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Jack Johnson Will Have to Say
"Goodby" to the Heavyweight
Title When the International!
- Boxing Authorities Complete
TOII.A.DEI.riCIA. Oct. 19. Leo
Hourk of itrr outfought Eidle
McGoorty, the famous Oshkoah, wi .
middleweight, In Ave out Of six ro'irid
t the National A. C. and easily car
ried off the honor. MoOooily showed
In hla OMIMI with Harney Wll.lsm .1
few wi'ks BT8 thut he pOSSSSlSd 1 fmd
Itft-hMd puncli, and did v. ! y iiiile with
hir, light tatatpt ulu.k HoUiik fouglit
MeOoorly at hl own gam.-, l.eo iirld
hi- r!i;!it hand hUli and Mocked about
lUty lead, and Jaht'ed OOntlBtiall' wlt.i
hla left to the Me. MoOOort) made hla
h't showing In the third toun I. Thta
w the only session In whlrh he earned
the honoia. Houck lowered hla guard,
and the ishosit knocker-out ahot over
Ina left-hand punch, landing It with
great force on the Jaw, aendlng Ieo a
head through the ropea.
Cop.rH U. 11J If Ths Prsaj PiAHiMbi Co
V Tork Wnrldl.
JACK JOKtiBOX ha agreed to s in
I Australia to Afht Lna-ford aod
t How eta riling'
To-morrow we'll probably hear rhet
Jotineon haa called off hla agreement,
that he won't fo to Australia, but
wlB tr right here In Amerlia and
ft! anybody who want a match for
Day after to-morrow we'll her that
tat bai retired Again, "definitely, poa'
tteely and fo' tho lait time."
In thla way Johnaon will get hit nam
lto ail the nepaperj on three r.e-p-arate
and different daya which Is all
ha wants, anyway. He won't tight
rngf..rl or MoVey or Jaanetta-al-tfcough
tn a'l prutablllty ba coul I oaat
assy on of the three.
If there la nie th'tig In the world
4pa tha "champ (in" djillkra mom t.-.an
Dy other one thin It'a taking a risk
oannected with "hi 1 lie."
St will be a very n-.nl thing for sport
sstiati the alliance between the K.-l-n-tlpn
of French Tinging t'lurw, the Nj-
Kportlng I'livb ot England i,d
American and Australian liuxiug
rihorlrlea la completed. One of the
bjecti of thta alllanoe la to determine
tha legltimit holder! of rli.im-
onahlp titles and to drop thoao who
CU to defend thetr title after relv.
lag raaaonahle challenges. Thli will
but out Johnaon, the Inactive chim
plon, and put in h a filaoe aome nn
AO li mora willing : box than to aide-
SAM M'VEY QUITS
TO LANGFORD AFTER
CLAIMING A FOUL !
Referee Awards Decision to Tar
Baby in Eleventh Round When
Opponent Refuses to Continue.
I'KHTII, Auatralla, Oct. 10. Sam
I.angford, the Hoiston UU baby, wa
given the diclalon over Sum MoVajf to- ',
day In the eleventh limnd ot their flgh; J
here. McVcy In that round claimed a
foul, and when thl wae 111. t allowed I
refuaed to continue. The refcr.e
awarded the declalon to Unngford.
K. O. Brown Lcses
To Matty Baldwin
BOfTOX, Oct 19. In a f.i-' not of
twelve rouadl at the PllaVtltl A. A.
Matty Baldwin, the Charleatown hear
Mtt won tii,. dacltiotl over K. . rtrown
of Sen York. Baldwin'! Mailt hand
wai Injured afler Mv round of the
battling when he waa thriatenlng to
put hli. opponalll auav, and he alowod
up altar that. In the earlier eeMtona
he rocked BlWWB'l head With right
and lefta. Brown hit Baldwin many
timet, but the blowa aeem.'d t 1 lack
In the opening preliminary Tommy
FiatiUan of Cambrldi outboaad Kid
I.e.' of I'helaen In alx round! Tommy
Eoiey 01 s.iuih Boaton aaally won tho
dt ll 11 .e:- Jimmy Qulnlan of Dan
Vtra In their alx-r uud bout un1 Al.
Ready of i'h. :ei beat ad t'y n..dwln.
Swat Milligan's Wiggle StickandMentograph f" Notes ot That Second Game
Saved Second Game of Series for the Giants
. XK of the most Intereatlni; botlng
(Vtnti held here In a long time
will be the I'nlted Rtntca Navy
nplonihlpi In the Harden next Mnn-
night. Only once bi fore haa there
a big fleet champlonahlp. That
waa held In 1-oe Anaelea In 1WW, during
tha crulae around the world made by
tha Atlantic aquadron of tha American
navy Jim Jeffries referred the bout.
Bofore that time the nearent thing to
a fea y champlonahlp was 1n the tourna
ment held between men of the Ameri
ca and the English warahlpa at tilbrul
tat. Two of the navy chatnpion who
wBl box Monday night won from tho
BMIlah In that tournament, Rchln
btarg and Ualvln. The lighter men were
The pe'.ty offlcer of the fleet In
rharge of arranging the programme say
that they could easily dispose of .5.000
tlekota among the crew of the war
ahlpa. The arena seats only U..U00
Hantoaaburg, who because of his long
career a a champion, is quite a pttvll-
chararter In the navy, Is arratig-
the list of Invitations thut will be
at to the officers, from the admirals
It Is expected that many of
will be present, a they always
the seals of honor during the
slier tournaments h. 1,1 aboard ship.
aevywelght, mlddJeweilM, light
weight and featherweight champlun
ahdp will ha iMiilcsted. and t tie wlnnera
rill receive champlonahlp belts.
The heavyweights are Phil Brhloss
burg iti the New Hampshire and Tim
l0ran of the Connecticut. Bchloaabin g
haa held the navy championship foi
aeeen or eight year, and outside of
the naty haa f ought and def. uti-d Tony
Capon!, mil MeXlnnon und many other
auod men. lie Is remarkably fast and
clever for a heavyweight, a. id lias the
pupch of a Ketehel. I've sem him In
aereral of hla navy battlen. a il lie has
a ttgiiiintt atyl anmetvlut like thai of
Tommy Ityan Tim Ian will Live
tiim a rloaa ihave for that belt, for
leigan has alao done some great fight
ing tn ah. ue battlea. After knocking
out half a doxen good men In Phila
delphia ha waa put uga.tnt Luther Mr.
Carty. Luther dropped Mm hard with
a right hook In the mat round (hla only
knockdown tn a flght). Ionian took
eight seconds, then rose and fought too
to toe with McCarty until the end of
the elxth round.
Jimmy Ulavln (New HaaaaaklM) and
Tommy Ti-aguc (Mleabjaa) are the mid.
dlewetgiits. Qlavla haa been champion
of the navy for Ave years, lie's a
husky, rugged specimen und a scrapper.
I've seen him In half a doaea Ughta,
VeatTU Is called "The Ketl hel of ti e
Navy" by his mates. H has won a
number of battlea aboard and aabora.
The llghtwelghte are Kllly Ijlievlii, of
the Florida and Andy King of the Ar
kanaaa. Hhev'ln is u ringer for his
great football playing namesake of Tale.
He hag beam champion of the navy for
eight ytgas, undefeated.
Four eatherwelghta will fight for the
Ut)) Jackie Kane of the Hancock Is
reaognlxed as champion at present, but
te'll have to prove hla right against Joe
Kunera of the North Dakota, while
Bobb... Hubon and Je k Albrlfht (Nee
Haatpahlre and Hancock respectively)
will go through the othor eeml-flnal.
Dadalons Hie alwayi flven aboard
hip. Jui how the navy men will r.
raage fur t ti las aabora Is not yet ex
plained. Put undoubtedly four cham
pion will be wearing bell on Tuesday
Uiornlug. Perhaps the Uardrn will be
but In commission a a training hlp or
Secret Instrument of "Peerless Hitter"
In Pitcher's Box "Caught" Pitcher
Hall's Thoughts on the Herzog High
Foul and Sticky Preparation on the
Ball Made It Wiggle Like a Worm
Out of Catcher Carrigan's Hands
When It Came Down, i
BY SWAT M1LLIGAN.
(The Peerless Hitter of tha Poison Oaka.)
Boston, Ot. 10.
ELI,. I'm glad to 1ell you fans In New York that m and McOras ha at
laat got things workin' right. It took a long tune fur m to rt my
schemes Into their IsBAda, Init the player I gettln' round to m way uf
think In' now and aomethln' ol Impor
tance la euro to happen b'tors we
leave t litis town, where they sir a baje
hit la "rlppln" Instead of a "asfll wal
lop" For two days I had my sacra) lervlce
man out coutin', and Taeaaw night
one of em come In und tlppst me off
to the Informatloii that I wanted, lis
V.'a ' S 7i,yy worm. My old eleuth told tn. end Mc
w laslii I w. I ,1..... K c..lnn could Itand for
no bin' that would aqulrni In Ills hind
That waa all I wanted to know, a,id
ma and M'-Oraw laid our plans ac
Cordln', 1 had to work 90 Mcret and
yule! like that we didn't Ket no chsn
. tja-CTt, . -.Tasm ! I" show nuytiiing umn ngni
V-alWe . ,. Q.CC I lnnin'. and. If you rccojlrcl. that In Hi
3V " r 'AlfJFj, """i' v.lilch the (llnnis lore down
yv,ffeli'.el '""naer I ,he Il8( S(JK 1)a(j aIl,t .teppat out In
The play that saved 'he gam for
he (Hants waa when Carrtian got
llerxog'a foul ball In his band and
then dropped 4t. That may have seemed Ilk an accident, but It wasn't no such
thing. Jt was a part of our plan.
"Then Collins, the left-hander, was knocked out of the baox by Hel Murray
and Hull wai suit In 1o t ike lu Stale. I disguised II I J Ml f like a policeman and
slipiied down to Join McOfaW Prom liohlnd tho heneh my secret wrvlce men
lipped a bundle ihat is worth a lot of -money. In it was my famous rubber
Pin h bat and wh it w. caj th,. noted "wlugle stick " We was dspssdhl' on tr,e
"iKHle stick 10 carry ,ul our plan.
E..u lo Ltam H hai Pitcher a I Thinks.
KniiiV Hie BlrW l hfttj lUBfajHti my lauions secret lnntrnuii known
at Um nienli.iTuiih under the rnhhor plate of the pitchers' box, Thin In
strumcnt Is a secret, hut I don't mfuil tellln' 7011 It Is an Iniproiturnt orer
the tllelBsTraiili, lirrause I ran ael at the other end of the wire aud tell what
Hie pitcher la Ihinkln' about. Now, Hall It a free thinker, ami I was raj,,
to ketch his think I tie In a minute. We didn't frit to the wire quick enough
to And out Ihat Merkle was train' tn foul ont to Carrlfrnn, but when Hering
rante up I knowed right off that Hall was iroln' to make him lift a hla:h foul
near the arand stand. Kememherln' arrlsran's he In afraid of eels, worms
and things Ihat wlavle, I aire MrCraw the signal, and he slipped Henog
the famous wiggle stick. This Is so constructed that by pressing a little
button on the side a secret preparation ran he made to exude from the
pores of the stick which rovers the ball and makes It feel Just like It was
fall of wiggle tails.
Th" movement In sllpnln' Mcrzog the bat was so furtlv thnt none of the fana
or the Beaton players nen the shift, night then I knowrd we had 'em. Just
wnen Hall turned loose the ball t hat was to be fooled otf HerSoSJ pressed the
button. Hure enough the ball went straight up In tho air and crime d.wn In
Carrlgan's outstretched hand. You ought to have seen tho look on hi face
when that ball begun to wiggle In his hand.
"Snake"' yelled Mcflraw, which was part of tho scheme, and Carrlgan
dropped that ball like he waa scared to death. He was nfra d to plclt 1t up for
a whole minute. Whin ho did git hold of It and thnow l back to Hall, tho
pitcher fait such a terrible atsulrmln' In his hand that he threw an eajiy cne
right over the middle of the plate. Just In the nick of time Herzog bad
saltohed to my famous rubtier pinch stick and fiwtled that hall ngalnet the
top of the left field fence and scored them two runs that put the (Hants In the
lead If we hail been playln' on the Polo Orminda, like 1 had figured hi ad
vance, that Walton would have been a home run and the old game would have
eon put on Ice light then and there.
The boys played a inlKlity SWet game after me end Mcflraw got 'em started
and they la denervln' of everything nice that 1 enld about them,
Carrigcn Become Scared and Dr pped the Ball.
The one thing that CfOSeed us was when Speaker hit that one in the tenth
and tied up the ram. As Mcdraw was uslri' nil hla players, I had to call In
Harry ttpnrrnw and C aarlle I'lynn to holp me out. We had arranged the patent
bad been trsllln' Catcher arriisn of j runner curta il, so tnat It would arop noivn in rront or me tow ienc in ctntre
tha Ited Hox until he found out that he When the elring waa pulled. The Idea was to drop It when a Olant hit the
was mighty nervou and waa scared '" '"' ' so that It would bounce away for a home run. Bparrow cot hold of the
deuth of eels wiggle tall sua rat !. ' e am! fonet who waa at the bet. Aa a result he pulled It for Speaker In
stead of us and thut lall Jumped all over the outfield.
That's twloe now that I've been doiible-ornased on the rubber mat scheme
and 1 may have to give It up 'cause I can't get nobody wise enough to work it.
I would have used one of my secret servV men, but they was out In the 1
acatra Bald bleachers lcwikin" after another scheme that Incidentally saved the
fame In the tenth lnnin'. When ) wIh came up I wanted hlen to hit the ball !
on the ground tn front of the fence Instead of pultin' It over for a home run.
My secret servl l at a s'gn from me planted a lodestone 1n the e-lge of the
i.-rass right next to the fi nee. I give M itty the tip and slipped him a putent
mder to put on Mis ball that would marto the loadatotie attract It. Cotise-
auenty When laOWtl hit the ball It Started over the fence, but all of a euddon j
the powder rpled the lodestone In the grass and the ball ducked down like 1
wild dib'k srMrttB1 Into the decoys.
The ball wa stopped at a two-bagger and that saved the game.
lon't worry now, for everything is wirkln' mooth and me and M, Craw
Banes, Oet It,
Its fsm heii 11, f if iti. esathn saeaM
ratv the postN,sfin.Ti' ..f to .!', gum ths' It
w;il -mllr li,-l. tile s..x. a it sill (. llirlr
I'lt'hing staff a easd CSeaee t.i r-ourr frem .,
tetdar 1 benbsfasjeat. Alsp he, fiunrr tti
1 ittger th neat t bat J.ie I irru U-tarrn lamia
ttie Iwnter lir'll piles the nett liine be works.
M " scslll p-oiel faSl Iw is tmbahlv thf ncm-
srssuc .f th nairai reBtfel .f an uii.-'ier in taf
liistory of I he rani. Mr 0MS I s'low a .Inflr paaa
1 and dnrina it, rnt'rf run onlv i-itchl 12s saisi
I to tli trtj I. all, ler lb lh-r- men BSSS
kel for tlir lionie team. Tn mt hall, l.vat
Mattv tlires- saa in the first tnninc. stien ill rnt
up 2.. wall in the final anmnf hp dl 1 hla bent,
retiring ilia ,(n-n!a on three pito-wd balls.
It was a Terr nn'.treaMp thins how often the
SstSSte 'n tMe.h ai.lra aimel at the first ball
ttehet, No leas taas twenty-three men 1. ..-1
mit the Initial hall U s un Mattr and Merkle
a, -re the .ml, plsier, on etlker side to be retlrel
en three iiltrhad lalla.
Is FlHcher Jflns lo penre ttie "MnrrsT" of
Ibis aerie,? fie nss walkel 1111 to Die pla'e
-iit lira so far ami haa yrt 1,1 malie ht, first
Charlie rterrof. :hs (llan'a talfi beSSSSsa, (a
the hen of tlie series so far. ha.tn ms.le Mm hlu
In eight limta ISP to bat ,as-ertage 1 .aaB :
Murray of the iart stI Ibvoer of the lie 1 - ;
are tiet in line with a pereermc" ..f .oo 1
.a-.ln isn t-i hat ;stc. time, wnd a.a le I ..1- b a. j
Ti e IHsjHS hare eatidt 1 be It'Wnna by a wide 1
margin, the tally Ivlns 1'Stl saalal I'lio ,T 1 1
IUhi..ii hare leli Miearftil lar.-r' . hi-anse (
ihlr suissnVsr lis! tag, their atsrats tios ST
to ,MI l"r Hie llisnt. fielding l.aa been IBS 1
(ilanta arrst seakreaa all
Tbe 0 lasts hare mad nlnctern lilts to BBSB
teen for Hwton; the Sot hare nulalusfM r'i
New Ynrker. Ihongli, t lie ensst Wlnil five
diMihle, and three tmJts tir lv.'.t"n sod seat
doubles snd three -1. ! , for t'le Mctlrawllei.
Ban .Tohnein. Trealdent of the Ame-tan
I., 'i tiiinka the Ket SH wiU mak a clean
ewe , of the series. N B.- He ss;a t)a sanw
llir alav.it erery Ameri, an I.eagnr ssina:it win
8,eaker snd 81801 nesrlr earn to blowa. th
fnnmr sllesinx (list oa hia triple in the Irntn
intiliin. ewsrs lie! tlie ix-ere, the New York tliinl
twaeman gate him .lie alKinMcr sn 1 uiade tt u I
f, r lilr.i tn s-ere.
PENN COACHES DISPLEASED
BY SHOWING WITH URSINUS.
PniT-APELPH! A, Pt.. Oct. 10 AJrhomh
I'rnn I I n ,14 t 0. t. cutw h wr
Ml lt'tKW' -T plMBBk-1 with 1ht ihOsVlnf IXlaVlf 1T
iet Q'lAkfr. Whi there wu no fault to fltkl
iMth the l-ltvinz of lh (.rkfit-lJ. 4h lint did not
1 tfhow tn irry ri ituntiflt. T1m ftw tint
Hi1 t'nlnua yua.-tvrlairk Imip -gH thmisffh th
I CMtft Of tt UM fol l:sUltil sttri' ii ; . i
I I'mri hi 1 the baU tli iikrn did oot n.tr holt at
h: u wtvt nptciMl nf t'twiu.
Thtlr tfonhl re-niful u- be tht thr did not
, fol'ow up thfir f'twt qtttrft, In kbt finit quarlr
'tho plurV Irs mw i(trrfttion itlthttool the
j g.i-iktr eat tar., k tui iiHd fiem to no tv.v.f. hut in
tli deraiid lVnn t not (o he tWnird. tad ihortlf
fttrr the tTiod hern JtnirdH toored oa a forwarl
taa. Mind ktrketl rhe goat.
llrre t'nrinut aaetntet to tken. an1 dnrln the
a" and third - -.-1- t.'-e? RrJ and H team
v.. red at will. In the fourth period Vcrh Rm;th
. in nearlv all nf th enhatltutea. and th
Pfnn had TraeiMieinn of trw hall pmitIt all m ttoif
thmuh'ut Ula q-urter iwh were.ahle t irort. ,
DrUroll Dc-feut Walter Mnhr.
Youof Triaroli had thf Vetttr f ftlttl M.shr
in ttte wind tip of ten roiinda at tit Royale A 0,
nf Jtri-kl n. WIUnI J'nea wan to have fmiaht
Ihriaroll, tmt injurol hit arm in a bout with J
4a-k Whlre uf "il'afn Tut-Mav -:tT at the N.w '
Htar A. (., ao Mnhr waa ,.-', t,.,1 Mlu
math a food atiowina fur rottf imU, Ml MM
in and fritin t! Mil MOM tn the finWi lr
Nil htvl Uif Wtter a the mlllina. In th- u'Vr
tvtt tt" -r"iiTed ho'iti Sttldier BariTi!i and Hatftl
lirrU fi uirht a draw and n A udfraun taMM
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