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rRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THRU

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i* ideline Chatter
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With the Schmeling-Uzcudun but was far from the class of
tussle out of the way, the question Dempsey as a colorful performer.
arises whether boxing fans are go- -
ing to be satisfied with the type of This Bunny Austin, former
leather slinging that the present Cambridge tennis captain looks
assortment of heavyweight con- like the best thing that the
tenders seem capable of putting rather disappointing British
across.
courts have developed in a
Old timers will be most ve- number of years.. However, he
hement in their statements that was robbed of full credit in his
hemnt n teirstaemets hat victory over the Frenchman,
the big glove racket has been Brugnon, at Wimbledon, because
in a state of deterioration since of disadvantage the Parisien
the days of Jeffries. Most of suffered in playing with a fester
us, however, would be plenty on his neck, making play most
satisfied with talent comparable painful... ......
to that shown by Jack Dempsey
in his palmier days. The biggest plum in the world's
golfdom is at stake. Johnny Far-
The Manassa mauler certainly rell began his defense of his United
had more for the customers than States Open championship at Mar-
any of the present contingent of maroneck, New York, against a field
heavies have demonstrated. Tun- which contains practically the en-
ney certainly was a good workman tirety of this country's stardom.

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