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has" plenty of time to win His way
into the championship ranks. -
Young Shugrue and Joe Riyers
have been matched for a bout in
New York some time- in August.
The Johnny Kilbane-Johnny Dun
dee.featherweight scrap" will be pulled
off the night of April, 26, instead of
in the afternoon. The baseball sea
son will be open at that time and
Promotor McCarey does not want to
buck the ball tossers for patronage..
Charley -White and Leach Cross,
the New York lightweight, have been
matched for a ten-round go at Mil
waukee, April 17. It- is no cinch the
match will go through. Cross does
not fight outside of New York if he
can avoid it and the 'proposed Mil
waukee go is just a week after his
scheduled fight with Joe Rivers' in
Gotham. If Cross defeats Rivers he
will be a great drawing card and will
want more money than the .Mil
waukee promoters can guarantee. If
he is beaten.decisively by the.Mexican
he may heed more than, a week, to
Trial heats in the third annual in
door meet of, the Conference' coir
leges were held in Patten- gymnas
ium, Northwestern University, 'this
afternoon. The 'westernintercollegi
ateswimming championships will be
staged tonight. V
Rudy Unholz.beat Jack Redmond
in six rounds at Grand Rapids last
night. The Boer floored Redmond in
the last -frame.
Bat Nelson' easiiy defeated Mike
Malone of Denver in ten rounds at
Pres. Wilson didn't favor the elec-
. 1 On nf Tlom T iinno fianauaa Vi a ttto a
Ham Lewis, but because Illinois
Democrats favored Lewis at a pri
mary vote. -
An4 U ...nM- 1
niiw kiiai vvun l1 aucuL nuuuiun
:Wilsahs private opinion of' Ham
Jewis after reading Ham Lewis' pri
vate opinion of Woodrow Wilson In'
the Peoria Star Jetter. , r .-
So don't falp down" and worship
Hanrwith-the notion that he's going
to hand out the 'federal jobs in Illi
nois. Gov. Dunne will be much
closer to the throne. 1
If Chicago really needs the money,
it -would, be fool politics to vote
against that-bond issue merely to em
barrass Mayor Harrison.
There's too, darn much petty poli
.tics in .Chicago too much .fighting
individuals and too little pulling to
gether for' the general jgood.
Now that the senatorial deadlock,
is busted, let's forget all the bosses
and get ready to go to the ball game.
The best man for alderman ought
to be elected in each ward without
regard to" whether he's .a Democrat,
Republican, Progressive, Socialist or
And the best man is the one who
will honestly represent all of the peo
ple instead of merely a few of them.
What .church" or party he belongs
to has about as little to do with the
city's, business as the color of his
hair or- the size of his socks.
J- 0 o
, - NOT DISCRIMINATING
"Oh, thank you," exclaimed the el
derly lady to a laborer who surren
dered his seat in a crowded car;
"thank you very much."
"That's orl right ,mum," was the
rejoinder. As the. lady sat down the
laborer added: .
. "Wot I ses is, a man never ort to
let a wo'man stand. Some men never
gets up unless she's pretty, but you
see, mum, it don't make no difference
i St. Michael's church, Hamburg,
Germany, has an organ with 12,i73
pipes, a total of 288- "voices," the
longest pipes measuring 37 feet.
Teacher Johnny, how can you teil
toadstools from mushrooms? John
nyBy the stomach-ache, . "