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BILLY NOLAN IS 8
Brought Xolson nnd Wolpast to Front, and Now Has Interests of McFarland in Charge. MAKES FORTUNE IN KING Michigan "Wildcat" Credited With Earning $.'100,000 Since Entering Squared Circle?Former Pugilists in Movio Dramas. Billv Nolan, successor to the late Blllv *1>. lany, as the "maker of ring champions," is with us once more. The ono-linK1 mentor of Jim Jeffries hail the enviable reputation of developing more title holders than any man in the name; while Nolan lias piloted more pugilists in the championship harbor than any manager in captivity. Nolan's success lies in the fact that bv uncanny shrewdness li? matched two of his charges for battles that netted them world's championships, and the attendant glory and remuner ation. Nolan's llrst noteworthy ma noeuvre was to Inveigle Joe Qans in*'' a match with Battling Nelson, that enabled the Durable Dane to wrest tho lightweight championship from the colored wizard. A few vears later, when Nelson de cided to ' become his own manager, press agent, author and various other things that Nolan attended to in tlmo of Nelson's prosperity-?Nolan hnylnj, been cast aside by Nelson?i. a lad out of the obscurity of Cadillac, Michigan, and in a few months had him matched to tight Nelson for tho world s title at 133 pounds. Ad Woigast was that unknown, and tho "Michigan Wildcat" vindicated No lan's conlldence in him, when lie hum bled the marvellous Dane in tnr}> rounds of the fiercest lighting e\er witnessed in any prize arena. Now Nolan has l'ack Ale-Parlanrt It* tow. The wonderful 1'ackey has been fighting more than ten years, but In that time has never been engaged in a championship battle, although, he was considered quite superior l*ie reigning king In his class. Alwajs, -whexi fackev was on the verge of be ing matched with the champion son e unforsecn obstacle cropped up and the opportunity was lost to h'"1- . ..j Nolan's latest lamentation is- i managed a Dane and a German In championships; now 1 am fo'ng to Pl lot an Irishman into a world s title, ctninuc as it may seeni, It is tne assaiss' a-aers* jsiWr.n. lightweight class; aiul now ^nn inslKts that he can inako 135 nounds at 3 o clock as readily and with as little exertion as can the cliam PlMcFa7land's^vHgiit lias been one^ of l^ar.ry rackcv'sf pet? aversion, when lie was taking on opponents at the rate of one a week was to scale In. It was this unwillingness on Paeke> s pari that prompted the experts to class him In anv division but that or tne lightweights. It was even expertcd that McKarland really belonged in he middleweight class, and that AliKe Gibbon. .So,ild luive boon tbo ol.Joot "'buT Ni?"n """Ir? ?.? n.? that Mo Fnrlind is still a legitimate light St ami that Vatrick can make Ih? 1 mindauc if there is enough Incen tive. Sufllc^ent Incentive, accorclli^^ Packcv would he a match w ith i icu ,ii? welsh and the curloy-lialred won der Trom Chicago stands ready to post a St range?"th1 ngs have happened in rine.lom?such as discredited boxers (1 irhtint? their way to the championship, nut if Mc.Farland gets a mutch with Welsh and shows us that he Jsan como | w^ght8 ma He,1 t h enr! a'l \ w 111 be willing to admlt thnt wonders will never cease. Ad Wolgast, who strove so yollantly to regain his title from Freddie Welsh a week ago Monday, has enrnedmore monev In tho ring than any lightweight m the historv of the game. Adolph, who for several years, struggled along under the appellation of tho Cheese Otmmnlon" (inflicted upon him bj H.it tling Nelson) has poured a "'J to o^or STOO 000 Into his coffers since be adopt efl boxing as a profession seven years R Of' this vast sum. Promoter Tom McCarny In over $?.<?) in the form of purS. Tho other coast promoter. Jim Coffroth contributed somewhat o\ei ISO, ^The largest lump sum \'.'ol(nvjft ever re \ wnnon, Cal* on July 1. two years af?o. ltlvors _ knocked out In thirteen rounds. Woigast received $3>.0PT as his end of tho receipts nnd $:T.OOO for his moving picture rights. The receipts totaled $(3,000. Woigast ha-s engaged In less thaTi ele\etj fights. In which the receipts aggregated | over t2.'..000. Ldttlo Ad has never suffe.ed i the Ignominy of a knockout, and hM been floored but twice In his ring career-once , when he won the title from Nelson, and the other time when lie lost the premier honor., t(>A?olphun has the betting fever In t-b" most aggravated form. Ho never falls to back himself heavily for a "flit, jus he says that Is tho Inspiration he needs to battle In his bent form. In his ehamplonshlp bat tie with Nelson. Wolgaet backed hl.nself to the extent of ?5.W. which ho won. and he lost ?:.'?) in wagers when he passed o\er the title to Ultchle M?- i And all this despite the fact that <K trast'a hands axe brittle, the. dlmlnulln Mlehlgandcr Is the unluckiest I"1 rajik lighter In the game, and he has lost close to $100.C<? through Injuries sustained Just prior to big ba/ttles. Pugnists who have seen their best days In the ring are turning to another Held ?>f endeavor to gather in the shekels. Iho motion picture game has countless former rlngmem In its midst, but as yet not one has ascendod to stardom. Generally they are to be found in tho mob scene at ?-.M Her diem. ... Sailor lhiTke tTled his hand at posing for the "'movies" Foveral weeks ago and <iult In a hufT after one day's work, tie toted n spear around for a performance, and upon being presented with the reflation $2 60 quit on the spot. Tho sailor con sidered his efforts more valuable, and thus u. star was lost to tho moving picture ?world. NATIONAL COMMISSION STAGGERS PORTSMOUTH TnirKfru rnnipcllcil to l'uy Timnrlilll ?.riOO Covering Hnluuce of Term an .Manager. Elliotts' Standing 1'iii/lcH Kims. Jesse Tannehill. the old major leaguer ?who learned the art of ball tossing with Jake "Wells' old Hlue nirds, In the Atlantic League In ltichmond. from whic h the pitcher went to the National I-eague, gets J.vW from the Portsmouth club by reason of a de cision of the National Hoard, which opinion has been juataincii by tho National Com mission. Tannehill took up the manapm?a'. of the Truckers daring the practice season last April and held on until some time In June, after lie had put a few of the Rite re ceipts in Ills 4>o< ket* to pay himself for service" rendered. It Is understood that Tannehill, manager, paid Tannehl',!. private citizen. about nii the club owed him and then tl.e club iired him. Aparcntly. the b:? kers of the Portsmouth team dismissed the matter, and looked upon it as cios* ,1. but in this they had an awaken inf: coinirg. Tannehill ha! been in base bnP lout enough t" know a thing or two. and one of these things led him to appeal for the balance of hi.- salary until the end of the playing season. That is the Ii ?> Tannehill wants' about this time, if he al ready isn't enjoying It. The decision of the hoard, and it looks as thougn it was about the only thing the board could do in light o! the evidence, comes us a blow to Portsmouth, for funds have not been dctp In the coffers of the team for io. these many seasons. The career of baseball In 'J'nu kertown has hern a long and mighty strugg: to keep both ends even. The hacker* passed the iiat around fre quently last season, and at on. time they had the "movies" lieiplng out with a "p. . - centage" of patronage No one thought th?- dub could go through the season, hut It did an I ha i already started out to gather t?ie ducats for next season, and now some of these must go to pay Tannehl.l's hack salary, whl h wl.i duplicate, doubtless, what has already been paid the manager who succeeded in charge. While Portsmouth has not had an oppor tunity to be neard since the decision came! to the attention of th? fans, li it no surprise need he exprescsd if It develops that the decision has Maggered the hackers of the team. The ownership of the Norfolk franchise since It was reported to be sold by H. i JCIIlott, the Roanoke owner, has been tioned by some fans in Norfolk, 11 condition ( probably brought *hoi.< i.y the fart that JClllott was elected vice president of the dr. i cult, even alter ha h?a retired from in- ' Two Yale Football-Baseball Stars Coveted by New York Giants LONG JOHN REILLY. HARRY LE GORE. Although for obvious reasons all parties concerned refuse to admit it, there is good reason to believe that the Now York Giants lire hot-foot after Long John Reilly, the Yale third baseman, and Harry l^e Gore, the Yale shortstop. Roth aro on the football team this fall, and Le Gore is a possible All-American. Hurry Hempstead, president and John R. Foster, secretary of the Giants, visited New Haven recently, osten sibly to look over the new Yale bowl, but really, It Is reported, to urge the two college stars to enter the pro fessional game. 1*5 Gore comes from tlio prominent family for which Le Gore, Md., was named. Reilly is a member of the family of Brockton athletes, three of whom have \torn Yale and Andover Academy uniforms. All the boys have partially worked their way through college. These two young athletes clearly prize the chance to wear a Yale uniforwi above that of donning the toga I of the Now York Giant.?. Roth huve had liberal oiler.? from several big league nines, including Connie Mack's. terest tn the league. It Is claimed that El liott has sold out lock, stock and barrel, and that he has absolutely no Interest In the Norfolk team now. The fact thnt the title to the ball park, which was owned by Elliott, has been re corded, would seem to put an end to further discussion. Tim lund Is pow In the name of F. H. Walker, the new president of the team. An application Is to be made at onco for a charter for the backers of the team, and when an organization Is perfected un der this the grounds will be leased by Walker to the corporation. Pitcher Xlarkle, who was the king pin of Virginia League pitchers this year, has written the new owners of the Norfolk team that he will be delighted to return to the Tars next season. One more year In the minors ought to make this slabman rlpo for much faster company, If not flt for tho major leagues. WITH FIVE MINUTES TO PLAY, DARKNESS ENDS THE GAME Dnvtdnon CoIIoro llrfcntM South Caro llnn on Miiildj Klrld and With Itnln Fulling ConNtundy. COLUMBIA, S. G., November 14.? Davidson College defeated the Univer sity of South Carolina, 13 to 7, hero this afternoon. Although tho game was played on a muddy Held and with i ho rain falling throughout, it was spectacular from start to finish. The. eontost ended with five minutes yet to play, when it was too dark for tho players to recognize their own team. Carolina's touchdown followed a forward puss in the second quarter. Davidson Rained a touchdown by a forward pass, following: a penalty, and tho other touchdown also came after a penalty. McKlnnon carried tho ball over after a series of bucks. White's clever block ing: ?>f n Carolina punt paved the way for Davidson's first count. Mclvinnon, C. Walker, 11. Walker anrl Howell were the Davidson stars. For Carolina, Relief for Catarrh Sufferers Now FREE You Can Now Treat This Trouble in Your Own Home and Get Relief at Once* How the Remedy for Catarrh Wa? Discovered. By the new method the note and throat are treated by an elective local remedy applied directly to the afflicted mem' branet. THIS terrible crease has raged unchecked for years simply be cause symptoms have been treated while the cause of the trouble has been left to circulate in the blood, and brine the disease back as fast as local treatments could relieve it. C. E. Gauss, who experimented for years on a treatment for Catarrh, found that after perfecting a balm that relieved the nose and throat troubles quickly, he could not prevent the trouble beginning The Elixir, all over again. tfton"uh!'hasha tC* Ca6C8> he could direct influence completely remove all cou"nifml>atie't signs of Catarrh from nose nf",r and throat, but in a few cu>fs the ats- 1 faze by remav- weeks they were back. i/if the cause. Careful experiments and investigations have shown ?hat as the troubles were expelled from the nose and throat, the real cause of the disease was overlooked and in a short time the Catarrh would return stronger than ever. Mr. Gau.ss has gone way ahead of the ordinary methods of treatment and has provided a remedy that Removes tHe Cawse and Immediately Gives Re lief to the Nose and Throat Reese Jnnes. of Scranton, Fenn.. says Hint after trying mnny otlicr t rent incuts, he used this new method and ? "My nose is tiow entirely clear and free nnd 1 am not bothered by the disease any more. The New Combined Treatment is worth its weight in sold." Temporary relief from catarrh may be obtained in other vays. but the New Combined Treatment must inevitably ue accepted for permanent results. Goes to the Root of Stopped-up noses Constant "frog-in-the throat" Nasal discharges Hawking and spitting Snoring at night Bad breath Frequent colds Difficult breathing Smothering sensation in dreams Sudden fits of sneezing Dry mucus in nose and any of the other symp toms that indicate ap proaching or present catarrh Sarah J. Cape, Mount Pelia. Tenn., says. "I I suffered the p.-iins and distress of catarrh for ? thirteen years nnd needless to state, tried nearly " every method. Hut by your new method X was I . umpletely cured and you cannot imagine the joy that has come over me." | Trial Treatment FREE [ This new method is so important to the wel fare of humanity, so vital to every person suffer- | ing from any form of catarrh, that the oppor- , tunity to actually tett it and prove its results. I will be gladly extended without one cent of cost. | A large trial treatment, with complete, mi- . nute directions, will be sent free to any catarrh- I suflerer. k Send no money, take no risks, make no promises. Simply clip sign and mail the cou awl the test packagc of the New Combined Treatment will be sent, fully prepaid, together with the valuable book on Catarrh. Send the Test Treatment FREE C. E. GAUSS. 6333 Main Street, Marshal). Mich. It your New Combined Treatment will relieve iny Catarrh and bring me health and good spirits again, I mn willing to be shown. So, without cost or obligation to me. send, fully prepaid, the Treat ment and Book. I | Address. I SEonoy arid Hill played greal ball, while Hoyward's punting wav mi out standing featuru. I<lne-up: Davidson. Position. S. Carolina. H. Walker loft end .'...... .I'laxlco Howell loft tackle McMillan (Captain) Gleer loft guard J. Porter Whit? centre Clrabenu Van Devanter.right guard Hampton Anderson... right tackle Johnson I Cray ton right end O. Going' Ivccsler.... <i\ini tor buck Stoney , C. Walker.... left half lleyward Black right half Brooker .McKlnnun ,|.. . full back t.. Perry Time of quarters. 15 minutes: luHt quarter was called after ten minutes of play because of dnrkness. Touch downs?I'laxlco, R. Walker. McKlnnon. Goals from touchdowns?lleyward, Mc Klnnon. Substitutions: Davidson-?Mul lock for Van Devanter, Van Devanter for Bullock, AnslOy for Cray ton, Lm'.rd for iJlaek. Black for L>alrd. Carolina? Kill for I'laxlco (at ?;nd), I'laxlco for O. Goin?r. <). Going for Johnson. J^a inotte for HU1 (at end), 11111 for It. Going <:it full back). l^aMotte for 1 fill (at end). Hill for LnAlotte (at end),. Edmunds for La&Iottc, Pant for Ed-! munds, I.angston ior Pan', LaMottc for Lmngston, Edmunds for LaMotte. Tja Motte for J. Porter, English for Ilamp- \ ton. Johnson for English, Gcer for' Brooker, K. Going for Perry. Officials ?l'edon (Pennsylvania), referee. Hon-, dcroon (Ohio Weslyn). umpire. Hol land (Cletnson), head linesman. VANDERBILT DEFEATED IN LESS THAN EIGHT MINUTES i BIRMINGHAM, AI,A., November 14. | ?In a little less than eight minutes of piny. Auburn had dcafented Vanderhllt' litre this afternoon and had further' strengthened her claim to champion ship honors 111 the Southern Intercol legiate Alhlctlc Association. The game, played In dreary, vapory weather, ended with a score of 6 to 0, Blood Destruction Stopped and Rebuilt Worries Overcome, Evidence Brushed Away. The Skin Cleared. 8. S. 8., the famous blood purifier, ts mnu's architect, it contemplates the dam age done and repairs the damage. It also looks after the possible damage and cor rects all tendency to blood eruptions, decay of bones, clogging of joints and any and all of those myriad of destructive effect# such as rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glauds, sore throat, bronchial affections and the hoot of infirmities iir well knqwn as being caused by ltopurc blocd. And now, why should S. S. S. do all this? Simply because It Is Nature's antidote, a remedy of search ing Influence. It contains a powerful, nat ural Ingredient, that sweeps Its way to the skin. And la doing this it not only anni hilates destructive germs but causes them to be so converted that they are easily and harmlessly voided, expelled or de stroyed and then driven out through the natural outlets of the body. TIiub let R. S. S. be your safeguard In all blood troubles no matter what they are. It won't fall you. Get a bottle today of any druggist but refuse any and all substi tutes. Get In communication with the medical department. Write The Swift Specific Co., r>4 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, (In. This special advisory work on blood troubles has been j of Incalculable benefit aud has cured a bost of sufferers. ?n?l Auburn's Koal lino remained un crossed. A scries of despornto lino plays, mixed up with several fake kick and fukc forward paHS formations, enabled Auburn to scoro the only touchdown of the (tame. Vanderbllt sconced unable to cope with tho plunging Ayburn ma chinery In tho first few minutes of play, but after her goal lino' had been crossed there was a complete transfor mation. DuriiiK the laot threo quar ters Vanderbllt played desperately and brilliantly, forcing Auburn constantly to the defensive. Tho lineup and summary: (Undsay) (Reams) Auburn. Position. Vnndorbllt Kor nloy left ? end Schoatcr Stood loft tackle .Cody (Culpoppor) Kylor left guard. Lipscomb ritts centre Drown Thlghpon... .right guard Putman (Sample) (Phillips) J.<oulselle... .right taokle WaVren Robinson right end Cohen (Burke) Halrnton quarter back Curry (Arnold) Prondor?rast.. .left half Slkos Hunt right half Turnor Harris full back...N. Chester (Bidet) The Men's Store The Boy's' Store As Your Boy Grows Up Have Him "Tyler-Trained" In Tilings to Wear. x That's very important to you and the boy. It's econ omy?it's service?it's prop er apparel for him. 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