THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
r 0 "ft.TouCME I-ft basis.." y
Hurry Call for Foster Sanford
Proves That Yale Eleven
Needs Much Improvement.
M 11?. hf The I'reea I'nhllirilog no.
The New Yors World).
WW tin' ifnimf f isniveraaJberi rum
essssssss BSSB n a I -
One thins l Mr
make Horn remark
in her pa,y In the
Tal will have to
hort time remaining V he hope to
Tal ha bran playing without bar
uaual anaui for two wee. That ana
fha oautie of tha Imrry call aant out to
the graduate coaches. That i why
roatcr Banford wus sent for. Han ford
was a marvel In his time i raok foot
kail player and a great athlete. Weigh
Ins ovar 200 pounds, ha coirkl run a
iraartar inn.- In fifty seconds. Ha ran,
not with tha aa.v lope of uha natural
iwnmr, but by .lnvm hla bulk ahead
through ahaar powar and effort.
In every way Han ford la -mtlerilM
of nerve energy and livafr determina
tion. II)' If known lha roughest man
that aver iioavdhod a football squeal Ha
la aim aa quirk and aa powrrful and al
rough and enduring aa In hla football
iters Ha doesn't aland In hind tha Una
and advise In a aoft. aamaal voice. On
tha contrary, ha mils on a footbai: an it
and gets Into play oppnalta tha man ha
la ooAolung And there ara faw wh )
can "amoar'' Sanford. W.hen he find i
man wAio ran 1va htm a llttla trouble
ha'a tha moat dellhlad paraon on tha
Manford haa baan "taboo" amonjr Yala'i
roaobaa for two or threa yaara. He haa
bran aonaMarad ralhar a raw propos
ition aa a ooar-h. Ha haa a tonaua aa
rouch aa a Ilia. When 1 flrat rama from
CaHfornla lo New York, a numbar of
yaara ao. I vlalted Yala to (aa football
practice Han ford waa roaohln that
year. Whan I haard tha raniarkj ha
mad lo aome of tha playera who faliad
to do ttwlr work In a way plena Ins to
him I wonderad why thay didn't so for
a sun and plus Mr Manford full of
holea, pronto' A lml1ar floa of epltheta
would have earneil him a few ounrea of
laad out my way.
But that'a Banford'a ltle. With the
eaarsy of ten men hlmaalf, he trlaa to
hammer tha aame forceful aplrll Inlo
hi men. And ha can do It.
That why Yale tent for Hanford.
And thara'a llttla doubt that any larka
dalalcal aplrlt ahown hy th" team early
In tha aaaaon will dtaappear before Yala
maati either Harvurd or Princeton.
a-aTII.l. Yale, with alt tha traditional
flahtlna aplrlt aha uaually work
W Up for the flnlahlns samea of the
aaaaon. will ba up asalnat lha bardeat
propoaltloii aha ever atruck when aha
meta Harvard. Hhr'll have to beat a
combination of the W0 sraa'.eat klrkera
an on any srldlron alnce Nero waa a
pup. No team ever had a r'rlton and a
BrlckUy at the nine time before. Pel
i ton lo-doy la thk one atar punter In tha
same. Brick lev l a clone rival of
th ataMBt Incomparable Indian, Jim
Valtaara puntmn In Haturdiy'a same
deitrowl Vrlnceton'a chance of run
nlBS 9 More. Hnckley'a provided tha
ararhaf Mr Harvard. Thla la a combina
tion kwd to baat. Drlekley haa made
three nald scale In eaoh uf the laat
three favme played by Harvard. Ha I
afood for a sua) kick from almoat any
ancle and from any raaaonabl dlatanre.
Harvard know how aura ha la That'a
why. with only two yarda to make on
a lonrHi down, Harvard preferred slv
Ins Hrlokley a rhanre to kick a soal,
teklns the aure three Mlnta rather
than a poaalblr but uncertain alx.
GUNBOAT SMITH Is solnf lo box
Charles Wurat of Cincinnati up
In Harlem next week. Wuest y
he haa been trylns to "get Inlo New
York" for oma time,
lt'a touarh to try to gt Into New
York, and then be met by a gentleman
Uk Ounboat Hmlth. Yea Indeed!
THROlWHf Secretary Harvey th
State Athletic Commtsalon ha
communicated with I1 the proml
nnt boxing clubs In th country. y
Ins that the time has come for nation
sJ lotas control of tlie sport.
Boxing haa lawn carried on so uc
oeeefully under the control of th New
Yk)rk Oommlwlon that otlier tata are
I flu Ins th paaalns of luwa atmllar
to She rrawtoy law.
Tbere'a do doubt that fixing similar
atxon all over th country would
a splendid thins for boxing. In
State all objectionable features
bean eliminated. I losing to-duy,
est conducted here, 1 a thing beating no
reaemlilanc- whatever to the old sport
est "prlae-nshiliig "
W Should nationalise th iport. Jlavt
mm H la now undar national control In
ttxcl and, Franc and Australia Tlu-n
w ran so Into the proposed alliance
wtrh the box-lng authorrUe of the
different countries, and boxing will be
come one of th most popular aporl
is lis world, and all ovr the world.
B. T. V. BJewta Trinity Tn-Day.
The New York Unlvaralty footbai!
eeam tneet It hkatorle rival, Trinity
OoBsSSk st Ohio Field this afternoon.
Th VI let eleven has been practising
nanl for this ooataet, profiting malar
ial, fey the weakness aVown In th Will-saaSS-
fnnva, end tudenjL, of the looal In-
mXBfmm took lor vuVr,
OUIt OUI! ZEE
Trie FR6NCrlMEN HWE 50HC SO
DAFFY OVER. P6vfT6 "THAT THIS
PeiASS OF BASH BALL OOCoMT TO
QECOMC VERY PoPULAVl
Tom Shevlin Brings Novel
Plays to Help Strengthen
Yale for Harvard Game
Blue Uoaches Realize They
Have Big Contract on
New Haven. Conn., Nov. 5.
HKN Tom Nhrvtln mme puit laal
week ha brinish t aome apaolai
play for the Yale team to ua
Satnat 1'rlnceton and llarvnrd. Whath.
ar Harry Wllilama. the Mlnneaola coach
tielped him witih tha playe or not Mi not
known yet. and ttiey have not beeri mt
llned to the pUvetw. The other coach
have thain under oonaldarallon and It la
eKpe. ted Hint tn-day or to-morniw the
player will set theim. Hhavlln will be
tiara for tti remainder of the roi
with trie varalty roache and will make
a fifth with Howe, Scully, McDevItt and
Vaushn. Waller camp it at the Held
dally and will b for the remainder of
Pendleton I bains tried In the place
made vacant by the death of York
remuetufi wa a tackle on laat year a
Krrahnien train He I not aa fat aa
Warren and Talbot, but h will make 4
very sood suard. Hla caa r like Ifir
bloon'a. wttxi waa moved from tackle t
Suard m i-oopiv of weeke aso.
Bomelaler la setting ready to play
end. lie waa away yeateroay netting a
ahouidrr brace, but waa expected to ba
at the field thla afternoon aid will be
rnad 10 go In at any tuna the ooache
Cornell I varalty quarter, according
to tha prraant opinion of the coachee
lie played there yeeterday and ran
the train In very sood ahevpr. Phllbln
waan't In the Brrlmmaga and Piampelly
played a sood gam In hla place. He
made sever! Hue ama''hes and with
Flynn and Hpaldlns rushed th bill to
the five yard line ao that two varalty
tourhdowi were poaalblr. Th fresh
man dnrcnae dldn t aeem to be aoie to
hold asaln.t them at all. Hpjldlns made
one f i.he touchdowns and Flynn th
othrr. Pumnelly made one of the seal
after the touchdown nnd no attempt
waa nvide lo st the other.
Sheldon I now conaldered a poeelhtllty
aa an end. Ha wa In the sum yester
day In place of dallaner who baan't
quite recovered from hl' nyuele bruise.
The othrr Injured men are setting along
well a.i a good team will be ready to
face rtrnwn on Saturday
Resumes Practice To-Day.
PRINCKTON. N f., Nov. 8 Back ;
from Its defeat and the rest ut Atlantic I
City, the Tiger team I again practlaing
bahlnd rloaed galea thla afternoon. One
or two playere returneo yeeieraay,
among them Karle Waller, but outside
of these sll who actually played In the
Harvard game remained at the Hotel
Chrises In Atlantic City until to-day.
Borne of the coachee and the managers.
aa well t rainer iveene r itapairn-n..
have been with the men at the city
All the practice from now on until
the Yale game will be eecret In spite
of the defeat at the hands of the Crim
son team, the feeling at Princeton la
that this does not mean a Yale victory.
The undersraduatn body la hopeful, for
thy know that th teem win ne-ni
much harder against Yale than IfollMt
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
READY TO MEET TRINITY.
The work of the New York Unlvenstty
leuan during the laat week has been ex-
ceedinsly Usht, In preparation for the
same at Ohio Field with Trinity to
ntorrow. The coaches evidently believe
that they have been drlvlns the men
a little too hard, for they can hardly
e spec 1 a Usht game with the Trinity
boya. Several of the men had minor
Injuries slid the reatpllr materially
aided them In getting back In shape.
Sp c-.nl attention has been paid to
perfev tins a defeme against ttie shift
play, whicb twlbered the team eome
what In It encounter with Wealeyan
Prepare for Till Pool Mnteb.
Frak Sherman, challenger for th
world's championship pool till, now
held hy Alfred de Oro, haa arrlvad fnun
Whlnston and will put In Ih laat two
day be for the mat oh playlns Inclfe
amateur. William Tilt, th New York
A. C. expert, who made uch a sood
showing against De Oro laat week, plays
Sherman ia-nlsht at Doyle' Aoademy,
and to-morrow night the ohaJlenger's op
ponent will be Norman Smith, another
crack shot among the atnaSeura, The
title match -basins at Doyle'sTVednesday
v- n 7 ZN ZpJJooN MMBU PITCHA(R6"
f YOU MU-T CATCM -J oN L'g'V-L ) I i , CftNNCT HIT 6E. BM.l
Harvard, and with a new army of
roar-he much can he done in two werka
Appllcatlona for tlrketa for the Yale
game have cloaed. The Met of appllcanta
waa unnwuaJly large The temporary
stands built around the Princeton grid
Iron are larger then those of sny pre
vious year. m they hold nearly thirty
The scarcity of tlckrta here gives
promise of a tremendoua attendance at
the game two woeka hence. The num
ber of requests for tickets sent to the
resales have len a great Udhei to
them, as they have been utterly unable
to answer them.
Good at Harvard.
CAMlUtllMlK, Mum... Nov. 5 This
afternoon the flrat practice of the week
will be held on rlnldler'a Field. Yester
day a day off was granted all hands.
but most of the squsd Is expected to
lake a little light work to-day. Coo
lldga's showing ut right end fell hy
of what the coaches expected evidently,
and Frank O'Hrlnn, who aucceeded him,
will probably have the call for the
place from now on.
U'Urlen and his frlendx I hough I laat
year that the youngster was very badly
used because (1acl1 Hvightnn did not
give him chance to earn hi letter In
the Yale game, n'llrlen said that If he
made hi trsok Istter he was done with
the srldlron. but be waa hsck trying for
a plaec aguin this year. He has never
started In contest this fall, hut he Is
generally conaldered aa good u player
aa Fellon. Harvard's best end, with the
single exception thai he Is not a punter.
Drlscnll, who ana replaced at rltrht
guard by Trumbull wnlle he waa In
jured, la again at thnt position, sa Trum
bull la under the weather. With O'Mrlen
and Drlscoll In line and with all the
boqiiet thrown ut Charley Hrlckley. It
surely la a great day for the Celtic
race at Harvard. Hint Is, If the bnya
from the "Duld Hod'1 get Into the Yule
Out of Dartmouth Game.
ITHACA. M. Y.. Vov. R The Cornell
camp Is anything but Joyful to-day.
It I highly probable that dipt. Hol
lar will he out of the game for a week
end will consequently be unable to
participate In the Dartmouth gskine
next Saturday Consequently the prob
lem of filling the quarterback position
become a serious one.
Tber, who waa looked upon ns a
comer until Suturdsy. had such
versal of form In the Wllllums
tnai ne can nanny tie relied nn
such an Important contest as the Dnrl-1
month game. What Tuber seem to !
iscg more man aiiyintng is gond Judg-;
ment at critical times. There Is a pos-
slblllty thnt O'Connor will be used at
Charles Ledoux, Greatest
French Bantam, Is Here
Seeks Championship Bout
With Johnny Coulon, Pres
ent Title Holder.
BY JOHN POlhOCK.
ANOTHF.ll foreign champion pugil
ist has arrived In America for
the noriM.se of trvlnat to canturr
the world's championship in his class
by defeat log the
a.o. .el. -mm tltU-hnhler.
This fighter la Charl IsmIoux,
bantamweight champion of France,
ha ben fighting for three year
I ,i,i.o. ii,.,. 1... tuaa . iiir.iui .l In
nfty-nv battles, nfiy-fuiir of which lie
won by a knockout.
Among his victim were Dlsser
Stanley, til Riiglllh bantamweight
champion, whom he atopped in seven
round, nd Joe Bowker, anothar good
l&nglteh bantam, vhutn he knockixl out
In eight rounds. Stanley gut a dertelon
over Ledoux In a twenty-round bout
In England before the Frenchman out
him away In their second battle.
TMe V Ih only time that Ledoux
hex! ever Isten dvleated Lrdnux was)
taught boxing by Frank Rrn. the
retired ex-llghl weight chattsjilon of
Ajnerloa. The llttla Frenchman save
he asm to America to fight Johnny
Coulon for th bantamweight title and
thnt he could make 116 pound at the
rlngesde without any effort.
stsisaaar, 10 1 1 1 lis
I oil Jaaaetts'i uv
Hush llclntas lis.
ire bad illlii. 1
Wak Itslalal aaa w
lea Isae-Ba la was enng
Copyright, W2, by Ttie FT Putltshlng Co. iTh New Tork WorM).
This pouTe.5tupf is all. miSHT-BOT
(T WONT Go WITH ANY OF- Our.
CiG LEAGUE COACHES WHO So
OYER. THeRE. TO INSTRUCT
2. f OH M5I&U eJACQOES,
jjig,- ( vwHY DID YOU SOAK
TmtiKyk 1 ' J 1 M 'uiX BY
By jirVf iHE" DEC610N - j
THE: FRENCH HAvJC A GRAND OPPORTUNITY
lb -SHOO "THEIR. TALErrr IN fV5HlfX5
Y ETTtN6 UP A. "PAfcVS CREATION "
'N PLAYERS UNIFORMS
Ad Wolgast Again Fails to
Show Championship Form
Holder the Fight
NSW OKLKANS. Nov. 6. -Ad Wolgast
wae sore both In body and In mind
to-day when h discovered that most
of the local newspapers contained hla
obituary aa lightweight champion, and
hailed Hie native son Joe Murulot aa
hla BUccessisr. Tom Jones was also
picved and he had u bundle of conver
sation to cut loose about the partiality
and bias with wnlch the scribes had
The champion nnd hla manager had
grounds for claiming that Wolgast waa
entitled to a draw, but It Is u fact thut
Mundot deserved aa much. in fact.
Ad s punk finish was far from that ol
a real -curat champion, and when the
boys meet In a longer light (which la
now being talkml of) It's poaslble that
Wolgast will he forced to surrender his
Both Wolgast nnd Mnndot will leave
later this week or the Pacific coost,
where they have In en promised Thanks
giving Day battles, Wolgast with
Itltchle at Frisco, und Man lot with
Rivers at Los Angeles. The champion.
however, exprcased a w.lllngness to call
off the ltltchie engagement If Mandot
will forego his nght with It, vers and
meet Vidgasl either her 1 or on the
Coast In a twenty or iwcnty-llve-round
Lust nlsht's fight was the tilggeat Nrw
Orleans has bad for fifteen or twenty
years. F.veryhndy was there, Including
nvetre for fire figlrts In ths latniis of surflR rtriu
tatils RiRirUtig msti or new.iiaiuw in this vuuntrv.
wli). Mi Im.iali wunUln't sin -en 1 un- 11.000
for ota- exine"." slid Mi-Retries.
Hilly Mrtiamev. who stirts for lis Angslas,
1 Uv dsy with Ha wtalte hoi). Lnllier Mc
I'srly. who 1. imitctied to tisht Jim Kb an fir
twe-it riuiaU at Vernon, Cel., on Ins-, 10
claims Mist I tills t'ltotil. tha hsntatnwsiglii
i-l.mi4on of H.n Krabrlsin. Is tha greatest hula
fiflitsr for lib welglrt ) ha. eier sesn In actlou.
"I aaw Csmt'l JisTit in ('shromla." said MH'.r
nev to-day. "snT 1 am cvr'sin ht ese ilefr.it
Jotinnv CoiUon, Kid Willi. uu or sur oilier ban
tamwrietit in the world. He ran omlXs 1 1.1
i.-uiHat aasjlv. and 1 s fast, .-lever two-handed
lunar, lis aeo puuch like a Uglnseilht."
lit Bmwo. Hla) local
abls to in,-,- Phil Hi, k
I fie stunt. 1 Ipvs
sui.l ng 1.
In their evhedalel twelve roiuui
lbs t a t-.r A. 0. of IJlsrslajul, BT
I bait la-foe
iheirlsnal stoiua. it
Issii Morgan hart a rtort
i-Kainlne Rnvwn. The
malcuii aal.1 ttiat K
1.1 tint titf ,t aaaja
I not tin .t afsii
tf at Irui Mio.il .Iaiw. Un
ingsji lisa bait lus for
en or nte wlili-11 lie liswl
Ii-utteil aa a guarantee
IUM IV .
Tha .t.h r. Mil. , ,r 1),. fiu 10 .1 V.
lean, lu night Art. Wolgaat ami
Man.lol amoiintrl to 2rt,.ssi Wolgsst drew down
iVisii Itil.ois) a. the contract be liait sltli Mis i-luti
ofrii-tsls callnl for a guarantee of $10.0110 with
die lirlrlbgf. ,4 faklns ISO 1 ir -nit of th. urou
rseeliit. aliinilrt the amount he orer l.'n lam Man
viol fought lor M "i cent, of the receipts which
gars hlai lo.AlHl. T.ia SNB made about K.tsjO.
t evens a Fordham
York rn.tvei-.aity at Ohio
Hchooi of Commerce v
High 1n American Leaarne
R 'y' High v. Pot Pi-en. in Wash
tiguin I'ark. Isrooktyn (momlng).
Krustnua Ilitll va. Maiium Training
In as in 1 ir 1 on i'ark. Hrookryn (af-
1 1 ' 11 1 m n 1.
lkasibwiok High v. Atdetphl
I est J
pin i-ii 10, nr-ooxiyn
F RE4CH ENTHUSIASM MAY
DEVEU-C? SOME. GrJEAT
Mayor Hehrman. Oldllmera who w
Corbet! beat Kllraln ami Sullivan, F.tx
llmmonj ii, K Hall, tfoAulISs stop Meyer,
and men otf that atrlpe, voted It a splen
did contest. It was essentially a Mandot
crowd, but Wolg .st was given a hearty
reception, and'lf It had not been for
occasional unncrcsary roughnea. such
asriliowins lad hinting hy Wolgast,
the champ. on would have won more
favor. Hut Kefcree Bid W. Smith seemed
too. willing to grab Mandot's arm ami
pull him back and not touch Wolgast
when breaking them from clinches.
This resulted In Mandot being struck
several times when lie could not easily
protect himself, and the crowd hissed
both Smith and Wolgast on such occa
sions. At one time In the third round Mnn
dot was on the verge of belns knocked
out. Wolgast landing a terrible left
to the Jnw while he hod the home boy
backed agnlnat the ropes. Joe's knees
sagged and be ulmoat slum; ed to the
canvas, hut he recovered, and In spite
of the fusillade of lefts and rights
Mandot lusted through the round and
came hack fairly fresh In the fourth.
The champion chased Mandot around
the ring, and when he caught him
there was an nwful battering for the
home boy, Thr first and sixth rounds
were rven, hut the rhumplon had much
the better of the second, third, fourth
Wolgast seemed to have worn him
self out In the effort to dispose of hi
antagonist, and Mandnt gained confi
dence and strength after rne sixth In
ning. Joe had tried to force Ad to box
with htm In the early part, but had
found It Impossible to keep Wolgast
away. It was different In the last four
rounds, all of which Mandot won by a
fulr shade, and the result that many
of the best posted fane considered the
contest a draw.
PIH-T RACK - Selling: Dflltf and gehllttga: two
yr.rol.U; five aiwl one. half furlongs, ---Bill
Whaler, (r; llanla-rn. loll Cecil, tiro - Bardic,
ID"; fflsl, 101; Krnisit II., 102; Ilartitnl. P'5;
I'rorlne. I Of I Krllv. I0L'; Vemis, 102; Anion,
107: Heoator Jami. 110.
MaUOND RACK .Selling: vwn tear nlrta; ali
furlong., hurts. 101; Tor, 10(1; f Isj OS. 10T;
rhlltou hi- ION ; illrt Womin. 10.': Guide I'ost.
111-4: Alfred V . 107: Ftls (Yane. I0D: Bateu, It,
lOSi Isml Msraball. no Al Illoch. Kit. v.-k
1 11 1 in- rack Allnwaiirea: tArea ssr oirts
Snrt abl sll furlong..- -Cracker Rot. 107; Jims
ft.. Ill; Suannanoa. 112; Sun Uusen, 107;
Joe fiteln. 112: Hemiirolus, lift; Morrutown, 110;
Irish llentlerjlsn. 12.
I'm HIM HACK Han-llr-an; all agas: ona
mile. Holar Htsr, I00 -"Klls Union, 107; J.
F ( roslev. nil. Mi-ri lian. 12(1, Osana 104
lliwthorn. lll: 'Hell Horse. Ill
K I FT 11 HACK Hilling; l hree year nidi and up;
one and oui-siithth mile. Bnice Rice, 100;
'srlton Club, loo Milt .1 B., 'oil. (;naolr, no
le.it'. -r Ihisler. 111.
HIXTII HACK rWlliruj: three year olds and
ut: rrale an. I .sventv vaM.. llauigerrfeld, 1 o-J
Bam Han e Hal; Blsrk Mate. IIW. rlsgsr. lo
I 1 lltgl-ee. intl. w I. 1 Ing Itlng. lira, suitls.
tot). Idlrwelas. 00. aan lUrber. MT lair
Mi-aaanger, llstl: ( roaaoror. ltai; rrtnciai 'rtionie,
Accn-nu. e ollosaucs claUnel. Wiatliar
clrssl.v. track faal.
FIRST It At 'F Tv ear ol.1t and
an lurrKsxaa nitrsscsi, imi. romr-rackar, inoi
(V rem. 1 11 1 is) Hit. Al-ilun, 07; Psirrtorlna, HI; The
-.in- 112: Bas.ll. lit; I'oas. 100; Racquet.
IIS Ul 11.... l1-. I' . .1 .la, 11
I SKi'iiSIl HACK, -eilina three Tasr-nlda an.l
llnwanl, mis mile an.l a liltaeiith Kdsn Hail.
10; Msfi (leirge. lnj; fjiwlon Wlagiru). 112.
Turblns. 10(1, Ha). 100, Mi leal. 112. Adolai.u-.
IDA. F-nank I'ltivsll. 112; iiprinsmai. 11; HUU
ken. Ill "kicker. 107.
TIIIKII HA' I. Two-.Taar-okli; asrsn furlong.
stnuiunie. 110 Tsls carrier, turf. UllTara
la.'ge 111; Hnairstaiit, lot. Oras'suv. 100.
Ktlt'RTII KKT Hennert Mtrei'laehasa- salt,
ina; four-vear orils arsl uiasarrt; two and a half
nJlaa lUackbrelgs. 140. llartrtman. t.14 Young.
Mon'hsm. 111'.'. 'Jeanli. 144, I 'no e Haouitou,
140: ilun i .stoic 154: Annus), 149.
FIFTH RACK Metis-! Ilanhcaxi; ttiraa
irarol'W: use nil t luee-aiileentlt rtvflei- Yisrk
si.ee H I 100; Air). 'M Inaiaws.a LwUeaaa,
U4: llatruhotl. Itw; Worth. IV.1, NoujavraU. 102
mix 1 II It vi 'i: All ie owusl la Virginia.
West Vlsglnia. Man, mo. I Pannaylvanla or IrU
tnct of rtoliiaaaia: alx forlouaM -.oilna lvosrl
ris. us z .
( y s. C kx irE o)e
v. un rftux. J 0 fS VJlX Mtii
N r ntmxa-- irans
Foreign Countries Go In
For Baseball; May Soon
Figure in World Series
France Likely to Get Many
Players From This
BY BOMHMAN nvLOER.
lADINO baseball men are of th
opinion that within ten years It
will be necessary to arrange a
ferles of games or a tournament to de
cide the championship of the world with
countries other than the 1'nlted States
Included. They are paving the way for
baseball In 1'rance. and already sev
eral veterxns of the American game
have been consulted In regard to visit
ing that country and teaching th"
young Frenchmen the flue points of
When the French people took up
boxing they went ut It with a vim. and
now the light game Is as popular In
Paris as In New York. The baseball
Idea took definite form In France lat
week, when the "Baseball Union" was
organised. Franz Messerly of Paris,
who ha seen the gume played In
Amerlra. was elected President, and
11 la no. uui l" one iu n.... .........
leagues organized within a year. The
French people do not do things by
halves, and they are already In com
munication with men like Arthur Ir
win. Tommy McCarthy and Andy Coak
ley In regard to becoming coaches for
the foreign player.
It I well known that Cubans hav
reached uch a state of perfection In
baseball and that they cihafe at not be
ing able to take pare in a set of games
for the world' championship. If
Frame should develop Into a baseball
country like Cuba the fans would de
mand nn annual tournament to decide
thr world's title.
Incidentally, the organization of
A. .4:1.1 44th Ii.nWM.vt. J Beatgiatsll. Els.
Maries of I omplete New rtpectcj,es.
WINTER UARtNl Ht VWHQ
1 in. 1.. B wan a 41st
miu. To-tiay. hpi
THE DOVEo. PEACE
L Y K I C
B aj. Era s od.
K Inflow) Mr
Mil. Jul if Opp
V. i fi Ur.i.tlwav V lElHh kit P. is h 16
UALI d mii. fo-ty. wi suid Hi.
POINT OF VIEW
iVUnilCL' 4MJi. K. of H'wsr. Era. k.lft.
a aars a a ivwd
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STrTff. THEATRE Vh'ind"
LittU Mi Brown TOgg
ri i gssKlg-k h ssv ft ilVlh Ht. Sirs. S.10
CASlNU BaB Tveday, Wed. sat
THE MERRY COUNTESS
Wed. ana Met.
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MANHAI 1 AW Mais To, lay. Weil .A Hit
BOUGHT AND PAID JFOR
WEST fclMU iZ h.
THE MASTER lKE HOUSE
WALUCKS iini,e'A0 -ft wi VK
R.traMal. To day. .
A Sew I 'v-neily 't yisrn sum .01.11...
nuAJSJU ifjrtl ti7s MB A Osetrxl Hark Wen
CEN1 UK I 10 KHiai I 1 iambus. Kraa h. 10
Mu.T,o.i.. The Daughter of Hetrsn
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L iTTTEYa ttWfS "
WITHIN THE LAW
H E. a-A W
u:h all star
N T. THEATRES.
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LUIAluni . r....
Bv-.ttx- limoN RKTUtaNS.
aw. tMJl As
Latest rhets) Plan
HrWa. wiiaaav Ua.
lifeea'A scitAPE 'ThTpIn.
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fcMTw ZC BAe OH
BALLS P. HE Et- TOO
Tired TO .wn
"THEY WILL PRo8A8lY SUovO
AU. KiMte OP PoliTE CONSiDeRATiOM
"TO TU&IR OPficHENT3
OUR BASEBAM. SLaVMe Wiuu
NO DOUBT CREEP INTO THE.
GAME. OVC. Si fAf10&
baseball clubs In Franc would result
In Pari being a Mecca for veterans
who have grown too old and too slow
for the big leagues In this country.
The placing of uheso men on the
French teams would be the real way
lor them to learn the game.
f Cuba can be taken as an example
baseball Is a game that I Just nttedlwho is now boxing Instructor of thj
to the Latin Idea of excitement. There
is more real excitement over a Sunday
game In Havana than there le at a
world's series contest In New York.
Roger Hresnahan is in a peculiar
predburnent concerning his manager
ial troubles with th St. Louis Cardi
nal. Since hla releaae as manager
three cluha have put in a claim for
him, and there would be no question
about his being able to find a good
berth. To accept one of these, how
ever, It would be necessary for Roger
to glv up his legul fight against the
owners of the Cardinals. He had a
contract calllns for f 10, ODD a year and
a pcrentuse of the receipts. They
have offered Roger a compromise, but
he wants to be paid In full. Unless
that la settled, Bresnuhun can not take
one or ine oiner joo. lie insists that
he will carry his fight to the courts,
even If he has to get out of baseball
for two or three years.
. K ,
the Dig pitcher, who had little oppor
tunity to show himself last season.
It eems that Robertson played foot
ball against McOraw'a advice and tore
a ligament lu hla pitching arm. He
was examined by an expert physician
and was advised to let the arm rest
for at bast a year. That 1 why Mc
Oraw did not permit him to pitch dur
ing the latter part of th season. He
has promlaed not to play football this
fall, and next spring will have a good
chance to ehow what he cSn do. Rob
ertson Is a good outfielder aa well as a
pitcher and can hit almost as well a
any man on th club.
NRW YORK LEADING
JOHN drew ,n
HISh DM It? nt ID1T The
Btoktlin 4 BtRtdltii "" Ralph Dirt
Ha BR is 41 sl. w
of b'ws. BSML I
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A RICH MAN S SON ' ,,,, OKUL-
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with orlgloal production, mu Oait. BsauW
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I FRANCES STARK &Pljji$
II lUirWDlalv 4, ,, , Wad. Hat.. IK
j THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
i AMERICAN ROOF JHESgS ri'iB.
Ham late 1 "Moloriol. " Al llsrmau. Ilari,
1 s.iTIDrli.nis nwr sjvra Nti
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lasisiiiou a uo.. ivoia a siiod. nsrri a wu
balm, lui Fas, OnlUs A I tank and utbsri.
Bl4SBmVto.SR.TS. Me. AND .10V,
line UVmCDQ w asu I . aeo,
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League Hu t ng In uble
When it bothers tcgeL
If President Tom Lynch
upon pressing his charge
th owner of the Philadelphia club,
Horace Fogel, the National Lstasue
will go on the rocks. This J th
statement of Charley Dooln, man
ager of the Phillies. Dooln declare
that the conservative magnate of
the league arc not uppor(ing Lynch
In his war on Fogel, and that Kegel's
threat to carry the row Into court
will prevent Lynch from continuing
to camp on Pogei's trail. Baseball
never did like to get Into court, say
Kooln. and accordingly It does not
Intend to moke any more trouble for
the Phllly magnate.
COLUMBIA FRESHMEN CREW
IS NOW LEARNING RAPIDLY
After four weckn of steady tralnllf.
freshmen crew practice at Co urn-Ma la
progressing rapidly, and under the
tutelage of Coach Hire the Hrat year
qursmen are beginning to get the knack
of blade work to a creditable degree.
The entire squad of forty candidate
practices on the bargivs at Bdgewater
rrom J until 8 o clock every afternoon.
In addition to rowing on the water
Coach HJcc Is giving the men half
hour blackboard chalk talks In thl
university gysnnaisium fever noon
These noon-day sessions are provtnl
Just ui popular as efforts on the barges
At prevent the greatest difficulty u.
the beginning swecpswlngens Is abl It J
to row steadily together. Although th
men have been shifted bSsOk to the mov
able seats, they still are unable tj
pull In unison. Their efforts In keep
Ing the barges on a keel and feathep
Ing the oars are also rather awkward
YOUNG MIKE DONOVaN
CHIP OFF OLD BLOCK.
Several hundred fight fans attended
the reopening show of the Olympll
A. C. of Harlem and witnessed plentj
of fast lighting In the bouts. In th)
main go Young Mike Donovan, son cl
Mike Donovan, the old-time flghtea
New York Athletic Club, again die
tlnguished himself hy defeating HarrJ
Corbett of Brooklyn without mncti ex
ertion In a ten-round bout. Donovax
scored several knockdowns and had
Corbett in a bad way in the final round
POLICE PREVENT KILBANE
FROM MEETING OLLIE KIRK.
ST. IXHTIH, Mo., Nov. 6 Owing to till
fact that several detectives suoceedel
in buying tickets for the scheduled
eight-round bout between Johnny K.l
bane, the featherweight champion, ani
Ollle Kirk of this city, at the St. Loull
A. C., without being legitimate member!
of the club, the police officials refuse
to allow the contest to take place.
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