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BASEBALU-ALL THr SPORT DOPE BOXING
McGoorty and Clabby Draw
Coulon Feels Chesty
Eddie McGoorty and Jimmy Clab
by boxed ten rounds to a draw fu
Denver last night There was little
fighting to the milL Each man was
content to box for the entire ten
rounds, trying to win on points, for
cleverness. Clabby secured a, lead by
flashy work in the eighth and ninth,
but the Oshkosh man let out a' reef
in the tenth and pulled even. Clabby
weighed 154 pounds. McGoorty was
heavier and seemed to be over the
Art Pelky battered Andy Morris
so badly in their fight at Calgary,
Alberta, last night, that the go was
stopped in the eighth Tound. Pelky is
the heavyweight Tommy Burns is
touting as the coming heavyweight
champion. Burns discovered Pelky's
good qualities in actual fray and
should know something about him.
Luther McCarty will meet Burns'
wonder in Calgary. May 24.
Johnny Coulon does not believe he
needs any more preparation to de
fend his title in a championship bout.
The Logan Square bantam reached
home Friday after knockingoutTom
my Hudson in five rounds at Windsor
and was bubbling over with confi
dence. John claimed the mitts he
used weighed at least ten ounces, and
pridefuHy pomted to the fact that he
had been able to do considerable
damage with the pillows. If Kid "Wil
liams is still on the trail Coulon is
ready to take him on for ten rounds
at Kenosha. In his last eruption the
Baltimorean was hot for a twenty
round bout op. the coast and offered
Coulon a $500 bonus to sign. At that
time Coulon was in no condition to
give battle and Williams realized it
Coulon will be one of the- boxers to
exhibit before the legislators at
Springfield next Tuesday night as an
argwnent.in, favor of the boxing hpl.
Overall May Face Brown Final Cub
Red Clash Today.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet
Chicago 13 5 .722
Philadelphia 7 4 .600
New York 8 6 .571
Brooklyn 8 7 .533
St Louis 9 8 .529
Pittsburgh 9 8 .529
Boston 4 10 .286
Cincinnati 3 13 .188
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia 11 3 .786
Cleveland 12 5 .706
Washington 9 4 .692
Chicago 12 8 .600
Boston 7 9 .438
St Louis 8 11 .421
Detroit 5 13 .278
New York 2 13 J.33
ChicagOj.4; Cincinnati, 1.
Pittsburgh, 5; St Louis, 4.
Boston, 4; Brooklyn, 1,
Philadelphia, 4; New York, 3.
Soxu2; Detroit, 1.
Cleveland, 9; St Louis, 2.
Washington, 5; Boston, 4.
Philadelphia, 6; New York, 5.
Louisville, 7; Milwaukee, 2.
Minneapolis, 12; Columbus, 6.
Kansas City, 8; Tpledo, 5.
Indianapolis, 9; St Paul, 8.
No guarantee goes with this pre
diction, but there is a possibility that
Orvie Overall and Mordecai Brown
will oppose each other on the slab
this afternoon out on the West Side.
Brownie has been aching for a
cbjwce to get a. crack at iis (M mates
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