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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1912, Image 20

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'Fljjwa did sign a contract togotp
Aitsslia under Mcintosh's direc
tion and engage in'threccontests
'fonI made out the contract my-self-and
im Flynn signed it at
the Great Northern hotel, in
Chicago,. in the presence of Tcmi
Caponi, the middleweight. :
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Al Falzer, ' tfce wJjite hope
whom Tom-0'Rourkehas under
his management, is being groom
ed for the "big events of the fu
ture, hut he will have one hard
matfch on his .hand? when he tack
le$ Bombardier Wells,, the Eng
lish heavyweight, July A.
This Britisher has the greatest
reach of all the heavyweights and
can punch, too,.besides,being fast
on his feeU ,
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After months of argument pro
anil con Trunk Klaus and Jap k
Dillon are to come together on
the coa'st for the middleweight
title. '. '
Johnny Kilbane the new feath
erweight champ'ion, has finally
agreed to give Abe Atell anoth
er chance, having stated that ,he
would meet the ex-champion on
Labor Day.
We-ca'n say again that Georges
Carpentier is some 'fighter and
that our vestimateof his ability
has not beenowered one bit. He
gave Jim Sullivan, the English
champion, a trimming in two
rounds while it tpok Billy Papke
nine rounds -to accomplish the
same'thing. . -
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Economy is about as popular
as having a tooth pulled.
ABCJT PEOStafr
Guglielmo Marqonj,;pjaneero'f
iviiticss Lczcgiapiiy, ivug, itc-
fused. King Victor's 2
offer to elevate hfm
to the nobility, was
made a hfe member
of the senate. Ije j
was born, educated
andnbw nves at Bo
logna, Italy.
Henry Baker, In
diana'sj3ldes,t man,
used totfacco for 97
years, and tjien died u,
He had never ridden on' avstr-eet
car.' - - r ,
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ANOTHER QUESTION
The4teacher had given thema
poser tha.t day. In the grammar
lesson the question hadjCcohJe up
as to whether a hen sets' oY sits.
Telling the children, to fmiPout
the next day, the teachentftatdis
missed jthe question .uritil'Ma'ter.
The children asked their parents,
they discussed it(praand con, and
the wholeneighborhoo'dvas in
terested. Then someone puthe
question to Uncle , "ijlfty" Law-son.-
. ",. . . '
"Well," ventured the old 'gen
tleman, "that quest jon'ain't' both
ered me much so far. WhatlKas
alwaysvbeen queer to we ijiwlien
a hen cackles, has-9h!elaiaVor
lied." ' iy- '
Wonder if they haveicqff ebvoh
the Sandwich Isles? ' V
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