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day with the Phils made three bad
pegs. This will work out if given
time, for bad throwing has never
been one of Mike's faults, but using
the whip now might -permanently in
jure it. Doolan is nc longer a
youngster who can take chances with
Final games will be played today in
the national pocket billiard tourney
at the Inter-Ocean building. The
title hinges on the first night game, in
which Greenleaf and Blankenship
meet Should Blankenship win he
will have the title. A defeat may
mean a tie for the honor.
Jess Willard and Frank Moran are
on the last lap of training for their
fight in New York Saturday night
Every critic who has seen the Pitts
burgh man agrees that he is in per-
READY TO FLY RIGHT INTO THE
LIEUT T.V KILLING-
Ha is at the aero squadron at San
Diego, Cal., but may be flying over
trie oorder luie to Mexico soon.
feet condition, while there is some
argument regarding Willard.
The whole question, however, sim
mers down to whether Willard can be
hit by Moran, and, if the latter lands,
if he can put enough steam behind
the blow to cause a knockout In
ten rounds the champion does not
need to be trained so very fine to
stand the pace. It is much different
from training for a finish fight, where
endurance really counts.
Moran has shown a kayo blow be
fore, but never against as big a man
as Willard. The champion is favo
rite, as he should' be because of his
superior size, but a bet jon Moran is
not the worst investment in the
William and George Dernbach
rolled to third place in the doubles of
the American Bowling Congress tour
nament at Toledo, counting 1,266
pins. George Dernbach got 674 of
the total. There were no other
changes among the leaders, scores
generally being lower than usual
Madonna shut out De Soto, 5 to 0,
in the second game of the champion
ship series of the Knights ' of Co
lumbus Indoor, Baseball League. Pre
vious to this game De Soto had cop
ped fourteen straight
The Intercity Baseball association
will meet in the Morrison hotel, floor
Pullmans 3, Thistles 1.
Joliet 6, Chicago Americans 0.
Campbell Rovers 2, Bricklayers 1.
McDuffs 4, Hyde Park Blues 1.
Lincoln Park 1, Caledonians 0.
Fram 2, Lake Forest 1.
W. W. Jackson, the hustling rep
resentative for the Coggins Marble
Co. of Canton, Ga., was In town this
week and says he Is glad to note
that the tombstone business is pick
ing up right along and he hopes It
will continue so. rensacola (Fla.)