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10 THE EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1908
UP TO DATE THE BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK EDITED BY
41 AND NEWSY l ROBERT EDGREN l
LANGFORD WAS
REAL GOOD TO
JOE JEANNETTE
I
t
> I
d End of Six
Sam Had the Lead at
Rounds but Could Have Won
Easily Had He Tried
THAT negro fighters do not make the same forc battle agaltat one
T of their own color as they do against a white opponent was again
1 demonstrated In the contest between Sam Langford and Joe Jean
I nette the colored fighters at the stag of the National A C stag last
night In the six rounds they fought Langford easily had the better In
giving Jeannette a good walloping and flooring him three times twice In I
Vthe opening round and again In the fifth session
Langford could have put JcannetM
away that Is It he wanted to for
every time Joe got up after a knock
down Langford kept away from him
and as a result Jeannette not only reo
iovered from the blows but also had
many of the spectators wild by getting
In a number ot hard Jabs to Langfords
I face and body which seemed to take
j the steam out of him
Another noticeable thing about Lang
fords showing against Jeannette and
that with Jim Barry John Wllle and
Tony Iloss was a large number of
blows that he missed or either fell short
with last night In his fights with the
r white men he seldom missed a blow
that he aimed and when once they
went down from a smash on the Jaw he
was ready to let tly the knockout punch
when they got up on their feet Poor
Tony Koss can vouch for this state
ment for the moment he got up Lang
ford put him down again Langfords
failure to take advantage of Jeannette
after he had him in a dazed condition
might be attributed to tile fact that
the was not In the Deal of shape and
the blows that Joe had sent into his
body muy have weakened mm At anj
Langford for
rate some spell was over
In the tmh round ne ooxed so tamely I
tler lift dropoed Jeannette for the count
of eight anu Joe KIK ut tlut tue SOC
tailors began to hiss him for not wading
into Jeannette and Iteferee Charley
vnlte had to order the men to gu on
and box
Big Crowd Present
The fight attracted the largest gath
ering of fans that has witnessed a bout I
it any of the local clubs When Lang I
ford climbed through the ropes In his
long bathrobe with the wail paper de
giign every seat in the clubhouse was
occupied and a few hundred more were
compelled to stand up at both the front
uni rear of the building After a wait
of a few minutes Jeannette came up
the aisle with his seconds and as he
took his corner the ciowd gave him a
Great oatlon I
Inall HeCere White called them to
L the centre of the ring for instructions I
When the bell rang Jeannette came out I
of his corner with a rush and let l1y a I
might left Jab which reaches I Lang
fords face Langford then plante < l his
Jeannettes jaw and they came
right on came back wllh
clinch Jeannette
to a
the
B lift Jab to the body and repeated
Langford countering with a
punch
Short right on Jeannette jaw which
lent him back a few feet
leCl
Langford then threw In a hard
to Joes wind the latter countering
left
the stomach and a
I with a rlcht to H clinched
the jaw As the
swim on
SlJSoS walloped Jeannetles klJnep
the
bunged him on
with a right then
theloop punch and as
law with a looptheloop
Jeannette half staggered LanBford
the Jaw with his left
hookd him on
dropping him to the floor Her
White bean the count and whrti he
> veiled six Jeannette got to his feet
Joe was dazed and Langford let ll > a
right which landed on Jeannntte a
hard
klJey dropping him to the floor for
the second time When Joe sot up
Langford stood off and finally put in
a left to his body Langford then took
1 4 a st and Jeannette poked him In the
face with a left and a right to the
body Jeannette put In threo more left
jabs to the face and the hell rang
In the second round Jeannette WAS
rJered bv his manager Jimmy Do
Forest to use his left and Joe poked
Llneforrt the face with It Langford
got In a left to leannettes hodj the
lattv slipping to the flonr After that
Jeannette fnunht splendidly landing
man left Jabs on Iingfords body < > I
face without a return Jeannettes
work was so cood that the spectators
cheered him wlldlv Just hcfnrr the
round ended Lanefnrd banged Joe in
tlie hodv with a right anil hooked ovaf
two left Fwings to his law which sent
f him tn hta corppr dazed
r Looked Good for a Minute
t In the third round Langford sailed
Into Jeannette as If he meant to finish
the tattle thi llnnd there He tlrovo
In hard lefts UiJils bitlv nml face anl
a right snlns nIl his Jaw whlrji shook
him up Langford again slowed up anil
Jrannette got home a left ro the
stomach a right to the Jaw two more
lefts to the wind and a left to the face
Laneford landing an overhejd right
svvnr to Ills law as the bell rang
The fourth was a good round Jean
riPtte using alert jab that seldom
rniswd and Langford doing little or no
l work
In the fifth round Langford fell short
i with a left and smashed Jeannette In
r
SHEEPSHEAD BAY ENTRIES i
r SHBBP3HEAD HAY RACE TRACK
Pcpt L The entries for tomorrows
raws here are as follows
e < < FIRST RACE The llrldame for all aRes
Itlllnir evn furlcmcs
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Ml Haraclnesci lj1
Ml < s Alert I IS
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vjlt Oatk Mrhi lui
Mil Ailrlani 10
ia Queen Mnruiwrlte HW
TH4I Hfknows int
H Blick Mary Hkl
Juke nt IlrMgewaUr tin
TiO nllI Wall l I
SKCOND JtACEThe Phantom nrrp
rta fplllnt abut two miles
> g 1lrate 117
mi Kninomr iir
in1 ttt I Itamro1 Ciller WI
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ICS3 Naao I 37
tM 1 Ia Irl ka I
JIIIIIU JUOETlK Iah for mo > ear
old nix furlonei Kulurlly Ooiirre
f ist Held Moue IZI
M Madman nit
7vi linn IZ
7V Sfn Cliff 117
T MSI 1111 hafr nil
M1 IVltl Kil nil
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MM IXin Enriqii j
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the body with his right Joe came back
with a left to the face and a right to I
the Jan Jeannette scored again with
a left to the nlnd As Jeannette started
a right swing Langford stopped back
and chopped his left over on Jeannettes
jaw dropping him to the floor At the
count of nine Jeannette arose and
Langford backed up As Sam stood off
for a few seconds without letting go I
a blow the crowd began to hiss him
and Referee White yelled out Come
on and box By this time Jeannette
had recovered from the punch and
they exchanged swings to the body and
face
The sixth and last round Jeannette
fought good He landed a hard left
Jab on Iwingfords face and Sam count
er rt with a left swing on his Jaw Jean
nette then reached Langfords face with
two more hard Wfts and as they
clinched he drove In two hard rights
to the body These blows took the
wind out of Langford and he appeared
tired Jeannettn then reached Sams
body again with a right his left reach
ing the Jaw ai the bell rang ending the
battle
m
I BY JOHN POIJ OCK I I
KETCHEL will probably I
STANLEY biggest favorite In betting
for his coming twentyfive round
I battle with Billy Papke at Jim Jeffries
Club at Los Angeles Cal on Labor
Day afternoon that has entered the i
ring since Jim effrles fought Jack Mun I
roe In San Francisco several years ago I
The sporting men of California are so
I confident that Ketchel Is going to beat
Iapke that they are offering at present
odds of 10 to 4 on his chances and 6 to
4 that Papke wll not come up for the
tlftcenth round It Is expected that by
the time they begin fighting that odds
of 3 to 1 will be offered on Stanley
I
Jim Barry Ihe Chicago hMvywelrtt hai
be > n nuiched to flshl Hauling John on
tho > ounK heavyneUlu fluhter of Sin Fran
cisco for ten round before the Pacific A
C of Los Angelei Cal on the night of
Sept 11 Harry will leave for th coad
afier his sixround boul wlih FrM Bradley
at lhe PrlnctM A C lo moraw nlicht If
Harry bean Johnson he wllr be algned up
lo fight AI Kaufmann before the tame
club
Jim Duokley manlier of the Navarre A
C announced la t nlrtt that he had prac
tically dnldil to run jtaKi all winter at
timer Park but In the pail linn across the
street from the place where he Ii holdlnr
laKS now Duckley teems to think Dill
1 with noud bouts he will K t tho fluht fans
to nuke lhe journey clovn there lie x
peels to put on ailstar shawl In the future
HOW MURPHY AND CROSS FIGURE IT OUT
ou LITTLE C RLf you L ITIL Plec OF
LEDi BANDY qIEESe you BoWL 1
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V 1 < 1 J > ot TH1 HAMLET OF 3 < irVE5ToW > J 0 I TH
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FANS JARRED THEIR DOPE
WAS ALL WRONG ONCE MORE
They Had It Figured Out That
Cubs Would Take Lead In
stead of Dropping Back
BY BCZEMAN BULGER
away went the dope again
AND nd this time fandom had Its
r Incll sharpened Its owd Jn
hand and figured Chicago In the lead
New York second and Plttsbur third
But oh what a shakeup Fresh from
the battlefields of the West the Olanti
Jumped Into Boston corralled both
games nf a doubleheader and got a
better toehold on the top rung Instead
of shooting daylight through St Louis
the Cubs took a tumble and at the
011t Hflllrttr five and onehalf furlong turf
course
courseais > Oitmiah in
MS Star Thistle 112
iMsi Ir J1I1 IIS
Ml Itoifenton II
Mil Clvlta 101
Ml1 Court lady In
Ml ttiKmin 111
M3 riireal Km
mVS Iloiinlc Klso jijii
sjl 111 ii j
427 Intervene Iil
W Dinder 107
Mil Maivton Vlsnn IQT
Djlte of Dululh in
ilC lh II 1111
l > 3 Hlrtl if Klliril II 1U
SIXTH I5APB The II Iphln for thre
yearoM4 ono mile and an elihtfi
jS Hlalto isi
7j VH IMraln Hi
1 Ml teiucoup ins
70n PalraiU Ins
jOt Tort Johnson nr
Si e olcf n ln o
i Awnmire nllonance c lalrni
i
same time Plttsburg snatched both I
games of a doublebarreled affair from 1
the llrdf Can you beat It Instead of
Jumping Into the lead the Cubi dropped
back to third place and Plttsburg Is
ngaln the coatender
In the mean time great rafters and i
columns ot timber have begun to mark
I
the lines of the greatest grandstand In
the country which Is being especially
built to accommodate the crowds at i
the Polo Grounds during the final fight
and possibly at the series for the
championship of the world This stand I
will Increase the seating capacity at the
Polo Grounds to 25000 ad In stie It 1
will have no equal In America It will
be ready by the time tie Giants return
nett Tuesday
The National League has had many
hot races but never such a hummer as
this When It comes to predicting the
winner the press box M < mg are willing I
II
COAST FANS OFFERING I I
I 3 tO 1 ON KETCHEL
1eh Imajrlaei that they will draw the ptoJ
I
I
filvT1 louirhrey the Quaker City
i fl elrtf Rml Joe Ewr the Denver light
irnl have bc n ecurei to try conclusions
In a lxrmin < i bout at the staK to be held
Ju Uie Roman A C on neil Monday nlchi i
Jfuirhrey hai made a greal Impression with
the local fight laM by his style of fighting I
and the chances are lhat the clubhouse will
be marked to se < him In action Slejer 1
fighting teller now than he has been doing I
nines he arne here I
Dill Brown Ii point to build a bis club
house at Kockaway neit sea on where hi1
will hold his weekly lags The building i
will b on big piles and will be out on the1
water where lhe members will gel all the
air they want His Ian slag for ihli year at
Itockaway will come off on Monday night I
It vlll b a special stair The regular stagi
will be held on Friday night when Billy I
Glover and Fighting Dick Nelson will meet
In the main taut
I
I Jcx Jeannette has b en practically mMched
to meet Sandy Fcrgusm the lioston heavy
I welrht for twelve rounds al a show lo be
I held by the Armory X A of Boston on
the night of Sept 15 Ferguson has been
taking the hst of care of himself and Is I
IraJnlng hard tor the twut Just o TlJgJ
i lljslon nfttel eIl1M get Intocondition
for the battle at lhe Princess A C i
I the Sam
nllly Elmtr was a speclalor al
Jeanntte battle last night IUId I
langlordJoe
I flonc wal s dr ee nW th i
He wns MW
clubhoue
Fomll Fo h who did a 101 01 printlnr tIer i
AT between the front of the building
bout
th b al
and JeaniiKtes drejslnzroom U was learned
I Elmer vis there to collect tarn money
th1 h ii rtalmed Jeannette owed him when
whlth JninaMr lost out
his mana er Billy
he a
CoDsldbte Intresl I being t ken b > I
St fM In the coming 11round
the local fi > rt Kea and Matty Halol
Jout blxoen h deddJ al Ihe Po Irmanl
IVln which Frldfl nlghl Doth lad haye
i on
followlr IU In lhl vicInity ned nuh I
hl 111 t vnrered on the boltl Billy
OMY mlnRer or the cluh a h wlt
IJIUlon
for a boul hetween Ihc i
bl < IUl1e
nCfr a
Innr and the victor of th < MurihyCroi <
I nht to mt ina iliround content In
l1re ok I
White mai ker t tho olIon
Jobnny 1 annlnr d lal nlJht Ihal nth
hi dab auld hol Ihelr tag on
tulure
7rILl1 Inlta1 01 Tu ar The neIt ta
will I hol nn FrUa Pnln Septemhr
11 On tnnt occsslrn While eXlotCl to put
Jn in nlltar liox with the ben flghttri i
thit he can secure Terr > Martin of Phil
gjtlphla will nft Home 1C00j man ln the
i windup
Le Roy and Palm r Winners
nobort 1 5 Roy and Hlchard Ialmer quali
fied for the final ruunu in Hie ntrs slnglfi
In roe lawn lennl < tourney of the Eajt Jer
i iy lan Tennis Awimlon al Elizabeth I
N I yntenlav Ix nny beat Retinal I
I T > t In itraUht ets and Palmer won from
Walter nennett 1I
1I
I
STANDING OF THE CLUBS A
AIErUfJ IFAOUE NATIONA trA011P
Ouo WUiii Club W L PC I Club S L fC CUD WI IC
Uecrnlt f ri Ihlla Vi i Wl Ne Tork71 k HiJii innatl H 85 43 i
M IMIIII > i il M > l < jstiin Ml tis 171 IlttsXir Tilt r WU n 80 no tp
Chlcairi D 7 j Wailnnston 11 iVi 4H On tacu II > SDHniuklv IH 71 371
Clerfanl 07 V w SVn Yirk i Hi s 1hlli f1Z M II 43 74 JOS
RESULTS OF YESTKKDAYS GAMES
Ne Totk 4 Ihllaleiphla 3 la linlngj Ne Vurk 4 Ucat > n I lrit iram
Phllartflphla rhM i rk i > innlnti New York S Utuinn o S lIr Uins
Caant n uctjunt of darkneu 1hlladeltihla 4 Ur < klvn Pint Ranie
Vashlr < n U Uoilon U 1hllaJeluhla U Hr > kvn 0 Meoiui nmc
Cloelind I butrolt 0 fllUbun in Clnilnmti 2 Klnt ram
CLIcaio 13 Si Iiuli a rliuburr n tln < lnnail 2 S uunl farm
Ht Ixiulf 5 rhtcirr < 10 Innlnci
GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY
lhU1dolp l at New York X r Yoric it Host n
lIoten al Waaiilnxioo to Biiwklyn al IhlUdelphta K pmM
Chicago t it Ix ul V HI lijlg at Chluo
I 11flu4 at DIItNtt Plttshurs at Clnclnnall I
to throw up their hands While New I
York was If third place I picked It as
the winner and am going to stick to It I
They may not have an all around club
as classy as Chicago but McOraws
men have the nerve and the flhtlng
spirit and that Is often better than
auy number of star players I
Fight Is Cubs and Giants
Notwithstanding the fact that Plttf
buhB Is In second place I believe the
fljht h between New York and Chi
cago McGraw made the assertion I
Mull In the seaS and he says he tees I
no reason for changing his mind Thai
Cubs have a decided advantage over
both New York and Plttsburg In pitch
ers Their strength lies In the fact that
they have more of them While New
York has to continually strlv to work
their two prcat pitchers Mathewion
and Wlltse when their efforU will
count the Chicago club has enough
pitchers to Use each man once In four
days and still not 0 weakened They
have Brown Reulbach Pfelster Over
all and Lundgren all of whom can be
depended upon at any time In fact
Manager Chance would b at a loss
for an answer If he were asked to pick
out his two best men
Plttsburs mUl dejnd upon Liefleld
Wills and Leever They cannot tae
any chances on sending In anybody
On thc other had New York has
but two pitchers on whom It cal
absolutely rely Ames I In prime con
dition but McGraw la loath to use
him for fear that thu team will grow
ncrvims expecting him to get wild
McClnnity has ben having great
trouble with his curve bal and Taylor
seems to be unlucky
Crarulall is ctcady but he hadnt
fiultc enuouirh life for McGraw Own
dall Is a nitre kid only twenty years
old but he goes abut looking like d
man of thirty He Is very much loved
by the players ot the tem and they
have all tried to Inoculate him with
ginger hut to effect
no He has a
habit of going around with his head
down and looking at the ground For
thJs reason some of them have dubbed
him the Hunchback of Notre Dame and
Wallo he Is as straight a an arrow he
takes It good naturedly Whllo he may
lack In ginger Crandall Is one of the
coolest propositions that ever stepped
Into a diamond > To amount of hard
hitting or hard luck can disconcert him
and with that powerful physique he
continues to plug rigrht along And lie
wins to
Wel on with dance you leaders and
you will wait for the duals to ice what
the day will bring forth
MONTREAL ENTRIES
iSpria lo The Ei enlnz Word1
MONTREAL Que S pl 2 Following
are the enirlea for tomorrow
FIIWT HACE Minllcap twoytar olds
fio furlonifsMime Abe 122 Personal
intl SM Swell US llk Ho e M Pearl
Iolnt 103 July 100 Ceremonious IDS 01
Xeb 104 High Range llii Man > Xoylet
104 Quantlro Ho
SKiOND RACE Three ear o < li selling
mil and a furlonj Servile ariZk Ilaucus
V < St Ilarlo US Urasgidoclo Hi j Ulir
fatiaby W Albert W l Ml Vigilant
Ji Pally Cohen W
TltlUD KA K four jearolde an < up
selling lx urlonei Pretennlon 110 X tsy
HlnforJ lus Workman UN la < l > Ann HO1
10
lti mount 113 FImlnr 110 Silly pr s
ton 103 Uoanlnt US The Co n 11
Autumn Flotr 110 Trenola II inney K
111 tit Nol 110 Oraca Klmbill 110
FOIRTII IlAfIlJt Dnls Stakes iII
InK ihr yrirnWfl atvl s lx furlonirs I
S Jeanne HIT < iup irsiiion lull Ulark
Hawk liiO uprIlnL I n 120
n nlru 101 Cixiney 1 120 Jljlanli
1 vi Waterbury 120 Mlease lo <
FHTH Kf E sStMpiechase four > ir
< 1 r ind up sHIIhK about t mllen
jhlsOut 143 llulvvell 111 Ull in S r <
IAn 140 HiUfleur tis Knotmimptim
iMte I4i rn 111 IlunK la Wo netting in Ii u
SIXTH RAHE rhrroyear Mi inl up
in < six furUmgii ifonest 10 lont
lrl iv nok Miry lUll Chief llyfs jj
Prvtrnsloi 110 Mtrth IK J Vadlo II
Illatk Iliwk HI TlnflnH IOV M niflm r
111 lllue 110 Iuat 111 Fleming 110 Vater
Apprentice allowance
Uab1 Toda I rlean Uirg l
1r1 T Amulcaa tl mila4 tpht f
Mu r L O I
Will fl T fO
C OW T IG rI
Speculation and argument have cim
blned to make the i eaeh CrojsTommv
Murphy flght at the Navarre A C In
Llmer Park to night one of the most i
Interesting heir In this rifty between
lightweights since TerrI McGovern bat
tered Jimmy Urltt at Madison Square I
Garden two years auo Kach of tho 1
alo I
principals In tonights contest has a
host of friends who persist In thelt
belief that their favorite will sin and
as every seat has been taiun In the
big pillion at Ulmer Part It Is
probable that at lest 500J iVit tans
will see the battle
wi bt te I
Of course all of Xtjrphvs cohort
from Harlem and his neiv following
from Klatbush believe impllclty that I
Murphy knows too much for Cross i
Leaci has made the wusht without
difficulty he Is taller and has a longer
reach than Murphy and uidoibtedly I
he can punch harder at long innge i
than Tommy Murphys chances of
sudden victory will come In the I
clinches and Tommy n1ll surely use
his borlngln tactics In an effon to I
tore his opponent to close quarters
Cross has an Impregnable defense
but he has declared hisIntention of
swapping punches with Murphy If ie
does the battle mal not last the fix
rounds that It Is scheduled to go I
n Ilnltrer Sporting Department I
Etenlnfi AVorldi
1 nni Informed lint there irn a
pitcher l > y the nitiiiF of Hnlpli
llnpldflre irlio once Uiitiblecriimetl
I Swat Mlllluau In n KHIUC out In
Arltnnn nklnij niltantaee of hU
Intlnmte nciiiialntnnce with flip
Peerless Hitter nf the Iolnon Unk
Ift me kiion I thin I true I
ouoiun SOIOMO
I am elad you called my attention to I
that Inprate of a pitcher Mr Solomon
I have Just returned from a trip West
with the Giants and while In that territory
tory I sought Information concerning I
the whereabouts of Rapldflre I learn
from Dan OLcary that lUpldflre has
been loaflns about the country ever
sInce he participated In that famous
game worklne skin James throughout
the larger cities Through this experi I
ence he now has a Job at the Chicago
Zoo peellnz bananas for the monkey
cage I
Rapldflre was a jolatlve of Mllllgan
second cousin I beleveand It was I
through his knowledge of tho pcarlesa i
hitters private affairs that he lost ali
scruples and offered his services as a
pitcher to the ArIzona Arrowtalla when
the Poison Oaks were making a tour
of the West
napldflre knew In his heart that Swat
could not bo beaten bv fair means to I
In his craven heart he cast away his
scruples and resorted to one of the most 1
dastardly plots known to the esme to
bring about the humiliating defeat of 1
his own cousin i
The diamond at Arrowtall was cov
ered In soft sand nnd Ilnpldllre welt i
to work on a daring scheme Knowing
that Swat weighed In the neighborhood
of 1S7 pounds when In condition he fig
ured accordingly He hired a force of
workmen and had a ditch dug along tha
base lines to within ten feet of the
bag This was covered over with
sticks that would break under a press
I ure of 1S7 pounds nnd the wllle thlnn i
was then covered with n layer of sand
As nn other nlayer on oltder club was 1
sc May as twat the sticks would not
break and Krpldflre tiinirod that the
plot would not lie discovered until Mil
llgan care up to put on the lilch pol
ish wallop when things n close
Into the town of rrowtill four
stranger dropped one afternoon and ns
It happened they arrived two dnys be
fore tho 1olson Oaks wer due A pep
under ttelr dlngulses would have dis
closed the familiar features of Bwati
famoui acr t service men They were
cot to h caucht napping 1 tiro
lUI Iltr Il tborgmbly cinvtritai
STOP BETTING
OR CLOSE GATES
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Br VIXCENT JRKAffOR
TO TIIK Il 11111 The umnnui
mcnt or the Coney Iilnud Joke
Clnh hnvc delermlncil to hold It s
nntnmn meeting mltli open Itea
upon condition that priifnalonnl
lietlliiif I effectively itopprill
otherwise the ifnlcn will he cloned
to the pnhllr and the ntnkeH run
of In private Vlolntloni of the
foregoing notice will he followed
by ecluiilon from tlie ground
The above Is printed on the Sheens I
head iay programme every day I I i
shows the association Is sincere In Its
desire to beat out betting of any kind I
it the track As a further evidence of
sincerity the Pinkerton force has been I
very officious If not overofficious In I
carrying out the wishes of the assocla I
clatlon Alan Pinkerton head of the
track police Is on the jib continually aa I
are all of his assistants Yesterday Allan
Pinkerton objected to Nelly Kellowes
standing In the paddock with a group
around him Fellowes aid he wasnt 1
doing anything to which Pinkerton re
plied Of course not I suppose you are
all Just playing marbles FeUoles
and his group catered and werent
seen togsther during the rest of the
afternoon There doesnt Mm to be
an letup In the attempt to stamp out
betting Any wagering carried on now
Is of the handbook variety paying on
newspaper odds ant these odds aro
awful a the talent puts It
As an evidence of the falling off of re
ceipts and the cut In expenses the Lander
bad at the track has bn reduced to ten
In these no scandal days Ihe race run
SWATS FRIEND TRIED TO
CROSS HIM BUT FAILED
with every detail of Ilapldjlres dastardly
tardly plot
The Poison Oaks came Into town i
heralded by a flare of trumpets and
the shout of a multitude of people
Mllllgan was the cynosure of all eyes
The kids followed him as thev did Jim
Jeffries when he won the heavyweight
champlonihlp
At a secret conference In the hotel
Mllllgan was toll of the plot against
him and he dismissed the detective
telllne them to fear not He was on
to his business Drawing his trunk to
the door Swat extracted therefrom a
peculiar pall of boots and patted them
affectionately I guess you will do
he said and put them aside
The game was fraught with Intense
excitement at Rnpldflre was reaJly a
clever pitcher when he facer ordinary
batters Tho Poison Oaks were two
runs behind when the fatal seventh in I
ning arrived and the people of Arrow
tall wero crazd with joy The Poison I
Oaks got two runners on base and the
mighty Mllllgan strode majestlcajy to
the plate A hush fell over the crowd
The mighty physique of Sat was Im
pressive They looked unon him with
awe Rapldllre merely smiled In I sar
donic way He felt tint the great hit
ter was domed and through the per
ddv of his own relative
Swat had lure on maklne a suit
able number oE runs to attract a crowd
tha next day the rule belne still In
vogue that a runner could keep scoring
until the bal was recovered On the
other hand Hapldflre figured that Mllll
Kan would tumble on his head the Mil
jump and would b hell prisoner In the
prsoner
ditch until the bal was brought to
tlrst base
Rapldflrc began to wind and then nero
ceptlbly naled as he saw that famous
steely glint appear In tho eyes of Swat
Ho also noticed that Mllllgan wore i
pair of boots Instead of tho regulation
baseball shoes Rapiddre rlulaUo
a cold sweat and his hands were
I clammy
Finally he turned ooso the ball and
bal
MllllRan his hip swung a gigantic heave from
Crack The mighty homsrun
hom3rn
I bat had caught the bal squarely on
the nose and to the great beyond It
sailed away Haphlflre sat down and
laughed war wtuilcJ to sea Srvat fall
I Hows that nulpliy yelled Swat
and wltli one bout he leaped nil the
l 11 base line learc < al
way over the lue ami landed on
i first bag with one Jump ne had com
I pletcly cleared the ditch HO had
donned hla seven league hoots Thev
wero 30 ronstructed that the fake solos
were tlllid with comprised air Hy
Ilt1
touchlnz I prlng the nlr would shoot
to thi ground causing Swat to rise In
tlin all and make a leap like a kanga
roO In another Jump lie reached second
utnl another placed him on third The
Inst hop hndiM nlni on the home plate
of hop < ln
In a series mate 10 runs
liefnre the rubber wore out nnd the air
wn xhau
To this ela lel the public o Arrowtall
does nut know of tiic foil nlol lhat waa
f WI
laid airalnt thp famous Million Tlipfo
illtcliiS nre atlll there nut napldtlre was
tttrneJ Into a tramp He could never
hc hla tmscrupulmw employee again
I That Mr Solomon Is th i story oi
I the downfall ct IaiM lUpltllk Lat
may ui hone Corm that iom lay tha poor devil
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Hlhereal ha1 lo be ery coo > l lo overcom
hl eirly Interference nnj gel up lo win
from HarrlTap I
McKlnney Is kpcplrc up his tronk He
has won nearly all lhe race ihroueh the
field Ihls aeaion
Traths poor race Monday Is pirllallr ex
plalnel by the fact Ihnt she wj cui Jo n
at the ro t It may be i < vme weeks beore
the I b > e n under nlki aeiln
Shllllns ncarly tossel off the race on Miss
TIJi In two mnro Junps Mllfnnl would
hae cflupht her
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cycle rilns world linn ever s cn are
on their way to New York to take
part In the nice meets nil boJng held
on the saucer track In Madison Square
Garden The ire Henri Mayor the
ihort distance champion of Germany
and A 1 Clarke the Australian IPe
marvel These two men have ben rid
ing some match race at Salt Like City
and It has been a tossup as to which
Is the fiber rider They will pobibly
be pitted In match races at the Garden
against Frank Kramor the American
champion Mayer boat Kramer In ft
match rae In Fruice after betting
100i > i frams tint he uM turn the trick
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