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b HIRE DAME TO ENTER BOXERS IN TRIBUNE TOURNEY BY WALTER ECKERSALL. University of Notre Dame, which has been among the leaders In intercollegiate athletics . e-", for 3-ears. WEI be represented in the , amateur boxing ,, tournament of , at 1 Tkhe Tribune A N ... a t Ashland 1..... B lk.. oulevard Auditorium on March 21, 2 and 23. k ., - loam,. : Knut - e lloekne. 1- 0 : -m..,-- .;, athletic directoI r ' ,001, '' :. -" ---'- at Notre Dame, i ,;,E.l'evs-' , t , ,......,4, -cho - . ,,,,,,?-.,----.1 sonal charge of I : .. takes per - A , .-,--ii ,,i,,. -,, , ,,.. the football teams ''''.." and track squads, conveyed the in. Nei,t formation at the virrE ROCKINE Illinois relay carnival at Urbana last Saturday that he will have entries In at least four classes. lie also asserted he will send as many ot hers who s,tow promise between now and March lt. when the entries officially close. Bodine Lands Tr:bune Move. -Tun TRIBUNE j doing a great good ty putting on this amateur tourney," Ileekne said. " The interest which will be taken in the tournament not oniy by the contestants but by boxing fans as well will go a long way toward showing the general public that boxing Ls needed in all our institutions of learning. "I like boxing because it helps my football men. It makes them quick and active on their feet. It also helps in Milting opponents Into positions to de,dge or be checked one way or the ether. I-don't know how my boxers will match up with other contestants but the experience will do them a world of good." Boxing is one of the chosen farms cf exercise indulged in by students at the University of Illinois. It is comruk,ory that students take some form It gymnasium work in order to secure required credits. They are permitted to select some course and. strange as It may seem, most of them choose boxing and wrestling. Instruction is given by Paul Prehn, well known middleweight wrestler, who Is also handy with the gloves. 300 Boxing Daily. Over 200 sets of boxing gloves are available in the gymnasium and an average of 300 students take part in boxing bouts each day. In fact, the glove supply is so small that many are f-Jrced to wait their turns to don the gloves with opponents in the friendly bouts. Large gloves are used and many of the students are becoming efficient in the art of self defense, according to Illinois gymnasium instructors. There is a strong possibility Illinois may be represented in the tourney. Jack Robbins, general supervisor of the Boys' Brotherhood republic, yes terday promised a full entry and in dicated his boxers will make a strong bid for the handsome team trophy. In the letter accompanying the entry Supervisor Robbins stated: - Robbins Boosts Sport. " I am a booster of all good things n d here is my O. K. for THE TRIBUNE boxing tournament. I have been waiting for something of the sort for a long time. I honestly believe that clean boxing is very constructive in the training of the boys' morals, health and character.' From letters accompanying the many entries received daily. there will be considerable activity during tlie three days of the tourney. Letters also are being received regarding tickets, and information of this sort will be announced later. Renato Cardin!, claimant of the Italian heavyweight championship, who will meet Stanislaus Zbyszko in a handicap match at the Coliseum tomorrow night. will retire to the ranks of preliminary grapplers if the Pole pins him twice in an hour. The Italian is sort of peeved that The impression has gone out he is not the equal of the former champion. Gardini believes he can beat the Pole two out of three falls in a straight match, let along being thrown twice in an hour. As Zbyszko made the Proposition to throw Cardiff twice in an hour or forfeit the purse. Cardini accepted. and in all probability will Wrestle a careful. defensive match. This match will be the semi-windup to the finish struggle between Ed 'strangler " Lewis. heavyweight charnPion. and Allen Eustace Of Kansas. GENE, HUTCH WIN $1,000 MATCH Miami. Fla.. March 4.Gene Sarazen and Jock Hutchison defeated Mike Brady. western open champion, and Leo Diegel. 2 and 1, in an eighteen hole exhibition match at the local countrY club today for a purse of $1,000. HANDBALL CUP TO ST LOUIS St. Louis, Mo., March 4.--St. Louis artmen Won four out of five hand. ,ball tames from the Chicago firemen nere last night and took possession of the Gradwohl trophy. CODEBILSKA WIN. Dr. Code and Anthony Bileka. of the Butkrteld Country club. defeated TomtnY G11- 129re, hhd Steve Weinberger. of the klatmllon tub. hlt a handball match at Engine Co. 32 71'--47 The acmes bad were 21-14. 21-13, 21-16. I 0 112 pounds C 1 118 pounds Name GIBBONS AND TRACEY BOXING ENTRY BLANK WASN'T I THE PERFECT CHI-n1P FOR TE.LLING HER I'D FOUND OUT IT WAS TI-IE MAIO AND 'NOT HERSELF "THAT LEFT THE REAR OF HER APARTMENT EVERY NIGHT! 11;17'N? OF COUPSE SHE MOUCHT 1.t:: BEEN SNOOPING. MA(BE SHE WAS RICHT AT 11-111. 1 771171711 i mr? HOW A CHESS - CHAMP TRAINS MRS. eLossom Is ' INDISPOSED .-r-HiS MORNIN: SHE AIN'T SEEN' NOBODY. r-e ' YOU GIVE i4ER .... -NESE. PLEASE - AND -TELL HER MR. WAL-r IS VERY kSOPRY - vERY SOtztRy. , tit,10E3zSrAND! AND NOW SHE DOESNT - WANT "TO E t OH. IF I'D JUST KEPT MY MOUTH SHUT IDIOT 11-40kT c, I AI-4 I PV-----7 Iti BATTLE TONIGHT DIIOUGHT EITS CHERBOURG, France. March 4.--flys Associated Press. " Battling " Ski, the Senegalese pugilist who is to meet Mike McTigue in a bout in Dublin, March 17, embarked today for Queenstown on the American steamer President Adams. Siki was accompanied by his wife and manager. Siki's first inquiry when he boarded the steamer was whether he could obtain something stimulating to drink. On being told the President Adams was a " dry" vessel, he complained bitterly. GARDINI OUT TO I Ztrdincoirtz;podwoTlobceal8114131:::.e"y TOSS ZBYSZKO 1 KRONE TELLS HIS IN MAT BATTLE' SIDE OF CALZA (Picture on back page.) Tom Gibbons of St. Paul, who maybe matched to meet Jack Dempsey for the heavyweight title in Montana this summer, will show to local fans at East Chicago .tonight in a clash with Jim Tracey of Australia in the main event of George Oswego's heavyweight boxing carnival. The Gopher heavyweight arrived in Chicago last week and made quite an Impression on local fans who saw him work at the Arcade. Torn is the sort of fighter seldom caught out of condi tion, as he does a lot of hunting in the north woods and needs but a few days of boxing to get back into form. Tracey also worked at the Arcade, and the bout is expected to attract a big crowd, as many Chicago fans prefer the heavies to the smaller boxers. Four Bouts on Card. The main event will be supported by three other bouts between heavyweights. Andre Anderson of Chicago and Farmer Lodge of Minneapolis will be the prinCipals in the eight round semi-windup. Battling Kavanaugh and Rufus Owens, two south side colored heavyweights, will open the show in a six round bout. This will be followed by another six rounder between Jim Kilty of the Arcade gymnasium and Jack McDonald of South Chicago. Tickets are on sale at the usual places. and a regular train will leave over the Illinois Central from the Randolph street station at 6a10 o'clock this evening. Anderson, Garcia Work Hard. Eddie Anderson of Moline and Frankie Garcia of Memphis, matched to meet in the windup of the show at the North Side Turner hall Friday night, will settle down to the last lap of training at the Arcade today. Indications are this will be quite a fracas and local fans are taking a keen interest in it. It will be supported by a card composed of local boxers. MAT SQUABBLE John " Doc " Krone, promoter of the George Calza-Paul Pinsky wrestling match at the Ashland Boulevard auditorium tomorrow, last night declared the action of the city athletic commission in placing a ninety day suspension on the Italian star was an injustice to the wrestling fans of Chicago.- The order of the commission was nullified by the injunction granted by Circuit Court Judge Ira Ilyner. " The commission evidently acted as a result of misrepresentations made by persons envious of Calza's popularity," Krone said. " The commission suspended him because it was charged he was only 5 per cent physically disabled when he declined to go through with his match with Daviscourt here three weeka ago. Does the commission want a ma to wrestle when he is not in proper ;oomiltionr Promoter 1-one last night completed his card with t'h l!! selection of Sam Clapham to meet William Demetral and Charlie Cutler to go on with Ivan Petroft. All contests will be best two out of three falls. ROTES OF THE GOLFERS No W. H. Arthur of Olympia Fields has returned from a trip to Florida, where be played on a number of courses. among them bring the private course of C. Mather Smith of Chicaro. located near Orlando. Joe MacMorran of Indian Hill is the profesAlonal there. Alec Taylor. the veteran Scotch Professional. who was at Exmoor and Eavisloe. rt Lea from St. Andrews. Scotland. -eying he has recovered Isis health and will be back at Lansing, Mich.. this season. Tom Waleh, manager Of the Dirmoor Gott club. will bead a big party which wiL inene,t the new course at 15th street and the thiae highway Una Afternoon Please enter me in the Chicago Tribune Athletic association araateur boxing tournament to be held at the Ashland Boulevard auditorium on March 21, 22, and 23. 112 pounds 0 126 pounds a 147 pounds 0 175 pounds :3 118 pounds 0 135 pounds 0 160 pounds 0 Heavyweight Club Place cross opposite elass you Intend to enter and mail blank to Walter Eckersalli, Tribune Plant. Entries close On March 14 and all Conte tants nittst ba registered in the A. A. IL EDWARD LASKER. Underwood & Underwood Photo. Chicago challenger for the United States chess championship now held by Frank Marshall trains for his big match both physically and mentally. Part of his priming process consists of fencing, at which the man who unmakes kings and captures castles wields a wicked foil. INTERSTATE LEAGUE. The Interstate Baseball league will bold its second meeting. of the sear tonight at 128 West Randolph street. cuICAGO DAIIX TRIBUNE: MONDAY. MARCH" 5. 1923. GASOLINE ALLEY-A PEACE OFFERING 5 NEW CHAMPS IN Cl A. A. U. WRESTLING TABLE OF POINTS I Jewish People's Itilinols A. C 13 Institute 30 :Greek Olympic A. C.13 Swedish American !Maplewood Orioles. 1 A. A 191Unattached .35c each 3 for $1.00 One of the higher Ideficx Collars that features the sagless band. eM1. (Picture an back page.) Five new champions were crownee !n the Central A. A. U. wrestlinf. championship tournament which close:ast 'night at the Swedish-American A-. C. The tournament was one of the best ever held, according to Harry Berz, the A. A. U. official in charge, the grapplers showing marked imnrovement over last year. The new champions are: Val Vosen, I. A. C., 118 pound dams; H. froendly. Jewish People's institute, 135 younds; S. Mishkin, J. P. 11. 147 pounds; 1V. Maurer, J. P. L. 175 pounds; F. Meyer, P. 1., 192 pounds. The champions retaining their titles vere: Andrew Callas, Greek Olympic A. C., 128 9ounds, and National A. A. U. ehampion; J. Sacks, J. P. 1-, 160 pounds, and Fred Meyer. I. P. 1., heavyweight, also winner In the 192 nund division. The Jewish People's Institute team ,ron the team trophy, scoring 30 points. 1Wedish-American A. A. was second with 19 points, while Illinois A,. C. was third with 13. Following are the winners: 118 poundsV. Vosen. 1. A. C. first; W. Anderson. Swedish-American A. A.. second; J. Leone. unattached. third. 126 poundsA, Callas. Greek Olympic A. C.. first: V. Vosen, I. A. C.. second; 11. Glagos. Greek Olympic A. C, third. 135 poundsH. Troendly. I. A. C., first: C. Johnson, Swedish-American A. C.. seeond; F. Steiskal. Greek Olympic A. C.. third 147 poundsS. Mishkin. J. P. I, first; L. Harris. J. P. I.. second; S. Rubenstein. J. P. L. third. 160 poundsJ. Sacks. J. P. I., first; A. Larson. Swedish-American A. A.. second; C. Busch, Maplewood Orioles. third. 175 poundsW. Maurer. J. P. I.. first; J. Smith. Swedish-American A. A.. second; J. Lieberman. J. P. 1.. third. 192 poundsF. Meyer. J. P. I., first: IL Lindatil, Swedish-American A. A., seeond: J. Smith. Swedish-American A. A.. third. HeavyweightF. Meyer. J. P. L. first: J. Smith. Swedish-American A. A.. second; J. Economous. Greek Olympic A. C.. third. MISCELLANEOUS BASKETBALL. Alpena Independents. 23: New York Nationlos 1R MONTBRO OK Ide stands for style; flex, for flexible. Put them together, and you have Idef lexcollars that cut their semi-soft material smartly. IDEFLEX COLLARS hare the Lie starched look D.'S DECREE HOLDS BABE AT HOT SPRINGS HOT SPRINGS, Ark, March 4. Special.--Draped in a vel- vet bathrobe and carefully watching his step, George Herman " Babe " Ruth slowly paced the corridor outside his room this afternoon in a brave but probably futile attempt to convince Dr. V. T. Woollen that he is or will be well enough to accompany Everett Scott, Carl Mays, Wattle Schang, and Mike McNally when these four players leave Hot Springs at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, en route to the Yankee training camp at New Orleans. 1 t-L "1"I UUV a"u ""J I After eleven straight tictories the -111- 1 watching his step, George i l'Aledoras yesterday lost their first game Herman " Babe " Ruth slowly of the season in the Windy City Indoor paced the corridor outside his room league, St. Alphonsus beating them this afternoon in a brave but prob- 4 to 3 in fourteen innings at Mphonsus ably futile attempt to convince Dr. gym. Art Werdell was the hero of v. T. Woollen that he is or will be for St. A?phonsus. His two singles, well enough to accompany Everett double and home run kept his team in Scott, Carl Mays, Wallie Schang, the running throughout. and Mike McNally when these four In the fourteenth. with his club one players leave Hot Springs at 1 run to the bad. due to the Medoras o'clock tomorrow afternoon, en having scored. Werdell hit a terrific route to the Yankee training camp drive into the balcony, sending Henel at New Orleans. - home ahead for the victory. It was the first defeat this season for Jimmy delinek, Medoras' star twirler. 15 TEAMS START S.T. A LP2 Orly E MEDORAS. AIC 1VaIndorf.rs 0 1 4 4 1 Birkho't.ls 0 0 2 IN SIX DAY BIKE ' I,,liutv,be g n ? 2 3 $ RACE AT GO THAM1,, 1 hul;I:ak:h.31) 1 " I 1 OlJelinek.p 2 2 0 3 1 4;1 !! 9, 1, 3., 9 New 'York, March 5.At one minute after midnight today Frankie Genaro, who recently was crowned flyweight champion of America, fired the shot which sent fifteen teams off in the thirty-fourth international six day bicycle race at Madison Square Garden. The epidemic of influenza caused several shifts in the lineup of the teams, as some of the original riders were unable to compete on account of illness. The standing of the teams in the six day bicycle race at 1 a. m. was as fel MI8.1491. Goull't-Grenda 25 9113rooco-Coburn 25 3 Kaiser-Eaton .2. 9Lorenz.Sa1dow 25 9 MeN.-loran 25 9 rrhomas-TYlor 25 9 Pitz,seeneer 25 9 Hanley-Magin 25 KocklerStk... 25 9 Buyttse-L. Buy.23 9 G'stm'n-Lands 25 OH. & T. Wyno..25 9 Kopsky-Ost. ..25 9 Oiiveri-Drob. ..25 Egg-Var; K....25 tJ DENNY DEE, OLD BALL STAR, DEAD Denny Dee, famous as center fielder of the Dreadnaughts, first of the great baseball teams of Chicago. died yesterday at his home, 24 Laurel street. Ills death followed by a few days that of his old captain and leader, Peter Norton. The funeral will be from the late home Tuesday morning to St Thomab AntlinR9 church. , I GEO. P. ME & CO., INC TROY, N. p ti WERDELUS HOMER IN 14TH BEATS MEDORAS Vollmanxf 0 0 0 0 0;Czt r'ski,rt 0 2 0 0 0 Tient-1.1s 1 2 2 4 l!Bora5,1f 0 0 0 0 0 Sverdell.el 1 4 1 0 0 ,Chmettk.rs 0 2 " 3 0 Mertz V. .11 0 0 1 0 Oa:l 0 er.c 0 2-8 1 0 Gcrulley.p 0 1 0 3 0 iSturm.313 1 1 1 1 0 414 42133' 3 10 42 1,0 1 Metloras 00000011000001-3 St. Alphonsus 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-4 Two baQehitsWerdell Reuel, Rosh. Murray, Jelinek. Chemelik Home runsWerdell. SLurm. Bases on ballsJelmek, 6; Gormley, 3 . Struck outjelinek. 26 ; Gormley. lb. RED SOX, 4; BOOSTERS, 2. Red Sox defeated the Smith Boosters in an indoor game at Lake Shore gym yesterdaY. 4 to 2, g a rn ering seventeen base knocks. In the ninth frame the Sox got Live hits. two of them doubles. but the spurt netted only One tally. Seore: RED SOX. I BOOST ERS. R IIP A El R It P A E Schning.p I 1 0 0 041 H'heols 0 0 0 3 0 tits 0 1 0 2 0 Tinker,c 1 3100 0 bauer,3h 0 3 5 8 41,C H'es.,3b 1 2 1 '2 0 Dorsey,c 1 3111 01.4evick.211 0 2 0 2 1 11-)fro lb 0 1 10 0 fl Tirer oil 0 1 1 1 0 Tracy.2b 0 2 0 3 0!Glass.p 44.0 0 0 2 0 ,,,,tes.ef 0 1 0 1. 0 Root.ib 0 112 0 0 Nelson.r1 2 3 0 0 O'Ain'ts'n.rf 0 0 1 4) 0 Losby ,Is 0 1 0 1 0 Kruser.rs 0 0 1 2 0 NI.Drs.y.lf 0 1 1 0 04Wallir'n.ef 0 0 1 0 0 4 17 '27 11 Ot 1)27121 1'2 1 Chicago Red Sox OW 000 et21t Smith Boosters 100 000 010-2 Two base hitsC. Hughes. Nelson. Sevick. Tigerman, Ott. Three base hitBauer. Bases on ballsGlass, 1: Schilling. 1. Struck out -7411,iss 8- 8fliillin.T. 8. LIMAISMZIM2122:11 PI sax BACKSTOPS DON ARMOR FOR REAL WORKOUTS (Picearaa on back pat..) Marlin. Tex., March 4.----tSpecia1.1 Shin guards, chest protectors. and masks will be pried from paraphernalia trunks when the White Sox battery forces start practice tomorrow. In the four workouts staged to date the four members of the catching corps were called upon merely to warm up the pitchers or Jog around the park while getting in trim. Starting tomorrow. they will operate la- hind full arma ment, handling the pitchers. pegging to bases, grabbing fouls, and fielding S COliD CUB SQUAD it bunts. As Manager Gleason proposes to C carry only three catchers the fight for Ma P GALLEs ToDAy berths Involving " Darby" Graham, I 1 " Bull 1' Long, and Charlie Dorman promises to furnish considerable excitement Who's Who Behind Bat. Graham accompanied the Pale Hose to Texas last spring and was second string backstop to Ray Schalk all season. Near the close of the campaign Long was obtained from Oklahoma City. The latter appeared in 110 West. ern league games and hit .298. lie finished the campaign with an average of .968. Dorman, a big, rangy fellow, formerly with the Oakland club of the Pacific Coast league. The Sox were given the afternoon off today. following a brisk forenoon workout in the chilling breezes. Gleason ran each pitcher through a snappy turn on the firing line and seemed pleased with the form displayed by Mack, Faber, Levet-ett, Connally. and Ted Blankenship. Mostil and Woodward Out. Johnny Mostil and Frank Woodward. the latter a promising recruit right hander, are on the casualty list. Mostil came up smiling today with an ulcerab ed tooth and Woodward was scarcely able to get around owing to blisters on his feet. Another pitching candidate report ed tonight in the person of nay Welbanks, right hander and native of Morrow, Cal. He's a giant. standing 6 feet 2 inches and weighing 210 pounds. Last season he pitched for an independent team at Paso Robles, Cal. VILLAS, 10; ARROWS, 7. Poor WIPPort of Kadin cost the Norse Arrows ad' indoor game yesterday. the YUAN A. A. defeating them, It) to 7. at the Tao g3rm. iStvre: Vitas 104 10'2 2.,,0-1 0 M. Arrows 005 000 200 7 Two base bitsFriekson. IIPtine4Oeit 12 t. Peterson. Lush. Home runStutter. Bases on bailsKadin 5 : Krueger. 4. struck out Kadin. 14: Krueger. 9. CHICAGO VS. FAIRIES. With vietories over many radt pro quintets In the roontry the Beloit Fairies will invads the Broadway armory Wednesdav might to m t, Uptown Chieago quintet. oma;,;,1;i. '0,;.s;410Eiat-1' 19 sax TUN FIREIIEH :! MARLIN, Tex., Starch 40- Special. Kid Gleasest. N every member of hk Nla1te:4, Sox sanguard composed. I chiefly of battery men. club of. tidal'', and Chicago baseball write es, era, qualified aa fire tightx.rs here ' 4 tonight when flames swept Wet Z: Rule sanatorium, used by the l'als Hose as training quarters. For three-quarters of an hour the conflagration raged. gutting the en-' tire upper section of the structure. The athletes fought their way into the smoke-ridden quarters and wheeled out trunks containing baseball parapherna!la and when the fire finally wax halted it waa È found that nothing had been lost' BY IRVING VAUGHAN. Avalon. Catalina Island. Cal.. Mareh 4.Spec1al.--With the exception of Manager Bill Kil- .1.". lace. the C u b training camp el now boasts , ita - ' ,- full personne I )'- , :I, ' 2,, The second squad , ,., co fr n umbering o n e , s':,,--,1- -4,. ""Ets r dozen k ' a tiltv ae.' ),k u - ' assorted athletos. dropped, ft s-, ,,,,'(1-4- I anchor here thi ' '. - ,--a.t, ''A j noon after a -tur C. - bulent JourneV eV ' , - ' i M from the main- , - , , 2' 1 I land. and seem; 1 n invited to try out .-14,e qi. , ,, , ' 1 , 4 ,ii their muscles in a. ,.;--, j climb over the i mountain. ' Work at the ball OSCAR DtGET. park was out- of the question because of a healthy rainfall during the night. Thin provided the members of the first squad. whit have been here nearly two weeks. with '- a complete day of rest. The ponderoue Hack Miller looms bigger than ever. if such a thing can be possible. Vie Aldridge, the hurler who held out until he learned William Wrigley wan conducting a ball club and not a charitable institution. also is burdened with excess meat: so is Johnny Kelliher, but he probably will ' 11 trim down in a hurry because he In going to he forced to hustle to keep from being shunted at the third sack.' Coach Dugey is going to put the later arrivals over the jumps without any ceremony. Today' s hike probably will leave some of the boys a bit stiff -- .--I lolly vrt VIIIAlly A k.aA, 0 Atan.A 6,011T ARROWS. AE VILA& It A E I will leave some of the boys a bit stiff ItiiP it P , , SwtPrlb 1 1 7 0 0 Sweeney,li 1 0 1 1 0 ping sore. but they will have a ehanee Gund'swis 1 '2 2 2 1 l'etenenrt 2 4 0 0 0 1 to looien up with some all around Neurd1.313 2 2 3 1 0 flen'oey.lb 2 4 9 9 0 ., I 'I, 1-.1 r);V.;;:.;;;Tm.'.e.' i i ii) ;,i 1 0 Z; I work tomorrow morning and in the Studer.21) 1 3 1 VAttirklat.,f 1 '..,! 0 0 () afternoon thsty will be celled upon to Fla.R h.rok 0 0 1 0 1 0V11,-jaer.31, 0 3 3 " . . 11wrzsi-ear,,extet 01 0.2 11 00 011111,,.lakjhttratt.li 01 20 20 30 (.6: ' uPalarrtieipraamtee i . ll a few innings of a ref Berwyn If 0 0 0 0 O'Manorer.213 0 8 ',I! 0 0 t gittin.n o " " 0 tIc.ruetrt.T.0 n 0 0 0 0 Having nothing else to do this morn- - I .,,g...,.- Ing, Scout Jack i)oyle mounted the 7 14 I!, it 41 10 I 1 if 0 - , ,k --A-11 AI --1-4.---- - --....... ,40ap box to extol' the virtues of George ; Grantham, the Omaha lad who is.jbi t! the process of tbeing made over from a third baseman into a second sacker.. !For the first few days of practice there was stbrne doubt as to whether , Ithe transplanting would be sueeemmfol. but Doyle now thinks he has seen 1 enough to warrant a prediction that Ithe kid will tIll the hill. 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Latest Jazz models for young men, conservative models for quiet dressers, patch pocket styles, sport, business and dress models, all wool fabrics, both domestic and imported and latest colors and patterns. Everything right up to the minute and guaranteed to please you. Come this week to our wholesale house and buy for less than regular wholesale price. These are the biggest values we have ever offered. LOOK at these Prices ! COME in and see our GOODS! SHOP BEFORE YOU BUY! .00 00 0 00 r'9 ti a U 11 JIG In Our flew - LOCATION -Mc ' $27.4-- 526r:31,85 1015 $ 11 Sale now going on. Open every day from 8 to 6 P. M.Saturdays 9 o'clock. Come and compare our prices with others before you buy your new suit or topcoat. WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS 372-374 W.JACKSON BLVD.At the Bridge i i ? t ; - - 4 te ir I 0 0 0 , 1 0 v a a I Ide stands for style; flex, for fle3dble.. th Put em , 1 I $ . elLj 8 8 g1 r. C . ,3 1;: 9 .1 1011 11 1 8 r - ... . - , together, and you have Ideflexcollars that i f , 7, A cut their semi-soft material smartly. , 1 , 7.).- 0 IDEFLEX COLLARS have the Ide starched look i I I $ 1 it:c i 1 t A $ , . 8 5 i. .i . ,. I I N Ititli ,t,O,,...ask tvit a GEO. P. ME & CO., INC ' I 1 4 4 .00 Or 0 , d j ,wkw,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ttoo, TROY N. Y , I A. Jr44 , le"4"A.' , '444"v 4P4 41 i Sale now going on. Open every day from 8 to 6 P. M.Saturd cl ays 9 o'ock. , n r4 , a i )' : . -4 , tl, -------,.,,.... ffi) 1 - . doE, I i Come and compare our prices with others before you buy your new suit or t, okk . tit IcA T's t '' - 0 1 11. e , topcoat. , au.. UM W c 11 , . Pt ; '.11411 iir 1 A ,1104 i lit k .04414. . I: . ; 4.1.141 rif A re elk 1 A E , , T ,,, MEI 9 r,, 1 i t. I ! 1) 'MI 1 r 111.-1 ---- ----:-,tk- .11. , i IT" A 1 a ''i, , ( . : : 4z , " I I n- - - - V - - r - - , 3 ADY , , , ,,, 1 WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS , 1 1 5 372-374 VV.JACKSON BLVD.At the Bridge , t , ..., , , '1.1IP..01116.1E1 :C,,IPlitet,"01111NIPPOWL - - Liattc4 sbaAisa C4444 4. Cp1444 Va 11.44,)44ca imsaaul. iPeeilitin-Anirricast At. IL. 15,3CUllil , a J. terday at his home, 24 Laurel street. C ' ah""r"7"6"."-'"a ' ' ' ds a wicked f ioil. Stutth. Swechsb-American A. A., third. HeavyweightF. Meyer. J. P. I.. fi rst: 3 . Ms death followed by a few days that f' Smith, Swedish-Ameriean A. It.. seeond; J. of his old captain and leader, Peter ' ,N Economous. Greek Olympic A. C., third. ,, , , r-, in , - INTERSTATE LEAGUE. Norton. - , us '? .: ''- r ss . ,, In . i le Interstate Baseball league will bold MISCELLANEOUS BASKETBALL. The funeral will be from the late -2rV ;.tA; ' ' r , T 12 Elv-; 8 RI) . ;re ',- '1,04- ' V'? k -2 home Tuesday morning to St Thomae mcond meeting. ot the year tonight at 1281 Alpena Independents. 23: New York Nation- 0 - . tm., . F3- pi ..,, t Illndolph street 1 RIR 1R Anilines church. ,i- LP - . 7, ..,., Retail rnOUED From Farwell Building to convenient first floor ,,-,-- , Department " daylight quarters': l ,,,, , . ,I, , ' TO 372-374 IV. JACI(S011 BLUD. lit the Bridge A.. . ,. ,. , , ti- ,, , ,....,,, , ,: ,, ,,, , 00 10" ' , Where we will be able to serve you better than ever with the Highest Qual- wiz,- , ,-. ' :- ',' -'. iir ,- , , ,, - - . ity Suits made up in the Very Latest Modes from the best all wool foreign , ,, , ,, i:,'.6 1 :;,,:,,' ,?--s- ,-, l - ,,,; - , ,,,e- .'-- wer , ,, ,, , r , - ''L ,--.)!.ii IV :44b, , ..A. s r 7 ,, '',,','r, .41:, , , 4r '''. and domestic mills, at the very Lowest Prices in the World. The savings . offered (luring our opening spring sale are even bigger. ' rs7 4 1 ,:-. , - , 4 )L - ri, , flit - . I, , i , ; LI I 6 P4 E I II El 119 S 11 P. Ela4 In Our flow LOC AT I 0 !I ct4 a ,- T 1 z ' a ..ik. i , ,. Lid , . 4 , ., --' i- it ' a I. - ., , ..... An opening sale that will be remembered a long time. Every garment ape.. . . ::...-0,, ,,,,- '' ,:-.:-:.,'......si.,...it,.... iti,zi,,,,,,,,,,,v. 11' req, x 0-, 4 ,- cially reduced to make it worth your while to come a hundred miles and buy . 4 .4-4 .. right now this week. Only a small deposit requiredwe will hold your suit -, , -- tf-,,,,. , : ,, ,,,,,, t f ' ,ien , , for Easter, but buy now and get the advantage of these amazing reductions. . , , , U , ., 41,,, 4 1 You are sure to find something to please you in our immense new stock. 4 .'s I ------,... ,, , Latest Jazz models for young men, conservative models for quiet' dressers, , N , , patch pocket styles, sport, business and dress models, all wool fabrics, both 11 Fie - 1..4114--..... '''.." 1,..' . . .:',.,,A domestic and imported and latest colors and patterns. Everything right ;...k1,1 4 , , , ,..,-z, 1 .I, ,,,,......s.,,,, i up to the minute and guaranteed to please you. -,.......,- t, - , , ,.,:, ,....00, t Come this week to our wholesale house ...... ,,y -. ,... ibil 11 ) y 4, 35 c each and buy for less than regular wholesale price. These are the biggest values .-B.1 i , ,t, ,.,,,, et: :.-.. 4 we have ever offered. -, 3for $1.00 3 1:IN .- . - LOOK at these Prices ! COME in and see our GOODS,! ? : - . I Si MONTBROOK : I 215,. SHOP BEFORE YOU BUY! M.4 rl One of the higher Ideficx Collars that features the so less band. g , o 1 1121.4-(L-"Hr,,,,,t,4:i,:,,:' . 77,- ) s 7:A--14--:ez I i $n,,,44 .0 0 (,:: a (.., I , , , CO 10 .vabl gig 01116 Lktl 8 27 . . , 0 Rs $ - ?.8855 :,' 0 . .,, . $ - 00 , . ,ei t: -4 ,i, ,, 1 II, 0 14''.,1 0 1..1t ' 2 Zhu) ' , WASN'T I THE PERFECT CUP MP . r-MRS. eLossom IS YOU GIVE I4ER 11,-.-, AND NOW SHE DOESN'T q ro -TE.1..LiNG HER I'D FOUND OUT OF COUPSE SHE THOUCHT INDASPOSED 'THIS THESE. PLEASE ,zr-1- ,ostANT TO SES ME t OA IF 7-7-- IT WAS -THE MAID AND NOT Mr ID BEEN NODPING. MAYBE HORNiN't ska- AIN'T AND TELL HER MR. 1.'-'----:----- I'D JUST KEPT MY MOUTH HER SELF "THAT LEFT THE iAtALT IS vEcZY F::-:11 'SHUT IDIOT 71-40kT :;4- REAR oF HER -dg ' SHE WA R S ICHT AT "11-111' 1 i SEEiN. NOBODY. -..-- r , ,i. SOPRy - vERY 1 . I AM I ,-.:;-.. APARTMENT I 1 - .-.. 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