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HE IS iincni
Denies Charge of Conspiracy ir?
Connection With Bout in
<*leve:atid. 1'? i i :mI>< r 1 luluiny Kll
kane. the fratht.-rwc.iKht i hamu.on, at.o
Jimm> Dunn, hi* MUfi m i w il ?
Culiapitacy ?nd frail.i at a BOXtOI - h
B>t Johi'.atu? n. i'.. . -ii iii lull, i tt : I >?
letted their iiini.. . ii. . tii-ila\
? \Vi weal to Jehetloea tu gtvi- an
exhibition h> ut.'" Bald Daan M aea
ne got ih< r. nm u .11.ii ToMaaj >!? ?
?Jim., ut Clevi i .I had MUrd a*
Tonim- I >? igr .< 11 el K ? nn'irco. We
lnsiMeil that In. r?.il laeutity he made
knuwn. Iiut when BfctUnt, ?niend th
rlna he nur 1111 udu?. < <i ;<? Ull||ll
ftather than disappoint the ,-rowd i
told KUeejM t<* eell la and ftaleh
him quleklv. M.OInty whs knocked
o.,t in th' fourth round.'
The Make | pe and tt:" Kngrav. rs.
teama Bf The Tiny ? PlftHnll league
played their regular ached tied gam-?
last night at th. Newport Alley* The
Kngrevrr* teemed ta have an of?
night, an.j ail intee atme? t'?
their appanaata naptain Oee4e
A great n.any of tha p.ayera who
?til i aaaaeae the new commereiai
[.?aa ie wer,- on the alley* last nirht
t lag hard to get in form for the
( p e n I n ? a mea.
LAS1 HOPE GETS
France's Final Aspirant for,
Honors Bows to Papke.
Para. Deeeeaaav 4 ?Papke. the
AnWTlcan tighter, to-ntgnt defeated
Geovata Bernard a French middle
v e;ghu for the middleweight cham?
pionship, a hie p .ree and ar, tv- ry belt.
? <[??? dallv eaenaTBOd for the ovaslofi
I iphe ? as awarded the incision In the
seventh retntd, en the Frenchman
a as unable to respond to the call of
I er -.ard w as a nr. our. -ed us FV-ance'e
land hope." _ _
In the Wake of the Game
By GUS MALBERT
I Mil toe s?-v<rai roll, gee of the State aaeenMe ?nd adept, aa nearly as
' locai conditions will aiiow. uniform atlglbiut: rules theri caa be no contest*
lipoa u fair and c.notable bar la, rertalply not in football or baseball. Such a
atep b? esa.ntial in order that the cK of prpfeaalenaltaai be given a geastael
burial . i'ii.l fo .,|; It mai..festl> unfair to ask a school which la bound
Irtm lad rulaa io pis) aa laatltatIjp wnii less atringeal provisions.
! llcal.zliig this, wt suggest that as earl) as practicable, in this the off
j season, a meet lag be held at some central point, to wjilcti a representati . a
j from each af Um more prominent colleges oi the Mats aril! be sent taneh rag4'
regeatalives would art f. rabl> be from the faculties of the Institutions or ftom
aniaiis !i.ii a -indent would not ... desnebi. foi th? vir; good raaaoa
that. a ao wing 11 or Innocently, hi* prejudi. would gacay his Judgment. The
no ti upon sriaom aamiM devolve this tai-k of adapting a standard of ellgi
blUty for partlcfpanta In athletic ??hii? ana old i><- Icvel-hcaacal, talr-axinned
?'od ertUlng la give ai tak<- tv? should like la see stach ? meeting ahertl)
Um balidaya an- over. Attar m< h action la iak.-n. ami not until then.
? an ai i?ug? n.'-iits ai asadV foi InlarroHagr games.
Aaneuaernsenl seatas from Georgetown th?? I* lace el Da lap * ill pre ha hip
give ,ij. bis position as atiii-iic dire, tor hi the Million University. Mia laag
win io It seal j Cell but a t > ? lagtttutlM is fortaaats in having at band a aaaa
wr?o ia eminent!) Alted t. t-k. a* ther werk a here rsailey left off Jack
Hegarty 1 ?s been suggested, and a betthi qaaiiiled man reuld not i>. fettnd
lie is .? gaad ipurtstnaa, an ? seeHenl ithlei? and baa bad enough experience
ta mxke bia judginaoi ? irrj reapaet Foi th.- v netit of the Was! ington
> school ae tio;,? thai llegarty ? ill be ism Bftectiog.
Critic Isan t ? ?. i ? i ? st* arsll i/pon m> bean r.f the rrttlcised There is alwaya
tiir apdaloa that th< erttielaai was aasaeetted, and ***o,ifeatli there is Best ice
iti th- i laim IVI all ..: i- ?, ? i? BOars) as w .? ran ar o iling t:, our light*.
I TIMM UM light i? satasjaeatlj diaa and ira-i* isreug] a baa) trail i? not eat fault.
Ill is the fault of Hi. iignt That the light should o. fresh, ned. the wicks
! trimmed and the regectoi pallslied aevei appeals -one mbm, panes -?tter the
actual eeenrreore, w h n a akrepa tive through the vista of veara is ebtaiaed.
?? bagta to ??. right,*, and than ? But what's tin use? s i. , a state of
! affair- has evlstej time out of mind and will continue It is simply the expres?
sion A the baaaaaaaaa si m ail.
VVbag old fool aritleg < "oi" >our wa and muss up all Paul linen.
!> v. j)r," t Inga the) don't know about in a wa.. t at sets you grunln'
I'out ? agg mid sw>ai 'lid tear jour liai- sud scanelaliae the women.
Reaaeaaher, '-ver>nod\ knows you're genre sinned against than sinnin'.
If reports are true, the University of North <'arolma is :<> lose th? services
'of Nat '"artincl!, who has acted as af il"t,e inatrioto- a- Chaggl Hill Cart
| ntell, sa>!> th< stoi?. is to t.-k? Mike ?urpheTja plai a a' iht LTnlvaraitj of penn
sylvsalg The veteran trainer, broken In health is renting la the fair South
! land In ordei to regain '.Is health. (*artme!l w ill sts-t on his work st om ?
i road .tinning the track team at Pcim. At <'h;-pc) Hill they do not seem to
j know anything about tb< change ''artm li is new in Philadelphia, and as all
! the Philadelphia papers sr.- printing the stor> as fact, it must be correct.
Same time ae-o we read w.th much pleasure thst the severs! sporting news
j writers had ag:<- 1 not to mention the nsme of s negro who won the title of
; heavyweight Champion it. th^- pugilistic world, who sought press agent publicity
t'.ro'igl. his notorious acts Nearly nil of 'hesc writers kept tbelr word But
as sjor as h<- -:iu!shed from thr snott'ng sheets the news section scsreheads
blat all ever the par**, m^relv he suse be has outraged the sensibilities of
[aver? decent white man and woman in this broad land Juat one satisfying
I reflection results?I? '.a probably, i ts obit
Followiag in th.- araaM of .To-;n M<-<;raw. who early In bis managerial
, ? ar'-er SBgaged the servl 's of Wllberl Hoblnaon to teach the young hurler
boa 10 shoot man- of h- t-.g league leaders are '-ngaglng apeclallsts in cer
tat' l^t es Will'" K'el?r will have the Trolley Podgera In tow next spring
trvtng to show them how he hit the elusive pellet In his palmy days. Kid
<i|e;,s. ii grill *elp flatm* '"allahan and his White Sox. while Heinle Peitz will
stsy m 'Ir.^mnatl with the new manager of t ;e Reds It's s great game these
,d?ve, with b inesetters r ibbers an>l sveelallsts along every line
Not ever the netloral psst;~e is to be f-ee f'om the malefactors of gr?a'
' we.-Jth Here comes Kowl-t MrCnrmlrk s, Jon of the house of Rockefeller,
being taught how to pitch h\ the renowned I>r. Mordeesi Brnwn, and, not to
be out done Will am B rrv Br a BallHanatrS of the Noi tliw est will engage
< 'tiristophe- Msthewson to show William Burry II the art of the fadeawav
[Ccvsr the sand lots since the pluto rats have eome on the field How- In the
'world Is er has st young mar. who Is given to playing hookey In his early
da>s and picking up cigarette butts In his leisure moments going to have ar.y
If rhe West??r. L?eag ,e (a to get rid of Tip O'Neil. ?hat already unstable '
orgar.irarion :s dooased The one and onlv thing which has kept the league
' tog-thet this long has been the steady guiding hand of O'Neil. Without him
! at th' helm there s shipwreck ahead. The trouble all aroae over the transfer
of th' president's headquarters, vrv h hsve b??n in Chicago, to one of the eitle?
af thi Irenll O'N'ell ob)eetad sr.d five of the eight clubs have asked for Us
i Falling weather la reported at the new hall yard, with things clearing
away at the oil park. _ _
FOR FAR SOUTH
Philadelphia. December <?Michael
C Mu-phy. 'h' ssMad trair.*: of ath?
letic teams, left be?e to-day with his
wife for TIlSIIIBgl Ills. Ga_. whepe he
hopea to regain h!a health A big derr.
or.erratlon by the I" :it vers'ty of Penn?
sylvania ?t idf .it?, with whom Murphy
le very popular, waa called off at hie
r?)'-??/. bat a large rumbe: of friends
a>eeaasjsauifed him to tb>? r-ara Murphy
Is the rt.lversity of Per..-.svlva..nla ath
BAN PLACES ON
N"ew fork. December 4.?The board
Of review of the National Trottina; Aa
Boctntion to-day expelled E. D. J.
Doyle, of Lynchbursr. Vs.. for startln?
"Arthur J." 1.07 3-4, oirt of hie class.,
Man!et tbe oerr.e of ??'?arvnJtivo.'' Fl S.
? '?las?, also of Lynch bur*;, wee suspend?
ed for his connection with the Doyle
case. Th*- horse a.lso was expelled.
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10 FIGHT TRUST
"Abject Fright" I're\ent> i hem
From organizing Independ?
WITNESS SO TESTIFIES
Hewemcycf Evea Sought to Call
Cjovernrncnl to Aid of
H ? a Or UM BS, Ucxen.o r I? Impel t -
?ni tintlnnj rslattpg la laa aeatMsjp
' !ii|>;i>> < <i u> tht Amern an s-?ai l*a?
ruling Caasaaay against aaaaJter eees
Petitors and sugai plan ter* was ad?
duced at lo-da. a healing .I. tile ? ed
sraJ govoraweat'a autt . ? Alaaadva tie
b-caljsd 'sugar trust.' Sottw- ev iden> e 1
eaajaMarai impuruu'. a] lav sjowm-1
in'nt eras ereeeaaaal by aawassai ior M*e|
Koveraaeeai la vop.es ?i letters aUatfaal
to have b* ? ii enhaiig-d l<> H. u lia-.
sseyar, tornci prsaitteai t ?? eileajwI
IruaC and J T. Witberapoon, cuperin
tendeal af the company s New Usieau*
Ilalereace Mas ir.aue in v\nb' r
spoons letters to efforts ?nicli had
been pit forth to prevent the organiza?
tion of ind- pi nd< nt i< fining couipa
niea in L?oJikiana.
in a letter written by IIaveu.e>er
la Koreasaer, lSo*. he int.mated mat,
the FaeVsraJ government wight be ap?
pealed to to "interfere'' against tne
in gamzatioii of an independent re -
Baser] ay IrVkat'ins piu.-u r*> ia*>-,e
ine>er b igge.M.ii tnat a conibination
af planters for such purpose would be
in line with what freaident Houseveit
would consider "combination in re?
straint of trade"
Tne proposed combination of the
plant-rs was not f fleeted, and Knuie
I^-gendrc, a retired plant? r. la te.llns
of some plan to organize a refinery
h< re. tfHtifleo; that "abject fright" ot
the so-railed "trust" araa< in fact, tne
r.-al ??? lac "I the tailuie of trie plant?
ers to organ:*e.
"If lt?t planter* had gone into s ich i
a deal. testihed Mr. l?egendre. "It
would have :nea:it praoticaiiy tne
Ma<-klistlng of then sugar on the local
exchange. I mean if I were an Inde?
pendent refiner," he added, "tile sugar
trust would not bid on my sugar at
tne local exchange"
The witness declared that the "trust"
niid prevented three attempts of tne
Ixf-isiana sugar planters to organise
a arge independent r-^?y
The Havemeyer letter ala? contained
the suggestion of government inter?
ference againet the plentere, as fol?
"1 have looked over the subject mat?
ter of your communication of Novem?
ber 27. bearing upon th. cnsoli'latlon j
of several sugar plantatlon.*. Of coarse. I
I do not pretend to say what la po>sl- ,
bie under the present exeo?tlv* ..f the 1
country's interpretation, and aattalB
power ot administering and controlling
the law, but it seems ?o me tnat the
action of the different plan'ere w-uid
be strictly in line with what he con
eiders 'combination In restraint ot
trade.' and no doubt gorernmentai m
teraV n nce would be taken In the mat?
OF Hit ELEVEN:
Brooklyn Boy to Lead Team Next
New Heven. Conn.. December ?.?
Tale's football captain for next season
will be Henry Hoi man Ketcham or
Brooklyn. N. T who was chosen In the
university gymr^asnim by the tores!v?
three members of the TaJe team, who
faced either Harvard or Princeton.
There was not an absentee of ths
number entitled to vote, although it
was the largest which ever balloted
for an E'.l captain Some votes, it Is
understood, we-e oast far Ben Avery.
who played right er.d all season, hut
Ketdhem's rho!~e wss formally an- |
nour.ced as unanimous
Jesse ?paldm*. captain of the teem
the past fall, p-eso-d He thanked;
the playere for their efforts on the
gridiron The t>':eyers were Vs guest*
st the T'nlverslty dub after the elec?
K**r.ham eta-ted that he was not
readv to anno .r.ce ar.y plans for next
season, but the a'umnl are strons-ly
tir-glng htm to .?hoo?e a hesd oosch
who will be an antvolntee for a term
of years Tf the system Is o>hanr"-d
Caytaln *p*ldlng will rot return as
head coach, but will p'obahlr be one
of the OjsM oe^ehing "t.lff
K**rehsxr has played re-tre ratal Pat
twn seasons sod wss the lo?-<cal
oho'ee for the captalrvcy both as re?
gards seniority of serviee and hrlt
llenc-y of performance dti'inr the two
yearn he bae been or- the eleven
HV e^me to Tale f-om Poly Trep in
Mowt choices ?*f aV Amer<car. teams
make htm centre -u?h He Is Yale's
fleet rentes rush esn's'r slree Ta~
fo-wv* BtfaeMfatrooBe*1 ->
ARE STILL OPEN
Coney Island Jockey Club to Be
Ready if Racing Becomes
New Y?rlt Deoemoer 4 ?The Coney
Is and Jockey Club mean* to be fore
armed if thoroughbred racing Is re?
vived in this Ptete P.iliowtne tne ptsn
sdoptod sin<e the gjt * of the tracPa
were rinsed. tt*U r.t'.ntv af nr.. with
??.see added, was srnouncael yest-r
dey Eatrlee will ?lose aai Januar> %
Th. VJturttT Is ? pr.id'i ?? stake* ,n
which meres cerere? Hj PJU sfe en
tere?l bv ? suhs. i Iptlon ?f $?? eecfc. **
out) ft* If m??r.* t>' ?en? with entry
A further subscription of fie la re
e aal dir ereil ?m SoyeneJper !?
1*14 ?e o' ttse anleset ???eii.reej m
fafjh '1 1*7' VseJk starter m is- T"
t:?e sddttienal T*- *"** ,r,,,
ease ta* rireeat tare-y-ar out fi?t ,r? of
the *>ner-ea? ?'l-f Tie -He'SV-. ??
the race la ate furleaeTs
Again Relates t<> Jury Sh<iotimfi
L'p "t C<>urt at Hills
NO NEW FACTS DEVELOPED
Several Witnesses Are l.xaiiiineii
in 1 rial <>t Sidna
W>;he\ille. V?, Lieo-mber 4.?Dextov
Haag, I lerk mi tin- Carroll Count}
Court, ? no. the defense eliaifce?. was
11 spoimtjl ? tor the iiillsville Courl
nouse tragedy, was the fleet witness to?
day in Hi' trial mi ?Muen AU* n tot the
murder of \\ .ll.an. M i o?lui Goad
i 'Id UM MM BtOTj ii? has told at
(Natt trials Ceacernlng UM tragedy
and his part in tt.
Om cross-examination, he staled that
he had expected trouble (mm the Al?
bans if rlo>d should be convicleU. tie
did not wam Judge Massic. be suited..
but did dil 111 It ? Uli Common wealth s
iv al other ?itiieiiei were ex?
amined, but nj new facts were bi ought
On cross-examination. Clerk iJoad
Etated that when the sheriff v.as di?
rected to take charge of the prisoner.
1 lo>d Allen, the lattet advanced a few
steps, and reacned gg if for his pistol,
and that he < tine witness; urew his pis?
tol at this um*. Thi? was about the
time the trial snot was ilred. lie heard
no shot up to true time. He stated that
r'lo;. d Allen and Deputy Sheriff Kowlc-r
and lldwatcls ?'ere the only parties
Oat e saw with pistols In the court?
room, that he fired only ones at Floy ii
Allen In the courtroom. He tired at
Sidna Allan on tha court green
He said that he had two piatola.
an automatic .Si and a >imith & Wes?
son .IS, and that he used the automa
El P. McGlocklln, J X Earrly and W.
C. White gavt? testimony similar to
that on formor triala
Judge V W. Bolen was recalled, and
stated that the Jurors, tlie- evening b?i
fort the shooting, on being asked if
they had airreed, did not respond
promptly. On? of the Jurors turned to
another, and after a few words, said
something like "about" or "not exact?
ly' and asked for further Instructions j
on some point. The instructions were I
given by the court, and they w*ro '
then adjourned until th*r next morning '
He then testified as to position of :
Claude Allen and the course of the bui- j
let with reference to Judge Massie ,
and Clerk Goad.
H. K. LJndsay, another member of
the jury, waa examined. He saw some:
man shoot at Judge Massie two or three
times, but could not say It was Sldna
-\il?c, or who it was.
C. A. Puckett. a member of the Jury. i
was next examined He saw but Utile, i
as early in the action ho made an ef-'
fort to get into the Judge's privat?
r*?om. and, flndrmg the door locked,
drooped to the floor, face down, from
which he did not rise until the battle
Cyrus Phlbbs. the engineer- who d: ra?
the plan of the courthouse, w-as ex?
amined. He was on the wrltne&s stand
TIP O'NEIL WILL
January : Date When He De
cides Regarding Request for
Resignation as President.
Chicago Peeem e- :< ?Anno .1 S
ment of what acti' n he wil take with
reference to the rec n* request for j
his reslgr.stlor. as president of the j
Western lasague wilt be made by "XIp"
O'Neil on Jan ary 1
The veteran has'-bai! player ani ex?
ecutive made this statement to-day.
but he declined to divulge the nature i
of his decision. At th" meeting in j
Milwaukee recently. th? league voted.
5 to 3. to ask for the resignation. 1 his '
action grew out of a fight to have
headquarters removed from Chirac
some Western -ity. which plan was
opposed by O'Neil.
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"jmkWmmmmXtm^ PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Of PANAMA CANAL
Dean TEiomton Explains En?
gineering Taek Which Has
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.J
' harlot tes vi lie. Va.. December 4.?
Dean William M. Thornton, of the
school of engineering at the University
of Virginia, addressed seveial hundred
students in fshifl Irlall at university
hour to-day on the Panama Caual. He
told especially of his trip to the lsth
| mus last summer.
Th's great engineering achievement
was described with the technii al skill
1 of the scientist and with the pr.de and
hopefulness of t.ie Southerner and
American. After speaking of tue fait
that Southern men are responsible fo"
a great part of tim success of the vast
undertaking. Professor Thornton said:
"And yet I tool assured that there
arises in the heart, of every man who
hears DM a feeling nobler and truer
and higher tiian any sentiment of local
pride and local love. We are South?
erners, yes. and we are Americans, too.
an<l this vast work is the work of our
whole country. God sent it to us. and
we nave done it. not for profit, not for
rr:de. not for glory, not for greod, but
for Him and our fellow man. We took
it from His hands with fear and tremb?
ling and have held our forward nay
with fa.ith and hope. Close before us
we see the triumphant end. Let us
strive that in this end ail the nations
of the earth shall be help, d and
Professor Tnornton paid triuuta to
the skill of the French canal oullders
who preceded the Americans on the
Isthmus. The isthmus still abounds,
he said, with evidences of their intel?
ligent and skillful work. The type ol
building now prevailing, the general
location of the canal axis, the beauti?
ful hospital site on Ancon Hill?for all
of these things and many more, he
said, we are debtore to the French.
"The honesty, skill, courage, a^nbttion
of the French engineers might have
prevailed agairst the natural dfncirl
! tine of the location, and even cgainst
I the treachery and greed of the pirates
of the Paris Bourse, but th?re wss ore
fue which the French did not kn<>w
| how to favS? and whieh made SS* saga
for them Impossible. That foe was the
I The Btcry of the sanitary torques'
of the Isthmus was eloq/.iently related
iiy Professor Tr-ornton He spoke of
the greet discovory of Walter sM
that the yellow fever bug Is carried by
the m?f<iu!te. and reeaJled the fact
that both Rossi and HtSsTj Carter, who
also did wonderf illv ..(Te.-tivo work in
sanitation on the Isthmus, were grad i
atee of the I mve.sliy of Virginia
Toe brilliant work of t olor.el Goey'is
may be Judg- 1 hv a fact related by
Profeeaor Thornton, namely, that dur?
ing a visit of tw. lve days on the istTi
mus he did on- see a m<>s; ;iro nor aba
of anv description, and only two BS! -
aJorg the whole line o' the canal
Professor Thi'rton said the topjg
-aphj of the Istnmue. from Gatun la
the Pacific. Is aot unike the Baggert
Me .ntains of Virginia Ho describe.i
in detail and r. woods and flguree si
t at the most ir.technl all; trained
could folios Mm intelligently ih?
?hole eng :f"!rig scheme
The address cl oeed with a trlbuf
to the men who have butit the cansl
"to the civil engineers who planne I
the solution of this great problem on
Laos of striking originality and power
ta Oalonel Goothele. who has developed
end eiecutod these plena with an un?
exampled sagacity and boldness: to the
division engineers, who have brought
to their dutlee such skill and o>aitr
and eonseeration aa are above all praise
?to each and all of these AnterKa
?he.ild rentle- ungrudging! \ p- ? ?
oratitnde an i re -vanities"
Ae e Southerner Pn '?? r
tun said he sp'ke with pocultar prld?
af the <l.vision englneera of the Atia
tic. Cent -al and Paolflr divlatona and ? <
the ( hlef earlier. orHoor ..f t> ? ? r
ease Tney are Idetttessat-Colon- I
William l# Ulbert of Alabama. I, ?
tenant-?'olonel T>. D Golllord. of -
Carolina >* dne\ B Williams >n. nf \ V
? mi a- 1 Colonel William '' ??
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Oshkosh Boy Outpoints Mike
Gibbons in Their Ten
New York. December 4?Eddie lit
Goorty, of Cshkosh. Wis.. outpointed
Mike Gibbons, of St. Paul, in every
round of a ten-round bout at Madisor
Square Garden to-night.
The tight was a disappointment to
many. t?bbons s lollowers evidently
! expected too much of him. while the
Mc Ornate* adherents looked to their
' .-.Lan to score a knockout. Both men
I Vega clever. Gibbons particularly, with
a remarkable exhibition of defensive
work. He was so evasive that Hg
; Goorty could not get in his deadly left,
although he punished Gibbons almost
<. oiitin ucgsly uiih shoit arm hooks and
upper cuts. Gibsons s blocking at times
was pe.fect. The crowd was the larg?
est that ha3 witnessed a tight in Near
York since th* special Horton law twa
[ v aara ago.
Judge Shields will Wed.
Bristol. Va . Prn?iabsr 4.?Chief Jus
! tiue John K. Shields, of the Tennessee
Supreme Court, was in Bristol to-night
1 on his wa> ta New York, where next
v. ? > he will be married to Mrs. Jennie
Cowan, forme."' of Knailimm, Tenn.
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