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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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Rochester heavyweight. Moran has
quite a reputation, but there is noth
ing in it that he has frightened Pul
ton. The Rochester man's stock
went up several jumps when he
neatly polished off Andre Anderson.
Anderson had no great defense in
that battle, but Fulton went about his
work impressively and left the crowd
with the belief that he had much in
reserve.
Representatives of the Shamrock,
Calumet, North Shore, White City
and White Sox teams met yesterday
at 332 S. Michigan av. and formed
the ,Chicago Hockey ass'n. J. M.
Sadler was chosen president, the
other officers being D. H. Barry, vice
president; Charles A. Anthony, treas
urer, and Charles J. Donnelly, secre
tary. Members of the executive com
mittee will be selectedlater. The as-,
sociation will endeavor to prov'ote
hockey in this city and to keep out
some of the ills which have" prevailed
in previous seasons.
Improving steadily .under the
Haughton system of coaching, Har
vard will enter the Princeton game
Nov. 11 on a par with the Tiger team,
which earlier in the season seemed
far superior to the Crimson.
During the last two or three weeks
Coach Speedy Rush has learned that
he will not meet the crude, unfin
ished team which fell before Tufts
and had a hard time scoring against
the weak Colby aggregation, but a
fast, heavy team of finished football
players who are out to repeat their,
performances of the last five years.
Not since 1911 has the Tiger been
able to take Haughton's measure.
Harvard started the season with a
weak attack, a mediocre defense and
no exceptional stars. The" early
games were, heartbreakers.
Haughton, busy with his baseball
interests, did not appear until after
the Tufts defeat. Then there was a
quick change for the better which
reached its climax in the Cornell
game and the sensational develop
ment of Eddie Casey, star halfback. ,
: Princeton started strong! " Holy
Cross and North jOarolina were de
feated by satisfactory scores in early,
games. Tufts went down to her only
defeat of the season, Lafayette was
overwhelmed and Dartmouth beaten.
Rush developel Tibbott into the
best kicker in the east and Driggs
into one of the best ground gainers.
Both teams should be at their
best Nov. 11, when the first game, -to
settle the Big Three championship
is played.
In the 13 games Princeton and
Harvard have played under present
scoring rules, Princeton has won 8
and Harvard 5.
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PATRIOTISM OF AVERAGE MAN
By President Wilson
I believe and this is the reason I
am a Democrat, not merely with a
bid D, but with a little d; I am all
'kinds of a Bemocrat, so far as I can
, discover but the root of the whole
matter is this, that I believe in the
patriotism and" energy and initiative
of the average man. Some men say
they believe in it, but when they act
they show that they do not. They
show that they think the only advice
that it is safe to take is their advice.
I was not referring to any individual,
but I could give you an interesting
and a very shortlist of a group of in
dividuals who have that opinion,
namely, that it. is not safe for the.
United States to escape from their
control. I feel perfectly safe in the
hands of the average body of my
fellow-citizens. To Associated Ad
vertising Clubs, Philadelphia, June
29, 1916.
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Tony Raila, 8, 2332 W. 24th pi.,
dead. Struck in eye by dirty chicken
bone; infection resulted.,
Thelma Wilson, 6056 Kenwood
av., sent to 'Geneva Home for using
another girl's'charge account
Sebastian Schaefer, contractor,
siied for $10,000. Cut trees of Mrs.
A. J. Peterson, 2055 Belle Plaine av..
while building.

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