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JEFF AND FITZ ARE COMING World's Greatest Heavyweights Are Scheduled to Appear in Butte at an Early Date Now...Willie B. Goode's Comment. tnd BIo Fi]tzsimmons. the formter cthtm pion, will :appear in luittic in a slhort time. I rrecivelt a letter todlay from ('lark ]ail. Fifitzsitmmonts' manager, in which the ollicial news of the new partnership is givenr . T'he ttma(nager rites ftrot Sant Jose utnder date of Novemioier It,. anl says that tlhe two heavywetightls haid g.one out hunting andi left the final arrange menits for the itinerary to l;all anid Hilly Drlaney. The letter denies the alsutt'd rmtor that Jeff and D)elany hiave split. 'lThey are just as close tti.gelt't' ~ ts a vef'r ;IlI )Delaney will look after Jell's intterest, iin the new combinatitont. In his letter Manager IBall proposes to have Fitz andl Jeffries each iett fa mant it lilttte after lpreliminaries hiave been it on andtl thent for the paiir to itx foir roundstli for Ipoints with a itl si'ft re. tof award the decision. That kindl of a shlw is ,ii, to draw the biggest kind of a crowd in Buttte. .if it is possiblhhe, to 'et tlht tlln tIo s.t: d up before th'e big fellows. ' elln \ litliItl this extra inllltll'.lt .llt nt, stie go' d pre liminaries 0111 a 1boxing tiatch betw,. n J'lf and 'itz l for :a dtcistitn ll draw a; big crowd. "J he arr;atn * tltnw ta have been tlhe Ito ropen ii I. iLs .tAngeles either Novembet r -A or )I tectmIbetr 5 ilnd on the liatei of topen iog it ill th',jttnl the date the show wt ill be tilledl f r oIutt '. I tu t i a, t 'lking tui , It ,I. itl s t , l. " Iht, iaryst ille ied," ;st t ight hi a n l hI , ist .adly broken l , r the f;atlte of lit forl to stick I,, his irill mi.,s ;u :, in a match hlire I' ,,'ie leaking. Sill, ( the de fci.tion of 'hilforl, Dayton Itas had twon or three oslers for a match, but I think Iii; first realppe; aran;lce inl thlit' inlg w l ll fe in what will prove la trsa); drila.ving imIIh . ..t rry .I c('ha. thv and I );ytot, h;a.ve practicalliy fttien to letier oi ar pk ipoti btin to h e r'i o iis ol y a bit 111.I thei \\alkertille by cann t .IstiI tithe' "K i lt' in that tit eli. "Kid" \ illiant s oi f . irdliner. I.,wik Sin t of (Chicao and steveral otheri s i are \tl ig til take tn Daytn, hi ut .he th lilnks I et ter of tI .l ';llrt hy liproposition than aii lly). thinig (1,else oi l it is likely that the pairi ill .ct t, istther ,.i u. time i.xt lioliilt. ,There t ill r e n tit heirg d t '; in the I'prlpl'lsed maIltch .between(ll I ,ilbe.rt ;latr I rank )lunn. Some of tl knckelllkrs got in their work onll ilutert ;ls a strlnuter and the resuttlt is it it that he grew dlr ithre.d aiind thllrw uill his train Ing, b lieving thit he wootuh inot ute allowed toi d any f oettd. I have- sc..lori fllilund a man mli rh otl" fairly tralit, d thanlii I(ilbert has;i b ncl ;InI,1 it'1 ; surprlise to l.iearn of mlll.e of thel mwil1 who are a;t hlaime heIre 'who,. w ,ithunt caii isl. 1h1.l s to nllaik hitii, l',th I)lll i ,and (illtib t \w ei.ri. ill .ar lst ill tli ir pll. L lpara;tialns iar a g,. Neither (expectsid ito Vivol l a cientific exhibition, hbot b,,th in tentdf s t (o ;' i l fr a knI ck ,lIt. which is whlat the crowd was promised and ex p(ted. I looll k ito seel thl sel htimmers 11f backward with smie of the la(. wlh, tok sotu.h an interest in killing off (ilheit. Jerry McCI(artlhy h(as notlhir propsitim for a knockout event. Frank louion would like to take Jerry i i with an tgreetnalint to stop him in seven rounds or forfeit. It's jtist another opportunity ir the Walkerville boy to develop money iiiking footwork. The indications are now that there wtill be no match between )unn itilt] Murphy, niotwiht;lllhl hladg the talk. DLuInn saiysi that hel wanlts to+ 1111 (town.i his. $..o fo~rfe'it anld TO MEET ENGLISH CRICKET PLAYERS SAN FRANCISCO CRICKETERS ARE PREPARING TO RECEIVE LORD HAWKES' AGGREGATION San Fr:ncrico, Nov. 2n.-Prearatinlls are being made for the proper reel titl of ]Lord Ilawk.es teanm of English cricketers ,which plays here on N,-ovember ,6. A strong local teamn has been pickedl for the match gance al aln excellent contest is anticipllatied by lovers of the sport. The Yorkshire captain and his team left Livertpool for N .w York on Novem her 12. They are scheiduld to reach San Francisco on Tuesd(lay. Novnember "5. The local teamn which will go against the Btritishers will b).e chosen( from the mi(emi bershipi of lie six clubs that are mnlemlbers of the California (ricket association. These are the Alameda and Pacific, the mlembers of ihlich live in San Francisco or Ala mllied: county ; the I.tkeport aoul Burns Valley clubs of ILake counjty, the Sacra mento (eluob atlc tlhe Santa 'Cruz clulb. Though the visitors will have a strong team, tile local I8 expect to be on som-ln what more even terms with theml than with the Australian eleven which played in San Francisco in 1896. All Kinds of Coal and Wood. CITIZENB43' COAL ,O. No. 4 East Broadway. xxxxxxXXxXxxXXXXXXxxc Makes Her Look Young and fresh s what good pure beer does for the woman who is overworked and in poor health. There is noth" ing like it for nervous or run-down woman, for nursing mothers or those recovering from sick. ness, especially a beer tiat is appetizing, pure and invigorating, like our "Centennial." XXXXX XXX~xOxOOCdi ctil the tl tter utntil so1methingl like a rat s.ilaittle amoulll nlt of tIlony is tilt utp. " wi ll cover any amount p il tip,"' s;ill Frank last night. " utit I am goitig to wait not. u Fittitil the man'y is acttually tip. tim tired of all this talk. If M.\urphy anllants me il' Ica gi l lIlt m Ilany titlt he hitas thle ii oney tip. I hill l imet hini for the gate rr'ipts, winlilt r aI,ke all if hie wants t. t, u t i a. ilt g as he will p t 1111 ill t ir - tnal lt.. fior l'fit t iio app r ili tht e ring' . I t ill 1't ;any amut lll of moe1}-1(y Ilo) myself' ] or will .nc .r ;.ltv ttl5.,'t ith ' an ll)'sl ifor t'l,' it 11h , until h'I .in tl t the 'i. . is actuall) y t . I i willing to call till the It ' )) \ ithi "g w 1it ' it. alth;ott I ,. 1 i cit to ittiy I' t it'n \i it ph an i t' kt ti ft till' ' - t. '. IIp )I 11 i t ill I" 't'i h ,; i t/ ii'It '. tilth can 1 11h Ir i ultilli. i i is. I.i h.I . It i talkr 'I i f. I, lt , tIl, It'utt, h;i ur- ',l tl'it 1, 1 it Ihl i t1 ' ti 01 i 'L . .i ' |ti ," , 1 , , I I 1"4 lhItilt it 'lithe lty th i . R it'' li' ,t - h' ouI' . t nt' : hi t i t I tt1' I' iii i ' . 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IiI, l I it ine, ii a nl : the haid, h S fli th_ flirnt ranl' sh il .it the the . urk h t n ith I'\ 11 ,. i m i..d \ i a llls his , ti e (.';,t it i,,. ll, ill h illli i If ;i.t ~il, of thle ;inlrt Ir, (f tf tillh , BRUSH MAY BUY IN THE PHILLIES ROGERS AND REACH ARE WILLING TO SELL OUT THEIR INTERESr FOR A CONSIDERATION. New York, XNv. :.. -NI gltiatin'i rt tund i r way fur thu s,"l, of tihe }l1adcllphia National hcaut club to ; patty of c-t1ital ilts. In case the deali l lfit ;es tILroLtglI, as therei i every probability of its ding, it will mean the ret'irtneit trou ht lo hall of Jo tn I. IRoge'rs . A . Rtach intl I:dward ;iralle'y, the pr sent oh ni s of tl I'hitla dt llphli; t clul, . Mr. 1ogtrs bas h. :iilittdi that thi ltneo tialtioits are under way :ano that if the proper inducements in it Ilancial \;I)y are forthcmning that both himself anld Mr. kench woutld not t. averse to disposing of their holdings in the club. It is said a New York syndicate, with John T. lirutsh at its head, has teicn or ganizced to bitty the l'hillies. The syndicate is said to have $5oo,oo to invest inl tile project, but a hitch seems to exist in tIhe closing of the deal. The change of ownership may ie attrib uted to mllltly causes. ()ne is the stand taken bIy Rogers in the Freedtman;-Slpaul ing tight a year ago and another is the colonel's refusal to release l.ajoie to the New York club after the lecnnsylvania suplreme court enjoined the player from appearing with any club other than the l'hiladelphia National league organization. The latter caused a split between Reach and Rogers, which has since widened. DRAKE IS BUYING MANY YEARLINGS CHICAGO'S MILLIONAIRE TURFMAN GATHERING A BIG STRING OF HORSES FOR NEXT YEAR. li tl \l. '1 "111.I IN it M tO 'NTAIiN. N;itiville., Nov. 20,.-It is evident that A. I)ira;tk, the (;lic;ig o mtillioniaire turf Ilmailll, is pJllllling lto canI' p lgn one1(: of the lhigest 'tables on the turf netlr t year. The extent of his iilittr esltablishll'nt nt at ('nitiliirlland paiirk is isomettling tunprece delntl in Nashville. At Ipreset lie has ih hiorses stailcihd here with ani atidditional 1.iI yalrlilngs from I Lexingtoi, l, Ky., schedl ildl to arrivei w lithin a few iays, It is liii intentilon, it is s.litl, to :idl to tlhe st.lhil chluriing thl winter. Nlie retinue of iistable hI s lia lhlncluded l s o attliIlnts cion 'l i r inet r 't11 h \\ii h;rd i i i ll devote the - litir part of his ti se, to the develop int I lo the, yl -t - lll et. s ith the evi dent, ilin i.in of 11ril i tLtg l i t a g reat crop ofr , tear o.sh f".1' ilu t season IIIh is of the .pllilliin thatl ('llInherlnld parlil k is i ll ofl ithe I c. .pots in l ithe - mitry 1 r1I the pltr l :.i ;1il -ho,, the I,.;il n111, ;lllr loopking \ lover oth,"r a\ ;lilhle pli ,es. Ihe )swl Iinh r-es ,Ire to hi .e hlft here untitl shortly lh tll,- il. l i(i- o ung of the \\'. h1111 ttl n Ii lsk ti 1111 next Jlt e. \\ isl; r, I idos iinot ittc itlihe early r ii ug il .f ., yI ar o I . Ih h iiu i'h of 1.! , .It 1I . 1xi in t c - ])t i $>1 , ,,Q1..00 andl 111 I'1' ill t ;1, foillow s : :11: lilly I imill . I h . l lton by NI - l ..... I hi "tiln t .'l ti .v l' ,uinw l I 'l';it1 yll y SI1, i i iii II nl-lin ,r . I:l 1111 hll Iy - ll ll .'IIl I 1 .:i1 liI II, hy I \ lf b tl ll I s,\ I , I hv sn , 1 ; ` it l. l, I l' lrtI i I A 11.ti i .Ii I lit- V"i . i Ii \ I-n -. inni ' by h t I'li .v I il 11 ,v 1 It lIl il ii- IL tllu r i i \ t:-i -I' t.r .b 11.,i l it ill 1i iii 1 it ,,i ,l c t Ihl l e'. t'ti, I IH <li l ,l 1 , !! h 'u1t 1t I..,,ly R a,, - , I 11, s mill I L, , lnll i. le inu lh. t\ .I i" h, bI , Si1 i c!h .],l IAt lI11) h, imlp, IIh, , Trillh hy) ia.t,, I.,h..: hil,. I howinlt call L. h i n L'tr.k- 'ln"' !).y ir hI II; io 't cr. Ih . v i - 1l 1h1 tri, 1,',111 .l,'rri, I'.rk ex. 1 l iI l$l 'lhl. I h , tar" 11 the stable \\ t hI, S.,til;hh, \. ,i k1lt-t' tnld Runil lll-, at. ;a11 in t ..,,l m ushbt' m ..i m \ i hi;l .d \. r,, i onci rnelll ;11hou1t i . ,ll ,ile trip front th1 1 I"a;Ist, buh t tilh I' ll ity I " 111 irnln " lhlroullgh all right ani l ,\ilier, ;il I).,r!b, i.pel will ho a crtalinty h li . cemt, hred ill ,-ý,'ihh, bl , f r w\heiln \\ ishburl hal ,,rcat ENGLISH YEARLINGS BRING HIGH PRICES DUKE OF WESTMINSTER PAYS OUT $28,000 FOR A KING'S FAVOR FILLY AT DONCASTER. 'I I 1. It II[ I It [ l R SII ' NI \ 111 \. n(' Y )rok. Nov'. .*-. -Suict rucmarka hIh Itl ict s were brought f r sice blooded tearlini;s at a rece.l t I ;ahle chli at t)Don cat'ir,'. lclat d. A total ofi . 73-,j.c was cali/ied for just four f tlc, n e r yally-lrced maclucd., a ln the price paid for each of the ytnf, -te''s has sc ldo .i bcil .'cc lideld iat a .,ihe of ycarling, ill th'e history of the titirt h turf. A. King's Fcav r lilly by IP r .innm I'Lhatas,ie lbrought the hiighetst price of the day. 'Tl'his fily \was knocked ldoan i th t Ie .' of \ tettinster for the ilnpositg sut i o $.,,oo. Shlit is a spri.lhtly lIckittc ccimial with a loIct, deepl s.cayhlack h cly. lThe filly looks every inch a race horse, antl ithl a fair amount of luck sbhoitl atin i;aty tIles lwr pu, I chLsing price. Mr. Ilughts, thet traier for \W iliam C. \Whittne y, hid in a Kendcbctlurprict-le Not colt fcr $t5cc. lh. I i is another lupterh looking niimal iof the swayblack olcer, although the holdy is tint as deep or as utscl i neat' the si oitller . as the Ki'ccg ' FaIco" lilly. An )mte-' lai.;tsanterie filly ctent hto 1r. W. T. lhbins.n for $c5, coac, ac a noble lookinc Isinglass-La I'hI e clt. as as I omght by Sit I. 'IThurs by fori the satme price. lthre othelr cultS f'u igiht tolre than $1, o t a piece, and every yearling with a respetctable pedi trere ccte under te heilc ncr .for ca good price. iTh s tcle tes onve cf the imost noteworthly ever held at )Docmaster. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY DEFEATS ANNAPOLIS Middies Lose the Closing Conte-t of the Season by the Score of 5 to 0 Navals Had Hard Luck, SIt' Si.I TO T'I Ilt INTItR Sut NT' AIN. Annapolis, Mld., Nov. 2o.-In an inter esting and evenly contested football game the inavy football team was defeated here yesterday by the Columbia tuniversity eleven in the closing game of the season by a socre of 5 to ., Some hard luck showed up against the middies as they played a better game than their opponenlts and madle imuch greater gains in advancing the ball. The event which cost them the game was when Bel knap's kicks were blocked by Columbian linemen, when the ball was in the navy's territory, where it had rested for only a few minutes during the entire game. Time of halves, 25 and 20 minutes. OWN ZEIGLER_ HAD ENOUGH BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Boston, Mass., Nov. 2o.-Patsy Sweeney of Manchester, N, HII., won a four-round battle from Owen Zeigler of Philadelphia in the ring of the Criterion club last night. Zeigler declined to go on in the fifth rountd. MADDEN IS OWNER OF FINE CLUBHOUSE ANNOUNCES THAT HE WILL MAKE A HEALTH RESORT OUT OF AN OLD BROOKLYN PROPERTY. BY ASSOCIATED PRImSS. New York, Nov. ao.-Billy Madden, the stillknown manager and trainer of boxers, ihabis t e into possession of the splendidly fitted up old home of the old Dyker IIhights club at Eighty-sixth street and 'Ihllirteenth avenue, Brooklyn. It is his intentlin to t ransform the building into a wiI ell appointed gymntasiumn, physical culture ;itittttle and social retreat, and it will be itt(ened to the public about I)cember r. Iiowling will lie a feature during the h inUter, three allc3' ) of the regulation size unw being under construction. The menm n rsliip will hlie limited to Soo. The first .- wll hlie required to pay $5 a year, and the titrms for a:ll others will lie $8 a year. Sp.cial days will lie designated for the en ti II; inmell'It of women.. In talking of his new venture Maddlen :Iid: "I have had suitch a club iii view for : ulog time, and now that I have purchased t1h prloperty I ipropose turning it inlto a lihllth restorinlg estal lishll etll t in every l of the word. Notling will lie ontit I, d ito have everything first-class aniid pleas ;it for the nilctuitbers, aiil nio lobjectionabile ii it s s ill lie toleratedl." .\Anolther thing that laddentl is parlicu I ly interested in at present is to secure a in;ittch for either ")Denver Ed" Martin, Ithe poiwerful negro pugilist, or (;ius Rulhli, Ii, "A\kron (;iant." Billy believes the i.;son that ('orbett will not fight Martin i, that .lhe is afraid to take chances. iBut i. Cannlllllt see lihow the ex-cha.liinlll can is I1 isade a "go'" with Ruhlin. The Ios .\ingles clib 1uhas oflTered a purse of $roil,l for sutihl a imeetilg, to take place at any time suitable to Corlbett. Furthermore, Maliddleni says the winner can take all, or theII lure cain ie split tip in this way: 75 ;il -25 per ceint. If Corbett will sign Tilly t ill give ;i bonus of $5'0o to thie .hl clham LUCKY MADDEN PICKS UP ANOTHER GOOD ONE Clcophuts, Bought at a Low Figure, Will Be IJscd for Breeding Purposes at Hamburg Place. 111 %SX 'i IAl I.ti 'eiSSa. 1. inIitin, lNy., Nov. 20.--Johin ?. l:ail li. , I ;lanibtirg pllatc. ihas itbolught of Iir. IF. A. Ilirthill, Louisville, the fatl ous rair, mlirt (t hIh tius. by itmpu. W'agner, dlant I.iiiu i,. by .lacdu tl', for $6.iuoi, and she s ill l, brelel next spring to imip. Mirthful, sire of .Mexican, Acefull, Skillful, Jackfull and lairdolph. iCulphiulis was ai sensatitonal 2 atdl 3 y i'r-i t filly, winning 2i races, including inl thie ntiiuilmer mallnly valtiable stake,. whiclh sweelled Ihr earnings on the turf to $. ,ui17. ,a rly iii her a-year-old form .I. IF. Iiycer paid $7.50i for her runnintg. ý,i.ilihits and she l iii all heir races in ti c tImis If hi tin Brooklh.yn turflianli. lii h ur ; uIl the great Imp, lildte llnow o\iwns the twoi hu.st da;iihtirs of the nIoteid sire h, p, \Vagne~r. Annual SOUVINIR OpeningJ Leys, The Jeweler 1( Christie a Leys, Druggists L [SDAY, RIDAY AND SATURDAEI Leys Souvenirs Christie & Leys A solid gold Fountain Pen, sold at a Souvenir special bargain for $1.00. An artistic colored reproduction of the famous picture " Contentment " by ven Away ree Bryson. One of which will be presen ""WW T VM H V . ted free with each purchase of 50c or With every purchase of SI.oo or over. over. We will have on display a varied and beautiful assortment of holiday Our stock is new and well chosen, con g Sgoods as well as a large stock of per. tainin a variety of artistic up-to-date fumes, toilet articles, &c. Our imported designs in jewelry, watches, silverware, perfumes are unrivalled both in quality cut glass and bric-a-brac, any article of and variety; we have themr in bulk atnd which will make a suitable Xmas gift. in the original packages. This occa. Come in and look them over, make sion will afford you a splendid oppor your selection, pay a small deposit on tunity to select your Xmas gifts, make a deposit on them and have them laid it, have it laid aside until wanted and aside until you are ready for them get one of our souvenirs. We want courteous treatment to all. We want you to be present. your friendship and patronage. Leys, The Jeweler Christie & Leys OWSLEY BLOCK OWSLEY BLOCK "C~~tSC~ir1iv%4ip44i~+c~·~~4% iv J BRUSH RULES NEW YORK CLUB Followers of National Game Are Wondering If His Reign in Gotham Will Be Success ful-Gossip of the Sports. ,'ow that John T. Brush has been elected president of the New York Na tional League club it will be interesting to watch the developments in that organiza tion. Brush never made a popular base ball head in Cincinnati where he held away for many years and it was not until he took his departure from the Queen City that the old "red stockings" were accorded anything like support. As soon as a local management assumed control, however, behold I W\hat a marvelous change had been wrought. The fans flocked to the park because they felt they also were interested in the team, because it was a home undertaking they were supporting, and more than all because they were ,rejoicing over the long desired departure of John T. BIrush. \\'hrther or not history will repeat itself remains to be seen, but it is not a diffi cult matter to predict that Brush will prove as unpopular in Gtotham, if indeed not more so, than he did in Cincinnati. lie is a good manager, no one cares to deny that fact. But he is averse to work, that is tile strenuous kind of work neces sary to the successful mialnagemennt of a championship team. In (C'incinnati he in variably shifted responsibility to other shoulders not so capable, with the result that ('incinnati has failed to make a show ing in the race for the National League pennant for mlany years. To a matn up a tree it looks very much as though Mr. John T. Btrush would have a hard row to hoe in Gotham. New York is a great baseball 'town with a winning team there, perhaps the greatest in the country; but she must have a popular man at the head of it. If John T". suc cereds in ingratiating himself into the good will of tile fans of the nation's me tropolis it will be a surprise to the fol lowers of baseball history. W\e have no desire to knock Mr. Brush personally, but it is impossible to overlook the fact that he is not the right man in the right place. The directors elected at the recent lenage meeting that will look after the af fairs of the old organizatio,n are as fol lows: J. P. Snyder. John i. D)ay, II. N. llemnpstead, N. A. .loyd, Thomas I.. Ilam ilion, S. W. Knowles and John T. Brush. The new members are Messrs. lHemip stead, .lloyd, Knowles and BIrush, who succeeded Andrew Freedman, E. C. Pot ter, F. F. C. Young and II. J. htraker. Walcott Is Barred. Word comes from San Francisco that W\\alcott is likely to find it difficult to break intio any of the 'Frisco boxing clubs again owing to his actions of the past, which are said to be decidedly question able. This would indicate that Willie Pierce's man will have a hard row to hoe. Ile has been formally barred front all the first class clubs. Not So Bat, Eh? It is estimiated that Young Ccrbctt hais picked up somethiing like $.t,ooo by his cxhibitions during the past month. For a fighter that was replorted as ieing dead broke and without immediate prospects this is not so had. In addition to in creasing his bank account Young Corbett has also gained much in the way of pop ularity. The sporting public is coiming to regard him in hlis true light and Is forming its own opinions as to his real ,merit instead of accepting the idle tales of would-he knockers who have endeavored to ruin the reputation of the game little featherweight champion. Gus Ruhlin Broke. Reports to the effect that Gps Ruhlin, the Akron Giant, is dead broke are again current in the sporting world. The sur prise among those who know him best is general, as Gus has always been looked upon as one of the saving men connected with the prize ring. It is a well-known fact that he never cared for dress and al ways looked more like some farmer than a fighter in ,his hand-me-down clothing. lie has no had habits, unless his exces sive tobacco chewing can be regarded as one. The question then arises, what has Gus done with all the money he has made? At least Iilly Madden claims he has made a mint of money with the Akron G;iant. If the reports regarding Ruhlin's deplcted bank account are to be believed, Madden must have exaggerated his state mnents regarding the earning power of Gus, or else the latter must he the poorest kind of a drawing card and his share of the recripts far less than any other heavy weight in the business. What has become of the $3.5oo purse Rublin won by defeating Sharkey in England ? I'erhaps Gus allowed Madden to keep it for him 1 Being from Missouri the sporting element in all sections of the country will have to be "shown" before they will believe that Ruhlin is broke. Hall Does Well Abroad. Last year when Tommy Hall, the dimi.1 utive bicycle rider who was tihouglht to replace Michaels in long-distance work, failed to make good, it was thought he did not have the speed. Since his return to Europe e has done some great work. At the Iluffalo Veledrome track he has shown remarkable speed and good judges predict that he is the coming bright par ticular star in the Paris racing firmanent. Terry Is Busy Scrapper. Terry McGovern is slated for four bat tIcs before the end of the year. lie meets Tnommy Sullivan and lBenny Yanger on dates to be selected at St. Louis, and Willie Mack and Young Corbctt at San Francisco in Dec-emiber. If there are idle pugilists these days Terry McGovern is ai parently not one of tnem. ANOTHER FOOTDNLL MARTYR SE'i.Tl. TO liti INTER MOUNTAIN. New York, Nov. 2o.-As a result of in jurics received in a football game at New ark. N. J., November o, Rudolph Klett of the Xavier Athletic club, Elizabethtown, N. J., is dead. He was injured internally.