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|gfr Defeats Bull in Feature Match of National Squash Tennis Handicap Tournament
Over R. Burt
0J(fe and Baker Reach ?
Rouiul Before Semi-Final;
Cincinnati Man Defaults
By Fred Hawthorne
The feature of the day yesterday
^terreen in the playing of the na
j;oo?l sQuiish tennis handicap tourna?
ment, on the courts of the Columbia
ra-.vers ty flub, was the defeat of
Charles M. Bull jr.. of the Squash Club,
by A. K. Ells, of the Harvard Club.
glls, handicapped at minus 8, con
t-jorcci Bull by th?. score of 18 .'. 1'? ,5
?n the third round of the tourney. Bull
was playing front the low handicap
mark of minus 10, and although he
made a empt to stave . ft' de?
feat the advantage held by Elis was too
A. J Cordier, of the Yale Club, the
on?v other man in the tournament
handicapped :.' the same low mark a?
Bu.l, w?s a^e to w'n ^ia third round
ir.atch. eliminating K. Burt. of the Co?
lumba Club (plus 4), by a score of
15?10. 15 6, m a match that fairly
icintiUated with brilliaitt playing by
the Yale star.
E. C. Olds (minus 11. of the Prince?
ton Cub. and Dom r scratch),
of the Vu'.e Club, were the on'y two
men to reach oui nto the round befon
the semi !ini '- ' s gained ] h k<?1
by '.he default of 3? De G. Vanderbi t,
of Cincinnati, while Baker came throu *
by vanquishing G. Taj or of Columbia,
by a score of 15?11, 15- 12.
Buil, who has long been one of
?he pro."' nei I '? gur s n ti e squash
courts of this city, and is regarded a:
smctiir the very best of the Ec I .
players, ???? * ly viewed as a
likely r ? . ' igainst l rdier on
Tuesday this t urnament. His
.vc?rk r : ts been
?and aithou : ' | i a ittle -2;.
practice, he was improving with each
;iay of play.
Bat ia Ells Bull was meeting a
;lsyer of exp rience and sis '!, ai d the
seven points ifferei re in tl
-aps provide too big an ob U
the Squash ' ub p ayer to ivercome
Koth mer. were keyed up for a keer
?rrugple, and those who sat above th
? ??? it; th< gallery witnessed man
?tirring ral es with the oppi
rs i"" '".2" the ball with great
pace" n'ra -' from th ? start.
Bull - thi :?: ore res - re? f
- racemei I nd some or' ; terrine
- ves - ?' r -.'y : g ;-?;? ab ve the I
.le, earned him aces as Ells 51 r ?<
desperate 5 to get his n
position. But tl e Harvard m; n s!
?? his r ns with commendab'e zeal
und brought off some shots of his own
1 the corners and along the side
alls tl ? rni I I m bursts of ap?
plause from the speer;:! r*
After ;; furious str ggle, durii :
?' ? ? bay; I ?:?????? el iroui
rourt vvil lightning - Is took
: ning gan e ai ' 1 and tin
- ar! : d with :?. rush aft r tl
s game improved. ;;rd Bull was
ble to crawl up on ?.-ven t"rms,
thougl he never let up in his at
tie up the maten, B->th men
- d a:: ovation as they
r the ti d of tire match.
?er, starting each gnme a full
. pointa bel ind Burt, played with such
I en pace and such mas'c-i ;
i- his opening cleverly, I I ?
bia man was overwhelmed from
e start and succumbed in straight
v ? 15 10 15.6. Cordiei w,is
I over the cou. ng th? ba
r.. ? and never
? ? . at i 11 to do.
F. S. K? t< r, the < 1 1 j: ia veteran,
: ad the sati faction of defeatii 2 <-;':<- ''
the younger players, also a C m
graduate, when ne defeated R. V.
Manor, by a scor ? of 15?10, 15?9.
Both were rated at scratch, so it was
purely a case of relative skill. Mah?n
*vas faster in covering I is co irt, bn
Kee'.er more than mad.? up for :
11s Beautiful placing and cunning
?har.ge of pace. ,
Olds, befi i e get! a tl et ult from
mdei r he four rou . mi I
i d' \ ? ? hed -; ( U Idron, if
' ?onte . r p -.--.:?? ur.d
y .--. re? ' - ; ? 15 3, 15 ' Baki r, in
gaining his p'ace in the round i ? foi
,:' sem .!, pu: out Taylor, of C -
lumbia, by ; >c?re of 15?11, 1" 12,
f?nd he may prove a hard man I
in thy fight to gain the semi-fina.
The fourth round is ec^duled to be
completed to-day; the fifth on to?
morrow; the semi-final on Monday,
and 'i,f- finel on Ttifsdnv.
Ttif, c ii ->-. rr? r r I ? ? follow:
Third round?R. O Onhurn. Hnrvard
'minus 2), ri<r?-a!.-l J. Tun ? ? I i ;
phis ' ? ?: - 15 -' ' - A r. Ell ?? Far
Kr?! (minus 3), di feat? d 'harlos M P, ill
r. S ? ? 'liib I -..??is 10), IB?9
"Mil :' ???.)?? r. t -, (plus I .:? * :??? 1
?'?" A ?a B V ?? i) ! ??. ' i. 16
5 S ?: c. Olds Prlii' el ?" (m'nus ! i
!efe?te I .: C \\ aldn n Vtontclal (i
- , T. Cro^iw ? II ;-.?,.' -a i plua
?'? I J A VI r -. Vale, (r
' ? ' r 2 . H \V r'arhart, V
feat? t l: Room?, V ??' ? ' ?1(1 N r 7
IT-? .. 1-2 H K< ?r.-r. Colui bia (scratch),
? .; K V Mahoi (scrat-h), ; 10,
A.. J. Cordier. Yal
R. Burt, C' lumb II 10
Fourth renn?! ? B C Olds won
De O V'andi rbllt Princi
tefault ! i n Bak< r, Val? (scratch) <??
feate<l Cl Taylo?, Columbia (plus 2), 12 ?
11. 16? .22
Swimmer I nder Knife
NEW BRUNSWICK, Dec. 19. Ci p
'?in Paul Lukens, of the Rutgei
m m g team, was operated on to-da\ for
appendicitis at his 01 e in Ranway.
?<? was the Rutgers star in the 60
yard and relay
New Orleans Entries
First raco (three-yeai olds ? :
w?r cia|n .. . purse J500 sis furl -, -
r-x.My Oracle, 101 xRd lie McJ I
1 , 'oily rial lo '??., 10!!; -Ju;.
Jita HI, io(, Onery ?06; Lady Lon?
Wllow, 106; jcKlnglinK II (Imp ), 107;
s. 109; Al PI. 100; Don
L."'" '?i"' K rut lea crib. 112 Durward
?oben?, n;; Pilsen. 112. Also eli?dble
,"?"'' lri?i r- Spolcani Queen, IPO, Safra
nor? 10?; Mi ddl 1 .: Miss, IOC
,s- ' ?? 1 ra ? threi ai -olds 1 n?l upward;
eialmlnn pur?< J500 six rurlon^s) -
ceito. 104: Poilu, 104; Converse, 101 Trust,
?0; Portlight, DO; >i???n Tromp 114.
Third ra ? (tw year-olda; claiming; flv?
*i' h lu,!' furlansTM) -xOlamond Ilrl, 103;
?a?fj-srrana '? ' '? . Sw, ? | ; Iberty, 106 xl.ady
? ? " ?'?? l" ? ? Swtrl 10 1 N ? nah 10! .
''; "? ' ' v ' Sugar Mint, 111 : R ibby
,? ' '? ? ? -2 ; 81 : , [11,112; Who Car? s,
^?> ?urth race (three-year-olds and up
? ??? ? purs? ?600; mil and a
.... ?? Baby Sister,
;/"? ?Cal . : piuvlada l< 2 vV ir ? :
S?r' ?? ' >'a :-. Reevi B 10 xAlh? na 107
"? H. Bui'knvr. 108; Statlm, 10S; P. O.
ft?*. Ill 2 i? Pin, ,12; B ibblins Louder,
ilz '?*>? ?"? P! asonl m, 1 1 : Dancer, 1 13.
Kir-i, r8ce . ( , , Qran 1 |sl., Hanrtl
?*P? purse. $700; mile and n ?ixt.-enth >
?on? Kong, 100; Grey Bagli Uinp.),
?Ji. Uamecock, IOS: ?San Ood, 103; Pre?
vious in, Breeee, 120.
.,*.l;tt,h ?"ice (l*rt>e-year-olds and upward:
??"'ilngr purse, ?500. ?- fie and ? slx
g?nth) xOeorire Muehlbach, 97; xMayor
8f7ln.iT; ?Alma B.. 110; xComache
.*??>. xJohn Burl?-, 103. Malice, 105; Cadll
pL,; ,'2? Boxei ?.-,, utile String, 10S;
?n?la?ki. 108; Ooldcre? Boy, 111; Aide
,''?'",' -' Kin? Neptun?, 118; Thiatli
"??u. 112; Dragon Rock, 11:1.
Srv.i?l, ra,;,, (Hn-ae-year-olda and up
Zll L cl"l-!iirug ; pura?, $600; mil? and an
t,i''uh;-Mnt"*i. lOj; utile Cottage, 109;
li.!',.1091 Kenward, 109; xBiowmo Mc
*A*?raatio? ?Bowanc? claimed.
y URCE views of the dramatic CarpenUcr-Beckett fight. On the left Carpentier is shown in the act of delivering a left jab, the blow with which he dazed and bewildered the stolid and sluggish
bnton n the center 13 shown the actual knockout. Carpentier stands in the cenier of the rins looking down upon his prostrate opponent. Beckett was hard hit. His muscle? are stiffened
and he ,8 plainly out. I he high lights on his mahogany colored body show how taut the muscles lave been drawn. From the expression of his face Carpentier evidently is convinced that his
opponent will not rise again, and he seems to be weighing the results of his triumph. In this picture the French Poilu champion, instead of looking frail and pastey. as he has been described,
looms up like a real heavyweight On the right Carpentier is trying to assist his bulky victim to his chair. The task is too much for the Frenchman, and one of Beckett's seconds is aiding Car?
penter to carry Beckett. Prom the expression on the Englishman's face it can be seen that he is still "out" from the effects of the terrific right which Carpentier shot home on his jaw.
?zzy Has Political Prospects]
Gets New Ideas After Notable Public Function. \
By W. O. McGeehan
1/izy Kaplan was a trille flushed and incoherent as he came into the!
sporting department. He deposited 1rs ouija board on a desk and beside1
't placed a basket containi, a six kittens.
"I pot to admit it, said Izzy. "I am chust the least bit snikker, ;
but it is all en account the unveiling of Willie Macbeth. But ? pot it a
3 ] - isition with these six smallish cats. You .shouldn't
rupt me because ? got to begin at the commencement or I couldn't
"What have you done to Willie Macbeth?" demanded the sporting
. editor sternly.
"1 told you that we held a public unveiling for Willie Macbeth and
he is now one.of us," replied Izzy. "He is now an American citizen.
Me and Mee Koenig tein and Mike Casey and a couple more old-time
Americans went with him by the courthouse, which the judge is a friend ;
of mine, and we was the witnesses. The judge gave it to Willie Mac-1
last i ..n rs and we all went out for the celebrating.
"Wh< r, we got outside we met Chack Doyle, which he runs it a pool
: I him that Willie Macbeth was now one of the stars
ai d stripes. S h: k said, 'You better come up to my place and have
the ; ?ii?' c ??????? r.g.' At first I don't get him, but he explanationed me
? he.: when a Scottish feller denounces his reliegance and leaves the King
Ia1 tl ... it is a customary ?deer that they take off his kilts with a lot of
! sermon ies.
"So Willie Macbeth said that he didn't care how sore the King would
be about it and that he might a3 well hear the worst as not, so we all
went up to Chack Doyle's pooling parlors. All the gang was there. Chack
wanted to get a ? olitician to pull the string for the unveiling, but Willie
t :t must be a nor.-poiitical affair or he wouldn't permit
o !?? unveil 1 in public.
"Rii g L? rdneck, the Saturday Night Post writer, was there, on
account him not being a regular writer and only working once a week.
He was singing a quartet again, so Chack Doyle called him over for the
: sermonies. First the quartet sang, 'God Help the King.' Everybody had
off their hats and it was verv solemn. Then Chack Dovle got it a knife
and cui the string so that Willie Macbeth's kilts fell down to the floor.
Everybody sang 'The Star Spingle Benner.' That was the sermonies,
1 and it was really a very high toned affair.
Pays Rent When lie Has It
?When it was over they called Willie Macbeth that he should make
it a speech. He said, 'Chentlemen, I am proud to pay Polish tax and
ren1 great and free country when I got it. 'Give me a hold of
' - tale till 1 twist it once. We licked them at Bunkcrstein's Hill
: ?vi ! ck< 1 them at the Battle of Gettysburger, or was it Wurtsburger.
Chentlemen, the king?1 mean vhc President?God bless him? Cheero,
"I laid a couple more drinks, then I left on account I had it a busi?
ness engagement at the Internationalish Sporting Club of New York.
You know that's a high toned club, which is going to hold box fighting
next year, and every customer at the club has got to wear it a full dress
on the nights of the tight. I want to see some of the high up men in
;he dub so that 1 could get it the privilege of renting the high hats and
I he dress mi ts, on account I already got it the backing from Moe Koenig
"< bust when I was going into the clubhouse I got it a bigger ideer
when I seen it this besket of smallish cats. You seen it in the paper
that a couple of cats is holding down political jobs on the city payroll?
Well, here is the ideer. I am going to get into politics. I am organizing
, the cats of New York into club, which they should be like Tommaney's
Hall and 1 should be the big boss. In every district I should have it a
<. ats' Democratic Club. It will be a big organization.
"i don't know how much the cats get paid, but if I get a small per
cent from each cat it would amount to something. Then after I get all
my cats in chobs I should get it a bill passed for more money for cats
: on account the high cost of liver, which everybody is talking about. It
looks like a bip business deal to me, and I am asking you that ycu should
keep the smailish cats here for me while I go up to Tommaney's Hall and
show them who is boss of this city. Also you should write it a piece
,ii the paper for all people whathas got cats to meet with Izzy Kaplan
president of the Democratical Cats Association, for the purpose to
"All right, then, I'll take my smallish cats out of here if you told
me to. You got it a cool heart anyhow, that you should chase the little
: kitties out in ihe snow. But don't come around to Boss Kaplan for anv
. favors when I tind chobs for these cats, because you wouldn't get it."
jZbyszko Meets Strainbull i
In Mat Bout To-night I
A wrestling show will be held to
night at the armory of the 1st Field |
Hospital, Now York Guard, 56 West
Sixty-sixth Street, under the direction
of Mn.'or J. Franklin Dunseith. Three
finish^ matches between leading mat
artists of three different divisions will
i be d: cided, in addition to which there
! will b? 'wo handicap matches
In the main event Wladek Zbyszko
will tackle George Strambull, the "Ser?
bian Giant," who will make his first
appearance before a metropolitan audi?
ence, although he has engaged in sev?
eral contests in other cities with con?
siderable success. The semi-final will
bring into action Mike Nestor and Mike
Barrett, of Detroit. Barrett insisted
that tills match should go to a finish
In the other finish match Joe Pinmbo
will meet Steve Stasiak, of Chicago.
Carpentier Aids Poor
FARIS, Dec. 19.?Georges Carpentier,
heavyweight champion of Europe, to
! day gave the Prefect of Police 25,000
| francs tot be distributed among tha
| city's poor on Christmas. "
H. Levine Wins Third
Billiard Game in Row I
Harry Levine, a Brooklyn entrant reg?
istered his tl ird consecutive victory
when he odwned Alfredo De ro jr. in
one of the ni, ht games of the New ?
York State three-cushion billiard c! am
pionship tourney at the National Rec
reaction Academy, Brooklyn yesterday.
Tie victor completed his string in
sixty-three innings. The core was 30
De Oro fared better in an afternoon
match, when e vanquish d S. B. Bur
dett by a count of 30 to 2-1 in sixty
innings. De Oro led at all stages. In
the first game of the evening matches
Burdett accounted for the mo t decisive
victory of the tourney thus far when
i.e de eated it. J. Mishler, 30 to 1-1, in
sixty innings. Burdett had two counts
of four caroms and five run.-; o. two
?luring his display ol" consistent play?
In the first afternoon "ame William
Flinn defeated II. L. Turk 30 to 27.
Martin Victor in a ??nintl
BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Dec. 19 ?
i'oh Martin. heav< ?.v? lit champ on of
the Ana ri( U!l !.'.; 'dit < rrrrr y I r( C .s.
scored a technical knockout over Bill
Bresnahan of Can p ( ust? r in the first
round at Camp Cu ter t i-day. Bresna?
han failed to come out of h.s corner fur
the second round.
First race ffor three-year-olds and up
war-'! ; maidens: ela ng pursi '" 00 one
mili imil ?evenly yar si The Gallant, 1 10
(Ooltili Ui), ' t?p : rr r , : and out, won ;
Ju'itre Davis, 1 (Robins'- n . ?., -, ?_ , , i
.?i??i even m n Kevoltil 112 i K? l
.-???:? I. : lo 1, 'en an . tu , third Time,
1:4? 2-5. ('aval a nui I I Pranl M-iti v
Cor mi In I Is A! . La y Wal
dei It, i ir hid K ne ? nd Urn II ? T ai ? ran
Second i ace (foi : hn ?? y? li olds and
upward; claiming; pursi '? six fur?
longs)? lna Kay, 102 (Coltlletti), I to 5,
il t?. 4 and oui. won; Humma, 115 (Luns
I ford I, 7 to 1, 2 to 1 and . ?-?? n. secund ;
Sybil, 107 (Pltz), 7 tu 1, 2 lo 1 an?', ?ven.
third. Time, 1:13 3-5. Tiarjan, Duke of
Devonshire, Quartette, Prince Douglas,
"ranees Starr. I'hrone Ward, Merry Lass,
Vision and Meddling Miss als.? ran.
Third race (two year-olds; claiming;
purse $50n? five and a half furlongs) ?
Cal.a:?ia, 112 (AmbroseJ S lo 1. r; t.? 1 an?)
fc t- 5, won; Viva Cuba. 112 IMory?), 10
to 1, ?? to I and 2 to 1, second; Miss 1'ar
iiHl. 10 1 i Boj i ), 5 to 1, 2 to l and evi n,
r; : i Tl ? . r 08. I!- a is 1 \\ In, Canci?n,
Valley I'arlt Maid, Dandy Van, l?..uble Van,
1 . ami l.i: ! le Sa n ly also ran.
Fourth race (i three-yr ai olds and
upward . clai Ing ; puj se 1 iiOO; six fur
, ?ngs ? Blllic B., 1 r?? i Mooney i. ?, tp 5,
2 to 2 and out ? m M n ph; 110 ( !'.? b
Insou), -l t?? I, 8 to .2 air.; 2 lo 5, second;
M? ?lusa. ]i)7 (Buxlon), 16 to 1, ;, to I and
2 t?? 1. third rime, 1:1-11 Eul
Bonstelle, Hidden ,Kw?l and Broimer also
Fifth ra?'? (Arcadia Purse; for a!l acs
purse $700; s;x furioni Arnold, 113
(Butwell), r; to 2 and out, won; Bon
? Troiiip, 107 ' Robinson), V to 1, G to 5 an I
out, second. Enmity, 11' (1 un ford I, ?5
to 1, 2 to I '-rid -i to 5, t lilr i 'i line, 1:13
Troltus, Tenons Bon and Heavy Weapon
I Sixth race (for three-year-olds; claim?
ing; purse ; ' ' " un, tullo and a sixteenth)
?Toddler, 107 (Wida), .". to 1, '? t 5 and
8 to ?, won; Frank Shannon, 112 (Colti
I letti), 2 t?i 1, ?) I?? ;? and 2 to d, second;
Counterbalance, 117 (Garner), S to 1, 3 to
II and 0 to 5, third. Time, l:4S 1-5. Fairy
Prince, Indian Spring, Verity, Willlgan
i an?l Discoid also ran.
Seventh race Cu: four-year-olds and
! upward; claiming pursi f600; one mile
and Hit ? e-sixte< nths)- Capl Ho igi . 11"
(Glass), -1 t?. 1, 8 to 5 ; . i 7 !?? 10, won .
Kentucky Boy, 101 (Canfield) 12 to 1, 5
to 1 and 5 lo 2. second; Capital City, lou
(Coltiletti), 3 to 1, ?? ti 5 and 3 to 5,
third. Time, 2 0' 1 5. i :hick Barkley,
Waterproof, Dragon Rock, Will Do and
i Sophia Gatewood also ran
First race (six furlongs foi maiden 3
year-olds; claiming; purse J609)?-?Red,
102; ?Dlone 10: ?Laurel, 102 ?Brer
Fox, 103, ?Chansonette II, 103 ?Rameau,
10".-. Clip, 110; Gilder, 110; Ponnerene, 110;
Second race (six furlongs, for 2-year-olds |
and upward; claiming: purse $B00)-?
?Plantarede, 24; ?Snow Queen, 98; ?Lack
rose, 99; ?Shiro 99; Roundel, 102 Tranby,
10V; Half and Half, 11 Or 1 ?g Smoke, ill.
Third ra---- (six furl ingi : foi S-yi ar
olds and upward . claiming pi rw ?6001
?Belle ??f Eli; abi thtown, 9G ; ?Prince Dl
n ? i 99 ?Pie -.? ol. 10? ?S ??? ??? t Aiys
10S Pirst Pulli t. 108 ; Bi tterton, 10S.
: ?Drifrield, 110; Hora. 113; Dimitri, 113
Fourth race (five furlongs; for 2-year
olds; claiming; pursi ?GO0) -?Mineral, 98;
?Ray Atkin, 98; ?Annabelle, 100; ?Little
One, 101; Director Jaiuea. 103; ?ila or
Bradley, 106; Major Flsk, 106. Snow Hill,
!0C; Cuba. IOS, Incinerator, 111. Colonel
j Lillard, 111; Raven Sea. 114.
Fifth rar? ( r, '?:, furlongs; all ages: the
SRiita Fe Han.Heap, purse iSOO) ? Black
? i rince, !?::, Different Eyes. 102; Walnut
Hall, 106; Hubbub. 110: Smart Mon-.y,
111; Cromwell, 115; Skiies Knob. 118.
?Sixth raen (one mile; for 3-year-olds
and upward; claiming; purse |6p0)?
?Lucky Pearl, 93, ?Little Cote, !"? Grace,
105; ?enghee, 109; Gr?at Gull, 109; i-'rank
Burke, 10!'. S?.?id Rock, !09.
Seventh race (one mile and 60 yards:
for 3-year-olds and upward; claiming
purse $700 )??Kilkenny, 104. ?Riverside,
195; Mugntt Land. 105; ?Baby Cal, 108;
Ned Milt-ybtisht, 109; Sasenta, Ufc
?Apprentice allowance claimed.
Richards Will Compete ?
?n 7t?i Reg t Tennis !
The draw for the national junior
and boys' indoor singles champior.
sl ip tournament was made at the '
Seventh Regiment Armorv yesterday, i
The matches will begin Monday morn
?ng and continue throughout the week.
Vincent Richards, winner of the junior
land the senior indoor titles last sea
' ;on, is again a competitor. Also Mil
ion Bernstein, winner of the boys'
championship, who is graduated to the
n r class.
Many of the younger stars of the
metropolitan district were unable to
enter as the high schools are con
tinuing their sessions until Christmas
The draw follows:
Junior national Indoor championship
singles (first round) ? Irving Landau v?. i
lin T. I ? ??..-.. d \ li :-'??? ? i.lan x s
David Caywood jr., Parke Cummings vs.
.: A, . . ,. A. L. Hupk ns jr. vs.
Sidney K. Bra Hey, C. C. Hubbell jr. vs.
Julian K. Sprague, Kenneth Stoddard \ s.
Lionel Lf ritowlr t, Jor Ion ?'?
Abraham Bassford 3d. Miiton Bernstein
vs. Vincent llichards, Travers L< Grus vs.
Norria H. Ruger, Paul D. Hicks vs C.
Ci le, F ?rink T. Anderson vs. Albert J.
Senior. A. H. Chap?n jr. vs. B. Held, Louis
B. Daili-y jr. vs. .1. Jerome Tucker 2d,
Jerry Lang vs. B. Butterxvorth, A :.: ?
v-i William R. Hicks, Henry Levine vs
John Seitz jr.
Roys' n "n-il in Too?- championship
singles (sec nd round, first round by.??) ?
Chai les 'i. ir urd vs. Walter 12 lluught m.
First round Valentine Gress vs. Syd
j ney ir. Crance jr., Victor H!u??r?i vs. Will
i lam P. Nuble, Stanley J. Lons Iale vs. G.
I 1!. Kuhn.
Second round (first round byes) ? L iuis
| R in vs winner of Lonsdale-Kuhn
match. Charles M. Wood jr. vs. 1. H.
Carpentier to Box for
Italian Olympic Fund
MILAN. Dec. 19.? "The Sporting
Gazettte'1 announced to-day that
Georges Carpentier, the heavyweight
champion of Europe, has accepted an
?nvitation to come here between Feo
ruary 23 and 28 to ?rive a sparring; ex?
hibition at a boxing carnival, the pro
ceeds of which will 20 as a benefit to
the Italian Olympic games committee.
The motion pictures of the match m
which Carpentier recently defeated Joe
j Beckett at London will be shown.
Carpentier will be accompanied by
Laeners, who acted as Viis sparrir.g
. partner during the former's training
in Paris. Carpentier also will spar
with an Italian champion.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT
WE offer for your consideration the following Christmas gift
suggestions, at Winchester Sportsmen's Headquarters, 469
Fifth Avenue,?opposite the Library?where Winchester products
may be purchased at retail :
Winchester Rifles, for every use ? from indoor target practice at
home to elephant hunting,?all Winchester models and calibers,
finished and engraved in all Winchester styles, $8.10 to $71 Jf.o'0.
Winchester Shotguns ?"or every wing-shooting requirement,
$24.60 to $618.60.
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Odcls-On Favorite Is Ridden
Out by K?deri* to Win
Feature at Havana Tr?ack
HAVANA. Doc. 19. -The consistent
! winner Money made it four in a row
I when he annexed the fourth race at
: Oriental Park to-day. He was an ?jlds
! on choice, but; his backers were jjiven
i a ??care in the last sixteenth y^hen
! Kederis was forced to go to the whip
and ride out the favorite to make him
win by a length from the fast coming
White Crown upset the form player*
i in the opening- event when he was uv>
] in time to beat the favorite. C?Vunt
j Boris, by a head. Buster Clark, a Jong
shot, made a runaway race of ''"ha
third. He took the lead early j?nd,
j opening up a bi<r advantage, won easily
'. by two lengths. Freemantle 'best
i Bulger, the odds-on favorite, a lengtn
for the place.
John W. Klein, neglected ?n the
| betting, was returned the winner! of
?he fifth race. He c'osed fast ?and
i won by a lengtjh with Zodiac seccr-rt.
I three lengths before Gordon Ru?fcell.
The last rrt?"e fell to Brync. w;th"'thei
favorite. Silver Sandals, second and
Stmningdale third. ?q
Flr.=t rar? (purse $500 three-ya<??r>Wl?
and upward: n -, five und onqtha?f
furlongs?"Whit? Crown 114 (Crurr.i ?.? I
1. 5 to 2 an?l 6 to 5. won r-,,,JT,r r?orls, IM
(Murrav). 2 to 1 4 t?~? '? and 2 to ! se??ni
Theodore Fair 114 <C iway) ! to 1,1 ? >
1 ami 8 to 5 third. T mo. 1:08 4-2, '
nrimn Choirio. The Glfiamer, Naomi WaJ
ton and Flying Dart also ran.
Si-rnnil race (purse, $4100; ttaree-year-'old?
iTi'i up w.ard . ? : ?? In ? ?.. Bvi t
furlongs)?Colon? H .arm, 109 'H fJGar
1 ner). 3 to 1, 6 lo 5 an'! 3 to 5. ?von R
Atkin. 114 (Collins) i"? to 22 even and 1 to
2, second; Frascuelo, 117 (Mclntyri i 6 to
1 :> to 1 an?l even, third Tim-, ' - ?
Martin, James G. Hyki. Exempted ..ai.d
King K. also ran. a
Third race (purs? $500: three-j ar-yotds
and upward; claiming; six furionRs)? Bus?
ter Clark 107 (Koppleman), 7 to I 5 to 2
?and 6 to 5, won Freertiawtle 11 !'n*"v,.
r. to 1. 2 to 1 and even, second; Guiger, 115
'Orurap). S to 5, 2 to 5 and I t?> 3. third.
Tim??. 1:14 2-5 Derlits V , Ambassador III
! i Ittle Buss, Bac and Magic Mirror' "also
Fourth rar? dnirs?". $700 all w^,
claiming; six furlongs)? Monfj 109 7K??
deris), :? to 6 I to 4 and ?>?:; won Laij
wanna. lr>*'? (Pcnalve >. 7 o ?. "? to 2 and
even, second Ruby "<s fjarn l), t??i 7
to 14) and out third. Tini'. 1:14 2-5. Or?
leans Girl, '?oiv and Currency ??.'.?so ran.
Fifth rac? (purse. S?'?00 three-year.?*>iaa
and upward: claiming; one mile and fiity
?yards)?Juhn Y?*. Klein, ini (Lomas), 4 to
1. S to 5 and 4 to 5, won; ?odl ? g
(Brown), 7 to 2. C to fi and 3 to 5. second;
?Gordon Russell, 112 (Ormes). * to 1 - ?
an?l 4 to 5, third. Time, 1:46. War Tax,
Burlingam? Flash of Steel and Wbod
? thrush also ran.
; Sixth race (purse,, jnriO: three-yearioldai
'and upward; claiming: one mile ?inj fifty
yards)?Bryne, 97 (Carmody), ?-'. to .. _ to
] anil 4 to 5, won. Sliver Sandals, 112
' (Mclntyre) ! lo 5 1 to 3 and out, second;
I Eunnlngdale, 10?3 (Collins), 10 to 1. 4 to 1
! an?! 2 l<> 1, third. Tim.. 1:45 2-''. T-i?i:iie
M ss, lack Il-u'y. Tiniothoy J Hoganjhna
! O'Malley also ran.