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Harry Palmer, the fast amateur affi
liated with the Riverview Roller club;
will have some worthy rivals. Lloyd
Gullickson of the White City Roller
club has taken part in but five races,
but he has the goods and looms up
like a real comer.
Loyola academy "and Lake Forest
academy elevens will battle at
Weeghman park Saturday afternoon.
For the third time this contest has
been scheduled after being called off
twice, and it looks as if they are go
ing through with the arrangements,,
as the papers have been signed and
the -officials chosen.
Hugh Heal of Toledo, holder of the
world's three-cushion title, won the
second block of his match with
George Moore of New York, his chal
lenger, 52 to 50. The champion suc
ceeded in reducing the lead of nine
points gained by the New Yorker on
the opening night, but he still is sev
en points behind. .
Ohio State, for the first time' since
joining the western conference, is in
a position, to win the Big Nine title.
This is due to Coach Jack Wilce,
former '"Wisconsin star, and Half
back Harley, one of the finds of the
gridiron this fall.
Wilce' has developed a puzzling at
tack this year, one which has fooled
every team Ohio has been called
upon to play. Illinois, and Wisconsin
fell before Wilce's cleverness, and
even the Haughton methods, as em
ployed by Withington at the Madison
school, couldn't stop the Buckeyes
The secret of Wilce's strategy lies
in a common 25-cent checkerboard.
Night after night the Buckeye
coach and his men sit in a. room at
the university with the checker
board, using 11 men to a side to rep
resent Ohio and the opposing team
next to be played. .
.New plays are worked out and
then the men are confronted with
scores of possibilities by the coach
and asked to solve them instantly.
. Wilce believes this develops quick
thinking in his men and declares
that "pinch" thinking has been re
sponsible for the Crimson and Gray's
VAUDEVILLIAN ARRESTED ON
CHARGE OF GIRL
Geo. Getz, 817 N. Clark, waiter and
vaudeville comedian, arrested on a
disorderly conduct charge on. war
rant sworn out by Esther Iverson of
4951 Berteau av.
Getz is said to have passed Miss
Iverson a note when he saw her in
the office of Errett Biglow, 17 N. La
Salle st., booking agent, which ac
cording to the police read: "You look
awfully good to me. I'd like to show
you a good time. Meet me in front
of the Boston Store at 10 o'clock."
The girl showed the note to Biglow
who advised the warrant Getz, say
the police, may be one of the depart
ment store flirts who have beqn- an
noying women in State street stores.
WOMEN'S VOTE A SURPRISE
A surprising feature of the G. 0. P.
sween- Qf Illinois was the women's
vote.- ' Democratic managers had
high confidence that Wilson, through
his humanitarian policy, would re
ceive at least 60 per cent of the
women's vote.- It turns out that
from latest returns that per cent of
the women went to Hughes. It was
apparent that the women voted right
along with the male members of the
families. In big Republican districts
the women went to the G. O. P. In
Democratic strongholds the women
voted for Wilson. Their yote was
eyed-with great anxiety by political
managers. But the "great indepen
dent female vote" failed to material
ize. With few exceptions they stayed
Polish Military alliance fjnds fault
with kind of independence Germany
has proclaimed for Poland. Not
enough independence, it says.
Richard Barrett, 2041 Burling,
dead result of fall from scaffold at
his home Sept 20,
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