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The Wolverine, 1919-07-03

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c Second 13rainstorm
rine Prize-Fight Fiend

two pugilists strictly speaking, but
I'd hate to lose so much every day,
I mean the dough I could have won in
that four handed penny ante game
which I missed 'cause the ed made
me see those two in Toledo. It used
to be all right in Toledo before- the
middle of May, but now I'd just as
soon be in the Sahara.

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(F. G. I.)
ain't it funny what a peculiar bunch
human gang is. You hear the
ple goin' around shoutin' and
aning about the high cost of beef
I meat and this bird Rickard comes
ig arid qffers Jess Willard 100,000
oleons to jump into a fight ring
the fourth and exhibit his hulk to
public. And the ever sympathetic,
ily-buncoed mass pays 60 plunks
to see some 400 pounds of beef
-ce about for 36 minutes.
don't want to philosophize but I
e to see the public buncoed all of
time. Today his nibs, the hon-
ble ed came to me and asked me to
te a line of dope to show up some
these seise birds and put the easy_
n' public on the path to some soft
gh.
Vell, strictly speakin' I ain't in
for a final joy ride, in the first'
ce, and again I hate to add to the
ries of our much abused com-
ion, the common herd. 4
ut, on the other, side, the ed says
mue, says he, "You gotta do some-
L' on this paper or you get the
see?" Well, all I cgn say is that.
ish I was an ed.

wop warblers which you hear but
can't understand, 'cause nobody does,
ain't bad, and no one is hurt by what
you say except the guy which you
write about. But you gotta be care=
ful, as it were, so that the next guy
which shaves you ain't a friend of the
singer.
But when it comes to losin' other.
people's money I cut in with an ex-
cuse. I know how it is to have some
other dude lose your hard earned
,shekels for you. I listened to Ring
Lardner chirp once, when he picked
a winner, strictly speakin', and say,
listen you to me, there ain't no other
bird in this universe which can com-
pare with Ring when it comes to pick-
in' something with the "lost" label on
it, except Hughie Fullerton, and when
one of those guys picks a winner,
then it's time for Bryan to stop drink-
in' grape high balls. t
As I was sayin', strictly speakin', I
went to see the champ and Jack go
thru their stunts. Well, I ain't brag-
gin' of course, but I know a guy which
would give a good account of himself
with either of those two fellows, and
I ain't as big of either one of them.
Well, I ain't kickin' about contrib-
ating to, the general coffers of the

Big

Clothing

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ding out a line4

of dope on these

B a th i-ng 1 S u i't's
WE HAVE THE TWO PIECE KIND WITH
THE WHITE BELT
GEO. J. MOE, "Sport Shop"

Naturally, I ain't the kind to knock
anybody but when I saw Willard and
Dempsey, they none of them had any-
thing but a couple of gloves. Why, in
Willard's camp, strictly speakin',
hardly no action took place. Nobody
was knocked loose from the floor, like
I epected and Willard was so slow
that Monaghan could of hit Jess with
a ring post, only Walter was too grog-
gy to even lamp one. Well, we
couldn't see any improvement in Wil-
lard. He eats as much as ever and
he's just as big and good natured. So
after talkin' with Jess for a time we
couldn't help feelin' sorry for Demp-
sey, for we don't think Dempsey has
got a chance against the big boy when
they step into the ring. Dempsey
ought not even go into the ring. Wil-
lard is a convincing talker.
Well, we didn't bring our machine
with us to Toledo, strictly speakin'
because we had heard all hotels were
filled and garage -men were getting
three smackers per seat per capita in
vacant buses over night. We hated to
hire our car out for use as an im-
promptu hotel and we hated to pay
the three smackers per, so we slept
on the beach. It was cheaper and
safer. Besides I like all healthy ex-
ercises. All this leads me to say, as
it were, that we had to therefore,
walk to Dempsey's camp. Well, when
they said that Dempsey was trainin'
at Maumee Bay, we had no idea he1
was trainin' in the bay. I asked a
bug on the shore among the crowd,
who was gonna stage the new vaude-
ville act of trained seals. He looked
at me and wanted for me to show my
ignorance I guess, by blushing, as it
were, 'cause what I thought was a
seal was only none other than Demp-
sey swimming in the bay.
Well, sir, I didn't get a ring side
seat for my half rock, and when two
dark birds climbed in the ring I asked
if they was stagin' a prelim as it were,
until Dempsey got dried. Well, again
they showed my ignorance when they
told me the white fellow was Demp-
sey. I looked among the seconds for
Jack and some dude near by whisper-
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REPORTS ON JULY 4 BOUT
Reports on the Willard-Demp-
sey bout will be received round by
round at the Knights of Columbus
rooms over Calkins' drug store.
No admission will be charged to
those wishing to hear the reports.
The preliminaries, as well as the
big fight, will be covered, begin-
ning at 10 o'clock Friday morning.

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A number of these dresses formerly higher priced, will be
sold Saturday at this low figure.
The dresses themselves are unusually fine values, and the
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Both light and dark patterned voiles are included in this
collection, but the 4emphasis is on the darker shades, which are
just as cool and far .more practical than those of lighter hue!
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the wrist with crisp white organdie collars and cuffs. It is trim-
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