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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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Teddy Tetzlaff, king of the world's road race speeders, snapped driving
a jitney in Los Angeles. When the road game is slack Tetzlaff pick? up a
little spare change by hauling passengers. "It's more for the fun than the
money, however," declares the speed king. "And then, too, I like to take a
slam at my old friend Mr. Street Car Monopoly."
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An Irish Aonach and athletic car
nival is being organized'by a commit
tee interested in Irish pastimes. The
Aonach goes back to pagan times
when funeral games were held in the
cemeteries where kings, heroes and
renowned personages were buried.
Ont of the most famous was held at
Croghan in Connaught at the grave
of King Dathi, the last of the pagan
Irish kings.
The Aonach to be. held at River
view Park on Decoration day will
have hundreds of Irish athletes, sing
ers, dancers, pipers and violinists tak
ing part in 33 contests that -ard
planned. Signed by committee in
charge: Prof. W. H. Cahill, dean of
Loyola university, D. R. Twomey,
Mary McWhorter, Timothy Twomey,
John Cavanaugh, Bernard McMahon,
Francis O'Neil, Daniel Sweeney.
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"Father," said little Rollo, "what is
"Appendicitis, my son," answered
the deep-thinking father, "is some
thing which enables a doctor to open
up a man's anatomy and remove his
entire bank account,"

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