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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, ltlfl,
HOPPE SHOWS UP
YALE HAS SPRUNG SURPRISES BEFORE
RANDOM SHOTS AT
DE WITT TIGERS' BEST BET
Kicking Star of Princeton Has Punted Ball Sixty
Yards and Has Shown Wonderful Accuracy
in "Placing" Pigskin,
YALE needed no Inti wluct.on to P0 will', kloklng ability previous to th
bis clash down at Princeton to-day. U wn, phenomenal kinking of this
youngster that had a direct bearing on bringing the championship away
yg. rV"T. T T OP ,rom Haven to Princeton last year,
kaai -E. TOM Princeton coaches profnrsed no be a little
worried io-dy because Da Witt hasn't
quite booted up to laat year' form In
tlie games he's played ao far. Ar that
only Kelton In the Harvard content was
able to outklck Da Witt. Whether It
was because ha sustained a slight In
Jury to his knee earlier In the aeason or
because the On.nne and Black Una did
not sepin r. r'.rong this year aa It waa
last, nn one knows. However, what the
TiKfi wlr.uil lacks in distance ha hns
shown tin; he makes up In lielne able
to "place" the hall. This year Dc Witt's
kiflktaC hns been wonderfully accurate.
Kvrn with a weak line thst haa con
tinually allowed opposing fore-ards to
' renk ehronrb, De Witt, previous to to
diy, has not had a kick blocked or.
Iilm this reason, a record that few
punters ran honst of. This la a rerria'k
able tntvitc to his arc-it s;eed In sit
ting off his Ion spirals. Coach 'Tom"
Wilson held a stop-watch on De Witt
n prstlc,- this week and found that
the time einpsinir during the period
when the ball was anarped back by the
J5 1 aB STllIk'-
a . ... . v
. W -nw -V I 1
Champion Willie Hoppe
4 'Comes Back" and Gives
Slosson a Bad Beating
centre, and ;he time u.e ball was off
on its Mht after leavltiK De Witt's
fool was only one and two-fifths see
ends That servrB to explain why op
posing linesmen havu been unable to
mother bia punts.
This rapidity of aendtng kicks away
raqulraa a special motion Of he leg.
Molt pumera use the free leg ewmg.
brlnglM the toe as high as Hie heal
I ho impact of meeting trie Dai..
Old Nassau's nickers, especial. y the f"-
Jabm. K. Ie Witt no relation to
tins wars piayer, .aught De
nae tha knee motion
ing the plg-Hkln he takes one snort
. . . i.n mi rect- v
f""1 " ' , ? nil tltiiu up with knee be.tt. Tue
.ten forward with hi. left fo ,suil f lh0 ,0,,, ,trui.tein
impact l .en IV.n h. b I '"' ,.,,ssary for . inng IWlBf. De
M IM ' ZZJ .luty rat His average ha.
wilts longest puni mis ' ii-... -- .
bOOtl about forty-two yards.
. .. ft. U-ii. .1 hi. ntm.ii It)
i-.vi.a Hue that went in me a.r .... ...uu i-t,..,
hoiinced over the cross-uara aa u posaessea
freakish dr p kick two yeara ago agalnat
Dariu.oiitli fioiii ill
Struck the ground
The Youth Plays With Dash and
Brilliancy, While the Veteran
Playr Puts Up One of His
Very Worst Exhibitions in 18.2
We sh and Wells Matched
For Another 20-Round Go
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
FRDDDlE IViiWH, Um BnilWb
USbtwetrbt c'.uimpion, and llatl
Wel.K, the ex-c-huni)lon, are rfo ng
io flgbt again.. A. cording to a cable
gram received '..ere to-day the men are
atamed by UariMor BtMlmon fl tnt
Nation..: iportlni flub of Dondon to
4mmh in am.l twenty-round bout lor
the ItChtwolarbt ohtimplonsbip of
lui.l t hi- .-ei-on I wei liol l emuaij
fought a' the
ultfiit. Welad ra
an inj.iMi I
ama elUJ la.i ravnuw
eivltig t lie decision or
OoVrl at the end of
i treat many 01 ine
tori Inougni imi un - m . n j
I to Well-, who wivi mwma
hottld at least have rirsirss ..
Uanafef BottlMon cit !J to re-match
..item. This will be their third meeting.
Onnboat lb Oallfofall and Itel "Tjrto"
a1lln.n f t'smutkKs, M- . sere '' ..
...me, .nl et.-e tbs tjoeenjl.rrv
. ,. ;,f Buflsljen ne. T irsdai algrtt, Mwms
. Imuj hi, Lntsil sltar niiuitf Jtai bu rslay.
... .. ... aiulL... hi etfer. -M n i. II .u
.r, nil., liute i I4SII t'roM Sad Jniuil) Ulll
I'll... vu k. .
jim Miaa. sbj PntMo nrarosa, sad laithsi Mc.
. JTZI.aeuu tl.i ssais uaaffyesfsbts.
1...1 ,' s.n,l 'in tra:r imi lor their tssatf.
nuSlboul l' 1 f ''rn'."!i vm,
Srttt lo Klyni. Ml gut imp conation i
. ...... auaul of ll'l'.nv STitesU.st bis Ml
iu aa'tserlisst ba' "' 'a ''
tiiree rnnuih is ths tfogisnns
subbmI Jul (u. t bsaiin.m Ad. Wolssst !. his Jack "Virtn" Collins In tan r
'iuiiw i.J WisiU' tim." VS mtm x" V A Imi
l:ea nf hLA fixhta ura I'r 4. New Yuri Oiy
Ut ist s;. i ... i. -is. .Mfcls; will fur BagHIBfl
Bat!hnf H irirv is another flfliKT w!i will i '
kBH (ighi intf month, m lit ttu Uuc
DOUU on. n will tint meet iHr Ifflhlr nf
iv Mr tit'.wi rrninri i i-roiiecce od -.
W T)ii. h vtill . ,uu with r.U, SiiUit-in ( i
tf , rri.ii at th H " A. C. ' DrooUn on
- - - -t ill it 1(1 UrTIUl JJ.V : i 1 b ill) wi
liitly :.!. tli Nnark flciur, fnr m n jikU at
jstnara. h, j
Frftok Moran, th- Iiairywcight of Ilt1rtnirci.
wltr. Iiai won four figUU In i -tsiiT. iiuoo he
went in i , .' mi. ii . mil hn Charley Milter, thi
!'D 'in l-iiii trial fellow ff Hen Krnii(x. a four
muiwI i.ravi at cluh In the laVttrr ritv. Thf
mill wiu a faDat oue. tin) nitm uidulflnf lo e-iMis
L i.ifiia; ft mi Die rir.t Ui r th fu$.
c r- ..i a fuaravutae or IjM rr uu itmI
Atthotiarh th te.-rn,inl Unit betwewn
tiibUiua ami i -Mil MHrt.y at the (.arden
A, I'. Is nearly t'..r- wrlu off. Manafer Uilly
i . aiiniw el tn dtj thct the ailTaao nale
r ti ki iuu irniy iv.- trt la.trTWf tnrk
"Wi- are nx'enlnat many onterrn f tloheta from
.mi! of-town," aaid IMlawM.. "which show the
lnttrevi laaum in toe romm,
Ila4tllng Nriaon, writo liat )en matnli4-d
meft I- i na at Me Fartv-fuurtti Htree
- ' ii 1nb iu fThankaarlrlriaT iHv i'-.-hs,- u
revi fHi Us wa to tbia ciiy to .'rnre htuiWlf
A oiatrh w.j arrAMftd i !-y liei'waen 1111
! K. . UU1 llfht x ) w.-iiti- or 1.
t.iii. ! Bui (lev Maildeu of .New Jfrarv.
)ia- Ikwii OOllal ' tomj fiattitlnc rweiiti
Th..i will .ii.- -m In a tan-nmnd Uwit .
the Brown UvmnaaoiiM A, A. on neat TVitwUy
nivht In ' . irt :.t-r ten nmnd IrO it Youne
He.w of Jeney t'liy will meat Joa looney of
t)w wst side.
Yovnaj Wall aire Beat Collins.
VounK i ,J l Va:ia.-e, ttie Brook 1 n
r.iner" among hantam, outpoint AJ
Tuck "Trrdn" Collins in ton rounU
STANDING OF PLAYERS
IN THE 18.2 TOURNAMENT.
BY BOKBMAN BVIGER.
YOUTH came btV b. In ihe ulll.ard
business now goln' on up at the
Aslor roof the reign of age was
short lived. and when the old fellow
tried to repeat Willie lioppe got a
change to show devotees of the game
just why he la looked upon as the
greatest player of his day, or any other
day, for that matter.
SHU smarting under his defeat by trie
Jap, Yamada, and with a chance before
him to go out an I graii $-'.ii In prize
money as well as the ohami..nahlp,
Willie drew his sw-ord on Ueotge Bloason
last night and cut the . etc ran cueist
down lor one of Hie worst doleau u
Af ter h.o brill. ant plyalng of the night
before, Mr. ttlo.-Hon, one of the favorite
in the betting, appe .red 111 ai ease In his
ime sg.ilnst lioppe. i lie old mastei
d not have a perfect atioke at ..n.
iline during the corneal. His attempt
at line nura.ng the role In which he Is
isua.ly strong wtre never quite sue-
cefatul, and the old champ wan fre
quently compelled to resort to opei,
table play, a reckless style that he doe,
not relieh. Hlos.s.tn always has been lb.
most careful plaer In the business 11.
usually leta the young, i men go afte.
the .spectacular shots, while he alts
quietly by. aawa wood and walta for the
YOUTH GETS BUSY AT' THE
This time, thoiisTh, south got buay at
the jump and tne eteian waa forced
to atep out and hu-.Hu for what he jot
lioppe at.irted In with a rush and in the
sixth inning clicked off a run of l - He
fo.lowai tarn with at. o. her of M and then
one of fC In this remarkable exhibition
of billiard playing it looked aa If the
young fellow would hang up a new rec
ord for high average. He played with
the dash and brilliancy that made him
a world's champion over M. Vlgnaux,
tho noted French player, before he was
In open territory he made a number
of hair-raising three-cushion Miots, and
on aeveral of these lie got the balls to
gether on tho first craok. At line and
rail nursing his work was wonderful.
Rtrnnge as it may seem, moat of Ifoppe's
mlaasv.: wwe on almpla d.awa shots that
a scroti could make.
In the ninth and tenth tuning Slosson
realized that his chances were very
allm and that It would not do for him
to take any risks at all. Consequently
ha began to give Hoppa the "oil;" hal
la, leave him where lie could not count.
The young fallow came right back with
the Mint medicine, and for two Innings
neither of them was able to gOOrO. Thil
Jockeying between the veteran and lh
youth fltmtlhad much timmeniont for
tlie ape tators. ami at times tile players
thenrtHelves J lined In Ihe laugh a wan
teal billiards with a punch.
HOPPE SPOILS A BEAUTIPUL
Toward the finish Hoppe spoiled a
beautiful run that would have put him
out by attempting a maase of more than
two feet with the balls on the end rail.
He could have made a draw, but with 81
polnta already to bll credit and with
gVK tf W Bl sUstgt't ftatti blUtU
W. Is, Average Run.
oppa 1 a it-h is:
Mornlngatar .... S 1 UH-M 147
''Una 1 2 11 30-ae aj
loason t I S ia
button 3 1 30 20-24 140
Demareet 3 3 16 20-30 132
Vamada 3 3 23 1S-X1 Its
Taylor o 4 1 1-S1 71
balls acattered. He mlsaed tha shot by
two inehee or more This gave Hloea.n
a dying man'a chance, and be fougtit
btVOk bard but waa too late.
The Hoppe-lUoaeon match attracted ao
much attention that the little amphi
theatre In which Sutton and Morning
star played waa almoat empty until a
report started that tha Pittsburgh man
sygg mn kin.- a remarkable run. Juat a
that minute Hoppe made his MOth (hot
and thtre waa a grand rush for the
south room. The gang got In juat In
time to aee Mornlngstar establlati a new
record run for the tournament of 17,
one above Slom-on'a figure of tha pre
vious nlrbt ThJa run brought Morning
star to the front, and what atartad like
a runaway game developed Into one of
the prettleat fights of the week.
Iloiii iwhlte bill) O. 11. IS. t, 3, 133. vl
SI ii n is t. a. aa. o. I? IL 6. S. 4. T
Tuuil, 500 .....ii, STersas. 33 l'Sli alfh rasa
121!. ttl sod .lii
oasiss (iLt lll)-0. 0. 1. 7. 43. . 9, IB. I.
o ft, i.i. a. t! -a ab. 2. nd o. lb. Total
.14 pnintJ: STense. II 14 V Mlb ruaa, . 4"
si to r1rrrr. Thomai J. flstlii'.er
Uuruinaitar ism Usui o, o, w. , 13, it,
.. 1. 34, 4, 1. ss. it, 0, la, I 0. 0. 0. a, IT,
II. 167, 38, M. S, 1. 0, 16. Total, 500 ...lots
ien.r in -.ii. ;n lli4h nns. 167. 8it Sim 62.
.Mutton (White HslTl 1, 1, 4fl. .1. 0. 30. L
It, 8. 20. II, Sii, IS. 0. 1. 24. 1. L 91. 20 0. I
n I iii E i (i. 24. T iiH.1 i si. is. Atarsa.
12 2TI-10. Htcb Pins. l 62 sod 63.
Ttffsw. Albert O futler
Vsoisrls 0 . 8. 18, 23. 80. 14. , 1, 4, 6, 1
1. 0. 16. 22. 5, 10, ft: 0. 22. 1, 8. SO, 0. 0 0
.. n ii ' u n o A lt ftx i a a ft'
II. 2.' 10 8'. 16 C 34. 6 i fnul' 600 points'.
in iv, i, .s;i pins 0,1 .... iin t
(lino O. 10, 6. 2. SO. 8. 8. 16, 6. i
0. 2. 3. 10. 10. 1. 3. 12. 2. . 62 7
I 1. 0, 0, 0. 0. 2. 3, 22. 6. 1. 7 . 4. 30. 6 I
1. 2. 7. 21. 6. 3. 7 -ol 4IX polnU; surifo
6 12 IB: hisli runs. ,'.. 32 ond 80.
Hrfi-rer Albert 0, Cntlir.
Iwmiroit H. S, 27, 1. IS, 2, 3. 16, 1. 2, a
0. O. 1. 1. 4. A. 26. 6. 4. 46. 8. 40, 34. 133
1. It, 1. 12. 0. 4. 8. Total. 600 ;.niu. snr
OS. -' .vi... ...so runo. i ... ... sno sv
Tllor sT. 16 0.0. ft 16. 32. 8, 0. 88, 0. 11
78. 0. 14. 6. 3. 64. 6, 6. 1. 87 22. 46 4,
I IE 6 0. D, totof 47 tloUi oisrifo
16 1-31: iilsti mm, 73. 3 ond 4.
Itefsroe Thnmss J. Oillifrifr.
Shown by Points Scored This Season
Before To-Day's Big Game
Up to To-Day's Clash Tigers Piled Up Total of 316
Points in Eight Games, While Elis Made
Only 83, Playing One Game Less.
rrtnoaton'a reeonl of polnta for (ha season up to to-daya
rtiree times greater than Yale'a. In eight gasnoxa the Tigers piled rap the un
usually heavy total of 3V points agaUnat their opponents, while the Blue In
seven contests sexsred for a total ol S3 polnta. Princeton tallld In every con
ceivable way. Hushing, long darts around ends, forward passes end goals
from field wars all utilised for sooting purpoeea. While eke Tigers rolled tap
their tremendous score their opponents retaliated with polnta. Rutgers,
Dartmouth and Harvard crossed the Orange and Baeck'a goal line. Forward
peases enabled Rutgers sad Dartmouth to reourd touchdowns, whits Haa-rard
carried the ball over by rustling. And it mustn't be forgotten that Brtokley,
the toe wliard, reglatered three goals from the fleU oujulnat Princeton.
VaJe irp to date was satisfied with entailer scores during the year, tout she
protected her goal better Chan tha Tlgere did. In fact, tha BVue was tha only
trig eleven In the East up to the daah with the Tigers to-day whose goal line
haa not been crossed. White Tale made only 19 points, yet aha held iter
opponents down to 6, a field goal la the Weeelyan and Washington Jefferson
games. Records of both teams for tho season sxoluslvs of to-Jys garni
AKS TCR CORNER. OENTtsBbfatNl
men .no House or commone. isvet resort Lstrrd ears as of the)
first Oentlsmen In Europe, watted far the regular order of baelness.
Its been regularly mered and eecosded Uiat Irelaad gats a thrtflo esf
what's coming to her r
Whlng. bang, blrTI
'"hut np. yoa traitor I"
"Ost out. you tralohroua rearealt Where do yaw fltr
'Til anoab you you I mean yon with tha etdewtoe whiskers tbara"
THE SPEAKER The gentlemen will be seated."
CHORUB "Who do you call gentlemen?"
THE HPEAKER "Pleaae hare order, g out omen. D-7o know we are tad
finest bunch of partlar.ienterlans In tbs world, and that tha County Mayo
County Connclt rakes afther ue?
Mr. MelfttU. Ofsstge and Usalosoiet memSsr, ,hU tae Hensa Seek ,f Jtsjaas
a fee flseeAer It goes wild, ft lands on Ma left ago of tfnetsn ObarsnBs,
frrf a fas A oVswoUTy, and U rntse a rssOtsrs vssg sn Ma stglsTa lassai.
MR CHURCHILL -My bsya Wet. 'e 'It met"
THE HPKAKER The gentlemen will come to hordsrr
MR M'Neiii (still going) Til bit yon a belt an tha gob.
THE SPEAKER My wordl What a florae parson. Hs swots Wlastea
a Dioomirr nook and now ha threaten to resort te some ether remarkable
or vioienoa Halt en the gob, wet T Oawn t gas It for a second part of n i
ram uwse la adjourned."
And aa tba Speaker of tha Or eat British House of Commons, juajsg at?
parliaments at times 41 lad slowly out the Bpsaker drew lite IttUs whits
nsreikeronier out or Ms Ion sleeve and said aa tie dabbed Ms
"What a terrlAo pane wn are goingr Hal-
of Rales- or I
Butgers . . ,
Hanrard . .
E. T. UatT.
TU,rfc Tale. O.
. 41 g Weeleyan M
, . 38 o Eoly Cross T 0
.. ai 0 Syracuse ai e
. . A3 O Lafayett, 10 0
. . aa T rn 0
..a 16 Wash, and Jeff. 13 a
. . 84 0 Brown 10
3ia a aa a
r. n But If that abap who had along she
or whatever It was. an ChurehlU'a enfja waa n
kavs dona with htmf Or
" It had happened In tha Amerteaa no
If It bad happened In the bVurtb Ward
of the Temper of Stilettos, or
But what occurred the day after? Oree It ap i sails T
Why. ths gink wot throw the "Book of Rules- and K tha guy wbat
o- we nntiH navy mane an apology Ha said -flit was reprehensible
un. yes. ns ain. AJta ( nurehni. rular tf the Klnrs navee. Ist It go at s
an. sweet laugning roicea Irntn ma bottom a tha seal If
Rules landed on my aye wbat would have happened ee tbs nv
would have oh. what d'ye think should hare happen ad at nil. at all. and
a mi one pnyssoni oonumon 1 am now I
bo hired r been re de rnnrder. And be
witnesses te add thstr
osnertenoe to Ma oath such aa ir 4a
The gunmen wflve did thai ink ass
Rone oalla If, swear that one a rhssso
a roollab "Won," aa wa any In my set-
didn't mis wtth them an the night that
wrsssntnni was 'remoretl " Reversal wit
neaaea swear that Jack Bssa as a ass
like him wtth other willing workers warn
oa tha spot to put Rosenthal aw y 1b
the cowardly style la wMab tba lob waa
Connors Meets Wnlts To-Mlghl.
Itroen'o (lymiiesltssn A. I, to-night rirnim
I'onnoro of HcroiHoD, who lao dofoste.1 KlshtlrT;
Kf.uodi sni oIm. ito.il off Mill lillitMins In s
ten rtniod boot, will meet that hard lotting Poster
weight nf Jereer. Moot Walts. Ussy w01 bettlr
it 160 timsidi. weigh lo at tbs ring olds, la u.r
abor trii roiiisl hont Eddie garter of ll.sts.ne
will mset lion. o Mmlth of BaflsasL Thoro 66il
ho l Si sJnl two four rosuid bopas,
Game Makes Hit
With a large delegation of eorlety peo
ple and prominent politicians of Brook
lyn iouKIng un. Ade.pm t. houl won ai
lootball from I'oly Prep at Washington
1'aj g by a score of 14 to 7. Aa It was.
the lire! invitation schoolboy contest hel.i
In tne Kaat over UOOO admlrara of botti
teatna turned out to nltntsa the tussle.
Tlie most Interesting event of the game
was brought off by ('apt. Drlggs o.'
Adelphl and llalfbai'k Meenan of I'oly.
Willi one mriuto fo pl.iy, Capt, Drlggs
III ked off to Meenun on Hie lgtter'3
cigliteen-yard line. After grabbing t lie
ball, Me.'H.iti 6t6rtat1 off at a terrific
gait. lis got past all of the Adelphl
players with tbs rsceptlon or Wrav.
who brnug.it him .lon bv a flying
ta'-kle after Meet, in had travelled forty
wards. Had deensn secured another
atep advantaoe it is likely the score
would have been 'led.
Both players were loudly applauded
for their great work, especially Wrav
for h'.a clever tackle. Tlie Paly Uuii
brought along a goose us a mascot, but
tba oedelph. bulldog Aaartjr sat II up.
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fa vast aa i
If tha witnesses whose
rletea Becker are to be belle red toss
some of them who swear aa cheerfully
aaaslnat ths ssjmnen are to bo set slds-r-64s
la oonrra-tlouoa. what as a sane.
fooVfeerlrsar man coln as say about It?
A VorCaS-Aw, blow 'am all to HaMfaa
anil baajls a new aaaL
Wall, what Aa roo know abavt tStatT
Didn't hs soaoe set It juat rlsjhtt
T at nwrnrsma TO TKtiCK thae Har
man Rosenthal. trf&oaJ 6ms Ih of ths
rreat and stall unexplerea
la still alive and never eras
at all. at all I
Honker, tho luckless poDoe on bm.lt era.
has been sent away to the Death House
for ordarlnc Rosenthal to be shot at
dawn or thrown off a doob of trussed
uj and put In a etone cm ah sr. or eosne
thina In faot. I don't know ssavetly
wha4 particular line of dsstruotstra waa
desired by the gsntls-arrtndsd Mr Becker
to have befall Herman Rosenthal
throiiah the kindly Intercession of ths
Hon. Jaok Roes, of shiny pate and
aklnnv heart, but I do know that tho
law haa anna Its ruthless war. I know
that sMhsr Bo oner la the victim or aa
awful innepirary on the part of a bunch
of self-oonfresed crerninal rata or thai
those pests are (ho most monumoretal
fakers In all tragic history. Oat mat
Rosa swore that he hired tho aunmsn
now nn trial to kill cat It Mil or slaw
I tha 1 nomine and equawklna Barman
TilREB ROfihma IT TOOK, tti ay tall me. to knock oat TTtu, Roeusl TIedan
at tha onaaa-omont between those two ambitious exponents of tne nobis
art of aslf pi oaai ration la ths 3orty-fsorth street House of Activity
,n laat Thwrsdny nWrht t say -they toll me- ksasaai I didn't aw ap to see what
i knew was to bs a ffllllm.
Did I del tha figures etralgfltT
A TOICTJ Tee. Hngan waa lotocked oat (n tha rhtrd rewnd
Then I book my pan in Itand to writs ftvoes few pert I sent and trtsaflkr Hnes:
Hosun eama here with a reputation based nn ths presumption thst evsry-
hOdf he had foua-ht on the OoMen Coast want down with one iBsihflu snssaVk frasa
his awful loft or right-or perhaps from bath I forgot what tha dlrrfl ha had.
Roxlng news comes wrapped up In queer packages from ths Band Lata,
md like all the boobs In the Real T watched young Mr. ""pn sa sea wdusa
tie had to offer In tha way of a polthogue.
I.oray. lordy, he hadn't a wallop, a lab. a hawk, a orosa or a Irs. sM
cmldn't uss even his fsst to fill arway from danger or tha small rrsodlowaa S6T
gray realtor la his eonk to dope out haw bo could fiddle along to tha seat sf si
A VOK'K Yon moan he waa punk.
Keep still you I Hs waa. Wa ell knew it. Bat ha heat kaaaltad seat eassasM
body In Frisco, ao his boomers said, and his name waa "One Roaad Hoejaam
That comblnallon waa enough to secure a hearing here ha tba Bast aad It as
ths boxing bualnsss managers working. Rogan eerurod a data wtth WalpasBl
and Wnlgast hit hire a Jolt In ths slats In tbs first roaad that etiaald bar aaat
Mm wafting on an alrahlp In a green and purple akr. Rut R-. .,.
... ' - o-i wee mil or coDomoa raal I
irs mo regular excuse.
A nsw manager took hold of him. "He'll Improve,"
Hall do betther-
Hogan haa bssn conalatently licked ever since Thafa haw ha has I
mere isn t a itc in him. There never waa. There ehould not bs a
-eaaon lo tout that buffoon from California whose "One-RoumT- un. .
no one knowa how or against whom but I seriously auaasaot t . s,s .
of getting knocked out In One Round, and that some local Hand Lota
'"'" 'i wves on ssnsi us as may oaiiea Hand Car of in i Ime) a ntiansjl
Leach Cross took too long with Hogan laat Thursday night He
nmnnnu ...ni in mo nrsi rouna ana no could. Then Laaehla should
licked everybody who waa concerned In making ths match staatsw H
vis. ll Ah. . LI. -XL. ..l S IS
"use ssios mm aim sua snin lOUng Corbet! Who
A VOICE "DM Cross hurt him, alrf" "
I1.NrllT.nar tTroT HOt" W" " MMIrtM" "
OWN on Iiorag Island thsy are atlU
arwwtns; about an allege,! election
held on Nov. I laat Hare le
defeat by the allies last tall, and yes-
1 fws jomraary admitted to tba
bar Has airing is should ha the nmjti
About nine months aoTo I bat a suit
of slot haa that Roosevelt would get
the norranatjun for Preeldont (The
third party was not dreamed of at
that time ) Also I bet a hat that if
he did get the nomtrietr-n Rooeerelt
would bs sleeted. READER.
Arnaganeett, N T.
Tou say -osj hot nine months ago that
Koossrvslt would got ths nomination.
Than undoubtedly you bet he wouli get
the regular ItepuMlcan nisnUnatksn, evon
though you did not say "RepubhV-an."
and von kiee. You oan't arm a bet on
a quibble w I. ere I am referee. Tou lose
the hat bet aleo. Pay up and earn the
resveot of the sports of AmagansoU.
Hut whtre can you buy a hat In Ama
(ana It' And I'd hate to wear one
hoitsTlit tn your nearest metropolis. Bag
board to fortune when hs bangs It eat
in tha Rl T.ane or BrowTsSvwIa
SOMlIrTTanCfl WOliraB AWPEAR from
the best of us that are not soured
try ths writer with tbs vinegar that
the reader wants to ascribe. It honn.n.
often to roe. that la my gentle, kindly
way s am accusea or sayiag or writing
things that are entirely foreign la their
concept from my Intent For aestsssahj
I said a while ago that a Llmsrlck man
couldn't wear a dress or svsnlng suit
with proper grace or dignity. I waa aa.
aallsd for it and belabored about It
Talking It over with BUI Crowley af
the County Claremen's Association laat
night ha aald he had ths kindest re.
gardj for the Llmarlcka and all other
benighted counties of Ireland, and rsal
lied the issue Bo he baa out out tba
requirement for glad rags at lbs rscsp
Uun of his county men next Saturday
evening at ths Lsxlngton Avenue Opera
Houae, on East Fifty-eighth street BUI
does not quiver when facing a situation
such aa this, because the Clareman
.I, YES, aa I have aald before.
I 1 Hrosvnsvltle la fast forcing itself
Var onto the map. PltkJn avenue's
revel of white lights haa eh-eaily axouaed I
t'e a. lml ration of Headway, while tha I make Kood in presentation of their
(Saturday night puradea of Its hedla-1 eridar of joys ths way thsy used la
iMinaail uavoahtarg have the gtrle of oisr:hav N J home, bleaa 'ami Think of
own firanil street worked Into spawns '. Jimmy Barry of tba White Rata, with
of violent envy. A live wire who haa I al1 h "bl Unera" on the vaudeville
ielpesi iiuiterlally to tKii.m the extraor- a'" aiding him. and think of Martin
.Unary growth of llrosraai'tlle 's ex- ounivan. me msminan snncnar' and
Al.lmntan Aleok Drescher, who pus'iod
to pomrlellon the Miuvl.-lpal Hatha
ure-r' by Tlie Evening Wi.rl.l, ami wtu-b
baUl6 it l hoped to treble In plat ant
Pdpaott shortly a.s wll as furttlaliing
,i ft batli'.ng outfit to each r-'tlseri.
K several years ago studied for
IgWi l'1" he couldn't go through w'th
is Sa 'i i I 10 cet out and
fisher, and P J, VValah, who came out
here to raise tha tone of us all, and of
John J. Heston and Jeremiah Kstt and
I.uke (I'Cunnell and John Cluns aad
Jim lteldy an.1 Jim Burke and Pat
West and "Doc" Qulnn well, think at
It. I'll go anywhere that a doctor.
cap go. 0
r. r Mnncner in i lare
bus Us. Ua rasumad ue sUs4y aMar ImS man wks oaaoaaa aa OiUsdajr.