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TIIUIISPAY. MARCH 2D. 102.1. 40 5fc THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER atehes of The Tribune Amateur Boxing Tournament Great Crowd Packs Big Hall to See Fina JP' 's fS si's i 5 ET-YA-U 'ATT -i i 1 V'-" fifty- AAI 10.. 'v InTC I i 1" Si li -4 i 1 7" i li 4, i r.
riSIBUSB Xfeotai KID HOWARD'S BOYS CARRY OFF THE CUP. Left to right: Jim Mullen, Darey Miller, and Howard Carr (Kid Howard), whose boys caried off honors of tournament. SEMI-FINALS OF THE 135 POUND CLASS, Walter Neely bt the Arcade gynmasiam defeated Anthony Katainsky, unattached, in three rounds. SEMI-FINALS OF THE 175 POUND CLASS, Cahfll of the Arcade gynmasram (on top) beat James of the 124th artiTlery. i 4 Sv ITBXBUB Photo.
SEMI-FINALS IN 118 POUND CLASS. Charies Woods, Arcade gymnasium, beats Frank Feldham of Ferretti's gymnasium in three ronnds, Woods in the foreground. or a'. 4 o- X1 A- KTiOCKDOWN IN THE SEMI-FINALS OF THE 126 POUND CLASS. Phillip Staffel, unattached, shown on the right of the picture, defeated George Marcy of the I24th Field FINALS OF THE I3S POUND CLASS GO TO FOUR HOT ROUNDS.
Walter Ntdr of the Arcade gymnasium (in long trunks) and Walter Blazek of the same gymnasium had to go to the fourth round before the winner could be determined, ITEIBUins Photo. i uuvi nuu 13 mwwu ua me uoor 01 me nng. PTRjOflJJXK PhotO.J 1) 11 Th A't I' 'y. -a i 7 'J 5 i Mr A 1 1 -awl i. 1' A I un.
ft fire -ma Ik ITRXBUJJB Photo. ON TRIAL FOR KILLING POLICEMAN. Bernard Grant (left) and Lewis A. Hauschild, his attorney, as they appeared yesterday in Judge Hebel's court. fTRTKliJiK Fhoto.1 SEMI-FINALS OF 147 POUND CLASS.
Bud Tracy of Ferretti's g-mnasium left) won the decision from Sam Curtis, Greek Olympic Athletic club, in four rounds, a- 'ir M.f HI i oul a CP Tf i jt "jvMai St. rWld Wnrtif TK Kht tua tit Jar rTEIBUJSTB Photo. AT MOONSHINE PARTY. Miss Edna Watson, who was with Mrs. Or-singer when poisoned.
PilTS PJfrURE ST, RS GIVE CHAMPION RUNNER SERIOUS TEST. Charles "SB i with rnnr ftera California, the Pacific toast's best runner, steps along with Douglas Fairbanks and Charlie Chaplin at university games. lev A' 4 'hi A A tt i A 'iii fi A A.t 1 7 A I 1 A. 'urn A I V-v 'HI Wl 1 I' 41 -V. ill' A 1 1 if! 1 I'.
A sT V- ii I 'tT- "A at in Je ley yilt I 3 Ar I 1lf It "I J. -X ft" ITIUBCXE Photo A SEPARATION STORY STIRS MARILYNN MILLER. Actress consults Attorney Charles E. Erbstein and denies she is teparated from Jack FicLfard. TKJiSL'XS nvrloj COSTUMED AS "RAIN." Hdcnc Peterson as she at costume bazaar given by the-seniorlassof the -Teachers' collejpe.
GATES HEIRESS BECOMES CARTOONISTS BRIDE. tester-Norris, Chicago artist, and his wife, formerly-Dellora Angell, who were married yesterday in Los Atrgrles. rntiBrNE photo. BRINGS RUSSIAN ACTORS HERE. Morris Gest, noted, theatrical producer, who brought stars from Ian of trChicagr.
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