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their . enemies tomorrow. All are
building for the next two weeks,
when they clash among themselves.
Some person "high in baseball" is
talking, through the public prints, of
Judge Landis of the federal court as
the third member of the natioinal
Commission, governing baseball. The
judge would have to retire from the
bench to take the job.
That's the baseball contribution
for the day. ' It's enough. It takes a
big pipeful to smoke up such a yarn
Jimmy Kilroy is too trustful a
young man to be playing around in
the 'fight game. He believes most
everything that is said' to him. That
is largely because Jim is on the level.
(No grapes, thank you).
Jim wanted to match his crack
lightweight, Andy Williams, with
Habbit Hedlin. He gassed with Hed
Iin's manager and arranged a meet
ing at which a forfeit of $100 to
guarantee weight and appearance
was to be posted. Then, says Jim,
Hedlin's pilot failed to show up with
All of which makes the North
Sider believe the other fellows don't
care for Williams' game. He is will
ing and anxious to send Williams
against any lightweight in this
neighborhood, before a club or in
private, and will work on a winner-take-all
percentage. And James
Joseph Kilroy dares the other fellows
to come out in the open' and accept
Ragen Colts A. C. football team is
anxious to arrange a game for Sun
day with some good 145-pound elev
en. Phone Wentworth 171.
Jimmy Duffy won from Milburn
Saylor on a foul in the seventh round
at Toledo. Saylor was disqualified
for not -breaking clean after being
repeatedly warned. Duffy sent Say
lor down three times in the second
Charlie White leaves tomorrow
night for Philadelphia, where he
meets Dick Nejson Monday night,
This should be a victory for the Cbi
cago lightweight. Following this en
gagement Charlie will hike for New
York in an effort to arrange a battle
over the ten-round route with Benny
Leonard, to take place at Madison
Square Garden some time in Decem
ber. Failing to schedule football com
bats with Chicago and nearby high
school elevens, Father Gorman, di
rector of athletics at De Paul acad
emy, and Coach Paupa have been
forced to bring eastern invaders to
Chicago to furnish opposition for the
North Side aggregation. Arrange
ments were completed yesterday for
a contest with St John's academy of
Danvers, Mass., at Weeghman park
on Nov. 18, while Beverly, Mass., will
furnish a belated climax to the local
season on Dec. 9.
Beverly originally was scheduled
here for Nov. 18, but the Bay State
authorities refused to come at that
time, claiming injuries had made the
team unfit for a hard combat
St Johns is the same team that
handed" De Paul its second defeat in
five years. This contest, which re
sulted in an 8 to 6 score, was played
at White Sox ;park two years ago.
FOOTBALL GAMES TOMORROW
Chicago vs. Purdue at Chicago.
Mich, i vs. Washington, Ann Arbor.
Nebraska vs. Ames at Lincoln.
Indiana vs. Northw'n, Bloomingn.
Ohio St vs. Wisconsin, Columbus.
Minnesota vs. Illinois, Minneapolis.
Cornell vs. Carnegie Tech, Ithaca.
Harvard vs. Virginia, Cambridge.
Princeton vs. Bucknell, Princeton.
Yale vs. Colgate at New Haven. "
Dartm'th vs. Syracuse, Springfield.
Army vs. Notre Dame, West Point
Navy vs. Wash, and Lee, Annap'lis.
Pittsburgh vs. Allegheny, at Pitts.
Why is it a candidate spends $10,
000 getting elected to a job that pays
$1,500 a year.