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SHE'S TO MARRY MILLIONS
James Bardell, ex-champion right
weight wrestler of the world and
trainer of the White Sox for several
years, is dying in a Joliet, HI., hos
pital. Chicago will be well represented in'
the national amateur golf champion
ship at the Garden City Club. The
squad, headed by. Warren K. Wood,
Western champion,. "Chick" Evans,
D. E. Sawyer, Paul Hunter, Kenneth.
P. Edwards and R. O. Gardner, will
leave for the East next week. Mason
Phelps is already practicing over the
links and reports them in splendid
A score of Chicago golfers are
competing in the invitation tourna
ment beginning today at Grand
Mrs, P. S. Fletcher of Chicago was
second in the Columbia round at the
National Archery Association tour
nament at Cambridge, Mass., yester
day with 114 hits for'590 points.
Sprig, owned by J. L. Saltonstall
asd sailed by R. De B. Boardman. has
been, picked as the first of three
American sender boats to meet the
German challengers next month-
When the highway commission re
fused to repair a piece of bad road for
the Elgin motorists, about 20& Eigin
ites armed with picks, shovels and
other implements did the work themselves.
PENMAN A ViCTIM OF FEAR
Champaign, 111., Aug. 20,-ust
Penman, the victim of "auto mania,"
who confessed he slew Harold A.
Shaw because he coveted Shaw's
speeder "Yellow Jacket," is a victim
of fear and cowers in his cell refusing
to speak to anyone. If sentenced to
the death penalty it is not believed
he will be "able to walk to the gallows.
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In Paris there is a corps of profes
sional dinner-tasters, whose duty it
is to test and pass judgment upon all
food prepared for banquets and simi
lar occasions of -state.
Snapshot taken at aristocratic
Newport, showing Margaret An
drews, the New York debutante who
is engaged to be marrieftf to Vincent
Astor and his cute little eighty mil
lion doHars. Margaret is a fine, heal
thy girl, swims, rows, sails a yacht,
and knows how to pilot a motor boat,
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