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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 28, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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dians.7The Redskins have been point
ed for the game, with Illinois and are
going Into the scrap with a chance to
win. Several weeks of practice will
give them a heavy advantage over
Zuppke's squad.
Tennis is on its last, lap for this
year. An open tournament at the
Lawchester Tennis club will start
Saturday, with the men's singles and
doubles. Entries can still be made at
819 Lakeside pi.
Forty-four players competed in. the
open-day tournament of the Woman's
Western Golf ass'n at the Indian Hill
club. Mrs M. B. Pittman of Edge
water and Miss Katherine Forrest of
Skokie tied for first
The Monroe Junior, league opened
its bowling schedule last night Fred
Luby with a score of 243 in one game
featured the play. His Bowler's
Journals took the odd game from the
Eiffels. Rogers Park and Concordia
leagues started play also.
Bobby Waugh of Ft Worth was
given the decision of acheduled fifteen-round
bout with Ad Wolgast,
former champ, in the 6th, when Wol
gast fouled him. They fought at
Shreveport, La.
Harry Grant, twice Vanderbilt
cup winner, was seriously burned
when his car, traveling- about 10Q
miles an hour in the elimination try
outs for the Astor cup, caught fire.
Grant's legs andj arms were scorched
before he could stop the machine and
jump out
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THE WHOLE OR NONE
An Easterner who had bought a
farm in California had heard of his
neighbor's talent for raising large
potatoes, so sent his farmhand over
to get a hundred pounds.
"You go back home," answered the
talented fanner to the messenger,
"and tell your boss that I won't cut
a potato for any one." Ladies' Home
Journal
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When women get the vote, off will
come the duty on Paris gowns.
CHIEF HEALEY BACKS WATER
IN THE HANNA CASE J
When it came to a showdown yes
terday afternoon Chief Healey with
drew his order dismissing Francis
Hanna, morals inspector, from thj
police department. Earlier in the
day the chief received a note from
the corporation counsel's office tell
ing him that the order was illegal and m a
that the only way to get rid of Hanna '
was to suspend him and file charges.
If the. chief had stuck to his original
order he could have been cited for
contempt of court, because Hanna
had gone before Judge Foell and ob
tained an order restraining Healey
from dismissing him.
"He cannot do this because he has
nothing on me," Hanna said. "I have
been operating m'y department on
two-thirds of the appropriation Dan
nenberg had and am making twice as
many inspections and arrests. I claim
my record is good."
Hanna is a former newspaper man
and holds a civil service position. His
friends say that the chief's action was
solely due to his attempt to build a
political machine out of the police de
partment and install his friends in
the executive positions.
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WAR NEWS' OF ONE YEAR AGO
TODAY
Germans occupied town of Moil
and hombarded Lierre on advance to
the siege of Antwerp. Berlin report
ed that Cruiser Emden had sunk sev
eral more British steamers in the In
dian ocean.
French and British war offices re-
ported no change on western front
On orders from the Belgian govern
ment, 38,000 inhabitants of Alost are Qb
reported to have abandoned their
homes.
Budapest admitted Russian ad
vance through the Carpathian moun
tains. London reported German garrison
of Kiao Chau driven into inner de
fenses. ' ----.
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