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something that the ordinary mortal
finds it hard to understand.
Therefore, the fight The western
association doesn't consider Evans
a pro. And there isn't any real rea
son why Chick should be so regard
ed. He is making clean money, and
if his golf reputation helps, Mm to it
he surely is entitled to the coin. So
They say the amateur line must
be drawn somewhere. But the U. S.
G. "A. is in the hands of people with
enough money to remove them from
the desire to earn more, and natural
ly'they frown on a chap who engages
in trade. If we are going over to the
English idea, all right, but snobbish
ness has never been our national
To our mind, Chick Evans is an
amateur, a good golfer and a good
scout. And the same applies to
George Bernard, ' French middle
weight fight champion, , has been
killed in the war. Bernajd was an
aviator with the French army.
Madonna 8, Perez 5.
O'Connell 16, Marquette 2.
Central Turners 1, Barry 1,
St. Anne 4, St Gabriel 1.
O'Connell 9, St Elizabeth 4.
A. & L. Marquettes 10, Villa A. C. 1.
L P. C. 9, Badgers 3.
Maher A. C. 8, St George 6.
Dodgers 6, Sigma Circles 0.
Baseketball Scores v
Aquinas 26, St Philip Neri15,
McHale 34, Leo XIII. 15.
A card which promises a world of
slugging is billed for tonight at Ra
cine, where Promoter John Wagner
holds forth at the Lakeside arena. As
evidence there will be plenty of
roughhouse it Is only necessary to
state that Wagner has lined up
"Caveman Bob" Moha and Knock
out Brown for his windup. Brown
and Moha recently met in New York,
the Greek being credited with a
shade victory over the "caveman."
.The latter is out for Tevenge.
There should be more slugging in
the bout which enlists the services of
Joe Dory of Racine and Dan Hayes
Chicago skiers carried off the main
honors in the professional events of
the Norge Ski annual tournament of
the Norge Ski club at Cary yester
day. Fred Brunn Qf the Norge club
won a popular victor when he topped
the expert class with a total of
298 2-3 points, relegating Ragnar
Omtvedt of Chicago to second place
with 282 2-3.
Brunn was the only contestant to
escape a fall in his three jumps. His
leaps in the main competition were
145 and 129 feet, Omtvedt getting
156 and 142, but falling on. his first
trial. Henry Hall of St Paul, na
tional champion, fell twice and was
fifth with 201. Omtvedt .put on full
steam in the long standing jump and
won with a mark of 156 feet Brunn
was second with 144.
Hans Hansen of St Paul won the
amateur event and topped the profes
sionals, with a total of 315. His
jumps were 135 and 145 feet. Krist
Jellum of Chicago, three-time winner
at Cary, landed fourth place with
250 points. He started with 135 and
went ten feet be'tter on his next es
say, but fell.
Einar Jensen of Chicago took the
distance jump with 124 feet Hansen
of St Paul, who was second wjth 148
feet, and Gilbert Hagene of Mt Ho
reb, with 147 feet, who finished third,
New York. Stone image of Kwan
Yin, Chinese goddess of mercy, pur
chased by art firm for $200,000.
New York. Polish national de
fense committee urges Pres. Wilson
to recognize the sovereignty of Po
land. San Francisco. Miss Betty De
Jong, painter of international repute,
killed self, revolver. Called in friend
and made, him sit and watch her pull