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punishment. He was also badly
whipped in the seventh. In the last
three rounds he rallied remarkably
and evened thihgs with the Briton.
Les Darcy," Australian middle
weight, ac'ording to New York. Te
ports, will land in that port next
Tuesday. Tex Rickard is said to
have been in wireless communica
tion with the "champion of the antip
odes, but is secretive about the boat.
on which he is traveling. Rickard
wants to get to'Darcy ahead of other
promoters and put to him a proposi
. tion to meet George Carpentier or
seme good American light heavy.
Harry Hebner, star of the Illinois
A. C. swimming team, has. decided to
retire from' competition. Hebner
captained the world's champion re
- lay and water polo teams and was
the best individual point winner of
the L A. C. team. He is ranked as
the best back stroke swimmer in the
world. His place with I. A. C. will be
taken by Chas. Pavlicek, former Uni
versity of Chicago captain, who
ranks next to Hebner and is improv
ing all the timer
Bart Macomber, captain and quar
terback of the Univ. of Illinois f6ot
ball team, has withdrawn from the
state university and returned to his
home in Oak Park. It is said he will
enter business in Chicago.
George Moore scored 50 to 32 for
Alfred De Oro in the final block of
their three-cushion match for the
title at New York. Moore retains
the championship with a total score
of 150 to 128. -
Bethlehem soccer team reached
Chicago this morning for its game
with the Chicago eleven at 35th and
Wentworth tomorrow at 2:30.
Paul Martinson and Wm. Demetral
will wrestle at the Haymarket, to
night Ben Reuben and Joe Holick
will meet in a preliminary.
John Brichetto, member of the
Prima league, is jthe new city bowl
ing champion, his mark of 662 giving
him. first place in. the tourney which
closed last night. Frank Kafora was
second, a point back, and- 652 enti
tied W. Brown to third place. Vin
cent Chabot and Frank Siska take
first place in doubles with 1,261.
Kemman and Dipple are second with
1,244. Marvin Erickson landed the
all-events with a total of 1,875.
The Dearborn billiard room has
been accepted as a. member of the
Chicago Billiard league, completing,
the circuit. Work will be immediate
ly commenced on arrangement of a
. The Peterson Linotyping Co.'s in
door team will play Central Turners,
Dec. 23, at Wicker Park halL and the
Villas A. A., Jan. 7, at West Park No.
1. For games address J. W. La Vine,
2433 W. Jackson, or call up Seeley
1315 between 5:30 and 7 p. m.
Riverside 22, St Ignatius 10.
Oak Park 27, Crane 13.
Medill 36, Waller 18.
Wisconsin 35, State Normal 23.
Indiana 24, Depauw 14.
Tpnti 2, Commercial 1.
Madonna 7, Leo 3.
S"t Patrick 9, St Cyril 1.
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