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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 15, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 8

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tiers portend a hot scrap, "with the
odds favoring Hammer. The match
is at catchweights and each will scale
in the neighborhood of 138 pounds.
Swedish American A. C. will go to
the fight city in a body to plug for
Nate Lewis is optimistic over the
. chances of matching Charlie White
for a battle in Buenos Aires with
Fred Welsh some time in July. A
meeting between the .managers and
promoters will be held in New York
today and a definite settlement is
Mendels won the five-man title in
the stale bowling tournament with a
mark of 2,955.
' Miscellaneous Scores -
Garden Citys 6, Gun there 2.
American Giants 13, Laporte 1.
Joliet 6, Rogers Park 2.
Overland 13, Eagles 3.
Nationals 4, Amos A. C. 1.
West Sides 5, Melrose Park 2.
Teutnias 6, Timoleon 3.
St. Martini 2, St. John 1.
Kramer Colts 6, Shamrocks 4.
Reliance .14, Lake 2.
Kirchman 7, Norwood Park 0.
Popular demonstrations in the as
sassination of time and the liberal
smashing of speed records are pre
dicted for the Chicago speedway dur
ing the present season as the result
of the offer posted yesterday by
President David -F. Reid of the local
course, who has come forward with
a cash bonus for the successful elim
ination of all previous marks,
v -That the ( offer of the Chicago
Speedway a'ss'n of $1,000 for the
man who can beat and hold the
world's record for two miles, togeth
er with the additional offer of an
other $1,500 if his time exceeds 120
miles per hour, is one that is bound
to bring results is the decided opin
ipn of those prominent in motordom.
The present world's record is held
by Chassagne, the French driver,
.who drove a Sunbeam around the
Brooklands track, England, at the
rate of 118 miles per hour.
The Orpet trial began at Wauke-
gan today.
Will H. Orpet, University qf Wis
consin siuaeni, appeared in court io
answer to the charge of murdering
his sweetheart, Marian Lambert,
Lake Forest high school girl and
choir singer.
It is expected that the trial will
be lengthy. There will be. much
difficulty in securing a jury, it is felt
The defense has already expressed
displeasure at so many of the first
venire being from Lake Forest and
Highland Park.
Orpet is wan and nervous. His de
bonair 'air of the first few days of
his arrestTias vanished with the con
finement of months in the musty
Waukegan jail
Marian Lambert was found dead
in a Lake Forest woods following a
tryst with Orpet, whocame from
Madison, ,Wis., to meet her after
making efforts to create an alibi
which might later seem to prove that
he had not been away from Madison
His alibi was crushed by State's
Att'y Dady.
The girl's death was caused by
cyanide poison. No container was
found near the, body.
Ornet. it is"T)elieved, thought his
sweetheart was in a delicate condi
tion. She 'had thought so herself,
but shortly before her death knew
Severe damage done to small trees
by heavy-hailstorm yesterday.
Herbert P. Crane, steel millionaire,
in ciy with 19-year-old bride. He is
over 60.
Nurses took revelver from man
who tried to hold up Chicago Nurses'
club, 1910 Calumet av. He escaped
without loot
Walter Conrad sped from motor--cycle
police. Auto crashed with ma- .
chine of T. M. Fowler, Oak Park. Ar
rested. ' . .

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