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AUTO Section SPORT and AUTO Section SPORTS, RECREATION, OUTDOOR LIFE CONDUCTED BY1H.E. BECKETT ("BECK.") EMUS LIKELY Ti SECURE EK FDR A YEAR; HEAVYWEIGHTS COMING INTO OWN iERIES WITHARWALLSTARS IfRUNREHTHOSPITJIL Hates to Give Up the Lure of the Coin and Thinks He Could Patch TJp Damaged Fighters at a Good Profit; Fears He May Get Defeat Before Finally Retiring; Heavyweights Coming Back -to Town in Droves. feuelton-Paynes Will Get Another Chance at 20th Infantry on Sunday Afternoon; Graham Will Oppose Villa real; John McCloskey Will Attend the Na tional Association Meeting. WELSH TO GDME BA THEN HE MA nv N" OTIATIONg for a special chai se series between a Commer 1 leagti. all-star nine and the II on 10th lnfantrv team from the 1. ague were reopened on Friday i t n b AI Dreager. representing lierbodys of the Commercial n He stated fiat he could get te to pitch for the counterjumpers would get Medina to take Meason's c 3X third hise while with elss, r nd Pedrcgon, he figured that s i ull hate a Hood pitching stalf. hd not announce the rest of his - irrai Inspections will prevent the 7 s of the winter league for the Toiers next week as had been planned e negotiations foe the challenge c fa were gladly received and It Is ihat the first Rme will be late I on Wednesday afternoon, with ..- l-o on Saturday and Snnday. 3fay Ue Xeir Star. Sc ' al new faces are likely to be -c e 1 the Army team as it is posst- le t-at i few of the star players or -ve Fourth FieH artillery, tne Eighth a,iiri and the Seventh Infantry will c ?nen a chance with the team which s the name of try Ith Infantry. ci1e from the three pitchers, the " crtbodts will have practically no a. 3rs who represented the Commer- jl 7. asnie m the first series. Gillette, 'S ilar pitcher for the counter- 'ifi" will be their chief reliance on e n tinrl Shelton-Paynesj Play Sunday, T" Shelton-Paynes, who play the sou if is on Sunday afternoon at Klo n 'c parflrre also after a series of sm S3 meg Juan Gomez points out t lat 1 is team defeated the SOth Infan-t- t Rio- Giande park last Saturday - ti asserts that, despite the presence c r h..im on the mound, they will re-r.r-.r "c iose on Snnday afternoon. ' 1 real will work for the hardware ' we wm again, we want a full s , .: ith the soldiers," said manager ' r 't, and it was evident from his Big Four Have Hard Figkts On Hand :: :jj: :J: :: :j. Football Teams Are Ready For Battle BY MONTY. N FW YORK. Oct 21. Harvard, Tale Princeton and the Dtaivers- itt of Pennsylvania, have been . i dec as the Big Four of college l,i s for quite a span of years. n-titutions, snch as Cornell and rr outh have risen now and again put.- their position of supremacy. i the long stretch they have been Vt upon as leaders particularly in 1 ill They hae received their i' - occasionailv. in iaet nave had . . seasons that can be described t ip ears that each one has t n ore never has been a time when all - hate had adversity shnultaneous iwais at least one of the quartet gone through the campaign sne- l ettin-r down to more particular J east thre never has been any one 'eric da on which all four -were uCi not once has this occurred t f tne game of football came into be 3 Touch Birds on Hand, r elL Dartmouth. University of I t burgh and Washington and Jeffer- hose are the tough birds tackled t the high and mighty and proud. - ill is scrapping with Harvard in . mge Dartmouth is renewing its t r jal battle with Princeton. Pius es :r .3 assailing- Penn. Washington J 'efferson is m New Haven argu- w h Yale. Of these elevens that , t'e Big Four, not one is an un i - The worst any of them has is t,.-n chance, and two seem to j ssess i clear margin of superiority. Cornell-Hnrvnrd Most Important. The ornell-Harvard fray looms t- -r "nportant on the lift. Many c fellow ers of football TOlleve Har- -u n the best team in the country at in spite of the loss of Brick Itardwick. Wemork. Trombull, j!e Logan and other stars from . a- s arra We do not share t.lief and neither do a thousand -o oMiers who hae seen Cornell The Ithacans retain all but one f their gret 1114 team O'Hearn, a i n s end plaic is filled b Bckley i Zmder platers fulU as capable. :-eai Cnarle Barrett is still on j t at quarterback and counter i " Harvard s trump, Eddie Ma i - superior line pla all the way fill f end. -we think, will enable r fll to win this game bv a score of -ncthirig like li to 3 1'iUnhnrg Kxpertrd to Win. rc inhaRiB is almost certain to be en b Pittsbuig Glenn Warner's n- erwhelme 1 the naw. which t i wa1- able onl to tie Pitt also ik u all over th Carlisle Indians, irade the Quakers hustle for a ' i t just barth enough margin I' railed clean . it We feel that e io on this Fitfsl u-s-Penn game i d irake Pitisuur favorite at . ra' of at least 2 to 1 or 3 to 1. Dartmouth Ih Comlnj; KnT t ir j'h uncertain at the start of t - 'i has come flying along at a 20th Infantry All Stars ! mpions of EI Pao vs. Shelton-Paynes i' the Commercial League i Graham and 1 lllereal VTill piteh. RIO GRANDE PARK Snnday Afternoon, 2:30 Military Band In tftrndanrr. ldmiftMion, Z5c. Grandstand Free- i "BECK.' tone that he hasn't the slightest doubt , as to what wjll be the verdict in Sun day's same. BIc Cro-ird Looked For. It is likely that the attendance will be even larger than it was for the other Sunday frames. The Shelton Payries have a big- following south ot the tracks and manager Gomez claims that the followers of his team will pack the big bleachers. The 20th Infantry band is expected to be present and the fans still remem ber the excellent concert given by this band at last Sunday's game. Will Attend Natlonnl Meeting. John J. McCloskey is making his plans to attend the annual meeting of the National Association of profes sional Baseball Leagues, which opens in San Francisco on November 9. Several matters of particular import ance to southwestern baseball will come up at this meeting and It is de sirable that a representative of the Hio Grande association be present. The plans of the association for 1911 are fairly w ell advanced and on the re turn of Mr. McCloskey It is likely that something definite will be made pubHo as to what Is contemplated for next year. CONSTRUCTION OF LARGEST POLO FIELD IS COMMENCED New York. Oct. IS Work on the construction of the largest and finest polo field in the country was started this morning on the grounds of the Meadowbrook Country club, the scene of laht year's international polo match. This new playing field will be 450 feet by feet, and will represent an out lay of $59,060 when completed. To make this field possible, the club recently purchased 18 acres of land ad joining their present field, at a cost of $20,900. Guns for Rut ane repaired. Allen Arms and Cycle Co Advertisement. dazzliae rate tn the last two weeks, and Its terrllc scoring .power against Vermont hut Saturday) bodes no good for Princeton today. The Tigers have shown a fine defence so far. but they have nt no attack such as Dart raoethVoffers. In spite of the prevail ing public figures on this game, we be lieve Dartmouth ought to be a J to 4 favorite, and expect It to win by a margin af one or two touchdowns. What 'Will Yale Do? Yale, as erratic as any team In the annals of the New Haven Institution, snowed Improvement last Saturday when coach Frank Hinkey had his star. Harry Legore. play clear through the tracas witn tne springneid Y. M. C A. Training school. But the Blue's ability against a real football team is un tested as yet- Washington and Jeffer son, which beat Yale in their early sea eon clash last month, seems to have a combination about a capable as the j?-l? uucv auu may sweep lue Diue oil its feet. Or Yale may do the same thing to W. and J If both teams play at their top notch form the game will revolve itself into one of those bitter, see-saw. up and down the field, standoff battles with the margin of victory going to which ever manages to execute an unexpected trick play, or to which ever takes full advantage of some fumble or other mistake made by its foe. But Yale is hard to rate on paper. It presents a fairly high average grade In general appearance, but aries between wide extremes. It is either very good or very bad under present conditions. So we look for a decisive victory for one side or the other, with preference given to Washington and Jefferson be cause of its halng prepared specially for this one contest. PRESENCE OF BRICKLEY CAUSES ATHLETIC SPLIT Williametown. Mass., Oct. 23. The Williams college athletic council Fri day night voted to sever athletic re lations with Trinity college after their annual football game today. The presence in the Trinity team In the games alreadj plated this season ot George Brickley. who has been a member of the Philadelphia Athletics and the Lawrence, New Kngland, league baseball clubs, and the in sistence of Trinity officials that Brickley should play today, were given as tha reasons for the break. Brickley is a brother of Chas. Brick ley. former captain of the Harvard university football eleven, and now football coach at Johns Hopkins uni versity. BOWLING la the Blc league matches on the Cactus alley. Friday Mrot. the Old Goards divided the points with the Western while the Trl Statea triumphed over the City Nationals. I to 1. the scores being. Old Guard. 1 J J BareU Ill J A. Weaber id Hart Wood lit H E. Christie 114 2d MX 147 14S 191 1ST tX U 1(1 1SI i: ii 3d 17; 141 1U 31 1(7 s;t 3d 13 174 13 124 IK Ttl SU 47Z (IS 1C 6W -4il TU. 4S1 470 437 4S3 US Scott White i7i Total .7 Weston 1st Ed Schntz it , I L. Oriscttll ...IK Huso Brlesh Its c G Cole im Joe Bryan ..........171 Totals . .742 332 714 2: 233 Point woa. Old Gwards 2. W Sme. Christie 21. hisfa total. White's: hich ! Tri-State Motor. 1 Ed U Clark" Lacker . ' t. C Abbott 1st . 14" ..it: ..132 . 175 ..J4 ' 2d 134 152 l 22 17 314 r.l 1IJ US i: 14 1S2 3d 177 1(9 21a 14 17 Ttl 4S1 474 Sot 545 44 2572 i lfe HIM I j Lee Davis Totals City National. Harry Carr H. 1L TsitUe L s. Caltaber J L Andreas . W D Stratton ... Totals . .. 854 1st .. 12 . 144 .. 141! .. IS 1T 3d 147 14 Hi 155 is; Ttl. 54- j 41 j 45 s"t j ' i ., 7 -J; Points won. Tl State Citv National hiKb game, Abbrtt 1 Uigh total. Strattoa .6.. strike oat. CfeUafeer I R lllil lln rilir lmms -vnll. I' - v uwau-o taiifi products. t her IIsW sasaB ssassBasaW PUM JTiT laS ' MiiF JssssssW IflssElfit SfiSSflsK 1 .JK hUssSsb, 1 o "Beck's" Amen BY "BECK." ITS on again! Yes, they've decided to stage that special series be tween another all-star Commercial league team and the champion 20th infantry. Al Dreager breaks in as the manager of the all-stars, who will play in the uniform of Everybodys; bnt the players will be picked frem all fonr teams in the Commercial league. LJ0RSEMEN are wondering whether Carranza will make good on his threat to dose all racetrack gambling across the river and from the tone of conversation aronnd 'own, it is easy to see that the horsemen have a lot of respect for the way the provisional chief executive of the neighboring republic makes good on his promises. DACIFIC Coast league winds up its season on Snnday afternoon and then the curtain falls on organized baseball until next April. But the winter leagues will be humming and the "Stove leaguers" will keep up the interest all winter. TIM COFFEY is fast getting into the J class of sergeant Billy (late Bombardier) Wells. Wells is rated as one of the most clever of the heavyweights but lacks the fighting instinct and the ability to take pun ishment. The big Dublin giant also appears to wilt under the wallops. Gussy s Brother Fred Is Going to Get Married; Bill Sees a Vnole Flock or Snowers Coming Bill Thinks It Is Rather Hard oc the Girl to Have to Marry Fred and He Doesn't Like the Shower Business Any Too Much. BY RING W. LARDNER. (Copyright 1S15, by IUn? W. Gardner.) (IIICAGO, Oct. 22 Steve. Well I . Steve when a man gets marred he " should ought to pick out a wom man thats a orphun and got no parrents and no brothers. Heres wnats come off now Steve. Gusss brother Freds go ing to get marred to a girl name Clara and I forgot what is her last name but it dont make no diffrunts because pret ty soon it will be mud. This aint the same girl that he was chassing a round with her last spring because that girl was to smart but this here girls a girl he just met a little wile a go and probly thats why she says she would marry him because she hasent had no time to get aquainted. Kther that or she es caped out of a sllum or is a snow eater and dont know what shes doing. Elpenae Too .Much for Bill. Well Steve I dont care if they get marred and go acrost the ocean'to eu rope and get blowed up by n, dutch mind and wellcome but the trubble is that I and Qussy has got to blow our self on partys and close and so 4th. because this here girl aint lived a round here long and dont know no body that is no girl frends so Gussys got to entertane her before the weding comes off anl some body should ought to be cause af ter shes marred this here Fred it nill Se good night to good times. So when Gussy sprung it on me i bout Fred being engaged to get marred and says Re would haf to gie some parts I says what for and she says because the girl might change her mind if Freds faraly dldent treat her arood and I sat s well the best thing that could happen to the girl would be to change her mind if she can get change for it but Gussy sa Xo the old man was ver anxious for Fred to get marred and I sa s nhi and she savs because the old man w-is afrade Fred would die with out lea.e ing no air for the old man to leie his brewrT to So T sars that would ! nara lurK n rea aide and the old man had to leave the brewrt to me and Gus- j st sas it wouldent make no diffrunts ' "llreI '" ""e or nor i -inn n. r wouia get a t-j int in the old man i slut..- jiij ,! .0 i sas wnat woalu Corner pXJRITYS had first crack at the Army leaguers and then the Shelton-Paynes had a chance and made good. They play again on Sunday and then comes the Every body. If the Feldmans want a try at the soldiers, arrangements may be made for a couple of exhibition games before the winter league opens. The opening has already had to be postponed owing to inspections and extra drills. JF Billy Gibson offers Jess Willard $30,000 for a ten-round bout in New Yofk, the champion's "board of strategy" will have to accept or ad mit that they are afraid to risk their meal ticket Willard, himself, would accept qnickly but he is being elegantly mismanaged. yrRESTLING is booming in Butte, Mont, and other places in the north where the lid is on box ing and there is now some talk of a mat contest in El Paso with Joe Stecker, challenger of Frank Gotch, as one of the principals. pRANE MORAlTisn't likely to get a crack at Willard in anything short of a 45-round oout and as Juarez is the only place they permit the long battles now, a heavyweight championship contest across the river is not an impossibility during the next year. Fred die from, overwork or to much danceing. I says he wont never die from starvation so long as they serve free lunch. So Gussy sas 1 shouldent ought to talk like that way a bout my brother in laws but I should ought to be glad to see Fred get a good wife and help him a long all as I could to please the old man. So I sas the old man wouldent never get, nrussle bound helping me a long but I seen Gussy was going to feel bad so I says. to go a head and do any thing ft ith in the reason. Too llany sbowerfC Well Steve it seems like when a man an a woman that aint nether of them got nothing but hopes and the man cant bold on to a Job long enough to see the 1st. pat day his relitlves and trends must get to gather and gtve them what they call showers. I dont know why they call them showers Steve and there just oppisite to the showers we had all summer because they had to pose pone the games when they had them-kind and if they dident have this here other kind they would half to pose none the weding But any way Gussys got to give showers for Clara and Fred and they will be diffrunt kinds of showers liKe glass showers and china showers and kichen showers and so -Ith. And ti hen they give a kichen shower the trends all has to dig down and buy some th.ng for the kichen like kittles and eait and pans and when its a cnina shower the but dtshe and cus piuoors and them things. be this here left hander TllTev m.t f I i client miT been sroinsr to iret ir.-rri L.tVt.- wh- ! the red Sox give him a home run show er hat Stete Well Gusss going to Kite a linnan shower for Clara next wk and send imitations to all the girls that libel to come acrost -with some thine and 1 helped Gussj print up some of the int nations last nigh' and tic sn oi them The Imitation. Thet will be a linnan shower at the home of and then mi name and .i drss tor i comeing bride Please come rin.r some linnan sheets tal.le clothes ... ... L. ......... ..,.t. rt-r ... - . ...... .,,., ,,. w i.u. .re-nni-uis. ur i THE baseball season is oer. football appeals to a select few, but box rat; from a spectator's pout of view seems to be gamine; in popularity. Little interest has been displayed m the heavyweight das since the Yftlbinl JohiHOR "set-to at Havana Wiihtrd has not done any fighting since he wrested the championship from the big negro, bat many moons will not: pas until he will be forced to meet either Jim Coffey or Frank Moran, or possibly both of them. WillarH is making no secret that he t out after the money. He wants a big guarantee to meet 'any of the heavy weights in the ring, and the man who meets him will hate to be a very pesm lar drawing card to pull a gate Dig enough to give Willard the amount he wants. There, is talk of matching Willard with one of the two men named around Thankseivinr hn. and the boat will grobably be pulled off in Xew York, offee i about the most popular heavy weight in Xew York and could possibly draw a big crowd in a fight with the champion. The recent Moran-Coffey affair drew a big house, about evenly divided in sym pathy. If Willard makes a match with anyone it ill be with either of these two men, as there is no other heavy weight in sight who ha sufficient repu tation to make the fan dig up good coin to see him in the ring with Wil lard. MINNESOTA J-OOTItVLI. CAPTAIN IS I1ECLAKHI) I.VELIC11II.E lilmwapoua. Wan.. Oct. SI. Lorin Solon. esptata of the CnlversUy of Mlnaeaota foot- Mall I.Hrn mm thl. .If .iiim -- - I.. ball eleven was this afternoon declared In ellzible to take part In future Intercollegiate competlileaL The chars against him was that a played sunnier baseball on the Havre. Moat-, team, under the bum of "8cone." receiving money for bin jeitlc . hi direct violation of the conference rale. Upholstering. Du Sang fc Wellborn. Advertisement. will take, you home if its raining. Date Tlmrx. night Oct. 28. At 1st. we was going to put No han kercheifs on the bottom because Clara days she had enough of them all readv to last the rest of her lire even if she had 1 cold after an other and a fu neral evry other Sun Bnt Guss savs we was shy of hankerhceifs our self and if some body brot them we would nale on to them Well Steve I guess wear entitled to a few hankerchelfs as long is we half to dig up for refresh ments "and buy gassoline to take the people home if its a bad night. Maybe a firocery Shower. But what do you think of It SWe and this is only the 1st. 1 and they wont get marred probly untill weve had all the diffrunt kind of showers they is to have, and there bole house is stocked up with furniture and so 4th and when theyve got all the fixtures for there house they will probly want a grosert shower tn keep them going for the 1st mo or so. And all the wile I will half to pay the exoences of these diffrunt partys. And the worst of it is that I dident even get a shower of tooth picks when I was marred and have to whittle a match or use a tie pin Fine stuff hay Steve. Hespy. , Bill. CHURCH BASKETBALL SEASON UNDER WAY Two exiting tasketball tames were played . . . . ... " """ . tn. , M C. - " Frldr ereolns. The ecor. were far more onesided than the star la both contest In the first came the First Baptlata won ! . .k. m w..i..ai... ,. to I Th.- winner, had a murh more exper- irnced team. hlrh also ha.i all the phi.at advantage erpe Steam- played a -tar Same for the Haptisf an, w t- largely re- pnn-!hlf fop the htorj of hip team Th Uexn-in Methr.dn.i- -hpped oir a t.ig --. .... .... . ... i i. '. .. . .w.n. ,ii r a. . , . I..UB ' KVTT Wl 3 The .-hrlsti.n. h..l r....nl. of I- ' iH-rie I iUr- hul niil ur a o.l haltl. n.-.r lo-lcin pa iik im! ln-ket sh.vocine I, ......... . i ......i. f . . . i . i ..IT. '" .-..... .-... j v. r- the w inn. rv , HV N' Iff YORK. Oct. 2S. Freddie Welsh, who tapped his way to the world's lightweight cham pionship, has come out of his four month hibernation with two important announcements. The first will sadden the hearts of deiout tight lovers, while the second will gladden these same hearts In almost the same breath Frederick says that he is coming back to the ring and that he is going to re tirr within a year. The last portion at the statement sounds good to the ear. Ah. well, if Freddie threatens to go on "fighting ' for another jeoT, there is nothing we can do but let him, he can't "fight" more than 12 or 15 times during that period, anyhow If Freddie were to leave his return to the ring to a popular vote, the answer would not be pleasing to his sensitive nerves. As far as the fight fans are concerned. Freddie can stay out of the j ring for another year, and then retire. Which would be the only way Welsh could regain some of his waning popu larity. Freddie Ilaa tnother Idea. Bat. wait' Freddie has another idea. He fears that once he retires he might be unable to resist the lure (Of the shekels) and there is nothing Freddie dreads more than to "come back," after he has retired. Freddie realises that it is not going, to be an easy matter to retire He say s that it doesn t seem real to him that he is going to forsake the rfng forever in another year All Welsh wants, be fore slinking out of the limelight, is to collect a fem more thousand dollars from the guiillble public Then only will he be sufficiently reinforced, fi nancially, to abandon the game he has loved so welt for the money in it. Would Ilulld Up Hauler?. Welsh's ambition is to go awa from the madding throng, and establish him self as an honorable keener of a sani tarium. He thinks he can build op snch Gilmore Denies That Feds Are Groggy :: :jj: :j: -:: -:jj:- Says Salaries Will Be As Hign As Ever N EW TORK, Oct. ::. James A. Gil- more president of the Federal league, charges tr- erganized baseball politics rumors that have been circulated lately intimating a great de Sire for peace on the part of the inde pendent nanutsi. Ollmoce tfecsmrea1 that this anfounded gosip was fathered"? by the opposition tor the effect II might have in keeping loyal the forces of organized baseball. "The Federal league club owners who went to Philadelphia and Boston." Gil more said, "were not chasing any offi cial of organised baseball. The wanted to see the games, and being broad enongh to recognize the fact that the national sport may be legally played by other than Federal league teams, were there as fans' to see the ex hibitions. "The object of raising the peace cry and picturing the Federals as groggy at this time is apparent. Many players who were in organised baseball this season have not signed for lilt One of the really ridiculous o fthe many un true stories recently put into circula tion is that in which the Federal league is charged with seeking an agreement with organized baseball regarding a salary limit for players The Federal league is not throwing away any of its legitimate weapons out of respect to any magnates who have been bit. , whatever available players the club . ...r. owners decide at the annual meeting ot the Federal league to be needed will be sought without regard to expense. Good ball players who are in a position to accept the best offers for their ser vices will be better paid than ever next season or it will be their own fault. Fetli Vre Still Strong. "Flayers who were bluffed into sign ing with organized baseball last fall b the same methods which their employ ers are now trying to make effective can measure the latest political move along the proper dimensions. The minor league club owners vho swallowed r a dose of the peace medicine last fall just prior to their annual meeting and bravely stuck to the old guard as a result, probabl) do not now actuall) believe that the Federal league club owners are tugging at the coat tails of any of the powers, in organised baseball and begging for merc. Kter club owner in the major leagues of organized baseball knows differently "In the closing weeks of the season it was plain to an overwhelming major ity of the fans of Chicago, St Ixuis and Pittsburg that the Federal league is better equipped with snappy, aggres sive young players of major league caliber than either of its older rivals. Despite the organised efforts to offset the attractiveness of the Whales as drawing cards in Chicago by taking the best players from teams in cities where there was no Federal league opposition and putting them in Chicago, the Whales ctentually win and now hold first place in Chicago fandom as well as In the Federal league race. In be half of manager Joe Tinker the Federal league claims the world's baseball championship for the Whales, their challenge having been ignored by pen nant winners in the other major leagues. PrepnrlngT For 'New lork. "The success of western team in the Federal league in gaining public favor can be accounted for by the fact that winning ball of major league qnalitv was played at popular prices." con tinued Gilmore. "The same combina tion will win the fans of New Tork. Plans for stands seating 55.080 persons are now being worked on by architects hero and I hope to be able to give out .11 .l-.-tl- 1 Jl .,-- . V .- wrii rvKnrauig; tne .tvw lora t Federal stadium within a few weeks. There will be l-cenf bleachers, quarte ' seats in cotered pavilions, and grand- j stand seats for half a dollar 111 Popularise Game. 'In the campaign to check the Fed cals' entrance into New Tork the most i interesting bit of information I hate fad Is that in which the base all fans of this eitx are put down as unalter- 'U PPsed to patronizing ant thing that '" popular pried With on t club owners in orrnnzd hasehall t gage public wishes or suppl the fans t has 'been possihl. to maintain monoooiv ' prues in th ,.i-t wlin on of th. firm st muialen interest- b pro ing a Fans winner al inr 1010 grounna ' idll t flo K there this el to con- trihut. hlh prues for pif nor .11 i.. .... ...II ..... th. oi- I I i- 1.. m-r I c U1I7..1 1 i-.l .,11 i 1. i ,.f the f.u "ItIGMDK." , Jecrepid battlers at Battling Nelson and Ad Wolgast. and send them out af ter the lightweight champion Welsh s successor, to be sure And hold' Freddie would like to quit the ring undefeated (Ifasn t h been defeated enough sinee he boxed Ritchie out of tha titlc'i Welsh ma rest assured that he will retire unde feated if he merely maintains his in sistence on ten round no decision bout r reddle is too wil a ring general tu permit himself to be knocked out In side of ten rounds. Twenty rounds mav flo the trick, but no one will ever net the chance to take Freddie oer the ronte not if Freddie can help it. One thing we can say in favor of Freddie. He has nerer been connected with any shady dealing in his bouts so far as we know Many of his "bat tles" looked suspicious enongh. but they were excused as eery one knew Freddie could not. or would not, do am better He has served an honorable term in the ring, quite true, but he ha-. outlived his usefulness and it wouiil occasion little surprise If he were tu retire before the year is up. Heavynhlslit Influx Start.. The heavyweight influx has started The town is foil of them heavvweiEhts we mean. The Moran-Coffev fislit started it all. and no relief is in sih And to top it all. Jess Willard will with us soon Then a sudden exodus is pleasantl anticipated Willard has been doing some liat" training the last few clas, so as to t in fair fighting condition before e signs with his first challenger Te Jean will be readv to talk busings" within to or three weeks. Then, heavyweights, beware ' Billy Gibson, who ha.s succeeded Bui Wellman as watchmaker of Madison Square Garden, has offered Willard a tempting purse to appear in the carden arena before the year a out- The ne a heavyweight champion is considering the proposition, and haa promised to give Gibson his answer in two weeks satisfied with the combination of hig-i prices and baseball that John McG raw declared to be the worst he eier has seen In a major league." Browns Onee Jtejected .FoMer. Twtrier George SMter, who stood th, PhltUee on their heads in the second and firth games of the world's series. ar the 'same Geacge Foster who was given a short tryout with the Brow r.s ana mrnea oacs. ay xormer manager Bobby Wallace in 1S11. Foster came to the Browns alon with a pitcher named Sewell anrt catcher Tom Wilson Scout Charle Barnett procured the thre plate s from the AJuskogee club of the ol.i Western league for JJ50. "Who sent us those hoboes?' asked one of the regulars of Bob Wallace when the three newcomers arrived. A short time later. Sewell was given his unconditional release. Wilson and Fos ter were sent to the Galveston club of the Texas league in exchange for ou" fielder Bob Ri&ss,. who broke a leg .-it the training camp in Montgomery, Ala.. the following spring. PACIFIC COAST tr-AGCE. Friday's Camea. Vernon I. Portland 1. Saa Francisco t; Oakland . Salt Lk . Los Aageles S. At San Francisco Tacome, S; Cleveland White Antoa X. 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