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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
NO "COME-BACK" FOR ABE ATTELL
STEALS LAP ON
iVsjrrrlght, 1HI, by The Press Publlelitng Co. fTSe New Tork World).
Attell. Quitting Ring Forever,
Says Training Sapped All Hit
ABE ATT EL haa beea tailing me
11 about how it feele to be
come a ha-ieeo Aba baa
Riven up the ring. He aajra he'll never
tight again. He'll not go along. Ilka
Battling Nelaon and aoma othara who
ware once among the champions,
taking hard beatinga and giving hack
their abated beat.
There's a note of regret In Abla'a
voice He talka Ilka a man who uaed
to have a million dollar, and now
haa only the memory. Thare'a aoma
-onaolatlon even In the memory.
ble dwell fondly on the way the
rowd out In St Ixmle cheered (or
Ibe Attell when Aba tosaad up hla
landa a couple of weeks ago and
eelgned In the sixth round, announc-
ig that hs hsl fouglit his last flght
wn USUI Mm.' n Abe wi: 1st infflr
ixl also the flgfltlngi Ue has s
stable" of on already. A few rttgiils
gn he, saw "ftper-lal Delivery" Hirer
nx In a preliminary at tne Ctarrten.
I nkni the way tits boy handled hlm
sslf." Abe explained; "so I Went to the
dressing room afterward and saw Mm
'Who's your msiiajers-T I asked
Haven't any nrnnii.' aki p: 'Would
on like to havs me manage yvvV Ho
would, sure. Its weighs TJ& and lie's
"sen flghtlnjj lightweights and wsltcrs.
Ma I took the boy on end Cm going tu
li him a lot and make him a top
UT to return to ths etery, Abe
has sn Interesting tale of the
gradual decline of his flghtlnt
"Tou see," said he, "I've been la tbe
rame for fourteen years, and I'm only
! (treaty-nine nanr. You wouldn't expect
boxer to slip beck at twsnty-nlns,
specially a fellow like myself, with
i leverness enough so keep the others
nlselng and aave his jaw.
"The whole trouble Is In the training.
Making 133 ringside has always been
aey for roe. I've often fought as low
-. r.s 111. But yeere of hard training, box.
1 ig aU tbe time and running on t' e
toad, usee up your energy. I guses a
nan haa about so much action In him.
nd when he burns that up he begins
Ig grow alow. ',(
"That was my trouble. For three or
'our years 1'vs felt my apeed and
strength slipping away. 1 wouldn't
aeknowledge It even to- myself, but
own In my hesrt I knew thst I wss
an. elng back. Wbsn I fait It drat I he-
'in to think of the thousands of dol
lars I'd tossed sway over the green
loth, and I started saute) ue ai l flgur
ng on doing something etas when the
ring wasn't for me sny more.
The Arst time I really toll bark so
:r that the publlr couldn't help seeing
II wae when I fought bl. u. Brown.
The Boxing Commission suspended me
for six months for that, but It was a
mistake. 1 really couldn't do any het
irr. and people who had seen me Rent
lor ysara gave me credit for being a
etter man than I was. They said an I
titsy believed it, l. -ilia; 1 wae stali
ng, and Uvat I could havs knocked
Brown out If I wanted to. Why, that
night I couldn't taeve knocked any
body out. My arms were dead.
"When I fought Kllbane I had gone
- r. way beok, and I knew It. I looked
.: ist as good as sver. 1 was Just is
i muscular. 1 trained a long time out
: i the sun and looked the picture of
b l.ealtli. lint there was siinwlihlng lark
. I could feel It. Hume we j I felt
. i. red when I ought not to have felt
i red My niisclea didn't rsepond to
t i nerves 1 tried BtJ leat, end Kll
1 iiu got the .leclekifi. 1 heal held the
c oamplonshlp for a long time. 1 sup-
l nee 1 oitx'ht to be aaUafled. But I
a tu t help U. Inking that U I asvd only
I used Kllbane a yeer or two earlier
lharg would havs been a different
li.UAM. Wag llssbjr When I
lougilit akej i had been slid
i g bail, fo: u couple of years
end etruggllng ae n- .t They aay U e
toullah for a champion who feels him
.ell sl. pmng to g on llgiiUng. But
with me It wasn't the money. There
." aa the Joy of fighting, i don't know
aajr greater Joy ou earth than that
. kjafa cornea lo e man when he elands
I,, front or another tUow In ths ring,
.-nd when lie knows t lint hs can step
M and out and move bis head a few
inches and make ths other fellow miss
snd flounder and look roolleh. That's
t is faeolnation of boxing. There's
i 'thing else llks it. matching but..
I train and body, and watching ths re
sult. "After Kllbene came that first Mm
I flgkt In Fiieco. They eay that
was the hardest twenty rounds ever
1 fought In the Ooldrn Stats. How did
do it. when I was alraady on the
decline'.' Why, Dial's a curious story.
In the first j. in . my match with
Murph wae llxed. I fixed It with
Murphy's mnnsger. Buckley, myself,
ti3geag to make an impression that
v dd tone kllbane to meet me again.
Murphy waa to Ue down to roe take
is knockout In the sixth round. When
tte sixth passed 1 found thst I had
Whsn I went to my I ornsr that time
1 was In a rage Somehow aU the
gerueneee I sver had, and all the cour
age and determination, gathered up la
Reds Will Get Tinker
As Manager, Says Evers;
Deal Nearly Completed
Ht'mnstead. Hlected Giants'
President, Says He'll Con
tinue Brush's Policies.
Late this afternoon Thomas Lynch
was re-eleeted Vreeldeat of the -
tlomal Xaeeg-as and John Stsydlsr was
BV BOZEMAN BULOKK.
Johnnls Evers. the nee- manager of
the Chit-ago "ubs sn ilthe author of
basebaH'B most noted legul tnxllin ik,
"He Never Touched Hutuwl." apiieareal
In the corridor of the Waldorf-Astoria
to-day and Informed lieople who w-re
Interested In ths National Lnague mret
ins that the Tlnkir-C'lnclnnatl leU
would be oloeed by the end of the after
noon It was understood that the Cin
cinnati fiuii was to relates several play
ers to Chlcaaai for the saks of obtain
ing Tinker's services ss manager.
Kvers refused to discuss the drtalle Of
Tbe Hon. (.'. Webli 'Murphy, with
whom iimvereatlon hnx heroins an un
popular Indoor sport of late, let Kvrrs
do all the talking. The one time i hal
ter box of Hie leagnie didn't have nothing
to aay to nobody about nothing under
HKMPSTEAD SUCCEEDS BRUSH
At a meeting of thr lloitrd of Ulre tore
of the New York fin., II. V ll inpstc.nl
was elea'led President to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of John T. Hiuah.
and C J Sn 111 van was letted Vk-Pres-
Ident tu fill the position vai-atcd by H.
"t'ntll after thr election held lo-J
a small :.nrd lump Inside of me. I
could fuul It choklnu tue, tiacU In my
throat And 1 came out for the seventh
round snd walked over to Murphy un1
stood toe to toe and slugged with him.
1 didn't care how much heavier he Was,
although he welxhril near 140 pounds.
He used his weight iimi strength 10
lough me down, and I wouldn't take a
back stop. Wtoayo tua ttrangfth cume
from 1 don't know, nut for a While 1
had It It laated until the englnnvuth
round Then the weakness got into my
arm. and 1 could feel that Ihu old re
covery wasn't there. I mood closo des
perately, i might have won yet, but In
the nineteenth Murphy closed my left
eye tight, and the right was ulTscted by
Che blow. 1 i-ouldn'i See anything but a
blur, no 1 triad lo stick to Inllghtlng.
When the rgfarat broke ue apart 1 tiled
to fell etralght hack toward Murphy
again. In thr last two rounds he got
a iTKu thai i warn
l .1 ... far three
lived like a hunter
more to come back 1 1
anu 1 gueas 1 gave Murphy a
fight ! weakened inward the end
the earlier lounds kmc ma a draw,
Ths' was the last light left In me
Whsn ,t was over l fall tired dogtlred
Su tired ilia: I dldn'' think I'd oral rail
The rtnlah came the Other night at
at. Louis, i wwa to tight ahjkt roinwll
with a boy named Ollle Kirk, lie len't
a tfafj aood agkter, uui he's a Una bay, I
At tlio and of the tit el mund I could
hardly llu my urms. At (lie end of the!
seoaad that were hanging .it my sides, 1
in save my life I touldn t :r.kc ,i blow
Vi oiii tuai time until I he sixth I stalled ,
and bobbed my head in snd .nil anu .
made him miss. But that Isn't fighting.
Tin. crowd htacd nd booed and ac
cused me of faking So nt the end of
the slit:. stood In thr middle ol he
ring and gave it .up. Uentlemen.' I
eald, I'm through sn a lighter 1.1 tlgn
If I oould, but I can'' The enly ttiinu
I havs left is my hand. If you want i .
I'll go on and stall thnPUgb the other
two rounds, but if Mm n ,. i n i0p
now. i dun't want the toney when i
csn't deliver the good" ' To my emi
prlse the crowd Itspl still a niOBIenl ami
then began to oheer me 'I hi y knew
I meant what 1 eald 'You can stop.
Abe,' a fellow yelled And then they
gave me a big cheer. it mad" my
knees shake and a big I imp cntne up
In my tnrost. bring cheered that wsv for
whet 1 had done years before- for what
I used to be. The manag'er gave me
my money all of It. And lhe all
Healed me fine. They were all good
ports those fellows. Little Kirk rtmu
Mj.miid and shook lianil, sn.t m.i.U 'I'm
aw fully sorry. Abe. 1 wish we'd never
"I came right on ba k to New York
And now I'm through Twenty-nine
years old and through with the game
I loved belter than inv life' Outside
the ropes for me after this. I'll be an
onlooker Maybe l can help some youiu:
fellows along and show tham a few
things, but I'll never beer the bell ring
I for me again. No, never again.','
L COULDN'T MAMe rCeiOLKerb
I have refrained fremi tnaVrng any pub
lie atatement wilh regsrd 0 the Tutor"
o' the New York fllanta. It le the In
tention of the family to retain control
of the -hib ami I will endeavor to the
best id" tnv ability to handle the pru
eity on the same hljrli plane as that to
which Mr. John T. Brush brought it
There will be no chsnge In the man
sxement any nature snd Mr MoOru.v
will, or course, continue to menace the
Olant the same sn he heretofore h.ia
done end will have the same free hand
thst lie had In working with Mr. Ilnieh
Hid I would like to eay In this connec
tion thai Mr Mrlrraw wae the most
loyal friend snd supporter that Mr
Hrush had and I hope that we together
will have m:iriy nnpiv years In the bsne
balt life Of New York
I wsnt in thank Mr. Hruoh's frlendx
snd the pHbllfl st Urge fur their won
derful appreciation of Mr. Hrush's
efforts snd the deep respect shown bi n.
BRESNAHAN'S CASE WILL BE
DECIDED IN MISSOURI.
When the meetlnej of the League di
rectors nd.1oiirnerl It was annoouneed
that the nroanajhnU matter hud been re
ferred he-k to the interested parties for
Settlement. Arthur M. Ssger and Oeorge
I' I'riest. attorn for Itresnshan sub
mitted to Mrs. lirltton the names of
St. ite Mediators MoAlllster, David and
fulver of Mlseourl, eny one of enhom It
wn stnted would be acceptable to their
side to set as referee under the Missouri
law to ail. Urate the dispute. Mrs. Hrlt
tun will annoUnOS at eight o'clock to
night whether any one of them will be
H'-ceptable to her.
Mrs lirltton us thr owner or the St
Uiui-i team met with tae Isiagtll man
nates Whan the annual Wanting was
opened hit. r behind In I tl i.iri.. It
icae Mated thai the only bualntU '.h.'it
was llkel to come up st Ine incetlna
was nf a routing chamol It and that
the fa i Italian nf Preslde.it LynCh for
another iar wss oartaln.
"I did the best I could With the club."
said Itoger Inst night, "and the fart
that I did not appear In more games Is
tiecause I hsd some young catchers
whom 1 thought could do better W'ork
at the time than I could. At least, that
was my judgment. 1 wss also trying
lo develop my young material sn as to
build up a strung I. am for the future."
liaaoball men, as u rule, tiave taken
Kresnulian's side In the controversy, end
they feel that it looks as If he waa
fired for trying to huiid up a valuable
place of property for the owners, whluh
they were not experienced enough to
understand One old player added that
If Roger had used up all big efforts In
trying to make a good showing for one
season I hat he w ould have weakened
his team for future eeasulis. At Uie
same time he would hava held his Job.
Fred Clnrke end Barney Drevfuss ars
a Mile Impatient about the Urexnahan
me iter, as they are niixlous to have
hull sign a Pittsburgh contract right
away. M was rumored last nlglii that
if the cuse went to s hoard of arbitra
tion that Roger would In- allowed lo
sign a contract wttil the Pirates regard
lent of ibe outcome.
The Piiste management believes that
with Rtegnahnn to help on; iii the
catching department thai the pennunt
Ig gggUred. Among the crowd In the
rprrldora of the Waldorf it eeems in
he the general Impression mat Pttte
hurgh will win next aeiison, whsiher
liresnahan Is secured or not. but with
thr old (Ham cut. her on the mb the
wises, res regard It us a cinch.
line of the busy men In the lobbies
v.stcrday grgi OeorgS Klalllngs, ilia
new manager nf the BOB ton Bra is
Qaaraw came In fresli from fjeurgia
wesMng sn ice . ream eutt that was the
wonder of the aeeentbtage. it devel
oped that the Ilea. i Urunuuell III t Igor
hsd no' ye rncrlved his trink and
wa- CORipellad 10 wear his clotlics of
the ileorgla model. The flrst man to
meet hint nas Arthur lievilu. They got
together in a corner nd in a few mtn
i,n inn gnnounoed ihst Devlin
be a member uf lbs Huston Huh
I a SOP II had ' eeti reported I ha i
would go i.. the minora as a
He w.s ibly worrfod
he lalked Will Stsliillgl.
n ml talk ' tth ail my play-
Htalllnga, "and get their
daaa If you thlah o.i are rigiit,
Aiilnii you .ire Ui- 'iisn 1 waul."
ArlRur a.v thai he Plated h.tter
laall .1: legs, ii I nan lie h i fur iwai gr
II lean II" le il tl that Ills 'e i
hat v Iraprot . i a onoarfuili
I .. nun row
, Khlii'tt". I hi
.11 noon Oharlaa iioiidsy
in. in wUii tllooovorail the
I siinU et ur; of
'! and nth. r
tie lint tie of l.Otu ll-
hlato? c events, will
.on b psrtv "f si ritual slid Hub uwne.
t.i his new imrk n Hrooklyn. Tho Col
oriel iiss flag, ui- ihosTing tin' glrootl hi
taken by the alftToronl generals In tun
battle. kn reronrl) inearthed These
lonies will priioau!) i i.iu n t' e
other duos Khan thai go ovt to tap.
1'ire the place next season ln Inw'n,;
the esploretluii the hlki-ettt CROWdtf
ujet u voua ewRjy
J M ' StreTUrrrAlM ,
ss. seeaSV I'M TMR006H AS
Bike Riders Get More Pay
Than Ever in This Race
Improvement in Track and!
Handsome Bonuses Responsi-
hie for the New Records.
LOaeO-DlnTAMC y. le haofcsg has
c.me back to lis own after years
r unKBtlafsctory sir-dsy conteeta.
iMffetrent methiHls of :i re) w menage
ment that is oiidu.-tlng the . iirrent r ic
In Hie I in, ,lc, i ! ,..-,...,,.11.!.. fe -lelm.
nir leiiie a new era or popuiS'l
The Harden Athletic Club, represented
by J. M. liapmnn. su old-Ume rider,
promoted this yeur'K bike race with the
Intent;. ,n of i e-establlsluiig the sport s
n poimlsr attraction. The new pro
mntere have recently expended ap
proximately irin.otlii in getting the race
The record-breaking work of the
riders so rar Is easily explained by the
fact that they are re "riving more
money for their efforts than ever be
fore. Altogether f2S,(U) will be distri
buted to the nfteen teems In prises
snd bonuses. The winning team will
receive I1.6D0 Instead of il ..-. as
formerly, and pntportlonatr lncrea.es
have ilaren made in the other ewards.
Imu participating in the race this year
and Marctiinr Club will have Itaelfhtli
dinner, after which bg learue work In
other (iiret'tluna will m rtiu)d. letat
flight Mr- Rbbetts gave a dinner at tb
Waldorf aa a aort Of wrm up to tbe
big event to-morrow.
Il it r.u&iiriHi tlMt I'itr KrUvt. t. .1 bu.-m Mrrt
Itrv uf thf lloitnu NatlfiBilt, mill anccMd biMt-
llgaM Mnllatgrr Secaui , (if t Um 81. lstUlt " In i.
tvipr K'tlf in km of t if Usual tuiiillar OMn in
I nwtiall, suil 'i- faun ) tiihtng him u tha luck
in tha iroilft.
tUrwati Niokafraon. a tvrmrt ViaafbaJI vinttr n.1
Butellal. la ih nt- aacrrt-ary uf tba Huttuo cluk
and waa nu th job for the firat tln aatrdaj.
Mr. NkieaTgnJu lutf a nw buok out caliad "The
Snurt of Buaaair. In nhtch ha roUabjratad tvUri
tli" lata Mr. Htapaetu. llfrman ia trying to raid
vtinr aiciiM for suing, a iianuutt, hut at haa
failad to find atu dltwrt rtaaon lu 11m Boaton
Brafoja hMiid iVMbratc H should r.iafar with
8ennour took a waU thrrriaVt taa robblaa
iuiiofl tint piddle' of I ha af ttxitooo od triad
out a ffw of 'h- ' U jaatiwt chalrt. Of 1m
d-aapiMiJtitfod uw fh fact that he h twoa onld
by NawnJ-it to Urn Autfclf HrTtaour doaa not
Uka t laar tha K,wt and tiarlaUy Nar York,
whara h lia a h'it.
Tba Itttarnatlonal lagaum tot tbraufh vith
t vir llttla u.tviiitg o a tinny art! uoliTkrd Joa
KaJlfiv that Toronto bad mu th fcnuaat. Jos
ff IS doitMhtnl to hr ttiia ti-na and M. f affttn
tha si ! ''' Tti tiwuar, iiioiuptly ordorad a bail
Tilt I pU a 1. U tllff 111 II eg a ait la - itU
liaim. owner of tha Utir.rl imid. 11a liaofad
' -lot has thrr utnaa hiring f ; n.iou l-xviiu
f. in i tha in-- ntaraaUL.1 tthaia4.-tar in ihf
Intr-rtiatiijiial Isaago. H- haa nrr mailr a etal
out of hla nob, hut i- Imt fnthuataatic aa lr
lia wrrr .iltiutf ap a luii i in-. Sonttr our aakad I it iu
,fn rda.T h ov lia i'at unt laat t-aon.
I iralv W.Ow.11 anawtrxl l.trMtnhoiia
HllW WU letftT' nan- I liforg Stu.jdjlicu 1 I
i.M'lantootl that m lout inoiify.
"Oh wa did," raiuied Lii-Utaniialui. B . wo
tmh UkM - " " tuia rr Wa Loat IK.OOO tnv
-a li i ffi.rr
"title L hfen'ialni ia nuiv m una
ii dira 1
tie 1 iwi
'a iiuiiiaut .-ii ientg ti-itunou
r ui .M'ttari. neorge lair. i-aM-an an 1 m '
mi it a el nver the while aauii In thw lnleria
uuual l-tsgna at una aliliog Ha save ht lta til
heat clnh 111 the leagu. iaaiiUa thf fact that
Turtmtii t-Vanvd ap
Is likelt that 1 in Jurrian. the rnruer sluggar
uf thf UricikUu team. mIo haa uu nlajring wit kt
INltaaiO, will get hat k lutit tlie big legu utat1
egsoga Jnrdau'o- had leg u u atiaiat agii- "
luatlr tMfty Inane tuna (hiring! tit last two
saagjaaa lit paitl a higlirr mlar' in tht
'.1 ti n than a lot nf .4 .1 grt in tba major
Ittaguea. hut he vfemt tor ic h una mu
Unf'. If M.s'itlfertv ami Kelly will aT"f U
At Less Than Ready-to-Wear Cost
$25 to $35 Matericils Cut to $20
Our Fall reductions,
ways a feature. It will pay you to see
t he suitings and overcoatings on which
vou can now save $5 to $15. Made to
ensure from your own choice of ma
' trials, finished, fitted and styled to your
J naeenr h t
t waO 60ME AjAjPrV fACrt '
frank Kramer, champion of all In and
out door riders, gets a bonus of HW)
a day. I
.laekle tMsrke. Moran, Fogler and
ROM, six-day favorites, get U.Hno a
week bonus, while other riders receive
A subject thst tvae caused .nnelder-
stale comment In the Harden li
-hanged appr arunie of the track
encourage speed, the new management
hud the Ellison Conetruction Company
einploy ideas In nsiructlns the trenlt.
The course this year, at a cost of f38,00n.
'""1 " .lar. . were Uie lUmS anu
tralelitaways, while the embank
ments were made much ateeper. The
result Is unprecedented fast going, for
now three or four riders may come
down the inclines abreast. The truck
In previous years was conelructed nar
rower In order to sove seating -...
A epectator at the races tills yen
wilt find many obnoxious features ofj
niner years removed. The big amphi-1
theatre U hourly "leaned end i, . un
gated besides being patrolled by 100
epeclal policeman with strl't orders to'
Dud Mui's have been remarkable for
their eheence. Only three puncture .
orcurrea in tne nrt nrteen hours or
riding because tile hoards In the track
were laid emooth aide up instead nf
the rougher side as formerly.
aell him It i iimleratood Hut Pittsburgh wlU
gif hun job.
Millrr Huggina. Umi upm ma oa rr of tba
t'axdinaia, ar'lvad ai ninu wvsrlatf a oaw f ir
ovafitaat ami a mala aim as anrla lis n
hlffh. Htigiina ia tht ainallMt manaar m -a..
Hvity, and waa frtvinatitiv atsUkan for a boy aa
hr hiiatlad through 1MI k alley fa aeirHi of a
:rada or two.
K.-O. BROWN BATTERS
nrii J v IT ri a- A 1 wiiniaft
nClLLT Al THt ULYMPIC
Knoelcout Brown, theaouthpaw rniteh
man of the eaat aide, defeated Young
Rellly of tha weat aide In a hurricane
battle of tea round laet night at
Olympic A. ('., In Harlem. Brown
fought He My all around the ring In tha
tenth aeaalon. tiylog 10 land a hay
maker, but the weat aide youngaler
punched aeveral ttrnee and managed to
laat the round out.
Tbe Juareg entries fur lo-iuni i nn ate
' ss f.nl.iws
naif KAON tatai lotaotMnli t,., gal
Is li.lf fintaase. Bills eVattV IO0: it'll Sit
: nut Ttrriat Ml, Mg Uan niisru. uu K..
I ilaWj 112. I'S'lasrst.. M
liatXlX U atrt. nalllsg. itrei jets sMi tail
uiar,l Ml .1 I" 111 I'tssk. KM). I'.le-
thnmlin. I0 ' afli.ra la Hi. A. 'linen. 0ft
Angehis. 1U6. laaaa.u. 1(10. Aialuno Kuss. Ilaj;
inn Judge, ion. I e i g 10T Aaniiil iDlereM.
I 112 Mitelietu HsrwiHsl, 1 13: llaldea v Ullj
1,11. "si' .ii. IK' Helronaa. I f 3 : Jim I. . lit.
I rlllllla K.K'l 'inn til tart: ft. soil s
I litlf fSalllgi IT I w VS. 'Slell. 100 . I lot
emis km.. 1UA. Sallies. 110: (aslest lisle. 110:
l.u'li. IK. i 'l,hu lv 110; I rai.a,.a 1,1 1 ly
MltTIi It.u K Selliat. all alas; fttt aual a
' half rnrl.ing.. 'laOUJetl. Hi BOM, 10.1. Da.
uf frjn i. I",'. 1... YoilUI. iBgl ' a in tU
Hlr, .....i 110; Ptrlur Hoi. lit.
i II I'll U.ti K SelUiit; I l,n . ...ar-olda Hid Ui.
sartl ail fnrluiisa. "I raula Uoiuia. OA. 'It Hi.
rat. Hi Hiaaaell MeUItt, lot: Ran KeigM, list;
l.a.lv llaukis USJ Milt Julias lilt, lllla Rriem.
SIXTH RA0I -".Hint Hues eai old. anal III
sari nob ma. 'Hal. I iff 100; iiMiotins Hira
lias I'rnjtsfsr, UI: liiis.-raggitt. lit; nou En.
r1a.ii. 1(15. K.iigravar. 100; KfaVier llii.ter 1ia.
spueeStis. .Iltiwan,'.. Trark alow
just begun, are al
Broadway and 9th Street
ODDS ANU ENDS,
AND All KINDS OF
Columbia Seven Barred From
Use of St. Nicholas Rink, and
This Action May Cause Aban
donment of the Intercollegiate
V there Is not some action taken In I
the matter right away (litre may
not be any Intercollegiate Hockey
lrugtie season, as t!ie herring of the i
Columbia seven from UM of the .t I
Nicholas ltlnk seriously threatens the
life of the aaaooiatlon. According to
Cornelius Fellowes, owner of the rink, I
Columbia is blacklisted because of her i
failure to abide by the league eligibility
rule, which says that no player can '
represent his college more than thre.-
years In the sport. However, the Blue !
and White authorities declare that a
Meeting will be held to-day at which;
the matter will be put up tn the facuttv.
Hhould this liody object to the ellclhillty
clause, Columbia will not only be pre
vented from playing hockey, but Cornell,
Princeton and Hartmouth. the Other
members of tho league, may be forced
to abandon their league schedule, OWlttg
to the falling off In Interest in the ra -that
il bound to reeult thtouKh the lota
of Columbia, the home team
Ft. I.. Hfruert. rbairmau of tiia I'uio Aaa n
1in. baa raUftt a meetnigT of Um eie.uiite ..n
nutter tu go oj'i t..e tormaMrjr uf re . . .
Hurling. taut challauga. . (tnf irotatlo i nf ahtaa
ii. t il . arriraj Uirough M ma t from l.inti in.
9o far tdltJooa oonulnel in (Lie ha.llen.to
are omceniatl. Mr !lerisrt aid rol all ajH-ea rl
im forat. Tha only itiing , tha I i
f- -in, i ft wlk ia to leail tog i liaflMgteg lag n
Ln au effo f to regatia th faoin ia Uaatcheti r
!uu. had rwuanttad. aaa that the data for nu
mar- e ht at ewly tu Juua. I'lie But' mi s-ne
aa ttaair raaaon for tiiia that tm I M, en wxviM
HN lo kMfa f Ida xiuntry aftar the fim; rs . t
Jiiuc ri mi lo rrne ia id i-l in tiuia to oQ1
iu in to Brttial -"'im r 'r'n a at Uurllukrhani
thu latter ,art uf t-',e nt.. .r i
Ick RudoHth, tvltn has had a trial with tltt
Gianta. won mora tunm tJaan ny ottwr , .'
in rite Inivmatitinatl l.t-aoe laat ea.'n. anj naa a
ieridal factor in tha t .. , oiuh capturing tba
infouant. 11. i : wuu .n. n-e ,-amaa and -
i for jksreentase of 714. an.) waa 'he pra
tical laadar. AKhougn two olbat plavera atan I tioora
' 'ii id fhe nffirial flgiira ann'ttnt-wd try Kdward
li. Barroi. )greavdtnl of tha . . Jv k Oiiioai.
wi) waa r.niitvl out h) tha lliaiilairdena t-i Itocii
wr ahoui tl ruiddla of ttta aeaao'i. adao Jid we...
l.as - ...H 1,t ... . I . .. "
low Mefiiunlty waa stttoltwr nUo heli hla end op
i if man wn iirofi n
name ', win::
JMt ago pturel allteen
L-Toriea while hainf
tg - ikhim:. Ijuui Ieti II
ka wh-i tret rr- a e i Bl
1 t Iwaati
VI. at I a . ..m -1.. I .... ...
wiiii Maxwe.! alau nf T'troo'ii. wud
aiaafaia gajn ami
oonr-liiajou of a thinl da,
'a UD Ukff
omirra of the Height Caaino. m Hro'tkhn, fistnd
nine nf rhe rtrlgfnal f antranta I If ft
Is the nan .oal
to. mm-i.or. I.VH are repaeaantstiasa of tlta
! a. a... wKne no otlisr ' it. can Imaat of mora than
oss player is lbs list. T'.oaei tn (he cup lound
ihta Hie real la R. K. T Higfa of IJit Iimi
apasd, wiio by tI-ii. i an alia .am. rKory nrtr
I in. olnbmst.. lit .r.s Oaboit. B'lranred loto :bt
I lrsii 'nai bra.ner..
Sbovb t-hat Mr II
Wbl'ney haa eiiarants.1 fnr Uas naxr. Lnrtt seeri
Mi. WHnai M.luir.al Sl.e ae .iftw, Ui bt run ai
Homi Ro ll and to tablet lis aaill add I 000 ra i
aar Tba rac. lia. bess siw.va no. or :-. tana' i
olt.l uoea 01 ir. Btstropanusu nri-iir
Tn inphtsst lria toot pit", la Finalaiid
F. ,. ARENP. Condun n.
4 tlvniiihotiv. rt uhstribtr
rionv. I'srnegle, Doa. 'I0, .'i P. M.
Mine. Frances Aids aoorae
I Hsssr.e.l Haa; a ir :i anal Si I eaita.
l'n. i nt tiioei. i iii.ptri. i.e. . ii-. n , . ....
uvinari. ol ARTKT.
.ii Aiaxamlei Addlrnonql. Obolai
Tlkela. IllWe le Members,
t'nloil Hq. tlu? . :!'- . I. .name V
at09Kr,'''!, '';aw,NU 'rMKATKKel
BILLIE BL RKEiJ VaVii? 'Milrt .
(jARRIt-Kj . vvtvT
s.0 ILtat ;
J, 10 I II:.
JOHN MASON ' J: : r t he Atlack
tTajtaaaa' Otlll l w.f 11 Vat VaaS It Mat a.
ruiion wtd. a Mai wed At nv to li.to
ruiion Wad a sai. w.J Mt. ! to ti .vi
THE YELLOW JACKET
UIIlSCiari r'. "trh"i"nrrtt'waV. Vm. , Iff
iiwvwwit Mallriact WM
A , at 'J. in
UK. Il KOAI)
TOE COUNT OF LU XEMB0URG
nncofvw ci ' "kv. h.i.. Vuii. ni
L1HCI 1 I jjgt j, i ,, w j iin m tr.fi.no
M -1 - L-E-S-T-O-N-E-S
li N 1 C la. K RH(U ' K K M . l oft HHfh HI.
ID. )a! i. a r ii a '. .li.
OH! OH! DELPH1NE!
MOULIN ROUGE s ?
i.M.t.M. .Man Wad atat a. IS
slONTUOtlKMV at STUN
ki sir J t N IN.
TBS LAW IIPTIIIC SI 1 IT Kit
F. F. Praetor's
s. t nuaTBCt
AaaUtot ... HI 111 llRsiCN
0TI ART IIUNM, May
fOIXY aV 00.. Kit WYNN.
MC-tli '.VI. IAtaSlkH. ..i'i. .
tial :". I.a tl
sr. Stii l
A .'ti If,
ItJ nr. At.
All tbal'a beat In till lealm
aatlOsalll. l it ti -.: n plgja
Prt'lTSsiuisa cbarigei tTcrj M .u.
Saj anJ Tbur.iay. I'ri.sa A ,
tt St.-. I'uUtilUUM. 1 1 tu 11
AD. PHILIPP'S 57TH ST
M' I'HII.IPI' A II - On.
Et t it Mat. Ml., J It.
wEejs IMS The j0y or RCH-fiN
Johaa) Mummer, n in ilie rtelterselglit . liaraiHon-
ship of tlre.l II', l.i t 1 ,ilii -il It.irii mi i-juit
I thS Null null eiKirliOS i I'l'. while HjlghlS Me
.r . . I l,B..nriIII 1W
reitel the IsStlSliai Otei .flint tard nt ans Isse t
Ihf rn. I si tuenti muml. at Itiraiinghuiii. M- ..
sin recenUr a.in a .lei'iel.in asain.t Mtt We i.
...i a f'.til, will mi lie msti-iie.1 with Krel.be
Welali eho rfunirif.l ttSI Kiifh.li Ug.lMcibt tsSss
i'ionaiiii ln.ru Well.
WHAT'S THIS! JONES
Report Is Discussed
erlng of American I
OH1CAOO, rtr. iA.-dfiiih owncm of
I hp Anertran IfttfUt Who .irrivpd hi'P
to :t 1 1 -it cl the anrui: I meeting, nf
t hi i irM niz.it Ion to-mum-row dlMUMd
With IlltifMl t:i rtpOTl th;it KleMec
rnHnaffcr of the Chli i ;
ti :ini, f hi t-. Uecomc
I ho New York trim.
In dtappfgtchM from Bl I f. PlM
Idfalt 'otniskey of the I 'hlCMO clllbi
Alio Htill OOntTOla Jo new' aprvlt-pn tn ur-
Mnlteil beuiwball, declfaVred ip would
i.kp to Mi iiU former mai nufrT retttrn
lt ttii- K'lnif and adJtsl ' Jtmt-n la too
rem! bgieebg.ll lfiidtr tn un Bnywhere
tut New Vuik.' Mi Comtslcey WM
pxpp(ted to rtturn to Chicago hate t -day.
Joneaj ivruap tn -my KAnythlnff Mln
;tn r'-Tanlinf IiIji iiIhiik. II- aaeertl he
?Jtawt dropped in to meel old t nlaM
Fphii oatteri it wtvf learned. how vtr,
that Jonei would like to return I V"'
American Laagrua and that i ildeni
Parretl of tha Mn York ciuii iv.Mld
weli tirnp tin opTMirtunlty to grt .
The NVw York t')ut ia tin- unlv iAm
in the Amartoan Laaaiia which ''h not i
lisTned g managjer ftr the aaaon of mtfl 1
iin ri anil
henrn Hoi Draw.
. i.i. i . i l.
lo Vat IBs firai t m- tuia i
e . 1 1 a anegni. T it- nam rag i'iampi, w
! eiotideil to hll iunni in bit b H of ten rout it U
I with Jii(uiu.v Kit 1'eia. thg i'aiiatiui lig.it-
vteight .- laui'i'm, tirf.ra tiie Kijutit uin A. R
i Alberta waa . gfjire-.ijr la STnri r"inul.
1 Alteam g owtfUgM raraed fUrn a drg It '
i"'- rui'i1. t.-Hl !.rr IMt aa-m
" Avf OjHaJi ta as. a at a ir V - c
:aaci2 I If ILL IM lt tark'
MAXINK 'aiib.lte! h'wtsJtliAf KaaSlS
lrl I.IOTT'g , Mallm-ea lVel g ggl ' I)
tiftJSSS&lS,, HINDLE WAKES
aaa h Sm it
Vf WrA A ttal 1 IS
THE MERRY COUNTESS
toMMbStkM "ROLY POLY"
" T H? i- I INI I i INJ i nu.
I I It I I I V .
48THSI. THEA. ';
iv 1 III; I t NNIRai'
m ay i.n rowK
Never Say JDie
.. rati Uait. Wsd.Hai
1 TL. ,), ... mMt
BKSKIE WYNN A
vuai. '. a 'iiu-aii.-. .lb. .. i.r. tl a.a.n."
Annie Kutiell's '
Kill- & i i ' ii. ro ¬
ll it tt) Mfa. 16.
. i nnri at.'. it,
DALY'S Mat. Wad
ai i ...
I sat. .It.
THE RED PETTICOAT
I an iiril.I.N'
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Tlmra a tit I
FANNY'S FIRST PLAY
Il Mi , ami ittti Aa.
Writ. A Sat. il
The W liip
WEST END $ll$tfJ&;Al
ptaT CHINC LING F00
500 som surj, is BIG ACTS -is
.1.1, II, V , ,H
or - i in. l; M. a; . A I'i k,
aaaVCUuhllsl K'.ril. Tha ai.
Sial. Mat Weal. Tbt Itrr
Hull- Mata rata, Nrebold a llrilihni
- - a-.aa. rrht la, I
KELLERD I HAMLET
U Ifal Hnatltaat alitl .n'
Dl alW MATINKt IvCTgl
BY liAY AT
-!" RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
e o s i i
i m re
Root Catches Champion After
Spirited Chase in Six
The six-day cycle race in X .ion
gkMl Lra Qapden has developed Into e bit
ter struggle between the American and
foreign riders. The constant fighting
between KrasTjar, Hoot, iiroeoo and
Par htcOl for thg Job of pacemaker
made tlie big QTowd on liand late tkle
aftern.i.m cha-rge Into the (Jarden foi
points of vantage
As the fortieth hour score was posted
Prank Kramer caught the hunch asleep
and abnt out twenty-five yards before
ddta ROOt tnuk mi the iiase, sccom
panie.l by the shouts nf ,00 epecte
tors, nnd finally overtook the chani-
ifter four la;is or furious aprlnt-
Thr OfOWd had an opporiunlty to roar
aoon after o'clock when "Jaokir "
lafttt w ho had bepn content wltU
thini poalUon all day ihowad a burst "f
njiici w ien hp -!file. a "mind for alx
lapa in a futile attempt tn atel a lag-
Champion Knaoiar naa lifter him MM
a rat antl thp rterre atruvale between
the1 two rival! kept the bUOCtl In an
uprotw for rtvp tnlntiten. if the con
t!ntiotig eirr natinR keepe up annernlna
Will have tn be done for the neiattyr"
mar . Whom are already hoarae fro.n
Bacauee -f Uie trrrihV paca main
tain'"! hiii . tin- start or the race, ina
i hourly retlremeni of aeveral rldera in
expected. IValthour, hero if othee lr
alnda ha I WOabaaWta appearance, aa
: imve tHa BUter hrothera. The itatna rld-
nj of theaa two boya has won the ad-
nitratloi, of tha crowd.
The remarkable exhibition that Paul
Suter khvp aarly tn tha afternoon lan'i
often seen. TlHIevlna; his brother at
U.M A. If., I 'a 111 drove h Is machln
1 ahead of the bunch nil the time httttita,
Up ,i fail tn.it ma aes me riaera awg
wtary. Tue younger Huter didn't lea
the tra k unt;l 2M I. M.. oven- thrgyi
houra f steady DlUaTaTina. and returlV
to the track at 4 o'clock. Aaa hi
crosscil OVar to his quurtera the
aroae and gave htm a tdg roceptloai
RVKKV MI1IIT AT M P.
ios W. iMb St. (Col. a
Krhue's Orrhestra. Admlselea I
snd llilllsrd l-arior. Ml.t 81. a
v t0 ti.to. art, a.ia
1 r He. la.', .ia iiler-fwlacts1
Thai n.MoKl.r atf U IV
..... i. ai salt Hat. Mat. till
it A rVT A Tfl
el af-Vllaf 1 KJl
I A I'l.t fur CI.ll.irao,
.fM.. uiiir... rnna.
ana rial, at I
ELTINGE tRtll JSSSnC
rnttitu at "1T
I M. Dai at saa
WITHIN THE LAW
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Old Timers' WaaL
I n.y l. in ;-;,
I'VII.Y MATS. 'J.1
H way tiJU tit.
nAILY Mats. at.
, ;liAf lafltb Hf.
DA1L.Y M ATS 5S
1 llltb St., IM Aa.
DAILY mats. sr.
10 All Star Acts.
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tl.ual;" i;ar'nnl. Baraaa
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a I Dailv
astor, b&kS Kr-fP
FAI RBAM KS iu OFTHE u. S.A.
GRAND iiDi'se. -jrni nt. itETR.
tastJanat ege , aj, J y, Mil, 3St
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN
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BROOKLYN AMU SEM ENT8.
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THE WORLD OF PLEASURE
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