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occasions he is severe, often sus
pending the offendirrg,player"in
definitely. Maggant was per
haps the star of the Oakland
te,am last year, but when he dis
obeyed Wolverton during' the
most exciting part of the race, he
was suspended for the rest of the
Pacific Coast fans will" foflow'QW
the success of, "Vylverton clqsefy
and it is safe-p predict thatthey -j
will find him fighting hard and
frying -all the time to, lnd the (
New York Americans well up in Jri
the race. " '?
GREATEST FIST FIGHTS OF FIFTY YEARS
' In Which Kid Lavigtte Telia of the .Historic .Fight Between ttrn?&
JacOilcAuliffe and Jim Carney, WhicH Tas Ended in tonjifi
s V " the' 74th Round by a Rush ofSpectators.
V , -j r-r r r: f x
The Ring Was Rushed by Spectators
Written for The Day Book by
George ("Kid") Lavjgne?
Ex-Lightweight Champion of
u The Ji$ck McAuliffe-Jira Car
ney 74-rdundJ- no-decision fight,,
in a barn at Westerly R' L., No
vember 16, 1887, was one of the.
greatest battles in "ring history.
Two accounts have been given