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N. D. COCHRAN
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER.
COO SO. FKORIA ST. CHICAGO, IM.
Editorial. Monroe 963
telephones circulation. Monroe 8SM
SUBSCRIPTION By Carrier in Chicago,
SO cent a Month. By Mall. United
States and Canada. JS.OO a Year.
Entered as second-class matter April
21, 1914. at the postofllee at Chicago,
I1L. under the Act of March I. 1878.
YOU MEN HAD BETTER WATCH
OUT! What are we to expect of the
woman of 1920?
In 1915 we have a high school girl,
Miss Ruth McCabe of Tacoma,
Wash., throwing a baseball 209 feet
5 inches; a woman trapshooter, Mrs.
Harold Almert of Chicago, breaking
46 of 50 flying targets; two girl stu
dents of Tulane university, New Or
leans, boxing for the championship
of Louisiana; Jacquline Thompson,-,
an Evanston, DL, girl, swimming 40
yards in 30 2-5 seconds.
In 1915 we also have women in all
parts of the country hurrying
through household work to get on
the tennis courts, golf links and bath
ing beaches and traveling hundreds
of miles to take part in an archery
In all these events women compet
ed against women, but in almost
every other case the marks set were
so close to the marks made by men,
it is hard for anyone, except an ex
pert, to see much difference.
Women are going in for outdoor
sports more and more every year.
This has been a banner summer, and
each year women are getting nearer
and nearer athletic relords of men.
So we ask about the woman of
1920: Will she stand at the traps
and shoot in competition with men?
Will she enter swimming races,
against men without fear of being1 '
outclassed? Will important tourna
ments in golf and tennis be mixed in
stead of for men only? It should not
REFORM BY SURGERY. A Los
Angeles lad, who has spent most of
his days in a reformatory, was oper
ated on recently and a spheroid of
bone impinging directly upon motor
center of the brain was removed.
The physicians declare positively
that the resultant irritation was all
that had made the boy vicious and
that hereafter he will be good.
These surgeons, eminent mea,
state that such cases are by no
means unusual and that proper sur
gical attention would be efficacious
in most cases.
Uuhappily, the parents of these af
flicted youths are, as a rule, too poor
to secure such attention.
What a great thing it would be if
the principal municipalities of this
country would establish free clinics
fpr the redemption of these unfor-
THE GOLF NUT
He Well, my dear, what did yotw
golf bug dentist say?
She Well, when he looked in my
mouth he said: "Teeth off, stump
properly bunkered. It'll be a grand
niblick shot to get out of there in
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