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mer, is teaching them how down at
Put-in-Bay, 0. He won the one-mile
swim at the Perry Centennial aquatic
meet yesterday. McDermott finished
Charley Murphy, hearing that the
White Sox made some money on the
exhibition jaunt just finished, has
booked a game at Peru, 111., for
Final games in Bible Class Base
ball League today.
Heath Byford and Ralph Burdick,
Kenwood, took finals of North Cen-
trying to patch up scrap between An
napolis and West Point so that they
might continue their annual football
Charley Murphy says he has un
covered a "wonderful shortstop"
down in the Southern states and will
try to draft him.
Chicago alderman and county offi
cials will attempt to play baseball
at the White Sox park, Sept. 20.
Orville Wolfe, catcher of Rockford
team, got out of the way of a wild'
pitch and it slammed Umpire Fitz-
Ralph De Palma.
tral States' championship tourna
ment from Walter Hayes and Harold
The Futurity race will be run today
at the Saratoga, N. Y., meet.
Case of. Jess Willard, Promoter
Tom McCarey and ten others, in con
nection with death of Bull Young,
continued until next Tuesday.
Mrs. George T. St al lings, wife of
manager of Boston Braves, died' in
State officials at Washington are
Patrick. Fitz bounced Wolfe from
game and fined him $15. Then Wolfe
quit and went home to Ohio.
Garry Herrmann denies that he
used influence to stop racing at Min
Harry Vardon and Edward Ray,
the well-known English golfers, will
play Tom Vardon and Willie"'Marshall
at Onwentsia today.
When the Athletics and Giants
hook up in the world's series, which
will probably open October 6, those