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major organizations, but that the re
serve clause will not be respected.
For instance, if a man has signed
with the Cubs for next year he will
not be tampered with. But if he is
merely under reserve the Feds will
have no hesitancy in agoing to him
with a contract.
Ralph Rose, holder of the Olympic
and world's records for shot putting,
died yesterday in San Francisco of
typhoid fever after a short illness.
Rose was 28 years old.
He attended Michigan University
after graduating from a California
high school, and first attracted at
tention by his prowess with the iron
ball on Ferry Field. For eight years
be has been a leading figure in ama
teur athletics. He has been a member
of the last three Qlympic teams, and
took first place at Athens and Lon
don, He finished second to McDon
ald, his teammate, in Stockholm,
though the winning mark was short
of Rose's record of 51 feet flat for the
16-pound shot, made in 1909. Rose
also held all American records with
the 8, 12, 18, 21 and 28-pound
Rose has been practicing law in
California for several years.
Football games scheduled for to
Chicago vs. Iowa at Marshall field.
Northwestern vs. Illinois at Urbana
Purdue vs. Wisconsin at Lafayette.
Minnesota vs. Nebraska at Lincoln.
Ohio State vs. Oberlin at Oberlin.
Michigan vs. Mich. A. at Ann Arbor
Yale vs. Lehigh at New Haven,
Harvard vs. H. Cross at Cambridge
Princeton vs. Syracuse at Syracuse
Dart, vs. Williams at Hanover.
Cornell vs. Bucknell at Ithaca.
Carlisle vs Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
Penn. vs. Brown at Philadelphia.
Private bullfights are occasionally
given by the very rich people in
Madrid, and guests are invited to
them as they would be to a dinner.
NEWSBOYS' UNION GRANTED A
CHARTER IN A. F. OF L.
The American Federation of Labor
has recognized and granted a charter
to the Newsboys' Union of Chicago.
At a meeting held last night at 80
W. Washington street a charter was
presented to them by President John
Fitzpatrfck of the Chicago Federa
tion of Labor.
This is a distinct blow to the News
papers Publishers' Ass'n, which has
persistently fought any attempt on
the part of the newsboys to come
under the protecting wing of the par
ent labor union body.
It is a great victory for the boys
and proves the newspaper trouble of
last summer was not in vain. They
have arisen from that much stronger
than ever before.
The newspaper publishers, in their
fight against the affiliation of the
newsboys and A. F. of L., set; forth
the ridiculous claim that newsboys
were "merchants" and they would re
fuse to regard them as laboring men
or as members of the labor organi
zation. With this protection of the nation
al body the boys will be able to wipe
out some of the circulation methods
made stylish among circulation boss
es by Max Annenberg, first as circu
lation manager of the American and
now with the Tribune.
The American Federation of Labor
also granted charters to two other
newsboys' unions in addition to the
SEARCH FOR BOX OF $20,000
Calumet, Mich., Oct. 17. .Sheriff's1
force are hunting iron box said to
contain $20,000 found and lost byr?
William Leclerc and Joe Tremblayy
12-year-old boys. According to tha
story the lads tell they found .the box
by the railroad nine mouths ago, and
frequently dipped ' into it, taking
about five dollars at a time. Last
night when they went to the spot
where they had hidden it they discov
ered it had been stolen.