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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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and everything else, and In his pre
liminary work he was off in his
Golfers have always said that if
Evans could --convince himself he
could win the "national honor he
would go out and win it But it seems
that he has always regarded himself
a chronic semi-finalist and he has
been left in the semi-finals.
This year Evans seemed to have
the confidence. Probably it was
brought on by his success in various
matches lately. But despite this
seeming confidence, Chick was easily
ousted by his old rival, Ned Sawyer.
Davidson Herron. of Pittsburgh
Granting that the average con
sumption of tires by motor cars is
eight tires a car a year; which in
cludes all types of vehicles, there will
be required during 1916 not less than
20,000,000 tires, valued at from $300,
000 to $400,000,000.
AS 'THE CRAB"
FIGHTS ALL THE UMPIRES
AND DCNT GIVE A DAB
fioerc Licence. exrcHotB K
TO COLO IN THE. HC.HO mmmJ
CONCERNING THE TURNERS
Leopold Neumann, organizer for
United Societies, issued statement to
day deriding rumor that German
Turners are drilling for-war. Says
U. S. will get many soldiers from the
turning'societies if warts declared on
There are 3.000 turners in Chicago
belonging to the different "societies.
LOOK WHO'S HERE!
Ass't Weather Forecaster Mite
on job. Has enticed summer here
short visit Thermometer expect'
to reach 80 degrees.
Belgian women are embroide
the flour sacks sent from Ame:
containing the food which savi
them froni-starvation. They will send
the embroidered sacks back to Amer-v
ica as souvenirs.