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him through the ropes and bad him
all but out when the bell rang.
Just before the sixth Dunn aid:
"Keep your hands out in front and
spar. Make him lead this time and
catch him opened up."
Before the seventh -Dunn cautioned
the champion: "This is the seventh
and you haven't got much longer,
so you better get in close and knock
him. Cross your right."
And that's what Kilbane did. He
crowded Mars, poked out his head in
a tempting way. Mars started his
left for Kilbane and Johnny made a
slight motion with his left hand
which caused Mars to drop his head
a bit. Then Kilbane shot his right
across in front of Mars' left. The
blow didn't travel more than a foot,
but Kilbane stepped in with the
punch, putting all of his 122 pounds
behind it and Mars' seconds were
five minutes" bringing him back to
Mars forced Kilbane to change his
own style. He had little use for his
science and had to rough it with
the little demon.
When his senseless opponent had
been carried to his corner, Dunn sent
the champion over to help care for
him. Kilbane laid the little fellow's
dazed head against the ropes, placed
his hands at his side to relax and ad
vised his seconds what to do upon
reaching the dressing room.
And I want to say right here that
swinging a towel isn't half the cinch
it seems to be. The minute between
rounds is the longest 60 seconds I
ever put in, and they might have end
ed the scrap in the fifth, so far as I
This Minnesota football team is a
peculiar aggregation. We are inform
ed that the varsity beat the freshmen
yesterday, though the kids were us
ing Chicago formations. This is con
trary to all tradition.
Charley Cutler intends to challenge
Jess Williard, whom he formerly
managed. According to Cutler the
heavyweight is soft picking.
Bb Mn'np his b9 s'tspedeH un- '
tU Jar 1 by the Wisconsin state bod
ing commission. It is charged he per
sonally signed for a fight on a cer
tain date and his manager made ar
rangements for another go on the
Jimmy McGill, owner of the Den-,
ver Western League team, will not
secure the Indianapolis franchise in
the American Association. President
Sol Meyer of the Indians said today
in Columbus that he was sick at the
time he tried to dispose of his hold
ings to McGill. He has now recov
ered his health and will stick in the
EXTRA! ADVANCE NEWS ON THE
WILSON WEDDING CAKE
New York, Nov. 11. The "first
"story" of Miss Jessie Wilson's wed
ding cake was being baked here to
day. A caterer on West Sixty-third
street, given the job of baking the
White House wedding cake, has
taken an early start' as it will require
a week to finish it.
Advance descriptions of the cake
declare it will be two "stories" high.
Over it will be a white urn contain
ing white orchids. The first layer of
the cake will be 22 -inches across and
4 inches deep. The top "story" will
be 16 inches by 4. The icing will be
The cake will be cut into 2,000
pieces and placed in boxes two inches
deep and three inches long. The
boxes will be tied with white ribbon.
OH YOU POTATO SACK!
America women will lose their fig
ures and come to resemble the well
known potato sack, .if they persist
in the tango, Mrs. Maude L. Dunn
told a convention of Chicago corset;
"The tango," said Mrs. Dunn, "de
velops the hip bones expressively and
causes rolls of fat to form where they
were never meant to form."