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The summary. (Elmira, N.Y.) 1883-19??, October 02, 1920, Image 8

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O’DOWD CAPTURES BOTT FROM I^ W R fjew Tork. better of his te AMERifCAK LEAGUE RESULTS Sept. £3 s. City last triu a j <{UC oyer the finishing blow, (■ii'^Bent a thorough beating **-''1 bell have b€ Lewis V> oUla -„.uat “have been .^ ^et ««Bie i . In the opening !• both ijtS’rms « lu ~ ^ .gp/J ftSfr hours after *',iiows; - ■ ,v you. paiO \gnt to jaru a r; ftven. t oweve..*, ■ — rest ef he battle b«l ;6 lath*’ Willie aeon, i ed a aevt beati.^g to Ne . Ei iiiatraran itnpoJ to e^lert It tWt -^ f Toe < ^ ,xpen*.. jny No ur houj on eco Money ■ cash held ’•na. . J’iBrriage and bad him tneio o*. b .,-, -■» - ’ ^;::r came. It was a beautiful day in Segt _____ ____ „ ^ . Utir -‘The church looked just lovely. 1 ■ - ^ Harvey’s vustrai'an of white organdy with tulle Hi , ^ final baut .f eight rou~'ts. O * j s h ' i really and I carried a grea: bunch of white. courage oi h, lad tro.u tbu ’ . cramned father led .Tohn up the aisle after Wot^s’en f ... r A ^ vemember that ^ n.nthet^«;«d a g^om - v ,n B,he fins . aimmy Sullivan of Hoboken, . Iwfetni.eij'Jtt^ ehampu , and Joe sharply to John ana an tne - -------------- test and Sullivan said they hoped I would never regret what every round. Stacy ittlc , .done, and I just kept up my sosr- ' to assimilate punish SuiL, a ^ . ded /-’terraiaation and told ..he rival with a pUe-dtiviBo -ht inthe oae ' ' i'-t »>>nd to be happy an and Stacy stayed down i.or a count of Si ' ^ '•'O ing, ho was subject to a bail of blows w hvan worked c e a s iB g ly a ''n o c k o u t ’* Frankie Burns, vete.au aeisey City •Wd\tm weight, had a shad* the better of Charlie b er, another product of Manhattiu’s amdUur ring, in the second bout, which went eight dull rounds. ’The eontast was comparatively unihter. esting. Both boxers marred their work by con- tJnu^ cJincbmg. burns, however Wc-tL4 \ u in this respect and in car- ned the figrhtmjf fiirougrin®^*:. He quar^^rs about th* stomach in oJaae Sporting Events .r East Chicago, Ind.-Benny Leonard, world’s “I y Sept. Sept. 25 Sept. 3(r- father led ,-iotin up .u.. u.»._ . I remember that mother cried a goor the wedding.and told John that he had st- . darling and that he must never misuser me. And 1 remember that the clery-- '- severely to John and told hi.v. TW^alized the responsibility he was taking\ap'l , it'w i t bis duty to make me happy. A lot oL old friends were there, and they all spoke quife sharply to John and all the women kissed me aad •' 1—„Q,i j nmuld never regret what I ^ y.,dOQe, Sll« A . .■.termination and ly mind to be h.-i presently i t w t . all oVc lo the station ai{^'got U and when we ^ t. (2r.d gami a 0. (1st game., (2nd game.' Iv L the plr.r ar, eeivf ain Witesteiin - - -----------------.vhl\ \ >w” tRnmc. i !• -’ ; h E KN> .,, ■ ' •’' s 8nd fused, . mus “Vic” h ' MORBii- • .li , A '®- ■ ioJ ,\ . 3 iwod . 4 io.s 4 a> 4 -” -f j , W r. .‘jriv a **New Y o rk.\The Carpentte»‘lAvinikV This was deeided by a vote of the uiumbers of the International Sporting ndBi which issued _ __ “ The votes of the majority oi tfte mem' ’rs^b.\ the Internationa] Sporring Club have 5’ -o‘ ceived and the result ?^ows sp ' proportion of 88 per cent. ln'fav’'i.'‘hy match io Jersey City. The grear ' larpeni,.., Levinsky sontest for the world's light baa” f weight ehamptonship therefore, will be stageu b originally scheduled on Columbus Day, 12, next br “ Immediately following the rulin;:^hT tt\ evD Vnrt- Sl^to AlVrloHr- ^ ----- ±~^-^ uuu ‘part due B po 2 2 1 8 0 0 9 1 : » ■I j CW A 0 1 1 0 4 « 7 17 A 0 0 .3 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 o; 1 1 2 E 0 1 1 New York State Athletic Commission agaipai the holding of this match the Inti rnatiooal Sport-., ing Club was besieged with offers frdm promot­ ers and boxing organizations i n ------- throughouc _ „ - many States the country for the privilege of staging this great battle. In the e«.*xiirof there being a majority of votes in favor of hold' th* match in Jeise^ City and in order thp would not be lost. Commissioner Sir ' , man of the New Jersey boxing Comtn' on'-'- -imuDicated with and 1 ' lav?,? made bis headquarters ; = . ■ :> > const- the situaf/ou, n. . . olone ur, ,u. „ — -rs to secure tb ,,T f iistic prize for hi's , f V “Philadelphia, b -r, Milwaukee a. Minneapolis forwarof.- ‘‘ 'ds.’andpromot er McGint.v of Cleveland, v.. .ted v Uiday an offer of $150,000 guarantee il .he pout t* be held in the American League ball park in Cleve­ land. The final decision of the directors was to stage tbe match in Jersey City because of its easy access and close vicinity to New York. New York.—Negotiations for the proposed championship bout between Jack Dempsey, world’s heavyweight champion, and John $aachez, tbe so-called Spanish heavyweight champion, are beginning to assume concrete form and there is reason to believe that the match may be arranged within tbe next oouple of weeks. Jack Kearns, Dempsey’s manager, announced that he bad received another cablegram from Senor Ordapal, tbe Cuban sportsman, reiterating his offer of a $100, 000 guarantee with the privi­ lege of 50 per cent, of the gate receipts for Dempsey. He also stated that he was preparing to leave Havana to come to this city for a con- ' ■>> th^ ■ .or , 1 ..ilHck and •■id* *iag real woi -^iA s knocking ’ a sn\.. is a carious cu.. . AtMi.l'is.sr starts to wh.ne ; ---------- - his envioue shafts at Joa , ,jJy men with skill to do \7.1 work he tries to blof\. 1,^ 80 congratulations to’’’’ a ra’an the knockera k.'‘,' ■I'Ai M it among all ouf band-box. 7 U ’Kd; ’ thank God that’s ove .... John, an oath! on our w.edding O k K. *'*, ,.qj^-aid, ‘ ‘I ’m sorry Minn; I didn’t . ■ Y x,*id. /Urt'-’f John; don’t mike it worse. 8 . sat hut don’t make it ! *--4er ■it’' '•C - Mi‘- ¥: y:- • T - ’ a*'' ..’.ir. .. ;varet!,c-t: surprlM'.ii't.'::'! fir4lwc.Td9“i dfctttvtptl'.m . . pilh' Qsj'Bd bur.;*) piet';are- it ii a fc realistic : s tnr actors dlo r\''' b. they iiwd ■ life. filmdoiA r'<A.- ,' ■ lie-Ae it ^ ’'JO .i . . There de j tr» within hi,nt4wi,;iM, spllluuaa may o - , ' aer ' Chicago 10, Cleveland 8, St. Louis 8, Detroit 4. (1st i St. Louis 3, Oatroit 0. (2d j Philadelphia 2, Beiten 9 Cleveland 2, Chicago 0. Washington 8, New York 1. Washington 1, New Yorlt (‘lad game.) ► Philadelphia 10, Boston 9. St, Louis 8, Datroit 16, WasbingVpa 5, New Yerk 2. Chicago o, ClevelasjdT. Pastju 4, Pbiladelrhia 2. S«, Louis 7, Detroit 6. New York 9, Washington 5. Detroit 1, Chicago 8. Cleveland 7, St. Louis 5. ! Cleveland 8, St,' uocis 4. WashiageoB 1, Bestor. 2. (1st t,a»« Washin'-tOB 0, Bosto ' ’ New Ye it, Phiiarielp- Detroit Chicago 2. . Olave.'a- St. Louis 6. Wash’- . 3, Boston 5. Wa.s’- „tou 7, Boston 6, 'Clov-ur 1, St. Louis 2. New Yf . I Philadelphia 3. (1st game.' New York ' , Philadelphia 4. (2nd *8 e; I I innings.) TION>^ TEAGUE RESULTS P.hiladeipbia 7. (1st game.' Philadelphia 6. (2nd game. 'Pittsburgh 12. t tadelphia 8, Broeklyn 0. 3t. Louis 1. (i»t gam.) ■ aUtsbHrghl. (2ndgame.l 'temnati 1. (1st gams.) cinnati 1. (2nd gams.) Boston 2. (1st gams.) ’. Boston 10. (2d gaaie.) . Brooklyn 4. , Cincinnati 8 ''■•licago 8. 8, Chicago 1. ork 3 Boston 1. ( lit gams.) . 2, Boston 3. (2nd game ) ’i 2, Pittsburgh 0 (1st gaaii ati 5, Pittsburgh 3. (2d gam, *1' I- (1st gams. ..<] a 5. Boston 2. (2nd gam i Bolt'.' Toston 1. it. Lc Bcfti c. 2 Won. Lost. Wk. ....... 90 60 ....... 86 65 .563 ... 80 69 .Ht ....,77 73 ,513 ........ 75 76 ,491 . ...7 ” 79 .477 ....... ol 88 .497 '.,,....b0 90 .499 ---- - -------- \ — . 1»•' -t; %t~ i. j..c-»at<dTi always dm 9 disso'I enr I'l'.\ tiedil 'a ontipued from Faat 7) r>tOptT ir it alio '■ -odT* . h :-. 1 ’!qe ,.,.<09 1 a <ii biad^ at the E abc aft, rnoo ,er » otds. Du, \optH tbe mil* U' yet the three, L^nt same trip. S'? four, 4:13, ano^d iV 'A 7, , 1 J . fiv. ■an. haF' ■' s. . n,t< ■M ■i'jfOX’ ' -if . ’■’■•7 'to ■ ^^7::,_c •wais S t ■*>,, 'A. ..eiore a cr. 1 cf 18, esExpoBit’\-! tr^cklast four wf .,,.’8 c a t track hi* car around the saue cord time of 1:03 baogi; ,nd fi\e mile mc-.ka all ot le for tbref miles was 3:10 e, 5 . r 4 ■cb r--^ - PrepsriBg certsinly , u p-.t one to baks .B;fe'-all tnree/- as wers bn* '.d..iBAn.iaid we’ .d better auk* —u f f M on it, am. take the setr- » 1 be only the axe and on . ji'K with, and it was nine o’cliek ,,e wtd bu.lt a rude sled and loaded tke ' on i »e wt bout to start we beard a siriilier “ V, wall; there they are!” And . through the cedars but tbe »M behind him was To* ’• fat!\ , -aoi oi the severity ot the • .^il ■ten much slstmed w . ,«s {tiled ’he night before. *' sing at teile ing. Mr. Edws’ , and the oh •' the Silver t .m and, leeeiai 'u tn.. ban i>.^wed the town line ii . Leaching Wild Broek they bad leei ’— —'■\A lotion Htid atfiiBttbey St tba had A T( m Clej^ii^rd ----- Chicago ........... New York ---- St. Louis ....... \D9, s ^ a l oi \ t be • • • — '■ • ki e a .. Mu Vvoii ......... 9C ......... 96 .^...96 .. ...74 . ......... 72 I,ost. • U-* 56 59 76 81 646 .629 .617 .491 .471 Boston ............ 83 .439 Washington... Detroit............. Philadelphia... ----- -- u. . ......... 59 . , .47 91 lOS .391 ,818 1| N e I iw \ e 8 Leag be re Ihe f the t ^iam too he in th^ the lire br an in tv ciitei abilit Speal lenil ether toe and aafell Worll Thf tbe ll ■ordil lo-td ee ..’peal Hheil '?81,5 .hree mi sb I $i57.r <,Sc(l ; c i { Brl Ba| and Ni al U all tl^ tbe meet| the etnr sbn1 the base] the ■ -and eaus| pnj*. tnflul _ _ __ IJf Tf ii\4 ------- snow bridge had fallen, and at first they badly i/rightened. On looking roiM, howfeyti, they nijd found the marks of oar boot heel OB the frezeP enow', Heading upstream, eid bad immediately goeesed that we bad goat t* he old camp So we.B^ their company on tbi way hame; and much «4t‘ niahsd both of tkeu were at sight of so many reese. Tbe two households shi ed tbe goose featkin. Tbe meat was in excellent condition for tookiif, aad our two families had many a geod nieilif, roast goose. We sent six of the birds to the MWi farm, and we beard afterwards that the . iitw -. teen paupers there partook of a grand gssie dia- ner, garnished with apple sauce. But i havs eft. an thought of that old gander flying north tu tki breeding grounds alone. The following week we walked the rsmiiiiig: part of the town Hue and rsceivsd tbs fss. E S i| I

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