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THE XVXHIHCr WORLD, WEl) NESDAY, MAY 7, 1919.
CARS WILL FIGURE
K AUTO CONTESTS
American Speed Merchants
Sure to Give Foreigners
Tiu W lllant Abbott.
1fTTHE old argument, which sldo of
I thn' Atlantic builds tho fastest
nuto racoB, will bo throshcd
, out ugum this vcar. Motor raelnir.
lon,e of all sports, will have a big
international touch thin season be
causo European auto makers expect
to show Un.clo 8am ho's only a one
cylinder proportion or high-speed
put-posses. Tho old trcntltniun, how
ever, has boen making great strides
Hi this Speed Luslnws'blmself becnuso
of general aviation research work, and
jpirollno Invaders Oils year will llnd
onty of brisk opposition.
- First of tho International speed bat
iucs will como at Indianapolis May 31,
during tho running of tho COO-tnllo
championship. At least six foreign
teams, reprcfaentlng tho latest Euro
scon motor dovelopmont, will flash
fover the starting line In .quest of
45Q.0OO offered In prizes and tho
NEWS OF ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT
world-wide glory1 that rocs with
Victory In tho famous auto classic.
Tho Indianapolis incot will bo only the
opening round In tho International
controversy for tho rubber-tired speed
boys switch their argument to tho
Shccpshead Bay Bpeodway, where,
during tho season, tho relative inerl's
of American and foreign machines
will bo fought out to a decision.
Tho outlook far motor racing this
year Is very favorablo for record
breaking performances, llalph Do
i'ulmcr'a feat n February breaking
all marks up to twenty miles In an
Amcrlcan-mudo inachlno was an early
Indication of what may bo expected
when tho regular speed campaign
opens. The records Do Pnlma broko
stood up eight years against all kinds
of competition, and the most satisfac
tory part of tho performance Is tho
ability ofan Amorican car to show
greater cpeed than anything mado In
Europe, for the best previous marks
for tho short distances were created
by a Onrman Mercedes.
English, French and Italian manu
facturcrs are confident of cleaning up
In motor competition In this country
becauso of tremendous speed gained
through lessons learned In aviation
development. Allied air supremacy
was directly traccablo to continuous
auto racing before tho wur, which
developed corps of highly trained mo
ohanlcs and supplied the best sort
of tests for en gin is builders. What
was accomplished in aviation In tho
form of light, strong motors with
tremendous speed lias been turned
back for use In land tnachln.es. This
result has boen so gratifying that
foreign makers gladly jumped at the
opportunity of entering their latest
moueis ai inaianapoiis una anecps
So In the starting fields for the auto
classics there'll bo teams of Sun
beams, Peugcotst Ballots and Flat.
This will bo the largest foreign entiV
since tho early days of tho hlstorlo
Vanderbllt Cup races on Long Island,
when European macnincs grcniiy ex
cecded the number of domestic typos.
While Europe Is sending ever a
formidable array of npeod specials,
the homu manufacturers have bem
strictly on tho Job, and what secrets
wero gained on tho other sido
during tho war nro pretty well known
over lions and Amcrlcau drivers nro
not likely to bo very much hand!
capped when It's time to open the
Fuller Wins Mnrnthon In I'nrls.
PAJIIS, May 7. The track meet held
by tho American soldiers In the service
of. the supply department at I Mans
closed with the Intermediate section
winning the championship. Tho eight
mile Marathon was won by Fred Palter'
of the Uoston A. A, his tune being um.
53s. I. C. Thompson threw llio Javelin
1C4 feet X Inches. I'lace winners In this
moat will compete In tho same to bo
held by tho American expeditionary
forces to select entries for the Inter
allied camei, to be held noon.
World's Championship Match
On Friday Night (May 9) at Madison Square Garden
Marin Plestina versus Jack Taylor.
On Fniluy ijghl, .May Dili, a tirejt
lliig uiatcli is .'being held to select the
champion wrestler of tlio world. For
more than llrec years Plestina ha,
tried, without. avail, to secure a match
with one of the "truit's" so-called
champion!. N'carly a month lias elasped
since a challenge was issued to any
wrestler in the world, Zbystko preferred,
to wrestle for the world's champion
ship, $3,000 being deposited as a side
bet if desired.
No reply was received from Zbyszko.
Lewis. Steelier In answer to telegrams
Informing them of this challenge and of
the offer to bet $23,000 that Plestina
'Taylor, the Canadian.champlon. who
also received a copy of the challenge by
wire, was the only WTestler who dared to
meet Plestina in a championship bout.
When a man spends three years trying
to force champions (?) Into a match, ts
did Plestina, he is entitled to considera-
Any one can be a champion if he can
select his opponents, as Zbyszko has
done. ... ,
As bo other wrestler dared to race
Plestina, Taylor's acceptance of the
challenge was recognised, with the un
derstanding that if Zbysiko should
finally get op enough courage to wrestle
Flrstina, lie (Taylor) would step aside in
Zbysxko'a favor. Or. better .still, he
would agree to throw Zbysako and thus
ptove his right to compete with Plestina
for tbe championship.
Wrestling is the most valuablo of ail
It builds vitality supreme. It sur
charges yon with energy. It animates
you with the bubbling forces of pulsa
The most virile men In the world are
wrestlers. They remain young and
supple when other men are old. They
retain their championship form some
times even a generation beyond the
athletes of the boxing world.
There Is ho system of physical cul
ture, regardless of its nature, that I
equsl to wrestling in the building of the
vitality essential to develop the hardy,
People of New York have been bam
tttvnrlr.l hv fake wrestling matches al
most for generations. The time has
come when this vitality-building sport
should be elevated to the skies.
Zbyszkn is reputed to. be the champion,
but to all real wrestlers he is a joke.
Talk to any wrestler who knows tho
game, and he will tell you that there are
numerous wrestlers in Awwic' who) can
throw Zbysiko. They will tell you, for
example," that Zbysiko could never beat
Lewis fn a square match, going so far as
to say that Lewis could throw him twice
In an hour it he so desired. They will
tell you, that Steelier Is the best man in
the ''trust" game, that he can beat any
of the "trust" wrestlers with compara
tive ease; that Caddock is a good man
for his weight, bnt that either Lewis or
pt,W ran beat him. and that tbe
"trust: has allowed Zbysiko to win the
two recent matches with Lewis simply
because they want an easy ranrk for
Caddock when, be returns from the
How the Two
2l6lbs.....Weight 220 lbs.
6 ft- Height.... 6 ft I in,
18 in. Neck 19 in.
M in, . . . .Shoulders. . . . 55'2
49Viia... Chest Ex 51 in.
Ab in... ..Chest, NU.47y2irt.
I Vj in.... Fore Arm Mia
in.. -Upper Arra.l5,j in,
36 in Wsiat 34 in.
42 in. Hip. 40ViIa
262 in..... Thigh 25'2in.
19 in. Knee 17 in.
l7Viin Calf l6'jia
10 in Ankle. V2 in.
Rube" Marquard Is Proving
' Winner This Season for Dodgers
Defeats Phillies, Although Op
posed by Oeschger Who Re
cently Met Him in 20-Inning
Grimes Leads Brooklyns
To an Uphill Victory
C Fistic News Jplin Pollock and Gossip)
Taylor, the Canadian champion, re
fused to obey tbe orders of the "trust"
magnates, and he, too, was barred from
Now, a programme has been prepared
for Friday night that should be produc
tive of some of the greatest contests that
have ever been presented in New York
City. Leaving aaMe the match between
Plestina and Taylor, which should be
one of the greatest contests ever staged,
we baVe Jean WesterRaurd, who claims
that he is entitled to the world's middle
weight championship, and we propose
to give him an opportunity to win this
championship on that night. Then there
is lternhoff Hansen, who claims that he
is entitled to the world' I'ght heavy
Then we have Tom Draack, who says
that he believes that he Is entitled to the
heavyweight championship of New York
State. All these men will be given a
chance to win these championships' on
Friday night. ay one who desires to
dispute their claim to championship
honors should at once write to Dr.
Thomas I). Allen, care PHYSICAL
CULTURE GYMNASIUM, 110 West
40th Street. New York City, who has
charge of these preliminaries
Although the programme is billed to
begin at 8.30, should tbe entries in these
Ereliminary contests be unusual we will
ave to begin at 7 o'clock.
Then we have "Farmer" Rurns, who
is to come from his Nebraska wrestling
school for the purpose o acting as the
referee of this great contest.
"Farmer" Uurns U a marvellous ex
ample of the possibilities of specializa
tion. 'He might bo termed the king of
the wrestling world. He taught Gotch,
the ex-champion, how to wrestle. Ples
tina Is also his pupil. In fact, Taylor at
one time was in his charge for a few
months. And, mind you, when
"Farmt?" Burns steps into the ring to
referee a match the "hippodrome" busi
ness will have to quickly disappear. He
will not referee anything but square up-and-up
matches. Every wrestler knows
that when "Farmer" Uurns has anything
to do with a wrestling match it is abso
lutely on the level. And. although
"Parmer" Burns is fifty-eight yesrs of
age, he is still a wrestler of truly mar
vellous ability. As a means pf self-defense
he claims that wrestling bas no
equal. He has been able to prove the
trnth of this assertion on many occa
sions. When Tapke, one of the world's
greatest champion middleweight fight
ers, was in his glory, it took "Farmer"
Burns exactly eighteen seconds to make
him as helpless as a baby.
In fact, on Friday evening the Tar
tner" has agreed to demonstrate the ease
with which a wrestler can put a fighter
oat of business. The fighter has not yet
been selected who is to defend his spe
cialty, but an invitation Is herewith ex
tended to the best man in New York to
prove that "Farmer" Burns Is wrong
in his estimate of the sparring game.
We want the best fighter we can get
to ro un a pains t the "Farmer."
Advance sale of tickets at the
If Jess Wlllnr'd, tho heavyweight '
champion, and Jack Dcmpsey, who
fight for tho world's heavyweight tltlo
at Toledo, O., on the afternoon of
July 4, should fight tho limit of twelve.
rounds which they lire Blatcd to en-
gajro in, wiliara win uraw aown
S3.541.67 for each minute of fighting,
whlto Derapsoy will fret 763.90. This
money flgumi up tho '100,000 which
Willard Is guaranteed and tho $27,600
which Dcmpsey Is to get. The poor of
Toledo and tlio disabled soldiers hj
siding there will also be well taken
enro of, as -7 por-cont. of t"c Br0HS r?"
celptH Is to bo eofc Sldo by tho city of
tlclaU to provide for tliom.
irln follower of boilns h ihown thun.
Klrm to b sood slw up la lh Oomomrot. lor
ii,. tailni ihow itunl bl the OIjiwU A. A.
'of I'lilliJflpliU on llomlir nlsht. t "lileh
Johnny TMmn nj Btcto IitM flsuirt In lh
ttir boat, the spectators op o iiuamij w
the Ubfrtr t-o "'' subscriptions mountit
to 125,150. The sports In "I'hilly" lit" doiutfd
miny tlmrs to tbe OofMruncnt umi rtlltxl upon,
A mskh wo srrnniM lo-dsy betwffn Joe
WeBlns, tbe c Chlmcn fishier. n4 Johnny
lUy. the wdterwelsM of lMtteburgli. Tby
will come tosetber In a ten-round no-decUion bout,
before the Kejtone A. C. t the DuQurene Oix.
dtn ta ntteburgb on My Id. Welling U to re.
nin a. ruiwtn of I7JO. with sa ovtioa of 27 W
per cent, cf tbe recelpUj
n.te ilickrr tnsnwtr of the aiwrtnnon'i Club
ri Vmuk. u trrluudly tbinUnj of tryin to liook
up mutch b.-en Joe Lynch, the loitl boicr.
nd Johnny Kltbsne, tbe fethfrrlbt champion.
to be foujht it tho nut Hiow or Die ciuo on uy
M. Mir icy i not likely to bl surctsful In
clinching the bout. Eddie Mi el, tuniger of
Lynch. ) Ihit Joo'e m bouv m ror
rounds in Philadelphia.
turning Itcddy. the irecdy New Tor fetlhef-
wtlrM, dm been limed up for two tnitcbea By nie
mmiKi, Kddle alead. He will bos Jack Tracer at
the Summit A. 0. on May 19, and Kid Henry of
Newark at tbe Voreateri' Club on Uay It,
Champion Iletiny Ionard wu tigned np for
another inalob to-day by hla nuiacr, may
Oltrtin. Ilia ocnent will be Jimmy Duffy. Uie
weltcrwrlgbt of Liport N. V. Tlier will haee
it out In a tra-round bout at tbe QrnTtiebrcTy
A, C. of Ilutfalo on May 23. Ilrfort Uklnjj on
Dully, Lnnanl wul Wit aeons Erne of llu.fal
at the Armory at Trenton cn May 10.
Iran? OfTto hu gone hack to PltUibanh. where
be wUI take on Willie Uertun, the puitar Iiutt
welit of San FYirxWn. In a tn-rouml Irrut at
the Duqnrma OanVm la that city tn-encrrow
nleht. HUly Ulteon. nauuef of llnw. n-
liectj to clinch the cub4i lielain Jlrnny Iomnl
aM Jack lVrry. the nttabiinft Ilgbtwrieht. for
Irn minds in llttAurtb. wblle bo la tlwee wttb
atickey MoNealla of IrilladMila. wtio Is
Wins tho offldaii of tie I'rerlma A. O. of
IlalUmore In amndci lnoortant bouta for the
chab'a futon eCm, baa got tbe raneent of JIUly
Olbenn to allow IImhit Lfonard to fbtbt Joe
Wolch. Um Ililladaliiuta laditeeUht, for ten
rounds at Uw next aluw nf tiut olnb on May St.
No dedaloo will be rendered in the bout.
efatcfroaknr Olmtoa Uie Trenton A. C. of
Trenton. N. J has dudde.1 to atam open air
boxins rfxmia at tho buutall park in that city
diwbx tbe aumrner muotlu. The place eelnre the
club no Via tU iim at irraeut la tuo ermll and
w a conamiumre Cluiton ruurm Uut by patting
open air elaxre be can atace real tnau be-
Artet errata! for days, Ibli Lewie declares tail
the boot between Ralph llrady of Brraeuae and
Champion Johnny Kllbane of aeTcland ta finally
on for Tommy McOtnty'a rlob of aeeeland May
la. Vtukla Brown wu obliged to canoel tbe bout.
Vraniie Duma of Jeaary City, wbo baa 1h
laU ud (or two wnka w.tli a atralnod nsamant In
hla foot, will be ready to fight again In about
ten daya. lua tint boot will be with freaki
Drown of tUs dty, for twetre ruunda, at tbe line
Tree A. C. of 1-ortlant, Me., on May 18 end hla
roood with Dotrii Drandt of IlrooUya, tor eigat
rour, at tb Dayoine A. A. of Itayoona, tt. J
on May S3,
riermia Taylor of I'blladekaMa baa mad r
boitnar catne at AllanUo City ao aoocmral. ava a
nmi't of the goal bou'a be lua atagnl at tbe
Alhnt.e Cltf Sporting Club. Uiat a alodlcate of
aportinir men thure hare dccidM to atace oven
air tHiiIng ehom duritig the amnmer montbi and
hate Tajlv aa U.Hr rrulchmaJirr. Taylor la cne
of the moel capable matriimakm In the boxing
Joe Denjamln, who woo Uio lightweight tham.
plonthlp title of tbe l'aclflc Coaat riently by
knocking out a good lightweight there, added
freah litjrtla to lila credit on Friday nlgbt by
etoppli.g uplder ltoach, the crack California fight,
ef. In Iho rnumla at Uie big Collaeum in Man
fran.la t). lluach managed, to stay tbe llrnlt ot
a four-round bout lu 1'rU.o wltb Champion Denny
"Wild Iliirt" Kenny, the Harlem hearywelbt,
and Jim lloalr the rqlorfl lirarywrlght of At
lantic City, will clah In the atar lout of elgbt
munde al tho alio of U AUantlr City Hortlog
Cli to-rniirrow night, lu the ottier two
etait-roundera Willie Picr mewea Joe Iory,
and Jack linen of N OrVt hooka no wtUi
Johuny aleulcT ot fhlladehiia.
JJy Richard Frcyer.
(Irlmco and Oeschger resumod
their twcnty-lnnlng tlo contest be
tween tho Urooklyn and I'hlladolphia
ball teams, played In tho latter city
on tho Dodgers' last trip there, yes
terday afternoon at Ebbets Field.
After tho first hnlf of tho first Inning
had been completed It looked as if
tho visiting twlrlcr would bo declared
tho wlnnor, but Mr. Grimes, aided and
abetted by his teammates, came back
strong and won tho. content by tho
scoro ot 11 to 9,
The Phillies' largo scoro was duo
to no fault of tho Dodgers' pitcher,
lto twirled fair ball during tho cn
tlro game. Ono base on balls, four
hits and a llko amount of errors, :n
tho tlrst Inning, enabled six 1'hlily
players to crow homo plate. If the
Urdoklyn Infield would bavo played
errorless ball In this Inning not a
visitor would liuvo scored. Tho fans
yelled for Manager llobertson to take
Urlmcs out of tho box but Itobblo
knowing tho fault was not duo to bad
pitching kept the twlrlcr In.
Oeschger went along In grand stylo
until tho third Inning when two
walks, five hits and a sacrifice fly
gave tho Dodgers six runs. The
Ditcher was removed from tho box
after this Inning and replaced by
l'undcrgiist whoso curves and fast
ball was. taken to very readily by tho
Urooklyn playera and they slammed
tho ball all over Mr. KMiets's ball
ball yard, scoring ono or more runs
lu every Inning Jut the eighth,
Urooklyn nwido their six runs In tho
third Inning when Olrion started with
a freo ticket to first, Mairco singled
to centre and ClrlllHh followed with
a dotlblo to right scoring Olson. Znck
Wheat then slammed a sncrlfica fly
to rlirht and Maircu scored after thy
catch. Myers went out on a short
rap to second. Konetchy singled to
centre, scoring UrIIIUh, and when
Mnlono's hit to right took a bad
bound Konetchy scored and the
Dodger third baseman had reach !(l
tho sack ho guards. Miller walked to
first and Grimes scored Mnlono and
tho Urooklyn catcher with a double
Tlio Dodgers ncored ono more run
In tho fourth Inning, ono In the fifth.
Lnnother In thn Hlxtti and In thn sev
enth two homo players crossed home
Twenty-flvo hits wero made In the
conti'Ht, Urooklyn getting fifteen
and tho Quakers ten. lhe former
players made seven errors, of whlcn
-Mageo wns guilty of four and the
t'hllllre mlsplayod twice,
Owing to tho parade of the 77th
Division tho day was practically a
holiday and 16,000 fans turned out to
'sec tho contest. About 65,000 fans
have witnessed the last four crimes
played at Kbhots Klrtd.
nve minutes iierore rnmctime me
Urooklyn and t'hllly players congre
gated around homo plato and Jack
Coonths, former Dodger twlrler, but
now manager nf tho quaxcrs, was
paged. When Mr. Coombs mado his
appearance ho was presented with a
silver set and shotgun, to guard the
silver, it is presumed, by Charley
Kuhcts. The Urooklyn boss made a
neat speech, called Jack soma lovely
names, told Coombs ho used to root
for him to win games but hopes he
doesn't win any moro whan pitted
against his team, and departed. Jack
scsmed to be moro Interested In the
gun than In the silver lie know
It was a good gun but wasn't suto of
Some 2,000 gobs from Hie flccclv
Ing Bhlp at Hay llldge under com
mand of I.leut. Hlefko will attond to
day's game. They will bo accom
panied by a band of forty pieces and
will render a concort beiore ana dur
ing tho contest. Rvcry one ot the
ullnrs owns ono or moro Victory
BAD RACING LUCK
BEATS OLD ROSEBUD.
HAIaTlMOrtB, Md., May 7.
'T'llB best horse docs not al-
J ways w)n." The old say
ing of tho turfman became
a truism nt uio I'lmuco track. And
all bocausn Bwcopon bent Old t sc-
litid and Dunboyno after u g.UUnt
clmso from tho rear, lto Just nipped
Old He -n tho post by less l.tan
two Inchex. Dunboyno did not takft
part in tho contest, as ho stumbled
Just as tho barrier was roleasod.
Jockey Knuor shot over his hood and
dug u hole lu tho dirt. Fortunately
tho onlv thing hurt wiw Ensor's dig
nity. This was badly shattered as
tho other riders, after tho race,
"kidded' him unmortlfully becauso
ho "could not sit on n horse."
Tho time of tho men wuh 1.4:. This
tlmo wn.1 tho foundation for tho ex
pressed belief of thu trainers that
Dunboyno would havo won tho race
It ho had not lost Knsor at the start.
Dunboyno was sent u mllo trial after
tha finish ot tho racn nnd hn covered
tho coiirou In 1.10 3-5, tho first halt
In 48 3-5. That was a second nnd
two-fifths faster than Sweepon had
mado In thn race. Measured In dis
tance It meant about threo lengths
ot u horse. Bo It Dunboyno had
raced, horsemen figured, hn would
havo beaten Sweepon about that dls
I., - ,
Last night the Doters jVdraKrj
League. Under the direction, cat Bin
Oaies And 1 tarry Neary, put on another
show at the a rand Central Palace, tha
ooaars going i rum wmru to waru vo lie'
for the boys that cooid not. leave tlwdr -beds,
there bclnc twelve bouts, forty
eight rounds In all, Johnny Murray,
New fork's hard hitting' bantam, boxeet
two men, Paul IMchmond lour round,
ami rainy Flnnlgan four rounds. B1UI
Oreen boxed three roerv Fred Dyer four
rounds. Tommy Nelson four rounds anti
cyclone Williams four rounds. Fred
Dyer boxed two men, his first opponent,
being fighting Jim Montgomery for tour
rounds and 811ns Oreen for four rounds.
Then came Tommy Shea and Tim llealy
who slugged each other for four fast
rounds. Danny Towers and DlUy Vaa
fought four hard rounds with Honors
eren. Harry Nelson and Sailor Fobs?
went at It for four rounds. Pete Loon
ard and llabo Sullivan boxed four '
rounds. The show closed with Johnny
Clinton and Bobby Oardner going four,
fast rounds. The referee was Tom'
VALUE OF AMERICAN CARS. .
American automobiles gained a strong
foothold In Denmark and Australlav
when the European nations wtr soj
busily battling each other that their
output nf car virtually ceased.
Axel Krmler and I., llecli ot Denmark
and II. II. Crosby of Adelaide, recent,
visitors at Dodue Ilrothers Works. De-v
troll, bear witness to this. When tbe
Kuropenn nations ceased making cars
thn Danes and Australians turned to
the I'nltrd Btate-s for automobiles. Thsy
found theni cheap and durablo and light
of frame. i
Mr. Hrmlcr said that before tha war
tho Wrxcr part ot the automobiles 1st
Denmark were of European manufao-l
ture, mostly from Ocrmany, but that
hrrrnftrr the German automobiles wtil
be In disfavor.
Slay 00 Minn tea With n1ri
AIrOOXA. Pa., May 7.-Dr, JJ. F.'
rtoller liut night failed to set a fall oat
Of Oardlnl, the Italian wrestler, who
stayed with tho American for ninety
i.You eat treff
a.Yltt steep WBU
xYott feel well
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fjecond Jtaco Whitney entry,
Tattle, C. 8. Urn win.
Third Hare Jlushoose, Corps A
PuUrth I'nra .. ,hm,, cnt7,
Itoss entry, Virginia I
Wtth I lace J. K. U Uoss entry,
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Sixth ltaee Corn Taasol, Motor
Seventh Itace Zuave, Tbe Deci
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