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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 11',
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tnen who make a success at playing
it, Is a job of work, like digging a
ditch or sweeping streets, and- they
know condition is one of their best
Every real star of the two major
leagues is a fellow who watches his
own step and polices his own actions.
Ritchie Mitchell and Freddie
Welsh are to fight in Milwaukee
Jan. 10, with' the possibility of ar20
round fight in New Orleans as a se
quel to the ten-round quarrel in Wis
consin. Mitchell should make an
other good showing against the
lightweight champion in a short
bout, but the Briton is in-little dan
ger of losing his crown tp the Cream
City man oVer the abbreviated dis
distance. Just how ridiculous conditions are
becoming in the lightweight divi
sion is evidenced in the weight
agreement, which calls for 135
pounds at 3 o'clock. The lightweight
limit, when there was such athing,
was 133 pounds ringside, but in this
Milwaukee fight Welsh can easily get
up around 140 pounds by the time he
enters the ring.
Les Darcy affects to be dissatisfied
with inactivity and is tired of the
way his managers, promoters and
hangers-on are chasing themselves
in a circle and getting advertising.
Les says he will wait a short time
and, if nothing transpires, will go out
on his own hook and arrange a bat
tle with' Al McCoy. He should whip
McCoy. There will be little glory in
such a victory.
Roland Cioni captured the two
mile professional roller race at Biv
erview last night in 5:15 3-5. Stan
ley Durza took the three-mile ama
ture handicap, having a start of 400
W. A. McAImon, former Minnesota
football star, captain of the eleven
in 1913, dfed at Minneapolis of dia
betes. He had coached Grinnell for
Frank MarneJI, anchor man of the
Sir Cliftonsestablished a new high
series mar,k of 768 in the Vermont
league. His five rolled 1,152 in the
third game. Marnell scored ,237, 265
Crane heavies 22, McKinley 10.
Crane bantams, 16, McKinley 3.
Loyola 51, Tilden 14.
Loyola lights 21, Tilden 14.
Parker heavies 17, Calumet 8.
Parker lights 11, Calumet 15.
Medill heavies 26, Harrison 11.
Medill bantams 12, Harrison 7.
De La Salle 20, Bowen 19.
Marshall 12; Lake View 6.
Lane heavies 19, La Grange 16.
Lane lights 34, La Grange 18.
Downers Grove 38, Plainfield 16.-
Dvoraks 24, Wellecoes 14.
Knox College 26, Mystic A. C. 17.
St Pauls 24, Trinity 0.
St Pauls 34, Christ Church 4.
Luther 40, St Andreas 8.
Luther 24, Redeemer 6.
Hennepin defeated St Patrick, 5
to 2, in the Knights of Columbus In
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