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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1M2
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WRITING UP THE BIG SERIES
SALE OF RESERVED
SEATS FOR WORLD'S
Q kU M N
SERIES ON MONDAY
oxing Commission Is Consid
ering Leach Cross's Appeal
MMM MS, V Th Pm. PtiMi.hlsi r
'Tha Naw Yor WatMl
HIK Hint Atltlaii.' Ci,mniiain i.
conl(lfrln the possibility of r-lnatalln-
lrf-arh tross. urhl.
aVolda circulating a poittten. haa ap
paared bnfore t)t nmmlaalnn and hum.
fir bjr.M Ita pardon for nainr. ttaa for-
"aidnrr punch." Laach wmiM
to ba ralraasd from hta suspension
Ihna to ttox at tha last shew (o
or the St Nlcholaa A C. In tha
promt quartara. Thla ta whsr
ue6 (ho kidney punch anil cam
Aindar the frown of tha oornmlsslonsra.
4s'a vary anxious to box acaln In tha
a a ring and ahow avarybodv that (If
Saarajatfulniss la going to ooat him a
prhol lot of money li nan rmmrir
ol of tha rnlea of boxing aa wall as
"iasaort haa worried off Ar pound,"
attained MuMabon. "Ila'g only baan
ata tMrty dmya. If ha'a kpt out Dhrs
anantba he'll ba a shadow. Think of
fat tha money hn lan't getting!"
OTJItRWrT la raportod "Impror-
lag " ffa hard to kill off the
llgtrtpra. even whan thsy v bean out
0t tha ring a Ions tltna. Borne of tha
gwaple who are afraid of athlatlc work
naa rhcy hav heard of the atn-
hearf and ottti-r things artr1Tuted
A "OTar-cercie." would do well to
k tha raoorda o'er and aa what be
Ma of the old-aim athletes and flght-
tat A" rule, " 'v r" ""h
awhalebonr, alwaya ready to glv the
old gantleman with the aartti a hard
rum for It. Bran collar oarsmen, who
CO tarourk) 00a of tha hardeat atralna
In athletic work when mar
four-mil race. My longer, on aa
than tha unathlotl ettiarnt
af th same ooilegea Carefully coliect
0t statistics pror 111 truth of this
BAT rAFKE'fl excuse ttrnt
'didn't box Mautell beou
hurt his liana g.ttlM out of his !
aata at tha club door ' la ona or tna
axoat original on record. Moat of tha
fcoxsrs who want to "run out" of
MMatcbaa get their alibi rssdy st lasat a
lay or two In artvince. 1 suppose now
(feat papka has set the fashion, some of
h othsra will stub their toes while
Uaxbtng Into tho ling, and so call t
tkalr bouta after getting a good look at
hat they are up agalnat.
Wolgaat haa a tflck of wanting more
nay at the last moment wnen
he'a up agalnat a
match that la
too bard for hint. Ills
a found that M cl'arland actually th
esant bualnexa, last time, waa a moilest
PJtt over the flgurea he had elgned i
Wolgast knew that would alafger
(ha promoter If It hadn't he would
aav broken h'.a arm at the last mo
(Mat. He's dun that two or thre
time, with stcParland In tho offing.
f ATT WlEIiUJ, who loat to Mcha-
gan. the Australian lightweight,
In Knglarnl a couple of week"
OBO. U out with anulher challenge.
Mat'. ' way of expressing Ml wlali It
llpjomatlr. Flnt he dtlcTlbca Mehegan
as ths greatest ItghtwsUht he's svsr
teen, by far; oh, much greater than any
tther man Wells ever fought. (Wonder
ow Matt forgot MnrHrland In that
Harden bout?) After dilating upon
iMtaasn's flkhilng ability, telling how
afehegan ImpreHned In aa a marvsl
toualy clever hoxer, and the hurdaat
Sitting lightweight the worl"! sver gaped
St. Matt modestly cuneiudea: "Hut I feel
that I sm n better man myself and
that I'll defeat him surely If we meet
Vary modest: Ile a the ;roatast nan
ti the world, wonderful, liiromparntile,
ar g,bovc eveiytulng viae on earth (only
tf Sours I'M better).
W didn't know Matt had It In htm.
HANK Kl.AUH has been taken up I
) Dy prince or a baron or some-
M thing or other of that aort. In
rafts Tha titled gent enjoy, going
Shout with squ.ir. -JaWM Klaus at hit i
lassJa. like a w.tihfnl bulldog. Al.oj
Off Mnaatlon of Billing at a table and .
Msf Klaua rleour uleukB and chops .
with an appetlt ahurpened In the train- ;
gg quarters Is a novelty for the'
rrwekmsn. They cull Klaua "The Ter-1
i Mble. Fearsomo American ' over la
' L , ., , . . , ..
, Kris But they've taken a great shine
I ia him, v.F though he did beat -i -1
, Sautter, tha "Idol of all France."
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"' I -T J '!' - c"' QKOuNt ( AMO'ewT y life 1
aSu?af Milligan Lends
Giants Base Stealing Bat
Red Sox Will Be Helpless
Peerless Hitter Presses Button
on Side and Makes Catch
ers Throw Wild.
BV BOZRMAK BVI.GF.B.
AOJENTLK whisper rn frwat Mini
gan'a ear awoke tha l'eerleaa
UlM.r or PnUmi IKL4 thla
) JiMrnlng. and heforc drenrlng he hur
hc , tidly sent for two of l1a truated s'crt
h 1 servlc men. It 1- well known that
mw MfW allow, anyon.. to
wiln, him by knock1n on fh door or
rinsing a bussnr. Those things tnnd to
dlatrsct his mtnd from the heavy pnh
lema that are weighting him down in
cident to 4ila covering the World a Knrlos
for The Kvenliur Wor'U. Th Inetru
Tnaat uar1 tn awake Mm la something
11k a dlrtagraiih. Ita worklnsa will
t'e brought out more nilnutWy during
th rla, aerlea.
The awakening of Mwet suddenly was
due to the arrival of Whttav Whtpsaw,
'the star ptthrr of the Nettl Ilashoa.
who lias corns to Ntw York to aaalst
leas Hitter In reporting the
I'aptaln Lurry lioyle, of th
had seen Wlrlpeaw first, and
after a bitef conference they were very
anxious to ihave MUtsfha loin them st
th l'olo (iiountls. A mattaf of gras
lmieirtanri was to be settled.
"lad you brlnjt It "" asked Mwat when
ona of the Moral sen Ire men reported.
"It Is here," was th respotfu reply,
"srul Mr. Whlpsaw resdy "
In a cioeefl rnh Mlillgan atarted fir
tha l'olo i. ..tiiida I in .11 ji I nl y Arriving
there a cordon of aeert aervlee MM
I were thrown ariund the iwrk w u to
i preeerve the utmost seiTecy.
, I'pon reii'hlng the field Hwst snd the
1 Giants he' I a short e,nferenoe. It was
evident tlmt the Ka'tlonal Inagua Cham
I plotia were anxious to alart.
"1'ha lesson to-dav." Hwt told tlieim,
' "will lie In luise tanHtat, I didn't want
,to Inlrnduce this Juet yet, hut ust'uptaln
I0)1e thinks 1t necessary wa will hagln
' at once."
I With great care the iriuatrlous hitter
removed the seelskln oivertng from a
I highly polNhcd hat. This etli-k looked
lllu- any Pt hay hat from a distance. A
oluse observer would lutv seen, how
i ver. tttat "n one Hide of It wua a itmail
1 ruby set about elx . r.e from th
It us Uie pUfpQM of Swat to demon
strate how a biiir could he MolM at
any time the neiiesslty called for It.
"Frankly." said Mathewooii. "I don't
believe it can he done."
Mlillgan gve him a pleasant but
"m"hat eundescendlng smIU-. To he
K "" ' '"" ' " Tosresu U
t hs. listen rnriris.r utitl i ..1 ( h. tt d , . Imi m
"Whv, I can throw Teareau out with
my wtt Imnd." aald Chief Meyers, who
wan led something harder.
"We ahull ere.' smiled Hwat
Tesrcau waa put on the base and
vYWtey Whlpaaw went to tho box. On
th.. nr.. i. II, .!... k. -. 1 1 'P. a.-....., ...... I . ...
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to Ke, .mil .ml M.-yei .throw WM 10
wl)i, Ui, h() kepl Boln- ,(
chief was seen to rub his eyes. Onu
latter another the slowor runners .f (i.e
tried otlt and every una of
mem "line witn i ,iiiBrt.iv.. raie. wi.1i
Meisa bllnkei Ills eyes atraiiye
Aw Kill' AN l.KAtitT.
ll' ,ii.. lai 4H
vt'aah't. ii. mi on
..V..T' Hotrilt . .
in i, j
hl-aii. 7.1 Jil r.r, , Vuik
llerelauu. 1 Kt. UnSa.
i : ,1 Si IKllliilt. B.
W.shti.ut.,11 at New Yotk.
lloatou at I" 1, .I.
QUaaja at bairuit.
1'teiBl.nil at bl IxiiUa.
tnuat tm understood, however, tliat
Mlllagan waa ut tha bat and gave them
the signs) when to start. The Ohlef
was so discouraged that hs began 0
fear aocnethlng was the matter with hie
"Don't lothr about that," aald 8wnt,
"I am making you throw wild and any
attr on your team can do tile same
thing try ths aid of this hat. I'll make
It plainer." MHMgan thereupon rnaohed
In bis ponkst and stuck something in
ths and of ths tt
Rulie Marquard was th next starter,
flwat gave Mm the slgnn.1 to go Juet as
he swung at the first mill As Mnilgun
draw i-ii'ii tho nonderful it he
eeen t lri'aa the ruiy set In the elite.
Instantly u alat In i! aide of ihe but
opened and a UIT of tine white powder
struck the Chief squarely In the eye.
He rhrew the Wll to th cetro fleld
Hunt M'ir m . iad ued his famous
hase stealing list. The powder wlhlch
Hwst had lust chargiil can lie m.i.lo In
visible iinil the) catcher never knows
what ItrHm him In the eyea until the
game la over. Thla bad. will ho used
against the Ked Box If necessity de
Hrst tlaec Anna I'atrlcla. Lo
dona, Tro)an Belle.
Heeond Ua e felmoki MoUMi Prints
Third RtWa - Knarte Hill, Tiinra
ChaP, .'. H. Itolilnann.
Fourth Kuen T. M. Clreen, Star
Plfth Ilace l'alruihe. IMIant. dajl
rllxth Rare IMy I'Vllow. Kffendl.
Fust R.ieo lr lienrah. Hreak. i
lli.i. Kind Hlr.
Kinonil llace- -No seh'Ctloiia.
Third Raoe One.-k entry, Sir
ToNn Johnon, Kahore.
Fourth Haca Wllaon entry, La'i',
Flflh Race dniarlouB. Ollff Kdg. ,
Hilh KtjOt Jsequcllnn, Fied Mill
with a bosom that slides over the trouser band
instead of bulging out of
What's the Use of Eleven Men
When Jim Thorpe's on the Job?
In paat football aaaaoaa It waa considered nothing wonderful U a
team want through Ita schedule without letting a alngle opponent
aeore, bnt thla year If any alT perform this (aa it will a remark
Indeed, ho far Fennaylranla and xtarrard ar tha only big collage
teams that have held their adrersarlea aooralesa, bat It must ba ram em -bared
the aason la still yoaag, th formsr having played only two gams
np to data and tha latter ana. Both Tale and lb Tiger hare bee
acorei" on already, while practically all th other taaana bar had
points against them. It la atlll too early to tall whether or not tha
"aw rulea hav Improved th ram. Xa fast, tha rsnita have bean so
complicated that hardly any two gemea hare beam alia. Tha acorss of
yeeterdaya gwmea. th laat midweek battlaa of th seaaon, bronchi
abont many anrpHaea. The faatnr of tha day waa tha great all
aronnd work of th Olymplo hero, Indian Jim Thorn. Ma a cored
three touohdo wn and kicked seven goals for Carlisle la th gams
agalnat TUla Mora, and at that ha didn't fmlah tha Brat half. Venn
haa no trouble beating rrnTklla and Marshall SS to Oi Dartmouth was
sco rod agalaat by Morwloh, th acore being 41 to , and Bntgvrs
oroaaed th Princeton goal Una, th eoore being 41 to 9.
Over Egan in
Clever Chicago Lightweight
Toys With Opponent Be
fore Landing Final Punch.
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
"K BRITTON. the fust snd clever
Chicago lightweight, won another
easy victory in the main bout at the
St. Nicholas A. C, ahow, putting Joe
Tsjan away In th fourth round with a
Jtralirlit left hand Jab In the mouth.
Tgaii, substituting for I'sl Moore, who
sen: word that he was sick, was no
match for llrltton, the latter landing
Jit will before knocking him out. Egan
was, cared lo death when he got Into
i'ie ring, and his failure to acore took
all the nerve out of him. nil was prac
tical out In ihe third round, but the
bell saved him
In the em!-flnal, Johnny Lore, the
promising went aide lightweight, gave
Knock. hi. Htown such a terrific battle
that he hul to flrlst at top speed In
irder to get an even break. Lore sur
prised the spectators by ihe great show
ing he made and he received a great
oration when he lefit the ring. Lore
xhowod he wasn't afraid of Urown, as
he kept right after him, a nappe.!
,punches and alao drove In many right
hand swing that shook htm up.
In the other ten-round go Young
i)'Lcar had a shade ths hi tter of Jem
Brittet sn I Knorkoit BsDM -ft irnsd to S'rat
fard. uM., t , .lay il..r the. trill riwume trslniT.j
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Rea Sox Advice
riirLA7i:i.rinA, Oct. S-An Innova
tion In big league baseball was sprung
when the Rod Sox hurried here from
their series In Washington und prac
ticed with the Athlatlc at Mhlb I "ark
for two hours behind closed gates to
tune up for their MfiM with the tlianta.
Hatting, fielding and base running con
stituted tha workout, and then the Box
went Into a long nowpow with the
Athletic plavera, who bad watched tha
practice from their bench.
Harry Iiavls, who had a season of
fhrlUa while trying to get the Napa to
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Prevlio ILcks of Detroit la the twwlTw-niuud bnui
at the Pilgrim A. 1. In an easy aunnar. Whlls
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which tickets for the big series will bu
To-day the offices of the fiiaats, ac
cording to acrstarr Joseph O. O' Brian,
were clear of such letters. Mr.
O'Hrlen udiullte.l there had becti tho':
sunds of Mich mlsnlves but he Inrtsted
thnt all had been cleared up one tray
or another- The most common method
was to tuall Lack tho che.'ks with a
note Mying that tlie dl!:isul of tick
ets Ml In the hands of the National
At the ortlre of the National Commis
sion' Secretary Heyuier of the National
League was entirely l.uriVd by the
flood of applications. Tho only thing
he could d-' was announce fiat the only
reserved scats would he plnced on Bale
on a date to be announced through the
fonfldentlallv the Evening World
learned that his salo will take plan at
the Polo Orounda next Monday. The
reason for holding thla sale, It Mini,
ki to foil the ticket speculators, by giv
ing them as little time as possible to
dispose of tickets beforo the grea:
tlulf at State Uland Tu-Mtirrow.
Alllie'ltfh nit;, of the : li:,i; weeks aip
Htstrn ls'.d gif.r arem aaabls to s.oid s oeo
hlct wi t It :lw Noiu I'lsiiilry Club. The ansusj
Htotea tsland rhampienshli. tutmismeut will bs
il t.'.ui'irmw ami .Saturday of tMa wh anil
Heads! -f aext, Thi. tn.ib.Mi v wmdios op ea
Moo. lav la .11.1- to Um' ilao ln.liisuratd Last 7. if
at ItK-limon,; Cntntv. u-li rasa tietng that It 1.
i-aaiiT for l.'i.lnea tucn in get sway for two days
ilisn for three. Ktcept f.-r the two astataurs sme
pen l.i resell trie rirelaif atm. all win be
aliie t.t rt'tarn to lionraa 0-1 Menaay.
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