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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, 1TOVEMBE 80, 1911.
14
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
EDITED BY
UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSY
ROBERT EDGREN
DUNDEE KNOCKS OUT
FRANK! CONLEY IN
NINETEENTH UNO
New York Featherweight Leads
All the Way in Los
Angeles Bout.
EUROPE IS BUSY INTRODUCING AMERICAN SPORTS
Copyright, lilt, The Press Publishing Co (Ths New York World).
COLOMM
- 1 1 ISA IM SO
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It Was the Work of the Ameri
can Athletes at Athens in
1896 That Started the Ath
letic Revival in Europe.
CesyrUbt 101 2. by Tho Pesos r i' .KT.lt To
(Th. New York Woritll.
a I.I. Kurutye la beginning to adopt
AA Amerlinn sports. A row years
io the word "sport" was nn
known outside of Knglnnd. and athlete
games played for pleasure wpri unheard
f an th Continent
Within the paat three or four yenra
France haa Rons wild with enthusiasm
over the old Knfllsh sports of boxInK
and Rugby football. Hosing:, In fa t,
has been Introduced In a number of
vountrli'i. and even Ituaila haa recently
opened Its gates to the glove men. In
Kranre the til football matchea draw
crowda aa re.it aa In England some
times aa many aa a hundred thousand
lectatori attendln a gsme.
Now Sweden haa aent representative
ver here to study the Atm-rii-sri aine
or football. They will see the llarvard
Yala atrule next Haturday. Sweden,
after seeing our athlatea at the recent
Olympic names In Stockholm, haa oonia
tu the conclusion that the sports In
gulfed In by American boyi must be
pretty ood. Ho Sweden hopes to Intr.t
duco the American Ratne of fmttliall.
preferrln that livelier aport to the
milder KiiKllah R.ime of Ruby.
Krance la about to have profeaalonal
baseball. Itli'luir.l Kleiln la to take
over pi'iifeamiiiial playerx and lvn the
fren hmen ihelr llrat taate of the kin
Of professional Karnes. llesldea that,
and in anticipation or Mr. KIcxIii'h
tomlnx. French athlatlo oltltal have
oiaanlxetl an nmulrur baseliull league
And this Is betnl done btfon au Ratne
of baseball has been played n France.
They must think pretty well of Ameri
can taste In siHina. Tha aniiileur ball
l'lavers. no doubt, will learn someliilnK
about the game from watcaln K)itln'a
piofvaslor.ula. In a year or so the whole
flench nation aid be baseball mad. In
three or tour years we'll have to meet
their best teatim or drop that rather
conceited claim that our InterleaKue
ui-tln Is fur th "Championship ..f
the World'
It was Ine work or the AaMriOM atb- j
ii linens in issi mat started the j
athletic revival In Kumpe. Kngland's
aihlelea never made the aport iHiptilar I
all over Kuropc Tke other nations si I
ways looked upon Kngland's penchant'
iui ainieius as a rreak. They never
considered the possibility of beating (
i.ngiano at her specialty. When the
c,od old U. B. came along and wiped
England from Hie athletic map, easily, ,
the Continental nations took up ath-
letlca, hoping to get a crack at Kngland !
themselves and. perhaps, to show the !
Tankers that the old MttBtriSM aren't
ead yet.
x-y " !
AlgJ th.it same line Krumv Is
now sending ua some pretty ood
tig it is Therr'a l.edoux, the
French bantamwelcht boxer, who has
a fairly clear claim to the world s bun-
tarn title. Ledoux makes his first up- 1
pearance In America to-nluhi ai iha
iValrtnoiit A. C, against "liattllng ltel- 1
4y." This Uattllng boy. they lell me, !
made It mlgrity hot for Kid Williams
Ik their ten-round bout, und has beaten
lot of good one at the wekfht. He'll
at laaat fx. able to make the long-a lined
little Krwnchman show what he knows
about the game Gunboat Hmltli tii!
huaky heuvywelght Why stopped Jim
ttavage and jim Stswarl reoantly, is toi
o aga!;i.. t 8ildier Knurns, Kearni hits
tian), hut Smith hits harder. It will he
a heavy artillery engagement.
SeSCTATORfl Bt th(. FrWoaton-Yala
game last KaturUuy are still U!a- i
cuaalng 1he trutiaisirtatlon arrange
meuts that brmiKin tkouaaads to Prince, I
ton from this elty lung after tin. game j
had begun. Two home and fnrt tiiinu- :
tea la a lone time to allow a "apeelal 1
train" to travel forty miles.
ll seems Impossible for the railroads 1
te satisfactorily hamlle the annual rush 1
or iratnr.
This la a atrong argument f,,r dlf
homing of the n'K ...liege fames In New
Yorli. If ti were m1v ci it una t Ii in ..r ..... ti
lug It eaay for the undergradus tea of Sl x;,'llols Skiulng Club on January 7.
one college or the other It would be a ! rh" 'o;lr lhat will make up the
difforrnt Blatter. But the graduate fol- i league are the Crescent A. C, Irlah
lowers of lh... sport greatly outnumber : American A. C. Hoefeay Club and the
essnnwu.1,1, Him a majority of
the graduates llvo Nthtr In N
York
tnt or utaer cities wltliln easy reach
U on the main lines of the big railroads.
If New York had a great stadium built
eapecluUy to accommodate a hundred
thousand speotatora at these big games
It could come near ucco'iimudai Iiik tbe
crowds. The different lines converging
upon New York could easily handle the
l i rush of truffle, un.l It ..inM t.A
no hardship for the students. As It Is.
(. i,. . r.i. .
When a game Is held In Princeton only
the frlmeton men axe at borne. Tli.-
Vale students hav.- to go to New York
am, then on to Princeton, where ihey'r,
likely to he alileli a. ked somewhere, n
on last Saturday, and miss at least a
port at the game after taking trains
sutheduled to arrive with plenty of time
to spare. When the aame Is held In
New Haven the arrerurementa are but
but
little better. The Princeton students
have the Jong trip, with poasiblllty of
delay an route.
Ijtckmg a college etadlum here 1t
would be a good thing for the rollegea
10 rent the Polo Orounds, for Instance,
which lies Idle when the baseball season
Is over. Many a good big game was run
off In the Polo around s tn the good old
day when Columbia was one of the big
football colleges. i
Three-Cornered Tie
If Hoppe Doesn 't Beat
Morningstar To-Night
Vetern George Slosson Will Have
Another Chance to Win 18.2
Title If Champion Loses Game. 1
BY BOZEMAN BVI.GER.
r
T'S up to Willie Hoppe to win
thn billiard championship o
n it in or throw himself Into a
throe cornered tie that will drajr.
more days. Iloppe'a only "out"
now I to ko In and beat Ora
MornlRitar. That Is not so easy aa
It might seem for It muct vbn re
membered that the Pittsburgh star
has lost but two games. If he
should beat Hoppe to-night the two
of them will be tied with Slosson
for first place.
So great Is the Inlciest In the dccld-
lug match lo-i,lKlit that UM big ball
room of the Aator Hotel will be turned
. ' . , I
Into a temporary theatre that will be
large enough to handle the crowd. The I
luesent playing 'grounds" on the roof
Is to.i small for so Important n battle.
In the betting Hoppe la favorite, but j
In. k nits a big figure In blllinnls ns Is I
shown by the fact that Yamada hat
beaten them both.
8LOS30N HA8 CHANCE FOR,
FIRST PRIZE.
By defeating ('line tn a brilliantly '
.,.., i iraiuc Slosson
the old atudent
put hlmaelf In
an advantageous posl-
Hon. 'Ho geta aa good as second money 1
no mutter how It breaks and eta i
chance tor first prise If Morningstar
ahoultl happen to come out a winner
IQ - nhjUL
This Is one of the moat Interesting
nnlshes ever known In
tournament.
Sloaain pluyed a masterful game'
throughout and held ('line safe at u!l
tuges. In the lust Inning ha needed
73 to 90 out and bi skilful mancouverlng
made It. He lost control of the . balls
after he had made hla fiftieth shot.
They were badly acattered, but Just
when the crowd thought the old student
wa" on'' ''e made a beautiful "round-
the-tuble" shot and git them together
on the side rail near the oentro of the
table. He held them there until he bad
made the lust curom.
w'He the rsns were watching the
t,,r" of the aiosaoii-fljiio inat.h the
Amateur Hockey League
Season to Open on Jan. 7
Because of SrfTall Number of
Clubs Three Rounds of Games
W ill Be Played.
FINI'IMJ tluu :t would ill. llllpussltlli
for the four teams In tin Amuteu:
Hockey League to tlnlsh out th.
playing season by liaWng tliem Indulge
i In a two-round schedule of games, the
schedule committee at Its meeting at tho
I St. Nlchnlaa Illnk decided to have them
Play ti triple round favglnnlng with a
Kume lietwecn tli" Monkey Club and the
st Ni,h,,i.. skntimr ntuh Th N..
York A c team and the W'unilorcr.s
,; have resigned from Die lemma.
R.kiirlntf that ii TTaatiril liui In Msrrh woulit
Sot I i.f sn fcaajsftt IS rlub. Krnnk Ksr
Ski aasJM nf tlM lliyl.lsnJers. lis. .nil. a nit
tli, .Kltjiitlen gaaiv. vktck lib t.sui wu ; ill.-!
t issv tli u s In Ctsetasstl sa alsreli 311.
i .ill una ill KairHl t. 1 . . ' : ilrr tu rrnisuu
( 1! II- 1 to .1.1 ..it .11.1., III. tj.uit.
, vl''!or. ?f!t .!,",...Iu,"'Ub. ,".'T,ui!' ."'
""' srdeii Atlilctlr Cluli. cabled that M.arl. e
lhoe0Oi , ,tlUj. rjsral RsV ..t Kr.nc. .ml
, Mr,ei b.ril.. i on. t Hi. i.at ut tbt FrKii
mi 1.11. 'luisiu-w Men. ass bees .Urnrd tu sjcaav
Ti"'. MlfflrbSeS
iv. imii.,u.i .l.,,n Iui, . i... , .,. .it I't.mr.
,!"' '"" ,!S" soustw sfiss mAiu-i lis.
"","k1 W ukt 'r' "' " bvt "
; Tbsn will bs i Ism iniiasies akjk) osrrd rae.
sity rses bet xerii ll.n.rt Prtaestsa snl I'mui
sjissals asii lustsus nlssa DsearM is.n. an.
carry. A trnl.tnr .KTreim-iit I- . u iiiailr to i
reiir.MMil.tli.. ut tin- IhSSI iiiilit-raltlss. Acci.nl '
li'S tu tu. r .... i m a, iius .dotitrd. tli.
first rs,-. will U liH.l in I'.miiridi. m-xt Msi
Alter II', l till' (Sir sill Hi. hrM tu rlill. 1.4, .111.
.lid I'micetuu rv.rr tlunl .t t'r.w. nf i ..
iiin. iHillrge, liars ' .''-I in-bin at th. Atu.-r
lisu 1 1. i.l. Iirld in rhu rltr, but tliere ha. n,isr
iMten s n.i. . rac. bHssca Lhr unity crte. of
tliSM Ho', universities. I
N.ter liefors as tber. an bv.kIi int.rsat m.i.l
I.aUd sa tli. r.- li In ttu oinl attucllc carnttsi
ul ii.. H..-..I I'.ist (Mfir. Clark, sod gurty
..isnii. Uikiei.ni A. A . wlucii tajtsasylac uu
V
STANDING OF PLAYERS
IN 18.2 TOURNAMENT.
Illli tilth
Vim. Won Last, AiBfiui. HOB
Ram n i w T it ti2
Mornltifiitsr ..4 if if I 1MB 17
son S I IS S ib IM
ntat s is 20 rm u
Vanuda 4 .1 lift 13H
l-l .1 4 US 17 21 1.12
S-eten 2 S 20 2O24 140
Taylor 1 S 16 ill 1 1T
I south room was the Kerne of n lively
bout between Yamada, the .Tap, and
Taylor of Milwaukee The little Or!-
( entnl champ, In kja last game or thj
.tournament, cut looae for fair And played ;
i the Westerner off his feet. Yamiidn.!
' gnve by far tils bent exhibition of the.
tournament. Hfl avernged 2". and played I
i ao rapidly that the game wan overl
nearly an hour before the BloSSOll-ClltlS I
affair.
V A MA DA HAS BRIGHT BILLIARD
FUTURE.
Ynmti'la and his Japanese friends an1 1
ImmetiKcly plcuHcd at his showln luj
his first ohamplornthlp torunament. He
' learnen mucn rrom IMnsju.
n h" 'ham" on The vetern Aniei l. an
playkn any that In a few years lamada
w hav R KO()1, chnri,,,, fa buth ,..
, , und n i cham,p0nshlpa.
The little brown man has proved one.
or the greatest drawing carda .r tha,
tout key and the manapcra of the affair
who brought him all the way from Her-!
U ! congratulating themselves,
Yamada did wonderful work In nursing i
'the balls on the line as well ai Cross-1
tRlite" .Irawlnir. Ta v'ttir u ia no mutch
for him and It can be Imagined how
much this delighted the Jans In the
audlen.'
All the players will be prcctited
at
the big match to-nlglit
THE 8CORES.
Afternoon Game.
Itani .'. ball) -T
s. K i. M, fa. I, M. o
I' . . ..... - '
i
I, S. 42. St. M.
I 1 II Ail 1.1.
Ill if Hi kklT nio;
. Hutten l.il balll 1. 2. 1. 10. 1. B 0. S. k
0 7. 47. It. II 0. L 1. 0. M, I. Total. 180
pilntfl; avit4Bo. 8, hlli runs, 4t, 47 and 11.
HSfvfM YteiaM J. llslUalirr.
Evening Games.
Yni. Iwrhlte bill! O. 27. Kl
4A 0 ! :
I. 0. I, L aW, Wi, H. ta, I, TS, M. is,
ffTrllt mmm 1
Talw (riot tall) -T, 4. SB. 0. 0. 0. O. 4. O, !
M 10 O 21. :i2. 2. li, Stt. 42. 27. TnUI S7l1l
polnta, aierajfe, it 7 IB; liltli runa. 54. 42 ani 32.
Mairii-i- i ' i i in.i. j. tsitiiajriiflr
- s-s.il (aikil Uiilr 4 10. lO. ft. 17, 0, 1, 1.
0. O. L 4, 27A 2, 4. Rf. S l I, 0. I fi. 111.
1. n. 2. 2Tt, ii.l, 71. 7.1. tVXaJ Wat jKjLnt;
aieraar. 10 4 : iiiith rum. Ill, 7.1 aiul 71
Cltrn Iwhllv tMll) 2A. .". IO 11 ii, 0. 0. (1.
ft. t Ttf 0. K M. i. Ift. 4B, I, 1ft, 4. 14. 2.
0. 2.1. 7. 11 22. 11. 10. ToUl :t66 insinti;
iverart'. 9 27 .'U high run. 4B. :4 atwl 24.
ltff..i.H. Alhetrt t'uUer.
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
FOR HOCKEY LEAGUE.
First Round.
Tuesday. Jan. 7 Hockey Chin vs
Bt. Nicholas.
Friday, Jan. 10 Crescent A. C. vs.
I A. A. C.
Monday, Jon. 1.1 Hookey Club vs
1. A. A. C.
Wednesday, Jan. lV-.St. Nicholas
vi Crescent A. C.
Tuesday. Jan. H St Nicholas vi.
I. A. A. C.
Friday, Jan. :4Crescent A. C. vs.
Hockey Club.
Second Round.
Tuesday. Jan S- Hockey Club vs
Mt. Nicholas.
Friday, Jan. 81 Creacont A. C. vs.
I A A. C.
Monday, Feb 3 Hockey Club vs
I. A A. C.
Wednesday, Feb. 8 -Crescent A. C.
vs St. Nicholas.
Tuesday, Feb. 11 Ht. Nicholas va
I. A. A. C.
Friday. Feb 14 Crescent A. C. vs.
Hockey tUub.
Third Round.
Tuesday, Feb. asHockey Club vs
St Nlchuliii
Frlday, Feb. "1 Crescent A. C. vs
I. A. A. C.
Monday, Feb. 34-iHockey Club vs
I. A. A. C
Wednesday. Feb. 28- SI Nlehola
va. 'riBoint A. C.
TlMatday, Murch t-si Hlokotal va
L A. A. O,
Friday, March 7 -Crescent A. C. va
Hockey Club.
next Hslurdsy rvtnine. Nut. UH. .1 lit l-'orty
sevenlii llpsliucnt Ariuury. Ki.ry ni.ll. brinrs s
l.i. ti of new entrie, ta srerll the lous ll.t that
Is iiuw un hand, stul s traat will in- In .tor. not
nil fur tli. i.iv.-ii uf sport but tli. ftuersl iiub
llu sa well.
I tu an unlntereatinfl enntsst of t.n rounds. Hill
MrKlnnon of limtiin had th. Wit.-t of ltarllny
I Ma I. t.n nf Jrraay City st Mi. Bmsu (tynina.iisn
, A. A. show. Thu uieu iliil
I'liititlfi a : '! 1 i.i f n u
i and In many uf tn, rounds
, ,r laudrd.
ti fffrt-tli 110W
Eddie Murphy to Box
Jack Britton Again
Boston Boy to Get Chance to
Retrieve Lost Reputation
on Dec. 8.
BY JOlfN POLLOCK.
A mil three days of dickering a
match baa at luat been arranged
between Jack Britton. the Cht
esafO Ughtwelght. and Dddtt Murphy, of
llostnn, who Is one of the best fighters
hda welht ever developed in New Knff
: land. They were signed up to-day to
clash In a ten-round bout a.t Kenosb.
! Wis., on Dec. 8, at 1ST pounds, weigh
! In at & r. M. This will be their second
I fight, BrHtOn having knocked tmt Mur-
phy In eleven rounds at the I'ilgnlm V
I A. of Hoaton a few months ago. Mur
I phy claims he was 111 when he fought
ltrltlou, and only boxed to nave the for-
fcUt
bls managnr bud potted for the
OOtVtMt Button Is to receive thirty
-...r
1 P
.ont. of tho groH receipts.
I
Joe J'sitietCe the ' rmt lifm i sir r who ia
i'(uiai)leit le tm 'lile in geUlru men to fight hlruT
oaa iHiaiir lanneo a O'liii, ite
will meet (George
Harvard Never Has Been So Fit
To Face Yale Team on Gridiron
lflierlsl tn The Eranlns World.)
OAMIHIIKJ-F., Msss.. Nov. 31 This
afternoon there wlU pnrba'bly be a
sorlnsmagr within the stsullum's walla,
but It WlU be of a light nature. With
out wishing to cause the lightest feel
ing of ovei'oomfi.lenee anions the play
ers, (he coaches believe that, quite dif
ferent from what Is the case at New
Haven, the preparation for Hat unlay s
game g practl. ally completed. The
scouts who were at Prtnoeton aay that
the plav.r to which Yale waa committed
In thai game wore old friends of the
Harvard squad.
There will he llxht work again to
morrow, after which the backfield play
ers wl'l go bo New Haven for practice
on Yale iFleld, returning as far aa New
Und..n where the backa Willi be Joined
lay the linenion on Friday afternoon.
In the absence of the bankil1ii a.iuad
$20 Will Buy
An Excellent Suit
Or Overcoat to Measure
You can choose from several l.ii.'.dred
pav.terns. Your choice will be made
up to your fancy exactly as you dictate,
and when it's finished it will fit fit
your figure and your personality. Ready
made shops cannot duplicate these styles
at all. Other reliable merchant tailors
charge double our price. To be con
vinced, you must call. Do it to-day.
$20
OeAC Of MIM
'Urintian. ltrT wright of 'olummi. 0 . In a
tin nninil cnntMt at a uliow to c tinurlit off at
OsNOafMals, O.. .m th nfglit of Vi. ITT. After t.nli
iwurt Jeanert will try to t on a malh with Tnj
Ho. wh 1faatt?d Al Palapr In Phr.adalpwJa latt
Yo.inaT Brown. V i.mmiiinf r .v.' aMa !Uli?
WMPPB) lia TaTkrtEen tip tot rnrpe nrttni v
ininsfsr. IHllv Newnnn. IL flrt wlU hs itn
fssajBe Majlden for ten nmnls 1 t ilis Falrrn int
uliv at live Hntile A. ('. of Hrooklvn on lie-. It
nrnl the thlnl wlnb Yo-ina lhaoa of ProrHeiira t
Hr rwn'a 0mnajiitn on Der. lfl.
Anxl EMM ' engan in one armrt trout before fo
lni urns' Un BeOODVtf m Wtb tan-rountj hoit '
at the Hirlen 4. C n le J. Mike mMam
I the rrark Ht. Paul nii4rdlewelarhr. will bank lip witli
J-st Mr arreti. the .'mM-iuutna: nrii:er or witaee
rtarra. !'., in a ali-nmtifl boiit at a sneelal iiMM i
tn tie 1 to ttve Nfttltmal A. of I'.u' .!rl: l,u
to night. Glhhuna ia to rerelve $1,000 for hla enJ.
Sailer Whtte ftirntaert a tig awiae to -ruaVine
Jtm Haxnr. tiie r(iic4o hfarvwatilit. quit at thu
entl of the fourth mnort tn a hnut at Ktaten laUrttl.
liaa been mat'ierl on the ntrentli of that ricrorv
lo meet Artflmr PUT, the Ikear. weight f New Bne
1 . t. in a ten rnvTio umat at OluVopee, Maae.. on !
t uiK-jgn 'in Par.
Tommv Bergen, live "Lewtatw Bearcat '' who i
won three hmrta lael week, defeating Iirr' iA .
lenl Tigue an I hi-1 Merrier. wtU go art tn a,
few Jav. where tie wiM take ;art in anottier n.
He will tarkle Huh "Wildcat" Terua of Kanaaa
ritj in a fifteen -roiind go at Ikaytou. O., on Dec.
8. Tu' wrll flffht at 14 i'iDda.
MB illy Crirpp. the niM1eeirh4 if ai Inia.
who 4aaa wn unable to get on a bout trre m
u-iT of t)i men In Hi Hue owing fo the fart tiur, I
1 have e'l aldaeteisel him. haa leen ,-un"i i
., tr instrnnr of tha New Polo A. A. tiruiiii !
..n ; OM le)rge Kirkwood, the crark &X, Leouia
featherwelfrht.
the heavier line material will have the
Stadium grlJIron to ibseaf on Thursday.
Hy no means the least consideration i
In any estimate of Harvard's prospects
against Yal la the reajly superb iihvsl
caj condition of the Y1mson players.
It Is doubtful If Har'ard ever ap
proach, d her annual gridiron conflict
with Ya'.e In as good phyalcal condition.
There have been Injuries, of course, to
the Jfnrvard retruuara during the sea
son, but they have not been numerous,
and In every case bofheraoime rather
than serious. .
All this was very evident In yeater
day's sebslon st Soldiers' Field, when
each and every member of tbe regular
squad, with the exception of Quarter
back Harry Gardner, was on hand.
fJhvrdnsf was slightly laid up In the
Dartmouth game, but It wsa 1n no way
serious nnd be wtti report for work to
day to Ml his customary position.
$
20
Arnhcim
Broadway and 9th Street
Yale to Take Men Out of
Game Saturday as Fast
As They Become Tired
Lefty Flynn and Captain Spald
ing of Backfield Likely to Be
Substituted Several Times
During Harvard Battle.
(Sperlil to The FlTWini Woeld.1
New Haven, Nov. JO.
ALU Is planning to uae many
men in the gnmo against
Harvard, and aa fast as one
man shows any signs ot being tired
he will be taken out and a fresh
man put In. This will be particu
larly truo in the back field where
Yale Is planning to relieve Flynn
and Captain Spalding several times
during the game, letting them go
back at the beginning of the next
period.
Phllbln will probably benr the brunt of
ine anacK on ina narvaea leam. c
WM aaved In the name against Princeton
,iud has be?n avl in thp QrtmWIlgtttg.
Ho can hit the lino harder than anv
AMUSEMENTS
SKW YORK'H UAWXO TITKATKKH.
P MP ID IT B'way it eOUi'dt. Kra. at 8.10.
LlVirmr. BtiftBal Wed. iat. t S.IO.
NAZIMOUi. Bell lDonna
LYCEUM tfafaWM!.--'BILLIE
BURKE jKgTOt
fikQQICK 33t)i t. nr. H'ee. Bts. S.llO.
UAKKItk Mstnni Wed. 4c -1st. 2.1S.
JOHN MAS0NR.-.Tfr.!f
TRY
"Bmamama
Donro
EVERT
mtJTB."
TlMllfl
FOR
WHAT
AILS
YOU?
CRITERION
11 ... A -tui
EV5. 8.1 5. HRHT
M T.T-l.Y.a.1B
UADPIC W. 4M st. Kvsoirars s.lsj. Mata
nAKKIOriccA twaBTlat.80e ii.so.
Last ewll hero. Nott sieli I'srk Th.stro.
A RICH MAN'S SON 'M
Nut Mon.. Angustii, Thoraas'a MliBK MAN
Jk II i,sv, Kis,. S.IS
"Uat. Wed., st
. w.a.
(at, fide II.
'li. l.aitsb
THE VCMiiUI urKFT ITasUsssjk
111. Jl.LI.Utt ,f.,..L. .
line Novelty
HUDSON lI.r': lit
MRS. FISKE llll. II KOAJI.
atlDaf H st. tV Ool. Oircls. Kej. g.lU.
r AAIV M.tlnci Saturdnv sl 1.11,
"THE GYPSY" EtelJ ttffl-
Nest Monday "A RICH MAN'S SON."
Ntw Amsterdam IftJM; Irfti
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
IBI7DTVW. Sid St. Eo. S.15. M.ta Vini. i
LIDClAl I sat 2 IB Wed. Mat. Sue II 50.
M -1 - L-E-S-T-O-N-E-S
OHl OH1 DELPH1NE
"NICODEMUS,,
THE RACE HORSE IN
Z1EGFELD
FOLLIES
AT THK MOI I.IN Kill 1K.
Is Blue Ribbon Winner
as laughter" is "concerned.
POP! l.AH IIATIMl; IO-IU1.
r'Alt'TV tirosdasj .V stllll st. Kt.S.l.'.
OAIE.1 I Matinrca W.I .V Sat. 3.15.
Cr-j rv Will keen you Inusblna
u rrnm liealniilna te end.
Kia.a.lfi. Maui.Wel. A Mai ,3.15
UUM'IIIIMKKV Ot STONE,
afr.Nl JAMS,
THK I.AHV OT THK SI.IITKR
GLOBE
Academy
OK Ml'rtlC 14 Ht..Imni 11.
Snuiking l' rmi'tnl
j.aht mat INF K TO-DAY. 25r.
st 1.4 VK
a tin a as s os - - - f
WlUum Km nnw rtnt
THE WIZARD
umj of oz
HaI BaIt-Ibavvs chori's, ioo.
OLYMPIC
Ksst Uth Ht. i'lsw. lSWMiit
Mat. Tu-dar. Heat, il.le.
To.!iaht-9kwri mnVffkmS. , CRACKER
Taiinvlay Ainst.nr Ntght. iarire
f'ridar Oountri eVoto. JACKS).
Kl IXI nSoSM 3lBS& jssaa. ua
OIJUU MATINEE KVKRY DAT AT !
T1 RAINEY'SAFRICAJNHUfp-
other Yale back and this offsets hla very
dangeroua tendency of fumbllns. Markle
la expected to vie with Tumpelly In goal
kicking.
The second scrimmage of tha week will
be held this afternoon at Yale Field
with the whole varsity In except Bo
me1sl r. who wrll be restod all the week
and who may not play Saturday. The
coaches will not say that the bl; end
la so badly hurt that he cannot ;day.
but he haa not had on a uniform this
week and has attended all the prac
tices with his street clothes on.
Sunn of the coaches are looking
pretty blue and one or two others who
have heen with the team practl. ally
continually for the past three weeks
still think that Yale can defeat Har
vard. 'Many bets are being made here
that there will be no touchdown by
either side. This Is considered an even
bet.
Trpndall Winn on Foul.
(0Mda1 tu.Ttie BtMlM WM4.1
IT,
inril.', .TJt, stll. I IUI-- UVIIIH if! 'IP lltfJ
I ill 1. Ilea .in i-n i i ? .i I
, Kr. i.ufs) A. O, pflftmcw io 1'f t iff faatMt
mHllTrg ever seen here, with a HfOfd ttttlllira.
; In the main event t-etween BtVQ TrenJ.ill of St.
jgWI inl Joe fvierman of !emiri. tlia fataaar
waa :ve qecivn on n OUi in tue KliiU.
MUSICAL.
MKTKOPOI.ITAN' OHKK A IKM '
.. Tu-nlKht at S, Cav. Knstk-ana and Past-
llaccl: Thnrs. at s, Kausl j h'rl i ita
niin I eesrauti flst. Aft. at 3, Mas;ir Flutei
Hun. ut s :it Concert, Klnian. VlolTn. t'rrm
stad. OlU Or. h. Cond. I'idaroi.
HARnMAN PIANO I SEIt,
AMUSEMENTS.
ftSAtl. TWICE DAII V Aft. at 2 I
TWICE DAILY SjfJ
MOTES
WINTER GARDEN n';
CrK'T.Ujf'rO-.NIOHT AT N SHARP.
PATRONS I'I KtIK UK KKATED.
I.l Kl HI IE IIHOAIIUW
. ... .A. vv i TO PARIS.
C O 1 IN U
o .v Mtttli St, Kir, s.15.
Mats. Wed., sat.. Thankas's.
THE MERRY COUNTESS
WEBER & FIELDS'
.New Mu.lr Hall.
All-Htar sttM'k f'o.
44tli. Jo,t W. d B'trsr, TO-Jf OK'W-NK.IIT
"Rulv Poly" A s b-uisaijiie "Wltlioilt tli, Lee. '
bALl S
aa; .... I .HSU It, Ergs. M.I.Y
.il..Hat. Iv l . i ; i ..... . i S.
THE RED PETTICOAT
39TH" ST. 'MBlWVIl
Annie Rimell' jn' ii,
MA VINE Tlisa..S.b..t li ' A 0 At. Bo.S.ff
El.l.lOI'T'H'Ms's. Wad.. Sst. A Thsnkssiilu
READY MONEY
s vDIf US, Wast o( U aj. Kas. s.UO
L.I axAV MbU Wl.taot. S Tlianklr a. I
FAVERSHAM'S JULIUS CAESAR.
Cjut indudM Mr. Fiferthjtii, Prank Kmuid
Tyir. I' iwtr. riiller MillWh. Miw imm OwQ
48TH SL THH
ostb. K ut B y. Km. 8.U.
Mat.. Thiua. A Ha;., a 15.
WILMAM
NEVER
COLLIER
SAY DIE
Till' l unnir.t
Pares in
New York.
il AYUnilNjF'4''!h. K "' H'sy. Kirt. H.15.
k LAIMUUOC Mala. Wed.. Thura. A Hat.
LITTLE WOMEN
COMEDY W&gm
'Tori's.'" i"'' rnny' First Pliy
WEST EMU tfg.KifT.XXir s.
L i TT L E M I SS B RO WN
'new V0h
TfUXTRlJ
TTNiON S(j-
J H'vray Utk at,
1 AILV M ATS, tse.
COLONIAL
BVsv S'J1 St.
inll.v M i i Sai.
ALHAMBRA
!Ta7th A.t20tb Kt.
li.MI.V liaT. sfe.
BRONX
Ulltli St. -3d A,.
DAILY MATIA 2o.
n . . -. , , 1
ROUT. T. H. I NUL Ot
truda VandrrMIt mil
(Iro. M r-- Mftrlan M r
nf, Pt-sm ltjr. othrTt.
wish po. i pint
kteff ln"W. Hirry lox
A NyllpiO-.p KNlcr ..'hv
Laiky'i I J 1 1 1 Ptrisicnin,
Vera Mii hflrna. .m o .
Krvlrr Hb., Lad4ia i ltl.
Tht-o. 1T najrera.
VaudtrUla AnlxiTtraary '
14 ALL STAR ACTS
Curtain. I IS an I T.4R.
i Ii ul. Mata. 10 to iec
HAKLLtVl Huuaf.l M( K (O. in
THE UAMULt K9
UFO 'aauiii TllsU.. lFy 4ad St. E.M.I6.
MUM Mt..Wl..at.Wd III. S& l.bu
QE0R6E M. COHAN . "liniadeay" Sfej.
a s4svy"T5iway oSss.Kra' k.l&.Usta. Waa. si
A9l UK Hat. IM. Wad. Mils., SUV . II SO
a nir UIT Deuilaj FAIRBANKS in
A Bill til 1 HAWTHORNE If tke U. t. I.
' aKirt OT-era ll.nuie.)dHt ,','e'rti A? 7fis.S'.lK
OKAIN1' liMU, Msta. To Day ft Sot
BLANCHE RING The Wall St. Girl
lAC UICDCD'Q B'ssy J. 2UlbHt. tt. B .S).
JOfc WE.On.rlO Mata Wed. A Sat., 2.30
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN SSfc
itarniriKl DAAF1M Ht. A sth a
AWUsloIossalo wr ., Ni-h. aTtr
HWEET
TrRKlRH
ATII " llant Waatsr's Ha
Waslsr s Seals. 1'hnsio A Allan.
Corti. A Fluronro. Musti'sl
ana ousts.
.vaus sun
f.SperU! .. The Brento World.)
IXD8 ANUEbES, Nov. 10 Brosdwaf
haa sent us a "bear." Johnny Dundee)
by name, a featherweight with the clev
erness of a Corbett and ths "kick" e)f m
Ketchel.
Dundee knocked out Frsnk'.e Conley.
dropped the game veteran to the floof
m the nineteenth round ti their sched
uled twenty-round battle In the Vernon
Arena of the Pacific Athletic Club.
I'rom the pulling off of the bath robes
until the final blow Diindeo was la the)
had, swinging In every punch at his
command and finding a fair spot In n1n
out of ten tries.
Conley waa wobbling when he cam
up for the nineteenth. Dundee rushed
for his man and started swinging MM
and rights for the head. One of these,
a killing right, caught Conley on tha
rim of the Jaw. eH backed slowly away,
his kncea bending under him and
dropped down on all fours under the
ropes.
Marry Thomss Defeated.
CLKVEU1SO. Not. 20. Jlauay Duffy nf
kti, N. v., reeeired tbe decsstoa orer Barry
Ti, .ma, of Knitaid at M Kaslta. The, asses
tsslrr round. lif. had the loafer resell arss
irt,rtntd ills oin.ionent.
Jtaylor Rrfaard te
HAMILTON. 0.. No,. . At ths
('.suit, A. 0. Yoiins Mi.Tlor Mil hum Sarlor) re
fused to fight And; Hannah of Clnrtaaatl tav
csiite 1tis rets motif, wasn't up to
AMUSEMENTS.
- sakWakaWsakf1
Brut EiUblHM
in un
Coatssu.
us tars tad
die BossM,
Tsstdrsw.
Sln-Haad..
Trsttsn.
Backnm .
ardesdslaa.
Ruth Juaanlas.
ad H'atsr JusaiA
Adsatseiaa 1.
WALLACKS
P'wsr A .'iisti &- Es. s-.o.
Mat. Tu .lay. OOr.tesi.ao.
sat s'k thla Tboa
A.., W:... With Uaerr
V .. VC'L l',.t.,n oss.ee Knlasf.
Pl?RiTilIlV Tli's.. "rtaM A CoatraTPark oTtal
aSBSSOSWS T.I. SSIMI ItOlllBBOUS. S.0S. e.io.
sw
Mun.-ra
Wl A
Hit. at t 10
1 Tha Daughter i
' ran k.x a.v. to gt.noi.
LITTLE
THEATRK. 210 1f.4oa!l
ANAT0L
E,er, Ki.nitil at - 45
a Sal. Mat. at 2. SO.
A KMIIVTALE PI. AY KOR CHILDRfiN.
SNOW WHITE f
Fl TINl".F ii'i.'-i"' abss.ats.lt"
E.L. 1 I'oVjC. Mu hj, A a( J iy
WITHIN THE L AW
THE DAUGHTER
OF HEAVEN
now ptaytai it ' rectturr Thritr it thi
oi ! ! p i r .' prj'iiK'iij. ia New Tu.-i
MAHLERS
bs,. eiijase l tho tniirs tlisatrs for Krida t
otsnir.u, Noismlier 39. Our ruatoaaors cai
ao. t' , flay free.
Mahlere' Store for Womer
Rlsl Htree and fllh Aveeae.
UAMMERSTEINS"
B'w.or
nil
mm A V M KRS V It V WEEK I 7 ACT .
In-n. Franklin, "A Night in a Tu. .
17 'tali Bath,' li.. 11. la A l. Hoati,
I lluirliie J.nuinas (uf tli. Detroit.).
Hid IJu. .larkuin. Krno. WHr.li A Mil.
a into Tuw "Tls- liirl fmm tin- Slo!ea,"
1 5 done, A Srlteatt-r. Mrt).,ltt, Kelly
ami Inf., uaey, aud -S other,.
KOTK SI ou- .iart-1 s: anil 8 sharp.
'"AVE.
SL BrST.
LAtMBsV MAT. DAIlijf,
JardinDe Paris Girls
Amateurs Friday.
LADlBa1 MAT. UAll.i"
WATSON'S IEEF TRUST
Amateairo Friday.
laADIla' MAT. Illll.f,
8IRLS FROM RENO
l oualry Store To.n'at.
rei. run.
BRONX
PROCTOR'S
NJ THF.ATHBS A ( VJltE,
si hav a.Vfi uf jirij.
9111 AT. oath at. WAI.UF.lt
125T" 1 1 ' v V. "sn"'T pflUnMl at
,x ! !S5i nm fig 11 A M tail p f
LANDSHOWSS'Sr
10 A.M. to 11 P it, Dsfly and Sunday, la rw Id
Hilt SOIL PRODUCTS. Caltlg. BI tr,
KsUeaborn (irr,sr, Telr. Dolly. AduaVL' sa,'
BELASCO p 'Krsnin, .ii 46. -XSL
Frances mikWWm
UFPIIRI IP Wssr"tE,.nlaaiTrr
THEOVErlNOR'S LM)Y
HURTIG &
SEAMON'S
watt math at. Mat. DoB,
IMWK MYDKJ.L
and her K1M10'
IMI.V srtto.
Aasstsari Frklay Nartt
pOLUMBIA ftVblurlttisilffiSS
y E. A Unt. .kl Heerea' Ra; 'Tu-dD. IV.
, .. - .... MtoWj zoo it ,1k
Ml It It A k un.l THhA
.4 2d. A Loi
"Hal. TU-0H.V.1DO..0C.0UC.
Em 1.
a A.
SO 5c
Amat.tini
The College Girls
BUl'.TSS.
Kri.lai.
usbo
To-Mjlit.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS
Jav A BIIDI CCnill? Tori..
Full.jn
St.. -".w-JVJUt
D.I!,
Runa SB rl
Phoso Wsaaus. 524 '
mtiT
BON TONS At BKBT BAKBat.
IPIRC
BroadwaT A Be
MONTE C
TWIOK DAJI V.
I'KI.. iiaan sai aaa
Relnli Av H . u . Iff'
MONTE CARLO GIR1 k '
COI'NTRY MTOKr. MONDAY yvr
SPORTING
TO-NIGOT-FAlBdWA.C.
SgaroenYM nasi
ItaVll Mernlns. Altrraoja laLtntlanTShJ.
I IL, Mm anil I'arnms laWTS
VLfiV siM"1 ItS
yBBft Imtl
awTJ , - i:u'
V Wwrrrd.
MAHUI'AHU S.
RAVMOND
' MRS O AIM IN A
ajlaslif'
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