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SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1112.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS THE CALUMET NEWS. PAGE SEVEN By Fred I. Leipziger I J rnn i , . - 1 L'NPEHSTANP WH1 COULDN'T .i. i.inu ' oisir:M HtLNANlv. COOLP INHVI Nit MA NO TO HAVfc. HER iMOTMfcH HftRE. PfcK A VISIT . ( WlT wmat'j THE DFP iT'i A (iOCS THNC To KNOW :F THt H 1 1 ANf V z0.' v 1 SVCH A NICfc 1 I BRAC'-A -BRKJ' ( That (notsn'A Iff, I Wuu tfeT Vf 7 WKTXU- ' iill.i.Y -Jjon't mij i.BT THB PVlT ' 4j- - w't y WMAT --AHt- I Ko: A. Fa ik. Arji. HASN r Ht PMlveNT&D THfc. VUIT OP MOTrttK SCHM I TZ. AN.O TSaStBfcW AVEC Mfc. (rANY HCWSJS OK DAi OF TcvU WCSjfV, ANU iNCCNVPNjtCNCfj ,- I -.1 AND WHAT li MCRE 1.00k. at Trie EXPENSES HAS SA.VSD MR FoM ' And once again tether's fund hopes are dashed to Larth N I WHAT! VMy AV t, . MMHI K , "7 t . I THAT ON ACCOW Nf -I- ANCEUNt';) -"POLI-ARS A VV t-.fc K i " ' IkVTaA .... . I jvMMOi. T.NML THA" r 71 ) sut dcn't object No mam ' I U I -l np inr- VI W'jVL V J 1 J& CjUO TO J ' I Laurium Department j PRICE OF SUGAR DIG YIELD IN CUBA BrtlNGING IT DOWN TO LOWE8T POINT IN NEARLY A YEAR. rnty-Nln' pouinln i r capita, wtMfMt i! lSJlO. whi'ii siiKitr wax nim h tlu'ap-t-r. tin- p cuiilla coiiHuniptiuii whs Ichfy-two ponnrtii" The whoieaalc pflM "f lugar hM u i lined twenty ( nls u hundrt-d pounds tho pawl wt'ck, and It in thought thut number l" bird hunters, li.-ns8 last FALLING OFF IN 1911. Fewer Deer Licenses Issued Says State Game Warden. St.ui tits COtnpUleaJ ly QMM War den Mates siiow (hut there Were fewer der licenses is.sued in MtohlfM lat fall than in If 10. In l'JIO, then- wtte 1'2.I7I issu.-d, while Tim: were old last t'nil. Iti r.tld. tlnte wtie iiL'11 nott ri'Hithtit licenses i sued, ii s compared with 10J last full. There v;',s ;i slight tin reuse in the there will he further reductions bejfON the middle of Kehrunry, us a heavy erup in I'uba Is reported. The favor- year as were .sold compared with !! the previous year. The fetw re Oclvod last ear amounted to $-C- ,,l.e reports from Cuba had a bearish . o o."o w hile the total for the praVl t on the market, and the wholesal ers now believe that they will buy ugar lthiu thirty dayn at a lower tuan they hae pmld far it since ;i .. ii ago. V sterday sugar was (pjot ed In New fOJtj at $:.ri(t, $." 86 u hun die, I ixainds, delivered. "The Jobber! do Iheir heaviest buying the latter part of January and early in I - In u iry," said a dealer yesterday. "Hug ir is always cheaper in Kehrunry ouh year wus $8,530.50. BOWLERS ENJOY "FEED." Laurium Elks Win Match But Lose Series and the Supper. The deciding matih of the Klka' lovliiur league was rolled last even ingr and although the Illinium Klks won tWO ejBWOfl and the match, they li.sl the series and a or, ling to agree 1 1. hi in any other month of the year, an i nient w ere ( alhsl upon to provide the ; ' .man crop Is available then. Tle-jsupper lor the wieners. The score Jobbers tiooallj make contracts for do-I made last evening w ere especlall) livery from sixty to ninety days, anMgood. Following the match a very en as a rule the prlCOl begin to ro up af-'Jo.vahle supper was served at the I'al- : these contracts are closed The ace Hotel- of Laurium. Jnlihers huy Inavy in I'eliruary. The All-Hturs won a match from the "A further decline or twenty points U am M-lccted by K. S. Katon on the before the dose of January would not 1 1 owaublk otua alley i last evening, surpriee me. All the information we Kxceptiouallj tine n i.i were niiulc. I is to the effect that Cvba Is ting nn unusually hea cri ip. ; "I!I"5y"I,5'I'J,,J!4Mv,Td I'm ih ! -more, tin- licet sugar crop of tliej'l 'V I ' ii ii el .-in. - last fall was tin- largest V LAURIUM BREVITIES Labrador's Short Summer. "How brlal i.s the summer on the highlands of Labrador!" Bays Scszkcth I'ritcbiird In tho Wide World Maga zine. "Know does uot melt till July: then with a rush midsummer comes Grasses and leaves grow almost visi bly, the wild cotton soon (lings out Its little white pennons, millions of ber ries ripen on the ground, the loon cries, the ptarmigan calls, and fo4 may even sew a bottorfljr balancing In the warm wind. But then also wakens the countless army of hunchbacks, lean and gray mosquitoes, piping blithely for blood. So mi miner reigns. Then suddenly one day. at the end of Au gust, after the sun hns sunk behind the barren crags through the balmy warmth of evening, one may wake up to ilnd everything transilgured and the (list snow of another season al ready falling." SPORTING DEPARTMENT The Emperor's Bell. Oue of the biggest bells in the world is in Cologne cathedral and Is known as the "Olorlosa." It was cast from twenty-two French cannon enptured in the Franco-Prussian war and was pre sented to the cathedral by the kaiser. It boars the Gorman anus and two In scriptions. One. in Latin, espressos tho emperor's gratitude for tho divine mercy in granting him victory The other. In German, declares: "I am the emperor's bell, and I proclaim his glo ry. I till sin red post, and I pray heaven to grant ponce uud prosperity to tho Gorman empire." on record. ' ' nr people r?n not expect sugar to I" as . heap oii it was In Februury. I 'M Th.y doubt Whether It will get Mr8 HiOhOTtf M. Cocking, of 1191 within 1 a hundred pounds r thel,,.lk(. uden evenue, It doing nlcoH lrlce then r-revalllng. Hut the danger Uy an .p. ration at the Calumet & "I extremily high priced sugar is pass- n- da hospital on Jan. 3. "1. It v, predicted that the world's) Sall , Mawrence haves for Chlca- iRar rip for the year olMIng June LI go on business tomorrow. 191 I. will be about l,r.()0.()00 tons short The Knighls and LadtOO of Security ' world s needs. A normal world h.lv,. arianged for a "sheep" dance at the LaOffUin bank bull on Saturday, Jan. 20. It Is expected the event Will prove ii pleasant one. 'lid have bOOn about 17,000,000 tons. "Lnsl February the dealers looked '"i ' u l;. i. lds, hut the Cuban crop t- II ronsiderably short of th. . stimates. A l Id of l,s0,000 tons was expect but the crop proved to be only t, 11 t 'tis It is thought that the frtban yield this year will be about 1. toaa Last summer the drought in Qcrmany, Austria and other parts ol Bui in iM-Kim to affect the niarket. The price Increases the latter part of 'itimier were sensational, an I the prices dh not begin to decrease until n large yield of Amerlcnn sugar beets was assured. "American di alers an- looking for wlth Interest to see whether Oreat i:r(taln will take any of the ru 1 "i beet sugar crop If Oreat Hrltnln I msumer of 'uban sugar he price in this country will, without doubt, he affected. Russia is a great K"RMr producer, but by a (.invention "; power, her export Is now limlt "i to aoo.ooo tone a year. The Rus "lans would like to have this limit extended to r.00,000 tons. This ques '""i will probably be determined at convention at The Hague, the latter 1 "' of thin month. 'n 111 the consumption of sugar In he United Htntes amounted to sev- Be Honest With Children. It should need no long discussion to convince parents that, if they want their children to be honest and straightforward, they must be honest and straightforward in dealing with their little once. Children are such arrant ImltatorB that It behooves their elders to set the best example for them In speech and action. Few Have. Miss ScribbleThe heroine of my next story is to be one of those mod em advanced girls who have Ideas of their own and don't want to get mar ried. The colonel (politely) Ah, In deed. I don't think I ever met that type. Life. Wanted to Patent a Circus. P. T. Itanium ouce cume to the oBice to know if he could patent the three ring circus. In technical purlance bis three rlug circua was nn aggregation and not a combination to produce a new result. Therefore It was not pat entable, which information highly in censed the showman. "It will bo adopted by every circus just as soon a. I make It known." he declared. And It was. Scientific American. A Tightwad. "I understand that Mi. Pluclipenny has been operated on for appendicitis." remarked Miss Cayenne. "Yes. It's the first time any one wa known to get anything out of him." "And even then they had to give him chloroform to get that" The Strange Part. Ilardup You see this half dollar? "Yes. Why? Is there anything ex traordinary about It?" Ilardup Rather! It's mine! When is a boxer's eye like a barrel' When it's bunged up. m PLAYERS ON EASY STREET HUGHEY JENNINGS OF DETKOI1 IS DIRECTOR IN TWO OF THE BANKS OF SCRANTON, PA. Hugh Jennings is a real bloated bondholder. The Tiger chief bought a substantial chunk of stock in the Traders' National batik at S ianton. Pa., the other day and was ptomptU elected a member of the board of dl tei Iota, The famous "K-Yah" baseball leader la now a director in two Bonus ton banks. Three years ago, when the dd l-'orge SuvlngR'bank was organized. Jennings was made a no mher of tiie board. The baflptayei I coming Into Iks own the.se da.s. Hugh JonnlRgl was a coal miner in I'ennss I , a n I. twenty-tlve years ago. He worked his wa 'hroiigh Cornell university, paying for his tuition by coaching the varaft) baseball squad. Now we nod him a dtffoctoc lii two banks. Coraellua McCUtUcuddy (Connie Mack) is another gent who has Mad rapid progress in bane-hall. Twent flve year ago Connie .Mac), waa a ahoa worker m Maeaachiieetie Today he owns a sirb:t initial block ot stock in the Philadelphia American league club and is one of the highest salaried men I in baseball. Mack's annual income runs j in five II g tires. Jim MiAlnr has Just acquired a large interest in the BCeHoil Americans, and Clark Qfftfllth is said to have bour.ht stock In the Washington Ainet- , l a ns Charles A. Coiniakey Is the weal thiest fornn-r ballplayer. Com lake oaviis the Chicago American club out right, troorgc Ti l can i another Imll plaer who made good as a olubowner. At one time OeorgC owned three ball !ubs Kansas City, Louisville and I O liver. He sold the Louisville club to BUI) flrayenn ; disposed of his etook in Banter to Jimmy HcOill and still tetains the Kansas City American as sociation club wh ch is the most profit ttlle minor league club In the business The Kansas Cit club earned floo.iMin for I . m an last ear. IR iif the diamond Pet haps he will have I oinefliilig to tell about ills doings v. In n lie luud at tile. Yankee i, Mice out contractu uud attending to othc today to take up the work Of sendini; affulrs of the lub. v WHO'S TY COBB AND WHY. 4 I Tyrus Raymond Cobb Is Jf ! cars old. m B iii mm bom iii Roystoa, ;a. V Helroit seeded him In III the Baatk AtlHiith ica'-ui for $7oo. : J- He was 17 years Of a;:e Vhon he broke into tin major leuglie. His Hist league game w is v in 1'.I04 at Augusta, Qa. His family opposed his play I lug ball, thinking his life would b a failure. He weighs ITI pounds and is I' feet II inches tall. He beta left-handed. but throws with his tight. J Hi-'h an all-wool Democrat an. I aaa argue Ire- tralc all I- night. : ! Hi s a era, k ritle shot. ! I His big regiet Is that he nevi r took up football. His lather was piincipal of a ! preparatory school. lie'.-, , .it a tamper lik( a Mick ! ! of d.Miainile, but behind It there ! ! is a wealth of common sense. v H.h fathe: was a rifle shot. ! horsein.in and athlete B His mother has sjiid of him: B "When T was a child I used to ! ! WOfl about Mm, becaasi- lie ! B era so impulsive and strong- ! B willed. h'.;t hit father v hell- CBCf 1 IpakO of It woahl alwavs B sa : 'Never mind that bo ; B he'll get along all right. He's v a law unto him.s, a m even v though he is impulsive, he's got B B gsd cotninon si-nso to rully tin- B der Use bumps he's bound to get." vvv vkt,',III!,v!!",t"!,4' MORAN TO MEET MANDOT. New Oilcans. Lu. Jan. 13. The West Side Athletic elub agreement has been signed b l)veli Moiail to meet Joe Mandot here mi Ktbruary l. M nival week, in a twenty-rouad liotit The mOal posted $J.riH forfeits to mal.i 1 23 pounds ringside. SPORTING EDITOR'S NOTES. WILL ENTERTAIN ATHLETES. SICK, UPSET STOMACH. V B Heartburn, Indigestion, Gas or B Dyspepsia Go in Five. Minutes. v : B : : : ! : Too Ready With Assistance. Smith "Ooldmorc Is a very gen erous old fellow. Do you know, he's always helping somebody out?" Jones (amity) "Yes, I know; I was down to see his daughter the other night, and he helped me out, too." Stray Stories. PEOPLES Theatre, Laurium Gridrella's Comedy Dogs An Act That Will Please Young And Old Complete Change of Pictures Remenbar Our Shows Consists of 4 keels of Feature PfCtfWti and hest Vaudeville Obtainable in This Locality. Vhy not get some now this mo ment, and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give it a good out, then take Pape's Diapopsin to start the di gestive Juices working. There will be no dyspepsia or belching of c.as or eructations of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead In the stomach or heartburn, sick headache and MmBjM ss. and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous OdOTO, Pape's Diapcpsln costs only f0 cent for a large case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most obstin ate case of Indigestion and I'pset Stomach In five minutes. There Is nothing else better to take Ons from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and lute-' -. and. besides, one single dose . .1 digest and pre pare for assimilation Into tho blood all your food the same ns a sound, healthy stomach would do It. Win n Tdnpepsln works, your stom ach rest gets Itself In order, cleans up -and then you feel like eating when you come to the table, and what you cat would do y ui good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery Is waiting for you as eoon a you decide to take a little Dlupepsln Tell your druggist that you 'want Tape's Diapopsin. because you want to be me thoroughly cured this time. Remember. If your Stomach feels out of order, and uncomfortable now. you can surely get relief In five minutes. WILL MEET FEB. 14. American Leaguers Will Hold Their Annual Schedule Confab. ('hicago. Jan. 13. American b-agin magnates will gather in Chicago Keb n ai 14 In their annual Schedule meet ing and, general t.ilkfcst. The date for the session was atiounced bv President Johnson and a bulletin to this effect will he forwarded to the respect ivi club owners ut once. Other business In siil s the formal ratification of dates maj COHM Up at the session but th nature of this will hot be divulged until Johnson returns from Ciu in natl whence he started tonight t- takt run- of spei iul business, of th national commission. JONES TO MANAGE CONLEY. Ad Wohjast's Guardian Adds Another Fighter to His List. Lot Angelts. Cal.. Jan. 13. -Tom Jotus, the eraftv manager of Ad. wOi past, has added I rankle Conh-y to his table of IlKhters. His first a I a pilot for the .voting featln t weight was to post a check Tor 11.000 today to back up I challenge of Abe Attell and Jack White. Jones believes Conley will set up a new it i r2 34 .i .f. ii dtet among the f a t In - M'FARLAND VS. WARD. Philadelphia. Ia., Jan. 13. Pa. ;,, , McKar'mnd and Jack Ward, the Fng Ush lightweight, were matched today to meet nt the National club of this citv on the night of January 24. Ac cording to the article of agre. incut the men ale to weigh in at l is pounds at o'i ih k on the night of the contest. It was rumored that a deul was on foot whorebv Harry Lord would go to Hoston In exchange for Trls Speaker. The rumor was promptly denied. P?ris to Give American Olympic Team s Good Time. N'ew York, Jan. 13. The pawing through Paris ot the American athle tes on their way lo the Stockholm OlympM games next summer will be made tho occasion of great sporting festivities, if plans outlined In a pro posal to the American Olympic com mittal are carried out. The Marquis Pollgaac, a wculthv man, will place the magnilh cut grounds f his chateau at Khclms at the dis- posed of g French committee with the I ev to promoting an international athletic meeting, when th. tmericao i hamplons will be invited lo partici pate Will Train at Cambridge. Cambridge, Jan. IS. The eastern try-outs for the Olympic games to be held at Stockholm, Sweden, next sum mer, will be hold June i at the Har vard Stadium. This Is In aooorilance with a vote passed todav b th. Har vard corporation to allow the Am i tctii- Athletic union the use of the field. A small admission will be charged, the receipts going tow aid lefra.ving the expense; of the Ameri ca n team while abroad. The track at the stiulium is lift liollbtodly the fastest in the World. n It scores of records have been es tablished, Including the one mil- world's mark held bv John Paul Jones. The grounds ate ideal tot III Held events, too. The stadium i . ipu hie of seating 30.00(1 persons yean oregg, the Map southpaw, has gone back to his trade of plastering nt Ouldesac. Idaho, for the winter. Steinfeldt, thO veteran National league intUlder. has been offered th Jib as manager of the Syrueuse club. Charlev i 'otniskey, owner of the Chi cago American league team, intends to spend $100,000 in additional cquipineti i at the Chicago plant. The old Ron, an thinks more seating eupacitv is need ed. The ChtoaejO Tacht tlub will con struct a $10,000 boat to race against the itovai Cmjadlan Tachl etuh of To ronto In a big International contest for the Commodore Richardson cup next summer. Kddle Sanity, the old-time reather MT eight star, has bei n natn.-d by Jack TohnOOn as IhC man BO vvants for rcf- en f his championship battle with Jim Hv nn. Johnson says that Plvnn Is a rough and ready mauler and he wants someone t Judge the contest who will force the fireman to aim .lis punches above the waistline. Parry Mci'ormii k. the old Chicago Milwaukee star, has Invested in a thicken farm and retired from bus -ball. The Jutksonville Club, of the South Atlantic league, has signed Percy Wil der as manager. Wilder was .lad. .son vlllo's star pitcher laat season. William Loury Presslev, known t.. every fon in the Virginia league circuit as "Ruck," has signed as manager of the Roanoke ttum for the coining sea son. owner Joe Cantillon. or the Minne apolis Club, has made anangements to have his Millers do their spring train ing at Hickman, Ky. With the exception Of his Olie-tll id Interest in the Worcoater i lub of the New Kngland league, Jimmy Collins is out of baaohoJl for the preoeat, A patent 'phone battery announcer and a garagi On the use of automo bile imtrotis will he installed in Piook l.vn's new $750,000 baseball plant. Pitcher Doe White has signed with On White Sox for 1M1. Doe says he v ill show the s un. goods next season flint he displayed before the GBha last fail. Manager FYed ClBChO, of the Pitts burgh team, has signed 11:11 living, who played gnat ball In Pi,1 on in !d for the Akron. and p league team last season. Hoston Is the only city In the coun try that has star bull plavets as chief executive of its two dubs Both John M. Ward and Janu s Mc.Mc. t w . re gtent performers on the diamond. The New York Oiants aeCO much pleased with their trip to Cuba, under the management of Prank Ramri.ft. Philadelphia this month. A championship it mWC owned by Heiidigo, the champion of Kiigluinl. was mMitloaad orr for $43 in London 1 1 enliy. CHANGES TO BE MADE. Big Shift is Promised in the Infield of the Yankees. New York. Jan. 13. -Wh.h- II. mv Wolvcrton, the new skipper of the Yankee team, hasn't intimated the cnangi .1 lie wlli muke In his le.im, there will be n big shift In the MB team'a Infield. it Is said that the new boss has his optica on a shortstop a ad a second sucker, ami tn.it the .ml perron who Is sure of his job Is Hal ( 'hc.se. Wolverlon did not see nny of the material ho has on tian.l. aiiiiongn has been told enough. Wolverton wants to get away to a good start in his row Job ami knows the only way to do In to build a stonewall lull It le hcMoved Uml B7oJvertoa has been In touch with other managers FIRST USE OF FORKS. An Invention Onc Considered Use less Luxury. The Italians, with their delicate good taste, wen responsible for the sub stitution of forks for fingers, but it is difficult to trace their use there 1 urthei back than the time corres ponding to the reign of our Queen QmabOth, and then they were not a ld ry known. 1 . aaa Mar yawn rolatoa that when bargaining with a ship's master to take him to the Levant and on stipu lating th,. use of a fork iu well as a knife and spoon at meals he dis covered that the owner of the vessel was not aiquainted with It. and In onb-r to obtain what he desired he hud to BOaorthe it. which he did ac cordingly, a an implement "to hold the meat while he cut It. as he con sidered it 111 manneis to touch the meat with his hands." It Is a curious fact that many In VOJltioaa, afterward of great benefit to mankind, are at first opposes tooth and null and have to make their way by degrees. Such was the case with forks. In some parts of Kurope thev were considered a useless luxury and sinful Indulgence and were for a long time under a bafl Of the clerics, though these latt.-r eventually had to give way and tolerate their use by those who wished to keep their fingers lean. In (Germany the ordinary people re gurded the Innovation as absurd af fectation, while the clerics considered them an insult to Providence, who had given man wholesome food which he ought not to be ushumed to touch with his lingers. In courtly Franc, h w.-vir, forks were a welcome ad -'Iii1' n and speedily became popular. l or.vate. a traveler and very odd character, of some reputation among the wife of pen Jonson's time, claims to have Introduced the fashion of th" "forked cutting of meat" into this - 1 nr try. His pretensions to this hon- "f have, as far as we are aware, ! ' en disputed, though there is II" 1 substantiate his claim. custom In Kngland wna of very dov growth. In the reign of .lames f and Charles L the fork was only IKirtiallv used, according tO the writ ers of those periods, and even under the commonwealth honors were equal ly divided between them and fingers The royalists, however, found them ver handy and adopted them for stabbing Into "Old Noll," who was represented bv ativ thing that could be placed and swallowed at a mouth fill. Later on. at the Restoration, their use became more general, but people were by no meir..i agreed on the beat method of handling them, and rules were soon fin uineeted for guidance, so that genteel persons tould pride themselves on the nice conduct of the fork after the maimer observed at court. Yet It Is difficult to overcome the projudlceO of old customs, and the sutlrost- of the day often amused thetns, ,.s describing the awkward lies of their country cousins who. on visiting town and using the in- thut a plan to inv ade Japan next sea - j st t unient for the first time. thrust son Isulrcud, tn-ing talked ef by them, (the morsel they had transfixed over Scoops' Carey Is the flrpt Pitts- itbe shoulder while their fingers, from burgh Pirate to affix his signature to f roe of habit found their way Into a contract "Scoops" savs he is J their mouths. - L.n.lon Qloba, well satisfied with the document as It ' calls for a substantial Increase of sal ary. In five years as manager of minor league clubs, Harry Wolverton, now manager of the Highlanders, nev er had Ii am th.i t tliiislie, less than thud lie won two pennants, finished second t v, ice and third once. Hugh McHroen, former secrets rv of the Hoston Red Sox, is considering the purchase of a half Interest In the Jer sey ity flub of the International league. In case Hugh buys he will be placed at the head of the Skecter out fit. The Central Kansas and Kansas State leagues hi e 1 , ui.h, , ul.l ted. the ONE WAY TO COOK STEAK. To c.wk round steak tender one must have the skillet hot. with a very little suet op butter in the skill. 1. flour the steak, after having pound.-.l it well to bieak the libers, and lay the pieces In the smoking b..t skillet. While the t ease must b, snmk ng h t " ': I must not be score htsl Sprinkle a little salt over the eteak and cover closely wltli a lid the . loser the better as this will confine th steam. Turn mice or twice, and cook until done. The steak will cool the grease, and If the fire Is too hot it should be drawn a little aside, so as not to scorch, while still cooking new organisation to be known as the rapidly. The hot grease will sear the Central Kansas league. Salinn Lyon surface nnd confine the Juicea; the New ton. Croat Hen, I Manhuti n .Inn- steak shoeJM MA '..iv , .1 o.rk thrust Hon City. Clay Center and Concordia I Into it for turning, but a narrow pan- will . mnprlse the ,-ircnit icake turned may lit us, ,1 to good uil- V a 1 'fig.- ". iniliotier Ijtst year was a prospermia one for the boxing gan-.e. but non. ,,f the till, s trying to Induce thi-m to agre- to a changed hands. 1 1 d i t 1 1 ades which w ill land him j It looks is II Kuhiuk a , , . , purcbeUMSd ajhemt fCB Plaaoa OTOC) v eat the men he wants for the Inner parti beating when he meets Carl Morris In from the faculties In Chicago. Prior to the recent revolution Mexico