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of his hitting, may get the call
over Needham if for any reason
Archer is forced out of the games.
Billy Sullivan, whom rumor
has traded and also sent to the
minors, will probably do the bulk
of the South Side catching. Sul
ly is the best man to handle
Walsh, and he knows the weak
nesses df theCub batters from
Schalk is the next choice. High
ly touted, his inexperience Will
handicap "him. He knows noth
ing of the West Side men. Cot
ter is a better batter than Schalk,
but Ray has the best whip.
Kuhn will hot be used except in
the event Sullivan and Schalk
Tomorrow the infields of the
Cubs and White Sox will be an
alyzed in The Day Book.
hear punk Witnesses
Washington, Sept 30.-The
Clapp Sehate conimittee on cam
paign contributions began its
Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr., son of
the late Republican national
treasurer, Was the first witness.
William H. Libby, a director of
Standard Oil, was the second.
Ormsby McHarg probably will be
Bliss' mind became a perfect
blank on the stand. He produced
a few letters written by 'his
father, Roosevelt or Taft. None
of them said anything definite
about campaign contributions.
Curiously, young Bliss never
heard his father mention the
names of any of the contributors ,
to the campaign funds or, i he
did, he forgot it today.
Bliss said his father ordered all
the books of the national com
mittee destroyed just before his
Sen. Pomerene grilled Bliss,
but the Witness hever admitted
one substantial fact.
Libby was a punk Witness also.
He admitted he and other Stand
ard Oil magnates Were deeply in
terested in the Fayne-Aldrich'
tariff law. He said he never saw
senators or congressmen he
wrote them letters.
Lake Charles, la., Sept. 30.
Deputy sheriffs are bejng sworn
in today because of the .likelihood
of trouble when the trial of 64
strikers for murder opens Octo
The men are striking employes
of the Galloway Lumber Co.
There was a free-for-all fight at
Gahrow July 7 between strikers
and thoes who did not sympathize
In the mix-up a water carrier
known only as Tony was shot' and
killed. No one knows who fired
the shot. All the 64 men are di
rectly charged with Tony's mur
der. Charles' Smith, leader of the
strikers, was shot and killed by a
deputy sheriff not long after the
.fight at Gahrow. The deputy,
sheriff was ,not charged with
The strikers all are members of
the Industrial Workers of the