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Brooklyn made three home
rims, Hummel, Northen and
Wheat contributing them.
-V Boston Nationals Have pur
chased Shortstop Maranville of
the New Bedford club of the New
Boston Nationals are on the
verge of disruption. Hub Per
due, star pitcher, who started yes
terday's game, was suspended by
Manager Kling and told to go
home. Perdue tore. Up his uni
form. Perdue is dissatisfied with
his salary, and complains of over
work. Cleveland has sold Neal Ball to
Boston Red Sox. In 1910 Ball,
playing with Cleveland, made an
unassisted triple play against
Rumored that waivers have
been asked on several other Nap
players. -Davis claims the men are
not doing their best. He will fill
places of many vets with rookies.
Del Howard, the former Cub,
last year- manager of Louisville,
has been sold to San Francisco by
StPauk , 'i '' . . '
r Outfielder Moran of 'Brooklyn
; is serious'ly'ill with blood poison'
Tigers' goirig bad,
there is a rumor out of Detroit"
that Jennings irtay be released at
the end of the sedson when his
' contract expires.
- American Olympic athletes left
-.Antwerp" today for Stockholm.
Ryan, the marathone!, is improv
ing, and Mike Murphy expects to
haveliim in shape to start the big-
George Boillot, a Frenchman,
mg. ' .
won the Grand Prix of trig Auto
Club of France. Wagner was sec
ond. Bruce Brown and De Palma
were disqualified for an infraction
of the rules. Brown had a big lead
when he was withdrawn.
Wisconsin is conceded a good
chance to win the big boat race at
Poughkeepsie Saturday. Stanford
is showing good form. Cornell is
a favorite in the betting, with Co
lumbia picked to show.
Mike Gibbons of St Paul
whipped Joe Stein in New York
last night At the end of the 10th
round Stein's face was battered
to a pulp.
For the benefit of the few who
thought there might be some
thing in that talk of Gov. Mc
Donald of New Mexico stopping
the Johnson-Flyrtn impending
slaughter, it is sprung in several
different ways by press agents,
that the governor will not inter
fere. Entry blanks are out today for
kthe second annual ten-mile run of
the Illinois A. C. The run will he
.held in Grant Park July 13. Med
als will be awarded the winners.
Harry Steinfeldt, ex-Cub third
baseman, has been made manager
.of the Meridian team Of the Cot
ton States League.
"What does this mean, Sam?"
said Judge Brown to the prisoner,"
producing two razors, one a safe
ty, the other a straight back
"Lofdy, judge, don't you all
know? Dat safety is fur shavin',
suh, but de udder am fur social