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round contort with Knockout Brown of ofNew orNew ofNew
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second match between Meyors and Pal Pal1If PalMoore
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JOHNSON iollNsoN ARRESTED AGAIN AGAINLocked GA1N GA1NLocked
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New York Jan 20 20Jack Jack Johnson Johnsonheavyweight Johnsonhoavwelght Johnsonheavyweight
heavyweight champion was locked up at atpolice atpolice atpolice
police headquarters tonight on a charge chargoof chargeat chargeof
of felonious assault made by another ne negro negro negro ¬
gro Norman PInder of 26 West Ninety Ninetyninth Ninetyninth Ninetyninth
ninth street who says S S he Is a a consump consumptive consumpI consumptive ¬
tive Pinder says that Johnson J assaulted assaultedhim assaultedhim 1 1him
I him In Baron Wilkins place at 253 253West 2531 253Vest
West e8t Thirtyfifth street between the thehours thehours
hours of 1 and 3 oclock this morning as asa asa asa I
a result of a dispute over drinks drinksFinder drinksPinder
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ble with a man and two women when whenJohnson whenJohnson whenJohnson
Johnson came in alone aloneSome aloneSomone I
Some Somone ono in the party ptlrt remarked remarkedTheres remnrkelTheres remarkedTheres
Theres Jack Johnson lets ask him himover himover himover
over and buy him a drink and Pinder Plnderwho Pinderwho Pinderwho
who was buying asked Johnson overThen over overThen oyerThen
Then Pinder asked Johnson what he hewould hewould hewould
would have haveAccording haoAccording haveAccording
According to the complainant John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son said he wanted wine Pinder said saidthat l saidthat ald aldthat
that would be all right for once but butthat butthat butthat
that he could c uId not keep it up long John Johnson JohnBon Johnson ¬
son he says 5tlYB remarked that he never neverdrank neverdrank neverdrank
drank anything else and Pinder says he hecame hec hecame
came c me back at the pugilist with the statement state statement statement ¬
ment that once upon a time he was not notso notso notso
so particular You used to drink beer beerPinder beerPInder beerPinder
Pinder said Ive seen you OU drink It Itand Itand stand
and out of a bucket too with your face facein faceIn facein
in the bucket like n horse It wasthen was wasthen wasthen
then Plnder says Johnson assaulted assaultedhim assaultedhim assaultedhim
him himBIG himBIG himBIG
BIG STADIUM FOR NEW N W YORK YORKAmerican YORKII YORKAmerican
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Frank Farrell Plans Concrete Strno Strnotnre Sirnotore Struotnre
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of 50000 Persons PcnoniJktv PeronYork Personsa
Jktv a York Jan 36 21A A concrete stadium stadiumwtoh stadiumwith stadiumwith
with a Mating tlnS capacity of 50000 and andlarger andlarger andbtrger
larger than those at Harvard and other otheruniversities otherutdvCrIti05 otheruniverslUos
universities la tho central feature of ofFrank orFrank ofFrank
Frank FarreHs present plans for the Im Improvement Improvement improvement ¬
provement of the new American League Leaguepark Leaguepark Leaguepark
park at Broadway and nth street streetPlana streetPlans streetPlans
Plans for reclaiming the large area inthe In Inthe Inthe
the bed of the old Bpuyten Duyvll Creek Creekare Creekaro Creekare
are already well advanced and the work workwill workwill vorkwill
will probably be begun as soon as pen pensession pos possession pasHMlon ¬
session of the property is obtained obtainedNecessary obtainedNecess6 obtainedNecessary
Necessary Necess6 legal formalities to permit of
the filling in of the useless waterway are arenow arenow arenow
now being Ing arranged and the material for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose pur will be brought from exca excavations excavations excavatlons ¬
vations still to be made in connection connectionwith conneotlonwith connectionwith
with tho Grand Central Station Improve Improvement Improvement improvement ¬
mentThe ment mentThe mentThe
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