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tonight; and if the- mill- lives up to
past performances for this Gity,
plenty of excitement will be found.
The bouts are Joe Sherman vs. Ever
Hammer, Phil. Harrison vs. Jack
O'Keefe, While Schafer vs. Cole Lin
zie and Clint Flynn vs. Young Griffo.
The latter bout is for six rounds.
Joe Finkler rolled into fourth place
among the individuals of the city
bowling tournament with a count of
659. This was the only disturbance
which occurred among the leaders.
Freddie Andrews defeated Mattie
McCue in a ten-round bout at St
Paul. The veteran Milwaukee light
weight won- by a wide margin.
Joe Mayer defeated George Slos-
son, 400 to 389, in', the. first block of
their 1,200-point 18-2 billiard match
at Mussey's last night It was a
slow contest, going 35 innings.
Everybody laughs when, every few
weeks, Sam McVey and Sam Lang
ford are matched, but there is a good
reason why these two negro fighters
keep pummeling one another. There
is nobody else for them to fight
Langford and McVey are the last
notable survivors of a race that pro
duced some mighty clever perform
ers Joe Gans, Peter Jackson,
George Dixon, Joe Jeanette, Young
Peter Jackson, Joe Walcott, Jack
Blackburn, Bob Armstrong and
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