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BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
THAT MORRIS-MORAN SHINDY
Copyrljhf, 1317, by tlio I'ross I'ulilinlilng Co, (The Now Vork livening World.)
10 DE HIE
C. K. G. Billings Also Decides
to Retire From Running
Turf Game and Will Sell
String of Sixteen Horses.
Morris-Moran Battle, Which
Has Been Postponed Till June
4, Should Prove a Real Old
CopfrtlU. 1SMT. be The Via Ptttttlakitg
fTfce New York Ktrnlr Wort.!.)
TIlKItK may Im n Unlit when r
Morris and Krnnk Aloran rr. .
Monday evening, Juno 4, Tie
battle linn been postponed becatt.
Carl hurt tils wrist In training, tt c
hardly bo called a boxing moU'
Car Is about aa skilful na tlio ra
paging hippopotamus. Moran's ld
of boxing Is limned to tho starting,
nwlnglng and lauding of his "M- -Ann."
Hut If It Isn't a fight tho wise, ones
long tho lino aro all wrong. Tho
wise, ones aro going up to tlio II.ii.-- n
tf. O. Just to listen to tho crash when
iNQ or 200 pounds of .bcof bits tho
floor boards with a loud thump 8omo
ilguro that nothing can knock Carl
Morris off his big legs, and that
Frank Moran'a "Mary Ann" will
xlnipiy sink into Morns and make no
Impression. They think, too, that
Carl will overbear Moran, wear blm
aown ana go ovoi hlro llko an auto
mobile, truck over a Haunago
Others Ilguro tho "Mary Ann" good
for a knockout any tlmo It lands on
tho right (pot, and that Morrln Is so
nlow Moran won't have any dlillculty
in janaing ir.
rOIUUS and Moran at this mo
mcnt rank next to Wlllard.
Uoth, to l) strictly truthful,
aro no far below tho champion In
fighting ability that they hardly
inarch in tho satno army. Uut thoy'ro
next below tho champion, anyhow,
and an the Champion Is so much hot
tar that lis can't find any men to give
him a fight wo might ua well look at
the second string men and enjoy our
nelveb whllo wo can. Tho 15th of No
vember looms chill In tbo oiling.
Morris ranks closer to Wlllard than
Moran. Mo hasn't ben beaten by
Wlllard yet. Tho singlo tlmo the two
mastodons met wns advertised as a
boxing match and turned out tar he
a wrestling bout. Thero wero no
jjolntn acorcd. Carl recently trtmmod
5'red Kulton. Wlllard's manager has
lxien busy for a year Informing tho
jmbllo that Pulton wan Wlllard's
"logical opponent' Naturally, hav
ing whipped Pulton, Morris should bo
tho "logical opponent," to quota the
.Mornn's claim to propinquity to the
heuvywolght tltla-holder rests upon
tho facts that bo onco fought twenty
i-ounds with Jack Johnson and wasn't
knocked out, and that he fought ten
Juunclu with Wlllard, with the tamo
Of course Moran claims that he
nearly whipped .Ichnson and would
havo knocked him out In flvu
sounds more, and that ho "had WIN
lird going" In tho seventh round.
Muybo Moran even thinks these things
am true. He's entitled to his own
opinion. It's all his. Nobody who
taw tho bout ever cut In to share It,
'OnniS and Moran tfught to put
up a good, rough fight. Mor
ris has been In umuiually good
condition allien ho trained down flno
for Pulton. Ho hits adopted a now
ulyla of fighting, Just pressing In
hard all tho tlmo und punching short
for the body. Ho doesn't pobo with
extendcu left arm and try to outbux
lila man any more. Morris hua room
for an Idea now and then. Ha dis
covered thut ho wasn't n boxer, to
liny particular extent. Bo ho deter
mined to become a tighter. Ho sue
ckhUm! In the Pulton bout.
Morris will go right after Moran.
And Moran will have plenty of
chances to try out the "Many Ann,"
for Morris Isn't Jiard to hit, llko
Wlllard. The tiicntlon It whether or
not tho "Mary Ann" enn bring Morrln
down. Tho big follow can take u
lot of hammering. A few brolen
Juws and llttlo things of that sort
don't oven discourage him. Ho might
ay Homo attention to a good hard
wallop on the chin, but tho trouble
Is that when his nerves telegraph tho
news to his bruin tho message ar
jlves tho n'JXt day. If you hit Carl
on the bean with a club In the first
round he might notice t whllo on tho
way to tho dressing room after the
end of the tenth. It's hard to whip
u fellow who Is llko that.
Mornn was In bad shape looked
nearly out, In tho early rounds of both
Coffey fights and In tho Dillon fight.
In all three he toolc a beating and
came back strong. Ho thrives under
punishment and shows stamina In
hard riKhts. Ho It Isn't llkelv that
A Drunkard's Plea. Tells How
He Was Released from the
Bondage of Alcoholic Slavery
Leading Druggiata Guarantee Keaulta
Uy heart bleole r..r ev-ry dtunkard.
nd I alncerely lh I eould meet them
face to fare and tell tiiein how 1 waa
aaved from the clut.'lie of tlio demon
drink if thla weie poa.ible thuuannda
could bo eave.l from drunknrda' vrnvea.
Vee. my atpHttt tor ttrlnW una com
jlaleb dealroyed Hero la thu preemp
tion that eaved nie' One inepaied teneum
imwder twice it flay In coffee, leu or uny
liquid Almoat cveiythlna hH.t been trie
in me tvl'tiout reeulta, iui don't experiment
t Ita nnythlns but teecum pnwdeie, then
ou "III nut be dlauppnlnted. Hln., the
1.99'der la colt.ileMi. odnrlfeN nnd mate
S'w. It aan be Klvi-n .rllv. It la In
terrriejl t. deatn.y the terrible ernvlnar
The feulu are no Hurtling that .IruK
irlete mV rrfundliiK tho money If It fnlla
(See inoney iwtund funrantt-e, tylili h
nigpleta ure nuilierlx..,! to site ulitn
avkove prm rlplion la filled, i There I
tibaoluul)' ... rlak uii nur part. o :u
)ia evert UiIiik l) awln an' notlilnr to
loaa. lulhei-a Hiid Utere are now uble
to cuia the.r luted ohom uf thla terrible
liabU, tlt' no rapena If It falla. If
rutrle wi not roiuident of euoreawt
thaaj to Id iivi uffoid ta make audi ho
DO TKGRC S ' (V y
To atr Mil (sJ
MOHAKJ ... I A
Of Western Invitation
Precipitates Golt War
United States Association De
fied by Body Headed by Presi
dent Thompson of Chicago.
Which Considers Bay State
Star Still an Amateur, Con
trary to Rules of National
Uy William Abbott.
TI113 Western Clolf Association
executed a llttlo surprise at
tack on tho national governing
body by Inviting Prancls Oulmct tu
compete as an amatour In tho West
cm championship this summer. The
Western otllclulH, who novcr wen
satlstled with tho amateur rulliu
formulated by tho United Htates (loll
Association, took th a tlmo to hurl n
bomb at the governing body.
If Oulmct compotes as an amatciu
It will mean no's a professional In tho
Morris can beat him In ten rounds.
Ten rounds of lumbering, awkward
fighting but well meant endeavor on
both sides that's what thu nflair
looks llko In advance of tho date.
Johnny Coulon waa knocked
out by l'eto Hcrmnnl Well,
youth will ba served. Also It
seems true that "they never como
back." Coulon, aftor losing tho ban
tam title to Kid Wllllama, rotlred for
a white, but regained his health and
becamo ambitious again. Ho started
a new fighting streak and was fairly
successful aa long as ho stayed among
the second rotors. Ttic.au ho would
get away with by vlrtuo of his skill
nnd old experience. Hut when n new
comer In th" class ho once led camo
along Johnny found that lie waHii't
thero with tho old pop, It's tho saniti
old story of the ring. Youth nnd
pop nre needed. W'tliout them a
fighter 1b soon In the discard.
uffer. Ilavo the ineaeripiton filled to
clay, before you loiait It.
"lie woman ttho ueed tide pri-acrlptlnn
on her huabaml axye- "It U eolna on tho
lourtli week alnee he lute leu. lied it drop
ef antrthlna In the form of liquor or uaed
tobaero of nny kind He a,-, me already
Ilka u lllf'erent mnll. Tear u Ml haa Killne.l
(t wonderful enthUNUal In me I rsnr.l it
na u (I'.dHend. Juat think, 1 havu never
eeu my liu.l.elid eolwr fur ir.o a than 4
hour a in yeara, and now It U wlr nil
one month alnce he hud hla Put drink."
Al. other ono nMtefully wrllea! "I have
ueed trecuin iwdcia on my huatmnd nnd
'I ml li one nf the Krentoat curn In tlilt
mirld. He Imen't taken a drink for :
muat live weeke, nnd aaya lie never will.
M home dooa not aeent like the name
pUc,, Hlt.l life eeema worth litlnaf. 1 Impo
tnouannila mil 11 nliat 1 hitte. Till, l.ja
betn e i;ood lien )ear for me without
ili.n.. In ni) home."
NlITi; InukbC dmjaitl. when e.van tU
abte e.'l.lr. mm It- ui.. u. . trrv
JIUrtaKo iriimlj (,., tlw ,trtti.( lajl.lt. Il Ut
Imiii.Inw. "uudeifulli ,cfwtie, and It Latins
aa euunn., al. I a.lii- etenr .aie a .o w e
I?.'1',.', '"r, "tt'e-f laiet i mie .t a Irt.l"
t U wM le ilila eliy b' the Kal-:. Ml i ph,,.
inaey, .New lock; . Albeit ikatMrue. Ili.k! i,
and all olher lir.t claae uru.ile'e. Adit,
IP Tuevnw imgrnv&T (wli (
ItuS. J W Td Hi U
Kast and an amateur on tho other
Jldo of the Alloghcnles, a condition
vhlch ultimately will mean tho
irrnkltiB up of tho. National Asso-
And to mako certain a now golf
nr Oulmct hna accepted tho Invita
tion of thu Western Association to (
compete, and as an amatour. In tho I
opinion of several prominent Chi-1
cugo golfers now In Ibis city, this
action simply means another break In
tho bridgo that Is separating tho
Western Assoc. aliou from tho United
otattui AbhuciuiIoii, which holdn
liulmot a protosuioiial bucauso he
o.lia golf supidlcs. It Is their bollet
that under tho administration of
i'lesldi'iit Charles K. Thompson of
.'h cngu tho Western Association ap
parently has stariod out on an Indu
Aa soon ua tho present Western
tSHoclutlon waa Installed It adu ted
. now definition of an amateur, which
iiudo all golfers protoxsiouula who
cipltullzi'd their utill ty us players,
even as writers, but excepted suuh ua
carry on their business In their own
names without using their golf titles.
'I'll h rmu m.uio uuimut, former na
tional open and amateur champion,
an aiiiatfiir, und as such ho was In
vited to play In tho Western tourna
ment. It Is tho understanding In golf
circles thut tho Western Association
. pr. uanly taku other Independent
steps, relying upon the 'M active clubs
to support tho break from tho older
luo united Htaten Golf Association
at Its mooting l.'iHt winter withstood
a wave of antagonism and rotalna ita
strict amateur rule, which succeeded
In barring Francis Ouluijt from
tournamonta. A big pctnuiiul tight
was made at tho biiiiih avestou to
have tho youthful coimuuror of Yar
don and Ua.v relnsta 1 '.u It waj
The 1917 achcdulo of events for tho
Hackousack (loir Club contains a
, paragtaph to the effect that with tho
country nt war tho club governors
'have ..eculcd to give puzo winners
I tho option of taking the rrlze or a
lied Lrosa umuiein, tneretiy permu
ting tho committee In tho caso to
do. .alii thu valuo of tlio prlsj to tho
FAVORS SUNDAY BASEBALL
In dlschiirKin la Ilailem Court
four men who wore arreateil
weeks ago cluirgoil with vlolitttng
Suniiay Law In .iiiIiik h baaelmll Kiiine.
MiiKlatratu Meguadu aul.l that he saw
1 no harm In the epm t anil wlahvd h
i were In a position to affix his slguaturu
In u lull leri.nialiiK Miim.iy lialllnayiug
The men weie, nrreeud by Inspector
Moiria a. id two of hla at.iff at Olympic
'I'P'ld. The lneetor und bin iletectlvos
I auuuttoii tnitt niio they luut retail a
liio'at "ti'ZZ VSci': 'tvXlSZiZ,?.
they had wltiieaaed part of
without paying any i-.inoy.
Muriiliiiialili' A. I'. I'riiteala,
The Mnrnlnnaldo A t'., which llnlahed
ffioml for the tenm pijt with 73
points lu tho modified nun .itliou run on
Miluidiiy, lias iiioie.it. . I tin. cloiy in
the Million) A. A ..n tin- ground that
W. JnliHiiuliiK. ulm nu. tin that 'lull,
w.ia nut tifllelnll) iu.-ii,h.-i f tlio club
The eoiniilltlee lll meet on PilOitv even
I liar to ii.isa on the pi-uum ln nil i,rb
iiUlllty it will not he nll..n,d.
Iltltllta In-dnt ttlth hi. I4111U, 3 30 P,
1'olj Uiounda. Adiu. OUc AUtt,
"Both Teams Have Gone at It Hammer and Tongs, Mostly
Tongues" "It Is Impossible to Tell Whether the Lads
Are Playing According to Hoyle or to Webster"
"The Giants Managed to Sew It Up in the Ninth, but
the Cards Took All the Stitches Out in the Tenth."
Copyright. 1317, by tho Press I'libllihlng
ANAumi M'QHAW S claim
In modorn baseball hasn't been verified In tho Glant-Cardlnul
skirmishes. UlUIng and cooing among tho rival players has belli Just
as absent ns platoulc friendships between maltose and rodents. Uoth teams
havo gono at It hammer and tongs, mostly tongues. To add to the Ungual
aspect of tho matinee, Ump Orth and his fellow nccompllco havaficcn
called upon to concoct several decisions that have been closer than a gnat's
oyos. They may havo spoken more tongueB on tho Tower of Uabel, but they
didn't register any more chatter than Is being manufactured each day at
tho Polo Grounds. That Ucdlam League you hear about Is a minor circuit
compared to tho National. It Is Imposslblo to tell whether tbo lads are
playing according to Hoylo or to Webster.
Until tho olllcl.il scorers Innugurato a chatter column, conversation
won't get Into tho oftlclal averages. Uut at least It helps to Indicate that
tho boyn aro trying from tho larynx up. Of course, thero Is a certain
species of fan who doesn't think he has spent a perfect day unless the
players promenado on ono atiothcr'a expressions with their spikes and
carom bats off tho urn pa' skulls. After listening to tho bloodthirsty ap
peal for action from tho stands you can Imaglno that somo folks go out
to seo a baseball gamo becauso all tho other abbatolrs nro closed.
Yastarday'a cllnlo was rather a decorous affair from a European
eye-point for the first seven innings- Then the St. Looey team forgot
they were a St. Looey team and cavorted around real metropolitan
like. They didn't stop at local stations like first, second and third,
but expressed right through to home plate. Dy tho time the plumber
got there four runs had leaked In. The Giants managed to sew it up
in their portion of the eighth, but the Cards took all the stitches
out In the tenth.
Losing to tho Cards Isn't qulto so dlfllcult an Giant ran llko to
imagine. Tho Giants havo now succumbed twice In a row. Tho first may
have been an accident, but accidonta don't stutter. Tho score was & to 4. 1
Although baseball! cost S1.S5 a cow, Manager Itoblnson didn't
demand a recount when Casey Stengel flapped one over the right'
field wall yesterday. Only one Brooklyn runner happened to be on
each base at the time, tchtch limited the harvest to tour runs. The
thump gypped Malty out of an appirent victory, the Hcds bring two
runs in the lead at the time. However, Casey's wallop soon made
them feel normal again.
Golfers claim that conscription will opoll our national pastime,
also admit that It will ruin basebnll.
If the Cards' early showing was a mere (lath in the pan they
must have got another pan somewhere. Slapping the Giants down
twice Isn't an easy trlok even for a guy who can take a rabbit out
of a high hat,
Unccnsorcd reports front tho West Indlcato that tho Yanks aro utill
crazy with tho heat. Wo can't eo why Papa Joffro skipped Ht. Ioooy on
hla trip. They uro very good tu strangers, and tho Yanks tiro taking ad
vantogo of tlmlr hospitality. If Hill Donovan can get tho rest of his
schedulo transferred to St. Loooy, Capt. llilaton can go Tut and get the
Yanks' peununt polo measured f-or a pennant.
Id ft-etif of the Government elfmlnatlnu fcaitsoalj pluycrs from,
the conscription tournament, the decision should be enlarged so as
to Includi! fJio fans. A baseball game tcllhouf fans U like a nickel
piano without the nickel. .Vo cash, no music. The magnates should
JicfifloH Congress to grant Immunffv to (heir an. They would bo
sure of an overflow crowd at every game.
There are millions of dollars invested In baseball which would go
south if the players were matriculated into the trenches. However,
baseball wouldn't be the only sport to suffer by conscription. Con
sider the millions of minutes that aro Invested in chess, parcheesi,
cheokers and other Influential industries.
Benator Hiram Johnson's tight for free speech Is receiving very little
encouragement from Ump 1)111 Uvans. Whenovor a player endeavors to
tho proposed Kspionago uui
him out a complimentary pass
at tho exit.
KID GRIFFO BENEFIT
I AT FAIRMONT TO-NIGHT.
I a big benefit will be conducted by
two Hilly Gibson at the Fairmont A. to
the nlsht In order to raise funds to bury
Johnny (Kid) urirro, tno c.it.-uu.v.
weight boxer. A full boxing nnd vuudo
vlllo prosramino has been' arrniiRod.
Thousands havo reeti the mako believe
bouts liutween (Irlffo and Joo Hernstcln.
They voluntcorod their services at many
benefits. Tlio fans doubted their own
ivimn Mrlff.i Ati.t lleinatcln. after a
-rrlflc throe ni.m.tea of puinniel.ng. have
nniked off lauitlilnslv. arm In arm. 1"
tiinko (heir Iwui more reiillBtlo tho pair
usud to flip Into their mouths capsules
containing a crlnieon fluid. At a 'signal
they would bit" Into the.e and then it
did look like a flatlit. It always took the
bust oialorle.'il if form of Joe llumplui"
to explain ihat the whole affali' was a
traM'Hty on Hie leul thltm. liven then
the lileeen tv.iul.li.'t tielleto It.
II111I1111.I llenta (Irate.
AlUrrt lladnud, tho welterweight
elinniplnn of I'ranee, won front Kid
Uiu.. after ten louuda of hard flghv
lug at the liruadwuy s. C. last nliihc
Co. (Tlio New York Uvcnlng World).
that thero Is too much haiid-ahaklng
iii iree cnnimr, mil
ior mo snowora anu anna a moon
MinrUey Ontlinlnta While.
ALBANY. May 16. Jack Sharkoy. tho
craok west sldo lioxer, outpointed Jabez
Wlilto of this city In u hurricane ttn-
round bout hero Inst night, Sharke
floored the local boy for the count of
seven In tlio bcventh round, and had
White grogcy at tlio finish. It wns suca
an excltlliK battle that tha boys ncro re
matched for Juno
STANDING OF THE CtUDS.
(lube. H. I. I'.C. Clubi. W. . p,0,
lalllmore-IS 7 696 Toronto 12 3;;
ewark. .11 6 ,(81 Monlreal H li .act
I'rotld'ce II U .591 .Klchmond S IS .Jll
llncliealrr 12 10 3t5.luff,ilo 6 G .27
Newaik, 7i .Monacal, 7 (IC Inningi),
'iornntit, A Itichmond, 0,
rrutldcnre, (It liuflalo, t,
ltiK-hraleri I; ILUtimtun. 3.
Newaik at Montreal,
1'loildcnre nl llutfalo.
Illchmnnd at Yorontn.
Ilalilmore at Ituchceier.
MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
lab. ft'. U
N. lork..U 7
I'Mla IS a
bU Lctua. 14 10
.MO Llncm II
W. U P.C'ICIaba.
5 II .421 I llo.ion.
12 17 .411 ' ti tork
B IS .JOS j Chicago
6 14 .100 Cletr'd
.019 l-uii'in .
HL Loaia. S New Yota, 4 (1U miuiiti;.
Brooklyn. 6t Cincinnaii,
Chicago, Si IhMioa, I,
I'luladrliiua. S lltUbqrih,
m.Loulj.i New Tork.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
rilUburgh ai raiiadelphla.
Chicago tt tloalon.
C Fistic News
Jimmy Johnston, who made a succesk
of the boMnc shows held at thu St.
Nicholas Jtlnk and who again w;lll bu tho
munugcr of tlio entertainments there, an
nounced toilay that he lias dool.td to
hold tho oponlni; bill on -May SI. Tnu
principals In tho main bout of ten roundj
will be Tod Kid Lewis, thu Kngllsa
welterweight, who ha! been scoring many
knockouts In tho last few uionins, and
Mike O'Dowd, tho crack welterweight of
fit. Paul, who recently gave Jack IJrltton
a terrific battle In Utooklyn.
John Welamintel, oho bu b-en bulni much
trouble in .mini cood boutt for hu about at
the llrmdwiy S. O. oa Tuewlu mshta, bu
finally lien luccenfd In liDdlni; a E"d BcrP
foe tho club' eotertilnmcat nel Tuceda; eicn
Int. T1h flthteri bo "III ci-bingi mttlopa in
thla bout are hllent ilirtln, tlie liu.vln2 dot
mute niidJleelf!it. ind Mike O'Powd of St. Paul.
. both mea art flirbtlni lu their bnt form
rUlht now, the; tbould fumleh a aJuUloe batUe
from lbs unmcnt tbe tell rinst until tho cwnlcat
Altlonih "Dec" Ilae'cy. mmih of Willi
Jaclwm. the local Ulhmcllht. hu recelTrd nun)
uffan from clubs for a return batUe betnen
Jackion and Johnnr Dundee, It la not llkelj thai
the men will meat, aa Hadcr demand a larc
lrU0 tix hla bor'a aervlcra. Ilafile) demanded
JJ.Wil fniu Jloiraj Joluiaton for Jackton to boi
lluiidra at Ibe oiinii elion of the St. NI.4iolar
A. C. on M ! Johmfon thourbt thta aum
aa too large. ba d.clJM to luaa up Jacluon.
The Krelre-nxind bout between Jack llrllton
the Kdiereelzhl champion, and Ted Kid tta
niv-n wm w ' - - . ww..-1
i.i.l . k... I.n ri.,-k .1 k.
uuy .1. j.
i,n.l until Juna u. wbii naa peea aunarimi
Uunw iwlu Uie laat fr da)a fruni a boil on
hie wok an.1 be haa Ixun unable la do any train
ing. HU manater elred I'romour Kulll'in aik.
luc. Uut the lout be put hack until tie abote
dale and Sulliian (oaeente-l.
Albmi Ue.loud. the Frtmen weltcrcelgBt cha.il
pion. who fomlit K11 flratea at the llroadway
B C. laat nlehi. naj promptly matclid by hla
nuaajer. Willie lwla. to meet Walter laurrtt.
tlM iiromlauu w.H aide weltcnteltbi, for ten
n.unda at bhe neil toxins ahow to be held at the
Pioneer S. 0. ncxi Tumlay nlglt. tieler laMtla'a
BACKACHE WARNS YOU
TO WATCH YOUR KIDNEYS
I" Do you feel tlroJ and "rcorn-out?"
Are yoii nervoui and Irritable T Don't
deep tvell at nliht? Have a "dragfed
out" unreeled feellns when you get up
In tlm momlngT Dlixy epellT IllllouaT
Hid tiiate III the mouth, liiii'knrhe. pain
i.r aoreneai III the lolna and abdomen T
Severe dlelren when urinating, bloody,
eloiidy urine or eedlment? All theae In
dlcato gravel, or atone In the blndder, or
that tho rolaonoua inlcrobea which are
always In your eyateiu hart Attacked
You should Ufa COt.O MCDT Haarlem
Oil Ospsulcs Immediately. The oil aoaka
gently Into the walla and lining of tha
'aldneye and the little polscnom animal
POT TU15 oJei
W. U V.C aob. W. U P.C.
IS 7 .1.9 j SL Louie .14 14 .500
It It .60 J Detroit .10 IS .40J
IS 12 .boo Waik'lon. liS JJ
IS 14 817 l-DII I it .JJi
ew lora. 7t nu Louie, 4.
Uoeton, tit Clet eland. 5.
WaiUnctoo. II) Detroit. J.
Chicago. 11: t'silaJftlnla. ).
few York at St. Louie.
Uoelon at lIcHind.
rhlladelphla el Chlraco.
ftaihlnflon at Detroit.
tandlinj. Iladvud abould di aome creat flfflitlnc.
Willie It not mlj a go-l iralm and handler but
ne run abo tcah lUdoud tha flna polota of the
fieorte Oilp. the former mld.lleljht eham
.Ion, ami Marry tlreb. the prnmultii middle
e-bt of I'ltM.irih, bait at lam brm much.d
Tle7 evro booked up lo-day in meet In a ten.
hum! rontMl at a show to te hr4l In the tlx
tioalUin llall In IntUbiirth on Mar 24.
Dare Slmona, manasrr of Joe nurman. the
(ieaj bantamwiiiiht. to-day declared that Ilur
man la not ildwtewlu: a miioh nlth Mickey
limn or av other bantam and wtll vladly tat
ei Dunn iirofldina the latter mruw-nta to uakt
US piund'. neljht in at the rirgid,
Two EO"l ten-rouivl houta will pe.bablr be
eeu at the CVrmont A, C. ..f llmeklya to.
.norrow nlcl.t. a I tbo fuur prifKlinl, to take iart
its fan. dctor tlthtera and t.l.)i hate no fear
for a punch. In the atar bout Itailau 3w Gana
of llrooklyn will hook up ntth Mike O'Dowd 'J
lit. Paul, while in the otter ten-rounder Ywuii
llro'irn, tbo out aide fighter, will take on Wee
We llartou. vbe oolortd lUhtwela-ht.
Willie Jaokaon. wta waa viable to tni for rat.
era! t-cli on aoeount of an aKack of iineamonla
u veil erouih anln to batUe and hU maniaw
Isned blm up to-day to meet Itaj I lire:, 0 Cal.
(forma lu tie atar bout of ten round at th
Clermont A. C. of llrocklyn on neat Saturday
uljht. Mlckle Dunn of thla city and Men j Vol
u U.e former amateur flihter. will aWj clial
la a Uei-round Ur.it at tho auaa aluir,
TnWy Jamhe ajid Dutei Hrandt will hx,. it
J cert thl riaturday nliht at Uie llro.dway a C
..t lirooklm in the e'ar tj.ui of in a.
. h .
iMrea attra.Tite MX rouml oreiu are alao echwl
1 ulnl uiy aame enow.
illlhr WfJb-m ulll m.
..r.., hu..t. iiitt iuai rt awa., chw
wlili llert I'arr. while Young Mooumi win an
hu we-rea elth Hobby llaoa.
An all atar beatwelKlit abo-,t, fexnu!M fonr
iwlendera !n tbU ditUion, wilt te bell at the
I'ionw Sf-rtint flib on Ww. rcrtr-fourfi
Htreet on Satunlxy nliht. It t a a:-lal ahow
and hai be arraeied for the purpoo f weeding
out the tnfirior hattim in an tlinilution tour
nanieiii. Joe On. the Miauri mant. will op
ix liirti.-y Mad.lrn. t'.e ivit a.o aspirant, and
Ik Ik-iere, lio re...ii' .muii.t jlm fiyon
trill faeo Jack Chfhe.1 v fltveupolu:. '
lJH,r,".'ih.a.r" cau,lne tha Inflammation
Immediately attacked and rhaaed out ,
.... iinmeHiateiy attacked and rhaaed out .
palii "'"lout inconvenience 01
Do not delay a minute, ao to your
drugglat and In. lit upon hla aunnlvin.
w W.uvrx .?', ?mD''' """
. npuiei in 24 houm you will fi
renew,,, . VoVVe 1 you
have cured youraelf. continue to tak. one
" J. 'Pulea each day n to k!?n
Vi'"-1"'".',". o""111""'' and ward off th?
if th,v0!!ofUnU? f "i"1"' refunded I
y. . no' ,,,lp ou- Aak for the
original Imported OOl.D MEDAL brand
Advt!' " ,,ttln,r
Omar Khayyam, whi scored, a sen
sntlonnl victory In tlio Kentucky
Derby last Saturday and who la con
sidered ono of tho best thrco-ycar
nlH in recent years, will bo sold at
Not only will V. K. G. Ullllngs Bell
all hit trot torn, ns announced yester
day, but ho'll nlso retlro from tho
running turf game, llo has decided
to dlMiolvu his racing partnership wlttt
l'icderick Johnson and all tho horaoa
In training will bo placed undor tlio
hammer. Tho string numbers sixteen
highly hrod horses, ,
Tho two-year-olds and broodmarea
owned Jointly hy -Messrs. Hillings and
Johnson will ho retained nnd may
form tho nucleus of another atablo.
Tho aalo will tako piaco at JJclmont
l'ark In Juno.
Tho Hotting stock now at Mr. DU
Ungs's Cuns Neck Farm, near nich
tnond. Va., will bo sold by the I aalo
Tipton Company at Madlsun Square
Garden on Juno C. and tho form ot
5,noo acres turned over to tbo United
.states Government for the uso of tn
army during tho period of tho war.
LONDON, MayTc Tho Government
has reconsidered Its decision regard
in tim future of flat racing and de
cided to mako substantial concessions
nnd allow tho uport to continue at
Newmarket. Tho "Now Derby" will bo
nir ou i SS 30 and tho "Now Oaks" on
Juno. 1. Hoth will li decided at tho first
uxtra meeting at Newmarket.
AL11ANY, May 16,-Judgments cort- .
vlrtlng Joepli Tortora and Morris i
Hoffman of NVw Vork of ylolat nc I
the law prohibiting bookmaklng
"without writing" on New ork raco ,
tracks have been sustained by the Courts, '
of Appeals without opinion. i
tvIpM9 for tlio handicaps on the
.ml dsv of tho United Hunts meet
Jiavo been announced, und they indicate
S itae .lay's sport at Helmonl l'ark Ter
minal Saturday, especial ' as the ra r,r
throuqh the Hold will Inoludo the JhaA.
Dion Timber Toppers' Cha In addition
to tho 8teeplochn.c handicaps. The vic
tory of Cherry Mnlotto last Saturday has
resulted In an Increaso of weight for
Mrs Payne Whitney's Jumper In thu
CJrent United Hunts .Steeplechase, and
the maro will havo to carry 156 pounds,
the same wolght accorded to Uonny
"addle. Mrs. U. U. McU-an'a great
r.lrla In AlliletlP Ornioiialrnllon.
Aiiut 100 clrls of tho Physical Train
ing Class of the Educations! Alltanco
on Hast nroadway will hold an athletlo
demonstration to-nlKht In IU' gymna
sium. Cloo competition Is expected In
each cvmt. ni tho girls have boon In
. ronetant training for this affair, which
Is the gida occasion of this kind held
by the class.
llurn OiiIihiIiii" l.rnoii.
I Frnnklo lliirns defeated Joe lonch at
' Ihc Plnneor 8, C. In ten round last
night after a hard contcit Uurns won
litrauiu of his torrltlc Inllfthtltig. Ho
had tho elongated west slder gasping
dm Inn tho kml three rounds becauso of
hid furious body attack. Joe succeeded
in t'li'pUnc minis in the fourth roud. a
foiiKhl a great battle at the Armory A.
A. lust night, and nt tho end of the
twelve rounds Dundee was declared the
winner, scorlnz his second vlrlnrv in
I mm eiiv over n
the early round
might land the
i dee n, couple
I times after thu punch landed.
HOW TO RECEIVE
SPORT LEGION MEDALS.
Hen-ice medals, to bo presented
to all mnmbers of tho Sporting
Legion, recruited by The Evonlnc
World, who are formally enrolled
In either the Naval Reserve or the
Twelfth New York Infantry, will
bo ready next week for distribution.
To facilitate tho sending of these
medals, whloh may be worn at all
times, legion members accepted In
the aforementioned branches of
service are requested to send their
names, addresses they named on
their legion enrollment blanks and
the address to whloh they wtsa
their medals sent.
Bond these communications te
sporting Legion Editor, Pulltxer
ErL","""",sllk" Harker Col
.1 t0 ..wcar loncer than n
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at any price a.l"w ? i.""
any "Lustro-silli" Co ar foimS
unaaitsfaetnry cu"r round
"V VnA Ml-'&M yt0 ':.
mly o.m: "laistre-filli,""" "
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tr.w i 'i-o A A
f.v re I tarkie A
in riiKKeu opponent. Ill acf
s It looked na If SlmlerJ,
honor.. Ho eaueht DunJri
of rlchts on the Jaw thaVJt
). but the hell rnncr tntaeV