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have tasted blood, are chesty, and will
not be as easy to handle.
Frankie Burns of Jersey City got
a decision over Arthur Simmons in
twenty rounds at New-Qrieans. Matt
Brock: Cleveland feather, forced
Bobbie Reynolds to quit at the end
of 12 rounds.
Clarence Rowland, new manager of
the GMcago White Sox, celebrated
bis 36th birthday anniversary at his
honeun Dubuque, la., yesterday.
President Lannin of the Red Sox
predicts two-dollar baseball in the
near future. It might not be a bad
idea to first provide a little six-bit
and 50-cent pastiming. We could
Shorty Des Jardiens, University of
Chicago athletic star, has been tem
porarily barred from athletics be
cause of a condition in one of his
studies. He is taken away from the
basketball team at a critical time and
will, also be prevented from compet
ing in track meets unless he works
off the condition.
' Basketball Scores
Chicago, 20; Purdue, d.
Minnesota, 26; Northwestern, 18.
Lake Forest, 44; Beloit, 25.
New Trier, 38; Oak Park, 25.
Evanston, 54; La Grange, 9.
Mercury A. C, 25; Mich. Aggies, 20.
NO GAMES LIKE OLD GAMES FOR
The popular dances have taken the
place of the- old-fashioned games for
the "young set." But St, Valentine's
eye should see tie revival of many of
The invitations may be written on
heart-shaped paper, and should ask
each guest to reply with a heart
shaped valentine bearing the name of
the sender. There will be used in
choosing partners for supper. Cut a
large paper heart from red paper, at
lower end make row of tiny holes.
Have the valentines received from
the young men fastened to red rib
bon, those from young ladies tied
"With white. These are to be hung
through the holes in the big heart,
and the heart put up in doorway. As
the time for choosing partners draws
near have each guest find the "heart"
bearing his name. At a given time
all pull and the big heart is "broken."
"Heart Puzzle" is great fun, and
should be played while at table. Cut
hearts four inches in size, from bright
red paper, cut each heart into odd
shaped pieces. Put all pieces in red
basket and mix. Pass the basket and
have each take a handful of the
pieces. They then try to put the
"broken heart" together. Trading or'
auctioning is permissahiB and the one
who first succeeds in mending a brok
en heart must be declared the win
ner. "Heart and Mittens" is another
good game. 3ut tiny heart and mit
tens from red cardboard, hang these
about the room. To each attack a
string and twine the string over the
room as for a "cob-web" party. Each
chooses a string and follows to find
if they will be lucky in hearts or "get
To play "Arrow and Heart," each
guest is given an arrqw cut from sil
ver cardboard, in the end of which is
concealed a sharp pin. On the Wall
is hung a red cloth heart and each
guest tries to pierce the center of the
heart with the silver arrow.
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