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ner -will 'probably be given a chance
at Joe Rivers when he returns from
the east; Rivers already holds one
knockout over Brown in ten rounds.
Jersey City beat Frank Chance's
Yanks in the first of a series of prac
tice games in Bermuda yesterday.
Chance's pitchers performed well,
but his infield lacked class "without
Christy Mathewson is slated "to
pitch' his first game of the year
against Austin Tex., league team, this
afternoon. In the next few games
McGraw will make his decision as to
whether Fletcher or Shafer is to be
the .regular Giant shortstop.
Manager Birmingham of Cleveland
used 18 players to defeat Toledo, 7
to 3, at Pensacola, Fla. Birmy was
stuck on the pitching of Nick Cullopl
his new southpaw.
Two University of Minnesota stu
dents have- been suspended for three
years for scalping tickets in ihe Min-,
nesota-Chicago football game last
Garry Herrmann and Ban Johnson
can learn something from the Minne
The University of Wisconsin has
under consideration the .erecjion of
a million-dollar stadium at Madison.
Plans will be.discussed at the alumni
meeting in Chicago tonight.
has been matched to' meet Jack Reed
in a ten-round go at Long Island
City Monday night. '
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Constable Hi, there,- sir, what's
, the trouble?' Brown I'm hie look
ing for my umbrella. Gon stable
Why; man, you've got it in your
hand!" Brown Thanksh! If you
hadn't told me I'd gone hie 'ome
without it! ; y
Diner Is it customary to tip the
waiter in this restaurant? Waiter
Why ah yes, sir. Diner Then
hand me a tip. I've waited three
quarters of an hour for that steak. I
Vincent Anthony Troinski, 49,
baker, 553 W. Polk St., found
strangled" to death in front of his
home early today. Necktie bound
around hi&neck.rjBelieved murdered.
Five persons injured, two may die,
in fire which destroyed garage in
rear of 46-48 E. Oak St., early today.
$25,00 loss. Gasoline, explosion.
Two women implicated by Owen
Cohn.-San Francisco burglar, in his
confession were arrested late yester
day: Were Mrs. Kate J. Pope, arrest
ed in Detroit, and Mrs. Mabel Glark
son, arreste'd in Milwaukee as she
was boarding a train for Chicago.
Says she wants to come back here
with Her family.
Owners of the photograph estab-
IJshment of Jackson & Semmejweyer,
44 S. Wabash av., decided yesterday s
that it was too cold for Venus to
lookout without clothes on. Dressed
her up in latest fashions and stuck
her in window. Were kidding po
lice for arresting them for display
ing picture of "September Morning."
Auto thieves broke into garage of
E. M. Carey,- 2735 Michigan av.
Stole small parts, then smashed two
autos, valued at $3,000 each. 'Third
time within year.-
Several hundred counterfeit dol
lars found in sewer in front of 1236
Macedonia st. " "
David Anderson, 945 N. Park
av., and Mildred Guterson, 3, 943 N.
Park av., went to Oak Park police
station and told desk sergeant they
wantedf to get married. David said
he was afraid the girl was going to
move away from him and he wanted
to be with her. Just then her dad
arrived, All off.
Michael Kopielecki, 553 Cornelia
it, fined $5 and costs for hitting
Peter-Opiela, 1317 Crittenden St., a
man about twice his size.
Enough shamrocks for iO.CCO have v
Louis Benett, Jewish" junk dealer.