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Wingo to the Reds. Wingo jumped
to the Feds some time ago, but it is
said he will accept the terms of his
Cardinal contract if they-are assumed
by Cincinnati. This is a peculiar
trade, as the names of no players to
be handed the Cards were announced.
And "Wingo has a contract with the
Feds which mast be cleared away.
Kaiser Wilhelm will now trade Ire
land to Franz Joseph.
six-day bicycle race at Dexter PavfiV
ion, Jan. 28 to Feb. 3. Patty Harman ,
and Floyd McFarland, who are pro-"
moting the affair, claim to have se
cured 18 teams of international repu
tation for the event, and Frank Kra
mer, sprint champion, wfll also be an
attraction. Racing will go on day
and night for 144 hours. The win
ning team will take down between
$1,000 and ?2,000.
Joe Chip, kid brother of George
Chip, the middleweight, is hailed
among the fight experts as one of the
coming stars of the ring. Joe is a
newcomer whose experience has been
gained largely through acting as
sparring partner for his brother. Dur
ing their visit in Chicago Joe, a mid
dleweight, too, worked out with Ed
die McGoorty and astonished the
Chicago fans with his speed.
Plans have been perfected for the
Johnny Kilbane won a decision
frpm,Frankie Daley in ten rounds at
Toledo. The featherweight cham
pion had the advantage In height and
reach, and: made the most of his op
portunities early in the battle.
Kenosha officials have protested to
the Wisconsin state boxing commis
sion against the proposition to hold a
fight in that city betwen Sam Lang
ford and Sam McVey.
Barry Council defeated Hennepin