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interscholastic champions pf the
West, left for Boston yesterday,
where on Saturday they will play
the Everett high school team,
champions of that section.
-Joe Mandot and Joe Rivers will
stage their re'turn match at Los
Angeles late this afternoon be
fore a $40,000 gate
Notre, Darne. and Marquette
universities will hook up at Co
miskey Park in- only bigocal
football game to be seen tomor
Maclay Hoyne, who will' take
office as sjtajte's attorney Monday,
has begun making his appoint
ments, Hoyne has thief appointment of
28iassistant state's attorney 16
clerks and a chief stenographer.
Only four of the principal ap
pointments; have beeiii mentioned
r Mich&e SulliVan, fire attorney
and attorney for the United Po
lice, is said tp be Hoyne's chdice
for either first assistant state's
attorney, or to take charge of
grand jury and indictment work.
Frank Johnston, Jr., attorney
for the local improvement -board,
is said to be slated for one of the
ttyo sarrle jobs. , , ,
Barney Mahoney, ofthe cor
poration counsel's office, is. said
to he HbyneVchofce f6rf1general
assistant, and Edward Fleming
for private secretary.'
Michael Sullivan already has
sent in his resignation as fife, &t-'
: Justin 'F. McCarthy, nephew of
City Oil Inspector Quinn, is said
to be in line for Sullivan's job as
There is -general satisfaction
among straight Democrats aver
All those whdm Hoyne has se
lected so-'Jar are; Democrats jvho
have followed the leadership of
Mayor Harrison, as they follow
ed th leadership of, Harrison's
fatherJbefore him. V ,
If Hoyne's appointments are a
disappointment ;to anyone at all,
it is tohis enemies. They seem
toshpjy JhatHqyne, as state's at
torney, intends, to owh himself.
There has heensevere criticism
of dynfr-erlticism he could not
escape because .pf his associates.
But Hoyne has been elected
now, He will take office Monday.
Any future crijicisin of Hoyne.
shfould'ebasedtfrtly on Hoyne's
conduct in officer '
The manager 'of a, well-known
touring companywired to the
proprietor of a theater in a small
town where his company was to
"Would like to hold a; rehearsal
at your, theater ..at 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. Have your
stage manager, .stage carpenter,
assistant stage . manager, assist
ant stage carpenter, property
rndrt, chief elctrician "and all
stage hands' present prorffptly at
that hour "
Three hours later he had the
following reply: N
"All right. He will be there." A