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Illness of Schaefer and Mc McBride 11cBride McBride
Bride Offers Him Work WorkAgainst WorkAgainst WorkAgainst
Against Brooklyn BrooklynMAY BrooklynMAY BrooklynMAY
Spring Games Games With Old LeagueWorth League LeagueWorth LeagueV
Worth V orth Increasing IncreasingI IncreasingPeculiar IncreasingPeculiarFight Peculiar PeculiarFight > eculiarFight
Fight Law Lawy
Shortstop Sho p George GHI e McBride and Second SecondBaseman SecondBa8eman SecondBaseman
Baseman Germany many Schaefer were ero re reported re reOrtecf reported ¬
ported much better thi this morning whenranager whentTanager when whenManager
Manager McAleer McA1eerc called on them and andthere andthere andthere
there to lea a bare chance that they may mayb maybp maybe
b bp seen difcporttng dl d rung In the Washington Washingtonlineup Wa WashingtonlinPu hlngton hlngton1Infu
lineup 1Infu linPu agataot th the Brooklyn National NationalLeague NationalLeague RtionaJLeague
League teem Sehaef er and McBride McBridercere McBrideere McBridewere
were ere both suddenly Jy afflicted of flcted with at attickr attiCk attackF
tiCk of stomach trouble that laid themlots them themlow
low 10 but Schaefers case was Was not as bad badfcs bads badbs
fcs thatof that of his fellowrsufferer fellowrsuffererIts
Its an ill fVDd viad that blows no on ongood ongood one onegood
good and th the llbiees of two infielders infieldersat S
at this time giTes Tom Crooks the th pros prospect prospect prospect ¬ I
pect of wjrktag kilng at first base whiletnglaub whiletnglaub while whileTnglaub
Tnglaub Ir shifted to second Crooks is isEtill IsIrtlll Isstill
Etill a young man and has much to tolearn tolearn
learn 1 AH the practice he can get getagainst getagainst et etagainst
against major talent t in the exhibition exhibitionfames exhIbitioname exhibitionSa
fames Sa ame lea will help him just that much muchJMoAleer mu muchfoAleer h hMcAleer
JMoAleer foAleer likes hlmlkand his style and has hassaid hasE hasBald
said E 1d that he was etns gamSto to keep him One OneioC Onethe OneCr
ioC the arguments for Crooks is his hisrecord hisrecord hisrecord
record as a heavy fbttter CblttMn ttttor jn the minors minorsbut minorsbut minorsbut
but Unglaub has ftxiag onto first base basepo basepo
po tenaclouly this year r that Crooks has hasnot hasnot hasriot
not had many oppontunltles to demon demonstrate domontrate demonstrate ¬
strate how much oftfhis batting eye re remains r ra1ns rernalns ¬
mains mainsof a1ns
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It the Washington steam m finishes last lastthis lastthis
this year look out fori a bill In the next nextCQn nextCongress
CQn Congress s prohibiting tbo tho pJaying ot a abl5tball ab
bl5tball b tse all g within ten thousand feet teetor feetof
of any rock or soil eotiF tor or within twentytaousand twenty twentythousand twentytousand
thousand feet of ar airy t still or running runningwater runnIngwatcr runningwater
water This will not be prohibition of ofoTurae ofnJne to tocurse
curse but a proper propt c and reasonable reasonableregulation reasonable1gulation reasonablem
regulation m lation to protect the morals of theice the theianB
ice ianB
A St Louis paper reports that Harry HarryHowell HrryHowell HarryHowell
Howell has about an even chance of re recovering recovering recovering ¬
covering the use u e of his arm This will willbe willbe willbe
be welcome tidings for Howell is one oneof oneot oneof
of the cleanest t cutplayers in the game gameand gmeand gameand
and his misfortune misfortunodn > in losing lo ing his earning earningopacity larnlngpaclty earningt
< opacity because u e ofan of an injured arm was waskeenly WIUI1eenly waskeenly
keenly regretted f by b all who knew him himlie himHf himlie
lie ruined that salary any wing through throu h a atoo atoo atr
too tr o great eagerness to show his ginger gingerS gingerh
S in a spring exhibition game and Moleer Mc Mcleer 110I
leer I er who 110 wa wa then managing the St StLouis StLouts StLouts
Louts team teamlbUl has ever kept that acicdent acicdentn aclcd8lltmind acledentmind
n mind in handling his Was Washingtontalent Washington WashingtonGet lngton lngtontalent
talent talentGet talentGet
Get in On thatVEliaoeXews Ttmo ws Marathon MarathonIt
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It was a wise e moveon the part of the1fhinJton theashington the theV
V ashlngton owners to IICh schedule ue earlyfJTlfS earlyf early earlyjries
fJTlfS f jries with the National League clubsprd clubst clubs clubserd
t erd r d it 1a i Ukel likely that next season thefytem thestem the thepystejn
pystejn stem will be much m more re extensivelyi extensively extensivelydeveloped
i developed fJoped There Is j fa a great need forome forsome for forcome
come ome scheme which will enable thesans thetans the thefans
fans of oneteam ca cities 8 like Washing WashingTon
Ton TI to see the baseball material 1 in thehfr thehPr the theher
her league e Whl While the exhibition uhlbltlOnnntests exhibitionntests exhibitionntests
ntests are not otton of the sameclF samer same samettps
r ttps clF as th those Nle seen n in the regularampIOlUlhlp regulara regular regularaniploniinlp
< am aniploniinlp loaship series a true fan likesv likes
t v < look look over the wellknown playersc playerswhen players
c n when they are not forced to got got go got
t E fir r limit It would make a great hitthis hit hiti
1 i this town to have the New Yorknts YorkE York Torkants
< ants nts and the Chicago Cubs come herec here
c a game or two in the spring andUrrp and andtTP
1 tTP + rrp i Is n a possibility that something oftr of ofI
1 tr I sort may be done next yearJm yearJ year yearJim
J Jim m Je Jeffries < rIe8 sweet con1klonce confidence In blmE11 him himErlt him himself ¬
self is a life saver ver to the space writers writeisilI writersWill writersWill
Will ill that Massachusetts deUs law against againsten
en ring into a contract in that State Statei Statelight
i > light somewhere els else hold good We Wei Weht Ve Veht
i uhi ht it very seriously If it should be beiy bey
iy y sustained by the Supreme Court of ofUnited ort
t > t ° United States the man foolish foolishtigh foollahI
I tigh n tgh gh to become a resident of Maasa Maasausetts l1aasauSfUs Massausetts
usetts would be for the rest of his hisHi h18it hisat
Hi at it the mercy of every paternal and andI
I litanical t itan cal conceit which the horde of ofotcssKmal ofI ofI
I nt otcssKmal ssibnal reformers within its borders bordersr bordersgut
r gut ht slip through a Legislature trem tremnK tremn tremng
nK n before fure the demands of en eni ennchltled enehlsed
i nchiscd mollycoddles moll yoodd le Boxing is not notunmoral notumoral notu
unmoral u moral and in some States of the theTnum theTnlOn theTninn
Tnum it is spectft speclflcsOlv 1ft aly 1Iv not illegal Fur Further Further Further ¬
ther it is s not entirely entl ly Illegal 1II t in Mae X88ll X88llC K KcliusKats
cliusKats C 11 u osette tta and flourishes today in Boston Bostonpite B06tonrtpit Bostonc
c < > rtpit spite the weird decisions which have havemade avef havemade
made f lade Boston referee a Joke The quib quibblii qulbbll quibbu
blii of the learned Judge jU g to the effect effectthat effecttat effectrat
that entering onterln into a fighting Oi contract contractwi
wi t uld frt like entering into a contract contractr contractasachuMtts I
r a > Masjachwetts Uus achusetts to rob a iran one totnevh onen ne neWhH
n WhH vh hf < re > else is in perfect Keeping with the thecharacter theCaracter thecaracter
Caracter of the L1 law itself and whoever whoeverreed whoeverIred whoeverreed
reed it through < h the Legislature LegIa1at re It Itif Ita Ita
if a sad condition if a man in thi thiuntry thlIlluntry this thisuntry
Illuntry < < > untry cannot enter into a contract In Inose InCi litoe
ose Ci e State to carry out a a perfectly legal legalcontract logalntract legalContract
contract ntract in another anotherHope AotherHope anotherHope
Hope Bit Happs throwingfarra throwingt rm is all allright nilrIght allright
right his But time out outNowa outNews outNews
News comes fromDetroit that Stanage Stanageaiid stanaseil Stanagesi
aiid si l Cawe f will probably be the regular regularcatchers regularcatcbers regularcatchers
catchers 1 iw r that team te m this year and andtnat andtnat andtnat
tnat Schmidt and Beckendorf will be on onth onth onth
th bench It is a great gre t pity that Jenrtngg Jen Jenrings Jcnnlnga
rings has not been able to round out his hisipam hispam histeam
pam by getting tUng a classy CIU8 backstop backstops backstophmtdt
s hnwilt hml t is an awful frost for a team teamotherwise teamHherw1M teama
otherwise a so strong but it is a question questionwhether qUMUonYhether questiontv
whether tv Stanag and d Casey Cue will be any anyvast an anast anyast
vast ast improvement improvementAn
An added ded feature at the baseball festivities fes festivities restiVltif ¬
tivities > this th afternoon is the result of ofthe ofthe ofttte
the offer by George Evans E to take his hisminstrel hltln hisminstrel
minstrel n n lrei band of H Honey Boys to the theKaroe thearp thegame
game arp between Washington and Brook Brookivn Brooklyn
lyn 1 n aloasr aJon with his entire troupe tropPeoffer The Theoffer Theftfer
offer was wa accepted tEd by Manager Mc McAleer Mele McAleer
Aleer le < Tonight the two baseball dubs dubsn
n rd r1 the baseball writers will be the thets thei thestn
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tionals t ional Caecoad < second team I Lynchburg LynchburgVirginia LynchburgI
I Virginia VirginiaAt l lAt 1At
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Joseph Jost > ph 2L Stoddard of the Cook d Stoddard Company is receiving congratulations on th baut beauty b allty ry f the com companys companys tompartys ¬
panys new automobile < salesroom at 1313 H street northwest The salesroom sa1e room was formally opened Monday and andthere andthore andChore
there has been a constant procession of motorists to inspect what is conceded to be one of the finest and best bestequipped bMtequipped bestequipped
equipped auto salesrooms In this section of the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The building is twentythree feat wide Ide and 140 feet deep affording ample space for th tM display of the com ooapanys companys eotBpanys ¬
panys full line of cars which consist of the Pierce Arrow Arro Cadillac C tUc Uac Franklin and Baker One model of each of ofthese otthese ofthese
these makes mak s is shown and it will be the aim of the company comp8 to have show cars OB the door r at ail times In the therear t1aerear therear
rear is a large It rge room where tvlll be kept In stock all kinds of parts for the cars represented prOlleftt d Back of the stock stockroom Rackroom stockroom
room is Mr Stoddards Sto 4ards private office while whileln In the extreme treme rdar r is a place for the storage ofthres of throe t demonstrating demonstratingcars
cars carsThe The appointments of the salesroom are in keeping with the eharacter of the cars represented I which are areamong Aleamong areamong
among the leading makes of the country countryStory countlJi t tN tf
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Jefferlts declares he is an American Americanthrough AmMIeanthrough Americanthroegh
through and ttrour throurh of Scandinavian or orNorso ororse orNorse
Norse orse Viking Meek and relates some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fighting done by the Jefferics family familyb am1lybeC familybetorb
beC betorb b torfe his time tineTells timeTells timeTells
Tells of early e dy IUperkU eaperleacee xp rte c ces B at bAs birth WrthpJacc birthplace birthplace
place Carroll Ohio Champfcw says s Ms Mslove 111 111Jove hislove
love of hunting was born d daring ria Ms ltI child ohtWbood ohUdhood childhood
hood days Narrates arratee d detalb UI aUe > a of ala first firstdeer Aratdeer Asstdeer
deer a bent T Learned a1Ded some fighting at at1Ichoot atsneer t tschool
school schoolHad 1IchootHad sneerHad
Had narrow escape t pe witH negro fellow fellawworkman fellowwortanan fellowworltman
workman Explains the myM mystery ry of Ms Msgreat 11111srt hisgreat
great reserve strength Recalls J3i oxclpng ex exdttAs exdlftC
dttAs adventure in the Mils Sacs So he behappenod heJuappeD hehappened
happened JuappeD to become a professtonal boxer boxerand boxeraM boxerand
and advises hard work for expo exponents xpoB nts ts of oftbe olthe ofthe
the art Love ot boxing made him for fors forke forsake
s sake k ke his trade traoeSays tradeSS tradeSays
Says chance of o a lifetime came to him himwhen blmwheR himwhen
when he was offered aad accepted a aberth aNrt aberth
berth as c traldiae trat tltg partner to Jim Corfeett CorfeettPelatas Cor CorbettP tt ttRelata
Pelatas P elatesexperlencea exparlencea enCell of training sp peon ll with withCorbett withCorbett withCorbett
Corbett CorbettS Corbetts CorbettSees
S s es Cerbett lose tee oaampioniaipt oaampioniaiptCHAPTER ohamvonlhlpCHAPTER ohamptonshlpeX
I Start After That Championship ChampionshipS ChampionshipAs ChampionshipA
S a lOOn on as the big fight at Carson CarsonA Carsonas Carsonwas
A was as all over Corbett was rushed rushedoff ru rushedoff hed hedoft
As A
off to San Francisco on a special specialtrain specialtrain specialtrain
train They had intended to get gethim gethim gethim
him there in time for a big reception receptionbut re epUon epUonbut
but that was as all off of course courseThe courseTh courseThe
The Th snow 800 began to fall again in the theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon Without waiting to see the theother theother theother I
other fights that wee to go on at atocieek 2 3oclock 2octock
octock Charlie White and I left the thearena thearena I
arena and went ent for a long walk through throughthe through throughthe I
the back k streets of Carson We e were werehalf werehalt werehalf
half stunned by the unexpectedness of ofIt otIt ofIt
It all It changed ctHmb our plans in a mo ntomeijt moRleqt momogt
meijt Rleqt Instead of starting eastward eastwardwith Stward1th eastwardwith
with 1th a great eat hurrah w WC < were up against againstit
it It
ItI I felt a little blue myself aside from frombeing Crombeing frombeing
being sorry 8OII for Corbett Cor tt because I knew knewnow knewno knewnow
now no that the only thing coming to me mefor metor mefor
for several w weeks ks of hard work ork was the theexperience thexperlenee theexperience
experience In a way I had been gam gambling ll1mbUng gmhung ¬
bUng on the light If Corbett had won wonwe wonwe wonwe
we would have had a liberal share of ofhis otltI ofhis
his ltI winnings ln lng But it was winner take takeall takeall
all and he and his brothers had all bet betheavily betheRUy betheavily
heavily on his chance and they were all allbig allbig allbig
big losers losersCharlie 1o losersCharlie eJ
Charlie ChM le White and I walked ed down the thestreets thestreets
streets and around Qnd corners for a long longtime lOntUme longtime
time without saying ying a word I was wasthinking wagthlnklft4 wasthinking
thinking he he fight over round by roundAfter round roundAfter roundUter
After a wnlle I stopped and asked askedCharlie aekedChrlle askedCharlie
Charlie are those e two really great greatheavyweights greatbea greatheavyw
heavyweights heavyweightsMy bea heavyw eights elgttslIY eightsMy
My boy saW White ite today you youhave youhave youhave
have seen the two tw greatest men that thatever thateoer thatever
ever met in the ring ringI
I stopped to think that over over but I Ididnt Ididnt Idldnt
didnt feel convinced convincedDo convlnoedDo
Do you ou think theyre so great I Iasked Iasked Iasked
asked askedIve askedulvo askedIve
ulvo Ive followed the game since I was wasMENS waBI wasMENS
ID I At Atz AtzNew 2 2Kew h hNew
New shapes in soft and stiff stiffHats stiffHatsthe I
Hats Hatsthe the best hats ever offeredin offered offeredin offerein
in this city for 2 2EISEMAN
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a 1 boy said White and these e two are
0 best men Ive ever seen seenThen seenThon seenThen
Then Im going to be champion c of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world I said I can ca bat either eitherof eitherat eitherof
of them and I know eM it ItI itI
I might not want 1Lat to write rite this down downit downhere downhere
here Ie It waaut 80 easy to prove thatit that thatit
it wasnt conceit conc it that made me e say y it itI it itI ItI
I made m d good I beat them both bothWe bothWe bothWe
We had brou brot > tt t our grip a atl an l suit suitcases suitcases t tcases
cases down to Carson Carso on th the rig while whilecoming WilDecomlRS whilecoming
coming to the fight So so that we w could couldleave eouldlve couldleave
leave without driving away aW out to the tbeSpring tMSprln1 theSpdngr
Spring again The sports were scat scattered xattored scattored ¬
tored in all directions and we were scat scattering cttorJng scattering ¬
tering with w Ith them Since that day rye Iveoften rveoCten ryeoften
often Riot Corbett aDd McV McVey y and andWoods andWoods andWoods
Woods and Kid Egan and the college collegeathlete eollegeathlete < e eaUa1et
athlete and Deigns and White but butweve butwee butweve
weve rver been together at the same sametime metime sametime
time since the good old day daft at Car Carson Carson Carson ¬
son sonAs
sonAs As for me I was going back to San SanPrancleoo SanFranclbco SanFraneIeco
Prancleoo light 1Jg t heartedly hertedl enough e for I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had a fight 01 0 hand myself m Hlf The match matchwith matchwltb matchwith
with Van Btwktrk had been signed up upagain upa upagain
again a In Billy Bill Delaney had plenty of oftime ottime oftime
time to attena to my affairs so he be became became became ¬
came my manager The Van Busktnc Busktnctight BuatlntftSht Buskiratight
tight was w dated for April 9 three weeks weeksafter weekatter weeksafter
after Corbett and Fitzsimmons FJt lmmona Nat Naturally Naturally Rt Rturall ¬
urally urall I was in great shape butI but I filled filledIn ftlledin tilledin
In the three weeks eU with more hard work workI
I had a trainer and manager myself myselfnow myselfnow eit eitnow
now aDd was beginning to feel like likei Ukesomebody likesomebody
i somebody somebodyBefore somebodyBelora somebodyBefore
Before describing the fight with Van VanBuskirk VanBuskirk VanBuskirk
Buskirk Im going to relate a little in incident Incident Incident ¬
cident connected with it itUp ItUp ItUp
Up In Carson Car on aon when he heard that I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was going to fight Vaa toe college man mantold mant mantold
told t < ld me a story Before he began he hesaid hesaid hesaid
said Jeff I want you to promise me mesomething mesomething mesomething
something somethingWhat somethingWhat something1Vhat
What is ItT It r I asked askedI 88k 88kI
I want you to premise to knock Van VanBuskirks VanBusklrks VanBuekirks
Buskirks head off off Dont let up on himwhen him aimwhen himwhen
when you get him goiag gotngOh goiagOh OtngOh
Oh all right ris t I sail said with a laugh laughIll laUghIll laughIll
Ill slaughter him to order But why whyDid whTDid whyDid
Did he ever swat you youThen your yourThen r rThen
Then the college man told me a story storyabout stcI7about stcryabout
about Van Buskirk It appears that ayear a aI aYEar
I year before the college col e maa wa was > In InSHockton 111Stockton InStockton
Stockton Cal Ca competing compe in some athletle ath athletic athlellc ¬
letic games 11 After the games he was wasinvited wasInvited III IIIInvited
invited by a brother of Governor Budd Buddto
to go o and see a good ood fight bL It was to be bebetween hebetween bebetween
between Patty Corrigan Corr an lid Theodore TheodoreVan TbeodoroVan TheodoreVan
Van Buskirk He went wentWhen wenthen wentWhen
When hen the two t 70 men sot ot into the ring ringthere 11111there ringthere
there was a big difference dl erenee between betweenthem betweenthem betweenthem
them Van Buskirk was as a husky tel fellow follow ¬
low 10 with a slanting tllantlnltntorehead forehead and wide widesloping widesloping ideIoplng
sloping shoulders He was a Head taller tallerthan tallerthan tallerthan
than Patsy Corrigan who bo upper appeared red to tobe toI tobe
be rather soft and fat The Th truth t th of it Jtwas itwas itwas
was I heard somewhere lIOm4wh re else afterward afterwardthat art afterwardthat rward rwardthat
I that Patsvs PktSls wife was a8 very Y ry sick lck or ordying ordting o odying
dying and Patsy needed n money mon the theworst theworst theworst
worst way 8y in the world For that rea
son he took the match on right off thereel the thereef I IIth
reef with Ith hardly a days dJ training trainingWhen tr nl i iw
When When w neft the tight ft t began n little Corrigan Corrigaastarted Corriganstarted antarted
started in to fight ht mm well a as he couldand could couldaad couldADd
ADd for or a white h1e he did fajrty fi k1y well I Butbig But Butbig Butbig
big Vaa BtMkJrk Bu Icaa Ieand < d his weight Jpt oa oath emtb onthe
th the little man and mugged him with withthe withthe withthe
the heel of his hand and wrestled andrwgh and andrtngfe andretIgt
rtngfe + d about until Patsvs st stwas strfDth strfDthwu atwas
was all gone Then he began knot knothim knocking knockinghim kDOCkI kDOCkIhim
him down It was perfectly legitimate legitimatethe Je 1tlmatethe
the the knockdown part rt Van plined pIl M himhhrd him himhard himhtanl
hard on the Jaw w end Corrigan fell t il like likefw likeIUI likeox
fw ox H He took k kthe the nla nine count and stag staggered staggered tac1I
gered vp p to hi ate e feet feet trying to fight < bt like likea Ilkepme
a game man After a rush or two hepegged he hegd hepegged
pegged gd out and Van Buskirfc knocked
t In down again went on or orsix orax orsift
six times timesAt Unte8At
siftAt At last little Corrigan only 001 half halfconscious baiteonlldolHl halfconscious
conscious but still game by instinct Jn just justmanaged JU8tmaJllJed justmanaged
managed to push his way q up to his atofeet hIteet hisfeet <
feet aDd stand there with his bands bandsdown haAdsdown handsdown
down at his sides his eyes e closed and andswaying andsMqtnr andswaying
swaying gently from side to aide The Theman Theman Theman
man was oat on his h 8 feet He didnt didntknow didntkftOW didntknow
know he was AS In a tight or anything anythingelse anth anthalee anythingelse
else The referee should have haveir tepptJd tepptJdil step stepir
ir but he was rattled Vaa Buskirk If Ifhe 1Ch ifhe
he h was anything but a grinning ape apeshould ape8bo1d apeshould
should have either pushed C > rrigan rriganover rrtgarrOver tgan tganover
over with his hand and eased hlra hlr down downto downto d dto
to the floor or asked Patsys seconds to tothrow tothl01l tothrow
throw In the sponge spongeIle spoageH 8POD 8PODHe
H He didnt do either one Instead h hgrained hegrinned he heArlJmed
grained aDd spatr sparring Ing close deliberately deliberatelypulled dleJtbertflypuJled deliberatelypulled
pulled back his right act measured his hisdistance hi hidl8tanee hisdistance
distance ax If he were hitting at a aI apunchlDa apunch
I punching punch bag aDd let go as hard as he het berouts I IrouM
routs t The punch pun h landed squarely on oathe onthe onthe
the defenseless det ea mans uaan Jaw ja no hard that thatIt thatit
It actually lifted him from hU b feet feetturned f fturned fturned
turned him over ia th the air and dropped droppedhim d dhim
him on his hi hd hdCorrtgaa h4tldCor heedCorrigan
Corrigan Cor n was w out that time for forYan good goodVaa goadVan
Van Punkirk stood there gunning at arhim atIm athim
him while the seconds < x > n4 tried to bringCorrigan bring bringCorrign brineCorrlIaa
Corrigan to consciousness COA8t Several ftral men mentamped msenjpnaeA ft ftjasped
tamped into the ring < and started staff for forVaa torYan for1raebut
Vaa 1raebut but ta the police po ee protected him and aadnustJed aMnustHd andnnaway
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Decision IIi Favor of Jack JackJohnson JackJohnson JackJohnson
Johnson Establishes Start Startling Startling StartPrecedent ¬
ling PrecedentBOSTON Precedent PrecedentBOSTON
BOSTON April 6Tack Johnson Jo nOn the tbedusky thedusky i idukYcbamplon
dusky dukYcbamplon chwnpion chaiapton hs won 4he the e suit be belias bebaa betarn
baa tarn been dcCendtar d l against Alec Meieau Me McIeoa Melena
lena his former maaagw DDflg by an tea teaportaat ilftportaJlt important
portaat and r8ID8J remarkable kabl8 decision given giventy gI giventy GIl GIlby
ty Judge Pierce in superior court her herMcLean berMcLear hereMcLean
McLean wanted Johnson to pay him himl himSieue
l Sieue 10091 OOI in compliance with the t terms rms of ofa ota ofa
a contract t made stems me years ago agoJudge agoJudKe agoJudge
Judge Pierce caused tbe action to to be bethrown betorown beThrown
thrown out of court declaring la effect effectthat effectthat effectthat
that a prizsnght Dr1z ftght contract has no stand standing standPX standrX ¬
ing at law and is not worth the paper papera
a t Is written OB OBFurthermore 00Furthermore onFurthermore
Furthermore it will be interesting to tofllowere tofUoweB tot
fllowere t of the pugilisticgame pugilistic came to know knowrhat kDOWhat knowthat
hat while Johnson HOT or his point so far farr tarpaying
r i i paying McLean cLean fe concerned it h homes he hemes heomes
omes to Massachusetts be can be be san santrnced anneed sentenced
trnced need u 10 > the penitentiary for fi fire r years yearson yearsror yearsfor
for haying placed his signature to the theI theoutran
< on outran tract In question questl9nThe questionThe queaUftThe
The Matter at Issue IssueJohnson 155UeJohtlllOn IssueJohnson
Johnson wu arrested arre ted when be was waslast waaist waslast
last ist in Boston In cotjnectioa with the theiciion tiletcton thecton
iciion cton by McLean and George S Loth Lothip IAtJtp Lothf
ip p jf C U the Howard Theater went surety aur8t7for suretytor ur urioi
for aim McLean JIIeL asserted Johnson hadrokm 1 1rofcm had hadrokD
rofcm a Contract ntraet entered eD into between betweenrhrn ltetweeiI betweenr14n
rhrn iI r14n n in November UN for a term ter et ofthree ethr sfh
three hr h r f4 e year yearBy yeanI yearsRy
I By the terms of the contract Johnson Johnsonwarn Joaasonwas ToItatIonw
was w o tight box and give boxing exhi exhii ublbitlOI sxltiIritiot
i bitlOI it loi s under uDd r the direction d tton and andhent manags managsreat mamtgecent
cent of McLean cLeaa at such times and aadplaces aMpl andplaces
places pl s as were w re arranged by tbe latter latterUnder latterCnder latterUnder
Under this contract Johnson JoIuI8onWI agreed to touse touse
use his best t endeavors end vor to win such con contests COIItHt contests ¬
tests the terms being bel that after trans traasportatton trJ18portation transpentatt
portatton hotel el bills bin and trainingox training < ex expenses exbHa ¬
tenses had n been deducted from fromsons Joaa Joaasoas Jobn80ft ox
sons 80ft winning v the balance wa wits w to be bedtvkkad Mdivided bedivided
divided equally between btltween weea them when wHeathey wbeAtJy whenthey
they were together teth r and when Johaeon Johaeontrsyveled Jo Jotraveled on ontJaVeIed
traveled alone Johnson ws to sat IK 76per IKper IIper
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In March 1997 they woat to Anctralla Anctrallaaad AN1IRaacl AwtraIMand
and MoLeaa declared that while there taeteJebnsoa ueJ thereJdmoa
Jebnsoa J refused to carry oat Ute con oaotract 0011tract contract
tract McLean McL c aa claims be took Johnson Joaaeoato
to AttCtnUia and a opened the t e way wa for forsoa rhm forben
hm to become a cbampIcm while 1 1II John Johnson
son says n be paid alt l the expenses of the tbetrip thetrip thetrip
trip himself Judge Pierce declared 1 the thecontract tbecontrart thecontract
contract was unlawful mm It itthat provided providedthat prGTIdedthat
that at Johnson should fight at such times Uateand uand timesand
and places as McLean might m t arrangewhich arrange arrangewhich 1Ur1LD 1Ur1LDhleb
which hleb meant t that he might do this any aaywhere 117where anywhere
whereThe whereThe where whereTbe
The court said it was dearly Illegal Illegalin
in all civilized countries untri to engage In laprise Inprtse inprise
prise fighting and In Massachusetts MauaclI ts it itwas Itwaa Itwas
was i felony 1 lonJ In illustrating the ground groundhe oUDd oUDdh
he h 1 tok > ok k Judge Pierce Pie said lei it Diem be beVgaJ beIn bein
VgaJ In some places to rob a man sadthat sad aadthat Dd Ddthat
that that two men might bt enter Intomnt into aa agreement agree agreement ¬
ment to rob another men dividing the theapoils thespoils tbespoils
spoils afterward If the one QQ who secured se secured lie liecured ¬
cured the flpolte rof refused ueed to dhrUe he heasked beeel heasked
asked eel counsel would any court at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to enforce the agreement by legal legalproceedlags Jealprooeed1qar legalproceedings
proceedings The he law provides that thati thatan thatan
i an Inhabitant or resident t of this thl Com Coinmonweatth Commonwealth Commonwealth ¬
monwealth who by previous appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment or engmgeu fInt nt made In this Com Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonwealth ¬
monwealth leaves Ifa the same and ea eagages eaIn engages
gages in a tight d ht with ib aaother person personi penonutslde personoutside
i outside the th limits of this 111 State Statbllbalt saaa bepunished be bepunished bepunished
punished by imprisonment in State Stateprison Statep18on Stateprison
prison for not more then five years
Expert Says Game Is Doing DoingIts DoingIts DoingIts
Its Part to Make WorldHappier World WorldHappier VorldHappier
Happier HappierNBRT
NBRT YORK April A1 t 6 iNearly Nearly two twohonored twoIMuwked tohundred
honored chose C eeti enthusiasts eat were werepreeDt werepreeDtat present presentat
at Terrace Gerden recently recentl to greetDr greet greetDr greotDr
< Dr Biaanuat Lasker the chess cbaa cbaaptea cbaapion champien
ptea when be lectwred on the game gamewhich gam8which gamewhich
which has made hits famous Reasonthe Reason ReasonUM RMHDthe
the Parent of Beauty was fwas the theme thamebe themebe themebe
be selected 8e1ee for his remarks remarksIn
i In opening oP nIA the address s the champion champfcmsaid champion8Jd champonsaid
said he believed bp evel he had a message and andthat aacithat andthat
that in view v1 w of the fact that the mission missionof
of cbeee is as as yet unfulfilled be felt felthonored teltbooored felthonored
honored booored to be its mouthpiece He made madebold madebold madebold
bold to predict that before the ancient ancientgame aacIeIgae ancientgame
game gae has run its course it win have hay as asstated a8ted a aaimed
stated humanity in its task to acquire acqoirekappinese acQ1drekapplDM acquirehappiness
happiness The gulf between the senti sentiments seadmeats seatimeats ¬
meats and reasoning T8M0 faculties the theohampkm theohampoa theohampon
ohampkm so all is bridged 1 and chess meOIM Is Isone isone
one of the nv mas > ane ef 0 demonstrating g that tbattmtn tbttnIth thattruth
truth tmtnIn tnIthhln truthin
hln In every chess t operation that we adntke ad admire admire ¬
mire said r Do D > Lasfcer there is bidden hid hidden ¬
den a beneath the surface a meaning meaningwhich meaD meaDwhlcll meaningwhich
which our reason may detect with some somedifficulty some4Ufteulty somedifficulty
difficulty and which explains lea powerto power powerto
to call forth a warm sentiment After Afteranalyzing AfteraulYZtD Alteranal
anal analyzing < a number of fine endingsw endings endingswhich e ewhich i
w which he he regarded as works of art an on a ademonstration aemoPatraUon ademonstration
demonstration board Dr Lasker said saidIt MIdIt saidIt
It fa the greatest mission of chess todemonstrate to todemonstrate tote
demonstrate te in visible form that intel intellect latelIect bttteileet ¬
lect and sentiment t are bound together togetherby
by many ties That alone which is su supreaaely aapremely ins inspr
pr preaaely elaety At is entirely t eqr beautiful beanttfutANNOUNCE betatltulANNOUNCE beautifulANNOUNCE
Following are the pairings announced anaonneedtoday announcedtoday 1IARI1 1IARI1today
today for tbe first st round of ofta matofe Itsatelrpla Itsatelrplain ptey pteyin
in the April handicap b l 4Scap tournament at attb attbColumbia tlie IIeColumbia tlieColumbia
Columbia Country Club This rotua rotuawill rowasl rowaslwltt 1011IIIIwUl
will have to be played on or beteiel beteielApr before beforeApril 1 1AprU
April M lew MW MW
W J X Smith vs B Stanley Simmons SimmonsFrank uItonslrank SimmonsFrank
Frank Govern vs W L Kalstead KalsteadW Ira rte ea4 ea4w ad adW
W L Smith vs J W Brawner BrawnerB
B Lod Lodtr Lodge Hill vs So J T Hendrtck HendrtckC
C R R Weaver vs H V Sandford SandfordF
F S Appleton App vs A WbM WbMDavicl WinterWeaver winter winterDavid
David Weaver vs H B B McCarthyH McCarthy
W 1 Crosby T1I vs L L L L BarbuL BarbuLIi HarbanH
H N Patten vs G H HP Chaswar ChaswarF
P L L Hodges vs H H Crtet CrtetU tC
U S S Catlett vs L E Esadatr EsadatrE Sfakdair SfakdairE
E E S barlow vs D K K KE Jackson Jackson1C JackassML
1C B E Dnnforth vs E E B Kynon Ey jr jrJ JrP jrJ
J P Lawrence La vs L L D Underwood UnderwoodJ UwIe wood woodT
J T Davidson vs C H Stearns StearnsW Stearasw
W C Thatcher vs P E Brenpte BrenpteHUB Br BrHUB engfe engfeHUB
BOSTON JIO Bo TO roN Bass April iTbr IX Three out of offive 3fave f ftive
five Hub sluggers si silast who took pan here herebat herelast
last night in the Intercity hoots with withPhiladelphia wttbPbIJflM1pb1a withPhiladelphia
Philadelphia boys are wearing weanst the smile smileof 11IIII1oC smileof
of victory today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The local wnwers were Rddle idle Sbev Devlin SbevUn Sbevlie ¬
lie Un Andrew 34oris lor is and Wily RIll Nixon Ntxonwhile NIxcIewbn Nixonwhile
while Benny Kaufmann and Tommy TommylAnedon T TIAIdoft TormyLangdon
lAnedon turned the trick for Fhiladel Philadelphia Fhiladelphla i
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About Boat twenty years ago I began to break cot with Eczema on my sayhead mybead myhead
head legs and arms and commenced treatment with the local doctors doctorsbut doctorsbut doctorsbut
but did sot get much relief I continued to treat the disease under underthe underthe waderthe
the direction of different physicians for two years years and at the end of ofthat oft ofthat
that t time they said the disease was chronic I then quit them ud andtried udtried sd sdtried
tried various ointments selves lotions etc for another two pears pearsbut yeassbat ycambQt
bat soon I was as bad off as before be ore so I finally decided to let medicine medicinealone mediciaeIoGe medicinealone
alone and for twelve or thirteen years I snfered s ere intensely from fromue framtheEczema the theEczema
Eczema During the time I lost about half of my hair At last I be begasS began began
gasS gan S S S 5 S 5 doobtfal of a core because use the disease dL had ran oa soloog soloagbut soloogbat so 1oa I I
but I soon discovered that your medicine was doing me good and aadcontinued UMlcoatiDu andcontinued
coatiDu continued d to take it it After taking S So S S 5 for awhile I was coapfeteiy coapfeteiycored COGIpIeteiycured compktefycured
cured of the Eczema not baring a single spot left on my body which witekbefore wIIickbeIore whichbefore
before was almost t completely compktt ly covered with the eruption entptiol I Inabl wsiled wsileduntil vsd ed edttatil
until the Spring to see if it would return but have seen ao signs of alit alitmadam it itaad it itaacl
aad madam sm satisfied atie tl ed the cure is permanent It he kti been several year pears now nowand owand atxsand
and I do not believe ve I will ever e have any return of the trouble
1017 Hackberry H berry St Ottemws Iowa F C NOR NORBOLK NORBOLKWhat NOItOOLXWhat L i ir iWhat
What S S S did for Mr Norfolk it can do for every one who isafflicted is isafflicted isafflicted
afflicted with a Skin Disease He is just one of the many thousands thousandswho thousandswho ttbusandswho
who have cured themselves by the simple process of purifying the theWood theblood theblood
blood and removing the cause use from the circulation We want you to tobe tobe tobe
be cured if you have any skin trouble and shall endeavor in this shorttalk short shorttalk shorttalk
talk to tell you just why S S S will accomplish the desired resultThe result resultThe resuitThe
The skin is qomposed of two distinct layers One is known asthe as asthe asthe
the epidermis or outer skin which has no fibres and serves princi principally principally principally ¬
pally as a covering to the body The other is s known as the derma dermaor
or true skin and is composed of elastic fibres fat tissue glands glandslymphatics glandslymphatics glandslymphatics
lymphatics nerves etc The thousands of tiny veins and arteries arterieswith arterieswith arterieswith
with which this lower section is interlaced supplies the cuticle with withhealthful withhealthful withhealthful
healthful properties from the circulation to keep the skin smooth smoothand smoothand smoothand
and healthy We can therefore readily see how necessary it is for forthe forthe forthe
the blood to be pure if the skin remain free from disease and also alsowhy alsowhy alsowhy
why humors and acids in the circulation always find their way tothe to tothe tothe
the surface end nd cause skin affections affectionsAll
All skin Ifo1 troubles bles aredue are due to a humor humororacid or acid in the blood Instead Insteadof
of supplying rich nutritive properties to the cuticle the circulationconstantly circulation circulationconstantly circulationconstantly
constantly deposits an acrid impurity ipto the sensitive fibres andtissues and andtissues andtissues
tissues This causes inflammation i of the under layer of the skin skinwhich skinwhich I
which splits or breaks the thin outer tissue and causes an ulceration ulcerationof
of the glands producing a discharge upon the surface in the formof form formof I Iof
of Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum etc There is likewise a dry form formof formof formof
of skin disease such as Acne Psoriasis etc In these varieties the thehumor thehumor thehumor
humor in the blood bl09d diseases the pores hair follicles etc causing causingthem causingthem causingthem
them to swell and protrude to the outer surface Pimples rasheseruptions rashes rasheseruptions rasheseruptions
eruptions and like troubles are all due to impure blood a and d only a ablood ablood ablood
blood purifier can can cure them Salves washes wash lotions etc will per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps afford some temporary relief from the itching ant assist inkeeping in inkeeping inkeeping
keeping the skin clean but such treatment can have no effect on the thehumors thehumors thehumors
humors in the blood and therefore never do any permanent good goodS
S S S cures Skin diseases of every kind by neutralizing the theacids theacids theacids
acids and removing the humors from the blood S S S cools the theacidheated theacidheated theacidheated
acidheated circulation builds it up to its normal strength and thick thickness thickness thickness ¬
ness multiplies its rich nutritious corpuscles and adds to its purity purityj purityand purityand
j and nourishing qualities in every way Then the skin instead ofbeing of ofbeing ofbeing
being irritated and inflamed by fiery fie humors and acids is nourishedsoothed nourished nourishedsoothed nourishedsoothed
soothed and softened by a plentiful supply of rich pure blood S SS S S Sis Sis Sis
is the greatest of all blood purifiers and therein lies its ability to cure cureskin cureskin cureskin
skin Diseases It cures Eczema Acne Tetter Salt Rheum pimplesboils pimples pimplesboilsrashes pimplesboils
boilsrashes boils rashes and all eruptions of the cubicle u icle cle These troubles cannot cannotremain cannotremain cannotremain
remain when the cause has been removed and S S S will certainly certainlyremove certaintyremove certainlyremove
remove the cause by purifying the Wood blo cL Book on Skin Diseasesfree Diseases Diseasesfree Disea Diseafree
Great Things Expected Expectedof ExpectedofBlue of ofBlue ofBlue
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Peas on Saturday will li tins up fjatut fjatutLatayette agatsstLafayette a alast alastLafayette
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4 oclock today
For the past pa t two dcys Ute Utetown Ge George Georgetown CEe CEetown
town players have been hard at work workThe wWitThe workThe
The infield In e d has been eoeMsrabl eogeMsrably eogeMsrablyshifted coga oogeldoablyshifted ly lyahltted
shifted Rttterding Rltterd1n going to short shortCogan IIortCOSaa sldortCogan
Cogan to his old stand at third t r and andGibson andGI x xGibson
Gibson GI n moving over to ago second ad This Thisrearrangement Tb111rearraDgeDKD Thisrearrangement
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Lafayette is reported to bare a good goodteam goodteam goodteam
team this year and following ton g its itsshowing UII8howtag itsshowing
showing at t Virginia yeeterttey K is isthought jthought Mthought
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