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Detroit went to the front in the
intercity 18-2 billiard match -with
Chicago when Chas. Heddon defeat
ed Wilson Henderson of the locals,
525 to 289. The total noWis 1,300
to 1,289 in favor of Detroit
E. L. Carlquist, 17, 5749 S. Morgan
st. died at his home from tetanus
7a which developed from a cut received
in ms lett nana Nov. m, wniie play
ing in a prairie football game.
Eddie Collins,. White Sox second
baseman, is the father of a new baby
boy, born at the Collins home, Lans
downe, a suburb of Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh Pirates are not to train
. . at Hot Springs, Ark., next spring. A
new camp has not been selected,
"Madonna beat Leo XIII., 7 to 2, in
an indoor game of the Knights of
- Ted Lewis outpointed Johnny Grif
, fiths in ten rounds at Cleveland.
Griffiths was severely battered in the
TOMORROW'S FOOTBALL GAMES
Northwestern vs.,Qhio State at Co
lumbus. Chicago" vs. Minnesota at Chicago.
Iowa vs. Nebraska at 'Iowa City.
. Kansas vs. Missouri at Lawrence.
Wisconsin vs. Illinois at Madison.
IJurdue vs". Indianaat Lafayette.
Notre Dame vs. Alma at South Bend.
Yale vs. Harvard at New Haven.
Army vs. Navy at New York.
Georget'n vs. Bucknell, Washington.
A Columbia vs. N. Y. Univ., New York.
Penn. vs. W. Virginia at Philadelphia.
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS.. '
New York. Mrs. E. H. Harriman's
jewels, valued at $60,000, recovered.
New York. Wm. J. Bryan said he
.is .tired of trying to solve economic
problems by politics. Will hereafter
take up moral issues;
Waukegan. Now that town has
gone dry and saloon free lunch coun
. ters are no more, one-church will in
stall free lunch with evening services.
HERALD DRIVER SLUGS NEWSIE
PUT ON PEACE BOND
""One of the loop newspaper drivers
is "in again." This time it is the Her
ald whose man was brought into
court for taking the law into his own
hands and beating up a newsboy.
Mikes Smith he's the driver
called to collect money from a news
boy by the name of 'Album, who has
a stand at Ashland and Grand av.
Album handed the money over. Then
the fight started. Mike claimed the
newsie didn't give him enough
money. He backed his feelings by
punching Album fh the face and else
where. Change that Album had in his
hand was knocked out on the street
and Mike finally ault wnen. he had
handed out a good trimming to the
; That all happened on Nov. ,15.
Thursday, in Judge Uhlir's court,
Mike came, to trial for disorderly con
duct. His case had been continued
fronvaTveek before. Sadie Album",
the newsies' wife, had sworn out the
Judge TJhlir expressed amazement
over conditions between newsboys
and trust press drivers when they
were explained to him by Clayton
Pense,- attorney for the newsboy.
Pense told how newsies were
forced to "eat" papers when their
sales were not up to what the driver
thought they ought to be. He said
that all of the papers worked this
plan to boost their circulation re
ports. ''Eating" newspap'ers meana
making a newsboy take more than
he can sell, pay for those he gets
stuck on and do whatever he blame
pleases with the left-overs.
"I didn't think such conditions
could exist in this city," said Judge
TJhlir. "It is a disgrace to Chicago,
this forcing newsboys to buy papers
they cannot sell. It should be
stopped by all means."
Smith was put on a peace bond of
?50 for one year.