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Jake Stahl used 18 men, but
they could make but nine hits off
Steen and Gregg.
Cleveland only made 10 hits,
but the league leaders helped out
with seven error's,
Jiggs Donohu6, former Sox
first baseman, has been taken to
the Ohio State Hospital for the
Insane from -his home in Spring
field, O. He is suffering from
melancholia. Jiggs has been de
spondent ever since his wife sued
him for divorce last winter,
Charley O'Leary, ex-Tiger, has
been deposed as manager of the
Indianapolis team of the A. A.
Charles O'Day is now boss,
O'Leary has a two-year con
tract and will probably play short.
Charley Hemphill, former Yan
kee and Brown, removed as man
ager of the Atlanta Southern
League Club, is to be used in a
trade, probably with Kansas City.
Charley may finally land back
with the Yanks.
Pacific coast admirers of Abe
'Attell are kicking because Johnny
Kilbane, the feather champ, re
fuses to fight before next fall.
When it comes to getting into a
ring often the bugs have no kick
against Kilbane. Cleveland lad
has done more scrapping since he
held the title than most first-class
mendo in a lifetime.
Ad Wolgast is a real modest
and retiring young man. He only
wants a guarantee of $46,000 for
fighting Ritchie, Rivers and Mc
Farland. Leach Cross had to extend him
self to get a shade on Tommy
O'Keefe in New York last'night.
No baseball in Chicago for two
The Chicago Printers' team
beat Louis' Bears in a slugging
match', 11 to 9. Harrison, with a
double and triple, was the batting
Lippincott got revenge on Rau,
German sprinter, at Berlin yester
day. The University of Pennsyl
vania flyer took the 200-meter
dash in easy fashion. Mel Shep
pard won the 1,000 meters, and
Ralph Rose took a first in the
Charley Cutler, wrestler, was
fined $5 yesterday for disorderly
conduct, growing out of a dispute
he had with a promoter at an
Wolfe of Carolina Association
has been sold to the Cleveland
Pontiac Juniors want games
with all teams ranging from 9 to
11 years. 'Phone Canal 4597,
Harry Sherman, manager.
Any 14-year-old team wanting
the battle of its life can get it by,
calling Kedzie 7369.
The Day Book will gladly print
challenges and scores from all
amateur teams. Send 'em in.
Her crfea are like twin violets
Her mouth is like a rose
8ut I eatft think of aty Uoom
That 1 can call her noae.
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