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I THE EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY MAY 2O 19 O ft
UP TO S DATE VttrI T ftDTM D Li IM MI1 V I EDITED BY
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I J NEWSY I BEST SPORTING I S AGEIN NEV A I ROBERT EDGRzN 1
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Now that Burns Has Ac
cepted an Offer to Fight I
Its Up to Johnson to I
Come to Terms
OMMY BURNS having signed
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up to fight Jack Johnson In
Nevada for a 35000 purse
thernatch Is on at last unless John
5 jjwm sidesteps Johrson may want
glo Bee steamer and railroad tickets
count the money know the name of
the referee and then make a few
conditions about thr weather and
barometrical pressure on the day
S of the fight Sam Fitzpatrick no
doubt will tell the English reporters
that It would be much more sport
RIng for Burns to May In England
and fight Johnson there twenty
rounds Instead otto a finish and
jjjfbr a jlZQdj pure Instead of the
t 35000 offered by the Rlckard com
iblnatlon By showing such an In
terest In spavtsmanshlp dawnt
jr1 know Fitzpatriclc may pick up a
tight for Johnson before leaving Eng I
landa tight with Squires or Palmer or i
Molr or Roche or some of the other bits
of debris left in the wake of Tommy I
But when Burns and Johnsdn once
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ffti into the ring you can look for a
< very Interesting occasion Johnson has
such a great advantage in height and
1 reach and weight that he may not
fihuffer from his usual attack of heart
failure when the champion comes to I
1m If Johns ns ochrecolored ten
aim dont crop out hell certainly 1
t give Burns a run for It I
IU opinion that Tommy will beat I
TUB big black man is growing In
favor Burns Is fast and clever I
and has a punch Johnson has all of
these thingsadded to his great bulk
But Burns Is game and that is where
Jojiijson foils short of the mark I
Of course Johnson may have Im
proved In the matter of gameness They
lay a man can Improve Ring history
rahows such a thing to be possible
BThere was Kid Carter for instance
r Carter was as game as any bulldog that
I jver took a grip When he began light
Ing he used to hug the floor and try to
jump over the ropes to get out of the
ring But the rule doesnt often work I
> out that way Mexican Pete Everett I
to give another Instance grew more
and more yellow as he grew older and I
I gained experience In the ring The last
time I saw exicii Pate he lay down I
on the floor and tried to crawl through
the ropes to get away from Gus lluhlln
f i tHEY must have a bund of money
THEY in Nevada still Thirtyfive
thousand dollars for a few
punches on the nose and a dl In the
solar plexus Thats about as easy a
fortune as any one ever collected or
I ever will I
HAT other tight Just negotiated
k 1 between Hilly Papke anI Young
L Ketchel In Milwaukee will he a I
masher Theres no possible yellow
t streak about either of these gentlemen
J > Papke Is a lighting wander with a
i dope wallop aa sopnrlfle n < tie thump
f of a stone axe Ketchel sim dcs np
tlonTwo
Two bunches or llyinp wallops turned i
loose at the same time full speed ahead I
tntIi something drops That will be a
t Ih worth seeing As for peking a
t jylnner why whats the use1 You
might as well throw dice a la Jerome
Ilr pitch a penny a la Hooscvult for
your betting choke
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The English papers are very ore on
Tommy Burns for raisins the price of
JShters Beforu Hums showed his
unsportsmanlike met > ds one paper
spay I It was easy to obtain tne ser
vices of boxers for just enough to pay
their living expenses Now even the
most Insignificant demands threo or
four tlmos as much Hums has put I
i iwollen Ideas Into their heads a most
Ii I lamentable stale of nffilrs
Aint It awful Mabel
SOUND OF THE GONG WILL BE MUSIC IN CUR EARS
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JAY GOULD WINS
I IN TENNIS MATCH
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LONDON Mny 10 Play in the pre
liminaries to the Olympia court tennis
contests was resumed at Queens Club
today Jay Gculd of Now York tie
ftated V H Pennell the former Brit
ish ihamplon In the first set six
games to three
Mr Gould won the second set by tho
same score and then won the third
tt score 62 and match The Amer
can player showed betted jener lshlp
and superiority over ills opponent at
every Moffe of thf game Mr Gould I
will meet Mr Iago In the semifinal
HITTE MAKES GAME
FIGHT WITH LEWIS
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CJiarlev hub the stocky rrlddl >
weight pugilist of Albany will never
bteomu a champion but If there was I
a title at stake for the fighter who i
corld taiie the greatest amount of pun I
ishment Hltte would come very near
winning It At th stas of the Na
tional A C of America last night
Hltte was put against Harry Lewis of
Philadelphia one of the cleverest box
ers that ever pulled on a glove They
came tcether in the main bout of six
round anj Lewis gave Hltte the worst
beUInc the latter has received In many
a day I
The six round contest between Fight
log Hick Nelson and Johnny Dohai
wis the best baUp ot the night They
fought continually duilip every econ I
and Ht the rlnlsn thcru was little to
choo = r bPtw cn thcn The stag was
the most successful ever held by the I
club
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SHARKEY STAG TONIGHT
The Sharkey A C wll hold Its regu
lar weekly stag tonight In Its club
house at Sixtyfifth street and Colum
bus avenue The principals In the main
bout will be Tony Caponi of Chicago
inI Sailor Burke the lo i mlddl
weight Although Burke was badly
punished by Fred Uiadley In their slx
round go on Monday nlsnt Burke says
th he will be on Land to meet Capo
If he falls to appear for the bout Terry
Martin of Philadelphia will be put on
with Caponi The bout will be for sis
rounds
ID
GEORGE BONHAG INJURED
Oeorre Ilrmhac the IrishAmerican A C
Ir < 8t distance runner and the faxoriu for
the Ucnlle sun at the cumin astern
u > njh for Ihe Olympic games nay iui be
able to face the barrier on June U NVille
K mx thruURh an uxerclse palMp In Celtic
ran latt Mtturda DonhaR ilcpi J un
I > blile turnlnz bin ankle nd sualnlnK a1
lleamint In his Instep He has been un
able tu put on a running shoe since aiil
may be luld up for same time
LANGFORD BEATS FERGUSON
BOSTON Maze May CO Sam Tntd
rlefMite1 SinJy Ferguson In twelve round
at the Armorv A A last night Iantffonl
use i very knf > wn puncli ui on the husky
Kcr uBon anj before tha content hal gone
mary roun is the lirp audience knew the
ultimate rnult Ferguson alfnough badly
iHaten surprised every one present by hlo
samincfs In the tenth rounj LanefiTiI
I iioor > l a kiKKkdonn hut It did not Itnleh
Fcrsusor At tic cn 1 or the twelve rounds
the limit the fpmatorn were satisfied that
I Lingford had won
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Buffalo Marathon Will Be
f trX Held Under A A U Rules
Y The crcat Kcnilvorth Road Race will
he run In BuffRlo on Decoration Day
jfThl1 race vIiI lie llfieen miles In dls
i ince and will l > 3 conducted under A
A U rules The nee will be held under
the auspices of the lluffalo Athletic
Association In connection with a big
field and track mee at the Kenllworth
raCo truck
I C J Murray who represents the
JiEulfalo A A tsCe in New York tod
ut looking up utliltes to compete In the
Kuffalo tnaratlun
n S
If the winners time In the rat
JCenHworth real rte warrants It ho
will probably be a member of the
American team which atii be sent to
London
Mr Murray ridiculed the story about
Canadian atliletcs nv dlnK Buffalo
He declared that such n thins Is en
tirely out of the question except for
Federation athletes
The only Marathon race to be held
In Huffalu or vicinity will tnktf place
at the Kenllwnrth race track on Dec
iratlan Day under the A A U rules
It Is exacted that a number of New
Ynrk rUn ers will t orn4uete
STAND 01 THE CLUBS
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DrirZ al Xw lori New York et HI Louie
Clsianu at JosIwt lIroJkyn at 111Iburl
r til 1ui al 1tIIhlr I llealon at Chi o
XhlraAoI Wasiinst lhlledelPlila af1IDell1naU
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Rube Waddell Throws Up Uniform
Says Im Through With St Louis
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PHIUVDEUPHIA Pa May M
riomewhat of n sensation was caused
thla morning at the Aldln Hotel when
Rube Waddell the hero of yesterdays
baseball same between the St Ixmls
Americans and the Athletics played
before x > 000 people approached U J
Rlckard who along with J McAleer is
in charge of the Drowns and said
Im through heres my uniform
Suiting the notion to the word Vad
111 put a bundle contalnlns his uni
form on the cUk and placed alongside
of It the ky to his room
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Rlckard was at first dumbfounds
and scarcely knew what to say Thnk
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Jack Atkin Now Wears I
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There Is another iron horse on the
turf Ills name is Jack Atkln t
two years of nearly continuous raclrs
with only slight intermlt5ons hetvcer
his contests he eclipsed all of hs
previous efforts nnd earned the crovn
of King of the Sprinters by establIsh
lag a new track record yostrJay over
the sIx furlong course of thj Belmont
Park track by running the distance In
I OS 35
No hors In recent years has hovn
so much speed vital forco and class ap
has Jack Atkln 1oJ hnnroa with Hose
ben the distinction of being the gloat
cst weight carrying thor uhbr1 In
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America Now that Hosctxn Is only a
wreck of his former cicatncss and hi
I speed Is but the snjow of the pas
Jack AtkIn comes forth to fill hi
place
In many respects Jack Hkn Is the
touxhost horse that hn ever rml K
this country There have been Iron
I horses so railed like IsIILznn Logan
liarnum and Banllat hut nut one eve
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cad wmer and summer for two years
die ihp son < It Sain
From early In his twoyeaold career
up to tlf present time Jack Atkin has
rcfd wih scarcely an intermission
The lirsrst lien he was In retirement
was during Ue period of training just
beforo the Futurity of J > iO lie had been
btomlnj awn in his work preparatory
tJ starting in that LIs event when he
suiidiiuy went lame Ha had to he
thrown out of tiainms but as soon a
lit was nle 10 wallop again he was in
me rank of tloprize teekcrs
At nil seasons In not cold or rainy
eat hr ml mer every Alnil of II 110S
muddy or fast Jack Atkin has been
imunK ti tirst snide et iiuiroiiisnbreiiK
Last seFt hs was complled although
only a eyearold to give away bin
npt of welsrit oy tin scale to his
any fast opponents In spite of this
handicap hI won fre < iiently
No hor < HIM accomplished as much
as Jack Atln this year Although tho
sfnson In v imp he tine live Ills handi
caps in Is credit His chlf event
wen Ihe Carter and Metropolitan ibm n
rlKnrf Ta r t lone ottiipnl has not
isd him vm made evident by his
nlfnlil performance yesterday lie Is
mui fn r now than at any period In
Ids nrnr
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Long or Short Cruise a Bone
of Contention in the N Y Y C
I A meotlnir of the New York Yacht
Club has hen called for tomorrow
night and there Is likely to bo a lebate
I borderIng on a storm The deep sea
Eallorg In the club want the annul
cruise extended as far as Bar Harbor
ad It possible LI far is Halifax where
the lr of Waes will be In August
while tue strict foe ml adf rents mean
o stick to the custom of 4u8ln sev
eral das at Newport The result win
depend upon the decision of Commodors
Cornelius Vanderbilt who U hurrylns
home from v Southampton England
aboard hU team yacht North Star
nt f MIl s
ins It wa simply another funny move
on the part of the eccentric twirler he
sUd
Thats all right Hube whats the
matter
Nothing lit all said Waddell Im
imply through thats all I was made
certain financial promises and they
have not been fulrUed I cnnt Ret my
monej 5 j here Is my suit and you
< an tell McAleer that I have quit lie
n hUrkllM me if he wants to
Before loavlnc for the grounds Man
iger McAltwr connrmed the report that
ifs eccentric twirler had quit hU team
He said While I was not present
when ne Interview h > i cen aLla3iI
nnd Mr RJckard took place I have
ijten apprised as to wnat passed be
tween the men Waddell did not make
any proposition so far as I know lIe
imply placed the bundle containing his
unlfnrm on the Meslt and remarked I
am through with the team Thl was
etween anl 1U oclock tnU morning
rri up to till tIm I have nnt seen or
heard from him I am not In a post
i to MI Aetivr I iu itt fli
efd All I hr m is thn ir teas t
night at S oclock for Boston and If
uadileu Is on nand well and good
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The tlrt IClor 155S iCtli nlloeJ by
oung Manning and slll he realo un
IIulm s ht UJ s I1Ue to Intetere
rIOIob Wlh a oe in lo1n1In ruar
inu tecoltis Itoro h ts througn Abov
nil thinK tannl1 DLCS5eI II evol heaL
With ucocA ant Ihlll baars cupd and
none 0111 he retred or batter or a pOp
fI anu then rucl ut lelrlH and
Schoeler Cant leal that much lIuI wait
a mlnult In the cry next Inllnl the
I IS acre tul1 with none opt ani he
prumptlv slrueX out Cobb sad Ruuman
and then Soot the TUurs kulxln to the
beau wthout a run
The Tigers evidently had the highs sign
stcrdai for they knew Just how far to
go Just roi the Uetmlters cant afford
to have ant noru pla > er suspendsd They
ate In bad enouirti as It II Capt Cough
lln was Jut ready tj make one loud kick
Mhn hn rfnentbered the situation and
backed off
I > tch Schaefer may be a scrapper a
I disturber and all that but the New York
1 rihs ar for him He ius his heart In
hit came ct all time an1 thre Is not ono
drop of vicious blood In his makeup With
lout Dutch the Tlters Would have a hard
1 Jot being nlderoJ as even a dangerous
j facter for Ih rat
Tie Olants used their off day to site
I things tin snJ see what Is the tmuble They
cannot ftaml for any more < Ieral while
In the West McCiraw believes that MaltS
Is a vltlm of hard luck and that he 10
oat nil In He PLC him to get out nf
sits Irn streak by the time the club gets
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BELMONT PARK ENTRIES
Sreelal to The Evening World
RBLMONT PARK RACE TRACK
May 3 Following are the entries for
tomorrow
I JUST RACE For threeyearolds and upward
six furlongs main course
ward handicap f
i 11 hal lcWtlx
mel lied hirer 2
2Wm Lawrence P Daly 1U7
Jick I1
1279 Cal
CM Masiucrade lot
Aletheuo 116
2tt11
Vs0 eligible
221 James n Brady 11
snCONI RACE Kor maiden colts two
five furlonKs course
veirola
los
I > tJs H 8eltclrrnn Harridan IOS
IOs
yn May Silver
tOl
a
211 Htatcsnnn
S
IllS Stone Run
I ZlI Tel 101
fillips aru Held
aAiKMaldcns
TIIIHj n
lags ttoVafolds four an1 a half fur
tralrtt curse
onxt
10
Pigeon
ij 1 WIM
i nu
1 ± itoauty Ilrlffht II
10
1 it2 Albanl 101
otit Kthellrl Itt Ileaumont Igs
I Ilnpln JJJJ
The
202
I cinrtnnr 10
I fell lart IUbbani V IM
105
HhRprtalo
271I
o
I tlt
iI1 IhrItl to
ltpi MImIC WI
I n oueen nianor l < vj
5 r m > tMliton to
iniHTH n ARK The rocantlco for three
mile or1 a sixteenth
Ils n ne
ycai Sil ilnliert C > oper 118
Wllil llefnin Ji i
116
2VH itatan
2VHOueMlin Mark 121
isn m
tnt5 HU rhef liii
FIFTH IlAfE Steeple fir four
earO xni uIaird shoot to milD
Iearo
i n
thtiiV
lies s3flua
Sanctus m
Nntiesse hllit 1St
2K2 1filni I
lin
VVii r onnmv
J70 Pt Vevln J52
3sii Murk Oumbert 132
SIXTH ItAfK Benin for thruyear
olds ami upward ime mile and a sixteenth
211 nrother Junathan > 2
S17 TrouIome Hi
ami Animus loi
2T2 lllindv Ill
vii nArklo lia
2 < u Keatnr 108
Sot Tom Palm lOi
lUMlMll T DJ 4 P uAIIIIdeUI
IMCU Irk NT Amineaa DttroH s
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Coliris s First Start of
Interest to Racegoers
BY J TOD SLGAX
OLIN the twoyearold cham
pion of the Keene stable last
a year will make his first start
of the season In the mile and a six
i teenth handicap at Belmont track this j
afternoon if track conditions per
I mit and aside from the great
public Interest which always follows
I a great public performer a line on
I his efforts In the Withers Saturday
will be a source of Interest That he
j has his old speed was shown by the
j workout Monday at Sheepshead Day
I when he stepped the mile better than
40
i roe race toJay will be a sort of
prep for t j Wither but It seems cer
I tain that It will not ho an easy task
j which N cut out for the Keene colt In
I the field Circled to meet him In the
j same race Is Salvldere the twoyear
old champion of A ISeaucoup the
j son of Ornament which gave Colin a
I hard race in the Ui c last year and
i also a probable starter Ir the Wither
a a number of others The rare
out to put Colin on edge
I
i Jack AtkIn is certainly worthy of the
I pinnacle that Iloselen haa been holding
I The way In which he hindled his 137
pounds In > esterdays handicap stamp him
I as one of the sprinters of the century and
a horse for looks and Speed that will go
lots history as one > f America iuiiou
inorousnbreds
Every time Mr Keene stub a new two
earold the report Km the pOunds that It
Is the best one In the Xcene able Select
man was uuiorej ui a o < ret horse nd
was well pad and well defeated nhlle
Casque viilon started Monday was uriup
IChll ongir ur
twrttd and Is a much better looker In
ci ery way o on handily
Kernes and Maddens well touted hon
or god bats to lay against
Ienarrli which was riestra > ed after fall
Ino ncr the second jump In yesterdays
tenteaise wm the Colt hope for the
Wnlinvv memorial and Mr Colt uougat
him the Lest Jumper of the year
Troublemaker which ran Into the fence
the last time out and otherwise Interfered
with won the last race practically un
backed Mr Drodlev his popular owner
had a small bet three ways
Garners ride on liu Book was worth
looklne at and Oood Luck also received
r rffft ride Blue Book win well player
INDEXED GALLOP FORMAt
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At Graveiend
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Special ID The nvenln WorH
OltAVESENTJ May M
A A CONTINUOUS rainstorm
ii 7 during training hours this
morning canned most of the
trainers to remain tinder shells with
thplr horses The best sillopi wpre
4S MUCK SlTTON Six furlons In 12
breezing Is not ready
to CRANIA Five furlongs In LOT breez
ing A nice fllly
45 JLAIUANA Five furlongs In 107 L
breezing Sure to win soon
ai ADORATION Four furlonRS in
051 2o breezing She Is very good
I 43 1EItSAFour furlongs In 055 breez
Ing At her beat
43 CKHBMOVIOUSFour furlonga In
060 galloping A nice colt
1 24 PNEZ SISTER Four furlcnss In
OK 15 breezIng Has speed
45 SPRING HEniSix furlongs In 126
I breezing Not up to much
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Columbia vs Fordham ToDay
Fordham and Columbia will meet on the
I diamond for the second time this seisin
on Fordham Held this afternoon Ford
him defeated tho flu lIad White In the
first game Leo will pitch for Columbia
today whIte Eran will twirl for Fordhim
AMUSEMENTS
I AMMEBSTEINS
n 42 St jYwayljie j lDil
and J th Av IUa4Jy Mat Viiric Rile
I KUDIE FOY MrA Mrs Sydney Draw
I 0 Co In Billys Tombstone Stuart
fari Arl1 UII t
I flame i May TW Co Chris lilcharis
I The Salleras Arlington 4 Leon nOlfor
Luce and Luco Vltanraph
1 iEw YORK JATKRRwyeL5tist
t2h MstsV4omst22O t
iet WwUP ZletfWrt Jr Prnu I
THE SOUL KISS with GENEE I
n H n I r NEXT MONDAY m I
Pi A K IF MARYS LAMB I
iirt ° UI RRATH TOMORnow I
New Amsterdam M t w I 5t I
THE MERRY WIDOW mWrt R 1I I I
I KVA TA > liliAl 11111
COLONIAL I miiiAiin a co n r
Smon Wilio Hull WIt
llallhllyllr II M r niiiie riirr JTH
f OCFIU nn nrK
ALHAMBK itarno lsr1nla steel Him y Ts
MX Dcii yro nt lultn Tnn ti An
HILL TirESATHB 4211 h Las A
ifiU KBlfIUl BEHMAN SHOW
M a t Dally Tonlirht Chorus Olrls1 Contest
ni i NCVLJMoln 1Iq Uway flOth KvSU
BUNEY a CECIL t THE DANCER
ToVmor210 SPOONER I AND TilE KING
Q Kw v A 0th Ev R1S
WALLACKS Mat sat only iU
At last rtsj com Thc GlTMtlsikilil
T UC w
10 open TtUjrnua
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I > n the openliwr lay and a treat mans of
the spectatfrs played him on that account
The play In the club II still sere Hunt
Even the curt players are icolnz stoW until
the laundry e0rs home SaturJav
Herry Meld gotaway very badly m >
did nir lien
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I Paul Ralney has at last won a rape
All the boys Isaac nrounJ Julius Kauff
Iran for Ihe reason that Jules ° eu n
every mace Ijpuiar prices ten Iwent sal
thlrt n > 3sth three stats
I yestrrtay
Al Hudson nan a lsltor again
bat HuJlv nan not starlet to ttt hen
ho does net a line on thtm he will have
f lots of fullowers
The K rule n 1io the poo hnoklJ
haw been a great help t > the r cept < nnJ
many IKXX now are tunJIIni H IT cent
I mote money than before
1 Kackenschmldt wan not In cvi lance yci
i terJar
A pn mln nt tout t 11 me trfore the UI
I race vesterdsv that Mr Ken htl a two
I irnM that ouM gite < HU thirty
1 pounds and tent him hindlly art that he
i was a far btter lonklnc ot I would like
to sea him not the lout
I
I Jack Atkln iauehelat Mr Vosbure when
he returrej to scsle
I What a great tlrnstt5 Cots White War
I wouM hate een hal Ir ceptors race been
a pti
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SPORT BRIEFS ON
LIVE NfWS EVENTS
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I The New York University varsity
crew with several substitutes left for
I
Philadelphia this morning The crew
1 will meet Pennsylvania on the Shuyl
kill tomorrow In a twomile race and
I will also take part in the race for
lJunior college eights In the American
1 Henley on Saturday
Louis Etranr who will drive a Tnomss
car In the Grand Prix automobile race
I railed on the steamship Adriatic of the
Whit Star line today Hilly Knepper who
soled as Herbrt Lytfts mechanician In a
I Bennett Cup race his been engaged as
mechanician by Strang
Wylle C Grant ndlticiatd II Palmer
I won the doubles tournament yesterday on
I the courts of the Harlem Lan Tennis Club
I Thy defeated Henry J Mollenhauer and I
I M Bart in the final round at 6S 62
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I The best trapshootfrs New Tork and
rviston will meet In a iOOblrd conical at
Boston on next Saturday The Xe v YoV
team wlil leave on Friday night for Boston
arl all be made up of the pick of hs
pannrs In the mefx polltan district
Miss Lillian French of Chlcatr holder r
Ito womens Uestern get chimplmshln tie
wll not defend the title In tM years
tourniment Tile action of Miss Trench is
bpfl uvsn the ndvlce of her phsfrlan
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EEIlL clubs In California are
S now trying to brine about a match
between Joe Gans the lightweight r
champion and HattllnK Nelson Jim
Jetfrles has offered the fighters a 15000
purse to light for In a twentyflvcround
bout at his club just outaldo of Loa
Angeles Cal Jim LolTrotb Is willlnB to
Ke them ro per cent of the gross re
ceipts while Jack Oleason Luke Mar
isii and Sam Herder the San Francisco
light promoter are also In the field
with Ki > od offers for the contest Gana i
I says that he will force Nelson to make
I a side bet of J5IM on the result of the
I battle Some of tile matchmakers want
the r Mi f next month while others
u anxious to pun it L on July 4
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I ConslJernble Interest Isbelni taken In the
I ixivuad buttle beuten Daltllnc Hurley and
be ojKht at lbs
lxrcn Cras which Is to
I IAtN oro
I stag of tOe Ibjnun A C In Its clubhouse
I at < Jrand anl Orchard streets on Friday I
InlEht fro s has a big following nr admirers
I un the enst Aide who want to bet that Leech
wins oUI while the Jeiseynivn aie ullllnx ta
I wage their money that Hurley will be ra
utnJ the nnniT lijth lads are In ao
ShIir
I Willie Lwls the American mlddlcwellBt
j who Hun flBit rights In Jaris tncludlnc a
I fheround ictnr > ur Valtex Stanton the
I California rifhiT Is conliiK home He sails
itodiy from Krslani on Inc steamship
Octanlc of the St bite Star lice 1onls will
f ei plenty of limits vhen he returns as all s
I D IDJ club managers are anxious to have
lila upicitr in bouts at their stags A fcxrca I
kuAiJ I i r at me pier tu inert Willie ia
tiudiui tile iluu matt anakcri
1 Mlie IlligrraM 111 FIghting Harp
I who defeated Aureio erraiii the Mexican
itflltfi in jsil > 111 u ta es round bout be p
i toiu uo Armory A t or lo ton a Mttclc
1 an uii juxt mgn4 up fur another mated
IL ru 6101 murtu t j Ilicet Jimmy llrKis
I ot uuAtun fi > r I 1 round u > the Olymplo
A 0 uf nrUxe > rt cVia lonii iro w lllcnt
I Mtzitrraid luaj iuv nj truubln la beat
I Irg urlKKs
Harry leI the ucier Quaker City light
mijtiievxeiBnt Woo lias naa mure managers
nan any other tinnier In tse business lisa
110
a hOst SIC nu > ljuxing alter his affairs He
las n jKcl Jorinny tOO of lioslon to
i airjnjje ISIS ma iva Mouney was formerly I
Inc i1ter ot iniiy lljnei Mellody tile I
vfei a Vs 1 ciiAuplon Leuts certainty
InaUc a ii u v move In securing Mooney a his I
maiaiie aa Johnny Kao s more about the 4
Iigitiiirf game than the majority of managers
1 VOt ulr
Ihtladclphla Jack ODrlen I getting Into U
shape at a ruadnousa just ouuljo oi 1hlla
dtphiu fi o nis ax round battle with Jack
UUikaunt at the SatloiuU A C of rnila II
nlaW
uciphis on June 3 He nas Mlxe Lansing
uf ftocnisler and Jaciv Williams and Jacx
Hogan both of me Quaker City getting him
In condition lor the tuut Lnk ltus > ell It
I aau tjuuunc at toe same place for nil slx
algal ruuna go wltn Harry Lewis on Saturday 11
I
I Athougii Terry McUo > em will only han
I sem dais In Which to prepare for his slx
ruund 8U wlt1 iplKe Hobion the Bnillia
I lgnteiffht at tOe stag of the Ziatlonal I
I A C ut America on nut Tuesday alga
Terry will nexertleless be In good condition
I when be steps Into me rlntr lie Is workIng
I at Johnsori roadhoute un upper Jerome I
I aenuv far the battle and U doing consul I
011oJ
j I erable good road work In Older to get nis viajj j
i lour Donohue the clever Boston wl
terMtlKtit wnu ra befl navlng considerable I
trouble In getting < n IlsSH In this vicinity
If
has finally succeed In landing a bout m f
> Boston He has bn soournl tu box George
1 Muaislc the Chia o lightweight far twel
rounds before the Armory A A of Boston
on June ii As Ooiohue has been fighting
gcd for a year he aucht t > have no troobl
In outpilntlnit Merstc The latter has left
I Los Anireles Cnt for noswn
Yon Kcrney the Boston fighter aM U
1 Tommv Lowe were matched last night to try
conclusions in I rlxround hat at fh e next
fits nt the Oymi A C of Harlem oa
Thursdnv night Kenney has not fought Iinc
he was knocked out by Mickey Gannon at
Plttsburs In one round In Philadelphia
Kenney cxfts to be In the best of shape
i li ap
when ohe Mollies Iovc
Mike Glover of Uo un brother wyEI Blllr I
the t clever welterweiaht boxer will rae t
I ii Orm > six rounds at the next Itee I
of the Drv ink A r on Monday night
Young 13t ver has had a forfeit of 1100
Homed fr < me to tat ant of fie
tncal lichtwcichts but none of them paid j
Jc attentlnr i I let He wll xet Into
I R1p at irens CIvmnaslum on West I
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