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bite. What does an "old maid of
53 know about any young girl?"
But didn't the writer read that in
the trial the "professor" who
taught the care of children out at
the Midway was unmarried.
What do you expect? Practi
cal knowledge at the university?
Senator Lorimer waded into
the trust newspapers in a speech
last night. He said The Tribune
and News were depriving the city
of thousands of dollars by oc
cupying school property which
they obtained at a sacrifice by
controlling the men in office who
granted them special privileges.
Lorimer charges that The Daily
News and Record-Herald, 6wned
by Victor F. Lawson, and The
Tribune, dodge taxes to the tune
of nearly a half million a year.
Hughie Jennings has given it
out that Rechiit Vitt will open
the season at short for the Tigers.
Donie Bush is still a hold out, and
nothing has beem heard from
him by the red-haired boss.
The main reason for calling
most of the witnesses in that
Mercy-Talbot case seems to be to
try to make Esther Mercy out a
liar. That's about the only
charge' they make against her
now. Do all the other students
and professors at the university
always tell the truth?
Sadie Nelson, 6, came all the
way from Norway alone to join
her parents here. They left the
city a year ago, and the police will
aid little Sadie in her search for
Giant Killer Pfeister, the old
Cub, rejoined th'e teani in Louis
ville, and will be seen in action on
the West Side diamond this sum
mer. Here's hoping he is as
good a "come back" as Jimmy
George M. Shippy, former chief
of police, and Nicholas Hunt and
Charles G. Dofman, discharged
inspectors, have opened a private
Dorman and Hunt were remov
ed from the force; because the civ
il service commission said they
couldn't defect violations of the
Mrs. David Beach, a New York
musician, will leave that city on
April 10 to walk to Chicago,
which she expects to reach June 1
People will do most anything
to get away from New York to
No matter how much the news
papers fight for their special can
didates for states attorney, who
ever is elected can be depended
upon not to investigatethe news
paper trust. Or to get after the
Rey. Clark S. Thomas of Elgin,
advocates Sunday performances v
in theaters there, saying it will
prevent young people coming to
Max Helsa, 333 W. Goethe
street, told Judge Maxwell he
had to fight so much because peo
ple guyed him about his red hair.
"Dye it," advised the judge. Max
said he would.
Horace Scruby the University
of Chicago football star, has left
college, and will probably be out
of the game next fall.