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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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fight should be staged. Welling is
entitled to another chance, and the
go , would- Insure another excellent
show for boxing fans of this neigh
borhood , Should Mitchell repeat there vould
be no doubt of his standing among
the lightweights, and he could go
where he wished and get large
purses. The return battle is good
both from a financial and sporting
standpoint, a combination seldom
seen in the fight game these days.
Jimmy Duffy, Lockport light
weight, easily outfought Jobuay
Lustig of New York in ten rounds.' '
Frank Kafora ran into a bad
break in the final frame and totaled
661, a pin less than Brichetto, who
leads tne singles of tne city cowling
tournament Chabot and Siskd head
the doubles-with 1,261.
Petersen's five-man pocket billiard
team downed the Foley quintet in
the tetter's rooms, 514 to 489. Pro
prietor Petersen was'higk man with
a score of 180.
By scoring 62 to 45, Ceo. Moore,
three-cushion t billiard champion,
now leads .Alfred De Oro in their 150
point match in New York, 100 to 95.
The final block will be played to
night '
Basketball Scores
I. A. C. 54, Monmouth 14.
A L A. C. l'O, -Armour 6.
. Evanston 56, Nortfi Division 6.
Wisconsin 41, Lawrence 14,
Naomi 32, Dvorak Park 21,
. Syracuse 26, Princeton 25.
, Hamlin 20, Third Presbyterian 12.
- Mezereons 22, Mystic A. C. 20.n
- West Side Tigers 36, Doremus 9.
. L. View Reds 30, Andrews Mid. 22.
Horn A. C. 19, Hull Hs. Tigers 16.
O'Connell defeated Ravenswood,
7 to 6, in the Knights of Columbus
Inddor league. '
Chicago A. A. junior members,
taking eight out of nine events, de
feated the swimming team of Chica
go Hebrew institute youngsters, 54
to 23, in the Cherry Circle tank, j
Palmer Jones of the winners regis- J
tered 18 points with three firsts and
a second. S. Rosen in the 10-yard
breast stroke was the only winner
for the institute boys.
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RAGEN ATHLETIC CLUB ANNUAL'
BENEFIT FOR POOR TONIGHT
The annual benefit of the Rageh
A. C. will be hVld- tonight at St,
Anne's -Auditorium, 55th and La
Salle streets, starting at 8 p. m. Ad
mission is 25 cents, and a capacity
crowd is looked for.
The Ragens are standing the en
tire expense of the entertainment and
all receipts will be turned over to
charity. The vaudeville show has a
prtgram studded with celebrities,
among those down for stunts being
Jess Willard, Packey McFarland, Bat
tling 'Nelson, Charlie White, Joe Wel
ling, Johnny Coulon, Charlie .Cutler,
and Clarence Rowland of the White
Sox.
, There will also be vaudeville acts
from neighborhood and downtown
theaters under the direction of the
Empress theater management
. Father Kelly of St Anne's has do
nated the auditorium for the occa
sion. The Ragens have a member
ship of 2,200 active, hustling 'young
sters. M o-r , -
APPROVE TWO BIG BfLLS
The Castberg bill, which will-force
the father to support illegitimate
children and give them his name,
and the bill for a smaller elective
school board were among thirteen
that were approved of by the Wom
an's City club and the Illinois Wom
an's Legislative Congress, in conven
tion yesterday.
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An Oklahoma sportsman has in
vented 'a decoy duck that swims
about in water and emits realistic
quacks. 1
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By harnessing a fly to' a tiny
wagon, an English scientist found it
draw 170 times Its -pwn weight over
smooth surfaces.

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