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"Dolan smashed sl double and three
"ingles and Huggins a double and two
Mordecai Brown only lasted five in
nings against Buffalo. Gene Krapp
tamed the SloufeTte- Hammering
Hanford got a double and triple.
Kansas City outbatted Baltimore,
but blew the game by stupid fielding.
Kenworthy poled a double and three
singles and Walsh partook of two sin
gles and a two-bagger.
Indianapolis batted three Brooklyn
pitchers for 19 hits. Cy Falkenberg
had an easy day" Jiuil, a Chicago
product, was the first Brooklyn heav
er maltreated. Kauff doubled once
and singled three times.
Crane, 6, Austin, 0.
Phillips, 6; Marshall, 0. v
Lane, 10; North Division, 3.
Lake View, 14; McKinley, 4.
Proviso, 9, University High, 8
New Trier, 6; Morton, 2.
St. Gyril, 8; St Rita, 2.
TWO UNITED STATES GOLF CONTENDERS
Chick Evans, Chicago golfer, who
won his way into the third round of
the British championship yesterday.
Herreshoff won his second match ihi