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swapping uppercuts, right and left
crosses, swings, jabs, "one-two's",
haymakers, hooks and shadow box
ing. At night he would buckle down
to his drawing board.
When Welling accompanied Jimmy
Clabby to Australia two years ago
his first "hunch" while packing his
sea-going trunk was to lay in a good-,
ly supply of drawing material. The
fightin' kit was really a secondary
issue. En route across the bounding
main the lanky mitt-shnger killed his
Idle moments sketching and indulg
ing in light training stunts.
In addition to his skill as a car
toonist Joe is an expert penman and
finished boolckeeper. Though a res
ident of Chicago he is not a product
of this city. He was born 21 years
ago in Milwaukee. Veteran author
ities of the prize ring liail him as the
coming successor to Freddie Welsh,
England's most vertatile sprinter.
Jess Willard arrived in New York
yesterday and went out a side en
trance of the railroad station to avoid
a crowd. But the crowd wasn't there
and Jess and his shaky temperament
Clint Flint broke his arm irr a bout
with Tickle Sanders at Minneapolis
last night. The accident to the Chi
cagoan came in the third round, but
he kept gamely at his task until the
sixth, when the referee halted the
bout because of his distress.
Leach Cross again says he has quit
the ring, a knockout by Milburn Say-
lor convincing him that he has had
enough. Leach canceled the fight he
had scheduled with Johnny Grifiiths.
Art Magirl stopped Mike Hirsch of
Chicago in the tenth round at Mil
waukee. Hirsch did not lead in a
single round. Magirl gave him a ter
I. A. C. men scored 13 points in the
preliminaries of the 22d annual in
door meet of the First Regiment A.
A. Butler of Dubuque college and
Pershing of Univ. of Chicago equaled
the Central A. A. U. record for the
40-yard dash in qualifying heats. ,
Joie Ray ran awpy from the field in
the two-mile race. Finals of the meet
will be held tonight
Sheffield 55, Elin Swedish 3.
Hyde Park 17, Englewood 14.
Lane 21, Lake View 8.
Bowen 16, Phillips 3.
Schurz 14, Lake View 13.
Marshall 24, Crane 13.
Medill 34, Parker 14.
Hyde Park 16, Calumet 13.
Wisconsin 35, Purdue 22.
L A. C. 45, William-Vashti 24.
Beloit 21, Lake Forest 16.
LOYAL TO THE SAME TUNES
We are in hopes that by the time
the colt Bhow comes off next fall the
band can play a few new pieces of
music, as it is they have played, the
same tunes since the organization,
several years ago. Altamont, Mo.,
THERE ARE PEOPLE LIKE THIS
There was a total eclipse of the
moon, Wednesday night, but most
Linn Creekers missed it. The street
lights had not been turned on yet
Linn Creek, Mo.,. Reveille.
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