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learn he was matched to fight Ad
Wolgast. Is confident of win
ning. It will be a bigurprise to some
followers of fight game if the two
ever get into a ring together.
Man supposed to be Marvin
Hart, former claimant to the"
heavyweight title and injured by
a Great Northern train near Seat
tle yesterday. He was down and
our, riding the rods.
Joe Jeannette starts his cam
paign preliminary to meeting'
Jack Johnson by clashing vith
Jeff Madden in New York to
night. Holy Family and St Jarlath's
.dispute the title in the National
Catholic Babeball League. The
championship will be decided at a
board meeting tonight. Mulli
gan, St. Jarlath's star pitcher, is
alleged to be a professional.
WANTED ANOTHER MANAGER FOR THE CINCI REDS!
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Otto Knabe and Miller Higgins, oneof -whom may be caught for the
Garry' Herrmann is once more
out wjth his lasso. It probably
won't be long before some hap
,less ball tosser is branded as the
manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
This. news and the remem
brance of the failure in the job of
Cincinnati boss must be enough
.to send all prospective managers
of the club scurrying to get un
Baseball history, has shown
that the mangerial job in Re'dville '
isn't the softest, most desirable
thing in baseball, and if Herr
mann 'succeeds in slipping the
lariat over Otto" Knabe, of the
Phils, Bill Sweeney, of the Bos-