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signed, and amicable relations have
been established between Manager
Barry and Hoblitzel and Janvrin.
Some Brooklyn players are hold
ing out for more money, but the frat
plays no part in their differences.
Baseball cannot stand a strike
now, and apparently every one con
nected with the game is coming to a
realization of that fact.
Knockout Brown and Bob Moha
fought ten vicious rounds in Racine
last night and the general verdict
was a draw. If there was any mar
gin of victory it should go to Brown,
but 'the margin was hardly wide
enough to warrant a clean decision.
Brown started at a fast clip and
opened a cut over Moha's. eye with
a surprising left During the waist
of the battle Moha evened this ad
vantage and was slightly ahead until
the final frame, when the Greek belt
ed him around the ring at will. Both
men were marked up at the conclu
sion of the go.
In the preliminaries Joe Dory
stopped Dan Hayes in the seventh
ronnw, Jimmy Russell knocked out
Kid Conti in the first, and Red Dolan
beat Billy Koutz in ten rounds. The
show was a good one from every
standpoint and there was plenty of
hot entertainment for the fans.
Benny Leonard gave Eddie Wallace
'a neat lacing in six rounds at Phila
delphia. Ritchie Mitchell injured his hand
boxing with his brother and has
asked Cleveland promoters to se off
one week the bout he has scheduled
with Johnny Dundee for Jan. 30.
John Pentecost has been elected
captain of the Oak Park High track
team. Pentecost is a pole vaulter,
high jumper and hurdler.
Henry Graumann of the Dearborn
rom defeated Bennie Hatcher dt
Howe's, 50 to 40. The cue men were
so careful that it required 105 in
nings to complete the match.
Hennepin defeated Barry, 10 to (j,
in a gama of the Knights of Colum
bus Indoor Baseball league.
Johnny Chapman, representative
of the National Cycle Racing ass'n,
arrived yesterday to help Promoters
Harmo nand Cooper in final arrange
ments for the six-day race, which
starts Feb. 11, at Dexter Park. Chap
man repprts that 30 riders will be on
Minneapolis 20, Illinois 11. '
De Paul 43, Crane College 20.
Medill bantams 42, Phillips 18. z
Crane 13, Parker 12. 4
Garfield M. E. 21, Englewood 13.
First National 32, Mozarts 15. i
New Trier 29, Garrett 24. ;
Sherwood A. C. 46, Avondale 6.
Edgewater Pres. 7, Atticas 6. j
SMOKE WITH HOLDER AND FOOL
Now women may smoke without
their husbands finding it out The -
new cigaret holder prevents tell-tale 3
finger stains. 3
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New York. J. PFerpont Morgan is3
a granddad. Daughter born to Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Spencer Morgan. ;
Paris. Italian banks unite in
making loan of $50,000,000 to Rus-j