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EVENING LED(ETl--PTrTTiAnT,PTTTA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 191b':
km HARD AT
tfOBK TO BUILD
UP TRACK TEAM
lciRed and Blue Has but Two
Joint Winners ixo m
!tf MEREDITH IS THE HOPE
life J I
B? tfDWAKD It. BUSHNELL
-....... the University or rennw-
1 track authorities nr not optimistic
"ZWi.tr chancca to win tne lntercoiietri-
K. championship next spring-, iney nnve
I! -i bnin work to Insure retting sec
rfA rornell. th probable winner. The
BiS.fJJSln many of last year's
IXJt winners Hint a Bencrnl collapse Is
In that could beat them, The Quakers
t?.lflst three of their live point winners
w'?fJJ i Inst venr.. but they wilt
Elfca content with anythlnff less than
"iaddltion to their determination to
Lie, Cornell a nglit, the Quaker autnori-
P" " -..nlnir in irpt out the llllTCCBt
iMMd In the history of the university.
?M high-water mark was reached two
ii aw. when 301 men tried for the
i,rL Last year Cornell had a squad
Sh reached 400, and this tho Quakers
t to equal If possible. With enough
m candidates. Doctor Orton. tho coach,
iklnkj he can find enough men to at least
ieore as many points as tho Quakers have
i.. fcrnttiM irrauuiiiiuu.
1V" I . .t ...I. .-.AC. lAft M..J.H
The Only IWO lHil nuumi '" ";'
. . t..i veir arc Cnptaln Ted Meredith
ii.'B'.j t trkwnod. Meredith scored 10
S,.KolnU by wlnnlnff the 4W nnd 880 yard
irons, ami ivnwra .......... ...- ., ... n
l-,,rfh nl.irfi In tho EO-yarcI dash. It la not
Binnanly possible for Meredith to Ret more
thin he uiu iasi jkiii "' j"- " "
hi.(,ui o record bv winning the two events
L t single afternoon, tho Quakers look
fcer him to repent next spring. Ills task
Ml be fully as difficult ns It was last
wring, because ho will have virtually tho
Jme Held to beat. In tho quarter mllo
ifct lll have to fight ngnlnst Wlllcox, of
Hirvard, and Captain Moore, of Trlnce
,(0n. In the half ho will have UltiRham,
f Harvard, to comenu wmi.
To beat these men will probably be a
Wrr iob than It was last year, because
Meredith's epponcnts will bo more
mature. No one knows it Bettor
than Meredith, nnd no win mnKo it a
point to be In tho best shape of his
fireer. since this Is his last year of lnter-
'colleglate competition. Moore, the Prince
ton leader, will be particularly dangerous.
Last year he was running tho distance
in 1 seconds when ho pulled a tendon. He
Hbu entirely recovered now, and Intends
iptclallze in tins event.
The point winners the Quakers have lost
are Bob Ferguson, winner ot tne nign
hurdles: Tatterson, who wns fifth In tho
EO-jard dash, nnd Murphy, who was third
rathe hammer throw.
Last yenr'B freshman clns contributes
four high-class men. Tho most promising
) .Vewstetter, who tied ror lirst in tno
poll vault at the relays last spring with a
leap of 12 feet 10 inches. Newsletter looks
lite the boit pole vaultcr ever developed
t Pennsylvania. Ho was operated on for
wcndlcltls Inst spring, but he has slnco
recovered nnd has been doing light work
til fall. From last year's class comes
lOTirny Lcnnon, who has beaten 22 sec
ooda for the 220-yard dash and CO seconds
for the quarter mile. Ho Is small but wiry
m can run both events. Much, too, la
expected of Crano In tho high jump, be
ciom he hnd done C 02. A fourth man of
promise Is Bortollet, a broad Jumper,
with a record of 22 feet.
From th.e men who nearly scored last
rear there are half a dozen or more.
any one of whom may break Into tho
point-winning ranks. They Include Mlko
Dorfias, who wns fourth In the shot-put
tto years ago, but lost out last year oe
catue of a strained tendon. Dorlzna In
tends to make shot-putting his major
sport this winter and not devoto so
much time to wrestling, In which he Is
the. Intercollegiate heavyweight cham
pion. In proper condition Dorlzas ought
to be a serious contender for the clmm
plomhlp In this event. Another shot
pntter of some promise Is AVltherow. This
man put the leaden ball 40 feet on his
first day out this week and ought to
Improve rapidly this winter.
ITOLAXD BEATS O'DONNELL
IX DOUGLAS CLUB FINAL
Young Jack Decisively Outboxes K. O.
Joo in Six Rounds
There was no doubt as to the winner
I la the mntch between Young Jack To
land and Joe O'Donnell In the wlnd-un
t the Douglas Club last night. The ban
Um fought nt a fust clip In every round,
lth Toland displaying superior form
tnrougbout with the exception of the first
In the opening session O'Donnell,
MbDed k. O. Joe, tried his utmost to
SUM his orellx cooil liv mlmtnlBterlni?
decisive wallop, but he found Toland
he a tough customer, and after Jack
W weathered that round he proceeded
to hnd O'Donnell a fine lacing.
In the other bouts leo Tracey won
Irom Lew Stlnepr In hIv rnnndn flnnip.
ter Jones defeated Al Knox In three
rounds, Al Brltt outclassed Willie Banck
wt and Joe 'Walters deserved the dec!
fon In his match with Joo Mullen.
. fSSi'J"'.'1 ' ady to met Jim Coffey In
th, rff2.l,out ln New yrk. Tom Jones.
Sui r5MJ maimer, saya so. And Jones
5in.5it1.dem3nd -u.0 or I30.0UO either,
M..r5?lyJ t0 ro,!t Coffey at the Madl
MM?n.aarc)tn i"111 h0 ta wllllnir to box
" pcrceotaffQ basis.
. War Ktnna r-S.tsof
tottUiiC: ' . T80, "-with the majority of
Smii"!10." e,ther wh the colors or
SSfii pfth ,h.lr Wttr worlt th0 Marylebono
trlckV. .C."'b ,na sovernlng body ot county
Is iVT. T" nnouneeq tnat. whether ths war
wuita:" " " a '
OTHER SPORTS ON PAGE 16
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FOIt M'LINN DINNER
Mnny Local Fans to Honor Retiring
Final arrangements have been made by
the Good Fellowship Committee for tho
testimonial dinner to George (Stoney) Mc-I-lnn
nt the New ningham Hotel Winter
Oarden tomorrow evening, and Indications
nro that It will be a big success, Judging
by the number that have responded to
the Invitations ecnt out, more than 200
having sent In their checks.
i Tih0 ""'nlnment part of the program
Is nine hands of Harry T. Jordan, of
Keiths, who promises many surprises
and novelties for the occasion.
p he t,mo f"" th" dinner Is called for
6:30, and the guests nro notified that
"glad rags" are not necessary.
0'KEEFE LOSES TO
THOMAS ON FOUL
Norristown Bout Is Stopped by
Referee in Seventh
Tho O'Kccfo-Thomas fued Is over.
Nover ngnln will Tommy O'Kcefo nnd
Charley Thomas, who put up four of tho
most sensational ring bouts over seen
In this city, como together In n 21-foot
clrclo. Their fifth meeting, scheduled for
15-rounds nt the Palace A. C, Norristown,
was brough to n climax In tho seventh
round, when Itcfcrce Frank O'Urlcn dis
annulled O'Kcefo nfter tho latter wns
guilty of butting.
Tho third man excused Tommy nt tho
conclusion of the sixth session for his
attempt to kick Thomns, believing
O'Keefo had lost his head In his
endeavor to finish their "grudge" de
cisively, but when a few seconds nfter tho
stnrt of tho next frame Tom continued
his unwarranted foul tactics, O'Urlcn
sent both boys to their respective corners.
Although tho fight fans, somo of whom
went to Norristown from Philadelphia to
witness what they expected to bo a great
battle, woro greatly disappointed ot tho
unlooked-for finish. Itefcrco O'Urlcn
made no mlstnkc In stopping the bout.
I'revlous to O'Kcefe'B attempt to kick
Thomas with his right foot, Tommy had
used his elbows and head In the clinches.
Thomas fought a ferocious battle. Ho
wanted to stop O'Keefo to prove his
superiority, but nt no time did Charley
attempt foul tactics. He stnrted the bout
by nosumtng the aggressive end of the
fight. Ho forced the mixing through
out, and although O'K'ccfe had the bet
ter of three of the six rounds, one being
even, Thomas was Just starling to forge
Into the lead when Tommy wns disquali
fied. Thn nxt ttmA .Tnhnnv Trftn ulin ill.nncn.l
or cmiig Dlgglna in Jig time nt tho Olympla
Clulj tho other night, appears licloro n locnl
nutllenco ho will be opposed to Joe O'Donnell.
They will mlnglo In tlio nlntlup nt tho Olymplu
Club a Biicclnl Christmas matlnro'n how. liach
ioy hn poted 20O an a forfeit for weight.
110 pounds ringside, llllte, n lounger brother
of Johnny, will make his lnltl.il professional
appearance. In n bout with Nell McCuo nt the
samo performance. Mlko McXulty, mnnager
?.' .,,h! St ,,,vu, Kewple, sas tho oungor
lirtla Is tho nmutour bantam champion of tho
Throe boxers have Jumped Into prominence
within b year. They aro Kred Fulton, heavy,
weight- Lea U'Arcy, middleweight, nnd Johnny
Ertlo. bantamweight. The ability of the flrsl
named Is moro or les shrouded In mystery,
nut the fact that he has been selected ns tho
llrst opponent, for Jess Wlllard nlnco tho
ut.rJ ?n ,lle henvywclsht championship
entitles him to mention with tho others.
Tho Ad Wolgnst-Packey
schcauled In Now- York Friday
ucuu iiuaijjuueu a tecif.
Tommy lluck. local featherweight, la In
groat lemand In tho West. After his lti.
round match with llonny Jlctlovorn In Kansas
City, hi will taks on ilatt Urock at Mlnnn.
George Chip Disqualified
BOSTON, Doc. 8.-Aftcr having battered
Jerc Bmlth. of Uayonne. N. J around tho
r!ne for tho better part of seven rounds.
JicorRo Chip, of Pittsburgh, was disqualified
" their bout last nlRht at tho New Armory
Club by Young- Donohue. the referee. Tho da
clslon. coming ns It did near the end of the
ocnth rounil. Old not make a hit with tho
audience, which was pulling hard for Chip. It
wag felt by a largo number of those present
that the blow on which tho decision waa based
wns a Mir or.e, but as tha referee os In
B'rtent tho victory lodges with Smith. lio
did not deserve It when the actual fighting Is
used aa tho medium of compulation.
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WHO WILL COACH PENN TEAM NEXT YEAR?
PLAYERS WOULD LIKE "BY" DICKSON
Field Coach of 1915
Eleven Still Consid
ered in Running" by
THE blame for Pennsylvania's poor
showing on tho gridiron this fall will
not be placed on Uyron S. Dickson's shoul
ders nnd It tho players hnve their way
about It, "Ily" Am be given a chaneo to
handle tho varsity eleven next fall, with
a free reign and nbsolute control,
This fall George Brooke's tltlo was sup
posed to hnvo been that of advisory coach
with IJIckson head field conch, but It Is
said that thcro were other advisory
coaches who managed to hnve their way.
with disastrous results. It Is said that
everything Dickson suggested to Improve
un ouenso was voted down by the coach
ing board nnd ho wns forced to tnke '
uiuith irom otners instead ot having a
free hand as a head coach should.
Dickson wants a chnnce to vindicate
himself, but Insists that he would not care
to return to Pcnn With conditions as they
hnvo been for tho last three seasons.
There Is certain to bo an advisory coach
ing boatd unless the sstctn la turned
completely upside down, nnd this Is not
likely until the now conch, whoever ho
mny be, proves that he Is big enough
for the Job. Dickson, however, wnnts a
new board nppolntcd, to bo composed of
men willing to glvo him a chnnce to make
Of all tho conches nt Pcnn last fal!.
Dickson Is the only ono. who did not
"alibi" Hip poor showing by declaring
that the material wns not up to the
Y. M. C. A. ATHLETES
HOLD GAMES TONIGHT
Two Meets Scheduled at West
Branch Other Track and
Two athletic events nie scheduled at
West Branch Y. M. C. A., G2d nnd San
sotn streets, tonight. Tho first Is a bi
monthly trnck nnd Held contest for mem
bers nnd the other the International meet,
nn Initial event, which will not bo an
nounced by Physical Director Owen V.
Daviq until a moment before the competi
Tho track nnd Held meet probably will
bo handicap as It Is the object of tho
nthletlu mentors to create- as much In
terest among the novices ns tho experi
enced. A program of live events prob
ably will be held, as follows: Cj-yard
dash, standing hop, step and Jump, 410
yard mn, standing brond Jump and SMI
Hurdler John 1". Nicholson, well known as
a tlnherslty of Mltiourl athlete, has turned
professional. Tho famous timber tonner will
coach the I'nlverslty of tha South trackmen at
Borne Pennsylvania athletic enthusiasts nrn
worrying a lot those days ln an effort to try
and name the man who will be track and field
coach when Doctor Orton'a contract expires.
Doctor Orion's term of office ends next June,
so It Is said, and then It will bo necessary for
the athletic leadcre nt I'enn to name h!a suc
cessor. AUIn C. Kracnzloln and Lawson ltab
crtson nro two mentioned ns possibilities.
"Ted" Meredith favors Itobertson. No one,
however, will bo considered until tho now
track committee Is elected.
aeorxe Ford, of Now York, who waa Junior
auartermlle champion back In 114)7, Is still a
vely sprinter. He won tho iiuarter-mllo
handicap at tho recent 7th Keglment games.
I'rank '.una. Irish-American 'A. C. Now York
distance runner, showed great powera of en
durance recently. In an afternoon start no
won a tross.couutry race through Van Cort
lnndt Tark. nnd at nlffht was tint on tha
uoarua in an inuoor two-miio race.
The Mlllroio A. A. cames at Madison Squaro
Garden, New York city. January sa. will far
omciasa any evor noia uy mai organization.
tno reports nave it. v a:-.
Homer Uaker, who wob Injured In a motor- , . X2S.LSL3
cycle accident last summer, la taking special II , VJ'jM51
exercise for his legs. He hopes to bo In con- 11 I lliUi lT""'
dltlon for competition next February. i'llf. VSTS1. '". I
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.SOMETHING BUT IT SEEMS
IMPOSSIBLE THAT IT
could be an
y Could BEAN J i ' 1 VS, VeK.V'1 P -i -O I AH'NOWl . 's.
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llefore tho season opened, Dickson said
ho looked for a great year because tho
material wns so promising. After the
season closed his only comment wns that
the poor work wns not tho fault of the
Thnt there were too many coaches, and
that they were hooked up wrong was
evident, nnd the plnjers nnd student
body nro of tho opinion that Dickson was
hooked up worse than nnv
Dickson Is of the Folwcll nnd Hollcn
back type. He has conched footbnll un-
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START THIRD TOUR
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NEW YOUK, Dec. 8,-Tho third tour of
the Owen Magnet was started yesterday
from this city to Philadelphia with the
Inrgest number of cars In line of any
of the previous runs.
The route took tho cars from hero to
Huston. Pa., where a stop wns made for
the night nnd tho run wns then continued
to Philadelphia. Tho pnrty wns made up
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Van It. Whltnll; D. S. Luclcr, N. Lazar
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Itny Mlcglcr, Itlchnrd Knln, Clarcnco
Gardner car; drlvor, II. M. Owen: Dun
can Curry, II. II. Doerlng, C. U F. Wlo
bcr. E. S. Pnrtrldgo's white car; driver,
Wnltcr Nowtll; George W. Hippie, Georgo
W. Graham, V. S. Partridge, Mr. Bcstar.
Carl II. Pago Motors Company's car
maroon); driver. James Ganley; II, D.
Wlllard, John Betts, William B. Bray,
Georgo Lee Thompson's car; driver, Joe
Bell; II. D. Van Brunt, J. Spnnjler, C. U.
Quaker City Motor Club Elections
The ninth annual meeting and election ot
tho Quaker City Motor Club waa held last
night In the clubroom of the organization, with
a big uttendanco ot members. Thirteen candi
dates ran for tho board, nnd the winners were
not known until tho last ballot had been
counted. The election resulted as follow!,:
President, I'aul II. Muyellc, flrst vice presi
dent, O. Dourloss Ilartlelt, second Mce presi
dent, I. Bhoemnker; treasurer, italph L. Mur
rny secretary, W. V. Hinge; hoard of gov.
ernors. S. Leon flans, Oeorco M. Oraham. tj.
Hlltun Oantert, George O. Meade, Thomas p.
Keefert. Georgo H. I'otts, Prank llardart, J. It.
Overpeck nnd P. D. Folwcll.
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Opinion Is That For
mer Bucknell Coach
Could Turn Out Win
der the new game, and nt Bucknell
turned out great elevens with material
far below the college standard, particu
larly In size. He has a wonderful per
sonality, Is a tireless worker nnd thor
oughly i-npablo In every way.
The experience Dickson gained with the
1915 eleven wilt probably do him more
good thnn the 14 years he has coached
previous to this fall. He was In a poal
1 Hon where he could hot do himself Jus
i lice, but ho fnred the music, took nil the
criticism that was hurled at the coaching
nnd Is stilt taking It without offering
Lack of Interference nnd not lack of
natural power held back the Pcnn of
, fense Inst fall. The tenm hnd enough
, plays. Its offenso wob n combination of
the Harvard nnd Cornell systema which
were wonderful point scorers, nnd w'Hi
Interference Penn would not have ap
peared so wenk.
At Duckncll Dickson made n reputa
tion because of tho manner In which his
linesmen got Into tho Interference. Tho
samo thing would have resulted at Penn
had he been nllowcd a freo hand. Dick
son understands the game from tho
ground up, nnd It Is unfortunate that ho
wns Held coach In name only,
(Tills I the third of n srrlrK nf U
nrtlcles on the men eligible for the
ponltlon nf head roach at I'enn. The
neit article will nppenr tomorrow.)
"BIG THREE" MAY
FAVOR SUMMER BALL
Yale, Harvard and Princeton
Have the Matter Under
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 8. Yale,
Harvard nnd Trlncoton probably will go
on record as having summer bascbatl
with restrictions. It wns learned hero on
good authority. The matter was con
sidered nt length at tho recent meeting
In New York of tho Point Eligibility Com
mittee from Yale, Harvard and Prince
ton, where a new set of eligibility rules
was tentatively adopted which will bo
passod upon later by tho Individual ath
It Is stated that rnero playing of baso
ball In the summer was considered by
the members of the committee us a good
thing for tho sport and that It was plny
lng for clubs ngnliiBt the existing rules
that was deprecated, As tho committee
had full power to change the rules sub
ject to a later ratlilcatlon by tho athletic
associations, tho committee devised a
scheme which Includes a supervision ot
"summer baseball" by the college author
ities, from whom a permit must bo ob
tained before a man can play.
Soccer Player Dies
IMward Woinlckl, manager and goalkeeper
of Iltldesburg A. C. Soccer Club, or the Allied
Lcaguo of this city, died last evening at
Krankford Hospital after a week's lllnera of
pneumonia. He was a prominent soccer player
and did much to encourage the game. He waa
a pupil ot llrldcsburg Hchoot nnd was em
ployed, by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Good! The wise and liberal
giver! That's the sensible gift
from man to man. And how about
your Christmas list?
Your favorite customers, your
faithful employees, your nearest
friends, and the smokers in vour
BASEBALL MAGNATES NO MORE BRAG
THAT THEY ALONE CAN WIN A FLAG
They're Sure to Say, if Interviewed, That With This
Idea They're Imbued; "Unless We Win, I Guess
We'll Lose, That's All I'll Say to Such as Youse."
By GRANTLAND RICE
tn rfrt) poiio oy nero the snotes
The tnapnates sicartned Irom hills and
Anil tehen they came, each one aroso
And epoke at length also as follota
""KTOU can say for mo that the Porcu
X pines have the old flag already won.
Nothing to It. We've added n good, hard
hitting outfielder, a crack Inflcldcr and
two star pitchers. I know wo finished
soventh last fall, but next senson Is an
other story. We ought to win easy. If
we don't the tenm thnt beats us out," etc.,
Hut now. no more iclth lofty prtito
They claim the lap with words of pas
slott; They lead you coyly to one lde
And put you right in this new fashion
"Who'll win the pennant? I hadn't
thought about It. nut here's n sure bet:
tho Erds won't last through March. You
can also say that tho day of these long
term contracts Is over. We've got tho
Kods on tho Jump, but If they Insist on
war wo'll go the limit. Why, say," etc.,
Jn tho old days we'll admit that we re
ceived no grcnt thrill when we heard
some Seventh I'lnco ningnnte predicting a
suro winner for tho ensiling campaign.
Hut tho old feeling was ono of ecstatic
bliss nnd unalloyed rapture compared to
the wny we feel when O. II. stnrts talking
about the Feds or the Feds start yelping
about O. n.
When a husky athlete digs his toes Into
tho sod nnd gets net for a four-bnso blow,
how much more likely Is ho to ntrlke out
thnn the player content with a safo drlvo
for n single cushion?
Crnyath last senson hnd ono of tho
grcntcst slugging campaigns baseball has
over known. Tho I'hllly mauler pum
meled enough home runs to last out a
liut tho world series shows him leading
the strikeouts with six whiffs through llvo
battles. And now the figures on the com
plete pennant campaign show him lead
ing his leaguo ln tho samo respect with 7"
strikeouts counted against him.
If, ns reported, variety Is tho splco of
life, Cravath had the spiciest summer of
his existence this Inst senson. Ho led his
league In homo runs, bases on balls,
strikeouts and runs scored.
Alcxnndcr fnlled to return a Mnthewso
nlan world scries outburst against tho
Red Sox, but his record for over 40 Na
tional League gnmca Is the counting fac
tor. IHg Alex's mark ot 1.22 corned runs
to the game Is a National Leaguo record,
as wo recall tho figures, although Dutch
Leonard set a faster pace two seasons
ago, when ho permitted only 1.07 runs to
each start. Tho Nebraska Slego dun led
his circuit ln both quantity and quality.
And his record was entirely too good to
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bo dimmed by any ono week's work, even
In the world's scries test
It doesn't seem to be over a week or two
ago slnco Hubo Marquard was pitching
19 straight, crowding In 21-lnnlng victo
ries or developing no-hlt games.
And now como tho records of 191S to
show where the renowned Itubn permitted
ft yield of 87 tallies ln 20 games, an nvcr
ago of over four tallies to the afternoon.
Itube ranked number G2 In a Held of 68.
Marquard In years nnd expcrlenco Is
still short of his prime. Ho Is 10 yenrs
younger than Mathewson nnd 15 years
younger than Kddle I'lank. It Is difficult
to Ilguro a pitcher with nil the stuff he
hnd only two jears ago completely on the
skids. Under Hobby's coaching 1914 may
unng mm DacK ngnln to tno old level.
Trcsldent Oaffney's open address to tho
Ilraves should hnvo tho desired effect.
Kor the IJrnves absorbed their bitter les
son In this respect a few months ago.
Whllo they were out riding umpires tho
Phillies were out playing ball, nnd about
tho Hth of October It happened to be tho
'Phillies collecting tho National League
end of tho W. S. pay check.
"Yale's heavy punishment of Le Gore,"
begins nn exchange. Whnddya menn
heavy punishment? It looked more like a
reward to us. Didn't Ynlo keep him out
of tho Harvard game?
Houtg nt Gayctj
Tho fenture of tho boxing houta which
will bo given tonight at tho Gayety The
ntro will be the final bout In tho 103
pound claas between Kranklc Conway end
Young Dorsey. Theso boyB havo worked
their way to the final out through n big
entry list which Included somo of the
best known nmatcura In tho city, and
they will contest for tho diamond ring
nnd gold watch. In nddltlnn thero will
ho a number of bouts In tho 110 nnd the
133 pound classes, ns welt ns special
bouts between Johnny Karl and Henry
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