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Matching of Wolgast and Wells,!
With a Lot of Money Invo'ved.
Looks Biggest Thing in Years
Ootrffiartit. HUi m Tiv tap MUM fa
(Tti. N.w Vork VYtari.ll.
THE rnst,'Mn of C'hampltir, Ad
Wniitaat and Malt Walla, IIM
English lightweight tll1.-tinl.ler.
lias 1njvtcA n nr Interest Into the
lecal boxing nil nation. Knr wrks thlns
bay been ijulet along tho puglllatlr tow
path, and It rrrnalnrrl for Tom Jonca
to iteal Into town anil get thlngi t 'inn
On paper the Wo!Mt-WaHi matnh
Ion. Ilka one of th hlggot events
puglllatlrally that hivt hit tha old town
(or year. vaitmnit MKuting M el
raretpts, 3C,ri00 la Invntvod, and of this
Wolfart la aasuretl lilil.sno. The little
champion la to grt a 112,000 Mat guar
antee from the promntere, with an ad
ditional toOO for training expenaea and
110,000 more for hie shir of tha mov
ing pictures to be taken of the flght.
'Woigaat also hat the privilege of 41
par pent, of the receipts, In case It
amount to more than M2,000. Well la
aatlafled with m per rent, of the house,
without a fixed guarantee, but, like Woi
gaat, he la guaranteed lio.ono from tha
moving picture concern. The promoter!
are to poat tl.000 to-day aa an evldenca
of good faith, IbOOO more ten daya be
fore the flgnt and the remainder on the
day of the battle. Bounda like fren
lad finance doean't It? The men are to
fight at IS pound, weighing In at 3
o'clock on the afternoon of the battle.
The fight, which aeema unimportant
bealde the moving picture project, la to
he decided at Coney Ialand aoma time
thla month. The date will be announced
ahortljr. The 8ea Beach A. C, Juat or
fanned, will promote the oontrat, and
hold It In a building located bet wean
Luna Park and Thompeon'a Hi-enlc Rail
road. The building ! there right now,
having been used aa a atore house for
the recent Mardl Ores paraphernalia,
of courae It will have to be overhauled.
Seat to the nrmher of 7,000 will be put
In. The promoter want everybody to
know that the undertaking I monu
mental, and o it aeem. Up to to-day.
however, no llronae had bun applied
fur, and at the onVe of the Hexing Com.
mlaatnn nothing waa known of thu club
or Ita project
UP to thla writing we had great re
apect for the aatuteneaa of Dan
Morgan, manager of K. O.
Brown, but It look now aa If the palm
will have to be given to Meaara. Mo
Donald and Levy, the wily pair of Kng
llahmen who are ateerlng the Matt
Well bark. Look like they have put
another over on Dan. and Dan I Irish
at that. First, they skimmed through a
ten-round bout with K. O. Brown and
stole the decision; than they took the
Attell match, which to have le
Bruwn a. and now U.ejrSw gralbbed WoT
gaai frum under Danny, nose, aa It
were. Dan llstenul to the details of the
Well-Wolgat match - o ikmg and ap
paiently wasn't dlgplema4 a bit at the
turn thing had taken. "On ahead.
Jonea, and get the money. Brown can
flght Woigaat any time. Itt-aliles, the
K. O walloper ha a hud left milt ristu
now," was all he aald.
BHPOIIK the Wella 'match waa made
Tom Jone comilHlnel that he
waa lielnsT unjuatly rrltli'laed for,
demandlnf a lot of money for Wol
(aat. "I am not aaklng too mu-h,"
ha aald. "If Hie other fellowa
Why. you'd be surprised what they
want to be paid for a chance tu
beat the rhumplon. They have noth
Inj to lose and all to Cain. If any
on of them ahoul.l lajt Ad on the
jaw und pa him down fur the count,
where would w fluure'.' It wouldn't
be a ( hampi'Xiahlp uftalr to be sure,
but the other chap would net a
world of iredtt and Wolgasi 'I rt(U-
t.tt,.-, would JtufltT. Sunoose Wolif:itt
acores the lOMekdOtnt. It won't hurt
the other fellow's reputation a bit.
Why, we were xlud to get anytlilnx
when Ad fought Nelson. That tight
drew 13. Til, and our end was
only 13,7110. Wo won th title,
though, and have since made n.ore
than any other champion in the same
space of time. Vheee tighter who
want a crack at Woigaat ought to
do the eame thing. If they beat bin
they caji get fortune afterwards"
nohrrtr Mia.de. aolllvan.
WHprFIllJ. Mua . t. t lU.-Jeff !
Doherty of New Haven had a ahude
the better of Young John I.. Hulllvaji of
this town In an eight-round go at the
Whip City A. C. Bullivan le.1 thrnugh-
out, earrtng cleverly anl putting up a
guod defanae. Koherty led at Inltghtlng
bv long odds, beating a taloo on the
local boy's rlha In every clinch, while
at long range Hulllvan'a long reach and
superior height mad him the belter
National Lraga atamllnai
Club ' b. It Club H C
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44 107 Ml I
Game .etiei1iilrd for Tndlar,
Ki-w Vurk at it - ,
llu..,,-ll P., to llp',1. t.im.rr... : I.I.
Levt'.M. stawW . UreuaJio. tT Wit (w
NO CHANCE FOR ANYTHING ELSE
WHY - THE
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'SS TUt NEW STWONARX POST OF THt TTRAFFIC COF&.
EVEN IN THC RESTAURANTS.
Hangs Up Three
New Auto Marks
Orwin Bergdoll of Philadelphia
Does Some Fine Work at
Kratn IWrfdoll. aa amateur dttnv el Philadel
phia. ..o Hie guakrr City Mntir CJiih'a rlaiwk
autooioliile naa it Katnurmot 1'ara, aiwl 111 1 .oa
o hunt SB tliree reroela. He ptlctted In. al.nl
lx-ii..; Ii.- r M tmr the MS "H
inrnraa (a.trr than it waa rrr cot.rei tefure. and
tel.-e .ii,. v.. i tha lap sssssa. Hit tin,. f, the
raoa aaa Ik, I Km. 41 .15 H an sirrafr ipaed
? in. t. than 01 miles an sear, T . uld mark aa
.i. :im 7.MM1U0., mala laat )iwr. llrt,Il i
beat Up. wlili h maaxurad elfht sad oeetatiUi
mllea, waa tra.ellrd In 7 ui whleh at tea
envnili faaler lUau th raciwd nads 1 lUy liar
Few falkiweea . amateur arhlrtVa are ewar
Uiat aana or th, t.,,, ueak atlilatas wlir. would
liae ui duYlrultr In in kln tlie llnaplc teasa to
repe.r u thla cuinlo will not be allowed to com
lr tHKwtiae Uiir anr nut Amrrlean rlllMna Ac
aMMl la iha Otrasjaa , ,,), rhi,i, wis, ana
naturallard atw . v.'. ,. to re,.-eaent the counlrj
Ml wish to rotniM'te for. llei'auaa of hits ml.
Iran Ahrani. Tlai .Mieanve and Ooa Walah are
loeha-ltil fur th ,.)m,,i ttun.
Tna rare at the fall mrattn ! th Kantirkj
Tnillina II. inie llriidrra' A.- lati.ui at Leiliia
lain acre i.aui.mi.l aaaln lr'aw of rain tliat
Iwaan falllna afltr Ultra heala ,t the - :
SHf -I'1 ftf "' HI" I'aca luad been
etdid. Tli lluM hral uf Hie IVlle.n Hlakna waa
raivd In a (.wni.mr. Il rraulted lu aiclury
north II. ralsaalaaj asoaaa
.. . o.na'iinan in airala'it lieata. I. ma
Il It. Ill ..Mn a,.im1 .n.1 ll.n U.M il.,l
u i n iir.i.
l".-.itra of the Ifcanvn tetrteT fir. ke.1 to flrand
enlral Palace yealrnlay m pannuwilr In the
animal aliuia Ihr Nto Yrk Pluli f,,r Hit. hriw.1.
Two hnnilret ami llfti rntnm. ina.lr up iif urtf
fifth, tu tiiat nilllllier uf 1 ... cnmUltlltrit tin
miilitaiita fur tin many Drataa, lur jiaUnirf !,
Sliinkn ..,n aftar re.in ami rIOatSBUUaa 111111! late
UMlt night, ad U,k neaMjel UiJaj. alartln4 at
Jiaa "rderaeTi, t tie- BsaWaMM wreatllna nliani
saan, .tofeati-,1 llailmar Imti'tln. thr lit,.
!., wf, at the llailnin I'a-.ii,, Pi.1erwn at.irr-,1
the firat fa'l Willi a half NflStn In lan ami 4a
SBal um aO'iTid In 14ui It waa 00 .a the bl
wreath. il I.. ma hit, I liera t:,la rar. I'tdriau
waa tha aaareaai,r tlinnulhuut.
A th alo t, ; :i Arl matnh Iwtwren .7 ..Tin
ti.'i ami Alfrial 1 1. Org will tie flared at John
DmW'a n.ea tonlalit. . and Thurtda
,a tin. i,-k 'It,, n.i-n are t-i ,.,
eaen all for a :"im. ,i 11,000 and th
lawivn 1 iwMii'i,iii..iiiii mmai,
MALONEY EASY WINNER.
Tommy Ualoney tMsntlnueal hi win
Ml,'ttk 'Aht I'rooklvn
II. . 1. h A C by bi'Htlng Joe lle.lell wtHi
plenty to spare In h ruidd bout Ham
many Kelly bus done wutili-rn t
Malntii-y since asHtiniltig his manage
m e lit.
MORAN WIN9 IN ENGLAND.
IXNXN. ct. 10 l-'rank Mi. ran of
rittsburg. I', 1 , knocked out "Taim
Cinvlrr of 1 'iimhrrlunil, l-'-nrlatal. In th
ielath round of a twenty-round heayv
weight i iuiti Ht last nlKht.
Madole III l-'rom Treyer.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct 10 in a (Ml
and lever bout, Prankln Madole ol
Ptttaburfh defeated Jimmy Fryer, the
eighteen cur old lightweight Ot saOUttt
aat k, In the luM hunt nf , triple wind
LIB alt the American A. '. No reft) hi 1
blows wire ItrtlOk by either 00er, BUI
every un1 mat lanne.i ouuniea, ocnui
neither Intended io whii any blows,
but tried to tn'ike the other fellow mis.
Brown and Dual lloa lira,
MDMI'IIIH, Tenn . t)ft. 10. - Knor-k-
oul'' Hrown if ChtOftgQ and Hurry
!.ewl. of 1'hllfulelp ill. I'lnlmant of t e
welterweight chfttnpcinrhip, fought eight
fast roun la to a draw here.
Hold aa In Oulpoiiil l'rnne,
aIr UAKV CITTi Out, i" Matty
lltojdwln uf 'lle,H'i.t, M.U..., w.iM
.iw,irli-d the di Is. mi on point! over
Johnny i i i of H.UI r r . i tii ! sen at
tli ud, of lliulr tcu-ruaiitl byul here.
THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER
SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
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r I M THIi PHlLADfLPHlA f NOT SO Si 4LJ& '
.1.tll-h j , j I TEAM l-jAWONDFRll LOUD" "tV
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Figures Show Athletics Have Best Outfield,
But John MGraw Wouldn 't Trade lor Them
500 times and has made 167 hits, an average
Lord has been to bat 567 times and has made
177 hits and has an avtraye of . 312.
Oldring has been to bat 481 times and has made
142 hits, an average of 295.
Devore, of the Giants, has been to bat 548
times, hat made 154 hits and has an average
BY BOZBMAN BVLGBR.
F the figures are to be believed, the
Athletics have a etronger outfield
than the Olante.
It would be hard to convtnoe a New
York fnn-I don't believe It myself, for
that matter-that th Phlladalphlft team
has a more valuable man In the outllelfl
than either Jtevore, Murray or Snod-
grass, but the plain unvarnished figures
give the verdict to Murphy, Oldring and
Ixird. Figures have never won ft serlee.
but they sometimes furnlab very pala
table food for the fans.
While the pitcher, the catchers and
the Infield have undergone a thorough
threshing, oul at the hunds of the ex
pert statlstlclane, very few of the
mathematl al aharpe have extended
their endeavors as fur as the outfield.
Here we tlnd a very Interesting set of
Individuals for comparison. It la well
known that the (Hunts have one of the
1 nates t outfields In the business and all
three of theae athletes are gum-shoe
merchants of the tlrst water on the
base paths. Kor epiied the Athletics
cannot compare with them, but when It
mes to the old-fashioned question ot
getting the most lilts and the most runs
the guuki rtoun uurdtans or the outer
garden have the edge.
llrlng'.ng It right down to records,
I ninny Murphy lends all the hitters of
the two sets of outfielder with a per
centage 01 .334. He bus also mado nil
runs. Lord baa a hutting average of
,elf and lie has scored ninety-three runs.
Oldrlrag has batted at a rate of .:::, am:
has crossed the plate eighty-three timet
MURRAY AND DEVORE TIED
To gum 'his Il will be seen that
the Athletic outfielder, have hit on an
average of .I13 They have made a grain.
total uf 491 hits and 277 run.
In comparison with those figures tin
illants appeir a little wealt.
Murray and DeVOr ft re tied for out
field hitting honors, each having an
average or ,gn, gnoafrfti l right on
their heeli with tin average of .so
I'lom tills It will be seen that the aver
age of i n lilants OUIdeld Is more t.ian
thirty points less than th.it of tm Ath
letics'. A hutting average of Ml does
not look well alongside one of .813.
DtlVori lias made l.'d hits and hat
s lortd N times. Hnudgrrts has made MM
hits and has crossed the plate hit times.
Murray, who bus not I n In so nnny
gfttnei, l.is made 131 hits und has
loored 6 run.
NOW hero DOmftf the peculiar tlatsl
that makes tin- figures link freakish
T o Hunt oiiittcldyr have stolon ul
11111)1 twice us mat y bases us the At.i
letlo outer gardener, and still they
tlftVI not ftOOrftrJ more runs In propm-
'. -u 'l ..e only answer to Ibftl is tuai
aA- Oi Ut
1 S Our nfxt
. r fi-r j
of the Athletics, has been to bat
the batters behind tlhe fleet-footed
Olants did not come through with the
clean-up wallop. On the other hand,
long hlta must have been made behind
Lrd, Oldring and Murphy before they
hod a chance to steal
Tlhe tJlant outfielders, are among the
leaning base atealers of the National I
league, but Murphy, Oldring and Lord
are so far down In tho list of crack
base runnere tht they are not even
counted, liewre haa stolen 12 bases,
Knodgrai has stolen 50 and Murray 4S
Compare the Athletlo outfield with
thftt nd they look like atatlonory en-
glnes. Not one of them has atolen as
many as thirty base all season.
The f uTidainental value of an out
fielder to a ball club la hla ability to
hi: and drive In rune. There are any
number of players In the minor leagues
who can field Just as well as the stars
In the major organization, but the"
ate kept buck becuuse they cannut wui
lop the ball.
Admitting that to be a fact, the log
ical conclusion, based on figures, Is that
the outfielder! of (be Athletic! ate of
The next value of an outfielder to a
baseball team Is his ability to get
around the lines. He must have sslsail
Now, also ftdmrttlng that to bo true,
we find the Hants ot more value.
The third and laat function of an out
fielders and one that will open a Wide
Held of ills. Mission ,n thla partlculsir
case. Is his ability to throw and handle
Very ten of thf fans are aware of It.
but Inability to handle ground balls In I
the outllelil is what kept .lush Devote,
on the bench for a year. An outfleldei
ften loses a ball game by fiiniblln; .
I ntitiias I mi im e uaa ' I I s I .... . . I v v 1
JJ ZTTK M 'A oh:.t r,: -r -riW
single an. I biting It get bv hint for two brainy OUtfletder will no! mteuipt I
or three bases. Josh knew his weak- throw for the plate, which Is uncer
ness and w orked steadily at handling I tain, but v. Ill shoot the bull to second,
ground hulls, until he Is now one of toe I so as to keep the hllter from taking
best In the leftgU, BnodgTftM and Mur tan extra bag. The same thing applies
ruy are very sure on ground bills. 1 to the case when there Is a runner on
though Murray occasionally lets a single third and one on first and one out. If
by In trying ta make a throw too I lh defnlvg team has a food lftd anil
autckW. In other words, he sometimes I g fly Is hit to the otitfuid, th thinking
tries to throw the ball before be g-ts It.
iniiiiv Murpbv or the Athletics Is plate, hut will hurl the ball to aecond
WHAT DOES A HABERDASHER,
a butcher, or n baker know about making
clothes? If you want thern right Eo to an t r
clutlvcly tailoring house. We are the largeet in
the world. Suits or overcoats to measure Irorn
$20.00 to $50.00. The material!, style and
finish nre up-to-the-inlnulc. Write, call or
phone tor sampli s and cur portfolio of fashion.
Ti:ey will prove very Interesting.
A DM H IP II M Broad way
fallU ill 11 sWllaVJi
J BOX WOULD -XOU 7
BOX WOULD 'VOU
'JP TO THE
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LARRY DOYLE OF GIANTS HURT,
BUT HE'LL PLAY ON SATURDAY
The t21anhs victory nvnr the Taodrrers cetme near coating the formnr
denr, for Captain iAtry Doyle met with an acojdent In the alxth Inning
whloh, had It been a little more serious, would have kept him out of
the opening gtame of the series with the Athletics at the I'olo Clrounda
Saturday. With two gone, three runs In and Hecker on third base, Larry
drove a Wtckftd liner pgeTt Dftuberti ecurlng Hecker. In running to first
he turned his ankle no badly that he had to retire frjm the g-ame and
I'aulet fxik hla place. Iirry limped off the field, but after a good mae
seT he said thftt his ankle waa nil rlt-'ht again except for a srHTnnas.
raoyle had hla lnury exuimljied by n doctor lest ntglll and tha latter
amid therre were no hones .broken or llgamenta torn and that there waa
no chance to keep htm out of the WOrld'g gume.
"sure fire" on ground balls, thanks to,
his long experience aa a second boas-
r.m.nom.01ddor,u,f, aVor-The1 ftS!
used bad Judgment on two or three hits I
n the series with the Cuba and aftei
'the first three games waa replaced by
Strunk, who Is an excellent outfielder.
On throwing the 'Hants are superior to
tho Athletics. Murray Is generally re
garded as one of the three best throw
,n" ou,"','1,r" ln Aonerloa The other
two nre Joe Hlrmtngh&m of Cleveland
and Mike Mitchell of Clnolnnttl. Joan
,,,.',. )H 'also an excellent thrower
Josh's throws are unusually accurate,
though be hasn't as much currying
power In bis heaves as Murray. In fact,
It would be unfair to compare any if
these outfielder with Murray wlien It
conies to throwing.
The main wenkti'sa of Sn ulgrasa as
an outfielder forr the first part of the
Seft eon was his bad arm. He bftg worke
hard on that weakness, however, and
towards the finish of the season he was
throwing with groftt aecut.iov.
All of the Athletic ouUlehlers are fair
throwers, but none of them approaches
the class of Murray or Devore.
Danny Muriuiv Is a RlOgt valuable
man In the outfield In the matter of
making the proper play ut the t rltlcal
moment, lie Is a player of long ex-
perlenee and ho knows just what to do.
No outfielder ever played a better gitne
thin in- ,ii, i ga fall ftgalnst the Oubi,
To give an Idea of how the brain of I
tin out Holder can count In it ball game
tri will take the case of a runner on
mil base and n single g hit to the
outfield. If the team 0B the defellldve
I two or three runs to the good the
outfielder will not make n throw to the
ti Ninth St.
10, Iff IT.
- BY GEO. McMANUS
to prevent the orher runner from ad- I
vanctlng. One run In cruse like that
In bundling fly halls all of these vtit-
an ," ", , Tk" th "mr' Murray land In addition haa developed a punch
and Murphy both cover a lot of ground. .Hut It was hi superior boxing that on
a. do - Snodgrns. and (Hiring. DeVOre fthlftd him to win over H it. Sn ,1th car-
,1 L ' n, I'nM on a',,oun of
1 "r'i J'.n can get uncicr a
ball that fjord cmiid not get near.
Coming right hack to the original
proposition or ngures, the Athletlo out
fielders have the better of the argUr
mom, out now many or you believe
that Mcdraw would exnhnnge his out
field for that of the Athletics?
Me WOUtdB't make such an exchange
If t'onnle Mnck would offer him a bonus
of 10,0(O. And there you are.
Abeam F.aelly Whip Wllaon.
OLaaaNI trtAXttal, N. Y.. Oct, JO.-Young
Ahearn, the "Dancing Master," of
Brooklyn, outpointed ataabby wnon of
1'tlca In a fast tan -round iut. Wilson
landed but four clean blows during the
entire fight, w hile Ahearn dan-pd about
ils opponent, lundin.r almost at will.
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Win in Two Star
Local Club ShowslMantell Scores
. r-r4- ri-i. t i..i t
iuuic itricdis aJiLfs. nyianu
and Young Sammy Smith
Whips Battling Hurley.
Two good matches, the kind whloh are
tlolnjr much to reetore the fight game
Into favor with the fana, were held at
local cluhg, Pal Moore of Philadelphia
defeating Fighting Dick Hyland of Cali
fornia ln ten rounds at the ivmplre A.
C, while Young Sammy Smith of Phila
delphia returned to the gome In ft bout
at the Fnrdom A. C. and whipped Bat
tling Hurley of Parnate ln eaey fashion.
KoOre waa too fast and too clever for
' Hyland. At no time did Hyland have
a winning lead. Ills beet punches were
a right to the short rlba when the men
fought at close quarters. Moore landed
many good punches, but found HyJand s
Kmiti, .rut w,.
.rled lots of weight about his belt and
Hurley kept poimdlng away at It In
hope that ho would knock him out.
mon and Kllbane Matrhed.
KANHAS CITY, Mo. Oct. lO.-Con-'ravcts
have been signed for ft twenty
round bout between Tommy Dixon,
champion featherweight of the South,
and Johnny Kllbane, of Cleveland, to
lake place Sunday, November 1J. Iloth
a, Tee to box at tha featherweight limit
of 122 pounds.
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HMHI Kft ' Jl WJl rftstl.n,
Wed. Thar, a Sat. i lii.
JOHN DKLM in ASinflleMan
HUDSON nj'Sj Jljp
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Mala. Thla Week, wni., than sat.
Till, iiltk VI imi IH.it. I rti. i r a. World
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PLENTY OF POLICE
WILL KEEP ORDER
Arrangements Completed for
Handling Crowds Outside
Thr will ht ampl pollo pro'ptlon
for thOff who attrnl hi opin!n? it vim
of the World! er lfn HutunUy at th
Polo (Irnundii. Polio CommtMtOMf
RhlntleUldtf WftldO announ ol (it P0tti
MM.Kl'juartiTu thnt ftrriinRprtH'ita ww
00npl!t for h.iti'Ulng i r OfOWdt out
Hhln th Krouiula.
tMpMtor Ueorjc MoCttttltf of th
Trafflo Bqtiftd win havt uninr him a
mounted ntn uid fifty foot puroimon.
Thty will l" tO dlip a to be moit
cfToctlvo In handling th( big crowd and
prrjrr In(r order.
Inspector llmrhon will also b on hand
with a squad of his detectives. They
have orders to arrest kinwn plckpockeU
and other thieves on sight.
The, Interior of th fTOUndl will bo
lHkei after by men from a detectlvo
agency hired bf th club.
"Hi All Mill trum 0MUNOd tM tht Net
t'luyent In the AtnTi an LetglW, rtst'r drfratru
liM AthlottM In an MthlMtlOB psmc at WmIi log
ton, 5 to 2. OtOfgi Mnl. ,n lirlrt fur the wto
rifn anrl ruii th ilanfi prospsetlVt orpanpnte
it )M tnrtv. Thr I'tiiUtlt l;.ii.in MM tlirea
(ritchrfi aid of t fifm t n( Bender, wbpoi the
club iH rely on to defeat the New Yrka, tM
tut tli harlcat.
Thf rdantj wr gtTfn mmr flnr batting MO
ties at ttrooUra, an.j with Mfjtrf, llgraff, Niur
nv and Snt,iffra out of tha lineup dtfuttd
the 1 i tii tk in fitting Mlf. Knrtzrr tu
poUOdgi hant ttOtll n liofed at the rnd of the
igh'h Inning ami Kltm r BtONI took ... i la
IM he, p0, wa DOMed hard.
IVfM-nt Fogrl of the Philadelphia National
tjeegita tfra. com out with thf ntatfnent that
next aeaaon ' rm1n, the 9$M twt "mn ger.
will agftln lead the luh. He hai mn orjt ol
th hocup moit of this year bevauae of e bed
Th ffavt gewM of tha aeriaa rwtwaau th (Htati
and the WbiU Hoi will ha playad at the Amari
n Laacua gmiuida oi Thleafo on Frtday. AtXsr
thla data they will alternate It aeem atnvnt
ti, see theae two rluhs whn battlxd for th worM'a
title In 1U00. ,nlT r.imttl-i for tha ilnoi,,, m.
ahlp of their cat thla year.
President Ed Bam w of th. rm.r. ram..
ha iwlled apart al mretlng of hla onxanlaatlna
inr mi. rny on .-isiianiaj. ana aiinoilfn the i.iir
.se nf th nt ta nnt known It la hell.rad
tliat It la for Ui punsa of nnsurtrf rreal
rlent Chatiln. of It . o-r thnre wtnni-r of the
pennant, fur railing off tha recent aer.ra bctwaea
hla club sad th All eurs.
Battling ManteCl. who bids fair to de
velop Into one of the beet lightwelgrhta
that ever put on a glove, soared an
other victory to hie credit by winning
hands down from Young RlchJer, Matt
Wells s former- sparring partner. Man
tell scored clean knockdown in tha
fifth and eeventtl rounds, and In th
tenth had hla opponent ln such ft bad)
way that the crowded houae of fans at
the allow, which was held before the
Kureka A. C. of Maspelh, were wild
Ba, a6 IK7M HO. Dallr Mala. I
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uii 1 alii "J' 1 "1 wwaw nuam I no
suJilVJJ I furn Fra :i Mineral., -tat.r.
in Mliirrat.i. -I.t.r,
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BhVbiiN Hrr, M-C.r anrl fantw.il.
If abiaiiiart. "ATstal W..iln." otlaJ-I
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Wt THE WOMAN s
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GARDEN THEATRE 45
MOVING PICTURES & VAl OEViLLE
W ALLAtK'S j', ,,r fJSUL SftA :'
prospect T"- 'TiVAr A,L
BTigrtft "THE VIRGINIAN"
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