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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 22, 1912, Image 13

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Charley White of Chicago
speeded up in last three.-frame?
of his ten-round bout 'with Pal
Moore at Kenosha last night and
earned a clear decision over the
New York boy. Both scrappers
were marvels of cleverness, but
White forced the fighting, and
had Moore in distress at the clos
ing gong.
Moore was best in. only the fifth
and sixth rounds, .when he rocked
the Chicagoan's head with several
stiff rights and lefts. Both boys
scaled over the weight agreement,
128 pounds. Moore snowed the
j effects of his battle Monday in
New Haven and the long train
Tide. He was not properly train
ed. The fighters will be re-'
Murphy's ball club has been
sued for $100,000 by a specialty
company which furnished the
Cub park with cushions. The
company says it had a ten-year-contract,
which it alleges Murphy
canceled long before it should
.have expired.
This is one contract case where
Murphy can't sk waivers or fire
the other party.
Yamada, the Jap billiard play
er, defeated "Morningstar in the
playoff for third place m the 18.2
Though the football season
does not "officially close until
Thanksgiving day, tomorrow's
S y game in the east between Yale
and Harvard is really the last tiig
game. The only other contest to
follow that will interest all sec
tions is the Arnry-Navy game
Nov. 30. Harvard is the betting
favorite, but Yale is a great risk.
The winner will be the undisput
ed collegiate champion.
Locally attention is focused on
the game at Marshall Field be
tween Chicago and Minnesota.
The winner will get second hon
ors in the Conference. ' The only
obstacle between Wisconsin and
the championship is Iowa, and
the Hawkeyes are not expected to
furnish much resistance to the
Badger attack.
Jack ,Hay den will succeed Jack
Tighe as manager of theljouis
ville Colonels. Exit Mordecai
To. Glaze Linen.
Dissolve one ounce of yellow
soap with halFan ounce of borax
in one pint of hot water, add two
tablespoons of glycerine, the same
quantity of turpentine and a tea
spoon of common salt, with a
quarter of a pound of white
starch. Then add a pint more
water. The great advantage of
this preparation is that it keeps
for months, and a polishing iron
need not be used.
Shine Silver.
The quick way to clean silver is
to put it all into a bowl of soda
and Soapy water, wash well with
a piece of flannel, dry with a
clean towel and polish with a
piece of chamois.
xj o
Portland, Ore. Eight floors of
big Marquam building collapsed.
No one injured. t

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