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BASEBALL ALL THE SPORT " DOPE BOXING .
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More Arrests in McCarty Death
Bums Held in $10,000 Bail.
More arrests came yesterday as a
result of Luther McCarty's death in
Calgary Saturday during his fight'
with Arthur Pelkey. Promoter Tom
my Burns, Billy McCarney, manager
of McCarty, and Referee Ed Smith
were held by the Alberta authorities,
Burns on a charge of manslaughter,
and the other two as -witnesses.
Burns' bond "was fixed at $10,000 and
that of the others at 3500 each.
Pelkey was given a preliminary
examination and entered a plea" of
not guilty. It is probable the trial
will not be held before October.
Charges were made by the authori
ties that the coroner's jury was se
lected from men favorable to Burns
and that then- verdict was biased.
Burns filed a suit for criminal libel
against a Calgary minister who de
clared from his pulpit that the affair
was murder.
A physician, acting for the defense,
declared he believed McCarty's death
was due to a blow recetvedln a form
er fight and that the slightest injury
would have caused death.
Smith and McCarney left Calgary
today with McCarty's body forPiqua,
dhio, the home of the late cham
pion's parents. McCarty's wife, who
was peeling potatoes in a' saloon res
taurant -while her husband was win
ning big purses, will'try to secure her
share of his estate.
- After winning; 17 straight games
from Eastern colleges, Yale was
beaten, 4 to 2, by TTUliams. The
Blue has lost.pnly two contests.
Willie Hoppe beat Koji Yamada,
500 to 33, in an 18.2 billiard match
at New York last night Hoppe's
average was 41 8-12.
' MISCELLANEOUS SCORES
Oakark, 6; Crane, 5
1 Lane, 13;. Schurz, 2j.
Austin, 8'WaHerjjLj(j,.. Si
Overall Strong and Cubs Back Him
Up So Long, Jones. "
RESULTS YESTERDAY
American League. '
Sox-Cleveland, rain.
Philadelphia, 8-7; Washington, 0-1.
St. Louis, 3; Detroit, 2.
Boston-New York, rain.
National League.
Cubs, Z; St. Louis, 1. ;
Boston, 1-5; New'York, 0-2.
Other games postponed, rain.
American Association.
St Paul, 5; Kansas City, 4 (10 in.).
Louisville, 9; Indianapolis, 1.
Milwaukee, 8; Minneapolis, 7.
Columbus-Toledo, rain.
Federal League,
No games scheduled.
The- Cubs are playing good balL'
This is fine weather. Tomorrow we't
may have to apologize for both of,
these statements, because of the un-:
certainty of both combinations, but
we have the dope to back up the
statements at the presenttime.
Not that we want to back them up. t
We'd rather Jbe out in some pari'
gamboling on the green. But we need
the coin.
The article of ball put up by Evei
men yesterday was good enough, to
beat any team in the National
League. They were weak at the bat,
but fielded, superbly. Al BridweH and
Heinle Zim deserve special mention.
Bridwell handled six, chances at his
stand, and one of them was a spark
ling one-handed pick-up of a-ball that
bounded badly. He covered an acre
or so of ground during the aftenoon.
Zim has never been heralded as &
world-beaiec at fielding his position,
bat he came to the front in good,
style. In the eighth with men on first
and -second he scooped Huggins'
slbw bunt in his immodest hand and
leavfed the Card manager out ath
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