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EVENING- TiEDaER-PniLADELPniA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1010
EOBIDEAU WRESTLES WELL, BUT LOSES TO JOE WELLING IN CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN MATC1
NEAR-KIOT AT THE OLYMPIA
AS JOE WELLING AND ROBIDEAU
Jfux UJNAJVL1SERABLE BOUT
jSpectators'Hurl Wads of Paper and Other Things
nf. T?rvprs "Rut. TVioiv AJv t tji a
Wrestlers They Look Good
njr RODEUT W. MAXWELL
SOMETHING mut ba done at one to Im
prove the marksmanship of the good ctt
liens who vote In our city. They made a
mlrbl showing at the Olympla A. A last
nirht when they flrnl broadside after
' r ft 1 broadside nt two
once hltttne the
marlt. Our cit
izens are In very
march In n cou
ple of prepared
ness parades be
fore they ugaln
appear before the
I It til a sight
I that caused
I strong men to
shed bitter tears
of regret when
the sturdy nrms
of the prominent
' clubmen seated
It. W. MAXWBLti near, around nnd
aboe the arena, failed dismally In their
anxious efforts to sore a bull's cje. The
ahowlnr was extremely and when one con
,ildrs the wave of militarism which Is
'tueeplnr these United States,
Something New Is Pulled
This terrible disclosure never would
have been made had the management stuck
closely to. the program. The last act of
tilt show was billed as a boxing match, feat
.urlng a Mr. Welllnc, of Chicane, nnd Mr.
Bobldcau. who resides In our midst. The
'clubmen sat back In their seats expecting to
sea the stuff as adcrttsed nnd not very
much peeed when the nctora forgot their
illnes and gave a perfect Imitation of how
frank Ootch won the championship of the
Messrs. Welling and .Robldrnu found It
difficult to do their best, br they wore heay
glomes which Interfered with the wrestling
match. In xatch-as-catch-can. the hands
are supposed to ba bare. Perhaps the ref
erte Insisted on the cloves, fearlns the boys
would scratch thomselves. Anyway, they
were handicapped and would hae done
much better had they worn regulation
The match was at catchwelghts, and one
fall would win, providing both shoulders
were on the mat and the man remained
In that position for ten seconds. And to
make sure that the count wag right, Mr.
O'Brien stayed In the ring and stuck close
to the wrestlers. Despite his (rood Inten
tions, however, no counting was necessary,
as the actors remained on their feet
'throughout tha match. Eery time they got
tired, a one minute Intermission was called.
The bout was divided Into six seitelons,
the second coming after the first, the third
after the second and so on. Howcer, you
could mix them up, putting on the sixth ses
sion first, tho fourth second and get
i away with It. The clubmen would not have
known the difference.
Mr. Itobldeau tried all of his holds, but
.the half-Nelson was the most effective. He
.vrould throw his arm around Mr. Welllng's
zeck. nueh the head back and hold It there
'while tho clubmen cheered. Then he would
try the scissors hold, but Mr. Welling was
wary and skipped out of danger. This
'brought more cheers, and many compllmen
, jtary temarks were passed up to the per-
Suddenly Mr. Welling forgot himself and
tried W strike Mr, Ilobldeau with his doted
flet. which was concealed In his glove. This
angered the clubmen, as It was understood
after (he first session that there would be
no rough work. Then Mr. Ilobldeau at
tempted to retaliate, but he missed by a
MACK WILL HAVE .
WINNING TEAM IN
1917, SAYS CRITIC
Connie Has Material to Pro
duce Pennant Contender,
PRAISE NOW FOR CLUB
The clubmen were surprised and decided
to tnke a hind In tha match themselves.
Programs, rolled up tightly, were hurled
Into the ring, but they were r.ot heavy
enough for occurs to throwing Then came
ii glais tube, which mined the marks, and
this was followed by a Miower of wire
springs, lemons, dollar Tyate.hr. wet news
papers and n knlfu. Vie Ccunbardment last
ed nine mlnites. and at the end no one
was hit excepting tho w a st In th
press row and vytra too largo to crawl
under the ring. A pleasint time was had
It was said afterward that the clubmen
did not like the match and took this meth
od to prove It. Their Intentions were good,
their aim very bad, but they left no doubt
In the mtnds of alt of those present as to
the exact state of their feelings,
It was the worst bout put on at the
Oljmpla for many a day and the specta
tors had a perfect right to get sore. They
had witnessed four exceptionally good pre
liminaries and expected the wlnaup to De
Just as good. Then, when the boxers per
sisted In holding and clinching, tho only
way to show their dlsproval was to bomb
ard the battlers with everv thing that was
handy. Tho, bout ended' before they tore
up the seats.
King Is Littered
In tho fifth round, Referee O'Brien found
It Impossible to kick the wads of paper out
of the ring and the boxors waded through
them In their clumsy efforts to get Into
another clinch. Perhaps O'Brien would
hae made more of a hit had he thrown out
the boxers lnitead.
Joe Welling Is said to be a cleer boxer
and In line for tho" lightweight champion
ship. Terhaps ho Is, but sou cannot prove
It by us. Itobldeau also Is touted highly,
but we cannot hand him anv thing on his
work last nleht. If the nubile would stand
for it, this pair should be forced to box
again like O'Keete and Tendler, but It Is
doubtful If any one would turn out. Once
Is enough at any price.
This should be a lesson to the match
makers In Philadelphia. The boxing fol
lowers wilt not stand for poor matches
when they are billed as exceptionally good
ones Another night like last night wjll do
a great deal toward killing the game here,
and steps should be taken to prevent a
Cannot Dlame Club
Still, taking It by and large, the Oljmpla
Club cannot be blamed for the poor show
ing of the boxers. The match was made In
good faith, the boys received a large amount
of money for their services and were ex
pected to perform IIUo top notchers. When
they didn't, however. It vvbr up to the man
agement to stop the bout. That was the ono
But the other part of the show was very
good and the bovs were evenly matched In
each case. Even Tommy Allen, who does
not ahlne In pugilistic circles, mnile a cred
itable showing against Johnny Moloney, but
lost to the former nmateur champ. In six
rounds. Voung McOovern beat Joe Tuber In
the semlwlndup and vMlckey Donley fought
a draw with Freddy Kelly.
The best bout of the night was put up
'oy two boys who, received tho least money
for their service. Johnny CampI clashed
with Al Wagner, and six furious rounds fol
lowed. Wagner, who li a newcomer, did ex
cellent work nnd had CampI In bad shape
In tho fifth and sixth rounds, but could not
finish him. Johnny gavo a great exhibi
tion of gameness, and It was only his bull
dog courage that kept him on his feet at tho
It was a better bout than the high priced
wrestling match. Anyway, tho public never
did care for wrestlllng.
SCRAPS ABOUT SCRAPPERS
By LOUIS H. JAFFE
Report Bant out
Loadman match were
ait wtel. on the
wmiBma.nirU T.Aariman mi
n-nrrilnp tn .L lluffala CXlriHIlCe IMS
men siataa ini m uwiiiiiiMii ""
tor. landman fouiht a rushing hat-
an easy victor. Landman
tit, but be proved hlmaelf only a irlutton for
jiunlahmtnt and Wtlllama rae him terrtne
laclns. IWoorts ent out on tho nlsht of the
rnatrh aald that Iwadman almost knocked out
Wllllama. and that the Utter held on In aeveral
rounds to save hlmaelf from a K. O.
Johnny Mealy will be unabla to box probably
for a month Tho South I'MladelpbUn wrenched
hla rltht shoulder In hit match with Willie
Jonet laat ink In tha second round, hit man
tier, Uobby Uunnlt, says.
Terry McOovern, the mains Bun Italian llsht
.weltht. It (tttlns Into aood ahaoa for hla tut-to
'with jolmnv Miller at ltondlnu next Tueaday
Jlsht. McOovern Ja ft corKInc aoixj ixy ana
'ha may upeet calculations of nulla a few lix.al
. Tha knockout defeat suffered by Jim llealy
In New Turk laat nlzht wat hit fine In tan
.matches The big" Irlehman prevlouely had tent
, 'all g( hla opponents to dreamland.
r ih r-i,t-l A. P- In.
Ihi, (Wsht (una hire pave the pick of two
With the rcopenlns
xlnr ahowa. idun Tlvan hn n welterwclaht
mix between Jark Toland and Morris Wolf at
the Ityan A. C.'s feature number. I harley
Thomaa and Pal Moor appear la tht star bout
at Parney ford t emporium.
Tel Herman, hat. been tralnlns. dlllsar
tine ha arrival In PhlladalDhli and ha la
treat ehape Herman hat rtotlvad an offer
irom new urieant. ma nor
lweniy.rounder with K. O. Jfl
Felle probably will appear h
iwo peters leavins ror . u
,!! pxin, tu-nr,,. tur
j. Ksscrt next. roonin.
pnear litre in a bout or
Fred Welah wants
thotiaand dollara It all Champion
h wanta for a. twenty-round aet-to
with Johnny Dundee at New Qrleana, and at
ii. it aimoti a certainty intr j-romoier vom
lalelc Tortorlch will not concede to the llrtton's
demands, tht match It off as far at the leulal.
'am city u concerned.
. Whtn Jlnv Coffey, h bis Irishman, rteppndt
te the be I at ths .National' Hsturdar, nlsht.
eouplei) with Ounboat Bmlth, It will ba hit flnt
natch of tht tenon am) afttr a lay-off of toma
me, coney nsa uen oonaiuomnv riuneeii v
Evening Ledger Decisions
of Ring Bouts Last Night
OI.VMl'IV A. A Joe Welling defeated
Ram Rtoltlean. Tonne McC.oierr. won from
Joe Tuber. Jchnny Moloney beat Tommy Al
len, Fred Kelly ifrew with Mleker Donley, Al
tinnier outfought Johnny Cotnpl.
NEW lOllH flnnboat HniltU. frnetured
rievo, HnwUna'a rlh and the, latter t
forced to retire, third. Frtnkfe (lllfojle
krnekeil ont Undent llllam-i,. ilreti Jack
JIHTorit atopp-ed Jfni llefllyt thrdi Irvlns
Mario la ouiiwlnteil Jsek Iiifry. Vouos Zlilu
KW defeated lludjr Ittulkei. Joe Trlpflts
won from Johnny ,fsu.
UtNOAHTnn Jul Itltehle drew with
NEW. OKMHNS Will Jekneon knocked
out Jsck Moore, Hfteentli.
Bouts Billed Tonight
RYAN A. ('.
Howard Charietton v. Dortle Athteuberg,
doodle Vsleh vt. Frnukle Ray.
llnliy While Tt. Ilattllns Murray,
K, O, Ssntora vt. Pet-Haw Kelly.
Jsck Toltna Tt. Morrlt Wolf.
llOIIKf, A. C.
Maltr Rurnt t. I'rflla Jlatti.
l'reddr dondman . I'rantl. McCarthy,
Dtru Corbet! ea. Ike lUtcliell.
Jack Redman Tt, Freddy Wtltb,
rat Moore Tt. Charley Thomaa.
Connie Mack's prediction that he would
hrwe a winning team nn the field In l17
seems about to materialise. Connie has
gathered together a collection of youngsters
and minor Itsguo veterans which, added
to his present collection, almost is certain
to produoo results next season. Apropos
of this, Robert I nipley, In the New York
Olnbe, comments as follows:
fhs loud laughter that ever where
greets the Athletics of Connie Mack soon
will bo heard no more. In fact, the mirth
about hn" died down already Into a tnur
intr of pnxlte. Next year the wise old
Connie can give nn Imitation of he who
"When Msck broke up his famous pen
nant winning ball olub two ears" ago ho
predloted that by 1917 he woud be ready
to make n bid for another pennant. In tho
meantime, while, tha stupendous task of as
sembling another machine from the many
parts picked up among the bushes, he ex
pected to be laughed at But he held his
tongue and went about work work that
no other manager would have tho heart to
"night now Msck has a good ball team
Next year will find him In the first division.
anyway, and, as he predicted, "making a bid
for the pennant."
Three Still in Minors
"The Athletics' leader has tried out up
ward of 200 youngsters In the past two
years Ills 1917 lineup almost Is completed
Three players with whom Mack hopes to
complete his Herculean task are still In
"Thess three upon whom Mack Is bank
ing so heavily are Outfielder Ping Bodle.
one-time White Sox and now with the Ver
non Club, of tho PaeWo Coast League;
Outfielder Thrasher, of tha Atlantic Club,
of the Southern Association, and Third
Baseman Bates, also of tha coast. Thrasher
and Bates will report to Mack for a try
out this fall, but Bodie probably will not
be seen In an Athletlo uniform until next
"Bates Is said to be tho best third base
man developed In anv minor league In the
last two years Thrasher Is regarded as the
leading outfielder of his circuit, and Mnck
Is convinced that he can make a valuable.
It not a great, ball player out of Bodie.
"Bodie Is hitting around .826 out In tho
coast leaguo ,and plavlng great ball Mack
thinks that Callahan's rough-shod methods
ruined Bodie when the latter was with the
White Sox and that with tho proper han
dling the famous fence buster can be
Flashy in Field
"The Infield lines up with Stuffy Mf
Innls, one of the few remaining veterans,
at first base: Otis I.aWry, a brilliant col
legian, who has been prevented by Illness
and Injuries from demonstrating his true
worth as a second baseman : I.awton Witt,
the most improved young shortstop In the
country and a coming star, and Bates, re
garded by Clark UrlirHh as the thjrd-base
find of the season,
"If Bates pans out to Connie's expecta
tions, Mack will have one of the finest In
fields in the country, fast both afield and
on the bases, and with exceptional batting
powoi spread here and there. It may not.
probably will not, measure up to tho old
$100,000 quartet, but just after Bates was
corralled Mack himself announced that he
expected his 1J17 infield to compare a
shade more than favorably with any he had
ever put together.
"So much for the fielders. For his pitch
ing staff. Mack will have .loo Bubli, one of
the best In his league; Klmer Mjers, one
of this season's most brilliant finds; Jack
Nabors and Tom Sheehan, whose abilities
rise far above anything that their records
would seem to Indicate, and Jingling John
son, the sensational oung righthander from
Schang to Don Mask
Taken by and large, this quintet com
prises a stronger heaving corps than Mack
has put upon the field since Eddie Plank,
Chief Bender and Jack Coombs were at
their best In 1018. Wally Schang, of coume,
will return to his old station back of the
plato as first string catcher and will work
every day. As emergency backstops Mack
will have Haley and Flclnlch.
"On his remodeled team Mack will have
only four players who wero members of the
championship ensemble when he started to
rip things wldo open In the fall of 191K
At least eleven of hla new regulars will be
playein who have been dug out of the col
leg ranks or the bushes within the last two
yeais, and only one Ping Bodie has cost
Mack a considerable around of money. Home
of the more promising of them cost only
their carfaro to Philadelphia "
1916- I f SJ- . -1917.
COACH FOLWELL TO HOLD FIRST
SCRIMMAGE FOR PENN TEAM AT
LANGHORNE THIS AFTERNOON
By NEIL MATHEWS
Ctptaln mill renn Football Team,
Vr Robert I,. Ripley, In the New Tork tllnb.
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TODAY
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SCHEDULE FOIl TODAY
wo ramea clear.
rhleago nt Philadelphia elenr.
l'litaonrirn at rrvr tors, two
( Inelnuntl at ilrooklyn lear.
ai. juowe at notion eieer.
Philadelphia nt Chlrnio lrnr.
New 'Vork nt Ht. Ixmle clear.
Ronton at Detroit rtear.
Wntlilnslon at Cleveland clear.
NATION W. I.UVC.Ui:
I'hllllce. l Chlcaco, 1.
Speaker, Idle, Makes Gain;
Hal Chase Increases Lead
WHILE Tris SpeuV-or wna Idle, Ty
Cobb was busy facing the slants
served up by Elmer Myers nnd
failed t,o pet a lilt out of threo legal
trips to tho plate. Result, Ty's aver
ago suffered n drop of two points nnd
ho now ia twenty-one points behind
Speaker. Jackson made two out of
three and boosted his mark to .351.
Chaso registered three hits out of
eight up for an increase of ono
point, now leading Horneby by four
points, with .320. Wheat Is third
Speaker. Cleveland. 140
t obb. Detroit lis
Chaae, Cincinnati. 1st
linrnany, nt. . i. j- in
. Wheat. tlrooulTn.T.m
Iiaubcrt, Ilrooklyn, 112
l.AXailOUNK. 1'a, Sept 19 renn will
hold Its first scrimmage this afternoon,
Coach Kolweil had tha squad out early
this morning runnlnr throuih a snappy
signal drill, passlmr, imntlnft nna lom
Hrfht tackllnir. The hrlsk weather kept the
beys well keyed up and It required little
urging from the coaches to keep the squad
They Injected much life Into the drill,
and while the pasting wna not of the best,
tho loj a showed that they had profited by
their vverk'n stay here l'olwell gives the
hoys little time to loaf and every one of
tho twenty-four men nut here must do
lilt share every dav If a few ar not kept
occupied nt punting nnd passing, Kolweil
nnd Dickson have them running and dodg
ing. Hennlnp, last jear's hard-working guard,
arrived at the camp this morning and win
be kept out of the scrimmages until the
latter part of tho week Nelll, llennlng's
moto at guard last season, put In an ap
peurance yesterday and In the signal drill
this morning was nt guard.
The ecrhnmngo cehedulcd for this after
noon will not be long, not over five or ten
minutes, but In this brief time Kolweil hopes
to get a flue line on Ills men. The game
against the Farm School eleven last week
helped to show Kolweil Juit what he had
before him, but In tho scrimmage the boys
will be moio evenly matched and some
lively mix-ups aro expected, despite ths
shortness of the encasement.
Coach Kolweil wll uso virtually the same
line-up for the regulars as the one that
worked togethor vosterday. In this morn
ings nriu urquuart nnd Miller were the
ends J Nelll nnd Thomas, guards; myself
nnd Little, tackles, with Lud Wray play
Ing center. In the liackfleld were Bell,
Hosy, Williams and Utile.
I-ble, the Atlantlo City boy who waa out
for the line last season, has been showing
up well behind the line, and since I.oucks
has ben forced out of the game on ac
count of Injury has been performing well.
Ho Is jet Just a little awkard In his new
position, but with a few days of lively
work should be right at home.
L-oucks was out on the field, but not
In uniform. He followed the team Oirsmtt
tha signal drill and watched the rrtXjiW
session very closely, lis will be eMrt fpr
at lesrt two weeks and the coaeties M
not give him any work until they are .
ured he has recovered from his Injury,
STIFF rACE FOR ELI SQUAD
Yale Football Candidates Praised ly
Coach Jones After Drill
NEW HAVEN, Sept. II Head C
Tad Jones, of the Yale eleven, yesterday
praised tha squad and the atmosphere at
tha practice. At the close of the hardest
afternoon's drill since the candidates re
ported, he saldl
"The spirit of the feflows la fin and ther
are wilting t.nd are working hard, tt we
can only get the candidates for tha team
who are enrolled In tho artillery battery
soon It will ba a great help."
As there are fully two complete eleven
who ar members of the Yale Battery whleti
has been Bent from Tobyhanna, r,, to
Nlantlo, Conn., but not yet disbanded, the
coaches are greatly concerned. The present,
squad has been limited to less than fifty
I September 19 to 22
RACES EVERY DAY
Frequent fast train service from Heading
$2.00 Round Trip
Philadelphia & Reading
ilyn, 4i t'lnelnnatl. 1
nnntl. Si Ilrooklyn, 1
Vork. XI ritutiurth.
New ork, It rittaburili,
elrtit-tnnlnc tie, rain).
Iloeton, St. J.oii!a, o.
Athletlra. Si Detroit, 0
1 taeconu came.
hlnston. It Hi. lAale.
Iloston, et t lilenco. a.
eiv iork-lleieland not echeduled.
Mount Klaco In tha Adirondack Meuntslna. Billy
Olbaon. hla manaitr, says the publln Olant la
In sood ahapa.
Wally Nelion la booked far two rnetches In
ha uroaairay in me
at the Olympla.
nlsht at tba
He meets Terry Ketchell
llrnadway In tha wlndi
rankle Clarke will be hla antagonist
auo and on
LAJ0IB WANTED TO LHJLD
SALT LAKE, UTAH, TEAM
BAI..T I.AKR, Utah, Hept. 1 If the Bait
Iaka team, of the Pacific Coast, can Induce
Connie Mack, of tho Athletics, to part wUh
Larry Lajole And the big Frenchman will
acept the berth, the local club will have a
manager next year who will set this town
wild over baseball,
Several days ago when Cliff Wankenshlp
was bounced the board of directors, who are
many and powerful, decided to get a big
leagut star for next year's club, and when
somebody suggested Itjole it spread like
wildfire around the town. It was then and
there decided to mike a play for the great
veteran, Salt Lake Is willing to buy or
trade for the one-time peerless Inflelder,
Runs Scored in a Week
by Major League Clubs
RUNS scored by all tcam3 In
American nnd National League
from Tuosday, September 12, to
Monday, Soptembor 18, inclusive.
Only runs that figure in official aver
ages are' included. Scores of incom
plete games aro not counted, but the
scores of games of five innings, or
more are included in the table.
hlraao , .
Detroit '. .
rlt I.oule .
( htearo .
T. IV. T. F. H
a a u a .1
T. IV, T. r. H. S. M.TU
H. M Tie.
American Soccer Team Home
NEW YORK. Sept. in Tho American soccer
team, whlrh haa been playlnc teama In Scandi
navian countries, arrlted homo today on the
ateamahlp Oacar II. The roturn of these play,
era signalizes tho openlna- of tho soccer aeaaon
In tha United mates. Tho tlrat pamea will bo
rlayed neat Sunday In tho National Football
.eaguo. The New York Htata Football I.tosuo
aeaaon will open October 1.
When you feel like
smoking a (ooil Havana
for ten ccnta. aik for
leaf but American made.
ai yaiin McDonnell
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Woodland Defeats Luzerne
tfeatad I.unrne la a 1 It, T,
clayed at Korty-nlnth atreet and
i this morning by It 1 V,
Woodland defeated I.ufjrne In
I.uiwnV ,,,,10111101 08 14 ft
WooJland . HI 9.0 P J 1 H 1
Ilelterlee Htevenaon, walla ar
Meter and yersueon.
RACING TODAY AT
HAVRE DE GRACE
ea trains dlrei
llrnsd Bt. 15 8
B. ft 0, leav
n. H. leave
12 SS P. m,
IH: 13:4S p,
ft to couraet Penno,
t p .m wear rnna.
eave Vttb ana Cbeitaul
Admiition. Grandstand and
iddock, $1,50, Ladiei, $1,00
NATIONAL I.KAOUK I'AUK
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