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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1912.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
JAMES THORPE, GREATEST ALL-ROUND ATHLETE IN HISTORY OF SPORTS
JOHNSON MAY BOX
BEFORE HE QUITS
Some Interesting Facts About
James Thorpe, World's Great
est Ail-Around Athlete.
Corfrlrtt. lli. hi Tha I'm" PubllaMni c.
(Th s rot noiui.
OU, lr, are the mut wonderful
athlete tn tha world," al
Kins Oustava of Sweden t
James Thorpe of America as the Kre.it
Cirl.nU School Indian rounded out his
fourth year of athletic competition with
thit winning- of tho Pentathlon and the
Decathlon it the Olympic flames In
Slofkholm. Two thousand years aito
these were the molt Important events
on the Olympic Hit.
At an all-around athlete Thorpe hai
eclipsed the performance of the once
Incomparable Martin fihcrMan.as well
thoie of the best men of all other
The new marvel of track and Held
sorts Is a Mac and Fox Indian. He
was born In Oklahoma, and It was from
Bpracue, Okla., that he came East to
Carlisle four years ago.
Physically, he Is a magnificent spt
men, lit to be compared with the great
est 'of the ancient Greeks, whose per
fection has come down to us perpetuated
In Pentallc marble.
Thorpe atknds a little over six feet In
'height. Stripped, he weighs ITS pounds.
He 'la all lean muscle, and his skin Is
brown with the tint given by the hot
SobthweaWrn sun. Ha Is Indian In
every feature, from his high cheek
- hMts, afgresslva nose and Wrong
Jnteulh to his sinewy limbs and torso.
"To-day he II twenty-five yeara of age.
, Four years ago, In IK, when Thorp
entered Carllale, he was Juit an un
known Indian. He had never competed
in athlstlo sports, although, like every
.boy In America, ha had played a tittle
baseball and football. Ilia chief sport
had been hunting. He was known at
home as a good shot and a successful
ihuater. Long days and nights on the
'trail and In hunting camps gave him
the speed and endurance that later made
IN, Carlisle younir Thorpe was quickly
picked up by the coaches In differ
ent lines of snort, who recognised
his undeveloped talent as soon as they
saw him In action. In a short time he
member of the baseball nine, tha
football and lacrosse and hockey and
" 1 kast year he became famous through
. rhla great work on the gridiron. In the
'. Carlisle-Harvard game ho took four
'chances at field goals, two from place
ment and two drop kicks. He kicked
'foul Koala In fnnr H.a. thm Innv.tl
'from placement being forty-five ynrdi.
Tjus at once brought him recognition as
ma gresiesi punter in America. In Uio
Brown game he tried two field goals mid
V made them both. This was In his third
season on the Carlisle team, Ulen War
nr, the famous Indian coach, says that
, Thorpe Is the beat halfback ha has seen
( ja all of hie" experience. At the rnd of
the season. Thorpe was elected captain
i far U.
' But Thorpe doesn't depend upon foot-
hall tor fame. He Is a flrst-clais pitcher
: o the Carlisle nine, and the baseball
scouts of the big leagues say that ho Is
i tho peer of any professional. He can
; coyer, any position on the sacks and In
." tha field, bring as veriatlle In this one
I line of sport as he Is In all others. He
I Is a famous lacrosse, tennis, hockey and,
nauuusu jjmyvr, aim ma ucn cemru un
tne etiKeioaii learn that (,'amsle ever
' CJreat as he, Is In alt theie lines of
.' " endeavor, It Is as a track athlete that
;; Thorpe has become famous all over the
Track athletics came after baseball
and football with him. Ills first ten
,atlonat success came In the dual meet
t ''last year with Syracuse, where he won
f .the running high Jump, the running
l broad Jump, the 13) yard and the 23)
yaru nuruiv ravr, mm m puu.pui, nn
. waJ second In the hammer throw. This
waa In one day's competition against a
crack college team, ana constituted
performance never equalled by any
HBrtK Is no doubt that If Thorp
should specialise he could break
world'a records In any one of a
doten events. He has cleared over
feet In the running broad Jump, has
run the high hurdles In IS 3-8 second
and the low In X. He has put the shnt
over 1 feet and thrown the discus over
1!). Several times he has sprinted 1(0
yards In 10 seconds. Ills most startling
performance In any one event cimj in
the last meeting of the Olympic at'ilctes
before leaving for Stockholm, where ho
tied with Hlcbards, winner of the high
Jump In Sweden, at ( ft. E Inchsj. This,
rmiembcr, Is within a fraction of sn
Inch of Mike Sweeney's famous world's
record that stood for flf.een yeara
fJ Thorpe, If he devotes his at'entlon to
man jumping lur a lew i.-iuniup, wii
Undoubtedly beat Ilorlne's nurlt and set
a' record mark that will last for a long
H" 'It would hn a treat Merfftrniinca for
ary athlete to win a Vev.atliUn In the
n-ro-iougni uiympics, piuej ngainii
the pick of the wor.d's athletes. The
Pentathlon takes in five events. IJut to
frjlow the terrific strain of this all
around contest within a few days by
winning the Decathlon (ten events) Is
rotblng short of phsnOTisnat
Ta.saav.- i.n' u w-v
Thorpe's Rectrd la Pentathlon and Decathlon mSkWmSSuBmKMM
Which Stamps Him Greatest Athlete of All Time WSKS' W
Unnnjnr broad Jsnp T metres 7 caratlmstres. ' '"'''j' l
throw centimetres. fljSfifeKj 'i
liBitrmi!"! '.!'.!'.!!!'. mlim1tisa40ll.hlo"'eeoada. ' 'm''"!--- 1 . . .
Vol rail 8 metres 88 oeatlmelrss. r . " St A fAlM
100-metre daah H 1-8 seconds. J&QKv' -V" L UVzr
Burnt ag broad Jump aa feet 11-4 lachae, 5 Z
hot put ltMartni, 1 I f
Javelin throw 48.TO metres. V
GIANTS SLAM BALL
AT RIGHT TIME IN
Cammitz Wasn't a Puzzle by
Any Means Against Math
M elisor, rf.
Umplrm rtlitler and Flnneiun.
KOIU1ICS FIRM), PITTaiUIItOH, I'a..
July 17. When seen this noon and nsked
what truth there was In the report from
lloston that the (Hants was willing to
trade Davore and (Iron for I'ltclwr
Tyler, Manager McOraw stated that It
was true and ho would maku the trade
If Manager ICIInir would make the deal.
Tyler Is a grand pitcher and wo need
pitchers right now, not that we hsvo
not Koud pitchers but very one, 1 urn
sorry to say, Is Kolnw badly Just now,
u you probably have noticed lately.
Hut the, (Hants are like all other clubs
due fur u slump und Wo urn In It and
tn It right.
The buns In I'lttsburgh are rrnsty over
the coming series and should I'ltts
burgh Ibn utile to take at least one ut
the first two games a record-breaking
crowd will on hand Friday to see
First Innlng-Devore tripled to left
centre. Doyle tripled over Mcnsor'a
head In right, Devore scoring. Ouluon
muffed llecker's foul. Doyle scored on I
Decker's sacrifice lly to Carey. Merkle
walked. Murray til
led to Wilson, ller -
tog filed to Carey TWO TIUNH
Menior was out, Doyle to Merkle.
McKechnle waa out, Matty to Fletcher
to Merkle. Carey fouled out to Myers.
Hecuiid Inning Meyers beat out nn
Infield hit to McKechnle. Fletcher
forced Meyers at second, Wagner to
McCarthy. Matty xlngled to right,
sending Fletcher to third. Devore
fouled to Wagner. Doyle fouled out
to McKechnle. NO RUSH.
Wagner Hied to Devore. Miller was
out. llersog to Merkle. Wilson was
safe at first on Doyle's fumble. Mntty
threw McCarthy out Ht drat. NO
Third 7nnlns.-nrey mnde. a nice
catch of Hooker's hort lly. Merkle
filed to MorwoT. (Murray filed to Carey,
Qlbson was out, Ilerzog to Merkle.
Flotcher threw out Camnlt. Meimor
fllMl to Decker. NO RUNS.
, Fourth Inning. I Irrzog singled to
right. Meyers bent out a lilt- to Ma
Carthy. Futeher attempted tn sacrifice,
but Miller dropped McKechnte'a throw
and the bases were full. Wagner threw
out Matty at first, Herzog scoring. !-.
vpre was called out on strikes. Wilson
muffed Doyle's line drive, and Meyers
and Fletcher scored. Doyle was out
stealing, Gibson to Warner. 01UI&B
DODGERS IN ST. LOUIS
JUST IN TIME TO
Train Wreck Delays Dahlen's
Men Six Hours Rucker
flt. Ixuln. Brooklyn,
lluitglnx, 2b. Moron, rf.
Kills. If. Northen. If.
W. Hrnlth. :tb. It. Smith, 3b.
Koney, lb. Dnubert, lb,
Kvans, rf. i uiMuiw,
'Iliiinor. m. Hummel, rf.
OakM, of. Timlry, j.
IlrennatiHM, c. Miller, c.
bailee, p. Ituclier, p.
Umplrra Klein and Uush. Attendance
(Speehl to Thf Kttnlns WerM.)
iioniKo.v P1EI.D. ar. i)iiis. j.,iv
17. .t truln wreck delayeil the arrival
of the Huperbas In Ht. 1auIs tu-day,
Dahlwn'N men ariivlnx Jimt In time to
tart hostilities with the Canllnala
nt lift. They were six hours late.
Itucker anil Miller were selected as the
llrooklyn batteries, opposed by bailee
and Hremalian. Wnlllo Bmlth ugiln
showed ut third, although Mmvrey U
really to work. .Magre and Uennla
Wllle didn't report nt Itoblson Field.
both being IndUpuxd, Despite tho fact
that ruin threatened, about 2.500 fans
wer out for the first frolic. The
Cards in list win at least two of the
four games to retuln sixth place.
HACK THACK, WINDSOll, Ont July
17. The entries for to-morrow's rars
are as follows:
PIH8T- lUI'K.-l'urM-. IMtti CauaJlaa brfl.
ITM"'"'' ',,. Y,lrj..tt,u7
illnt. '; Trui,Mluni, toi; Harruck, 107,
llnaitiilale. Dti ('aradf. 100: ln.lriu,m.t 110.
HtXXIMI lUOK.-nfuiw. 1500; malJeu Ibiw
inat. I04j MamHo, I0; ilaater Jim, lois ham
'. JJU'!U-. ,l'5- Atluonua. 110j t'juoauit.
anj rour.)rarH4.Lii oru, lutlr A arWon, 101: 11 wtf.
101: ItK-iuriKltj. 101,
Tlllllll ll.U'K. -I'uraa. 11.000: ltltoiio!e
!lanllrwi! tlirtw-rr ariMa an.l uimarl. one mile
ana III )anU lluiimitlin, 91; HiKahorn, lilt
Hut KUWr. ill, Star Oiarler. UJi Iniuiy, PS.
AUv JVlnllK, III; HU'ieftlt.Mi. Ill; I'lUf
Waf. 1M; John INirlotii. 101; Hmnltf. lift.
IHlUHTll HACK. -I'urie, tt.VM; IMMlt
Rtaka: atlllna: two var.ol.1i. &U futlouni IUll
anrt, fir: l.lltlr lliuj'i. 1VS, lH'liiria, U'Oj llai
i'.lai. uj; Tankard. in:t; Moux-a.-), Ill, lotin
drr. 101. llarrrzal. HU.
111-TII UU'E. -I'liw. trJiO; lrrtMr-ol.l
ao.l tunnM Mlllni; nw lunatu nralrl( flrlir,
nj, i arruiun, I'M , nanruni. iuu, t t.tii,T iv., in
ltulan.l I'arlrr, Us; MiUll, 100; f rtmit. icp, -IV.
Iirt inf, .-.nalir Hiiaik., 10U, lira Straw, 100.
HIXTII IIU1K, -l'yt, I.WU1 four-jrar nlja au.l
up4al, trllluj, all furlJnira-Hlilliy, tu7; Wtii.
nlni iMirt. lost Cllf, Itlfl. 'lUrtio'iiai,
iOH; MUidlocU. 10S; Vnvlaiul, 11 V; Hilly Van.
tmMY, 101,' (YapnlMiwo, HIS; J, II, lloiuhtun,
HKVKSTii n.v;. i-urw. nno; ituw.im
ol.ll in I war J; INii(; onr mile (HI- Itach.
lor Kill. si. rnTHOiotra Timi-!i, 11, HtAIIlfr,
101; '11100, M; 'MarUii ('). Ill; VWx, 103;
XI Ui VUu. Kau K.. IK); Kt. KlttliUtit.
10.1; li.Ula. illl; KUiu lllilf. 101 1 Millllil., ml.
Ainlrnll" alljaania rlalaml, Trark alw,
HtandlntX of the Clnba,
Club. W. I..
r-lk u r. i.r,
RMlxater,, (0 .14
Neaark' t' all ,r.(
l'riildDr, Sa 45 .l.lt
Club. v.. I., fo.l flub. IV. L. PC,
llrMWn... 67 VII .(W(1?tln.. 41 4.1
Mil ton. At It) IMrolt.... 41) 4:1 ,4N'ii
l'lill',hla 7 :ia .r.M.st. i.mii.. L'l r.11 .:iiio
Cliic.i'i... t 30 .5501: New Vnrk. :"J M ,Val
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
PI, Loula, S: Stw York, 1. 1'lmt nm.
Ht. liubi. :i .r York. 1. Hrtoad aunt.
ll.lon. Detroit. 1.
I'lillnJ.lplill, I'kTrliuil, 2.
WiiltioitoD, 7; ClilrsgJ, 2.
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
t'IMflinct it New ork.
IMrmi it I'hllailrliiiiU.
fbirutta tt HtMliin,
St. U.iiln at Waililnjtua,
Inman and Dabney of Boston
Bitterly Contest in
HOSTO.W July 17.-TennlR at the
LonKwood Crlcltet Club In the play for
the Kaxtern doubles and the Longtvood
singles continued to-day under Ideal
weather conditions anil with well fought
matches' In loth events.
In the doubles Karl II, llelir, a tut
vlvor of tho Tltanh! disaster, and Heals
C, Wright, a fonner national champion,
put out F. II. Htirrls of lloston anil J. C.
Nelson of Concord, N II., the old Dart
mouth pair, In straight sets, llelir
played a brilliant gnme and scored 17
aces on the three sets.
Just before noon F. C. Inman of New
York and A. S. Dabney of llnaton, who
fought n bitterly contested match ut
Hea Hrlght, N. J last week, met In 'he
fourth round of slnKlrt und at 1.50 1. .M,
they wero still ivlnylng with the match,
S3() and fr!0 materials all
imported cloths made to
your measure fitted and
finished as you dictate
absolute satisfaction guar
anteed. Suits. S18: Coat
and Trousers, ;?16.
ciub. w. I., ru.i flub. w. r.. rc.
w York St I'D .744 I'WIt'pliU. 34 !W .466
Chloio.. H ,fK St. lmll .'14 411 .410
rituii'irgh 4)1 :il ..viviiirnkiju.. :io 411 .nT.
Cltclnnill 42 S'.l .81.1 llllloo.... 21 ta .212
ChlrMn, 3j Nw York, 1.
I'HKt'iirjli, S; llnukltn, 4.
1'lilHJilliUl. 3; Clatlnnitl, 0.
New York it I'itUhureb.
llM.iklm it St. I. mil,
l'li!lallihl it Clilriijo.
Uaiurt at flnflnnatl.
two selH all.
Summary. I.011K Singles, Fourth
IIuuihI O, I'. Ciaidner Jr., Heston, won
from I.. 11. Martin, Huston, 6-3, 62,
J. K. Jono(, Providence, won from I
II. Martin, HoHton, 6-;:, C '.', 6-3.
W. .1. Clothier, rhlludelphla, won
fmm H. K. I'erry, New York, 6-0, 60,
UnHtern Double, Second Round K,
II. llehr. New Yprk, nnd Heals C.
WrlKlit, lloston, won from F. II, Harris.
Iloaton, nnd J. ('. Nelson, Concord, N.
II., 6-1, 6-1, C-o.
FlltflT HACK-Three-year-olds and
upr live nnd u half furlongs. Thrifty.
(Dunn), 3 to 1, even und 1 to :.
It rut. N'tpler, 9 (Davles), ,V) to I, 10
to 1 and 10 tn 1, econd; liillth C, UM
(Turner), s to 1, .", to 1 und 3 to 2. thin).
Time l.uy. Tretou, Ultnn, Mttlo l'ul,
Igloo, vigorous, Senator Hparks, Frel
uillclo nnl Inclement alro ran and fin-
Isheil as named,
HKCOND IlACi: Four-year-old and
upwnrdH! Hteei)lecliitKe; Helling: nboul
two miles, Andrew Hummers, HI
(Outes), f, to 1, 2 to 1 und 7 to 10.
won; MIhk lluyncx, 146 (Kermnth), 4
to 1, 8 to S nnd 7 tn 10, necondi Knnls
Ulllon. '4f (McAfee), 12 to 1, f to 1 nnd
2 to 1, third, Time, 4.30. The Khnugli
rnun, Might and High Hat also ran and,
finished ni named.
Xelsou llilliliilers Jordan,
- ClIATrANOOOA, JulJ 17, Trn' Nln of
l'lillnlrlhl hamnKml i:urltjr Joraan 01 m.
tenia hard In their rljlit.rmml mill at the
KuiiUicm A. flion bail hli man srissr
(kit. the ttilrl rcun. 011 lu tbe ammd tnaln
lm.it Itnl Airea of X York sou our Jack Kuj
el Atlanta, lis.
Brodway wd 9ih Street
What Systematic Training
Means as a Developer Is
Shown by Tom Kennedy
Heavyweight Who Meets Bom
bardier Wells Looks Physic
ally Perfect Right Now.
WHEN Tom Kennedy steps Into
tho ring to-morrow night for
his battle with tho English
heavyweight champion, Hombardler
Wells, fight fans will discover that
tho Now York aspirant for White
Hope honor In a vastly Improved
fighter. In many departments of the
game Kennedy has recently displayed
much greater promise than ho did
ronie tlmo ago, and' thoso who have
s -n him train declare there Is no rea
son why he should not show the best
there Is In him when ha faces the
tpeedy Drlton. Many close observers
are Inclined to believe w.ells will prove
the American's master, but there Is good
reason to believe that If Kennedy usos
sufficient heudwork (and this Is a de
partment In which he Is Improving rap-
Idly) he will be alilu to thwart th
Hombardler sulllclcntly to score a vic
tory. Kennedy Is to-day winding up hlr,
training at Abe liennett'a Atlantic Ho
tel, Fair Haven, N. J, His training
quarters nro well nigh Ideal. Located
on the edge of an extensive pine grove,
completely surrounded by roads that
could not be Improved upon for tho
daliy jog a boxer must take, tho camp
Is so arranged that Kennedy has had
every opportunity to get Into tho best
of shape for tho hard battle he will
have on his hands to-morrow.
In spite of the blistering he.it the hlg
New Yorker was hard ut It under 'tw
direction of his new manager, Sammy
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tn nnn until Q P. M.
'W CoturllM t02. Ofitrrictirr
Kelly, when a party of newspaper men
called to see him work. I'crsplratlou
was Honing freely from his massive
frame, but he plugged along Jmt as
though he liked It. Within the last foiv
days ho has fallen below the :V.pounl
mar, wiucn lias hitherto been his bes'
lighting weight, nnd he expects to enter
the ring weighing about 1M. This will
give him n slight Height advantage
over Wells, who will probably weigh
loss than 190.
The most notable Improvement In the
appearance of Kennedy Is the fact that
he now possesses a much more athletic
build than formerly. When he first ap
peared around New York as a profes
sional boxer ho had a decidedly alder-
manic stomach, nnd In various other
ways did not look llko a man who
would develop Into a really flrst-clasj
heavyweight. Under the systematic
training of Simmy Kelly all this hai
chnnged. His stomach Is much less in
evidence now, whllo his shoulders and
arms are visibly much bettor propor
tioned and muscled than ever before.
After a turn around tho tiny gym In
back of t.ie hotel, during which he
tackled the weights, punching bag.
medlclno ball on a ducked schedule ar
ranged by his in ' -ger. Kennody boxed
four sizzling ro.111 li with Jack Denning,
who, by the way, Is getting to be a
pretty big boy himself. Without regard
for tho heat or eacli other's reelings
the pair hammered away recklessly.
Until mado a specialty of Infighting,
and some heavy stomach blows wore
handed out by each. Kennedy nnd his
manager believe that this clam-jaii,"
method of sparring Is what I10 needs
the most, figuring It will harden him
and give him stamlaa to withstand the
stinging wallops they know Wells pos
sesses. Not a great deal of real boxing
was tried by Kennedy, as he feels h.
Is sufficiently prollclent In this depart
ment to take good euro of himself when
he faces tho clever Englishman.
get by vou, you're letting
Hoboken Negro Will Turn
Over Title to Eligible
While Man if He Wins.
NKWfl despatches from the West
Indicate that there Is some pos
sibility of Jack Johnson's appear
ance In the ring In this city ere his "re
tirement" Labor Day. It la stated that
(lie champion now declares he Is per
fectly willing to meet Joe Jeanetto In n
bout here If only to "show up" tho
Btatn Athletic Commission, which ht
dnclares has discriminated against hMi
on account of his color.
For a long time Jcancttc has camped
on the trail nf the champion constantly
trying to get Johnson to agree to 1
meeting. Dan McKetrlck, manager 0?
Jeanelto was so carried away by h!V
enyutslasm over inch a meeting tint
he h ,s announced that Jeanctte will not
only trim "Ilrer Johnson," but will alai
tmmedlntely hand over the title to an
eligible white man, McKetrlck Is not
Inclined to look upon Johnson's alleged
vllll'iltneM to arrange a bout with
Jeanctte In this city seriously.
"It's the same old story," snorted 11.',
Ketilcl: to-day when Informed of John
son's lat"5t announcement. "He doesn't
O.ue fight Jeanctte nnd he knows '
The reason lie says he will fight her li
b cause ho has convinced hlmslf tha.
the box,ng commission would not sail -Hon
tho bout. This would give him c
chance to holler that he had done hU
best to give Jeanatte a try at the tit!,
and that Is all he wants. Johnson Is .
clover negro, but ho overlooks. Inten
tionally of course, the fact that a Par '
club hns made a bona fide offor for
bout In that city guaranteeing John
son tho Jsn.CWO he demands for an ap
pearance. Johnson also realizes thnV
there Is practically no chance of a Ne
York club offering him such a larse
amount for a mere ten round no dec'
slon bout and ho takes advantage o'
this to keep up Ills stall and try and
make folks think lis realty Is willing Ij
take on Jcanettt.
"Johnson is afraid of Jeanette an I
there Is no doubt about It, but this .
not going to save him, because unde
tho Marquis of (Jneenberry rules 1
champion must accept a challenge wh 1
a bona fide offer for a match Is ms.l
and under this rule Jennette will shoril
claim the heavyweight championship t
the world. Then Mr. Johnson will hav?
to fight to get his title back."
Some time ago Commissioner O'Nell
declared that in the Interest of th'
gnme In this f t.ite he would make every
effort to prevent Johnson appearing lh
the ring In New York. This waa whoa
there was some possibility of his being
matched with a White Hopo.
HAMIVlfcKiahlN'M DAILY MAC
I.Itf irtlNI Tti.Uandpun.KiBr, Ms.
uiuuaiii' wnaauomi rata.
and THE TALKING DOC
Ziegfeld Moulin Kouge
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f I 4 .HI-' ' olq .U. Jbf. at BalB. fj
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X, V. THEATHES
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MAY QO DONAUUi At
I'l.AVKlW, TI8IONH U'AUf.
Lon Aditt, Mr. Mb, Mai,
h-iiimt. aui'tnioit VAUUSVILLE.
nr.tlth At. I CHANlIKU MON. a 1UUB.
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