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SPORTS and the THE STAGE HURRAH FOR DENVER. T>enver is the town on the map that does things. The Y. M. C. B. prepared a big treat for Denver by way of a football game for Turkey Day affer noon when it meets the strong team from Kansas City. This will be a great battle but the Y. M. C. B. backed by that well known DENVER SPIRIT expects to win. This is the first time a colored team from out of the state has come here to play, and all Colo rado. and Denver in particular, will be given an opportunity to shov. them that we have the spirit for clean sport as well as unlimited hospitality. The game will be played at Univer sity Park through. the kindness of Chancellor Bu htel of the University o fDenver. Si ecial Tramway service will carry the throng direct to the park. FOOTBALL RALLY AT EUREKA. The Eureka Literary Society is in Don’t Forget the Swellest of Balls at Dania Hall THANKSGIVING NIGHT-NIGHT-NIGHT. Great West ern Orchestra. Admission 30c. Doors open at 7.30 p. m., close at 1.30 p. m. Prize Turkey for the lucky ticket buyer. Oh, that Eggnog Punch. for the great game with Kansas City on Thanksgiving Day, and will devote the entire evening of Nov. 22 to a mon ster football rally, Cheers, yells, and speeches by prominent speakers. A good program is promised for next Tuesday eve at 8:30. Come and bring your friends. Y. M. C. B. AT CENTRAL. Since the enthusiasm concerning football has been aroused the Sunday afternoon meetings"of the Y. M. C. B. have been crowded. Be there prompt ly at 4:00 o’clock Sunday if you ex pect to get a seat. A good speaker will address the meeting. Special meeting of all who expect to play on the team. CAN YOU TALK? I want five lady agents who are not afraid to talk. Good liberal contracts to hustlers. Come make your Xmas money. See Mr. Morris, 1020 19th street at noon. BIG BOXING TOURNAMENT AT R. M. A. C. Election has come and gone hut the big amateur boxing tournament at the Rocky Mountain Athletic club Is on Its way and will be held In the Gym next Saturday night, with some o fthe city's best In the fistic art. Come out and watch the boys clash. Starts 8:30 p. m. IN VAUDEVILLE WITH THE BEST AND MANY OTHERS. Mrs. Abble Mitchell Philips, Miss May Fisher, Boble Kemp ft Co, King Bally ft Co., The Five Dark Snots Co., France* ft Murphy. Mrs. Ida May Jones ft Co., 8tewart ft Marshall, The Two Johnsons, Billie & Lenonce, The THE STATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. By LEON PRYOR 1 Musical Spillers Co., Avery & Hart, I The Ridgway Warblers Co. and many others just as good all playing the big houses and big towns. EFF. WILLIAMS AND BIG CO. Prof. Eff. Williams, the great south ern comedian is trying to get a date for one of uie Denver theatres; the Tabor Grand will be preferred. The Prof, has a clever company of 35. aT7 star performers and is fast crowding Mr. S. H. Dudley in his famous Smart i Set Co. GEORGE WALKER HAS A BACKSET 1 j\fter three or four weeks of fast improvement George Walker, whose name for years was famous and who ! only in the last two or three years I lost his mind, was thought to be get ! ting well until last week he had a ! very serious backset and hopes are small. Thanksgiving ball at Dania hall, I Thursday evening, Nov. 24th. LANGFORD & BURNS. The world beater in his class, Mr. Samuel Langford, who has tried for some time to g:t a match with Kauf j man, Johnson and Burns, is having a i little hard luck. He was matched fo i fight Tommy Burns the 11th of De cember but Burns has hurt his knee and won’t tackle Ijingford until early spring. Hugh McIntosh, the Europ ean fight promoter has taken Langford in hand and hopes to clean up a neat fortune. Langford will try and get a j match with Kaufman the first of the year and he has a $10,000 side bet to forfeit. THE Y. M. C. B's FOOTBALL. You talk about hard luck the Y. M. 0 .B’s are certainly having there’s. First they were to play the Kansas City’s football team, but that fell through and next they were going to play the Colorado Springs bunch but they backed out and now the Y. M. C. B’s are positively going to send for the Kansas City, Mo., Football team and they expect to have a large I attendance at the game on Thanks ! giving afternoon. Every body should try and attend as the boys are trying awful hard to entertain you be beat ing the K. C.’ team. Thanksgiving ball at Dania hall, Thursday evening, Nov. 24th. MME. SARAH BERNHARDT. One of the oldest actresses on the stage today is that of the devine Sarah and she is still the best In the bust- ness. The madame arrived in this country the first of last week after being, absent for five years. She is playing and presenting 25 players of renown. She carries 250 trunks with her company, 60 tons of scenery, and has 65 trunks for her own private wardrobe. She will be seen at the City Theater the later part of March on her farewell tour of this country. BOB COLE INSANE. The great Bob Cole, late partner of Rosmond Johnson, and one of the fore most negro comedians of the world is reported to have gone insane This is a rumor and we hope that there is no truth. PROF. MORGAN JACKSON, MGR. GREAT WESTERN ORCHESTRA. Everybody knows Prof. Jackson and he needs no introduction, but if you want to hear some playing and some good dance music don't miss the Thanksgiving bail at night in Dama hall, 27th Arapahoe street. THE CHICAGO LELAND GIANTS. One of the fastest baseball teams in the world is that of the Colored Chi cago Leland Giants. They kept a wager of $5,000 up the whole of this The Best Orchestra in Denver The Best Floor in Denver Plenty Room For All at the THANKSGIVING BALL EAST TURNER HALL THURSDAY EVENING ft M NOVEMBER iA past season that they could beat any team'in the world, and the best and worst part of the bet Is that ('very team in the world side-stepped that small fortune. MRS. FAY ALLEN PLAYING'’THE PICTURE THEATERS. Mrs. Fay Allen, the clever enter-'* tainer, formerly at West Bros.’ Ice and Oyster Parlor, Is busy filling the big moving picture houses with her clever playing and singing. LESTER WALTON, THE GREAT NEGRO STAGE CRITIC AND WRITER. Mr. Walton, the well-known colored newspaper man, who was formerly on one of the big St. I.ouls papers and now writer of music and stage and sports on the New York Age will try and visit Denver this summer as he* has a sister here, and will come out for a little rest and may give a lecture at one of the churches In this city. SEATTLE, WASH., TO HAVfe A THEATER. The groat northwestern city, Seat tle, will have a colored play house In the early spring. As there are a large number of actors there at all times.