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Wannssee Wannsseen Overhauls Auk Aukn
n Race for Roosevelt Cup Cupand Cupand Cupand
and Gets Into Finals FinalsVIM Finalsj FinalsVIM FinalsVIM
Skipper Bttckman B cka Take All the Blame Blamefor Blamefer Blamefar
for Bumping BUBtpi l late I te the theCaramba theCammha theCareinba
Caramba CarambaMARKOmTJAD CammhaMARJtdtMD CareinbaMARL
MARL MARKOmTJAD MARJtdtMD H IAD D MM M Sept JK ITwo LTwoAmericas ITwoAm Two TwoAmerican
American Am rlC8ft yachts and one German O < < tnaa will willcontest wiltcontest wt1tconteat
contest in tho t e Unala tor the Roosevelt RooseveltCup Jo RoeaeveltCup 8eMt
Cup as a reflt t of todays toda s Contest comostThe ContestThe I
The Wannaaee aD annaee the first of the German Germanboats GerRlanboats Gernanboats
boats to win a race captured the fourth fourthevent tourtht fourthevent
event t < tnt nie this port today beating beatingtaramba bMtlnalramba beatingtaramba
taramba by one minute and ten sec secnndg ItfICllnds secunda
nndg in a i majjntncent tfIlfkent niikent struggle stru le through througha throughj
a hoppy sea and in light air Under Tndei the therenditions theconditions j
renditions of the series Iea the Caramba Carambath I
the th Filly and the Qlueckauf not having havingwon havlnaon havingwon
eliminated from fromiht tromLhE fromthe
won on a race will now be
the finals and nd the battle will be fought foughtut toulttlit
ut between the Vim which ba haa we weiw wet wetfW wentw
anet Wanassee Wanasseewhich aa aahid1
and the
iw < > ra8tt race i ivhuh
which hid1 have each won one oneVim OIMVim oneVim
Vim Fmria Caramba CarambaTodays CaraNTJn1J
Todays 1 a1aY contest was marred by the theim 11Mjm theen
jm im en accidentally acckl nttlly fouling the Carawba CArtu at atth attt atthe
th the start Her owner knowing kao that even evenu 8 8he evenuid
= u uid Id h he win wi h he would ould neceauarlly 11Iy 11Iyht have havfci
i h ht dlsqualifled dtQuaII ecI withdrew salltmc lilac back batikto backto Nckto
to MarMehoad Mar IMad In explanation of the theitftair theilnI thetftdr
itftair ilnI Clarence Chre Bucknam skipper 1 of the theVim tbeim theirn
Vim im sail lialiIt sailIt < al1 al1It
It was w simply my my fault a u I was w on onf ontip ontiP
tip f ji Irt s art tuck The Caramba hit us Ii on ontli ontilt onthe
tli tilt counter but no damage of conse consequence consequence conequen ¬
quen quence < E was w done d ne to either el r boat boatThe DoatThe boatThe
The course for todays today race nu e was Ii a beat beatto beato beatto
to o windward eastsoutheast three miles milesarid mil milH mitesa
H arid td t a run home this being repeated repeatedmaking repeatedsnaking pealed pealedmitklnc
making a distance of twelve miles The Thewind TheInd Thednd
wind Ind was light throughout the race but butt butto
t to r w 111 ais a v very tI ry heavy hea chop to the SH SHwhich seaf a af
f which W h1th retarded tarded the boats The first part partif partof
if 1 the race was w between the Auk and andthe antihp andthe
the hp Caramba with th the German yacht yachttrailing yachUtiUnK yachttriiling
trailing but the skipper of the Wann Wannps WannFsPe ann annfo1
FsPe ps < o stood out to sea and caught bt a good goodl IOOdtppze goodbreeze
breeze l rejte ao o that at the finish of the th ftr at atrnllnd bratround t tround
round the Wannssee led with 1tb the Attic Awkef Akfond Atticeat
eat ef fond < rend Caramba Carana third Qlueckauf Qlueckauffourth OIuckauCfl Glueckauffourth
fourth fl > unh and Tilly fifth fifthWannsaee fttthVanUM fiftyWannasee
Wannsaee Passe Pa Ahead AheadThe AneadThe AheadThe
The Auk wrested the lead from the theOr taMCrman theGerman
German Or man boat t in turning the weather weathermark w weathermark er
I Imark I
mark on the second round rou 4 owing to the thesuperior theguptrlor thesuperlor
superior eeamanahlp Ip of her her captain Mr MrA MrI1 MrAdams
Adams A I1 < lama < tm but on the run home ho the Wanna Wannas WannssseP Van VanfP
sseP s fP f overhauled her American rival and andh aOOhfold andheld
h held I < l the lead to tJMThp the anton antonThe hatsbThe
The official finishing time wa was as fol foll folnnsaee I
l ws wsWannsaee
Wannsaee annaaee + 244 24449 24449taramba 11 4I 4Ii 1 1aramba
i taramba rumba 29887auk S4iA7 i iAuk I
Auk II k 247 247Tilly 547S 547STilly 2 7 7Tilly
Tilly 2lH 2 i iGlupckaut e f fGlueckanf
Glueekaut GlueekautThe Glueckanf 2Se4 2Se4Tlie 6
1 I
The official elf elapsed > pa tim U tiisae wee waaVutmssee weeWtnnssee WlIanns 1
Vutmssee anns SJt 33448 33448taramba S44 S44Iiintaiba 4 4laramba
Iiintaiba 33407 33807uk 33407Auk 111101II
Auk II uk ukIilly k 3372 3372Tilly S 2 T t trrillv
Tilly 34 1 1Glutckaut 340e8 340e8Clueckauf e4 e4Ulueckauf
Ulueckauf I4tU I4tUON 1114HARRY 64841MARRY
Captain vf Athletic At 1ctka Was Suspended SuspendedWhenHis Suspend SuspendedWhen d dWnenHis I
WhenHis When His Team Forfeited to toJTew toNew toNew
PHILADELPHIA Pa PL Sept ineptHarry S SHarry 1Harry
Harry Davta Davta Da captain of the athleticswho Athletics Athleticswho Athlucswho
who ha baa been a under the ban of ofpenlon MM MMpension seapension
pension for three days d will again againget AI AIgd attainget
get into the game at New York this thisafternoon thl thlatternoon titleafternoon
afternoon Davis Da suspension was wascaused wutused weecaused
caused < tused by b the row In New N York laatj laatjMonday last lastMonday
Monday when the Athletic forfeited to toNew toXew toNew
New York by 9 to 0 0Eyewltneaae 0Eyewltae 0Eyewitnesses
Eyewitnesses Eyewltae of the affair affair declare thatfor that thatfur thatfor
for once Arbitrator Silk 1lk OLoughiin OLoughiinwas
was in the wrong wron They declare that thatwhen thatwhin thatwhen
when Keeler ran into Knight and andi andlaused andaused
i aused him to lose J a grounder lf Undr which whichlet whichlet hleh hlehItt
let in two runs Davis protested prot8 ted While Whilethe Whilethe VbI1 VbI1the
the argument was on the crowd got oa oathe ORthe onthe
the field and one man even V en ran down downo
o second base where here Williams Will of the theNew theew theNew
New ew Yorks was perched and began begantalking begantalking gan gantalkln
talking talkln to that player playerOLoughlln DlayerOLouchlin playerO
OLoughlln O ordered red the Athletics to toreturn torturn toreturn
return to their position po ltlonfil This Captain CaptainDavis CaptainIhwla CaptainUavls
Davis refused to have done until the thejild thelipId theiiPld
lipId was cleared Without Ithout wasting any anytime aftytime anytime
time OLoughlin then U n declared the game gameforfeited gamefHrttited
forfeited 1 s to New York As Ban John Johnn
5 m > n has suspended Davis na the former formermust formerHlloOt formermust
must think OLoughlins explanation explanationMitisfactory explanatitnI
Mitisfactory MitisfactoryProbably at I tistacto tistactoProbably tisfactoryProbably
Probably Silk took the ground that thatit
it was 111 the kick made by the Athletics Athleticshieh Athletleshich Athleticsnhieh
nhieh hieh caused the crowd to g pt t on th thtidd tM tMtltld thetied
tied Had his order ord r been obeyed and andth andt andt4
th t h Athletics taken their positions Ions itNew It Itwould It Itduld
would cold then have been en up to o the theTask New New1York Newy
York y rk Club to clear the field fieldNo ftflldn
No n matter which version of the affair affairs affaircorrect
uu j s correct the Athletics Athl tlca got the worst worstf orst orstIf I
< If > f it and last a game to a dangerous dangerousrival daqerouhal dangerouerival
rival hal fw pennant honors something somethingthfy aomethlngthy somethingthey
thy could not afford < < ord to do do1ast dolast doLast
last Mondays game was s the third thirdtnie thirdIme thirdIrne
tnie Philadelphia teams have forfeited forfeitedthis tortelledthl forfeitedthis
this thl season The T Athletics twice were werel werenau were1tPnaltaaed
1tPnaltaaed l > f naliMd nau Lad and each time In games withw with Ith Ithw
New w Vork 1 T or ora t and the PhlMiea ooAs oats against
P IlttsbUIS I tttsbu ttsburg When ben the Athletic forfeit forfeitil
il Ii here VtA here A X 3r a 1 1crowd
0 New York It wa was because the theTowd thecrowd
crowd Towd got t on n the Held and no effort e < < ort was wasmade wasmade a amad
made mad to put the spectators taton back On OnJ Ont Onthat
J t that hod occasion ° e rto the Athletic were hope ¬
lessly i b beaten aten Last Monde Monday the e scorewfo score scoreSTUBENER aeoreWas
Was wfo wfoae fortelt forteltSTUBENER ae a awhen Ut when OLouahUn OLoughlinMonday leclared the theSTUBENER
Phil hil Siubtner of the Bladenaburg Bladenaburgroad Bladen8burgT Bledeneburgroad
road T < ad and F Bauskett of South Caro Car CarIina ¬
lina will meet in a shooting match at atStube attu atitubeners
Stube itubeners tu tiers roadhouse next Thursday Thuredayafternoon Thursdayafternoon ThurMayafttrDoon
afternoon at 110 oclock The match i if Ie Ietlr isf
f tlr r a side bet of ttt 00 and the condlttans condlttansare eon cadlttone cadlttoneare ttkNui ttkNuia
are a rf fifty birds American AaSSatSn AaSSatSnrulea JMCaUon wacelatlatrule JMCaUonruleo1
rulea rule to apply applyThis applyT1ls applyThis
This pair of expert gunner gunnerssirs Uftn met under undersin uDdersin undersame
sin condition and the
liar for th same aameamount aaJDeamount sameamount
amount of money some lae time t io ro and andThp
the t lit South SOli t h Carolina man won White 1hlte
ilyers 11 tr will be wed a as targets in the themlng theming I Imlng
mlng event eventin eventn
in n addition to the private match mate there thereMil thereI11 I
Mil 11 b he a mlaandout ma 4eut competition open
to t1 1 all shooters shoot la the th District DItrl t and Mary
land Mr Stubener has laid in a a large largeF largeof largeeIply
F eIply < pply of target and nxpects a anum num
IHT of i prominent shooters to of aoooar anuarC
French Expert Predicts 60 60Miles 60Iiles 60Miles
Miles an Hour in Vander Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Vanderbilt
bilt Cup Race RaceBy RaceDy RaceBy
By far the most interesting InterElfU predkdattmade prediction predictionmade pre kU > n nMade
made as yet regarding the Vanderbilt VanderbUtcup Vanderbiltcup Vanderbiltcup
cup race and the elimination trial is isthat WUat Isthat
that of Guetave Galliot Call1 lt the noted notedKreach notedFrench oted otedYreftch
French driver who will have charge of ofthe DCthe ofthe
the destiny duUn of on o one of the Thomas care careThe car carThe mreThe
The car that averages sixty miles an anhour aDbour enhour
hour Caittote Camo says will m finish ftal k either eitherfirst eltJMrftnt eitherfirst
first or second secondCailloi H secondCxiliols < Ond OndCtilloltt
Ctilloltt Cailloi has mcde de a thorough study studyof stud studof studyof
of the course cour and It is from tlOl t his knowl knowledge kvie knewledge ¬
e edge 4 of the conditions COftdltl ft8 that will wAil hold holdgood h4pItIIIOOd holdgood
good during durin the race that He made Mati the theprophecy tMJ thePropheCY
prophecy prophecyTurns J PropheCYTurns rophocYTurns
Turns Reduce Speed SpeedIn
In all there are eleven turns tur he hecontinued heiOntinufd hecontinued
continued At 1 every one of these It Itwill Itviti Itwill
will viti be necessary JHOC > > ry to slow ado down Timewill Time TSewill Tlntewill
will be lost not only fn n approaching the thecurves thecurv thecurves
curves curv but In accelerating < < etia the t1MattrD speed speedafterward speedafteramrd
attrD afterward since htee no matter how powerful power powerful powerful ¬
ful a car may be tk t Uses lte e is lost in 11 regaining re regaining retala ¬
gaining tala < < maximum maximumGalliots itatdMUmCailbls xlmu
Galliots judgment in I matters maU of this thtokind Uta Utadnd thiskind
kind is regarded rded in France as unusually unusuallygood u unusuallygood
good ood The latest instance ln tautett of how Ma Maopinions h hI
opinions are aceeptec cee ec as the truth In InPart InP inParis
Part P ria occurred just just t t before > ef re the Grand GrandPrix tkaNPrix GrandPrix
Prix While talking talkln to a friend Just Justbefore j justbefore et etbfotore
before that event wale in which be a aQ asld asldliens nd ndRene
Rene Q He Knyft KnyIC were referees reteT he was wastold WMaI wastold
told that the U odds made de by Parisian Fartetauibookmakers par1etltttbookmkers Parisianbookmakers
bookmakers in the French capital nad nadSata 1MA4kia seeds seedsSadess
Sata ia Is the eventual winner wlJl er a x J2tol J2tolshot 12to1shot 2t01I
shot shotTipped sbotI shotTipped
Tipped Bookmakers BookmakersToo
Too high he remarked rtorkedThe remarkedThe
The statement was wa quoted and a aa a arNUIt a aresult aresult
result that night saw w the odd odds against againstSaiax againstSalsa t tSet
Salsa Set reduced r Ued to S to 1 How his opinion opinionwa onqftaM opinionwas
wa was aM borne out is now a matter pa mutter lier of auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile history hit ry islsa Sal having ha v returned a acomparatively acom acomparatively
comparatively com rathelY easy winner winnerSo winnerSo
So those t o e who know kno the skill 111 of the theforeign theforeign
foreign crack will probably watch atch with withIhe withthe withthe
the greatest rleat interest for the final fig figures ftgurec hgurea ¬
urea in order to Me ee whether h he has ba at atlast att atlast
last t made a bad gases gasesIf guewIf SUHtIf
If this prediction Is I borne out it does doesnot doe doenot
not mean that those tMe who o see c the race racethis racethbJ racethis
this year 1 will witness wttne any leaser speed speedthan speedthan peed
than was seen last year The great greatI greatracing greetracing
racing cars cars will ill of necessity nec lty make m ke even evenbetter eveftbfttfr evenbetter
better time en the straightaways atrakta waYII and andturns andturn andturns
turns than ever before but the larger largernumber Jarfttrnumbtr largernumber
number of turns alone alon Is looked on by byCalllols byContois byCalllots
Calllols 88 ft enough to bring the aver average aerase average ¬
age down downEMOR downEMPEROR downEMPEROR
Plans for Schoeners Already Being BeingMade BeingMade BeingMade
Made by Number N Number mber of Aquatic AquaticSportsmen AquaticSportsmen AquaticSportsmen
Sportsmen SportsmenBERLIN SportsmenBERLIN SportsmenBERLIN
BERLIN Sept 8 iThere There will 111 be an another aRother another ¬
other race actress the ocean O Mn in 1MB The TheGerman TheGerman
German Emperor is to offer another anothertrophy anothertrophy notherttOtthy
trophy Since the race last year r which whichwas wnlcha whichwas
was a a a success h he has been talking of ofanother oranether ofanother
another contest and has thought of ar arranging arranging arranging ¬
ranging for a race rae raced for next year ear but butyachtsmen butyachmen butyachtsmen
yachtsmen who have been I > Hn approached approachedto
to see if they the were ready for another anotherrace Anotherrac anotherrace
race rac have discouraged dlsc uraged the thldea idea of hav having havIng heylug ¬
ing It so soon and now It Is said saidhail IMS 1906has IMSha
ha hail been selected as the tIne for the thenext thenext thenext
next contest It I Is with the idea Ide of an another anothtr another ¬
other ocean race that plans have been beenmade beenI beenmade
made ade by b yachtsmen eht 8n to have large largeschooners largeschooners largeschooners
schooners built and the one for Edward EdwardR
R Coleman who raced last year In the theHildegrade theHlJdegradet theHildegrade
Hildegrade Is said to have been planned plannedwith planntMlIth plannedwith
with Ith another ocean race in view vie This Thisyacht Thisc1 Thisyacht
yacht c1 t is to be 130 20 feet long and to berigged be berigged berlsged
rigged a as a threemastea threemas tea schooner schoonerOther JlCnoonerOther schoonerOther
Other yachtsmen are planning to build buildocean buildocean buildocean
ocean racers It another trophy is offered offeredfor otreredtor offeredfor
for a race across the Atlantic and if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the announcement announeem < nt is made in time it Is Isexpected Isepeeted Isexpected
expected that they the will 111 be even more morememorable morem81ftOrabie morememorable
memorable than the race last y year yearThe yearThe
The German Emperor Is doing doinghis all in inhie Inhi
In yacht yachting yachtIJt yachtlpg ¬
his hi power to stimulate interest
lpg IJt He Is taking great Interest Intere t in the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming race for the Roosevelt cup and andis aftdIs andis
is kept posted each day of the doings of ofthe orth ofthe
the th boats that are to take part in that thatrace thatract thatrace
race Captain Hebblnhaus is watching watchingthings watchingthings watchingthings
things on this side on his behalf and andsome and110m andsome
who are areto areto areto
some 110m of the German yachtsmen
to sail In the th coming races came here hereat hereat hereat
at the personal 1 T80n1 request of the Emperor EmperorSTORMY EmperorSTORMY EmperorSTORMY
SEATTLE Wash Sept 8 SGuz SGuze2enah 8GUSBesenah Gwz GwzBeaenah
Beaenah > > will have hav a chance to meet thetopnotchers the thetopnotchers UeI
topnotchers in his clan clu cla t if he cnn beatiPercy beat beatPercy beatPrcy
iPercy Percy Cove C v on September 37 37Bexenah 27Bestenah 7
Bexenah get word from his manager managerJack managerTulc managerJack
Jack Reid that the t e match was 8 made madeand madeand madeand
and for him to come on MS soon as he hecould heI hecould
could This match is for a II J1006 J1006purae 1008 1008pu 1000puree
puree pu and the winner will m get of the op opportijnlty opOrtJnlty opportt4nlt
I portijnlty portt4nlt to meet m et Harry Baker Bak Baer r or Abe Abei AbeAttMI AbeAttnil
i Att AttMI ii ror foYr a a biff bli p purse rs
iJoi Jock Club lb Summarily Suppresses Them ThemSalvidere Salvidere Is IsJPjfcked IsI IsPicked
I I > Picked as Greatest Colt of the Year YearWith YearWith YearWater
With WithBy Water Pearl Nex Next NextBy
X xw W IrOKK TORK Sept tThestewar tThestewarof LThe The stewards stewardsof
of the t Jockey Club had something lIOfttet lag be be8td bethe besddss
sddss 8td the annual running ruanln of the Flat Flatbush JI1a Flatbush t tNah
bush Nah Stakes in mind tad here re today for forthey to tothey fothey
they issued a mandate prohibiting the thepractice thePNet thepractice
practice PNet of pawnbroking nbroktng on the several severalrace sevaalrace v l lrace
race tracks hereabout hereaboutPer he hereaboutPer about
Per Fft years a clique of sharp money moneyhandlers moneyhandlera I
I handlers MIMI has b been extending loans loa to torace torace torace
race track patrons who ao happened to RO RObroke nobroke gobroke
broke in playing against the book bookmakers bookmakers bookmakers ¬
makers They would take a mans n gold goldwatch goldwatch goldwatch
watch after he had towed off his last lastdollar lastdollar lastdollar
dollar on the final race of the day cia en enan enan enan
an advance of a few dollars charging chargingthe ehArtiltgthe chargingthe
the borrower at the same me time X per percent perI percent
cent per month Interest thereafter until untilsuch until8Uh untilsuch
I such time as a the pledge would be re reclaimed reclaimed reelalmNl ¬
claimed Bo Jones Jon and Dug Clifton Cliftonare Cliftonare Cliftonare
are the pioneers in the business of ofhelping orhelplal ofhelping
helping financially straitened race play player playto playerg ¬
er erg to secure car fare home from the therace therace therace
race They came into the game poor poormen poormen poormen
men and are now wealthy wealth But the lastharye lastharvest last lastharvest
harvest harye t has been garnered for from fromnow fromnow fromnow
now on anyone found granting a It loan loanon Jeanon leanon
on a pledge on the premises of any of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Jockey Club courses will be expelled expelledfor expelledfor expelledfor
for life lifeReform liteReform lifeReform
Reform Approved ApprovedThe Approved ApprovedThe AprlvedThe
The Jockey Jock y Club has made de many re reforms reforms reforms ¬
forms and eradicated not a It few abuses abuseswithin abuseI abuseswithin
I within lthln the last season s on wen such a as the theabolishment theabollshmnt theabolishment
abolishment of the th messenger service servicebetween servl servlHteen servicebetween < <
between the women in the grand stand standand standand tan4and
and the bookmakers the stoppage atopp ge of the theflow theno theflow
no flow of information from the race tracks tracksto traekllto tracksto
to the pool rooms and the instituting of ofa ota ofa
a 1 admission fee to the main entrance entrancewhich entrAncewhleh entrancewhich
which has effectually kept away awa a It class classof cia ciaot classof
of patrons who have no business bu nft with withso withso 1th
so costly co t1y a sport as the turf But this thislatest th thlat thislatest
latest lat t move will mec mecc with the greatest greatestapprobation greatestapprobatIon greatestapprobation
approbation approbationThe approbationThe t tThe
The race track pawnbrokers stand standabout stamtabout standabout
about the entrance entraneeor of the ring They Thoyhave Tho Thohave Theyhave
have have made this their market place for foryears torynrs foryears
years ynrs There they Ute wait until a plucked pluckedbird pluckedbird pluckedbird
bird flutters away from the clutch of ofbookmakers ofboekmakcrs ofbookmakers
bookmakers A little walk underneath underneaththe underneaththe underneaththe
the grandstand and soon the the distressed distressedspeculator dlatrM80dapeeulator distressedspeculator
speculator has a new bank roll and the thewily thewll thewily
wily wll broker a piece of Jewelry worth worthtwenty worthtwenty I
twenty times the loan Where here an aver average 11erage average ¬
age attendance att adllftce of 10000 bettors bettor go to tothe toth tothe
the th local race tracks trac s every day in the theracing theracing theracing
racing season and where w ere there is a a turn turnover turnover turnover
over of almost 880000 000 In n currency each eachafternoon eachafternoon ch
I Iafternoon
afternoon the money mone in this pawn brok broking broking ¬ I IIng
ing traffic is astoundingly large Fo Foyears F Foyears I Iyea
years yea it has len l en going on and Duce DuceClifton Dut DutClifton DUlClifton
Clifton Isvreputed Is reputed to b be a a millionaire millionaireSometimes mlllionalreSometlme millionaireSomeUme
Sometimes they secure s ure priceless articles articlesfor arUcletor articlesfor
for a few dollars which for some reasen reasenor reasenor reasonor
or other are never taken up Women Womenare Womenare omen omenare
are the sharks easiest prey preyVery pre preVery preyVety
Very Profitable Business BusinessA Businessyear
A year ago a wellknown pawnbroker pawnbrokerof
of the turf said If we had a anything anythingto
to do about it there would be ten race racetracks racetrack racetracks
tracks running about New York every everyday overyday everyday
day of the summer and winter When Whenthey Whenthey Vhent1ey
they are here in n the summer time we weare weare
are 818 harvesting harestln continually I have a ahundred 1 1hnndre ahrndred
hundred < l or more customers whom whom 1 see seeat seeat seeat
at least once a week some of them two twoor twoor twoor
or three t ree times a week not counting the thetimes theU thetimes
times U s they th y get getthelr their things out This Thismeans Thismeans Thismeans
means thjat that the money mone we lend at 3 per parcent p pereent r rcent
cent per month the legal rate for us usdoesnt usoelil1t usdoesnt
doesnt stay sta away long when they hot hotrow borrow ¬
row 101 and a d we riever never charge less than a ai aJIIOnths amonths
i months JIIOnths Interest for our loan no matter matterhow mattorhow matterhow
how shftrt sh rt a time may ma elapse between betweenthe betweenI betweenthe
the borrowing and the returning You Younoticed YounoUeed Younoticed
noticed that man who just stepped from fromthe Cremthe fromthe
I the ring hw here to my station and got his hiswatch hiswatch hiswatch
watch out outYes outI outYes
Yes I answered answeredHe an answeredHe ered eredHe
I He borrowed bOr owed PJ 80 on It That was yca c
terday Today lea leafs than UaaatToeOCJIeur UaaatToeOCJIeuralter tweedyfourhours twentyfour twentyfourhours
hours alter he h cornea hack gets U his hiswatch bJawatch hiswatch
watch and pay pIIIII us M cents scuts for the ue ueof u uot useof
of the money Ottey He H won on C the race raceand raeMand racesand
and we didnt lo lees e An army of men In InXew InX InNew
New X to York ar are doing 401 this thisWant th thWant thisWant
Want J Junk Bk for Wi Winter WinterThe tTer tTerThe er erThe
The average averae man does that two tA4 or orthree orthree orthree
three times a week and our profit there therefore tberefore therefore ¬
fore Is considerable They pawn paWn their theirdiamonds theirdlamonda theirdiamonds
diamonds watches watch ring or other otherpieces otherpJetotos othernieces
pieces of Jewelry and get et the money moneyIf moneyIt moneyIf
If they th win they come come right back and andget andet andget
get et their good GOd lookers If they fall to tobat tobeat tobeat
beat the bookmakers they come co In withsometltiny with withsomething with8O
sometltiny sometltinyelse something 8O emln sift s and try as u long lo as they theycan tbeyean theycan
can for if arknlln a kilting The Th men who do this thisw WIWto thiswe
w Wto we see at It this time u of year yartbe the au autumn autumnand u utumnwand ¬
tumn tumnwand and no other otherAt otherAt otherAt
At the end of the season n there tb 1e is al always always always ¬
ways a big digging up of money y among amongthe alft amongthe nK nKthe
the clients When rhen the horses ho a move move on onto Oftto onto
to Bennlng Bennln at Washington D C pre preparatory preparatory preparetory > ¬
paratory to the long Jump to the winter wintercourse 1lntereour wintercourses
course eour at New Ne Orleans Orlea every mans mansson mansson n n80ft
son of themaad them and women toon tooRillmake too toonmake will willmake
make a desperate d8al rate attempt to borrow borrowfrom borrowfrom borrowfrom
from some ome friend trl enough money to get getout iret iretout getout
out the junk to take South along with withhim withhim I
him The poolroom poolroo ul Oh that IK hrdUterent a adifferent adifferent
different clas cia class of trade altogether The Therace Therace I
race track crowd is made up of good goodpeople goodpeople goodpeople
people The poolroom player who whocome who whocome I Icome
come to pawnbrokers pa abrokers are not to be com compared compared ¬
pared with itb them themAre themAre themAre
Are Sometimes Stung StungIt
It doesnt pay any too well to lend to topoolroom topoolroom
poolroom JO ll06m players playe and a great many of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the thing they pawn pawn n stay tay with us usuntil u uuntil usuntil
until they have to be sold at public publicauction publicauction I
auction They The are a cheap class cia and andwe andwe andwe
we have to scan the articles they offer offervery offerI
I very ory carefully for they will stick Uck u us If Ifthey Itthey Ifthey
they can Cant stick tlok a race track trackpawnbroker tnckpawnbroker trackpawnbroker
pawnbroker Dont fool yourself yourselfThere you yourselfThere rael f fThere
There are any An number of race bettors bettorswho bettorswho bettorswho
who are meaner than we are at reputed to tobe tobe tobe
be They get into us often enough enoughThe enoughThe enoughThe
The pawnbroker does not always alwayshave AI1Yshave alwayshave
have a sure thing There are at least
50 men and women who are cleaned cleanedevery eJeanedeer cleanedevery
every eer afternoon on the race track trackThey trackThey trackThey
They come with money money and an when the thelast thelast thelest
last race is s over they the stand up in the thegrandstand thegrandstand thegrandstand
grandstand without a as much as a a penny pennyin pennyin pennyin
in their pockets For years the pawn pawnbrokers ¬
I brokers have helped them home Now Nowthanks N Nowthanks w wI
I thanks to the Jockey Jocke Club they must mustwalk r mustwalk ust ustI
I walk or steal 5tIa a ride rld on a atreet car carWater carWater carWater
Water Pearls Hard Luck LuckEarly LuckEarly LuckEarly
Early in the year 1 the experts con conceded oonceded eonceded ¬
ceded the th twoyearold championship ehar plon hlp to toWater toateI toWater
Water ateI Pearl The big son of Water Waterareas Watercress Vaterere
areas ere had beaten the beAt cults out and andtke andu andthe
the u honors were his apparently appar nt1y Then Thenbefore ThenbeCore Thenbefore
before the running of the Brighton he hesprung hesprung hesprung
sprung a squeamish tendon and went wentout wentout wentout
out of training Within the very next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week three comparatively unheard of ofstars oCstars ofstars
stars calmly moved within Uhln the sphere sphereof sphereoC sphereof
of the championship cl1Amplon hlp ken Salvidere SalvidereElectioneer SalvldereKleeuoneer SalvidereElectioneer
Electioneer and Fountalnblue JlOUntalnb lue Since Sincethen Sincethen
then their respective performances have havebeen havebeenso havebeen I
been beenso so high class cla as to make Water WaterPearl WaterPearl VaterPearl
Pearl and Oran no better than equals equalsby equalsby equalsby
by comparison comtarisonWith comparisonWith comJ1rloftVlth
With the Platbush Stakes over overnd overndthat overandthat and andthat
that Is where the Futurity winner is issupposed issupposoo issupposed
supposed to meet the good colts which whichwere which whichwere whichwere
were unable to give him battle tUe In the theFuturity tbeFulurlt theFuturity
Futurity Fulurlt because of ineilgibllltythetwoyearold Inoilgibllity IneltgtbllltYlhe IneltgtbllltYlhet the thetwoyearold
twoyearold t o oarold championship laurels must mustI mustbe mustbe
I be finally ftnall awarded to one or the other otherof otherof otherof
of the above trio There are but two twoJames twoothor twoothora
othor < t worthy of conlldtr conslderaUon Uon A fillY fillYJRmeS hillyJames
James R Keenes heene Court Dress has hasshowa h hasshown < < s
shown so well in n her stake engagements engagementsehe engagementsshe ngasementJIhe
she really deserves a ranking with 1th the thevery thecry thevery
very cry topnotchersThen topnotchers topnotchersThen
Then Oscar Lcwiaohna colt Yankee Yank Yankc
Qua Otub tra rm M so strong IOD a fot an rtfc to Blec BlectkHMw JIhco lae laetlonear
tkHMw o iw Pop Joan 1 and XX Dot Maud M that thathe tJalLtrep thathe
he to regarded rep by many of the experts expertsa xpe xpetINt
a as the beat beat youngster you in training uam Pope PopeJean PopeJean PopeJean
Jean despite d her Futurity performance performancewhere pet0l8lallCewhere performancewhere
where abe fatted with tua luck and light lightweight liChtwelsbt llgbtweight
weight In her rtavor favor la to wWapy to togain toptn togain
gain the t smile Ue of a sharp observer Th ThFlatbusb The T1MFlatbueb TheFlatbusb
Flatbusb runnng ruan q has not definitely definitelysettled deftaltItUM definitelyssttled
settled tUM the question of the championship championshipIn t tin
In my m mind When the weather gets getsa I
a little bit cooler I should like to see seeflalvtdere I IaYldeIe IIinlvldere
flalvtdere Fountalnblue Electioneer ElectioneerD ElfftlonerJe ElectioneerIe
D Je Xvad X Yankee ykeeOUft Quo Peter er Pan and andCourt aa4OIurt andChurt
Court Drew run Ua down a seven n furlong furlongstraight tut1on <
I straight t away way Salvidere Balvld < < e ought to towin towID towas I
win wasThe winTp Tp TMbMnee The absence of 0 the muchheralded muchheraldedcolt
colt Jack Atkins A tit 1nII is regretted on all allsMe allu allsides I
sMe sides as much because of the popular popularity popuIrI populartty ¬
tty I of Barney Schreiber a as the t e quiet quietunderstanding quietunderstanding
understanding undenitandJ of the th youngsters abU abllbable abUIt a tU tUIty
It Ity to trim th the best of the New York Yorttbaw Yorkhabtes
baw bable when right rl < < bt Schreibers Sclsntl1 ers colt coltcontracted coateontra coltcontracted
contracted eontra ted a Might bloot po poIaonin poIaoninwhile potsontaf potsontafwhile nolD nolDhtle
while htle In his stall taU at t Saratoga Bars t three threeweeks throew threeweeks
weeks w x ago SO Schreiber noticed the colt coltlimp coltlimp Jt Jt111p
limp and on examining examlnln fate off Mad Madhock hiedhoek htndbock
hock discovered a swelling swelltn < < abrasion no nolaifer bOla nolarger
larger la r than the circumference of oCalckd a anickel anickel
nickel Next day fever set hi and a the thewhole Utewhole thewhole
whole lower portion of the leg Ie IeInftallNCl leginflamed < < became becameInflamed
Inflamed For some time timeItl Schrdber and andhis andhis
his Itl assistant astanta were we at s lo loss to account ac account account ¬
count for the strange occurrence occurrenceDeadly oe oeDoadly occurrenceDeadly
Deadly Spiders SpidersHe SpitlersHe SpidersFie
He couldnt have kicked himself nor norcogld JIO JIOtCpld nocould
could he have scratched his foot against againstthe j jthe Ithe
the planed hardwood sidings which kh the thelate thelate I
late W C Whitney had placed plat in all the thestabling th thertabltag
stabling IIUt bllnii of the Spa some years ago agoFinally apFhuanv agoFinally I
Finally John EL E Madden came along to toconsole toconsole
console co llOle Schreiber who ho bad then resign resigned r red resigned ¬ I
ed himself to taking Jack out of o training train trainIng tralaInlI
Ing and declaring Mclarln < < from the Futurity FuturityMadden Ftturtl FtturtlMdden FuturityMadden
Madden looked over the premises prem Sud Suddenly Suddenly ¬
denly d ly he stuck his cane In a far away awaycorner awayorn awaycorner
corner orn awl down do dropped a nest of ofAdirondack ofAdirondack
Adirondack black baack spiders There Is the theanswer theanswer I I
answer declared Madden as the long longcreepers longI longcreepers
creepers spread rea4 about bout the floor It ap appear appears ¬ I Itbeee
pears pear theae black mountain solders soldersore spidersare pId
ore more like tarantula than ordinary ordinaryhotpe onttnar onttnarhc ordinarybottsa
hotpe hc spiders Wten annoyed they willbite will willWte wilthUe J
hUe and their bite blt Is It venomous venomous bat not notto nntI notto
to tc a fatal degree degreeFour drHPour degreeFour
Four year ago a Madden M cn had two horse h horaaon i I Ion IOft I
on the sick ai k list lit because of spider bites biteswhile batHI biteswhile
while one of his colored stable table help all allb allbttt aUbut
b but it cashed in too Horace E anothercolt another anothercolt aaothmcolt
colt brought kilt by Schreiber and andwhich andwhich nd ndnlcb
which nlcb he sold soldtAt to the Meaer x Ramy Ra y fcr fcrJtSGM ferIs fcrts0e
JtSGM ts0e is too fcmall and light Il < < t t in flesh to toshow tosMW toshow
show th the class credit A him He ha baa not notgrown notxrown notgrown
grown an inch since ilIDC leaving lea vfnlI MemphisTenn Memphis MemphisTenn MemllhlaTenn
Tenn last a8t MaySalvidere May MaySalvidere
Salvidere the Greatest GreatestAll GreatestAn GreatestAll
All In alt n I regard r rd Salvlder aa thegreatest the thegreatest I Isreatt I
greatest colt lt of e the th year with Water WaterPearl WaterPearl ter terPearl
Pearl almost as rut and classy Salvi Salvidore Salvidere Salvidere
dere went to John Jo n E Madden M from the thesales theIe thesales
sales Ie ring at Brighten Beach whither whitherhe whitherhe
he had tad been consigned by Trainer TrainerBoV TralnerBolt TrainerBola
Bolt Tucker of the disbanding dl bndlnlI Brown Brownable Brownable Brownable
able able for Sm 118 He has h won Just jt41AO
41510 for Madden since then and couldnot could couldnot couldnot
not be purchased purcha ed today for y40Ma y40MaFountalnblus 41 41lountainblue M6 M6FountalnWue
FountalnWue came East from Louis Louisville Lou LouvUle Louisville ¬
ville Ky K with F A Forsythe of Lexington Lex Lexington LexIngton ¬
ington Ty He won two creditableraces creditable creditableraces creditablerac
races rac races s and then Diamond Jim Brady Bradysecured B Bradysecured dy dysecured
secured him at 5000 Of course th thstory the thostor thestory
story stor of Electioneer is s well known knownThis knownThis knownThis
This colt Is by VoUw Vot from the welt wellknown weltkftown weltknown
known mare Quesnal Billy Lakeland Lake Lakeland Lakeland ¬
land the old time Jocxey who wonfame won wonfame wontame
fame In the days of the Bay District Districtcourse Districtcourse Districtcourse
course at San Francisco Cal and the theMetarle theMetarle theMetarle
Metarle course at New Orleans La Labought Labought Labought
bought Electioneer EI Uoneer a see 8 a yearling for
2900 James R Keene nail au given Ma Major MaI Major ¬
jor Thomas of Dlxlana Dixla is Farm a free freeservice fr frservice freeservice
service of his hi sire Voter The Major Majormated Majormated Iajormated
mated Quesnal Funny thing that three threeyears threee threeyears
years e later the progeny Electioneer Electioneershould Electioneershould Electioneershould
should beat Keenes own entry Pope PopeJoan PopeJoan PopeJoan
Joan for the a7M first rst money and the therenown therenown therenown
renown of the ISO l00i Futurity something somethingElectioneer somethingElecl somethingRlectieneer
Electioneer Elecl Rlectieneer ner did as we all 11 know on onSeptember onSeptember onSeptember
September 1 last lastBoth la8tBoth letBoth
Both Salvidere and Electioneer are areslow areslow areslow
slow beginners but resolute finishers finishersBoth ftnlshersBoth finishersBoth
Both will develop into tremendous tremendousthreeyoar tremendousthroeYOBrolds tremendousthreepeaolds
threeyoar throeYOBrolds olds Yankee t fun wn is theone the theone theone
one and only horse In Oscar Lewishon Lewishonstable Lewl Lewiahonrstable hono honos
stable s ble He was AS running over the leadera lead leaders leaders ¬
ers In th the Futurity when the finish finishcame finishcame finishcame
came He is a son of Yankee and a agreat agreat agreat
great big colt James R Keenes Keene Peter PeterI PeterPan P tel telPan
I Pan sulked in the Futurity and Is R bit bitoverrated
1 overrated though of the first class at atthat atthnt atthat
I 1 that
Will Require Roamre R fl ire Tested Seals to t Be Used Uaadin Usedin 1 1in
in Determining Dt8rJDhti Weight If f Dices DiacticShot Dt8CtlsSnet DicesShot
Shot ad Hammer HammerXKW HammerNEW HammerNEW
NEW YORK Sept ITo To prevent tne tnefrequent the thetrtltlueat thefrequent
frequent mistake made in the annouacement an announcement aDDOuacement ¬
nouncement of now w record in 1 weightthmwteE weight weightthrowtm welcbttbrow
throwtm tbrow af contests the A A U at its itsnext Itanext itsnext
next meeting MeeUn will suggest gt that a new sewrule newrule I I
rule be paaaed requiring all officers omee at atathletic atthletJc atthletlc
athletic games pm sanctioned by the na national national ¬ I 1
tional body to use tested scale I forthe for forthe
the weighing of the discus uc shot JIhotmer or orhammer ashammer J
hammer mer By this tis mean mesas uta th the A A U Uhope 17hopes
hope II pea to eliminate the t e possibility of re receiving reeeag recelvlag ¬ I I
ceiving fate fatal record recordIt recordsIt
It has Ja a often happened that after an anathletic anaUdedc anathletic I
athletic meet Iet the annottncemynt DOUaeetatUlat 1 Is made madethat madethat
that one of the contestants broke theWOrlds the theworlds thewortd
worlds wortd record JtCOICI in the shotput or ham hammer haDlor hamO1 ¬
mer O1 or discus throw and an an4 the same 0 Isaccepted is isAccepted Iated
Accepted ted by the sportloving public pu Ue as astree asBut astine
tine tree But when It comes to an Investi Investigation In investigadoe t tpdolt ¬
gation it ha happened nearly a as asthat often oftenthat ottentlaa
that tlaa at t the missiles were found to be be below below ¬
low weight bt or defective in other re respect reaoecta respects ¬
spect and the record r rda were therefore thereforethrown tberetoretbro thereforethrown
thrown tbro out Not that there was wa any anyunderhanded anyunderhanded
underhanded work but the weights weightswere wlchtsw weightswere
were w re weighed on Incorrect scales scalesJohn scalesJohn 1iCal 1iCalJob
John J Dolan of the IrishAmericanAthletic Ih IrishAmerican IrishAmericanAthletic rlcD
Athletic Club Club ha baa au sent to the of onlce > ce of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the chairman of the th record r < < onI committee committeeof I
of the A A U two weightsone weights wei < < htsOfte one sup supposed SUPI supposed ¬ I
posed to be twentyeight pounds and andthe andtbe andthe
the other fiftysix pound pouDdawbkh which were wererecently wenrefllnUy wererecently i
recently used in I eomp competitions Utton An In Investigation investlgatlon ¬
vestigation e tJpUon showed that the twentyeight twenty twentyeight twentyelht
eight pound one weighs wel ha only 27 lbs I
13 ox 188 gr and the one which was wasused waaused wasused
used by b John Flanagan supposed > > to toweigh toweigh i iweltith s
weigh fiftysix pounds weighed only onlySo
55 lbs 8 ox and alit grains grainsniQPIIQQfn grainsBETTING aln alnBETTING
Advisability of Pnioelling Pe PMle1Ji i elHBg Should BeLeft Be BeLeft I
Left Entirely Xth ly t te LoealOption Loeal LoealOption I IOptil
Option OptionBOSTON OptilBOCTON OptionAo4TOh
BOSTON Sept pt SC W LaaaUe one oneof OIHof oneof
of the most prominent and influential lfuenUalmembers influentialmember lDauentlalJftfte
member Jftfte of the Gentlemens Driving DrivingClub DrlYincCIJb DrivingCtyb
Club over whose track the grand cirtutt cir circuit etrMIlt ¬
MIlt meeting m Unc AU wa recently conducted at atRoadvUle atBdvlJ atRodvilk
RoadvUle BdvlJ ha has advanced some important importantidea Importantideas ImPortantldea
idea ideas concerning betting betu on the circuitof circuit circuitof cireuJtof
of especial 1aI interest In in view of the a ecU ecUracing tl tlracing UP UPraclnr
racing agitation now going on in this thissection lb lbMeUen thisseeUon
section sectionWhy MeUenWhy
Why not Dot leave the matter of betting bettingto
to the community in which hleh trotting trottingmeeting trottlqare trottingmeetings
meeting are re conducted said he Inother In Inother I Iother
other word ona let local option prevailjust prevail prevailJust prevailJut
Just the same as la the traffic of liquor liquorI
I f venture the prediction that should the thematter theJaatter thematter
matter of wagering D < < on the t e trots trot be sub submitted subI submitted ¬
mitted to the community In which race racemeeting raceUnp racemeetings
meeting Unp are re held ninetenths alnete UUI of ofthe otpopulaCfl ofthe
the populace would vote for poolsell poolsellInff pool8eJlline
line InffThe Inff
The difficulty dlf culty of the t e whole thing thin thincoattnUfJd thingcontinued j jcontinued
continued Mr Laaalle is that we are aremisunderstood aremtuad areminmderstsod
misunderstood mtuad toJOd There are just a as many manyhighclass manyhighclass
highclass hh kuIa sportsmen Identified with the thei thetrotters theirottera
i trotters a as there are with the runners runnersand I II
and if we could only bring 1H1n our people peopleit
it tf t believe this we might be able ble to get geta setlaw geta
a law passed In thi this State which would wouldplace wouldrlaoe wouldrlacc
place us on as firm a basis aa racing racingnow racln raclnnow racingnow
now IK in New ew York state stateMr atateMr stateMr
Mr Lasalle comment i Ie thought to tobe tobe tobe
be particularly appropriate a proprlate inasmuch aa aathe a athe asthe
the courts have bav just upheld the legality legalityof I UlY UlYul
of betting Mttln < < between man and man manJOKE manI manJOKE
Sam Bernard collected the last of his hisb8U hisbeta nisbets
bets which hleb he won on Cans yesterday yestrdayqd yesterdayand yesterdayand
and consequently he wa was in a goodbumor goodhumor good goodhumor
humor last nighta night a storytelling tory mn bUlUoraecordlns humoraccording humor humoraccording
according to the New York TelegraphYIh TelegraphWish Telegraph TelegraphWish
Wish r Id d won the money Jl1 some otthoae oftbose of ofthose
those Westerners Vet raen did mused SamGrtat SamGreat Sam SamGreat
Great sports tit those m men n out there Inthe in inthe I Ithe
the W WSfet Weet t Hank Brownot Brown of Fargo theperoua theprosperous the theprosperous
prosperous peroua contractor might have become become be become ¬
come a famous ta drIverot driver of fast horses honeshad horseshad horseshad
had he not attended a racing meet Inthe inthe in inthe
the early days day There was wa a a larecrowd largecrowd large largecrowd
crowd out and Budd Doble was alft in m theanmdstaad thegrandstand the thegrandstand
anmdstaadHUtk grandstandHank grandstand grandstandHank
Hank had a horse that be had enterfCI entered en entered ¬
tered In the twoBOmetb twosomething class ela Thehorse ThehorN The Thehorw
horN was wa a big raasy rangy fellow with nottlJO nottoo not nottX
tX too > much muchpeed peed but Hank thought hewas hewas he hewas
was the podAU goodsAll goods goodsAll
All the horses except Hanks hadpassel had hadliaased
passel 1 the grandstand neck and n neckon neck neckun ck ckun
un the first half It was a 1teautlfulrace beautifulrace beautiful beautifulrace
race Trailing behind about twenty twentyhim
rods came the big hi hor horse Hank urging
him on When hen he wa was In front of the thegrandstand theIJrand thegrandstand
grandstand IJrand tand Doble stood up and yelled yelledat yeHedat yelledat
at the top of his voice voiceTake voiceTake voicefake
Take the first turn to the left
Hank All the others have gone that thatHank that thatwa thatway
wa way
waHank Hank drove hi nil horse to the barn barnACase barnACase barnACase
ACase of Imperial Export Exportthis Exportnear
near la a good thinS to have hAnd handy at a t
this veason in particular p rtScular Delicious re r ¬
fleshing healthful 2 3 dozen dozenbottles dozenbottles
bottles 1 of this t superb light 1 1beer 1 n r rWAsiiiirQTb
beer 125 125W S SWe
We WAsiiiirQTb W ASRXNOTON GoN BKEWEKV Cofifth cb cbtilth co co1tth
fifth 1tth and 1 F Streets 27 1rE E Phone Phone1l 21 as 254
Would Be Great Chance for forDane forDane forDare
Dane to Show If HesStill Hes HesStill HesStill
Still There ThereBy ThereBy ThereBy
Hares If a shrewd Nwd suggestionIdaho suggestion suggestionMake
Make 111 Battling BatUI Nelson fight KM Sulli Sullivan Sulllvaa Sullivan ¬
van fifteen or twenty tweat round rou routtdo m III Balti BalUmere Baltimore Baltlbelon ¬
more before he is given another not chance chanceat chanceat chancet
at t Joe flans OansNelson 0 0NelNn flansNelson
Nelson forged his way rapidly to the thetop thetop thetop
top lost to dans 0 the lightweight champiea cham champion ebampion ¬
pion in fortytwo rounds ad la enti entitled entltlecI entitled ¬
tled to consideration cons ra4toslf IT he g gda ta rid ofBilly of ofBilly ofBilly
Billy Xo Nolan NoJaaSulHvan NolanSullivan > an anSullivan
Sullivan the MaD ManIf Maswas MaDI
It Nelson Is as pOd a maD now as he heI hewas
was before he took that fearful lacing lacingfrom lacingfrom
from fro Oans Oan he is a wonder and ad sets eet anew a anew aIMW
new mark in pugilism Pus Iam for be will be bevented bethe bethe
the only man on whom Cane baa ever fvrveated evervented
vented his spleen and skill in a longr ten tenontest long IenKonteat
r onteat who had b had d anything left > > en He He1Jl He1JlUIICIoubtedJ7 win winundoubtedly willundoubtedly
undoubtedly do a lot of challenging cbaneatft and andoccupy andecrupy andoccupy
occupy much newa newspaper r space talkingabout talking talkingabout talk Ing Ingabout
about how he was Jobbed and how he heis hei heis
is i still un the goods but as a matter of offact orfact offact
fact no man who has studied the situ situation situation situation ¬
ation closely will take ke any stock in him himuntil himuntil himuntil
until be shakes the Nolan person and andby andby andby
by a couple of good hard fights demon demonstrates dem demonstrates n natrct ¬
strates atrct that he is still 11 there and not a asitcked a aked asucked
sucked ked out lemon lemonNo lemonNo
No better man for a trial horse in this thiscontingency thillcOlltln thiscontingency
contingency cOlltln ney could be b found than Kii KiiSullivan
Sullivan > They met t in n Baltimore this thisand thissprlag thisspring
spring a year ago for six tx rounds and andthe andthe 01 01the
the referees opinion was that the Washington Wash Washington uh uhIncton ¬
ington man had the better of the Dane Daneand DaneI
and should have had the Us long lop < < end of ofent ofI ofthe
the purse p but a secret agreement ent was wasspvung waspala wasspwmg
spvung pala upon Billy BUt l Rocap who was wa ofhetatiag of officiating ofaeta ¬
ficiating aeta to tothe the effect that there was wasto 1 wasto S Sto
to b be a draw If both men were on their theirfeet theireel theirfeet
feet eel at toe t1Mligltt anlsn fnlNtFight anlsnFight
Fight Alikelullivan Alike AHkeSullivan AlikeSullivan
Sullivan Is exactly sited stI ted tn t Nelson NelsonHis N NelsonHis lson lsonHia
His principal stock in trade are an anability anto anability
ability to stand punishment and a fierce fiercebody ftfrcebody fiercebody
body punch which la of course par particularly partlcularly particularly ¬
ticularly effective e < < etlv on a man coming COII nc inHe in inHe inHe
He could not box the u Dane oaa as wel as asOaas asGaas lS lSI
Oaas did but would meet his rushes rushesand rushpsand rushesand
and in the infighting which the Dan DanInvites Danvlt Dane Daneinvites >
Invites vlt by 1 y his constant COD Ulnt plunging into intoclinches int intI intoclinches
clinches Sullivan with his powerful powerfulalmost powerfulI powerfulalmost
almost musclebound anna a should d deven deven > rI
even better ttB work than Oans OansNelson G GI GanaI
Nelson has demonstrated that he is isnot iti isnot
not particularly dangerous wtb rtb hispunch his hispunch 11sI
punch and Sullivan has proved in manycontests many manycontests ma1YcontMU
contests and by accepting some as astonishingly asI astoniahingiy ¬
tonishingly hard blows blo that he is nota not nota nota
a man easily Uy put away Therefore it is ishard 18bani ishard
hard to see where bete the Washington man manwould manwould mans
would have any too much of a job to tostay tolay tostay
stay lay fifteen round with Kelson orperhaps or orperhaps orrha
perhaps rha put him bl down end out outFate outFate outFate
Fate of f link U k Russell RussellIf
If 1 Nelson meets meet Sullivan he is likely likelyto llkfl llkflto likelyto
to find that he ha b baa all he can handle handleLast handlforat handleLast
Last winter Sullivan met Unk Va Russell RussellIn
In Baltimore in a fifteenround draw drawthat drawthat drawthat
that was the best fight that has beenseen been beenseen n nHen
seen in the Monumental City in years yearsTo yearlI yearsTo
To all appearnaces the Kid looked likehe like likehe likeI
he had gotten his but in his mild man manner manner manner ¬
ner he swore volubly that he was will willing wlllII willlag ¬
II lag and able to go twenty rounds more moreIt moreIt moreIt
It was w not known at that time thatRussell that thatRussell thatRull
Russell had been taken away in a hack hackI h8 hackand < k knd
and nd was to stay y in bed for three weeksLast weeks weeksLast weeksLat
Last week Russell was beaten In In Indianapolis Indlanapol Indlanapolta ¬
dianapolis by Joe Oalllgan of Chicago Chicagoa Chka o oa
a boy not known In the East and prob probably probably probably ¬
ably of no great ability a In ten rounds roundsThis r unds undsThis undsTh
This Th carries out the prediction made mad inthese in inthese inthew
these columns some time U ago 0 that Rue Russell RUIeell Ruesell ¬
sell would never be a really classy classyfighter classyqhter classyfighter
fighter again that walloping from theseemingly the theseemingly theMemln
seemingly Memln ty whipped Sullivan put an end endto endto endto
to his career as a near topnotcher topnotcherCwKeraiBgDead topnotcherC topnotcherCeneeraiag
C Ceneeraiag CwKeraiBgDead cern RgDead Dead ODes OaesThe ODesThe OnesThe
The list of dead ones who have theprice the theprice theprI
price prI < < to buy wine for boosters along alongnames alongB alongBroadway
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