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tes Seek National Honors v. Koungsters Continue to JWinin Golf Event
In Golf Tilt
f ' . By wmira Stereos Meruit
J-'C, 1 (Wctttea tor United Newt)
(Copyrirbt. 1922. by United Newa)
rriHE COUNTRY CLUB, Brookllfte.
A Mass., Sept- 8. It takes a bright
, light to outshine Rudy Knepper ot
. Sioux City, Ioww, and Princeton Uni
versity. V Jesse) Sweetser of Yale, the mefro
polltan champion, took the other fa
moos Jesse of golf, Guilford of Boston,
5. to a terrible party, smearing the Mas
sachusetts boy ovl the New England
landscape to the pattern of a 4 and 3
victory. This is a full day's work for
any ' collegian,-and Mr. Sweetser had
a right to expect that he would be the
S cynosure of all eyes,
But along came Rudy Knepper. He
came along with Cyril Tolley, the Eng
lishman. The spectators took note that
Mr. Knepper was giving the large Ehg
lishman a very bumpy ride and many
of them left off following the tailing
champion to watch the young lad from
;J Iowa make the Briton feel at home
with a most miserable aternoon.
: X3TEPPER HAS SLUMP
'-" At the end of the morning round
: Knepper had his opponent two down,
.In the afternoon the Englishman fought
hard for his unrament life. Early in
the second round he was four down
but he came back with a bang on the
; 14th. of the second round after Knep
perThad apparently cracked wide open
5 jind was shooting like a first year dub.
. But Knepper got control of himself
; 'and put hia opponent two down once
more iwith a brilliant birdie on the
They halved the short 16th with aJ
5 three. Then Knepper put his second
in a trap at the edge of the 17th green
and conceding the hole after several
futile attempts to get out.
They shot for the home hole with
; Knepper one up. The slim Iowa lad
"kept, a tight grip on his nerves and
- played his drive long and straight. He
.was well on with his second whereas
' Tolley played to the left of the green.
Tolley was within three feet of the pin
on his third and was slightly away.
WH putted and missed and conceded
the match. Knepper received an ova
tion. He deserved it
VICTORY BIG SURPRISE
. Everyon was surprised when he
fought the Scotchman off his feet dur
ing the afternoon of that first daye's
play, recovered his lost holes and beat
' tils opponent two up. Everyone was
; surprised again when he took Francis
Ouimet over the hurdles and beat him
inthesecond day of match play and
then on Thursday he came back and
; knocked the redoubtable Mr. Tolley
loose from his place of those who may
On Friday in the semi-finals Knepper
bfrmpaj Into Chick Evans, who elimi
nated : Godchaux Thursday and who
r has not had a. real hard match yet.
On all the dope that is on, the books
:;; previous to this tournament Evans
figures to take the Iowa boy, bat those
f. who have beep watching Knepper' per
form hero this -week are .chary about
spending any money In backing the
idea that the youngster who knocked
ever Torrance, Ouimet and Tolley will
go down to defeat at the hands of even
a veteran like Evans.
, JONES PULLS THROUGH
;". Wmk Mcfahil, of Norfolk, a Massa
chusetts boy and a youngster, playing
:, his .first national event, gave Bobby
Jones his customary tough workout.
The1 two finished all even f6r the
morning found and In the afternoon
" McFhail -stuck to the southerner until
the llth: hole. There Bobby, then one
; -up on his Yankee adversary, gradually
drew away and won 4 and 3.
On Friday Knepper against Evans
and Jones vs. Sweetser.
'BOXnrO RESOLUTION OWNED
f" i',' ' fniTemal Service)
San' Jose. Cal., Sept. 8. Amidst the
s wildest confusion delegates to the
. fourth annual convention of the Cali
, fornla American Legion here Thurs
day voted down a resolution presented
. by Hollywood post calling upon the
state i legislature to professionalise
boxing In California, and bring about
the return of 10-round boxing mtches.
Seventh Annual Clearance Sale
A Sale of Big Values for Ten Days Only
LOOK Here Are a Few LOOK
Oldsmobils 8 touring, 2 new tires, poor condition . . . . $ 200
Ovedand tourinc runs and looks cood 225
Elgin touring, runs
Crow Elk-Hart Chummy, wire wheels, good
Oldsmobile 8 Chummy, new pamt, sporty job
Chevrolet FB touring, looks good, runs fine ..... . . .
Oldsmobile 6 touring, good condition, lots of extras. .
Oldsmobile 8 7-passenger a good up-to-date job . . V
Essex touring, looks and runs like new . . ......
Oldsmobile 6 touring, rebuilt, new paint, cord tires. ..
Oldsmobile 6 coupe a lot of. car for the money. . '
A very classy 8 cylinder roacjster don't miss this. . .
Oldsmobile 6 touring, almost new, run very little .
Mitchell roadster, good condition, lots of extras. ,
iOOY '1T-J 1 A 1
.J j Cadillac Model 55 thoroughly overhauled
Every Car Guaranteed as Represented
Oldsmobile Company of Oregon
J . - ' Broadway and Couch Sts. ,- , .
Staif Denies He
Will Quit Sport
"(Bt United Kew.)
New York, Sept. 8-LltUs Bin
Joamstom, departing for Fklladel
pala to try - wla tke Batlonal
iagles champloBihip for tke third
tine la kit career, la formed the
United States Law Teaals assoeia.
tloe Tkarsday that ke has bo late.
tloa of eaittlag tke game.
JohBRton's statemeat was eeaie
thing ef a dealal, as tkere kad keea
reports that ke woold give p na
tional tennis. -
Sometkltfg might happen next
year ro any year te areTent my
taking part la the - play la - the
East," ke said. "Bat It Is ray la
teatloa to play, tke gaate aa Ioag aa
"The game has done me tremea
doas good. I am In better health
tkaa I ever enjoyed before. I won't
stop playing as long as I can play
reasonably well, and I look forward
to Teralyear more ef teaals ac
tivity." . g
THE Cincinnati Reds popped np in
third place in the National league
Thursday, one and one half games
astern of the Pirates, In second, and
mly five and a half behind the Giants.
The Reds advanced by taking the game
from the Cardinals in Cincinnati, 10
to 6. The Cubs fell out of third place
to fourth because the Pirates whipped
them in Pittsburg, 6 to 0.
The Giants monotonously vanquished
the Phil in Philadelphia, 13 to 6. The
Dodgers ind Braves were idle.
In the American league the Athletics
took two games from the Red Sox, who
beat the Yanks twice in one day earlier
in the week. The Athletics won the
first 7 to 4 and the second 3 to 0.
The White Sox beat the Indians in
Chicago 9 to 8. There were no other
At Philadelphia K. H. E.
New tork 603 200 02O 13 16 0
Philadelphia .... 100 200 800 12 8
Batteries. Scott nd Snyder; Weinert, ii.
Smith, Wintera, Pinto and Henlina.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Chiceo 000- 00 000 0 6 1
Pittsbure 300 101 01 6 IS 0
Batteries Stcnland, Jonaa and Wirta;
Cooper and Schmidt.
At Cincinnati B. H. E.
St. Loais .001 002 012 8 10 8
CineinnaU . ,... 300 700 00 10 13 1
Batteries North. Barfoot and Ainaraith,
C lemons; Uixrj and Wingo.
At Boston (first game) R. H. E.
Philadelphia 400 100 011 7 13 3
Boston 000 040 000 4 11 8
Batteries Nay lor. and Parkina; Ferguson,
Karr and RueL
At Boaton (second game) R. H E.
Philadelphia 000 02O 001 3 8 1
Boston . . . 000 OOO 00O 0 4 0
Batteries Roaunell and Perkins; Pierecy
At Chicago R. H. E.
Olereland 801 101 Oil 0 8 12 1
Chicago 305 OOO 000 1 14 0
Batteries Morton . Winn and O'Neill; Faber,
Blankensbjp and SchaJk.
At Ies Moinet
R. H. E.1 R. 11. r.
Omaha.... 10 13 lDes lloinea. . . 18 3
Batteries Okria and Spencer ; -Cooper and
At Sioux City
R. H. B-l R. H. E.
Denver . 4 9 88ioat City... 2 6 0
Batteries Hull and Kilaullen; Wilson and
At Oklahoma City
R. H. E.1 R. H. E.
St. Joseph.. 3 10 j2Okla. City... 7 12 3
Batteries Horlik, Landeberg and Grobow
ski; Allen and Long.
R. H. E I R. H. E.
WichiU..... 3 8 ojTulsa 15 18 0
Batteries McDonaJd, O'Neill and Haley;
Boehier and Crosby.
Cincinnati, .Ohio, Sept 8. (I. N. S.)
Eddie "Rousch. star outfielder for the
Cincinnati Reds and former holdout
king. was suspended Indefinitely
Thursday by John A. Ileydler. presi
dent of the National league, for lan
guage which he used in a row with the
umpire overa decision on the diamond
Wednesday. Heydler's message to the
Club read :
"Rousch Indefinitely suspended for
bad language to umpire.
mechanically good, looks
fair, needs some work . .
this is a bargain . . . . V.
.J!ar -aL. a-
By George Bertx.
A HURRICANE finish but one that
cost the Beavers the services of
Sammy Hale for the next three or
four games enabled Portland to noee
out Los Angeles in the opening game
of the series Thursday, to 5.
Going into the ninth, the Beavers
were on the short end of a S to 2 count,
but they brought forth all their fight
ing spirit and staged a rally that had
all the attendant thrills.
With the bases loaded . and but one
run needed' to tie the count, Wallace,
one of "Red" Killefer'a youngsters,
was called upon to replace Nick Dumo
vich, who was getting hit hard. The
first ball pitched by Wallace bit Hale
on the side of the head and 'he sank
to the ground, while Pa ton walked over
the plate with the tying run. Hale
was semi-conscious and was carried
to the clubhouse where he regained
his senses, but waa still wobbly. -
Gressett, who had been hitless all
day, started the rally by beating out
a slow roller to Undimore. Sargent
followed with a screeching drive down
the third base line that bounded off
Deal's shins. -The handful of fans
began yelling for a homer from "Rip"
King, whose drive over the right field
fence in the fifth inning -was responsi
ble for Portland's tallies. King's best
effort was a pop-up. to Griggs.
PATON HITS SINGLE
Hazen Paton -was called upon to hit
for Crumpler, who had replaced Jim
Sullivan, one of the new faces in the
Beaver lineup, and Paton drove a
single to center field, scoring Gressett
and putting Sargent on third base.
Wolfer stepped into a fast one. but it
went on a straight line into Twombly's
McCann followed with a single to
left field, scoring Sargent and putting
Paton on second. Then came the big
break of the game. High hit a roller
toward right field and Lindimore
slipped in fielding the ball, filling the
sacks. Wallace was called upon to
pitch and the first ball he threw
struck Hale on the head. This forced
Paton over the plate with the tying
Figuring .that the accident would
unnerve Wallace, Killefer put Thomas
on the mound to pitch to Poole, but
Big Jim came through In the pinch
tzrith a hnnnini, Ko 1 1 n H r i a thirri H1t
which McAuley could not field, and !
McCann trotted over, the plate with
the winning run.
It was a signal victory for Jimmy
Middleton, who used excellent judg
ment in his managerial moves and
Big Walter McCredie, who waa a
spectator in the stands, did not stay
to see the finish.
SULLIVAN STARTS WELL
Sullivan started to pitch for the
Beavers, and save for the second in
ning when a trio of blngles gave the
Angels two rune, he looked like a good,
pitcher. -He was taken out In the
sixth inning when his pitching hand
was giving him some trouble aa the
result of attempting to stop a. hard
smash) "through the box. Crumpler
finished and received credit for the
victory. . .
Griggs' double. Twombly's single.
Rego's sacrifice and Carroll's out gave
the Angels their two tallies In the sec
ond. Lindimore followed with a hit
and Dumovich walked, but McCabe's
effort was pulled off the right field
fence by High.
Sargent's fumble. Rego's walk and
Carroll's single gave the Angles an
unearned run in the sixth, and Mc
Auley's walk. Deal's double and
Griggs Texas leaguer gave the visit
ors two In the seventh.
With the exception of three boots,
only one of which figured in the scor
ing, the Beavers played snappy balL
Three "' double plays '"were registered.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Twombly, rf .
Carroll. If . . .
Dn movie h, p .
. . .4
. . .4
. . . S
. . .4
. . .4
Was -Sale price
fair. . . . 250
... . ... . . 300
. . V . . . . 325
condition 325 -
ADAMSON'S AI) VENTURERS
Wolfer. cf 5 0 1 1 !0
McCann, aa 5 1 2 4 VS
High, rf 4 0 2 2 0
Hale. 8b 4 0 0 2 6
Poole, lb B 0 8 11 1
Gressett. If ......4 1 1 2 0
Sargent. 2b ...... 3 2 1 2 2
King, o 4 1 2 3 X)
SulUTan. p 2 0 0 0 U
Crumpler. p 1 0 0 0 O
tPaton 1 1 1 0
JColeman 0 0 0 0 O
Total 88 6 13 27 16
t Ratted for Crumpler In 6th. i
Ran for Hale in 9th.
Two out when winning ran scored..
SCORE BT INXIXG8
Los Angeles 020 .O01 200 5
Hits O30 Oil ZOl .8
Portland 000 020 004 : 6
Hits . 002 121 01 13
Inninas nitched By BulliTsa 5 2-8. by
thiraorieh 8 2-3, Wallaca fraction. "Credit ic
tnrj to Crumpler. Charge defeat to DianiOTich.
At eat Ofl SulUTan is, oil jjumonen as,
off Wallaca 0, off Thomas 1. Hits batted!
OJX SttlliTan , off DumoTich 12, off Wallse
0. off Thomas 1. Rnns scored Off 8nUian 3,
off Dumorich 6, off Wallace 0, off Thomas 1.
Rons responsible for Sulliran 2. Dumortch 6.
Crumpler 2, Wallace 0. Struck out B Dum
ortch 4. Crumpler 2. Bsms on baits Off
DumoTich 1. Sullivan 5, Crumpler 1; Wild
notches Snlliratn. Hit by pitched bail
Hale by Wallace. Home runs King. Two
base hits Griggs, King, McCann, Poole, Deal.
Sacrifice hita- Rego, DamoTich. Runs: batted
in Twombly. Carroll 2. King 2. Deal. iGrigga.
Paton. Double plays Hale to Poole; Sargent
to McCann to Poole; McCann to Sargent to
Hale. Time of game 2 hoars. . j .
SACEAMEKTO DEFEATS OAKS
JH OYERTIME ROW, t TO 1
Oakland, Cal., Sept. 8. The Senators
fought an eleven Inning; duel with the
Oaks Thursday, which ended fa the
vjfcitors winning 2 to t'
, AB. R. H. E
AB. R. H. E.
Mcflfn. 2b 5
Mariott. If 4 0 1 0
Bcub'kr, 3b 6
Mol'wz, lb B
Khee'n, ss S
Sca'le. If 5
Manger, 3b 4
'.. re. ss 2
Schang, c. 4
Fittery. p 4
Murpbj, rf 2
Wilie, rf . 4
Cither, 2b 5
Laf'yte. lb 5
Scbulta. ef 3
aa 5 0
Kremer. p. 3
Caffey, ef. 1
Artett, II. z
Knight. 4 1
tKrauae. . 1
Totals 40 2 12 2 Totals 43 1 12 0
Batted for Schulte in Sth. ;
t Batted for Kremer in 1 1 th. ' i
SCORE BT INNINGS
Sacramento 01 000 000 Oil 2
Hita .. ..022 124 110 02 12
Oakland 001 000 000 00 1
Hits 212 101 211 10 12
SUMMARY j (
Runs resDonsible for Kremer 2, Fittery 1.
Struck out By Kremer 3. Fittery 8. Hit by
nitfJutv Koehler. Stolen bases Wilie. Schult.
Three base hita Sheehan, Gather. Two base
hita Cather. Brubaker, McNeeley, MoHwita.
Sacrifica hita UcVeeley.. louble playlf Mc
Gaffigan to Pearca to Mollwiti. Time 2 hours.
(Jmpirea Finney and Eaaoq. j
SEALS SALLY IK HINTH
AND WIK Fj;OM SEATTLE
Seattle, Sept 8. Entering the ninth
two runs to the bad, the Seals :plled
up eight runs in that inning, winning
9 to 2. Score:
AH. R. H. K.
AB. B. H.
Kelly M... 4
Rhyne.ss. . 5
Telle.c ... 4
ScotM. . . 3
McWeeny, p 0
Orra. . . .
Hood Ab . . .
Barney ,cf ..
Oreg,p. . .
Jacobs.p . . .
Schorr. . .
I Spencw. .
o o; o
Totals.. 37 9 13
Totals.. 31 3.10 1
Batted for Scott in the mntn.
TBatted for J. Adams in ninth.
t Batted for Burger in ninth.
. SCORE BY INNINGS j
San Francisco 001 000 008
HiU 002 120 204 11
Seattle .-. 000 001 110 3
Hita 101 122 219 10
Innings pitched By - Gregg 8 1-8; at bat
12, hits ", runs 2 : by Jacobs 1 minus, at
nai i, niu x, runs z; oy aeon a, at bat 28.
hita 10., rnaa 3. Run resnonsibla for
Gregg 8, . Scant 3. Jacobs 2, Burger 5. Struck
y uragg i, oy aeon 1. oy ateweeny I.
Bases on. balia Off -Scott 2, ff Gregg 2,
off Jacobs 1, off Burger 1, .off McWeeny 1.
W fld . pitch r Gregg. Stolen base Kamm.
Home ran Ellisom. Threeba hit. Kldred.
Two-base hit Kelly, YeUe. Rserifica feit-'-Orr.
J.- Ariams. Lane, Barney. Double plays
Hood nmaaitted; Rhyna to Ellison; Kamm to
r.insnai... i .
JESS TOTXE TJSES BBTJSH I .
OS SALT, LAKE SEES. 4 TO
Los ' Angeles. Sept..: 8. Jess Doyle
Dianicea tne salt liaU Beat, 4 to 0, In
the) third game dt the aeries Thurnday:
SALT. LAKE 1
" YERNON f V
- ' AB. R. H. K.
8ilin.2b.- 4 0 10
Vitt.3b..w 4- 1 e
WuhotCU. 4 0 9 0
AB. R, H. E.
ChadTjne.cf 4 11 0
Hawks. If. . 3 0 10
amita.8b.. 4 8: 4
Strand.rf. 4 8 1 0i
Bode.rf . . z 1
Schiok.cf. 3 0 0
rMca'n.lb 2 . 0
Bya.. . ... 3 2 0
Taarstoaja 3 0 O
Hyatt.lb. . 4 0 3 0
Murphy;.. 4 0 0 0
French, ss. . 8 O 2 0
Zeidex.2b. ..2 0 0 O
Doyiej.. .. ' O 0 a
..1,' 9 '0 .t
.".80 "5" S7! '
'Totala..30 8 ' 0 Totala. .20 4 12 0
- ".Batted foe Thurston in tha ainth. i
- i "SCOR BT INNINGS '- r
. Hita . .-,
OOO OOO 000 0
1 . ' X t 000 023 5-
...... 201 Q90 01 4
. , . . . 3 IS 121; 02 12
. " SUMMARY : ,1
Bona ' lewomihle for Thurston 2. Struck
oat Br Doyla 4. Baaea en, baiij Off ; Doyle
1. - Two-bus hits Smith. Hyatt. Siglnv Sac-
riflea Bits Maws a. ZeMier. Doable
Cnadboum to XVesder to Hyatt. WUaoit Us Sand
to Sighja. Titt to ByWr te Sign te Thuxstoa
But 'Traiffic Went the Wrong
To Meet White
New York, Sept. 8. (I. N. "S.)
Benny Leonard, world's lightweight
champion, was matched Thursday
to meet Charley White of Chicago ', in
a 12-r'ound bout at Boyles' Thirty Acres
at Jersey City, October 2. The bout
will be a no-decision affair, as no de
cisions can be give nunder ,tho New
Jersey boxing rules. The men w.il
weigh in at 135 pounds.
Gei io the '
hsmni: nf iMs
LlGGKTT & M TZU TOBACCO Co.
By O. Jacobsson
Maul; Bloom Wins
(By Unirersal Seryice)
New York, Sept. 8. At the. end of a
12-round mauling affair with spas
modic attempts at long-range boxing,
Phil, Bloom Thursday was awarded the
decision over William Harmon, both
. , .
San Francisco will have, a
soccer football league this .all.
JJ JhltCk X HroMH IaiU
" ' ' ' sasj,
Six-Meter Sloops to Meet '
Ka :'i-''T'' YiY-Y:f'-i' ; :.;?;;;J. ii:; -
In International E v e n t s
. By Lawreae Ferry 1
' - - (Copyright. 1822)
TVTKVV TORK. Sept. 8. Skimming with
L bird -like grace beforo tbo south,
eriy winds that rumpled the waters
of Long Island sound today, the) four
British and four .American - six -meter
aloopa. which on Saturday will bo
ffin a er!s of six-team races for the
possession of the British-American cup.
went through their final tuning up
processes. r ,-';.
It will be ; recalled that tho first
series for this trophy sailed In England
last year was won by the English
yachtsmen who had not only the ad
vantage of local conditions but were
sailing against American crafts, whose
designers were not too familiar with
the British rules of measurement un
der which the two sets of craft were
This time such handicap as is ap
plied in familiarity with home waters
will be against the British. The
Americans also had hoped that upon
this occasion the British boats would
be built under the American measure
ment rule, but conditions on the other
side prevented this so our - yachtsmen
magnanimously agreed to waive the
agreement in this respect and again
our single stickers were . designed and
built in accordance with the British
The present fleet of six-meter racers
combined beauty and wholesomeness.
They orange on the water line from
two to 23 feet. Their masts must not
exceed in length 20 feet over the water
length of the sloop while the sail area
varies from 475 to 800 feet The prob
PACiriO COA8T LKAQUE
W. U Pet I W.
Vernon ..100 89 .020 Seattle. . . 70 80 .440
L. Angeles 01 88 .672 Sacramento 02 07-.S90
Salt Lake. 78 84 .475lPortland. . 81 .889
W. L. Pet
New York 77 B3 .597
Pittsburg. 78 68 .687
Cincinnati 73 00 .849
St. Louis. 71 00 .642
W. L. Pet.
71 1 .688
06 08 .489
. 47 82 .804
40 83 .357
Boaton . .
, AMERICAN LEAOUC
W. I. Pct" ' W. L, Pet
St. Lonia 81 64 .600CleTeland. 66 88 .498
New York 79 63 .698 Washington 60 71 .468
Detroit... 71 08 .580 Philada. . . 66 74 .481
Chicago. . 08 66 .607 Boston. . . 62 80 .894
Chiefly it's; a matter of
and gies'of tobaccos, used;
The extra enjoyment you
get from , Chesterfieldkjs
due to just that thmg finer
in any odier cigirette at the
The good taste of your first -Chesterfield
will prove'it. J
JLrWtseV. :vKin.. , Y" ' '
lem which - the- designers of the', two
countries' face are - to harmonise all
factors, such as water line, quarter
beam. sU area, and! the like so that
the racers will ate six meters 19.68 '
feet and at the same time attain top
notch under all sailing conditions.
TEAM PAIRS OFF i V: t ' Y
The American club which'" stands
sponsor for the class is the Corinthian
Yacht Club of Oyster Bay. while Brit- "
Ish dubs associated in this very
sportsmanlike enterprise -are the
Royel' Yacht squadron. The Royal
Victoria, London and the Royal
Thames -Tacht clubs. American
yachtsmen built, four sloops as can
didates for the honor of meeting tho
British this year; and the four selected
were the . Brebe. owned and sailed by
R. DeB. Hoffman; the Clytie. owned
and, sailed by H. B. Plant; the Lea,
owned by J. F. Bermingham and sailed
by Sherman Hoyt. and the L'Efiprit,
owned by W. H Chtlds and sailed by
Butler Whiting. The British boats
are the Reg, X. Clark NeilU owner;
Jean, Sir John Ward, owner; T. Coila
Third, owned by F. J. Stephen, ' and'
the Caryl, -owned by N. F. Robertson.
- The eight yachts will sail as two
teams, four on each aide. No single
yacht will receive a prise, the whole
idea being team. work. - A yacht is
credited with one point for each yacht
it defeats and one point for starting
provided it finishes the race. Thus
the first yacht that finishes the 12
mile triangle or windward and leeward
course gets eight points, the second,
seven and so on. - The whole idea is
very Interesting and frequently ob-.
servers see yachts paired off lighting
out duels all over the course.
New York, Sept 8. Sam T. Tolon,
the Cuban boxing promoter, today
signed World's Welterweight Champi
on Jacg Britton and. Jimmy Kelly ot
this city for a 12-round bout for the
title in Havana on October 10. .
DR. C. L. HAYNES
"GUasea That Fit" Koi Better
Prices Very Reasonable
OYKBt ROBERTS BROTHERS
Third aao Uerrison
te lau, TDagatcgi vo ; ?. r . ,.
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