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sides track he is a baseball, football j
and basketball star. Both are slated I
for University of Michigan.
Leland Stanford's oarsrnen are pre
paring to show earterners something
new in the shell game. The coast
eight which nearly "distanced Cornell
at Poughkeepsie last summer Is now
in steady training for the Pacific
Coast intercollegiate regatta sched
uled for- April with Stanford, Wash
ington and California competing. The
winner will be shipped east to Pough
keepsie. Basketball Scores.
Illinois 27, Minnesota 22.
West Side Browns 62, Herscher 34.
Lane 29, Senn 12.
Wendell Phillips 20, U. High 5.
Warren Av. 14, Triangle A. C. 9.
Sherman Maroons 83, Swift 8.
Oak Park Reds 36, Holy Name 28.
BEAUTY OF NAVY SET CHARMING
MRS. DAVID TAYLORS
They call her the "beauty of the
navy set,' and her charming hospi
tality has given her prominence in
Copper produced in the U. S. last
year was valued at $236,000,000.
MERRIAM FIGURES SHOW BIG
"Criminal complaints in Chicago
from May to Nov., 1914, 9,918.
' Criminal complaints In same period
of 1915, 14,827.
On these statistics, brought out be-'
fore the council by Aid. Merriam, his
order was passed directing the police
committee of the council to look into
the reasons Why the main recom-,
mendations of the council crime'
com'n were never acted on and find
out the cause of the tremendous
"Upon the recommendations of the
crime com'n the people voted-a $50,
000 bond issue for a shelter home for
women and another $200,000 for new
police stations," Merriam stated.
"The commission did good work."
OPPOSE MEDICAL EXAMINATION
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
A complaint that the doctors of the
health departments are using chil
dren of the public schools as clinical
material has been filed with the board
of education by Harry B. Anderson,
sec'y of the National League for Med
He says that the health department
has no right to require examination
and treatment for children, many of
whose parents do not believe in the
value of their methods.
He objects to the time which med
ical examination takes from the
study hours of the school children.
"Isn't there something wrong about
this pudding?" inquired the young
husband of his wife, who was learn
ing war cooking. "Certainly not, my
dear," she replied indignantly. "The
recipe in the cook book says it's per
fectly delicious." -
"In heaven," said the sentiments
maiden, "a man is never separated
from his wife." "I beg your pardon,"
interrupted the misogynist, "but I
think you are getting mixed in yotn