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suffragettes after Lloyd-George.
Lavender has the stuff, however,
and Roger Bresnahan is just the
man to bring it out. The former
Cardinal has had great success
with men who work after the
general style of Lavender.
Rube Marquard's feet will
probably triumph over his head
and lead him back to baseball.
Rube and his vaudeville partner,
Blossom Seeley, are acting in
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Portland, Ore. Last night Rube
stepped on his feet and messed up
their dance. Blossom fled from
the stage in anger and a short
skirt. She" would not -say whether
or not she would ask "waivers"
on the Rube.
Johnny Tillman of Minneapo
lis and Tommy Dougherty of
Chicago went 15 fast rounds to a
draw before a private club in Du
Charlie Cutler is considering
an offer from Billy Gibson, the
New York fight promoter, for a j
fight between Jess Willajd and
Bombardier Wells. The Nevv
York boxing commission has '
placed a ban on Willard because
he did not fill a date in Buffalo,
and that will have to be lifted be
fore he can appear in Manhattan.
Johnny Dundee, who will be
Johnny Kilbane's next opponent,
is carded for a bout with Charlie -White
of Chicago before the Em
pire Club in New York, Feb. 28.
Ad Wolgast and Tommy Mur
phy tapered off their training
stunts today, both men being
down to weight according to re
ports from their camps.
Joe Rivers and Kayo Brown,
who will furnish the other big
coast entertainment, are ready
for the gong. Rivers is in the best
shape and has been made favorite.
The Gus Christie-Eddie Mc
Goorty go, arranged Wednesday
night, called off Thursday after
noon, will be staged in Fond du
Lac, Feb. 27. Christie's manager
withdrew his objections.
William Charles Kellikaapuni
houna Achi, touted as some ath
lete, has registeded as a student
at Chicago University. John D.
will have to endow another dor
mitory to house that monaker.
Orvie Overall, former Cub
pitcher, is through with baseball
again, according to a dispatch
from California. He says the con
tract Murphy offered him for this
year called for $4,000, $800 less
than he wanted, but $200 more
than he got when last with the
If Overall's contract really
called for $4,000, with no strings,