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NEGRO PHYSICIAN GOES TO
Dr. Eoscoe Giles, negro junior
physician appointed to the municipal
tuberculosis sanitarium by civil serv
ice, will take his post there tomorrow
in spite of the protests of white pa
patients who have threatened to
walk out rather than submit to
treatment at his hands.
"Colored taxpayers are entitled to
protection as well as white taxpay
ers," was the answer Giles gave to
requests that he give up the ap
pointment. o o
BUILDING AGENTS BACK UP
Moved by the complaints of thou
sands of tenants, real estate agents,
members of the Chicago Renting
Men's ass'n, today issued a state
ment that not more than half of the
rents on flats and stores would be
raised by the agreement entered into '
by agents following the successful
Frank Landon, 505 Transportation
bldg., is passing circulars in an effort
to get flat renters organized against
COLD BLASTS DUE TOMORROW
"Whew! It may be 20 below tomor
row. Put on another suit.
The mercury has been falling
steadily since 8 p. m. last night, when
the forerunner of the winter's cold
est storm hit Chicago. An icy gale,
sweeping from out of the far north
west, will nip many an ear, finger
and toe bef6re the wind shifts to the
Considerable suffering among the
very poor is expected.
Mrs. Julia M. Lockerbie, 415 Web
ster av., wants divorce from Oswald
Lockerbie. Says he went to hotel
with another woman.
Mrs. Emilie Stonitsch, 6215 Jus
tine, wants to adopt niece, Mrs. Clara
Thompson, so that she might be her
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second in the mile, and Larsen win
ning the mile, three-quarters and
finishing third in the two-mile event
Lee Jensen, another Chicagoan, was
third in the mile race.
Chicago A. A. swimmers defeated
Univ. of Chicago in the Michigan
avenue tank, 52 to 15. J. P. Lichter,
C. A. A., equaled the plunge record
for a 60-foot tank, 18 seconds.
Hal Chase has signed a two-year
contract with Cincinnati. Hal is not
a member of the players' fraternity.
Dreamland defeated Riverview
Toller hockey team at Dreamland
rink, 3 to 2.
Charley Morin, Flenner's, defeated
E. Lundgren, Petersen's, 50 to 23, hi
a game of the Chicago Billiard
Dave Danforth, southpaw pitcher,
has signed a contract with the White
I. A. C. 39, Mystic A. C. 20.
Loyola 27, Lake Forest 22.
The remarkable performance of
Joie Ray, Chicago distance runner,
in setting a new record for the mile
and a half run, which had stood for
many years, leads experts to predict
that Ray will be the leading distance
man on the cinder paths during the
It is even being predicted that Ray
will be able to set a new record for
the mile under that of Norman Ta
ber, whose remarkable time of
4:12 3-5 last year broke the record of
W. G. George, which had stood 'for
more than 30 years.
Ray's style is about the same as
that of Tommy Conneff, the great
Irish distance runner of two decades
ago. In his races Ray sets a killing
pace and depends upon the severity
of the going to make his opponents
In this way he disposed of Johnny
Overton, the Yale crack, known as
perhaps the best college distance
runner in thfe country.
Ray probably will go after the mile
nd two-mile records in the spring. ,