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Campbell of the Hoosiers tripled with
the bases full. Kaiserling held the
Kaws to seven hits.
George Chief Johnson,. Winnebago
Indian pitcher of the Cincinnati Reds,
has hopped to the KansasCity team
of the Federal League. He was hand
ed $3,000 cash advance money,, and
will sign a three-year contract at $5,
000 per season. Johnson was peeved
at Manager Herzog of the Reds, who
-.fined him $100 for being out of con
dition. The usual threats of court fights
are being made, and Garry Herrmann
-says he will prevent Johnson per
forming with the Feds. Johnson says
he has jumped to stay put, and will
not be a secondXefty Hamilton, who
'left the Browns for the Kaws one day
and returned the, next.
Johnson is a good pitcher, and was
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Joe Manqot, Who Fights Matty McCue in Racine l onight,