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No sport page would be com
plete withput mention of. a trade
for Toe Tinker. It has become a
habit to trade Joe at least once a
day. The only thing to get worked
up over today is that Miller Hug
gins of the Cards called on Mur
phy and Eevers.
Nothing was given out at the
Cub offices, after the confab.
Evers would like to secure Red
vCorriden, now with Detroit, if he
is waived out of the American
League. He is playing with the
iTigers. Corriden is the polite
gent who, two years ago, with St.
Louis, flowed Nap Lajoie to
beat out seven bunts in one after
noon, nearly nosing Ty Cobb out
f ox the batting championship.
He .has made good with the
iTigers, but may have to go be
cause pf bad feeling on' the part
of Cobb. t
According to the new owners
of the Louisvillexlub the name of
Mordecai Brown is not on their
reserve list Murphydeclared sev
eral wekks ago that he had sold
Brownie to the Colonels. Brownie
still belongs to the Cubs, but is
not happy over it.
Joe McGinnity, former iron
maij, has disposed of his Newark
team and purchased the Tacoma
club in the Northwestern League,
presided over by Fielder Jpnes.
Al Parzer received a tempor
ary setback in his chase for the
heavyweight title last night when
Tony Ross got the decision at the
end of six rounds. Palzer was
much heavier than Ross but the
latter outclassed him all the way.
Carl Morris won another-fight,
I thjs time from Cass Tarver,
known to few except his family.
At making people famous by
licking them Carl is a prize.
Leo Houck put Larry Wil
liams out in the fourth round at
Lancaster, Pa., a left hook to the
jaw doing the business.
Promoters expect no interfer
ence with the Pal Moore-Charley
White match, billed for next
Thursday night in Kenosha.
Both boys are training at local
Harry Wolverton, deposed
manager of the Highlanders, has
signed to lead Sacramento in the
Pacific Coast x League, where ie
mdae his rep.
Results irrthe 18.2 billiard tour
ney yesterday Hoppe beat Slos
som, Demarest beat Taylor, Ya
mada beat Cline and Morningstar,
Robert W. Brown, a Louisville
newspaperman and former grand
exalted ruler of the Elksr is being
pointed by President Ebbetts of.
Brooklyn to take TonxLynch's
job at the head of the National
League. Brown has become a
habit with Ebbetts...
..Dr. B. F. Roller, the Seattle
wrestler, broke a rib at Ottawa,
Can., in a bout -with Constant Le
Marin last night.
Help! Bat Nelson has beet
matched to box ten rounds witfc
Leach Gross in NeVv5 York
Thanksgiving day. New York U
the real boob town.
Minnesota or Wisconsin be
come conference cham todajj