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RVBKING LBDGBB-PHILADBLPniA, I'UHHDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1910.
fOBNELL ATHLETE LOOKS LIKE POLE VAULT RECORD BREAKER BREEZY BOXING BITS'
lUNDEE DANCED AND PRANCED
HOW DUNDEE BEAT MURPHY WITH "AEROPLANE WALLOP'
GAVVY CRAVATH HOLDS FORTH
AND AJ-.su w ajl iurjj MUJtcrni
f. Local Lad and Vis
itor Shows Real Class
I n, ROBERT W. .MAXWELL
Ir WAS a bait night for tha IrMi nt tlic
Uvmnla A . lint night. T o sons of
.j- singer nnil n boxer, timlcd the.
ft1,.', Hregi i of defeat and rottrcil nmlil
1' Lntlc shouts of several thousand
Si, Vuitomers who paid for Irtic prlvelege
Rutins and seeing then defeated.
, u"nsCU9tom(,ra were aided ami
iMted by one perfectly good Jliix which
!(,ea.i.'.h,ii.nrnnce Just before the
S , put on and refused to leave
?,, -5, Euwnnls put out the llRhts.
ln-i,ii the Jinx was worKlns "t Its best,
'.i Murnliy h I" J"3t ns ,rl"11 ns
Sm?.me Implies, was l.nnded a scientific
E Johnny Dundee, the well-known
K un who is sailing under the colors
RrSlUM Murphx tried haul, forced
IseMhi. ev"t minute of t. o six liurrl
."Stobiil hi best ertortB could
&JSA th hnnillcBP Placed upon
!!: k. Iho visiting hoodoo.
ti broke badly for Ireland during the
k l between the semlwlnd-up and the final
Kit A eet singer Introduced an the
LcenVman what tt.ints to i.B and don t
fnnl W .mono threw Into the, ring"
hrd through the iupen and, utter re
run his hat held up hl hand for
fece A Plan" iw I'""""1 "w"
0ieiux -.,! iinrn ptiilpiiMirrtl In
Kv an accompaniment to some popular
!S, but he bravely selected his own
C ' nd started out on "Tho Uoclty Head
"'-..Min The coins was line until lio
Cached the chorus but then the roURh
'itgff appeared and he retired nmld cheers
nd plher thine
Wphy Fights Well
Then camo Jimmy .uurpii. mu jm
M Mm In Its grasp, but he didn't know
IL Eten liuiic w ivtjuiu iwui' ,i ....
.hard time in the ring last nlKht.
"Despite this intlsiblo liuntiicup. notv
..... M.irnln nut un ono of tho best
littles of his career, uud, although de-
filled, Raincu it iiust "' " "i"'"".''
Kotoncc did ho let up III the entlio six
rounds, and kept Dundee working hard
it ill times. It wiii the kind of boxing
that alwas makes a hit, nnil tho only
,crillclsm we h.ie to maKc is tnai it
didn't last long enough We would have
been nllllnB to see several lounils, but
'it la doubtful it Murphy felt the anie
"Dundee, nhvats a llash.t boxer, was
'ttMtr than ever. Ills "nnopluno wal
lop," which always landed when both of
kljfeet were off tho tloor, was too much
for Jiurplij. The local prldo did not
lurk on a defense aBalnst an nerlal nt
'lick. 'Dundee Was Fast
r With the cception of the tlrst round
Here wai no holding of Dundee. He
averted around Murphy with tho
Quickness of lightning, and every
lime he would leap forward his
left shot out tt itli torrlllc force to
Murphy's Jaw or bod He displayed a
learty respect for Muiphy's hlttiiiB potv
r, anil lie never allowed tho West
Phlladelphlan an opportunity to get set,
The crowd went wild early in tho tlrst
Ttund when Murphy landed tho first
punch. It was n pretty straight light, and
It caused Dundee to Jump back to tho
ropes. In this session Murphy held his
oppontnt to an oen break, as the Italian
tu prone to wait the I'hlluilclphiaii out.
Bjrthetlme the tlrst round closed nun
dee lad taken Ills opponent's measure
and had planned his method of attack.
, It was a different Dundee who sprang
from his corner at th6 start of tho sec
ond round. Ho danced and pranced around
the ring-, tearing Into Murphy with such
flashes of speed that tho latter could not
check him. In close. Dundee never stoii.
ped. Hero ho had the ad milage on Mur
phy, for tho latter could not get oft a
punch in close
Murph No Match
Murphy was theia to fl-ht. and lie did
f.ht;buthe was no match for tho rugged
In the latter rnunriK Mnrnbv nplilnm
landed a punch A couple of times, In a
t-nenort to catc i the clusite New York.
Cr, he rU8hed nernsa tbn rlnp-. lilttlni- tho I
ilr " " !
As do all fl
nlshed artists Dundee nut I
Ouches to I is work I u ?ho
ind. T Time and again he
the pol shine
iv una. rnunds "inn nn,i jut.
tnit Murphy hack to the iop-s with
Wine smashes to tho body. Ho got
U right working in these two rounds.
would dart across tho ring, some-
UffleS in his eairnrnpsti fntrlv In.-nhif Infn
U lr. Murphy tried to hold him off
T extending his left straight out, but
jwndee would duck under the obstacle,
"tins away with right and left to tho
body and head.
Cold Tea Not
iBomenhn , , . ..
lift- i.v. j mlr wua causeu uy
nieitli during tho intermission periods.
11.7 v; up a "usplclous looking bot
Hh, ?undeo'a lips each tlmo Johnny
SJ . t0 ,1,a cnier for tho niliiuto
A.J!t ani fans near t'10 "lng saw that
..-. .m ot tho contents of the bottle
Hoied 1 like the "old stuff." Investlga
, however, proed that It was cold
i SCRAPS ADOUT SCRAPPERS
fffi.T3.fi. ,n.alo'' when ha pairs off
UlL AiSSSf'i."1, "'? "'xnpltt next Muinlay
ta i ,.th.U8,h "6 lo-il lad has been bo..
If ik.' li!.,lB.,lu Proved hU tlans ileildedli.
bat ihirS'"V nr , Lle and Tuber In
tntrtir,"1W.,''?cktu'le un bo u.stii as a
34.1m S.m "IS ,",no".up " tho favor te.
2S5S iSl yr,.,K", fr 10 rounds, being
T-diai""2u.t .taKI"B a count wbllo
B" OrojjJ Jack twke fur nlno tolls.
3-aft7..i?ne,,?fa Wlllard a slx-lnch ad
frV VA"S.IS.1' Moran wl,c 'be pair meei
iu!7 .OlK. Tha enntott,!,.- -nn.l- .nu I..-I
The contender manil.s one Inch
l tun.. 11TIII....I ..i.ki.. .hi.
thu tetter of si pounds, whll-
wu 4i-.-. n;r or ij pounus. wn 10
, . tlOM reach a 7814 Inches, will b on
PETEYHe Ought to
I 'Hex ha V , v ' f ( LeSi0& prom T-rr AiiJ Ruw wwZ&k !
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Evening Ledger Decisions
of Ring Bonis Last Night
Of.VMI'IA .tnlnmv llnndrr defeated
Jimmy Murphy, .lor lh shnilrcl ( hnr-
Im JlcCnrlhri inmiK I'nlinir i"i from
Snllor Snillr), Mlrkr) Hrunn ilefentnt
tllmniy Mrt iil.e, 'lerry Ketclirl mm
'rankle t'lnrk itf.
Ni:W Olll.nANH Kid llerninn drew
Willi Kill Mllllnmn In 20 niunil.
Ni:U lOIIK .tor Areirdn unn nn n
Irrlinliiil kni.rk-nut otrr Hilly llennrlt
mIipii I lie Inllrr uni dropped in tlir
tl.lril round nnil lie as iimililr to con
tinue, Anttinn) Mdiiiwnn ntnppeil Mike
Ituonell In tlir tl.lril. Willie .Inrknnn ilc
frnlrd niiiie U inciter, Miirty Croi drew
with lint Allrn.
TAAIAtl"A iiiiiib Alnhoner ilinilrd
lolinnr Cnlili, K. (), llroun mill llnlllliiK
rirrsi'llil.l), MnK. .loe Dxnn nnt
fnlight Karl Ilrrr.
MIJMrillH .Inrlc I.iirrrn knnrlird mil
Kid 1'nKtrr In llirre round.
KANSAS t'lrY Ail Wotcnot iind
I'mnUIr lliimn drew In right rniind.
the short end of 4 Inches In tills plijalral
The Hriirls Hdltor Is In rei-elpt of n Idler
from Holillrr KJtllo Klnlrv of Nwnrk uho
Isniies rhnlli-ncM to .Turk MoCiirron IMillr lti-olri-
and Killor Charley (Imndn Tho aohllcr
atntcs he ha8 ncter been defeated
At Thiim I nnxioim to vnh hlmpplf on
Vounir ,Iik (Vllrlen for a ir,-round fet-to nt
N'orrltonn Tho formrr rnrcnflv r.imi out of
retirement unci his tlrst mnteli win. nlth Joe
MeDrrmntt nt tho Nonimrrll Club. Thum and
Little Jack met about n ear ni?j.
Another Western boxer who ba imndeil the
1. 1st Is .Slnnlei Kptchell, a neltirwelsht from
pkbihom.i. Ho Is milking Philadelphia Ills
Tho proposed milch between lmk MrCarron
of Allentnwn, ami Jeff Mmlth of laonne nt
the National I'lub, here, probabb will be
stuped on Lincoln's birthday, the weight n bo
1SS pounds rlmcslde.
Al Mcfov. "mlddlewclKht ehninplon " wanin
to meet Jaik Dillon nt tin pomulx This woulil
be one time tli.it McCoy would be Injected with
n sleep potion, h'tlll ho would be the champion,
as L'S pounds Is thu mlddlowclehl limit
Ilronkhn fans will Ret their lnlll.it Bllmpvor
i'harle White nt the I'ltrn.nnt lllnk, IVbrunrv
24. when the Ohlcngn left-book knockcrout
meets ll.irrj- fierce. Pierce Is n IoiikIi bird,
nnd White may lute a h.inl tlmo louiiiliiir him
Into tho rosin.
A letlir recehed bv the Sports Hlltop. slimed
"Loter of Si lent 111c HoxIiik." st ites "II hv
iloeFh't a promoter In this i Ity matih llobht
Henolds with n.ldle Morcan? thit i lnmv
bout that would be " L O. S 11. Hlnn writes
boxing Is flourishing up throunh the State.
KenalnKton and Illchmond acnln are at Ior.
gerhends oxer the respeciHe boxinc ablllilcs
of Hobby Mt I.eod and Voung McUom rn. The
former ret entl defc.ited Mitlfitern, but Illch
mond fans want to seethe pair In action .iKalu.
An Intir-dlstrlct match will be the feature
fra nn the proKram of the HoukI.ih Club
Thurmlnv nlcbt, when Young Jink 1'olnnd,
of the 11th Ward. ta kles loe fl'.WII. of tlo
JOth Ward. Matt I'onllu. tho I. id who proved
a senmtloii when he mopped nut of the audi
ence ami boxed without a minute's prcllniltnry
work, amiln will appear. Ilu will meet Maxie
Uptown Five in Line for
Title Shelton and
Schoppe Leave In
stitution OTHER SCHOOL NEWS
Northeast High Schoo' raced :i 'liiemma
In basketball when Wallace, tho tenter
and both Shelton and Schoppe, the for
wards, were lost to the team but Coach
Walter Keating pulled his squad through
In lino shape with a trio uf substitutes
who made good light from tl stint. They
were "Itay" Gardiner, Hronn and Awiultli.
Together with Sturgls and Captain
Johnny Hedelt, Northeast Is not lacking
in championship cago material,
Word was passed around the school
yesterday that Shelton and Schoppo had
left school. Keating will miss them, but
In Gnidluer ho discovered a clever center
nd with Htuigls and Asqulth as for-
! waids, nnil with Uliiu ami Miuchaidt
reaily to nIay wlle" c',llll'1 l")u"' wltl!
Ganllner. tho crew leadei. at enter and
Urown uud llcdclt. guards Norlheast Is
ic.idy to light Its way
tu thu top of the
High School League.
Amuug tho scholastic qulnlels ilc-trl.it; nlRhl
games Is tho htraycr"H lluslucss College,
htrniers would like to Hit llist-class te.11114
hating hoinu halls. O. J. New in. inn, -'l 1'lno
s'rect, is making tho arruiiRoinciiis for theeo
games. Strair'a I'nlleKu placra plaed tho
Chester High school rtsertes In thtlr last
Jenkintown Illsh Hchool athlt-Us eeem to
hatu an edge on tho Ahlngtoii I Hull bo) a this
season. In tho cage games betwisu tha Jen
kintown and Ablmtlon buys last week Jenkin
town IIIkIi won both first und second team
games. -- t
The glrln pl.ijod n cuiiih jesliid.i und Jen
kintown lll.h, with tho MUst-.s llhe, Cnrlln,
Taylor, hlinud. 1'ottM und Truuibauer, weru
farced to admit defeat to tho AbliiKtun High
team, .'ill ti I'l. Tho Misses lick. Noble, llo
dlne, Wr.it, Wilson mid lli-lchcrt represented
laawrcncctlUe School's t,whnmlng tram will
bo entered in the 1'rlniiton luterschulastlo
meet to be hull ut l'rlnceton next SaturUat.
West rhlladelphla. Central High and ht,
Luke's .School will hate aquatic tlars entered
from this clt
The Vlllanota ITeparutory S-hool basketball
players are making 11 gnat uphill tight this
bcssou and nn, doing beiter work in the c.ikb
now than ha been Iho use at any other tlmo
this Ht-atou MiCully and Cruno are .uliig ex.
relleut work, und Volght Is also huprotlag In
hla work as guard.
rollowlng the game with Narberth High ihls
afternoon, thu Chetinut Hill Aindeiuy pussera
will meet the (lermantown Academy tuam at
bt, Martin's on Uuturday ulternnon Coach
htockluv considers tho ilerinaulmtn gama one
of the bhc stents of the season.
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FOSS, OF CORNELL, EXPECTED
TO CRACK POLE VAULT MARK
Protege of Moakley
Ability in First Sea
CORXEMj has a youthful pole raultcr
uho, Coach Jack Moakley thinks, will
tnnko a strong bid for the world's record
this spring. Ho Is I-'rank Foss, now a
.junior. Tho reason that Moakley thinks
so highly of Foss Is what ho accom
plished last j oar under scveio handicaps.
Toss was only a sophomore then, and It
was his llrst year of Intercollegiate com
petition In tho Indoor championships at
Madison Sciuaio Garden In March he
cleared the bar at 1." feet 3 Inches. Then
he entered the University of I'ennsjlvanla
relay races In April and surprised even
his coach by clearing the bar ut 12 feet
10 inches. Ho might have, gone oven
higher and endangered the world's record
of 13 feet 21. Inches ltnd he not sprained
his v mt on Ills U 10 Jump.
It was thought for a tlmo th.it Foss
had luokcii his wrist, but It pioved to ho
only a bad spinln. Hut It was sucli a bad
0110 that the youngster could do no morn
practising that spring. Ilut In spite of
his lack of prnctlso Foss mine to the In
tercolleglato championships 011 Fianklln
Flold and depending entirely upon gym
nastic work for his strength, ho tied for
first place at Vi feet.
Foss now Is In good condition and will
go after tho Intercollegiate indoor mark
next inuntli. Tho wmld'si out-door mark
Is held by Marc Wright, the former Dart
mouth stnr, who, in 1.1.', cleared tho
bar at 13 feot -". Inches in the olymplo
try-outs at Ilostou. Foss Is a good com
petitor, and In his efforts o create n new
record will have tho ns.sis.nuco of Wilbur
Newsletter, 11 I'etmbylvnnla sophomore.
BIG LEAGUE HALL OR XOTIjING!
Mysterious Circulars in Baltimore Ex
press Demands of Fans
IIAT.TIMOltn. Feb. S.-Wg lengno ball
or nothing, Is tho demand of Baltimore
fans today in circulars which inyateilous.
ly have niada their appearance In town.
Tho circulars protest against Baltimore's
omission from the major circuits, and
urge tho fans to boycott tho "tank town
International I.eugue" variety of playing.
who tied with him last year for first .In
the Quaker relays
Foss Is a small man, standing about G
feot 7 Inches nnd weighing about M5
pounds Curiously enough, this is tho
haino phslquo most Intercolleglato cham
pions have possessed, notably Wright, of
Dartmouth, and Dray and Gilbert, of Yalo.
Chunk- Derrick Again Hoisted
, I.Ol ISVll.Li:. Ky.. Fob. 8 Cliude Derrick,
list yt.tr sliurtslon ror tho Loulstlilo lAmerl
an Aesoil.lt ion 1 llaseball Club, has been sold
for nn niMimtl price to the Indloupolls Club
of thu - nn IniKiie. 1'resident O. II. VVathen,
fir tbn i.onUvllli' Club, made this unnouminieiit
latu todiv. DerrUk was tetuml from the
Penn Tank Team Wins
Tho rinusyltunla swimming team hid no
dlflbulty In duft-atlng iho I'lttaburgh uuuatlo
stars last night In it meet at Welghtman Hall,
scoring 51 points to 80 against the "Smoky
1 lt" bo. ln only two etcuts d!1 the ti.
Itors scorn 'tlrst place, thosa in tho 3U-ard
ram and tho son.feet back stroke runt I
Amateur Events Scheduled
bg Middle Atlantic Union
I'rhriuiry 18 nnd ID Itoilnc, Pitts
burgh Athletic Am-im iation.
l'ebruary 'it U()-urit Itrent stroke,
ritlsbiirRh Athletic As-.cn latlnn.
l'ehriiarr .(i (Ijniininllc, l'hllnilelphla
March 3 Swimming, r00 jnrds nnd
fane) diving, riilluileliihla Turngenirliiilr.
. March 3 Swimming. 100 .tards unci
nnej- lilting (fur women), I'lillaclelphhi
March I .sitlmmlng, ir,0 .Urdu brrast
Nlrulcu und 'HO .ards frc-r stle (fur
ttnmrn), f.ermnntuttn oung M'omrn'H
.Mi.rc.lt III nnd 11 Wrestling, l'llts
lilirKh Athletle Assoclatluii.
Mnnh ts snlnimiiiK, 400 3 arils relay,
Philadelphia .SttlmmliiR Club.
March 2H Indoro truck and field, Car
nrele 'lrrh. A. ., I'lltsburgh.
April 15 Swlinmlnir. .10 nnd 320 .arils,
(irrmiintown Yuuug .Men's Chrlttlan As
February 13 Crus-coiintry run, South
I'ebriiary 17 Anuutlc meet, Soho
Ilatlis .Swimming Club.
I'rhriuiry IB swimming meet, C I.lli
rrtj . JI. C. A.
1 rlirtiury ID Cross-country run. North
ttrxt Ho. s' Club.
l'ebriiury 10 Swimming meet. Tilth.,
Irbruar. 31 Aiiuntle meet, lljgrla
l'eliriuiry ii Cross-counlry run, Clover
hniar 33 Cruhs-c-ounlry run, South
rebriiiir 311 Cross-country run. South
Jlnrch II tU-uilowliroiik niimial Indoor
Pirates Sign Shortstop
PITTSHCnOH. Feb. B.-Hhortstop James
Hmlih his been slencd to plat tilth thn Puts
burgh National Leiguo club next season, h'mlih
plated with the Chicago nnd naltlnioro l-'ed-tral
League teams last Feason
Leach to Manage Roclie.ster
IlOClli:STi:it. N v.. Feb. 8 -Tommy Leach,
a former National league, ball plater, has
signed a contract to matiago the ltochester
team of tho lnttrnatlonal League according to
a statement made by President Chapln.
Ford Auto Owners
All Ford Auto owners residing In Penn
sylvania nro requesttd to semi name and
address and number of car to our East
ern distributing ottlco and receive valu
able lnfurmutlun of u tash co-operatlte
distributing proposition In connection
with tho car sou own.
American Ford Owners' Assn.
610 Urexcl I!!d rhlladelphla
AS BASEBALL'S KING OF S.WAT
Circuit Clouts Give Philly Outfielder Edge on
Sam Crawford Magee and Cobb Also in
Running for "Bust-'em" Honors
fTVlH featuro Illiil todn
JL w-llderltig mstery "Who In baseball's
lending slugger?" In nt many reels ni you
There me two lending contenders. Thev
are Sam t'lawfoid. of Deliolt, ntul Cactus
Ciauth, of I'lilladelphl.i. Tlftj next two
in line nre Sherttood Nottingham Mngeo
nnd TtniR Itnyinond Cobb.
As the fan populace nlwnys esteems any
one who enn hust 'em, ntul ns thero lmp
ionic in tiinnv ipierlps as to who should
weui the Wnllopliig Crown nnil sit on the
Throne of Sttut. we will deem It n rnre
pleasure to present the comparative swat
ting Millies of Mr Crawford mid Mr.
ntei the ten-tear ionic inwford rules
supreme, ns Crntnth hits tolled lu big
leiigup imrb for only lite seasons For tho
I last ten campaigns there nt e three men
fnr out In front nt the applied science of
producing ettn buses the innln test of
slugging nbllltv, plus speed.
The three arc Crawford, Willi SIS extra I
liases .Magee, tilth ".,9 extra bases, uud
Cobb, with 7r,2 extia bases.
It will likely be a Jolt to the talent to
learn that Sherwood Magee bus hit for
nioro extra bases than Cobb hns since the
Georgia Ghost went to Deliolt, ten je.iis
. ngo 11 win he no surprlso to learn that
I Ciawford Is nearly 100 eNtr.i bases beyond
both, ns the Tiger stvutsimut Is known as
1 111., ,1,1 ltf tot ,11,., (In, nf lllu lnnr.ll.
... ,, ,,1.-0. IIIIIUIVI .1. 1113 ILUhllVi
(.rawiord s. Lravnth 1
The ense of Ciawford vs. Cnivnth
brings In the main mystery. Crawford
over a ten-year span has averaged 81.6
extra bases a season. Ci.iviith, oter n
llte-jcar span, bos averaged W 1 estra
bases each year. Ciavatlt would appear
to hate tho decision.
Hut thetc Is more to the mystery than
111 10 years Crawford has made CO home
runs a ttlllp over t to the season. In
live tears Cravatli has tnndc 71 home
runs about 15 to the- season. Crnvath,
011 nn nveiuge, has hit three homo runs
to Crawford's one. Ilut how much ot
this Is duo to Cravatli nnd how much
to the short I'hill.t bairlcade?
Continuing the Case
datath leads In home 1 litis three to
one Hut in tilplcs nnd doubles Craw
ford Is far ahead. He lias averaged 19
triples each year to Cravath's 10, and ho
ban averaged .11 doubles to Gnvvy's 23.
Cravath's big extra base average Is
due In the main to tlio.se 74 home runs and
many of these home runs are due to thoso
short fences in the homo yard
.lust how many is where the mystery
enters which leaves the Crawford-Cravatli
debate In doubt Taking tho records nlonc,
Cravatli stands out as the slugging king.
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-.wWv.. .. -. iigrileu, steam
lltcry, motortiuats. hhtiles. Kverythlut; mod.
und up-tu date Mills looLlet on iiupllcmlon
to A, A I'KVIHl'O.S' t'HAbCATl I'. O.
IIKIIMI'UA. Write or rail IIBI.I.KVIK'S
TOl'lts H7II llro-Uu-v. New Vurk Clt.
THE LOUVRE Si, Plans
Central to all attraction- Orchestra 0r-
man, tnall.o, erencu ana bpanisn spokta.
FORNOS HOUSE SEAvt
rooms Uery room nuh private balcony.
Hoc ltnd told baih. Moderate term Oopo
tta Central l'rU. Near all thcatrits.
Superior location with an I
unobstructed view of beach I
aM boardwalk A recognized I
standard of excellence I
cramps. atantio city
By GRANTLAND RICE
will be that be- , Taking Into Consideration the larecr field' f
where Crawford has done his batting, tha
argument begins nil oter ngnln.
The Wallop ,
Under prcsent-dav prices the baseball.,, i
wallop Is a piker's gift comp.iied to the
Tev Klcknt il expects several thousand
folks to pay over $S0,000 nn the chance 1
that one l O. wallop will be put upon
display when Wlllard fines Moran.
Hnseball Isn't the only gntuo that reeks
with clpbate on this nupstlon of the wallop.
You can flnil nttv number of boxing ' '
rump followers willing to testify that n
Month's wallop Is 10 per cent, stouter t,
than Willurd's Also an eittnl number j
willing lo testify the other way. With 11
t till 0 contingent 1 onllclent enough that
.lack Dillon tan outpunch cither man.
Wlllard, Moran and Dillon
There Is no part of a debute left as to
tlic wallop that Moran nnd Dillon have. 10
concealed about their persons. These two
have put the punch upon display too,,,,
often to be doubted. Given nn opening
either can leave a dent in the Jawbones'""
of an Iron ox. .lnmes Coffey Is willing to - .
tuke oath on Moron's kick, while Cowler .
nnd others will imikp nil the nflldavlts
iipeded upon the ha maker that Dillon
What about Willurd? Tho Kansas .,,,,
Dwarf hud no liistt tap hidden up Ills
blceve when he fought Ciunboat Smith, ",
Hear-cat McMahon and Curl Morris. Ho
dropped Juck Johnson, but only when the ,""
reeling Smoko was about gone. .
Can Wlllard outpunch Mornu or Dillon?
Wc doubt it Hut with the Kiinsan's bulk
and power nnd n fairly clever defence,
what chance will Moran have to drive the
dreammaker home? Wlllard Is stronger
than Moran. has a longer reach, a greater -
cletemess and a better defense.
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most wonderful benches in all tho -
world to sun upon smartest society, ah
of the continent finest winter resort,...
hotels down on tho
Florida East Coast "
Spend the winter nt St. Augustine
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the finest resort hotels In the country. Ask , ,
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243 Tilth Avenu
155 W. Madison
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KEY WEST. nl.
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Tourist and commercial
Kfodffrn In .v.rr Amal till
tall; table and sertlce nrst class Rooms wltv
Mrs allEIlMANl IIUltllUH. v't
THE JBFKEnSON European plan. Dallr' "
roncrrla by If Marine Hand. Home of tax
green turtle, lobster and ether sea food.
U - Army and Natal Station. Tarpon and
nn other kinds of nahlnc.
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ST. AUOU8TINE. FLA. .
The Valencia and Cottages
Gtram heat, electricity. Mrs A Mlis Ecksrt.
CIIAItLCSl-ON, 8. C.
Only Inn overlooking Harbor and UatUrr
Parle; refined patronara; Southern cookl&jr.
Wrlte for booklet and terma.
opens for exclusive catrenaie, orlclnal Ce-
lonlal furnlihings. Southern cooklrur. yacht.
Inc. coif, tennis air and Mrs J
Centrally located, opposite Victoria Park.
Excluilte family house Modern Close to all
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IMPERIAL HOTEL cN'nraj,'1; Jjgj
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POINT PLEASANT HOTEL
Only hotel on the water front. Open all year.
Newly Improved New management Home
cooklnc. Rates t3 per day up. IC W. Ilalldea.
THE ALLENHURST f3rV,k
Strictly flrst-clasi family hotel. Centrally
located Modem. Home cooking. Boating,
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