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nanient Jack Hutchinson of Pitts
burgh was second, 288. J. M. Barnes,
Whitemarsh, was two strokes behind
the Pittsburgher. Walter Fovargue,
Skokie, was the best of the Chicago
pros with a score of 299.
The benefit boxing and wrestling
show for Harry Forbes did not come
off as scheduled at the Coliseum last
night. The efficient police force con
cluded the law was being violated
and would not allow the boxing
matches. The assembled fans took
the disappointment with good na
ture. Several leading scrappers
talked a bit and Manager Rowland
and Buck Weaver of the White Sox
addressed the assembled multitude.
The wrestling matches were well
Swift Arrow, a Chippewa chieftian(
has turned his 128th birthday anni
versary, if he sticks to it he may
yet see the St Louis Browns grab
That the meek shall inherit the
earth we do not doubt, but at the
present rate of destruction there will
not be much left for them to inherit
HAIL, HAIL, THE GANG'S ALL HERE!
One of life's little miracles: Getting
the right telephone number the first
time you give it
What's become of the old-time
minstrel shows we used to see?
Folks train for playing baseball,
They train for track events.
They train for football battles,
Do our athletic gents.
They train for nearly every game,
With one exception yes,
We hardly think they ever train
For thrilling games of chess.
Well, anyway, a lot of militia
boys drew a fine trip to the bor
der and a lot more are still slated
And those on the inside are not
doing a great deal of worrying about
having to take part in a war.
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Heroes come and heroes go, but
Bryan goes on forever. Those two
guys in the sketch above simply are
not up to the times.
And yet when Bill was in Chicago
recently no crowds followed him.
Cause for silence: "Let us
Chicago jumping-off place: The
Addison station of the Northwestern
"L" when the Cubs are "at home."
Indoor shorts: The loser after a
penny ante game.
Yucatan denies she' has declared
war on Uncle Sammy. We doubt if
she would have the gum-ption.
With the border down in that par
ticular portion of the U. S. "Go west,
my son, go west" is a right popular
saying right now.
It makes you sore: A pair of
Interlocutor I understand, Mr.
Bones, as an artist you enjoy draw
ing vegetables more than anything
Mr. Bones I sure do!
Inter. And why is that?
Mr. B. Wouldn't you rather draw
salary than most anything else?
It's funny what artists on the
comic page get away with nowadays.
Tiny Tilda's taking trips with
troopers is the song IT. S. should sing
judging from the number of the fair
sex who are journeying to the bor
der as war brides or just sweethearts,