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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGI
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hey 'reIn Again!
Dempsey Agrees
To Battle Wills
That Jack Dempsey will meet Harry
Wills, negro heavy weight, for the
world's championship heavy weight
boxing title seems a certainty but
when and where is so far undecided.
The contract is said to be ready and
awaits only the signatures of the
fighters to make is a surety and the
managers and promoters have ass'ured
the pubilic that the fight will take
place. At present it does not look as
if the battle will be staged before
spring. Probably the plae will be
either Manhattan or Jersey City but
this depends largely on the legal points
involved.
This will be the first fight between
a negro and a white man for the
crown since 1915, when Willard won
from Johnson at Havana. Then in
1910 there was another such affair
between Jeffries and Johnson at Reno.
Dempsey in probably a better fighter
than either Willard or Jeffries, while
Wills although not as clever as the
wily Johnson, is bigger and hits with
tremendous force, harder by far than
Johnson. Wills has the advantage
physically for he has two Inches more
reach and is an inch and a half tall-
er than the present champion, while he
weighs close to 215 pounds, and it is
doubtful if Dempsey will enter the
ring heavier than 200._
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Today-Screen

Majestic - Conway Tearle in
"The Referee"; comedy, "West
is West."
Arcade--Gareth Hughes in "Lit-
tle Eva Ascends"; comedy and
news.
Wuerth--Will Rogers in "A Poor
Relation"; comedy.
Orpheum '- Edna Murphy and
Johnnie Walker in "Extra!
Extra!" and comedy.

have been entered in the internation-
al track and field meet for women to
be held at the Pershing Stadium near
Paris, France, beginning Aug. 20. The
United States will probably enter a
team in the near future. France has
the strongest team from the indica-
tions at present.
Charles Paddock has started break-
ing records again. At Santa Barbara
on the Fourth he broke five and equal-
ed several others. Those broken were
the 175 yard (17 seconds); 125 yards
(12 1-5 seconds); 80 yards (7 4-5 sec-
onds); 70 yards (7 1-10 seconds); 60
yards (6 1-5 seconds). Paddock also
equalled the record of 9 3-5 for the
hundred, and 7 3-5 for the 75 yard
dash.

"Ernie" Vick, captain of last year's
baseball team and now with the St.
Louis National league team, caught in
the morning game against Cincinnati
on the Fourth. He got two hits in
three times at bat, one of them a
double, and he started a double play.
McCurdy, who caught on the Chicago
University team last year played on
Wednesday and got two hits in three
trips to the plate.
Walter Wesbrook remains in the
third round of the National clay court
tennis championship at Indianapolis
along with Tilden, Garland, Fritz Bas-
tian and other stars of the court. He
defeated J. White of Ardmore, Pa.,
6-4. 6-2. Tilden, paired with Sandy
Wiener his 14 year old protege, looks

the semi-finals of the women's inter-
national tennis tournament at Wim-
bledon, England, when she defeated
Mrs. Edington 6-2,6-4. She will meet
Mrs. Peacock in her next match and
if the winner faces the one who comes
out ahead in the match between Mlle.
Lenglen of France, and Mrs. Beam-
ish of England.
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like the probable winners in the Education School Guests at Tea
doubles. Members of the School of Educa-
tion were the guests yesterday after-
Mrs. Molla Mallory won her way into noon at the tea given on the Martha

Cook terrace by the educational fac-
ulty. Superintendents of various
schools and teachers of note are reg-
istered in these courses during the
Summer session and the opportunity
which this tea afforded for getting
acquainted was appreciaktW.
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More than 280 are entered in the
United States open championship golf
tournament which will be held at the
Skokie Golf club near Chicago, next
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
England has sent a notable delegation
to try in part to appease the sting of
Hagen's victory by winning the Am-
erican title. George Duncan, former
British champion, Abe Mitchell, and
Willie Hunter, amateur champion in
1921, are among the best bets. Hagen,
Hutchinson, and Evans are probably
the best American golfers entered.
Thirty five thousand athletes com-
peted in field meets and swimming
meets in parks in and around New
York City on the Fourth. There were
1,700 officials required to run the 39
athletic meets and seven swimming
meets.
Players from all over the country
are entered in the national horseshoe
tournament which began yesterday in
New York City. National Champion
Fra nkJackson is on hand to defend
his title.
Teams from Belgium, Switzerland,
England, Czecho-Slovakia, and France

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