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Top to Bottom Jack Dunleavy,
Jack Clune and Cliff Thomas.
Jack Dunleavy and Cliff Thomas
both weigh 126 pounds. They fought
as amateurs the greater part of their
careers, entering the professional
fields just when the allies informed
Kaiser Wilhelm that his challenge
had been accepted.
MISS GLEESON TO MAKE XMAS
FOR CLARK STREET STATION
The Christmas spirit will invade
the dingy Clark street station this
year for the thirteenth time at the
holiday season. Men and women
prisoners alike will be given a Christ
mas dinner and the cheer'that goes
with it by Miss Julia Gleeson, adult
probation officer, who has become
known wherever there are men and
women who have been locked up in
this station as the "angel of the Clark"
For thirteen years Miss Gleeson
has remembered the inmates of the
police station at Easter and Christ
mas time and every Sunday after
noon she is down there striving to
help the women prisoners. It is her
motto that there is more of good
than there is of evil in all people and
they are only waiting for someone to
call for the good that is in them to
"Glad to meet you."
"Isn't the moon beautiful?"
"Oozum love wuzum?"
"Do you "
I do "
"Da da da da !"
"Where the samhill's dinner?"
King Constantino is again reported
ill. The sultan stands to lose his title
of the "sick man of Europe" to the
Greek king. - "
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