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zatlons must have had a lease on
the building in which the fight is held
for six months prior to the date of
the bout. This is aimed to do away
with the fly-by-night organizations.
Three commissioners are to handle
the sport Each will receive $3,000
a year, and a secretary will draw
$2,400. License fees are graded.
Clubs in Chicago woulaMiaveto pay
$200 per year, and 5 per cent" of the
gross receipts ,of all fights must go
to the sta,te.
If some people who would like to
be appointed commissioners can be
kept quiet, and if assurance is given
that certain people will not get .the
jobs, there is some hope for the bill.
But if the promoters and managers
begin to mix in and get themselves
interviewed, it is all off with boxing.
Tom Houlihan, rolling in the Sem
radek league, knocked 279 pins in
one game and averaged 226 2-3 for
, three games.
Senn 6, Parker 4.
Senn lights 21, Parker 2.
Englewood 24, Tilden 2.
Englewood lights 14, Tilden 9.
De La Salle ,17, Phillips 14.
Calumet 9? Parker 4.
Lewis 42, Crane College 16.
Lewis lights 22, Crane Tech 15, .
Loyola 28, St Louis' "U" 12.
Whiting j61, St Ignatius 21.
Hamlin Dodgers 27, Eck. Imps. 18.
.Hamlin Clippers ,70, Ogden Pk 27;
Naomi A, C. 34, Sioux A. C. 12.
Bessemer Park 30, Palmer Tk. 15.
, Oak Park Braves 23, Sinai Met 21.
( Joe Koske, Pittsburgh- welter
weight is to fight in this neighbor
hood under the management of Jim
my Kilroy. He has been matched
with Ed Billings before the Superior
A. C. for a go the latter part of this
month. Billings is highly touted
among the Badgers and has a pre
, vious draw to his credit witsh Koske.
The Pittsburgher, according to Kil
Toy, has improved greatly since that
time. JKbske is rlso open to meet
Spike Kelly, Willie Schaefer or Reb
Russell, and Kilroy is willing to post
a side bet for an engagement with
either. Mickey Anderson, Koske's
stablemate, wants, a go Kvith Phil
Harrison, Mike Hirsch, Terry Thom
as or any other good middleweight
Kilroy's mittmen are working out at
the Collins gym, 1731 Wells st
REV. BRUSHINGHAM AND MRS.
ROWE MAY LOSE JOBS
The Rev. J. P. Brushingham, politician-minister
of "the Thompson
clique, was gently shunted out of
his new job as secretary of the
morals commission last night by the
council finance committee when the
salary appropriation was cut from
the budget His work will passion
to the city librarian.
Mrs. Louise Osborne Rowe was
also ousted from her place as head
of the department of public .welfare
by the same method in spite of the
protests of a number of club ladies
who visited the committee rooms and
said lots" of things to the aldermen.
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LINCOLN BARTLETT SUED
Lincoln Bartlett, one of the less
important members of the loop press
advertising family, was accused, of
cruelty in his wife's divorce suit yes
terday. 'He is a designer of .gowns
at 5 S. Wabash av.
Mrs. Bartlett claims that his brutal
actions forced her to seek her "moth
er's home for safety. v
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ITS UP TO BRYAN
After an exciting squabble, the
Prohibition national conference
voted against sinking the Prohibition
party into a national dry organiza
tion until one of the older parties
came out against drink in its plat
form. They expect W. J. Bryan to
swing his party toward the- dry move
ment before the next national elec
tion. o o
Bldg. Cpm'r Bostrom ordered 400
billboards be removed, in accordance
with U. S. court ruling.