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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912.
IIMSD BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
"p r e asa., i
CROSS OVERPLAYS HIS STALLING ACT.
Copyright. HU, by The Pri Ptibllehlnf Co. (The Nee York World).
START MARQUARD OFF
WITH AN EARLY LEAD
Doyle and Murray Singled in
Timely Fashion in the
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Cross Won From O'Brien Be
cause His Punches Did Dam
age. While the Quaker's Car
ried Little Force.
CsarjttgM. 111 w The r lnt.leWif '.
Ti !w Tort a
LBA'IH CHOHH took everything
Young Philadelphia Jack O'Hrlen
banded to htm at the HI. Nicholas
A. C. tut night and never wa seriously
hurt. Young Jaok. on the, other hand,
Ml In a bad way often. That'a the
tory of rne bout that lammed the rink
from floor to roof. Croat won, of rotiree.
Ttie dancing mailer brand of clevernees
ahown bv the Phlladelphlan looked good
for about four n.uru.a After that
Onea'a punches began to tell and the
aeventeon-year-old boy aenmml almut to
arumple under them at any singe Hli
" aupportera had every reason to ba flad
hat ba ftnlahed aa ba did and without
hitting tha floor.
O'Brlan lacka atamlna right now. He
tiaa everything alaa apead, cleverness,
ajemeness and a wllllnanaaa to fl(ht
When tha going la hotteat but It eaema
Ilka earn" lug him on tha altar of am
Wttou to ataok him agalnat a strong
hard puncher Uke Croaa, even for a
KM guarantee. In another year or ao
Toang Jack will do a lot hotter. He's
fcalhg potntad too high now.
CROSS, never fought more effectively
than, ha did laat night, but If he
had cut out aome of the tricks ha
niptoyed and the mean advantagea he
took at every opportunity ha would be
snore papular to-day. Haveral tlmea he
uaed punch aa that tha average tighter
jroald ba aehamed of. For Inatanoa, that
hammer-Ilka blow ha Inflicted on the
took of O'Brlan'a head and neck looked
una porta manlike from outalde tha rupee,
tut to baaok It aaamed strictly proper.
Pilch punchaa have no place lu the book
f Instruction on nosings fine polnta.
Ta crowd hooted ovary time tha east
alder used them.
' Croea probably does thaae thlnga tn
aytlnollvety and not purpuaely. Once ha
ttlui hla ristita In aiuilitrv Mhan tt,.
arowd hkwed after nearly breaking
O'Brien la two with a foul kidney
TrTE tailing art that laoh raaorted
to may ba considered ring craft
and thus parmlsslblr, but It mtrht
ajao without a wide stretch of Imagina
tion come under tha head of faklam.
Laaeh waa misleading the apactatora In
hla attampt to tool O'Brien In thai third
round. O'Brien had connected with a
left to Leach'a stomach and a right to
(ha Jaw, Both blows were delivered at
too long a range to be very effective,
Oil comparatively few close by knew
that Leach waa overplaying when he
went groggy auddenly. Luckily O'Brien
didn't throw caution to the wind and
rush In. If ha had he might have been
knocked out there and then. Una of
than days soma careless fighter wlU
patl Leach's w.mili a well delivered
pancb and then oy-yol, oy-yol'
a DKTAII.Mi description of the
I " -
f For couPU """" 'J "
tm t u..i. .. .. . .. .... kill-.
i:roi had (JMW In bud way from
-feeavy rlghta to the Jaw, and sharp In
elde body punchea at close quarters
Three of the loop the loop variety to
xne moutn cauaea O Hrlen to spit out
three line white teeth.
Maoy another youngaler mlalht have
lost heart at this, but O'Brien was rlgh:
back ln the fourth. Jabbing his left to
Loach's face and making Mm ml
badly twice In succession with hla right,
Loach connec.ed with his right lo tin
Jaw on the next attempt and o'llrltn
wore sent staggering back. Leach
thought the knockout lime had urrlved.
and be battered the youngaler with any
number of rlghla and lefts ( i Hrlen
looked In bad shape then, but he ur-
prised Loach by fighting back courage-
FROM this ruund on young J.ick he-'
gait to lore hl strength Old Jack
shouted Instructions in ftg brother
Hot to lead hut to feint umI kaap niuv
Ing. Cross for once wa.n t ao poTOilt'
aatly cruel and laoRVsd to be resting up.
The few pUMhOI I"' Ininleil .f ir. thl
boll, huwever, were heavy aiol hurt.
O'Brien became wl'd at tlmea there
after. Ha let punches go from an .i d
angle snd Dlafood by a foot He Jumped
from side to geW of the ring ami aluiost
touched the Moor with a series of ducks,
totting out of range of Loaok'l leada.
Ogojas had to cbaas him like one would
butterfly. HeO I'Mladelphian OOAlld
STANDING OF THE CI.OBS
NATIUNAL Ll.AliL'k. I A.I-.MH t.N UtAOUE
cut. i. Pi i'ic, w i.. iv, ti. w; i ,., I,,,,, n. , pn
Mas Vork Tl 1 lit iiicu.nan 17 M 01, '. lu .la ilan rhlraai M fy .vil
CeJeaari KI Ml trie t Igsall. II M 41 ! sail ton . I.ll . . ileielin l 411 Jtl 4.11
KSttfgk a .is ei-l lln..sli T ol sun Phlla'uola wt li .0.. s. fori 3a : :isl
KQaViiua 47 .tWiB n,.an gf 71 JW llstrelt... M Si .BIS it Louis, tl Jo JJJ
RESULTS OK YESTERDAY'S GAMES
Plttahurgh. 7. New York J
Bseeklys. : st. I ..... 7.
I'in'lr nalt. 11. Iloaton. 9
raisleflilsi 4 CMcafs, l.
GAMEis SCHEDULED FOR TO-1MY
Nee Tork. I Ntw t .r. at .-..
mail el i, .1
.eaas.e ..aaesaS r '.'iVSH ., v flg'l V-i-'l 'Is ' oaejasa' v Mir steal I J ,11V ... ... . , .. ,
UHt O MS rOTIS.&
Indian Thorpe, Man Who Re
fused to Shake Hands With
King George, Here.
Jim Thorpe, tha Carlisle Indian, the
greatest all-around athlete In tha world
by reaaon of hla vlctorlea In the Pen
tathlon and Decathlon In tha O.ymplc
Oamaa at Mtoi'kholm, being MO points
ahead of hla neareat competitor, la back
in thla city.
Thorpe has had many offer to play
big league baaeball, at which he la one
of the bast that ever represented a col
"I am golnar to Boston to take part
In same athletic eventa," aaya Thorpe.
"In the winter I'm going back to Carllala
to finish my atudlea."
Thorpe didn't care to talk much about
his great achievements abroad. He
paaaed up lightly any dlacuaalon as to
why he refused to shake hands with
iii uiAni n innmrn -rLr
N WUKLU Ann Vu I "
King (leorge at the conclusion of the I championship, heat Oconee C, mauley,
hi International meet. Intercollegiate title holder, three up and
"I was tun tired to shake hands," waa 1 '
the reason he gave for not going to see on " al """" PW ln ,h'' annual
the King when he sent for him. , elhliinecwk Hills golf tourney. Hyde
A. W, Hlcharda of Ttah. winner of did a 73 hy hollhK Dili at all polnta.
tha high lump, and V. W. Kelley of That eu.ualle.1 the gol.l medal score of
Orange, Cal.. winner of the 110-metre yeetenlay, msile by Klrkhy. Hyde, at
hurdles, arrived on the same ship that ,ht, played the by. holea curelc.lv. get
brought back Thorp, ting I when h- .hould have had.;, .....ch
Thorpe brought with him hla two , , u ... v.. . .
prise, a marl.le statue, four feet high. w,mW h,v" '''"lhl", h,m ",u"1 ,h"
of Uustavua A.lolph'is, Klven by the rord took TH until the llf-
KJng of Hweden, and a copy sculptured 1 teenth They were ne4tr more thun a
in marble of a viking ahlp, which waa hole apurl. Stanley fullel lo grasp an
preaented. by the "iar of Kuasla. und Is opportunity he .a I on rhe thirteenth,
ornamented will, alar sapp Ires and oawald Klrkby, ICnglewood, beat J.
,.t Vl.lllttl.lM Blitnn. 11. mi II... K ' . . . . '
hardly lift his hands In the eighth. Sev-
,; times he stood still and folded his
,g.ove. over hi. ... pr .iection wnenMu,,,,.k Haltusrol and Hhlnnocock
a. Leach, looking for an uncovered IPOt. I , ' , , K Uur4ook, ,..
I . , , ... . I .
u" ' wmm i
' I I I v . I I r i i I I.lllll 1 I I ' I 11)
i tenth, but did Utile damage.
HK Dundee-Kline bout didn't come
I up to expectations Dundee won
very Iwidlly. Kline's awful" wal-
I op waa useless and the only chance
he got lo land s In the clinches
when h punrtr, liuudee'e stomach
d ribs. At long range Kline didn't
land half a dosen punches throughout
the ten rounds, while Dundee boxed
rings around him.
Phil Cross and Johnny !xre went
through ten rounds In longshoreman
Neither ahowe I a Irace of
science Craal had
and that a alio it all
h. learned something nhn.it boxing. He
slams and slama Without aim or se ti-
blan. e of direction or pt e -sion and
wastes ino-e blows than be lands. Iore
had PhU'l goat all Hie way He als .
had a trial., light that carried the
in .1111 Phil 0701 t IV001 surprise 1
nian In the h ue when It hit him on
thf Ohln and put him down in a heap
In the second round. 1'hll put up the
old ten round finish thai seems go
necessary among it curtain class of
tthters liese days, and the crowd or
button hols mokori roared its approval
That's how many a bout " won these
Ha.. Im.1I. I'olo l.r'Ua. lo-day. 8.4a r.U.
(11. 1.l. ... I'llliulg' lit.. Heal, auj 11 n . ag
Clj a ulfire. 0th A Ul.lg U Ui 11 A. U .
Ilelroit. T See York. 0.
Wa.'.lngion, in I .i.ago. I.
ii .' 4 I l.i.lan.1 4
fallen1 on grvotiiit of lam.
Prillalal,liia Tl SI lamls.
HI as iiiniia
ikMloi. at iici i!
Tia.ii.'. at nt. i hi.
-h mr gar '7 '
SBaW BW. B
UfeRE "WE CROWD WENT WILD.
rt -KteTWiW) Round cross tried to" pulcv
rtS tAMOU& STALL - ftEELlNfe ftRooNO ftfSb LOOKING
PEADV TO DROP . O'BRIEN -JABBED ft EEW TIMES
feUT COT WISE. TO the -flucx N0 KEPT fVAfAf
KIRKBY'S MEDAL SCORE
EQUALLED BY HYDE
Sturges, Thomas, Watson and
Stearns Among Winners in
To-Day's Match Play.
IHprr.d In The Euln World.)
BOUT HAMPTON, U I., Aug. I
There waa a flurry hut no greiit ur-
prlee when James It Hyde, llrooklyn.
lam year runner up In the Meirnnoiltuti
N Kteelnjjr. Maidstone, whom he woe
fully oveiclaseed. 4 up and 3 lo go
Klrkby was 3 up al the turn and 1 ovrt
I's mi the flrel half
K K. StutgeH, Wykagy I. bent U. A
old time Harvard tar. wan able to
. . . la. I .. ,.J .......
keep '"'''" -lu-.e e. ..en .
ntendlly fell back
T. O. Thomas. Shlnnecock 1 1 II I r. beat
If M Master. Yale. 6 up and 3 to go
llnxte'r proved soft after Ills good going
yesterday and speedily collapsed.
There was unusual Interest In the
defcul of A. 1 MollVkln, Shlnnerojk
HUlaV down and I 0 go. by hla club
mate. Philip Carter It was a reguls.r
kid 'match. Kach Is alxlei n years old
and boib have been playing sin v fbey
weie kneehlgh to i WOOdrblMk. Carter
made 18 without one three, ghOWlBI
how "toady he was He simply had a
swarm of Is After the llrst three holes
i Cu ter took the lead an I steadily
i crawled ahead. Although Mcllvalne Is
unknown In the outside world, he has
a local reputitlon with ical gulling tern,
I Borajnont ami gives promise of being
widely prominent sxune day
It C, Watson. WoltbrOOa, heat l. iclen
Tyng, Haltusrol. 4 up and it to o
In lies A Tung. Balluarol, beat B, II.
I Kendall, Oarden City. I up and S to :t 1.
Tj ng and Kendall sehb m plsy fl
I tournaments. J. N Stearns, 3rd. PrlDOO.
1 tun. boat ' M. Tyson. Princeton.
'J up Ihc nine. one was 111 uouui 10 too
vsr end Strarna from the turn ha I
an old assorlment of BfUrai ranging
from 't to 7.
Booond lal Owon Wlnoton, soiner-
set Hills, bent C 1' Mud innalil. No-
ii ..... 7 and f.. II. H Blerna lr . Kngle-
won.t t, i ' a ll etaadlaa lr . Oardaa
tty, 1 up; J. H. y'lnrk. Hhlniiecook
Hills, lient lieorge I' BnOWi Shlnne
cock Hills. 7 anil 6. Q I' I'lxon. MhI I-
I stone, hist ileorge A I'lxon, Mulil
slone. 1 up 19 holes II II Klngeley.
'New York, beat II M Btarna, lOngl
I wood, 1 and ,; Pi Tiffany llldisnlaon.
I Lnki s'onil, bent the Rov. John I, IV
II, Marvin, Matdatono, i up
XnlrO net -i . i. .Mi.ier. iiaituaroi.
i heat t'nlin r1 Carter, New Virk. T. and
I Tn. ..'nil.- Kor, r.aiiusioi. heal C, D.
t'ltygliorti. Malrlstone, 4 ami t Maiiinel
Krerh, New York, beat A. T. llrlce.
elhlnnerook II. .la, I and 1. U It Kip.
IMaldatooo. beat v. tt. BuUar, Malaaorl,
HUnles&!fltlled or Murdered, Cubs
Will Win Flag' Says Chance
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 8. Maniyer Frank Chance of the Cubs Isn't
the least bit worried hecauee of th two defeats handed his charges by the
Phillies. He knows that a road trip Isn't all sunshine, and naturally looks
for a defeat here and there. But what he doea revel ln la' to aee the
(Hants mahlnp1 such a miserable showing on their home grounds, where
aa champions and leaders of the league they have done nothing better
than break even. "Won't It be terrible for the (Hants the next time they
hit the road?" asks the Chicago leader. "This Is my last year In basehall
and 1 am going to wind up my career as a manager by winning the Na
tional League championship. All the Giants ever had was their pitchers,
and they haven't got them now. Unless half the Cubs get In Jail or are
murdered we will win the flag. Washington to me looks like a certain
wluner In the American League race. They are playing far more consistent
ball than Boston, and In Johnson they have one of the greatest pitchers
1n the game. The Red Sox are likely to go to pieces any time, hut there
Is no reaaon why the Senators should not keep up their present pace until
the end of the season."
UP FOR HOME RUN
Brooklyn! Are Doing Whole
Lot Better Than They Did
THE BATTING ORDER.
Brooklyn. St Louis.
liaubert. 1 b.
Hon oar i as.
I hikes. Of,
I tig lei and Flnneran.
P7AeaHINOTON PA UK, RHOOKI.YN,
N. Y., Aug . 'Having won ;wo but of
three clashes with St Uouis. Hrooklyn
has btatf) vastly more successful this
week loM last anL accordingly Col.
Ku.ets crew wore mhjhty cheerful when
they took the field this afternoon for
the concluding game with the Cardl
nala. Fifteen hundred fans Timed out
to see the contest. Ideal baaeball
weaither prevailed Nap Hunker was
aent to the mound for Hrooklyn, with
Miller behind the bat. The HI. Louis
battery was HUH" Sallee and Wlng i
First Inning Hugglns led off with a
t A 'i-hugger to right Magee Miiglrd-over
gi Hind Mnwrey whiffed. Koney
Walked, sending stakes Iii second and
S up. A. I t'hllils, Muitlstone, beat II
II Srmler, Nev. Votk. I ami S. W. J.
Kvans, New York, bent '. W. Iayt"n,
l Anilrewa. 6 aid 4. B, " Stevens.
I New York, beat T O. Conrlon, 8hlnne-
cock Mills, a una m. J n. .iray, u
beat S L,
Parrlsh. Hhliuircock Hills
I'nurth Set-John A Weeks. Nsaeau,
h. at Itear-Ailmlial Hubbard, I'hevy
riiase. 2 anil 1. M llayflen, i'hevy
I'lmse Lent .1 11 OtllOY, Nassau, by
ilef. mil IV 11 Htci. irt. Shlnnecock
Hills, beat K. ! lltllor. Pvkei ItOadoW,
4 anil 3. A. W. Pool, Bomoraal Hills,
lint It. II. laicgc, Shlnnecock Hills. :
and 1. 1. H. Vim lngcii .ShlnneriKk
inns, boat it Ware, Brldjjobainptaa,
I brut J
ll. J Itusseil. Sn.iiiie.-oi-k Hills,
W, Herbert, Sleepy Hollow, 1
W W, Hopping Jr., Itumocr..
best II H.
ti anil I; 1.
heat J. 0,
i aud 4.
Hoadloy, Shlnnecock II" is
lawyer. Shlnnecock Hills,
rarrlah, ablnnecock Hllla.
IN FIRST INNING
filling the base? Evans struck out.
Hotiser out, Daubert to Hucker
Moran filed OtM to cpnti e. Nortben
out, Houaer to Kom-y Smith filed out
to Oakes. NO Itl'NS
Second Inning . Hikes opened this one
with a homer that hit the centrefleld
bleachers. Wingo out, Ciitshaw to
Daubert Sallee out, r-'.-nith to Daubert.
II ic: 11 h out by the a:ne route. OXK
' Hubert slammed a slntt'lo to left.
Wheat en rlftOOd. So did Cutshaw
Peher filed out to right NO Rl'N'S.
Third Inning- Mame doubled to left.
Wowrey sacrificed. Smith to Daubert. I A. c nd the It Si l.oia. A. c. vtiim aiun
Koney fouled out to Miller. Kvano j gg iStS'Jl" S3SS
i.ii).: . pant BH-ontl, MOriim M;ife. aiirml boxing boutii tho tnnly mm! t't- very mi l'
Kyn''" Vm-v"" "eC08d' r'"rln" ! .n!',l-.'i" '''.I ls!
Vde.-ONH HI N. "1, fall Of iiil.T. frnual l'ark mldn't Ua.v
Miller popped to Wlngo. Rucker b?en large enough 10 scr. m:no late I ie Una.
smashed a single to left. Moran out 10 0 f ,, ."'7r boxing cluiaj that
Koney, unassisted. Northen doubled to .tan,,! doing lllolSSII sben the I'ranley law went
right, scoring Huck.-r. giving the fans Into effect pal I'U! s I sat ago Un 'ianlen an,l
- i-.. . . Ika Hi. ik are 11 rSC finally all that aiinlie. True.
'' lire: e.icose mr Jy. c.inee in oppeu
Smith g pop to toe twix atid the runner
was safe, Northen reaching third. Dau
bert tiled out to left. ONI RUN,
Fourth Inning-Houser out. Fisher to
Daubert Oakes nil. Daubert, unasslst
ed. Wlngo out on
Wheat was an easy out. Hugglns to
Konetchy. CtltahaW walked ' Usher
forced I'll shiuv ! i.er went out steal-
Ing second. No Itl'NS.
Miller II . d out 10 centre, nuca
Fanned, blkowao Moran did the whirr
id. No RUN!
Sixth Inning Mowrey blngled to right
There wag a bad bOUfld t" Konetchy's
aronnder Ip Klsher Mowrey reached
tlilnl and the batter roosted 0:1 first
Bvani swung al thi.-e he coulin't hit.
Konoy stole laoond. i looser popped to
Smith. Oakes dropped one n front of
the plate an yvas out NO Rl'N'S.
Northen hit to rlg.il rVnld. Smith aae
rlflood, Dauheit filed out to left. Wheat
fooled out to Wlngo - No Itl'NS.
iwlng to the great success of lust Sun
dsv's offer, another Wood SOW Wilson
lib-lure coupon Hnml for the splendid Phot.,
gravuro Oyll he prlatod 10 next ttunday's
kwswata..-.e . .vrre.ia-.vg aafWaw
Jeanette Opens His
Joe's First Fight Since Claim
ing the Deserted Heavy
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
OE JEANETTF. starts on his cam
paign of cleaning up all the heavy
weights to-morrow night when ha
i kles Hank Griffin at Scranton, Pa.
I Thla will be his first fight since B
i.ih.m the chuoinlon.hin ami be Is
:iieellng a lough proposition in Griffin.
The latter, while unknown here, In a
rugged colored heavyweight who has
.cell making good for the past year.
He has won over Sailor White In three
rounds, Jim Johnson in three rounds
and Con u Kelly In t.'u ee ruunua. In
rfcranton, where Grlttin Is a big favor
ite, they believe Jeanette has pK'ked a
nard nut to stop Inside of aix rounds,
which he baa aareed to do.
Now that Lsach Croaa has dlstjoaed of Young
Jack tl'Hrian. las I'lulslripa.a cracvi, 1st la going
-f a. I . ... in. inrln u.nent BhaSHHOS,
', Tiu Kigbting Uuitiil tlnua- UNVI be la more cu
tltltal to a uiat.h wilii lw UOOIIIM boa than any-
. ... .lb. . r I i. I.. II r:i 11 ,
imea an I Murony all ol ivnom bae SraUausd
WolaWaWsdT siaars if aiTea Jlkfaasl M
inteaa oaasapkaa, ' " ua roi.
' The sliow at the St. KlCbOlOl A. t. ern Itiw
more sine IT liian the laimctu.' OTOSXl atlen.h'ig
tne cant at tne liar. ten A. l'. Monday mgiit.
Kvery incii of ro nu i laaen and many ptmib
- .n-.u..! ii p. i. mi I, me necauie ot Inability
to buy ttokels, I'iM) Isn olfiiw furce. fljure.l that
fine waa $11' Hoo Ul I lie bouse. ill Una auoi
I loaa rti.-ei.sd Ml lr cttlt., or IS.XDCOV, w.ulc
li 'linen a. g.ven a gdgraOtN of ''.OUU.
No atronger watlmoulaj aa to whether New York
,rn,r,Iu., t tiM. aih.wa co irlm tad by Hie uanlui
SSII.a I . , . . .a I. urc.ieii man tin- .ik o. ...
. :i:-.,. . n,,,, ,r,u ,;ui at ill iloinl lorn
are acar. aly of llni.Ttaniie
enough to warran' nollre. TO PUW UIDaOS anil
fh, M. 3l.i o-i nri'llr..- jrw ana 01-188.8.131.52 .or
. i.. ... th. btali olant- of liolll.a
1 , t ie a.iri.ia 01 ine n..ri, mm taw ni
i,i.h linni..n nfuiolrra aunly know bttber
. a - 1,,ay anal Hie Nixing
f gg g ,h, Sbapt of Obe. clean entertiun
: , . .. . . hi
I -JC the arl irfiaoM for a week fmm ilea
I rlav night lnf i.aruen
thl Ugii-n et. It will
rrai Ut( lip(vw4u 1: cjunivil. I'M in it
till hi H-PTI tvln lllo.VV Wt'l ' '.ill' TWI 1M .la.
tnrig bearing aa In Cie future hunter of tne
ehare'ilona llo I rye'uir i. hiji mane aoi-u
a gallant .iloalng again. t lloaihanfler Well., tne
fcsjnldi ehaaipleo, raetoHy, an I Ittiaooal smitii.
win" knnek.d out An,1 Morri.. Ia week, will be
OnnoaCStl In one of the bout, nhile Jee Mil
liard who in. ! a grand itnprcsah 11 by Ihc man
lie- in which ba dffeated tin g.ant Arthur I'elai.
Laa't week and bulher MeCgny, who looktil aa
vi. srhlng aaglnat .Ilm S.ewart, will hi slieraanfa
In the other onntaat.
! r. ', Crwa helinea In jilgpty of wrrrk. for. sa
ba aaia work waki-i the liank acmwit grow. There
waa a time wlien the caat abl.r had en,, ugh money
in the bank to link" John I). Ke'kefrl.er SOflOOJ,
lint is got an Idea ki hU li.ad lUst he kuaw
Ul. .1,?,, II.. man all. Il.-oteied Wall atreet.
much to hla anrrow Leach la now gOgaaaq in
Tlo. tntereatlt.g naatlma of reoleiil.iuiig tne or
nleled roll and Sren tlOU be la Offered a inat li
n nia.ea lata eyas .; arkle, Hla rent gueat for t lie
' "' Jreen Kill be alien be Bat'lSS for Ve cham.
H m. lit ' of tie iwat aide agilnat that bummi 11 .
Voiins Brows, st the HI. Nich .laa lliiik. one er
from WadneiOII night. "Vou may rs.l about
kJanlle'.anha "andel. Haydn and the rest of th.r
- eooeiiiTliT1" ......T-.
MELLOW TONE AND
ITS UNIQUE AND
n. a euao rate uw
Ofift M ft UJT OP CWEH
WX lACM 010 ft UH PF ROOFlHG,
any., tnu far aunr." ... Leech, "lue nuad of
lue fuld outat In my pachit ii th only muau'
Iw aa. ana i rune irs right.
Jim Ntewtrt, who ataa uier Luther XlcCirt?,
th... u:tf iVt.tnu CowpUBcbsr. at till Usnk-n sfOB
Uy nluht. U (hih tAlfly im'Ulml Is hi. hunga
low. ltiannl by htnivlf. at tiisltUm! Lafe.
Niilinai, i aiatr, lui r. Isatiag - ...r let It be
siiortii ttnu thf smbitinn at mi lite Is tn set a
nmt.n with VI Palrr He ti.ia luaalit f -it: .n
hattlea aince latt Aagii.t anil ,.n risbt of them
bv lbs knockout loole, lie haa mat sfsmoay
bat I'alscr. who he tlilnki miui.l tinire eaater to
tiu;i tnan any of lb, m "I'm cuing to take s
taiatlon anlil Setitemlier. bat I'll cut it shnrt "
aaya Stewart. It palier will only aay tha woril'.
Tony Knaa will take Jim rttewart's place again.
Ki.l I .ilton at I'lttahugrli to night. Htewart t.'le
grapiied that he w mkln t I able to fill ihe tngagi
nun after hla bard bout with Luther M.-'arty
All arrangemep.ta hare been made for the twen-
tyMunrl bout hrtwatn Jim RS. the PttrbE
fbtpaa and Charlie Miller of PrUco. wblrh Is
LaUrr FWi Sept. 2.
tormarly Coima, on
The other etentng at the Harden when Freddie
Mbaa entircl Ifea ring aouiebmly alioulcd to Uilly
(illiwin, tbe manager of the chin, sop waa alttmg
eluae to the ropta "llcy, Bjjll Hlrka ha. hia
hair rul Juat like jnu.' (Jib looked toward
Hi ... rOrpsf an I felt lileaaed .;.. be way
not the nnh lereon in the linuar with hla hair
cli,,ied after the faaluon aet at Slog Hing.
The peti'l-m lati by optionenu of boxing In
Lo. Aiigele.. In the tio of bringing tne matter
before the inter, nf the county, has Ven rirjecttd
hy tha Cnunty Clerk, who found Hint many of
the .igncr. w.-re not regialeped votera. Fight .ro
motera now belbie t last there will be no mom
agitation again. t the apofj, and that fajthts i-sn
la coo'luctcd wltlKiut interference from tha author,
The right thought in
your head will insure
the right underwear
on your back.
Coat Shirts-Knee Drawers
Nalnaook nnd ruiicre
Sold by fUKi MriMiailltan Dralars
K AIIN I HANK
BBAL 101 iinx
I OI.MV Al.iisr a I 1 L- l
DAILY MATINEE 'uni'lmN
with Fl LI. KtHlP Hlld. n'uu,,,,Keati.
Itowa.' i.-c& WcltnTalkim-Dog
Frank Morren. Caaa. Ahearn'a Ccaise L'y
ilbU Mat-i..elli A SylTcaler. Car oil a
Fiebl., The It F.rusat.. Kis Shirley. ' ajbrta.
G D tS t ' I A I .ergianta of the t nltid
DrCSx- si.it... Marine C'orpa hare
rbsllrngrd HOI'lllNI to , , . .e our of a
solid leather, eoppsr-rffetisa imnuhm lit
suit, used by them In Cubs,
HlirlilNI ha. accectel the sliofc chal
lenge and will attem;t to rektaas him.ilf
lu full .lew of the audience.
T morrow Night at HauTaTmrttein's
: . oAts iiast 99th and I Mih jir eel
FREE FIREWORKS TuESJAYS md THURSO U .
LiUIlM 'How on fcart
..Ml M.III.M VLKCK
Take lion Htsamboau lo Stawplaahsse t'ara
BKllilUOM UK it'll l'HK.
Tuee.. Thur... rial. A Ms, Nlghla at ai.30.
Admission. ISe. i (Irandatsail. .tlkr.
1 Onselsl ei swu train '' m n B. T from
Motordrotna to Park Row after sch perfonnsnea
! SifcH' fal'l Mat. iic. I lie t'e-siaa l.wrU. u,
Ifj'lriZl "Wei SSKor:
Br.ghlon Beacli I l.lnilan Beckwitn otksrs
1 BAY SAM! KIJI. "rallforala." Joe Jackson.
' llooley A galas. Harts lis Steppers. Col
lege Trio. Mereillth a Bnouier. others.
PALISADES PARKvfAsoth -t
Alril.ni As-eualon Daily. Friaworks To Night
lVuiuVu MUSIv MALL
Bay.. & Norworth
New York. I'lttehiirga.
T'mplrea Owene and Prennar.
POIjO OROI'NTaft. NBW YORK, Auf.
g.-The final game between the Plratas
and the (Hants was played before a
crowd of 12.W. Marquard went to the
mound for the Olnnts and was opposed
by Hendrlx, who beat us the other day.
First Inning. The I'lrates failed to
score In the opening round. Byrne
opened with a single In to centre.
Carey popped out to Fletcher. Donlln
was thrown out by Fletcher and Wag
ner fouled to Hetiog. NO RUNS.
The Olanis took a lead of one run
In their half, and for the first time In
several days they got off with a good
start. Alter Devore had struck out,
Doyle singled and went to second oa
Hyrne threw out Snodgruas. Murray
singled past third, scoring Doyle and
stole second. .Mt rkle walked, hut ln
attempting a double steal Murray was
nailed at third. ONI lU'N.
Second Inning. The Pittshurghs failed
to score In the second. Miller art ruck out.
Wilson tiled to Murray and McCarthy
was thrown out by Fletcher. NO Itl'NS
With one out for the Oiunts, Mevers
hit to the right Hel l wall for two bavs
and Fletcher walked, but Marquard
riled out to Carey. Devore forced out
Fletcher. NO RUNS.
Third Innlng-The Pirates tied the
score ln the th rd when Otbaon, the
His', man ip. hit to deep left centre
for a home rilH. Hendrlx waa thrown
out by Fletc ier Byrne 'H Id to lev.ire
S'i.1 Carey struck out. ON K RUN.
The Olnnts lost a chance In tholr
half and failed to score. Doyle walked,
but Snodgrass forced him out at sec
ond. Utiodgrass then stole second and
went to thinl on a wild pitch. Biit
Murray struck out and Merklo ground
ed out to Hyrne. NO III NS.
Standing of the Clubs
Club. W. L. I L' l Club. W. L. IfJ.
Ho. '. astOT.. : Newark M St .Sun
Toronto... ! 47 ..WIKuffalo 4S B1 .g6rl
Halt nu,. re S3 47 .Mil I'm nlenre. . 411 00 .414
Jaraey City. 5 54 SOS Montreal. .. 43 6.1 .417
Games Srhrdaled foe Te-Dsr.
Toronto at Jersey City.
Buffalo at Newark
Rothrater at Hiltimnre.
Mcntrral St I'ro.i lcr.ce.
JarooSwim TJ Kor lala Eesrrwhare
by One xnoi
AVVAD MAN'H'O CO., Hoboken, .N.J.
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DrtUriunti Mufnsei Wed a .-'at.. 2.10
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BOUGHT AN U PAID fOR
William rnmatv 41 K. of K'way. . I II
tiajUau vgmruy tl fl0 JVoSy. S.15
BUNTY PUU.S THE STRiNdS
sru A VIE
MAIH.TUK &m STOCK CI.
Mat .To I-jt. I'ri. Sat in I'll .Me.
Next Week THK SQl'AW M VS.
CRIThK.ON B31B.fdl' pS
RICHARD CARLE-HATTIE WILLIAMS
THF. GIRL FROM M0NTMARTRE
Ziegf. Id ivioulin Kouge X.T'ft
"AWINSOME WIDOW" i1 ' . : .', , 8
""a sUUaeta Wed. a sat. at Ell
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SATIR0AY NIGHT. AUG. 10,
HASTINGS' BIG SHOW
M MADISON SQU
Talk of the Tuart.
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in OLIVER TWIST
Life M .Hon pi tuna, in a Us
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prsasulsit In i aele-t company of artists
a.n.1 a well irsinsil chorua
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