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BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
ATTELL FEELS GENEROUS,
ABE ATTELL GIVING PAL MOORE A "BOXING LESSON"
AT FAIRMONT CLUB
VHi To STJstt
hit Mir ,
I ? VV'ar SF- -' ? A I Watt .rrl'"
Champion Featherweight Makes Pal Look
( Like Novice Before Fairmont Club, and
Could Have Won by Knockout Any
Time He Wanted To.
classed. The only thing he had was
aamnia. and he had n lot of that. Judging by tho ntiiount of punishment h
took after his right eye had h'-en entirely elONd In t!n fifth round.
All who aw tlM BgM OfrOO that Attcll could havi- put Moore out when
ever lie T-.sntesI tn He nulla' have I Jsbtied ng.it-i .mil naaln at the StOOlM
named the nmnil and the minute fo, t tie eye. V.,en tlie '.xtn rca.ini began it
kr4pck'v.it blow thi never he cared to had rloeed tight.
Tff he beat Mon all armind the ring Considering tlm handicap Moore In-
'!thnnl ll... . IIuI.Iabi - - ft,. i 1 - , V, ..... I ...J.. . . ..... ... .. .
HW.J . . , . - -
may be u-ef il n tin i -
Orleans, fur IBStSMOi
Bout Looked Slow at Start.
When the flitht bagSB It looked very
eiov. Muore aeemeo ntram in rut ,
kmae. an-l A tit 11. laavlnf out all "f hla
i:ual faet font wurk. walked In I
Ittierately and -.apped or took Mnnri'i'
ig-ht return, -vi- ...ut tlthar btorktns
at moving hii bead bach t i avoid thaffla
Moore s readv to -nei any tlm.
Tie ra-ight snpa around Atti-ll a '
Tack that Would bo Rood tutt for a
(Warkena hni.di or a QatCh,
There wwan't any real aMIon Until I
I., middle of the third round. Ttiera 1
Pal go, llttla -..ntbien-e and bann " rl-r " ,"" w f'" ,,",VniS
" wit- iipparrnt i-areleaMiiwa, t.iklng Itgbt
trying hard. He landed aeveral OOd pttttehaa on the. jaw and making no
aanehaa and At tall bald out hla yaw far I affert to blaek. lie aoded the round
turn carataaaly and returned late Or I With a bunl drive to Pal'l Chid nnd ii
Wiree hard d'. It wna ftlnore'a ruund. J arrlea of Jabs Yhe eighth waa a aea
Able was b iting blm makv a llttla j sum of pritty boxing.
. aaowlng ' "I Oan'l get him just right.." aald
But In the fourth everything changed, j ?ln "v''r. h'
.. . . i 1 , n Ida Chair during the rest "I'm going
for the rtrs. time Altai: beg.r, dMOtaf , ,., M ,,,, w ,.., ,.,. "
In and out With that quirk, nervoin ,,. e ,.,iaiy for lhu,e two
step that marked gvafy minute of ha I rotmda."
light win, .len, DrlaaaU. Moora landad )Atten Lc, Moore Uand Now and Then,
a coupb- of iraalng Wowa. Then all of Mun boxl.,, (owlyi .,,,,. Uoon lan ,
a sudden Attcll bruahad bis left llova I naw and than, and occaalanally ah tng
lightly acroaa Pal'a race and Inatantly I ovar a hard tifht Thare weir no more
hurled bis i igui acroaa la tht PhlLa knockdowna. Tha laai round was Abe's,
dalpblaVa eliiu. throwing the ,lnht of with ease. aScapt fm i in unent of mix
Ills bodv mt. i the punch. Pal want I an tha ropaa whan Pal put In a aoab
Sown haavll! -.'rnr-k with a ham- I that niadt At-i ii i noaa biaad. Aba atlll
. , , lit itu- tl i: 1 1 1 1 nc vv 1 1 In bund anil
mar. He 'i ll lot ward tathla imdsanl , . ., ? . .k ... .L
' , ., puni In I I'ul around the i lug until the
knees mid rrma.md thara while Rat I Kali
rea Joh sb wly Itintad i.lne MOOttdl. I .ll throUBlt the fli bt was a line ex
Then Pal rose, very groggy. Attell let I lill.nlou of .kill on Attall'a lrt .ind of
;hlm recover. In hilf a minute Pal w la
lushing and mixing. Abe evident! In-1
Tended in show us a few of tha thlnaa I
Jba knows about the boalruj game. 11 a
i Or - I
.ii an men, or siippru un lor
Attell Cloaed Moore'a Riyht Eye.
- in tie tiftn round Aba devoted tome
attention to Pal'a right eye, jabbing
five or six times In ipilck tttcaeealoai
The eye liegaii to puff up. finally ,
After jabbing a while, A'a drove -n-
thei Barta right to, the jaw. and only
Biaaed the mark. Than, aa Moora
rushed und tried to beat IhrotMJTh At
ti ll's guard, the fvsiiu-r eh.impioii
New Football Rules
Cut Down Casualty List
Thst the new fnotbaM rules hsve.
In part st least, suocteded In lessening
tnV danger or football was shown lo
. say hy a resume of football accidents
and JatsMtles f r the past season, show.
Ingl tbut II young man Weil- bltlad,
making 1 less than In ii. whan R wera
' Mi.ed. Ijiv obaarvari of the gam.-,
however, commented that N deaths
r .ii msi against a pastime still leave,
login for improvement.
uOOiily three of the nven were c..-gr
man, and fourteen of tba deaths mi
lirred among boy.- , i.g.u limn ...
" rb nineteen years. The death list, theie.
Fourteen Teams to Start
in L ng
fHE entry list for the Eighteenth
Annusi International Bin-Day
. i ycie ite' i. w.iicu i.in
Hedlaoa Bnuara Qardaa one itt
past the niiiliight hour neat Sunday
night, wss tlnlily -lose I . e.-ten. i y with
fourteen teams carded fur in a-oak's
The rldara have been sele ted from sn
nppllaatlOB list 01 nt hast three hun-urs-J
cy-le ra''.-. and .en I start
ing gun is tired It Is thu bObSSt bell, f
of the management I at the twenty-
Ihg't c.l testa.it iiliij w ill tig: t for fie
biggest pllSe o! tlm c.M le lacing g i in
ate the very pi k of three coii tliH-nts--
latniarlcn, Europe and A-istraiia
Every one at them bad proved his
tn ai n lo g. install'" star, many of
Uieni have won uonurs In previous six
day grinds both here and abroad.
A force of 100 earponters took posses-'Vlo-i
of the Gal den early yestsrtlay
.uiiiiiig and the work of erecting the
liugt- ibussi trnsh -on which tha rave
IIUV; 'he fifth round of tha
Ahr AtWII Pal Moor Igkl u:
tht ralraoiu Imi nigiit bosky
voter, from the ring! I- n-k'd: "Whtl
are you giving bin I BOSOM, AbiP?"
And -ver.i liody laughed
The- iIrM. In rvi'iy one of tha- Inn
roiindi, was nothing mire- than a
tough tmxlnc lOBOOfl fur Moon-. AM' ,1
BMM him tool l!!.f a BCSrad and help
BMI imv. r Al- la nt l U the wizard Bl
tin- riiiK rli-vei-PHt (if tin-in ali, and kl
tor riRiitpr in n bo wgati tu be.
Moore ha I no more chgUCS against htm
than n Iinln. H- una r-ntln-lv nut-
ni-T i in. nrinK HUIO Id
see with imly one ey
hi- inaile a good
tight. It tt I Kuine nglit. at any
it,-. lie rash ad and Mad lib, baat to
iiniii pnneben Hume tew went arroai
t" Attall'a fin-.- and birred htm a llitla
.Nmr I -ml aluanrf i,...r. r.i,.,H
tlu - i - v nldn of Hie ring, iliimmlng him
up anlnt the ropag,
Wli. n Hie aaVMUl npi ned btOOra. With
" '"" '"'"' woaaa
uub k ln.er.
ini'ii ni'ieii iirniin.i wiin
a oaralaM air.
.jl. .. . "
i. ir iihiii tn , . r i inii. niiii vvMl- eiii
,i.vn .,,d.-nly. luaci to one kne- ami
watted for the OOUnl ir eight, ohawlng i
fUM noni-balantly and looking around
rl"- Abe go; up aim kept iiwav.j
el'iik big hla bead every few Saeondi
w ilMntn.-a on M a
It showed ti nt .
Attell will have to bt reckoned With by
Ufhtwelfhta aa well aa faathara for aoma I
""" ,;'""" ,J,"f'"" ; Murl"'1 Attall
weighed In at po inds In llghtlna tog.,
welshed In at 1J1 poundl In tlghttuic t g..
M .no.,' , ii... i.. , .a Tu. i as
j pounds axreed upon, but refuaad to sbow
what Ida in tilttl Wi-U'bl W.
Tha scnii-tiniii waa a food little six-
round tlc.ht batween Johnny Pierce of
Philadelphia and Joe Phtlllpa. Plerc
won by i lean, hard hlttlnu He wore:
I rlubt red running pant- and bright ml
SO i... an I l is hnlr waa can-fully parted ,
and brushed. It was-i't mussed during '
tin Ilk-lil He Injured bis left baud In
(be Hi st round and depended upon the
riaht after that. He is a son of the
it. nt af.er that. He .. a ..on of la-slu-
pier, e, the former llsyhtwetBht,
fore. I was held. show, thai mole care
ful supervision is necessary iiinung the
tea.-n. and players. Many list, have
beet, pui.iut ed containing as high as
thirty arid thirty-five natnea, but on1
anamination thaaa have been found ta
be f.i'-.e, a c uitlng to to-.lsy'a tabula
tion, a number of tha deaths bavlng
occiire 1 in the spring and rummer, as
a reeult oi injuries received last year.
Hlsty-flve broken collnr-bones bead lha
list of Injurlea for but, forty broken
lege, n broken nosaa, st broken ribs, M
broboB a' kles, IT broken Qngsrs, U
,,,""'" 1 "''', " broken wrists
follow iii urd.-r They ais.., iii moal
t-asi-s, ware i e,ittid to stther untrained
men or Inunaturs youlhe,
run I "II r pui d rapldl) nlglil
and dayi Tha tra "-u bi read) to tie
il lo-murroa ftertioon, and Wal
' Md Colli who meal in .
motn p ad racs itexi Katurda: night,
umi itutt. Clarke at i Krame , eho trs
to racs for tba world sprinting . ,..:ui-
,, o ,ili t a sami i . nil! .
Ei Will giv,
-it as Inns
a thorough tr-oiit
GOODMAN A CHAMPION
ON SAM KELLY'S DOPE.
snuny Kelly, man ige of Jack flood-1
man, spring! line of .1 .p.- :i ,,, .
ha Bguraa tha "Wast Bids Pride" n.
the in- ire t thing : i a lightweight
ohampton on lha rlstl ho i m. lis u.,.s
' I I 1 1 l ...Mil - I l I I'll. I ' 1 S III I
Didn'l Tomms Murphy win froin Mo
ran? Imln i k O, Brown tabs Murphy
Into camp? Didn't Young Baminyl
Hn-.llh outpoint llriiwn" and. finally,
didn't Qoodmsn hand s has Has t"1
Smith?" Kelly is now after Moi in and
ys 1oji nsn iU make 133 Hi fur
-X iF ft r MRRAN WON'T
INSIDE " NOTES ON
Champion W as Cool and Con
fident Before the Battle
nv V1SCBNT tkkaxok.
ABM attki.i. aral bed ISM poundi I
nt 1 O'clock last nlglit with his i
lighting toga on before going: In
to the ring with PsV Moore at tha
Kulrinont A. C- Moore claimed and of
fered to bat he wasn't anything like '
ten pounds heavier, but at the weighing I
In time be gave no line on bis ai-tual j
weight. rue har was placed at 13.1
pounds and Moore didn't move the
beam. How muoh lighter he waa will
never im- knov. n.
When Attell got on tha aoaloa the
har waa plneed at the 131-pound mark,
but Abe Insisted on having hla rant
weight known With fighting trunka,
ah' his, stiM-klngs and all, t Tie twain all
but balanced at 123 pounds.
With the crowds cheering tha prellm
Inurians on, Attell and Moore sat tn
their stall-like ipinrters and discussed
everything but the fight Itaelf. Attell
waa d raised for action early and sat
t'-llliiK Itorlan about past events with
Kid llroad. llenny Yiinger, Kid Uiwin
and lianny Uomlniiiii. Several exper
lanoaa of itroad furnlabod amusement
for the coterie, and apparently there
waa no though, of the light to come.
If the future of Attell depended on
It. nobody showed any concern, if hla
tdma bad coma, as Nelson's did. no-
in, dy cured, apparently. Attell was tlie
peraonlflcatlon of oonndence.
"t'al Moore--oh, yes. He'a a good
fighter, but." said Attell, "I'm tralmsi
till, time and 1 waa never better. Jui
A few feet awav In the same stall- I
'like quarters i- it Moore, surrounded by I
Jimmy 1 lefurrest, his brother "Hoddy"
NEWS AND NOTES.
Ull.loK liUPPK V ILia Ulitl..'- j
bt la.) balkltns billiard title agalnat
George Bloaaon In i,msi-point match,
which "in be played in Mocks of rino,
tha '1st night's play being scheduled .
fin- In-nsln In the I'ulliurt Hal. of
Miuion iquara Qarnen.
HV A sVONDBfUftfla 11A1.I.V IN
the eajini night's gnlue, Alfred Dl
mo, tlu- Former ohampton, won hack ,
tlm worlds pool title from Jersune
K h In their match it Hoylc's Acad- ,
iniv, the lllinl scon- being OHO tu 4Til
Incidentally! the Cuban broke the lor.
msr record for conttnuoua play, hold
in- blinselt lit seventy-nine, by running
rgw.iBhty.ona bails In auooeeeton.
TWO UORB Ll.KVKNS HAVE
elected eaiituins for lu x: year. Pnuli i -bh
ConkHn jr.. right tackle, will bail
Michigan, and LsUther K. Baahmora,
iig.t guard, will direct Dickinson.
M.TRRATIONP HAVE BEEN COM-
olumbls sn-i-iimliig pool
and water polo pra -tl -e
eumi d. T e tank ha. ' u
siUarad Off and now off era a seventy.
flve.tool i iiight.iway. in a recent
maetlnt ol the intercollegiate Bwlm -
nlm ssu Intion, bald at Columbia, it
' Idad to hold Iba latarcolleglate
rhamplnn hlpa an March IMli at t ie
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
to order an overcoat, satin lined, for $25,00, from
a lot of h gh-clAMOvercoAtlnga, comprising blac k -oxf-ord
nnd ray meltoni, ktrsaya nnd motile
v lot lis. Alto a suit for $20.00 from flnt Scotch
ch riots, black, blue or gray cable woratede.
'I hey w ii i cost more than double elsewhere,
- MOORE GO
What AttplI Thnudht 1
Before and After.
J?V AllE ATTllLL.
BBTORB THH PIOHT 1 trr
KorHl. ! trntn'l for thll Rflbt.
Whnn 1 iTfttn I'M food; when I
don't train ! fool worrto4 I
WftRh HtHlUt H pOUndl Beted I ffl
ft'i itroiHTi in fact novor hotter.
I f ftfoOfl bratu nio why hO0 th
better bOf, AH I hAVi now U
my ohtWtllg lUnv-my pal.
AKTER rilK riOHT Moor In
on of the nlC0St ffaUnost a.nl
eleanent "little"' ftllOWl I f ev r
fOUffhl He -an hit, tOO. Hi bOftl
me to a rltfht honk in the MVonth
ami I went down. I OOllM have
Jumited rltcht up, hut wnat was
the nut'. It counted na a knock
down anyhow. Moore caught ine,
many nice left-handed pUQOh
tn the mouth and cut my lip. I
look lot if punotiti thinking i
would take hU meam aw.ty.
Mooro u O. K.
and a ootiple of friends, .if he wasn't
pointed out to you, no one would gue.a
that Moore was the opponent to lie of
the great Attell. He sat on a truck
k.Ju.. .., .n.1 awlnarln. hi. lea.
like a furniture mover out of a Jot.
or his truck at the coriu r of th Htreet.
. i a- mi
A typical little Ml' k, as W urr.i-W urr
would say, his countenance, shu v ln i
all tho confidence that only a little I
lrlstuuan can pusne.ss ,
"I don't care whether he'-.s Abe At-
tell or Homebody else." said Moore.
They're all the same to me. I'm go-
1ng to try to beat him." I
.. ii rw i s
At the tune Moore wore a golf cap.
a swe iter and a pair of trouaera. He
., L. . i . .i
uoiii l Hiioiv lion inv
bis mtuingcr, Jimmy Deforrest, did ;
Tha nght.' Well. that, anuther story, 1
told elsewhere. Moore, was beaten, bit
wM I ID Til DA 1
L CT- 7.
BOXING STAGS TO-NIGHT.
At the Long Aire A. A. Young
't'o will take on Joe Pilg.i- of
Denver tor ten rounds in the main
At the Brooklyn Bench a. o., of
outh Brooklyn, Jimmy Carroll
of California will meet sum., good
featherweight, as Vuuiu: O'Loary
will not be able to meet him on
account of an Injury to his hand.
At the Brown Oymnaalum a.
A.' Johnny Waif, and ''hurley
Kelgrr will dash In the star bout
of len rounds.
IN THE BOMBRGRO HAND1CAI'
at Oakland, cui.. Hun:. unit Water es
tablish sd a new woi Id's record toy g
mile and ss-veuty yards, ruunlnfl tha.
alistancc In 1 Al 1-3.
YOUNG OTTO TO MEET
i JOE SEIGER TO-NIGHT.
Young OttO Of thll City and Joe Reiser
of Denver will meal in tha main bout f
ltan rounds at tba letng Acre a. a. to.
night. Tin- latter haa never bean
I knookad out, but Dan McKetrlob has
had his charge working so hard Ista
I that ho sayi he is fit to do lha trick!
fi FIGHT AGAIN FOR
GIANTS WILL PLAY
CHICAGO SOX AT
These ClllbS Will Dedicate
New Grounds at Fort
W orth, Texas.
Manager MeOraw, of the Olants, la
planning one of the moat strenuous
prlna training periods for hla team for
1911 ever given a major league club. One I
or the biggest series that haa been get- I
tied upon, but for which dates have not i
been a Bread upon, la that with the Chi
As every fan. that la a fan, knows,
the Giants will again do their work at
Marlln, Texas, where Oroundkeeper
Murphy la already, preparing for their
reception. The White Sox are going to
train at Mineral Wells, Texas, a abort
distance fram the New York boys.
There Is now nearlng completion
" ,, , " r!T "
"-' n6w bal1 P"rk t Fort Worth
. . . . . , , i
,, xnw- nna tnp home cub has akel j
ltlt! Giants and riox to rne-et In an ex-
B..vt. i ... , "I
h.bitlon jrame. ao that their diamond
will have a real big league dedication.
H-tt. matiagenunts have replied In tbo
I ii mi- uiai name uiutm ihb ni, e-
I. .1... ,)..... ...... . 1 . L . .
pected, the clubs will undoubtedly
nBret 10 plav two or three games
They won't nave tn make much of a
trip from their regular quarters, as
Fnfi Worth I. hut ttrtv miles from
""rln W Dut n'ly mU" rro,n
'Pne Giants are breaking all existing
s - .1 .
ri-roro. nir ..iKinna i-oruiai-ip. cuxieen
of them h ive already affixed
bread-getters to documents, and 1'resl
i!,:,' Brush says tha' before the N
r.onnl League meeting, tie week aftr
next, he expect, every member of tho
club to have fallen tn line.
The three latest New York uniform
wnareri to sign are Idtchor Hube .Mar.
quardi Catcher Arthur Wilson and
Pltoher George Wllrse. First Hagemun
Prad Mi rkle has aci-epted tho terms
offered, and his contract Is expected to
be forwarded to Secretary Gray most
any day. LArry Doyle, who Is In town,
Will sign In a few days.
The players whose contracts are mw
In the club's safe are Pitchers I'hrhity
M. it t ew son. Otis Crandall. George
wilt-e. itube Maninar.l, K 1 llandrtcka,
W It Shunts and Charles Gearcau.
CatOhari "IHg Chief" Meyers and Ar
thur Wilson; Inflclders Al Prl dwell.
Arthur Devlin, Arthur Fletcher. Arthur
Shaf.-r and Harry dowdy; Outfielders
jiwh Devore nnd Real. Backer.
Your WW Earning
BOetntS buys a liandhook, chock
full of tulili-s, rules, formulas and
trt-nvral InformStlOD fortnai -hittista
ij most valuable pocket compan
ion for man in that trade. Tells
how to BUlly solvo puz-liti,; shop
pioblt'ins. Makes a man u better
Working!) and worth butter wages.
SSOpggH illustrated indexed.
Oftersd at above price by thel.C.S.
Solely KB an advertisement of its
Prog Salary KHising Exhibit at
ml N.is.iuu Street. A book wurth
a fortune and sold ut a trifle be
Igt umi net one.
Sua il EST .'in i it a I
II I !'. IliiluinUiia llrrls,
Suloiuv sua "I
a CtMS lsstss.' St: it, SB. Booklst.
NelSOn'S COnqUerOr HaS
Been Signed Up for Ten
Weeks on Stage.
VY OZ.N POLLOCK.
. WEN UORAN. the conuueror at 1
Battling Nelson, U not going to
tight again for three months and i
aa a conaequence all tha lightweights In
,h ouelnaaa. WKh tha exception of Ad.
Wolgnat, are setting up an awful howl, faith U' the honesty of the game.
Owen haa been signed up by Charley Je Humphries, who Is down as man
I Harvey, his manager, to give exhibitions "er o' the affair, says he realir.es that
In theatres for the next ten weeks, for I the game has been In had repute, hut
which he Is 0 receive about $"i0 a week. ! ndds that to-morrow's carnival will be
Bforaa Will begin his tour at ;i Hrooklyn I conscleistloualy contested and will
theatre .Monday afternoon. After he
quits the footlights Moran will take on
Ad. Wolgast fur the lightweight title.
A, K.,m.n At .,,. .!. CaUteala. ts
taotbci JUasricaa rigbtw who l sni.a n-er tc
BagJiad bl bat, Is Juiinii) Hull's his ilslitsrs and
Apct'eir in thp tmi liall there fur ten wefka.
At win Mil In Fp.-ni.trr, aftat la fuht with the
winner of Uie Tutiv lto Jim toirry go. Tom
Kenneit, the local luaiyweiffht, will scw)mtBjui'
Kn.ituyui ai HI aiimiig ar.ue.-.
Jimm OotdOtf. wM raiuHMl tOCh a tenaation is
Itoatoit on TUSSltlJ iiirht t Uatma Kranh Klaus,
the IMttjtitiirg Dii111tvifht. in a tnel-rnund
hnnt at tti' .rm r A A . lia tii urtu'd up by
Hilly llenre, tht matchmaker of the dun, to mett
Klau tuain in taottlffr tMi-ltc ririDil DOJIt before
the HUt club on Tufnday cieniiif, Dec. 0.
Jne Jeanr.ette, the rlorsd iieavrweiirlit, WtU
prnhahh hate to cajtcel tin tl c-round ; nt Wltll
rani i.i!:Ki' i ml intr .-tnnnry a. a. oi i. hthii, a
wr fn.m t mono nil c. m tw U uffenn; fnnu
ft cold. Hit phAcUa told Ian McKstrlci
that tif Mil it luro knuw :tUy nsibtf Jtu
netiv will he tuMe tn w :l;ro-nth with tin. Um:.
.ini i-anifMni at tlie ,,nn ry .. A. or itoaton
. . . : . . . ,
I uSSS? UcuXLhTtt tt
lng tti n mtr there, luu ima up tle iffr anJ
will ctinllrnip t't TlbTTir in this oimt i-j-. Mott$
I .. i -. -, . . . . -. ..... r.
' ' ,:,i lw ukn. i!.. trip ."., K:.in. lint as
! MeTatosb msic. i KIsui fight umirr lil. man
j ""'u""1 h '"'""' ,,! "t't.'l Ml
i Ssilor Balks ll poi-ig to in.ike a itt-;rnte a:-
' raUM u' I,M t k in IftBellgnt again by lieat
I ln 1-ranS Manl.H in lli.lr l.i. ronmr l.nit at Ihe
Naiimial st.irung Club stsa tu-snrnw nlitbt) Tlie
" tar la training at tftrau rd, sin., ami In a
li.lt,.r to In., inanaaer. 'f'.ni I II. nirki . sav that
: j... i ,,.,. i -m .o lstll 'n.m
1 tlu- tan of the bel I nith tin hops of Ixaung nun
qun KJ a. .slh.r.
Evry Altraclion Mentioned
box is an assured Hit!
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lisi Msliiiei - al Oi-l ssatl SI.lsi.
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Up to the Wrestlers Now
To Make Sport 'Come Back'
New Yorkers Crave Something,
So Humphries Supplies Mat
f P It isn't a foot race, a boxing match,
1a six -cay mite gnno iwmen wui am
here next weekl or a hockey matoh.
it Is something else that keeps the
winter sports pot boiling. With rsc
! lug. baseball und football done and
i bottled up for the year, the sporting
fraternity cravea for anything. To
morrow night the big wrestling earnl-
Val at Grand Central Palace will try
to till the bill. True, wrestling hasn't
enjoyed any too much of the confidence
Of New- Yorkers lately. Innumerable
fabat and flaacos have shaken their
' bring about the biggest revival of the
xHn,e ,hat this city bus ever known
If there Is anything crooked about
any one of the bouts on my long pro
gramme." says Joe, "I want to be
toasted out of the sport world, but I
think, on the contrary. I will be en
titled to aome -redlt for bringing the
game back where It belongs."
Humphries arguea that the presence
of Charley White as referee precludes
all possibility of hippodromlng. White
enjoys a reputation fur honesty that is
unquestionable, and, as Humphries
says, he Isn't going to lend his name
to anything that savors of a fako at
this late day.
The programme which Humphries han
ananged is a wonder In length and var
iety, bringing out wrestlers of all na
tionalities, sizes and descriptions.
kbysiko, who Ls to be the star of the
ahow, arrived In town last night from
a successful tour of the Kas'ern State.
He sure Is a man mountain and looks ,
aa If plano-tos'lng wo.ild be play for
blm. Zbyszko has contracted to throw
Tom Jenkins, the American champion,
nnd Andrew Kendrat within an hour.
Kendrat recently lasted twenty-five mln- I
utes without a fall with tlie giant Pole.
but Jenkins has never met blm.
Humphries says he ha. Ju-.t receive!
a letter from Jenkins. In which Tom say.
NEW YORK'S 1.KAMNO TIIEAl'HJia
CMDIDC P us.. Illiti st. I.sst Week.
tmrlKb Bt, s 15. I .ait Mat. Sat.. 2.1.V
JOHN DREW . Smith
Nsst Monday- WII.i iam iii.i.ktte.
IVS-LI1M till' St. a', llis. ho- slid.
I Htlli Mats. To aa a Mat.. 3.20.
I be Importance oi Beinj Earnest
With A. it. MATTHEWS. By Oacsi WlldS.
CAKRICK Mau waa. a 1st., 1.30.
SKNSlONAI., hl'lHKINO HI CCBBB.
The Speckled Band:
An Advfnturt nf Ntir.ork Hnlmi.. Itovlt-
HUDSON s, 2 S:,
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Bi s. M sliar-,.. Mat.. Wet. A Sat. at 2.
.11 11 A NEILSON I HI D TERRY
In HKMtV Of NA Altltlsjs.
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Mais, lit lull lit Kl.l.ll BgtSU'rrBUll
he la as good a. ever, nnd instead yt
bring thrown Will make a big effoit to
put the Pole on his shoulders within tha
half hour's time limit.
It would require a lot Of space to
print everything that Hump., lies prom
ises to-morrow night. Here Is part of
hla programme In brief: Cliamplon
iiolnner vs. Tom Hob s of Wains an 1
till. Larii-n nf tMSMI Rot-met- IllH
lng to throw both In twenty minutes:
Joe lingers, the "American Apollo,"
again. t three ! eavie, agreeing to throw
each In fifteen minutes , Kngllsh cham
pion Will lllngh.im vs George Nitlot,
the Olympian champion, now Instructor
at Columbia rnlverslty, and lllngham
in n lacond bout afslaat Pro! jii.i.
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