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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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sional ball and -will report to the
Hose next spring.
In the Union Printers' National
Baseball league tournament at In
dianapolis yesterday Chicago" won
from Boston, 8 to 3, and Pittsburgh
beat Indianapolis, 3 to 2.
Ernest Kockler now leads Velo
drome bike riders in points scored for
the Newark trip. Prior to last night's
races Kockler and E. Daveni were
tied for first honors, but in the spe
cial race over a distance of one mile
Kockler finished ahead of his fiield,
thereby going into first place with
two firsts and one second place to
his., credit. Daveni finished second.
Vanderpaelt of the Belgian-American
club was third.
-The other feature was the ten-mile
open. Olaf Lodal of the Mystic A. 0.
took this event, winning by half lap.
Miscellaneous Scores
Garden City 3, Stahls 0.
Gunth'ers 5, Aurora 3.
Amer. Giants 6, Lincoln 5.
Kimballs 2, Starcks. 1.
Beaconsfield 11, Golden Rule 1.
Howards 8, Proviso 6.
Ashland 13, Elgins 2.
Precious Blood 13, Blessed Sac. 7.
St. Rose 12, St. Aloysius 2.
Feehan 9, Harmony 7.
Douglas 7, Van Buren 2.
Rogers Park 7, So. Chicago 5.
Normals 10, West Ends 3.
Murleys 10, White Giants 4.
Rex Tigers 16, Romeos 7.
Ideals J.0, Logan faquares 6.
Cicero 11, Braves 1.
SS. Peter and Paul 1, S.W. Bant 0.
Wallace 4, Leaders 1.
Touters 6, Justrites 2.
Sportsmen 7, Lake Forest 3.
Waukegans 4, Merrimacs 3.
Grand Crossing 5, Shamrocks 3.
Joliet 12, Chicago Heights 10.
Naps 8, Amos o.
La Salle 12, Sheridan 9.
Leudells 1$ .Barrys 1.
Peace 5, St John 3.
Galligans 4, Hammond 1.
McHenry 9, Dundees 4.
Phil Sheridan 1, Star 0.
St, Charles 8, Im. Conception 6.
Eug. Field 5, Monroe 4.
Oriental 6, Nina 2. .
Standard 8, Unity 1.
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SENATOR LANE FOR PUBLICITY
IN TAX THEFTS
By Basil M. Manly tfv
Washington," Aug. 7. "You can '
count on me not only to vote for pub
licity of income tax returns, but also ,
to work for passage qf any measure
that will accomplish that result," said
Senator Lane of Oregon, when I
asked him today for a statement of
his position on the Poindexter
amendment to insure publicity of in
come tax returns so that the tax
dodgers can be spotted.
"The Newspaper Enterprise ass'n
did a fine piece of public service inn
commissioning you to make an in-
vestigation of the workings of tha7
income tax and in giving your find-
ings such wide publicity. The only
thing that will save any human in
stitution from corruption and, decay
is publicity.
The frauds disclosed by your in-i
vestigation are truly enormous in ex
tent $320,000,000 almost exceeds
the power of the imagination but
after seeing, as I have, the Indians as
wards of this nation robbed of mil
lions of dollars' worth of their tribal
property by the very same crowd of
people who are nojy evading their in
come taxes, I am not at all surprised.
"Furthermore, if you had seen the
supine indifference with which the
government officials stand by while
the Indians, whom they are commis
sioned to protect, are being robbed,
you would not be surprised at the in
difference and unconcern which the A"T
officials of the treasury department J
have apparently displayed with re- j
gard tot the income tax frauds. !
"The newspapers served by the
Newspaper Enterprise ass'n are
making a splendid fight in its cam
paign Tor publicity of the income tax
returns and I am with them to tho
end,"
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