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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 8

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when the Mystic Stars and Normals
will clash. Sunday games:
Chicago Giants at White Giants'
park? Murleys and Felix Colts at De
Paul field, Galligans at Grand Cross
ing, All-Stars at Hammond, Cragins
and Rex Tigers at 42d and Chicago,
Ideals and Ciceros at Kedzie and Els
ton. Albert R. Tearhey was elected
president of the Amateur Managers'
league for the 18th time at the an
nual election atUSO W. Washington
st. Only one important change was
made in the inner circle of officers,
Jos Rusk being elected second vice
president in place of Louis Ra'go,
who took the secretary's berth va
cated by Rusk. Neal T. Kelley was
chosen vice president and Gus Hen
ricks, treasurer.
Several games were billed for Sun
day, as follows: Ravens and Blums
at 48th and Lawrence, Clippers and
Marigolds at Washtenaw and Harri
son, Wabada A. C: and Sycamores at
Kedzie and Elston, A..& A. and Park
wyns at 12th and Harlem, Reo Ma
roons at Melrose Park.
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BAD BONDSMEN IN AGAIN
Upon discovery made by Judge
Barrett yesterday that the ways of
professional bondsmen inhabiting
the Ghetto and infesting the criminal
court were even more peculiar than
ever, he sent for State Rep. Frederick
L. De Young. Mr. De Young is chair
man of committee of legislature
which has before it a bill designed to
curb crooked bondsmen by placing a
lien on -property scheduled for theJ
release of prisoners.
Judge Barrett has been hearing
testimony on how bondsmen trans
fer property immediately after they
schedule it on a bond, so thatunder
present laws the state in case of
forfeiture cannot collect. He has
held one man on charge of perjury.
In the testimony appeared the
names of Hyman Galowich, Morris
Zimbroff and Sam Rosenthal, all pro
fessional bondsmen.
Held for perjury is Benjamin Ad
dis, 3316 W. 39th, who lied so about
transfer of a piece of property he
scheduled for the release of George
Williams that he finally admitted he
had been swearing falsely. The judge
used Addis' brother-in-law, I. Isaac
son, 5534 S. Halsted, to enmesh Ad
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SWEET MEMORY
By Lydiana F. Hilton
Memory digs a mighty chasm,
Deep and wide of bygone years,
But life stretches out across it
A bright rainbow made of tears.
Every tear a shining symbol
Of a portion and a part,
Of a thrill, a song of gladness,
Or a sigh wrung from the heart
Shall we count them as they hang
there,
Scintillating in the sun?
Or imitate the proud artist,
''And just blend them into one?.
Into life come joy and purpose
Shaded on this side of care,
"Till it blends away to darkness,
Disappointment and despair.
But we none have been the loser
In this race with life we've run,
So we'll teke the tears and laughter
And just blend them into one.
TO TRY SALOON CASES
Refusal to enter nonsuits in 300
Sunday -saloon closing cases was
made by Judge Trade on request of
,Ass't State's Att'y Hart E. Baker.'
The court took this action when
Ass't Corp. Counsel James W. Breen
opposed prosecutor's motion.
Case was continued until April 30
after suggesting the power of state's
att'y to enter nonsuits be tested by
supreme court.
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Catholic charities in Chicago to ba
centralized. '
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