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TBI EVElflltGr WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY SI, Itlft.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
HOW MAHER BEAT CHOYNSKI WITH HIS "DYING KICK"
Copyright, Wli. by the Pre Publlahlng Company. (Tha New York World.)
PETER MAHER WAS BEST WHEN
1 MIXING WITH AN OPPONENT
Choynski Had Him Whipped Until
Mike Donovan Told Joe to
Stand Close and Slug.
UNTOLD TALES OF THE RING
Thli to the eleventh of a ssrtee by Robert Milan on fights and
Sestere of the put and present, including etnrlse tbet have never found
Mr way Into print. Tha aeries will be continued on tboaa pages at
Wat twine a wk.
Copyright 14. by Tha Proaa PuMlshlng On. (Tha fiew York World).
UWI Pater Mather mi fighting ho wee a "broth of a tod," end no
rax take Polar, In bin boat form, doped tbe boom at 172 pounda
and bad the hard oat wallop In America. Ho waa a splendidly prc-
fertow, with ehoulder and anno Ilka thoae of Fltxslmmona, a
clean-lined body and good, shapely
lea. Also Peter alwaya wore a mua
taobe. He'd rather have gone Into
tha ring without hla right lag than
without that adornment. For Peter
had Ideaa concerning what const!
tvtad manly beauty, and be lived up
Away hack In M Peter Manet waa
matched with Joe Choynebi, wbo
waa little known m the Beat, but
had quite a bit of reputation la the
Went and the Antipodes. Joe waa
remarkably bard bitter aad a very
clever boier. He weighed only 1(6
be carried hla weight high. Hla lege !
of ritattmmona and Corbet t eklan. Above tbe walet he
i real baanaabrlit Hla nook waa aa thick aa wmU of a
Above that thtek neck ble Dace looked thin aad narrow.
exaggerated by hla lone, mood hair, parted In the middle
to cbfJ orer hje ear aad neok like the mane of a lion. Ohoynekl
Meant face. He cams of a aobotoriy family. Hie father waa a
brother a famoaa laywer.
bjy, still puffing bard, but with a
gleam of determination In hla eye.
ELl0r? heU had atopped
vibrating Joe waa prancing lightly
JAe ring to geteJ him. Joe
waa taking tbe good advice. He waa
KSLt03a flBtoh Peter
Jl"ed. a hard one over to Joe'a none,
"d. chTJu1 went diving Into him
with both banda going like ptaton
WmWm oft )m tbu tahaL M
bold In tbe old Broad
The prowess of the meal
r a great number of
Tertrw moot famoaa attlaene. Ia
to the rtogatde eat Theo-
thea President of tbe
of New Teth
of tha United States.
, rejsjfl Hked nothing better than eeetng a
(Mai ton, evenly contacted glove eon-
J 'gA Ameag other famoaa men at the
a were Bona tor Tha Sullivan.
I Kearney, Chartoa Heed, tbe
U Andrew Miller and John
aa well aa aeerea ef buaineea
ortlng men latoreeted In box-
JmBUP-' ' :: .' C 1 1 wafetl Z: ;' . ' . . Plan to Cut Into Profits at Polo Grounds Will Cause Real Worry
,T"J! V J"VaV Leaue ,or Saying He's a Fed When He Isn't.
jssssvr- . a NJBR. n4 W 1
a - . i i ai wwaww-wmwawaw . - M
Legislator's Scheme to Tax Baseball
Bigger Scare Than Threats by the Feds
aUHSfTS AOMIMM OPPBRIO t
tv i Tna enaiariun.
la a black
tared tbe rtag betting oom-
- . . - .L h. .L.
leaewiaw onnam uuvngu vav
I eVgerd. eOertag I to 1 oa the Irlab
tAlMiM t 'h I, mm .1.1 alhuiaX In nnUtl
atteattoa than the
it aaa ef Brtn, who, stripped
baft reminded the aaeetatora
a eptoadld old Greek warrior
Ma. Tot If oae baa thought-
tbe look of
Now at lone run rhovnaht w
a winner, but at mixing Maher waa
Kfif'JS errtHe blown.
Under their Impact Cboynakl beaan
to waver to wkM hut k. C.
that mixing Idea In hla head, and he
tooi! to cloae and traded blow for
Wow. Maher began to reel aldewlae.
Aa he etaggered, dased and all but
In, he brnufht mjt unnnn.nl nu..
from la knee. The glove etmek with
Opens May 20
The racing aeasea at the local traeke'
win beatn at Belmont Park oa Wedaee-
dajr. May . Tha etawarda of the Joekey
Club have decided on the opening data,
but tha remainder of the radng aehedula
for tha eeaeoa la only la a tentative
form. The atewarda will meat next
Wodnaaday afternoon. Aa printed In
a thud under Choynakl'a chin Down trcka thla year will be held at Belmont
went Joe aa If he'd been ahot.' U.h.r I p"rk- Jamaica, Aqueduct and Bmplre
aroppaa nia nanaa and look 1 down.
Gibbons Coming Here to
Prepare for Big Battle
In Choynakl'a faee
have offset tbe power th
S la every rtppUng muscle of hla
: aad have nhaagefl the bet
tbaw felt each
am with which
r a lew power
r bases to lm
the erowd. Here waa no novlos.
oad round fJhoynek!
y Into fall soeed. He
the flat at long range, avoiding
irloue rushes end the blowa
Use Uabtalaa- strokes, and
him ae hard Ibat more than
feme Peter floundered Aad nearly lost
fJNOVMwKi DROPPED FOR THI
COUNT OP tlOHT.
aaa Joe changed his attack and
haflaa whipping bard lefts Into Pe tar's
away, aaa in spite or hla splendid
aaadlllua Peter abowed signs of dla
toaaa. Through tbe third and fourth
the mixing was furious, yet
i. witn cautious akin, man
o avoid Manor's hardest
Any oae of these, landed oa
gat spot, would have ended the
ea tbe Instant. In tha third
Pater sramad Jos's chin with a
aooa, dropping aim to bis knees,
PS bs rested sight seconds before
cnoraeki dug into Peter's
' man ever, and more
I' than evened
Choynski took half tha count
tanered uu. onlv tn dmn n ..n.
knee for a few seconds mors. Ris
ing, he reeled aslds, and Maher, who
had a finishing punch aa long aa be
was on bis feet, stepped unsteadily
In the same direction and swung his
right upward to Joe'a chla. The
fight ended right there.
Ul the confusion Capt. Qroh Of the
Mercer street station jumped Into
" "nr. ip roae i.ommiaaioner
Roosevelt. "I'm In chares her tn.
night; get out of that ring I" ordered
the Commissioner. "There's no nsad
of arresting thoee men. They've vio
lated no law."
One of the best contests I ever
witnessed," said Mr. Roosevelt a mo
ment later, very enthusiastically.
"Boxing Is a manly sport and should
Peter Maker, counting the winner's
end. fully agreed withblm.
wi Start Work Tuesday
Paokey Training in Chicago
and Will Reach New York
on Feb. 9.
Thers waa a report In turf circles yes
terday that sx-8enstor W. H. Reynold
of Brooklyn wUI build a raos track at
Long Beach. Reynolds Is a big stock
holder In s real aetata oomnenv which
owns property at Long Beach, lie la i
aiao a etookholaer in the
POWER FOR DEFENDER.
BRIRTOU R. I, Jan. II. Mfforta of
tho bulldera to concentrate as much
weight aa possible far down In the hull
of the boat Indicate that the cup de
fense yacht being built here for the flag
officero' eyndlcate will have great sail
earrylng power. The floor plates which
were placed over the keel yesterday aie
equal In thlckneaa and weight to those
on the Columbia, which was fifteen feat
longer on the waterllne than the new
Bg John Pollock.
ALL doubts that the tea-round
bout between Paokey MoFar
land and Mike Gibbons at tbe
Garden A. C. on Peb. 11 will take
place la dispelled. Billy Olbeon. man
ager of the club, received a letter
to-day from (Unbone In which Mike
said that he would arrive In New
Yonk from Bt Paul on Tuesday and
would flnlah up his training at tbe
New Polo A. A. Paokey baa been
working slnoe Wednesday at a gym
nasium In Chicago and will get here
on Peb. , finishing up at the Mott
Haven A. C In the Bronx "Gibbons
won't knock me out," said McParland
a few days ago, "for when he meets
me he won't be t
fighting an amateur
Iron Mask May Shatter
Salvator's Mile Record
Jefferson Livingston's Great
Gelding Tries To-Morrow at
Juarez to Supplant Figures
fifth round was a
I fought with srsater cau-
but without letting up In the
aaos he had eet. The betting odde
aad ewltobed around In bis favor
BWW. He looked all over a winner.
Agi he felt like a winner Tbe end
ai the ftfth saw Peter Maher stag-
end puffing, whlls Cboynakl
around and drove In ble
1 as deliberately as a work-
hammering home belt beads.
Be joe eat tn ais corner at the
ef that rould Mike Donovan
M eutckly around to his corner
whie pared: "Oo in and mix
t get him. Mia R ap aad flnlah
before he oomss back." Joe
P' -A 'aaaL
hT there ever waa a man who
Jgaew flghtln. It's Mike Donovan,
rm just relating thai little bit of
hi si H 1 atoy to anew that even the
oris est oaa't alwaya ton what's com-
neat ween uoe nets are nylng.
santa sesnd apian with tbe bet-
ajwewr. awai i iwsi. lama uoas
JTJABJBE. Meatoo. 'Jan. II. To
morrow at tha Joekey Club Jus res
course. Iron Mask will make his at
tempt to eet a new world's record at
a mile on a circular track. Hal vat or
holds tbe record of l.U. Balvator
established the present figures for a
mils over a straight course at Mon
mouth Park. N. J, Aug. 11. 110, In a
contest against time. Racine, tbe Cali
fornia bred performer, then holding
the record, made earlier the same
year at Washington Park, Chicago,
his mark being l.HH, a quarter of
a second faster than Ten liroeck
ran his memorable trial against time
at Churcnlll Downs, Louie Ule, My.,
In the spring; of lltT.
Iron Mask will carry the same Bests
weight as Balvator. The latter car
ried, as a four-year-old, 110 pounda,
while Iron Mask as a six-year-old.
gets tha gelding allowance which
makes his weight 111 pounds. Fresh
from his triumph In his sis furlong
raos with Pan aareta, when he set
a new world's record on a circular
track at this distance In the phe
nomenal time of 1.0 1-6, Jefferson
Divings ton's great gelding seems to
have a roar chance of at least lower
ing tbe record of Balvator, whloh has
stood for years aad not even been ap
proached, though In Amsrlca during
thla period of time, some of the beet
horses of the country have raced.
During the life of some turfmen
who do not feel the weight of old age,
there waa a day when a mile in 1.44
racing world by running the first mils
In the Saratoga Cup, at two miles
and a quarter, In which he defeated
aungnaner. in 1.40, but that, of course,
waa not counted a record.
Alarm, by Imp. Rcllpse, waa the
flret horse to race the mile record
under 1.41, and Searcher, by En
quirer, was the flret performer to
best 1.41. This took place at Lex
ington In 1IT, while Alarm's per
formance was over the Saratoga
track In 1171.
On May 17, UTT. at Louisville Ten
Breeck raced a mile In 1.19. whloh
etood aa the beet for over fifteen
years, until It was finally lowered by
uiuio. jus nr ume mat l.sv waa
beaten, save by Balvator and Kll
deer. waa In 1IM at Harlem, chio.
when aLlbertlne ran a mile In l.Uh.
Kildeer ran over tbe earns track
as Ralvator In 112 In 1.I7H. but
mis urns nas been equalled twice
ai jaurss ana neaten on Sunday, Jan
II, by Bonnie Chance In l it thla
Ing the new world's record on a cir
cular course. Aslds from Balvator
and KUdesr, no horse over ran a mils
in America under 1.3a until 1901, when,
' "iieepenean nay, Brigadier scored
a miie in 1174-6. in 1901 the Ken
tucky Derby winner. Alan-a-Dala.
ran a mile at Washing ton Park, Chl-
cago, in i.st i-a, ana me same year
Welles ran the distance at Harlem, 1
v oicaxo, in 1.17 3-D. Klamesha tied
this mark ut Belmont Park In 1904,
wnue rem 1. duplicated this per
'orman ce that season at Seattla
Centre Bhot ran a mile In 1.17 1-i,
at me nants Anna Course In Call
forala. In 1901. a record which etood
aa the beat In a race until the eras-
ent Jaurei meeting. The' following
table glvee the age of the performers
and weight carried by tbe horses
whose records are expected to pass
Into history, after Iron Mask makes
hla great trial against the watch tomorrow:
One of the moot Important battles
between bantamweights ever held In
California will be fought at tbe Pa
cific A. C. of Vernon, Cel., at I P. at.
to-day. Tbe lads who will battle are
Kid wiuiams or Baltimore ana Eddie
Cempl of Baa Franoiaco, champion
of California. They will fight twenty
rounds at 111 pounds. Williams Is
favorite at S to 1.
Bob McAllister, the California mid
dleweight, who meets Rddle Neartng,
the crack Chicago tighter, la the main
bout at the Fairmont A. C. to-night,
la going to leave for his home In Han
Francisco on Tuesday. Bob haa been
offered a twenty-round bout with
Jimmy Clabby of Milwaukee at one
of the clubs In 'Frisco and he haa de
cided to acoapt It.
agreed to make 171 nounda for Car
pentler. This looks like a bad match
for the French champion, as Lang
ford knows too much for him.
The following clubs, aalde from
tbe Fairmont A. C, bold boxing
shows to-night: Brown Gymnasium
A. A.. Artie Edwards vs. Bddle Den
non; Hharkey A. C, Jack Connors
ve. Larry Coyle; Atlantic Garden
A. C, Phllly McGovern vs. Younn
Ketchel; Irving A. C, Brooklyn, Jack
Britton va. Kay Campbell; Vender-'
but A. C, Brooklyn, Frankle Calla
han va. Harry Pierce; Queensboro
A. C, Brooklyn, Bert Fag-in vs. Wal
ter McOIrr; Gowanus A. C, Brook
lyn, Toung Fox vs. Dutch Brandt;
Dexter Park A. C, Brooklyn, Marty
Brown vs. Jimmy Flynn; West
Brighton (8. I.) A. C, AI McCoy vs.
The "kidney punch" has' been
barred In Philadelphia. Director
Porter notified managers of clubs
that this punch In not allowed in
contests, and If the order la not
obeyed the license will be revoked.
Jim Coffroth, the premier fight pro
moter of Ban Francisco, la on hla
way Beat and la expected to arrive
next week. He will try to Induce
Paokey McFarland to meet Jimmy
Clabby. and wants Ad Wolgast to
fight Willie Ritchie a twenty-reVnd
bout at his club In March or April.
Charts White, the crack light-
weight of Chicago, and Jimmy Duffy
of Buffalo are going to fight again.
They have been signed up ny me
manager of the Queensberry A. C. of
Buffalo, N. T to meet In a return
battle of ten rounds on tbe night of
Feb. 11. They turnlehed a great
battle at the aame club a wedk ago.
Word reached here to-day from
Cleveland that a match had been ar
ranged between Bddle Murphy, the
fast Boston llghtwslght, and Phil
Brock, the game and aggressive
fighter of Cleveland. They will box
twelve rounds at 115 pounds at the
Canton (O.) skating rink on Feb. 17.
Bf Boxeman Bulger.
LO ORGANIZED BASEBALL, out there facing the Federals aad fight
ing valiantly, la about to be shot from tbe rear. Tbe O. B.'a local
representatives, the same being John Foster and Tom Davis, wlU
not know It until these momentous words are laid before them, but, gentle
men, the ahot from ambush Is now being aimed and the gun goes off before
the end of next week.
Mark Goldberg, a downtown lawyer, a member of the Aeeembly aad
a man with a real philanthropic la hla head, haa concealed about his
person at this very minute a bill to be Introduced Which baa for its purpose !
the "Creation of a Commission to Regulate Baseball in the State of New
York and provide funde for tbe maintenance of Public Playgrounds."
Just what thla Mramlaatoa Intends to regulate Mr. Goldberg, who evi
dently Is not a fan, la not so eextala, bat eomething aaa got to be regulated.
"A commission regulates boxing," be said, "so why not baseball I"
Frank Farrsii says the game can't I with a smile, aa he thought It over.
ana 1 win have to change tbe amount
of percentage, but I think It would
be a good Idea to have some kind of
"What would you have tbe Bass
ball Commission regulate V I aaked
According to a cablegram received
to-day from Paris, Bam Langford of
Boston and oeorgee carpentler, the
French champion, have been matched
to fight twenty rounds at Luna Park I fight with Rivers.
In Paris on Feb. . Langford baa for the coast.
be regulated. "If It could.'
Frank, "my club might have had a
chance of getting out of last place
and splitting up some of thoee pen
nants with the Giants."
But we haven't corns to the bard
part yet the part wherein Old Or
ganised Baseball will feel the sting.
Assemblyman Goldberg at flret
blush proposes to tax tbe baseball
magnates 16 per cent, of the gross re
ceipts! That Is ths line that's going
to make friend O. B. turn over on
hla back, kick twice and cash in.
Mr. Goldberg admitted, with a look
of new Interest, that he hadn't con
sidered carefully the amount that
would be taken away from the mag
nates, but he'd better stop talking
about li peroentlng thsm If he doesn't
want to aee the streets Uttered with
the dead and dying of the O. B.
At that rate the Giants, after pay
ing the commission all they made,
would be In debt to the Play Grounds
Association nearly $10,000 at the end
of the eeaaon. How do you doT
In other words, Is per cent, of tbe
gross receipts Is more than tbe New
York National League team made last
year and more than twice ea much aa
the Highlanders got away with. Of
couiee. In a good year, when tbe
stands are paid for and everything
except sal art sa, ground rent and
truvolllnv exoenae la vslvst. they
might be able to keep out of debt to
Mr. Goldberg's commission, but they
wouldn't miss It far.
To place It at a rawer nign ngure,
we win sdy. for Instance, that the
Olsnts average In gross receipts
110,000 a gams. There being eeventy-
seven gamea at noma, mu wuuiu
mean 1770,000. Fifteen per cent, of
that would be I1U.600 considerable
change for the playgrounds. Can you
Imagins the sound aa that amount la
wrenched away from one club of
or van 1 zed baseball 7
"No. I s-uess that would be too
strong," said Assemblyman Goldberg
"Well, er keen tha
for Instance," he replied.
wnat no yea meat
Iloneatly, I waa pussled.
"Why," the Assemblyman asked,
In all innocence, "wasn't there a lot
of scandal or talk about a $10,000
muff made by a player named Snod
grasa or somsthlng like that 7"
Mr. Goldberg waa told that such
was the fact And If thla new taw
to regulate baseball will stop auch
things as that ths Assemblyman waa
aaaured that the Giants and fans
will be with him hook, line and
If the playgrounds for the kids can
be supported by baseball it will be
a wonderful thing, but the Aaaamhly-
raan naa oeuer go up to tne Polo
Deach Cross, who fights Jos Rivers
at Vernon. Cel., on Monday after
r,r,n Vab. II. wired to Hurry Lee.
hie trainer, to start at once for Los
Angeles to train him for hla coming
ivec un lo-oay
Caufl in the Sport Net '
Abel Klvlat and Hannee Koleb-
malnen will be supported by the
Irish -American A. C. In their fight
against dlsquallflcatlon by the Ama
teur Athletic Union. The club haa
engaged John T. Doollng aa special
attorney to look after the athletes' in
terests. Mr. Doollng was Instructed to ap
pear wltb Itvlai and IColehmalnen
before tbe local Registration Commit
tees when they are tried on Feb. 4.
The entrtee for Monday'a raeea are as
Kiwvr bacs- rvrm taooj tsjseawtgi.sai
dlilon. . thaw aad a heturloeas.. . y&A'
A. A. U. The meeting a year ago at
tracted over ten thousand athletic
followers to tbe Garden, snd they
were unanimous In their declaration
that It waa the greatest series of
races ever held, barring, of course,
the Olympic games.
Ia ths English billiard tournament
at Doyle's Academy laat night
"Scotty" O'Nell defeated F. A. Vaas
l.v Ih i-lie ai-ore i,f mOU tn 2'Jl Th. i urT
: r - i wr-if . am
14) L0. luo: norm. n.. jw. 1 n
MrOarr.nl. Ed W.la. 108: Finale.. 10O, Ma
inn. 100 OommooaJ. 103. cn t
,l " .tL- anirr
HW'ONJ) HA Pure, 100: thai WjBi
'lima, all furlim. Hurra", nf . 1 1?: ..""'
Nahou. 103. Mae
h!,v loT Adl of:' Woe. hotel. t0: MuDdW
of Rig. SOi ot NormandT o"M,'
'tWIHl'aAOlv-Pr. MOO; ouir oM. !
wwael, alllas, M'a rurloiia.. JUml Qu'r
M "Irr. aJOIMa.sBaU. IVl . uwsgar was,
Clarke Has a Naw
Warming Up Stick
To Assist Slufgarse
T-sRED CLARKE. Pittsburgh
r manager, who patented a
" rl smnltrl e aa i
diamond tarpaulin a
years ago, haa a new Idea.
a warming-up bat.
Clarke's nsw bat will he a it
the earns length as tbe regula
war club, but It will be a),
three times as thick and t
times aa heavy. It's designee
do away with the necessity of a
player swinging two, three or
ordinary beta just before it's has
turn to face tbe pitcher. He
use one bat the Clarke Invention,
and get the aame results.
rounds and give baseball tha
over before he starts to
speech to a bunch of fans.
Now that It haa become
to brtn suit asralnat nrasa
t'ons aad long regie oorreepondsata.
Arinur raveranam Wilson
chance to steo out In the
In tbe list of players sent out
longing to the Federal League
name or wiison. as a
fact. "OleT' signed wltb tbe
several days ago.
Since algnlng Milton
other day the Giants havs thought 1
irniw ui it anu nave given tne you
nero or ine atocayarda a three
contract Milton will alwaya
pretty well of these Feds.
Outside of Charley Dooln's
chase after the fellow who '
that letter for him, there are
of things on the Phlllie manager's
mind. He's got to get a second base
man to All the ehoee of Otto sTnahe,
and that will Bo no easy job. Toung
Reed, the next best man. may fltl the
bill, but he's Vot a job cut oat far
'' HTT iT. k.rar.rHand.ca,.
Kirrirt!S-f i ilt2t.
aame was exciting throughout
plsysrs never were more man thirty
and If tha boys are auenended by points anarl. The winner a high break
rb,"mmlt,ee to .Plar be for, a Ou" ' waa r. whlto W. best .ued
llllli ....... rr mi " m ,ainu
tire tournament ror tne rsngiian play
preme Court Justice and argue for an
injunction isewainiug me a. a. u.
from keeping the two athletes out of
Entry blanks have bsen esnt broad
cast for tbe national Indoor track and
Bald championships of ' America,
which are to be held at Madison
Oaatat Whet, a raaev 10S 11
era In which slxtsen players will start.
Ira Ryerson has returned from a
trip to Washington, III., where he
purchased of A. H. Danforth the trot
ting stallion Ed Custer, 1.10. The
bores was purchased for stock pur
poses and win be snipped to Vienna,
Auetrta, with Mr. Hyereon'a ave-y ear
old atalUen Maaea Matthews. Ryer
esa aju drive kt Aaaarta thbi rear.
rifTM UI'I -runt UM: learaMMi asjl
inwara; aranns: mnim. f iv. '
iSSSi.. "i rRhhear. ,W JOSH.- )i
nr.r5, Tl4irTl. Ji.uTri'-S.:
Double Victor tor "Poly."
Tha basketball teams of Hamilton In
stitute Invaded Brooklyn and were
beaten In two games by the Pety Prep
aquada In tha la tier a svmnaaium
tarda in ma senior mr
Ia Gunboat Rmlth by his victory
over Arthur Pelky considered heavy
weight champion 7 J. O'BRIEN.
Jack Johnson is heavyweight cham
pion of the world. Smith Te consid
ered the beat ef the whlto fighters.
To th Sportlraj Editor:
What la tbe highest run at pocket
bllliarde aad who made It 7
C. J. VAN.
Beet run under nsw rule, one ball
always sn table, 74, mode by Morten
Philllpo at Chicago Feb. 1. 11. in
amateur city ohampionshlpi , Al-
rreo do wre, new vera, Jan. e, ivie,
in professions! championship match
with James Mature.
To Set aperttai Editor;
Who in your opinion is the beet all
around flret baseman In both major
leagues, and also state the beet one
of the following pitchers In thslr
prime -Walter Johnson. Christy Mat
hewson and Nap Rucker7
1 Dsubsrt ef Brooklyn.
2 Welter Johnson.
Te Um Sportta Editor:
Please state In your paper tbe def
inition of a Texas Leaguer. A beta
It la a fly. B bets It is a drive.
A CONSTANT READER.
It is between the two. Thst's why
it is celled e Texee Leaguer.
To UM Sporttas Editor:
In a two-bandsd game of pinochle
ths king of diamonds turns up. A
takes the first trick and has the
dleee. He clalme he can meld the
dleee counting ten and at the aame
time meld a marriage of trumps,
counting forty, making fifty be has
counted and only taken one trick. B
clalme he can only count ten when
he melds the dlese and cannot meld
the forty until he haa taken another
trick. CONSTANT READER.
B ia right i only one meld ssn be
made, the diess.
To Th Sporuas Snlat:
In a three -banded game of euchre
A haa one point to go, B has two
points to go and C makes a trump
and la euchred, playing for 11 per
game. Who takes ths money.
Beat way te settle it is divide the
pet Beth ere cut
Tj lb apurtoas Editor:
A. In auction pinochle what la need
ad to be held In order to declare
trump? B. Must ths bidder discard
whlls his meld Is on ths table or can
he pick up his cards and then discard 7
C Can a player buy tbe bid from tbe
ew I a sweVTii aVh
mads bsf ors the mold le piewsd up.
TW ?"! "eewM after
the bidding Is closed.
To la Sporttat Editor:
A. B and C playing auction pinochle.
A has the bid and leads B makes a
renege. B paya his and A's share. O
claims he ought to get paid aa west ,
as A. RECREATION CLUB. INC
Veer question Is somewhat lm
vetoed, but apparently what yea
want to knew ie should the reneging
Jeyer pay tho ether two players. Hs
should psy the party who had the
bid. The ether player waa a partner
egelnet the bidder. Why should he
be peld by his own pert iter f
FIRST RACE Belling; puree ItM;
three-year-olds snd upward; six far
longa. Beml Quaver, lit (Pickett). M
to 1, 4 to 1 snd I to 1 first; Incision,
III (Turner), 4 to 1, 2 to 1 and 4 to L
sscond; Volthorpe, 110 (McTaggart),
to t, I to 6 and 7 to 10. third. Time,
lib. v.nemuipo, voiea, frontier.
ces, nanum, wiuia, vuey also
nKUNU rui'K -welling; I
puree 1100; three-year-olds
ward; alx furlongs. Cbuoktos,
liiurnngame). a 10 b. i to s and 1
won; Frank Hudson, 104 t
1 tc 1, even and 1 to 2, second:
Bradley, 104 (Rlghtmlre), 11 to L I to
l ana a 10 z, inira. rime, i.ts Rye
Strew, Big Dipper, Font, Royal Tea,
Loan Shark and Lost Fortune atos
THIRD RACK The Osceola
dlcap; purse 1400; for
olds and upward; one mile
twenty yards. Republican, lid (
nngamei. 4 to b, i to s ana out
Joe Delbold. 104 (Goose). 5 to 2. 7 to
10 and out, second; Pardnar, jaj
(Turner), to 2, even and 1 to a,
third. Time. 1.411-1. PAagllng,
Ivan Gardner, Bcrhnmage, Itrdolenss
and Fellowman also ran.
FOURTH IlAi'K The Citadel Han
dicap; purse 11,600; for thria yssi
olds and upward; six furtonga.
Sherwood, 113 (McCahey), 6 to 1. I to
1 and even, first; Csar Michael, 1M
(Martin). It to 1, 4 to 1 and I to 1,
second; Tarta, 112 (Burllngame), to
I, 3 to 1 and 4 to S. third. Time, l.U,
Palanquin, Brave Cunarder, Marjorta
A., Kllu Bryaon, Gnwvenor, WUhtta.
week VwZSoTt-fS SLtSFJS
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