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round. The ting was only about ten
feet square" and to this fact Cas
sidy laid his defeat
Lieut Cov. Barratt O'Hara, watch
ing the fighters at Forbes' gym,
opined that a boxing bill could be
passed in the legislature if it was
properly drawn. The lieutenant gov
ernor advised the boxing enthusiasts
to get together on one bill and back
it to the limit
Bill $Weeney, last year second
baseman of the Cubs, has been
signed to a one-year contract by the
Boston Red Sox.
Marty O'Toole is going home. The
$22,500 beauty has bee nsigned by
Columbus of the American ass'n, the
league from 'which he advanced to
Mike Mowrey, former St Louis and
Pirate third baseman, has signed a
one-year contract with the Pittsburgh
Forty clubs have joined the Knights
of Columbus baseball league. En
tries do nbt close until April 6, and ft
is expected 50 teams will be lined up
by that time.
Joseph Mayer, representing Phil
adealpbia, defeated R. M. Lord of
Chicago, 400 to 249, in the opening
battle of the national amateur 18-2
billiard tournament in the Quaker
Illinois, 26? Ohio, 19.
' Doremus, 16; Palmer Park,-8.
Eckhart, 17; Armour, 16.
Hamlin Park, 16; Evanston, 14.
Wellecos, 38; Butler House, 11.
Hamilton, 30; Cornell, 11. r
A MAN'S WORLD
The wid6 range for Father;
From the crater to the star
The earth is his he made it
But the kitchen range for Ma.
The open polls for Father;
Oh the governmental car
He is driver and conductor
But the clothes poles for Ma.
SUFFRAGE JUBILEE WILL CEJ.&U,,
Although methods of suffrage wg
fare will be considered when the MIs '
sissippl Valley Suffrage conference
meets In March in Indianapolis, the
convention will be largely a celebra
tion of recent suffrage victories inj
nine state legislatures. or
Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton will pre-, r
side at the conference. Twenty-n x
states will be represented by dele-
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY "
Fort Yates, N. D., March 2. A,ca
and a dog can be friendly aye, ejen
more. The old argument was settle
here today with a statement from ,
Rev. Father Bernard of the Foj&
Yates Catholic church that he ha
just married Miss Rose High Oat 't
Harry Poor Dog. They are Skjtfx