nU3L 51. LUU1S fiUYS THUMPING THE
MOWS RYU MUCll AND I
JBSM.0 HOME. FSOM
neMVuP-T few o aa
6tl HA ftUU ' lurVil Mvl
H I I III!
hii i.i ii ui i nr
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nniik nil u i n ejm
niiiL in i ii unnuti.
bi Opening Innings With
Matty in Box.
UmnlrB7l)hniitnnA And Kftfnn.
POTX) OROUNt3. NBV YORK, June
Wrh nrninn!. nt hiirtl flirlit with
nil aiiernoon. every aeu in ine lower
'tier was comfortably fflled. Bretnahan1
4at Steele and Wlngo to the mat a
t? battery, and Matty wai stacked
It looked like a buny llttla flRht right
from the jump, but the Carillnala failed
ta acore In the flrtt Inning nfter gettlni;
akay to a good start. Magee cracked
Matty for a alngle Into centre, tut Ellis
struok out and Magee died ateiling sec
owi. Mowrey drove a long tly to Deck,
r. NO RUNS.
The Qtants tore Into Steele like a'
house aflro and took a lead of one run
right at tho Jump. Devore opened with
- 1 .RU Inln 1 f . K..fr '1 1 .wl . , 1 1 r-
m .iflw biiib iiifc.' tyt uu, .(cu a,CH.iip.
I second. Doyle then bounced a thine
i bkgtrer off the right field wall and scared
but was forced out at third on Murray's
gtounder to Houner, Magee threw out
Becker. ONE RUN.
Jtie Cardinals got to Matty In alio sec
OBd and scored two runs. After Flet
Cter made a remarkable one hand catch
of Konctchy's fly for the first out,
'shrana walked, and advanced ns Herzos
.h - - - .
mm. BAAnfiil Ann flnlfna ffllllrl siimlA
The Giants were right back on the Inh
In their hair ana resumed the lead. Art or
Harsog had, gone out Meycra drovo n
hot aragle Into left and scored on
nstoher's long two baser tn the fenoe.
DEUU fumbleVl tho ball momentarily al
laiKag Flet6her to take third. Matty
Wat out a flukey elngte to the Inflnld
and Fletaher eoorcd. Devoro forcil
iMatty tlghtcmed up and showed real
MtMilnir tnr-m In till" third. Kills led off
wl'h aoratch Mimle over second, and
tulvanced a base as Herzog throw nut
lafowrey, but that wai a far ns he got.
M JIty struck out noin ivnnoicn.v mm
Slvans. No runs.
'Harmon rollevM Hteele as pitcher
wlien the Olantn wont to lat.
KUBAN E'S MANAGER WEDS.
HERE FOR HONEYMOON.
fT.RVnT.AN'ri. O.. June l,-.IImmy
Dl(nn of Cleveland, manager of .Inhnny
"b ,ie, the fcatlierwelglit cli.iinp'nn,
It married here to-rtay to MJtn Kltlle
J ' . .... .... Ml -
Uyres, aiso ti mis i-u, lu-nim ..,.
and Mrs, llunn win leavo for a nonfj-
moon tour of the K.ist. inmnir nt uye
n, V.-w Vni'lc vvhitr,. Dnnn will
ii i .......
train Ivilbane ror Ills ngiit wuu uonnny
... VT... VmI V.lnn 1C
J'linuen Hi .i: lut.v ,imr
The oliamplitn nnd Mrs. Klthann will
npeonknany the Dunns ns far as I'hllu-
Idelphla, wher ICIlliane Is to inetit
iommy ' iuim jhhb .
Talc l'r'linn-ii Ileal llnrvaril.
NEW II.VVKN, Jiniu l.-lly deftatiii;
the Harvard fieshmen In heir only
aaheduled name tills reason, the Vab
flifreahmen to-diy won the clmniplondhlp
' Jeerlos with, both llarvnrd-end I'rlncfton.
r The Prlnrvion rrr nnii'n nave jniien in
both games Wltn the younger r-im, in.
day's fresh nen tfnsiif was loosely played.
AVIV atutu iij ittnti.n".
Tle Freshmen. ..jnoos:on -0 6 I
Harvard Kn-alimon u 0 3 o o 0 0 03 6 S
Batterlei-Ulpl.-y and Hunter! rrye
Dr, Roller l,or Another Match,
DaJXAf), Tl., .luue 1. Vilulf lluuano, Hi.
IMUs Turk, iltffMM lir. I rink It. llnller of
I it oo liour i oil wttn iulnut4, sol the tvxto'l
BALL IN SECOND
I'fteUSBtt.'KNdtURb uMPiafc l6Htrone
OCrwSPlNS CCMiNfi HOMC Ore
D0yp - v 8T. OAKC
ah BWWtWH( ...,Y
cirn r" ' ii
MORftAVS MOT BoomB.O-
rnu mwii( Tricpeae. on .
REDS' HEAVY BATTING
BEATS DODGERS, 7 TO 3
Brooklyn Starts With Lead,
but O'Day's Men Get Busy
WASH1JIOTON' PAKK, BROOKI.TN,
June 1. Delightful weather, the fact
that fhls was the first half holiday of
the season and the announcement that
Hank O'Day's Reds from Cincinnati
were to hook up for the first thne this
season In this borough, brought out a
large crowd of fans here to-day. Mana
ger Dahlen was out In uniform to-day
and as he was anxious to dd to the
Reds' continuous losing streak, he trot'
ted out Ragon to do the ptlcMn. Mena.
ger O'Day selected Suggs to do the
twirling for his team. Atoout 6.C00 tana
were present when the tunsle began.
In tho first Inning the Reda failed to
arore. Uescher and Olaraans were re
tired on fast boundera 'by Tooley and
Daubert, and Hoblltzell was called out
on strikes, No runs.
Fur Brooklyn Moran hoisted one which
Bescher got under easily. Daly's hot
grounder was taken i-are of by Phelan
nnd Hoblltzell and hm'.th lined a fly In
Be'rher's hands. No runs.
The Reds again blanked In the sec
ond. Mitchell was thrown out by Smith.
Tooley tossed out Egan and Daly col
lared Phelan'a high fly. NO RUINS.
The Dodger fared better In their half
of the, second, lxaubert fouled out to
Phelan. Wheat singled to the Infield
and went to second on Hummel' re.
tlrcment at first by Egan and Jtoblltzell.
Tooley tripled to tho fence In deep left,
scoring Wheat. Erwin singled to centre,
undlng Tooley home. Ragon fanned out
weakly. TWO RUNS.
For Cincinnati In tho third Inning,
Esmond line-filed to Wheat. McLean
singled to the infield and strolled to
second whtn Suggs walked. Bescher
gent a fly to Wheal. Marsans walked,
tilling the baaes. Hoblltzell singled io
centre, iKorlng McLean and Suggs.
Hobby stole second. Mitchell also
singled, scoring Marsans and Holillt
sell, Mitchell stole second. Egan
walked and on a wild pitch Mitchell
not to third. Ragon was then token
out and Burger substituted. Phelan
walked. Esmond singled, scoring
Mltchel and Kgan. Esmond stole seo
ond. McLean llne-fllcd to Wheat. SIX
The Uodgern wwo helpless In the
third. Moran tiled to Phelan. Daiy
went out. Hobby uniisslated, and Smith
tiled tn Biwher. NO RUNS.
In the fourth Inning for the Reds
Sukbs struck nut, Bescher tiled to
Whont. Marsons was a victim on
htrlker. No runs.
The Reds were unable to Increase
their score In the fifth, fast fielding
lti'i-plni: them from getting any runs.
The Dudcort got going again and man
aged to scon n run. Erwln went out,
Egan to Hobby, Barger singled. Mo
ran out, Suggs o Hobby Daly singled
to the liilleld and Smith's drive scored
llarger. Daubert went out, Suggs to
Hobby. Onn run.
It as one, two, three order out for
both teams In the sixth.
The Reds tacked one more run to
their sporo in the seventh Inning, on
lletclior's three-bigger and Maisin'e
The Dodgers .had a chonco to score In
the seventh, but let It slip hy. ANer
two were out Moran hit for three bases
to entre hut D:ily let Mm stay there
by hoisting a fly to Ilescher. No runs.
In tho eighth Inning the Reds failed
to .score. I'lielan llled to Wheat and
Esmond fanned. McLean went out,
Tooley to Daubert, NO 11 UN'S.
The Dodger were "easy meat" In the
Th ReJs falle'd tn Increase their
tally In the ninth Inning. Subkh sin
glod, but wan doubled up with lletcher
on the latter' line fly to Daubert.
MRrsana alngled, hut was nut steal
ing. Erwln to Tooley. NO RUNS.
The Dodgers were, blanked In their
last Inning. Tooley nut, Egan to Hob
by. Krwln out, Hobby to Suggs. 'Bar
ter fanned. NO RUNS.
OH- I'M COMMA
f KOTICE THE- I
KN0e SK. JMM 0C
' IH.tta.NH, ct Of Sl.UttS OttTB
OrYUU' VtorBODUta FOR. A
Atiitr- soke. iso.,'.
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TlWT "nMBUP-WAHiHc fr -
MOM&B TO iubiIT tttTLh CPurc .
' THEIR FIRST TOOR
WEST OF SEASON
Summers Opposes New York
ers in Opening Game of
Umpires Connolly and Hart
DETROIT, Mich., June l.-Jdeal
weather condition and a llghtnlns: fast
diamond favored the Highlanders and
Tigers for the first of a four srame
Daniel grounded the first ball pitched.
Hartiel to Bush, who muffed. Chase
sacrificed, Mortality to Gainor. Hartiel
lifted to Delehantj'.jCree walked. Oard
ner grounded to Summers. No runs.
Bush filed to Cree. Jones got a hand
when he came to bat and lifted to Cree.
Cobb got a bigger hand and bounded to
Stump. No run.
U. SjBASEBALL LEAGUE
.BANKRUPTS PRES. WITMAN
PHILADELPinA. June l.-Wllllam
Wltman sr. of Reading, Pa., President
of the United States Baseball League,
to-day filed a petition of voluntary
bankruptcy In the United States Dis
trict Court here. His llalbllltlc.i -are
placed at fi3,H and his assets at $53,030.
The assets Include the Reading base
ball park valued at )M,000. Among the
liabilities Is an Item of $970 due as sal
ary to players of the Reading team.
A hearing on the petition will be held
at Reading on June 6.
READING, Pa., June l.-Presldent
Wltman of the United States Baseball
League Issued the following statement:
"This step was taken for tho protec
tion of those of my creditors who have
honest claims that might have been
Jeopardized when they become due, had
the combination of organized baseball
nnd jnl'll-al forces that had been
formed to trim me, succeeded In carry
ing out the plans that will be exposed
In a few days."
FIRST RACE. Hacks and bona fide
hunters; gentleman riders; one and one
quarter miles. Orcagna, IK (Mr. Gree
ley), it to 6, 1 to 2 and out, won by three
lengths; Bachelor, H3 (Mr. Wright), T
to 5, 9 to 3) and out, second; Speculator,
1M (Mr. J. Tucker). 3 to 1, even and out,
third. Time, 2.H. Kings Plate also ran.
SECOND HACK. Maiden three-vear-olds
and upward; seven furlongs. dingo,
110 (Obert), 5 tn 2, ven and 2 to 6. first:
Red Jncke', 1M (Skerwln). 4 tn 1. S to 5
and I to 5, second; Hematlon, 107 (Alex),
:i U I. cvc-i an J 1 to 2. tnlrd. Time, 1.29.
Asamentlru', Lynchburg; Overlook, Ves
per, Edith Inez, Old Erin, orso, E'ln
ora, Stairs and Mr. Clark also ran.
THIRD KAl'E-illaTy Hat wood Me
morial Steeplechose: fnur-year-olds and
upward; about twn and a half miles.
Algle. US (Donahue), 7 to 10, 2 to r. and
out. first; Mystlo Light. Ill (Lavton), 8
to l, 3 tn i and 3 to 2, second, Ennls
Klllen, 140 (C. Jackson), 10 to 1, 3 to 1
and 6 to 5, third. Time,' 5 01. L. Na
varre nlsa ran. Far West fell. Thlstle-
dal and Mng Pin lost rldrs.
FIRST RACE. Two-year-old-s; five
furlongs Ralph Lloyd, 108 (Oanz),
first; Kinder Lou, 5i (Crsgin), sec
nnd: Marshnn, 110 (Callahan), third.
Time, 1.00 4-5. Lewln. Pink Lady, Lag
mappe, Barbara, Worth also ran. Two
dollar mtituels paid Ralph Lloyd,
straight S3. SO, place 1S.20, show 12.60;
Kinder Lou, plnce 111. SO, show 14 10;
Marshon, show 13,20.
SECOND RACK-Three-year-olds and
up; six furlonsn. Chapultepec, 114
(Henry), straUrht JS.OO, place J4.20. nhnw
., won: Donou, 114 (Fain), place t
show $1.20, second; Coppertown, 111
(Shilling), show $:., third. Tlme-1.12 (-.".
Accord, McJvor, Whltemood, .Merry
Beau, Sallle Ward, Bert dotty, (ioMen
Egg, Veseta Strome and Sir Alveicot
l mutuela paid.
IHU MYliMKU WOKLD,
C AW- WATT TIM.. ' VT
MOVlt OP Joy 8nftntiortNAr
of wit-vtt Anna. TfcAAiMs o?
BY COLLEGE ATHLETES
Pole Vault, Quarter, Shot Put
and Two Mile Run Marks
' Beaten To-Day.
IkU1 tn Th Bmlog WoiM.)
FRANKLIN FIELD. PinLADEL-
PHIA, June 1. With aa perfect
weathar condition prevailing tn graced
the opening day of the Intercollegiate
Championship, the second day's final
events were run, with Cornell's chance
for capturing the blue ribbon high In
tha ascendant. Pennsylvania, who
looked to have tha best chance of win
ning, made a disappointing show In the
sprints yesterday, despite the fact that
the Quakers qualified thirteen men for
the finals. Penn showed an unexpected
weakness In events where points were
deemed almost a certainty, while Har
vard, which was looked upon as the
other likely contender, completely
failed to show strength.
Cornell tprang a surprise and upset
the dopestcrs by the running of Snyder
in the half mile run. It was expected
that Cornell would qualify Jones snd
Putnam, but no one looked for anything
unusual from Snyder, Jones and Put
nam outclassed the field, while Snyder
the field, while Snyder
hlbltton In hi heat. As
gave a great ex
a result, Cornell was picked to take
first three places In the half mile.
Harvard followed Pennsylvania with
nine qualifications, while Vale nnd Col-
umbla each had eight. Cornell, Dart-
mouth and Michigan were grouped to-1
gether with seven qualifications each.
Cornell relied on her seven contenders I
In tho finals to-day to.brlng her victory.
llussol L. Ueatty of the Columbia I'nl-
vcrrlty broke the Inter-ColleKlate record
of J. J. Horner Jr.. Michigan, of 4 6 .feet !
incjiea mnuu 111 wii, u,iu
Collegiate record of 4S feet 7 Inches
which ihe m:idc last year by putting the
shot 4S feet 10 Inches In ono of nis
C. D. Reldpath of Syracuse broke
the Intercollegiate quarter-mile record
held by D. II. Voung of Amherst, 4i 4-5
HicoiKln, made in 1811, when ho defeat
ed C. U. Halt of Michigan In the time
of 48 second Hat.
100-YarJ IUh; two Mml4lnil bftt Hr,
-oud wti thtr.1 la final.
tint llett Won b7 M. i. IWmtion. ijr
cum: y. L. CV,rort, Jornell, ""l" u
Olnno. lUtnmuth. Oicd. 'rim. ll 1.
Wind llrt U.m br It. II. Tlimnsi. I'rine;
Ion: II. II. Jicim. I'oliiBiWi. JaUi J,
lioml. Mlchlssn. third, Tliuf, lni a.
IW-Vnl llUh llurjlf. Una M t sal-tin.l
hu. tlrtt too to uutllfy 'or ijnl.
HrV llMI Won ijf V. II. Hstcni. UuUrjm.
A. J. rirrl'h. I'tunwlmla, V''.,. Tibw. I0.
Htcoud Heat AVontyJ. I Hn.lll. Vfyu;
W. A. Kdwirdt, PouujIninU. ett-uwl. nut,
,6nf4'MII nuii--W dud JmiJ. N S Tiber
of llruwn nl J. I'. Ju: Ijjlrd. t. C. M'';"'.
"io Virli Kin -Won fcy 0. II. IWdssth, S
raw; teond, C. . Hsff. Mlcliinj tttUM, Ii, I
io.Vini linn -Won fcy 0. I. IWdssth, S.
lUnufi. iUrarJ. linn II.4S flit,
ilufj. iifaiJ. lion it.,, , . .
Hiinnlm Illltl JuniD--Won t . W. Iluslic.
Tiuli. 0 firt Jli InfhM; tMrd. II. II. J-wult.
lurtniouth, .1 (U 10. Irlien; founJi. W, h.
niouUi. naif. lin. 2-5.
It s s of rl. t4io fonor rwojl MH
Th. T fln'il hist Zt liOVird hurtle Won hi
j I v!!Suil. VJltl4i ! W. A. U
nlj. I'.nn tMnl. V. B. Haum;
'"Hho't Iv'LtorK."" Coluinhia.
hiiil or r. n. nerni oi i;oruru v , w
JO i, '! ii, t, !, i. W. ItHUW. JIICJI., lift
l lni .ui i i'itii, , . -vj.i -
'"'kio'iI hMt of' ioo-yird dh Won Ij H II,
TimiuM o( Prtmoioa; teroixl. . JU,
fourlli, 0, I). (Mjn, InvUaouth. Tliiit. 10 1-5
LATONIA RACE TnACK, Ky June 1.
-The entries for Monday are iui fol
lows: FUIST n.iOK- ItaLUn Ktllin; tw.)ir.oi.ta:
foil.- nut ou.-liilt fuiUiiiji. Mollit HioliaMi, 110;
mutuant. 110, D.lo Wilt. 110, J'ltam. Dpi
DUtitul. llO: rlllk lar, UU. Lady liMnta. 110.
lliulah H., 110, Old l'nitrti. llO: Mil. Wad
farr, 110: Nrtly Atim. IM: Loonoli. 110.
nfX'o.Mi ll.W'K H.lluis: twr'-o'dii flit
furloon. 'Kins; tiltrtrt, W: Amur, totj Kiel.
r ln ,,,, ...v 11U llnnM,. lilt
THlllI) iU()i:-Stlin: tlir.rroM 111 ' i
all furloo.. Mla MfiiuO. lUli Aittoilw. lu i
Afrtle. 104; KHer ., U, JTlria. Oil,
Kitty K 1(4, lloit ail lltiu, 104 llnlga
tIukI) ilAOi; -.SlHn:' tlirf rar r.M tll!li;
ui -I- (u.,,
; IlitO'ff, IO.
ForitTII RACK- (IlioclicaW, tluw.joir ol.
. . . . a a I 4 M fiiaJiinsa 'P'i tlftSatKe IJil
.n.l iHnA.r.l. ill fitrlonsi. T'u Maru.r. tol
lloimd the WoiM. 117, lliukliorn, lot; A.l.ma
Kinrea. 1.', uroTer iinxiiea, vJ,
mreii. (Irorer llllZ lea. lli.
f'llTII ItAtW lllni three-jetr-nldi. ieie
an,l otie.iUlcanUi intli.- mh'(,, 107, li tre
I i. . . - t ft all I J , ItA l'nku. 1 IV
107. lUjtilnl, UO. firly l'iire, HT, rn
nitmin jamr. ii'i. uru, ii".
hl.XTM Hrk Hillln. fniiMfff MJi n. it,-'
nanl. tmt .n.i nn MClitfi mllft. ,t!h' ttf
a.).... -iki- inn, t. ti .t,i nn n,.i',. it ii
iUI , ntuitj, iri fi iintrr, ijii
'4 UI9WUC CiMM. TWm 'iM.
AT VDA , J f KM
A Hi teKbA'
wow OH Mow6Vt Mt A -
HKrt FW AMD IT
ISWtt MMb THE. QBAID
Alk 0 T4 WAY TO IMT
CRAIG IS BEATEN
IN FINAL AFTER
TRIAL IN 9 4-5 SEC.
N. YA. C's Annual Spring
Games Draw Fine Crowd
to Travers Island.
(BpeoJsl U TIM Benin WnM.I
TRAATORS ISLAND, N. Y June 1.
This wonder spot was a brtlllsnt picture
this afternoon. It wa ladles' day In
connection with the eighty-eighth gimes
of the New York A. C. In their pret
tiest summer frock hundreds of the
wives, sisters, daughters and swert
hearts of members gathered about the
athletic ifleld, presenting such a field of
loveliness as only fair woment are cap
ble'of. They filled the awnlnged stands,
massed In a riot of color on the ter
race In front of the clubhouse and
overflowed onto the laws. There was'"
hot sun, but the heat was tempered by
a gentle breeze from the Sound. There
was music- on the lwns,.and with, tha
fine port provided the afternoon proved
dellghtroi In every particular.
Fourteen 'track and nine field events,
In whloh b large hdmtwr of the metro
polttan tar competed, was the athletic
8ummArle follow: '
IMtcbsM, I. a. a. c' fl srdn J 1, Sllw.
J;. . o sjrstih, strand; : J, 1. lliiteoun.
'"r1. ""Mix llindtctcv Woo to K. M
One.Mlle Othvy HsMlrsu-Won br' N ' T. A n
o vT.'Jlnk' S'oodl,:,1,,j2,i hA- A-
ii&Tfr. .'"tS.VacI tt'
7"'nl,-v,l!jJJ. ,hw- aal
I'ntlin 16-loiuri iflut 'ihtadlosplWea 1
ft Onto, JWJJ",
h. y. Sl.'fl. a., an tot n tnVn. " wi'' pji;
f 7 VfT'fnrt2nrt.!rt?ii,Y..V,T N; ,V' hA,
.Vhw! 8 ,nc1"' ,rt"' "m' 9 ""dl-
1. A. A C s rifdi" ind . jt A c. &
f Time, 10.. t.u woo Ms triii
WESTERN ATHLETES EX
PECTED TO BREAK RECORDS.
LAFAYETTE, Ind June I. With 140
athlete. representing twenty-three
western universities and college en
tered,, recorils were expected to be
smashed In the twelfth annual meet of
the Western Inter-Collegiate Conference
Athletic Association here to-day.
Team representing the Universities
of California and Missouri were strong
favorites and It was predicted that a
fight for first honors would result be
tween these two squads. Missouri won
the conference meet nt Minneapolis last
ear. California sent a team eat said
to be the strongest ever developed on
the coast. Members of the squad are In
excellent condition, having spent a week
here preparing for the game.
Asjothcr Hascball MrHcr, ate.
BT, PAUL, Minn., June 1. -Indignant,
It Is alleged, because thoy ssy the man.
agement has been delinquent with thfJr
pay, the .member of t,he St. Paul Ametl
can Association baseball team to-day
threatened not to play the scheduled
game w4th Minneapolis at Minneapolis
this afternoon. The player' checks,
w"e given tnem tnn
, afternoon after the banks closed. Vei
terday, "wet grounds" was given ss thi
reason for no gam., being played.
two weeks late, were given them this
WiUE BONNETS RACE TRACK.
MONTREAL. Can,. June 1.-Th entries
for Monday's races are hs follows:
FflWT ItACK. Thee-jraruHa uut uiiwar.1;
atlllnr; sl( furluoft- 'llainllUm, 101: Ua Irrna,
111; Hhcprood. 100; lllw P.lli. ina; KUig
Atomlalf. 113; 1'an.ul lull, tot, Kim Com.
MKOONU HAOK.lVii.)ar'.lil. fair tM m..
lull furloDia: Ck U' TIm Wa'k, HM . Slocktbo.
107: KtUrwai, 1H: "AmtirKe. Ill: Iluii't Knr.
i.i. lit; (au,. 0I; llm-k, 111 , i;t,iti,
111: Wiicnt Witt, IH, IJIIA.,01, 104, 'I'jin
Onlniothtr, lit; Taa Hut. 111. Whitney en.
TIIIUI) ItAUE TIrr-IMr-oUa AM uplrJ;
rnturttr.' Wl! Korwt, llJ: lilickfonl.' 10A;
ronrtllloa alt Upftolrt. 07 ti.. 107
Ctvth Hill, 111; Turtla., CT; Joe Sfels. ICii;
i Avion, 10Oj I'rticllllan, llo
1 l'irI'l RAiilC. (lilf-tiai.i foiif iu.tMt
roiJHTll ijk. nr-rtariit sl uonrl
irfi iiiiwinn muuii iwrai ifo oujra' -.newcomer,
Sfon.liem, 131; lwav.. litf: Jrtnmj lut. 1S1
iij,jr ofa ()Uu (Xton, 141, llisli llat,
I IS J ' '
hirril HACE. rtim-ltt 'Mt end ULriel
Mlllntf, .i fnrlrntf .eltl'Llvluwl D9 VrlA tft
rurrllion, UM1: The Itmnu. 97: Woal Iot, .8;
'Scsrlet PliaiMitrl, 107; 'Alt Msmiunoot, W
11.. .1. . 1H
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Champion Beats Young Jack
O'Brien in Sensational Six
(fttil e Th atrtnln WtrMI.
PHILATJELPHIA, June 1. A knock
down soored In Ihe second round gave
Ad Wolgast a victory over Young Jack
O'Brien after six of th moat stubbornly
contested rounds of fighting staged at
th American A. C. since It opening.
O'Brien landed a few light lefts a a
starter IB the .first round. Wolgast cov
ered up, but th youngster caused him
to open, up when he shot a rlghj to the
ibody, Wolgast cut loose and staggered
the local boy with rlffhta and lefts,
forcing him tn hold on.
In th iecond Wotgast sent In a i.e.
rlflc Uft to Hit hody. following with left
clout that (looted Jack for. th count
or nint, tie regained. his feet. went.
his uppr lip cut. Wolgast again sailed
in, du u urien nsia nn. viuick a a
flash h out loose and showered the
onampton witn Tignt and left, but
tntte blow 3ia not carry force.
GIBBONS WINS EASILY.
I8;K..I to The Cttnlnc U'ortJ.)
OLEVBLAND.Uune 1. Miles Olbbon.
wearing 'elKht-niinco gloves, treated
Knockout llreiitinn of lmrralo to a ter
rlbl punching, tho referee announcing
K!m )ie winner ut the enJ of ton
round. The defeat pained they Buf
falo. Dutohilian more than a clean
knockout. (Iibbon won all the way.
nf course, nut llrehnan gave him a
much better fight than was expected hy
mnnjv Ho took his gruelling gamely.
At .times Iiu setined to b oompletoly
used up fiom the St. Paul man's heavy
bombardment, but he managcil to keep
his feet In every round but the eighth,
when he nnk with u thlid tu a sitting
position, after rutinlug Into Mike's,
short right cross, delivered on the nose.
The men fought at 145 pound.
TULR.i. OUs., Jim. !..-S.r.iK Vni of Km.
u CKy mm popular Aerlaion or.r Paul Human
nf I una B n mam i ei a ti . srn n I thi
ELI BALLT0SSERS IN
0T GAME WITH TIGERS.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 1. The
championship season for Ihe Yale nine
begn to-day with the annual game
with Princeton on Yale Field. From
the viewpoint of the lllun tlio game
takes on added Importance, as It la
the first real test since graduate
coaching has been reintroduced.
The hatting order of the nine fol.
Yuh Schofleld of., (IriM If., Rellly
rf., Rlddell lb., Bennett 2b Blossom
as., Merltt lb., llurdett a., 1C. Drown
or Scott p.
Princeton Laird of.. Heath If.,
White a., Worthlngton lb., nod rf..
Rhoades lb., Shaw 2b, Wall and Ster
rntt r Lear p.
Score by Inning:
Princeton 0 1 0
Yale 0 0 0
ARGENTINES WIN POLO GAME.
LONDON, June I. The contest for
th Whitney olo Cup this year has
resulted In u victory for the Argen
tine polo tesm. Tile South American
jkj1iiII nt Hurllngliam ttiduy defealt.d
the ntoh team In the final for the cirp
by u score of 21 goals to 11,
The Eton team Is being trained hv
the Duke of Westminster and will try
to recover the American Polo Cup In
lie Or n l.radlnc Champion,
TBrATON. .N, J June 1, A If ml I), ()ro
rlitUewMi for Hi. norlil'i iiorkit bllllinl ch.ro
(iloDtiilp. deflated B4art, Rslph of HlflitMowa
uloaU by tha aixire of .200 to .US, Tiw K0Tt Uu
fiior. IV lri. .Ml ruo. tail tot final blorlr cf
a(a i-.lnu will b Je.i to-nVM. IV Oro ltd .
hieli rim ot 41 iid t'J aer. rh, ,,, UtiVh ',
b:li ruu wi. VI .ul l jiid 14 acntitn.
KoiIhsoii Is Hiiiup itTlruiaier.
MlVrltlAU Juae I, dorva lljdaon. ttx
l'j .einiuxr, m tuy trictorln la llie 100 inl
tai quirter-toll. inuiiioJrie; trliU, Iiu tim,
ll.e lonnrr wu &n j o eeoooi, ia bn qiurter.
mile lie wtn t tit. Irliure, hit time tenii- & m
40.. rti-i' Miflill i .mull in tha CunlreO
1QJ It'V, 4U III. l.l.ll.l.
'Them i tiv itiU, Mr. Hecker," rtrurkefl
L'npL-e Jobain-ie nMIe Ihe Wichita IIimm u
bo.Ung over after Ulntf i-allel nut no atrtk is tLt
nlnta. The wrd. conllniral .ml then Ur, Jon
(ttioe h.14 up ftnt llnaere. That, to tin hall
tiiarcr, me.ni the ! of fit. hrtre rimoleooi. in)
to lleeket l','i ij'.mi to be "turtlMe letaos."
Cuban Star I'laty Lincoln Glanl.
' The fans who hold rain rherka on Ui. earr.e
b.iween tli Culian Slim and the Mnruln Ol.nti
wiuch . t.itVvinet it Arserlcen fitirue l'ark
on Itanfatkn ltr leiii ot rarn will bats tie
tkaiata honnml thla lilemnoa. ftBUl tea ma will
hast out tbtk ban btttwits Is Um rani oa thi
a frrciMR. N
Mil CCCOHO WHlFP (
OUriMb- I TWWC.0H
thi mho of towwoMttrr .
WwTCy iAe. 75st)iii6 outoc
UHAMIiTBB - UM BATTBOPdR.
uncria ako cMN0At.k. wvurfct for.
-ckt upm. our
V ft t'-jsAfliWjy
., , VilWIt.
SO IT is settled that niny nibson is tn manage the Madison square uar
den Athletic Club. I had linped that Billy would keep his hands off that
hoodnn Initltotlnn. I till - fei'ln nn Inanlr.itlntt that hits tmnelled htm to B-
ome n pugilistic Peter the llrnr.lt, so to speak, to lead n cruside to purify th
boxing game hy taking It nut of the hands nf the Sure Thing Karacen.
Granted that Billy, by h!s careful and honest management of the Fairmont
A. C. and his fnlrdeallng methods' with the boxers who contended there, ktpt to
rwrt going here during a parlous period, and
Granted that he hss established (Inn friendships with the lovers of box)!
all over the city, and
Granted tbti wtth this reputation It would seem natural to suppos tBBt
Billy could tackle any boxing proposition In tnwn and make gond, still
I hae ma dnnts about this Mndlsnn Square afTnlr. The trail of It I bi7. 'It
predeccssir was put out of business by Ihn llnxlnr Commission on a technicality
that, on the fnce of It, was a subterfuge. A new license was granted to th pt)
ent holders, who arn metety dummies nrtlng In the Interest of an extrtsmljr
slick outfit o4id with thi unconrnaled support nf the Boxing Commission;
Therefore, I sea trouble ahead for my friend Billy Gibson, Although h tojta
me he Is to be snln boss nnd won't allow nny Interference with his pi saw, JM
will find himself up against an Iceberg before he sails muoh further.
ITS WONDBRFUU truly astounding
nt times, how easily some porsnns
In these part pick up a bit of soft
Darby. which la the newest word In
our set to .mntfy, splosh. There's
Jerome for liutaiife. What Jerome, did
you ray'' Why you l now tho Jerome.
He used to be n District-Attorney. Hn'n
going tn tako testimony of witness.
tn prove Hint 11 any Thaw li a nut.
And the H''pilln Prt of It Is that the
wlie bl State of Nw York I going
to piy Mm for It.
Nnw, I'm not oppoied tn ny man
garnering the good green when there Is
the slightest legitimate Insls for It
Hut where In the name o' Mike does
tho Stnte of New " nrk coma In to
irpund lh"..people's money, proving that
tho clgsrutto smoking, absinthe fed,
lobster brained Hnrry Thaw has no
Intellect .when even .Moo. tlm Millionaire
Newsbny, a tinted picker of winners,
long ago characterised IiIti ns a dope?
And why engHgo Jorotnu to secure
tr--sllE WILD! MAN OF BORNEO," one of the Burnum wondsr ot my
I greenhorn days, died yesterday, astd ninety-tno.
Hut the :)or glnl: ivon't bn nUsacd. The town Is full ot wild ml
You'll tlnd 'em in every hotel where the waiters uro on strike.
si rOUNO MR. KNOCKOUT IIRDWN
y has stirred up wild commotion in
ltmiknwnv Park, wlrlch Ima put
nn exclusive airs owing to tho lestrltt-
.4 hwmntnr nt thn rettlon. llllt, ItlaS,
the restriction did not bar out boxtlght
trs und when a fine house wu sold the
other day tn Vulentlne llraun little 'IM
the real estate agent who sold It know-
that the purchaser was none owirr iu
Th..r. wan unme annshing 01 leein
when tho dread truth bwcm known.
ti'h i.'n'.-,iiit Iii.uum his training for
his bout with Leach Crois at Madlso
Square Oarden next Monday night ind
lr n .nnrrini- n.irtncrs w.th their line
array of ruiillllower ears and ll-wtcncd
beaks and the army of fans wno touow
up the training stunts und who yell
and chew and swear und siiioks
streamed long In their wake there was
downright dismay umoiig tlm other cot
But Knockuut Is tho.ru pegging away
every day, getting Into shapo. Hu has
possession, which his manager, Dunny
Morgiui, says is nine nin oi ien rounus.
fit iik t-i eeo nn v guy try to servo
Knockout with n notlco to quit. I'd
W. L. DOUGLAS
g.OQ 35Q 9j.00
Boym wemr WmUDoualam $2.00&
$2.BO Shoov. Bsut Tn tha World
W. L. Douglas makes and se)ls more
any other manufacturer in the
BECAL'SE he protects the wearer
against high prices and interior
shoes, by stamping his name and
price on the bottom nnd guaran
teeing their value.
BECAUSE for style, fit and wear
they are superior to ordinary
makes of shoes. Don't take a sub
stitute for W. L. Douglas shoes.
If your dealer cannot aupply W. I., DougUa ehoea,
write W. L. Double, llrorklon, Maae., (or catalog,
Slioea aent ercrywhert delivery chattel repiM.
o Call at W. L. Douglas Stores In Now York:
B.t Nanau t.l 7Sn llroadnar.riir.Hih Nt, gna Itrtiudway, rnr, 1 tilt Kt, (irnlea Sfl.)l
I34U llr.iailwsy.ri.r.limti Strtwt 14113 Ilrnadieiiy (Tlinrs Miiire 084 Third Avtvil
1411 Third Atre.! '4'10't Third Ase..rr. ICOth HI.) '47111 Third Ae.,bet. IMth aWtf
147th Sli. 34ft Klghlh Avenue 603 Klghlh Ave.) SO W. lS5lli MI.-IIK(M)KLTN
431 Fulton HI., cor. Pearl HI. I T08.71U llroadnar.cnr.Thornton Ht.l tool llre4WsTI
13S7 llroadwBT, cor. Gates Ave. l 4TB FKlh Ave., cor. lllh ht.l mterltkte AtBBBV(
KHWAltK,-Sl Bre4 trt, JXK8KV CITY-IS Mawatk CT4MBB.
VEroMMa5rA(o op c.victobY
testimony along this Insanity
while th court records terfn wit
sworn statements of expert andteyflMB
to the effect that he I a hoptbs lo?
nyhow, It Is vacation tlm. and b
trip arross the salty say, which Jron
may have to mattes at' the expen of
tho poor boob taxpayer, 1 not ta TM
tnerzed at. w .
Sometime I almost fee wililar
confess that I wouldn't mind tojBfnf,
to be a lawyer. They get a lot of Ball-,
of course not questionable snap. 'bb4
the funny part of It I that lawy) Be
lieve anything' they do la honor Be
en 'imi It Is legal.
Well. It may be legal to hang a aBBA
hut I'll bo Jlggertd If It Is hoaorBBeB,
AND I 1
ND I WISH some Judge wouM
tho courage to table Bll
rtlier applications In behalf ot
' '. w and If that murderous youg
wn-tc-llKhtrr stay in hock, whsr faB'U
in luulily miproprlate plac.
llltn to sen what he would look Ilk af
ter ;c. O. brought up that left walroo,"
said Dan, lovingly.
"I'd lllin to sea that come oft myself,"
said Ciuiimlssioner Cogguy, a nolffblMr
of 1C. O.'s. "It should remind on of
shouting landlords In Ireland."
POOH OPPRESSED WOMAN! Too
bad Hint she Is a "dnwntrod" BBd
can't voie. Rut let her cheer' up.
hThe Wsrst has puse.-d. She has larok
Into every oiw of the ur s and orBfta
heretofore inoiiopollzed by brutal man.
but now shu has h r eye nn th rstalcB'
nf sport. I have ,ioi me the- ord
nf .i womin ban I' -apper "Thrt Only
I.uly lt-ic!iu Ttpstuv .11 tho World," b
Ilelliive me, she has Ints of ovtrwt
dopcitera I linow tied n tlvt month of
tliu rjniion w .,cii it i .me. to' making
gnoil. On ono iluy s.'.o ptciuid five win-
tiera m ml her sKtli , c ,uii ran ecoad.1
If more suflr.mettts wouM tak tu
lii.'n iliolng and iio as .vill for u a
this fair young person, w men
wouldn't twive o work or vote, and th
' women could havo our Jobs and our BjBl-
lots AO lung us lid kept C'aM..;nj oh thlr
lire:it Men. What"
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