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with two on, giving Tigers a win over
Cleveland. Cobb got three "hits and
Earl Caddock, conqueror of Joe
Stecher, flopped Ivan Machaeloff in
straight falls at Louisville. Caddock
took but half an hour to -get the vic-
. tory, though outweighed 40 pounds.
Benny Leonard is to enlist imme
diately in the New York aeroplane
division and will be in training for at
least two months with the flyers be
fore trying to get leave to engage in
The boxing bill before the legis
lature at Springfield, a committee
uumijubiit; ui variuus ums introduced,
is up for third reading and is ready
for passage by the lower branch of
the assembly. It is more than likely
that the house will pass the bill, after
which it will go to the senate.
Northwestern 3, Purdue 0.
N. W. Collejge, 7, Chicago 5.
Deerfield 6, Proviso 3.
St. Cyril 12, St. Patrick 9.
A meeting of the board of man
agers of the Central A. A. U. will be
held at the Hotel' Sherman, Monday
evening, May 14, at 7:30 p. m., to
award the following Central ass'n
outdoor championships for the sea
son of 1917: Junior track and field,
senior track and field, all-around
track and field, junior cross country,
senior cross country, ten-mile run
ning, junior swimming, senjor swim
ming. The state supreme court has ruled
that golf is not an amusement, and
that, therefore, the Harlem course
need not pay license as an amuse-
mept park to the village of PorestJ
Park. Amusement.' Not on the 18th
hole at Harlem.
Ideals and White Giants at 22d and
Rockwell; Roseland Eclipse at Ham
mond; Murleys and Albany Parks at
WJmhall nnH WilsiYn ava fJiilllcnna
and Rex Tigers at 42d and Chicago 1
avs ; Mutuals and Ciceros at 48th ct,
and 12th St.; Merriraacs and Craginsv
at 48th and Armitage av.
Magnets and Mohawks at Logan
Square; Logan Squares at Garden
City; Normals at South Chicago; Ra
gens and Chicago League All-Stars
at Normal Park; Fairbanks-Morse
and Rockford ("Three-I") at Belolt 1)1
(Saturday also); Aurora at Joliet;
Union Giants and A. B. C. at Indian
apolis (Saturday also).
Amateur Managers '
Sycamores at Waukegan; Ashlaods
andParkwyns at 12th st. and Harlem
av.; Chicago Giants at Grand Cross
ing; Blums and Jefferspn Greys at
Lawrence and 48th av.; Wabada A.'C.
and Eagles at Fullerton and 46th av. ; N
Clippers and Reo Maroons at Har
rison st. and Washtenaw av.; Pas
times at Wheaton; Stanley A. C. at
Maywood; Wells A. C. and Lincolns
at Wells park; Carnations and Felix
Colts at De Paul field.
Commercials and Haskell-Barkers
at Michigan City; Ashlafads and i
Parkwins at ForesjL Park; Stahls at
American Giants park; Federal Lifes
at Chicago Heights; Desplaines at
Maywood; Proviso, at Naperville;
Waylands at North Chicago; Royals
at KendallYille, Ind. ; Bering at Niles,
Mich.; Highlands at Evanston.
WHAT RIGHTS ARE LEFT?
The right of the city to make pub
lic utility contracts with the sanc
tion of the public utilities commis
sion, to share in the receipts there-
from and to grant the right use of
streets and public property to tmr
companies was all that was left by
the supreme court decision of Thurs-- a
day. v v
The big home rule push Is sched
uled for Monday night, when the
new council will be seated.
Ex-Judge O. M. Spencer 'appointed
general counsel of Burlington road to -succeed
late Chester Mr Dawes.