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-iiickftiley78 to 4, and will meet Crane
in a three-game series for the indoor
baseball championship. Lane won on
Manager Doom of -the Phllly Na
tionals has senthis recruit pitchers,
veteran fielders .and three catchers to
Philadelphia to get in shape for the,
spring series with the Athletics. Dou
bles by Dooin and Lalonge gave the
Phillies a victdry over Durham, 5 to 4.
Spike Kejly of Chicago stopped
Jack Foreman in the.second round at
Memphis. Foreman's seconds" tossed
up the sponge, their manbeing help
less and on the ropes.
Detroit beat Mobile, 8 to 4, Dubuc
doing some good pitching for the
Frank Chance seems to have ignor
ed Hugh Fullerton's advice in arrang
ing his' regular line-up.. The P. L.
puts Cree, Daniels and Wolter in the
outfield, the "wakeful" picker having
selected Cree, Lelivelt and, Zinn". Der
rick has pulled "ahead of the other
candidates for the shortfield job.
Coach Stagg of the University of
Chicago athletie teams has returned
from his trip' south, ready to take full
charge of the Midway stars. Stagg
is boosting the return of Michigan to
the Conference, and wants to arrange
a footbalLgame for next fall between
the Wolverines and Chicago.
The Giant regulars beat Houston
in ten innings, 3 to 2. Mathewson
pitched six innings, during which
Houston scored its two runs. Gouliat,
a rookie, finished. in fast'fOrm for the
Connie Mack's Athletics shut out
"Louisville, 2 to 0, good twirling by
Bender and. Coombs featuring the
M. V. L. PICKS WEST SIDE
In telling' people how to vote; the
Municipal Voters' League favors A.
J. ,0'Donnell, Republican, in the 18th,
and Joseph Edelson, Socialist, in the
In the 18th- the M. V." L. boosts
O'Donnell, a la'wyer, knocks Gazzold,
the Hearst candidate and F. 'It.
Scheuerman, . the Progressive,
couldn't find anything against Cas
sidy, Independent Democrat, and
doesn't mention Perry, the Socialist
Cassidy happens to be business
agent of the Teamsters' Union, which
may account for the fact that O'Don
nell, the lawyer, was preferred to
Cassidy, the workingman, although
nothing- was said against Cassidy's
record "or character. O'Donnell, also,
is given a:clear bill of health.
In the 19th Edelson, the Socialist,
was preferred to Powers, Democrat,
because' Edelson-is the only candidate
Golden,. -Socialist, is preferred in
the 20th ,ward for thex same reason.
As the- V. L. puts it: "Vote for
Golden to keep Abrahams out.
Mrs. Askem Is your mother-in-law
still with you, Mr. Peck?"
Hen Peck Y-er6-sl, she's with us;
but she's never still, " ,