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Kilbane was matched with a tough
boy in George Ghaney. But the two
made it a fight at Cedar Point, O.,
and Kilbane put over aMmockout in
the third round. Cnaney was
knocked cold and the referee could
have counted forty before he was-re--ived.
Kilbane puts the quietus on
the knockers who said he wasn't a
real fighter. And Johnny is rapidly
nearing the lightweight poundage,
which may be bad news for the men
of that division.
Battling Levinsky easily whipped
Knockout Brown in ten rounds at
East Chicago. The New Yorker was
better than the Greek in every angle
of the game and won as he pleased.
Brown was strong at the finish, but
took a lot of punishment.
Johnny Griffiths outpointed Joe
Rivers in 12 rounds at Canton, 0.
The fight was stiff all the .way.
Frankie Russell knocked out Joe
Mandot in the 14th round at New
Orleans. Mandot was a heavy fa
forite, but began to fade in the sixth
round, when Russell buried him un
der a shower of stiff punches.
Matty McCue got the decision over
Maurice Flynn at the end of ten
rounds at Racine. Spike Kelly won
from Jack Duffy at the same show.
Henry Quirk, Northwest club, han
dicapped seven minutes, won the 20
mile bike race of the South Side Cy
cle Dealers ass'n. N. P. Quirk, broth
er of the winner, was second.
Kid Williams, bantam champ,
smeared Frankie Brown in 10 rounds
at Baltimore. Williams cut the loser
as he pleased and floored him three
times in the ninth round.
Johnny Aitken in a Peugeot won
the 300-mile auto race at Cincinnati,
Dario Resta being out of the money
for the first time in many months.
The Italian was forced to retire be
cause of- trouble with his machine.
Gil Anderson was hurt when his car
upset, but is not in serious condition.
Mike McDermott, I. A. C, won the
10-mile swim of the Missouri A. A.
at St. Louis. Laubis, Missouri A. A.,
was second. Clement Browne, Ham
ilton club, was third.
Chick Evans and Bob Gardner did
nothing sensational in the qualifying
round of the national amateur golf
tourney at Philadelphia, but both
Chicago stars got into the champion
ship flight -W. C. Fownes of Oak
mont had the best qualifying round
of 153. Gardner took 160 and Evans
W. M. Johnston, present champion,
and R. N. Williams, Philadelphia,
titleholder in 1914, are playing today
at Forest Hills, N. Y., for the national
WATCH INFANTILE PARALYSIS
AS SCHOOL OPENS
Health officials were on the job
early this morning when Chicago's
400,000 school children marched
back to their studies. Fear of the
spread bf infantile paralysis caused
Health Com'r Robertson to prepare
for a strict watch. All children were
required to bring health certificates.
A heavy increase in the number of
high school pupils is expected. The
kindergartens open Oct.'l.
o o -
"Miss Lawrence possesses a rare
soprano of wondrous sweetness and
power. Her selections were all beau
tifully and artistically rendered. She
fully sustained her reputation as a
coloratura soprano when she sang in
Italian the lovely aerea by Mozart.
We predict for her a successful op
eratic career. Martinsville, W. Va.r
SHE NEEDED 'AID
m "See that man over there? He
is a bombastic mutt, a windjammer
nonentity, a false alarm, and an en
cumbrance of the earth!"
vtouid you mind, writing all that
down for me?" '
"Why, in the world "
"He's my husband and I should like
to use it on him some time."