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j iz THE EVENING WORLD TUESUAX JUNK tj i9Oo 0
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f1 LATEST 7 Ir REPORTS u AND NEWS OF ALL BRANCHES OF SPORTv EDITED BY I
r TIMELY COMMENT IlL YT UI JILL DIUu1UUL Uf M Ulil JROBERT 1 EDGREN WrU1fl J 1 L1 t I
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III
y COLUMN
Attell Is the Cleverest and
f a
Swiftest Feather in the
i Ring DayBurns
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Writes from Paris
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BE ATTELLS boxing Is what
ABE sporting writers re
l revelation
fer to as a
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LrCompared to most of the little fel
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tews now fighting around New York
Able Is a fleeting shadow He Is
surely the cleverest and swiftest fea
Lt
1 w therwelght that steps In rawhide or
sooichamols skin He executes every
II aS movement with neatness and de
S Bpntch and It Is always In evidence
that Attell knows Just what he Is
h loins and just why he Is doing It
l A He Is a master like Joe Gans
eOV Able Is training at Flelschmons for
t Oj his tight next Monday nifrht with Matty
Baldwin Although Its only a six
f round affair Attell Is taking no
chances He came here from the West
fir thIs time In good shape and needel
little work to bring him Into flffhtlns
lQtorm
1 Atolls training partner Is Kid Coxey
1 The Kid Is covered with bumps like the
knobs of a summer squash marking
f
the spots where Attell landed Attell
I has a bump or two himself
J The featherweight champion ought
to be able to beat Baldwin handily
3 Johnny Mack however who was try
11 Ing to get a match with Attell for
k4 Baldwin a year ago thinks differently
l In fact Mack might be willing to frac
t ture the antibetting laws a little In
iP support of his opinion
ii J rHOMAS J SHARKEY stood In
ff I TIlOIAS
All of the waiters were serving
f4
ji drinks
1i Tom had In mind that old line They
also serve who only stand and wait
Thats why he was standing
A dilapidated razeed whiskered bum
4 slipped In through the front door and
gingerly approached Sharke keeping a
j sharp lookout on the exit from the cor
S ner of his eye Holding out his hand
the bum displayed four cents and asked
f 5 QbTom for another cent to make up five
11 t you know that old stallso that he
mI could get a CUD of coffee
I 1 f > 2 Poor duvll salt Sharkcv choking
1 1t emotion Ill see you through It
iJ It busts me And pulllnt out Ills
4 fl pocketbook Sharkey leached under a
1 roll of bills that would top a drain ad
fjXtxtructvd the nece arj penny
iG COlpLK of day ago an evenln
f paper that roasts Tommy Burns
I SI p dally found itself shy a picture
I I of Jim Harry in lUhtlne pose A line
Ideal llRhtlnc figure was In demand
Hesult nnotn of To < imy Bums In ac
S I tlcn wljli Barry head pasted tnt
bidy and the wvolo thing
Ii Of IJurnss
B labellei Jim Bairv And vet they say
like lighter
Rj Burls doiMit even look a
t OOIThls was publsicd 1st before
4 lf13arn and bangford lougut
ij f p OMMY I5UHSS writes from Pars
l TOD1Y was allowing here all
last week lIe worked on a CO per
j pent basis and en rush and Thur I
< ° flny night ho wouldnt vuri as there
1 were hardly any people thcri Ior the
lour nlcht he didnt net quite M franca
t
thats not quite VO In American money
I fouht for tic same peoplo Saturday
ToJilKht and they showed me the books
PJohnson tried to get McVey to meet
4i him and lisht a ium > lound drn I
eS lIot It straight Ill starve him to death
Clfor a much and then built come to m >
m tenns I took the Sciulrtw mat h away
irom him The National tried hard to
f t Kil riUlrcs fur Johnson lor June 15
6B and you can earnlile 1 sot busy and teatS
tHem to It tpt enlace of Johnson
S
eimlnss in Paris wont amount to
t 1 much I wondr if they can frame nny
1 hoe they
imw fake duties aojut me
Be keep It up as all I < vrittrf in Amclcj
nu wise to them nw
6C I jro on the Monjili fr ni Nnpi
o1C1Jul j 10 and Hnl 1 Anuiln AIR J3
4 I tight Lang Aug 18 and they may want
t < Squires for nv ior1 lUi there
f
in S AMATEURS ARE HAVING
A MERRY STRIFE IN
i POPULARITY BATTLE
Possibly your tcvirp Is not n popu
lar one
ii Maybe It Is
1 Probably It Is
I THEN GKT BUSY
t
t p But remember that If you cont
J get started early you am going to
lose out In The Evening World con
1 tctt to determine the most popular
III amateur team In Greater Now York
t and vicinity
Its up to amateur and your
rt
friends to set buy
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i g orT IIn < v nioiiT tnvt
q GtL your to tins ntuie In The
y Kooning World Iouular Amateur
i i Teair ccntof
Ii e > Thref UIUCR are offered tioo fM
4 ind SItho money to b uitd for
ean > eguiiieii by the wlnnlK
i lUwS
No votes will I rnuntrd unl s >
I ent In on the oinctn bnllots
w In the iKiMlil1 event of n tit fi e
t monev wll be divided
I if The lmoi lu ou printed on 1ajte
t 2 o the Noon Edition while the re
J ult of th ballot and the landing
0 1 of the club will be printed In the
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Final Kdltlon each nltrht
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ABE At TELL THE MASTER OF FEATHERWEIGHTS
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ABES
fOOTtNOR1 i I
A REVELATION TR S
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ABle IN ACtION J
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HESSIAN LOOMS UP
S AS RIVAL OF COLIN
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Experts However Do Not Be
lieve He Is in a Class Vith
Keenes Colt
RYVIXCEXT TREANOR
SSIAX Is now being talked of
I I HRSSIAV horse to take a good crack
at Colin Nearly everything of
any class has had a chance against the
Keene star but in fifteen straight races
all have failed to ciHi the grand colts
I twice
record Hessian has started only
this year the first time at Jamaica
when he easily beat a good Held In
cluding Superman in ordinary Yester
day he stirte1 again In the Commando
at a mile and won eased up Hessian
didnt beat much yesterday but lie
tha many
won so ridiculously easy
rmong those present procl limed him us
one with a chance to beat Colin Hes
sian Is a big long striding colt which
looks as If he could run all day He
is a slow beg ntr but when he becln <
to close he literally eats up the ground
The writer however doesnt believe
I Hessian Is In Cottas class
I Barney PcJirelber was on hand to M hit
favorite leek Atkln beaten b > Dreamer
Jack AtkinB defeat didnt JJ anything
to Tom Shaw bankroll
i Tom Mannli got In from Canada ywter
1 day with his boy ilcCahey The boy viii
ride today Few of the riders OutSide
of Netter and Duznn have anything on Mc
I Caliey and It must be remembered that Not
I ter and Duron are always rldlnjc rood
horses
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That was a clever ride Notter put up on
Counterpane lie StOiC five lengths on the
field making the stretch turn
Eddie Dunn was there with three In
n < l > alter narrowly escaping the fatal
count In an auto collision Sunday
I
More than a few thought Garner lodi
i the race away on Boson
I
I4 > ach was In the money again on BUck
I Oak This boy Is usually there or there
abouts
1 Herman Ro entha ventured the opinion
that Bad Nwj couldnt race Notter let
Morrtort eel too far away from him In the
early running
I Fhe crow I continues to stick There were
about ilOuo out yesterday
I
That lltte blue button you nw In the
Inuels of hundreds of roils Is the official
einlieni of the Personal Liberty > > acue
V alch Ihe polltlrlars si up and take notice
Wimba jn binkers was no Improvernen
on Wai M wtout them liar to give him
another chance
CHAMPION KRAMER WINS j
1 TWO EVENTS IN GARDEN
I
flAI KKAMER the sprinting
II ohaemplon showed In fine racing
form at the opening of the sum
i mr bicycle meet In Madison Square
i Garden last nlht Kramer won two
j events
I Tho fivemile handicap was the fea
> lure event and Kramer was scratch
I man and had against him such cracks
j as Floyd Krebs Eddie Boot Oat But
i Icr Joe Kosler and Jimmy Moran
Kramer won In the fast time of 10 11 3S
j He was also too speedy for the bun h
I in the half mile handicap which he
I paptured In OM15
i The summaries
I llaf Mile Novice Won by Jo eph Corey
I Elk Wheelmen second Virgil Mercandettl
N Y thIrd I1 Curry X Y Time 1m 7s
I
Half Mile Profcslonal handicap Won
SHEEPSHEAD BAY ENTRIES
l = I > cal to The Tirnlnff World
SIIKKlSHEAD BAY UUF THACK
Juno Yh enl rp for tomorrows
races arc m follow
rrRST nACITh IVter Pan Handicap
KHi riMet nix and on half lu rietee rau
cuureo
urI ouic 1W
5 JI irnlUi Hake lilt
v > 1 Ara ei > II
i Mis inle hv in
tri millet ua
4tl linldvn Iurl In
4It Vald II
Hi i Mazuma liu
Kl Monnt hIs t lift
I 171 IoinnAj Ill
I 411 tiialltv nlanr
I iOvn KA K The Wtercoolfr llIn
IFlst nldml ore mile
i 41 Iolniilenc 1M
< 1 r1e0e 11
4Vi IKanlill IINI
I 4i < l S ih trer u
47l Tom Dolan lul
4111 Krlmile ll
I Im Qiin Marraret Mi
171 liole S Ii
I Creation 3Ct
47t riinvn W
4it lllik then
I 44i Orirafv V3
Uril Thi Wroticr liia
I7T Hnktnr i 103
I 41 saiaciieoca 101
411 I ousln in
1LS
I 41 lenincv bv Cojrlesv If 17
i 47 Trash 10
I71i 1IIk Oak I si
I 4lN Bails ourt i1
i THini nACK The Surf five an1 me
halt furUccs Puturltv Courte
I 212 aaIlHI 111
47o Sin1 1Iper IIS
ilvi sifrncette 111
I tt Snccrtatren in
47it inch nance I US
1 470 choirmaster of ChesterbrooklH
I 4iU t nele Jim us
I ITO Sir John m
ha Tootrmd 114
t i ii IUuro 114
FOfRTlT HCK The MermaM OM mile
and ft futlonr
470 stajnllia 1 i
447 > Home Ioln I ill
4tV Ijiuirhlnir Kves JM
411 Wall Rower
nil
141 H Con jii
4V riiuiiiv no
riFllI ItA frte IHSturune Hun
I mil < alit n fuilinK turf retires
iLXli Jrtuj Itfta llil
ITb Aaehis 1
4S fiiil Moniuitx 114
47i Kivnr IMne Ifs
lit mlal 11
4i IIIlIln II
177 Mill AntoiV 11 7
t7 ly It in
IM lies ni1 NMlM 110 l
47 Mrrkelev ii
I I Sa Wolf us
421 Mils Cimvfor1 liw
IVArklu H7
A fliiclnlu
440 lrnhrln M
HlXril HAi Th Htimlns maiden fit
l < rin H f > 1 five turing full
I
ouriiw
4M drl in Maid 110
417 MnlliltJ in
5S < r 110 un
ietticoat 110
queen of TrenI JIO
Sift Oat allii lie
Anna U IHUr 110
t = 5
iy Frank Kramer East Orange N J
Scratch i second Charles Schlee Newark
tv yanlsi third Oliver Dorlon Brooklyn
HO yards fourth Bldle Root Bcston US
yards Time MfJ5
Half Jllle Open Amateur Won by Oeori I
C Camer n I A A C second Fred
Hill Armory A A third Oscar Goeke I
National A C Time 1m Is
I OneMile Tandem Professional by
C Vanonl and N M Anderson second
John Bedell and Floyd Krebs third Bard
Zett and Loran fourth Fowler and Moran
I Time 2m 1 2jj
One Mle Amateur Handlcan Won by W
Knuzels 70 yisl peeonl Fred Hill Ar
murv A A ratchi third Henry Van
den Dries Lakcim A C 1UO yds Time
W 33
Five Mile Ixip Race Professional Won
bv Frank Kramer ecsn < 3 Joe Fooler
third rievd Krebi fourth W A nard elt
Time 1041 33 Lao prize non by Gear
Wlev
5 entlou 110
b I1g
= Drajfic 110
J innl 10
441 Merry Widow 110
4 > i i nn
cnrfna Hell 110
171 ilcniflo 110
in1 JUT I tviii 111
Altrpnticn allowance
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LATONIA ENTRIES
i01clau to The rnlnll WorM
IATOVIA ICy June 23 Entries for
toniorrows race htre are as follows
TIHST Ilcn rtf furlongs purs
j lAir Ilui rn Fenrlni fllrl Ill Miss
Crllleniln llfi lent no Sillle Combs
110 Quifiv Manure 110 l > lat > oli 111
Kanta RUna lift Mv Luly FIn lo 110
Point I < np 110 VnTni 110 lioadleen
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111 Courtrfilnn tin rrtl Poners lid
SEOXII IIcnKhe snj onehalf fur
lone flIrFlrmJ Ifs Tv WIL on
1O TrTinrm Hl = tn ilalre in1 Mar
rtrlllno tin Fumlam 112 WarfleM
101 Anre MrOee Ifxl
THIHH TlAOC Sx furlong relllnK
CalPha us lAlv Haihun ri H bel Queen
10 Fmlly M 1W MllTJret PliikQTI
ero IiJv fi rnn rvimn n lion Nefl
111 Hilh Guiluln liti Kntln l > cket tnt
Invenlrcrii tt Iuclc 11 loo My ine ion
1lrtv Alrv 1C
POorrtTir HACn Fcn furloij pelllnit
rri rTI W
1 IIW
ItuetU 1C IulTU Hiv ItireltVirjv KI
Irimda lIt Mirrlck in M A I iourla
r MenU KI Hinnljil Il v tIC VII >
ltt lnrn < dile tin Mutie Muck Iftl Stll
Allni 10 > 11111 111 Moiv Ittvo 11 I
FIFTH HACK gen firlonc nelllni
Flirt Ilnv OS lv Queen of Ih Honx
101 Ilelrav h0i1 JIIIhurl Ito tire
Vounir Ill Innl Hirrv H 7 iTinne nil
lasts IIH Almhlti 110 Tim Ilurit 111
Fred Mice iiiii pelt Ton 103 nn cin
0v OrUnilA Irk ill
SIXTH H IK One mile nncl one elirhti
rolllnc iilnnnu ill Albert Star IM r
te KuffmAii CI llostlli Hvnhfn H >
tone sii > i > t i7 Wnlfrlnkp Hii 1 i
I iewic iiI iimlle nil M lcnor lIft
W ithei I track rant S
Apcrintlr allnHance cli I list
BROWN A A STAG TONIGHT
At nrifvnn zymniAluai I 0itt toll I Hilly
HniT < tt tin iivcr etl hern eight und
Perry 11 tv linown HH the liiunnn < ltll
viii Us ir > L tin main lion rovo a n
rc cut 1 rv il iiini i I fl nut tie comoi
llnst 11 I 1 ujod reputation In Ih
s > lr1I1I I n SaiR u nowcimvr wll
lint to Via n j Kiimody A his VOl
tlliliK fi IIIIH eOn InMallml to IIPCD
Ihe mom i r ml
41
WYLIE GRANT NEW YORK
I BEATS ENGLISHMEN
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VliM HMJUON KtiKlnnd Jan a
yite C ilnini if Hit Ntm York ltwn
Tonnln I tIt won his nmtnh torttv In
the llilrrt round uf tint AllKtwlaii
liivtii tell ni a uhamtilonrililn bv tuiatlnir
C O ftmlth pomforlably tihrw wet a lo
on The IOOTIM won 4C 18 16
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AB AvTELL
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GIANTSONF1RST GAME
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Beaneaters Threaten in Last I
Two InningsBoth Teams
Do Heavy Hitting I
Spnclal to The Evening World I
POLiO GROUNDS June 21Just to
show that all teams look alike to the
Giants they t ok the first tame of the
doubleheader from Boston today by a
score of 6 to 3 Th visitors rallied In
the eighth and things looked so threat
ening in the ninth that Mathewson wad
with three
ent Ir to rellve MoQInnltv
oh base and one out
First Inning
Doyle threw out Ueaumnnt Browne I
bv Doyle Mc
out
also was thrown
pitched ball He was
Oann was hit by
f nd by Kelky Brldwell
forced at second
to Doyle NO RUNS
JIc
Tenney walked Doyle sacrlflced
Rltchev advancing Tenney
Gann to grounder to short forced
S mours third Dahlen to Hannlan
slvmour at out tpalln secoml Smith
I to Dahln NO RUNS
Second Inning
Drhlen was out Doyle to Tenney
I drew a pass Bridwell threw
Ilannlfaji
out Rltchev Smith beat out an Infield
I hit Hannlfan taking ttilrl Seymour
caught Dormrrs short fly about three
I inches from the < rand stand NO I
lttN8
Donlin walked Devlin popped to
I Smith Shannon hit to Rltchcy who I
I tnssed to Dahlen forcing out IJonlln
t Shannon was caught off first Dorner I
I to Rltchey to McCrtnn NO RUNS
Third Inning
Doyle threw out Beaumont Browne I
beat outa slow one Devlin got Me I
tjanns grounder but his throw to sec
ond was too late and both runners wero
safe Devlin nlo got Kclleys grounder
and touched out Browne Dahlen foulejl
out to Bre nnhan NO RUNS
Hrowinhnn soaked a long twobaggor
Into right and took third on Bridwells
Mcrlflcc Smith to McGinn Br < nahan
scored on MoUlnnltys long fly to
Browne Hannlfan threw out Tenney
ONE RUN
Fourth Inning
Doyle throw out Hannlfan and
Rltchey drove a hot liner straight Into
DovlcM hands Brldwr11 tossed out
Smith NO RUNS
Doyra rlnirlml 10 centre and went to
second fin rieymourH sacrlllcc to Mc
Juan unapNlHlcri Donlln walked Dev
hit wan Hit by pltchfd hall filling the
buses Shanmm walked forcing In 1
Doyle DornT mido a wild rttch scor
ing Donlin and r lvanclng Devlin and
Shannon llnsnatum eliot A clean dn
Kla into left ncorlnx Devlin and Shan
un and took Heiund on the throw In
lirldwell singled to right Bending Bre I
iiahon to third and took second as
Browne throw to the plate Rltchev
throw out MoGlnnity iVnnoy popped
in to Dahlin IX5UR RUNS
Fifth Inning
Seymour made R great catch of Dor
nerB Ily to contur MoOlnnlty tf > Hed
out Bunumont Browne beat out a
Hlow on to Hucond MuUium fOil lAd
i out to Tenniy NO RUNH
Doylo ulngliii Into cunter and took
second on HoymuurH MivrlAcH to Me
Oann fUIIIMRllltll Diihlen ijot DonllnH
Kruuridiir hut his throw tn third rule
to KBI Doyle and both runnors were
iifo Devlin llniil out to Browne and
Lanolin wan doulifd up Browne to Mc
i Gann NO RtNS
Sixth Inning
I KIll < > y filed to Honnour Dahlen got
u Hafn TCXUH Icanucr tacit of second
Hunnlfun tK > i > od out JI Diivllti Rltcliey
Illfd to Brldwell NO RUNfl
HannlfnN throw out Shannon Dr ima I
hun got another two hnguar Into left
and urorpd gin Drldwpll sol another to
tint nlUl1 tr ii Burner got Mrllnnltyii
I huiindiii und Brldwdll Will run down
Dornor it UN to Dahlon to Hnnnlnn ONK
Seventh Inning
ffandhiun took jtrMnvhunsi nloa h
hind the bat for New York Brtdwitl
throw out Smith Dornor tlram oat
t emt M
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FIRST GAME
BOSlOn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3
mals 00140100 6 i
GIANTS I
R H PO A E I
Tenner lb 0 0 1 1 0
Doyle 2b 1 3 4 50
Seymour cf 0 0 3 0 0
Dcnlln rf 1 1 0 0 0 i
Morkle rf 0 0 0 0 0
Devlin 3b 1 0 5 1 0
Devln I
Shannon If 1 0 0 0 0
Bresnauan c 2 3 1 0 0
Needham c 0 0 2 1 0
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Brldwell as 0 2 1 5 0
McGlnnlty p 0 0 0 1 0 I
Totals G 9 27 1 0
BOSTON
BSTO
R H PO A E
Beuont c 0 l 1 0 0
Browne rt 0 2 2 1 0
lcann lb 1 2 12 2 0
Kelley If 1 1 0 0 0
Dahlen 9 1 2 i 3 0
Hlnnltnn cb 0 1 2 0
Ritchey 1 0 0 2 5 0
Smith c 0 1 1 2 0
Dornorp 0 0 0 2 0
Youngp 0 0 I 2 0
Bate 0 0 0 00
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Totals 3 10 21 19 0
Rated for Dorner In eighth
Base Hits Off McOlnnlty 10 In S In
Bs Hlslf
nlnpn of Darner S In T innIng
First Linen on HnlM Off XlcGunity 2
off Dorner 4 Young 1
Left on Base Boston 10 Giants ft
Struck Out By McGlnnlty 1 hv Mn I
thewson 1
Thre Ba fl Hits Dahlen llannirrn 1
TwoBa Hits Brpsnahan 2 Brld
well Kelley
Stolen BaN McOlnnlty Kelley
Double Play Browne to McOann
Wild Pitch Dorner
Hit by Iltcher McGann Devlin
Hmlth IlrMnell
tmplrf ftlnlor and Johnstone
Belmont fouled to Devlin NO RUNS
Doyle nlnalM to left ana went to
second all RltchiV threw out covmour
Dnhlen throw out DenIm KS Duvle took
third RUNS Rltohov threw out Devlin NO
Eighth Inning
Merkle playing right field In place of
Donlln for New York Browne OUI
Tenney unaHslsted McOann smashed
a Ingle to center Kelluy doublc in
loft MrOann going to third alileii
tripled to left center coring Kollev
anti McOnnn Hnnnlfnnn wullop to
center won good for three hates tint
Dahlen scored Hltchey tiled to Dnvlln
Smith wan hit by pltohnrt hall Baton
hlttd for Dorner Tenney fumhled
Bate < roller for a second but ro
ovired In time to get Hunnlfun
Tennev to Neo ham to Devlin TIIBIOi
BUNS
YoutiL who recently ear from Ilttii
iiirg Tltcilnir fO Boiton Shannon
valkr > ivltmm foiil > d tri Hannlfan
thnnnon wts rauirht or first Youriir
10 MrOirn to TtIIP PMTI wi
lilt by pltcheJ ball Young throw out
MrOlnnlty VO ItlNS
Ninth Inning
Bnntimont Inttled lo cinilro Brown
wRlltod MoOlnnlty wits taknn out of
I the box and Mutliewson took his place
Browne wan forced nt ittcnnd on Mo
fann grounder Brldwell to Doyle
nuiimnnt takIng tlhrd McOnnn was
forcid out hv ICellnv Devlin lo Dnvlo
Kellev dole second DahItn itruck
out NO HUNS
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we an p7liur manor t tilt ymi fOD
imoklw flu r O will Ml you Wind
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CROSSGRIFFIN BOUT
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I GOES TO ROMAN A C
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Managers of Fighters Accept
I Terms and Agree on July 7 I
for Contest
1 jrjfv POLLOCK
wrangling for over a week
AFTER managers of Leach Cross the
eat side lightweight and Charley
Griffin the Australian featherweight
champion finally came to terms at 1
I oclock this morning They will come
together in a sixround bout at a spe
i cial stag to be held by the Roman A C
on Tuesday evening July Two clubs
were after the contest the Grand Union
A C of Harlem and the Roman A C
The matchmakers of both clubs met
by appointment and after submitting
their offers to Denny S fox manager
of Cross and Harry Pollok manager
of Griffin the Roman A C was
awarded the contest Johnny White
wH referee the bout
All dtMii fjr the rroro < b ut between
Stanley Ketchel the mMdew iitht cham
non and Tony Caionl the Oilcaso fighter
a Grand Riplds Such on Tilr 4 wiTS
completed last nUnt Silvia Ftrrottl man
ager of Caponl accepting the terms offered
b > the Grand Rapid A C for the battle
They will fIght ten rounds at IIS pounds
welch In four hours before the battle
Two rood flchts will be fought out of
town tonight At the Armory A A of
Uoston Harry Lewis of Philadelphia will
the colored fighter
tackle Larry Temple 01011 WIMe
for tIe rounds In San Francisco Jimmy
Oardner the L iwell Mass welterwelrtit
will tackle Kyle Whitney the colored pugi
list of Calltomla for fifteen rounds a lt1
pounds Whitney his been winning all of
At Graveaend I
Special toTh Evening World
GlLVVEriEND June 13
Gt EEOD
7 6 The track was fast today
The best gallops noted were
71 JAMES D BRADY Seven furlongs
in 023 t5 04S 35 114 12S driving
In good form
33 SARACKESCAOne mile In 02535
OB125 117 143 35 handily In
grand trim
72 OTOGA Four furlongs 4n 040251
i handily Has speed 1
74 DnTKCTIVE Four furlonns In
DFTITIE 3J 049 25 handily A
real nice colt
74 DIAL PLATE Six furlongs in
11535 handily Has sped
MAKUK tLIHIIe furlongs In
U243V 04J IIK 35 handily I
about ready
71 IASQLiSiX furlongs In 119 35
galloping At his best
In
U AIitttllNtsSeven furlongs
ltJJSt8ven
u5 ii Mi 1U2 35 driving Is reailv
bilUKKIx furlongs In 119 36 breezing
I
ing Never better
11 iJKJAKUALb Knur furlongs In 024 15
06 itanfiil He Is ready
16 handily
7i cOlNCluXWr One mile In 143 35
all out No much
71 HOSd FENON Four furlongs In
IEO
OSI35 ors l5U handily In food
trim
71 ST SilFiOhDFoUr furlongs in
1 US1 35 oSS 05D handily Has
71 ROYAL speed VANEOn and oneeIghth
miles In 144 168 35 handily H
Is doing well
W ktt3iLIlItFotlr furlongs In 061
breezing Has speed
In 023
71 ANISKW8 Kour furlnngs
i ASt 15 048 35 handily In grand
form
WRESTLERS WILL HAVE
BUSY TIME TONIGHT
George Bothner champion lightweight
weight wrestler will meet Altxit Con
sunrp of Belgium at the Star The
atre Brooklyn tonight Nell Olsen
the big Dam will appear against Emit
MauprtH light henvywekjht champion
of France HIH Young HickcnHchmldt
will try concluslnnH With Goorx Hm
I
jOlt the Greok Damon Fritz Mnhl
IIIIH ugrowl tl tlttiht Hutch Miller nnd
Young Hotluur will nptieir uxnliiHt
Eburhnrdt Hnltn Tommy UiichCHmo
hthnrdt River who Is her tn ehul
it > ngo tho winner of the Hotlinar nnd
Trombluy mAtch will meet JOB Ram
Mi y
his tallies and he will be hcauiy backed
to defeat Gardner beHIY
Now that he toxlnir game has closed
down In Inlladriiili rO the ajnitncr all
the iiromlnent leIIr In that city will
elY wt
prolMbly come here looking for fights
Jn nusseU the rugged etrnelKnt Is
Ihe first o that bunch w e In lawn He
arrived last night with hi manaxer BIIIv
1 vrMrntV a4 Jack 1J nioii BI
Young aboucl > Itusseil will probably
wi
get Vlmr on Park a fight 01 the Xnfr A C al
Eddie Walsh the promIsing llirlitwelirht
who has beet fighting o well at the loci
clubs having recently knocked out E1JI
Tel the Caiiornio lhlwI1 win match
lat night 10 noel Tommy rev the QiMker
City ruilllst for she roun1 at the Itomsn
A C srat on FrMiy nIght These Islo
should rut lip a hard lent n Carey Is one
25 ths gain5 lads who fights all the ttlme
Itm
and never tear a blow
I Two mon fighters Cave announced their
I Intention nf going tn EnjlanJ and meeting
the bcst men they hn over here at their
Weight They are Joe ranf Ih llrhtweirht
camplon and hilly Iapks Ih mldlfleSelrht
<
uhmolnn Gins styp h wI sthi In
Iuul Ir the winner of the McFurland
Iah fight do not ronsent to fight him on
Labor Day ntiUe I oke claim fce li
start over In 5ptembr If Ketchcl does not
agos to Inset him again
Frank Slinteit thNew EnKlar1 flhter
Is so confident that hh is seing to ngrll Tom
my vulllxin when they meet at the IMC of
the Jairmont A C of th Bronx on KruJiv
night that he has authorized BIIIv Gibson
Di
matchmaker L the rIb 10 Ira and clinch
I n match for him with harry Lewis the
lar
Lwts
clever Quaker City boxer Both mon are
rettlrB Into the bes o ahA for the bit
tie and expect to win with a knockout
lrankt lII5k th < 1 Cblcao lightweIght
sal Md Stein Ihe Quaker City fighter
wlll come together In the main bout at the
Mac of the Long Acre A e on Thur
I lay night Stein hIs hen riplllv coming
beck to his previous cood fighting form
and he expects tn put Jlakr aav bore
I the bll ring for the beginning ornle sixth
round i
The matchmaker of the nomnn A C last
night wired an offer to filly nOne Me
toJy the exwellerwetght champion to mset
Wil Lewis the local middleweight for
rli rounds at one of the club tars net
month At the same time jiallor Burke was
offered a fight with Lewis In th event of
Melloly turnlni ilmn the ore Burke coild
then have the chirce lcnts wantsj Pork to
mike irs pounds weigh In a the rlnslde
being that the Siilor claims he Is a middle
a eight
INDEXED GALLOP FORM
I I
At Sheepshead Bay
Spofst to The Bvonln World
SirEBPSHEAD BAT June 3Tle I
weather was clear and warm at this
course this morn I f The track was
fast The best workouts follow
MIRAMAR Sfven furlongs In 11s 35 I i
handily Good work
HENLEY Four furlongs In 04935
handily 1 speedy
19 AFFLICTION Iour furlongs In
049 35 handily I
ESPHJlANTOSix furlongs In 121
tTeezlng I
CS C5ij u ESlx furlongs In 1 IS breez I
ing
t WILI PlGEONaix furlongs In
043 25 103 11T 25 handily Nice
nlly
74 SIR LYVWOODSIx furlongs In 117
breezing Is about duel
I TO0oHUrTllr < furlongs In 011 45
023 35 OIl > ilan < 1l > A speed trial
MAN ITTAKlvc furlongs In 10335
breezing
I r TIMBKHOne Ing Very good mile InI4 35 gallop
74 EASTON Ono mile In OJO 15 tIC 36
UN 2 ikx1 handIly Not much
74 CRET10NSvpn
pn furlongs In 131 26
handily 131
84 GOLD LADYOne mile In 160 g1
loping At her best now
i4 IDA DPour furlonfjH in 04 breez
ing Has her rpeed
72 COLINMilo and a half In 2H
breezing Is In Rood trim
W PirrKil CILTNCiFour rurloncs In
052 breezing
74 A11ASEE One mile In 145 breezIng
Ready and good
TSnrtlCTNA GHKKNFour furlong In
Oa call ping
59 OHIDIHON One mile In 047 OC9 3fi
glory 112 lIt 1S9 handily A morning
73 HAMMOCK BOYFlve furlongs In
102 handily Jlendv and good
74 WBSTMOJlKSIx furlongs In alt 3r
115 handily Very rood work
71 FAIR PIAY One mile In 149 breer
Inge
67 BATSMAXOne mile In 141 35 hand
llv In yo d trim
74 FOPCK Five furlongs In 048 30
10J 36 handily Ha speed
CHTOTNTUC Four furlongs In 060
breezing
I B3CHAW Five furlonKi In 048 lo
101 23 handily t lot of speed
10
73 FOVA JACKSOV 1 furlongs In I
116 25 ihandllv p Is doing bet
Icr
VHlPTOPOne iille In 143 36 hand
I CO wlHPoPone IP
71 MtltPITONOnft mile In 144 hand
llv This one Is very Rood
7T SOIlS AnitHSlx furlongB In 117
WAnnASlx
I breezing Doing well
4
Ground Today 3 games
Polo
Husfliall
III collie eal odDn P M QlMiU vs Boston
Admission o
1
S STANDING OP THE CLUBS
club NATIONAL v JIj fIiIYII IUAGUE M fi rc e Club AMfcUICAN K w IT i Ici nl4 Iitilana euui IEAOlH S f SO t rc f I
445 MilcniM
ilII ri
ChlMiio 5 i I Hlt IMliin i jrJj X yentc2 1 in nil
I 331 lV
Si 4511 ft lMUii 11 VM nj J Joriliis II
i
1II hurl ti3 I rsniiotun 14 ii t1 OTlI 110510 2 1 I 414
14 II
Clnolnnilu i4 fMlHt Iul 3t U 414 veUnd12 7t1Uf ton 2t i Sf MI
New Yorl a > 21 MTl IlrwUlyn 21 11 r 0 Dulrnlt fll 23 11
RESULTS 0V YESTERDAYS GAMES
York 7 Jhluaicn 1 Jillal pht Hi Cleveland
New I IIIIhl
llinoklyti II ItilladnlKhli 0 Ten Innlixi LMrolt 41 Chlcoiro 1
Ht Louts 1 t hasten 0
Clnolnllat 4 I 1lttaburir 0
GAtES BOHEDTTXiED FOB TODAY
o CUM I N w Tark at
tlnn t at Ptb I wuhlniton 5 at Plaep
C W
fAST fiGHT DUE
WHEN KfYfS AND J
MURPHY HOOK UP
p
Thjre will he a battle between light
weights In the vicinity tonight which
should result In one of the best flcht
of the year The pu llsts who will fltf
iie In It arc Timmv Murphy and Bszt
Koves the exQuaker City fighter They
will come together In I sixround bout
at the opening stag of the Naval
A C In its clubhouse at tlmcr Park
which is locatedtut below Benton
hurst Ever time these lads hay me
they hate always put up a Blushing right
and It Is expected that this one wlb
a much better battle than their pre
vious contests Both are In excellent
shape and confident of wlnnlnc Four
other good bouts will precede It
Woodward Baldwin Win
By a score of eleven to five 0
WoodwardBaldwin Co team defe ld
tnI DecrlniMillikpn Co tam on at
urday afternoon I the grounds near
Jamaica Hithard rooter is manager
of the winiilnt hunt
AMUSEMENTS
HAMMERSThDTS 4 d s D
EI al 816
an1 matinee elnllT down
ROOF lair In Victoria Theatre
< rut iiior niiu
IEXI HOItACK GeitDL4 4 FORD
Goim3ns iog k at tireus CollIns
tlIr The t Mus Aora hterteet rJ
tVarrsn The nal E1rI Ira
111 lN1fl ItlAy tShlssi iii
larlonl1 ant others
John WITCHIfGtt1 TharsSCtS J
I ° t S
HOUR 1
Mason T o 121 W of ttwsy
clCCF OF VIIIST RANITelegTan1
lUR EE IIINS t t HERALD So
n Eve < Jil Mst Sat i 18
VriVKR TttIfllttWlb ° t ntiMSO
lilft
LYRIC r
THE WOLF ZF lYIC 820
II Kllgrnr VnUer 42rt W oMVwmr
Civile F1trV Or T l T DALYS
IRLS Broad ay A 3bt
K gg lt Mitlne ToMorrow 21S
ii iffrL IH K r H K II asy A toCl 9
IEW YORK RVJ in Vats Wed RM
CARLE in MARYS LAMB
JARDIN de PARIS TtI1 AICO tIC 1 r
IIt4 VEV HKVUE
KIII
I itti 111 1 F ntuE
I FOLLIES OF 1008
litA I its tV 513
NewAmitcrtwm Mats WM A aA i
fleer V Sviie > OrIginal Productloa
> S OID Pucloa
Henl I D J
The Merry Widow iDWu4Wt
Nut M Will IxmUo
l PreMrr McKrnileMi
O OtNI1 Kenleb
lum Co SpIseil Hro a
tIlal Mack TomlackTrio
The Ixite Wnlli Carter
I 1M8 nTh Haven I Co School
I or llrls Jack Nnr
MetInl1yne worth Arthur Rich Ac
SAVOY31Mats and uwYst itS liO
lltNKV M1LUBK The Servant N House
ASSTK IUATKRS Serant T f Hol
ItNICKKIMlOrKKH Bway 4 MtU 8
1tICKFIIIOCKYI
< 8 11 Mat Sat Only 215 i
CEO M COHAfj TJIP YANK
KEITH PROCTORS
BTH AVIThe Naked Truth Ja J lorI
111 To
Lett JosfettlJTrcupe mlly fat ffii flOe
IJlll M OrtrudeHoffmsn tcse Ioyd
milr s t Teddy Bear others Dally Mat Me
lOcOllB BwnyOOtn Bvm six Mill Bill
CIRClf Tel tiM Cols Stats gIn tftllf
Thurs Sit i U IHllV
finRfinnil Raymond JIbca
Ill he MerryGoRound in the Alt ftr CASTOR
1 Mats Wed Sat 230
V Wt ft 230
IUTH 1110 MONTH
ASTOR lG ISTt
I
Wed IDta Oe > v5 O
A 11US GIiET lLAY PAID IN FULL
In ArdtmI Tb
PALlS A DES Tit 101 J
Amusement IAKiki p vine lon c
OOP 13tlh il rcavdmSc SalSunlO
VVIT7ciiS Eva SiP Mat Sit at 2U
TIM lM I 1 THE GAY MUSICIAN 1
1
MADISON nnnr riniMU Every night < S so
RRnrN
ROOf ADFN Protection In
SQUARE Illll UllllULIl Event of Rain
An Original Musical Comedy SKIHI1
Rl ANFYQ111101 SOB Way5 itEv81B
DLADLI O Matinee Tn3ay 21S
Edna May Spooner 1nf cAMILLE
KtLANTi GAJWEN
ATI NTIC Bowen near Canal St
lIvers evening 750 SAt 210 Mat Concert
Onln 73
H flnirt Vnudevt latest Moving llcturto
ADMISSION FREE
KXCBPT ON
DroamlanU FREE SHOWS
nronrlnnr At AH Times
Wm n ReynoldS pr Take Iron IIIV
Brighton Beach Music Hal
Brihto n little fun all Ibis week A
Ihln I lite
NUht n a houseboat fleasle WrJ
rhran k Warn and a ot of other good
I things that are making this place famou
for refined vaudeville
Dully Matinee 3 orlock Plygs 88
Iteierved Seats at Abraham A BIrSUCI
S 12 OOT5 11
Ilarien 10 Luna tn 53
LUNA
IlnuI The Subway
J take oU 10 AIU1 ave
PA R K ltrookivn 11 the boa Beach IbiD hapresi transfer
= IleJ I i
I VERY NIGHT
PAINS FIREWORKS
STEEPLE I CONEY ISLANDS
I CHASE I FUNNY PLACE 4 I
A LADdH IN EVERY POT
BPORTINa I
AT SIIEBPSUEAD BAT 4
RACING JUNE 10 to JCtT I
JUNE MEETING
TIlE CONEY ISLAND JOCKKT CLU
TiE Surf Mermaid and A othL K
TOT leave 114th It hi hi vhrn
rt Trains 11 A 11 f 128M UM 10 =
T 1 110 1 210 P 24 EleotrIe tgsza
sn
511th it ferry foot hltehai it vsy
cia tl
to minutes 12 rlro M 1 vIa Broll
hlrldae Dr Subway Irflal Race Track Bathe
i Irldle II tlek Brooklyn trolleY cn ala
TAnd
luner tn traek MUll hv In
flreni Illand 53 hailes lCtO flelul UI
I MENANDWOMIN
TIM nil O tar UDSUIUS
I uasrsre4 dtsulsrgsa lrrtt tlohs ioftsmsuitloai or UhOUS5I aH
55 C Ititsft of mUOJU masabysiss
I
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I c iTHlEvtHI CKlUICAlCo lest LiId or paltoawsa 11J
as n La plaIn
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