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HE'LI, BJJ QNHANP AT THE OLYMPIC MEET.
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Hans Braun, German sprint champion.
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TOAST TO THE REUNITED
Nothing is more interesting to the public than the re-courtship,
re-winning, re-marriagcand he-honeymoon of a couple who have
quarreled and parted.. In the case of Mr. ancl -Mrs. 'Jack Cudahy,
the re-marriage of an esjtranged couple touches thfe "heights of tsp
mance. This is so becalise of ' extraordinary sensational features
of their quarrel. v -; "Vv-T ' . "
There are several, kssons in the affair. 'One is 'that outrages
hub who fights, for his matedoes so' not always iffom the ignoble
passion of Jdalpusybut "because away down inthe bottom of his
heart he feels that something very precious to hhn is'at stake. The
fact that'he'returnstO'riis wife after the .white light of ..publicity hass
beaten pitlessly upon their, domestic heari&Lshows.tthat his hearfi
stood true' through;! t-a.Il. ' , j '! "s
What of the-woman? "Why, she; vindicates a,new-bej age-Ion
character. What womapthat ever livecL could resist Jhe ltire of "a,
man who willjight.forjier. -The' harder he fights his'rival, the bet
ter she lovqs him. And Jack Cudahy certainly finished-hisman.
Finally there is. the '.lesson for the scoundrels who prey r
the homes qf other men: In thetertd. they get the contempt not
of the public, but of thewoman tfiey sought "to betray. .
Here's to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cudahy. May theyt live har
.ever after. v - ' w