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ClIICACiO Tttdvr ar ml icil In th Cube cup race rim ocr tlio Crown Point-Lowell courso on
JuiiP l'.i, anil Iwfhf or the twist UniiiiiH ami iI.iiIiik ilrhci'K In the world jillotcil tlicm In flu contest.
The lacu bliirttil nt t' "vn Point Iml , fortj-four mllcn from tblu city, at S o'clock a. m.. Tito race was
for seventeen laps iinmnil tlio (urns?, which iih guardcil by a regiment of militiamen. Pllutn llku Uubert
M)n, I.) tie, Strang. Miller ami Seymour, all noted In tlio realm of motor Hpced, estimated the victor's av
crneo speed tit llfty-elRht miles an hour To cfct-ilillfli this ntcrnRo the leader had to travel faster than
ulxty-fho miles an hour on the fllr,igitnu.tH. In tome respeelH (ho Indiana roads outclass tlio courses at
Savannah, Itrlarclin, Uiiik Nland and Lowell. Klir.uiK, n lontcstant last summer In the Grnntl Prix, rates
the Crown Point course oven fatler and easier to negotiate, than the celebrated speed path at Dieppe,
France. Tlio Cobe rate was pro.-eded by the Indiana tiopliy contest, which brought out nineteen cars,
'flic cars jnd drivers In tlio t'obo race were:
Big Feli&w Considers the
, Straight Jib
That Jim Jcffcrles believes his
terrific straight punches will bo not
only faster, but' more effect Ivo than
Jack Johnson's swings or uppercttts,
Is evident from the lino of dope
Jeff has been handing out In the
While In Montreal recently tha
big fellow was cornered where ho
could not sidestep hj a newspaper
man and made to go n few rounds
with the man of tlio pen. Hero Is
what tho cx-liollcr-mnker thinks
about tho comparative styles of old
tlmo nnd modern day fighters:
"It tho boxing gamo Is over to
keep tho plnco It has held In tho es
teem of n great proportion of tho
public for many jears more science
mutt be Introduced Into It
Tlicro has been a wonderful
change In tho style of fighting even
during tho last few decades, but It
lun't the slugger alone who wins
fights those days.
A'nd It Isn't the slugger atone that
tho fight fans want to ree.
Ability to hit combined with the
knowledge when and how to hit Is
what Is required of every boxer who
hopes to mako&ftny mark In tlio
' Just think of some of the old
time fighters and see how what I
say has como about during the laist
few years. i
Tako John I,. Sullivan. John I,,
couldn't get In one cffrotlve blow In
won becnuso ha was enormously
strong. Ho could slash his way
through his opponent's guard nnd
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and out went his opponent
That was what happened in n
good many of Sullivan's flghtH.
Hut when ho ran up agalnut Cor
bet, ho was up against a different
proposition to whnt ho hud encount
ered In most of his tights. Corbet
was a nimble fellow nnd John L.
What was Sullivan able to do
with Charllo Mitchell when they
met at Chuntllly, France? Nothing.
Kor moro than threo hours Sullivan
had Mitchell in the ring there anil
Mitchell was too clever for tho
heavy swinging Sullivan. Ha sim
ply avoided tho big fellow until tho
latter was so tired that ho agreed
to call it a draw.
Among tho llttlo fellows of today
tako Jim Orlscoll, the gamo llttlo
Welch lighter. You didn't bco Drls-
coll do any wild swinging when ho
was In tho squaro with Abo Attcl,
Leach Cross, Matty Ualdwln or any
of those fellows. Not on your life.
Tho Welshman jabbed them all silly
with his straight left, Just liko Joo
Coburn, Jim Dunno, Mlko Donovan,
Hob 1'arrell, Hilly Madden and many
of tho others of the earlier days.
1 believe a great deal In that
htralght lend with tho left that
they teach In tho Old Counry.
Along with u good reach nnd a
perfect timing of tho footwork, that
straight left lead has tho leads of
tho 'crouchors beaten for effective
ness. Jack Dcmpsey and Jack McAulllfo
knew how to lead Btrulght. I met
McAullffo tho other evening In Now
York wnchlng a couple of young
swingers beating tho air with their
'Thcy'o a couplo of willing boys,
I said to tho former champion.
'Yes, very willing,' replied McAU'
llffc, 'very willing and very rotten
It 8 a shame, that somebody don't
teach the young boxers of todny how
to spar. Why if either of those
chaps hud come at me with wild
Bvvlngs llko that leaving himself
wldo open, I'd have had his head off
Inside of two rounds.'
inero thoy went round after
round tho same ding-dong wny, and
tho result a draw.
ou remember Dcmpsey. IIowas
an artist. No man ever led to him
twlco In tho samo manner without
eeiung n roturn, and he never
tought ono round like another.
Sometimes he wasi aggressive and
then again he would play possum on
mo defensive, Demnsoy was a
straight puncher and tho blows ho
btartod to deliver always got to the
paint ho almod at, becnuso he under
stood whon and where to hit,
i recall that four round match be
tween that great llttlo man Oeargo
Dixon and Hilly Plimmer, In Madl
non Square .Garden, lu the early
nineties. The match was for points.
John L. R ckom
Lsngford Is Best
John 1. Sullivan, rhami Ion of h tin
plons, has comu to the recriio of Stan
ley Kctchcl, middleweight title holder
who Just now h IioIiik cciibtiretl for
his showing against Hilly l'apko in
C'otfrnth's arena nt Colnii. Sullivan
snvjH the result of tho li.illli) was In
deed a suiprlso to him, but he nsxerts
that something r.idlcsCy wrong imial
have overtaken Stanley.
Ho supports the bellof Jhat Ketrhul
If right, c.ui trim Pnpko boven times
a week nnd that he can and will bat
ter Jnck Johnson to tho door when
they olnsh In October. Sullivan Is of
tho belief that Crorfroth should go
through with tho Kctrlipl-Jnhnsnn
match derplto the criticism that has
been hcapnd upon him, and mis the
result will bo an even greater surprise
than Kctchol'H victory over O'llrlen.
Ho savs Jett and Johnson will never,
moot nnd he- holds Lsngford as tlin
king of them nil.
Talking or the present light situa
tion he says:
"Ketchcl can bo-it .Inhnsiin; Jeffries
nnd Johnson will never meet and
8am Langlord, If given the chnncu,
can trim any living fleeter todny.
Thcro must hnv born sonielhl'iK
rndlcnllv wrnni; with Ketchcl on tho
afternoon of July 5th, for IMnko h-
n irin in rtnv twontv rounds with
tho Michigan tighter. It Is tru- Unit
ho broko hie bind ntnl (IiIh h a snven'
drawbnc't: but Ihero must Irivo been
terrible ptln or rnmrthlnot morn for
Kelrhel to permit his opponent to
rlnv tho IwpmIv rounds.
"ICctehel has Ihn nnncli ind be hn'
dlsplnvcd and should hn'o ilromu'd
l'apko parlv In tho fray. Ills showing
how over, hlionld not depilve him of
his match with Johnson. Cortrotli j
should go through with this oven j
though censured, for It will pack his
houso and' slid hi tho biggest surprNo
tho ring linn had lu ycarx. It will
bilng back tho chnmplonihlp to tlio
"They tolk of Jeff fighting Johnson:
oung. Hi nine fellow llkq
Johnson, and ho will never enter thu
"Sam Lnngfnnl Is tho woililV best
and ho can trim Johnson. Ketchel
Papko and tho rest, onn after thn oth
er. Johnson knows this nnd he Is
sidestepping his fellow fighter at
every turn of tho load. Iiligford Is
I consistent has tho punch, knows thn
gnmo nnd can whip them all right
now. ono after tho other. Kaufman Ib
too slow slow us a coach horse and
tho others nre outclassed, m It's up In
Ketchcl or Langford to turn tho trlek
and my bet Is tliat either will do It."
Sullivan deprecated tho slump of
the snorting enmes gcnernllv. attribut
ing tho dccllno to unspoitsmnnllko
"Twenty years ngo," ho said, "tho
games were clean nnd for blood. Now
they arc lor tho moving pictures nnd
gato money. It is too bad. but u fact.
If thcro wcro n few rcolly good
men In thu heavyweight division right
now a lot of tho men who think they
nro haxert would hnvo to start driving
"There's no excuse for tho present
heavyweight condition or affairs.
Thcro Is plenty of good material In
tho country, I think n lot of former
patrons of tho gamo havo fallen away
because It has been commnrclallzcd
too much. It Isn't llko tho old days,
when a man would get out In tho rain
nnd mud nnd fight for his title until
ho dropped. Nnwndays n lot moro
tlmo seems to ho tnken up haggling
about n bonus, in cabo n man pioves
to bo n drawing card. Thcro ought to
bo u straight percentage rule In box
ing. Sonio of tho greatest battles In
tho ring wero fought for sums n pre
liminary boxer can beat theso iluys."
Sullivan is on his way Knst. Ilo
will romnln In Chicago n few days,
when ho will go on to New York.
Pllnimcr was In tho bantnm weight
cIbbs, whllo Dixon was In tho feath
erweights nnd consequently hnd
nhont ten pounds tho hotter In tho
matter of nvolrdupols, bnt the wny
Plimmer caught Dixon on tho noso
ovory tlmo George rushed In with
swings, surprised every man In tho
It was slply another cuso of it
straight clean puncher against n
Charley Mitchell taught Mlko
Clcary the same lesson when they
met nt tlio American Institute,
back In J 884. Cleary was n follow
er of Sullivan and belonged to tho
same school of fighting, but tho Int
tor could hardly put a glovo on
Mltcholl, for the latter got a wire
less overy tlmo Mlko started a owing
nnd Immediately sidestepped It.
Cleary was n much surprised man
nt Mllrhnirn phantom foot work and
straight Jabs as I will bo If I dnu't
get Mr. Johnnon If wo ever meet In
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