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has been matched with Joe Mando't
for atwenty-round scrap on the coast
- May 20. If Anderson succeeds in
putting away Mandot he Trill be given
a chance at Rivers.
Jack Dillon of, Indianapolis and
Larry English of Brooklyn meet in
six rounds at Pittsburgh tonight.
Dillon, is in great condition and
should win the mill.
College and School Scores.
Chicago 12, Iowa 7.
Illinois, 9,-Indiana '5.
Northwestern 9, Loyola 1.
Knox 8, Lombard 7.
Michigan 4, Alma 1.
-De PaullO, St Phillips-3. - .
Wendell JPhillips 7, University
High 3. . .
Lee O'Neil 'Browne 4rid Speaker
McKlnJey almost had a Boston tea
party in the House yesterday.- A nice
time, was had by all.
Henry M Hyde of the Trib is ex-,
pected to be given a reception by Big
Business soon after "his compliment
ary story in today's Trib.
Several of the best-known Demo
crats, who have been suffering from
Hearstism, have been taken down
1t is said, indeed, that the' latter
disease has reached the nature of an
epidemic and that many well-known
persons are marking their doors "with
crosses above which-are inscribed
"May the Lord Have Mercy On Us."-
Ed Barrett still is a promiheptfig
ure at Judge Kersten's Mardi" Gras.
A large number of Ed's friends are
helping Ed be prominent.
Lafe Young, who used to be a..U. S.1
senator, said politics needs less
statesmen. Could politics have less
Andy Lawrence, our well-known,
publisher' of hearstbunk fame, has
not yet filed a libel suit against Jack"
Johnson, the prominent husband of
. A. SAD TALE x
C. A. Carlson, 6936 Perry ay., con
tractor, arrested for speeding.