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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1918.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
I ID T-I Pi ATC I
LIKE REAL BOXING;
NO MOLLYCODDLISM IN SULZER' S SURROUNDINGS
Copyright. 1111, try Th Frees Publishing Co. (The New York World).
SULZER TELLS EDGREN
Evening World Expert Gets First
Expression on Ring Sport From
Governor, Who Is Boxer, Ath
lete and Mountain Climber.
BY ROBERT EDGREN.
I met Oov Sulser in the Kie.utlve Chamber at the Capitol. He ! a
tail, bfoad-aaouldered, leant? muscular man, straight at a rifle barrel, with
ths clean-rut featurea of a trained athlete.
The Qorrrnor itfiiped a little aalda and flood under a painting of
bafsretie. who aa. If hlitory is to be believed, something of a flfbler.
Directly arras, the room waa a full length portrait of Oeorgo Washington, In
la youth famoui among the frontiersman of the time tor hla proweaa with
both flat and rifle. At our right wu one of ('Union, flrat Governor of the
State, In knee breeches of the style once worn In ring affairs by John L.
Sullivan, a large, husky gentleman who looked aa If be could have awung
Oat or broadaword himself did the occasion call for action. Facing us from
another wall was Theodore Roosevelt, done In oils, llfe-alse, seaming to lean
oat of the frame a little. Jaw throat forward aggressively and in the attl
ttsde of a man about to slip a left Jab and throw a crashing right over to
Taken all around, the stage setting for the Interview was suggestive of
the activities of manhood rather than the mollyeoddllam that some color
less parsons are trying to thrust upon us.
BE IS FOR SPORT; AGAINST BRUTALITY.
And I muat add that there is nothing of the mollycoddle apparent In the
Governor's make-up. He looks like a rugged throw-back to the time nf
Andrew Jackson to the daya whan men wore men. No one would eipect
Oov. Sulser to buret Into team and run away If some one hit him on the
Boae. Thoaa square-Jawed men hit back.
"Governor," said I, having atowed his features away In my memory for
the pictures, "I've come to get a talk with rou about two things boxing, be
cause that sport interests more people than any other, aad athletics In gen
eral." The Governor took two short steps and turned around, ready to shoot.
He's a quick thinker.
"Aa for the flret," he said, "I'm absolutely opposed to brutality aad
everything that le agalnat public morals. Information laid before me gives
me an tmpreialon that our boxing matches may be nothing mora or lata
than prizefights. It la said they are not boxing matcbee, but plain slugging
matches, In which ths oUJect is not to outboz, but to Injure.
"I will not stand for brutality In the name of sport
"I Intend to make a careful investigation, and if It la true that under
the present law our boxing matches are prizefights; If the promoters allow
brutality and the general Influence le agalnat public morality then I shall
uae every effort to atop boxing In this State, and as anoa aa possible."
LIKES BOXING AND IS NO NOVICE.
"Governor, " aald 1, "you may have seen some wildly exaggerated and
untruthful accounts of boxing matches, written by people under instruc
tions to get in plenty of blood and brutality, no matter what happens.
Once thoee stories might have been Justified by the farts, but the commission
has bean getting these tilings under control, and has made great Improve
ments In the port. Now, suppose you And boxing contests conducted as
boxing col tests, according to ths Intent of the law, would you etui oppoae
"No " said Gov. Sulser. "The law supposes that the boxen Intend t
try out their skill. I approve of that kind of boxing. Hut when the clea?
Intent of the boxer is to produce Injury, It Is a different thing entirely
That is fighting. 1 like boxing I boxed a great deal In my younger days!
and I can take tare of myself In any emergency right now.
-Aa ror my appointing a new ixmimiasioner. that lan't to be taken aa
Indication that 1 stamp my approval on the way boxing Is bolne- coa"
ciod under the Frawley Law. I'll express no oolnlon on th.r ...m
iuctud under the Frawley
investigation Is complete.
But so long as we have a boxing law the commission in control should
not bt handicapped y being left short-handed. It la decidedly unfair to the
Commissioners and to all who helped pass the Frawley bill to let a bobtalled
commission struggle Mth the work to be done. nIM
"I have appointed Jim Price, whom I believe to be the best man I know
of for the position. Ho ha over twenty years of experience In all lines
of aport. and the reepect ol every man who knows him. Now let the full
commission show what It can do.
SHASTA'S NO CLIMB; Irs A WALK UP.
And now for the second question." went on the Governor, suddenly
breaking into a em lie. "I always have been fond of all good, clean ath
letic sports I've always taken an interest In all sports. l'aj, something
of an athlete myaelt. My own specialty is long distance walklnc and
mountain climbing." "
"Dvar climb Mount Sbaate?" I asked, Jokingly. Every native of the
Golden State regards Mount Shasta as the very laat word In high and
lofty mountain dinting, and the glaciers of old Shasta aa something
vastly superior to anything in the Alps. ssaauue;
.. "0b,VB5" fU e Uovernor olemnly. "I never climbed Mount Shasta.
I'to walked up to the top of Shasta Ave times. '1 don't call that a climb"
It's Juat a walk up."
My eyas popped out; I could feel 'em.
"What others?" I asked with more respect.
"Oh," aald Uov. Suiter, "I've climbed nearly oil or the tu.lim peaks In
South America and Id Central America and on the i'acthV Coast and In
Alaska There are sons pretty high ones lu the Andes. And I've climbed
aa isr up muuui aKSkuuwy iu ui.y one l know of except Parker. The
top of Mount McKlnley (an t earth or rock. It's a cap of solid Ice for 7,'iOn
foot. When 1 reached that i e cap and lookod straight up me perpendicular
ww vi sunu ice, i uiiue up ;ny mini mat i wasn t going to get to the top
Wa had no tools, for one thing, and with tools It would be a UrrlOc teat,
COOK'S M'klLEY PICTURE A FAKE.
"I don't belleva any one will aver
possibly by cutting a way up through
aauBM year ur. vodi was aupposou to maae Ms climb. I didn't aee him
try, and a hen be went away he didn't tell me anything of having reached
the top. His photo of the top of McKlnley looked familiar to me 1 bruin
It oouldn't be the top of McKlnley,
nothing but Ice. 1 Anally located It hr
xoax or eo auom sixty nines away rroni i rtlnley.
"Any time you want to eJlgTa a mountain," added Lhe Governor a a
parting abot, "let me know."
"The Governor's quite an athlete," I suggested to oiic of the secre
taries whlls I was going out.
"I he?" cbortleil ths. secretary. "Well. I should nay so. He doesn't
nee a carriage everywhere he pott, like some persons. He walks to the
Capitol and be walks home and he walks to church and everywhere else.
I Should say be is an athlete Yon ought to bee him streak It."
HARVARD CAPTAIN TO
DC CLCblCL) I UtollAT.
nanSHKUXlK, Mass., Jan. It. Tie
Harvard fooiliall captain SJlll be
next luesouy aiiernoo.i. when
I eligible to voie the leaders'. Is
amuie soi in. purpo. of be.n'
i am -11'u.r. sou mi
- Br MM 111 Ul J
reach the too of McKlnley. ascent
the Ice 1 . limbed McKlnley In the
bonauso It showed rook wfjere there's
a picture of a small mountain -la.ooo
ttTt:ta ,h po,""mK
1 pest aeason and both are confident o:
.winning. TuJoi Cardlntr'a name aiay be
' nuced :n nT.!nt'on also. Ilia election
I would mean a great departure from ths
uaual metaoile of aelectlng a leader. He
has never earned a varsity "II." but he
is a sterling pisysr and out for Injuries
receives in mi wouia o tne most lexical
(MffSffNNANT W1PFX A'W" '
CENTERED ON FOUR STARS -Bp5-
Crcc, Woltcr, Chase and Ford the Players that
Highlanders' New Manager Must Count
On to Develop Winning Combination.
BY BOZEMAN hVLGER.
TUB FLU are four great ball players
00 whom Prank Chanca will de
pend for tha nucleus of a win
ning combination. Ths youngsters that
come on thla spring, hoping to flit the
weak apote, will be a eecondary consid
The men who are real ball player,
every Inoh of them, and on whom
Chance can count are Hal Chase, Harry
Wot tor, Birdie Creo and llussell Ford.
Aa Cree and Wolter are outfielders thle
glvee Chance a good outfield to atari
with. While Daniels I not quite eo
strong aa the other two he Is up to the
average of good outfielders and will he
strong man In centre. It would be
foolish o expect an outfield all of whloh
waa aa good a Cree and Wolter.
With the exception of Hal Chase th-
new manager will have no Inflelder on
whom he can depend miles he (fPcldes
to play himself. In that event he woull
put Hal Chase at second and his main
task would be to fill In the other side of
Uie diamond. He has Roy Hartsell for a
third baseman, but he waa never very
euooessful at that corner. He hits well
but Is bad on ground balls hit to hla
The exchange of McMillan ror Jack
Martin waa somewhat of a surprise as
Martin Is a new corner, comparatively.
while McMillan le a veteran of several
seasons. Martin did very gorxi worn
while with the Highlanders the earh
part of laat eeaaon and the fans could
never understand why Wolvnrtnn aunt
him to Rocheater. If Martin ehould de
velop Strongly this spring Chance may
put him at third and lake a ohunce on
Derrick, formerly of the Athletlca and
later of Baltimore for the position of
shortstop If those two men deliver the
goods Chance will have a atrong Indent
if not he will have to try and develop
star or two from hla string of young
sters. The chance are always against
euch a etreak nf luck.
In the oatchiriK department Sweeney
s a gond. reliable man. Though a little
weak with the stick. Bweeney Is an
excellent thrower and ha had a lot nf
experience. Though he does not rlsss
with such men aa Johnny Kilns. Hret
nahan, Meyers, Thoinaa and Sullivan.
Sweeney Is a valuable man. He la bet
ter than half the catchere In the league,
terrert, the college boy, showed goad
proepota lest year and may develop Into
a Star. Above all thlnge. he la a good
hitter and can throw. Naturally, he
lacks the big league experience to make
him a great auoceas the first year.
Donohue Whips Martin
In His First Bout Here
BV JOHN I Of. LOCK.
H wwItY DONOHl'E. of Pekln, III.,
maJe hie debut Id Hill city In a
ten-round bout at the New Polo
A. A.. Johnny Martin of the east aide
being hla opponent. The Weaterner
proved on of the olevereat boxers aeen
here In a long time soil hid no trouble
Donohue waa the sgrreamir thrnurh
out. He rushed hla opponent around the
ring and Into a corner repeatedly. Mar
tin earned half the houois of the lint
two roun'le hecauae Donohue mlaaeo Rev
era! of hie anlnita and wua the recipient
of some hard blotve to the fa eg and body
Donohue directed moat of bia attention '
to landing bmly MOWS, He n gueSSSI
.'ul most of the Itme ami they had tin
iteelred .fr-ci, fur from the fifth session
:o lhe end Martin clinched repeatedly g
eav Jdmaelf Irom beliuc knocked AO WO,
Hairy at.. ru.i4r t I lrwii A. A
of I'll! .iaU'iue. Ism let uUn. buri u ImiRirtan'
hi , et i'. tlie-tal i to Ua hrM by Ul. rtsjli
,a Ut.jniu cantos. Jan. iri. lis liaa altoei
up Jai'h I'l:. ': tit. crash tuiilj.ewrif lit i Indian
apull. to ttiel I t i lltuirk of I.Aii. ..:i I'a.. In
la :. i i.l lut St .at 'iMtausta UmUl )u. a !.
,'r of viotoriM to SU renti anil le atitull s1a
lullo a uanl oatlla.
Is t.laxrem to ioa erllar. lata Morsan. wfa .
ia at iiraianl Lu Smm passasa. ailh Jua two Ion.)
luaseeassla. Setk tMttoe ami Kn -a.nt Bin
w that the tesaty-raaad bail i.iim ioa mtani
CHANCE MAY DECIDE
TO PLAY FIRST AND PUT
CHASE ON SECOND BASE.
CHICAGO, Jan. ll.-iFrank Chance,
ths nsw manager of the Highlanders.
It Is said here, 1m anxious to play
ball again rhls year, and If hla health
permlta tie will cover flret baae and
have Hal Chaee cover the second
bag. Before leaving for hla home
at Olendora, Cel. Manager Chance
said as wan In perfect physical con
dition and that ha did not expect
hia health to go back on him. While
there la no stipulation In his contract
which calls for him to play. Chance
nevertheless told Owner Farrell that
If he la able to play he will gladly
do eo. Manager Chance la anxious
to get back In the game, aa he feels
that he can handle hla playera bet
ter while playing with thnm. Chance
Intern! to be In New York In time
to attend the American League meet
ing, which will he held next month.
The pitching department Is the one
angle of the loam on which Chance is to
centre hla effort. He knows that he
has a good man In Ford and he has
heard enough good reporte of Caldwell
' warrant him giving him a thorough
tryout. Jack Warhop 1 alwaya reliable
liecauae he hae good control and a nerve
of steel. He la the most consistent per
former on the club. Ray Flaher, a spit
Sadler, la another valuable man, aa Is
MoConnell, the big right-hander. Theae
two pitchers sre a little lacking In con
trol and right there I room for Chance
to get buey.
Chsnce figures that If hs can gSI three
pitchers who work steadily he will have
a chance. "The pitching la the main
thing," he aald the other day, "and
that la the flrat thing I will attend to
when we begin training."
Thnse are the things with which
chance will have to contend. If he can
atratKhten out that Infield and get it on
a smooth working basis hs will be well
on the way to a pennant. Then, If he
can eatabllah a gond string of pitchers,
hla runt 1 1 i.m will have been achieved.
It te quite certain that the Highland
ers will play In the Polo a rounds during
the coming season, all reporta to the
contrary notwithstanding. Aelubhouae
for their uae le being built In the Polo
Orounds now and la nearly eompleted.
Their quarters will be separate aad dis
tinct from the Olanta.
MirthtWf anseni.Hi at till lensda. watsb In at til.
mis aula. atiiriaa aai. Of kU leave for Lo
.ttial. wiiu Hives almai Keb
Knl Wu i.uu He ihaoioloa teatsraeeta M nf
ill. Snuth. will itirt f ir I . Ausalaa. I . , lo
iiiiirro arioti in, utanaaar. Kanua llarrli. will
uuia e alau.il up i. uiaal Kill. Campi. tlia crara
baiUaiu.a,a1a of Ran KraiMNioo, fur twastv rauoilj
ai tin poau.w ruia elv ai I ui u mi . nmxjui
lull at V.r.ai. i .. . on Kali. II WuWim u t
rw-alii a suaaasiaa of li.000 and Uirta luurai latv
II soar lavas at though Kdili. alaOoattf asu
HUa trUiooua a ill tune LosH lei la a I cau
P'uul noul In nan rmuclt.-o for Jits I uflrolo
ttaa n.. . t. uiui . ii.tl.-riuf orrar io Letuv
Uie lnut vrluna tliay uar. irn u l:r a...'uiel
ii..' Iioul If .-liuctii-u .ill te lo.ajkt ai toffruu.
aoas air araoa Ui. lattar ,n 4 salt Ouutli
HcvMKirti u (tu. to arnr in Nra yors u. u.. to
for lita Mill with Fimiila iilca. t tl.c
i.i a i . jau. zv.
I it rr I-'art. cl.lm.ut of tli arMa. v...
SfUat t-liauitU'iuiru,i, :ia. iuii Iam Auittiai. Je,
''? '- ' ' '"- -'-"- an inny, tn
j fuflkla. Ml I'- ffllk I , I 1 .
IU uriiii hla lung tat.uli-al U1y wbloU call.
IM 11 to Ml. I. .1,11. .Kllll lLu.ll. jril I. 1.1.
a larlnrr alci artj la atpwied w arnta ia
loli vlir .uii.it r.i 1.
Jun rVs. io waa dafaalad tv Luliier Mc
rl) sals, a lux inouva to lu, coouuiMr. x
claluu la a suudrrlul flstitar, Mccaitv u
i-it.i tnJj.' aaaa Itnui, "thao ssj uUim
i.irw.ailit. 1 hara fouxlit Itiatu all from j,
iruu to Jack ioatiaon, ai I I snoe wkal 1 sis
Ixluj about, iw lct an a aae man ab ia
im. I do not wiali In aoixiisuu a
u ttwa. aw agates! tha .uoi ol
lio huilna ni
. il, V .11 Dlrt-1 1.
..un,. I th. wnin.r. aad I wUl net aarthliu. Z.
awej ntsfjiiwrv will t r-
ii riiaiuts il. r.n ml lib. a lattsrini raai
II. iiaaa uutk iiands u adaaua. aiLT u eireei
Uh It ai .ll.i.i hu, m.i, ... Xj. . .
Mat McCartt WliU. aol a Vmin. TuiS?' !f":
win.-TSf tvHS "iai5.-TitaS
un an bat. ft, bora.
Good Showing Upon
Debut at Ice Hockey
Although Their Star Player,
McDonnell, Is Barred, Cham
pion Crescents Have to Go
Some to Beat Winged Fist.
THE Irien-Amerlciin A. C. made a
big success of Its debut at IM
hockey, which took place at the
St. Nlcholaa Rink. The Winged Ftet
aeven, lte la true, were beaten by a
cor of I to 1 by the Creecents, but o
well did they play igalnst the cham
pions that it Is predicted that the Ama
teur Hockey League teams had better
look to their laurels In the future or
the newcomers will ahuw them up.
The I. A. A. C. team went Into the
game crippled, aa their Mggeet etar waa
barred, but they fought gamely ail the
way. Tha winner acored twice In the
flrat half and thrice In the second.
Tha Irish-American A. C. waa con-
alderably weakened by the abeence of
Moyrlan MoDonnell, the Canadian
player. McDonnell had been under In
vestigation for the paat two weeka and
yeaterday the Hockey League bald a
meeting and euapended him on the
charge of professionalism. Two years
ago McDonnell played with the Cres
cent tesm and later drifted to Ontario.
In Ontario he played on the Bollviiie
and Banford teams, which were In a
Drofesslonal league. After this league
expanded, McDonnell went to Edmon-
on. Alberta, Canada. Here ne receiveo
ka A. A. u. esra from me aMsssna ttte
aoclatlon and played with the Edmon
ton team. In a letter to ths Hockey
Laague yesterday an official of the Al
berta A. A. U. aald that when they le
aned McDonnell'e card they did not have
the full facta In nis case Derore mem.
After the etter wss reset at me meet
ing yeaterday McDonnell was suspended.
M'DONNELL EXHIBITS HIS CAHU
McDonnell claims that the two pro
fessional teams disbanded early In the
muw ORLEANS. Jan. 11. The hour
between Joe Thomas, the local light
weight, ana Jacx iirnton or nicano ai
h. nrasnwall Theatre proved a case of
a clever boxer aeralnet a super-olever
one, and the super-cievernees or ine
-1. 1-. mrm n mnn ThofluU WSS OUtDolnttK
snd outfought In eight of the ten
round and appear,: to be giau wnen
the bell rang for the Anisb of the bout.
Britton demonstrated to New Orleane
fight Cans that he Is a master In every
branch of the nosing art. At the end
Thomaa'e face allowed plainly that he
had been through a hard fight. He "'as
bleeding from the ear, the mouth and a
a cut on the cheek. Britton waa un-
SEMI - ANNUAL
$20 to $50 Fab
rics now $18.
Broadway and 9th Street
aetison and that he received no money
for playing with them; that he went to
Edmonton and, after stating hts case to
the Alberta ofllclal. waa given a card.
The cant waa ehown at the rink laat
night and expired Dec. 1 of last year.
McDonnell wa In uniform lant night,
but uat before the game William Kue
eell of the Hoc: y League, told ths
referee not to allow McDonnell to play.
When the Irish -American playera heard
thle they threatened not to play. Later
they wanted to play McDonnell under
protest, but Russell wouldn't allow
them. After a conference between Rus
sell and the Winged Flet manager, the
Irish-American A. C. Anally decided to
The teams battled up and down the
rink for six minutes before the first
goal was made. Hallock, the sturdy
right wing of the champions, secured
the puck near the Crescent' cage and
started dotrn the rink with the disc. By
some clever skating. Hallock managed
to panstrste the I. A. A. C. goal. Du
rresns scored the second goal near th
end of the half.
The Irish-Americans plsyed a faater
game in the second half and made the
new Moon team fight bard for all thalr
Jimmy Sheriff, tha captain of the
champions, and Relnmund, the centre,
tallied the goals for ths Crescents In
The Irish-American A. C. scored their
lone goal near the end of tha half. Smith,
the centre, eecurrd the disc In a scrim
mage and managed to evade several
rival players. Near the cage he made
ahot for a goal, Carhart, the goal
keeper of the Creecents, stepped out two
feet and blocked the puck. The rubber
rebounded and Harmon drove It Into the
cage before Carhart could get beck.
To-Night AVONIA A. C. BALL
T MANHATTAN fAalNff.
Agaalaataa. IWar Indira. 9Se.
rroml'.ent Ilm.r. Introduced al II ?, St.
W .st nr. W.u
tin. ai e ls
LAURA HOPE CREWS
and H. B. WARNER
a rata. I nor., a
and Brilllaat ran
JK BMaajr. Ki. s.W
Wat, Set. at 3,30.
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Tha leil, al IIk Juni
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vanebvia rrleee BS te ftl. Dlr 2.10-S.ge
TO-OIT 2:30 T0-II8NT 8:30 SUIOAT 2:36
No parforauur Huadaj KsjM.
Thenaftae tele rtallr. Inclutkng Sosdaj.
PANAMA CANAL BALKAN WAR
Nrw IIIRKUJ I.RtUINO THgATJIKe.
KUXT HON, (geats WowlTOg arV.
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Tigers Beat Columbia Five
For First Time Since 1906
Great Playing of Left Forward
Salmon Responsible for
ADDED and abetted by one June
Salmon, left forward, together
with four other lanky floor adapts,
two of them regular gridiron warriors
of the 112 season. Princeton succeeded In
trouncing Columbia at basket hall -something
the Tigers have been unable to ac
complish since IMS, while the Blue snd
White ran up an unbroken atrlng of
thirteen wins. The final chalk waa H
to U in favor of the Old Nassau men
Although anything about Salmon
sounds fishy. It muat be remembered
that he waa really tha on responsible
for the Princeton victory, for tie scored
the sum total of 31 points during the two
twenty-minute halvee. Five tlmee dur
ing the second half rhls dapper adroit
dribbled the ball down almost the length
of the floor or received It from a team
mate and then caged a goal. Three of
hie eucceeeful tosses were mads from
difficult angles to the left of the hoop.
Not only waa Salmon all up to par or.
his goul shots, but he chalked up 11
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line, missing but six attempts. "Kid"
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very Ineffective. De Witt was stilt tsa
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