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Frirlnv. November 26. 1920.
HUM EASY j
FOR LBV TENDLER
"Willi Jaokon won from Matt Brock
tn tha fourth round at rh:lad!7h!a,
CStrll Bescher outpointed "Dutch"
Brandt, aufctltutlnr for Earl Turytar,
In tivtUs rounda at Now York.
K. O, Lauarhlin drew la eight rounds
with Johnny bummers; Gene. Ti.nney
outpolntsd J9 llouck in six round;
5id Wolf won from Terry McHugh in
tlx rouodi n4 Abe Ooldstsia beat
Willi Spencer Jo alx round at Phila
eetphl. JacJt Leslie won from Gears'
Wcrdt Bobby Burns K. O. Kid Shar
key, third round j Freddy Turr.tr aj
fouled by Your.jr Mulligan la the sev
enth rourd; Eddie Revere defeated)
Tommy Clifford, atopped by referee, J
cond round; Mike Ordell shaded Jo J
Koons; Toufhy Pug-an Knocked outj
Charity McKea. eeoond round; Vounj
jo Tuber drew with Joe K.tl'y; Cubby
Barrett knocked out Kid V.'tst, fifth
found; Philadelphia Joe Welling drw
with Mlk Jlahoney; Barney ICeilly
won frcra Jo Wright, at Philadelphia.
PHTLADSLPOTA. Ncv. 25. Law
Tendler. locel lightweight ace, stepped
out of his class yesterday to throw
pucohes at a welterweight at the Na
tional A. A. Johnny Tilln-.un, Minne
apolis welter, who outweig-hed the Lo
yan aouthpw by a matter of nina
tiound?, was outpo'n'ed over ttc eight
round rout by Teujler. There was
nothing; excltlns about the tilt. Tend
ler tried on many oacaelons to ell'p over
left to til chin or a rigrht to the
eelar plexus withknoclcout intentions,
but Tillman tnanaed to keep out ot
rang of the outtpaw'a best offenslva
B'XMk Chae4 From Illnff.
;5tt SroeV of Cleveland proved no
crisitsh for Will! Jackson of New York,
e.-.d the refjreree etrppd the bout in
t'.e fourth round at the Olyropla yes-
-'y. Th ClaTelacd veteran at --.
r .pttd to fight Jackson with a punch
: 't had loss kick than the modern
-r .r -j pie. All he did In the ten min
..5 or mors of fighting waa etand up
-And tie up Jackson so that Willi
f -;Ui cot put over a alutaberland
DIES III AUTO
Eddie O'Donnell Dying,
Helper Dead, at Los
SPEEDWAY, LCS ANGELES, Nov.
26. CBston Chevrolet, famous reclnsr
driver, and I.yall Jolls, mechanician
for Eidie O'Donnell. were Killed yes
terday when Chevrolet's and O'Don
nell'o machines crashed together on
the Los Angeles Speedway at the east
end of the grand stand near th close
of a 250-mSle rac.
Chevrolet's standing- in the race at
the time he was kill had won for
him the national automobile racing
championship for 1?20 on a roir.t basis.
O'Dor.r.oll was so seriously injured
that it was at first reported he was
killed. Ilia Ekull was fractured and
both arms broken, and little hope wa.i
held that he could recover.
John Bresnahan, Chevrolet's me
chanician, was seriously Injured.
O'Donnell's car struck the fenca on
the east turn and bounded down the
Incline, colliding with a car driven by
LEAVENWORTH. Kas., Nov. 2.
Jack Johnson, former heavyweight
champion of the world .knocked out
Frank Owens of Chicago In the last
round of a nix-round bout anl then
boxed "Topeka Jack" Johnson another
five rounds at the federal prison here
Kegulatlon flshting gloves were us
ed and the rounds were of three min
Left Hook End Boot.
In his bout with Owen, a 240-pound
Negro, Johnson knocked his opponent
down twelvo times before he finally
sent him to the canvas with a terrific
hook to the ajw in the last round.
Before Johnson entered tho ring- he
exhibited a bad abraison on his right
hand and it was noticeable that he
seldom used that member for his hard
punches. H thus explained to news
paper men after the fight his inability
to finish Owens sooner.
Johnson appeared to be in good con
dition, and" it was the uplnlou of ring
side critics tliat the former champion
Is still a formidable fighting man.
Tlie Chicago Boosters played the
strong Hammond team off their feet
yesterday at De Paul field and beat
them, 27 to 0. Nielson. Reilly and
Koenig were the best ground gainers
for the winners. Lineup:
Leonard LE Robinson
Aimed L.T Jackson
1'uigrass .L.o Otis
Koenig c Kohls
Bomark r,g Davis
Cropp n.T.' Bashaw
La Rossa R E Kropp
Applehans ... QB Hess
Niclson L.II Sprecht
Reilly R.II GlUo
Miller F.B Pllska
Substitutions Paden for La Rocca,
Bond for Reiily, Redd for Miller!
Touchdowns Annes, Bond, Reilly, Ap
t'lehans. Goals from touchdowns
Don't throw roai papet an
without reading the want id page.
Happy Littleton Stops
Harry Krone in Twelfth
NEW ORLEAN3. La.. Nov? 16. Hap
py Littleton won technical knockout
over Harry Krone of Akron, O., in the
twelfth round of a fifteen round fight
at the New Olympic club last night.
It was the first fight at the club and
about 150 women were In attendance.
The promoters obtained an injunction
during the day to restrain Superin
tendent of Pollc Mooney from stop
ping th attendance of women.
Wabash college fought the Milwaukee
eleven on even terms, but lost yes
terday, 21 to 7. Marquetto opened by
rushing th ball for a touchdown af
ter th klckoff. and then ecored an
other on an intercepted forward pass.
Wabash hit Us stride in the second
period and scored a touchdown when a
punt was blocked.
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CAPT. BOB ROPER
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 26. Capt. Bob
Roper of Chicago gained the refer'
decision over Bob Martin, champion of
th A. E. F.. in a fast ten round bout
Seven of the rounds went to Roper,
who fought well to the inside of Mar
tin's tfu.rd. uolr.g a left Jab to good
" ' v r : : e.
Marquette Scores Early
to Defeat Wabash, 21-7
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 26. Af
ter getting away to a pyor start In the
opening period, in which Marquetto
university registered two touchdowns.
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See Them in Our Windows
nectar eest u
Is Wednesday, December 1st
On tEat 3ay we will place on sale 100 of these
45-inch, genuine Tennessee Aromatic Red Cedar
Chests, copper bound and studded and equipped
with steel castors exactly as pictured.
An Opportunity to Purchase an Ideal
The Special Price for this Day
Is 35 L'ess'
Cedar Chests purchased at this sale may be held for Christmas delivery
if so desired.
Soldon Terms of $5 Down, $3 Monthly
See Fsionday's Times for Full Particular
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Milk fresh from the cow is no better.
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air tight germ proof tins, bearine the
name "Jelke" that has grown to be a
synonym for quality.
If you enjoy good things, or have a
hobby for the best, ask your dealer
today for GOOD LUCK Milk.
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Every pair of these extra
fine NEWARK Shoes for
Men, built to sell at $8.95,
NOW beina closed
out at ONE PRICE,
$6.00 $2.85 LESS
than they were at
the beginning of the
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Choice of Gun
Gun Metal and Koko
Mahopany. Now only PO
The enormous response that this 3ale is bring
ing; shows how keenly the public appreciates our
efforts to effect the biggest possible economies at a
time when lower living costs are imperative.
Instead of selling these high grade NEWARK
noes at $8.95, which was the price at which they
were built to sell, we reduced our entire stock of
them at the beginning of our season, to $6.00! Bear
in mind that they are all regular stock NEWARK
Shoes, new this Fall, strictly first qualitv and abso
lutely the equal of previous $10 and $12 values.
Why pay top prices when you can buy the be3t for
$6.00? See them tomorrow!
These $7.85 Values NOW
Stunning Koko cr Camel Brown and Gun metal
lace and blucher models, with Neolin Solet and
Wingfoot Rubber Heel, that are aruarar.teed to
outwear any pair of leather soles, and if thev fail
to do this, new NeoMn soles will be applied free.
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HAMMOND STORE 572 SOUTH H0HMAN STREET
4 Pair Men's Hose, guaranteed 4 months, $1.00
Wool Hose, per pair $1.55.
Open Tuesday and Saturday Nights.
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
,y We Can Make Immediate
Deliveries on All Models
FORD TOURING CAR $535.00
Ford 1-Ton Tk. Pneumatic Tires $545.00
FORD ROADSTER ........ .$490.00
All prices F.O.B. Factory, Including demountable rims, electric starting and lighting system
tire carrier and extra run
TERMS: Within the reach of all. Commercial B :dies for every purpose at lowest prices
Hammond Phone 650-651.
506-508 H0HMAN STREET
East Chicago Phone 947. Gary Phone 1 760.
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