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F Battling Nelson satisfies Ills
IF latest ambition and runa a
Marathon quite a number of
people will turn out to see him It
would be Interesting to s ee If pure
gameness coupled of course with
perfect physical condition and an ex
traordinarily strong hear crn carry
n man through such a race even
though he has not compered before
In tho same line of sport
It would be Interesting to see Nelson
groggy nnd It would be a unique
spectacle If the great lightweight took
the count for the flrt time In his life
Kelson has the gamcneis a perfect
I yslque for longcontinued effort nnd I
a world of wiry toughness Probably
i a greit distance runner was lost to the i
world when he took up fighting as a i
profession
I have seen many fighting men who I
could easily havo made good on the
cinder path There was Jim Corbett I
for Instance Jim was a very speedy I
big man At Carson while training for
the fight with Fltzsimmons Corbett
spent most of his time on the road I I
usually went with him on a horse His
dally run was six miles out from camp
and back again He did It at a Jog I
trot and ended with a spurt of about
two hundred yards at top speed And
he could tear It off That fight of over
elxty rounds with Peter Jackson showed
what endurance Corbett might have
had for distance running
Jeff a Good Runner
j
Jeffries was a remaikable runner HI i
g road work considering his enormous I
tr weight was astonishing While at Har
tt bin Springs he used to go out and chase
deer over the mountains I never heard
3 that Jim caught a deer and being rea I
eonably truthful I wont claim that he
did But ho must have scared some of I
them half to death When Fitzslmmons I
was training Jeffries at Harbin the big i
fellow tool Fltz out for a tw oday trip I
across the range They carried rifles
and kept a lookout for game Jeffries
always carried a rifle He said that It i
helped him cover ground for he didnt I
notice the monotony of the work while I
I
there was a chance for a shot at some
thing This time Jeffries got a big
buck and the second day he came trot
ting Into camp with the deer over his
shoulder all alone The rest of the
party with the pack horses came In
later with Fitzsimmons limping along I
afoot Fltz wouldnt give up and ride I
but he told me Jeffries kept up a pace
that nearly killed him
Nearly every day Jeffries went fix or i
eight miles down the road waited for
the stage and ran all the way into liar I
bin with It The mountain stages travel
fast and It was the wonder of the coun
I tryside mat Jeffries could keep up 1ct
I
I he always came In smiling Walter
Christy the great professional sprinter
ea that Jeitins Is built for running in
nplte ot his bull and mignt navu een
u record breakut If he had taken to loot
racing Instead of lighting i
Sharkey Could Go Some I
Tom Siiarkej with hit long legs and
short Uud > was a great runner Tom
will tell ou now that he could beat
3onboat And 1 dont know but ttiat
lie might havo had a chance to crak
distance records rears ago When Tom
irst tame ob iore and was training ut
J > anny NeodliumH in Oakland for one
I f r ia
of his early Hums 1 scot uvet to fv
Slim work Tom went for a twelvemile
run that day 1 trailed him on a bicycle
lIe took a rual that rose gradualy to
the hills wound around fur two or tare
mile up grade and down and Ip d oak
with a long slant down hill again He
KPII uo a killing pace from the start
Going up the rudes he lost me When
1 caught up wiieri tie road Ipan to
Oro < again Tom turned an3 raid 1
Im going to run as hard as I can the
last tvo miles
And h did Itand finished fresh and
strong Ho surely dd cut out a pace
fast enough for Iaralhons or nnsthlng
tiff In the distant lltn that time i
Philadelphia Jack OJiricn ought to I
lie able to run twentysix miles He
often lights twenty round nnd ItPctial I
tklpplng and lumping around without a 1
teconds rest thruugn every moment or 1
flfhtln ttne UP is tireless and is the
faroit of all the fighters to fur an
j itvvoik Is oriftrned
roiiildcrns fighters as possible dls I
tanru ran1 us one must take count of
the punlhniiiit they get In long battles
is well nil tne actual font nor they do
r In that battle with Cans at Goldliellld
t BiUnsNelson not only ktpt running
In all the time hut he vva receivIng
a terriNe bniterlnic nil the time Surh
j a pounding over the hear and In the
Htomach must be more damaging to the
vital organs than even the iviilcn of
Uvlng to fiillovv Longboats spurs
Si We have some very yod distance
man hut without
n duu there ae
thousands J > ts good or bee HI
untlcowH L
I Sport Gleaned Fr 1I11 Briefs
1 All Quarters 1 i I
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on tils hi 1 i t r ltKi Of this nun
Ir fli ari t jt 11 IH i illri licitelf ui 1
tttll ill XTF llirlif is ii pcsi iluy that
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tP It i 1 lakOljJI in W n and llllis
while itsn i Muua > fium the uutfloij 1101
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It look aa lb ttlf lea me Uueball iasim
sOI PIT on Airll U SC ai lle < JJtl In
svirtnglna their aprtui irttiniriK 1rlr ar
oiitdulllf Kaiu unly to Ap i L It l >
betlct4tl tiiat uii i4 the cl s Ivo Ihs
iSMiiaa on Ittt iUt within N r rsiaitiint
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Tb s Jll baDs ra will probably draw oa
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BATTLING NELSON SURE HE
CAN MAKE RECORD AS RUNNER
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Lightweight Champion Has the Build
Says Ernie Hertberg While He Is I
Known as a Physical Won
der at Endurance Work
BV lJOZEJUN HUNGER
AN you read Greek I asked Battling Nelson while we were look
HCA Ing up the history of the Marathon
I dons know he replied seriously OI I never have tried
This remarkable young fellow who has made 200000 Indenting the faces
of his follow craftsmen figures everything on about the same basis
The things that 1 havent done ho said later on are the things that
I havent took a chance on
Tliej thought he couldnt write a book
1
but ho did so and more than that lie
wrotn overy word of It himself He was I
told that he would havo to have his
manu crlpt typewritten That didnt
feazc him a bit IK sat up late at night I
until he had learned the Intricacies or
the mrchlne and every word of his book j
was turned out In typewritten form i
from the start I
ll on has now gotten the Idea that I
he can be a Marathon runner end ho
asserts III all seriousness than in BX i
weeks time he will challenge anybody
In tho world If he makes up his mind to I
train I
Havent I run for five houres at a
time he abked In the way of argu
ment So I see no reason why I couldnt
run one of them races They tell me
I
Is a test of endurance and not of speed
and as 1 am the original endurance kid
I dont see why I shouldnt take a
chance
Got the Marathon Bug
The nattier was examlnd by a physi
cian sOle time ago for tle purpose of
ascertaining If he were human and tie
doctor old him that he Was bu It for a
long distance runner That It what gave
him the Marathon bug as he terms It
I used to think them guys were crazy
for running twentysix miles for a little
i medal nnd they were he explained
I But now I fee < lia Country has gone
nutty over this Maatlon business and
the runmrs ore grubbing turno coin
I Now I eec where tley art win and at
I tho fight gamo II i ming a little slow
i Id like to ju a Piece of that money
before the 1110 tIles out
This Ntlbon Person Ib a very wins citI
zen lIe may or may M > run n Mara
thon but just tin tame he keeps bent
I 4 In vinahlnRi ni urn I open in
ie 4JII r t tt tin tte IL I
111 i I HIM 110 Hifinian is vu
1 w u t hll II
ttk t I I I J 1 > < I
Tt Ielt It Tlfcirs Mil eave fin tllfr
pint Hi i nx trip I Sin Antuui In i
on M4r 1 IHI it Is the veionil AiueiKan 1
l4K4e t to umn In ituk far nit lixu >
nen i I ivInd turn liavlri tmlnr
ilmr In ileij Tbo Nutis fuuuJ uoiiliiii
munttafactory th eweuthur Ittnt antlreo
lui but
Tlia Aai < Ki tril r > cltijg clulK if <
York la < r sate iuCsIneIita t It
twenty e < ni sot a Sew VMrs K > run
vltlth ttti > u il A U Jn for
for a run u < im lOAd arryte
rod Corrliitu iff Sew nrltAO horseman
lM > lnt iaitem n nplilut was nm Ie In
cututKtlun with it ust of the l k AMI
H IIIi law o f I isiuik has Ivm himself
up tu th pniKfi of N vt orltA4is onltfan
MM h > will onlv k l CM Buhl a lnat bu
arrvat la the 41
Lucky bdwtn B < i OBI of tht liii
known turnui In IP r iuumry Is aerloua
III tt his ia q > t > An all 01 Kildwm Is
stsntjflv jrMra aid aa4 II auIUrls fri
a ClllfU lussJjwn tatllt tpatu ahgsy
a aLtU bsptmtuMat U tU IIwdlUw
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talking about his peculiar moves But
he Is sincere In his belief that he can
beat anybody doing anything It they
will give him time He thinks Me can
beat any of tho Marathon runners > f to
day and hell keep talking about 1 un
til tome bright day he will step out and
either male a fool of himself or of tti
publc that las len giving him the
laugh
See this chest he fald with some
braggadocio Look what a Blender
waist Ive got and pipe these legs The
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M4RftTH RUNNER Dlt MOUNiAI 4 > VJHYiHC CAN 30 DXCKVNARp AND I
0 ANY DUTANCE RVN LONGBOAT To A FRAZZLE
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leet are all right too Now do you see
any reason why I shouldnt run a race
Is Built for rvunncr
To show uai lie meant viiai he said
the Hauler Hunt oCt 10 ee Ernie Hcrt
berg tilt famous traner and nave a I
talk with him
Uuit jour kidding said Hertberg
Im no prurlKlit trainer i
Think Im kidding do you 1 said
Nelson Well just look me over anil I
blvetne n decision
Hertberg was laughing up his sleeve
as he went over the Battler fine ponl
and llstencil to the conMiint atrvuin of
talk a In Nelon but he tlnal looked
around ialf Mrous and tenaknl He
I Is pretty well built for a runner on
the Uel
Nehon Immediately swelled up It
aln t tint I am so anxious to run one of
these nil night races but I just wanted
I to show these guys that I am here If I
I n
Tho champion llRhtweKht then had I
quite a talk with Hertbert In wh ch
he eXJIaolled wherein Battling Nelson Is
great
KiatOn the level le sad If I had
Known anytl Ing about this Marathon
i thing wnen I was a kid I would be hnd
I Ing that championship now as well is
Itlu fighting belt I dont ste any use
I is making such n fuss over a thing llku
that anyhow As I understand It there
was n guy named well I cant Fay It
but you know who I meanwho run
twentysix miles from Marathon to AI h
ens to tell the main cheese that his
army was In bad or something like that
Then the guy who had made the long
run fell over and croaked Where doe
i he come In > vhy I ued to run for
five hours while I was training and Im
i such a live on lot tlat I can beat tru1
I Greek rccod right now Do vnu know
what that fellows time was Mr Hart
berg 1 hear out West that Longboat
j beat it
Racing Los Angeles I I I
Showinq Improvement
o
Influx of New York Horsemen
Is Adding New Life to
Game on Coast
I
Special to Tn Bvoilne World
LOS ANGELES Col Dec 21The
meeting at Santa Anita Park Los An
gVles Is now three weeks old and judg
ing from the way In which the meeting
In Improving with each week shows that
the people of thin part of the country
are In favor of racing The attendance
ut the track has shown a big Increase
ever since the opening day and as the
ponies are beglmilnR to show cunsbttnt
fuim this Is probably the magnet which
draws the crowd to Arcadia
For thu flrist ten days the public were
unable to get any line on tho form of
tie horses us tile local law prohibiting
the publication of the morning gallops
vms unforced hero this fall und consu
luently tho public pifferrcd to remoln
away until form became good The race
gony rruudb huvn abt > rlut < ly no way of
< talning any Information rignrdltih the
< i nditlon uf tlu hurst nit < nuu only
I a meagre pant perfurniano In rely upon
I Tic hut frtl du > B Ian irtight a num
ber nf Kusteriiurs Irnlud lokmal
ets and s ol nnfii and tltnttj turrnien
lava lptd luclr lioitps to L ti An
BOWLERS
i All I In liilrrvitlnif Ixittllnu
liftV ul liii lilT si lll lie I oil nil
III Ilir
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Noon Edition
ul I be
I Evening World
I eeles from San Francisco preferring the
i sunshine to the rainy weather of Oak
land
The Eastern bookmakers have already
i cut In and are making bock and the
way they are malting tho Wetterners
i hustle to keep step isia caution
A leroy Charley Primrose W J
Connor find W lieverley are hero and
will put up their slate in the next few
days
Jockey Schilling still holds a good lead
over the other boys In riding lIeft
certainly a finished horseman and many
of his victories are duo to his superior
riding ability I
Iowers Is a close second with Archi
bald a fast coming third This boy Is
now riding In grand form and bIds fair
to be close up in the riding honors
Samifiy Mullet a promising nppren
tlto boy Is under contract to Pat
Jjunne This boy Is rapidly developing
Into a good rider anti It wll no be I
I lorg before ho Is In tho front rant
I
ASHLEY MAKES NEW
RECORD FOR MOHEGANS
fly running the threemile course of
the Mohepnn A C in sixteen minutes I
and fifty econdi Guy Ashley not only
won the event hut made a new record
for the club ell liP pi III thirtyfive sec
ends on the former marl held iiy John
Ollrlen Ashley had a handicap of
forlytlva snotuls but his actual time
broke the record A Johnson flnlshtd
second and 1 Ocnt third
MALONE WINS AGAIN
I It Is KettlMj to be a habit for J
Mai me t > In tne efou country evens
of the llolnwl A C lIe repeated hla
1 victory t a vBek ago yesterday with
Walter Nohli analn second to hm ir
i the club event over a nlntmlle ruurie
i Muller von uaroiy ceticc et J
Gilbert
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I Soccer Football Heaulti
At Vi tttlon Ovul C twiiuoa 6 AraulU
ThIIII1 O
At altjrarroM 1uIlCrll4hlJI I Vortoflw
tft I
At aUraualu OvaV Clajx Mcloc l4j 9
I Nw Turk C 4oBlua t
At Vajl CorUaudt trcsAaias It TVaA
Vnat Utiut lUawTasfcJ
NO MANAGER FOR BROOKLYN i
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I UNTIL IAN 1 SAYS RBRETfi
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Hummel Not For Sale or
Trade Further Declares
President of Dodgers
RESIDENT CHARLEY EUDETS
P of the Brooklyn club declared to
i an Evening World reporter over
t the telephone at 2 oclock this morning
i that there was no truth whatever In the
report iihkh had been sent here from
Worcester Macs last night to the ef
fect that Johnny Dunn manager of the
champion Baltimore team of the East
ern League had been engaged as man
ager of his club for the coming year
This Is news > me and I wish to
state right now that I have not secured
anyone as manager of the Brooklyn
club and furthermore will make no at
tempt to Men a manager until after
Jan 1 replied Ebbets
Did you see Johnny Dunn when he
was In New York yesterday asked the
reporter
No 1 did not I didnt even know he
was In town paid Hbbcts
What about that story from Cincin
nati that Hummel was to be traded for
Lobcrt and Mower he wt net
Rfllll
I ilont know the first thing about It
I have not offered to trade Hummel for
I Manager Tom McCarey of the Pacific
stthnllCtita rAi
A C of Los Anne ci Cat Ust night sins
I Charley Harvey manager of Jem Drlnoll an
jffer of JU for Lirlscoi to meet Abe At
tell In a tenround but at hU i ub next
month Ilori turned duwn the offir as ho
thinks that Vrlc1 could get more than that
b > tioslnz Attcll at Jim Cuffrotlii cUb at
Colrnu l l
Ich Cross will flsrire In his first IonIC
fight on 1ec 30 pal then It will be teen
whether ha Ii a cool man over a instance
or irw tv ore or those ixrouni cruiipi
who blow up after gllns that rhort Journey
Cress will mset Younsr Jutchrey the gains
lightweight of Ihlladtlphla for fifteen rounds
m 1S1 pound at the Ol > rntilc A C of Its
dlrl Jh
I alrston ID If Cross can beat Mufhrej he
I Ll the goods I
Tommy Murphy who tights Charley Grit I
fin th wuitiallan ohnmpl a live if round I
bout boTire tre Artnoiy A A of II un to
morrow nIght Is trnlnlinr for the bout at the
club and IN In xi lent condltl n fnr the con
tent In the event of Murphj wlnnlne he ivlll
be iimtnftly inatohnl ti lit t rrnnkle Mad
den tbti local liKhturlKlit for ten round nt
the nest atag of the Njilmul A C uf this
city on New Years night i
Freddie Wnlali Hie Ilncllsh llpbtwelght Is
tired 11 wait I eg for boiiif at Una AiiKejca
iff and oaO 10 will sit ri Km In a few
uriida to tiiku un tonin uf Ito KIMX IlKlit I
ttilta in nlxionn1 lmi either In Ihla I
pItlita o this tIlt 5 Vilsfl will muiit llkilv
< W a 1r lila lIghting lii the J k ttNW
lie italics the trip here 11 110 an many I
icoud intit Suit liu Pimlil lilo pit over there I
Johnny Coulmi the JfiVpoimrt champion
has tech alcho1 IIwet ti lit 0111 II a
ttstir tantitta if fg tli lit a ten
fJ bout before lb Itsuri i
bun ttty II NCIt Vur at trrt00 Or
rJsutt will eve to to it guI ti 1 III Klto
Ioiilun a fliihl a a t ii I I I i I II II wonder at
that w Mft1ll Coulona Ijt titer Gorge re
< tenllY laughS a I leeCh roiiiil Iran with
Kill1 rilctT of Lhlo at til Joseph
Mo Qtori Is it pronilnlni uunKHer
Two matrtiea bitwin Ittii fellows were
rlliVtied last nIght Jliniii jiutm or New
ranle 1a ass Inald1 to box mutiny
r iMJiefn of Ihllailtlihia for Oftc n
rounds al Hie Dlvmi A < M g5 iu > u
lot uii WVrtiii Iiv n gil and r n nv
are r the Quaker Uy pugillsi was sgIti
MUSICAL
SAM FRANK fls CONCKItl or H
011 SllhIC
u hiEtid1iiN HAM
TlJfSnA pih4 teeth th
mJC Li Bach Choral Society
it m r > oilsta
Hif fl 11 Mils tat aob Hoprano
Ti > l > ata how at Mr I Kfuril Attn Tsnur
lliii 4r rank rinton liassn
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
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these men and I cannot Imagine how
i such a yarn could have been circulated
Hummel Is not for sale or trade re
I plied ibbets
After putting a spike In both stories
President Ebbets said goodnight after
which he gaped a few times and then
throwing himself into bed went to sleep
This week will settle the tate of hal
tee the treat rim baseman of the High
landers who jumped the tcin on Auc 23
last and skipped out to the Oakland team
ci the Pacific Cot League where hI his
I since playrit fly jumping to this orcanlza
lion Chase made an ojtUw of hlmlt Han
Johnson ant Harry IMIllam preiljents Jf the
I American and National I ntrues respeCtively
I are now on the Cost as iMrber or the
i NTlinal ommlBslon trvlrs to en the I oat
I outlaws Into the fold of organized la tbal
crl nil ur tjiby succeed as Oik jnj Is call
tft be ne unly team h > Mln ou It can be
taken UF a mjt an assured ticS that chafe
wlit again be a member of tint llicnlamlcr
I as tie mcnbers of tie National m
are mt dt55ed to punish him by keeping
him out OfC the gxne for his Infraction o
I thc rules Chase jitmpv jumped lie did rot
i tr to take any other players with him and
vij proitabty ret off with a fine by the
nS t i
mell m 1bl
i cutnmlMlon His cat wilt be settle at the
I meeting of tho National Commission at Cln
i cjnratl on Jan 4
I At rhls same meeting Jimmy Robrlnr the
most noted outlaw of item all vvili tc fre 1
I frw n al oharccs acnst him = cbrinff Jumped
I the National Iianue 50 many Hmo that the
con hal beta 001 but his principal offense
wa that whit manaser of the WIlIlaiKp
1 Trl Sute Leairje he tanntred with other big
ale payers trjlnr to induce theta to
lump For this he was banished 10 the Trl
I M te Ieagut tr 1e but this ban will be
i rabvl b > the commiselon Jan 4
In this connection It ii pertinent to remark
thlt 1rejldert Kbbets of the Brooklyn team
tIn not announo the nair of his new
maiager until after the first of the comlni
> eir scbrlnc when reinstated will bo the
property oi the Chicago National lean but
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Langlord Is Topheavy I
Favorite Over Flynn
01
Heavyweights Vill Clash for
Twenty Rounds at San
Francisco ToNight
11YJOUX POLLOCK
I LANOrOKD the colored fighter
SM has beaten many heavy
weights and also made several
more of them draw the color line will
be pitied against another one of the big
I fellows In a battle In San Francisco to
night lie will take on Jim Flynn the
husky pugilist of Pueblo CA for
twenty rounds at a nhow to be brought
lorr by fight promoter Ham Herger at
the big Coliseum In that city Langford
is a 10 to 4 favorite In the betting ax
the majority of fight fans figure that
Flynn has no chancn of beating him
Ilynn would not have agieed to light
Langford only that he was guaranteed
tow for Ills end
II P with Lou Shepard puclIlJt was signed
rout Ic lit the Beaver A J ul 1foy tt ri I
on IJ S
Tav harry the CalifornIa t Irhter who
prepared loung Corbett for tie recent
tiiltO with 1hll Urock I I
at New Orleans Jas
led nijtlI tn meet Ink Russell the
< ni a Iphia light middleweight for ten
rounds ut the Southern A f of New Or
leniif on Jan 6 Itusrell Is one of the
tiiBliest propositions In the ring and Harry
11 nht1
wll have to light his enfo stay with
linn
Young tonaliui and flays Deshler the
nun fighters she fought a tenround
draw at the Itoyal A C of Ncw Orleans
An 1rdas nlirhht have been remach tr
nnrthoi tinrutiml Patttn Ieforo tlw sinie
cut > on fhrlitmai
night
An both lads are
ft i ne sane city the chances ate that
their next Lout will also be a draw
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outfield SchuJte SljRle and Seckard
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Hrrt round of the PiMl S lv t I Icttr
League basketball ilnmpi m hi pliv ed
off Saturday night and th n Us
taken all together foreiist an excclUnt
season for the four Minhattan teams
In the icvnie Probably the biggest
surprise of the day was the defeit of
the Townsond Harris five by toe liici
School to Comnie ce
The Harris team champions for two
seasons had an unbrolun htnn of yIn
lories sInce the ctul uf the IM < l > zi
FOUR MEN FINISH
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Tho best finish of the present CTOM
country running tewon wai that of the
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Fltzglbbons of the Irl hAm rlcaa AC
came In first after racIng the last two
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and M Mahoney of the Trinity A C f
an T Jensen of the Pastime A C
Fltzglbbboni won by one lecond with
Lee second and Maloney third
Tho race was over poor roads espe
claly along the Parkway where Blow
time was made hut the fact that Flti
gibbons finished In 31 23 shows that the
men were travelling some Lee was one
second behind the winner while Ma
lone and Jensen wore only ten second 1 I
behind
Sixtythree men started but many
dropped out before the finish The first
fourteen men to finish follow
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BIG HANDICAP BEATS
VETERAN EDDIE CARR
Giving handicaps up to six minutes 1
uid ttirtin from scratch himself
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untur was uniVo to finish better than
clXth In IK sIatitlI < race held by the
luit yestriay Ho < ivored the dls
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llili idve I n a score of < 0 to 3 which
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