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18 . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1908. .L
FIGHTING TRACKS !.' 1 Llsl l!3 V-l SrtSVIl IVl luI ill f 1 I iiF BV, JIwllLk3 !; . OPINION OF NELSON- III
I' DAVIS CUP AT
; w. games
Best Tennis Players in Hie I
TO DEFEND TROPHY"-
' 'f English Women Hope.Tli.it May
, Sutton Will Play With
v Them. ,
Tribune Special Sporting Service,
, i LONDON, Fob. 15. Tutorimtioual
f interest .will once more be paramount
j in lawn tennis during the- coming sea-
u son,. and the competitions in the Olympic
,i games shou!dbe even more attractive
i,, io followers of the ;itno than thoso
'? for the Davis cup last.yeav. . strong
','.' committee of management h:is been
ii. formed, which includes, among others,
.Messrs. A. E. Ilieksoii. II. L. Dohcrtv,
L A. W..Gore, S. II. Smith aud II. Roper
(? The Olympic contests will include cov- i
1 ered court as well as grass court com-
' petitions, aud for each of these there i
ii will -be a ladies' singles championship J
t and men's dingles and doubles chnin-
v-jj pionships, and each country may enter
;'m twelve competitors for the ladies' sin- !
'Jt gles. twelve for men's singles, and six
'. couples for men's doubles. Players will i
' not bo allowed to compete uuless eu-
. ' torcd by their country. The covered J
l courts contests have boon fixed fqr May i
V G at Queen '5 club, and the grass courts f
J' games will be played at "Wimbledon on
r .lnlv.fi. ' . J
The Championships at Wimbledon this
year should provide magnificent sport.
N. E. Brookes has expressed his intcn- i
v" lion of coming over again to defend j
. j his title. 1U L. Dohcrtv has definitely
: . decided to make n welcome reappear-
unce, aud with S. II. Smith possibly
; competing as -well there should bo some
v heroic matches. If Mr. Brookes docs
i 'f make the journey, Australasia, Who van-
t'H quished all opposition last year, will
probably be represented once more by
himself, A. P. wilding (who, with Mr.
t Brookes, holds the doubles ehampiou-
: ! ship), and. very possibly. L. 0. S. Poide-
; i vin, and it these play" in the Olympic
v'r games as well they may add yet an-
other success to last year;?. They will,
l: j5 however, havo a ha'rder .task th'an in
jf .1007. ,r-.
'A Uncle Sam Enters.'
I? The United States has decided to cu
P'Jf tor for the Olympic games, and it is
IN to be hoped that her representatives
t ) will also be seen in the championships.
l Beals AVright's form at "Wimbledon last
vj year was as good as that shown by any
'Ai of our countrymen, while Karl Bohr's
5 ; match against the champion proved him
t " to be a player who may attain to the
l greatest lawu tenni3 honors. Besides
these two there are several first-class
.'A players in the Stales who might come
. ' over, and if thoy do so the American
' team will bo veiy formidable. I
't , With regard to the prospects of our
' own country. 100S should see a groat
. ' improvement in the duality of English
lawn tennii. The English ladies, as j
U usual, should generally hold their own
if against all comers, in spite or the fact
S that an American ladv holds the proud
I title of champion. Tf Miss Sutton
changes her mind and returns to these
3 . shores this summer she will find most
rt- of her old opponents ready to take the
X- Sold. Mr3. Lambert Cha'mbers is uu-
7 doubtedly pur leading lad- player at
f ff present, but she is run very close by
IV, , Mrs. Stcrry (who alone defeated Miss
tt f Sutton'last year), and by Miss Lowthcr.
I ft , 'lapse, three players will probablv all be
r.i available together with .Mrs. Lurcomhe.
Mrs. Luard. Mias A. N. G. Greene, Miss
f;'i Eastlake Smith Miss Pineknev, Tisy
Vi 'l Morion, Mrs. IHllvnrd and Mi.s Booth
ILaT Tttf . 1
. LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP p.fHIi j
I KSt i'x! iIoi' are tl10 hys aspire to the lightweight championship, now held by Joe Gans. The two youngsters , -I
'MMM'-v' :i " WSv"' i" fighting pose aro "Battling" Nelson at the left and "Boer" Unholz at the right. The picture at the cxtromo tt ,t mMkWm -ffl
t KWMsvU; left shows the terrible Dane's famous fighting face. In tlio couter in ;v photograph of Joe Gans, the lightweight R" y SiSmSl jS
jgply- j champion, and at the right is "Paokey" McFarland, the liard-hitting Chicago boy, who is in line for the chain- gi MMT J
FOB '!! Llll"
Wiltig Deposits Eire Thousand
Dollars to Bring Match
to Milwaukee. j
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
XEW YORK. Feb. lo. There is a
merry war going on over the wrestling
services of George llackenschmidt, the
"Russian Lion.'' Several months ago
the' Missouri Athletic club promoters of
Kansas Cilv offered Hack a $10,000
purse' to wrestle Franjt Gotch in their
jown. Hack seemed willing, and Wrote
that he wus only waiting for th'e de
tails to be arranged.
But now appears on the scene William
W. Wittig of- Milwaukee, with con
tracts and cables, showing that-he ha3
signed llackenschmidt up for the big
match himself.' Wittig has deposited
half of a $10,000 purse with a law firm
in New York, and has received cable
dispatches from Charles Cochran, in
London, saying that Hackenschmidt 's I
signature has been secured. Mr. Coch-
ran is the gentleman who managed
llackenschmidt. or. at least, made his
matches and other business arrange
ments, during the "Russian Lion's"
former American trip.
The only question is Cochran's right
to represent the Russian. Mr. Cochran
wrote sdmc time ago that he had sev
ered relations wiih IJactkenschmidt, tho
London papers confirmed the story and
Hackenschmidt in a recent letter paid
ho had severed business relations, with
Mr. Witt is 's contract with llacken
Rchniidt calls for a period of exhibi
tions for the "Russian Lion," culmi
nating in tho great chnmpiouship match
on or before. April o in Chicago or
Kansas Qity. Gotch savs he's willing
to.wres$e anywhere if he can "only
gj a f;fiance. Wittig is willing to
saft th match to New York, if ho can
! aplace to hold it. Mjidispn Square
fMrdeil will be busv with a circus, aud
5wiH,.Vnkc a great arena to accommo
date the crowd if llackenschmidt and
Gftcli conic together.
Whether the Kansas -City club man
ages to squeeze in or jiot, oue thing is
sure: Hackenschmidt will be seen bore
again, and thr match with Gotch will
prove tho greatest wrestling attrac
tion since Ilackenschjnidt and Jenkins
met at, Madison Square" Garden.
by also available. I he selection commit
tee should have no difficulty in getting
a really strong team. All followers of
1 the came will regret tho death of Miss
I C. Me.vcr. who. with Mrs. Hillyard, won
the doubles championship last year.
Prospects Arc Bright.
The prospects of the success 'of En
i glishmen are infinilelv brighter thnn in
1 1007. when, notwithstanding, tho plucky
: efforts of our representatives, Messrs.
Gore, Roper Barrett, and Eaves, wo lost
iu. ..i. : i.: i ii.. ti r
cup to Australasia. Tt is greatly hoped
that R. R Doherty, whose magnificent
play last year in the London covered
courts doubles championships is still
i fresh in the memory of all who kiw
! it, will follow his younger brother's ex
i amplt and play oiiee more in earnest;
I there is no pla3er so capable of recov
ering the championship for England as
j he, should he enter. It is unfortunately
j doubtful if I. L. Riselev will be .iblc
1 to play. However, A, W. Gore in his
("old form, and Messrs. Roper Barrett.
Ititehie, and G. W. Hillyard. th.c "old
brigade," on whom the country has so
j often relied, should hold their own with
I the best of thenu
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l M" promptly attended.
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WILL BE XEW MAN
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
NEW YORK. Fob. 15. Joe Gans has
decided to reform- In a recent letter he
said: "I am jjolng to quli smoking and
drinking entirely, and will take bettor
care of myself the next six months than"
I ever have In my Ufo. I did not make
up my mind to swear off because of ex
cessive smoking or drinking, but I am
going to get myself Into audi a. condi
tion that tho whole sporting world will
marvel. I want them to think that It is
my second time on earth, or that T have
taken- a tonic to keep me In perpetual
youth. I will stay under cover for the
next six months, and T hope during that
time the lightweights will get together
and settle as to which of them is tho
best man, so a fight can bo arranged with
me for the ligluwolght championship.
" 'Battling' Nelson, Rudolf Unholz,
Packy McFarland. and even Tommy Mur
phy and Jimmy Brltt represent the light
weights, and tho best men In that bunch
will have a chanco to take my title away.
Rut you can gamble thoy won't take any
thing away from me. for the 'old man'
is going to bo there forty ways, and then
retire with tho lightweight title tucked
away. I could pick (up a lot of easy
money lighting little fellows If I wanted
to. as Coffroth sent me an offer to fight
Unholr, and T nlso got a good offer to
box in Philadelphia at ono of the clubs,
but I won't do any lighting until T go up
against a good man who can give me a
FAVOR WILLIE HOPPE
Tribune Speo.lul Sporting Service.
NEW YORK. Fch. 15. Charley Tciuicb.
manager of the billiard champions, Jake
Schaofer and George Sutton, has posted
Shaefcr'3 forfeit to play Willie IIoppo for
the 1S.1- bnlkllne title. As Sutton previ
ously accepted Hoppe's challenge for the
IS. 12 title. Hoppe will play Tor both titles
late in March or early in April. The two ;
matches probably will take place within
a week of each other. Billiard experts
think that Hoppc will regain the 1S.1 ti
tle, but aro not sure of his ability to de
Sutton w)l! Insist on playing Hoppc at
Orchestra Hall. Chicago, whsre condi
tions are good for championship matches.
. The champion declares that ho will play
no more title matches in New York unless
a suitable hall is secured. He claims that
in his match with Mornlngstar the balls
were "chilled" and that no expert could
make n showing under such conditions.
Morningstar linn the same complaint and
says that ho will challenge the winner of
the Sutton-Hoppe match to show whnt
he can do when conditions arc to his lik
ing. Basoball Parks Scarce.
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
MEMPHIS. Feb. 15- Baseball parks
have become so Pcarc; for training pur
poses In Southern States during the
springtime, vhen major league clubs
clamor for tomporary homos, that tho
Detroit club may take the Initiative and
build grounds in Hot Springs, Ark.
Whll tlngton park, tho only enclosure
at tho Sprlnss. has been leased outright
by the Pittsburg management for several
seasons. Correspondence has been going
on between Hot Springs officials and the
Detroit management, which may lead to
tho building of another park on a plateau
like plot of ground In tho suburbs, and
within ensy access of trolley. Meanwhile
tho Detroit team Is having some troubU
In locating a spot, to train during Man-li.
Bos-ton has permission to practice at
Little Rock. Memphis will not allow ma
jor leagues to train liere at all, and other
Southern baseball centers where training
grounds are located aro contracted for.
MS SIR HELSOH
MS iMjSS ii?
Durable Dane Cannot Put Away
Lightweights as He For
Tribune Spoclal Sporting Servic.
2CEW YOBK, Feb. 15. Fight Pro
moters Tom McCarcy of the Pacific
A. C. of Los Angeles, Jimmy Coffroth
of the Colma A. C and Jack Glea
son of the San Francisco club aro
trying to outbid each other in thoir
efforts to bring about a match be
tween Rudolph Unholz, the South
African champion, and Packey McFar
land. Since Unholz defeated' "Bat
tling" Nelson every one of theso
7romoters have been making tho man
agers of both fighters large offers for
the men to battle at their club.
"Battling" Xelsou has been com
pletely ignored, and it looks now as if
a match will be speedily arranged be
tween McFarland and Unholz, who will
battle for tho light-weight champion
INclson has taken a lot of pounding
in every one of his fights, but ho '
doesn't seem to worry over it, and, !
after a time, is always ready for an
other mill. Gans predicted ;aftcr tho
Goldficld scrap that Nelson would
never be in shape to fight again. This,
prediction looked good when Nelson
met Britt . James gave him tho worst j
beating of his career, and during the I
hist, half of the twentieth round had
i Nelson hanging on the ropes, unable to i
raise an arm to cover himself. ;
Pingsidcrs at that fight say that
Nelson would surely havo been knocked
out in ten seconds more, as he must
have gone down, and once on tho floor
wouldn't havo been able to get up,
even if he was conscious. But that re
mains to be proven. Nelson hasn't
been knocked out yet. Until some one
actually stows htm awa ho will havo
lo be considered among the live ones.
Too Mulvihill wishes to spread the
good news. that there will be ten-round
scraps within another month, and in
easy reach of Now York. The condi
tions .will be the same that prevail just
now in Los Angeles no decisions, but
no restrictions on the scrapping. South
Norwalk will be the now fistic Mecca.
The Council there has framed a
; boxing ordinance. Mulvihill has
' organized the Crown A. C. of South
Norwalk, and says that he will bo
! ready lo put on men like Owen Moran,
! Baker. Nelson, Attell, etc., by the first
No Boat Hace.
1 Tribune Special Sporting Service.
I NEW 1-1AVEX, Conn.. Feb. 15. Thcro
' will be no boat race this year between
Yule, and Annapolis, tho faculty having
decided that If the crew leaves eollcgo
, In tho spring It should go lo the "Amcrl- .
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 15. Manager
Clay of tho University of Pennsylvania
baseball nine has announced tho schedule
for the coming season, which is to be
ratiilcd by the faculty athletic commit
tee. The Bohedule consists of thirty
thrco date., two of which aro open. The
dale, Monday. April 20. Is yet to be filled,
but It is quite likely that somo Washing
ton. D. C, college will be played on this
day. as tho Red and Blue moots George
town university at Washington for the
tirst of a series oi two games on April 21.
Monday. June 8. Ii.ih not bcon definitely
closed, but Dartmouth will probably rake
this date. The Quakers will play seven
games, the first of which is to bo con
tested March 2S with the New York uni
versity on Franklin field, before playing
the Indians as usual at Atlantic City.
April 17 and 18. The Southern trip will
be taken April 20. and while away tho
Red and Klue will meet Georgetown and
Virginia In two games each, bosldes play
ing Annapolis and probably George Wash
ington university before returning home.
Out of the thirty-three games a to be
played, seventeen arc homo dates, while
the remaining sixteen arc scheduled as
out-of-town contests. The dales are:"
March 2S. Now York university, at Phil
adelphia: April 1. Albright, at Philadel
phia: April I. College City of Nov.- York,
at Philadelphia; April 6. Amherst, at Phil
adelphia; April s. University of Vermont,
at Philadelphia; April 11. Lafayette, at
Philadelphia; April 15, Holy Cross, ut
Philadelphia; April 17. Indians, at Atlan
tic City; April 15. Indians at Atlantic
City; April 20 (probably Georgo Washing
ton), at Washington; April 23. Virginia, at
Charlottesville; April 25. Annapolis, at An
napolis; April 2S. Urslnus. at Philadelphia;
April :J0. Virginia, at Philadelphia; May
2. Ynlo, at New Haven; May 4. North
Carolina, at Philadelphia; May C. West
Point, at West Point: May 0, Princeton,
at Philadelphia; May 13. Columbia, at
Philadelphia: May 1G. Yale, at Philadel
phia; May 20. Princeton, at Princeton;
May 23. Corns!, at Philadelphia; May 27.
Columbia, at New York; May SO. Cornell,
nt Ithuca; June C. Brown, at Providence;
.lunc S (probably Dartmouth); June 10.
Holy Cross, at Worcester; June 13, In
dian?, at Philadelphia; June 16. Louisiana
State, at Philadelphia.
COLUMBIA GYM IS
SURPRISE TO CHAMPION
Tribune Special Sporting Service.
NEW YORK.. Feb. In. Bruno Sodcr
strom. the champion all-round athlete of
Sweden, who Is now here making a study
of American athletics at the request and
expense of the King of Sweden, has his
first glimpse of an American gymnasium,
when he was shown all through that of
Columbia university. Mr. Sodcrstrom
?ald that while they make a specialty of
gymnasiums In Sweden, the completeness
of the plant nt Columbia was a revela
tion to him. Tho separate rooms for box
ing, wrestling, and fencing, greatly pleased
him. and especially was ho attracted to
the squad of varsity crow candidates who
are getting an early "workout under Coach
Jim Rice on tho rowing machines. Mr.
Sodcrstrom said tho swimming pool was
the biggest ho luid ever Keen.
Columbia's athletic manager has ex
tended tho privileges of the Columbia
gymnasium to Mr. Sodcrstrom while he
Is In this country, and Trainer Coach
Josh Crooks has also offered to tell him
whatever ho wants to know about Amer
ican training methods. Asked If he In
tended to compete while here. Mr. Soder
stroni suld that he would enter the Irlsh
Aniorlcan athletic eiub games, and If ho
made any kind of a showing ho might
try other events during the winter.
TRACK OHEli HAKE
Spending Thousands of Dollars
in Face of Gov. Hugkes's
Tribune Special Sporting Service,
NEW YORK, Feb. 15. There will be
racing around New York during the
coining summer, even if Governor
Hughes succeeds in his fight to wipe
ont bookuiakiug. This fact is cvi-
! deuced by the elaborate praparations
j being made by the various' racing asso
ciations in the metropolitan circuit. In-
I deed, tho track owners arc going ahead
with their plans just as if there never
I was an effort being made to wipe out
; the sport.
The State Racing commission Jilcd
I notices that licenses had been crautcd
lo nine tracks that do business in the
State, as follows: Westchester Racing
association. Coney Island Jockey club.
Brookbm Jockey club, Brighton Beach
Racing association, Saratoga Racing as
sociation, Queens County Jockey club,
and Buffalo Racing association.
At Shcepshcad Bay they arc putting
the fiuishing touches to about $150,000
worth of improvements. Gravescud is
also being renovated, and the Umpire
Racing association will spend $75,000
on improvements before the meeting at
Yonkcrs opeus in August.
All this means that there will bo rac
ing. The people arc prepared for trou-
I bel even if the anti-racing bill fails.
Thev realize that an attack will be
made on the present system of book
making, aud I hat betting may have lo
be carried on as it was at Bennings last
year. This is tho so-called perambulat
ing system. It worked all right at "Ben
nings, but it would cause a lot of trou
ble in New York, because the crowds
are larpcr and there will be a bigger
array of bookmakers. The plan would
f eauyse constellation on a big day like
J Futurity day.' A bettor could never
j find his man in I ho mob
l Since the track people arc taking the
I anti-racing fight seriously, many sug-
gestions havo been made to keep the
sport above water if the present fight
fails. Some people believe that the
j so-called "dollar field" should ho done
I away with. This inclosure, it is main-
tain'ed. is what brings an clement to
' the track that is not financially strong
; enough to speculate. The field does at
tract people who bet away their small
, earnings or savings that they can ill
afford lo lost.
Wipe out the field, saj' the people who
offer this suggestion., and make the
general admission lo the track $5. Thou
give the v bookmakers to understand
I that "small betting" is not to be in
i dulgcd in. This would drive, away the
i piker While it is true. that attendance
would suffer, still the increase admis
1 sion would offset this in a measure.
Then again, the size of the purses could
1 be cut down.
Sockor' football is steadily growing iu favor in this country, aud a number of strong professional teams aro playing tho gamo, Picturo shows
an exciting moment in a aockor football match. None of tho players except the goal keeper is allowed to-touch, tho ball with his hands.
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, FOR HlEli
i Many Americans Are Fouudv
I to Be in Line for Cham"- ml "
GOOD REPRESENTATION 9;
FOR RUNNING EVENTS '
Majority of the Best Meu WilBj
Come From and Near JK&
New York. mf$l
Tribune Special Sporting Service. flpl'
NEW YORK. Feb. 15. Spcculatioa!"
is rife about tho probabic make-up afiE,'
the team that will go lo London
represent America next July in thSB
Olympic sports. Ticking the meu onAfciw
past performances is but gues mivVhii1
at this stage, aud like as not the bntfitjH'tf
particular stars of the American teamlW
arc awaj back in the shadow uowSnekjBbt
was the experience of Paul Pilgrim atvBk:"
the Athens meet. He wen ( abroad
a second-rater and came hoTnc a two'-mltfe
time world 's champion.
Now there is niauj a youth in theSMftf
metropolitan district today capable ofMfatfa
repeating Pilgrim's feat ff given onljXalte
t half a chance, and many now in comJHklv
j parative obscurity will almost siircl$Bltl ?
I land the coveted trip. Of course, evcnw)
; one has heard of Fred Bellars, for lie iiWlw
j the cross-country champion, but at tbatHRtk
i Bellars is a new force in the athlctisjBV '
world. The brightest part of his carcixjH.(Mt
lies ahoad aud not behind the JcrseyM-i,
.youth. Bellars need not improve a whitWnMt
to make the London team. He haiBc
only to repeat the races ho ran at CelMjVn
tic' park last fall, when he beat Bot'-M V
hag, Daly. Carr. Ifnskins, Collins, Joyce, Bp,
and Colin, -to 'secure a berth on tlift'Bti'
London team. Srt
Frank Shcchan of Boston, w'ho . tfttflBTpjfc
! tho junior half-mile championship &raltf.i
Jamestown last summer, is also capaiKjr 'r
I blc of making the team quite easil.fcrit
Shcchan is consistent around 1:57, animi-?
j his great race in tho "juniors" provclMf fri'
that at his best ho is very close to twvit3
; seconds faster than that. He has ODhjML -i
lo take the trouble to train faithfallyflRi
1 in order to be oue of the lucky oneijlj
Celtic Parle has a likely candidafaV
in R. Cloughan, the Fordham spnnterBift,
With every qualification that m&&MWj
up a really great sprinter, save poaHHTp-'
bly a little' more campaigning, CloughanBJv ,
will almost surely develop into a corkerMiij
He looked just about right to ""A ;
things" last summer when ptomainajBiV
poisoning almost killed him nnd. offec: 1
tively, stopped his athletic work for thejB; -j
rest "of the year. jH'
Look Good to Exports. v j
Georgo Ford and A. T. Bailoy, Vrf
Travers Island, also look eood to tiB;Vr
exports. Both of theso lads took HB-Jj
yard honors outdoors last summer, wM
have been resting all winter with c1MJh
I eyes on tho London trip. Ford aDHBL
I Bailoy both found 51 seconds easy go jjll
l ing last summer, and will have the fdSH
! vantage of a long winter's rest, whievH
i counts some in a hard campaign. itfRH
' Seconds should find them closo up a'a9
I the Olympic trials come off in Ja'jH
i Among the junior field men, PhugflH
Adams of the N, Y. A. 0. looke roofjMH
promising. Adams entered athletics a1HMl
a second-rate discus thrower. LasLsnntiBjl
mer Ernie Hjcrtberg started him 43B
.lumping, with tho result that, ne HH
now among the tweuty-th roe-foot r0SJjW lH
jumpers, and holds the Iiop-stop-agMW' M
lump championship of America. (9'l
like the others, Adams has only XflB
gun his career. Ho has just '0UDVUJM1
the proper branch in which to snowmg 1
his worth, and between all tho J!
ing events ho will surely land a plcemf
on the Loudon team.
Princeton has a likely Olympian W
George Whitelev, the orange and oj'jtM
star half milcr. As a schoolboy in 1UU?MS
Whit' lev ran as fast as 1:57.2-0, "?aH
his showing in the intercollegiate "m
count rv races last fall told the ,B!"-TM
of additional strength he has
since (hen. Princeton men not 0"'Bjr
hone, hut exp'-ct to sou hitclor
tli. omuge and black across the !MB
fn-st iu the intercollegiate i,alt'ro"?JP
chnmpiouship next spring. IB f
Lato Fiud. v43nPi
The latest to show promise is TWkJn
deus White, the young l'0' " !
regiment runner. Vnder TIjcr ijcra .
coaching. White has jmiiiicd "inmlMS
iw ice class to that of "'C",!!'
pious in a few weeks, and e
rhals concede that he wijl be g J
der iu the miio next summor. At Wi
ton recently White ran nigs aronnom J
the best men in New England. "gWlOte,
likt J. P. Sullivan and Hnrvej Lon;LJJ
aS3??nk Riley, one of the best : iD
crs on the Irish-American stnne. ,
a record of 4:31 for the mile, is a
lv candidate for the team, too. . k
catise of his size Bilev has n"f;jfib
up very well indoor but on the cwd JMfe j
he can run with the , best o tl cnu
has repeatedly, run the best, inci in
metropolitan district to a s tan s
it will be no surprise to oolBL
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