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Mitchell, outweighed by ten pounds,
fought the champion on even terms
for ten rounds. Welsh forced the
fighting, but went about it lazily and
seemed to be in the ring merely to
get his guarantee. He -held Mitchell
lighty, which was partly responsible
for the good showing of the Milwau
Joe Stecher put Bill Hokuff to the
mat twice in less than 12 minutes at
the Coliseum last night. The first
fall was in 8:31 and the second in
3:26. Body scissors holds did the
trick both times. Charley Cutler
fractured one of John Freiberg's ribs
in gaining the first fall and the match
was called off. Cutler challenged
Stecher to a winner-take-all match
and the challenge was accepted, a
check for $1,000 clinching the affair.
Great doings out on the northwest
edge of the city tomorrow when Bud
dy Ryan puts on a boxing show.
The feature go is between Jimmy An
derson, Indianapolis lightweight, and
Andy Williams, the local Italian. Wil
liams is one of Jimmy Kilroy's boys
and took the match on two days' no
tice when Tommy Garrity was forced
to withdraw. This ia the chance of
a lifetime for Williams and he and
Kilroy realize it The bout is for 12
rounds. Paddy Gavin and Allen Dougr
lass are billed for the semi-windun.
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Johnny O'Leary beat Jimmy Duffy
in ten rounds at Buffalo.
The big golf course at Jackson
park was opened today for the first
time this year, and if good weather
continues the municipal course will
be busy from now until the end of
The Chicago A. A. track team, 40
strong, present A. 4. TJ, champions,!
will be pitted against the best ath
letes of this section in the annual
title indoor games of the Central A.
A. U. tonight at Patten gymnasium.
The Cherry Circle point winners will
meet their chief competition from
the I. A. C. squad of 34, led by Coach
John Mahan, and Director Stagg's
aggregation of Maroon varsity men.
The C. A. team is figured as likely to
repeat for the honors, with the tri
color squad or Maroons given an out
Harrison 6, Evanston 2.
Northwestern 14, La Grange 2.
McKinley 4, Morton 2.
Proviso 6, Austin 3.
Louisiana 1, Illinois 0.
Giants 3, Yankees 2.
Washington 3, Philadelphia 2.
Brooklyn 3, Red Sox 2.
Sox Yans 6, Horton 2.
Athletics 16, Raleigh 9.
Baltimore 5, Braves 4.
Cincinnati 2, Columbus 0.
Barney Dreyfuss is tiring of base
ball and says he will sell the Pirates
if he can get his price.
The West Side Beagle Hounds,
managed by Fred Kroll, and Sam
Bower's undefeated Loop Hound
Giants will meet in a three-game
tournament of automatic baseball at
the Handelan courts, 429 S. Wabash
av., Sunday afternoon.
Preceding the Loop Hound-Beagle
Hound contest there will be an exhi
bition game between Joe McGill's
Congress Street White Sox and the
Michigan Blvd. Cubs.
R. B. Barbier, 22514 Lafayette sL,
employed by the Wildwood builders,
was removed to the Lutheran hos
pital recently, where he will undergo
a surgical opration.
Funeral services will be held Wed
nesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
the residence, 425 Greenlawn avB.
Fort Wayne, Ind., Journal Gazette.