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when the latter was barred from
New York rings by order of Gov.
Whitman. There are all sorts of ru
mors flying regarding the mix-up,
and some of them are not pleasant.
Darcy has, gone to Washington to
interview Gov. Whitman and" ask. the
executive to relent. Les claims he is
a patriot and is giving a share of his
income to the British war fund. He
claims to have donated something
like 10,000, which would be ap
proximately three-quarters "of a mil
lion dollars of our money. And even
temperamental champions have to
go some to drag down sums-like that,
even with the ring game on the bor
der of iiisanity.
Whitman says he barred Darcy be
cause he is a slacker. That would
listen all right if we were at war as
an ally of England, but under the
present circumstances it has a very
McDuff soccerites defeated Pull
man, 3 to 1. Dick Smith, veteran
Pullman player, broke a bone in his
Madonna 6, O'Connell 1.
Barry 3, Hennepin 2.
Grand Crossing 4, Rexo 3.
Central Turners 6, Hamlin Blues 1.
' Tonti defeated De Soto, 34 to 16,
in a baseketball game.
Harmon-Cooper All-Stars defeated
Racine, hockey team at Riverview
rink, 3 to 1.
The Hermitage Tiger Athletic and
Benevolent ass'n held their annua
election of officers yesterday for the
year. Following were elected: Rob't
J. Tracy, pres.; Al Burel, vice pres.;
Henry Havermann, treasurer; Ben
Bluhm, sec'y; John P. Sullivan, fin.
sec'y; Peter Moeck, serg't-at-arms,
and Edw. W. Dettling, scribe. The
baseball team unanimously elected
John J. McGinnis as their manager
for coming season. McGinnis is anx
- ious to get a couple of good twirlers,
southpaws, 18-20 preferred. Same
may call Monroe 6237 or write t&
1727 W. Grand av.
LADIES, LISTEN TO REGULAR
TALK ON LOVE AND SO FORTH
A crowd of wealthy ladies pre
sumably the silk-stockinged sort
listened with shocked but rapt ex
pressions to a regular talk on love
and kindred things yesterday at the
Jesse Quitman, he was the lectur
er, said, among the printable things;
"Much of the modern love is a
thrill of ownership the pride of
proprietorship in a Successful man
the same as in that of an expensive
"It is conceded that man is wom
an's prey. Man always has prayed
to beautiful women. Primitive man
always prayed to those who devoured
"Primitive man was much . more
chaste than modern man. Modern
man is the most profligate of all ani
mals. The present wonderful inter
est in love is due much to the fact
that the excitement of food hunting
has been transferred to the field of
"Marriage is unnatural in that sex
relations are established without
courtship. Courtship is much more
important than love.
"Courtship is the stage where man
takes a pleasure in exerting an in-,
fluence, while woman takes a pleas
ure, within certain limits, of receiv
ing it. Women do not object to
being beaten by courageous men. It
is the cowardly types who are always
haled into court by their wives."
Rock Island, III. Believed govern
ment nitrate plant will be located
New York. Col. Roosevelt refused
chance to debate national prepared
ness with Wm. J. Bryan.
Detroit. Five firemen killed, three
hurt, when Field Cloak & Shoe Co.
and R. H. Fyfe Shoe Co. burned. . ,
Santiago. United States has
guaranteed to Cuban rebels that
. elections will be "on the square."