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11 MVXXINQ WORLD, TUJBBDAY. Jr'JSBKUAKY
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
likely That Bombardier
Will Get Chance to
Gather Any of the Big Purees
Offered Him in This Country.
1M1. Tie fnee Pi
im nee ion wmi,
BOMBARCIBR WOAJB and Alema
Nw are not at all likely to
seat ualn. (Ins Walls ti about
SB Jaad la thlt oountry and Pslser la
aa fcis war to Pari
Well la earning over bar for the
wrweee af meeting Luther MoCarty or
fSm or any on. who llkaa bit tm
aad win help draw r' receipts.
Ot oourae Ike Bortiberdier-a aapaolal
kanae la that ha'U get a mat oh with
ISaCarty. several promoters la different
af tta. oountry having spsnt all
leieure tlma aabliag to Iks English
plan etoos that Moaerty-Palsar af-
11 doesn't Mm llkolr at praaant that
aaabaraior Wan will hart a ofcenoe
a gather any of tka blf purses that
bars aeon offered him. MoCarty doaan't
want to fight. Especially, ha doaan't
warn to fight Walla. Wlllard or any
ana who may hive a ahansa ta whip
Thai la unfortunate. Luther, whan
Trade Tata MeCaray of Ln Angeles
aa kindly mada him a praaant of tha
"world's his j neigh t ehamplenshlp"
(Beivate property, aa doubt, of Unola
a) mad. many atatamanta ta tha af-
Ihat h.'a ha a raal ohamploa and
OTarybody. Now ha won't meat
anybody. uaHaa somas tanth-ratar a an
ha dwg a far him. with a no-alt band
aad an anal ant policy thrown la.
Uathar wa nay it with raal tsars
at Oka an tka root of 'ana.
At that, Luthsr. you're aa mora
mplon" than aay oao of
a aoaaa others. If a boa Angalaa
tar did "givs" yaa tha tltla.
World's ehaaplansklpa hava la aa
oarasd, Uka anything else.
J WCTOfOTTALLT. af lata I hava ra-
oar aa saaay sot-In-ty pa prsas agoat
Bailees, sartaualy saangh from tha
'nsmndlats vtalalty of Mccarty aad his
"a agar, aaaakanar Joan Wlllard.
Tha srrtleao air. alias ad lnataaosa af
Ilea In Wsstsrn battle
I on his utter lack af every-
: other things. I notloa. rhev aay
that Wlllard ran away from a match
with "On. mound" Davis af Buffalo,
'ass a quaar avaralght-lhay laava out
af Winard'a raoard his X. O. of aoldlsr
ataaran, who had palish ad off Davla la
rawed, Thay slip slightingly ovar
Wtnard-s fsgfcl with MoCarty la this
Maw In tha Earn irru wmua mit
r snnaaa ana leoxea use an awful
BW ha skat hi. rlaht .r
it Wat mm think A HtH ...It..
at now ora. or us iaaky aow punch
aye flgki with MoCarty. Lather aaa tha
anrainr favoTrta. euppoaed ta ha picking
aa a Ittda oofl money. Wlllard waa to
ha aha "saal " Tm au. aurmrla WIII.mI
a aaovarvra naaviast swings oa hand
I body without a blink, and la raturn
I A a . . . . ...
a ana apuaiuui i.utner nntll tan
hardly kaaw which and ha was
InsT aa. And If mnwnmrn mhmmmA
snjns or a -imtr it waa MoCarty.
Lathar henams vary aMogotla dnrtag
tab) last coup), of rounds, whan ho waa
stainag his bast to stick through tha tan.
A. far, story that Pslser's aiana
gsr Intsadad ta stop la England
ta maka a match fcetweea Falser
ad Welle, I doubt it O'Rourke Is a
wary faxy manager. Ha saw Walls whip
Pakter within n Inch of the finishing
E- O. Ma aa Falser knookod daws,
obhggirlng around ths ring, laagtns
adUy, aad winning by one of the treat
not ukas ever aeon In a ring. No. I
doar think ha can be very anxloaa to
00 Falser maat Wells again. Paliar'a
'wok might not hold. And It would be' a
aad affair la hava the giant punched fu!i
kenea ta a eoupie af rounds ar aa.
rraa have anything that isn't a
jejoMr ki thla couatry itilp It to
rv wvwry vmiiag
a a -enamplen." Jeff Smith,
aa warl anouah hara until h n.t
as? tha good middleweight, la In
a Hero. Traa. Pari.
sporting writ are admit that Jeff
ensile aa anad Ki.n. ... - - -
. . - 5 aa !.
00 Beaked as a aomlug champion.
taaat. If, ajata big AghU and good
i oaa an. ha does Wiuu Lawla. who oan't
gat a mala beat 0 Now York alnre hla
kbaMMbbana scrap, 4ut who sails ever
J narla aad la aocuimad aa "our w, ..
tabr aad draws tha graalaat orowda of
aaaja aat. Paptu and Klaua got puraee
a bbbst twlaa ai large aa they'd draw
were called champion."
ttrom Lain uMu.4 i...
Paabj la ha snatched with J.ihnann.
annad to beet that Pari, prupoeltlon.
I sanaa imai ramaey atcKariand la tn
hag "an eahlblUon bout" with Mike
easbhaaui. aunn.ilK. mrith tv... i
aajt how ha amild "atack up"
a larger man. Mom pannla
avan baan id rash aa to aay that
POakiy thinks of nglitlii( Mlk. "for
tha eaalterwelght champlnnahlp,"
Wt eauree Packay i-ouldn't da ttUVi
anaha Isn't, snd Mlka never waa weiter
wahjht ahamplon. Mlka haa been jual
a gajad aalddlawalghi, plr-lting aaay, aa?.
la from a nong rha waiter-
Tiiat doaan't maka lil.ii waiter
lie can t make t!ie -!nht.
ad can make 1U ununda fur a
kt cha:itilnahl bout uk:tugh
:" rnr lilm It ouM
for hUu to moat a middle-
e's'BTnivinruvvTnfumn.nrirLri.i.n.- aaaba .
EDITED BY 1
WHAJ D'YOU THINK OF THAT?
Copyright. 1(11. by Tha Preee Publlahlng Co. (Tha New York World).
SV JEy Evening World's Headpin
aXX -J?v7 Tournament in Full Swing
Wmm V tHfOf? 'wrFkT (--)ver a Hundred Men Partici-
T A aMj2j 'Mm te in Opening of Country's
fWnn MwaWi) i o.
NOTES OF A PAID AMATEUR
BY BOZEMAN BULGER.
SPUMtBO oa by aumaroua queries. Swat Mllllgui writes from Bobbletowa to
aak that I explain why ha was never a policeman.
The Peerleaa Hitter of the Poison Oaks nsver Bked policemen for the
simple reason that one of them gratuitously took part In a plot to rah the P.
O'a. af a pennant Whan the oonsplratora tried to down Swat by using tha
fireball aad setting bis bat ahlaae tha copper, Andy Bhoultanelmer, waa In with
It Tha rule being an vogue at that time that a runner could heap scoring until
the ball waa recovered Andy agreed to station himself an tha fence In deep
center ao that ha could watoh tha direction of the ball and tip the neidsrs oft
la caaa Swat did hit It
la tha fatal seventh Mlllkaan, having been wleod up by secret service agents.
same up with his aa boa toe bat Catohlag a curve on the none ha shot the
biasing ball towards deep center. Andy, the copper, turned to follow the direc
tion af tha baM, Just aa Swat bad figured. Uut thet waa a fatal mistake. As
ho turned tha fireball, driven with deadly accuracy, struck him la ths back of
the neck and est fire to hla celluloid collar. As ths pthony linen biased and
burned down to the roots Andy, In terror and pain, whirled around until ha had
loot all eenee of dlreotlon. The fielders went to his rsscus with a hose. In ths
meantime tha ball was completely loet and 8wat clicked off MM rune and
topped af hla awn accord, that being eufflolent to cinch the lead of the Poison
SWEDISH KING AGAIN
CROWNS THORPE HERO
OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES
That Is, He Does in Illustrated
Lecture Given by Martin
tared for the big event but tha en
tries in rha flrat sla days this year
smashed that mark and every mall
brings In new ones.
The Idea originated with Joseph
Thum, the pioneer bowler In this city.
Before the tournament opened, memhdrs
of tha I'nlted Bowling Clubs presented
the veteran roller with a magnificent
aet of miniature howling balls sad pins
in rut glass. A half hour of apeech
mnklng followed, then ths first ball went
acootlng down tha alleys and the head
pin tournament for IMS waa on.
4..N'VRW'.'I6' K !; Dthe. 30: May.
42. Ilotxmm .12. Total. SSI
n irannd No. I Il.inatnrf. 77: Albera 10- Rir
.tt SI; MUhe.. 4f l-ly. to TWI JM
71,B, aPt, 1 iHehokenl William.. 3.
j.mii.a'Nu. 1 Rajas i.luv)) at,. 70- n
2 TaVai TO 107 ; "lrW X
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Tial 2S4 ''0, ; U'L"- ' tl"'m- 10
in- a."! S 1 ii7? 1 Handwork. ;j.
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44: tuba. 17: 9trU. 2!. 7j f
Tlailemu. OH; Coajlr. 00: Nawwan 70- mi,
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WOULD YOU LIK1 TO Tl ON TH B INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE?
la Its fight for reform the New Tork Olobe print, thla headline on the first
Pago: "STANIXARDS FOR JUDQ1NO CALVES ALL WRONG." Now we
understand the recent failure of aa many musical comedies.
ITTEB ME Vm. WILSON QUICK.
Prank Parrall should feet decidedly relieved over his unfounded fear that
Albert Sohula, the new pitcher bought from Savannah, would never be aggres
sive. This promising young twlrlsr has just written tn Chance asking that fte
be allowed to pitch the opening game of tha seaaon at Washington provided
rreeiaent wiiaoa is there.
NO OPENING HONOR FOB AMIS.
Speaking of opening game honors Red Ames writ., to request that ho be not
required to pitch the opaaer, For three yeara Am. i waa called upon and on
three eocaalona the game waa loot notwlrhetandlng the fact that nn one oocaalcn
Red pitched a ao-tUt game for alaa Innlngi against Brooklyn. Ha loat la the
WILLING TO M DECLARED A PROFESSIONAL.
B. K. Perryman. the big ala-foot-four-lncber who haa signed to pitch for the
Ulants. la the flrat recruit to break In the big league with all the credential neo
assary to eucoaas nowaday a. Ha la editor of tha "Campua." hla eollega paper,
and aan write hla own atuff.
HOW MUOH ON THt "IrdaMOlT"
Jimmy Callahan, manager of the While Sox, and who will take his team
along with the Olaate for a trip around the world neat fall, writes to know If
ye scribe can spare the tlma to go along. "The trip." says jimmy, "wouldn't
stand you mora than U.oat at tha OUTfflDB."
OUR MOTTO: "ALWAYS STftlVE TO PLEASE,"
Old Hugfcey PuUertoa oaya ha la very muoh perpieaed In figuring out a
scheme by which ha can pleat tha winners and losers of the two leaguee In ad-
ranoa. in. syatem, ne aaya, la so oomplaa and tcdioue thai Co dreada It That'a
eaery. Huffhay. peck tha home team, and you should worry!
Jamaica Bay Will Be
Made Safe for Cruising
for Buoys and a Light
Has Been Granted.
trip with ths American Olympic
en board the steamship Finland.
a tour around the city of Stockholm and
the Olympic Oamea at the Swedish cap
ital was the treat Martin C. Durkin,
leoturer and globe-trotter, gave an audi,
once In tha Brooklyn Academy of Music
last night with bis Interesting travel
talk on Stockholm and the Olympic
Oamea. Mr. Durkin made the trip
acroas the Atlantic with our team to the
world games and took hundreds of pic
tures which he uoed In conjunction with
hla lecture. Personally knowing all the
athletes. Mr. Durkin delighted hla hear
ers with little anecdote of the boys In
training before the games and during
ths struggle In the atadlum.
The noted lecturer explained, with
the aid ot Ms pictures, how tha Team
kept In training even when the boat
waa toassd about by the waves. Mr.
Durkin emphasised the welcome accord,
ed tlie American team by the Swedes
Pictures of tha wonder places In Stock
holm were shown and then came tha
graad parade of the mould's athletes
marching In the stadium before King
Oustavus and tha royal family.
Every event from the Javelin throw
to the croaa-country run waa dwelt on
by Mr. Durkin. Wonderful action pic
tures of ths psrformsrs received en
thualaatlc applauss from ths audtsnoe,
but none of tha heroes depicted on the
canvaa waa applauded more than Jamea
Thorpe, the Indian, In the act of being
crowned by Sweden'o King for his su
perior prowaaa la the all-around com
petitions. Of tha many stories told by Mr. Dur
kin, one about Pat McDonald mada the
The giant New Tork oop had returned
to Finland after putting the shot for a
dlstanoa of N ft In. when he waa mat
on dock by a young American girl,
member of a touring party tor the
"Oh, Mr. McDonald, you big, wonder
ful man," said tha happy miss In way
of greeting, "you should get a medal.
Wa wig hare flowers for you when you
got back home. What did you do It In,
I ft. ir
THIS thouaanda of yaehtamen wc j.e
crulelng r-aisr is Jamaica Bay,
and the oilier thousand, who long
ago wsuld havs cruised there U Us
channels had been marked ta maka tha
big sheet of water eafe for a erranger
to Its fairways and unfalrwaya, will be
delighted by a report to be mads to
night at ths Waterway Lsagus's month
ly jaeHtng. whloh happens to be the an
nual meeting -in the Johneoa Building,
Navlne and Fulton, strsets, Brooklyn.
Commodors A. H, Brook of tha Aids tn
Navigation Committee, wilt announce
that the league's request for buoys and
a light haa baan fully granted by tha
Maanlni, That Urn i-uslsrn and north
ern portions uf the buy -liy far the moat
delis, tf il for aalllng -no longer will be
a tlara;oee Kea lu any but the most ex
pertenced baymen. The channels will be
liuoyed, eael of the Ireatle clear up to
the head of the bay, the laat five miles
of which have hitherto bean markel
with channel buoya, at Its ewn expanse,
ty the Bay Head Vacht Club. In addi
tion, a light on Sloup island will mark
lha Hit.. Hon gjf three Important watar-
n ii,iu Channel, laweod and
Channel, aad eh
MrSk waswawa s war w aa unvotes Fas rWehawap
ntiaanel ad!na all tha amy ta Hook
i;raeii, the eaatern extremity of the bay
IteUUebl 1 ina or uatllng up to tha head of tha
l bay at night, The boldeat bay buooaaeer
Tha nhannela to Bergen Baaoh, Canar
als and Old Mill aleo wlk be properly In
dkiated by Uovermnenl buoya, replacing
the a la Itaa placed at random by ahors
men that ao often ennfuae the venturer
rho can't tell diem from nel and aystsr
hod polea, All the marka are to be In
plaoe early In April and no longer Will
the chart readi "Channel marka vary,
Thla latssl achievement af tha Water
way league of Greater Mew York and
Long Island (s only pari of lla good
work done unknown to thoueanda. It la
plugging hard to get the few miles of
connecting canal that will link Jamaloa
Bay with tha ehaln of bays to the east
ward and, at a stroke, give an unbroken
Inland waterway from Greater New
York to Montauk aad Orient Paints al
most to Block Island,
On water, the league Is what ths
Lei4tun of American wheelman was on
land, What tha L a. W, did for good
roads throughout ths country Is history.
Ths aquatic organisation Is feat making
lha eania kind of history, welter, per
haps bsttsr. It Is organised separately
by Btatea all along the coast, aad Us
msmtisrshlp Include Congress roan. Sen
ators, Assemblymen, county and civic
official. The local league has enrolled
approximately I.M0, and oa Its roster
are hundreds nf well-known lawyers,
msrehanta, baakaps, Judgee aad state,
man. And they all work for the league,
and nobody get a oaol for his work, all
aeiag aaiuanaa 11 toe league
Baby Reliance III.
After a long controversy, the Molar
Boat Ckub of America haa finally de
cided the ownership of the One-Mile
Neeord Trophy, wtoloh waa oompatad
for la Huntington Bay laat September.
The Board of Governora, after Investi
gating the reoords made by the Tech Jr,
and Baby Reliance III, agreed that the
latter had made the best time for the
dlatanss and consequently was entitled
14 toe pnae.
BANKERS, salesmen, merchants
men of all walka of life-met bn
a common footing laat night at
ths start of ths ninth annual Evanlng
World Headpin Tournament, the fea
ture match of the bowling season. Any
one Imagining that bowling waa a dead
sport would havs been greatly surprised
at the tight of over a hundred bowlera
making a savags attack at ths headpin
on Joe Thum'e alleya.
Headpin rolling la vaatly different
from the regular game of n.nepins.
Both pins and balls are smaller and
the beat poaslble scors Is 120, whloh, by
the way, no one has bssn able to make,
VSS after eight yeara of tournaments.
The meet la from four to six weeks'
duration, and lucky ones making a
scors better then 106 receive a hand-
soms sliver watch fob, while the king-1
pin roller scoring the highest mark of
the match receives a gold fob.
Judging by ths flow of sntrles, there
can hardly be a bowler within fifty
mllee of Naw Tork who hasn't signlfleJ
his Intention of taking part In ths com
petition. From ths fartheat points In
the Empire State to the darkest corners
In Jersey hava come the entries of
prominent plnmen. Then, to get nearer
home, practically all ot the bowling
clubs will enter, la some ossss aa many
aa thlrty-slx teams. The Police Depart
ment Is going to be represented on ths
alleys with ssvsral teams as well as
other departments of ths city.
It is estimated that ths present head
pin ournament will call out about MO
teams, a record number of hnaliri rVir
anv matnh Lt Via e In till. m, I ., Jmrtim iAi Innriil (t U..nv.,ttt.. i
abroad. Laat year there were 750 en- tfWth'.tiorSa'' G"
Hi . H.1
Leonard FtUfia an rb ta ... rm . .
6ulila. 4.1: K.kWTT Total e '"
nm. fM 1-ueiWOD MU1I. TH I Uar.
Atmehat No, 1 l.aeTeMreeroad auaet etonl
& it' t'Ms Bm!" m'
JaillSL'S No. 'J (lalWlf Ulellld) nMteflal M
Aarrtit' No.' 2 (S.rmtr awnad .treat atari I
torattlej .51: OU1. 60: tPbalaa. MfilM
Jut-ao St. Tital. 27. ' '
imnliM No. S Scanty BjasSd atraat atoral--Wkw.
77: Camnh.1!. fcSrb. 00? SSSi
4J: Hradlr ! Total His. t-ia.
-.atmanon II arrrnvm n . 53: Jo. IkTria. 71; Hobn,
TO: Mike DeVriea. H loffmaa 43 Total
Arable Block. Jamaica B. O., 107.
High Team Score.
Jasnlce Ne. 1. 411.
Schedule for To-Nlght.
Arroetiea.! (8,, Ath, (tidral .1 1 tjic
ODDS AND ENDS.
AND ALL KINDS OF
Hannes Kohlemainen Will Try
to Smash Bonhag's Five-Mile
Record at I. A. A. C. Games.
the, oontaled wKh tbe axoapuoa of two. thaaa
pal br ts. prMK title bolder. 0. A
Bill. ho .uffered defeat at the band, of Oaetse
H. brjad and Stud lif .nl lit. i.th of t&.
. I aST ! ', ,m "m tallied tnlv,
ktort.., hil. tli. trt . Iran b. K.ocan' dub
won fire bouu ami Uie Turn VeralD one.
HANNES KOHLITMAINGN, the
great Flnnlah runner who car
ried off the distance honor at
the Olympic games and who has cre
ated a aensatlon In thla country by the
"underfill running he has done In the
various masts, has sent In his entry for
the five-mile handicap svsnt at ths
lrlah-Ajnsrlcan A. C. gamss whloh taks
place at Madison Hquare Garden on
Thursday night. Kohlemainen ontered
the event for the eole purpoae of trying
to smash Qeorge Bonhag's American
record for that distance. Kohlemainen
Is In his best form right now and he
ieels confident that he'll be aucceeeful.
Tha Tale kaaabag teeaa I
Jec Hraa. ow. of lha LiiueiUtuut mMiioan of lite
equed. dlalocadog aad poaaiblj hrokua hi. ukla
wuiia oraotieuts la Ui. SSjaaSM oafe, Hraa wa.
wormna uud.r the direction of CJuuaby aad wa.
precutiia aueaa oetaeaa uia Daeia aua euaii
Ui. .LUM VM uw im hh mu um wv.
at 8.30 but
ARiiiJrtN inn Hit t
JJOKBSg tl.TM'HI I.K.H. Conductor.
Wagner-T sehaikowsky Prof;runmi
0OMJjr.MOR.TING WAItNER'D revriNaRt
SKATS 80c. TO M SOW.
V PLUUBliS HORSES gyW.
....i bn. fall nn hi. anakv Jin an wu ueuai toi
Uut ouUiala and protavblr would hara aaada the
raaTa tSBS of mSXmTtmlojfmmm
m a duel aaeet at the i niarkw BaUat. uj a eaue at
tu a dual wet at the lalarlae hauat bj a four, at
u to lU, Tim Muulirs lada ware d.laatad la a
at. tea to. dmth .at j ana. la aau araaa u,
cja of llaeuai aaiaei as eartj lead ea bla
uiiwu aad wob bj U rude.
Oearaa MM. n. etU eopoaa WUil. bteppe
rnsbi. let lit. la. aaa lla. baiiaed uua, A,
nisbc tm liaa la.l sail Ilea luUuud IJUa,
i mid Joae uitla, abe Um rsuuteu luidn
U. bpauub ohaiJHiiuoalp, la e uraotiae au
hla adloursad saaua la ska
Oaaai iiaalan Toumaiaeat
Hanoall, I. ailed
A, U, ,r. till Aaadeow.
and Unjadwas, b; eke aeoie of
By alanine botk
ai lb. Oaf. lluaioraid If. J, ktfuahail. I nit,
nutum cbaaunon, aud up pa Jarr. into
:'.. eiin a total run e a, or I
oa. uoiat Iw. l n that of J R. Capetaanoe I
ah. bMda tka Iwt with 10 ta 1,
Mm T.Ti AUileU. lllab avoraaaaB sea the '
tiaia aue. olMuojtnonakln of A-itiorin. in tha
Rmnaaiuia af tlx Wingwi Pnnt oraaiilaatlaa la
mrl Park Hcutii .inn A w i, Aad raon,
I ChartM A, "ill. aad Ifran. J hi rat dalat I
1 taaaia reprateralne. tin raaeari t int. and tlia
! Si TorrTiini Tteeia. TW Naw Terk A. 0,
1 trio asanuBted far each af aba boota la whl.r 1
A .TU a?T' 1i,j W
at Thi X
VN 3 WIVES ! Waffft
" yarav-nv T.-WVm.
way To ra cnaa at.
I'm;. Mat. To i
BBJSa is title rale.
SAM BERNARD f4SJJ
sm sr. Wtifote&g
WILLIAM CULLltK ViI'JKiWi
t i pwi cui mr
TIGERS WILL MEET
COBB'S DEMANDS, BUT
OTHERS WILL SUFFER.
The Tiger are about to ourrander
to Ty Cobb. Tha Georgia Peach eome
time ago said that If he didn't get
12.000 for hla salary next season he
would quit baseball. Realising that
the club's financial success largely
depends upon this player, who Is
rsgardsd the greateet In ths business.
President Navtn haa made up hit
mind to pay him what he demand.
But In meeting Cobb' price tha olib
will he forced ta maka the other
player go along without any ad
vance. At least that la the informa
tion given to Outfielder Vltt, who
wa told ha would hare been granted
a ralee had not the olub been obliged
to give Cobb ris.ooo a year whloh la
tha highest salary ever paid any
. A. A. C. BREAKS ICE,
CAPTURING ITS FIRST
HOCKEY LEAGUE GAME
Hockey Club's Defeat in Meas
ure Due to Its Crippled
K. O. Sweeney
Wins From Lore
One of tha surprises eg tha season waa
sprung by K. O. Sweeney at the Olympic
A. C, when he defe-tted Johnay I-ore.
the hard-hitting west alder, la an ex
citing ten-round bout. Trie contest waa
brimful of notion from flrat to last. In
tha seventh round Sweeney caught hla
oppoaant with a snappy left to the right
side of ths hsad and Lore nearly
dropped ta the floor. In the eighth ha
sent him back three feat with a sharp
right to tha chin. Lore started out Ilka
a wlnnsr, having tha Drat two round kt
hi favor, but the next seven rounde
went to Sweeney by a good margin. Lore
came hack strong In the final round and
roughed Swaeney quite a bit and earned
the honor la this session.
aaa dot Defrate Sheridan.
MEMPHIS. Tea.. fW. 4 Jo. efSariot. the
eouihera ajtilient to the llahtwelght title, saui.d
the dertelon oier MloSar sasnasa la aa etf.ir
tound Unit at the Paoenlx A C. aherMen aatde
. run. aaowlni, but prated ne autob for Uandot.
who had ao adraatafe la every round. Sheridan
recuperated rental; and neither! the laat round
with plenty of etreaanh.
Without wlahlng le detract frooa the
good work of the Irleh-Amerlcaa
It must be said that tbs Hookey
trussed their two beat players.
tea aad Oaatloman. Brit ton had sxt
collarbone broken in a game last wwjk
aad had to be content with viewing tka
game from the aldellnea Caa
waa on the hoapltal shslf nursing
injured knee. Without their
the Hockey Club players ware like
or straw la the hands of the
Americana and the winged flat
did as thay plsassd with them.
It must not ha Inferred from this
tne inan-Amencana uaed unfair
io attain their end. They dldn'
loant Conway had warned them
to the game that they must win fear
not at an, and they took hla coi
to heart. They played the flrat
without a penalty, but the exoll
of the second period entered their
sno wen, they just tripped their aaa
ponenta sufficiently to be penalised. M
not enough to be called rough.
Klncella waa penallied two art
for tripping. Hirman received a
dose of omclsl medicine aad Mi
In the flret period, Frederleka, of aa
Hot-key team, waa the only one fl
fault In this respect and hs wa tat
to rest for a mlnuts. MacKenala era
caught loafing offside and bad ttf
mlnutee handed to him, In whim
think It over. Toung was penalta
two mlnutei for tripping.
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