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McDermott finished the 100-yard
back stroke in 1 :11 4-5.
Kenneth Huszaghtwas reinstated
by the A. A. U. and finished second
to McGillivray in the 40-yard event
The men were so close that some
watches caught both in the same
time, but McGillivray was declared
by the judges to have a slight edge.
I. A. C. relay men won that event
but failed to' lower the mark of the
club tank. A majority of the events
were won by the tri-color men, with
the C. A. A. fish following closely.
Evanston 33, Keewatin 11.
Harrison 17, Crane 16.
First Reg't 42, Cornell-Ham'g 29.
Naperville 37, Exmoor 31.
Maroons 25, Lake Forest 17.
Mickey Sheridan and Jake Abel
fought eight rounds to a draw at
Chattanooga, Tenn. The fight was
a wicked affair, the men scrapping
half a minutes after the final gong
The local fighting clan is ready for
the benefit game of indoor baseball
to be played at the Handelan courtsH
m Wabash avenue tonight The
scrappers have banded together in a'
pair of teams to play the game to
aid Kid Farmer the local star light
weight of a little more than a decade
ago, who is suffering from an illness
which makes it imperative for him
to go to Denver. One-half of the
money taken in at the door will go
Charley White, who was to have
captained the O'ConnelT team, has
not returned from Boston, where he
fought oh Tuesday night, and Dick
Woods will take his place, the cap
tain of the opposition being Harry
Les Darcy, the sensational Austra
lian middleweight, won more fights
in 1915 than any other fighter of
prominence in the world. He had 13
bouts and won 12. His only defeat
was by Jeff Smith, whom he beat
Darcy's victories included two
knockouts over Eddie McGoorty and
a decision over Jimmy Clabby, which
give him a good-claim to the middle
Charley White-runs second in vic
tories with 10. Nine of them were
knockouts. He also boxed seven no
decision bouts and one draw.
Bat Levinsky had the most fights
28. He. won one, lost one, boxed
one draw and 25 no-decision bouts.
The record of Freddy Welsh, light
weight champion, is a joke. He was
in 19 bouts and all were no-decision
affairs. Freddy refused to risk his
The same goes for Jess Willard,
heavyweight champion. He was in
the ring once in 1915. That was
when he beat Johnson for the title.
NEVER PUT OUT OF GAME IN
"Deacon" Jim McGuire, after 32
years in baseball, has quit to go into
business at Albion, Mich., his home.
For years McGuire was one of the
best of catchers and probably-caught;