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Trendall came strong in the last two
rounds, but Cross forced the fight
ing from the first gong.
Pitcher Ralph Works has been sold
by the Cincinnati Nationals to .In
dianapolis of the A. A.
The Springfield, O., club of the
Central League may be transferred
to Indianapolis on account 6f poor
support by Springfield ians".
Steve Yerkes, the Boston second
baseman, who has been out of the
game from injuries, was back in the
fray-at Cleveland this afternoon.
George Berts, picked up on the
sand lots of Cincinnati, where -he
made a rep as a pitcher, reported ta
the Reds in New York today.
That Jack O'Connor, former man
ager of the Browns, brought base
ball into disrepute in St. Louis when
the last of tb series of 1910 was
played in St Louis between the
Browns and Cleveland, is alleged in
an answer filed, to O'Connor's $5,000
Buit for salary.1
i The club allegeB that O'Connor at
tempted to aid Lajoie in his batting
race with Ty Cobb, By instructing
"Red" Corriden, then third baseman
for the Browns, to play back of his
regular position so that Lajoie could
beat out his bunts'.
O'Connor in his suit alleged he had
a, contract ta manage the Browns for
1910 and 1911 at an annual salary
of $5,000. He says he was paid his
salary for 1910, but discharged Nov.
29 of that year without cause or reason.
Some 'one ought to start a move
ment to investigate the morals pt the
gentlemen who are so shocked about
what Boss Dick Sullivan says about
the morals of Barratt O'Hara.
Secretary of War Garrison has
forbidden soldiers in the United
States army to wear darned socks or
socks with holes' in them.
Which would seem to be another
argument for woman suffrage. v
"Probing the city railway company's
books is a popular amusement that
doesn't seem to do any harm, andj
tainly dees not do any good.' "
Officer! Call a senate investigating
committee! Ida von Claussen's in
" Andy Carnegie has been photo
graphed arm in arm with a real live
lord, and he look so stuck on himself
in the picture that anyone who didn't
read the heading on it-might take it
for a piece of flypaper.
"If mothers, wives and daughters
go after a tiling they get It." From
an editorial in the Evening American.
Probably the writer was thinking ,
about these new-summer styles along
about the time he got that out o? his
Bystem. j t '
Of course, a poor manxiqesn't have
to be asked nasty questions about
why he hasn't filed notice of some
20,000,00Q worth of property.
The Tribune has come to the sad
conclusion that Julius Rosenwald is
being "hounded" because he has been
Asva reformer, Julius Rosenwald is t
our idea of anellava good business '
man, - .
The hunger strike-vaccine appears
to take a whole lot better in "Chicago
than in London. '
v Jt's a wonder that the Big Business
Of Christ's time didn't 'frame up a
ptory on Him about Mary Magdalene.
The board of assessors now is
alter -Artie Meeker Luis Swift, Ed '
Morris, James B. Porgan and Bernard
Whafsthe matter of inquiring into
the affairs of Vic Lawson, Og Ar
mour and a few other of our still bet
ter known tax dodgers.
Those crool people of Washington
don't appear to be paying any atten
tion to J. Ham Lewis and his whiskers'
at all. r-
"Save me a. sample of everything3
the patient takes," directed' the
young doctor. ''He took a kiss this
morning;" faltered the- pretty tmrse.
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