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ON FrMay night Johnny foulon.
bantanrwrKht clianplon of tin
world, mr.-tn "Kid- Williams of
JJalttmor. hro Thla bout twtwrein
illtrl mrn U Ikt class of .11 th
sNion'i ftstlc sntsrtalwrisrit. It hnn
bMn months In th srrsntfnr M bni
bwn looktd foriraril to moi than any '
olhr bout of thf yrnr.
Kid Wlltlami MM Mfi from Balti
more hra.Mxl a MastM i-hsmplon. I
And the little lowhradrd f-llov hsa
made good most th'ruufhly by beating
all Ute good iHintvna rut Against httn. !
ft. baa hrrn well trledout and he has
benefited by all the hard work, showing
much Improvement !n fighting form.
Wtluvms la a tn-nutlfully built boy
I a young Hercules of 111 pounds wrlght.
Rynunetrlca... with the proportion, of a
trained spartan warrior, fant,
. alve. ronrldi ut, anil with It "11 as modest
' a. a girl, he ha. uade frb'tida In every
bout, lie baa btOQflM most popular by
far of all tbe fighters now In New York.
Every oqe who ias seen hi. luTht yolluw
I .ereat bobbing about In the ring takes a
j personal Interest In his progress toward
' a ebamptonahlp.
1 Williams la a little Terry McOovern In
aotlon a rushing, ttirleaa, never-sto,'-plng
raiser. Ha 's a gtaM rlghtr-.-. nrvrr
faking th. alight', unfair adv.v.tage a
! little .port.nun. In cleverness h li not
! tb. equal of roulnn. Rut, fir Ihnt ma -I
lr, who ktt Coulon la th. "r'a" of
tb flghtera of to-day MMUlM old-
tlm. champion, sharing honors ,n thut
; lilt, only with tbe jreat McFarland.
I This will kg a gr-at hrit-a wh'ri-
' Wind youth and dauntleaa ;-!tt and
; gjtrtngth and aperd against all th. skill
J of a veteran of a hundred cha npl.nahlp
ID WILLIAMS had h'a last bout
several weeks ago. He had been
lighting weekly, was u little drawn
I and needed a rest. Ho his advisers took
' him away from the ring to prepare de
Dberately 'or the one Important bout
J with Coulon. That la worth a .core of
; ordinary scrap, to William., especially
If he make. good. He haa been tralti-
! lag at the West Hid. A. 0.
j for I
OL'LON. having rlrt taken his
ususl summer's real at a lake In j
Minnesota, hua prepared carefully
for th. Williams bout. ill. has workd
at home In Chicago and, according to
j advices. Is ready
! ion la not at all
for a hard test. Cou
timid about aaylng h.
I. In .hap. In a letter yesterday tie In-
:prmed me that ho haa been having a
Jiard lime gettlni; .ptrrlng partners
' 'They won't stick for more than one
i day', work," complains Coulon. "They
evan run out on no before the day la
ver, as I'm flgMlng every round of my
raining. The only way I can keep a
staff of .pai ring partnrrs through a day
U by us. of a little trick of mint. I
oave the handball court on one aide of
my gyinna.luro and the shower ath on
the other. I call the .parrlng purlnria
one at a time, locking ih. door after
ch a. he appears Then when lie In
through I cbaco htm out the other aide
into the ahoner room and don't let htm
get baok where the other, can see him.
Till, w.y I get some fine workoulM, as
the boys aren't .oared to death before
'I have been tipped off that thla boy
la th. good, and I'm not going to b.
1 caught napping." wrMea Coulon. "I
never worked harder tor a bout, and I
think the night of Oot. It will ae. m.
,. better than ever bofore, and 111 go over
j th. rout, fast.r. P. Pi. In my present
; .hap. I'm confident I'll d.teat Williams
OMMY BURN! 1" running a bog-
Ing club at Calgary, Alberta. Can
ada. Hp lefereea the bouta hlm-
gslf, In . tuxedo, and counsels clean
breaks and all the modern niceties ot
! th. saint.
Tommy sent to New Y"k for Inf tma
I Hon, learned bow the Uoxlng Cotnmls
I slon runs thing, here, ami adopted
' ffgw York method, to the entire aatls-
! faction of tbo Canadian glMhorltlag. Th.
, auoceas of the State Commission here
i la having an effect on boxing all over
j th world. To-day there 1. much more
I boxing there .re many more contest.,
i than at any time In th. history uf the
! ring. Much of this la duv to the good
i work of Ih. Commission.
EACH I B ClttiSS layi that h ' 1
rast thirty daya more, voluntar
ily, as grief over h!a suspen.lon
; haa .hak.n hla nerve badly. In g.vlng
t worry" as an ext-us. for a defeat
! Laach 1. following the example of aev
', araJ great bnx.r. Leachle falls to man
! toon Oiitton's IrlcoIl-llke cleverneaa
' and that .nappy left among h.r truuble
I producer. oversight, no doubt.
fOUCK will willingly repeat any
time Mcttoorty feels Inclined."
tgf wrltea Mouck a manager judg
ing from this there must nave oren
; more or less truth In tho report that
' Hout-k gavve MctloortJf a rough time of
X in f-,lliaoeipiiia. aoe ioera Beiuoill
awlnce much d.lr. of second engage
RACING SELECTIONS. , f STATISTICS OF SERIES. X fj , ' ! LTlZllJ
First Itai e - The Omd.r,
Hart, JlOUftlg Olll
Hecond Itaie My Follow,
Third Itnoe - Meridian, Illk-h
v.te, Jim Ilusey.
Fourth I'.ace Lodona, Perlcle", Ham
Fifth Itace Wlntcrgreen, Klltoa
Wxlh llace- Tom nigbe, Howdy
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Swat Milligan's "Pneumatic Bat Sander"
Responsible for the Giants' Easy Victory
Discovery by the Famous Sleuth, Hiram Heave, That
Wood's Two Triumphs Were Due to the Creasing
ol their War Clubs by Joe Quirk, the Red Sox
Trainer, Leads to Use of a Device That Not Only
Enables Giants to lake a Urm Crip of Their Bats.
but at the Same Time "Throws Dust" Into Catcher
BY SWAT MILL l(i A N.
(The Peerle.. Hltt.r of the Poloon 0ak.)
nonlon, Oct. 16.
OW I reckon you fana in N'e-w
right dope wbeu we aont out to the Willow 8ami league and
hired lllratn Heave from the Dice Inapwiorg for thia woek, fhom
tilher georet aervloe men that 1 had
11 - .a
To an old tline-r the aeicpet of y( Middy' great victory Is as simple as tlic
nose on your face. Me and Mac bad 1t figured out for some time, but wc didn't
ay nothln" till we had got our pneumatic bat Bander workln' Ju' right. To
tell tb. truth, It was Hiram Heave who unearthed th. roneplrocy that had
enabled Jo. Wood to trim the (Hants twice. A. .oon .. we got on we called
In an expert air man by th. nam. of Caywood. from Utloa, and the thing was
Red Sox Pulled Old Creased Bat Trick.
WhtlM aoourtn' mo-ill th vroiinita tb nthsr Aav Hiram Heave come, to
me lookln pale and worried I knowed methln' sal up. "What I. it, Hiram?"
aay. I. "1 know aomethln'e tmublln' you." "They're pulling the old greased
bat trick that ui worked by the rJarfla Oreya." was hlti reply as he look-d
me and Mac In the eyes.
"I don't get you," save Mac. "What la the answer? Where does the
grag gad bg)l trick coins inf
I OOtlM'n help smllln' at Mac's Ignorance, but n time was precious I up i
and showed him how old Joe Oulrk. the trainer of the Red Bel and at one
time a get P.I service mejl of mine, had been greasing the (Hants' bat with a j
latent oil spray, go that whenever Joe Wood pitched them a ball the frrea-y
but would slip off and ttie ball would either p ip UP In the air or roll In toe diet.
"That's intgnty tough." Mac 'lowed. "What can be done?"
"Never mind." ggyg I. "don't sit worried. I'll tlx It "
Turnln' to lllrittn Heave, I said: "Hlriini. go and get Caywood this minute.
Till him to bring that new air schema of lils'n and los. M time."
Heave and c.ywood had both worked In the Willow Swamp League, an thev
knowed what I wanted In two hour, after It had got datk me and Hiram
waa out there adjustln our secret pneumatic bat snnder under the home plate
with little valves running tip the sides of the rubber so disguised that even
the umpire -ou)dn't see what waa doln'
I Stationed, my old sleuth In a far corner of the ("tanW bench bohlnd the
bat twg. With all Ml. valves rlubt In front of hlin, the Idea was to press the
button and make sand My up from the plate. Hiram Invented this apparatus
after seeing how a stiam engine ande1 the Hack o that It wouldn't slip.
Now see what happened.
In the first Iqnfn1 Joem Pevrvre didn't get no chance to hit the ball for th.va
throws, ad then tne and Mac thought he would git a lose on balls. Thai 1" In'
my Idea, 1 didn't order no valve turned. Josh hit the ball and I saw t
grease fly, but the roller was too slow for Wagner and he was gkfa at first
I could see that old Joe Quirk was glttlii' In bis work, so we knowed II sV
time to turn the trl;k. Ua comes lrry Doylg and 1 could ree that Me hit
was no thick
'1th that -tweed grease
and lirolte- IiIh nsck.
OOBayteaatea nir ptirrln'
I .ec-ii Hlruin HetWt wltli
la hand on
Wood Sneers at La
S Tot sSm Princeton s Football Men
wb Tcout-ria cfcSSR TE5TERCAY , Tieers Line Ud Aeainst Fresh-.Vr
in i,. Ill . I B II I " I Mch area
tuck I II for wo.ii. t 7M-III c II S w!Xv man and secona Teams and
i i x as MftiigBfti uommiii oni nnni i i r t i s rw-r. ii . . i
ill- III sot-.-. , u I I HTmw J. 1 1 1 y-: A. J A II I'llini v vj 1I11LI WOOIVJII.
luuu noiiun f oiiivv.uu i i i wnw i ii ml -7 u r i
TOTALS TOM SEVElf GAMES.
Total paid attendance .... agg.OOO
Total receipts 400,333.00
Each clab's share 133.JS3.71
York know Hiat me nd Mac hatl tue
wan a Joke compared with Hiram.
He haau't mlHsed a sign nor a Hlgnal
alnce I put htm on the Joh and he la
pullln' real Willow Swamp Htrategj-
every minute. He haa won two i
names so far, and with him to carry
out our achemes me and Mac hiut put
the (Hants In the runnln' So, you
can take oft your hots to Hiram
Heave, the boat sleuth that ever
worked under the tutelage of your
Well, the big doln'a comes oc to
day, and nie and Mac have our plans
work in', and as they size up now
we'll certainly have Bomcthln' to
show you when we gits back. Keep
your eyes peeled and your ears to
the ground. When I give the Hlgnal
and a certain lever is pulled to-day
some! hln' Is sure to rumble.
that a fly wonUl have slipped yg on It
V 1 " ' '
time had come to get busy. I could bene the old
its nest under that rubber plat. and. lookln' ground.
the throttle and his eye glued on Lan e's
i i i trv s i i v -t ii
I I "1fifc-i II K l TT . I
thought .Ion Quirk had the thing fixed. Might then I yelled "Pull!" Hiram
Heave yanked the lever and a llttlo stream of sand was Mowed on Larry', bat
Just as the bull was comnlg over the ian. "Hang!" Larry swung on the ball
and the goad took hold. The old pill hot over second for a single. Joe Wood
like to fainted. He couldn't Imagine w-hat was goin' wrong with his aecret oil.
Then ull of a sudden up oome Snodgraas. To make sure wo pulled the
lever that give, the extra otiarge on him, and when he swung tho ball was
niackel way out for two baees. From then on It was a picnic, and me and
Mac with the aid of the pneumatic bat sander had won a elgngl victory. It
ain't like us to b. braggln'. but I guess me and Mux: Is bad, eh?
Before t.llln1 any more about the hlttln' I mus' tell you about Jo.h and
Larry miikln' the double .teal by our same method and bow Cady crossed
himself when he thought he was glttln' on to ua.
When Doyle hit that liall so hard right at the start Cady thought he amelt
a mouse and he asked I'mpire Kvuns to bend down toward the plate. They
l"th bent down to see If ther. was lomethln' wrong. Just at that minute
Larry un' Josh Started to steal. I give Hiram Heave the office. He pressed
the valve Just a. Cady m goln' to Investigate. Instead of dtscovertn' a
secret, the pneumatic snnder Mowed an extra hard puff and tilled his eyes so
full of san I that ho couldti' see which way the Giants waa runnln'. Kvery
time a man would steal we'd slip Cady the sand valve, and me and Mac cer
tainly did have a aputiltln' good time.
Funny thing alsiut the pneumatic bat sander is thst 11 went out of order
long In the fourth innln'. and before we could shut off the machinery the air
was biggin' all over the diamond. We thought for a mlnut. that the dickens
would bo to play, but all of a .udden
beln accustomed to the noise, thought
went stralelit up In the air.
Mi and Mac nnd Hiram have a nrw one to rmll to-day, and If we doiti't have
nobody to pull a bono or git crossed we'll make old Hroadway ihekl and rattle
till the cows come home.
You fans Jus' wait and see.
PITCHING RECORDS OF
GIANTS AND RED SOX.
a. w. t. u.b.b. m.o. f.c.
Marquard ..a 9 0 14 a 1.000
Math wa'n . a 0 1 IB 0 .000
T.artau ... . 3 1 i it 19 It .333
Ames 1 0 0 3 1 0 .000
CrandaU .. . 1 0 0 1 0 a .000
Wood . .
Hall .. .
3 3 53 11 33
3 a i 34 a it
3 10 4
a o o 14
a la 3 4
o 11 i
Total. . . 3 3 09 18 38
Tot.1. Include tl. gam. In Boston
Lacking nothing of
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111 I HH a ar ji aB ar-as.
Full Ut (wlUrAKd
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It was th crowd hjssfn
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M'GRATH TO TRY FOR
MORE WORLD'S RECORDS.
Melvln SliepparU of the Irlsh-AmeT-
. lean A. C. began active training yester-
l uay ror his half-mile match race which
j wl" b the feature of Irl.h-Atnerlcin
1 A. C. games at Celtic Park next Sun
' day. fsheppard will again try to break
j the tdt-yard record. He s.y. h. will beat
Ted Meredith of Mercersburg Academy,
J If the latter agrees to rac.
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Princeton, X. J., Oct. 18.
HI Princeton football aquad is in
its midweek stiff practice. After
Monday's light work the Tieem
yesterdsy held, one of the snappiest
practices of the season. The freshman
eleven tackid the varsity for ten mill-j
utes, and then the ball changed hands.
In the next fifteen minutes the varsity
scored. The ball was fumbled several
times, but returned by order of Coach
Cunningham. The goal line wa. crossed
OB a forward pass. Then the varsity I
faefled the seconds for fifty minutes.
K. Waller. DoWltt and Strelt, who had
substituted for DeWltt; each scorel a
Very little forward passing was done t
The r.lavlnr era. snonv aaul H..., ,t '
was snappy and Stewart
Raker ran the team In lively form.
Waler was the halfback par exce lene.
He mado the second touchdown In the
mlddla of the Ecrlmmage by taking the
ball on the varslty'a 2o-yard line, slip
ping through the whole scrub team and
beating them to their own goal posts.
Waller Is sure of a halfback position
on the Tiger team, and Pendleton will
probably be found at quarter before the
week la over. Pendleton, H. Raker and
K. Trenkman did no work except that
Baker practiced some punting. Dunlap
was nn the field, but he U .till stiff.
Keen. Fltzpatrlck says he can do no
heavy work for a fortnight at least.
Two new coaches were added to the
already large staff when Pete Balllctt,
centre In the '90s. and Nat Poo, '". ap
peared on the field.
f'AMBHinrir. Oet. 16. Tb H.irwd nrrtj
fipitball team, donoaat it their defeat at tlia
hiuda of tba aerond team yesterday, sre down
for another hard arrimmar thla afternoon, with
the freabatan team probabir lined SP against
them. While the regalara are diggbig at their
aa'd'joUM duUaa In the itaJlum. the members of
the eacoad team, aa a reward for their 11.101 f.
are the guieta of the Athletic Aaaociatiou at east
ahould prove tha deriding game of the lloatoa
Naw Y.,ra vrorld'a wmic9 baseball eootaat.
"Wa muat bolater ua aome sort of defenae for
atopping these gains made b.v oiu onpunanta on
tha forwent paaa." aaid Coach llaugliton to-day.
Kvery toaai that haa olaved wltli iteWrsr. baa
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sdvenrts. and unlaaa aome draHna mi mures are
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NEW II.WEN. Art. If EnUreiy w btood Km
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FRANCES STAR R
I REPUBLIC )VVI. EiV
THE GOVERNOR . LADY
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VU VVS.IJS.1S t v. I. ,v -l.H
A SCRAPE O' THE
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r' RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
"jTj Weai 12th Si. "Mat Daily.
l.n W:H ma trT- tieen itartlv .1
Elated over the recent decision of
Justice Scudder of Long Island In flnd
ItiK Faul Shane nut Kiillty of violating
the law agiln't bookmaklng. with or
without writing, for which he was ar
rested at the United Hunt's Racing
meeting on June 6. August Ilelmont.
Chairman of the Jockey Club, has lust
Issued the following statement.
"The decision 1. encr.ur.glng. Th.
vital feature Is that which hokls a di
rector not to be liable for Illegal act.
committed without his knowledge. Th
great race courses In this State war.
closed because no one connected wits'
their directorates would run the risk, as
law abiding cltlxens, of Indictment
"The racing Interests of thla Stat, de
pended upon the sense of Justice of th.
Legislature to remove what palpably
turned out not to be a cure for gambling
but a death blow for racing, an Inatttu
Uon which by It- own unrepealed acta,
remained authorized by the Legislature
and presided over liy a commission ap
pointed by the Governor of the Stat..
"As to the provision of the amended
law of 1810, making bookmaklng with
out writing a penal offence, the decks! on
la a relief, for that provision could only
serve as an engine of persecution."
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