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barth of Hinsdale, who topped the
" Chicago players, was in fourth place
Patsy Brannigan of Pittsburgh
again shaded Kid Mahoney in ten
rounds at Racinelast night, but the
Wisconsin boy improved over the first
bout and the Pittsburgher had but
a slight lead at the finish. He played
for Mahoney's wind effectively. Bran-
nigan was in distress for a short
time in the third round, but wriggled
out of a bad spot and recuperated
Jimmq Duffy was a popular victor
over Jimmy Bonner in a hot bout in
Five fights have been scheduled
for the next card at Kenosha, the
show to be pulled off Oct. 31. All of
the fighters are from Chicago and
vicinity, and popular prices of $1 and
$2 will prevail. Jimmy Murphy vs.
Mickey Sheridan and Spike Kelly vs.
Cole Lindsay are the two most im-'
portant bouts on the program.
Negotiations have been practically
ton was secon dwith 302. 0. Hack
Nov. 4, between Eddie Campi, the
coast bantamweight, and Benny
Chavez of Denver. v"
Coincident with this news, it is un
derstood that Bantam Champion
Johnny Coulon has decided to re
enter the ring Thanksgiving Day,
with Chavez as opponent, and Denver
the site of the battle.
Coulon has been in the mountains
for some time recovering from an at
tack of stomach trouble, and believes
he is now in condition to do battle
and give a good account of himself.
If the Logan Square boy finds he is
in shape lie will accept the challenge
of Kid Williams of Baltimore, leading
challenger for the title.
Johnny Kilbane has been offered
a match with Johnny Dundee for
Thanksgiving at the Vernon arena,
but it is hardly likely the feather
champion will accept. Dundee has
graduated into the lightweight class,
and cannot make the featherweight
limit. His last bout in the feather di-
vision was against Kilbane, and the
verdict was a draw, though many
ringsiders believed Dundee had earn
ed a decision. When he was refused
a return match by Kilbane Dundee
progressed to the class presided over
by Willie Ritchie, and has fought one
or two good fights at the poundage.
George Chip of Pittsburg has been
matched to fight George (K. 0.)
Brown of Chicago in Pittsburgh. The
farther away the better.
Freddie Daniels of St. Louis and
Danny Goodman of Chicago have
been matched for a 15-round bout in
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 31. The boys
have fought two draws.
Harry Lewis, the middleweight
boxer, who was injured in a fight
the early part of this week, is recov
ering in a Philadelphia hospital,
WILLING TO OBLIGE
Brilliant sunshine made the garden-party
more enjoyable than these
functions usually are. The garden
really )was a garden, and, though
most of the guests clustered on the
lawn, one or two wiser folk saun
tered round the rose-bordered paths.
Two of these were seated in a quiet'
part of the garden enjoying the scent
of the flowers and the solitude. They
were engaged. Presently a mutual
friend sauntered down the path and
"You two seem to be enjoying
yourselves over here all alone," said
"We are," said the girl, and, being '
a girl, managed to look pleased to see
him. "Won't you join us?"
"Sorry, I can't," answered the
friend, "not being a clergyman. But
I'll go and find one, if you like!"
First Medical .Student What's
worrying you? Second Medical Stu
dent You know I am desperately in
love with Miss Smith? "Yes, and I
have noticed lately that she has a
sad, dreamy expression." "That's it!
I don't know whether it's love or a
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