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Mike Gibbons Knocks Out McAllister in the Seventh Round
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Comedian, on High Seas, Un
less Tendered Contract by
February 1 Will Be Free.
OTHER SPORT COMMENT
Altrock Already in Line National
League JUrged to Get Players
lo Sign Quickly.
Br WILLIAM PEET.
"Will you tell me how I "am going to
sign up Germany Schaefer to a contract
when he Is galloping around the world
Trith" the 'White Sox-Giants tdurlstsT" In
quired Manager Griffith last night.
"I want Schaefer with mo during the
coming season, but unless he gets a con
tract.before February I (and I don't know
how I am going to get one to him), he
can declare himself a free agent."
Inasmuch as the White Sox-Giants tour
ists do not arrive home until the -first
-neek in March, and if the Old Kos bent
out a contract today, the instrument prob
ably -would, never reach Schaefer. urm:
is up against it, and stands a chance of
losing tma player.
That Schaefer and Altrock. the comedi
ans, will both bo with the Nationals next
season is a foregone conclusion. Griff, has
already signed Altrock, whom he con
siders a valuable asset to Ills club, and
he intends to hook up Germany if he has
to offer him contract terms via wire
less. "If I could deflnlte'y locate Schaefer on
the high seas.'' said the Nationals' pilot
last night. "I would send him terms by
wireless, and demand an immediate ac
ceptance." Altrock is desired as a coach to the
young pitchers, while Schaefer Is still
able to go In as a pinch hitter, and. be
sides, is often called upon for advice.
Yes, fans, both Schaefer and Altrock
will more than likely be with us next
season, and no Washington club would
be entirely complete thout these com
edians on the coaching lines.
'enn beat the Indians at basket-ball.
History repeating again.
Many Important developments, in the
baseball situation are looked for during
the present week, declares Billy Weart.
of Philadelphia, secretary of the Base
ball Writers Association of America. The
National league club owners and man
agers have had their eyes opened. They
know that they must get busy and en
deavor to check the raid being made on
their teams by the independents. Up to
date no such fear has entered the hearts
3f the American leaguers, for their play
ers appear to be almost immune from
the attacks of the raiders.
Within the past few days the message
has been flashed to all of the National
League clubs to get busy and sign their
players as soon as possible. Despite the
statements made by the National league
that thy do not fear the Federal, and
that they are confident the "outlaws"
have not got sufficient backing to put
up a winning tight, it is known that thf
magnates who attended the meeting ot
the National Commission at Cincinnati
last week had their eyes opened.
The reports which were received there
t men who have been investigating the
Federal League moeinent proved that
there Is more money behind the independ
ents than the men in organized baseball
believed. Coupled with this information
came the signing of several National
League stars and "King" Cole, of the
New York Americans.
Last week the Federals apparently had
the National Leaguers on the run. Now
the managers of the National teams have
got down to wor-4n earnest. They ar
going to endeavor to repair the breaks
in their teams and efforts will undoubt
edly be made to get some of the mm
who are reported to have signed con
tracts with the enemy to reconsider their
-ction and return to organized baseball.
It is a curious fact that nearly all of
the men who played under the Phillies
banner last season have either signed
with the Federals or else been made
offers. Goln; through the list, about the
only regular of the Quakers In 191l"wh.
has not been mentioned as being wanted
b the independents Is -Dut" Chalmers.
Perhaps "Dut" has not yet secured
a good press agent. When he does.
Chalmers is likely to also get into the
A few of the Phillies arc safe, if the
Federals live up to President GUmore's
statement and refuse to have aw thins
to do with the players who have not yet
MTved out the terms of their contracts.
I.obert. Ludor'is.-Alcxander and a couple
of others are fa 11 to have signed con
tracts last year which have not yet run
One of the mysteries of the present ror
i3 why the Pnillics should have be;n
singled out for such a raid. With three
men already announced as being In the
"outlaw" fold and more considering
propositions. It will be easily seen why
Manager Dooln should hae his sleeves
rolled up and ready to defend his club
from the Invaders. It is hoped that
Charlie is down to fighting weight, for
it looks very much as though he had
a mighty big scrap on his hands.
Washington. D. C. Jan. 12.
Sporting Editor Herald Did Gene
Demontrevllle play on the Washington
team in the American League?
P. C. H.
Ans. Yes, in 1901, but he was released
Ganxel Laughs I.ondly.
John Ganzel, manager of the Roches
ter's, doesn't take the Federals seriously.
Ganzel Intimated in Rochester on Wed
nesday that he had received an offer
from the so-called out-laws. "What did
they offer you to act' as manager?" ask
ed a reporter. "Only t73,0OQ." replied Gan
zel. with a broad, grin. "For how many
years, five?" "No, two!" And Ganzel
laughed out loud as he wondered what
Tinker would say when he heard the
American Association Calls Meeting.
Chicago; Jan. 'li T. M. Chlvington.
president of. the American Association f
1'aseball Clubs, today called a "business"
meeting of the association for January
! at the Congress hotel in Chicago.
Chlvington declined to say what matters
would 'be taken 'up at this meeting. ,
Trro rr skatlnif Records.
Christian, Jan. 12. Oscar Mathiesen yes
terday set two new world's skating
records. He covered 500 meters in tS 7-10
seconds and l.uX0 meters In 2 minutes 13'j
The previous records were U 1-5
Ecconds and 2 minutes 20 3-5 seconds,
STAET TSAEUKGr FOE BOUT.
llltcble and Mnrphr Prepailn tot
January 33 Fight.!
San Francisco. Jan. IS. This week
will see Champion Willie "Ritchie and
Tommy.ilurphy In training for their
Bo'ut- at Coffroth'a Eighth street arena,
on January 21, and then for a wnile the
blue ribbon light-weight eyent will en
gage, the attention ot sports, with a
leanlngtoward boxing. ,
As far as can be learned, both lads
wUfbe In the best of shape to begin
their preparation for the important
match. Ritchie's nose Is as good as
new. a Eft In. and Murphy has no minor
ailments of any kind. It is to be hoped
that nothing further will occur to Hin
der the working off of a Tiout that has
hung in the balance so long.
LOSES TO VIRGINIA
Buff and Blue Quint "Is Beaten in
' Losely Played Game,
43 to 7.
NICHOLS STAR OF THE CONTEST
Special to The Yvashinsloo Herald. ,
Charlottesville, va. Jan. ii-iin,im
teamwork and tho Individual playing of
ri..i.n!- it- tfiit fnrwmil for the Orange
and Blue gave-tho latter a decisive vie-
a. I A I has Ah
tory over ueorge vtasmiitiun m " .
collegiate game of the season by a score
of 43 to 7.
George Washington played a much bet
ter game in the second half, while Vir
ginia sent in a number of substitutes.
The line-up and summary:
VICGIMA, ro-itlon. Of. WASH.
NkoU .... 1!- " -leapt.) .W"n
sovii& ::...:.. !.- -"es
Mttcturol T".f """ " ki..
.-,.f.n ai. it. : "
LcckVT........... I- U - Hurjcj
feubstitntioM-nUrj lor StrickUncJ. Diftnre ior
Lack, fcmilu for Mcboli. Duncan for Cmmpbell,
.. i k i M.n.. fnr rlnr llammrr
for Sbatrr. FlcU sol-SirhoI (101. SUckley III,
SlrickUnd O. IUT 13. !. Noonin, Almoo.
Core. Foul ccU-Stickler . KScboU. Noonm.
Referee-Mr. Todd. Tttno of hilro-lO minutes.
TWO GAMES TONIGHT
IN INTERFRAT LEAGUE
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Clash with Theta
Delta Chi in Opening Game Alpha
Beta Phi vs. Kappa Sigma.
Tonight thete will be Inaugurated the
first sanies of the George Washington
University Greek Letter League at the
KniDhany Gymnasium, in G street, at
The manacers of the league have sent
inflations to the three girls' sororities
at George Washington to witness the
opening games, and it is expected tnai
the fair co-eds will turn out in full
force to cheer their finorite fraternity
to victory. The line-up follows:
TIICTAUELTA. IV-IU.'n. hll.MA ALI'II A.
Hjde .. .
EiscXrtt . .
,..Ca lr .
... i: ;....
. .1 :. .
Al.rn.V BETA. IWUon. RAITA SIOMA.
Ml I.- i M,
Macnidrr i""n 'l1!!"??
HcCormick 15. i - MSttt
Tntj L. I! Till
Will llindiboe ill irfme tbe imi. Altin 'loir.
Gcorxe WaJiinjion UuiTmStf, ill lie limrlre nd
official timrkrrT. Ilanlolili Miaw lu t-rn p
Idntcd offlcu.1 tronr ef the league.
In llrntru by I'rinlriiWy In To
"liii-ago. Jan. li Gustav I'ristensky,
Europe's latest wrc!tlliig ta. made his
American debut at the Colbcum tonight,
winning in fciraight falls from Uus
Schoenleln (Americus). Anicrlcus. proba
bly the bet American wrestler with the
exception of Frank Gotch, never had a
chance to win. lie was a child In the
hands or the powerful foreigner, Fris
tensky won the first fall by lifting Ameri
cas high in the air 'and crashing him to
the mat with a cross-body lock. The time
was . 2KC Americus was completely
knocked out. After an examination by
physicians he was permitted to return to
the ring. He showed, however, that the
terrible fall had taken away much of his
strength. After three minutes Americus.
groaning In pain, was close to the mat
under a reverse body loVk and the referee
stopped the match. '
TWO CUBS SIGNED.
Humphries and Snler Heady (o Pluy
vlth Chlrazo Nntlonnla.
Pittsburgh. Pa.. Jan. 11 Two of the
Chicago Nationat League baseball stars
whom Federal league agents hae been
trying to induce to Jump to the new
league vtere placed beond the reach uf
the insurgents toda.
Manager Johnny Kvers. of the Cubs,
came to Plttidiurgh and met Ilert Humph
ries, the pitcher, who resides at Cal
iftTnla. Pa., and after a. short conference
Humphries signed a Cub contract. While
here Kvers received a telegram from
President Charles W. Murphy, announc
ing that First Baseman Vic Saicr also
bad signed to play with the Cubs again.
COAST CHEWS ENTERED.
Coach Conlbear, of Seattle Univer
sity, Strong for Ponghkeepale.
Seattle, Wash, Jan. 11 The University
ot Washington will send two eight-oared
crews to the Poughkeepsle ragatta this
ear, according to Hiram R. Conlbear,
director of aquatics.
If he Is unable to develop a strong
second crew he will take the freshman
eight along when the varsity eight goes
East to row in the big regatta on the
Fletcher Slated for "Fedn."
Colliersville, IJo., Jan. 11 Mordeda
Brown, manager of the St Louis Federal
League club, spent Sunday here and con
ferred with Arthur Fletcher, shortstno
of the Giants. Both deny that there is
a dicker on. but the conference was re
garded as significant.
Iteil fox Slcn .Schoolboy Pitcher.
Boston, Jan. 11 Another schoolboy base
ball player has "been signed by "the Bos
ton Red Sox for development -with
Harold Janvrin, The- new player Is
Domlnlck J. Mulrenan, a right-handed
pitcher of the Woburn nigh" School.
Urals- Becker May Iamn,
Wichita; Kan., Jan. 11 Beats Becker,
'outfielder of the Philadelphia Nationals,
said today that he Is considering an
offer of a three-year contract with the
ijaltimore Federal League club.
- Contract Mnllc.l "Kino". Cole.
New York, Jan. 11 Despite the fact
that he has signed up with the Federal
League for the next bcason, the New
York American League club this after
noon mailed a contract to Pitcher
QUITS THE DIAMOID.
PVfe? TO IMF J
BILL SIOIII.KV jnN.vnvcs
Better known as Bill Morley. who
was With the Nationals last year and
was later sent to the Atlanta club, of
the Southern League.
Bill Morley Quits
Baseball; Will Keep
Morlev Jennings, better known as Bill
Morley. who was with the Nationals
last sprins and again In tbefall, has
quit baseball. In a letter to a friend In
Washington, Morley writes that he wilt
never play professional ball again. He Is
the director of athletics at Ouachita Col
lege, located at Arkadelphla. Ark., and
has a year-around position, which is pay
ing him a good salary.
Morley was released to the Atlanta clOb
by Manager Grlftlth not very long ago.
and Manager Billy Smith, of the Crack
ers, was counting n him holding down
the short field Job. It is understood that
Morley will send his contract back to
the Atlanta club unrigmd. with a letter
to the effect that If he does make up
his mind to play hall again, he will be
only too glad to sign with the Crackers.
The signed contracts of Klllot Dent.
Tommy Long. Welchonce. and Dutch
Munch have been received at the Atlanta
club headquarters, according to reports
sent out by Manager Billy Smith jester
day. It Is known that Munch received
his contract here several we-ks ago. but
did not take kindly to the figures men
tioned, and returned the document un
signed. Hvidently Manager Smith gae
Munch a fairly good Increase, as the local
backstop has sent Ills signed contract
MILITIA LEAGUE GETS.
Off TO FLYING START
Keith and Wheeler Feature Company
F's (Second Regiment) Victory
Over Company E.
v on. LOSL.VCI. I
1 0 LOW
1 0 1.W0
F. Second Ttesimert..
M, First Regiment...
E. First Regiment....
G, First Regiment....
0 0 .fc0
0 0 .000
The National Guard Basket-ball League
opened the season last night with a double-header,
the first game being between
the teams representing Company F, Sec
ond Regiment, and the second between
companies M and G, of the First Regi
ment. The first game, which was hard-fought
from beginning to end, was a victory for
F. Second Regiment, by the score of 31
Keith and Wheeler showed good form
In caging the ball from the floor, the
former turning the trick nine times, while
the latter was able to do the same stunt
11 o times. Davis and Vernstcin showed
best for the losers. Th goal shooting of
Colston was a feature of this fray. Line
up and Mimmary:
Co. E. 1st Krst.
Positian. Co. I'. M Ilret.
.. L. V. Mjcra
.. .K. V . Keith
....L.! - Sver
,...K - FreemaJl
Cmla from Hoor-Wlieeler IS, Keith (SI. Mrm,
Vrrosttin (SI. Dails 13. Bnrm (SI. Hunt. Goals
from free tenses Wheeler. Goals mised-rYeemaa
13. Referee Mr. Heie. Timeketrer lr. Bonn.
Time cf hslreslO inmates. Soorer-Mr. Llord.
F5nl score Companx K. Second Rfstarnt. SI;
Ctomrany E. First Rccunent. II.
The second contest .turned out to be a
victory for 34. First " Regiment, over G,
FIrt Regiment, by a 30 to 10 score." This
game w ttlo hnrd-fought and featured
by the work ot Johnson and Schwab for
the winners and "Rip" Stcckcr for the
The next games are scheduled for Wed
nesday night, when the winners of to
night's battles will hook up In thejopener,
followed by a game between the losers.
Line-up and summary:
rv r lit liezt Position. Co. G. 1st Itert.
Jotmston If - Csmpneld
bsuuderi a. K. r none
Schwab Center..- J"?
Snitlisoo '- ' St-cker
Prey - H. ( Enunerc
Goals from floor Johnson (3), Schwab (S), Smith
son. Campfleld (9. Wj-oci (2). Stecker. Goals frcm
fre tosses Schwab. Johnston. Goals missed
Schwab (2). Smlthson. ncferre Mr. Hciae. Time
keeiJer Slr Horan. Tune of Lslrcs 10 mhrates.
Scorer Sir. LlojtL Final score CompsjlT M,Flrst
Reciment, Sf ; Company G, lint. Srglment, 10.
W0OLFOLK TO CAPTAIN
VIEQIH1A 1914 ELEVEN
CharlottrsTllIe, Vat, Jan. IS
At meeting of the letter men
tonight; TtVoolfoIk, right tackle
on .the Virginia football leausi,
.na'a elected captain for the fall
of 101, In place of Gooch, -rtlio
resilcned because of the Ithodes
srholsrahlp. 'VVoolfoIk'n choice
-rras. popular one, and he de
served the hoaor.
SBABPE LUTES FORWAID I AM.
Cornell's Ilea Conch Onyaes Any
Chnnsea la the Hales.
Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 11-The forward
pass lsall right as It Is now and there
should be no chances, in the rules with
reference to It. Is the ODlnlon of Dr.
Albert-H. Sharpe, head coach aUCornell.
ur. snarpe does not believe any ma
terial chances will be made In the foot
ball rules- this -year, and declares that
the game' has now reached a high stand
ard and that.lt would 'gain tittle by any
rule changes. The forward passv he says,
has been an asset to many college teams.
while it also serves to spread out the
defence. Moreover, Dr. Sharpe .says that
oy opening up tne game it has made foot'
ball doubly Interesting to spectators.
WONTS ARE THIRD
. IN DISTRICT CIRCUIT
Draw Nearer Royal Outfit by Set
ting Newcomers Down in
MICHAUD'S SCORES ARE GOOD
The Belmont quint Jumped Into third
position In the District Duckpln
League last night by capturing three
games from the Newcomers. The Ites
olutcs were occupying number three
rung on the ladder until the G street
crowd found easy pickings in the
Mount Pleasant quint. CapL Mlchaud'a
quint Is now four and one-half games
behind the Royals, who are but one
game behind the league leaders, the
The Belmonts piled up a total of
1,519 plus for the night, putting across
the scores of SO! In the opening. 495
In the second, and G22 In the final.
Capt. Mtchaud bowled the highest set
of the night, obtaining 11C In the first
game. 115 in the midway frame, and
114 In the Hnal. totaling 345 pins for
The rolling of Cullln featured the
bowling In the Y. M. C A. League last
night, when. In the games against the
Niagaras, he toppled 358 pins In this
three matches with the Cheyennes.
The Cheyenne outtlt all went well in
the last contest, as this three-man
crew spilled 343 pins. The Cheyennes
captured the three games by the fol
lowing scores: 309. 303, and 309. Bara
ncr put across the highest game when
he spilled 137 pins In, the final.
The Atlantic quint pulled away from
the Waverlys In the Northeast League
when they defeated the Anacostla out
nt three straight games in last night's
rnlllnc- In that circuit. Cannon rolled
the highest set of the night, getting
341 for his mark. Following are the
results of the games bowled In the
leagues last night:
DISTUICT DL'CKriN LEAGUE.
IWmenu. I .nonm.
HiUrr. S 3S S3 I Oavinc.. .
lima.... -. 1CI 111 I Wrmlz.
Weill .. ..
30 n. lis 1 J. iipxnea...
106 K 119 I llubar
IK Hi 111 t IMimmr. . .
303 i Totals. ...
M 413 IV
T. SI. C. A. LKAUI'K.
Jl W t Karairr
IS 1(6 i llartt-iuaji .
W 1S USICuIlin.
JU 197 S3 Totals.-...
SOUTHWEST JL'.MUIl DL'CKI'IN LEAGUE.
Sutvr. I hlnan.
IValT !C I MalrrU....,
Iniaborj M . I J. fnn...
Ilmnia K! 1U
I Totals... .
hORTMEAtVr DlCKriS LEAGUE.
Allaatta. . I Anam-tlas.
7lb.. .. T lit I Ku-ntr.
Horrin.... 1" j Lined-..
Mirxrr t! I llalncs....
I'annAn - 121 K3 X I MOHf
St t: t
l-nnl JT lis lSISIdiraUi..
50J 5 Kt TuUla..
Ct 111 M
WASHINGTON COUNCIL (K. OF C ) LEAUUL.
ChsmtJains. I La SaUes.
W.GrMnn. M 54 HI I " anen... . KIM J
M. Gritta... N D lit Martin -. "O "I .
Kroner ICC " 91 llnettner " "b t
Ann.tn.nr .. 101 SO ICt 1 1'Jowe ;? JJ
WhlUj Si a Sisholtiw St lt 9.
Totals S "i5 511 1 Totals 13 CI t3
N'ale . ..
El s u rmir..
.. 83 llOM'sxr
.. .. t n-clier
Ki M 10 l!iKlfT
ST a 91 ! MtririblM-n. IT
a ft SJJLawton 9) I
I .HchUdt SO SS !Ci
ToUls..... 4IS 411 Slj -ZT.
j ToUls 8 sj9 l
X St Ml Carrol t9
fi W S) I 1Vi.hIo.1s.. .. 92
to 8t salAUen Vrt
9i M 98 1 lUJisnncn...
SS . I O uneu..
.... t IT SCSI
CARROLL COUNCIL (K. OF a) LEAGUE.
Genoas. I l'in!!.
PfeiiT.- tl IT C I JliCsrtr . ri St M
Cocllo K K 'tore ... 'J Jl IT
l-ndl - - W K0 1 l'irte. M S SI
Sbceiian M 1 !l Smith ... . K K K
K3 1M 4 I Tt-Uls ..
t7 Cu trz
DEPAUTMENTAL TENI'IN LEAGl'ti
War. I i oiuroi?aHinrr-.
JO Ifil IIS t wssrrt .
Ill Ii4 IK
its ;n l
Ill 191 H. t K. ...
97 W lt CHlirs..- .
114 VIS 1JJ I Mm-
It; 1C Hi j Src-nsn...
"515 "in I TuUls....
is in zio
iTi It! lit
w ic ii;
DErArmiENTAb Dl'CKn.V LEAGUli
II. S. M. II
Kemon....... B ST
llllloo. ...... tt S K
Umith O W
ItausUX..... SS 96 93
LlUau 77 S9 10C
Totals..... "SIS tK
10 li: 83
97 8T lot
m 80 80
TMlNs-rCK UrCKPIX I.tMGUE.
llmtis I Itrtta.
ll.Cliiirrh K 83 R I r.tlnucn SO
1't.lflman fS Tj lltSVYltn ... S 91 .8
Jasrrr . K 111 1M I Ihi-nnrr IS 75 7i
J fctercnura. 63 77 79 1 WhitlleMT.. 89 91 81
Holmes. E K Wl llafie......... 97 S7 101
. Totals OOI3I
ToUls..... 41J 4H 4tJ I
Bines. I Whites.
Malinks...... O 86 77 Weels 84 81 83
l.nrcmr 75 75 IS lluiltrich.... BUM
Wood 81 81 SZ Downs. IK! 105 111
Dsils. 94 V 87 P.Chnrrh.-.. 83 83 ...
McKerkner. 1(2 90 Ul Mcklllen 83 90 Kl
Totals a ci s , -rr.-n:-r,.
I TOUls. 433 453 ill
COLONIAL TE.NPIN LEAGUE.
fWlwell... 1(4 31 St Idnsm 157 197 178
McKnew..... ISt lit 1S7 Hunrme. 183 1M ni
Lsmstrr.-... 188 1C K8 r-hstTcr m J73 1M
liarwcal ITS IT ltS Jones. .- 1T9 HI lit
WiUlamson- 111 160 ISO lUrdie. 180 181 3M
Touls., "Si3"I7 Totals. IX 92 931
UEUCANTILE DCCKl'lN LEAGUE.
Dtst. Ksi Bant Chr. Xsnder.
Carter .. T 91 7S Carr. 76 TS 85
Brow.... W 90 Kfeher 116 SI 83
Burns.-...-., ffi C K Hilton 99 93 S3
Moor 2 lot 83 Ilodcr... 79 S3 99
Dormer..... M IB S Itenan.. . 91 93 110
ToUls. "47l"5"5 Totals 4M 410 461
ARCADE DUCKI-IN LEAGUE.
Morcan 103 94 86 Miller 107 106
MeKnew.... 109 103 111 Urandt .. 97 104 Vi
Itidrr..-.....-. a 96 90 Gbeen 84 80 90
Stanford.--.. 110 11T lot Muorr. V 111 114
Eiter.. ...... 107 10) JOT llarssworth.. 94 107 101
ToUls.. 15 lis 15 Totals.....'. 479 E 516
MOUNT PLEASANT DUCKTI.N LE.VGU1V
. KrtmooU. I Krnjons.
li!ir. 113 K STJIIoorrr.- 83 S S3
lloillns.-.. 93 B 11 Mil low S3 M W
Kellosz...... 103, lot SSirsllor. 96 S3 X
CrmenU,... 83 S3 9 1 15. Cbaconas. 98 83 C
Uall......... m JJ 9) I (Jiimcs .' 83 86 S3
TPtJU...,. "5"5"ti Totals H1a SI
Game Lad from-Califorriia Is
Unable to Stand Pounding
of the Shadow.
END IN SEVENTH ROUND
Former Amateur Champion Has Best
of Early Rounds, but the
Special to The WuUoitni Hmld.
Madison Square Garden, New York,
Jan. 11 Mike Gibbons, well named the
St. Paul Shadow, knocked out game,
young Bob McAllister, the California
former amateur. In the seventh round :
a slashing battlo at Madison Bquaru
Garden tonight. For four of the seven
rounds tho boy from tho Golden Gato
pelted the older and more experienced
Minnesota man almost at will. He hit
Gibbons moro times In those four rounde.
than Mike has ever been hit before In
any ten rounds of his career.
J They werp all light punches, however,
for Uecr an McAllister is, he cannot
In the fifth Mike began to light nlth
deadly effectiveness, lie shook oft th
eiderdown blous of the Callfornlan and
marched In, battering McAllister with
wicked left and rights. He had Bob
very tired through the sixth and raised
a lump under the native sun's eye.
f'lblMin t'nts Laaoiar.
At the opening of the seventh session
Gibbons walked over to McAllister and
as Bob led with his" unerring left the
Shadow pushed It uMde. seemed to hold
the glove nn instant and measure his
man, then slammed a right to McAllis
ter' Jaw. The slender legs of the Call
fornlan sagged under him and then
Gibbons was all over him, raining volley
after volley of ulows on McAllister's
face and lxxlv. McAllister was literal
ly punched drunk and as he reeled
around thero were cries from all over
the house for Heferee Joh to stop It.
Finally, after a minute and thirty sec
ends had elapsed Gibbons ripped through
a right hand uppercut and McAllister fell
limp to the floor and was carried to his
corner In a semi-conscious condition. It
was several minut-s before he was ab'e
to leave the ring.
During the early stages of the right It
looked as If McAllister had a cinch to
uln on points. He kept his left hand
continually n Gibbons' face and he haj
Mike mining with his right, which Is a
rare occurrence for the St. Paul man.
Gibbons wad outweighed nearly ten
cuuds, but this counted nothing In tho'
Mcond round McAllister hit Gibbons
three times on the nose as Mike was
sliding na with that curious crab-Uke
r.ioement characteristic of his lighting.
Time and again the California!! repeated
the trick, but Gibbons knew there was
no force to Hob's blow, and he took
dozens of punches without return while
trjlng to land his right. In the open
ing round McAllister hit him at least
tweut) times before Gibbons even led.
In the fourth round McAllister fought
Mike through the ropes and he was lead
ing on points by a considerable marsln
ding Into the fifth round. But Mike
was as frvh a if ne were Just entering
the arena, it Is said that Mike called
the round in which he would T;ct his
n-an. but until the fifth It seemed Im
osiblc tor him to ret a glove on the
fast moving Callfornlan. It was a great
fight with a rather tragic ending for a
came oUllEler. JlCAlllsicr s iiieijn.
ricme undoubtedly told aerilnst him but
he was lighting the Gibbons that tho
New Yorkers knew a year ago and nai
the Gibbons of the McGoorty lighL
CHIP BEATS CHEISTIE.
st Cntle tiny Outpoints TlUnt In
Milwaukee. Jan. Ii George Chip, of
New Castle. Pa., easily defeated Gus
Christie In their ten-round bout tonight
here. Christie was outclassed completely
throughout, except In the last two rounds,
in which he managed to get an even
break. Although Chip managed to con
nect with his opponent almost at will,
he seemed to lack the knoeout punch.
Christie drew the only blood of the
night, cutting Chip's mouth In the sev
LOCAL GOLFERS TO COMPETE.
Ten 3trmlicr of Colnmliln Contr
I'lHlt Knlrr AucnMn. Tnnrnr).
Crar-c P James district iiasscnger
agent of the Atlantic Coast Une. has
completed rransemnts for the trans
portation if ten orthe members of the
Columbia tountry Club, who are sched
uled to compete In the big golf tourna
ment of the Coursjry Club, of Augusta.
Co.. Saturday afternoon. The party will
le.io Washington Friday afterncon at 3
o'clock on the West Indian Limited, and
are due to arrive in the aoutnern city
Saturday at S o'clock.
The local outfit will be away ten days
or more and will use the links of the
Country Club which is a thirty-six hole
course, and the one which ex-President
Taft used during his visits South. The
make-up of the party Is as follows: ller
liert Shannon. Harry Wardman. Charles
Watlingford. S. P. Thompsdn, R. W. Cox,
O. J. De Jloll. 11 B. Kynon. Jr.. W. J.
Kynon. L. C Brooks. J. Thllman Ilend
rick. Harris N. Brown. Oliier P. Met
zerott, and George P. James.
BOWLING BATTLES TONIGHT.
National Caitlal Lensue-Caislol Hill w. Climbers.
Capitol Hill Alkjs.
IMstrict I,esjne-J. E. D. 8. is. Shermans, Cssmo
Post rrinters' Lesjie-Ziiiajs ts. Tannlian.
Oummerdal Lessue Welsbsch ts. n. Berberlch &
Sods. Palace Alkrs. . ...
Arcade Leaiue-Bankers " Arcadians. Arcada AI-
Inlerdenoralnational tarue-Finh ts. Sath, St.
Mark's tk Westmmster. Kendsll is. Bcthsny; ral
ace Allejs. "
Terminal Railroad T. Jt. C. A. Lesjne-Car De
rartment ts. Southern. Union Ststion Alleys
Mercantile LessTie-I'erco ts. United Ststea Trust
Company. Arcade ABey.
IVjieo Leasne Bookkceiers ts. Enjioeeriol. Bail
road Relief Alleys.
I-ostolTice Department LtsEue-Hnsncc ts. Inspec
tion. Ot Pootofllce ts. rostal Satlngs; Arcads AI-
OohimbU Lcatne-Grlffos ts. Indlan Itojal AIley.
Northeast Learie-Gannons ts. sshiflgton Abat
toir, Northeast Alleys.
Ingram Leasne Brownies ts. llnmmers. Insram
Y. M. C. A. Leaj-ie-Mciikans ts. Delaware-.. As
Boctation Alle-.m, ,.,.
Xlsrqnetts Lessoe Carroll is. St, Martin a, Carroll
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FEATURE AT JUAREZ
Beats Sempronius to the Wire in Main
Event on Card Favorites Run
Bad in All Races.
BUTTER BALL LANDS FIFTH
Juarez. Mex., Jan. Ii The bookmakers
reaped a harvest this afternoon when
all of the favorites went down to de
feat. The defeat of Butter Ball in the
tlfth race was the hardest blow the tal
ent received. The Sempronius gelding
was held at 6 to 3. lie flattered his
backers to the turn Into the home
stretch when Lofty Ileywood challenged
and In the run to the wire the latter
overwhelmed the favorite and won with
lots to spare.
The talent received another solar
plexus blow In the sixth race when
Uarsac the even money choice, had u
succumb to the superior speed of Ben
Getty and Bonne Chance. Bert Getty
orened at sixes, but was quickly ham
mered down by the wise ones to threes.
Defy at 13 to 1, the longest priced win
ner of the day. Just managed to beat
out Joe Woods in the second. The sum
HltWT ItACE-rVe and onehalf fnrlonra. La.
EKrrlli. 110 (Casanangh). t to L won: Berths V..
110 (Grrw-I. 60 to 1. second: Felma. 110 tMolesworth).
i to 1. third. Tunc. 17. Ls. VsletU. Va, Vs. Mabtl
Clutsoo. Irish Ann. VkJet. Msj. Cssh Girt Attica.
Ads Kenheilj-, Hirer Tune. Strsesta. BorUnstvn.
snd Bess also ran.
SECOND RACK- One and one-suteenlh relies.
Defr. HK (ItUinst. IS to 1. won: Joe Woods KB
(Mr-Msrtial. 6 to 1. senol; BUel-cjcl Misan. ICt
iMrDoiuMI- 7 to I. third. Tune. 1:17. Araitx.
I llUIIuUns. llotmec Burn. Quick Tup. !.
Lrrd Elam. Jark Luson. Jim raSerata. inula
Emms. Ldwia T. Pner. snd BalciiS also run.
THIRD RACE-rlre fnrkmsi. Onmsr Lsd. H3
(tVrayl. t to I. won; firsj's Ksionte. M6 (Groh). 10
to 1. second; Bruht Stooe. 110 (Johnsoo). 10 to 1.
third. Time. 0:333. Real Worth. Chrutmss e.
Cslriam. JndiJ Denton II. Dan Bcrrj. Mrss My.
Hose of JediUh. Chsilrs Gcctl. Toj Itoj, snd Boct
Thomas alio nn
roi'BTH IIACE-Lm Victoris Handicap: six fur
lonss. CoL Marchmont, 1C4 (GroMl, 5 to 1. won:
New Hssen. 113 (Gnjl. 4 to 1. eeond. (1or. 103
(Kll-rtitsnml. 8 to 5. third. Time. 103 33. limn
snd Par Mreak ito ran.
KlrTH RACE Six farlonss. Lofty Ileywood. 1C
(Csrirr). 8 to 1. won; Batter Ball. 103 (Groh). 6 to
5 Kcnd. ChUla. 1C tJonesl. 8 to 1. third. Time.
1:13 1 3. Jessujiurn. Gnrly Ilesr. swsiecs. Haul C.
lnncrss InJiutrr. Onncnde Cunningham. Commen
datinn. snd IUmey also ran.
IXT1I llACK-Ons mile. Bert Getty. 1C7
(i'esnjl. 3 to 1, won: Itcniie Chance. 103 (Neylon). T
to 1. Kcond; Barsae, 109 (Gentry), eren. third.
Time. lSl-5. Fort Snmter, Jtmmie GUI. Sscllff.
Unde Ben. and Henry tValtank a1 ran.
riRST RACE Three-jear-olds and upward; sell
lne; rairse. COO; fire an dene-half fnrtonss. Gol
liworx. 113 (Melntyrtl, 11 to 10. won; Terra Blanca.
ln (Banon). 35 to 1. second: Banjo Jim. 95 (Mar
tin). II to 1, thud. Time. 1. 191-3. nosh Gray,
tjuced. EthePmrz II. Hilss Grrnnn. Henotle. and
Jdm 3lorris also rui.
SWND RACE Thre--jear-oKis sml noward,
selhns. rle and me-lialt fiu-lour.. Oaklsud. 113
Unwell. 13 to S. ii. lUt Msslcr-on, Ul lllekettl.
3 lo 1 tecn-Kl: NIV. 100 irtinlnn). S to 1. third.
Tmw. I M Dr. Kendall. Incuion. Rye Straw, and
Priiicw (lup also rans
THIRD nArE-Thrrr-jrsroMs: purse. a: Hi
furlongs. Korflisre. 110 (Borrll. to I. won; nicti
Oass. 113 (Martin). 13 to 1. second; Brave Cunanler.
113 (Callahsn). I to 5. third. Tinie, 1.13 35 Luni
Ttstcts. Hill stream. Lost rottnne. and Irsn Gard
ner alio ran.
FOURTH RACI-Rsls-Tillc Handicap: three-jear-otds
snd npwsrd; six fnrlorcs. Czar M.cbsel. 93
(McCxhey). 8 to 1. wen; I"nnce nermls. MS IMe
Issart). S to i second: Old Ben. 110 (Borrll.
2 lo 1. third. Time. 1-JS1-3. hhackelton. Roysl
Tea. Chuckles. Bounle Kelso. Good Day. and Talan
qnin also ran.
ITTTTf RACE Three-year-olds and upward . sell
in;: are and one-half fnrlonjs. Kirs. 1C3 (Sumtcrl.
i to 10. won; Clem Btacbey. Ill ((Vkfttl. I to I
second: Tt.eo tink. K9 (Wanll. 13 to I. third.
Time. 1 .101-5. Toin d'Or. Richland. !csrlct 11m
wml. Bale llmxlon. lone. Vcilehen, Tom Kin;.
Nimhos. and llood also ran.
SIXTH RAC&-Turet-Jear-olds and npward: sell
ing: pone. JX0: one mile. Ford Mai. 103 C-mntrr).
7 to 3. won; Wood Dose. 1C3 INeandtr). 1 U 1,
second: Helen St. SO (Mnrphy5 to 3. third. Tnne.
1-H. nan-ourt. Indre Jlonck. Eaton. Silicic, and
Fawn also ran.
Y NEW YORK TSLKGRAPH.
First race Callerout. Dick's Pet,
Second race-Lady Reach. Kewple,
Third race Wnter Idy. Coy. Royal
Fourth race Partner. Ella Brj'son,
Fifth race Briarpath, tes. Ann
Sixth raceJabot. Chemulpo. Plain
First race Free Will. Ave. Gold
Second race Lamb's Tail, Kick,
Third race Tokay, Wler entry, Teu
lane. Fourth race Little Will, Bob Ilcns
Fifth race Herpes. Kdmond Adams.
Hlxth race Dynamo, Ocean Queen.
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RACING CARDS FOR TODAY.
F1RT RACE Purse. SX0; shree-jiar-olds snd
ward, relun:; x fnrlnrs. (Vttsrs tl Ma,ui s t
Mater. 09; Itojcr Gord-m. 105. Clilt Maid, I lns
Pit. 98: Colfax. 105: tiauant Bor, 33 Flak,
Dnke Hal. Kl; A1 Jones. 1V Tom Hancock. 9
Runaway. 1(9: SnrfasMnj. SS 'Calkr Oat. 101 'Old
"ECOND R.tCll"nr. CT0 two y ar-olds nKies
three fnrlonss. Cnslsl 1 l"".liile. HO Firule.
110; Lsdj Rca.b. IK lli.l FihiUn 10 lellow
ITcwcr. IM. -Ncrrua I 11 Hem i 1' Rsc h
THIRD RACE I-.r"- S3.- Hirer rar4d iml
niwaid: rJm-: iandicr sis imksiji. Water
l,r - SVnk llnd O. VH C I HO V TA
Clark. 1C; Chartur. tti Ladr LhlrJnj. MS: Amu- '
ret, M5; Canucoo. IO Lraauet, ct: icja jicicu.
KOL'RTH R.'C-rr. H00. three-jear-oVls snj
nrwsrd -nin ItsndKsp. tn-e mile and twenl
ssnis .Mar rn K. KO; Eiu Bryan, ins Pol
ncr. 110 Uin ico. Joe DucoU. 113 Bvb R l6
U II. Altai- w
H1TII i:ll. Purse. iXT thiecrcsr (l a
unnard -. 'Iii i -tllKV ami rotrr- hi. ami enr a
hirlowrA Ith.ltnrs II. KV ."-row FUkea. W
jlf. .ur lul snl Gim 1(9 Mama 3i4mon
103 ot. Msrf H3- Bnar Path. 110 Tctn Bor. .
Votes. Vt i:t' Eav 113. Mn-nlen, US. Cam-Uu
III 'I-iora T la Aurora. Irs nn Tilly ICT.
MXT1I t:rE I'm . SX3 three-Tear ids M
nrward cllinl ec mile, ftjnc Ysnsre. Ill Clir
Tol- 101 Jim "s(trrT IX Mslot. 109. Cliemrdpn,
15? lillis, Kl. rrj-nsmilc. 115. No .Msnsjr, 00
L. M. JVrt. 1(J: lr DoicTt. 113 'Plain Ann.
M3: OU Jordan. ST.
Arrrentr-e allowance claimed.
JIRST RACE-SdBni: three-jearilds and r
wsnl. one mile. ATe. SS; OId Ootch. K F
lll J: Downland. M; Blue Beard. 100, . -1 r
IhK. 100: Fire See. 103; Blsek Bent a. 103 Jos
VtM!s, 103: Ben Cocas 103: Homcoo. 10s.
i-IX'O.M RACE-Scllins. three-aroUs;
and cne-half furlonffv "Transact. 103. Hjli I0
KKk, EO: Ueorje lHrkhoo-, 110; Ronnd Up. i1
Imuo Joe. 110; Bsltimorr. 11: Uncle PhO. lt.
Ton Knlztil. 113: Dalston. 113: Dr. Jailer. 1
Lamb's Tail. 113; Dnsty Date. 113; Mcssah. .U.
Art Rk-k. 113.
THIRD llACE-Porse: two-ycarolds; three for
kmss. Marie C. 109: Tjpe. 113: Cannouade II
CommanrctU. 109: Blue Racer, 1C9; Ben s Brcthcr
113: Milton Barber. 113; Lady Csrricions. II
Trulane, Ul; Tokay. HI; B. A. Jones. 13).
FOURTH RACE Thrte-jcar-olds; Laredo Handi
cap; lire and one-half fnrkmca. Theodonta. 97 I
Capt. Burns. 100; Bob Henslry. 103: Gipsy Lore. 1CJ;
Alris. 103; Binj. IK; Utile tViH. HO; Orb. IB.
FIFTH RACE-Semnt: three-yesrlds snd nn.
ward; fire and one-half fnrlocss. Jcwrl of Asia M,
Msrsand, ft; Btn Stone. IN; Cloak. 103. Eta
Tadwick. 1(3: Nana Nick. IS. Herj. W
ralatahlr. 101; Morallsht. 1C3; Zolu. 103; Atonal
Interest, 1: Rkl Hart. 10S; Ilex. 103; Edmond
Adams. IN: Cncte Jimmls Crsy. 113.
SIXTH RACE-Sellinc: Uuce-yesr-olds and up
ward; one nule. Tom Chapman, 100; The Monck,
100; Frank-. Kl: 'Anne McOee. MI: Dynamo. Ml;
Ocean Queen. Ml; Bister Florencr. 103; C. Vf.
Apprentice allowancs) claimed.
Ilaydeta Ijindw Aortlirop.
Totranda. Pa Jan. Ii Laboring under
fear that Jake Northrop, the Monroeton
boy, and manager of a moving picture
show here, was going to be corraled by
the new Kederal Baseball League. Jack
Hayden, manager of the Louisville Amer
ican AsuocLitlon. vcame here from his
home In llrvii Mawr. Pa., and after sev
eral hours conference, went away with
a contract bearl g N-rhrop's signature.
It took a four hours conference before
Hayden landed his man.
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