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57,500, while Gibbons works' on a
percentage. No decision will be giv
en and there are reports that an
agreement has been reached barring
the knockout. If this is true much
of the steam goes out of the fight,
for Dillon is a tough little man and
has a wallop.
Next Tuesday evening Holy Name
A. C. is to put on its second annual
stag, with a great card of wrestling
ana Doxmg. Tne wrestlers are:
Marty Cutler vs. Wm. Demetral, Jack
Dribbs vs. Tom Lyons, Lesley Hbr-
witz vs. Eddie Atkins and Frankie
Nejson vs. Henry. On the boxinfe
program are Jimmy Kilroy vs. Sol
Horwitz, Frankie Bntton vs. Jimmy
Duffy, Jimmy Foley vs. Jimmy Trav
crs and Joe Parrillo vs. Kid Wells,
the newsboy champion. Two other
'bouts will be arranged later. A tug
of war and battle royal are also on
the program. Judge Scully and
Judge Dolan are down f r a few well
chosen remarks, and singers will ex
ude the latest popular airs.
James Barnes, Whitemarsh, and
John Hutchinson, Allegheny, are
competing at Siwanoy today in the
finals of the professional match play
golf tournament. Wm. MacFarlane
and Walter Hagen were put out yes
terday. - At the meeting -of the world's
champion Boston Red Sox yesterday,
when the post-season melon was cut,
Manager Bill Carrigan and Pitcher
"George Foster announced they were
through with the game. At the-same
time President Lannin announced he
had no intention of selling his club.
He added that the players need not
feel discouraged, that Carrigan
would be back at the head of the
club in 1917.
The loss of Carrigan would be a
severe blow to Boston. Bill was not
highly regarded when he took the
team, but he developed a system of
play and kept his athletes on their
toes. His plan of defense is as good
as any team has shown in a long
"June, and the attack is just
to the necessary pitch to make such
a defense a winner.
The American league next year 13
going to be a stronger combination,
and the team that takes the flag will
need every advantage it can secure.
Connie Alack is going to win more
ball games and Fielder Jones' people
will start out where they left off early
this month. They will furnish stiff
opposition every step of the way and
may have a personal interest in the
pennant. Washington will be bet
ter, and the Yanks will be as good as
early in the season with their regu
lars in the game.
Detroit will be as good. The White
Sox have reached the climax of their
mechanical ability, and must receive
some mental stimulus from some
where to keep in the hunt or even to
finish as high as they did in the sea
son recently closed.
Percy Haughton, president of the
Boston Braves, has signed td coach
the Harvard football eleven again
this fall. It is reported Haughton
will receive a salary of $15,000.
f o e
RAGEN COLTS DANCE TONIGHT
HOYNE LEADS GRAND MARCH
One of the largest dances given in
Chicago will be given by the Ragen
Colts tonight at the 7th Regiment
armory, 34th and Wentworth av.
The Ragen Colts in the past have
been noted for the good times they
provide with their dances and enter
tainments. This dance is no excep
tion, as they have arranged, besides
the' dance, a contest between twenty
girls of Chicago, for valuable prizes,
as to who is the best step dancer.
Maclay Hoyne, candidate for state's
attorney, will lead the grand march.
The Ragen Colts have a member
ship of over 2,000 and it is1 expected
that one of the best times of the sea
son will be had by every one.
London. Ellerman Line has ae-
quired control of Thos. Wilson, Son
& (jo., Jiuu snipping hrm which
owned 87 steamers.