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Aviator Robinson, Who Saw
Smith-Carpentier Bout, Says
. That the Gunner Would Surely
Have Stopped the Frenchman
Had It Not Been for His Dis
OoCjrUil, 1M4, b; Tb rmu PoMlahlnf Co.
(Tlx .Nf lurk World).
(EVENLY HOUINHON, one of the
many Americans who attended
tho CJunboat Smlth-Car-centler
battlo In London, says that Bmtth
surely would have beaten the French
man If he hadn't been disqualified.
In a, letter to Jack Cooper, lloblnaon
relate that Carpentlor landed only
om telling blow. That was the
knockdown. Smith, he says, recov
ered very quickly and would have
topped tho Frenchman In a few
"Carpcntlcr has auch a crouching
way of tlithtlng." Bays Hchlnson,
"that his nead doesn't seem muoh
Mather when he is on his foot than
when he Is on his knees, llo was
STeat deal atrnljjhter when ho koi
the blow than Is shown In tho pic
I1IB only iroes to nrnv mnr
tronjrly that tho foul blow
was unintentional nml itin.m
the IntlmaUona mado by Hmlth's ene
mlea that he struck a foul blow
believing ho waa golnjr to be knocked
out All the pictures that have been
at here from the other aide ahow
Carpentler almost doubled up. Bo
that when Bmlth aimed the blow at
ta Frenchman the one that brought
about the disqualification ho thought
that CarpcnUcr was on bus feet and
crouching, as ho did throughout tho
uara vo dox a man
Who crouchoa oa does Caruentlnr. in
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crouching fighter quite naturally
, waai ma ooay lower to the floor un
t 111 te knee almost touches the can-
Robinson waa a spectator at ths
JohMon-Moran right This he passes
up In his letter with a fow words.
"Toil couldn't coll It a fight and It
wasn't worth seeing." Itoblnson Is na
HARItr STONE comes back home
'after an absenco of nearly two
years and claims the welter
weight UUe. Stone, when he started
away for Australia, dldnf have much
C a reputation as a fighter In either
the lightweight or welterweight class.
Of course ho may huvo Improved a
lot since appearing hero last, but ho
will have to whip somo of tho men of
Ma weight In this country before he
Can, rightfully claim a title. Some of
the men he has beaten in foreign
lands would never stand the test
around here. A good test for Stone.
'now that he talks aoout being a wel-
S terwelsht. would be a. tiattln with
Alberts, llo wants l'ackv Mo.
Farland, but Packcy never will enter
the ring again. .
TACK S KELLY, the old time
I featherweight. wrlUng on the
S subject of referees, says honesty
Isn't the only qualification of a com
potent ring of. ;iat llo must have
and, a thorough knowledge of box-
mg ana do puysicuiiy as well oa
.mentally active, continuing Skelly
i ' "One of tho grcatcat toats of a
referee's ability, camcness and
judgment, comes In a critical
moment In a contest like the
Carpeiitlcr-Qunboat Smith affair
in England recenUy. Thero is no
doubt In my mind, but that
Eugene Corrl Is a perfectly honest
referee, but uiulu intense excite
ment and confusion, ho hesitated
about rendering a quick vtrdlct
This consequently caused much
aissaiisraction ana many argu
ment over tho sudden termina
tion of tho Important Internatlon
' al battle."
KELLY then coes In to the misty
' aJ put to sing tho praises of old
Joe Dunn, a rnfereo of the dayi
.of tbo three fumous JbcIli, Sullivan,
Dcmpuy and lIcAullffo-
' "Dunn was undoubtedly one of
the gamest men who ever presided
In an arena," says Skelly. "Gunmen
gangsters, police captains or any
body else never slopped Dunn when
It came to a show-down. In the old
, days he often fared death Itself In
f conauerini; a rouch. rlnimlde mob. Iln
jtt.'always rendered fearless verdicts In
.v. lll or threats and abuse. If Jre
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,v vuaa iiiiu uccn pui to ino crucial xesi
like the English referee tho other
"U day. he would havo thrown Cat-pen-
f" Urs seconds out of tho ring and
v" emirouea vne suuaiion in nis neroic
.style. Yes, nerve plays a most lin
portant part In the make-up of a
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CARPENTIER GOT AWAY WITH
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Cakpentier. coon another,
EY f5ETT(Nfc KICKED Itl TftE
It. AN IDEA "IHAT Cftli
Eason's Decision Makes
Even Catcher Hartley
Forget He's an Outlaw
Cnrmar DxivUl.n l its fiionte ! riding Mai Hasan for that awful de-
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Takes Day Off from Feds and
Is Discovered Riding Umpire
for Decision at Plate on Merkle
Play Sentiment Dead in
By Bozeman Bulger.
THAT there Is some sentiment In
baseball after all was exem-
punea yesterasy wnen umpire
Kason called I'red Merkle out at the
plate Just before the I'irates began
beating our Qlanta to a pulp.
There Is little doubt but that Mr.
Kason missed that piny and that tho
should have counted, but that ts
not tho point. Just as tho fans be
gan to howl In derision a sharp, i tri
dent voice Just back of the press box
arose above them all.
"He Is safel Gibson didn't even try
to touch ;ilml Don t let him get
away with It, Mncl"
Tho voice was strangely familiar.
and several of the scribes turned In
surprise. And what should greet our
look but the spectacle of drover
Cleveland Hartley, former catcher nt
tho Giants who Jumped to tho Kod-
eral League, acting Ilka a regulnr
dyed-ln-tlir -wool rooterl
For tbo moment Hartley forgot he
was an outlaw, and hln old love for
the Glunts had returned. He was all
Seeing that he was discovered, Hart
ley blushed like a schoolgirl and took
on a sheepish grin.
"On the level, fellows," he ex
plained, "for a minute I forgot I was
not with the club. Say, wasn't that
an awful decision, though? Merkle
whs safe by yard."
"How did you get In the Polo
Grounds?" Hartley was asked, good
"I wulked right up and paid my
70 cents," he replied. "I have been
sick and waa unable to play In the
game at Urooklyn this afternoon and
I slipped In hero Just to see what the
old gang was doing.
"Maybe they don't want me around
here," Hartley added, "but, no matter
what they may say. 1 couldn't help
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REMULTB OF YESTERDAV'a GAMES.
Tfll IVINIKO, WORLD,
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
fight, "mra Time.
STB MAC H
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ctalon at the Dlute."
And still It is said that ball players
are In thu game for money only!
Hartley savs that the St. Louis
Club hasn't been drawing well at
home because It is going badly.
"They've had me playing In tho out
field and that ought to be tho tip
off on how we have been shot to
Hartley declato. however, that the
players In the outlaw league are all
plcanod with th!r Jobs and are
treated every bit as well an they could
be on a championship club.
"We stop nt tho very best hotels,"
hn said, "nml truvel In tho best of
stylo. No player could havo any kick
on the Federal League.'
Ai the gang nat particularly
intercited in the doings of the
former (llantt Hartley told tit
that Arthur lt'Uaon wut playing
wonderful ball for the Chlfedt
and that Otic Orandall teat not
only pitching good ball but that
he tods hitting in the neighbor
hood of .3(0. The only one of
the cx-Qiant who ii not doing so
well U .41 ilrlJiocJI. "flrld" ft
tcorfcinff regularly, but has got in
a batting slump from which he
finds it difficult to escape. Cooper
it nat'ftifj a great season with the
Gunboat Smith Postpones
His Return to U. S. A.
Manager Buckley Expected to
Leave England To-Day, but
Put Off Sailing Owing to Flat
tering Music Hall Offer.
By John Pollock.
GUNBOAT SMITH, the Ameri
can heavyweight, who had
been offered several big fights
In this country, despite his unfortun
ato defeat by Georges Carpentlor, the
French champion, Is not coming home
as soon as oxpected. Manager Jim
liuckley was to havo sailed from
England to-day with tbo Uunner, but
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Lawn Tennis Programme Announced
For Championship at Newport.
Edwin F. Torrey, secretary of the United State National Lawn
Tennis Association, to-day announced the programme for the thirty
fourth annual all comers' championship tournament. The meeting
will be held on the Casino courts, Newport, R. U and will include
singles, the chsllenge match of the championship doubles and the
interscholastlo national finals. Foreign players now in this country
for the Davis Cup mstehes may compete only in the alnglas, accord
ing to a decision of the Executive Committee. Plsy will begin
Aug. 24 and continue through the next week. By the erection of
new stands ths seating capacity at the championship court has
been increased to accommodate 7,000 spsctators. The challenge
mstch in ths doubles, in which Maurice E. McLoughlin snd Thomas
C. Bundy, California, will play against the winners of the Esst,
West, South and Pacific Coast ssriet, will be decided on Tuesday
morning, Aug. 25. The intericholastic championship contest will
begin Aug. 26.
Get-Away Good Things Win
And Shock Form Students
Walters and Brick and Mortar
Source of Profit at Em
By Vincent Treanor.
THUKK good t' Ir of the gat-a-way
variety were put over the
piam wan startling precision
at the Umpire Track yesterday. It
mattered little If In two of the In
stances form was knocked awry, as
It was when Walters and nrlck and
Mortar rattled home. Those who
were "In tho know" profited without
any pangs of conscience. Tho third
good thing, t.nmpcon, was more or
lens public property, for he outclassed
tho cheap lot he mot In all form, and
In tho rnco led all tho way, as he
should have dono.
In these days, good thin,,, are hard
to put over, no mutter how cnrefully
prepared. Walters, for lnstauco, the
property of a poor man, has disap
pointed on two previous occasions,
when he looked like a sure ner.
In his last race in particular, ho bad
little chalice. Flat-footed at the post
when tho barrier went up, he wna
run Into all possible pockets by hla
Jockey, Klcklaus, with the result that
he finished tenth In a field of .'our
teen. Yesterday he was meeting a
he received such a flattering ofter for
Hmlth to appear at the livull'li music
halls for tho next six weeks with his
sparring partner. Hob Armstrong,
that he postponed nls sailing.
Two more bouts between light
weights have Just been urranged.
Uobby Keynolds of Philadelphia will
meet Joe Stacey at tho .Stadium A. C.
next Saturday night, and Knockout
Hrown will hook up with Mickey
Itodgors, the crack Pittsburgh light
weight, In a six-round bout at 'ho
Motordrome In Pittsburgh on Aug, 8.
Drown Is guaranteed too.
Johnny McOunn, matchmaker ot the
Atlas A. A. of Boston. Is trylnr to
clinch a bout between Joe Jeanetto
and yam l.angford, to bo fought In
three weolfs, but as .loanette's man
ager wants Charley White, the local
reforoe, to officiate tho chances are
that McCann will call oft the bout.
By forcing Joe Hlvers, the Mexican
llghtwolght, to post a forfeit of Iiou
us a guarantee, that ho would not run
out ot another match with Leach
uross, -loin .Mrt'iuey, tho fight, pro-
motor ot l,os Angelus. to-day signed
the men up for n twenty-round fight
to l fought at Vernon. Cal.. on Aug.
11. Both men have started training
lor ino cumuai.
Two clubs hold shows to-ni;ht. as
follows: At Broadway Sporting Club
of Brooklyn, Young Brown vs. Young
llofmun, Krankle Callahan vs. Harry
Pierce, nnd Doe. Schumacher vs. Gene.
Morlarlty; at llockaway Beach A. l,
Hammcls Station, Hockawuy, Pat.soy
Klino vs. Packey Hommey, In the
Martin J. O'Hcarn, well known n
the Bronx, 1b being tendered a bcnelit
at the Fairmont A. C. to-night. Two
good ten-round bouts will be starred
between Fred Halsband and Frank!
Mack aud Harrj- Condon and Hiilem
A-Fro, being KNocttet) &ou;n ,
defy vojp. opponent to oump
on "Your eye. if he does so
You wiut set the. becvsoN,
bad lot. and with Sumter up he got
an Improved ride. Of course ther
were growls from certain of the tal
ent when Walters won. There always
are voices of disapproval from those
not lucky enough to bo aboard.
The form reversal of llrlck and
Mortar was IttUe less glaring than
that of Walters. The IJradley gelding
finished far back In his previous race
and was beaten ten lengths. Taylor
rodo him that day nnd Neylon, re
garded as the Jockey star of the West,
had the mount yesterday. It's hard
to figure what mnde tho Improvement
In the gelding, but It was startling, to
say the least, for he won like a real
good horse. Tho betting mnrket, how
ever showed little Indlcution thut
Hrlck and Mortar was nxpected to
win. The play of tho rac centred on
Kmbroldery and Mabel Montgomery,
so If anybody won on llrlck and Mor
tur's victory they didn't put the money
down at the track.
Joikov Jimmy Ilutwcll Is really
scared these days. The day after his
ride on Tony Asto's Ten Point, when
he carelessly or otherwise allowed
.Surprising to steal up on the rail and
win tho race, Jimmy recelvod a Hlack
Hand letter wnrning him to beware
and calling attention to the defeat of
Ten Point. Butwell Is sure the letter
cumo from some of tho Italian back
ers of tho "bootblack king's" horse,
and again he explains that It wui
not his fault. Ho Insists that Ten
Point wanted to run out with him all
If there were any Italian backers of
Bluo Thlstlo In the Melrose Stake
yesterday they would be Justified In
Mimrltnr neverul Hlack llunil letters to
Jockey Neylon. Putting It tersely,
Neylon rode a bad race. Sometimes
this youngster rides with u skill that
Ih nimrmt iinciinnv. whllo In other In
stances his effortH am painful to hla
backers. Ho may havo been hampered
by Guy Fisher at that, yesterday, but
the hampering was early enough In
tho raco to bo overcome. His ride
on niue Thistle was very similar to
tho one lie put up on loveland last
Kridnv. when no one In thn race
seemed Interested In beating JJolle of
drover Hughes came within two
flftlm nf a second of equalling Bar
row's track record of 1.44 3-B In wln-
nlnir tho Melrose Stakes. As It was.
Orover ran the mile In 1.H8 4-6, the
fastest of the meeting so rar. uisi
time out Orover stopped with 117
pounds up, but that ctay no was meet
ing fast sprinting company.
Qcora-o Odom's two-year-old Al
ItenvpH Is In a bad way. Yesterday
two veterinarians were working over
the gelding In his stall, with a scant
hope of bringing him around. He
rnnm out of his last race in bad
WINNERS AT HAMILTON.
l'tltST ItACi: Puiso $500: three
year. olds nnd up: maiden Jockeys: six
furlongs. rienunioni iieue, s i.-uucn-piii.
i in i. I in I und 6 to G. won:
Illchwood. 104 (Kallon). 7 to 1, 5 to 2
nnd oven, second: Bushy Head, 100
iHnencerl. 4 to 1. 3 to 2 and 7 to 10,
third. Time 1.14 2-5. Itobt. Kay,
Yiidoneen. Queen Haln, Curloux
Aprls'i, limnilo Gorman, Bolter and
i siln Baii also ran.
skCONO ItACK-Piirse I0')0: two-
vear.olds. fosled In Cannda; flvu
furlongs. Lady Cunton, 107 (Hun
over), 7 to 20, 1 to 8 and out. first,
Itnninton Dame. 103 (Obert), i0 to 1
: to 1 and to 5, second: Harry Has.
mu, 1W (Gray), l'J to 1, 3 to I ami
4 to third. Tlmo. 1.01 4-5. Bed
Poit, l.nst Spark, Ourish. Sun. Hurt
lev nml Penuer SauhO ulso ran.
Til I 111) HACK Purse Liver
pool Handicap Steeplechase: four-
ve.ir-oldti and upward: about two
mllns. I.ueknln. 147 (Cadi). 16 to D,
oven nnd 7 .to 20. first: Aurlflc, 135
(Scully), 20 to 1, 5 to 1 and even
sernml! Gun Cotton. 150 (Kohler)
even. 1 to 3 und out. third. Time
4.10 1-3. Dorothy Webb and Stonsy
Croft also rats.
f 3G.e., Hope.
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AiOY t-ROM YOU , MAKE HIM KICK
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THE Pout UJIU- BE APPARENT.
mit him oust ovf.R.THf Footprint on you.
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KlCK. YOU IN THE SHIN . REFEREE ttXTtR.
Y0NKERS, N. Y., TUESDAY. JULY 28, 1914
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WESTERN GOLF TOURNEY.
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llAPIDS, Mich,. July :s.-SIMy-four
golfers, survivors In the ntniKKle fur tin
Western Amati-iii- i'liuniil(iiii-lili fnceil
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IS holes In 73 yesterday.
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scored 71 In thu olliuiniitlnn round wn
the first of tlm lenders to full down
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which won the best of the rally perfor
mances. W. II. Gardner Jr. of Buffalo
made the circuit In Vi. twe strokes nioie
thnn Ii" look yesterday- Hie neiitliri'
duilni.' tin- forenoon lound whs fair but
stiff bieitsio swept tho course, . nuslng
many KOlfers to slice nr pull their ilrlves.
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Uolieit A. Gnnlnerl49j Itoberl t.re 1W;
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rlie Kilter went nriitinu 111 71 to-uay.
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EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES.
KMI'IKK CITY HACK TUACK.j
i u. ii i ,ur-, ,iui,v -n, in,- i-iiirie lor
to-morrow's races are us follows-
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A(iirrntlcr ftll-man r rUlnin! rrat-k hra"
John D. Wakelleld h.m disappointed
twice, In his lust rare lie wn
plaved as If "In" and yesterday man.'
ot tho best liifi'liiioilon nutlierers
wern down uBiiln. Ilo'll prolmblj win
after everybody ImH passed him uji
NO FASTENERS REQUIRED.
Collars 2 or25
'a rv Z andt lncoli.sr'CoTrovN.'t.
TrTsn any short iiiiiiIiii M
M MULLEN'S I
ARM DOESN'T '
AFFECT HIS BATTING
Chance's Star Will See Bone
setter Reese During Present
'if.lil to Tin KirniM IS'oilJ.)
Chicago, July 21.
THE Vanks expect to go away
from heie to-night with the
odd game of their series with
the White Sox safely marked upon
the winning side of the column for
them. The honors aio even so far
and to. day's game will be the prlie
one of the whole five.
The team will go to Cleveland to
night Instead of to St. Louis, the
usual trip taken from here. The
players do not look forward to their
Ht. IjuIs series with any degree of
pleasure, for that city Is no place for
11 bull team to visit In the hot
Charlie Mullen Is going to slip
over to Youngstown, O., when the
team Is In Cleveland nnd consult
Honescttor lteese about his throwing
nrm. The first sacker has developed
n .lorciii'HH In his wing that Is handi
capping him In throwing to the
bases, for he cannot get hln arm up.
He hai been throwing everything
underhanded during the Chicago
mtIcs. He says that he believes tUfct
the ligament Is out of place or that
he has caught a co'd. It will not
Hike lteese long to determine what
l dm li-nntile and to slip the liga
ment back Into Its plaro If It Is thnt.
Mullen wan Hi" hi-ro of yester
day's game, for he drove In three ot
iln'- live runs that his taiii made.
Ills sore arm Is not troubling him at
,111 when at the bat. Getting threw
I bits out of four times up Is going at j
quite a rasi pacu lor inr juuhk i"
Kins Cole end Hny Caldwell, the
two Yank pitch"-." that have shut the
Sox out in thin series, have pitched
nlout as good ball as any pltclcr
that lias shown hen' nil snmm r
Chance Is well juitlsfled that he has
' 11 tiltchlmr st.irr coiieriru now unit is
I goliiu t I'" '"ni1 enough for him to
build nniunil for next yearn Theonlv
I thing that he wants lo ct now n
largp ntiai'Mtlrs Is buse b'l 11"
never e.vi have too much hlttlnir l
I suit him. nml lie will always tr.i.tv
'anil wtlH"'!' gf"b " ben-v hltt'.T f
I n- can improve his team by so do-
it'ob, Itii'K'll. who was ouch a fen
ntlcm In th leairil" last eur Is slip
nine vrv fast tin year 'lis per.
fiM-maiice vesi'Tilny was about th
worst that be lias riven th's ye.ir.
tie 1II1I nut Urnw what tn do with
ihe ball after he got It. and It wm
Ms tnlKtun-s that f iv.' tho visitor
I iich a big l".'ld In th" fourth Inning
' MnniiLwr f'll aian wonin or wnn
i b- "".' .7'
.1... i.lmii' -111(1 bate a string on nlm
fur next yar
WRITE TO ROBERTSON
FOR ADVICE ON AUTOS.
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mny automoDllo rocords and
Vanderbilt winner in 1908. answers
all questions about machine
trouble!, and traffic rocjulstions in
The Evenino World every Satur
day. Sand your car trouble in
writing to (ieorgs H. Robertson.
&in m n 1. 1 1 Editor.
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nn) fnHhlonabU nftttertis
vi- uiiorrn anu trimmtu.
30 Church St., cor. Dey St.
lluaTwnn Terminal Bulldlns.
, incljiling Tbrt UtBAe.
Wuiiuon d1 rriDlDtf. tf ntj-(lf Udf
in I ctritlrfnm t'ror-tuioiul Dsjn.
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111 iiuutti ii, taiftcaiiih, 111 lllcjol aad Motor
tyclr lUim. riari, Iftfton. Foliar fttad 104
otJi- romillri. S.Mo P'ftt t 58t.
tmpire Ciiy Track
(III'.T. "ONKi;H8 A MT. VERNON)
III.!. INNING AT 2.n0 P. M.
SIX ItACKH. INCLlIIINa THR
$2,000 Knickerbocker Handicap
SIT.CIAl. lUCE TB.UNS
'iiir il.o.l Central Statlcm at 12,0s. JIM
1 II an-l l-yt.l'. JI. , rrcm liisth' Stfid
uiloiitM Ut llr'ilar trtltu ncrraw mt.
ulra from Uiaart it.:ril Hullon and laMi
St. SUtlm. Ilroadftur Hnbnaj; trln to SSfti
M.. tlirtif bj troljoi 0th and Bth A.t7'
tiaiaa to lKlh bt tiwoo bt JarooJ Afav
lirand Aland snd FrWMock. All
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