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TKI EVENING WORLD. TUESDAY, AUOUIT 7, ltl7.
'ST. L0S SENDS
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BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
MANY STAR BOXERS READY TO DO THEIR
BIT TO SWELL ARMY ATHLETIC FUND.
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Jeanette Willing t Bn An
Heavy oight lr NoUm a
Hit Share Toward RAtung tc
Army Athlctfc Fund.
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Am Ier4 mlaing taw AMMT
atnucti' n m !
tevtt) tnir ! at In front wtlH
at Mm rqulmw
Jet JM, itt grati ha M-tit
t r h raa fwicht nil th boat
tnao In kit cIm and U ll'l In hU
jirltnr, awtaig lu bit len living,
write me a fallow
"I want ta nlil lh AllMV ATM
ant ia mn in AitMi a i ii
C Kl'M). I ili lt i mi r-undt
( any hryMght in h world
turn mr tmtirr share of the
er to the WSU Thn only
rendition I make In that my op
)enenl shall do likewta. 1 silggeat
Wlllard, 1'ulian, Morrl or Aloran,
and I rniiiiro mi lht nny one
of thesa four gentlemen will find
fclmaelf In a battle. II will be a fin
opportunity fur Wlllard to do hit bit.
Jf he perslal In drawing lha color
lint, then Fulton run toe th mark.
II can't draw a color line, a ba
recently fought Iangford. Aa for
Morris and Mornn, they bare been
rny pupils and ran hardly advance
a color Una claim In public any more
than thny did In private. Mornn ho
told several nort writer that ha
could atop roe. Let him make rood
JKANHTTB I fnmou for the num.
her of desperate bnttlea ha fought
with Ham I.angford, who nt hi
beat could nover conquer the New
Jersey flfhtor. Johmon fouKlit him
Ix rounds In Philadelphia, when
Jeanette was a. novice, and never
could be dragged Into a ring with
him again. Jeanette earned a de
clalon over the great Carpentler In
France. Ho In a remarkably clever
linear a HAIIP.nllll. f 1 1, h 1 , r ltAn
living, clean minded man, and his i
offer proven that ho I u patriot. !
It is now up to Wlllard. Kulton,
Morris or Mornn to show thnt put-1
rlotlsm so rar na ngmcra is con
cerned Is not confined to men of
The roanagera of the Manhattan.
A. C. offer their club as a battle
ground and will turn all receipts over
to the FUND.
Jeanette has recently returned to
th ring. In na good fighting form as
when he retired a coupto of yearn
ago, for lack of opponents. Since
coming out again ha has knocked out
the "Tango Kid," who had knockod
out big Jim Johnson, and has easily
beaten Andre Anderson.
A MONO the contributors to the
FUND Is Jack nrltton. He
It Is with pleasure that I in
close & check for S6 as a smnll
contribution to the AHM.Y AT1I
tiBTIC FUND. If n match can
fee arranged between Ted Kid
Lwls or any oUier leading wel
terweight and myself, I -will glad-
ly donate my 'end' to tlio above
FUND. Our boya in khaki aro
on rely deserving of a little pleas
ure at the closo of their dajly
toil, and .the least wo can do Is
10 provide them with tho various
atblotlc goods so dear to the
hearts of most men and boya.
Hhnll be only too glad to do any
thing to help this worthy cause
Hero is another practical patriot
ready to glvo the monoy h,e could
easily cam in mo ring ror nimneir,
llrltion U a milendld 'boxer and a
game lighting man. He recently lost
the welterweight title to Iewls, after
beating Uewls aoverei times. The
martrln between them la so alight
that It guarantees a bard. fought right
whenever they meat. Perhaps Lewis
will be aa generous aa Urltton. He
has done some great work In the same
line for the Canadians,
FIU5D WELSH; former lightweight
champion, sends his $:5, with a
similar letter. Like Briton,, he
Is wiling to fight or give a, boxing
exhibition for the FUND. In fact
ctfem whatever services can be of
use. He Is willing to glvo his time,
If desired, to training soldiers In box
lng, or to boxing for their pleasure.
A ND here Is ono from Jimmy
A Uuidrr, tho great old-timer:
"Tho age limit keep many of
us at home, though we arc still young,
My experience has proved that tho
boys must bo physicully tit to have
the best couruge unu ngniing spirit.
To help the good work along please
find Inclosed my check for K for the
FUND. With kindest wishes,
TIMMY MUrtPHY writes: "Having
Jreiurnea to jn. x. last wook irom
South America I have bcon read
ing your articles about athletics at
the front. I am willing to box any
boy at uny club and turn my end
rrver to the FUND. I would Ilka to
follow . Jack McAullfTe's suggestion
and become an Instructor In boxing,
I am ready to leave at uny tlmu.
JIMMY MUitl'H Y,
of Mouth America.
N'D here Is one from a friend of
athletics who la "doing his bit"
and deserves aa much credit us
If he had sent In a thousand dollars;
"Inclosed please find II for the
FUND. I would donate more, but
am sorry I can't at present, being
temporarily out of a job. you'll hear
from me again when I land one."
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AMBtSU.WS WARE car TAB OWTE fAoMeY
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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
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REQULT8 OF QAME8 YESTERDAY.
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C Fistic News John
Dill llrcnnan, tha big Chicago heavy
weight who has (cored so many knock
outs during the past year, bis latet
victim being Joe Cox, the Springfield
(Mo.) giant, In two rounds at Mon
treal last weak, will box Ilartltr Mad
den or tha weit side at tb I'louecr
Sporting Club to-night. Several wcaki
ago .Maddan knocked out Cox In five
rounds. In tho tan-round semi-final
Jca Moonty and Mike Hmlth will bat
tin for tha chance to box Johnny Dun
dee at tha iidib club.
At tilt uufea Hporttai CH, lUmnwli Hit.
Uai, UorUanr Bmch, ta nl!it. two ii tin bnt
local ll1twuiiu mill ranjitu for a rlukcct Xn
stl a crack at IW chuaUootlitp. Tb mala nt
alU Ulm Uscbtr 1-bll Ilium, tht ctack llnnk
bs l!r'K-riUit, ul JUum; Vultt, Xh (LrhUcf
IrUkanto of U mat aU. ltoUi ban ht'a tnlntd
filthfillj far Uw mau. la lha aolilaal bout,
But busdr vtll mri Joa Orbba.
Aoldlar IWitfteld, Ibt hard kitilles l(nliit
of Urooklm, aad I'raak Oartnna, Uat Umkj ItalUa
flcLiUr, altnaa arUcla of aai nxatl lo-daj calliuf
for Una tn mit In ID mala (a of Un rouruli
at Ux llruadwt; BiiorUsi C3ub of llrooalra on
Brt Btturiij nlsht. It stouU ot a aUaklnc
Tr4 KM tb mltaratliM chuuioa. alio
hat coadt onraUtrabU mont Uiat fmt at a rt
I'iM of hit niMnaroua vlctorltt, will add aowal
liiin-lnal oiort ooUara to hit tanLMl to-nlaht, at
bt It llltal U rot! Jlmior "llmrti" O'lltfan. tli
, j . . ..
Hall. Htnlufa. At Lnli bMt O'llacaa la a
bout In Uilt city a ft tnuuttu itj, tbt cbaacca
ti that bt ltl lutt lu traSilt doloi It ttlo,
Altwrt Ilxloud U nirtlr dvlm ronautaiblt fUlit-
lng tlota la vUcnl hUn'.f uodt Uw DinaM0t
of Wtlllt !-r1l. lla.kl harlni UUI4 llitll
Ctom lo lunl ttn round fiabla lu 1m tluui to
eXj it Kir Itnrtiwai, tla bit lrat'd Hadoud
to start Tomrny lUAwm, foraml of Uut clly
kut now of Mtldta, MtM., for txlit ruuudi at
tlx Oommanial A, C. of Ik. too ou att yridtjr
fltort Cban of iUltlmora ta mt Kchlorllht
aba d-xt nH Ml aa; tart of lUniijr bmnard't
ftrm. llr tart ba knuwt tint IWnjr U bit mat-
Irr aid for Uiat rram h U nrrw u,lfi to chtl
Imim liUu. ttuiwj. bowtirr. It rtailr bi flrht aiut
of tit olhar ll(1itilbtt ia.1 all) r 1 1 .000
Utt bt talt tium In a twi(, fiilno or taiutr
Italltn Jot (lint, (Ix ru and aimwltt n.
Urwriirbt of IlrooVlyn. tlrunl un to-.Ujp by
Jolai tVrfjuatittl for tnotbar tra round btUlt at
ttr llnxdMa; Mi-irllrw L'litb i ilm.M;n on tbt
nllit nf Am 11 WrUmantal U trl to lot
SoH lurtiltlu to nitN (itru tiriln, at tt, mrn
bair tlrmd; Ioibt too bard Ivuta at bit club.
IrUfl IViar t!liu uf Ulk ciu t. 4w. lu.
j p0iiok it trying to imw uitrb with nu;
imird for tht wirid'a iithtwrf.M un. .m
, 0r i it fint ttilt undtr i-oiiok't tu'iuiuuat
i (o iaut, ii iu ukt on rinnwr iki, iu
n Enod i!himihi. iur i.riit rouuia at tbt
Armor A. A. of llotlou, Uin; Varrall, lit
UatM W. U f.C.
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WualiKKa.liai Lmt. (lllulii
TO - DAY.
LMrolt (I N.w Twk.
CUtt Uad ! ItMtoa.
tit. LouU Hi W.ihlnlUn
Pollock and Gossip
taat tldt nilddlavrlibt, UI tarklt Jr Ecu of
boatao In Ut utber rwltr- round go,
Touns Itawtr, tht Iva! fbarifbt flbtuplosthlu
claimant, abo bu btxi dolm to aril In l'hlUdrl
t'bU of kt, hat PtMl tl(Md Dp for a bout of fit
tavn roumlt to a'drvltkm with httit riwn'r, Ibt
Ilaltliaort alar at tbt bill park In tbt littrr't
boat rlt; Anf. 15,
Tbt Buplr A. C. will otrn Aui. 27 unier tbt
Joint BMuamiMit of Dick Cuiltj md Jim lluck.
Uf. "ho btlprd to tniotr tbi rrrrnt hlhlj tu:-
orarful lonard-KltbtDt bout In Hilllj I'or tJi
oiwolns rtrd Holdlrr lltrtrirld vf Uronkljn and
Tal Lowla, arltrrwtlsht cbamiiion. "Ill bt tbt
Tbaunj ltoan. tbt llrxvkltn tfiUi. tni II Ik.
I'aubon of fit. rial hot Iwra natdinl U nwt In
a tinT rourvt bout to a d4!mi at tbt Nallooal'
A. O, of rrotUcnrt, TO, I., on Tnyndar twilni,
Ttwj will wntrb In at 143 rnnla at Om rtnt-dd.
ai aa bom art faint, Ullrol ngbttra, kt aerat)
ought to bt a rurtoua ont wUlt k latta.
Young Fulton, tht taat tldt flrbltr. tttnra to
nata hit om trouDwa nnkung a minapr. for an
oUwr on hil Jnt announra.1 Uat ht la emutb
lib hlan. Ial laMdi U (ha UtMt to out
lonat from him. I'M! rtalraa Kut bt lot fulton
go IwiiM b raruaal tn fViht 1Uiu; Adair afHr
ha bad laatctMd Bin alth Ilarntj.
IVddr linma, tht llkrb IWbtwalght nf rax
nookjLr. aari hla Injiirr-l arm h vU ag-itn and
that bt It hoobrt to lot AUta NVi at Arrnnt.
U I on xmuwar nigWi imrt H?ncr at Krtr.
port, I.. I., on lYIdtr algbl. ant li Juhtuon.
tbt oolorrd llgtitnlgbt, for trn niundi a I tbt liar
Una Kporttof CMi Iluonwli Slallm. Hock-
wajp lWb, un Aug, II.
"not" Itagltr, maiiaitr of Vlm Jrkon. tl
amaatlnnal llroni llglitimghl, li ali manigrt
llanar lalgtr,' rTtooh btntamr(g)it Mini
pluo, tustJalua about: tlx Im'Iii lanumntigh'a
rrnavlng to toi hla rltirr rmutimm, an haa
dtrldat to ttud hUa agtlnat Ui tivnirtch fntb
rrKTlgbta aud la road; tn uiatrh Ida) against
Uaorgt Cbtarj, rrankja lYoung) Urttt or John;
Towg Itrnwn, Uit rut tldt !itrtght woo
hat btld hit mm agilrat all H ttara of tht ring
rt!l boi Paul Doil, Ibt lad vlio bu rieultd a
furor In l'hlU.)UJil dill araaon Vi rNm of
hla il:tnif mc mz ! aa Pal Mnm, birn
bt biockol out lu tht main rit if irn rounda at
Uw ralnnoat A. C. on halnrlij night
Two gwl tn roiiM bouta hat lm trrantnt
rj Uatahinaktr Iwn Mctrl:. far U Anirtx
Hrorrtng Club TbnrtUr nUht In au rnwt t.
twto lightwolglioi, l"aiM) llimwt uf llr. Ui; and
Alllt Na.-k, tbt cWrr llruni llgbladglvt. will
rlah. whllt lu a wttlr of lnunn r'rankl Hil
(4 maim iian! kjhi imnii) ir.iMi ijm hugiLjl
Unuin, will aalng 1'oniti n (suii , y.tr.
Kline a "l Kolilrr 11 it a DrmT,
Jimmy Kane nnJ Willie Kohler
fought a teiuatlonHl draw t the Toik
Vine opuriina vim, nn.ni. c wua
one of the cievereti exhlhltlnns ever
wltneaaed at the club The lys wero
Immediately remulrhed to tin In two
wookb. in inu aeini-nuu
. i Y ' aulw of
nf the wet aide a
VorkvlUe also fought a fast draw.
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"It's About Time That Ball Players Realized That Buzzing
to the Umps Won't Get 'Em Anything but Anguish"
"One of the Toughsst Accomplishments in the
World Is Walking Backward in a Pair of Chinese
By Arthur rUugn") ttacr.
Copyright. Ill', br The I'rsis l'ibllhlnc Co (Tha New Vork UvmilnK Wutld.)
T'H OKTTINd to bo a tough Institution for conscientious objectors. The
birds who liavo comctentlous icruplti ngutnit war are bulng laltoj
away In the hooicgow. Some kind judge aends 'em iu far away In
live minutes that It takes 'eui live yean to get back llokeyg who have
oomclentloui objcctloni against work aro bulng packed up In legal camphor
and itored away (or the summer. Hill players who have coniclcatloui
objections against tha umpire's decisions generally havo their careen
cancelled for (Ivc or ten days and Inherit a flno of fifty Iron boys. It's
about time that players roallzed that buzzing to the umps won't get 'eru
unythlng but nngulih. Arguing with an ump Ii like making faces at th;
moon, llugbcy Jennlngi and bti F. 0. 1). Detroit birds were all Inoculated
up with conicleutlous objections against tho ump's theories, but that
didn't affect the result any tuoro than rain affects a mallard's spin-.
George- Mogrldge pitched and batted for tho Yanks, Moggy smacked out
two three baggers to his own amazement, which made It unanimous).
Uoorgo patted that ball right In the face ou one occasion and sent Ty Cobb
oft on a long ankle excursion. Ty retrieved tho pill all right and Moggy'
vest registered acute pride. Ain't every pitcher who can havo a $20,000
caddy to gyrate after his drives, Scoro, flvo to throe, due mostly to
Mogridge'a Influence at the bat.
DILL DONOVAN WA8N'T PRE8ENT, HAVING BEEN POST
PONED DY THE UMPS.
Ono of the toughest accomplishments In the world Is walking back
I ward In a pair of Chlneso slippers. AVo never lamped a bird who could
I nmble backward In a set of Mongolian boots without graduating from 'cm
Instantaneously. Touring to tho unr
not nny more tough than preventing
playoi.i can't stop 'em, but nine baliplaycrs and rain can make V m hrnltate,
and that's wluit happened yesterday. Only u fragment of the game wns
exhibited, as tho atmosphere became
Thru are vtaylng morning garnet In tht; International League.
Then they plan again in the afternoon. Don't know tchv thep icdtter
their punlthment that tcay, as you teould figure that the tpectatort
trould prefer taking their polton in one lump.
The Curds and IlobliiH got n neat
yesterday. Cheney hit had u good
tlmu and he pitched It yesterday. A
Inning sank hla boat. It was a good
the Itoblns are acclimated to accepting
Both tha Sox were worn out yesterday. Athletics and Cleveland
braced sufficiently to unravel both teams, so yesterday's results don't
affect tha race any more than lack of muslosl education prevent a
guy from playing In a jazz bsnd.
ir vt niter jonnxon is nil in. he
wiggled n mean elbow and had the
bumble, bees. They made a lot of
reeling rcmorseriii and won a gnme.
iusucji n ana eyB ni niter, wait
( Dust From
Tha Yankee and the Itoblm mar
meet In a post-aeason aeries at Bbbeta
field In Brooklyn tn the early part of
Octbero. Charlea H. Kbbets, part owner
of the Brooklyn Club, has abandoned
hope of his team's winning the Na
tional League pennant tfila year, and
Is now negotiating with Col, ItupperU
President of tho Yankee, for a aeries
of gains between the two clubs for
tho benefit of "Our Holdlrr Hoys'
Fund." If tho games ate played, the
clubs' share of the upolla will be pre
entea to mo runa.
A notice sent out by thu National
League states that Ihe aenlor urganlza
lion haa sponsored elsht boats in the
navy by giving to each a complete base
ball outfit. Tile eight boats ure the
Alcedo, Corola, Corona, Kmcllne. Uulne
vere. Atlantic. Itcmllk and Wanderer.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 7-A ),evy
thunderstorm Quickly drenehe.1 ne.l
larsl Kleld and drove thn (Hants aud
Matty's Hed to cover. The i.Un de
cended at tha beginning of tho second
Inning, with thn New York tetuu lending
by a score of 2 to 1. I'o! IVrillt
and big l'cto Schneider nrre th - oppos
Inr pitcher. In the tint inning He'iiog
lngled and scored when llennle Kuuff
hit for three bae. The litife out
llelder cioased Urn plain on Zimmer
man's afe hit. With the tllsnts ut the
bat In the second Inning the rain nurttd.
and lifter waiting twinty minmes Hill
llyron called the lrugKle ofl
CINCINNATI. Aim 7 I'niei v.r.
nett Kruener of the (limit a Ina been
claimed by the llrnoklyn ilub by the
waive route. He will Join the Iiodgera
to-rtay. 'i lie landing of Kreugrr for Ihe
I'odger probably means the rrltae o
Chief Meyers, whose work thm yeai
hat not been entirely satisfactory to
In Chink sandals Is tough work, but
tho Qlnnts from winning. Nine bull-
very looso In the second Inning,
exhibition of baseball off their chists
gnme lurking In his system for tome
couple of delayed wallops In tho last
game, but somebody has to lose and
wns nbarnt-m nded veatenlnv iu
IJnownn swinging llko a bear fighting
motions at thn plate, but Walter was
It wnt time, as every- time Griff
reels like send nr h i aalnrv tn lh.
Ebbets. To fill the club's quota of
twenty, two, the Olnnts hava engaged
as extra Infleldar James U Smith, who
was with the Toronto club this eaann,
but mads a free agent by that club,
A WATKrtl.OO. la.. Aug. 7. Th Cen
tral Association will close Its 1917 bnsa
ball seuann to-dy. lek of Internal
on the part nf the public caused the
Kort Todge team to withdraw yesterday,
nnd It was Judged ltnposlble to trans
fer the players to tuiother city. Ceunr
Rapids Wthdrow Inm week.
Rbbrtg field. Ilrool.hn thn liomn nr
Charles II Khhets' Dndcrrs, wan turned
over to the Union Printers' National
llascball League for a game between
the Hoaton printer and the typciettera
of New York, which the former aggre
gation won handily by the convincing
margin of 9 to I.
WESTERN JUNIOR GOLF
BIG FIELD OF STARS
CHICAGO, Aug. 7 An entry of
sixty-four players has been announced
for tho Weatem Junior Oolf Champion
ship, thn qualifying round of which III
be played to-morrow at llxmoor Coun
Anions the out-of-town entrants are
Frederick J. Wright Jr. of Albemarle, i "' Ihe long trip tinchaperoned. and
. , ...I , thu ruleS of the Amateur Athletic
Mass.. who Is reported to be one of thelfnlon will not permit hor to receive
best players In hli section; It Allen j expensn money for n travelling com
HaiKht of the MassspeqiiH Club. S'ew I P'"'""'
vorK, runnertip in tne i. intern intercni
leglnto Cliamploiuhlp, and II. II. Uion-
a". 'he.s'in the action SZto'TWirj', " J V' t Z'JSlll
Aaiancaarn, Dttreu, Vala'drdt. itf! obe. Adiu
NU0 VMU. H&WT
LtNli on AMY
Some One Should Be Called to Account
For Racing Inconsistencies at Spa
Startling i-'urm Reversals Dis-.
played by Geek and Eulogy ,
at Saratoga Meeting. I
liy Vincent Trcanor.
H.VltATOOA, N. Y., Aug. 7.
RACING nt Mr. Illchard T. 1VI1
rion's track here has nlwnys bad
thu reputation of being on the
up and up. Thnt Is to ssy, "raw" per
formances have been few and far be
tween Within thn liiHt two racing
days, however, two races have beon
run hero with u decidedly Iron Hill
flnvor. If you don't remember Iron
lilll, let us tell you that everything
went there. Form was at a discount
and they kept time with their feot,
without any official molestation.
On .Saturday there was an "Iron
Hill" rare here won by a horse named
Cleek. In his previous start he could
not beat u fat bull up a lane, lfe wbi
distanced, uh they say In trotting
On Sal in day he ran as If trans
formed overnight Into a stake horse.
Of (ouise' hu didn't beat anything
north while, but he won so imprest
ivelv that bo revived niemcirlex nf tint
days when "ringers" were common.
lie didn't seem the same horse, Thtre
wasn't an official peep about Cleek or
either of his races. In the old days
the stewards would have tnkemin tho
sheets and found out the beneficiaries
or tun form reversal.
Yesterday thero was another such
race, und If tho owners of the four-year-old
filly named Rulogy had fis
ured In ndvanco that they could mi,:
off the Cleek stunt and get away
wun h. tncy couiun l oo uiameu. j-:n
logy couldn't run more than five fur
longs In his last race. At that point
he cloned up like ft Jack knife and
finished nowhere. Yesterday Eulogy
couldn't havo had moro speed If ho
had swallowed n dozon speed pellets
and Ixicn equipped with an electrical
saddle. Ho just made his company In
the Krhe ncctady hnndlcap look fooll.ih.
Tho further ho went, tho bigger the
gap betwoen him and the second horse
became, and mind you the second
C News of Sports
With a card of 74 for the morning
round and 7s later In the day, John
O. Anderson, formerly Massachusetts
State champion and twice runner-up
for the national amateur title, led the
field over the links of the Dunwoodle
Country Club In the first half of the
evtnty-two hole medal play for the
New York Press golf championship.
Anderson also won the prize offered
for thn player making low gross score
In the morning round, His handicap
of three atrokea brought him In with a
net of 71.
KOI.'THAJH'TOnT-N. Y , Aug 7.
Hanking lawn tennis star played
hookey, due to th strain and fatigue
of too active competition, and failed
lo appear for tho scheduled Invitation
tournament on the turf courts of the
Meadow Club. John R. fltrachan of
California, Harold A, Throckmorton,
Kredertck C. Alexander, Lyle Mohan,
Frederick C. Inmsn, H. Howard Vohell.
the nnttonnt Indoor champion, and the
limited number of others did not ar
rive until last night.
Ml Olga- Dorfner of Philadelphia,
holder of .several women's swimming
mcorda in the sprints, will not go to
llsnall to compato tn the national out
iloor swimming championship, Ml.u
Donncr a parents do not desire ner lo
' Wlllltinci:, Mass.. Aug. 7 -Tho
lluiv.ird Athletic Association will not
oiimlnatK cross country running and
soccer football from ins mi oi tail
iinmi, hut contests will be arranged
lllit Cbarlotta Uoyl of tha National
'AT KWt TlMG 4 .
Kirn Itaee Ulvtrslun, Tranb),
Second Iluce 81. Charlotte. Socony,
Third Itace (loldfn Clow. Ceorxe
l-'ourtii ltace OKI Itogebild. Itoam
Klftli itnce Monomoy. Sir William
.Sixth lUce Smoky Lamp, So Long
Ietty. Itoso d'Orr.
horse, Aldobaran, was i
This horse's race r.iitnot be nltrlb-
uted lo ii change nf Jncknys, for Con- ,
nony rotio mm in both races, if some
one isn't called to account for such I
racing inconsistencies, almost uny ,
methods may soon become popular
among the sure thing brand of owners ,
and trainers who, as sportsmen, are
sailing tiiuifr raise pretenses.
stake hor,e in a seiiingTace. this' wS
one. IU won laughing from start to
finish, hut when put up for auction,
W. II. Maker, a Western owner nnii,
n good Judge of homo flesh, by the
natter ran the horse up to
$3,000 more than Weir wnnM
the public believe the rolt wils wnrth.
The customary S5 bid from Weir
saved Jack Hare Jr. Just In time, for
It is understood that Orover Maker
had come on the scene prepared to
Vtrry the colt to JIO.OUO It looks na
If Jack Hare had won his last race
ns a selling plater
Corn Tassel gave an exhibition of
muiuog gamcness in winning the
Glens Kalis high weight handicap
from High Noon. Johnny MeTag
gart rodo one of his good races on
the Wilson colt, saved ground In a
patient way throughout and timed
hO move perfectly In the last eighth
of a mile when tho weight began to
tell on High Noon.
The tlmn of the race was 1 13 2-6.
but It was a long time before tho
apeotutors know It. Ancient Matt
Allen, tho kid glove trainer of the
olden days, first hung out 1.01 for
Told in Shorts)
Women's Llfesavlng Leagua was thn
oWa".?,' 'he, Sf.nerT,Mmeet
or bplasn Week, a series of A a it
water carnival, under the supervision
Sl..th5 .mu.n,,clp,?1 thorltl?s. com"
ft VinB I" the ""lucrs Street Publle
Jlath, the won both the event, fn?
women, taking a 40-yard scratch baeSr
stroke race In 3D 3-6 seconds then
capturing a 60-vard fre'-styie'.iim1!
mlng handicap In 3: teconrt.
RECORD PURSE HUNG UP FOR
OLDFIELD-DE PALMA RACE.
Manager William H. Waiim.n
nounced to-day that he hss hung up
M '. E m ''U0B fr the auto,
mobile match race between n.f oi.i.
field, the world's speed king, and Ilalph
Oe Palma. his clotett rival, to n.
tested baturday. Aug. 18, on the Sheept
head Day Speedway. Three races at
fifty, thirty and twenty miles will be
contested over the two-mlla circular
course, which Is declared to be the best
aum iraca; in tne country
Moth Oldfleld and De Palma h... a..
dared themselves In the hunt for the
world's record at ench of the thren HU.
tancea. It la believed that tho winner
will have to average close to two ratios
a minute In order to carry oft the major
portion oi tne uig prize. Oldfleld says
that hit latett racing creation, the
"Speed Mug." Is cspable of attaining
close to 130 miles an hour, and he will
mako an effort to hit this lnciedlhle
tpeed on the straightaway.
I.oniinn nreaua llnml on I.eTlntliy,
jacK London, who subttltuted for
Mob Ilevere, was forced to stop In tho
fourth round of hit bout with Battling
Ivlnaky. when he hurt his hand, at
inn DuiHBir jfcbuivuw .iud. jirooaiyn.
l-rank Weir, trainer of JurU ll.-ira
Jr. got nunc trtpplng-up when he ; lho "rack awa'v from VS in,v,n J?7
tried tn drop the colt In a selling w lunin. rTnrf f h?r?i.h.,n th8 flMt.
race at an entered selling price orVJntLntiv nti7ot
in nrui if .v. ii,..,. .ii. ...i i '-nasing me speedy Ilutler horse. Pan
T Wn Aoiatiii -t tha A
A I h4 ! M i0-nt imir af
I'asmai na W r M n,r
nknsn of H Hntrala rmmlt-
a M f tirtui'A trip thmifR h(
Baal tary'i tMtta ' i ift )
I 4 ' ililag ramp!- tri flasaHal
, ! aaial rmar ta irfaiii rnrraalna
f ratal ty War lrfrlmnl n thlf
af ilw AHtr AihlHre I nln IrarW
aaxt lM4 rfn4ati ohi'h will
tsk Ur at lh WsMngon tnl
vr-rsMf Hi(ium in rH Iohis, on Abg
l HH I and rtl i
try U making Ihr Irlp aa rrrraaan
ltl of tha Chaiittwr et 1'oinmrrca. an
al Ilia Dir. InillluttotK vfhloh
rt in In aa-
a undrrrttfi for mm la lh at-
Unl f U.ln. Utarutlvt of lh Cham
ltr of CmuwMca aJ Inlltr4 In lha
Kama aixl df4iu of 4vrlUlnr than
nlrnlni- a txlii' Tli" llinrrary
til luH-vf't If p will Inaluda Nrw Vara,
, iliuburch, AVurelr. Ilottoa m4
' WhUn In Whlntim h will rensult
Hi war Iirtmmt rrgardlng lha po.
alUr unilrlialUiii In Ilia naUnnal Strata
of all allil'trt who arr now rnsaod In
I Ilia rlotii liranrb of lha Uorartimant
itnkf If Die itMNUtlllfiit such
illiMt-a a Marrdltli, N'wiftlr ana
flcntl. union olfir will ba abla lo
I parforin at Ihr nitat. Willi In U'atlilnc
l ln lurry )1 UImi if ronll- ritrnd an
limitation lo llir I'raildrnt or his rapra.
rnttlva to aildrrsa the aittinbly al
In Naa' York Ilia Metropolitan Aao
rlatlon Mill hold Ilia dial rlct champion
rhlpi t Oltlr rajk. Aug. ii. end tha
Vtoerrit will be uiH In nj athlltas
lo thr national champlonthlp.
Decided "Iron Hill" Flavor to
Two Events at R. T. Wil
six furlongs. Tlis crowd gasped as
they figured they had seen a record
breaking performance. Allen slowly
'' his mistake and hung out J.M.
Once again the crowd rubbed Its eyes
In Its amazement and Matt made
another correction, This time he
hung out 1.03. but the crowd saw
the humorous side of It then. Finally
Mr. Allen dropped In tho figure 1.1 J.
When everybody was on his or her
way to the paddock Old Matt added
thn fraction !-C,
Weight will stop a train and weight'
stopped Pan Zareta, tha pearl
'"are of seventy-six victories, Mr.
Vosburgh asked her to carry Hi
pounds n Ulon Kalis Handicap yes-
1. 11 simpiy couidn t do it.
ii nno nan oren aDio to jump off In
front "Urt things might have
fhta imtThe taVw too?1
Jn'J aft0t(, tl'f. t.n' 'k.hw .fl?fi an5
finished fifth elfhth 'n1
fd T'fth- .
L Athletic Notes
The Irish-American A. C. will havi'
to make strenuous efforts If It wishes
to keep the few good athletes still regis-
tereuo under Its colors. Pat McDonalib.
former national shotmit rhnmninn.
' who wrn on the point of transferring
""""""'a J"l Wfore I. J, Con.
way, President of the club, announced
that It would return to active com-
petition, has virtually determined to
draw out and when he goes he will be
followed by Pat Hyan, holder of tht
world a record for the hammer throw.
Joe Hlggins, the New England middle
distance champion, who Joined the club
In the spring. Is the only star athltta
whote loyalty to the Wing Fltt hat not
been shaken, Hlggins plans to stick to
th,c,ulJ. unlU dU1s definitely
J'-hhi ,1,',n1t0 Co on with athletlca
gather p out Jt0
The i lUty-flrtt annual games of tha
New York Ca edonlan Club will ba held
at Junlp.r Park. U 1.7 on Labor Day
The meet h uPUr tha direction oi
, , , union, ana ther
will be no profettlonal race. The card
comprises nine events.
Iteientmant la ratalna. '.i..
Amateur Athletic) Union for Its strict
enforcement of the rule requiring sold,
lers and sailors compatlng In a meet
surh as the mllltarv rsmea h.
York A. A. latt week, to retrliter
anialeur athletct. Borne charge that
the A, A. U. Is hunrry for every pnnv
It can get and therefor will not changa
Its rulo as long as It can collect 16 cants
from each roan registering. Thit crltl
cltm Is unjutt. but It does not. relieve
tho A. A. VI. of the charge or short.
tlgnteanets in these days when Unci
Ham Is not Inquiring Into a man's
nmateur standing before ttndlng him to
STANDI NQ OF THE CLUBS.
Oas. W. L. P.C.
lTsr'ear.t2 41 Mi
Nark..,M 41 411
UalUmara.tO as 471
1rBt...l 41 470
Hotktl.r4l) 7 .UT
uarr.lt... 41 (1 ,4X0
MonUaat.41 17 lu
Dalttmora, ItschMtar, .
Toraatr, 7; Montreal, I. 1st rm,
TMoata,lliMatraal,2. U Oam.
Illrhmond, 9 DuOalo, 4.
OAME8 TO. DAY,
MaaUnal at Newark,
lUxheaUr at lUlttmarn.
Iluffalo at Blchmoad.
Taranlt k I'raTldkoca.
T,Mrt7iiMo,,Jtr.!'irtln Qub. K. n
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