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has1 -won several fights. He starts
either hand for a vulnerable point
and stopping it suddenly, shoots
through the other hand. This "de
layed punch," as it has been called
and incorrectly described-heretofore,
put Klaus to sleep twice and knock
ed out several other boxers.
BASKETBALL PLAYS THAT WILL
By W. E. Meanwell.
(Wisconsin Univ. Basketball Coachj)
The play: Center tips off backward
to No. 5 in right guard position. No.
5 passes to No. 1, 2 or 3 close to bas
ket, immediately returning to guard
his forward opponent.
Nos. 1 and 2 cross into opposite
forward position and await pass.
No. 3 dashes to basket at center
and awaits pass.
Nos. 1, 2 or 3 shoot basket
Solid line shows course of players
at tip off. Dot and dash line shows
course of player after pass. Zig zag
shows course of ball.
NEW SOCIALIST JUDGE IN COURT
.Hamilton, O., Jan. 8. Judge Hor
ace C. Shank, 'first Socialist judge in
Ohio, is administering a new brand of
justice on the muny court bench here.
Besides holding court in the day time
he sits on the bench at night, too,
whenever there is a case requiring his
"I expect to administer justice in
its largest sense," says Shank. "If
it's necessary to put in extra hours to
handle all cases promptly, I expect to
do it Much crime can be avoided
by prompt administration of justice."
Shank is urging the police force to
adopt the golden rule. He has or-"
dered policemen to direct plain
drunks to their homes instead of the
city prison. Recalcitrant jags that
land in. the city's lockup Saturday
nights are to be tried Sunday morn
ings in Shank's court.
"They may need their Sunday rest
to be ready for work Monday," Shank
MAYOR TRIES TO PASS BUCK
WASTE COMMISSION BALKS
Mayor Harrison has fallen down
in his efforts to pass the buck in the
present garbage mess to the city
The commission is very wrathy
over a letter received from the may
or, in which he put up to them the
solution of the problem of providing
a remedy during the summer
months. . .
Aid. Merriam characterized the
mayor's letter as a "lot of cheap po
litical bunk" and accused him of hav
ing done everything in hfs power in
the past to hinder the work of the
commission, and now when he's in
deep water he is trying to get out
If Thursdays were pay-days, the
"ghost would walk 53 times in 1914,