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his batting eye when he was forced
out of the game, and Tinker had been
pasting the pill with vim.
Another of the new teams debuts
,fin the North Side today, Doe Gessler
being billed to appear with his train
'of Pittsburghers. Gessler's gang. is
in last position, and they should fur
nish the locals the means of climbing
into the first division.
Cleveland tied the Browns in the
ninth' round by a triple steal engi
neered by Graney, Olson and Carisch.
Neither side could score thereafter,
though the Browns loaded the bases
in the 12th. Baumgardner went the
distance for St. Louis. Mitchell, Gregg
and James worked for the Naps.
Shotton got three of the five Brown
Hey, Brownie, have a heart! Ward
Miller busted a triple with two on that
helped the Sloufeds beat Buffalo. Bob
Grodm Outpitched Earl Moore. Brid
well got a double and single.
Walker passed five men in the first
inning and gave Indianapolis five
' runs. After that Pittsburgh outplayed
the home team, but it was too late.
Harter was hit 14 times by the Pifeds.
Lewis got a triple and two singles and
McDonald a double and two singles.
Henning blew in the, 11th, and a
walk, error, single, double and triple
gave the Tip Tops four .runs. Cooper,,
former Giant, got three hits. Steve
Evans maced a double and single.
Kruger of Kay See got two doubles
and a single. . . (
Chief Meyers has signed a three-year-contract
with the Giants.
First Baseman Hal stein has been
sold to Montreal by the White Sox.
Oak Park, 4; Morton, 4 (13 in.).
LaGrange, 5; New Trier, 4.
De La Salle, 8; SL Ignatius, 1.
SL Rita, 17; St. Cyril, 5.
Eddie Campi outpointed Young Fox
in ten rounds at New York. The coast
man took every round easily, and
astonished the fans by his cleverness.
Francis Ouimet took 166 in the
Golf Illustrated gold vase competition I
in England yesterday, finishing 14th.
Harold Hilton won the event with a
score of 151.
MAHONEY HAD INTENDED TO
KILL THREE BIG MEN
New York, May 1. Testifying be
fore the commission investigating
the mental condition of Michael P.
Mahoney, who attempted to assassin
ate Mayor Mitchell two weeks ago,
Dr. Gregory, alienist of the Bellevue
Hospital, declared. Mahoney had told
him he had intended to kill three
other prominent men and once
made an unsuccessful attempt to as
sassinate Andrew Carnegie.
Dr. Gregory said Mahoney suffer
ed from "systematized, boastful and
egotistical senile delusionary insanity
for the past thirty years."
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