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says he has given Cross three deci
sive trimmings; and that the work is
This leaves the way clear for the
proposed meeting between Rivers
and Ad Wolgast in Milwaukee the
night of Jan. 23. Tom Jones, Wol
gast's manager, agreed to the fight
yesterday, and Joe Levy, acting for
Rivers, wired from Los Angeles that
he was willing to sign.
Dr. W. E. Meanwell of Wisconsin
UniversityTs athletic staff, is the most
successful basketball coach in the
Prof. W. E. Meanwell, coach of
champion Wisconsin University bas
ketball team, whose teams have lost
but two games in six years. .
country. He never coached a loser.
In six" years his teams have lost just
He coached the Wisconsin Univer
sity five td two conf erenccchampion
ships. One team lost one game. An
other was .undefeated.
Before going to Wisconsin Dr.
Meanwell coached four teams in Bal
timore. These teams lost one game.
From all over the land coaohes
write Dr. Meanwell for help in coach
ing their teams. He is the recognized
authority of the sport.
Dr. Meanwell has written several
stories for The Day Book, telling how
to train and how to, execute the piv
otal plays of the game. These les
sons, for that's what they are, will
materially aid any team to execute
the plays which have made Dr. Mean
well's fives famous.
The world-girdling Giants and Sox
stopped off in Brisbane, Australia,
long enough to play a ball game yes1
terday, the Giants winning, 2 to 1.
The teams immediately beat it for
Harry Goelitz, former Oak Park
football and track marvel, expelled
from Mercersburg a few days ago,
will become a student at University
of Illinois. This will gice Coach Zup
ke another of his former football
pupils to work with, as Macomber
svill be eligible for the eleven next
WILL FIGHT HEALTH LAW
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. '3. "Cupid's
boycott" has opened in Wisconsin,
and opposing factors are lined up for
the fight on the "eugenics law." Up
to noon Wednesday 160 licenses had
been issued. Yesterday but one man
had applied and been refused, be
cause he. didn't bring a health certi
ficate. Albert Peterson will test the con
stitutionality of .the act by man
damus against the clerk, forcing the
issuance of the license if physicians
refuse to make the examination for
the .legal fee of $3. '
County clerks say the test provid
ed for in the law means the Was
serman test and physicians in Wis
consin refuse to make this test for
$3. They say it costs three times
that much to make it.
Therefore, physicians refuse to is
sue health certificates. A license can't
be obtained without one. To go out-.
side the state to marry means that
the happy couple cannot return,
within a year for .fear of prosecution, i