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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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as Franklin, which also has been
nominated by the "W.-W." stable.
Solar Star, Berlin and Sedan also of
this stable, are with Dodge and
Franklin.
Miscellaneous Scores
Garden City 7, Kankakee 0.
Vohaskas 6, Schrivers 4.
Magnets 10, Merirmacs 2.
Ciceros 6, Chicago Giants 1.
South Chicago 2, West Ends 0.
Ragens 9, Rex Tigers 0.
White Giants 8, Rogers Park 4.
Roseland Eclipse 4, Ideal Bill. 1.
Logan Square 3, Murleys 2.
Normals 11, Romeos 2.
Amer. Giants 6, St. L. Giants 0.
Moore & Evans 6, Wheaton 4.
Rothschild 9, Lawndale 7.
Cubans 4, Beloit 1.
Immac Conception 12, St Phil. 2.
St Charles 2, Queen of Angels 2.
Union Giants 10, Galena 6.
Jeffreys 13, Gunthers 6.
Humboldt Pk. 5, Van Buren 4.
Goethe' 5. Golden Rule 4.
Ellsworth 17, Charity 6.
E. C. Race 17, Hammond 7.
E. Chicago 10, Sherman 1.
Beaconsfield 9, Carnahan 7.
Defiance 14, Pr. Edward 3.
Bowen 27, Whiting 4.
Englewood 11, Amigo 0.
Teutonia 27. Timoleon 12.
Invincible 8, Emmetts 2.
Harmony 4, W. Reserve 3.
Sherman 3, St Jos 2.
St. Ignatius 11, Sebastian 9. .
Precious Blood 16, Holy Ghost 9.
Unity Court 5, Blessed Sacramt 4
Holy Family 15, St Aloysius 9.
Olympia 9, Standards 7.
, Oriental 8, Unity 2.
Onward 12, Pinta 0.
Nina 11, Enterprise 3.
Van Buren 16, Palos 8.
White City 13, N. Century 4.
Wicker Park 17, Eagle 7.
Maplewood 2, N. Chicago 1.
Forwards 4, Oakwoods 2.
E. A. Storrs 3, Maplewood 2.
Douglas Park 13, Garfield Park 11.
Apollo 9, D. O. Markey 0.
Lake 31, Whiting 12.
Jacques Cartier 17, Holy Family 7.
P. Sheridan 8, Humboldt Park 3.
Commercial 8, Columbia 1.
Star 7, Washington 2.
Grand Crossing 8, Filedlity 6.
University 5 Calumet 4.
Englewood 13, Jackson 7.
St Mark's 10, Peace 8.
St Vincent's 13, Q. of Angels 4.
St Clements 13, St Benedict 2.
St Dom. 8, Imm. Conception 1.
Flood A. C, 13, Notre Dame 5.
Palmer 16, Western 15.
SS. Peter & Paul 1, Trouters 0.
Galligans 14, Barrys 4.
La Salle A. C. 7, Cleve. Tigers 1.
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OAK PARK HAS A NEW CLUB
SUBURBANITES UPSET
Oak Parkers are all "het up" over
the opening of a new "club," which
they fear makes more of an appeal to
the "young idea" than the staid, re
spectable uaK faxa uountry club.
The new club is the Keystone, owned
and operated by Laura Pence, known
among the night life characters of
the old days on the South Side.
Laura will supply both music and
feminine partners for those who
would "walk the dog," refreshment
for travelers who are hungry and
thirsty, and genera"! amusement for
the "tired business man."
It ,is not 4iecessary to be endorsed
by the elite or be "a person of stand
ing in the community" to join Lau
ra's club. Cash for a good time is
the great levelcr. If you have that
you can become a member.
The club opened Saturday night
There was dancing through the night
and even the sight of the first Oak
Park family on its way to church did
not check the gayety. Laura, be
decked in smiles and diamonds, did
the receiving. She sajd that while
the opening night was not such a big
affair, there were "great times com
ing." The Oak Parkers are holding war
councils. Chas. W. Seabury, pres. of
the O. P. Country club, and others,
say the new club must go,
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