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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 28

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For his teirfounds of effort Packey
will receive.'a. flat guarantee of $10,
000, which is $1,000 a round, or
$333.33 13-per minutei-shere is- no
-danger of the stockyards man retir
ing from the ring so long as he can
command such a price for his serv
ices., ,
After hjs, bout with Ad Wolgast
in MilwaukeeFriday. njght Joe 'Rivers
will hike on back to California, where
a match has.iust been arranged for
him with etach Cross for Fed. 23.
. Rivers in his daily work-outs at
eLwis' looks to be in tip-top form,
and the wise boys, are backing him
to get at least a decision over yvol
gas.t in their, meeting.
Cross should prove another .easy
one for the Mexican, They have met
two or three times before,, and each
time Rivers was a sofe victor.
The sucker crop is still plentiful.
Kid McCoy and eGorges 'Carpentier
have been offered' $50,000 to stage
their proposed prill in the stadium at
Liverpool, England.
Eddie McCoorty, now in Australia,
may come home by way of Ireland,
in. which event prompters will try to
arrange a bout for him with Carpen
tier in Dublin. Dready such a meet
ing is being agitated, and the .consent
of the Oshkosh man is the only, thing
necessary to make it a certainty. ,
Mickey Sheridan of Chicago bat
tered Paul Sikora in eight rounds at
Windsor, Ont, last, night. The De
troiter got he worst beating of his
career.
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TEMPLE, TEX., WANTS MANAGER
Temple, Tex., Jan. 22. It was con
sidered certain here that Temple citi
zens will adopt the necessary changes
contained in the new charter, draft
of which was. completed' today, pro
viding for a town manager form of
government like that of Dayton, ,0..
The proposed charter provides for
the election of commissioners who. in
turn will select a town, manager. The
manager will lhave- supreme control
8d be held accountable far &U de
partments of the imunicipal government-
Templeswill be the third town
in Texas to adopt the town manager
form in the past-few months, Denton
and Amarillo haying already taken
this step.
o--o
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY HAS. ITS
LICENSE REVOKED
The state board of labor commis
sioner yesterday sustained the,
charges of Richard J. Knight, chief
inspector of Jabor agencies, by re
voking the licensee of the Harrison,
Employment Agency,v27 W. Washing
ton street
t The license, which was in the nanie -of
P. J. Boedekeri is admittedly; the
same one which. O. C. Harris tried
to have renewed iast October and,
failed,- , -
The charge, against. Bo'edeker. was
that he was guilty of "inimoral,
fraudulent and illegal conduct in con
nection with his- business.",.
. Attorney Ge6'v E.' Brannopj . repre
senting the agency, said, he would
fight the case in. court. , '
Judge Officer, .what is this man
charged with?
Copper He's a camera fiend ofr
the worst kind, yer worship.
Judge But this man shouldn't
have been arrested simply because
he has, a mania, for taking pictures.
Copper It isn't that, yer WOIShin-

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