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l THE WORLD MONDAY EVElTIN GodT MJSS t1QQ3 V
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SpbRTiNG NEWS SPECI LL Y REPORlED FOR TJiEEYENINnwoRLD 7
GUNFIRf WORKS
WELL AT THE BAY
FIat Work Seen Over Coney
Wand Course Track Has
Nearly Dried Out Brighton
infield Is Under Water
filIEEPSHEDDAY N Y Oet 12
1be scne of training operations was
removed today from Morris Park to the
Coney Island Jjxikey Club grounds
The track although not having quite
recovered from the rain was In fairly
good sitoe and there wns quite some
speed < hown
W C Whitneys Gunfire covered a
mllfl and a furlong In 2 09 12 and was
onthe Wt all Uie way Hortenaia
tWened lx furlongs In 120
TrrifaSrMB 3 Healey sent Hrlander a
mile and a furlong In 202 12 Julia XL
Meted off jiVe furlongs In 106 12 Gin
ttevall did all < furlongs In 12612
Qanteloupa was asked six furlongs In
lolL
ilLDrakea Runnels Wyeth and
South Trimble going togalber covered
Jx furlongs In 12812 V
RvT Wilsons Klnnlklnnlo tod Dolly
Spanker golnc together breezed A fur
1 lants in 1S V
v The Lctus Stables Hands Up nhd
Black eiolcs turned flva furlongs In 110
fames Oalwaya Brigand gqlloped a
mile and a furlong In 203
+ J Joyner sent Parislenne six fur
longs In 121 Waterboy was conpncd to
Ha box stall aad not even allowed tr
walk around the stable
> J W Schorrs Dutiful and Cloverton
sjolng together clipped ott six furlongt
lO i19
8 S Browns Hands Across reeled off
a half in 001 12
ill Danohar cent Qlonochorj six fur
ISEgS
JJ Mclaughlin < ent Graceful a half
In OM 12 St Qnllln did Ova furlongs
xu
O II Whitneys IJda Lcdb covered
Ave furloaes in 111
Trainer u Butter sent Rothbrldgo elx
Jorlongs In 12612
At toe BrJgnton Beach course the In
Asld was ooered with water but the
track was taife and dry and the gal
fcplng Indulged In was on tho last aide
f NEW BOWLING RECORD
KNOXVILLE Tenn Oct 13A new
t i ttnpln bowling record has been made
i Harold F Crlbblns made fortynine
tI smccesslv strikes out of fifty balls
relied
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PITTSBURG AND BOSTON
CANNOT PLAY TODAY
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Grounds In Beantown In Terrible Shape
Heavy Betting on Games with
Bostons Favorites
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Unn < lln r In Clinmitlonihlp Svrlrs
Club V I P f Hub W U P C
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Boston 4 3 571 Illtiburr a T 428
BOSTON Maw Oct 12 There will
be no lntcrloague championship baseball
Rama between the Boston American
team and tho Plttsburs Pirates thin
afternoon
The grounds are In terrible shape from
the recent rain and It wan seen early
tbls morning that It would be absolutely
Impossible to play the came scheduled
tor this afternoon
With the Donton team one game to the
good after having looked like sura
losers of the series It is hard to zee how
they can lose Plttnburg has had to
rely on one pitcher while Boston had
four of flve of the first class Phllltpl
has been under a heavy strain In the
series but he has made no complaint
The fact that Barney Dreyfusj hi
agreed to give the players the entire
sharo of the receipts which goes
to the Plttsburg club If they win the
series has Imbued them with more life
and If Boston wins It will bo
moro through sheer good luck than any
thing else IJTeyfussts offer will prob
ably figure up more than 25000 and
that will bo a neat sum to divide
Boston Is baseball mad strange as
It may seem to say such a thing at this
time of year In many hotels pools have
been made and the buying qf them has
been extensive Even yesterday every
body was ready to buy a ticket Boston
of course ruled favorite at odds of
about 10 to 8 and there were many i
Plttsburgerg who had all they had
covered I
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WHEN YOUNG CORBETT
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40 WRS WILD IN
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ii THE FIRST ROUND
RYAN TELLS BELMONT
HES READY TO FIGHT
longer John J Ryan has reiterated
1 statement that if tho Jockey Club
Alias him off the turf he will fight
t to a finish He says too that no
tun told one ot the members the
club August Belmont ao Ryan lit
Mt statement cam just before he
tarted for the West lie sayr though
that ha will be back soon
When I na called to the Jockey
Club last week he said I met Mr
Qeltnpnt Mr Hitchcock and Mr Dnln
Krfl ld There was only talk of an i
Informal nature Mr Belmont aslted
we U I had ever been ruled off at Fort
Erie I told him I had but that I
had nothing tp do with the ringing
DUe there When he asked m why I
Ud not apply for reinstatement I told
him that I did not wnnt to go to Cnn
ada again heaiuse there La R arrant
out for r ihere and I did not want
1iMORE WORK FOR FIGHTERS
JOHNSON TO MET McVEY I
AU details for tho battle betw n Jack
Johri on and Ham JicVey tho coorert
bs y weights for the tltlo ot colored
ft k4vywelfibt champion of the world
fit Ww fc ea computed The manager of
mn signed articles ot agreement
Illng for the men to meet In a twenty
K roundTbout before the Century A C of
s > ngelesj Cal on October 27
OUT OF MISSOURI A C
Ryan will sqon bo seen Ina
Hgaln Ryan had a quarrel re
wth the oRlclals of the Mlnsourl
I St JUSulsOl which ho was the
instructor nnd resigned Ryan
U B ho Is free again to light
And where ho pleases ho has iie
Bet ready to arrange n match
ulad phU Jack OQrlen
NP TO COAT
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e BB 5 5
to give them a chance to shake me
down
During the talk I said
Mr ilelmoiu I am not looking for
trouble but 1 will go lujtlier to pro
toot my constitutional rights than any
living man You may into me on me
turf basing > our action on the ruling
of the Tori Urle Club burl I will ngm
The bricks from Maine to California
know me and If they could talk not one
of them could Impugn my honesty In
turf nmttera
This retort must have tickled as
well as surprised Mr iBolmont for he
laughed mid said Hynn jou arc a
bright fellow Whit nchool were jou
educated In1 I replied In the I < jhool
of Ixpoileiice the turtle school In the
nria and 1 have profited by It
That was about nil there was ald
The > did not rule mo thlle Oont know
whether It wns because there was tint
a quorum proaent as Ins been nllvgod
or not I do not knoft what they pro
pose lo do 1 hivn heard nathlni fur
ther from them I ain waiting but I
am ready
tlon headed by Danny Kelllhcr has
decided to po to Sjn Tranclsco next
month to witness the battll between
Bob imzslmmons and Gcor o Gatdnor
of Lowell Maw wjch tnici pace be
fore Ihe oRrmlte Alhlo Cmb on
Nov SI o rv one ol tho delation
nlll be on Gardrcr
JEFFRIES COMING TO NEW YORK
Champion Jim Jeffries Is due to nrrlve
In Ibis cltv soon According to a tele
gram from Loa Angeles Cat Jerfres i
homo tho big filliw loft thcrp on
Wednesday nlxht nnd rtociurcd thm
Will romlnejitrulRbt lo New Yorkwherc
a piny IK belriar vrUteti for 111m
HOQAN AFTER TERRY YOUNG
ICd Hogifii tls fcathirweiiht
fighter of tlq fl tiln woud like to
victt Tony Yyung lna unlit bJi fur
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PITCHER DOHENl
GOfS TO ASYLUM
Men on the Inside In baseball are not
surprised to learn that Edward Doheny
the 1lttiburc pitcher has ben sent to
an Insane asylum In Danvers Mass
To players and tlioso who follow their
fortunes closely It has been knotn for I
several months that his mind was not
normal and some such ending has fre I
quently been predicted
Doheny left tha Pirates several weeks
ago and for some tlma has been undei i
the caro of a nurse In Andover Mass
There > esterday ha attacked Oberlln I
Howarth tho nurse with a stove poker
beating him over the head until he was
unconscious and then held a crowd of
neighbors and policemen at bay for lev
eral hours
Fearing such an outbreak the nurse
had waichen tho vltcher closely For a
brief moment he turned his brick bui
It wns long enough for Doheny to leni
from bed sclzo a poker and usi It
vldniulv Then ho irtartcd to emaeh
things rlcht nnd left
Mi Uohony inn from the house
got earning for help Neighbors gatli i
eied nnd two policemen came to flnrt
the lnt > ino man In the doorway clad 1
I only In hilt nliiht clothes and brandlsn
Ing tho paller Ho threatened nny who
durpil to approach with llownrtha fnte
for more thin an hour ho was minter
of the eltuntlnn
It required six men to overcome the
nthloto when he was llnally pounced
upon It vnn neccnary to strap him
dniMi while two Dhvslclans examined
him He was qulcklv nUJudgrd Ins me
and tout to thti ho t > ltal Tho doctors
vild tint ho might regnln his mind
aflor u lung rest
Uovnv was for several jears n mom
br of the New York Nnllonil Leagua
teim hut wis rloii ed t oiusu the
tnanngement unn unable to depend on
him Hln hnlill nem not of tho best
Iltmuin nipped hli uo nt once nhd
ho hn ie JII a itntent factor In making
vho I rte tilple ciimpluiw
Huvoriil wr eks nsa tho nltcher was
oiirsoTK v > h tile uVluslon thnt h
Will bjlne putsuod by detectlvus itud
vlihooc arnlngto rtcijrteil thi > pitti
ouu IIM H Jnjlrnitl flh los is
now toenlv f lt Il th cere with ihn
llolnn Alerlcuns fpr he varlln
ih nior hT In which PJiilljpl la tho
only hojjo ot iUo f Iralci
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YOUNG CORBETF AND INCIDENTS OF HIS BATTLE WITH STEIN I
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BIG COLLEGE ELEVENS
EGW HARD GAMES NOW
AMHERST TO TEST
COLUMBIAS TEAM
Columbias football team will show
liow strong It really Is next Saturday
when It lines up against tho Amliorst
eleven which sent Harvard down to
defeat on Saturday On paper Amherst
IfiPks tho winner Two weeks ago Har
vard boat Williams 17 td 0 and tho
best the Mornlngslde Heights boys could
do on Saturday was to win to a martin
of 0 to 0
The Colutnblas did not show ery good
forjn They may Improve during the
cek thoiiRh for their wuikmsses were
Hliowu qulto decisively In the Kime In
lilsliop tho freshman end Columbia han
n star and It will have to bo a BOOU
man who goes around him for a gain
The opposing team fulled at his Posi
tion Baturdny
YALE WILL HAVE
SECRET PRACTICE
NEW HAVEN Oct nThls wcelt
will soe Yales football team In tho
last of tno series of two games In n
week On WcJnoday the tons of old
Kll will line up against Holy Croat
and Penn fttato will come on Saturday
The team while It bus been winning
fainca inlhcr easily la not In as lit
I shape as It mlghi bo Bloomers ard
lioxan3 positions were easily gotui
through by the Bprlnglleld boy on Bat
uiJa nn < 1lt Is possible that they nro
bit stale nnd need u itet They may
ql tt for they have been worked un >
5Qt
sually hard this season
Cnpt Hafrerty Is o nbwirbod In tho
team that he too has gone off some i
and secret practice will begin this
wrrk which Is about twu nocki earlier
lhn It UhUillv Is ludulgnl In Yale
100 far fas shown no new pi lys or
I formations but when It gvts behind
closed gates BomdUiliiR now wjll no
doubt bo tried
II
I BILLIARD SEASON OPENS
Vlllnm Gerahel and Ferdinand Po t
Rftiburg will tw the contestants In the
opening game of the ilrst amateur
billiard tournament of the uoison Mr
Oeli l Ort was placed In Class B of
lh tournament that basins ntsMaurlce
Uiilvs this evening lip was expected
lo play 300 points to 275 tprca hottho
oihir cuntitnnts but later nil wero I
I a ou tbo SOO auric
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TIlt kD wfS URPR1S
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TIGERS PREPARING
fOR YALE GAME
PRINOT7TON Oct Developing a
strong trio at centre will occupy the
time of Princetons coaohea this week
It Is an eye to the gamo with Yal
which has caused that move The
coaches are anzloua to get a heavy
set ot men for the positions With
this Idea In view Barney has been
sent back to his old position at contra
Short replaces him at guard and Da
Witt la lying at the right side of the
snapback Instead of the tackle posi
tion Heed la II11 Ing his place
Tha Tigers victory ovof Brown has
encouraged the players somowhal and
they are sure they will form a for
midable set when they line up cgalnst
yle
AUTOS OK RUN I
I PASS BUFFALO
1 BUIFPAsLO N T Oct Fourteen
of the thirtyfour automobiles which left
Wechanpktn last Wednesday In an endurance
durance run to PHtabarg left here be
tween 7 and 8 oclock today at Intervals
of about thirty seconds acd In the fol
lowing order Nos 9 S ffi 15 10 1
18 30 16 n M 39 and ST
Todajs run Is from Buffalo to Erie
ninetysix miles
CORNELLS WEAK POINTS
ITHACA N Y Oct 12The gamo
played bv Cornell Saturday against Col
gnte showed more than ever before tfint
there are three weak spots which oust
bo tilled soon If the eleven Is to make
allY kind ota showing against Prince
toni Uctt cunnl has been ti worry all
season The tvro ends nro not up to
BtnnHird Toorlson In particular mhsed
several tncklcs In 9aturdcja contest
BIG PRICE FOFTFOxTERfllER
LONDON Oct > 12Tho champion fox
Urrlnr Jtaby Coatt uard bred by the
Duchc 3Aof Ncwcantle Woil sold on
Saturday byIts present owner toa San
Vrasclaco brced J 9j NoZI7
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iiCO 8rrWON BUT NOT i I
WITH AKNOK UTPUNCH
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C Kid Stein Assumed the Jeffries
Crouch in Philadelphia Bout and
Thwarted All Efforts of the Cham
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BY KOCKOVT
rnllblrds of Quakertowns FlsUana saw a akround warmlngap
THE Saturday night toxihe Young CorbottTlm Callahon carnoco
which takea place in Blowvile next Wednesday a n ek
The doughty little kins of the featherweights was worked out six rounds
with one Kid Stein a Ghetto i IJatlo light In the arena of the National
Athletic Club
The youngatera were sent off for the Usual Philadelphia nixround spin
and they went the distance with the champion setting a merry pace all the
way
Stein vua trailing in the stretch when they hit tie wire pumped out to
the lost ounce while the Rocky Mountain Kid cantered home on the bit
a city block to the good
BRONX AIR GOOD FOR CORBBTT
Two weeks gallop over tho hills of the Bronx seat the Denverlte to the
post In far better condition than he has been for any of his previous efforts
In Philadelphia
While ho aidnt bury Mr Bteln at tho head of the stretch he palled
up sound as a dollar and without drawing a long breath
And strange as It may seem tho Ghetto etar owed hla presence in the
race at the wind up more to awkwardness than anything else
Its a tough proposition to beat a man In sis rounds who wont lead six
times during the battle or who breaks all the sprinting records on the calen
dar during the session
Likewise is it a knotty problem to hit a man who ties himself Into nine
teen different kinds of knots and stands on his ear for six rounde
The latterwas Mr Stein
STEIN IMITATED JEFF
Somebody nhowed him a picture of Jim Jeffries one day And Stoln did
a Httlo headwork thusly I
Jeff is a champion He stands BO Im cot a champion but 111 stand
that way myeglt Vhen some day maybe Ill keep some other chmplon from
knocking my block Into kingdom como
And It proved good dope Saturday night
Its dope that will keep lIfJS from being lulled Intodreamland many
a time but its also d pethat will keep him way down the pugilistic
ladder of fame
The only thing ho bos recommend him GO a fighter Is his ungetat
atoleneao and a dangerous long right hand which he digs up out of the Door
and swings Into space blindly And he la very stingy with hID loot this
xlght at that
This form1 chart of Steins Cello tactics Is really a lino on Saturday
nights battle
T
WHEN CORBETTi WAS HURT
The long right dug out of the southeast corner of Mr Steins anat
omy connected with the top of the rbetttbI1klbo in the first minute
of the opening session It hurt all the way down to the champions big too
So he put the long right on the dangerous lltt after that and kept U
olnnedto thoOhctto boys side during the balance of the mixup Tha he
did by a continuous patter of left jabs which while neither eflecUto nor
spectacular served the purpose
For thd rrat of the attack the champlonajiharges were wasted against a
tough gUmo J
A right uppercut from the Corbett camp found a resting place on the
Quaker youngsters face now and again but even Its power was lost afto >
battering itsway through the aforementioned nineteen different letle of
Kucta
KEPT RIGHT HAND IN STORAGE
And all the time that backwoods rlght > hand swing had to be kollt1n
c1ldlltolpge
So Stein stayed the sixround limit after putting up one round the first
of Kvod flpuling one tho second of fair work and four ronndn or Btnlllng
In which he didnt make two leads
Ttft n Ixup showed two things to j
FIr t
Ita belter tu bo awkward a llttlo than clover much and thus keep > your
block from being knocked off
That for Mr Stein II v 1
Seconf t >
g IIJtdocsntmll a 8timD i th d i ob t
Ji qC 1r l1 al u ntla It1tolitb IbttF f i
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ARTICULATE WILL 1
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QRAVESHNTi Dot 111111
was gloomy and damp here this tool
tns and training operations w r6 ot j
restricted order tor reason of tha tradfc
condition
All day Sunday bones bept arrtrtaf
from Morris Park
I Bob Smith hosi talesraxed owner t I
EMpex advising that Articulate t e c f
I stroyed The rAcer reraa Injured te C
nee et BtoecTdhead Bar during tho A
meeting ami for I long wfcile Trolni
fitadtlj bad tho horea la II dine Stf
failed Jo Bssnrer ear treatment tried W
tta and ytsterdtay Wood poisoning etS
tn asd be U now la a Hopeless condeJ
Uoa i
Frank Taylor had UbOheraey on tW1
track but nothing was ous
racer being sent to uy galloping zw
else
elseEd Giraivea tod out six ot bile < ouau
In good usetful galloping irortc I
8 J Smlti ileliteralgnor oca t
Btrrpon were lent neven furlongs ttr
LS7c Albertola and Applauie galloped V
half mile In OK Sonoma Belle was sew
a quarter In OSU Erbe flolloped OS
rolle In UT rHf
Blale L from the Frayllnp bane wJ
turned a nice five furlonpa In 103
Qrahamta Judge Phillips woe sent ON
mile in Tw Qravlna and Gold Veal
reeled oft half a mile In OK FreoloO 1
8tone Rapid Water and Golden Mineral
were sent the earae route In 061 1J
Woodford days Lownsdsle ffallotna
four furWnjra In 063 4 6
Dalys Itedjnan breezed five furtonw
In 110 Miss Bhylook was senttt J I
quartera of a mile In 123 BellprL2tf
satloped seven furlongs 140
Bennetts Alforten stepped aqu =
through the stretch In 028 18 He I
Balloped a halfmile In 065 Trtlland Ol
did the trick In OU i4 <
Squanto and IIl1ot Arable Zisift
orari string reied off one tnil in lcl
Henry day Rye worked a mile In IMt
OTeatheratones Igniter waa sent a mils
In lQ 19 and MoMeoWn and RolltdaH
Ing Tar worked one mile In 149 r I
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eat time ru the least medicine dli
comfort and ezoente practicable I
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Courts can be reached from New Toit e
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bn llrlchton Road and by Smith Street I nI I
Uy Con Hpoclttl trains on Inna Iiland 1
road leave Lonrlilajid CHyi and 1 J 1
llySnth Street T nT from foot of Whlti
Btrott boats l av evry 20 minutes I
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