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Today the first sauad is in Yuma?
' Ariz., for a game, the seconds, going
to Reno All of the. married men are
with the first team. They were afraid
to chance the Reno trip.
In the firstgame of the St. Louis
city series the Browns , beat the
Cards, 4 to 3. Weilman was stung for
three runs in the first inmne by the
Cards. Prom then until the seventh
he pitched great ball, giving way to
Baumgardrie'r, ytho also blanked the
Nationals.- Sallee' pitched, for the
Cards and -was hit hard. Stovall and
Pratt were the batting stars. Twen
ty-eight thousand people saw the
game, indicating that the inhabitants
of the southern city could even see
some good in the Chicago street car
Rube Marquard .pitched five in
nings for the Giants against Mobile
. and yielded two hits. The Giants won,
10 to 1.. , ,
Red Dooin used, his flashy 'recruit,
Marshall, against Baltimore and the
Phillies won, 6 to 0. Marshall allowed
only two hits. Lobert, Knabe and
Cravath did some tall batting for the
Jake Stahl's world's champions will
play four, "games with the University
of Illinois, beginning Wednesday.
Games scheduled for Friday and Sat
urday in Cincinnati were canceled.
Athletics 6, MontgomeryO.
j Detroit 10, Memphis 0.
. Giant Recruits 10, Dallas 7.
.New Orleans 3, Cleveland 1.,
Semi-pro baseball, was started yes
terday with a 6-to-6 game between
theiGunthers and a team of all stars.
Cincinnati has signed Butch Dun
ton, who .pitched 'last year in the
Northern Indiana League:
Jimmy Archer will continue" to"
work out with the Chicago University
ball squad at the Midway. The Cub.
, .catcher has dropped some-of his sur
plus poundage, and is shooting the
ball to second accurately in practice.
Matty Mclntyre, who "refused to,j
sign, with', San Francisco, has .hooked
up with Providence 'Of the Interna
Railway men in Great Britain are
getting down, to business. All in one
union now. Some sense to that.
One set of union men there won't
be at work while another set .is on
strike-as we ck) in this land of. the
free .and home of the brave.
B'nai B'rith, big Jewish organiza
tion, meets in, Washington this week..
WJ11 consider plan of Julius Rosen
wald to pension Jewish widows with
dependent children. Why not also
consider low wages of ' dependent
In Comment on Saturday it was
written this way: Elks are real peo
ple. But it appeared this, way: Elks
"are rear people. Guess the proofreader-
wasn't an Elk.
Also, J. Ham Lewis' political pants
were kindly made political parts
whatever they are. 'But what's the
Speaking of those other two arbi
trators who beaned' the street car
men, Judge Kickham Scanlan did
kick 'em some. It was coming to
Supreme Judge Carter probably
never went up against the high cost
of living in Chicago.
It seems dead easy to hold men
down to a wage that means a bare
existence, and darned har,d to stop
steel railway plutes from getting big
dividends on millions of watered
Sometimes, we get very tired. of
supreme judges. They get top much
of their knowledge of life out. of
musty law books.
As for Fleming well, he was only
earning his salary and wasu t ex
pected to think. And he lived up to
Tomorrow the people will exercise
tiieir right as free citizens of a great