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pionship at New York, last night
Conkhn of Chicago finished, second,
Jfess Willard yesterday was oper
ated on for a growth in his nose and
will start training as soon as he re
covers. Tom Jones has mapped out
a campaign for the heavyweight sim
ilar to the one that made Ad Wolgast
Jacques Fournier has batter .436
on the training trip with the White
Sox second squad. Rollie' Zeider's
mark is .365.
Spike Kelly went through some
strenuous boxing" stunts today in
preparation for his bout in Kenosha,
April 11, with Billy Walters. The
man who wins the fight is prepared
to claim the welterweight title, what
ever honor that may be.
. Crane.and Lane high schools meet
today in the second game for the
high school indoor baseball championship.
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He Began Life as a Barefoot Boy.
Paterfamilias was lecturing his son
on education. "Look here, my boy,"
he said, "I made my pile with only
a common school education." "I dare
say,, dad," replied the son; "but it
takes a college education to know
how to spend it."
While Ham Lewis is resting, his
busy whiskers at Hot Springs, the
rest of us will get a rest, too.
That cubist stuff must be the jim
jams of art.
Else why did the Nude descend the
Why secret sessions of that white
slave committee? And with the de
partment store managers?
Old Vic Lawson began scolding the
Progressives right after election. The
old.fox can always tell which way the
cat's going to jump after said cat
We rather imagine Ham Lewis'
chief occupation in Washington will
be trying to look the part.
Cassidy's vote in the 18th ward
may mean that Barney Grogan and
Carter Harrison kissed and made up
before the polls opened.
One of the best illustrations we
have seen of the influence of Chi
cago's great newspapers is the big
vote they DIDN'T pile up against Aid.
And the big papers 'are real peeved
because the bond issue carried after
they had ordered the people not to
vote for it.
But what will happen- if Billy Lori
mer should come back?
'One of the interesting things about
politics, you know, is that sometimes
most always you can't hardly tell a
darned thing about it. .
We hope that legislative investiga
tion of intellectual and organized
charity won't show that our generous
philanthropists have been paying be-low-the-bread-line
wages to any of
the high-brow help.
Did you ever hear of actors and
actresses refusing to donate their
services .gladly for the benefit of
those in distress?
Pretty much red-blooded human
beings, those actor folks. Arid much
more valuable than the400 to human
Our idea of zero in occupations