans corner tonight lie told Fltz he was not to be compensated luiv
that It was only the good feeling which existed between Jeff and thc 4
Lanky One that made him do the same Besides Delaney Fitz will tiAw t
Sam Berger Joe Kennedy and Johnny Croll son of the proprietor of CroWs
arden where Fltz has been working Io
There will also be a mascot In the corner youngster namodBitif
who licnt his way from Omaha to see Fltz fight Ho baa hen arOiilI4 t i
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