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Baldwin in the first round. The vet
eran lightweight was put out with
the old one-two punch, a right to the
heart starting it and a left to the jaw
being the finishing toufih.-.
Kid Williams mauled Dutch Brandt
in ten rounds at Brooklyn. Brandt's
face was cut and bleeding at the end
of the bout.
For the first time in many seasons
Chicago is not lightly regarding its
football game Saturday with North
western. The Purple men have been
worked over by the coaches until a
fine brand of teamwork has been se
cured. Several new men have been
uncovered and the scoring strength
of the team has never been equaled
in the past. In no previous season
has the team been able to secure as
good practice as now. A fine fresh
man team furnishes plenty of opposi
tion and there is increased enthu
siasm in Bvanston.
Stagg's eleven is under the handi
cap of being in its first game, while
Northwestern has already played and
defeated Lake Forest, running up an
unusually high score.
All other Conference elevens will be
in action Saturday, but the two local
teams are the only Big Nine people
who clash with each other. Illinois
has a hard battle with Colorado
School of Mines. Wisconsin goes
against the easy Marquette eleven,
and the other big fellows have soft
In the five-mile walk at Gaelic
Park, 47th and California, Parker was
first in 48 minutes. Kretz finished
second and Campbell third. Miss
Helen Knight, won the two-mile
women's walk by default, no com
petitors appearing against her.
Mr. Rockefeller, Jr., has announced
he will organize a mine workers'
union of his own. That will be some
labor union not!
The wireless telephone has arrived.
The whispering wind will now carry
more secrets than ever.
7 WOMEN DON'T AGREE WITH
HICKSON ON SCARLET WOMEN
Scarlet women rescued from the
street and from houses of shame were
guests of pink-cheeked girl from fine
homjes at the Great Northern hotel
Women of the Protestant Women's
National Alliance had the girls there
and their daughters were mingling Q)
It was a strange gathering, but
strangest was the fact that one could
not tell the difference between one
class and the other.
Tt was a livine refutation of the
statement made last night by Dr. Wm.
J. Hickson of the psycopathic labora
tory. "About 80 per cent of them are
.mentally deficient," he said of fallen -women.
"They can be trained only
to such tasks as laundry work and
But Dr. Hickson only . encounters
the worst of the element of fallen
women. The women who are sent to
him for examination are poor wretch
es who have sunk so low that not
even the professional bondsmen
will bail the mout
The Protestant women last night
decided to give a masked ball and
have saved women mingle with their
sons and daughters. Yet Dr. Rick
son says there is no redemption for
them, that the are only good for hoe
ing and laundry work.
FIVE TO MOURN FELDBERG
Five women "will mourn over the
body of Sam Feldberg, who suicided
with poison at the Grad hotel, Gary,
The first, his wife, wants a divorce;
a second wants her rings back; a )
third insists he married her, a fourth
was heartbroken over his financial
trouble, and the fifth turned down his
offers of marriage.
In note he wrote before death he
told how women hunted him.
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A. malefactor is sometimes a fe-malefactor.