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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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race begins. The judges retain one
print and the. driver carries another.
At Candle the driver submits the
photos to inspectors, who compare
them with the dogs The comparison
is made again when the race is done.
The race is held early in April,
when winter is beginning to relax
its grip. It has become an event to
he observed as religiously as the 4th
of July or Christmas. It is an attrac
tion that draws sightseers for miles,
and on hs outcome small fortunes
are staked.
John Johnson, with 18 Siberian
wolfhounds, won the race this year
in 81 hours and 3 minutes. It was
Johnson who, m 1911, was brought
in helpless, suffering from snow
blindness, far behind the winner. It
was Johnson again, who, in 1910, es
tablished a record of 74 hours and
14 minutes a record that still
stands.
Here are the winners and time
since 1910
1910 Johnson 74:14:20
1911 "Scotty" Allan' 81:40:00
1912 "Scotty" Allan 87:32:00
1913 Pay Delzene 75:18 :0tt
1914 Johnson 81:03:00
Allan's team finished second this
year and Frey Ayer's racers came
in third.
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Lloyds is insuring Englishmen
against mumps, epidemic in" London.
SENATOR'S DAUCHTER.POPULAR
AT THE CAPITAL
Wv
Shively
Washington, D. C. They call her
the "school girl belle" in Wshington,
for, although Miss Mary Shively,
daughter of Sen. B. P. Shively, gives
more attention to books than she
does to society, she is exceedingly
popular in that set that includes the
younger boys "and girls of the law
makers. Miss Shively will spend the
summer in Indiana.
TUNE YOUR SINGER?
ORGANS AND SEWING
MACHINES TUNED AND
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