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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 1916.
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TRY SALEM FIRST
ALMM ('OMWHCMI OLU
CHENEY KNOCKED OUT
IN THEJHIRD ROUND
Kilbane Catches Opponent
with Right Hook to Jaw
and Its All Over
Cedar Point, Ohio, Sept. 4. Johnny
Kilbane of Cleveland this afternoon
successfully defended his title as
fetherweight champion of the world by
knocking out Chaney in the third
round of a scheduled fifteen round
fight. At no time was Kilbane in
danger. He stepped around the chal
lenger playing his left upon his face
constantly, Chaney became wery but
as he stepped in in the third round Kil
bane whipped a right to the jaw and
Knocked him cold.
The crowd swarmed into tho ring and
gathered around Kilbane and Chaney.
Chaney insisted he was not out, but
Hinkel called him out. His eyes were
glazed and he was limp as a rag when
The Fight by Bounds.
They fiddled around after a few ex
changes of blows. After clinching,
Kilbane sent a light left to the face
and his thumb stuck through the glove.
' Time w as called while a new glove was
put on Kilbane 'a hand. Tho bell rang
Kilbane led with a half dozen rapid
right and left jabs to the face. Chaney
covered up and then let loose a right
swing to Johnny's face. Chaney got a
tinging short uppercut to Kilbane 's
jaw and the champion countered with
a right to Chaney's ribs. They
clinched as the bell rang.. Even round.
Chaney came from his corner covered
up. As he dropped his hands for a
moment Kilbane jabbed his nose with
a left. The champion kept jabbing his
left to Chaney's face and stepped
away from Chaney 's left. Chancy snot
a left to Kilbane 's face. Kilbane jab
bed Chaney twice in the face without
a return. Chaney swung a left to the
chest. Chaney swung for Kilbane 's
head and slipped to the floor. When
he got to his feet Kilbane swung with
right cross to the jaw. Kilbane 's
round by slight margin.
Kilbane came slowlv from his comer
and met Chaney's rush with a straight
punch to the nose. Chaney was using
his left almost entirely first, in an up
percut, then in a wild swing. Chaney
tapped Kilbane in the ribs with a short
left. This round ended the fight sud-
denly when Kilbane caught Chaney un
der the jaw with a left. Chaney was
counted out by Referee Matt Hinkel as
the crowd roared its approval.
To many it looked aa though a left
to the jaw had done the work, but ac
cording to Hinkel a left to the heart
and a right cross to the jaw that
tiaveled about six inches, did the work.
Kilbane caught Chaney with a left to
the jaw before Chaney slipped into
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Watching the Scoreboard
(Continued from Fags One.)
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. I Fct.
Los Angeles 83 til .576
Vernon 8" 64 .576
San Francisco 7fi 74 .507
Salt Lake 71 70 .503
Portland 63 73 .4(13
Oakland ...... 57 95 .375
At Vaughn street Portland 8-7, Los
At San Francisco San Francisco 2-0,
Salt Lake 1-.
At Los Angeles Oakland 5-1, Ver
Southworth also homed. Ho knocked
three home runs in fact, two in the
first game and one in the second.
They had a homer in San Francisco,
also, when Bunny Brief of the Saints
poled a hot drive into a rat hole under
tho clubhouso in the tenth.
Salt Lake had the game won before
they found tho ball. Eriekson grabbed
the morning game for San Francisco
with his curves. Bees hit him only
Fromme was wild in the morning at
Vernon and Oakland at last took one
from the Bengals.
The Tigers came back in the after
noon when Mitchell won a pitching bat
tle from Burns.
Yesterday 's big league hero was Red
i Faber. Pitching for Chicago, I obcr al
lowed the Browns only tnreo nits ana
won his game 1 to 0.
tVeilman, doing the slab work for St.
Louis, chucked the ball into center
field with a man on second for the only
run scored. ,
Cobb and Speaker met in a slugging
duel and the Georgian had a big edge.
Tris hammered out a pair of two base
blows while Cobb connected for three
singles and a double.
The Tigers treated two Cleveland
pitchers with very little respect, ham
mering them for ten blows and quintet
Mysterious Pains and Aches
Make Life Hard to Bear For Many
Too many women mistake their pains
and aches for troubles peuliar to the
sex. More often disordered kidneys are
causing the aching back, dizzy spells,
headaches and irregular urination.
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a lonely road in Von Courtland Park
here last night took on the elements
of an even more battling mystery when
word came from Kansas City that six
relatives of the dead man met violent
deaths within the last few years.
The police are as yet undetermined
whether to regard this as possible indi
cation of a feud of long standing or
merely a coincidence. Mary Mcfmf,
the pretty young woman who was with
Diiworth when he was killed is now at
ber home in a state of collapse. She
repeated her story today of two men,
tneir nets pulled down over their faces,
stepping from the brush alongside the
road, ordering Diiworth to throw ud
his hands and then shooting him as he
gave a snow or resistance.
Miss McNiff is hardly five feet tall.
She said she met Diiworth three years
ago when she went into business for
herself and he negotiated some papers
for her. She said it was only by chance
that she was alone with the attorney
last night. He telephoned the apart
ment -of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Corwin
where she lived asking that the Cor
wins and Miss McNiff go with him fof
an automobile ride, the young woman
said. Mrs. Corwin was out of town,
she said, and as Corwin was ill, she con
sented to go with Diiworth alone.
Could Not Recognize Men.
In an interview this afternoon Miss
McNiff denied stopping at two uptown
restaurants with Diiworth as first re
ported. She told of their starting bnck
home, of Diiworth turning into the golf
links road, known as "Lover's Lane,"
in order to turn the car around and then
of two men stepping out and levelling
guns at them.
As police were searching for suspects
in the shooting early today they came
upon another young man and womau
Bested in an automobile near the scene
of Diiworth 's murder. They were bad
ly flustered when told of their proxim
ity to the killing.
"I coul.l not see the faces of the men
who shot Mr. Diiworth," Miss McNiff
said today. "They had their caps pulled
down over their eyes. Both were about
five feet four inches in height and"
spoke good English. I think five shots
must have been fired. One of the men
warned me not to make any noise and
pointed a gun at me."
JOHNSTON BEAT LINDLEY.
Forest Hills, I I, Sept. 4. William
Johnston will defend his national ten
is titlo against H. Norris Williams II
in the finals of tho national tennis
Johnston this afternoon beat Robert
Lindley Murray 6 2, 63 and 6 1,
after Williams had eliminated Clurenee
J. Griffin 63, 63 and 63.
Mrs. Sarah Yodcr returned to her
home in Portland last Tuesday after
noon arter spending several days at
the home of her brother Z. Yoder, east
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PRIZE JF BATTLE
Welsh and White Meet In 20-
Ronnd GoGreat Crowd
The Club Hundred Million
Dollar Club of Colorado Springs;
laddie Pitts, president.
The stakes Freddie Welsh
$12,500 with privilege of fifty
per cent of all over $27,000 and
51 per cent of motion picture
rights; $1,000 training expenses.
Charley White $4,500.
.. Arcnaj accommodations
Seats 14,240. Possible receipts
$80,912; estimated sale 8,000.
Probably receipts $37,000.
Fight officials Billy Roche,
New York, referee. Timekeener ak
Billy Reilley, Colorado Springs
oiliciai). for Welsh, Bob Ver-
non, New York. For White,
Johnny Kenney, Denver.
Time Preliminaries start 2
p. m. Main bout 3:30 p. m.
Held Title Two Years
Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 4 Two
yenrs ago in Greater London. Freddie
Welsh of Pontypridd, Wales, wrested
the lightweight championship of tho
world from Willie Ritchie, an Ameri
Today before these westerners he de
fended it against an American in what
is called "Littlo Lunnon" this moun
tain resort of Colorado Springs, and
for the first time since he won the title
Welsh is booked to travel the twenty
round route mith Challenger Charley
Probably never was a chamnionshii)
battle fought in such quaint and pic
Tho gigantic arena which has been
splendidly erected for the fight rests
in a grass grown nonow rour Dlocks
from the center of the town. To the
east stretches for miles and miles sun
burned prairie, while to the west, in
all its stupendous glory, rises Pikes
reak, a neap of brown granite. Far
up on its tip a white ring of snow can
ne seen, liclow to the west is the eon
tinental divide, swathed in snow, and
across which a western breeze gently
The Fight Bugs There
In this poetic setting thousands of
fight bugs gathered today, every one
an aumority, every one a cntie, shout
ing mind bets, predicting this, predict
ing that and every other possible event
c I. : i i . . i ' ... .
ciiuiuiMuiiuip umtie. i ne oniy
thing universially believed is that
when Freddie Welsh and Charley White
sail in there null be a fight. This Is
based upon the frank arrangement of
the fighters anil their managers to bar
nothing in the method of fighting. The
only restriction placed upon the cham
pion and his opponent is that which
will prevent holding and hitting. Ev
ery thing else goes blows in the break,
kidney punches, clinch milling and
what not of fighting tricks. Every
thing's fair above the belt.
Referee Billy Roche's announcement
that the decision, if the fight goes
the full twenty rounds, will be itiven
on points, also was well received.
"The first round counts as nincn as
tho last," said Roche. "A flash fin-1
sh by either man will count no morel
in the summary than sturdy battling in
we eariy rounds."
Welsh Is Favorite
Welsh men declare White backers
want unreasonable odds. It is pointed
out that the only possible way White
can win is by a knockout and the
White men are asking 3 to 1. Tiiis,
tho Welsh men ssy, is simply a 3 to 1
that Welsh wins. Those bets that
have been made are mostly at figures
of 5 to 4 thut Welsh wins.
Welsh and Whito weighed in at 9
a. m., both making the stipulated
weight, 135 pounds, Welsh barely tip
ped the beam, while White scaled l'i'i'j
Statements of the fighters:
Welsh and vthite gave the following;
statements to the United Press this'
morning after they were officially
weighted in at 9 a. n(. '
Freddie Welsh, world's ligiitwcight'
chumpion "1 think I stand in better
condition today to win from White
.than in either of our three former bat
tles. I am in good trim, feel great and
bear no uneasiness regarding the re
sult. 1 do not underestimate my oppo
nene. 1 realize that the battle will be
hard but 1 think I can beat him easi
ly i. ml perhaps stop him."
Charloy White, challenger-" No man
who ever fought a ring battle could
possibly have felt better than I do
today. I have trained hard for many
weeks in the belief that I will take
the title from Welsh and I intend to
do it today. I think my rhance has
come to bring the title back to Amer
ica and I 'm sure Welsh is due to be
beaten. That's all. I'm not afraid of
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poundiag kidneys wltb right. Most of
the fighting has been in White's corner.
Hoc he broke them from a clinch for the
first time. The men were still clinched
at the bell. It was a slow round.
Round 4 The men rushed to another
clinch at the start of the round. After
the break White missed his left hook
to head. White put right over heart.
Welsh covered up and rushed head down
into a clinch. Welsh jubbed left to
face. White backed Welsh against the
ropes, sending right and left to body.
In a clinch the men swapped rights over
kidneys. Welsh missed a left to head.
White missed a hard right swing to jaw.
Welsh shot left to face and then rushed I
to a clinch and they wrestfed along the
ropes, swapping body punches. They
ncin cuucueu hi iuc uen, auuiiq even.
Bound 5 The fight was a very slow
one so far. Welsh missed two left leads
eisn snot two lens to nony ana tney
clinched and wrestled, Whito blocking
left drives for body. White jabbed left i
to nose, welsh shot left to stomach.
In a clinch White put a right to body.
Welsh keeping up his kidney pounding
in clinches. Welsh broke away and did
a littlo tangoing around for the first
time in the fight. White backed
Welsh to ropes and hooked a hard right
to ear. Welsh during practically all
tne tignting nas kept bis back to tno
sun. Round even. I
Hound 6 Welsh led with hard right
to face and the men rushed into anoth-j
er ciincn. nnue put two rignts over
kidneys. Welsh hung on in the clinch
and White attempted to throw him off,
Roche finally breaking them. White
backed Welsh to ropes and shot two
hard rights to stomach and a left to
head without return. Welsh sent left
to face. White jabbed left to face and
in a clinch Whito-upparcutted-to jaw
with right. Whito put a left jab to
ear and Welsh shot left to face. White
sent two lefts to body and right to
head. They were in a clinch at the
bell. Round even.
Bound 7 White shot left to face.
The men fell into a clinch. White put
three lights to stomach, Welsh pounding
kidneys with right. After the break
Welsh lunded left to face and White
shot hard left to stomach, Welsh sent
lefts to body without return. White
put a. left jab to jaw and another
clinch resulted. Welsh began leaping
at nis opponent and tnen sent left jab
to face. White missed a hard right
swing, Weish ducking under. Welsh
shot left stright to stomach and in a
clinch the men exchanged right and
left to body, llicy were sparring at
the bell. Round even. - i
Bound 8White rushed "Welsh to
ropes, driving left to stomnch. Anoth
er clinch followed, Welsh swinging
right over kidneys and Whito pluying
for head. After the break Welsh Bhot
straight left to nose. They clinched,
White continuing his kidney punching.
Welsh ducked under a left hook. Welsh
jabbed two lefts to face without re
turn. Welsh repeated with left to face
ami jumped into a clinch. Welsh block
ed all White's efforts at a return. In
a clinch White uppercut with left and
right. They were clinched and wrest
ling and didn't hear the gong until
the refereo broke them. Welsh's round.
Bound 9 Welsh jubbed left to fuce
nml rotuintorl n mnmi.nl Inlnr anil lilnck.
ed White's return. White missed a vie-'
ious right for the jaw and ducked into
a clinch. White uppercut to jaw with
left and repeated with right a moment
later. White missed left to jaw. Welsh
shot a left to face and two lefts to
body without a return.. In a clinch they
wrestled around, White uppercutting
with left to juw. White shut a left to
body as Welsh jumped in with a left
to face. They were clinched at the bell.
Bound 10 The men jumped into a
clinch immediately. White put right to
face. Welsh shot two lefts to body.
White scored with two hard rights to
the body. Welsh jabbed face with left.
White uppercut right to stomach, fol
lowed with a right to head. White put
hard left to stomach. Welsh shot a
straight left to the stomach and in a
clinch White uppercut again with right
to the body. White repeatedly attempt
ed a left to the body, but Welsh block
ed the blow. Welsh shot a left jab to
the face. Bell. Kven round.
Bound 11 Welsh blocked a hard left
fof the body. White and Welsh ex
changed lefts to the face and another
clinch followed. White surprised Welsh
with a quick left jab to the face. Welsh
ducked away from a left hook, then
jabbed his left to the face. They clinch
ed and wrestled around until Roche
broke them. White missed left and right
to the head. White landed an uppercut
to the jaw, Welsh missed a left lead
to the face and they clinched and wrest
led. The men milled in the center of
the ring, White sending hard lefts and
rights to the body. The champion coun
tered with lefts to the fuce, Kven
Bound 12 Welsh started with bis
left jab for the face, and the usual
clinch followed, White getting in a
right to the body. Welsh shot two lefts
to the neck. White uppercut with left
and right as Welsh bored in, and Welsh
clinched and hung on. Welch put two
left jabs to the jaw and White a right
to the body. In a clinch White uppercut
with lpt't tn thp -inur nnrl YVnluh hntirr
on, After the break Wehh shot left to
the mouth. In a fast mix up in the cen
ter of the ring, White put right and left
to the face. Welsh jabbed left to tho
face. White's round.
Bound 13 Welsh jobbed left to
mouth. White sent left and right books
to the body in a clinch. White hooked
left to stomach. He repeated with
right and left. In a fast mixup on the
ropes, they exchanged hard swings to
the body. White began stiff pokes to
the head in a clinch. Welsh continued
his left jabbing at the face and ducked
into another clinch. White put short
arm jabs to the body in a clinch. White
hnnke.l a nnrit loft in lm -tow ...!
Welsh clinched and hnnir mi mtlil tha
oeii. tvnite's rouna.
Bound 14 White went right after
Welsh, landing a hard left to the jaw
and a right to the body. Welsh clinch
ed und hung on. White hooked a left
to the stomnch and put short arm jnbs
to the body in a clinch. Welsh jibed
left to the face. Roche broke them
from a clinch. Freddie jumped in with
a left jnb. White put In two hard right
swings over the heart and Welsh clinch
ed. After the break Welsh backed
away from a left lead and shot a left
to the nose, ducking under White's left
swing. White put a hard right to the
body. In a clinch White put a right
over the kidneys. White's round.
Bound 16 Welsh rushed into a
clinch at once. They swapped lefts to
the head. Welsh shot a straight left
to the face and White put two light
rights lo the body. White put a hard
left and right to the body and right to
the jaw, and Welsh clinched. Welsh
jabbed left to the face, and another
clinch followed, Welsh putting two
rights to the head. Roche was ngain
compelled to break them. White missed
a right swing for the jaw. Freddie jub
bed left to the face, fell into clinch and
thev mixStl it nn tho rrmilU llvniinn iri tt n
rights and lefts. White's round by small
Bound 16 White led with a left and
the usual clinch followed. White swung
two overhand rights to the head. Welsh
landed a straight left to the eye. Welsh
shot another left to the face. Welsh
continued his left jabbing, landing on
the jaw. White met Welsh as he came
in, with a stiff reft jnb to the fnce.
Welsh put a left to the body. Welsh,
boring jii, clinched and pounded the
kidneys with hi right. They exchanged j
lefts to the body. In a clinch Wplsh I
shot two rights to the stomnch. Welsh's
Bound 17 Freddie seemed eager to
mix. He jubbed left to the fnce. Welsh
nn nru wuj irom a icn noon, white
hooked left high on jaw. Welsh block
ed, swung lefts and rights for the head.
White scored a light left to the face.
Wcl.ih hung on in a clinch, and White
yelled nt Kocho to make him break.
White scut a right swing to the body.
Welsh Bent a right to the head and
blocked a left to the body. White miss
ed a vicious right swing for the jaw,
then backed Welsh into a corner. Aft
er a clinch Welsh blocked several rights
for tha body. Welsh had a shade.
Bound 18 Welsh led to tne face and
tho usual .clinch followed. White
missed a hard swing for the jaw aud
Welsh smiled. Welsh shot a left to
the chin. White put a hard right and
left to the body. White put a hard
right to the jaw. White shot hard right
to tho head. White tried another hard
right to the face, landing on the ear.
Bound 19 At this stage of the bat
tle, White appeared the stronger.
The men rushed into a clinch, White
putting right and uppercut to the jaw.
Welsh put a left to the stomach. Welsh
landed a left on the eye, and in a clinch
White put two short arm jabs to the
stoniuch. White scored with two right
hooks to the jaw and put left to the
body. Another clinch, and Welsh hung
on. They swapped rights to the body.
White hooked a right to the ear. An
other clinch and White wrestled Welsh
off. White put a hard right to the
stomach. Welsh was holding on at th
bell. White's round by a big mnrgiu.
Bound 20 Welsh Bhot left to the
face and ducked into a clinch. White
hooked a right to the body aud put
three light rights to the stomach in a
clinch. The crowd yelled for them to
break. Welsh pounded the kidneys with
right. White lunded hard right to the
jaw. Welsh jubbed a left to the nose.
They swapped lefts und rights to the
body and then White sent two hard
rights to the juw. Welsh clinched and
hung on. White put right uppercut to
the body and another to the face. Welsh
jubbed lefts to the face. In a mixup in
the center of tho ring. Welsh was hang
ing on in a clinch at the bell. It was
niie a roti n it.
KILLED IN AUTO RACE
Kuoxville, Tenn., Sept. 4. W. E.
Lockett was killed in a fifty mile au
tomobile rnce this afternoon when bin
inuchine was halted by throwing a
tire. Ho was thrown out of tiie car
and tho next racer run over him crush
ing him to death. Lockett was on the
twelfth lap of the half mile track.
Spectators did not know of the accident
until the race wus ended.
Chief Welsh will deputize members
of the Cherriiuis nml the Salem Hi lie
club to act as deputies when Company
XI passes through Salem to keep tho
crowds back from the cars, in order
that immediate relatives may have nn
opportunity of seeing the boys.
Salem, Saturday, Sept. 9th
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