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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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Feb., 6. The battle Is billed for ten
Joe Capron defeated Hughie Heal,
50 to 49, in a match of the Interstate
Three-Cushion Billiard league.
Frank White, Frasor's, defeated
Ernie Lundgren at Petersen's room,
A 50 to 36, in a game of the Chicago
$ Billiard league.
Reggie McNamara and Francesco
Verri will be racing partners in the
six-day bike race to be held at Dex
ter Park pavilion, Feb. 11. Promot
ers Harmon and Cooper announced
this as the first team selected for the
Marquette defeated Commercial,
7 to 0, in a game of the Knights of
Columbus Indoor Baseball league.
Basketball Scores
Lewis 31, De Paul 30.
Marshall 36, Schurz 6.
Marshall bantams 14, Parker 9.
Englewood bantams 14, Crane 5.
Crane lights 23, Englewood 12.
De La Salle 10, Calumet 7.
N. Division 26, De Paul Acad. 19.
Lake Forest 42, Waller 1.
First Nationals 27, Monarchs 22.
Armour Antlers 21, Og. Sharks 11.
Dreyfuss A. C. 35, Eck. Impts. 17.
Hamlin Periods 24, St Andrews 10.
Laconas 22, L. V. Reds 15.
"W. S. Senecas 24, Gar. M. E. 16.
St. Simon 26, St Paul M. E. 23.
Salem Evan. 34, Brooklyn Bap. 8.
Northwestern 24, Iowa 15.
Parker 26, Deerfleld 16.
Mickey Anderson, the Chicago
Dane, fighting under the manage
ment of Jimmy Kilroy, Is after a bat
tle with Joe Dory. Kilroy and An
derson watched Dory whip Dan Hays
in Racine and that battle confirmed
their belief that Anderson can whip
Dory. The Dane, according to Kil
roy, possesses a southpaw punch
that is a haymaker, and he has the
cleverness necessary to plant it to
good advantage.
Kilroy and Anderson say they will
jump in the river, cold as it is, if Dory
is not whipped. The Collins A. C. is
back of Anderson with plenty ofl
t money. Joe Koske, Pittsburgh,
working out with Anderson while
waiting for Reb RussellN Spike Kel-"
ley or Willie gchaeffer to accept his
Young Herman has taken the man
agement of Ray Wallers, the army
star, who is ready to meet any boy
in the country from 142 to 147 lbs.s
KUroy's star preferred. Young Her-""
man would like to hear from all fight
promoters, private or otherwise, at
1725 W. 14th pL, phone Canal 3570.J
Johnny Dundee will meet Willie,
Jackson, the only boy who ever.
I knocked him out, in another bout as
soon as New York promoters can ar-i
range it.
But when Dundee fights Jackson,
again he will not only be fighting the?
fellow who took his measure in the
ring, but also the old jinx of the
knockout y
The hoodoo of the knockout punch
has proved the hardest stumbling,
block boxers have had to face. r
With few exceptions the fighter,
who has once taken the -count hasf
been a kayo victim when next he met
the .man who hung it on him. r
Will Dundee be one of the excep
tions or will be add another name to
the long list of hoodooed boxers.
Eddie McGoorty tried a comebackr
fight with Les Darcy, only to fall q,
second time for the 10-second count
Frank Moran twice knocked out Jin
Coffey, and after disposing of Bom
bardier. Wells, Georges Carpentier
had little trouble in turning the trick
the second time.
When George Chip, then a little
known fighter, copped Frank Klausl
for the count in five rounds a few
years ago the public yelped "luckjf
punch." Klaus was considered the;
cream of the middleweights at that
The men were rematched a short
time later and Klaus was knocked
out in six rounds. He never fought
again. Chip later repeated this 'per
formance with Billy Murray as th
victim - n

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