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H.,11 4. I: trimmed the Giant pflbt "McGraw was knocked down, after which he threatened to fix the -fan. He diddn't do it Soccer Scores Bricklayers, 4IcDuffs, 1. Pullman, 2; Calumet, 1. Hyde Park Blues, 4; Washington Heights, 0. Electrics, 1; Kenwood, 0. Hibernians, 3; Mason Park, 3. Seven fighters who have fractured the strict Wisconsin boxing statutes have been summoned to appear be fore the commission to explain their behavior. Here is the list: Frankie Izzo, Chicago, for fouling Johnny Ertle at Milwaukee. Ruby Hirsch, for delaying a Keno sha fight because of the small crowd. Stockyards Tommy Murphy, for stalling in a Hudson fight. Jack Cashiel of St. Paul, for stal ling at Hudson. Kid Kreisch and Kid Bruhny, both of Marshfield, for fighting before un licensed club. Gene Gannon, Milwaukee, for fail ing to appear as instructed to weigh in for fight there. o o MAKING ENDS MEET She Why .there's our chauffeur and our car, using it as a jitney bus. He -Hush, not so loud! I was driv en to it. I've sent him out to earn enough to pay his wages. ODD WAR NEWS Petrograd. The Russian govern ment has prohibited the exportation of all poultry, depriving England alone of approximately $1,750,000 worth of fouls annually. London. Members of the London National Guard merchants and pro fessional men training for reserve duty are daily practicing the art of trench digging within a stonesthrow of St Paul's cathedral. London. A British "tommy" home from the front on leave told how his pet 'bird dog on sentry duty with him "pointed" two Germans m time to save him from walking into a trap. Paris. A French private back from the front related how an Eng lish newspaper woman in Belgium stopped in a road while German bul lets were flying and nonchalantly powdered her nose, then walked calmly to safer quarters. Petrograd. Russian officers report cannon captured from the Germans evidence that they were the same an cient pieces used in the Franco-Prussian war. London. A wounded soldier brought to London hospital gasped "My name is Ford, Cork wife and seven children." Then he became unconscious. The War Office found the wife and brought her to London, expenses paid, two days before her husband died. London. British officers at the front call a German field howitzer a "Whiz Bang" and a light field gun a '. "Little Willie." o o TODAY'S ODDEST STORY ; Columbus, April 12. Sen. Sutter of Cleveland, who has introduced a bill in thfe legislature-to exempt one j piano in each home from taxation, declares his intention of introducing -a resolution authbriizing the ser-geant-at-arms to install a piano in the senate chamber and to hire a pretty girl to perform on it for the-- recreation of members.