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ture the bill which legalized boxing,
announces he will shortly introduce
another bill to repeal the measure.
He says he is disgusted with the way
the game has been conducted.
Henry Graumann of the Dearborn
rooms defeated Doc Rogers, Ben
singer's, 50 to 46, in the Chicago Bil
The White City White Sox, Calu
met and Shamrock Hockey clubs of
the Chicago Hockey ass'n will prac
tice tonight at "the White City ice
skating rink at 6 o'clock.
Plans are rapidly being completed
for the official opening of the sea
son and the official schedule of
games for the winter will be issued in
a few days.
After practice a meeting of the as
sociation will be held and all mem
bers and players who are not al
ready affiliated are requested to turn
1 STAR TELLS HOW TO
Fourth of seven lessons in spare
bowling by "Count" John Gengler,
the Belgian star, now bowling in the
United States and ranked next to
Jimmie Smith, the world champion.
We think an anchor would be a
better symbol to put on the new
dimes instead of the pair of wings.
Author! Speech! Speech!
WHAT HAS B&OMi
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THE 4-7-9-10 SPLIT
l 1 5 i,:
By "Count" John Gengler
This is a difficult split and should
be practiced thoroughly.' Hook the
ball from the right corner of the al-
lfiv. strildner thfi 4 n!n Herhtlv on thfl
Teft side. Use enough speed so No. 4
will slide across the alley and knock
down No. 9 and No. 10. The ball
will follow through and pick off
THE CONDUCTOR WHO
CJHELDTHE CAZ fl FEW
, To be a dramatic critic a fella has
to be pretty good at writing about