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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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EDDIE HAS BOXED 'EM BOTH; AND
HERE IS HIS INSIDE DOPE ON IT
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CIIICAOO, Juna 12. Kddle Mc
Ooorty has boxed both of 'em, and
Kddlo says Dorapsoy carries bli cola
In the Jersey, City fracas with Car
peitler July J.
MrOoorty prepared Carpentler for
that woll-rcmembered battlo with
Joe neekelt In 118, which Gcorgci
won In ono round.
"He U wonderfully fast;" MeOoor
tyjaiya ot Carpntler, "and ke eeee
rsrythtno and la quick, to learn.
Ala; he la a good porfecter of rlnjc
"very new method ke trlea he
puts apeed Into."
While MeOoorty wm stationed at
Camp Grant In the war period,, he
ot a lino on Dompsoy, Alto be
came Into Chicago for dally work
outi with tho champion.
"I took aomo of Jack's hardest
wallops," he says. "I had a lot ot
respect for his punching power eren
before he toppled Wlllard.
"White I was with' Carpentler .1
thought I could beat the French
man. I eren tried to get match
"nut I neyer had the notion I
could beat Dompsoy. He bits too
hard. If Doropsey doesn't knock
McOoorty was -with Carpentler In Carpentler out In a few rounds I'll
his French training camp for sev be surprised."
Tho fans who had tholr curlonlty
aronecd regarding tho outcome ot tho
city raguo games Hunday havo but
forty-eight hours to wait to seo what
the managers and playeia bare in
atore for them and If tho predictions
come truo to form, thoro will be four
winners In tho two contests staged
Two time two may bo four In
mathematics but the sporting editor
cannot figure by calculus, trlgonome
try, mochanlrs or plain eroryday pen
cil figures how two sett ot teams can
play only two games, yot havo four
victories each team a victor. (This
way out to tho funny factory at 81
cm plcuso.) Kach manager of tho so
parato loams declares that his aggre
gation has tho gamo already safely
tucked away In his vest pockot and
tho other fellows am just "kidding
tho writer." Such coif confidence was
nevor exhibited In tho previous games
and tho fover has taken hold on tho
Such confidence and faith oxhlblt
od so far boforo tho games certainly
must mean that aomo radical changes
havo taken placo In tho lineups of tho
roapnctlvn nnplrants for league load-
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Cnrpentler loves nature, they aay. "He plucks .Bowers at
vary day. But who's going to win the nght, anyway!
Say, now. llston, Monsieur Qeorgrs, this ain't any prlvato scrap,
Hut a fight that pooplo talk of all around the blooming map;
Don't you bm they're Interested, doping out who'll win the fray,
And thoy want to look you over Ifl friendly sort of wayt
Why, old man, whon first you landed everybody wished you luck,
Kvorybody booitod for you, praised your courago and your pluck;
Hut this barbed-wlro fencing business and this secret training stuff
Sort ot makes tho pooplo poovlsh, and they, show It plain enough!
tiook horo, Georges wo won't blto you but we'd llko a chance to know
Just a llttlo moro about you and the goods you have to show;
Lot us soo you box a trifle In a semi-public spot,
It's not wfite to chase reporters and the fight fans off tho lot;
Let us got an oyefull, Ooorgos, tell Dcscamps bis waya aro -wrong,
All this mystery and illenco doesn't please a Yankee throng;
Toko a Tip from Dempsoy'a outfit, 'giro a welcome to tho mob,
Then we'll know that you aro human, tben we'll know you're on the Job.
Truo, you'ro very shy and modest but you're famous, Just the game
Wo oxpect you In tho spotlight, and you'd better play tho game;
You'vo got many frlondly boosters, but their Joy is not Intenso
When you do your "work In socret, shut oft by a ten-foot fence.
Listen, Georges, bore's our counsel don't keep people In tho dark,
Writo a "Welcome" on the doormat ot your pleasant training park;
aire 'tho fans a chanco to see you that's a better, wiser plan
And yon'll bear them chcorlng for you as a "First-class fighting man."
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ers and whllo tho Jewels bavo n safe
lead, stilt the holders ot the bottom
row say that tho Herald can soon
placo their numo at tho top of tho
laddor. Tho I'lumbobs aro firm In
tholr statements that nothing short
of a team of Dabo Ituthi and Ty
Cobhs can gain mastery over their
ball swatters. Kron If tho log huskers
did go out In tho bushes and scans a
years' growth oft of Donanxa last
Hunday tho I'lumbobs are "Tho
I'lumbobs" and Invincible. On tho
other hand, tho captain of the
hwaunaa assured tho writer that
"confidentially speaking, tho Jewels
would certainly fall before tho Cop-
cos and Iota not discuss tho
I'lumbobs, they know already that
the game Is all ovor and our team has
won." One of the Copcoa cited the
fact that Manager Posplail se his
gaaollno buggy lato yesterday after
noon scouring tho bushes for mater
ial to use against the power aggre
gation and that the pearl divers were
a badly scared outfit.
As tho hours grow closer to tho
events tho 'chin music" grows strong
er and even tho fans, while they
laugh over tho statements of tho team
managon, senio that all is not well
In baseball row and that tho plot has
thickened so that an Investigation
muit.bo modo by observation Sunday
of "the renewed phonoms of the
Klamath Falls loaguo at Modoc
Tho first gamo will be called at j
1:30 o'clock when tho I'lumbobn vie
7 Innings with tho Ewaunas, and at
3:30 o'clock tho Copcos will try out
tho league leaders, tho Jewels' for an
other 7 Inning game. The line up for
tho teams In Sunday's games Is as
O Montgomery, Ted
reads like this: "Twinkle, twinkle,
little star, you'ro the only one who
TesJIy knows, where our husbands
aro." Now tho Plumbobs are coax
ing tbo city league managers to
cancel their gavo with tho Ewaunas
and tako on the Jewels instead. '
Flyweight Anderson was a spec
tator at Dreamland yesterday after
noon, giving Dabe Dlue the "once
over." Anderson Is getting point
ers how to dispose ot his opponent,
"Dlffy" Dlehn. on July 4.
Wouldn't It be funny If the Cop-
cos bad n real downright thriller
stored up for the haughty Jewels
H'indayT If the Copcos do slip
something over, our advice H to the
single men eat cheese and crack
era on the grocery' store steps, for
the word "service" will sure mean
well, you know, a toothpick and n
chanco to get thrown out in Main
street it you go Into any ot the
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the ocean floor is entirely devoid of
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SEMI-FINAL 6 ROUNDS
JACK BURNS v.. DYNAMITE MURPHY
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PRELIMINARY 4 ROUNDS
TOUGHY ANDERSON . KID BIEHN
of Klamath FalU of Hamad. Falla
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