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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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flight, inolqAWS Miss EJaiqe Rosen
thal, present champion, who did not
have tp Qualify. ' 4llH
Phil Virgentf knopfcetf out Jimmy
Travers pi Chicago, in ninth round
at New Orleans, Travers was badly
Rpvfard Drew, ( colored sprinter,
holder of ttie record for the lOQ-yard
dash, is paralyse and -will never
compete on -the track again. Re
cent athletic activities are helieved
to have, caused a strain.
Thirty clubs, counting the thirteen
in the City league, will make the race
for the Sweitzer- cup this year, ac
cording to plans shaped at last
night's meeting of the Amateur
Managers' league, at 175 W- Wash
ington St. The cpntest for the Tear
neys medals, a, preliminary to the
Sweitaer cup race, will start Sunday.
Ten games are hilled for the opening
round, vith Earl Sugar's Mortons
drawing a bye. The Merrimacs, who
had entered, failed to appear and
were dropped from the race. Sweit
zer cup gam for Sunday follow:
Federal Biles at Chicago Heights,
L.emcnt at steger, , Galb'gaus and
ustrites at 62d and aoth, Yohaska'n
Braves at Grand Crossing, Trouters
and southwest state Bank at 50th
and Oakley, Utah Braus and SS. Peter-
and Baul at 38th and Paulina,
Ashlands and WHdwoads at Poiqnia
park., MarqUPttes and Wicker Barks
at Albany ana Lake, White Citys and
Sportsmen's Cluh at 46th and
Balnier, Commercials and Cicerps at
48th and X2th. Rogers Parks will
meet Ciceros later.
A TIP FOR AM IN.SJLL
Hey, 'you, Sam insyii!
The men working for the Edjson
Co,, the men in the offices, say their
boss is making them sweat more
than is necessary this "hot weather;
by making them wear their coats on
Make a few fhguiries, Sam, They
may do that in ba!iy old England,
y'know, hut what's the use right here
Get after the guy who promotes
unnecessary sweat. Tell him to let
the fellows work with their coats off.
It won't hurt him or you, and the
boys will feel a whole lot better.
They asked The Bay BPQk to call
your attention to it anyhow.
PROBE OLD "SAME NAME" TR1QK
IN VOTE PETITIONS
State's AU'y Hoyne and the eleci
tion board will conduct joint inquiry
into the coincident of candidates of
similar names in the fifth senatorial
district. Sidney Lyon, 5250 S. Mich-
igan ay.; Claude P. Smith, 363 E.
59th, and Wm. P. Meyers, 5240 Ingle
side av., asked investigation. They,
complain that P. Byington Lines, A.
W. Smith, C. Smith, D. Smith, Albert
P. Meyer and I- M. Weiner were put
on the ticket to cause confusion
among the voters. All but Lines ad
mitted they were not seeking the
nomination for the legislature and a
few of them said they allowed their
names to be used at the requests of
George Fitzgerald, who is the
Thompson candidate for the legisla
ture fromthe district.
RELIQIOUS ISSUE IS BROUQHT
INTQ LADIES' SCRAP
The religious issue appears to hAYa
entered into the fight of the Ulinpis
Women's J3emacrauc league against
the appointment of Mrs. George Bass
as women's campaign manage far.
the Bepiocratic campaign. The
league wants its president, Mrs. .Jo
hanna & Pownes, given the honor.
Friends of Mrs. Bass declare the
league is opposed to Mrs. Bass he
cause she is not a Catholic. Friends
of Mrs. Pownes deny this and say
the Mrs. Bass' supporters are usinig
this plea to gain strength among the -Protestants.
The league members
say they will vote on the recommen
dations oMrs. Pownes regardless of
the fate of Pres, Wilson.
Jas, Doolan, 15Q1 N, Park Wn
drowned, at Oak 8U