tiojial commission and the abolition
of the draft, and adjourned.
It is not probable tie draft will be
lifted from the Class AA leagues, but
the smaller fellows may be given a
place on the national commission.
The minors want two representa
tives, two from the-majors and a fifth
Sifty-five athletic clubs of the
state, with a membership of 12,000,
including 1,400 registered amateur
athletes, are behind the efforts of the
Second Regiment to put through a
boxing bill and wijl work for the
measure before the legislature.
Madonna defeated Loyola, 18 to 0,
in a game of the Knights of Colum
bus Indoor league. In the same cir
cuit Tonti downed O'Connell, 4 to 2.
A Chicago billiard league has been
organized with teams from Leffing
well's, Bensinger's, Mussey's, Peter
' son's, Hpwe's, Flenner's, Prasors, Le
Gros' and Conklin's rooms repre
sented. Two men will represent
each room and the game will be the
Andy Williams, Jimmy Kilroy's
wildcat lightweight, fought a six
round draw in private with Joe
Homeland. The fight was full of ac
tion from the first bell and the crowd
had plenty of entertainment Kilroy
is now on the trail of Joe Sherman,
Jimmy Travers and Jimmy Murphy,
and offers a side bet for either of
them to meet Williams. The Wildcat
' is working out at Collins' gym, 1731
Lake Forest 30, John Marshall 7.
,De La Salle 26, Crane '22.
Ch. of Saviour 30, St. James 25.
Mystic A. C. 50, Cosmopolitan 11.
CRIPS OF THE GREAT
Scientific billiard playing produces
many grips. The upper picture
shows Hoppe's bridge in making a
i masse shot. The center picture
shows the grip on the cue of the
right hand in the same shot. Below,
Hoppe's grip in making a straight
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