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   Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light (Newspaper) - September 24, 1926, Corsicana, Texas                                rfc vt v j i 1 I t 1 I I POLE ft DENTIST Office 602 State Bam Phone I SMITH DENTIST Over National ti fc Office 70 Residence 669 f I I SIXTEEN PAGES THE GOKSICANA SEMIWEEKLY COB SEPTEMBER SIXTEEN PAGES i iJ nSi 1 v i i I j i T 7 Mt 1 i tf rt F J n J IV4 L JI J J Sf i 4 i L i L NEW BRtEANS TAKES FIRST GAME OF DIXIE SERIES DALLAS WITH SCORE FIVE TO ONE GAME CALLED IN SEVENTH ACCOUNT DARKNESS Hadiogram to the New The New Irleana chninpious of the ftouthorn defeated the Dallas Steers of the Texas League here Thursday afternoon 51 in he npeninR gamo of ho Dixie Snries the fihamplonship of iho South Uipy fell on tho delivery of RJlrn pride of the Dallas and king of he Texas in the Kevenfh in ning for five hits and five runs and overcame iho 10 lead of thoglpors maintained from the second inning Morsp flooring ThP winning runs were flput sa In the Bevelith inning when scoring Vick and Three othpr runs were made before ho nido rot The game was called the end of rho seventh inning on account Real was the hero of the attack with a single and n two The game wan witnessed jy 000 Joe went the route for the Pelicans ami held the Steers to four WBB wild and is sued nine free to flrai He was a star with tho hat with a couple of Both pitchers wero Cy formerly catcher wiih Dallas and now with the in as a plnnh hit ter for Red Oslergard in the sev enth and forced a runner the Neither side was charged with an Both teams fielded n sensational The second game of Dixie Series will be plaved here Fridn afternoon at H oclock so thai teams and fans can catch oclock train for Dallas where third jamie of lie nerfes will pjnyed Saturday afternoon at The anU are Kcheduled to arrive in Dallas early Sntlivday K the wame Friday is rained the socond KaniP will played here Saturday and the third will he pinyerl in PAillas The umpires iwrf plate Southern firs base Texas seroml Iviso fnmp Southern thlnl Kol lowing is the jrnint First DnllnsMorHe walked Evvoldt to Orainard Martina to Miller Hiloy Itenrlck to Marina on iio no New OrleansAVIviluy flicnl nut lo Mendricks Vlclf out Cross to Hemlricks jroing center fielder and leading hHter of the Southern Os lergard struck out to end the in No no and no er Second Woebor liif a pop flv to at Tpto Box Moi SS i rlf 11 tb i p Totals New Orleans 2li 1 lh I if i rf It fill 4 4 4 10 wold SH i r Marl p LineJp1 tilt I Totals 30 U 21 12 Score hy Innings Dallas 010 000 New Orleans 000 Called after darkness Summary hits Sac rifice hits Struck out by Love by Martina 4 Base on ballsLove C Martina 0 X i 1he i 1 the be i sin I I at soc Hikv 4 iKith pbi f oldt shot a slow s thrown out Billing filed nut lo Vick hut Tnlo aR held at on ur Mnrso hll a nerJng double In scoring nndLovo Blnnpprl at This wan the hit ilio Gross hit a long fly to OsprrTitl in left fjelil oh firm hall plirheil to retire tho ship One ono no New roller to Tate and Ewolclr si Rhort ROH for Now OrlaanH first Dowie popped out to Gross at difl noi Martina forced at Tafe to No ono tjo Third filed out to VUlc in deep Miller hit a high pop which Whatov raimht hehind Riley hit a two haErcrev nast first down the right field Woftber Tate walk r fiilinfi the Billingn grounded out on first ball Deal to retiring No no Orleans Whaley hit a long fly to Miller In Hendrlcks Viok Hied out Tucker Ostergard grounded Morse to Riley to eml the No no no Fourth DiillaH popped IOIM to VVhritley oj firs hall pi OroHH Ciross was out Hjealing Dowie to No no New Orleans Deal landed a dou ble the left field fencron first ball Ewoldt sac Billings to Deal go ing to third on the Dow ie fn Martina rolled Ui ley to Love ho covered first ending the No one no Fifth Krainard Mar tina to Miller f lied on to jHiley Ewoldt to No tin New hit gle Into loft Hendrkkw shot a singio fiito nd Virk to who was on i tinners Tuclur jiopned o Rilev no Ostcrgnrd Xn i wu no Sixth DallasWoebfM1 slashed a douljl dmiii Tale Hillings ffled nut to no hovp fan Morse filling ihe dross forced Morse m Whaley to Nn ono liit no Orleans Heal popped out o irons iHhtnd Ewoklt filed out lo Dowie drouped a single into left Martina Klngled hack tu Dowie stop ping at Whaley grounded rn Tate who trapped the ball and made the ptifonf of Dowie tit third No two no Seventh Dallas Braiuard singled to left Miller Hendricka to Whaley who covered Riley Woeber No one no New Orleans Hendrick burned hem up to beat out an infield hit to Gross at Vick singled to Hendriok stopping at Tucker filling fhe Cy former Dallas went In as a pinchhitter for Red and forced Hendrick at the lo Deal singled to deen scoring Vick and Lingle stopping at seo Ewoldt struck Dowie filling the bane Martina laid a neat roller down the first base line and heat Lingle scoring and the bases re mained Whaley crashed a double to left scoring ueal and Martina stopping at Fiendriuk ended the misery by flying out to Woeber Five five hitsr no The game was called at the end of the seventh inning on account of I I CHALLENGE n L Eft E v p m i v KiVt v V lHiP V ft I 1 ff M j j 1 L r fee I If c V 4 r fn A 1 t tfj i 1 i t GENE TUNNEY I SERIES STAHT 3 OCLOCK PHILADELPHIA ARENA WAS PLAINLY VISIBLE EROM MOST T BATTLERS MIR APPEARANCE TOM RILEY PHILADEL PHIA ANNOUNCED AS FIGHT T REFEREE UV r W An i no Tunme y weigh world a s Cenleu won the championship in a pouring onight when he Denipsey in fiffht thai he PLAY IN DALLAS SATURBAY IF FRIDAY GAME NOT RAINED OUT 15INNINflTIE REMOTE SEATS LITTLE PROSPECT OF RAIN I to tlie New TUB second game o1 the Dixie Series j between the Dallas Steers of the j Texas League and the1 New I of the Southern Associ ation will besfu Frldtiy afternoon at 3 oclock instead oi at an originally scheduled in order thai the two teams can catch a train for iXiltafl at 7 oclock Friday eve it was announced by Umpire Hill between the sixth and innings Thursday after i ionn In Ihe first game of the nixie I The two accompiuiittn by ludrcdR of arc to arrive in Dallas Saturday morning at In Uo event that the gameFri IB not rained iho third game of the Dixie Series will be in Dallas Saturday after ft the game Friday is rain ed out tlic first of tho series in will not be played until Sunday Py 1 bnitlinp Ciiicinnali lletip i spiiiiitely on mil of th leiufinj houis Cunl today forced Phillhs L po fiDoon inning bLlorc dnrk fiiuilv ended tin toniejit Viiii score i Carlson invincilie in Hi1 Miul Hiiowud no simis i undor lie ai Mack HlthouRh tho game we HI wt li over wo hours Donohuo held the Phillies scorelesf F he eighth lining when they noli the lead hy a two run only to il in the inning thn tying Ciucinuati It was a nlu and luck pani Carlson was in a con pie o Ugh places in Hue over lini hut bore down at rnticil tiHlRH prpsdrn niMfio i lifun Walker bad So them and Pipp hit WHEN PRELIMINARY PRO GRAM STARTED Associated Ohio Tornado Does Damage at Huron AHhoiiKh i thick haxe over tho iircim parlly of tohncco smnlii nnd partly o1 liUlo of rnln n tho preliminary fight program 8 Tho utmos pliero was thick and stuffv the ringwldo hut thn spcointors with haitcry of tower on flrcllnpthe onclosiiro hud no dif fMiiolratinK ho niurkinons mnkiiiR vlslhility PVOII furiheriHf ontpoH of Iho Jnn Of T DOndft Bv Dayton ic By Oee was selected today as the 1927 encampment city of the Grand Army of the My AuKOrtaltd Boll Telephone oporaior i1 Huron eight miles north nf hero told the local operator MI thin afternoon ihat a tornado Huron at lev elled tifiveral nprooteir trees and lore off many roofs of houses The tornado lasted for 15 minutes The Huron operator did not ihink there were casualties Charging am if Irom of Htdalui ftmnty flood control hondH has nevor been pJiiroil in UIR rounly V ftoprosrntadvo of Dal inVhe Kouse toddy asked apt pointmeuL of acommittee to iu voKtlgate details of tlin Five members would be appoint ed hy the Speuker or ihe House arul three from the Senate by the Lleutonaut Governor ten round Both judges were unauim 3 in declaring the blonde exmarine the Tunney came within an 1 ace of knocking Dempaey 1 in the first round when he planted a hard right to the jaw just before the bell The champions knees sagged and he went to his corner in dis Tunney fighting cautiously outboxcd retreating be fore the champions crowding at tack whipped vicious punches to at close quarters and naiJ ed the champion with snappy left hooks at long Dempsey be ing in a totter quickly slumped and as they stepped out for the tenth the champion was a bloody spec tacle with his right eye cut and bleeding and his feft eye The fight with its recordbreakincj crown of spectators yvas staged in a downpour of As the fighters ring big drops of rain splashed to the Before the bout was half finished the rain began to fall heav lly soaking the When Tunney was announced as the winner the defeated and bat ttered man rushed over to the shaking his gloved fist Jts the same old the best man Dempsey said as he crawled out of the Dempsey did not appear to be50 per cent of the tearing fighter he was when he defeated Angel Firpo in the Polo Grounds three years That first a savage right to the peak of the apparently took the fight out of He i evealed flashes of his old time form spots his blows werewild and lacked the usual sharpness of By Associated Sesqui Demp and Gene challenger for the worlds heavy battled tonight before a crowdof defending his title for the first time In three en tered the ring heavy favorite over the The champion had an advantaqe in scaling 190 pounds to 185 12 for Tun Tom Reiley c announced as the DempseyTfnncy The two judges were Frank Brown of Pitts burgh and Mike Boyaten of Wilkcc Tunney utarted for the at He was the first to enter the He wore a blue u was bath robe trimmed in the of The blonde challenrger received a tremendous ovation from the t crowd as he stood in the center of the ring receiving the freshly strewn The challenger was attended by Jimmy his Billy and Lou his Tunney imme diately sat and began smiling to acquaintances at the ring I A tremendous roar from back in i the crowd indicated that Dempsey iwith hfc bodyguard had set out the Dempnry entered the ring two miniten later and went over and rihook hands with Detvip was attended by Philadelphia Jerry his faithful litite Gus Wilson jiind GPMP his business man Dempsey and Tunney m mediately began wrapping their hands with strips of white cotton 1 Qtempsey personally wrapped hie hands with Jerry su While this was being splashes of rain boganrio fait the The crow hf cjminp impatient and Calling tor the to Tunneywas working more slow ly with his task than Gus Wilson and OBrien stood In Tunneys corner while the bnndag j ing was beirui Jimmy Bron j son represented Tunney In the champions corner to watch the taping Don psoy was the first tc get the glove 7 They were securely tied and the strings were cut close to the Tunney was introduced He up to receive an outburrt of cheer A tremendous1 rorv swept the stadium as the iBempstjy fighters were led to the center if the ring to receive Instructions from the Following is a round by round report of the fight ROUND ONE Tunney was short with a left and clinched in the After the break away they traded punch es to the I Dempney missed I left and Tunney drove a rigflt to the Dempsey drove both fists to the body at cloiie Dempsey hockeel a left to the hcaJ and they Tunney landud a right to the jaw and missed another right to the same They Demp sey backed away from a Dempsey cfucked a right to the Dempsey crowded Tun ney and got two light lefts to the ducked y right and Dempsey fell into the They traded rights to the rocked Dempsey with a right to the jaw and wau pounding furiously to the body at the Tunney ran with Demp sey after They clinched wlth darnayt ROUND They clinched without Dempsey hooked a left to the head and two rights to the body as Tun ney Oempsey chused Gene to a corner punishing him around the Tunney was bleeding from the Tunney landed a light lelt tu the Dempsey drove Tunney to j with n left and rignt tc the Tunney landed a light right to the They clinched in a corner without Tunney landed a left to the head and they clinch Dumpsey missed a hook but sunk two rights to the Tunney hacked away and landed a half dozen punches lo the They wen engaged in a body attack as the beended fie GREATEST CROWD IN HISTORY OF BOXING PRESENT FOR BATTLE FIGHT FANS STARTED GATH ERING AT RATE OF AN HOUR I he By BRIAN By Associated SeaciuiOontentiinl Plill thousand Hwnrmod Into stadium for DompscyTunndy champion ship hout tonfRlit while he coming1 the Last hour osHnintcd be durknoflB descended on the pnolousure that the advance b of boxing crowd had ilalod at Hie rntn ot hour since he gates were i hrown open ai raining momentum tlio hour for crowd gnvo every a pair of 000 of which worn cash rush torn I I I The rnln wai sttirliny to fall heavily HOUND They boxed cautiously arm i Dempsey missed a left and right to 1 A A b head with Jack ducked Tunney backing three tight V hut was nailed with a right to the Tunney drove a right to the body au Jack cattle Turtr ney nalfed wlth a eight io the jaw they blow stagoered They exchangedblows to the and Tunney planted a right to the backing Dempsey to the They cHnohetrat edge of the Tunney ripped a right to the head and Jack him to n corner without Jack sunk a right to the body aiitt got a right to the ROUND Dempsey sent a left to the Jaw knocking Tunney Into the Tunney hung on M Demosey tlrovt his fist to Jack cMsed the challenger Into a coroner Mis left to the Demp sey was bleeding from a cut on the left Dempsey missed a left hook the was snort with n left to the head and they Gene stepped away from a left to the Tunney Dempsey with a right as thft champion came Tunney back ed away from a right and Inndtd three punches to the Tliti ney nailed Dempsey with a rlflfrjt as the champion bucket into the They were n the center of the ring with Dempsey trying for a opening as the round ROUND They scrambled around each oth er in the center of the Tun ney missed a left and they Gene backed away from a left Dempsey ducked a right and Jeft to the They traded rights to the head In a Tunney miss ed two lefts to the head then he ripped a left to the Dempsey was boxing cautiously with Tun ney in Dempsey hooked a left to body and got two lefts to the Tunney tore in with ani other right to the head backing Jack to a Dempsey missed a right swing and Tunney stepped in with short rights to the Drmpsey missed a left hook a fid they They were in the center of the ring when the bell Demp sey was spitting blood when ht went to his ROUND Dempsey clawed into Turfney and missed a left Tunney pep pered him with a left and right to the Jack chased Tunney across the landing a left hook to the At close range slugged with Dempsey having thft Tunney hooked a to the body and a right to the as they Tunney drove a right and left to the Tunr ney wjc widewith a right to the Dempcey hooked a Isft to the head and Tunne coiitterfttt with H right and left to the head4 dene stuck two leftts into Demp soys face qs Jack into Tunrry was backing away champion is Uempsey feiniing wl ROUND Dempttay crunched he moved into clinched without landed u light lefi and danced Tunney drove a right to on Page f i rl m r1 j L l rts f I iii f u f rvM F i i r i t m i f i i j   

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