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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUOITBT , 1911,
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
UNDER RULES Al PALZER
Copyright. DM. by Ths Press Publishing Co. (Ths New Tor Worldj.
KNOCK 0 KENNEDY
Most Sensational Bout Seen in New York in
Many a Day Has Even More Sensational
Finish, Deciding Blow Being Landed
Ten Seconds After Ninth Round.
FEATURES OF EXCITING BATTLE BETWEEN AL PALZER AND TOM KENNEDY
MR CARTER. , IN
"THE SCMl FlNIAU,
"Jtl A NtW JTTYUg
IN HAlK CUT6.
Copyright. 1911. by tha Press Publishing c. (The Now York World).
HK bout brtwwn Al MM and ill Tom Kennedy at tho National 8 C.
laat night MM the moat sensational noon In New York In many a
long day. Moat "irnnat lonal of all tm tho ending of It, when Palzor
knocked Kennedy out Juat ton sec
onds after the ending of the ninth
round, or, to be exact. Just threo min
utes and ten soconils after the ninth
Tnder the rules of the game, Pa'.zer
did not knock Kennedy out In the
bout. falter did not even win, a
the bout waa not finished, and there
la no telling what might havn hap
pened In the tenth round but for tho
failure of tho timekeeper to ring the
hell at the end of tho ninth. Aa a
remilt of that failure tho bout could
not bo finished. Consequently all
bets are off. If you have paid a wagor
have been buncoed, or you have buncoed youraelf.
The National 3. C. wa packed with spectators kM before 10 o'clock.
TOien Palter and Kennedy entered tho ring they recelvod much applause,
although It might have been notlcod that "Hlg Tom" had the lion's ahare.
When the two big men stripped and atood up they made a pretty pair.
Palter was wiry and lean lnoklnir In
spite of his 10 pounds nf solid flesh
add bone. Kennedy whs hlg shouldered
and brawny, but Ma leas Mud ton light
for his weight, while l is body was too
round and tile MM too thick for per
fect righting condition, lie whs a fine
peel men. for all the toploavy effect
of Ills physique. The contrast between
the two was startling. Pointer was a
Viking, with blah cheek hones, small
noee, pale blue eyes, hair the lightest
hade of yellow. Kennedy was dark,
with high, thin nope, and Murk, curly
hair, an old ltoman type.
The flght began. falser, glaring,
thawing all his teeth In a grin as furl
oua as that once worn by Terrible
Terry Mctlovern, began rushing at MM
In the oirl McGovrrn style, lie was of
the McQovern type through and
through, a furiously aitgn salvi lighter.
Kennedy met him half way. offsetting
falters hard work with very clever
blooktng and countering. After a little
aa the ex-amateur began to (eel moie
at home, he cut loose harder and faster
and kept Palzer's head bobbing with
swift lights and lefts. They were fight
tag like middleweight, with speed in
every movement. It looked too fust
to laat, and still, round alter round,
there was no let up In the pace.
Through every round falter rushed und
made desperate efforts to land a knock
out Mow. Kennedy, growing more con
fident, slapped hta awlnxs aside, blocked,
ducked under them, and lit return drova
la Jabs end uppereuta by the score
baric against the ropes, landing hard
on head j r i ,1 body. Kennedy rallied and
follfjM hard, l-'or a while It was all
hard slugging and on even terms. Then
Kennedy's Mreiigth waned and he be
gan to give ground, falzer didn't give
him a second, hut rushed and sliiKgi-d.
Al last Kennedy was plastered up
against the ropes, arms sagging, nearly
helplraV And falter swung a right to
Ms ehln, and u left, and knocked him
through. Kennedy fell across the sec
ond rope and came down heavily head
flrst on the outer edge, of the ring plat
form, lie swung there on the ropes for
elKht seconds, sppnrently unconNcloua,
then by a game effort he Bagnaged to
lift himself hack to hla feet In time to
stop the count.
At this moment the ninth round Ml
over. I held my own stop wutch on
each round. 1 slopped It five tteondg
before the beginning of the ninth und
started It again with the Bound uf the
lv ym wnwrr f nnTilassh i T
SL jMtijt f KttMNCDY Fst-U THROUGH TMET
aW ifflMPH ROpes - muno TMene e.i6ht
3 'jT T Seconds -anp MAMACaED TO
rir.' aim. y
SLIPPED OVMN AND PALeH
VMUNG A STUNNING RIGHT
ON Hli. OAVN treHlUT HE
VMrVS ON THC f LOOf., .
Ktr.MEDY NEARLY JAOBCD
Chase's Team Off Stride
Because of Infield Shifts
and Slump of Pitchers
Experiments Made In Efforts to
Bolster Up Team in Weak
Spots Prove Custly.
BUT' Kennedy was first to feel tho
train of the fast pace. Ills su
Mrflmnti Mah aji. m h.in.licnn
He cut his footw'ork down and punched
harder. Often he staitger. d Falser with
fierce uppercuts. Kvery time tho blond
haired fltfhtnr hurled himself In against
the fists anil only fought harder beoailM
of the punlahnu nt. Ho landed telling
blows. Kennedy, when be waa hurt,
rallied In Hashes of fighting, and traded
blow for blow. In the flft.li. after bel&l
atacgered by a bard right Wins on the
clila. he came back In a wild Hurry uf
Slugging that turned the tables.
Up to the seventh Kennedy outbnxed
Pajser. In the sixth falter was rel
Ing around the rtnn with Kennedy try
ing desperately for a knockout, Whtlt
the crowd yrlled encouragement, fal
ser, as on other occasions, leaned, in
against the piKsiahJnsHt. wsathersd It,
and keit rushing In for more. He WSJ
flurried end his swings and straight
punches w'ent wild. Kennedy was oool
an4 deliberate as a derail.
Then, in the seventh, came the first
of a series of peculiar happenings, fal
ser began with a series, of rushe",
t irowwig Kennedy to the r'l an I
kt;eplas htm busy blocking, liig Tu.n
jabbed and then threw a right solidly
against Palaor'a Jaw. Falser Was
stieken, but lowered his tow bead end.
bored In. They were fluhtitig in the
middle of the ring. Suddenly, in the
rouhing about, Kennedy slipped and
ft-H to his haunohes. He was jut push
ii.g up whon faUer, running over blm
In one of bis furious rushes, swung a
torrlflc rjglit to Kennedy's Jaw. It was'
a foul Blow, and any refsres would have
been Justified In dtsqusllfylni Palst al
ones, even UioiieTh thire no evl
intent to foul. Kennedy took the full
count and got up, still very iro(g)
from the effect of ths foul punch lie
half reeled back to the lopce falter,
went after blm like a wildcat. Ken
nedy was badly bamniered foi a full,
half minute, then railed and fouxht In
fleshes to the end of the round,
THE eighth started with l'alter's
usual bull-ilk' rush. Vol two !
HH ninth was over but lbs bell
didn't sound Kennedy was on
his leet, blocking as best he could
and reeling along the ropes toward his
own corner. Palter, rushing and slug
ging furiously, landed blow after blow,
five, six seven, eight, nine, ten eesottda
passed, and at the tenth -Just ten sec
onds after the rightful end of the round
- he landed a left hook on Kennedy'a
chin a ut H.g Tom fell headlong and at
full length, unconscious.
All this time Timer Jimmy ds Poreest
failed to ring the bell. Whether hu was
staring nt the ftg-ht and forgot to look
ait his watcji, or saw a nice oppor
tunity to let falter llnLsh the Job, hop
ing tr get away with It In the confusion.
I don't l.i. ow. It la it timekeeper's busi
ness to time correctly, and It Is bard
to believe that lie Forrest was ao ab
sent minded when Kennedy's seconds
and his own watch holder were ut t
adajg of the ring selling that time was
At nay rate, Kennedy was out. nl
out cold. The crowd of seconds and
handlers sera nibled Into the rlnn and
drauged him Into his corner, fifty sec
onds af'.er the landing of the knockout
blow Ie 1'orrest rang the bell again,
and then came the third peculiar Inci
dent III the flsht, for Wafer futsey
iiaiey announced to the crowd that
''Kennedy aokaowlodgad that he was
beaten." foor Kennedy didn't ucknowl
idico anything. He didn't knoay much
of anything at that moment. Hut
Haley's announcement gave an Impres
sion that the fufht was over and Paleer
had won. it wus evidently intended
t 3 huve Just that effect.
DONILIN "COMES BACK"'
WITH A HIT, IN FACT, TWO.
ON DEBUT WITH HUBS,
KM ntlnual slaughtering of the
larwt-rs bv a team nf t--
oi Cleveland Lnrrupneri
hag begajn to pail an the otherwise loyal
fans and they are beginning o ask
There Is nn old njlom in baseball that
has" hits In large numbers can slaugh
ter any kind Of science. The Cleveland
players are essentially la IT Upper! and
their terrific bombardment of the Hill
top pitchers Is primarily responsible for
the recant defeats, Hut that Is not
sufficient cause to throw the Highland
clan completely off 1he!r balance. The
team Is badly rattled and It may be
several days before they dnsrend t"
earth and strike their regular Stride.
Ineffective pitching has put the High
landers up In the Mr and they, ap
parently, have lost all confidence In
CHASE COUNTED ON HI8 PITCH
Bnriy In thg season ChaM knew that
ids intieid was nut ths most reliable
defensive machine in the world, but he
figured that, with u pi hlng staff sec
ond to none In tho league, this would
offsel the slight weakness i i' ins inlleld.
This held true for noma tunc, hut when
the twirleis went itad all of a sudden
his wIioIm plan was thrown to the
winds He went so far- as to ngemi I
special masseur and bonesottof to put
the mell In shape, but even that has not
BUOOOedod, That was the beginning of
Chase's real trouble SI a manager, and
he began matflni an kinds of 'tuner
shifts in the hope of bolstering up bis
defense. These shift! have not worked
out as intended and th!ng;i h ive gTOWtl
'rum had to worse.
Winn the hitting fell off Chase dis
covered fknw he had a ere it walloper
lii Caldwell tlte big pltohar, Notwlth-
Nps Knock Hilltops
Out of First Division
The second defeat at the hands
nl CleveJand was a solid Uiuinp
on the f t10 Highlanders
nnl knocked the:,i out of the tlrst
division. While we were taking
our medicine from tho Lrrup
pcrs the Huston Speed boys man
iigisl to trim the Tigers In a
drawn out Bgtlt and we had to
back out of the percentage table
and give them room. It Is nn
III wind that blows nobody good,
however, for the Athletics, while
taking un afternoon off and
watching the patter of the rain
drops, crawled to within a frac
tion of one point of first place.
It begins to look as If the Tigers
were doomed now, as they will
have to flnlih their campaign In
the Kast, while the Athletics
close up at home.
PA'-ZCR LANDED Trie fTNOCKOUT '
Blovm JO SECONDS AFTER. THC
END OF THC TH VXOVJNiCs. ..
Tut COUNT J0'Jl.t MAME 6EEH FlMtiHED
New Ratting Record
Created by Dodgers
Chances Good of Athletics
Going Into First Place Again
Tf the Athletics are not In first plica In the American tragus, race
by dusk, then baseball dOOS had better make Itself noarOS 1 I I lis ofllce for
the rest of this season. Ut course you want to know Why WS are SO sura
that the World's Champions will agatln assume the throne, The anSWOff
ie the Browne. The Philadelphia pennant aaplrantl nave a double
lieader scheduled with that St. Louis gathering of tall-enders, hi!o ths
Tigers have only one battlo on with the Red Sox. Bven If t I DetrOltOTi
should wdn and tho Athletics nip twice there will bo a HI r,:ig around
the Amerbun l.oajrue moon. The I'etrolts hSVO already lost three Straight
to blie Jtoatons and tho BrOwni looii like easy money for ttie Qu iker
towners. There la Just a wee point Separating the Heir l:s from the
And in the mean while let us not forget that there Is some race still
on In the National League. The Qiaittl niadu a gain on the Cubs by not
playing while the DodgOTl were whipping the latter. Tiie NaW Yorkere
are Just one full game behind the Chloagoans, but they haven't a olianee
to pass tiiem to-day, aa the Cubs have no game scheduled, tho .N'ew
York-IMttsburg contest being the only one In the National league. The
Pirates and Phillies nre tied for third place again, being a f Jll game and
a half behind tlio Olants.
Southpaw Duel on Card
At Pittsburg Ball Park
I Wiltse Likely to' Pitch for1
Giants and Leifield for
Zimmerman, Erwin and Wheat
Make Home Runs in Fifth
Inning Against Cubs.
IKK IMiNMN hae Joined the
nu-tiers In St. Louis with both
feet. His debut as a Benton
regular was certalu'y auplclout. He
Played In the outfield. He dldn"t have
any tiles to handle, but ho certainly
handled the bat with his accustomed
skill. Ha only gm two chunces to sting
the ball, and of course OOttldnM make
three hits; but did the next best thing,
getting two a s.i, and a double.
Manage" Mc(!i iw may ha e ms ny
moments of regret before the season
closes that hu let the uct'ir-ball player
get out of his sight. When Mike left
he wiia batting JH, and now that he
can play regularly instead of only go
ing up In the lenohel he may even do
better. Wouldn't It be funny If lie
closed the ssasoti at the head of the
National League In batting! He Is third
now with two newcomers ahead or
minutes there waa dc-p-ratc M ( ullUouuleay ,hey -vs. 1 1 1 drop
fighting. Then Kennedy began to wilt , cner than an old, experienced chap
under the strain and the punching, ,lk ktgnegjf.
Falser staggered blin with a hard right ( IJu( to n back , jiUe's debut-It
upper out. inswimiy io.,.,i.,a ms o- duutn., .u on 1(,e records because only
team that Is going badly after the er
rors have been committed, but It Is not
eo easy to SXpiatn how they can be
prevented. The truth of it is mat Chang
louiid science unavailable, iniiie a
team of sluggers like the Larnippers.
and, like a sc entitle flgditer who ge;s
no result out of clever boxing, he threw
all lino work ajilde and decided to stop
and swap swings. This being to the
1. u nippers' liking, tho heavier hitters
sent the Highland) i s down for the
The main thing for Chare to do right
now Is to bring his team hack to earth
and fall back on hla regular game or
fiats Stealing and making the smallest
number of hits count for the inrgsst
number of runs.
When It was nil over and the rol
licking Larrupperi and tho humble 1
Highlanders wire walking disconso
lately across the Held, guiltily bear
.ng evidences of their cr me against
the national pastime, the crowd gave
a yawn und a OtrotOh and started
lastly for the cold dinners that Wert
In waiting. Two smartly dressed young
woman tripped along through the
grumbling mass happily ignorant of
the fact that the Cleveland boya had
made nineteen hits, almost as many
irrorg and eleven runs; thai the High-
standing the fast tliut Caldwell waa njl , landers had got eight hits, n armful of
Ian expeoten I'd outfielder. Chase took ! ba-sos on balls and wild throws and
the desperate Ohanot of putting him i had done other things of a lean and
In left field and withdrawing Danlelj. lurid nature.
The attempt to make Caldwell a hit-1 "Now, aten't you glad von came.'"
(? r 1,1 to Ths ErfTitns World. 1
THE Pahlenites are to have a r III
all day to-day, for the sehe 1 oe
nrnvldas for a lavoff to let tae
Pirates catch up In their tehtduls a. id
to permit the playln.T off of postponed
games by any of the clubs that have
them In the West. The Pitt SUM OlU'J
Is the only club In the West that dOSs
not have Sunday ball, and the other
isams have to give them a chance 10
There was a lot of y in the Dodger
camp last night. Beating the Cubs
Loses on Points
to lohnny Daly
(Steele) to Tin- Bfenraa Vend.)
ALBANY, Aug. fc PMHy McC.ov, 1 :i
of Brooklyn, si nded by bis famoui
ai other. Terrible Terry, and Johnny
Daly of New Turk gave a fasi
exhibition of boxang in the main event
at the North Knd A. C. Neither boy did
any real damage. Daly easily won on
i.oinU. MoOovnrn outweighed his op
1 one.it by at least twenty pounds.
Young Stoney of New York was bested
oy Jabex White, the Aloany bantam.
ting outfielder has not proved advan
tageous. As soon as be became a regu
lar batter he began to slip and ysstSr
day it became necess iry to substltuto
Iianb is as a butler tg I pinch, Daniels's
experience quickly told and he aim MM
won the game. This put It up to Ohait
to make another switch and he is now
pugsled to know what to do with Culd-Wttti
SWITCH OF INFIFLD
Growing desperate III his efforts to
hruce up the team chase made another
switch which Is evidently a mistake.
He withdrew ll irtall from the llne-UP
and moed Jack Knight ever to third,
putting Magnet, the youn. Cornell star.
In at shori Thl
huseiuan unused tl
asked one of the young women of the
"I'm Just OraSy about t," replied the
other In guMilng h-n canoe. "Wasn't It
a great game, tho.iirhl"
Now, could anybody ask for anything
fulrer than that'.'
Two young scribes, who were figuring
on some new and virile method of
PROVED panning the pastime, overheard the re-
j nark and almost fainted. All of which
D I us to the point of exclaiming:
"What's tho use?" If Uiey llko it that
way (hay are certainly getting their
mo ty'i wortih. Two hours and a half
, f bajn)haH et thirty cents an hour Is a
pretty g""d pastime after ait even if
gave him a third ; " ' S" ""Me 'l out or us
the position and a;""' ",e secono, aime jn just that many
llrnnntann Uefeata Kendrlek.
BfKINIjKIKLO, O.i Aug. 4. Patay
llrannigan of Pittsburg sl the decision
over Jim Kendrlek of Kngla.ad after
twenty rounds of fast fighting, In the
eighteenth round with a hard right end
left to the Ja,w llrannigan sent Kendrlek
down, bill be was saved a knockout by
about as pleasant a diversion for the
Brooklyn men aa anything that can be
Imagined, and they did It with a little
something to spare yesterday. The
three home runs that were made In the
fifth inning made a batting record that
Will atnni for some time as a mark to
be shot at. While the first homer in
that round waa something of a fluke,
the other two were of the regulation
labile Zimmerman was not entitled to
ids home run, but a fortunate collision
with some kind of an obstacle in right
field caused tha ball to bound aw.ay
from Scluilte at light angle and shoot
under a pile of emergency benches that
W re piled along the grandstHnd fence
In right field. Hchulte was unable to
reach the hall and it had to go for a
honer. Tho long hits by Ki win and
Wheal were hard hit blows that drnpr-d
Into tile light fl"ld bleachers, and the
ball was high over the fielder's head.
The Superbas are proving a harder
IIUI for the Cubi to crack this trip ihan
they did on their last visit here. Tne
opening game on Wadnaadny was won
only ufter some sensational pitching lv
Cole, hut yettOTdny't game was so much
In favor of the visitor, that the honors
I so far In the series have been all in
j favor of the Dodgers, llran t fielding
stunts by the other memlerB of the
I te-'.-n outside of the pitching department
I have had mUOB to do with the success of
the team here.
The general Impression here Is that
Dahlen will have a strong crouch team
ii"t year to i reak Into the first division
V be strengthens ai much as he has
j this season over last.
The Cubs lost only half a game of
I their lend over the Olantl yesterday be-
cause of their defeat. The New Yorkers
were unable to play on account of ruin,
so the leadership cannot be wrested
from tho local men to-day even If the
I'ants win from tho P hates.
The showing made by Pitcher Snhardt
Chen he went InTo relieve Knetser yes
leniay was excellent. He pitched four
innings anr. allowed onlv one hit and
gave one base on halls. Ho struck out
five Of tho Cub batters, which is nifty
fine work against a bunch of c niters
like the baders are.
vantage he slammed Tom Into o corner
and booked a crushing left to his chin,
Kennedy's hands dropped to his sides
for a second. He was leaning back
against the ropes, almast helpless. Ills
head was rolling from ride to side, and
he looked elrk. Palter slimmed und
slammed. Gamely Hlg Tom tried to
flgnt back, and at the bell he walked
unatesdlly to hla corner. He was slow
In recuperating, falzer was fresh as
ever a veritable Iron man.
The nin:h round began with a falser
rusk- Pslser wus anxious. In his COT"
sr O'Jtourke bad coached diligently.
four Innings Here played, rain coming
down lu ton cuts preventing Sir Michael
from surging the ball uny furthar.
At the time that the flood stopped
hostilities toe iiolona wers ont run to
T en waa a Kg shake-up In tho Bos-
ton hatting order, and It may be that
lionlln Is already manager of the club.
I as It Is reported he will be. manager
Tenucy was not at rtret base, and
Ingortan took nil place. MrPnnald, a
re trull from the Battern League, cov
I trad thud. Willi JaCkSOn, .Miller and
I ktnlla in tho outfield.
Iioalin may be the means of making
IS iew-headed lighter beat kvuusdy tag Bostuii a regular ball club.
shortstop who Is an experiment. Pofaya
a while It looked aa If Magner waa go
ing to be a hitter, but after hla fir It I
single be fell down lann-ntablv at the I
bat end yesterday llartsell, the man
who bad been withdrawn, had to go In :
Another evidence of the desperation
of Chase was bis moving Orgs, Ids most
reliable player, from Itfl held to right.
Cree can play wei In any position, but
the players say that his removal to the
sun Held has affected his hilling. The
constant glace In an OUtftsldsrt eyes
puts a heavy handicap on hint at the
bat. Cfet had a great chance to win
the game yesterday, but he stru k out,
with the bases full, on a wide curve
hull that, ordinarily, hu would have let
SCIENCE OF NO USE AGAINST
te la mil In nlnit mil J, ban la m Ufteehall. Te-Ueg
- wm ir -- - - w ,1 usitiase.
devslasd hoi neej van rtfv en root
gnd lot I fifty-one. It Is easy enouaA
to USderitO ad noie thru tost thft
gfttfnnj out. fo sore our Uvea, we
cannot figure tww tht.iv n nn the fifty.
rfesM LOTTUP Sing penttemen fried
us bard us they ssuld to tots us bath
unmet, but the lJiahlundcre refused
poiiif tlCMg to accept any such nr.
ore. It is fritr tl. t fhep made nine
teen hits ueetcrdau , asd that should
tl . i.nuph fo eM any kind of o
tlmggle, hut thi y plnyed such III is -srnblg
Mill Iksl the Hilltoppere were
able to moke ten runs iirtth only
tight hitt. The Larrupperi appar
ently hitre no fsuirt tcorh', and they
bnVt much to learn about bate run
ning, but, ItMtVg tis. they can csr
fatuip u'uJlop that ball.
F.nslern LongftM sltandlne;.
.... . iv i it i nun. W. L. M.
If h! to. ...MM s.eiu. . . .l . .. . f-l ,
i i . go Mil '.m Nswsili Sh ;.
h ,'i.,io . ...4S ti' .eMIrwioetei ...s w i
Pittsburg, Aug. 4.
RAIN marred the Plrate-Glant clash
yeeterday, but the riay-maker is
It looks like a duel fbetween the south
pswe. and the programme for yesterday
probably will go through unchanged.
MoGraw baa George Wlltae groomed
for elab duty, while Clarke probably
will bank his all on Leifield to take thi
second game from Xew York.
It is distressing here the way that
Olant outfit always throws a monkey
wrench into the Pirate gear every time
tha maohtne gets running smoothly and
Pittsburg gets within striking distance
of the leaders. The flrates tan trim
Chicago tn addition to Boston snd
Brooklyn, but Philadelphia and New
York well, the least said locally about
the PMllles and Giants the hetter.
The Giants were not exactly In need
of a rest, but they enjoyed the lay-off
nevertheless Certain of the tribe of
McOraw with poetic und arilatlc senses
enjoyed an afternoon at Carnegie ln
stlute, paying particular attention to
the replica of the dtplOdOCUl and other
prehistoric skeletons of species extinct.
The chaps with the milder senses
couldn't find anything better than n
nickelodeon in which to while away the
Josh DtVOre threatens to turn natu
ralist. When he gnzet nt the repMca&ot
tlta great dlplodOCUl that gotonca un
earthed from mammoth caves of Ari
zona, Josh marvellc t He discoursed
freely with the guides and sientlsts
about these prehistoric llttrd-llkt
monsters who antedated man, and saJJ
later that tn all of Hugs Raymond's
analyses of ancient tkaighong he had
never heard of anything stranger.
Getting back to knitting, however,
Hevore's Interest In the dlplodo.'us not
withstanding, the rlr.ates have returned
to terra flrma after that ses-lon
Wednesday, when the (Hants lighted
the fuse to the powder train along the
bae paths. Six of the ten leading base-
GAME TO BE PLAYED OFF
BY GIANTS ON SEPT. 19.
PITTSnCTtG Auf 4 -Yesterday's
postponed game will be plsyed off
Monday, rVpt. , in flttsburs. It
had been an open dato for the Giants
to enable them to make the long
Jump to St. f.ouls with some surety
of getting there, but by special ar
rangement they will plav off the
game with lilt -burg, atarting at
an early hour.
stealers In the Lynch organization Just
now are clam,, and when MoOrav
marshals this lllver-hei led outfit
agalnal Pittsburg year pindemon-
urn reigm along the Pirate decks.
J nere Is n strong tlttptclon here
Harney Dreyfuia w u K. r!n h.nr,..
- .. .. a .. .... vv,
surpilso party on Pittsburg fans sn
on the Cants It Is hard Ij banii
the Idea that before the New Yor;,
team leave, hare Hank O'Hnj will nn-
nounea O'Taole ami iiiv batter!. -
for Pittsburg, it I. ei Mailt that the
million-dollar pntr will arrlv.. here soo-.
unless t lii y ari- lort in transit.
AMUSr-V . NTS.
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BOXING STAGS TO-NIGHT.
At the Twentieth Century Club
"White Hope" tournament In
which some of the best heavy
weights In the Hast will appear.
At Brighton lieuoh A. 0
Coney Island-Tommy Glnty of
Scranton vs. llai ry Stone of
New York In the main bout of
At Kockaway, Atlantic A. C
Kddle Sherman va. Charl?' Har
vey, ten rounds.
Jack O'Brien and San I.ang
ford have be'en signed by the
Twentieth Century A. C. for a
ten-round battle, which will taki
place within a montn.
Billy West and Harney Will
iams will face each other at
Broan's gymnasium next Tuua
fk trait . .
4M .r Si SMhlnatas
C.i 11, Mil St. L ull.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
U NATIONAL I.r.SOUX.
l. rr.V Clnb.
I .Sill 'i w" ..
.S'.l.l! Ne Tom
an i ...71 Pklla'skle
21" ST ,SOJ I'lttslmrs
W. L. VI i CkA. W.
Ml S'. .... V V.,.b R.I AH Sllll ft
.ill at .WS rlenlsnd . 80 Bl .4081 e
nr. L po. cwb
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RESULTS OF YEBTERDAY'S OAMES.
l lerrlanil. 11; New York, 10.
Keiton. a: in-null, if.
pbtiadcl hls-Ht. I. am lad Wsstitnttea-rhl-
et. .u,e. ....ll-oicl. llrsin
Brouiilvn, 8; t'lilrtjtr, 8.
Cinrtnnstl. 7, I'hllsdsV.ihla. 1.
Pittshiirs-Nuw York and 8t. LoiU Fa.ton
tsin?s ;-oix.i.(vl. Iti'.n
0SWiaa4 St N.e York.
ISrtTOit at IV ten.
flilciiso lit Vi!itnirton.
St. I.uuii t I'lilli'lcl'ihls
OAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
I New York lit l';tunrf.
If lt'3 Fun
It's at Luna.
S i fifiPLECH SE
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Oafrn gJ IMsffl .t ulii
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i.i. ires IVsasUnn
We Make Great Redmctlons
now In our remnant sale. $30.00, $40.00 and
$50.00 suit ends reduced. Suit to measure
$18.00, or coat and trousers $16.00, made In
up-to-date style. Store closes one o'clock Sat
urday. ARNHEIM "SuShS.
1 .1 l l.l t N ol NSfcl..
L'., IP LII - la - -s'. shoss. Muck a
Milt, n .V I Hi LOtta ov 3
Brighten Hi" Ni l in.i 4 .Atassi
UaVMIlgjM rwll.an.i..i ,2.1, i,.u, u ,
fjt f. U.,HS and 80s. - W u 11.80 f, M
All aisu Usssnsa. .u.'. . ,0-lfl NijUts.10
12 liig viudtrllls Asti, tie -i CoQUnuoeirgH
Basabj - madJI
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