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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1918.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
BIGGEST FIGHT BUG IN PARIS IS A $40,000,000 RUSSIAN PRINCE
aw Copyright. 1913, jy Tho Proof rubMthtnf Co. (The Nw York World)
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When Charles Ledoux, the
French Bantamweight Cham
pion. Returns Here in a Few
Weeks He'd Be Under the
Management of a Millionaire
CwnUM. ma. the pm ruw.hto o.
iTW ." tort World).
FRANK KLAUS and hM nuHir,
Uaorg Kngel. have Juat retoxned
from Pari. Frank think- rreeoe
MM finest country on earth, o-jtstde t
koundrlo. of aria good old IT. IL A.
"Never was M finely traatod anyr-
"r." said Frank. "I UN you. a
ktur nolo scene poalHoa la society
vox taara. Talk about hospitality!
War. wo hardly know tJio meaning of
the word. Tho French bar ua haataa
thooaend mllaa In holding bo sing
bouts. I never aaw a flaar eight than
bo boat between Papka aad Carpaatlar,
very man la the arona waa la fun
dreea, aad all around the ring aat tha
gooat glorlouaty dreaaed woman In tha
world. Tha glitter of diamonds mada
wiy erte a oh. All tho blggoat people,
ha Franca go to boxing shows. Tha
amort baa swept tbera off thoir foot
They're dippy oror it Tbara'a mora
an oner In Franca for a boxUng ahow
than anywbara else In tha world. Why,
tar boxiag Carpaatlar I received H.too
with drat Uaa raturn trip
UakaU aad throa w oaks' trala-
and W000 for boating
M areas, win, throo woaka' iipinm I'm
to got a guarantee of KM for ftghUng
Fapka. with a privilege of par oaat
f tha gata If I win aad par oaat.
laao. Tha gaU wiu bo at laaat (Boat).
Aaw everything la . Juat llko a Mg
tkoatra ao cuealng or a oaat all or
"I bear you bravo a prince oa your
taff." I aald.
"Oh. not oaactly. Lota of tha big
Fraackman are ao Interested in fight
ora that tkay Uka to manago them
Friaca Paul Lwoof of Ruaota haa a
groat man I on la Parti aad ho kaapa
Mather of good boxer around htm.
Ua gifted to taka a ohlna to ma. Ha' a
oaty worth forty mlllloa dollar. Can't
do a no ugh for a flgktor ho llkoa. Juat
wow ha haa takon Charlaa Lredoux on
dar hia management Ho baa Lodoux
living at hla houaa. with Frankla ki
lo boa with him ovary day aad
him mora clever, aad ta four or
Sve waaka ba'a going to oomo to Amer
tca aad bring Lodoux along to kg hi
Coulon Lot ma tall you. tbia Lodoux
la tha graataat litUa fighter 1 oror
aaw. Haa a wend or. Whoa I aaw
him Aral ha eeene to train at my camp,
aad tho Ami day ha aad Praakla
lietley (who won tka lightweight
afcamplunohlp of Franca a faw day a
ago) put oa eight-ounce gluvaa and
wtat at It Ha walloped Dallay aad
apllt hla Up ao It had to have throa
UUhaa pwt la It. aad Uroy wwat at It
ao hard wo had to aoaarato tham.
Bagle gay to ma: Frank. If rboaa
rroaakanan oaa nght Ilka thlo you'd
tetter gat to work.' Toa, Lodoux can
Bgrrt and tho longar ha flghta tho
I i nag or bo goto and tba harder ha
Mta. I aaw htm knock Digger Btan
lay eoM toft hook on tho Jaw, and
trigger wont dowa llko a lump of coal.
Walt till tho Prlnco bring! him back
here and you'U aaa aoroo fighting."
B'llB going back In throa or
put tn Ena-el
Klaaa Is to fight Papka for
aa... ehamptonshlp belt they're making-
ggat tha purse, of courea Merck i. Just
aawaa liim for a little reot."
Whoa otaamplon nowT
"Why." said Bngrl, "that's s funny
king Klaus beat Carpsntlsr. champion
erf Barege, ad Dieppe, la eighteen roumta.
tnie Nattoaal Sporting Club of France
Bd'srtlaad that match aa a world' a mid
lewekTbt ohempaowahlp Later Carpen
Ber fought Pavpke, and they advertleed
that as a world'a champlonalilp too aald
Pngfce wag champion. 1 guess we'B sst-
He the hssaptonShlp when we get to-
"Hew about Carpenrlarr'
"He's one of the clovereet fighters you
awer aaw," said Klaus. "Don't let any
gSM tall you differently Ha a s wonler
tor an eighteen-year-old boy. But I'm
afraid he'll never be a cbempioa now.
i Mm too young He le very
and shallow bodied aad nit
wary rugged. He's a beautiful boxer, but
Beytl aooa be a heavy wets tit and he won't
enough for that ctaae. Ha lea' t
, although he' a a good, hard hitter.
" Jtaookod Carpenter down in the
Bfth and tha bell waved him. Is the
Maeh he hit me In the left eye and
Bilged H tight. After that Z had to
Bam cny bead to get a good look at
ham. I hammered htm hard In the
Body and he couldn't stand it I a the
sixteenth Oeorge ton aa to go tend
ot him, or I'd lose the decision, because
tha Frenchmen are mad over Oerpen.
Bar and they can't eee him lose. I
grant In and bast htm arms down and
sunk my left Into hla body, aad la the
eighteenth had l.hn nearly out, and hie
meager, Deaoampa, who la aa awfully
osettaMe fellow, lumped Into the ring
and threw his a rata around Qerpentier
and yelled lot of French and dragged
hkn to his corner In the Papke Sgbt
Carp setter was outbo lag Papke all the
wag sad aad one of bis free clossd
'Bw. but waa getting badly went
when Pat looped a paash and
J FT I III LfljlSSEL
Lwooox. aiA ioon Be
bvv, tvosx with a Foarry
PttlNCS AA fAAN AGE-.
Keene Left World's Record
Of Winnings on the Turf
Which May Stand Forever
Racing Hob Lost One of It Best Friend by the
Death of Vice-President of the
Keene's Biggest Turf Year
TaMo ahiialiaj tha umoraUalod aaoeaa of Mr. Jamaa R. Kaaaa'a atabla
In WT, Mag tho largaat amount avor won
Ago. Horaa and Braodlag. kiarnlnara.
t Ballot, oh. a by Imp. Votor, out of CVrtto.v. KAUt
1 Boaom. or. c by Boa Bruah. out of Noonday too
I. Oahoohon. b. o. by Dlagtrlaa. out of Bonnla Oom h COB
t. Colt. fC c. by Commando, out of Maid of Erin v t,UI
t Crttaan. k. g. by Imp- Votar, out ot Imp. Blalo, by too Haw TOO
t, CoHn, br. a by Commando, out f imp. PaatoroUa. 1X.H1
1 Court Droaa, oh. f . by Dlagulaa, out of Imp. Hampton BoBo MB
1 BajTi Court, blk. c. by Klngaton. out of Domlnooa 1.U0 i
t FMaatta. h. f. by Hamburg, oat of Imp. Oaduloa mtj
I. Orotsa Ora on. br. a- by Baa Bruah, out of Runaway CHrl 4, M0
L Orlmaldl. b. g. by Dlagulaa, out of Imp. Calloo LM0
1 Incognito, oh. c by Dlagulaa. out of Imp. Hampton Batla HO
1 Maaka aad Facaa, b. t. by Dxarutaa. out of lariax MM
t. Haaquo, b. a by Dtagulaa. out of Imp. Uhodaala. I.T
1 Maaouorado, b. f. by Dlagulao. out of flntondor MB
I MogaTa HIM. b. f. by Ban Bruah, out of Runaway Olrl
ri patar Pan. t. o. by Commando, out of Imp, Clndaratla. by Hermit
1 Patar Qulnca, oh c by Commando, out of Imp. Fair Vunon,
I. PhUandor, br. g. by Bon Bruah. out of Pink Domino
1 Bad Bownot. eh. f. by Imp. ML rttraonlan td. out of Rockon
1 Roatlgwaoho, blk. g. by Commando, out of Imp. Daaoang Wator
3. BandaJ, b. f. by Dlagulao. out of Ban- Fairy SUppar H
1 Bapoy. eh. by Bt Loonarda, out of Nautch Owl
4, BuffragA oh, t by hap. Votar. out of Quoonaton
1 tiiantr Cloud, b. f. by Klngaton. out of Noonday
I. Buponnan. oh. c. by Commando, out of Imp. Anomaly
1 Tiaaaiaal. b c by Commando, out of Imp. Royal Hoao
1 Vol), b. . by Dtagulaa, out of Blturtua
I. rudnal. oh. a by Commando, out of Imp. Rhodoxoa.
Inoludoa ploeo of plate valua 12,60a
The above aim Included entrance feea,
Tha next largaat winning owner la
oa tho Bngllab turf 7MU 2a.. or tB6.7n.rS, which Inoludas 100 forfeit In a
match raoa; alao aorund and third money
ACINO has lost a good friend In
James R. Keene, whose death
followed an operation for abdu.n-
Inal trouble. Mr. Keene was one of
tho sport's ablest champions In the
dark day of racing following the
adverse legislation of USt Then he
out CArpsntlor'a eye. As soon aa he
eww the blood Oar pen tier Hopped. Ha
won't stand being out or knorked out
He's the regular, genuine Idol of
France, and no matter how eUa he
loeee he's all right aa lung as he isn't
actually knocked out. They'll make
exouaes for him. Oarpentler had a
good time all summer before ha J ought
Papka The woman are craay over
him and ha drinks a lot of that light
French wine. He took off fourteen
pounds In a few days to make 1M at
I o'olonk for Pwphe, and I know he
didn't eat anything for seventeen hours
before weighing In. Through the flgih!
Papka Juet kept pulling his arme down
until CerpentJer grow eo tired lie
ooutd hardly lift tham. He ma very
HERB waa one funny thing
bout weighing over there,"
Id Engel "They were eo
anxious to help Parpentter that soma
one monkeyed with the scales Tou
know Caraentter'i manager grabbed
Papks's tl.000 weight forfeit uecauae
Papka waa a third of an ounce over.
Well, when Klaus fought Carpentler the
Frenchman weighed exactly 1M, and
Klaus waa three pound lighter than I
knew he should ha We hd 11.000 up.
Carpentler waa actually three poumli
over, and we didn't gal hla forfait. A
manager of a Frenoh boxer tipped me
oft, and whun Kiatia fought ktoreau I
bad exactly a hundri-d and sixty poundf
of weights weighed out and had tham
downelalr In a bax. We got on the
scale and Moreau juat balanced the
beam. Klaui waa a pound and a half I
over, although we knew he welurhed
14tt. They claimed hli fl.tm forfeit, and to-nlghl. Also h lias to oak "ver ilia
I ran downatalrs anil brought up the IB) pUygrg1 l unlraets drawn up by Manager
pound of weight and dumped ihun : gloOraW before they are sent out.
the eceJee. They couldn't gel around Neither Manager kloUraw nor Hemp
that That waa Juat one funny little : atead expect any holdouta, a the Little
trick and I didn't Intend to say anything Napoleon, who waa given carte blanche
about It becauae ihoee Frenchman car- In the naming of salaries, waa liberal
tainiy am treat us waii-tney certainly
la a alngla aaaoon by any Individual
tlncludra place of ptato value H.000.
whMi amount to I7.IW.
lha Duke of Portland, who In 1M won
a, but not entrance feea.
headed a fund of 1100,000 to guarantee
atakea until they were formally de
clared off. Ha really didn't give up
hope for the resumption of rhs sport
In fhli Sluts until last year, when ha
old hie favmoua stock farm Castleton
to David M. Cook. Only a few weeks
ago -Mr. Keene sold Frank Jay Oould
Ave brood mare for 10, 00a, and later
sold to W. K, VandafbHt seven marea
for I40.00U Peter Pan. one of the last
of hie great winner, waa shipped to
Franoe at the lame time. All that
waa retained of the powerful racing
astabllahment that made the White and
Blue a pole famous were eight atalhona,
niagulse, Hun Brush, Voter, HI ppo-
drmiu, Hf'i, Ultlmui (ComBando'a
last aon). Uelt. Delhi, and thirty-five
man a and thirty yeavrltnga. Thaae will
In all probability revert to Foaxiall
Keene, eon of the dead turfman.
Mr. Keene's turf career will always
be remembered chiefly because of hta
record winnings. Not the allghteat bet
ting operation figure ia tha total of
itonuoc In 107. Thla aurpaased all reo
orda of every country where racing la
fostered. That waa the laat great year
uf American racing. Tn famous Keene
color were aeon in public for tha laat
time on Castleton. a aon of Petsr Pan,
whloh won oevera! good raoaa In Bng
land and was tben sold at auction' for
Giants New Boss
On the Job To-Day
Harry N. Hempstead, the new Presi
dent of the (Mantl, became active In his
new 1oo in the Fifth Avenue Building
uffices (if the club to-day. lie hai a
buay day ahead of him and lie will be
lucky to quit work before midnight, as
tia haa lit rnmnlata arrlnaAnr.nl. Inr
the anrlnc tralnlna trln and : n ..m-ani.
..r eah bllunn UILT11 I'M lletfnPB gttllnw h.nna
in lit nguree and they should mtaSfr
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womo oa aim. I V0K -,1, J ,'WkwkrsLr I
Uuru uc LIMES
STAR ATHLETES ENTERED
FOR TITLE INDOOR GAMES.
tar athletao will be aa numeroua aa
fUea on a eugar barrel at the national
Junior Indoor traak and netd obempton
ahlpa of the Amateur Athletto Union to
aieht In the Ttwonty-aoooad Real ma art
! Armory. The field entered for the moot
la the moat reprooontaUvo one ever re-
in the world.
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Out of a half-empty 10 cent tin.
Out of a cloth sack that's dried up even before
you open it
Try a 5 CENT TIN of Stag the tobacco
that's ALWAYS FRESH
Because you smoke up a 5 Cent tin BEFORE
IT HAS A CHANCE to dry out
A simple idea, that S Cent tin but do you know aoyttong that
has so greatly increased the pleasure of amokint?
Tut VtfcV UUS ttcf
FIGHTS MB Cm,P6 w ScrAt EKtAa CoiM
ctlvod for a national champlonahlp of
thta kind. All the eventa are well filled
and the fight for high honora will almmer
down to a irctlonal battle, for New
Bngland la tending down a etrong dele
gation, beaded by the redoubtable
BrtcmJey. The Harvard atar won't kick
field goala thla time, but will try and
heave tba hot-eut further than any
one eie, ana ho appear! to nave a
good chrvne of doing It.
For Pipe and Cigarette
K. O. Punch Much in Evidence
at the 44th Street Boxing Club
Thre Heavyweight Bouts Put
On and They Only Last
Nine Rounds Altogether.
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
THERE were knookouta a-plenty at
the Forty-fourth Street Sporting
Club ahow. aa tha three bouta
between heavyweight only lasted nine
rounds altogether. Tho Bret one of
three big fotlowa to meet defeat was
Ed Smith of Hobo It en. who was floored
three timet In the aecond round by
George Wagner of this city and waa In
ucfc a bad way that Referee Corbott
tupped the one-sided aWalr. Then Andy
Morris ot Boston was put to slssp.
Andy met Fred McKay, the giant heavy
weight of Canada. Morrle took a bad
beating for three rounds and was put
away for keep ehortly after the begin
ning of the fourth round. In the final
bout Bailor White went against Vlo Mc
laughlin of Scotland. The Utter pat up
n good flght, but While anally upper
cut him on the Jaw In the third round
and MuLoughltn tell Into a good sound
leap. White waa substituted tor Jim
Coffey, the Dublin Slant
Rirm wtii U't w. wvMWe hi wtrlni
PWCt "-Too A UKW
Tb nv.a.ui J
S SfhjhJ, M rnixt, rleffldr. for tarh Trow
r9. weeetl rUoi.mitntM to iti. bra mr little
"b "rned rhe tMlm at 13 H pounoj at Ma
"mini quartan at MAxxllaini Ion. "Joe will
and itr iii, at that walalit." aald tie
... f JS 1i ,nd I Bjfii n will .urrl
a frralTli.ifTi d"'IU lMl lJ" lcl,
jBeff SmltJi. ha auirllrlcht of BaMnna. K. J..
ml warn all U fialtU lie ha UaaB part la
"Tar in Parlg. a aaullier battle or there on
T- 81 h enetlnj out Jim O'ltrien. t'i. mi.Ml.
wetftil i-liam i.,n of Irrlaml. In Ha, third roiled ot
a -P 1 I "mill ai IIM nonorrland Cil?.
BRilMi uaa Iran urartl.-ally raablied l mart ilia
rminue la EiuilueT i...- lalt.r part uf Uua woath.
Ctiarlaa "Kid" Theraae. "ho u armUiar of the
iBwrtran neUtere aiaktrif fn.x1 In lnuU o, la
-aria will ....... i - - . . . . .
L, w-riar liar, ' Ml, it
a WUI Mart a t ri-ni-liman nanlrd PtaM le a
tantji. round (mut. Tin tanti nmnd heal h.
tjweji Thonaa and ftfUlt Walah. tha llaht.
,--" .Miyp'n oi r.nciau.1. a urn waa ae wat'ili-t
a7. la lararoool la not ItEb ki ,a" .
as Walah U aow kgtaj to rt out uf ih. aiauh. '
IMi.wa. ia rnrw io aw iMmo. on
as. U with tut manaerr. Iiannr Morfan. K. ti
Uttlht of luat , ,1.
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t.. ua Jan. 17.
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tt?J, THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
I GARTER SHOW
Bates, Second Only io Hobey
Baker as College Star,
Capt. J. S. Bate of the Columbia
hockey team haa oven declared Ineligible
for further participation In that branch
of collegiate rpnrt by Ilia university
Commute, on deft I Blag.
A itatrnient !... .1 by the committee
gfter the regular action held for the
purpose of patilnx on the eligibility ot
candidate! fur different varsity athletic
ti imp aald that Hat -a attended Aoadla
College In Nova Hcotla tor three year-,
and while there took part In hockey ai
a membor of the Acadia aeven, playlag
agatnat several Nova Scotlan squads.
Rate cut. rcl the riclencu division at
Columbia after three eura at Acadia,
but In Ills llrvl year wa Inellglhle Ur
rauae of the one-year realdenca rule
then In vogue. However, during Ihg
following two yean, thej aeaeloni ot
1110-U an. t 1911-12, he represented the
Blue and White on the Ice.
Jn view of the fact that he had played
two year at Auadla the committee on
athletlca decided to make him now In
eligible under the regular Columbia
four-year rule. Bate wai ranked by
many hockey crltlca laat year as raconl
only to Hobey Baker of Princeton as
su In.lM.lnal mar on the rink.
mnh... .a Columbia lias withdrawn
from tha Intercollegiate Hockey League
and I'npt. Hatea haa been declared In-
ellKlble, Hie aport will b continued.
Harry A. Kliher, graduate manager of
athlrrtlre. la now arranging a collegiate
schedule for the winter.
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