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1 THE TTT1 WASHINGTON WAUTX1T TIMES TflTPS SFXDAY SDlA Y SEPTEMBER 9 1906 lOfli
I AMERICAN LEAGUE LEA UEAVEAtES AVERAGES 00 HARVARD MARY ARpTO TO TOTRY TRY AGAIN AGAI N
GOLDFIELD NEEDS NEEDSFIGHT NEEDSFIGHTPROMOTER
FIGHT FIGHTPROMOTER FIGHTPROMOTERTex PROMOTER PROMOTERrex
Tex Rickard Has Not Had HadEnough HadEnough HadEnough
Enough Experience in inHandling inHandling inHandling
Handling Scrappers ScrappersSHOULD ScrappersSHOULD ScrappersSHOULD
SHOULD CONSIDER WEIGHTS WEIGHTSMatching WELGHTS WELGHTS1IIatc WEGHTSMatchit
Matching 1IIatc i1 Men B Below e1ew l w Their Natural NaturalPwndings NturalPtMIiti NaturalPttSMbtp
PttSMbtp Pwndings Makoa Mak Slow Battle BattleNolan BattlNt BattisiN1u
Nolan Nt Ja Must Ht Quit QuitBy QdtBy QwtBy
By CHIP CHIPCHICAGO CHIPCIIlC CHIPC1ICAOO
CHICAGO CIIlC oo Sept IJoe S Jo On OnvtndIctd Oans ha h I a avindicated 9vlndleated
vindicated himself himselfTh IttmaeltTM himselfTb
Th TM BaItS BalUmorear deserves arys VwtI all that thathas thlth thttt8
has h t8 come or will 11I come to t him hh as a a at atBult i isuit tsuit
suit of his 11S victory r1cLor over Nelson N Nelsononly oQ Nt Ntonly lItonly
only did he beat the Dane 1 > > hut he h did it itin ktli t tIn
in bitch a thorough and workman workmanIiimanner li IK IKmanner IV IVmanner
manner as a to leave no doubt on onminds t iuilnds O OJHlnd <
minds of those who witnessed Wltne ed the th fig ft flt fltor it itor l t tfir
or who hn have carefully analysed the i iporU 1JIOrllJ iIorts
porU of the battle that he was w easily easilymaster ealJ ealJmaster eajmailer
master of his ala bulldog antagonist at attagei nl nlstages i istages
stages Furthermore Cans Gan endured enduredtlently i itiently J Jtlen >
tiently tlen tJy th tM foul tactics employedXeiaon employed etaployeclei80Q employedNelsen
Xeiaon ei80Q and for his h own part fought d dlIpan < t tlean ttkan
lIpan < lean battle although the temptation to toinert tamtt t tIi
inert Ii et foul with foul must have been a astrong asiron aIrong
strong siron one
Foul Was Dcliberata DcliberataThere DeAberatsThere
I IThere
There is but little doubt that ttNong Nfttoon Nsonshnal s sfinal
final offense o < < e which lost oet hum ht the flhtwas fight fightwas ht htwas I
was either the result of advice from fro his hisi hl hlnmer
i orner or J was committed under the im irnptt1s impulse ImflulBtc ¬
pulse ptt1s of the moment hut in either cane canedone c casedone UIt UIttiunf
done deliberate deliberately For fortyodd rounds roundshad roundh roundsI
h I < had rusbet t at Oans Oan with about as asmuch asIrUC1 asnue
much IrUC1 nue effect is a wave dashes duh upon upoarock a arock arock
rock The Th colored boy had successfully successfullywithstood aucCflfllltullYwithstood succensfuflywithstood
withstood the attack atta k displaying u van variety vant van vanty ¬
ety t > y of method in so doing that had hadbrought hadhroucbt hadirought
brought the baffled baftl Dane to the pitchc1 pitch pitchof pitchpf
of desperation and meanwhile indict Inflicting indictIng Indicttn ¬
ing tn terrible punishment The much muchvi muchImtfod muchatmted
vi tinted endurance of the younger youngert youngeUJhter yrntngerZihter
UJhter wu beginning nlq to wane asd ad vh vhtr viet
tr t rv ry seemed no nearer than at the belnnIM beginning be beginning ¬
ginning He had done so much iou iouork foulork foul foulwork
work ork that possibly he believed he couldIn coulddr could couldIA
dr < IA a utUe more But he overreached overreachedhimself ovtKrthedhlm overreachedhimself
hlm himself lt Anally and lost not ony thetl thetight the thetisht
tight tl h t but also renouneed all claim to tothe tothf toth
th the sympathy that would have been een his hIahad hishad hi hihad
had he fought a fair air and square re battle
Nol Nolan Mst Qttit QttitIt QttftIt
It seems to be the case ea that right no noXelson now nowX18OIt nowNelsen <
Xelson Is in deeper disgrace dl CfI even tha thaOans than thanGans thanGans
Gans ever was The tatters latter acts wet wetalways were werealwllY werea
always a condoned co In a measure re by bytn bytnfact in infact the thefact
fact that he was obeying Instructions InstructionsFor Itructloluloor InstructionsFor
For oor that matter tter Nelson N probably was wasafter wa waR wasafter
after R fter a fashion but no manager of ofCans ofGans ofGaas
Cans ever Influenced him to fight foul foulIt toulIt foulIt
It hi pretty certain that Nelson will willnever willnever WI WI1ever
never be able to light again pIn under the theguidance Ut Utguidance
guidance uldanee of his present manager ma No NoIin Nobn NoIan I
Ian Now that the Dane Is dethroned dethronedNolan dethronedNolan
Nolan can no longer dictate cutthroat cutthroatterms eutthroatttrms cutthroatterms
terms such as he has been In the habit habitof habitof habitof i
of imposing Im q and through throu < < b which be has hasflucceded hassucceded au auucceded
flucceded In getting himaelf so univer universally ull1verany universally ¬
sally any disliked that a number of 0 the themore themorf themore t
more prominent promoters have de declared declared dodared ¬
clared their Intention Int ntlon o oC refusing refuan to tonegotiate tonsotlate tonegotiate
negotiate with him at all allExperienced allExperieJHM allBxporascod
Experienced Promoter Needed Neededkrplsen NHi NHiel v vkelson
kelson el on received probably the worst worstbeating wotb worstbeating
beating b aUn < < that a fighter Apt has ever ev r exper experienced experienced experleneed ¬
ienced since the th days of bare knuckles knucklesand DuckHand knuckicsand
and it will be many ny weeks w u before he hecan hecan hecan
can even think of entering entenIn the ring It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been Infinitely better for forhim forhim
him all around had he stood up and andfought andfoupt andfought I
fought In which case he would have havegone havegone havegone
gone out inside ten or twelve rounds roundsGoldfleld roundaGokJft roundsGoldfleld
Goldfleld GokJft ld has tasted blood and Is al already alrfady already ¬
ready talking of another big battle battleGan battleGanJi battleGang
Gan Gang and Britt betas bel mentioned as a the themoat themewt themnst
moat probable opponents with a purse purseof puneof purseif
of if satisfactory magnitude 125000 and andpossibly andpossibly I IpOIIIIb1
possibly more It is I to be hoped that Ifthe if ifthe Itthe
the liberally disposed dl Nevadans pull off offanother of ofanother o oanother
another pugilistic event they will begin beginby beIrInby beginY
by Y securing 55CUL1fl the services of a promoter promoterwho promoterwho promoterwho
who understand his hi buslnes busln Such an snindividual anindividual anindividuAl
individual was wa badly badl needed to engineer engineerthis engineerthis engineerthis
this last affair The first ft duty of this thisfunctionary thisfunctionary thisfunctionary
functionary would be to see that what whattver whatnr whattrer
should nothe not note nothe
matched they
tver nr men are
weight wel ht that would wouldforce wouldftr wouldforce
he > e obliged to make a < <
force ftr e them to fight at anything less lessthan 1 1than lessihan
than their very best condition Then Thenthere Thenthrt Thenthir
would be beInfinitely beInftnltely beinfinitely
there thir > would be a fight that
Infinitely superior to the OansNelson OansNelsonbattle QtuaNel8onhattle GeneNelsonbattle
battle which after all la I said ad was w a amost amo aurnat
most mo t unsatisfactory agaW affai chiefly ehle y from fromthe froMtheTflUIOn frontthe
the theTflUIOn reason that not only onl Gene 0 but Nel Nelson Nelm Nelsn ¬
son m also made ma far too low a weight welptfor welptfora for fora
a finish ft nlllh contest
Outside With This Pipe PipeSam PipeSam PipeSam
Sam Berger has ifcen doing an exhi exhibition exhibition exhihition ¬
bition stunt at a local theater for th thpaet the thepast thellast
past w Wfek k and has Ita made mAde tde a good many manyHdmirers manyadmirers manyadmirers
admirers among mOD < < the Chicago sporting sportingfraternity sportingfraternity portlnltfraternity
fraternity To them tb m he e has imparted parted his hisambition h hamblU hisambition
ambition amblU a to tackle taCklenot not at present but butin buthi
in 11 a couple of years perhaps perhapelhe perhapelhemighty perhapstheniighty the themighty
mighty Jeffries Je < < rtea Berger believes that thathy thathy thatby
hy by that time U he will have haveboth progress progressboth progressed progressedboth
both In strength IItreIa < < tb and allaround expert experience IxperlEnce expertenee ¬
ence until he wllj wll be a match for the theplant thehmt thegiant
lVe lVeJeffs hieTfrrs IlieT4fr
plant hmt Right now Herder looks
Jeffs T4fr most logical opponent should the thelatter thelatter < he helatter
latter be Induced to put em on once oncemore ocemo 0icemore
more mo The youngster Is as tall as Jef Jeffries Jfffrlts JeCfries ¬
fries has h about the same e reach and andweighs andwels andweigs
weighs over 900 OO pounds trained rignt rigntdown ntlrntdown ntgntdown
down What he h lacks however is the theexperience th thxJWrten theCXPtICOCC
experience xJWrten that thathe he figures a couple more moreyears moreyea moreyears
tonal will him himJeffries himJe himJeifries
years yea as a professional profe give
Jeffries Je < < rles has lately Iy coyly admitted that thatif tbatIf thatI
if I f there were any more U 3000 purses purseshung pur1lltlhun purseshung
hung hun < < up u ui M could probably be Induced Inducedwait Inducedto
to t try for one et e t tbsei bether he1dU he1dUwalt heiUwait
=
wait two y yfeet years for Ar iffierget Berwer to per perf perfret
feet f t himself however Is rather doubt doubtful doubtfu1 doubtful ¬
ful
Other Ot 8rU Wile Got G < < TheirWhile Their T TheirsVhile elrl elrlWhll
While Nelson was getting tUnc his h at Gold Goldfield Goldfield Goldfield
field on Labor Day several other prom promising prOm prOmIslnl promsing ¬
sing fighters were being heln < < similarly treat treated treatd treatd ¬
ed d Probably pro ly the most noteworthy case casewas CIWI81a camewas
was 1a that of Billy Mellody at Chelsea ChelseaMass Che CheIa ChelseaMass
Mass Ia who was forced fo to succumb to torlrtc toJ toJoe
J Joe Thomas alter eleven rounds of tfr terrifle tfrrlne
rifle battling batUln in which the Calif Californian Californianhowed Utornisn Utornisnhowed or nian nianshowed
howed himself to be one of the very verybest verybttIt verybeat
Thomas Thomashas Thomashu Thomasham
best welters now no in training
has been coming steadily for the past pastfew pastfew 1UIt 1UItttw
few months ID fttM and seems to be the logical logicalchampion Io logicalchanipldn < < kl klchampIOn
champion at that weight wetarhtmODC among the thepale thepa thepal
pale pa pal fares at least leastIii Iaat1ft leastIii
Iii Iii the other Labor Day events eventsJack eventshtck eventsTaclc
Jack Dougherty was m beaten beiI n by Mike MikeSullivan M1keSuUiIn Tho ThoSulIivin
Sullivan after uttra a desperate d pirate te nineteen nineteenronnd n1 nineteenrnuid teen teenrOtlH
ronnd rOtlH struggle trug le at Butte and nd Abe At Attell AtItll Attell
tell pummeled pumm led Prank Carsey c so flrece flrecev ftreefh ftrecely
h v at Davenport Da pnport lowaT Io 1owa that tbatrhe the Italian Italianquit 1 1quit IthUanquit
quit in the thirdround thlrd UDd Thus Abey bey had hadample ha haamp hadample < <
ample amp satisfaction for Carseys Cante neys claim claimthat claimthat < 131mt
that t hat he had bad the beat of their first firstbattle Antbattle flnstbattle
battle fought only a few week ago ap at atGrand atGrand atGrand
Grand Rapids
COXSWAINS MISTAKE MISTAKECOST MISTAKEGOST
COST HARVARD RAGE RAGEI RACEBlagclens
I
Blagdens Ignorance of the theCourse theCourse theCourse
Course Course Fatal When His HisCrew HisCrel HisCrew
Crew Had ChanceWIND Chance ChanceWIND ChanceWIND
WIND ALSO HELPED SOME
Cambridges Choke of f Ps Position PNlti + tien Cat CutPIura CatFigure C
Figure ia i Early StagM StagYAmari StagYAmarieaWiIl StsgsiAmarlcans Ameri America ¬
ca eaWiIl cans M Will Try Again Agai
j
PUTNEY England Sept S IThe The win winning wbtnlns winaing ¬
ning of the Cambridge crew from Har Harvard Harvard Harvend ¬
vard this afternoon was one of the th fin finest ftnt fliteat ¬
est contests ever rowed on the historic historicPutney blatortcPvtney historicPitney
Pitney to Mortlake course couneThe courseThe I IThe
The weather conditions during durl the day dayand da daand dayand
and until within half an hour of the tint tintIt 11 11t time timemet
met t for starting tart the race were perfect pertClIt
It was a bright brl < < ht day full of sunshine and andgenial aMsenlal andgenial
genial warmth little white clouds fleck flecked fteeJreft decked ¬
ed the sky ky and a gentle t1 breex blew out outof outor
of the southwest southwestAt uthwL uthwLAt
At 4 oclock the wind wtndtrhened freshened and andcut andcut
cut up the water of the Thames which whichI whichwas i iwas
I was setting RUIn < < In with the teat of the flood floodtide floodtide
tide This put an obstacle taele m 1st the way wayof warof wayof
of the rowers which smashed ail II hopes hopesof hoPNoC hopesof
of making the course in record time 11
Ho N Delay at StartIt Start StartIt StartIt
It was 4SS oclock when the crews crewsput crewsput crewsput
put their shells In the water wat r Harvard Harvardwas Harvardwu Harvardwas
was first to embark but the pale blue bluefollowed bluefollowed bluefollowed
followed Immediately The crews rowed rowedslowly rowedIowly rowedslowly
slowly to the starting point where the thepreliminary theI thepreliminary
I preliminary directions were ere given givenThe KtvenThe givenThe
The actual start tart of the race was two twominutes twomlnuu twominutes
minutes ahead of schedule Harvard Harvardhad Harvardhad Harvardhad
had the Surrey berth while Cambridge Cambridgewas
was w In the Middlesex iddlesex position this th mat matter matter matter ¬
ter having havl been decided by the toss ofa of ofa ofa
a com coin between the two captains Her Harvard Hervrd ¬
vard ant being the winner and getting < < thechoice the thechoice thechoice
choice of position as popularly believed believedThe believedThe believedThe
The real advantage advant e at the start tart was waswith waswith 1
with Cambridge CambrIcS however for the Mid Middlesex I1d I1ddleHX id iddiemex ¬
dlesex side of the river at Putney forms formsthe formsthe
the lnn inner n r l course Our of the first turn turnSo turnSo turnSo II
So at 428 the race was w on Cam Cambridge CaJDbrlqe cantbride ¬
bridge taking takln < < full advantage of her herposition herpoltlon herposition
position put her full power into the thestroke theetroke thestroke
stroke and succeeded In gaining a slight slightlead slightlead IIUKhtIfad
lead at the very start Harvard strug struggled etruKleft struggled ¬
gled left beautifully and in perfect rtect form to tokeep tokHp tokeep
keep up 11th 1th th the Englishmen but butat was wasat wasat
at great disadvantage against the wind windand windand windand
and the Cantabas pulled away to such suchan SUeftan suchan
an extent that they were w re two and a aquarter acluartrr aiuarter
quarter lengths to the good ood at Crabtree
Regained R ined Lost Ground GreuadThe GroundThe GreundThe
The boys boy from the United States did didnot didnot didnot
not lose heart for a minute but plugged pluggedsteadily plUgsedI pluggedsteadily
I steadily along a 100 < < On the other hand the thelong theI thelong
I long continued strain had begun to tell tellon telloa tellon
on the leaders who began to t fall back backa
a bit so that when the crews ere came un under uni undcc ¬
i der Hammersmith bridge brId < < e the Yankees Yankeeshad YankeeaI Yankghad
I had made up a length and a quarter quarterInch quarterI quarterinch
Inch by inch the Crimson boat ate ateinto ateInto ateInto
into the lead of its I live As the crews crewspased ere erep8eCi crewnpesed
I
pased Beverly brook Harvard was only onlyone onlyOM onlyone
one length etk Stt to the bad and the rowers rowerswere roWeniwere rowenawere
were still In a as good oo4Itorm form as at the thestart Uteatart thestart
start startNow atartNow startNow
Now the sace ce was nip and nd tuck Cam Cambridge CaMbrldce Casebridge ¬
bridge striving to pull away and Har Harvard Harvard Hazyard ¬
vard bending bendl every eer effort to come ineven in ineven IneVfn
even terms te with her herAt MrAt herAt
At Load Mills Mil the boats were stillJust still stillJtist tJlI tJlIjust
just about a length apart the bow of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Crimson being Deln on even terms with withthe withthe 1t1t 1t1ttb
tb the stern tern of the Light Blue Bach eh crow crowi erewwaa crewwas
i was hitting it up to the tune of 17 17strokes XIstrokes
strokes a minute I
Coxswains Fatal Fatal Mistake MistakeAs
As the racers came opposite the theDoves theDove theDoves
Doves watchers on the bank saw w thelight the thelight theIl
light Il < < ht of confidence grow bright in the theeye theey theeyes
eyes eye ey of the Americans Captain Pllley Fillercalled Pllleycalled lIlIeycalled
called for a spurt and the fight was on onLittle OftLlttl onLittle
Little Llttl by 1 little the Crimson Ctim shell an answered answered answered ¬
swered to the strength ot her driversLittle drivers drtveraLittle driversLittle
Little by titti little her bow bet was wa pushed up upalong upIon upalong
along Ion < < the quart w a of the tjs Britishers BritishersEven Br1t1aherLXvn flritishersven
Even ven as they were about to snatch tch vic victory yintory ¬ i itory
tory from dof defeat sat the Harvard boat boatwent boatWfnt boatwent
went wrong wrongThese wroncThue wrongThese
These races nt < es on on the Thomas are battles
COLLINS STILL OUT OUTClub OUTOr J JOF
OF MANAGERS JOB iOBClub i iClub
Club Owners Made Deals DealsWithout DealsWithout DealsWithout
Without Consulting HimMurray Him HimMurray
I Ihlurray
Murray for Boston j
BOflTOK HOflTO f Sept 8 LThere There is I absoiuteiy absoiuteiyno tyl tylno
no truth in any aa talk that a recon reconciliation reonclflation ¬ I IelJ1
ciliation elJ1 Uon baa been effected e < < ected between betweenGeneral bet betGeneral betweenGeneral
General Taylor the owner oC the Boston BostonAmerican RosionAmrkn otoIt otoItA
American A League club and Manager ManagerCollins X XC Lanaer LanaerCollins
Collins CollinsThey C CollinsThey < 11I 11IThey
They met at the office of the local localAmerican 1oea1Aaaertcan localAmerican
American League dub durta during the past pastweek putwMlt pestweek
week but there was no conference cot tueace at atall ataU atall
all between the two men 6ft Another meet meeting meetlag ¬
lag 1 Is to be had on Monday MondayCollins MoadalCoIIIna MondayCollins
Collins is anxious to be allowed to torlay torlay toilay
rlay or obtain his ata release rei H He says 7IJ 7IJwOI hewill he bewill
will not stand for any aiay trade Dr DrBrooks DrBrooks DrBrooks
Brooks says 1S he cannot Me ee that there thereis thereis I Ianythlns
is anything the matter with wtt Collins Cntliaaphysically eMU Collinsphysically I Iphy
physically phy eaUy
Ow Owners Interfered InterferedOne IaerferMOne Ixiarfera4One
One wljo wt to close to the suspended suspendedmanager aupen suspendedmanager ed edmanaarer
manager says s that Collins is sore for forthe tOlI or orthe
I the reason that hat he has not hen biiowed biiowedfree IiowedI tiowedtram
free rein in the matter ma tlfr of the handling handlingof luI ndllnK ndllnKof
I
of the club that deal after deal has hasbeen huI hasbeen
I been made without wlt out his aJ knowledge or orconsent ori orconsent
i consent that he desired to sucure Me MeIntyre JieIlntyre Mcintyre
Ilntyre Intyre and nd Catcher McFarland this thisyear thisyr thisyear
year but was wa not allowed to do so and andInstead aacllnatead andinstead
Instead unseasoned timber was securedthat secured securedthat securedthat
that did not help the club at all allIt allIt aftIt
It was his inability to find any an fulflllment ful fulfillment fulfillment ¬
fillment of his wishes that caused him himto htmto himto
to absent himself from the club and andfilled andftlled andfilled
filled him with disgust disgustIt disgustIt
It is said that no other personage personagethan per personagethan onaJle onaJlethan
than BIlly Murray urray of the Jersey City Cityclub Cityclub Cityclub
club baa been secured to manage JlNu e theI3oaton the theBoston theo8ton
Boston o8ton Americans next season JJeaMOnaJHl and that thathe thathe thathe
he will not go to Philadelphia Phldel phla as hasbeen has hubeen hambeen
been intimated
of coxswains anyway and it was 11 prob probably probahl probably ¬
ably ahl due to the superior knowledge kaowl e eiRe of ofthe ofThe >
the waters Yo te of the course stored up inhe in inhe Infhe
fhe he memory of Cambridges Cambrl < < e pilot that thath thatph thatshe
ph she h won However this th may ma be cer certain cerIt certaln
tain It is that the Harvard boat went wentwrong wentlOne wentwrong
wrong lOne at Chiswlck Blagden steered steeredbis steeredhis teeredI
I his boat out too far in the stream and andthat andI andthat
I that is I the story of > C his crews crew defeat defeatAmericana defeatI defeatAmericans
I Americana Not Disconsolate DisconsolateAt
At Thorneycrofts Cambridge was wasleading wasleadln wasloading
leading leadln < < by one and onehalf lengths lengthsand 1 lengthsand en the
and at Devonshire Meadows there was wasthreV 11 11threelengtha us usthree
threV threelengtha three lengths between the boats Therace The Therace Therace
let letup letup letup
race was won then and Cambridge
up a little whereat Harvard again againcaught a againcauht ln lncau1rbt
caught up a little and finished only onlytwo onlytwo onlytwo
two lengths Jth In n the rear rearThe rearThe r rThe
The official time of the Cambridge Cambridgecrew Cambrlqeertw Cambridgecrew
crew was wn IS l minutes 11 seconds Sf II sec seconds aecoads neconds ¬
onds behind the record recordThe recoroThe recordThe
The Harvard men tonight art re t die disappointed dieappointed 118sppolntfld ¬
appointed but by no d > mean discon disconsolate thIeonlIOIt8 iecon ieconsolate ¬
solate and openly o nlY declare that roihercrew roiher rOLhererew nothercrew
crew from the Cambridge Mass University Uni Unluatty Un Unvenatty ¬
versity will ut cross the Atlantic next year yearto yearto yearto
to contest with Uh the Cantabs
BOB UNGLAUB SIGNS SIGNSWITH SIGNSWITH SIGNSWITH
WITH WILLIAMSPORT WILLIAMSPORTWILLIAMSPORT WILlIAMSPORTWILLIAdSpORT WILLIAMSPORTWILJIJIAM5PORT
WILLIAMSPORT Pa Sept S 5Bob 5BobUnclau Bob BobUnglaub BobUnglaub
Unglaub has set at rest all doubts as asto asto asto
to where ie e will play pia next season by byaffixing byaftblng byaffixing
affixing his signature to a WlHIamsport WlHIamsportcontract Williamaportcontract tlllam port porteontraet
contract for lT 1 He will draw a salary salaryplay alar alaroC salaryof I
oC 34500 4100 a year U Ion long < < am II be cares to topia toplay
play pia here herePresident herePrMldent herePresident I
President Herrmann of the Cincinnati CincinnatiNational ClnclnnatiNational CincinnatiNational
National League club offered Bob Boband 4SOO 4SOOand t tand
and the directors of the local club clubpromptly clubpromrKl clubpromptly
promptly met Herrmanns offer Then ThenHerrman ThenHerrmn I IHerrman
Herrman sent his representative Mr MrHellbourne MrHeflbourne
Hellbourne here and offered Unglaub UnglaubSftMd UnglAubl0I0 Unglaubiaoie I
SftMd l0I0 a year on 01 a two years contract contractIn eon contractIn tract tractIn
In the meantime Unglaub had signed aWtliimsport a aWUliamsport aWUllamaport
WUliamsport contract which hleh ho refusedto refused refusooto refusedto
to break breakHarry brkHarry breakHarry
Harry Gleason also a1 o signed and with withthe withthe withthe
the signing of Wofoerton and Charlesthe Charles Charlesthe Charlosthe
the entire Willlamsport infield will be beretained beret1ned beretAined
retained for or next season MallOn Joe Del Delahan Delahanty Delohanty chan chanty ¬
ty will also remain remainTod remainTed remainTed
Ted Sullivan wa was hare this forenoon forenoonand forenoonand forenoonand
and before leaving > gave ve out that tha he had hadsigned had hadsigned hadsigned
signed Catcher Charles Cb rl Street for the thaChicago theChlcaso theChicago
Chicago Americans AmerIcanr
r
i
u
Stone Still Leading LeadingThe LeadingThe LeadingThe
The League in Hitting HittingBut
But a Spurt by Lajoie or Chase Would Take TakeHonors TakeHonors TakeHonors
Honors From the Mound City Batter BatterNew BatterNev BatterNew
New York Ahead in Stick Vork
j
The American League L batting aver averages averow averages ¬
ages show ow little We change cIIaa so far as the thegeneral th thIfflMral thegeneral
general work u concerned from the theprevious thepreYIoua thepreona
previous preona week Thirteen men are bitting3M Uttingor bitting
3M or better belt Stone of St Louis fJinpI Ungs tilnsto Ungsto
I to th the lead and seems safe enough eno aiI al although 1 1though ¬
I though a great spit I by Lajoie orCh or Cb Chre Chremight MI MIi e emight I
i might possibly bly disk tee e hiM New York Turknow Yorknow Yorknow
now leads I In team t m batting Cleveland Clevelandone CI Clevelandons veand
one 0 point behind bnd The Athletics stilt stilllead stiltlead UU UUlead
lead in long Ion < < range hitting bltU thanks to toHarry toHarry toHarry
Harry Davis who has thirty points pointslead pobt pobtlead pointsload
lead over o all competitors COID tltorw in Individual Individualslugging individualslugging
slugging sluggingPour alugtqFour sluggingPour
Pour pitchers ptebe still have perfect field fieldIns ft fieldlug
Ins lug records Jack OConnor tops the thecatchers thecatehen thectchers
catchers Jones heads hea the first base basemen basemen ¬
Crawford Crawfordputting CrawfordputUDIf Crawfordputting
men on allseason merit Sam
putting In a strong claim for the t few fewgames fewpmea fewgames
games he has played Lajoie Lajoi tops tos the thesecond the8eCOnd thesecond
second Backers eken and an Bradley excels at atthird atthird atthird
third Davis Is I the chief shortstop and andFielder andFletder andFieder
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By RICHARD DAHLGREN DAHLGREN DAHL REN
LONDON Sept S sTtte > The entente cor cordiale cordlale condiale
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Great Britain I is steadily growing r > wln < < You Yougiv Yougi Yoitgive
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lighted with their treatment and when whenyour whenI whenYour
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and eem pretty well satisfied tlllfted with the theway theWay theWay
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sportsman > n are bound for th the States StatesI StIll StIllOn StatesTht
I One On Tht < < comprise rmpr the sharpshooters from fromI tI frO frOthe IIt IItth
I the th Queen Queenj Own Westminster Volun Volunteers VoIuatetrs Volunteers ¬
teers who leave on the American liner linerI linerMInnata
I Minnesota September IS to shoot for forthe torthe forthe
the Vincent shield against the Seventh SeventhRegiment SeveatbRpglmfnt SeventhRegiment
Regiment National Guard New York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at Credmoore next month The English EnglishI Eft8IIshrtglmpnt Englishregiment
I regiment won the shield last year atWImbledon at atWimbledon atW1mblPdon
Wimbledon and the team which Is to totepresent totepresent
tepresent 1 It this year r ls a strong atrOG < < oneThe one oneThe oneTtM
The > donor of the trophy tropb Sir Howard HowardVincent HowardYlncent HowardVincent I
Vincent M P aidedecamp to the theKing theKing theKing
King ha has definitely de ntely decided to go over overwith overwith overwith
with the team
The other sportsmen contemplating a atrip atrip atrip
trip across acro the water wat r Is a a Rugby footballteam football footballteam footballteam
team The plan are not sumeently u BeeaU far faradvanced taradaneeft faradvanced
advanced as yet y t to warrant a positive positiveannouncement pcNdUveannoun positiveannouncement
announcement announ nt but Presdent J 7 Rowland RowlandHill 1owlandHill owland owlandHill
Hill of the Rugby Football Union Is Isconfident Isconfident
confident that such su h a tour will be ar arranged arranged ¬
ranged with the idea of popularising popularisingthe
the gam game me with American collage men menHe meni menHe
i He had a long lOG < < talk on the subject with withNicholas withNicholas
Nicholas Longworth when President PresidentRoosevelts PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts soninlaw was here and I Iunderstand Iundtand Iunderstand
understand Mr Longworth Ion orth was en enthusiastic fnthuUc enthusiautic ¬
thusiastic It Is hoped that through thro him htmthe himlhe himthe
the American President preal ent may be Inter Interested latffNtH Interested ¬
ested Mr Hill has opened communica communication coommunleatlon eonimunicalion ¬
lion with the universities unlv lttea of Yale Har Harvsrd Heryard
yard Princeton Pennsylvania Pen lvaala Colum Columbia ColumbIa Columbla ¬
bia Cornell Chicago Michigan Min Minnesota Misnesota IIID IIIDnaota ¬
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Mr Burgess Bur attempt was a noteworthy noteworthyfeat noteworthYt
nattatortal He e was in the thewater tMwatfr thewater
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I John J 1 Flanagan Irish IrishAmerican American A C CI
I 18 feet 134 1 Inches S P Gillies New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York A 0 C second 158 15 feet 5 Inches InchesR InchesIt
I R It J Sheridan I A A C third 151 151feet Wfeet 151feet
feet S Inches laches100yard lachHlOtyard IncheslOSyard
100yard dash dashFinal Final heat won by C J JSelts JSel 1 1Sells
Sells Sel N K Y A C R L Young Youn I AA A AA AA
A C second Lawson Robertson Robers on I A AA AA AA
A C third Time 01016 01016880yard 01116yard 010 11 11100yard
880yard yard run runWon Won by Melvin W Shep Sheppard Shepprd Shoppard
pard I A A C Joseph Bromilow BromilowI
I A A C second P PA H Pilgrim N YA Y YA
A C third Time 15525 15525Onemile 1S W WOnemile 25Onemie
Onemile run runWon Won by F F A Rogers RogersX RogereN RogersN
N Y A C Harvey W Cohen I L A AA AA AA
A C second G Haskins N Y A C Cthird Cthird Cthird
third Time 42225 4 42725440yard 6 6I
i 440yard Jun runWon Won by Frank I L Wal Walter Pal PalMilwaukee
ter Milwaukee A C James W Teevan TeevanA
t A A C kcond J W V con Coliton ton I A AC AA
A C third Time 00 0 1 1s
CRACK CRACKWESTERN WESTERN ATHLETE ATHLETETO ATHLETETO ATHLETETO
TO TRY TRYHONORS HONORS IN EAST EASTINDIANAPOLIS EASTINDIANAPOLIS EASTINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind Sept SSandy SSandyThonvis SoSandThollIU1 5SandyThowja
Thonvis the Purdue University football footballplayer footballplL footballplayer
player plL r and weight elght thrower will not re return return ¬
turn to the Western institution this thisyear thisyear
year He says that he Is going to finishhis finish finishhis ftnlshhla
his college course in the East He has hasnot Ita ItaI hamnot
I not yet made his selectionThomas selection selectionthe lecUon
Thomas has record o of 15i feet with withthe
I the lpound hammer and he was the thestrongest theatronse thestrongest
t Chi Chicago Ciiicage ¬
strongest atronse t man who played against apln
cage on the football field last fall Cs Pur Purdue Purdue Purdue ¬
due wilt be coached to football by b Wit Witham W1tI W1tham Within
ham the former Dartmouth IM rtlROUth player thisyear this thisyear
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that Ute tii he swam awa a total of more ore than thanforty thmort thanforty
forty ort miles a considerably longer lonIr r dis distance di ditane ditflc ¬
tance tane than that th which separate t8 tie tieEnglish fLeEqUab neEnglish
English and French coasts The TIt tii3 tii3caused til1seauaed ti1scaused
caused this He was w within witbl four mil milunder mllI niIIf
CIl If his hi coal go when he tired body gave gaveunder ga Vt w i1 y yunder
under the strain and he had to be takn taknInto tak1lato takrilute
Into the tender which accompanied him himsuffering hinul1en himmuttering
suffering ul1en from 4 4The
cramps crampsThe eram eramThe
The partridge rtrid8e season to now open Hid Hidthose itdt a athose
those t gunners who are unable to t g1 gPto g gto g1tJ
to the grouse moors JBOOI are having th thL tllr tllrre > <
share re of spotI aort L From all parts of ta takingdom t titci titcikingdom nfl nflklncdom
kingdom comes word that game is plenty plentynd iertv iertvand > ntv ntvand
and nd in fine condition conditJ o The coveys are arelarge il trelarge re rearn
large arn and there tb e are lots of them
The idea of o the RugbyiUs in interest interestIng Inttr1Iq interesbig
big America In the t e game Me is that there thereall thtreIIIU thsromay
IIIU may be GIN on game I1IIl football In wti wtiall r k h han
all English EI speaking 1dAK races might Ight me ncperiodically 1 1periodically tperlodIe1ly
periodically periodicallyAt
IOAt At the present time Mr Hill sa a atbe > s atbe sthe
tbe rules of this union are played plap aytt1 aytt1tuafly > t1 vir virtually j r rtually ¬
tually by b all the British colonies coloniesBritish coIonl coIonlI A ABritish
British Brlt t team am has visited South Afr Afr1 Afr1tbrM Afron i ion
on three three occasions oeeftalo New Zealand Zealanda >
a team to England last season K SAttica < < i iAfrica lAtrtea
II Africa Is I sanding dlnlf one next season X T TSouth w wSouth x xSouth
South Wales Wal and sac New ew Zealand Zealandwish t twish
wish to send a team to them inand in inand 1Wi 1Wiand >
and we W think that If such ucb Internal t i < 1 1matches Imatchftl 1matches
matches could be arranged with wit I Irnited It t tfoiled 1rolted
foiled States of America It wouM wouMmuch woullmuch woulImuch
much to promote the good feeli K i > 1 1fellowship 1fellowhlp 1fellowship
fellowship in the game of football wh whalreadx wL l h halready halready
already exists between the two ronn ronntries htntrtes lr lrtries
tries lii I in many n other branches of sport sportAll sportAll port portAU
i All these things make for good feel feeltog fPtlag
i tog and It is not impossible that th thAngloSaxon the thfIJAollaxon theAngieSaxon
AngloSaxon world alliance In which the thelate thelate t he helate
late Cecil Rhodes R Andrew Carnegie Carnegieand CArnPgJpand Carnegieand
and other notables nota were and are so dfj dfjlyinterested l llyinterestd
lyinterested ylnt tId may y be brought brou < < bt about ift Joftr Joftrby if tt ttall T Tall
all by the exponents of AngloSax AngloSax1eporta u urts
i eporta rts
Richard Croher the former f Tammany Tammanychieftain TammJehleftaln Tamma Tammachieftain
chieftain Is keeping up his winning winningrecord wintt winttrecord inning inningfteOrd
record on the he Irish turf The star tw twyearold twy twyearold
yearold y arold performer of Mr lr Crokrr Croke s astring sfltrlns sstring
string this tbl year Is only a strapping strappingby Idlt Idltby it itby
by Orme out of Rhoda R oda B Many x xyenroW xpPI xports
pPI ports regard rd this colt as Ute best tw twy twyearold
yenroW y rold in Ireland I nd this year an and andUeve < i I IIteve 1Have
Have he would give ve the best of tlit t1 K Kglish EaUeh 3 3glish
ML MLCroker M MCrokir L LCroktr
glish youngsters younpt rs a stiff argument arwum nt if
Croker had not foresworn racing on tliaside tlia rhssldf tlisside
side the channel
TWO GAMES TOMORROW TOMORROWI TOMORROWFOR TUMURUFOR I
FOR AMATEUR CHAMPS CHAMPSCfi IIAMP8Columbia
Cfi Columbia M1 ia A C and Atlaatics and andFoundry andFCMludry andFoundry
Foundry and Calvary at Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can League L egtte Park ParkThe ParkThe ParkI
The Columbia Athletic Athe e Club wi wiyesterday 1 i iyesterday l lye
yesterday ye tenlay defeated St Stephens Stepb ns IK I ICapital TJ TJCapital o oCapital
Capital City League Lea and tied the ca caAtlantic s tAtlantl sAtlantic
Atlantic team for the champion championship shir a athat 1 1I i ithat
that league lea will play the th latter c cllh luh uh afinal a afinal a adnal
final game to decide the pennant penna ut w wner w wI wncr
ner of the league tomorrow art atr atrat r rTeh >
at 2 odoek at American League Far rarTfh FarTeh
Teh race between betw these t two aggiei aggieitions aggr a gro grotJona z zdons
dons has been a seesaw affair thr thrllug1 thrllug1out th r > u uout ug ugout >
out th season and ad a great Teat game is PX PXpeeted fXpeeted i ipected
peeted peetedImmediately peetedImmediately pectedImmediately
Immediately after the finish of th trg trg88JIM tt 3 3game Igame
game the Calvary Methodist and T Tdry Fw Fwdry < < r rdry
dry teams of the Sunday School Ieij Ieijwill
will clash to determine the champlo chmpIOI3 champlnhp champlnhpin i < hj hjIn 11I 11IIn
In theV th league Calvary and FOHII FOHIIhave 101111have Fou1thave
have iH IMteft uen en tied up u for e long lOR < < while whil ril rilvary 11 11I ilVr
Vr vary holding out tim it had reai tv won wnt1the wonthe < m mthe
the championship because beeau e Mttrot Metroihad Metroviiin Metroviiinhad t 11 11had
had beaten It with ineligible In Uble men metwould vi i < < i iladder 1would
would have placed pl It at the top of ofledder 01 tIn tInladder
ladder The board of directors af afq afqev1 a aseveral n nseveral
several heated dlscusoi5 dI cUjliOI = finally ftuall de decided d delded l lelded > ¬
elded to have Calvary and Foundry i Ila Ilaone p1aone Uv Uvone
one or three games to decide wlu wh 1 W vr3 vr3TV a aThe I Ih
TV h Th l The teams agreed to play pia a sr srof > 3 3Of 3Of
Of three fau gaus = s two in a double doublfh hij 11 t I r rwhich rwhich rwhich
which were played yesterday Yffltf a and re resulted reulled r rstilted ¬
stilted In an even break This tied IIT t1JIJI t1JIJIu taaU > KS KSu
u again and the th final game will be bepulled bepulled bepulled
pulled off tomorrow
B G WRIGHT IGT WiNS WiNSTRISTATE iM8 iM8TRJSTATE
TRISTATE TITLECINCINNATI TITLE TITLECINCINXATI
CINCINNATI Sept SBeals OWright O eWritrht CWright
Wright of New York today toda won on the thetriState thetnState t h htriState
triState open tennis championship and andso an aniI J JI
I so doing carried off of the far farfampd farfampdJbvernor farfamedgbveniors famed famedvernors
gbveniors Jbvernor > vernors bowl wI He has won the th cham championship championship ehanpionship ¬
pionship three times Um in succession successionMiss sueceulonilea successionMiss
Miss May Sutton of California de defended d dI defended ¬
I
fended her title as a triState champion by bydefeating bydeCeaU bydefeating
defeating deCeaU her sister aIst Miss Florence Sut Sutton Sutton Sutton ¬
ton 75 1 1The 2 2The
The Wright rlght and Leroy match went wentthe WEntthe wentthe
I the limit Wright captured the the first firsttwo firstt1l0 firsttwo
two sets after some hard and excitin excitinby excitinplay excitlnI
play while lftOy then took a brace and andby andby
I by some unusually hard play won the thenext theI thenext
next two Wright however how had the theendurance th thnduranee theendurance
I endurance and won out in the final sot sotIn setin > t tIn
In rather easy Mil fashion fashionThe flUlhlonThe fashionThe
The scores were f ft 4 f4 4 4g 46In 4 4I 4I5a 5 5In
5a 5aIn
In the finals for mixed doubles Miss MissMay Mi MiMay fi filay
May lay Sutton and A C Wy defeated defeatedMiss d8ftlitld defeatedMiss t tMI
Miss MI Florence Sutton Suttpn and Joseph Bel Blden Be Beden
den 71 75IT I S
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