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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920.
IN HEMPED ARENA
International Affairs ,of
Great Moment to the
Fistic r ana.
Ropcr.Kellcy, Fulton and
jlaudcn Are jjisiuu m mu
ifmliv -Jack Sharkey vs.
iikon. 12 rounds, at New
A,0.rf..?Ufr,i.i, I'tosv Cllne vs.
n"."1' ' "r.vnch vs. Jnbcz
willi K round. at Hoston, Mass.
" B.'lc! 1 "',.. fn..t. lint. Holier
v, Jick Kellcy. 10 rounds, at Dcs
SlJSrPrcd Kutton vs
nariiey Madden, 10 round, at
Friday1 WIHlo Jackson vs.
johnny Sheppard, 10 round, at
i Saturday Joe Lynch vs. Jooy
'fix 6 rounds, at Philadelphia.
Saturday- -Ocorgo Z. Ashe vs.
rjul Rampson, 10 rounds, at
Birmingham, N. Y.
with such sterling ring porformors
if Joe Lynch, Fred Fulton, Jack
Sharkey, Patsy Cllno and Wllllo
jickson'ln action, the current week
tromlsfs to bo an Interesting one In
the realm of flstlana. While the
champions aro resting, waiting for
''r"!ot,,rs to como forward with
fabulous sumsfcr their serUccs, tho
near-champions aro collecting largo
amounts and aro keeping busy.
l osslty lle mat . met fBtiiiw erap
ton. the fearful piasteter trom
I n?,?ro,,n: ,,artlcy Madden
J-nrney Mchtensteln's- heavyweight
hopeful, toother In u lO-round on
casement In Denver. This will be
tn n!-1. h.1.falPl1. wlln Unmpsey.
. nt beS.1? thu" KO,,,Uo "ul,lc
a thlm, ,thaml'lunsh, possibility.
over slnco that fateful affair In
nZ'ZU wh'n h0 ""crumb.,, to th"
if. ,on record time.
fni . V? not bo conslderod a
formldnblo foo for a champion. ii,lt
lin . ?0,n"",t that It worth wi n"
n" '"'.'K" "nl oino as nnv
cnYclum"'",, b-l'k'"B 1,1 ,h0 "Ir2
can mire Ml hn1ua falr ,1,lnc "
can take more than an ordlnnrv
amount of punishment. Madden
7, f'' '!" mttnber of " ir"
n?..t tVl.P" 1,'M,1e ho haa bVcn
considered too tough. Unt
claim because he recently faced
Kill llrennari In a lO-round bout am
' , outpointed. Hrennan Is a
wn.ll i,,.V,p0,nt U m,, Who
" ho, rated m the class to be
considered championship timber
However, Madden may giva Pulton
v,er,? Jmr'1 .scra" for 10 ""slons,
and If he strings tho plasterer ho
stands nt least a chance of beating
him, because Pulton usually turns
liYiiili Ilimj. righter.
Jack Sharkey, tho young New
York Italian, who gained fame In
his fight with Jimmy Wlldo, Justly
celebrated flyweight champion of
England, Jumping from tho 'scml
wlndup class to a position to demand
big sums for his services In main
events, win try conclusions with
loung Dyson, a promising younc
bantamweight of New Undford,
Mass., In the homo city of the, latter
Dyson cannot be expected to bea'
Mhnrkcy, but tho latter Is not clover
and has everything to loso and
nothing to kuIii by this engattemen
Joo Lynch, who fongtit WiUK
twice In England while Lynch was
ser-itiK I' rifle S.im In tho world ar.
wil, fight twice this week. Lynch la
a very busy youngster nnd when th
figures are filed nt the close of tho
year on what fighters have marie
during 1920, his namo probably will
be close, to tho top, Alw.'is a sat
isfactory performer, Lynch' serv
ices nro In demand, especially In tho
east where he Is bet known. Ills
first bout will be Tuesday night wllh
Jobez White, a veteran feather
weight. It. It to bo 12 rounds and
will be staged In HohIoii. White has
been doing ery well this season, de
spite his age, but ho Is a couple of
shades behind Lynch nnd the result
of the bout undoubtedly wi be. n
derision for the New York scrapper.
Lynch will step over to Philadel
phia Saturday night and try six
rounds with Jeey Kox. an Mngllsh
featherweight, who has met with
more or less suceoas In this country.
Fox has been fighting no-dorislon
bouts In tho east for some time, and
has been able to at least break even
In the series of clashes, accorrilng to
newspaper writers. Fox Is fast, but
llko all Fngllsh fighters, ho Is un
able to stand as much punishment
as a rugged American. For this rea
son ho Is stepping before danger In
facing Lvnch, who hits hard, Is fast
nnd rugged and may land a sleep
producer against tho chin on tho
Hrlton even In a short batle llkti
tho variety jtaged In Quakcrtown,
Another Kngllsh fighter, one of
tho stable from the tight little Idle
which has Invaded the United Htatos
this season, will bo given his first
chance to show Americans his
wnres Friday night when Johnny
Shcppard, lightweight, will meot
Wllllo Jackson In a 10-round on
counter In .Miiwau'tco. Thoy have
handed Shepparri a rather formid
able foo for tho Initial start, Just as
they handed Wilde tho tough and
game Sharkey, In tho same town of
Milwaukee, .TacKson Is tho ia' who
gained promlneuc.1 when ne planted
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a knockout wa lop n M't t the chin
of Johnny Dundee i p t,i th.t i mo
ho was not kticwn m1 l f a f w
lu is around New orK, wher n
w.h a semifinal porforme Tint
'ii. fight made him famous and
smew then ho has icca Httpiring In
nm.n events, but with oi ly fair kuo
cuss. Hnnl Test for Hhoppt'il,
Jackson has a knockout punch
nnd Kngllsh fighters are not able to
stand mui'h punlshmant. I.'iiIwm
Shopparri Is an oxcoptlon to tn.. "-tile
he is likely to I. a In serious diffi
culties before the boui mlds Little
Is known of shepparri here. IIcu-mmi
of the amount of publicity w:'in
W'ililo whrn he cniue to thu ciiun
tr, duo to the fact that hi) Is tits
gicatcst of the Kngllsh lighters and
hutl met suverul Americans In Lnc
lanri, Including Pal Mootn and Joe
Lynch, Shoppurri wn virtually un
hot aided when be nirHod here. In
fact aw have heard of him now and
ho must bent Jnrksuu to bn able to
get other bouts and return homo
wllh mom money than lie arrived
with If Shepparri defeais JackHiin he
will bo In demand ami will be able
to get bouts with all gouri Aiuo.lcan
Hob Itoper, army boxer, who has
been niccilrig with fair success in
fighting heavyweights, will meet
Jack Kclle In a lo-round bout In
Des Moines Wednwiritu If Itoper
lands a knockout on Kelley he wl'l
lerieein lilniMelf In the eyes of f Is I If
follow oi h fur a few setbacks he has
encountered recently, but If he falis
to. beat Kelley hn will be WrUi.Uly
through as a prospect for future
greatnoss In the miuarori circle.
An Hem of Interest to followers of
things pugilistic In this country Is
the report that Tom Andruws, MII
wnilkeo promoter and sporting
writer, has nrrlved In this country
with Lew Ldwards, lightweight
champion of Australia who Is on
the trull of Penny l-oonuril, light
Fsually when It Is mentioned that
.lOnit! fighter Is after Lecuurd the
public Is amused becauno no light
wnUit bus been nblo to give Leon
In d a real fight far the past 'wo
ye irs but a dug n A .1 ttnPar
wi.u s 1 Intuitu is as grca n .Ight
i w, igh as D.ir. y was a l,ldlve 1)1
. "i.o .nri an ma-iagei "f bux
w'.o h-t melt l.ilwiuds I i nftloi. it t l
Hkes him, is Hen Connors, man
ager of Arlos I 'uniting una Hairy
Itiumei' ('minors uus In AusTHlIn
when Rilwards was starting nut.
"F.dunrds Is a splendid fighter,"
said Connors recontly. "MA will give
ijoonaid as luiiil a fight as the
champion has engaged In flnce he
won the tlllo. I nm not sure how
much be Ihim Improved since I saw
him. but he must have Improved
some ami If he has he stands a
chance wllh any fighter In the
world m 135 pounds Kdwards I
clever, game, tough and inn punch.
If he meets I.eonarri I want to be
fortunate enough to be otio of the
This speaks pretty well for the
chances of tho Australian against
the Lost fighter In the lightweight
division since the palmy tlnys of
Jou Clans, "the Old Master."
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