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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 27, 1912, Image 14

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Illinois football star, will coach
the Colorado eleven again next
season. He turned down an offer,
from Ohio State.
Jim Basket Cleveland pitch
er, severely injured his right hand
when a firecracker hevwas hold
ing exploded. His pitching may
be affected. J,
Probable opening baseball,
dates:
American League White Sox
vs. Browns, at St. Louis; Cleve
land vs. Detroit, at Cleveland;
Red Sox vs. Athletics, at Boston ;
Highlanders vs. Senators, at
Washington.
National League Cubs vs. St.
Louis, at Chicago; Reds vs. Pi
rates, at Cincinnati; Giants vs.
Boston, at New York; Phillies vs.
Brooklyn, at Philadelphia.
The season will begin April 10,
according to a statement by Pres
ident Ban Johnson of the Ameri
can league. This will make it
possible to start the world's se
ries earlier in the fall.
The Cleveland A. C. has called
off the bout scheduled in the For
est City for Jan. 10 Ijetween Jack
Britton and Pal Brown. This is
the first match canceled because
of the anti-boxing order of Mayor
Baker.
Joe Rivers is in New York,
ready for his ten-r6und bout with
Leach Cross Jan. 8. HHe is (guar
ahteed $4,0Q0 for the scrap Be
fore leaving Chicago tentative ar
rangehiehts were made by J5e
Levy, Rivers' manager, for a bout
with Charley White, the local
lightweight, before some club
John Dundee, the New York
feather, is matched for a ten
round bout with Eddie Kelly
Monday night Dundee is slated
to qieet Johnny Kilbane, the
champ, before a Los Angeles club
in April, and will engage in sev
eral Rattles before that time to
keep in fight;ihg trim.
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MOSTLY COMMENT
The Tribunfe editorially inquires
what Freer, sec'y of the steam
fitters' union, was doing with a
gun in Ins pocket.
Possibly Freer was carrying a
erun because he feared he .might
meet a Tribune slugger some dark
night.
"Savejyduf pennies," said Jawn
D, Rockefeller, to a school teacher
who commented on his having so
much money.
It's a qiich that so long as
Jawn D. artd a few of his ilk are
annexing; all the coin in the coun
try, the teacher won't save any
thing bigger than pennies.
Now why hasn't a cOp as much
right to lobby for a raise of pay
as a civil service commissioner
has?
Even that careful saver of
money, Harry Lauder, wouldn't
sing for a bunch of American To
bacco Trust pirates who offered
him $2,500 to do it. Lauder ap
parently has some self-respect.
Eat onions. There is strength
in them." Dr. Mary Walker.
There are, Mary, there are.
A Hammond, Ind., jury has
found rushing the can legal. Who
said no good could come out of
i Nazareth?
i
close to Chicago.

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