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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 18, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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FAKE KICK END RUN
BY "HURRY UP" YOST
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Here is another typical Yost play an end run from a fake kick forma
tion, with a veritable cloud of interference. As play starts the left end
cuts across to join the runner for interference should he get clear. Left
guard, tackle and halfback form interference for the runner, who gets the
ball on a direct pass. This play will keep the opponents guessing, especially
if the same formation is used to kick from. The quarter can change the
signal after the punt formation is called for, so as to select the play most
likely to succeed? after he has seen the disposition of the defense.
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f THAT GARBAGE MESS
Mayor Harrison is still having his
troubles. Dr. Hirsh's chemical by
which he hoped to deodorize the gar
bage and thus. pacify the citizens .of
the Northwest Side was given the
cold shoulder by the Chicago section
of the American Chemical Society
last night.
The chemists met yesterday and
Dr. Hirsh spoke to them about his
new process. The majority of those
present scoffed at the idea and a
resolution condemning the chemical
was only saved from beingpassed by
the conservative faction.
The resolution was written by Wil
liam Hoskins, a consulting chemist
It suggested that a committee from
the society call upon Mayor Harrison
and offer their aid in the solution of
the problem as "the city would place
itself in a false position by giving
ear to so-called chemical processes
which, upon their face, cannot be
secret once they are put in opera
tion." Dr. Hirsh defended himself by a
personal attack on Hoskins.
The mayor signed the ordinance
which provided that the city should
start condemnation proceedings
against the Chicago Reduction Co.
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SQUAWS ADOPT SLIT SKIRT
Rincon, Oct. 18. Romance got an
awful jolt here at a recent rain dance
of the Mission Indians when the
squaws appeared in slit skirts and
harem gowns, and a late model talk
ing machine provided the music in
place of the war whoops of the bucks.
The Indians of Rincon reservation
seem to have become intoxicated
with the "tango" and the "turkey
trot," to the huge disgust of the old
bucks.

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