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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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to beat Rede. Pfeffer.gave Reds fom
hits, errors counting Cincinnati runs.
Strangler Lewis and Joe Stecher
have been paid for the five-hour
wrestling draw they pulled off in
Perry Thomas, Argo 158 pounder,
knocked out Tommy Burke of Phil
adelphia in the fifth round at Argo.
The proposed fight between Jess
Willard and Fred Fulton for Labor
day at St Paul or Minneapolis has
been called off. We never thought it
was really on. Fulton will now claim
the heavy title by default.
We will claim Old Man Rockefel
ler's fortune and get as good results.
Manager Donovan of the Yanks
has been fined $100 by Ban Johnson
because Wild Bill sent his trainer
into the stand at Philadelphia to beat
up a Mack rooter who was roasting
the Yanks. The trainer was sus
pended for ten days.
C. J. Fitzgerald, who will be presid
ing steward at" the race meeting of
the Illinois Jockey club which begins
at Hawthorne a week from Satur
day, will arrive from New York to
day. Fitzgerald is a member of the
governing board of the Jockey club,
the eastern governing body, and will
have absolute control of the meet
ing. Horses are arriving at the track
every day and are being stabled.
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Women will not be allowed to vote
for municipal court judges this fall.
Denis J. Egan, chief clerk election
commissioners, said last night that,
in accordance with the recent ruling
of the Supreme court which prohib
its women from voting for judges,
the election board had decided to re
fuse the ballot to women. The wom
en have little to vote for this fall ex
cept president, sanitary board trus
tees, two assessors and a member of
the board of review.
Band concert at Grant park to-pight
New York, July 8. The New York
Times on June 28 printed the follow
ing special dispatch from its London "
correspondent: "The 'Daily Mail this
morning says:
" 'In the house of commons yes
terday Mr. Ainsworth asked the
home secretary if the censor has vJ
passed a telegram which appeared in
the New York American from the
London correspondent of the Inter
national News Service, stating that
the admiralty had admitted an over
whelming defeat by a portion of the
German high seas fleet
" 'Mr. Samuel replied that the mes
sage in question was not included in
any telegram sent from this coun
try, but was composed in the New
York office of the International News
Service, with the exception of the
word 'overwhelming,' which was in
serted in the office of the New York
"K'There were several similar cases
at the time of the disturbances in Ire
land at the end of April, but the Lon
don representative of the agency has.
now given assurance that no such
manipulation of his messages should
occur again.
"'The Times (London Times)
publishes the text of Mr. Samuel's
written answer to Mr. Ainsworth. Re
ferring to the Irish message, he says:
" ' "There were several cases at
the time of the disturbances in Ire
land at the end of April in which mes
sages, appearing in the New York
American and the New York Journal,
which purported to be from the Lon
don correspondent of the Interna
tional News Service, bore no likeness
to the cablegrams actually dis- A
patched, and in some instances gave
information which was the opposite
of that which had been sent to 'the
press." ' "
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Aryan Grottc to stage spectacle
for benefit of militiamen's families at
Cub park tomorrow night

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