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pected there will be a big boom in
amateur athletics this year.
As to golf, Jones says it is the best
sport in the '-world to properly de
velop a chap.
"It beats swimming and "the other
sports," says the boy champwn. "Be
sides giving me good bodily health,
it has helped my eyesight a lot and
made me more eager to pay atten
tion to my school studies.
"I advise every boy in America to
play golf if he can get the chance.
"I used to get up every morning at
6 o clock and go around the course.
"I am going to stick to golf as long
as I can swing a club and I believe I
will always be in good shape physi
ANECDOTES OF PRIZE RING
HEROES BY NOTED REFEREE
J By Eddie Graney
(Great Among Great Referees)
Everybody knows that "Spider"
Kelly has a sharp tongue and ready
The "Spider" proved this many a
time during his career in the ring
and when behind fighters.
pne could never tell what the "Spi
der" was going to spring next. He
had a different come-back every
One night I referred a go between
Jack Johnson and Sam McVey. Kelly
,was seconding McVey and trying to
make the best of a bad mess.
After a while McVey goes down
and out We're all standing over
him and wondering whether Johnson
had killed him or not: In the midst
of the worry and after he'd been
counted out five minutes, Sam be
gins to open his eyes.
Lots of first aid work brought him
up in a dazed condition and he says
to Kelly: "What was it, a draw?"
Kelly gave him one of those "you
poor boob" looks of his and said:
"Say, you didn't get no draw! That
big stiff of a referee, Graney, gave it
to Johnson. Whadda yu' think about
BISMARCK STRIKE STILL ON
'Union waiters are passing out
cards saying the "Bismarck strike is
still on," and alleging "fighting union
labor, not butterine," was the cause
of the Kohlsaat restaurants going '
"They overlooked the fact that
365,000 union people eat in Chicago - J
every day, it goes on; then asking:
"Does it pay to fight union1 labor?,
Ask Knab, Henrici or Daley."
JIM AND WM. FINED $200
James Weinstein and Wm. Middle
man arrested in loop store for alleged
attempt to steal woman's v purse.
Fined $200 and costs by Judge- Sam
uel SH. Trude. Testified they were
going to make purchases. Policeman
said neither had any money.
New York. Geo. Gray Bernard,
sculptor, to give replica of his statue
of Lincoln, liberator and democrat,
to Russian people. Will be erected
New York. Bemy Sternberg
charged by police with murder in
first degree in connection with the
strangling to death of Mrs. Elsie Lee
Hilair in Hotel Martinique.
South Bend, Ind. J. M. Studeba
ker. Sr.. the waeon maker, left es
tate of ?1,T)00,000.
Cleveland. Ten retail coal deal
ers indicted for violation of anti
trust law by combining to fix coal
jNew York. A. O. Sander and
Chas. N. Wunnenberg pleaded guilty
to charge of sending spies to Eng
land to get military information for
Germany. " &
LENTEN MENUS FOR ONE DAY
Breakfast Sliced bananas and
cream; whole wheat gems; coffee.
Lunche'on Celery baked with
cheese; toast; tea.
Dinner Tomato .soup; codfish
curried with rice; brown betty pud