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ashamed of. Few men have been
able to do better against Dundee in
their first trial, for the Scotch Wop
has a ring style different from any
other man. A few fights like that of
yesterday are better than columns of
publicity work in a campaign" for-.the
return of boxing to this vicinity.
Romeos 6, Rex Tigers 5.
Rogers Park 9, Logan Square 8.
West Sides 6, South Sides 0.
Hammond Q, South Chicago 5.
Vohaskas 2, Merrimacs 0.
Peabody 6, Hartmans 5.
Normals 7, Marquettes 3.
Grand Crossing 5, Roseland 4.
Jones Stars 6, Naperville 2.
Gunthers 4, Joliet 3.
Laporte 9, Jake Stahls 1.
SS. Peter and Paul 7, Univ. BilL 4.
Murleys 3, Utah Braus 0.
American Giants 3, Cubans 2.
Cicero 2, Lawndale 1.
Mutuals 7, Lawndales 0.
Galligans 6, S. W. State Bank 4.
Magnets 3, White Giants 1.
Garden City 10, Premiers 3.
Garden City 4, Premiers 1.
Busse A. C. 8, Hermitage Tigers 6.
St. Vincents 1, Feehair 0.
Allen Stars 21, Fusileers 12.
Bein Colts 12, Division A. C. 6.
Grace All-Stars 6, Bensonville 3.
Gunthers 4, Joliet 3.
Jack Dillon hammered Jim Flynn
into submission in four rounds at
Bartlesville, Okla. Flynn was a mark
for the man killer, staying down half
a minute when the final blow was
Ad Wolgast fouled Fred Welsh in
the 11th round at Denver, the cham
pion winning. Until the low blow was
struck, admittedly an accident, Wol
gast was holding his own with the
Briton. Welsh claimed he was fouled
in the third, but the claim was not
Johnny Griffiths outpointed Charlie
White in a 12-round boxing match at
Canton, O. White was outweighed
12 pounds. Griffiths made the affair
a boxing nimatch, at which branch of
the game he far excelled the Chica
goan. White had the better of it
when he could force the fighting to
close quarters and slug.
Joe Mandot gave Jimmy Minor the
worst beating of his life in eight
rounds at Memphis. Mandot nearly
scored a knockout in the third.
Ralph De Palma won the 110-mils
auto derby at Ft. Snelling, Minn., at (V
an average speed of 91.08 miles an
hour. Johnny Aitken was second.
Strangler Lewis and Joe Stecher
wrestled five hours withouEa fall at
Omaha, the spectators furnishing the
only interest by bombarding the con
testants with cushions. Lewis was
content to stay on the defensive the
Chicago A. A. Juniors won the
track and field championship of ju
nior Central A. A. U. at Joliet, scor
ing 93 points. I. A. C. was second
with 56, and Mystic A. C. finished
third with 16.
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WOMEN PRAISE HOYNE
State's Att'y Hoyne was declared
by the new Chicago Woman's po
litical advisory board to be "one of
the best, if not the best, state's at
torney that Cook county has ever
had." He was recommended for re
nomination by the Democrats. Ben
edict J. Short was the preference
among the Republicans. The direct
ors of the tfoard include Mrs. Viola
Greene, Mrs. W. N. Seeley, Mrs. Wm.
Severin, Mrs. Mark Henry, Mrs. W.
C. M. Keough, Mrs. L. Brackett
.Bishop, Mrs. J. P. McMannis and Mrs,
The report that the Central Rail
way of Brazil has resolved to com
pletely abolish the use of coal as lo- )
comotive fuel and to substitute oil
therefor calls attention to South
America's chronic fuel problem. With
coal scarce at a price which has
ranged from $25 a ton in the middla
of March to $35 in the middle of
April, industrial activities are bat-i
tling with a serious handicap.