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muffed a fly that gave Detroit its
only run and to make up for it head
ed two batting rallies with singles
and crossed the pan twice. Bert had
a hand in every run scored by both
teams. Hamilton outpitched Lake,
four hits to eight Thirty-six assists
were made by the two teams, Bush
and Lavans, the shortstops, getting
Tony Caponi has returned home
from Winnipeg and claims he was
given the decision in his fight with
Freddie Hicks. Early reports said
Hicks had won on an unintentional
foul Before the match the two pugs
were arrested and put under bonds
not to engage in a prize fight. This
would be a useless formality in the
case of some alleged scrappers. They
never give a prize fight.
Matt McGrath, the New York cop
per, broke the record for the 16
pound hammer throw with a toss of
188 feet 7 inches in the Tailten
games at Gaelic Park yesterday.
Knights of Columbus won the meet
with a. score of 55 points. Illinois A.
C. was second and Chicago A. A.
TO TAKE PLACE OF FORMER U. S. ATTY. McNAB
Matt I. Sullivan, who will be spe
cial prosecutor in the Western Fuel
and the Camninetti-Diggs white slave
cases. Sullivan achieved fame in the
Ruef case, after Francis Heney was
shot by an assassin.
Thos. H. Hayden, former mefnber
of the Board of Education of San
Francisco, who was recently appoint
ed U. S. district attorney, northern
district of California, to take the
place of John L. McNab, resigned.