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oy the manner in which he took the
third race from Wilhite by a wonder
ful sr-urt in the home stretch. Blackie
Daw, who was picked by the "wise
birds" to grab the first race Satur
day, but got away to a bad start and
finished third, is also among those
entered in the handicap.
It is reported that a carload of
horses is "on the way from the Tia
Magnets S, White Giants 4.
Romeos 8, Logan Squares 2.
Rex Tigers 15, Ideals 8.
Normals 2, Murleys 1.
South Chicagos 3, Ragens 1.
Roseland Eclipse 1, Rpgers Park 0.
Garden City 6, Merrimac 5.
Universals 9, Lawndale 6.,
Utah Braus 4, Training 0.
American Giants 4, West Ends 1.
American GiaKts 2, West Ends 1.
Voh. Braves 6, Dodgers 5.
Marquettes 7, Dwight 5.
Holy Name 3. C. M. B. A. 0.
Holy Family 6, Holy Angels 5.
St Vincent 6, St Clement 5.
Lake 12, D. F. Markey 9.
Wicker Park 7, New Century 5.
St. Marini 4, Emmanuel 1.
SS. Peter & Paul 14, Topaz 5.
Henry Clay 8, Prince Edward 5.
F. L. Race 10, Bowen 3.
Webster 12, Golden Rule 1.
Amigo 19, Charity 16.
Feehan 3, Bl. Sacrament 2.
Precious Blood 9, Unity 6.
Van Buren 7, Onward 7.
Standards 5, Eug. Field 3.
Douglas 16, Un. America 1.
Englewood 9, Ellsworth 5.
SOME TROpPS CAN BE THANK-
FUL IN ESCAPING SO-CALLED
"It's not what you are with your trap
It's what you were at home."
Lyric of a Border Kipling.
Illinois militiamen at Camp .Wil
son, Tex., and militiamen of every
I other state have found themselves
tabooed in "the best circles" of San
Antonio, unless they can prove their
The society folks of San Antone
don't want to take any chances of
their daughters falling in love with
common Chicago mechanics who
because of their ability have been
made captains or lieutenants in the
It would be perfectly awful if a
belle of the Alamo would make a
mistake and fall in love with a stock
yards pig sticker, who, because he
was a brave and able soldier had
been made an officer and who be
cause of good looks and excellent
manners, might pass for a real gen
tleman according to the San An
tone society's opinion of what a gen
tleman should be.
And so the social leaders of San
Antone have gotten together and are
sounding the slogan: "We must pro
tect our marriageable daughters."
To aid in separating the "real gen
tlemen" from the "impossibles" tney
have gotten copies of Dun's, Brad
street's and the Blue Books and, aid
ed by the Chamber of Commerce, are
making lists of the guardsmen who
have sufficient social standing or
financial standing at home to per
mit them to gain entree to the "best
homes" of San Antonio.
tn the regular army it doesn't mat
ter about the social standing of the .
forefathers of an officer; by virtue
of the fact that he is an officer he is
accepted as being good enough for a
higher trust of Uncle Sam and there
fore good enough to go ny place on
an equal footing with anyone, no
matter if his dad was a pigsticker.
But in the militia it's different -Snobbishness
and chance for fond
society mothers to get "a good
catch" fpr their daughters must be
E. Chicago 11, Hammond 2.
Invincible 9, Timoleon 0.
St Charles 14, St Philo 2,