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ir-i Kp -.-V i - 'fvpr5f5r,i' '" i' i-jf(i i r M i-4Kr?X,-nK- '"ifSSpJT' 1 12 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1910 THE NEAREST CARPENTIER WANTS TO GET TO DEMPSEY OR W1LLARD IS THE HEADLINES 'IJ k. i Wa vy yard league starts pla y frida y NO CHANCE TO LURE GEORGES CARPENTIER AWAY FROM FRANCE French Idol, Overrated, Doesn't Like to Meet Top- notehers and Is Satisfied to Oppose Outsiders at Home, Says Joe Borrell ll HOISKRT W. M XWn.l. Sioru I'alltor ilvrntnc ruhUc Ledger "lEOIUiKS r.MM'EN'TIi:!: Is Just as close to u match with .less Wlllitrd V now as lie ever will bo. The Trench champion will remain In Ills be loved country and do ome boxing there, but a trip ncros Iho omiti Is out of the question. George Is taking no chnneea on foreign soil. This Information was handed us by Joe Hoiroll, chief machinist's mate, T'nlted States nay, who recently returned from 1'iance. doe boxed sumo of the heavy weights over there and aboibcd lots of chatler regarding the. Parisian pugilist. "I didn't see C'arpentlcr on litis trip." said Joe, "but from what I heard from those who did see him, Georges Is about through us u cham pionship contender, ITc has been through the war and the Ions la.voff fiffected his skill. The I'renrli people don't believe It, however, timl Imagine he still Is good enough to be.it any man In the world. "Georges Is the Idol of 1 Vance. lie attracts mote attention than the President, nnd when be enters a theatre or cafo evcrv one. arises to p.iv their respects. He certainly is a big man over there and does not have tn tfavel to another country to gain fies.li laurels. Ho will stick around Pftrls, meet as ninnj mft ones as possible and make more money than Wlllard Cirpentler alwos packs the house, for ho Is the greatest draw Big card In Europe. "The funny part of it all," continued Joe, "Is that Georges never has (flSaten a good man. Ills victories over Hombatdior Wells mean nothing, fcr the Englishman was trimmed In America on several oiv.isjons. Hut tn never has won from n high-class American boxer, being knocked out bv Bobby Hcanlan, the negro: Hilly 1'apkc nnd I'r.inl; Klaus, lie would bo a Joke against Wlllard or Dcinpsov. OM, MAN! ur.n ho RPnxrilll' knons f if 9. and for that iraion trill rrmnlii al me. I doubt if he would light a nowl man even If the mni h was held In 7'iirM. Their nrr too man; secmid-raters lo be disposed of, and those victories u III .xnMsf' thr public. iSoJlliance to Lure Car pent far From France MTITANY attempts have been made to get th6 IVriichluati nvvay fiom his 'J-old haunts, but nono was successful I icmeiuhcr om o he was offered $50,000 and till expenses to go tn Australia, but he turned it down The piomoter offered to ship I'arpcntl'T's three autoniobdoH, his vvifn and servants, but then- was nothing doing. In fad, It Is hard to gel the bU ijoxcr to cross the English Channel He wants to stay at home." George Engel, matchmaker of the olympl.i and limner manager of p'Vank Klaus, s.ns t'arpentler Is n great drawing card, but also has his jloubts about Ins leaving Kr.uicc to box in this country Engcl Is one of the few mill who h.ivo seen Georges in action, for ho seconded Klaus the alight the Frenchman was knocked out In the, nineteenth round. ', "Carpentlcr looks moio llko an actor than a lighter," said Kngel "H Jtlways is dressed In the most fashionablo clothes nnd is very careful about ils appearance. He also has something to say about the appearance of ils opponents, and that almost started a prematuro tcr.ip between him ind Klaus. "About the das befole every light Klaus used to let Ills vxhiskois Jrow, and when the big night camo around Ii had a beautiful crop of Jjrlbtles. These bristles were xery effectim in clinches. Well, on the d.i.v we weighed in Carpentlcr appeared, all dressed up, his face massaged nnd looking like u fresh college kid. lie even woro spats, and a stranger liever would baxc believed ho was n tighter. Klaus, on tho other hand, Jivore old clothes that hadn't been pressed for a month, u sweater, his jialr disheveled and that crop of whiskers. Instead of looking liko a man bout to engage In an important bo.xing match, ho had every appearance of a gu about to crack a safe. ) "Carpentler and his manager Pes Champs, were Indignant and sput tered In 1'iencli that Klaus should be shaved and manicun-d. We didn't now what they were talking about and let them rnve. I'imilly I told them to set out and ued some English languago which was understood by nil. iThat almost caused a riot and both Carpentler and his manager swept out jjf the room, declaring tho match was oft unless a barber worked' on Klaus for about an hour, (( J I'lXALt.Y fixed tilings up nnd 1'ranl: was allowed to wear 7iii " whltlers in thr ring that night. Carpentler did sntne clever boxing, but nas no match for Klaus and took the count tn the nine teenth round alter ucttinu a terrible laclna. Car prn tier never would meet Klaui after that." Coomb Well Pleated With Charlotte Camp JACK COOtfB.S Is pctfeitU sailslled with the Volection of Charlotte. X, C, as a training ramp for tho Phillies this year. Tho new manager tnado a thorough searih for a sultnb',. spot, und savs tho North Carolina me tropolis (Ills the bill There Is n good ball Held, with a dressing room and shower baths, and the weather Is be.votid reproach. "I looked up weather reports for tho last ten years." said Coombs, "and found there was little luinfall in March und April. Tho temperature Is near summer heat In tho middle of tho day, and that in when wo will tialn. The plaers will bo In good shapo when thoy como North. "The Phils will be ,in interesting ball club this season, Judging from the present outlook. I am pit making predictions about winning 'ho pen nant nor will I say we will have a wonderful team, but, tnlto it from me we will play interesting baseball nnd gio a. pood account of ourselves; "I am trxing to strengthen the rlub as much as possible, and if I put through n couple of dcu's I am working on tho fans will be surprised. 1 know I haxe a hard Job In front of me, but I will work all the harder. 1 like every man on th'j club personally and we will eet olontj we'l to gether. We will get better .acquainted In Charlotte." Coombs will introduce somo new Ideas at the. training ump Here tofore tho men have practiced txvKe a da. reporting at the ball park at 10.30 a in. and working until noon and workinc again from 1.30 until 3 That program was necctary down in ft. Petersburg because of the heat, hut in Charlotte on'v one workout will bo held each dav. Jack, xvlll have Ins men in uniform ut 13:30 and tho piactice will last about three bnurs. After the tlr-t veek, when tlie men hae worked nut tii winter Ulnks, the pitihers and call hers will do somo work In tli6 mornings When tho Phils get back home Coombs intends to change dugouts. In the past the homo team roosted back of first bae, but the new bow believes the spot behind third baeo U better. (''OOJHS triH not do any pitrhlnij thll near, tie wj he in through ' ns an actna ball plaiwr and u ill driotc all of lit time to niitn (Wluii. lie in euounh pltrlirm anmcay, with Qev hitrr. Jarohi, lineup. "irion. llo'io, I'rrnderantt and i'arka'd I'.ppa Hirey also map rrfuin. U alter Laurence Fillers If hit Boost for llairtl THE trado which brought Douglas Hmrd. the Card third baseman, to the Phils has been wide'y discussed, and a few bellovo th homo folks ot the worst of the deal. Ono stounch auppnrtcr of ths new third baseman has appeared, however, in Waiter I.awreneo, the actor, who is now o journlng at tl e Shubert Eawrenco Is a rabid buscball fan and nver fiilsses a game in the summer. "I have watched Halrd for tho last thrco ar," said Walter, "and liked his pl.oing from the first Ho looked good when ho wan with Pitts, burgh, played wonderful nascbiill with St. Eouis, and I look for an xrp. llonal season with the PhiN. Jack Coombs did not get tho worst of that Jrade, because Hand will deliver from tho xery flist du.v Just keep ho eo m th'it boy and ei If I am not light ' Frank Palier Hasn't Signed Willi Upland iTlRANK BAKEll, tho swatter of homo runs and other extra base limits denies that be has ngucd u contrait to pluy with tho I'plund team of tha pelawaie County League. Kuitliermore, he wishea it to bo known that ho in not using tho I'pland team ns n medium to itet more of the national urrency fiom tho Now York Yankee. This information was contained in letter receive i by a frlond In Now York. Ho makes no threat of re tirement or nnv .ileal demands. Jlo mention the unit fealuro of bao hull Willi h he alums has disliked that of tiarelinu Contrail" for the Van. kecs weic pitied .n the muil toda.v. EVERYTHING iiiiisulcrrd. Ibis looks like a sieul yeat for tin- loial tennis Vhijers Tlie annual meeting of thr Philadelphia and lilstrh I Uiwn '1'elinU Associatiiin will be held touioirow ut tho Hotel Walton, oillcois will bo olected and it Is vtrluallv asMirnl that all the nr-iiiir s.im tiniied lolirliaincnts will oc restoiod PIucih wit. I e grutillcd t. heir tluii im Mchujlklll Valley tho iX'lawine jiimi aid mi Mmii'i Jer-ej . hamplonships will be singed this season. tec "OH MERCV i SAW IT- V-rJoooDyi V-r JJ-ZTrnT-- SAvu Tvajo ctS I "W Tovukj 5 at rHe moosh J wAwip 2ro5j) v 84 YoZuTy vs? ft?0"' JrTrTT?MB- J , fcr & TH. CLUB Go AMD 56P ( rSsM ( OFF Tb Tne ) CW Yoo A Good S V f ' Pot It Claims Title for Train ing Camp Quintet Before Season Begins Ycabslcy Assistant to Dichson SIX WEEK S C II E I) V L E The nt navy Allen Wootlring, Former Mcrccr.sbtirg Sprinter, Enters Bethlehem Prep Mini Mnmlrlnii. formfr Mfrirrlire tnrlnler, who al tiirrpil on the rlntlr mill fur Vlf.iilnMlirmik. lias 'ntfrrrt llelhlelieni ITepiirntiir, srhnol, njdrlm trlfil lii enter l'eniisliniilii iinil fillle. Then lie trleil Lnfutelte iiml fiilleil. " tins, I. cell turned down In te entranfe liounl" lieenii-e he h.nl mil hud eitoiuii nlitne Kemnetr., lie rnlereil llrtlileliem Tree with II view In tnrriMt this de flrlrlirv, , , iMlrhi l one of the iet nrln(er III this snllnll i.f the rnulitn- nntl tiniliiiiliteillt Hie hel n-hoolho fnrlniiB nnd hmnlreil mini In the roiintr', lie vtns Idihril l.r I'rril V. Itllhlen for the Ml-Vinirliiin mholii'tle tenm In the 30. vnrtl thMti. 11) r.DWIX J. POLLOCK icvv basketball league at tne surd bus been organized nt last and the Ihst K.iinc of the season will be staged at the Iteereiillon Center Krl rlay nlglit. lly niekson, the athletic ill rector of I.e.iguo Island, has .been work- .. ... .,. i-.iin rH , rttnn lime. but ran Into n lack of enthusiasm on the MCCT HF.RF. mMORRflW t n.irt of the entitled men. I It was Dickson's Idea to get the league ,i(If,,c A,m;(, CollcgiillC AmO- going hnnietllately after the foolhnll sea- fwr.li... ,snn, but the wholesale illschiirge of the naliotl to LotlVt'llo ill Witllotl enlistf it men created an adverse ntlltudo HnstiliiKlnn, 1'n., Jan !'! Iir 1ouls toward sports. Thltt lias betifovorronie. ( j. Klrclmer, Washington nnd Jefferron 'however, atul once more the rallors and j,ijrni tiireclnr, left tinlght for Pliila- inarliit'S hi" anx-lous to see athletics in (p'pi,ili liere on Thursday afternoon at full swing. ' ' iho Hotel Walton be will attend n meet- Aoj.pi.nOerndonatril by.Spal.lliigs, executive committee of the and the w liner this vcar will be given ',p , ' . ..,, ,.,t,,-, . ' pe.manent possession of tho trophy. Middle A lanlo States ( olloglato Asso- The league is composed of sW teams clntlon. The other members of the execu- tbo siitmlv ileiHtilmeiit. naval training tlvo lonnulttcn arc .1. A. Davis, of camp, hospital, marines, rrcreat Ion cen ter and Idaho. Two games will lie played xveekly, and the schedule will run through to the middle of March. JOHNNY TILLMAN West Phila. Hasn 't Lost RETURNS TO CITY a Meet to Local Schools tv-tcrn Hoy Accompanies Spcedboys Have Clean Rec ord in Dual Contests Since 1913 Have Won Several Intcrsclwlastics .Manager Talor Eal After .Malouc Maltle MAY MI-KT WHITK SOON Jnltntiv Tillman Is in the East .ir.iIii The slucgmg western VMlteiweialu ar rived jesterilay. battle si nrreil and I banilageil Johniiv la going to make a prolonged stny, und plans to make this J city his home, lie still is under the management of Herman Tax lor, and ravs be is out to take on nil tin lag , game. ! Ttils Is .lohnnj s first xlsit here simo he departed last May fur his twentv- ! round bout with Ted (Kid) Lewis In Denver. Johnny returned to his homo In Min tieapolis. He enlisted In the army last summer and whs In the service until last Deo mber. when he reieived his honor able discharge. Tillman's lust buttle was against .loik Malone hi MlnntapoliK Friday night. Just to proxe that Tillman Is far tmni an outsider, before a home gathirmg ho unheeded to "pluy' to n. $7o' house Tl-ls sum would be welcome to hiiv pro moter, even in the, laige i Mies .tiihiiiiv will he unable to liattle for f. r ueeks. .is he . arrl. a couple uniinclK Hint need attention He ald Malone butted him fuels and his lefr ive and the l"P of Ins bead wer badly .ut Tillman c spirts t.' start tialnlng Monduy ul Jai k O'Urlen's giunasium. i 'hurley White now is out of the serv ice and may b selected to meet Till man In this citv Uoth of the fights hetween Tilhuaii and White wire hur ricane, affairs , Manager Talnr. who accompanied 1 llliuan I'ist, s-opped rou'e and virtually wlih White. CREDIT DUE ANTHONY W year's tram eno of the ever lias tepresentrd that II this est that Orangn and lilack institution In the tank tlieri- seems but little d.ingir that I tie woiiileiful svvlininlng record of the West Philadelphia High SYhool will be liinken. Since the organization of the high school ncioss the river. In IMS, the s'peedboys have jet to meet defeat from nnn tif Him lrtf1 ltif-l, srl,(tnTs Mil, It of Following that engagement ,,.-.,, , , , , , . . . , ihe credit for this wonderful shovvlug Is duo to Irwin Anthony, tho former Cnlxerslty of Pennsylvania speed king, who has had chargo of tho Wert Phllty nut men. Hold Two Hci in tl; Coin h Anthony developed a team that won the i'tiivcr.".ty of Pennsylvania i Spcedboys A r ranging a Difficult Schedule for Swimming Team 'I lie .Spcctlboii' tnnnnnemrnt fi riiifearoriiif fi) arranrn dunl mretn with the inrslty (nuns of Princeton and Suarthmme ami ii tmni from thr Philadelphia di ; I'oriJ 7ic following tlatri hnvi tr u approved: IVhriisry ,t -I'entnil llfich. IVliniiiry 1.1 rlelllls, IVntrnl. rehriinrv In tJernitintnw i HIkIi. Mnrc-li I (ilrnrd ollece. Mnrill K laiwrriuevllle. RAUSCHER GETS DISCHARGE Former Klliott-Lcvvis Outer Kc leusctl Front May Joe Itauscher, tl o former center on the Elliott Lewis basketball team of the Itiuustrlal League, has Just received his dlscliaigc from the service. Itauschcr illstetl In the navy over a ear ago II" Is In line shapo and anxious to get n;ick into tuu game, tie is t an offer from a member of th i I.cckuc. Harvard Repins rorm.il Crew- Work CHiulirlilKe, Miisn., Jan. ifi With William HIiics oltklally appointed coach the Harvard crew will begin formal In door training at unco It was learned todav. Practice will begin on the Charles Itiver in Apt II. j Lieut. Joe Yales at Monte Carlo i l.icnti nant -toe Yatrs. former St .TmHih'H ' ana P, nn ho-kr-tkill nnd tinsel, ill Mar, I writes from I'l.mie that lie In miTloustv jiiwiiltlnu his rt turn to theVnlti"l Males I "Am penaitm ii have down h"ru in Mei and .limte Curio. VV li.Ml I lift hack to rn V IriKlmrnt I Kitn it will he nt I'oblrni' Janu j arv hire Is Ilk" .June In Phil olrtidila, nnd oh' hoiv 1 did ncd'Oiia sunshine." j Pal Mornn Heats Young Krno ew Orleans, .Ian " l,il Morfin. of New Orleans, wan clven a dulslon over min Krii". ef itiiifaio. in a flft. n rnun 1 in ii Ii tare Mend ty night. Jim Hrnipnii Mustercil Out New ork. .Tan 2'l t'nele Snni lla hon nraMv iIlsitiarKed .tain''S lleiUK.iti, of llos lon, from tho sei-slce Slovens; Dm tor Leathers, of Hrttj-s-burg, and E L. Smlll , of Delaware. The principal questions to lie decided nt Hie meeting ale the date for the an nual track meeting of the association and place for holding It Svvartlimoro and Stevens have both asked for the meet, which will likely be held Satur day, Mav I", although "'Is will dot be known until afttr Hi" meeting. STATE CAPTAIN RETURNS Wil-on, Cage Loatlcr, Receives Discliar-ze From Navy Mute Cnllejjc. I'll., Jail -V - Lloj d I. Wilson, of Heaver Palls, Pa, captain of Petitt Slate's leisketball. five, returned to tnllegp xestetdaj fiom the i treat I.il.es Naval Training Station, where ho has been in set vice since last spring. Al though he Is In splendid condition and ready t take his former position at guard on tho cago team, Captain WII Knn did not accompany tho Blue and of his sailors to land tho trophy, tie- , xvinte jilavers when thev cieparteu in"' spite the fact that two of his best play- pjpht for the games with Pennsylvania ers, Taxlor and Smith, were discharged Lehigh and I-ifajette. Doubtless he will from tlio service Monday. displace MacMlllan as a guard when the team returns from tho trip Loe Two Regulars I My boys arn going right In there to , p f T . . for nca Club Now Xork, .Inn. W Another s-olf chatn tdonshlp was nd led to the Metropolitan rat eiidur with the ntinu d meetlnit of the Nw Jersev Oolf Assnrlillc.il held .eslerdav Tho ditcs si-liit.d were JuU 17. 1" nnd 1. and the id iv will tike rime over the course of the llr-.il liolf C'luh. nt Ileal, N". J Ycalniey Proinoletl llert Ytabsley, tlie League Island fool ball star, and the Itev A. 11. Hnughey, assistant head of Ihe recreation center, have Riven lly Dickson valuable hid In the organization tif the circuit. Yeabstey recently has been made assistant athletic director of the jird. icabsley ranks with the best of local athletes, "tie proved his ability on the I gridllon when he Mil prised the football folk bv his wonderful playing for Dick son ills baseball worth Is well known, and he has bet n up in the big leagues. ' He knows basketball and call box The nnxy olliclals could not halo picked a better assistant for Dickson. The championship of the jatd is de cided so fnr us Prank Potli is con cerned, Tho naval training camp sup porter has utmost r.utn in mo aouuy lonslderfnii "'" ''hc Pal1lnB '"''. !,n'1 ' ,;nmv ,ll0J' e Hhipyaid can do It," said Poth. "I've got the best team in the league and tlinse other clubs will know It before long. "We're crippled right now because Tajlor and Smith, two rrgulats, have been mustered out of the service, hut we have some other good linn and the will fall into Hie teamwork within a short time. We'll have a good team with Crandall, Parker, Mulhcnrn, Simons and Oliver "With the new- men we were not work ing so well on Monday night and lost to Mount Carmel, ".. to IS; but I believe Hie pricing will be much better when we battle Naval Aheratt, the team mat's coached bv Artie Klcfahci, at the Y M c A.. Krlday night. Tlie seiond te un .i eolnir strong and It handed a sci title lacing to the Mount Cainiel serves, 3!) to 1. Lou Kugarinau Is coach ing the teams now and lie Is 'hound to turn out a couplo of good ipilnlets ' Joint Fountainc Loce rlnehiirst. N. I'.. Jim -' K H Simp son, of tliltltnore won the lilfl-tHrpet handl- it. .x.strnl-iy by l.reaklnir twenty-flve sttaiicht on the shont-off of n triple tie Tho three who tied were K It Simpson. fn. plus lo-tnn .lohn It Knntnlne of Philadelphia, os-lll 1(10. and 1! It Llhott ef Dnnavllle, N V . lU-ls Inn Columliia Starts VTrestlinpf Satunlay Ne Xork. .Ian '-'! Wrestllns1 at I'olum saturaiy wnen tmr-n wl I enirac" nn In n dual meet In llio Moi nlntrldp llrl.-hls cimniliim Asid from a mat, Ii with Vale late in I eb mar this is the onlv meet arransd for tin Illue and XVhlte ns jet ion- I Ida will Bit under way on I, ! ' the ltlue nnd White matn' J'' " tho ttroun t nlverstty li'iim Intersi liolastics in lfttl rind laic und the Swnrthiuoro inlcrscholastlcs tn l'."17 j nnd PM. Tim relay team of 1016 ' Diaslnr, Klstlor. Hrcene ami Allen set -i H ,1 IK vv IIIIIOCII.JIIISIM- itiuiii hit llll' . 't'lllti liliol. The ri lnv team of Moist. Cow ill, Ureene and I'.echtel liold the H cord for tho SAO foot relaj at Swarlh more , This season the team has continued Its tlno work Starting the oar without the services of CcAich Anthony, wbo at that lime was in the Fervlce, the team under Captain Vic Hoist easily defeated ' entrat High, filrard College and St Luke's in t lucago tti clinched u match Scraps About Scrappers QMILlMi O bidder I .IIMXin: FUXKIt is a. tltle- 1' has taken the i lieerftll memt er of tin ring fraternity many sea Knns tn nnn. x a iiown. but at last n Ih tho self-.u claimed chatnp'on of lis dixikioti , , , In nn ottlelal i otni, nun. pie to the i or'ey Catholi. i .oh sinneii bv StmlliiB .llnimie Ktv.-i, th.- I tiifilii of the miik Ri-ntly ln fotms 'ho i!ub number ihat be Is m ooocl health I- doing settle boxing, that be won a olil watch in a leient tourna ment, the iniddleu'i mhi till.' nt bis divi Moti anil tliat be expicteil to enmpcto In tlie II P. iiiUtnHineni In Pails I Jliiiinli is now a seigeant In Company I a, j'jr.th lufiiiiiiv. Ami-rlian expedition I ar for. es Ihrritblse Is riadv for tn- Xlcllulun benefli hi. h will te held al th- Vatliwi en th nisht 'f r'efcrqary . 'lh bent taleni In th Kit m ns(t" tn reiuUr "i rout d batile Kxhlbiilona wr bHimid and tlahts ro . n the 1 Mont of the boMi who attri bute their mart to the late promoter will ce.ntr.bu! th. o- levees -l.iiU II II ten is one. flshter li d, ' ....In fni hlil tmltlee. Jail. 'rattier is li an a una r" n' n taUea ihih . i oliti lioulim Ihe Hlhlfte I...CU.- In i ii.l and Muss 'ha' 'hi" orl SUfTllient to 1 P h el HI Khan- for h' wee,, , ' bouta i"i Spnter l'!' Tti.- Kell.-i llasen ' t ill feature tli, ImixIiis chow St tha Hervhe i 'ub toniorricv nlsbt famous la t,ir hiuUimuetElit "ilnd-up will feature1 tin nroarHni arraned for the National is urday nisht. Pat Maote the laieai nns., Hnaation. will opiMisn llaltlina l..sinard In , the feature This will he Xtnon a tlrn bout hla reiurn rroin inrsH, in , mih Mar "printers In Captain Vn Itolat and Tom Cow ell. W.st Phllly is repiesented by two of Hi. host si hoolboy sprinters In the Hast. They aro veterans of two jears' prel um, and have s, ored many points. They ate iianted upon to add manj' more in tin; tcnuilnltig meets. In tho Son-tard dash the tram has Kred Ureene, linlder of the llasteru A A I" tecord at !a jnrds Urerne gave l.co liihel, the Xevv York sctvutlon. a liarei hattle at the Penn interseholasties last ear. In this rai e he finished sec ond to fiiliel Higl'lcy, a fieshman. Hracken and Wheeler have bc-n el'e.wing cood feu m and inii"h Is expei red of tbeni lleil 'iHticli, a Mleran. tak.s isre of the ilite luppard and Stevinsii, two new tneii live heen doing around slxtj- feet In fie plunge Mrdbolt, a star sprint man. lias been down with the Influenza and Is lost to tho team for this vear Amateur Cage Comment Vliindfrr It. . a i r,o-H t am of South l"is,v. through their rmnt tunes over the Mtronc Maniuionton and Kkv Harbor 'imnl'lH would hie to nrrans usinea with hiiv tlrsi rlasa nam in I'emmv Ivanta Vi w lers, or I'lnware havins hallM and riffer mil a fair iruarant'o. Udr s It t; Mera, l.'iit i'a in, avenue, iianin o- - j Hie Norwood . ('., a faat trwvejing teani w. uld like to meet any f,econd or third elttaa itnnia. tetims offerlm; a reaftonable tntaran to. Adilreas ciille-rt J McCann ItlJO lilt- lit street tn Am .... .,,. l.4 U.,1, lllll Will ,," ,".- ...- .limmr Mft al'C and Jee U'lh w do the n"rtaitin In the s.nilwltirl up This nmieh noll. be i liian Ha". ma M, L and Hughe llilletiltiaeiri also Will be ee-en Oil tie Mill" , ird Two other Boeid laiu's wi 1 i r,iilie ih progrim M Un. llroner. tlia I.aii, iti I'l'noir wi 1 appear at tha rambri on rrid. t Jiihnnv Nelson, the Ketitnten veierm talte on tha up-Stata bo Th" ate a i tit 'ielns llslitalisb'a and ahoi'i 1 tha nn -IM" actios Ihe (lover Ouintet. of the N r.own It wants came with nil tei. e fourteen iaroll tIae!lrB live Ad'lr.'l. u VV cun HIT Nurl II I, tat : Itrept Vrilrnte I I" HIM l fill - , t t hih. vv. , .1 !, .80 ,lae Ilnlilllkela th sat'or hov Via", wl'l'he en In tha 1lrl,.a drew the aaalsnmpnf .iiih f' In tha niher beu'- llm si i leers Ward Halph Kri'" ' v and I'.iniuiv Kll eliiiiBri I'll," Ine lliirniilll iil et i.-i i i frav at the numinn on h ' I t; O .foe II llnnin r 'I v nell flral battle In n mil.' -ina and the ruBid rilnti' sf , I ' make g.md aealnst Hi i i i.itti SUITS $ OVERCOATS nr.nni'j) rnnvt jso, :s ami tt PETER MORAN & CO. 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