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man has an option on Kauff in case
lie leaves his present employment.
W. H. Pierce of Pueblo, Col., shot
into the singles lead at the national
bowling tournament with a count of
711, breaking the congress record by
six pins. H. Grotjahn of Chicago
placed third with "686. No other
changes resulted among the leaders.
Bill Huey assured himself at least
a tie for the international three-cushion
billiard championship by defeat
ing Daly, 50 to 36, getting a high run
of 9. Huey lias completed his sched
ule, with nine victories and two de
feats. Daly and Moore, both New
Yorkers, each have won eight and
lost two, and each has one game to
play. A triple tie is a possibility.
This afternoon Moore plays Morin,
and tnight Daly meets De Oro in the
final game of the tourney. Moore
yesterday beat De Oro, 50 to 35.
H. Stegeman, athletic star at Uni
versity of Chicago for three years,
will coach the athletic teams of Be
loit college next year.
A subcommittee of five has been
named by the house committee on li
cense of the legislature to frame a'
boxing bill embodying the best fea
tures of three bills introduced by va
rious assemblymen. The attitude of
all the committee members speaks
well for the ultimate success of some
kind of a boxing bill this season,
BLDC. TRADES CHARTER MAY BE
REVOKED BY A. F. OF L.
The charter of the Chicago Build
ing Trades Council may be revoked
by the A. F. of L.
If a satisfactory solution of build
ing trades difficulties is not found as
the result of hearings before Gom
pers and Williams the unions, at war
with the council will ask the execu
tive tboard of the building trades de
partment to annul the council's char
ter. This is the most radical movement
that has yet been suggested in the
row between the building trades fac
tions. It would be a move that would
lat once become a thing of not only
local but national importance in tne
The men who are planning to put
this demand up to the executive
board are ponfident that the board
will rule against the council and lift
The demand will be made with the
accusation that the council violated
the building trades dep't law, as set
forth at the Seattle convention, by
entering into an agreement with a
contractors' ass'n. This law says no
building trades council can enter into
such an agreement.
Simon O'DonnelTs opponents say
that the Building Trades Council has
entered into an agreement with the
Construction Employers' ass'n and
that this agreement is a plain-sellout
of the union men's rights. -
If the council's charter is lifted it
will mean, a "Complete reorganization
of the council. It might mean, too,
jthat the unions swayed by O'Donnell
influence would refuse to enter into
the new council. So, whether the
charter is revoked or not, it looks like
Chicago is due to have two building
Demand for revocation of the char
ter will not be made until it is seen
whether or not Gompers and "Wil
liams can accomplish anything.
KI-Yl!H 2'M A RETRIEVER
1 RETRIEVE "SNIPES'