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An Adles Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
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VOL.3, NO. 21 9 ' Chicago, Monday, June 15, 1914 ONE'CENT
IF CHICAGO WANTS HEALTHY MEN
BOYS MUST PLAY AND HAVE FUN
Council Should Consider the Boys Who Work arid Are:
. Changing Fron Boyhood to Manhood Editor, J
r if " n t c c x a "V
,. iocnran manes oome suggestions xs
f' To How It Can Be Done.
BY N. D. COCHRAN.
The quick response of public offi
cials to Eddie O'Connor's demand for
playgrounds for working boys shows
that these, men have not forgotten
their boyhood days, and that they un
derstand what is back of that appeal
for morejplay and more fun.
We have made a start toward play
grounds for children, and a good
stark The immediate need, .however,
Is- for.moreattejitip tq-the -physical
needs of vworking boys who -are pass
ing through that changing period
when the boy is becoming' a man.
The kind of man he is going to be
depends largely upon how1 the natural
demand for recreatioji," or play, is
met by parents and those charged
with responsibility of training bjys
for useful manhood.
Health is. a prime requisite. The
.body needs wholesome iexerci$ebfe-
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