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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
DENATURED RACING
'UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSY
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EDITED BY
ROBERT EDGREN
Only Natural That a Boxer of
McFarland's Class Should
Want )o Train at Dal Haw
kins's Place.
Ocrlihi 1011 Tea lre f i ... n '
7 ' Ne Tort W r .
rACKKV M KAIll,A.Vli al'.l a'Tlv
here to-rnoi rii aful at 0. re-
eume hi training at OtaaMeV DM
road hou In th lir.mx, now run by
Dml Hiiakln.
It la quit natural that a lightweight
r McKarlaml'n rlaa ahnuld Ilka to
train at Ha kin a place, alle from
Mi fact that i'aikey alwaya haa
trained there for hla New Vork hnut
Thar waa a time when llawklne
Olaaeed an well among the light welglita
a Packer duea to-dny And there
er si 'Ml. lightweight In thoar day
Who of the old-timer will eier forget
Hawkins and hla two aturtllng fight
Villi the gieat Joe (fane?
M a true that llawklna waa knwk'd
out In both of theae light, on.o In the
second and i In the .third round,
but even with the knockouta he In
cieaard Ma fame.
HawMn had a wonderful left hand
Tht hi at time 1 ever noticed It waa
evt lajwi, N v , white Jim i'.rhtt waa
training for hla fight wltli Vitaalnunona
few mile away llawklna waa train
ing to fight MjtpUn Maherty on the
aftarnuon of the Corb-4t-rltiaUrunona
(fair. Liven ra hla training bout a Hal
allowed a anuppy left that waa hard to
gat away from Ha ahol It out nearly
atraught, then ourvod It In and down
ward with a twkBUfig wrlm. The blow
Waa duUvered Juat aa a whip la oraik"d,
the flat belitg the aaapper at the end of
the laah. An rhen It atrurk the Jaw
bone the recHWant Immediately loat all
Uitarat In the aitalni of that moment.
Uaiwklna, that 17th of March, 'fl,
anappod Ma left ova.- on Martin Ftaji-
ty'a ah m within a few arouoda nf the
beglnnlnc of the OgbU and KUherty
d..in t know what bit blin uiiuU half an
our later.
yiiHTaA m .gU.ataWaw'
SaViftfcAv
JAMAICA WILL HELP
IN RACING REVIVAL
BUT WON'T HOLD MEET
Indications That Only Belmont
Park and Saratoga Will
Open This Year.
George Rodel Will Be
Matched With Kearns
'i i rtea to hla Uet diirtne th U two moatka un ,-lllt, n.,t
H laet wia a o.r brfJaM. the BapMtl "
1'irmi f1.tor. elxm be kuo k.d it In Hi I .VOCWdlflg to Utta aUUKJ
NOTES OF A PAID AMATEUR
BY BOZEMAN BULGER.
Jim Thorpe Has a Real Test in Facing Curve Ball Pitching by the
Minor Leaguers To-Day We Will See What the
Indian Can Do Under Fire.
J
IM Tllolll'K 1m hla flrat real chance to amow what lie can d. under fire
to-Uay, vhun he will appear In the tlrat exhibition ball arame of the year nt
.lAeUlaa. Tax. Hlttlna; the "lob" plti hlna; of the hla; leiixue twlrlnra at Marlln
quite a different thine from going agnlnrt the minor leaguer with their aprln.r
rurvea The Mk Indian wilt be up aetalnat a real teat. The amall circuit fellow
In the wiring alwny put all Ihey have on tha ball ao aa to make a credltaine
allowing Men like Lurry Doyle are niaile to kink foollah when they flrat atark
up axalnat tbime Man li phriKinia, a It take aeveral weeka for fhelr eyea to
become a'Tuetonird to the unexported break In the ball.
In a letter to a friend In town M.Uraw aay that he la more than pleaaed
at the work of Thorpe. Not ao much that he haa ban hitting the ball, but be
cauae he hna dleplayed a wllllngnraa to try anything until he haa maatered It.
It la of iiuiw Interest to note that Thorpe hna hern kpt at flrat haae. deaplte
the reporf that Mclraw Intend to make im MtataldMf or a pltclreT out of him
If he continue la hit the hall a he hna In the flrat tan weeka. It la a aufe bet
that he will not b a pltchnr.
RetoMiHuLy 6owNEt ""'IP
ON "TUB TRCre.
South African Heavyweight
Made Great Hit by Knock
ing Out Art Nelson.
I r r-Mir.l oT a r.treen r-Ml.l luMle
"Art ..,'! f,,r .r . T).mu jnotti.-r
I -twi. wbu ran out ot Urn maloli at the lwt for nil
ajBJBJBjL
The Mi'trnpoMtan JorVey nub. owner
Of the Jnitinltca rit 'i track. c.ine forward
to-day WMl bhe announinm nt that 11
would gladOy pay Ita pro rnta aluvre
with other railnff ajtorlatoina to give
racing a new mart In New York Htnle
thla ummr. The Jamaica official,
while perrfecitly wll!lnT to oral at with
C)u expense of holding a meeting at
Melmirit l'urk a,nl Huratogn, don't e
thetr y clear o MethtaM a meeting at
tho Jamaica track thl atimener. One
of tlie leading atockholcUrr. however,
w.-nt on rmnl n anvlng tJint If the
new experiment proved aucceeeif ill th
year the Jamnliti cuirae would te In a
poaatlon to reeume the regular e-,this
ami (nil meeting In IW4,
The ame Unllgnl nlo anld that tha
MttrOpOiiteVn Joohay t'luli never received
un oflor rron "CuHojf" Brown to hold
a tnei-tla: at Ita track It was the pui -poaa
of the Uuirel promoter to rut an
'outlaw" meet at J.iin-'H un! the -viei-
termtt or tnte
rlty, the Rrlgh-
HKSltWl tra 'k has paoad out of turf affairs
tlPAOg, IM new owner who
pim llanl art the curm' from w. A. Knx
man d in't Intend to '. M uny ra.inU
Wuas Joe Uana'o turn came,
here In Now York, Joe know
all about Dal'a thunderbolt
laft. He waa looking for It. and
ovary one expected lo aea clever,
eluatve Joe clip away from It and return
hla deadly counter at hla own ylaaaurv.
Uana axpeotad to do aomethlng ilka that
too. They oame together, put up their
hand, and "Craon:" Mala left curved
ui'Or Joe'a guard, Aaahed before hla
atartied eyea and dripi'd iTuahlnirly
on Joe'a Jaw. IJown went Uana Uka a
man wlw haa atepped on a banana peel.
It looked all over but paying the purae.
To. crowd gaaped, then wliooiml wltli
excitement. Uana rolled over and tiled
to (at up. He maiajad to make It Juat
before the end of the ten aeconda.
Woexi he roar there waa no uoe In trying
to box and flddlo about and try to keen
away from that dynamiting left Joe'a
nasad bralu knew juat one thing lie
mart mix. And h did mix, like a reel
ing black tornado
U them w aa one tliliaj ial ilawkliui
took more pride In than that left of lua '
It waa hla anility to "mix H" with both I
haiala. He waa alwava anxloua to prove
to nerybody that he had a good right. I
bo lnetead of getting clear and looking
(or a hula to drop that left througti
again, l.U mixed There waa a round i
and a half of the liottuwt altigglog ever
aeon within 1 1 1111. and then Uujin
landed, and Mal'a lual bouneed un tht
fl ior and It waa all uer.
That tight ao ariiaa.tlon.il. and the
xiutuum ao much in doubt, lhat OtM
and llawklna were inuu hed atraln The
ottd time Joe boxeil warily, both eyea
glued on I hi. 'eft tiat. trot MM atten
tion aparnd lor the i am that inlght
tie trickily uwl ,iaaeul. Hut lluwklna
didn't car a whoop how cloaw . watch
tliey kept on hla left. There waa the
riaaii of a white arm through the air a
left arm. Imniuilatrly ahead of It waa
a brown ainudge movtnS piclurv of a
lioxjng glove. PfOClooly at that mo
ment, appaix-ntb . Ihvn came a aharp
,i.i, 'k. like knuiklea iiieotljig bone, and
dnwn went Joe liane
The real of Hie tight waa ajtnoot an
exact reproduction of the one ttiat ,ite
ceded It Uana pulled through, 0 up,
reeled, wobtiled, covered, and mixed.
Hal. proud of hia two handa, gOtOfnillMnl
o ahow that he really h id a right, and
thai MM reaull of I Ho formor alfaJr aii
m mere lluke. mixed Willi linn
pltball In a world's erle From the
way thlnga broke lat fall, the nimn
are perfec tly agreeable to aucn an ar
rangement -
SOUNDS TOO OOOO TO BE TRUE.
A few week ago Nath Kechenbarh.
aecntary of the Dallaa club, wra In
New York and declared pout lively that
Oooper. the Texaa outfielder now with
the ill .nt la a better man than waa
I Trla Speaker when the latter flrat re
ported at Little Hogk It will be re
membered that Motiraw offered $6,000
In oanh for Hpeaker the moment B0 art
ayea on him, but Ilooton had a prior
claim.
Cooper haa been tearing thlnga up at
Marlln. and It la aaid that McUraw will
keep him, Whetlirr he haa a chanca to
nae him or not If he prove to be a
T " "ffSJ LT": " ".'."ho, ' Proliably the hapidet man in
SH AFER IS FULLY PROTECTED.
1 1, .for,. "Tilly" Hhafer would olgn a
contract McOraw hud to promtae him
that all the mall coming to the Polo
Oround next aea eon would be oanaornl
and that no "acented notea" would
reach the Callforntan'a hand. ATI per
fumed letter will be turned over to
lcrry Doyle and Joah Devore, who arc
not ao rhln-k1nned.
Nine Dodgers Sail To-Day for Savannah;
Last of Highlanders on Way to Bermuda.
The last party of Greater New York major lencne hall Player leave
thla city to-day when nine member of the Brooklyn Club will report at
Kbbeta Field preparatory to aalling for Savannah, whence they will tnko
tho train for their training camp at Auguata, Oa. Bewide DgsUbOrL the
player who will board the ateamhlp City of Savannah, which will mil
at S IV M. from Pier SB, North River, are Catcher Tex Krwln, Bill riwiher
and Eddie Pnerpa; Outneldora Leo Callahan and IlTbie Moran, Inflelder
Pino KlrXpatrlck, t'tlllty Man John Hummel and Pit. her William Han
rattan. Th lat f.ontlngonit of HlgWandero left this city yeeterday morning at
I o'clock by the Royal Mall ateamer Arcadian for Bermuda. The aqund
comprtaed Pltohera Ray Caldwell. Cheater Iloff, Oeorge McConnell, Patrick
Ureeri and Albert Ucliulx, Catdher Willi. in. F'lr.it Uaaoman Malcolm
BaJTy, Second Baaoman Ralph Young, Shortatop Claude Derrick, Jack
Martin, PmugJaaa Harblaon and Bftt Stump, Tlrd Baasmcn John Prleat
and Kara Midklff; Outfloldara Birdie Cre, Harry VYoltnr and Bert Daniel.
nr ronx POLLOCK.
BOROI RODKL, the boarywolgtil
ohampion of South Africa, who
nude good in his tlrat appeurnnce
In a battle In this country by aWPing
Art Nelaon of OfelggalO In eight round
at the Fairmont A. C. on Wednesday
night, ha received many flattering
offrre for bout from clubs both In thla
dty and In the West. His next bout
will In all probability be with Soldier
Kearna, the hard hitting heavyweight,
for ten round at the Irving A. 0. of
Brooklyn on Saturday evening, Mar.'i
S. The match la expe. ted to be clinched
to-day. A club In P.tt.iburgh alao want
Itodel to fight Frank Moran a six-round
go within two week.
Tie Mate Athletir 'aumuv.t.,n it Ita ineetiaa
faatardai pojgal new rula wMah tn i of
grvaa tieuefu to the follonrn of the aKn. It
lalla f, furl era Owi are goaMt la lo ttienifii
wit'i their bouta aa a aaajaaajajgoi f illueaa or du
alitjr to halfy . dak ejftrih .mil the latter
mtt.t :.wt a Battel of th fat u.er the i.iitflc
and a,, ,,t..rai tha pOHM '..r..aib tl
pren,.
Oeort r.-iriantier, the fuitlc kM of Prarce.
haa heen Lilnng on aemht e,i f i in tlui iaat
hii nawithe tint ha 000 enter t.'.r ring welglnnx
ITA iMiuniie. ,r r i Upee.1 tiie .itM at ui.ia
weight ahen lie fuviicht llai'laotiui lti -e. the MUI
lull !4w aelgtit, ti.un lie 'It t . el.-el. 111 la
Coleman Makes
Record Run of
65 at Billiards
At tip. iirewn if-mnaatum A. a uike eiiae-i I tnaata at th' lh iv h comae
Mola ra.le and Itot.bj KrieBa K. YXt-rt : ,, , Dwver. on port h.i
t p.i,.ri ; mi riiranm m. i . iiarrv
On hn of ll-.nlru ra Meaof Ban. ten
real tti it Libenl t. C ItneeSeiik. S. I . Mike
Ma.e ra. Venn MHHhgt ten aVBda at Nt
ta.i .1 A C. "t Hr-aiXljn Marly I. ... ra. lleorye
Alaer. tea ronod.
I 1 1 ; , , ona i aport n.is , ia
rilll un ertaln tbotlt reopening tho
AqtMdUOl track thla year for racing
pUipUgOl and It appeara now that the
only "s ue ti r.nrs" will be held at
Beltnont Park and Saratoga.
It Mi ma to be the pieavnt plan to
h,.M meeting! rhro days a week at
Bolmonl I'arli and to race perhapo four
.lays at Saratoga. If tile atten lauco la
piofita .! at the Spa tho thoroughbred
m.ght go to tho post every day In th?
month of Auguat.
A new ro.-ord for a OaM B blNtgrd
ohatrfplonohlp competition tti ootgh
llahej at Paul'g RtYOTOtd: Ai.idemy In
Harlem in the eighth game of the pre- t'AVTuV
M tout Hi mi nt, n.ncii brotlghl tOgOthajr ! y V'.rX I
H A. ColotlMUt and M i lH Mnldaur. In
tho forty-seventh Inning, with gttttigtir
li .i.llng. HI to -JVJ. t'oli-man took hla turn
a: the table aid ran oiT a at ring of er.
polnta. The previous record for CaMt
11 ciiamplofiiup play w.ia lilt, made by
Walter Leonard in tlie imj tournament.
The long run ten t Cot agnail In position i .
run out tour Inning later, the final
core being 3g to :',. The winner in i I"
an average of ii V31, and iiesl.li-s the
re.vird ran he l.ail nins of S3 and 'J.'
aluldaVJr averaged 1 41 -ui, and made rum
of ll'i, M an, 111. The v.etorv win lw
K. 0. SWEENEY WINS AWARD
OVER FOREST OF COLUMBUS
rai "-'in..! tTt it- i- n oior Eidi
y, afM cf CuhtaWRM t tnr fOiggj ot vmx mieri -nam
t Ui Nfaff Um M-uon A. C. Krfre
K -1 it r i 1 rit 'lir dt"iiiiiji. So d.J
Hivtefio imiiii litn MipaMBt In tha lut f!-,-,
U that h wa hanlly abla (u aniwrr tabo
t t 'i i ir the final now.
Toruniv Befftn, t i -1-1 'fi K'xor, and Harrr
Still v ColvttbVM ' " 1 a t-i-t1 lug draw.
HIGHLANDERS ALREADY HIT
TINQ THE PILL8.
The laat of the lllghlandera sailed for
Bermuda at an early hour thla morning,
and by the end of next week Chance
ought to have a pretty good line on
hla team. All of the player who went
awav In iharge of Harry Wolter car
ried mysterloua looking little boxro In
which were pill to keep them from get
ting oca ale. Hal Chaae tried one go
ing down and tipped theun off bv e.iUe.
Several of the recruit kicked be.auae
there are no bowling alley or billiard
talble on board.
HAPPINESS IN THE BRONX.
New
Tork theae day la J. Bentley Seymour,
aomotlmea known a "Cy." The for
mer Olnnt never overcame hla fit of
dcprtalon at having to go to Newark,
and ashen he waa aold to Loa Angnlca
that looked like the finish He waa
.lut about to aell hla kennel of fine
dog, glvo up hla home In the Bronx
and start Wet when (leorge Stalling
nved hloTi by giving Cy a Job with the
Boatnn Bravea I aaw Cy on th otreet,
and liefore he had told the good new
It ami noticed that With hla fajnoua
dog, Claay and Klddo, wore brand new
collar.
Thorpe Out to Surpass
Meyers 9s Batting, Record
ruuiuU at tha OnwiS da rwTM on l-Vb. 11. uih I Ihlfd 1' iU00Mtl0n fJOf ColMQaUli Hfhfl
pantl:' um ti.itle t wt'ii tit vritiDnr
t . i.iiu npm wnmM mwm 'i''t. mm m
In taWtl on .k- 0.
Rattlinff NaIon ha nlgnad artHw fir w!liTr
I'd ' 1" --.i. wilt b for trn r - umU au l hi
Ji IggAtlni
bflni to loom ut m tht proniftii nin-
fV)BILLIARI)S AND BOWUNG
s i rnru an i lersji
f J la Bait.
X BKI-tlltS BT
EXPERT MECHANICS
till-. UUI'NWWKIK nxLKE I'oM.UNtlKU, Q0..
wax.
UP THE RIVER THEY "ROAR,
ROAR, ROAR."
Bo, more than a hundred oaismon got
the can from (lid Father Courtney for
It Iftlllng ataiut ar. they Nitloul.l tl'lllli' 1
It'a a good thing Mr. tViurtiiey la deal- I
ing with ggollmni for at thla moment ;
a picture ouine lo ue uf a baaobull
manager burring out the recruit who
kick atiout the food, ihe room and j
everything "wliut Is " If Mctlruw or
Chan-e birr.sl lull playera for KtoKIng,
can you lmuglne how many would be
left in the BtrVIOOl
ANOTHER STAR LOST TO
VAUDEVILLE.
Buck (I'Bileti. who aang h'a way
uround tha vaudeville circuit after
pitching a lualng game for tlie Bed Sol
luat fall, haa bid the atage au rvvolr.
Ilia one puriM.se in alining a contract.
Buck aays, la lo have one more oliance
of going uKuIiimi the Olatita with hla
TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO
MAN, BUT
Lovera of nthletlc porta were aome
what puixled for a few daya over the
fact that the Naaaau Beich Walking
i 'lull Invariably lamiee a tide table wlih
the entry blank. The eecret waa finally
explained by the Information that three
athlete alway start nt low tide ao a
to get a hard heacih to walk on Other
wlae they would have to trudge through
alx Itii'hea of aand for nve mile from
Long Bench. Tlie entrlea are rlaaatflcd
under the head of "ooft-aheH" and
"hard-Ohell" walker.
Great Rivalry Promised in the
Giants' Camp Between
the Two Redskins.
the
i. n. ltd to push Krne'a guard away, and
then half dfOPpod un.t half iiok.il It
And in I down over I'lank'a glove. Mine tmhlied
"Pro" Wrestlers
Will Compete at
N.Y.A. C. To-Night
Herzng, Crandall, Wtlaon and Merkle.
Another game between the Ynnlgana
and MoCormick'o team waa on the pro
gramme yerterday morning, and again
McCormlck' tonm w-aa defeated by the
ocore of 10 to S In alx Inning.
Jeff Teareau, the Ozark Bear Huntar,
waa in tho box for the first three In
ning for tho McCormlck and gavo
Coach Itoblnaon great trouble In hand
ling hi delivery by the amoke and
Merlin Tex. March 1. ahoot t' it he put on the hall. The
HKRR are now two Indiana In tho three run acored on htm were due to
Olanta' camp. Chief Meyora, " flawing on tho part of ht. team
!1 . ..!!... . . matea. It look a If Jeff will pitch oven
tho hordeot-hlttlng catcher In bette, bM tnftn h, dl, la((t year schupu
game, nae juej arrives.. ue waw . ..ucihad the rema ning three Inn iw.
not expooted until next week, but he 4 although a little wild had hia ohoots
aaid he had road ao much of the and curve breaking beautifully.
tunta performed by the othor Rod-! The Yanlgane again played high rtaas
kin Jim Thorpe that ho dooldod to haaball and are In fine tettle for the'r
. , game at DaJlaa to-dajr and to-morrow.
get on the Job right away. Th h(me yfi
Thorpe la now batting Jut aa fierce-1 Uf w,,,rh ,ermm , have become a
ly a din in oniei wnen ne nrt joinea ha,)1( wl(ll Olympic hero.
line mania aeverai araiaone amu. n ,-i,,,i-, !l.,r,er p ayed grille ball.
time the bulky New York backstop tn. wav ,, .tnoi UD tne Dla. .
made twenty-alx home rune In tho nrac- eVMii aaiMUtai wv nralnst lnft-band-
tlc and exhibition guinea Thorpe In . pitohmn, which I a weakne nearly
iiyio uiiis .w " " 1 1- . . , v.,. ... n every en-liana palter naa, waa a ue
Judging by the manner In which he I ngj to Manager Moilraw. Cooper re
whallng the ball In th practice giimoa , ,cin,bloa the great Ty Cohb very much
It would not be ourprlalng if he made,at th bat and handle hlmelf in the
the boat ah. .wing over put up by a
crult. Oawt. Tmrry Toylt flfld and battd out
Tho root of tht pUyera, with th'ln iaot yoar'o form, wliifih moA-at ao
.. t-i'tlo-n f Bnorttnaiw. Hhafer uml much for the Calonti' ouccoos nn-i nloo
Maruuard. or tSfMOtM o arrivo In won for him tha Chlmrii outomorjlie
damp to-ty. Tne Mi.uoa ia neaoea ufimf toem tho moot flivool piayar xu
Arthur Flutrher and lnoludeo Murray, the team.
i.itnrt will f-e Frank WihtTny
inriiUT uf lirukii Ka. i.v- I', i wtaj liu
In -1 form in . . Suit . lUt umI v ,1 :.. , ,
1'i'IIID nr At iKlliDit t,)KA t t I r l'..t oft
at Atlanta, OOv, mi nat WnkifU ngtit. Nel
at tti rfUdraiitfl a.V, with a pnvilft;c ul i'o
if. ucut. uf tb ratfijiti.
In nrler tn alluw IkOoHl OOMBI to cat U Uw
MbWh train lor .Saw nrjfaiui 00 uext Woioo
tlv iilsht, wlire la ;.. 1 ... i tn flgtn Jut
MaUKi-it at t irrlearw A r. on March To. Ja
mitt t. !.!.. M.-tUji. 1 hata '''! tn let lum gn f
Ailll r I j 1, .. li til- 1' 'r I' 1... 1 - . ula 1Q ttlr)
uiul btnit at l-.ii,' io A. 0, aikuw ud Utal
liiglM.
In a letter to th writer. OaotOI FnfeJ man
aw ..1 rranlt KUiid, Mm I'ltiat'irtfii mi'MIe
r aaja Umt Klmta ia in tlie ltt cunUluon
ot Uu career for him (SrvntT IDttOd fight with
HllW Ipke at th OinrOi dl Carta tn Carta im
Mh . find that Frank will not BtnOM
roiirh trouble in wiinlng. "it. i Klaua uul I
are ao wurt of fgOtOfjr? wrlfea Knaei, "that we
hare alreartj waf"ed II. 000 that trank feta tha
deeiMon.
Pranli Madnle the wtl!i-rwelf?it 0f Pitttmrjt.
woo hna ban fighting with fwu auMea orr in
I 'arts for nearly a ear, hna addnl three morn
MARQUARD WILL REPORT.
RUbg Marqunrd. a. tor ,ind s.nie UUMI
li.iyvpluyer, will report tj ihe illant .it
Murll i Mnrch IB for aprliiK praetlM ao
c.irdlni; to report rr.mi RobOti Sin '.It In
Syracuse to-day.
"Bob" Smith, Who t 'i tight the south
paw how to curve Hie Ml is.iore nc
i broke Into the llar Itgfltfi 'aid M re-
I eelve I a lottar yoHrday from afarQUard
In iv... ii the Rubo laid ho aTOuaj raaporl
I to IfoOrnw tt Mariln on Marah M.
th third a'lilrlwiiid round tiana oroppM
over lh winning "Klclv" again.
M
ANY other figlueia have irie.1
Ui rediaouvei the lla wialna
nunohi Ki.i ktoOoy a
moat sue -easful of lluni The Kid
hgtd hla "corksciew." Htill that waan't
exactly the HaWklnf left. It waa
a oclentlflcally aiudied out. long prae
t.ced blow Probably Hawking noi or
knew how hi hook cti,e to him. It
waa natural aa natural to htm aa a
rattieauakr'a lightning stroke la to tha
anake Homnlhiiig about the eoioi m.i
tlon of wrlat and OjboW ami ohotlldofi
Willi natural Judgment of dlatance.
gave It to hla.. Il aa a ROUtlUa blow
llga kins didn't Hee l to use II Kl eat 0l
or apeMi with it. i romonabor aeeiug him
Blip II uver gently on i'i .ink Krue.
Kracat mi ii itching for it. loo, eap.H-t-ing
It. knowing alt about li. They eatuu
t.igether hve se,. mida after ihe lieKln-
lilug of the fa . lound. hrne, aerloua,
Four profeaalonal wreatllng matchea,
to be Rttd under the auaplcaa of th.-
New York Athletic Club, will take place
in Ihe club' gymnaalum to-night, be
ginning at 8 o'clock aharp. Hugh lon
nr.l will official aa referee and Kobett
Stoll aa tuner.
The flrat match will bring together
nearly lint on bis back, with hia arm win II Ilauaon, champion of Norway
his lie.id Aon
sharp ' tluid "
of ihe crowd
the ir and
, a little Tnaro a a
and tn Mie amazement
I rank's fis-t tlew up In
FfaaYal atrnck th lloor
dMerinliied. wltchful, lient over a little,
moved lightly, kept hia elboua high In
a ported cover. Ilia guard, In fact, did
eover hla face up to the eye o careful
a aa in An, I Hawking. alaniiiiA straight
an I smiling. rOMkaal til left out nearly punch
tho ' "lirea.l olde to hold him up. He waa
Htlllillt u ami HimillBWI inr n ini.e. men
lowly galheied hlma. lt and getting up
backed gWay and covered, while llaw
klu mailed and hooked loft after left
against lite 11 1'OOaail anna. Aft.vNanl
Krank aaid no dldn t know he was down
until lie heard tha referee count "eight."
"And 1 never could figure," he added,
"how he hit me Than waa hla hand
up In the air, a aura dlananr away,
moving alowly -and than 1 hear 'Ifjtit
and barely inafitge to get up tt was
funny. Hut for hitting high on the heek
hone it would hal e hu.-n a knockout "
Brag won thai light. In the eighth round
I believe, In a wild elugK llg b'e In
which Dal ugaln failed to ehow luat ha
had m light aa good aa hla left. Hal luat
m:ir,v a tlgln and won maiiv a light
loo. Ills record lin't ao very wonderful,
taken all through, but 1 doubt that any
one can tell, even to-day, )uat how Hal
llawklna dropp I Dial laay left In, and
put th heat nf them flat on thetr ahoul
dar bladea witii It, 11 waa the myaterv
of the ring, and tt'o a myoleiy
nd Jack M. I..-. "1. champion of Canada
They will wreatle catcli-aa-catch-can
alyle, beat two out of three fall. II
I. m, Vii, champion of Hweden. and M
Henderaon, champion of Vermont, will
n. i el In the aacond match mnlcr condl
I'ona alnitlar to the flrat bout. II. Han
tor. and M lleuderion will take pari la
a oupp'.tiinentary bout to follow tho aoc-
ond match
Will lilngham. champion lightweight
of Kiigiuod, and J. Kuauk will try ron
c.usiona on the luat In Jiu-jflmi tv.
lilngham ggraf I to make Riling admit
.li r. at twice Wllotn fifteen minute
The big event or the night will then I
tuke place -a mutch betaeen Mtunlalatu
l. JUaxko. c.aiiuanl for tlie world'ai
. hamplotishlp, and 1'aul hameon, cbaiu
lion of (lertnaiiy.
AMUSEMENTS
swim
( In and Out of the Training Camps j
After treiiaO a hohtout for aeftTal werka. Igam
iir-neT iiw Unk I'lt.-hur tf Uie a'io.'agrn 4 ula,
rralketl Into the htM nil TT art of IM 1ii-go Na
ionil laeafia tttlb, IM, after hktn over Jfef
. .iii.ru. t which I'nwldt-nt OrwNf HOfWI orrered
liliu imiiu-luii.-i afflir'l hla aignatitre.
Manaarr Hark tirtfMh vf th. WMMVotp" OeA
iff tTwi Aureriian larie win atari for the
Ir an Waluiatfton i n wltli lit firat tiM
if ii.iwi" virlu.illv all ni tl ytinieieri will
tie 1n tiB nam Tin roniaWaaUor ul tW vlajara
will rM'rt lat neit week.
ArwfTJu-r tiaantail Veatnta hae 1nt teen nrgataael
It la tlie miita Hute M- i !eaane. jliMi
waa f trnml at a u. i-it Ul.l at Hrratiiar. N. V
Ttir liniit elll nunaLet if teaina in Auturn H
-. . Wat t aurf. tot n Kt il t iki i ; ttket a at 1 It mi.
T aaaexi tl ' "'"t 1",t Ial-r
Ikaj B r. I. wnli of rnracuit waa alacttid I'ruai
EK
o.iv in l-if Irdunt 4tlT fiajHiga Urtoo of the
Um, Itlanl Dull who will maka h rauuent. ha.1
a)n aent an ap llt atimi n Tlinouta J Tarooli,
rrefi-lerU of tlie Natttinal Ift i aaraina hla
r i" .'i m rXN'iirini the oonaent f tha other
Nattttiiiil laaatftia rjutte to t'. irantmg of pen
te1Un to tht new minor leani.
Miliar) Ilunu Whlpa Itr.ldy
Mi n Dunn (ttftkated BatUlna HaJtU at tha
I New lnlo A. A Hedlv. wvlfihiag II i-mukna,
alan waa arkrowl dieit 0f btUff aaOOatf, 1 u' Ihinn
I . -ti-i lua J . u (arwaro i anreaai'
Jl.. that ht tti Lit !'' lVUtUt WtDCUf
1iie It.-. hi N i'i.!" n , lamte team hae re
lehMad I ' 'tier ritiMe WlUtatna to the v. nv
iiut it thti HtBUll'fl-n laeiifJe autt aiaiiMl I'lLt'lier
It Hall .4? the UiOaewiNl w Va T rtuh. TIm
latter wrtll m-'n at Aiotfiuta, lla. on Mr I, ft.
"Hh V' TTlltoft. OHi rnti laaer of ttha rt:. !
lvttla t'li.'1 irf I tic Auierican leagtne ' aatera'
Mra, naa aWnel a hij-- la ula aitii tlie i.liM
liu. er Thui v.ill be hi ei.titetviilh jaar id ih.
uoj lfotfuca. ,
Itovaoail fane aM ONf tlie .' wll' ha aur
v.uari U learn ' Mlkf PnUlU t iT'iint to tho
utiuora. Mir-- la lA.okl t i ..... n the Mlune
iiiulii of t n.f i .1 Vat"'tation thu aea
am Mika ot i a, tim 1'iulljr ta.wiiaa ha
luat hla atei
The rewty oraMM'e.t Nte .rk Ut) New Jaraer
laeaanc 4 ' 'i ,l,' ' 1 ' ' '-; aaaa
toraial ' '' ' Ui t'liurle H. Kirttau .'1
Uoa Biwldra Uu Ijl tu wiiaoul V. va a faoO
Itie rutgg manaael Tt win anothnr run from
Die niteai nt 'i i,, -a Fla , 1 ttrfeiitinii thi-m b
a aaoOl of 2 to 4. Tlie ihilwna took the Iratl in
the gfiMilli inning bf a-xtring vOQt nma, tmt in the
!)' half Rfatla mei got It'iay with tlioir hat
anl manaoteil i auiaah tut entifh liita to tal
aercn nine.
JImmj nHntHl had hla ti-onite nf White fc.t
Ttaver . .. : In t.halr firm game at Pano it .
t'al He line.1 or liU firat teajn acainat "KM"
'leaeMi' -: aDd wlian tlie game eniel
i.leawaii'R nit i 1 tadl defeatetl hr a mviu
of II to 6. ri hiuie nma featured the conttat
Mnhv tin; i iiemanta ara i ig mala at the Polo
OfOUOOJ pt ttta 'w-nefit f tiig lliglilan.lafa. The
uaw cluhnciUaw. whi.'li wUI M nte1 et hiaiteV D)
rtarik t'ltaii'V men. la nipt I) v apaeoIun foai
Illation. It w ill 1 e nl aleel antl aoBOfaif, with
oiiunotliim hx'saia, a larg i - for lo nigina .
-Jiowet ti.ttlh uii-l Tha IviiMtnc atantU t
'llml (lie contra fir.l arata. eioaa tj V.tg'ttl. ae
ntie frooi arhjeil it l an t m .whet tiy n j-rirate
entraiue woon le Yra g- 10 their new
hoioe at Kingal'rhlge nkt Maf BIO laiallaaQO lll
tt tttrnri t er to the vlarUnj teaing at i e lit n i
Mil tiuai.
-orttinr Hliafer reil tltute lTifir4ter of the Ulanta.
bo ht ien .it'lilmg out for a htglier xalary than
tho rtuti hid ai-lllitg to gta him, tenlte tit atoiy
gent t ut f -i :n t. Ulanta tratnltig mi at Marll"
Mi
mm
C . ' !- ii.u s.ii.....-u ai.ai.a.
UfjT nunging Horie NWcilgfti
.. ta addltloa to tha Unat Inan till
LNDER .MANY FLAGS
WINTER GARDEN f& Mt&tkl
! 160 Mat. The ItO.NtVMOUN KXI'HIINSI
To-day, -' ly.ui IIAMV lltwl.l8.AI .luiaon
WSrJ. THE BRIDAL PATH
Welar a ioL C Thea.. W uf U'i. gST M il
tUtS MaU nut. k Sat .
llir. nts -a aar I V I S
En. a is
WITH
iVunncD anth. k. of ii
rUIIIIVUilb l.- M...... T,,.ll.v 210
'vmJs LITTLE WOKi EN
r a CIMrt BnailwuAWtli at. grgi.l.lf.
trtO llu Maiuieea Wad, 4 Sat.. S.l.
TRENT1NI in THE FIREFLY
M AXINK ITUa.. StU, iiet.li'arar th A.
m iilT'rs K.a. I.SO. Matl.Wtf Akat.I.SO,
r o jyi ia n c
ff!TaBiyi:. fcT,rL"'':r,v
FANNY'S FIRST FLAY
SAM BERNARD "Y.t..n.J,,K
bR0ADvAvt '!'';. tfrrgfrp-
iiTsi terB HARRY lAUMRiji,
8TH ST. Mbh. TVura. and Hal. -
w iLLlAiV. ( OLLlL.v ,n Sri'MiSAh'
jsTHXT TUBA. IB 1AI. SI'SHAtt. 4 r .
aaAfl. Vii2 i v ml 1 tiiteri.relntlati
AMUSEMENTS.
NKVVVtlrtK'M I t:IHM. lilt lllils.'
I,' M D I D L' M'.isy"ll 4mii at. .iga. .;.
LlVir IIt Matinea W'tsl. Sal.. I.N,
THF CPYThe I...Ti.t,,i. a larl. so -.-ew fmm
b sr Kataanfr "1 Ilamhea."
kNICKMHIKX'KKH. H'wnr MU at.
Etei. 8 l.-i. M .tineas W.-.I Sat. 2.
JULIA SANDERSON !!!
In TIIK Kl NMIIINK I.IKI.. I tU'TMnnN
I VRFIIU tin. -a a '.. Km h :iu i.,s j
Ltucum i.t m T., luy m Tlmai
ChariraCherry Marie Doro
In the enmedv TIIK N'RW MKI KKTAKV
Nat. Mo. -H.H. Warner la Tha Qnoal li r.,-r
GARRICg '.. si . Ir. U way, kT. J0f
THE CONS PIRACY
KOBERTHILLlAKD ,K.!?K?Pt-r
HUDSON tilii'K''
THE POOR JJTiLE RICH GIRL
pARlf"' Sl- Co1- '" i- ii.4
I rtrvrw Sun HU.Wd.,IUi.ua ha nrirai
THE MIRACLE bffiF
A lliiui ... -., I... i: . i,r. lui.lr I A ' I. inn ..I 1,10
HMRIS 1Et4 sYr,1 ti'," " SitggSa
Fulton m& ttfeifliSf
a;koias. i.: LILLIAN RUSSELL
B ''ffOW TO EtVI imi VK ttta" ,0e,4i,5Q
NO V,' i "N E Vv A M S I ER D A H I
W. i'ii Ht. F.fi. 8.13. Mnta WM. Sat i:
UH! UH! DELPH IN E
Thnni's White F.lepliant Bonlloa Alleae
anrt llllllur.l rnrh.r. fllsl Ht. A Rrnadtraa.
MU3ICAL.
PHILHARMONIC
Sin lf.TV ill' NEW YllltK
JOSEF STRANSKY, comwowmi.
TbwMWi is.iui.1 Ait. 11. Carnegie Hall.
H..ioist. Rudolph Cianz raiiii.
It Mi. rail K lf.Ja. Mai.
. in
Ti.-
et T!. in. K,j. at . IA. Neil I'ri. Aft.
lalalal. Maud Powell TlottaM.
t 'arneale Mall. S.i liir.tii)'
I'I SO KWITAI.
Aft, Marrli N
LMPOI n
at I
LIBERTY" 4-1 st K'ei, at s.li.
L.lLi.tl I m w,, ipp.) itat'.MB
ONLY 4 Wl l lis Mnltl. 'I'Olltli Tin; i,
MILESTONES 3,"!,.'!.!
flAlKTY " '" & 8t. Btai EST
"S I II Y miKK" . A ara lana i.v
., . V.I MIS
of TUf Poaf
.lllle lll.li tilrl.'
1V1ANHAI rAlMUUHtt CTS 'fff'
t -Sf : THE WHIPJS?: ii'ii.
i mrrili. I'-'.'M W ..f Hih A. Mat fo-ifar.
tltlK. 1KSI KB Vs,r Vaaahol.
s ?? IJTTI.K WOM KM
llMllv
.lau.
U SO
HAMMERSTEIN'S
...ii '. 4 in r TAM in an oruoual
hAI icjvn i.r.iuii ,.,, ,- .,.,.,.
Ul'K IQBIKtN, Jl JAI'KstlN. DAI NTT
MAlllE, Ueeiiej. KoMd a flat!. Th
' 4 hSSSi A IK,, Tl Musi . I l.li.t
Si, :'!i I"'.. A I'n.inu, TO Oullan Urua.,
item it'.. New UorlBJ IMcturaa, and
" YT M'Kl'K TUB DANCE al (lRTTrNB.
In .1... t-Ite. t t ul . lus ftlai.r.1 Il.e les.ii
Tie us- li.al ll.ileat 111 New York I'lill. flit lum
. aaldr ..t Utiiuauda a iaa.it tmai oaaa
i vii v i M i. mi:
E. 8. an. Mau.Wed. A Hti
MouiKonierr atone.
Klsle Janla.
I The Lady of the NIlDner.
nr. .H.i.. b .v 1.1 Z
GODOWSKI
I. It! AT CIIOI'IN I'll. II. HAM
i i itiiriN it M i. v . i
'ri-k,Sn it Hoi llfflc a lata Paao.
CARNEGIE I fl7aKAliio
HALL OMi;vilV
Oratorio Society
Ml Mitt
KVKMNI1
M Ml. II
Mil: IMIKAM 111' l.llllisills
Ilir I'.tlllllNAI NKH'MAN ,ru t goal at
Musi" i.v sir rSdward Blgar.l (Tarnogl tlui.
PAUER
MM To-M'w
I miss TAVPlEIK
I DOROTHY 1 U I fc I'.;
HKi'ITAI. IT
AK.II.l IIAI.I.
HVT AK'l .Mar s.t f,
is..iii Hue tu aa Noiv
NTKIXVV AV iMANii
lftTaV(-aa)Bfalt 8n"
Meau N w
IBBaTBD
EN'nll Hiil'UANil
iNl'KHT.
Globe
J?;oC0HAN'i
MAY IRWIN 'w "Widow By Pr'0Iy"
AO 1 iMaU. WmT, (PoWlaTi ttat.. 2 11
KuL-art r,:- .in.
Wilt in IeaKaa,
Max Kiii)ian.
RVwa i fhlnn
8T.
100
TIME-
Mat T.
A.I I'll
TIIKATKE, 7 si
ar :n Vv Er.i.la
ADOLF PHILIPP
Auniion Pinochle
YVII.LIAM MIIIUlls
AMUSEMENTS.
CT A D T'asi". lUi k
J A rl. ,'! 'iaat liarlatu.
MATINEE DAILY 10-15-25c
BVBNINa PBltlN, IMS JSc.
ACADEMY THE
OF 1VIUSIC in CHORUS
STOCK CO. LADY
NEXT HI
THE GAMBLERS
WITH
A THEODORE FRIEBUS -A
PRISCILLA KNOWLES W
WALLACk'S -Joth The Irish Player,
To da) .-' a"A To iiirt. e.ao, "TlMgfl.to Till L "
Uo.1 f llaarl'a llentro' aiil"TIia Jar Maw'"
fFMllUV il-IIAlBl.- oil Van. i,r-
a . i.. . a! I 1 aiu
.'..in. t..l, ,Y
eat. at S
Joseph,
11 aay. I'liuuc Uiiaut 40
iLaurette Taylor
ci TiMrr um E i
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lilt I I II II I- N .
ill it. K uf H'wAv I'liuiic ftnaai 4o
tuna s IV
M .... Weil
tt sat., 1.18. iNgaag i' Mr flrurl."
Ev.siuiiai at a. IS.
At Sut Al '2 1
WITHIN THE LAW
TO-UORBOW (St;x I BVaUQNg AT a 4
POHOTIIT TOya.. 0lbflad Teii.irioura..,
RFl ASCOT 'ui-i- ;.. aie.is.
YEARS OF DISCRETION
UL PHHIir W. il4.lt. Eveuinaa at .10.
rvcruoLiv, Mall Tu aeg A s,t., .to.
11. IU ll.-laa. ii iiri-sents I lie fairv plar.
A GOO 6 LITTLE DEVIL
M Mllll Nil. I1AHIIKN'. NOW ll':v
niuis mi.ek I'ltiiH. nvMivi. fnAnTrtirmp ritiAm
ttNEW YORK THEATRE ; OiUIa 1 JlYltll 3 dHUW
12--BIG ACTS-12SAL0ME r"r 10c i a m ... n v. m. a.. at-, iimiren, 2iw.
mm w WILLIAM UOKKIH' w.
Wonderland
llilinst. I Ne y.irk'a KaahhoaUa
,v"ili Ai. ' I'lii.-o .'lav lliuic,
m'griAi. To-mv
HANSEL AND GRETEL
v l ! li iX") nt. gftaa.
laUl UaU.1V .1 atW Uc-SOo.
COLUMBIA 'IT Burlesque
SOCIAL. MAIP
ii rf I Bi anil SOt b St. Era. I 30.
DUUU MAT KVKUY DAY AT ; SO
roit RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
Cm aa i aa ar t i k ii.n,vr
Itiiiailnat lpb Aa. Brat arata. toil
M I N U K'a A H V. 1 1 I A I I
COt NTBV TOHK HON 1 1 A t LVgs
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