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In The Line Of Sports

T'chards Defeats William II, internationalist and An
Vincent Richards, holder of the na- is cup member, 6-2, 6-2,
tional junior and western tennis cham- final round in Providence
pionships, defeated R. Morris William, terday.

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(By Harry B, Grundy)
No Title Bouts in Michigan
Championship boxing matches will
be prohibited in Michigan in the fut-
ure. This is the edict from Gov. Alex
J. Goesbeck who has just stated that
under no circumstances would cham-
pionship boxing contests take place in
Michigan.
The result of this stand taken by
Covernor Groesbeck means that the
proposed match between Benny Leon-
ard, lightweight champion, and Rocky
lKansas for Labor day at Benton Har-
hor will necessarily be called off. It
will also bar any further matches in
which Dempsey participates so long
as he retains the heavyweight title..

Y to see these

lowly Athletics and strangely enough
it was one of the hardest games he has
pitched this season. The argurient
went to 14 innings before the Sox fin-
ally won in a 2 to 1 battle, when Falk
scored on a circuit drive. Faber was
hit safely 16 times in the course of the
game while his teammates! only made
nine safeties off of Naylor's pitching.
Faber was effective in pinches and
hacked up by sterling teamwork of his
mates he was able to hold Connie
Mack's men to one run.
Faber's feat of winning 20 out of 26
attempts is all the more remarkable
in view of the position of his team.
The White Sox are well down in the
percentage column with 40 wins and
49 defeats. For a pitcher to win half
of the games for his team is no mean
achievement but his is what Faber
has done, and his victories have kept,
him well in the front of hall major
eague pitchers for the year.

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Faber Wins His Twentieth Game
Urban "Red" Faber, star hurler of
the Chicago White Sox has just achiev-
ed his twentieth win of the season.
Faber's latest victory was over the
CRITIQUE
John Farrar
WeTesday night I had the good
'ortane to me t John Farr, ed'tor of
"The Fookmn " at a dinner given in
his honor by the newspaper folk of De-
troit.
I had often wondered about this,
young man. His magazine is almostj
too good to be true. It is the only
one devoted exclusively to books thatl
is worth a whoop, as far as I can find.'
"What is he like," I often questioned
myself concerning the editor,
Converts MahgazineI.
Certainly what he had done for the
Bookman spoke in his favor. In the
short space of a month or two he con-
verted a dusty, dreary, and altoetherf
pitiful bundle of literarture criticism
into a magazine of interest, inte lig-

Injuries Trail British Team
Unless all reports are misieading
the Oxford-Cambridge, track team will
face the combined Yale-Harvard team
today with a hospital crew instead of
the star track squad the English uni-
versities brought over. According to
lptIn Rudd of the British stars,
Ford, Oxford's all around athlete wi'l
e uiab'e to compete today because of
" stra'ned back suffered in a recent
workout in the workout Thursday aft-
ernoon.
Ford is a utility man and was intend-
d4 to take the place of George Trow-
bridge who has withdrawn because of
an attack of appendicitis. Ford is the
fourth member of the British squad to
be injured since their arrival in this
country. Just how strong the reserve
men are,-and howpany of the athletes
now on the sick list will be able to
_ompete is unknown but it is likely
that the Englishmen will face the Am-
j -ioans with a much weakened squad
of men.

No one ever packs a
THtRE is sure to be a chance to Kodak as you
go and ten the instrument iS So compact in
Construction, and so smart in des gn and finish
tlat it is a pleasure to carry it.
We have all the Kodaks-from the little Vest Pocket
Kodak that is small enough to wear to the 3A that has
made the post card size picture standard-all easy to work,
all beautifully constructed. We take no chances when
we buy from the Eastman .Kodak Company-you take
no chances when you buy from us.

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once. and high standards.
At once came articles concerning;
such men as Dreiser and Mencken
At once appeared articles written by
Sherwood Anderson, by Fitzgerald, by
Floyd Dell and others who have he'p.
ed to raise America, though ever so
little, from Mother Goose rhymes, sac-
charine, and sobs.
To go back to the editor. As timoi
went on I found out more about Far.I
rar; an article in the Detroit Free
Press. an article here and there in the
agaznes gave me information. Mr
Farrar has little in common with
Frank Harris who dedicates most of
"Pearson's" to Frank Harris.
Twenty-Four Yeair -,014
I learned that Farrar had. a little
over a year previous to becoming ed-
'tor of the Bookman (which occurred
last winter), completed his senior year
at Yale; I found tthat he was but
twenty-four years of age; it was re-
ported that he was reticent, medita-
tive. polite, charming.
A'1 this interested me but it was in-
cidental to what Farrar was loing-,
T was interested, and I wanted to
know him; I liked his magazine, his'
viewpoint, his quick sensitiveness as
to what was going on in the book
world.
When I met him I was not surpris-
ed. Outside of his youngness, medium
stature, blue eyes, and rather ruddy,
yet aesthetic face, I had expected to
'ook upon, to find, something else; a
readable decisiveness, an ability to hit
the right thing at the right time. Nor,
was I wrong; .Isaw it plainly uTjd*ir
his courteous friendlines
Interested in Us here
Of course he quite won my heart
when he said that he was greatly in,
terested in what the University pi
Miehigan publications were doing in
the way of book reviews. It p'eased
him, and he added that there was
hardly another institution of the kind
doing the same thing.
The dinner was informal and Mr.
Farrar's talk was impromptu and I do
not intend to quote him here. It is suf-
ficient to say that he supplied us with
enjoyable literary news of books a'nd
their witers.j
It seemed to be the consensus of
opinion, a fear rather than a hope,
among those at the gathering, that the
public will cease demanding "mdr
literature and swing back, ot all rI-
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