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damage his reputation. There is lit
tle room for belief that the New
Yorker could whip the champion, but
he might providesome hot entertain
ment " --
For a time after the argument Jess
talked largely about how little he
cared about the $47,000 purse, and
was probably talking some sense,
when we remember what portion of
the coin will be his after his various
managers, backers and hangers-on
get through slicing their share. But
Tom Jones quickly changed the mind
of the champion and all is serene
Charley White is doing some faith
ful and diligent training for his bout
in Cincinnati next Monday night
with Matt Wells. Charley still feels
the sting of the defeat the Briton
handed him and wants to wipe it off
the slate. He is working every day
at O'Connell's gym, polishing his eye
and getting the gauge on distance.
This fight means a lot to the local
Johnny Ertle, the St Paul midget,
will fight Roy Moore in Minneapolis
Wednesday night Ertle made a good
record on his eastern trip and should
draw a crowd.
Madonna 11, Loyola 3.
Training 4, Dvorak 1.
De Soto 8, Edson Keith 4.
Vilas A. A. 13, Delphi A. A. 2.
St Patrick 12, St. Andrew 3.
Pullman 2, Packards 0.
Chicago Americans 3, Campbell
Lincoln Park 2, Slavia 0.
Corinthians 2, Caledonians 1.
Joliet 7, McDuffs 0.
Einar Hancke of the Edelweiss
team, Chicago, took the lead in the
all-events of the American Bowling
Congress at Toledo with a count of
1,847. The Edelweiss five-man team
went into second place with 2,813
The Intercity Baseball association
met yesterday at the Morrison Hotel,
with 15 teams represented. The com
mittee reported that it had made ar
rangements to hold the association's
banquet March 23. The season will
open April 16, although the Gunthers
will play a practice game at De Paul
field April 9.
California has produced something
besides tennis champions, climate
and sun-kissed oranges, according to
the latest dope on Norman Ross, ath
lete of the Olympic club of Frisco. At
a recent athletic meet this native son
captured first place in the broad and
high jumps, high hurdles, and shot
put, the 100 and 220 yard dashes, 50
and 100 yard swims and the single
and double canoe races. Ten firsts in
six hours! Some versatile bloke at
Walter Meiller, minor leaguer, has
threatened Billy Sullivan's title as
champion catcher of balls dropped
from the skyline.
Performing recently for a movie
concern, Meiller speared three of six
balls pegged from the top of the Sa
vannah wireless tower, 350 feet. He
wore a catcher's glove and mask.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILL
ISSUE MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Clean Living, a monthly magazine
to be published for the health depart
ment and edited by a staff of 24 phy
sicians will make its first appearance
April 1. Health Com'r John Dill
Robertson will be editor in chief.
The object of the magazine will be
to increase the health standard and
lower the death rate in Chicago. An
endeavor will be made to get the
magazine, free of cost, into the
hands of people who can most bene
fit from the information and instruc
tions it will contain.
Some one who does not want his
name used has agreed to finance
Clean Living for a year. It is esti
mated that it will cost $1,000 an is
sue to get it out.
China's shipping meat to Philippines.