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moral for some of the youngsters of
the game if they want to take it
Anton O'Sickey of Cleveland won
the international indoor skating
championship at Pittsburgh, scoring
130 points in the three nights. Carl
Fisher of Milwaukee was second and
Ben O'Sickey third.
In the pocket billiard championship
games yesterday the scores were:
Ralph 100, Greenleaf 66; Layton 100,
Blankenship 28; Weston 100, Chap
man 40; Concannon 100, Taberski
University of Chicago natators de
feated Illinois swimmers at Bartlett
gym, 49 to 19. Pavlicek, Maroon
star, entered and won the back
stroke, despite the fact he has been
declared a professional by the A. A.
TJ. Complications may come later
when college men seek to enter A. A.
TJ. events. A different code of rules
govern the two divisions.
Lake Forest 41, De Paul 17.
Meteors 21, Norcos 19.
Seward Blues, 36, Exmoor 10.
Lewis Institute 17, McKinley 1L
St, Cyril 45, De La Salle 23.
Parker 15, Calumet 14.
Marshall 9, Austin 6.
Lane 20, Senn 13.
Medill 19, Phillips 5.
Crane 16, Lane 12;
Phillips 33, Tilden 0.
Marshall 14, Lake View 5.
Wisconsin has from time to time
been an annex of various other states.
After Ohio was admitted to the
Union, Wisconsin from 1805 to 1809
formed a part of Indiana territory.
From 1809 to 1818 Wisconsin was
embraced in the territory of Illinois.
When Illinois became a state all the .
country north of it, including Wis-
consin, was joinea to jmcnigan. Aiier
more than forty years of shifting
Wisconsin was admitted into the
Union with her present boundaries in
MANDEL BASEMENT ORDINANCE
NOT PUT TO VOTE
Complying with the request of Wil
liam Sexton, att'y for Mandel Bros.,
Aid. Geo. Pretzel yesterday did not
call up the ordinance which will legal
ize the sub-basement of that depart
ment store if passed.
Sexton, corporation counsel under
the Harrison administration, has
been retained by Mandel Bros, as
their attorney in this fight for a spe
cial privilege from the council. Sex
ton wrote a letter to Aid. Pretzel, who
is chairman of the buildings and
grounds committee of the council,
asking him to hold it off, that he
hadn't been able to see some alder
men regarding it because he was go
ing out of town.
Sexton is very well acquainted with
certain aldermen. He can put up a
good argument to them on how they
The Mandel Bros, sub-basement or
dinance has been hanging around the
council committees for a year now.
Present Fire Chief O'Connell says it's
safe. Former Chief Horan, killed in
the stockyards fire, was against sub
basements. Some physicians say it's
healthy; others say it isn't. But, get
ting away from those issues, the
question devolves down to the dry,
bare fact: Shall Mandel Bros, be per
mitted a special permit to break a
Aldermen "who have followed the
measure with watchful eyes declare
that this stalling on the part of Man
del Bros, is a sign of weakness. They
say the ordinance is not going to be
Att'y Sexton, shortly before he left
town, told a Day Book reporter that
he thought there were enough votes
now in the council to pass the meas
ure. From the text of-the letter Mr.
Sexton has evidently changed his
mind since talking with the reporter.
As usual, Germany begins the
"spring drive" business ahead of the