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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1912.
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BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
EDITED BY
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HEMPSTEAD SLATED '
GIANTS' PRESIDENT
BEFORE BRUSH DIED
SOUNDS LIKE WAR AND LOOKS IT THIS AUTO POLO By VIC
CopyrlKlit, 1912. by Th Press PulilMilns Co. (Ttll Now York World).
Club Will Be Kept in Family,
According to will of
Late Owner.
s ' N . . .r-r isvswaki . , S .-.i x
Rivers and Ritchie Will Furnish
Something Fistloalty New for
New Yorkers.
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OPINIONS CVPRdSstD Bf PROMlNCUT
4-OCAl WSiClANis AND
4AlTNs5ae rrvfe
CnorrMht 1RI. hr Tbs r r-uMlabing Ok
ITss Nr Tors Worta).
AT teat New York la to have wm
thlnt new and arcorrllnsly worth
whlls In null- way. Raporta
fnom the Parlflc coast aay that after
two weeks of vaudeville work Joe
lilvera, the marvelloue Meiloan, will
need directly East, and a month or so ,
later. Willis Ritchie la to be with us I
aaraln. Hilly Olbaon. manager of the 1
Oarden A. C. has been In cornmunlca
ttoti with Hlvers and has offered him
Inducements to meet Leach Cross and
others of the local stara of the light
we'.fit division. Illtchle. too, has of
fers to appear hers, and now that ha
has earned a reputation r eatlnsT
Ad Wolvaat. the chancee are he won't
be frown. I on by our local celebrltiaa
Croas peesul up Illtchle when ths Frisco
boy was here- before, becauae he didn't
believe he would draw a bis; enough
ate. Maybe Cross had some ether rea
son for not desiring to mingle with
Rltchls. for I ses he took on Bhamue
O'Brlsa at Yonksrs last night, and
masts another unknown proposition In
Brooklyn, named wily Uetinstt. latsr in N th. ,.,, of ... M rrow.la that
lbs week. Ritchie was a better card , I a,,,,,.!, !n, introductory game, of
than either of these long before he beat X ,ulo polo at Madlaon Oarden all
Wolgast However, no matter what ( other a;rta are mildly time In com
Croaa thought of lUtnhle. It la a pleasure , parlson. Bom people think that foot
te nots that both ths new lightweight ball, motor cycle racing. Ice ho. key
champion and Rivers are coming. They , paying and such forms of competition
will bs welcome. Ths sams old talent. ( are exciting, but the new gams that has
matched and remetched. Is becoming : lust brsn played here for the first time
Football, Ice Hockey, Motor
cycle Racing, Others Tame
in Comparison.
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Auto Polo Proves Most
Exciting Sport Ever
tiresome, as the attendants at recent
shows provee. New Yorkers are always
willing to pay lor ths bast and they
should hare It In Rivera and Ritchie
against Cross, Murphy, Brown or Brit
ha mors thrills In a minute than ths
others altogether.
Hera Is ons sport that ought to mako
ths doctors and ths surgsona glad. If
vnn ware told that two trains going
I t forty miles an hour were going to
tain. CMbson or the Forty-fourth 8tree.t I meat head-on, of course you'd think
A. C. would have something of real
msrtt sad Interest te offer their patrona
A series of bouts between them might
develop an opponent worthy of Paokey
McFartand and some real good sport
would help ua spend many an enjoyable
night this winter.
MEANWHILE Tom Jones snd ths
very muoh tamad A1 Wolgsst
are gobbling at sn ".' guar
antee to fight either Joe Mundot or
Frankle Burns for "Sunshine Jim" Cof
froth on ths Const Nsw Year'a Day.
Previous to Thanksgiving Day Wolgaal
and Jones placed a very much bigger
price on the Michigan wild cat'a ser
vices Jones had a habit of siting up
a promoter pitiably who hsd the nerve
to guarantee them any less than $14,100.
Of course they didn't always get that,
but. they usually put In thoae figures In
ths light specmcstlons. Ths Isst time
Jones was In New York hs demanded
IU.0W to tackle K. O. Brown, but latsr
offered to compromise on HZOUu. He
Usd up Hilly Olbaon for a promise of
riS.fiOO In the match with MoKarland,
which Olbaon called off after Oov. lls
had expressed opposition to It Yss,
Thanksgiving Day made a big differ
ence to the Wolgast -Jones combination
and also to one Willis Ritchie snd ths
erstwhile BMy Nolan, his manager.
NO there's no Interest in boxing as
It la at present conducted In
New York! Up to yestsrday
two long days before the Mike Ulbbona-
Kddle Mctioorty ten-round argument,
somsthlng like 111,000 had found Ita way
Into the Ixix-offloe through the advunce
sale. This, mind you, la only for seats
of the reserved variety. The one dollar
admission and two dollar acoommode
tloaa have not yet T ern placed on sale
and won't be till to-morrow night. I
gueaa Nsw Yorkers don't know e good
match when thsy see one!
A MONO ths forslgners who will
compete In this year's alx-dey
racs I notlcs there Is a rider
named Egg. Can you lmuglne the fun
ths rsll birds will have with hlinT If
hs dossn't provs fresher than the cold
storags varlsty of hen fruit when It
comes to a smash-up erall. enuf sod.
Anyhow, they say hs can't bs bsst
tht It wan a thriller. Well, thla ne
apart, although not quits as bad ss that
Is on the same order.
When the game starts the two team
are OPPoalte sach ott.er. In th game
a i the Oarden one team used a red auto
and rhen ths other a blus. In each
machine there Is s rhsuffsur n i be
side him a man who doe the actual
playing. Hs uses u mal'st. after the
style of ths pony polo pliyer. The
ball Is placed In the countsr of the
field. It Is a lar.te leather ball.
At a signal from the referee both
machines charge at the hall aa faiit ua
thy can go. The first car to reach
the' ball has ths first chance to nnk
It toward the oppo"lng goal. Often the
drivers misjudge In ' rlns anil the
machines come together with a crsah
Soma thrill. ehT
Toe cams was played tn five perlodi
of ten minutes eafh with art Intermls
slon of five minutes between periods.
Each goal maris by either team oouhte-l
one point. The t earns changed goala
each period. The driver was allowed to
aaalai hts mallst man and the hall
alnaya In piay so long as both driver
and mallet man did not t-juch the
ground. Allowance was always made
for eaoh driver to crank the car when
thn cnirlna became stalled.
In the afternoon the red car had
Ita driver I'o s King; Clyde Ferrltsr
was the mallet man. B. Sterling waa
the driver of ths blus car and Bud
Jackson was ths mallst man.
The men nf the red car proved far
superlor to their opponents and won by
a soore of u goals to I The blue ear
waa ths first to srors. Jackson made
two goals In the first period. The Mue
was blanked In the second, but earned
another goal In the third. After that
the blue players failed to score.
The red men v : e blanked In the first
period, but scorod three goals tn the
second period. Kerrlter made two goals
and King msde the third by pushing the
hall over the k "al line with his machine
In the third Fcrrltep made three
goals and King scored with the ma
chine. In the fourth period Ferrlter
made one goal and m the fifth three
goals.
A large crowd saw the night game,
which was fast and interesting. The
tesm composed of King and Perrtter
In the ted csr again defeated Sterling
and Jai'kaon In the blue car by the
score of IS to 10.
Twice Die autoa overturned, but none
of the contestants wai Injured.
The He I team aecured an early lead.
and althnuKh the Ulue player
everal points In the laat few mln
play, they were unable to overtake their
i ponents.
Games will bs played to-day, bath
afternoon and evening.
"TOE PVMERS MAlE THEIR CSECOrttE. fcSAY)Y
TJD PATCH THEM Ul OUST m t iH A FOOTSfVL (SAMfe-
CYC1jON BL0Ntt
5TTftuN, DRWlRta Hft
BROUCO WtTM MURKtCAUG
OACHSOM AT THE
SPORTS
ODDS AND ENDS,
NEWSY PARAGRAPHS
AND All KINDS OF
GOSSIP
Riders Have All Signed Up for
This Year's Six-Day Bike
Race.
Two Hard Battles Arranged
For French Bantam Champion
AIAj of the fourteen te.vns who'll
take part In the lx-day race,
.which starts at Kadllon Square
Oarden Sunday at mldnlxht have been
algned. The lost two teams to get In
line were Jackie Clarke and l'Ted Hill
and Jske Magtn and Percy Lawrence,
and Peter Drobaeh and Elmer Collins
Clarke, the ex-champion of Australia,
u .... (ha MM lout v ..ar ultli .I,.,. tCiirinr
scored I and , 1909 n wn WUl Walter Rtitt,
U,f . i the German champ on. In IMO Clarke
and Rutt llnlshi-d second. Clurke in con
sidered one of the best six-day riders
In the world, and his mate. Hill. Is also
rated as one of the top notchers. Dro
baeh. Collins and Maln are veterans,
and will he strong Yankee representa
tives. Collins, who has won the middle
distance championship of America three
times, will meet Jimmy Moran and
Clarence Carmen in the first heat of
the Indoor motor-paced ch.implonsh P.
which will be run Friday nlulit
Charles Ledoux to Meet Kid
Williams in Philly Dec. 11 and
Frankie Burns at New Or
leans Dec. 16.
Is i autrhet1 for two fUtits at the lorsl elude,
(in rYtrisy night he Mill g agsinn Youus Skill
rue, the fait lis- .teeia'it at Jrnwr CP;, lor ten
riMinus at u l-i.rty rirtli stn--t skirting Club,
while on Mou.tat nlg'it Uire will axcliaiige walTui
wall isattg i.. hi . in a teu maad g at tbc
gymnte a, 0. of Harlan.
TEACHNQ ROCKEFELLER'S
GRANDSON PITCHING ART,
MORDECAI BROWN'S JOB.
CHIOAOO, Dec. 3. Tutoring the
s 'ions of American multl-milllomilres
bldi fair to become a lucrative field
of endeavor for big league baseball
stars. The first to take up the work
is Mordecul Brown, hero of a thou
etnd pitching battles In the National
laiue tils pupil la Fowler Mc
' 'ormlck, fifteen years old, son of
Harold F. JloC'orjnlck, and grundton
of John D. Rockefeller, who re
ceived his first private lesson In
i he twirling art to-day. It Is the am
nltlon of the lad a father to see his
son v'lch a Prlneoton nine to vlc
tury over Harvaid and Yale.
A Boxers' Unionl hat's ihe Latest
Record Scale for New 'Labor' Body
DOS ANGELES. Icc. 3. No more starvation wagea for the
lowly "preliminary" lighter for he will soon have the grinding op
pressor, the fight promoter, at his mercy. That class of fisticuff
exponents known as "pork un l beancrs," to which all of the ring idols
once belonged for the price of a good dinner, have organised a union
In Los Anrele which will have the highest wage scale of any union
in existence. "Hilly" Iluddy, of a local athletic club, Is the moving
spirit, and thus far has Higncd up alxty-seven members. He expects
to ek-n at least thirty-five more "prelim" boys before closing the
roster. Then, according- to his announcement to-day, he will demand
a minimum of $35 &.s compensation for getting mauled for four
rounds. That Is at the rate of 3 per mtnu.te of actual labor. There
will be a larger amount demanded for the six and ten-round goes.
The wage scale will not be definitely fixed, however, until the organi
sation of the union has been perfected.
'Sperial to Th. rrr.:nf WVrla.l
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd.. Dec. 1. Thar
will he no changes In the management
of the New York Olnnts because of rh
death of John T. Brush. Romt definite
announcement tn that effect and re-e-nrdlrg
the future of the club will tea
made here to-morrow after Mr Brush's)
will Is probated. That Mr. Brush In
tended that Harry N. Hempstead of IsV
dlanapolls, his son-in-law, should uc
cecd htm. has been tin lerstoori here for
! long time. He had been MUletrr
grooming him for the responsibility for
several years.
Althour'i Mr. Hempstead hag not ap
pealed in the bnser all limelight he has
been a clojc student of the (rime and
of affairs of the Giants He was closer
to Mr. Hruah In business mutters and
imis the last nf'lclnl of the club to as
him. Mr. Krush Is said to have pro
vided clearly in his will for the future
of the club, nnd his wishes are to be
tarried otlt He wanted the club t re
main In his family and lie has msde A
Will to that effect.
There are three direct heirs, the wljow
and her daughter. Natillc llrush and
Mrs. Hempstead, a daughter by a first
wife.
There has been no friction In t
family over the property and It Is the
understanding thnt M s llnixh and her
daughter wl ih Mr. Hempstead to take)
chirgc of the team.
rnc only statement mnoe here PTjfj
members at the family is that t ere willm
be no changes in the management and
positively the club will not be -old to
any one.
Mr. Hempstead was with Mr. Brush
during the world perl SI and a great deal
of the last reason, during which Mr.
I-trush gave him a clear Idea of All
plans and wishes. After t e will Is die
posed of Mr. Hempstead wll go to Near
York nnd probably assume Immediate
charge of the property. Mr. Hempstead
is well known among business men here,
of a quiet but aggressive type.
Thorn's White Klenhsat Mewling Allele
and Billiard Parlor, ft 1st St. lireadwar.
Insurgents Gain
Big Advantage
AtNewYorkA.C.
n a letttr lu.t reeelred frosj Ptrla. Al IJuve
1 spka la tn great sha'.s- for tila Ikiiii
at ih
that III r
with IteniaM. tag Frenrh
w oitltrlatid Dun in Parta
ant
iiiltrlati'l rlun in Paris to morrue. and ahnnlit
in hv a uulrx knorkoat H. also aava that J.ff
frnith nf Rajonne will meet either llam IwiM,
tile American firthler, or Adrian lloseo. a French
man, ou Dec. 13
I - HERK Is but on brand of polo to
I look forward to. That Is sero-
plane polo. We have had field
polo gorae Polo, water polo and now
we have auto nolo. Thla latest twist
In the game was ahown Ootham at
.Madison Btiuare Garden laat night. Aa
a novelty It makoa a daoldad hit, for
It Is a real thriller; but as a recog
nised sport, to bs enjoysd by any con
aldsrabls number of people, It doesn't
seem possible.
Auto polo, as New Tork has seen It
for the first time, proves that there IB
aomethlcg new under the aun, even In
aport. The poateia aay that In auto
polo there la a thrill every Hecond.
This Is a alight exaggeration, of
course, but there are enough thrills,
however, to make the game one well
worth wltneaulng. Until one has aeen
ueh a match he has no adequate con
ception of the feats that can be accom
plished with a motor car In the way
of giving a tone 't Imltatlun of a buck
ing bronco.
Commuters vs. sfnroona.
n ajjhl at t'raterugy allt'a t nf Hrookbu'a
rswa Uf rll (fault sill Man in gstll I Tasj
SSJ tke I'ommte.tra au-1 th tlar aii-.k. Ilotb ililoa
ash lone tatir sat: ina aiu ttaaia uu Uis alliua.
Jly JOHN POLLOCK.
CHAKLBS LEDOUX, the banum
welght champion of France, baa
been signed up for two really im
portant bouei In thla country. H a flrat
conteat will be with Kid w'llllama of
Baltimore, the bantamweight champion
of the Houlh. for six rouida at a apeclnl
show to be bald by the National A. C.
of Philadelphia, on Wednesday evening,
Dec. 11, while his second engagement
will be with Frankle Burns, ths crack
Jersey City bantamweight, for ten
ruuuda at 'lie West 8de A. C. of New
Orleans on the night of Dec. It.
Ledoux will have his fighting sbllity
wsll tested In both fights s Williams
and Burns are two of the beat bantams
In America. The Krenoh champion la
to receive a aTuarante of MM for fight
ing Williams
The raaea
"Knockout"
JoaepY Mi.h ua July 4 laat for
flgltttng. hara Hen dlinilMeri in a t
in that city upon molten of 1'roaecutor Andrews,
against Eddie MoClnort? sad Otorfs
Brown. Who wvre arrested at St.
on J ill v 4 last tor allege! tirlu
if uu ( o.irt
It Clark, tha tiolunilaia of new righting ma
tertal, haa niacofftvrl a ItsTitwelgbt whom he
tMuka la Jastlnsd for big tilings In tha pug.ttatlc
Wurld. IV new atar It Holfller Dartfets, srrio re.
rati U J oiitLintntett llanctng Master Ahaam. and on
Ratnrdar eight In HnMiklrn nutrlawed fartr
Dwrar. Bartfeld la at nn-tent at Fort If .mil.
ton. but hS tern of anllaliaent aspires tn three
wcafca. 'He la ht tha man tn beat a fallow like
nniliin, enioiaiaJU-auy .x.'iawua larse.
sta worhl'a tit a for tha .-Isuini onatUD i
Is.l hslk Una in billiard will he plajed al
rtttatmniri Jan, lu nni ii. iieorsa miawi
luirlng ehallatigeil lira Monilugsur. preariit lattlosr.
Tha winner la to raielic the title, diarnou'1
tn.to all fats receipt and a uurae of tl.lM'O
offarel liy Hartj para of PlliebuJlh lu a.l.ti
lion button alal Momlngatar hara agreed to ooal
a aide bet of ''
Only thoae memhera of tihe 1'nivaralty nf Psnn
arlis'ila fvitlsill tijiunl Mho iia-tlcii.led In Ills
Meiigan anl Co-ncli gauittw re.aite.1 Iha rai
allj "T " The tolloimig iaart n it thalr letter
Mercer) SltmK Marshall. Ilirruiit-o. liuil.
I'liaiidler. Iltllrnan, JoUJStt. Ibilon. (llfi-'ie.
Slmieoi. Jmimeay. Ma..'ilugtit jn, Kelleher. Vii:
sun and Yuuug.
tha lubllc -.- .,.-! Athletl- league wtilch will
Eg held next Heturday afternoon. T It number
I ii f.nir leas then lat car. The at'.enrtS tn map
out a new i ultras lint bten auendouea end tlie
rosteitsaM will so -nce mar the officui Ame-
I teur Athletic L'nton course. IS Van Cortlandt
! I ark, making the rare '.liree miles In leugtb.
The ailijola entarefl are Moma Is) Witt OUnloD.
I JaMiaie Krminii Hell. Hirra High. Comuitu-e
Bad Manual Training, ami by lot bsta been
. -r: to occiiiiy tlu slsrilng lanes aa itemed.
Commercial. Tonnacud Harris. Bryant end New
town )w.a been unable to muster a worthy ag
greaaliim and tare declined to compete.
Henry Irsllnger has arrired in town from Cnc-,-riria
H.I, htm three fiord laonsdals halta
rinbletnellc of Iha British mlddlawslght wrswtllus
luiu arm
A bitter battle la already under way
at the New York A. 0, to decide wheth
er the organisation shall remain the
athletic club originally Intended or hs-
, come a social club, ,i - many membera
apparently desire. Hectntly the so
I .. ,11... I I I .. .. . .1... ....... u.l... , ..
I strong advocates of athletics won their
i tight to have the nominating committee'
i -nosen by the members in&u-ad of tha I
I Hoard of Governors.
The Insurgents lost no time In choos- j
Ing a nominating committee, which they!
hope will be the one elected for the pur-1
pose of naming the men who will be
i chosen for the Important offices of the
club. Ths men nnmed are as follows,
every one of them being ardent athletic i
lovers: Hugh Baxter, H. K. Bird, Dr.
Cieorge K. Brewer. Jennings S. Cox. I
Robert Kamerer, H. BUlecg, Jr., and
John H. Booth, Jr.
It Is expected that the regulars will
also select a nominating committee and
then it will be up to tha full member
ship to vote on which set ejf nominators
will be elected as nominators of ths of
ficials of the club. The Insurgents are
now very confident that they will win
out and once more put athletics on the
solid footing It used to enjoy at the
Mercury Foot Club.
AMUSEMENTS.
WII.MAM rOSI THKATBK. B'wtT. lMta.
loom ni.. -icisa av.
Hello Audubon 740.
"Tha najhouae I
Two more eolle
ltate sleeted footlall renlBUia
Fight Results
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bttvl.
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It looks Mk itn thla now Hut Jo'-ntij
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Q1 o th aura tn ; uia.n hont at l.w iv
. t tak ,i at K : ' w uu PgC, u
'i .f iu .. of iMitli tig ritrm tui gaMiitgtl
tli twills i'ffrl t.eui b tb r.u-j oil I-1; ftiwl
I "f.ii.n. r: ii)
tU ftit Uu rouusja at 13.'.
MrtialarA of OoMMBf i, T:it tmWMmi Hmw
nifiit. dldal't oiariook WMm w:n they tirangtsil
fnr an at bVtU- nurat lu their armory tn jjfjht
.r.t tb Nrw York s,vk Ksthanga ttia, ala
ignl of tli i r-Wi-r laagn. Will t aiul $ rnr
13olPsV F, th tiiritrst i.miu in lb Military
l44ifii0 In gftiu of i -'uir liawbalj. Tho follua
BUf
Ma., waa ttx-tJ oai'Uiu 'f w l
tilsi ai ami 1 on the Uaoi for tn '-' twi an.
(eor ( rUrun 'f I'etn wat werteu oap.
tain of MUhtgut. Pa tar "i tfJ t4.iii.leral on of
n greaifu-t rantrr-. in Vuru ! ' r tMa iat
aaassoa. II ta a Juulor.
Martin ftharlleUi nuut hia debut u a itf-lna
ftnriit rfai.-f at t f t'Ciifflt If -I ml tli Hllftrkcy
A 0 H th thlrtl man in t ring in th
a'cxtfrd bout, when '.'.unmy M - n : tbrc
munU w,!'N a iiafnt who iaUaU luiuMlf P. J.
iv.iiw While attempting to f. th iir
frim a clinch Hhcrklau - t r-1 tit ti mnih. Ho
aaM Ita would nc.r rtfrre n Other ch,.:n
Ki in atlkleta '' "i Trtereei in Ing
nttM Amntvf ihetii "f Mlvtn Mh:i,ar.l, Abel
Km.l Hobby CI xiglien. Lin It- - - .
Matt NfsHiratli Tlie a Boil waa held aa a ban
fit for tha widow nf Mlk Crrsran. toe firat uu
tft.ni of the I. A. A. L. HQO ftMottt dd ou
KuUu lalaud 1hl wek. A olg ivowd attuiJcd,
Th Asnaieur St mining I'nlnn of Auatralla
Isaa wrineii to .". -J-e:ary .iauift r. -tuiiuan
la At. . fir AthletU' rnum riUuiltug an In
rteatKm to lhikr IV lia!iauartKlni to rlail A .
traUa and awim In tiwir o:-uiiktnouabt:w. Tiir
nitter will M MtOlgggn t" morrow by l'rai.ut
Kirbr anxF othr pmCfi of tig A. A. V it u,
b ueoar fr th HaiMainui --. i of ih
sfaawatflia AtMoli llai-m. t'lrtoijin Kn'miauiok i
tilub to t -f. t ) ttl Natit'Hal Ttg.t' mtl ni t . -n
tuvi: 4 th A A, V. fjr a irwlt. M-. V
W. Hill, H.reiary rf th Amateur IfABWlng
V'iMi of Auairala am! i v.- i tlv b
Ssnumiiif t'luh. la in Nrvi V itk an.l wil
Jatf a confaieuoa witli A. A. gfrlelglg in rela
Uud to thla tn.' by 'he I.i thta Heek.
lHaiatUftl with th failur of th Weatern
Intervo,lrit.t Confftari a to inautnn-,t ;.Un. fvi
tha retii-ti f lltg Cutientiiy M Mi lilggg u lh
ftikl, tb alumni of IgtonU Watern u:iltritia are
trlwjiniug to eft -t a ramucTUlgun botWMl I M
woiivrtu uui "Big Nina" uaiTamitlgo, A u.rr:
Ing mi! I pMbahly b bed tn lrjlalgii wtt.'ilu a
fw weak to ti. iio tbg laltowfga iTjUem,
I'atay Wltlte of nn eaat all waa r-r d q
oidl tn ih$ four.h nnu l to ToMni lit! i. k f
riiilll;ihla iu their Mt-he.ni.rl t:i m.l l-.jt at
.tiie OWm, A '. m Hi len Wi.r wr.r
i i ,u 4.ornr ft' llw ei id of lie third ruUIttl in a
n4k QondrUpa -I i el i e I U les-'ii 1 to I tag
I haQ In Wt fourtll. He - laimetl he lad e
I In. rtartit lkfttl.1 T!l i 1.14 a ' I Vftt' ' 1ft Ii - X A .l : .44.1
th MM ' , twin that IV . oad aua. :.)
hamii.o&a'ita. gyligfe I aaL 1-K
1011 Ha i hara to maet all the promia.ng
Mmv, tn (raoiriem of iniddlewsght or Ughtwaig-iit
iHi.in.'ag iuid mentVona Amvrlcut aa tha ona
.-.fsn. r II waa In ohia country for a bnf
vlait three yean ago. Ha haa with him ajiothar
vrapi'ler named Mai Mlmeter a irauung VNtrtuar,
W. t, AprUgvr La iuanagtng Jiiaa.
II L Hartrt. ebalnnan trf f!i Polo Ataneha
tioti atataa aoai-atlcaliy that tut minor aa to uie
retirement of Harry Palttg Whim M MM waa
nitluMit roundmtlon. Whan Man at tsha offirea M
tita l'olo Aaarxkatlon, In tha wlittaliall HuUding,
Mr tlerbart aaid that tn asncaation bvl rweived
a abi mgatag from Huplinuham auting t-hat a
' ir'ua (Hialleng for .ha 'A eauliier International
(' lu ' 'it: bad bean malla.1 to Uiia emtntry. No
fiwoval avtion aa to axairtaiio or rriaction or
thi i-haJlanga oonld na mad until at a maatliig
nf tha ciacutlTa cmmlttc wf tb Aiutri-au gov
ruliig boitw.
Kilbane May Be
Arrested for
Alleged Fake
AMUSEMENTS.
NF-tV VIKK'N 1. ICAI.INIi THKATHKS.
EMPIRE" SS
NA7.IM0VA.
LYCEUM
mill it:. Bnt. at I, in
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V4AIlIV.aV m, , Ral. a
JOHN MASON '.U 'r' The Attack
criterion-v.uVii:,i,-;sia"
WHAT AILS YOU ? ft-ffl"
H ..'.i. Mattne fhUft,
' A- Hat . t ill. ThtlM. Mat. SOo $1 .".0
Tfce INDISCRETION of TRUTH"
C.t l4n 'tlUi .t.,w.of B'wan.K.a,t,10. VU:.
rUUOnWf,, 4 igLWed Ml Ms-to .. -.0
THE YELLOW JACKET fiXm
N. lj.
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HUDS0NV.it
MRS
at. nr. 11 way. Bfg.
iu Sat.
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NEW AMSTERDAMu,k4'.i 'if'is
THE COUNT y LUXEMBOURG
h W, Ul, Wd,
Wd iftt .Btk to 11.30
O-N-E-S
liberty 'l
M-l-L-E-S-T
OH ! OH ! DELPHINE 1
Moulin r o u g e n f'fSSs,
B.anlng. I.U, Ialliif.i '.Ve.l. ft Sat. a.li
ziegfeld follies
A a irVv ir,.u..i.sa. ft 4HUi at. Kv. I'i
VlAltl I Matinee. W.I en.1 s.t.. a l.V
L.4HT
WKKK,
OUR WIVES
AMUSEMENTS.
. m eg ssj as a. as 1 I
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as MIW B aafl aBSS W sssS SW1
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Audubon
Sa VAUDEVILLE
AMD nk. kst I'll. r i PLSTI
Continuous itoh'I'. a, Dsily
AFTERNOONS EVENING
,000 SEATS PRICES
10c 10U5,25
Rrfftfftl KEW PROCRAMWE fgSU
m ttni.iwi kox's iik iirsic.
I-liaUCl! I
U.-ll. 701 .in.vewnt.
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- 1 fV, l,.;ne Sotiirlay only. I'll
TREN TJINIJ ritttVet,
BROADWAY rasa-j Bar41.t, r h.i
. . . 7 Matinee Ta-atNns. UM
Ha&MT THE bUN DODGERS
With OBQaOM V. MOMIIIK.
1IKNM1-. III W au.l II ARMY ILSIIKR.
"TVIMCAI. llKtllVAV NHOW
IN BtiWT Hit lA I WA V KTV I.B."
WEBER fiELMT"
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CONTOUOUS u!Sft;.B.
A HIGH CLASS
IU VAUDEVILLE
Al'TS ANI. A PftW PaOTO I'LAVS.
ALL SEATS 10c,15cf 25
I'll! M tit M -! r. I ll.l.Ufl JH'.l. X TBIIU,
nrni f THKATRE. 107 th t.. Laxisaioa a.
Ol AK MATINEE DAILY HMS4S
ATAIiPMY ! EVENING
riVraalMl.4 a
OF MUSIC
STOCK CO.
"Alias Jimmy Va
PRICES
15-25
35-50
..' tOMEUV
41st, K of nw. Kts. t.lo.
Ma.'a.T'ir. 'I'lum ft at.
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
MAJUMjl ifhra .ottbst. B'r A est. s9a,a.av,
I. it M.ii.Tiiii'. aim -it j .in.
L ST
READY MONEY
K.ra S.1H
Dl IttlnllCL' tH'li. K. i.I K'sai
rLAiuuvuci M.ta.iVei T-nrs ft-.-' t.lfi
LITTLE WOMEN
CASINO
last
H'wa
Mat-
A iiuni at Bti . a. is.
Wsl. ft Sat.. LU
THE MERRY COUNTESS
llh IH N'tY
l.lll l I t.
ICra.N tO. Mala Wed ft .4.1. 2 IV
MO.NTUOMI.HV vflivt,
U Ml. JAMS.
THE LAI'V i.pTfiK nLll'I'LB
PggtTOR'S I MADAME?
N. V. THKATKIIS !.T BOONUV ft t VHIl.N
sth iv i: a . Imtfrr, hkbt umlii ft
wsaa rw.iM, at. JO I'.irterJ. Wbltl ft CS
m.i s- ar.Ms.4i Van ft fcEraek, Hwor ft
h At.
si. atlilati:- efsula l to members uf tiia rwm
isuiy. alaniies Kulelmiaina u. t?ie wumtar sraSBl.
unl Itarei' riasitb. ua'.nal tan-iaila ' im; n
will islfk .4P u.er a tea lull rinite. 1'rel
Kaiarr. tli. wal.lug king, will in fur a vaw eseaal
in ilia iMlf lulls e.aul. llo nuera uf ttie sua
paa sil iiarti.i.ale iu a '-. .t-- c rata lira.
alool.1 profs a ..tens
t mo in Ii.. an.l.
Wlrll Haliir.liv't gaSM liel.esn Ilia tsalllr of tlw
Nai.l ami Mllltur t.j.lenilaj tag ajr.w.-wenl fat
ttie la.vi.ig f I'lie annual aaat44ts ina.lr two
;.M. ag- ..ma t sn sen, an, I . renewal uf ins
a4rl.ni. iiif1arei'e. uf oulsiull a. to Us itate irt
l!iu gnme It SSteetSl I' lnt4ffo4 a.-noiialj w,ti
a t.itilier arr sua aeiri't llowa ir tin- e iiat t.
il.e-. f tin' i i uieet lu a enarllU-
Cl.KVRl.AND. Dec. J. Johnny Kil
bane. the featherwelgltt champion and
his manaser. Jimmy Dunn, ars In a
peck of trouble Just now. A civil ac
tllon has been brought Ssfalnst them for
the recovery of . which aoma sport
Ins men of .Inhnstown, Fa., chares them
with liavlns defrauded them. They al
li'afe that Kilbane bosed with his spar
ling partner, Tommy Meuinty at a
show In that city on last rrtasy Blarnv
iisteal or Tummy DtiaTSaa of Kan l'ran-
. i: Oi ua announced.
Ah soon aa the promoters of the show
1 4 srnse thiil the supposed Dugatan was
none other than MrGlnty, they Im
mediately had warranta Issued for the
arrest of Kilbane. Dunn, McCllnty and
:i mini named M. J. Barry who had
arrsnpaa me bout.
The promoters of the show also had
Ihelr counsel, Attorney Daniel L. Far-son.-,
of Johnrtown. Ha., aue dir the
um of 1700 wliloh they claimed they XS vil DW Reel lltli St
i . ..I ih. wtinw. Attorney 1'ursoiis t'H Va-atvaa aw
Into itnnmiinlfslton with the law firm
of milll, 1 art ana srier oi in.s ciiy. l'hurs..w arnswesir nieen i
. . ., w.. ..... ..... l-.i.i... 1'M.i.ilrt Hture. I
anil oruereu mni iu wi.iis son earaawei r ""- ' r. mi ;
Kil.iine and Dunn which they hav
start oil.
t M.t Wel. I'hons .17 Mai.
nj.i c. -ri est)
loin OI. I nea. M..j rtian. A Sa
Wll.l.lAM
COLLIER
39th St
4sth, K. of B'way. Ergs .16.
. a as.., - id.
a see farcw.
NKVKK (41Y DI K
Vlora I..u. Than Anj
'l'l.v in Tti.
f'leatrs Setlirnr h i,' TRTCrJ.
Mala. Fn. and Sat. LSI.
Annie Kutiell lluoH Z ibeoj rtethlas.
rS7." iT' C h way Ik Boili St'. Eiii. SIS.
UAL I O Matt Wd anil Mat. -16.
THE RED PETTICOAT " Vo'tVi!.
.... Uf. s i.I
ft f.siu.aoo
Lane Thfatrs,
Success.
Its K
WITH A
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INrfjflDINO
entine
CLAUDE PAYTON
ft JEAN MU RDOCK
MW YORK
1IN10N Sy. VMXtkSA
J li'.a: 14ili st, I HH KW I IIt. liiameui A
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rui il. ia LOktliJ. WM.
kim'K a Al'J ri'Je
TON, MASO.V. KflBLBa
.l.1lirenn.r iisnciint.jts.
COLONIAL
B wav eai w
lll.V MATS Vie
ALHAMBRA 'iVin "i!tsvkhaur?kpS1
4aVUiA...1'Glti St. 1 A M iu Slalara. KD
lll.V MAT". 2.V 1 WYNX. llrrll S.lle Trio.
IfONX IJ'.IIS Mlitt.W' UI'.M.C
rVVrllA III AM'IIK NOBTIIV A
B
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HARLEM
140th t. M A.
All.y MATS. 5V
mi l.iil. s in Kunmss A
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M ls.n'. f-..r Uianua otW
in 'I. all. Mat. . 10 t.. SBe.
ui-. I -iTii.'K rn tn
MADAME SANS GLNE"
if 4 AMI ATTAN UP.T.oTj4tUAsa
wirs4wjrsrsa . res. Mais, wm
THE WHIP
Oraat 1 rury
e rairv IKAth. W. of M Av.
Wl4.NI MU VI U'a.1 A. Wat IM IR
FAVERSHAM'S JULIUS CAESAR
in 1 1 irvic li'aaya ;kl.h. K.f.uia-. H.dO.
SIMONE IWjtfMSI
icnirTl ID V Tltss.. 2i! A Oeolril I'.rk w-t.
CfclNlUIVI JM, sWv Coliuabus, Kn. 8.10.
J.tfB. i The Daughter of Heaven
A Siit.' IU1 PIUt'lCH 'Mr. TO SI.IIO.
raiDAT AT l.Sil.iiK.S QPIjS 1,
W.ina-i'4 TITANlrreiDuriat ItKNllFlV
at N.46 Sat. Mat. at 'i.fto
A NATO L
Ml. ST.
irt.li
corn st.
w ft Id As
Ijepn bt.
IS Lei At.
Mark, t tie Iiilire.it. ..rliirt
The li.ni.e. cl W lioleiomi- LMtr
talnm.nt. CaterlSg lo tilt- I':. nr.
list M.ate.. Tl.rea Hon of Solid
''nko-me-ii four timet deity, ftoui
irarM. ii p..
BELASCO
FRANCES STARR Mffl
REPUBLIC JH IMatt.tV .1 A sm J IS
THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
I'noiif 1!I0 luv.
.Iialliiff Tu-Iiiy. s u, :
H
17
BIG
ACTS
Hlmw
Btarl.
s
2 A 1
AMMERSTEIN'St m ia
Lillian Shaw, J - Wtlrh, U.Ttni'la
Vaii.Vrlult .u.i UM M r.- Ohu.
Kall.t Satnan,..l Fialdi 4b Jack I
Cl-. : . Harrla lirvwn, l.j.i:. Harm,
OoollB, itMM A Carr. l . - CLtctiv
'lii- tltiy tiat Tut 'Tona' in Hui-
tonc, Mi m .t..i4, T!ir Iriiliiii Iml
Mtta Aijf).' ltcte, "1 he 3 Auatriltan
Wlnp (Vnckert, Jim llt'i a Itaar,
l tiranat, Niai Motion llctiuu
TIIK A Kailrir
A "H.'" '
ATIav fur i,4ii'tlru. Vloti.. 'lu
TH ICA 1 " HLt rnura I n. At rri."..i.
LITTU
Till.' 1
,41., ft.H NOW W H I T L
at . If.
Sat., u.lA.
LAW
ELTINGE'
WITHIN THE
f.. eniLfli at 1A.
Wi.l A Itt., j l ft
01 figfc Ha artl Iv f U. aw man I aiUiar i la
i or t lMNIi - '
,"'io'i i . m.
iukUkj LMt. UM w-iuuuiaj K-vaJ lbflitalftit.
oiid 11 ants Ilork onders
Lor) aulru Mil ri : "' ui
i nukt m ivraafMnt r .
( Thara ia vriifral l it il i
I I'l.t'iAiM -hit i.i ' :r. .
4 W).' Kl
.111 I llU.lf
. . f rar-.
! MMk)Il I'.eM
t- 1 "I flMt) ,f
i tm ura) KAJicft.
rivina)heai:a
avian aciioou aaa I r in nea lor Uia
To-Nlsht ubiarrt Mhl. if,.M, M-tn,, t.iii wtk. Ia aivl avinii in.
n , U.iliorl Pilory VvnttU iV JVUiqUa ,,i.lt W.J.. 1 hura. tJu .l RT
V' ThurU Aui.-r Nlht. r.ldt-rs KamiV Mil baby IMS MtOptlf.
I POULTRY SHOW fW.jft
I I'.mlttt. I'lfif-na. I'et Sto. k. huiigl.lnla. All
wissrisi pal e..
Sue tlio "llau,
Admiaalun. fn...
CIlildreB. Ai;.
noLl'MDIA I BWLESQUE
Kennedy to Meet Unas.
KELLERD S HAMLET Pc
was ia a . . .!..-.. i wunoiibn..
t.ar.le'i.
s Ki
Man
He I hoc.
A bout lwtw.ru lua.) weights luu 4nat liern a.
rmi.ij T"!ii Kr. -i.mI.. tlia lin-al fighter win. sa.
..nil, i.nti . .Intel ll.rua) Willnnia uf I'liil.Jrli.hia
in a aii ruuisl bout st lbs Oljm.ila A. '. nf
i'lilllv haa I'euu aigaed ui' to meal Tuny lluna.
ilia .tunly and gain. Italian fluhtar ut S.w
t'u.la, I'a far sit rounds at tua Aaicrlcaa A. C.
(t t'lilaturik ea aeturau assalas,
AD.PHILIPP s )TH ST. "Eim
A," ''."II"'!', M:"'0 Au-tion Pino'hlc
mill Hill TH I IA.. J'.'.l A let. Av
IWl V.rr.Tu-lta..l.v .-A-.:. n... K.a.T.V.a.v .tkS'.T.V,
Am.-.
1 1 da)
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I. . l.e .v .i'i,i I in. ii ii
n Rlat-'ra.
OKO. rOHAN'SrllK t..i".4i'd.i:. g is
M. V-UHAr. a Msu wail. Sat " is."
r.FORr.FM roHAisi -k JUT
WTT T " T nr. i. ii . a v ' Jueea
AVI OR B. liUhsi" "VTrsalivfi, KM i
AOiun Maiiiwea Wad, A sn Jit
CAiWraNiVc HAWTHORNE
FAI KBAINKS OF THE IJ S A
GRAND" reFSt'
The Quaker Girl w.Jm c..u.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
AUTO POLO it
Tlii. Aft. 2.30 TcNight 8.30
I'HK'VH -Or. I.. SI. BO. Tel ,',mi li,,n,oa.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
I W Mm IM. ll.liUi Hi .ur
.Iruudiia. di Italnh A. II. .1 - 7" ia.
Oriental Burlesauers
COl'JflliT.JITOaH MOMY KVS.
bi-ou wkimfSatA M ojM 1 holler skatino rvx e'.:.6.
' RAUSEY s AFRICAN HVNT 1 Tares aeastoos ealt. Beat euacerts
AMAl'KI HM lVi:ilKMliv KVIC
STAR---- bUkLliJyiJl.
9 I Pk0W Ml" lS3u , my
BEAUTY. YOUTH FOLLY
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