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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1921.
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KEARNS WILL DIRECT
DEMPSEY'S PLAN OF
BATTLE IN THE RING
Home Runs Can't Help Connie
BY KID MEKCEIt
(Written for International New Ser
vice.) ATLANTA C1TV. June 17. A few
words with Jack Kearns, managing
director of DempNey & Co. mny not be
amiss at thin time.
Dempitey himself Ih not given tri Ih.
cuKslon of hi chances with Mona.
(leorges Cuipentlcr, the. leaping fro.
He will talk about anything elae, but
only Kearna knows wlmt the champion
Ifaly thlnka of the vaunted punches
hi opponent la supposed to he perfect,
Kearna knowa, but he hurt telling.
However, he haa made a study of every
angle of thla fiKht, Make no mistake
about It, Denipsey haa a amurt, fore
sighted manager. It la Kearna who
"will direct the plan of battle for Demp-,
ey after the men enter the ring.
Thought loquacious on many aub.
Jecta, Kearna la not given to lengthy
public diacuaHiona of the fight. Hut
once In a while when he gets In the
mood and Ih surrounded by a few
frlenda he cuta InoBe, and then you
realize that he hna given (he mutter
deeper thought than any of the hlgh
Seated In a group of congeninl com.
panlnn In one of the cufea here,
Ixrnpwy'a manager expounded some
of hla views, and they carry weight.
Th dlacuaalon atarted when Kred
I'erry brought Colonel .Inmea McAu-
llfi'e over to the table and Introduced
him to Kearna.
Colonel McAuliffe haa been n globe
trotter for many years. lie knows the
capitals of Knrope an well as the
American cities; he ik us much ut home
In Paris us In New York. '
"I am very pleased to meet you, Mr.
Kenrna," suld the colonel, because 1
feel that I huve a greater Interest In
next month's affair than the average
boxing fans. I have seen Cur-pnnt-HHAY
In nearly every one of his ring
battles both in France and Kngland
and after looking at Dempaey to-day
I honestly don't believe the French
man stands a ghost of a show."
"What must be look out for?"
queried Kearna, who Is keen for such
IM-mpM'V Vol ii Sllll Target
"Nothing hut' that leap and a left,"
replied the Colonel.
"I saw Cur-pont-HllAY fight Klaus.
Smith, Jeannette, Ileckett, Wells,
I'apke and others, and I must say that
f never saw him adopt the same open
ing tactics In any fight. Yet while I
ndmlre him as a man, I honestly think
he has never whipped a real good man.
Of course he can hit, but Denipsey is
not going to stand still nnd offer hlm
relf as a target, is he?"
"I should say not," replied Kearna.
"All we want is for this fellow to come
tearing In. If he does I don't think
the flcht will Inst a round. And yet 1
Home runa haven't been doing Connie Mack much good. Ilia Ath
IsU'ji are second to the New York Yankee tn home runa, Tet the Mack-'
mn are In the cellar, while New York la fighting for first place. All of
which proves that bomv runs don't alwaya win ball games.
kind of hope it will go three or four
rounds so that people cjiu see li
Dempsev has Improved since he top
pled Wlilard. I claim Jj- is the hard
est hitlimr heavyweight of modern
times. I don't believe that Fitzsim
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, (l '"Jr ytXArilNAD0X5
stood long before him. If we only hart
Jeffries back where he was twenty
years ago! Hoy what a fight he and
Hempsey would make.
The Colonel rambled on.
"t'ar-pont-SllA V is fast." he said,
"and you know he can hit by the way
hf stopped Beckett. Hut that fight
was over before it began. Ileckett, a
slnw-movlna fellow, was out maneuver
ed. He thought the first round would
be devoted to sparring, was slow In
gt-ltinif his dukes up. utterly unpre
pared for a rush and went out fin two
"Tupke was going down hill rapidly
I when he met the French champion,
i Joe Jcanette was a veteran. Wells a
. glass-Jawed fishier and so on down
J the line. The Frenchman has not test-
ed himself out on a real fighter since
the war and I'm afraid his admirers
t iire going to be horribly disappointed
I in Ivm."
The Champ's Weighty Punch
Kearns sat a moment In deep
I thought. He appeared to be vlsualiz
i Ing that first round on July 2. Then
I "There isn't a man living to-day,"
I he bean. "who can begin to hit as
hard as lempsey. Why, he can hard
ly pull hts punches when he spnrs.
Hid you see him knocking that sixty- j
pound has? around today with Teddy
i Haves riding it? I tell you he is us
I strong as a bull, loose and fast. If we
I had an apparatus for testing the
weight of blows I would bet my Inter
est in the fluht that Demiwey, on his
toes and without rushing, can hit as
hard with his right as Carpentler can
after one of his rushes and springs.
"I understand from some of the
newspaper boys that the Frenchman
.ponds a bit of time hopping across
the ring nnd hitting the ring posts as
he lands. They say he is very accu
rate. Hut Uempsey won t he stunning
there like a ring post, take it from me,
"We will lie prepared for anything
in the first round. Jack would like
j nothing better than to have his man
i come tearing in. If he shoots a right,
! watch Pempsey get inside and hook
! with his left. And if he comes with
.1 left, watch Denipsey a straight rignt.
You know what he can put behind It.
"Jack may not be us limber-legged
ami he isn't as flashy a rope skipper
or bag puncher as Carpentler. hut he
will lie faster and stronger on July Z
than hp ever was before. I alwuy
was a great admirer of Jeffries, but 1
honestly think Dempaey is as strong
at- Jeff ever was, and much faster."
"What about i him 'taking it?" "
spoke up one of the party.
"I'm glad you asked me about
that." replied Kearns. "Aside from i
his early fights Denipsey hasn't had
to take many hard blows. He claims j
Ihnt the Darby punch was the one that
i;unhout Smith landed on him. The
Uunnor could sock in those days. 11c
planted that right ,on Denipsey, but
couldn't floor him. Carl Morris also
hit h'm hard, and Morris was a giant.
"Hill Brennan? Well, throw out that
fight, liven so. lirennan landed some
good hlows but never had the champ
it hma to
lunch, hao a
It make ,
Who Will Win
the Big Fight?
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Hays I G. Ingoldsby, boxing editor
Evening N'ews, 8alem, Mass.:
CJ. Who ill win, Denipsey or far
pen tier? !
.. Ueiniwcy. . !
Q. How many rounds will the fight i
-. Three rounds. - j
Q. Should two judges act vith the j
A. So. SN
l Should champions be coiiielled
to defend titles every six months?
A. Yes, if suitable Kiiii'iitH are
Q. Khould Jess Willard be given n
return match with Denipsey?
A. Xo. lie is too old. .
Q. Who do you think tire suitable
challengers for the title held by
Iempsey? How about flilibons, liren
nan. Grcb. Fulton, etc.?
A. None will do.
General remarks Fighters are paid
Pays T. U. ("Speed") Fvnns. Sport
ing Kditor of the .Vews, San Dedrp,
Q. Who will win the big fight?
. . A. Ikmpsey.
Q. How many rounds will the fight
A. .lust long enough for IH-mpsey
to r,et ihe IWnchman whore lie can't
ral bit font.
Q Who should be the referee?
A. slml'.'e Ijindls.
O. Should two iudges act with the
A. .No, Six men should assist the
Q. Should champions defend titles
every s'x months?
A. 4ftener If the crop of contend
ers ts worthy enough.
Q. Should Jess Willard be given n
A. Should hokii ami eggs advance
Pays K. B. Orandull, sporting editor
of the News. Charlotte. N C:
Q. Who will win, Dcmpsey or Oar
pentier? A, Dc-mpsey.
(J. How many rounds will the fiplit
A. Twelve n,. less.
O Wli,. la" Hi l.t t, referee I u
A. Hnttliiur XcWnti.
j Q. Should two judges act with the
A. Xo. I
Q. Should champions be compelled ;
to defend titles every six months?
Q. Should Jess Willard be given n
return match with Denipsey? j
i Who do you think are suitable
challengers for the title held by Demp
sey? How about Gibbons, Hrennan,
jGreb, Fulton, etc.?
A. Fulton, l;minan.
the seventh with two men on when
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WKXT 12 IXXIXCiS.
SEATTLE, June IT. A. P.) Se
attle won 3 to 2 an exciting 12-lnning
game, the second of the series with
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In the winning run for the home team.
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ISM ANGELES, Juna 17. (A. P.)
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OAKLAND. Cal.. June 17. (A I'.)
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