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defeated Paul Martinson in straight,
falls at Riverview, using the body
scissors hold which defeated Charlej
Jack Britton outpointed Johnny
Griffiths easily Jn 12 rounds at Can
ton, Ov Britton" drew away from his
opponent in the closing rounds.
White Giants 2, Romeos 0.
Eclipse 6, City Fuel 2.
Wiederrechts 9, Universals 8.
Normals 8, Magnets 2.
Kramer Colts 6, Gertenrich 1.
Gunthers 3, Tigers 1.
U. S. Army 6, Murleys 5.
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
Germans forced back ten miles in
the Marne valley. Siege of Paris de
clared not an immediate probability.
Russia claim to have taken 82,000
Austrian prisoners along the Vistula
and the Bug. Declares entire 45th
regiment surrendered near Lublin.
Ghent surrendered to Germans by
Breslau and Goeben of German
fleet now flying Turkish flag, but
Turkey insists she is still neutral.
Spanish steamship Montserrat
seized on high sea by British with. 150
German reservists on board.
LATEST GOLDFISH SHOW
New York, Sept. 7. Brooklyn is to
have a goldfish show. There will be
blue ribbons for the best goldfish in
different classes, and on the second
day five silver loving cups will be
awarded, together with several gold
medals. The fish shows are to be
held under the auspices of the Amer
ican Federation of Goldfish Fanciers.
NOT VERY HANDY, BUT IT FOOLS
In Akron, O., the girls are wearing
''knee watches," at least they are if
they are following the fashion set by
Miss Verna Elliott, prettiest of Ak
ron's belles who is that scared of
pickpockets that she designed .the
knee-watch pocket just to fool them.
"It isn't such a handy place for me,
but this knee-pocket is very unhandy
for the pickpocket," explains Miss
Elliott, tilting her skirt to show the
watch not the red striped hose. "I
Miss Verna Elliott and Her "Knee
know it's 'advanced,' but so is the'
trench skirt and the fad of carrying
live birds on the promenade and no
one seems to mind them. Mine is a
sensible fad and I hope folks will