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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 15, 1911, Image 7',
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Levy will try f o g'eMCilbane for
a 10 or 12-round"bput. at New
York or Boston. He is, also nego
tiating a match r or "two at-New
Orleans over "the' 20,-qound course
and may land one with the "Eng
lish boy, Billy- Marchant. (
Rivers is only 19an3:3evelqping
rapidly. In another, year he will
be ready to 'get into a higher class
possibly the lightweight, and if he
carries the punclvhe'may yet give
Ad Wolgast a'rmvm that divi
sion. V2SHD joi 2iim.t
JUDGE" BORDWELL. AND, I-t
DEFENSE AGAIN CLASIH
Following. Court's Excusing of
Talesman on Account of Age"
. Defense Claims Man Is in
Excellent Health. ' !
'Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 15.
There was another heated clash
between Judge Bordwell arid
counsel for the defense when the
court. excused Talesman M. W
Gorcorarf. Deputy District At-
iorriey Vermilya had failed to get
an admission that Corcoran could
not.be fair, when the court sud
denly announced that the tales
man would be excused on account
Attorneys Darrow, Scotland
Davis-leaped' to their feet, evi
dently anrazed. Dafrow shouted :
"Why, this man is in fine health
and'in full possession of his fac
ulties; He is a competent juror in
eveny way. The court .himself
yesterday forced, on us Juror El
liott, who is 74 vears .ojd, while
Corcoran is only 68. I protest."
Davis "also" tried to argue, but
Judge Bordwell interrupted' to
Say: r f '
"I. will hear no more of this.
Counsel may take exception.
That is all."
With the second peremptory
challenge goal only one jury seat
away, the state, in 'the McNamara
case today, renewed its efforts to
eliminate for cause Talesman
Michael W. Corcoran, the twelfth
man in the box who had been
passed for causa by the defense.
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