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Y., wMq Ben, O'Sicky, Injured In. a
collision with Ed Horton, failed to
i "win any points there. Anton O'Sicky,
Ben's brother, pulled up to 80 points
the first day at Saranac, tieing Bern.
Then Wheeler went ahead and clean
ed up the meet
Ad Wolgast, back in tovyn to pre-
pare for his Milwaukee meeting with
Goats Doig Monday night, says he
can do a fairly good job of Ighting,
even if his right hand is practically
useless for punching. Ad says he did
wetty well with his left against Cy
Pone Smith in Columbus, and is sat
isfied that he can keep in action until
he recovers the full use of his right.
Bill Classen, roHfog in the Ideal
Bowling league, cmne 'within ten of
', a perfect score. A spare kept him
' from fame.
Dave Shean, formerCub infielder,
' has been appointed Manager -of the
Providence club dl fflk fiaternatipnal
Training A. C. 5, Crescents 4.
Loyola-9, St James f. ,
Lake Forest 48, Armour 13. -I.
A. C. 59, Missouri Meteors 12.
Evanston High 38, Academy 22.
New Trier 36, West Aurora 15.
St Barnabas 22, St Deis 8.
MEMBER TELLS OF HOISTING
The busLaess connection between
the Buildinr Construction Employers'
, Ass'n ancf President James G. Hanna-
han of Lpqal 69, Hoisting Engineers'
Local 69", are 'questioned In a letter
- to The Day-Book from Dennis B."
W Local 69.
p Zeigfer says it should be under
stood that the vote of Local 69 in
favor of Ihe "model agreement" and
the- "peace movement" does not have
the support of a majority of the
members of that local who were In
the orgtmization last year. , Zeigler
"Last April the charter of Local 69
was revoked for an alleged, violation,
of "-the international's constitution
This violation, it was alleged, aroe'
through Local 69 entering into jm,
agreement with the Sewer Contract- '
org' Ass'n. by which the men wera
granted $1.00 per hour, eight hoursLa
day and Saturday Tialf holiday t$e
year around, with double time tot
work Saturday afternoons, Sunday or
holidays. The minimum rate as fixed
was a straight Increase of 25 cent!
per hour for the workmen.
"Strange to say, Hannahan oppos
ed this agreement, as did his ally.
Matt Comerf ord, president of the Jn-j-ternational
and the balance of tniL
gentlemen of the general executive
board. So peeved were they at fh l
men .bettering wages and workiug
conditions that they revoked the
charter of the IqcaL A new' charter
was later issued to Hannahan and &t
of Tils henchmen. They are the onW
organization I have neard of go far
thaWhas endorsed the employed
L T "To us who knowHannahan's rec
ora ana tne iaci mat ne hook action
-against us because of a conttcj.
which raised our wagea-from 75 cents
to $1.00 an hour, it is clear why HanV
nahan has jammed through Locatf 65
a vote of endorsement for. a so-called
model, agreement put out by the
.Building Construction Employer
j Aw'n. - fc
"I want to say right lere en behalf,
of former Local 69 to the, Construcr
tlon Employers' Ass'n that we are
fearful certain of your officers are
j using your .organisation for personal
aggrandizement as James G. Hanna,y
nan aiu our orgiuuzauun uutu we gm
next. In dosing"! wish to say that
the. membership of our local are dje-
termined to stand or fall as one, to
Perhaps the "good old iimes'ae
returning. "With , wheat and b&
Boaring we may be forced back- u
hog and hominy, on which food
I America was DRiit