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L BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Joe Jeanette to Meet Winner of
Black fighters are to have a promi
nent place in New York's boxing pic
ture during the next few weeks.
Billy Gibson, manager of the Gar
den A. C, proposes to match Joe
Jeanette with the winner of the Gun
boat Smith-Sam Langford bout,
scheduled for Friday night The sec
ond engagement is billed for Oct. 24.
Jeanette's chief occupation in the
past was fighting Jack Johnson. They
engaged in numerous battles over the
short route and the former champion
never gained an edge. Langford
should beat Smith, and.-matched
with Jeanette, the result will be a
slashing bout. '
Ad Wolgast says Oct. 27 suits him
as a date to meet Battling Nelson in
some "Wisconsin ring. Milwaukee is
bidding for the fight, but Kenosha
has a chance to land the two former
The winner will be the champion
ex-lightweight champion of the
world. Some title.
Al Palzer, the corn-fed lowan, and
Charlie Miller, the San Francisco
conductor, are due to exchange Wal
lops in New York tonight. Miller has
never appeared in East before, but
has good record on the Pacific coast.
Eddie Cam pi of San Francisco and.
Frankie Burns of Jersey City have
been matched for a go in Denver Oct.
10 or 14. They will weigh in at 116
pounds. Campi has been decisively
licked by Kid Williams, but is a much
improved man since that bout.
The Michicago, owned by F. A.
Price of Chicago, won the second leg
of the Manhasset cup race yesterday,
repeating its victory of the day be
fore. Mibhicago captured the cup last
Walter Lauben made a run of 15 in
atthree-cushion billiard game at Mus-
'oey'S-'yesterday. -This ties the record.
Walsh Shows Old Stuff Again Start
City Tilt at the Cub Park.
Sox, 2-3; Boston, 3-2
New York, 3; Cleveland, 1
St. Louis, 5; Washington, 3.
Philadelphia, 21; Detroit, 8.
Brooklyn, 6-1; Pittsburgh, 1-0.
(No other games scheduled.)
Columbus, 6; St Paul, 0.
Louisville, 3; Minneapolis, 2.
Indianapolis, 6; Kansas City, 1.
Milwaukee, 5; Toledo, 0.
If it wasn't for the games remain
ing on their schedules, the Sox and
Cubs could start the city series to
morrow. All arrangements have been
completed by the magnates of the
two clubs, and the first game will be
played on the West Side, Tuesday,
Oct. 7. This leaves a day of rest at
the, close of the regular season.
Umpires will be appointed by the
National Commission at once. Fol
lowing the first game on the West
Side, the teams will play out at 35th
street Wednesday, and alternate at
each park until one gang cops four
Edward Walsh staged the second
act of his come-back drama in Bos
ton yesterday, and the result was
something to enthuse over. Callahan
allowed his star to work only five In
nings, fearing to take chances on
hurting his arm by a longer strain.
But in those five innings Walsh
looked more llke'the idol of former
days' than any time this year. He
picked up his stuff where he left "it
on his first trial after a visit to Bone-
setter Reese, and traveled some dis
tance more on the road to effective
ness and regular duty. In his first
effort wildness cropped out, an un
usual 'defect for Walsh, -