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MORE RECORDS ON ONGRAND ONGRANDCiRCUIT
GRAND GRANDCiRCUIT GRANDCiRCUITDarkey CIRCUIT CIRCUITJ
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Darkey Hal Sets New Mark for forSide forSide
Side Wheelers on Syra SyraI
4 cuse Track TrackI Trackyracuae
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iT drlvett by H 1 L Snow oC Homell de devti devoied
vti voied tled kate the only record breaker IIt IItthe t tthe
the IIeCOIId dylIlItate dayi Mate fair aJItnd circuit circuitmeethw drvuitmUii
meethw In 1 the2 the 2 pace Darkey Hal Hal1tepped liiiMpp
1tepped Mpp 4 the IIeCORd heat ht 24 121 and andloweTed
10 loweTed tbe th year yeaYa race mark fur aide eIdfwhMJen aidewhpelers
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Results
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narkey Hal won two heau Time Th 2UA
01 4 Major ajor Britto Damn Whips Texu TexuHooked Texa1ook
Hooked GNen Punt and The Frk Friend > nd 81110 81110tarted aIaotarted
tarted tartedJloa tartedYoaIa
Jloa YoaIa or J3lI6 13 trotting in 3 PUr1le PUr1leSIWorthy piirelWorthy
SIWorthy won IMCOnd and third thirdheau thirdlieata
heau Time 215 3 213 13 Amell A won wonfirst i
first heat Time 1141 luda Guy al aIao aIaostarted o oftarted
started ftartedThe startedThe
The OfleOft4aa ga 2M6 418 claa 1Rcin1J 3 In
1 4 purwe 2George Oeu e GIUao won In Inttit IntrIght
ttit heata Time 2O 2 4 3GS 3GSHal Z ZHal
Hal Raven and Rollins allO darted tctartedA dartedAgainst
A Against lnat time to befit 214 tfotUnglc tfotUnglc11ot1 trottingMe104sgli
11ot1 104sgli a1l won Tim 2161 2161lwo 2WTwo
Two attempts qainst time to heat heatpacing 3t 3tpecinc
pacing to poIeHedIJewood e1 ledgewood Do Boy and lAdy lAdyMaud LadyMaud
Maud C Own Brother and Sister 101ft 101ftfltne oetIhie
fltne mile 24 14 2OfIi 2OfIiIlJ 204
IlJ trottIng 2 in 3 prize a Nlivtr cup cupamateur up upamateur
amateur drivers to wapnillow Belle Bellewon lIe lIewon
won two heats Time 21 313 Paul PaulSteel lautSteel
Steel May Key Mercury and Sir Ar Arthur Arthur
thur a180 started startedtrotting
321 trotting 3 I in 3 prize a silver cup cup8mUeur cupI
8mUeur I drivers to wagonRondtl wagonRondtlon F Fwon <
won on two beat Time 2184 l lHallel 1e 1eIiaael
Hallel B Ptly lata lIendricks and Lucy also alsostarted alsoMarted
started startedODe MartedOne
ODe mile dub running pune 3 W for forthreeyear fort
threeyear t hreeyearoIda lda and upwardVOlt Lear Learwoo Learwon
woo DurwefAn second ra Thorpe third thirdTillie thirdTime
Time 1U LIttle Boot Young Uanover Uanoverand
41 and The RIval also Started staItedGravesend StartedGravesend
Gravesend Results ResultsOravellend Resultsiravesend
Oravellend Sept ltFlts Herbert ear earrying ar arryl
ryl rying J28 pounds won the first special specialmile specialniie
mile and a quarter feature of the open openIn opentag
In tag < < day at Gnave8end today Hlldreth Hlldrethrolt lliidrethsfolt
rolt had practically a walkover as the thetwo thetwo
two filllell oppoled to him were outtlalBed outtlalBedMeJlolna outeiasedMeoina
MeJlolna favorite won the Flat Land LandSE1IIn Landeeiilng
SE1IIn < < stakes stakesFirat StakesFirst
First race about six Curlon furlongsBesom Be om 3 3to 3to
to 1 won Rose Queen 3 to 1 second IItndllary secondMary
Mary Davis 8 to 1 third Time 100 45 45Second 4 4Second
Second raco steeplechase e about two twomilaAndrew twomilesAndrew
milaAndrew Summers S to 5 won Bob Boblio Bobbin
bin round r to 5 second lmana80r 5 5to 5to
to 1 third TJme 35 35ThIrd 352Third
ThIrd race rive and a half furlongs furlongsMexoana
Iexoana 9 to 1G won on Billiard Ban 7 7to 7to
to 5 second Intrinsic 8 to 1 third Time Time1n7
1n7 1n7Fourth
Fourth race mile and a quarterFits quarterFitsHerbert quarterFttzherbert
Herbert 3 to 141 won Affliction 7to 7to1ec0n4 7 to 2 2second
second Arondack 12 to 1 1 third Time Time2O15
201 2O15 2O15Fifth 11 11Jltfth
Fifth race mile and a BlxteenthIIlgh BlxteenthIIlghPrivate
Private 4 t to i won Dr nol 1hozberg 4 to
1 second Grania 2 to 1 third Time
141 11745 11745Sixth
141SIxth
SIxth race one mile and three threeaix threeaixtienthsWoodcraft ix ixtpenthWOCMkraft
tpenthWOCMkraft 7 to S won Imitator Imitatorto
to 1 econd Quantlco 2 to 1 third thirdTime thIrdTime
Time tOt 25 25Montreal
Montreal Entries EntriesFlr EntilesFirst
Flr First t race thrfquart rs mile purse punoeIerman purseMerluan
Ierman 102 1 Detroit 103 Lumen 1415 1415Puln 105Polka
Polka l < < Judge Lassinlr lOi JflWIet MIG 395Fearnaught MIGFpalDU
FpalDU Fearnaught < < ht 110 Lanlvea 110 110Second 110Second
Second nee mile ml and threealxtfenthll threealxtfenthllfilin threesixteentheilingh1ur1ock
filin ilingh1ur1ock HJrlock 9t ChilOM 9t Pbs Earl
3 lhepont1H 9 l Pehgroao lig1OliO 193 Whet Whettone tbet4tOfle
tone tOt Keep MovIn ovin l 305 < < t Vance 105 105Biacio 105Iltaclo
Biacio 107 Kin King Gulnes JOO 00 The TheShaUldtraun TheShaughraun
ShaUldtraun 109 LexIngton Lady 109 109Colconda 109Golconda
Colconda 100 A Muskoday u koday 112 Eldorado Eldo EIdorado
rado 11 11Third 112 112Third
Third race threequafte mile handl handlrapllaaty haudiapllsty
rapllaaty Agnes it r Jack Parker 10 10I 10haries
I harles Eastman 103 l Plute > iute 104 Royal RoyalOnyx RoyalOnyx
Onyx 10 1O4 Martin Doyle 10 104 Colloquy ColloquyJIO
JIO Madman 102 Pajorlta 116 Prince PrinceAilme4 PrInceAiimed
Ailme4 13Z 13ZFourth 1 1Fourth
Fourth raoo rsc flevenelghths mile elllng sellingGraade elllngGrande
Grande Dame 109 Macuma 11 112 Btaullruftime1l Beau BeauBrunimell
llruftime1l 112 KlamHha 112 Top Topsy y Rob RobinllOn RobinOn
inllOn 113 St Elmwood l1 115 Ontario 115 115Kine 115King
King Avonclale lIS Charles Eastman
116
Fifth TaMe steeplechase e about two milesussie
TtaIe Flat t 135 Duliclan 135 Xanuno
111 Daca Decara 140 Harrington HI Bergoo BergooH
H 119 Pretty Michael 15 Reginald 158 158Sixth 15 15Sixth
Sixth race rs elevenlIlxteenths mile purse purseLucetta purseLucetta
Lucetta 105 DaIsy Garth 1 105 < < BeneKinptlOn Belle BelleXingston
KinptlOn Hi Pat Patsalga alga 1 306 < < Mudalen
10 103 Amanda LEe 166 Autumn Girl 1141 1141Seventh 110Seventh
Seventh race seveneighths mile eU sellIngElfall eUingRtfall
ingRtfall 107 Martha Jane 107 Whl WhIsk WhIskBream k kBroom
Broom 112 Be Thankful lUi 112 Maud SIIJ SIIJbfo Sigbee
bfo bee > e lit Bouerrlan 112 Sally Preston
112 Carthage 114 Petulant 115 Rara RaraA RaraAvis
A Avis 115 Co Cosmopolitan mopoUtan 115 Xontclair 112Ogden lIt lItOgden
Ogden Entries EntriesFirat EntriesFirst
First raceFour and a half turlonp turlonppurse fuilongspurse
purse tour years farB and up upJolut uphohp
Jolut A MaIIon allon110 110 Mimics Dauchtlr107 Dauchtlr107ProOtic Daughter397Proflflc
ProOtic 10j Wheatstone JGi 197Magnifieo
Magnifieo 8 lfi 101 luapan 1f7 1f7rl 107I
I rl risli MIke 110 Esther M 1Oj 1OjIrlar 107Friar
Friar or ElglnllJ1 Elgin WZ Altair 107 107coad 107Second
Second coad raceFour and a halt furlongs furlOl1lJ8pune furlongsUT
pune UT four years and up upfrodfather
frodfather 11s Burning < < Buh tr1 107Bavaria tr1Ravarla
Bavaria Ir Tup UP U 1Jr 1JrBird 110 110t
Bird In the BUllbltii Senator BarrettUO BarrettUOThird Barrett 110
t 4 Third raceFour futio furlongs tPt selling Woe two twofarolc twoyearolds
yearolds yearoldsFaurusa farolc farolcJoauruaa
Joauruaa 9flStaniey Stanley XIldard 10S 10SFred 105Fred
Fred Stone 1fJij 1051 Roberta 11 11S4a In InSea
Sea Green 1 llZiLuke Luke McCoy 165 165Fourth 105Fourth
Fourth ra raceOne One mile selling three threean thieecarI
an > and up upContribution upContribution
Contribution U Il2fAksArBen AkIlAr Ben Wl WlPrince 107Prince
Prince of CutUel1Z Castlie 132 AlteDbtcz AItenbu AItenbuInvader
J vader UYl it BeI Beiden en 118 110F1
11 Paisano 11i 11iJo 1 1Fifth
Jo Fifth ftb ra raceSIX x turtoltp selling three threela threeyears
years la and up upAnnie upAnnie
Annie Laurie 1G7Ftying Dance 101 101appa 101Nappa
Nappa appa 1 Mback 1mFtYln l1J l1JAunt 111Aunt
Aunt Ha1a 11am107Jtardhial 107 Cardinal SartoUl SartoUlChlel Sarto 111 111Chief
Chief De Degmond mond Wl 1e71R R A XcCurdy1Ot XcCurdy1Otbth Mecurdy IOt IOtsixth
sixth raceSix furlongs RUIn selling < < three tlueeeara threears
eara and UII UIIIon UIronale
Ion ronale Koble 101 Fiaent tOl tOlHerman 1011ermen
Herman Dolell0 Doyle 110 A1 or 101 101Mabel 101Mabel
Elmda1e 114 114Bon
Mabel Hollander 111 Bon Ton 107 107Alice io ioAlice
Alice Collins 101 Altpld 110 110Apprentice 110ipprentlce
Apprentice allowance
HOW THE PIRATES AND ANDTIGERS ANDTIGERSARE
TIGERS TIGERSARE ARE PLAYING PLAYINGPirates
Pirates PiratesAcner PiratesWagner
Wagner Acner 331 331lhatt 33911att
lhatt 316 316tiarke 16 16t
t tiarke rke 3IM 3IMIiller 394Miller
Miller MillerIeacli IillerI
I Aaoh IeacliWilson JIJ JIJVilaon
Wilson Wilsonbstelu VilaonAb8te1D
Ab8te1D Ab8te1DbbetJcchio bstelutbbLIcchIo
bbetJcchio tbbLIcchIoIbsOt 114 114Hlb80A
Hlb80A 2IiI 2IiIRr 259Byrne
Rr Byrne m 21 21Team
Tea Team batU batting S 1e tleldlD tisi4ing < < 111 111extrallue 391extra
extrallue extra bess hl hlCobb hitting fl flA
A Detroit t Tigers Tigerstobb
Cobb CobbIrawlenl tobbirawfSM
Irawlenl 31 31ita 314tansg5
ita 4tansg5 4tansg5Moriaiity IIt IItllorialt17
llorialt17 llorialt17nuh 351 351Bush
Bush nuhr 354
1 r Jones 25 IiI IiID
D 1 10118II 5 5lcIntN 259rclntyre
lcIntN lcIntN1f rclntyreielehauty
1f lebanty ielehautySchmidt > 2It 2ItH
H Schmidt < 1S1 1S1OLeary 197OLeary
OLeary 1t1 1t1Team 194ream
Team batUnc JiII 35 team fieIdIDp fieIdIDpxtra 358 358XtES
xtra heSS hitting 591
hi MILWAUKEE RAGES POSTPONED POSTPONEDMalwauket POSTPONEDMaiwaukec
Malwauket Sept HThe peat west weetIm westrli
Im rli raee at the fair groUnds this af aftmoon at1vrfloon
tmoon were JlOStOfl5d tlNmed 8ft qi accotmt of ofrain ofrain
rain rainrhe rainrile
+
rile largest Irrigation project In the theworld theworld
world will I11 ii inrludEd In the ovrn ovrnrnnt ov4rnI
rnnt Tfl Ttl4 plan In rIaim 1 1Sdi s I a are re of ofland oflaral
I land in the tti nit rID1 YdU aII
LOOKS LIKE BATTLE OF BATS BATSWHEN BATSVIIEN
WHEN PIRATES AND T16ERS MEET
And it looks like Detroit VS Plttsburg Plttsburgwith
with Cobb and Wagner 2n the Battle Battleof
of the Bats The meeting of these two tworlubs twoelubs
rlubs would furnish after aU the one big bigsEnsatlon bigsensation
sensation of the yearthe clash between betweenthe
the two vast masters In the School of ofSlugthe ofSlugthe
Slugthe clash betweenTynlS the Ter Terror Terror
ror and HOItus the Horror In the test testduel testduel
duel that would settle for the time at
least the great supremacy of the bat batCobb batobb
Cobb and Wagner the two greatest greatestexponents greatestexponenta
exponents today of the art of care caressing lng
the ball upon the trade mark have nev never never
er met upon the battlefield Ye Year r after afteryear afteryear
year they have topped the rest of the
field In their respective leagues but the the8upremacy theaupremaey
8upremacy has been divided And now nowunle88 nowunless
unless the elope wanders astrny and andget andgets
get badly moUleaten through another anothermonth anothermonth
month UH these e two athletes will draw the theehance thechance
chance to fight It out at last in the same samearena samearena
arena And it both are 011 edge with I Ithelr
their sights properly adjusted the m meet t
10 lug < < will 111 be a Battle of the Bats to a
ftnlah ftnlahPit ftnisIiflttabur
Pit flttabur lbu stilt has eight games Jectwith left leftwith
with the C Cubs b8 wherein Chances people
have a palegray hope of overcoming
the lend But the old dope d iioeant nt bt bend > nd
In that direction Barring a lleBIlna
jolt or a Monterey flood the Pirates
have their PUll or the argument sewed sewedup 8ewedup
up In an asbestos sack Detroit yet has hasa
a rough eastern tour to face but the
TIS Tigers lll have aU the edge over Philadel Philadelphia Phlladelphia
phia or Boston and it Isnt likely the thewill they
will be he headed ded You know b baseball bRII
however Anything 18 lIkely that looks looksun1lkely looksunlikely
unlikely In this game and theres no nocJunplng noclamping
clamping down an any certain finish until
the ftgurCM are all In and added up But Buton Buton
on the form sh sheet t Detroit wlnM and Cobb Cobband Cobband
and Wagner at last take their bludgeons
to the same tent for a walloping jam
bore to a flnlsh The Sampson of the
National league and the Goliath of the
AmErlcan face to face should bf a sight sightworth sightworth
worth watching above the conflict of a
worlds series The dope will be an
A coast wise one in the fight game has hasthis hasthis
this to s say y about the all Important fight fightHis fightIlls
His strength also was a point that was wasperhaps wasperhaps
perhaps too lightly passed by Look back backover baekover
over the fight those of you who were wereJrelleut werepresent
present and you will recall the ease with withwhich withwhich
which Johnson manipulated Kaufman Kaufmanabout Kaufmanabout
about the ring It was not skillful box boxing boxIng
ing although by such means he could couJdhave couldhave
have maneuvered his opponent It was wasmere 8S 8Smere
mere physical strength opposed to the thestrenth thestrength
strength of Kaufman that allowed the tbecolored thecolored
colored fighter to hold the white man manwhere manwhere
where he pleased to place him In almost almostany t tlIiDY
any spot In the ring that he ma may have
desired desiredMove desiredMove
Move him around Jack called one oneenterprt oneenterprising
enterprt enterprising lng newspaper photographer to
Johnson as the latter was clinched with
Kaufman I want to get a good picture
And the eaM with which John Johnsdn tu turned
the trick wall proof positive how he could
handle At AtKaufman AlKaufman
Kaufman is not to be compared with
Jeffries In most re respects pecttl but he repre repreIented
Iented a strong fellow with plenty of ofweight ofweight
weight Slow ht = surely was but it is no noeas noeasy
eas easy matter as a rule to handle that
bulk a as Johnson did didThe didThe
The Jetfrles supporters argue that
James J will smother Johnson with his hisalitgreBSiveneB8 hisaggressiveness
aggressiveness as he smothered other otherclever otherclever
clever fighters in the past They say
that JohnllOns aggressiveness Will avail
him little This point remains to be seen
No one can deny that John Johnson on Is a apowerful apowerful
powerful maD with arms that will be a agreat agreat
great assistance to him It is quite with
It reason that he would damage Jeffries
slow him down and then persist
and carefully wear him down downHas
Has Johnson a punch commensurate commensuratewith
with his size Thats hard to say lIe
didnt give much evidence of it this last
fight but there Is said In defense that It
Is 1 a question whether he tried his bard
Ring fans who have seen him In Inmotion Inmotion
motion many times say that it Is charac
teristic of Johnson that he never plan plants plantsa l la
a blow with the full force of his body
behind It So far 83 can be gleaned from
his present style his best punch is isthe Isthe
the right uppercut It is not a particu
larly hard punch or one calcul calculated ted to
knock out an adversary but one can read
SOME SPORT BRIEFS BRIEFSTwenty II III
I I ITwenty
Twenty states have fish hatcheries
Exeter will take up crosscountry
running runningToronto ru nnl ng ngToronto
Toronto Is talking of erecting a
5G01HHI 5000 rink for hockey and llp sports rt
University of t Pennsylvania football footbal1candldatea footballcandidates
candidates report Sept Ii
Hans Wagner carries his on auto autowith
with Ith him swinging arou arouryl the National
league circuit circuitBill circuitBill
Bill Cue says he will put the shot
fifty feet at the Canadian champion cbampionshope championshops
shops Sept pt 11 11The 13The
The Illinois Athletic club of Chicago Cblcaowill Chicagowill
will hold its annual Marathon run on
Oct 2 2Cornell
OctCornel1
Cornell students will present Coach
John F Xoakley with a 7008 dwell
tag at Ithaca IthacaThe IthacaThe
The PAckey lcFarlandRay Bronson
twentyround fight has been postponed postponeduntil
until Sept 19 at New Orleans
Wild Bill Donovan and Willie Hes Heeton
ton exMichigan football stars will willopen willopen
open billiard parlor In Detroit DetroitTenpin
Tenpin Experts Jimmy Smith and
Alex DunhRr of New York will go on ona ona
a tour oC the west the latter part of
the month monthPushbal1 monthPushbaU
Pushbal1 with a ball six feet In dl dleter dlameter
ameter eter and 309 or more on a side hu
taken the place of the annual bowl bowland bowland i
and cane rushes between the freshmen freshmenand
and sophomores at the University of
California CallCornlaLou
Lou SohoJes Jr has put up a silver silvercup silvercup
cup for an annual pigeon race open
to aU fanciers of Toronto It will be
flown toward the en end of September SeptemberBattUng SeptemberBattUng
BattUng Ne1 Nelson on who knows nothing
of a battle wIth Freddie Welsh Is Bald
to be grooming a younger brother for fortbe
the ring
Australia sporting men menmay menmay
may offer Siulllng Champion Ernest
Barry of England U509 and expen expenses es
If h he will go to New Zealand amI row
Richard Arnet for the champlon championship hiIJ hiIJand
and 6000 a side sideFolloers sideFollowers
Followers of baseball hook for great greatconte8ts greatcontests
contests and big crowds In Philadel PhiladelPhia Philadelphia
Phia on Sept 11 17 18 and 2 29 and In
Boston on Sept 25 at and Oct 2 Those Thoseare
are the dates the champion Detroit
team will be In those cities one of ofwhich ofwhich
which may next HABOn boast the thechaftPlonlhlp thechampionship
championship t team am The Athletics of
Philadelphia as Connie Iacks nine III
known at home have also six game
In three days with the White Sox S1xon Soxoil
on their Oust vl visit lt to Philadelphia
TImmy C08groe senior scuUln sculling
champion of CanadA whose soullln
b has been the sensation of the aquatic aquaUcworld aquaticworld
world this season e on will next year try
to repeat peat the performance of Lou
Beholf In 1104 when the latter won
the th diamond sculls at the ED English 1ish
Henley C Coagrove rove i is a member of the
Argonaut Rowing club of Toronto
G E Sehab of Detroit has matle
for the member of the Detroit club cluba
a set of pocketknives each of which
li decorated with the portraits of
Manager Jennings and several of the theveteran theveteran
veteran member or the club clubLieutenant Iubteutenant
Lieutenant Ware are oC the signal corps
U S A Charles J Glidden and Prof
If II Clayton may undertake to fly
from Fort Omaha Neb to Boston early
In October They will attempt to
break the recor record fillrht of 1206 mile
a blIoon lIoon no now held in n
Hlrats performance in > coring > over
1 1990 run and taking more than 100 100wickets 100wickets
wickets in ten separate sea seasons ons COn eonstitutes
Ututell a worlds record no oUter oUterrltkflter otherrlcketer
rltkflter hlng ving accomplished the feat featso featso
so often Hint alllO holds the record rcordor
fur or the best allround performance In Inan inany
an any one season 2385 185 runs and 20S 20Swickets 08 08wlckNs
wickets In 1906 He is an English Eng1hhman
man nia n
evwl fotball 0adJc < arc opPold
werM with figures and facts as to the theone theone
one entitled to leadership in the Clan of ofSoakItontheNoe ofSoakitontheNose
SoakItontheNoe And the winner winnerfor winnerfor
for the time being at least will have Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook the human polar be bear r with the theMe8frs theMessrs
Me8frs Wrlghts and Curtiss backed off 01Cthe offthe
the viaduct for the wallop that brings brln811in
in the winning run is n nearer rer home than thaneither thaneither
either the pole or the atmosphere above aboveA
A meeting of the Pittsbulg and De Detroit Detroit
troit teams would be still further Inter Interesting Interestlng
esting in deciding the Issue between two twoworlds twoworlds
worlds series failures Both have had hadtheir hadtheir
their crack at the big title and both bothhave bothhave
have tumbled on the job Pltt Pittsburg burg had hadher hadher
her chance against Boston In 1904 and andafter andafter
after winning three of the first four fourgames fourgames
games played came back home and Jet JetJim letJim
Jim Collins team romp all over spine spineto
to a a buszsa w finish finishDetroit finishDetroit
Detroit has had two wallops at the thetitle I
title and about all the Tigers ever got gotout gotout
out of the meeting each year was a swift
kick on the ankle They were jokes on oneach oneach
each occasion completely outcla outclassed ed by
the Cub machine Against Plttsburg
how however er Jennings men would stand a
far better show for her star hatsman hatsmanwould hatamariwould
would not be coiled upon to fall pitch
Ing of the BrownReulbachOveraJl
type When hen these worthies were atthfl at the
top of their stride The Pirates have no noslabmen noslabmen
slabmen to compare with either of the thestar thestar
star Cubs a8 they were In IlOj and 1008
As an example when Cobb came to bat batagainst batagainst
against the Cubs last fall he was forced
to face a brand of pitching that no eye
In the world could gauge nor any bat
hit consistently PJUsburg with a good goodstead goodsteady
stead steady slab corps has no worldbeating
ph plinonis no lsln In tIe box to whiff the batter batterround batterround
round after round Neither has Detroit
So here the fight would be more of 8n 8neen aneven
even oni one and the series therefore consid considerably considerably
erably more interesting than through
the two back years ears when the only ques
tion was as to whether Detroit could couldscore couldscore
score or by what fancy odds the Cub Cubmachine Cubmachine
machine would gallop home to the prize
FANS MAY BE OVELOOKING A BET IN INMAKING INMAKING
MAKING JEFFRIES THE HOT FAVORITE
ily appreciate that tonUnued use of It
would wear down an opponent
There Sleml to be an Inclination to un
derestimate the force of the left to the
stomach and heart that Johnson used re
peatedly agaln3t Kaufman It Is another
punch that is not particularly spectacular
but none the 1e less s effective Kaufman
was Worn down by the body punching
more than the public Imagined
And lifter all with this discussion of
the respective merits of the two h heavy avy
weights there still remains to be Bet seen > n
whether Jeffries will really consent to
fight fightIt
It is well for the JohnsonKetchelmtch match
that It III not to take place for a matter
of six weeks Fight fans forget their Im Impres Impreesions
pres preesions lons and easily form new ones
At the ringside while Johnson was UI pum pummeling pummehing
meling Al Kaufman at will 111 there was a ashaking ashaking
shaking of heads when it WAS mentioned
that Ketchel shortly was to fight the
black blackXot blackNot
Not a chance was the unanimous
opinion Johnson would hold him off offand offand
and beat him a8 he II beating Kaufman
But the next dar even it was a some IIOIDewhat somewhat
what different story
At least said some of the port
ing followers Ketche1 will 111 bring more moreaction moreaction
action Into a fight than Kaufman
And b by this time next week there will
be plenty who will be read ready to argue that
Ketchel might win from Johnson
This fighting game Is a curious thing
There will be no great surprise In the thewest thewest
west if the tenround bout between Ket Ketchel Ketchel
chel and Sam Langford In New York Yorkwhich Yorkwhich
which takes p1a next Friday night Is a
fairish sort of a dra draw It perhaps is not notright notright
right to cry wolf wolf when there Is Isno s sno
no wolf but thats the exact state of ofaffairs ofaffairs
affairs In San Francisco JoranclscoUnaccustomed FranciscoUnaccustomed
Unaccustomed to tenround tights and andnot andnot
not caring for them San Francisco fans fansare fansare
are loath to believe that there will be a
final settlement of the case between
Ketchel and the Boston midllleweQht An
are agreed that the
pair should make a agood agood
good fight but they are inclined to be
lieve that this tenround contest will de dec1de dechic
chic little or nothing
One thing It should do It should make makecertain makecertain
certain another fight and 1 a longer onto onewhich
which will tell the stOl story of whether
Ketchel is to hold the middleweight titl
undl undisputed puted
to the headgear that has come Into
general use In the last few days The
leather covering 111 thick and when a
player Is struck In the face by the
hud substance It has the same effect effectas
as If be were hit with a club The
bra brassknuckle llknuckle shield should be ruled
out
Secretary Abe L Langtry of the
American Bowling congress has put putup putup
up a 50 gold medal which will be beawarded beawarded
awarded annually to the bowler roll
Ing the highest t total in nine games gamesat
at the congress yearly championship
beginning at Detroit next year In Inpa8t Inpast
past years cash prizes have been beenawarded beenawarded
awarded the Individual who knocked
down the highest t number of pins In Innine Innine
nine games single double and five fiveman fiveman
man events In the ABC tourneys
This was the high Individual In an
three events but the rules of the or organization organizatlon
ganization only provide medals for the thewinning thewinning
winning fiveman team doubles and In
dividual champion leaving out In the thecold thecold
cold the man that made the beat be8tshowlnl beatshowIng
showIng In all three classes classesThe classesThe
The We West t Point 1109 football squad siuadnumbers squadnumbers
numbers nlnetnlne men of whom
forty are plebes or firstyear men meneight meneight
eight are veterans of last years game gamewIth gamewith
wIth the Navy and twelve have won
their A ASaturday ASaturday
Saturday games beginning Oct 2 2wUl 2will
will be played with Tufts Trinity
Yale Lehigh Harvard Springfield
Man Training School Villanova VillanovaPa
Pa and Washington and Jefferson Jeffersonat
at West Point and with the Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademy
Academy at Franklin field PhlJadel PhlJadelphla Philadelphia
phla
NO PLACE FOR ETIQUETTE ETIQUETTEPhiladelphia ETIQUETTEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Telegraph TelegraphProfeaeor TelegraphProfessor
Professor Isaac Schwatt of the lint Unlverslty lintveralty
verslty of Pennsylvania who besides
occupying the chair of mathematics at attllat atthat
that Institution adds to the gayety of ofnations ofnations
nations by his idiosyncrasies b both th of ofspeech ofspeech
speech and manner Is con constantly tanUy the thenconllclous thefinconsciomis
nconllclous author of stories that de deUght delight
light hit many friends and students studentllDuling studentsDurIng
DurIng the past 88t year Profes Profeesor ProfeesorSchwatt or orSchwatt
Schwatt had a a class In higher mathe mathematlc8 mathematica
matlc8 in which all t the e students with witha
a few exceptions were men It la the theproCltJItOrs theprofessors
professors custom to lecture with a alarge alarge
large ham sandwich In one hand from fromwhkh fromwhich
which to punctuate his flowIng periods periodsof
of eJoquence he takes n large bite On Onthis Onthis
this daya particularly warm onethe onetheproCe onetheprofessor
proCe professor or blul covered two large black blackboards blackboards
boards with numerals and was starting startingon
on a third when he paused and after afterremarking afterremarking
remarking Vhnmin egs eggacuse cuse me mepuHed mepulled
pulled off his cuffs cuffsTen cuffsTen
Ten minutes later he again ceased fig figuring figtiring
tiring and wiping his steaming brow browJooked browlooked
looked repro reproachfully chfull at his 1mm girl students studentsIn
In the front row Suddenly he took a ades adesprate
des desprate rate determination determinationVlmmln determinationVimnmin
Vlmmln or no immln he shout shouted
ed Isaac Schwatt tuk06 off hi his coat coatTo coatTo
To de pure all tings V8S pure pureS
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TOO BIG lEEWAY lEEWAYIN
IN fORWARD PASS PASSAdvance
Advance of Play May Demand DemandGreat DemandGreat
Great Change in Foot Football Football
ball Rules RulesNEW RulesNEW
NEW RULES ARE IMPORTANT IMPORTANTALL
ALL TEND TO MAKE OFFENSE OFFENSEAND OFFENSEAND
AND DEFENSE EQUAL EQUALBY
BY EDWARD R BUSHNELL BUSHNELLFootbaU BUSHNELLFootball
Football coaches and others who have havebeen I Ibeen
been following closely tI the modern ern trend trendof
of the came are unanimous In the belief beliefthat I Ithat
that the coming season will wltne wltness some BOtneradtcal someradical
radical changes in the use of the forward forwardpa forwardpass
pa pass and that the perfecting of this play playwUl playwill
will either fpolutlonlze the game or Will Willcau willcause
cau cause e the Introduction uf radically II1w II1wrules mfwrules
rules This conclusion I based on the thethe
the fact that last year was the first since sincethe
the coming of the forward pa pass that thatcoaches thatconches
coaches in the elUt at lea least really seized seizedand eisedand
and worked out the poylbllltiell oC the thePIa theplay
PIaWben play PIa
When the forward pass IUI8 was as first re regaUsed 1egalised
gaUsed taetern coach were almost almostunanimous almostunanimous i
unanimous in their opinion that the play
had DO future beyond Its use ae an oc occa8ional oreasional
ca8ional trick play A As 8 result the ne neofffJnlle new newoffense
offfJnlle was almost totally dl regarded disregardedand regardedand
and during the lint two years there were werenot werenot
not a few charnplon chamnp onshlp hlp games In which whichthe whichthe
the play was used no more than once onceIn onceIn
In a Bln single le half So risky was It eon eonllidered considered
llidered that coaches refu68d to try It ItIn Itlit
In any formation unijl the they had Men MenIt seenit
It lIucce successfully fully operating by seine other otherteam etherteam
team teamAnother teamAnother
Another evidence of this spirit was that thatuntil thatuntil
until last YeAr the forward pass was wasoperated wasoperated
operated by only one player But du during during
ring the past season there wu an await awakening awaitening
ening to its po possibilities IbillUes Coaches en endeavored endeavored
deavored to have at least two men who whocould whocould
could throw the ball with lth the result resultthat resultthat
that the offense was greatly varied This Thisvariation Thisvariation
variation Is certain to be widely extended extendedthis
this fall for now the tendency will be
to employ at least four men in handling handlingthe
the forward past And in this connec connection connection
tion it may be stated tbltt other things thingsbeing thingsbeing
being equal an any team tt hall a com combination cornbinatlon
bination of good running backs all of ofwhom ofwhom
whom can operate the forward pass In Ina Ina
a variety of play will have an offense offensethat offensethat
that will raise havoc with pretty nearly
any defense defenstThe defenseThe
The perfectIon of this sort of a for forward forward
ward plUl passing lng game Is bound to bring bringabout bringabout
about 3 condition of affairs similar to totbat tothat
that which first r resulted In the legaliz legalizIng legaliaIng
Ing of the play The forward pass was wasmade wasmade
made legal In order to weaken the de defensive defensive
fensive side lde of the game which had hadgrown hadgrown
grown too strong Yhen this condition conditionbecomes conditionbecomes
becomes a reality the football rules com committee coinmittee
mittee will have another problem till Its Itshands itsbands
hands And If the signs are read aright arightthe i
the time is not far distant when they will willbe Wiltbe
be confronted once ont more with the situ sUuation situatlon
ation of throo years ago A A Stagg Staggcoach Staggcoach
coach of the University of Chicago and anda
a member of the rules committee has hasalready hasalready
already gone on record 88 of the opinion opinionthat opinionthat
that the working out of new OIIIIIblliUe possibIlitieswith OIIIIIblliUewith
with the forward pay will ultimately re reult resuit
suit In some new rules that will strict restrictthe strictthe
the play In question quelltionChanges questionChanges
Changes in Rules RulesAlthough RulesAlthough
Although the changes In the rules under underw underwhich
w which lch the game will be played this fan fanare fallare
are not very radical compared with some someof someof
of previous years they are nevertheless neverthelessof
of extreme Importance These changes changesrather changesrather
rather than beln being alterations In the game gametend gametend
tend to eliminate unfairness In tht rules rulesand
and to make the offense and defense more moreequal moreequal
equal The following are the Important Importantchanges Importantchanges
changes In the 1M rules
1 The value of a goal from field wheth whether
er a place or a drop kick Is reduced from fromto
4 to 3 points pointsThe
2 The aide having a kick out has the tbeoption theoption
option of making the kick as under the theold theold
old rules or putting the ban down for a ascrimmage ascrimmage
scrimmage on their 25yard line lineIn linei i
i In case an end rush of the offending offendingsid I
sid side stands more than one foot back of ofthl ofthe
the J liw ll of scrimmage but less than a yard ard
back he ia not el eligible ble to recetve a for forward forward
ward pass passOf p8IIOf
Of these three changes the first two are areprobalHy areprobably
probably of the moat Importance There Thereis
is already a wide divergence of oplnlop oplnlopas
as to the Wisdom of the committee In re reducing reducing
ducing the value of a goal from field It Itwill Itwill
will be noticed that the rules committee eommltteeacts
acts OR tills point at regular Intervals Intervalsusually Intervalsusually
usually after a season In which two or orthree orthree
three big teams have developed a star stargoal stargoal
goal kicker Several years ago they re reduced reduced
duced the value of such a goal from Ii to
4 points Now they have decided that It Itis ItIs
is worth only 3 points They argue from fromthe fromthe
the standpoint that a touchdown I Is at atleast atleast
least equal to two field goals Oals and that thattbe thatthe
the latter method of scoring places a apremium apremium
premium on chance chanceOn
On the other hand the advocates of the thekicking timekicking
kicking game claim that the chief crltl crltlclllDl criticisni
clllDl against the field goals comes from fromtbo fromthose
tbo those e teams which perl peristently tenUy neglect neglectthis neglectthis
this method of scoring For Instance InstanceGlenn instanceGlenn
Glenn Warner of the Carll Carlisle le Indian m m8lat8 hislats
slats with go good d reason that the field goal goalkJckln goalkicking
kJckln kicking III something that can be developed de dovoloped
veloped with the aamecertalnty a8 other otherIICOring otherscoring
scoring device and that If other coll coliee colieewould etII etIIwould
would devote > vote more attention to coaching eoecblngmen
men for goal kicking DO team would have havean
an undue advantage T11ert i8 no doubt doubtthat doubtthat
that the kicking game 18 sadly neglected neglpctedIndeed neglectedIndeed
Indeed It would be pertinent to aSk if Ute Utecommittee thecommittee
committee oukt not 00 doing the game gamea
a service If It Increa increased ed rather than de decreased tiecreased
creased the value of the field goal goalBetter goalBetter
Better for Defense DefenseNo
No student of the game an have an anthlnlr anthing
thing but praille for the action of the rule rulemAker8 rulemakers
makers In giving the defending 8lde the tbeoption theoption
option of a kick out or putting ttting the ball ballin 111In
in play by scrimmage < < e 011 its tweutfive tweutfiveard twentyfiveyard
yard ard line A single instance of the InJus InJustice injustlce
tice of the old rule compelling the kick kickout kickout
out 11I illustrate the Improvement this thischange
change will make In the game e between betweenPenn betweenPennsylvania
Penn Pennsylvania ylvanla and Cornell in 1M a very Vlrystrong verystrong
strong wind wa sweeping don the field fieldTust fieldTust
Tust before the close oC the game Cornell Cornellworked Cornellworked
worked the ball down inside l ennllylva lennsyivanms > ennllylvanlas
nlas fiveard hue and wall held for focdowns fordowns
downs Pennsylvania was obliged to kick kickfrom kickfrom
from behind hlnd the goal posts and In the face faceof faceof
of a young cyclone As was to have been beenexpected n nexpect
expect expected the kick went but a few yards yardaIn
In fad going out of bounds on the five fiveyard fiveyard
yard hines lne Once more Cornell was held heldand heldand
and gain Pennsylvania had to kick The There Tileresult
re result mlt was precisely the samethe ball ballbeing ballbeing
being kicked out of bounds once more on onthe onthe
the fheyard IIn IInThu8 hlnO hlnOThus
Thus the Pennsylvanians had ab absolutely absolutelyno ol tely telyno
no chance to extricate them themselves elves It 80 80happened sohappened
happened that the game ended Ju just t then thenneither thenneither
neither side having Cored scoredAny CoredAnyone
Anyone Any one who has witue witnessed ed many manygames manygames
games will recall instances In which the theside theside
side kickng off with the aid of the
wind or a1 Kirsarhas
hu been able to kick the ball over the thegoal thegoal
goal line This play rob the defending defendingside
side of a chance to properly protect it itMlf Itself
self for it gives the team that should shouldhave houldhave
have been on the defensive an opportun opportunity I IIty
Ity to run back the kick of off and put the theball
ball In play by scrimmage within strik strikIng striking I
Ing distance of the opponents goat It Ital Italso
al also o takes away from the offending side sidethe sidethe
the opportunity to make a fair catch and andthen andthen
then kick a goal from field fieldThe fieldThe
The purpose of the cmit committee In fixing fixinga
a zne zone pr within whih which an end must stand standto
to be eligible wthin to receive the forwar forward pas pasIs
Is for the benefit of the officials There Tlurehave Therehave
have bn been numeroU numerous Instances In whkh whkhtochdown wiil h htouchdowns
tochdown touchdowns hve have bn been di disallowed llowed because becausethe becausethe
the officials did not agre agree a as t te the po poIltn pnalden
Iltn alden of an ed end In tking taking the forward forwardpa forwardpass
pa pass Inasmuch a as I It wi will not always be bean bean
an ey easy matter for the offcat official to deter detrmie determine
mie mine just what Is the psition position oC the theend theend
end there will probably be some conflicts conflictsof
wil probbly som confcts confctsof
of opinion abut about it but the ne new rle rule wi will willreduce
reduce them greatly greatlyAlthough
ruce geaty geatyA1tough
A1tough Although the commitee committee hd bn been quick quickenoug quickenough
enough to make luch such chDa changes in the therle therules
enoug rle rules as wi will simplfy simplify the wok work of the theofficlal theofficials
officials they have been extrmely extremely slow slowto slowto
to mke make ohang changes to bnefit benefit the sptators sptatorsA spectators spectatorsA
A c case In point Is their rfusl refusal to ps pass passa
a rule compelnc compelling the players to be num numbre numbered
bre bered acring accordIng to their p8ltions positions The Theprinipal Theprincipal
prinipal principal benefit nefit to b be derived from sUlh sUlha such sucha
a 1stem system would b be that the spttors spectators by byreference byreference
reference to their prOams programs would b be beable
able to Identit identify their player players playersNowadays
Nowdays Nowadays It 11 is vrtualy virtually impble Impossible for forone forone
one In the sand stands to roh recoglilse his own ownbrother ownbrother
brother In helmet heada headgear and the other otherhablmettl otherhabillments
hablmettl habillments of modern footbll football This Is Isthe isthe
the system that ill followe followed In England Englandwh Englandwhere
wh where sym the unlorJ uniforms ar are extrmely extremely lmple lmplead simple simpleand
ad and there Is consunty consequently much greater greaterrean greaterreason
rean reason for sh such a system ystm in this country countryO
O S L DANCE DANCEi
The O S 1 L bl ball tm team wl will hold a dnce dance dancetonight
tonight at the Tttytir Twtntythird war ward amus amuse amusemnent
ment bal ball Heie Helds b band wl will frnih furnish the themusic
music music and a blJ big lve live ti time I is epte expected
CUB OWNER HAS A PLAN PLANWants PLANWants
Wants Big Meeting This Fal Fall for forBasebal forBaseball
Basebal Baseball Reform ReformI ReformIf
I If th the pn plan that Ca Charles W Murhy MurhyP Murphy Murphypresent
P present Dt o of the Chlc Chicago Natnal8 Natnal8adv Nationals Nationalsadvocates
adv advocates t are put Into effet effect there therewill
tre trewill
will b be a rvoluton revolution thi this fan In organised
bal ball T The nw new plans Include a monster monsternmeetllg
mtin nmeetllg dUrng during th the wintr Winter of all mn men
Intere8te interested In the naUon national srt sport and andamong
amng among the Itng tmings then take taken up will be bethe
th the choing choking of all the war talk w tt that Is
beln being d dtscumtt by the Amrican American use useelation
clUo elation elationPresident
Prnt President Murphy admite admItted that then thenre therewere
Murpy
were re other promlntt prominent bl baseball men that
knew of h his plan and w were In favor of
It Among tl these a are John T Blh Brush of
on
th the N New Yock Gianm and for former Presi
dent lart Hart of tb the Cub Cubs CubsThe a
T The Id Idea i is to amble assemble al all tb the men 11 11nanlllly f I Inanclaliy
nanlllly nanclaliy Intereste interested I In the pm game and It ItI itIs
I Is expted expected tha that all the owr owners of both boththe boththe
the minor and maor major le league ls teams wU wUbe will willbe
be in atendnce attendance at the mtng meeting planned
by Prent President Murhy Murphy Everon Everyone Imi Imiately immedi immediately
ately Intert1 interested will then b be rpte represented representedthe
UW the gathering trlng to sit as a court to ad adjust
ju just al all Jrleluf grievances rml coming c bfo before a it itAmng itAmong
Amng Among th the retonl reforms plann planned ar arProposed are areProposed
Proposed Reform Reforms ReformsIncreasing
lcrng Increasing th the mmbrp membership of the na nationl national
tionl tional cnn cornetlasion from tbr three to topl8nttlon seven sevenRepresentation
Representation pl8nttlon on that com comniln by
th the min minor 1 leagues leaguesEvery
Every meb member on the cmmlon commission to be bepaid
paid a salary salaryleUncs salaryMeetings
p Meetings leUncs at Itpul8 stipulated ti times wh with a
doket b docket be sl set setOpen whee where aU ca cases for h hearing wll wllb will willbe
Opn Open slon sessions of the cmlul commission tbt tbterby that thateverybody
erby everybody ma may atend atendRight attend attendRight
Right of bl ball plyer players to be rprt represented
by an advol advocate so lon hong as th the rfpt repreaenta repreaentative
tve tive 18 nt not a player playerFIxing
Fixng FIxing of a payer payerFixng crtn certain and set t sum fo for al all allball
bll ball plYe players wbo who prticipt participate In a wod wodlr worlds worldsseries
lr series so tNt th the players my may doe doeAl devote devotealt
Al alt their attntion attention to paye wnl winning t tintad the series seriesinstead
intad otc instead office of keepng keeping one ee o on U the box boxoffice
4 4CASE
CASE OF CORDIAL HATRED HATREDKall HATREDKamlass
Kall Kamlass 8 Ciy City Indepnnce IndepnnceAn Independence IndependenceAn
An IrlshlnR Irishman wa was sUtn sitting In a depot depotsmoking
smoking when hen a a woma woman came 1 and alt altthug I
tng thug down 1 beside > e him rme remarked remarkedSir
Sir If you wer were a a gntlman gentleman yu yuould you youwould
would ot not ame h here hereMum
Mum he Qe saki h It y ye wus a Jy Jyed lady ladyyed
yed ed sit farther away
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pl poison poisonVeil n
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as he puftd puff4 aw1y avity at Ii li pi IiPt li jf you youwuz YOUwuz
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ship which wU will b be bel held n tl tii tiicountry
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the Bole Skoki cub club yeerdaYld yesterday nut I Itie tthue
tie thue out registered a chhlp chhlpWi credtthle credtthleWill
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