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Rttsburgh, scheduled for six rounds,
starts a campaign which he hdpes
will land Mm a fight with 'Lea Darcy,
Australian middleweight New, Year's
x day he tackles Billy Miske in Brook
lyn and Jan. 18 he fights Battling
Levinsky hvYoungstown, O.
The local Kayo person is going
sl after all weights and doesn't mind
how tough they are. He fought
- Darcy twice in Australia and kept
on his feet all, the time. Since then
he has improved greatly, and claims
be has a better chance with the An
' 'tipodean wbnder than any other
Evanston High defeated New
Trier, 34 to 25, in a swimming meet
at Evanston. Stifler, a first-year-man
at Evanston, scored 13 points,
winning the 40-yard swim, and fancy
' diving event, and finishing second in
the 60-yard back stroke.
Indoor ice' skating will be revived'
tonight when a new rink at White
City, 63d st and South Park av., will
Bethlehem, soccer champions of
the U. S., will. play Chicago at 2:30
this afternoon at 35th and Went-
worth. The field has been put in
excellent condition and a fast game
is looked for.
Cornell-Hamburg players have
finished practice for their football
game tomorrow afternoon at .Dex
ter Park pavilion against the Torna
does of Pullman. Miller, North End
stac will not play with CornelKHam
burgs, but the' place will be taken
- care of. "
" Chicago Univ. 20, Mystic A. C. 18.
Chi. Y. M. C. A. 29, Grand Rap. 2(T.
Christ Ch. Arrows 31, Luther 15.
Oak Park 18, Evanston 10.
W Crane 19, Parker 5.
Eckhart Park 29, Pulaski 8.
'Commodore Barry defeated Hen
nepin, 11 to 3, in Knights of Colum
bus Indoor league.
Univ. of Pennsylvania football
eleven was here today on its way to
Pasadena, CaL, where it will meet
the Uniyof .:Oregon,Jflew Yiear's day;
The Penn-gridders-tboft light prac
tice to Timber their muscles.
DANCER NAMED .AS CAUSE OF
DE' SAULLES" DIVORCE
The divorce suit of Mrs. John L.
DeSauJles against the famous Yale
quarterback and ' society man
charges association of De Saulles
with Miss Sawyer, Broadway dancer.
Mrs. De Saulles was Senorita Blanca
Arrazuriz, daughter of the richest
woman in Chile.
We think it's awfully-silly to hang
up a sprig of mistletoe during the
holidays, and likewise utterly unnecessary.