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Jackson, Mich., in a bout billed
for ten rounds. The referee
stopped the go in the ninth.
Plans have been called off for
a fight between Jimmy Gabby
and Eddie McGoorty. Managers
of the two middleweights could
not agree on terms.
- Harry Hebner last night swam
150 yards in 1:50 4-5 in the Illi
nois A. C. tank. This clips a sec-
BAGGING OF FRANK CHANCE VICTORY FOR JOHNSON
ond and a fifth off the old rec- .
Mike Kelley, manager of the
Indianapolis A. A. team, was in
conference with Manager Evers
of the Cubs here yesterday.
Neither would say what their talk
was about, but it is believed Mike
was after some of the Cub young-.
sters who will be cast adrift in a
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Frank Chance and Frank Farrell, the latter owner of the New
York American league club, photographed in Chicago after they;
had signed the contract which made Chance manager of the Yankees
for three years and bound Fan ell to pay him the largest salary in
baseball $25,000 a year, plus 5 per cent of the net profits of the club.
This year the American league will have a real ball club in
New. York, for the first time since Clark Griffith was deposed as