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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, IttV
FORTUNE IN RING
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
KING MATTY IS
WOLGAST IS A GOLD Iff;
PILOT TOM JONES WHO IS STEERING AD WOLGAST TO HUGE FORTUNE
Copyright, 1911. by Tho 1'icss Publishing Co. iThe New York World).
WINS MORE THAN $100,000
Bri J 1 iri
IN RING IN LESS THAN YEAR
Title-Holder One of Greatest Money
Makers in History of Ring
Next to Fighting Loves
Life on His Farm.
Copyright, Ml, hy the I'res Publishing Co. (The Now Tork Woridi
I) WOUJA-ST Is (inn nf tho greatest mono.v-m.kert over known to the
ring Hcslrlr- him gome of the moat famous champion of tlfn past
were mere piker. Kv-n I ha l, Ik fellow, Jeffrie. CorheU, Burn.,
nizBlmmona. Ryan, McCoy anl the
present champion. Jack Johnson.
Iiavo never "cleaned up" faster (If we
MOtpt that traincadoiia occasion at
Hcno, with the huge iumi of money
that poured In) than thin tiny light
weight. In lea than six montha Wolfsjtt'
earning have been Jtiat $103,101.40.
Tom Jonea, bla manager, offers to
swear to the correctnea of thl
Hiieuiiii, right down to th forty
Of that aum Wolgaat earned
To.21HO In purses and stage exhi
bitions, and he has done very little
aUge work, preferring the fighting end of the game. He loves fighting. It s
his chief study and amusement.
Kipense monfy allowed in his various i mid sheep. Now, for Instanre, the mo-
traJnlog periods amounted to IMI"M thin match with MoFarland was
Moving pictures of the Muran-Wolgsst I Hrrnea ' met Wotgast and we talked
fight have brought In fT.UMi t date
Champion Wolgast's Ring Earnings
in Less Than Year or Since February
Wolgast's ring earning sine rb. a, ili.
eat Wolrast s Share Espraas Won la
With of Purs. Moneys. Wagera.
. O. Brown $8,600 f 1.000
X. O. rowa y,7a soo
0.184 1,000 0,70
7,000 too 310
.00 1,000 7,400
Xgrvs 7,81 1,000 1,070
WKnm 10400.40 1,000 0,10
Pictures to data 7,000
etal 76,B1.40 00,000 000,07
Oraad total 1103,11.40
In th second Browa fight Wolgaat won 0304 by laying 1 to 3 that
Brown wouldn't knock him out.
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WOKnicie TRA.KWIa .(!T SS AND
DPAVNb 5TRE.NfaTH FROfA "TUG SUrA.v
In wagers lie cleaned up Just .
He la always perfei tly to gamble on lilt
own ability. It's profitable.
If Wolgaat. as a (old miner MJDBII
fornla. b k In the Kittles, had cleaned
UP gold to this amount In his Utile
bales tie couldn't have csrrled It out of
the mountains without the ail of at
least one pack mule. lmaalne him
staggering along with two end a half
Unas his own weight In gold dust slung
over his shoulders. And Hist Is what
he would haTe had to carry, unless he
earned his earnings and brought them
t a little at a time.
la tt any wonder that those clnae to
the title lie awake nights trying to
eeheme out some new punch or some
wsy to relieve Mr. Wolgast of his chief
sssit h championship? He Is cham
pion. Therefore sets the big money.
But Wolgast doesn't rsrry sll of this
to the lnk. of OOUfMi He ha a n an
IRi r Tom Jonci handles hla QMBlBBBIj
makes his mat"hes, watches hla train
tag, laoks after him as closely aa a
1-orse trainer look after a Suburban
" 'What do you want me to do?' he
" Take Iht nrst train and get out of
town, tio home to i farm, I said.
We got a time table and found that
the tlrst train left In about an hour.
DO I BAT to take the Oret ons?'
A1 asked, for a lot of his Milwaukee
rt-leiiilH were making It pretty pleasant
for him alter hit return from the Coait.
The very flrat,' 1 said.
"Ml right.' he agreed Tm all
packed up and ready.'
ANI wnat Torn Jones dn i Is
worth money both to Wolgast
and lo himself.
I the nrst place. Tom Junes gets LI
per cent, of all nht purse and eihl.
adtlmi mt.nev Ttist makes lit Share
during the past half year, for that de. ! irenifi
tail, amount to lin.tw 10.
Also Mr. Jones, rl ng his capital on
even terms with Wolgast !n all the
wagering, gains M per cent of the
money won. In the past half year Mi
winnings have bettn ,..;-
He gets tih per r'nt Of the moving
picture money. I'p to dste the pictures
at the Moran Wolgast npht hsve M0fM
In only t'.UOu, but they will go on earn
Ina larger returns weekly for some time.
Mr. JdMl'g share, su far, is glLfM.
Hi tutai galas threugb Um "ibbst-
liitnl uf Wolgast from 1-ub. h,
"UK I t . ' ill own in iuaoeiiiii, . Win!
toiai ..u.otj ssi. aomstimas it pays to I may
On this dupe Tom Jonea must he the
greatest ui.ina.gcr In the trade Money
0 he went straight home. To
, day. out on his farm, he Isn't
w training for a fight. He's get
ting up st daylight. lie's feeding cattle
and pigs and sheep, currying horses,
working with the fur in hands In the
Melds He eats big. well cooked menls
and troes to bed early and sleeps like a
"laniplnn. And he's having the time
nf his Ufa. When Wolgast quits 'he
t ing -snd that'll te bofore he's a has
iieen by any means he'll go home t
hia farm. That's ths life he loves
next to lla-htlng.
"Wolgast has the most natural wav
of training In the world. We go to the
mountains together. From the tlmn we
roach Sis camp he never puts on a hat
or a shirt until he comes back to town
to Hunt. He Kin in the sun all diy
long, just soaking It In There's a lot
of strength In sunshine. I think that
accounts for at least a cart of Ail's
and endurance From the
waist up bo tans almost to a black.
The sun gets tight Into his hkle and
bime and muscle. When we came down
to San rranclsco to fight Owen Moran
Ad was almost black. I remetuber the
way he turned to me and laughed as
he pulled off his shirt In the ring.
'Tom,' he said, 'they'll think I'm Jos
Oana come ha. k to life to-day ' II
was so hlnck that Moran looked Ilk
a ghost beside him. Anl confident
why. after the that round ho came
book to his corner and said to us: '1
an knock this fellow out whenever I
Luderus Wondering Why
Local Fans Asked, u What s
The Matter With Matty?
Demon Philadelphia Clouter
Fanned No Less Than Four
Times by "Bis? Six."
cil for home Fung and three-baggers
That Matty Is still loved by the fans
of (lotham was stronuly in evidence
throughout tho right. He received the
greatest ovations between the innings
thst any twirler hui received on the
Tolo Ground this senon. And he de
served every handclap that he got.
Never In the world did a pitcher give
e novL'iii v i itt.r'n I more scientific exhlhltlnn of whst can
'l III). I. 31 A y I I 1.1,1: K. hn done In Incatlri the iknua of
IKUIJ Is a certain qucst'un that another and then placing ths ball ac-
New Yorkers have aHkod aauh cordln-Iy.
other for a fortnight or more, i A month or more ngn when we Jour-
hut after the overwhelming defeut of
the I'hi li. I-., In tm opening auiiitj lib
the Oigjltl the only man In town who
dared propound II was the erstwhile
slugging LttdarUa. Winn all was over
and be was walkliik muurtif nlly across
the grass he turned to .Mike DoOlan
and In a feeble voice piped:
"What Is the mutter with Matty?"
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"CLAM-u" l T VMme
lai rAi r, rMis.-r s
r OAiig m
IN A Ba, viabs
Wfjftr H tW HWf To
STAtK HI4 fortTS UP
Or TUr MMe
.(MOT frr but Joom.
And, take It from Sn old plamstiian,
Mr. Luderus wanted to know. He had
gone to the bat four times and on OBOk
luiiu ntahle occasion had taken the long
walk back to the OOBOk after vlulourily
whlttlng the bn-ese.
' 'J'hal's all nglil," replied Doolan,
"you needn't worry about that. You
may lilt . ainst him all sumruct and
not get another one Mf Otbfl hive
had the same experience."
Tlie coni'ltlon of Mathewson has been
a subject that went deep Into th
hearts of ull Manhattan, To them It
was a aerlous matter, but It was no
more serious thnw were tho thoughts
or LUderUI when he looked at the hli;
fellow In a helplens way yesterdav and
thought of the day when he tupped nig
Accepts Appointment Made
by Governor Dix
I down to Philadelphia Matty was
ptiSSled and SOra at heart over bis Ina
bility to locate the weiknss of this
mlirhty n m Looaruo, who had been set
ting tne h'jxiic afire with wallops that
ili uned the pa with a st.irtllnit nuru
Ixrlty. He tr'.jd him on fast ball, slow
t.i'M. r.Mt imi'i irrc.ue. r.i.-i one ihiimh'' : , e . . i i
i and up urouuj bis m- k. mi ..f t.,-,. SeTeiarv-1 reasurer of A. A. 1
wi re met with uw same sncasa stapana
i Matty beggn to Dgtir, After I.udcriu
bad racked him for a home run and 'he
crowd win returning from the lull park
I aakad Malty If he really thought Lu
derus a great hitter.
"He can drive them with n lot of force
when ho (jets one to suit him," was th"
rply. "But I don't believe, he can hit
a curve ball.
Teaterday Vnttv showed that he bed
silved the problem that day. Ihirlna
the nfterniwin Luderus got nothing hut
curve bHlls that broke on the lnlda
corner ol the plate, and not one did he
hit all day. The mighty slugger had
dance after chance to slip In one of
those long w-allops and drive In n run, ;
but his record for the day was four i
i lean strike outs.
Jim Suluvan Takes fob
as Boxing Commissioner
in Place of Bartow Weeks
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
AMKS 1-1. Sl l.1.1 VAN. s- retary-
TroaOUTOr "f the Amateur Athletlu
t'nlon, Is BOW on of th cnmmls- j
sinners wro will OttparVII I uOging in
N'ew York State. He has Ju"t been a;- '
pointed hy tiov. l.x In plac of Bartow '
mt nwwmmt WHO Iioinif i ine i.jithi e a' .11
Giant Versus Pigmy
Third Contest Between
Hilltops and Nationals
Cashion, New Washington
Pitcher, Over Six Feet, While
Warhop Is Foot Shorter.
BOXING STAGS TO-NIGHT.
At the Fairmont A. C Tw
ten-round bouts will he put on.
In the nrst (leorge Gordon will
meet Joe Fisher of the Avonla
A. C. while In the seoond Ty
Cobb will tackle Johnny Dundee.
A. Long Acre A. A Amateur
and professions! nghtars will
meet In bouts.
At Bharkay a. C Battling
Brooks and loMltr fielaney will
meet for ten round.
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Pklkulalphlo, ava.i u'..w.... iki.k. , v..
Inferretl from Tom Jones's ap
pearance. Tom wears a lW watch and
foil that the champion gave him a little
while ago He has a diamond pin as
iblgaa a walnut In his tie another pi
talks, and he has nut only brought his
'" """ wrwagai a nuniuer 01 fl 'AB gn'l i." i,e explains
surcenaful fights, but he has Mr BOW In "Why. the day we left I.o Angeles Ad
posMi.on 10 aotlBM ineee t-urtunga in the ieam (round and made me
neat six months lie i to get l.i.Oon for ;f a H.BH autamahlla."
boxltuj l'ackiy Mi roriand ten roumli Lucky tlabter' Yes. and lueJaw as aw.
agar! It was a gncsl day for To.n
loBOg nhen f'apke, beaten hy Ket hel
In the first tight after winning the
championship from Ketchel, turned
J mea down and left Mm stranded In
Han Francisco, without a dollar to his
name and In debt Jim Jeffries brought
In Milwaukee and tlli.Xi for a twenty
icuiid scrap wlUi Freddy Welsh
Than he will get at least sa much
more with Knockout ron. Also pic
'ores will be taken of some or these
tight, and In all pletUTOO taken Wolgast
and Jonea will own a controlling Inter-
eax. ii per cent, l tin is a aelf-worklng Jones and Wolgast together. It seems
ria mine in itself, with the output con- lie did UtoBt both a good turn,
stantly growing as Wolgast becomes gj
more and more popular through hla , f
great ttghting If be suffers a defeat la I CIIKinoY RAPRAI I flAUCC
any 01 ine scneouiou Hat Ilea, or course,
is income wi.i iiimuie, nut Jones
doesn't count on dciest. He th Ink
Wolgsst Invulnerable the greateat of
all the lightweight champion within
th memory of man. Greater than even
Battling Nelson greater as a nhter
an J as a money-maker.
J ON'KS'B description of Wolgast snd
his training and fighting stunts Is
interesting. He is all wrapped up
tils boy quit laturally And it Isn't
Just the enthuslaam of a miner over a
blf pay streak. He has some senti
nent in the mstter.
"Wolgaat is a great Utile man," say
.tones "He d' en't do very much train
ing or boxing for any fight, hecsuss lis
doean't ned It. Hs's naturally aa
strong ant tough aa steel wire. He
takes gsiod care of himself snd he
doean't have to work himself to deith
sweating out the results uf dissipation
whsnever he's preparing for a hard
flllht. He's ready on short notice any
time. He'd Ilka nothing better than to
fight every uight
"Ad doesn't have any Inclination to
hang around the whit lights, where so
many goud nghteis have lust them
)v. When he lOB't fighting or train
lag U idkee for h.s farm Ho lias
fba LiMeXS Otsnt. snd lbs St luli llUnla
wis trues rolnreil is sii. sill ; i.. .Bottler doubt
hisJsi tt i ih m etc KIsU Thli tll he 11m UM
aniit.rsoce is lis, st ixini. Oisnt. in Nw Voik
s tlicr iimr fur iMun. Immnlmifir after
cniiusioa of the eion.l run. Tks Ht. 1 i . ;,
ilium altssdr m. c i u iji. . in , tttrre
Tlx RcTftl ejlftnt, will he the nppoornts n(
th. RroM Atlil.tl-. at llmni ihftl. Th.. HoyaU
sill rmfft nui mii ini-ir Itl.s la Hi, f,.t .U)t
t 11 I'. U . tin IIiaqi NidosaU ..til ,.; lie,
i tftitn Aftu.lftliiiii
Ths Nfttk star-, tjhf best asssl lean
in New letasy, sill .U; tlw lleu.iilltast at
Lean " si n ths radr snift at I 43 V M.
ili,. Dutloosa and Prowaa t t lass llr.mx Amati u
Ltftgue sill taeel in . ftebeduleil usoss.
Speedy "Pros" in Hour
Race lor Championship
Oiir Fvent Feature of Irish Vol
unteers' Games at Celtic
' ill HOUR RACE.
Till, hour race for 'he world a pro
fessional phamplonAhlp prQmioi
to he a big feit.Mo of the annua!
elebratton of the Irish lOllMltOOra to-
ii- ties at t el tb' I'aik. Hour ra.es
wcr considered big sporting events
years sko, and eveor to-d' "Sparrow":
Koberlson and ex-Klin i ommlesloner
Lantty will talk for hours about the
thrUUnfl long rales a score of years
back, llnth Bobertson snd ths commis
sioner Wr among t lie) best of the dis
tance runner of those days.
Billy yucal of AlsxandrU Bay, Abb'.e '
Wood Of i'. in ids, John .Svannerg of;
wdn, Td "'rooks of fall Itlvcr, .11.. i ,
Ciowley of lis'.and, Jlitttub- Ice "f Uo i
ton, Matt Moloney cr Brooklyn and
George Trent, the ..noted latunce
champion, win ull start in to-morrow's
event. W.kkIs arrived In New York I
yiwjterd ty and v..rke.l ti n miles on the
Celtic -ark track eam m O.'.'j iniuu
lie i s confidant that bo win make Cha n
pton BUy Vjuenl siutiull DOBrfOOt'
world's le. ord for the hour race In order
Bealda lue foot IS e "ore will be
two ureal game of Gaelic football 1
Baranatd ajlll play the iti.i. ert Brnmat
an 1 the First Iliglmetit, Irish voluu
teers of New TOrk, will clash Tlth lb
i ..lid ItcKlnictit of tlroukb ii.
I rir iv,Mli il
for him to a. rve. Sullivan has accepted
the Job. As C RWnlalonr llxon anl
O'Nell hav already BCCOBtOi, the
Ol anOel are that the. three commission
ers sj irct t0Tthr at 0BCO and com
plrte arrungenn ins for the Issuing of
licenses, and lo appoint a icrtary
for the J lb, for Which there are several
All sssSMeasrati t . ths ten-muad heal is
tften Ad Wolgast, the Itghtwslgul oaaaiplaD,
and Knockout Brown have flnalbt ism mate!
Tbey sill SVtSI in R ISSH nut lout on li t. ltf
at 18.1 peoaOs, e,gii in t ii. rlagild, Ths
dun pint iiders i lc beat Indu enuuti a i . i v
beat, but it . shnofti a aejiintl fi i um ths
null sail b Uoii.-lit eft at Uaulsua auus'is
Washington, Aug. It
IT will t giant agalnat a pigmy to
day when the Highlanders and Na
tionals hook up for th third game of j
the erles. Carl Cashion. who will do
the pit hlrag for Washington, stands
six feet two Inches, while Warhop la I
but a few Inches over flv feet. Cshlon
pitched hi first gam for Washington I
last week nd trimmed the Cblrn.Ro
Whit flog la th most Impressive I
faghlon. He ha a world of speed and
thT Chicago players said that he will be
Wat tOf Johnson's equal by the time the j
season ends. Llttl Wrhop with I I un
derhand delivery ha !waya bothered
the Washlngtooa and another close
game Is looked for.
The double victory of yesterday has
wnrmed up th local fans and a big
I lio.iday crowd la sure to be on hand,
i The i: g landers are a luckless crew,
j Had the second game been delayed Just
I two minutes longer yesterday. It would
have had to be called, as a heavy
! thunder shower broke over the city
' and the spectator were given a good
do 'king before they could get Into "he
cars, ul 1 l'iuvlus Just waited until
Washington had scored the winning run
, and then threw open the spigots.
The series with Now York will give a
j better line on the playing of the Na
tionals than any of the recent gamed
played here. Having won twelve out of
I seventeen wmuld Indicate taat McAloer'a
, team has been going at a good clip, and
: yet It has been up against a lot of
rather mediocre teams. With the High-
DID HE ARRIVE7-WELL!
It pains me deeply, Brieves m aor.
To hear the way you fellsra roar
When tne human frame that's stood
Falls for a time to show It'a best
What makes you yell like a bunch
Why, he'll come bAck ere many
And you'll find him thers, right In
Pitching once more with curvely
And the yvlla that sound when he
toes the mound
Will shake the earth for mil
And you'll "-id that Matty' well.
Has made him better than the beat
CHAltLBfl K. KEliGAN.
,n a refine si fights In California, lia hefa
en MM I) Tom UiCsiat. "ie "I1' rrotr
Lot amis. . 01. , tn reerr. sll the bouts st lm
A I ' n i is ru; irr. iiani.m
few ilni-H u.-i. f . t It u'n 1.1 l.u ' Ifil,. I f.i-nurt Tin' 'er tint rftirH frfllll Uss
. " - -- ;,--j us, amiin. ratner n.e.i ocre teams, w th the lllfll.
i in.' nassss sa lrsaissmi I aa., i. . .y, .i i. uiutr.ni. nuna steritaiis
. t . . . . , . i... i.rt,lt there is no chance for Ciiase to win the
. TTl.U' 11 w , Ulll.-
gi ... in Hie f'zlitln Irllhtsan, and Jack IMrjaa.
, tt.e f t and clsrsr lllhtetlllit ..f thr Bnnift. Thy
will ni logtthtf li ft tin. round I""' J' IBS
lit it stag "1 f's Atltntlf V 0. of tlockftwsT.
i t.i,ieh dJoss on next Frt'lar sight. Ior-
mm, ba. bad a li ' 1 ftliuuld put up
l"livll Mn-sn tha Htttstilin
la ailll tn hiTgtf ml, Mlk 1
1're.l Dniaftjaoad. tbs HaglUli
twtiit) i.iulsla si h sli .a to
I in tin' ulaiht at Kept.
bats Pi ilitii'i1 Rs sin .- .
holier IllllftSSf Unif or rsd gl
Afrlesa assrywtlgut, at the NaUuaal gnortiua
The ten roun t bout bstwesa V
tl,' seme Phllsilsli'lii tlgliler, a
the -nlored light ni.liiie.o-lli: el in ,,,
ill leei. ...t.. I llllt.'l IIS 2i M .ir.l
sllou huh figrcn. luiiu- tiiin in ahlch tu Sri
lag naldttlnn for the paatttt. Tliey i cnln.
tugeilier tiefurs the Knleksrbockw A. C. uf ai
bsny st a uaiebili uwk,
. lass to in .--I.
. vi. ant. Irr
'..,;.! ntf U
If Moran ajg
a , gp in ui.f
Kl I Henri
b.icl fight with Sullltsn.
east Mirrlt. lbs sU . ma hrst nslglit,
race inn srrtro in tiua cny n.si miirtm .r
Krhho Hi' Will iM'f Till. nkla.. on londaif
with hit irslatr. Co la: .. foi N.w lot. sWsB
will nuef Jon I'lynn lure for tan ri.unuft at Marti
sen tSaaurt (wag Bixt mnnth.
An ' -r tistlle for the bsntamwelslit obemiilou-
1,1. , nl Vl'irlsn.l hsa jn-t l.'rn rbnrhed. IHfaer
pennant, he has a contender and a team
which Is very apt to tie troublesome at
any time. To date the Nationals have it
on the Hilltops, helnp .nst one victory
ahead of them. That Is a very good
allowing, and M Aleer hopes be ahead
by the time the visitors leave here.
To do this the locals will have to win
three out of ths five games scheduled
and one more win will do the trick.
Hoy llartsell, the New York's thlrd
acker. Is a pntege of Jimmy MeAleer.
and the manager never gets tired of
telling had he stuck to ths ex-Hrownl
League whl -h has this position Wsll
filled. Hal t'h.isc Is head and hnuldr
above any other first baseman lo th!
orgBBlBOtlOB, while It Is a qneatlon who
Is the best mnn In that position In the
Nat.onal Lciarti. !t. Louis has
Konstchy; Brooklyn, nmbert; Philadel
phia, Luderus: New York, Merkle; Oln
dnnatl, liohiitei. ,,ni so on down th
line. Chicago snd Pittsburg are believed
to be weak In this position, both ex
perimenting with ynitngsfers, hut on th
whole the Old league la well fortified Jn
of course, the standard of flrt base
men establia cd by Ch iss mskss It hard
for even a food man to attract atten
tion In the American League Chase
has never had an eipial In tho position,
and II Is but natural that every club In
this league should hold him up ss th
standard. There wis a time when a
hall team did not give first base much
consideration Any sort of a player
who could cat -h a ball and hit a llttl
was thought the right man for th
place, but thing have changed tflr
then, and much more Is expectad of a
first baseman than In furmr years
Mtrsngely enough, they are no longer
developed out of plsyers who have lost
their usefulness In other positions, as
they were In years gone by. Player
who tire covering the position eucoese
fully these days pointed themselves or
th pl.tc when they started thrir
ut.nl.v the nrrarnt linl.tar of 11.. Title, and 1 ! e ,,.,,, ,i... at lol "fus." ...... , tWh,aet 70
llrvllte. will le the l.rin. Ipal'. anil tlicy wia meet I ..,.i,.. i, r. t,i. ., as" I Plltlmore.. ST 0
In a tmtv r iiiinl J ill l.U'rfoel n went It j "' ""V ' " '" ',.,.' ,u " V "
f. r a ini-f nf .' .no and ft ftbl. Iwt at 11,000.
I v Corn will rrlrrirr llis Dftttle,
dny Roy clas with th best third
aacker In the country.
IVh 1. 1,1. fmiM. ili'Mlnn.
Tns two rrt.k Wagtail tnbbl lewelatits. Bob., ... vjQ,t...i w .
Mohsef mwut ssd tls M.ii.rtv .J oab-l n lb National league can boast of
Enah Wit i.a.e or '.! srtldrt of lumrment rill. I having a star first baseman, ther 1
fna for a tm em nl M whi'tt win tsks plarelrMiiy but one club In the American
null. W, U. PC, I Club. W. L,
n Mon reft I . 4T .1
itt Dtore.. T 40 sM'Irnn ritr. it Mil
Toronto... ex t:t .mn Ven,irk 41 M
Buffalo.... SO M 4TII I'militeoce. 40 611
1 ., f , - rue N,'v llrWau. A. I' r.u it tier Htvt. or
ti Tin winner will he secured lo meet Billy
PanV.e, the mldill-'weigbt rhsSJPtsa, lo a ttaeatT
rniniii pout bsfors the Witt bids A. C. of New
Dflssna two wrerki later.
ilerrr tiantamwrtght nf
llnrvtt ..f I" ',,1.1'. hi.
mi- eer, mat,'bej in meet tn s tan-muud hout
,1 Ohsrley Unrvty (f pbiu
il Ibli-kftWfty 11, , on In
i dn gmtng, aus. ,yn.
I I l!i. Ul,.,rinftn In a I.
hi I he Atlantic A.
dii ertalag, Aug.
Eddie Hanlnn, alii list teen
'2n il., ftgeeatlf bested
l..i.llr -"i Tinati in a ten rmintl ikhiI it the aajne
sulk ttlUdi mi rtn.nnftltue for blm getting title
making goad ' gagtsh trltli Piims
"I sJ -- A mmm ?
Whips Packey Hommeyl"
One tb ftesann't best double fielder, win kg
rtsygd at MrNtuti HsW In the nts-nlsg ganu
Iha Nee V.rk "IV- "f Harlem will i.'s.
Ins IndelK'liUint. if Tile Itroni, lad 111 Moiinr
will line up ijsluftt tin. m.s i) team la tus
land Its US, llr.mkllin. Ills fain will bs eati
i,i. i. I'd I') a o . ini.' In it 1, r In ine tint f ig.iiir
in. lit tlift All Keutt will inset Hit Atnnlaa. Willie
El asi nl half of liie bill will bring iogethri
tU I' s "... .e tesin ftn.l Ilia I. ... u, blira.
Tlir tilth AMatrirai A. t' iiiii'Mincpw ttR gMtfl
en l.ibttr Ui, hr.'l. 4. Tlwrt r wivul loftltiM
mi tin t miriiumir, im.tuu liii h li M. ,im I
Mi.ui ttui.el it'iu lo mntitut. 'I'lit mii vuli
W i.iii'tntl hi ti r turf, mJ ,t is tlit .nut-Urn M
t rlufa la iDiUli llif fttur -t mnn ,t tn
t.'.ht.r NtvtH 1 . . il U Bit tOUIliU, Ulkll;gJ (WO
trltli u 1 i tiil. Ai mm it ika lau
in e in t i auiisw, the .l.il, Intenda to hold s
lug Dtstn-Slf totutiiiiiitnl tn lertoosti Alii.'i ii it,,,
oilier . I. ula oil Ilia pmgrSMItag ars lisi-miiru
aialih, I.Vilsnl tun Its'. Heap, 1D-Jlra h.n
Inirdl, . liftii.1H'Si. sso-iai.l liandiiai. uuv iiiiu
liftnllilli. t,UUjMtra kSndlfSii, I .at Mrnii. ban
alcapi ftti'it. .tie aa. Isvells ihriw id ii.ini,. i baa
nur. l-sjusil w.ulit. Iiimtli-spj on. eul,. go ties
aaq s on. oiile nrlir, hsuill an. itnlrb la aja Ui
I. .una or l . ,ir luto. ftnsinei m, in.,.;. I .1.1,, ,,,
Itnltan mrnii r "t Iti. u.i,i ,.r ,1.. va.,,1..
nrtmes, t.. 1st in id t rsluij r.irk ,,n tag. Bo
II: . ...el In I, mi ..ill 1m tll 1: I.,. i. it., mil..
mil, li.n. ill. Iv la-t gaturdg -iii.i; id Hliey. '
i.ft-il lo kmbg Idw noma lu nu aso aistch iace I
ai ii 1'iternviiii', a, I,
Fnn the geci.n.l time In succession,
Phlll) .M.iJovein, the stu:dv
lirooklyn fatharw4fht, dsfeat
ed Tackey llonitncy, th Roll Side
bantamweight. In m teit-rouiid bom at
the Twentieth Century A. 0, Stan.
While tho battle was not as hard fO .-;lit
as their provtoua mtlng, I hra wag
plenty uf sc. on. both lads SlUOOlng
each other throughout the ten rounds.
Jd'"lovern, oaraftllly coached by hit
brother Terry, went after Hommy
from the gtOrl and kp driving In
UtUm UM aso lb,,., .re ,", ni.nr mUt I ""avy blows to the lattl"l Otomaoh and
handl ip in ,1 . i..tidi, In win.', !, i ' i.,n.j rsei! I fac. Homnicy w.ih alwayg ready to
i l i- -ini .11 i i.ir e iirn- o i w-i. .,
Anllfr, Itnari hrrgcr. I'll. i. it', t , I' ,i i',, ri,lln
t,'ii..nnlii. i iir.itn, i.gisrr, i , iult
el igaei a-., i.gi.ia Qaill lootball Imrtlu sad
I l.lilft 1 1 will fiiloe the irn I ,,
The I'lttfttiurg fl'isnta
ifliletl's In It..
ill nlav Ilia Long 1,1am
lion rark, ,1a kton and Sn m
.,. . ,., . ,,, ,,. , ., ,,,,, j
1 JO P. M tin llreutft will tft.ftla tlm
re. Hon Park. I. and Hi,
an'iin.t, ixinj iiiiinu i'iiv. in ma
Ameibin Kti'tsai t iiai.ftlil'a learn
Tbers wUI be ft d. nl le hetder al ' nnor'a Kb 1.1,
Tlut i ..ion i. ... -ii , i. ,.ii. ol Piotlileiiis anil Mm
nroni Ciiegiaiea win noci uti Hi ine rirtt run
trftt at '.' I' AI., and tin J li. cub will i,ai
baty Urtn, with iota f calll and il Uiwus i,eUtiaUi - Ue mvi gsias.
Mil. In BJ
teinnl nl the
0, k. i: Bliunat's won i.rf',i trotter DM
1-rti-riieil l not Kef great fiat at ths iirand rir-
an m. tij.g at rJUssiaad in , , ,i mi
in. ui tn sign by bu earner, in tin re ri
I uuv of :. I I biiwedi, Tall lrel iirrfniaku
wia mines... I lo a igrge nowi ,,- iieople sad
w inn HMIngi arors I'liUu bgeg lo tb,. jLigeg'
at.t'id anl tg Hon i.a Ill in,. i ,t, , M
aim ii.iiiir inn sfen i grest o.iu.m
ii-i u . no r in i . , ,i, .,,.1 ass
ulx H and several times shook up
Mctlovern with short Ingld wallopi
to the Jaw. Dpt thss blows lu
lls MoOuVcrn fiVy for ' I eond back.-l
up and With his head down he would
:onr in, (Wlnfi.ii away wim both
Mctlovern weakeui 1 llommcy several
tlmss with his gmoahM to the body,
th blows oomlni 10 fa-t thut Horn-
''is" may was oompelled to ollnoh.
over a right hand gwlng to Hammiy'i
law which dropped him to the floor.
Itcfore KofOTO Charley White could be
gin to count over him. Hommey jumped
up and waded Into McUovern, they
both standing toe to toe nd punching
nway at close quarters until the bell
In the last round the Isds fought
furiously with Mctlovern having the
hauler of It.
Iteanlta of Yesterday' Oaaae.
Montreal, n- Jenev .itr, .
N. w irk. 4 . Birfflfo. 1.
J( ." ..or a. I'r,,.deace, 0.
laltlrnnre. a . Toronto. 5.
in i u in- it tin- r.iti ..I I .'.I I... ,i .i. in .1,., nlnlb : i.ni.l the lads came to
.: .irr ''r:r VJz' n. tm bea.. t- agohn. m.
nl of the .-laon tin. r ., in. w,"i, h T "'ti ' h'iJt ' ' V"""" V ,' 1 1 -' wiinb hardest kind of wallop t" the a'onm i ,ngician declared that
nl ui (M l, anl u, kuuiio LungUi, um gun igug,"" " ""u" "" add face. a)uadnly McUoveiB thisw , uo marks of a lul bluw.
brnusra, lbs Naiinniti baH mile
uiftfti' I". In.' le. nrl liriaking i
jimmy Dunn Put
Away in Fourth
With a tsrrlfld left-hand swing Into
the pit of the ItOBlaeh, Willi Jones,
tho Hro-iklvn buntamw eiuht, eucieode.!
In knocking out Jimmy Dunn of this
cite in the fourth round of a ten-round
1 I milt at the stag of the Atlantic A. A.
of Rockuway. As soon as Dunn rs
celvcl the blow he sank to the floor,
claiming that Jones had struck him a
! foul blow.
Rfr0 Joe' Ward refused to allow
the claim and counted tumn out. Want
then oglluj the dub's physician Into tho
r nl I'1 RlOk an examination. The
U mi ii 'j iaaiif 1 111 Mkmm
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