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wjas found for five hits and apair of
counters. . . - . -
Once more the. Sox failed to hit
when the hingles were needed. Every
man on the team had chances to bust
the game, but Harry Lord was the
only one who could comeo-the front
in an emergency: The third, baseman
whipped out two singles and a triple.
Red Kuhn opened the fif th with a
triple, but there was no scoring.
While this slaughter was, going on
the seconds- beat San Francisco, 47
to 2. Lefty IVIogridge was tight in the
pinches and -the Coast "bunch" n'ever
had a chance at the game.
Zeider, Bddie and Fburnier were
the slapstick topj-pners.
The first team meets' Venice and
the seconds repeat-with Frisco today:.
If President Murphy can. get in
communication with-Manager Evers,
the Cubs will leave Louisville tomor
row night for Kansas-rCity," staying
there the first fourdays of next-week.
If the Ihdianapdlis ball field isn't a
young lakejat the conclusion of that
time, the Cubs will leave for the
flooded"'city, playing there Friday,
Saturday' and Sunday, thea- coming
home. ' '
It is hardly probable that.tthe- In
dianapolis field will be available in
which event the Cubs wJUcQme di-
recuy nome irom iay-:ee. x v ;
Murphy wants Catcher Jimmy Ar
cher to go to Kansas City and.; work
with the team there "for four days,,
but the backstop.'niay. get permission
to finish his training out at the Mid
way. Over an uncertain telegraph wire
we are wised to the fact that .the
Qubs beat Louisville yesterday, 16 to
0. Reulbach and Cheney pitched for
the Cubs. That's all we know about
the game. We are almight suspicious
of that wire, for it said Reulbach
had perfect control.
- The first game of the spring series'
between- the St. Louis Cards and
Browns will be played tomorrow: The
Cards passed thrqugh Chicago last
night on their way from Indianapolis,
and asked the postponement, as they
.were .too tired to' play todays 5
Joe Bergen will pom-trip White Sox
first squad 'tomorrow' and play short
in the game against Los Angeles.
Berger is a great favorite in that city,
and Cal wants to give the natives a
sight for their idol in big league togs.
Manager Tinker of the Red's has
canceled his exhibition schedule and
will take his team back to Macon,
Ga., from Chattanooga. Joe may not
take the squad into Cincinnati until
Eddie Campi and Frankie Burns,
the two crack bantamweights,, are
ready for the bell in their go 'at Tom
McCarey's Vernon Gal,, .'arena this
afternoon. The winner will go after '
a match with Kid". Williams of Balti-.
more or, Johnny Coulon, holder of
the title. - - "
WASHINGTON GETS POWERFUL
. PLAY-"DAMAGED GOODS"
. Washington, March. 28. Local so-
.ciefy women, have followed the ex
ampie of their New York sisters1 and
(subscribed ,for a " performance of
"Damaged Goods," ' Eugene Brieux'
powerful sermon on social-hygiene.
The play will bV given by "Richard
Bennett a$d his associate; players
Swire on April 6. It is expected,hat
Several members of the cabinet and
Congress will be present. " -
This is probably the most 'daring
play on this question ever presented
to an American audience. The So
ciety of Social Hygiene is warm in its
praises of the drama.
I . " rO 0
OLSON PICKS HOPKINS v FOR
." MORALS COURT
Chief Justice Harry Olson, of the
Municipal Court; yesterday an
nounced that he had selected Judge
Jacob H. Hopkins to preside over the
.new Morals-Court.- t .
Judge Olson made this decision In
view of the long experience Judge
Hopkins has had in dealing with pros
titutes and panderers while; at the-'.
South -Clark street court