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much weaker and were completely
swamped by University High.
Clark Griffith has given Pitchers
Cashion and Williams, Catcher Wil
son and Infielders Jennings and Hol
land to Minneapolis for Outfielder
Tony Ross, Newcastle heavy, was
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disqualified for fouling Tom Kennedy
in the first round of a scheduled ten
round battle in New York.
Sam McVey and Harry Wills, both
negroes, have been matched for 20
rounds at New Orleans, Dec. 20. Wills
is the man knocked out by Sam
Eddie Nearing, by his fight
Thanksgiving day in Plattes
ville, Wis., against Jack Her
rick has caused some of the
middleweights in this vicin
ity to bestir themselves.
Nearing put Herrick out with
two punches, the final clout
being a right flush to the jaw.
It was all over in a minute
and a half.
Manager Horan and Near
ing thing this showing en
titles them to notice from
Clabby, McGoorty and some
of the other fellows who are
claiming top position among
the middleweights. Horan is
ma&lng a wide-open chal
lenge to any man in the
country at 158 pounds, and
he isn't talking the usual
Herrick outweighed Near
ing by 25 pounds. Eddie is
used to that, however, as
some of his eastern fights
were against men who out
classed him in beef.
Joe Hinkey, weight 108
pounds, has a burning ambi
tion to do battle with any
108-pounder who thinks well
of himself. Hinkey's last
fight was with Kid Monk
and resulted in a knockout
for the latter. Hinkey can be
reached at West 214.
"I say, old chap, I'm in shocking
luck. I want money badly and have
not the least idea where I can get it."
' "Well, I'm glad to hear that. I
thought perhaps you had an idea you
could borrow from me."
Bix You may depend upon it that
your friends won't forget you as long
as you have money.
Dix That's right; esepecially if
you have borrowed it from them.
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