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now what it means and dbesn'tvant
to know. As a result of the caste
system his concern is his job, his
wages and the stomachB he must try
"What is this word honor?" Well,
it isn't anything toeatand he isn't
moved by it
He will not voluntarily enlist, he
will not work overtime, he will not
speed up. Liverpool is swamped with
freight; the longshoremen were ap
pealed to in vain to move it. Some
adroit genius of a steamship owner
has hit upon the expedient of dress
ing longshoremen in khaki to make
them feel like soldiers But still the
freight is piled up, Sir John French
claniors for the ammunition he does
not get, the lines in Flandersdo not
advance, recruiting lags and-thoughtful
men see conscription close at'
OAK PARK STUDENTS, PARENTS
AND TEACHERS .IN MPUP
Public-spirited citizen body in Oak
Park split today to take sides either
with school board pr. with the four
teen youths suspended by the author
ities as members of "Xrats." Both
say the fight will be to the finish.
Although fraternities are in dis
favor in the Oak Park high school,
the Omicron Kappi Pi is said to have
been gaining strength steadily. It
has been a'ccused of trying to run
Fourteen boys, sons of millionaires
of many descriptions, were "canned"
by the board yesterday. Two of them,
Lawrence Blackmer, 128 Wesley av.,
well-known athlete, and Oswald
Howe, 315 S. R. End av., son of a
railroad official were to graduate
soon. The "silk-stocking" element
in the exclusive suburb has centered
its fight for the retention of these
two in their classes.
Police searching for boy motorcy-
clist who ran down and fractured
Patrick CMalley's legs at Dorchester
nd South. Chicago -ays, r
By Jim Manee
The folks who watched that baseball
On Friday until dark
We mean the baseball game they
Out at the White Sox park jm
They surely had an afternoon
Of many extra frames.
Just one more bat and 'twould have
The same as two whole games.
Were, we in Boston known for
On Friday with our Cubs,
We probably would have acted like
A bunch of looney dubs.
From Phelan down to Lavender ,
Trie team was going great. i
And with the world's champions.
The Cubs now have two straight.
Our Whales were whales in every
That is, to throw some slang,
They knew the game and played the
, same t
And trimmed the Brookfed gang.
Claude Hendrix is a pitching star
For that we'll lift our hat,
We'll have to take our clothes all off
When it comes to Claude at bat.
Pj S. Last, but far from least, all
the Chi. teams won!
BITS OF NEWS
iJCatharine," a cat which has raised
many broods of kittens in the East
Chicago av. police station, crushed
to death by wagon.
William Droth, 15207 Roseland av.,
offered to sell $350 cutting machine4
for $8. Arrested. Machine believed'
to have been stolen in Cleveland.
Fair Saturday and probably Sun
day; mild temperature; light to mod
erate variable -winds.