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game now and then. He will be
needed later in the season if Ed
Walsh does not develop into a win
ner. The Giants took a firmer grip on
first place by murdering the Phillies,
getting 17 hits off of four of Dooin's
star pitchers. Marquard held the
Phils to four safeties. Herzog and
Murray of the Giants each got two
doubles and a single. Brennan of the
Phillies, who hit McGraw in the jaw
Monday, was on the field, as was the
Giant leader. McGraw's ear was
done up in bandages. There was no
demonstration from the crowd.
Benton was the whole show for
Cincinnati. He held the Cards safe
and punched a triple and two singles.
Bob Bescher poked a single, double
and triple. Cincinnati got 17 hits off
of Griner and Steele.
Boston whaled Curtis in the fourth
inning for five runs, enough to beat
Brooklyn. Rudolph yielded as many
hits as Curtis, but kept them sep
arated. Titus and McDonald were
the batting stars.
The Athletics won a pitchers' bat
tle from the Yanks, but Chance pro
tested the game. In the fourth in
ning Borton beat a scratch hit, Bar
ry hitting Umpire Dincen in an at
tempt to throw to first. This allowed
Hartzell to score. Dineen sent' the
runners back. Cree of the Yanks got
three hits. Houck pitched better ball
than Fisher or McConnell.
Washington and Boston each used
three pitchers, but Griff's hurlers
fared the best. Washington won in
the ninth when Williams tripled with
three gn and scored on a sacrifice
fly. Hooper of the Red Sox whaled
a triple and two singles. Seventeen
men were used in the Washington
Joseph Bell, University of Mich
igan outfielder, has signed a contract
with the St. Louis Browns.
Outfielder Booe has been sent to
St Paul by Pittsburgh. '
Lee Tajinehill, old White So in-
fielder, has been purchased by Min
neapolis from Kansas City.
Jack Dillon finished training today
for his 10-round bout with Bill Mc
Kinnon in Indianapolis tomorrow
night. The pair went to a draw last
TODAYS OLYMPIC PROGRAM
2:30 p. m. Intercollegiate track
meet; first five events of decathlon;
4 :30 p. m. Drill by cavalry troops
under command of Capt. Ben Lear.
8:30 p. m. South Side Sunday
School Baseball League relay race;
wrestling; weight lifting; tug of war;
moving pictures and fireworks; ex
hibition of cowboys.
KILL THE MOSQUITO
Let the dragon flies and the leather
wings and the bats protect you from
That sounds like a strange sort of
statement. What have these flying
things to do with malaria you may
Nothing at all, directly. But they
may have quite a good deal to do
with it indirectly. Perhaps you know
that there are certain flying things,
as there are certain fish, which live
on other animal food.
Dragon flies, bats, bullbats and
leather wings are mosquito killers.
And mosquitoes are breeders of
malaria. So that's the connection
between the flying things .and the
prevention of malaria. The more of
these useful flying things there are
around the better chance that the
mosquito will lessen his number.
Of course, there are all sorts of
ways in which the mosquito can be
kept away from a district or a town.
We all know that it is wise to
Be rid of all small or large pools
of stagnant water.
Slope irrigating or drain ditches
Keep buckets, barrels, cisterns and
old tin cans free from standing water.
It's high time to have the busy lit
tle mosquito in mind and get bin
out of th community,