I ATTELL IS GETTING STALE New Orlssna Critic Whs Wltnstttd Recent Fight Stys Llttls Champion Cham-pion Is Going Bsck. Tbat Abe Attell boxed honestly enough the other day agalnat Frsnkle Conley In New Orleans, and that he la getting atale and beginning to go bark aerloualy, la the statement made here by witnesses of Ihe scrap. One of these It Will It. Hamilton, a prominent sport writer snd promoter of boxing bouts In the southern city. Hamilton waa careful student at the ringside when the featherweight champion and tho Kenosha tiny clnah-ed, clnah-ed, and aa he Is figuring on using both of them In other bouts within Ihe next three months, he wauled to get a good lino on them. J "Tho plain truth of Ihe whole thing la thut Attell la traveling around too j Abe Attell. I much and paying too IIMle attention 1 to rest and recuperation," the critic ! aald ill tilling eboiil AiioH'h showing. It Is linra.Miut Abe did not light the bnttlii Il" Ih copalile of, but I believe thut he did hit tii-Ft. lie stalled along for eight or nlno rounds, with the evident evi-dent Intention or making a hurricane finish and sweeping Conh y off his feel. Thut purl of It was all right, as for as It went, but when Attell started to lunko his hid for the verdict he found he wasn't thero and that lie ! would have nil he eould do to hold the I Wisconsin man even. "Attell Jins heen lighting too much, "T""asaiass!eaesswaaaNTT- T- sanwwaaaajaranf and thla, coupled with the long Jumps lo dlfferint parta of tho country that he has been making, la making him stale. Ho shnwod this plainly agalnat the atrong and fresh Conley, who bad been trained to the very nilnuta fur thla engagement. There waa no anap or dash to Audi's work, and, even If he had had Ihe brakes on and waa under a pull, he would have ahown flashes of brilliancy at times. "Hut ha didn't, and I cams to tha conclusion at once that ha had better lay off for a time and rest up. "Unless he docs thla be Is In Imminent Immi-nent dsiiger or dereat and derisive de-feet de-feet at the hands nf some or the fresh men that he Is taking on constantly. "In addition lo this Attell's hands are not of the best and the llttlo fob low Is beginning to look a bit pinched and drawn." tlood Judges nf tho fighting game were marveling about Audi's wonder-rul wonder-rul endurance and stamina when the featherweight champion waa fighting two nnd three times a week with long I ralli. .ml Jumi t and Imperfect rests In between Ihe I. ill lies. The predictions were made then thnt Attoll would be brought up with a sharp Jerk before long and he forced to take a long rest. I Am II was spoken to about thla and ; merely Ioii Ii- iI at tho feurs or his j friends. He countered with tho re-I re-I mark that none or I ho men he wus linking with could hurt hi in In the least with their punches nnd thnt hit c.n-e wnt vastly dlfcront rroni that of tie flK-hter who wns getting .O,o pun: Inn. nl In his lint ties. "I here bouts ire little more than go il. silff irymiiaalnm tryonts lor me " In' remarked. "It It simply lllu training train-ing 1 V work ngalnst tho class or men I in. A. fjjie bout serves only to keep me i sliTJt o for the next."