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National League this year. He held
New York to a 2-to-2 tie yesterday
in 12 innings. Seatoh has pitched ,30
innings this season' and' yesterday
was the-first timehe has beenscored
upon. Tesreau and Wiltse pitched ,
for New Yorkj Lud'erus' home run
finishing the former in the second
round. Wiltse pitched great -ball.
Burns"-of the.Giatits made a-double .
andthree singles; - r "
Lucky Pittsburgh. Perritt of 'the
Cards "held the Pirates,' to, two hits,
. but they; were bunehed in the'sevtmth
and scored the -only run-of the game. '
St Louis'smade five hits: off- Gamnifz.
. Brooklyn polled ujjjhits on Per-
flue and GerVais, winning easily from
Boston. Curtis, a former'Cub, heaved
for the Dodgers. Wheat, of .Brooklyn
got two .doubles .and a.-,single. Kirke
of-.Boston whaled two two-baggers.
y Oak Park, 12; Lane, '6. -
Lake view, 12; Carl Schurz, 4:
North Division, 10; Proviso, 6.
Wendell Phillips, 6; Englewood, 4.
Marshall, 13; McKinley, 1.
St. Rita, 16; St. Stanislaus, 8.
Cathedral, 16; De La Salle, 3.
Armour, 3; Chicago University, 2.
Northwestern, 10; Lake Forest, 6.
Illinois, 5; Arkansas, 3.
Note to basebatt writers Why not
call Detroit the Tyless -Tigers.
Carl Morris, once touted as a white
hope, is" credited with a knockout of
a'guyrnamed Kingdon Belmont in the
third round at St Louis last night.
The bout was more5 like a wrestling
match, and' exhaustion caused- the
Belmont party to collapse.
George Kumpf hung-up a new rec
ord of 7i2 pins in the singles of the
national' tournament at Rochester.
An X-ray picture. will be taken of
Cy FalkenbeYg's arm,-to discover if
anyrbones were'busted in the Cleve
land pitcher's flipper by a ball which
hit him last wek. ?
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One;must' be poor to; knowthe
luiury of. giymgeorgtBUoti3eL'
CHILDREN-STILL ON STRIKE
AGAINST IMMORAL SUPT
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 23. It was
believed that 'the action, of the school
board in appointing a committee of
ministers' and'pbmineht' citizens'; to
prpbelnto charges against Superin
tendent S. L.,Heefeiy would break the
cTiudreifs strike. - ,
Hundred of the children, however5,
"have' declared'that they' will remain'
out. of .school until Heeter is ousted
from officer '
'The charges against Heeter, fol
lowing his sTcquittal on the charge of
Ethel Fisher, were made by a local
newspaper. On thelast day of the
Heeter trial Assistant District Attor
ney Martin attempted to introduce
certain testimony offered by former
school employes, but the judge ruled
out the evidencer The probing'com
mittee will ipvestigate these chargesy
NEW SECRETARY OF PAPAL :
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