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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
WILL IT BE "GOOD-BY, BAT," OR "GOOD BOY, BAT?
Copyright, 1912. by the Press IMiMlehlng Co. (The Niw Tork World).
FIGHT HARD DRAW
Western Fighter Is Hissed
Round After Round for
His Rough Work.
BROWN AND BROCK
Feels Sure That He'll
Flatten Cross and Start Up
the Ladder Again.
Jlpi, 112. hr Th. Prwe rnWi.htne Oo
Tin N.w Tori World) .
PAVE to harwl It to Mat Nelson. Ho n
. wom.er. Hat weigh IM pound
(at Imm he's to weigh that at
o'clock to-morrow moraine), and ha haa
self eoncedt enough to outfit a fourteen
M Bat had been nny other kind of a
nan he'd hare decorated thti scrap heap
(baa many year. IUa montunantal
tfftigm kesps him puttering shout
tti. chavrnpfons and near oham-
upon all of whom be looka down
with a feeling of disdainful superiority.
Ttwy used to say that Nalaon had an
trmtx rod for a backbone and that waa
what kept htm up. But II waa simply
BeagotTs opinion of hlmaalf. Hr refuses
to believe, ven now, that It la poaslbl
far any man living to knock him out.
"I ain't human." Nalaon uaad to aay.
"I can't ha knocked out," To-day he'll
argue that ha would have whipped Wol
ffian if the referee hadnt stopped their
mill, and that he waa J nut resting when
Owen Moran lia.1 him down. "Got one
of trtoae quale counts, ' aaya Bat: "you
Irajow one of them 1. 2, 6, 10 eourrta."
Bo Bs goes into hla a-rap with Leach
Cross to-morrow afternoon feeling euro
that he'll flatten Croaa and atari up the
ldder attain. "Croaa can wallop good
that 'a the kind I Ilka," aaya Baa.
There are just two qussUons In thla
scrap. Can Croaa hit hard enough to
pttt Bat out? Or will Nelson's aupreme
oanfldaoce ami aggressiveness cause tha
Uroaa goat to wander? "Oood-by, Bat,"
or "Oood boy. Bat." Which la It?
THAT loud, cheerful toot la the New
Tork, New Haven and Hartford
Railroad Company blowing lta
own wblitli. The good old "New
Karen" la ao pleaaid with Itaelf that It
is taring the dear public all about it
lArougk the advertising columns.
"A teat of railroad efilclenoy: Thlrty
twp apaclal trains, carrytng MOHIC
TBaVN 60.0D0 paraona to and from tba
TsUe-Harvard. football game at New
Haven were moved by the New Tork,
New Haven and Hartford Railroad IN
ADDITION to lta NORMAL, DENBB
."And these special tralna were handled
PRACTICALLY ON TIM 15 and WITH
f HAD a sample of thla efficiency my-
erlf. Uniformed men at oh gate
aesured, ua that tha running tlma
would be an hour and a half each way.
Took Juat five houra and twenty-aevaa
niButea to cover tha aavanty-four mllea
.nd back again. About twenty-seven
ml tie an hour! But we negotiated thla
terrific a Deed "without mishap."
tha way. at.000 people aaw that
game. Of thaae a great number
ware Tale student or resident, of
Naw Haven. Thouaanda of othera went
and returned by automobile. Wonder
where the "mora than 60,000 paraona"
" mu mmV -T- Saaaa"-g; " ,SJfWJ0&, ggal ggggaW ' ' sTlBBB A '
... " i " UI77f 'CJ4&'SlmL
VTlM. Lao a
daw! Ak HAVtD
as i ucp to ec!
CLBVBLAND, Nov. 27. Knockout
Brown and 1'hll BfOei fought twelve
rounds of terrinc buttling ih fore a large
crowd at the Victor A. C. The general
opinion Is that the bout should be called
n draw. Brock's rough work spoUol
thr good lighting lie .lid, and brought
round after round of hisses. Ho ra
pratoilly Jabbed with his elbow, butts!
with hla head and struck Brown after
the gong sounded. These tactlci made
him many enemies. He landed soma
Ritchie in Better Form
Than Champion Wolgast
For To-Morrow9 s Battle
Fans Disappointed by Ad's Poor
Showing in Training Camp,
and Many Predict Lightweight
Title Will Change Hands.
r'HNNT COULON phoned In that ha
la leaving for Chicago. "You know
J I like to apend Thanksgiving at
noma," aald Johnny. Coulon aaya he'll
tome Daoa again, noperui ot getting a
natch with Ledoux. Williams "or any
body ilea," about Dec. U.
'Hll.K Neleon and Croas are bat
tling In New York, Champion
Wolgast will ba having It out
with Willie Ritchie In California. Juat
who will hold the championship aft
this mill la a matter of doubt. Ritchie
mat wolgaat In the champlon'a flrat
Uput after recovering from the opera
tian ior upiienuicitis u year ago.
ftltchie gave Wolgaat the worst beat
lag he aver took In a ring. True,
Wolgaat rallied and allpped over
lean knockdown, but he was In had
aoapc at the end of the four rounds
and Ritchie waa fresh and unmurkod
Naturally Wolgaat could not have been
at hla beat, but he didn't show an
burning dealru to 'get" Hllchle agali
and even score with him.
It looka, on paper, ua If Ritchie's
chance to pluck the title should I
good aa anyone a. And he'd make
a good, clever, claaay champion.
aCK DOUOHBRTT thlnka hla hoy
Oharlle lioldtnan Is rnlilleil to mor
credit. He takes his pen 1n hand
to the following cITect. "Joldinaii In
oaa of the grandest little fellows and
u credit to the ring. When he meet
Coulon again he will win decisively.
He beat Knockout HruMt, Jon Coster,
Kddla Smith and a lot of lightweights
and atopped Willie Jonea In two
roitnda and made a hit In Baltimore
by knocking out Urorge Cheney. He
broke hla 1 r t hand anil fought Kid
Williams, and km. eked htm through
tne ropaa in third and knocked him
down In the alxth ami run beat Wlll
lama now. I think th little French'
man, Ledoux, can knock out Wllllamx
with proper handling. Ooldman will
give him a light"
f HI mt fAArRCUKCb
5TOW FlfeHTINcj .
only bean doing rond work and gym
exarcleea and he haa announced him
elf fit for the battle of hli life.
Wolgaat la all confidence, else he
would not b betting hla money
The betting did not drop to 10 to 4
to-day a waa expected, but Instead
lot of Illtchla money made lta ap
pearance, and th wagering was quite
brisk. The odda remain at even that
Wolgaat knocka out Ritchie In eigh
Both Wolgast and Ritchie will do;
but light exerclaea to-morrow.
Joe Mandot Top-Heavy
Favorite Over Rivers.
Los ANUIILBS, Nov. 17. The fa
vorable Impresalon created by Joe
Mandot when he administered that
artlitlu Labor Day trouncing to Mexi
can Joe Rivera, haa made the South
ern Idol a top-heavy favorite over
the local fighter In tha twenty-round
contest scheduled for to-morrow at
the Vernon arena. Odda of 1 to l
were freely offered to-day, with an In
timation that aa good aa 10 to 4 would
be offered at rlngalde.
Rivera Is aald to be hitting hla old
atrlde. which loosened a flood of
money, several large amounts being
wagered at the prevailing odds. There
la little likelihood that tha odda will i
lengthen at the rlngalde, and a atrong
probability that plenty of Rivera
money will be offered at 10 to (.
A record crowd la expected.
NEW 18-R OLE GOLF COURSE
ON LONG ISLAND NEXT YEAR.
rAoTUwaCt Cam Kn him in
Ban Francisco, Nov. 27.
1TH Wolgaat openly boasting
that the "turkey day" bout
with Ritchie already won,
and the California lade backers
claiming that to-morrow's sunset
will see a new lightweight champion,
local fans are worked up to a high
pitch of enthusiasm and uncertainty.
netting down to the condition of
both men many local authorities aay
Ritchie looks the better of the two.
The local lightweight performed
again to-day for a crowd of sports
and newspaper men and his work
could not have been Improved upon
Hi punched the dummy out In the
open, hammered the punching bag In
tin gym. wrestled two full rounds
with Frankls Edwards and finished
Ith a sirtis of exerrlaia which
proved to auch keen observers of con
dition aa John U. Clark, Ueorge Hartlng
and Dr. W. R. Prathir that ha waa
In perfect trim. Ritchie Is now clou
to 111 and seems In perfect ahape.
Bumming up Wolgait's training for
the week, hi has disappointed his
followers on several occasions. He
opened In good form a week ago
Tuesday, but on Saturday hi was so
off color In his work that it caused
many a wagging of tha head. The
champion waa floored by Willie Hoppe,
practically a novice. He came back
atronx on Sunday and boxed with his
,,..! mnmn .ml vim but h S ln-and-I adISUOM I" Su ui'iuswin. imt nr. aismeen
usual snap ana vim. out nie ww sjj ;j ,XQ Sub Uiu of ttMn
out form pussled not a few of thf ,,i 'i mki. m i m il , i uai
close follower! of the paouea glove ilKk ,, , 4 M uf
sport. Blnce then the cnampion naa mmm ti,aM m uiroen oiutm.
Bt b time another playing aauoa reus arauul
atairs will b a new euhteen liol eolf cours In
ntmiiiiftnn en Long lslaad. For th beat in
ef a )Hr work law betn lu prusreu at locuv.
all. - n s nsirw for Uw IMptna Ko:k Olub, aud
Um ( i ttiat (Itau-lrt B. Blnionld nd 11. J,
Ulilgltsm tiM lisil th mittsr In chars pracu-
ril goara'uwr. iwwi wwii u wus
Only One of Regulars
Missing from Army's
Thanksgiving Day Sports.
Ad Wolgast vs. Willie Ritchie, lightweight championship title,
twenty rounds, Daly City, Ban Francisco, 3 V. at. ( V. at. Hew Tork
Jos Mandot vs. Jos Rivera, twenty rounds, Feci lie A. C, Tsrnoa,
OaX, 3 V. af (6 F. at. Haw York time).
HattUng Helaon va. teach Cross, tin ronnda, Forty-fourth BHreea
porting Clnb, 4 F. at.
All-star Shows (3 F. af.) at Hiw Folo A. A., HSooklya Reach A. o
of Brooklyn, Irving A. c, of Brooklyn, Oowanua A. O., of Brooklyn,
HlUslde A. O. of Hewark, H. J.
Toang ghugrn vs. Pal Moon, Waterbnry, Conn., flftaen ronadi.
Brown VS. Oarllsll, at Providence.
Backnell vs. Washington and Jefferson, at Washington.
Oasa vs. Western Rrvntlon. at Clevelaaa.
Cornell vs. FinnsylTanla, at Philadelphia.
Dickenson va. Lafayette, at BastOB.
HUboIs Oolligi tb. Wisliyan Tniverstty, at Bloom
Johns Hopkins ts. Virginia M. L, at Baltimore
Lehigh vs. F. M., at Lancaster.
Hotrs Bams vs. Marqnett. at Milwaukee.
Finn State vs. University of Pittsburgh, at Pittsburgh.
Polytechnic Institute vs. Erasmus High School, 'at Washington
t. Lewis University vs. Holy Cross, at St. Louis.
Tulan vs. Louisiana Stats University, at Hsw Orlisna.
Unlvrlty of Mississippi vs. A. ft M., at Jackson.
University of tha South vs. Vanderbllt, at Hashvlll.
Urstnus va. Muhlenberg, at Allmtowa.
Virginia Foly vs. Oeorg.town, at Washington.
Markoe Expected to Return to
the Squad To-Day Soldiers
Working Hard for Annual Con
test With the Middies.
to-day. Hoar, Rosevear and Gillespie
were all used In his place.
Hobba got In the signal drill but was
not allowed to scrimmage. Keyes did
well as tile rcmilara' punter, and may
be used aitalnst the Navy Saturday to
do the punting. Hocker also did aomc
excellent kicking, and If he gets a
chance to go In the Navy game mav
I lie called upon to do the klcklnif. In
which department the Army secma to bo
West Tolnt. N. T.. Nov. T7.
ITH every regular In his place ex
cept Markoe, the Army resumed
It work in final preparation for
i the game with the Navy Saturday.
! After the usual preliminary drill the
men were lent through a fast and
snnppy signal practice, and wound up
a strenuous day by a hard thlrty-mln-
ute scrimmage, during which the rcgu-
lars scored twice. Keyes, Benedict, Alt
man and Mllburn were the hacks used
on the regulars. Prlchard drove the
t team from quarter.
I Keyes made one touchdown and Bene
I diet the other. The latter ahowed great
ImDroToment In hla offensive play. Al-
waya a demon on the defense Benedict
to-day proved himself to be a slashing
ground gaining baok as well, and with
Keyea and AJtrnan orashed through the
scrub line to the live-yard mark, from
which point he went through for thi
regulars' first touchdown.
Keves added another a moment later
when, aided by beautiful Interference, he
hrougvrt Doe'a punt back 41 yards and
started the second Army march that
finally resulted in his being shoved over
for the second touchdown. Neither of
' the goals waa attempted.
' Markoc's leg still keeps him In the
I hospital, but he will return to the squad
WHY JANE DIDN'T
Because Jane had been houseclean
ing and her hands snd face were rough
and red. Had Jane used Vclogen her
complexion snd hands would have been
smooth and white.
Used daily keeps the complexion and
hands soft and good looking. It will
not soil the most delicate dress fabric.
At all druggists, 25 cents a collapsible
Better than cold cream, used the
Right Tackle Only
Uncertain Navy Position.
ANKAPOLM, Md . Nov. 27. -The mid
shipmen turned out en masae here
to show their loyalty to the team
n hloh will meet the Army eleven
on Kranklln Field on Saturday, while
a large representation of the Navy i
contingent was also present. Outside of
the presence of the N'avy people, the
practice was secret. The general work
was satisfactory and the makeup ot the
team with the exception of right tackle
is now practically certain. Itcdman
and Kalaton are still fighting It out
for that position, and the coaches will
not make their choice until Friday af
ternoon In Philadelphia.
t'arnegle Hall, Nest Mat. Aft. at il.HO.
. , Seat Now Halllni at Hall.
gte:nT 1'ian.i. Mr. Will.HtoHN BTRKAT.
M KThVOI'OIJTA Orr.KA ' HUl'HB.
To-night at S.15. Trovatores Thura.
tThankairlvlnsi Mat. ut 1. rsrlafall Thura.
at H.l.V Hoheinei I'M. at H. KoeatgaklDderi
Hat. at :. Haenael and Oretel PsgHarrl.
Next Week Men. st s . Maglr Flute.
MAK1.MAN PIANO HED
Tim Jordan Had Big Season
In International League
Former Dodger Led in Slug
ging, Run Getting and
Bases on Balls.
HE ufllclsl hatting averagea of the
-International League ahow Kddle
Murphy, the former Ilsltlmors
outfielder, wlio waa traded last season
along with Walsh, to the I'hlladelphti
Athletics, to hr the real leader of the
league, with a fine percentage of .3111
Murphy plated In VS. guinea and out ol
M0 times at the hat lie connoctcd safely
with the hall UM times. Five players
finished with a better average than
Walah. hut they participated In only a
lilg Tim Jordan, with his big black
hat, carried off most of the other bat
ling honors. He was king pin of the
home run cloutcrs, aiored the most
runs, IihI In the tola! of basii hits, re
celved more free gifts to first base than
any other player lu the league and took
part in every game that tha Toronto
1 he former lVtdger had a great year
With the willow and finished thirty
fifth In the Uarrowa organisation, with
a percentage of .92. Tim was atatloned
at nrat-buse for Kelly's team In 1U
games. Out of M8 tlmea at the bat hi
elammed the cork-centre pill 111 times
"where the fielders weren't." Iong
drives were Jordan's apeclaltlea. Hi
drove out nineteen home runa, which
waa the heat performance In the leaguo
for circuit amaahea. He made twenty
six two-base wallops and ten three-hase
hits. He worked the opposing pitchers
for 106 bases on balls.
Cosey Itolan, the former third base
man if the Highlanders, who was
slgnod late last aeason by Ih" riilladel
phla Nationals, finished second in the
Individual butting, i'osry played In 11M
games for the Itocheater team, and on',
of I'M limes at bat ho made 176 hits
This gave him a percontAge of r.l
Dolan was also the best stealer in the
league, having stolen seventy-eight
Jack IeJtvolt of the HlgMandors
hatted .Sal and Ilenny Meyers of To
ronto, who has signed with the Dodgers
for next season, batteti .313. Wld Oon
roy led the league with sacrifice hits,
having thtrty-flvi to his credit.
FARRELL SAYS HILLTOPS
WILL NOT TRADE CHASE.
Regarding the published statements In
newspapers that the New York Amrrt-
can (jBSJfUg club contemplates the trad
ing of lliil Chose to somii other club.
President Frank J. Farrell said: "Hal
i 'base will not bo traded under nny cir
cumstances and will retnnln a member
of the Highlanders next rear, It Is due
him to deny these reports at this stags
when many baseball rumors are rife."
Trendall Defeats Keyes.
ST. fjOt'lS. ,Nnr. 2T. Harry Trendall of St.
lyiuia eanie I a de lalon in ihla eight-round bout
with Bert Keyea of New York. Th Nee Yora
Ixixer leJ a damaiiDI punch, but did not
land it often uough to count points. la the
aemt-irlnrt-iio Jo Getiaii of 8t. Louia atoppel
Kreidit- Col of Indlanapolla In th fifth round,
th referee calling halt after Col had beau
put douti thre timet in a row.
IMth Hralmrn tiamra To-Mght.
Everything la in readineaa for the annual faM
game of the Tliirteenth Regiment at th Arm r.
In II vn to-nlfht. Eitteon (venta will b ,lr
rlJed an3 many local ctrampiona will appear In
80TII CKNTI RT
PI.KASI l(K I'AI.ACE.
lOSTuM Is loaded with champion
ships this year. Harvard beat
Tale In rowing, track meet and
fostball championship, and took the
orosw-country championship awsy
from Cornell. And the Ited Box won
the) baseball championship. They
hairs other things beside ua parties
9 Boston way.
OF CONSTANTLY INCREASING
POPULARITY HAVE CROWDED
THE INFAUJBt E rIEPUT ATKaN OP
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The New. I'rrfnrt.
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lrogrammi .Sam J. t urtta s Ob.. Clark
Harass S KoMium, Emma o'Niil. Krainei
fone A Williams. II Arab. Aadr Hire, .
Hill. Oerard S Oardner.
Change of Entire Programme To-Morrow
ACADEMY OF MUSIC STOCK CO.
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