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THE WORM THURSDAY EVENING FEBRTTAKT Iff 1906
VTO DATE SPORTING NEWS AND COMMENT < J ROB ilEEDSGREN 1
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VO or three days ago this page
TWO an account of Young
Otto defeats It was printed
entirely without prejudice and merely
to let a little gas out of an inflated
I record Otto 1s a fairly good three
f round preUnmary fighter who recent
ly became famous through landing a
wallop on the projecting lower maxil
i lary of Mowatt the Fighting Car
j Conductor of Chiccga llowatt U
said to be related to Ed Dunkhor the
Human Freight Car
i Young Otto really has a punch But
ha baa also one of tho beat press agents
In tho business The press agent docs
I Ii m mighty work Leave It to him
I
and Otto will be champion of all classes
within a week
This gentleman gave out much use
lees Information about Young Otto It
might have been useful If It bad been
true Among other things he Bald that I
Otto never heard the bell ring at the
end of the first round because he al
ways landed a knockout within three
minutes He claimed that Tommy Mur
phy of Harlem was among Ottos one
round victims
Later wo met lEr Oliver who man
4 eso Murphy Mr Oliver was corn He
nald that Otto fought Murphy years
egqlt was Mlttjrphao second tight
and ho didnt know anything at all
about Jhe game otto knocked him
down once but Murphy went on fight
ing and gave Otto a good beating
Some weeks later Mr Oliver said Otto
agreed to tight Murphy again but
neaked out Of the clubhouse before the
bout was called
But he put Mowatt out all right I
suggested
Mowatt snorted Mr Oliver Why
I ITowatt la lemon
But Murphy got a lot of credit him
act for beating Mowatt
Sure assented Oliver That was
solid management I saw Mowatt and
to me he looked like such a hsnon that
I Couldnt nail him quick enough for
Murphy He was good once but hes
all In Hes a pipe for anybody now
Since printing some of the foregoing
Interesting details
we have received KO
many letters that the postman Is be
ginning to kick
t YfJ James McAullffe of Brooklyn
JMbn seeing an article Jn an evening
paper or Feb 10 where Young Otto
clMms a decision over Willie IJellly of
Brooklyn In six rounds I wish to state
that Mr Otto Is wrong If he stops to I
think harder hell remember that Rellly
made Otto quit cold In fOur rounds In
Jimmy DeForests club In Now York
Again Otto claims n decision over
Bobby Flynn who beat him all over
the ring for five rounds and then
Knocked him out Otto says Its hard
for him to get a match Well Ill be
Pleased to back Reilly for Instance
against him for anything from 250 to
1000
1990Then
Then up comes Mr Macgee
notJoed an article regnrding Young
Otto All the bouts you refer to pretty
pearly took place at Johnny Oliver
ow Polo Club Otto kncked TOe
rde of Harlem out there In two min
utes and fifteen seconds The bell rang
Lcd Murphy was carried to his cornsr
After several minutes rest the Oliver
wonder ruilshed the bout Murphy
aa fairly knocked out It Is as dim
out to knock out Murphy In the New
Io1o e It Js to knock out Jack ODrlen
InPh1ladeJphia
THESE two letters are fair samples
fVlIZSB wont print any more None
will be printed tomorrow either
Our friend Otto will go back with his
wallop to
fighting preliminaries and
well forget ail about It unless he hap
pens to land his
punch on some ono
who isnt a lemon
g1t MACOEITS letter
Jilt may need a
tIVI side comment or two It Is hard
t 4 5 to knock out Tommy Murphy at
the Now Polo Its hard anywhere No
doubt Johnny Oliver would give Tommy
Jlttla the best of it now If he needed
Tit That would be only human Joe
pans never took much of a training In
Al Herfordo club But when Tommy
fought Otto In the New Polo Club he
was tho newcomer himself Oliver
didnt know Mm Ho was a green kid
from Greenpoint and hadnt yet at
Itched the Pride of Harlem handle
14 nil name He Wasn > t In line for any
favorlUsm
OTTOS padded record Isnt
YOUNG That other great man
Jack OBrien sent me a list of his
glorious victories a year or so ago All
Philadelphia sixround bouts are decl
onlw3 Yet Jack had every one of his
Jiome scraps down as a win Some
of them that I saw myself wore sprint
hut matches and so regarded were car
tainly don by OUrlen for lie was al
ways In the lead Jut Jack had a
husky bunch of bona fide vlctorlts
along with the phony ones Cheer Up
v
Young Otto
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NENYORKACITO
HOLD BIG GAMES I
The Now York A C will hold Its an
nual Indo > r games at Madisop Square
Garden Marnh 13 It has been planned
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to make relay roclng a feature of tho
neet lhere will be five races of this
kind on the card Including ovcTta for
colleges public schools hIgh bCflDols
InterSettlement Association and clubs
and collega teams
Tho club means to bring together tho
best Items In the last besides these
there will bo eleven thcr events In
Undiiie the usual handicap ontosta
Hie mile and a half tun hiiuicmp
thoulii prove nn tntnvstlns cOtet as
the distance will suit Bonhag Cohen
Carr Sullivan Frank Shopparj and
other looal cracks In fact a new in
door record will be onoro than lIkel
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PICTORIAL END OF THE DAYS SPORTING NEWS
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FLYBYNIGHT CLUBS QUIT
AND BOXING GAME THRIVES
Unable to Compete with
Larger Ones Six of the
Smaller Fry Disband
IF JOHN POLLOCK
The boxing game In this city which
Is being conducted at present In the
proper manner and also within the law
will probably go along unmolested now
as the legitimate athletic clubs which
are holding regular weekly stags are
running them without the slightest
hitch and also to the entire satisfaction
of both DistrictAttorney Jerome and
the police authorities
The successful handling of the sport
by the club managers ls due to the dls
bandmont of several flybynlght clubs
which were unable to compete with the
larger clubs and were finally compelled
to close their doom Within the last
few months six clubs have gone under
They were the Colmo A C Bleecker
A C McFadden A O Tuxedo A C
Hudson A C and the Hudson River
Club It la expected that one or two
nor will quit In a few weeks
Lewis Will Be Kept Busy
Wnile Lewis the sturdy wettcxiirelfrht i
mho Is to box Amby MoGarrr In tile star
bout at thq Summit A C IltaC tomorrow
nIt was secured for another Beht last
night Ha was matdhod to meet Kid
Ortffo the clever fishier of the AMinla
A C In a threeround buot at the next
stag of the Slorrlenntn A C wfclctj takes
place on next Tutelar nlrht Lewis Ia
really training for both contest lit Browns
gymnasium If Lewi wins both bout he
will be matched to fight Jlnunr Gardner
MF dden and McGarry Box Again
GeoDh AZoFadSea and Ajnbr UcGarry
< h c rvcst Kthtwclfrtiti will swan ourchet
In iothn trwe rovnil hout n week from
next WMneolar night They were nirwM
last rrtite by Billy ETraer to meet In the
CASEY SIGNS WITH
BROOKLYN CLUB
Signed contracts are being received In
every mail by President Bbbets of the
Brooklyn National Baseball Club from
the players who are to be members of
the trolleydodgers the coining season
The latest signed contract which Ebbots
got Is ran Jimmy Casey the former
third baseman of the Chicago cubs who
will hold down the third bag for the
Brooklyns this your
Other players who have sent In their
contracts are Catchers Bill Bergen and
Butler Pitchers McIntyre Doescher and
Pastorlous Infielders Hummell and Al
terman nnd Outfielders Malay and
Butch President Ebbets expects to re
ceive the signed contracts of the other
players within a week or ten days at
the most
HER SPORTS AT I
BIG GARDEN SOON
Water sports on the largest lake that
has ever been seen Indoors will 00 a
feature of the National MotorBoat and
Sportsmens Show which opens In I
Madison Square Garden next Tuesday I
There will Iw canoetilting and races
tub races and swimming contests be
sides events for ladles and some amus
ing cxperlencea of supposed novices In i
lianlllng canoes on Vhs water
The lake this pear wlU be four and a
half feet deep which Is sir Inches
deeper than last year and will con
tain S20000 gallons of water weighIng
thirtyseven tons Cnpt J A H Dres
sol cnaniecr of tho show says that It
Is the blggesf lake ever laid Indoors and
Is made possible by the fact that thb
weight riats on the aolW stone and steel
of the Garden foundation
TOT MURPHY DEAD
BOUTHVTLLiE MOM Feb 15Dr
Wlllam H Murphy who had a national
reputation as Yale Murphy died at
his home here yesterday lie first
gained tam an shortstop for the Yale
team and later wIth the Ncn York
National baicbal team Later he took
up coaching and vcas at the University
of Stanford and Annapolis Naval Acad
emy He was thirtyfive years old and
haa bo a in inter hsalb sjomo im
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tar bout at the On ollilated A a sU
< ra that nl < M They met In a threeround
bout luo Friday nlcM at the Summit A C
MfOarry havlnr C beet of the battle Mc
Fa < Men MU he win turn the tmble on
Antoy this time
Two Good Fights at Chelsea Mass
Tiro rood flrhtj will be forurht at the
Uncoln A C of Cwl Maaa next week
On Monday nlrtt UlUr Honeyl Mllt ly
wBI tacklo Terrv Martin of Phliu5lohla
In a flft roum1 bout stile on Tburaday
ntetn Abe AMfJl and Jlmmv WaMh will fllftt
a nft iround boot for the fmtherwiirtit
chapirknshb of the world Jack Sheehan
the wellknown referee of Boston ba < been
selected to officiate In this been
Douglass Will Meet Ctancey
Jack dancey of San Francleoo and Fred
DouKlan of Savannah have been matrfi xl
fnr a boat bftors the Lcmrtr AthlMIc
Clpb on Feb 21 The men raw before tM
mtne oub about a year w > and as boh
thought they had the nrtvawtaee that tlm
they were anxious for another boot Kid
Wcr b and Tommy Felt wit alwi ajrwar
Clahcey and Doutlas win bartle for twelve
nundY
Sieger and Tuths Matched
Charley Blegu the rugged IlgSitwelrht
of Hoboken enJ Kll Tuthi the local tight
win meet In the star bout of three roundi
at tho regular weekly stag of the Sharkey
A C which will take place tomorrow
no 4bt Turhs ha developed Into quite a
fighter and It la expected thui he will give
Stager the hardest kind of a battle Besides
this good contest there will be otner bouts
betwwn the boot boys In the profession
MahoneyKelly Bout Postponed
Hugo Kelly tbe Chicago middleweight
und Young Mahoney the former Racine
plumber will not meet before the Hot
Springs Club before March 7 The pair
were at first scheduled to appear at the
first show of the club to take place the
2ht of this month but as Kelly claimed he
could not get Into fit conatton In that short
pace of time the contest wa put off until
the above mentioned date
Eddie Hanlon to Fight Again
EdIth llanlon the California llirtiUr has
chanced his mind about retiring from the
ring He li fait reco rinir hit heaafc and
will leave California for Philadelphia lu two
weeks where be will take part In one or two
lxround bout with rood lighters His oppo
nents m these bout wtfl probably be Harry
Lewis and Young Erne the oSevtr Quaker
City boxers
Murphy and Yangor Training
Tommy Murphy and Bennr Tamer who
are to try conclusions In a atzround bout
before the National A C of Philadelphia on
Saturday nlicht are both getting Into the but
t shape for tv itlstr These Tads out to
turnlih on of the bet fichu ever seen In
the Quaker City u they are acsrualve and
ala > tlff punchers with both band Murphy
ii roumUnjr op Into cnndltlon at New Haven
Coon He will have Frank Eras u hi chief
advIser
METROPOLITAN A C BOUTS
A fine card has been arranged for the
stag at the Metropolitan A C for Sat
urday night Tommy Sullivan will
make his farewell appearance here in
a threeround bout with Johnny Car
roll Sullivan Is going to the Coost
where he is to meet Joe Thomas In
tho semiwindup Mosey Kind will meet
Sam Smith Five other bouts are on
the card
CAN OLE BACK IN
RING MAKES GOOn
I PROVIDENCE R I Feb 1SIn his
fight with Max Hessell last evening
Martin Canolo was given the decision In
I the fifth round after tho Chief of Police
had stopped the tInt The bout was be
fore the Valley Palls Athletic Club and
was one of the fastest ever seen In the
State while the Chief of Police declared
it one of the most brutal ever polloi off
In the hall
In tho preliminary rounds Hessell had
the better of his opponent knocking him
to the floor twice In the second when
Canole took the limit of the count
Canol rallied In the fourth and fifth
forcing nutters and when the decision
wns given Hosaell was on the floor
This was Canoles first appearance In
the ring ilnce he was defeated In nine
rounds by Willie Lewis of Now York a
year and a halt ago
COLER NOW A COMMODORE
At the annual meeting of the Brook
lyn Yacht Club last night In the Hotel
Clarendon Brooklyn Bird S Color was
elected conmodore A cable message
wan read from Sir Thomas Upton
I thuklnK the club for taking charge of
the race for his latest cup The van
Quo reuorls showed the club to be In
excellent condition It was deolded to
change the annual meeting from Ihe
second Wednesday In February to the
second WedasaSS7 la TiwHtT Mit
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J teIs k3cf1 cl I e
HIGHLANDERS GAMES
AT HOME ABROAD
With Boston With BOstOn
April 14 16 April 17 18 19 19
April 30 May L June 30
I June 27 28 S3 July 6 6
Sept 6 10 11 12 Sept 46
I Oct 6 So
With Phlla With Phlla
I May 2 3 4 S April 20 no 23 24
May 31 June 1 2 July 2 3 4 4
I Sept 3 3 Oct 2 3 4
Sept 7 8
I With Woiliton With Washton
May 7 8 9 10 April 26 27 23
Mav 29 30 30 June 22 23 25 26
I Aug 30 SL Sept 13 14 15
I SeptlL
I With Cleveland With St Ionic
May 11 12 14 15 Juno 4 6 6 7
I July 17 IS 19 20 UIC 5 6 7 8
Aug 23 24 25 Sept 17 18 19
I
I With St Louis With Chicago
May 16 17 IS 19 June 8 9 10 It
July 7 9 10 1L Aug 10 11 12 13
Aug 27 28 29 Sept 21 22 23
With Chicane With Cleveland
May 21 22 23 June IZ 13 14 15
July 12 13 14 16 asefcaa n
Aug IB 20 21 22 Sept 27 23 29
With Detroit With Detroit
20
May 24 25 2GA Juno IB 18 19
July 1J 23 24 26 Aug 1 2 3 4
Aug IS 16 17 Set Z4 i 26
The Highlanders have at home
thirteen Saturdays Decoration Dav
May 30 lAbor Day Sept 3 Conflict
Ing dates May 4 6 July 7 Bept 1 3 3
was
judged no strikes This proposition
voted down also
Connie Mack the third member of the
American League committee favored I
the present rule Qrlinth made on ex
haustive argument In favor of his pro
posed remedy for batting evils and I
vlnted out the fact that not only the I
hitting but the base running in the I
American League was hampered by the
foulstrike rule To this argument
of I
failure
answer was made that the
American League umpires to enforce the
balk rule wit a stop to Jwte running In I
hnt league more than the foulstrike
rule While this meeting was In Progress
the National League was holding forth
at the victoria and the American at the
Fifth Avenue and the National Board
TAYLOR NON OVER
HOFFMAN IN TOURNEY
The second night of the Individual
chfimplonsliiu tournament had many a
surprise for the spectators In the flrat
series F Hoffman from tho Life Insur
ance Club and Joe Arnold of the
Metropolitans which won the Individual
championship two years ago had to
bowl
Everybody favored Arnold because
Hoffman rolled for the first time In an
Individual tournament But Hoffman
rolled tenpins and only for a missed
soars In the last frame of the third
game ho would have beaten Arnold
three straight
In tho final game of the series Arnold
lost by five pins In the second series
Arnold took three straight from II
Taylor from the Columbia Club of
Paterson Taylor tried very hard but
ho couldnt hit the pins In the last
series of the night Taylor beat Hoff
mm the tatter fuJHng nwnv bdhdnd the
average of the first series
Schedule for today Ilobcrts Clinch
Stoddanl
THE SCORES
First Series I
Hoffman 218 1W IX 149 20C Ave I
mAze 191 46
Arnold 187 1C9 205 192 200 Average
WO 35
Second Series
Taylor 166 1BO 178 Average 17423
Arnold 225 IBS 197 Average 203 13
Third Series
Taylor 1U ISO 202 Average 1814
Ko I ii i i Avnc 121 14
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GOLD CUP CHARGES WILL
GO HARD WITH SOME ONE
Trotting Association Will Take
Up ScandalBillings and
Butler Dropped from
the District Board
No matter what the finding In the
investigation of the Memphis Gold Cup
scandal growing out of the alleged
doping of Lou Dillon in a trotting race
against Major Delmar the National
FOUL STRiKE RULE TO REMAiN s IN fORCE
National League Men
Bitterly Oppose
Any Change
For another yenr at least baseball
must Worrv along with the foul strike
rule for all of the amendments propoied
at the meeting W the Joint Rules Com
mittee of the American and National
leagues were voted down by the repre
seiitoUves of the old league
The lone session of the Rules Commit
tea gave rise to rumors during the day
that Clark Griffith was making a mic
tessful tight to carry through his pet
scheme to amend the rules by declaring
lone fouls and foul tips bock of the
catcher no strikes The National League
representatives absolutely refused to
entertain any modification of the present
foulstrike rule
The committee went Into neeslon yes
terday morning but failed to conclude
Its labors during the day Last nljrht
the session was resumed at the Wbldorf
And It lasted until mldnlitht After all
the oratory of Grifllth and President
Noyes of the Washington club had
been exhausted the foulstrike measiiro
was dropped and the ootnmlttoe adjourned
ourned utter maJdnp one minor change
Hereafter players not In the game
must remain on the bench during the
game Instead of being allowed to dJs
port themselves In various parts of the
SelL The phraseology of some of the
poorly worded rules was changed but
no radical changes wore med
Griffith Lost Fight
Griffith and Noyes mado a hard fight
for a change In the batting ruins but
were checked at every turn by Presi
dent Murphy of the Chicago Nationals
and Barney Dreyfuss of the Plttsburg
lub Ntd Hanlon of the Cincinnati
c1ubthl third National League repre
sentative mlcrht have been Induced to
vote for an alteration as ho proposed
an amendment whereby all fouls coming
within a space fbrmcd by a continuation
of the first and third baao lines be ad
KID STEIN TO BOX
DONAHUf TONIGHT
There should be plenty of boxing at
the regular weekly stag of the long
Acre A C In Its clubhouse In West I
Twentyninth street to night as the card I
of bouts arranged for tho occasion by
Manager Mike Newman Is a good one
and will bring together the best boxers
in this vicinity
The star bout will be between Young
Donohue one of the best lighters in
Now England and Kid Stein the
hardhitting lightweight of Philadel
phia This will be Donohues first ap
pearance In a biut In this city
AgnonK DonahuoB beat battles are
those with Young Erne and Unk Rus
sell He also boxed Harry Lewis In
Philadelphia and made good against
tho Quaker who outweighed Urn con
siderably I
Donahue boxed with Battling Nelson I
while tho latter was In Boston Ho
thinks the Battler a tou rh man but
save ho is easy f > hit on th law
In the seml < wlndup Johnny Carroll the
promising htweJght WIn meet Kid
Griffo the AvonJa A C boxer In a
threeround tttuu Six other contests
will also take place
DUFFEY GOES TO LAW
1rOWI11 his attorney C P Rosen of
No = 0 Broad street Arthur F Duffey served
taper yesterday on J E Sullivan Becratarr
and Treasurer atr the Amateur Athletic Union
ullltur neon him to show cause why the A
tW
rIII U ShouM not gIve hIm credit for the
running records he eatablUhed and why It
abould not be o Md from qHuiili the
record tmn the official UftaTTbe etu
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American League
Schedule outOnly
25 Conflicting Dates
of Minor Leagues held forth at the Im
perial
Schedule Given Out
At the close of the meeting of the
American League the schedule of pamM
was made public The schedule showed
a slight Increase or conflicting dates
i
with the Nationals Last year there
wore twentythree this year there are
twentyfive The conflicting dates of the I
American League schedule show that
there will be nine In Chicago four In St
Louis three In Philadelphia six In New
York and four in Boston
They practically completed their busi
ness but will meet for a short session
I
today
The Asmerlcan League schedule gives
fir llhlanvlers thirteen Saturdays at
hcme On Memorial Day they play Iwo
games at American Loairue Park wlih
the Washington team On Labor Diy
they play a doubleheader with the I
Philadelphia Athletics There are six
cinrtlctlmr dates with the Giants They
full on May 4 and 5 July 7 Sept t
and two on Sept 3 Labor Day
At too meeting of the Nationals Pres
ident Bbbets of Brooklyn made a report
In the matter of atoptuiK a uniform
style of ticket throughout the League
Tine report was discussed but nothing
was deao The League voted to pay the
5 per vent of rental for Manhattan
Field
The Nationals will meet again today
at men and the adoption of the schedule
will be the principal business
E R C NO 20 WINNERS
TbI Evening Recreation Centrt No 20 de
fasted E R C No 21 teem by a SOD of
41 to 11 and ala han been declared dam
ptoni for their district beating every team
that went against them
E n C No CO E II C No 21
Goldjtlen UO J CHImartln
Marlunan HP J Kaltltt
Geld RO FaUettert
Rubin Ontre Etiea
Hu kln L F MiroiM
Ilareree < itr Marcus TIm and Bcore I
Kerr4ossh Solomon
AMUSEMENTS
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HAMMERSTEINS IVirai
M Ee 21 be 15 U Then a or bill Wkly
EVroW1IV ERY vAY26t DOc
LOUISE GUNNING The Mlltry Octette
a the Girl with the DAwn Doton Lenharr
5 Co Matthews Ashley Green Werner
Tom Steam Relchr 1r Acrobatic Don
James Ifr jlranIOT ft Wile V tairrap
ffNaWvQflKd rome MA DAlIf
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SOCIETY CIRCUS with
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EVENINGS 8 MATINEES AT JT
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Leo Dltrlchtelns BB ORE miND AFtER
Nw Laughter Play
N rt Tues I F1r t production of J 8eat
Feb 20 I Tlin THI ANGLE ofjffts
Westminster KenneL Club 3th Annual
DOG SHOW Si
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LAST DAY O A M In 11 P SI
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Orewy Dayne Grace Cameron Sidney
Dn A Co Carroll Jolm onWaril A Currnn
G rand w On Quiet the MCollier I
Nxtwl Lew Dock tl1derMlnstrels I
AUA TIC Garden llowery near Canal I
Kallnoveikl Bros HodK 8 Uautioti
lucre haled 8 Wynn Marie Laurant Helen
nniivlon AtlantlMCQpe K ahert Orchestra
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NJROPOlIS Mat Mon W J a Sat 2 16
11111 IJIoniN In Ills fuet Dollar
Not Wit Font Ii fi > hrue In IvrLustIcs
TIUJA At OlhAvIoull1r prices i
14TH ST ito AUI HAC T n
Lastweeksofth Great StnsatiOIl BEDFORDS HOPE I
> D AV MaitTODay TIm EYEWITNESS
Next Week Que n of toe White Slaves
TIIAUA Mat Bat No ilolbjr C Her
Mast w it JL SLAGSToa
Trotttne Association Is likely to deal
out severe punishment to the turf men
concerned This la evidenced by the
statement from Major Johnson the
Associations presiding officer
If Mr Smathers Is found to be guilty
he will be expelled and should Mr
Howe fall to prove his charges he will
be expelled The National Trotting As
sociation has always held that It la as
heinous to make an unfounded charge
as It Is to commit the offense
The scandal will not be threshed out
b yMhe trotting sports governing body
until next may when the association
which met and made new rules yes
terday win reconvene At this hear
ing It Is hoped the whole case will be
cleared up to the satisfaction of every
body concerned
While the trotting body was In see
slon i yesterday Mayor Johnson the pre
siding officer received a request from
E B Smothers that the charges made
by Murrayy Howe be Investigated He
asks that tho National Trotting Asso
ciation give to him an opportunity to
disprove the mendacious utterances
A notice to C K Q Billing sent by
Major Johnson of the con llunlcallo 1
received brought him to tho Murray
Hill Hotel In the evening Billings od
serted that he had no personal tuiimtn
In the matter and that ha would do all
In his power to have all the evidence
submitted to the board of review Ma
jor Johnson then directed that a formal
notice be sent to Howe to substantiate
the accusations mad that Snathcrs
had been Instrumental in the doping
of Lou Dillon ItO win the gold cup
In the election of offlrem to serve for
the next two v srs five snunbers of the
old district board were dropiml Than
Included C K G hillings anti James I
IVitler It was said that no significance
I should be attached to the drooping of
I Mr Billings The turf scandal It was
I said had nothing whatever to do with I
I It the association regretting that Mr I
I Blllingsa name had been connected i
I with It
I Kraenzleln Resigns as Coaci I
I MADISON Wls Feb ISThe first
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I manifestation of the University of Wis
consins new athletic policy showed Itself
self last night when Alvin C Kraenz
I loin coach of the track team resigned
I His resignation was accepted by the
Athletic Board d the university
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Amby McOarrj the llghtwelsht
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at the stag of the Consolidated A C
I last night antI as he outfought Stein
and also forced the lighting throughout
tho four rounds ho consequently had a I
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Stem started off in the first round aS
I he was going to hand McGarry a se
vere and decisive beating Ho waited
for McGarry to lead at him and then
crossed him with his right on the jaw
at close quarters Stein got In six of
these pretty punches and as he also
managed to evade McQarrys wicked
jabs and swings for his jaw he easily
had the better of the round I
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loose and sailed Into Stein driving his I
right Into his ribs and also reaching I
his face with short snappy jabs Mc I
Garry forced Stein around the ring
ant although the latter got home some I
stiff mai tio to Amby fare and wlnI
the blows seemed to have no effect on
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us when the bout siarted I
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Gar rushed a Stein and began to let
fly left Jabs for his face and right Jolt
to the rib Stein warded off many of I
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his rijhi McGarry fought hard end I
gave Stein no rest he banging away i
with both hands to Steins head and I
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bands while SteIn landed short right I
swings on his Jaw When the bell rang I
ending the contest they were exchang I
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over Stein avant I
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