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ably will skirt a hostile end for 60
yards or boot the old oval the same
The union of Tom Bundy and Miss
May Sutton, both Californians, has
produced another future tennis great
Nate, their peppery s&n already is
deep in the throes of a preliminary
course. A few years hence Nate may
be burning up the courts. '
Young Tommy Leach has reduced
the hit and run, the squeeze and sun
field to a fine art,, and, according to
his daddy, will be heard from in
world series play.
The name of Kid Herman of New
Orleans should be placed alongside
that of Johnny Ertle of St Paul as a
red-hot candidate for the bantam
In a 20-round mill at New Orleans,
Herman came nearer beating Kid
"Williams than any fighter since Wil
liams won the crown from Coulon,
barring the decision on a foul award
Fans protested almost to the point
of violence when the Herman-Williams
scrap was called a draw and
demand that Herman be given anoth
Arthur Staff of the Northwest
Skating club, who took high honors
in ice meets at Garfield and Hum
boldt parks, won the two-mile inter
national event at Saranac Lake, N.
Y. Staff is tied with Ben O'Sicky of
Cleveland and Harry Cody of To
ranto for the championship medal.
Hugh Heal of Toledo defeated
Charley Morin, 59 to 45, in a game
of the Interstate Three-Cushion Bil
Johnny Ertle, St. Paul bantam, de
feated Terry Martin of Providence in
ten rounds at New York. Ertle did
nearly all the leading and inflicted
heavy punishment with a right hand
smash that he employed frequently.
Soldier Bartfield and Ted Lewis
fought ten rounds to a draw at Buf
falo. Final articles have been signed for
the Willard-Moran bout, the affair to
take place March 8.
Illinois 30, Chicago 17.
I. A. C. 71, De Paul 12.
W..S. Browns 22, Seward Blues 20.
Senn 14, Lake View 11.
Englewood 15, Tilden 11.
Wendell Phillips 19, Parker 7.
Lane 21, Medill 8.
Loyola 43, De La Salle 13.
Tonti 6, Irving Park 2.
Hennepin 11, Barry 1.
LINER ORISSA SAFE
New York, Feb. 10. British, liner'
Orissa, rumored sunk or captured by
German commerce raider while en
route from Rio de Janeiro to Liver
pool, put into French port of St Na
zaire in crippled condition. Liner
was 8 days overdue at Liverpool be
cause she struck a rock.