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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1911
FLOOEY THE FAN IS
(Ho Puts Over a Gum-Shoe Act. Who Wouldn't ?)
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H x a to stay a X T.AW Mm I 'wi'ajBTRWst'v f ? vAR-iV H i ROWL DEE. OOWL ! .
Mother U fl I te2 " vSKc) , you oawn MWA .
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Inside the Rim
nnil BdttMn'l Iff at all. 1 al on. r
Monad t y flu!. I. gsgQIMllfltd otlltor
anil hi win qulekly RlckM) nut f tiie
MihiiouH" iiinlil lltu cuualls uml IiUsi.s
White Says Tom Williams, Who
Lost to "Mysterious" Billy
Smith in First Bout for Wel
terweight Championship of
the World. Was One of Best
Men Ring Has Ever Known.
NO. 27 hi xi: US-1 P.
Many Claim Title.
Anoimr i fighter wu Al Maal of
San I'r.in laco. Hi as start'1 1 on wJiat
looked o he a promising mreir In thr
r.nu; w h n rn nift wltli ail a.-rlilent t.iat
put linn out of Hip atimr. ThOfa were a
florrn or mure Other aooil ntan aho
f.. unlit aroiiinl tin' I'lterwvlfttll limit
l'no areltlriVClfllt lltln to.l.iy III n
rdpjrlfht, 101 1, h Ttw rffM fiblnMng ".
Tli N,w Y.-rJc World'.
TOM W ILLIAMS. Who. won the wel
Itrwotsht phanplooaMp from
QlOrga D :i n Australia an.)
ansr loi !t la "M IteflOU Hilly filth
it i'oiiov l.laml, at wh !i tlnM the wet.
irwatMM ohamntmahlp of me WoVM
init tutu ei.. :i WM OtM of t!i i.ot
en In artion (full t..- r iti mc tiai ever
mown, lie wi vrv :im -h on ".i or-
r f.f "Mj 'i ri" la U.;.y itmil'
. ,"'Kile htirricaiM In actio): Ilia tliclita
iv uiwaia ahort u.i I (fill of action.
iet at Ai-v
Williams was an extremely iiard hitter.
Lvery one who aaw t 111 sfrap between
willlaTna and .Smith iidinltted that It
v.is one of the ber B4fd liardesl ron
ti:a ever held In tlila mimtry. WU1-
ama aa a good. gami tiif iter.
Shadow MllHT. tha AuatraHal welter-
eiarht, atthoijfT.i no: .t rohust man, was
in axtremely CHtVer lighter. Ho .
tHoroUfhl game aiirt broujh to all hla
olItMU a tine kltoWladgl of the boxing
gintl. Durijia all h'H '-.ireer-, at leant
i iiie in A.niei b-ti. he aufferad tfomiomi
al! nent th.it atmkenad httn ry tnueh
and hand; inde.l a to .1 very great
extent II till tia. 11.11.'. II. 1. 1 It not been
for this f i ! I believe lie Would liavi
Dfin a champion.
Xcedhtim ii at Clever.
Among tho liivit of other w.'lte--w
eights the i, line of Danny Nidhkn I
landi out prominently. Ha. as .in tin
uauallv lexer tlgtifei . but ran In Inn. I I
ltKJ In most of Mi ifintrst... The nine
might lie ll of Moll ii Helen of Bo--:
Ion, one of th best men tli'it the in.-- !
tropol.s of New I'lagland ever tuifMal I
out. Whtb' i Helen was In the araltar I
welTlit division lie showed a geeal de.il
of class, but when he became too heavv I
lor tne araltlfl anil hail to Unlit In U)l j
tnlddltwil(hl claaa he did not knmv
how to train properly ami be-ame fat
mid I ngu V. Al a weltrrweli;lit ha!
met all t':e big 'n"n He f. night with
J oa Waleott, i.i n Craodoni "Mysteri-1
mis'' By Smith, Kid M ' 'oy and Tom
my Ryan. II" anaa a ha-l man to heat.
Another mnn Who Is entitled to nank
hlch in t ie 1st of welterweights is Tom
my West. He was una of tho gamest
nghtei I that ever pulled on a slove. Ho
wam't afruld to ta.-kle anybody and ho
.i dn'l 1 kn :i r ip irhai ;'ie othar fellow's
.M'fglit might be. Heavy or light, they
a ail the aajsTtl to him. He fought
"Myaterlous" Wily smith and I od lout
or fhe meet'figs With Joe WAloOttt In
one of which he beat the Hla k Iieinon.
Kid McCoy knocked Mm out In two
iininils. in two terrific tlciits wHk
Tommy Ryan he was defatted, but eama
oiit atiead with nearly u,n i other men
Whom hi met. He was a atrong. ingijed
One time. West wai matched to fight
Jack Hoarier, who ittirward became
well known. Tom O'ltouike pulled off
tha eoatial ' the ok i.enox Athlatia
Club ami I wua the referee. Between
rounds Bonner, who waa getting the
worst of It, literally soaked his glovwe
with on of muatard, on of mustard is
uaed to rub on a f.-Mer's arms and
kg when he become! tired, the heat of
the oil serving to stimulate the circula
tion of blond and afford relief. But It
mairtl and at'ngs. After nonner hnd
loaked hli plovaa with the oil of mus
tard he came out of lltl corner, walked
over toward Tommy Waal and iiit mm
a I. a:. I blow In the rye. Bo .it'iiatedi
tiie blow landed the nil flew all over
W est. Bonner and myself, even apiaeh
ing the r In fa Ida pactatera, Home of it
go! in ny eyea and nearly blinded me,
nythUe poor Weal waa in ten. hie pain
R R R
I RADWAVaj READY RBLIE
An j Itadirajr'i RMtfl Mt to the thfott ml
I flbftl WtiU tin' Mltect tnrU in-l rnHfii.
!i;...'i's Till-, in ..';i d.w ii will fiM'iy B hr
the boWtU, K'-r a RMMm told tike I- Ji
4 JUI v.j, i ji l i (hi t"iifnl of UU.iy'i
Held! BHlffi VVtfcll tiji'i-n-nlnl of ny.lAPus. tn
I I luml'ifr 4 hoi VeXtr. ' ' ' ouir to : 1
( A pi (: i prtiiritloq U1 t'rnli ouf, ibd In tiie
nioniina UM told mil le nine,
KtM fr P -()V AN S anil be Sure
you Ret s)u you sk for.
C0V WwKirTa RUT vfn''
MM 1 Muxgr
dispute, several men claiming It. The
prln elpal aspiranta are Jimmy Clahbv,
who has Just returned from Australia,
where lie me, and dpfentel all comers;
Jimmy Gardner of Boston Is another.
as are also Mike "Twin" 8illU.ui -in I
the two Lewises llarrv and Wi :
It la dolbtful, however. If any of thl
Men coiibl make the weight.
William Honey Melody, another New
Hi. gland boy, claimed the title for a
long nine lie baaed bis right to it on
the fact tii.it ho belt Matty ntatthewe,
Charley McKaatrar and Joe w it,
which Is true, but Ills vlctorlea Were al:
....... ...I ..- .. lime when these -'it
flgnters had long pass-d their Palml II
day! ami were easy picking. Ha lien
anuafhi la bolster un bla rlalm by th"
fact that h has beaten Willie lwla
Btvaral nines, but says notning about
tha fact that he was defeated by Ml'"'
Twin" BulUvan and that Willie Lew I
knocked him out In Paris.
One of the lst Bfeifnt day Witter
weights Is Young Lion hry of Philadel
phia, v lioee right MMM la Thnnil I
Loughlln. He Is the hardest and mo-'
agTeexlve Itaihter In 'hat division
There ere new .en entering the .li-s
all the time and Will piviha!.
be a Bfhter before ninny moons who
esn show enough ability t" annea ihe
title If a eonlest were beld for th" wal
terwelcbt crown o-ilay I think th" l"-t
light for It would be put up by flabby
and Willie Lewis, providing Lewis rduld
make t' e weight and w.- In con lllon
Tha neat chapter will deal with Jnck
I Dempeey, the rveat middleweight.
tOHNNY DALYWINS OVER
LOUISIANA AT COLIN A. C.
In one of the best tiouta between han
tamf aver aaen In Brooklyn. Johnny
Daly of thla city defeated Louisiana,
the clever Philadelphia boxer, at the
Colin A. C. Daly put up one of the
beet exhibitions of the manly art that
he haa ever ahown around here. Ha
had been promised a match agaln-t
J ihnny Coulon, the champion, if h
Won, so he triad his handaat all 'I e war
and at the conclusion of the aAgagajment
it was the opinion of a majority of tne
uicmhrM that he won.
tne International a i-, went the iimi
of ten rounde. Sullivan hmded t"
hloA.j o Roaa'a in. hut the Newcastle
man bOVir stopped rushing and slug-
ng up to the long In the inth round
SMITH DEFEATS WILSON
IN TEN ROUNDS AT ALBANY.
(See-',' laffca Pvaalai tv.rt.i i
Ar.ltVNV. N V. May .. fn the
main bout of the KnlKeri,eker V
i'. entertainment, t'y Smith of Wesi
Hobokin dafoaied Bobby tVllaon of
r 'ca In ten rounds. Smith w:is ali,is
the njfRros-or and had big leads In tho
last four rounds. Willie Kecler, former
amataur waltirwilgbt champion or
Albany, knocked out Jack Mc(HlusUy of
New llrk In the that round of Ihe aeml-
final. In Raalar'k first profiialotial
fight IWO weeks ngo he knocked out
Young Davldaon of New York In
flrat round and local rlgtrt fana
dubtie.l him 'ime Hound Keeler."
la a fast, clever lighter and Ms
knockout! prove that he poetcssc i
wonderful hitting powers.
iilll,an t-'onnil llosa I'.nse.
nriTAU), May 1 The lout letween
Jack iTwitil Kulllinn, of BoitOtt, and
Tony Roaa, of Niwi title, Penn., before
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